The Florida star
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075901/00150
 Material Information
Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: May 9, 1889
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
notis - AKR0018
lccn - sn 96027111
System ID: UF00075901:00150
 Related Items
Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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Cocoa. him again securely established on Indian :I Melbourne. We must: refer once more to the :MayDay : Con ill y Court.

Cocoa -en yed (?) a real norther last River. Cocoa is happy and feels that Heavy wind Saturday and Sundayagood Regatta, and then will drop it until Hon. ".. S. Xorwood has introduced a

.. she will no longer be a way-station, but double-reef breeze. next year. First, the General Committee bill in the Legislature to establish a
Monday in will soon be the leading commercial town Secretary and Treasurer ought to be County Court in Brevard In order
O- K. Wood spent Mrs.:: R. W. Goode and family left for county ..
of Indian River. While the trip was: highly complimented for their untiring that readers be posted to
lle. Chicago, Sunday, where Mr. ItT Goode our may :
r;r usv Bolton left on Tuesday for strictly a bushes one, it was full of I had preceded them. I efforts to make the affair a success, who, the nature of this court, we quote the

BeL.James Fcrnandina.Mr. pleasure to the above-named gentlemen, amid many doubtless and manifold discouragement Constitution and law :

SOS; .:a Tsit; of two weeks at as it was the first opportunity they 11'ehad :lfessrs.A. R. and Harry Hodgson have I labored with unflagging "Article VI, Sec IS-Cou>titution:

John Eberwcin left Cocoa Saturday of spending any time on our beautiful also gone north for the summer. We wonder I zeal. Did a deficiency occur? '"I'll The Legislature may organize in such

on the Banana River.Afternoon .. Indian if ---? counties as it think County
for bis place Uh.er.Injor Cecil, by his give so much" says= Mr. Wilder ; "I so may proper

-hIrt services took place at St. elegant manners and pleasant disposition, :\ :tIlIlIr:: .I. Woodruff and Mrs.Woodruffs ". much" says Mr. Hector ; and so on Courts, which shall have jurisdiction of
I all cases: at law in which the demand or
fire Episcopal Church on Sunday. has won the respect and admiration of sister i started, on Tuesday through, and in less than three minutes value of the property involved shall not
3hD rr. W. Wilson, of Courtney, made aVisit I all with whom he has come in contact. morning for their summer home at I ithe money was paid and all was clear. exceed five hundred dollars, of Proceedings -

: his grove, at Kau Gallic. thisweek. As to the popular Captain Shaw, his Salem, Ohio.Captain I Many thanks arc due to :Mr.: G. 'V.I relating to the forcible entry or unlawful -
detention of hinds and tenements,
visit was like the return of a ]long-lost Liner Ro edale nurseries Tillman for
and Mrs. Wilder attended the I : and of misdemeanors, and final appellate

J. M. Sanders left, this week, for brother. Everybody seeing to kno\\' him ; May Day Ball, and at its close repairedon I the beautiful
Mr Ga. where he will spend a in fact, there is scarcely] a person on Indian i- board the Rockledge. Next morning ton. The elegant banks and tablets of courts of Justices of the Peace. The tri

))0. Savannah, River who has not, at !some time, made they started for their summer home in flowers were !given and arranged; by him. als of such appeals may be de nova at the

fortnight. trip on the lovely St. John's under his Chicago. Cola tliIiIns, roses, amaryllis, Easter lilies option of appellant.i The County Judge
the and Mr W. Sharpe, of City hall be the Judge of said court. There

x: >a. Captain Cocoa by their care and on his beautiful steamer, Cityof Messrs.:; C. J. Hector, X. Downey and ,( carnations and many other greenhouse shall be elected by the qualified electorsof
ded Point, brightened Jacksonville. These gentlemen are Chas. H. Farran left on the St. Lucie, : pet (raised in the open air, May said county, at the time wlu'nid

ent on Monday. loud in their praise of the kindness: and Farran ht) were most tastefully displayed i Judge elected, a prosecuting attorney
the final
l fr. H. S. List, Merritt, left for his encouragement Jhey have received at perfected forming a maze of bewildering beauty.Mr. for said county, who shall hold office for
homestead and then
proof on proceeded four YlarHis duties and compensationshaft
in Maine: Monday, but the hands of the ,
summer home hospitable people of : Idner is: a talented professional a? Such
be law.
; to visit:; relatives and parents at Cin- prescribed by courts:

return in the fall. Indian River : cinnati, Ohio. well as an enthusiast in floriculture and may be abolished at the pleasure of the

rillDIr.. 0. K. Wood is having nice>o- I floral arrangement. The quantity of Legislature."
Earn Gallic. Mrs. S.1.. Beach'and :\Iiss1.. E. The Acts of the Legislature, 1SS7,
walk laid-in front of his residence, flowers, and the work of decoration were
quina Quantities of tomatoes are being ship Beach depart this: week for their home at I Page 1)8.) Sec. 5-'The County Courts of
, Postoffice is also improved by uiidcwalk. furnished gratuitously hyrr.. Idner. State
' and the ped from this point. Home, X. Y. These ladies have made I the several counties of this shall be
7 We hope it will not be deemed invidiousto held four terms in such year in their respective -

who Mr. X. Henry Adams spent last Sab- many warm friends here, who fondly mention part where all did so well. counties, at the Court House of
Wood and family,
Mr. Albert bath day in Eau Gallic. hope the benefit derived will induce I the county for which court is held and at
All ]labored for and
success, are more
4IT. tare spent the winter here accompaniedby them to return again and again to spend such time as may be prescribed by law

1 by .A die Wood, of Cocoa, will start Well done, Capt. George, of the Rosie. their winters, at least, with us. than gratified at the result A partyfrom I creating and establishing such court

for the North the last of this week. Next time a little ]less sail and ballast, up river, landing from the steamer I Section 9-All persons tried in the

will show even a better time record and The steamer St. Lucie stopped at Rockledge, were accosted by an acquaintance County Court for any criminal offence
)D G. H. Fernald, of Sanford, Fla., shall be tried, indictment, by a
not quite so damp a crew. Goode's= wharf, Sunday morning, and with, "Hello Where did you come upon
nd Cocoa two or three days last week grand jury, or upon information filed by
ffssin ; took a good number of I passengers Mr. from ?'' "From the picnic." "Have a
business matters with the The Steamer Kathleen was! laid up for i the prosecuting attorney of said court,

le. settling up firm of and Tay- the summer on Saturday last, Messrs. H. D. B. Grubb, wife and two children were good time ?" "Splendid Xever had a etc.
new hardware U. and A. R. Hodgson leaving by the of the number, on their way to Chatta- better. We got there long after dinner, I "Section 10 provides that twelve jurors

lor. hoochee Fla. where :Mr.: Grubb work : shall be drawn from jury box and return -
but theimmediatelv
steamer St. Lucie Sunday last for Du- purposesto went to to If
made in the Circuit Court.
Methodist Sunday School lull'sifi = i as
The engage-in the business of fruit culture such
m luth, Minn. get us something. never saw a Section 14 provides a prosecuting attorney -

was largely attended on Sundaymorning and general farming.We place and such people ; why, they could I who shall prosecute all cases be-
R Mrs. Stewart mother of Mrs. John
h. last. It is flourishing finely, not get enough; for us ; they just filledus fore the County Court and sign all information -

h. and new members come in at each meet- Houston has been quite ill, but is now noticed many familiar faces present and such coffee-and wouldn't filed in said court by him and do

d. somewhat recovered. Capt. Houston, at the May Day festivities, from up; and perform all duties required of a pros-

h. ing.The her son-in-law, stopped off the St.; Lucieto Titusville, City Point, Cocoa, Rockledge, take a nickle for anything. "How did ecuting attorney.

b. Little Blossie, with Mr. Booth; see her Sunday last. Brantley and Tropic, and about all the you like the grounds?" "The best on Section 15-The prosecuting attorney '

liu wife and Mr. Baldock on board,arrived residents of Eau Gallie there. The I the river ; room for two thousand shall be paid four hundred dollars per
afternoon On Friday last the :Messrs.: Hodgson's were annum and five dollars for each conviction -
ai. at Cocoa on Tuesday people ; couldn't be any better any-
whole river in
fact well
Kathleen carried was represented. all of said sums to Ge paid by the
a happy party "
after a most pleasant cruise of a week. i Malabar have been where. "How was the regatta ? "The "
depopulated. county.
out of the Eau Gallie River under the
finest I The best sheet of
Mrs. Booth's health was greatly improved ever saw. From the above law it will be seen
care ofJ r. Jno. E.1.:: Hodgson, for a
by the water on the river for a race. am go-
voyage. that Minor\ S. Jones would become
The brush! fires seem to be extinguished Judge
cruise on the Banana and Indian Rivers
The Cocoaites, who attended the Regatta at last. Beside the buildings burned ing to take in the dance, and if they Judge of this court."Te learn that Mr.
On board were noticed the young friendsof : have another and I
and Ball Melbourne, picnic next year am Jas. M. Sanders is candidate for the of-
May Day. a
: Miss Florrie Hodgson from Eau Gal- timber destroyed, etc., we hear that the I "
alive I'll be there bet. Others
are enthusiastic over the entire affair. pines on of Mr. Gibbs' place and I you fice of prosecuting attorney. Should the
lie. Shortly after leaving the landingthe part well but not
were equally pleased, quite
- Everyone enjoyed themselves thoroughly steamer was boarded by Mrs. Campbell also those of Mr. C. II. Barker were in- Legislature establish this court, the Gov-
enthusiastic and theIelbourneite
2.DJ to have another such delightful so exuberantly would until the next elec-
hope ernor appoint
jured. C. J. Hector's place suffered
Mrs. Beach, Miss Allen, Miss Beach : :\ :; are satisfiedwith their success -

II May Day next year. and Messrs. Charles Allen and Willie worst of all, his Porto Rico pineapplesand and is tion.This
The Manatee arrived at Cocoa last Campbell, of Melbourne. The steamer bearing orange trees being badly U. D'Oxoiiu. court has jurisdiction up to $500,

Saturday, and remained here three or then proceeded up the Banana River, scorched in spots. His beautiful placeof and all suits to that amount will have to

four days while the large lot of lumber where dinner was served, after which St. Kilda is badly injured by the cul- Lake \V o."th. be brought in said court. The jurisdiction -

was being unloaded for the building of pable of laborers who of Justice Courts would be reducedto
the afternoon was spent visiting some of carelessness were Weather dry.

the new drug store which Dr. Hughlettand the truly tropical places of Tropic. expressly! told not to try to burn brushin $50, and appeals therefrom to said ,
Tomato about harvested.The .
Dr. Daniels will occupy. such high wind, hardly five minutes crop County Court are final.
Services in the Baptist church at Eau .

11 11 Mr\ : and Mrs. G. Mattbams, of Eng- Gallie Sunday next. The Rev. S. F. before they did so. There should be steamer Lake Worth is laid up for Picnic at the Ilaolo\ cr.

11 land, were guests of the Peck House for Gove will preside. All are cordially in- some way to severely punish such the season.
11 conduct.On The Bessie B. is in from Jacksonville To the Editor of the Florida Star:
a a few days last week. Mr. Matthams isis vited to attend. Sabbath school will invitation of
By Capt. Paddison and
1 an amateur photographer, but he suc- at 10 TRUTH. Monday afternoon of last week with a full cargo.
1 open a. m. the 27th ult.
family, on Saturday, a
cceded in obtaining some very fine pho- drilling began on the well which Captain Some of our winter visitors: seem to
party, consisting of G. M. Robbins and
1, tographs of the scenery around Cocoa A. Depressed Reform. Wilcox is having put down at Melbourne linger in the lap of summer.
wife, Mr. and Mrs. Schell, Mr. Ed Miller,
and Rock Ledge. Civil-Ser- Beach. Wednesday night a little Hardin and children
The annual meeting of the Mrs. Arthur arrived Miss Lena Gardner, Miss Kate Prichard,

Could a candy drummer be called a vice Reform Association, held on Wednesday over one hundred feet in depth had been April 27th from Atlanta, Ga. Miss Lulu Dixon, Miss Ethel and Master

""sweet man ?' Cocoa enjoyed a visit in this city, was not characterizedby achieved. About noon, Saturday, the Wilbur Hendrickson is carrying the Eddie Rumph, made a most enjoyable -

from one this week in the shape of Mr. cheerfulness. The address of Mr. white flag at the apex of the derrick, mail on the lake now in the sailboat Ar- trip to the Haulover for a day's fishing -

A. H. Steere, who is traveling for his Curtis was devoted to exposing the fail- and the Stars and Stripes waving from thur. and picnic. The party arrived in

own house in Jacksonville. Mr. A. B. ure of President Harrison to keep his the flagstaff of Myrtle Cottage, announced -
Our tomato growers state that this sea- good spirits; and, after partaking of a
Floyd, another tourist from and the general tenor to the watchers on this side that a
commercial campaign pledges, son's crop has averaged them about $3 a bountiful dinner on board the steam-

Jacksonville, was in Cocoa last week. of the proceedings was to the effect that flow had been obtained. We" have not crate, net-that is, clear profit to them dredge Chester, which was kindly placedat

Cocoa is always a delightful place, butt the workers for the cause had very littleto yet been "officially notified, but are over and above all expenses. the disposal of the party by Captain
informed that the is
; is not half and show for their labors. creditably water Hallman the entire armed with
r so bright enjoyableBOW East side land that could have been party,
The comfort was derived from good, pure water, with a little sulphurousodor I
as it was before the departure on principal I three for $100 an acre fishing-tackle and a full outfit of bathing
but salt feared years ago
not as was mightbe
of both the
Monday,May Cth, of Mr. and l\Irs.l\1. J. the fact that the platforms the owners are not anxious to take $300 suits, proceeded to the Lagoon, where
the case. The water is said to rise toa I
Pipher for Berlin Wis. Our people will great parties continue to declare in favor each and everyone for himself began fish-
acrfor and the railroad,
to-day, yet
height of fifty feet above the surface, I an I
-welcome them warmly again next sea- of the Reform. This was taken to signifythe and flows minute. Other I with its boom, has not struck the lake.I I ing in earnest. And right here let us
337J gallons
lOn, as they are so genial and pleasant.The growth of a public sentiment in the per say that no better place for fishing can
1 direction which would eventually wells will soon follow on the peninsula.Mr. Services at the Episcopal church the
topic of general and interest desired II be found on the Indian river. After
greatest the C. J. Hector, we believe, intends to morning of April 27th, Rev. J. X. Mul-
for the past few days has been the produce its effect. Waiving question I fishing until they were tired of haulingin
methods of the put one down on his St. Kilda place. I ford officiating, and preaching at the
the profess-
visit of Major George Cecil general as to whether the large trout and sailors' choice, the
Reformers have been Then look out for big pine-apples. Our school house by Rev. A. B. Dillev. Sun-
: of the DeBary Line of Steamers ional Civil Service whole party betook themselves to their
ual with Mr. Durst school the west side also on the
first ca meeting was day on ,
there is certainly a deeper- I
2aptain W. A. Shaw, of the steamer Cityof well chosen, bathing suits and such a frolic in the
when his outfit was small the afternoon of the same day.
the abuses of the years ago -
< Jacksonville seated feeling against the will seldom
of be
of the same line, and I waters Lagoon seen
Captain than ever before, : motive power being supplied by a mule. Judge Thomas A. Poole left for his
R. P. Paddison. This distinguishedpa appointive power again. Evening coming on, we all re-
manifestation Being gifted with English persistenceand Northern of the State
rty arrived by steamer Rock- though there is so little oflicial home in the part paired back to the Chester, where Capt.
I Yankee ingenuity and mechanical the 2d. He this of the coun-
led8eon. of it. on says
Hallman had
Saturday and prepared a sumptuous
proceeded at once I supper
'to IdkeToinsett How long it will take this feeling to tastes, he has added to and improved his try beats the world on raising tomatoes which
to view the ground was most heartily partaken of
prefatory results in practical politics is a gear until he has one of the most power- for all that is done is to set out the plants
to building the iron tramway produce by the entire party. After supper Capt.
from that point to Cocoa to connect their very interesting problem. Just at pres- ful and complete outfits in the State. and before we know it the tomatoes are Hallman insisted on our remaining all

line of steamers with the ent there is an apparent retrogression.The I Noticing some clearing in progress on fairly rolling cut faster than they can be night, saying he would make us com
. Independent
.. fortable. The ladies consulted togetherand
line to be established on Indian River. next wave upon which the cause will the low land between Mr. S. F. Gibbs' picked. agreed to remain and make the picnic

Vu* people are highly delighted with the be carried forward, we take it, will be a I II I house and Front street we made some Ned Brown, son of David Brown, one complete, provided they could get

( aspect of having this old and popular stronger one than that represented by I inquiries of Mr. Gibbs and were courteously -, of our oldestresidents: left on the 27.th of back in time for church services in the

mate reopened and feel Messrs. Curtis, Eaton and their co-work- informed that the place is designedfor April for the northwest, Washington morning. Capt. Fromberger, of the Den-
Cecil with Major ers. It will be of a more popular char- of the usual line. The Territory being his objective point. If ny, volunteered to see us back in time,
as general Captain Shawn wider understanding I something out which he did thanks to him for
manager, and will spring from a many
I the acter low land is be ditched and thrown suited with that country he will proba-
St. Johns and Captain .Paddison of the situation. Lei us still to up his kindness. Too much cannot be said

II !L cha rge.of the Indian Eiver .division hope-Ar W York World.W in beds, and filled in Until at least 18 ably locate therebut this coming winter, for Capt. Hallman in his efforts to make
crawls down under the comfortable. In the words of
Public 1. inches above the present level, and is to when the mercury party
,. may assured,-that success one of the little girls: "I believe he wa.
" its who has been engagedin the floor of the thermometer and "the
Certain to follow and \i. French, be used as an experimental garden,
adiberal and cooking all Our entire
i pro- stone andnine night. party
the manufacture of cement wind blows through his whiskers! a sud-
tZ"e lve where and
spirit! will attend the other tropical semi-tropical wish to return thanks to Captain Yann
new com Orlando Tampaand points,
Pany. Captain Paddison is well and decided at to,establish works in Tav- plants, fruits and flowers will be testedto den attack of homesickness may strike for his many acts of kindness to make

>sarorabl y known by *o has He has ordered the necessary machinery ascertain those best suited to our cli- him and he will take a run back home to the day pleasant, especially for furnish
everyone in this sec. ares ing a nice house for the ladies and chil-
that he and material, and has already mate. A large number of plants are see his ma.
no words of praise : the manufacture dren to dress in after bathing. We say
ftomma us, and yet we cannot refrain from I secured a contract for the for drainage of the waiting to be sent as soon as the land is Chas. A. Lane, mother and sister left to Titusville, when you wanta good day a

pressing the constant desire of his marshes of the pipe at the Osceola truck farm into. i ready. The garden will be under the I on the 1st for their summering in the outing, go to the Haulover and you will

eboBtB of friends:that.they may *oon see I II Lake Eustis. I sole charge of Mr. S. F. Gibbs. north. SAM. enjoy f it. PICNIC.der .

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u.-c U'v :. & recent eveaiaz recerjo:'= to ;eaat Q- Frea:a Araderry cf Scisacss ty 1Lil HATS SHIRTS PANTS
rt s>2>:: tiA most nv; :;>.vs monarcn.Jnst :
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large Camr""J"" -i, tit a truantwere. :; R'.r..
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cud for are podantt (.!* po t Tecnyica a said to be te cngirf r..n :ark aaT dz.- :.td drrar-::.; r-J:.= r...Ttr dii y

secs to lair' fads f C.T hair "' -- :i Y nLy: weL.: Hs u too e *rztti to b* .-efr.s'ed I Male Redactions on Man}
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f Tea gir&t-u and fvt pearls, tb* Letter tii -t only AiviTScan wLo t.M.f:' ::c.-=;.:...:,i K?.:p CQ the (%."1 1: bas iflver sascepaasLavd !p rc *. Tra piec tritioc of tb* prc-kcira-

I t i 3 a &ngr row. to-tw'sr : v'. r-- cf ::.! :.b: er?.toi pJe1'.2'T Tc: carimai coi=::3 s wA'41d: the empress declares ..f tce spj:c j'A uto: tbe sbeHtppears P:6. _

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: :' { or'1 cf desire it <''5p-lavd ia a c- CcV.. iL H. 7ayK-. c: E: p ::!. linn c.a ccoccct.f cf a --d:=? liquid: pcc&abiv u: ani.Tbe .

mrbJ ..Nr.I:'., ;fir ng -.r.:= a Ur;* r >irL f.rto th Kat* Lbrar.vr. ii President Harn .r.i' \ \nffttf. who is *",..st acw ia Paris, t.3.* h:. ::: use cf pbctozrspby a trO rv:* a STtlnTK F
: tc4 :cJ represent a LaM cf rott'ti 1: csaj rncl*. He .s Ti jear> (old: ar;>i cz*') "s niswjii c.-&d.; : .:r..5..J p i e.=d a ito carcca ball tace a ptrtcre cf its own wabs. -

r' *' vora i* a brvxbCUR10J5 a tat. .<:L -J -. TAG CJ') :.a: Lt carrves tLe wbol* library : ?a. G 1e U 1:: Ct-i-: :&: --;-. cc. j b*" A.l *rr "**"*=* It'.c.c-u-- Uk acamera 1\TE W

.' z \: rsa1.-gy in CJL Lad.r --.b. w::h '- that is fta.di otj wth real is placed: in tbe c-rward end:: cf the

J'f&O T:? P* Dr. ZL ::!::ZA in Tie C--: [oEa.1!.. wt.f t : Sce: :ES :oJ :t.ebw ifse; projectile, z.rl wcn :t is fred directly ::.: tbenn

", ME WI.GES. 3.s': : cz.:: &:--1:1 :,') :!:. ; :i tolvcsr assist cstnars- r.f fOi Etcc.esalaed : tbe iigbi traces hne" cpcc tb senstr SPRINGMILLINERY

;.. cf a bclld w a: H PTd e=p ciall7 d 0 i 'i' at flcjCMJ ?te. frocn: tbe cirtctioc; cf ..bicri it can be
I ";:'. ID Io..". It T'--. Irisb -ntJen ri.r ;
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The scbecca tbecrerlcal
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r" '. la S ,>t :r.Lr.T. 17-0. a Cci Rx*. 600--t cmfnxa
;ti 7.1. isr I>=ch s cf Sctbglwi TSJ tjbirth The Had=; VefL : LADIES HATX
! ly.Cjr a for yr0 a ircr wr.tL sHr
I ; .' Dr. Oliver :Se.l Holn>*a> cc'nzplains cf r i. e.i i r- laj iL. :*H, Le r father Ir .risc, rr* : t lengths :: traZs
S f'i-: ;f yf/J {raoezji tiat Le r tJHJ iJrsi '
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< i-iiljf.a ID forty-: gL;: oo ir *- *dii: ng
: t .-- of aH ths veils.T .
If. :cr o/'aern Twenty toletters :T :T'-5.e scholar a=d a tree id cf Lord: P.ce:3 This & ::: csxjptJie
1..r ar He ; t4mt'J] tc* x11 Le; : ttr- i.i.r = taHstI:2
:i .1 in his* cr>m i;-.J mail is Oj .-:,=:- i a sad ctbers cf celehntj, Sis; ri:;.rrisd Cap ace'eycz i: FE.VTHEES.

i il;I***Oc iT"rT r. 3J:.n*::": :y ucf :W-L atria: b.--=-.i Arthur Bbo:1 fch& :.:: wrlle h was :0.: '1 .=: u.: Fe v d xs =ayEves
!; :: Ito ttr 17th of Irsl ': Pe
hi JIay. a ns. i;.r HA"f' Commenced ti> Arrive.
nt&resi ** tc* jBT-tcrs act Ox!o:=.. Thy uj -.c.: bfa c r:: d l- rre fir. Sag r 'i
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is A :::: ti toI r i.7 .-:-. will! te.dd..e :. _i..' ,
r # E=.Oc :'"' r :\r. 'Valt r A. 7v..! b3; ci': : aid his death recent. lT i..nvr.: *
.ta l.R:1d CrethT 1:Y tr r io* a .' ..
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c.-o ;Ja.f. btar, into a amlrr of ..It The jaci : T ri .Co ere o

.:t' Gt'u:: auk: ,lJMtJ a-aa, a fi;.: s Tee. wasj: of Ci= boroucne; artr.: ._.i.t r::?i.ti -' a: u.e: t :ae of the raiL ccrS. acc;d=.::t c.tnki : s.-s b&ow ::a rT..a '. rA .'.:

! s 1 s+rfurtnviJ eatr..iIy ->rrc. Lor': is arecover&l !by gxi civcnt;" iharness : rt eay :sat:): as large a a h.. .d _,T : c! 'aae td.afw'Z.Ia : SPRING DRESS GOODS

I I J ani taejdriver is in Ljnt b... !:.1 g- 1:
gc-vreoss :I'.nl l : side. :l.E:' t, ..r
l,. i In L- ITTO.a U-t sa* laiJ bra :n>Lltesriihot f the acs fh.;_ .
; Le ki iij Cni a can vnrkle -h.Jj li.y w C.e. b::+J:.s UJen c- 5 ii evl: i:1y bT a L. Ste tat : s. ?

, ); U. linburgh aid tack: crao to 11r.tr/: .. A silver ppe. on which is the inscriptionPrsbentM : : (h. -oo a drpi a e z: ib e -::. :.. = ) :-.e Cr4. r c.ip We fa-e A Mi Beautiful Lir.e "f .. Embroidered

in la* tan* tr.in an'her tY L: e I crxicuihsc ; idmslr : by: ilaj. Gen. EarniDn. r.S. A,. tub r--'e-i of t.- -V'" ;=. -ol: C ;:'-!:C'.a;...::

!I' a dots ui LLe cueist *;rjAxiitTbe "'';: en behalf cf tie Urutoi: Sa*?. :Q ::.F Sharb the Paris dressmaker who made fycriginaL Soci ccher chap. aai t se. a.:;! piacs.3Iu : .
t s: ,' ca w r le --UJd CYJDrls. ''-ara t of Indians, 1I4.' ias been Mrs. Hsnrietta Stansard, tbs lady fcn-o'w!:
. -B.-:4 ETt'y: Cave = Ker York Sec LADIES' ROBE5.
r'rte-i t j President Kams: n by a gentle- as Joha btrangs Winter."' subjeci&i: herself
,, Earl of March oa iavia; a bit t r:: b! .
:: v b7ei: the relic ia tie x.:3.7 yr..3 :- for a severe --
wocl Le d achei manj yea.-sv utcrary arm
' Gza cevage to ; : a certain And all
the Service
Logic at Sinai Office.Sirnal orerVALEXCIEXISE
" distance tricks than eny torv r-cl'1 ntcry. ticeship t e o:--iier; fi rst beck.

.F:: r.. wave f It. woa LJ water by br .es' t. Car! Rosa: U a frvMl.a-? with abundant Host cf the C-characters In "Booties' Baby-' Service Man-Tcu'Te csr e in to ..
0 ccnplain cf weather L.VCEla
; : : see a a cricket be-U, ...t.icb"D fair LiJthroTrn: back frcca the iG:Eat, a and other tnHitary tar are stc.d.es frog :: cjur predictions

? :>" truer Land to Lass by relays cf yr.Jilarj slight but alert figure and br:r nt, restlesseyes. life..tie was cast ia York, England, in "Yes, and IVe a good niind to p ut tbe! law While aid Bb\-k.

i: lax Se! is the P. r. H. en TO\ Yon said it would be warmer, and
; lit Ct 1CEt. S He i* a kindly CAl. aeraliy hke: by cnlv dazgcf
' rTe had to t'25 to a plumber fcr ** :
; his artists. thou=n in business matters t hi V. Pal=er. ] pay -Y"b
la IT2J a poclterer cf I>c t;!l rnoriet: "busted' water pipes..* Ladle' Silk: )lit .-. Gfere*. Ec

l ., bet X.Y) be vrooid walk UCU tinxs r..uud ti* the reputation: cf biz very Etnct. Hs da.tr **TVhen iicted
CARE OF THE EYES. we prs: : warmer atber we
:f'f Lies ia pictures anl politics.ilrs. A large line >. cent
of CG fruai
,, f area cf U pr MoorSelis in t--rty-: =*ttbocrs -- had a cold snap, did weP"Yes :et-

$: a aka acoordiagly pcxoeed&J .: t:.t- n.of .:..: Cleveland's: cards now read: "Urs.Grover ba.ies ca lamp or gas k ers shoal! beglass. : we d>JL"Well. to $5.Gentlemen's. ') e3ch.

? five cujes aa boor on tie amasn;; p-:rs.it.to Cleveland."' OScia!ei-:;:: tt-e r -qu.:.res c.! =;L cr bd ;;. teTercf colored when we predicted a ccM snap we

: -- the infinite improven >= :: cf ti Lu.-i;.t that the wife of the chief magtra tiaULave g.as. had warmer weather did ft weP

1' and great edification of hundreds cf7ti her cards engraved m the nnj>lst; manner w'Then
Sere r slep cpposta a windo: r..ich..r.ll "Yes.
t:1, ...-...a." -Mrs Cleveland." cr "Mrs. Ham2n,"* Lauadried and i nlsar
throw! a fiood cf strccg light cs TOOT eyes what's tbe ::is: ..twi tb .scut Ain'twe
F C:Wpie. writing to Sir Ecraco ilann, as the c;.:,5 may tJ.s. The president" cardLvars when yoa wake in the mcrning."tVten giving you a fair stand c2PStranrer dried ?hir;..

p Sept. 1. 1ICO, says: "They bav'.r put into tin. only the inscription "TbPresid :." puzzled this
:: bathing the face do not the peculiar logic,
papers a gon-l story made a: 'STt.t.:'>. A Lawn Sir Joseph! Eazalfette. who has jut retired open goes off to think! it oo-ruC3.-o Herald. The do?: Varied Line of Gtaemtl1-: : '
trait Y a.Aa.i ths is ap: to be in juricos ,
dropped down deal at the door and was -ar- from the service of the Metropoiitaa: Lcndonjbeard : eyes Sraw Hat bought cheap and M33Low ltd.
to the epithelial ooTering cf the ,
Y ried in Th club in3na&*iiat"-ly raa-'I e Uti of "c"as that board's engineer eye.

-be"'J1tra.i dead or no. *.::d wova tcey rince its or aaixatioa. jfla built tee Thames In all institutions: particularly for children. Down.

A were b,ing to tri'*** *:j the w::o;udgr.tfa "' :ct L-z embaatment; 100 miles of new sewers, besides where the eyes a.-e required to do clo&2

uitcrjrjbHd, and a aid it wuui : Ce : U: 2;) mile:; of old cues enlarge for cr fiveThnrr.es work, the proportion of the square surface THE

e fairs &9 of tb* bet.1ABOUT bndges: and about 3.w new streets. o! the windows to the square surface of the Mc

fiocr should never fall below ere to four.

DREAMS The Old Question. The short sighted eye is ems:.ally a diseased

aid should be treated as rod It STOCK OF GROCERIES
Si*by vie; : oa A rustic beech eye

Frightful drenms arp a c.n af d":rraina- They sat 'reath the starry skies; affects: by preference those who use their "

Lion of blood to the L "-tl : She read: the wish of his ca&Iy tear constantly for fine or neat work, and is ales Now Open, Was never more complete

In the: fine of his lore Lt eyes. rncst unknown among the uncivilized: nations.
dreams in !
Lively are genen: a 1 zu 0: :1t

; it ezciteoent of nervous actK.-n i May. asi a qwgtloa. dears he&ked; To bathe the eyes properly take a large And ha on band a Fine Assortraent I pride myself on the Supenor Batter

*A on oii and tried!' basin cf cold water bend the head close: over of
Dreams about blood cud rttl ob},rt> are ques Coffee. Tea*, Crackers, Etc.. I aa f"
d-ns of inflaajsxatcry cocdjtiona.Dreams He toyed with Ler little Jerelei hand, it, and with both hands throw! the water

You cay.she softly si: hedHa with some force on the gently closed lids.} abled to offer the trade.I .
of di U.rtAl; ferns ar; frequently a FRESH DRUGS
This has cf the
i something same effect
ngn of obtructious and dtse of the li"l'r pu es thrZied with sudden joy.WhiJe as a keep in Stock Plant's Fl'ur- *
tile E::rs stood still above shower bath, and has: a toning up i.f
: Dreams in which the patent ir.4irtr.r.. As he uked the questioo, oki aad woni: which water applied in any other way has not. PATENT MEDICINES better.

turn or injury of an} limb iiMUf ttf u:.:.e..re "Easeyci read'P.tett: Esserekref"
When children work by light which falls PERFUMERY, Grits and Meal wetk
that titnb.i -Xew York Eve Sea. arriving every
in their faces they are apt to bead the body fOWDERS.HAIR .
Dreams about death cfun irw..!t? tpr, forward so as to shads the eyes by the head BRUSHES insuring it Fresh and Sweet.Large .

i p1exhich b connected with else twist it
arocnd that the
or BO light shall! TOOTH sI!
t blood the bead. BRUSHES, f Stock of and Grain at
to Citizen to Uncle P..a.stUSj-S that is the Hay
fall the Both
A' en page of these positions arepcrnicicr And all other articles
Soft dreams are a sign of sight irritation woman you Ye gain to marry, is it. Uncle There is great danger of the Druggists.Everyone. usually kept bv. i times.

:f the bead often in Dervous fevers announcing Easter chest becoming narrow and contracted and

r the approach of a favorable crias. Uncle P.astusYes., rah, da: am da lady. of the spine becoming curved. i? cordially invited to call ; lost close living price made oa s1I

A dream of great fire, in which the sleeper She yain't much to look atCitizenWell and inspect our stock. i goods in this line.GEO. .

k no, not very cinch Uncle Orders from a distance promptly filled. :I
,c himself seemed to be consumed was followedsoon COINCIDENCES.George .
Rastus.Uncle. Prescriptions
after by an attack of inflammation of carefullycomPoundedro. I -
the brain. P..astu..c-Bat she hab go:fohty-- ben Washington died the List &omof A share of

( dollahs in de bank boss an'she hab promised the day the last day of the seek of the last spectfully solicited.J. : B. RUMPS ]
J A lady who had a dream in which >be saw ,
ter de ob month of
gib tae power attorney r.ilihip.Harper.a the year of the last year cf the last I
s fcll,ob cts dim 1U1iobsctb.-oo by a mist was Bazar.
; century. I. B. SCREVEN, Druggist. 1 :! TITUSVILLE* FLA.


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WOMAN'S WEAR. I Senator Evarts is not easy to shave, because. 1 1I THE LATEST IN JEWELS. I the" water TLe-carriage way is 20 feef wide )I.RUXX.FL..\., J an) 2fith, 1S80.

there are so many wrinkles in his face that I I and the footways 5>' feet wide. Cost, $500- 4lJ. Bro.
i. rs. Lippman Savannah Ga.
have to be smoothed out. How he i! 000.I I ,
For evening gowns milk white is now more ever i tords shawl
Agate are again cropping up as Proprietors P. P. P. :
than cream color. himself is a mystery to the barbers. j I The Britannia bridge crosses tho Menai I
dish pin heads. j I For a long time I suffered with catarrhi

London is making a heroic effort to bring William K. Vanderbilt shaves himself at j Colored amber is being extensively utilized strait, Wales, at an elevation of 103 feet and ulcerated throat. I took S. S. S., hut

Jreton lace again into fashion. times when ho is at home, and on other occa- ; for parasol handles. : above high water It is of wrought iron, I derived no benefit from it. Dr. Owens, whorepresents

sions ho goes to tho barber shop. He is not I j 1,511 feet long, and was finished in 1850.I Bros. Savannah Ga.
evil foretells for this Lippman
A prophet yearaster ,
A cute little silver fan blue I Cost I
i covers a plush $3,000,003.
articular and the
gowns and bonnets of flashy red. very j general cup, i told me that P. P. P. would cure me, so I
brushes: and razor. pocket pin cushion. j! The old London bridge was tho first stone j began taking it. I have taken six bottles

Sashes fringed with all colors of the gown During his wife's illness Jay Gould had a I Oxidized silver cucumbers are an odd idea : bridge. It was commenced in 1170, and com- i (small size), and I am entirely well. I feelI
ow come with the new box empire dress pat- T In sprinklers. 1 pleted in 1209. Its founder Peter of Cole-
barber come to his house once every two sugar I like a new man, and consider P. P. P. a

rns. weeks to trim his hair and beard. Ho sat in i I! The demand for rubies is said to be much church, was buried in the crypt of the chapel i wonderful medicine.

Large rosettes of the very narrowest rib- an ordinary straight backed chair while this 'j in excess of that of last year. erected on the center pier. i' PKTK MANNING

bon are at once the newest and most stylish I was being done, and seemed to bo wrapped in i Brooklyn bridge was commenced under the
Tortoise shell combs
I double
are seen a -
rimming for bonnets. his thoughts. Ho always had to bo roused direction of J. Roebling, in 1S70, and com- ;
row of rubies tracing the (
White underwaists will be worn again this I when it was over, and frequently stared at ; tops.A pleted in about thirteen years. It is 3,475 I Severe fuses of Rlooti Poison.

lummer, both by very little children and tho hjber: in wonder, as though surprisedthat j very attractive cachou box in silver, feet long and 135 feet high. The cost of
j just introduced, has its cover in : Thousands suffer from blood poison.
hose of larger growth.The he should bo there. repousse. building was nearly $15,000,000.STRAY .
;I who would be cured if they ive 1;. B. 15,
must be embroidered I Pretty as a scarfpin is set in
monogram now -- a ttrrquois a
j I ( Botanic Blood Balm) a trial. Send to
tho tablecloth at a point half diamond shaped setting and a pearl at each BITS.
vice way j '
upon ORIGIN OF GREAT INVENTIONS.Glass. I j the Blood Balm ( 0.. Atlanta, Ga., for
from the center to each end. i angle. New I book of wonderful care!, that convince
York is the
The old time hemstitching is now a favorite Known in Egypt 1740 B. C. !' Lockets of pink coral, with either a pear! i market in the world.A now. largest mahogany j! the most skeptical. It i U sent free.

finish for all manner of house linen from Bellows. Egyptian; used 1490 B. C. or a diamond in tho center, aro remarkably .1. O. Gibson. Meridian. Miss.. writes :

table damask to pillow cases. Needles. First mado in England 1543. pretty. western circus manager says the tent n For :i number nt"V"H'i' I sutlereil untold
show is on the decline.
A new fancy in fur is to wear the long Oxygen. Discovered by i Combinations of stained ivory and silver j agonies; from blood poison. Several
Alaska] sable side Priestly, 1774. There is a noticeable increase of hostility to prominent physicians did little if
>lack: marten, or wrong up, ; now go to make up the moro fashionable any
fbo as to show its lovely soft pile. Candles. Mado of tallow, used in 1290. cano handles. foreigners throughout China. j ooil. I bewail to ue B. B. B. with veryI

She whose profile has the faintest Simian Cotton gin. Made by Eli Whitney, 1793. 1 I Ii i i Tho favorite gold thimbles have tops in- London is to have a mining exchange sepa- I little faith hut to my utter surprise It

suggestion should avoid as she would the Engraving. Invented by Chinese 1000 B. C. | crusted with garnets and tiny raised initials rate from the flock: exchange. j has made mia well :ami heaity person."

)laguc the capo or boa of monkey fur. Clocks. Water clocks used in Ilono 1J3; : !1 on their edges The crown of Charles II, made in 10(50, is ,!j z.1'. Hallerton, Maeon. Ga.. writes :
tho oldest in I "I contracted blood poison. I lint tried
Meek and lowly docs not U-gin to express B. C. I Solid silver penholders with quaint figures existing England. 'I physicians and then went to Hot

be flat suuillucss and lack of height of the Hydrogen. First isolated by Cavendish, engraved thereon aro interesting; additions A German peasant has been detected in Spring. I M'turned home a ruined man

fine new capote beguine, or baby bonnet. 17CO 1 to office accouterments. tapping a telegraph; wire to cure his rheumatism. Ii ltIIYsicIlly.otlting seemed to do ;;ie

Shin will be as much worn as they were Thermometer. Credited to Santorio, of I: Fruit designs in natural colored enamel aro i| ai v uooil. My mother persuaded me to

ast K-ason: especially tho new French ones Padua, IWJ.Barometer.. : applied to laco pins of heavy filigree, making i A Japanese paper complains that thero aro I jtryI1.B.B. To my utter astonishment

tvhich closely Minilato self toned brocade.A Evangelista Torricella, invented ; a most charming ornament. ; too fpqualiti"ti physicians and dentists in I every ulcer quickly hitletilleuj. ."

1043. ; that country )Iorri :. Atlanta Ga.. writes "Isuffered
Parisian fancy for silk or satin footgear Pale yellow enamel balls now form hairpin I : :

is to wear in placo of bows four small mouse Air pump. Mado by Otto Guericke, cf i tops, and are covered with filigree gold with A Pair ivad before the Historical society years from syphilitic blood

ears of silk lined with a contrasting color.A Magdeburg, 1C50.Anemometer. here and thero a tiny ruby ', ofl'\\ York states that there are 5.5:;(} law I poison which refused to be cured) by all

Invented 1709, by Walfino yers ii New York.j I treatment. Physician pronounced mea
natural bark of a treo twisted and ,
new stuff for ball gowns, just out in to measure force of wind. I!! and knotted, and covered with a silver deposit j I'mv food associations aro increasing in I hopeless case. I )Irid: no appetite I had
Paris, is tulle, with embroidery the narrowest I i pains i in, hips and joints and
numtier It ito bo that ) my kidneys
ribbon scattered all over its surface. Barbers. Great antiquity mentioned in !:> makes a very attractive umbrella top. rapidly hoped puro I were d.ea&ed. My throat ulcerated
J food i ; rtu'reaiirg. vas
Ezekiel v, 1, about 594 B. C. Claret jugs of colored and cut with i :
I glass, and breast of
Cloth waists for wearing with skirts of my a mass: running pores.
I Billiards. Ascribed to Henrique: Devignc I bright silver mountings, have made their A law suit between two Ulster county
.dark wool silk or velvet, have long velvet appearance In this condition I commenced t1 use of
:<< (X Y.I men over two old horses valued at 61
who lived in tho of Charles IX of on the dining table.
reign room
ewers turned back from a vest of bright I : : L. I B. B. It healed every ulcer and sore
| each has already cost $: UU.
loth. JTrance. A correctly defined thumb, down to th3 j and cured me completely within two

Algebra. Arabian origin: known in Europe : first joint, is one of tho brightest and newest I English army authorities are considering a months.!
Lace dessert doylies, fan shaped, with sticksf 1300 ( project for enlisting; boys and letting I'
: ; uscclg'ncrally; Borgo's i conceptions in oxidized silver match boxes. young
braid aro a new English dinner --- -- ----- -- ------ -
gold -
them into soldiers.
wok 149
L I grow up
fancy, and aro said to wash well in spite of A brooch of simple but tasty character is !
tho tinsel! T formed of a circle of vermicelli gold beads !j More than twenty million acres'of land in A Home Indorsement.Mr. .

Another Victim of Ovenvork. : graduating in size each way from the center. i j I Washington territory, or nearly one-half tho I X. II. FrohlicIltein, of Mobile,
Tullo and crap skirts for very young First Dude-Havo you noticed how fear- : whole area, remain unsurveyed.i Ala. writes "I take in
: pleasure
A golden horseshoe nail, set with precious
aro mado straight and full without i I
women fully bad Cholly has been looking of late? ;i Fencing has! become so popular Dr. New Discovery
stones is twisted and among recommending King's -
lem or finish of any sort to mar their sweet i shaped as a finger ring; J
Second Dude Yes, tho paw feller is killing 1 ladies the continent that convents for ..
and may be classed as a genuine oddity. upon many Consumption, having u. ed it for
himself with overwork. 1 include it in their curriculum.A .
a severe attack of bronchitis and catarrh.It .
Baby's best gowns are now made often of First Dude-Gud gwacious! You don't A double pronged hairpin, of lato pattern,
; is formed of interlocked Florida vegetable grower has contractedto gave me instant relief and entirely
two crooks
shepherd ,
Scream washing silk, with the finest of torchon say. What's ho doing?
deliver three tons of watermelon seeds to cured and I have atlli
law in place of tho time honored cambric and Second Dude-Why, he's actually doing one of chased gold and tho other of Roman. me not been ted
northern seed houses next autumn.
also have
I that
beg to state
rabroidcry. without \'alet.-New York Evening Sun. : Gold garter clasps, richly chased and set

The short velvet jackets now worn withrescy I with a ruby,a diamond and a turquois, were I i A man who has been baching in an old tried other remedies with no good result.

homo toilets require full toreador Expense. I recently ordered for one of tho "upper ten." I II cabin near maine, W. T., climbed up into the Have also used Electric Bitters and Dr.

garret one day and found there a skeleton. King's New Life Pills both of which I
rests of embroidery in soft wool, and of a What mystery subtle; what charm most intense I The silver butter dish of tho future will be ,

.clicately contrasting color. Reposes in that little item, "expense!" I looked upon as incomplete without the cut I' The Lake View Cemetery association of can recommend."

The tip to tho waiter; the smile at tho bar; i glass centers that have been added to them I' Cleveland is unable to meet the interest on Dr. King's :New Discovery for Consumption
and oddest beribbon
Tho newest way to The baggage man's nip; tho conductor's cigar; j lately. its iyO,000 stock. Garfield's grave and monument coughs and colds is sold on a
yourself is to pass a wide diagonally from The theatre tickets-reserved I
seats for two, I are in the cemetery. positive Trial bottles free at
boulder to belt and tie the ends at tho back That offer a chance the coy buyer to woo; I A breastpin of unique design is a Roman guarantee.
i I An Albany physician says he has never all drug stores Titusville' and on Indian -
uito upon tho shoulder blade. That bluff on two deuces-a nauseous pill- gold clothespin set horizontally on a knife
But the winner bar the head known a case of cancer among tho Hebrews, Kiver.
next day bought an elegant bill, i edged being supplied by closely
Two of tho handsomest new hairpin heads So the firm never kicks though demands grow I set pearls. and thinks their exemption from the diseaseis

re a thistle ball in gold wire,each ray tipped Immense, I due to abstinence from pork.

with a small diamond, and a small sunflower For it knows the virtues that lie in expense. I 1 A style of finger ring that seems to take Mr. Smith of Falls 0. of Brace Up.
township, being
has three bars
Merchant Traveler.No I I narrow of gold, one set with
'ormed of diamonds and rubies. I
small diamonds, ono with pearls and one with an unusually prudent mind, has purchasedhis You are feeling depressed, your appetite -

Henrietta cloth promises to bo so much i turquoises.A coffin and tombstone, the goods to be delivered is poor, you are bothered with headache

used this season that it is well to remember Time to Lose. I on the day of his death. you are fidgetty, nervous, and generally -
I salt stand of silver and silver -
that a good quality of all wool wears much Tired Lady (who has been hopelessly wait- I very has pretty fluted sides and Peach stones find ready sale at $6 per ton out of sorts, and want to brace up.
gilt a border
[better than that with silk warp. ing:Miss for Le Clerk her chango! in a mammoth store)- I running around tho edge. With ropo this comes in Vaca valley, CaL They aro used as fuel, Brace up, but not with stimulants, spring

Hats just out from Paris have crowns so Fair Clerk Yes madam.Von't a small plate to match. "burning as long as coal and giving more medicinesor bitters, which have for their

low as to be almost invisible from tho front. beat." Apricot stones are also burned. basis very cheap whisky, and which stimulate -
\ please try to hurry On ladder of enameled
you up my a tiny gold an frog
lAs a make weight there is moro than a bundle and change I am anxious to have I is seen climbing toward a moonstone head, Two ruffians of Bodio, Nov., entered the you for an hour, and then leave
hisper of the chignon's revival room of a man against whom had in condition than before.
they a you worse
that piece of bargain goods made up before it i I which is set in a narrow gold hand,the whole
Very pale shades of blue and green are gets out of fashion.-Philadelphia Record. i:j forming a unique scarf pin. grudge, tied him to a bedpost, filled his eyes What you want is an aletrative that will

[[used together in some new evening costumes. with red pepper and left him to suffer.A purify"your blood, start healthy action of

heedless to add that an artist must combine No Exception. I A charming watch case ornamentation recently San Francisco photographerwho testifiedin liver and kidneys, restore your vitality,
was a polished easel sunk
|nnd a beauty wear them, or the result will be Rosalie-Did you havo a nico time at Mrs. into the case, on which a gold diamond court that his wife didn't know where he and give renewed health and strength

imply fearful-New York Commercial Ad- Ferguson's tho other evening? I frame, inclosing a tiny landscape square painting, was, was given forty days in tho house of Such a medicine you willfind in Electric

vertiser. Mabel-Oh, delightful! But such awfully also found place. correction to give her an opportunity to find Bitters; and only 50 cents a bottle at any

homely girls as were there! I drug store on Indian River.
The cameo, it seems, after having been relegate him.A I
IVORCES IN DIFFERENT COUNTRIESIn Rosalie-So Mr. Summerly was telling me. Grand Rapids man, who was arrestedfor i
d to the past, is about to be revived.
He said there wasn't a decent looking one in i Well known jewelers are offering them in gambling, alleged that he had lost all his .\ Marshal Saved Lire and Hair.MOXTICELLO .

Australia divorces have never been the I'oom.-Chicago News. I money, had bet his clothes and lost them,and '
cuff buttons, mounted in gold wire settings, FLA., Jan. 21, 9.
ictioned. was sleeping in the gambling room for shelter
I with pleasing effect. Jle.o. Bros. Savannah Ga.
when pulled.In ( rs. Lippman ,
Make Your
Divorces are ever known to occu-
scarcely Made to order is a tea set of Dresden china, Proprietors P. P. P. :
i modern Greece.In "Why do you paint, my darling I San Francisco a man and his wife lost
decorated with fern leaves in silver For the eight I have been in
Don't you know it isn't right deposit. their minds through the excessive use of morphine past years
Hindostan either for a slight Its beauty and character be bad health with malaria rheu-
party For every time I kiss you I singular can and cocaine, and were sent to a hospital suffering ,
auso leave the other and It makes white easier when it is understood that I matism
may marry.In a spot quito ? appreciated for tho insane. Oftentimes the husband's Dyspepsia, dropsy, my digestion
j j the smooth surface of tho china is with great wbs bad and hair all came out. In fact
the olden times the Jews had a discrcionary She answered thus most coyly, i caine bill amounted to $5 per day. my
1 difficulty made to retain the silver. I wreck. 1 had taken
was nearly a
of their wives. As there in the
power we sat park, I The kangaroo is said to have got its name
"I paint, my dearest lover An ingenious idea in peppers is one fashioned -I and blood medicines, which did mo no
in this Cook first discovered the
Divorces aro scarcely allowed in Thibet, So you can make your mark." as a coffee mill. Tho beans are placed way: Capt. good. When I began taking P. P. -I*.,
animal in Australia. When
he its
ess with the consent of both parties: re- -Pittsbun:KsrA i i in tho upper part, and each revolution of the inquired about three months ago, I was as weak as a
of native tho latter
- riage is forbidden. ;, handle grinds them and sprinkles the pepper name" a replied, "Kan-ga- child. I have only taken four bottles (small
Photographic Botch. roo, which in the Australian language is "I
In Cochin China tho parties desiring di- 1 through a perforated bottom, the mill thus don't know." I size), and to-day I am a well man, and my

orco break a pair of chop sticks in the presto Photographer ( impatiently) thought you :, performing tho two functions at one time.Jewelers' .- hair has "come again." I cannot recommend
called yourself a first class retoucher? A woman of Ridgeway Can. has
young ,
of witnesses and tho thing is done. i Review. P. P. P. too
New man-Yes, sir; that is my profession. I had the banns of matrimony between herself highly.W.. F. WAKE,

Among some tribes of American Indians "Huh This negative of Miss Snubnose, the and two of her lovers read in the parish Marshal Monticello Fla.
to pieces of sticks given the witnesses of thoftnaiTiago wealthy young society actress, is a botch, a church, the clergyman having decided that Witness : F. C. OWENS.The .

are broken as a sign of divorce. perfect botch, sir!" i she is free to choose between them at the

If tho wife of 'a Turkoman asks his permis- "Eb What's the matter with it?" i Coalbrookdale bridge, England, is tho first altar. This is a new and startling departurein
"Matter Great Daguerre Why, it still | cast iron bridge. It was built over the Severn weddings. Rev. tlco. II. Thayer, of Bourbon, Ind *ay.:
ion to go out and he says "go" without adding i in 1771) "Both m>>tlf and wife owe our lives to ShiloL'
"conio back again," they are divorced. looks like her.Philadelphia. Trades people and shopkeepers in Russian CouKumption Cure." Sold by Diclsun t they, H-
,\ The covered bridge at Pavia, over the Ti- Poland tusillel'la.
are being compelled sign an agree-
Two kinds of divorces granted in Cira. -
The Reason. 1 cino, was built in the Fourteenth
ment not to use the. Polish language among Are you made miserable by indigestion, Const
By the first the parties can imrne- He cut his best friends when he met them, j The roof is held by 100 granite columns. themselves or to customers. For tho first pation. Diziiifgs, Loss of Appetite, Yellow Skin tShiloh'

tely marry again; by the second, not for And thereat they wondered Tho bridge at Havre do Grace, over tho breaking of the agreement they are fined, !' Vitalizer is a positive Cure. Sold by Dick-
year. Till they knew that his name bad been men- won k Grry, Titusville, Fla.
Susquehanna, is3,271 feet long,and is divided and if they break it twico their shops are

In Liberia if a man is dissatisfied with the tioned into twelve woo the "four hundred.
host Among immediate relief? Price 10 eta AUcN aid $1. Hold
trifling acts of his wife he tears a cap -Boston Courier.A l piers. is figured out that the railroads of the by UickBou tc <>rey, Tttusville, Fla.
r veil from her face and that constitutes a
i Tho cantilever bridge, over tho Niagara, is world are worth nearly $300,000,000,000) or Shiloh'a Catarrh Uemetly positive cure for Catarrh -

vorco.In Point of Ylew. j built almost entirely of steel Its length is nearly one-tenth of the wealth of the civilIzed Piptheria. and Canker Mouth Sold by Dickson -

Siam the first wife may bo divorced, but "I must first ask you Miss Ethel, before I i j i 810 feet, tho total weight is 3,000 tons, and nations, or more than a quarter of their & Grey, litusville, Fla.

ot sold as the others may be. Sho may tell you the wealth and depth and height of j the cost was 900000. Invested capital, and that all the ready "HackmetacV," a lasting and fragrent pertume.

|laim the first'child.. The others belong tothe the burning love I bear for you-do you believe j! The Bridge of Sighs, at Venice, o which money in the world would buy only about Price 25 and W cent Sold by Dickson Ac Grey,.

husband. that marriage is a failure?" : condemned prisoners were transported from one third of them. Tftn8'ilJf', Fla.

Among tho Moors, if the wife does not be- "Well,"responded Miss Ethel,while a blush : the hall of judgment to tho place of execution The athletic culture fad, which originatedin Sbiloh's Cure will immediately relieve Croup'

>me the mother of a boy, sho may be di mantled her brow, "I think that the pursuit j I was built in 15S9. Boston and has been steadily spreading, &Whooping Grey, Titnsville Cough alJllBronchitiao, Fla. Sold by Dickftou

orced with the consent of the tribe and can of marriage is apt to be a failure. The Rialto, at Venice, Is said to have been has now reached Milwaukee, where young
How much easier it must have been after For Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint jop Lave a
women are evincing a lively interest in it. A
y again.In built from tha designs of Michael Angelo. It nrinted guarantee on"ery bottle of Shilob's Vi-

the Arctic regions a man who wants a that!-The Epoch. is a single marble arch, 9S> feet long, and new feature of the fad is the craze for fenc- talizer. It never fail to cure. Sold by Dirkwii k

in 159L ing and boxing-two masculine accomplishments Ort')'. Titn &ville, FlaA
vorce leaves home in anger and does not was completed

turn. for several days. The wife takes tho Her Answer. The bridge of the Holy Trinity, at Flor- which, for some reason, are very dearto :Nasal Injector free with each bottle of Shiloh'a
He asked her If she'd marry him; the feminine mind.At Catarrh Iteruf'clyPrice 50 cents. Sold by Dickson
t and departs.In She said: "I do not think so; ence, was built in 1569. It is 823 feet long; & Grey, Titnsville. Fla.Advice.

China divorces aro allowed in all cases You haven't money, and you would .I constructed of white marble, and stands unrivaled a Cooking S'hooL

criminality, mutual dislike, jealousy, in- Make my own fortune shrink so." as & work of art. Miss Giddy-Oh, Miss Syllabub; I've made to Mothers.

> much -Nebraska State Journal Tay bridge old the of the loveliest angel cake ever saw. Mrs.Wn snow's SOOTHIWO 8iBU*should always
mpatibility of temperament, or too ; bridge over Tayat some you be used when children are cutting teeth. It re-
;uacity on the part of the wife. Dundee, destroyed Dec. 28, 187D. New bridge I'm going to cut it right away and I'll give liereithelittlesuffereratOQce; itproduceanataral,

An Opinion from Thompson Street. about two miles long; has 85 piers height you the first slice if you'll give me one of quiet sleep,and the little cherub awakea as bright
Among the Tartars if the wife is ill treated :Mr. Washington Darke-I hear, Scott, above high water, 77 feet. those lovely buns I saw you making. as a button." It is Terr pleasant to taste. It
o complains to the magistrate who at- soothes the cllnc1,lOfteD I thegumj.alhtysallpain..
de Clarion.
nded by the dat yo's got a job on Morning The bridge at Burton, over the Trent, was Miss Syllabub-Why, certainly. I shall be regulates the bowels and is the best kncnrn remedy
principal people ompanies:
Whad yo' think ob de profession of journalism the in delighted to exchange with your Your cakedoes for diarrhoea, whetter arising from teething or
to tho house and pronounces a divorce. ? formerly longest bridge England, being look other causes. Tweut- TO cents bottle.
1,545 feet. It is now partly removed.
Mr. W. Scott Cluff-It am a perfession
Built in the Twelfth ( minutes later.)
HOW THEY SHAVE. sah, which requires de clearest head an' de century.The Teacher of School-Can any ono tell me Bucklen's Arnica Salve.

most pow'tul corncenteration ob mind. No new London bridge is constructed of where Miss Syllabub is? The best salve in the world for cuts,

Joseph H. Choate shaves himself. ordinary man, sah, could wash dose ten story I granite, from the designs of L. Rennie. It Miss Ambrosia-She was taken violently illa bruises sores, ulcers, salt rheum fever

windows without dizziness.-Puck. was commenced in 1824, and completed in and has home in her hands chilblains
moment car-
(Cornelius I ago gone sores tetter chapped ,
R. ,
Vanderbilt is shaved at his about seven years, at a cost of $7,290,000
pine. I riage. corns and all skin eruptions' and positively -

Tea Verily. The Niagara suspension bridge was built Teacher-And where is Miss Giddy cures piles or no pay required.It .

i Cten.Sherman usually has his beard trimmed How glad both rich and poor would be. I by Roebling in 1852-55, at a cost of $400,000.It Miss Ambrosia-Oh, she fainted away just is guaranteed to, give perfect satisfac-
a barber shop. When frigid are the days. is 245 feet above water, 821 feet long, and a moment ugo and is lying down hi the cloak tion refunded. Price 25 cents
[Matt If men who deal iii coal could see the strength Is estimated at 1,200 tons. or money .
Quay is shaved at noon every day In of their weighs! room. She wishes to be excused from taking box. For sale by all drug stores in

Pennsylvania house and tips his man lib- The error Boston Courier Clifton suspension bridge, at Bristol, has a any more lessons today as she is still suffering Titusville per and on Indian River.THE .

y. I awn of.703 feet, at a b lK.ht of 215_fit above 'rribly.-Time.



_ _: '*d I

.,4 J
Au insect, similar in many res
State 1 eW s. 1
Order No. 1-It appearing that the assessment that attacked
j' THE FLORIDA STAR. Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Budge are "takingin" : council of: the mite insect the orb:
of the town
against lots 1 and 2, Sec. 35, and At a meeting leaves of the trees in Volusia
I Savannah this week with a number books CGutyeral
:" PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY.ELLIS of others from Indian River. lot 2 in Sec. 36, Township 31, S. of R. j Palatka Hights, Thursday, the tax : years ago, has made its aPFea .
I I 39 for the year 1888 is in error, as the were turned over to the new number of
d : and Pnblisber. I -Mr. C. D. Rhoadsand mother started made to June 1 for the In a groves many Fearea
State to
i ; B. WAGER EdJtor 1 Delaware title of the same was in the up I an extension falling, and it is believed to be tt.e
for Wilmington,
I., yesterday morning December 24, 1888, it is ordered that the collection of taxes.
$I.JO Annum. of these insects. They are not, &
per months.Mr. !
::1. I to spend the summer from
collector strike the assessment morning two
tax Last Thursday
j thai
doing the damage vas; done ta/t
;;.l!11:. Entered at the Pot Office at TitusvilleasSecondClans J. W. Dickens, of Enterprise, I the assessment book for said year, and on the Manatee river had caught and trees several years ago.

': Matter. arrived here :yesterday. He was quite I this orderwill bc his warrant for doing.. sold $75 worth of pompano by 11 o'clock, --- -

P surprised at the many improvements j Order No. 2-On motion it is ordered besides about $15 worth which were sentto STATE OF OHIO, CITY OF TOLEDO, r
I TIlE STAR is the OFFICIAL newspaper made in Titusville since his last visit I that C. A. Willard be appointed Road Braidentown and sold there. LUCAS COUNTY, S. S. [

; for Brcvard county. here a few'years ago. Commissioner for City Point District colored shot FRANK J. CHENEY makes oath that I
'f Thomas Williams ( is the senior of F. J. CHEST 1
be char :
the Largest circulation -The schooner Manatee can No. 3. Six" Presidential City Thursday !: in the
The Star has by "Big at Co., doing business City of Tofoi
j of any paper on the East coast.of Fin. tered for carrying freight, or for trips Order No. 3-On motion it is ordered night about 10 o'clock. The wounded County and State aforesaid, and U*:

anywhere on the coast. Freight rates I that Lewis K. Smith be appointed Road taken to Palatka and attendedby said firm will pay the sum of 05?
r, A SQUAHKls one Inch In space; 21 squares man was DOLLARS for
I make column. always reasonable. Her captain makes I Commissioner for Melbourne District Dr. Peck. The man who fired the HUNDRED each
: of Catarrh that
.tf For .< ratesenqnire of the Editor a specialty of capturing the manatee or \0.17. every case cannot V
? a two centstamp. shot is still at large. cured bv the use of HALL'S CATAISCURE.
I t always enclosing sea-cow, native only to the waters of&uth Order No. 4.-Whereas, the sum of $1was One million three hundred and eighty- FRANK. C'HEXET.

.11. : Bill Florida. Further particulars fur assessed as poll-tax and collected Sworn to before me and sub-cribed -
THE Jacksonville Charter was three thousand four hundred and nine-
L : Monday. It has nished by J. W. Zellers, Titusville, Fla. from R. C. Scrimgeour, he being exemptby my presence, this 6th day of Decemlu
passed by the Senate the teen acres, in addition to 93,146.69 acres A. D. '86.
; caused more discussion and taken up -Mr. Helps, of Daytona, who is connected being over age, and credited to already deeded, have been reserved for -'-, A. V."'. GLEA OX
i with the ice at that place,, county school fund, it i is ordered that [
that factory
.. more time than any measure before i the Coast Line Canal. The company has { SEAL. } Notary Publr
in for two three days the same be refunded and that the County "
In brief it gives the Governor of has been town or -'vIIall's--'
body. $400,000.The
,( to appoint the I councilmen this week looking for a location for his School Board be requested to issue a war spent over Catarrh Cure taken interior!
the State power work of cleaning Gainesville, the blood
and directly
up acts upon
for the u
instead of electing plant where the demand will keep it con same.
for that city Order No. 5-On motion it is ordered i under direction of the mayor has been mucus surfaces of the s y?>tem. Send {it
them. The object is to overcome the stantly at work. He likes the location I is testimonials. F. J. CHENEY &: Ca
and being vigorously
election of men who are not competent here, but is undecided whether he can that the assessment on the personal property systematically arranged divided- Toledo''Sold OJ
: to fill this office, as by the combined make the best ice from the surface water of C. D. Puryear be reduced to prosecuted. The city by Druggists< 7'r cents. t
and the Collector of Revenue is into four departments, in each of whichare --
: colored vote with a certain element of here, which contains a certain amount of $1,500, I'roclamatton.Pursuant .
;lt. elect tannicacid. He returned to Daytona this hereby authorized to collect taxes on employed five men. .
f the whites they have the power to a resolution of the-B-
whoever they choose to office. morning, but we hope he may see the way above amount of $1,500 only. An effort will be made in a short timeto of Aldermen of the Town of Tit

clear of placing his plant here, as it i is Order :No. 6-On motion it i is ordered have the Legislature pass a bill ad- that the ordinance in regard, to

AT the Orange Growers Convention one of the best machines made. Its capacity -' that the order made by this Board Octo mitting the Chipley Light Infantry of should be strictly enforced, this it toi
Howard Keith and in the State tify all persons owning dogs, of whalers! !
: held Wednesday and Thursday at i is 3J tons daily. ber 1, 1888, placing Pensacola to a membership description, in the town of Titusvilletj

:.fl!itl-' I Leesburg, Mr. A. S. Dickinson, of Au- "Listen to the Wedding Bells." Un his wife, Rosanna Keith, on the pauper troops. Should the bill become a law apply immediately to the Town Clerk i

i .' rantia, was present and represented Bre- der this heading, the Times-Union of list is hereby rescinded, and after this the company will go into the third bat- his office, and procure a tag showingthe tL
date 6th 1889. tallion W. F. Williams major commanding. tax is paid. Any dog belonging]
) yard county. The convention, as a body, Wednesday last gives a list of marriage May ,
Order No. 7 On motion it is ordered any citizen of Titusville which may
,':;.... earnestly protested against the repeal of licenses, issued during April, by County found running at large without such
p'".. 'j the railroad commission law, and asked Judge W, B. Owen, among them being that the assessment on south half of the Bells. after Monday, the 13th of )1ay, \.11
of the commissioners William Garvin Grant be reduced from Wedding 1889 will be liable to seizure by the TorJ
: that it be made the duty that of John Foy and Caroline King, and ,
to and the Collector of Our citizens last Marshal and killed when the .
under said law. to prosecute Charles 11. Walton and Lillian J. $2,000 were quite surprised period
for Revenue is authorized to collect the taxesas evening to learn that another marriagewas redemption has expired.
claims for excessive charges freighton Hooper. The statement is correct with Given under hand this 7th '
if the said land was assessed at $1,000 to take place in our midst betweenMr. my day
articles shipped beyond the limits of reference to the Rev. John Foy (our May, A. I). 1889.
for the year 1888. Henry Titus and Miss Inez Campybell II. F. ATKiNfcur
4 this State. Presbyterian minister) ; but Mr. C. H. ,
Order No. 8-On motion it is ordered of Jacksonville. Last all
evening Major
j ; After appointing a committee to confer Walton says, that as the lady referred to
that Doctors '''''. L. Hughlett and B. R. the at the Grand View
t+ in guests were
the Florida Fruit Exchange is the wife
with (Miss Lillian J. Hooper) now For Sale.
.. Wilson shall be vaccination officers for the look for the bride the
;; its organization so as! board the eagerly on ;
regard to modifying of the courteous purser on Millinery, Dress Making, Fancy Good!
r 1';&: to make it satisfactory to the fruit grow steamer St. Lucie, he most decidedly ob- Brevard county, Fla., and that they shall bridegroom, several members of his family and Notion Establishment, on \\aahlntl

.t J1 ers, the report of the conference to be jects to having his name made public in be allowed 25 cents per capita for said and several invited guests having put ton A Y., Titusville, Fla. A well es i
\ vaccination and also at the rate lished business, clean stock, neat and -
made at the next meeting at Palatk'a: on this manner, and that friends should mileage in an appearance about seven o'clock.
s the of 5 cents per mile each way. Just before eight o'clock the bride appointed store-2-storieoe. Will be
f yI the first Wednesday in June, meeting send their matrimonial congratulationsto ap- posed of on reasonable terms.
Order No. 9 On motion it is ordered
peared, escorted by her father, while '
f'I adjourned. those to whom they are due viz., to ground lease-moderate rent. Suit
I. ---- Mr. and lIrs.'atson, Grand View, that lots 5, 6, 7, 8, 13,14,16, 17, 18, 19. Mrs. Campbell was under the escort of reasons will be given for selling. .

A New -Smyrna correspondent of the Titusville. In future, l1r."alton hopes 21, 22, 23, 24 26, 27 and 41, as appearson Mayor Atkinson, who, immediately up- Mrs. M. A. Scrimgeour, P. O. Boil '
f E. S. Quinby's of Aurantia, be his arrival in the of the Grand Titusville, Fla.
DeLand hens says: Inside ninety days the Editor of the above widely-read and map I on parlor
4 be running from our relieved from the amount of tax of I View, commenced the short marriage
J there will a steamer much-esteemed journal will be good

,. port to either Savannah, Charleston or enough to allow him to have: a word in $16.43, as said lots were improperly assessed : ceremony, and as Justice of the Peace,

New York. This had been determined the matter before marrying him off so and are now advertised for sale for pronounced them man and wife. ROYIF

r.; upon before the late meeting that called hastily, as in important cases of this ; taxes due. This is to authorize the Collector The happy couple having received the

t'.t' the convention on June fnh was heM kind it i is absolutely essential that both to release the same. congratulations of the various membersof

; t ,1 But after the convention is held, knowing contracting parties should l lie made aware Order No. 10-On motion it is ordered their family, several friends came for- et.w atayrRQYALZSM

I H the amount of freight in bond that of their impending nuptials before having that Joseph Paxton be relieved on assessment ward to wish them joy and happiness, nurnv ro:

I'!i each town in South Florida will guarantee it published to the world at large. on S. E. \ of S. "". ], Sec. 10, foremost among them being Captain W.

!!'" to order sent by steamer direct to this! The husband of the above lady i is the son township 25, S. R., 30 E. for the years B. Watson, followed by Dr. and Mrs, .0AKIH0

If':r port, then the steamship l company which of Captain "". B ""atson.superintendent 1885, 188 and 1887, as an..erroneous. as- F. H. Houghton, Mrs. J., P. Miller, Mrs. r

f has signified its willingness to put on n of the Indian River Steamboat Company. ce:- mcnt. Gus Miller, Mr. Dickens, Mr. C. II.

I1 i.-I vessel can dttertninp whether or not it An apology is certainly due Mrs. \Vat- Order No. 11-On motion it is ordered Walton, and several others whose names

., -:; t''I will pay to establi.-h a direct line to and am. that P. McMillan be appointed a committee were forgotten in the excitement apper

If from New York. Once in operation, patronized ------- --- of one to examine and inspect the taining to this auspicious and unexpectedevent.

; by our merchants and fruit Darius N. Avery, a mill man of De- bridge built by Fred Houston, contractor .

f.,i. growers of South Florida, the line is sure troit, Mich., said to be worth o,000,000, across Sebastian River, and to report Refreshments were bountifully supplied

"I t"1l';: to become permanent, and our people will has just purchased from Col. L. A. Barnes at the next meeting.Whereupon and the evening was pleasantly -

save thousands of dollars annually of 1,240 acres; of land in sections 16 and 21, the Board totk a recess spent in dancing, singing and instrumental

I i their profits that uow iro, and have for township 9, range 18, fourteen miles until 2 p. in. After recess:; the Board music, Mrs. M. E. Titus, Mrs.

t : years past, into the coffers of railroad and northwest of Gainesville, a fine body of convened at 2 p. m., the !same members Ensey and Mrs. Henry Titus presidingat

steamboat companies.IRRIGA. timber. Mr. Avery has also recently present, except J. M. Sanders. the piano, while several-amongst

----- purchased! from the heirs of Archie Cole Order No. 12.-On motion it is ordered them being Mr. Purdy-joined in the POWDERAbsolutely
I that sealed bids be advertised singing. About ten o'clock the company
: : 1 770X 12,000 acres in the same: locality. or proposals dispersed to their homes.

j For several years pnst it I has been an I Here is the way Mayor Marks, of Or- for, to build a cistern of brick, The newly-married couple have the Pure.
;,; de idera- arched over on top, to contain 1,500 gallons hearty congratulations of the STAR,
acceded fact that the greatest! > lando puts it: "Mrs. Demont, of San- one
t of water; alo: for a cistern of coquina of whose staff had the pleasure of the ThiN powder never vane*. V mnrel of per
.1 turn on Indian River vegetable raising : ford, an estimable lady, attacked: for I Strength, and whale+umenena. llorr eeoi
,c r' : rock to he arched over and of the first waltz with the charming young than the ordinary kind", and cannot be IclII .
the retaining,: flf the orange crop upon two months with female trouble
): \ being bride, who is well-known in Jacksonville, competition with the luultituil of tow tit *
;I the trees, the growing; of pine-apples strong in constitution fights through with same capacity, and also: for a cypress cistern from which place she arrived here this I j I weight, ilnm or pho.phat.. powder Sold) OIl 4
I tank of the said cans Koyal Baking Powder Cu. '0 wellNew
; or same capacity,
Ni' and other tropical fruits successfullysea good: medical aid, i is almost restored to day week. YorkGENT'S
has been the lack of health, drinks of lemonade cistern to be built on the Court house: ------- =--
'' +)n after season a heavy draught --
irrigation at the proper timr.r e have on a full stomach of calomel and lot at Titusville, Fla. Specifications to

plenty of rain in the aggregate for the die. Verdict : 'Yellow. .. fever.' be seen at the Clerk's office, at Titusville,
4. Fla. All bids to be in before the 1st of
year, but many times, when crops are _\Artesian Well at Mel:
actually needing rain, we suffer from bourne. June, 1889, the Commissioners reservingthe

t drought. Wind-mills have been constructed MELBOURNE BEACH, May 5. right to reject any or all bids. The
and in certain they do Clerk is ordered to advertise for bids in
a way JvUtor Florida Star:

good, but the final success has been demonstrated As a matter of news, I have the fact to THE FLORIDA STAR. This Space Reserved foJ.

by artesian wells. Fine communicate that yesterday there was Whereupon the Board adjourned until

't flows of artesian water have been secured obtained for the Melbourne and Atlantic to-morrow at 9 o'clock a. m.
{ : 7k' the west bank from City May 7. '89-Pursuant to adjournment
all along Railroad Company, upon the line of their
!t. Melbourne also on :\Ierritl'I the; Board met at 9 a. in. Members present -
to ; ; nud, the largest flow of artesian:: water on
s ',, lancl and on the narrow strip of land the Indian River, and within one-fourth Robert Morrow, chairman; P. A. BIRNBAUM
a' Melbourne Beach. The water i isfeliclrt'ly McMillan, and A. J. Carter, with A. A. .
f $ of a mile of the ocean. The water i is, as ,
!sulphurous, but is fresh, and is usual, sulphurous, but devoid of salt, and Stewart, Clerk, and E. P. Cronin, Deputy .

., excellent for irrigation. It can, also, be the well is but 232) feet in total depth. .Sheriff..

used for drinking,: water. These results I This gives renewed assurance of success Order No. 13-Whereas, certain homestead -

have been anxiously 1 awaited by many, to those; who have been anxiously interested land applied for by H. R.V" FURNISHING GOODS
Its ; McBride, to-wit : N. W. } of N. W. }, ,
I in the possibility of procuring fresh
ex4f sec. 10, township 28, R. 37 S. and E, has I
water so near the ocean and so far :south.:
.. different Every place on the been improperly assessed; on the tax
y crops. The water hasa pressure of sixteen pound CUSTOM-MADE CLOTHING Et''
l river having a success with artesian water to the square inch of surface at the site book for the year 1888, no final receipt ,

(r has great cause for cungn tulatiHn. It j is of the well. Very truly, having been i issued for such part of said .
homestead it is ordered that said TITUS: : aLL: :
only Titusrille that can regret that she J. A. DURST. assessment FLA.
ha to be content with flowing water be.canceled and stricken from the

from a salt mine which actually causes Proceedings of County Com tax books.

k t tr oe.tn's fluid tn turn a greener hue in I missioners.TITUSVILLE Order No. 14-On motion it is ordered

F envy of its greater:saltiness. I May 6. '89. the following accounts be audited and

i -- I The Board of County Commissioners paid:

# t In the ('asef the Pensacola and Atlantic i in and for Brevard County met according Walker Evans & Cogswell........$ 35 70
r 4 i Railwa.s.. the state of Florida to law and' to James Bowman....................... 100 00 SPECJA.L:: OFFEB. t
: pursuant adjournment, L. D. Laney.......................... 10 00 New Varieties 1
in which the Supreme; Court sustains the this date. :Members present, Robert Morrow I I James M. Thompson................. 1 25 Peaches and Plums, $10.00 perAll
railroad company, the judgments against chairman ; P. A. McMillan, John'j j1. I Jas. Pritchard,into on quarantine. 12 24 orders before June will be booked for fall delivery at above price for aD'cl

the road, secured in the lower courts :\ Sanders and A. J. Carter, with A. A. No further business coming before the following Honey and varieties Peento : Bidwell's Early and Late, Arlington, Bidwell's Improved bel
'J Peaches
; Kelsey, Satsuma O Plums,
amounted There six Stewart clerk and E. P. Cronin Board fan and other Japanese .. ,.
'1 to 15000. were deputy they adjourned until the first on Peach or Plum stock as preferred; trees three to four feet high. Term 10 t--*

,.. cases in all, the same principle being involved I sheriff" The following businesg.was had, Monday in June, 1889._ with order, balance before shipment. Best bright Cotton Seed Meal, $)tOO per tog

nil the way through. to-wit: A. A. STEWART, Clerk. JOHN B. BEACH, Indian River Nurseries, :Melbourne, F1s.

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A Dutiful SonIs RAY &
a son to any parent.
the a home of the old people and in every .A.r1ies1.an. w'e1.1 Indian River, Florida, s. H. RAY -
",ny seeks to make easy the faltering! ArtlJIRRIGATION I
feeble steps of age. This son was a wise Having been Re-Furnished, is NOW

Office of Western Agent, Altanta, Ga. Solicit Correspondence. of its old proprietor and owner. Successor to J. C. Norwood and Co., I -
yeptb Gentlemen-My father, who is in the
-secon dear of his age, has been TITL'SYKLLE, FLORIDA. JAMES: PAIN E

materially strengthened and relieved 3.1: Proprietor, TITUSVILLE, FLA.Oon'I JOB PRINTINGSUCH
of bottle of
suffering b) the use one
rourCalisaya from Tonic. Please forward to c. aHardware-. aECTC, SI Lucie, Florida. ,

Misaddress(Jonathan Welsh, High Point, 39 '
it Le N. C.,) six bottles of the same, and send J ASLETTERHEADS -
bill for the amount to me. and A. M. Hamilton & Co.,
ledothe Very respectfully, ,
)NEar This great tonic and blood renovatorcan General Produce Wholesale Dealers in Merchandise XOTE-1IEADS,
be bought from any druggist at 50

cents- and $1.00 a bottle. MERCHANT. Indian River Oysters, JJII..LIIID.

d Melbourne. Florida FISH STORE.a

The; -L.- A. GINGRAS, A. L. Hatch & Son, Green Turtle and Game.All CIRCULARS FOLDERS, ,

orders will receive prompt and careful at-
letter person. 17 ,
------- ------- -- -- -- -- I propose to keep
Rock Ledge, Florida. DRY GOODS
Bad PROGRAM.: :ii is,

1,Ior D. GAULDEN, Barrels $2.25. A First-Class Stook STREAMERS,

0 Hardware, Crocker, Saddlery, Gauged to order. ten cents extra.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Stationery, Family Medicines DODGERS,
and -OF-
Wheelwrighting Repairing.
Garden SetJs
Titusville, Florida. BUSINESS CARDS,
C. O. B.

Pilktier JONES & WILLIAMS: CHOICE GROCERIES, Honev barrels and Oval Water Breakers WEDDING CARDS,

. I:, Hay, Corn, Mapes Fertilizers. from $2.00 up. GROCERIESJDRY '..ISITIXGtns..
I AUorneysafIavr.Titusville. Tanksand
e toa Florida. : all kinds of COOPER WORK to order.

pEO. LaGrange, : : Florida.J. GOODSNOTIONS ;

Oil'0fa Yacht Sail-makers Notice of IncorporationOf

A. 31. THRASHER, The most centrally located Hotel In City. I the Tttusrille and Canaveral Steamboat

-0- 84 & 85 South St., New York, Mens' Ladies' & Chiltlrens' i and Transportation Co.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, 1. The name of this corporation shall Lc
NEW HOUSE. FIRST-CLASS IN AND "The Titusville and Canaveral Steamboatand
r Will practice In all the counties of the Seventh EVERY RESPECT. 3EI: QE Transportation Company.
Circuit and Supreme Court. 3 YACHT BASIN, BROOKLYN. 2. The general nature of the business of
Open all the year round. Table unsur- I the corporation shall be the transportationof
ALLEN E. HEYSER, passed. Bath Rooms Free. freight and passengers noon the Indian
Into and Banana Rivers and creek and the Mosquito -
Particular attention liven to Pleasure
Rates $2.5O & $3.OO ICtDar.. Lagoon, in the counties of Brevard,
Boat Sails of all descriptions. 50
sell Attorney-at-Law i Conyeyancer I Dade and Volusia, and to the most convenient -
SPECIAL RATES PER WEEK. I point on the Banana River to reach
Lake Worth Dade County, Florida. 9CLOTHING the Bight of Canaveral.

onl able Will furnish Abstracts of Title to Dade J. A. MILLER, Proprietor. EACOTT & CO., 3. The capital stock of the corporation
County lands. .. shall be five thousand dollars, divided into
resr J. FIUTCIIARD,President. TITUSYIIiLE, ..,...\., fifty shares of one hundred dollars each,
F. LEWIS, \V. M. BROWN,Cashier. twenty-five per cent of the face value of
J. TIN&SHEET-IRONWORKERS. : said stock to be paid up by subscriber on
i the delivery of his certificate of stock, the
Civil:: Engineer and Surveyor, INDIAN RIVER BANK. i balance subject to till on vote of the directors -
I notice.
Titusville, Fla. GUTTERING, ROOFING, 4. The corporation shall commence
TftuKYlllc, Florida.A the filing of its articles of
Gent's Furnishing Goods, incorporation I
.Manufacturing of Tin Ware.
R. B. BURCHFIELD, ;: with the Secretary of State and the clerk
GALVANIZED WORK IIf court of the counties in which it shall
SACTED. ALSOCROCKERY operate and continue for the period of
And Repairing of all kindsLocation twenty years.o. .
Exchange bought and sold. Special and The
business of the shall f.e
by mail will receive as promptattention prompt attention given to collections. Loans company
first for Savings GLASSWARE conducted by a president, vice-president,
as calls in negotiated on mortgage ,
person. Banks,Corporations and Individuals. Interest : MAIN ST., near river.a secretary, treasurer and five i1*rectors. The
Address: Georgiana, Fla. allowed on time depo&its. : directors i shall, for the first year, be the un-

Advances made available collateral. Icrsigned incorporators! :ncl l shut! hold until -
TT. F. ATKINSON. Approved business paper discounted. FOR SALE I their successors are elected and qualify.
Drafts on all parts of Europe.Business An election for director shall be held l.y

JUSTICE OF THE PEACEFor Every favor done,at consistent Jacksonville,with rates.sound The Elegant vote of the capitall'toek&t the principal
banking, cheerfully extended. ollice of the company in Titusville, on the-
the Second Justice District of Bre- CORRESPONDENTS: Bank of Jacksonville, RESIDENCE AND GROVEOF first Monday April, A. I). 18HO' and
each subsequent The L'oard of Di
vard county; Court days, third Mondayof Jacksonville, Fla.; The Seaboard National year. *
Bank,New York. 23HAVING Goods.These rectors shall elect the president, yicc"president -
each month. !,. t:. BARN, Ship Chandlery
secretary and treasurer, who may be
MALABAR CIGAR FACTORY.II. BOUGHT THE INDIAN ROCK LEDGE, FLA., directors or not, and shall have x we:r to
consolidate any two ofsaidollices i/decided
C. StarcK, Proprietor. RIVER BAKERYWe Containing seven and one-third acre- ,'xl'l>dicnt. Director and oiiictrs shall be
of land fronting on Indian River. .stockholders in the corporation.
Manufacturer of fine Havana and Do- will Keep on Hand Every Day (>. The I highest! amount of indebtednessor !
Large, Roomy elegantly
mestic Cigars. Trade supplied with fine liability which tne corporation may .
hand made odds. Orders promptly filled. finished. Also a Three-room COTTAGEand will be he main features of my at any time subject it-elf shall} not exivcil
Factory at Malabar, Fla. 28 FRESH BREAD, CAKES, PIES, outbuildings. One of the most desirable business, but orders sent me for anything -, one-half the face value of the capital stock.
---- --------- places in Rock Ledge hammock.For kept in any store in Titus R. P. PADUISOS,
Egret and Heron Plumes and ETC. ALSO ville will be promptly filled. I r. J. 'fiFi'Is.
price, terms, etc., apply to
r Skins, X. N. PENNY.
r GREEN SALTED ALLIGATOR HIDES, Etc Bottlers of Sodawater, Ginger J. ;r. l)ixox,

r LETHE Will buy Fruits Eggs Chickens April 23rd, 18S!>. I.Notice. .
Ale and other Drinks. -
Prompt Rcmittl ces.-.Ad rc's! .
GINGRAS GROVEAT Or any Country Produce my customers
J. K. CILLEY & CO., or friendmay bring All concerned will take notice that six:
52 No. 76 Gold street, New York. ALL ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT to market. months after date I will present my final

ATTENTION. ROCK LEDGE, :FLA., account Honorable::\Minor.Jcno,('oun-
N A UMA.N'SNEWSPAPER ty Judge of Brevard county, Florida, anti
Consisting of GG Acres of Land; 44 pray for an order dismissing! me from the
S. A. BELCHER & COMPANYPROPRIETORS I ask; for a share of the public patronage execution of the last will and testament flfPhinels
SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY Acres Under Fence, and in cultivation and come as a supplicant, not a D. Wesson, late of said county,
in Orange and Lemon Trees, dictator, asking for your favors.If deceased.
22 Acres in Bearing; all in courteous treatment,good AnXI: ::\[. WESSON,
For terms and sample copies addressCHAS.H.NAUMAN. TITUSVILLE, FLA. First-class Condition.For goods: and low figures is oO-Grno. Administratrix i
the candidate for

particulars apply to or inquire of public favor,
A. FROSCHER, then I'melected.

Titusville P. 0., Brevard county, Fla. Florida, L. A. Gingras, Esq. Pianos&OrgallsIf

Keeps full supply of metallic and wooden Or to G. J. GINGRAS, on the Premises.at Agent for Chattanooga Plow Co.,

PORTER &: POTTER:, Coffins, Cases and Caskets. Rock Ledge, Florida. Chilled Plows Mills.and SugarCane

Funerals attended if desired. All or- 43mo.. you want to purchase a
executed and at reasonable -
ders promptly Piano Organ write to the
or un-
Real Estate Dealers, rates. Embalming done. aOk L iw n House\ dersigned or give him a call.

Can sell you any of the instruments -
Lake Worth Dade Co., Fla. EASTEUXJIAIRDRESSING Lake Worth, Dade County, Fla.
SALOON. of the best and lead-
New House and Newly Furnished.
FOR SALE. shave Rooms single or in Suites. ing makers at prices that defy
If you want a clean and easy ,
A tract of land on Indian River in the As clean as barber ever gave, NEAR THE INLET. competition.
county of Brevard consisting of 8S Just call on nie at my saloon, M
acres; it being lot :No.3, and south half At morning, eve, or afternoon.I'll r

of and the lot northeast No. 3, being quarter the southwest of section quarter 35-, To cut suit and the comb contour your of hair your with face grace; Best View of Lake and Ocean, ., Pianos and Organs sold on toe Mail-!

of the northwest quarter of section To vou I'll give a good shampoo, *
36, both in township 31 south, range 39 The art of which is known to few. And best Hunting and Fishing groundson rat Plan when teird Discount!

east. This is a very desirable piece of Mv scissors sharp,my razor's keen, Lake Worth. a, I,M, ss iea
hammock, soil of rich quality, suitablefor My shop is a ways neat and clean, I to Ctarcties on Organs
the raising of all tropical fruits. Is And'everything I'm sure you'll find, Fine Lawn shaded by monster Oaks All correspondence will receive prompt
situated at the Narrows, near Enos postoffice. To suit ythe taste and please the mind. and Tropical Growth, both attention.E. .
Will sell cheap for cash. For And now to all who patronize intend Wild and Cultivated. .
Particulars address Just come along and bring your friends, Try us once and you will come again. H. WAGER,
E. M. LOW, And I assure you I will try .
0 ept.3. Brock ton. Mass My very best to, satisfy. may* ALLEN E. HEYSER, _Proprietor. .. s. B. V.I Titusville,. ,..' Florida.
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I,."', ( i- I Consumption Surely Cured.
let Bm
I :I AtHeni; Gat, man, arid would not e
000 the punch Cowl alone ben; estimated '?MAN'5 WEAR. ter. He was obliged to seek the assistanCe of I To THE Eorrou-Plea.e iulorm your wen tku

( CURIOUS THINGS OF LIFE. at kl0OOO. The value of the china at Buckingham the police i I have a positive revert,, lur tae at.cl\e-. jdisease.
By iw uuielj u e 01
Classic outlines prevailCorsages I hope4a.!
palace and that of Windsor together The points of a good pug are the coat of a canes have been ptrnjaiitntl> curru. I iiU u
'j: 'dlr. fc. D Reynolds of Rockford :ch., is thought to exceed considerably 200,000. I are fancifully draped. warm fawn color, a dark streak along tha glad to herd two bottles of n..\ rt'u+ttly rkik to&a rot
;, !.r*:ln; buttons made: of i"20 ;gold pieces oa his and dinner dresses are demi-trauieu.. double twisted : your traders who b4\e CVU U1u ,t.uu n U "I'1U
Tunis Kairwan can now sown back wide chest, tho tail ,
clothes. The holy city of : a I scud we their exprt-iM null".t uthce *uurt-k..
be entered by Christians, and its mosques can \r itetoil ts will ha ea "run" as usual thus like a pretzel, three folds of loose skin set Kr pcttuil.v.T. .
I''f Private det: iare now employed tc be visited. The great mosque has L li ccl- : jea-iu. like a collar around the throat the muzzle A. SLOC .J. M. C., 1'1, earl .t., NV* lurk

r '? tratcb the gifts: at fashionable weddings in nuns of marble of every conceivable color Pile raspberry, aurore, old rose water square, tho nose small, g" Sglo eyes and the ,: :U ----
\ Phi dphia.. of architecture, and is, face soot black. --
and of variety colors.
q : every and terra cotta are pet ,
J';, d AcowTs.n9bas been formed in New York I I:1 i perha'v, the next in beauty to the great green cloaks of cloth will bo Boston boasts o: a dog, the member ;)f a .\ man who has practiced uifdiriue for
: ( Stately Connemara 40 to know theole- yearoutfit truiu
for i : : .
\:1 vriuch proposes to make machines mosque at Cordova. ; at family where fish is always eaten on Fridays, 34.gar
\ autccuitically byI worn for traveling and upon chilly days ; read! what lie *:iyTOLEDO. -.
\,',... ', livery of postage; stamps One cf tb? evil effects of fog in London is Seaside resorts. that for some time past disappeared on
: dropping a coin in the slot. its baneful influence upon flowers The head or country Thursday evening and was not seen again O.. Jan. 10. IsST.3Iessrs. .

i i: ; Five years ago a good specimen of a gardener of the Royal Botanic society has rePorted \ The princesse dress, so well in! all liked its old by ladies time: until Saturday morning. Investigation :. F. J. Cheney t Co-G 'iul jnen:
; back
I f mummy could be obtained in Alexandria that the recent darkness/ and fog Lad rl full figure, comes showed that the intelligent; but heretical -I have IMHMI in tilt! ;':e i'ril practice of

ir!! :: for &>. The price has now advanced to $15, nreatly mjixed the bedding: an-1 other soft grace with added beauties. brute spout Friday with a family where meat : iiunlieiiie tier nio-t 41) yrir. and ,,"HUf,]

I; : with 61 extra for a real ol l veteran. \vooded plants so that a dearth of flowers j Some pretty gowns in redingote fashion was eaten on that day.A Miy that iu all my jiractire dial cxp!ri-

.i. ,' Jt. fit* nas got hold cf a man who ta might be :u: cipatcd in the spring.: have the under dress and over dr.lX'QCill. I| duce, have never art n apreparan-nj that

.k4 stolen tweaty-eignt bor > in pis raontbs. and I II in? in a graduated demi-train to the' floor. 1 coulil prescribe with ammh '''Judj -

; .. 'I hei.. not oaly r>i..; ty-two year of ae, butr' PERSONAL GOSSIP. I! Most cctton dresses will have full sleeves, FEW STATISTICS.There deuce or sucee:, a> I ran II a 11"., f ,;; leek

,:... j !{ ., lame n.-ar-ig'tad and aifTering nits a:-thma.A I {I unless the wearer's arms ba very large, is (.'un. maiiiilacinred by y"ti. IIavcribeti .. pre-

.' which case easy fitting coat sleeves are pre are 3.CW languages known. .- it :l Teat many iim.;tall it:4: ,.r-
:.' rn church at Almont 3I1 h., rat-r- money Vice FresUent-elect Morton is an accomj j
: ferred. of is I,ICO. uondcrtul.. and \\onlil ..... i it
L in hE The total religious ; feet v "uu-
I iii a Do'elT'a.., A box placed pliihed wjji: player. j
r< :: church and the members on their birthdays. At cci>inet meetings Secretary BayardUd'Ch always -, Pompadour brocade, with background; inlovelv There an -i,COO.OCO adherents of Chris j c111.-iou that 1 hap"t !"* fi.Hl'i arot

t (1', drop as many pennies in the box as they arc chair. rose and gold tints c lt'dd.:1Y': ," tianity. Catarrh that it wotiltl not cure. it they
a rocking
'" ; old I makes beautiful toilets for bridesmaids'wear. the 1 woiilil take it aeeor-HntT t" dirrcti,,a! *.
of inhabitants! en
years Rev Pj:Hips Brooi:- delivered a sermon recently The total number -om'Trui '
; I ; ,} .
4 t Forty tons of stone have been I left on a scaffold of :.'.w words in fifteen minutes. j jMr. globe is 1.-t,0 0OOO-
1... L. GoustX'lf )1. D.
I f. fifty feet hirh in Mark Lane. London, Handsome spring toilets are made of printed .'0:' 00.000
number : :
i Roman Catholics : ,
Elaine will not sit down with thirteen Th Ullice :!15 Mnnii.it
I j jpc SL
have Flowered and eolienne,
and the people! jutwoke tissues. beugalino
for ,
two th
pa.i I tS.ttXMXJO
years Orthodox church. ;
he table He has faith in tho Greek
? great
pl \Veviil give ::;lW lor auCht 411 tauirrh
feel with are favorite -
t' something large bouquets
up"to the fact that they may sprinkled : 4
dreams, an-i ba a sign for almost every occurrence j Protestor: churches IZ JOCOUW. : that can not IH cured i \\itll1al.-;

:. drop of life. j patterns. The strongest of the heathen! religion, Catarrh ('ur... l\iken int"rii: :tit\: '.

Peter Clark, an Ohio lad bung to a beam John \\lna.I:1 .er. of Philadelphia, never I Some lovely French ginghams; on display numerically are Dr::. ,:\::' .1 w.tii 1i': '.(tO, F. .J.l'UE\EY \: lO.1'1 I 1'. 1 .f.0.

k }" on a railroad bridge \ a train cf fcrty- drinkrno.i drives tat horses goes yachting j have basket stripes, broad and narrow stripes, 000 devotee and BuddL:-... i.s::i %;!,tlt VUX u __
. "'' sit: freight: can al over bL bead and hs: crochet stripes, and art in all the daintiest
p1-.y : .
1 iiT,009OOi.adherents. \(
r ncr FLy billiard He never went to a j The other heathen rcligio.inve
be couldn't lo it again for the best cu- combinatio of color
theatre .)r 'j .
.. < tnr diN ever made double cashmere an f' D : '
Ne m ".!' Hail! the other: day received a letter 1 i The hems of gowns Of the non-Christian peoples the Jews nu!:n- ii" [

,. 1. .\ Ixjstonarti.t tabad an eloquent tribute fr->:n 21r Sjvirjreun! ii which thel'elebratI 1 j I tri.nmed with leather either of a beige hue lu- about :CJU.UUO, :) > ; the llohammeilanii 1U: .tI ,

7. k-:. piid tn urn liy a gama cuc!:. tie painted ed UaTl:.1 pivacher remarked: something: I (mntanned'! and embl ordered with metal l CuU.OOO coasting of three dl"Lknsl': b L @ rl

i I" R the bird so naturally that it became excited of the *t laic crtenL> solemnity when I am in I'I threads or black morocco against a deep red niu*; SLuites and P;ahabites, and fully TC t.j ;J

} when homi its likenev and with cak and it.," .' ground.Broad. smaller sects..

-l; spurs destroyed the picture i brimmed and tow crowned hats are FOR TO2P2D i..iiia.3.A .
CAL roTtscC" 1> about to ftart to take up I
t ; A MLi =ippian b a the er: ration of Thibet, in which Prjeval-i, DAUGHTERS OF EVE.3iir forpit171vrr Jeraao ahoesytt.
,- J.I- ague for '.-nty-.weed straight years vritb *ki lu.: 11.... life. Joseph Martin a French- I:! model-the H.omeo-indin slightly; upwardat tend alit! i>roui.i-c-i
i, only cn? break of three weeka. tit- sit cut the side and is ornamented by a bow of
man. \v; a.-. > Mon attempt to enter:: Tibet i. Ellen Terry has taken possession of Sick Head.ache
to teat the,i-hake at their own game, and: velvet ribbon.Graduating. j
-select" '
from i London house built
her new houso in a according
there are I.VI: pound l left of him yet. cf white nainsook and Costiveness Rheumatism
t: One -ii tho! fancies of the ting of Wurtemj: j 1, gowns : t'j her own plans.Dr. Dyspepsia, -
belted waist with
: .. Living: ia Japan L very cheap. You caarent berg. itt; a<*erraiu whether the", moon is inhabited : embroidery have empire !l:1r. Walter has settled down to hard
I Skin and Piles.
insertion in the sleeves and down the front Sallow
JA. ; a big; boi-e. keep three servants, have a :'u\ cad..in;; photographs: to bo taken wlJr ::;b"i..:> now the telegraph: : editor of a ,
!; drive anti live ciT the fat of the ( and a full gathered skirt of five breadths better remedy for theae
k. every .lay of that lun.iary: and then magnifying: thetiegative.a j Washington newspaper. There ia no
with insertion in rows at the foot above the than Tutt's' Liter
land fur ) i per wecrln addition to this thu uun-lr thousand! fold. common disea.se
i i Mrs Cynthia Hathaway Savoy, Mass., ill Price,25c.
'f l j natives will take olT their hat to you. hem. l-c.ls, as a trial prove.
.4. Capt. n4lmua 1.. Zalin ki, whose experi- celebrated htr 100th birthday the other day
j John LciU-ndcrfer.. of Ecaver Falls, Pa., mcns n'itu the ,lynamite gun have attracted The list of summer: dresses is lengthened by by dancing with her eldest son, who has Sold Everywhere.DEAENES9 .
I the addition of washing silks and washing ,
f I'I bled to death as a n>ult of having a tooth \vi-eprva,1 itt: :::iml. was born in Poland : .: passed tO.

1: pulled.. i veraJ puviicioas attended him about ftlrt --twoti:" ago.;: He joints era i Scotch flannels made", up with plaited skirts A Green Bay ifiiller tent QU Victoria a eURED UR PMl"IN.COSHiCW>
.. and waists. Flannels showing mixtures
1 but were uaaLIe to check the tow of blodi. alil: ." s>:rJf in 1&A.uen a mere stripling."Chippy ; I: spencer : barrel cf fi....ar over five years ago, and shehasn't 'ear4&t1aeiJ1. Cosfort.IIU.bookpm .
make useful tennis
of n-uoJm cotton
Ho Sons a troag, healthy man ia tho prime Orton." one of England's most ; : tie-1: him Perhaps her bread able. Beeeeurblwheresllrrnedle.faiL >JiPARKER'S
t of life. j jemiiicut i gowns and boating dresses.. yet. tne. ddl'UI orca1IOA Y.ILtWS.ass...,.....,..1- r.
\ !"port, was arrested iu Moj.te Carlo i i wouldn't ri e.

4 A London cabman was arrested for excessive for attempt at"leadymt'neyttttiL=." ile j(I Long, princes shaped dresses are very I II t!! Hiss Jean::Ctt3 IlalforJ, daughter of the

I \ 1 cruelty to his horse by hipping.: Upon merelyhov.e! l a :;\m(' note. but it w"'. <.. r.t in I{I.I slightly: draped at one side; and separate :i president-el.::s private seercari3 living athoroughly

consenting: to give evidence against the cab the gaiiii.iiiig Lou.: The Duke of Houuitoij: '. panels of plain Chamber are placed in the ai life Orlando Fla. Sho z. HAIR BALSAMCleanses
: ::i' near and beautifies the hair.
sides and back of directoire redingotes to be
from whom he hired the horse he himself .
t owner got Lan clear.Prosi is frequctetu seated upon a load of hay -- Promotes a luxuriant: growth.
above embroidered skirts of the
was discharged and the owner was sent i-!,'nt ClpvcrJ! it is c ert?.'.. !:::..- i' worn same 'I and oral ,: teaia of frisky mules.ilrs. Never fits: to Restore Gray
fabric or of white embroidered muslin. Hair ta its Youthful Col-r.
to for month.
prison a never orossed the t!i e fold: of more :hua two : '
; Tlart Delaud:: tie author of "John ; ;Prevents. PanilruiT amt hair fil.ing
." t .1 strange phenomenon is observed in connection ,:, Washing IIOTIC* outside the cabinet rirvlo, i' Some exquisite demi-season: capotes are Ward, I;r '-..u.r," took: a year and a half to 5.. anrl !U"OSGOOD"nt.t n'-t.

with the natural gas supply at iloat- : He ha.. tunxr seen con 'Tes.t: : wurk and in I shown. One in particular is of gold net with complete her masterpiece: rewriting the manuscript -

pelier, In'Su hours out of every twenty- four years"h? bas nut once entered a department : comete trou-trou ribbons insertions of flax threaded blue. Wider with narrow ribbon sis times and reading and correctingthe .. J. t fOI". _IM':' both SAMPLE fir..write FREZ w.EO.A.SCOTTNew "

four the gas runs down to a minimum, and building.CanMnal : : almost as often. She claims that Tork city
'j I of the same shade is used for the bow and ;
+ six hours daily it reaches a maximum The Ilaynold, of Hungary: who is one the motive of the book was uot theological,
J strings a wreath of mignonette outlines the
f movements coincide with the ocean tides. of the greatest botanists in Europe has presented -!i ; her real purpose being to show the power of
brim, a dainty cluster of white wild roses
j i V. S. Smiiirl 5:JJ.
.. .; his celebrated herbarium to the Hungarian I : love.
A Buffalo man recently counted the motions -
trims the front and the soft is
I crown plaited | Sent on trial. Fre:?v.t
; : made by a barber's bund during theE National museum. It contains over Mrs Cleveland is fond of
J I in Beguin shape.-Cloak: and Suit Review. very waltzing; paid. FclIyWarrued.
process of shaving one man, and found themtd 3UUO .Vmeriv.'an s-pecirnens. ; but up to a few nights ago; she had not 3 TON $35.

be OTS. Add to this the motions made by The prcteit sultan is one of the most enthusiastic ,! CURIOUS THINGS OF LIFE. i danced since she had entered the White Houseas Other sizes prcport.ODoateJy

,'" the bn.rber.mouth tho while and the result chess amateurs Li Europe. lle7 ill mistress. She and her husband have no low. Agents well paid. Illustrated c.ta.c;u.

f is a marvelous sample of what may be got for play the game for hours without intermission English fakirs paint sparrows yellow and prejudice against the waltz on moral grounds, free. Mention this Paper

ten ants ;I, and will not allow any matter cf state to i sell them for canaries. : but they decided that it would be more dignified CS3COD) in TECHTS01T, Shgjhasts: S. fc

{ A young man found vrith a pedometer interfere with the problem in which at the Rila Kittredge has written one of ex-Pres- I j for Mrs. Cleveland to abstain from ...

_,. f f, found that in twenty-two dances he had i i time he is engaged. i I ident Cleveland's messages containing 15,000 ',: dancing in public. ; HINDERCORNS.

;' : traveled thirteen and a half miles.: It is dollars -i i A thoughtful and worthy New Year's gift j jI words, on a postal card.o. ,I 1 i comfort The only to rare the feet.clue 15c.for at Corns Pragjn Stops t H all racox pain.Ot C Evan
J to cents that every belle at that ball was that of Prince Charles of Sweden to bis I I i
i j A salmon the Pacific coast had
I caught: on
( coul n't go down town a half mile without mother: the queen. It was a set of furniture j an iron spike seven inches long, with a half j jI J i To Sallie. i i .ARE YotT CONSUMPTIVEHare
taking horso the beaux either, I Lo.ely! Collie: only rapture t' Rmnc-bJtlee Astlima. Indi : (
a car or for a hospital room for two patients, and it TOil on n. >nf LM
inch head in its stomach.
"" ,I Tbnils when catch : PARKER'S: CINCER TONIC. It huCtmdthe
tt for that matter. me your eye- ,
has been in the in theRoyal
placed queen's name wor t-f t'4Lt! i*t'UJ.-t remedy tvrlUas an ia<
An oyster recently dredged up in English j When I touch your lily Queers i :!"r.-. 1t.14"c."t' I Teket" t'rrp 5Uc c tl 11-IU.
'il 4i A curious discovery bas been mado in hospital at Stockholm. AH sadness to
waters measured 7 inches in length, the same : GJV seems fly.
.. Washington regarding a patrol box on Samson '1 C. T. Studd, the famous athlete, who at in breadth, and 20Ji inches around the out- I MADE WITH BOILING WATER.
Lovely Sullie. lonely &I1i.
I i street. It seems that a police officer slept ; tracted attention of the foremost leaders '
; as one sido .edge, and weighed three and a half : Backing in those cf jet
at the station house and used the patrol box eyes
i, in the mission movement in English universities PoundsWhile I, I can swear you are more lovely

t as a kitchen and eating hou::.c. It was littered hi* .:!li'll himself with Geu. Boot I the church members of San Jose, I Than the loveliest of your set. : EPPS'SGRATEF'UL
with an oil stove and a necessary array of i| of the tfalv.-tioii Army and will lead in an I
Cal, were raising $5,000 as an inducement
r I II I And I ne'er can be as happyI
iiiprovised ( were grease, |! aggressive: movement in China. I for a certain revivalist to start a revival in .I As the rose: upon your breast ,- 'F"ORTING.'OOOOA.

',, while the floor was covered with of I Sir Arthur Sullivan, when a choir boy of the town, a poor, hard working man died of j! Till by you my all important

bread meat cheese scraps i the Chapel Royal, composed an anthem, and j starvation. j|i Question is sincerely "Yes'd." '
ix i it so pleased the bishop of London that he A lady who lives Ga Once a Week
i near Lagrange, ordered j -
r Threo years ago John Wright, of Pike J I bt't the little author a half sovereign. hid her servant girl to fire the stove !
.1 r Bounty, Georgia; lost his sight, and oculists I cia Mr. Sullivan wears around his neck as a I to j Whore Caution Is Necessary.

whom he consulted agreed that there was no J talisman! while composing, till this day. I did preparatory as she was directed baking some but when potatoes.the stove She j i Tailor (taking measure)-Seventeen half- i MADE WITH BOILING MILK.

possibility of his The I! twenty-seven quarter, thirty-eight half, stopI
ever seeing again.
The best point of the at tho door the house
I evening; Phelps was opened cat was found
1 other Mr. a moment. 'Gets his head down under the
day as Wright sat on tho porch in I I
dinner in London is thought to have been in baked to a turn.
I the sunlight his eyes began to itch violently. I I I j customers arm, with his feet up on the table) I RHEU1\\ATIG1a-
Sir Frederic Leightrn's sr)eech when he said: t \
v He rubbed them and when he took Croak, a Gloucester fisherman, recently I make: that thirty-seven quarter, I see one
"As an artist ha drank to; another artist, a !
away his fingers he was conscious that he found in the stomach of a codfish :I lung is gone.CustomerYes.

t could distinguish objects dimly. During tho : gentleman who excelled in one of the most I which he caught on the Grand Banks a Victoria ': it's all ;gone-cue lung. i/ \ScioticPains .B
admirable of all arts, the art of making' I
day his power of vision increased, and at last many I jubilee medal. The small Maltese cross j j Tailor (dubiously You understand this is

accounts the old gentleman was in a fair way I friends. with a photograph of Queen Victoria in the I i, to be a cash trade, of coursesCustomerCerainly :i Afoul? ',,1..,. and Rn-k, Hir., Ki
,ll to see as well as ever. The old Marquis of Donegall, who died the t''I' center, and even the ribbon attached were .j I cash on the naiL : PaiD!'. Rheumatic Scutic. Sharp and W..kr:$

r; I other day iu his lXth year- was a typical Irish I but slightly harmed.Dr. .I Tailor-Twenty-nine half-nineteen at the i tt-"am Pains. Iflt-vptli PJ] >The)1.1' imimtf. b? the (Oirtioura-
I j i nspatn.kOhuP
STRAY BITS. nobleman uch as Lever depicts in his novt is. Rawlins, of Sandersville, Ga., was i knee. That's all sir. All right, sir. The : Htr.*ti<'tli.M>trg t-I''t'" .3 IM : Ih-

.I I Ho was rich and spent his money in his own called to visit an aged colored man- An old 'i i goods shall be ready next week !' T.-The t for it frt At, I CHEMICAL .. htrlro'.
where he lived the of
The cost of tho Paris exposition will be $10,- country his life. His greater part woman who was waitin; upon the man Epoch. i Plmpt fI, hlacfebt-ads. charged and oil: akin cnredCrrHTRA
000,000. :t son, Lord Belfast, who succeeds proved to be his mother. When the doctor ; hy NAP.
t him with home rule. Chicago Criticism.
sympathizes 1--
1 asked the --- -
,t A black man has been all woman, who was 85, how she was 1i
corn- Bunker! Hill I
+ that 1
In a letter to tha Harvard of Baltimore she you CHICHESTER'S ENGLISHPENNYROYAL
pstitors in wresting ia France. I society I feeling replied: "I'm party well, but I- I i
ML, James Russell: Lowell says that my mother is getting rather feeble now" I II t belong to a Browning society in Chicago, It

A new Buddhist temple, to cost upward of.COO.lOO I' his health is not what it was. He writes: "I I One of the :I Miss Wabash. What is your opinion of this ; PILLS
; $; is to bo erected in Kio questions put to the school children ,t great poet?
o have been compelled to avoid, so far as 1 ,I of Cambridge Mass., the other day j i Miss n.abash-In { t 2Z3 C2K3 rldllwSSt ZLt l .
The fires in London i could all excitement and fatigue. I have : metaphysical subtleties : ba.t.hg.t.
la.year averaged was "What is skeletonP rt
I : a Among the f
he is Mi
therefore j i no slouch, but there is no more lyrical Npal t..i. 3e er
about five a :1y-a material decrease com I steadily declined all invitations that answers were these: "Whea anybody dies j Ash for CktcJutUr't f*$Mi
p:1rcth litoT. : would ia any way expose me to the risk of I the flesh dries I slap dashabout him than there is in a cold I',,.., Di&aoad Bread is red .*.
up to the bones and makes a I UOIM besad wub baa nkIM -
either." I salli>a Burlington Free Press.
The lighting of the Hoosac tunnel by electricity I t skeleton;" "A skeleton is bones in the mu- i .>..e At rmcslta.Ail:yOUU. Ae t*!*pttketv

,; makes: tho track visible, when there is The amer of Bokhara has mado a stipub.I I seum;" "When you die the doctor can makea boatel base. pi>k wr |>9 n.H. atts.>t.adwaterf ....
The Grocer to HI )&. s-.I... _,.c
no fog, a mild ahead of a tral:l. I tion with the Russian government that while skeleton of you;" "When you grow into a I Boy. ......Ian aa.t"lidleff.t.a.la--..
'; articles of Russian manufacture are to be skeleton are sent to Harvard The dreary winter's nearly gone Icter. _, I'd.... aaa. 10, sp IdP-
you college to .... ..
A solid bed of alum, forty feet thick and a i The grass is turning green; I't'oIDUBItSwbolaareue4&MtD. hpn
|I freely admitted into his dominions into on.tJ
no practice
mile lung, has been discovered ia British Columbia. In many grocers'windows. John, CStcheatet Deakal ColladliloaSq.PkUaJaOTBCE
1 y; i eating drinks are to the barrier I
pass A German barber known "Pail Xew
There's enough to pucker the mouths as employed maple sugar's" sees.We .
cf tho \\'hoJTorld.. ( are intended for the use of members of I''I at Long Island City, dreamed that a \ OF 1XCOK1OUAT1O\.
i' tho Russian diplomatic agency or ether 1 i blue dragon with green and red tail 11 brush the fly specks off the lot
eyes was
r A plebiscite as to whether children shall ;( Europeans. 1 I about to devour him. He to Left over from last year Notice i> herthv given that the undersigned -
; receive religious instruction in the schools of sprang escape And in the window put a card- have formed forth
;; A few I the person a conipunr
Jays since there was sold on the monster and a crash of glass awoke him. Sew "
# Milan taken ia that maple sugar here.
; was and
i city 25,000 out i of
boulevard of Paris small He found himself purpose constructing, maintaining
of a cake for 1 sou, 'f standing at the window Boston Courier.
d 17,000 vouxl I
yes. | which bore this inscription: "Souvenir of the ,i with his head through the glass and blood and operating a railroad, or tram-road,

: Some succulent statistics are that there are Election of Jan. lS89-Bot1ls.nger: What i pouring from a ragged wound in his throat. A Great Bereavement.Mrs. from Lake Poinsett to ckledje and Co-

in the Chesapeake: 578,2 ,(0) square yards of he will promise-Eat and you will find what I, A neighbor rescued him and a doctor sewedup Lamode: (to new acquaintance-Ah, coa, with the privilege of extending U City

oyster beds, yielding about 10,000,000 bushelsof he will give." The cakes sold rapidly for the wound.A Mrs. Homespun, when I see your little ones Point, about parallel with the Indian Ltv:

oysters annually, and distributing about they appeared appetizing, but the first mouthful Paris gentleman engaged a cafe concert playing in the yard it awakens til my old er, through the town of Kockledge, ('0003

..,t ,WOUJO among 5O,0W people. told the story, They were filled with hay. company to entertain his guests at a recent sorrow. and City Point, Fla The name of said

All the slow going British gunboats on for- On April 10 Gen. Lew Wallace will be (2 reception and before the evening was over a Mrs. ITomPSpun-Qb. dear! I'm so sorry railroad, or tram-road, company it"Indian

eign service are to be brought home and devoted ,: years old. His father was Governor David i I handsome baritone of 30 won the heart of the 1- River and Lake Poin tt Railway Company

to coast: defenses and their former "Wailacc.jcf Indiana. and the anther of "Ben i j young lady of the house and eloped with her Mrs. Lamode-You can understand my The railroad is to run from Lake

duties assigned to new vessels of greater speed : Hur" was born at Brookville, in that state. j while the company was at dinner. She wore eelings. Your children do remind me so of Poinsett to Rockledge and Cocoa, with

q and more powerful armaments.A : Ho was volunteer in the Mexican war, thena only a mackintosh over evening dress and my lost darling. privilege of extension to City Point through

suit against Miss Bessie Bellwood Lon, lawyer then state senator, next volunteer : had no money, while he owes hisla.nd1adyt1ro Mrs. Homespun Did you lose a little boy Rock ledge, Cocoa and City point, about

don's most popular music hall artist in- i in the Late war, adjutant general of the state i I weeks' rent and is in debt to all the neigfcbor- or a little girll parallel with the river, j- to 14 mile in
0 formation about the prices paid for, : and colonel of tha Eleventh Indiana infantry. I hood, but neither of them has yet been beard Mrs. Lamode (with hysterical sobs-It wasa length, all in Erevan County, Florida.

a The highest price was r.n> for \\"e songs.Don't I Mr. Blowitz, tbe European correspondentof i, from. little doAmerica. The company's capital stock consist of

'.. i ,V ant to fight "Two Lovely Black Eyes" The London Times is described as a short, j SOME DOG of one hundred shares of one hundred dollars
t STORIES. There' a Silver Lining. Eta each of inCreasing
brougbtLL stout middle aged gentleman, who speaks -$10,000with privilege
with a very marked foreign and I When ills assail us, still we find such stock to 250 shares of $100
accent wears Tho
.. The new pencils for writing upon glass, fantastic and ,,: ultra fashionable pet of the hour is the This consolation left each in all. The its
clothes ,
i : porcelain and metals in red, white and blue, eccentric a mixture of bulldog, the regular heavy bull, not the slick That always tempered is the wind first Board of undersigned compose
are made by menfi't: together four Wts of g.4.digger, corsair and buccaneer. His terrier. To lambs of wool bereft. Directors:
three favorite "get upn is a red flannel shirt with .. C. B. MAG RUDER,
t spermaceti tallow and
parts One
twoparts of the most patriarchal of St. Bernards Life's
low loose full of
collar and a crest embroidered cnmpensltion.-wby II. S. 1V
,: wax, this mixture: being colored with white on is owned by Mr.'Tobin of the .ILLI.uL.LEWIS \,
Philadelphia downhearted
his bosom scarlet be
and blue striped Turkish ? POWE
,1I lead, red lead or Prussian blue, as desired. riding pchooL He isgrand&ire of If coal and flour ,
a today are high
trousers tucked great '
crimson top boots and a progeny R. P. PADDISOS, .,
J J The Sevres dessert service in Windsor .. ; So L, the turixiirj .
s ," big'Astrachan cap on his head. /'... : ,-Borton ('ounce. E. P. POBCIIER.
r caisUeJa valued bj! an expert ,fullj 1004- I A. strange do: g Ot 1Ao .the jard. of an This March 5, A. D. 1859Il3mo..


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f,: FORTY FRENCH IMMORTALS. I Shoes If any without dealer says he hu the W.L. 1&I L. C. OLIVER.
THE the bottom, Pat name him down and price aa a DFU U1, F. T. BUDGE.IOTJZDOH3 .

'i'r list of the members of the French
i academy, M published Jan. 1, Is as follows I t,r OLI"'VER, &, :

} Nol Sully-Prudhorann?. IS lest known by ,

his pJCtt", which is daily gaining in popularity t I

.{" in France. I Dealers in
is famous historian: ,
No. 2. Victor Duruy. a

and So.at"one 3, Leon time Sa minister yL best Anewu 'brougiit& GEORGIA PINE LUMBER

works on political economy and: hb prominence

as a member of the senate. ,

tic 4. Octave; Feuillet, is one of the leading

novelists and dramatists: of the day. I SHINGLES AND LATHS.

No. 5, Greard. is a well known French I
adminLtrateur.So. Ii

6, Legouve. u a famous "dramatist I i G-EJXrE AL :a.A.R.D AFI.E:

anther. of "lnenne Lecouvreur, and other Ij j I ,

mathematician pI3ys.0. *, Joseph Hortrand, is & Celebrated >!t I Sash Doors and Blinds ; Stoves Tinware and Crockery.

Na 8, v Sardou. is the most successful | ,

dramatist. !

his modern Na political P, econte works.de Lute is best known by I W. LR DOUCLA$; PAm: :: TS AJNQ OXLS9

tic 10, John Lcmcinne. has been prom!. I j $3 SHOE FORCENTLEMEN. I

pent in politics. i :Refrigerators Water Coolers Ice Cream

Na 11, C. Rousset b a well known nisto- I|I 85.00 Best GENUINE In the world.IIAND-SJo.WED Examine IiU SHOE. Freezers,

rian. : 8-1.00 HAND-SEWED WELT MIOK.

Na 12,Maximo! Du Camp, U a distinguished :( 8 1'3..1)0.50 EXTRA POLICE"AI.UE AND: FA CALF KM EUV HOI SHOE.;. i Screen Wire, Screen Windows Screen-Wire Doors.

litterateur. 82.25 'WORKING\fAS'S: ,
i iSo. iT7Bl r 13, Xavier ilaruiicr, is mot familiar 92.00 and 81.75 BOYS SCHOOL SHOES I
All made:a Congress, Button and Lace. Ii
by his books of travelHa j i POWDER
14, Due de Brogue, famous in politics, I W. L. DOUCLAS j PRICES.

oldest son of tho former minister.Na I OO 1UET FOR

15, Jurien de La Gravicre, a \\"elll O vli JCi LADIES. : TIT U S V ILL E, F LOR I D l.

mown seaman and writer on maritime sub I Belt Material. Belt Style. Best Fitting. ..:
U not old
i by your dealer, write
jects.Ka. I j W. L. DOUGLAS, BROCKTOX. MASS I ..
de of Suez Panama I ? ,':- Fr- '.. Cowl W.1f +
1C, F. Lesseps, and Examine. L. "u/ Master's Sale. I SOTICE.I .
Douglas' $2 Shoes for ; I ; ". r life v. l .eta: t ,
canal fame. I Gentlemen. : ; ".-. 5r, ,y, Ih .'3 wet.'a' tJ w7 {b'FREH I ti
I ; ;z ...., ,".Iw'''''' r Under and br virtue of final LAND OFFICE. GAINESVILLE.
No. 17, Tame, the renowned critic !and author : .I "",. .J, < I a decree of ,
v'alated. Iiesvy
of the "History of English Literature/ i FOR SALE BY "IL(,'? .. Ii ttuutmgCa.e., r..Ua auu.t tadixti bod 1 foreclosure, issuing out of the Circuit court March 30th. 1 $9. }
f.c.1'. ." : ... '! ..tWer&ta'uCl''llh.r;'. of the Seventh Judicial Xotice /hereby given that the follow
is the French circuit
No. 18, De Vogue, authorityon I r --" cud cafe: of equal n:le. I of Florida
Russian literature j C. J. HECTOR il,.. -.. J //A' \;.Uue l. ron iu each 10I 'in and for Brevanl county in a certain ing named settler ha* tiles! notice of .'

No. 19, E.rrilcu: icr, is the great moralistof : I _'" ... ..-:. tj., .. 'r "It r ran our genre'.r-.one and free...1_, : cause therein depending wherein Lucinda his intention to make final proof In sup

dramatic literature Melbourne, Fla. I ....tt'.J>;T. .'Jr.::. ',ille liD" et These 11.....if hold Tuttle (a widow), is complainant and Val. port of hi* claim and chat aid proof
.6. > im[* e tI. samples as
No. :20: Alexander Dumas, is the celebrated i .;"' -r..'l as the watch, we tend entine Gailor and Carrie Gailor and Char- will be made before A. A. Stewart, Clerk

propounder of theses. Best known by his I -..1",' .... .,; .' _,, _. ,,_ _.,_ .! in y.;" : .''for- '2 n.Free>nth, and,and shown after you them hay.la those keptthem lie Gailor, heirs of Albertina Gailor, Circuit Court Titusville Fla.. on May
dramatic works, of which "La Dame aux I '...r.-.....\.- '-< .' '"' ..i -..6.'. ,. t.to. :. :," ..iKr... ...,.j wh who! nn write. bard.at "ne"'l1.they b.become" af our ree own.i..mR prepertj'the Watch, Thotf deceased, and George F. En ev, as administrator .l-Ith,1S89 hd., viz : David L. Conrad of Canaveral -

Cornelias"is the most famous. 1 '. : : j ; '. I! .i4 SnrnpleM_ W.pay all cxprww. ftori< C".i-. r.;:;. rr t j : hI \ 8tin uad: Co., Dent 3t'l.Forttaad.Matae. north east
Na 21, Pailleron, is the wittiest French ) ." ... ,"- ,. A' '' \ i > : Seward F. Gray as guardian ad litem.of said 4 north west :4 of north eat
dramatic writer; he is the author of "Lt | ;>]1''j" --' :":. J5rgp .W'....J'. f->4.,,. 0.'-.:-.'.. .' Carrie Gailor and Charlie Gailor, infants, ;4 i sec. 14 and lot J sec. Townslrp! 2J:

Mon:e ou Ton s'cnnuie" '! r"'. n n r... : ,- ro, f" are defendants, I will. as Special Master in south range 37 east.
S33 fiewlny.Vaehtnei. He
Na 22, Jules Clare tie', distinguished writer, or'' t-. Ta it Chancery sell at names the following: witnesses to
; I_ :". J.' -- | once e.taati.b| public outcry to the high-
director of the Comedie Francaise ,., : i :. ; :. .. ... : T f _. :: t ;, /|trade to all paru. by I est and best bidder for cash prove his continuous residence upon and
N! ; \ It".. .1 p.accF oar naelineJ_ __ on Monday, cultivation
No. 23, Mezieres, is a professor and littera E1 gd "::'> L-.1 : 'l cJa : r \...:: StkSTO i rand foods.where we will the tend pople free ran 10 on,etbvm. the third day of June, \. D. 18S9, the JaoiPsM.of said land viz:
tear, inherit a name distinguished: in French I "'. ._ I person to each -a.'ity.tbe very same being the first Monday in the month Orlando Quarter-
fir; i, !: z beat mati, Nathan X.
pwink-ttuchm made and
letter .. I t'.t; "; t-. l 1' r...1lt tit!L world,with all the attachment between the legal hours of sale, in front of of Penny Henry Wilson -

>a24, Kenan, the famous religious controversialist I. "... '";.. .'.,....-: J' -- ._ .-- -- a V e.will also send free a coir pirtaia the Court House door in the town of Ti- Canaveral, Fa.al : .

author of the much talked of .L.-. :; ... ",) -i.4.J.' ; ..:..2.L...........,., WI j 's of our. la cortlT return and we lit valuable that you artmplet. tusville, Brevard county Florida, the following :0;. C. TUCKER UegUter.NOTICE. .

.'Orio" d a Christianisme." I *. "", T"* r k ,-,*-J*> ..I-"o.! '.... .'? ..., i .- u pnuw eal what l. at yoer we end.h tne.and to those after whsMT 3 described real estate, to wit : That
Na Cherbuliez a distinguished novelist. .-. --".- --_. .jk.* I S- k months all Thia thai become .our own certain lot of land situate in the town of .

No. 35, Ed. Herve, is a well known French SO".'.: '.. :' r.. ':i-, %. --:. :a, : [made property.after the Singer grand inachia pateoti ta, Titu\ille, county of Brevard and State of
and I[ l'J-JA f h' '_' V, .< M.OSt.enaitlv I # hicb bare run eat: i efort patra't LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE., i
publicist "' : _.':t .-h, "";:\t";r ttc, pi.tir 011't.snnnt' run o it it so Id for$tfi.with the Florida, and being in lot one of section three March >
No. 27. Emilie Ollivier, b a renowned law ,. .. I (2tachaent*. and BOW sell for I IS89 J a
:cr.J : : e4i I : (13)township
:" ) $ :e COt t- $:U.Be twenty-two ((22),south of ranee I -
tt.iac tiue-
yerand politician, former minister. ttr.li.".-. v o'l '; ..h tt. IIS 'fulmac&ine in the world. Ail iNo thirty-five ((3o) east, known and describedas Notice i is hereby given that the follow.
No. 28, De Mazade, b a prominent publicistand ;* ia r"..tii aaorr: ei:.. .\t i&\ .. /0. capital required. Plain named
I .. .. aura stoma Given. 1 ROM wh-write to 01 at once can ae. follows : Beginning at a point on the ink settler hay tiled notice ot hN
has published standard books on Spain Ecisir..8e: a. &r..e:1..Jlct: \;r. : : .ree the beat ewin;>machine in the world and the ea't side of Washington intention to make final proof in
: avenue
I tnatofworktof n art**er ahown toffetbrrin America. twenty- support
and Italy. !1 r erscz: ph ripldlj J hilL taUng it. 'i'li Uii til CO.. liox 740. Juguapa, 3laimas; live feet south of the intersection of said I of his claim': and that said proof will be

No. 20, Rousse, is a famous lawyer and "- ,,",' east line of said with the made before. A. Me wart. Clerk
I SC : 'S} ,'.! : : ;.: ,"cm\"'" (':- .ll'I -- ---- avenue south line Circuit
authority on French jurisprudence. I : .. 0 of the station grounds of the Jacksonville I Court Titusville. Fla.. on Friday
aca May
> S :O : '" : *":r! .';est ,
Na SO, Due d'Audiffret-Pasquier, is a weL I I i r.au i_, ..Lj....... .. 1..'......... _\.Ir ti*j reel I. and cure prepa of Tampa and Key West Railway Company, a_-lth. 1SSO, viz : James M. Webber of Canaveral -
politician and for many years a sera Fla.. hd. \O.1
from said point of beginning run east :!;3J for the south
i C 'l:7: :-i. !;
tor. !
I' PIANOS hundred feet; thence south thirty feet : east 4 of 8t.(". 11, Township 22 south,
Na SI, Pasteur, the famous scientist. I j thence west one hundred feet to the ; range 37 east.

Na re. Henri Meilhac, is a favorite play :, rM..CIATIQI. line of Washington east : He names the following witnesses to
wri ht anil uovclUt. I INa COLDS and CHRONIC COUCHS. avenue; run !
; his
north residence
along the east line upon, :r lid
33, Camilla Doucet, is a well known The jjrmS remedy for lonsvmptian, and i cultivation ot. said land viz
i r avenue to the starting point together with :
in v ;
Wasting Children. Suld
dramatic author. by Druggists. Rf I
;, i all and singular the tenements, heredita- Henry Wilson Nathan N. 1'enny. Or
Na 34, F. is of the most -----
Coppee, one popu lando Quarterman and
ments and David I.. Conrad
hr French poets. "Le Passant" first brought' I appurtenances thereunto be- I .>f Canaveral. Fla. ,
him before the public. I j i I longincr.Dated this 2")th of 31 i>. f. TUCKER. KegUter.
Na day April, D. ISbO.
Sag Gaston Boissier. is a distinguished [P1P1P11 P1P1P1I .
professor of literature. J. 1 lURNEK, j

Na Sti, Due d'Auniale, a prince of the boast; .! ... Master'- .- in- Chancery, I M j XoSice to Creditors, LesaJecs and
of I uoooins: cc Oraliam mcitors, for comi i Distributees.I .
,fourth sou of King Louis Philippe j : i
(Prickly Ash Poke P..oot, and Pota.ium.)
Na I i i plain ant. :!-.jt.I iI!
37 Perraud. ,
Mgr eccleaiasj j
prominent I I All pennons having claim and demaoL
tical writer. I! uguli; w the estate of IubertVaikeraatuu-

No. 3S, Ludovic Halevy, a successful dra i > Notice or Incorporation. |: iton:, legatees or di tributee8 will take no-

matic writer and former collaborator of No I I I lice that their claims
iuu*( be pittxrtiteu tome
,:83, with whom he furnished the libretti for .. 1. The name of this: corporation shall I within two from the date hereof

Offenbach's most popular operettas. i Primarr.: Secondary,and Tertiary Syphilis,rph- I ? its be "The Indian River Land and Improvement : or the same will year be barred and in
Na $) Jules ilitic Eruptions Scrofula and Scrofnlons Exnptinna Ii Company," and its principal place of persons
Simon renowned
a politicianNa I Ulcers and Ok Sores. Rheumatism and i a i I debted to said estate will make payment to
40, Coruto d'Hastouville, a well kuou i all disease of the blood ; nil those that hate ,, business shall be Hardeeville, Indian River, me. E. GALE
senator and writer on political subjects. resisted other treatment yield steadily and surelyto I Fli I Administrator ,
the wonderful power of P. P. P., the great -rida.Tile general nature of the bu.inexs of of Robert Walker, late.ui
: Blood Purifier. deceased.
county, !
said corporation :shall: be town improvements -
April 1, ISM). ol-Sw.
:I SCROFULA at lardec\ile and "icimtv-tle. !

l>iiiding! of a hotel, &! c.
level of Lake Tanganyika; ha: tulles : 3.
stock of the
' Is in the blood, Lumps or capital corporation NOTICE.
fifteen feet in the last tea an Impurity ; '
years I Swelling, causing Running Sores on the Arms, shall consist: : of li OU shares of $100 each, !

In Clio Philippine Islands a wilt 110weJ I Legs, or Feet, for the cure of which use P. P. P., J'JR HOMES ;:-.')(1,000 of said stock to be paid in and the All person concerned trill now take
in I the greatest blood medicine on earth. All these notice that. six nionih after d.itr I till
yard diameter has been illsfovurvdThe balance to be held by the corporation to be ; ,
the of P. P. P.
diseases readily to : ,
yield power i .
I NOT FURNISHEDWITHOUT present to Hon. 3Iinor S. June- .
question of the water supply for tart giving new life and new strength. di.I't-\!stil of for improvements as necessity County
of Uie\
Judge aid Florid.u
I shall county,
towns b attention ir require.} : my
attracting serious rial vonchf'r= as :lIhllilli [rator. with the
Japan. BLOOD POISON l Of IE 4. The coiporation shall commence its ?
: I wHl annexed!, of Thoina New late of
1 : existent'e Cm Monday, May 1st, .A.1).1S 'J
The real beginning of Chinese astrouojiis I SAVANNAH, (:a", Nov. 1, IfeSS. eaid Drevard count}'. !eceaed. and thai
Cured in its worst form ; Fo netlrnf's in casrs with and shall continue fur tw nt"ean-.
sail to bo found in th tiericd rrmxlms L Forty Thousand Southern iloutcn lade at the time I will
( I Erysipelas,where the patient was:: iu Etenlal Pain .. The officers of the corporation shall same apply tor letters
witu instruments !
c. : Jq''Y line since 1S7O,
and given up by the physicians. In eon e cases disiiiis nry from tich administration.
t Scrofulous Ulcers broke out till the party was amass '.11..' -vtiil the soot work goes on. be a president, vice-president, !secretary,
forty Inch lens Iw rcidi* foi : '' March ]3. 1SSO!
bti ra ,
: .JUO Pianos and Organs sold last
of corruption; a bottle of P. P. P. was ? year. treasurer and five directors, to be elected ; "
telescope to be mounted I on \ViLonV ,'00:' i procured, and thj disease jie.ded:: quickly.RHEUMATISM. OiulK ou r mark for this year.Lower t'rices; i ballot YSSJ \\ MCt'r..tCKEN.
i I lay
California '' ii,.tn-r Instruments; Easier!! Terms and I; on May ls r, and to hold -IS-Gmo. AilniliiUirlltor.}
i tfre.ttrr Inducements gain us this iti- i I their offices until the first Monday in' etc.

The Cape Cod canal advancedseveneighth'= i' creased !sale.Tbouands! : March, A. D. l l-O: or until their successors -

of a toile last year. Seven mile*. reniaLi tv of,tlomes yet unapplied>> "I::: are elected and qualify. The sub-.e- Xotice of Incoriiorafion.The .
be excavated And In aH Affections of the Blood P P.P.stands j Instruments might today be eujoviajf
I alone and unrivaled, and some of in cares are the.u. through our easy system! ol'aeltia!{. I juent elections for officers and directors following Corporation lias thiday <
A new bvention in air ships is: about Uln+ really wonderful.If c.n to pay down not needed.V? have shall be on the first Monday in March of been foimed bthe

Introduced ia the United States by a retii: you suffer from anything like Syphilis, Scrofula A PLAN by which, WITHOUT RI>Itsiy each year, and the terms of office for one nndersignt'lInconwrator1 I
French Blood Poison, Ulcer, Old Sores, Rheumatism one can obtaiii nn Instrument of nuv Style *, to wit: St. John and I Indian
army officer. j. or any disease of the blood, be sure and or Price, making either )JIO.NTH1, year, or until the qualification of a successor. River Canal and Steamboat Co.

Kanaff, that grows on tho shores of tht gueP. P. P. a trial QUAIITEULY or YEARLY 1'AY.ULM'N: : Capital Stock 8100.()()() dollars in +i'
P. P. P. (Prickly Ash. Poke Root and Potassium u .til Paid for, meanwhile enjoying of i'
Caspian use 6. The Highest amount of indebtedness
attains :
of feet with shares of 100
a height ten )id no secret patent medicine like the many i (:l lranJeut. dollars each.
diameter varying from two to threjocnti. on the market. Its formula is on every bottle Na (tort'onate prices. No i'.isk.o Forfeiture or liability to which the corporation can at I To dig exc.ivatean-I build a canal connecting

Deters. thus giving a guarantee of ha purity and wholeeomenena of all cash paid if Installments can- any time subject itself shall not exceed : the waters of the St. Johns ami
that no other blood purifier does give. n-t U"J rOJUllltly paid. Contract perfectly four-tenth of the stock. '!
capital !
Great interest Is felt by scientists in Mexwo Indian river by a suitable and) sufficientcanal
Bro Wholesale Prutfjjistf, sole manu- Fiiii and r :
: Incorporators
Lippuun i :
: as to to and
the transput
result of the projected exjieditior anti Lippman block, } clio ers! from all iUlvOSitiou or loss. carry conveypersons
fasteners prtprietore T ton Maine Robert A. IIarllee of Hardee-
view the ; anti! property th"I't>I'II. in the-
monuments and other cui&usdtiei I nab, Ga.LIPPMAN'S. i iI I Write us aud we will point out the to .
at Palenque. --- ....-- vine Brevard count Florida. ; Minor S. Counties ot VohiH.i. Brevard and Omng-.
1 1 yet a fine Inatrainent Eoolly nud at a Low Jones Titusvile Fla.. Robbins & Graham '!
It has ; and all necessary canals connecting said
been calculated that net less that i Price; Wonderful bargains for Fall 18SS. Titusville Fla. .Albert. Cocoa .
:*>.ro:),(XX) of ; Taylor, principal canal. To navigate; and run
meteors each t '
be amble large" enough < I Better than any before offered. Prices Bievard county Fla.; Josiah Thompson, of Steamboats upon said canal. St. John*
as a ;bOO star enter our atfcospliere .
daily. n6 L Largely Reduced. Notice these SPECIAL Minneapolis= Minn. -o and Indian River. The principal: u-

1 OFFERS iUpright lice of said Corporation shall be at
climes of men have been requlrec 0teen. Vou! ia
for I .. CfluntStah' of Florid.,.
Uw accouiplLhnient of scientific triumphs -efdq Piano only $200 ii'dq :2t t4( ,. ,. OSTKEX Fin.. )March 15. ISSO.H. .
-the ,
investigators or dibcovei ers. teachers N.tag .-E. OSTKEX.
and Popalarizera I S 'j% Octaves-Overstrung Scale-Three rr. .z: ,
Strings-.Rosewood Guaranteed .-. .1 JOHN SAULS.
1A -Fully I _J ,
Of the total area of California about one -Sweet Tone. Catalogue Price, SGUO. I C :'t: .. E- JOHN 11'. pRicer.u. .
third Cc5E
is susceptible of scan Parlor s. OJ\\.OOIJ.
sufficient cultivation tc DULLS t FEVER, Organ only $65Four -zJ. WII
Jjjswiaa moderately dense population with pu a Mat[ GEO. tit. DICKSOXV
out the aid of 4 Da Sets Reeds 11 Stops--Coupler*- '
irrigation. Handsome Case. Catalogue Price,S2UO.

during Th eider has greatly increased in Iceland t Stool Cover,Instructor,Music BOOK frr's: AGENTS WANTED. (Only $%.n.,

recent years, thanks to strict F''R S"
f preser and all Freight Paid.! :=a
and to the fact that the people an Other Special Offer junt as good. Ltrgestlnck t EARTHSEA2SKY

realizing the value of the bird. South to choose from. TEX GRAXD JI.IKER& ,.

near I :SOi Different Styles. Can hit all buyers. Write or Marvels of the UniTen; a graphie description ot
oft v process has been patented by mean. for When I say CUR I xJo rent mean merely to the wonderful thin?* In 2fior; tbrUling ad.enulrei.on .
catalogue and
r can be Preserved in casks and d1 ru ,tw ,circulars free Copy of our new stoat th- m for a time, unit then hn tuein return Land and Sea-renowned diMovcrie of frret explorer -
Afr ed to hot i;! paper "SAarpt and Flab,"giving full and valuable apaua 1 MEAV A UAD1CAL CUK!;. *. Published In Eneliah*nd 6 rmAa. M9 vii.e .
climates without danger ol information.REMEMBER. 3 *iiimntt1 HM. A OB>iAT BOOK TO Fo17.TT. i_
motion I natit Wa..o w" i A.5tl. U" O*
or decompobiuon. I Stated circular and extra tense w.gante lalst:
The PYRAFUG i FOBStlKC a Mel AILLN. CiaelnmalX; O.
amount of FITS EPILEPSY or
waste material that should i OUR LOW PRICES. ,

narrows rding to calculation, pass through tin IS CAU-K TUB i iWonderful OCR EASY TERMS. FALLING SICKNESS, { :i: PERFECTCOFFEE

every year is sufficient to make 1 Chill! and Fever Expeller! 4 ONE PRICE ONLY
eatd dam A lifelong study. WARRANT my remedy to MAKER.A .
IyA tower to tower of the Brook lac srn the chills and fever, tnuc 3 top th t''! .tC'tn.gi'C8 j BEST CUKE the worn cases. Because other have t' I 11 II1 new Indention fox f"MTCoffM
..bi o e as high as thoM towers and widel an appetite, b..ingib,gstrenethanthexlltutEr INSTRUMENTS. failed is no reason for not now receiving a cure. and TM.better thAn. taj
t is hih.t ALL FREIGHT PAID. Send once fora.treatiseandaFaEn UOTTLSof t flung sew tit.M; MTMMof ta*
guJlerer. .. ....with
15 DATS TRIAL.MONET Cotta tad* b* any
Brothers. Wholesale Druggists i i > my INFALLIBLE KEMEDT. Give Express Code or Tea Pot. Stimp1 will.
Tampa.-Garcia. Lippman SAVED A .t and Post OtBre. It costs you nothing fur a teat by malt for sweaty eeau latampa.
& -' cigar manu' sole manufacturers and proprietors, Lipp- I j trial and it will core you. Address Jtceatav KaueOtrend to

f actor ctur en of Chicago have rented the mann block.. Savannah, Ga. I LUDDEN&BATESOUTHER s- H.C. ROOT, M.C., !83PcAxiSTNrjrYoRX: and other for hell fa**particular id slag article* of this.

Pep r &formerly Co. occupied by Lozano For :?ale by J. Sc-reven. I MUSIC HOUSE. SJWUOIAK. tf ...- -. -" .. -- Forsaee KcttaUn ,CinclanaM.0.

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'% *< "$! THE FLORID.ST.ill, THURSDAY, .J.Y 9, 1359..p -
s -

., i I.OC.1I. L.iCO.\ICS. -Dr. Screven and wife have moved -Mr. X. Downey of Melbourne, was !i '

in town this week. Announcement Extraordinary!
k 5 into one of the Huckabay: cottages, near
-TI1 STAB i is $1.50 per annum in
of. :
Rumph. returned from
I the merchandise store G. B. -Capt. W. B. Watson
,' advance.Mr. .
C. J. Hector Melbourne's prom -C 1pt. C. F. Fischer expects to start .;: Jacksonville Tuesday evening. {': To the Citizens of Titusville and People of Indian River:
next week fur XeYurJ;; with the -Mr. E. L. Braiaerd. of Eau Gallic,
merchant was in town Monday I
inent ,
;.( .. schooner Ellie, for the summer season ; was in town Sunday and Monday. t I We Wish to Inform You that We. Have

h, -Mr. E. M. Moore has been on a vi-it Mrs. Fi-cher will make the voyage with i! -Mrs. L. H. Decker moved into Mr. i

-_, :,I',, to theplStfewda\his home in Yolu. =ia county during i I bim. Hutchin-on new hotel yesterday.Mrs. : Just Received a Large Consignment (of Goods

-The Board of C4JUntComrni =ioner A. C. Gardner is recoveringfrom
M I Mmey Monty Money tot I
met Monday, transacted their regular her recent illness -an attack of :STOW Yc r1.
1. ;: loan on real estate. Apply to Bobbins I Di root fron:1: : ,
1 bu-ine-a and adjourned Tuesday morn- fever.
!4. .. & Graham, Titusville. found else Call and examine our &''*!* a i--w of A riche
will be Lowest Pri.-e
in;. Proceedings; : -Mrs. J. Birnbaum, who has been on Which wehall at
11 11it River Fronts for sale on easy terms I mentionell and you will be convinced that it payto trade at
: where. a visit of a few weeks to Apopka. returned -
t fur.cash. See A. V. Hi -ock, Georg'una. ..
-The sale of land for taxes way CorP to town yesterday. "THE "
,_ } 4t f Fla. lIe mean bu-ine*' }I BAZ
:-I -' .. 1-'I .I' -Me--r;; =. E. M.: Breeze and M. C. Salmon leted Tae-Jay morning. Deputy Col -Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Watson have removed -{

lector Atkinson certainly managed the from the Mackenzie cottage to :.,. ...
office 1"c
a pleasant '. ::
f of Rockledge. ?aveour I I B.5 wits (knee rant. .J.
1 .
: sale in a very 5 h. considering the : the Grand View. 1t "'0)I. .(-' S4.15. 54.f.-.; tf S 6-: .
1 call Tuesday afternoon.Mrs. t! 1: out I},:; Suits, ::--.J. '), :... -'. ::;
... : A. F. ... William- started tin- ; immense number properties advertised.Mr. -Miss I. Campbell, of Jacksonville, I Children'. Shoes, all kInd and prices. trOll 3 5c. to tiI.1S.

a : "r week for England, her former home, accompanied -: D. S. Hutchin-on i* moving the arrived here last Thursday a visit to Ii I Old Ladies low quarter shoes, Toe.Gentlemen's .

it. by her two little children. wingof the Titus House eastward and her father. i 1 Embroidered Slippers 75c.

i j adjoining the new hotel this week.! After .. The Town Council meets this after- i Brogans, !9oc.Bleached .
; () teri hell lime of A 1 quality -
.r- Muslin .5c. to 13c. ter yard.
this j completed he will commenie: tear- and bu-iness ,
S.Vatnn of El n >on quits? important promises
'j offered for sale bJ. :
r Dora. Price furnih m application.The ', intr. down the oMer) part, or main build- ; to present it-elf. 1 And :a large number of other thing we will list in this paonext

iD_. : ; week. .
--The rooms in the new hotel =!re being
Grant -
r t' tent rm Dele-pine p betn fea tin strawberries furnished this week and it wa- in'
almostwhollv -Tku-ville ha- on
L by )Ir. and Mr.-. ecr u-a
r destroyed by fire yesterday aftcrntJO:1. 1 thi season ; some of the fruit ; formally! opened yesterday.A I Traveling North or South take the

coming frurn Osteen and some from letter received by Mr. Cronin from '

:: ):.. The summer exi,dn- from Indian LaGral-ue. while few have arrived from Sheriff: Bowman i is dated from Kentucky : J)'ILaI1ory: S S Line,

in earne.Tliere ; down the rh'eThe demand has always : and he expectto return uietiaie next
River hieommenc i vin: : .ern.an.din.a.: : iD: etwc c23
started u-rth |: exceeded the supply however and many f \\ !

,. on were the over thinMonthy.twenty-five. who I of c- regret that the :sea on for thi- fruiti :!1 t.'e)1:-. and 3irs-. D. B. Grtibb. of 3Ieli ; New York and Florida, Boston, Philadelphia and the East,

'"' i i i is nearly passed.: !
-Mr. D. P. Smith, of Jacksonville, i |j i bourne came up on the steamer St. Lucie Sailing

a wa: in town this week attending: to the 1 -Afterinkin:! an artesian well to a Sunday, and left fur Chattahoochee. : FKOJI NEW YOKK: ('lTY. *'K03l FEKNANDIXA.Fi .

1{ sale' of real estate belonging to the estate *! depth of overix i hundred feet. for Mr. Monday. ; -.. i_ h hVtlRil.Al. i-ENTI I-: >H.LtTHAl: .J. LLI.fal K?t.1T.

of Frank Smith. decea-ed. 1 Jut! n M. Fea-ter.! LaGrange without -Quite a number of Eau Gallie and the Iron telm-jir5 STATE OF TEXAS, CITY OF SAN ANTONIO andRIO

I i j- -The pileiriv :ned by the J., T. Table
: u : Lzr Are large, elegant, deep-draft and comfortable, sailing alternately. ,
!' & Bryan put down piping tthe : service at it. Gabriel's: Episcopal! church .
t( and K.r.. G>. hi.arr.ed here aad i is in the best on the Coa-t.

readiness for driving the piling for the I!i depth of about two hundred feet and the : Sunday.Mis. I I SCHEDULE.

l new Dices of the tf'amb.Il: CompanyMr. I owner expectto make artificial irriga-; Beckie Minis has been in town I NORTH-: r>'D, from Fernandina cnncetinYithir.40 p. i,. train: from Jackson
1.: 6. s tiou by applying windmill power and for few her friend Mrs. )[. !
C. #. P.. Fran had ju-t tune : a days visiting vile

j.;I l 3Ir nday morning to perfect hifinal 1 1 make it au utt'-ian well" anyhow. : E. Gruber. Jhe; returned home Tuesday CITY.2F SAN :ANTONIO.: Captain? Wilder...T u1'fir, April Isth.STATE .

I and take the noon train for Cincinnati 1I' -Great improvementhave recently morning. I OF TEXAS. Captain William.- ::>tb.
; 't CITY OF SAN ANTONIO Captain Wilder............... ** .1laynd.!
1 Ohio where he will spend the -um- f i been made on the steamer Geo ima. -Quite a pleasant party gathered" to- STATE OF- TEX.Captain Williams..............o..... 9th.

mer. The boiler and engine have been lowered |'j I gether, at the re-idence; of Captain and s! CITY OF ::3SSTO IO, Captain Wilder.............. u 16th.

f -The Indian River Steamboat Corns ]1 nearer the bottom of the boat, the stair- j Mrs. C. F. Fischer Tuesday evening.The ;; I
: t; 'ml r a.; Frti':jr via )Llk ory st-aTiship Lin*from Purr N'o :1 E 1:., Xew Yore.
.. jiauy are hauling logs for the piling to a J way leading to the upper deck placed onI ; captain: expects to leave for the : ;":*teriO.1.! .!*ire. lo-..t -d at alll'r1Ulolp411'Ciil1:" iLrocfJt Florida, where tuktts a le stitucd aa.
new building near the end of the: railroad I{ theideof thesteamer.givinzmore i freight ; North the fir-t of the week. ;I indgL.ti.U: vtiaLed.tatr "fIto ..:t "f t tf ,. ......tTh1m a.irar.i-" from J"f"kK&T'iU" and F rrtarQit a uecv.z .
and varioioiber .veiatnt-: |t I ..,.lr uH jr In F I:. Ac >. Ii"mn lUfctiy to Chip's ride at FeruJLdzr&
1 wharf to be used a* offices for the manager j t room, -Go to the Bazaar: and see what five I fcl .'..ulutl..r ii'l-Tinau u can Wo.ttii.ril tot
and his assistants. t have been mad It i- said i that her thousand American dollar will in I J. vi. C'I'TLEP. P4ttLIitrt'Jt.: rz. rr Iu> and Uc aa ttrttt JIL "' .Bull*. FI*.
; t buy
., I .
i 4. UUB3Y. \:dl: Ft-Ti' i: li A. 113.i
i -J. A. Durst. nf Cre-cent City the I draught ha been made six inches lighter 1 j New York, when you want bargains i H H. R\R\Y10-IJ.' reral! Tonimh. :
) .> I and that now she will be one of the most I 1JlXu N i G1..11'ft'tt.'. T.m\-.FLar
uf the State of Florida in loot shoes clothing, tinware oil
wt'n inker ,
.,:: t pioneer,.is now(,eratiur.- ;:at Melbourne Beach, i i serviceable boats the company own- I -toves and hardware. See advertisement C H MALLORY & CO, General Aients. Pier 20 E B. M YORK GUY.
where all corre p"ndence may be addressed .!!I _The frame fur the new waiting-room 'I ion j this page.

and information be obtained. I at the depot here i is up and will be completed !! -Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Gruber have

L in few The railroad company '!1 commenced {! C1yd S \, t3b.ip Cc>.
r Messrs. G. I>. Ruuipa and S. II. Ray !i a housekeeping in earnest

;' stxrtc(I for Savannah Mondayattend morning to I: here has, at last given our town the ;I they having moved from the Lundlieue j New York Charleston & Florida Lines.
-. 'I facilities for handling freight that |; the residence ,
t' the festivities at that city tbi- I proper yesterday, to re-

;;.r":" \ ; week. Mr. J. M. Sanders, of Cocoa alp> .i I we need, and also provided a shelter fur 1' cently vacated by Mr. and Mrs. A. F. S. !' -

h left on the noon train the same day for I I passengers.: A large addition to the 1t.mams, Xorth Titusville. 1 I: -

fIf; Savannah.Mr. I I{I freight house has been added lately. : -Five thousand dollars worth of new j I

!:i A. II. Steere, of Jacksonville, I I which will be used by our enterprising : goods to arrive at the Titusville Bazaar I II

member of the firm of Littlefield & i I I merchant, Mr. E. L. Brady, for storing : inside of the next ten days ; bought for I

1.3 Steere, manufacturers of candy, etc.. I grain and heavy: groceries, feed, etc. This : *lA ffih and personally selected by Mr. II I
will aid Mr. in
was in town Tuesday, returning from a materially Brady filling ';! Gardner who i is, now in Xew York !
i i orders for down the river and shows a 27 ; : ...
in" the I I '- :;
_, trip down the r'er.. He says business I 1 commendable enterprise on his part in (,I'. "gathering bargains.Mr. I :_
4 i* fairly good in his line. {i 1 G. B. humph new residence :
.1..' securing this store room. I! The Magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed to sail as follows :
r- ; Jc: -Capt. Fromberger arrived here with I IIi ,.in north Titusville is being pushed forward :i'! (Standard Time.)
the steamer Denny Monday evening and ij -Miss Pose Ryals. of Forsyth. Ga.. speedily. The contractor, Mr. Deckr. i ..

'.. lifts returned to Daytona. lie says that who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. C. informs us that he has just closed a i I From Jacksonville to New York. ; JELAW\EE Rb, -- 3i 24. at at 13X 5.00
Oliver for few months, returned to j 'i '1:" .\ .1.E. M Jane 7, 10 30 a.m
the bank a contract for $3,000 be SEMIXULE. at
:.' the dredge is noat work on at a cottage to builtat I Tbnrmlav.. May.. 2. at 50a. m

; ; the east end of Haulover canal. Captain Georgia on this morning's train. During Emporia, in Volusia county. I CHEROKEE.I ISOQfOK.. Suul"y.I. .,. ri.!y atu.30aiu at 1:00 p. m .
Paddison him to Daytona. her stay here Miss Ryals won a host of SiIL OLE. Tturttia}, Id. at SOU a.U1' Tbrer i.tumt'1"1i ir tre k from Ii.r *., En
accompanied Messrs.
A. R. and H. U. Hodgson, I CHEROKEE.IHOQUOK. Sunday ." I&I. at 7.0U a. m ninr, New York, to Florida a.. tollo f:
-Captain Shackleford is in town this friends by her pleasant manner everyone V,f Eau Gallie, started for Chicago; Ills., SEM1NOLE,. Thursday, ". "J-X at U.t-0: a. m
Sunday 26. at 1 Art a in
e I week in the sloop Seminole, and has of whom regret to see her leave Indian Duluth, Minn., and other places for the CUEliOKEEIIIOQUOI ,- .. TLar.day .' CO, at 4:0-)a. OJ For Jacksonville,
River. Especially will she be mUsed 1 *. Suuday. June. ::, at 6.Wa. in Calling at CbarirtUa. each Tuesday and Ft'taiay
q shown many of his friends the young summer, Monday morning and Dame YDL\So E. Thursday o at 9:3u a. m at 3tH p. m. .
in the choir of St. Gabriel's Church I I
1 wilJ-cat he secured down the river. The Rumor says when they return to Indian From For Fernandina
Fernandina to New York. ,
where she has been I
r: t'.. cat is very young, seems to be easily present every Sunday River they will bring their brides with I i YEMA: EE. Friday, May It}. at 1-2-00noon Calling at Wilmingte i each Saturday at 3 I'.ID.
during her in Titu \-i1le. and her 1 ..
stay to "
i' : tamed and as playful as one of the genus them. DELAWARE. 17. at ;:30 Lru'
is also due the credit of taking the !lead j
:t; house cats. ; -Mrs. It. "". Goode, Master A. J.Goode. For
;t i i in the singing which has been so highly I I Regarding Freight and Pa:-;>age, apply to
'. ha -Mr. Dan Campbell expects to return I praised at St. Gabriel's the past few and the Misses Gracie, Annie Ii i I J.L J. A "'L.IE., \ ;tit., Jacrltntiille! ; 1. G. IGlIi: Traffic ?iAiacr. a> BronduaT', New Sort ,
t to Jacksonville sometime next: week.V'e and Jessie Goode, of the Goode House, STUD AsM-ut Feriiai.diaa.
weeks. The members of the Titusville JOHS L. HOWARD. T. F. A. JiokMjisTilJF.. )!. 11IO>MO>'GEK. T P. \.. JackaontiiJ
i' sincerely regret to lose Mr. Campbell and Opera company gave her a farewell reunion Melbourne, came up onthe% St. Lucie "M. CLYDE & (0.. (..en..r.llenb, lr> South AVliarAe. PhlUdrlphia : J. Bowling
; family from our town. His place will last Sunday, and left on Monday morning'strain Green New York.
evening at the residence: of _
be filled by Mr. Lorimer. of Jacksonville, Mrs, for Chicago, where they will, probably -
whue skill and Happersett. ___ J remain until f
: as an accountant expert September. We learn

in finances has a far-spread reputation.The -The new sloop-yacht Xaiade. built 1, that Mr. Ely will take charge of their I BOBBINS & GRAHAM,

by Beasey Bros., Waveland. which sailed :I place during the absence of Mr. and Mrs.
schooner Ijtoby Dye, which ws
for the first time in the Melbourne race Goode.
advertised to be sold Monday, was bid in -
5 a 1' against any boat, proves to be a worthy The lumber is now being hauled to
till that day by 1 Ir. Robert Morrow for I REAL ESTATE BROKERS &
u'1 $2.00. A cheap boat at that price, but. competitor with much larger boats than extend the sidewalk from the present LOAN AGENTS.

!'her measurement. Her best sailing is, terminus of the board walk on Washington .
of course, there are other considerations!
perhaps, to windward, where she out- avenue to Wager's Hall and the STAR
? that have to be taken into account. Mr.
pointed any boat in the race and footed office. This will complete the full
c# H. P. Dye the original owner, now pos- I prom LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD. *
her. equally as fast; in this respect she gained enade of oyer one mile from the end of
f on the Arrow whatever time the Arrow the railroad wharf to the end of Wager's Loans Negotiated on First Class Security at from 12 to 24 cent. ,
-Mr. A. M. Hamilton has returned I per
made on the Xaiade while sailing free wharf, which will undoubtedly be taken
4, from his winter's labors down the riverin where the extra: length of the ..\rruwas- advantage of on beautiful moonlight I i Choice lots in rapidly growing Towns, will net investors 100 per
the fish and 4 cent in twelve months. *
oyster business, and complains sisted her in overcoming the gain madeto ..., .;: bv the young folks of ou .
Residence lots in
of a l loss of eyesight from windward
4 by the Xaiade. The Xaiade\,i -MessrsTueo. Cecil, W. A. Shaw and
work in the bright sunlight. It will be Business lots from $250
: $2,500.
was designed by Mr. A. Carey Smith, of R. P. Paddison returned to Titusville

't necessary fur him to take precautionary Xew York, last January, for a pleasureboat Tuesday from a trip to Cocoa and Lake Agents for Florida Southern Lands
:, measures or his sight may be serious-ly and Railway
combining, at the same time, \\ Poinsett, over which route they made a

III' impaired. speed. She is constructed in a thorough :\j' tour of inspection to see what was necessary -I More than 3OOO 000 Acres of Choice Lands
# in nearly every
,J ; -Miss Fannie Birnbaum and Mr. workmanlike manner of the best materials j: to the opening op of the new Inde- county in the State, suitable for Farming, Grazing Fruit and Vegetable

# Charles Marks, commercial agent for and this is vouched for by the fact pendent Line of Steamers, recently men- I Growing-Pine, Cypress and Cedar Timber, price $1 and

t; Me re. Byck & Selig, wholesale paper that she does not leak: a drop of water tioned in the STAR. Mr. Cecil, who is I upwards. percre

:.n dealers of Savannah Ga., were united in after a severe test of carrying sail in a manager of the DeBary Line of Steamerson I P. 0. Box 250 Titusville, Florida.

#Lr( ';fj: marriage Thursday last Apopka, the strong racing breeze. Messrs. Bessey the St. Johns River, informed us that i

L '1 i t c?rem m taking place at the residence Bros also built the Rosalind, owned by ,, the route is a better one than-he anticipated A. A. STEWART, 6EO- M. BOBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM .

.:. of the bride sister, Mrs. Levy. Mr. and Mr. Jerome, who won second prize at ]: and that with very little trouble Clerk Circuit Court Atty. at Law. M. D-

:'I' y' Mrs. Marks arrived at Titusville Fridav :Melbourne ; they also built and own the !I Lake Poinsett can be connected by rail

;.. : alt rnoon on their bridal tour,and buarding little yacht Witch, a flat-bottom boat or tramway with Indian River. Further BREYARD ABSTRACT OF TITLE COMPAHY.Complete

., kM the St. Lucie made the trip to Jupiter which captured third prize in her class. 'elopments of this project are not given .

'; returning Sunday morning. Sunday It must be quite pleasant for them to 8fJ"t"' "' nt, but it U expected they wint'vffiIY Abstracts or TUle furnished to all lands la Bre- j

: tit ,: was spent with friends at this place, and boats from their yard do good sailing: C; be announced >Messes. >ec5I and lard County, Florida. j
% Monday they started for their future the classes and conditions is '
: they are t\1 eturned.t wJ cbon vil\e\ 'e same Titles Examined and Perfected.J
home, Savannah. tended for. "
\1o. f Box 250, Titusville, Fla. 1
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