The Florida star
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075901/00151
 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 16, 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: UF00075901:00151
 Related Items
Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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'-., EaD Gallie., I Cocoa.Mr. John W. Dickens, of Enterprise, is vis- Mr. Durst's derrick can be plainlyseen Ten Mile Creek. I

We bear that Mr. Bethel Stewart hasId I I J. M. Sanders has returned to Cocoa iting his SOOt R. S. Dickens above the tall spruce-pines at St. Rain badly needed on the truck gar-

his place. after a pleasant visit to Savannah.Mr. D. W. McQuaig and M.,:G. Ellis have Kilda. :Mr. Hector will have a well put dens. i

>fro P. A. McMillan is busily engaged R. N. Andrews went up to Titus- gone for another raid on the haunts of down immediately. The grounds will be The wind still continues from the north !

tting out muck for his land. ville Saturday and remained there over the alligator and the home of the egretin piped and lawn sprays provided in great and it is colder than we ever remember

0. H. Walton has been busy on Saturday night. the prairies of the St. Johns., number Mr. Hector and Mr. R. H. seeing it in May. I
Jlr. Weed to at least five six
plant or
his homestead this week. Mrs W. Sharpe and Miss Ellison, of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Chase and Mrs. propose Plume bird feathers and alligator skins 4
acres in vegetables this coming fall beside -
Mr. Gove left on steamer St. City Point, left on Tuesday afternoon I Schuyler passed through Melbourne on seem to be the order of the day down
the is
Her. pineapples. Mr. Hector expending -
for Titusville, Monday. for their summer trip north. their way to Welaka to stay for a time here the business having grown quite
Jucie, a great deal of and mak-
with Mrs. Chase's parents. lively since a goodly number of buyers
Mr. W. Wilson, of Courtney, was theMr. Senator Gardner Hardee made a visit ing great improvements on the east side.

of and Mrs- J. Walton last of a few days to his home last week, and Rev. A. B. Dilley preached in the He will have, at the end of the month, have come down. "Competition is the

pest week.Messrs.. on Saturday returned to his Senatorial Union Chapel in the morning and walkedsix nine or ten acres cleared and grubbed- life of trade."

Frank Houston and Francis duties at Tallahassee. miles along the beach to Malabar to about half already set with pines.U Fishing in the creek now is simply im

jgabbateleft here on Monday's steamer Mr. Baldock has completed his work on i hold an afternoon service there. Few D'Oxonu. mense. You have only to siton the shady,

: to St. Augustine. the handsome new residence of Mr. C. i ministers are more faithful in performance green banks, which are covered with

4)D a trip residents attended church W. Harrison and left last Saturday for of their office than Brother Dilley. Lake Worth. Dame Nature's own velvet carpet, and
of our
Some his home in the middle of Florida. Archdeacon S. B. Carpenter held service cast your net in the shining water and
service being conducted -
) Sunday, Dry
st and administered the Sacrament last almost instantly you can draw in large
Archdeacon Carpenter. The change of schedule in the steamers I
Sabbath at the Church of the Holy Trin- As tinder. golden and speckled trout. Sportsmenand
seems very strange just now, but it is
Nesbitt and Miss Elsie
Mr. and Mrs. ity. The sermon was most eloquent and Look out for fires. tourists should visit our ]lovely k
not all
at miss
tfesbitt, of Melbourne, were visitors at the good old unwelcome-though Rockledge much.we impressive. Mr. Carpenter will favor us The Bon Ton is in from the B. I. R. country.
Mr. and Mrs. Hodgson's on Sunday. with another visit in June if The hunters and
possible.W. Rev. J. N. Mulford and wife left for cow are gathering :
Mr. J. M. Lee and of
a lawyerscame
Service was held at the Eau Gallie party herding their stock, and the cow-whoop '
down H. Whidden is out with a brand the north on the 6th.
Baptist Church on Sunday morning, theJkr. to Rockledge Tuesday to try new from the Orlando factory. and the sharp crack of the cow-whip can
to arrange matters satisfactorily in the wagon The Bessie B. has gone to Jacksonvilleand
S. F. Gove officiating. There was Their work has a good reputation and be heard at almost any hour of the day.
Hotel Indian River matter. the Ina has headed for Titusville.
*very fair congregation present. shows that Florida is not necessarily dependent I Messrs. Swain and Sloane passed here
Capt. W. Sharpe,Mr. Hall and several Josiah Sherman has about 12 acres
Mr. J. 0. Walton is still improving on any other State or country. yesterday enroute to Cantown with their
other gentlemen of City Point came to cleared on his west side place, oppositethe
his grounds and residence. He has just Advertise, gentlemen, and keep.the mon-I teams heavily laden with trophies of the
Cocoa old inlet.
Tuesday to hold a meeting with '
added a veranda and another kitchen to ey in the State. Halpatta flats. Their hides and plumes
Cocoa and Rockledge people orf the rail- Ben Potter went hunting again on the
the west side of his house. The change of schedule for the mail will be purchased by Mr. Claude Dicksr-
road question.The 4th. As he went after deer this timeit
Eau Gallie is to have four more artesian boats delays our mail, each way, over I son, of Jacksonville.We .
church festival held at Courtneylast I is probable he got at least one.
wells within the next two months, night at Titusville. Suppose we shouldbe were in town a few days ago and
week was a most pleasant and suc- The B. arrived from Jackson-
it is hoped. Two will be driven for Mr. thankful to get it at all during dull met young Captain Dobbins. He said
cessful affair, and the ladies who took with
ville the 4th. 30,000 feet of
Treutler, one for Mrf J. E. M. Hodg- season. When we do feel a little inclinedto his yacht was hauled off her line until
in the entertainment deserve I lumber board for the additionto
great on new
0ja and one for Mr. 1Ic Iil1an. grumble over delayed mail we think next season.! He is going to haye her repaired -
credit. the Cocoanut Grove Hotel.
One of the STAR staff and some friends of the old sail service and forgive. and then this elegant boat will resume -
Divine service will be held next Sun- R. R. McCormick is the
having place her regular trips. Capt. Dobbinsis
a call at the residence of the John B. Beach accompanied his aunt
-"Hermit pre ," at the south end of Banana day, May 19th, at St. Michael's Episco- and cousin on their return north and I adjoining his, belonging to C. S. Ridge- just from New York City, and sewns

Hirer, on Saturday afternoon, but he pal Church, Cocoa, at 10:30 a m (stand- will remain till the last of June. We way, of Philadelphia, cleared up and put to be a thorough boatsman.Mrs. .
ard time) by Archdeacon S. B. in It is that Mr.
Carpenter. .shape. possible Ridge-
from home, "on pleasure bent," we hear he has sold a part of his homestead Campbell has returned home from
9a 4
All invited.On will build this fall.
presume. are cordially opposite Micco to Mr. Campbell of this way coming a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Watley, where

!Ir. John MacAllister is busy shipping Sunday last the Rev. Mr.Simmons, place, and also five acres of the same to A slight epidemic of whooping cough she hasbeen to i inspect the new baby..
of City Point, preached morning and appeared on the lake this spring, but is
tomatoes. With his artesian well in full Mrs. Margaret E. Doyle,of Americus, Ga. We received a very pleasant call today
evening at Cocoa, in Hill's Hall. Large now over ; not, however, until Captain
working order, he finds no difficulty in We hear that parties at Eau Gallie are from :Mr. Tyler of the Canning Co.* and
congregations attended each service, and Hammon, Will Lanehart and several
growing vegetables, as rain now makes negotiating with Mr. Durst to drill four Mr. Frank B. Everett, of Cantowtnv
the Sunday School was also well attended. more of the older "children" had a spellat
no material difference in the successful wells at that place. No names were givenus. Dr. E. L. Jennings passed here to-day:
On Mr. F. H. "whooping it up.
culture of his crop. Monday evening Knapp, We think, however, Mr. Treutler is enroute to Fort Drum, where he expectsto
who the winter months in Cocoa The improvements the west shore
spent on ,
Rumor Gov. Gleason will shortly one of the number. His hotel will be do some dental work.
says left for his home in Kansas.! Mr. Knapp opposite Palm Beach, are showing up in
commence excavating for a dock at Eau ready for the winter's business. It is a Mr. Lenard Gardner made quite a
expects to return in the fall and assist good shape, notably those of Messrs.
Bailie. This does not refer to a wharf orJteamftat commodious and well furnished. hotel pleasant visit out here. yesterday...and
Mr. C. W. Harrison'again in the ship- Bristol 'and Worthington, who have had
landing. For definition of and in a beautiful location.. was quite enthusiastic in his admirationof
ment of his large orange crop.A their lake fronts cleared'and graded, and
"dock for steamers or shifts, see Webstet's The rails were all laid on the Melbourne the creek and the surrounding scenery.
O. S. Porter who had his
of Mr. and Capt. place
dictionary.The gay party, consisting and Atlantic Railroad sometimeago He expects to come again and bring plenty -
cleared and is the
Mrs.-Edward Miss Bur- setting trees by
steamboat schedule is changed, Stiling, Carry and the track is being ballasted as of fishing lines with hint.
bank, Miss Carry Moore, :Mr. Moore and hundreds. ;
and the steamer St. Lucie will now arrive fast as possible. Captain Wilcox and Mr. James Bell and Mr. J. T. Eevill
Dr. Schofield, sailed down to Melbourne John Townsend, from Titusville, paidus
here from Titusville about 12 wife expected to go north this week, but made a trip out here a few dajsagp looking -
Beach Monday. They will one a visit last week, coming down to
o'clock noon, and return to Titusville at occupy I the Captain wished to see the road fully after the interests of their stoek.
of the neat little cottages on the beach look after a piece of property that he
!L30 p.m., standard time, daily, Sundays I and intend remaining there a week or completed before leaving and has, therefore owns on the west side of the lake. He We understand there is.to bee dancein
accepted. delayed his trip till next Monday.W. town will be
more. talked of coming down this fall and Friday night. Hope we

Improvements at the Treutler Houseare & M. Campbell is engaged, with sev- putting up a house, which it is hoped he there-if we are a Ha t rzr.

still When : eral laborers, setting cabbage-palms along "
being continued. com- Melbourne. will do-and bring a housekeeper along

pleted and opened, this hotel will be an Very dry weather. All the good people Ocean Avenue at Melbourne Beach. with him. State News

excellent place to stop at, the situation Those set out by him in front of Mr. At St. Augustine Tuesday the San Sal- .
are praying for rain. Miss Bella Dimick gave a party to her
and surroundings of the Eau Gallie Hector's store a year ago have recovered vador Hotel was sold to Miss Hasseltine ,
friends the 4th which there I
Now is the time when proprietors of young on at
River being both picturesque and charm- i from their change of base and are growing for $18,000.
artesian wells "have the bulge." was quite a large attendance. A most I
ing. rapidly. One great secret of failureis time those The Orlando Water Company in aboutten
enjoyable was spent. Among
Dr. Lyman does not to be left
propose most people take much too small trees
days will have completed laying the
Great credit is due Captain W. B. present were the Misses Gracie Lanehart,
behind and is 3-inch well drilledon
having a
because easily handled. Large ones
Watson for so promptly completing the his place. more Ruby Dye, Maud Ernest and Bessie pipe on the new extensions,

Eau Gallie River wharf. It is, un- do best. Rowley, and Masters Willie Moore, The citizens of Orlando are using about
Mrs. Gibbs and children start for
doubtedly, a great desideratum to the Mr. W. H. Scott, formerly secretary of Thomas and Dan Ernest, Sanford Cluett, 200,000 gallons of water a day from the
this week and S. F. is of
above place. On these beautiful moon- Chautauqua the Palatka Board of Trade, was in town and :Frank and Alex Rowley. Mrs. J. Orlando water works. The capacity of

light nights many of our citizens may be course, correspondingly depressed and last week. Mr. Scott was one of the unfortunate N. Rowley and Miss Susie F. Brown also the works is 1,000,000 gallons daily.

seen following piscatorial pursuits with doleful.Mr. trio who, last winter, essayedto assisted the young hostess in making it The American Transportation Com-

evident relish. By-the-way, Postmaster Chas. II. Stewart, "the little drug- return to Palatka via Cocoa and St. pleasant for her guests. pany sent out from Gainesville Tuesdayseven

f Olmstead he has recovered from gist," has gone to visit friends at Day- River and forced to leave
now Johns were Fire, started on the west side by a refrigerator cars loaded with vegetables -

his recent illness, promise? to improvethe tona. :Mrs. Stewart and her mother, Mrs. their boat in the mazes of Puzzle Lake couple of negroes who were clearingland for New York and Philadelphia.The .

appearance of his place in front of Nash, are expected to return with him. and wade for civilization and grub. lIe got away from them and burnedover Volusia county seat contest case

the store, and make i it a credit to himself, The Indian River Steamboat Compa hopes to try again the camping on In- lands owned by Judge A. E. Heyser came up before Judge Broome on the

the residents, visitors and last, but not ny's despatch boat Cleo was out on Capt. dian River but not Puzzle Lake. A. M. Nixon, John Townsend and last; day of court on demurrer. After

least, the substantial and clean Indian McFadden's ways last week. The Cap- The Rockledge steamed over to the Dr. Cary, destroying nearly everythingin hearing argument of counsel the court

River Steamboat Co.'s wharf. tain has had plenty to do the past winter railroad wharf Sunday afternoon to take its course, including a few large bear- again dismissed the bill. Notice of an .

A- party from here viewed the Mel and spring.We some passengers for the north. Mrs. Cum- ing and quite a number of young cocoa- appeal was given.

bourne Beach Railway, Sunday. The notice that considerable progresshas mings and Miss Grace Cummings the nut trees. At one time the Oaklawn Mr. Eldridge, editor of the DeLand

track i* .laid to the Atlantic Ocean, and been made in Mr. Gibbs' new clear- parties from Melbourne Beach this time. House was in considerable danger, but Mice and City Marshal Kirk of that place

hand-car carries visitors and residents ing. Ditching shows a deposit of three We hear that Dr.Schofield, of Cocoa, recognizing fortunately the fire was fought off and had a fisticuff meeting last Monday, and

over. Everything promises to go along feet in depth of the richest vegetable the extreme salubriety and many the house saved. Citizens from all alongthe subsequently sought their guns to settle

tnoothlyand successfully, and Captain mould. advantages of this situation, has rented lake came to help, and by dark they the difficulty, but friends intervened and

"ilcox and :Major Graves, who were Halifax schooner Corrinne, Capt. Mrs. Cummings' home (Myrtle Cottage), managed to check the fire at the town- prevented any further difficulties. Justa

'.' present on the beach, seemed delightedJth The Shaw returning from Lake Worth for the summer, and will be down with ship line between townships 42 and 43. little episode of municipal politics.

the outlook for H. B. his family on Monday's boat to take pos- The two negroes at work where the fire
Melbourne Beach in
with of seventeen tourists, stoppedhere The South Florida Foundry at Orlando -
a party
future. session. started, and the owning the
Quite a large party were on long enough to get a supply of l1rs.Ely's negroes is busy at work getting out the iron
the beach The event of last week was a weddingat land they were clearing, have all been
during the afternoon
inhaling home-made bread. The captain reported work for the new courthouse at Tavaresy
the heal th-gising Idylwilde Cottage the happy parties arrested, as the citizens are determinedto '
ozone thrown off from also for a brick building at Live Oak
Old Ocean,; .and among the ladies pre- a rough passage. being Mr. H. R. W. McBride, of Melbourne put a stop to the careless firing of and one at Tarn pa. They have also just

sent we noticed Irs. \VilcoxIrs., J. O. Mr. Ely is erecting on the lots bought and Mrs. N. Calledwell, of Ruby brush t and consequent damaging of property recently erected at Kissimmeee a plantfor

.; Salto n, lira. Metier and daughter, Missing of Mr. Camp a building 20x12 for storing St. Clair, Mich. Mr. McBride's health sawing and splittting wood, and have

) Cnmini *, Mrs. Minor etc. Space will household goods during the summer not permitting an extended journey; the SAM. one of the same sort to build for Sanford.

l1.t admit -of an extended review this while his family occupy the Goode lady kindly started to meet the expectant I ,

"" time. House. It is designed for use as a kitchenin groom. Escorted to the depot by Burial of Gen. Hartley. The State of Virginia talks of drapingher

" ... the future. numerous friends, she began her journey WASHINGTON, March 12.-The bodyof emblems for thirty days because Gov.

; "" Circuit Court convened at Gainesville The special correspondent of the great cheered by the good wishes of all. On Gen. William Shelby Harney, of the Fitzhugh Lee is becoming too fat to ride

., .l.QPQA.... Re Saturday A.B. who died in Orlando, Fla. last gracefully.
There are about 300 cases on and good T.-U. notices the May Day morning Dilley performedthe army ,

.f; the d1. and it is said that Judge Fin gatta. The genial owner of the Naiad is ceremony that made "two souls with Thursday, was interred in the National Herman Oelrichs, the wealthy young

, r le J.ba*determined to empty the county called Mager; the Wasp i is credited with but a single thought, two hearts to beatas Cemetery at Arlington this afternoon.Mrs. New Yorker, is spoken of at Washingtonas

of The The escortedto Harney the wife of the deceased, the probable of William H.
I ('I. Prisoners and clear the docket. the prize tuken by the Lena. Waspwas one. happy pair were successor

. rtPg terms o f the court have been held next to the .last boat in. The courseis their residence: nearly opposite Mrs. who came on with the body from Flor- Barnum as head of the National Demo

:4AU nth er poInts in the judicial circuit, described as from Melbourne to Turkey Campbell's, where we will leave them "LMends attended to the grave by a few cratic Committee. He is a young man

lj31ag 1 the Way clear from now until Creek instead of,from Turkey Creek dream the*ha&'>y hours away, with b! and a military escort, consistingof of pleasing personal address, who likes

belt/ Q to tuber for the trial of cases. at I to Melbourne and returnetc.-a virtual wishes foy r continued health, pr two squadron of I cavalry from Fort politics and has shown decided talentsfor

th14 t arm of the court in Alachua. j perity an em"'mess. I Myer. the game.

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.l r .. ; THURSDAY MAY 16, 1839._ -,
'1 -. :!< .- THE FLORIDA STAR. ,

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.r {' There are six newspapers' published. in Ice- ;; She Knew. .,', 55.' .I .....\:...t: ","hat'", dj I je in your'hand, pretty maid. _

E' feed. i the front row we sat. i T -doth of the futur- foretell .
her large opera hat I ft'a. wonderful. volume of fate pretty madTo Preparatory to opening and .
The City of Rome cnmaimps: an average of i us both from the rear i the lhat peruseth it welL** I cp
800 tons of,coal a day in crossing the ocean at j enabled me wen eye room for my Extensive and VarietJ
top sprat' RTpat passion to tell Tuus spake though I didnt: in honesty know !
charmingly shell like pink ear. : The meaning of one little line; I iBut
of Fresno, CaL, have organized : ; I .
The gilded youth this much I know-it was whiter than snow. I
l a tallybo club and ordered four complete en opera troupe, That hand that lay nestled In mine.
\ outfit from London.Belgium's i the star was a"sope" I I StoL
\11. hasdevelop large and of scenery a lot It was whiter than snow; and perhaps 1 might # Spring
cine manufacturing industry:
I add j ,
0,,, what think your say
one-third of all the zinc used a :;
until well
i i the lime light shone red- ; It was some degrees warmer, as ;
in Eunij* is made in that country. ensemble is fine is it not!" And I gazed at its lines in a studious way I t
I- r !!:;' The flare of ten goats and the work of : ; blare As I made up a story to tell -
1 spoke came a ;.
; : \ several n:*>n for balf a year are required to ': ::! the orchestra there; "There's a wonderful deal in this fair little hind" I have::Inaugurattd aG
I' make a cashmere shawl yard and a half 'f Crass horns were put to the test. Quota L "but there's principally this"I I
aide i : no Boston girl she (For such a temptation. how could I withstand!:) I -
f. Swed ter 'thisaess"of e"i i And I filled it all up with a kiss. ;
duty on
.; A project tr> place an export
ish iron ore Las just been defeated in theSwe1Lb Ii : canie from.the farwesi i There was much In that hand. Fve good reason H '

r; parliament by a considerable majority said as she smiled 1 know. CLEARANCEOFFERING '
h 'It the rust ballet wild: I Having learned to my lasting regret;
a man are cagily dressed, co dispute: For this: circumstance happened some three days!
A Windsor, 3e., philosopher says 1 tl
i can live forever oa a diet limited to parchedpeas trnsedblc's intense, ago I
f : <1 the chorus imxeC5e."t" And my ear's a bright 't.
and fairing water He knows because 1 -': !a:. far toe c :ch of the toct."* -John P. Lyons in Once a Week.
i he's tnt."llt. Omaha VTcrld. I SALE.
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Sheldon of Indiana II :
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The first thing George i I Opera as She Is.
r did when be Rot a legacy of r20lOJ! was to I
PRECIOUS THAN GOLD. t Sew Prima Donna-Oh, mother, my fortuneismade. -
buy f 1 .OOJ worth of diamonds and a thou l

sand dollar team. ': for $973 a pound when it is i MY ENTIRE mEa
It U Rdd in England that CoL Gorin;, the and calcium is worth $1,800 a Pround Mother-Eas Mr. Libretto, the I ,

(: hero of Sir. Froude's novel "The Two Chiefs is a shade higher its cost is I. great manager, signed with you?

of Dunbcy." was meant in some sort to represent or $1,920 a pound. "Yes; it's all fixed. He is to pay all my

Oa. Gordon. i for board and clothes, you know,,
about $C40 per pound, troy; expenses
S It is reported that an English syndicate ; and silver about $l2. Nickel every cent of them." WINTERDRESS

:f. r has Pib rnbed tZ.": .
t tunnel under North River at New York, I $8 to $9 to the troy pound. "Oh, he don't pay me anything for singing. ,

: ;J., l work on which ceased some time ago. 'I i to look like fabulous prices, rm new to the public, yet, you know."

: ;1 A Buffalo bachelor has a memorandum J t not reach the highest point; "But you said your fortune was made.
,t 1'' book in "which be keeps the name of everygirl $200. cobalt falls to about
I brings "It is. I am to save half I get for recom- GOO
:.. be has'er Lii ed. He had 923 names i, : of silver, while didymium is toilet face powders and
... i on the list the last time be counted up. I as cerium and erbium $10 mending soaps

," I. Out of thirty justices of the peace whom the ounce than calcium: or just pianos.Philade1phia Record.

StSn 5; the Earl of Roseberry. lord lieutenant of At Cc>sta
the of West Ijnthian has appointed ; He Drew the Line.He
county of the Vanderbflts be not over-
I to the magistracy three are workingmen. to nearly$200,000,000. With was by nature gifted with a temperament

Several Caro, Slicb, gentlemen recently could purchase 812 tons of gold lymphatics;
; He bad no use for exercise-he was not acrobat-
aw a large rat carry a hen's egg on its back.I something left over but they
r They say that it twisted its tail around the i I two tons of gallium, that rare Was fat and slow and lazy and inclined to be
egg and carried it safely until it was hit :I : worth $3,250 an ounce. With phlegmatical

with a stone. highest price is reached, and it Until his wife made him a shirt by pattern mathematical -i S C> ES

There are more paper mills, running more : I called the rarest and most pre- I ,
I He put it on and raised the roof in a manner quite
machines in the United States than in any I
,1i' : other country in the world. Germany has .! is worth $250 an ounce; indium, I patheUcal),
t He got up on his ear and swore from A down HATS SHIRTS PANETC.
'" nearly many, bet DO other country has : $653 a pound; lanthanum alphabetical,
half as many. i lithium $100 an ounce Niobium He tore his hair and rowed aloud! in words un- ,

j i Three times as much coal as ever before i iIS I an ounce; asnium, palladium apolOKetical,
., was imported into St. Petersburg last year, potassium and rhodium bring re- That when it owe to wearing shirts he did not! ., AT COST.I .

Ii't; gad a Russian government commission is investigating I $&; >, $400, $I30, $32 and $512 per care a particle
/ 'i, I For that pecies of the family known as the homemade
yD the Roflstaa mines to find out costs $123:: an ounce; tan-

t rtt what ails them. i telurium, $9; thorium, $2J; article. Clothier and Furnisher.Not

c: !t It is estimated that sixty-six per cent of j 1 $320. yttrium. $I4-L. and zirco I Make Redactions on

I l i the anthracite coal is wasted before it gets to an ounce. a Good AdrertUemcnt.
; market.* Pity-five per cent bas to be left in I Brown-Congratulations, old maa! Saw Lines
{ afid eleven cent is WHO PLAY BILLIARDS. Other
the mines for pillars per
by the paper this morning that your safe had ,
.. "i t; ? lost after it gets above ground. I billiard is been broken into, but as it contained: only
'.". A New York bootblack of an enterprising best women experts An know I can Save Yon Money
t' J wifeof the French champion- twenty-seven cents the burglars had their
i- t; turn of mind sends out his business cards I ;
wife of the erratic and work for nothing. Lucky, eh r
i with the inscription: "Shoes shined by week Purchases.MY .
:i : of month at your residence daily, or other player, excels in fancy and trick: White-Lucky! Why hang it, can, I'm I

job work done. Send for me by xnaiL" :; mortified half to death: What sort of an advertisement I -

re A copy of the first edition of Charles Lev i is expert at the game. She do you suppose that report is going I
er's works lately sold in England for $1,375. old English! game to the French to be for my business? Burlington Free STOCK OF
55 The craze for first editions is now at its height I I Press. I II

And absurd prices are given for many modern I Duchess of Marlborough is an i I 1\TE w ;; I II
books which have little value as literature. l 31L..s Deferred. I
DartGrip.'R of the game. She is great on
I "You forbid me, then to cherish hope :
A suggestion has been made Inew York 1 I follows and round the table any !I
i' to erect large lodging houses in different not much of a rail player. of winning your dau;liter r SPRINGMILLINER

t ;part of the city for tramps and let them I, fond of the game, so much so I "For tho present, yes. However, do not i

: : work in return for a couple of hours each years ago" she invited Slosson to despair. Harry nicely, devote yourself to I
S it morning in cleaning the streets as a payment 1 ; in Wales so she could see bin tho culture of a son suitable to such an alliance -

for their lodging. ; I has a magnificent billiard parlcr and I see no reason why our families !

a The smallest church in the world is said to I 1 1K ( should not be united in the future."-Life.
be the Catholic church at Tadousac. at the I ,

It mouth of the Saginaw rirer. Its extreme I SCIENTIFIC SQUIBS. From Law to Love.

f capacity is not more than twenty people. I I sot behind her in the train. LADIES' HATS,
t, This ehurch is supposed to have been founded I
y : I I From Dobton town to Gotham city, .
s & firm has just brought out a
t by Jacques Cartier. i ," !flame burner, which can be I And though the Law was on my train, RIBBONS
tried sell My thoughts went wide of Kent and ditty.
A Swainesboro, Ga., man to a loud noise.
1 entirely by a
worthies Texan pony for tea cents. He then You would I'm sure feel out of sorts, I FEATBEEj
] of liquid benzine will make Your pleadings and your briefs would bore you .
tried to give it awayand,failing in this,tied
of inflammable and You'd bid good-by to all the courts
air 5,000 Have Commenced
4 &n inflammable bundle to its tail, set fire to
!.I but With such a noble head before you.
I f. it and turned theani.ma1l00se.. The expedient I : air highly explosive, nothing I I will be added to constantly. ALo: ;
worked and the man is happy.The : wit!: flame or a white hot body I I .Andtile I prayed that she would turn,
t;i off the most explosive mixture of :: Of a fair face I fell to dreaming.
rules of the Austrian war department :! and I fancied that heart '
air would
I vapor my burn SPRING
i are very strict in regard to the marriage of I I ; it has been shown that frozen II.I'. With her blue eyes upon me beaming, DRESS GOOD
officers of the army. Only one-half of the She seemed a prize by magic found
I I be with the
general staff are allowed to marry,and in theeasineers transported greatest Indeed I dreamt that I had won it:
after for and I
being kept days From law
and to 10t'6e turned around
v infantry, cavalry artillery all
A Io Beautiful. Line of ,
then simply thawed out it retails Ye Gods: I wished bad
., medical corps only one out of every four may I sue not done It!
be married. I ::" of f r *i rail, I Harper's Bazar. broidered .

IF' .. The fastest locomotive employed in carrying to a French astronomer, the .
S It Had Been the Hound
the Scotch mail, where the highest rate ; the terrestrial crust apparently ,
ofcpeed in England is attained has threes I rapidly under the sea than with Miss Cb.rn.Is that a new ring you have en,

r cylinders, a new departure in locomotive From this he argues that Ethel It strikes me I have seen it before And all over -..

1.; building, and a seven feet driving wheel. It must thicken under oceans at a Miss Ethel (blushing-, Clara, young ':
has been made specially for high speed with :1 rapid rate, so as to give rise to a I. ilr. Paperwate presented it to me last night.I VALENCIENESE LACES.
beary trains. i i I and distortion of the thinner I j
have accepted him
In White and Black.Ladies' .
the crust that is forming moun ,
la the future ironclad will i I Miss Clara
every great -On, indeed I I'm so glad. Ac-
have its suite,.composed of a small fleet. This ; i
cept best wishes. I Etc. 3
I I I my thought that ring Silk Mitts. Glove
will consist; of.two first class torpedo boats, a looked
I FOR MEN. strangely facili= .-Life.
fast gunboat ram generally towed and a I A large line of Corset-rum 50; ,J=
very fast 300( ion "turn-about torpedo catcher I I
S. ," fitted wjth the latest improvements for !, I and golden tan are the leading finding Him Ont to $;).00 each. 4t

destroying torpedoes. I gloves. Merchant-Collected that bill from Chizzler) I --- i

A letting; Sew York dog;: fancier says the Ii now permits a man to wear a white yet! I '

'+ }. impressiuii that the Newfoundland dog is a I a colored shirt Bill Collector No. lies a dead beat. Gentlemen's Laundried and Cn -t

w gad natured ODe ISA mistake. The thoroughbred I I will prevail in men's hats to Merchant {sarcMa:ticaiyi-Iia vo you just I dried Shirt
Newfoundland is not to be trusted. I I that the shop of a large dealer now found him out I I

Be bas an ugly temper and if chained up 1 to a rainbow. I Bill Collector (wearily)-Lord: No. IVe The most Varied Line of Gentle j

D gerous.for even kits The Scotch of a day collie is apt is to not become only faithful dan- I I w hats, with a hint of the sailor in I called fifty times, and always found lam out. I Straw Hats, bought cheap and auk
will be much affected by the '
a and intelligent, but very affectionate. I II when warm weather comes. Chicago Tribune. f Low Down.STOCK. '
I : 1 1J
1 of metal and ___ "
"U gave you a pound ordered -
I I I will be almost de rigueur with TUB 1I
t you to make the most out of it, what I
this season, and are made re t
rind of me aJ would you select asked aK' I as to let the pretty silk or cam i )Iy
veil) tiown jeweler "Gold of course," was i I NEW DRUG
I and then come to the front.j STOREIs
the prompt reply "I'd prefer a pound of I Commercial Advertiser.
*+# a 2& ." raid tbd jeweler, "and I'd have it I I j I OF GROCE1

their into hair epnngs for watch A poundof I" : 1i i Proof PositlTe, 1Was
: sacs springs would sell for an even ...fl-W-I Now Open :
i .
-Whatever complete.
never more
OJU "-HutrL O ExVrdSlo.; i possessed you ,
t old horse like that! e
S.4, it u said that viators to the live animal Old horse What do you meant I And has on hand a Fine Assortment I pride myself on the Superior Bat*,
eollrcUou at the Smithsonian institute in not 6 old of II
; I years yet. : Coffee, Teas, Crackers, Etc., I f
Wa..hinnton have Lately been treated to : -Not6yearsainthe
Why -J
abed to offer the trade.I ]
combats between a grizzly bear and two .
;41L don't the
: f you see poor beast is FRESH DRUGS I
i smaller black ones that sometimes were so I Topics.
thrilling u to thorough!j terrify the spectator .I I i I i ,I keep in Stock riant's Flour .,

The animals finally became so qnarreleont PATENT )MEDICINE >etler. .
I By or by Crook. ,
.. 'f.t grizzly* that in a it was epanLT2 found ca;nacessrry c. to put the I' Ii I !: : girl with in Dubuque :! PERFUMERY POWDERS, I. Grits and Meal arriving every **\

i : Dye a pastry cuqne, ,
." A DuiHujue) ue\\"Sboy got even with a deadbeat aid the said with a enilc.His I HAIR BRUSHES insuring it Fresh and weet. I

y. in great &hape. The man owed the boy heart 111 beguile I TOOTH
Large Stock Grain *
of and
.11 for paper*and would not pay him. The boy wad him: by buque or by cruque And all other articles usually kept bv
wrote to his the boy's brother, who is attending -BORUHJ Courier. t Druggists.Everyone. times. J JMost
il":' tt-bool in Indiana, telling about the action 1
.5 Jt.. : rre.J the Ilxtru Fxpcw e. is cordially invited to call close made OIl
il of hU customer, and one day last week the living prices
) :'. man received a box marked "C. O. D." The -Realiy, Charles, Amelia I and inspect our stock. goods; in this line.]
bd cultivate Orders from ,
if distance
#,i express charges amounted to several dollars we keep her at a promptly filled. ]
be dove fo rtu Prescriptions
; &iu: If we carefully
!;. And upon opening the box it was found to befull : compounded
:" & it fretlO.OCu Which A share of the Public
Patronage is
of brickse -
c': respectfully -
: .
preferV i> solicited
,. 'A piece of coal, weighing five and a half g I __._,cr-s t. "'fL "OUl.-Cnr- .. .' 3-EO. B. :
has been cut at Abercarn colliery, Corny .
tons, ::, r 11e RUMP1
\ J. B.
England, to be sent to the Paris exhibi- SCREVE, Druggist. 1 TITUSYH |

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THURSDAY, .MAY 16, 1889. : ;

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" ,:,: \ LIGHTS. 11 '. I, as correct by-men who are quoted as criterfons SUGGESTIONS FOPS SICK ROOMS. brunettes to the Mexican gold combs just MARIAXXA, FLA., Jany. 2tth,1S89. .
I..*- r- j f ." of taste. At the,same,tim there is now brought out Messrs.
every Lippman Mros. Savannah Ga.
.''r __ e ed in translating't.. evidence that : > i I i
11nl (:J.: : II.IJ they. are" growing. in favor A large, sunny room should ,be selected for Very pronounced plaids .in all fashionable Proprietors P. P. P. :

1 rrf.DJ cord into EnglL.-.h among the patrons of 'the' higher grade of the invalid; if without a carpet, so much the colors will be much used for the costumes of For a long time I suffered with catarrh i

l' home at ;Amenia A. Y., baIk..l outfitting csifeblishments in London, pressed and and ulcerated throat I took F. S. S. but
lki? JotoJ in some bright hue. better. Sunshine as a disinfectant is worth girls very young women. ,
Uuu..u of the Seven Fireplaces. derived no benefit from it. Dr. Owen, who
( "Tbt bushels of chloride of lime. '' A wonderful Japanesewoman embroider
written for early ublicaI When tho would be imitators of the Princeof represents Lippmnn IJros., Savannah, Ga., -
Cd Saltus has The bed linen should be changed at least ing the gowns of Parisians with all mannerof *
"TbeGirl with the Naked Wales and the others of the royal family I told me that 1 P. 1 would cure me, so 1
don t novel called : ask outfitters from whom once in three days; the blankets once a week, fowL Strange to relate, the rooster has began taking it. I have taken six bottles

} &J'& I. what Is what, they bUT'theirsupplies those that have been removed being: hung in become a positive craze, and is said to bo I (small size), and I am entirely well. I feel

i Ouida baTiiocn "Titin3 for fort,- ne years, misdirected, so that they are invariably the open air for a few hours,then thoroughlyaired marvelously decorative without being start I like a new man, and consider 1*. P. P. a

J hfiun her literary CAreer hy a story I many a London swellsports in a warm room. i" wonderful medicine. -
b&rin; a color or an effect with tho boast that ling.A
()1d."I" I dress of yellow lately made in Paris i PirnMAXM.NG.: .
w.bep 4Y' Tho room should be kept thoroughly ventilated crape

Mr:. Burnett receives $25 for every peronnanre I Eng-. wouldn't have and at a temperature not lower than 08 had the train wrought with jewels in a IXltI I I ------

( of her dramatization of "Little : it at any price. This fact accounts for tho degs. or higher than 70 dejjs. If the patient tern of spiderwebs in which were entangled I! Sf vcrc lvs ol J:!oo<] Poison.Thousands .

Lad pauntleroy." I many bad fads that Lave been accredited tot is kept warm, air may be freely admitted moths and dragon flies. Rubies, emeruM. i I

is spending his winter >a prince.-The Men's Outfitter. I without tho least danger. and diamonds were mostly used and a bro: 1 suf 'r (rom blood poison, I
rrofes&or Freeman I who would be euuul if II. B. H
I hand of them went all around the train. they fravo ;
la Sicily, delving in Sicilian history for ma- I The carpet of a sick room should be lightly I ( otanic l Hlood Balm( ) :i trial. Send to

ttrfAJ for a new book SOME QUEER: Tir.n-LCHo.! brushed once a day with a wetted broom. : the lilood Balm ('u.. Atlanta, Ga.. for

Kyle Dallas, who has been writing I The furniture and wood work should be wiped STATE NOMENCLATURE. I. I liouk of wonderful] euros, that convince

Mary tZories for twenty-five years, now issues King George In of na-lanJ: Had: a u-atrb with a damp cloth. Dry dusters and feather the ino-Jt\ k(>ptit''IJ. Jt 5 is sent free. '

asI abort novel "Adrietta." I I:I not larger than a five cent pec'e. which teat brushes are worse than useless. I ArtmsasThe name is of Indian origin, I J. O. (;Jib-Jon. Mcridhn. Mi-=.. write* :

herr first 120 parts, the whole not weighing 'I but lu'is r.o tuovvu meaning. In 1881 the legWaturo -For a number of years I suffered untold

r J. EL Sborthouse is a short man, and has a i irather i much as a ten cent Tice'e. quite ?O. The cross sheet should invariably be kept declared the pronunciation to be agrncit's from blo'i.d poison.i Several

strop; face a big nose, black hair and j jan i free from crumbs and wrinkles,as these are a Ar-l; n-saw. prominent physici.-itis 1M me little if our '

impediment in his speech. | In the great museum at London is a small frequent cause of bed sores. Whenever the I rood. I 1H',au to u-e 1J. II. 15. with very

J Burdette declares that, although 'j watch, a hundred years old or more, in the least redness shows on tho patient's body the Al.ia.nia-Takes its; name from its principal little tairh. Imt to my utter nrpii it
BobertJ. shape of I river and is supposed to mean "Hero wo ln!c' mhlc me a well ami % I IG.
The heaity
for the Sunday an apple. golden outsid') fa skin must be at once bathed with alcohol, pei>on.
be writes continually papers adorned with grains of I rest" which words are the motto of the state. T. Hailerton. Maeun. tin.. mitesr
pearl thoroughly dried and dusted with powdered
or to has not read one for four years. 1 I The inrne: was first given to the river by the "I cOlltraett'cllalootl poi-oii.; I I lint tried
oxide of zinc.
Guy de Maupassant and his valet are to '. In a Swiss museum is a watch only tLrsedxteenths French in the form of "Alibamon," from tho physicians, and then! went to HotSprings.

make on excursion to central Africa, dis- of an inch in diameter, inserted I A sheet folded once lengthwise, laid across IJIVK? of n ftluhcogce tril,e that lived upon thc f I !t'rm'lIt'clllOlUe a ruined nnnphysically.

ia tho black burnouse of the Arab. |I the top of a pencil case. Its tiny dial not I the bed, with the upper edge just touching the ban k Nothing! stcuied to do ;Many !
; only indicates hours, minutes and seconds I pillows and the ends tightly tucked under the :!;Cod. My mother persuaded me to
Viitio Collins is an assiduous worker, sit- (| Crfor'lliaThis: nanitt an first applied, ho- I Il. I B. To i
j II.
';! but also the day of the month. mattresses, will be found to add greatly to try IUurt.or astonishment
tiD;at his desk almost all day, and finding I the patient's comfort. It does not wrinkle tv.'pen I.\T) and 15.j9, to a portion of Lower every: nicer (lnickly)I'alttl."

fcjs recreation in a game of whist in the even- The rarest collection of old watches in the I California, was derived from an old printed Jlenj. :\IolTi Atlanta. Ja., writes : "I

bg at his club. I ID United States, if not in the world, is owned liko brushed a single sheet, and crumbs may bo readily romat1l'lthe cue which Mr. Edward Everett suffered years trom syphilitic blood
off it.
Alexander Kohut the eminent Tal- by Giovanni P. Morosini, at Irvington, on Halo rediscovered in ISttJ, and from which he I poL-on which refused to be cured by all i

Dr. has after the Hudson. He has from 500 to 1,000, worth The nurse's dress should invariably be neat, drew this now accepted conclusion. treatment. Physician* jirononneed mea
scholar completed, twenty-
,U ondist about $30,000.About tasteful and pretty. Slippers or boots of felt hopeless case. I 11-1.1110 appetite. I had t
Cre rears' labor, an enlarged edition of a lex-I Colorado-Past participle of the Spanish pains in hips and and
should be worn. To be continually smooth- .joints my !kidneysweie
Icon of the Talmud. I one hundred years ago a man named Colorar, to ('0101'. So called probably from diseased.Iy throat. wa ulceratedand I
ing the bed, pestering the patient with
Mr. Gladstone and Lord Randolph Church- Droz made a very curious clock. Upon the pathy and saying a dozen times an hour sym- its tinted peaks, or from its vegetation> rich my breast a mass of tunning sores.

recently purchased over fifty copies of top sat a negro, a shepherd and a dog. When in many colored flowers. In thi- condition I commenced the use of
fl do flocluuwr' is
to drive
you enough a
the clock struck the negro played six tunes Connecticut II. IJ. II. It healed every ulcer and sore!
"Jjitie Lord Fauntleroy"for presents among sick man wild. -Takes its name from its prin- 1
their young friends. I upon a flute,and the dog moved towards himas cipal river an Indian word meaning "long and cured me completely within two
I Meals for invalids should look months.
though glad to see him. as tempting river."
B. L Farjeon, the novelist, is the son-in- as possible. The tray should be covered with

law of Joseph Jefferson, and lives in Adelphi I i The Swiss watchmakers have invented a the whitest napkin, and tho silver, glass and Delaware-Takes its name from the river -

>> ; Terrace, a quiet, romantic corner of London f watch for the blind. A small peg is set in I china should shine with cleanliness. The and bay, named after Lord De la Warr, ono A Home Indorsement. :

the middle of each figure. When the hour of the Mr. N. II. Frohlichstein Mobile '
Thames. of
overlooking the I I patient should not be disgusted by a display early governors Virginia and an ( ,
hand is moving towards a given hour the ancestor of Lord Sackville, late British minister Ala., writes : "I take great pleasure sin
Dandet is so deeply interested in the educa- I of too much food and should not be consulted
I : for that hour drops. The finds recommending King's New Discovery
peg -
T tisaof his oldest boy, who is to read Sappho person beforehand as to what he will eat or drink.In at Washington.Florida
o I the peg is down, and then counts back to for Consumption having used: it fora
that he his Latin and -This namo was to
121, revamped own a larger
bathing the invalid
twelve. never uncover too severe attack of bronchitis and catarrh.
Greek in order to coach him. territory than the present state by Ponce de
I large a surface at once. Pin a blanket round It gave me instant! relief and entirely

Sirs. Oliphant, the novelist, is 63 years old Catherine I of Russia had a musical watch.In the shoulders, fastening it behind, and remove -I Leon in 1572, from the Spanish name of cured me and I have not been afilicted i

c1 a bard worker, with no desire for newspaper I the interior was the Holy Sepulcher and the night dress under that. Put the Easter Sunday, Pascua Florida (flowery pas- since. I also beg to state that I ]have '

fame, living a secluded life with her i the Roman guard. By touching a spring the hand under the blanket and sponge the skin, ture), the day upon which it was discovered. I tried other remedies with no good result. '

.._ tro children near Windsor castle. stones moved away from the door of the sep- a small portion at a time. A woman's hair Georgia-Named as a colony in honor of i Have also used Electric Bitters and Dr.

IHJ Amanda M. Douglas, the popular novelist, ulcher, the and guard the kneeled down, angels appeared should be combed every day if she is able to : George IL11linoisDeri"es King's New Life Pills, both of which I
holy woman stepped into the "
vhi for the last fifteen years has been the I bear. tho fatigue. If it has become tangled a its name from its principalriver can recommend.
tomb and the
of the
sang -
dief support of her father, mother and sister churches. song I little sweet oil will loosen it. which is named from the Indian tribe of Dr. King's New Discovery for Con-

writes novels at the rate of two a year. I I Household troubles should be kept far from the Illini, supposed to mean "superior men." sumption, coughs and colds is sold on a
I positive guarantee. Trial bottles free at
)>n | Marion Crawford is thoroughly familiarwith I FACTS ABOUT THE NAVY. the sick room. Abo re all, an invalid or an Indiana-Called from the word Indian. all drug stores in Titusville and on Indian

German French and Italian, reads apparent convalescent should be saved from Iowa-Named from its principal river; the Hi\"cr. t

latin Greek, Sanskrit, Arabic and Persian, I his friends. One garrulous acquaintancemay meaning of the Indian word variously .
-- -- -
and has a bowing acquaintance with Turkish Anchors were invented by the Tuscans. in half an hour undo the good of a weekof stated to be "the beautiful land" "the sleepyones ----- ----

The second tooth, or fluke, was added by Brace '
end Russian. I tender nursing. la long illnesses a small ," "this is the place." Up.

i I Anacharsis 503 B. C. bed table will be found indispensable. Every You arc feeling depressed, -
i your appetite
Walter Desant made
a funny mistake in j Kansas-Named after the river; the word
lu I': Chain cables were introduced into the navy cup, glass, spoon and utensil used should be is poor, you are bothered with headache -
latest novel 'For Faith and Freedom," i ivien I in the Indian tongue means "smoky water."
; he described one of his characters about 1812. Rope making machines were in- taken out of tho room and washed as speedily you are fidgetty nervous, and generally

as vented by Richard March in 1784. I I as possible. As to walking on tiptoe and Kentucky-Derived from the Indian tongue, out of sorts: and want to brace up.
going"oq board a steamer bound for New and means "dark and bloody ground," alluding Brace but not with stimulants
disturb up, spring
England" 16S7.Swinburne I I Compasses said to have been known to whispering, nothing can a nervous
I I more.-Home Topics.PERSONAL to the many battles of the Indian mcdic lH' ,or bitters, which have for their
the Chinese 1115 B. C., and were brought to person
standing scarcely five feet in I i tribes. basis very cheap whisky, and which stimulate -
Europe by Marco Polo Venetian 1200
high heel boots, has an immense head covered A. D. a Louisiana Named after Louis XIV of you for an hour, and then leave

.with wild, unkempt hair; a face pale, livid I I GOSSIP. France, in 1644, by its discover La Salle. you in worse condition than before.

aM almost ghastly and a mouth small and 1 Copper sheathing was first applied to the What you want is an aletrative that will

I I[ girlish in expression. I bottom of vessels in 1761, when the English Bunlay, the newly crowned king of Annum \faine-After a district in France. purify your blood, !start healthy action of

.! j! naval vessel Alarm was so sheathed at Wool- I is only 10 years of age. MarylandAfter Henrietta Maria, wife of liver and kidneys, restore your vitality
Browning says that "How the Good News
Has I wich Senator John Sherman pronounces the Charles LMassachusettsAn and give renewed health and strength,
Brought from Ghent to Aix"
was i i
Admiral derived word Samoa Indian chief's Such a medicine you willfind in Electric
written under the bulwark of a vessel off they 't from the Greek almyros.The "Sammy-o. name.

can coast, when he was shaken up by i 1 title was adopted in England about 1300, Mrs Joseph Chamberlain's name already :Michigan-Named after the lake; the wordis drug Bitters store, and on only Indian 50 cents River.A a. bottle any

travel It has no historic basis. but was previously hi use in France, the figures in the "list of patronesses" of several Indian, and means "great lake.

French admiral being appointed about 12S4. --. --
E Countess Tolstoi does not sympathize wither 'I English charitable institutions.Mrs. .Minnesota-Earned from the river.. In Marshal Saved Life and Hair.

husband's extreme religious views, and Captain is said to bo derived from the east- Mackay and Mrs. Hughes-Hallett are Indian the word means "sky tinted water." MONTICELLO, FLA., .Jan. 21, VJ.Mcrg. ,

threatens, if he attempts to carry out his ern military term katapan, meaning "over tho two American ladies in London who have Mississippi-Indian "father of waters."
Lippman Bros.. Savannah Ga.
pans of selling all that he has for the benefitof everything," but the term capitano was in "taken up" Lillian, duchess of Marlborough.King Missouri-Named after the river, and Proprietors P. P. P. : ,

the poor, to ask for an official investigation use among the Italians nearly 200 years before Otto, of Bavaria, has had such prolonged meaning in Indian "muddy water." For the past eight year; I have been in

of his sanity. I Basilius II appointed his katapan of lucid intervals lately that some hope bad health, suffering with malaria, rheu-
Name is of
) origin, and is
o William Whiter described "as a slightly | Apulia and Colobria, A. D. OS4. is entertained of a permanent recovery of his supposed to mean "shallow water." matism, Dyspepsia, dropsy, my digestion
Wit man of about 50, with gray hair fallS i Capstans have been used from the earliest reason. whs bad and my hair all came out. In fact, .
in Nevada-Name is of Spanish origin, and I was nearlv a wreck. 1 had taken
fa picturesque times mechanical It in kidneyand
as a
over a high fore- power. was use Prince Bismarck's manner of releasing Dr. "
means "snow covered. blood medicines which did
!bead beneath which look out a pair of by the English, French and Spanish as earlyas Geffcken was characteristic. He simply sent mo* no
good. When I began taking P. I P.
may, poetic eyes, that snap and sparkle." I the Fifteenth century, and the drum cap- a turnkey to the jcrisoner's cell to tell him to New Hampshire-For Hampshire countyin about three months ago, I was as weak as a, /

II I stan, in nearly its present form, was inventedby "get out and go about his business." Eng1a.ncLNew child. I have only taken four bottles (small

MAN'S OUTER GARMENTS. Sir Thomas Moreland, in 1CGL Jersey-Named after the Island of size and I well and
I A Philadelphian states that Sir Robert ), to-day am a man, mJo"hair

Great guns were introduced into fighting Morier, the English diplomat, for whose scalp Jersey. has "come again." I cannot 'recommend ,

The dress collar now plays high, the waist- I ships in 140 i. At first a few cannons or other Bismarck went on the warpath, is a biggerman New York-In honor of the Duke of York. I'. P. P. too highly.
mat lore in ". F. WAKE
fashion's winter game. pieces of ordnance were mounted on the deck physically, than even the iron handed North Carolina, South CarolinaThesetwo ,
,f Marshal Monticello Fla.
Double breasted vests of manilla linen aro of the galley en barbette, to be fired over the chancellor, and could go into the scales with states are named after King Charles ,
Witne-s: F. C. OWENS.
aaaS the threats of next summer. sides, which were very low. Soon after the I him and give odds in jpeight. (Carolus) II.OhioNamed. _!_
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. London favors the Windsor scarf for wear top sides were raised and port holes were cut !I Gen. Boulanger said in a recent interview: from the river. The wordin
The Rev. 'eo. II. Thayer, of Bourbon, Ind sacs:
at summer, especially with flannel shirts. through them. "I grant interviews personally to about 280 Indian means "beautiful river." "Both in\M-lf aud wife owe our hves to Shiloh'MCnu""Dlp'tiflll

ntt Striped underwear for I I persons a day. This morning alone I spoketo Of Cure." Sold by Dirt son & GrejllUmille -
men is voted bad Oregon- Spanish origin, means "wild Da.
7J1a White and tho CHINESE SUPERSTITIONS. 143. That is without counting the delega- "
gray are most thyme.
Are \ou made miserable by indigestion, COD!ination. .
I tions which s' t foot in this room. They num- Loss
Pennsylvania-Named by William Penn Dizinrsx. Appetite, Yellow Fin
White ber from BOO to 1,000 persons a day. I see Jliiloh'K Vittlizt-r i* a positive Cure. Sold by Dick
pique vests, with black half globe Domestic troubles are sure to come upon and means "the woody country of Penn." son & Gr..y, Titusville, Ha.
;It ""ttoas them in of about fifty at a time."
are the proper thing for men in half one who married within a hundred days aftera groups
r+ai i Rhode Isl:1nd-This state perhaps was Why will you cough when Shiloh' Cure will give
funeral. Herr Nikisch, of Leipsic, who will lead named after the Rhoades family, one of immediate relief? Price 10 c-M 50 ct. and |1. Sold
The the Boston Symphony orchestra for three by Diclcson .t fjreyo,'IItU8vilJe, Fla.
D'I striped silk neglige shirts, now in proFUWioa If a young mother goes to see a bride the whom, Zachary Rhoades, was commissionerfor
for is one of the musical lions of Germany.His Shilok'a Catarrh Remedy pOBitite cure for Ca
, next is looked asthe of years
summer, discount the rain- visitor upon cause any Providence in 1G5S.
- 1Jc.ia before audience tarrb, Diptheiia, and Canler Mouth. Sold 1.y Dick-
movement is
color. an
K calamity that may follow.A I I every Tennessee In Indian it means "spoonshaped. son k Grey, Titnsville, Fla.
1'0 smooth and undulating as the movement of a
: Date your silver home while coffinis ." The state is named "Hackmetark," a lastinsr and fragrent
cane head distinguished bride maybe brought a danseuse. He is of medium from the river. perfntue.
have premier height, Price 2o and &0 cent. Sold br DickbOD .t
(!f J7 only to have it with ini- in her husband's house but not within 100 Grey
set Texas-How
' k your slight and white skinned, and his hair and and when Texas received its Titusville:, Fla.
To rubies. days after a coffin is carried out I beard are jet black. name has been a subject of much controversy.Some Shiloh'a Cure will immediately relieve Croup,

weir solitaire diamond shirt stud is to If a bride breaks tho heel of her shoe in going assert that it is so called because the whooping Cough and lironchitis. Sold by Dickson
rite tot Titustille, Fla.
yourself down as not one of "the four from her father's to her husband's house, WOMAN'S WEAR. original inhabitants had roofs over their Grey,

"ttred,*nor anywhere near it it is ominous of unhappiness in her new relations. dwellings, which in the Spanish language are For Dyspepsia' and Liver Complaint you have a. ,
oririted guarantee on every bottle of Shiloh'a VJ.alizer.
1 .Britain's gilded youth are much given to The shortest veil now a.d.miiblecompletely called texas or texas. It never fails to cure. Sold by Dit keen kGrey.
ww aU Titn...ville, Fla
tnt vests and ties of bright red. It Is A piece of bacon and a parcel of sugar are covers the face. Vermont-In French means "green moue

$1 _Just to add however that the adorn- of bride's sedan chair tains." A Naval Injector free with each liottle of Shiloh'a
are two hung on the back a as In Paris Japanese crape is the favorite new Catarrh Keinedv. Price 50 centf. Sold by Dicksonk

* not worn together. a sopto tlw demons who might molest her stuff for tea gowns. Virginia, West Virginia-Named in honorof (;rey, Titusville. Fla.Advice.

Double b easted vests with while on her Journey. Elizabeth the "
lapels and but- I "Virgin Queen.
twosaDem The most ornamental new hat pin is a to Mother.
Pare and=C rated as to claim kin with the A bride, while putting on her wedding garments moss rose of enamel in natural colors.Cnmel's Wisconsin-Named after the principalriver lira.WHTSLOW'S SOOTHING BIBUP should alway

? ate the directoire gowns of young women stands in a round, shallow basket which in Indian is said to mean, "wild be used when children are cutting teeth. It re-
hair braided in self is
f delight of serge a lie-res the littlesuffereratonce; itprodocesnAtnral,
'I some Fifth avenue swells. This conduces to her leading a placid, well favorite stuff for youthful tailor rushing river." quiet sleep,and the little cherub awakes an"bright
J printed shhtings Jxndon outfit- rounded life in her future home. gowns.A as a button." It is very pleasant to taste. It
have ordered I new feature of dressy short is the soothes the chU.',soften a the gums,allays all pain,
is the/ bold and.large effects. It A bride must not,for four months after her wraps Should It Bo Allowed? regulates the bowels and is the best known remedy
beUet 1 however, .the,finer deal- full velvet sleeve gathered to a deep fur cuff. for diarrhoea, whether arising from teething or-
of that among marriage, enter any house In which there has Much swearing she causes, other causes. Twenty-fire cents a boUle.Bucklen's .
trill city that stripes of .the modes sort recently been a death or a birth, for if she Velvet with bengaline or else brocade and Much comfort she mars,

II COntinue to hold the field. does so there will surely be aquarrel betweenher fur is the favorite stuff for visiting toilets The woman who carries Arnica Salve.
A in the
dog cars.
'lilt. ready made and the groom.A this winter.A The best salve in the world for cuts,

Yetta have prepared lor the.London who is partaking of the last meal she foreign fancy of the minute is to turn If she's pretty we must bruises, sores, ulcer, salt rheum, fever
Aznertcan girl Give
whIte Yest&, markets an extensive line of .fa to eat in her fakery bouse previous to her under the hand of the long glove, leaving the And our our envy's seat up aroused to her sores, tetter chapped hands, chilblains,

They are of fine linen drill 111 marriage sits at the table with her parents fingers bare. When she fondles the cur. corns and all skin 'eruptions' and positively -

hopsack woven patterns,,piques and a noveltj and brothers; but she must eat no more than A new nightm1n1aturo lampis i Gothic window in Each time she caresses cures piles, or no pay required. .
1ineJ1. It[ is guaranteed to give perfect -
Pun balf'the bowl'of rice set before her, else her with trassrame filled in with His rough, hairy face refunded. Price 25 cents
bow made of white I3.tln'U8 will be followed by continual ecar- stained glass. 4 How we wish for the time. or money
.departure f box. For sale by all drug stores ia
g the per
front That we were In his place
>mere_ In London: Their usa is ..cityt in the domicflp she Is leaving I There is a moVemerft if r- of adJ.esionnm;; ng Boston Courier. Titusville, and on Indian Ri"er.THE .

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i 1 .4. THE FLORIDA STAR THURSDAY, MAY 16. 1889. --

7 .! --THE FLORIDA STAR. I: carding the present style of box and A From Real Life

t'' x i adopting a portable one that could be returned Story

PUBLISHED EVERY TIICESDAY.or and thus used many times making

a net ....\ bun-
,. ELLIS B. WAGER and Publisher. dred thousand dollars annually. He also

$I.50 per Annum. favored sending fruit in smaller packages )

and thought it would lead to an increase
I ,
Ttl.lrilk..1 Taken
I Entered at the Pool Oiat in consumption and facilitate by

iiI Sccond-Cla* Matttr.THE J transportation .

STAR is the OFFICIAL newspaper j Sunday School Picnic at Tit us-
for Brevard county.
ille City Park.

d The Star has the Lnrrcst circulation I I'f' On Saturday next, the ISth instant,
(>, of any paper on the East coast of Fla. The of Young Journalist's Experienc
0' j all Sunday Schools are requested to meet Story a

f _: t1'A SQUAREl one inch In apace; 24 squares I I1 at the Court House, Titu t'il1e. at nine

\\1,! a column. of the Editor o'clock a. in., and form in procession. York
: rates enquire Nero City.
4 For AIT'ertfsinJ: in
"')!! always enclosing two cent stamp. J' They will then march down to corner of

Yi- and through: Washingon avenue to Main
of i
ft-EI"SC{ one
i street, thence up Main street to City
; : 'a's subjects in good standing, is urge j Park where the wholeof those connected E ARE GLAD TO ANNOUNCE, as our next attraction, anificent

: ;,. ing that Victor nation, eldest to marry son of off th(Prince Prince Albert of- :! with the Sunday Schools .will join in awand .3 Serial Story, the plot of which was taken from na:

likely heiress imported : picnic.The life.
Wales to some following is the for
i is ;
the United States. The
'f is I the day:
f bound to marry a protestant and I At 10 o'clock a. m. there will bean I Disclose His ]
Refuses to Identity
Princess but that i is oft e 4. TheBut Author
scarcely; a I opening address by Mr.Jas. Sanders.
It seems by

r! this wrong that religious the American persuasion.girl i* in high fa.j At 11 o'clock Yang, "Jewel," by theSchools is thought to be a Celebrated Journalist, of New York, now living.

< across the ocean blue, but where i is the I -f '
dinner will
At 12 o'clock commence.
: .Ff heiress that will care to occupya
American foreign throne when there are plentyof At 2 o'clock p. in., song, **We'll Work THE HEROINE, bearing, in the story, the name of Miss HtI!
Till Jesus Conies, by the Schools. Also

young fellows of state in this to trouble country their who 'j jha"e 1 recitations i by children, and volunteer Knowlton, is supposed to be none other than *

no cares speeches. each of 10 minutes' duration,

'" mind? j by Sunday School advocates. The Celebrated Prima Donna, Clara Louise Kellogg.

: WE learn- that the Town Clerk has 1 Marshal of the Day, S. H. Ray.

prepurd-but too late for publication in Committee on Grounds and Table, York Newspaper-The Dawn-to the staff of which the Hero, R '
: The New
condition W. Brown, T. Norwood, Geo. Branning,
of the-
the.of issue-a full report
.1:, finances, showing all the receipts Will Knox Pierre Titus Hurlstone, was attached, is none other than
our town
f Committee Baskets Geo. Paddison,
on ,
and disbursements by the Town .
'1. treasury from the time the present officers j j Eugene Rumph. Carroll Branning, THE NEW TORK HERALD.
.J j jf Knox.
; : as>umed the reins of government up nOLI flu lun.'K" TORT. ntlDAT APUL !9. 199-18I .SHUT -nuac THZZZ cars

f also shows the 1 .r t.ar..r mall ...... r .. ..:.arc
The statement
,, to date. indebtedness of the town. We The Count Court train __.;scr:;;+ct::;..__...... =_-wr-rw.r.aarw...:..:::=:.:..-r\-- .c------:-.::":'".::.-:-..:-=- '.. --:...:-=--"t.e&c. -=---4.-=.:.:+-f 1."alArw t -
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existing 'I' To the Editor of the Florida Star: r..ai.allwr.as. .Wr- -w.rt.W-.1-Art-- -ry.a=--l r .la...ar=;..:rri..: ::::::=:.-::=--, -"-
will take pleasure in presenting it next d I ==':=.. == :.:.-..:..-.:.:::...-.:rR ==: r+r..-=..--=_; :---t.-:E-:="-' =rrir-r.= ::..;: -E:5.: .---=-.=;- 1J8\RNo
of citizen In the issue of your paper of May --- --- ----- -- I
j week for the consideration our i ...._==-- .-==:::Er:: ::= =:.::. : wr .[.- r-wry..__ .
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notice article the creating _.. .. trti r.rrwrr.ll ... "'= -::: -.
an arrrwrr.l -
of each to I I e r.r ra- r. =svawrr..r -
It i the right taxpayer ... _. ... arr.r..rww w.-w. ..-' '::"" : AIM
s. -" .I.- r .r.rrr a\rs .rrr. ws-a: : -' M >
1 of Court for Brevard County. ..rr...-.a aigal.M\f.i :.-r.arr-.aMa.rwr.rr.. .. ._.__ :.:::.rY'.. .. r--.rr.,. ,- ""':: .. -: : ...
and i a County -- :); ;:
{ what becomes of his money, i r_1MM. -y.a ra v a.ayr wrq -_-_-.._- -. ..,., ; ;:::
know -.r. .. ;; .
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j II In it"e read follows But ean'tII see ---:-=-A....=-r-ar-r Y.l-1-- .----- alr... _a.::-.::-.raw. -.:.r-r.,ar.;::.r r :, .
that the Town as ::: a..r -IYwq .. 1
pleased to note ___ ?=:: ry i.a- r rw.r _rr. RJ T
we are :__ "' .-
; Council have no desire withhold this:|II where uch a court is necessary in Bre- 1:1:; .:::-..::=:.=_=__...:_ -rlrrlar-.rag=--=-=-.-: : ==*** *' ":**._.=r---.r:: .-.. .. ..- .
soya w.I-r .r'M .
r.rn Mra C r r r
i j vard. From good authority we learn a-.marr.. "C./rr1.r. -==-:..:.:=: ra :;: K
but voluntarily publish a report a. :::.:r-:===w.a r E--J'
privilege, I lr- =-E:= =:-E--==. __tr9:
... r /rrrrrw.r --
of their stewardship and invitet : that the expense* of this court would be .,..:.:mesh--: -r--.l.ra.r-w__ : a..w E-=-----.l.r.-f .'aa.rw. ,==:.1:== .:..:....rr. .K
: I from $1,500 to $-t)0!, per year, and as the j .-- ..-..--. _--_-...r.aw_-_ ..--- --- ---- - .:-". -
criticism. .___ a.' .---t
:::- -
county has to pay this extra expense, ":".:.-=:-:.:::::=-_ =-..-:. C1
r -_...-.._ --
i ___-__-_ or-
etcIn line 11"e find the following: 1---- i
fact by I r r..r-rr..r
I Ir is nolCC't'plro as a orange _-_ Y arrr
rowers that the railroad commission.through "Our taxes would be materially in "" 4 ;:-..
; =; :-r-
the common law of tits land, I creased. II ---

h can compel railroads to handle fruits and t Now, Mr. Editor, I beg ]leave to ask Q.lU.JS[-rtuSS,

., vegetables quickly and carefully. and you if the county would have U* pay such :

place upon them the responsibility for 1 amount for extending only the power of The other characters are people conspicuous in Xew York society. The story re

i delsr?. At a recent meeting of Florida the present County Court or the power of the inside workings of some of the great Metropolitan Daily Newspapers, and shows tc
Ilorkuhuri..ts\t Orlando this view of the Couuty Judge as the present Coun-
,. ,j brains and luck will enable a man to rise to the highest rank in journalisnl
the matter was retail1td.0 action; was j ty Court i nothing more or less than a pluck, young

lower rates or reduced Justice or Police Court. As we understand
r taken in regard to j

i4 profit to the railroadThe producers ,! the meaning of the substitute for Do Not Fail to Read This Story-It Is True-It Is Fascinating-

{ are nxiling to pay fair rates if their products House Bill No. 110, as this merely extend -I

will he prolrvt'x from damage and ;! the power of the present C<-unto
It: Will Do You Good !
drlay. Numerous instance*have already 1 Court to try cases up to the \ahie of .
occurred of the discharge of railroad em j $500. and it gives power only to try the

: l'luyt..m' c-Hnpnint" f shipper*, for I i smaller crimes and m: em anor --tokeep This interesting Serial commences in the Star next week.

t'M, rough handling t f rl'\tdu When these 1 such persons out ,if the countybr.2ruing I

complaints are more numerous and more institution-and them re it j Subscribe at once and you will not miss it. if you wait and borrow you will be sure to miss it.

; per>!isteat the nl'uY11I teas. 1 should! not be so expressed thai tht read- I WWWWWWW ,

I!I er of the STAR would think that we I II
i THE R. R. COMMISSION BILL. Assessment for the Year IS,9. Proclamation.
alh bay correspondent seen j:1 would overburdened with a County \
t to tbinkiliat 'AC tais+'()trued the County !1 t f Criminal Court of Record, as sue'i: is i cer- II'II't The recent opinion delivered by Chief Torn :Ordinance (:j the To\rn of" Tiltritf' #- I,, WHEREAS The Ii&ard of \Jtr.wv

Court Bill jut passed, for a Criminal :i i tainly not the l':15tfor it is certainly a I Justice Ilaney in the P. and A. Railroadcases Be it Ordained by the Town Councilof i I! the Town c.f Titusville have passed a

I' '1 Court 4.f(Record. This is a big mistake.i i! fact that Brevard has had persons in the i iI which went up from Gadsden and the Town of Tiu15"ilIttbat in T'ieIf :[ olution that the proj: ition of the Ti

? ;i for months and afterwards the additional expense imposed upon the ;'yule School Buildin:: Association,
r for Ia t sleek we published that part of county jaiL j Jackson counties, judicially announced '(.I

the Con titution :m"t.* bearing upon! ui-charged: by his Honor the Circuit two principles to-wit: first that the Less Florida municipal by governments the c* mpulry nf rule the> and State regulations of- hereinafter set forth, and aka: a ft

Csunty CQ\rtf. In our first editorial we: | Judge, for some cause or other; and I Ii i iyJature might establish a railroad commission prescribed; by the Slate Board of tion authorizing the Town Countiltogotiate

were informed that the County: would 'i such it i U in case we have the juri dicI -J and second that the road are Health and in \"it"of the present indebtedness : a loan of =IiIO. should be

p ti avoid hereafter. j jj of the said town of 1 tu*\"ille-. 1 mitted to the citizen* of Titusriflc
.,r, bare to pay expenses of criminal pro>ecution j i on. ne can JI shielded by the constitution from any attempt .
that the assessment for the 1SS9 tolevied them
1. *. but in the Acts of 1S>7 we find j In reading over your article it appears 1 to make them transport freight or all! the real and year personal 'I ratification or rejection this
that this expene. as well as fee of oilicer to u* that there i is merely a mi-take. : passenger at rates which would not cover property within the corporate limits ofj i* to nutify all persons: that an ele(

> in this CV>urt are p.lid by the :t.te. j and some one may mi*jude matters, and operating expenses and at the same the Town of Tituville as follows | will be held at the Court House iIi W

< Hence the exact cot to the County in it should be plainly understood that thi I time yield "reasonable compensation*' to For general purposes. ...... .......10 mill ,i yule on Tuesday, the 15th day of J*
.t- i I sanitary ............... .,
bill d Criminal i! A. D. 1SS9 between the legal
the e-tabli..hir.ent of thi Court would 'e- nut create a County J those whose capital is sn invested ; and, Water work and fire
r de
bo only the salary of the County Solicitor !;I Court of Record it merely extend the :I in addition, that which constitutes reu- ,. ....................protection ......... .o- t i holding whether the such Town flt'Ctio1ito of Titusville abs3

' which! iH();) per annum Thi* 'F power of the present County Court. We .; sonable compensation may be determined ** Sinking fund..................? 2 .' i lots S and 10 of block 9 of said Tfl*

being the cano doubt the County !; believe, )Ir. Editor, if the people could :|I by the courts' of the country as each case Be it further ordained that all ordinances -j i Titusville and the school house aDd

Court will be a benefit to B: T'arJ. but 'I i understand the matter a little better they' shall come before them adjudication.. ; in t".t.tnflict"ith this ordinance j niture thereon and the rent and

a had the costs amounted: to double or '|I would be greatly pleased with this mea!i| Chief Justice tuner backed this decision 1: are Approved hereby repealed.May 11. ISSiX i due the Titu"illehool Building sub !
if+0 /
: ciation for the sum of $I, ,
M f three time this scm it would undoubtedly ; ure. a* I am well aware that Mr. Norwood i by a long list of precedents and by I H. F. ATKINSONMayor., a mortgage of fSOO. drawing inter! *

have been tuo much an expense or Senator Hardee would not overburden -, cogent argumentation. Of coarse the 'exceeding 12 per cent. per annnaj

the taxpayers. our county with unnecessary taxation j Legislature will be restrained within its Attest: j Town of Titusville to secure said
J. P. BLAKE C1er .
s and if the bill passes the Senate as \ scope and meaning. From that opinion | tion by a mortgage upon the

'I it did the House, it will be of advantage .4 True i purchased in the sum of $1,i00, FJI :
)IR. MALOX Gout, of Orlando recently some j three i* no appeal 1. and it would be a Tonic.
in ten at the cpt
j years or sooner
: t addreed a convention orange :;T1tW. I;I to old Brevard. I am certain.It j vra-e of time and money should our lawmakers When yon don't feel well and hardly I:: said town ; the said mortgage of fJ '+
know what
ers in that city in regard to the organization is true that there WAS a movement attempt to modify or contravene ic Blood Balms ails you.trial.give It 15.is C B.tine(Botan- be paid at the expiration of tbrttb ..
i a tonic.
f, of an orange trust or syndicate with in Titusville! Rockledge and Melbourne i their authority to legislate as laid down T. O.Callahan. Charlotte.X. t-.,writes: i by the Town of Titusville; the is

sufficient capital to bur and handle the.< to establish a Criminal Court of Recordin I and interpreted by the Supreme Cor.rt. "B. B. B. i* a tine touic. and has done j* on each btbi'of aid'" Town mortgages oTituj"iUe.Al to benually F.-

entire of the State, with < our county and our Representative as They must their this me great ::0(1.-
c orange crop an shape legislation t ID I* 11'. 'I'nompsonDamascu;. Ga.. to authorize the town oJ."i1Je .
I 1 organization which should manage the 'I well a* the Senator have weighed: the : subject by what they find laid down inI I I writes: "I believe B. B. B. is the best: \ to execute its corporate notl

a transportation of the fruit frr.m Florida I matter well, and the result war -'
; ; to points of consumption throughout the ; C\turt-l'nl\ a County Court with jurisdiction -I There areho"e"er.. reasons of right my general health.** date, with interest not to exceed
j An old gentlemen writes: "R. B. B. cent per annum and therebythe
I j United States, distributing through regular extended-and this, we believe.is I i and justice which will influence the Legislature gives ine new life and strength If there faith and credit of said Torotusrille t4

3F', ajrrnts of the trust located in di*. just, and will give satisfaction h' our I jn dP:1ling"ith the question under : is anything that will make"au old man in order to procure fouch

s ttr tricts and fearing charge of all fruit t people. C n-ideration. The popular demand I young P. it i* B. B. B." off and discharge existing inde
t! shipped into their several di trcs. He Now Mr. Editor we are certainly [i which culminated in the Hail road Commission ,', 10th. ISStv.Shepherd writes: Norfolk."I depend .on, August B. B. and The to provide following for contingent are b cI J.J'

believes that such a trust could afford to I j greatly obliged to you for your watchfulness act of 1S57, was for the avowed B. for the preservation of.01health.. I pointed inspectors persons of said

F an price of a dollar box and I think you have done your 'I have had it in my family w.nearly two tlectioDl.
Y, pay average per I purposseof securing reduction of rate, : year, tend in all that time Lave J. ti\ Rogers F. T. Bu S.
a { for tLe fruit t>n tL trees, relieving the } duty, and I answer you that we w",uld to relieve; the {jcuple froui oppression ,-.r'''i to havea Jactc r."' not had ton, with L. A. Brady, clerk
of all trouble! in stand side by side with in the mat 'I Tbos. Paulk. Tie style of the ticket used a1
t growers picking, packing t you the railroads. This demand resulted in Alapaha. Ga. writes: t I ''j'
and transportation. The trust could ter of opposing such a fraud upon fair the commi lion law which suffered terribly from d.r?pep i.. The election shall be. "For Buying*"J
present (so Borrowin ,
Buying" and For
BrevanlV people as creating a court that use of B. B. B. has made rue feel like a ?
handle more systematically, grade morein4elligently far as cutting rates is concerned is manI Borrowing.*'
w. would only benefit one or two lawyersat ), certainly -!i would not take a thousand dot
and transport more economically the expense of the working people! not mandatory. It was framed to lars for the good it hags done me "* A majority of the registered

t than the individual grower, If in my power, I will try to obtain a guard the people against discrimination i, .. W. )I. CbPhi.tJanta.. Ga. writes ding in the town and actuall/thes'A
of the bill and will send it for I 'i a ions spell of typhoid fever, will determine the result of
and what would thus be saved in a more copy your and extortion and to insure the J'03ds'which ,
at last seemed to settle in tion. .
next issue,' that and the reatieY of| raj rignt
economic would afford avery o you I I j.IeQ which swelled (I 15**
monagement the STAR can judgment thesame. rates which are just and reasonable as e. up enormously. Jkn !f Given under my band this
t fair margin of profit bn the invest pa.s upon the Supreme Court'has recently determ-j ulcer also appealed which discharged a of Mar. A.
ment. He spoke also in favor of dis I ST. i ned. |. I i -Tint- Union. ,\ B. B. i trial and it cured me.*" 4



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.--- II. C. Starck, Proprietor.
:If.jjfHHWAffl. Manufacturer of fine Havana and Domestic Indian ,

Cigars. Trade supplied with fine been Re-Furnished is NOW
- hand made goods. Orders promptly filled.
Factory at Malabar, Fla. 28 OPEN FOR GUESTS, under the Management -
Flori a. Successor to J. C. Norwood and Co., -
,) Bock of its old proprietor and owner.
:N\A U :[AN'S:

THE PIONEER AGENCY.For St. Lucie, Florida.
Florida. 39
terms and sample copies address I -SUCH AS-

A. M. Hamilton & Co. I

AttorneysatLav.Titusville Titusville P. O., Brevard county, Fla. Merchandise ,
Wholesale Dealers in

Flori a. A. FROSCHER Indian River Oysters I i RIL.L-IIEAIKS,

BOBBINS, Titusville Florida STATEMENTS,
__ 31. I
GEO. Keeps full supply of metallic and wooden FISH: STORE. '

ag eat ATTORNEY-AT-LAW TITUSVILLE, FLA.A Coins, Cases and Caskets. Green Turtle and Game. FOLDERS,

All orders will receive prompt and careful attention -
Funerals attended if desired. All or- ,whether by telegraph IXV1TATIOXS,
M. THRASHER, ders promptly executed, and at reasonable letter or person. 17 I propose to keep

rates. Embalming done. PIONEER COOPERAGESyrup PROGR: JII S,
''JJ't7 ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Barrels $2.25. A First-Class Stock 'I'I i STREAMERS
P.o.Box 20 SANFORD, FLA.Wdl'pnctice KAY & BRYAN, I' ,
in all the counties of the Seventh
Circuit and Supreme Court. 3 .A.r"tesian.: ''VV"e1.1A. Gauged to order ten cents extra. i DODGERS".

Wheelwrighting and Repairing. -OFGROCERIESJ-
lea l ---- C. O. B.
Attorney-at-Law and Conveyancer. Hone- barrels and Oval Water Breakers

Lake Worth Dade County, Florida. Solicit Correspondence. from 2.00 "1'. VISITING ('.\nns.TO .

Will furnish Abstracts Title to Dade TITCSVIIXE. FLORIDA.3t Tanksand : THEFLORIDA-

County land all kinds of COOPER WORK to order.

C. J. ::3Ec: cxE ., T. .JOIIXSO. STAR
lSh i-F. LEWIS, LaGrange, : : Florida.J. DRY GOODS

ill! Engineer aM Snrveyor, Hardware and
Titusville, Fla. NOTIONS
Xotice of Incorporation
General Produce Yacht Sail-makers
R.B.. BURCHFIELD, I Of the Titusrilleand Canaveral tSteamlcat

84 & 85 South St., New York, ]fen,' Ladies' & Childrcns' and Transportation Co.
COUNTY SURVEYOR.Orders MERCHANT. 1. The name of this corporation shall Lc
AND "The Titusville and Canaveral Steamlont

by mail will receive as prompt :\It lbonrll". Florida FOOT OF 53TII ST., ATLANTIC and Transportation Corn pan}:"
attention as calls in person. S SJ.OES.CLOTHING. 2. The general nature of the business of
Address: Georgiana, Fla. YACHT BASIN, BROOKLYN. I corporation shall be the transportationof
A. L. Hatch & Son
freight and passengers! upon the Indian
and Banana Rivers and creek and the Mob-
TT F. ATKINSON. DEALERS IN Particular attention. :given to Pleasure quito| Lagoon, in the counties of Brevard, i
Boat Sails of all descriptions. 50 Dade and Volusia,and to the most convenient -

JUSTICE OF THE PEACEFor DRY GOODS NOTIONS :J8ATS point on the Banana River to reach
the Bight of Canaveral.
the Second Justice District of Bre- SACOTT & CO. o. The capital totk of the corporation:
yard county; Court days, third Mondayof Hardware, Crockery"Saddlery, hall be five thousand dollars, divided into
each month. Stationery, Family Medi- TITUSVILLE, FLA., fifty shares. of one hundred dollars cuh,
twent -tive Ier cent. of the face value of
cines, Garden SeeJs, TIN &SHEET-IRON\YORKERS. !aid" stock to be paid up by subscriber en '
CHOICE GROCERIES the delivery of his certificate of stock, tLe
Balance subject to call on vote of the directors -

Hay, Corn, Mapes Fertilizers. and proper notice.
- GUTTERING, HOOFING, 4. The corporation shall commence on
!! CITY POINT, FLORIDA. I Gent's Fnmishins: Goods the filing: of its articles of incorporation
'. Manufacturing of Tin Ware. with the Secretary of State and the clerksof
ov J. PI11TCIIAUD, President.V. court of the countig> in which it shall
3[. BROWN,Cashier. GALVANIZED WORK, ALSOCROCKERY operate and continue for the period of

:1. And Ilopairin of'all kinds twenty years.
; 6. The; business of the company shall he
INDIAN RIVER BANK. GLASSWARE conducted by a president, vice-president, I
- Location : 3IAIX ST., iicurriicr. secretary, treasurer and five (.rectors. The
:);" directors shall, for the first year, be the un-
Titusville, Florida.A rferogned incorporators, anal shell hoi!** until -

BANKING BUSINESS TRAN FOR SALE HARDWAREAND their successors are elected and qualify.
GENERAL An election for directors shall be held by
SACTED. vote of the capital stock, at the principal
TheElejrantRESIDENCE office of the company in Titusville, on the
Exchange bought and soM. Special Loans ami first Monday in April, A. D. 1890, and I
attention given to AND GROVEOF
prompt negotiated on first mortgage for :savings each subsequent .year. The Board of Di-
flanks Corporations and Individuals. Interest Goods.These rectors shall elect the president, vice-pr "si-
allowed on time deposits. I.. I:. B.iIl\CS. Ship Chandlery dent, secretary and treasurer who may be
- available collateral. FLA. directors or not, and shall have power to
Advances made upon ROCK LEDGE, 1
Approved business paper discounted. consolidate any two of said offices i if decided 1
Drafts on all parts of Europe. and one"thirdcreo: expedient. Directors) and officers shall, be
'Ji Business done at Jack'nville rates.Every Containing seven
rte This Space Reserved for banking favor, cheerfully consistent extended.with sound of land fronting on Indian River.Large stockholders<>. The highest in the amount cor|>oration.of indebtednessor 1

it.; J. BIRNBAUM, Dank of Jacksonville Roomy Residence, elegantly liability! to which tile corporation mayat 1
o IJ Jacksonville CORUE rOXDENTS Fla.; The: Seaboard .Nation; finished. Al-o a Three-room COTTAGE will be tlie main features of my any time subject itself shall not exceed
Dealer in Hank, New York. -* One of the most desirable business but orders sent me for anything one-half the face value of the capital stock
and outbuildings.
Gent's Furnishing Goods, Etc., kept in any:store in Titus- R. 1'. PADDISON,
or HAVING BOUGHT THE INDIAN places in Rock Ledge hammock. ville will be promptly filled., H. J. TIFFIN.
Titusville, Florida. For price, term, etc., apply to N. N. })fXNY.

W will Keep on Hand Every Day I I J. M. Dixox,
a.id Will Fruits Eggs Chickens! April 23rd, 1SSD. 1.
itr FRESH Oak tawa House A'otice.
ETC. ALSO ,, Or any Country Produce my customer*
or friend* may bring All concerned will take notice that six

of Sodawater Ginger Lake Worth, Dade County, Fla. to market. months after date I will present my final
account to Honorable Minor J 1)0(1'0,County -
P New House and Newly FurnMied.; Judge of Brevard county, Florida, and
Ale and other Drinks Rooms single or in Suites. pray for an order dismissing me from the
C I ask for a !share of the public patron- execution of the last will and testament of

RECEIVE PROMPT NEAR THE INLET. age, and come as a supplicant, not a rhine D. Wesson, late of said county
d ALL ORDERS dictator, asking for your favors.If deceased.
r ATTENTION. courteous treatment,good AGNES M. WESSON,
,>< goodaud: low figures is oO-Gmo. Adl1lini trntrix.
Best View of Lake and
S. A. BELCHER& COMPANY, the 'candidate for
public favor,
PROPRIETORS, And best Hunting and Fishing grounds then I'melected.

I on Lake Worth. Pianos! &
-10 Fine Lawn shaded by monster Oaks
for Chattanooga Plow Co.
Growth both
and Tropical Chilled Plows and SugarCane i
Wild and Cultivated.Try !,
Mills. -

us once and you will come again. If you want to purchase &

5 "FROST LINE" TO THE FRONT ALLEN E. HEYSER, Proprietor.C. I j t Piano or Organ, write to the undersigned -

Real Estate Dealers, t or give him a call.

Having Purchased the "Frost Line," II. SCOTT, f
Can sell you any of the instruments -
&nd feeling the necessity of keeping up Dade Co., Fla. EASTERNHAIRDRESSING I
Lake Worth of the best and leading
f her past Good Reputation as a Swift and SALOON. t s

Great Courier, I ask of the people a Con FOR SALE. makers at prices that defy 1
tinuance of If you want a clean and easy shave,
their Good Favor.
A tract of land on Indian River in the II As clean as barber ever gave, i competition. '
Will Make Contracts for countof Brcvard consisting of 88 Just call on me at my saloon, I ..
; ,
it being lot No.3, and south half I At morning, eve, or afternoon. ;

: Delivery of Lumber and Large acres of the; northeast quarter of section 3a= I I'll cut and comb your hair with grace. I, > t Raiios and Organs soli on tie MaHlent -
$/iV; v55j j istvij| !
lot No. 3, being the southwest quarter To suit the contour of your face; >* Sj ill
northwest quarter of section To you I'll give a good shampoo, l Cargoes the
36 both in township 31 south, range 39 The art of which is known to fe,,. i lM45i J-1 S-lF I ) plan when desired. Disceimi
Anywhere up or down Indian River. This is a very desirable piece ofSSnmock My scissor's sharp,my razor's keen, 1
r. Be sure before closing contacts ,I of rich quality, suitablefor My shop is a ways neat and clean, to CUB on Organs
you see me
elsewhere. the rafsinlr of all tropical fruits. Is And everything I'm sure you'll find, It I :All correspondence will receive pr.nnn'\
I situated at the Narrows, near hnos post- To suit the taste and please the mind. t II attention.
Respectfully, office Will sell cheap for cash. For J And now to all who patronize intend It I t .
address Just come along and bringyour friends, E. R. WAGER, .
particulars t
I J. W. ROGERS, KMLQW. And I assure I will -
I you try _
::18: B. 1Uus\'llIc, FlorLdn.i
'. Owner. ;.ept. o. JJrockton. Mass. My very best to satisfy. may, IS. V. '

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:. ,1 j MAY 16 1SSO.
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v. I Consumption! Surely Cured
> .'
.,' ,"':' ,- and deacons, the success of the movement : DAUGHTERS OF EVE. To TH<< I:1InoB-l1 iul rm ycmrpoime rnden t a&
rensd- tor tear alrotaaathecae
I ta" a
V STRAY BITS. has been small. jTh2' f' John Bright did not like Shakespeare -." B) U. UluriJ U.txl4 tht.ouud-,( GtFeiy

"'.., :, t -- '. 'i f'i The empress of Austria, ia improving under Mr. Charles Santley. the great English ,;1.Ea Lair Lc-.u: lw.L'1.:1., ctr. ..u. I5Lailk

'{... i,I, A Cbicsso min clams to be living oneight \I made tp bow ia fancy sflts to bacilaia : massage treatment.Mrs. baritone singer is a capital painter, both in : 3 ca.-trM-l.d rr dvt t ra_oo 't.o w.CtLf Lau r..luvwl Lw) rrtu.twa,11 tits it Intl IQu-

', j'. cents a weed i the lock, u mere or less popular for street Mona Caird has organized a scheme of water and in oils. .J We tilrtr t'111J't"U Z L Li pu-t Cldk .""-

;'; After the Eoanmr cf nIl other exhibitions, the young men of the En mctlrcvclis. clubs in England.Miss P. Huntington rests on aH of Satur- Y.r.p1 rttt.tr .
I wecr neighbors' Mr. r. \. :,UJCt: :. :U.l..l.., Ir.rl .t., : I", ...
the Melbourne eshibiticn closes with a deficit : But the way up English swells Cobden has been obliged to give up day and Sunday, and then does about three 3*

): of 1000000.: t won't have it or any other tis that has H her work on account of ill health. days' work on Monday. --

',;: During the year 18S3 nearly 700 persons buckle.Hcdest. Mrs. James G. Blaine has recently sold two Professor J. P. Mahaffy. the noted scholar I T.\TJ-OF OHIO, CITY OF ToLEDo.LUCA& It

:! disappeared in Philadelphia, a large percentage lots for 30,00). Trinity college Dublin will visit Americaon t COUNTY, .?. r?. 4
I' I is pale blue re-:1'J of her Washington
in a this
summer. makes oath
beard of. appearance j on a lecturing tour FRANK J. CIIEXEY tnat Leis
of whom were never had five i
'J ji queen bin f-enciast. with. tiny ftjuares c: Miss Morstock, an English painter, Professor Arminius Cambers has obtained i theenior partner (,f F. J. CHEXY 4

rt I ; A scheme b about to be launched to build gold wire on its surface pictures In the Royal Academy thi year. permission to search for historical Hungarian; : Co., doing; buinesin the City of Toledo,

r i: a canal between the Bristol and the English Mrs. Celia E. Wentworth is said to be the documents in the sultan's library County: ami stale afreaid, and that

I". :. J channcl3 It will be about forty-five miles For an all arounJ serviceable full W-'a only lady pupil Cabanel ever received into France thinks that it has a new dramatic I -aid thin will 10 ay the sum ..! ONE

.. I long. "own, z.ctLug *i preaches a good bteck real his studio. author, Jules Lemaitre the author of "Revolter i HUNDRED DOLLAK.- each aaj

Rhubarb came from China about 1373, and lace one. The wire of First Assistant Postmaster rectntly produced at the Odeon. every ca,e tf CaUrrh that cannot lcun.d

1 f. ;i when introduced into England was called i: General Clarkson is said to be :very cle"erI M- MCoquelin. since his return to Paris hasbeen bv the u.-e of HALL'S CATARRHCUKE.

: "patience. Turnip leaves were first eaten I I politician. outspoken in his admiration of the appreciation F'1 A'K. J.CHENEY.

-. i!:.<, 1 ua salad. THE LATEST IN JEWELS. There are C.OOO girls preparing to enter the of humor shown by Americans. j Sworn tu bvf'.re rue anti cub-crir,1 in
: ; r
J.& r Chri&tmao Island the test; annexation of Sew'ork Normal collie, and only t 00 can Toe Duke of Edinburgh, who has the reputation -, inv dirtier/cc. tLii Gth tlay ul lkt.\: u.Ler.
The earring is cedingA cga=2 1nittedIi.s
Loop a '
economical man
the most .
Britain b the highest coral island of being; .\ u. *C.
.< Great hundred feet frpal diamond studded tortoise forms a ) ; Minnie Freeman the blizzard heroine, Europe, is suiTering severely from dyspepsia.Lord i -----. v A.V.. GLEA.-
1 three or
kaolin nag. tasty lacepin. is now taking a full business course. in a college Randolph Churchill thinks "Sybil"DiTakli' .YdT1) l..W i,..
from the LlHaii'
i KO.A i
wita at Lincoln, Neb ; Mr. Justin McCarthy. .
Circles of twisted bold lisks, :ct ; bt novel, --
I trial in
!, colored woman testified at a purls, caie admirable brooches.Individual Some of the most prominent women of "Conmgsby." and Mr T. P. O'Connor. "Tan- Catarrh Cure b taken i ir,;-raaHI
r Stanford. Ky., ".tb:1tte would have been Boston have signed a protest against: the ; the b..
; r- take the form: of crt d. : .md r.ct> dirtttly UJM'U "}'1 and
killed bad she not Isles the bullet which was peppsrs now docking of horses tails. The king of Spain, Alfonso XIII, not yet 3 ; muco? s-urface" of the \ teni. s\':J'i f..If

< coming straight ct tier and dodged it." the stump of a tree u: bright:: ri1 cr. Sin ri:1 Gabr.eili Sal vini,daughter of the years old is a rosy cheeked, fair child of : t timonia::!. F. J. CHENEY ,& <_ o .

d : The pet dog of a I lady at Dumbartonshire, Louis XVI ornamentation: is being exteniivc'lr illustrious tragedian has di>;tinguL lied herself bright disposition and more than ordinary I T it oJu. 0.

r Scotland.'hich del recently was placed in utilized in silver toilet articles.Round as a clever amateur actress.A quickness and curiosity for his age. Ip :'tlitl LY 1Jru _i..t, ;:; l', Lt.. ;;

an elegant; mahogany coffin with brass heads of gold wire, tipped with Boston statistician states that seven- The portrait of the late Chief Justice Waite -- --

f 'I j' mountings and del K, ted in the family' burial diamond?, adorn tenet shell hairpins.HiaLiturt' tenths of the marriage engagements that are has just been added to Ue co isction of portraits t: +iVrl 9
i broken are broken by women.A members of the United States supreme
ground Indian clubs of dull golf are a A
H mined : ton of rope made from the hair of devout court in tae robing room in tide Capi-
A Et. Louis ccal company recently L:w caprice in bent; tins cufF buttons. women of Japan has been used in building a Bo1trr 1a

t at Danville, 1l1.,a lump of coal: that weighed
: : S='I toboggans, accurately reproduced inunilLred *:;..UUOOQO temple to Buddha at Kioto. toLCoL Olcott, the head of the American theosophists i w
It shipped to Chicago, @ [
.:1 37,003 pounds. U
!.her,nre a new departure brr.nsI'ws. Mrs Spurgeon. wife of the celebrated London Lteiy preached aIDcn on E.. .
And the timllCN in the mine had to be tat en _.., ""
I preacher, sends books to poor country in on the day on which the rJir'\!? : ,1
1 down for its removal.The I Buddhism Japan FORAtorpirt '''-'' t 1.1 i... & t1 i.
and bonnets to their wives. rati
A moonstone head in a diamond shaped clergymen new Japanese constitution was
lection of the coca plant in South : Cleveland has just publishedthe Hscf erartj-VM the tsboio- .
prc setting forms a brooch! of the recherch The Duchess of
auJ r.3
fied.Ward tctAi, 1.I&"uti
\. America is RO enormous that one-eightieth '_:".1r. "Battle Abbey Holy a work which L> I"A.llh"'teof New York society

t part of it would be sufficient to swamp the likely to prove of great historical value. fame, i; about to write a book on his social SickDyspepsia Headache,
markets of the outside world. Almost all of A L.r niatcli: bon has been: introducedlLat At Mrs Mackay's. 7 Buckingham Gate reminiscences. He will only mention those: Rheumatism
\ instead of in the usualfashion.
;; it U consumed in South America. cpcns lite a Look, London, an annual sale of Irish cottage industries whom Le things entitled to belong to his ,

; At a type writing contest in London a was recently opened by the Duchess '.fourhundred.." : Sallow Skin and Files.

( month ago there were 123 entries and nearly Aa hairpin head a small fmo..er, of Abercorn. Li Hung; Chang, the viceroy of China buangerousiy There ii no better remedy for these

'i ell appeared. The first prize was for seventy- fcnnsd cf unnionds: onJ rubies is not to bedcp Wright Burke, of Troup county, Ga., has ul Tee emperor has inquired common disease than Tutf Liver

if. : words :5L been married fifteen years and has fourteen daily about his health and has written an autograph I-Ubt:11 a trial u-iUprol"C. Iriee,25e.
words minute or thirty
: nine a twenty children, twins five times, triplets once and letter expressing the hope of his nunister' Sold Everywhere.
: Ian than have been achieved in the United A burnished silver pen, engraved with the
1 ; one solitary alone. speedy recovery. -
in -----
U ------ -
States. word "souvenir, an original conception
.," brood Mrs. Humphry Ward has gone to Italy for Bishop Hyacinth Ronay of Hungary to&GEm SAMPLES"' FRt .!!
1 For the: supper to be served at the inauguration : a rot. She has received a pleasant letter whose death is; &announced was the personal a )ta..Ltia)+ITaaw TtuhQitNfiSg

Is :J in Washington, there will be Son handsome tniniiturc brooches ere from Mr. Gladstone criticising her article in friend of ho uth. His career, in spite of his

provided *:' ),00 raw oysters, 0,000 stewed encircled with diamonds: and turquoUcs al- The Nineteenth Century.The clerical robes was one of the most: remarkable I briuhtoTII r.URm.r.cr.N.i HUB UH li'trwij:

oysters, 2S.< chicken croquettes C.OOO sweetbread ternating. temperance women of London have among Hungarians of the period. 4 tnkp.nbw' (idl.etly. Crr'artta5ie.

i I pates,200 gallocs of terrapin and other Thj h-.ad: cf a bulldog in cridized silver, tct succeeded in getting; police matrons appointedfor Lord Brassey has just fitted up and fur- S.f'Pftaf'laIYhnal1.A44.rcu'U ca.Ueu r.ux..die.fdT. %ia tte.a.v,1!!..b..t 3ra.tat .r.

articles of food in prc'portion. in: a cellar cf garnets, L a Lars rrrinlilo iu all the stations in that great city. The nished a most interesting addition to his

t hunters ".. city is to pay their salaries. house in the shape of a collection of valuable PARKER'SHAIR
A party cf San Bernardino Cal nin:h oo: .
I has home for self supportingwomen curiosities gathered by him and Lady Brassey
c who went for a day's sport bad very hard Silver shaving mugs tro lined with >slyer Chicago a around the world in the BALSAM
where board is to be had for t'.3a a during voyage Cleanses and beautifies the Liir.
luck until they hired a small boy to play the ail an:heavily emhossal fitb llacchanalian -
gilt Sunbeam. .
week. It is for the accommodation women Promotes a luxoxunt growth.Never
harmonica for them. As soon as the music i. Fa'.lt:' to Restore Gnj
t scenes.
: eldest of the Duke
c who earn f 5 a week and less. Viscount Mandeville, son Cclcr.tl .
Hair t3 its YooUtfHl
began the canyon swarmed with rabbits An original pattern in watch cbri.... an ; Mrs. Evelyn O. Tome has been elected president of Manchester, who was recently charged in '" faft't..u awl tiara ra.ta ga
loaded themselves down 6I'.c. a."t tl tatrtrf"aHINDERCORNS.
and the hunters
1 invtrtul geld triangle with a diamond cres- ; of the Tome seminary for girls at Pert London with fraud in obtaining money un-

with game. rent in the center Deposit, Md., recently founded by a gift of der false pretenses, claims that the pressureof -

,. i People on Broadway, Sew York, slwa i Arno. lace novelties.' one having four i $1,000,000 from Jacob Tome. bis creditors is a conspiracy on the part of fie only nre Cure for Corns. Stp mil pain. Trotr.on tttel
:g I his enemiesThe to the feet.15&*t Prngyii HtscviA Cow XT.CONSUMPTIVE.
: small boy working a folding bed in the win Lady Randolph Churchill is about to make
t ; cblcng pals set in a square, whoso ends nre ;
dow of 'a furniture house. He looked so ex her debut in literature it is said, with an article emperor of Austria has purchased from gFF

hausted that some one raised a row and it '!! a< t b\- c. beautiful rubvPOPULAR- : in Longman's New Review on her experiences the family of Count Wolkenstein-Rodinegg a YO'QFsv.*- ,' 'men.r.,,, tu'lA. Asthma I D' lwPARKER'S
collection of the songs of the Tyrolese minne GINGER TONIC. has eared
: in Russian life.
was then developed that a steam engine in ;. society t&o wur i ca-Vrs arid M tne best remedy fur *H x arfriBf
f I singer Oswald von Wolkenstein, and has defective nit u.idin. The la use.; Sda amt Si.t
tbo basement was doing the work and the SAINTS. ; Mrs. Harriet Hosmer, at a reception gi"eni _
it to the library of Firdinandeum
1s the < club wore five presented ..,......
I boy was playing stool pigeon. i by 11icago.oman's at Innsbruck. Aor.n1 po r ,..
4 modern St. Agnes is the patron of maidens. medals four of gold and: one of silver which i 1tu.L I'lu
The advertising card is of entirely : had been awarded her in.Italy. Baron Maximilian Washington, a relativeof !

1!' origin, although the Egyptians, Greeks and j St. Hubert is the patron of hunters. 11 Hannah Battersby the fat woman, was advertised the immortal general and the present head /1\ Sciatic rains

+ ; i Romans knew something about advertising. i St. Monica b the patron of matrons.St. ; as weighing $00< pounds. She was of one branch of the family, resides in his :
the desired result through' Castle of Poels, in Styria. He is nearly 60
: They accomplished Sebastian is the of soldiers. weighed after her death the other day and i .\. bans! h1"1 any PN"k. Hi",. KIin y anll rtentePail"
r I .the medium of posters, as several bills, i patrcn the exact figures were S43 pounds. years old and resembles in personal appearance I Ub"umaU.Searlc.. sharp: anll w.akrnugPtin'
is the of childhood.St. his ancestor. $Rf'lif'\"foti "n"tt: b'' t'h CnrtinlTa AD-
found the St. Pancras patron great nlf'
'f j painted in black and red, were on i ,
: teacher in the San Fran-
s Miss N. Trover, a tiiD Plaster. Trip fir.t and only tn.tantanruaa1airkau.u
I' walls of the Pompeilan dwellings.A Blase prevents and cures sore throats. I cisco schools, succeeded in retaining her position Historian Froude is much annoyed over ;: tr"r.llthf'n1t: r-l..tt'!" 5 .-..nt. the
I the criticisms written on his novel "The Two for *1 (I 0 At di:,i.r.. oof POTn Dsrn iila
. at the Campbell St. is invoked toothache.St. I and keeping the fact of her marriage a .
c man applied county, Apollonia against Chiefs of Dunboy." His first effort in fiction, CHE I.1L' t .. 13r1tt.
q I Va, clerk's office for a marriage certificate, Vincent de Paul is the patron of chari- secret for five years, when it was revealed bya if his historical work does not come under Puuy1....btaeishrads. dlari and oi1; enenrtdbt

Ii Kit wanted it for a quarter. The clerk exacted t:. divorce suit.Woman that head, will not encourage him to continuein CTTLTK SOAP

tl, the usual price Next day tIn flogging exists as a punishment in the new line he has essayed.
St. Mamma is the patron of virgins and All South African
9' the Transvaal the pressis
returned and asked: the clerk to refund
min Young Mr. George Vanderbilt has
Waves violently opposed to it, but only recently a amonghis HIRES
'' as the girl refused to marry a man that was f treasures the table which Napoleon wrote
receive fifteen lashes
1 so. stingy as to try to beat down the price of fI St. Barbara b invoked for the last sacraments I for woman using way obscene sentenced language.A to upon during his exile at St. Helena. It was

r *g marriage license. t presented to him by Mir James McHenry, of
( number of Detroit ladies have organized London whose house in Holland Park is a 25 HIRES IHPROTCD tiei1
St. Thomas Aquinas is the patron of ,
: The Los Angeles Tribune says that tin i a society for the cultivation of the art of relics of the I
repository interesting empire.
( quickest time on record of a sailing vessel i schools.St. conversation. They very properly regard ROOT BEER!
Bushiri East African monarch
from Australia to the United States bas just Roch is invoked against contagious the attainment as one of the highest; and as King an ;

t been made by the American clipper South diseases. much to be sought after as piano playing or has put a definite value on missionaries captured I *
by his troops. He holds three English I IN LIQUID BOILING EASLY: MADE
l American, which arrived at San Diego harbor St. Camillus of Lellis is tho cfhospitals. painting.The !
patron clergymen in captivity at present and demands ; THIS PACKAGE MAKES RYE CAiLCNS
.( ; recently, after a run from Sydney of death of Lady Arnold, wife of the $5,000 as the price of their release. 1

Ir '' t ?,OO) miles in fift. -three days. The next best I, author of "The Light of Asia" is deeply regretted The British consul at Zanzibar will pay the : yr ,%4.r 7v16G4l1QNl
St. Sabine b invoked against gout r.-.nl in England where she was widely ; /O' o-A"VO
record is sixty-one days. ransom.
rheumatism.St. known. She was the daughter of the Rev.
John WiOOn.lit'in near Astov, Fla., cut a : Many are the detractors of Charles Dickens -
i Aloysius is the patron of youth, purityand William Henry Channing and the granddaughter -
big tree in the and found I but his amanuensis has given him the ;
11 ,t cypress swamp students.St. of William Ellery Charming, the ; -
l therein a live alligator seven feet long. At i great Boston Unitarian divine. Lady Arnoldwas most bitter blow of all. In an interview 001JEER"
Joseph spouse of the blessed Virgin published some time since he says: "He(Dick :
the opening in the tree was not half largn born in England.The
I Mary, b the patron of the universal church ens) was an insatiable cigarette smoker, and
f '
enough for the &;ator to get through, the presumption chef de cuisine of a big Brooklyn hotel
i I Catholic News when dictating to me always had a cigarettein I
b that it crawled in when quite had just read Mrs.Ward's novel, and in orderto his mouth." ;

young and lived on birds and reptiles that I St. Benedict Joseph Labr> is invoked: be abreast of the fashion named a new
I "Potage a la Robert Elsmere." It The Pall Mall Gazette pays a characteristic : -oo most APPETIZING and WBOLESOX-
r sought refuge in the tome tree. egain! lightning soup
failed to take with the guests, one of whom tribute to John Bright in saying that his I X'2:=PSKANCB DJUMK laths world. 'raT T .
The waters of nearly all the hot springs ins wrath at the bombardment of Alexandria-,
.\ Tedious Walt. said to the proprietor: "Appropriate name
Black Rock region, Nevada, are so strongly that. I hadn't sufficient faith in heaven to was absurd, and that 'he was probably more I Ask your Droggist or Grocer for it.
Sojourner (at tavernl:1dune I
Impregnated with mineral matter that they country responsible for the failure to prevent the war :
; am in great haste and very hungry. Can devour the book or the soup. C. E HIRES PHILADELPHIA
than any man in the cabinet. But his fameis j
will animal matter in
s petrify vegetable or n
r you get me up a couple of fried eggs? While the queen regent of Spain was en- such :
against at befoulment.
i few years. One enterprising genius has the Landlady-Yes, sir tertaining Queen Victoria at San Sebastian secure attempts NOTICE OF ISCORPOIt.,TIOS.I .

bodies of three Indians in soak, and when : Sojourner after lonesaltinOgIt's some by an odd coincidence the Duchess of Madrid Justice Horace Gray, of the United States ;I Notice is
hereby given that the undersigned -
;, t they are converted into stone he expects to time since 1 ordered those eggs, madame. was extending a similar courtesy to Princess supreme court insists on doing his own mar- i I. '
them hens Jeff I Louise of Bavaria The duchess keting, and is a keen expert on all matters persons have formed a company for
make a fortune exhibiting them. Landlady-Drat go out at Viareggio. the
1i I
of maintaining
M to tbu barn and stir 'em up.-Harper's is wife of Don Carlos and,in Legitimist eyes, pertaining to the market, especially in the I i purpose constructing,
i J. Devlin a train employe on the New Bazar rightful queen of Spain and the princess is selection of game. It is said at the stall there and operating a railroad, or tram-road,
rt'1 York Central and Hudson River railroad : Irom Lake Poina and Co-
a direct descendant of Charles I, and would that he waits before purchasing a bird until tt to Kkledjre

found a poctetLooL containing PJOOO bs That Wat Not Ills Profession.Mr probably be queen of England today were it the feathers have begun to drop out and fall ''coa, with the privilege of extending to Cit 1

: r : Sunday in a seat of a drawing room car attached : Van Stine Your friend who has just not for the act of settlement. upon the floor.Professor Point, about parallel with the Indian Liven

a to an east bound train. He returno left us seems quite a pessimist Miss Jones. j: Tyndall, the scientist, is an Irishman through the towns Of Rockledge, Cocoa

Miss Jones-Oh, Mr. Wabash is but intense anti-home and City Point, Fla. The name of said
+ the money to its owner, J. E. Loftus, a Eost no. an I an ruler. Professor -

onion, tt ho was returning from the west oculist. and they do say one of the finest in ELECTRIC NOTES. i iI I Tyndall's family was originally of an railroad, or tram-road, company is"Indian
the city.-Harper's Baz&r.Metamorphosed.. I English stock-indeed, the professor traces River and Lake Poinsett Railway Company
Ur. Lofiu+ handed Devlin $1,000. "
rtc I France and China have his descent to the great Tyndall,the translatorof The railroad is to run from Lake

f.; Last fall Mrs. Cyremius Hall, of Isle d. the China and Tonquin telegraph agreed lines.to connect the Bible. His parents were by no means I!I Poi sett to Rockledge and Cocoa, with

,I jj Hope, Tean., to encourage her hens to by, i She used to warble doleful songs I rich and young John may be said to have : privilege of extension to City Point through

l placed China nest eggs in half a dozen nests la high any shrill soprano; The electrical treatment of sewage bids fair educated himself. !I Kockledge, Cocoa and City Point, about

; Not long afterward the eggs disappeared, 1 Sh did full many grievous wrongs I to give sanitary engineers one of the most The members of the Royal Geographical I parallel with the river, 7 to 1 t miles in

.. : and where they went was a complete mj"tcry > i i"j Unto ber poor piano. : a valuable long time.Brussels improvements. submitted to them in society are laughing at Lord Lonsdale's : length: all in Erevan County, Florida.

t !'!j 1 until the other day, when a chickeft WTiene'er a tune she heard forthwith i claims to have done something good in the !I The company's capital stock consists of
She seized and I is to have a system of electric distribution i of one hundred shares of hundred dollars
i snake was killed near tho hen house and to then arranged it. way of geographical discovery. The assertion i one
Rr name of was Lucy Smith, by means of underground wires for each- of increasing
"j the snake were found two of the china : fore i that he has discovered anything worth know- ,I $10,000with privilege
eggs I But recently she's changed it. : the purpose of furnishing light and motive ing, or has gained any information which I, such stock to 2shues of $100

,t.: A floating island U said to exist on Henry's She traveled to artistic Rome I power and, if needs be, currents capable of will be of value to scientific men is treated ': each, in all. The undersigned compose its

lake, Idaho. It is about 200 feet in diameter I! To study with Fuzini. being utilized in other ways. : as a huge joke. ; first Board of Directors:

aad is erratic in its travels, frequently, I'I And now 1 sea she's coming home The most successful electric brake is controlled I ODDS AND ENDS. I C. B. )IAGJtt>EB,

though going with the wind, which catches As Lucia SmithiaiAmerica i by a dynamo on the locomotive Incase H. S. 'VILUAt.LEns *,

in the trees and thereby carries it along. It I'I I a train breaks in two sections a separate I, Powr,
A Preference. motor automatically the train. The Two new streets in Berlin are to be named
( is add that the curiosity might remain nearshore stops R. P. PADDISO*,
.S for daand then during the m.hii' \ "Do you believe that Dr. Holmes was right I system is made up of a series of magnets on Bach and Wagner. E. P. PORCHER.
1 trhen he said is for I each car : The habit of taking ether is said to be eXtremely This
sneak and in the morning be poverty a cure dyspep-- March 5, A. I). 1889 41-3mo-
away many
t sin prevalent in the north of
t The new arrangement of high power electrical Ireland.
: miles distant.
'ii' "It may be. I'd rather have the dyspep6U. distribution is based on the fact that Coral is said to be a coming rage. It is to

i For many years the Russian church has ."Harpers Bazar.Fiction 1 the number of Watts consumed by an incandescent -, be worn in all forms, even for buttons. It is estimated that the work being

t been doing missionary work in Alaska lamp iaoinit time can be controlled There were 10,988 pictures submitted for done at the St. Johns bar and Cumber :

I : t chiefly among the Thlinkets of southeastern .I of the Period. whatever tab: electromotive force of the circuit I this years ethibition at the London Acad- land sound will cause the distribution of ;

r ,: "' Al sVn., Sixty thousand dollars has been appropriated owl women now essay the style and the resistance of the lamp may be, emy. not less
Of writing which Is hot provided only that the electromotive force is than $200 OOO in_ Alachuacounty. .
for this work from the
11 annually AM pen erotic ooreb with A copy of John Eliot's Bible has Just been .
Creator 'Ibis
than 3 required by the lamp when I will assist in bridgj
I. imperial treasury at St.Petersburg, but, la, .,:.je accent on the rot worked in the ordinary purchased by the trustees of the British mu- materially
fpite of the labors of,a large band of priest -Washington; CrtOa team. lug over the dull summer season. ,

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;: CURIOUS THINGS OF ,LIFE: the S eec f any bottom without dealer, says me he and.has the Brice W..tamped L.Don lap Ui L. C. OLIVER. t F. T. nUDGE.OLITE .

pot"hIm down. a fraud
i r9q\1yn man dreamed, he. was in aLm.agpi
1 & E1.TDG-E:
and drew hb pistol from under .
t. shot himself. ,
< ,rand
. his P 0 .
divorce case at Httsburg, Pa., a wo- Dealers inGEORGIA
: Ina t .
Ie testified that soon after marriage herman

laid down a rule that she was not

btz> and butter, eggs or lard. :
t celt meat PINE LUMBER .

. Arter, of Youngsville, Pa., went: to
Cyrus I ,
Grove to attend the funeral abrothSam .

er taken who ill bad there been with grief accidentally and died killed in ,a was few j'i SHINGLES AND LATHS _.

day"- .
A Tacoma, W. T., paper says that place is '

being blessed with a perfect cloud burst of tGrE ER.A.L : .. .. wwEii;

babies It reports the birth of twenty baby -

and dainty girls In different parts of.

.the boYS town. 'Sash Doors and Blinds Stoves Tinware and
; Crockery.
Levi Johnson, of Boston, Ga., is 84 years ,

old and has been blind for ten years. The

and other he day called his for sight a book suddenly and returned read with to perfect him I P AIro-TS .A. D OXLer


' A case.woman in Findlay, 0., and a friend of $3 SHOE FORCENTLEI'AEN.. .I II Refrigerators Water Coolers Ice Cream Freezers
... ,
Best the ,
Utica N. Y., both dreamed the same 'world. Examine btu ,
ben in .5.00 GENUINE
identical dream on the same night, although 84.00 HANf>-SEWKI> WILT SHOE. I

hundreds of miles apart. Both dreamed of *S2-5 2.50 EXTRA POLICE VALUE AND FA CALF KMKllS SHOE.* SHOE. Screen Wire, Screen Windows, Screen-Wire Doors.

funerals, of course S2.25 WORKINGMAN'S 8HOK. .
82.00 and 1.75 BOYS SCHOOL SHOES
Several years ago a piece of a pump stock All made In Congress, Button and Lace. '.'

was placed in a spring at Neversink, Pa.., for w. L. DOUGLASFOR POWDER AT NEW YORK PRICES.

salt keeping. It was taken out lately, and

next day au eel two and a half feet long was S3 SHOE TITUSVILLE
in it full of animation. ,
found Best Material. Best Style. Best Fitting
is the Pooh Bah of Denn"iU u cot sold by your dealer, write
Vose &
These are the offices he holds and -, e; '-nt' i Cnl W1.l< Master's Sale. I II \OTIC E.
Me. -1 -
Examine W. L. .. .. i
Douglas $2 Shoes for .i': -% -.. .r. J3.:;:.u: : (
of service First select- ,, h'Fnl1llf.
length : ... ,
the "honored" 1 ft./1 I;' !! v &!'.hn & "". !

man, 29 years; treasurer, 23 years; assessor, Gentlemen. .,,;'f nnnf s ,i4.,r.' 1-,. 1 p.ncA""J.r 14IU'.1. intt.'Y.\ a: .LU Lu,,.I I Under and by virtue of a final decree of LAND. OFFICE March GAINESVILLE.30th. }
31 ; overseer, 24 years; town agent 20yean. FOR SALE BY I .( 1 r :-. aitunt;a;'i-na. Twin. ts.t.'.i'r.ill' foreclosure, issuing out of the Circuit court .
years II t :tf. I ,. ,...yju..\ ..r..t& '1Ze ,WI,"11...... of the Seventh Judicial circuit of Floridain Notice i* hereby given that the following -
; 1Y cues d e.t"al "I"e
;; r n-inied
C. J. HECTOR I 'ij. : V."l4tIrnoniDucblor' i and for Brevard countin a certain settler has tiled notice of.

A Steubenville man thought something '.tr. "': W.f:. "..."Z7 t '.' :Tiih tea= car seta's'arr"one 1.,19111-free. i I cause therein depending wherein Lucinda his intention to make final proof In Hip-

was wrong with his nose. It was nearly l\lclboUIIlC Fla.LT" .,:!I'L t'r' o, ie ice' of Slotmrlialillimpid. I Tuttle (a widow is and Val. I port of his claim. and that said proof
.. ,. ), complainant
topped up. After suffering from this annoyance "t ,4..- it'-.v-:' ; e,"Ii..u.r.The as the wuch .e. seed. II 1 entine Gailor and Carrie Gailor and Char- will be made before A. A.Stewart. Clerk
almost a year or BO he went to the ',. -'' ;'1 r.-- }'"t"f'.and after y.'u Sm kept Circuit Court at TitusviHe Fla..'on May
lie Gailor heirs of
Albertina Gailor
there -. for 2 u..:u!.& Ri.il shown them to those ,
who removed a shoe button from the ... .,. in v. 24th. 1889 viz
doctor, =: : t.\.it. : David L. Conrad) of Canaveral.
.. ..I.. who m /II.IT- -- i 1.they bcotjyoar own propen. Thosswho deceased and George F. Ensev administrator -
as -
base part of the nasal cavity. The man now t.{ : / *>r..e >c ......r ran be Ire of receiving the Watch hd. Xo. 13351 for the east i of
: .
: : an,1 SantplrWepty all tzprv', freirtit.ctc. Address : of said Albertina Gailor, and
breathes more easily.In r"'"'" ':'} rf ::7' ..-. ;.n. i Stinioa &&: Co., Box 312: ,Portland,Maine. Seward F. Gray as guardian ad item of said north eist 4 forth west J of north east

a few of the famine stricken districts of It.{?._.Ij (.-. .':.,-..' ...,. i Carrie Gailor and Charlie Gailor, infants, south 4 sec. 14 and }lot 2 sec. 13'. Township. 2-J
their children. A range 37 east. .
China mothers are selling defendants I will, in
as Special Master
missionary, who visited the market town of i -.j g t ,,, S. : : _.!.r;.>- .wS93 To ,, Chancery, sell at public outcry to the highest He names I his the following' witnesses toprove
Wang Chia Ch'uan, met many women on ;' ."":4. I ': and best biddtr for cash on Monday coitinnon r{8id IWC upon, and
.. ; ,
.. cultivation
of said
*J land viz
"Who will this 1
streets calling out: buy : :
the and where
fovd the people can the third of June tliesame
can't feed him longer and I j,'': :.: ii :...; ... ". :! .- them we will Mod free to one day A. D. 18S9, James M. Webber Orlando Quaiter-
bojf 1 any -p" -". !'. .... .. '. ... ttt pertoa la each I "" "h."m .\rrr I{ being the first Monday in the month, Nathan
? "
want to hear him crying about for } t. 4 :: best Mwing.maehiae made in than \. Penny and Henry Wllon -
doat i i lni! : t : between the legal hours of sale in front
!r : \' l : : : I ; the world.with all the attachmtntt. ( o !' of Canavoial. Fla.
want of food. We will ale tend free a complete i the Court house door in the town of Ti-

Mr. Samuel Fries, residing near Steins- i :E; ;.(.l'E"7. .. :.... ; f. I I line cf our, In coilr return and we uk ralaahteartumplea aha you tusville: I Irev and county. Florida, the fol- 51 -S. C. Tl"CXER.legiUt"r.XOTICE. .
--- -- .
vffle, Lehigh county Pa., is happy in thepossession Ja'iJ: ::'s l-1 i: :" :;; :::,.. :': : { J.. tt-, '! 'mar.buw sal what at we year send h mC'to.Ind those aver.who 1 lowing described real estate, to wit : ThatI .
of a beard measuring 4 feet and 9 ---- -- -. ...- ,i. months all shall become your own I! certain lot of land situate in the town 01 .
property. This grand maibme u
inches in length-the same extending consid- 50 t'i'f: r.h. r!. UU.f Jl f a:'. 7:.: tttsr; Z.. omadeaner the Siuger pateot : Titusville, county of Brevard and State o LAND OFFICE
:Treat-.t. "t 11 ? :C.: ;, Ulf.C J; -?,; which have rca out: before patents \
below his knees. He is a man 71 i Florida and beingin lotoneof section
erably years three
sold for 893.wub the
oat it
1. March
icn>itive itoir.KCli, %vl>rncannu i li" I.atn u: .! I Oth, 1S8U. /
of age, well built, weighing 235 pounds, and lie solei.tcof -: ; :.:, : :... .... t ..rtnzair.i Des ,rtxbments.o.Best.atronaestmostux-and now sells forFRt. i, (3)township twenty-two ((22),south of range .'
has been cultivating his whisker crop for '! tlie oil \i.ltlit ails: t .I1'''('.a.i..i- I I. !t i, y Ail machine in the world. All i. i thirty-five ((35)) east, known and describedas Notice is hereby given thai the, follow
with success phitas Divscli mor r".i.'t. lout.RxnarluLto No capital required. Plain follows ing named settler has tiled notice his
straight along a I of
twenty-eight Beginning at the
years :M'"I'a*factions tr'n'D. I hose who write to as at once can Ie. : a point on
that probably stands unsurpassed.A t3 a fits;: pethi. I tune free the b*_t senior-machine. in the .world and the east side of Washington avenue, twenty- intention. to make final proof.. support
first line of works of blch art ever shown torrtht-rm Amertra. i ,
drunken tinsmith at Warsadin, Hungary Pcrflns gala wpldj! u hfie! taluii r it.SCOTT'S !.1.'A:Li xl d: CO.. liox 74O, Augusta. 31aino five feet south of the intersection of said of his claim. and that said proof will be
I east line of said avenue with the south line made before. A. fc texvart. Clerk Circuit
ascended the lofty steeple of the Franciscan
church there by means of the lightning to EMULSION bo the Finest is ackcowicdgedbjPhysicians and Best i of the station)grounds of the Jacksonville, I I Court at Titusville. Fla.. on Friday May
precarwticn 24th. 1SS9, viz : James M. Webber
of Canaveral
and \Vest
conductor, and stood upright on the in the world for the relit f end cure of Tampa Key RulwaCom pan", -
cross at the top. He remained in this perilous l from said point of beginning run east one (I[ :Fla.. hd. No. lS3J: for ihe southeast
CONSUMPTION, SCROFULA, i i t of sec. 11,
hundred feet th'nce.south J Township :12 south
position for fully fifteen minutes and de- PIANSf ; thirty feet; ,I
thence west hundred feet :, range
livered a speech to the crowd that was watchIng one to the east
him from below. Afterward he calmly DISEASES, EMACIATION, line of Washington avenue; thence run names the fuUoniug'itllt- es to

descended to the ground without being in any COLDS and CHRONIC COUGHS. t I north along the east line of Washington I' pn\.e his continuous residence UpUIi. :Uh

hurt. The great remedy for Consumption, and I avenue to the starting point; together with cultivation ot, said laud. viz:

way Wasting in Children. Sold by I I all and singular the tenement, heredita I, lI'lIn..iI OIl, Nathan N. Penny. Oilando '-

CURIOUS HEADGEAR.In I ments and appurtenances thereunto be Qllart{rmall and David L. Conrad ,
I of Canaveral, Fla.

Norway a high hat shaped something PPIPII m .longing.Dated this 2-.th day of April, A. D. lSS!). :51 :;. TUCKER.. IU>gi tcr.

like a flower pot is worn, and the Cossack I J. P. lUKNER,

wean a hat like a stove pipe without a brim. 4t Master in Chancery, Notice to Creditors, Legatee und
Robbins & Graham Solicitors
for Distributees.
Today among the Swiss a bat b worn sImi- (Prickly Ash, Poke Root, and Potassium.) ? S.. plainant. 2-ot.com
lar in form to the old Puritan hat. It, how- I 1 it All persons having claims and demands

ever, is often ornamented with gay colored CURES I' against estate ui Robert AVal her as creditor

ribbons laced about it. .1 'I "'.. l oj.. :p:::, ,*.1t'o '..,va I Notice of,Incorporation. legatee or distributees will take no-

SYPHILISPrimary I ( '.:\ i. +; 5-i.! < trM ft. J-j I tice that their claims must: be prexentt-d to
The about black of Mahomet : :
priest .
nit or I.-t: ', ,. ".--- _- .' .. "VV/rsOT 1. The name of this corporation shall
I :
who wanders the African tribes 1. ( ..t., ; -'--*. ",. L I'hc me two years from the date hereofor
among ,
.1" s' "The Indian River Land and
Secondary,and Tertiary Syphilis,S rph- \. ; will
wean his sable head a white or fez, 4-. ..#-.i. _,. : -.., ?M:; \. same be barred, and persons indebted -
upon cap ilitic Eruptions. Scrofula and scrofulous Eruptions. Io.t >.Js;*;' t ment Company, and its principal Improve-I
such as he expects to wear in Paradise.An Ulcers and 01.1 Sores Lheumatism and ..- _.. ':--." :r2 a ..: i business shall be Hardeeville to said estate will make payment to
all disease of the blood ; nil thoee that bate '. f.- me. E. HALE,
African hat is in the form of a helmet resisted other treatment yield fUadily and surely ._._ _. = # Florida. i Administrator of Robert Walker late.of
woven of rushes or straw, having a peakedtop to the wonderful power of P. P. P., the great -- -- : "'" '.- '" '. The general nature of the business of f Iule ,

and a mask or visor extending down over Blood Purifier. I :J'a'i," .'' "" ..'} said corporation shall be town improvements : county ISJsU., deceased.April "
the ta e. There are two holes or goggles for 't:: ,.::, (i "-"../. ?J-1 bt \1 '. ".. at Hardeeville \'icimh.-the : 1, .>l-8w.
f i r"'r 1 4is' -
the eyes.. I ..".." ., ..y" -- --m building.a hotel, &c. !I
.. _",,1\t ..
In Mohammedan countries the turban is I .. ----.C'o'ih.-- .. .l. : i 3 t The capital stock of the corporat'onshall NOTICE.All .
la impurity In the blood, rrodncins Lumps or i
found. Some of these are scarfs wrapped and Swelling an cau in-.* Running ores on the Arms I '.0 4r- consist of ],UUO shares of $100 each,
twisted about the head. Others aro combinations Legs, or Feet, for the cure of which uee }'. I*. P., rL.r i Lo ill,;, SoOOCO: : of said stock to be paid in and the I pt'rsuua eoncorned'viiI new tako
earth. All thewj I notice th:;t. six month! after date I will
of scarf and fez with a button and the greatest blood on i balance to be held by the corporation to bedUjxtscd ,
diseases yield readily to the power: of P. P. }., pre-ent to 11,,". 3Hnor S. .Jmll'.-. ('auntyJudge
a tassel giving new life and MJW Strength, IS HOT FURNISHED cf lor improvements as necessityshall 'I! of llreva id Florida
I eonlity, my
When stove pipe hats were first introduced t ; require. tii.al voucher
aa< tbe
among Indians usually they punched the top BLOOD POISON i WITHOUT ONE. ; 4. The coi f.oration shall commence its I' will UIIIl"X.tI. of Thomas New. late of
existence On Monday, May 1st, A. I). 188'J, !:
out of them the first for the sake of i
thing : aid Bievard
ventilation,as they did not care to have their Cured in Its worst form ; F/nctto'.cs; \ >capos with I I r<*iy .O''i&UHl : ullifrrn llomen made and shall continue: for twenty jears. i]I at the same time I will apply for letters

beads hot Ilnd'cn Erysipelas,where by tt.e the l'ati'lt'n hy-ician-+. in li Eternal ton e ca Pain'ca '.t:'pyiti.i li.>e Iriuiei.ts Mete 1S7C, ;). The officers of the corporation shall. I Ibo missory front sneh adminUtration.Tins .
up till the was amass iu 20tHl the {ji ii loik goal ou. a presidenticepresitlent, secretary 1 I March ;
The Chinese mandarin ant of consequence Scrofulous Ulcers broku rut i-arty lo. 18S9.W3I. .
men ) r i. and Orgaus sold last year. i and five directors be elected
of corruption ; n bottle! of P P. P. usa ;4.CK IZM.S : treasurer to .
wear little round silk skull caps most procured,and the disease yielded quickly.RHEUMATISM. i: .i.iH:>our murk fUr tJiis>ear.Lo',er rrircn; by ballot on May 1st, li:<&l>, and to hold ,; Mc< JIACKEX.
all the time These ornamented on the .: '.ier lu-.f"" 'Utml4; rn&ier! Teriai Dial 4S-Gmo. Adiuiultratur. etc.
are their offices until the first in I IMarch I
,'e.itor Iiiditce.nfut Mill gain KH tht hi- i
top with
buttons whose colors denote the
ert'tt tact watc. A. D. 1SIH, or until their successors '
oraer or rank of the wearer. 'l"huu..a.n.I't of Ilottje s yet nnfeiipiilied wilb are elected and qualify. The subsequent ,i notice ui" Int-orporutiosi.

E.mong the coolies round umbrella-like hats And in all Affections of the Blood.P.P.P.stands I tvuujcnt9tlint ini;;lit today!e ciiinjii.athe elections for officers and directors !
unrivaled cad tome of Its cures are tiiroKKii our easy system! of*eiUi>ff.C' The following Corporation has this
fcra worn. These serve for shelter from storm alone and shall be the first in March of '!
on Monday
really wonderful.If .Sti to pay down not nl't'dt'd.'c have dabeen formed bj the undersigned t
and IUD, in the place of umbrellas hen it you suffer from anything like Syphilis, Fcrofula. I A LAX by which, WITHOUT KI.SK, uio : each year, ami the terms of otHce for one i Incorporator?. to wit : St. John and Indian -
rains and of parasols when the rays of the Blood Poison Ulccw,Did Sorts Rheumatism aru"can cbtaiu rat InstriiuiiMit of an? stjtcer or' unlit the qualification of a sue-,i
: year, hirer Canal and Steamboat Co.
sun beat down or any disease cf the blood, Le Euro and I lYicc.akin cither ?tO\THI.Y: ,
uncomfortably. YEARLY PAYJIL.NT: ... : cessor. :; Stock $100.000 iu
give P. P. P. n trial. QUAIITKKLY or Capital d.ulfar*,
The South Sea Islanders in many cases go P. P. P. (Prickly Ash, Poke Root and Potassium I until piitl fur, mcuimliilc enjojiug use cfNoUisk. 6. The Highest amount of i indebtedness ]I II shares of 8100 dollars each.To .

without hats. Two elaborate head dresses )id no secret patent medicine like the many I 1-:1"01I1ell%. I or liability to which the corporation can at j I i dig (>xea\.ate\ll'l build a canal ionnecting -
formula is on every .
from on the market. Its :,. t..thlUate prlcf1t. XI TOi'f.itt -
the Easter islands are conspicuous in one thus giving a guarantee of its purity and wholeBomeneas I I :'to of nil ca-.h paid IrIu"tnlhllf'ltt raiiii any time subject itself shall not exceed I the waters of the St. John's and
of the cases. These have no crowns, but are ( that no other blood purifier docs gne. I ..t be promptly paid. Contract perfectly four-tenths of the capital stock. Indian liver, by a suitable and sufficient

limply bands to go about the head, ornamented IJppinsn DrClt1. tr'bllessle Druscwt pole mAiuu I I r:.,I'! are CQuITABLK protecting t'r- ; Incorporators: James T. Small, Lewiston I: canal to carry, transpott and convey

with rooster feathers. '**taiersaudl lrop'lctllU. Liipmau block. cavau. ,i clu\HCN from nil imi osltion or Io&V *. I Maine; Robert A. Hardeeof Hardeeville persons anti pioperty thereon, in the

Alaska ,atGa., \ rite in amI we will point out tic u ay to Brevard Florida. Minor
Indians wear round, conical shaped --- i county, ; 5.1 Counties of Yohifei.t. Cievaul and Orange.and .
head coverings of straw, ornamented on top 1 I yet n. fine Instrument Eulilyant! at a Low Jones, Titiisile, Flu. ; Robbins & Graham, all necessary canal- connecting said
pr' lI r
Yith several round blocks of wood strung one ,<< .. I:t Price; Wonderful bargains for Fall ISSS. : Titusville, Fla.; Albert A. Taylor, Cocoa, I Irilll'ip'-ill-almi.l To navigate and uiu

above the other,so as to form a sort of steeples i ti Better than any before ottered. Trh-ca : Bie\'ard county Fla.; Josiah Thompson ofplinnealxtlisr Steamboats upon said canal. St. Johns

The numlr of these blocks denotes the rankof i Largely Reduced. Notice these SPECIAL Minn.. 2o"When I and Indian Kivcr. The principal office

the wearer. 'I OFFKRSi : I II of said Corporation. shall: lJtnt

'Among the Indians of the northwest coast } I Ostee11.'ulnsit COUllt\ Stale of Florida
and the .b" :!J I OSTKKN. Fla.. March 15. 1S89.
, Alaskans there are several forms of h1A Upright Piano Only $200 I
has One in Q r .: I II 11. };. OSTF.EX.
the i
, museum from the Aleutian a5 qS16CicIdU 7% Octaves-Orerstrnnff Scale-Three /
Islands is formed like a round dish or bowl I Strings Rosewood-Fuliy Guaranteed l : 1 JOHN SAULS.

,., Ficure.are painted on it, and on each side of -Sweet Tone. Catalogue Price, !600. I ,;j UURE JOHN w. pici TZ.

It the has crown is a bunch of long walrus bristles. "- CHILLS 6t FEYEtt tug I' Parlor Organ only $65 7 W. S. NOHWOOU.UEO. .
on its W. DICK OX.I
top a big glass button or bead. i ouwa cuai .
Four Sets Reeds-11 Stops-e"upl- i .
,. A ngulu Corean hat is a great round mat 1. Handsome Case. Catalogue;e.$ VO.I I [ I I --- -- -

w Rraw worn by a mourner. This goes with I Stool Coverlnstructorrv1usicDocX ENTS WANTED. (Only 12.73.: ,
a : ;.I1
costume of coarse cloth. The hat is bound I and all Freight Paid. "" ; mWS'

". down Seca at the sides so as to almost conceal the Other Special Offers juxt'(u yood. Lurftett Hi*! I. .:. : ; EARTH SEA2ISKV
.4 and face of the wearer. He carries in Sour to choose from.. TEX GRAND JI.tKEI:$. t
: die hand a SOO Different Styles. Con lull alt :Vncfor : Ir Marvels of the Universe; 1& graphie de* screen or fan, and when in the bttyeis. I
I I eay CURE I'&> w.t mean merely to wonderful things In Nature;thrilling adentarej
1i road anyone approaches him he holds this ,i1,1,! tea.ptsr catalogues,circular, and Free Copy of our ww it-: !h m f\Jr\: ximc,anJ then have them re. on Linl and Sea-renowned diaeorerie of great cx-
,r 1 *czeea in front of him so that it, together : t Il 14 u.t I ILIPPMAN'S paper "SAorpj and Flat,"siring f all and t'alur.bleiJifcK tare ?, am, 1 MtxtN A UAOiCAL CUtt; .nl,". "rT'....-.N.zy Published A In 2L Enzliih AT BOOK and Oe m nnan.BJa.L.163 p illtu-gra.

*ith the hilt, completely conceals him. >> litil. .1 hate rts. iicti ca;.cad ui tr&ted circulars and'extra terms to agents >liJ2.FOCaUEB .
..Ii 1X>\V P ICES. ,

,The old lacy Del'went Opinion. Wonderful Chill! an Fvnr. Ex.".aHtr. ONE HANDSOME PRICK OUTFITS.ONLY A life-Ion? study. I WARRA my remedy to, !COFFEE MAKER.
to the theatre for the I
.. tt) .t"n.ln'SAnCllpctitc .
Cmtfcna chm: :std fr"vt'r 't.-" rli CURE the worst CH!CS. Because other havo A new biTeatloa for aiatlmc
Th9 It cnrt'S the ., th BEST INSTRVDIE.I'TS.ALL tbD .
t1.tll: better
w play was Julius C sar. b ni srel1ghunJ t..J failed is no reason fur not now receiving a cure. Coffee and Tea aJt7t .
"W," FREIGHT PA in. thing now la vae t amree j(iCoff (tbl
she said afterward, "I've beam sufferer.lappnian. Send at once for a treatise and a }nun HOTTLS t ee and can be need WIth say
_that ho thea"ter were bad but 1 think WisolcwileDninjteti, 13 D.\TS' TRIAL. Of my 1XFALLIBLK KKMEUY. Gne Expie I ebee.or Tea Pot. BouDplewW be
th:1 BrollicTR. MONEY SAVED AH and Post Office. It cOStS yeti nothing for a scat bJ'mail for twenty ctntiinctampa.
J.m: bul It' nothin' but crime tom manufacturers and 'Prollrltto, LIpPmann trial, and it will cure you. AdUrcsa Ac BU WanlMt to
,fi1 tellers sole LUDDEN&BAT!:t'; end for tnU particular of this
just to
Ler amuse aujienco, block. Savatmalhia. H.C.ROOT,M.C., IS3Pwu.ST.iE'ftYCK I and other fan celbnc artWea

,;: be Put a stop to."_Harper' FHrnlc 1It Dr. &.rrven's Drug Store. SOUTHERN MUSIC HOUSE. SAVAM'4 ". C.l.f ..: IH's'i-' -c T '= '''' v. !!f-T-"J'Ha<< McMakin.CitclauUa


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is prepared to I I,----- All our townsmen who visited Savannah I I
hotel ,
The new open
LOCAL LACONICS.:: Announcement !
I time.
entertain a few guests. last week report a pleasant I
The STAB is $1.50 per annum in 1
I & Co. have
-Mr. and )trs. Jarvis, of Cocoa, are -Messrs. Hamilton : :
I advance.Ererything. hotel :S.: hauled out for repairs. and People of Indian River
i J i is, apparently, duller nto"o stopping at Mr. Hutchinson's! new i.I sloop Emily arrived hereabout To the Citizens ofTitusuille :

since the noon and afternoon train today.Mr. I -The steamer White I 1 We Wish to Inform You that We Have
and 3Irs. E. S. Wiley have been I 10 o'clock this morning.

t,, I. has been taken! Money off. 11 Money rrr to t tt on a trip to Georgia a few days the past !;! Vegetables are still being shipped I Just Received a Large Consignment of GoodsDl.rec"t

Money Bobbins week. i i in quite large quantities from our river. .
loan on real estate. Apply to
-Mr. C. H. Edgerton, of Kansas City, !1 The train last evening was delayed from N"e Yorl,
i Graham Titusville. : :
& Mo., was registered at the Grand View, 1.!i about two hours awaiting the fast mail.
.,w l Birer Fronts for sale on easy terms Lowest Prices. Call and examine our goods a few of which
Tuesday. ::I -For dwarf Cavendish banana plants, Which we shall sell at Vl
for cash. See A. V. Hiscock, Georgiana. mention and will be convinced that it pays to trade at
-Oyster shell lime of A 1 quality is address Mr. W. H. Baugh, Melbourne, you
1 Fla. He means buslneSS.F i
offered for sale by J. S. Watson of El Fla.
The steamer Georgiana on Dora. Price furnished on application. Oliver & Budge still lead in Georgia "THE
to run
the river
I John Simonson started for lumber and hardware with low
: the Jupiter and Melbourne route. -Captain pine Bovs' Suits (knee pants), 81.25, 82.00 83.34 to $5.65.BAZAAR".

; { 1' -Judge E. C. Granniss, of Macon, New York yesterday morning, to be absent -i i' prices. Youths7 Suits, $3.25, $3.90, 84.15, 84.65 to 86.75.

::1 Titusville three or four days several weeks. This is his first trip I -Mr. Frank P. Hassler, of Melbourne, Children's Shoes, all kinds and prices, from 35c. to $1.7 S.
Ga., wa91n
I week, looking over his investments north for twenty years. I ICayt. was a passenger on the steamer St. Lu- Old Ladies' low quarter Shoes, 75c.

3, the past here. :- and Mrs! W. H. Sharpe, and J cie Sunday morning to Titusville.The Gentlemen's Embroidered Slippers, ,ac.

that Miss N. P. Ellison, of City Point, were weather is still hot and dry, Brogans, 95c.
y -We are requested to announce I Bleached Muslin 5c. to 13c. yard.
and Miss per
at in town Tuesday. Mrs. Sharpe with the thermometer almost up to the ,

Re'LaGrauge. \\'. ,N.Sunday Chaudoin, the 18th will inst.preach, at 11 Ellison left. for the north Wednesdaymorning. I nineties several times the past week. week.And a large*-* number of other thing we will list in this space next

f o'clock a. m. -Mr. Chas. Creech, of Malabar, was

School Picnic will be held -The sloop Osceola sustained slight I up this week and purchased 20,000 feet

,w .' :, at Sunday the Park, west end of Main street, damage to the cabin, Monday, by the I of Georgia pine of Oliver & Budge and J.\lallory S. Line,

of this week. Programme is steamer Loxahatchie steaming up against I had it filled the same day.
Saturday the Frost Line, forcing the Frost Line -V1.a Fern.an.d.1Da. between
Turner & Gardner justin
I Messrs. are
published elsewhere. into the Osceola. The damage wa: and the
i -Mr. Chas. Creech has sold his placeat receipt of their new stock of good New York and Florida, Boston, Philadelphia East,

,"! Tropic to a Mr. Mathi, and will now easily repaired. from New York, selected by the junior Sailing
-Senate bill No. 100 to and
encourage Mr. Gardner.Mr. .
t move to Malabar and improve a place partner, FROM E'rORli CITY VR03I: FERNANBIXA.. }
culture and which is
which he owns there. protect oyster Gruber's new office at the railroad PIER 21. I:. R EVERY FRIDAY. CE::>TKF. :oTnEET"H.1:1', EVERY: THCfcDlI.
framed in a liberal spirit to oyster farmers I The STATE OF TEXAS, CITY OF SAN ANTONIO and
Gibbs and family, of depot is a commodious one. the Iron Steamships:
h Mrs. S. F.
was reported favorably by both the RIO GRANDE
ff Melbourne,started for Chautauqua,X.Y., Senate judiciary committee and the joint I, waiting-room is now completed and paint- 05rc large, elegant, deep-draft and comfortable, sailing alternately. Table,
will fiuish the
ing wortc.Mr.
Mr. Gibes accompanied : Coast.
yesterday morning. committee on fisheries and passed its the best on the
t Jacksonville. L. C. Oliver returned a day or
them as far as second reading last Friday.We I SCHEDULE.
I+ sister of Mrs so ago from a trip to Georgia,and is down with 5 10 train from Jackson
-Mrs. 0. P. are requested to state that the I NORTH-BOUND, from Fernandina connecting : p. m
Lake Worth, the river first one day then up another-
House ville.
I i'w! Heyser, Oak Lawn meeting that was to be held at Cocoa,
returned to her home at Lindley, X. Y., fact is we can't keep track of him at all. CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder................Thursday, April 18th.
31st has been to Friday.
last after having pent the win- May changed -Mr. John Beach, Mrs. S.1.. Beach STATE OF TEXA, Captain Williams...................... *' 25th.
Friday May 24th, when Major Geo. Cecil, Capt. CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Clptainyilder................ May 2nd.
and Miss M. E. Beach, of East Melbourne,
ter on the lake. Shaw and Colonel L. H. Hart will meet STATE OF TEXAS, Captain Williams.................... u 9th.
i -We are informed that, through the people of Indian River on business were guests at the Alcazar. St. Augus- CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder.............. 16th.
Graham the improved tine, last Thursday and Friday. t3 order all Freight via lUliory Steamship Line from PUT No. :.1 E R-. New York.
,t : 'Messrs. Robbins and connected with the Lake Poinsett route. ...-Special Agents are located at all principal poiuu through Florida, w here tKJtf t*car 1e lecnrcd u4
J place of Mr. Bethel J. Stewart, of Archdeacon Carpenter will hold the information obtained.
-The schooner Manatee can be char- .*-=- nd bertha *..etlrM in advance from Jarkiurnttllr and Frn udina ef5er.r .
Eau Gallie, has been sold to a party living tered for carrying freight, or for trips evening service at St. Gabriels next Sun- -TrailJ8 from F FU i: >. R'y rnu directly to ships Hide at Feruaudina. '

c near Boston, Ia.". day and will celebrate Holy Communion tB,Any further. information can be ol tuned tn ra Jac k.ri.Mlle, Fla.
i anywhere on the coast. Freight rate J.1.I CFTLER. Pa *enser:; Agent rner Eat and Ho-jan: -'rl.t-tlt
the 26th inst. G. R. HUBBY Atfent, Fernandiua, Fla.
,t'J.1 A. Durst, of Crescent City, ther always reasonable. Her captain makesa Sunday following, H H. RAYMOND. Oei.eral Traveling Age ..
: u a.er well.sinker: of th- State of FJnr- specialty of capturing the iiK-xnatce: or Ii*May Valentine, of Melbourne, DIXON ': (;R%Y Al'f'fltJl. Titmville,}c'J..

r 0'. ,i is now operating at Melbourne Beach, sea-cow native only to the water: of returned last Friday from DeLand, C H, IALLORY & CO. General Agents, Pier 20 E B. HEW YORK CHI
d' all communications may be ad- South Florid Further particulars fur- where she has been a student in the art --

.- and information be obtained.Mr. nished by J. W. Zellers, Titusville, Fla. department of the John B. !Stetson= Uni- C1yd e S-tE) ::rY' sb.ip Cc>.
; S. Ryder of Bockledge, will -The query is being asked up, down versity.The. New York Charleston & Florida Lines.The .
auction scale of hotel furnishing compositor in last week's STAR ,
i hold an and everywhere: on the river, "Is Titus-
Hou'e, next Wednesday made it that Mr. C. D. Rhoads
goods at the Tropical yule going to have a yacht race on the appear

i 1 the 22nd. The sale is to be with- Fourth?" It is for our public spiritedmen had gone Wilmington, Delaware. It

'F out reserve. S. F. Travis will be the to decide this question, and there is should have been Mrs. C. D, Rhoads in-
.', auctioneer. no time to be l lost either. We have a fine stead.

-Sire. Happersett has organized a class race course. and with proper manage- -Duck r's patent portable hou-es

l of several in vocal music and voice cul ment a most exciting and pleasing event erected Washington avenue are quite

ture. Under her charge the class should can be arranged. ornamental to our street-but what has

.'. i certainly do well, for her training in -Next week we commence the publi- become of the agent, who went to Jacksonville -

'V these branches has been thorough and cation of our new serial story entitled a few weeks* ago?

+ quite complete. "Taken By Siege." This will run in the -Mr. Carl C. Curtis returned Sunday Magnificent Steamships or this Line are appointed to sail aa follows :

""#"' -Captain H. Q. Hawley having sold STAR for about six weeks and will be avery from a trip to Jupiter, where he went to \ (Standard Time.)
i J. \\'. Roger* all his interest and goodwill fascinating story for our readers. adjust some differences for the railroad From Jacksonville to New York. !!, nlSfSS. : .o.- .". 24 Jl,at at 12-00 500a.B Boat

,; in the sloop Frost Line, he wishes New subscribers should send their names company in regard to right of way of theJ. Y 13LlS:']:.E. .. June 7, at 10,0., ..
SEMINOLE. Tburwlar, Star 2. at 508. m i I
his former patrons to continue their patronage in at once so as not to lose the first installment and L. W. Ry. Everything was arrange CHEROKEE .. .... 9. at Iou a. in i -
lROQC I8. Sunday, 12.: at 1:00 p. m i I
r. to the new owner, guaranteeing The prospectus of it will be satisfactorily, we are informed.We SUIL.OLI1'IJUr da)'. ., .6, at o:00 a. m I Three tramer jr wk from Pier 19, Lad
will satisfactionto CHEROKEE Sunday l'!+, at 7 00 a. m I River, New York to Florid. &It tullu...:
that Mr. Rogers give found on our fourth page this week.A received a call last week from IROQtOIThurfJa .. ::::. at 11:00 a. ruI

all. jolly party from Rockledge arrived Mr. William Allan, of New York, whileon 3LM1NOLE.CHEROKEE.. -Thur.d Sunday,&y, ",. 26 SO, at at 1 4:UO:U.i a a. In m I For Jacksonville,

;' -Captain Bravo has just received avery here on the steamer St. Lucie Monday his way home from down the river. IROQUOIS, Sunday June 1, at 6.00 a, m f Calling at CharJrfttau, each Tuesday and YtidafYEL&SSEE
C Thursday, 6 at 9.30 a. m at 3.uu p. m.
pretty and useful sterling silver evening. In the party was Mr Mr. Allan owns a fine place near Port

matchbox from a lady admirer in New Sherwood, Miss Reymon, Miss C. Good- Orange, and has frequently been a visitor From Fernandina to New York. ,! For Fernandina,
YEMAShEE. Frida>. May 10, at OOuoou Calling at Wilmington each Saturday at 3 p.au
-t t York, with the following words engraved year and Miss E. M. Goodyear ; also Mr. to Indian River in days gone by, but Dr'LA WARE, o. 17. at !>>:30 a. in I _

thereon : "Gallant Captain Bravo." Walter Goodyear. Mrs. Sherwood is this is his first trip here in several years. For Information Regarding Freight and Pa.age, apply to

i Caj't. B. should feel proud of that young bound for Cazenovia, N. Y., to stay during -Mr. E. B. Wager has just receivedhis J. A. LESLIE. Agent JarVsoiiTille; T. G. EGl-R. Traffic lauagu-'> Broadway. StoW Tvtk;
s J. A STUD, .
Agent Fernandina.dou
)lady. the summer, and Mr. Goodyear and upright Chickering piano from Messrs ; L. HOWARD. T. F. A., Jacksonville. F.)1. IRONMONGER, T I' A., JatknomiiJeWM. ,
-Mrs. Cummings and Miss Cummings! sisters are on their way to Boston, their Checkering & StD factory, at Boston, P. CLYDE & CO., General A ent-Green, 1,:!New South York.tits Kane>, Philadelphia ; 3. Bog'IIng

1 Melbourne: arrived in town Monday, summer home. --------- -
where it was sent to receive their newly- -

r t on their way back to English.itleIich.. Married.. On Thursday, May 9th, patented action and was also restrung, BOBBINS & GRAHAM

,i. Maj Ir Graves came with them to Titu at eight o'clock p. m. a quiet weddingtook making it practically a new instrument! ,

'.. \illf, but returned the following day to ; place at Eden House, the contracting He is very much pleased with the work. -GJ_

4i; M41!urne Beach, where he will spend parties being Mr. Jackson Keen and .

the sumrnt'r.r e received a pleasant Miss Della Storman, Mr. H. W. Richards Lost, REAL ESTATE BROKERS & LOAN AGEKTS.
On the lower river, a pocket-book
# call from the party in the afternoon. performing the Congratulations containing -
ceremony. about $10 in cash, license as a .
-Captain Fischer and wife started. were bestowed upon the newly- lay reader, etc. The finder will be suit- :

Tuesday morning, un the schooner Ellie married couple by their many friends, ably rewarded on returning the same LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD.

a t') mike-the trip al MI; the coast north as and Eden, as a community, join handsin with contents Walter Goodyear, Rock-
t'' fir as Delaware, and perhaps New York. wishing them every happiness. ledge, Fla. Loans Negotiated on First Class Security at from 12 to 24 per cent.
Choice lots m rapidly growing Towns will 100
net investors percent
Tm months will be in .
summer spent up
-Quite an array of legal talent was in twelve months.
flat vicinity, and they will return to Indian noticed strolling about town Monday Residence lots in Titusville from 820 to 1000.
'1,*. l liver again next fall. Their up
' many evening, consisting: of Judge E. K. Former ROYAu Business lots from $250 to $2,500.
frie'ids their .
regret departure.Mr. and Colonel Thrasher, of Sanford ;

,. S. M. Lorimier, of Jacksonville, Alex St. Clair Abrams, of Tavares ; andJ. Agents for Florida Southern Railway Lands

t ''1 armed here Monday evening to take M. Barrs, of Jacksonville. They were ROYAL, dip

.r the (position of Mr. 1). Campbell, of the accompanied by Mr. J. M. Lee,and vj it- :rurrtty wtsit More than 3,000,000( Acres of Choice Lands, located in nearly et1

-' 4 Indian River Steatnlxuit Company, who ed Bockledge Tuesday, to take testi money I i county m the State, suitable for Farming, Grazing, Fruit and Yeget3bltGrowIngPIne

r,' ilwd.; Mr. Campbell and family in the noted case of the Hotel IndiaRh'er. 0t Cypress and Cedar Timber, price $1 per Acre. vA

yt + started fur Jacksonville yesterday morin Col. Gaulden, of this town, accompanied upwards.

lr i :. They r-grct to leave Tituisville, the party. o P. 0. Box 250 Titusville, Florida.A. .

l hut may return asain: next fallIr.-
-The new schedule on river and rail A. STEWART GEO. M. Y.
r I Campbell has accepted a better position I BOBBINS, WALTER S. GRAWA
f than he held here. went into effect Monday morning. The Clerk Circuit Court. Atty. at Law. )I. &

t ::1 o l i,{ : Monday evening, at six o'clock, the been noon taken train off and; the afternoon morning express train leav-have BREYARD ABSTRACT OF TITLE COHPlEComplete
j I
steamer St. Lode delivered and received -
'4 M ing at 6 o'clock and return train arrivingat
1, I tin* mail at Courtney lauding \utti
a, ,l standing the very to;y stage of the river I ledge i is laid off the St. Lucie taking her ward county, Florida.

{ y !t the St. Lucie: did not touch bottom. This place, making daily trips Melbourne, Titles Examined and Perfected.

VT.IN the first trip of the above. steamer tothis except Sunday, leaving the railroad Box 250, Titusville Fla.Peaches

landing, and that it can be done wharf at 6 a. m., returning about 7 p. m. POWDERAbsolutely .

with safety was fully demonstrated by Steamer SPmCZ.
Georgiana, under charge of Captain A.L OFFEB.l !
Captain Bravo and his pilot Monday Joe Smith, will take the run from New Varieties and Plums 100.AU .
Pure. per
evening Courtney residents should rest Melbourne to Jupiter, and it is probablethat orders before June will be booked for fall 1&)1
j ice over the above fact, for should the the steamer White will be trans- This powder never vanes marvel of purity following varieties : Bidwell's Early hvery at above price for autO 'a, ;
strength, and wboleaomeneiw. Arlington B1dweU's Ion
More economicalthan and Peento Improved
Peach SatsumeO
l steatner*continue running to aud, from ferred to Lake Worth as soon as track the ordinary kinds and cannot be sold in Peach Plum e s; Kelsey sag and other Japanese Plums, ba ddb
t + this inner landing it will be a great laying is completed on the Jupiter and weight competition alum with or phosphate the multitude powder of row Sold test only short Incans. with order or balance stock before as shipment'preferred trees three to fear feet high. Terms, 10 per ct. I

eta boon to both Inhabitants and visitors. Lake Worth Railway. Royal, Baking Powder Co.. iota Wall Street. .
\\fA' i1e l New York. : B. BEACH, Indian River Nurseries, Melbourne, Fla.



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