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Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: April 24, 1890
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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::: TITUSVILLE, FLA., THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 1890. NO. 1.


Ii: LOCAL LACONICS.THE ALney Money 11 Money 11 to Household .
furniture at sale. j
private -Mr.
Eugene Brainerd, of Eau Gallie Archdeacon
loan S. B has
i on real estate. Apply to Robbins & H. Q. Hawley's residence.Mr. Carpenter 1
HAPPENINGS 'ROUND ABOUT US. Graham, Titusyille, Fla. ; was in town Monday and Tuesday.The given up charge of St. Luke's church, at
G. W. Idner, of Tillman, was a STAR can be found at Dr.Screven's Orlando, to aid the Bishop with his work
... Current Event of Our Town and Suburbs -Owing to the unpleasant weather visitor to town
our Tuesday. in other
sections
there news stand, Titusville; at E. C. of the State.
Briefly Epitomized. was no morning service at the
i -Captain C. F. Fischer is expected Johnson's, Cocoa, every week. -c. T. McCarty ,1
,
-Irs. H. A. Darling, of Boston,Mass. Episcopal church Sunday last. attorney-at-law, An- f
back< from New Orleans some time next -The STAR will be printed and mailed kona, Fla., is giving special attention to
was in town Friday.Dr. -Mr. R. E. Wimberley was in town week. t
a
Wednesday next week, to allow our contests, final proofs, and land matters
few l
Dodson's family will shortly remove days during the past week. He -Mr. F. F. Taylor, of Cocoa, was a force to attend the May-Day celebrationat generally. Has money to loan at a limy ?
from Emporia to Titusville. came to accompany his wife back to
passenger on the afternoon train Tuesday, Turkey Creek. rate. *
Messrs. A. B. Hamor and W. H. their home in Jacksonville, and expect returning to his home. 1
-All the
to leave tomorrow.Mr. Highest price paid forking and short steamers owned by the Indian 1
Tancre, of Ankona, were in town Tues -Mrs. A. W Lohman, of Fernandina, white crane or heron skins with plumes. River Steamboat Company were at the

y day. Dixon- of Fish and wife, nee Miss Leona is visiting her friend, Mrs. F. A. Lesley, Address Herman & Guinzburg. 627 & wharf atone. time Tuesday, numbering )
Cocoa
-Me rs. James and Harlan Bolton, were in Titusyille at this place, for a week or so. 629 Broadway, New York. seven in all. The steamer White is laid
of Chicago, were in town the end of last Tuesday, Mr. Fjsh having accompanied up alongside the Loxahatchee
-The for
expected change of railroad and some
There is talk
week. his mother this far on her return to her of a dance in the hall 'OJ
home in Kentucky. steamboat schedule did not take place of the new bank building about the fifth necessary repairs.

-Mrs. .Bravo and family arrived in Monday( but went into effect to-day. of May. We wish to to the Judge M. S. Jones has returned from ,'4
-J. say managers
r, town Tuesday, and will remain at the pioneer A. Durst, of Crescent City, the -Capt. T. E. Richards and wife, of that the STAR office has just receivedsome his trip down the river, where he extended

Indian River Hotel for some time. is well-sinker of the State of Florida Eden, were in town Tuesday, on their ] of the finest programmes ever exposed his visit to Juno the county seat j

-lr. J. F. Elliott and wife, Cnrtice, where, now all! operatingat communications Lake Worth be, Fla.addressed way for a day's visit to Jacksonville.Rev. for sale outside of the "city of of Dade and Lake North His improved J

0., arrived in town Friday, and left for and information received.It may. A. D. Cohen, Baptist preacher, London," and that with our new designsof been appearance shows the trip to have ,

s- other places down the] river next day. will hold service at the courthouse Sunday job type, we are able to furnish something a pleasant one. j

''F F -Mr. N. Saunders, of Fayette, Mich., crew- of has the been schooner ascertained that the next, both morning and evening, at appropriate for the new brick -Mr. John W. Curtiss, of Merritt, J;
"' who has been on Indian River all the the Ethel were rescued the usual hours for service. building. This is an "ad" for our job who has just sold his improved place .;
by schooner
4 winter, will return home sometime this. Nassau. In the Brothers and carried to -M. B. Bunnell, brick-layer and department, but the dance is probablyan and household effects, was in town last 1
account published last assured fact. Saturday, on his way to the mountainsof
.week.
plasterer; is prepared to take
week it contracts
was supposed the crew were lost.secretary Georgia ore Carolina for
-Mr. H. H. Corwin having rented his -Mr. Geo. Paddison has resigned as anywhere on Indian River. Addressall -Ex- fayor Chamberlain, of Detroit, the low sea coast country.Mrs. a change from 1
F house, left this week for St. Augustine, of the ] communications to Titusville, Florida Mich., has been stopping on Indian River
y Presbyterian Sunday for short time. L. E. Hicks and Mrs. M. E.
where he intends residing with his son, School in 29 a He returned from a
Andrew. consequence of his leaving -Mr. Mabbett, of Kissimmee the new trip down the river last week, and beinga Tidwell, of St. Paul, Minn., who have
r a Titusville to occupy a position in the been spending the winter j
proprietor of the Grand View arrived very ardent fisherman, struck up with at Melbourne, :
-Mrs. Curtiss, of Narrows, mother of Palatka Lumber Co., at St. Augustine. passed through town rI
Mr. Carl Curtiss, arrived here on steamer Teague Norwood has been appointed here this week, and we learn that this Capt. Bill Norwood, who carried him up home. yesterday on their .
St. Sebastian hotel will be opened again about the 1st to "Nurwood's famous fishing grounds," way They will stay fqr a short
Sunday, and left yesterday secretary in his place. time at Ancient Citie
ye en route.
for Chicago.Mrs. proximo. at Sand Point, where last Thursday he
-May Day excursion to Turkey Creek. hooked and landed a bass weighing 19$ -Rev. J. N. Jones, following in the
Sam. Happersett who has been The fare from -Heavy winds from the northeast to ,
Courtney and intermediate p ,.:nds. How this affair will appear i in footsteps of that w6rld-renowned fisher-
t staying for a while at Orlando with her points as far as Georgiana will be southeast have prevailed for the pastthree the V Detroit Free Press, which is a veryofffishall man Sir Isaac Walton, indulged in a

parents, has gone to DeLand, where Mr. $1.50; Brantley, Tropic and Eau Gallic or four.days with slight rain Sunday paper for all such accounts, we little piscatorial exercise Tuesday. He w

Happersett is located. $1 ; 1\Ielbourne,50c. Half fare one way. morning.The can't say, but the ex-Mayor is ready to wended his way towards Sand Point. 1

Quite a large number of our resi The use of dining tables will be allowedto steamer St. Lucie grounded in back Indian River against the world for where he managed to hook a 9lbs. bas 7f
dents all bringing lunch baskets. the channel of the East Coast Canal Coat after a deal of
are expected to legve, here on the rod and reel. struggling. It was cooked -
: steamer St. Augustine for the picnic and -Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Briggs, of Keigh- Hobe Sound, near Jupiter,last Sunday for supper at the Indian River Hotel,

regatta at Turkey Creek on May Day. ley, England: ; Mr. F. Morgan, of Learn morning following, and day.did- not get off until the shipped-Mr.a A.box Brady of ,oranges of LaGrange to his, recently uncle, and Mr. Jones was good enough to divide

-Mrs. W. Wilson, of Courtney, win ington, Warwickshire, England ; :Mr. who lives in Brussels, Belgium. They it among his friends at the table.
Greeley, of Jacksonville and Mr. -Mr. S. Shear, the Indian River Photographer -Mr. Theo. Washburn
S.
town yesterday to meet her brother, ; were on the way 27 days, and were repacked of :Memphis,
Wfllliam, who arrived from Montreal, Smith, of Keighley, England, registeredat of Cocoa was in town Tues at Custom House, and only six Tenn., who arrived in town December1st

Canada, at which place he is quite a the Indian River Hotel, Tuesday, on day. He says a large number from his oranges were lost on the way. )Jr. ,left here on the morning train to-day,
:;: favorite and one of the finest lacrosse returning from their trip down the river. section will attend the picnic May Day at Brady's uncle presented sample orangesof and will stop for a short time at several

players in that city. -Mr. G. I. Metcalf, of the MelbourneKews Turkey Creek. this box to distinguished persons of places on his way home. )II". Washburn

-Mr. W. E. Britton, of New York, was in town Tuesday to confer with -Mr. Jeff Kurtz, formerly a residentof that country, and all of them were perfectly has done a deal of hunting since he ar:
k' Watson for Cocoa, now located at DeLand was in rived in Titusville ; and being ardent
has purchased ten acres of land of Mr. Manager excursion rates to astonished that Florida could grow an
Robt. Morrow, near Mims. It is excel the May Picnic at Turkey Creek, and town on business Tuesday. Mr. Kurtz is i such fruit. They were pronounced far sportsman, has met. with great success. 'ti

: lent land, 'and Mr. Britton will at ont'CJ otherwise talk up the success of that day. familiarly known to all our young men as superior in every respect in comparisonwith He is.so pleased with this section that

commence to improve it. The sale was The steamer leaves Titusville at 6 o'clocka. an expert baseball catcher.Mr. the fruit of Europe in that market. he hopes to be back .here* again next

'r. made through Mr. J. H. Rollins. m., returning from Melbourne after J. P. Blake has moved his house The STAR suggests that Indian River winter. '

;} .'Bishop" Weed writes to the effect that the dance. Fare for round trip, $2.00.b; from the street line Washington orange growers ship their fruit to foreign INDIANOLA.

'y the Rev. B. F*Brown, Episcopal clergyman -The number of real estate transfers avenue, and by raising the roof has enlarged countries as long as we can ship there and 1

.' for 'Titusville will arrive here tomorrow in this vicinity and down the river show the capacity of his building. Mr. only lose less than a dozen per box. Miss Sadie Sams of Courtney, was the

l :. .;, t night.: He will hold service at that land is on the boom again. :Many of Schnltz had charge of the work. -Capt. E. H. Rice has already shipped guest of Mrs. W. R. Sanders last week.

i the Episcopal.church on Sunday ; morning the transfers near Rockledge have been -We learn that one of the largest real I about one hundred cabbage palmettotrees Mr. J. R. Miot and party have returned -

r at 11 and evening at 7:30 o'clock. improved places that brought good prices. estate transfers known in this section is from this section to Mr. John Hoey, after a pleasant week spent at Cape #

fi -Mr. and Mrs. McVeigh, who weremarried April is generally; a good month for sales about to be confirmed. It is the sale of Superintendent of the Adams Express Canaveral.

f. at Waycross, Ga., last Tuesday, of property, but real estate agents are sixty-one acres of lana extending from Company, who lives at Long Branch, N. Mrs. Baldwin and daughter, Mabel, of
'i arrived in town Sunday from.their wed more than well pleased with the month Sand Point up the hammock as far as J., who will plant them out in his fine M rritt. were guests of Diva*Guthrie ou '

.,.' ding tour down'the river, and are now this year. Robbins & Graham's avenue. owned by grove for the coming summer months.I Saturday

residing in the recently vacated Mr. L. A. Coleman and others, of LaGrange Rice thinks Mr. Willie Sanders
cottage -The following cases in Mayor's Court Captain Mr. Hoey will have who has been env-
by Mr. and Mrs. Boyd, who occupiedthe during the past week have been reportedto to a Mr. Young, of -, for good success with them, as they were ployed by Rogers. & Co., Titusville, is at
house from Mr. G. F. En- the sum of $6,000. As soon as the deedsare home again. *
which us by the Town Marshal: Saturday shipped by express in a special car fromthis

sey and family latelyrremoved. Henry Maxwell and James Bennett, for delivered it is the intention of the place, and the shipper has given full]1 A party, consisting of )Jr. Gco. W.

-Mr. J. W. Huntington, who has been fighting, fined $10 and costs each. Monday new owner to underbrush all the ham instructions for planting and caring for Schuyler, F. L. Pilmpton, Jake Field ,
Y.
staying at his grove at Enterprise, put in -Wm. Nash, drunk and disorderly,. mock and divide the property off into them until they start growing a ain. It started Wednesday for a two weeks' trip

an appearance at the Indian River Hotel $5 and costs. Tuesday-W. F. Naton, lots facing Indian River on the north is said that bar Hoey intends to plant to Jupiter and the* lower river. ,

Saturday evening, and left again for Enterprise d. and d., $5 and costs. All the above beach of Sand Point. The river frontageis the trees in open ground,expecting them Master Julian Wilson son of Dr. Wilson
Monday. Yesterday he drove were colored. Twenty dollars for that e sufficient to lay off 500 lots of 75 feet only to outlive the summer months, butit of Titusville is
on a visit to his
over. from Enterprise to his place Town Treasury. river front each, running back 200 and naturally suggests itself, why not plant aunt, Mrs. T. J. Field. Julian, with his '

Aurantia, where he will .now remain to -Notice. There will be another meeting 300 feet. Aside from this, lying back, them in large tubs or barrels and house bright face and pleasant manner, has ,
the erection of his house will be left a large portion of the property them during the winter for another
superintend l of the Indian River L. A. M. B. S. sea many warm friends here who are.always
and to make other on his which will be laid off in blocks and sonY Evidently Mr. with his
improvements on Monday evening at eight o'clock, Hoey, glad to see him.
lots to conform with the town .
streets.We S
wants to transform his
place. when the well-known work "The Casting money summer
Mr. J. K. McDonald
of the Edison
expect to have more information in ,
-Messrs. C. H. Freyer and A. J. of )Irs. Lecksand Mrs. Aleshine '' grove into a Florida scene. This he can
Away Electric Light Co., \. Y. who
regard to this move in the near future. do spent the
Hamsell, who have been working like by the popular author, Frank R. Stockton annually if he chooses, and Florida winter with bis cousin Mrs. J. G. Martin .

Trojans altering'and fixing their boat will be read. Those attending will The steamer St. Augustine, that will furnish the material. was summoned home very unexpectedly "

so that steam or sail power may be used, please be in their seats not later thaneJght left here last Thursday returned to Ti Quite a spirited game of progressive by telegram from his employers.

received .their engine and boiler last oclock. By order. Mrs. M. P. tusville Monday afternoon, with the following euchre took place at the residenceof Mr. McDonald regretted very much hay

week. So far they did not find it the Robbins, president; C. H. Walton, hone 1 party on board, who were in i Mrs. Robbins, Tuesday evening. Sixteen l ing to leave our beautiful river so suddenly _

success they anticipated, for the flues secretary. charge of the courteous Superintendentof took part in the game which was and hopes to return early jn the

.A blew: out, and the boiler had to be sent Paddison has handed the Indian River Steamboat Company, played as rapidly as possible by those fall.

to Palatka to undergo*repairs. These Captain of which us Capt. W. B. Watson : Mr. Henry D i. seated at each table excepting the topone The J., T. Jt K.w. Itarlwsy Poem
5,, young gentlemen are still alive and un some samples oranges were Flagler, Mr. Geo. F. Miles, of the East and when the players managed I toget
placed on exhibition at the SubTropicalabout Coast Canal Co. Syndicate ; Mr. Jno. W. a seat at No.1 table The passenger department o! the Jack..
injured. the first of January,which are still they played sonville. Tampa & Key West System
morning a hunting Denny, Boston, President of East Coast rather slow and did not
-Early Monday remarkably preserved and edible. The appear to be in takes thin method of informing the competitors -
party, composed of Messrs. J. P. Miller, Canal Co. ; Mr. Chas. H. Gookin, Boston a hurry to retire. This was quite naturalfor for the prize offered for the best
fruit is dried that it
rind of the so resembles -
H. B. Hersey. J. H. Jones and Dr. up ; )Ir. and Mrs. Mason Young, New at that table were to be obtained the poem on the subject, "Indian Rive1 or
Hutchinson, went deer stalking for abo almost a leathery hide, whichut York ; J\Ir. Frank Q. Brown, Boston, of stars for first prize. The game eventually "Lake Worth," that the committee ap"
air from the to decided
the
pointed the
probably, kept away upon merits
Florida Southern
fifteen miles but met with no success. Railway Co. ; Mr. and ended as follows First Diva G.
and juice of the fruit. In this : prize, of the various productions, awards the
pulp
Mr. Miller says that the country for the Mrs. Geo. H. Young, Seville, Fla. ; Mr- M. Robbins and Mr. E. D. Raney; booby prize to Miss Ada Stewart Bhelton, &
he
preserved Tangerine as
nearly the whole distance traversed is manner G.TrevorSpencer, PortsmouthEngland, ]prize, )Irs. J. P. Turner and Mr. Gold young lady whose home i* in Connecticut
well as the common orange. of the Florida Coast Line but who has been inspired by visit
engineer Canal: l a
devastated by fire, and the deer, consequently smith. A peal of bells was awarded 31 r. to the beau tifulIndian"River.
are all driven back to the saw- -May Day Picnic and Regatta at Co. Syndicate ; and Dr. Andrew And Goldsmith( and a young I lady present remarked with illustrations, will be published The poem as

,+ grass on the St. Johns River Melbourne. The Steamer St. Augustine son, of St. Augustine. On the way to i that it was an excellent thingfor soon as the engraving is completed.
willleav.e Titusville at six o'clock a. m. 1 Lake Worth they stopped for a short
-Mr. Wm. H. Simpson of NewSmyr118 ] him to amuse the babies with.,Dr.> Auction Sale. '

has beenjstaying. .at the Indian River Thursday next, stopping at intermediate time at a few places on the'lower river. and Mrs. Graham were Cr "close on the On May let, 1890( the welt-knowo. s'

'S Hotel .for a few days. He has purchasedthe landings for passengers on being signal We are informed that Mr. Flagler was 1 heels" of those who took the first prizes> i'+loop Yacht Linda (X, in first-class
steamers Vera and Marguerite, and led. Fare for the round trig between quite pleased with this, his first trip be-1'j The four prizes were very neatly andY ar-" order. Terms of sale: Half cash half

will continue running the Vera between Titusville and the picnic grounds at 1 lob Rockledge, and it will not, by at tistically gotten up by Miss Katie Mus- in secured note. Bale in Turkey Creek.

: this place and Onnond, while the 'Marguerite Turkey Creek, $2intermediate points means, be his last excursion down Indian I senden. The party afterwards adjourned Melbourne.For particulars enquire of C. J. Hector, -

; will ply between New, Smyrna in proportipn. The St. Augustine will River. In consequence of an important to the dining-room, and ended the ..
at'Turkey Creek until the sports meeting Mr. Flagler and party were compelled i Pine Slips.
and Daytnna. Mr.J. S. Watson Js i stay evening's amusemntfbjr, .. ..., playing beanbag -
agent Mr. Simpson, who bas;ben t.hej are'over, and will then go to Melbourne, to cut short their trip, and left!I which terminated- afc 12:20. Inter Parties desiring piiie: -aQpke slips, bananas .
where she will remain until after the Mr. Flagler's and President Yoao ? or any tropical front travhould.
tending to the working of things at on 1 : ,alia we may remark that the guests were correspond with .
en 4 of the route; returned home oiTu:. ea: >aU. No meals will be served on'board.I private cars. Monday afternoon shortly' j i bountifully supplied with ice-cream and TROY aiCF1DDF. .T. :::; .; .

day. 'on the down trip. *after the arrival of the steamer. cake. ae 52tf. Melbourne, :Fla.THE .

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O THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, APR. 24, 1890.
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'\ v hoW many pipes and canes have you asked the price. It was $1,<<0. SOME HISTORICAL NOSES.

UNDER( > THE BIG ROTUNDA. now?" "Well," says the old orator and Clarkson was not then as rich a man as Dr. Acker's English Pills

raconteur, "when I left home I had he is now, and $1,440 was a large sum of Lycurgus and Solon had noses six Are active, effective and pure. For sick

ninety-eight pipes and 154 oanes, but by money for him to invest in a picture.But Inches in length. headache, disordered stomach, loss of

A PORTION OF THE CAPITOL WHERE this time there are probably many more he pulled out his check book and was The immortal Ovid, surnamed Noso, appetite,bad complexion and biliousness,

ONE ALWAYS PAUSES. there, for my friends all over the country about to make the purchase when a friend bad a bottle nose. they have never been equaled, either in

: are sending me in little presents of who knew his weakness s for paintings America or abroad.::.For sale by Dixon.
Nasica derived his
that sort all the time. They know I am tugged at his sleeve and begged him to Scipio name from & Gray, druggists.Our .

Some of the rraoB One May See PawingThrontft in the pipe and cane business, and I suppose at least think about the matter over night bis very prominent nose. =

the Apartment It Shelters.BepreMnUtlvef they won't stop till I have reached before buying. "You may be making a Alexander the Great had a large nose, Very Best People

and senators Officials, my ambition of possessing a different mistake," said the friend, "and, at any EO had Richelieu and Cardinal'V o1eey. Confirm our statementwhen we say that

Pretty Women and JonrnaliiU. pipe and cane for each of the 865 days of rate, the picture will be.here to-morrow. In the medals of Cyrus and Artaxerxea Dr. Acker's English Remedy is in every

: Special Correspondence] the year. Sleep on it, Clarkson." Thus rationally the tips of their noses come clear out to way superior to any and all other prepa-

WASHINGTON 17.-There is But you were talking of Mr. Blaine appealed.to, the art lover put his check the rim of the coin. rations for the Throat and Lungs. In

April one as I came up," he adds, "and I want totell book back in his pocket. Antiochus VIII was called "Grypus," Whooping Cough and Croup, it is magic
t pot In the Capitol which never grows old Next day he called to buy the and relieves at once. We offer
you what I know about the secre- picture, because his nose was as big and hooked you a
to the veteran habitues of the big build- tary's mfmory. The last tim I was in and it was marked "sold." Mr. Clarkson as a vulture's beak.Washington's sample bottle free. Remember, this
! ing. It ill the great rotunda, where the did not see the painting again till the Remedy is sold on a positive guarantee.

most majestic architectural proportions, Washington I called to see bim, and we year 1864, when Mr. Jay Gould asked nose was the true aquiline Sold by Dixon & Gray, druggists.Do .

got to talking about Kentucky families. him to dine and to take look indicative of great firmness, pa- .
works of art of historic interest and a a through Not Suffer
There is not a prominent family in Kentucky tience and heroism. Any Longer.
steady. stream of pretty women and his picture gallery. In the Gould gal-
famous men combine to attract the eye with whose history Mr. Blaine y lery Ciarkson saw the picture he had Mohammed's nose was so curved that Knowing that a cough can be checked

Sad enlist the attention. There are unfamiliar. He told me things about mi had a check written for four yean before. the point seemed to be endeavoring to In- in a day, and the first stages of con- E

benches here, and one may sit down and own family that I did not know. He "And may I ask how long you have sert itself between his lips. sumption broken in a week, we hereby
knows the origin and history, intermarriages had this Corot Mr. Gould Julius Caesar's : guarantee Dr. Acker's English Cough
watch the kaleidoscope of human figures he asked. nose was also of the
set in a beautiful frame of marble and and. connections of nearly all "Only a few months." aquiline type, characteristic of patient Remedy, and will refund the money to
Iwst families and rattled off all who buy, take it as per directions
our to me
"And if have and heroic
fresco. Directly through the, rotunda you no objections I should courage firmness. and
do find
not statement
our correct.
passes the walk which thousands taker such an entertaining lot of gossip about like[ to know what you paid for it?" Numa's nose was six inches in length, Sold by Dixon & Gray, dru gists.
them that I was simply amazed Finally "
every day from senate to house, or houseto Sixteen thousand dollars. whence he obtained his surname of Pom-
senate. In ope door and out the other I asked him where he had acquired all In this way one half hour passes. Doz- pUns, as being the owner of a.superlative The First Symptoms of Death.
F all the famous Americans hare passed this information, and he replied: 'You ens of other famous men come and go, Tired
nose.The dull headache
fueling, pains in
forget that I once lived in Kentucky,and
during the last fifty years; each day that and more gossip ia talked than one letter various
of the
of Bacon parts body, sinking at the
while there I made a study of Kentucky noses Shakespeare, ,
sits of whose can hold. Great is the rotunda!
scores men
names
congress
pit of the stomach loss of appetite feverishness
family history. All life I have had Franklin and Dr. Johnson had wide -
known all the be my WALTER
are over WELLMAX
country may nostrils, betokening strength of thoughtand pimples or sores, are all positive
' a passion for that sort of thing, and I
; in
seen strolling along singly, pairs, or love for serious meditation. evidence of poisoned blood. No matter
"
which I learn
never forget anything
how it became it be
group poisoned must purified
CONCERNING KATE FIELD.A .
about genealogy. If Mr. Blaine had not Napoleon Fs nose was exquisitely
The senator the
or representative even to avoid death. Dr. Acker's English : -
become a statesman," continued Mr. chiseled, sculpturesque in mold, form
veriest stranger may know, for statesmen Correspondent Writes of Till Brilliant, Blood Elixir has never failed to remove -
always pass here bareheaded. Their Knott, "I am sure he would have beenan Brainy W omBD. and expression. He was wont to say: scrofulous or syphilitic poisons.

hats are hung in the cloak rooms, and eminent genealogist." [Special Correspondence.J "Give me a man with plenty of nose." Sold under positive ,guarantee. Sold by

these they do not take the trouble to get A woman next attracts our attention.She NEW YORK, April 17. Kate Field, Great Frederick's nose was so promi- Dixon & Gray, druggists.

on starting for a committee room or the is richly dressed and has the car- who is characterized by a prominent nent that Lavater offered to wager his

- other end of the CapitoL Not so with riage of a queen, of one who has known journalist as the very brainiest woman reputation that blindfolded he could tell That Terrible CoughIn
the who almost what it is to be admired, to receive hom- it out of other the morning hurried difficult F
newspaper men, are as in the United States, is an easy 10,000 noses by simply or
numerous and as well known here as age. She has sparkling eyes-the sort of woman to interview. She throws her- taking it between his thumb and fore- breathing, raising phlegm, tightness in

senators and representatives. Journal- eyes which shine in the gloomy galleries self back in her steamer chair which Sager the chest, quickened pulse, chilliness in

ists are never seen in the corridors of the which surround the senate and house has gone all over creation and a part of the evening or sweats at night, all or any

Capitol with bare heads though they halls. Mrs. Kate Chase Sprngue-for it Canada with her, crosses her small feet THE DAY'S LENGTH.At of these things arc the first stages of

have coat rooms as spacious as those is she-was twenty years ago the most and begins talking aa slowly as if dictat- consumption. Dr. Acker's English
beautiful woman known in this Capitol. Stockholm, Sweden, it is 18J hours. Cough Remedy will cure these fearful
p used by the members of the two houses. ing to a typewriter, giving you plenty of
No one can tell why one class of men Now, though still a handsome woman, time to jot 'some of her opinions. "I in length.At symptoms, and is sold under a positive

who earn their living in the national few know her. She is on her way to the sympathize with the interviewer," she Spitzbergen the longestday is three guarantee by Dixon & Gray, druggists.NOTICE. -

state house habitually appear with hats, supreme court chamber to hear the argument said to me, "for often as a journalistic and a half months.At .

t while another class are always bare- there in a case involving the wreckof relaxation I interview some one." London, England, and Bremen, .
headed; but such is the fact. the great estate of her former hus- Prussia, the longest day has 16J hours. In Circuit Court for Brevard County and
band. State of Florida. In Chancery.
As the men and women come and go we At Hamburg, in Germany, and Dant-
notice other peculiarities and eccentricities. The old justices know her, every one John T. Huntingtonvs.
4. zic, in Prussia, the longest day has 17
No one appears to walk through this of them, and her eyes become brighter hours. .

hall without pausing,or at least slowing than ever as she pauses to tell, in that James Knapp,
his There is so much to mellow voice which years ago made her ( At Wardbury, Norway,the longest day The husband of Josephine -
pace. see, so
many lines of beauty which one may one of the most fascinating conversationalists lasts from May 21 to July 22, without Knapp, deceased -

# never before have observed, that instinctively in Washington or Paris, of the at- interruption.At and the Children
the eye wander hither and yon tentions shown her by the members of ''A; St. Petersburg,Russia, and Tobolsk, and Heirs and Devisees -

Simply as an experiment in observation the court of which her father was once Siberia, the longest day is 19 hours and of said Josephine

we sit down to note for a half hour the chief justice. Mrs. Chase's eldest r the shortest 5 hours. Knapp, and against II I J Order for
R Webster Jose- Publication.phine
the notable or known men and women daughter is just going on the stage, for At Tornea, Finland, June 21 brings a .
.
who pass This is always an interesting which she has been carefully educated.She day nearly 22 hours long and Christmasone Frances C.W.Webster Darner,

experiment, no matter where tried. It starts out, not to make her debut, < r --=:r less than three hours in length.At and James M. Darner

is doubly Interesting here, for it is a spot but simply to get a little actual work be- -- ... :J' (, St. Louis the longest day is som e her husband, and,
that stands midway between the two hind the footlights. By! the way, the r 'Jfh "
-
what less than 15 hours, and at Montreal, against Orloff M.
houses of congress, a spot in which his- historic Chase home, Edgewood, is likelyto Canada, it is 16.--St Louis Republic. Dorman his Heirs

tory Is centered and where history is be soon broken up and covered by the \. and Assigns. J

. still being mad,. The very first couple buildings of this rapidly extending city.A : ) THE FLIGHT OF DUCKS. Whereas it b the bill of
to attract: our attention are men whom syndicate of wealthy senators, who appears ;
The redhead can fly all day at the rate complaint, filed in the above entitled
one would hardly have expected to see have already made much money in \ i
cause, that all of the defendants therein
of 90 miles an hour.
together. They are Mills and Gear, of Washington real estate, are contemplating reside without the State of Florida,
the ways and mans committee-the onea the purchase and subdivision of the The blue wing and green wing teals that the husband and heirs of Josephine

representative of Republicanism and beautiful grounds, nearly fifty acres in KATE FIELD. can do 100 miles an hour and take it Knapp reside at Porto De Plata, in the

the other of Democracy. Gear we observe extent, which overlook the city and Cap- This brilliant audacious, aggressivewoman easy. Republic of Santo Domingo; that E. K.
talks much she writes in clear
, to be a carelessly dressed' man of itol. as The gadwall can do 90 miles. The Webster resides at Fort Omaha, in the
CO or more yean with a face thickly Co It will seem almost like sacrilege to I caustic style and with a smile on her lips flight of the wild goose is 100 miles per State of Nebraska; that Josephine C.

bearded, and a way of dropping his head me to break up the old home," said Mrs. : even when dealing the roost cutting hour.A Webster, Frances W. Darner and James

down toward his breast which many Chase; "a bookful of memories cling blows. She is a curious mixture of di- canvasback duck flies habitual M. Darner reside at York, Pennsylvania -
thoughtful men have. around it. Only today, as I was riding plomacy and fearlessness, now veiling at an ; and that the residences of the
her real sentiments under the rate of 80 miles per hour, which is in-
Mills looks older than his companion, toward the Capitol, my eye turned in- most politic other defendants are unknown ; and
creased
but as a matter of fact is not so old. His stinctively toward the window of the of utterances, anon flinging pm. in an emergency to 120. the other defendants are themselves un-
dense to the winds. She i? assertive and The mallard has a flight of 48 miles
complexion is as ruddy as that of a girl, senate wing in which my father used to an known :
and his eyes have the twinkle of kindliness hang a piece of red curtain at 4 in the sets forth her ideas with an air which hour; the black duck, pintail, widgeonand And whereas it appears further, that

and good nature. Neither of these afternoon if more than two guests were seems to say: "That's what I,Kate Field, wood duck cannot do much better.A said bill is filed for the purpose of ef-

party warriors seems to care a rap about coming out with him to dinner. You think. You can like it or not, as you Steel Handed Artist. fecting a partition of the north fourthof

his dress, though both thanks most see, we could accommodate one or two please." the William Garvin Grant in section
I have before me the proof of an etch-
likely, to their good wives, are entirely guests without extra preparation, but if Katherine Van Arnheim a very tal- 37, of township 20 south range 35 east,
ing just published (writes the London
presentable. At first eight would four or five were expected we had to increase ented and beautiful Chicago singer, was containing 500 acres, in Brevard county,
one
the quantities. More often than present one day when Miss Field was correspondent of The Scotsman), the Florida, between complainant and the
cay that neither was ,a genial man work
yet of an armless artist, M. Noel Mas-
this is but another Illustration of the rule not the red curtain hung in the window." laying down laws for using the voice, above-mentioned defendants:
son. The etcher was a young man who It is therefore ordered that the above-
that A dark bearded man, with the stooped which the artist at once discovered to be ,
appearances are deoettful, for two died suddenly a few weeks imme- named defendants
ago and all claim-
shoulders of student worker absolutely word=less. H1 1e. Van Am-. persons
a or a
more companionable, Informal: delightful along, arm in arm with a substantial,comes heim is always ready to discuss the regu- diately after he had completed this plate. ing by, through, or under them do appear
men do not walk these marble floors. ,
During the commune he lost both and said bill
at the clerk
arms
answer a
lation of the voice, and although she
wasa
handsome friend. We
As we step up the two men are talking bright eyed, may and hands by the explosion of a shell office, in Titusville, Florida on or be-
about Secretary Blame and the schemeot.lnternatiQn&1'nclproclty well say these men are friends. The firstis comparative stranger to Miss Field, at June
once joined issue with her. He3,8 then 14 years of age. He got fore the first Monday in A. D-
Public Printer Palmer
which he is a sterling fellow himself fitted with mechanical hands 1890, or said bill will be taken against
who not has control "How do you daze, Miss Field, to
aid to have df vJaed. only of the say and set to work to learn etching. Of his them as confessed.It .
There is one thing I can say about greatest printing office in the world, but thus and so about' the manner in whichone success the plate now published is full is further ordered that notice ot

Mr. Elaine remarks Governor Gear. who has behind him a record which any should use the voice in singing-you, proof. It is a view of Nogent-sur-Marne. this order be published weekly for the
"He baa the man might be proud of. who cannot use it properly in speaking,
most phenomenal memory evenf M. Masson, In choosing the subject, puta space of sixty days, in the FLORIDA
I have ever known. A few days ago I When his friend whom we see with considerable strain on his of STAB, a newspaper published in Titus
the him. First Assistant Postmaster General "And pray, who are you," sharply powers ville Florida
Brevard
was calling
on secretary, when he execution, fer the drawing is full of de- county.
asked me to sit down. 'Gear,' said he, Clarkson, went into Des Moines from the asked Mias Field, "to dispute me in this tail, not to be done except with much Ordered at! Chambers, in DeLand,

you are the very man I wanted to Bee.For' farm to become a newspaper man, his faahionr"Well painstaking care. He has, however Florida, this 24th day of March, A. D.
.long time I have been wanting to first employment was given him by Palmer. said Van Arnheim, "I may be a bold and produced 1890.
striking M.
picture.
ask Afterward Clarkson Palm- very small potatoes compared to Miss
you about some famiUen which left bought Masson had JoniCD.: BROOMS
my old comity in Pennsylvania thirty er's paper, and Palmer, against the advice Kate Field but I know something of the feeling unquestionably which his mechanical a sympathetic Judge Circuit,; Court 7th Circuit of

years ago and settled in the part of Iowa, of many of his friends, bought The voice, and I tell you you are all wrong." hands could Florida.I .
which Chicago Inter-Ocean, then a rathole for After this tilt the two became great not always interpret. But
you now represent in congress. even on its artistic side the etching does certify that the foregoing is a true
k How are the Smiuxsons 1 getting along? swallowing up money, and in it sunk friends. not lack interest.! -Pall Mall Gazette.A copy of the order of publication madeA,
Aad the Browns And Mr. Blaine went $'(.OOOO In a few years. Later on Palm- Another woman who dares to differ in this case.Titusville. .

on." added Governor Gear "to make inquiries er's sterling honesty showed the stuff it from this distinguished femiame autocrat Hors..f Another Color. March 26th, 1890.

about no. fewer than twenty-five was made of. As postmaster of Chicagohe is Margaret Sullivan, of Q icago. Two Dickinson seminary students are A. A. STEWART,

familles,'a member of which he had not lived almost parsimoniously, on a She was breakfasting with Miss Field not In disgrace and have been suspendedfrom Clerk.
for clerk's income and devoted the long since in Washington, and was pour- ROBBINS &G
seen more than a quarter of a cen- mere remainder the privileges of the school, the result run Aii,
tury. He not only remembered the of his salary to paying old debts. ing milk in her tea when Kate cried: of a little fun indulged in by thema Solicitors for complainant. 49-10w

names, but characteristics and family Each month, I am told a certain part of "How can you drink milk in your tea? few nights The
boys secured
ago.
a
histories,and when my own memory was his salary as public printer is set aside Don't you know that Ira leather?" can of yellow ocher, and in the stillnessof NOTICE.

at fault, though I have known nearly for the wiping out of old newspaper lia "I like leather," was the calm reply of the night went to the seminary stable, LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE, FLA,\

every family He made inquiry about, he bilities. Not every man one meets. in the Mrs. Sullivan, as she proceeded to drink where they lost; no time in changing the March 15th, 1890. J

described the heads,to me with such partioularity rotunda is honest enough to make such her tea. color of the school cart horse from a Notice is hereby given that the followingnamed
that I could not fall to recall sacrifices for a dead horse. Miss Field's signature is perfectly consonant dark bay to a bright yellow. When the settler has filed notice of

hem had: I ever known them. A very Clarkson drags his friend up to look at with the character of the aggressive the hostler arrived at the stable he was his intention to make final proof in support

remarkable thing WM that he could re- the paintings in the rotunda. The chief woman who penned it. Here it is: astonished at the appearance of the faith- of his claim and that said proof i

member the names of nearly all the girls headsman of the postoffice departmenthas ful old animal, and forthwith reported will be made before Judge of Circuit

r whom these men had married and also a passion for pi*ure& His handsome his discovery to Dr. Gray, the president.An Court, or in his absence clerk of said

the names of their children, and among home here is filled with rare worksof 6 u investigation followed and the court, at Titusville,'Fla., on May 17th
th0 children whom he remembered are art. It is said he has the second students were found out. The hostler guilty 1890, viz.: Madison Bridges of Tit*

many of the beat men in my state." finest Corot in America, the postmaster There is a dash of business, a smack of has been busy ever since ville, Fla., homestead No44110, for the

At this point the group is enlarged by general having the third finest. Clark- conceit, a propensity to fight and a ten by frequent curryings.: to bring, endeavoring the horseback lots 5& 7, section 4, township 22 south i

the addition of a figure which ten or son narrowly escaped possessing the deny lay the law down pretty sharply to his natural color, but with only of range 37 east. _
fifteen yean ago was well known the finest Corot this country can boast of visible in this signature. Any one who partial success.-New York Sun. He names the following witnesses to
capital and the press of the country. It While in New York helping manage the has ever come in contact with Kate FStld prove lila continuous residence upon and

is that of an old man,slightly stooped, national campaign of 1880 he wanderedInto would expect just such a fist from her. There is a Latin name for every bird, cultivation Jesse Tucker of said Titusville land, vis.: FU. Orlando

with an enormous gray mustache and a GoupITs picture store ,on Broad- lw&T., beast,reptile and insect, except the poUy- Qnarterman, Heath Fla. ; FrankB. ;

pink complexion Proctor Knott, ofKentucky. way. A painting attracted his attention, wog. For some reason they didn't get Sackett, Heath, Fla.;, Robert Marrow -
"Here," said, Mr.,Mills, "b roused his admiration. He yearned to ., client bold of him. or it was decided that he Titusville Fla.ALEXANDER. -
,
the man who has the greatest collectionof possess .it, as he yearns to possess every Drop a quinine pill in the riot and test was Latin enough without anything: LYNCH. ,

.canes an pipes?in America. Knptt.i beautiful pigture .rvhic> 1a.JeeL He roar grippe.-New York Sun. tra.-Detroit Free Press 48 Register.



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Pi. APR. 24, 1890. 3A


r IN. MAGAZINE: OFFICE good rrI not the chief desideratum, copy Oat in case of a greaTnrelwft .1 1
although it be Bucklen's Arnica
f: must Good Salve. t
present illus-
copies might be destroyed, to the great THE tNDUSTRIAL WORLD.In .
I,,, trators do not come from art schools as a annoyance of" both editor and author. THE BEST SALVE in the world for Cuts, 1

: HOW A MONTHLY IS LAID OUT, rule. E. A. Abbey,Remington and Kea the Lake Superior region this year Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum Fe-
ble, the best of the day, do not come 7,000,000 tons of iron ore were dug. ver Sores Tetter, Chapped Bands, Chil
pUT TOGETHER AND ISSUED.MMtoMrfpta from art schools. An illustrator blains, Corns and all Skin Eruptions,
usually One sheet of paper recently made was and
positively cures Files
begins as an amateur, sketching some eight feet wide and and or no pay re-
seven
three-quar quired. It is
guaranteed to
I give perfect #
J *IUac b7 the Thotuand great fire, or railway accident, or some I ters miles long. satisfaction, or money refunded. Price

I JIba" for ecaaioual Contributor.-{ AtIl1otatloaa group of faces and attitudes that strike New York has a Working Girls' VacatIon 25 cents per box. For sale by Dixon &

Coat and Dew the Work I* the eye. He trains his hand to the workof society. It sends the sick and destitute Grey. 1019.
giving ideas a tangible form, and not
JOD8e girls on a vacation.
simply to the reproduction of artiSticforms
Special Cbrreepoxxtaioa. from copies that anybody can useflood In Germany the law makes servants The New Discovery.You .

1\1W YORK, April 17.-Many people and that are familiar on all sides. give a month's notice before leaving.The have heard your friends and neigh '

guppose that a monthly is all written and Every illustrated magazine has a mistress must give similar word be- bors talking about it. You may yourself

prepared within the thirty days that of drawings offered, just as manuscripts fore a discharge. be one of the many who know from personal

ebpe between numbers. To others a are. Few of those offered are of any LM ,'at.Z Germany's pension law for laborers experience just hOw good a thing it is. If

j one,coming periodically, produces value for will include 12,000,000 persons. Ever] you have ever tried it you are one of its
magazine use, because, while staunch friends because
the
wonderful
r wonder that would never be aroused by workingman, according to his ;
: ,
they show wages about it
may good art, they do not thing is, that when once given ;
the making of a book, which is of the "hit off" any idea that it is desirable to must pay from three cents to seven and trial, Dr. King's New Discovery ever after a

came order so far as production is conJ illustrate. Occasionally a piece of work one-half cents per week. The employer holds a place in the house If you have
cerned. must pay the same sum for each laborer used it and
strays in that shows talent and the never should be afflicted with a
J A magazine is not merely the thoughtsof novice may be encouraged by a few H V and the government will contribute cough,or any Throat, Lung or chest trouble 1

ita editors put into type any more thana hints and suggestions. Many would be $10.50 yearly for every man. The pen- secure a bottle at once and give it a fair
newspaper is the presentation of theeditor's illustrators sion will be paid to the sick and all over tria. It is guaranteed every time,or money
The place great store upon their A FIRE Hf TSE D R'-! J ideas. newspaper tells what art education and years age. pension is from at Dixcn

happens the world over; it makes a contemporaneous they learn that, their are class grieved attainmentsare when $26 to $41 per year. That sum is one- Gray's drugstore. 24.

't record of life day by day. not a passport for preferment in BITS OF SCIENCE.In third of the wages paid in that country.

The magazine presents the results of life practical life and that class training is the air subjected to test for Persons who lead a life of
purest
of the exposure are
: on the thought world. These modified not A Girdle of Pies Round the Karth.
even an essential. the causes which produce the subject to rheumatism, neuralgia and lum-
1 thoughts may be registered at the The dimming NEW YORK, April 17.-A president of and
Century staff of illustrators are effect of haze there about bago will find a valuable in
remedy
were 34,000dust
moment of their birth and of the event New York one of the big pie baking establishmentsof Dr. J. II. McLean's
men. Very little of their Volcanic Oil Liniment
found in
particles each cubic inch. -
that provoked them, or long afterward, work outside of the city of New York is this city who has a head for figures ; it will banish pain and subdue infla-

bat whenever they come out on paper done by outside artists. Men of the The new metallic packing for piston recently figured out that nearly 25,000- mation.When.
they represent life. To sift the mass of staff regular rods permits the rods to move freely 000 pies were eaten in New York every
are sent to distant
each material, gathered without order or points. The within it, is simple and strong, and may year. you are constipated with loss of
pay for this work is good, and a fair appetite.headache,take Dr.J.B.McLean's
collation is the work of the editorial illustrator be removed and taken to pieces with This sounds like a fairy yarn, but Little Liver and
on an equality in his profession Kidney Pillets, they are
staff. ease.It. when figured out it allows just fifteen pleasant
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and will
with
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press, makes $15 to $30 a day. The in is said that 10 per cent. of alum, pies a year to every man, woman and a vial.
of added to plaster of paris while being child in the city. One pie will cut into <&:
come a good artist is $ ,OOO a year,
and stars may make $15,000.In burned, renders it as hard as marble on four pieces wflf een- _pies will sixty Take De Witt's Little Early Risers.

r w the engraving department too, thereis setting, and capable of taking a fine pieces, and one piece eaten every six De Witt's Little Early Risers get there.
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A color for
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and thus the amount of
makes some people wonder how it can signal boxes. average money If you suffer pricking pains on moving
spent in this city for pie each is
be repeated month after month. Thereare I In tanning by electricity the ordinarytan year the eyes, or cannot bear bright light, and
There ia for
$2,500,000.
a pie season -
many hands to do it, for the makers liquid is employed, and the hides revolve every find yoursight, weak and*iaiilngyou! should
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The printing of the magazine is a department and helps the tannin to combine with Ask Dixon & Gray whatDeWitt'a Little
pie, plum pie, cherry pie, cranberry pie,
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Yinne. Mr. De Yinne takes pride 1 ordinary glue pot causes a hotter glue to kind of pie for almost every week in the First Step. I

printing and especial pride in wood cut be obtained than where simple water is year. Mince pie is said to have the big Perhaps you are run down, can't eat,

printing. One of the results of his careis I used. Salt in the water where mason gest sale, and ia one bakery alone tons can't sleep, can't think, can't do anything

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THE A&T KAJU.QKB'8 DEN.The in The Century cuts, which appear to, disintegration by frost. and forty barrels of apples are choppedup ails you. You should heed the warning,
stand out the If he would yon are taking the first into
received on page. open step Nervous
10,000 When Herschel
Century manuscripts Sir J. was defendingthe every day.
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will find the
some years previous the average was would be the preparation of the view of an error of nearly 4,000,000 so in a single year the citizens of this, remedy for restoring you exact

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: by the writers are taken up by a staff of the marvels of quick work, quick eren the correction was shown to apply to an in less than two years and a half they results follow the use of this great Nerve

reader and separated for closer attentionby for a monthly. A picture in black and error of observation so small as to be will have eaten enough pie to have Tonic and Alterative. Your appetite re-

special readers. The method of classifying white has many shades varying from equivalent to the apparent breadth of a formed a band of pie crust arond the turns, good digestion is restored, and the

and numbering manuscripts so very dark to light gray, yet all are made human hair at a distance of 125 feet. earth at the equator. Liver and Kidneys resume healthy actiop.

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during their handling varies in different his diversified result obtained treated by the use of sodium and if placed one on top of anotherthe 24. .

offices. The Century plan is to enter Mr. De Vinne has brought it to grea tethylate.. The mole is painted with the pie eaten In two and a half years

f ,;" every manuscript in a book as soon as it perfection by the development of sodium ethylate, a fine glass rod being would reach to the height of a thousand Cleanse your breath with De Witt's Lit-

comes in the maiL The entry begins all printers know as "overlays," placedon used. When the mole has a varnished miles. Taking the average weight of a tle Early Risers, Dixon & Gray.

which that the impression bed, which rolls over pie as one pound, the total weight con-
a 1'w1th'a number by manuscript look the ethylate is gently rubbed in His girl didn't go back on him because
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the office or until returned to the author The "overlays, complete, constitute a more deeply. The mole turns nearly If all this pie were put in one heap and
low relief in paper of the engraving to the average weight carried away by A sort of lethargy sometimes takes
a or printed. black, and a hard crust forms over it, possession -
The number is a consecutive one in be printed. They are made by taking which is nearly three weeks in becomingdetached. men, women and children was fifteen of the Kidneys and bladder; they

a series, 'as No. -, in series A, B, C, proofs of the cut on different thicknessesof pounds each, it would take the entire should be promptly stimulated to
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letter
each
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so on, A good grease for boots, which is said Liver and Kidney Balm.
the relief is
where
aeries of 10,000. The author's name and portions strong enoughand remove it, if no one took a second load.
4 leaving those where extra pressureis to entirely prevent sore feet, is an ointment CHARLES WILT.ur The quality of the blood depends much
4 address, date of receipt, acceptance, re- made of four parts of lard, fo bad
needed. From three to six overlaysare upon good or digestion; to make the
turn, or whatever the disposition of it af- used, and, after pa'.nK together the parts of olive oil and one part of caout- blood rich in life and strength- ving con-

terreading, follows the number, and this chouc (raw rubber), which are melted stituents, use Dr.J. H.McLean Strengthening
used cut
set to be on a they are adjustedon NOTICE.
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his manuscripts as received. Should in printer's work is no pliable, shining, waterproof and. even intention to make final proof in support cure a cough by the use of DeWitt's Cough
operation his claim and that said will be
of proof
there be several manuscripts in the office more durable. and Consumption cure this remedy is
correct
1. at one time from the same author each slight part of magazine making.If made before the Judge of the Circuit and certain in its action and costs no

; will have a separate number in the manuscript Editor Gilder, of The Century, THE GENTLER SEX. Court, or in his absence the Clerk of more than unreliable preparations, insist
should look after the art work and printing said Court, at Titusville,Fla. on Friday, it.
J book and the index book shows upon having For sale by Dixon &Gray
; the number, to each. A book of as carefully as bx does to the brilliancy Miss Florence Conger, the only daughter May 9, 1890, viz.: John A. Young, of
given and grace of thought and style in of the Michigan ex-senator, has been Courtney, Fla.; Hd. No. 15081 for the The farmer's friend has for many yean
" Accepted articles shows the length of his magazine, who would envy him his appointed to a clerkship in the census west half of southwest quarter of south- beeu Dr. J. H.McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment
i each manuscript accepted, the author'slWne for horses, cattle,kogs andsheep. It
position? bureau at Washington.Mme. west quarter of northwest quarter, section -
and the department to which it has proved its worth in thousands of
details 7 township 24 south of 37 cases.
range
The art department are con- Viardot, who possesses the original ,
belongs,etsays, sketches, illustrated arti- ducted by Mr. A. W. Drake, superIn- MS. of Mozart's "Don Giovanni," east, and southeast quarter of northeast When the stomach lacks vigor and regu

dftSf poetry, etc. tendent, and W. L. Fraser, manager.Mr. bias made known that she will leave it quarter section 12, township 24 south of larity there will be' flatulency, heartburn
.'.:, The kind of matter offered to a maga- illustrations range 36 east. nausea, sickness headache
Gilder decides on all by her will to the library of the Schoolof nenrousnew.
zine indicates some people's ideas of literature and here,as in his literary labors,is aided Music at Paris. He names the following witnesses to Use Dr. J. II.McLeans Strengthening Cor-

: people who look upon a magazine the associate editor, R. U. Johnson, prove his continuous residence upon and dial and Blood Purifier to give tone and
/i as a newspaper. Persons styling by assistant editor, C. C. BueL Mrs. Fannie B. Ward hOB started on a cultivation of said land, viz. : M. S. regularity to the stomach.
and the
themselves authors will ask to see the trip as news correspondent through Sams, B. B. LaRoche, R. J. LaRoche, I
the credit of
orig
editor-in-chief and open conversation by To Mr. Buel belongs South America. The journey will occupy John J. LaRoche, all of Courtney, Fla. Neuralgic Persons
inating The Century War Series, one of And those troubled with nerroascen resohloc
speaking of "your paper." in features of a year, and will extend through ALEXANDER LYNCH, train care or overwork win be relieved by taking
the hits periodical
Of late years illustrations have become great and every division of that country.The 48 Register. Brown18 Iron Sitters* Genome
times. He is a young man,
,- a strong feature> magazine making. was these trained to the profession of journalism late Mrs. Frances Lucretia -- --- NOTICE.In baa trade mark and crossed red uses on wrapper .

Theyare demand the times although Thomas widow of Gen. George H.
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a before joining the magazine. Mr. Circuit Court of the 7th Judicial Circuit ADVICE.
j The Atlantic, JJppinoott's and one or Johnson has been one of the staff since I Thomas, of Washington, was in her of the State of Florida, Brevard "Keep your heak cool, your feet warm,

.'two .hers flourish without them. People the beginning in 1873, and is now in his youth a woman of great personal beauty. county, A. D. 1890.Wignell&Tweltridge. your liver active and trust in God,"was the
; of today are constantly delighted She had a majestic bearing and a most advice of a celebrated phpsician to a patient,

with objects about them that are artistic prime.Mr. is of all kinds of impressive manner. ]1 yon can regulate the action of your liver,
Gilder a man vs. Attachment.
I and instructive Life is embellished, by kidneys and bowels by using DeVitt'ssaparilla Sar-
several houses in
and social affairs. When & boy Mrs S. S. Cox owns The Indian River { Amount sworn
brainy reliable blood
: the in all circles except the lowest, Mrs. Cox looks after her I' an absolutely purifying
way, in his teens he served in the Gettysburgcampaign Washington. Land & Improv'ru't'} to $7,892.69.Co. remedy, for sale by Dixon & Gray.
;:'j, by some presentment. So,when 1m in Landis' Philadelphia bat- property herself and has the reputation ., a corporation

:.', reading, and the better the article the tery, and is now a Grand Army veteranof of being a good business woman. She existing under the Damages claim'd In the decline of life infirmities beset m

; greater the desire, they'ask for an object; Lafayette post. Mr. Johnson is a stu is believed to be engaged upon a memo- law of the State of j I $16,000. to which our youth and maturity were

lesson to fasten upon the mind the pictures dent, with ideas on art and social ad biography of Jer husband whom New York. J strangers, our kidneys and liver are subject

I called up by the text. ,The making vancement. Mr. Buel studied life every she accompanied in all his travels and To the defendant corporation and all to derangement> but nothing equals Dr.

8 of. Illustrations places a great burden upon where and recreates at his home on Long aided in his literary work. other persons interested: J. H. McLean's Liver and Kidney; Balmas

editor and publisher. The Century, for Wand sound, where a good yachting Dr. Olga Neymann, one of the many You are hereby notified that a writ of a regulator of these organs.

I- instance, expends probably 170,000 annually breeze will always cause him to forget bright women in Sorosis, a dentist by attachment has been issued against you,
SCOTT!
GREAT
upon illustrations, that is, for" importuning contributors and that last profession, hires female assistants, all of and your property attached to satisfy the don't that cough DeWitt's
demands of the above set forth. Why yon cure
plaintiffs
; original drawings and engraving. which be "declined and whose.
poem on the season them young, pretty earnest Cough and Consumption Cure will do 'it. 1
before
The engraving is very expensive, and with thanks for the favor of reading it." duty it is to stand by the patient, and, if And,now.unless you shall appear the This remedy is positively certain, prompt
the of said Court at
costs sometimes {200 fo $300 on a single her hand Judge oar if hare
is stroke sympatheti and
it satisfactory
a lady, thoroughly you
the fire of 1888, Court House in Titusville in said County -
by ,
page. The cuts in one article,as illustrating The havoc played cally. Children are wooed with stories I tried it you know this statement to be a fact,
from a burning of Brevard before the 7th day
firebrand dropped on or
are used in The Century at'preeent when a and petted more than a little until the I if yon have not you are doing yourself an
cost as much as those in a whole number floor overhead into The Century editorial is finished. of July, A. D. 1890, the same being Rule injustice. It is sold by Dixon &: Gray.
of the The wood rooms, as shown in the cut, suggests operation Day, and plead or demur to the declara-
magazine ten years which a practical hint to writers for the Miss Maude Pauncefote, the eldest tion of plaintiffs herein filed, judgment NOTICE.All .

t: '"% engraving the is done on 4 block upon The, manuscript market. It is well to make i daughter of Sir Julian Pauncefote, the I will be rendered against you by default concerned will take notice that, six
has been photographed.
'" drawing used in duplicates of all articles sent to editors, English minister, is cue of the hand and your property sold to pay the debt. months after date, I will present my final
is reproductions
photoengraving process the author retaining one. Fireproof safes eomeet of the legation girls in Washing Witness the Honorable Jno.D.Broome, account to Honorable Minor S. Jones,
of prints and pen drawings is tall and gracefulShe Judge of said Court as well as A*' A. of Brevard Florida
to used for the bulk of matter, in hand, ton. Her figure County Judge county, ,
4 l-! paler Eight here it occurs to me say are while the are in process of is fond of outdoor exercise, chieflywalking. Stewart, Clerk of said Court, and the and pray for an order,dismissing me from
that there is, after all,one profession not but He papers about shelves o r She baa been presented at seal of said Court, this the 15th day the further execution on the estate of JohnE. -
overdone in America. It is that of an reading they upon of March A. D. 1890. Moore late of said deceased.
at time Articles chosenfor court but she is so Ptllafled with Amer county
illustrator. By this I. mean the art of desks days a duplicated. in the offieeT -. ica that she says she never wants to go [L. S.r A. A..STEWART, 8. H. RAT, Administrator.

blending in a picture. the Ideas suggested illustration BO.that,the are illustrator_ r.Me.JI. back to England 48 Clerk of the Circuit Court. Titusville, J aD.6, 1890. 3-6mo,

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1 4. THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, APR. 24, 1890. .
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THE FLORIDA STAR. OUR COCOA BUDGET. agei>)ent of the Sub-Tropical that it did A LAKE WORTH TRIP. "Speaking of rolling," said a diffident

M not begin to compare with the Indian New Yorker, "I have rolled some at serf

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. River either in quality or design. One myself; rolled, in fact, till I waS so sick
NEWS ITEMS AND SOCIETY EVENTS WHAT OUR CORRESPONDENT MET UP that I threw up pieces of liver not
ELLIS B. W AGE$ Ed.itor and Puts er. 4 of the very attractive features of the WITH ON HIS SOJOURN THERE. to mention the mucous my membrane, of
Brevard exhibit was the display of pine- "
Gleaned by the Star's Regular Correspondent. my stomach. This, he continued "I relate -
$1.50 per Annum. apples-both fruit and plants. The Poke-Hoot Potash and Pepper are Physically while we are out of hearing of Cap- *ts

F Entered at the Post Office at Titruvilleas Mrs. Smith, of Courtney, was in town handsome queens, potted apd bearing, to our Systems the Same as Bravo, tain wonderful Bravo,experience because, in it the light shrink of his 1
might
Second-Clou Matter. sent by Chas. H. Nauman the magnificent ,
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Friday. Bute and Brock are to the Traveling Pub- into insignificance." Bravo, you bee, pt..-
Trinidads, sent by J. Williamson, might have heard of who t.E
He. a man had
circulation ,
has the Largest
The Star :Messrs. F. F. and A. A. Taylor were
a ,of any paper on the East coast of Fla.A in Titusville recently.A of 1\Iicco; Florida pines, from J. S. Sanders ST. LUCIE, } April 17, 1890. under similar circumstances, cast up his
; and the four beautiful varieties toe-nails for all this timorous traveller
SQUARE one inch In space; 18 squares Editor Florida Star: knew.
column. large crowd was present |at the auc- dozen from the famous
make a one pots bearing-
advertising rates enquire of the Editor tion, at the Curtis house, on the 15th. pineapple field of T. E. Richards of In accordance with your invitation, I Indeed, there is something in the air
always enclosing a two centstamp. beyond the frost line which ems to in- r
The house of Mrs. L. E. Willard is Eden. This display, with the ripe fruit venture a line for the paper. An accountof spire exhuberance of imagination, and 1

OWING to an unusual amount of correspondence being painted and otherwise improved. interspersed, was one of the greatest curiosities a trip is not like personally enjoyingits we had now passed the line. .

this week, we hare omitted to northern visitors as it showed episodes, but, then, it sometimes sug- Just think of the child-like and bland
Great preparations are being made for Senator shark I
Quay reporting a which
most of our editorial. matter. :May: Day. The ladies are hard at work. the pineapple in all stages, from the gests pleasant back experiences to the bit off a 250-pound tarpon up to its head P

THIS number commences the eleventh Mr. E. C. Johnson has been quite ,ill plant to the matured fruit. reader, especially when the trip is over a while he was in the act of landing it witha

of the STAR. It is the usual Brevard Co. exhibited by far a larger delightful course. trout rod.
volume for the week but is able to be about
past And think of who
variety of tropical and semi-tropical An old citizen-gone, alas long since just a clergyman C
for the country to say a
thing paper again. declares he has known his grandfather,
great deal about what it has done and fruits and plants than all the other coun- from North Brevard to Abraham's bosom many a time, to wipe his face on the F
Mr. W. V. Rhodes the taxi-
popular -used to that if there was one thing
expects to do, but as the STAR"expects ties together.A say morning paper and read the towel until S
dermist, of Rockledge, left for the north word about the management and better than another in the eating line, breakfast time.If .
of its
the even tenor way, we
to
keep on
last Saturday.Mr. the prizes offered. From the General that thing was well-cooked hominy with it isn't tropical, what is it?
indulge in this.
will not the Lake Worth hotel however
A. F. Lapham is putting an addi- Manager down, every officer did what he ham gravy on it, and so I say, that whenit Dye, in, the course of experiments man,on the

r THE tariff bill which, after many tion to the wharf of the red house, oppo- could for the advancement of BrevardCo. comes to a pleasure trip, I am by a run principle that the cure of every ill is tobe 1i

hitches and delays, was finally reportedto site the Delmonico.Mr. ., and we have much to thank them down Indian River as this good old citi- found in the vicinity of its existence,

the House late Wednesday afternoon, J. M. Lee and family, and brother 'for. The Sub-Tropical offered a premiumof zen was by hominy and ham gravy. has discovered remedy for the trouble.I I
is not the measure it was when first made Most of us old-timers do not appreciateit. had no occasion to apply it myself, but
Andrew, passed up the river Satur- $1,000 for the best continuous'displayof took a dose to encourage another who did
public by a good deal. The committee day, on their way north. the citrus family, tropical and semitropical We have lived here too long. We need it. "Physician heal thyself is not t
could not stand the pressures and were look out the beautiful stretch of but t
Mrs. J. W. Curtis left Thursday for ; $1,000 for the best continuous daily on only a command to self-scrutiny it is

compelled' to make many changes,among San Francisco, en route to Auckland, display, field, farm and garden ; $1,000for water green as emerald at morning, the test also of medical accomplishment.And 1 1L 1i 1r
is acknowl-
the most important of which were the like burnished silver and Captain Dye willing to
at
flashing noon
the best continuous of fruit
display
,
New Zealand, where she has relations.Mrs. .' edge that crevalle is not pompano, even
placing of hides and sugar on the free glinting irridescence as the sun runs down
grain vegetables, etc., provided there be
was when genuine pompano are not to
:: :M.: J. Pipher, who has been
list. To conciliate the sugar producersof two or more counties contesting, whichwas the west-and familiarity with the pic- had. To say this is to say much for the

this country a bounty of two cents a spending the winter at the Peck House, not the case with either. The directors ture engenders indifference in us if it ultra frost-line landlord.
left for her home in Wisconsin Thursdaylast. Lake Worth is well worth
going
pound is provided for during the next met and made a proposition to does not actually breed contempt. Even a
journey to see. It i is like a glimpse of
fifteen years. Mr. Carlisle's minority the exhibitors that they would reduce prophets are not without honor save in fairy-land. Restful as an oasis and beau

report shows that the bill will increase :Mr. and Mrs. Fred F. Taylor left Cocoa the prizes from $1,000 to $750 as there their own countries and in their own tiful as a picture, it blooms and blossoms

the revenues and in very strong terms Friday morning to spend a week was no competition, and would let the households.In like the rose; but like the rose, it has its
of the whole with their Mrs. S. Peck. thorn. Everything has a sort of sub-
punctures the hypocrasy daughter, Harry $150 prize, for the most artistic arrange- taking this trip I have been exceed
tropical taste. Wine, water and coffee;
bill ; an additional minority report ; in Sanford.Mr. ment, remain. We had no alternativebut ingly fortunate. Fortunate, to begin potatoes, turnips and bananas; fish, flesh

against the sugar clause was made by I :: D. Wingood and family, and Mr.: to accept the proposition. They also with in striking up with a party of and fowl-all taste alike.

, Mr. McKenna, a republican. The majority Ord and family, of City Point, stopped at required that we should keep our exhibits genial New Yorkers and Pennsylvanians, "How delicately flavored are these

report practically admits that the Cocoa last Saturday, on their way downto fully up to the standard until the fortunate in the matter of weather, and fried bananas," suggested one of our
party. But they were fried potatoes, not
bill is a poor one, but excuses it on the Fairyland.The close. fortunate in securing passage with Capt. bananas. .

ground of the necessity for "protection";; school at Tropic, taught for the Brevard Co. took the following prizes: Bravo to Jupiter. Indeed, I am a great "How strange, doctor, that you should

it admits also that the exact effect upon past winter by Miss: Willie :May: has $750 for citrus exhibits ; $150 for most believer in the eternal fitness of thingsas think of bringing off a bottle of cow's
of the bill is "difficult of milk said another on our back
the revenues closed, and Miss Willie is at her home in artistic design and display ; $500 for best an average condition. And, all in all, way i
taking the bottle from his mouth with a
, ascertainment and very naively says : Rockledge. Her many friends most cor- exhibit of grape fruit. We would have there has been such an exactness of fit smack. But it was not cows' milk, it was

I "It is not believed that the increase of dially welcome her back. taken prize for shaddock, citron and co- in all the features of this trip,Jrom the cocoa juice.

duties upon wools and woolen goods and coanuts but there was no competition. gallant Captain, past handsome Purser Maybe this sub-tropical flavor is what
The Lapham family had another picnic I think the exhibit has been the means r
upon glassware will have the effect of Watson table of secures such fabulous prices for Lake
at Lake Poinsett last Wednesday. of advertising the Indian River countryas over a good things
Worth tomatoes in the Northern markets.
the If the
increasing revenues. report They succeeded in capturing twelve it could have been done in no other which we ate to the music of a happycrew Eaten with the eyes open they are toma-
told the entire truth it should have ad-
large black bass, which they passed way. It certainly attracted a great many even down to tonic that Dr. Hill toes; then close your eyes and they be- r
ded that this increase in duties will add that I wish to thank the
people way. carried in his grip as would furnish a come sour-sops, or what you please.
materially to the expenses of every fami- around among: their friends. people of Brevard for their very liberal book full of argument for an optimist. Lake Worth has a population in consonance

ly in the United States that purchases The bricks and shingles have been support given me as their commissionerin with its beautiful surroundings.It .
instance have Understand, however, that in publishing
every they responded to is a community without crime; a com-
hauled the lot of Mr. J. M. Sanders
kind on ,
woolen goods or any of glassware. every call made on them by me ; and to this compliment to the officers of the munity where the occupation of grand i

Further on the report says: "This bill is back of the Willard cottage. Mr. Sanders the people at large is the credit due for St. Sebastian I do not mean to be invid- juries is not to say gone, but where it
of the of will commence building soon, the grand display made at the SubTropical. -
framed in the interest people : very ious; for what the three proprietary P's never bad any existence; where peopleare
the United States. To have been truth- and hopes to have his family here before To the unceasing efforts of our honest and law-abiding without con-
Commissioners to the (Poke-root, Potash and Pepper) are saidto
County keep up straint; where judges are not needed except "
ful it should have read: "This bill is fall.Mr. exhibit is great credit due ; they were be to the physical system of the indi- to naturalize citizens and where

framed in the interest of certain manu- Denny, of Newark, N. J., who has constantly "punching me in the ribs" to vidual, so are the three B's of the Indian civil law business is so nominal that the !I

facturers at the expense of the people of teen stopping for a few weeks at the keep up the display in a creditable man- River Steamboat Company (Bravo, Buie Sheriff is brought out in debt each year. i
which I endeavored do. To
to theJ.
the United States." home of Col. C. W. Harrison left for the ner, On our way back the younger doctor
,
and Brock to the of the i
., T. & K. W. Railway management is ) body traveling and myself stoppejl off here to hunt and j
north Tuesday morning. Mr. and Mrs.C. the greatly indebted and I wonder that Buie's wife
LAKE WORTH. county particularly public. even fish. The others wended their way
Willard and children, of City Point, General Manager D. F Jack allows her handsome young husband to North, at once benefitted and delighted.This .
Tuesday in Cocoa. and Asst. Genl. Manager C. O. Parker, I is about the oldest settlement on the
Pleasant but very dry. spent be a steamboat Captain, for I, myself,
and Mr. W. P. Lawshe, the agent at Ti- coast south of Smyrna. St. Lucie Fort
The Bessie B. and Mary B. are both Mr. Ed. Hathaway, who has been stopping tusville, who was untiring in his efforts : know of one lady who said of him, not Capron and Fort Pierce are names which

up Jacksonville way now, but are looked at the Peck House for several to serve the county and rush exhibits I to him, you understand, that he was "a take the very oldest citizens back to their

for back very soon with full cargoes. weeks, left for his northern home last through. To the Indian River Steamboat I honey," and of another who pronouncedhim earliest recollections, and the names were

Sheriff J. F. Highsmith has sold his Saturday. Mr. Hathaway is an enthusiastic Co. do we tender thanks for the "a daisy of a Captain." Thus some then old. When I first came here,

fine hunting lodge site on Lake Sunset, fisherman, and has succeeded in many Brevard courtesies extended has carried to the off the county. Captains are born popular, some achieve eighteen years ago, wild turkeys wal- -,<
ALE., Spencer being the purchaser.The county pre- lowed in the ash heaps of the back lot
"Capt.
catching a great many while here. mium for everything she contested for. popularity, and some have popularity and antlered bucks peeped through the

young men gave a dance at the Mrs. James Holmes met with a severe and has taken $155 more prizes than any thrust upon them by the ladies who guava bushes at the sleepy dogs by the $'
Cocoanut Grove House on the 8th, other travel with them. door steps. Wild cats were so tame thatno
week last county.Very
which was well attended and enjoyed by accident a ago Saturday. truly, chanticleer was safe even under his
those present. S While walking over the unfinished floor R. P. PADDISOX, When we arrived at Eden Captain own vine and fig leaf, and bears ravagedthe

Another change in .the mail puts it of her new house she missed her footingand Commissioner. Bravo kindly stopped the steamer long bee-hives under bed-room windows.But .

back to three mails a week, and it is now fell between the floor timbers, cut EAU CALLIE.If enough for our party to go ashore and things are not as they were. 'Deer!

received with greater regularity than ting a gash! in her forehead close to the view the pineapple plantation, to which are scarce and watchful. They feed now
when it tried to come daily.A you wish to see a fine garden call "Old Adam" cheerfully directed the way. at night, and a hunter may ride all day
over the ground where he killed here a .
drawing of grand and petit jurors is bone.Mr. upon Capt. Bennett.Mr. Now this Eden of the Occident has both
D. C. McMonagh, of Middletown, buck, and there a fat doe, without en-
advertised for.the 19th. and there is nowa : R. P. Blatch has his black-
now its Adam and its Eve, and had its serpentas countering a feeding deer. Thus has
and Miss Com-
N. Y. Mr. S. M.
Comly
likelihood that we will have a sittingof ;
smith shop ready for business.Mr. in this change over the spirit of his
Dr/G. well. Thus far, connection, come a
in this at last. of Toledo 0. E. Hill and
court county ly,
;
John Aspinwall continues to catch has itself. But in the dream if he dream at all, for the venison
Boss Lanehart is shoving the work on wife, :Mr.: C. S. Hill and wife, of Scran- quantities of fish in his pound net. history repeated pasties and unctuous bear stews which

the Episcopal rectory on the east side of ton, Pa.; Mr. J. Macdonell and wife, of Hodgson Bros. are opening new goods denoument of the later drama there occurred produced nightmare promoted dreamsare

the lake, and Boss Haight is making Satsuma Heights, Fla., were guests at weekly, which arrive from New York. something new under the sun. "scattered like" now. The swamp no

things hum on the court-house buildingat the Peck House last week. Another important change of property This Adam was a shrewd Jerseyman,and, longer rings with the gobble of the
Juno. bearded cock and the call of the
has taken place in our village, noticeof being upwards of fifty years of age, was turkey ,
Assistant Keeper D. A. Allen, of Jupiter BREVARD AT THE SUBTROPICAL. which will be given later. supposed to have cut his eye teeth. This wild duck is no longer heard by the
spent the 7th and 8th on the lake, waterside. Human tramps have sup
looking after his west side pineapple crop Captain Paddison'8 Report. John H. Mellor and wife left for Chi- Eve was a doting grandmother, and planted the wolves which were wont to '

and his east side best girl, and also attending Editor Florida Star: cago on Monday last. Mr. M. has sold looked more after the baby than she did flock out from the Halpattee fiats and

the dance at the Cocoanut Grove DEAR SIR-Now the great State Sub- all his real estate in this neighborhood. after Adam. The apples of this Eden levy tithes of fatted cattle against the
Hodgson Bros. will run a steamer from cowboy.Boys .
House on the 8th.
Tropical is, over it is my pleasure as this point and Tropic to the picnic were pineapples, and the fellow who look more now toward Parnassus
The County Commissioners, thanks to well as duty to render an account of Creek the played the devil and out-acted his
able hold my grounds at Turkey on 1st of prototype than down the barrels of their guns and
.J. L. Nugent, were to a meet-
ing on the 7th and 8th and transact considerable my stewardship to those who have been May. Get your lunch baskets ready and was a commission merchant. This in these days the whistle ot the civilizing

bust ness. Commissioner Nugent taxed to keep up the Brevard county ex- have a good time. Adam was bitten instead of the fruit, steamboat is more familiar than the crack

kindly walked up from Miama so as tomake hibit. The steam yacht Sassacus, owned by but he shouldered the responsibility him- of the cow-whip.
a quorum in the board, and all interested Capt. Bradley of Buffalo, has arrived in Still, game is to be found, and young
Early in December I visited the managers self and put no blame on Eve. There Dr. Hill and correspondent had a
in county aflairs are very gratefulto our river and is moored at the Hodgson your
him for so doing. of the Sub-Tropical and presentedmy Bros', wharf. She carries a fine lot of will be no more biting in this Eden, we rare hunt. But the fishing is unabated,

Capt 0: S. Porter has a three-year-old credentials; they received me very tropical plants, alligator hides and other are assured, not even by Jack Frost. All and in the last added year or the two tarpon catch-

castor bean tree the stem and trunk of cordially and gave me the first choice of skins all of which will be added to theCaptain's joking aside, "Old Adam," alias Captain ing has been of St. Lucie.to I piscatorial attractions -

which measures 49 inches in circumference space. I selected what I then and now already fine collection. Capt. Thomas E. Richards, has a beautiful item of recordrthe following give you catch, &Ian for
the the of it is 37 and Mrs. Bradley will leave for Buffalo
at ground
height
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consider the best location in the building home and without
considering his hospi- the past season:
feet and the spread of its branches is 60 during the week, leaving their steamerin
feet in diameter. Possibly some of our -a space on the south side and near care of the Messrs. Hodgson, who are tality and knowledge, he is a valuable AverageLength.

tip-country neighbors who claim to liveoc the band stand, 26x64 feet, covering as having: it hauled out and a suitable citizen and deserves lasting credit for the Weight.
Senator Quay..5 ft. 6 in. 143 Ibs.
better soil can beat this, if so we much room as the three counties of Col- covering erected over it to protect the pluck and energy he has displayed in R. R. Quay..5 ft. 2 In. 136 Ibs.

would like to have them give the figures. umbia, DeSoto and Levy. I have keptup vessel from summer sun and showers. fostering! pineapple culture to the pitchof Mr. George..... .....5 ft. 2 in. 140 Ibs.

County Assessor Richards has just nine large tables of fruit, pineapplesand Eau Gallie was visited by bush fires success attained by him. Mr. Lowenstein.4 ft. 10 in. 120 Ibs.

been around making himself agreeableto shrubbery. I have frequently heard during the past week, and some damagewas Passing down the river from Eden T. L.'Paine............ 14 in. 3 11>>1.
I the property owners. In addition tot done to outlying groves and one or we Forest fires have been raging all over
making the assessment'he also secured an the remark made by persons from the two small buildings ; also the mule ran so near the eastern shore as to get a this section for months. A man-a%

agricultural report from everyone for the North-and it was also made by U. S. shed belonging to F. D. Adams, and the fine view of the ocean from the steamer. match-"a rough." Then comes the fire
use of the State A riculturalDepartment. Senator :Marten-that the display of fertilizer shed of Messrs. Hodgson. The Our Northern contingent were in ecstasyat and besides the alarm and uneasiness-

If Commissioner Wombwell would have fruits made by the Indian River exhibit greatest loser is Mr. John Aspinwall, once. occasioned by it, much material damageis
,the names of a few of our choicest tropical whose whole grove had a narrow escape "Roll on, thou dark, blue ocean, roll," done. On the ocean side of this section .
fruits put down on the blanks he was decidedly the best ever made in the owing to the criminal carelessness shownin exclaimed one. 3Ir. McConville and others have

ends out to be filled.he could get a muchlarger United States.A firing the woods in his vicinity. :Mr.: "A life on the ocean wave and a homeon sustained more or less damage, and on
and better report from this section party of gentlemen who visited the P. A. McMillan will also loose a few the rolling deep," sang another. the landward aide of the river Messrs.

and probably from other places. Guavas, great citrus exhibit lately made in New trees through the same culpable carelessness _But your correspondent, being not one Paine, Robbins & Graham, AlexanderBell
.ava ado pears mangoes, tamarinds sapa- and only through the persistent efforts of those who go down to the sea in ships, and others have sustained very se- ;
dilloes sugar apples and lots more of our York by California, and which cost that, of Mr. C. Young was Mr. Taylor's said: "Let her roll, so I roll not with rious loss.' How is this evil to be remedied -
2 est fruits were not on the list at all. State ten thousand dollars, told the man- new,residence saved. [her.11 T More anon. X. X. :L I


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; SUBTROPICAL AWARDS. BYLAWSOf EDWARD STILING. ALBERT A. TAYLOR.

Brenrd County Takes First Prize for Best the Indian Hirer Loan and Investment
STILIN""GT-Y-LOR.
Contlnnoni Display of Citrus Fruits and Company. .,

Several Prizes of Individual Exhibits. ARTICLE I.-Of Meetings. II
Cocoa Indian River Florida.
Wednesday the committee of the ,
Last
Section 1.-A meeting of the stock-
Sub-Tropical Exposition made their report holders of the company shall be held at DEALERS IN

from which we publish the county the office of Bobbins & Graham, at Ti-

and individual prize awards, as follows: tusville, Florida, on the first Tuesday in
March of each year, for the election of
COUNTY EXHIBITS. directors and the transaction of such
Hardware Stoves
We,your committee, report the following other business as may be brought beforeit. Crockery Tinware
And a special meeting may be called
awarded For best continuous ,
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premiums ,
by the directors at any time, when requested -
county display of the citrus family so to do, in writing, by representatives -

and other tropical and semi-tropical fruits of a majority of the stock. AND AGATEWARE.Paints .
first prize. For best Sec. 2.-Each stockholder shall be
-Brevard county notified by written or printed notice Oils, Glass and Putty, -... .
exhibit field farm Q ,
continuous county according to law, before the holding of TABLE and POCKET CUTLERYPlumbers'

and garden products-first prize, Colum- any special meeting the purpose of ,

bia count: For best continuous county which meeting: must be stated in the and Mill
notification and other business shall BARBED WIRE
exhibit most t'ariedand diversified prod- no ,
be conducted thereat by unani-
except Q
ucts of the soil (fruit grain, vegetables, mous consent. S Supplies, 4

etc.,)-First prize,DeSoto county; second Sec. 3.-The holders of a majority of WIRE NETTING

prize, Levy county. the stock of the company outstanding, Doors Sash Blinds -- ,, WIRE
shall constitutea
INDIVIDUAL EXHIBITS. present at any meeting, ,t, and CLOTH.A.MMU2STITION' .
quorum.
Best exhibit citrus and other semitropical Sec. 4.-The Board of Directors for

fruits, A. S. :Mann $200; best I' the first year shall consist of Dwight W. BRICK LIME, CEMENT, l G-u.n.: ,
Tuttle, George M. Robbins and WalterS. ,
exhibit Florida sponges,shells and corals!, Graham. The first regular: meetingof

Miss Lena Thompson, $100; best exhibit stockholders shall be held on the first SHINGLES and LATH. ,

pineapples in tubs fruited, Robert Bid- Tuesday in March A. D. 1891. FISHING TACKLE.
Sec. 5.-The directors shall hold a
Florida .
well $100 best display syrup
,
; meeting for the election of officers, etc.,
and sugar, (in glass jars) St. Cloud Sugar as soon as possible after the articles of Ship Chan.d1ery: G-c>c>ds, %

Mills,Kbsimmee, $50; best exhibit bale association and by-laws are filed with the Agents for ALABASTIXE, the permanent coating for walls and ceilings ; For.Chattanooga Plow Com-
.
Florida grown hay, A. C. Carter, second Secretary of State; and annual meetings pany's plows and cane mills ; Planet Jr. farm tools. i
shall be held for this imme-
and purpose
Florida fish preserved
prize, $25;
diately after the adjournment of the Gauze Doors Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasolene Stoves Coffins and Caskets.
frozen, John Cross, DeSoto county, $50; annual meeting of the stockholders. ,

best exhibit sisal hemp and other fibrous i Sec. C,-Regular business meetings of ARTESIAN WELL PIPE A SPECIALITY.Catalogues /
plants (raw and manufactured) first the directors shall be held upon the first
of each month. Special meetings cards and size lists sent free
Tuesday sample
prize E. R. Van Buren, $50; best exhibits upon application. Correspondence solicited and
may be held at any time, providedthe i estimates furnished promptly.
flowers, in pots and tubs, Bryan & full board is in attendance, or if any :

Sumner,first prize $50; best exhibit 1,000i are absent, their consent in writing is STILING & TAYLOR.
cigars from Florida grown tobacco, nc given, and filed and noted in the minutes.A .
majority of the full board shall be a -
El Modelo factory, honorable
competition, to do business. recorded the stub of the stock I

.. bushes mention; best&Sumner exhibit,honorable bearing guava mention quorum ARTICLE II.-Of Officers. book and a upon new certificate isfued. C: S'_ L'i I I 1 e & C'Q'J1 A. L. Hatch & Son,

Bryan ARTICLE IV.-Of Finances.Ser DEALERS IN
Sec. 1.-The officers of the company
article
best exhibit :I
no competition; shall be a President, Secretary and 1.-The board of directors shall JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Ci'oeleery I
manufactured from Florida woods,showing Treasurer, one cf whom shall act as have power to make such loans,purchases, Glassware DRY GOODS NOTIONS

their variety and usefulness, first general attorney for the company. They sales, improvements, etc., in behalf of ,

prize, Baines & Warrington, $25; best shall be elected by the board of directors the company as it may deem profitablein House-Furnishing,, Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery
t exhibit palmetto work, E. H. Schofield,, and may or may not be members of the conducting its business of loaning and Stationery, Family Medi-
board. They shall hold office until the real estate investments.Sec. Lamps, Oil, $ Vapor Stoves, cines Garden
Seeds
_;. first prize $25; best exhibit Florida cocoanuts first Tuesday in March succeeding their 2.-It may also borrow money on Gate City Stone Filters. ,
S R P. Paddison, honorable mention election or appointment, and shall hold the credit of the company,evidenced by CHOICE GROCERIES
t their bonds of the secured by mortgage We solicit the patronage of ,
I prize recommended; best exhibit o: over after that date until successors company
S. Mann honorable men- are elected and qualify. upon its property and franchises, our neighbours of the Hay, Corn, Mapes Fertilizers.
, kumquats, A. ,
Sec. 2.-No person not a stockholderin upon such terms as it shall judge proper. EAST COAST.EDGAR CITY POINT, FLORIDA.
tion, no competition; best exhibit grow the company shall be chosen to fill Sec. 3.-It shall have power to fix and

ing evergreens, Bryan & Sumner, honorable any of the above offices. declare dividends upon the stock, and to HOUSE I HAVING BOUGHT THE INDIAN
mention.no competition; best bus he' Sec. 3.-The president shall performthe call for unpaid subscriptions as may be RIVER BAKERYWe
----- first duties usually devolving on that necessary. And to perform all other Close to Indian River Inlet.
Florida corn, C.M.Broughton, prize; will Keep on Hand
Every Day
office; shall make an annual report to acts and things required to properly con-
best dozen stalks Florida sugarcane, St. the stockholders of the affairs of the duct the business of the company. FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA. FRESH BREAD

Cloud Mills, first prize; best sheaf Florida company, and shall authenticate, with Sec. 4.-Books of account of the business Fish, Oysters and Game by the CAKES, PIES,.

rice, D. C. Andress, first prize; best dozen his signature, all documents required in of the company shall be kept at its :Millions. Boats, Wagons and Bug ETC. ALSO
first prize conducting the business of the company. office, and they shall be posted near as gies to take Tourists hunting oi
ears of corn, C.M. Broughton, ; Sec. 4.-The secretary shall keep a possible up to and including the last day Good Road from here to Bottlers of Sodawater GingerAle
P.
best exhibit Florida grapefruit, R. record of the stockholders' and direr of each month, and be open at all timesto fishing. ,
.f > Paddison, first prize. tors' meetings. Shall keep the books of the inspection of each stockholder. I the Gulf Coast.I and other Drinks.
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account of the company: prepare all ex ARTICLE Y.-Miscellaneous.Vacancies. have Lots and Houses to sell in.
SPECIAL DISPLAY. Vacancies in the board of ALL ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT
J hibits or financial statements and pub Edgar Town. Call or Address :
Mr. S. A. Adams," Secretary Stif;-Trop Xll lish the same as required by law; attendto directors may be filled by the board at ATTENTION.S. .

Exposition, JacltonvilU, Fla the collection and disbursement of any meeting after they occur. A. G. LAGOW, Proprietor.PIANOSORGANS. A. BELCHER & COMPANY,
) with Amendments.These by-laws be
The undersigned, your the funds of the company; attest may PROPRIETORS
DEAR SIB ,
inconsistent
the seal of the company all documents amended in any manner not
1 ". committee appointed to judge of the executed in its behalf; conduct the cor with the Articles of Associationt by TITUSVILLE FLA.
* relative merit of entries "for the most respondence of the company and act as unanimous vote of the board of direr "

1 artistically arranged display" by any its general business agent in its transactions tors. Provided, that if any director be nos.The invented improved by method us, is one of fastening of the most string important of Pi FOR SALE
: \' with the public; and perform all absent, his consent to the proposed improvements ever made making the instrument ,
county, also by any individual, "origi other duties appropriate to his office. amendment shall be effective if made in I more richly musical in tone.. more durable,and lest THE ELEGANT

: nality of design and arrangement considered Sec. 5.-It shall be the duty of the I writing and filed. !' liable Both to the get Mason out of&tune.Hamlin Organs and Pianos excel RESIDENCE

: ," beg to report that, in our opinion,, treasurer to keep all moneys and securi : These By-Laws adopted this, 9th day chiefly in that which is the chief excellence it AND GROVEOF
any musical instrument quality of tone. Othei
Brevard deserves the highest premiumfor ties of the company on deposit in a safe of April, A. D. 1800. things, though; important are much less so tim L. E. BARNES,
and responsible place, to be designatedby GEORGE M. BOBBINS. [Seal.] this. An instrument with unmusical tones cannot
county display in this department,, the board of directors. To receipt WALTER S. GRAHAM. fSeal.T be good. Illustrated catalogues of new styles, in. ROCK LEDGE, FLA.,
and Mr. C.,M. Thomas the first premiumfor !' for all moneys received to the secretary. DWIOIIT. TUTTLE. [Seal.] trodaced this season Bent free. Containing Seven and One-Third

individual display, the latter's entry To pay out moneys on the order of the WM. WOODWARD. [Seal.] MASON & HAMLINOrgan Acres of Land iron tine on Indian Riv r.

being a sponge coral and flower piece. board of directors. To issue and record OFFICERS. and Piano Co., Large, Roomy RESIDENCE elegantly -
transfers of stock certificates, and all President-George M. Robbins,Titus- Finished. Also a T.hree-Room
.; Respectfully yours, payments on the same upon the stubs vine, Fla.Secretary. BOSTON, NEW YORK, CHICAGO COTTAGE and Outbuildings. One of

t, JNO.G. CHRISTOPHER of the stock book. To keep upon said -Walter S. Graham, Titus W. MORTON, the most desirable places in Rock Ledge
A. H. MANVILLE, stubs a list of the names and addressesof ville, Fla. GEORGE hammock.

j. H. CROSBY, all stockholders, and furnish a copy Treasurer-Dwight W. Tuttle, New Civil Engineer & Notary Public,,, For price, terms, etc.,apply to
Committee. of them to the secretary,and to performall Haven,Conn. Albert A. Taylor, Cocoa, Fla.
:. other duties pertaining to his officeor MORTONHURST, HEATH, FLA.
required by the board of directors. The Indian River Country. Surveying and Leveling, Architectural
Brevard County received in prizes Sec. 6.Such officer of the companyas Third edition (revised) of the Brevard Drawing, Township and Section Maps. Drugs Dings Drags!

1905 which will be turned into the county shall be designated by the directors to County (Florida) Pamphlet for 1890 Deeds, Mortgages,etc. Blanks constantly
attorney for the company now ready.Description. on hand.
general
act
as
L funds to offset against the appropriationof shall, in addition to his other duties,, of Indian River country; A Fine Assortment of
flotOmadeby the County Commis-- attend to the making of all legal documents its climate, health and settlements; 76 Notice. DRUGS
tioners. .During the early weeks of the required in making loans, pur pages, with maps. Free to applicants One month after date hereof I will apply PATENT MEDICINES
competition for chasing and selling property, examine enclosing a two cent stamp.A. to the HonorableMinor S. Jones, County f
; Exposition there was no Brevard collect the debts due the company, L. HATCH, Judge of Brevard county,Florida,for leave SYRINGES.STATIOXERYFANCY, t
titles,
:' the best of citrus fruits, sell the following land in said county,,
display the and perform all other legal work as may 50-3mo( City Point, Fla. to ? & TOILET
being the only county exhibiting, so the directors. to-wit:
be required by ARTICLES
down from From tbe Land Flowers. Beginning on the east side of a public
the prize
managers scaled ARTICLE III.-Of Stock. Longwood, Fla., Oct. 29. 1889. road at the northeast corner of a tract ol Kept constantly on hand.
$1,000 to$760. Savannah, Ga. land now owned by Mrs.: Mary Young,I Physicians' Prescriptions carefully]
B. GIRARDEAU
Captain Paddison deserves especial See. 1.-The president and treasurer Mr. A. said point being 560 feet south of the north. compounded at all hours.

credit for the interest he took in Brevard, shall sign all certificates of stock, and DEAR SIR:-I have fully tested theJohnson's line of section 21, township 27 south, range J.. B. SCREVEN Druggist
Tonic ,
Chill and Fever ;
you
with of the
of secretary shall attest the same 37 east, and 1613 feet east quarter
because there were not the number the seal of the company. sent me and have to report 15 cases of section post on the north boundary of said I TITUSVILLE, FLA.
L eounty exhibits from other counties necessary the 2.-No stockholder shall transfer Chills and Remitting Fever that it has section (21) thence east variation 2 55
to make a close competition. Sec.stock until all claims of the com cured. Not one failure. With some east 440 feet on to J. O. and C.H. "NValton'i O. joTOR,
river any such stockholder, and all experience as to the demands of Georgia line, to Indian River, thence northward
Many visitors from the North: to our pany against in the southeastern feet thence south Hardware and
fruit made prior to said transfer have and Florida, and especially along the river shore 100 ;
this winter have said that'Brevard's calls and indorsed on the certificateSec. part of this State, I know of no S-to west 420 feet, thence south 10 east

display was the finest exhibit. at the. Ex been paid. 3.Stock may be transferred by remedial agent so worthy of general use: along the east side of said road 63 feet to
it is a, of containing 76-10C General ProduceMERCHANT.
position. the back of the certifi as yours. Whoever originated the point beginning,
...- assignment upon the restrictions containedin public benefactor. Yours truly, acres,more or less.
Many Persons catc,subject to the transferee S. F. GOVE, R. B. BCBCHFUX, .
thereof
boosenow 2 but
4 Are broken down from overwork Section Florida Baptist Country on County Surveyor
in .
***' Bitters shall not be entitled to membership Missionary l-6t.: Melbourne. Florid
Brown's Iron ftton.rem nI ex., corporation until the assignment is I Indian river and its vicinity. o April 23rd, 1880. wr
dl
nimlM*the fyitem.ald J the
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The hair is gathered into an irregular Compressed Air aa a Motiv- Pow Advice to Mothers.3frtWINsrow's .

4 NEW YORK FASHIONS curly bunch in front, which leaves the The use of compressed air as a motto used when children Soorxzxo8tatrshouldalw.ysbe are cutting1 teeth. It re-
temples exposed. For home and street liIYlltbeUU1eadereratonce;itpredncesnatoral, S. H. BAY
for tramways in France is exiending. -
nearly the fashion obtains power quiet sleep,and the little eherubawake.brich
same except, The system adopted is that in- as a button." It is very pleasant tatta. It ,
OUVE HARPER WRITES CHARMINGLY of course,in ornamentation. High Span- soothes the child,softens the gams allays.U pain
vented by M. Mekarski, the director of regulates the bowels and is the beat known reined y
OF TEA AND GO-ABOUT GOWNS.The ish combs are used then, or other fancy the Nantes tramways, which have been for diarrhoea, whether arising from teething or .
tortoise shell ornaments. other cause Twenty-fire cents a bottle. TITUSVILLE FLA.Gen'l .
since 1879. Two the ,
opened years ago
Flower necklaces and boas were worn
Tea Gown Most Now nayft a Demi- system was successfully applied on the
by nearly all the younger ladies. Theyare at Nogent, in the neighbor- THE MUSIC HOUSE OF FLORIDA. ,
train at ..** -Wraps for Sprta .Wear of forget-me-nots,violets,small roses, tramways
hood of Paris, and more recently on
An Pretty and Fetching white daisy chains. Natural flowers are
NEW YORK April 17.-Let no one worn wherever possible-a pretty fancy those; of Berne and Limoges. This yearit A. CAMPBELL Merchandise
im-I is to be substituted for horse power on
and
agine that the tea gown haa beets one peculiarly suited to the pretty
the of Lyons. The inventor
I young wearers. OLIVE HARPER.Thw tramways
list of feminine
gotten in the garments Jacksonville Fla.
asserts that his system is far more economical ,
for the season, for it is still prettier, if Coaipouud 3Iicrua+oupe.
than horse traction-the cost of STORE.y
possible, than ever: Statelinev goes In Germany and Holland learned men coal day of a machine equal to eightor Knabe Pianos. Weber Pianos, Haines

with tea gowns, as.well as that soft, lazy are preparing to celebrate the inventionof ten per horse being only four shil- Bros.! Pianos, Morris Pianos; Wilcox &

grace that finds all the pretty attitudeson the compound microscope, which occurred lings-much power cheaper than electricity or White Organs and Chicago Cottage
the comer sofas or the jackknife Organs.I .
in 1590 at the beautiful Dutch k
steam and that the machinery is
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chairs. Imagine a stately brunette in a city of Middelburg. The idea of the instrument simple power and does not require a skilled will Sell and Deliver at your nearest I propose to keep

s tea gown of golden plush, with iU long, was originated by a firm of mechanic to control it. station High GradePIANOS

graceful lines breaking into ripples of i spectacle makers of Middelburg, Hans The British consul at Nantes, in a recent A First-Class
sunshine aa the wearer moves. To that Jansen it is often Stock
Zansz or as given, report,states that "the tramways of
add facings of pale pink faille, and you and his son, Zacharias Zansz. It is not that town, which are worked by the system

have an ideal-gown that all will envy. known whether it was the father or the of M. Mekarski, alluded to above,

son who first thought of using double continue to give satisfaction. The cars -oFGROCERIES-

lens but probably it was the son. He are comfortable and run smoothly, with

made microscopes for several years of little noise. They do not interfere with OR

such excellence that they were not materially the general traffic in the streets,and their

improved upon until the present immunity from accidents is remarkable.The .

century. average speed is about eight miles ORGANSrOB
Every drop of water can be a micro- per hour; but it can be easily increasedor ,

scope. This we often perceive when by Moderated, and in case of need analmost
chance a drop has exactly under it some effected.1oticc
instantaneous stoppage
email object with which we are ac LESS MONET than any other house m the
j3 ( quainted. It is magnified by the liquid \ to Creditors, Legateesand United States!!. I \\ill ship a Piano or Organ to DRY GOODS
any honest man or woman on trial and if not
Ir lens, as it would be by one of crystal. Distributees. satisfactory, I will pay freight both ways. $25 ,
jA The most ancient civilizations possessed cash and $10 a month on a Piano, and$10 cash and
All persons having claims and de- $5 a month on an Organ till paid for-not much
the art of producing convex more tlan ordinary rent. On these very liberal NOTIONS
glasses with magnifying power, for they mands against the estate of Benjamin ;erms anyone can own a instrument. Send for ,
Lanehart deceased late of Dade FREE CATALOGUE containing full information.
county,
have been found in the ruins of their
aa creditors legatees or distributees, will Sheet Music.Strings,Violins Banjos, Guitars ACCO -
cities. Such glasses had, and still have, rdeon*, and in fact, every Musical Instrument
Hens': Ladies' &
take notice that their claims must be that is made,and at very low prices Send for com. Chlldrens'SaOES.
many important uses, but it was the presented within two years from date )lete Catalogues. I have 20.000 pieces of Choice
combination of two lenses which beganthe Unaic at 10 cents' er copy.
hereof will be barred and
or same ; persons
development of that marvelous instrument indebted to said estate will make A. B. Campbell, Jacksonville, Fla. 5 : :

of modern tunes,the compound payment to my agent, William M. Lane- .

microscope. hart, at Palm Beach, Fla. GEO. E. CHASE. A. O CHAPPELL.
Why should men celebrate the three ALSOCROCKERY
W. M. LAXEHART,
hundreth anniversary of such an inven- Executor of the last will and testa- GEO. E. CHASE & CO.,

tion? ment of Benjamin Lanehart. 50-8w GLASSWARE
The complete answer to this question i SHIP CHANDLERY, ,

GO-ABOUT AND TEA OOW:tL would fill an encyclopedia in many large NOTICE.

r The tea gown must have a train, or at volumes. Take, for example, the art of Notice is hereby given of the formation HARDWARE, HARDWARE

6 least a demi train, or it would lose its healing,which has made more real prog- ; of a corporation to be known as

dignity with its shorn length. The teago"Wn ress during the last century than it had "The Indian River Loan and Investment Patent Logs, Wire Rope Rifiini, AND

is one of the most fetching gowns made before from the beginning of time.It I Company." The general nature of the FISHING GEAR, SPRUCE LADDERS. '
there is. A delicate blonde could have a is indebted for this advance chiefly to business to be transacted is the loaning
Agent for Devoe & Co.'s Paints Tule
x sage green plush with pale pink bands the use of the microscope, which has revealed of money upon real estate security; and Life Preservers Tent; & Awning, Co. Ship Chandlery Goods
1 and revere and rival her brunette sister, eeeential facts as to the nature the purchase, improvement and sale of Patent Anchors., ; ,

or she could wear blue and there is noth- and causes of disease,and thus suggestedboth real property. The amount of the capi ,

ing to hinder those who cannot afford the means of avoiding and of cur- tal stock authorized will be $10,000, to BOAT GEAR OF ALL KINDS. These will be the main features of my

plash to look pretty b the same gown ing it. be divided into 100 shares of $100 each. Correspondence Solicited. Telephone business, but orders sent me for any

made up in cashmere or' one of the Botany, zoology, geology, chemistry, Subscribers to the stock will be requiredto 266. thing kept in any store in Titus-
cheaper grades goods. It is the pay in at least 20 per cent. of their ville will be promptly filled.
shape all are greatly indebted to this instru- JVos. 88 $ 90 E. St.
subscription the balance to be paid Bay
as ,
and that make its
style beauty, though ment, and the debt is increasing every
called for the Board of Directors. The
the richer the-material the by JACKSOXTILLE FL.4.30lyr .
truly surer hour. A pall of darkness would fall ,
the wearer feels of going to the good if microscope term of the corporation will commenceon : .
over the future of science the Will buy Fruits Eggs Chickens
or about the first Tuesday in May,
,
place when she dies. ,
stricken out of existence.
were :
A. D. 1890, and continue for the periodof E83 A RCAIlOSCS CmiT
This stands to reason,for then one does Montreal. Star. DEAF l'eck'. INVISIBLE TBIBUt\
20 The of indebtedness
not give lodgment to the sin of envy in years. highest amount t. CISXIOIS. Whtopera laird.:Con Or any Country Produce my customersor
or liability to which the corporation rtobf..a..wtriwa.r.aua.o.di..fbn.s.idbr.uatnr.
her heart and as noblesse oblige, so good Didn't Appreciate the Compliment.I shall at any time subject itself wy,au ledwaf,..w Itrtu Writ fur b..k.f yrMfr FEU. friends to market.I may. bring

clothes in a measure oblige one to live up overheard a remark by a lady a few shall not exceed 90 per cent. of the capital PARKER'S

to them. evenings since at a reception. The ladyin stock paid in. HAIR BALSAM

What pretty go-about gown are being question is in the neighborhood of 40, DWIGHT W. TUTTLE. Cleanses and beautifies the hair. ask for a share of the public patronage

made now for the young ladies who love still charming in face, figure and repar- GEORGE M. ROBBINS. It Promotes a luxuriant growth. and come as a supplicant, not a

to "go about" In a brisk, swinging style.A tee. A gentleman who had not seen her WALTER S. GRAHAM. Never Hair to Fails its Youthful to Restore Color.Gray dictator, asking for your favors.If .

new street dress for a young lady whois for twenty years approached and hesitatingly 50-41 WILLIAM P. WOOD\VARD. Prevents Dandmff. and hair falling courteous treatment,good
boa and tl 00 at Drrnnrtrta.
now balancing in her own mind asked: goods and low figures is
.
whether to go to Tuxedo, Lenox Newport "Is this Mrs. .&.?" Master's Sale. ..' CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH the candidate for
or the Yellowstone is of satin tacladies' "It is." PENNYROYAL PiLLS public favor,
'* Under and by virtue of a decree of foreclosure '.' lied Cross Diamond Urand.Tb then I'melected. '
cloth in aubergine, or egg plant "I knew you at once, tho gentleman ,
and sale rendered the of ,
by Judge 'eaiyrdl.bl put tor nle. 8fo a.astye. .
purple, which is indeed a very rich and answered. "I have not seen you for .Ladle.ask rczlt for the 1)1*.
Judicial
the Circuit Court of the Seventh
elegant tx>lor. It is laid in box and kilt twenty years,and you look just the same Circuit of Florida. sitting in Chancery at .ti' send wi\bbl..rlbboa.Takea..tken8od4e.Urmad.18 red m..alalebore..sr.e

plaiting and trimmed with old gold castle now as you did when a girL" Chambers for the county of Brevard, dated cmpll)fee Mrtiomlara dl..a and "Belief for Agent for Chattanooga Plow Co.,

braid and with buttons of the same dull "Gracious" replied the lady, "you the 24th day of March, A. D. 1890, in a cklaater Cke.leat C..,) fe *Pkl.da, a Chilled Plows and Sugar

color. The.vest front is of old gold surah. don't say so. What an old looking girlI l certain cause, wherein Harry Fisher is Cane Mills.

The hat to wear with this is of old gold must have been.-Truth. complainant and Andrew Gibson and THEGJLORYOFMANHow

colored Milan braid faced with velvet to Milie Gibson, represented by J. H. Rollins
match the dress and trimmed with lace Just Before He Kicked the Dog- as next friend are defendants, I will sell at s. H. B.ay.

in fan frills.A public outcry, in front of the Courthousedoor Lost! How Regained
at Titusville, Brevard county, Flori- ,
toque of the dress material, with old
da the first in A. D.
Monday May
on '
gold colored silk pompons, is with the 1890, the same being the 5th day of the =TH fNCf HERE WE ARK-AGAIN !IJ.
and intended
gown t:* be worn when month, during the legal hours of sale, for

traveling Next to dresses come the new f cash, to the highest bidder, the following-

spring wraps, of which the variety is described real estate, to-wit:
limitless. One of the newest fancies is Fifteen feet off the north end of lot three

to have shoulder cape of ostrich feath ((3)), block seven (7)), in the town of Titus-

ers-that is, the fluffy part stripped from ville, Brevard county, Florida, according KNOWTHYMTHE .
the stems and sewn on a strong net foun to the map and survey of said town made SCIENCE OF LIFEA W ROGERS & GO,

dation.At by J. Francis LeBaron, and now on recordin Scientific aDd Standard Popular Medical Treatise
the these weeks we have hada the Clerk's office of said county; said on the Errors of Yontht'rematnreDecline,Nervous
opera land being described by metes and boundsas and Physical Debility,Imparities of the Blood. Before an intelligent, appreciative and
chance
to see the very latest in fashion

able hairdressing, as so many of the ladies follows: discriminating public, present ourselTes
Commence at the northeast corner of said
I
went in full dress. The Duchess of lot three, and run west on dividing line between I and make our bow, announcing that we
Marlborough set the style with her pom- 1 lot one and lots two and three (2 & .
padour coiffure with tiara are candidates for their favors, good
a magnificent 3) for a distance of ninety-four (94) feet;

of jewels and her little tuft of pink Mr. Bart Miller (gunning down at thence run south a distance of fifteen (15)) Resulting from Folly Vice,Ignorance,Excesses or wishes and-cash.
f thels. The fancy now is to have the I Asheville)-You're the worst one I ever feet; thence turn an angle of ninety ((90) Overtaxation, Enervating and unfitting the victim

whole of the hair crimped in rather widewaves I shot overt! Why don't you go into the degrees and run east to Washington ave.; for Avoid Work unskilKal,Business,breteuders.the ilamedor Possess Social this Relation.great As blood is thicker than water, so is

and this brought back and upward bushes and hunt instead of dancing thence turn and run north, along said work. It contains wO pages,royal Sva Beautiful
where it terminates in loose avenue, for fifteen (15) feet to the point of binding,embossed,fall gilt. Price only $1.00 by cash bettr than credit. We propose to
large around me like that? Judge. mall postpaid,concealed in plain wrapper. Dlus-
twists, which reach from the top downto beginning.Also trative Prospectus Free,if vptt apply now. The get out of the old ruts and Sell our
all that lot of land in the town of distinguished anther,Wm. H. Parker, M.D., re
the neck, where it ends in short !
car 9. What Could John Dot
Titusville, county and state aforesaid, ac- ceivedthe GOLD AND JEWELLED MEDAL Goods at Rock Bottom Prices for hard
Flowers in wreaths and small fe eaihei John-Clara, rye got an important cording to the map of J. Francis LeBaron, from the National Medical. AMochuloa for
this PRIZE ESSAY NERVOUS u4
pompons,jewels and bows of ribbon$wall I question to ask you. aforesaid, described as follows: Commencing PHYSICAL DEBILITY.Dr.ParUrand OB acorps
used as decoration. Clara-I know what it is. You want at the southeast corner of lot numberone of Assistant Physicians may be consulted confidentially Cash.We

me to be your wife. I dreamed it. Well, ((1)), block number seven (7), thence THE PEABODY, by mail or MEDICAL in person, at INSTITUTE the office of, handle a first-class line ofcLotbi2ig.

1k take me. run west a distance of ninety-four(94)feet; N..4 BBlfinch,Boston,Qlass.,to whom all I
\ John (rather nonplused}-You dreamed thence north wenty (20) feet, thence east orders directed for abon.AGENTS books. or letters for advice aooold be

it? ninety-four (94) feet; thence south twenty : :
((20) feet to the point of beginning, said lot '
C.-Yes; I dreamed last night that All fran ,
ICU large
containing 1RSO square feet. n profits .. -
: von asked me what I am asking you, .
Also all those parcels of land Sample free. A
pieces or rare op-
and that took main and
you your arms situate, lying and being in the county of portunity. Geo. A. Scott, 842 B'way,X.Y. Both Ready-madJand to,Order. *
kissed after I said
me you- Brevard and State of Florida, to-wit: Lots .
What could John do-Boston Courier. forty-three (43)), forty-nine (49), fifty (50), AGENTS WANTED II ft jest and finest fab- OurGents' /

and fifty-one ((51), in the village of Joyner- TO SELL PIKLESS ffy 11 rice without pins. .
She Knew It. yule,being a part of the town of Titusville, CLOTHES-LINES; I\\J Clothes do not
) Bella That is Mr. Griggs who jusl according to a plat or map of Joynerville, no more cIothes- freeze to it and Furnishing DepartmentIs
passed. now on file in the Clerk's office of said pins needed. It PINS| cannot blow off.
Jennie-I know. county of Brevard. holds too heaT- It is a perfect
Hats from
B.-He is extremely homely, Isn't he I Also, lot number twelve ((12)) in block winter line. Sample line sent by mail for Complete. Nobby

J.-He is; but he is a man of most nineteen ((19), according to the survey of 50c., also 50ft. line by mail $ .address first-class bands, and Shoes to suit the
excellent taste.B.Indeed J. Francis LeBaron, of the town of Titus- For circulars, price list, terms, the
ville, said map being of record in theClerk's PINLESS CLOTHESLINE CO. most fastidious. Trunks, Valises and.
How do know?
J.-Ue once proposed you tome.-Boston office of Breyard county, Florida.As Ilermon St., Worcester, Mass. Hand Satchels, too low to quote..
much of the above land will be soldas

Courier. will be sufficient to satisfy the decree in MADE WITH BOILING WATER. For firm Cigars and Tobaccos we can-

said cause and costs. .
Mushroom colored ladies' cloth is very For further information, inspection of Epps's.GRATEFULCOMFO not be excelled in the county.

fashionable for capes which are pleated, maps, etc., as to above lands, apply to
or hell slightly full on a yoke with Robbins & Graham,or to the undersigned, We earnestly'ask'an inspection of our' .
1
pinked out edges. Some of them have J. P.TURNER,
elsewhere.J.
the T....e-s t: 'aly braided in brown vermicelli ,Special Master. Cocoa, Goods btfore.bU1ing .

'I braid. The greater part of these BOBBINS& GRAHAM,
Gate cape only reach to the waist line. Solicitors.for complainant. 50( MADE WITH BOILING WATER. TV. Rogers & Co.

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j t = THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY,, APR.. 24, 1890. 7


t. She Liked Them AIL TEIEJ
::
$ better t h*o TB.OPZOAL TR': 'N$ LINE.: "The Gladstone
eowlmatches
tba kind. JAIKSOXTILM, TAMPA & KEY WEST SYSTEM. THEBESlSPRlNG

: She (nearly 80)-I like all kinds of SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MARCH LAMP

r l joUches, whether Jbey are made in theparlor Going South. Read Down. 27, 1890-CENTRAL. STANDARD TIME. __ H the flnert lamp I*the world. MEDICINE-
not-Yankee Blade. STATIONS. Going North, Read Up. Itgiveas are,soft brillf.
or a t. ant w I btc.( a candle
;740pm 300pm J power.Parer and bnght iguvtiiiiIjJi
125pm 8 45am Leave Jacksonville Arrive 10 20amLeave 11 than ESS light softer thaa
t 855 425820am 300 59am 50pm 1 ::Opm
now Thankful We Should lie : 1010 Arrive Sl Augustine 8 45 10 (5 410 545 electric light-more
465
] cheerful than either.
4 : If furnace fires would not go out 1112 626 .. Palatka 1850 1355 : JL MarvclotM Hqltfrou
Bow thankful we should be. 1130 IS 4S a' Ormond 718 217 Ia
Dayton SeemgisBe1IevIn
would 700 200 tf
If hiving high not give gout
. ;. How thankful we should be. I 4 OOpm 1240pm 8 30am Leave A '"wonderful lamp71
Jacksonville fpm It is Indeed. Nnn-
Arrive <6 15pm
If messenger boys were only; quick 505 131 9 Sat Arrive Green i" needs
Cove trinunicj never
Spring Leave 5 24 11
39am S I 15
<605<
If all our kids were never side 2 20 1049 a Palatka .i smokes nor breakschlmneys.never"emelis
712 .- 425: 1045 420
If postage stamps we need not Ikk 845 3 432 9 II 5i" Seville ". 305 638 3 04 of the : How thankful we should be. 8 33 4 25 1 113 m"" DcLand a 810 150 lag no climbing of the TO
Orange City Junction flame of
I 910 149 8t28 157 annoyance
If taxes were not quite so steep 500 200"' Sanford ? 115 750 115 any kind ana can.I CUREANDTONEUP
5 07 144 not explode. And
How thankful we should be. 715 3 10" Enterprise ? 1 40 125 besides it give a dMtr.wblteligAt,10to THE GENERAL
If one could eo to bed and sleep, 1040am 620 Titusville "' 5 00 11 S6am) 30 AILMENTS OF THE
Tavare ? I 500 1130 times size A brilliancy
How thankful we should be. 1015 608 313"
Orlando 1140 635 1155 of as jr ordinary AOUM SYSTEM.TAKE&HLK1
If monthly bffla would not fall due 1140 650 3 SJ"! KisI'immf'e 10 50 loMpTlnisbedineltlerBrass.
50 11 tJ
It friends would. stick as well as glue, 9 05 5 O" Bartow 6 '.O 000 KickeU Gold or
l If half our plans we could get through 1000 '100"' Tampa II 730 8 ''O Antique Bronze. Also
,f; How thankful we should be. 6 30 Fort Meade .. 3 39 The Gladstone Extension Study Lampfor
. 925 a' Punta Gorda I' J2O Clergymen Editors, Students Teachers
If toothache was an unknown pets i I Professors Lawyers, Physicians and other
How thankful we should be. 220pm 10 80am'Leave Palatka Arrive TO 50am 420pm professional men. .
If drunken men would not raise Oaln 329 402 1135 Arrive" Interlachen Leave 9 65 3 29 The Gladstone Banquet Lamp
Y Bow thankful we should be. 425 1211pm 1235" Hawthorrio Rochelle a''I 918 2 n The Gladstone Piano Lamps.
If water pipes would never leak. 700 110 I. Gainesville II 855 230 Send for price list. Single lamps at tcholt-
1 40 145
If an the deaf and dumb could speak, 535: 117 II Orange Lake a' 74S 149! sale price,boxed and sent safely by express. a aPhyddans
If servant girls had much less cheek <600am How thankful we should be. 830 10 lOam 800 407 53S"II' .. 5 SO lie SHam $ l 10 (0 ? .Pemberton II. 9 ::0 340pm 720 71 Park Place, Kew T rk.
If fresh laid eggs were never stale 635 Brook ville 8 35 :3 00
Bow thankful we should be. 905 15 36" Eustia 12 55pm 910 .
If ships would weather every gale 915 Tavarf-s II 11 35am 755 BANK ROLL

How thankful we should be. Daily; t DailY except Sunday. Trains leaving Jacksonville 8:30a-m-and Palatka 4:20 p. m. are TOP s
If inkstands did not get upset daily between Jacksonville and Pa1atka. 1 ..
If money waa not hard to get INDIAN RIVER STEAMBOAT COMPANY. -
. If we could sometimes win a bet Rfn STEAMERS L5TCIE or ST. SEBASTIAN leans Titnsville t3:30 p. m. Tuesdays Thursdays and AND FIXTURES and prescribe endorse It wither P.P.***r.satlsfaction M a sptendid for eombtnattea.Ute GUM of
.,: How thankful: we should be. iyvirr-VIDg/, *npltfp next morning. RETURNING, loaves Jupiter Mondays, Wednesdays and ST0RE ail isms and tttnuoT Primary,toeoodsrv and T.rt1D -

tJ 1 -F. B. Welles In New York Tribune. STEAMER GEORIANA: leaves next Titu8ViU@morning.daily except Sunday at 3:0. leaves Rockled about 6:00, tH'gRBNT MTU CO; ,

arrives Melboure 11:30 p. m.. RETURNING leaves Melbourne 4:00 a. m., arrives Titusville 11:00 a. m. N ASrWttE TEN W*. PP. CUR"M
CONNECTIONS: At Jacksonville with diverging lints north and
; eat>t west At Orange City Junction
for Orange City New Smyrna and Lake Helen. At Jnpiterwith J. & L W. Ry. for Lake Worth. At San
A
lJ/HJ08nJ at the Paris Exposition. ford with O.B. Rr. for Oakland Tarpon Springs, Clearwater and Gulf Coast point, and with South FlorIda THE INTERNATIONAL TYPEWRITER o F u L
The Javaneee dancers Ry for Winter Pafk> Maitland, etcAt Tampa with Plant Steamship Line for Kej West, Havana and
were a troupe Mobile and
for
.i Manatee River
points At Punta Gorda with steamers for Key Wf'.t. Havana, Punta
of an altogether different character and Rassa, St James City and Fort Myers. Pullman Palace .
Buffet Sleeping] cars on through fast mail train STY Srptlil* Syphllltlo RbcvmiUsm.Serofalovs Clara
,, it is only just to credit the gout faisande daily between New York and Tampa without change. For information call on or address old and Chronic Sore*,Glandular Ulceru that BweJllnc ha.>,r.dat.d VbvomatUm.all trotmtmt.Malaria,

of the Parisians with preferring them to D. F.JACK, General Manager. G. D. ACKERLY Gen'l Passenger Agt.

r' the flagrant and turbulent contortions of JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. 0 G

.:. the GiJanas. They were neither noisy

nor a\x ndoned. The musio was slow .
.
r regular and savage only in timbre. It MALLORY'S NEW YORK-FLORIDA LINES.

tortured the nerves in an insidiousand --
Catarrh HelD busses&sema. Chronic f.mal Com:
unsuspected way only-like certain plulnu,XnrtnrUl Poison,Ttur.Bc ldti.id.*u,e ta.
I -- P.P.P.It*powerful tonic and an eiecll.nt ppltt-
forms t.f Chinese punishment, which at

1 i first sot:in wholly bea.mb1e.nd did not I I New York Philadelphia Boston & Florida. e .. y CUR E SRf1
: P.
assail them violently as did that of the 1 p p.

Spanish and Egyptian virtuosi. And to Sailing front FERNANDINA, Fla., Every THURSDAY.: UMA S M
its unphrased, unmodulated monotonythe } NEW YORK FRIDAY at 3 A strictly fir.-t--la"8 machine, (n;}'' '''T.tea and TI
Every
p. m. made from very best materials b} >J >r. f 'workmenand
dancers moved with trailing steps in -IRON STEAMERS with best toole\er devised tel t... purpose.WarrniUd .
elow-infinitely slow--curves, wreathingtheir to do all that can be rPlF(.' 'M+expected Cel',balldlag lip the system rapidly.
of taw very best typewriter extant. Capable of writ. Ladles whose syUems aiw potMMd and whose blood
arms, or rather their hands with Rio Grande, ng l-O words per minnte, ormore,according to the is In an Impnr*condition due to moi,,T the wrist as a pivot, in a sinuous sedateness Capt. Connor. ability of the operator. PRICE, $100.
> S Address, FAIUS1I M'FG. CO.,
quite impossible to characterize or CUR E SLARIA
Agents wanted. PARISH, N. Y. p.p
, ; describo. State of" Texas -- .
--------- -------
t ,
1 As they circled about the little stage, a Capl Williame.

,I solemn visaged youth in, perhaps, full x City of San Antonio .t ,Et6DiE$ fAVDRE M A
,
canonicals, surrounded by a group of
tie are enlUrly benefited 'be wonderful tnl sad
attendant girls they seemed to be per- Capt Wilder. IsTxE blood electing pmwrUM of 1. F.?,Prickly ash,Poke
Boot and PotaMiam.D .
forming a series of barn yard evolutions, I
Passengers from Titusville Indian River, and East Coast poi ts, arriving in Jacksonville from J.,T.I I
of cock encircled
as atlowly strutting by
& K. W. Railway, make connection with morning and afternoon trains for Fernandina and Steamers as P CUR"P'EPS
; his harem of hens. It was decorous to advertised. P ,
the point of solemnity and the sense of Passengers arriving Wednesday and Thursday evenings will be cared for at Ft'rnandina. ALIPPMAN

measure was certainly preserved to an Leave"New York. e STEAMERS Leave Fernan ina. s I

, almost measureless degree. The dancers }Friday April 4................_........: RIO GRANDE.Thursday, ArrlllO

were never carried beyond themselves Friday, 11,.........-...........STATE OF TEXAS,...............-Thursday, the

t by the entrain of the dance, but Friday, i, 18 ...........................RIO GRANDE,....................TlmrsHav., 24 WO DWORK AC41Me BROS.DRUGGISTS, Proprietors.WHOLKBAT.B .

1 visibly and agreeably controlled and very regulated Friday, 25:........................STATE OF TEXAS.Thursday, May 1 = Af tSCH lippman Block. SAVANNAH._ CA

their and In this For General Information apply to -- -
gestures poses. J. M. CUTLER, Gen. Pass. Agent, 77 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. CiO, 28 UNION SQUARE.NX .
.; sense the performance was clearly an O. III HUBBY Agent foot of Centre street, Fernandina, Fla. c ILL. ATLANTA.GA.. CAL ISO
. artistic Or to H.:B. HEltSEY. Indian Rtver Ticket Agent, Titnsville. Fla.; ST.LOUIS.MD. HOW?
; one. DAlLA5.TEX.FR01I .
& CO. General Pier 20 E. N. Y. rOR SALE BY
C. H. MALLORY : Agents R.,
Bat u Uw end of a half hour the ob- .Can the world know a man baa a food

t server who did not find it monotonous thing; unless he advertises the possession

must have been a determined seeker Clyde steamship CC>. ofit"'-VAKnmB........T.... """""-
after sensations. The elaborate but

.11 a limited and flexible sinuosity wrists of seemed the waving at last hands per New York, Charleston & Florida Lines.The IL *

fectly insipid, and, instead of being # tF

intentional, merely the reduction to a

:', factitious: appearance of order, of movements WRITE US

:,1 In reality haphazard and fortuitous i a

, by a slowing of the pace to suchan NEW YORK CITY. wherever you live and

extent that the sense of slowness disguised OMr. A. U. Hawkes-Pear Sir: Your PATENT a we will ship you a
EYE GLASSES received sometime since and am f
k I the lack of character in the de- very much gratified at the wonderful change thai a 1 fine instrument on 15
sign. After the Gitanas any exhibitionof has come over my eyesight since 1 have discarded I Days' Test Trial in
my old glasses and am now wearing yours.
decorum but before
was agreeable ALIX&KDKB AGAB. your own home.
long the emptiness of pure decorum Secretary Stationers'Board of Trade. .
All fitted at the Drntr Store of
made itself dismally perceived, and one 25 DIXON fc GRAY TITUSVILLE, FLA.
could not help thinking that the Parisian *
this Line to sail follows : *
amateurs who went into ecstasies over Magnificent Steamships of are appointed as

" the Javanese did not analyze their sensations (Standard Time.)

t, with sufficient assiduity.-\V. C. New York to Jacksonville. Jacksonville to New York. NO CASH REQUIRED

Brownell in Scribner. Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, Pier 29, E. River. Tuesdays, Thursdays, Sundays.

Monday, March 31, at 3 p m..CHEROKEE.Sunday, April! 6, at 5 a m Until you have tested and approvwL OUT freight

r Tb IJardert Worker; to Jama-ea Friday, April 4, at 3 p m.....YEMASSEE,_......Thursday, April 10, at 8 amam FINE SHOW CASES both style ways price if or instrument quality. fails Ours to the please risk in n citbtr only

Everywhere where the water ifl quiet Monday, April 7 at 3 p m......_SEMINOLE,......-Sunday, April 13, at 11 49Ask for catalogue. to give Lir and full test, and boy if folly pleased.

in bays and harbors,_one sees the man- Wednesday, April p. at 3 p m......_IROQUOIS,......_Tuesday, April 15, at 1 pm TERRY M'FG CO.,NASHVILLE,TEHN.
grove at ita silent, ceaseless work. The Friday, April 11, at 3 p m......DELAWARE,.....:Thursday, April 17, at 2 pm 40,000 Southern HomesSupplied a

parent trunk growing from a little pink Monday, April 14 at 3 p m ......CHEROKEE, ......Sunday, April 20, at. ama by us since 1870 on this TEST TRIAL
stem shoots into low shrub with Wednesday, April 16, at 3 p m...... YEMASSEE--.Tuesday, April 22, at b m ABBOTT'SHOW'S PLAN, first introduced in the South by us. Fair i
a
up Friday April 18, at 3 p m..... SEMINOLE,......Thursday, April :24, at 8 a m est method of sale possible and a great benefit to
clothed
wide spreading branches, perpetually Monday' April 21, at 3 p m..... IROQUOIS, .....Sunday, April 27::! at 10 amnoon those at a distance who cannot visit our ware-rooau

I with glossy green lea yes. From Wedziesd', April 23 at 3 p m......DELAWARE,......Tuesday, April 29, at 12 ALL RISK SAVEDBy

these brunches long slender roots drop Friday, April 25' at 3 p m..... CHEROKEE,......Thursday, May 1, at 2 p m

into the water beneath where, in the Monday, April 28, at 3 p m...... YEMASSEE, .....-Sunday May 4, at 4 amam trial plan and purchasers absolutely asured *-

s. muddy soil at the bottom they themselves Wednesday, April 30, at 3pm...... SEMINOLE, ......Tuesday, May 6, at 5 possible perfect cost.instruments Sclliar only at the the best very instrument lowest

.4 take root, and.tn turn become For Information Regarding Freight and Passage apply to a made,that will stand the moat severe and
trunks and trees. And everywhere un- comprehensive,we do nut fear to scad then out
J. A. LESLIE!, sopt, Jacksonville; T. O. EGER, Traffic Manager & Bowling Green New York; on trial: and let them stand solely on their merits.
der the snake like net work of roots
All ask
is
we the privilege of
Jacksonville. F. M. IRONMONGER. F. P. A..Jacksonville. shipping oa ap A
which rise out of.the muddy soil and in JOHN L.HOWARD F. F. A., proval. No auit.RO pay. Our freights if*.&!.

. the pulsing tangle and rustling.of branches Innumerable above life crabs is \VM P CLYDE & CO.. General line Agent,' 12l'Sow '1ork.: Wharres, Philadelphia, S. BowHNESHOWCAES YOUR FENCE ? EASY TO BUYFrom


L with long red legs and blackbodies pep- aAT Ba4 Wo t.avllhe CHEAPEST and Best us by correspondence. No matter whether
and crawlin i!= WOVEN WIRE FENCING you live either tea or a thousand miles from a*
; pered with white
spots,scurry
we all
s ship to Southern States. Our system is
and out upon the rank mud beneath Wire RopoSelvage.- perfect Prices in plain print and alike to alL

the arching roots,and droll hermit crabs .,., ILOWF.9T PRIcFY.c3- J Discounts One price oal from). makers No more prices., DO less.All competition Large

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draw themselves with a click into their met. Complete outfits free. All frc&bt.
' a burrowed looking sheila Also Wall and Prescription cases,Cedar paid. Easy installment. Every inducement that
houses-strange Chests, Barber Furniture,Jewelry Trays oa any fair dealing house can offer.
with long spines,carious ipinds,mottled Work of all kinds. Complete Outfits for Stores and .
with blue and gray and yellow. and Stools._ Cabinet Atee. Address ATLANTA SHOW CASE CO., Atlanta, Ga.. Write for Valuable Information.
In the days of the Spaniards vessels gukt.. Catalogue Catalogues, Circulars, Special'

i % used to sail up the Rio Cobra to Spanish Fall Offers-1889. Copy of new

Town; now it is well nigh choked with A. M. Hamilton & Co., PIONEER COOPERAGESyrup Paper-"Sharps and Flats"

the wash of centuries., To enter it you conrcHzs HIGH AT 60 czarsLawn. 1'D.&On.: ALL FREE. Address

P&as around a long spur of sand that TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA, Barrels 225. Garden Poultry and Stock Fencing.all
tees and wWthL Gates tom&@. PrIee.low."BoJ4
stretches farout into the bay, a roosting Wholesale Dealers Gauged to order, ten cents extra. v dealers. Prelrkt Paid. Send for circulars.u I UDDEN &
Pace from .*.tUKlWO'U win runt cou.: CHICABQ, LLUf. BATES
for sleepy pelicans resting ..a.-Au4l.s1 LLWI4 a.d E11E'1'E.Uy r.....

t elTfiahing"OldJoes"aetheWandersall them. The channel, barely deep Indian River Oysters, I Wheelwrighting C. O.and' B.Repairing. NOTICE L 'SOUTHERN MUSIC HOUSE

aough for the light canoes of the fisher-
Is hereby ,given that six months after
Jntti Is tortuous and further barrels and Oval Water Breakers SAVANNAH, CA.
and winding Honey the first publication of this notice I will

up along Hs'course is nearly roofed FISH from 92.00 up. present my final accounts and apply to :

'? In by overarching trees, and bordered: by Tanksand the County Judge of Dade;.County for MY SON
*' impenetrable thickets that now forever my final discharge as administrator of

k *!rot out the life that used to come and Green Turtle and Game all kinds of CoOPER WORK to order. i the estate of August Hare, late of Dade "Deal with the men who advertise. Yw

fio between the harbor and San Jago des County, Florida, deceased. will never lose by it."-BBJU Faunur.a .

> Vega.-"Jamaica, New and Old," by AU orders will receive prompt and careful attention T.: JOHNSON, HEDTBICH BARS.Administrator., Waits X. &B.S. M.H.aboot It. -a

r Howard J yle in Harper's Magazine, letter whether person.by telegraph 1,7 LaGrange, : : Florida. .

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8 THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, APR. 24, 1890. ..


MENTION. trate of potash. It is a dangerous substance T. D. GIBBENS,
MELBOURNE in the hands of a novice. It
Trunks Valises & Hand
NEWS OF THE PAST WEEK IN THAT should be applied sparingly, in solution, MANUFACTURERS' AGENT,
VICINITY and not oftener than once a week. Too a

strong a solution or too frequent application JACKSONVILLE, FLA.,

:Placed In Pointed Paragraph for the Itead- will kill almost any plant. Carries in Stock and Sells at Manufacturers -

er'.Perusal. Dr. and Mrs. Judd, accompanied by Prices, Bugs
1 Another blustering Sunday.
Irs. Morehouse, of Elyria, Ohio, starton .
Lard Canned Meats Flour
Wind east-northeast and a good, smart Wednesday of this week toward the ,

shower. North' stopping at DeLand, St. Augustine GRITS AND MEAL. 25 'or coat: Below "th.e :a.cgu.I.a.rs,
Messrs. H. Wattles and W. H. Gleason and other points of interest, so as to AT

were in town Saturday. make the change in climate more gradual. Correspondence Solicited.

Hr. Peter Gardiner, of Jacksonville Mrs. Morehouse has been a great suffererfor FOR SALE THE PEOPLES CASH BAZAAR

was in town last Thursday.The years from inflammatory rheumatism, ,

Coast Canal Cos steamer, Denny but thanks to our genial climate and NAPHTHA YACHT TARPON, Macbelh's\ Genuine "Pearl Top" Lamp Chimneys Be
laid here'over Friday night. bracing sea air she is greatly improved,

[r"'V. J. Webb,who spent the winter and is able to walk for some distance, 52 Feet Long; First-class Order, ALWAYS IN STOCK.
though on her arrival here she had to be
at the Goode House, caught with hook Now at Rockledjre. Also,
carried from place to place. Dr. Judd
and line nearly 300 pounds of bass and and his estimable wife have made many 2 -Foot Naphtha Launch GEORGE. ROBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM: ,
trout while here. Atty.-at-Law. Attjr.atLaw.DEA.LERS .
warm friends here, who are loth to see
Fee Nesbitt's steamer, Eleanor, conveyed them depart, and sincerely wish for their Now at Juno, Lake AVorth. Also ROBBING d-, GRAHAM: : :,

another party to Melbourne Beach return next fall. 21-Foot Naphtha Launch REAL ESTATE ,

.and the life-saving station, and on Friday ALL KINDS OF PROPERTY 1SOUUIIT, SOLD k EXCIIAXGED.

carried a party to Rockledge.Miss We would ask all interested on the All in First-Class Order. All will be Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Co., a
river to contribute something, if only I a
who has been the Sold Cheap for Cash.
Mary Blake,
1'. O. BOX 25O
mall sum, to the Regatta Fund. We are I ,
efficient housekeeper and manager of the ADDRESS
,
confident of success exceeding last year's TITUSVILLE, BREVARD CO., FLORIDA.We .
Carleton during the past season, returns
to her home at Sharon, Pa., Suuday. port, and if sustained hope to make thelayDay F. D. HUGHES, Buy and Sell all kinds, of Real Estate and are sole Agents for a large list o f
Regatta an attraction to draw JUPITER, FLA.Brevard carefully-selected Properties in all parts of Brevard County. F
Mr. C. H.Stewart is wielding the brush crowds of people from all parts of the RELIABLE Information furnished as to character, location and value of any Property
the front of the Stewart Block, improving on Indian River.
on
State. list of subscribers so far Co.
He is the Our facilities for the transaction of a general Real Estate busing are unequalled,
its greatly.
appearance comprises only those in this neiglborhood. and every effort will be made to give perfect satisfaction to intending Purchasers who
4 quite a success as an artist of the brush. We hope it is only necessary to may favor us with their patronage.

Dr..A. E. Lyman and family start this mention the matter to procure liberal STATE BANK No Properties listed unless the Title is Perfect.
attention Colonies and bodies of low-
Special given to Syndicates desiring large i
week on a trip to Jupiter. Com. J. F. I responses all along the river. Send all priced lands. Write for Descriptive Pamphlet.:

Bergin is to convey them on his boat. money to V. N. Lockwood, Melbourne. COCOA, FLORIDA.INCORPORATED .

We wish them a pleasant trip and no The contributors' names will be publishedin 1889. GEORGE. BOBBINS, President. WALTER S. GRAHAM. Secretary.
,
annoyances.Com. the STAR. The list so far is: Jacob Oar7trc3L Lfc>str; iot of Tltlo: ; Co.,

Bergin took a large party in his Wilder, $25; C. Hector, $25; LockwoodBros. Subscribed,CAPITAL$2,000utllorizetl: Incorporated A. D. 1889.C.IIT.L .

sloop to the station, where the party, ., $25; Fee & Nesbitt, $20; Joseph F. $100,000.ACCOUNTS .
STOCK, $5OOO ; FULLY PAID ; XOXASSESSABLE.Charges
eighteen in number,remained over night. Chase, $10; F. P. Hassler, $10; E. P.
SOLICITED for Abstracts as follows: $3.00 for Opening Number and 50c. for each ad-
We believe tbey did not turn any turtle Branch, $10; R. W. Andrews, $10; J. M. dditional
Transfer.
For viz.
continuing an Abstract the charges are the same, ,$3.00
or secure any eggs. Minor, $10; C. II. Stewart, $5; CharlesT. Money to Loan at Lowest Rates. for the first additional and 50c. for each succeeding transfer. ;

1' Capt. C. J. Hector went up the riveron McBride, $;); Mrs. Majrgie Johnson,$5; DIRECTORS: Taxes Paid for Son-U.esldellts.

Wednesday in the Flirt. He had a Miss Lena Johnson, $5; G. I. Metcalf$5; ALBERT TAYLOR, President. f r For a Small Fee we will relieve non-resident land owners of the worry and

boat load of groceries and provisions to J. II. Phillips, $5; Bessey Bros., $5; R. JAMES HOLMES, Vice-President. annoyance incident to the Payment of Taxes, and Insure them against loss by Tax
Eau Gallie I K. Carson, $3; A. E. Bogue, $2.50. We R. B. HOLMES, Cashier.J. Sale. 12
Tropic deliyer and to Brantley.Mrs. customers. at I believe some $20 more has been added, 31. Sanders J. F.! Wooten. Box 250, Titusville, Fla.

but have not the names.
James G. Bassett, of Malabar,we
INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK. .
are. told, is dangerously ill at Cocoa, Friday last the fire which has been GARDNER & SON

where ste is under Dr. Hughlett's treat- burning in the woods west of Eau Gallie
Titusville Florida.
ment for her ailment,heart disease. We and Melbourne, with the west wind pre- Cull Your Attention to their Fine, NEW
hear later that she is a very little better. vailing, swept toward the river, burningto Incorporated under Laws State of Florida. :

Rev. Dr. Henderson Judd was to deliver the extreme point on the south side of Authorized Capital, $100,000, STOCB:. O3F11 GrOODS,

his farewell,sermon at the Churchof Eau Gallie Creek, destroying the heavy Paid-up Capital, $25,000.A .
Sunday morning.The wind-break around Mr. John Aspinwall's Consisting of Dry Goods, Notions, TailorOIade Clothingfrom the largest
the Holy Trinity GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRAN
and most Celebrated Manufacturers in New York. An Elegantand
the leaves four
service was not held the storm preventing place, scorching on rows SACTED. Complete Line of Men's Furnishings. A Complete
the attendance of the congrega- of orange trees, and it is feared some of JAMES PRITCHARD, President,

them are killed. :Mr. Will Gleason was W. B. BARNETT, Vice-President, Assortment of Men's Ladies & Children's Shoes
tion. '''M. M. BROWN, Cashier. ,
on his way to Melbourne, but stopped to
t Lockwood Bros., we hear, have rented help in fighting the flames, leaving his Directors: James Pritchard, W. B. Barnett From the finest to good knockabout every-day goods, made by the best and most
the Idlewild cottage for the summer, to J. II Durkee, W. S. Graham, and .
celebrated factories in this
boat, as he supposed, in a safe place at country.
be occupied by the family of Mr. L. D. W. M. Brown.
the extreme point, but it had to be removed
Lockwood, while Mr. Van R. Lockwood Also a 11X3.0: Of TX-U.H.13CLJ3: Sa"tohe1.s,
to destruction. The fire Every favor consistent will Conservative
escape
expects to spend part of the summer, at jESto.; Elto.;
down to Mr. McFadden's
burned place
least, at Daytona, Bankin or tended, You are cordially invited to Call at our Store in the new Bank Building and
and then a sudden shift of wind drove it Inspect these Goods.
!Ir. E. D. Holdridge made a fine rifle Correspondents: Seaboard Xat'l Dankof
from the river again. An immense
away New York; Nat'l Bank of Jacksonville.
hot Saturday, killing a brown pelican
coach-whip snake was driven out by the
k; almost a quarter of a mile away. The fire and killed. He measured seven feet E. L. BR.AD"yGroceries ,

r wind was blowing strong, and his boat and four inches in length.; The inhabitants Grain Garden Seed Fertilizer

r: and the pelican were in motion, but he of Malabar had a hard struggle for HODGSON BROS Hay, ,

got in a dead center shot. two or three days to keep the fire from I call the attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of Staple andFancy

John Baird wan here last week,shaking their groves and wind-breaks. Mr. A. .

hands with the boys. Central America Bolton had a few trees singed and his Groceries Fruit and Food ProductsOf

Teems to have few charms for him. house had a close call. The people are General Merchants ,
all kinds. Also Stock of
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Chagres fever has made him thin andI very much incensed against the parties my

sallow as a Spaniard, but has not weakened who set the fires which came so near destroying -, Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal, Ground Food & Beat,
his powerful grip in the least. thousands of dollars' worth ol
Eau Gallie. Florida. I am the only House on Indian River dealing: exclusively in the above Line of
Captain McFadden has renewed his property, and if detected they will be Goods.: I buy-close, and will sell close.. I invite your correspondence-and solicit

generous offer of last year, giving the made to suffer. your patronage. Very truly,

: free use of his ways to boats that wish to INDIAN RIVER. E. L. BRADY.

,' haul out before the race, but they must FORT PIERCE.

show the treasurer's receipt for the entry GOLDSMITH BROS.
be entitled to the Weather dry and pleasant.Mr. .
to privilege.
money Steam or Sail Boats for Charter the "We are fairly well acquainted with the wants of our neighbors and having
{. Letters have been received indicatingthe .Tyler having great improvements by enjoyed a good patronage from the beginning, we solicit the good will of our
probability of a number of Halifax made on his store. friends in a continuance of the same. We shall always keep a full Stock of

and Lake Worth boats being entered Mr. Cobb made a flying trip to Titus- Day Week or Month. Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats Notions Etc. .
The probabilities are that a much larger ville last week. ,

r number will be entered than last year, Mrs. Reynolds departed for New Haven And especially invite our friends to look at our Bargains in this line. We
when of all classes entered have now in Stock a particular line of UNDERWEAR for Ladies, which is
twenty-one Conn., last week.
worth Seeing: and
r Last week we inadvertently omitted Mr. and Mrs. Bowen are now living in JACKSONVILLE MARBLE CO. Buying."T e only deal in .

the name of Mr. F. P. Hassler from the the Carlton cottage, near Can Town. IFMrst-Oletse: Goods,
Committee of Arrangements. Mr. H. jg in first-class and well
Mr. Steve Jennings will soon completehis Dealer. trMonument Bought manner, guarantee price as as quality.
very much interested in the success of GOLDSMITH BROS. TITUSYILLE FLA.
fine residence near Mr. James L.Bell's. ,
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the affair, and contributes well to the .

j fund, though we believe Jie has no boat C Headstone, Egyptian Queen, Ripley, Black &White Antigua &other fancy PIne Slips 4 SuckerS.
Rev. S. F. Gove is in town this week.
to enter. 53 Iron Fencing, Nunan's and'Hoffman's 1000. Order
Improved Seedling $4.00per early.
He will leave here to-morrow for Eau O 5 ,
The Committee of Arrangements for Gallie. i Z g Lawn Furniture Several Brands of FERTILIZERS specially: adapted {o our soil and climate.
the'May Day Regatta held their meetingat : M K Marble, INDIAN RIVER BRAND, manufactured by an old firm, the Davidge Fertilizer Co.
Stewart's Hall afternoon Mr. W. "'. Beecher has bought a fine .: Send for Circular. Also Bone Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, etc., and Mapea and
Saturday horse, and seems to be the proudest man :; A Granite, Slate, Fertilizers. A full line of Ornamental Fruit Trees. Send for catalogue.JOIN .
R V. N Lockwood was detailed to see about in town. p 0 Onyx. B. BEACH, Indian Riser Nurseries, Melbourne, Fla.
1 transportation of lumber, procure ice,
etc. The necessary supplies were directed Mr. II. Maine has purchased the lovely o Building Stone, A. PROS OHER
.f' ,
last little naphtha launch, Elsie, of Commo- : Wire Fencing, FOR SALE
to be purchased as year, an equal 3: Slate Mantels, TITUSVILLE,, FLQRIOL
amount from each store. dore Hughes. of metallic and wooden
supply :
Iron Mantels.Oratel.
Master Will Ely caught a two and a Our genial friend, Captain Haglin, The Bagger Grove Kim Gases and Gaskets.
half foot trout Friday with a No. 11 was in town last week, in command of ,

hook (next to the smallest size made) the sloop Mullet. Me rritt's Island, Indian River, Funerals attended if deldpd. All orders
promptly executed and at reasonable rate*.
and a fine line. He was fishing for Little Jimmie Darling has been quite r Adjoining Dr. Wittfeld'a on the South. Embalming done.

bream and left his pole set. On returning sick with yellow jaundice, but we are Consists of 400 Orange Trees, mostly

k ; he found a small bream hooked, glad to note his recovery.Mr. in bearing, besides Limes, Guavas. and ST. LUCIE HOUSE
11 which the trout had attempted swallow Bananas, and about 8 Acres of unclear ,
against the grain and drowned in the attempt Frank Everett has sold his fine ed Land. Opposite Indian River Inlet,
.: race horse,.Sam, From all appearances "-" '" Beautiful situation,overlooking the In. ST. LUCIE, FLOKIDA.

Dr. Fee's garden is looking finely; Frank misses him greatly. And aU kind olTillnr. Hearth. Wire Mats and dian For and terms Banana and River.other particulars Unrivalled Hunting, Fishing -
in fact Iron,
anything made of Wire or any kind of
r roses in full bloom, thanks to. the abundant Mr. Frank Bell and family moved to Stone. dress; Boating, Etc.

supply of water. We believe the Lemon View a few days ago where they style Send of for goods Catalogue you are, at in the need aame of.M time we have stating different the- Jr. TYittfeld Georgiana Fla.; First-Class Accommodations.'. Open

doctor uses a fertilizer that is remarkable will spend,the summer months. business Catalogue in the different,branches of our n Or, F. H. GOULD> 15 Roseville ave., ed.from January to Mar 3ht.

for producing vigorous growth, viz.: NI.: t T ,.Tt. 23 Lamp Street, JaekumTllle'Fla. Newark, N. J, JAMES PAINE, Proprietor.I .
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