The Florida star

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The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
S.W. Harmon
Creation Date:
February 7, 1889


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
28.591111 x -80.82


Situated on the banks of the Indian River, Titusville in Brevard County was settled in 1867 by a former Confederate officer, Henry Theodore Titus, and his wife, Mary Hopkins Titus. The town was incorporated in 1887, by which time it was already famous for its citrus and pineapple crops. The arrival of the Florida East Coast Railroad in 1892 laid the groundwork for a tourist industry as well. The Florida Star and later the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle provide a diary of these developments. The Florida Star was a weekly newspaper published by P.E. Wagner from 1880 to approximately 1882 and later by S.W. Harmon. On November 1, 1912, the newspaper moved from Titusville to Cocoa, Florida. The Florida Star ceased publication around 1917 and was succeeded in turn by the Indian River Star, which operated until 1920. Another Titusville paper, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle began on July 13, 1900, as a continuation of the Indian River Advocate and East Coast Chronicle; the latter had been preceded by both the East Coast Advocate, edited by W.S. Graham, and the Indian River Advocate. In 1920, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle merged with the Indian River Star and was subsequently published under the title of the Star Advocate.
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).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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yOL. IX. _TITUSVILLE, FLA., THURSDAY, FEB. 7, 1889. I NO. 42. \
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J- Cocoa. Miss Annie McQuaijr, of Melbourne Melbourne. the roses and shrubbery glistening with The Itinerant Prcacbcr. t \

Harrington, of New York, is visiting is visiting the wife of Mercier at .
Mr. Captain Beautiful weather at last-real Flor- : their icy pendants, many-colored in the COCOA, FLA., Feb. 1, '89.
t, at the home of Mr. A. A. Taylor: Cocoa. ida days. I rays of the rising sun, must have formeda Editor Florida Star:

)Ir. A. Hildreth, of Merritt, paid Cocoa Mr... II. J. Tiffin and Mr. W. Wilson Mrs. and- Miss Beach have rented the strange and never-to-be-forgotten sight, An item appeared in your paper of

i' a visit on Monday in his steam of Courtney, spent last Saturday and McFarland cottage for the season and one which may not be witnessed January 24, in the Cocoa items, which

;.. Uuneh, City of Columbus. Sunday with their friends at the Peck Mr. D. B. Grubb leaves this week fora again for many years. We had no frost, does,not, by any means, express the sen-

: Dr. S. B. Carpenter held morning and House. trip through Northern Florida and even, here. The wind, however, was cold, timent of the Cocoa people.

',1 sf tern 00 n services at St. Michael's Episcopal A :pleasant little dinner party took Georgia.The from the northwest. Robins appearedhere The item in question regarded the arrival -

church on Sunday last. place at the Hotel Indian River on Sun- I II for the first time this winter, on of an "itinerant preacher"-so

t On next Sunday afternoon services day. It was given by Mr. II J. Tiffin, under the colored able school supervision is again of Mrs.running 0. C. that morning.We called-which took place on the proceeding

;' 'Will be conducted at St. Michael's Epis- and those who were so fortunate as to be I Heasley.We had the pleasure; the other day of Saturday evening. After giving a

.copal church at 2:30 p. m., standard of the party were delightfully entertained I I examining the fine sloop-rigged yacht minute, not to say somewhat exaggerated;
'I I' l and found them see Will Black has left the Rock- description of the gentleman's ap'pear-
nu complete and Minnow, Captain F. M. Goodall owner
time.Hr. perfectly served. ledge,and Manucy, from the St. Johns, and master, which arrived here Sunday ance, your correspondent winds up by
{ G. D. Heller, of Westchester, 0., takes his place. '
s Mr. E. Stilinjr, the energetic managerof afternoon. She is one of the most com- saying, 'we hope he will return from
returned to his home after
.J'I las sit at the charming, home of a Mr.pleasant Laps the branch hardware store of George Dr. DuBose has made great improve- fortable and conveniently arranged ves- whence he came." Well)), the Cocoa people

Merritt.Jfr. H. Fernald at this place, intends to make ment on his place, clearing, grubbing, sels we have seen-is a beautiful model don't hope any such thing. They area

; ham, at his building conspicuous, for he is hav- planting, shrubs, trees and flowers. end neatly finished. The little craft is sociable, friendly people, and always

'; W. Beach and his father,\who arrived ing the word "Hardware" painted in Ocean avenue is being cleared as rap- one of the smallest to make an ocean voy- accord strangers a warm welcome, especially -

,' at Cocoa a few days ago, have gone great white letters, six feet in length, idly as possible. More hands are wanted age, being 32 feet in length, 8 feet beam those whose appearance and deportment -

over to the Banana River to visit their upon the dark red of his roof. immediately for clearing, grubbing, etc. and 5 feet depth of hold. The hull is of warrant it. The gentleman in

and to do some hunting and fishOg. highly polished oak and interior trim- question has conducted himself an or-
The little steam launch Gem, owned llr.V.. J. Nesbitt has been at work on
J J by :Mr. Charles Goodyear, has just hada his steamer until helms it in fine running mings of spruce. The upholstery is of derly manner, giving offense to none. He

4 Mrs. C. F. donkey's many friends willtibe new engine, of the Thomas Kane order. On'a trip to Micco and return crimson plush, an movable couches trimmed with obtained it, we are pleased to note, with
learn that she is in royal
| pleased to our make, put in her by Joiner & Booth, the good speed was attained.
:.' and mohair coverlets. The Minnow one of Indian River's most worthy young
midst again, having arrived from Appleton plush -
i I boat builders of Cocoa. She looks and Mr. R. S. Dickens went up on the i
men. He announced his intention of
' Wis, on Thursday last, though we sounds as if she meant business when her Rockledge1 Monday morning to meet his is provided with a nickel-plated ker-
fi i regret to state that she only intends renaming osene engine-a perfect gem of its kind- staying here when he first came. Your
steam is on, and no doubt :Mr. Goodyearand family at Titusville. We will be much
made for this boat the correspondent, so far,is the only one who
, a few weeks. (She is the guestof especially by .
I his family will find her "useful as pleased to have them again with us.
i Mrs C. W. Harrison.'' : Acme Safety Engine Company. The en- objected, and we wish to state most em-
well ornamental.
as Mrs and Miss Cummmings Mr. and welcome
gine consumes one gallon of oil per hour, phatically that he is here, and
1 The ,sloop, :Mattie ., took a pleasure The Sidewalk Committee hope to begin Mrs. Wheeler, Mr. Thompson, Mr. and and the boat has tankage for oil enoughto can stay just as long as he behaves him-

\' party for a few day trip to the Banana' work soon, but more money is nec- \Ir8. Whitney and M. J. Henry are already run her six hundred miles. The yacht self; and that, if he pursues his present

U f River last week, the arty consisting of essary before they feel safe in startingto domiciled at Melbourne Beach. was built at Portland, Me., for the pleasure harmless course: there are many here--

:;l )fr and Mrs. O S. Burkhojder] Mr. lay the walk. A second entertainment The Frost Line was at the Melbourneand purposes of its owner, Mr. E. M. nay, all-who will befriend him. '

II t Frash and Miss Jennie I Wallace had a is being "talked up," and by next Atlantic Railroad wharf on Satur- Goodall, who was on board, with Messrs.C. Perhaps your correspondent has never
.1: most enjoyable time find were quite successful week be able to give the date "
been land
we may day with lumber for a house for Mr. A. Bodwell, W. J. Bodwell and C. A. "a stranger in a strange ,
: in capturing fish and in shooting and programme. One day's work by Mr. Beaujean, to be built on his lot on Ocean Ricker as his guests. Mr. Goodall i is but lack of experience should not

.;: duck. I 1 J. C. Shaw was added last week to the avenue. President of the Sanford (Me.) Plush make us hold up to ridicule those less

a Mr. W. V. Rhodes, of Wcstchester, list of names of those who have promisedto : Mr. C. R. Gibson and family, of Sala- Mills, with which the other gentlemenare unfortunate, for, so far as any of us may

f Ohio, reached the.Ind ian River last week give work towards the laying of the manca, N. Y., who spent the season here also connected. The owner and his know, that "baggy old umbrella" may

\ and is the of I Mr.' at sidewalk. last winter also and Mrs. Webb friends and shelter one whose heart may be full of
t ; guest 1 Harry Eyer: Mr. are on a tour of enjoyment,
)'1 Merritt. We are sorry to learn that .r.' !, Last Friday morning, when that very have engaged rooms at the Goode House are evidently having it. The larder is good impulses that such thoughtless .

Rhodes will not remain here, as he intends heavy northwest wind vi8itedhe Indian for the season. well supplied with canned and other words may stifle, and the "ancient silk

..h. to locate at Sanford for the winter, River, it caused much trouble and som Dr. DuBose delivered another most elegant goods, the cooking appliances are modern hat" may cover a brain from whose

and there ply his art of taxidermy, in loss anion the boatmen. The sloop and practical sermon, and adminis- and complete, the arsenal well stocked depths "exhortations" may be .
Osceola bound for Titusville if heeded, might teach some mor-
: which he excels. was lying tered the Holy Communion last Sabbath. with breech loading and repeating shot
", at anchor off Jones' Point, with Capt. B. and rifles and fishing-tackle enoughto tals to be more charitable. It is well to
The Doctor's sermons are of the "Thou guns
Mr. G. W. Shallcross the and
genial bear in mind that "Honor and fame fromno
A. Circle and Mr. Will Spiers on board, aboard and
I" Art the Man" order. start a store. On going step-
$tiell known commission merchant from
condition rise." JUSTICE.
when the squall struck them and carriedoff ping into the cabin the first impresssonof
is =,- New York City, is on the Indian River, We received a pleasant call on Sunday .. .
.. the cock-pit'canvas, under which they most people would l be, "How small !
is **nd is busily engaged in visiting the from Captain Paddison, who was here on Our to
Correspondent's Reply
had been snugly sleeping. They decided How do all manage to sleep?" Butto .
I vegetable and fruit growers of this a business trip. We heard some whis- you "Justice." ITo
that it would be more comfortable and one who like the writer, has often x
section and in interviewing them of things "about to be" that we will
I upon pers '
safe hoist sail and the bay when the Editor the Florida Star
o cross camped out, sleeping under a bark canoe, of :
! # the all-important subject of the ship- notice more fully shortly.
f the cable rope broke and left'their anchor there seems plenty of room, even for a MB. EDITOR-In reply to an article
1 vent of the same. He i is quite enthusi- Messrs. Alexander and Ellis have returned -
| at the bottom of the rtver. The large man, and when Yankee ingenuityis from "Justice," which in this issue '
i jf:stir over the climate, soil, and capabilities with the Osprey from a trip appears
good sloop flew before the gale nobly, up applied to stowage, etc., wonderful results let me say that it is i but a fruitless
I of our Indian River country, and the Banana River. They had splendid
:. but there was too much sail for the quan- are obtained. The celebrated "bed attempt to "make capital" out of my
_ thinks it the of America.
"garden spot" success fishing and hunting, and leave
tity of wind; and a second and much by night, a chest of drawers by day" facetious little sketch of the so-called
: Mr. Shallcross has been in the fruit and
for the Narrows this week.
larger anchor was cast in order to reef was nothing compared with the multitu- "Itinerant Preacher!1" '

vegetable business 'sO' many years that the sails. Just as the work was com- Miss Allen's lots are being nicely dinous office!: required of.each and every "Justice" makes a great blow upon a

,his experience i is, of course, very large ; pleted and the anchor being hauled in, cleared and a Sedgewick wire fence is to article in this nicely furnished cabin. hollaw-sounding trumpet, and no doubt .

ana his confidence in the yielding pro- the captain still intending to make for be built around them. A large numberof The yacht was shipped to Norfolk, Va., expects the world to stand still and ap-

_. perties of our lovely land is most gratify Titusville, another fierce squall struck fruit and ornamental trees and shrubbery by rail, and then the water journey be- plaud ; but as we are neither vindictive .

ing. Mr. L. Caspar had Mr. Shallcross the sloop and parted the cable rope of have been planted thereon, and in a gan about six weeks ago. The route was nor easily put out of temper, we gladly

1 as a guest for a few days in his hospit- the second anchor, and the Osceola was year or two will be a perfect garden.We inside to Morehead City, thence outsideto acknowledge that the "Itinerant Preach-

J 1 4 able in'showing home at him Tropic the ,beautiful and took pleasure fields of left anchorless Then the painter of the received a flying call from our Wilmington, taking Barren Inlet and er" may be a most excellent person, and

dingey broke, but Captain Circle was not friend Wm. M. Dickens, Esq., who hav- Corncake en route. From Wilmington the in his way a useful citizen, and that our
I vegetables crowing so thriftily on :Merritt's going: to, let his useful little boat escape, ing resigned the position of purser on the course was to Smithville, Murrel's Inlet, mention of him .was not made with
Island which especially
seems and, after a lively chase, he captured Rockledge, was on his way to Jackson- Wingow Bay to Charleston. From malice orcontempt. In truth it was but

i ':' adapted for early vegetable growing. her, and under the jib, sailed home to ville, where he expects to engage in busi- Charleston inside to Fernandina; thence the expression of amusement naturally

I The Hotel Indian River, under theI Cocoa to await more ,propitious winds ness which we are not at liberty to divulge outside to St. Augustine ; thence insideto caused by his sudden and unusual style

able management of Mr. J. M. Lee, is increasing for sailing to Titusville. at present.Dr. Matanzas, then outside to MosquitoInlet of address. _

I in popularity each year, and although -New Shoes-all styles and all sizes- DuBose and family, Mrs. E. M. ; thence inside to Titusville. The If the'I. P." can reform Cocoa-and'

,the season has been a little slower bottom Campbell, Miss H. Allen and Messrs. gentlemen calculated before starting that, "Justice" seems to feel that there is needof
direct from the manufacturer, at
so far, owing to the mild weather north, Birnbaum's. Allen And Chas. Campbell took a trip on with everything favorable, they could such teaching-we shall be very glad
at J.
,., the ,tourists are beginning to come in the Lady Bedford last Saturday to, Eau reach Titusville February 1, and, though to see "Charity begin at home."

I pretty briskly. The following is a list 331ms. Gallie. The river was smooth, the weather they had some quite rough weather, did I The weak little jibes of "Justice" at
. ,. of some of the names we noticed while Last Saturday was hailed with delightand delightful and all enjoyed the excursionto reach it on :February 1, at 1 p. m. Mr. : us for our harmlessly-ment fling at the

1 looking over the hotel register-book a made by a social at the homeof the utmost. They had a fine poling Goodall and his friends, are very agreeable "baggy umbrella" are quite as amusingas

)t day or two ago: W. D. Hoke and wife, merry the breeze on their return. gentlemen, and are vei-y favorably they are unimportant. It is truly refreshing -
Mr. Roberts. Bean-bags were prin-
: r Louisville> Mitchell and wife with and climate. how "Justice"calls
Ky. ; C. impressed our country to see loudly
cipal feature of the evening. Old and We are much pleased to see our friend
Cin., Ohio; C. H. Rockwell and wife, They expect to remain on the river fiveor for Charity, and for our part"we shall always -
alike indulged in the amusementwith Capt. Mercier is in command of the Rock-
t Cin., Ohio; H. L. Bearse and wife, Boston young zest. ledge. While the patrons on the lower six weeks, and probably to take in try and preserve that spirit, whilewe

m ass. ; Mrs. Schunfllin, New York; great river are grieved to loose their favorite Lake Worth, Biscayne Bay and the Key, must explain in the words of the

t & 0. Caldwell and wife, Broctow, Mass.; Mims school house is to be the scene of captain, the river people are equally remaining until danger of cold is over, poet"Consistency, thou art a jewel."
the up
II t. J. B. Briggs and wife, Rushville, New our next revel, February 8 being well pleased at his advancement. We when the yacht will be shipped back' Did he mean a "ruby"?

e York; the Misses\ Annie, Bertie and Bes- time designated. 'Tis a contest in orthog- believe he has not a single enemy anywhere north, :Mr. Goodall having had enough COCOA CORRESPONDENT FOR STAR. -

a *te Briggs, Miss Annie Hallen,Rushville, raphy this time, and by way of variation, the river. outside work. Some idea of the extraordinary .
along -
New York ; H. B. Crook, Baltimore, music and rhetorical exercises. Everyone good luck that has attended Branlley. _

)Id.; H. B. Jersey, Signal Corps ; Ed- come and have a good time. No ad- Capt. A. Buie will be in command of them, is- the fact that the first and only ., Messrs. David Stewart, Black and W.G. j
and collection. the Cleo, which we are told, has been down in the .
mittance fee no Frink were Sunday iSuwanee.
grin -
M. Hills, N. Y. ; R. S. Pattison, break-down occurred eight miles northof

Is ::i Brooklyn] N. Y. ; D.-M. Edgerton, Kan-: On,Tuesday night, February 15, there chartered or bought to run the mail from Melbourne, when one of thegentlemen ,.
wife will be "Cob-web" Social at the domi Melbourne to Jupiter, the St. Lucie Mr. R. B. Stewart is adding a room to
and a
asCUyfMo. ; H. M. Norton accidentally dropped an orange on one ..
and We house You must have a.
carrying only freight. his packing
Chicago and Montreal cile f f Mr. Strahan. Each one is expected passengers it. These .
'Ii : Ill. ; A. Becker wife, > of the receiver pipes, breaking Uufus.
are pleased to hear that the St. Lucie good crop. i
iA.1 1 lJ Canada; E. C. Humbert and wife, to utilize whatever "spider" he pipes are what are known as onesixteenthpipe i
is will land freight or passengers at Goode'sdock Mr. J. A. Booth has just received a 1
: rooklyn, N. Y.; H. W. Gage, Cleve- may disentangle. A cordial invitation as well as the others. The failureto not larger than a lead-pencil, yet ton of fertilizer. He says he is going to
I bad, Ohio ; S. H. Kohn and wife,N. Y.; extended to all. they have stood the strain of the long and give those bananas a start. 1
such accommodations: heretofore .
2.P.. McQuaid, and T. M. Day, jr., Jack- A movement has been set on foot by procure has been detrimental to that pleas- rough voyage. The actual distance run Mr. Burchfield was down last week, .

l E, nville> ; C.. V., Barton, New York ; R. our enterprising citizens whereby Arbor was eleven hundred miles, and the actual surveying Mr. J. T. Simmon' lot. He ;

z,, Cook and wife, Gustavas Cook, Philadelphia Day is to be properly observed. This is ant hostelry.We time one hundred and eighty seven hours. also established a .line between Mr. Booth '1

Pa.; Rev. Ja*. D. Newlen, D. D., a move in the right direction, and all the Palatka News an account The Minnow left Titusville at 6:35 a. m. and Mr. Stewart. .,!

a .ft iladelphia, Pa ; Revs. J. N. Hound seem much interested. No doubt it will : of a most unique display at the Sunday morning and arrived at Melbourne We have a very interesting. Sunday

t **&J.: Stras, Va ; Mrs R P Paddison and be a day long to be remembered by all place of Col. H. L. Hart, on the morningof at 1:15 p-m., doing the last eight school here with Mr. J. H.. Owen as Superintendent -
and Mr. D. C. Fairweatheras
,r: k Miss Murphy, Titusville ; C W;Crasman who participate. Tuesday, January 29. spray from miles, ,under sail alone ,!ith almost no teacher of the Bible class.
t, *lfe, Dulust Maine ; Mrs AH Freeman, Elegant Umbrellas, Rubber Coats, icicles from three'toeight inches in lengthon least in her,time. Hamilton Mrs. Tuten county returned, accompanied last week by from her

t D!iss Q. Freeman,a W Freeman_ Orange:!; Rubber(Leggins and Rubber Hats at J.: the surrounding trees and sbrubb ry.1 I u. D'PSOBU. sister,.Miss Mattie Blount, whb will speed

t ;J; Sam Kraus,.J J: FritchdrickN Y; Birnbaum's.A Red, white and pink. roses and many 1 for some time with her friends and relatives.:
-In order to room my new
other flowers full bloom the velvet
tOf> W. H Peck, Miss Peck, }Ira Schaefer ,and elegant Trunks and Valises, whichare Mr. R. B. Stewart has a cow that has
Cocoa, and a host of' other names, full and complete line- of White Awn and the immense century plant, now on the way, direct from the.-man given three gallons of milk a ,day ever

::' .*aich pressure of space precludes our and Fancy Shirts, Hosiery, Neckwear. with a backgr.ound'.of palms and orange ufacturer's. I have marked down- those since the first of last November. How

y Publ aL//g. and Underwear at J. Birnbaum's.Ts -tree, laden with their,golden fruit, and on hand. J.; .BlRJfBAUM.r., Is that for a Florida cow? HABDT.
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; '* THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, FEB. 7, 1889. ... .
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.r L. 0.: OLIVER. F. T. BUDGE.
There are said to bo 900 non-Episcopal
\ ; ministers In, Ireland, including Congregationalists -

A And now comes a denial of tho report that Presbyterians, Baptists, Metho- OLI"VER &, B"tJ"DG-E
dists. AU address protesting: against tho
this 7
tho of Austria i3'('Owin to
exnprohs granting: of home rule to Ireland, signed by

country BW of these ministers, was recently presentedto Dealers inGEORGIA
It'Is said that Queen Victoria contemplated Lord Salisbury and Lord Hartington by a .

writing a volume of memoirs to be published deputation beaded by tho moderator of tho

coma time nest year.Margaret Irish Presbyterian assembly.Sold PINE LUMBER
Deland, who wrote "Johu Ward,

Preacher," is now about :SO: years old of me- Out. ,

Jium height and comely appeu".mce.The "Sold all your books of poems yet?" in-

Duchesso d'Uzes has just sold her interest quired Merritt. SHINGLES AND LATHS.
In the Veuve Cliquotfirm for .!:1X,00X! ( "Yes," replied Tubbs. "Sold the::! nil this

.'She is u granddaughter of the Veuve Cliquot. morning."

:' tired of in "To one of the news cempaniesf' =
Mine. Patti-Nicolini is living GrE1"JEE tAL :B.A.R.D-viT
Wales! and she intends to buy the castle of "No,to the junkman."--New York EveningSun. AR.E9

Chemonceaux, France, the property of the .

Wilson The Empress family. Frederick is collecting all the DAUGHTERS OF EVE. Sash Doors and Blinds i ; Stoves Tinware and Crockery

obituary notices of her husband. From pa- Mra Margaret J. Mitchell, of Cleveland ,

pers printed in Euglish she has received 0,000, has just celebrated her 100th birtbday

from Germany 8,000 end from Franco 7,000.: Mra Oliphant, the novelist, who is now GO' PAX TS ANrD OILS

Mrs John Clinch, of New Mexico, prac years old is a great favorite of Queen Wit> ,

tised with a revolver until she could hit a ::on:!.

dime at ten paces, and then locked herself in Ella Wheeler Wilcox is now described as a Refrigerators, Water Coolers, Ice Cream Freezers'

a closet while a one armed thief spent two small woman with a mouth like Anna Dick-

hours robbing'the house. inson's. Screen Wire Screen Windows
Miss Titiens, a niece of the famous singer! Miss Chamberlain, the American beauty, ,
has-gone from California to live in England is still the center of an admiring circle in FLORIDA.'s
permanently. She "is but 17, but she is tall I England.Mile. .

and stately," and decidedly pretty; and she Popelin, who passed the law examination POWDER AT NEW YORK
promises well to become a fine singer.
of the University of Brussels and received -
Virogna, the Mohaw:' princess, who is now her diploma was denied admission to TITTJSVILLE, -
.ia New York, says the American women the bar. "-
waste too much time on dress. She is particularly
Miss Davenport, an Irish lady, is the gov- TROPICAL AND SUB-TROPICAL FRUITS AND FLOWERs
the she
\ severe on "dog women, as
erness of the king of Spain. She gets $3,500 HERE
calls them, whom she saw "nursing dogs" in a Egyptian Queen Pine Slips.
a year salary and will have a life pension
Central Park.
when her task is done of $2,500. The skin of Julia Cisco, a middle agod INDIAN RIVER NTJKSERIES.
Miss Braddon, whose fifty novels have colored woman of Jersey City, has turned
Victoria Woodhull is said to havetakeu
been produced during her fifty years of life, her abode at Paris, where she has bought up a white.A Bone Meal, Tobacco Stems, Cotton-seed Meal, Cow Peas & Fertilizers.
is still as retiring and modest as she was
house for 2,000,000 francs, in which she hopesto Brooklyn fireman, who was buried under CATALOGUE MAILED FREE. TERMS CA II.
twenty years ago. She absolutely refuses to found institution for tho free educationof his
permit her portrait to be published, and does was a of f3.11ingvaU his landlady, says He that owed only her thought for two JOHN B. BEACH, Indian Hirer Nurseries, East Melbourne, Fla..
cot like to be lionized.
Mrs Reagan is her husband's private secretary weeks' board, and he was afraid she'd loss it.
Rose Elizabeth Cleveland will soon leave
and by virtue of that fact is entitled A glove shop in Paris has the following an- '
Holland Patent and take her abode in
up on all occasions to the privilege of the floor nouncement posted over the door: "Wanted, Clyde'sNewYork.Charleston&FloridaS.S.Line.
Washington, where she will probably spend
of the senate, a circumstance enjoyed by no small hands. Persons taking eight and a
the winter. Mrs. Cleveland has expressed a
other woman. quarter size had better not come to this
wish that her sister-in-law should be present
at the social ceremonies which will mark the The granddaughter of Abraham Lincoln, shop.? The Magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed to sail aa follows:

close of the administration. who will make her entrance into society this A single pair of herrings, if allowed to reproduce (Standard Time.)

winter, has a bright, girlish face in which undisturbed for twenty years, would
Baltimore women have inaugurated a there is no trace of the rugged features of not only supply the whole world with abundance From Jacksonville: to [New York.
home for working girls, and thus far the in-
her ancestor. of food but would become inconveniently I
stitution has been a marked success. It ac- great I SEMINOLE,........... .........................Thursday, January 3rd, 6:00:1.. r
commodates sixty boarders who Jane Hading almost had nervous prostration numerousWhile CHEROKEE II "lOth
t get an excellent ,. 11:00 JUD
in Kansas City. She was accosted by colored laborer was upheaving the
living for 1 2.50 a week. The "
only requirement IROQUOIS. 13tb 1.00 .
to that the one of the citizens: who spoke very good soil in the lot of J. R. Broadstreet of Talia- &
necessary admissioajs SEMINOLE,..Thursday l7 tb &UOa.D
applicant be of respectable character. French. With Parisian politeness he invited dega, Ala., be unearthed a silver spoon hav- CHEROKEE 20th,
her to buy a corner lot. ing on it the initials W. M. C., and the date, ,. ), fcOOxr.IROQUOIS .
By the will of the Rev. William Right, ,..Thursday IMtb 1003L
July 1SUO. The had laid there over ,
Victoria it is spoon
Queen now authoritativelystated
vicar of who left his ,
Harbury "
money to SEMINOLE:,. 27tb 1.40 .
I twenty-five years and was in good condition. .33F
has effected retrenchment in
found a female college, it was provided that really j i CHEROKEE 31t 5cWa.D
her household involving. a saving $150,000; While the schooner William D. Marvel was .Thursday: ,
t tho womeu-)hould get up early in the morning -
indulge in cold baths and hold "quarterly -I a year, of which, it is said, tho Prince of drifting toward tho shore in the late storm IROQUOIS,.Sunday, February 3rd, 7:00 .a

conversaziones," in which two-thirds of : Wales to have the benefit near the Delaware Breakwater, having lost ;

tho guests should be single gentlemen.A : I Kate Douglas Wiggins, the writer of chil- her anchors, the captain took his galley From: Fernandina to New York.

lady has been arrested in Atlanta, Go., dren's stories, avows that her highest concep- stove, filled it with coal and scrap, tied a DELAWARE,... ', January Gtb, S.-OOp.c
for wanting the inside of the sidewalk. She tion of fame is to write a book that she shallsee cable to it, flung it overboard,and by chance YEMASSEE. 13th, 340 p.JI:)

not only wants it but she gets it whenevershe tucked under a child's arm, and which secured a firm anchorage and saved the vessel DELAWARE,.\. 20th, GOO POD

goes out to walk. One man who refusedto looks to have been read three or four times. YEMASSEE. i tb, 3.-OOp.=::>:
yield to her demand had his whiskers A man in London, who owned two cats, DELEWARE "Febru3f3m ;ifJ)
Princess Maria Theresa, of Bavaria, is accompanied ,.;. : pun
pulled and his hat knocked off, and countless in all her travels by a chamberlain desired to get rid of them by drowning: them. I
Ho placed them in a bag, in company with a .
scores of men have been pushed into the whose duty it is to look after her pet For Jacksonville.Cherokee .

ditch. Tho lady says she will have tho in- acimals, of which there are fourteen, includ- brickbat, and dropped them into deep water. (via Charleston), Friday,Jan. 4tb, 3 p. m I Iroqnoiiivi Cbare: tcti). Friday .Iae. IK).3 R 2 i
side track if she has to fight for it until she ing several dogs, two magpies, an enormousrat Three months after one of the cats returned Iroquois (direct), Tuesday January 5th, 3 p. m | tennuole (direct) 2LtEday, Jncaiy :z&3p.s
dies. and diminutive bear. home, looking wretched. The bag must Seminole (via Charleston),Friday, Jan. HUi. 3p.m I CLerctie (via Charleston), j-r-dar. :it*. J,.D
a have burst almost as soon as it was put in the Cherokee (direct), Tuesday, January J5tb, 3 p. m I[ Ir.-qtcis ( Philadelphia has a large training school for water.A \
colored teachers,and at its head is Miss FannyJ. For FernandinaDelaware
Chinaman was discharged from the Los
Coffin one of the most notable colored women
is said that one person in seven in France Angeles national bank and another one in- (Charleston),Tuesday, Jan. 1st noon |Yematsee, "' .. 0& : 4F9 Jr.D
follows either in the country. She is a graduate of Yemassee, .. .. 8tb, 3 I Delaware *. .. ltl 2 I,
art as a professional or dille- stalled in his place. The former employelaid I p. m I : r.D
the Rhode Island State Normal school and Delaware "i
15th, 3 p. m |
tante. for his successor in front of tho bank I

... The exhibition of old masters at Burlington Oberlin college, and has taught since 186:). with a horsewhip. John No. 2 was fore- For Information Regarding Freight and Passage, apply toJ. I

house, London, will this year bo particularly The pope's jubilee gift to the empress of warned and brought a whip with him, and a A. LESLIE. Agent, Jackscnville; T. G. EOHl: True llititir :I:'' Bicttway, S.. Ii-S; -. "
devoted to the works of Rembrandt Austria was the only one which her majesty duel resulted, the like of which has never be- STEAD. AReut. Feiuandica. ..
would accept It was a large, splendid mosaic fore been seen. JOHN HOWARD Gen. Florida Traveling and Frtifitt Agen, tJ&ckttDTillr. F.SL iL03rI6U
Montreal revels iu a loan collection of G. F. P. A., Jackbonville.W3I.:; .
pictures at its art gallery. It consists of representing the Virgin and Child sur- Maggie Wilson, of Cincinnati, who died P. .CLYDE & Co.. Gen'l Agent, IS Broadway New York. _
rounded by flowers. The mosaic is five feet
paintings by modern Dutch, Flemish and there a short time since, left a clause in her -
in height and it has taken several years to -
hIt is will
German artists. will which read as follows: my
complete it. It has cost upward of 6000. that tho two china dogs now in my room GREEN AND DRIED FRUITS,

monument There is to a be movement erected to in Christopher England for Mar-a The Princess: of Wales' boudoir in her Lon- be separately put in a box with glass fronts, PORTER & POTTER

don house is an octagon room, furnished in alight both alike, dud one placed on my dear hus
lowe. and Foreign ami Domestic.
have been
Canterbury Cambridge I
and delicate style. The walls are plain, band's grave at Spring Grove, and the otheron
of sites.
t spoken as except here and there where plaster casts my grave, and all to be paid for out of
London has an exhibition of mezzotints.It give them artistic severity. They are hung the money I leave."
includes nearly al! the one plates made in with hand painted silk panels. The doors Selser Jiro Gomp'yAgents
The case of M. Chauffat, a Frenchman, is "
the half century which commenced with 1770, are of satin wood and mahogany and cameo attracting medical attention in London. On Real Estate Dealer,
the time when mezzotint was at its best; panels.
one occasion last year he slept continuously
The total sales of pictures at the Glasgow Mile. Dumas is the president of an association for thirteen days and a tho latest for Bishop, Hoyt & Co's Ham-

exhibition, Scotland, amounted to $30,000,or of Protestant ladies who visit system- advices from England, he was lying asleepat mock Land Florida Oranges,
about the same .amount as are sold annually atically tho women's prison of St. Lazare, in the Alexandra palace, having fallen Into a Citra Florid t Lake Worth, Dade Co., 113l Ei
in New York at an Academy exhibition. Paris. Some idea of Mile. Dumas' devotionin sort of trance six days before. 'ills appearance ,

The invention of oil painting is generally this good work may be gathered from tho is generally normal, but at tines his ,,
attributed to John Van Eyck, a Flemish circumstance that when she was 82 years of limbs are set in uncommon rigidity. No

painter, who lived at the beginning of the age (she is now 9G) she learned Spanish, that respiration is perceptible, and there is a con-

Fifteenth century. Previous to that time she might speak words of comfort to a young stant twitching of his eyehds. COMMISSION MERCHANDISE' KAY &
Andalusian who did understand French. IJltY.lL"I
: not
colors were mixed with water, gun or war. There is almost as much pathos as humorin I
Van Eyck confided his secret to Antony, of The young women who attend tho .new the following story of aa Albany, Ore., ar
Messina, who went from Flanders to Venice college ia Baltimore ought to become robust boy of tender years: Shortly after his Ar'tesin.nVVou.: .

where ho practiced the new method, which. and well developed, for the facilities offered mother's death he, with his father, visited

was speedily adopted by other painters. for physical training are said to be superiorto her grave, being carried there by a hors Special Attention Given Florida Fruits. A.s D t

Tho result of tho excavations made by those offered by any other woman's collegein which his father had recently bought The k

crchax>logist3 at and near Mycenoj, Greece, tho world. The gymnasium is a three- father standing apart from the grave, was
the pact season, have been highly satisfactory. story structure, covering 4,003 square feet nawrally la a contemplative trams of mind, 28 X. Delaware ve.-and 2 Water St. IRRIGATION CORTRiClOBS

Fifteen prehistoric tombs were opened, and a It has large swimming pool, bowling alley and the boy, being unable to stand tho oppressive
largo number valuable relics of a pre- walking track, bath rooms and considerable silence any longer,lifted his childish

-Homeric ago discovered. Among them are apparatus designed especially for women. voice and said: ":..13, we vo got a new horse." Philadelphia, Pa. Solicit ('orres1on4eeee.

stones with inscriptions, the so called "inland

gems," copper \ and a variety of other RING GOSSIP.A References-Seventh Xat'l. Bank; Pro- 1ELUICID1... ;,'
Tho TITl'S\'ILL)
objects ia ivory, gold and glass. The whole Premature Skater. duce Xat'l. Bank; Mercantile Agenciesor :, 3> ::;
collection is to be deposited in the museum atAthens. Now the skcter premature Produce House :..
serpent ring has coil after coil of gold, Whom the frost bound ponds any Philadelphia.
with a diamond head and gleaming emerald allure A I). 3IcXEIL, )l. D., t';
Dons tho steel again. ,
RELIGIOUS GLEANINGS.The eyes. See how swift he glides and slick! 'er'viees tiJ t1c
Solitaires have lately been the rage, and What:. a crash A plank! there, Offers his professional ?
convention of tho Hungarian Reform mademoiselle turned up her aristocratic nose: quick'Saved people of Titusrille and !8m.1II > I

church has voted to establish celibacy for the unless she could have one of that kind. -bat stiff as any stlc!". Pianos & Organs I country. 3Iedcineandb"urs rirrracfJt*

clergy. First of all in beauty and cost comes the Trot him up the Lana I iu all of its branches. ;:
Burlington Free Picsi.Xothins Grand \!*1rI
All calls left for at
Oco hundred years ago there were 34,00-;: ruby; this is the most expensive of all the nic E
000 Protestants in the world. Now there are gems, not even excepting the diamond, andit Hotel will be attended to l'rorort'y-' 1
but I'uro Milt. :
l:. ,OOOlOO.: is on3 of tha most beautiful of all the If want to I
stones. Servant girl (from the country ilister; I you purchase a _
Two hundred and forty-five thousand six: find i this milk! of
never any cream J yours. I
hundred dollars has been appropriated for A quaint ring, that looked as though! it Milkman (highly plei."Cd-So, young woman Piano or Organ, write to the undersigned Oak Lawn House J

church extension during the coming year Ly might have been an heirloom, is a squarecluster I never adulterate: my milk with any !
the Methodist Episcopal church. with a largo emerald set with dia- thin .-Chicago Tribune or give, him a call.

The total receipts of the rniSsb:: 'fiery. mond sparks each corner adding to: the Can sell you any of tho in- Lake Worth, Dade <:oUI1I.fJ%..

of tho Christian (Disciple) d;:: to square Co rtshlp's IIours.: .

year recently cloud aro 502,7;:. :.' ..? is The emerald is coming into favor again, Though colds before us, struments of tho best and lead- .New House and Newly Fur.kW.
ia increase of C17.437.S4 over tee present and: its deep velvety green is seen as tho large And tho song bird's chorus Rooms single or m t-&utu-

year. center stone in a cluster ring, or set like the Is heard no more la the leafless grove. ing makers at prices that defy

English foreign missicn societies report ruby above mentioned with a guardingstone And the sunsbhie coy is, NEAR THE INLET.
The tfcrlits ,
are joyous
of diamond on either side. competition.
lSCl stations stations male
4.S5S out 2K3 When we sit with our girl near the parlor stove. -
missionaries, 403 female, 1S,2:3 native help Next to the ruby comes the sapphire, that Boston Courier."*

'ersommuni :1ts, 7.S13: atldeJ lasSyear deep azure blue stone so: brilliant by day but Best View of Lake and Ocean,

and C4C19/J'Jl: iacoiaa.Her. so dull at night, as though it had gone to Cosily Explained.
Pianos and>1 Organs sold on lie Installment
F.V.. Damon, missionary in tho sleep with the going down of the sun; yet Old Lady (to grocer's boy)-What makes : grcasifc
S Sandwich Islands is to the there is no stone with which the diamond the them stiff And best Hunting and,Fishing
obliged preach price on potatoes so boylGrocer's I
shows to better advantage than with! the plan 1 when desired Disconntto Lake W orth.
gospel in five languages in order to reach tbo Boy-It's because there's so much 1 on

people. These are Chinese: Japancsa. Portuguese sapphire. starch in 'em mum.

Gilbert Islacd find H:.w:1i1nt. Everybody knows th3 marquise, the long Cinrcles on Organs. Fine Lawn shaded by monster Oak
pointed oval that reaches from knuckle to At the Theatre. Grov/thbotb t
There in Cunuab 502
are. present Baptist All correspondence will receive and Tropical
churches, wits !..$,&> communicants: and knuckle, ,made from clusters _ot 'sparklin? Tie maid I admired Ia the summer by the sea. prompt and Cultivated.Try .
about 70,000 ndhcr ut3. 'In 404 schools thero gems. Sometimes the center a sapphire ,In a seven story hat sits novr In front of me, :, attention. Wild z.
,and the small diamonds are clustered But I do not admire her half as much in that I and you will come sg
cro 13,000: pupils, and during tho :yecr there : E. JB.' WAGER us once
about it;'sometimes it is, a ruby, again it is a As I did by the sea In her Tam o.tilionu-r: bat, Proprietor-
Xaitb bare been 9,124 baptisms upon a profession: of cameo. -BostUICUrkr i TltU i'rIIIe, Florida.I'I'i ALLEN E. HEYSEB, -


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::at S" ..l. __ THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY., FEB 7 1889. '. _.-' '
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,NATURE'S SWEET RESTORER. Stilton cheese and ship biscuit is the latest I with skirt of another sort: ,'tEougu Fess splen lt TICE. 3LALABAE CIGAR FACTORY.
gastronomical did than the same combination
caprice of the worn for full
pr.Johnson;lad to fight continually against of local Anglomaniacs. army dress.A All persons concerned take notice that II. C.\ Stare, Proprietor.

Any one, even of depraved taste, must notice single large chrysanthemum is the choice wc, the undersigned and their associates,
The elder Descrosilles slept but two hours the great difference in the quality of oils for the ushers boutonniere at day wedding, intend to apply to the Legislature of Manufacturer of fine Havana and'Domestic

ja the twenty-four. in which sardines are packed. while for evening florists furnish large and Floridh,. at their next general session, Cigars. Trade supplied with fine

Jeremy Taylor slept but three hours dur- There ought to be a law of six months and fearful agglomerations of maidenhair and for the passage of an Act for the following hand made goods. Orders promptly filled.

jog the twenty-four. nino days for the man at table d'hote who white blossoms of many kinds that give their purpose: Factory Malabar, Fla. 28

4 Ne wton's mind was impaired by the privation undertakes conversation with his mouth full. festive wearers much the appearance of especially 1st. To declare them a body corporate,

of sleep in his old age. Pies such "mother coachmen. under the F. GRAY.
; as used to make" are name of the "Banana Creek S

Thompson, the author of the "Seasons," rarely met with nowadays, probably because Lily stalk green is the newest new shade of Improvement, Canal and Transit Comp -

-jjssodan undue proportion of his time in the modern mother don't know how to make ,that superlatively fashionable color of which =}nr."
. pie. it is as well to know that the dark tones, ivy, -Watch Maker and Jeweller.Shop .

bed.There is no better soporific than plenty of I Some of the daintiest and most palatable more box, nettle appropriate, olive to and cloth mignonette, are held Creek For dredging a charter and removing to open obstruc-Banana John M. Dixon Drug Store,TUnsville, Fla
myrtle and
,.outdoor exercise, carried oven, in extremo desserts of Iho hour are founded on fruits, ald to velvet and millinery emer- tions to navigation, and make the same ALL WORK WARRANTED.mSPAPER .
' of wakefulness, to a sense of fatigue. and float about on a sea of whipped cream
y cars and wine. the light and pale shades to crape gauze, net, thereby navigable by steamboats, and to
Thomas Brown found it a most efI'ectsoporific laces and light stuffs generally. dig a canal or inlet from said Banana NAUM. .N'/S:
/oal to repeat some verses on which Creek into
':' / CUROUS: THINGS OF LIFE. Here is a bill of underwear over which Mosquito Lagoon, thereby
well known Evening Hymn" is founded. any ,
tho sell respecting ball gown is warranted to set supplying said creek with salt water and SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY

I Poor littlo factory children have fallen John Connerton, of Louisville Ky has a well Skin tight shirt of knit silk, low cut thereby actually draining and reclaiming

.n.;,. .asleep from sheer weariness, aud yet contiutjei mule which chews tobacco.A satin corset with princess cover of silk or much land now overflowed and value THE IOXEERGEXC'.
: to move their hands and fingers as if nt lawn to whose lower is less. The said to receive
Spanish paper announces that a Spanish edge attached deep corporation For terms and sample copies addressCIIAS.H.NAUMAN
"work. scant flounce of silk flannel therefor the alternate sections of
mapmaker has proved the world to be fiat. richly embroid- public

I Rabelais tells us of somo monks who, when A single gold dollar can be made into a ered or lace hemmed, and over that a single lands on either side of the routes made ,

traiefal, resolutely set themselva to prayer, I sheet that will carpet two rooms lt V/ feet skirt of surah gathered to a deep blndoor navigable by them for six miles, and, Haulover P. O. Brevard
j.A who, before they had concluded half 0.I square.A single linen cambric.A also, -the submerged lands !so actually county,
;'M ayes or paternosters, fell asleep. I drained and
/ now use for the omnipresent braiding is reclaimed by them in town-
Swiss has invented musical box which
a 885 Solid Gold
.' haps ono reason why the most gifted introduces the human voice and ako the trill to put it on the black watered ribbon that ships 21 and 22 in Brevard county, Florida -I Sold for 31OO.until
I. have been afflicted by wakefulness is and also Beet $SS watch la la*WAtCk.FRHH
I f of birds. trims bright felt bats. It is sewed on in the exclusive right to operate Perfect thacfceepcr.
I,. ., bodily exercise is too often neglected by wavy patterns that run athwart the water-- barges and steamboats in the watersso I Mated. Heavy 811 ooidLlUauar
devoted to intellectual pursuits. They are going back to the old fashion of ins and is accounted end made .I f G.e. Hoik lad1l
people no stylish, as is the navigable by them, including V "n i Ia'aiaU..i&lIworu
selling grains and vegetables by weight instead vermicelli brocade with the the I ,:...- utl CUM of q A) .
ri;. [>ir Walter Scott has told us bow tho North of in figure gone over right to charge toll therein and also 'r "i lie I P on ia tack Uttltif -
'::' American Indians, when at tho stake of tor- j measure Philadelphia. in braid of another color, after which the the exclusive right to fish for profit and v ua Meat a free,

r x faire,slept on the least intermission of agony I Among the students at Princeton college is stuff makes panels, waistcoats and so on, for plant oysters in said Banana: Creek and I table tnarfther line with of our Houaehold UIT and"!-
.i .[until the fire was applied to waken them. one 72 years old. Ho is studying for the mi*, gowns of plain silk in the same hue. the head of Banana River, when so Sample a* tko. ntH Wlk MaipU. w. aid. aswiil

, .' intellectual istry, and expects to graduate this term. salted them. .* Free aad after you k...kept
effort such by
strong ,
Any as an them IB your hm for 9: noathi and bowa them I* tk..
f{'I .exciting game of chess just before retiring to I A cow broke Into a Brooklyn oyster deal- HAVING BOUGHT THE INDIAN ROBERT MORROW, who may bar'tiled,they become your owa property. Tbwho :;
writ at once rat b* fur of receiriac the W t
i.' jest, will keep the circulation in the brain at er's establishment and devoured eight quartsof S. H. RAY, and Sample \Ve pay all expreM. mllfbt.. Add..*
tf ; ocb an unnatural tension that sleep is Im- raw oysters before she was discovered. RIVER BAKERYWe J. M. Drxox, tiUnson Co., flex 12.J."orUaa.a.Kala..

:" ; possible. The Baxter family of Norwich, Conn., R. F. GRAY,
Soldiers have slept during a march, as in found a valuable diamond ring stowed awayin will Keep un Hand Every Day F. B. SACKETT, sewlncruAeohln.FRHH

.f' ':' l.the case of those retreating with Sir John the interior of their thanksgiving turkey.A 41-GO days. MAX J. HOECK. .i: I

from Corunna while I California farmer that aad rood*where tae people ran e.a
.Moore ; others, again, believing cats FRESH BREAD CAKES PIES them U we will wad free to oat
.i;:: Lave slept sound with the roar of artillery will exterminate squirrels and gophers, purchased ia tack locatiijub very

z: t .around them. a large number and set them at lib- MASTER'S SALE. tbe i bess world aewiaf-aiacknie witk all the auaeko viade euts iai .

:' A cause of sleeplessness which is how- erty on his land. ETC. ALSO 1, W.wu of alao Mad free covpleMme
oar cad) aad valaabto an
and virtue of
X by
too little recognized is of A Chicago in trying to refer to "the a issuingout ample Ia return we ask that yoa
trot erer thotaking paper, how what send
of the Circuit Court of the Seventh Ju- l we to tkoe who
{ 1 .stimulating drinks, and in this, on effort of late lamented," gets it: "The Late lieutenant Bottlers of Sodawater may rail at your borne.and after 3
GingerAle dicial Circuit of Florida, in and for Bre. ; month*all thill become ,oar cwaiproperry.
h'.1 the will to forsake tho habit is all that is.necessary ," and what makes it worse i, fact Thia rrmnd machine t*
yard county, in a certain cause therein depending 'madeartar the filnger .
;.;;:-l in the way of a cure.Horace that it was a woman. pateata..which
wherein James A. Carlisle is hare rat OBI>before patents
.j in his satires, recommended the William Solomon, an Ohio tourist, fell and other Drinks. ,and Stephen Ellis and Sarah Ellis complainant -, + ;e-._ ma oath told, tad for 893.BOW Mil with th far.

f'. jwimming of the Tiber three times through a skylight in a Kearuy street. Sane eat,mat''''
{ as a his wife, are respondents, I will, as Masterin f HIE FRE S.tlrluDftIt. the world. An..
\ means of procuring deep repose; and thr Francisco, lodging house. A fragment of Chancery, sell, at public to the required. Plain,
' ALL ORDERS outcry, brief infraction(-Thoe who writ to a*at one can s.. I
science of the present day, with all its array glass caught him in the right'eyo and gougedthe RECEIVE PROMPT highest and best bidder for cash, on Monday cur tree the bent ecwinir.aiachia ia the world sad th.
flnect line of work*of hirh art ever*howa tocethefia Aanerie .
i of facts has little better advice to member out. *
give. ATTENTION. the 4th day of March, A. D. 1SS9 (the TRUE ds CO.. .Box. .Ancuat.JkfjUne
y' Franklin took his air bath; Sir John Sin- Gum chewers should take warning from same being the first Monday in said month),

)" ,clair counted; while Sir John Rennio, when the fate of a Newton, Conn., girl, aged 1C. S. A. BELCHER & COMPANY between the legal hours of sale; in front of V. L. Hatch & Son
y ,engaged on public works never went to sleep A piece of gum slipped down her throat, and, the Court-house door in the town of Titus- ,
i : '1'f tbout previously having his hair combedat lodging at the entrance to the stomach PROPRIETOR.TITUSVILLE .-; ville, Florida, the following described real DEALERS INDRI

J': the back of his head with a fine toot h caused a fatal ulceration. estate, to-wit : All that piece, parcel or

).... comb and rubbed gently with the palm of An Iowa well digger who was imprisonedfor FLA. portion of land situate, lying and being in GOODS NOTIONS

>' the hand. five days in a well says he did not suffer the county of Brevard and State of Florida, ,

. ;,' Lord Hailea, when composing his "Annals much for food or .drink, but ho was much 40 described as follows, to-wit: The south-

f.' ot resorted vexed that ho did not think to novel in west of the south-west of
; Scotland/ constantly to a wheelchair put a quarter quarter section Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery,
1.: bo kept in his study, that ho might bo his pocket when he left home that morning.A That Hacking Cough can be quickly cured byShiloh" fourteen(14)),township twenty-one (11)), Stationery Family Medicines -

1'k driven rapidly about by u servant, to dispel citizen of New Ulm, Minn., owns a horse Gray, Titusville Cure. ,We Fla.guarantee it. Sold by Dixon & south of range thirty-four ((34) east, con- Garden, Suds

l" his disposition to slumber, and in church which ho considers on unerring weather taining forty ((40)) acres, more or less, according ,

c,". could only knep himself awake during the prophet. lie can always tell when a stormis Will YOU Buffer "'ith8pep8ia and Liver Com- to Government survey, together
r;, sermon by crunching sweetmeats. coming by watching the animal's eyes, plaint? Sliiloh'n Vitalizer is guaranteed to cure with all and singular the tenements, here- : CHOICE GROCERIES,
There which from color to dark you. Sold by Dixon & Gray. TitnsviUe, Fla. ditaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging -
are some people who can sleep or change a very light
I wake at wilL Napoleon Bonaparte was an blue twenty-four hours before a change in Sleepless nightJi: made miserable by that terrible or in anywise appertaining. Hay, Corn, Mapes Fertilizers.

t,5 example as was also Quin, tho actor: and the weather. couuh. Shiloh'fl Cure is the remedy for yon. Sold Terms cash. Purchaser pays for title. CITY POINT FLORIDA.
J by Dixon & Gru!. Titusville Fla. Dated this hth day of Jan. A. D. 1889. ,
another occurred in ,
i whowalked
; Capt. Barclay, A colored nurse girl of McRae, Ga., playfully
;:. 1,000 miles in 1,000 consecutive hours put a baby in a bureau drawer to Catarrh cured, health and good breath secured, WALTER GRAHAM, \.
l:: dozing regularly off to sleep when ho had I amuse it. The child, of course, screamed, by Shilob's Catarrh Remedy Price 50 cents. Na Master in Chancery, Brevard Co., 1 Fla. :
sal iujectcr free Sold by Dixon: k Gray, Titn*ville, 41-5t. PHILADELPHIA SINGERWARRANTED
: his mile and >
: \ completed: waking in time to renew and everybody became so excited that the Fla

" : his walking. baby nearly smothered before anybody could
ifi The sufferer who has wooed sleep in vain regain sufficient presence of mind to opens For lame back side or chest use Shiloh'a Porous .
: is, according to a Mr. Gardner, to lie on Li the drawer. Plaster. Price 155 cents. Sold by Dixon & Gray. NOTICE OF INCORPORATION.We LOW HIGH

f?! s Tight side, with his head comfortably placed There was too little water in the baptismal Titnsville, Fla. the undersigned, have this first day ARM rwt ARM,

;1 on the pillow, having the neck straight, so pool of colored Baptist church in Kirk- Shiloh's Cough and Consumption Cure is sold of January,A. D. 18S9, associated; ourselves, $20 8
' lhat by us on a guarantee. It cures consumption.
not be
respiration may impeded. The rub 0, Ala., and when the sexton started the Dixop k Gray Tmisville FU. as a body corporate, under chapter' "1639"of f-
- lips are theu to be closed slightly and a rather fire it bl W up. The church was full of'people the Laws of Florida approved August8th

f', full inspiration taken, breathing through the and the pastor had to be taken off the Shiloh's Vitahzer is what you.need for constipation. A. I)., 18G8,and the amendments thereto :
nostrils as much as possible. The full inspi- loss of appetite, dizziness and all symptomsof under the
whither he thrown-with of the ;
rafters ladder "In-
was a corporate name ;
Price iG and 75 cents bottle.
ration taken the be per
lungs are to left to theirown
" but no one was hurt Sold by Dixon & Gray Titnsville, Fla. dian River Orange Growers Association."
",'. action. Attention must now be fixed The principal place of the said association
A freight train on the Southern Pacificrailroad ,
upon the respiration. The person must imagine Croup Whooping Cough and Bronchitis imme-
tJ or shall be at Point Urc-
that he sees the breatL passing from lately ran into a herd of cattle, diately relieved by Shiloh's Cure. Sold by Dixon company City Y
his nostrils in a continuous stream and at striking a yearling calf, which jumped atone & Gray, Titusville, Fla. vard County, Florida. The general na- .w. ct M
ture, and main object of the business to be
the instant mind bound on the pilot of the locomotive. It
bo his
brings to conceivethis
down and rode transacted by the said corporation to be
laid quietly for nine miles. ,
from all other ideas consciousness
r leaves apart him least the I' As the train approached Tucson the signal NOTICE.LAND to advance the general interest of the
-or, at so says recipe-
;t and he fills asleep.DRAWING. whistle aroused it and it jumped from the OFFICE AT GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, orange growers of Indian River, Florida, 11]

pilot and scampered across the range. Dec. 29th, 1888. become members ot the said association,

,,1 ROOM GOSSIP. The Detroit Journal shoulders this statement by corporation, concert and union of ac-
Notice is hereby given that the following- tion insure
: "A Grand Rapids family named good handling, rapid shipments'transit Yr '
named settler has filed notice of his inten- of their R
products, and a fair and Ya
Easels nowadays are a very elaborate and Smith use a combination bedstead, which -
tion to make final proof in of his market ..
support highest price obtainable. The ;
expensive article of ornamental furniture. serves for an upright piano,desk and side-
claim. and that said proof will be made be- adoption of a corporate trade mark, and S t
board during the day and a couch at night. O
Tinted visiting cards, which have been introduced fore in his absence the clerk Cir- exclusive
Judge or of
Tho other morning Mr. Smith got first use the same by the membersof
4 ought to be relegated to the hired and had scarcely donned his clothcs'when up he cuit Court at Titusville, Fla., on March the association, the protection of its DAYS' TRIALIN

.Girl. beard a click, and looking around saw the Gth, 18S9. viz : Robert Ranson, of Can- members, in the use of the same, by the YOUR OWN HOUSE BEFORE YOU PAY ONE CENT.
, Reception chairs are so elegant and sump furniture had closed with airs Smith inside. averal, Fla., II. E. 17496, for the lots 1, 2 prosecution at law of all infringements, High-Ana Machine has self setting needle

;,l tuous that nobody ever dares sit down on Ho opened the combustion quickly,but Mrs. and 4 section 29. township 23 south, range and counterfeiting of the same, and unau- Aeibthretadlugthnttle' is nol.ele and
llght rnnnin ,has the
C3 cne.I : finest: set otnttaehmerits *
Smith was badly used up by the accident." 38 east. thorized and illegal use of the same, and in a velvet-lined ease. Don't pay
, '. Music stands that contain a musical box He names the following witnesses to prove the concentration of the shipments and agents $s or 60. but send for circular. Remember,

are among imported articles in the furniture his continuous residence upon and cultiva- consignments, of the products of its mem- we guarantee our machine equal to any highpricedmachine

a line WOMAN'S WEAR. tion of, !said land viz : bers, into the hands ot as few agents, commission on tbe market. Address ,
Tbe C. A. WOOD
Russian brie-a-brac in gilt, bronze and silver Arthur Franklin, of Canaveral. Fla. merchants, and houses in the dif- CO.,
Where used shirt 17 N. 10th St..
panels are on a they must Philadelphia Pa.
is very handsome and attractive this Frank Klien, of Canaveral, Fla, Frank ferent cities, towns, markets and places as
bo either in if f
narrow shape or oplaitings
gore ; ,
season. Wilson, of Canaveral Fla., C. P. Honeywell possible, and to obtain the bet shipping
not stiffly as was so long
Statuettes this season aro in endless variety of Canaveral, Fla. tacilities, and the lowest rates of transpor- NOTICE.
the style, but left fly apart at each motion
'+} and there is considerable originality iibjecta n of the wearer.Fans 37 S. C. TUCKER, Register. tation possible, and obtainable.The LAND OFFICE AT GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA.

amount of the capital stock of the Dec. 15th, 1888.
1 In smoking jackets the tendency seems toke are larger than ever, and those of peacock ........Xotlcc. corporation shall be fixed at two thousand Xotice is hereby given that the following-

k to make the wearer look as much likes feathers and of gathered gauze!, caught five hundred dollars, to be divided into named settler has filed notice of her inten-

tool as possible in a puff at the top of each stick by a tiny Land Office at Gainesville, Florida. twenty-five shares, of one hundred dol- tion to make final proof in support of her

It is a mistake to suppose that the antique bow,are among the newest and most admired Jan. 5th, 1889! lars each, ten per cent. of which shall be claim, and that said proof will be made

hall chairs are intended exclusively for "old styles especially for evening use. Notice is hereby given that the follow paid in on the organization of the compan before clerk of the Circuit Court, at Titus-

fcmfly servants." Something new in furs is the sealskin pelerine ing-named settler has filed notice of his or association and the remainder as the ville., Fla., on Feruary 16, 1880, viz:Mrs.

She who has not got a braided jacket osome f square and short at back, with its fringeof intention to make final proof in support of directors may require, but no more shall S. ,\ Fish, of Georgians, Fla., D.S.2141

kind is behind the procession, and must tails just reaching to the waist, and square his claim, and that said: proof will be made be required, than ten per centum per an- for the lots 1 and 2, section 21), and w. $

needs procure one at onco if she would and so long in front as to come near to the before Judge or in his absence, the clerk of num, unless so authorized, at a meeting of of s. w. quarter, of section 20, township 93

catch up. knee, and give the effect of a stole. Circuit Court, at Titusville, Fla., on March the stockholders, and ordered and directed :south, range 37 east.

Many and aged swells, to whom theBfcU Cream white red and gold, with fawn russet 4th 18S9 viz:Alexander Forester of Titus- to be done, by the Board of Directors. lIe names the following witnesses to
young ville. Fla. H. E. 10249! for the lot 1 The of his continuous residence and
.* of powder would be a terrifying ,olive, brown and green, are the admired sec- commencement corporation prove upon
r novelty, now affect the army cape that iRom a combinations of the season for cloth gowns. tion 1, township 20 south, range 3-3 east. shall be this the first day of January, A. D. cultivation of, said land, viz:

by militarY officers. Yet there ore many who cling to the mixture lie names the following witnesses to 1889, and it shall continue in existence for R. B. Burcnfiel, of Georgians, Fla.,

Asido of green in .till shades with the dull pink prove his continuous residence upon and fifty "ears. The officers of the association Joseph Bruner, of Georgians, Fla., Wm.
from any affection of the eyes, lorgnettes known as old rose. cultivation of, said land viz : or company shall be a President, Vice- Owen, of Georgiana, Fla., Albert Carter,

, -for are quito the fashionably correct thing Brack Revels, George Hunt, Andrew President, a Secretary and a Treasurer, anda I 5eorgiana, Fla
&fc women' of Mayfair to use in public, and I The knots of perfumed velvet violets now Jackson and Buttler Capbell, all of Haul- Board of nine Directors, of which Board 37 S. C. TUCKER, Register.
claimed for them that they are graceful accepted as the proper fastening for the boa over, Florida. the officers shall be members. Such offi-
and stylish. In the hands of some,of course, at its crossing may be made to keep their '
I 39 C. shall
S. be
TUCKER cers elected the
Register. first
, **fcy are a temptation to bo rude and impoin scent all winter by putting them away in a ,on Wednesdayof NOTICE.
and in the month of annually
in the matter of the "frozen stare." small box with powdered orris root folded in December, LAND OFFICE AT GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA.
tissue in the bottom. XOTICE. at the annual meeting of the Stock- a
holders,except, and after the first electionof Dec. 15th, 1888..
GASTRONOMICAL TIDBITS.It The Carmelite dressing gown, which is to STATE OF FLORIDA, officers. Notice is hereby given that the following-

It is be had in peach color, russet, gray, old blue DADE COCXTT. / The highest amount of indebtedness named settler has filed notice of his inten-
be that
: said of the best cooks they
I and old rose flannels has monk's hood, a which the association shall incur shall make final in of his
are known by their and sauces. To all and singular, the relations representatives not tion to proof support
knotted cord and loose
Sups girdle of heavy monk'ssleeves and next of kin to Robert exceed the sum of one thousand five hun- claim, and that said proof will be made be-
Ho who ventures to eat beefsteak pie inrango a which, as well as the hood and loose dred dollars.
of the Circuit Court Titusville
Walker, late of said county, deceased. fore clerk ,
1 restaurant is a soldier at heart. I fronts, are faced with white silk. You arc hereby cited to appear before W. H. Sharpe, E. P. Porcher. G. S. Fla., on February 16th, 1889. viz: HenryC.

,< In favor of banana fritters the only thing New hairpins are exceptionally fanciful. the County Court, at Miami, on the first Hardee, J. C. Norwood, C. B. Magruder, Fish, of Georgians, Fla. D. S. 20bO

p *.be said U that they are very mling.r Cupid's arrow, Mercury's wand St. Peter's Monday in March next, to show cause L. B. Dennison, Wm. A. Simmons, J. F. for the lots .12,3 and 4 section 20, and

Unless broiled ham is cut exceedingly thin crosier, all do duty for them, while the markof why letters of administration of the Woolen, E. W. Hall. Lewis R. Ord, Walter lot 1 section 29, township 23 south, ranee

*d freed from grease, nobody 'emulates Olr |- interrogation, either in silver 'or frosted goods, chattels and credits of Robertt Goodyear, J. G. Gingras, G. J. GingrasL. 37 east. He names the following witnessesto

Twist with it. gold, not merely holds up beauty's hair, Walker._ late of Dade county, deceased, A. Gingras, A. L. HatchJ. D. Hatter, prove his,continuous residence upon and

1 Alleged "mushroom sauce" without anytjBfcrooms clasps,ter,laces or dangles a charm at her intestate should not be' granted to E. A. Brady F. C.Macomber, J. M. Sanders, cultivation of, said land, viz: ;

,'is one-of the delusions and snares waist Gale. Who has'made application for the Lewis Powe, Robert C. May, E. A. Chat- Joseph Bruner! Georgiana, Fla., Wm.

*some restaurants. ,, French dressmakers have introduced a medium same. field, T..E. Hardee, H. P. Share, <*. W. Owens, of Georgians, Fla., Albert Carter ;
Y termed dishabille de- meanIng i A. E. HETER Holmes A. J. Whitcock Geo. E. of lea R. B. Burchfiel
'Z affle sandwiches! something new at style genre, Chester Georgians, : of .
.\ are between full dress and T. H. Sanders A.V.. Hardee W. P. Fla.
** afternoon teas and palatable to something a tea County Judge, Georgiana
a a *&80 who like truffles. very _CO wn. It consists_' of an elaborate bodice. 40 Acting as Probate Judge Dade Co. Moon, B. J.'Minis, A. N.Mathes.. 37 S. C TCCKEB, Register.



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',:4 -' J : THE FLORIDA STAR THURSDAY, FEB.. 7, '1889.


THE FLORIDA ,STAR., Some Pertinent Facts AboutTransportation. than it can lose, and assures us of its cooperation Eau Gallie. LIGHT AND AIRY. :

: Sr and assistance.The Mr. :McAlister is building a house on

PUBLISHED EVERY-- THURSDAY. CANAVERAL, FLA., Jan 28, '88. opening of this connection will his lot at the mouth of the'Eau Gallic. A Ballroom .Dream.CACSZ. .... I

To the Members of the Indian Ricer Fruit give the whole East Coast the greatest Messrs. Allan and Chas. Campbell and When I saw her at the baD.
ELLIS B. WAGER Editor and Publisher.
Grower Association: boom it can possibly receive. The low- Mrs. Haskell DuBose were noticed in our Fairer than a fairy queen
I was caught in Cupid'thran
SI.iO'per Annum. GENTLEMEN What is the use of rais- ering of fares will cause most Eastern settlement on Saturday last. Through the magic of the soma I

ing the finest oranges in Florida and unlimited tourists to either enter or leave Floridaby There were jewels la ber hair- '
Entered at the Post Office at Titusville as Mrs. Campbell, Dr. DuBose, Miss Per- Def tly was their radiance shed
quantities of vegetables, etc., so this route, and take in Indian Riveron When she with a saucy air
Second-Class Matter. ineau and the :Misses DuBose were calling I'
long as we are obliged to ship them by the way, which will thus become an Shook her pretty little heat .
the Eau Gallic River .
friends on
THE STAR is the OFFICIAL newspaperfor circuitous out-of-the-way routes, which established part of the usual Florida tour. upon on EJTECT.

Bfevard county. delay them in transit until they arrive Besides the advantage of quick delivery, Saturday last. Down upon my knees I went,
Vowed 1 never loved before
The Star has the Largest circulation "in bad order and which charge so much the lowering of freights will add about The steamers Unique and Maggie Dillon Swore the heavens must bare cent t

\ of any paper on the East coast of Fla. freight as to consume most of the small 50 cents to the value of every box of or- are being prepared for inspection.The Such a being to adore I
Then I wished-but ail in vah>-
sum realized? What is the reason that anges and about 30 cents to that of every first named vessel is also being To recall what 1 tied said;

WHILE we do not altogether agree with Indian River is not self-supporting, like I crate of truck raised here. This will lengthened and otherwise improved. For my charmer once again
the views of )Ir. Harrison in his letter tothe Shook her Pn-U11ittJe bead .
other of Florida? Why is it make it raise them. Numbers of
many parts pay to -:\ework Evenba SaD
STAR given this week, there are many \V\ H. Adams has just received a sec-
that so little of even the hammock landis people will go to work, and new settlers
facts written that our ond consignment of citrus fruit trees,
pertinent upon cultivated? Why do the people all will crowd in to buy and improve land. lie Struck a Bargain.
Indian River people would do'well to which he is putting out in his grove at Old Mrs. Bentley-Jostabthere
along the river that a man cannot The increased will raise values cases *
say population
consider. Mr. Harrison, no doubt, feels the south side of the Eau Gallie River. shabby lucking old mau with a bundle ca his
make anything at employing labor and and make busy times and money back and I think we ought to do something
discouraged with gardening, but his fail- The furniture of the Treutler Hotel is
tilling the soil, as is done everywhereelse plentiful. for him.
ure is not all due to transportation alone. in week. This Old.Mr. Bentley-Pm willing Marian
in the world ? There is plenty of being placed positionthis
There are many on our river who have no Now, after considering these unh'ersally Old Mrs. B ntley-I say, old man, if yoaH
the cli- hotel (with a steamer in connection), is
soil and willing workers
good ;
better transportation than Mr. Harrison admitted facts strange as it may come into the house 1 may to abld to ADd
mate suits, and lots of things can be produced the in gettingthe one of the best furnished and mest home- some decent clothing tor you.
seem, principal
who realize handsomely from vegetablesevery in abundance which command like stopping places on the river. Small Old Mau (gratefully)-Thank TOO,meta
season, but that part of his letter road built is that the Indian Rh'erpeople Old Mrs. Bentley (in the house}-Sow
elsewhere. What we need is boats are also on hand for the use of
good prices
referring to Canaveral and its railroad, do not seem to want it, and more there's lot of cast cff clothing that my
that these perishable products shall be guests. does want.
of them including prominent men
which we hope to soon see completed, is ,
Old Mau examining
( veryearefn2rj
delivered in their markets in threeor
on a subject of great importance to this proper fruit growers, appear to oppose and be- The dedication services of the Eau -Veil. 1 cif you tree dollar fur the lot,tad

part of the State. four days, and reasonable freights little an enterprise which costs them Gallic Baptist Church will take place on so help me, not von cent more.

charged. We will never obtain either of nothing than to speak a good word for Sunday next at 10:30 a. m. Several Old Mrs Bentley-But, air, 1 want to give

IN thiscolumn, we publish the Gover- these advantages under existing condi- for it. Some think it "will not pay." As clerical and lay speakers are expected to you the Man clothing.Old looks( over the lot again, very

nor's proclamation of Arbor Day for next tions, and cannot hope for any improvement they invest nothing they can hardly lose be present, and the secretary will also very ca.relully-VeU. I tell you rot Ida 1

14th. If in our condition until we make a I much. Others satisfied that it is Committee's dako 'em.-Li-
Thursday, the every place on are read a report of the Building

our river, and every school in the Coun- change. I speak from sad experience ; "visionary' and that no harbor can ever proceedings, together with a list of the Fickle.I .

ty, would observe Arbor Day by planting for, after spending time and money in be made in the bight of Canaveral. If donations in aid of the building fund of tact her in society,
fruit and land A modest, fair and *--M-*,
shade trees, ornamental shrubs, flowers, raising vegetables on good the railroad company and steam lines are the church. All are cordially invited to I told my love most ardently queen,

etc., and give the after care necessary to (rented), with good hired men, I am satisfied with it as it is, and make the attend.A Mr words with love turn passioa Udea;
forced Yet sad to tell she soon forgot.
abandon both
to as unprofitable.
their proper growth, ere another year connection there to suit themselves, other For some one elm stepped boa her
special service will be held in the ;
comes round the results will be so appar- Numbers of others tell me their experience -: people need not b much concerned about Although my suit she heeded cot.
is the same. The same labor and Baptist church at Eau Gallie, on Sunday I thought it honor I had done her.
ent that Arbor Day ,will never again be the difficulties in the way One worthy
next dedication at three o'clockp.
money expended anywhere else would ( day) And when I talked the matter o'er
neglected. The day has been promisedto citizen of Titusville thinks it might hurt
have m., standard time. :Members of all With noble! Dick and handsome Harry
be: observed in several places already- produced a profit. that town to extend the railroad, and It seemed they even suffered more
denominations cordially invited to
From Sanford to New York freight on are They vowed that never would they mare}
so let everhamlet, every village and that it would lose its business of selling
be present. Several clerical and lay Myself alonja 1 once thought blessed.
is about 40 cents'on
school do their part. Especially if it oranges vegetables whiskey and hominy to the river boatmen. Yet Harry showed wiuiin his locket
25 cents. Here we pay 75 to 80 cents on speakers from other points on Indian A tress of hair and Dick confessed
.interesting to the children as they take He fails to see that there would be more
River addresses lie bad her picture In Ida !
are expected give on
and 50 pockC't.T.Je
in it for the oranges to 55 cents on vegetables, boatmen trade travel and Cariboo. i
equally now so
part present, more more __
and week this occasion. This is in addition to the
should it be to those of older years who our products are a longer on perhaps, somebody stop at the Titusville A .New Effect.
\ the These facts the differ- morning service to be held at 10:30.a.. m.,
can contemplate the future benefits oft way. explain hotels. Others, from down the river, fearit Smart Author-I wish to submit to yea.
between and loss. In the standard time. '
ence profit one new play T:hch"-
this,work better than the children. might "boom Titusville. Sooner than
item of freight alone the difference to the Theatrical Manager-Very sorry,sir,but
that would have the whole river
\ Indian River section on the 100,000 boxesof see they -New styles, in Full Suits or single I have more plays on hand than 1 can read b
Proclamation to themselves included stand still. Other
Arbor Day ten years.
pants-prices below zero-at J.Birnbaum's. -
oranges, etc., and 500,000 crates of way "But thi sir has and starV
the ,People of Florida.In gentlemen want to see a railroad run one, many new
truck (which it could soon easily pro- lies cfc ..s."
from Point to Saw Grass
cheerful custom Cabbage Big so **
duce would be $200,000 So hsvo they all Same old sc'J'den -MT* .
), nearly a
established by my predecessor in of- as to sell some land, and, if they can hear Ankona. suicides mobs fires, .V'A7tlband"
The difference in "condition" would be
the benefits which have of a stranger with money to invest ina -
fice; realizing as much more. Returns now before me C. T. McCarty and Elias Matter spent "But, sir, in tho last act of my per a

resulted to our State by planting useful show that shipped this season railroad, they will kill any other project part of the week at Titusville.The dynamite conspirator seta off a bomb which

and ornamental trees for the adornmentof oranges purposely to try to get him into that. Wows the roof off the theatre and lands th*
take from ten to fourteen days, after they trade boat Golden Rule gave us a audience In the street.
streets parks school grounds and Others do not want to see a town grow
our leave Fitusritte on the cars, to reach New call last week en route to Waveland.Hon. "Eh Leave here and HI look it oran'
cemeteries, and encouraged by the great up at Canaveral, etc., etc. Philadelphia Record
York and Philadelphia. All this can be
Corwin of
interest manifested 'by our people in Now, the parties who think of buildingthe Reynolds, Lynch- \
easily remedied, and the natural advantages -
Va. is at the
the I road burg, a guest Romania A Secret.
the ceremonies attending same, are cautious. They believe that
of situation realized. .
our (
of Florida the House. lie held her hand-why should be DOC!
Francis P. Fleming, Governor future needs of South Florida will
The maid did DOC object
do hereby appoint and set apart There is no use in us laboriously boat- develop a port and town at Canaveral, :Mr.: C. E. Chapel is making some substantial They were clone the light was low_

Thursday, the 14th day of February, ing our products to Titusville and railroading because it is the only possible harbor on i improvements-painting and dec They both were circumspect.He

Arbor Day for the year 1889,and I earnestly them some 400 miles to Savan- the coast-and the coast of Florida will orating. pressed it, toot course no dUL
nah to reach the New York steamers, What taortal men mould not?
recommend the special observanceof not always remain the only one in the Inquiries concerning: real estate are She sat quite still; she did not terra.

the day by the schools of our State and when we can put them on board the New I world without an outlet. They know, as constantly received. There is a growing Or Cee the hated rpoc..

all persons interested, by the careful York steamers here at our own doors, business men, that a railroad connection demand for good property in this vicin- He bent his head and she bent hers
with no more labor or than is And that which then betel
planting of useful and ornamental trees expense between this harbor and the railroad ity.
This youthful paJr-1oull have to ptesxFor
to reach Titusville. The
and shrubs, with,appropriate ceremonies, now required systems of Florida is only a question of shall never telL
: We informed that Lewis and
Canaveral and South Florida Railroad are Capt. SooervUL JocnttlIJ1
that it may be a day of pleasure and;e- time. They do not wish to hurry unduly.
Mr. Hutchinson of Miss will be here
offers to open a direct outlet to the East- ,
well of instruction and They consult public opinion. If Indian
creation, as as .
to look after the of Opportunity.
ern markets and to bring the New York soon improvement
benefit, to those who shall participate in River wants quick time and low rates, Mr. Ilankinson and Miss Kajooes |ro
Hutchinson Island. The
within and one-half miles of Captain was
steamers one thusiastically joining the rest of the coxapaajin
such exercises.In they can have the road running in a year.
the Indian River boats three times a here two years ago. and will receive a the request Wo shall be delighted tofewtf
witness whereof, I have hereunto If not, the company can wait. It is
week. It to build a railroad hearty welcome on his return fo Indian you ling Miss Garlinghouse.
sefc--jny hand, and have caused the great proposes for :you, as representative men, to express Miss Garlinghouse (seating herself at tbe

Seal of the State of Florida to be affixed from a connection with the Jacksonville, public opinion. If you wish to advance Riyer. piano}-What shall I sing Tuxn-ti-tunvtoa-

hereunto. Done at the Capitol, this the Tampa and Key West Railway at Titus- the general interests of our section, The new steamer, St. Lucie, is highly H'm. Three fisnp-c-r* went sa-a-Uiaj out
into-o-o the st,as
the west. Out into we-e-e
ville in the of Canaveral
fifteenth day of January, A. D. 1889, and to an ocean pier bight you must drop local prejudices and all appreciated on the lower river. On the su-u-u-n went down, eta

of theIndependence of the United States, and also a short branch, one and work together for the common good, every hand can be heard kind expres- Mr. Hankinson (rCTelt11)O" thaI 1

one-half miles long, from the same pier have the opportunity to speak to you at tat
the one hundred and thirteenth year. which will then boom every separate lo sions towards the management for giving
Miss Kajones-Laura- will listen to m*
wharf in Banana River you
FRANCIS P. FLEMING, I' to a to accom- cality. So long as each isolated settlement us such splendid accommodation and will you not, while I tell you of the deep and

Governor. modate the steam and sailboats from In- depreciates every other settlementno rapid schedule. This will be a patent earnest Jove 1 have so loUt felt for you.eta-.

By the Go"emor-Atte : dian River. It offers these facts to your progress will be made. There is no factor in the development of this section. Chicago Tribune.

JOHN L. CRAWFORD, consideration: Time from Canaveral to reason why both sides of Indian River The Way to Slake Moa r.
The excellent in the Brevard
New York will be about three map
Secretary. ; A moment of leisure had his
should not, in time,be lined with towns- come way.
freight from Canaveral to New York on County Pamphlet puts Ankona on the And rather than Idleness choosing
be, in fact, one continuous town, and west side of the savanna. This is an er The coal dealer's oflce boy sat one day.
Market. about 25 cents truck
The Orange oranges ; freight on A book with attention perusing
have Canaveral
at its port of entry-its
ror. We are on the ridge between the
29th about 15 cents.
1889. Freight on goods com
PHILADELPHIA, Jan. counterpart of Tampa. Thus, whichever Then asked Ids employer "What b the book
and Indian River. The
ing here will be correspondingly reduced. savanna map That yon Ute such an Interest I s, sue f*
Florida Star offers the attractions and
Editor : Passenger fare to or from Titusville Cocoa locality greatest does us an injustice by depriving us of a The boy at the title page gave a loot '

PEAR SIR-From the present brief experience etc., about $20. These rates ,will social advantages, can sell the most lots river front. The same authority names And answered -Tho Way to Slake Hooey."

in "bulk" receipts of Florida for the biggest price.Respectfully. and describes places in regular order "Of plans to mare money there bat a one
also of control fare and
course, freights Beats mine. 1 am confident, sonny:
it looks very much as though yours, from north to south and from its
oranges ea.t over the lines of communicationwhich posi- Give eighteen hundred pounds to the too "
bulk shipments will be a profitable "new will have to with this IIE. RY. H. HARRISON, tion in the pamphlet the logic of it wouldbe And you'll find that's the vel b to make none?.
compete ->ra :oa Ooartac
for the car lot shipper Sect'y C. & S. F. R. R. Co. f
departure" average new route. The road, its trestle over that Ankona is south of Eden. It is,

for everything except, perhaps, well- Indian River and the ocean pier have in fact, seven miles north of that beautiful A Rare Opportunity.Miss d
Mr. Wabash
brands of packed fruit because FOR SALE. Pcnelopo (roD young
known fancy been carefully planned and located, and. place. The railroad map in the back Chicago who has Just dropped in fcraa erto-

bulk receipts are arriving in bet- found to be entirely practicable. Its total 23 acres, mostly hammock, fronting on part of the pamphlet locates us in the ins call}-I am so Lot to see yon coot fa

ter condition and sell better than in Little Lake Worth, $50 per acre. proper place. The other is doubtless an I Mr. Wabash. 1 have two tickets t> "AD
cost including equipments, warehouses and tam
I Evening with Dickens", for tonight,
boxes; they sell better because buyers etc., is $380,000..< Neither Bre 3 five-acrelots: ,fronting on Lake Worth error"Of the engraver. in despair;I don't know what to da
at a glance what the fruit is ; and and running through to Little Lake Wabash Which taeaml
see Mr. (gallantly)-
yard of its citizens have
nor Our local Nimrods
county any Saeger Miller and
s the sounder condition is probably due to Worth. $300 each. Miss Penelope that I am to act at yoorI
been asked to contribute one cent. The Wolf are on an extended hunt on the St. wme.
confined in I. escort, which will be a very great pkasore
ventilation (not being Also location surroundedon
the be obtained from outsiders a very pretty River. \ Dickens is one of favorite anthorv
money can Lucie They always return well my
and box). We find purchasers three sides by Lake Absalom (large hixouHarper's : -
and 1 shall be delighted to meet
paper who believe in the future of Indian River.
f to buy visible oranges by the lake). Grand black bass fishing; also good laden. OCCASIONAL.Just Bazar.
prefer The steam lines which now run by hunting. Some improvements-in fact, asportsman's

thousand than risk taking the same fruit here on their way from the Cuban and home-one mile from Lake received100. Cape Ann Oil Ahead of Dictionaries.

hidden in paper and box, barring well- Gulf ports all favor the project, and will Worth. There are 51 acres, at $20 per :Suits at $2.25 per suit at J. Birbaum's.Brantley. Delighted !1othe.- ess 1* Ittie bmrfc

known brands. In bulk the fruit comes acre. Also lots fronting on west side of L Talk some more oo ittia tootsie wootsia.

' in the original car and any be glad to get a chance to compete for Lake Worth. Can be sold in 5,10 or one Briht Baby Woo boobul oolfnl4 ctoosvCoogoo

through the South Florida trade and travel. 50 acre lot. The 5 acres have 10 rods \

'transfers and divisions to steamship, with The Florida railroads also favor it. front, making nice homes. Can be boughtat Orange trees.are in bloom. MOh, you darling! Coo don" b"zrrjcUowy -*
its losses, is precluded. The cars are ventilated does 000'11 be *
$25 and $30 acre. words oopet
until in danger of freezing; the Three of them encourage us to go on, per Brantley is shipping beans. great novelist some day.-Pniladelpato-

are examined Wilmington Richmond. a wish to extend their sys On east side have some'lovely places, Preaching last Sunday by Rev. Mr. Record.

Alexandria, Washington and Baltimore terns ,into the Indian ,River section, ranging from $100 to $400 per acre. Bolton.

We can get such shipments immediatelyon soon as we develop business enough to One lot of 8 acres, more,or less, front- Limited rowers.A -
L. arrival, subject to our own unloading, Lake Worth and running throughto Mr. J. T. Simmons has"moved into his mother was correcting tier littla boj"tbaother
the justify it. Even Jacksonville.Tampa Qn to him asked t.o-
instead of being subjected to dumping house. day and appealing
Beautiful built new
ocean. cottage, just ,
of the railroad freight hands. and Key West Railway, which many bo would feel U ba bad A son who**< : "w
I process 8 kitchen cistern and '
about loading in bulkveptna rooms, piazza, Dr. Webster is still having his 'sport this and didnt do that and 10 em. trbe .
For directions suppose to be hostile, is able to see that wharf. 240 young cocoanut trees. Price, reached the end of the bquIrJ bS

ion...ete., l let shippers apply'to it will gain unreal deal more from the $5,000. A great bargain. Address shooting birds and ducks. answered she had 2 ""Ve11.U'n"n..".,, if 1 hsd aliuW

.. ".,*J,;' .. : Yours PANOOAST truly, ,& GRIFFITH. increased travel and business, and, from PORTER & POTTER ,0. B. Otwell left here :Sunday morning boy 8 yean old 1 don't. think rs tzpacs&he'

'- Lake Worth .Fla. 'for TitustHle'with the, Lumber City. earth of hIm."
Wholesale,Fruiters, Philadelphia. interior products coming out this way, ". "



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..; :' :;.a Indian River Country.. ,P. P. :P. ; },

,f ; :. Second ,Edition (revised) of the Brrtrf <- 9 Prickly Ash, Poke Root and Potassium "' ;, :': _.,'_::. ,":. : .: .' I would remind my Friends and Customers '
r' County Pamphlet, J889,just issued, is the best Blood Purifier in the world.. For ; d "
.0'. Svphilis, Rheumatism,Scrofula, Old Sore that this is the month for takin S. BL RAY
': of the Indian River country:
; descriptive Skin I
.. Eruptions, Malarial Poison, or 1j
..-; t its Climate,' Health and description of condition of the system requiring a Power an Inventory, and in seeking to

>'r : V ces70 pages, with maps. ful Blood Purifier, Use only the P. P. PIt .
! p is incomparable and invincible. J
free on application, with stamps for: Ash, Poke Root and Potassium is also the Successor to J. C. Norwood and &, .

: '.ptetageto best possible tonic. It never fails to brin; RT1NG REDUCE THE STOCK 1
4+, r'L.. HATCH, your system back to a healthy conditioi .
when run down by sickness or overwork TITUSVILLE, FLA.Gen'l ,, : '
.:.. f During the spring it should be used by; for this purpose, and to make way for ,, ,..... .
It wil build '"',
everybody. you up, give you ) !\
-Hats and Caps from 25c. to :1OV- an appetite and digestion, and enable your my W<,
wish at J. Birnbaum's.Do system to stand our long and enervating .. I
price you summers. Nothing like it to aid digestionnever -
not fail to see Scriven's Pat failing to cure the worst cases of Dys NEAT AND PROMPT. ::NESpring ''P ,j
at J. Birnbaum's. pepsia. Annual Skin Eruptions, peculiar,
r Drawers to the Southern climate, immediately dried .
f FOR SALE.A up by its use. Merchandise :

tract of land on Indian River in the For Nervousness and Dyspepsia us / '
r county of Brevard. consisting of 8 I erry's Liver Pills. Stock '
lot Igo.3 and south hal
; it being ; STORE.
c., ...... 'of the northeast quarter of section 35, For Chills and Fever take Lippman'; SEND YOUR ORDERSFOR
and lot No.3, being the southwest quarter Pyrafuge. -
49r <: of the northwest quarter of section .

:" 36,both in township 31 south, range 39! Their Business Booming.
t": east. This is a very desirable piece of Probably no one thing has caused such: I AM MAKING SOME

,: ';<.':." Hammock soil of rich quality, suitable a general revival of trade at all the drugstores I propose to keep .
'(. }7Jot f for the raising of all tropical fruits. Ii on Indian River as their giving J
'):: situated at the Narrows,near Enos post away to their customers of so many free LOW PRICES
;>c ,'" office. Will sell cheap for cash. Foi trial bottles of-Dr.King's Sew Discovery JOB PRINTING
particulars address for Consumption. Their trade is simply 'A First-Class StockGROCERIES

; 1 E. M. LOW, enormous in this very valuable article< ,
I 1i Sept. 3. Brockton.Mass. from the fact that it always cures and AND SACRIFICING SOME GOODS.
never disappoints. Coughs, colds, asthma -
: FOR SALE, bronchitis croup and all throat and -SUCH ASLETTERHEADS -
; lung diseases quickly cured. You car

l 60 ACRES OF LAND I EDEN test it before buying by getting a trial
bottle free large size $l. Every bottle \ I

OF A MILE BEAU- warranted.
I SEE MYBargainCounter :

} '<4 Inr Hoisg containing Fie Rooms I am prepared with full set of tools 3
for sinking artesian wells. With my
Best of Orange and Pine-Apple Land. small ,set, have sunk four wells 155 t( RILL-HEADS, Goods.SaOES. .

\IA'k 200 feet deep, obtaining flows of from DRY GOODS
Enquire of 80,000, to 86,000 gallons per day, from; ,
two inch pipes. Have also a large set,, STATEMENTS,
M" ;! JOSEPH HURST St. Lucie, Fla for sinking six to ten inch pipes, if wan

. .,'1' 12 ted. Having ventured in the business,,
..i....;":.-'> 2O DOLLARS purchased tools, and successfully obtained CIRCULARS, NOTIONS, F
full flowing wells, I ask the patronageand "-v_
i,1: WILL BUY THE FAVORITE influence of citizens and friends whc FOLDERS t
efforts and who want 1
,. SHUNT: G-IEJIE: appreciate my '
; : \1 'wells. Respectfully, Especially fine Shoes Closing Out FOR Mens' Ladies' & cena.en9sIQES
Rock Ledge. COST on Goodso\'cr$3.50. Too ..
4PROGRAMMES much fine Stock in this
,* drop leaf,fancy coyer, two large drawers,, Brace Up. : :
with nickel ring, and a fall set of Attachment,. line.LADIES' .
equal to any Singer Machine aold for ItO and upwardi You are feeling depressed, your appetite a
by CanraaMrs.A is poor, you are bothered-with headache v- .
week'a trial in home before payment ii ..
jour and
liked. you are fidgetty nervous, gen STREAMERS, ,
Buy direct from the Manufacturers, and raviagenta erally out of sorts, and want to brace up -
'profits,besides getting certificates of warrantee Brace up,but not with stimulants, spring r
# for 3 years. Send for testimonials tooperatiye medicines bitters,which have for their DODGERS, /
Co Sowing Machine Co., and which stimulate
a. basis very cheap whisky, FELT SKIRTS
217 Quince St., Philadelphia. you for an hour, and then leave ..A.TS"i
t$* We Pay the Freight. -a 4i you in worse condition than before. BUSINESS CARDS, .
What you want is an aletrative that will AT ACTUAL COST.

purify your blood, start healthy action of It

Yacht for Sale. liver and kidneys, restore your vitality. WEDDING CARDS,
and give renewed health and strength,, LARGE LINE: OF HOSIERYAT
Such a medicine you willfind in Electric CLOTHING
A Yawl-Rigged, Northern-built Boat;,I Bitters, and only 50 cents a bottle any VISITING CARDS .
drug store on Indian River. ,
30x9ft, 4 Years Old, Well Found; t '
Has Tender, Oil Stove, Awning, :

Mirror Hair Mattresses, A ONE STORY AND A HALF AT COST. 'Gent's Furnishing Gogds, '

r Cost about600,will sell for$301] ,
-' At MIMS, near Station,
AT $6
tico. Chester, City Point, Flit.r LADIES' FELT HATS t

4 Mrs. K. I; Hamilton 1 City t Point, Fla. J .



THE GIPRAS GROVEAT .' '. ,; ,-\ ... .
Indian River, Florida, 7. .f
: t". '' < ,
Having been Re-Furnished, is NOW
OPEN FOR GUESTS: under the Management -

Consisting of 66 Acres of Land; 44 of its old proprietor and owner. t Ship Chandlery Goods.

Acres Under Fence, and in cultiva- .

tion in Orange and Lemon Trees, JAMES F-A-INE, t
I have Stock of
a Large
22 Acres in Bearing; all in Proprietor,

First-class Condition. of St. Luclc, Florida.39 Imported Jellies and Jams These will be the main features of my
i For particulars apply to or inquire /

business, but orders sent me for any-
r, L. A. Gingras, Esq., EACOTT & CO., Pamphlet Reduced in Price 25 per cent.
thing kept in any store in Titut-
Or to G. J. GINGRAS, on the ., ',' ', ville will be promptly filled.
.: ....:- :/
-V Rock etlse, Florida. } -
42 3mo. -

GUTTERING, ROOFING Printing. Seed Potatoes llOIn Stock.Chili .

:; NOTICE -' And Manufacturing of Tin Ware. Will buy FrQits.Eggs, Cbicleus,
To all whom it may concern. f Red .
Take notice that, by virtue of an order
.{ issuing out of the County Court of Brevard And Repairing of all kinds / Early Rose, Or any Country Produce my customersor

County, Florida, by the Honorable Minor .. .. ,
Snow Flakes friends' bringto
B.Jones, County Judge, exercising Probate : ; may
jurisdiction, I will, as the administrator of Location: MAIN ST., near ,. market.
Pee rles.q.
the estate of the late William F. Russell,deceased -
offer for sale at public outcry, be- SEND YOUR ORDERS Beauty of Hehrous.My .
fore the Court House door in the town of FOR SALE, '
Titusville, in said county, on the 4th day
of March,A. D.1889,the same being a legal ,350 TREES IN GROVE, "
of sale PAMPHLET PRINTINGOP I ask for a share of the public patronage -
sale day,between the legal hours .
all the following real property of the estate 200 Six ears Old, All Bearing. and come as a supplicant, not a
{ of the said William F. Russell, deceased, Orange Grove on Fine Hammock Land.
to-wit: All the one undivided die tator, asking for.your'favors.
or share of,in and to the foll wingtJescribedpieces TWO SHALL FRAME HOUSIS ,
or parcels of land, situate, lying and If courteous treatment,good<
being in the county of Brevard and State 10x12;and 15x12, Porch 22ft. 'DESCRIPTIONS GROCERY STOCKWas ., "
Florida, to-wit: Lot one (1),of section About 1,500 Trees in Nursery, I i .. goods and low,figures b' :

15,Township 35, south of Range 40 east, 25 Bearing Peach Trees, Blooming f .. the candidate for .: *
known .
containing 60 acres; also 20 acres as -TO THEFLORIDA ".f'
the southern portion of the Park Place, 40 Lime Trees, never more complete attractive. public favor, v '.'fJ;: .
Township 36. Range 41, section 7, frontingon 7 Lemon Trees Bearing, "J, ;
Indian River, the southeast corner commencing I 15 Plum Trees, small, then rm. :' '::"
on said river; thence running i 2 Apple Trees, STARJOB *-. ''. *, .'
westwardly to the west back line; thence 2 Pear Trees,. j >e elected. : yo:
5 Mulberry Trees. .._ j. .,'. ", .' '., M < .-
river -- Flowers,Hoses, Etc., ,, : : :
PRINTING OFFICE. GE'O.U: :PH Your, please.;1{, ,* *'
*$to contain twenty acres. ll\ ACRES OF LAND IN ALL. ,
Terms cash. Purchaser for title.J.T.DAVIS 1TITUSYILL\ 'i ,
pays Price, 92,:SOO.AEDBES& .
Administrator of the estate William., F. .. ,, ; Fla. :,' ; ., : ,' .::FLA.' ." I 8 ,,:a: :a: l

I Bussell,d eased. 42-4w, B.. REVELS, Shiloh, Florida. s TitusvjIleV, ..;, '. :1.. ;:; ':.'>:0 _. .... '. ..; -. 1 J V... x.
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: FEB. 7 1889. .
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the American history is
first of
PERSONAL GOSSIP. A new gold watch is shell shaped, orna-I calling its years distinctive features. / ..tLA
slowly losing
mented with colored gold flowers and birdson Syrup Barrels $2.25. '
Edftor Dana says the only kind of novel be. one sides and on the other is left a space There were 7,573 suicides in France last GIXGRAS, 'tJ

1JktifS, one' "chock,f ulJ of love." 0 i. for the initials.A year, of which 2,1G3 are attributed to mental Gauged to order ten cents extra.

rGeorge Kennan has been elected president unique card receiver represents a silver afflictions of different kinds, 1,2230 physi- 1 .

of the Jterary society of Washington, D. C. saucer with fluted border, beautified by deli- cal suffering, 975 to domestic troubles, SOO to Wheelwrighting and Repairing. ATTIifUfAmiDttBTPDBULRock

Dr the famous faster Is really to cately etched wreaths of roses surrounding a drunkenness, 483 to poverty, 805 to pecuniary t
Tanner Ledge
difficulties, 202 to'the desire'to avoid imprisonment C. O. B. Fh ids. ,
the d ugliter'of' a Parisian million- figure of Cupid. I \
marry 100 to the loss of employment, S 9 to
..ire. Combination: silver book marks paper cut- Honey barrels and Oval Watpr Breakers,I a
the fear of exposure, 56 to the loss of relatives, L. GAULDEN 'r
John Wanamaker has been cbosen president ters and pencils, ornamented with bol 25 to the dread of military service and 227' to from $2.00 up.Tanks D f

of the' Presbyterian union of Philadel etchings of crests and coats of arms, are I jealousy and crossing in love.
pretty and useful novelties. ,
pbia.Dom Pedro, emperor of Brazil, has been The latest match box is of oxidized silver, I and all kinds of COOPER WOIIK to order. :
enjoying very good health since be returned decorated on one side with foils and boxing A FEW RULES FOR \VAL TZERS. Titusville, Florida.

from Europe. gloves and the engraved inscription: "You all effort T. J01IXSQX.LaGranre. 1 I.S

Cassius M. Clay, who is now in his 79tb will find a mach in me.1'STRAY Disguise : : FloridaQ'0t TONES & WILLIAMS, '1
An extended must not be bent.
year, lives a retired life on his estate near BITS. leg _n__ __ __ .____ ____ u ________
Always maintain a proper attitude. .
Richmond. Ivy -- 6,000,000 people believe that it ..IklltornessatLfW.Titusville
Granville's father was' i Keep the heels about half an inch from the .. beet to b Seeds .
(The p nt.E:1rl'ot Mubkat balls were l?gal tender as farthings of the largest and most reliAblehoose,and they use I
famous' r,Jmv'ng.lost SI 15,000 at whist in a in Boston Li 1635. I floor. t I Florida.Q. .

.4 single sitting. f Bend only the knee from which a motion i3 F'ry's Seeds '
I JIO There are 10,000OX books published in "
Bowling takes up all the spare time of Germany I made. .EO. M. BOBBINS,
every year. '
Senator Reagan of Texas; according to a I When descending let them bo the first to acknowledged to be the
tl The flower: trade oC London is estimated to I
Washington correspondent., touch. /Largest SeedsmenIn
amount to 5,000 a day. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
At tti years of age ex-Governor Berry, of i Endeavor to keep the feet at a right angle the world.D .
New Hampshire, is in vigorous health and The Indians of Oldtown Island; Me., have at al! times. Illustrated.M.Farr a Co'3.Descrip. TITUSVILLE, :FLA. i

goes out walking or driving almost everyday If organized a pointing firm.I When moving I the feet let the heels pass l v 1 -t tine and Priced .

The population of Germany, according to I close together. SEED ANNUAL A.1.. THRASHER,

Emperor Francis Joseph feels compelled to the last census, [Is 40,855,704. I lu rising: allow the toes to be the last partof r For 1889

state, for the information of the reading public I There are 493 mountain peaks in the United : the foot to leavo tho floor. r- -,, y' 'Will to all be applicants mailed FREt,and I ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, I

that the cheapest cigar he smokes costs States more than 10,000 feet in height.As I These can only be suggestions; gracefulness to laet 'customers. I "
five cents. without ordering it. Ituain.I i! -P 0. Box: 2'), S.\ llJRD, TUL":
early as 825 the council of Nice ordered I of motion must be learned from exatuplo.I .- Tulleat CauliBowar Gables.all.ETeryjperson rising Will practice in all th. connt.ea of the Sevtat
The sultan of Turkey, who is a most fickle the foundation of hospitals in tho principal I Chicago inter Ocean.Consumption. in eiistence. I should send Field for or it.Flower Address Seeds Circuit and Supreme Court. i

man regarding his fad, has become inter towns. l- Y& CO.,Detroit,Mich.

ested in typewriting and is practicing the I _._ LLEX E. IIEYSER
art sedulously. All the scientists still assert that it would Surely Cured. A ,

take a cannon ball only eight days to reach JOHN F. STRATTON\ &. SON,
Grand Duke Alexis of Russia, who visited i I To THK EDITOK-1'lease Inform your readers that I
Philadelphia some years ago, has for years the moon. I! I Lave a positive remedy. for the abovr-uaimtl ; onie aw an Com-yawr.
disease.: By its timely u e thousands licpelescaxes -*
been the morganatic husband of the Russian The monster 111 ton cannon recently man have been permanently cuml. I shall be Lake Worth Dade County Florida.
poet, icmkofliki..Rider ufactured in Germany throws a projectile glad to ticl:d two bottles of my remedy IREK to am ,

Haggard's friends complain that, twenty miles.Spaniards of jour leaders who have consumption if they Mill i Will furnish Abstracts Title to Dade-
Rend me their express and post office addn". "
while-ho received only $1250 for the. original in the Sixteenth century, believed Respectfully, I County land

edition of:"King Solomqn's .Mines," the publishers that spiders indicated gold when they IT. A. SLOCUJI, M. C,, 1HI. 1-eirl St., New York I Importers of nil kind of i

have made itiJ.OOO-out of.the book, v....!\, found in abundance. I 34 Month Harmonicas, I! :R.B.. BURCHFIELD,

Mr. Lik who is in of the Corean .
A has evidences in :
geologist como across Sflotv's This 49 :tlahlen Twine, New York. Z4.TOHN
legation at Washington; bas. disappointedlovers Scotland to prove _that the earth lay in a .!
of the picturesque by adopting the liquid state for 150,000 years We off-T Oue Hundied Dollars Reward<< for any F. STKATTON & SOX ; COUNTY SURVEYOR.
hats, trousers and coats_of an'Anicri ian. I i case of Catarrh that cannot. be cured by tiking 49MtIlJES L VNU SEW YOKE i ,
The Turks regularly cut open the outer I Hnll's C*'arih Cure.F. t Orders by mail will receive as prompt M
The Rev. Henry White, of the Savoy J corner of the eyelids, if the eyes of a girl are J CHENEY & CO. proprietor, Toledo O. attention as calls in person.
chapel, London, states that out of 1,000 I I We, the undersigned, have known l' J Cheney :Nip L- .
for their ideas of i fill
couples which he assisted to join together I not large enough beauty. for the last 15 years. and believe him perfect hon- I .pi Address: Georgiana, Fla.
orablf m all bnyiiues transaction, and hnancullv
The and finest of malachite
largest specimens -
only one pair had found 'marriage a failure. able to carry out any obligations made by their I ImjK>rtpr<. MauuUctOn and \Vhol.-!'.iJe Dealersin
I come from Russia. In Versailles thereis .
firm, all kinl .f ATKINSON.
Soon after be young emperor's departure j I a room entirelyfurnished with articles of Wet JcTrnxbolevilH lrnxgut Toledo, O.WaKhng VIIMKR M.-r linidii... 'ini jc-il B-s s, B aid Itistrununls H.F.
from Rome his holiness wo beard to speak '! malachite. Kinnau & Marvin, wholesale dru0'" Stiaitmro OMintM Iiiis.un
of'trim as "a very odious fellow," and to say, I! gifts, Toledo Ohio Gnt Vioiin Strings: 34
"EI! is a bad sou, and he v\ill be a bad ruler." ;j i Jerusalem, it is said, is fast becoming the E. H. Van Hoesen, cashier, Toledo Nation:il J JUSTICE OF THE PEACE '}:
city of the Jews. In 1SSO there were not II I'anV, Tol do, Ohio JOHN F. STRATTON & SON
Professor Freudenthal, of Breslau, is in I Hall's Catarrh Cure i* taken Internally aoti-iw For the Second Justice District of Bre-
than Jews there
more 5,000 now there
; are the blood and surface,i of the
luck. The Berlin of Science I directly upon tuncun
great Academy more than 00,000. I s j stem. PIT e 7 5,. per bottle. Importers vard county; Court days, third Monday ,3
has given him 1,500 marks to enable him to : Sold by all Druggiste:, C4 8TR and Wholesale of each month.
,study the philosophy! of, the Sixteenth and In Lapland the test of oratory is seeing y .
Seventeenth centuries in England. who rattles off the most words without stopping I 4 A Dealer in l

A to draw a breath, and the women Buclvlcu's Arnica Salve. si 7 0a
it a recent sale of autographs, held at the generally cos. THE MUSIC HOUSE OF FLORIDA.
ahead.A .
come out dbtSIC. L
Hotel Druot in Paris, a letter from HenryIV I The best salve in the world for cuts, I

to Gabriel d'Estrees, dated 1508, and London author has written thirty novels bruises; ulcers salt rheum fever
: pores, : -----
closing with the ardent plirase, "1 kiss youa in three years. This beats the record of any I, sores tetter chapped hands, chilblains, rC allis1v f f.
hundred thousand times brought 500 but the writer's labor \
living man, enormous L r
and all skin eruptions' and positively -
francs. has brought him only $1,000. corns tTluaa 0 A B. CA.MPBELL
I cures piles, or no pay required.It 0 ataftier 49 ,
Speaking of Hadji Hassein Ghouls Khan, a A North Carolina justice of the peace fineda is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac- '

Washington correspondent says: The Persian citizen $5 for contempt of court in not tion or money refunded. Price 25 cents 'tIahlt.'u Lane Jacksonville, }')a. ,
minister is in rather a disconsolate mood. bringing out a pail of water for the justice's ;
all in YORK. i iI
box. For sale by drug stores NEW
He knows no language but his own, and there horses while he was traveling.An per I _____
is but one person in Washington who can Titusville, and on Indian River. John F. Stratton & Son's Celebrated

speak.,Persian." electric han saw is the latest invention Russian Gut Violin Strings, I I will Sell and Deliver at your nearest
for it works like
carpenters. any ordinarysaw
I Advice to Motherr.Mrs.Wnaww's THJ: FINEST IX THE WOl LD.
There Russian
are than, 'twenty station First-Class
more : the electricity being applied only in the SOOTHING
princes who entitled to be styled gruud.dukeSj Our Guarantee. a Dealer rtnreives a com-
process of setting and sharpening. used when children are cutting teeth. relieve I
There are five Grand Dukes'Nicholas, *the little suffererat once;it produces natural, plait (\vhtdi fir beltevfK te b* hoist) from anyreuMicun t tI
+ three Grand Dukes Michael and two Grand During the recent blizzard which descended quiet sleep,and the little cherub awakes "brightas tit hum he hUM.&Ihl any of these strings, i PJA: : C>S
he IH mithonz-d by us t< give him another mriLg
to taste.
button. it is
Dukes Alexis, Sergi us, George, Alexander upon New York the Oceanic hotel at Far soothes a the child,softens very the pleasant gums,allay sail pain, without charge, and alt 1".-3 will be made
and Constantine.The Rockaway, valued at $20,000, floated out tc regulates the bowels,and is the best known remedyfor good by u< to our ciiMt.>m .ra without quibble or
sea and disappeare-l in the waves diarrhoea, whether arising from teething or question vBtwai eI iiuit.itiuns.l I
Grand Duke Paul of Russia, youngest other causes. Twenty-five cents a bottle. Dealersill jlea- crud for descriptive catlojjue. *- OR.crAv j
brother pf the czar, hu laade public his intention The first locomotive imported into this Trade supplied at lowest price*. 31

of presenting dots to a hundred young country was bought in Manchester, England, 'OR LKtS MONEY than any other house in tM

women of Athens to celebrate hij betrothal for the Boston and Lowell railroad corpora i Opened for the Season. C lJited Stags: I al"a). guaiantt-e leutrntuenta to
to the Princess Alexandra of Greece. The tion. It arrived in this country in 1854. be ad repre eutrd. I \\ill ship a Piano or Organ to
any honest man trial and U got
or woman on ,
Athenian girls are inclined to think that The largest electric plant in tho world will -A man who is interested in his own satisfactory. I will pay freight both wajs. S3*

Paul u Russian matters. soon be put in operation. London is to be welfare will be pleased to know the t cash and f 10 a month ou a Piano, and $10 cash and

Church and stage were brought into closer illuminated by electricity, and a contract for more$5 a month than ordinary on an Organ reut.till On paid these for-very not liberal Bioeh

communion when Bishop Carl Sza s won the the immense undertaking has already been ANDREW GIBSON terms anyone can own a Instrument rend tor

prize for dramatic seems established by a made. r 1F cE :rOF F11EE CATALOGUE containing full inforuiaUoB.
the finest be found in
Keeps oysters to Sheet Music. Guita,.. A*
his in String, Violins Banjoa,
wealthy Hungarian, by tragedy verse,
The following are the figures showing the fE ; cordeon, and in fact, every Musical lostnimcstthat
"The Death of Attila. The will be TIIuss file
piay is made, and at low Mend for com
sizo of the European armies: Russia: 4,000- very pricea. I!
brought out at the National theatre of Buda 000 plete Catalogues. I have 20.000 piece. of Cbo crIngle I
Pesth thisRobert winter: ; Germany, 2,500,000; France, 3,430,000, AND SERVED IN STYLE TO SUIT PATRONS. : at 10 cents per copy 5,000 books of Cboic I
with, perhaps, 1,000,000 more if needed; Music at 10 cents per copy. ftooo Books of Cboke
Garrett, of the Baltimore and Ohio Austna, 1,077,000; Italy, 2,400,000, Turkey, ''' '! a .; t""" Vocal and Instrumental Music at 6Q cent and "*
railroad, L:i u remarkable: man in some respects 800,000. 'f'hh! l'l :l y tLr.I Plain and Fancy Cake made to ord r.Baker's c euti Any piece of sheet music published, at 1
when viewed 'from tailor's stand- t c50: per cent below publishers prices. Cooks of I
A young man who was married at Burlington ::'7i.L i.cjr..fcJivcx3: 017 LXFm Bread pieces each, sheet music size, 10 cents. Send for
point. He has always had an irresistiblelove Arft,5a,.Idi aud Standard Popular Medical Treatise on always on hand. Catalogue.A. .
for sack coats of the and salt or la., the other night, gave the officiating the IJrroMof Youth, Premature DeclineNervous Also first-class
pepper : Barber attached.
dark gray pattern. He must have bad clergyman a 10 gold piece by mistake fora aa J Physical Debility, Impurities) of the Blood a shop B. Campbell, Jacksonville, Fla.
$2.50 coin andvent to the
.seventy,or a hundred suits of them in his preacher's Meuls it all hour: ; from 5 n. m. to 11 p. m. Mention( this paper.] 601".
wardrobaConsul in the middle] of tho night and demanded Parties desirng to leave on morning mail
resti.utiou. boats and hacks will please note,this.
General Russell, of Liverpool, has 5,000 Budded Trees For Sale
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The salaries of colonial ,
been calling upon President Cleveland at the governors aro,very I I
White House. Russell was the first appointee high. New Zealand pays 7,500: a year; Bermuda PARKER'SHAIR

of the consular service under the present ad 3,003: ; Jamaica, .t 0,000; Feejeo Resulting trom Folly Vice Ignorance.Excesses or BALSAMCleanses At Low Prices.

ministration. It is said that Mr. Russell and 5,000, and British Guiana, 500. The en- Overtaxation. Enervating and unfitting the victim and beautifies the hair. 60,000 in Nursery.
tire Feejee revenue is only 75,000. Thereare for Work,Business the Married or Social Relation. It. Promotes a luxuriant growth.
ex-Governor Waller will go into business together Avoid unskilful pretenders. Possess this great Never Fails to Bettor Gray
in London at the expiration of their only a handful of whites there. work. It contains SO>pages,royal 8vo.- Beautiful Hair lo its Youthful Color. Apply to W. H. SHARPE,

arms ot office. The most monotonous in its thichnsr, embossed full gilt Price, only$1.00 by Prevents DandrofE. and hair falling
city buildings I mall, o t-paid. concealed In plain wrapper. 60c.and ft oo at Dmerl tn. City Point, Fla.Traveling .
is Paris, the houses there being almost all : Prospectus Free, il you apply now. The
THE LATEST IN JEWELS. alike. An attempt is now being made to vary d'atiuguisbed author, Win. II. Parker M. D., re- I
this by building houses of the style of the ceivedtheCOLD AND JEWELLED MEDAL

A gold enameled sweet pea u among tho Renaissance and Louis XI, and hope is expressed for from the the PRIZE National ESSAY Medical on NERVOUS Association and North or South take the

oddities for that the example will be followed PHYSICAL DEBILITY. Dr.Parker and a corps
pins. consulted, confidentially -
generally.A of Assistant Physicians may be
A frosted gold fluted bracelet is ornamentedwith by mail or in person, at the effice of I
a row of turquoises.A newly invented bolt for fastening together THE PEAKODY MEDICAL INSTITUTE, Tstllory S. S. Line
whom aU ,
heavy timbers does with the No.4 Uulflnc1l Sr.. l:08ton.1Uaat? Jo
pretty barrel link necklace has large away orders>> for books or letters for advice: should be
need of a nut. The head of the bolt is provided directed as above.
and rubies
garnet alternating. with a spring. Upon striking this: -Via between;

An odd novelty for a scarf pin represent a spring with a hammer two arms fly out from r

kernel of corn enameled on gold.A the shank of the bolt pressing the
against! New York and Florida Boston Philadelphia and the East
fashionable scarf pin is a miniature. timber and performing the office of a nut. ,

painted on ivory in a diamond frame. London between
spends $7,000,000 and $8- BACKACHE'B

Etched hunting scenes ornament a new 000,000 a year on potted plants and cut Bailing

three cornered card receiver with fluted bor- flowers. Many of these flowers come from Aching Sides and BiCk, Hip Kidney and Uterine: NEW YORK CITY FROM FERXANDIXA.

Holland, France and even Italy A single Pains, Rheumatic Sciatic Sharp and WeakeningPains PIER 21, E. R, EVERY FRIDAY.J CENTRE STREET \VHA1'.F. IAEUY THCttDAT.FK01I .
der.A valuable acquisition to a gentleman'sdresser culturist in southern Franco claims to send Relieved in one minute by the Curticura An-

is a silver mustache curler with every year 60,030 Worth of white lilacs, ti-Cain Plaster.strengthening The 6rat and planer only instantaneous 25 cents ; five The Iron Steamships STATE OF TEXAS, CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, RIO

chased Coral handle. snowdrops lilies of the valley and roses to pain-kilhng for SI.00, At druggist, or of POTTER DBUA AND GRANDE.

London. CKE3ircaLCo., Bostou. J63f Are large, elegant, deep-draft and comfortable, sailing alternately. Table
English circular cut glass extract bottles cured
Pimples blackheads chapped and oily skin
the best the Coast.
with chafed silver stoppers and gold rims, California supplies more than half of the by CCTICUBA SoAP on

are coming into vogue quicksilver consumed in the world. The con- SCHEDULE.
of in the world has
sumption quicksilver
An enameled four leaf clover, with a border
work of pearls and diamond center, averaged 133,000 flasks a year. The principaluses HINDERCORNS.for Cores Scope aU paID. Ensnree SOUTH-BOUND, from Pier 21, E. River New York, December 28th, January 4tn,

makes a handsome brooch. to which it is applied are: (1) Meteoro- comfort The onJy to sure the feet.CUre Drugglats. Bracox4Co..N.Y.U" I 11th, 18th, 25th ; February 1st, 8th, 15th and 22nd. 4
logical and other scientific instruments (2))
Oxidized silver buckles ornamented with chemical preparations; ((3) looking glasses and ArR FU CONSUMPTIVEah. I NORTH-BOUND, from Fernandina, 4:30 train from Jacksonville. ,

etched chrysanthemums and leaf work are in mirrors, 1 u COU ah.11 Bronchitis M Q E R, Asthma.TONIC.Indigestion It has cured! UsePARKER'S CITY OF SAN "TOXIO"Ca tain Wilder...............Thursday, P. 31. Dec. 27th

favor among the weann'of belts. A hunting party returned to Fresno, CaL, the worst\0. est Take remedy in time.for 50c.all ills and arising$1.0 d.eect1n
Large, frosted gold, coils, with diamond from the mountains report finding the re- f rom CITY OF SAN-ANTONIO, Captain 'Yilder..Thursday, 10th

,centers, are coming into fashion for the recent mains of a man who evidently had been torn STATE OF TEXAS, Captain Williams....................... U 17th
puffy scarfs worn gentlemen.: to pieces by a grizzly bear. The remains MADE WITH BOILING WATER. CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Ca tain 'Vilder..e 24th

A unique silver glove stretcher representsa were horribly mutilated. They were buried STATE OF TEXAS, Captain Williams................... u u II Slit .
duck's head,the handle being chased to im- where found. It is believed they were those EPPS'SGRATEFULCC +
...Direc all Frejfht via MiJlory Steamship Line from Pier No. 21 R B.. New York. ,1
itate feathers and the eyes serving as hinges. of a former citizen of Fresno who was inter 49-Special Agents are located at all principal point.'through Florida, where tickets can be secured$a-
ested in mining. information obtained. 1
Originality of design has been displayed in f G.C jft 3- >tate-rooma.and bertha secured in advance from Jacksonville and Fernandina ofQce j
a gem of a bonbon box: with a chased silver Nothing remains of the famous English set-* : 11ORTI, 49 Traina from F B. & Y, R'y. run directly to ahip side at Fernandina.tiS '

cover into the center of which a miniature tlement of Jamestown, Va., begun in .1607, .,Any further.information can obtained fromJ.
is fitted. save the ruins of a church tower, and this is M. CUTLER, Paasenger Agent corner Day and Hogan street. Jacksonville, Fla.
0'0 0 A R. W. SOUTHWICK, Agent; Fernaudina, Fla.
Among holiday novelties is a water pitcher crumbling year by year. Tree roots have H. H.,RAYMOND, General Traveling Agent .
cracked the monumental slabs in the church-

'and, goblet with twisted in silver borders repousse ornamented and bright wit finish 'Tard- and thus one of,the few_ localities re- MADE WITH BOIWNQ MILK. C H. MALLORY S CO.. General- Agents, Pier 20 E.. R. M YORK CITY

wild flower*. I ;



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5,: t ..- THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY-: 7, 1889. ',' '. ":7

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nail .was found In a Ott'i :
'" A shingle perfectly s ;
; ,
farmer :; ,.H: 'J. .: ;

r., jPcb/frttb.e' g recently by a near- Niles .. ./"'; \0- Hardware and

1t .A. Western .fakir Is selling an adjustable f .

w "Pr-'eIDent ring that can be made to fit any '
L, ;
"* EMULSION General Produce
ide. flcger. ( .' 4
.''' ....
A ilicliisan chiropodist Is making a tri : MILLS
: Binphal prO ress as "William the Corn.Thomas ," 1 .

,.; \Vilkiflson, of Vernon, N. Y., has HOTOPHOSPHZTESAlmost : '. : .! And Syrup Makers' Supplies.

-j I beard five feet long, which he wears tucked .. ,.... r Melbourne, j Florida r \
t .gp&er his vest. as Palatable as Milk. W 1 ..

1. A man named Life has been appointed / A. M. Hamilton; & Co. For .1"
So Catalogue
dlignised that it can be taken, and Copy of Sorghum
postmaster of a Virginia town. He will have digested, and assimilated
eJ by the most
nothing to do with dead letters. sensitive stomach, when the plain oil ..-.. TTTUSVILLE, FLORIDA, Grower's Guide, address ..
cannot, be tolerated and ==
\ by the com-
_. 'JJJj The champion economist of the Nineteenth uination of the oil with the hypophoe.phlte Wholesale Dealers In CHAPMAN & CO
.... century lives in Fulton county, Ga. He has is much more efficacious. tt'p. MADISON 1ND
,.....".", and gloves made from his
r L? his own hair EccuTkitla as a flesh producer.
' ); => Indian River Oysters
- .. P
'.,.,: Pine City W T.. claim to have the smallest Persons gain rapidly while taking It.SCO'l'l"S ., THE

-- c living woman. She is 27 years old, twenty- '
;- : 1 nine inches tall and weighs thirtythreepounds. EMULSION is acknowledged by 1-1 FISH:
Physicians to be the Finest and Best
\ :: in the world for the relief and core of ( AUTOHTICSELPKIMMJN
!i'r i-' A Texan who is blind, deaf, crippled and CONSUMPTION Green Turtle and Game. 1

"> offered $1,000 to SCROFULA,
': ;;(; stage would marry him and he any had received woman nine who GENERAL DISEASES: DEBILITY, WASTING CD Sf All orders wi11l'eceh., whether prompt by telegraph and careful, attention 1

.' applicants in two weeks.At EMACIATION letter or person. 17
itt a young men's debating club in Red The 4 1
great remedy for Consume tia and
'f "'l 4 Bluff, CaL, the following question was discussed pasting in Children. wt4 can make SS.tiO per
f Sold by aU Dni99.Tlltt' AD E NeTS f>ajprofit selling our AND
. .. : HDocs a chimera ruminating (n ALBUMS. We beat the
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: World for low prtce A
IH r .. vacuum devour second intentions" It broke c::> ICED 1'IALMI ..UOTOf'UAI-UAL' ir>>:

y up the club. oH 83lO Embossed padded sides., Kud eUtres,'exten Perpetual Evaporators
At Scottdale, Pa., the other <1:1ya brakeman OO-4I stun clasp, holding .32 pages of Cabinet and Card
I: pictures sent for SI 00,retails for $U3:boned also
., >- fell between the cars of a moving train. PillsFOR in Japaneese Morocco. Illustrated circulars llREE
- $ O of theahOTcand f INEK "* -- '
He counted sixteen cars and a caboose as they fill -STYLUS OF:- AND THE
, 11: r passed over him and then jumped up and FOl''hf"t'! ".. Mefnkln.

" J.:{ took his place again at the brakes He was 4 r -Clncinnati.- Ohio. Improved Victory Cane Mill?

':; < not.scratched.At TORPID LIVER. 0Io AGEMTS[ double sellingonr their BRASS money: \

{ :,.. Plymouth, Mass., workmen whilo sinkIng A torpid liver deranges the wholo sys unshed CorrugatedREFLEG1fdn OUR SPECIALTIES.Also .
Y : a well found about ten feet below the tern, and produces SAFETY LAMP.
, ;: .
t., surface numerous large timbers that are sup- Sick Headache r ..) Can b A foM in every family '.fliresCofTee Portable Soda Fountains.
ej t": posedv/o have been portions of a bridge built Isri I 8 more Hght than three ordinary ituaps.
Lame sent by Expre for
.i.;: early In the last century. The timbers are Dyspepsia, Costiveness, Rheumatism thirty centll. 1'e al'lo have the'best l:8.: Prices Low and Goods Guaranteed.C. .
."";j only very slightly decayed, I 8fo1lin Pot in the 1]. ?.
:",{.J Sallow Skin and Piles. Wa-c i tFSend for illustrated circulars to
" An Easton, Pa., woman bought a pair of :\0 FOR5HCE&McMAKlN.CIncfnnatl.O t

; X 3 shoes and at home found a small purse nest- There is no better remedy for these II. SCOTT, .
ling in the toe of one of them. It contained common disease than Tutt'a Liver
; ..\{ Fills, as a trial will P.rlce,2ic. .
prove. .
5 fl, OOin negotiable bonds. Sbe found the Geo. E. Chase EASTERNHAIRDRESSING .
1m ..,
f:: owner, who refused to believe she bad lost Sold Everywhere.

I, the bonds at first but was soon convinced.An SALOON.If .
;;, .
: .rq: assistant to a Connecticut plumber ..f. '.. ". "" Chandler
Y r' KIrM' Ship want a clean and shave
easy ,
- :--r ; poured a small quantity of water into a pot m .
of hot leads In order to satisfy a doubt in his > As clean as barber evergave, .
} Just call at saloon
on me
: mind as to what the effect would be. He I CURE my '
At morning afternoon.
.F??,t, .,I wasn't seriously injured but is likely to carry Boat and Vcsslc Supplies, all kinds eve, or

"t.,.;j-:; reminder of the experiment to the grave Patent Anchors, Chains, Blocks, I'll cut and comb your hair with graceTo .

(< with him. K Canvass, Galvanized Wire suit the contour of fnce- ;
i f A IJ Hope, all sizes, Tents, your ; :
' Thirty-flveyears George Woodruff To I'll
ago Ladders you give a good shampoo '
of Litchfield, Conn., cut his initials on the IWhen I Paints Spruce 1-2 The art of which is known to few.
Coppci gal's, gal's, qts.
:;:flrjl"v limb of an apple tree. They disappeared in Q Spur Varnish, gal's, 1.2 gal'sqtspts.
tT. time, but when the tree was cut down andsplit / Oils and Leads, all kinds. My scissor's sharp, my razor's keen,

, into firewood sot along ago the initials do F. VT. DEVOE CO'S READY MIXED PAINTS, My shop is a ways neat and clean, ':
were found four inches from the surface perfectly I say CURB I do not mean merely to And every thing I'm sure vou'll find,
1 distinct. stop them for a time,and then have them return In fact anything for Building orSailiup boats. To suit the taste and please The mind.
In the little town of Arvesnes, in France, I have made the disease of Hart's Block 90 East Bay St.,
And now to all who patronize intend
there And only are forty-two throe young young f men marriageable who are candidates girls- FITS, EPILEPSY or .I hC I H JACKSONVILLE. FLA.PIANOS. Just come along and bring yoVr friend,
If And I I will
for matrimony, and one of these has FALLINGSICKNESS, -.S assure you try
My to satisfy.
t:1td very mayT
proved so recreant to horns influence that he
.; A life-long study. I WARRANT my remedy to
is about to marry a girl belonging to a neighboring CURB the worst cases. Because others have
failed no reason for not nowreceh'1ng cure. CO H
village. 8 If dealer he ha the W.
any say L.Don lad
Send at once for a treatise and a FREE BOTTLE OJ Shoes
name and price
Some time Mattie Fennell, a of INFALLIBLE REMEDT. Give Expressand GOd itampea 01
ago young my the bottom, put him down a* a trau .
woman of Santa Barbara, CaL, had some Post Office. It costs you nothing for a
trial, and it will cure you. Address 1-3
lemon juice accidentally spilled over her
hair on one side of the head. Since then the H.Q. ROOT,M.C.,183 PEARL ST..NEW YCBK & Vhhti' M4t.a.x _, 1

hair on that side has become perfectly white, >8 .

ir and the ends of the hair curl, as though .
treated with a curling iron r'1TI ;wx #:. }

John Simmons, of Galveston found a good P&H

.sized pearl in a dish of raw oysters a few .... _
days since. He placed the pearl in a collar \ i! z i
....... =
box In his bedroom. Two days later he found "1 1:1 tf $ g
r F ti
;.... .r. i, ,
the pearl a soft grayish mass with a red het Itie )''r i
center. If a finger is placed on the pearl it eh1A1. /
becomes hard and the red spot disappears.
/ Q s1R11 ''aI kpr
A St. Louis suicide wrote: "I am 62 years H

old. In eight years I would have been 70, 4 SURE CVBK FOB S .

an old, dilapitatod, tottering fossil I have CHILLS &ague FEVER., 0 ; ;

played the world out, and it don't owe me a ouwo =

cent. I've had more fun than a mule in acorn *"
field, and I've got enough. Therefore I i TI b'ltJ -

will cheat the of and tha t 4 j 1.b1+W' + 'k .....
time to come."course nature jump p : I1 OO, I" WI) 1 '<:i/t; ;

A Norwegian wood chopper near Carson I I I I I I 1 \ Sh O..4

City, Nev.,made an ingenious uso of au accident l l s 02P SHOE FOR
He discovered a leak in ono of the ll IS i $3 GENTLEMEN.

mains of the water company,where a jet was .Ro YOUR HOME Beat In the world. Examine his
forced out under enormous pressure. After Y1ALJtE R5.OO GENUINE HANI>-HKWKD HIIOE.
experimenting he found that this would cut IS NOT FURNISHED 83.5O POLICE ASH FAn nU't'! SHOE.
wood' equal to a fine saw, so he set to work IS CALLED TKE K3.5O EXTRA VALUE CALF SHOE.

And now makes handsome brackets of choice Wonderful. Chill and Fever Expeller = IY 83.00 83.25 and WOKKINGMAN'S 81.75 1JOYS SCIIOOf.SIIOK. SHOES ,

woods which find a ready sale. It cures the chills and fever, ton s up the system, r' WITHOUT ONE. All made In Congress, Button and Lace.

I J. W. Smith, of Pittsburg, has recently recovered gives apjwtite, bringing strength und health to the CD 17 SAVANNAH Ga., Nov. 1, 1S88. W. L. DOUGLAS

from trance after beipg unconscious I Forty Thousand Southern Home made
a ,
Lippman Brother, Wholesale Druggist, happy with fine instruments gince 1S7O.aiix S3 SHOE FOR
lIe first Lt
for three weeks. experienced I LADIES. .
still! the good work goes on.
sensations as though he wero in a dream. sole manufacturers and proprietors, Lipp- = 3KJl Piano and Organs sold last year. Best material. Beat Style. Best Fitting 1

This condition lasted several days when ho mann block, Savannah, Ga. IiJd 02 : 5XHotir mark for this year.Lower Prices; If not,sold DOUGLAS.your dealer BItOCKTON.write MASS

lost consciousness and was pronounced dead Hotter Instruments; Easier Terms and
greater Iiitltiecjiientjwill gala us this In* FOR SALE BY
and his funeral arranged for. Signs of life creased sale.Thouoiauds.

were afterward detected In him, and he was a-c of Homos yet migiipplied with
kept alive by hypodermic injections of brandy mJ FRP1P1 Instrument tint might to-dr.y fee enjoying C. J. HECTOR
== .
and beef tea. d them through our easy system ofeelling.0.tsil .
to pay down not needed. We hare Melbourne, Fla
oc A PLAN by wIiich WITHOUT KIMi, any
ACCIDENT AND FAME. (Prickly Ash Poke Boot and Potassium.) oue can obtain nn Instrument of any.Otyle
or Prleo, iitnkinK cither 3IONTI1LY, SOTICE.
Gray's first published verses attracted no S. until paid for, uieauwhile enjoying use of IN COFXTY COURT, I Whereas, Par-

Attention. SYPHILIS Instrument.! Dade County, Fin. J} thenia F. Dim-
:,0 cxtorttumitc: prices. NoKWs. No For-
; When Sterne finished "Tristram Shaudy" >OO-4I feilure of all cash! paid if Installments can ick has applied Letters of Administration -
,, he offered it to a publisher for l:5O.: but the Primary Secondary,and Tertiary Syphilis,Srphilitic r tC not Le promptly paid. Contract perfectly cum testamento annexo en tho
r offer declined. Eruptions Scrofula and Scrofulous Eruptions FAIR and rWUTAHLC. protecting purchasers -
r. Ulcers and Old Sores. Rheumatism and from all imposition or losi. estate of Moore \V. Dimick, deceased,
: Milton received 5 for "Paradise Lost" all diseases of the blood ; nil those that hue late of said county of Dade: These are,
Write and will the
< point out toget
oCD u* we way
with the promise of the same sum as soon as resisted other treatment yield steadily and surelyto therefore, to cite and admonish all and
the wonderful power of P.P. P., the great a fine Instrument Easily and at a I.ow
1,800 copies had been sold. Blood Purifier. singular the kindred and creditors of said
Ptice"ondrrnl bargains for Fall 1888.
r A sentence uttered by Moliere's grandfatherled deceased to be and appear before this.

the young man to turn from a life of SCROFULA Better than any before offered. Prices Court on or before the 18th day of)Iarch,.

dissipation and prepare for the stage. Largely Rednced. Notice these SPECIAL A. D. 18S9, and file objections if any

t Sir Roger Achsam was Induced to write Is an impurity causing in the Running blood, Bores producing on the Lumps Arms or, ....tI --t- OFFERS: they have, to the granting letters a
The Schoolmaster," the work on which his Legs, or Feet, for the cure of which use P. P. P., e-- == Upright Piano Only $200 aforesaid, otherwise the saute will bo
lama chiefly rests, by a friend who heard him the greatest blood medicine on earth. All these granted as prayed. 4
denounce the of diseases yield readily to the power of P. P. P., ...... '% Oct1sO"erstrun ScaleThreeS.ringersewcx ,
4r in vigorous terms, practice giving new life and new strength. Cfo '!-Folly Guaranteed Witness my name as County Judge of
flogging In schooL CO Sweet Ton Catalogue Price,8000. the county aforesaid, this 21st day of

Cowley became a poet by accident; ho got 'BLOOD POISON '-- Par r Organ : Only $65Four January, 18S9.
ff hold of a copy of Spenser's "Faery Queen" P- ALLEY E. HEY ER, ,

f when but a boy, and so deeply was he im- Cored in its worst form ; sometimes In cases with Sets, Ueeds-11 StopsCouplersllaadsoia. 41-Gwts. County Judge.
pressed with its beauties that be made poetrya Erysipelas,where the patient Wad in Eternal Pain Czue. Catalogue Price$200.
and given no by tte: bhjsicians. In some caceaScrofulous Stool Cover Instructor Music Book
study, and finally dedicated himself wholly ,
Ulcers broke out till the party was a NOTICE.All .
t I to the muses. mass of corruption; a bottle of P. P. P. wasprocured and all Freight Paid.

Shakespeare's wild ways when a youth ,and wo disease yielded quickly. ..: South Other to Special choose Offer jut TEX as good.GEAXD Largat MAKERSa Stock persons having claims agnin the
t .estate oi Susan P. Kussell, late of Dre
brought him into disgrace in his town, caus- Dfftrent Sly:: Can suit all buyfn. Write
ing him to abandon his trade of wool cardingAnd RHEUMATISM ... .,. '.;' \will for catalogues,circular,aad tree Copy of our new yard county.FlorhJ ,cJeceued. are hereby '
i to join a company of players. This accident paper .Sharps and Fut,"gliligjull and taZuaNc required to present!!! them properly
And in aD Affections of the Blood,P.P.P.stands : authenticatedithhi the time
and next information. prescribed
made him first an actor a _
unrivaled and of ita
and cares
alone ,. cone are ,1'I
writer of plays. really wonderful. by, law, to the Honorable Miner S.

Daniel De of established If you suffer from anything like Syphilis,Scrofula ..... > .r' REMEMBEROUR LOW PRICES. .Tones, County Judge of said county, or
Foe was an author Blood Poison Ulcers, Old Sores, Rheumatism ... *
--- OUR EASY TKR31S. to the undersigned or this notice'will
reputation when he "Robinson Cra- ;,'. wJ.
wrote tho blood be
or any disease of sure and ., ONE
stand in tarot aid all
P.P. P. trial. rayment; per-/
roe, yet the manuscript of the tale went rive I > .
P. P. Ash Pole Koot. and Potes- :. UANDSOaiB OUTFITS. Indebted to said estate are '
rounds would P. (Prickly _.1 I ,'. > sons required
of nQono
the but k"
publishers, slum)is no secret patent medicine like the manyon : BEST INSTRUMENTS.ALL to make immediate settlement with. tho
Print it. Finally terms were crrangea with the.1IW'ket. Its formula is on every bottle, .rA ,, FREIGHT PAID. .
ft bookseller, who agreed to bring out the thus thin a guarantee of ita purity and wholeBomeness ; <' 15 DAYS,TRIAL. undersigned. .
work as a speculative enterprise. He made that no other blood purifier does give. t : MONEY SATED ALL. S. II. RAY,

over 1,000 guineas out cf the job, but what cole 7' : Administrator oi the estate of. Susan
Broa.wboieuIe Druggist manu :
1' f" P.lfnssell deceased lit nsvUle Florida
tho ; ,
author got is ur facturers and prrprietors Lirpn : n block, Savannah ; 9Jnr. \
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LOCAL, LACONICS.Two -Read the Marion Fidler Dramatic I -i Ir. Sidney Quinby,of Chappaqua,

,:' thousand choice 'two-year-ok: Company's advt. in next column.A N. Y., is a guest at Mr. Edward S. Quin

,lemon and ten thousand orange' buds for cutting affray took place at Wal by's Aurantia. The Peoples'sOn Cash Bazar

.\gale by E. Wiley, Titusville-, Fla. ker's Hall last Saturday night, the event Bingley's Circus arrived and left yes- .

-Mr. F. S. Higgins, pf Merritt, was being a jubilee among the colored people. terday, giving one entertainment in the ,

in town last Saturday.Dr. The participants were Henry Hamiltonand afternoon, It was largely attended by; '

j G. W. ,Holmes, ,of City Point, John Williams. The result-Henry people from all parts of the river, nearly
Hamilton cut Williams near the heart seven hundred persons being under the
eras yesterday. Corner next to Railway Depot Titusville. .
and the wound is considered very serious. canvas. The manager realized about$450 r.
-Messrs. Fosterand.Arnell, of Orchid, J
s The assailant is under arrest awaiting his cash. The showmen conducted themselves -

were i in town, on Monday.Mrs. trial. in a creditable manner, but the For Cash-Button hole twist, lc., full 100yd.;; black silk thread 3c.; spool cot.
Chas. Rhodes returned to town ton 2c. best brass pins 4c. American pins IJc. socks Oaf&
,- features were not quite to the price ; ; pkg.; 4c. up; good note paper
-Dr. E. S. has up
Wiley just purchaseda
6 sheets lc. black ink3c. best machine
from Sanford on Saturday. ; ; oil3c.; hammocks 80c. to$1:32; scissors 4c!
magnificent Knabe asked; but, all in all, it was as good as to 32c. whisk brooms 12
grand piano (par ; 5c.; suspenders, to 20 c.; Island City knitting cotton 2c.
-Ir. E. Heyser was in town Satur- lor size), which is expected to arrive daily. could be expected for so sparsely settled Flannel Shirts from 75c. to $1.25; crochet quilts, bed spreads, buttons, bustles,stationery ;

day, on his way to Lake Worth. An addition to his cottage has also been country. blacking-brushes, towels, napkins, cartridges fact, anything you want,
at the People's Cash Bazaar cheaper than you ever bought before.
-IIrs. A. Ml Wesson returned to
our made, adding several rooms to his residenceandimprovingtheapPearanceof -
town on last Friday afternoon's train. the Marion Fidler Dramatic Co. r

-Mr.:Eugene Brainerd,of Eau Gallie, building very much. Mr. L. R. Decker NEW STOCK OF GOODS TO ARRIVE ABOUT THE TWELFTH.

was. in.,town Tuesday and Wednesday. had charge of the work. The Doctor

1 -Mr. J. E. McCleny, of Palatka, was should now certainly be very happy. New and Resplendant Wardrobe. It +
it worth coming 100 miles to see.
registered at the Grand View last Friday.We -Captain C. F. Fischer carried out a
Positively Coming Titusiillc on FAIR WARNING TO ALL.
'- had the pleasure of a call from large party of ladies gentlemen last
and Date Advertised.A .
Mr. A.;L. Hatch, of City Point, Monday.Gov. Saturday afternoon in the schooner yacht Day '
Ellie. Everyone enjoyed the sail Holiday of Rest and Recreation .
W. H. Gleason, of Eau Gallie, very
much. We regret that we could not be Everybody should see this Great PB.JCES: AB.E: G-C>:J:1VGTO DB.OP.
this office call Tues-
gave a pleasant on
with the party, the Captain having remembered Company.Everything. ..
I us with a pressing invitation. New. I-
-Mr. W. McGill and wife, of Chat- ; Captain Fischer left with his schoonerfor If You Don't Want to Get Hurt "Stand from under." 33
It has been and is the of
ham Ont. visitors to town last many
were, our
x Rockledge yesterday morning. disreputable companies to secure ordinary -

Saturday.Mr. -Captain Paddison resigned charge of attraction, and then by vain-glorious 0
Saunders has about completed a the steamer l last and announcements, try to bolster up the THE FLORIDA INTERN TIONAL AND SEMITROPICAL EXPOSITION
Rockledge Friday
weakest of all weak concerns. It
Oliver & very
new lighter or pontoon near
Captain Mercier has taken his place. We has always been our expensive policyto

Budge's lumber yard. learn that Captain Paddison is interestedin give a First-Class Entertainment,

-Mr. J. H. Sams, of Courtney, was in working up an independent line of and that is the reason we have had
town Monday attending to the affairsof such a glorious success all over the
on steamers which will shortly be placed on /-
United States. The manager of our hal -
our public schools. the river. It is rumored that Mr. P. deserves credit for securing this Comp- -- e Talu'

-The STAR is only $1.50 per annum, McQuaid, of Jacksonville, is interestedin any, who will appear at

including postage. Single copy, 5c., at the enterprise, and that there plenty TITUSVILLE,

this office or at Dixon & Gray's drug of capital to back it up.

1 -M. E. Church South Pvev. Charles Oil I MoMay i ? May & f etetoy, rIb

-=Mr. Aaron Kratz, who resides near Temple will preach as follows until fur- Feb. llth, 12th $ 13th. Lxk

Doylestown, Pa., gave us a call on Satur- ther notice: First Sunday of each monthat !t l 1H

day. He intended taking an extended La Grange 11 a. in., Titusville 7:30 p. This Company also carries with them ..

trip down Indian River. m.; second Sunday Titusville 11 a. m. A Splendid Brass Band. \
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-Mr. S. F. Travis, of Cocoa, was in and 7:30 p. m; third Sunday at Minis 11 a. .
This is what the Orlando Sentinel
says: r Y 1'1 y } tot
town to to the m., Titusville 7:30 p. m.; Fourth-Sundayat
Monday, present County "The Marion Fidler Dramatic Company t ,
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Commissioners fur approval his bond as Titusville 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; appeared here at. the Opera House for tttlZ2tt&vP9*** *i1* '*7AJ"I>*'*MI ***"'

'Justice of the Peace for the Third District.Mr. Fifth Sunday at Shiloh 11 a. m. and 7:30 three nights to crowded houses. Our h 1. N / 4 t tWILL I'I
p. m. Services held in the Court house people were never so well pleased as with :
\ and Mrs.\ Connor, of Trenton, at Titusville.Dr. this excellent company. They had to

N. J., who have' been stopping at lIrs.Decker's promise to visit ,us again. A bettercompany
OPEN AT OGALA,.JAN. 29th, CLOSES MA Fist, 1889.
Huntington'held Commu- don't wish
,for some time past, left here Holy we to see.Y'c can
yesterday for Melbourne and Lake nion service at the Episcopal church on highly recommend them" wherever they

Worth. / Sunday. There was a very fair attendance may choose. to visit -
and the rev. gentleman, before ad- Fa G. :aUC .A..B.A.Y k
-Send your orders to S. II. Ray for
ministering Holy Communion, deliveredone .
common. pine orange boxes, at 15 cents ;
poplar 16 cents; hoops. '75 cents per 100: of his usual excellent sermons, (Formerly of the firm of Huckabay & Budge,) k
which was listened to with marked attention '.
10x10 wraps 14 cents per ream; 11x11
!by the who
15 cents. congregation.Those ViII [ Stock of -
Open a Large
have not heard Dr. Huntington woulddo w cvyr
-lIessrs.1fred Bishop Mason and Mason ROYAL Rowo
well to attend morning or evening asitdTtir !?
Young, of the Jacksonville, Tampaand service at the Episcopal church on Sundays iti
Key West system, made a trip to t ArF Furniture and BeddingIn
at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday
Lake Worth the Lucie
on steamer St.(
,- school at 3 o'clock p. m.
last Friday.

=The Cleo started down the river -Mr. J. ''. Coleman, president of the ii; ?'si January at their old stand, and solicits the patronage of all his

Jacksonville, Tampa and Key West Rail-
friends the river. 36
Monday afternoon to carry the mails on on
one day in town last I
way pent our
the Melbourne and relieving
t Jupiter route, -
week. A number of our most prominent
the steamer St. Lucie from stopping
at all the mail.landing \ business men called upon him, and were WE CALL THE ATTENTIONOf

greatly pleased with him, both as a gentleman

-J. A. Durst, of Crescent City, the courteous and kind, and a; a 4KI$0 the people of Indian River to our stock of Goods, 9

pioneer well-sinker of the State of Flori- railroad manager of broad views and anx- which we are offering at very close margin.We .

da, is now driving a well in front of Mr. ious to build up the country and the in- make a specialty of tit

Hutchinson's new hotel, Titusville. For terest of his road. He promised to give f

information, address box 211. Titusville more warehouse room, whichis Groceries Grain Hay and Flour i

-Messrs. China and Redding have so much needed, and which will be a POWDER ,

commenced work on the new City very great convenience to our merchants.Mr. .

Wharf, and when completed the T pier- Coleman greatly admires our beautiful Absolutely Pure. On which we will give special inducements. We carry a large stock of

head will be nearly abreast the Canning Indian River, and predicts for it great GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS BOOTS AND SHOES HATS AND CAPS ETC. K
This powder never varies. A marvel of purity z
Company's building on the railroad development in the near futureandthat strength, and wholpsomeuesa. More economicalthan
tho ordinary kinds and cannot be sold in low Those shoes will find it to
wharf. the management of the Jackson- competition with the multitude of low teat short Which we are offering at figures. needing greatly
alum Sold incans their interest to give us a call as we are selling shoes very low.
ville and West weight or phosphate powders. only
Tampa Key Railwaywere
We hear Mr. Mackenzie has rented
Royal Baking Powder Co.. lOa Wall Street, W will be pleased tq quote prices at any time.
Tropical Restaurant to Mr.McDonald, looking more to the future than to New York. V

who will take possession in a few days. present remuneration, and would do all E. L. BR..A.DYROBBINS -.

Mr. and Mrs. McKenzie expect to start they could to rapidly develop the coun- GRAND VIEW HOTEL .

for their Banana River place to stay for try. Mr. Coleman has won the hearts of -. ---- ---

while. our people, and we vote him the "free- & GRAHAM
dom of the city," and hope he will find
-Miss Theodosia Swain, who has been
time to visit often our town and lovely -
on a lengthened visit to her sister, Miss

Swain, left on this morning's train for Indian River. Tie lost centrally located Hotel in City.

her home at Lakeland, Fla., much to the -At the invitation of Mr. L. C. Oliver, -0- REAL ESTATE BROKERS & LOAN AGENTS. t

regret of her many little friends in Titus- quite a pleasant little party gathered NEW HOUSE. FIRST-CLASS IN

ville. together on Saturday afternoon for the EVERY RESPECT. w

-Miss A. Burr has just finished a purpose of taking a trip to Melbourne in t
very Open all the year round. Table Unsur- LANDS: BOUGHT: AND SOLD.
the steamer Cleo, which started from the
pretty oil-painting on satin, and we un- passed. Bath Rooms Free.

derstand Mrs. L. H. Decker is the happy railway wharf at three o'clock, arrivingat Loans Negotiated on First Class"Security at from 12 to 24 per cent.
possessor of this work of art, it having Melbourne at nine o'clock p.m. The Rates, 82.:>0 & $3.OO per Da) .

been presented to the above-named lady following morning, at nine o'clock-tbe SPECIAL RATES PER WEEK. Choice lots in rapidly growing Towns, will net investors 100 percent
in twelve months.
weather all that could be desiredall .
Miss Burr being -
by on Tuesday.A
J. A. MILLER, Proprietor. Residence lots in Titusville from $20 up to $1000.
partyof 1 five registered at the Grand present paid a visit to the ocean Business lots from $250 to $2,500.
beach, where the party promenaded the J. PRITCIIARD. President.
View Hotel last Thursday, consisting of
.4 Messrs. G. S. Miles and M. J. Hogan, of sands, inhaled the health-giving ozone \Y. M. BROWN,Cashier. Agents for Florida Southern Railway Lands
wafted Old and other-
across Neptune,
Montreal ; Mr. A. R. McConnell, of St.
wise enjoyed themselves to their heart's INDIAN RIVER BANK.
John; Mr. J. W. Stewart, of Chicago, then More than 3,000,000 Acres of Choice Lands, located in nearly every
wended their
content. ;They
and Mr. G. Trevor Spencer, of England.Mr way county in the State suitable for Farming, Grazing, Fruit and Vegetable
homewards Melbourne
leaving at one Titusville, Florida.A .
W. H. Churchill, of New York, o'clock and arriving at Titusville at Growing-Pine, Cypress and Cedar Timber, price $1 per Acre and
arrived in town last Friday, for a day or seven o'clock Sunday evening, all well upwards.P.

so to be spent on Indian River. This is pleased with their pleasant outing, for SACTED. 0. Box 250 Titusville, Florida. -
and sold.
Exchange bought Special and
the first time in several years that he has which the thanks of the party were prompt attention given to collections. Loans ,.

visited Indian River and was quite astonished tendered the owner of the Cl*">. With negotiated Hanks,Corporations on first and mortgage Individuals.for Savings Inter- A. A. STEWART, GEO. M. BOBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM.

at the improvements in that the exception of the ladies Oe ilg just a est allowed on time deposits. Clerk Circuit Court. Atty.-at Law. M. D-
time. Advances made upon available collateral.
little "sun-burnt" and "sleepy" after the

Be and theMarion Fidler all voted 'it Approved business paperJdiscounted. BREVARD ABSTRACT COMPANY.
sure see trip, as being a delightful OF TITLE
Drafts all of
on parts Europe.
in' their of 'Di- those
Dramatic Company 'play excursion. Among present wereMr.
vorce," at Wages Hall next Monday and Mrs. L. C. Oliver and children, Business done at Jacksonville rates. | Complete Abstracts of Title furnished to all lands IB nrev -
"Fanchion" will be Tues- Every favor,consistent-with sound: rd Florida.
+ evening. played Miss Rose Ryal (of Forsyth, Georgia), county '
day evening and "St. Patrick's Eve" ,banking, cheerfully extended. .
Jr.. and Mrs. W M. Brown Dfis L. -
'" Titles
and Perfected
Wednesday evening. Reserved seat tick l ;
Pritchard Mr. F Budge and Mr..and CORRESPONDENTS:Bank of Jacksonville, "
eta only 75 cents, and can be had at Birn-. Jacksonville, Fla.; The Seaboard :National '
baum's Clothing store. Mrs. S. Happersett. Bank,New York. 23 Box 25O, Titusville/Fla,

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