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 14, 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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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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: Cocoa. luxuriantly on every side. Visitors, to Melbourne.' S. Fee, Mr. C. J. Hector, Mrs. D. H. Lake Worth.
,\' Will Black, of City Point,.visited appreciate this Land of Flowers, should A little fine weather last week, for Valentine, :Miss: May Valentine Dr. W. Good weather. ,' I

1 Mirna week. .. certainly call Mr. Hatch and P. DuBose Misses *:: and Susie Du.
cot.. :".oJ'. ( last upon see. which we are devoutly thankful.A I May A northwester the 27th ult.
his lovely place. I Bose 3Ir. Robert DuBose W. Haskell
\ Taesday night a pleasant little im.promptu ,
I'4 4ex On large lot of furniture arrived last The Ina came in from the 28th
\ La'..'9 dance at Hill's Hall took place. The Hotel Indian River looked very week for Miss Allen and Mr. Hector.Mr. DuBose Miss Gracie 31. Ely, Mr. and ult. -
!l { r' Mrs. W. J. Nesbitt Mrs. J. S. Goode
11l1 3I ifs Emma Sutton, of New York, is lively as one entered it on Tuesday night C. T. McBride has been clearinghis ,
; Weather pleasant and rain scarce just
Miss Gracie V. Goode Mr. Chas R. Far. .
f rIt' / fisiting her sister, Mrs. R. N. Andrews. of this week. A delightful progressive: land preparatory to putting out trees. ,
; Miss M. E. Beach and John B.
; ren,
[ Mrs. Battenfield of Delaware euchre party, given by ,Mrs. C. E. Hum- now.The
!Ir. and The frame of Mr. J. H. Phillip's kitchen Beach, E-q. Illinois arrived from the B. I, Eon .
bert, of Brooklyn N. Y., and Mrs Vim. :
the recent arrivals at City ,
: among is and the is
0y up, building being en- U. D'ONOHU. the 28th ult.
.. R. Stone, of Duluth, Min.: was in full ; closed. .
: "'' Joint. with about eight tables in Postoffice Inspector Comard and daughter
:: sway, use.
i;i" Bey- James Bolton held religious ser- The first prize seemed likely to be won i Mr N. Downey-and :Mr. and Mrs. Met- Proceedings of the COUlltCommIHsionCl'S. arrived on the 27th ult.]

<; f both morning and night, at Cocoa, calf Lucie last
made St week
' rice!, a trip to on
by :Miss Peyton, while Mr. Andrew Lee 1 The Emily B. came in from Jackson-
.!'fcstSunday.\ the Annie H.
1'.; was making desperate efforts to carry off! Board convened Monday, February 4, ville on the 7th with a full cargo. <
" i'- Jlisa Insie Rogers, of Orange City, L. K. Smith has his saloon in
the oyster
"booby prize. The orchestra of the 1889, pursuant to adjournment. Members Secretary Barton, of the Lake Worth

( jla., is in Cocoa;;ain, visiting her friend hotel was playing charmingly, so that running order, and furnishes residents present, Robert Morrow, P. A. Mc.- and Jupiter Railroad, arrived the 27th..

-..",...f,...,,;: I jfiss Julia Roberts.Mrs. those who cared to dance could indulgein and others with splendid oysters.Mr. Millan, J. M. Sanders, A. J, Carter, withA. ult.

.....C..,;: A. L. Hatch and her son, their favorite amusement. The hotelis Charles H. Stewart has bought
a A. Stewart, Clerk, and J. E. Bowman, The Episcopal Church lot is cleared

,:;"G:-: Frank, of City Point, were welcome filling up fast, and we noticed that corner lot on New Haven avenue, nextto Sheriff: The following business was had, and the stone on the ground for the foun-

"Mf' ; visitors at this place on Saturday.The many of the guests were those who had the property of S. F. Gibbs, Esq. to wit: dation.

.. Cocoa Literary Society is in a spent other seasons in Florida with Mr.
The real estate agency firm of Metcalf W. F. Smethie was appointed Road Judge Hoaglund has had more of his
y .-- flourishing condition, and gives enjoyment Lee at the Hotel Indian River. Dr. J. & Gibbs have dissolved
partnership, we Commissioner for District No. 13 in placeof west side land cleared and put in shapefor

jN 7 ,to many every Friday night, P. Logan and wife, of Atlanta, Ga., camea are told. Mr. Gibbs will continue in the S. J. Field, failed to accept. cultivation. -

4 :'ei A number of guests are pleasantly en- few days ago, and will remain through business. Clinton P. Honeywell and Andrew
}{ : Over forty boarders at 'the Cocoanut
;:1" :: teitained by Captain and Mrs. Sharpe, at season. Dr. Logan's high reputationas Mrs Captain Wilder, Mrs. Cecil and Gulbransen were appointed Road Com- Grove House, and the new hotels are also
is well known in the
the Rocky Point House, City Point. a physician too Miss Linda Cecil were in town Fridayand missioners for District No. 14 in place of well patronized.
South be commented but
Mr. G.V.. Shallcro, the fruit and to upon, we Saturday, calling on some of their H. H. Milton and E. J. Davis, failed to
must congratulate. Lee in having Dr. Capt. 0. S. Porter is setting out an or- -
commission merchant of New friends. accept.
.:i vegetable Logan with him. Mr. Leggett of St. ange grove on his West Side place., opposite -
The bills audited aud
"f.. left for the interior of the State following were
; York, Messrs. Lucian P. Mitchell and G. W.
, ; t Louis, Mo., who is said to be the largest Palm Beach.
/: "Jast week. Hervey of Jamestown N. Y. and Mr.McCall ordered paid:
tobacco manufacturer in the world with ,
.':-..' Rev. J. M. Mulford and wife are calling -
. f..i:' Jlr. J. M. Lee came up to Cocoa on his wife and daughter, Miss Ella, are of Bath, N. Y., are stopping at D. L. Futch, Inspector of Election, on and getting acquainted with their

hI;!,,;; Saturday afternoon with a pleasant the Goode House. $1.23; R. Morrow, cash expended, $8.50;
guests at the hotel, and will remain for new neighbors around the lake.
party from the Hotel Indian River at some week Captain Wilcox and Mrs. Wilcox and J. S. Bell, Inspector of Election, $1.25;
Oliver & Budge, hardware, $6.65.:; ; David Captain Hughes ran down from Jupiter -
Rockledge. Mr. R. W. Beaujean and family have
'" Sloan of Election $5.75Mrs.. with his Naptha steamer and contentson
Inspector ,
f K. Wood has made Feb. 21st. will be moved over the river to their ;
3Ir. 0. quite an On Thursday next, places at L. D. Laney, feeding prisoners. $22.00. the 28th ult., and returned the 29tli.

improvement in the appearance of his performed, at Wager's! Hall, Titusville, Melbourne Beach.

;rr! store by the erection of a broad piazza "The Loan of a Lover" and "Ici on Parle McCormick, brother of C. H. Mc.- Petition of :3Iessr Weed Macomberand While lying at anchor off the Cocoanut r 7
Grove House, the Iduna in
'f and street lamp.Mr. Francais." The characters are all amateurs Cormick, of Lake Worth, has engagedrooms others for a neighborhood road was capsized
the blow on the 28th ult. but
no damagewas
.._ ... H. J. Tiffin is having his house at and comprise Dr. W. S. Graham, at the Goode House for the season granted, described as follows: Commencing done.

'. 'i Courtney prettily painted in white, and :Messrs. W. M. Brown, H. F. Atkinsonand for himself and wife. at the point ofiptersection with Tur-
... .:. Mrs. W. M. key Creek and section line between sec- Rev. E. Heyser arrived home on- the
, / the around his house plantedout Chas. II. Walton ;
grounds We hear that E. P. Branch has sold
. .,'i Brown, Mrs. G. :M. Robbins, Mrs. J. P. tions 26 and 35, township 28, south range 5th. He was accompanied by Col. Kratz, '
; in fine bushes.
rose his stock of groceries, etc., to Messrs. Jer-
Turner and Mrs. Gruber. It is for the 37 east; thence east along said section of Pennsylvania, who only came to get. a I
emiah K. :Martin and who
d The captain of the steamer Mr. Weyth,
''' .i.,I new benefit of the Episcopal Church. We line, as nearly as practicable, to the coun- glimpse of us, and left on the 7th. I
.. will continue the business the
and at
Rockledge is pleasant popular, same
: very have confidence that it will be a ty road ; and the Road Commissioners of Alfred Smith, one of our old time mail
. ., bat all miss the bright smile and every please.
f..i. we ordered make
District No. 6 to
were ,
success so all who can get to Titusvilleon carriers, on his way from Key West to
: S.p1 hearty voice of Capt. Paddison. that evening should certainly attend Messrs. Alexander, with the Osprey, view and laout said road without expense the B. I. R., dropped in to see his many

t J' 1 Dr. Melvin M. Sams and wife, of Beau- the above entertainment. It is under returned Friday night from the Narrows, to the county, and make report of friends on the 26th, and left on the 27th.

<,..1 fort S. C. reached Courtney last Satur- and left again on Monday for a cruise up same to the Board.
.'..,.k- the management of l\Irs.\1. P. Robbin', Rev. A. B. Dilley came down on the 1st. +
Srt i.I-. day night. They came to visit their son, the Banana River and among the Thou: The County Treasurer was instructedto
Titusville.A / being accompanied by I. C. Martin of
,:".: Dr. Tillage B. Sams, at that place. sand Islands. take from the Building Fund $120
Marion, la., who is taking a look at Florida -

. w ; The parents of :Mr. J. II. Powell reached full and complete line of White H. E. McMillan brought up his sail- and place the same to the General Fund, while the blizzards are in session up

; y Cocoa last week, and will spend some and Fancy Shirts, Hosiery, Neckwear boat, the Breeze, from :Malabar, has her and this order shall be his warrant for in his State. '

'1>" ";01', time with their son. Mr. and Mrs. and Underwear at J. Birnbaum's.New hauled out and will thoroughly overhaul so doing. A great many of the railroad hands

'i{ Brush are visitors at Mr. Powell's, also. Shoes-all styles and all sizes- and refit her. He also has several bateaux The order passed on the 6th of Febru- who get discharged from or leave off

:f-: We are pleased to note that the severe direct from the manufacturer, at bottom to build. ary, 1888, consolidating the Justice Districts work m the railroad up at Jupiter come

his Mr. W. H. Whidden has returned from No. 1 and 2 was rescinded, and that
bruise which Mr. Joyner received on
:: .: ; prices, at J. Birnbaum's. < own this way so at present the supplyof
'.'t.> forehead from !he little steam launch ... Titusville with another fine mule, to be district re-established and that the bouflt}- laborers far exceeds the demand.

<: ; propeller, gave him no serious inconve Georginim. used in his drayage and wood business. aries of Justice Districts No. 1 and 2 be
.. Work N going on the railroad
nience. The steamers keep several teams goingto the same as defined by order passed the
r ; The house of Mrs. Hall is slowly being across from Jupiter to LkeVorth, but.
supply them with the amountof 5th day of September, 1887.
;. >. Capt. Ln. Gardener has come up from enclosed. necessary a little slowly] just now, as they are

..r.,..: the St. Lucie River to be at Rockledgefor Mr. Munson, near the postoffice, is fuel. The bids for building a bridge across waiting for the lighter with the iron.

..' .<.i the season, with his fine sloop yacht prepared to entertain visitors; also Dr. The Annie H. made her usual Satur- the Sebastian River are so indefinite that The road is all graded, and the ties are

.(.'.;r"'1i4;J Robinson Crusoe, which has just been and Peter Wittfeld. day excursions to East Melbourne. About the Board cannot take any action, therefore about all laid.

built for him by the Bessey boys. Capt. I. D. Hiscock, of Horti with a twenty-five people took a trip over to it is ordered that the time be extended Porter &. Potter report four sales of
until the first in March
.Pi Mr. A. Hildreth of Merritt, took Old Ocean. When the tramway over to Monday land and dll who intend
) ; Mr. Finley, of Pennsylvania, havkgone to parties to
and sealed bids will be received on or be-
i ;:'i some friends down the river for a fewdays' on an excursion trip to Lake Worth. Melbourne Beach is finished such excur- clear and improve at once.' One lot is
fore said first Monday in March, 1889.
little launch sions will be still mure pleasant, as the
)0'i cruise in his steam the six acres on the East Side at $125 an
The cool wet
i keeps vege- The bids must give some guarantee to
' 1 CUy of Columbus. They returned on long walk across will be done away with. acre, and all the rest were West Side lots
table crop back, yet on the higher ground satisfy the Board that the work will be
Monday and stoppeg for a few minutes there is a perceptible improvement.Capt. Melbourne has very good facilities in done according to specification.Order at $40 an acre.Preaching 1

at Cocoa, speaking in glowing terms of transportation now, the Rockledge mak- in the East Side schoolhouse '
of St. Peter 3Iinnne&ota,
"! No. 7 at the January meeting of
::i'.. their pleasant trip. with his daughter, is again a visitor here, ing six round trips per week to Titus- the Board was rescinded ordering the on the morning of the 3d. by Rev' '..

.'l'f'.n l On Sunday next, Feb. 17th, services stopping with his son, Albert Carter. All ville, the St. Lucie three round trips, Road Commissioners to work the old Ca- A. B. Dilley, and in the afternoon by .

':... will be held at St. Michael's Church, at and the Cleo three from Melbourne to Rev. J. ::\3Iulford.. Sunday school services -
) are glad to see him back again. trail, and instead the Road Com-
Cocoa, by Mr. S. Carpenter, Arch-I Jupiter and return. Beside these we have pron were also held at Geo. A. Gale's on
Mrs. Black is nearly ready for the erec- missioners are ordered and authorized to
:. deacon of Florida, in the morning at I the Annie H. and various other small the West Side, with a good attendance.C. .
.I" tion of her new dwelling near the post- mark, view and lay out a public road
10:30 o'clock standard time, and in the steamers coming here.A .
I S. Gragin, J. L. Cragin and George
office. Mr. E. Nelson has the contractfor commencing on township line between

T.S: afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, standard time. building, and the work will be well pleasant picnic and sail were en- townships 25 and 26, at the intersectionof Thompson arrived on the 27th ult. The

AH are cordially invited to attend.Mr. the of former is one of our big property owners
joyed on Monday, party consisting the public road, running south over

;" Tenn., done.Mr. Mrs. E. M. II. Allen and is improving his property and putting -
' John Butler, Chattanooga, Sanderson, of this place, has been Camp1.ellIi the most practicable route to townshipline

J with his lovely bride, nee Miss Carrie visited brother from Michigan Miss Pereneau, Ji8Seslay and Susie between townships and 28, and it in fine condition and it b: said
! by a
:.ti.: 1 Tompkins, of Camden, S. C., spent a few well-to-do farmer in that State. The two DuBose Miss Gracie M. Ely, Miss 31. W. H. Adams was appointed Road Commissioner the others will take a hand in the same

;;: days in Cocoa at the Peck House last I have had rather en- E. Beach, Dr. DuBose, Robert DuBose, of said road district No. 5 in game.
{' ; brothers, it seems, a
week. Mr. Butler is deeply interested in time of it. W. H. DuBose, Allen Campbell, Chas.J. place of Henry Harris. Mrs. Pliny Eames, daughter of ex-

is joyable Frazer and Wm. 31. Postmaster V. O. Spencer, is here on a
i eugar-cane growing, and says there Campbell Camp- I E. Chester Road
( The 'He,". Mr.: Cummins of Cockranton George was appointed visit to her parents for the first time
(' ** will bell. visited the Creek I I
big in it if the farmers They Turkey
money" planted i Commissioner in place of J. D. Hatter, since they have lived here. Hope she
Pa., is having an orange grove
only into it in the right grove and Melbourne Beach, returning "
go way. Frank Munson has the failed to accept. will remain and induce her husband and
here. Mr.
when the shades of night were fallingfast son to come down also and make their
Mr. Henry of our "solid" oversight of it, and in that line he knows ," after a delightful day. Report of Road Commissioners: permanent home here.

, men of Atlanta, Ga., is at City Point for what should be done. Quaig, Comstock and Minor was laid

the winter, with his family. His winter The Rev. Mr. Getman, of the 31. E. The event of the past week was the delightful over until the Road Commissioners of Chas.Registration Lum, who, has is appointed County Supervisorof Lennon

home is delightfully situated just southof I Church North, is here at his post, and assembly at the residence of Mrs. District No. 7 furnishes a diagram of the deputy for the Lake Worth district and ,

Hatter's orange grove, and is fast beIng : gives promise of being the man for the E. :31. Campbell last Thursday evening. route agreed:: on by them. Jas. Kinsley deputy for Jupiter district,

i improved by Mr. Banks, who is About forty guests were present. The and both are busy registering voters pre-
The time for the
I place. May his labors be abundantly advertising delinquenttax to the Prohibition election
decorated with paratory
1 haying i twelve acres more planted out in 1 I blessed and his people fully sustained. rooms were tastefully list was extended until the first Monday which is to come off on the 19th.

budded orange trees. Mr. Banks will ... palms entwined with American flags and !! in April, 1889, and this order shall

have about eighteen acres in orangetrees -New styles, in Full Suits or single festooned with Spanish moss. Dancing I! be the Collector's warrant for so doing. The and president Key West of Railway Jacksonville paid us a,Tampa short

when the work of setting out the p'ants-prices way below zero-at J. Birn- occupied the attention of the young por. The Board adjourned until the first visit, but says not to mention such a lit

trees is completed.A baum's. tion of the company until the supper II in March 1889. tie call, but wait till he can come in
Monday ,
hour. After a most splendid repast, !, style over his own road, and then blow
visit to Point and a walk received 100 Cape Ann Oil ..
w City -Just dancing and other amusements were resumed -t about it to our heart's content. The road

t through the beautiful grounds of Mr. Suits at $2.25 per suit at J. Birbaum's. and continued until reasonable 1 NOTICE.Sealed is to be pushed as fast as possible, lack of
a .
A. be- .. transportation for the iron and rolling
Hatch will almost make one
I received A. A.
bids will be by
hour. Among the guests we noticed Titusville
stock from to Jupiter being,
,lieve that have into the lost For Sale. Circuit Court down
strayed of
they Stewart, clerk to
Captain and Mrs.: J. O. 'VaHonIr.: and the only drawback at present.W. .
March 4tb, 1889, for constructing a
lakehalf Millinery,Establishment Dress Making, Fancy on "asbin Goods- 31 rs. Jno. E. 31. Hodgson, Messrs. Harry : bridge across' St. Sebastian River,'accord- A. and A. Hardin, F. B. Plunket

and Notion. Fla. ,A well estab- and A. R. Hodgson, J. L. Harrison, W. ing to specifications on file in clerk's of : and G. \\ Burke went on a general prospecting '
wrrounded and graceful Av.. Titusville,
by tall ferns ton business; clean stock neat and well H. Adams, :Mrs. W. H. Gleason, Messrs. fice. The,county commissioners reserve and hunting trip to the foot of

1nana trees-is full of dainty gold and lished store 2-stories., Will be disposed W. H. H. and Geo. G. Gleason, of Eau If the right to reject, any or all bids. the Lake and west of it on the 1st. They',

silver fish. 'Two or three small islands appointed on reasonable terms. Long Witness my hand and seal this 10th are expected back with a ,load of infor-
of Gallie ; Mr. Tiffin, of Montreal, Can.; 1889. mation venison! etc. in day two
A. D. a or
rise Suitable day of January, : ,
from ,,its bosom invitingly -moderate rent. .
crystal lease J
ground Address Mr. and.Mrs. W. Wilson, of Courtney; [L.S.] A. STEWART, and have promised to remember. their-
r near and while brilliant will be given forselling.
yet so far, reasons 1 Clerk. friends. SAif.
and Mrs. A. :
Box 244 Titusville, 3 lrs. Leitch,of Arizona; Mr.
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! ': i- ; '; to cure her Ey; the use ',of fire or .:? L. C. OLIVER. p. T. BUDGE.

t;. ,. STRAY V BITS. heated irons, and during the course of the

,.t : : horrible torture the woman's reason was OLIV'"ER
-:", 14,3a,000.Ona acre. in Wal\ street, N. Y., is worth totally destroyed.A 4r

o tremendous big thing in the way of a
, white The new almost English smokeless.powder for small arms is monster gun is being made. It is to be a Dealers in {

and 200-tonner, and is being made at, the Wool-
There are only about 5,000 elephants in the
wich arsenal The special machinery re
;, world, and the number is decreasing every quired to lift it upon its carriage will cost GEORGIA PINE LUMBER

year. quite $110,000. Its projectile is to weigh two a1

A man killed thirty-one' snakes near Syl- tons, and when it is mounted on some pointof .
vania a few day They had made their the English coast it is expected to drop I IOF

J \ home in a log. into the sea 4,000 pounds of shrapnel every SHINGLES AND LATHS.

A Pennsylvania oil expert says there is five minutes to a distance of fifteen miles. ksS3

more oil under the soil of California than in This will make au invasion more than ever a

, .... all of Pennsylvania. thing of the future, when the English chan- G-ENrE AL HA.1 D AR.E !
f nel can be swept from the shores all the wayt.
died in the ,
Capt. John Miller, who recently .France.
Indian Territory aged 70 years, had taken

thirty scalps during his eventful life. PERSONAL GOSSIP. Sash Doors and Blinds Stoves Tinware
Mr. Robert Stevenson, engineer of Glasgow ; and Crockery.Refrigerators

. is the last one to claim an invention | Canon Knox-Little, the eminent English ,

: which will drive ocean ships up to forty clergyman, usually wears gloves when he

knots an hour. preaches. P AJ:1'TTS ANrD: OILS

Charles Jackson, a Virginian, has spent Robert Louis Stevenson must be really agreat ,
thirty-two years looking for a buried treasure man. A brand of cigarettes has been
and is not discouraged yet. He says all named after him. Water Coolers, Ice Cream Freezers
to him who'waits. ,
things come Herr Herteustein, the late president of the

There, are fourteen different towns and Swiss Confederation, died from the effects of I Screen Wire Screen Windows Screen-Wire Doors.
.cities in the, United States named Augusta, ill treatment of a corn. .
and there is never a day that freight and
r Tbo great cricketer, W. G. Grace, has a
, mall matter is not going wrong. son who is said to possess much of his father's POWDER AT NEW YORK PRICES. fi

Carbon was shown to be a distinct element talent, and is about ready to display it.

by Lavoisier in 1788,who proved the diamondto i, It is now tu.rteen; ; years since James Lisk,
.be its purest form, and converted it into the San Francisco millionaire, bequeathed: TITTJSVIL3LE FLORIDA.

'carbonic acid gas by combustion. 5130,000 for public baths in that city, but it .
Miss Addie Herndon, of Erin, Tenn., is not probable they will bo completed before was supposed to have been caused by the TROPICAL AND SUB-TROPICAL FRUITS AND FLOWERS:.

dreamed recently of digging up $560 in gold, next season. planets. / Egyptian Queen Pine Slips.I3STDIA.2Sr .
and the next day she went to the place visited Sydney Bartlett, who was graduated from Magenta, a fed or crimson dyo derived t

In the dream and she did it in fact. Harvard seventy :years ago and is over 90 from aniline, first brought into use near Ma- RIVER NURSERIES. I I

Last August there were killed in New pears of age, argued a case before the supreme genta, Italy. Bone Meal, Tobacco Stems, Cotton-seed Meal, Cow Peas & FertiGzerx I
South Wales the following "noxious" 'animals court of Massachusetts the other day with Rose, pink, violet, copper, bronze, orange,
: 59. 66 kangaroos, 52,840 wallibles, marked success. lemon, hazel (chestnut), ochre, ash, from objects t' CATALOGUE MAILED FREE. TERMS CASH.

1,014 bawls, 61 emus and 333 native dogs. .' Hadji Sulymau Saba, of Constantinople in nature.Superstition. / JOHN B. BEACH, Indian River Nurseries, East Melbourne, Ffc. b

Eleven hundred and forty-five writers was 98 years of age when he took his last that which remains or stands I '

have contributed articles for the ninth edition wife, and he lived to be 132. Ho had sixty over, that which lingers after an opinion l has

Britannica the sons and nine daughters, and seven wives, been exploded. /
of the "Encyclopedia ,
last volume of which has just been issued. and survived them alL Blue is of uncertain origin, probably from Clyde'sNew York Charleston &:Florida S, S. Line.. 1'b

The largest continuous sleeping car servicein i Col. Cody, better known as "Buffalo Bill," the German for "lead," thong 9ibly from ,
has been raised to the dignity of general of the Swedish name for uink""
the world is that on the Santa Fe system,
The of this Line
Nebraska militia. He is now on his ranch, Magnificent Steamships are appointed to sail as follows:
"\ which runs through sleepers from San Diego,
GASTRONOMICAL (Standard Time.)
distance of miles. and is enjoying himself highly after his TIDBITS.
CaL, to Chicago, a 2,311
arduous "Wild West" campaign.
The pronunciation match promises to be { Marshal MacMahon, who has just entered Much of the so-called creamery butter is
one of the diversions of the winter. It is nothing but a quality of American I For Jacksonville. From Jacksonville to New
upon his 81st year, has been residing for the very poor York.:
even more exciting than the spelling match,
and rather more destructive to the lines of past few months at the Chateau de la Foret, cheese. / SEMINOLE (via. Charlcaton), Fri, Feb., 3 p. m. IROQUOIS!!Sunday, February, at I i...
near Orleans, dividing his time between Au alleged professor in Berlin has writtena I CHEROKEE(via. Charleston), Fri. Feb. 8. 3 p. m. SEMINOLE Thursday February 7. at 19 nCHEROKEE.Thur
combatants.In scooting and working upon his memoirs.It book to show why consumptives should not IROQUOIS (direct). J Tues., Feb. 12, 3 p. m. .d February 14. at 2 ....
answer to the question, "What becomesof I SEMINOLE (via.Charleston), Fri.,Feb. 15, 3 p. m. IROQCOIS-Sunday, February 17, at S a.a..
all the cracked and used billiard balls?'' is denied that Rev. Alexander Fowues eat / : I CHEROKEE )directI, Tues., Feb. H,3 p. m. SEMINOLE Thursday, February 21, at a. m.
up Luttrel, who died recently at the age of 96( There are those who hold that fried samp i I IROQUOIS (via. Charleston), Fri, Feb. 22, 3 p. m. CHEROKEE, Sunday, February :y at 12 uov.
a New York contemporary says that those of years, \ras the oldest Anglican clergyman in instead of fried hominy is best to serve with i 8EMINOLE(direct), - Tues., Feb. 26,3 p. m. IROQUOIS Thursday, February:ft, .UJO a. ..
real ivory are bought up and cut into dice SEMINOLE, Sunday arch 3, at t a. m_
England. Archdeacon Philpot is 98, and 'canvas back. I.
and other small articles. J '
From Fernandina to New York.
Rev. Bartholomew Edwards is 99 years of I Thera are new comers in society who won- For Fernandina. .
There is no theatrical bill posting in Mexico, "
ago. der why ginger cake is not served at thE DELAWARE, 3 at 1 .
Sunday February m.Spwm.
/ p.
and the newspapers print theatrical adver- YEMASSEE(via Charleston),Tares, Feb. 5.3 p. m.
James Whitcomb Riley, the poet, testifiesto afternoon teas.Nesselrodo DELAWARE(Charleston)Tuea., Feb.12, 3 m. YEMASSEE., Sunday February 10, at .
tisements free. The newspapers do not as a p
the whistling ability of Elijah Halford, : pudding comes back again for YEMASSEE (via Charleston) Tnes., Feb. 19, 3 p. m. DELAWARE, Sunday, February r, at Ss.
rule accept tickets, but subscribe for the YEMASSEE. Sunday. February :.a. at 1 m.
DELAWARE via Charleston _
( )Tue Feb. 6,3 m.
number desired for the stall. the president-elect's private secretary. Mr. the purpose of doing duty at the fashionable p. DELAWARE Sunday. March 3, at 1 pa
Riley says that Mr. Halford's)vm'stle is low dinner parties.
The leading English winning sire this yearIs and beautifuL This should end the discus-
Golopin with upward of.29,000, of which sion. / Meringue pie at hotel tables ought to be For Information Regarding Freight and Passage, apply toJ.
for to eat in the
in people
put up packages
Donovan won 16,500. Isonomy is second, Count Von Moltke haS deposited his will seclusion of their rooms. A. LESLIE, Agent, Jacksonville; T. G. EOrR Traffic llanigcr, 35 Broadway, New %ort, i .L
with 27,000, of which 20,000 was won by STEAD Agent Fernandina.
in the Probate court ,at Berlin. It is thus
Sea Breeze. Bend Or is third, with 21,000.: JOHN L.HOWARD. T. F.A., Jacksonville. F. M. IRONMONGER, T P.A.. Jacksonville.
indorsed, in a bold 1 hand: "The inclosed is Good Advice. WM. I-. CLYDE & Co., Geii'l Agents, C5 Broadway New York.
The abutments of a bridge over a river in my last will It is my desire that no seals I Wintry gales begin .

Austria have settled twenty feet in tho river be put upon my belongings. Moltke, Field To blow this time about
bed since 1886. As the settlement progressesthe Marshal." / Put duster In
masonry of the bridge is built up corre- Hadji Hassein Ghouli Khan, Persian ambassador And t;:Le j orr ulster out. I MARLIN

spondingly so as to maintain the same road ,' at Washington, is delighted with I'listen: Courier

level He entertains --
American society. handsomelyat
African teak wood weighs from 42 pounds his house ou M street, and his dressing HOW HATS ARE WORN. ZBost In.: The or1d.
to 53 pounds per cubic font, works easily, but table is constantly covered with cards of in-I for large or small game-made in 32 calibre.grains pnrdft'I:!at
.; wears away tools rapidly on account of the vitation from the most select houses at the 85 grains;40 cal.60 grains;45 cal,70 and grains.. The strongest shoot rtlr
quantity of silex in it. It contains an oil capital The vain and amorous wear theirs sidewise. made. Perfect accuracy: guaranteed and the only absolutely safe rifle made. JL1 stjVs
all sizes,all
which prevents the iron in contact with it The reflective wear theirs tilted back but weights reduced.
George Augustus Sala, the English jour- BALLARD Gallery, portln and Target Rifle, world nnoThestic jrtftrr
from rusting. / nalist, always wears a white waistcoat. Ho with the chin lower. target shooting hunting and shooting ralleries. All caUbrr ft a =t>a

A shipbuilding feat never before approached says: 'You can't very well murder when you Solid business men usually wear the hat $18.00 Made in np fourteen Send different tor Illustrated styles,.prices catalogue.from HARLIHFIRE ARMS co.f BEWHAYEH, COIL

was lately performed by the Fair- have a white waistcoat on. By donning that I squarely over tho brows. I -

field company on the Clyde. A 5,000-ton snowy garment you have,in manner, given : The careless and praise loving wear theirs -. --
steamer for the German lino to New York hostages: to respectability." Perhaps he is I tilted back keeping the chin high. GREEN AND DRIED FRUITS

was launched recently, which' had been built afraid of being mistaken for "Jack, the Rip- The secretive, sly and unsocial wear their PORTER & POTTER
in less than four months.A ,
per" bats tipped forward squarely over the brows. Foreign and Domestic. I
statistical has out that Paulus the French comic I,
genius figured song singer, now I
Avi ancient hat, well brushed and
this year's corn crop, 2,000,000,000 bushels, receives $120 a night. A few years ago his always
will load a string of wagons stretching 284,000 fee was $L25. His song, "II Revient," is con- worn, indicates a man of means, shrewdness !
little sensitivefiess, method and miserli- Selser Bro
miles, or enough to make eleven rows of sidered to have made Gen. Boulanger. He ness. Comp'y
wagons, loaded with corn, clear round tho lives in great style with his wife and five I Real Estate Dealers!

earth and bave4,003mies of teams not in line. children,and his Paris establishment includes !
It is not the proper thing now to exhibit three or four horses, a secretary and a com- THEATREGOING STATESMEN. Agents for Bishop, Hoyt & Co's Ham II I

wedding presents except to immediate relatives poser. mock Land Florida Oranges, I
and intimate friends of the family. At Prince von Pless, who Is at present achiev- Citra, Florida. Lake Worth, Dade Co., Fla-
Sunset Cox is very fond of French comely I
a recent fashionable wedding in Washingtonthe ing a great deal of notoriety by engaging and light ,
presents, though known to have been himself to various American girls, accordingto opera. -
numerous and costly, were not displayed at the cable, is a German nobleman of semi- Senator Ingalls likes comedy, but he is i
royal rank, ancient pedigree and* arge fort- also fond of Shakespeare, well put on.

alLThe'ship yards of the great lakes will exhibit une. He is tall, thin, awkward and washedout Senator Reagan is fond of the opera, and COMMISSION MERCHANDISE. RAY & BRYAN,
active operations this winter. Fifty- in appearance, and he has two whims, does not mind if it is only comic opera,

nine new vessels are to be built, and elevenof British clothes and American girls. either.

them will be entirely of steeL They will The Duke of Hamilton's family mausoleum Tim Campbell goes to the theatre when ..ArtosiLnv7'c1I:

cost $7,124,000()( and they will add 100,950 rivals: anything of the kind. It cost $900- ever a New York play is on. He sits right
000. The tomb is model of the Castello "bald Special Attention Given Florida Fruits.
gross tons to the carrying capacity of the a down in the headed row. Ai. D

commerce of the great lakes. San Angelo at Rome, and tho internal dec- Senator Cullom of Illinois is one of the

Ferret breeding is a new and highly profitable orations are superb, the gates being a copy most: indefatigable theatregoers.: He is usu ,
28 N. Delaware Ave. and 29 Water St.
of the Ghiberti gates at Florence, and the IRRIGATION CONTRACTORS
in all the first
branch of farming Australia and ally seen on leading nights. ,
coffin of Duke Alexander, who built the I
New Zealand. One firm that has commencedthe
Senator Gray, of Delaware, frequently goes I
mausoleum, is inclosed in an Egyptian sarcophagus -
business on a large scale has contractedto to'the theatre. His favorite entertainmentis Philadelphia Pa. I
of black marble, covered with hieroglyphics Solicit Correspondence.
supply 14,000 ferrets per annum for three old English comedy, of which he gets very
which brought from Alexan-
to the at 7s. Gd. head was
years' government per little in Washington.
References-Seventh Nat'l. Bank Produce
the creatures delivered when dria. ; FLOUDSA .
being they are TITCSVIIXE
Senator Hiscock is sometimes seen pretty Nat'l. Bank :Mercantile ,
three months old. Congressman Roswell P. Flower has added ; Agenciesor
immensely to his fortune in the past two or well down in front at English opera. He is any Produce House in Philadelphia.
Progressive journalism has exponents in three His has been made also partial to Shakespeare, but it must be
years. money
England. The Newcastle Chronicle, on a p. MCNEIL M. D.
largely in promoting railroad enterprises and well done to suit him. ,
recent day when it appeared with two blank .
in big stock and bond sales. Mr. Flower is Senator Evarts goes to see Joe Jefferson
spaces in its leading columns,explained: "We Offers his professional services to tlr
worth $6,000,000 or 7000000. He is of medium whenever he plays "The Cricket on the
are momentarily expecting Mr. Bright to die, and stout. He has Hearth and people of TitusTille and surroanaicr r
height quite a great some people imagine they see a
.'and we leave these open spaces as typographical habit of holding an unlighted cigar in his sort of resemblance between the gaunt old Pianos Organs country. Medicine and Surgery practbrf-
in which to insert the with-
graves, mouth, and he does not remove it in conver- New Yorker and Jefferson's Caleb Plummer. in all of its branches.
out the loss of a moment. sation. All calls left for me at Grand VT']

A search has just been begun in the Adriatic Hotel will be attended to promptly. SOak
sea, near Trieste for treasure which WORDS, WORDS, WORDS. WATER WONDERS.A .
went down with the French corvette Danal, If you want to purchase a

in 1812. The treasure consisted of jewels and Ethics, from ethos, custom. new volcano is reported from Tobasco,
valuables destined for an exalted personage The dollar was the German thaler. Mexico. It spurts forth large streams of red Piano or Organ write to the un- Laws House
at Trieste. The vessel sank as tho result of water.A ,
The guinea was first made in Guinea. dersigned or give him a call.
an explosion, and since, it seems, not a spring of natural cologne has broken
of the craft its treasure has been The florin was first made in'Florence.
vestige or
forth in the southern part of Algiers. The
Can sell you any of the in- lake Worth Dade (County FL'-
found. Mortal, from mar, meaning to mar, to kilL liquid has not been analyzed, but its odor is ,

1 The Siamese apo is said to bo in great request Moral, from mos, which means simply cus very similar to that of patchouli. struments of the best and lead- New House and Newly Furnished.

F among Siamese merchants as cashier in tom. Near El Paso, Tex.there is cave of unexplored Rooms single or in Soitts-
r their ,counting houses. Tho cashier apemeditatively Sandwiches were first made by Lord Sand- dimensions which contains a beautiful ing makers at prices that defy

puts into his mouth each coin wich. lake. The shores of this body of water I THE INLET.
presented to him in business payments, and are strewn with human bones and pieces of competition.
tests with grave deliberation. His method The mark was stamped with the lion of St. pottery.A .

( of testing is regarded in commercial circles Mark. man in Malton,Nev., tipped a couple of Ocean
as infallible; and, as a matter of fact, his i Law, A. S. legu simply that which "lies" Best View of Lake and ,
barrels of whisky into a natural spring which
decision is uniformly accepted by all parties in due order. flowed on his premises and invited all the Pianos and Organs soil on the Installment t

interested in the transaction. Black doubtless comes from "night" the ranchmen for miles around to come and see I And best Hunting and Fishing groBwfc

A few days since an Indian woman was ,absence of light.Electricity it.:- The next day he sold the spring for plan wlfflJairaL "Discount on Lake Worth.

discovered on.the beach near,Port Discovery, from electron, amber from $10,000 in gold dust and fled the country..

W. T., in almost a !dying condition. She which it was discovered. Marvelous stories are related of ,a cataractin to Clnrclies Organs shaded monster Oaks
Fine Lawn by
the for tho
was conveyed to hospital county fellow comes from, tho trees with reference the interior 3f Labrador beneath.whose. both
'poor, and, upon examination, she,was found to their autumn foliage. terrific leap Niagara pales into insignificance.The All.correspondence' will receive prompt and Tropical Growth, r
.to be suffering from severe: burns all over her "width of the river immediately above t attention.E. Wild and Cultivated.Try .
Green is from the same root as greno, referring -
\ It has since been learned that during
"* body.. sickness rheumatism to the trees and vegetation. tho falls is .1,500 feet, bat_the cataract itselfis ., ,WAGER, us once and you will come sZ1-
some,trilling probably ,
not more than'150 feet across. The heightof .
tier relatives had after their usual Influenza named because tho epidemic Tltusville HEYSEB Proprietorf'
attempted! so the falls is estimated at 2,000 feet Florida. ALLEN E. ,
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: PERSONAL. .GOSSIP.j combined under the name of the'CHicago -

,1 '-r ; ." i'.tr..1Tf \l Cycling cluli,.whic, with a membership of No census of,Alaska has been made but the ': ': .AOTICE. } MALABAR CIGAR FAUf IJr.

I. J ... riow'. ,s. d. t ,ti .. 250 and valuable club properties and connections governor estimates the population as follows
t. i 4. v.... : All persons concerned take notice that II. C. Starck, Proprietor.
at '. Whites
once assumes a commanding posi 6,500; Creoles, L9UO; Aleuts, 2,950;

.. .. Bantlm! of Berlin" the latest popu- tion among western ,cycling.organizations, civilized natives 35,000, or a total of 49S:)().i! \vc intend, the undersigned and their associates, Manufacturer of fine Havana and Domestic -
German and will perhaps bear The valuation of the real and to apply to the Legislature of
__oRtbe emperor. ; ; comparison with any. personal prop Cigars. Trade supplied with'fine
cycld club in this is Florida, at their next general session
country. erty placed at $25,000,000.The .
Stockton is to the hand
v Frank R. spend winJb for the of madeoods. Orders promptly fihle&Factory '
Act for the following
5ew York. He is busj on several new, A mile agility" race was one of the events population of Washington territory-is passage an at Malabar, Fla. 2S

at a recent Australian meeting. The condi: I about 1G7, 'J and the assessed valuation of purpose:

: tions were: Machines, thirty-two pounds in the property is $84,021.182. The forests of' 1st. To declare them a body corporate,

Oe popobasap1ateof11ghtoupservedtofour times a day. He never drinks weight, four laps; first lap, dismount and I the territory furnished 320,000CO, feet of under the name of the "Banana Creek I S. F. GRAY._

: LJM anyrDetLtclArct. mount three times when directed; second lumber, 69.000,000 laths and WOOOOOJ Improvement, Canal and Transit Com ,

% lap, rido half lap, left leg over handle, dis shingles, and the total capacity the sa\'.. pany." Watch Maker and Jeweller.
.1 n is said! that Mr. Chamberlain,on account mount' and ride half lap right leg over mills is 1,<>>3G6rJOOO feet.RELIGIOUS I
iji marriage, will sever his connection handle third a charter to open Banana Shop at John M. Dixon '
, t ; lap;dismount and mount six Drug Store, Titnarille, his
,, jjfcjfanaing'aam and go to live in London. times when directed fourth Creek by dredging and removing obstruc- I
ride half
; lap,
, I f. j ;eilaharajahDhuleep Singh is in Paris lap on step, remount and race to finish. navigation, make the same ,

:'f.:': :. f to sell his jewels. He Is biting his first six months of ISS9 in the Inter- thereby navigable by steamboats, and to '

,England and threatens Dhuleep THE LATEST IN JEWELS. national series will be given to the gospelof dig a canal or inlet from said Banana NAUM.&N'S
"; ''': e' n:1s of Britain's enemies. Mark. Creek into Mosquito Lagoon, thereby I'

; l> Pitman, the shorthand author is .1 New silver boot hoczs! have polished twisted The clergy of the Church of England of supplying said> creek with salt water and NEf SPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGEBCT.
t 4nf to strong drink, tobacco, animal handles. all grades, from archbishops to curates, number th tehy actually draining and reclaiming

I, '\ )ocL vaccination, and nobody knows,how I Two ballet girls in enameled bronze make' 23,000. much land now overflowed and value THE PIONEER AGEXCY.

",'f.:, y ctber things. In religion he is Sweden- i an odd paper weight. There are 3,000 Roman Catholic parochial less. The said corporotIon to receive For terms and sample copies address

{ )r;3D. I Tortoise shell schools in the United States.. with an enrollment therefor the alternate sections of public
.. ,. opera glasses with the adjustable i
I (I.J accused," says Marshal MacMahon, handle are coming into vogue. of 511,000 pupils. lands on either side of the routes made CHAS.H. XAUMAK,

tt rot baring; served several governments. vlt Match boxes representing Pennsylvania There are two Episcopal ministers-mis- navigable by them for six miles, and, Haulover P. 0., Brevard county; Fla.
also I
I served them all the submerged lands'\o
and actually
'qi1itetnlt. loyally; railroad tickets have been sionaries-on the Yukon river, Alaska. Theyare .
,I f th:1t 1 regretted them all recently adopted.In drained and reclaimed by them in townships
: "rD11ad,1: exceptTcvu" 3,000 miles from the southeastern line of I $85 Solid Old
I :
3 the shape'of a heart is made a pretty 21 and 22 in Brevard
the territory. county, SoM for''1OO.aocil
..' .. I bonbon box with space in the center for a ida and also the BMI$53: watcft: Im U*W&1cJa.FRHH
( Flor-I
jf B ev. Dr. Reasoner, of Corvallis Southern and northern Baptists are endeavoring right Perfect tuackecpcr.
!!.',: Ott,,is the oldest Presbyterian county'l monogram. to bring about an adjustment of erate barges and steamboats in the raaM4. Hwy Cs....&tJa IWIW ladi."..*.dUiisiag "
Black J.
"? fa F&cificcoast. Though 4K years enameled opera glasses studded with differences that now exist between the mis- so made navigable "by them, including .. sad 5-.uts'szewI&A wIrU

1 ; it isable to take an active part in the duties I diamonds and rubies are among the latest sionary and publication societies of the two the right to charge toll therein and also ': and One cue Person of equal ia-eecill.vain".

., fcis pastorate. Parisian novelties.A sections. the exclusive right to fish for profit and toe.r'ailly wi&h ua HI'Mev.large OD...d free nI-,

ad Tennyson makes a most irritable in- pretty necklace recently designed is a plant oysters in said Banana Creek and --------- mole lint of Household

,&liL He insists upon having the news series of frosted gold balls dotted with a delicate the head of Banana River, when so j; wIL Sample si the Tlue walell.Mmpiet we ecad MMd
711t.> him shade of blue enameL HAVING BOUGHT THE INDIAN salted bthem. : Free, fteryo ktv kept
and .
efl read to if they represent his them ia your h 4 ldition as worse than it really Is he flies For a lady's watch case richly colored butterflies ROBERT :MORROW, who guy haft e.I1edtheybecoaeyooxow. pcop.ity. Those'
>'. RIVER BAKERYWe who writs at one can b tor* of neelvfair th* Watek
' feto*rage at once. and sprays of mignonette in enamel S. H. RAY, and Sample Wpay all .ipre's.freitbf..te. Ad4ross
.8.- are the latest decorations. 8Un on&fc Co.. .Box 812.rortIaad Malae.
J r :: I Sir Algernon Borthwick, owner of the will Keep on Hand Every Day J. M. DIXOX,

IJlPL' k cedon Morning Post and,one of the ablest Wide gold bracelets with raised borders R. F. GRAY, --: $93 Sew1n.Maehlno ---

, '1l t- r.ticisns and shrewdest business men inaIdoD..bas and ornamented with filigree work have F. B. SACKETT, To at one ..stabIl.hi.'pra \
trade ta I Iptacinr Ii Rllll'
;- j 'l pan by
' 'I-J L an income of $200,000 a year, three large diamonds for a facing.A FRESH BREAD CAKES PIES 41-60 days. MAX J. HOECK. ) oar macbiartj'and .
, from his food*whtn tie poul ran MO '
4T handsome French
paper. porcelain flower holderis them
J. t w*will tend free i*os
t[A brother of Lord Wolseley, Mr Frederick decorated with roses and forgetmenotsand ETC. ALSO >p bU rOD Mwtnr-machlc ia each localil,.mad lb.vrrr ia

folselej! an Australian squatter, claims II tied with an enameled blue ribbon.A MASTER'S SALE. .the world.wttJa all the .aitachmeat.
w.will tend free a templet*
Mention for having invented a sheep shear- powder box is in the our couly aDd valuable -
recently seen shapeof riwiunsof art
Under I L'ij
ii' and by virtue of a decree inning .. In man wt uk that you
Jg machine by which one man can shear 140&rpt an old English bowl Bottlers of Sodawater
I sugar: elaborately Ginger out of the Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial t .bowwbstwesnd.totbo.* who
clean .may a'1oubome.aadaftnDmoDtbl
day, as a whistle. ornamented with finely executed
etching Circuit of Florida all eMit become
I in and for Bre \ your owa

.t:- -t t{ Dq Uaurier, the London caricaturist, has Five frosted gold buttercups, with a diamond ward county, in a certain cause therein depending inadeafter Bpcrrv. Thi th. Singer mad machia patent M,

\ ',. .k" : grandson who is the most beautiful in the center of each, are among the Ale, and other Drinks.ALL wherein James A. Carlisle is complainant -- rhicb run oat bays it told ma oat for 893.: before with patent th*
jomgster in Great Britain. At least so saysstI recent novelties for cylinder link necklaces.An and and sells
Ellis for
and now.
Stephen Sarah Ellis)) :3
;. who have had ,... ,moat n**. :
privilege of looking I odd design for a silver backed cloth I IATTEXTIOX. his wife, are respondents, I will, as Masterin f DIE FDr S'"climfttt. the world. AU U
: jt til ideal face crowned with locks of golden ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT & required. Plain
represents pastoral scenes artistically Chancery, at public to the *
I outcry, brief inKiucuon pvea. Those who writ to oa at sees can..
fck. etched around a center figure of corn stalks, highest and best bidder for cash, on Monday core free th* beat aewinir-aaacbin ia die world and tho
fine t line of work*of bird art over ahowa together America.
If,,..... Fnncis Murphy, who has been laboring in I with sleeping cupids between the stalks.A the 4th day of March, A. D. 1889 (the "T RUE as CO.. Box 74O.Lnctuta.Mmln

I.I s'a.; 6t temperance field for twelve years, esti- unique paper cutter is of white metal in- same being the first Monday in said month), ------ --
s .
a 'i.t p.s.. nta. that 14,000,000 persons have signed theffadge i laid with gold, the blade being engraved in S. A. BELCHER & COMPANY, between the legal hours of sale; in front of v. L. Hatch & Son,

..L'u under his crusade, and that of these silver leaf.and the handle representing folded the Court-house dOor in the town of Titus-

8 per cent have remained faithful to their cherry leaves, with the fruit in gold relief. PROPRIETORS, ville, Florida, the following described real DFALERS DC

at'L 6 ..a.;. wn. A estate, to-wit : All that piece, parcel or
... cylinder link gold necklace, with pearls
Yoii.. The original of Thackeray's Warrington intadennis connecting each link, has a pendant attachment TITUSVILLE, FLA. portion of land situate, lying and being in DRY GOODS NOTIONS
," George Stovin Venables Q. C. the county of Brevard and State of Florida
---.;.' I of pearls representing a four leaved 40 ,
1 ...:,... id just died leaving a personal estate of i clover. There is a large pearl in the center described as follows. to-wit: The south

'S,' : $30,000. He willed various sums to servants I I west quarter of the south-west quarter of section Hardware Crockery Saddlery
I a: I A unique inkstand represents a silver toboggan That Hacking Congh:; can be so quickly cured by ,
ad&life annuity of .e32 to former laun- fourteen(14)), township '!!
1'). : a rushing down hill, with the figure of a Shiloh's Care. We guarantee it. Sold by Dixon & twenty-one ( ), Stationery, Family Medi-
... Gray, Titusville Fla. south of thirty-four (34)east)
'. range con-
for dear cines
I frightened girl clinging on lifu Garden SetJs
Coont Herbert Bismarck, the most rising When the young lady is lifted from the toboggan taining forty ((40)) acres, more or less, according ,
'j'J-. Will YOU suffer' with and Liver
I ... .aof the day in European diplomacy, is j t an ink well is disclosed. plaint? Shiloh's Vitalizer Pyspepsia is guaranteed to Com cure to Government survey, togetherwith CHOICE GROCERIES

; t'. I. At only new representative of statecraft j I An elaborate dressing case recently designed you. Sold by Dixon & Gray, Titusville, Fla. all and singular the tenements,here ,
t; 4, A;; .bears a scar received in battle. He was ditaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging -
Aat through the thigh in the I contains a complete manicure set. Sleepless nights made miserable by that terrible or in anywise appertaining.Terms Hay, Corn, Mapes Fertilizers. J"
cavalry charged powder box, pin tray, bonnet, hair and couuh. Shiloh's Cure is the remedy for yon. Sold
. It";t)1) Mars la Tour, in which he rode as apin.t.e t clothes brushes, shoe horn, glove and shoe by Dixon & Gray. Titusville. Fla. cash. Purchaser pays for title. CITY FOIST, FLORIDA.PHILADELPHIA .
dragoon. Dated this hth day of Jan., A. D. 1889.
buttoner and mirror,all in repousse old silver.
Catarrh cured, health and good breath secured, WALTER GRAHAM
'\' Duchess of Montrose's example has t Something new for a gentleman's writing by Shiloh's Catarrh Rt>medy. Price 50 cents. Nasal Master in Brevard Co.
Chancery Fla.
.t.I. \ ,'"j tau, copied. Sir William O'Malley, a desk is a silver inkstand with cut glass bottle, injectcr free. Sold by Dixon & Gray, Titusville, 41-5t. SER

ifcfc baronet, aged 75, has married at Dublin I diamond cut stopper and gold rim. On one Fla

ifi;! XB Caroline Favey, a damsel of 16. The side of the burnished base is a setter dog with For lame back side or chest use Shiloh's Porous WARRANTED 5 YEARS.

tenet advertised for a housekeeper and a bird in his mouth, and on the other a foxhound Plaster. Price ?5 tents Sold by Dixon &: Gray, NOTICE OF INCORPORATION.We
: *K)taken with Miss Caroline that he at Titusville, his.Shilob's LOW HIGH

lB ..proposed and was accepted. I the undersigned have this first ABM, AEM,
e ; A silver gong, inlaid with gold and orna- Cough and Consumption Cure is sold day
-* Ckanucey M. Depew was graduated from mented with filagree work, makes a pretty by us on a guarantee. It cures consumption. of January. D. 18S9, associated -elv ,on,

113A Tale College in 1856, and three years later center piece for a new inkstand. The inkwells Dixon &: Gray, Titusville, Fla. as a body corporate, under chapter "1639"of c sM Wn.JkMu

: ... *i admitted to the bar. His connection are on each side of the gong, and the Shiloh's Vitalizer is what you need for constipation the Laws of Florida approved August8th

=.. ...i'CO wth the Vanderbilt railroad interests dates pen tray is in front. The border is beautified loss of appetite, dizzies and all symptomsof A. D., 186S,and the amendments thereto -

taalSGG, when he made acquaintance of {t with floral engravings. Dyspep-ia Price iO and 75 cents per bottle. under the corporate name of the "In-
f Sold by Dixon &: Gray, Titn! ville, Fla.
H. dian River "
: Vanderbilt and became the attorney I Among recent holiday novelties is a pretty Orange Growers Association.
dthe New York and Harlem road. t bonbon basket of burnished silver filigree Croup Whooping Cough and Bronchitis imme- The principal place of the said association,

fir Francis Clare Ford, who is mentioued work. The inside is lined with the newest diately relieved by Stnloh Cure. Sold by Dixon or company, shall be at City Point, Bre C-

-atbo probable successor to Lork Sack villa shades of satin, and the lattice work silver &: Gray Titusviile, Fla. ward County, Florida. The general nature : dtD

'Clreerr Since February, 1878, he has been I -Jewelers' Weekly.HOUSEHOLD. NOTICE.LAND transacted by the said corporation, to be, I

AI British minister at Madrid. He is a to advance the general interest of the I

&!gbt grand cross of St. Michael and St. SUPERSTITIONS.If OFFICE AT GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, orange growers of Indian River, Florida, t

**rje and a Companion of the Bath. Dec. 29th, 1888. become members ot the said association,

.er '1'b>ere is in New York tireless the broom falls across the doorway a by corporation, concert and union of action -
no more
Notice is that
hereby given
is announced.The insure good
stranger handling, rapid shipments'transit
.*&*goer than CoL Bob IngersolL It is named settler has filed notice of his inten- titJ
hearth has from antiquity been the of their products, and a fair and
a4by one who ought to know that he has
tion to make final proof in of his
support market
most sacred corner of the house. highest price obtainable. The
over 100 performances this year. He is claim. and that said proof will be made be- -
**. Hindoos and Mahommedans adoption of a corporate trade mark and -- S
fond of comedy and cannot die in ,
spectacular pieces
fore Judge, or in his absence the clerk Circuit -
**a of high tragedy, and he laughs conedlj bed, and the dying Brahmins must be earned exclusive use of the same by the membersof
Court at Titusville Fla. March
*: at the funny characters or scenes, to the banks of the sacred Ganges. on the association, the protection of its FIFTEEN DAYS' TRIAL '
Cth 1SS9. viz Robert Ranson. of Can-
es. The ancients dropped a looking glass into : members, in the use of the same, by the IN YOUR OWN HOUSE BEFORE YOU PAY ONE CENT.
averal Fla., II. E. 1749G for the lots 1 2
prosecution at law of all High-Ann Machine has >
? and divined infringements Helf-ettfng needle
Jacob the water, the fate of a sick per- ,
Lorillard of New York has and 4 section 29. 23 south
spent township range and counterfeiting of the and uelf-threading ahnttle noiseless and
**t3, '
trying to get a yacht built 38 east.
" ** bridal bed in of Ger- illegal use of the same, and ments in a velvet-lined Don't
.. would suit him in but must, many parts He the cae. pay
every particular, names following witnesses to
provehis the concentration of the shipments and agents $55 or $60,but send for circular. Remember
jU &led to do so although less than many, be made out of the wood of living continuous residence J
no upon and cultiva- of the we guarantee our machine equal to any high-priced
trees dead wood ominous of evil influ- consignments, products of its members machine I
-eight attempts have been made. The being tion of, said land viz : into the hands of few on tbe market. Address .

J*attempt, the Anita, has just been sold ences Arthur Franklin. of Canaveral. Fla. merchants and as agents, commission The C. A. WOOD CO.,
J.r.. Lorillard Sometimes a door will silently of it- in the dif 17 X. 10th St., Philadelphia Pa.
to Mr. S. Austin, Jr., of open Frank Klien, of Canaveral, Fla, Frank fere cities towns markets and ,
*Qelplua self without visible The places as
,lor $22,500. any cause. Vbsgiens Wilson of Canaveral Fla.. C. P. Honey
possible and to obtain the
Or. consider this of death to in best shipping
an omen some one
hansen well of Canaveral Fla. AOTICI \
.' who has just crossed Green- the house. facilities, and the lowest rates of transportation -

" -toza snow shoes, is about 27 years of ags I 37 S. C. TUCKER, Register. possible, and obtainable.The LAND OFFICE AT GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA.\
The Devonshire maiden still stands before
considerably over six feet in height. He I amount of the capital stock of the Dec. 15th, 1888. '\
the mirror, with a candle in her hand, eatingan
hardy .Norseman" every inch of him. I corporation shall be fixed at two thous- Xoiice is hereby given that the following-
ba and beholds therein the face of her
apple Xoticc.
*.magnificent breadth of chest and aj1 I future : and five hundred dollars, to be divided into named settler has filed notice of her inten- "-

proportioned figure which shows to ad- spouse.It Land Office at Gainesville, Florida. twenty-five shares, of one hundred dollars tion to make final proof in support of her \
tage hi is held in Devonshire to be disastrous to
I gt face his tight fitting blue woolen suit. Jan. 5th, 1889, each, ten per cent of which shall be claim, and that said proof will be made t
is feather bed that
;*; long, his brow broad; his eyes are any one sleeping on a has Notice is hereby given that the follow paid in on the organization of the before clerk of the Circuit Court, at Titus "
.;sj4 his been "turned" on Sunday, and housewives
** &ir in mustache" and closely cropped carefully avoid doing so. ing-named settler has filed notice of his or association and the remainder as the yule, :Fla., on Ternary 16, 1889, viz: Mrs.S. .

color. intention to make final proof in support of directors may require, but no more shall ,v. Fish, of Georgiana, Fla., D. S. 2141
As the there lql.
to deathbed superstition his claim, and that said proof will be made be required, than ten per centum per annum for the lots 1 and 2, section 29, and w. }
Yorkshire that die
I WHEEL NOTES. bed,and dying no one can have been comfortablyin draggedout before Judge or in his absence, the clerk of unless so authorized, at a meeting of of s. w quarter, of section 20, township. 93

t P.Jenkins and laid on the persons floor to insure them an Circuit Court, at Titusville)) Fla., on March the stockholders, and ordered and directedto south, range 37 east.

!eteu' won the one and fiv milo death.In 4th 1889, viz:Alexander Forester of Titus- be done, by the Board of Directors. He names the following witnesses to

t t.... bicycle championship of New South easy ville. Fla., H. E. 10249 for the lot 1, sec The commencement of the corporationshall prove his continuous residence upon and

.be oaq a few days ago. modern is invested Greece with, the all the manna ancient, or sacred-bakingoven tion 1, township 20 south, range 35 east. be this the first day of January, A. D. cultivation of, said land, viz:

Gve mile bicycle championship oft lie names the following witnesses to 1889, and it shall continue in existence for R. B. Burcnfiel, of Georgiana, Fla.,
It is
of the hearth fire.
I Australia was won by C. R. throw ness salt other matter a sacrilege into it to prove his continuous residence upon and fifty years. The officers of the association Joseph Bruner, of Georgiana, Fla., Wm.
or injurious ,
sat Brisbane, several days ago. and even to mock or deride it. cultivation of,'aid land viz : or company shall be a President, Vice- Owen, of Georgiana, Fla., Albert Carter, '

1Irlbein and Haffenden have been sus- Brack Revels, George Hunt, Andrew President, a Secretary and a Treasurer, and of Georgiana, Fla. '

by the N. c. U., pending Investi In Northamptonshire, the straw is taken Jackson and Buttler Capbell, all of Haul- a Board of nine Directors, of which Board 37 S. C. TUCKER, Register. ,
and If
from the bed alter death burned. a
an the charges of having "faked" road L over, Florida. the officers shall be members. Such officers -
the ashes tha
seen in next morning -
LI footstep is
Holbein's 100 mile road record 15oced. I 39 S. C. TUCKER, Register. shall be elected'on the first Wednesdayof NOTICE.
as is sometimes the case, the person
and in the month of December annually
? whose foot fits it will die next. LAND OFFICE AT GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA.
ktIburgg at the annual meeting of the Stock-
three bicycle clubs the Key- XOTICE.
In Scotland, where old customs lingered
-liegheny holders,except, and after the first electionof Dec loth, 1888.
Cyclers and tho Pittsburg
until a late date, the fire was extinguished on
g and STATE OF FLORIDA, \ officers. Xotice Is hereby given that the
Athletic clubs to be following-
are ama-
May day, Easter, or St. John's day, and re
into The highest amount of indebtedness named settler has filed notice of his intention
one organization, which will I lighted by a brand from the fires kindled on .
, earIy.aoo: which the association shall incur shall make final in of his
_ o tnembers. those days, as a survival of ancient worship To all and singular, the relations. representativeS not to proof support
t exceed the sum of thousand five hun- claim and that said will be made be-
1Busst, Victoria Australia, now of the sun.-Condensed from GlobeDemocrat. and next of kin to Robert one proof

J.. titJe! of ten mile bicycle champios"iaha i I Walker late of said county, deceased. dred dollars. fore clerk of the Circuit Court Titusville,
.having won it at the Centennial You are hereby cited to appear before 'V. H. Sharpe, E. P. Porcher G. & Fla., on February ICth, 1889. viz: Henry

P10nship meeting of the Australian Bi- GROWTH OF TERRITORIES. the County Court at Miami, ou the first Hardee, J. C. Norwood, C. B. Magruder, C. Fish, of Georgiana, Fla. D. S. 2080

*lnio; held at Sydney recently. Monday in March next, to show cause L. B. Dennison, Wm. A. Simmons, J. F. for the lots 1,2,3 and 4 section 20, and

r---1:-PP. Crocker The population of Wyoming is about 85,000. why letters of administration of the Wooten, E. W. Hall. Lewis R. Ord, Walter lot 1 section 29, township 23 south, mare

cold and Eck have received I The population of Utah is about 210,000. goods, chattels and credits of Robert Goodyear, J. G. Gingras, G. J. Gingras : 37 east. He names the following witnesses

Performances meflal* to commemorate the bril- The taxable property is valued $4O,39,0O0.Dakota's Walker late of Dade county, deceased, L. A. Gingras, A. L.,Hatch,J. D. Hatter, to prove his continuous residence npon and

.ot1 the made by this American of from 133000inlSS0tOOTar600ifl Intestate should not be granted to E. A. Brady F. C. Macomber, J. )I. Sanders, cultivation of, said land, viz : I
LieicesteiEng.. track last population ,-
'here Knapp broke ) sum ( : 1888 is Gale, who has made application for the Lewis Powe, Robert C. :May, E. A. Chat- Joseph Bruneijof Georgiana, Fla., Wm. :
100 mile record
4".t ,I unprecedented field T. E. Hardee H. P. Share G.W. Owens of Ge Fla. Albert :; .
'T' a 60 mile record while Crocker in a single territory.The same. rgtana, Carter ) ,
*s the records A. E. HETER, Holmes, A. J. Whitcock, Geo. E. Chester, of Georgiana, Fla R B. Barchfiel, of '; ,
shorter distances. of
.-..:: population Montana is 140,000, and County Judge, T. H. Sanders,' A.V.. Hardee, W. P. Georgiana, Fla '
:, -. *.the Chicago cycle clubs the Fort the property valued at $67,000,000, which 40 Acting as Probate Judge, Dade Co. Moon, B. J. Minis, A. N. 3iathes.T 37 S. C. TrcKEB, Register. .

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t:' dened.LAIRAMONGTHEWILDCATS.. Keystone Pigeon Shoot.

4 PUBLISHED ,EVERY THURSDAY. A Jacket lined throughout, with squirrelfur To Draw or Not to Draw.
is among late Invention of the London To draw or not to draw; that la the question.
tailor. It deserves rank with his best effortsin Whether tla coonler In the mind to venture
ELLIS B. WAGER Editor and MMer. Those wretched young over behalf of womenfond. I The doubtful chance of skinning for a straight SWEEPSTAKE SHOOT

at the College have stopped singing Or to stand pat against a C of greenbacks.And .
S1.0O p-Annum. The half long sleeves now so much worn then by bluffing, get.'em. To draw-to ante at Keystone living Target will take
"Tell me, ye winged winds, for evenings have often ribbon epaulets .>r More. But by that draw to fill; and end at J. T. Martin residence place
Entered at the Put Office at Titusville as That 'round my pathway roar t else long strings of eastern looking beads The tremors and the thousand direful haps February 23,1889.Event on Satnrirr::
Second-Class Matter. Is there no place on earth pendant from their lower edges. That hands are bare to Tis a consummation
wished. To draw-to All
to be
Where women come no more? embroidered the Devoutly
Black silk
stockings up To fill?-perchance to bust Aye there's the rub: No. l, at 10 a. m.
,:' ". THE the OFFICIAL: newspaper And the sad winds sighed in accents outside of the leg to simulate buttons and For In that vagrom draw what cards may come

for Brevard, county. low buttonholes, so recall a bishop's gaiters as to When we have shuffled off tb* uncertain pack. Open to all Amateurs who
never shot
and answered have a decided ecclesiastical tang. Must give us pause. There's the foul take ia
As no
they swept by, a contest at 10 Keystone Flying Tar
.. The Star has the Largest. circulation The plain coat sleeve is rarely seen now That makes calamity of a bob tailed flush 8e ti.
; of any paper on the East coast of Fla. They don't sing it any more, and the adays. But if it suits one's taste it can be For who would stand the blind, the crafty raise. Fntrance fee, $2.50, including cast c!
The wait the age the reckless straddle target. All the shooters the
.. .. .. is obvious. The arrival of four upon along river
,- -'- reason quite made sufficiently dressy by setting The Insolence of pats the vile base cards. # are expected to take part in this
}.- THE voters of Osceola county will hold 'Gov. and Mrs. Gleason at their home at bands of wide velvet diagonally across it. The patient player of the dealer takes ..
Now that the stocking is so much a featureof When he as well might his spondulics save
.' an election on the 33d of March to consider the College was reported in the STAR a the toilet, it is well to know that there are By simply passing Who would chaffing bear. First Prize-One 12 gauge ;!-Ib. breech

whether they will bond the county a few weeks ago. I was over there yes- those to be had which have silk outsides and Or grunt and fret under a cruel raise. loader-value, $30.00.

to raise funds to build a Court-house and terday, and found that what had recently balbriggan insides. They will stand any Forsake But that his the aces dread up of lay seeing down after three call queens Second bass-rod Prize-One value fine nickle-trimmal

'" been a dismal and not altogethertidy amount of wear. The undiscovered full against whose mightNo $6.00.
jail. A favorite skirt for wear with the hand- flush can stand, puzzles the will. Third Prize-One 25-lb. bag of Xo. shot.
bachelors' hall was transformed intoa some brocade coats for evening is of white And makes us rather nurse the chips we have

IT is said that a most excellent wash bright and cheerful home. "Where is silk muslin with a deep hem, above which -Thus Than does curious the of draw hands make we cowards know not of of,us all Event IVo. 2, at 2 p. m.

for scale insect on orange trees is made the Roman in whose house the mother of comes a cluster of tucks all run with ribbon And thus. sanguine four heart speculation

oflime: nine parts, sulphur one part di- the family does not occupy her chamberof matching the color of the coat. Is sickened with a black unwelcome club: Open to all amateurs. Entrance fee,12.50
Long scarfs of colored lace are even newer And lovely jack, pots of great wealth and moment! divided 50, 30 and 20 cent. *
luted in sufficient water to spray easily honor, and hold her court therein? than the boa for wear about the throat Without the cards, their fortunes turn awry, winners. per to the

through a tin syringe. Grove? infested says Cornelius Nepos. But Nepos lived They harmonize much more completely with Losing the right to open. Chicago Herald.A Come All Bring your Gun! Good

with lousy oranges should be sprayed a* before the Christian era, and as he knew the empire gown, but lack the warmth and time expected.J. .
richness of fur, and have a certain flyawayand
little of Judeaism he was necessarily Tragedy.
soon aa the fruits set. or nothing
frostbitten effect.
\ heathen and Andover has Characters-Mme. Queer. A salesgontle Mini.
The newest bonnets have very flat crowns,, gers.
THE prevailing way of spelling home- slammed heaven's gate in the face of though the trimming gives the effect of man.Scene-An Eighth street shoe store. Enter

opathy among the practitioners of that all such pagans and bolted it fast, that height. They are very fully trimmed with Mme. Queer. -

This is usually a bow under the brim, and strings Salesgentleman What can we do for you,, NOTICE.The .
system is h-o-m-ce-o-p-a-t, -y. con- poor man has no alternative but to go to either of very narrow velvet or of ribbon
to Webster but nevertheless is What he couldn't madame County Judge, the Clerk of tie!
trary the other place. a pity four or five inches wide. want of buttoned shoes
Mme. Q.-I a pair Circuit Court and the Sheriff the
mostly used nowadays. Webster also have lived at a late period and had the Reception gowns are now cut tremendouslylow No. 4. of Brevard and State of Florida county wfll-

r. gives the preference to hammock insteadof benefit of Paul's writings. "Wives, be in in front Though the chemisette worn [Salesgentleman fetches shoes.] meet at the Clerk's office in the Court, j!
under them almost to the its soft I
comes ears, Mme. Q.-How much?
hammock, referring to Florida land, subjection to husbands Paul House at Titusville Florida on the 2M1
your says whiteness and the pearl ribbon so liberally Salesgentlemen-Four dollars, and they ,
but present practice is almost universally and he emphasizes it by saying, "Let a bestowed on it do but heighten instead of ar&- day of February, A. D. 1S$9 to draw the

hammock. wife see that she fear her husband." softening the startling effect. Mme. Q. (handing him two two dollar bills) grand and petit jurors to r'eat the rr-
-Wrap them please.Salesgectlemau ular spring term of the Circnit Court, to
Figaro jackets are now made of braid and up
By the way, the STAR is taken at the be held in and for the of DreTtrd
tax and aid the beads and lined with bright silk to match [ drops dead.] county ,
Pay up your street. College." If those boys see the reference I the accessories of the costume. Sometimesthe (Curtain.] in the Seventh Judicial Circuit of the'

town government in its efforts,to put our made to them at the beginning of this fabric is in cashmere colors with a good -Philadelphia Call. State of Florida on the 18th day of Mirrfz.

streets in good sanitary conditlonfor the article I shall nothing but that black lining, in which case the confectionmay A. D. 1889, the same being the third]
It a goojj, expect accompany almost any toilet. ,The Silent Barber. Monday thereof. Let all take notice and
coming summer. may prove
they will come over here and assail me
From morn till nightHe be governed accordingly.
The hair is now dressed a good deal lower
investment on your part by saving a with "You're another I As to untidiness than last season. In most arrangements it toiled to win, Witness my hand and seal this 11th ]

doctor's bill later on, aside from thegreat you're an aggravated case of another." quite covers the nape of the neck, but it And pile raked of quiteA day of February, A. D. 1889.

; > improvement in the appearance of As long as they confine themselveS to recriminating should end there unless curls are worn, in Folks marveled much [LS.J A. A. STEWART,
town which the work of the Street which case they should either reach the waistor Ha never vexed Clerk Circuit Court.
our :
I shall live through it, but if be a mass of soft ripples, falling half way. Their ears with such
\ Committee will secure for us. Pay up A word as "Next
they bring oyer the College squadron I London furriers are now besieged to sell FOR SALE.
like a man ; don't wait until you are am irretrievably lost. I shall keep a snaps of sealskin. With these since the It was a change .

i e called upon to interview the Mayor. colonial exposition, it is fashionable to linerne's refreshing quite, 23 acres, mostly hammock, fronting
close watch and if I Admiral Will
see From those who Little Lake Worth $50
Prove interest in the welfare of the shoes "in the style of Canada. They range per acre.
your Gleason with the flag-ship Nettle, and also make of them collars and cuffs to jerseys With all their might
with instead of Through polities 1 3 five-acrelots: fronting on Lake Worth J
town by and and line boxes with
Rear Admiral Geo. Gleason with the so on, even jewel
Baseball and siD I and running through to Little We
hampering town government.With steam ram Unique, followed by that them. And lather mix Worth $300 each.
I Though young and handsome women may Too much with chin. '
scourge of the seas, the Golddust, Commodore and then the Also location surrounded]
his usual keen perception and now venture upon toque or even Fro a very pretty ,
Brainerd, and the sloop-of-war the big picture hat with a swell toilet, the Is rcrity his, indeed,! on three sides by Lake Absalom (blake

promptness, Mr. Hutchinson has availed May, Captain McAllister, making for other ninety-nine-hundredths of womankind verity ). Grand black bass fishing; also good''
himself of present opportunities, and by will continue to hold the dress bonnet alone The craft should heed. hunting. Some improvements fact, a)
this I shall to
fly across ocean
"i contracting with Mr. J. A. Durst has secured the correct thing for occasions demanding If you would gain sportsman's home-one mile from Lab
beach and down the beach to the LifeSaving such gowns.A A measure such Worth. There 51 at 120
are acres
subter- per
voluminous share of the The is pIain-
/ a Station.. Yes, I shall run, and I French fancy in bodices is to have the Don't way talk so much. acre. Also lots fronting on west side cfj

ranean treasures of mineral waters now shall comfort myself with the reflection lining fitted with two deep darts and the Boston Cudget. Lake Worth. Can be sold in 5. 10 ore

proven to underlie Titusville, and whose gown stuff drawn smooth and seamless over 50 acre lot. The 5 acres have 10 rod*!
antiseptic diuretic and magnetic qualities that a very illustrious man ran away..- it. To secure the proper fit, the whalebonesrun Had No Time. front, making nice homes. Can be bough
from the field of battle once upon a lime. diagonally from fronts to under arm Wife-Absalom, there is a board loose on at $25 and $30 per acre.
are now so famous. This is to be He was so illustrious that the record of seams, but are only fastened at the two ends, the sidewalk in the back yard. I wish you
utilized by fountain and bathing facilities and quite without cases. would fix itHusband On east side have some lovely ,

for the future guests of the Titusville"P6nce" his flight has been preserved for more The English small girl is more picturesquethan (crossly)-Nancy, I've no time to ranging from $100 *$400 per acre.

than 2,500 years. In those heroic ages, for told her hair is cut mend broken sidewalks. r
ever now we are
One lot of 8 l less front
in of completion. acres, more or ,
now when Grecian mothers taught their boys short at top and sides and the back drawn up Johnny (rushing in)-Father, there's a ing on Lake Worth and running throats-
The substance penetrated by the drill when into and plaited at night so as to make a wavy stray rabbit under the sidewalk
that went bail
I from infancy they to ocean. Beautiful cottage just
differed but slightly from that passed background for her face. Then her frock is Husband (excidedly)-Is that sol Whoop I
battle they must either come out victorious very full as to skirt sleeve and waist, with Go and call Fido 8 rooms, kitchen, piazza, cistern tad|

through under the preceding contracts, or die there, Archilocbus fled be- smocking in place of bands, and below that [Spends next hour: and a halt trying to claw wharf. 240 young cocoanut trees. Pn<

and a flow was obtained at about 110 feet fore the had fairly commenced.As gaiters and stout, low shoes take the placeof the rabbit out from under that sidewalk with $5,000. A great bargain. Address
which increased constantly till the cessation the high boots seen upon her American garden rake hoe clothes-polo and forked PORTER & POTTER
his great shield impeded the celerityof cousin. switch.-Chicago] Tribune.
of drilling. The contract depth of Lake\rortbFLt.
his retreat he threw it away, and when There seems to be a reasonable doubt as to - -
200 feet was increased by an extra day'srun Courtship and Marriage.She The RCT. (; H. Ia3U1:
eo. Tbsjer of Bourbon,
who thank for
he got back to his home on the island of we are to the walking stick of
has two eyes that twinkle so "Both myself and wife owe our LTH to mfe"Consumption i
thrown in, by way of good measure the period. London says she brought it in ,
Paros he wrote and published the follow One never can resist them; Cure. Sold by Diekson Grytusiille
to a depth of 260 feet. A large amountof because her majesty Queen Victoria, the Two cheeks both red and white you know Fla.
is noticeablecausing violent pulsa ing lines: Empress Eugenie and the Princess of Wales Two bps and I have kissed them! Are you made miserable by iodigvtrioa O
gas "Rejoice, some Gleason, who my shield all now and again hare need of it. Paris remembering Two tiny feet surpassing art. pation. Dizines. Loss of Apptitr I>lfcw Ala,
tion in the flow, which is the largest in find, Bernhardt La Tosca and the era Two white hands, soft and supple; Shiloh: Vitalize is a positive Car,.. Sold t j IU1-

town and at the least depth, which Which may in some hedge, unhurt, I left Directoire swears by sun and moon and rain And yesterday she stole my heart- son k Grey, TitusTllle. Fla.
that she brought it in, and from thence came To make another couple.New Why will you corgh when Sbll h'. Care i3 I*"*!
makes Mr. Hutchinson a subject for con- behind. the inspiration.-New York Commercial Ad York Evening World. immediate relief? Price 10 eU S0ct and |L ft**f

gratulation. Farewell, my shield; Now I, myself, am vertiser. by Dickson t Grey.TttnsTille, Fla.

free- Sudden Changes Liable. Shiloh' Catarrh Itemed7 positive cure fcr Cajtarrb.

} I'll buy another full) as good as thee." HOUSEHOLD HINTS.A Young Corkfitsroy hastily seeks a cab on Diptheria and Canker Month gold by Dart
Minis. his return from Europe and Is driven rapidlyto son & Grey. Titusville, Fla.
I find I have made a mistake of one
Mr. B. J. Mims left :Monday morning sty on the eyo will sometimes yield to his apartments. "Hackmetack," a lasting aDd 'ravtDt ptB**,3
word in quoting Archilochus-one worddon't of black "Now, James," ho remarks to his valet: Price 25 and SO cents. Sold bj Dickies tor?
.. for a short stay in Jacksonville. amount to much-the Greeks were an application very strong tea. "you telephone to my haberdasher and my Titusville, Fla.Shiloh' ..
Try a wineglassf of strong borax waterin tailor that they must come to me at once." Cure will Immediately relieve a-cr
:Mr. and Mrs. Cosgrove returned this fighting the Thracians not the Gleasons of starch for
a pint raw collars and cuffs.There "Gracious. 1 have been on the ocean fif- Whooping Cough and Bronchitis. Sold ty

week, after a pleasant trip down the at that time. is poetic and chronological fitness in teen days-blahst the beastly weather and I & Grey. Tltustllle. Fla.

river.Mr.. As the hermit left the College for his making "Eden" pudding of apples and cus don't know what changes may ham taken For Dyspepsia and Liter Complaint 5b8oi's,OIl tun
printed guarantee on every bottle of .
in the fashions. -The
and Mrs. Duren and sister, Mrs. solitary retreat on the east side of the tard.A place Epoch. talizer. It never fail to cure. Sold< by WeH *|
medical writer denounces the "milk Grey, TitnsTille Fla.
Buie, were welcome callers in Mims Wed sound, he carried with him a lovely loaf, shake" as productive of. internal cramps, Hoping and (Not) Uavin:. A Nasal Injector free with aeb bottle.< f*

nesday. fresh from the oven. It was as white as colic and indigestion.It Before we were married. Catarrh Eemedy. Price 50 cent Sold, by lab'

Mr. F. L. Babbitt, representing Smith snow and as sweet as a rose. As she pre- makes a great deal of difference whether We My used wife to and build I-castles & Grey. TUusrille, Ha.

sented it to him the cultured donor coffee is ground fine or coarse. Fins pul Up high In the sky. Sores Ache and rat
suggested -
Pimples, ,
of Jacksonville in Mims
& Frazier, was verized coffee is best for making it by And now we are married
Monday. that, as he was confined to bis- "leaching" or percolation, and coarse for My wife and I. When a hundred bottle of umpanEa K

cuits, made with baking-powder, on account boiling. It i.. always better to have a coffee The castles wo planned then pretentious specific fall to eradicate remember ia-bert IM Kre
Miss Eunice Harrison is five nla or contagious blood poison
having mill and it wanted. Are still in the sky.
grind yourself
of his limited knowledge of the as B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm) bas pined tatty
Y BUde.A
acres of hammock cleared and set in Rose Terry Cook pertinently declares that sand victories, In a*many seenunf ly ittC57Sis
art of baking, he doubtless would enjoya I stance Send to the Blood Balm COL. AtJaeta,t
orange trees.'Mr. women who indulge their children with rich Mean Trick In Dingus for "Book of"wonders"aDd be eonTl ce4. II I
little change. MOSELEY.In and indigestible food of every kind and with Dinguss-Shadbolt, here is that dollar I the only TRUE BlOOD PCBJnEB. .
I Coody's cousin, from Lake Apop- strong coffee and tea under the plea that they borrowed of you a month or two Ago. G,W. 1Iell<<-f. Ilowell's X Roads, Ga., wri

ka, has been spending a few days with order to make room for my new ought to have what they like to eat and Shadbolt (in extreme vexation)-Confound was cine afflicted I could nine take did year me with no good.sore. I A tben J ttt teed I

him this week. and elegant Trunks and Valises, whichare drink, do literally keep a dram shop in their you Dinguss I What did you want to break B. B. and 8 bottle cured IDe so.edMrs. ." '
now on the direct from the manufacturer's. own homes and make drunkards of their your record for McStab offered to bet ma S. M. Wilson Bound UoQBtaiB. J
Mrs. Anna Carl lie and Edna returned way, own children. $5 the other day that you would that writes: "A lady triend of mine was troubW
I have marked down thoseon pay bumps and pimple on her face and MCk.three Sa
home from Jacksonville after a month's hand. J. BIrot BAUM. *Mustard is the nearest approach to a uni- dollar, and I took him up. bottles of B. B. a,and net skin got ton
visit with relatives.We versal cure all. Few pains will not give [Dinguss subsequently calls on McStab and smooth, pimple disappeared and hu kes1W III
-Elegant Umbrellas, Rubber Coats, way before a mustard plaster and a wide' collects $3.50 pursuant to previous arrange- proved greatly." Ga. writes:

were indeed sorry to loose our Rubber Leggins and Rubber Hats at J. range of internal inflammations from colds ment.-Cbicago Tribune. years Jas.ago L I Borworth.contractd Atlanta blood poison. 1 k4 ..t,.M

friends :Mr. and Mrs. John Elliott, who Birnbaum's. and other causes may be stopped by in : tite, my digestion was ruined, rbeamatisa:rr*
timelympplication. It is the first and best One on Santa. my limbs so I could hardly walk my t ..lid
left here for their Iowa home Saturdaymorning. cauterized five time Hot Sprinr gave ws
resort in threatened Soon Santa Claus the house o'er.
pneumonia tops "
or -
congestion until
In Wc11itgtan1'. Z., a diver who bad eAt and my life wa one of torture
\ of the lungs or hard colds on the chest. Will trot his antlered friskerv) ; B. B. a trial, and, surprising a* it msy sees*.
dowu boine thirty feet to place some
a gone -Good Housekeeping. The while the wind, as oft before of fire bottles cured rce."
use _
Mrs. R. A. Beck left Tuesday afternoon blocks for a pier foundation, was attacked bya ,-- Will permeate his whiskers.
devil fish that succeeded in fastening on -New York Evening Sun. BUYEBS'aUIDEiJOia6ued
a Jacksonville. Before returning ..'t nI.l ti.ii.i liiui.Y7ifo -"*.
him, and, in spite of all his struggles pinned March and
she will purchase an gdaughter for her him to one of the piles of a retaining wall. -Shall 1 put your diamond studs in A Mild Expression of Displeasure. :. It i> *a cU1-

Miss Ida who is taking music The diver, however, had the gocd sense to your shirt le rffiusoondWlt."lt Blobson What's the matter with Bigsby's a Of tLSCi>U bf.n'-
remain quiet, and the devil fish whose arms *>:i earth! are you thinking cheek IPopinjayoh for all abs:

lessons of MissE. Harrison. measured quite nine feet, quitting his hold of? Do v"u want to mm rue/ 1 bavq a meeting his gun kicked hip the the. luxuries of life-or W.

of the pile, was brought to the surface on the with my creditors: tins morning.-Jewel other day. He it kicks like mule -
Mrs. B. O. Cam, sister ,of Miss Ham- I ers' says a com clotJio yuu cad furiualx yea'all -_ _
back of the diviT and killed. These monsters Weekly. every time he goes hunting. the necessary and unnece..*r*
mond, has been on a two weeks' visit at I to be in Blobson Well I don't blame I rise vJi. dance
'., are reported very numerous Welling A IJusy Day. it a bit. appliance to =
.. this place. IADEXE. ton harbor. should kick if I had to go hunting with eat. fish hunt -"*!k, K' to cz Z
"What do do
; you ia school now WillieP"Wish and in various tto*
at home,
Bigsby.-Burlington Free Press. or stay _
I was out of it most of the time.Rarper's .* styles and quant*:. +=*t flpxr> oak
The breach of promise case of VertieC. '
< deer into Charlotte Bazar. what ia required to to all these
Nine ,
were brought Ellis against Heroert S. Taylor, of Soup.As COMFOBTABLT. and you **= mate fast

-. :4r < : Harbor last week by .its sporting Conncrsvilie, Ind., has been compro. The Poor Poet. the cockroack never" plays ball or vote, estimate of the rajue cf U.t BIY
.. ',: : : ..citizens. inked.ty the pajment *280. The divorce On his Income as a poet Nor seeks undying fame. GUIDE which will be sent 0.-
". t't": ; case of Mary E. !:otIe sgainstOliver He can't life be well must know It; He has no business In thesoup receipt of 10 cents to pay P ostart.
'- An electric light company 'bas been Molfett was Gisinlrsed., the pants For to tell the truth, his verses Cut he gets there just the name. MONTQOMERVWARD d CO.
make Are much heavier'tbvi his Is.: -Terre Haute Express. ATenne. C .
' formed Fernandina. I: taving agreed tip. purse<-Jodp. '" 1.1atich1gan.



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r .:--' .- THE FLbRIDX STAR;:THURSDAY, .FEB. 14/1889. > ,5 >

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r ne' Indian River Country. P. P. P. .-.: 't
: '
: o.
IK Second; 'Edition .(!revised) of the Ere- Prickly Ash, Poke Root,and Potassiumis r "" _, .... j, .. I.would remind my Friends and Caw

f.- yard County Pamphlet,1889,just issued, Syphilis f the best, Rheumatism Blood Purifierin'theworld.,Scrofula, Old Sores' For, .. ,. tomers that this is the month for taking S. H. RAY .
of the Indian River :
t descriptive country:: Skin
Eruptions.. Malarial Poison, or any
and in to
Inventory, seeking
f. its Climate, Health and description of condition of the system requiring a power- \
r. 70 pages, with maps. ful Blood Purifier, use only the P. P. P. .
PFree with for It is incomparable and invincible Prickly Successor to J. C. Norwood and Co., V
,., on application, stamps Ash, Poke Root and Potassium is also the i THE STOCK
:'. postage to best possible tonic. It never fails to bring
A. L. HATCH, your system back, to a healthy condition ..
when run down by sickness or overwork. ,. ,_ TITUSVILLE,. FLA. ,. ,
; CITY POINT, FLA During the spring it should be used by .J> for this purpose, and to make way for I.
r.J..1. ,. everybody. It will build you up, give youan
....... .. -Hats and Caps from 25c. to any appetite and digestion, and enable your my ,
, .r"j.; wish at J. Birnbaum's.Do system to stand our long and enervating
: ( ( price you summers. Nothing like it to aid digestionnever -
te'nnot ter 'i, not fail to see .Scriven's Pat.Drawers failing to cure the worst cases of Dvs- NEAT AND PROMPT. NEAP

:. at J. Birnbaum's.: pepsia. Annual Skin Eruptions, peculiar
'i :,. to the Southern climate;immediately dried Gen'l Merchandise
:. v FOR SALE. up by its use t "

4 :< A tract of land on Indian River in the For Nervousness and Dyspepsia use Stock
, .. county of Brevard consisting. of 88 I: Perry's Liver Pills. SpringI
. acres; it being lot No.3, and south half STORE. '
..ii ;l of the northeast quarter of section 35, For Chills and Fever take Lippman's SEND YOUR ORDERSFOR

; and lot No. 3, being the southwest quar- Pyrafuge. .

'..... ter of the northwest quarter of section *
: 31 south 39 -Their: Business Booming.
36 both in range
ifclllli SOME
:. i > east. This is a very desirable piece of Probably no one thing has caused sucha AM
, l.tO'.Ji/: hammock, soil of rich quality, suitablefor general revival of trade at all the drug I propose to, keep .
. t the raising of all tropical fruits. Is stores on Indian River as their giving '
"'. '' '. situated at the Narrows,near Enos post- away to their customers of so many free LOW PRICES'AND S StockGROCERIES

...If Ii .. office. Will address sell cheap for cash. For trial Consumption.bottles of Dr.JCing's Their trade New Discoveryfor is simply JOB PRINTING A First-Class'

,.. particulars -
.. E. M. LOW, enormous in this very valuable article
"J.1 Sept. 3. Brockton.Mass. from the fact that it always cures and SACRIFICING SOME GOODS.
j never disappoints. Coughs, colds, asth- -OF-
, .; FOR SALE ma, bronchitis, croup, and all throat and -SUCH ASLETTERIIEADS -
\ ; ,
:"ot: lung diseases quickly! cured. You can
test it befqre buying by getting a trial
ida Kipeta bottle free, large size $]. Every bottle 'JI

e { QUARTER OF A MILE BEAU- warranted. I SEE MYBargainCounter


nr Five Rooms am prepared with full bet of toolsfor -
New House containing) 1 wellVith
sinking Goods.saOES.
reaJ to): Best of Orange and Pine-Apple Land. small set,have sunk four wells 155 to BILL-HEADS, GOODS >
t'ot 200 feet deep, obtaining flows of from DRY
to 86,000 gallons per day, from ,
t il'{ Enquire of 80,000, STATEMENTS,
: inch Have also a large set,
1e.thWl .'. JOSEPH HURST St. Lucie, Fla. for sinking six to ten inch pipes, if wan-

$ 12 ted. Having ventured in the business, CIRCULARS, NOTIONS
tools and successfully obtained ,
purchased ,
l :- n DOLLARS
:i. O full flowing wells, I ask the patronageand : : ',
. : WILL BUY THE FAVORITEJBIUNT influence of citizens and friends who FOLDERS, -
lI" appreciate my efforts and who want Hens' Ladies' & Childrens'CLOTHING
i': \ OESIt wells. Respectfully, Especially fine Shoes Closing Out FOR
.:; 'INVITATIONS, COST on Goods over$3.50. Too
:, Rock Ledge.
/ SEWING MACHINE.With much fine Stock in this
drawers, Brace Up.
." drop leaf fancy cover two largo PROGRAMMES,
and full set of Attachment' line. .
with nickel rings a -
depressed, appetite :
feeling your
&wortf1 .. equal to any Singer Machine Bold for 1 40 and upwards I You are bothered with headache -
is are
by CanviMers. poor you
e A week's trial in IOu home before payment is you are fidgetty, nervous, and gen- STREAMERS,
{ liked.Bay direct from the Manufacturers and rave erally out of sorts,and want to brace up.
Jia, agents'profits, besides getting certificates of war- Brace up,but not with stimulants!:, spring
1,11.;.,; rantee for 3 years. Send for testimonials to medicinesor bitters,which have for their DODGERS,

.J Co-operative Sewing Machine Co., basis very cheap whisky,and which stim- .. LADIES' FELT SKIRTS H1iTS
217 Quince St., Philadelphia. ulate you for an ,hour, and then leave ,

\W, t6.r! We Pay the Freight. -tBa 42 you in worse condition than before. BUSINESS CARDS, AT ACTUAL COST. .
that t
\ What you want is an aletrative
::ed: purify your blood, start healthy action of

)of.' Yacht for Sale. liver and kidneys, restore your vitality.and WEDDING CARDS, LARGE LINE OF HOSIERY
1.0 iii' give renewed health and strength, :
. Such a medicine you willfind in Electric : -- AT ABOUT COST.
:. A Yawl-Rigged, Northern-built Boat, Bitters, and only 50 cents a bottle any VISITING CARDS, I
drug store on Indian River.
I 30x9ft., 4 Years Old, Well Found; GENT'S AND BOYS' CAPS -
Oil Stove Awning,
(i tt Has Tender, AT COST. Gent's Furnishing Goods,

th Mirror Hair Mattresses, I A ONE STORY AND A HALF

.s.jP.t'. Cost about$600,will sell for$300 WILL BE SOLD FOR COS.

it:1t : Apply to At MIMS near Station, JOB PRINTING OFFICE GLASSWARE, t

Geo. Chester, City
oa: 42 1
,-OreS,C1a ,_ Mrs K. J. Hamilton, City Point, Fla. FOR COST.


: 1
!I THE GISGRAS GROVEAT Indian River, Florida, AND ..
t Having been Re-Furnished, is NOW
a ROCK ,
!''<<() OPEN FOR GUESTS, under the Management I Ship Chandlery Goods.
!o '
I Consisting of 66 Acres of Land; 44 of its old proprietor and owner.JA.MES .,.

Acres Under Fence, and in cultiva- "
aW.1iIi.. tion in Orange and Lemon Trees, I have a Large Stock of

.COCJIIJid 22 Acres in Bearing; all in Proprietor,

First-class Condition.For St. Lucie, Florida.39 Imported Jellies and Jam!. These will be the main features of my-

; particulars apply to or inquire of # 4
i business, but orders sent me for any-
1 & CO. PamphletPrinting1 Reduced in Price 25 per cent.
. L. A. Gingras, Esq., EACOTT ;, / thing kept in any store in Titus

the TirUSVIIXE, FL.'., vine will be promptly filled.Fruits.Eggs .
;; Or to G. J. .

.- ), Rock Ledge, Florida.
42 3mo.

.i1' x GUTTERING, ROOFING, Seed Potatoes now in StockChili ,

... Ia: XOTICE, And Manufacturing of Tin Ware. Will boy CMcte,

To all tchom it may concern: Reds, *
Take notice that, by virtue of an order Early Rose, Or any Country Produce my customersor
issuing out of the County Court of Brevard And Repairing of all kind
County, Florida, by the Honorable MinorS. Snow Flakes, friends may bringto -
.Jones County Judge, exercising Probate "
\ MAIN ST., near .
the administrator of Location: riser.u.., market.
jurisdiction,I will, as Peerles.
lI4"i'. the estate of the late William F. Russell,deceased SEND YOUR ORDERS f'
& offer for sale at public outcry, be- Beauty of Hebrous. -
fore the Court House door in the town of FOR SALE, ;
;fiI1 -
. Titusville, in said county, on the 4th day .
.-. ,- of March,A. D.18S9 the same being a legal 350 TREES, IN GROVE, PAMPHLET PRINTINGOF -. '.', I[ ask for a share of the public patronage -
;,;tI 1 between the legal hours of sale,
... sale all the day following, real property of the estate 200 Six Years Old, All Bearing. and come as a supplicant, not a

., of the said William F. Russell, deceased, Fine Hammock Land .
Orange Grove on MyGROCERY die tator, asking for your favors.If
to-wit: All the one
; or share of,in and to the following described and WO SMALL FRAME HOUSES, I : courteous treatment,good
parcels of land, situate, lying
If: pieces being in or the county of Brevard and State 10x12 and 15x12, Porch 22ft. ALL DESCRIPTIONSTO STOCK goods and low figures is
of Florida to-vri: Lot one (1), of section Abput 1,500 Trees in Nursery, rf
15, Township 35, south of Range 40 east, I. 25 Bearing Peach Trees, Blooming, ._ the candidate for
.11 also 20 acres known as THEFLORIDA-
containing 50 acres; : Vas never more complete and attractive
the southern portion of the Park Place, 40 Lime Trees, public favor,
41 section 7, frontingon 7 Lemon Trees, Bearing, ,
36 Range ; '
iIf Township 15 Plum Trees, small, then I'm
Indian River,the southeast corner commencing ..
on said river; thence running 2 Apple Trees, STAR elected.Yours C
2 Pear Trees,
westwardly to the west back line; thence
f fif1r northwardly; thence eastwardly to the river 5 Mulberry Trees.

; thence southwardly to the beginning- ,so Flowers, Roses, Etc. JOB PRINTING OFFICE. CEO.B.. RTTMPH,, .f ,,
p as to contain twenty acres. m ACRES OF LAND IN ALL. .
Terms cash. Purchaser pays for title. Price, 82,500. .

f Administrator Russell,deceased of the'"' tate of William.42-4w.F.' ADDJLESS-B. REVELS Shiloh, Florida. Titusvillela.. 2. ',_ f' .. S.. Hw- .


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FEB. 14, 1889. .


;. t : STRAVBITS." newspaper,ana does correspondence for some PIONEER,COOPERAGE -
continental journals. IT we see a man waizing, and notice furtive CARDS.

: There; ,are'5OG3IndIns. in roe state of New Mi- .0. ci Converse,:who is now living in side glances, if his walk is snaffling or Syrup Barrels .$2.25.
York. .T sly, we will find a deceitful wretch or if bec- GINGRAS
:: "- Waterbury, Conn., at the. age of 78, says ; L.A. .
The secret orders throughout the United she taught President Garfield for awhile ia ter educated, a somewhat cunning man, or, Gauged to order. ten cents extra.
States"are'said to number over 200. her school at South Bend and also had Gen. better still, a man secretive and observant. '

Four brothers were married to four f sisters Harrison for a pupil. If in a woman, the base V is vanity love of Wheelwrighting and Repairing.C. Am-AT-LAWANDMOTARTPlIBlia
"sy the same minister at Louisville, Ky.:, dIng Mme. Munemitsu Mntsu, wife of the Jap- Rock .
The "bearing of a prince" means 0.B. Ledge Florida.
the last two years. anese minister at Washington,entertains her

Morning first begins'terrestial chronologists intimate,, friends with music on the "koto,". ,man physically using, oil than his a locomotive finely formed' athletic Honev. barrels and Oval Water Breakers

reckon, 230 miles west of the coast of the Japanese piano. It is 6 feet long by about naturally, but the muscles, from 32.00 up. D.L.. GAULDEN,
8 inches wide and the silk drawn "regal carriage of aqueen"
Chili, at Easter Island. strings are little .
lengthwise on the rounded MIne. Mutsu more than the eloquent Tanksand
Cornell has 1,174 students, 123 of whom are curves of back, neck and the beautiful poiseof ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
ladies. The attendance is the largest in the is a clever performer on the "koto," and she the head. all kinds of COOPER WORK to order ,

history of the institution.The is especially acceptable"when she renders the ,Titusville, Florida.
music of the "Mikado.
largest; carpet in the world has been on I I FOOT NOTES. T. JOELYSOX

exhibition at the Cincinnati exposition. It DAUGHTERS OF EVE t LaGrange. : : Florida. & WILLIAMS
contains 2,703 square yards.A Chester A. Arthur wore No. 9 shoes end JONES ,
fcatton gaiters.Le"i .
Vienna man has left >y will the sum of Mme. Hess, of Paris, has refused .'),ooo for I fCfzR ,ODD,000 Pe believe that It
80,000 florins to .a young woman who habitually her hair, which is six feet long. P. Morton wears buttou gaiters the Of the nA &isbe4tobni8eeda AttorneysatLaw.Titusville *
Imperil* mtwA
best uwtf apfl they'
No. C use
i quality. is his size.
nodded to him whenever she met him. The queen of Portugal is known among her Florida.G
Among' the students at Princeton college is icbjects by the title'of "Angel of Pity." I New Yorkers wear much slimm.r shoes Ferry's Seeds
one 72 years old. He is studying for the The Duchess of Cambridge pays a well I are worn in any other city. > EO. M. BOBBINS

ministry and expects to J graduate this term. I I Known vocalist$ ,000 a year to sing to her Henry Clews is a small man, and wearsa .H.acknowledged FERRY *to the are ,

It is estimated that there are 2,500 women .' daily. 5% American style laced shoe. He is bard ;! Largest Seedsmen

in the United States who hold'diplomas from I I: Patti charges more for her ab- Co suit, he is so nervous. k In the world. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
every year : '
medical colleges, either American or foreign. j polutely farewell warbling. She is now sing- For small feet the southern women are ine ? ii1 mastntodJDescnp.D IfLFEBXTACO'S TITUSVILLE, Fi.LA

The Russian minister of railways has issued !I\ ing in England for $3,500 a night. van. They wear rather wider shoes than tire and Priced \

an order that in the future all passengers I Tho little fortune of $40,000 collected for shorter.heir New York sisters, but their feet are 1' >SWSEED ANNUAL M. THRASHER %;
V ,
who play cards will be "judicially pursued." I Mrs. John A. Logan has been so well)) invested M-Jb( A ForISSO ,

The salary of the English attorney general I as to return a very comfortable income. Cyrus W. Field wears a No. 9 boot, for to Wm all be applicants mailed FREE,and ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
is 7,000, with 5,000 perquisites. The solicitor A Indian I rfhich he pays $CO a pair They era of the -b-- to last rear's customerswithout ,
10-year-old tied .
girl and
was up nest stock ordering Invalu. ..
and fit
Mr. it.
general's stipend is .i:6boo: and !::3OOOperquisites. Field's slim foot P. O. Box 20. S.\ 70IID FLA.' Ii
set on fire by her tribe at Port Ludlow, ?.arllsst Cau1IowerIn : :
w.// a. glove.Coiisiimptlon Will practice in all the counties of the Seventh
T., a short time ago, but managed to -- --.. -- exfstease should send te it. Address Circuit and Supreme Court. I
,The season at the several French watering The girls in the university at Minneapolis f D.RS.FERRY CO.,Detroit,Hlcb.

places is beginning. Attractions of all kinds are to be drilled in regular soldier fashion I Surely Cured. ALLEN E. HEYSER, ,

than would usualA appear to be much more numerous and to carry real guns. A-company of 100 ,j i To THE EDITOR-Please inform your readers that JOHN F.. STRATTON & SON, -
has been organized. I have a positive remedy for the above-named
farmer in Monterey county, CaL, is pre- Mrs. Cleveland appeared on the streets in I disease. By its timely Use thousands of hopeless Attorney-aBaff an Conyeyancer "

paringtosow 16,000 acres with grain this Washington recently clad in a dark, plain triad cases to have send two been bottles permanently of cured. I shall be Lake Worth Dade
my remedy FUEE to anv County; Florida.
winter. He is to use sixty-eight and cloth ..
gown a jacket, with a coachman's I of your readers who have consumption if they will .
plows;it is said. cape and big buttons. send me their express and post office address. Will furnish Abstracts of Title to Dade

It is said that the prairie dogs ,come into Mrs. Hancock has established herself comfortably I T. A. SLOCUM. M.Respectfully C., Ml 1. Peul gt., New York. County lands. "t
Osage City, Kan., and sit: around in the back at Washington in the handsome I 34 Importers of all kinds of

.door yards until the _housewives shake out I, house which was bought for her by the admirers I! Month Harmonicas T? B. BURCHFIELD,
the table cloths.! of Gen. HancOck.V ,.
I How's This 49 Maiden Lane, Xew York. 34
- John Tartar, of Oswego, spit on his hands Lady Salisbury has initiated
a movementfor We offer Oue Hundred Dollars Reward
and went out to cut, some wood for for any JOHN F. STKATTOX< & SON, COUNTY SURVEYOR.
Sunday, I' presenting Mrs. Phelps with a souvenirof case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by taking
and wfit 49 lI.IDEL.Xl':. XE'.V YORK. I
ten minutes later his f1.
found him her stay in London. The gift is to take Hall's Catarrh Cure. Orders '
dead. The moral is obvious. I the form of a valuable bracelet. F. J CHENEY & CO. proprietor, Toledo O. by mail will receive as prompt
We, the undersigned, have known F 'J Cheney attention as calls in person.
One of the promise sensations of the Paris 'The most famous .of cafe concert singers i' for the last 15 years. and believe him perfectly h exhibition will be:jj-iven by a man who will I After Therese, Victorine de May, has just iu all business transaction, and fina'iclaUyable I Address: Georgiana Fla. :'
make daily balloon ascensions to carry out any obligations made! by their Importers, ManSlaetnrtr and Wholt'
mounted on a died. Her style was vulgar, but her power I firm. *ale Dealersin .- ;-
horse; that is, daily until something happens. of facial Wejt ., Trur wholesale ", all kinds of ; ATKINSON. t
expression was great, and her voice I : drn !?i it" Toledo.O. ItiMral Monlundite. KuMcal: I>*ix<>e. Bind Instru H.F.
4 A single pair of herrings, if allowed] to reproduce immense. I j| W.ildnig Kinnau & Marvin, wholesale drug. ments.' MiattonV PeMtrHtPd Russian 1i
cists Toledo Ohio
undisturbed (twenty years, would Miss Kate Drexel is having a breakfast j' E. H. Van Ho..sen, cashier, Toledo National Out Violin Strings 34
not only supply the whole world with abund- room in her house in Philadelphia fitted I lank, Tol.-do. Ohio. i JUSTICE OF THE PEACEFor f
ance of food, but would become inconveniently and decorated by Webrauen in up j!I Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally acting JOHN F.. STRATTON & SON, <:
moresque j directly upon the blood and mucus surfaces of the the Second Justice District of. Brc- ;
numerous. style, a feature of which will be the arrange- I j II *)stem. Pri''e ;5(". per bottl Importers yard county Court days third ..
t A Paris paper"sees with alarm" the spread ment of the rich draperies in panels. I I I Sold by all l Druggists. 34ucklcn's and Wholesale of each month.; Monday

of the English language throughout the One of Matthew Arnold's daughters is :, ? :

world, and "is forced to conclude" that it Mrs. Whittridge, of New York. Another is Arnica Salve. p- \ Dealer in

wont be 150 years when Frenchmen will have now about to wed Armine ode house, sec THE MUSIC HOUSE OF FLORIDA.
to talk like other folks.A ond son of the Earl of KimberJy This II The best salve in the world for cuts, 3JUSIV.LMerchandisc

man in New Brunswick has displayed a bride-elect is said to be the very picture of bruises!!, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever ((t I I
strange taste about dying. He dug his grave, her father. I sores, tetter chapped hand, chilblains, ? \

lowered his coffin, got iu and took a dose of The city of Trenton, N. J., claims the corns and all skin eruptions' and positively I

poison and then pulled the string to-a landslide roundest city officer in the state. Miss Hattie cures piles, or no pay required.It \ # fi// 49Maiden A. .B. CAMPBELL f

,: which descended upon him. Owens, a girl of 9, has been made second is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction \ Bc fr

The banana peel has at length found a rivaL assistant city clerk, and can now be seen on or money refunded. Price 25 cents Lane Jacksonville Fla.

A Portland, Ore., man slipped on A wet leaf duty at certain hours filing away in their per box. For sale by all drug stores in EiV' YORK. ,
and broke his shin bone. A curious featureof proper order the official documents in the Titusville, and on Indian River. !-\
John F. Stratton & Son's -
the accident is that he walked around for city clerk's office. I Celebrated ,

two days before he knew he was hurt. The last new comer to the Theatre Fran- Advice to Mother Russian Gut Violin Strings I will Sell and Deliver at your nearest

A cobbler at ,Petersburg.Va., whittles out cais is a girl named Bertinz, aged 15. She Mrs.WnreLow's SOOTHING STBUPshould always THi: FINEST IN THE WOULD. station First-Class t
his own shoe pegs, makes his own lasts melts won the first prize at the Conservatoire this be used when children are cutting teeth. It relieves Our Guarantee. a Dealer r..ceiv'a a com.
the little suffererat it natural plaint (which he believe te be
once; produces honest) from auy
his own wax, pulls his bristles out of his own year, and there was considerable hesitation quiet sleep,and the little cherub awakes"brightas KUSICMII to whom he ban sold ai hogs and makes uniform about letting her on the larger *. button." he 1st authorized
a charge of twenty-' appear stag a It is very pleasant to taste. It by us to give him another string
five cents for a job, 110 matter whether it is a But she played Cecile in "II ne faut Jurer de soothes the chiMa softens the gums,allaysalJ pain, without char e, ,and all piah bus will be made I
t sole Rien" with great success.One regulates bowels,and ia the beat known remedy good; by u" to oar customer without quibble or OR J JC
or only a patch. for diarrh a, whether arising from teething or question. (Beware of imitation)
Winchester, Tenn., craves distinction, on of Louis ma's well known literary other causes. Twenty-fire cents a bottle. Dealers Mill pI8:'*.. vend for descriptive catalogue > -
very unique grounds. The town possesses a women is Mrs. Slaughter, who writes over V ". Trade supplied at lowest prices. 34 S

boy 1 year 10 months old who smokes a pipeor the nom de plume of "Pleasant Riderhood." FOR LESS: MONET than any other house in the
cigar with as much evident relish as any She is a tall, blender, gray haired woman, of Opened for the Season. Cnited States. I always guarantee icatromeoU to I
full grown person. lIe acquired the habit gracious manners. Her borne is in Ruston, be as represented. I U ill aMp a Piano or Organ to
when but 1 old La., in a big brown house of ejrA who is auy honest man or woman on trial and it not
year and it has been growingon many gables, man interested in his own satisfactory, I will pay freight both waIL S35 ,
him ever since. covered with jasmine vines. welfare will be pleased to know tha t cash and $]0. month on a Piano and $10 cash azd

There is a bootblack in the New York city The Woman's congress in Detroit, which $5 a month on an Organ till paid for-not mock
more than
ANDREW GIBSON ordinary rent. On these liberal
hall who is has recently completed its labors devoted very
quite a curiosity. He has one terms anyone can own a instrument Send for
win off below the elbow and wears a wooden considerable attention to the absorbing ques- Keeps the finest oysters to be found in'l'ltus"llIe FREE CATALOGUE containing full informattoa.. ;
limb strapped tightly to the stump. To this tion of woman's wages. The general opinionwas Sheet Music, Strings, Violin, Baiijoe Guitar, Aecordeon -

wooden arm is fastened a brush, and he uses that the inequality of women's wages that ia made*, and and in at fact very every low prices.)lu.icalln.trumot Send for complete -

it as adeptly as the. one held in the hand he with those'of men was purely arbitrary and AND SERVED IN STYLE TO SUIT Catalogue. I have 20.000 piece of Choice I
has remaining. Could be successfully met only by organiza PATRONS. Music at 10 cents per copy. 5,000 books of Choke
Music at 10 cents per copy. 6,000 Book of Choke
An audacious tramp sneaked into a residence tion.The r'v--u', _ -0- I vocal and Instrumental Music at.COcenUaadS*
( r-7"'ELF
in Washington place New York, and daughter of Mrs. Alexander, the En- L"\; ;'1/ IcrEz..J Plain and Fancy Cake made to order. Cents. Any piece of beet music published, at 2
tarried long enough on the premises to makean glish novelist is preparing to enter the literary : : .C.J.ENCE C>F XJI': t r.SO per cent below publisher*price- Book of 3 I
entire change of He world. She is said to )be highly cultivated A SC \..u.iilc and Standard Popular Medical Treatise on Baker's Bread always on hand. pieces eacb. sheet music size,10 cents. Send tor
clothing. even appropriated the UrrDM: Youth,Premature Decline,Nervous Catalogue.A. .
undergarments. It is said that on to have a decided taste for readIng and:: I'hysical Debility, Impurities of the Blood Also a first-class Barber shop attached. B.
emerging he resembled a "swell," carrying a and writing. Such literary work as she Campbell, Jacksonville Fla.

heavy cane and wearing a high hat has thus far essayed has beeu printed anonymously { I TaiiMbi Meals Ht all hours; from :) a. 11 p. m. [Mention this paper.] 50lyr.. i"
in the English magazines and re Parties desirng to leave on morning mail
Samuel W. Dowd, who recently died in views. boats and hacks will ----------V

Madison, Conn., at the, age of 80, was one of The fashionable thing for a society woman I I -s-- 5,000 Budded Trees For SaleAt
a family of five whose
.. combined ages were to do this winter is to invite friends for the PARKER'S
e&S years. Some years ago the tamny moved evening or afternoon and employ a lady of !Icjsiiltmg trom Folly,Vice ignorance Excesses or HAIR BALSAM Low Prices.
from the old Dowd homestead to a new home, Overtaxation, Enervating and unfitting the victim
literary fame to read a to the Cleanses and beautifies the hair.
and they took with them fire from the old fireplace Mrs. Abby Sage Richardson paper has several guests. !Work,Easiness!,the Married or Social Relation. .Promotes a luxuriant growth. 60,000 in Nursery.Apply .
engagements Avoid unskilful pretenders. Possess this greatwork.
transferred it to the new and it has Never Fail to Bettor Gray
never been allowed of tlm kind. The "feast of rea It contains 30')pages,royal 8vo. Beautiful Hair ia ill Youthful Color. to W. H. SHARPE
to go out. son" is followed by a least of quite another bin .ng. embossed, full gilt. }Price only$1.00 by .Prevents Dandruff and hair falling ,
A merchant nail, post-paid. concealed in plain wrapper. 60e.and f 1.00 at DmI<'lZ11ts.
recently from Constantinople description, as an elaborate supper is given .:".1*i\"c Prospectus Free if yon apply now. The City Point FIa.
says that 83,300 ounces of attar of roses were after the evening's entertainment. distinguished author Wm. II. Parker, M. D., received -
bottled in Turkey this summer. The greater The Duchess of Sutherland the COLD AND JEWELLED MEDAL
of this whose death from the National Medical Association,
part product is shipped to France and
that which reaches America is said in many, has just taken temperance place, was one of recruits the most of distinguished PHYSICAL for the PRIZE DEBILITY.ESSAY on Dr.Parker NERVOUS and a corps and Traveling North or South take the
cases to have been diluted by shrewd Yankee Her recent of Assistant Physicians may be consulted confidentially
merchants years. grace always wore the blue mail in at the efSce of
who buy the attar direct from by or person
ribbon. The statement which went the TilE rEAP.ODY MEDICAL INSTITUTE,
Bulgaria and mix an inferior oil with IViaflory S. S. Line
it. rounds some time ago that it conse- No.4 Uul nrh St., Koston. :\-.lowhomall
A French physician, Dr. Felz mentions a quence .of the duchess' views on the drink directed orders for as above.hooks or letter for advice ehoujd be ,

curious apparent cause of left handedness. A traffic that the duke so seldom appeared in i _
child in a certain family waS left banded, London society was, of coursewithout found- "Viet: Fern.anc1.n.a.: : I-etw'o oil:

and the second appeared to be so at the age ation.A .

of mother 1 year. It was then learned that the celebrated Persian sage gave this advice WIKKWS New York and Florida Boston Philadelphia and he( East

,always carried her children on her concerning the choice of a wife: "Choose no ,
left arm. She was advised to change, and CWBACKACHE"BAching -
woman whose
lips droop at the cornersor _
held cu her other the infant Sailing
having its your life will be a perpetual mourning;
right hand free to grasp objects, soon became should Sides and Back Hip Kidney and Uterine
nor yet they curve too much upward, FROM NEW YORK CITY ?ROM FERNANDINA.
right handed. Pains Rheumatic, Sciatic. Sharp and Weakening
.for that denotes frivolity. Beware of the PIER 21. E. R EVERY FRIDAY. '
Pains Relieved in one minute by the Curticura Aui CENTRE STREET WHARF EVERY TIIUB>D1T.
under lip that rolleth outward, for that .i ti-Pain Plaster. The first and only inotantaneous '
DAUGHTERS OF EVE. woman hath little conscience. Select for awife pain-killing strengthening plaster. 25 cents ; five The Iron Steamships STATE OF TEXAS, CITY OF SAN ANTONIO RIO
one" whose lips for $1.00. At druggists, or of POTTER Darn AND GRANDE.
are straight, not thin,
Mme. Bemoardt claims that she has never for then she is a shrew, but with just the CHEMICAL Pimples blackheads, Boston. chapped and oily skin cured fiST" Are large, elegant, deep-draft and comfortable, sailing alternately. Table
quarreled with her dressmaker.The fullness necessary for perfect symmetry." by CUTICUBA SOAP. the best on the Coast.

total resources of the widow the late SCHEDULE. ]
Professor Richard Proctor are stated to be CHARACTERISTICS OF WALKING. HINDERCORNS.

only 17tAEllen The only mrs CUre for Corns. Stops!!all paIn. Ensures Soura-BouxD, from Pier 21, E. River New York, December 28th, January 4th, I
Negroes all toe Indians comfort to the Drnggirta. Hiacox&Co..N.Y.
out all
toe in.
Terry has sent her daughter "Edy"to ; \ 11th, 18th, .25th ; February 1st, 8th, 15th and 22nd.

Berlin, where she will study music for a Women, if healthy, toe out; most men toe -Srr CONSUMPTIVE KORTH. QUND, from Fernandina, 4:30 train from Jacksonville. j
')"!arorso. in a little at least with the right foot. No- Have TOO Cough Bronchitis, Asthma Indigestion f UsePARkER'S J
Mrs. Ellen tice yourselves and see. the GINGER TONIC.1t has cured CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder...............Thursday, P. M. Dec 21th 1
Olney Kirk the author of"The worst casts and IS toe beeS remedy for aU ills arising
Story of Margaret Cent is putting throughthe The passionate and strong wear the inneror trom defective nutrition. l'akein time. We and $1.0& STATE OF TEXAS, Captain Williams...................._ Jan. 3rd I

press a new book which she calls "Better outer rim of the heel off, but men more I CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder..Thursday, 10th I

Times." i frequently the outer and women the inner. MADE WITH BOILING WATER. STATE OF TEXAS, Captain Williams. ...................... 17th

: CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder.............. cc 24th
Princess Mary of Teck is said A man going
to wear pret- placidly along, his nose a little -
tier bonnets than any other royalty in Eng- elevated, alert, with his hat tipped E PPS'S STATE OF TEXAS, CaptainWilliams.................... 3Jst

l land, always, of course, excepting the Princess straight back, is generally found to be observant .3-Direct all Freight via Mallory Steamship Line from Pier No. 21 E. B.. New York.
of Wales.W. ; if a woman, self conscious and information 43-Special obtained.Agents are.locatrd at all principal point through Florida where ticket can beiecnred*1-.:

D. Howells' sister, Mrs. Annie Howells- proud. GR TErUL-COM5='ORTING.COCOA. j8E3 -Ute-room and berth secured in advance from Jacksonville and Fernandina office.
:Frecbette has turned her hand, to fiction, ,An observant keenly watchful man, if ..-Tn1ns from F R. & X. R'y. roD directly to ship'. aide at Fernandina
further information be
tS-Any can obbi..d from
and will contribute stories to a New York thoughtful and imaginative, often goes gar* J. M. CUTLER, Passenger Agent corner Bay and Began street, Jacksonville, Fla. .
weekly paper. 1 j r fing at the ground before him, with a, slow, R. W. 80UTHWICK'Agent. Fernandina,. Fla.
One woman journalist- reporting V the proceedings pace, seeing only the fragile castles H. H. RAYMOND, General Traveling AgentC .

courts She of the holds Parnell the seat commission allotted to at-an the. Irish law:,] of fancy. MADE WITH BOILING' MILK.V V H. MALLORY & CO.. .General Agents Pier 20 E. R M{ YORK CHY.

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r .'Ye Cannibal. .:and Ta.BQatlonaree.C ,' .' ,

I { ienibtlllred on ft cannibal Isle, '-. tAod i $ OTTS.! ,.
: )1 ,ifM thinner than thin could be; ": ; Hardware and
[ a MI)gs wtr+e ice lean as the tan of a rat; EVAPORATORSMILLS
( .' fib bead rattled round In his number fire hat ;
3 And: ho left no mark oa the sand where he fiat; i

t.: ob.wofulcight was he So I he was- EMULSION! : : dw General Produce

; A dIfl1 *sight. 'r ; ,, .C=
;' .to w there came to this l'f Island from orer,the main OF:PURE COD i LIVER OIL MERCHANT. .
laodable mlsslonaree And
t: A ; Syrup Makers' Supplies.
was three hundred and 2 c=
: {Pi. weight forty-three RYPOPHOSPHXTESAlmost \ Florida
pound -S Melbourne. -

.; .IDI paunch and his Jowls and his tonsure were as: Pal table,as Milks .
,: round' tI':2 A. M. Hamilton & Co. For
Catalogue and of
Copy Sorghum
s ADd be left'a mark when he sat on the ground So dligniMd that: it tan be taken. ,
k. Just two and a half feet by three diceteet, mad,auimtlated' by the most Grower's Guide, address '
sensitive FLORIDA
80 he did- etomaeh when tbe ,plaiD umnftion TTTDSYILLE
cannot be tolerated and _.
: just pro and a half feet by three. d the oil with the by bypopboa, = Wholesale Dealers in CHAPMAN & CO MADISON DDL
phlUs is mach
more, emcaeious.Beukihle ,
moral I'm trying to teach In :
gat the my song
wfll be able to is a flesh prod>icer
I You soon see, Indian River Oysters THE
t far,the Christian proved docile and teachable Persofis gain rapidly white taking Iii ,

quite; =
"... Ha r learnt from the heathen the thing that was ,SOOlTrS EMULSION acknowledged 1 FISH:
-.. right Physicians to be the Finest and Best preparation
ADd one Sunday morning as soon as'twas light in the world for the relief and cure of .CIQ 1 Green Turtle and Game. AUTOMATICSELFSKIMMING .
Be ate up the cannlbaleelYes.hedld: CONSUMPTION
'. All orders w1ll.i'ecei\'Q and careful attention
lIeat.e up c&nnlbaleeHarvard Lampoon. DISEASES, ,EMACIATION, ..=. ,letter whether or telegraph, 17,


F. Suspicion Born of Experience.It Th yrcat remedy for Gmsvmp&m, and tI':2e make S3.OO per
W all
in house by AGENTSt"aft
was a boarding in this town } We beat the
: 'and dessert was being'served.'Mince +-' __ for low price. A

pie or orange pudding asked the A. 8 RED x 10 PLUSH, Embossed PHOTO padded biUea( RAPH,Jit\hd sages AI7BPM7,exieu Perpetual EvaporatorsAND

-waitress.'Oh 0 lion clasp, holding: 33 pages of Cabinet and Card
I don't like either," said a little 7jeerold Ms ,PillsFOR pictures, sent for $1.oo.retails for *t% ;bound also
in Japanese Morocco. Illustrated circulars FREE
as he observed earnestly a dish of 0 of the above and FIN Eli THE

the. aforesaid pudding which had been served a- -Forahee feTYLKS de McJInkf OF-.
to a boarder seated across the table from Cincinnati Ohio. _
c= Improved Victory Cane Mill
him. I TORPID UVER. ] double their money
don't like 0HO AGENTS filing our BRASS
"Why, you orange pudding Finished Corrugated .
some one asked. A torpid liver deranges the whole system I OUR SPECIALTIES.Also .
"Yes, I do," be replied meditatively he ,and produces I Q oj| REFLECTfflS SAFETY LAMP.

again glanced at the dish, "that is, if it had Sick Headache I Can lie sold ia every family. Gives Portable Soda Fountains.
In it." I IO more light than three ordinary lamps.
orange Full sized Lamp sent by Express forthirtY'
And the reply brought down the house.- Dyspepsia, Costiveness, Rheu- hi cents. rte also have the best 83.. Prices Low and Goods Guaranteed.C. .
I selling Coffee Pot In the U. S.
Elmira Gazette. Send for illustrated circulars
matism, Sallow Skin and Piles. FORSNEE&McMAKINClncinnatlOGeo. .

As It Was Wrote. There is no better remedy for these II. SCOTT, '
', common diseases than Tntt's Liver
Sbe"needed the situation so bad
She said with a charming smile Pills,as a trial will prove. Price,85c. E. Chase EASTERNHAIRDRESSING

That I paid off the typewriting youth I had Sold Everywhere SALOON. "
And took her to try awhile.

She came next morn with a yellow bow Chandler -,
If clean shad
Ship you want a ancTeasyAs ,
At the side of her snow white throat.
*Td no idea that a girl would be so clean as barber gave,
Much nicer,",I thought as she wrote.I Ulo5 > Just call on me at my saloon,

e I CURE At morning, eve, or afternoon.I'll .
Boat and Vcssle Supplies, all kinds
But this was her first letter: "Derv sur we Send Patent Anchors Chains Blocks
Sum Murchandlze: cod Elu cut and comb your hair with grace
4 AD atrustlng Yure ado too our Flans youle lend Iitd Canvass, Galvanized Wire To suit the contour of your face;
Were yourn most trooly A. B." Rope, all sizes Ladders, Tents, To you 1'11 give a good shampoo,
Spruce The art of which is known few.
'i Wondering I questioned her as she turned. FITS I IWhen Q Copper Paints, gal's, 1.2 gal's, qts.! to

And fingered the keys so welL Spur Varnish, gal's, 1-2 gal's,qt4j; ,pts. My scissors sharp, razor's keen,
rt "At a lightning typewriting college I learned '- Oils and Leads, all kinds.F. My shop is a ways my neat and clean,
But we hadn't no time to&pell.Time W. DEVOE & CO'S READY MIXED PAINTS.
I say CUBE I do not mean merely to And every thing I'm sure you'll find,
; for stop them for a time,and then have them return tj In fact anything for Building orSailinp boata. Tosuit the taste and please the mind..
Bride (looking over tho paper after start- 1 have made the disease of Hart's Block, 90 East Bay St., And now to all who patronize intend,

Ing to housekeeping)-Well, I declare 1 FITS, EPILEPSY or .B Q ITIS JACKSONVILLE. FJLA.PIANOS. Just come along and bring your friends,
John & Co.
Cheap, are giving away papers And I assure I will try
\ of pins. Actually giving them away, and 1 FALLING SICKNESS, L.l.J My very best to satisfy. may?
need Hadn't I better thereat
some badly. go
' lifelong study. I WARRANT my remedy to ,
once, dear'Hasband CURE the worst cases. Because others have
(dubiously)-Do they give themto failed is no reason for not now receiving cure. Jt3. CO 8tt If any dealer says he has the W.L.Don 1a&
that calls Send at once for a treatise and a FREE BOTTLB td Shoes without name and price stampea 01
every one of my INFALLIBLE KEMEDT. Give Expressand tI':2 the bottom, put him down as .
"No, of course not; but they give a paperof Post Office. It costs you nothing for a "i"U
pins, English make, assorted sizes, with trial, and it will cure you. Address :
every dollar purchase, don't you sees I can H.C.ROOT,M.C.'I83 PEARL ST.,NEW YOBK & r"Jp. J Ys ;;:!!r'

easily think of something else worth a dollar f;: v
that I want Shall I go?" :

,*'Um- r-y-e-s; maybe it will bo a good r- .

plan."- i 1

''"Well, dear, order a hack.PhiladelphiaRecord. tt go
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Tit for Tat. = .f Ji h Ir r Se. 'y :t

He timidly climbed up the brown stone steps;
He timidly rang the bell Q h1A i qq .' : ih .
Ho felt that this visit might be his lest
But why so he could not tell PTRFbGEA
As he stood at the door the winter wind $L'RY CURB oar ;.}4i e'i ; t91y S
Whirled In the streets about, "- CHILLS & FEVER, lei 0
But above Its roaring he heard her say, ::;: 'IjDUMB-AGUE P \ & L-.J # S _.
"John. tell him that I am out." qLA L. -<.

As tho door was opened with stately mien, -:: I > 1,1L' b'' = 7
He said to the butler taD OO
Tray go to bliss Jones with my compliments ..... ) ,i ire &9'1 W. L. DOUGLAS
And tell her I did not calL" .... t.

Williams Weekly. '4d I'a < > ...Es rC ".
lJ. OR
; k I .3P Iij $3 HOE GENTLEMEN.Best .

"Detachable." ,a YOUR HOME in the world. Examine hi.

"How true it is, my dear,"< he said, as he LIPPMA J'S PYRAfUGEIS 0 f 84.OO 85.00 GENUINE HAND-SEWED HASIVSEWKD WELT SIIOK.8IIOE.'

tenderly lifted a lock of her hair, "that a IS NOT FURNISHED 83JSO POLICE AND FAUMEKV K11QE.
thick, luxuriant growth of hair is a woman's CALLED TUB S2.50 EXTRA VALUE CALF hHOE.,

crowning glory.*' Wonderful Chill and Fever ExpellerIt PCD IYtI 82.00 82.25 and TVORKINOMAN'8 81.75 BOYS' SCHOOL SHOE. SHOES

"Yes indeed, George," she replied, uneasily cures the chills and fever, tones up the py-tcrn, WITHOUT ONE. All made in Congress,Button and Lace.

; "but please don't pull too hard." gives an appetite,bringing BtrtDgth and health to the SAVANNAH,Ga., Nov. 1, 1888. W. L. DOUGLASS3
Why, do I hurt you,darling F*he inquiredwith sufferer. IIJV Forty Thousand Southern Homes made
tender cadence. Lippman Brothers. Whotaale Druggists, happy with fine instruments since 1S7O, SHOE LADRE8.

"Ye-es George.-New York Sun. sole manufacturers and proprietors, Lipp- nod still Flanos the good and work goes sold on. last Best Material. Beat Style. Beat FltUnc.if I
3,000 Organs year.5OOO not sold br your dealer, write
mann block, Savannah, Ga. oar mark for this year.Lower Prices s. W.L. DOUGLAS. BBOCKTON MASS
lUatr monJal'AmenlUes.. Better Instruments; Easier Terms and
She tried on her dress-twas a dress to admire; Kj greater Inducement!! will gain as this increased FOR SALE'BY
It fitted her like a glove sale.Tliousands.
So she said to her husband, who sat by the fire **2m of Homes yet nnsupplied with C. J. HECTOR I
WJ EP1P1PJ Instruments that might to-day be enjoying
"Pray, how do I look In It, later
o = them through our easy system oflllelllba-
lIe lifted his eyes from the paper he read. CASH to pay down not needed. We have Melbourne, Fla.
And glanced from her head to her feet; r- A PLAN by which, WITHOUT RISK,any
Ash Poke Root, and Potassium) obtain Instrument of Styleor .
(Prickly one can nn any
Then he rose and kissed her and gallantly said,
\ U Price making either MONTHLY, XOT1CE.IN ,
., Ton look handsome In anything,sweet." CUBES QUARTERLY or YEARLY PAYMENTS! .
I tbS : until paid for, meanwhile enjoying use of COUNTY COURT, I Whereas: Par-
She smiled a sweet smile. and a bright blush o'er- Instrument.No .
spread SYPHILISPrimary extortionate prices. No Risk. No Forfeiture Dade County, Fla. } thenia F. Dim-
Her face, from her check to her brow; of all cash paid Installments cannot ick has applied for Letters Administration -
,,' How much more delightful t.hU11t he had said Primary, Tertiary Syphilis,.1->h. rl-d be promptly paid. Contract perfectly cum testamento annezo on the
r "Don't bother me,Mary; ,just DOW I" little Eruptions, Scrofula and Scrofalona Eruptions FAIR and EQUITABLE protecting purchasers estate of Moore W. Dimick deceased
; Boston Courier. Ulcers and Old Sores. Rheumatism and from all imposition or loss.
all diseases of the blood ; all those that hare late' f said county of Dade: These are
r i and ...... Write ns and we will point out the way toget andsingular
resisted other treatment yield steadily! surely therefore, to cite and admonish all
The'Dissatisfaction Mutual. to the wonderful power of P.P. P., the great a fine Instrument Ennlly and at a law' '
Blood Purifier. the kindred and creditors of said
: Depew-Forepaugh, I wish you would Price; Wonderful bargains for Fall 1888.
.. deceased to be and before this
: ... = appear
shave off those side whiskers. 1 am getting Better than any before offered. Prices
SCROFULA Court on or before the 18th day of March>
tired of being mistaken for a showman. Reduced. Notice these SPECIAL
Forepaugh Depew, I wish you would A. D. 1889, and file objections, if any
Is an impurity In the blood, producing Lumps or OFFERS IUpright they have, to the granting letters as-
raise mustache. 1 tired of being
a a am getting Swelling, causing Running Sores on the Arm, --iI-
will be
If asked a hundred times a day what cabi- Legs,or Feet,for the cure of which use P.P.P., ..... = Piano Only $200 aforesaid, otherwise the same
net,position I am hankering for.-Chicago the greatest blood medicine on earth. AU these granted as prayed.
diseases yield readily to the power of P. P. P., ....
Tribune 00 7K Octaves-OverstranEr Scale Three Witness my name as County Judge of
life and new strength. ,
new ,
giving Strings Rosewood-Fully Guaranteed
CD Price the county aforesaid, this 21st day of
Tight Places. tI':2'p. -Sweet Tone. Catalogue ,9COO.

;. Miss Westend-Such a time as I have had BLOOD POISONCured '-- Parlor Organ. -only $65Four January- 1889. ALLEN E. HEYHEB,

this afternoon Have you ever been between in Its worst form ; sometimes in cases with Sets Reeds-11 Stops-Couplers- 416wks. County Judge.
the horns of a dilemma Erysipelas,where the patient was in Eternal Pain Handsome Case. Catalogue Price,9300.

; Mr. Abatoir (of ChiNo, Miss West and given! up by the physicians. In some cases Llaj Stool Cover,Instructor,Music Book
k end;but 1 got caught once on a Texas lteer.PhlladeJphia Scrofulous Ulcers broke out till the party was a and all Paid. XOTICE.
mass of corruption; a bottle of P. P. P. was "' Freight
r' Record. procured,and the disease yielded quickly.RHEUMATISM. c=-:> Other Special Offer just at good. Largest Stock All persons having claims against the
1; South to choose Jron. TEST GRAND MAKERS. estate ot Susan P. Russell, late of Bre-
The Poet. SOO Different Stylet. Can nut all buyer Write
Pugilistic '
-- Card county,Florida,deceased, are here
for catalogues,circulars,and Free Copy of our nn
; No more of biceps does he write. to ent thorn,'properly
by required pr
paper "Slarpt and FlalJ"ffivtiifffull and valuable
No more are muscles sung And In an Affections of the Blood P.P.P.elands ,I,authenticated, within ,the time prescribed
The pugilistic bard extols alone and unrivaled, and some of its cures are information.REMEMBER t Miner
the Honorable S.
The pugilistic really wonderful.If by ; to
tongue.New York Press you Buffer from anything like Syphilis Scrofula e-+- OUR LOW PRICES. ]I I.Jones, County Judge of'said county or
; Blood Poison Ulcer, Old Sores, Rheumatism OUR EASY TERMS. to the undersigned, or this notice will
,. ,.or any,disease of the blood, be cure and ," ', c=:> l of
and all
Their Vlew'ofit.EnglishmanYouawlive. give P.P.P.a trial. ONE PRICE ONLY. stand In bar ,payment; per-
,in ,Califoriah P.P.P.(Prickly As b. Poke Boot and Potas- :I ," HAUBSOME OUTFITS. sons Indebted to said estate are requiredto
liam is no secret patent medicine like the ; BEST INSTRUMENTS. with the
1 1 believe ) many 'I make Immediate settlement
on the market. Its formula ia on every bottle _'; ALL FREIGHT PAID. :
American Yes, sir. &II''Francisco is my thus giving a guarantee of its purity and whole ;;L 15 DA.Y5' TRIAL. undersigned. .
home. f' lsomeness that no other blood purifier doe give ; MONEY SAVED ALL.LUDDEN&BATES'. S. U. RAT, .
.. ;. Administrator of'the estate of Susan
E Englishman -Quite so.- Ah, I presume your ; 1
Lippmto Bros., Wholesale>Druggists, sole manufacturers ,; ,\:,
Tftnsvllle Florida
frequently come in contact,with .my friends. and proprietor Lippnun block, Savannah P.Kussell. deceased 'i
the.Courtneys in Arizonah-an adjoining ,.Ga.' ,. SOUTHER HUSIC HOUSE. SAYJUHAH.GA. Jan. ISth, 1889. 1
te, 1 believe.-Harper5! Bazar.


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) ,LACo:1ICs. .':'7 A room has b .prepared over the -The marriage of Mr. F* T. Budge, -
old stand :Messrs. Reed & prominent hardware to Miss
occupied by our man,
I Two thousand choice two-year-old
>:lemon and 'ten thousand, orange buds for Steere, to be used as an "Exposition of Lelu Pritchard, takes place at St. Ga Tht"Jeop1es's Cash Bazar

f gaiety E. S. Wiley Ti u9 ille,>, Fla. Indian River Products,"' containing alsoa briel's Episcopal Church this night, the,(
1tA real estate office, under charge of Rev. Mr. Huntington performing the ]
:"':'Local adverti'sem'ents'are ten cents ..
Mr..Grover. Our informant would not ceremony. The church has been neatly ) i .
:-*Tp line. .. .
per, 1 say who are the movers in this enter- decorated for the occasion by the ladies, ,':. ''> '"
-Chili Red seed potatoes ; plant at prise, but we were told that it would be and no doubt it will be well filled by the

.once. Rumph's. N kept open all the year, and those who friends and well-wishers of the contract- On Corner, next ,to Railway Depot, Ttaille.

P -Top and bottom onion sets just received wished to place exhibits there could do ing parties.

at Rumph's. so, with their stencilled name upon the For Cash, uton.hol. twist, lc.,' full 10U Y d.; black silk thread 3c.; pool cotton
-Divine service will be held at the same. This will give visitors chance to Entertainment at Va,errs 2c.; best brass pins 4c.;'American pins l\c. pkg.; socks 4c. up; good note paper,

,. Episcopal Church at 11 a. m. and 7:30p. see the beauties of Indian River almostat Hall, Titusville. 6 sheets, lc.; black ink 3e.; best machine oil 3c.; hammocks 80c to$1:32; scissors 4c
to 32c.; whisk brooms 5c.; suspenders, 12 to 20 c.; Island City knitting cotton 21c.-
m. on Sunday. a glance, including some things they On Thursday evening, Feb. 21st, 1889, Flannel Shirts from 75c. to $1.25; crochet quilts, bed spreads, buttons, bustles,stationery

: -Cargo of flour just in ; also a fresh might miss on an extended tour up or there will be a benefit entertainment at blacking-brushes, towels, napkins, cartridges, in fact, anything you want,

stock of hay and grain. G. B. Rumph, down the,river. Wager's Hall, Titusville, Florida, in aid at the People's Cash Bazaar cheaper than you ever bought before.

d 'Titusville. -The date for giving the dramatic of St. Gabriel's Episcopal Church, when

the "Loan of a Lover" will be performed,
performance for the benefit of the Epis-
-f' -Orange wraps, cheaper than ever
.sold on Indian'River.. T. Hatchett & copal Church has been fixed for Thurs- to be followed by a most laughable farce,

Co., Titusville.Miss day evening, the 22nd inst. Those who I entitled, "Ici on Pane Francais.". .

attend will not only haye the pleasure of PART I.
Allie Martin, of Merritt, was in "
town;yesterday and to-day. She was the aiding a most worthy cause, but win] LOAN OF A LOVER. FAIR WARNING TO ALL.
probably witness an unusually creditable
guest of Mrs. Decker. ; Cast of Characters.
performance. There is no doubt considerable -
-Just received at Rumph's, new Capt. Amersfort..........Dr. W. S. Graham
unpolished dramatic talent withina
Spring dress goods, millinery, hats, etc. ; Officer.' PB.JCES .AJELDS GOIZKTGTO DB.OP.:
,. few miles of the Court House, and en- Peter Spyk.V. M. Brown :
also, valises and trunks. tertainments of this character might be Farmer. .

Oyster shell lime of A 1 quality is made the means of frequently pleasingand S".yzel..H.F. Atkinson If You Don't Want to Get Hurt, "Stand from under." 38
offered for sale J. S. Watson 'of El Butler.
by citizens well
amusing our as as rendering Delve..........................Chas. H. Walton
Dora. Price furnished on application.The material aid to the many worthybut Gardener.Gertrude..Ernestine'maid.

STAR is only $1.50 per annum, needy causes which always exist, especially J Mrs- Wlt. THE FLORIDA INTERN A TIONAL SEMITROPICAL EXPOSITION

including postage. Single copy, 5c., at in new and rapidly growing Brown
Ernestine Rospndale daughMrs G. M.
this office or at Dixon & Gray's drugst.ore. communities like our own. ,
ter of Baron Von Rosendale i Robbins
r rt -The Marion Fidler Dramatic Com-

t -Closing, at wholesale cost, ladies' pany played to crowded houses Monday, PART II. I i

skirts, boys' and men's caps, and colored Tuesday and Wednesday evenings. of .0r
., dress skirts. Call at once. Call at once. this week. They gave satisfaction in
Spriggins..................W. M. Brown
G B. Rumph. every respect and regretingly left our
Proprietor of lodgings for foreigners.Mrs. f
Eight o'clock is the hour appointed, I town to-day, vowing they had enjoyed Spri gins.......... Mrs.W. M. Brown
this evening, for the marriage of Mr. F. i their visit to Titusville yery much. MrW. His wife.

T. Budge. Invitation to be present is I. F. Kempshall, as a comedy actor, hif" Angelina....Their.............Mrs..l\r. E. Gruber -- iLL

i extended to all. won the praise of our play-goers, he being Mons. Victor..Dr.daughter.W. S. GrahamIn
about the best we have had. :Mr: love with
Cabbage crates, pineapple crates Angelina.
Molyneaux, as the pathetic loycr in StPatrick's Julia........................Mrs. J. P. Turner
and vegetable crates in number,
Wife of : Ratan.
Eve, did excellently ; his partin Major
octagon or square, at the lowest prices.! Divorce was well taken. Miss Fannie Major Hatan..................H. F. Atkinson
T. Hatchett & Co.Mattings Retired army officer from the -Cape.
Gray and Miss Emma Gates were the Hannah :Maria.............. Iiss l\I. Joyner e ak
: mattings, from 20cts. to best of all the ladies, and thri'r make-up House servant.
40cts. per yard. Put, down matting and
was commc il Jaut. Miss McMartin. did : W. :Mackenzie
Stage Manager.G
the labor of floors. It is
well, but her make-up would have showed Musical Director..E. B. Wager

economy. Rum'ph's.J. to much better advantage in a larger Manager..................Mrs. M. P. Robbins WILL OPEN.AT OCALA JAN 29th CLOSES MA Y 1st, 1889. I
A. Durst of Crescent the ,
City, hall Messrs. Lewis, Hatton and Rice i,
Doors at 7:30 to I
pioneer well-sinker of the State of Flori did exceedingly well in their different open 8 o'clock performance I
commence at p. m.
da, is now operating in Titusville. For parts of the three plays. The manage- .A. !

information, address box 211. ment favored our dancers with some fascinating F., ,Gr. :ElUC ..A.Y ,

-Mr. Macdonald took charge of the waltzes, etc.,after their Tuesday 1 i

Tropical Restaurant this week, opening night entertainment which was highly (Formerly,of the firm of Iluckabay & Endue,)

'up Monday'morning. We hope he may appreciated. From here they play De- 5

find the business .remunerative one. Land and Seville, but we hope to see X
Will Stock of
Open a Large f
-Mr. Gustave Mosig, of Ansonia, Ct, them here again another season. ROYAL :WdllGTLY

has purchased hammock land north of Minor S. Jones, Esq.,has had set outa ,/ ai : '

here from Air. R. Morrow within the very nice grove, consisting entirely of: Furniture and Bedding jt j F

past few day He is now down at indian the Mandarin variety, on the hammock Or

River Inlet with his friend, Mr. G. block recently purchased by him from ti

Weiser, for a few days.Mr. Bobbins& Graham. The 'land is very = ly In January at their old stand, and solicits the patronage of all ]his !

J Oscar Hall, while in town last rich hammock, medium high, and frontson friends on the river. 3ti !

week, showed us a fine sample assort Main street, directly opposite the --.

ment of cutlery, for which he is agent block selected by the town for a park, 6 P

for one of the largest firms in the and is certainly one of the most desirable WE CALL THE ATTENTIONa

country. He will make a specialty of pieces of property in town. Mrs. AnnieK.

furnishing the Indian River trade. Hogg, Waveland, has purchased a Of the people of Indian River to our stock of Good:*, l
large block of high pine land containing 4K1 $ which we are offering at very close margin. !
-Mr.: A. D. Pitts has about completedthe We make of
a specialty
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basin for the artesian fountain. This thirty lots, and Benjamin Hogg has also ;

will be useful to the town in case of fire, secured a hammock block of two acres in ti
the same neighborhood, and we are in- Groceries Grain Hay and Flour
ornamental as a fountain, and Sam Bel POWDER !
formed that
they contemplate improvingthe
cher thinks it might do to take a dip in ,
Dr. the 1
same. Houghton, genialdentist
the months that is
during summer ,, who with last winter has On which we will give special inducements. We carry a large stock of t
was us Pure.
during the "wee sma" hours of the morning Absolutely

and we think so too. made a purchase in the same neighbor This powder never varies. A marvel of purity, GENT'S FURNISHING I GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, ETC.,
hood. "Westward the course of empire strength, and whole omene8s. More economical i
-ReV' John Foy returned to our town'Jast ban 'the ordinary kind, and canuot be sold in
takes its way." competition with the multitude of low test, abort Which we are offering at low figures. Those needing shoes will find it greatly to ;
Saturday, but owing to the rainy weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in their interest to give us a call as we are selling shoes very low. .'
weather last Sunday did not hold service. -That portion of the road known as New cans.York.Royal Baking Powder Co., 108 Wall Street, We will)] be pleased to quote prices at any time. t
the "La Grange road" which lies within
We requested to state that he will -
hold morning and evening service at his the town limits has been abandoned by E. L.. BR..A.DYROBBINS fa i

church next Sunday, at 11 a. m. and the Town Council, and a new road laid GRAND VIEW HOTEL -
out under the direction of the Street Com ,
7:30 p. m. Mr. Foy's health has greatly I
improved during his absence. mittee. The new route runs from the TITUSVILLE, FLA. & GRAHAM,

present western terminus of Main streetin ia
The time for the of -0-
payment county
a northwest course, and connects with : t
taxes has been extended until the first the old road and the western bounbaryof The lost centrally locate Hotel 1 in City.

of ings April of the,as County will be seen Commissioners by the proceed-published town, near the groves of Messrs. Gru- -0- REAL ESTATE BROKERS & LOAN AGENTS I Ii

ber and Mendel. The work.of constructing -
elsewhere. The town tax book, i the new road has been delayed by NEW. .HOUSE. FIRST-CLASS IN i
however, will be closed on the 25th inst., the unusually heavy rainfall for the past

and all taxes on properties remain- few weeks, but those having charge of Open all the year round. Table Unsur LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD. i
ing unpaid at that date, will be Idver the work promise to haye the route con- passed. Bath Rooms Free. /
tised. structed and in good order within a weekif Loans Negotiated on First Class Security at from 12 to 24 per cent.
the Signal Service officers will give Rates, $2.5O & $&OO per Day.

Messrs. Deming and Bromwell, of them half a chance. The new route is SPECIAL RATES PER WEEK. Choice lots in rapidly growing Towns, will net investors 100 percent ,t i

the J., T. & K.V.. Ry. Co., while on a the same distance as the old road, and in twelve months. i

visit to Jupiter inlet last Thursday has the crossings.advantage of being without railroad J. ./ MILLER, 1'r o rietoi'. Residence lots in Titusville from $20 up to $1000. ,

caught, in less than an hour, while fishing Business lots from $250 to $2,500.

thirty-five blue fish and one or two -Owners of property within the town J. PRITCIIARD,President.W. M. BROWN,Cashier.
should bear in mind that the limit of time
crevalle, the smallest of which weighedover Agents for Florida Southern Railway Lands
for the payment of taxes is fast approaching. t
three pounds, and it was not such a In order to avoid incurring extra INDIAN RIVER BANK.Titus"llle
good'day for fishing either. Mr. Demingwas charges for advertising their property in More than 3,000,000 Acres of Choice Lands, located in nearly every !

quite enthusiastic over his success the delinquent list, it will be necessary county in the State, suitable for Farming, Grazing, Fruit and Vegetable Q
settle with the collector within the next Florida.A Growing-Pine Cypress and Cedar Timber price $1 Acre and it
t when we saw him on his return on the per
ten days, unless the time for paymentshou'ld GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS'l'RAN- upwards. .
steamer St. Lucie. beextendea to April 1 by theTown

-Mr. J. W. Butler, of Chattanooga, Council. We would state, for the benefitof SACTED. P. 0. Box 250 Titusville, Florida. .
property owners throughout the coun- Exchange bought. and sold. Special and ,
Tenn., was in town on Monday and prompt attention given to collections. Loans
ty, that the County Commissioners, at negotiated on first for I
mortgage Savings
Tuesday, looking after the interests of their last meeting, extended the period Banks, Corporations and Individuals. Inter. A. A. STEWART GEO. M. ROBBINS WALTER S. GRAHAM.Clerk .
the Plow who for of State and est allowed on time deposits. 31. D-
Chattanooga Company payment county taxes Circuit Court. Atty. at Law. rCOMPAY.
are the well-known manufacturers, of until the latter date. Both the town and Vdvances made upon available collateral.
county are in need of funds, and an early Approved business paperjdisconnted.
chilled .plows, G-roll cane mills, self- settlement by those who can conveniently Drafts on all parts of Europe. BREYARD ABSTRACT OF TITLE i
skimming evaporators, etc: We learn do would no doubt be appreciated by
that 'Mr. S. H. Ray has been appointed the city and county fathers, as it would Business done at Jacksonville rates' I Complete_ ,Abstracts .of Title furnished to all l. gds In Brc-

agent for'this company, and he will sell enable them to carry out many necessary Every favor: : consistent with sound; yard county Florida., ,
improvements at once.and make immediate banking, cheerfully extended.
these goods at factory ,prices. Anyone settlement with those who hold claims e Examined and Perfeci ed.;
wanting anything in the above line woulddo .against the respective treasurers for:'services CORRESPONDENTS, :Bank of Jacksonville, '
Fla.; The Seaboard National
.. .",.well. to call on Mr. Ray. i .already performed. Bank,New York. 23 Box 250, Titusville, Fla.

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