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:
March 21, 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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, VOL. IX. : TITUSVILLE, FLA., THURSDAY, MAR. 21, 1889. NO. 48. "

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Cocoa. -v was inveigled into a lighter, which was Melbourne.Dr. .T I make arrangements for that and other Lake Worth.
Methodist Sunday school has tied to Mr. '
The yacht Restless.
Green of Gainesville, Ga., is visiting matters. Good weather.
to a membership of sixty mem- The steamer St. Lucie came to the
.p\fD landing with up his brother-in-law, Dr. Lyman. The communication of "Transportation" Visitors plentiful], but still room for
a great blowing whistles
Charley"atson former the in last week's STAR like purser on appears more.
H. J. Tiffin returned to Courtney and ringing of bells just as Mr. Lapham
lockledge[ paid Melbourne a flying visit one of the old biennial spasms of "goingto The Bon Ton in
Monday, after a few days' visit to sailed off with the lighter and live freight came from the B. I.
B last week. something. Perhaps Mr. Trans- '
in tow. The mule became wildly excit- R. on the 15th.

..Cbcoa.Mr. ed by the unusual sounds, and made desperate Dr. McCormick, Mrs. and Miss McCormick portation is unaware that, owing to long Chas. A. Lane and Jas. McFarlane are
Harold E. Trower, who spent a continued and heavy rain, the river is
returned their home
efforts to jump overboard while to at MIras clearing off and fixing up the lake fronton
fey days here left for Jacksonville last last much above low water mark, and also,
the spectators looked on in breathless expectation Wednesday morning. their places, and have neatly improved -
fctnrday.Mr. that the Cleo, drawing more water than
until the firm hand and assuring Messrs. Alexanders returned on Friday the looks of their fronts already.On .
Joseph Dawson is paying a visit of the St. Lucie, for months during the very
voice of one of :Mr. LaPham'sdaughters from a very successful cruise up the the 9th ex-Postmaster V. O. Spencer -
few days to his sister, Mrs. G. J. Mer- lowest stage of water, made the run
s (who had braved the trip on Banana in their sloop Osprey.Mr. while fishing from his wharf, caughta
of this place. through the worst places in the old chan-
eaThe the lighter in case of emergency) made H. E. McMillan has launched M/ nel at full speed, making as quick timeas Tarter in the shape of a four and a

Ladies' Sewing Society met as the poor frightened animal understandthat Stewart's boat. It sets well on the water she has this winter delayed half foot bonnet-nose shark, which he
never being -
ass al last Thursday afternoon in the he must submit to his fate and remain and looks as if it-would be fast. succeeded in landing'though he had
broken shaft. We
except by a supposed -
Episcopal church. peacefully quiet. Then the Restless The third lecture of the course under the design was to improve the nav- nothing but an ordinary small hook and

Miss Julia Roberts and Mr. and sailed off in triumph. from the ad- the auspices of the Y. P. S. C. E. was igation of the river for the many sailing line.

) rs. Sam Childs 'left for Washington, miring gaze of the onlookers.Eau delivered by W. I. Metcalf, Esq.-sub- craft instead of digging a thirty foot The Lyman Brothers have bought the

p. C., on March 10th. ject, "Paris and Versailles"-and was ditch, through which one steamer can schooner Bessie B. of the Brelsford Bros,,

Mr. J. Banks has gone to Atlanta, Ga., Gallie.Mr very interesting. work her way, with care in poling around the latter having no further use for her, r

tat will return to his home at City Point Thos. Snell and other gentlemenfrom A number of our citizens went to Eau the worst places. We have heard very having decided to devote all their timeto

'in a week or ten days. Tropic were noticed in town last Gallic Sunday morning to attend the many boatmen speak of the Barrabas looking after and extending the already -

Rev. James 'Bolton will preach on week. dedication of the new Baptist church at Ditch Company, and without exceptionthe large trade that they have at their

:Sunday, March 24th, morning and even- Mr. and Mrs. John Goode were in Eau that place. The Ramona run a free ex- work was condemned, and often the Palm Beach store. J

Hill's Hall, Cocoa. Gallie on Sunday last calling upon cursion, we were told. "con" left off. If Mr. "Transportation"can Seldom is it necessary to mention

iEMr. and Mrs T. Booth have moved into friends. Captain and Mrs. Wilcox, Mrs. and explain how a high-banked ditch is ought of sadness in regard to this neighborhood -

Miss Mr. and Mrs. an improvement over the>ld open river, but death has been in our midst
the Barnes house, and will occupy it The report of the dedication. of the Cummings, Beaujean
and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn enjoyed a trip for sailing craft, at least, or how the once again, and to-day Hon. A. E. Hey-
is sold. church
antil the property baptist on Sunday, the 17th inst ,
io Turkey Creek last Sunday, visiting county is benefitted by the entire with ser and wife are mourning the loss of
will be found below.
Little 'Bertha and Adele Schaefer returned the; Rosedale Nursery of Mr. George W. drawal from market of over 400,000 acres their little daughter Mabel Althea, who

from a week's visit at Courtneywith Mr. P. A. McMillan and family, were Idner[ and the Turkey Creek Grove. of land, of which, if earned, the company died Tuesday, March 12, being nearly a .

their aunt, Mrs. E. P. Porcher. over from Tropic attending the dedica- would be entitled to only about 92,000- year old. The funeral took place from
Messrs. C. R. Gibson, James J. Pitts
The Hotel Indian River continues to tion services at the Baptist church. or what earthly prospect there is of an the Oak Lawn House on the 13th, and
and Hudson Ansley, of Salamanca N.
ic full and new-comers take the place of Mr. John McAllister's artesian well "open water way from St. Augustine to was largely attended. The grief-stricken
Y., who have been stopping at the Goode
Jbose who leave for the north each day. has been quite an attraction lately. Its Biscayne Bay"' when the said companyhas parents have the sympathy of the entire
House started on the St. Lucie Monday
The tourists are enjoying tropical good water and is only impregnatedwith night for a trip to Lake Worth. Master already secured their pay, we have i I community in their sad bereavement.

sulphur. heard, for that part lying north of Indian I The task
Florida weather now. On Monday, at Alex Goode, also, was one of'the party. moving the county-seat up
noon, the thermometer stood at 85 de- Capt. Bennett and family and Mr. G. River, leaving the portion between ma- from Miami was accomplished by P. Len-

:frees in the shade at Cocoa. Clarke left on Tuesday last for a trip to Mr. John Henry will have a beautiful tanzas and Halifax, the part that requiresten non and D. O'Neil, who brought the records -
place shortly. His house is situated ina
Jupiter and Lake Worth on the steamer times more labor than all the rest put in a canoe from Miami Snake
Mrs. C. F. Conkey left for her home in
of and
City of Columbus.The grove pine hickory, showing together, untouched, with the ,certaintyit Creek, and through the Everglades to "
Appleton, Wis., on Monday, after having
plainly from the river but other im-
will be
he will much
en- and down
very New River to the then
several -weeks here in this neighbor- ocean,
spent superintendingthe orange groves provements are hidden by the wind-break t
packing of Mr. Barnes' furniture and hood present a fine appearance at this along the bank. He has two acres pre lighten. yours, truly. up outside to the Orange Grove Houseof

library. time, being covered with a fine new pared for pineapples, and calculates to Ankona. Refuge; then on horse-back to the foot
of the lake, and from there by foot to
and blossoms.
Archdeacon S. B. Carpenter will contact growth extend the area to ten acres for a trial ,
C. T. is
McCarty at Titusville on busi- Juno. The whole trip was safely made
the services at St. :Michael's Episcopal The steam launch, Fairy, of Melbourne patch. ness before the Circuit Court. the only incident being worthy of men-,

church, at Cocoa, on Sunday next, with Mr. and Mrs. Nesbitt on Noticing the item in the STAR givingthe
Dr. F. M. Wells and wife, of Boston, tion was seeing a two-headed crane while
March 24th, at 10:30 o'clock a. m. and board, were noticed on our little river on number of varieties of flowers foundin
Mass., were pleasant callers this, week. coming through the Everglades.The .
3 o'clock p. m. Sunday ; also the City of Columbus, a short walk, Dr. McCormick took
Thomas Taurman and a of Nim- world stilt moves and Lake Worth
in command of Capt. Hildreth, of. Mer
Cocoa is soon to have another church, about an hour's stroll along the river to
rods from river points have tries to keep right along with the
ritt. These steamers, together with the up gone process .
"break the record believe
for we notice that a lot in the southern finding, we ,
steamers Kathleen, Romona and Maggie down to Jupiter to hunt. ion. So, as the B. I. R. is hatching a ,
portion of the town and to the west of forty-two varieties, and enough more
Dillon formed quite a fleet in our pretty afterward added make Will Tancre and wife and several transportation company egg Lake Worth s
thecounty road is being cleared prepara were to an even
little harbor. friends from Hope Sound made their old not only kept her company, but beat her
Our walk less than
dory to the erection of same. fifty. was oneeighthof
home a pleasant call last week. by hatching her egg first, hence the announcement
Lost Sunday services were held in the Mr. William Treutler has given out a mile in the pine woods, just a short is made that the Lake

Episcopal church at Cocoa by the Rev. contracts for some extensive improve- distance out and back on the same trail. The acreage of lemons is being largely! Worth and Jacksonville.

ments in connection with his hotel on Some day, when not too busy, we will increased this winter. C. E. Chafee has ;
Dr. Benedict, of Cincinnati. There was Company is ready for business. C. B.
the Eau Gallie river-notably a systemof try again. made a large addition to his grove.
*large attendance, and the congregationseemed Smith, of Jacksonville, is president of
artificial irrigation and water-works little has been done here Saeger Bros. are actively engaged in
deeply interested in his able ser- Very fishing the company, Captain U. D. Hendrickson /

tnon. through his young orange grove and over this winter. Occasionally some one tries shipping beans, cabbage, lettuce, pota- as general and F. -

I the Treutler] Hotel. Messrs. Fee & Nes- and has good success. Master Alex Goode toes etc., to Philadelphia. They are now manager George (
The Sparkle arrived home on Friday Gale as superintendent, the last two
bitt, of Melbourne, are the contractorsfor has several fine lots of mullet building a large sailboat.
from her cruise down the river with Mr. caught named gentlemen, being citizens of Lake

II B. V. Ives, Capt. H. S. Hepburn and a portion of the improvements.. and last Monday, notwithstanding the John W. Cox, of the Philadelphia firm I Worth. At present, the facilities offered

Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Hepburn on board. 'wind was from the north, when fish of Sharp, Cox & Urie, fruit commissionmen by the company are the schooners Emily
Dedication of the First Bap- not forth Mr. R. S. Dickens B. and Mary B., running regularly from
come made our shippers a call on Wed
They reported a successful and pleasanttrip. here to Jacksonville direct, the team-
tist Church at Eau Gallle.
caught one of the largest black-bass we nesday. He was working up the pine- boat Lake Worth running to the head of

On Sunday, the 17th inst., the dedica- have ever seen, beside a large string of apple business.J. the lake and three hacks, running from-
Rev. R. H. Tozer has moved to
over tion services of the First Baptist Churchat fine bream. Another big catch last week S. West of Sioux the head of the lake to Jupiter and con-
City Ia. has been
Brantley, where he recently purchased necting there with the B. I. R. team-
Eau Gallic, were conducted by was a 35-pound drum-fish, taken by Mr.
the place of Messrs. Joyner and Booth. the guest of 1Ir.V.. H. Tancre for some boats. Other facilities are offered at no
Rev. W. N. Chaudoin, of LaGrange, as- M.: A. Martin, in a gill net.
He is the
He intends make Florida his days. inventor of the "corn distant day.
to permanent sisted the Rev. S. F. Gove and Rev.
home, and has sent to Maine for his by We were pleased to meet, last week, cannon," which i is now on exhibition at SAM.
Mr. Prince. A large and very attentive Charles Gard- Jacksonville. Mr. West will Paristo .
wire and him. an old acquaintance, Mr. go to
daughter to join
congregation assembled, and our neighboring iner, formerly of the firm of Gardiner & exhibit this cannon at the Centennial Notice to Taxpayers.The .

On Friday, March 29th, Bishop Weed towns were well represented. The Eaton, who was looking after the inter- Exposition.The tax books will close Saturday, the

of) Florida, will come to Cocoa and hold steamer Maggie Dillon, owned by Mr. 23rd day of March, A. D. 1889, at which
of J. B. & Co. Jacksonville.
Tysen steamers are well laden with tour-
divine service and celebrate Holy Com William Treutler, made a trip from hereto time the list of lands on which taxes are
munion in church and Charley is a genial companion, and can ists now-a-days. OCCASIONAL. due and unpaid for the year 1888, will
the Episcopal and Tillman and return
Melbourne not fail to be popular with our river be placed in the hands of the publisherof f

will confirm all those who are anxious which was free to all those wishing to at- merchants. When he first came to Flor- HHms.Mr. the FLORIDA STAR.E. .

to become members'of the Episcopal tend the services.At W. HALL,
church.Mr. ida-some twelve years ago-he came di "". P. Hatchett, of Titusville, was Collector of Revenue.
the conclusion sermon,
rect to Indian River and located at the out Saturday morning for a few hours. ,

A. Hildreth, Merritt, in his steam which was attentively listened to by Narrows, where he lived for about eigh- Dr. and Mrs McCormick Important to TaxPayers.Land .
yacht City of Columbus stopped at those the Rev. W. N. Chaudoin, accompanied -
present, teen months. The "provocations" were owners must return to the Tax
Miss McCormick
by returned from
Cocoa Saturday to get a supply of Provisions the secretary, read a report of the Build too much for him and he left, firmly convinced Melbourne last Assessor a list of their lands for taxation,

for a trip down to Jupiter. Mrs '! ing Committee's proceedings up to the that he would not take the whole Wednesday.The if they would avoid having their prop-

A. Hildreth, Mrs. Kate Brown, Miss 1st of January, 1889, which showed a general complaint of the com- erty included with others on the assess-
river as a gift. It is needless to say he ment rolls. The law provides that lands
Elsie Hildreth in the Treasurer's hands on that munity now is severe cold. It is hoped
and the
engineer were on
can hardly recognize any part of it, ex- not returned shall be assessed as "un
toard. The health of Mrs Hildreth is date of $17.22.Helow cept by name, so great are the changesand that they will be of short duration. known." Blanks are provided for this

Tery poor, and the trip is made for her will be seen a list of the money improvements.We There were religious services at the purpose, and can be bad on applicationto

Benefit. contributions in aid of the building'' school house last Sunday by Rev. Mr. the Assessors. A copy of such lint
took our usual trip Melbourne should be preserved by the owner, to be
The K fund. Temple. Quite a large congregation was presented to the Collector when the taxes
funeral of the late Mr. Orvie Beach.Sunday ; the day being delightful,
Collections in Chicago by present. are

tVood, junr., took place on Thursday H. Mellor..................:......... $150.00J. we had a chance to look around consider- paid.'V'. D. BARNES,

taorning Jast, and on Sunday night memorial H. Mellor........................... 50.00 able. Capt.Wilcox has had a lot on Ocean Mrs. Rodgers, son and daughter, registered Feb 25, 1889. ComptrollerFor

) services were held for him by the William Treutler.................... 43.03 Avenue thoroughly cleared, on which he at the Hiawatha last Wednesday.Mr. .

Rev. James Bolton at Hill's Hall. A Rev. W. X. Chaudoin................ 25.00 Rogers left Saturday, but Mrs Rodgers Sale.
.............. 25.00 will build a residence for himself at once.
I John Cary.......... and Miss Addie still remain. Three desirable tracts of hammock
fiery large attendance to both the f unera Jno. E. M.Hodgson,................ 2o.OO The boulevard along the river is being 'I ." land located on the east high side of '

; and memorial services gave evidence of ; J. O. Walton, ........................ 0.00 cleared and grubbed, and the hotel site Mrs. and Miss McCormick left Monday East Indian, Rivert Tract No. 1 ,contains

the '' ................. 5.00Mrs. for St. Mrs. McCormick
love and respect in which the late' Mrs. Win. Treutler,. also. This tract, fronting on the river morning Augustine. : 56 38-100 acres, with a frontage of half a
.................. 5.00
H. M. Prince returned Wednesday but her :
Gung gentleman held. with Bermuda mile on the river, about 18 acres cleared,
i was E. P. Branch.......................... 5.00 and avenue, is to be set Ohio. and of
sister went to a bearing
I The Deerhound is anchored off the E. C. Thomas.......................... a.OO grass immediately. Clearing has begun I Springfield, trees. Tract grove No. 2 contains nursery 51 74-100

I wharf of 31r. Gardner IIardee again, C. J. Thomas. ....................... o..OO oo a two acre plat for pineapples, which I There is to be a sociable at the resi- I' acres, with a frontage of five-eights of a

baring arrived a few days ago from C. J. Hector- 5.00 0 will be increased to forty acres by next 1! dence of Mr. Harry Roberts next Friday mile on the river, about 6 acres cleared, .

! 1ke Worth with her party of jolly old1achel J.W.Hopkins Wilson.-} .............................. 2..DO year. Lack of ties has delayed track I evening, Mar. 22nd. All are respectfully a Tract small No.grove 3 and contains many 34 trees 78.100 in bearing.acres,

ors on board who sailed from Rockge Then. Piazza..............,............. 1.40 laying, but the grading is well along. I invited to attend. No. failure this time. with a' frontage.of one-fourth of a mileon

.................. UO is his house and the
** about six weeks to fish and Rev. H. M. Prince Mr. Glenn siding up : the river which is about four miles in
tont. ago D. '\T. McQuaig,...................... 1.00 frame is for a house for work hands. ':i\ Mr.JF. B. Sackett, of Heath, arrived width. The immunity of this land from

and hunted They caught with quantities of fish The, Mr. Allen............................... 1.00 i Others are up living in tents. Captain Wilcox } in town yesterday. frost renders it not onJy valuable but desirable -

+t *eat b er, they said, was equal rather success."beastly." Total] ........ ....... ............... $364.23A and :Mr.: Glenn are putting out some J I j'j -All those who have not paid their For for further fruit and particulars winter vegetables.inquire of. .

I .1Ir A. F. Lapham had quite a lively list of the donations in work and fine orange and lemon trees. An artesian ',. town taxes should do so before the first Benj. Hall, 379 Harrison avenue, Boston, _

t1t12e of it taking his mule from Cocoa material will be published in the next well will be put down very soon. Capt. I( day of April, as after that date they will Mass., or of J. A. Shippie, Agt., Geor-
Qrer this Wilcox will visit: Titusville this week toI incur advertising and other costs. giana,'Fla. -
to hw grove at Merritt. The mule issue of paper.


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,, .,- .- '1'<.' ';' -';_,f THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, MAR. 21, 1889. .

mad to let slip such a chance of doing business L. C. OLIVER. F. T. ClJGE.OLIV'"ER .

Jonathan an His Continent Jonathan would ask the queen of Englandto : & B1.1"DGE:
lend him Windsor castle for the'season, if ,
the took him.
By Max, O'Rell, Author of"John Bull and A Bostonian once conceived the idea of Dealers inGEORGIA

.'s :H* Island" "John Bull, Jr., tertaining his friends with the en-I
of an oratorio. His drawing room I
Eta," and--Jack Allyn. much too small to hold the party he wished I INE LUMBER

to invite he thought of hiring a concert ,
[Translated by ilma Paul Blouet. Copyrightedby
room or a theatre for the night.
Cassell & Co. New York and published by
special arrangement through the American Press "But, no," said he to himself, "an oratorio SHINGLES AND LATHS.
Association. Paul Blouet Max O'Rell) is a remarkably would be much more impressive in a sacred
who has devoted
clever Frenchman "
his talents mostly to satirizing the AngloSaxonrace. J
Tne book from which the following extracts And he set about hiring the cathedral of G-EJXfEFI.AL :aAR.D AR.E
are made Is his latest production and mar the place. ,
terial for it was gathered during his recent visit Such things as these make us Europeans

to America, | smile crazy."and Certainly we say* :they"Those are Yankees a little- are bit Sash, Doors and Blinds ; Stoves Tinware and Crockery.Befrigerators .

climate of North In America the most preposterous ideas
It is to bright bracing
find partisans-and subscribers. P AIJXrTS .A.JSrD OILS
America that the activity consequent i
Thus, 1 saw in one of the most widely read ,
prosperity of Jonathan is mainly to be at-
tributed. American newspapers the announcement of Water Coolers Ice Cream Freezers j
a company recently founded, with a capitalof I
The dry. Invigorating air induces activity t
and you can do things in America which it $500,000. called:
would never enter your mind to attempt in Matrimonial Infidelity Insurance Company. Screen Wire, Screen Windows, Screen-Wire Doors. j

Europe. The prospectus of this enterprise states its I

The cold in winter is excessive, tmt> you do object and advantages with categorical clearness I POWDER AT NEW YORK PRICES.
not suffer from it; for my part, I scarcely noticed Each sufferer, upon presenting proofs,
it. It is a kind of cold which does not is to receive from the company a check as a .

penetrate, and against which it is easy to protect sort of court plaster to patch up his lacerated TITTJSVILLE, FLORIDA.MALABAR .

one's self. It is dry, bracing, healthful, feelings. I would not advise you to put a -
excites the circulation of the blood, and cent into the concern. I have no confidencein CIGAR FACTORY. TROPICAL AND SUB-TROPICAL FRUITS AND FLOWERS.

makes one feel full of life. the dividends of an enterprise which might Egyptian Queen pine Slips.inSTDrAJNT .
The air is charged with ozone and electric- have some day to pay a fabulous sum to a II. c. Starch, Proprietor.Manufacturer .
ity. Several times, in touching the heating Mormon, whose twenty or thirty wives had RIVER N"URSEl II:S.

pipes and gaseliers, I had tiny electric sparks taken it into their heads to desert in a batch. of fine Havana and Do- Bone Meal, Tobacco Stems, Cotton-seed Meal, Cow Peas & Fertilizers.

flash from my fingers' ends. In brushing The "Consoler" would be a good name for mestic Cigars. Trade supplied with fine CATALOGUE MAILED FREE. TERMS CASH.JOHN .
your hair you will often hear the crackling of this company of insurance against the risks hand made goods. Orders promptly filled. I e I
the electric sparks produced by the frictionof of marriage.I I Factory at Malabar. Fla. 28 B. BEACH, Indian River Nurseries, East JIvllMiuriie, Fla.

the brush. also note the existence of a Harmony as- I I I01yde
The American sky is bright, of a lovely sociation, the object of which is to examinemen A. FRO SCHER. .
blue. It is never clouded for more than two and women about to marry, and to give > S-t i 1r.:1.Ship Oo. ,
or three days together. You live in a clear, them Mr. Punch's advice, or to stamp the Titusville, Florida, i
smiling atmosphere which sheds joy in the men warranted to wear and the women war- Keeps full:supply of metallic and wooden New York, Charleston & Florida Lines.The .
heart It is not wonderful that the Ameri- ranted to wash. No more frauds possible. ,
cans are so bright and lively. Man, every- Perhaps the association may presently under- Coffins Cases and Caskets. Magnificent Steamships! of this Line are appointed to sail as follows : !
Standard Time.
where, is influenced by the climate in which take to furnish the certificate of the deceaseof )

he lives. the future motherinlaw.As Funerals attended if desired. All orders ___ __u ___ _
Stimulants are not needed, water suffices, a specimen of small and harmless eccen- promptly executed, and at reasonable -I II
and few Americans drink anything but water tricities, I extract the following from an rates. Embalming done. For Jacksonville. From Jacksonville to New York. ,

at meal time on ordinary occasions. Alcoholic American newspaper: I CHEROKEE(via. Charleston). Fri., :Mar.: 1. S p m. I SIIMIXOLK. SUO 3\; VtrcL 3. at t a. c
IROQUOIS (via.Charleston, }'ri", Mar. R, 3 p m. CHEROKEE. Thursday, March: .. at t> a. c
drinks are almost forbidden by the cli- "Mrs Margaret R., of New York, had her ISTATIMAjSPSmSPAPER : SEMIXOLE (direct), - Tues., Mar 12.:;p. m. IROQUOIS Thursday, \Iarrh U, at 2 r C.: \
mate.; A bottle of wine goes to the head leg amputated the other day, and insisted CHEKOKEE (via. Charleston), Fri., :Mar. 15:,3 p. m SEMINOLE Sunday, Mash l?. at S a t IE .
IROQUOIS (direct), - Tues., Mar. 19, 3 in. CHEROKEE Thur March : 7
p. >day SI. at a. c.
sooner in America than half a dozen wouldin upon its having a Christian burial in her SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY SEMINOLE (via.Charleston), Fri., Mar. 22, 3 p. ra IROQUOIS SUMafarcb :I, at lo a cSEMINOLE. t
England or the north of France family lot in Calvary cemetery. A death CHEROKEE (direct), TueR., :Mar. .6,3 p. m. "l1mrlldarIartb:: :''*. at p c
When 1 was in America, though it was certificate was made out by the doctor setting TIlE PIOXEER AGEXCY. IROQUOIS. Charleston), Fri., Mar. 2).3 p. m. CHEROKEE, Miuday. March, : 31. at S a. c tI llt
IROQUOIS, ThursdaA1'ril 4. at T a c
winter time (this includes the spring, which forth that the leg had died by amputation v '
only exists in American almanacs), I was al- at the Chambers Street hospital, Novem- For terms and ample copies address :i For Fernandina.i i| From Fernandina to New York. S

ways thirsty; the dryness of the atmospheremade ber 29; that it was 50 years old, married, and CHAS. H. NAUMAN, ; TEMASSEE(via. Charleston),Tnes. Mar. 5, 3 p. DELAWARE, Sunday, March, 3. at ere
my tongue constantly feel like a grater.: part mother of a family. The leg was buried i DELAWARE(via Charleston)lues., Mar.12, 3 p. m.1 YEMAS--EF. Sunday March 10. at ; P t fs
i YEMASSKK:: : (via Charleston) TUPS. Mar. 1<>,3 p. DELAWARE Sunday, March I'::. at 4 r C:
1.quenched my thirst with water or an ice. with all due ceremony." Haulover P. 0., Brevard county, Fla. iI I DELAWARE(via Charleston'T) es.I Mar.20, 3p.niJ! I YLMAsSEJi bundl}, ::3tarc111.: at 4 rUIXAWAIiE m 1t
Drunkenness is not a national vice in The thing being quite natural, the news- Sunday March 51, at 4 |> a t

America. On the contrary, it is rare even paper makes no comment upon it. It only A.P.. )!cXBII.J1.:: D.,
among the lower classes and does not exist in supplies it with a good heading, somethinglike For Information Regarding Freight and Passage, apply toJ. :

.the higher. "A Leg Gone to Heaven in Advance of Offers his professional services to the A. LESLIE, Atffnt, Jacksonville; T. G. :ZGFR, Traffic :Ualla er. 35 Rioatiwiv,Sew loft :
The air is so dry in the north of the States Its Owner" people of Titusville and surrounding; J. .:\. STEAD. Acent. Feruandma.
JOHN L. HOWARD. T. P. A., Jacksonville. F. M. mO 1\IOXGEn.\ T P. A., Jack*oniiie. i
that when heated, at theatres, concerts, and A certain Mr. Ambrose R., of Pittsburg, country. Medicine and Surgery practisedin \VM. I' CLYIE &; CO., General A ,;t-nts, 33 BroadwayNew York. r
balls one breathes with difficulty, and it evidently intending to be a defaulter at the all of its branches. ....
often causes the breath to be disagreeable. last judgment, has drawn up a will giving All calls left for me at Grand View tit
I repeat it, the cold is healthy, and the for- the following directions for the disposal of Hotel will be attended to promptly. 'JG ,

eigner who visits America during the winter his! remains:
.only suffers from the suffocating heat of the "I direct that my body bo taken to St. A. I... Hatch & Son, -I STARTLING REDUCTIONS III tot.
rooms. With fur wraps and the cars well Michael's church and, after the proper religious I taf
covered he has nothing to fear in the air, unless services are performed, that it be DF.\LIJl IX I fa

it be his nose, which I would advise him given in charge of my family, who will convey .

to keep an eye upon. it to Samson's crematory and there haveit DRY GOODS NOTIONS .
The Americans, who cook themselves within burned to ashes, the ashes to be put in a --- -- -

doors fear the cold so little when they are in small bottle and given in charge of the Ger- y

motion, that in the states of Illinois, New man consul in Pittsburg. This gentlemanwill Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery, I
\ York, Ohio, Wisconsin, and others in the then forward my ashes to the consul in Stationery, Family Medicines I The Greatest.Grandest and Most Wonderful k
north, when the thermometer is down to Now York, who will give them in charge of
Garden SetJs D
I thirty degrees below zero, they give the the captain of tho German steamer.Elba, who ,
preference to open carriages. In Chicago, will place them securely in his ship for the
Buffalo. Milwaukee. one has almost a difficulty ocean voyage When at mid ocean I direct CHOICE GROCERIES, b

in finding a covered sleigh or cab to go tho captain to request one of the passengersto SALE OF CLOTHINGI b
Hay, Corn, Mapes
out in at night. It is the same iu Canada.In dress in a seafaring suit and ascend with

Toronto Ottawa Montreal and Quebec, my ashes in his hand to tho top of tho top- CITY OIXTS, FLORIDA.
nothing but open sleighs. The driver buries most mast and, after pronouncing a last IIi

you in furs. Your feet and body are warm, benediction, to extract the cork from the C.. II. SCOTT,
glowing, and the cold that cuts your face bottle and cast its contents to tho four win<"3 KASTEKNHAIRDRESSING

seems to help to make your blood circulate, of heaven. I direct also, while this ceremonyis SALOON. to civilized mantis now in progress. I must di*- lose of 11.;- w:
and U quite enjoyable.I being performed, that it be witnessed by .
went to see the Niagara Falls (tho grandest all passengers on board. After the Elba has entirestockREGARDLESS
If[ you want clean and easy sllave-,
it was ever given to man to behold -
spectacle completed her trip and returned again to As clean as barber ever give,
) in the early part of February Without New York, I want a full statement of my .Just call on me at my saloon, R
suffering from the cold.l was able to death and tho scattering of my ashes in mid At morning, eve, or afternoon.I'll trt
drive for three hours in ran sleigh, OF COST :.
open ocean published in the Pittsburg papers, so cut and comb your hair with grac.cTo
through;: thickly snow laden air. To have tho that my friends in this city shall know my suit the contour of your face; ,
mow beating in ouo's face was not agreeable, burial place." To you I'll give a good shampoo, kl
but the storm added, if possible, to tho This renrnds one of Chateaubriand's. ocean The art of which is known to few. fir

grandeur of the scenery. On alighting at burial but the sprinkling adds a" touch of My scissor's sharp, my razor's keen, And invite all to secure: anOvercoat kr
j the Prospect house, to have a cup of tea be humor of which poor Chateaubriand was My shop is a ways neat and clean,
fore beginning the train journey to Buffalo, wholly destitute. .Vnd everything I'm sure you'll find, ten
1 took off my wraps and never have I felt To suit the taste and please the mind. -- r.s
such a glowing sense of warmth and life. CHAPTER XXXV And now to all who patronize intend,

The frequent and very sudden changes of The Americans of today are so blase on Just come along and bring your friends, Suit
temperature in winter, and the great differ- the matter of advertisements that it is diffi- Vnd I assure you I will try or Ita
ence between the temperature of the houses cult to attract their attention without gettingup My very best to satisfy. may7
and thatof theouter air is very trying to the extravagant baits for their eyes. -------- lit

,foreignerAn Tho most effective bait is the illustrated l"tOTICI:. 1&

American to whom I was complaining advertisement. Here, for instance is the.. I am prepared with full set of tools e

of this one day, and who would not stand "Capilline," which makes the hair and whis- for sinking artesian wells. With my For one-half its original cost. These arc rcdUaml 'I
anything like criticism of his country,said: kers grow as if by magic. You have to be small set, have sunk four wells 155 to :tIt
dl'8.rsir those health- 200 feet deep, obtaining flows of from no pretended bargains as I am
"My changes are very so careful handling the stuff that if a drop ;
ful They stir the blood,quicken circulation, should fall say. on your nose, a tuft of hair 80,000, to (,000 gallons per day, from [determined to :1
I two inch pipes. Have also a )large set ,
and are as good as a Turkish bath.? would almost immediately grow thereon. ,
( for six to ten inch if
sinking pipe, wan .
On tho left of the advertisement you see a -
ted. Having ventured in the business
CHAPTER XXXIV. poor fellow, bald, whiskerless, and wan. A ft
purchased tools, and successfully obtained GIVE
lady is turning her back on him witha
Jonathan measures everything by his own young full flowing wells, I ask the patronage :
look of The illustration is entitled
gigantic elL disgust. and influence of citizens and friends:: who
His notions are like the continent ho inhabits "Before using Capilliue-Refused." On the appreciate my efforts and who want kt.
right, you see a superb male beauty, adorned .
: vast, almost boundless. He has done wells. Respectfully,
.such wonders that he feels equal to doing with a luxuriant growth of hair and beard. .AI.Ur.r.T S. MAGRUDKR, this Great Sale. 1)0 YOU REALIZE THE FACT that You ('JL 11:

and The same young lady reposes her head on his Rock Lcu h
anything everything.The e.SOTICU. Get Bargains, of me that will save you cents, dimes 11
result is that America is the home of all shoulder and raises her rapturous eyes to his. :
forms of eccentricities of all forms of daring. : Underneath are the words: "After using and dollars on every purchase ?

Jonathan considers that everything is toj;>o Capilline-Accepted." But the most marvelous All persons having claims against the I4h
had, it is but a question of will and money. part of it is that the use of the elixir has estate of Susan 1*. Russell. late of Bre
How much So much. Done. I changed the cut of the man's coat. First he vard county, Florida deceased. arc here- ft
Parisians remember very well the was dressed in a lank, threadbare, shapeless by required to present them, properly WONDER, BUT DON'T WAIT, .J.-
Ameri-I sack; after using the magic stuff, be has authenticated, within the time prescribed .
can uiiluouairo who, on the occasion bloomed into the pink of tailoring perfection.I by law, to the Honorable Minor S. .1'clt
daughter's Carriage, wrote to the town culled the r following advertisement from .Tones, County Judge of said county, orI I ;.
council of r'uiis to ask for the loan of the Arc one of the New York papers: to the undersigned or this notice will As this Sale can't be kept up longer than the Goods last, and they arc ...
de/Triompbe, which he was anxious to decorate stand in bar of payment; and all per- -- ;
"As collector or salesman-Slim, sleek, going of Real] Al at .
in honor of the wedding, and have the sons indebted to said estate are requiredto thejWay Bargains 'a.
slender, sharp, shrewd, sensible, sarcastic make immediate settlement with the
. special use of during theday. He was politely Yank, seeks a situation in some store (notice undersigned.
informed that the Arch was not to let! the attractive whizzing of tho s's), hotel of S. H. KAY.
"Then I will buy it," he replied. "Name
office, as collector or salesman; has highest Administrator of the estate of SusanP. J. BIRNBAUM'S Titusville.
fOur price. references, and push and, cheek of an army Itussell. deceased. Titusville, Florida,
The offer was a royal one, and the American Continued on Page 3. Jar. 18th, 1889. t
I doubt not thought the town council ..



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TIL: : ==== T- THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, :1I: R. 21, 18sJ. I :;

'fell goods or collect bills with any -Ur. Barnum does : M
pp I not
-, the continent ot North America good offer can be "refused. He looks how A popular American actress was db.inpone I I obliged to take refuge in hotels and apart ST. LUCIE HOUSE
upon evening in the of ment houses.
minty, Pennsylvania included). i everything dining car a train going .
as being to sell
c specimen is an idyl It is entitled i or let, and the from Boston to New York. Being alone, she Negro ones are the only ones at all deferen-
ta ert and a Cottage." ii I i almighty One he dollar as the master of the world. ate slowly, and deliberately dawdled over the tial in manner, or who have a smile on their Indian River, Florida,
IIeut day took it Into his
-ser f head to make an meal to kill time. The waiter faces from time to time but
she was lost in ecstasy, gazing displeased at ; many people
-ror burs offer for the house in which Having been Re-Furnished, is NOW
'How beautiful I born. The Shakespeare was the audacity of such conduct, stood about have an objection to them and charge them
her lovert eyes. you i English fired up at the idea and OPEN FOR GUESTS under the Management ,
within hearing, and began making the rudest with serious faults, such as finding things a
fl* said, 'and 1.ow happy you look! : he had to abandon his project and be satisfied
per remarks on her which lost and
are the
proceedings.When breaking monot- of its old and
that it L; I who am the cause of I with Jumbo. proprietor owner.
nrfiiiff,say she had finished of life In their
quite her dinner, ony by dressing up employers'raiment
vV The handsome If
luppiness,1 young man every European nation
were to become and he J1&MES P.AINE
came to remove the dishes the actress when occasion offers. y
lye the lips of his dear one. *Yesfit a republic the dethroned monarchs ,
t could go wrote a few words upon one of her cards and, An American of my acquaintance, upon
; is because you love me that I am and make their fortunes in America Proprietor,
and the handing it to him with a sweet smile, she said: going to his room one evening to dress for a
behaPPY'but I owe my look of resplendent : greatest ambition of Mr. Barnum
"' would be "Here is my card; if you hand it in at the dinner party found his dress coat and waist- St. Lucie, Florida.
Ljtb'to Dr. Smith's soup.s : realized.
Opera house to-morrow evening you will be coat missing; from the wardrobe. Guessingtheir 39
dressers shop I read: "Tonsorial i
OB Nothing astonishes an American. That provided with a stall. I regret exceedinglythat whereabouts, he went upstairs and

j -professor Ragers has your hair cut ,I which makes his conversations immensely it is not in my power to offer you a box there in his negro butler's room were the EACOTT & CO. 1
his own supervision. How is it cut? piquant is I have
gf I already said, the calm, -it is such a treat to meet with a polite rail- missing garments. ,
j,joa like it (Shakespeare)." i natural tone in which he comes out with the way servant He rang for the culprit. TITt'SVIIXE, FLA.,
President Cleveland, wishing one day to see most astounding statements. The names of the stations are hidden. Do "Pompey" he said "I have found my

j certain circus performance, sent to retain a i My impresario had just engaged me for a not hope that the conductor will clear up the dress clothes hi your room. What is the TIN & SHEETIRONYORKERS.
,toL The circus proprietor immediately : ecture season in the States and Canada. mystery.The meaning of itP .

ujed: and sent about the streets of the town, I "I shall have two Europeans on my list train had just stopped a few leagues I I "I forgot to put dem back, sah."

j unal army of sandwich men, carrying an next year," he said, "Mr. Charles Dickens from Richmond one day. "You have had them on, you rascal. .

,jTcrtisement| worded as follows: i and yourself. I wanted two others but they "What station is this?" asked a traveler "Yes, sah. GUTTERING, ROOFING,
Jibe president of the United States with his i are not 'f, be had "
I < addressing the conductor. "How dare you wear my clothes And Manufacturing of Tin Ware. t
-gag and beautiful wife will honor the cir- ; "That is not very flattering," said I, "but This individual simply shrugged his shoulders "Please, massa, I got married yesterday," 1 .

gs nith their presence this evening." I who are the two Europeans you cannot get!" and turned his back.I and the broad black face of Pompey was lit GALVANIZED WORK,

Here was such a demand for seats that t "Mr. Glul.toneand: .; Lord Randolph Churchill happened to be close to him. up with a rather sheepish looking grin. And nep\irin-: of all kinds

juadreds of people were refused; but Mr.and I ," ho replied, quite calmly. "What inquisitive people. there are, to be All the caricatures of the comic papers are
#i Cleveland, having heard that their Then, suppressing the words .Ir." and suiel"! 1 said to him. outdone by realities in America.I .

jjaes had served as an advertisement, did i I "Lord"according to the habit of tis countrymen To an irritable person, the rudeness of the know a lady who losing her: patience Location : MAIN ST., near rh'er.Z:1:
gt appear. he ad edith a sigh: railway and hotel servants would be enoughto with her housemaid one day, said to her: w

After the performance, a great part of the "Yes, Gladstone would have made a lump, spoil all the pleasure of a visit to America. "I expect my servants to do so and so." roil SALE
ladience: demanded the return of half their : and Churchill would have been an elegant But the Americans themselves are good tem- "Your what?" cried the indignant damseL ,

entrance money on the ground that the pro- I success." pered and pay no attention to these things.I "I'll just tell you what I think of you. 3
gramme had not been carried out in its en- I know some who even get a certain amountof You ain't no lady, that's certain." 50 ACRES OF LAND EDEN.

tirety, since the president and his wife had CHAPTER XXXVL amusement therefrom. Here are two advertisements which I extract -

not made their appearance as the spectators I The Americans have suppressed distances The negro who makes your bed is more from an Indianapolis paper: QUARTER OF A MILE BEAUTIFUL t

lad been led to expect. by bringing railway trains to perfection.You "Situation as dish washer required by a RIVER FRONT. '
hut litenest is cut dfeiiiTvrtst Wt
polite huix> > .
The circus manager was obliged to reim- take the lady Apply Sentinel office." a
cars after dinner to go a two A few moments before the arrival of the
tcrse% says the paper from which I extract I or three hundred miles journey. You pass train at your tinatiaa.: he brushes you "A "lady (white) undertakes washing at Hew[ House containing Five 1 Rooms.

the account I an hour or so in the smoking room you go to down and receives the invariable :i. cents home. (Address follows.) nest of Orange and Pine-Apple.Land. ,
never lay aside an American f Democracy can no further go.
newspaper your berth sleep the night through and by for his trouble. These independentlyof 9
looking the advertisements. I "1 take care never to part on bad terms
without! over I the time awake
are at
you you ycur
I the salary paid them by the company they Enquire of
Tea to one you will be rewarded for your with my servants when they leave me." This
work for. make sometimes from $10 to $1 : a
patience.There In was said to me one day by a clever Boston JOSEPH HURST St. Lucia Fla.
point of comfort, the American trainsare day in this way. say front $2.500 to $ .Oa) a .
are traveling doctors In America to the French and English trains what lady who. to my thinking; lacks sufficient 4.: a

fbo go from town to town to heal the sick at these latter are to the stage coach of bygone year How many a white would* turn black for admiration for the democratic institutions of Gl O DOLLARS ;

reduced prices. days. I less' America.

Here is the advertisement of one of these Nothing can surpass the comfort and Returning to Jacksonville from St Augus I guessed that she intended a covert satireon WILL BUY THE FAVORITESTYLE

gentlemen It is headed with his portrait, luxury the Pullman cars, unless it be the the greatest republic in the world."Whys" .
tine. I omitted to engage my place in a parlor I N Go EEt.:
and appears in the papers of the towns heoperates perfected Pullman that is called the vestibule 1 demanded.
car. and was obliged to find a seat in the orilinary 9")5
"Beca:-se, whenoneof those girls leaves me,
train. Six
upon or seven carriages connectingone cars. The evil was not great seeing
"Dr. P.. has already remained in illonger with another, allow of your moving that the journey takes but fifty minutes. it is quite within the range of possibility that SEWING MACHINE. j -
than he first intended but the she will marry some western ranchman andcne
at roof about freely over a length of some hundred ,
Besides the parlor cars the train comprisedthree With drop leaf, fanrv cover two large drawers
;nest numerous individuals and friends ho I yards. Dining room sleeping car, drawing cars two of which were almost fullI day. when her husband becomes a sena with nickel nu'4 i, and a fall set of Attachment,
liD extend tor.he be useful to me at Washington.1"To equal to any Singer Machine soil for $40 and upwards -
his week Patients
stay one longer. bath may
I room car, smoking room, library, room, installed myself in the third, which: was by CaIlVdtl'efS.
in other towns have been disappointed I lavatory the whole fitted up in the most empty \ week- trial in ,our home before payment ia r

by his long stay in Mbut they have his luxurious sty: la What can one desire morelIt Up comes the conductor. be continued. asked.Buy direct from the 3knnf< ctnrerR. and pave t ;r

tssurance that this visit will not be extended is a hotel on wheels. "Come out you can't travel in that car" agents' profit*, besides Retting. certificate of warrantee -
beyond the time stated above. for 3 years. Send for testimonials to
There are windows and ventilators but if ho said.
stereotyped advertisement has a flavtfr you open your window you will see your fellow "Why not?" 1 asked Co-operative Sowing Machine Co., f

of the drum and cyn bals of the mountebank.Walk travelers turn their coat collars and "Because it is the colored '" 317 Quince St., Philadelphia.
up people's car Charleston, :'). C.. Fi>!b. 1 i. Sort; ;, almost
up ladies and gentlemen, walk up and get down their shawls and furs and you will *Am I not as good as they destroy c l. fEir We Pay the FreTght.&a 42 a

chow! your tongues and-tiave your pulses felt. hear energetic grumblings which will give "I tell you you can't travel in this car.", O.;jCO houses destroyed; P

Further down this same medical gentleman you tq understand that you are turning your- "I am sorry for once, that I am not colored loss. 5:.;"UO.CuO.Stockton ( HAVING BOUGEIT THE INDIAN

falls Into the style of the chimney sweep, self into a public calamity. The Americansare ," I said to him. "it is much tho cleanestof C'al., Jay 11. l&il) ; loss intimated
tnxious to enlarge his connection: "He thanks shivery people stewing themselves in a your carriages." at Sl.jjO.UlDroold.rn. ; ( ;\). RIV Eli BAKERY \

his many friends and patrons for the kind- bain-maria. I went to the end of the last car,and found !-;. 1'.. :'{'pt. t. I& S. ::CO
less and patronage bestowed upon him, and Here as well as in the hotels and in all con- myself just in front of the apple banana buildings ptroYl'l.! We will Keep on Hand Every Day

trusts, by pursuance of the same honorable ditions of American life, you are at the mercy jujube cap and book store. Portland 1. Me., July 4, 1SC3; loss was
business and professional methods and efforts of servants. There is no remedy at hand no From my seat I was able to contemplatethe estimated at $10.000.000.Frederickton FRESH BREAD CAKES PIES

to fully merit u continuance of same." appeal against it. wondrous activity of the commercial N. B.. Nov. 11. lii O. .F

In the smoking room of the Germanic one In America you are supposed to know every- gentleman at the head of this department. about oOO buildings destroyed. ETC. ALSO

day an American, who sat near me said addressing thing, and no one will help you unless you During the whole fifty minutes' ride he kept Nantucket Mass.. July: l:.. 1840. SCO

me: should happen to address. yourself to well up an unceasing going and coming. houses destroyed! ; los.-. :;: bOO.OHO.) {: '

"I believe you are going: to America to bred people. When his last tour of the train had been Jersey City. N. J., July 3a). l:0: ; Bottlers of Sodawater, Ginger

lecture, sir r If you ask a passer-by in the street tho near- made be put by all the merchandise which factories and) buildings: destroyed.Svracu .

"Yes," I replied, "I am." est way to the station, he walks as though he he had not sold took off his uniform, put on e, N. 1'.. ::ny. t;. is":::.';, at,out .
"Who is booming your show, may I ask?" understood you not. Tho word "station" is a black coat and hat, and fastened into his 100"buildings destroyed: Iik... :$1.K):J..UU.\ Ale, and other Drinks. a

be said in the most natural way in the world. English, but here you must talk American, cravat a huge diamond pin. I looked on at Montreal. Canada July t l;, l 1S.V2.; abut

I must have stared at him like a rustic, and say depot, pronounced deepo. The invariable the rapid metamorphosis with great interest. 1,000 houses':>; I loss ebliiuitttl at ALL ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT

being utterly at a loss to understand what he answer you get to the questions you When his toilet was completed ho turned $5,000,000.

meant ask in the street is, "I don't know." Theyare round, and seeing that I was looking at him, Nevada Cal.. March 13.: 1S". about ATTENTION.

Upon getting this Americanism explained I all like Joe, "they don't know nothink.? he threw me a patronizing glance, eyeing me 200 buildings destroyed: los s intimated at b

tad the satisfaction of finding that my inter- When a railway servant has succeeded in from head to foot. I thought he was aboutto 1,300,000.. S. A. UELCHER' COMPANY,
locutor's question simply meant in English: insulting you, he is quite proud, and plumes say: Concord, N. II.. Aug. 24, ISoO::; greater .i

"Who is your impresario himself on his smartness; he looks at his "What is it you want? part of the business portion of the town 'PROPRIETORS, Yr
"Well" thought 1, "I am going to have a mates and seems to say: "Did you hear howI "Well, business is looking up ehr I haz- destroyed. i s f '
lively time in the States, that's evident: this spoke up to him?" He would be afraid of arded. Philadelphia Pa., Oct. 4, 1839. about TITUSVILLE, FLA. -,
52 buildings were destroyed loss was estimated
Isa foretaste that is I went to himself In his ; -JO( .
promising. lowering by being; polite. eyes "Mind your own d- business ho re- at $300,000.;
my cabin thinking about the Yankee who politeness is a form of servility, and he plied and. turning cn his heels he departed.
St. Louis. :Mo., :May IT, 1S49; 13 blocksof
1I'3s to "boom my show.? imagines that, by being; rude to well bred people FOR SALE }
houses and 23 steamboats; loss estimated ,
The greatest "boomer" in America is the he puts himself on a footing with them. CHAPTER XXXVIL at $3.000,000.Charleston.: .
peat the only, the unique Barnum. The You go to a railway ticket oSIco to book
S. C., April 27. 1838. about
all be
to to -
Jonathan's servants
personality of this king of showmen is notparticularly for a certain place. Perhaps there aro several appear me 1,158 buildings were destroyed; loss was THE GINGRAS GROVE ,
interesting, except for being: I lines of railway running to your destination. reduced duchesses and noblemen in livery. estimated at 5:3,000,000. ;

typically American and one that could not I The clerk says, without looking at you, and When you speak to a man servant, before Norfolk, Va., Jan. 1, 1770.(; destroyedby
tist in any country but America. at the rate of a thousand words a minute: answering you he scans you from head to fire and the cannon balls of the British AT ROCK LEDGE, FLA.,

ilr. Phineas T. Barnum, pursued by fate I "What line B. and 0., or S. F. and W. foot and seems to say: ",Tho may you be? ; loss 1,300.000.. r a

to every fire years the victim of a conflagra- R. R, or S. T. Land C.f' Bo careful how you talk to me. We are a Pitts burg. Pa.. April 10. 1845.: about Consisting of 66 Acres of L'1ndH I ,

boa His fires happen with terrible regularity I "I want a ticket for Chicago." free nation sir: all equals here and I am as 1,100 buildings were destroyed; the loss Acres Under Fence, and in cultivation -

Whilst I was in America his tigers I "1 ask whether you wish to go by tho"1- good as you." was estimated at $10,000,000.Albany in Orange and Lemon Trees, ,

and elephants were burned out of house and I Here he once more repeats various parts of And you feel inclined to say to him: N. Y., Aug. I.. 1848 there 22 Acres in Bearing; all in F

00me. Scarcely had the flames been extingaished the alphabet, casting; a look of pity at you "I congratulate you young man, upon living were 600 buildings steamboats piers, First-class Condition. i
when there were paragraphs in the I the while. Do not believe ho will ,translate in a free country; but since we are all etc.. destroyed; loss, 3000000.

Papers to say that Mr Barnum's agent was I his ABC D's into English. It is your place equals here and I urn civil to you why on Moscow Russia Sept. 14. 181.. about For particulars apply to or inquire of
buying fresh animals for the "biggest show I to understand them. earth cannot you bo civil to me aO. OO houses were destroY, and! the .-

*earth," and all over the walk of America's I Do not lose your temper however' that The fellow is lacking: in logic. loss was estimated at >>140,000.000.. L. A. Gingras, Esq. .

cities were to be seen flaring posters repre- I never pays in America. The natives would The manner of the maid servant is different London England, Sept. 2. 1SGC about

Ming Phineas Barnum rising from the I only enjoy it Take the matter laughingly ; she wears a look of contempt and profound 13,000 houses and! public buildings were
430 de\abated. Or to G. J. GINGRAS, on the Premises. \ ,
destroyed acres
kaes like a modern ph nix. Appended This is the advice the Americans gave me, disgust, fcho seems to say with a sigh: : were; ;
*3s a long literary essay which began: I i and I recommend It to you, if ever you are "How can men be such brutes as to allow Troy N. Y., Aug. 2.;. 1S;: -I, more than at
100 houses and factories destrovetl. On
"Rising pb-nix like from the ashes of my 1! similarly placed. f women to work What despicable creatures
the same day a large part of :Milwaukee, Hock Ledge, Florida. ;
fire" and setting forth the wonderful I was having a siesta ono day in one of the they are to be sure!" ""iSo, was destroy .. j.::mo. 1
factions of the ne tt sow' which was to be comfortable arm chairs of a drawing room To get an idea of the prodigious labor un-
Boston Mass., Nov 9, 18.C. about COcres
opened. I car, when the conductor came along and, dertaken by a. American servant girl, one :. were burned over causing a I loss of SALE ,
*r. Barnum holds in small esteem the man giving me a formidable thump cried out in has but to see her at work doing a room $60,000,000. Another large fire. May 30, FOR ,

.-w lets slip a chance of making money. I the most savage tone: feather broom in hand.A 1873 destroyed about 1.500.000 worth of I
H. Would think it quite natural to offer f "Your ticket!" day or two after this remarkable man- property.San 350 TREES, IN. GROVE, .

. S(cjo: ) a week to Gen. Boulanger to show : I made baste to oblige him and to offer ner of dusting had attracted my attention I Francisco. Cal., May 3. 1S51. about

pelt In his museum and would think it : apologies."I came across the following in Puck: 2,500 buildings were destroyed; loss, All
J e unnatural that the general should refuse ; trust I have not kept you waiting" Sarah L. doing the drawing room. Enters 3500000. Another large tire occurred 200 Six Years Old, Bearing. -

such a handsome offer. The rumor has said LHe the mistress of tick house evidently fearingto June 22. 1851. about 500 buildings being Orange Grove on Fine Hammock Ltmd. 1
destroyed loss about 3000000.
that the enterprising Phineas wrote to M. : went away quite crestfallen. te choked by the cloud of dust; that fills
eur some' time since to try and engage : Another day, I was in a New York: local tho room. Washington D. C., Dec. 24. 1S51. con- TWO SMALL FRAME HOUSES
gressional library, :;,.(.OO volumes with ,
zI. He guaranteed, it Is said, foO.OOO to : train. These trains have not drawing room ""Sarah what are you doing P works of art, destroyed. I JrC. 15. 1830
istrious savant If he would inoculate cars with smoking room attached. Neither "I'm dustin' tho room." general postofTice and patent tt1ke.ith 10x12: and 15x12: Porch ??ft. r

Mare the American public twice a day. It first, second nor third class; all tho carriages "I see. When you'vo finished please to over 10.000( valuable models, drawings, About 1,500 Trees in Nursery,

'a"aa not much to ask and the $.).000 would are alike. I addressed the conductor, askinghim undust it"Servants' etc., de:troyctl. 25 Bearing Peach Tree, Blooming, #

1 ire. been easily earned. Barnum, however, where I should find the smoking compartment wages range from $200 to &OQ a Chicago Ills.. Oct. 8 and 0. IS.1. about 40 Lime Trees, .,

*** to content himself with engaging a gen- In reply he murmured a few unintelligible year-I mean of course, in good ordinary 123.COO |ieopte were rendered homeless 7 Lemon Trees Bearing, .

man la spectacles, resembling more or less words between his teeth. In my houses, and not in millionaire's mansions. and over 20.000 habitations! and business 15 Plum Trees, small I, .

e famous professor, and he succeeded in humblest, sweetest accents, I said: Mr. Vanderbilt pays his chief cook ten places were destroyed; the los was estimated 2 Apple Trees, _> _
f r1ngfour little Americans whom M. Pas- "Excuse me, I did not hear." thousand dollars. I write the-sum in letters r.t t"CWUWO'WX> ; ); the area of the 2 Pear Trees, :' 'f

had just saved from hydrophobia. They IIo shouted at mo at the top of his voice: that the reader may not exclaim: "Surely burned district was about l.fc'CU. i-.rres. 5 Mulberry Trees.,
New York city. :(. Y.. !0." lii. I-::35.
JJB inoculated (with clear water probably) Be-hind-the-lo-co-mo-tiveI. do you bear there is a misprint hero the printer has put Flowers, Roses, Etc. xiI
about 5GO l>uildilJ"t'fl'; dr>t'O'tl. I?sa
i mouth In an the principal towns of the this timer one nought too many." about 81: .OOO.OO..' TSr! t.1 I rt. v\as 1 ACRES OF LAND IN ALL.. ,

....,. The society for the protection of ; My first Impulse was to knock him down. In spite of the enormously high wages they July 20. JS43: admit :;l.H II: !.1.F.c \vrredestroyed. Price, $2,'.500. ,!; d .. '
which does not Include man In its : But I bethought myself of the advice that pay, the Americans have so much trouble I.los.'i' alA.ul *...;.,rfMi., Afire Hlot'...r AD)1US&I.. .
'Ieof operations, made no objection, and t bad been given me,and answered with asmilo: getting good servants, that numbers of them occurred on Ju:i41M5: 'n! ',lii :;rO ;-- .\, '
.the& coirers of the enterprising Phineas over- "Yes, I heard. I beg a thousand pardons.You are, so to speak! driven from their homes and building; !*".1.! I-., ?'iJ. H iQMI, B. REVELS, Shiloh Florida. 1,
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THE FLORIDA STAR. schools and bring them to a higher grade I I a wind-break for the ocean breezes when [ Porter & Potter, Forte S ALE, mI

than at present, as then they would secure too playful. As a consequence of this

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. fully one-third of the entire amountof standing timber, the orange groves, etc., REAL ESTATE DEALERS A Handsome Gordon Setter Dog, |
such a sum as is now collected, but do not present so imposing an appearance -
B. WAGER Editor 1 and PflMisler. RETRIEVER
which is mostly devoted to schools in the 'from the river, but a drive along: LAKE WORTH FLA. ;

S1.5O per Annum. northern and central portions of the the beach road reveals many charming BROKEN ON QUAIL.

county on account of population.These vistas of the dark green foliage filled 100 lots in the beach hammock, near
Entered at the Post Office at Titusville as Has Won First the Bench.
are only three or four reasons with ripe, bright fruit and beauteous the inlet] 6 rods wide and extendingfrom on Address,
advanced on this subject, and are sufficient blossoms, the combined fragrance of lake to ocean. Purchasers desiring Wm. H. Pierce, Merritt, Fla.

THE STAR is the OFFICIAL newspaperfor to bring the matter before the peo- which rival the perfumed breezes of greater width can buy lots to suit.
20 acres, hammock and prairie, at $30
Brevard county.
ple. The necessary petitions are being "Araby the Blest." per acre. FOR SALE

The Star has the Largest circulationof signed to be presented to the Legislaturewhen As a practical advantage of this mild Also] building lots at head of lake, of The ,
any paper on the East coast of Fla. they meet, and we wish our enter climate, the orange crop is left upon the 5 acres each, for 300 per lot.

.-- .. prising friends "good luck." We are not trees until that from the more northerlypart On the west side 47 acres, extendingfrom RESIDENCE AND GROVEOF
Lake orth-which is salt to the
WORK on the new iron bridge across glad but sorry to part with them, but at of the State has been so destruc-
fresh water lakes west-$40 per acre. L. E. BARNES
the St. Johns River at Jacksonville has the same time we entertain their wishesas tively rushed into market-always pre- Also on west side 165 acres of fine ROCK LEDGE FLA.

been commenced. of great importance to them. The maturely-to the ruin of the "Florida building sites for $40 per acre. ,
advant- On east side a lot of 80 acres of rich Containing seven and one-third acres
territory of the county as spoken of is to orange, but to the corresponding
THE Health officer for Florida for the "Indian hammock land] with a lake front of over of land fronting on Indian River.
have section line between townships 29 age of the name and sale of the
ensuing year, under the new law passedby a mile, at $50 per acre. This will be sole] Large, Roomy Residence, elegantly
and 30 for northern boundary all that River" distinctively ripe and perfect
; either in bulk or in lots to purchaserswho
the Legislature, has been named in finished. Also a Three-room COTTAGE
part of Brevard south of this boundaryto fruit, which thus, at the latter end of the intend making improvements.
the person of Dr. J. 'Y. Porter of Key side south of inlet] of and outbuildings. One of the most desirable -
form the new county.Investigating season, controls the market and realizes 15 acres on east ,
West, who so successfully managed the .. those practical returns which those who rich hammock and morning glory, partly places] in Rock Ledge hammock.

health affairs at Jacksonville last sum- planted in cocoanuts, $100 per acre. For price, terms, etc., apply to
lie is hopeful that the expe- the Canal Co.'s planted these groves, years ago, dreamedof On the largest] of the fresh water lakes, ALBERT A. T.\YLOU. COCOA FL.\.
mer. very hoped for and worked for. a lot of 51 acres, covered with heavy pine
riences of last year will be avoided in the Work. CRACKER. timber, and with small clearing plantedin

future. The committee selected by the recent tropical trees, for $10 per acre. Important to Orange Growers.The .

legislature to inquire into the general In the Lake Worth settlement 10 acres :

THE second game in the series betweenthe working of the Atlantic Coast Canal and Tax Notice. of rich hammock for $3,000. This is one undersigned have special facilities

Philadelphia Base Ball Club and the Transportation Company met at the I will be at the voting places on the of the few fine building sites ]left on the and trade for the Sale of

Jacksonville team was played last Sat- dates below, for the purpose of receivingtax east side: and is within a few minutes'walk
Court House on Tuesday evening, to receive returns : of the Lake Worth postoffice, hotels STRICTLY FANCY FLORIDA
urday afternoon. The Phillies won by a evidence from settlers relative to 2nd 1889. ] and stores.Improved FRUIT,
Eden.Tuesday April
score of 8 to 4. The game was charac- the benefit accruing, or the damages resulting Fort Pierec...'Vednesday, 3rd,, place] with new cottage And would receive consignment (,r..

terized by loose playing on both sides, from, the work done so far to the Narrows,.........Friday, 5th, beautifully finished, on lot of 20 acres, same.
especially by Smith, Jacksonville's third river Sebastian.Saturday, 6th, ** planted with 20,000 trees of all kinds, Inferior Fruit not desired.

baseman. The first game was played a generally. l\Ialabar.l\Ionday, 8th, among! them 900 cocoanuts, bearing oranges Prompt returns. Stencils sent without .
Captains Paddison, Mercier, Hawley, Melbourne.Tuesday, 9th, limes, guavas, with a frontage on charge. Reference: Chatham National

few days before. Cecil, DeSteubenKroegeland others gave Eau Gallie.Wednesday, 10th, Lake Worth of about 32 rods, for $10- Bank, New York City.

their opinions relative to the benefit to Tropic.Thursday. 11th, 000.With JOSEPH B. MAXFIELD & CO.,
FLORIDA'S PROGRESS. 13th adjoining lot of 5 acres south,
navigation generally, whilst it was shown Canaveral..Saturday, 75-77 Park Placecor. Greenwich Street
$12,000, giving a total front of nearly 40
..... 15th
Georgiana Monday, ,
Florida is a popular subject with writers :New York. -rf
that in some places sailboating was injured Rockledge.Tuesday, 16th, rods, A fine place] for a large hotel.

and speakers. The articles that have by the banks thrown up by the Cocoa,.........Wednesday, 17th, Improved place of over 7 acres, havinga

, been written and the addresses that have dredge ; yet, on the whole, the naviga- l\Ieritt..Thursday, 18th, front on the lake of about 8} rods, NEAT AND PROMPT.SEND .

been delivered on Florida would fill a tion of the river was greatly improved City Point.Friday, 19th.c with a new house of two stories, newlypainted
with cistern, etc., for 5000.
20th ,
T.H.Sanders Saturday
good many volumes, and yet people go and large steamers could traverse the Titusville.Monday, 22nd,, This lot runs to the ocean.

right on writing and speaking just as if whole length of the river, which was utterly LaGrange.Tuesday, 23rd, In the Palm Beach Settlement YOUR ORDERS

the theme were a new one, and the pub few and l\Iims'Vednesday 24th "
impossible a years ago, We Have for Sale
lic reads and listens with unabated inte that should the work be finished-making Haulover,.......Friday, 26th, -FOU-
18 acres, having on it a number of
rest. a channel 80ft. wide-the desideratum W. R. SANDERS, large] cocoanuts running through to the

""The truth is," remarks an exchange, of all parties would be reached.All Assessor for Brevard Co. ; ocean and having a front on the lake of

"that Florida's growth is so remarkablethat agreed that the manner of puttingup : 17! rods and on the ocean of 201 rods, JOB PRINTING
Indian River Orange Growers' for$1,500. ,
there is always.something new to be the mud excavated on the banks of
Improved place] of 22 acres with new
said about it while the oft-told Association.MEETING .
story the canal was highly injurious and liableto modern house of 13 rooms. This lot is

does not lose its interest by repetition. wash back into the channel, and thatto OF STOCKHOLDERS. planted] with all kinds of tropical trees, -SUC1I AS-

There were serious drawbacks to her pro- become of any permanent benefit the There will V e a meeting of the stock- such as alligator pears, :niaumcc apples
holders of the Indian River Orange apples dates etc. 24J rods frontage LE"lTEltIIEADS.OTEIIE.DS,
gress, but they have been overcome, to a soil must be entirely removed. sugar ,
Growers' Association on Wednesday, the on lake and same on ocean. Price
great extent, and the natural advantages Messrs. Robbins and Graham said that
3rd day of April, 1889, at 10 o'clocka. 12500. ,
which she possesses have attracted the company's reserve had been a great m., at the Public Hall (near Sharp's South of the above lot 18} acres, 20

both immigrants and capital. Her won- detriment to settlement,and that the disposition wharf), City Point, Fla. rods frontage on lake and same on ocean. BILL-HEADS
All interested in culture-ladies The line between these two places is the
derful climate, her fertile soil, producing of the lands granted to the company orange
be describedin included-are cordially invited to at- middle of an avenue running throughto ,
nearly everything that can
was reckless in the extreme. tend. the ocean.

other southern states, and some things Senators Hardee and Hervey will pro By order of the Board of Directors. 13 acres running through to ocean, 13 CIRCULARS,

\ that cannot, and her inducements to in- ceed up and down the river to examinefor A. L. HATCH/Secretar s. rods frontage on both lake and ocean. FOLDERS.

vestors have been extensively advertised, themselves the work of the N. B.-Bring along your lunch baskets. Price $3,000.The .
homestead of the ]late M. W.
and with what result be seen by a
may far as they have proceeded. NOTICE. Dimick, entirely cleared and planted in INVITATIONS,
comparison of her condition to-day with Should the committee tender such report tropical trees and plants. Mr. Dimmickwas
that of The attention she To all whom it may concern: PROGRAMMES:' :' ,
ten years ago. to the Legislature as would show one of the pioneers of Lake Worth
Take notice thai we, the undersigned, and this all the
has given to educational matters has that entitled the gave to place advantages '
not to
they are STREAMERS:
very will at the 'ation of four weeks'publication ,
exp. of his wide experience. There are about
been a great aid to her progress. Other large amount of land reserved for of this notice in accordanceand 46 acres, running through to the ocean

southern states might learn some valuable them, we think that our State legislators conformity with Chapter "3594 of and having a frontage on lake and ocean DODGERS.
lessons from the more recent historyof the )laws of Florida, file a petition and
should be equally careful, when taking of 41 rods. Lots of any desired frontagewill
make application to the Hon. John 1>. BUSINESS CARDS,
Florida's be sold or the whole] place] including -
growth."As this land it in
away reserve to place Broome. Judge of the 7th Judicial Circuit -
great as has been that growth, snch a shape that it can be had only by of Florida for the adoption of Ethel Lot Dwellings of for 9 $18,400. Also] with WEDDING CARDS,
over acres, improved,
however, it promises to be still greater. those who will settle and improve it. Louise infant child William F. Den-
man and Marie Louise Denman, his wife small dwelling, with a frontage of 8 rods, VISITING CARDS,
The progress Florida has made has been There are plenty of corporations now deceased, of Jacksonville Fla.. as our running through to the ocean, for 2500.

in the face of obstacles, as has been ready and waiting to grasp all this landif child and heir at law. Lot of nearly 11 acres in Palm Beach, -TO THEFLORIDA-

stated, and these having been removedfor it is released from the Canal Companyand Rockledge, Fla.. March 15. A. D. 1880! within a few hundred feet of the James
J. M. LEE McCormick place] and the Cocoanut
most part, she is now prepared to placed open to the general laws regarding LELA V. LEE. Grove House, planted with rare tropicaltrees STAR

make longer and more rapid strides than State lands. and having a frontage on lake and

ever before. The prospect is that the Commissioner's Sale. ocean of 9 rods, for 5000. JOB PRINTING OFFICE

I census of 1900 will contain the record of City *oint. Lot of 4 3-5 acres, with frontage of !98
Under and virtue of decree of the
feet has it about 250
on cocoanuts, most
great things accomplished in :Florida. Circuit Court of Florida, 7th Judicial Cir- NOTICE.
Editor Florida Star: of which are bearing. This lot for saleony
cuit, in and for Volusia county, in chan- LAND OFFICE. GAINESVILLE,?
parties intending build for
to to .
A NEW COUNTY. SIR-So frequently have the praises of for in wherein
cery, partition a cause Thadeus $2,000. This lot is in the well-known March 91889. /
From a personal interview with prominent Rockledge been "said and sung" that its Street, etal,complainants and :Mary Dimmick cocoanut grove. Notice is hereby given that the follow

citizens; living in the southern portion -' deserved fame has rather overshadowedsome S. Benner,etal,are defend Is, directing On the west side of the lake, opposite ing-named settler has filed notice of his
sale of the following described premises for
of Brevard county, including, also, other prettily picturesque places in the purpose of partition of said property Palm Beach, we have lots for sale] with in intention support to of make his claim commutation, and that proof said
those in the southwest portion its which well of between the thereof. The under- frontage lake of 10 and 12 rods for
living vicinity, are worthy owners proof will be made before A. A. Stewart
near Fort Drum, it appears that they are more notice. And, as the name of City signed Commissioners will sell, at public $500] per sites lot. and These are all beautiful clerk of circuit court. at Titusville. Fb-r
auction, at the Court House door, in the building before them the entire viz. William
27 1S89. :
quite anxious to form a new county. In Point comes first to the end of my pen, town of Titusville in Brevard county Stateof settlement on the east side is spreadout on Saturday D. Owen, April of Georgiana., Fla.. hd.

support of this move they have quite a it may be that its brief description would Florida, between the legal hours"of sale, like a panorama. Also Xo. 1S7C9, for the lots 1 and :! of section

number of good reasons, prominent of interest some of those who seek such information to the highest bidder, on the first Monday Desirable] building sites, farther southin G, township 24 south. and lots 3 and 4 of
in A. D. 1889 the 6th of the next section, for SCO 3 r
which have been mentioned the following from for the May, day per acre. sec. 31. township 23 south, range
your pages pur- said month, the following described prop- On the west shore, opposite Figulus

: po.-e-either of multiplying the numberof erty, to-wit : That tract of land known as Postoffice, a lot of 10 acres, with a front east.He names the following witnesses to

The great length of Brevard county, healthful homes, so prettily perched the Joseph Delespine Grant, granted to age of 13 rods. Price 325. prove his continuous residence upon

which is nearly 150 miles, covers an area upon the banks of this romantic riverof said Joseph Delespine April 9th*, 1817, and In the beach hammmock at Figulus and: cultivation of. said land viz. :
confirmed by decree of the Superior Court Postoffice, an improved place of 10 acres Mills O. Cotrell and Irving L. Un
sufficient for the formation of a new a combination of pleasure and profitin for District of East Florida by decree dated with house of 8 rooms, planted with cock of Hortl, Fla. A. L. Bruncr amI

county from Brevard alone. the cultivation of those fruits which the 21st day of August, 1838, and approvedby about 500 cocoanuts-some bearing Henry C. Fish of Georgiuia, Fla.

The rapid settlement of Indian River experience has now proved so conclusively Supreme Court of United States January guavas, ]limes, sappadillos, etc. Price 47 S. TUCKEK, l"ister.
3rd, 1838, situate on Indian River, in
Narrows, St. Lucie, Fort Pierce, Ankona as adapted to this region-of the allur- 2500. A ]limited number of lots will be
22 South 34 and
Township Range east, sold in this vicinity with NOTICE OF I conpou.\.TIOS.
frontage to
and other places, together with those residing ing pursuits of the chase-the captivating Township 22; South Range 35 east and
suit. All lots extend from lake uoAef"signed
west of these places back from the piscatorial art-or all these, or others. Township 23, South Range 35 east, and ocean, and all the land is available.] to Notice is hereby have given formed that a companr the for
23 South 34 persons
Township Range now
river produces assessed valuation of at This settlement is about fifteen miles lying in Brevard, county, State: of Florida, On the west shore, in the vicinity of the purpose of constructing, maintaining

least $300,000, which would afford a sufficient south of Titusville, six or seven from according to plat and survey of said Grant, Figulus] we have 80 acres well situatedand and operatin a railroad, or trara-r *v

revenue by a millage not larger Rockledge and is also upon the same- described in a patent of same from the adapted to pineapples and oranges From Lake Pomsett to Kockledge and Cocoa -
United States, bearing date the 17th; of October for $10 an acre; also] 85 acres farther west with the privilege of extending toCtl'Point ..
than they arc at present paying to run a west-side of the river, but being only for $8 about with the Indian
A. D. 1873, the entire Grant con- per acre. parallel Rits
new county successfully. With a countybeat about ten miles direct from .the ocean, taining 43,000 acres, more or less.. On the west side CO acres, or less to er, through the towns of Kockledge, said.

at or near Fort Pierce, the mileage, the roar of the surf may be distinctly Purchasers paying for title. suit, $30 per acre. The front of this ]landis and City Point, Fla. The name of

expenses of court, etc., would be nominalto heard and its healthful breezes predominate JAMES PRITCIIARD, especially adapted to gardening or co- railroad, or Lake tram-road Poinsett, company lai road is! "Back-(or-
while the and
EUGENE BRAINERD, coanuts, balance] is covered ledge
what Brevard now has to pay those all through the summer. Being ROBERT HARDEE, with heavy pine timber. pany." The railroad ia to run from LW

who come from that part of the county. almost a consecutive line of bearing or- Commissioners.March Near Hypoluxo] P.O., lot of nearly Poinsett to Rockledge and Cocoa througB, with
When Brevard was first organized, ange groves for about three miles, one may 1889. 48-30 days. 8 acres, rich hammock, for $850. Fine privilege of e extension and City Point, about
Cocoa City
building sites and ] Rockledge, !
with a territory much larger than at here readily realize the legend of the golden large frontage on lake. parallel with the river, 7 to 11 miles*
On side
NOTICE. west
opposite ]
Hypoluxo we .
present, the assessed valuation was something apples of Atalantis and of the fabled have nearly] 100 acres of fine gardening, length, all in Brevard County stock, Florida.The consist of

less than the amount above men- gardens of the Hesperides, which were, notice All persons that, six concerned months after will date now, I take will ]land, a heavy muck, which only needs ofone hundred company's shares capital of one hundred dollars I I

tioned. perchance, at the base of those very sub- present to Hon. Minor S. Jones, County cultivation to yield] enormouslj; also each-$10,000-with privilege.of ID"I I

There is no reason why the northern merged mountains whose tops are now Judge of Brevard, county, Florida my would make a fine cocoanut plantation, creasing such stock to 250 shares %1
Heal vouchers as administrator with the for $30 per acre. All the ]land on the each in all. The undersigned (compos 'b
of the should object to denominated the West Indies. I
portion county shore is
will annexed, of Thomas New, late of west especially suited to pineapples first Board of Directors:
this wish. It does not incur any further There is a charming river front drive, said Brevard county, deceased and that ] and the different varieties of the C. B.NAaarpzxrII. I

responsibility by so doing ; that is borne. which is fringed with the characteristic at tl e same time I will apply for letters citrus family, having a close, compactsoil S. WILLIAM,
\ dismissory from such administration. with yellow sub-soil, moist but well LEWIS Powr,
those in the new county. cabbage palm and runs part way beneatha
This March 15. 1889.Vu. drained. On the east side are the cocoa- It. P.
With a new county, we believe they bold bluff, which is crowned with a \ MCCRACKEN nuts and other palms, bananas and other E. P. FOBCHOU

could, rapidly improve their' public line of the virgin forest left standing as 48-Cmo. Administrator, etc. tropical growths. This March 5, A. D. 1889 41-31110.-



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Smalls imbedded in a grapevine S. IS. RAY .rtosiaao.7Voll L. GIXGRAS,

leaf with a diamond stem, make a delicate Air D

.lace pin. '

An oddity fora powder box represents :I Preparatory to opening up and makingroom IRRIGATION COliTRAC'lORS, A1TT-AT-UW AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Chinese with leaf and
a urn rose
chasing; on Loth ti lk'Jo: for myy Extensive and Varied Successor to J. C. Norwood and Co., Solicit Correspondence. Rock Ledge, Florida.

A striped bass (beautifully enameledin ---

natural colors and with diamond eyes, TITUSVIIXE, FLORIDA D. L. GAULDEN,

makes an odd lace pin. StockI TITUSVILLE, FLA. 33

A minute repeater recently seen has Spring
an open face and'gold dial, the figures of O. -tdLJtuOTOIEt: : ., ATTORr EY-AT-lAW,

which are in red enamel Titusville, Florida.

Two cabbage leaves overlapping each
Hardware and ---- --
other In frosted and burnished finish & WILLIAMS
make a unique} cake basket. have Inaugurated aGR. JONES ,

Candelabra in Assyrian style, with five
lights net in dragons lu-a bt of oxidized .loTDCLEARANCE i Gen'l Merchandise General Produce ,it tOI'n eys-at-Law.

finish are among the latest non lti"so Titusville, FJ..r 4h.

Very pretty is a .lady's tvatj h enameled !
----- ---- -
on both sides ,,"itlaOinlPtH and spray? MERCHANT.
surrounding a vari-rolored 1 llonil Wrt 1t IL GEO.1.. ROBBING: ,

An odd stamp box rePresrntsaerItich II i STORE. Melbourne Florida
ing bear in oxidized silver which when ATTORNEY-AT-LAW

turned over. reveals three gold lined comr I SALE A. M. Hamilton & Co., TlTrsYI I.I.F., Fl..\.

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Four clover leaves of three pearls each TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA,
with a single pearl U'tween each kiif ant A.M.. THRASHEH,
a diamond center, is the design of I propose to keep "7 Wholesale Dealers in -
pretty ,
silver clover leaf with put Indian River Oysters
tray A First-Class P. O. Box 20. S.\ FOn}>. FI %
bonier anti engraved Venetian center accompanies Will i'rartir in all the (cvitt.e ol tfc. "'l11hCircuit
an etched water pitcher in tho 1-i'181-1 and Stiprrme Court. 3
style of Louis XA \'. WINTERDRESS

silver carving;: set for the holidays -OFNOTIONS- Green Turtle and Game. A LU-N E. IIEYSEU,

consists of roa t and game carvers combined -
with a fish set in oxidized Assyrian All orders will l'lCehprompt and careful attention -
and Grecian styles. DRESSGOODS whether by telegraph, Attoey-at-Law 211 COilY@YaBcer.
; letter or 17
An odd ring has five stones in an Eng- GROCERIESJDRY ---- ----- ---- -lCI'SOll.-. -_. ---- Lake Worth Dade County, FK>ri.Ia
lish setting consisting of !red blue PIONEER COOPERAGESyrup
brown canary and coffee colored diamonds Will furnish Abstract of Title to Ua-le

in the order named.A Barrels $2.25. County landT -.

now cake t Iwislret! for the holidays .At cct. --------------

represents a square tray with a fluted I Gauged to order ten cents extra. > I1. BURCIIFIELI,
border in the style of Louis XV. the han- COODS -
dle being in the form of two brunches j Wheeiwrighting and Repairing.C. .

bound together with! twigs. i 6. COUNTY SURVEYOR.
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Silver topped (corks appropriately i i Orders by>> mail will receive as Jtr"lnt.,
labeled for tin* various kinds of wines Ilonev barrels and Oval Water Breakers attention calls in .
and liquors are coming intoOoiue.. They i SBIOES,9HATS: : from $2.00: up. iiern.Address
are ornamented with the figures of famous -' .. : Georgians, Fla.
I' Tanksand ----- --- -- -- ------
generals of all countries.Cut :
MOMS' Ladies': & fliililrens'. F. ATKINSON.:
glass odorizer in diamond) cutting, SHIRTS PANTS all kinds of COOPER WORK to order* H
with heavy chased silver tops are among I
the latest acquisitions to the toilet table. ;'. .;OlIXSOX.! '" JUSTICE OF THE PEACEFor

By pressing a silver button in the centerof SEOES.JBA. LaG range, : : Florida. .
the top piece a spray of cologne shoots ETC., AT COST.I the Second Jn-tiee I)i i-trict: .,f lire-

from a chased silver nozzle.A yard county ; Court dt-'-, thin! Monday
Oak Lawn House of each mouth.
comb of light amber shell surmounted -
with a border work of pearls ,
and diamonds followed by a rim of I Make Reductions on Iany THE MUSIC HOUSE OF FLORIDA.
small pearls and then a row"of large diamonds -
Lake] Worth Dade :Fla.
and |earls alternating, makes a : .TS, County,
liandsome hair Other Lines
lady's ornament.A
New house and Newly Furnished.
rustic smoking set in oxidized silver Rooms single or in Suites. A 1;. G'A1IPBEL L

has a tray elaborately ornamented An know I can Save You Money on .
with embossed figures. The ash receiver Jacksonville,
and receptacles for cigars, cigarettes Purchases.MY CLOTHINGJGent's
and matches represent curled grapevine f
leaves while the alcohol lamp, in I will Sell anti Deliver at your nearest
Best View of Lake and Ocean
leaf design i is perched on a broken station :: -:sPIArirOS
branch. STOCK OFN"E"VV"

The design for a magnificent clock recently Fiirnisliiiii Goods And best Hunting and Fishing grounds
executed is in Oriental style, the on Lake ""orth.I "
clock proper surmounting the figure of or.

an houri. who stands leaning forward ALSOCROCKERY I Fine Lawn shaded by monster Oaks I
holding apart the portieres at the entrance SPRING
and Tropical Growth both OFi.G.A.NSron
to the harem. On either tide: of ,
the clock are jardinieres. The entire GLASSY/ARE\ : Wild and Cultivated.Try I th
LS MONEY than guy other hone IB
;work is of silver and gold.-Jeweler's ,
us once and you will come again. Tinted Matt.1 aIW.s iu.iaut.r it'ttattrat'tobe
Weekly. as' 1 Will t>Lipa 11.nwrr equ &
MILLIIERY; ALLEN E. HEYSER, Proprietor. any lioiifht luau or wotnaii, tu trial. alAi U **
Among the prettiest trimmings for satiflatturj. I will pay fn-inht l>"tta 11"aa "*
bonnet crowns are little squares; of fine HARDWARE ash and flu a month i>u a I-ULO. and <1- C'VlLuoi
cloth delicate in color and soil in finish, GREEN AND DRIED FRUITS, $5 a mouth on an Organ till>> pu foi-wH each.
more Ulan ordinary rrtit. Ou tht e rer.I> *r lterms
braided embroidered in
cr small, close
LADIES' HATS Foreign and onl'stit" anyone can own a Ih.trubf'uL 8fcdfc
set buds. ( AND:
figures leaves :ees. flies rImE CATALOGUE conlaiuins fun iatnra.attoe.
shells and Ftars,,und the eil I's pinked xhert )Iui'oi(.String""iul1ulI.. Lanjw. < war*, Afurdeoiir *-
out. These falling over a brim and ciown RIBBONS, and in trot f'u-ry Mumral .'.".
of velvet luxe ;\\onderfully fine and) SeiSer Bro1 Comp'y that i* made.and at cry low price' Seed fere'plete .
FEATHERS tfMusic rt-t.-
Goods. i Catalogue!* I La a 20.toCJ ltf't
artistic etfec-t.-New York Sun. Ship Chandlery at 10 tent per copy a.U U-ks, vt (hoM.
Have Commenced to Arrive. These Music at 1 11 tent per copy i WV lt x>k. of C.k
Agents for Bishop! Iloyt & Co's Ilanr- vocal and InttrtuiitbUl Mu% c at 5 c,m*a.4:1
GOSSIP ABOUT GLOVES. will be added to constantly. Also, mock Land Florida Orange'Citra I Cent Any piece. of bwt manic p bh. >fc*f. st :2
ifcwk of 3
It.V)per cent below patlifliei price
Florida. pieces('at-b. sheet nusic'izr, 10 crtt bred hr
The favorite is medium tint I
a vergingon .
yellow. SPRING DRESS GOODSA Catalogue.A.
Heavy stitching on the back of a gloveis B. Campbell Jack> 'nviile,113.
bad form. These will he the main features of my this $ I!!'.

Such atrocities as green gloves with Most Beautiful Line of all Embroidered business, but orders sent me for anything COMMISSION' MERCHANDISE.Special _(Mention.___u_______Ilapf'r.j______
white stitching on the backs can only be kept in any store in Titus- e -A man who is interested in hl-own
tolerated in shop windows. ville will be promptly filled. welfare will be plea ed to know tha;

White gloves are now fashionable with LADIES' ROBE, Attention Given Florida Fruits. ANDREW GIBSON
white dresses; but light tan shades are
oftener used even by bride:mahls. And all overYALENCIENESE 28 N. Delaware A VE'o, and 20! Water St. Keeps the finest oysters to be found io

Do not have your gloves too tight: it Will buy Fruits,;Eggs, Chickens, Philadelphia Pa. Tllusv'ille,
Is neither graceful nor fashionable to see LACES, ,
a six and a half baud crowded into a six ANA SEKVKI IX STYLE TO SUIT 1MTM SS.tiidcr .
In White and Black Or any Country Produce my customersor References-Seventh Xat'l. Dank; Pro-
glo'c..Occasional1y" friends may bringto duce Nat'l. Bank; Mercantile Agencies} ** Bread altcay on kwri.Alto .
the general) woman fancies Ladies' Silk Mitts Gloves Etc. market.I Produce House first-class Barber attaebed.
an all black toilet, and then the t>r any Philadelphia. a shop

gloves an black kid;.undressed: or glace, -
A large Hue of Corsets from 50 centsto

as she pnfers. $;j.OO each.Gentlemen's. Traveling North or South take eIsine
Evening gloves I are as long'as ever, and I ask!:: for a share of the public patron.
again reach to the lower edge of the -
age, and come as a supplicant, not a

short shane,sleeves and) must, they lie are quite in mousquetaire plain) on the Laundried and Unlaun- dictator, asking for your favors.If :Mallory S. S.
courteous treatment,good ,
being very simply corded there.! dried Shirts.
I good and low figures is
Tan gloves may bo worn with all cos- the candidate for
tumes gave those of gray or in which The most Varied Line of Gentlemen's public favor, ViL betweon

gray i is most prominent when gray Straw Hats, bought .cheap and Marked then I'melected.
gloves are substituted
pray gloves are
worn also. with gray dresses, as dd.e black Low Down. New York and Florida, Boston, Philadelphia and the East,

The "drawn seams.: *" with edges of the Agent for Chattanooga Plow Co.,
kid showing, are. on stylish gloves and :nr: : Chilled Plows antI SugarCane Sailing
are quite new nu black gloves showing Mills.
white edges of the. kid. Ladies riding STOCK OF GROCERIESWas NEW YOKK CITY '?"nJI FEUXAXIHXA.CENTBK .
gloves art now' .tilbur l' "-that is, I'IER21: E. K EVERY FRIDAY. : STREET: "II.\I:}'. fcVEKTFKOJI 'Jlltli"ll.\T.
faced double insiile the palms and lingers
just:; like thoseHvorn>> by men. and) they I never more complete.I vim's the Iron Steamships STATE OF TEXAS, CITY OF SAN ANTONIO and

may I he short enough to require but one I RIO GRANDE

button to fasten them, or long enough to pride myself on the Superior Butter, t5 T* Are large, elegant. dee lr draft and comfortable, !sailing alh'rnatt'1T.blt'.

require four buttons. Coffee, Teas, Crackers, Etc., I am en- the best on the Coast.
TIlt"! undressed kid gloves of light
abled to offer the trade.I .
quality, with corded kicks, an the fash- SCHEDULE.

ionable choice for visiting or carriage keep in Stock Plant's Flour-none XOTITII- oCSD, from Fernandina with 5-10 iu. train frem Jack onyille -
connecting p.
toilets but heavier kid gloha n' wide: (I J. Ii
better. .
stitching of self: color or of black, and

are most used for morning walking toilets -I II Grits and Meal arriving every week, t CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder............... u II )lur iChh

and with tailor gowns of cloth. insuring it Fresh and Sweet. !I STATE OF TEXAS, Captain Williams....................... f6 u u,. .",
Some of these are fastened I by four large 5'' I I' CITY OF S.TO'"IO, Captain Wilder............... ,. -J.t h'
gilt buttons while others are in the sac Large Stock of Hay and Grain at all] STATE OF TEXAS, Captain Williams................... u 2 t
shape, without an opening at the! wrist. times. '. -.1 l4t CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder............... U 4A1ar 1 4th
Tan, gray, black and whie gloves are : :
the colors I jfl Order all Freight via MiJlory Steamship Line from Purr No 21 E t Lew t"orko.oSpecial.AJ .
only used in luonahle
a Most close )iing prices made on all J nt.are located at all principal points through 1'lorid.'hn ticket ran 1e Irrf + 'II ;
woman's outfit and it is quite |IK>>>s.sihle I! : ; information obtained.jTS"taterooro8aid. t
in this line.
fur her to l tae well gloved) with all her l I berths ferared in advance from J' k.fnTille and Fernaudina rtJ.YltdTrains .
various kinds of gliui-s in tan shades, 6 I from F R. & N. R'yrnn directly to chip's side at Fernaudina. I
very dark tan color l ln-ing: used) fur the I a XJ.S.Any further information can be obtained from
I = J. )t. CUTLER. Passenger Agent, corner Bar and Iloganatreet.; ,JackonTill,*WG. -
street in the daytime and very light tau G EO. B. lo ',tI 1 / '" ,. 0:;,. k.... .. : K. HUBBY, Agent, Fernaudina, Ha. 0 I
for the et;"'Jlingand as there arc seventeen 'I: RUMPEVTITUSVILLE iI i! H. H.RAYMOND, General Traveling Agent.
difFerent tints of tau an individual I

tone' is tan.possible even when "everybody" : FLA. s. .. R.ct,V.I I I C H. MALLORY! & CO.. General Apnls., Pier 20 E. R. NEW YORK 'CITY. 1 i.

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; 1 II ------------------- FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, MAR. 21, 1889.colliiiiiptlon 7. .

:r. Surely Cured.
Sores, Aches and Pains.

I EDlTOn-l'Iease iuform your readers that VIIen a hundred 1 can Day make S .OO per If any dealer says he has the W.L.Donglal XOTICE.
1'0 : remedy for the above-named bottles of sarsaparilla or other AGENT A profit selling our Shoes without name and price 0tamped ox
positive preteutjoiis UMS.
timely uI'e thouundM TCiflu8 fail to eradicate in.bora .crof- p World We beat the the bottom, put him down as a fraud.
By its or sPbne ula or blood for low prices.2&1&'JSlSS5l A All persons concerned take notice that
been permanently cured. I shall be B. B. ( t IOUi ood )080n' remember that H.ud ICED PLtJSII pit()TOtJ ItApiiIijIiU- : the
bottles of Balm) baH gained: many thou- we, undersigned and their associate
two my remedy FIIEE to ,
f*taiend who have consumption if any yicthje in as many seemingly incurable in hOlding! padded 32 "a :?.EOol1 "'4ttao exteo-- intend to ] to the
1Js readers they willexpress staneps Send to the pages of Cabinet and Card apply Legislature of
11l Blood
: Balm Co., tlal1ta. pictures, Bent for .
and Ga. 81.00,retail
(1 post office address.j for for 82.25 bound Florida
their of also at their
JsL e "Wonders and be cOuvlnced. 1t is in Japaneese Morocco. I1lustrate, circulars next general session
pectfully, FREE
the only. TRUE BLOOD' of the above and FINER for the
> J.SLOCUM SI. C., Ml.I Pearl St., New York. (ii Y\ .%:\[ .A aj RIFlER. -STYX.ES! or- passage of an. Act for the follow
IeSeF'liowdl' toads"
Ga., writes "!
f : Fnrahee& J ) LBIJMS ing :
was" fihc nine lnllh. pnrpose .
9* __- _-. ; years with son*. All the medi. Cincinnati. Ohio. 'M
clue could take did me no ood. 1st. To declare
I then tried B them
Ho IT'S This B. B., anti 8 bottles cured me sofind." doablo their a bodv corporate,
Hundred Dollars Mrs. 8. M. Wilson, Hound Mountain Texas A\GENTS!: f! .J1i.nJt our BRASS money under the name of the untln ma Creek
offer One Reward for ,
tfe any writes; "A lady iriend ubled imished Corrugated Improvement Canal and
Jof catarrh that cannot be cured by Ukiug of mine was tr with Transit Com
SSrj Catarrh Cure. bumps and pimples on her fce and neck. She took REFLRGfHI9 SAFETY pany."
CHENEY & CO. proprietors Toledo three bottle, of B.:B. B., and her skin! got oft and \ LAMP.
J. ,
.:> the undersigned, have known 1.'. J Cheney amooth. pimples disappeared, aud her health iin, I Can ly oM in every family. Gives 2nd. For a charter to open Banana
proved gitatly.las. ." more liirht than three ordinary
,or the last U J61'". anti believe him perfectly boi.sbleifl&fl : L. UoMWorth. Atlanta hull! M7-1 Lamp sent by Express for Creek by dredging and removing obstruc-
business transaction', and financially Ga.rites; "Some dirty ('('nh. We also have the beet tions to
navigation and
>years ago I coutiattd blood had'nn make the
out Obligations poiton I appe sel.inir: lofTV-o '.ot same
&> carry allY made by their in the U. s.
,ble lite, my digestion w...s ruined, rheumatism drew up ,f4.*. Cm .. tor illus-tnted circulars to thereby navigable by steamboats, and to

jr JTest k Trni, wlioleal druggists.: Toledo, O. cauterized my limbs ho five I Una
TTtMii', Klimau Marvin, wholesale drug. Hot Sprints gave me no benefit Creek into
gist Toledo. Ohio and JlyllQ was one ot torture until I gave B. Mosquito Lagoon, thereby'supplying
I:. 1L Van lloesen, cashier, Toledo National B. B. a trial, and, surprising as it may teem, the '\;:. : said creek with wilt water and
use of '* .: :')
nxebotth-scuied .
Bank, Toledo Ohio. me thereby
actually draining and reclaiming
Catarrh Cure i<' taken SCOT"EMULSii'S l
t jjill's Internally, actiigdirectly ; much land overflowed
now and
upon the blond and mucus aurfaces of the The Rev. fieo. H. Thayer of Bourbon, Ind, says: value
ifitem. Pri'' .5<-. per bottle. Both nmelf and wife owe our lives to bhiloh't less. The said corporation to receive

gold byaU Dniggi gts. 34 Consumption\me, Ha. Cure." Sold by Ditlson & Grey, TituS W. L. DOUCLAS therefor the alternate sections of public

lands on either side of the routes made

MABIJLNNA, FLA., .Tuny. 2fith( 1889. Are ton, Uizinees made,miserable Loss of by indigestion, Couetipition. $3 S HOE CENf'MEN.BeAt navigable by them for six miles, and,
App tite, Yellow Skin?
JlmTl. Lippman firos., Savannah Ga., Shiloh's Vitalizer is a positive Cure Sold by Dick. In the Trorld. Examine his also, the submerged lands so actually .

Proprietors P. P. 1>. :, son A: Grey, Titusville, Ha. 84.OO S5.OO GENUINE IIASn-SJ<;wJ.n SHOE. drained and reclaimed by them in town
For a long time I muttered with catarrh Why will you cough when Shiloh's Cnre will give OF PURE COD LIVES? Oil 83.50! POLICE ANI FAKMERV SHOE. ships 21 and 22 in Brevard county, Flor-

and ulcerated throat. I took S. S. S. but immediate relief? iricelOcts 50ct antI $I. Sold 82.25 83.50 EXTRA'VJ KING\fAN'S VALUE: CALF: SHOE.SHOE. ida, and also the exclusive right to op I

I derived no benefit from it. Dr. Owens;who by Dukson & (irey,rl"ttnsville, Fla -AND HYPQPHO 5L.."?rr.r. is: 83.00 and 81.75 BOYh SCHOOL SHOES crate barges and steamboats in the watersso ,
All made
in Congress, Button and Lace.
represents Lippman Bros., Savannah, Ga., S iloh's Catarrh Itemedy positive! cure for Cattrrli made navigable by them including
Almost ,
told me that 1'. P. P. would cure me, so 1 soil &, Grey Dlptueria, Titusville, and C'miker, I'la. Sloutlu bold bj Ditk- as_Palatable- 2 LTilk, W. L. DOUGLAS the right to charge toll therein and also

began taking it. I have taken six bottles So disguised that It can be taken the exclusive right to fih for profit and

(small size), and I am entirely well. -I feel "Hack nietaek," a lasting and fragient perfume. directed, and assimilated by the most S3 SHOE LAFD0RES. plant oysters in said Banana Creek
Price 25 and 40 cents. Sold by lukOD Ac Grey, sensitive stomach, when the oil Best
like a new man, and consider i P. : P. I). a Titusulle, I laShiloh's cannot be tolerated ; and by tho com .u iiot sold Material by your dealer Beat,Style.write Best Fitting. the head of Banana River, when so

wond'rful medic'ne. bination of the oil with the hypophoe W. L. DOUGLAS BBOCKTOX, MASS salted by them.
Cure will immediately relieve Croup pnitei 18 much more efficacious. .
PETE MAXXI.YG.n Whooping Cough and Bronchitis. Sold by Dickson Remarkable flesh :FOR SALE BY S ROBERT MORROW I
as a producer.
& Grey Titusville, Fla. S. II. RAY

P t1. t:! H '" For Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint jon have a Persons gain rapidly while taking It. C. J. HECTOR J. M. PIXON, ,

""*.*>:?*'-/ A h rinted guarantee on every bottle of Shilnli's. SCOTT'S EMULSION is acknowledged by R. F. GRAY
talizer. It never fails to cure. Sold by DitLsoii &. ,
T I r \& .. Maa Grey, Titimille, Fia. Physicians to be the Finest and Best preparation Melbourne, Fla. F. B. SACKETT,

[ ; in the world for the relief and cure of 41-00 days. MAX J. HOECK.
A Nasal Injector free with each bottle of Shiloh'gCatarrh :
1 B u llemedy. Price 50 cmt Sold by Diikton CONSUMPTION, SCROFULA i: _', _w !'of' ; ::"!t.!'.' .. '

& ',rey, Titusville Fla. CENERAL DEBILITY WASTING

One; Who Iino"'H. COLDS and CHRONIC I MASTER'S S.\I..E.
t'rpht U- r H'cs the ;rtoIcsys.tein I COUCHS. CUREFFTS

..uaclr() j The following testimonial: is from a The great remedy for Consumption, and Under and by virtue of a final decree of

Sick lIcadache gentleman who, knows our formula and Wasting in. .Children. Sold by aU Druggists. foreclosure issuing out of the Circuit Court
: Is -- -- -
thoroughly: acquainted with the cura of the Seventh Judicial Circuit of Florida
.. ss.*;Sol ill Gold Watch/ ,
Dyspepsia Costiveness Rheumatism tive property of our Tonic. The way to i:,#" bold for S I 00.until lately I in and for Brevard county, in a certain
know the merits is to tiy the article. Any f.R'f., Itest $N} watch In the world Fl cause therein depending wherein Lewis
v.c1 l'-i.cIIekteper.: WarI ,
Sallow Skin and Piles. practicing; physician who desires: the lanted. Heavy soljj Cold ham and Frank bloj.son are complainants} a
Cases. Both
There is no better remedy< for these formula of Calasaya; Tonic may obtain it =r. J'.. heating gent*'aizes,wuh worki Udirt'laud and Daniel "". McQuaig and John Early:

I common diseases! than Tutt'H Liver from the Westmoreland Caliaya. Tonic and cases of equal value.I and Company defendants
JIitr I will
.. I One Person in each locality as
PUb, as u trial\\ill prove. J.-ricc,2ic. Company Greenville, S. r.. This letteris '2 can secure one free, When I Bay CURE I do not mean merely to Special Master in'Cham'cryl'lJ !
toerthiT with our large and raluiole Eton them for a time,and then have them return nt public
Sold Everywhere. fioji; a malarial section : /?\ line of household again I MEAN A RADICAL: CURE. outcry, to the highest bidder,, for cash, on .
-= ,
lICCUTO SAMPLES PRCE WEST POINT, Miss. .-f'::; welt the These watch sample, we send, a* 1 have made the disease of Monday, the first day of April. the Same be : fJi .

BONANZAS both Bciea.Write now Having shown me the formula for :xzc i !:: .. Free,and after you bare kept FITS EPILEPSY ing the first Monday in the month, between
them in hnms for 3 months and shown them to those or j
_,_ A..SCOr.. ewYorkCit"OSGOOD" making; your Tonic while Waiting your who milYlaaY s...,led,they become your own. propertr. Those the legal hours of j-a'le, in front of the Court .

: City the past summer, I take great pleasure" "bo Sample write at once". We can pay be all sure express of 'recei, fretcht.etc.,inir the Wntchnl ;Address PALLING SICKNESS, IIou>edoor in the town of Tittis\ille, Bre I

v. S. Ctosiari: Cca'.o:. in lecommending it. 1 am delighted Btinsuu! .fc Co., Kox 812. Portland,MaiDe.SeWlnlUarhinepRHE. A life.long study. I WARRANT ray remedy to yard county, Florida, the following described -

_ -- Sent on trial. Freight : with it, having given it ill my practice __ -: S93 CURE the worst cases. Because others have real estate, to-wit : All that certain j
1 paid. Fu'.lj'U'arr-nttU.: and to members of failed is no reason for not now receiving a cure. piece or parcel of land
successfully. my own I) I Send at once for a treatise and a FREE BOTTLE lying and being in

TON $35. family suffering from malarial tex mia- of my INFALLIBLE REMEDY. Give Expressand the county of Brevard: and State of Florida, :

--.0: .- Other sizes proportionately Very ti uly, aDd rood where the people elm see loqt Office. It costs you nothing for a being a two acre strip or one hundred ard
low. Agents well paid. Illustrated Catalogue 48. n. S. DUNCAN. M. P. E-! tbem.;rion we in will each tend localitytb free to very one trial and it will cure you. Address forty yards fronting on Indian River and

free Mention this Paper. ___ !st sewing-machine made in H.C. ROOT, M.C., I 183 PEARL ST.,NEW YORK ;
running west the
A Marshal SaiodLilo and Hair. the worldwith all the attachments. across south end of lot
CSGOOD & THOMPSON, Singframton,, U.1 l We will alto tend free a complete ---__ '- '.--- number three (.')) of section twenty-six ((26))
line of our and valuable
MONTICELLO FLA. Jan. 21si l ,
.mple.. In return we ask that youlhow in town hip twenty-five ((2,>),south of range
PARKER'SHAIR McfSrs. Lippman Jho*.. SavannahGa.., what we tend to those who thirty-six! east and
may call at TOOT home and after a containing twelve arm-,
BALSAMCleanses Proprietors P. P. P. : months aU shall become your own more or J lets, together with all and singular
and beautifies the hair. >p rtT.Thia mind machine ismade
.Promotes a luxuriant growth. For the past eight years I have been in after the Sincer patent : the tenements, hereditament mal l :.j'jiurtcnantvs -
:: which have run out: before patent
Never Fails to Restore Gray bad health, suffering"with malaria, rheu- -: .._,_ run oat U told forSOii.with the ., thereunto belonging or in anVtvi'e !
Hair to its Youthful Color. and now tells for .
mati digestionwbs appertaining. Terms cash.
Prevents P&ndruff and hair falling l1l, dyspepsia: my at rongeit,most nse-
60e and *t 00 at JM1Wcfll. : bad and my hair all came out. In fact, forE: FRE Sa"tIChmenu.' the world. AH Plain i., Uafthis 23rd: day of February, A. I).
\\aoiieaily a wreck. I had taken kidney brief mMjuctioni piren. 1 hote who write to us at once can secure ISdU? fW\In F.GIAY,
MADE WitH BOILING ,WATER. and blood medicinewhich did free the bet sewing-machine in the world, and the Special Master .
mo no
: finest line of works of h'frh art ever shown together America.. Chancery.
i good. When I began taking 1'. P. P., -"JL'ltUE*fc: CO.,-Box 74O, &ugusutu Maine GEORGE 31. KomjESs, Solicitor for.('em- .

EPPS'SGRATEFUL about three months* ago, I was as weak as a plainanK

qhild. I have; only taken four bottle- (small! .

size.nd) to-day 1 am a well man, and my .
...... [pPpl( RAP
r ..1rORTING.OOOOA. hair has "come again." I cannot leeom- : :

mend P. P. P. too highlv. XOTICE.Under .

\V. F. WAItE; t, rr- % -4-ViC-f* !

Marshal Montieollo, Fla. (Prickly Ash, Poke Hoot, and Potassium.) fri 'r 'i'i ( and by virtue of an 01'tier j issued .

'. by the honorable Minor S. Jones, County \ i ,
Witness! :, F. C. OwlN. CURES
I 4 ( ti _' if:4 Judge of Brevaid cl county. Fla., made .: '
MADE WITH BOILING MILK. : $ ia on the 1st day Much. 18SO. the .
__ Worlli lino'ill I :.&_ upon .
SYPHILIS petition of 1). 1*. Smith, as udiniiii-trator I

Mr. W. 11. :Morgan, merchant, Lake of Frank Smith. deceased for an oiderto
Fla. taken with a severe Cold Primary,Secondary,and,Tertiary Syphilis; ,Srphilitlc sell the lands] .
City, was 'Emptions. Scrofula and Scrofulous' niptious. of the said deceased for I
atttendcd with a distressing; Cough and Ulcers and Old Sores. Phcnm8ti and "":'" the payment of his! debts] and distribution. I

running into Consumption in its first all disease of the blood ; nil tlioba, that have # J will. on Monday, the lirst ilav 1
resisted other treatment yield f'h'floilyand' surely *
stage He tried many 8o- 111'd popular to the wonderful power of P. P. P., the great 4.J'cs"1 'V of April, A. 1). ISbO. in fiont of the ;

cough remedies and steadily: I grew wor>e.Was Blood Puriiier. 4AL. Court House door in said county, between C;

reduced in flesh: had difficulty in the tistial! horns of sale. sell at public -

breathing and was unable to tleep.) Finally SCROFULA I :auction to the highest bidder the following 4

New described lands belonging to the
tried Dr. King's Discoveryfor ;
and found immediate Is an Impurity in the blood, rrodncing Lumps or j JUR HOME estate of said Frank Smith. deceaed.. situated ,
Consumption cansinr Running bores on the Arms .
Swelhng ; in said Bievaid
COUlit, towitrLot
relief and after using! about a half dozen Legs or Feet for the cure of which use 1'. 1'. P., I
,, hiimclf well and has had the greatest blood medicine on earth.: All these IS NOT FURNISHED 1 UHf X. };. J ot X. W.:,}. KC. :?. :
bottles found :: diseases yieId readily to the power cf P. P. I', '1'0\\ n?llip :10, boutli Range 5S: <'n*t. mut I
no return of the disease. Xo other r( m- giving new life and new strength. lot 4. Sec. 3-1. TovvnshiiiSl). South Kange
t:: '':. L.'Standard C'11 roimlarhieiJiKl! OI x-.tI'3 Treatise on edcan show $>o grand a record of cures 38 ('at. containing 0acies; ; I.ot 4. Sec. .

ih : I'TI of YoMth, rrcmalurDeclineNervous as"Dr. King's New Discovery:: for Con BLOOD POISON SAVANNAH, (:a., Nov. 1, 1888. 10. Town80hip :3.;;. South Range; 40 cast,

a. ....-, d iJebihcy, liupuiKK-sol the Doodt! sumption. Guaranteed to do just whatis Forty TliouMiud ontlHTii Homes! innde containing G4.oOMCIcs.::; Term-cash. 1'ur- .
claimed for it. Trial bottle free at Cured in its worst form ; sometimes in M"!lNl with attty with fine tinmentH Hiuce 1S70, chaser to for titles.
.' still the good work an.3HK .
T* En sipelas,where the patient :1:1 in Eternal Pain KUC '
ei& 8 Dixon & Benson's Drug Store, Titusville. and given up by the iihjPician In cone ca-ei ) I'i.iuos and Organ" sold last, :year.S Tllis )la'ch lt. 1S59. :

:Scrofulous:; Ulcers broKe out till the party was a t;sUU our murk for this ycur.Lower I'riren<< ; D. P. b-MITU,
atrjryJiIlcsultintrom Renews Her Youth. mass of corruption ; a bottle of P. 1'.'I'. vas i>.' procured, and the disease yielded quickly. (.ic.ilor liidiicfineiilcf gain us this in- '
Mrs. Phoebe Chesley, Peterson, Clay cr.:t cd suit1. Smith. i :

Folly,Vice, J"!tor-mr" :Eaceees: or Co., Iowa, tells the following remarkable RHEUMA/ Tlmr"nn.1 of Homes yet mtsiippllcd with _ ,_I .i,
OrcM* ...tion. EUt'ria.l D!!and 1U11ti;u sr the victim story, the truth of which is vouched frhy Iifti iiiiicntH that initflit to-day be cnjojiuKiit ,

for work,thin! the ifarried or Social Relation. the residents of the town : "I am 73 of Blood P.PP.stands '.u tuVoiigh our easy wysstem ofbelliiiK J a
\\'oill uns1iII 1'088CS:5: this great And in all Affections tie C:_>I1 to pay down not needed. We have
\\'ork. It conain MJ I pages,ro"al0.. Beautiful years old, have been troubled with kidney alone and unrivaled, and some of iD Cults arereallr A L.\X by which, WITHOUT RISK, any XOTICE, S
full hFJ1t. I'rice, only 1.O by ouceitH obtain ru In* 1a:1.J.:1f
cg1boacd, and lameness for
complaint many If gutter from anything like S'-phuLs. Scrofula To all whom it
: :l t. pot.pnhI. 'oncealec in rlain wrappcr. Illtl&t you : or Priec, nuikitiff either JIO. TIII.Y, may concent :
"v.. 1"rOl'pcctc1"-'C'I'. if \'ou opply now The years ; could not dress myself without Blood Poison, Ulcers Old sores Hb<'Um3- I ( p\.rl: ; :':1.Y or YKAKLV PAY.MINTS

t ciiUbed m.tbo"n1.. ll. Parser M. D.. re.CvAtioCOLb help. Sow I am free from all pain and give tism,P.or P.any P. a disease trial. of the blood, be sure end it:ttil rni'I for. meanwhile enjoying use of Take notice that, by virtue of an order! 4

frcm the National AND f/.eaical JEWELLED,Acsoclation MEDAL sorenes*, and am able to do all my own P. P. P. (Prickly Ash, Poke Root, find Potassium Ir.struiJiciit.N'.i .extortionate PrIce". No Ri"k. No For- I i issuing out of the County Court of Lrevard '

for the PRIZE ESSAY on NERVOUS and housework. I owe my thanks to Electric the) is secret Its patent formula medicine is on like the bottle manyon f."it me of nil cash paid Installments ennn County, Florida, by the Honorable Minor ,

PHYSICAL DERILIT'.'. IM rarkcrnndacorpa Bitters for having renewed my youth, thus giving ft guarantee of its purity every and \\holeBomeueas i b" IlrUUllltly ] :iid. Contnict perfectly S. Jones: County.Judge,'e.xcrching PioLile'

of AesJstant l1liyFIclana nv Lc consulted ronfidentiallr. removed completely all disea.-e and IILiIL"Try that no other blood purifier does give. 1" ilit ,mid rQUlTAIIIjE. protecting purchasers jurisdiction, I will, ns the adminbtratcrof 4 ;
by ttn>l or in port-oa, &t the cfflce of from nil imposition or loss.Vritc .
TIlE I'I'A IHtU1I1.ttlC..:\"* I STJTUTE. aSbottle. 50c.=1nd 1 $, at all drug Lippman Bl"l'fI., Wholesale Diug-iMs K.>Ie manufacturers \ andVK will the the estate: of the late William F. :Russell,deceased -
no! out to
Ice.4 lUilliiii-ii St.. "ol, ton. : IHj;;*., lO Whom all stoVes in Titusville and on Indian Iliver atnl i ropnet"rcf LiiiinirtU >3 orders> for IwiL. cr i.ttor* for advice thould be GA. got ;t tine Instrument Easily! and at a l.oiv fore the Court House door in the town of

-Directed, as-above.- -- --- -- -- Advice to mothers. Price; Wonderful bargains! for Fall I SSS.I Titusville, in paid county, on the 4th day ; ,

Mrs.Vftssjjovf's SOOTHING SIBCP should aliraysbe \\ i'i"I'' ''' netter tItan any before offered. Price of )ItrchD.. 1*SD! the same being a I legal .
teeth. It Ii ; I
used when children are cutting relieves \ /q/i////7i
tile little suffererat once; itproducesnatnral, I largely_ Red ticeul. Notice these SITCIAIjOFFiRS : sale day, between the legal hours of ale,

Is quiet aleepand the little rherub awnkesa..."bright I : all the following real property of the estate .

C' as a button." It is very pleasant to taste. It of the said William F. Ru: 'ell, deceased, ..
soothes the child,softens the gums,allays all pain, !
Piano towitII the undivided
regulates the bo we's,and is the best known remed y --- ., 4I44 Upright Only $200 : one onc.iialfjart:
for diarrhoea, whether arising from teething or I "7J< O'tan'-oycntrutJ Scale Three or.-hareof, in and to the followingdescriLed:

$ CHEST PAt NS9 other causes. Twenty.five cents a bottle. Strings-Ro>e\vo)d-rully GuaranteedSweet pieces or parcels of land, situate, lyingar.d :

JIucklen't Arnica Salve. Tone. Catalogue Price, S600.I being in the county of 1'revard and State .

The best salve in the world for cuts, PYRAFUGSAfcCIiK CtKK 10.1 I ParZJi": Organ only $65 of Florida, to-wit: Lot one (1), of section
15 Township So; south of Range 40 east .
bruises;::, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever i CHILLS & FEVER, : Four Sets Keeas-11 Stops.--CmpleN-j ,
M5/CUE lIan L-omc containing 50 acres; also 20 acres known as.!
hands chilblains < C:1Se. Catalogue Price,400.
chapped ,
sores, tetter the southern If the Park
portion ( Place
& .CHIN corns and all skin eruptions' and positively StoolCovornstructorMusicBooitand -
3fi 41 section 7
Township Range fronting: .
cures pile, or no pay required.It i / ; i all Freight Paid. on Indian River, the southeast corner commencing -
% SidGoBacI{ llF is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction Other Special OJcrs ju-t a" { )')'!. La.rrrtnS '
Price 25 &mirt fn chnQs'/1'0.1& TEX GRAXD JfAKEKJf. on said river; thence running
Aching:: Sides and Bck Hip. Kulnoy and Uterine I or money refunded. in SM Dffcrent Sty'es. Can SUit all buyers. Write we>t\vardly to the west line; thencenortlnvartlh '

Pains, Rheumatic. Sciitie. Sharp and Weakening per box. For sale by all drug stores 1 for cat tlnyuc,ctrcufa's, Gail Free Copy of our miajxipfr ; thence eastwardly to the river .

Pain, Relieved,, one tumut tiC the (:iirt&culaAU- Titusville, and on Indian River. I 6';larpj and Flats,"gil'ir.g/uU and ivluablcinformation. ; thence southwardly to the beginning, sa
-Paia Pl&ster. The first and only instantaneous contain 4
pain.kilhug. strengthening la ter i5 cent ; five I
for 11.00. At druggists: or uf POTTER DBCOj AND The Indian River Couiitrj REMEMBEROUR Terms ca -h. Iurchaserpavs for title..

CmXIC"L j ('0", Doston.b Second Edition (revised) of the Bre- LIPPMAN'SIs LOW PRICES. ...J.rJ'. DAVIS, aAdniinL.trator
,blackheads fikin curedr I
..rir-rTCTJaA SoAP. chapped yard County Pamphlet, 889, jut issued CALLED THE ONE PRICE ONLY of the estate of William. I". -

I: descriptive of the Indian Itiver country : I Wonderful Chill and Fever Expeiler HANDSOME OUTr<'rr!;. Russell, deceased. 424w.

HINDERCORNS. its Climate Health and description of I BEST! INSTRUMENTS. This sale postponed by order of theCOllut.
tones t'te nTa,
It the chills und fever,
onl7Bnre Cure for Corn all pain. F.ntr'lIftS cnrcs np ALT FREIGHT PAl I).
to the first of
Comfort to the Druggist Ilr cox&:Co.,N.Y. places. 70 pages, with map I Ch cs an eppctitc, brin-jing Etrensth ard hs.ultli the 15: DAYS TRIAL. } day April
Free application with stamps for j offerer. A. D. 1SSO.Dated .
to I Lippman Brothers. Wholesale Drugsist
R .,
PARkERPSCINQERTOHIC.*. UIwb Dronoh1th IndJ Ie baacnred oD rUse I I A. L. HATCH, I sole manufacturers and proprietors, Lipp- : 'S. GRAHAM.Commissioner.. .

tZoIZldeecttve! caand nutrUJoD.I.the bed lake remedy uk tune.for SOc.aU IDs and arhdng$1.00. CITY POINT, FLA. mann block, Savannah, ia. SOUTHERN MUSIC! KQUSE. SAVAKMAH. GA. ..

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LOCAL -L COSICS. The STAB is $1.50 per annum in Georginna.

-Local advertisements are ten cents adyance. The regatta which took place at Horti,

per line. -Judge Broome expects to adjourn on Banana River, on the 16th inst., called

-A masquerade ball is to take place court this afternoon. together a goodly number of citizens at

Easter is in with that place. It was a friendly contest be-
Wager's Hall on Monday. -Capt. Len Gardner town
tween rival boats and the sailing was
-Money I Money Money to his new yacht, Robinson Crusoe, this
superbly done. The dinner, the oyster
If. loan on real estate. Apply to Robbins week. roast and the sociable time reminded the
& Graham Titusville. -"Red Rooster"-the greatest 5 cent The Cash
writer of the early days on Indian River, Peoples'On
is Cigar in America-is sold at J. Birn-
-Oyster shell lime of A 1 quality when each and all knew one another,

offered for sale by J. S. Watson of El baum's.Some. and each had a pleasant smile and a kind ]

Dora. Price furnished on application.Capt. of our correspondence for this look to make the occasion an enjoyableone.

Paddison, being anxious to at. week has necessarily been deferred until May like gatherings come oftener,

tend the Canal Co.'s meeting, returned next week. and cement together neighborly good Corner next to Railway Depot Titnsville.

sooner than he anticipated. -River Fronts for sale on easy terms feeling and make pleasant pastime. ,

-Captain T. \Willett, of Beaufort, for cash. See A. V. Hiscock, Georgiana,.
FOB. SALE.Sealed For Cash-Button hole twist, lc., full 100yd. black silk thread 3c.
S. C. arrived here last week. He is stop- Fla. He means business. ; ; spool cot-
cash bids will be received up to ton 2c.; best brass pins 4c.; American pins l\c. pkg. socks 4c. up; good note paper,
ping at}[rs. Campbell's the Mackenzie -Anyone wishing to purchase horses, the 1st day of April for my heavy Spring 6 sheets, lc.; black ink 3c.; best machine oil 3c.; hammocks SOc. to$1:32; scissors 4c.
cottage.Mr.. harness or wagon should read notice "for WAGON and Blooded KENTUCKY to 32c.; whisk brooms :5c.: ; suspenders, 12 to 20 c.; Island City knitting cotton 21c.;

W. H. Gleason, who has been to sale" on top of next column.Mr. HORSES. Parties can bid for the team Flannel Shirts from 75c. to $1.25; crochet quilts, bed spreads, buttons, bustle,star
(Horses, Harness and Wagon), or they tionery, blacking-brushes, towels, napkins, cartridges in fact, anything you want,
for about two weeks returned Jesse Tucker
Jacksonville was quite danger-
can bid separately for either the Horse, at the People's Cash Bazaar cheaper than you ever bought before.
yesterday, and expects to leave ously bitten by a moccasin snake while Mare or Wa on. The right to reject any Men's Undershirts, from 20c. to 40c.
for his home at Eau Gallie, to-day. wading through water on the east side and all bids is reserved. The Wagonand

-Mrs. C. D. Rhodes was critically ill of the river. Harness cost $230 three years ago.
The Horses have no equal in this countryfor
with an attack of fever Sunday and Monday -The J., T. & K. Railway Co. will speed and ambition. .

but later reports announce an improvement commence at once the erection of a ware- I will also Sell at a Bargain, a Log
Cart, Log Chains, Folding-pattern Cross-
house this
at place. It will be located
Cut Saw, Farming Utensils, a good Cook
-Orange wraps! Orange wraps! between the present depot and Turner Stove, Household] Furniture, etc., etc.

1,500 reams1 orange ,,{aps, all sizes, for and Gardner's new store building. This A. B. CRAWFORD,

sale cheaper than ever sold on Indian is a move in the right direction, and we 47 Titusville, Fla. F. Grm UC ..A..B.A.YFormerlj' -

River. Must close out our stock. T. are glad the company have decided to I ,
For Sale,
Hatchett & Co., Titusville, Fla.J. build it. It will facilitate the handlingof
An excellent Sailing Flat-bottom Boat, ( of the firm of Iluckabay & Budge,)
A. Durst, of Crescent City, the freight marked to Titusville, enabling I 23 feet long, beam S feet, draws 14
pioneer well-sinker of the State of Flor- the company to do away with so many inches of water with brick ballast under

ida, is now operating in City Point, side-tracked freight cars to hold freight ceiling. Sloop-rig, with new sails of 8oz. ViII Open a Large Stock: of
duck. Boat in first-class order throughout. -
where all correspondence may be ad- until called for.
For further particulars enquire at
dressed and information be obtained.We the STAR office. 44
Church Festival.The Furniture and
learn that the Hotel Indian BeddingIn
For Sale.
River will remain open until the first of Strawberry and Ice Cream FeStival

April, as is the usual custom. The hotelis at the Presbyterian Church Tuesday Millinery, Dress Making, Fancy Goods
doing considerable business this I evening was quite a success. The and Notion Establishment, on Washington In at their old stand, and solicits the patronage of all his
Av., Titusville, Fla. A well estab-
month, and this, Mr. Lee, the proprietor, gross receipts were $45.70, which left a lished business, clean stock, neat and well friends on the river. 36

expects will continue for about two balance of about $33.00, after deducting appointed store2stories.Vill be disposed -

weeks yet. expenses. Before the strawberries and of on reasonable terms. Long
I ground It.'a.moderate rent. Suitable WE CALL THE ATTENTIONOf
served short of
cream were a
Hamilton has programme !
-Mr. A. M. purchaseda reasons will be given for selling. Address
lot on Palm street, near the residenceof singing and recitations, as follows were ,P. O. Box 244, Titusville, Fla.
the people of Indian River to our stock of Good,
Mr. Foy, and has had the same clear given: which we are offering at close margin.
will Organ Voluntary..............Mr. William very of
ed. He says the next improvement We make a specialty
Recitation: .....................Miss D. Ronald
be a new building, which naturally sug-
the idea of "first the then the Quartette, "Raise Me Jesus," Mrs
gests cage SO YAL and
right bird."direction.Mr. Hamilton's ideas are in the Rumph kinson and, Mrs Walker.recitationMasters Turner. and Messrs. At- Groceries, Grain, Hay Flour,

Wilson) Knox Fish.
-Notice has been served on Col. F. S. and On which we will give special inducements. We carry a large stock of
er, Branning.
Goodrich by Col. A. M. Michelson that Duet, "Dropping Pennies," Misses En- GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS BOOTS NAND SHOES HATS AND CAPS ETC.,
testimony in behalf of Hon. Robert Bul- der and Eacott. .d

lock, in the pending contest case of Good- Recitation "Camel Potatoes "Miss Ethel Which we are offering at low figures. Those needing shoes will find it greatly to
their interest to give us a call as we are selling shoes very low.
rich vs. Bullock, will commence on Monday -
Humph. We will be pleased to quote prices at any time.
the 25th inst., before Capt. R. H. Duet "Good Night," Mrs. Happersettand -

Marks, notary public for the State-at- Miss Ryal. k. i I :S I E. L. BR..A.DYROBBINS .
large. All those taking part in the programmedid

-Capt. O. S. Porter, of Lake Worth, nicely. Especially cute was the duet
called upon us last Friday, having just by the two little Misses Marie Eacott and ,

returned from a business trip to the Lenie Endcr. Though the affair was arranged -

Land Office at Gainesville. Captain on very short notice we think AKIMPOWDER da,

Porter reports a boom on his Worthy the ladies of the church must be quite

lake, and this certainly is evidenced by pleased with the succcess they met with REAL ESTATE BROKERS & LOAN AGENTS.

the large list of properties which they offer ..

for sale in another column.Dr. Circuit Court.

F. H. Houston and wife arrive Circuit Court convened Monday with LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD.
ed here last Friday afternoon from Col- Hon. J. D. Broome presiding and J. D. Absolutely Pure.

umbus, Ohio, and started the following Beggs, Esq., as States Attorney. On the This powder never varies. A marvel of purity, Loans Negotiated on First Class Security at from 12 to 24 per cent.
Criminal docket to yesterday the following strength, and wholesomeiiena. More economicalthan
day for a week's trip to Jupiter, Lake up the ordinary kinds and cannot be sold in Choice lots in rapidly growing Towns, will net investors 100 percent
and other Indian River. cases had been disposed of: competition with the multitude of low test, short
Worth, places on months.
in twelve
alum Sold in
weight or phosphate powders. only
On. his return next week he will open State vs. Wm. Addison and Doc Gil- cans. Royal Baking Powder Co., 103 Wall Street, Residence lots in Titusville from $20 up to $1000.

his dental rooms in Titusville, fully pre- lespie fbr larceny of animals was nolle New York. Business lots from $250 to $2,500.

pared to attend to all work in the line of prossed by States Attorney. For S tlo,

dentistry.The continued.State vs. Geo. Harris for bi/rglary. was ANASSOl'tlllellt Agents for Florida Southern Railway Lands.

of all who
have occasion thanks to visit the pedestrians railroad wharf State vs. Fred Losley, Howell Titus, of Guns, More than 3,000,000 Acres of Choice Lands, located in nearly everycounty
J. F. Lewis and E. H. Purdy, for deal- in the State suitable for Farming Grazing Fruit and Vegetable
due the railroad ,
frequently are to com- Breech and Muzzle-loading, at cost, to
ing in spirituous, vinous and malt liquors and
side-walk Growing-Pine, Cypress and Cedar Timber, price $1 per Acre
for extending a good
pany defendants plead guilty and were close out stock.R. .
upwards. -
along the track to the depot. Many and
fined each and
many have been the complaints of visit- $100 costs. C. SCRIMGEOUR, P. 0. Box 250 Titusville, Florida.A. .
State vs. Mitch Curley and Lizzie
: ors and citizens in regard to the danger, Trott, for lewdly and lascivious cohabit- TAXIDERMIST, TITUSVILLE.

ous and rough walking necessary to reach. ing together was nolle grossed, the defendants 44.1w A. STEWART, GEO. M. BOBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM.

the wharf. The new walk is a great de i having intermarried since the finding Clerk Circuit Court. Atty. at Law. 31. D-
of the indictment.

-Capt. R. A. Hardee is on a trip this State vs Geo Bailey and Elias Mc- TITUSVILLE FLA. BREVARD ABSTRACT OF TITLE COMPANY.

week to Port Tampa fin the Gulf coast, Quaig, for gambling, defendants plead .
where he goes to inspect an orange grove, guilty and sentenced to hard labor in -0- Complete Abstracts or Title furnished to all lands In IJre-
vard county, Florida.
which, if he finds to be as represented to County jail for three months.
The most centrally located Hotel in City.
him, he will exchange for his saw-mill Titles Examined and Perfected.
property at Hardeeville. "Capt. Bob." The Orange Market. -0- .

says that if he makes the exchange it NEW YORK, March 15. NEW. HOUSE. FIRST-CLASS IN Box 25O, Titusville, Fla.

will not change his residence from Indian Report by G. S. Palmer, wholesale EVERY RESPECT l1IAS 'ER'S SALE.

River, for this will be his home under commission merchant in Southern fruit Open all the year round. Table Unsur- PORTER & POTTER
Under and virtue of decree itiuing
by a
any circumstances.Mr. and produce, 166 Reade St., New York. passed. Bath Rooms Free. out of the Circuit Court of the Seventh Ju-
f The receipts of Florida strawberries and for Brevard
dicial Circuit of Florida,in
M. Dearborn, of Jacksonville, Rates, $2.5O & $3.00 per Day.
to-day were light and demand much county, in a certain cause therein depending
was in town Monday and Tuesday Mr. better and fruit that is SPECIAL RATES PER WEEK. wherein James T. Small is complainant
strictly prime
D. came to Titusville to look after the Real Estate Dealers and Jessie T). Trafford and Alfred H.Traflbrd .
and of good color i is: being put out at J. ?1. MILLER, Proprietor. are defendant, I will, a* Master
interests of his son Eugene, who owns a
from GO to 75 cents per quart; inferior in Chancery, sell at public outcry to the
desirable piece of property near Rock 20 to SOc. But lew oranges in to-day and J. FRITCIIAKD. President.\V. M. BROWN Cashier. Lake Worth, Dade Co., Fla. highest and best bidder, for cash, on Monday
I>dge. Eugene's many friends will be the first day of April, the win-'eLeinff
demand continues and full I
to,know that he is good quota- the first Monday in the month and a legal
pleased graduallyworking
tions are obtained for fruit of strictlyfine sale day, between the legal hours of ale,
his way down to Indian Riveron quality. Lines containing large, un FOR SALE.A in front of the Court IIoue door in the town
the" T. & K. W. he is Titusville Florida.A of Titusville Florida the following described
system ; now desirable fruit are rejected and conces- tract of land on Indian River in the ,
of lot one
acting as conductor on the main line. GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED count;} of Bre\'ard" consisting of 88'I real estate, to-wit: All
sions have to be made in order to effect (lof Block "L," and the we-t half of lot
acres; it being lot No. 3, and south half ,
-Mr. Joel "". Swain, of Fort Drum, sales. Fancy fruit is bringing from $2.75to of the northeast quarter of section 35,1 i I one ((1))of block eleven ((11)), said lots be10? I

is in town. This is his first visit to the $3.25; per box; brights $2.50 to $2.75, prompt Exchange attention bought given and to sold.collections.Special Loans and and lot Xo. 3, being the southwest guarter i situate more clearly in the particularly town of Titusville shown, and on are the :

! county seat in rflnio a half-score yearr.Mr. and some marks reaching$3.00. Russets, negotiated on first mortgage for Savings of the northwest quarter of section of said town of Titusville made byone i
-. Swain was drawn as one of the grand selected fruit, $2.50 to $2.75; lines $2.25to Banks allowed, Corporations on time deposits.and Individuals. Interest I i 36, both in township 31 south, range 39 .. map J. Francis Le I1aron. and now on reeonl
\ east. This is a very desirable piece of Brevanl county,
jurors, and though; he cnuM refuse to 250. The market in vegetables con- Advances made business upon available discounted.collateral.Approved hammock, soil of rich quality, suitable i in Florida the ,Clerks'together office with of all the appurtenances

serve on account of being a minister and tinues favorable and demand good, and Drafts on all parts paper of Europe. for the raising of all tropical fruits. Is i thereunto belonging or in anywise appertaining
l' overage, he waived these ; but being a choice beans are bringing from $5.00 to Business done at Jacksonville rates. situated at the Narrows, nearEnos post- -. Terms cash.
! .. State officer-justice of the peace-he $5.50 per crate; peas $2.50 to $5.00; tomatoes Every banking favor cheerfully consistent extended.with sound office. Will sell cheap, for cash. For Dated this 23rd! day of February, A. D.
particulars address
could not sere fie would have madean $2.50 to $ ;cabbage $1.. ;}0 to CORRESPONDENTS, : Bank of Jacksonville, E. Ml LOW, WALTER GRAud3t.
Jacksonville Kla.; The Seaboard National
excellent- grand juror. $2.25 per bbl. Bank,New York. 23 Sept. 3. Brockton. Mass. Master in Chancery, Brevard Co.tFb.j -

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