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 28, 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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University of Florida
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Copyright Florida star. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.​
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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


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Cocoa. his father's little ;
steam-yacht Gem last Melbourne. nine feet long-one barracuda and thirty Lake Worth. 1 ,' J',

&. Herman Fisher spent Monday Friday afternoon, had a regular Beautiful weather last week. blue-fish, caught in an hour, were part Splendid weather.
his sister, Mrs. A. Dixon, at Cocoa. party." The mule jumped overboard
$ of the
when Miss H. Allen is living in her cottage, spoils. The Deerhound and the Illinois both
and Mrs. S. C. :Mills, U. S. Army, about half way across the river and .
3lr., returned one of the most comfortable and cozy The Lela V., with Hon. G. S. Hardee arrived in from the B. I. R. on the 20th. s
at the Hotel Indian triumphantly to Cocoa, with
| autographed
rt; ones in the place. and the balance of the Coast Canal In-
man and rowboat clinging to the halter. H. Matter and son, of Philadelphia, : :

jgver.jfr. The Gem steamed back to the wharf and Mr. Frank W. Comstock and, family, of vestigating Committee, went down the who have been spending the winter here, .
H. Fernald and wife of Sanford ,
Geo. river on Friday. We hope they will interview I
after capturing the frisky animal the Malabar, were in town on Monday and left for home on the 16th. .'
made visit to Cocoa last w
,. Fla., relatives. the owners of sailing raft as
second effort to cross the river proved visiting While still fishing on Lake Worth In- ;
well as steamboat men. If, as we have
reek. "Ax
successful], as the mule was made to swim Misses Grace M. Ely and Libbie Whiteare let, on the 15th, Col. Stevens caught the
services were held in St. heard rumors, the investigation is insti-
Afternoon by the side of the.little steamer. spending a few days at Melbourne biggest pompano on record. It was 33
chael's Episcopal church last Sunday gated by a band of speculators, who
Beach as of Miss Grace
guests Cummings. inches long and weighed 16 pounds.
anal. Georgian hope to beat the Canal Company in order h

p. Mr. Wm. M. Campbell, Esq., has con- that they may gobble the lands themselves Guavas bear two crops in this country
!ft. Patterson, head book-keeper at B. 1 The weather fair, warm, pleasant-the tracted to set out lot of '
a large cabbage we would prefer to have them remain -and the first crop for this year is now
& Co.'s, has a pet cat named of the
fcWillard health
people generally good.
palms on Ocean avenue, at Melbourne in the hands of the company than to ripe and being put to the many uses for v
gcnset,which weighs pounds. The temperance prohibition club holds Beach. get into the possession of rapacious land which this luscious fruit is so well fitted.

We learn that ex-President Clevelandd semi monthly sessions. The time is taken The steam lighter passed on her way sharks. What we think is needed is to The Horticultural Society met on the

the Plant party will really visit the up in temperance and literary talks, essays up the river on Friday, and a pile-driver, cancel this and several other unearned 18th. The only special business.was set- -

fadian River within the next ten days. select readings and debates on vari- or some said a new dredge, passed down grants, and to make the lands obtainableby ting the evening of the first Monday of

jjr. S. B. Carpenter, Archdeacon of ous and interesting questions.The Saturday afternoon.Mr. actual settlers only, and in quantitiesof every month as the regular time for

florida, will conduct the services at meetings are well attended, showing H. C. Winters arrived here from 80 acres, or not to exceed 160 acres meeting.

Jt30a.( ; m. on next Sunday, March 31st. an appreciation of that which is Port Tampa on Thursday, remaininghere each ; also, to make the law concerning Capt. O. S. Porter left for Gainesvilleon

The regular meeting of the Ladies' moral and elevating to manhood. a few days before proceeding to his residence more stringent, so that one or the 12th, and by good luck was able I

fcfiug Society took place, as usual, in The M. E. Church is making an earnest place in the Narrows. two nights'camping on a piece and a half to get there, attend to all his business ,'

ie&! Episcopal Church Thursday after- effort to build a parsonage for the homeof Mr. W. Alexander returned to his dozen visits of an hour or two each, cannot and get back here on die 16th-one of .

J900.Jfr.. their preacher, the Rev. Mr. Getman, home in New Jersey last Week, having be made to appear as a year's resi- the quickest trips on record.

M. Lee went to Jacksonville who with his esteemed wife are highly. which dence, without incurring a penalty simi-
.J. up contracts there precluded a longer Assistant Keeper D. A. Allen made a J

Monday to be gone a few days. The appreciated in the community. The : stay in our pleasant village.A lar to that provided in Chapter 4, Title flying trip down from Jupiter And back ron >
is felt that God bless and 70 Section 5392 Revised Statutes of the
prayer ,
Hotel Indian River,will close on :Monday, basket picnic and regatta will be the 20th-coming to look 4fter his
his in midst.It United States.
prosper cause our
April 1st held on Saturday of this week at Capt. Lake Worth interests. He carried a gun

Everyone should help on the new is sincerely hoped that this community Wilder's pleasant place at Goat Creek.A & with him this trip-probably for self- a
Tlie Miss Emma TlLursbyConcert.
be cursed with the
Hethodist church by attending the Emma may never very pleasant time is anticipated.The protection. r
and its concomitants the
Thursby concert on Friday night or adjuncts, card Tomatoes and other garden truck .
steam pile driver of the Jackson- are
ROCKLEDGE FLA. March 2G 1889.
table, the gambling shop and the silly ,
)larch 29th. dance. vine, Tampa and Key West Railway has Editor Florida Star: now being shipped north nearly every

been driving piles for a bulkhead at Se- dayA large share of it goes the inside ;
The Tarpon paid us a call at Cocoa on Life here, is too short and its issues too At present the Concert for Friday
route, via the B. I. R. and Titusville
bastian River and Micco the last few ,
Honday with Mr. and Mrs. G. Gingras, important to be thrown away on the saloon I night: 29th inst, at Hotel Indian River, .
now on account of and
surer quicker
Ht.And Mrs. Tony Canova. Capt. Cecil and things too generally associated days. for the benefit of the Rockledge/ Methodist transit and better rates than '

iocl others, on board. with it. Our youth need something to Our "Little Druggist's" boat, the Gladys Church, promises to be a :great formerly.

built by II. McMillan is finished Special rates the J. T. & At present the county occupies a room ,
'Mrs., J. G. Mercier.. with her little point them the other way, which has in success. over
and was out in the heavy southwest windon K. W. R. II. and the Indian River in A. M. Field's house at Juno in which '
dab titer. Edith, left for Jacksonville a it, the promise of the ]life that now is and on '
a trial trip. She is fast and works to ought visitors. The to carry on its business, but it is proba-
few,days ago to visit Mrs. Fromberger, of that} which is to come. to attract many
windward remarkably well. Citizens of this County should not fail ble they will soon erect a commodious "
lie sister of Mrs. Mercier.Mr. Schools and -
temperance spiritual
to hear Miss Thursby her reputation is building, and one in every way fitted for
W. Beach, of Cocoa, will assist in church services should claim the atten- Mr. L. P. Alexander and M. G. Ellis Court House and county office purposes.
world-wide and needs comment
the-EmmaThursby concert Friday night. tion of min who are related to two worlds, started last Friday for a trip to St. Lucie no
from me. In justice to her, however, I Another hack has been put on the Jupiter -
He is the only "home talent" invited to especially so, when it should be under- and the Indian camps on Cow Creek.
will state that she has not been singingin and Lake Worth route, with J. F.
sing at the entertainment. stood that the present one, in which man They returned, however, Monday after-
public recently, on account of her Highsmith in charge, and Harry Davidson -
is born and first lives, is the preliminaryone noon, having gone only to Sebastian.A .
Mr. M. Sanders has returned from
J. health, and is hero for a rest. She has has been put in charge of the old

his prove at City Point, where he hasbeen allowed or given man as preparation typographical error in the items last declined many invitations to sing in hack, so the traveling public will here-

for the past few weeks superintendIng for a better and a more sublime state of week makes us say that, Captain Wilcoxwas various parts of the country, and only after have no cause of complaint on that ,r

the shipment of his orange crop. being than the present one can possibly! clearing two acres for pines. It after earnest entreaty did she consent to rou teeThe
be, and that the abuse of the life that
aDir. for should have been ten acres, that amountof give this Benefit Concert She naturallyfeels School Board
Harry Eyer has been suffering now is, must, result in the irretrievableloss : County met on the

some days with a very severe cold, but to the immortal mind and ruin of grubbing being already contractedand out of practise, but I am told by 16th and voted two months' pay to all

his many friends will be pleased to learn the soul. begun. those who have heard her during the the teachers and attended to other routine .

that he is on the road to recovery once The lecture last Friday evening was last few days, "that she is simply full of I business: They also had a special

more. delivered by our new minister, Rev. E. melody, and charming. She chargesus : meeting on the 18th to attend to some '
I uu (.ulli .
The Methodist Sunday school exer- I. Getman. The subject, "The Jewish nothing whatever for her services, special business, which they did in a

cises took place, as usual, last Sunday at Mr. W. Treutler's improvements arc Tabernacle, its Construction and His- and we should show our appreciation for special manner, and the recipient of their

Hill's Hall, and the Rev. James Bolton still going 011.'Velcome I tory," was construed in an able and interesting such kindness by turning out in full special attentions left in a special hurry. {

preached morning and night at the same showers on Sunday last in manner. force. Col. Shackleford, Inspector of Govern- .

place. our neighborhood.Mr. Messrs. R. L. P. Ely and II. E. Mc Some have been disposed to complainof ment Lands, arrived on the 20th and left

Mr.and Mrs. W. II. Murtagh, of Peoria Jno. H. Mellor is preparing to :Millan took a trip down the river last our rates, but it is a fact that theyare on the 21st, bound north. A great many

leave for Chicago for the summer. Tuesday on Capt. 3Ic's boat Breeze, returning lower than the ordinary prices asked would-be homesteaders were in hopes
few at Rock-
111.! days
are spending a
ledge. Mr Murtagh is owner and man- Mr. J. O. Walton is very much improving Saturday. They report a good for such Concerts in the Cities, and that the Colonel wnuld inspectsome

ager of the National Hotel, the largest the grounds around his residenceby time-plenty of fish and oysters, and taking into consideration another fact* of the so-called canal land

hotel in Peoria. laying out shell walks, etc. some mosquitoes in the brush, but none that the entire amount realized is to that the State is claiming from the

to trouble in the open.A remain right here and be expended in United States, and by reporting its being '
)Ir. F. Plant of the great Plant The steamer Romona returned to Eau
one the erection of a Church in our midst, high dry land the Government would
system men, with his charming wife and Gallie on Friday last, and is being painted party, composed of Geo. Anderson, complaint seems unreasonable. By throw, it for and could .
entry they
lovely sister-in-law, :Miss M. A. Capron, and improved by her owners. Esq., R. W. Andrews, the popular host special request she will sing for the open of it. but it to
get some seems they are .
of the Carleton and L. P. Alexander
of Baltimore, Md., spent Sunday at the The steamer Maggie Dillon, owned by benefit of "us crackers" the /good old be disappointed. Perhaps>> the next in-

Hotel Indian River, at Rockledge.On Mr. W. Treutler, will be laid up for the E.q., of West Hoboken, N. J., with E. ballad: "Way down upon the Suwanec will inspect.
5 Weed of summer season, as her owner is about, Morgan as pilot, went up the Bananafor River." This does not appear upon the 1
Friday, April Bishop last week Mr. W. J.
a day's sport on Church services the morning of the
for Chicago. but will be brought in.
Florida will Cocoa and hold di- progromme
come to Nesbitt's steam-launch Fairy. The party 17th, Rev. E. Gale officiating, and in the
vine service and celebrate Holy Communion Mr. Hiscock, of Georgiana, conductedthe The Hotel having been given up for '
mallard and teal
captured twenty-nine afternoon services Kev.
regular Episcopal ,
church and services in the Eau Gallie Baptist the Concert specially on Friday night,
in the Episcopal ducks and sixteen snipe. The fleet little S. N. Mulford officiating; Sunday school
will anxious to Church Sunday last. The no one will be admitted into the House
who on
confirm all those are congrega-
fairy averaged over eight miles per hour also on the west side in the afternoon. .
become church. tion small owing to showers of rain except reistercduests/ / of the Hotel, or
members of the Episcopal was
returning from Thousand Islands to Mel The officers of the Sunday school electedon
Services will be held at 10:30 a. m. at the hour of opening.The bourne. those holding tickets to the Concert- the 10th for the
ensuing year are
Special rates (half) for children. Persons
(standard time). steamer Kathleen, Captain II. U. Geo. A. Gale superintendent E. B.
Mr. L. P. Mitchell, who has been living at a distance, and not ac- ;
The concert to be given by Miss Emma Hodgson in command called here on Plunkett Mrs. Geo. A. Gale
) spending the winter at this place, was quainted the Hotel, can get reservedseat secretary ; ,
Thursby at the Hotel Indian River Friday Saturday last on the way to points on rather inclined to be incredulous regard- tickets by addressing request to me. assistant superintendent; E. B. Plunk x

night, March 29th, is the allabsorbing the Halifax and Hillsboro' rivers. He ing the item about the number of flowers I will secure the best seats obtainableat ett,secretary; Henry W. PlunkettTreas -

topic now at Cocoa and Rockledge, reports good work being done by the found around Melbourne, so he resolvedto the time order is received.W. urer; Geo. S. Rowley, musical director

and a large attendance is expected. The Coast Canal Company, notwithstandingreports either beat your correspondent's fig- HUOHLETT. and organist, and Miss Nellie B. Gale

opportunity to hear so noted a songstress to the contrary. ures or prove him in the wrong. With & assistant organist. ,

*a Miss Emma Thursby should not be the assistance of Misses Grace, Annie and Roast duck will soon be one of the a
I Attention Taxpayers.The Special Rate. things that were in this section, for theducks'
neglected, while the cause is a most wor- Jessie Goode, he secured specimens of 80 '
bills all north-
the TITUSVILLE, March 22, 1889. now are pointing ,,
thy'one. books for assessing town different wild flowers; and then be ward. The voice of the chuck-will's-
Dr. ir.: L. JTugMett Rock Ledge, Fla.
taxes are now open. All persons own. widows also heard in the woods.
The south end of our town will be counted thirty varieties of cultivated are piney
ing property within the corporate DEAR SIR-The Indian River Steam These are some of the signs that tell us
greatly improved in the future, as flowers in Mr. Goode'sgarden. HereafterMr.
of Titusville will Boat Company will on the occasion of the time is on the way to our neighborsup
*e learn Rock- limit of the town Mitchell will not doubt statements
that Dr.
Hughlett, Concert to be given by Miss Emma in the, at present frozen regions of
ledge, and Dr. Daniels have purchasedthree please make returns of the same.S. regarding Florida until he has investigated : Thursby, at Rock Ledge, on the 29th of our country, when sunstrokes, iced-tea,
linen dusters and ice cool lager will be
lots on Delannoy avenue, near the the matter and proved them erron-
Tax Assesor. March 1889, give especial excursion rate all the fashion with them, while we will
Episcopal. church, upon which they willt neous. of $1,00 for round trip tickets from Titus- be reveling in all the Florida luxury of

t once begin; the erection of a drug store For Sale, Messrs. C. R. Gibson, Hudson Ainsleyand yule and Melbourne to Rock Ledge, and cool weather, lemonade mosquitoes and I

and two pretty dwelling houses for their An excellent Sailing Flat-bottom Boat, J. H. Fitts of Salamanca, N. Y., one fare for round trip to and from Rock ripe pineapples.The .

OCcupancy"Ie8iIrS. 23 feet long, beam S feet, draws 14 and Master Alex Goode have returned Ledge for all other points on the River. Lake Worth and Jacksonville

) Linton and Sam Usher came inches of water with brick ballast under from their Lake Worth trip, and are Tickets good until April 1st. Transportation Company now have ,
ceiling. Sloop-rig, with new sails of 8oz. charge of the Jupiter and Lake Worth
down to Cocoa and at their pleasant at the .
Monday afternoon duck. Boat in first-class order throughout. again quarters Yo B. WATSON, Sup't.Town Hack Line, and having added another ;

took possession of the elegant steam- For further particulars enquire at !I Goode House. Master Alex took a party & hack and put on new drivers, wish to

lsnnc h'which the boat builders, Joyner & the STAR office. 44 from the Dye House to the inlet in the Taxes. notify all tourists and others that may ,

Booth, have just completed for their only available boat, the Bertha (which r The town tax books will close on wish to visit Lake Worth region, that
tither For Sale. I April 1st. All owners of property within every attention and accommodation will
Col. Usher of Kansas City. They capsized and drowned Mr. Walker). The
Goods the corporate limits of the town of be shown them and quicker and easier
Left Dress Making
for City Point soon after, and thettle and Millinery Notion ,Establishment,, on Washington wind was high and squally but the I Titusville should call at the collcctor'soffice transit from Jupiter to Lake Worth made
steamer behaved beautifully on her Av., Titusville, Fla. A well estab- trip was made, however, without accident -j on Main street, on or before that than ever before. The steamer Lake

'al trIp. She can make ten miles an lished business, clean stock, neat and well though several boats hoisted sail to ; date, if they wish to avoid the expenseof \Vorth has been enlarged and begins run-

ho Uf.1Ir. appointed store-2-stories. Will be dispoSed be ready to pick up the party. Capt. t having their property advertised in ning from the head of the lake on the
; of reasonable terms. Long the delinquent list. The tax collectorcan 23rd. So, no matter how the wind blowsor
Walter Goodyear, in attempting ground lease on-moderate rent. Suitable Alex, Jiowever, is able to "give points"on I I be found at his office from 9 a. m. how the weather i is*, all can be assured

\', tikhis "Spanish mare" over to his reasons will be given for selling. Address sailing to many older persons. The I to 12 30 p. m. and from 2 toI p. m. of comfort and quick and sure transit tq

pore at Merritt in a lighter towed by P. O. Box'244, Titusville, Fla. fishing was excellent. Two sharks-one every day until the books close. every part of Lake Worth. .


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:. 2 \ ',_ i THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, MAR. 28.1889. .


little'lump of raw beef;the third a slice of L. C. OLIVER. F. T. BUDGE.OLIV"ER .

; Jiiiliiii() ; ; noil His Continent. roast the fifth turkey a stewed;: the fourth tomato mashed; the sixth potatoes cran-; :: & B1TDGE:

berry sauce; the seventh chicken salad; the ,

: eighth some rice pudding, and the last con-
"John and
By Max O'Rell, Author of Bull Dealers in
tains (horribile dicta!0 a slice of apple tart,
lEs Island," "John Bull, Jr., with a large helping of cheese in the middleof

Etc. and Jack it. These two things are eaten togetherand
are consequently served on the same I .

{Translated by Mme. Paul Blouet. Copyrightedby dish.You ,
Cassell & Ox, New York and published by begin at the left The first presentsno
special arrangement through the American Press obstacles but its bones and is soon disposedof. SHINGLES AND LATHS.
Association. Paul Blouet (Max O'Rell) Is a remarkably You turn your attention to the next
clever Frenchman who has devoted
the dish on the right and attack the beef. It is \
his talents mostly to satirizing AngloSaxonrace.
Tbe book from which the following extracts impregnable, you can make no impressionupon G NFrn.E&L :H.ARrnw.E RF
are made Is his latest production and material it. You pass. The turkey is not obdurate ,
for It was gathered during his recent visit
and you fall to on that, making little
to America) .. raids on the potatoes,tomatoes and cranberry
Sash Doors and.Blinds Stoves Tinware and
CHAPTER XXXVIILThe saucepbetween each mouthful. Thanks to ; Crockery.
great mass of the American people live the many climates of America (the thermometer ,

on tough meat uncooked and iced water un varies in whiter from 75 above zero ia

filtered.I the south to 45 below in the north), you have PAINTS A.JXrD OXLS
take it for granted that sheep and cattle turkey and cranberry sauce all the winter,

are born at as tender an age in America as strawberries six months of the year and tomatoes refrigerators Water Coolers Ice Cream Freezers

elsewhere, but the society for the protectio ail the year round. ,

of animals probably prevents their being Oh, the turkey and cranberry sauce! I
killed for food while they are young ehough ate enough of that dish to satisfy me for the Screen Wire, Screen Windows, Screen-Wire Doors.

to enjoy life and so the patriarchs alone are rest of my days. No more turkey and cranberry -

reserved for the table. sauce for me, though 1 should live to I
That which renders the problem of dining be a hundred I POWDER AT NEW YORK PRICES.

almost past solving is that the meat has to be Of course all the meats placed around

attacked with plated knives which tear but cool and haveno I TITUS"VILLE3 FLORIDA.
your plate, soon begin you __
do not cut it. I that, as half the
choice but to bolt your food, diving with
lower class Americans still eat with their dishes and I I TROPICAL AND SUB-TROPICAL
knife and fork into the little right FRUITS AND FLOWERS.
abandon the idea MALABAR CIGAlt FACTORY.II. .
knives, it was necessary to I
left as dexterously as you can. Egyptian Queen Pine Slips.
of having steel knives for fear of their accidentally -
Finally you come to the apple tart on the I
gashing their faces. If sharp steel extreme right. You carefully lift the cheese C. Starclt, I INDIAN RIVER NR IJ R I SBone .

knives were in general use in America the and, placing it aside, prepare to eat your Manufacturer of fine Havana and Domestic Meal, Tobacco Stems, Cotton-seed Meal, Cow Peas & Fertilizers.
streets would be full of people with faces sweets without this strange seasoning. Unhappily Cigars. Trade supplied with fine
scarred and seamed like those of .
the has become filled.
pastry impregnatedwith hand made goods. Orders promptly
students an odor of roquefort, and again you Factory at Malabar, Fla. 28 JOHN B. BEACH, Indian River Nurseries, East Melbourne, Fly.i .
The Americans drink little else but water
pass. A vanilla cream terminates your re-
t at table, and one cannot help wondering how

it is that the filter seems to be an almost un- past.Having disposed of this, you ask yourself A. FROSCHER, I I 01yd S1;a C tJ"m ship Cc>.

known institution in the land. Leave your in free not have Titusville, Florida,
why, a country, you may
of water untouched on the table, and I New York Charleston & Florida
your various courses served one after the Keeps fulljsupply: of metallic and wooden Lines.The .
in a few moments a thick sediment of mud or other why must bolt food and
sand will be visible at the bottom of it bring;on indigestion you ; and above all why the Coffins Gases and Gaskets. :Magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed to sail as follows :
(Standard Time.)
Down south it is worse still ,
manager of the hotel, in his own interest as a
At Jacksonville I was waited upon at table man of business, does not before all else study Funerals attended if desired. All orders -,i i i iI
I -
by an extremely obliging negro. the comfort of his customers. The answer is promptly executed, and at reasonable i
One day he brought me some water, put ice not difficult to find. It is the well beingof rates. Embalming done. :i I For Jacksonville. From Jacksonville to New York.

in it, and discreetly withdrew behind my the "duchess," and not that of the travelers Ii i CHEROKEE(via. Charleston), Fri., Mar. 1.3 p. m. SEMINOLE Sunday. March 3, at C a. aI .
chair.I I IROQUOIS (via.Charleston), Fri, Mar. 8, 3 p. m. CHEROKEE Thursday. March ':, at a IL
that he devotes his attention to studyIng NAUM: AN'S i SEMINOLE(direct), - Tues., Mar. 12, 3 p. m. IROQUOIS Thursday, March 14 at 2 PL a.
took'up the glass and minutely inspectedits The traveler is obliged to come to his I CHEROKEE (via. Charleston), FrL, Mar. 15,3 p. m SEMINOLE, Sunday, March 17. at S a. *.
contents."Epaminondasr. IROQUOIS (direct), - Tues., Mar. 19, 3 p. m. CHEROKEE Thursday, March 21, at T s. B.IROQUOIS .
house, and he can treat him anyhow. His mSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY I :SEMINOLE (via.Charleston), Fri., Mar. 2'2.3 p. m. Sunday March 2". at 1. a. m.
I cried. "helps' will only consent to stay with him, I CHEROKEE (direct), Tues., Mar. 26,3 p. m. SEMINOLE. Thursday, March 2*. at 3 p. m.
"Dat's not my name, nab: I'm called on condition he gives them heavy wages and THE PIONEER AGEXCY. I IROQUOIS (via. Charleston), Fri, Mar. 29,3 p. m. CHEROKEE, Sunday, March 31. at Sa. m.
IROQUOIS, Thursday, April 4. at t a n.
Charles. I light duties. He has no choice but to submitto I
"Charles, look at this water; there is a his servants or to close his hotel. The For terms and sample copies addressCHAS.H.NAUMAX I For Fernandina. From Fernandina to New York.

snake in ifCharles Americans free though they may be politically YEMASSEE(via. Charleston),Tues., liar. 5,3 p. m. DELAWARE, Sunday March S:, at (p.a.
took the glass, looked hi it, and are at the mercy of their servants, I DELAWAREviaCharlestonTues., MaroU,3p.m. YL'1A8."EE. Sunday, larch 10. at T. ..
YEMASSER (via Charleston) Tues., Mar. 19,3 p. m. DELAWARE, Sunday, March 17, at 4 ps
then with a reassuring grin, announced: O. Brcvard Fla.
whether in public or private life. This kind Haulover P. county: I DELAWARE(via Charleston)Tues, Mar.26, 3 p. m. YEMASSEE. Sunday March :4, at. p. m
"It's dead sab." of tyranny is hateful. To throw off the yokeof I I DELAWARE. Sunday Hatch 31. at 4 p.. m'

"That is comforting," said I, "but it may the superior classes is very well; but I am P. McNEIL, M. D., t tI
have left eggs which will come to life by not aware that the yoke of the common people A For Information Regarding Freight and Passage, apply to

thousands inside me.." is at all preferable. John Bull commands I Offers his professional services to the J. A. LESLIE, Agent, Jacksonville; T. G.EGLR, Traffic Tanager, 35 Eroadway,New Tort
Charles was facetious, and was not to be of Titnsville and surroundingcountry. J. A. STEAD.Agent. Fernandina.
all his paid servants. Jonathan obeys his. JOHN L. HOWARD T. F.A., Jacksonville. F. M. IRONMONGER T. P. A., JacksonvSfe.1V3I. .
put out of countenance for such a trifle. He Thus in the hotels of America outside of NedicineandSurgerypractised;
P. CLYDE & CO. General Agents, 35 llroailnray, New York.
look up the glass again, re-examined it, and the large cities, with the rarest exceptions, in all of its branches.All .
-replaced it on tho table. calls left fur me at Grand View --
the dinner is served from 1 o'clock to 3, the I
"Dere's sah it's male he Hotel will be attended to promptly. 36
no danger ; a tea-supper from 6 to 8. You happen to ar-

said. rive at half past 3, tired out and famishing.You I
In almost all hotels south of Washingtonthe hope to be able to obtain a good meal A. L. Hatch & Son, STARTLING REDUCTIONS !
colored The service is
waiters are men. without delay. Illusion You must wait
but poor. The negroes are slow-it is the until the dining room door is opened, and DEALERS

guests. who do the "waiting." pass two hours and a half in wretchedness.
At Delmonico's especially, and in the principal I How often have I entreated, implored 1 II' DRY GOODS NOTIONS
hotels of New York Boston Philadelphia -----
cooked for ,
"Could you not get a chop me, or
and Washington you can dine admir- I' an omelet, or something If that is impossible -
ably. In the smaller towns you must be con- sake slice of cold
for mercy's give me a Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery,
tent with feeding.But I meat. Prayers and supplications were un Stationery Family Medicines The Greatest, Grandest and Most Wonderful
let us take our seats at the table d'hote landlord would ,
availing. Occasionally a Garden Sends
of the best hotel in any second rate town that express his regrets and make excuses for his ,

you please in Pennsylvania.Ohio, Indiana or inability to oblige me; but far oftener I gotno
some other state of the Union. I kind of response at alL Once or twice I CHOICE GROCERIES,

No printed menu. A young woman, with I tried making a tempest, without any more I Hay, Corn, Mapes Fertilizers. SALE OF CLOTHINGKnown
An elaborate coiffure of curls, rolls and bangs success. Another time I tried politeness. I I

but no cap, approaches, darts a look of con- "Exc sso me," I said, "if I am intruding. I CITY POINT, FLORIDA.C. .

tempt at you and, turning her back upon hope that by putting up at your hotel I shall

you, gabbles off in one breath: not be too much in your way. I have not II. SCOTT,

"Croutaupoturbotshrimpsauceroastbecftur- the honor to be a citizen of the greatest republic EASTERNHAIllDllESSING
..... JoeycranberryEaucepotatoestomatoesappletart in the world, but am only a poor SALOON. to civilized mantis now in progress.:: I must dispose of ny
xnincepievanillacream. European who does not know your ways. Infuture
Do not attempt to stop her; she is wound entire'stockREGARDLESS
I will take careful precautions. But If you want a clean and easy shave,
up and when she is started is bound to go to I and for I should be
this time
just once, so As clean as barber ever gave,
the end. You must not hope that she will much obliged for something to cat I shouldbe Just call on me at my saloon,

repeat the menu a second time either. If you distressed to occasion any derangement in At morning, eve, or afternoon.I'll OF
did not hear, so much the worse for you. but for
your household just once, only cut and comb your hair with grace ,
Unfortunately the consequences are grave; once." To suit the contour of your face; -

it is not one dish that you miss-it is the Sheer waste; of breath. The hotel is as it is; To you I'll give a good shampoo,
whole dinner. You are obliged to order all you may use it or stay away. The art of which is known to few.

your repast at once,and the whole is brought The Americans are quite right to study the My scissor's sharp, my razor's keen, And invite all to secure an

you from soup to cheese, at one time. comfort of their servants, but the well beingof My shop is a ways neat and clean,
I was so ill inspired one day as to order ono class should not exist at the cost of the And every thing I'm sure you'll find,
some soup to begin with. The waitress re- well being of another and the people who To suit the taste and please the mind.
fused downright to bring me anything more. And to all who intend
travel are as interesting as those who servo at now patronize S
"That is all you ordered" she said to me. table. Just come along and bring your friends, Overcoat Suit
"You do I And I I will or
not suppose can make twenty Tyranny from above is a soro; tyranny assure you try
ti1ence. My very best to satisfy. may7 -
I rose and sought the hotel keeper. made
the humblest that I NOTICE.I .
apologies, pleaded was a
foreigner who had only been in America a CHAPTER XXXIZ. am prepared with full set of tools

fortnight and was not yet accustomed to the Hotels arc one of the strongest attractionsin for sinking artesian wells. With my For one-half its original cost. These are real and
habits the Americans. promised solemnlynever America to Americans especially the small set, have sunk four wells 155 to
to transgress again in this way. Mine ladies.i 200 feet deep, obtaining flows of from no pretended bargains, as I am '

host went to the young person who was at When v.-c Haropjans travel wo alight at a 80,000, to 86,000 gallons per day, from [determined to
the bead of the battalion of harpies in the hotel. trvausc1 it Ls impossible that we should two inch pipes. Have also a large set,
for sinking six to ten inch if "
pipes, wan
dining room, and interceded for me with her.I have a pitching place! of our own in each .
ted. Having ventured in the business
had the happiness of being forgiven, and town we nit, or friends: able to receive us. ,
purchased tools, and successfully obtained GIVE YOU THE BENEFITOf
was allowed to appease my hunger. in other words r.'co to the hotel, becausewe full flowing wells, I ask the patronageand
From that day forward,as soon as one of ctiMiot help it.llen we leave our goodbe influence of citizens and friends who

these witching damsels began her incantation, +I unit table, and set out to see the world a appreciate my efforts and who want
I cried out: little, we say to ourselves: "The worst of it is wells. Respectfully
"Hold I Enough I Bring it all in." that np shall have to live in hotels perhapsfor ALBERT, S. MAGRUDER, this Great Sale. DO YOU REALIZE THE FACT that You Can

Then 1 would eat the least distasteful of the a month or two. but after all it cannotbe Rock Ledge. Get Bargains of me that will save :you cents, dimes
messes and leave the rest. I can.assure you lielvtl.. we must put up with hotels sincewe
the hotel did make much NOTICE.All and dollars on purchase ?
not profit out of me. have made up our minds to see Switzerland every

This is how the dinner is served: ,:r Scotland, or Italy" Our object in persons having claims against the
The "duchess" begins by flinging a Spoon traveling i fc to see new countries make pleasant estate oi Susan P. Russell, late of Bre-

and knife and fork down on the table in front excursions, climb mountains etc and to vard county, Florida,deceased, are here- WONDER DON'T WAIT
. of you. It is for you to set them straight, attain that object we must use the hotels:s a by required to present them, properly ,
and I would advise you to do so without any convenience, as a sad necessityIn authenticated, within thetime prescribed
When have by law, to the Honorable Minor S.
murmuring. taken
you your Europe the hotel is a means to an end.
Tones, County Judge of said county, or
soup the said "duchess brings a plate In it Is end.
you America the to the ,undersigned. or this notice will As this Sale can't be kept longer than the Goods last, and they are
around which she'places a dozen little oval People travel hundreds, nay thousands of stand in bar of.. payment; and all per- up
dishes in,a symmetrical fashion that one can miles for the pleasure of putting up at certain sons indebted to said estate are requiredto going theway of Real, Al Bargains at
but admire.: f botch I Jsten to their conversation and you make immediate settlement with the

'Thai first little dish contains fish and a tea- will tiiiiI that it mainly turns, not uponxthe undersigned.
: spoonful,of sauce of some kind. It Is need- fine ,'il'tbt"Y have discovered or the excursions S. H. RAs.Administrator .

,.. less to'inquire the name of this sauce. All and walks they have enjoyed, but of the estate of Susan J. BIRNBAUM'S TitusYille.

'.r ,; the 'fish. sauces. are the same: only the name ''u; Jar. 1Stu 18S!). ,
',' varies.. The 'second apparently. contains. a. Continued on Page 3. ,





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-I r* THE FLORIDA'' .TAR, tTHIIRSDAY; MAR. 28, 1889. It.>

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i jj te\pot, up ail\Hotekarefor tor. playeveryeyening. ,-were at,the most a of receiving a request,to'quit the hotel immediately. monarchies, the Washington government is 1

t.haS cathedrals, monuments and the score ofProf'le.w. -w at a loss to.,know what: to do with the money ST. LTTCIE HOUSE,

are for tls Everything b on ,a ,grand scale, in good I shaved with cold water: that day. it has in band. Whilst the European telegrams
titsofo.a i
February.1 J8SS.;;,I went too the Ameri- 'American hotels, espfeially'tne bills.! i- ; In the daily papers give accounts of Indian River, Florida,

a:' their pleasure In FtorMa-. During n I caught the following bit of conversationat CHAPTER XL. reviews, mobilizations and military maneuvers -

.6" cate octfc*Of Jannar/,February and March the St. Augustine station as I was leav- If you go to changer,-he'will give you five of speeches fa which the people are Having been Re-Furnished, is NOW

oho iet1 people! from the towns in the ing. : francs in French money or four shillings in reminded that their duty b to serve their OPEN FOR GUESTS, under the Management -

to Florida where the ran Is warm "Hello you are off, tool" said a young English, for a dollar. Lut In America you emperor first and their country afterwards of its old proprietor and owner.

plOr p orange trees, are in full beauty man to a friend who had just installed his are not long in discovering that you get for of blasphemous prayers in which God basked '
.,s tbt wife In the train for Jacksonville. to bless soldiers, swords and J A.MES A.INE
Jand .. iwer Jacksonville and St. Au- your dollar but the worth of a sh.i.llint In gunpowder ,
tr are' to winter what Saratoga New "My dear fellow, I have been here a fortnight English money, or a franc in French. the American telegrams announce the Proprietor

;tand Umg Branch are in summer, the the Ponce de Leon is magnificent but The flat that lets for 4,000 francs in Paris,, price of corn and cattle and the quotationson

;! .c>us of all who have any pretensions the bill is awfully stiff." and the house that U rented at ;200, or ,OOO( tho American stock exchange. St. Lucie, Florida.

; bat do they do at Jacksonville and "you will take it off your wife's next dress New York, Boston or Chicago ebullition over a presidential election, or the '

jfcl* all these Americans in search money." The simplest kind of dress, oue for which a doings of John L. Sullivan, while Europe in EACOTT & COTIN&SHEETIRONWORKERS.
ft timer You think perhaps that With few exceptions, the waiters in all the Parisian of modest tastes pa100 francs trembling asks herself with the return of .,

la-goo great hotels are negroes. You are served would cost American at least each new spring, whether two or three mill-
"tbimornfng, they out In great numbers an lady $100.A TITUSYILLE, J."L.\,
long excursions into the country or i slowly, but with intelligence and politeness.No visiting dress costing JOO francs in Paris ions of her sons will not be called upon to cut r
. M0ake "duchesses" in the cities of the would jOU iu : York. each other's throats for the great glory of
ter..that picnics,'riding parties and : great cost f. \ew A bonnet!
,9toa f : north or the fashionable resorts of the south. that would be charged 50 francs is worth three emperors In search of excitement! )
of door'pastimes are organized.
.0k out I Those good negroes have such cheerful $.10. The rest to match. America is not only a great nation geographically i
Jot'. They get up, breakfast and make -
of open laces They seem so glad to be alive Here is a dressmaker' bill which fell wIder speaking.
or piazzas the hotels ,
fcf the I and they look so good natured that it does my eyes in New York: The Americans are a great people, holding GUTTERING, ROOFING,
themselves two three hours
i fad to rock chairs until lunch time or after this one good to see them. When they look at Robe d"chambro .. $:jo( in their hands their own destiny, learning And Manufacturing of Tin Ware.

Crocking one another they laugh. When you look at Cloth dre&>. JT; day by day, with the help of their liberty, to I
return to their rocking chairs again and Opera cloak. goc GALVANIZED
themselves and WORK
tt1 them If govern more more wisely, ,
laugh. another'
a sees
for dujier Dinner over, they go to the negro Riding habit ..,. ISO
and able thanks to the in
where there negro more black than himself he is de- Bonnet ................. ............ 30 profound security And Repairing of all kinds '
tvisg room are more rocking which they live,to consecrate all th talents
lighted be calls him "darky" and looks on Theatre bonnet .. 50
oafs and chat or listen to on orchestral him in a patronizing Their dark Black silk dress ......... 2JC and all their energy to tho arts of peace.

bed time. And yet, what pretty en- eyes that show the whites way. so, when great they roll Ball drew .. 65C The well read well bred Ameruaa is them Location : liar ST., near river.1

fjnos the little town of Jacksonville has, for them in their own droll fashion the two Total ,.. $;Orr 1. delightful of man good society in 22
fcgsncel For miles around stretches a villa this bill is America is the wittiest most and
rows of white teeth constantly on view, In there neither mantle linen, genial most FOR SALE
.fed orange grove framed In thick retrousse lips; tho swaying boots shoes, gloves, lace, nor the thousand hospitable I have met with. ,
Ad the table d'hote! But the I travel and the I look
little requisites of a woman's toilet and it more more
manner of walking, with turned out toes :
In France we look well at the bill and I I and head thrown back the musical voice, is but one out of the three or four bills for at other cation the more confirmed. 1 am in SO ACRES OF LAND .I EDEN.

gads it; we discuss the dishes, arranging i sweet but sonorous,and so pleasing comparedto the year 1 am convinced that an American my opinion that the Freucti are the happiest
discreetly and artistically: in the mind i earth QUARTER OF A MILE BEAU- .
ten the horrible twang of the lower class people woman, who pretends to the least elegance, people on

t before making their acquaintance more fully in the north all make up a picturesquewhole. must spend, if she L*' a good manager, from I The American is certainly on the road to TIFUL RIVER FRONT. 1

a the palate. We are gourmets In America You forget the color and fall to admiring 6,000 to JS.OUO a year Add to this the fact the possession of all that can contribute to

sill question seems to be not, "WhIch of them. that she loads herself with diamonds and the well being and success of a nation, hot beseems New House conlainini Fire Rooms I

: will go well together but, "How And how precious stones. Hut these, of course, have to me to have raided the path that \
amusing they are I
tray of them can I manager It is so much At the Everett hotel, Jacksonville I one not to be renewed every three months.A leads to real happiness. HIS domestic joys Best of Orange and Pine-Apple Land.

i day' the moderate eaters pay for the glut- day went to the wrong table. great number of Americans come to Europe are more shadowy than real To live in a

to. I to three months of whirl is not to live well. Enquire of 1
"You've, come to do wrong table, sah," said pas every rear.This
You see women come down at 8 to break- I tho attendant darky. Then indicating the b not an additional extravagance, it !san Jonathan himself'; 1 sometimes has his regretsat JOSEPH HURST St. Lucie, Fla.
silk attire and decked in diamonds. i their dress finding hill1f-Ir into such a frantic 1 !
&stin negro who served at the next table, he added: economy They buy for a year, drawn: I 4 S
breakfast First an ands : but declare thatit b out of his ,
iadtrhat a orange "Dat's de gentleman dat waits on you, sah." and the money they save by this plan not race power ,'
banana to freshen the mouth and whet the I immediately recognized my "gentleman," I only pays their traveling,expenses, but leaves to hang hark (If it were given to man to 2O DOLLARS .

appetite; then fish, bacon and eggs, or ome- and changed my seat. The fact Is that all them a nice little surplus in cash. live twice nn this planet, 1 should understand WILL BUY THE FAVORITEITUST 1 a

H, 'beefsteak or chop with fried potatoes, I II tho negroes are alike at a glance. requires I A hotel bedroom on the fourth floor, for his living tILl first tenn a PAmerieauie, so as "

I briny cakes and preserves. as much perspicacity to tell one from anotheras I which you would pay five francs a day, is $2 to be able to enjoy quietly, in hb second existence S :: G-IEZIE*.

"How little you eat, you French people!f it does to distinguish ono French gendarmefrom in the good hotels of the principal towns of the fruits of his toil in the first. See STYLE

Bid an American to me one day, as I was ordering another French gendarme. America. A cab which costs you one franc ing that only one sojourn here is permittedus M-. MACHINE.
half in France and sixpence 1 think the French are right in their studyto (.1 .
my breakfast cafe au lait and bread 1 never met with such memories as some of a or one shilling ')
make it and With drop leaf, fancy cover two large drawers, \
tad butter. in England costs you a dollar and a a long happy one.
those darkies have. with nickel rings, and a full set of Attachment,
"You are mistaken" I said, "only we do As 1 have said, the hotels of Florida are be- half in New York. The proportion is always If the French could arrive at a steady equal to any Singer Machine sold for $40 and up.
not care for our dinner at 8 o'clock in the kept. form of government, and live in security, wards by Canvu eu. \
sieged driring the winter months. At dinner A week's trial in your home, before payment it
_t-f? The dollar has not more value than this In they would he the most enviably happy people asked. c
UA1IIo o. time, y o"i may see from six hundred to a thousand -
The larger the hotel is the better the Amer- the lesser towns of the United States. The on earth.It Buy direct from the Manufacturers, and ave ;
people at table. The black bead waiter besides getting certificates of war-
,tans like it A little quiet, well kept hotel, knows each of the guests. The second time omnibus, for Instance, which takes you to the h often charged against the Americansthat rantee agents'for profit 3 years. Send for testimonials toCooperative

where, the cookery being done for twenty or I station from your hotel for sixpence (or halfa they are given to bragging. May not Machine Co. '
they enter the dining room, he conducts themto Sewing ,
thirty! persons instead of a thousand, the beef shilling) in England,and for half a franc In men who have done marvels be permitted a
their places without making a mistake in 217 Quince St., Philadelphia.
has not the same taste as mutton; a hotel France, costs you half a dollar in America. certain amount of self glorification .
one instance. If you stop but a day, you We Pay the Freight. 42 : '
There you are known and called by your Copper money exists In America, but if you It is said, too, that their eccentricity con
return a month after, and not only will
name where you are not simply No. 578 like may were to offer a cent to a beggar he would stantly leads them into folly and license. Is

convict; this kind of pitching place does he recollect your face, but he WV1 be able to fling it at you In disgust. When the bare- it not better to have the liberty to err thanto HAVING BOUGHT THE INDIAN ,

not attract the Ine1"b.n.. He must have tell you which little table you sat at, and footed urchins In the south beg their formula be compelled to run straight In leash if RIVER BAKERYWe

worthing large enormous, immense. He is which place at that table was yours is: "Spare us a nickel" or "Chuck us a they occasionally vote like children they will

inclined to judge everything by its size. At the door of the dining room a young nickel guv'nor. The nickel is worth five learn with age. It is by voting that people will Keep on Hand Every Day

Jacksonville and St. Augustine boast a negro of 16 or 18 takes your hat and puts it cents. The only use of the cent that 1 could learn to vote.

core of hotels, each capable of accommodating on a hat rackI have seen hundreds thus In discover was to buy the evening paper. Is there any country in Europe in which {

from six hundred to a thousand guests. his care at a time. You leave the dining The only things cheap In the States are morals are better regulated work better FRESH BREAD, CAKES, PIES,

These hotels are full from the beginning of room and, without a moment's hesitation he native oysters and English or French books paid, or education wider spread? Is there a

January to the end of March. singles out your hat and hands it to you. It that have been translated into American. country where you can find such natural ETC. ALSOSodawater '

I have almost always accepted with reserve is wonderful when one thinks of It. 1 give If expenses are enormous In the United riches and such energy to turn them to account I

the American superlatives, followed by the you the problem to solve. Several hundred States 1 must hasten to add that it is chiefly ; so many people with a consciousnessof

traditional "in the world;" but it may safelybe men most of whom you have not seen more the foreign visitor who suffers In purse. The their own intellectual and moral force; so Bottlers of Ginger 1 '.'

said that the Ponce de Leon hotel, at St. than once or twice before, pass into a room, American can afford to pay high prices, be- many schools, where the child of the million-

Augustine is not only the largest and handsomest handing you their chimney pots or wide cause his receipts are far larger than they aire and the child of the poor man study side Ale and other Drinks. .

hotel in America, but in the whole awakes to take care of They come out of would be In Europe. Situations bringing in by side; so many libraries, where the boy In :) ,

world.' Standing in the prettiest part of the the room In no sort of order, and you have to three or four hundred dollars as In France in rags may read the history of his country, 'I

picturesque little town, this Moorish palace, give each the hat that belongs to him. I England, are unknown in America. Bank and be fired by the exploits of its heroes ALL ORDERS:; RECEIVE PROMPT a
have tried hard and often but never succeeded Can name a country with so }
with its walls of onyx, its vast artistically clerks and shop assistant command salariesof you many

famished saloons, its orange walks, fountains In finding out how it is done. a thousand to fifteen hundred dollars a learned societies sd many newspapers so ATTENTION.S. I
Another In the hall and gets charitable institutions, or so much
cloisters and towers is a revelation, a negro goes year. A railway car cccdr tor gets $50 a many
some from the "Arabian Nights. your key when he sees you return from a month.In widespread comfort A. BELCHER & COMPANYPROPRIETORS ,

Here the Americans congregate In search of walk. No need to tell him the number of the grades above In the professions, the 1L Henan wishing to turn himself into a

*"go)(} time" as they call it. The charges your room-he knows it. He may have seen fees, compared with those earned In Europe, prophet of ill omen, one day predicted that, '. J 7
but before but that is all sufficienthe if France continued republican, she would 1
dollars day you once
range from ten to twenty-five a I are also in the proportion of the dollar to the
for each person exclusive of wines and ex- never errs. : shilling or franc A newspaper article for become a second America. TITUSVILLE' FLA.

tras. The American who goes to the Ponce I And the negresses! good merry looking which would be paid In France from 100 to May nothing worse befall her 40 I

de Leon with his wife and daughters therefore creatures with buxom faces and forms supple THE EXD.
250 francs (and no French paper, except The r( .
spends from one to two hundred dollarsa light, graceful gait and slender waists, Figaro, pays so much for articles) Is paid for FOR SALE, i

day. For this cum he and his family are aping the fashion and having very pretty In America from $100 to $250. A doctor b! The Alpha and Omega. I

fed played to by a very ordinary band, and fashions of their own coquetting and mincIng paid from $5 to $10 a visit. I am, of course, There are 202 letters in the Tartaric alphabet

applied with an immense choice of rocking as they walk out with their "tic'lars" not speaking of specialists and fashionable and twelve in that used In the Sandwich THE GIN6RAS GROVE :

chairs On his return to New York' he de- (particulars). The enjoyment of life is writ- I doctors; their charges are fabulous. I know Islands. These are the numerical extremes. I
dares he has had "lovelytime. ten on their faces, and one ends by thinkingsome i
to his friends that a barristers who make over $100,000 a year.
." admits that he of them quite pretty. I have seen some ,
The American never Everyone Is well paid In the United States, Swert Baby.

kaa been bored in America specially. The splendid figures amongst; them. You shouldsee I except the vice president. Baby In its cradle sleeping- Consisting of 66 Acres of Land 44 x'
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cnallest incidents of the trip are events and them on Sundays, dressed in scarlet orsome '. If I have spoken of the high cost of living, S. Angel child ? '
other bright color with great hats Smiles about its face are creeping Acres Under Fence, and in cultiva- ,
adventures and he fails to have his I to make
never it is to state a fact and not a complaint Sweet and mild.
"good tune." Ho Is as easily pleased as a jauntily turned up on one side, and fanning I I went to America as a lecturer, not Would that I could share its dreaming tion in Orange and Lemon Trees, ( 1

child everything American calls out his ad- themselves with the ease and grace of Bel- as a tourist. Jonathan paid me well and See its heavenly visions gleaming, 22 Acres in Bearing; all in

ciratldn,or at least hb interest. Remark to gravian ladies. when cabby asked me for a dollar and a half Ah how pure the baby's seeming, First-class Condition.

him for instance that to go by, train to Negresses are not employed as chamber to take me to a lecture hall 1 said like M. Undefiled A

Florida from the north one has to travel maids in hotels They go into service onlyas I Joseph Prudhomme: "It is expensive, but I Fairest gems thou hast replacing For particulars apply to or inquire of

through mere than six hundred miles of pine nurses and of course children love them. : can afford it,"and I paid without grumbling. Barest Earthly flowers toys thy realm are gracing i

'crest which makes the Journey very unin Unhappily for you. it is the objectionable Rich thy joys- L. A. G 111.(

t'erestingcud ho will throw you a pitying "duchess" that you find again: up stairs this CHAPTER JELL"Well Holy Mosel the Lid b wak1n !

i C:ace which "Immense, sir time. The evil is not so great as it is In the Night melodious he'll be making G. J. GINGRAS the Premises
seems to say: sir, and what do you think of What a raking shaking, quaking- Or to on
Baasisa. like everything that Is American. smaller towns where these young persons Stop! that! !! '
The temperature of Florida in winter Isr'ar'ely wait at table also. In the best hotels their America IiOiSdSew York Tribune. at Iw

from only duty is to keep the bedrooms tidy. You Without pretending to judge America ex "
lower than (>4 degs., and ranges Rock Ledge, Florida.
tbt tD 1 Ti. font the climate is moist and ener- must not ask any service of them beyond cathedra I will sum up the impressions jot- An Outgrown Poem. 423mo.: *

T".tn:.the country a vast marsh, so flat that that If you desire anything brought to ted down In this little volume, and reply to Editor (to long haired stranger-This is no

bedroom, you ring, and a negro comes I the traditional question of the Americans. barber shop, my friend.
97 standing on a chair one could see to the cxttniitie3 your FOR SALE
< field tb answer the bell and receive your order.I I When one thinks of what the Americanshave StraDger know it,sir, but I have a poem t
of aid of
it vntb the a good
here which from of view
one point is likelyto 1
remember having one day insulted one of done in a hundred years of independent
gla t Some enterprising American should be trifle The will wild
a rapid. public go 3SO TREES IN GROVE
tow these women-certainly unintentionally, but i life it looks as if nothing ought to be impossible -
he would make 1 if ,
up a hill down there over it. want to know you can't gi ve me
!W 1 the crime was none the less abominable for i to them In the future, considering the
forttno Every one would go and see it. enough on it to get a hair cut.-The Epoch.

It is not everybody who can afford thokzory that. inexhaustible resources at their disposition. 200 Six Years Old, All Bearing. t
America has been doubling its populationevery
cf the Ponce de Leon hotel, but it is I This was it Lost and Found. 1
eryboiy who likes to be seen there in the I was dressing to go out to dinner, and twenty-five years. If immigration "Oh, ma, did you think I waslostf' said Orange Grove on Fine Hammock Land. .
wanted some hot water to shave with. Having continues at the same rate as it has hitherto. Jennie who had gone for a walk around the

You: must bo able to say when you returnto I rung three times and received no answer, In fifty years she will have moro than two block and returned five hours.afterward. TWO SMALL FRAME HOUSESJ10d2
the I impatient and opened the door in the hundred millions of inhabitants. If, during "No," replied her mother. '1 thought that
north that have been at the Ponce grew
de you of seeing some servant who would be that time, Europe makes progress only In the young man had found you."-New York and 15x12, Porch 22ft. i
Leon. hope {
This is how it can be managed.You
I obliging enough to fetch me the water in arts and sciences while the social conditionof Evening Sun. About 1,500 Trees in Nursery,
go to some other hotel near the Ponce. '
I3 A chambermaid was passing my its nations does not improve, she will be 25 Bearing Peach Trees, Blooming,
the evening, dressed in all your diamonds, question. The Lazy Ian. .
You glide into the 'court yard of the great door. to America what barbarism b civilization. The baseball season's at an end. 40 Lime Trees, .i
ravaaary Another takes to thegoing "Could you please get me some hot water* While the Hohenzollerns. the Hapsburgsand The small boys' nine d bands. 7 Lemon Tree. Bearing, ,v
step you the Firebrandenburgs review their And now the lazy man finds tuna 15 Plum Trees, smallx '
I said.
'Xnexne rotunda where the concert Is Hang heavy oo hi* hand '
; ** You stroll through the saloons and cor- "What do you say r was the reply, accompanied troops, while her standing armies are costing 2 AppleT"'t'
t wand by a frown and a look of contempt. Europe more than $1,000,000,000 a year, The season's close he doth deplore 2 Pear Treeei, 4
i taking a seat where you can be And thinks it Is a shame ulbe x
5 -
the :
time of whilst Europeandebt JrKs.Flowers .
'lee:1or "Would be so good as to get me some in peace "" ;. : .
, the multitude you listen to the music. you That be can sit upon a fence Roses- '32te. "*
is more than $2.UXJ.OOXX). the American ?- _
1 repeated.
: About 10 or 11 o'clock beat a retreat and hot water? No more and watch the game. ;
retcrr you "What do you think I amt Haven't you a treasury Washington, In spite of corruption 17J ACRES OF LAfD't J4tL. -
to your own hotel Wishing to set But winter day are coming fast ._
does exist I"
which it b well known ,
' said the harpy. .
t mJ. mind at rest on this matter, I went one"cb bell fa your roomr Whilst European When atctk breezes blow. Price, 92,: 00. -'I, 't .
And she passed along indignant.I bas a surplus of .$0,000,000 And he can watch his wife while she An oisss- W. : .
g, about Lair U,to the Caxa Monica .
past ; '
wit devise
into rcom in feuand trembling governments cud ol their to 'Is shoveling. off the snow
.i td J.1ond boo*. There. in the rooms withdrew my : of absolute -.Bas is Courier. B. REVELS Shiloh (
and for a few minutes was half afraid means for mooting the :xpjna ,
r thr r u .QUJurW by the propne-' -
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-.. .<., 4 FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, MAR. 28, 1889.

.. THE FLORIDA STAR. Opening of the Eau Gallic Tax Notice.I :Porter & Potter, FOR SALE

a Baptist Church.The ; will be at the voting places on the ,

PUBLISHED EVERY THUBSDAY. following list of names, with the dates below, for the purpose. of receiving REAL ESTATE DEALERS The Elegant
tax returns ,

ELLIS B. WAGER Editor aniPQlsIer. donations in time and material opposite Eden,........:.Tuesday, April, 2nd, 1889. LAKE WORTH. FLA. RESIDENCE AND GROVE]
each, will show what can be accomplished Fort Pierec..Wednesday, 3rd, "

S1.5Q per Annum. in a small, but willing community, Narrows.Friday, 5th, OF L. E. BAR\ESf

Entered at the Post Office at Titusville as with a good object in view. This settle- Sebastian,.......Saturday, 6th, "" 100 lots in the beach hammock, near ROCK LEDGE, F LA.

Second-Class Matter. ment now possesses a good, substantial l\Ialabar.1\Ionday, 8th, the inlet, 6 rods wide and extendingfrom
9th Containing seven and
Melbourne.Tuesday, lake Purchasers onethirdof
to ocean. desiring tun
THE STAR is the OFFICIAL newspaper building, entirely free from debt whichis Eau Gallie.Wednesday, 10th, greater width can buy lots to suit. land fronting en Indian River.

for Brevard county. at present used as a church. Through Tropic,.........Thursday. 11th, 20 acres, hammock and prairie, at $50 Large, Roomy Residence, el ,
j the kindness of the trustees it is also usedas Canaveral..Saturday, 13th, per acre. finished. Also Three-room J

The Star has the Largest circulation a public school. Georgiana,..... Monday, 15th, "" Also] building lots at head of lake, of a COTTAGEand

or any paper on the East coast of Fla. Theodore Piazza ...............6 days' work. Rockledge.Tuesday, u 16th, 5 acres each, for 300 per lot. outbuildings. One of the most desirable
Cocoa,.........Wednesday, 17th, ] places in Rock Ledge
On the west side 47 acres, extending hammock.For .
-- Jno. H. Mellor,.................25 18th "
Meritt.........Thursday, from Lake orth-which is salt to the price term: etc., apply to
It has come to light within the past Rev. H. M. Prince,............15 19th .' ,
Point .....
City Friday ,
few days that steps are being taken to I John MacAllister,..............4 T.H.Sanders.Saturday, 20th, fresh water lakes west-$40 per acre. ALBERT A. TAYLOR coco..L\.
Mr. J. Frank Turner,..................2J 22nd Also on west side 165 acres of fine
turn out our present postmaster, W. H. Adams,..................1 II Titu8ville,.... Ionday, building sites for $40 per acre.
E. Gruber, and have a republican fill the P. A. Ic1\lillan.3 cc LaGrange,.....Tuesday, 23rd, On east side a lot of 80 acres of rich Important to Orange Grows.
Mims ......... 24th "
Wednesday ,
office. While there may be some truthin Geo. G. Gleason,...............3 26th hammock land, with a lake front of overa

the saying that "to the victors belongthe John Houston,..................8 Haulover.Friday, mile, at $50 per acre. This will be sold
considerationsin Chris. Houston,.................3 W. R. SANDERS, either in bulk or in lots to purchaserswho The undersigned have special facility,
there are other and trade for the Sale of
spoils, Assessor for Brevard Co. intend making improvements.
Carroll Houston,...............1
regard to this matter that are of Frank Houston,.................1 15 acres on east side, south of inlet, of STRICTLY FANCY FLORIDA

far greater importance. Mr. Gruber is Geo. Houston,..................1 Indian River Orange Growers' rich hammock and morning glory, partly FRUIT,

the most capable, conscientious, and Chas. Young.3" Association.MEETING planted in cocoanuts, $100 per acre. And would receive consignments of)
Gustavus Snell.3" On the ]largest of the fresh water lakes, same.

thoroughly accommodating postmaster Thos. Snell..3" OF STOCKHOLDERS. a lot of 51 acres, covered with heavy pine Inferior Fruit not desired
Titusville has ever had. Already he has W. H. H. Gleason.3 u There will be a meeting of the stock- timber, and with small clearing plantedin

held the position during two terms of P. Blatch.6" holders of the Indian River Orange tropical trees, for $10 per acre. Prompt returns.Reference Stencils sent without -

Administration with no Jean Kinnard.2" Growers' Association on Wednesday, the In the Lake Worth settlement 10 acres : charge. : Chatham National
Republican Bank New York:
in i instance Jas. T. Stewart,...............1 3rd day of April 1889, at 10 o'clocka. of rich hammock for $3,000. This is one. City.
thought of change,except one Chas. Creech,....................1 m., at the Public Hall (near Sharp's of the few fine building sites left on the JOSEPH B. MAXFIELD & CO.,
where he was so urgently requested to wharf), City Point Fla. east side, and is within a few minutes' 7&-77 Park Place,cor. Greenwich Street
B. J. Stewart loan of of for 4 ,
accept the position in less than a month pair oxen All interested in orange culture-ladies walk of the Lake Worth postoffice, hotels New York.XOTICE.. u

that he could not refuse. We hope thaton : days ; W. Roesch, painting 2 coats painton included-are cordially! invited to at- and stores.Improved ..
outside of W. Treutler tend. place with
will he building ; new cottage .
strictly non-political reasons locks, bolts, etc., for doors ; Geo. M. By order of the Board of Directors.A. beautifully finished, on lot of 20 acres,
To all whom it
be permitted to retain the position whichhe L. HATCH Secretary.N. planted with 20,000 trees of all kinds, may concern:

fills so well, and we know also of manyof Bobbins Titusville, 1 keg of nails ; J. B.-Bring along your lunch baskets. among them 900 cocoanuts, bearing or- Take notice rim we the undenic .]
H. Mellor 120 books for Sunday School will, at the expiration of tour
his republican friends who have al- anges, limes guavas, with a frontage on weeks*
for his continuancein library ; W. H. Gleason, building lot for Important to TaxPayers.Land Lake Worth of about 32 rods, for $10- publication of this notice in accordance]
ready signed petition and conformity with **
Chapter 3iM!
the office. church ; building lot was also offered by owners must return to the Tax 000.With the laws of Florida, file a petition asd
J. H. Mellor and W. Roesch ; R. B. Assessor a list of their lands for taxation, adjoining lot of 5 acres south, make application to the IIou. John D.j
if they would avoid having their $12,000, giving a total front of nearly 40 Broome. Judge of the 7lh Judicial
Burchfiel, surveyed lot free ; A. A. prop- Circuit
rods A fine place for ]large hotel.
included with others the a of Florida for !
The Tavares Herald has seen a letter erty on assess- the adoption of Ethel
Stewart, Titusville, recorded deed free ; ment rolls. The law provides that lands Improved place] of over 7 acres, havinga Louise, infant child William F. Dm-j

written by Comptroller Barnes to a Adam Hogg, one lamp ; Mrs. H. R. not returned shall be assessed as "un- front on the lake of about 8} rods, man and Marie Louise Denman, his wife,]

citizen of Lake county, in which the Olmstead, large bible, and many other known." Blanks are provided for this with a new house of two !stories newly deceased, of Jacksonville, Fla., as oar]

Comptroller expresses the following services and kindnesses from our citizens purpose, and can be had on applicationto painted, with cistern, etc., for $5,000. child and heir at law.
opinion which will be of general inter- the Assessors. A copy of such list This lot runs to the ocean. Rockledge. Fla.. March 13. A. D.11]
which be mentioned in this
cannot reportof J. )[.
should be preserved by the to be LEE.
of the owner In the Palm Beach SettlementWe
"As to relieve property
the Building Committee.The presented to the Collector when the taxes Have LELA V'. LEE.
for Sale
caused 'illegal tax
cloud by
apparent Committee desire -
Building to return are
sales, I will say that such sales can be thanks to all and whoso paid.'V.. D. BARNES, 18 acres, having on it a number of Commissioner' Sale.
every person
the Feb 25 1889. large cocoanuts, running through to the
to ComptrollerFor
aside by applicants ,
easily set kindly aided them in their efforts to ocean and having a front on the lake of Under and by virtue of a decree of the

court and the costs recovered from the complete the above building, and more 17! rods and on the ocean of 20! rods Circuit Court of Florida, 7th Judicial Clr

purchaser of the illegal tax certificate; to those who reside in Sale. for$4,500. cuit, in and for Volusia county, in dUD
but it would be easier to have the holder I particularly our Three desirable tracts of high ham- Improved place of 22 acres, with new eery, for partition in a causewhemn Tbii-
II I neighbouring settlements, and who so mock land, located on the east side of modern house of 13 rooms. This lot is eus Street, et a/,are complainants and Ma
of such tax certificate. deed issued : kindly came to our aid. East Indian River. Tract No. 1 contains planted with all kinds of tropical trees, S.Benner,et a/,arc defendant,directing j

thereon to quit claim to the owners, andI JNO. E. M. HODGSON, 56 38-100 acres, with a frontage of half a such as alligator pears, maumee apples sale of the following described pre mm
doubt lIe would gladly] do mile the river about 18 cleared the purpose of partition of said proj have no s<*, tem. Committee on acres sugar apples, dates, etc., 2-11 rods frontage -
Secretary, Building -
pro between the thereof. The
owners u
and of
as he can get his money back from the' Eau Gallic Church. a bearing grove nursery large on lake and same on ocean. Price
: Baptist trees. Tract No. 2 contains 51 74-100 $12,500. signed Commissioners will sell, at Lr
State. The tax assessor can be sued on auction at the Court House door
acres, with a frontage of five-eights of a South of the above lot 18! acres, 20
his bond for damage accruing by Him town of Titusville in Brevard count",Su
any mile on the river, about 6 acres cleared, rods frontage on lake and same on ocean. of Florida between the hour-of alej
reason of his failure to follow the law Mrs. and Miss Rodgers left for Tallahassee a small grove and many trees in bearing. The line between these two places is the to the highest, bidder, on legal tbe first Month*

and cause an apparent cloud to be placedon Monday morning. Tract No. 3 contains 34 78-100 acres, middle of an avenue running throughto in May, A. D. 1889 being the 6th dar of
with of one-fourth of mileon
a frontage a the .
the title of any property. Mr. John Sams School ocean. aaid month, the following described pro]
Superintendent, the river which is about four miles in 13
acres running through to ocean 13 erty, to-wit: That tract of land know
w visited our school last week. width. The immunity of this land from rods frontage on both lake and ocean. the Joseph Delespine Grant, granted
A Correction. frost renders it not only valuable but desirable Price $3,000.The .
Captain Paddison, ol Titusville, was in said Joseph Delespine April 9th, 1817,
Editor Florida Star: Mims\ for fruit and winter vegetables.. homestead of the late I.v.. confirmed by decree of the Superior Cv
Saturday. For further particulars inquire of Dimick, entirely cleared and planted in for District of East Florida by decree dat

DEAR KIR.-Your Rockledge corres- Miss Elliott and :Mrs. Hyman spent Benj. Hall, 379 Harrison avenue, Boston, tropical trees and plants. Mr. Dimmickwas the 21st day of August, 1838, and apprcr

pondent in your issue of March 14, says: part of Saturday and Sunday in La Mass., or of J. A. Shippie, Agt., Geor- one of the pioneers of Lake Worth by Supreme Court of United States Jinn.

"Dr. Cary and six of his party came up on giana, Fla. and gave to this place all the advantagesof ary 3rd, 1838, situate on Indian River,

the St Lucie Thursday and were compelled Grange.Mr. his wide experience. There are about i Township 22, South Range 31 east, ai
F. L. Babbitt, representing Smith NOTICE. 46 acres, running through to the ocean Township 22; South Range 33 east ar
walk from the Lake to Jupiterto
to & Frazier, Jacksonville was in Mims Sat and having a frontage on lake and ocean Township 23, South Range 35 east, ai
do so, Mr. Hendrickson refusing to urday.Mr. LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE FLA. \ of 41 rods. Lots of any desired frontagewill Township 23, South Range 34 east DO

permit transportation save at his con- March 16, 18S9. / be sold] or the whole place, including lying in Brevard county, State of Florida,
W. B. Hammond and M. McGuire, Notice is hereby given that the follow- according to plat and survey of said Grail
last of this sentence dwellings, for $18,400. Also]
venience. The part in .named settler has filed notice of his from ti<
described in of
who have been a same
packing for :Mr. patent
oranges Lot of 9 with
.does great injustice to a very worthy intention to make final proof In supportof over acres, improved, United States, bearing date the 17tb of Cfc-|
Mims, Georgians, returned Wednesdaynoon. his claim and that said proof will be small dwelling, with a frontage of 8 rods
tober A. D. the entire Grant CDO-
1873 ]
J]. D. Hendricksbn of ,
gentleman. Capt.
made before A.A. Stewart, Clerk Circuit running through to the ocean,for$2,500. lew..
Lake Worth is the proprietor of the Court Lot of nearly 11 in Palm Beach taining 43,000 acres, more or
at Titusville, Fla.. on May 4th, acres .
There will be religious services at the Purchasers paying for title.JAJirs
Transportation Line from Jupiter to 18S9. viz: C. D. Sams of Courtney Fla., within a few hundred feet of the James PRITCIURD,
Lake Worth and instead of "refusing school house Saturday evening, March II. E. No. 12851, for the S. i of S. E. J, McCormick place and the Cocoanut EUGENE BRAI3TERD,
30th, at 7 o'clock p.m., by Rev. Mr. N. W. tot S. E.J any;! S. W. :i of N. E. } Grove House, planted with rare tropicaltrees HOBERT E. I IAaDEF,
transportation save at his ('convenience, Bolton.A Sec. 12. Tp. 23 S., R. 36 E. and having a frontage on lake and Commissioner*.

he gave the party a free pass for their most He names the following witnesses to ocean of 9) rods, for 5000. March, 1889. 48-30 day.
return and ordered the driver 'to have evening was spent prove his continuous residence upon and Lot of 4 3-5 acres, with frontage of 98
the social at Mr. Roberts' Friday even- cultivation of, said land, viz: R. J. La feet has it about 250
on cocoanuts most
the head of the Lake 8 ,
the teams at by XOT1CC.
Roche Archie :McRae. E. C. Whaley, J.
ing. The visitors from Titusville report' of which are bearing. This lot for sale
o'clock a. m. In order to accomplishthis J. LaRoche, of Courtney, Fla. LAND OFFICE. GAINESVILLE, \
only to parties intending to build for
having spent a very pleasant evening.Our 49. -
they were to come from Jupiter the school closed Register. $2,000. This lot is in the well-known]] March 9, 1883.

.night before and stay over night at the Thursday. and Miss Dimmick cocoanut grove. Notice is hereby given that the follow-j
Elliott and Mrs. Hyman left Friday NOTICE. ing-named settler has filed notice of his i
head of the Lake. On the west side of the lake, opposite
morning for Iowa, much to the regret of Whereas on the Sixteenth Day of Palm Beach, we have lots for sale with intention to make commutation proof
Being one of the four who were left March 1889 I levied in support of his claim, and that aa
and distrained
their many friends, including two .certain upon frontage on lake of 10 and 12 rods for
behind I had a good opportunity to the property, hereinafter named, tinder $500 per lot. These are all beautiful proof will be made before. A. Stewart'clerk Ffc-r
learn the facts and I know the above to young men of this, place. and by virtue of a distress warrant i building sites, and before them the en- I of circuit court. at Titusville.
i issued out of the Circuit Court of Bre- : on Saturday, April 21, 1SS9 viz. : Wif
version of the It is tire settlement on the east side is spreadout W.No. .
be the
true case. Increase of Capital Stock.At yard County }Florida against E. II. like Ham D. Owen, of Georgiana Fla..
true that the party was subjected to Purdy. to satisfy a claim for rent made a panorama. Also 18769, for the lots 1 and 2 of section
a meeting of the stockholders of the Desirable] building sites farther southin and 4
6, township 24 south. and lots 3 2!
by Eaton and Brothers and whereasnone
inconvenience but Capt.Hendrickson Indian River ;
great Orange GrowersAssociation, the next section, for$60 3*
of the have been per acre. sec. 31, township 23 south! range
-- was not responsible for it, as he had held at their place of business at City provided by law. I will thereforesell repleviedas On the west shore, opposite Figulus] cast.

done all he could do for our comfort. Point, Fla., January 15th, A. D. 1889, a at public outcry, before the door of Postoffice, a lot of 10 acres, with a front- lIe names the following witnesses cu

-Yet indirectly he is responsible for the majority of the stock of said Ass'n being the leased premises, to-wit, the "Red age of 13 rods. Price $325. prove his continuous residence upon
represented at said meeting, and by a Saloon: to the highest bidder for cash, In the beach hammmock at Figulus and cultivation 0( said land vI%.:
employment of subordinates who disre vote of a majority of the stock present, the following goods and chattels : Postoffice, an improved place of 10 acres, Mills O. Cotrell and Irving D. II II-

gard both his authority and his interests did increase the Capital Stock of said 2 billiard tables, with house of 8 rooms, planted with cock, of Hortl, Fla.; A. L. Brtmer anal

as well as the comfort and convenienceof Ass'n, seventy-five shares more than was 2 pool tables, about 500 cocoanuts-some bearing- Henry C. Fish of Georgiana, Fla.

the traveling public. Another error provided for in its articles of incorpora- 5 barrels of beer and ale, guavas, limes, sappadillos]] etc. Price 47 S. TCCKEH, Register.
tion.-Thus making the Capital Storkof 1 barrel ot stout $2,500. A limited number of lots will be
is in the number returning. It was Dr. said Corporation one hundred sharesof 2 broken packages of stout and ale, sold in this vicinity, with frontage to NOTICE OF IXCOIIPOHATIOX.

Cary and three of his party, instead of one hundred dollars each. And at a 5 empty barrels, suit. All lots extend from lake to Notice is hereby given that the undersigned -'

six. Of the ten who went down on the meeting of the Directors of the Indian 1 iron safe, ocean, and all the land is available.] persons have formed a company for

St. Lucie, one turned back at Jupiter, River Orange Growers Association, heldat 1 1 broken h package" of gin, On the west shore, in the vicinity of the purpose of constructing, maintains
the same place, on the same day and applejack. Figulus] we have 80 acres well situatedand and operatin a railroad, or tram-rp,r
and Prof. Deman remained at Lake date, in pursuance of the action of the 1 set of saloon fixtures,consisting ot adapted to pineapples and oranges from Lake Pomsett to Rockledge aDd *f'

Worth. Eight of the party started for Stockholders aforesaid and by a resolu- 1 desk bar and counter, etc. for $10 an acre; also] 85 acres farther west coa, with tile privilege of extending to'1Point

Jupiter; of these, Dr. Cary, who was the tion passed by a vote taken thereon, 16 chairs. for $8 per acre. about parallel with tile Indian KIT*

custodian of our pass, and three others, increase the Capital Stock of said Ass'nor J. E. BOWMAN, On the west side 60 acres, or less to er, through the towns of Rockledge, Cocoa said
Corporation, as above mentioned, to Sheriff Brevard Co., Fla. suit, $30 peracre. The front of this landis and City Point, Fla. The name of
walked leaving four of us to get back the full amount of one hundred sharesof railroad tram-road is"Indiia
March 28, 1889. especially adapted to gardening or cocoanuts or company
the best way we could. This rearguardof one hundred dollars each. And by a lOdys. while the balance is covered River and Lake Poinsett R ul..alpany. Co m-

the party was Mr. and Mrs. Parry of resolution then and there adopted the with heavy pine timber. ." The railroad is to run from Lae'oinsett wide
Subscription-books of the stock of the NOTICE.All Near Hypoluxo] P.O. lot of to Rockledge and Cocoa,
N. J., Mr. Thompson of Ga., and the Point throngntockledge
of extension to City
said Corporation, was ordered to be, and persons concerned will now take 8 acres, rich hammock, for $850. Fine privilege Point about
writer. Through the courtesy of Capt. remain open for subscriptions to the notice that six months after date, I will building sites and large frontage on lake. Cocoa and City U- miles, iorids.

Watson, General Manager of the Indian new and increased stock of said Corporation present to Hon. Minor S. Jones, County On west side, opposite Hyppluxo, we parallel. with the river, 7 to Fib .
in Brevard County,
River Steamboat Co., the officers of the at the office of said Company, until Judge of Brevard county, Florida, my have nearly 100 acres of fine gardening length, all capital stock ooost* rt

Cleo and Rockledge were authorized to the first Wednesday in the month of final vouchers as administrator, with the land, a heavy muck, which only needs of The one hundred company'shares. of one bandied! dollars
December, 1889.Certificates will annexed, of Thomas New, late of cultivation to yield enormously; also privilege of ta'
honor the Badge of the American Porno- of said increased stock, said Brevard county, deceased and tbat would make a fine cocoanut plantation, such stock to 250 share of cl00creasing

logical Society, and we were passed to i have been placed on file in the office of 1 at the same time I will apply for letters for $30 per acre. All the land on the each in all. The undersigned compote tt;

our destination. the Secretary of State, of the State of I dismissory from such administration.This west shore is especially suited to pine- first Board, of Directors:

JAB. H. WHITE. Florida, March 2, 1889, and in the office I March 15, 1889, apples and the different varieties of the C B. MACRCDEK
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of WM. McCRACKEN. citrus family, having a close, compact H. AVfLLIAJU, J
Island Home, March 16., 1889. Brevard County, State of Florida, Feb. 486mo. Administrator, etc. soil, with yellow sub-soil, moist but well LEWIS POWE, .;

27, 1889. drained. On the east side are the cocoa- R. P. PADDIWy-
The STAR is $1.50 per annum in A. L. HATCH. AGENTS WANTED BUFFALO write MUTUAL oeo. A.ACCIDISTAHD s nbom.8ec'jrtbn nuts and other pahns, bananas and other E. P. POBCHDU I

4 advance. Sec'ty of I..R. Orange Growers Ass'n. SICK BZKKFIT ASSOCIATION,Ba1falo, New York tropical growths. This March 5, A. D. 1889 413111THE T' .



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ij' .. "' THE FLORIDA. STAR, THURSDAY, MAR.; 28, 1889.


Artesian Well LA. GINGRAS,
Seeing Ourselves an Others See Us.Twould ,
be a dangerous ctft 0 potent fay
Whatever f rather headed poets say ATM-LAW' AND KMART PDBUC.Rock
#To stand outride.and ***our various selves. Preparatory to opening up and makingroom :IRRIGATION I CONTRACTORS, .
Aa we are been' by mortals and by five I
for my,Extensive and,Varied Successor to J. C. Norwood and Co.,* Ledge, Florida.
: .. 'Solicit Correspondence.
Within a certain woodland's blessed shade "* .
There dwells star eyed. red lipped little maid.
Whose glance so arch bo altogether tender. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. D.L.. GAULDEN,
Would bring a whole battalion to surrender. TITUSVILLE FLA. 33
Bat twice ten thousand promises she's mine: Spring ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
But did she know her beauty so divine C. T.Hardware. : : : ., ,

Could she but see-as I-the grace that's In her. Titusville, Florida.
There'd be DO longer;.hope for this poor sinner. j
And bad I seen ere winning this fair creature. & WILLIAMS,
My monstroiui u Ite't In form and feature have Inaugurated a JONES
As her discarded: lover now do view it. .
I never would have had the face to do it.
.", The Century rEl.AND: Gen'l Merchandise General Produce AttOl'UC.s-at-La
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Titusville Florida.
He Wanted It.

"Is it possible sir."said the visitor as he CLEARANCESALE MERCHANT.
looked at a specimen in the museum of the G E0. M. BOBBINS,
Scientific association"that this is a petrifaction STORE.
Melbourne. Florida
sir," replied the custodian, with
pardonable pride"that is a genuino petrifiedham. A. M. Hamilton & Co., TITUSVILLE, r L.\.

"Is it for saler demanded the visitor ex TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA, M. THRASHER,

citedly. "If it is I want it. I don't care a I propose to keepFirstClass Wholesale Dealers In A.

(You have guessed correctly. He was the

proprietor of a railway eating house... }-Chicago A Stock Indian River Oysters P. O. Box 20, S.\ FORI', FLA.
Tribune. .' Will practice in all the counties of tie ixtett'j!
: Circuit and Supreme Court. 3
.. The Bustle. FISI-I

Oh the blooming blooming bustle, *v WINTERDRESS -OF- A LLEN E. HEYSER,
The flouncing bouncing bustle Green Turtle and Game.
The heaving weaving bustle
That the maid of fashion wears! All orders will receive prompt and careful at- Attorney-at-Law
DRESSGOODS tention, whether by telegraph, all COByeyancer,
How it quaps and quakes and quivers.How : letter or person. 17
GROCERIES I..ake"orth Dade County, Florida,
It oscillates and shivers. ----------

How it shocks all modest livers r PIONEER COOPERAGESyrup Will furnish Abstracts Title to Dade
' When in public it appears 1
Barrels $2.25. County
When extended and expanded
As fashion is demanded A1; cct
by e
Gauged to order ten cents extra. T5 B. BURCHFIELD,
I think if you are candid
With me you will agree and .
DRY GOODS Wheelwrighting Repairing.C. .

That this absurd illusion COUNTY SURVEYOR.Orders .
Is a snare and a delusion. '. ALSO A LARGE LINE OF O. B.
And conducive to confusion by mail will receive as prompt
In a very high degree. NOTIONS honey barrels and Oval Water Breakers attention as calls in person.Address .
Detroit Free Press. S OES from 2.00 up.
9 \ : Georgiana, Fla.

Paying Them Off Tanksand : --

Magazine Editor-Did you pay the artist Mcns' Ladies' & Chilrtrens'CLOTHING all kinds of COOPER WORK to order.T. I TT. F. ATKINSON.
who illustrated that great poem "ChristmasChimes" HATS SHIRTS PANTS

on our first page! JOHNSON JUSTICE OF THE PEACEFor
Secretary Yes, sir. Sent him a check for SaOES..A..TS: : LaGrange : : Florida.
$250. ETC., AT COST. the Second Justice District of Bre-
"Good. How much did you pay the en- vard county; Court days, third Mondayof

graver? Oak' Lawn !House each month.
"I sent him $75. ; ,

"Yes.About Is seventeen there any" leftr I Make Redactions on Many THE MUSIC HOUSE OF FLORIDA.

I "Very well Send it to the man who Lake Worth, Dade County, Fla.
wrote the poem.-Pbiladelphia Record. Other Lines 9
New House and Furnished.
Newly I
Rooms single or in Suites. A. B. CA IPBELL I

Most for Least Money. An know I can Save You Money on Jacksonville, Fla. ] t
Customer What yo' charge for gittin' NEAR THE INLET.
totora.fs took Purchases.MY .

Photographer- $6 dozen
duplicates, (3 per dozen. I will Sell and Deliver at your nearest
Best View of Lake and Ocean
Customer Wall, I guess I'll jes hab haf INf1V'V station First-Class
dozen duplicates tooken.Harper's Weekly. STOCK OF

: Gent's Furnishing Goods, And best Hunting and Fishing grounds PJA.: : cS
About Time. on Lake Worth.
I fr First J Jeweler What is the matter at Slow or.
coach & Fogy's; have they failed ALSOCROCKERY Fine Lawn shaded by monster Oaks

Second Ditto-Well, n-o-o, but I under- SPRINGMILLINERY and Tropical Growth, both OR.GrANSrOR
stand that they have given up adn rtisin .-
Wild and Cultivated.Try .
Jewelers' Weekly.To GLASSWARE LKrS MONEY than any other house IB its
us once and you will come again. United bUtes. I always guarantee imtrunifnU
be as represented. I tt ill ship a Piano or Orpa to
Mephlstopheles. ALLEN E. HEYSER, Proprietor. any honest man or woman on trial and it sot
"There is a.d1nn1ty"which shapes our ends?* satisfactory I will pay trt'ighbotb waja. Stt
Is a saying doubtless true: HARDWAREAND cash and $10 a month on a Piano and 110 nth and
But Judging from some portraits bui3We've GREEN AND DRIED FRUITS, $5 a month on an Organ till paid for-not much
seen, B Beelzebub of you more than ordinary rent. On theM veryUbtr
There seems to be one also whom LADIES' HATS, Foreign ami Domestic. terms anyone can own a instrument. Send for
FREE full Information.
CATALOGUE containing
No sinful thing escapes Sheet Music Strings,Violin. Banjo, Guitar. Atcordeonn -
Who shapes our ends and likewise whoDoth RIBBONS, aud in fact, every Musical lastnu&eat
,, rend our shapes. Selser Bro. that is made and at very low prices. Send for complete -
New York Evening Sun. FEATHERS, Goods.These Gomp'y Catalogues. I have 20.000 pieces of Choice
Ship Chandlery Music at 10 cent per copy. 5, Music at 10 cenfs 5OUO Books of Choice 1 1r
per copy.
No Question About It. Arrive.. These .
Have to
Agents for Bishop, Hoyt & Co's Ham- Vocal and Instrumental Music at 50 cents aw!J
Fenderson in a cynical vein)-If people can will be added to constantly. Also, mock Land Florida Oranges, Cents. Any piece of sheet music published, at 2
see me as clearly as.1 can see them,they must t f 50 per cent below publishers prices. Books of 3
regard me as a blamed fooL Citra, Florida. I pieces each, sheet music size, 10 cents. send for

Fo Undoubtedly, they can see much SPRING DRESS GOODSA Catalogue.A. .
clearer than you.-Boston Transcript. B. Campbell, Jacksonville, Fla.

will be 'the main features of my COMMISSION MERCHANDISE. [Mention this paper.) dJrrA .
Slangy, Yet Probable. Beautiful Line of all Em- business, but orders sent me for anything -
First Hotel Waiter Where's your necktie Most kept in any store in Titus- man who is interested in his own
Billf broidered vine will be promptly filled. welfare will be pleased to know tha t
Second Hotel Waiter-I've lost it, sure
enough. 1 guess it's "in the soup.Nebraska LADIES'ROBES, Special Attention Given Florida Fruits. ANDREW GIBSON

State Journal 28 N. Delaware Avc., and 29 Water St. Keeps the finest oysters to be found in

Cause for B olclnJ:. And all over Will buy Fruits,.Eggs, Chickens, Philadelphia Pa. Titusvillc,

No more the sun our faces fries, VALENCIENESE LACES, ,
No the
more we mop brow Or any Country Produce my customersor References-Seventh Nat'l. Bank Pro-
And best of all, there are no flies In White and Black.
On any of us now. friends may bringto duce Nat'l. Bank; Mercantile Agenciesor Bread always on hand.

-Boston Courier.A Ladies' Silk Mitts, Gloves, Etc. i market.I any Produce House Philadelphia. Also a first-class] Barber shop attached.

Cheap Costume. A large line of Corsets from 50 cents i

Miss Verathin Sarah Bernhardt type-oh) to $5.00 each.Gentlemen's. I Traveling North or South take eL.iue
dear I I wish I knew what character to select) ask for a share of the public patronage -

for the fancy'balL' I want to find somethingthat and come as a supplicant, not a

won't cost much for costuming. I die tator, asking for your favors.If S. S.
Laundried and Unlaun- J.V.Jallory
Little Brother say sis::, gild your head courteous treatment,good ,
and go us: a pair otongs..-Philadelphia dried Shirts. goods and low figures is

Record. the candidate for
The most Varied Line of Gentlemen's public favor, "V1.a : : between

SEWING CIRCLE GOSSIP. Straw Hats, bought cheap and Marked then I'melected.

Some of the new umbrella handles are Low Down. New York and Florida, Boston, Philadelphia and (he East,

hideous enough to-frighten a girl out of
for Plow Co.
her wits.A Agent Chattanooga ,
My Chilled Plows and Sailing
'' SugarCane
novel conceit is the use of Russian
sleigh bells on frames for call bells on Mills. :
fashionable tea tables.A STOCK OF GROCERIESWas .
liquid is now:sold that is guaranteedto
make shabby,sealskin look "as goodas never more complete.I Iron Steamships STATE OF TEXAS, CITY' OF SAN ANTONIO and
new. Now every woman can be her .

.own dyer.In pride myself on the Superior Butter, | Are large, elegant, deep-draft and comfortable, sailing alternately. Table
houses where there has been con- ,. the best ,the Coast. ,
Coffee, Teas, Crackers, Etc., I am en- on ,'
tagious illness, the fur rugs are dangerous -
abled offer the trade.
and be buried SCHEDULE.
ought to any quantityof

feet under ground. I keep in Stock Plant's Flour-none I NORTH-BOUND, from Fernandina connecting with 5:40 p. in. train from Jackson

"Art embroideries' in lambrequins, better. \ .. 1". vine. \
piano covers, chair scarfs and what not (
nave run,riot in the newest examplesseen Grits and Meal arriving every week, te CITY OF SAN ,ANTONIO, Captain Wilder.. 318 r. 7ili
and it can well be imagined that STATE OF TEXAS;, Captain dhams....................... U&
it Fresh and Sweet.
the designers must be in the asylum. insuring CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder.............. =lit.

Footstools of goatskin, with alleged Large Stock of Hay and Grain at all STATE OF TEXAS, Captain Williams................... It"I nth

"real horn feet," are put forth as new, times. CITY OF SAN" ANTONIO- Captain Wilder.............. 4th
btt yet aro advertised for sale at really '
:* -Order all Freight t,rfc Mallory Steamship Line from Pier No. 21 E R.. New York.
"hand Dledown" prices. It may be Harlem Most close living prices.: made. on. aUgoods' 'A 3"Special'Agents are principal points through Florida, where tickets can be secured.n.
goats aro more numerous this sea- N information obtained. '
i"this i
son. g jj"? and bertha secured in advance from J ckscnvUl and Fernandina office.
.. Trains from F. R.&N.R'y. run directly to ship's side at Fernandina.
Large solid silver card cases, such as \ $3-Any further Information can be obtained from
our grandmothers reveled in,are comingin t J. }t. CUTLER, Passenger Agent, corner Bar and Hogan streets, Jacksonville,Fl*.
fashion again after a long and regretted G-EO. B. RTTMPH,1TITUSVILLE I 1 I O.H. H.It. RAYMOND HUBBY Agent General, Fernaudina Traveling, Fla.Agent.
absence. It is the proper thing

the to have side.your name or initial engraved'on FXA. S. :B:. :EJ.a.v.1 I- C H. MALLORY & CO.. General Agents, Pier 20 E. R. M\ YORK CITY.




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'- Q! : Tta Upright Piano oaij $200 i U>--it: AU the oneor unJ.itiJ\l\.U U l vllt

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Arnica Salve. >l Too. C t.taXvtae Fri.S6OO j I beini? m uu" ov'unty of lvnfv tvl ai Stj*tr:

DealSGtfs e1.DSJ. The test zalre in the world for cuts, j. riruu.IUCCU. Parlor Organ Qiy $65 I I I of FkdJa. to-wit; u'ttW' \1 V of fti"n
1Tovn 55 uth of Rito
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braises, *ore*. clcers, salt rc aia, fever C LS attus Tr St Rett-U &krFltatt s *a>uix
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CHINC'aSide aad all kin ercpdons aid poitirely a. Stool Cover Instructor Music Book
cores: A ,
Tuwn Fan 41
Paid.ttctr > il\-t\. T, truuticpon -
and all
required.It Freight .
cnre ptle or pay
BacK WIaad is guaranteed to,give perfect satisfaotioa pensp tfri j.< tUp & 't"fl .... Imlun Kiner.tIt southeast <\vtier cc ItU- ]

: refacded. Price 25 cents I f &'t" w c 5' ..fNa. ITS 6 L.D .. m'ndnU iil riven theinv runuins 1.

4I Slfit. P E y fs: rQ.vJo J. or money ifr' .. ('..a.. # d d h 3 r IFVif* \'tws: n1Ir tv the trvt V ark line; thtnt'tuttrth'rrdir I
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y., Q d7 per 00,= For sale by all""drug stores ..".... hr ..... C"S.-n.\rs.. asi 1M (bpf f car cell ; thence eatw nlly to the river -"

P g,Y..L"rrei5 cc.e Ss 5r f ::::... c.-- 1'.UU'\ TUK", and oa Indian .1.MTer. tbs.. ; ptt "Sterpt cuj..FUiX1"REMEMBER ttftrrn c.lN;,+.xt t ; thence svuthwanily' to the lipnniiijr KVa5
: r r 'noe ...aa.t .atr =- 1 tocimtain ,
rnc., --.I( _c&f :S less I ![ trrrntrarrt5* $.
-SLM... .u drajtse.,,4tr F+ 772 Pt .4ii *3ascLC TIlelacl1aa RiTer Coaatrr.Secnad t Term cahu lurvha: >er JVITS for title
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+ ... ", :Edition (retiad) of the Bre- J. 1DAVI*,
dseamI .
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east-'yai zr ec.:
8S9 issued Adtumx>trator i\f the estate of Willum.
ticrxrLIao,:. rardCopnty Pamphlet ,jut j: DUUDTBS PRICK OXI.T F.

i jdttcriptrre of the Indian Biter country: \i Wonderful! Chill l and Fever Espalier\. U b On''rrs. Kussell, Ueeeased. 42-4w.

tltH Clitaate, Health and description of.ii i i; BEST 1XSTRUM RXTS. This sale l\\\stl\U oed by order ot the-
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It carts the ckds tad Trtr. tnars p y t at,
'-t.ct wIT"r a o. ee,.ties" Le. lssJztta.7 'L placet. 70 pages, with nap j ;ttrs&a tjprtiie,fcciagas;strength aad IkuiItL t..U: ALL 13 D-\TPTRUt-FREIGHT P.'tl County Judp to the first
A. n.. .. .
with cc.
| Free on application stamps
> R'SUMPTI V P! 'pr to i; Lifpman Brothers. Whole 1e Dru.t. this March lt 1SSO.S .

'_". "AlIkE'" c.oEIli T 'il are at+l JL L. HATCH, sole manufacturers: and proiutetoxs,1:'pp- LUDDEN&BATESS8UTBEB3 I I.TEn GRAHAM.

cz.a&lie- s.at6s.""iiCae-C. 7aE.r filii&. ,mac.Cesemrs ....c.. ... Crrr PORT, Fu.I I mann block Savannah Ga. BBSS HOBE. S A411i. CL Conuwu10.

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addition to ;
LOCAL LACOIVICS. 'Lieut. Purcell arrived here on las t I within three years. In f

evening's train. above it is intended to operate a numbe ...
-Local advertisements are ten cents divide -
shovels the high land
steam on
-Mr. E. S. Hamilton is on a trip fc
per line. where floating dredges cannot operate I
this week.
-Ir. Willis A. Bessey, of Wavelandhas Jupiter At the Haulover canal where variabl

been a visitor to Titusville for a day -Mr. J. M. Lee returned from Jack currents are met, which disturbs the

or so this week. sonville yesterday.Dr. sediment and at times shoals the canal,

-Capt. James Pritchard spent a few L. T. Daniel, of Cocoa, was ;a it is proposed to build a gmrd-lock, so as Cash Bazar

days at the Hotel Ponce de Leon, St visitor to our town yesterday for a short to do away with this disturbing element The Peoples'On

Augustine, last week. while. In addition to this it is decided to complete )

Money 1 Money! Money 111 tc+ -The morning service at St. Gabriel't the jetties along the banks of the

loan on real estate. Apply to Bobbins Episcopal Church is now held at 10:3( canals, and maintain them by riprappin

& Graham Titusville. instead of 11 o'clock. Regular services with stone on their crests so as to preven t

-River,Fronts for sale on easy term! every Sunday until notice to the contraryis any washing or disintegration of its Corner, next to Railway Depot, Btosiffle.

bulk. This embankment will effectually
for cash. See A. V. Hiscock, Georgiana given.

Fla. He means business. -Indian River Lodge held a special prevent any sediment from entering the+ For Cash-Button hole twist, lc., full 100yd.; black silk thread 3c.; spool cotton -

shell lime of A 1 quality is meeting Monday evening. We learn thai canal from natural elements from the 2c.; best brass pins 4c.; American pins lie. pkg.; socks 4c up; good note paper

-Oyster for sale J. S. Watson of :HI they are seriously considering the erectionof sides, north and south of the canal, which 6 sheets, lc.; black ink 3c.; best machine oil 3c.; hammocks SOc. to$1:32; scissort 4c!
offered by a building to be used for masonic ser at the present time causes the canal to to 32c.; whisk brooms 5c.: ; suspenders, 12 to 20 c.; Island City knittingcottonSJc;
Dora. Price furnished on application. shoal materially and impedes progress to Flannel Shirts from 75c. to $1.25; crochet quilts, bed spreads: buttons, bustles,*u-

-Pressure of local matter and river vices. tionery, blacking-brushes, towels, napkins, cartridges, in fact, anything you want,
the -Mr. J. P. Turner received TueSda navigation. at the People's Cash Bazaar cheaper than you ever bought before.
news, compels us to defer publishing While this work has been of material
until next morning the sad news of the death of his Men's Undershirts, from 20c. to 40c.
Grand Jurors presentment and
assistance and benefit to navigation
father who resided in Georgia. He
week. is in accordance with the conditions
: started the same day to be present at his
Patronize the new sail-boat line burial. imposed on the company, yet they expectto

which Carries your goods to your own keep on working, and perfect a clear
wharf. Address H. Q. Hawley, Titus- -Judge Usher's new steam launch arrived channel-w y to accomodate the expected
in and while here
town yesterday
ville, Fla., for terms. traffic, etc. The company also intend to
will have the water tanks placed in po-
-Mr. J.W. Whitlock of Connecticut,, develope a system of improvement by
sition. Mr. Eacott does the work.
has purchased land from Mr. Robert Morrow drainage and otherwise, of the lands they WE CALL THE ATTENTIONOf
was built by Messrs. Joyner & Uooth, of
just west of town and adjoining the receive from the State, which drainage,
credit them and Indian
Cocoa and is a to
place owned by Mrs. Lowden. will necessarily carry with it the drainage the people of Indian River to our stock of Good,
River as a piece of workmanship.A and which will which offering at very close margin.
-1\lr. L. C. Oliver received this weeka of the whole coast, we are
company has been organized to of We make a specialty of
beautiful upright piano from Messrs. greatly enhance the value adjoining
St. Johns river at or near
connect ,
Davis Bro. of Savannah. It is a Har lands, etc.
r Lake Harney,by canal with Indian River, is marking and
feels The Canal management now Grain flour
rington and its new owner quite Groceries Hay
miles north of
of it. near Aurantia, about ten out the channel at all points where ,
L, proud The canal it is ,
this place. proposed sup- the channel is in any way tortuous or
' -Mr. T. J. O'Brien,of Jupiter, who is posed will be able to float large steamers lifficult. The beacons used in this instance On which we will give special inducements. We carry a large stock oflENT'S
connected with the signal service at that Indian River to the St.
S directly from; are prominent, quite attractive, AND SHOES HATS AND CAPS ETC.
point, was in town on Sunday en Johns. ,
and easily distinguished; all the beacons
to Washington, D. C., on a leave of absence -At the raffle last week at Mr. Braniinbg's ire substantially made and protected to Which we are offering at low figures. Those needing shoes will find it greatly to

for about tjiree-weeks. ', p** for the music box, Mr. Will Richards liigh-water line with yellow metal. Their their interest to give us a call as we are selling shoes very low.

-Births-On Sunday, the 17th inst., to threw the lucky number, 47; he being discs are, for the east side of the channel, We will be pleased to quote prices at any time.

Mr. and Mrs. Laney, of this place,an in- the second name on the list. He immediately in the shape of two open fans with the E. L. BR..A.DYT -.

fant son; on Monday, the 25th inst., to sold his throw for ten dollars large: end out, five and a half feet square.

Mr. and Mrs. F. H.- oye, also of Titus-. to; C. H. Scott, who subsequently sold to The face painted one-half red and the T

vvjlje, an_infant daughter. Mr. E. L. Brady for fifteen dollars, consequently ther+ white, the white being in every .A.B.A.-Y

-Orange wraps Orange -wraps he carried off the music. nstance next to the channel. The discs Gra :aUC ,

1,500 reams orange wraps, all sizes, for -Mr. H. Q. Hawley has just finished for the west side of the channel are oval

sale cheaper than ever sold on Indian a commodious wharf-house at the end of shape 4x6, upright painted one half (Formerly: of the firm of Huckabay & Budgie: ,)

River. Must close out our stock. T. the new city wharf and in connection vertical black, and the other next to the

Hatchett & Co., Titusville, Fla. & will run a line of swift sailing boats of channel white; between these main beacons 1' ill OpenFurniture a Large Stock of

-We have been requested by several different( tonnage to suit the trade. Those : there are also placed at short distances -

persons' to call the attention of our town interested in cheaper transportation will finger boards, painted white with

officials and councilmen tithe fact that lo well to communicate with Mr. Hawley me vertical black stripe; the finger-end and Bedding

Article X of our town ordinances in ref- addressing him at Titusville. lIe pointing out the channel. On the completion -

erence to dogs should be more stringently guarantees; satisfaction and quick trans- of the setting of these beacons

enforced. portation.; most any one unacquainted with the In January at their old stand, and solicits the patronage of all hb

Bishop Weed will visit Titusvillenext -Nearly all the inside finishing work channel, will be able to navigate any of friends on the river. 36

Wednesday, the 3rd of April, holding m Mr. Hutchinson's new hotel has he streams of the water-way, and whent .

evening service in fct.? Gabriel's seen+ completed. Examination shows the t i is completed, it will be a substantial
Church at 7:30 o'clock, at which time all ooms to be quite large airy and commanding mprovement. ROBBINS & ,

candidates for confirmation now prepar- fine views of river and town. It is to be hoped that the new regime

ing will be confirmed.The Very shortly the proprietor will commence will be able to gratify their desire by

locomotive for the Lake Worth to tear away the main building of mshing the completion of the canal to aucce

and Jupiter Railroad arrived here last trle Titus House, moving the wings of I ,sful end, and thus to give to the REAL ESTATE BROKERS & LOAN AGENTS.

eastward until the 1 eople along these beautiful waterways,
Saturday, and was loaded on the steam hat structure near .
These will be used' a L standard channel, able to accommodate
lighter Lochahatchee, Monday and Tues new building. rooms
lines, that will enable them '
. daIt looks quite small in comparisonwith as an addition to the new hotel. We competing SOLD.
hope to see this new hotel opened for to give to the people the best facilities to LANDS BOUGHT
the running on
regular engines
I main line. quests miner.and kept open during the coming hip their produce, and thus developnd Loans Negotiated on First Class Security at from 12 to 24 per cent
improve our beautiful coast.
-Captain Zellers shipped another Manatee OBSERVER. Choice lots in rapidly growing Towns, will net investors 100 per

north the first of this week-one he Editor Florida Star. ent. in twelve months.

; recently captured on the St. Lucie river. Your Correspondent has had the satis Residence lots in Titusville from 820 up to $1000.

I He seems to be able to capture these animals faction of viewing most of the work done Business lots from $250 to 82,500.

I at any time that suits his conve- by the East Coast Canal, within the last OY4

nience. This one measured about eight few days, and also of examining the Agents for Florida Southern Railway Lands

feet and six inches in length. charts and plans, and profiles of work to
,, w ucyrROYAaawr
-Lieutenant Hitchcock, of the U. S. be done and required, to complete the $ More than 3,000,000 Acres of Choice Lands, located in nearly everT

Navy, arrived here Monday afternoonand Canal from St. Augustine to the south !_oirrnJ--- Duet in the State, suitable for Farming, Grazing, Fruit and VegetableS

proceeded immediately to Canaveralto end of Lake Worth ti. _' Jrowing-Pine, Cypress and Cedar Timber, price $l per Acre and

look after details in relation to movingthe The parties into whose hands the canal- .o ipwards.

light house further back from the affairs have passed, seem to have the P. 0. Box 250 Titusville, Florida. .

ocean beach. An appropriation of $80- ready means and the push, and withal

000 has been made by Congress for this they are apparently bent, that the canal WALTER S. GRAHAM.Clerk .
shall be finished. They have had competent I ,
' work which will soon be commenced.Dr. th **. V.
I Law.
Circuit Court. Atty.
in the field for the
F. H. Houghton and lady returned -
from their trip to Jupiter and last four or five months, examining the 5REYARD ABSTRACT OF TITLE COMPAE]

Lake Worth on the steamer St. Lucie, route, whose report, just handed in,
i shows the location etc., of all the con- ID Bre-
and fullio overflow describ- to all lands
Sunday, are 4K1M0POWDER ;omelets Abstracts of Title furnished
ing the trip as it appeared to them. It is templated works. The works, so located, yard county, Florida.
at different places most
are eighty-nine ;
needless to say they enjoyed the trip im-
mensely. Dr. Houghton has located his of them are in open water-ways, and Titles Examined and Perfected.Box J
these different treatment to those
dental parlor at the Grand View Hotel 250 Titusville, Fla.
that are to be made in high or solid cuts. ,..
and is prepared to attend all work.
These works are intended to be so constructed MASTER'S SALE.
R.A.Hardee returned :Monday
-Capt. that there will be no difficultyin Pure. Under and by virtue of a decree i&ufS
afternoon from his trip to the Gulf Coast maintaining their channels perma- Absolutely PORTER & POTTER I'out of the Circuit Court of the&=Tenth
and informed us that he had made the This powder pever varies. A marvel of purity, dicial Circuit of Florida,in and for BreTardunty
and all times boats of all
at -
nently, strength, and wholesomeness. :More! economicalthan therein d
exchange of property as mentioned in and cannot be sold in in a certain cause
the ordinary kind -
descriptions, navigating these waters, is compl:
with the multitude of low test, short ing, wherein James T.Small
the STAR last week of his mill competition
. saw property will meet with no impediment or delays. weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in Real Estate Dealers ant and Jessie D. Trafford and Alfred w-
Indian River for Powder Co.. 105 Wall Street will M 3in j -ttf
on an orange grove The present cuts are only half the widthof New cans.York.J. Royal. Baking Traffordare defendants, I the
Port He is much Chancery sell at public outcry
pleased .a3l
near Tampa. .. '
of the
the ultimate and final size
for cash,on
with the transaction and that all he PRITCHARD, President. Lake Worth, Dade Co., Fla. highest and best bidder,
says BROWN,Cashier. beiDf
canal. The final width is to be 80 feet : \V. M. day, the first day of April, the same
could wish would be now to have thatro'"e in open waters, and CO feet in marsh or the first Monday in the month and 01 a Jegs1 r3k
located Indian River. INDIAN RIYER BANK. the feral hours
on sale day, between
solid soil and coquina. The quantity of FOR SALE. in front of the Court House door in the, 10"

-The lighter used for erecting beacons, materials to be excavated is rather larger of Titusville Florida,. the follo g.ftk-
TiUisvillc, Florida.A A tract of land on Indian River in the of Jot cnC
owned by the East Coast Canal Company, than was thought before the engineers county of' Brevard consisting of 88 scribed real estate, to-wit All ball of Jot
arrived here last Thursday afternoon, in made their surveys. The quantity so tobe GENERAL acres; it being lot if'o. 3, and south half (1) of Block L, and (11)), said lots being
eleven (
of block
tow by the Kathleen," Messrs. Hodgson moved is estimated to be,between St. SACTED. of the northeast quarter of section 35, one situate((1)in! the town of TitubvUle. and are

Brothers. After securing, a supply of Augustine and Lake Worth, in round prompt Exchange attention bought given and to sold.collections.Special Loans and and lot No. 3, being the south west quarter more clearly and particularly shoo
of the northwest
wood the following morning the lighter numbers, 3,250,000 cubic yards.: This negotiated on first mortgage for Savings quarter of section map of said town of Titusville
I Banks, Corporations and Individuals. Inter 36, both in township 31 south, range 39 Francis LeBaron,and now oaBrerard taco
started dawn the river. She resembles large quantity is so large, that if onlyone est allowed on time deposits. east. This is a very desirable piece of one in the Clerks' office of coltDty,

somewhat a pile driver, and will place dredge,was used, it would take about Advances made'n on available collateral. hammock, soil of rich quality, suitablefor Florida, together with all the'l'potensrces !
the tripods standards for the proposed twenty years to handle this material. Approved Drafts on business all parts paperjdiscounted.of Europe. the raising of all tropical fruit. Is thereunto belonging or in an,1I'JSe'P: ;
at Jacksonville rates. situated at the Narrows nearEnos Terms cash.
Business done post-
pertaining. A.D.
beacons all down the river. These bea- But the present company are preparingto Every favor, consistent,with sound ffice. Will sell cheap for cash. For Dated this 23rd day of February-, ,
article in comission five six large banking, cheerfully extended.
cons arc further described in an place or particulars address 1889. E t

published elsewhere in our columns this dredge boats, so as to reduce the time in Jacksonville CORRESPONDENTS, Fla.; The:Bank Seaboard of Jacksonville National, 1 E. 1\1. LOW, 'S WALTER Brevard s. GMT Co.. -

week. which to complete the york, if possible Bank,New York. 23 Sept. 3. Brockton. Mass. Master Chancery,