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:
April 4, 1889


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


Situated on the banks of the Indian River, Titusville in Brevard County was settled in 1867 by a former Confederate officer, Henry Theodore Titus, and his wife, Mary Hopkins Titus. The town was incorporated in 1887, by which time it was already famous for its citrus and pineapple crops. The arrival of the Florida East Coast Railroad in 1892 laid the groundwork for a tourist industry as well. The Florida Star and later the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle provide a diary of these developments. The Florida Star was a weekly newspaper published by P.E. Wagner from 1880 to approximately 1882 and later by S.W. Harmon. On November 1, 1912, the newspaper moved from Titusville to Cocoa, Florida. The Florida Star ceased publication around 1917 and was succeeded in turn by the Indian River Star, which operated until 1920. Another Titusville paper, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle began on July 13, 1900, as a continuation of the Indian River Advocate and East Coast Chronicle; the latter had been preceded by both the East Coast Advocate, edited by W.S. Graham, and the Indian River Advocate. In 1920, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle merged with the Indian River Star and was subsequently published under the title of the Star Advocate.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note:
Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note:
Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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General Presentment. account will show that on the 1st day of On Saturday the Ramon, took a us a call last week. Mr. Ruhl is one of Lake Worth.

'Ve, the Grand Jury in and for the January, A. D. 1889, the county was in- party of about thirty to the beauti- the party controlling Melbourne and There is talk of
some now gettinga
body of Brevard at,their Spring term of debted in the sum of six hundred and ful place of Mr. Chas. Latham- Atlantic Railway and its accompanying postoffice opened at Juno.

o>nr tA.D.1889, having finished our labors thirty-seven dollars and eighty-one cents, Oak? Lodge. Abundant refresh- property, and is looking over the countryand ".

in the investigation of all matters $637.81..) To meet this debt and to pro- ments were provided, and.the party prospects to see what improvementsit F. S. Dewey has accepted a position -

irbich have been laid before us, hereby vide for the current expenses of the report having had a most enjoyable is necessary and advisable to make on of Capt. U. D. Hen- ;

Bufcetbe following general presentment: county, taxes were levied in A. D. 1888, time. the property this summer. He is charmed -

.,,"e have made an examination of af- which are now in process of collectionand Telegrams were received here with the country and climate, and E. B. Plunkett has put on a teamto '

foci o(the county officers and received the report of the appropriations of stating that ex-President Cleveland much pleased with the location and improvements haul his own vegetables across T

their reports. That of the County Com- which will duly appear for this current would be down on the steamer St. of Melbourne Beach. We to Jupiter. .

plssioners herewith appended makes a year. Lucie on Friday night. A great look for some big things after his return Otha Hardin, brother of Dr. W. ,
most satisfactory showing in spite of the The Board further show that the rigid many of our citizens went to see, north. A. Hardin, arrived on the 20th to .
of a long and rigid and shake the hand of, the popular remain permanently. .
extraordinary expense quarantine necessary to keep the yellow ex-President. The people begin to realize that Melbourne
quarantine. fever out of Brevard County was maintained Beach is the most accessible pointto Tomato shipping is still on the
It is plainly shown that by the time all at a cost of $2600.00 to the county. Oyster season, alas, is over withus reach the ocean and the nearest for increase; other vegetables are also y
collected the will be This ; the last lot were closed out on north in fair
the taxes are county the Board greatly deplored but being most of the up-river people. On the going quantities.A .
practically free of debt, and that county constantly prompted by the opinion of Saturday. We still have our meals
as usual and noticed at the 27th a large party from Rock Ledge 30-room addition is to be add-
business has been ably and faithfully ad- their fellow-citizens, they deemed their stores and market, last week, Irish came down on the Lela V. ; the party ed to the Cocoanut Grove House as ,

, ministered. action necessary and warranted. and sweet potatoes, egg plants, cab- consisted of R. 'V. Tidwell, Misses Lillian soon as possible after the close of

We strongly urge that the collector of Dated this 18th day of March, 1889. bage, turnips, rutabagas, radishes, and Ettie Tidwell, Miss Johnson,Mrs. the present season. 55

tiles enforce in all cases the payment of ROBERT MORROW, Chairman. fruit, tomatoes, snap beans, onions, Wilkinson, Miss Meta Wilkinson, Mrs. The County School Board have

licenses which has not hitherto been done. new Irish potatoes, oranges, grape Toole, Miss Grace Patterson, Webb Pat- decided to give another month's

The books of Assessor, Treasurer, GENERAL FUND. fruit, strawberries, etc. tm.son1r., and Mrs. E. Williams, Miss school to all districts in the county
To amount of cash
Superintendent, Clerk and Sheriff, hand January 1st. 1888 on, $19.31To The public school house on the Myra Williams, Mrs. R. C. May, Miss where it is desired. "

we find neat, well kept and correct so far amount received south side has received a coat of Mamie May, Mrs. V. A. Wood, Miss R. As the late elected County Treas-

uTe are able to determine. We find by during the year from paint; a bell is also provided for Wood, Mr. Walter Goodyear Dr. L. A. urer has refused to qualify, it is

i inspection that the water in use at theO the Comptroller of the when wanted. Messrs. R. W. Scovil, Mrs. Scovil, Mrs. Sherwood, Miss probable the Governor will be askedto

, >urt House and Jail is quite unfit for State tax certificates for tax account sold.$1145.49To of Goode and D. B. Grubb deserve Reymon, E. L. Magruder, H. D. Lap- appoint Dr. J. H. Brelsford.

use; indeed think it detrimental to amount received great credit for their untiring efforts ham and Chester McFadden. The day James Kinsley: came down from
health. We therefore recommend that from the collector of to complete the building, '
was perfect, the lunch baskets were numerous Juno on the 22d and returned on
(he county have tin gutters placed under Revenue on taxes 1888..4370.74To which they have done almost un
and well filled, and a delightful the 23d. Lack of gruh was what
cash received from aided. Mr. Goode has also clearedup ,
the eaves of the court house and a cypress the Masonic picnic was had on the beach, surf bath- ran him away from home.
\. Lodge..10.00 around the building and cleared
astern built of three or four thousand .............................................$5545.54By the, paths thereto. ing, gathering shells, etc., serving to The Mary B. arrived from Jack-
gallons capacity for catching rain water amount of scriptof while:the happy hours away. The party sonville on the 25th The Bon Ton ,
JorJise, which work we estimate would 1888 paid and destroyed The Ramona has been charteredto had excellent time and left
.. an wishingand left for the B. I. R. the 20th and
hundred ................................... 5524.58 take a trip to Eden, Major on
cost: from seventy-five to one fully resolved to come again. They was followed by the Ina on the
To balance in handon Graves, Captain and Mrs. Wilcox, r
dollars. Jan. 1st 1889....................... 20.96 Mr. H. S. ttuhl, of Buffalo, N. Y.: ; I"" w ThEether disappointed in this respect 27th.
We find the Court House Jail and outbuildings -
J cf agiled to find the dangerous beach.
BUILDING FUND. Mr.and Mrs. H. Whiting, Mr. and Quite a number of squatters are
in good repair and the grounds t, death Ious undertow and the of
.. To balance on hand Mrs. Glenn, Mr. and M rs. BeaujeaMr. i V heaps reported as having located on the ,
but tai
neatly kept, prisoners in Jail well fed and Jan. 1st 1888'....................$6.20 Henry, Mrs. Cummings, At tt i and hi", sea-\Teed filled, with snakes Government lands up the Loca-
cued for.Following. To amount received and Mrs. Chase, Mr. and iron u n Thwhey had been told were character- hatchie, about three miles from Ju-

a time-honored usage of past from Collector..............$529.80 Schuyler, Messrs. Hcrvey _1c of the locality.The piter.

grand juries, we recommend the building From To amount received of the Mitchell and Misses Grac1, throwmings regatta at Goat Creek, last Saturday The steamer Lake Worth began
Comptroller is
Qf! a brick vault for the safe keeping of State............................82.56 I Grace M Ely an.1,ipso lea i'host'-. March 30th, was a decided success. running the 23d, but owing to*

the puplic books and records, and the ............................................. 618.56 Goode are numbered ;AU' 00 u-he Mr. C. J. Hector and Major C. E. Graves some little further alteration needing -'
purchase of a book for town plats now By amount of war- party. ose, sine chartered the Lady Bedford to convey completion she is not yet running -' .
rants pd and destroyed.............. 275.11 f.sphat regularly.
lying round loose. The Osprey went d' ".le river another large party from Melbourne and
To balance on hand vent
We commend to the notice of JusticesIn January 1st 1889..................... 343.45 with Messrs. Alexa s tt, and Ellison Melbourne Beach. It was a typical Some of ouryoung lady residentswill
the various precincts the necessity of ROAD FUND. the proposed triibe i'> St. Lucie, Florida day, the breeze being strong soon go north to attend the

requiring witnesses in criminal cases to To balance on hand whence they ex efchc' to go back to enough to necessitate reefing sails. A wedding of some of their frends,

give bond for appearance before the grand Jan. 1st 1888.$510.31To Cow Creek and tVuJemi.nole Indian company of nearly one hundred people and not to complete arrangementsfor
cash received of camps in the jWerglades. They their own as it was at first ru
jury to facilitate their working and save with numerous boats of various sizes,had
Ue_State expense. In conclusion we de- Collector of Rc"enue..532.04 returned Sunday night, having assembled and enjoyed a pleasant visit mored.It .
To cash received from been successful. the
very Among
lire to point with pride to the fact that Comptroller....................82.59 curiosities brought was alive together. Lunch baskets were finally is reported that the L. W. &

'taxable value of property in Brevard .............................. .............. 1124.94 quette, which is now quite tame.A parro-. produced and the tables were soon load- J. T. Co. have made a reduction often t
county has increased in the past year fifteen By warrant paid and number of Melbournites at- ed with one of the most abundant and I cents per crate on tomatoes
destroyed................................ 1000.96To from here to Jacksonville by the
per cent or $155,000. tended the Rock Ledge concert on enticing spreads ever seen on Indian
balance on hand outside route. It is hardly possible
Churches, schools and other public January 1st 1889...................... 123.98 Friday evening, going on the Ra- River, although it is noted for such the J., T. & K. W. will meet the
buildings are being erected in all parts of SINKING FUND. mona and returning at the witch- things. Nothing was wanting from bread cut by a similar! reduction via theB.

the county. Setlers are coming among To balance in Treasu- ing hour of 3 a. m. Better take and butter to baked beans. Throughthe I. R. and Titusville.The .

win largely increased numbers.Our rer's hands Jan. 1st 1888..109.77To lunch baskets next time. Dr. and whole gamut of cookies, cakes, pies, J., T & K. W. have just had ,
beautiful Indian River country is cash received of Mrs. Stewart returned on the Rock preserves, pickles or fruits, and such tea issued a Lake Worth descriptive

mr becoming popular, not only with Collector..............of....Revenue..69.90........................... 179.67 Ledge get,supper.and were fortunate enoughto and coffee, oranges, bananas, mulberriesand illustrated pamphlet that will be a
winter tourists, but with persons of large By warrants paid and strawberries for dessert, there were mutual benefit. The illustrationswere

means seeking permanent homes. destroyed................................ 14.40 The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. not a beggarly few, but enough for all. all drawn by Prof. Geo. W.
Transportation is constantly improving. To balance in Treasurer's Hodgson, of Eau Gallie, will hear After the last one had heaved his sigh of Potter Lake AVorth's renowned limner i
.. ......... 165.27 with of their bereavement
We see the people healthy and hands Jan. 1st 1889. regret regret over the inability to eat more, and scenic and photographicartist.

prosperous, whilst the infusion of new SUMMARY. in the sudden death of Mrs. Hodgson's time was called for the race, the boats There is also a very good
Balance in Treasurer's aunt, Miss Kingan. The lady of Florida to the
blood, new ideas and fresh capital is rap I were to take a flying start and presenteda map accompany
hands on General retired Thursday evening ; in the pamphlet.The .
idly] forcing Brevard to a front rank fine sight as they hovered near the
Fund, Jan. 1st 1889..20.96do night she awoke Miss Florrie
the State. We line. Each captain was to sail his own lake is so full of fish now
Among the counties on Building Fund..275.11do Hodgson, asking her to call her
.. heartily commend the issuing of county Road Fund..123.98do mother as she was not feeling well. craft. At last the signal was given, and that it is nearly impossible to movea
boat them. Willie
pamphlets and all other means judicious Sinking in Treasurer'shands Fund..165.27Total Everything possible was done for away they flew, eagerly watched by the McCormick through anchored his sailboat
of! bringing the advantages of our soil her without avail, for in a few crowd as sudden puffs or slants of wind
on 1st Jan. 1889.............. 585.32SCRIP just opposite Palm Beach on the
and climate to the notice of the outside ISSUED DURING 1888. minutes she passed away. Her gave one or another a slight advantage. 22d, and, with rod and reel and .

world, and feel that the County Commissioners Roads and bridges........985.95 kindly ways endeared her to a large Captain C. J. Hector won first place (to sailor's choice for bait caught two
have acted wisely in continuing Court House and records circle of friends, who sympathise windward), which position he maintained boatloads of fine, fat : lue-fish. He

*n annual publication of this kind. .............................319.30 deeply with the afflicted family in throughout, we believe. The race was a said there was so many of them it
their loss. A number of friends
We note with gratification, that, barring Scalp bounties..236.00 close and exciting one from start to was no fun to catch them, and he t
the violations of Article XIX of our General Administration from Melbourne attended the funeral finish. The following boats were enteredfor is sure that with an old fashioned

constitution in reference to the sale of ........4314.96 ing, W. J. Nesbitt on Saturday kindly morn-conveying the race : No Name, Captain Jacob scoop shovel he could have caught

%orf there are scarcely any criminal Quarantine........... ....200.00 the in' the Fairy. Wilder; Flirt, Captain C. J. Hector; more of them in less time and witha
wes on our court dockets. This gives Total scrip issued.................. 6056.21 party Clara Captain LaG. Brainerd; O. K., great deal less trouble.Transportation .
Deduct amount in Treasurer's Mr. W. J. Knight and Mr. Jacobs, of
evidence of the highly moral and law- Captain II. C. Starke ; Linda C., Cap- between the headof
fading tone of our county. hands Jan.paid 1st and 1889..585.32Scrip destroyed Sebastian, were in town on business on tain Ed Cecil; Echo, Captain Joe Brisco. the lake and Jupiter is plentifulnow.

This Grand Jury extends its compliments .......................4833.08. Friday, and viewed the races on Saturday The first prize was won by the Echo, The L. W. & J. T. Co. have

to the Hon. Judge J. D. Broomeand .............................................$5418.40 Captain Brisco ; the second by the Flirt, taken off one hack, as there was
Total debt on Mr. D. B. Grubb went to Titusville sufficient transportation without it.
county on Captain C. J. Hector the third by the
.. Recognising our States their Attorny valued,J. I advice). Beggs and,, Jan. 1st 1889......................... $637.81Melbourne. Monday with Messrs. R. W. Goode and Linda C., Captain Ed; Cecil ; CaptainWilder's J. F. Highsmith, the ex-driver,

I stance in Q Chas. Farran as witnesses, to make final boat was fourth, and the Clara says that while driving the hack
our he could accommodations at
get no
proof on his homestead. fifth. We don't know the official time,
B. G. Larkins, Foreman, Jupiter except from some few
J,W. Smith, Thomas C. Bass, Mrs. Thomas left for her home in Captain Buie is making good time with and don't know as any was taken, but friends on vessels there. He also i

Ionia K. Myers, T. H. Roberts, Connecticut on Monday morning. the S. V. White. Some of the boys say we do know that everything passed off that to
says once some one stooped
0 ow
40 P. M Fisher
d. Louisiana,, W. F. Richards, The delightful weather still con- he never sleeps, and we don't see how he delightfully, no one was dissatisfied, and the little boy trick of stealing the
11..8. BlackC.King, tinues-as near perfection as any- finds much time for slumber. all hope it will soon be repeated. We seat from the hack, and while he

J.''Mendel, I). J. LaKoche, thing can be in this "valeof tears." Mr. W. I. Metcalf, Chas. Metcalf and noticed Captain B. W.Jerome's beautiful has no positive proof as to who did

Ellis B. Wager, C. P. Honeywell, Joseph Hopkins keeper of the, Miss F. Hood leave for Mineral Ridge, yacht Rosalind was out in holiday attire, it he has a very good idea as to who
't Uonglaa Spiers, L. M. Gardner, Jr., the It if
decked with flags and streamers from party was. seems as some
Station Ohio also Mrs.
Robert Ranson. Turkey Creek Life-Saving on Wednesday morning ;
from' stem to stern.Surfbathing. of the transportation trouble on the
hear has been suffering Leitch and children for Arizona.
'i. Is COUNTY COMMISSIONERS COURT, we but is at Melbourne-beach seemsto Jupiter and Lake Worth route is
internal hemorrhage slightly
.t Brevard County, Fla., A. D. 1889. ; better. A good sized schooner, with a large have great attractions, so that some being caused by parties at Jupiter,
To party of gentlemen and ladies, anchorednear but whether from "cussed-
l pure
and Members
Foreman ladies cannot wait to bathing-
Wild honey hunters have been the railway wharf on Saturday procure ness" or from a desire to injure the
of the Grand the Circuit Court suits three four times week at
i Jury of at work the past week. N. Downey night, and spent Sunday on the beach. ; or a people here on the lake, or simply
;y In and for said County, at the Spring immense least, the ladies indulge. We have Ito
tree containing an -
:. secured one Your correspondent was unable to ob- try to force tourists to stay at
Term thereof: swarm or hees. Messrs. tain the names of passengers or vessel, heard that one genial lady was, on one Jupiter for what made out

, ,j The Board of County Commissioners Futch and Hawley captured an- but it ,was said they were from Rock occasion at least, used as an anchor, to of them, it is hard to say. But one .

.41 to duty bound Leg leave to give somemount other.D. Ledge. All were agreeably surprised at whom a line was secured for the benefitof thing is sure, and that is the Lake .

,,A of their stewardship for the year W. McQuaig and Frank Fulet the pleasant surroundings and progress her lighter companions. The saluta- Worth people won't stand .-

t .of our Lord, 1888. took a trip to the St. John's prairie. made. Come again and often, and see tion acknowledging an introduction in foolishness, and think anYI\\C .y'
': Appended bird the surf is picturesque and eminently,, already lost enough by it ;: ."
., hereto the board beg leave to They obtained some plumes, that be found in : : ; :
some good things can '
hand to' your Honorable body a taWejjowing a few 'gators and moccasins, and Beulah Land. unique, and needs to be seen to be appre- who wish to indulge In any, 8W*. _,

the receipts and expenditures for got a shot at a deer-one of the ciated. Further information supplied by. childish pranks hereafter hadt 't-
: three they saw. Mr. H. S. Rubs, of Buffalo, N.Y.,gave U. D' sonu. ter "look a little out."
year A. D. 1888. Reference to this .

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; > ... ,I. HINTS TO HOUSEKEEPERS. myths; an-Ti Ii as wntte --
sN.. ,j.. from view; we caught sight of the meager eight cars was taken upagrad&ot krio books icevexi} -tnot
BESS. and
.. form,:its thin dress fluttering in the wind, per cent. at a speed of seven miles and a half artIcles contributed a
from marble
:- ......:...-.:. its tiny, arms 'waving good-by. Poor little an hour.. On several occasions a' speed of To"remove of whiting spots and benzine.A use a became interested English in period the i.m.He

Pausing the highest point of the trail, Bess! We passed away to the sunshine. leav- thirty miles an hour with three cars, has paste salt ham should be soaked over night murders to such an extent tlE.t In

we peered fearfully down into the dimly lit ing her to the shadows and gloom. been reached The regular train speed on in plenty of soft water previous to boiling. was unbalanced, and he is now in IZ1isd the-

gorge 800 feet below, from which there came the Ninth Avenue road is thirteen miles an washing wooden bowl it custody of a L eepcr.Cnprofesaonrtr.
a place
Over the purple mountains we journeyed hour, but with the electric motor no difficultyis
to us faint sounds of life, the barking of dogs where it will dry (qtL-ulyon all sides,
: and a child's. voice raised in shrill halloa At once more, yielding to Bebe's whim that her found in maintaining a speed of fifteen from the stove.

this latter sound Bebe raised her email curly bridal trip should be taken in the same com- miles an hour. A Science representative was away Fruit stains on white goods can be removed " really want to know hich cl

bead from Duke's broad breast where it had pany over the same paths which her childish one of a party a few evenings, ago, who were by pouring boiling water directly meet you is tho better man why don't

rested during the last hour of the toilsome feet had trod ten years before. The whole carried over the road from Fourteenth to from the kettle over the spots. a few in friends some and room settle in the the preso ce f

ascent. The great violet eyes flashed open previous programme must be faithfully carried Fiftieth street at speed approaching twenty Hive sirup is good for croup or inflam- quit bloW D9 and to to ID:1tter'Snot fio h '.,:,r. .w Fu
and gazed down vainly endeavoring to piercethe cut, and as this included a visit to the miles an hour. The motion was smooth and mation of the lungs. It must he kept in Sir,n replica the great man,p

gloom. 'Devil's Gorge," its shadows closed about us easy, and there was nothing but the entire a cool place, for if it sours it is very lofty scorn, "I am a professiona with

"Why, there's a child down there How again. It was difficult to recognize in the absence of smoke, smell and cinders to indi- poisonous.If fighter!"--Chicago Tri unc- prigs

can. a child live in the darkTFrom handsome, eager, impassioned bridegroomthe cate that the train was not drawu by an or- you want poached eggs to look particularly -

our elevation we could see, througha saddened hopeless doctor of the years of dinary locomotive.-Science (New York nice cook each egg in a muffin THE OUTER MAN.

the past. His mourning had endured for ring placed in the bottom of a saucepanof
cleft in the sierras, flaming streaks of purple The bath wrap is an acquired taste.
and crimson and gold and the sun, like a more than a day, but it was impossible for As Chicagoans Pronounce It. boiling water. The
white silk
great ball of fire, sinking into the gleaming any one exposed to the bright, joyous influ- Most of the eastern people call it Illynoys For cleaning brass use a thin paste of band bow fa a dead biJ.

waters of the Pacific. Pressing on, we made ence of Bebo to fail to recognize that "man and most of the western people call it lllinoy. plate powder, two tablespoonfuls of vinegar ure.Persian in
of alcohol. patterns heavy mufflers
was not made to mourn." His devotion to The pronunciation of the word is four tablespoonfuls arr
Duke it proper
the descent into "Inferno, as styled Rub with a piece of flannel polish with taking.
as rapidly as was consistent with the dignity duty had met its reward., and now, at 85, he 'Eel-en-wah," the ultimate being pronounceda chamois. Watered silk in
vests fancy colors
was not only one of the most distinguished la Francais de Coqueiin. Illinois is an in- *rr
stolid little burros. At the
our every step When lifting little children by the good for masquerade wear.
surgeons of the day, but, as the husband of dian-French word signifying "men now on
shadows and broadened till at last
deepened wrist, the bones of the arm not being The genuine twice round scarf b
winsome Bebe, was, as he asserted, the happiest earth." The word is properly pronounced in DOC
lifted from saddles
when our we
we were wholly formed, or rather solidified re making much headway for day dress.A
could but discern the straight, slim figure of man in the world. Mizzoura' where the aboriginals seem to have very liable to break. The hands shouldbe genteel shirt bosom Is of fine

the doctor, who had preceded us, and pressed All day Bebo had been pretending to recall retained the ancient 'Iroquois Jr-ro-kwah) placed under the armpits. linen very, with two pearl studs decorating it.
close his knee the shadowy outlinesof familiar landmarks and as we gathered dialect in all its native purity From themwe
against Suet should be cooked before it i is stale. Novelties in umbrella handles will .
-clearly something un about the camp fire she suddenly exclaimed learn that Saint Louis isSunt L o-uhand Boil for three hours, then strain *
a sprite, a fay two or usual form a big part of the holiday d.
canny-so small and/rail it seemed. "There was a child here I A small, pale that Kansas City is Kayn's ..'utta.l1.Chi- through a linen cloth. One-fourth of Play-

As the doctor advanced into the mellow child, just my age, and her name was Bess.I cago News. this fat and three-fourths lard is a good Gilt buttons on white vests ia a great

beam of firelight which streamed welcomingly wonder what has become of herf' Out of IDEAS FOR DREfao. mixture for frying: doughnuts. fad among the hotel chemists of Chi-

from the open kitchen door, the small the darkness there stepped the tall, lank fig The French method of adniiuLtermg cago.

shape flitted from him and was swallowed up ure of a girl Advancing into the center of All shades of green are immensely castor oil to children is to pour the oil Quite a few novelties in glove backsare

in the darkness. He must have seen in the group, she said laconically: "I'm Bess." popular.The into a pan over a moderate tire, breakan shown by the crack stores a e t

Bebe's wondering eyes the question which Glad recognition met her from each member latest fancy in boas are those madeof egg into it and stir up; when it is town.A .
done flavor with a little salt or sugar or
she was to much awe struck to ask for, as he of the party, and I noticed that when her cock's feathers. currant jelly.A few fobs are worn with fnil dfts.

lifted her cp into the light, he said in his hand was clasped in that of the doctor a dull Rhine green is a l lovely bright shade of quick cure for burns is to apply a but not by the men who do the swel

tired voice red flush passed over her face. She was unchanged this fashionable tint. thing.A .
gentle, : layer of common salt and saturate it
save that the ugliness of the type Reed is that pallid green cute little match tax t* a rruall binr
"That was little Bess. She and I are great green gray with laudanum. Hold it in place an
intensified. After few words she fell in rushes. feather in silver set with tiny oola+fed
friends." was a seen water hour or so by a simple bandage. The
There was a subtle magnetism in the in- back from the light. Serpent and jasper are ipscri1ahlechanbcaLJIE' smarting sensation disappears rapidlyand

expressible sadness which enshrouded this Guided by an enthusiastic young Englishman blue greens.A the bum gets well.It The full dress shirt protectors HMaW
be in cities where & mal
dark eyed, tender voiced man", that drew to who had traveled around the world, we new muddy shade of blue green is a common occurrence children is used.very popular

him the involuntary love and trust of all went to look at the "Moonlight Fall," whichhe takes the name of Rhone. to get beans grains of corn and other
rich De Join villes lave dark
friendless creatures. Young as he declared to be the most beautiful sight Poplar green is that ashy hue seen o:. foreign: substances up their noses. This Very soft
grounds covered with figure sharp aej
sin!pIc remedy is worth remembering:
shadow had fallen between him "eye ever beheld. Leaning over to feast the under side of a poplar leaf.
was a great mouth brilliant.It .
Get the child to its apply
and the sunlight, withering his affections, my eyes upon the incomparable beauty of The Henri Deux Ls the favorke id your mouth over open it and blow hart! Theoflejitling is a fad among the Paris swell to

blighting his ambition. When he left hometo the scene, I was startled by hearing: a quick, hat with girls who affect the urlistie in substance will be expelled.Drin sport an emerald solitaire in a full errs

attend lectures in a distant city, he was hurried breathing near me. Looking aroundI dress. for an invalid.-Beat well the shirt bosom. '

accompanied by a dearly loved friend, one saw Bess standing on the verge of the cliff, Among the dark metallic greens in yolk cf one egg, place in a glass, add Holiday suspenders art in white sod
favor Rembrandt, antique,
whom he hoped in the near future to call by not looking at the waterfall, but gazinrh and bottle are spruce white sugar and lemon or vanilla to colored satins, .plain, for the! fair cIIIa8

the still dearer titla of brother. This friend a fixed intensity and expression at Berry lat green. taste; fill up the glass with milk. Take to embroider.In .
and fairjin the radiant moonlight. to There is a genuine revival of tl.c1! pretty the white of the and beat to a stiff
fell ill, and, though after weeks of suffering | Tl;e r-ench breakfast for married egg many quarters it b predicted the
he gradually recovered his physical health, How it happened no one ever knon- cap young froth and add sugar and flavoring. Placeon the black silk ottoman wit te **tfcr
otl her "! unmarried women
the of the glass. This is excellentfor
his mental tone seemed to have been weak with the suddenness of an electric s, top thing" in muillers this winter
terra cotta, mahogany andccppcr invalids.A .
realized that Bebe was over the cit lD itance t : : Cream colored with silk stiipwin
ened. He became subject to fits of melancholy all akin to each othcUllti are crepes
heavy traveling dress caught in the branchfe'r' the wp'sore very complete filling for open cracksin self and bright: colors, anHMHm ID
and in one of these took histrrru life.The favor to the greens.
AvR floors may bo made by thoroughly negligee shirts intended<< for nest seae.
of a sturdy monzanita bush that had forced a 9'le
doctor with him but noticed nothing ,
was -ollars, mulfs and trimmings of soaking newspapers in a paste mado of
unusual till the pistol shot rang through footing for itself within a crevice of the m', 'lhich, by the way, b not a one pound of flour, three quarts of water, Embroidery is: running wild once more.

the room and the lifdess, body fell with a rocky wall Her husband had but just left fur-white* iysk favor. s season. a tublespoonful of alum, thoroughlyboiled : It is seen up and down the have side.of
her side, but ere ho could reach the spot, likea and mixed make the final mixture trousers. Very few men '
dull, heavy thud to the floor. From that Deoi OPO Qia ussian Llue is the favcrieShade ;
moment he was haunted by the horrible consciousness flash Bess had lowered herself to a narrow o- c. a f for with tho Princess of about as thick as putty, a kind of paper style up. eIk"I I

that if he had been more watchfulthe ledge of rock, grasping with one hand a Wales, wii).(>ar"Hrs it en nIl possible occasions putty, and it will harden like papiermache. A startling is red. pattern and in Turk mis **
tragedy might have been prevented. The rough, sharp spur jutting out from tho wall, k st. white wraps ground. The green design is Mfce tie

poor, half crazed sister of the dead boy refused with the other sho raised Bebe's slight, lissome After all, ihanfeandsomcct. inert elegant Do not let your laundress or washerwoman : effect in watered bilk.
and beccnlr '. for : put clothes into the bluing wutcr:
form to the arms outstretched to receive gown a woman
to see or speak to him again. After an who is not fat e..\rt and clumsy is of until they have been well shaken.. If Fancy cloth vests, checked and Haal
interval of despair he took up the broken black velvet. *a a I tossed in while folded as they come figured and double (breasted,are "SfJBq-
thread of life again, piecing it together with into the doctor's Lice with eyes through tho wringer they are almost for business men, who do not object tea

the harsh stern lines of duty in the place of transfigured with love she panted: "I saved The sling with: sash the which Mary Anderson in certain to be streaked with bluing, and front that is a little gay.

golden inclination. her for you;" then relaxing her hold she fell wears which she plays IVrUita pretty pink is a study gown for although after repeated washings these "Full dress protectors' are iww ..4e

After hours of balmy, refreshing sleep we with a crash into the dark abyss. our debutantes.: streaks: will come out, every ono knows with liuih collars to encircle tW oeck,

awoke to find the sun gilding only the topmost Later when the poor, bruised body was Some young fine ostrich feather fare -* "- how aggravating it is to use napkins or answering the double* pur}--utf or mo&Icrs -
very handkerchiefs that show traces of care- and shirt front c-Iiicid.
brought and laid in tho little cabin, looking .
like watch
which towers white
crags, made of only three long less ,
,frowned upon us from above the stupendous through a mist of tears we saw the face glori- plumes, mounted on a jewel tipped .ashing.-Boston Budgct. A good many embroidered shirt bass
fied and beautiful and around the head thereseemed handle of shell. are being sold. In the extremely fine
walls which on all sides shut in the gorge. A ivory, pearl or beyter
MEN YOU HEAR OF. trade the simpler the decoration the
to shine the aureole of saint. Thus
small river tumbled headlong down the rocks, a This is an ostrich feather season. Fans, the demand for the bosom.
t and at the sho passed forever out of the shadows into boas, band trimmings for hats and
chafing fretting impotently huge :
Emperor William has leading De Joinvilles of white silk with ti111
the! light of an eternal day.-New Orleans dresses and and for bonnets every
bowlders obstructing its to the tips plumes
passage sea. dissected for him daily.M. in colors regarded favorably
paper figures bright are
Picayune. and hats all of ostrich feathers, are in
Its banks were lined with aromatic bay high favor. do Lesseps declares that the Panama by tho"slick" boys who walk cs

which, gently stirred by the breeze, leaned A Shoo Dealer's Observation. canal will bo opened in July, 1890. Fifth avenue these bright! .
The abolish the bustle i
over and tipped its rich foliage into the State shoo attempt to : The sober health shades in flatsrf
green I was in a street storo yesterdaywhen not altogether successful, but the result Sir "Mucous :Membrane" Mackenzie is very
clear water. two ladies seated themselves and askedto is good. The bustle is a mere ripple in London's latest dig at the famous phy- relieved by white goals, bilk striped irr

Our idle enjoyment of the scene was clouded bo shown shoes, of course. A young man the back draperies, not an unsightly s'Cl3Jl. seen in newly made blouses intended ftladies

by the apparition of small, scantily clad waited upon one of tho ladies. A moment hump on the back. James Russell Lowell is livingwith outing wear. Tho effect la peea-

Bess, who dogged our footsteps and at last, later he came to the proprietor with whom I White is the prettiest dress for a voun" his sister in Boston, and will probably liarly stunning.A .

when we paused,crouched at the doctor's feet, was talking, and said: "She has whito hose." girl, no matter- what the material maybe stay there all winter. cane or umbrella barnlre.1&1I cia*

looking up into his face with the unsatisfied:; The proprietor made a reply that 1 did not cloth, cashmere, veiling, mull tulle, M. do Lesseps has entered upon his timepiece set in, Ls a novelty. when H i

questioning of a dumb animal He talked to quite understand, and the clerk departed. gauze, silk or lace, and it is the preferred 84th year and seems to lose none of his man prove docs very not useful care on to cold unbutton nights hit cvas

her in his sympathetic, quiet way till the retained to ask why it was that the clerk had festival wear this season. extraordinary physical vi or. to get at his watch.Competition .

thin, grave lips unclosed, and the little creature made such an observation. "It is one of the Tho silken waistcoats of dressy tea The Prince of Monaco will endeavor to the tl 3

told him all that she knew about herself tricks of our trade," answered the head of gowns and indoor frocks for dressy wear revive the waning business of the Casino has among beauties fancy .away the
men developed some
sometimes covered with silver by the revival of court festivities
are or gold long
and the unchildlike life that had been passed forshirts. uI.
the A who will white
concern. woman wear of cloths appropriate
tinsel dots and small figures, and fast- fallen into disuse.According .
under the shadow of overhanging mountains hosiery don't wear fine'shoes. You can gamble ened with buttons to match. many of the patterns are simply taxix .,
to Rumor
A sudden glow passed over the pallid on that every time and win. So we tho baby with nothing pretty about tbvm.The .
Boutonnieres, glove hooks buckles, king of Spain is to be presented with a
face, the large eyes grew eager as she told of know about what class of goods to show tiny mirrors and ivory tablet cases: : come silver rattle box by United States Minister double breasted vest enC etk

the one bright day of her life. "Mister %VaIr her and thus save time. I don't know in dead bright and old silver, along with Belmont upon the latter's arrival at field of fashion for a long: time has eeer

was cr-goiu down an' he let me ride Juni- whether you know it or not, as such matters i numbers of other fanciful pendants, tc Madrid. back to it: not with a rush however, wr I

ata, an' then he tuk me to er show." do not interest outsiders, but we can tell by dangle from a lady's chatelaine. Frank James, Missouri's reformed train the style i is not being taken up the except limiiea'Y
II that select class known as
The words tumbled over each other in her the sort of hosiery a woman wears what Some of the new names for gray robber and bandit, is living quietly at

haste to tell of the wonders that she saw. price shoes she wants.- Now, take a woman I shades are very expressive, such as Dallas, Tex. He is fond of fast horses few.There stoat &f

When Bebe. finding that they have one subject who wears black silk hosiery or black balbriggan punch flame goura, the tint of an African and spends all his spare time and money broad is considerable chic it is W'uII.-

S in common, slipped down to a level with she wants the best bird of that name, oxide, Vesuvius, around tho pool rooms. putT scarf, provided it it the'
very shoe as a the right man. And the broader
her, and exhibited great familiarity with the rule, that there is in the house. I have made Russian, powder and thunder cloud. Consul General E. B. Bassett, Hayti's more difficult it becomes to show ito 14

tricks and antics of the monkey Bess surprise a study of this for years, and I am away up Pale gray tulle, flecked with steel representative in New York, is a native the best advantage. Its expans fP"
flashed forth: "Was yer thor, an' did yer see the I tell Another spangles and belted with a steel corset, of Connecticut. He is of Spanish descent ness attracts attention and Is .P* ce.
subject can
on ,
meT Being answered in the negative she you. makes a very effective ball gown. To and his ancestry have long been : make the wearer uncomfortable. u4
I have noticed-a woman who wears black relieve its tone a corsage bouquet of blush connected with the governmental serviceof canstaml
from Bebo be is a fellow who
won compliant a promise to
out" for her at the next show. hosiery generally has small feet. That re- roses may be worn. The shoulder straps Hayti.A stared at pretty hard and yet app' CP- ,
minds me that the average foot of the Chi- should match the belt or corslet.A brother of the author of "She,** tally unconscious.-Tho Men O ut
As the faces
two young were upturned we cago lady-I mean good stock,the aristocratsis lively suggestion for a debutante's Capt. A. C. P. Haggard, is about to appear

could not fail to notice the contrast-the one not small but long and slender."-Chicago Christmas gown, to be worn in the evening as a novelist also. He is a British IDEAS FOR DRESSGloves

so full of life and health, with shining hair, Mail is a white silk, brocaded or embroidered officer stationed at Meerut, and has already -

clear, beautiful eyes and blooming cheeks,
seeming the very embodiment of sunlight; Maxims for the Housekeeper. I r veiled under a cloudy drapery of expeditions. I short distance above the elbow.

the other with pale drawn features, thin lips The house showeth the owner. white tulle, flecked with snowdropsmade Campanini, tho onC3 world worshiped Pokes of pale gray; araLshed .-iIh

set about with lines of care, straight, dull Anger at a feast betrays the boor. of tiny tufts of ostrich curled flues. tenor, is never comfortable unless he has numerous Lows and white silk riWUI ,I

white hair and complexion of a chalky white, In a good house all is quickly ready.As Ostrich feather fans are mounted on something to chew. Meet him where and several full, carelessly DOIla

\ a fit child of Shadow. the year is so must your pot seethe. pearl, shell and ivory sticks, on handl you will, and, if ho is not singing, his plumes have brood strings to tie uI

When we climbed the mountain side to Everything is of use to a housekeeper.He of carved ivory, tortoise shell and pearl, mouth is sure to be filled with some the chin.

look over at a beautiful fall where drooping that is at ease seeks dainties. coral malachite, and imitation of amber, chewing material. For adults, birds of every d12 .1 and;Ir :..
shell coral carnelian and other semiprecious I' The eccentric American and color ornament the turban:
painter, long
Better be meals than
ferns and clinging lichens hid the rough many one too merry. of die"
since a London small hats. So the slaughter
stones in celluloid, and also on celebrity, "Our James"Whistler
walls of rock which clear He that saveth his dinner will have the rf-
over water dashedin
is and particular
carved sandalwood, feather and kid, at work upon a horribly innocents goes on no
silvery spray to loose itself in the dark more supper. and ribbon covered handles. realistic reproduction of one of the feet of beauty is arrived at.

pool beneath, the doctor burdened himself Never haggle about the basket if you get Whitechapel victims as her mutilated One bonnet of heavy, dark silk *n X

with Bess. Her rapture was intense though the fruit. The funny man is coming to the front.M. body appeared when discovered.The gold braid had its peaked rim e
she only said: "It is so pretty I 1 never saw There is winter enough for the snipe and Witte is to be placed in control of late Edmond Gondinet, the French with eight or ten red birds heads down ruing :

it'before." Afterwards she said to Bete in a woodcock too. Russia's railroads. play; writer, lived a short distance out of from a large one in the cuddle {.

whisper: "I like that man.> He takes me to Squeeze not the orange too ha.rd.lest you Governor Beaver of Pennsylvania is Paris,at Athis-Mons, where he had madea to the tiny ones on the side.

places." From that hour she became his have a bitter juice. to be marshal of the inaugural parade. characteristic retreat. Every night on For women who wear the long elects-
Beaver hats will be the fashion in Washington his return from town he drove home wonderful new mantles theeorresPcmdger t
shadow, content to be unnoticed if she might They who have little butter must be con from JK'f.: .
Aglon station in is Io
March 4. an English car- of dress and hat no
but be near him. On the moruing cf cur departure tent to spread thin their bread. on riage drawn by two little black ponies. enco it is the cloak and bat waC mai1 !,
the whole camp gathered about to Many a good dish is spoiled by an ill sauce. Count Herbert Bismarck, who was sary; harmoniously. ;
shot through the thigh in the Emperor William of Germany is still now combine
bid us farewell, but Bess was missing. The biggest calf makes not the -sweetest his dress de"ZXS lor
on crusade
charge at Mars La Tour, is the only new carrying against all thingsnot The most elaborate r.
Search was made in vain for some time veal.When representative: of statecraft who bears a Teutonic. He has ordered the officers evening are wrought in the faintest tones ami

and we were abouhto ride away, when she the stomach chimes the dinner hour scar received in battle. of his army to discard pointed English of yellow green pink. blue white antM

was discovered hidden in a clump vof bushes don.'t: wait for the clock.-Table Talk Some interviewed the of boots and wide creased trousers. He has cream, in fine contrast to which
.. one secretary also made soft Wc-
crying as if her heart would break. The doc the Corean legation at San Francisco the a change in the royal crown, brilliant poppy reds and
which he madds
..P tor"stooped and kissed the little white quivering The Daft Motor. other day. lie was ready to talk en of considered too high for his Turbans and toques for chDdm1.dl'd

face and whispered some words of con- The Daft Electric company continue their many subjects, but when"asked w'at style beauty. of the same material as the ba" l

solation apparently, for a pale, wintry smite experiments with the large motor and trainsof he thought of Mr. Cleveland cr Mr. William Ralston, who has been made surrounded by a band of fur. .re.-z-.l:
cars on the Ninth Avenue Elevated railway Denny he fhook his head and said uldon't insane over too close attention to the or three quills to match thrust s-.s. ,
lit up the dull eyes. As we looked back be understand. Excuse me." subject of the Whitechapel murders, is through Che fold_ of cloth- on onet"'I'R.
hi this Some
city weeks a train of tt
the turning which hid the ago thejvell known
i faro taking camp writer of foUUoro asd

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: .,) THE OUTER-. )'MAN. ; ".1 ,. JTwinton Hiram Gar Larrik y" and 5lr- Jttezc. of Corn Is now preserved>> in glass on the ear RULERS OF EUROPE. pYesof.. asb-dry,"a< boot containing .,.. :; _
hitched their greatly puzzle Thev by some new and,.it is said, satisfactory Process a collection of rules for the guidance of : J'"Tli

t>rtnng gloves with deep gauntlets wo day and the log mules to stir. Inc :
csti3 :
: use. 1
-In considerable tion developed the fact that it was filled- "acknowledge the corn" good. lHe is 29 years of age. The advertising card is of entirely modern .;" .

Black silk half hose with.'white soles With snakes,,eleven of which they killed. The emperor of Austria, Francis Joseph, isis origin, although the Egyptians, Greeks and

fr a favorite autumn design. The.mules were then hitched to the: log RELIGIOUS GLEANINGS. years of age, and has worn the imperial Romans knew something about advertising.
Terra cotta and tan brown shades lead again and pulled it along without crown for forty years. accomplished the desired results.throughthe

others in plain merino hosiery. difficulty.A imj medium of posters,several bills, painted '
..all Chicago 44 Lutheran churches. The reigning prince of Montenegro is
The polka dot isn't dead yet. It continues Washington territory man jumped a Baltimore has lOS Methodist churches. Nicholas 1, who is 47 years old and has reignedfor in black the and red, were discovered on the wallsof '
hold its own in both neckwearjad fox and he Pompeilian dwellings.
to and hisS started in chase. twenty-eight years.
During the 1S87 1,228,759 I
handkerchiefs.O While in the heat of the chase wildcat by British year Christians were contributed : The king of Portugal. Luis 1, is 50 years The first authentic advertisement was pub-

blood red is a stylish! color in neck- started up and headed the procession. to foreignmissions. old, and is a man of enterprise and progress. lished in The Mercurios Politicus, of 1653. In
with foulard The race came to sudden the year 1657, a weekly newspaper, devotedto
rcar. Blue grounds figures a termination He has been for twenty years a king.
in demand. for as dog, cat and fox The Protestant Episcopal church has in tho interests of advertisers, made its appearance
also were crossing; the
.are. Central railroad a train whizzed h\-n.1 Chicago 29 churches and 8 missions; the Reformed The emperor of Russia, Alexander III, is in London. It was not until the 1
chains with full dress are quitethe l 43 of and ascended the throne
Fob years age, I
8 churches that
killed all three. So Mr. Episcopal, and 1 mission. Eighteenth century newspaper advertising -
go. As little gold as possible, however says Part, r. the after the murder of his father, seven years became the
medium betweenthe
should be exposed. owner of the dog. The Baptists have 24 churches and 1 misSion .
in the manufacturer and the buyer.
Chicago ago.The
; Presbyterians
Broadcloth as a material for dress WOMAN'S WEAR. churches and 7 missions; the Congregationalists president of the French republic, M.

fiiits is gong out of fashion. West ofEngbnd 23 churches and 5 missions. Caniot, is 51 years of age and was elected to ENGLISH APPLE LORE.In .
cloth and fine imported diagonals bridal office in December last as successor to M.
Many dresses are made in the Oirec-
have superseded it. toire style. Reporters of a leading Chicago daily took : Grevy. Scotland and in England tho apple is a
a census of the church attendance Nov. :
The satin vest is in the heyday of pop It is IS, i Tho sovereign or sultan of Turkey, Abdul very popular divining medium in love mat- f .
announced hat white cloth dresses in twenty of the larger churches of the city; ;
ularity. It is worn plain or figured, as be Hamid II, is 4i> years old, and succeeded to ters. .1
we to largely wan in Paris this winter. 6,737 persons were in attendance or an average -
fancy suggests. Silk.l gt in various the throne twelve years ago. when the sultan In Lincolnshire a very common remedyfor
About the finest of SCO: persons per church. '
.shades and colors are also popular. thing in dress material I who preceded: him was deposed.The weak eyes is a poultice made of rotten
since Sheba's day are the new 'phosphores The Kaiserwerth deaconess home, Ger1'.1ADY -
'The introduction of the big puff scarfis cent velvets"Ball has 600 workers in various fields ia king of Servia Milan I, is 44, and was apples.It ::.
welcomed by the lover of jewelry, who crowned only six years ago, but before that used to be tho custom in Devonshire and
and Asia. Their
Europe at Alexandria
hospital -
an now wear pins of any magnitude or costumes display a superfluity of back, he had held the throne for fourteen years by tho other western fruit producing countiesof
is said to be a model of skillful
jany degree of brilliancy without inviting shoulders and arms, all the material apparently and Christian benevolence. arrangedent election as Prince Milan OLreuovich IV. England to perform a sacrifice to the "
going into the trained skirt.
Criticism. The king; of Sweden and Norway, Oscar II, apple tree on Twelfth night.
The Baltimore Protestant Episcopal church
The Inverness top coat is no longer. Among fashionable women of Paris, tho statistical is as follows Places of is in his 00th year, and has reigned for sixteen Horace mentions the use of apple pips in
considered the proper covering for a full i caprice of wearing gloves of different color summary : .i years. He is a fairly liberal monarch, and love affairs. A lover would take a pip between -
worship, including missions, 89 number of
dress suit. An English cape ulster, with said to be making considerable progress. Communicants, 9,605; number ;of Sunday has favored some reforms during his reign. the finger and thumb and suN>t it up

snug fitting sleeves is the correct article Unfortunately the "classic" styles in dress schools, 41; number of scholars 9,17L The king: of Roumania, Carol 1, is 49 years to the ceiling, and if it struck it his or her

this winter.Calf are affected by young women who don't of age, and was proclaimed king only seven wish would be accomplished.

skin boots are held by a few high know an encyclopedia from a market boo BITS OF SCIENCE.A years ago, but for fourteen years before that Gay mentions the very common amusement

art dressers to be the correct accompani- time he had been chief of the Roumanians.The of paring an apple without breakingthe
Drapery on evening dresses is and
a study,
tnent to a full dress suit. The majority, graceful and artistic enough to cause a Berlin scientist says salt is conducive to power and authority of the king of peel and then throwing the strip O'E'rthe

however, wilt cling to the conventional shower of praise to fall on the modiste's longevity Spain, Alphonso XIII, who is now 2 years left shoulder, in order to see the initial
patent leather gaiter. bead. A Norwegian savant estimates the age of old, is limited by the regency of his mother letter of the lover's name formed by the

Many swell dressers are affecting a the world at 1,000,000 years and government of his nurse He never saw shape the paring takes upon the ground.
Monkey skin and muffs included
fondness for shirts made coat fashion. the fashionable capes of are the Silver loses one-fifth of its weight for his royal sire. Nowadays a maiden tests the fidelity of

'These garments open all the way downin among but there are as many monkeys things in Africa reason as, every year it lies submerged under salt The king of Greece, or king of the Hel- her beloved by putting a pip in the fire at 7 5 '

front and are held together by means.of ever were caught. water. lenes, Georgios 1, is 43 years of age, and has the same time pronouncing his namo. If .I

buttons or loop hooks. All the scientists still assert that it would been king for a quarter of a century, or since the! pip bursts with a report it is a sign that %

The cream white muffler of last winter Tight lacing continues to obtain to an extent take a cannon ball only eight days to reach he was 18, at which age ha was elected to the ho loves her; but should it burn silently,. I

will be retained for tho coming season, that jeopardizes the health of thousandsof the moon. Hellenic throne. she is convinced of his want of true affection
young women who sacrifice more than for her.
although the popular verdict Yeans towards fashion will ever be worth to them. The company managing Mr. J. W. 01.1;;- The king of the Netherlands, William III,

darker grounds. Light grounds, son's inventions has sold to the French gov a scion of the r>yal house of Orange, is the
with tints or dark figures are elegant Braided jackets are numerous enough now ernment for 2,50J,000 francs the patent for I oldest monarch"Iu Europe, being 71 years of DRAWING ROOM GOSSIP.The .

.also. to be suspected of being "common," moro especially the cannon throwing with ordinary gunpowder age, and entered upon the fortieth year of f

There are freaks without end in umbrella as nearly all the "up stairs girls" shells charged with dynamite. his reign on the 17th of March last. Russian tea urn has jumped into fashionable k.
have them when popularity.It .
on they promenade.
handles. Ono of the newest Sweet flag (calamus) is claimed by Dr. The king of the Belgians Leopold II, is 53

fancies is a silver plaited oak handpioco Handsome wraps are of heavy black Haigh, of Granda, Kan., to be an agent tb twill years old, and if lie should reign until he becomes an interesting question how
in which is set miniature watch. corded silk lined with fur and trimmed with much money can be wasted in an ornamental
a An- relieve and stop persistent hiccough in reaches the age at which his father died, he
other novelty is a shepherd's crook either fur or the crinkled fringe called seaweed almost any case. He directs the patient to will be king up to the year 1910. He has mantelpiece.It .

formed, of stiff silver links. They are said to be an imported i idea. chew a small piece of the root. It nas never been on the throne twenty-three years I is held that the average man's complexion t{

A few daring dudes persist in wearing Fashion's old ornament, the mouche, or failed in his hands. I The king of Italy Humbert I, is 44 years I will not warrant the white waistcoat with IM

& silken sash in lieu of a vest on full patch, will bo revived in Paris this winter. African teak wood weighs from forty-two cf age, and has wore the crown since the I. evening dress.Revolving .

dress occasions. Correct dressers eschewthe The black patches of Louis XIII and XIV pounds to fifty-two pounds per cubic foot, death of his tathcr, ten years since. Ho is cabinets for the display of the

practice, contending that it destroys will again be seen on women's cheeks and works easily, but wears away tools rapidlyon but the second of the kings of United Italy, family Dresden and other china are new in '

simplicity, the very first effect to t 110 shoulders.No account of the quantity of silex in it. It and his throne is in the eternal city of Rome. the furniture line. \

aught in the wearing of evening cos- 0:10 ever knew such a variety in feminine contains an oil which prevents the iron in The king of Denmark, Christian IX, is 70 Umbrellas with knobs, instead of a point .

tome. hats as there is this season of oddity and contact with it from rusting.If years of age, a year older than Queen Victoria on top, will have to be introduced for eyesight f

Young men are taking more kindly to eccentricity in almost everything. No two I water containing: lead is passed througha and is the second oldest monarch in preservation. 1

the silk hat this season than for many bats seem to be exactly alike, and yet each filter of phosphate of lime the lead is com Europe. He has wielded the scepter for a Kid or leather fronts and collars for tho i

seasons past. Fashionable hatters say and every one is "fashionable." pletely removed as an insoluble phosphate.A quarter of a century, or just half as long as front of the girl of the period's dress suggest:: :

the New York styles are preferred to The word trousseau no longer points exclusively filter of animal charcoal can bo used advantageously the British queen.In man's discarded "dickey." i

the London makes, even by professed to matrimonial garraenture, but is for this purpose, since it con- Germany there are three kings;: and a M. Amen, who is in the same linens Worth ,;.

hat too The for London fall silk now used to express any particular selectionof sists largely of calcium phosphate. grand duke besides the emperor of Germanyand in Paris, is said to require references from i.

skimpy most people. costumes, whether for the summer the According to the statement of a Brazilian the king; of Prussia, who are one. Thereare all who go to him to have their gowns ma e. r

Decorative art has taken unwonted winter, the seaside or for traveling.Fur physician Nouveaux llemcdes, flies are the king of Bavaria the king! Wurteai- Very large candlesticks of many branches,

liberty in tho matter of holiday suspenders. lined circulars, wo are told by the most active agents in the propagation of yellow burg aud the king of Saxony, and the reigning so arranged that the candles appear as in a A

Myrtle green grounds of Bilkdecorated fashion magazines, will not bo wholly discarded fever. Other authorities hold these little ; grand duke of Baden.In pyramid,are new for the center of the dinner

with hand paintings of flowers but will be chiefly used for evening insects largely responsible for the spread of the-republic of Switzerland tho highest table, with tulip or other shades The general

vines, etc., in tho colors, of nature, are wraps or for Driving. They are too comfort- pulmonary consumption and cholera. official of the government is the president of effect, especially when the candle standard '

considered very swell. Embroidered able and convenient a garment ever to hogiven Among the curious facts brought out at the Federal council, who is elected by the is of gold plate or gilt, is very beautifulHINTS
effects "aro still popular, but not so the late tuberculosis that < up entirely.Tho congress on was Federal assembly, which meets at Berne; he

fashionable York Sun. as brush decorations.New hair is worn very high over the centerof persons who have had smallpox are peculiarly holds the oflice for the term of one year, and I TO HOUSEKEEPERS. 11

the brow in Paris, and its height is emu liable to tuberculosis. M. Landouzy stated enjoys a salary of $3,000 per year. The yolk> of a;;egg U good to keep flat

lated in London There is an evident ten- that for this reason persons pitted with small On the 20tlf of June last Queen Victoria smooth and clean.
dency toward a revival of the catogan. The pox should never be employed around the had reigned over the United Kingdom for 1'8..1Iron
tuberculous wards of Ceilings that have been smoked with a
catogan is the natural reaction against the hospitals.A fifty-one years, a period which has been ex- washed off
Mexico is a Christian kereot>ene lamp should be
country, yet undue straining of every hair on the head recent English invention is a corrugatedrolled ceeded by two only of the monarchs of Eng-
Bishop Hurst of the Methodist with soda water. fAn
Episcopal upward to the occiput. steel wagon tiro for uso in towns where land, viz.: Henry III, who reigned for fifty-
church, says that in Mexico 8,000,000 street cars are run. The object of the inven- six years, and George 111, whose reign lasted excellent furniture polish Is of r :.

have never seen a copy of the HolvScriptures. tion is to assist the wheel to get out of the for nearly sixty years.BEHIND equal parts of shellac varnish linseed .,

GREAT ACCIDENTAL DISCOVERIES.The tramline, and thus avoid skidding of the and spirits of wine.If :ltf ltfoil

Canon Lester, at Litchfield, England, wheels and the wrenching of vehicles and THE SCENES.Mr. you keep your flour in a bucket set
is training a band of evangelist brothersto art of lithographing was perfected horses. The invention consists of what may, it on a high, dry shelf; don't leave it on -.

preach in Africa. There are to be through suggestions made byacci ent. perhaps, be described as a series of sloping J. B. Ellison and family have movedto the floor or it will become musty. '<:

uniformed-that is, wear coarse brown The power of lenses, as applied to the tele- projections on each side of the felloes of the Philadelphia for the winter. Galvanized iron ropes are not to be

frocks,with cord around their waist, and scope, was discovered by a watchmaker's ap- wheel. commended for clotheslines, as they
Sir Arthur Sullivan has three nieces in the
Bibles in their hands.Ono .
carry prentice.The Fred Mather, the well known fish culturist, chorus at the London Savoy theatre, where wear the clothes especially lawns and i

of tho most efficient of mission swaying to and fro of a chandelier in a has been making some very interesting ex- his opera, "The Yeomen," is being sung. muslins. ; ;

workers is a woman in the mission of cathedral suggested to Galileo the applica- periments with the microscope, which prove Edwin Booth and Lawrence Barrett each Paper walls are cleansed by l being: {
Mongzai, Rurmah. She never preachesnor tion of a peudelum. that there are 9,000,000 eggs in an eel. How wiped down with a flannel cloth tied
beaver and ulsterof
wears a high shiny a long
ever appears even on a public plat- Mezzotinto owed its invention to tho simple and when these eggs are hatched has always soft, dark cloth reaching to his heels, and over a broom or brush. Then cut off a
form. She is content to seo her teach- accident of the gun barrel of a sentry becom- been, and still is, a mystery. All that is trimmed with astrakhan down the front and thickwith piece of stale bread and rub down

ings reproduced in the native helpers{ she ing rusted with dew. known definitely is that the old eels run downto around the collar. this. Begin at the top and go

has taught. salt water in October, and that iu the straight down.
An alchemist while seeking to discover
The fusion of the Presbyterian familyof spring swarms of young ones, the size of a Harry Paulton writing tho libretto of a For sia of cold
mixture of earths that would the most dyspei> pour one quart
comic the hich in
churches in Japan Presbyterian, Re- darning needle and about two inches long; opera, scene of is laid of unslackedlime
( durable crucibles, one day found that he had water on two tablespoonfuls
Mexico at the time of Cortez. Julian Ed-
ascend the rivers.ATHLETICS.
and Congregational) is fully consummated made porcelain.The ; let it stand a few minutes bottle
wards musical director of the Duff
except as to the formal ratification company and cork and when clear it is ready for ;.
process of whitening sugar was discov- is composing the music.
by the parent bodies. The new AND AQUATICS. three in of
use; put tablespoonfuls a cup
ered in curious A hen that had
a way. gone The well known theatrical firm of Jacobs&
same will be the United Church of milk and drink any time, usually before r
Christ in Japan. Its membership (native through a clay puddle went with her muddy Samuel Ayers is building: a forty foot steam Proctor has been dissolved. Mr. Proctor will, meals.It ,

) is about 15000. feet into a sugar house. She left her trackson launch for a member the New York Yacht after the present season, play only first class much when little t
a pile of sugar. It was noticed that wher- attractions at Mr. Jacobs lightens cares so a
The Finnish Missionary society, whose club. regular prices. forethought is expended. In the cool
ever her tracks were the eugar was whitened. will continue the old policy of the firm at
mission in Gwamba land, in southwestern Experiments were instituted, and the result M. J. Russell is overhauling Commodore months one can buy enough to last several k '

Africa, dates back twenty years, was that wet clay came to be used in refining Elbridge T. Gerry's steam yacht Electra, of cheap prices.Fanny days and breakfast should always ,
labored there twelve and a half years before the New York Yacht club. Davenport has made a change in be planned tho night previous, and
being able to report a baptism. A sugar. the last scene of "La Tosca." Instead of the everything laid convenient for the morn-
Capt. Shackford, late of Jay Gould's steam
jrearago tho number of baptized Christians The composition of which printing rollers jump from the parapet into the Tiber she is work.
Atalanta JSk from mg
yacht recovering a long
are made was discovered by a Salopian shot of the Roman Guard she is
was 80. Since then it has more by one just as
and severe illness. Capt. Shackford lies at Nothing is more thoroughly mistaken
Not being able to find the pelt ball,
than doubled 1G5. printer. about to throw herself into the river. She
being now
the Continental hotel, Philadelphia.There than the idea that a woman fulfills her
of soft
he inked the type with a piece glue claps her hands to her heart, reels then falls
which had fallen out of a glue pot. It was is a movement on foot to match the and rolls all the way down to the middle of duty by doing an amount of work thatis

WELL KNOWN WOMEN such an excellent substitute that, after mix- champion four oared crew of the West End the stage. far beyond her strength. She not only x
does fulfill her but she most !'
with the to the Buffalo four from not duty,
ing molasses glue, give mass club of against a picked
The royal standard of England that floats fails in it and the failure u
Mrs. Harrison is very fond of Brown- proper consistency, the old pelt ball was en- Toronto. The match will probably be madein singularly ;
from the tower in "The Yeomen of theGuard" .
lag* of company and of amateur theat tirely discarded. the spring. It is said the Donohue boysof truly deplorable.To
is quite "bis:orically correct, as a
ricals, Toronto will bo given seats on the Cana- launder red table linen: Use tepid fi
costumer would say. In the Sixteenth cen-
water with a little powdered borax,
dian boat.
The little Princess of the Netherlands, GASTRONOMICAL TIDBITS. tury, and until long after, the English monarchs which serves to set the color; wash the t then she becomes of Holland Thc proposed race between William O'Connor -
queen haughtily assuming the title of "kingof
and tik
'ill be one of the richest, if not the richest He who in public spreads cranberry sauce and Jake Gaudaur will probably be England, France and Ireland," quarteredthe little separately: rinse in topid quickly water, using contain-very ;-. '

sovereign in Europe. on bread ought to be arrested. rowed on Toronto bay early in the spring. French fleur-de-lis upou their royal ing a soap little boiled starch;hang out to dry .

.1ISo.. C. Converse, 73 years old, now The attention of intending suicides is calledto : The course will be over three miles, and tho banner, as well as the three lions of Richard.In in the shade and iron when almost dry.
stakes will be side. The of
livmg Waterbury, taught Benjamin restaurant buckwheat cakes. 61,000 a signing Paris yon know, Mme. Hading is only Colored goods too should not be put ,
his letters and also had James articles on O'Connor's part will depend entirely -
garrison one of of thosa actresses whose
many position
into hot and soda should be I
salad water
Cold turkey makes as good a as his Australian plans. very
Garfield when ho 14 upon
fot a pupil was in a is defined in this
company country by
dreaded for them. should neither
learn chicken, and is far ahead of veal or mutton. They
old. The London Sunday Times says: "The Cityof the term "leading lady." Her disagreementwith be starched with hot starch nor ironed

Mrs. Lew Wallace has another book in No man of family whose life is uninsured Rome landed at Queenstowu twentythreeof and divorce from M. Koning, the manager with a hot iron. After washing, they .

.press, The Repose in Egypt." Her literary ought to eat tin canned lobster or tin canned the forty-eight members of the Gaelic of the Gymnase theatre in Paris, took should be rinsed in cold water, in whicha

activity is nearly as great as that salmon. team which lately went to America to help her from that stage, whereupon: that theatri- good handful of bay bait or a little

<* her indefatigable husband, although Apple dumplings boiled in a bag an almost 'boom' the Manhattan Athletic club, but cal octopus the firm of Abbey, SchoelTel and alum has i>een diabolved. They should .

*"e does not follow his arduous practice forgotten dessert,,has been smokingly found the American Amateur union a trifle Grau, promptly secured her for au Americantour. not be dried in the sun.
of. rewriting too strong. In consequence of the financial .
everything seven or eightrp68 revived.
If dishes and tumblers and other
hands failure announced by cable ia our last issue
it the ,
before consigning to
Pigs' feet Is an acquired taste, and many articles of that into a kettle
** the printer. the projected Canadian tour had to be abandoned ANCIENT ADVERTISING.It ware are Jmt
tell something akin to a fib when they say How much love of athletics took and covered entirely with coM water.
Nearly 200,000 copies of Mrs. Hum- they liko'em. is affirmed that the first ad- and the water is allowed to boil quickly
of the Irishmen across may be judged newspaper
been hrey Ward's "Robert Elsmero" have Tea cakes, long, fluffy slices that have an many from the fact that of the twenty-five still in vertisement appeared in 1643 during the civil for a short time, aril! if the kettle ia then
sold in the United States. At tho removed from the stove and placed in a
something for after- *
Ooloug taste, are new the States seventeen have obtained situations war in Great Britain.
usual royalty she ought to have received'nearly cools t until the water has become ,
noon reception. there. Thus are athletic pursuits made In Greece it the crier who
step- was public an-
for these. In fact sho
820,000 (cold the articles will IK> so toughened in ,
has obtained nothing from American Quantities of people still want: to know if ing stones to worldly prosperity. nounced sales or bid the people come to the the that they will not break -'"

Publishers excepting a paltry five hundred I they should eat the heads 'smelts and the Tulles and gauzes in varying shadesare theatre or visit the public baths. easily.: process Keep the kettle covered tightly

dollar check. tail of sardines. embroidered in colored silk with In mediaeval times it was the public until the water has had time to COOL ._ "

I Never stare at or watch the operations of pearls. -Theso fabrics are so frail that the crier who went abroad enumerating the ,

STOHIES ABOUT ANIMALS. the carver of a duck. It is a consideration greatest care is necessary in the wearing.For goods that a certain merchant had for sale. Agents' profits per month. W.u .t .;

be will appreciate. debutantes nothing is more deli- In England the first printed advertisementwas prove it or par forfeit. New
$525 net ont. A $''tb0 sample sent free.,
-,: The Buxton Me., hers which Binds, who keeps the hotel in Paris of that cately looming and unhappily epjwmeyal. gotten up by Caxton, 'the celebrated alL W. H. Cliideater ft Son, S3 I-

i. amPled] its owner to d atli lately has name, has been very successful in his intro- printer, who, announced thl(comv1etion of Street N, Y. 52 '

zln refused all kinds of ftKxl._ 1_ duction of American dishes.

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r :', THE FLORIDA STAR. placed on file and that he be allowed six- STATE OF FLORIDA, 1 Personally ap- Severe Cases of Blood. Poison. Porter & Potter .

; ty days in which to complete the same. Brevard County. peared beforeme Thousands suffer from blood poison ,
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. of dollar Walter S. Graham, George, M. Rob- who would be cured if they gave B. B.B,
No. Whereas sum one bins and Minor S. Jones, incorporators (Botanic Blood Balm) a trial. Send to REAL ESTATE

< ELLIS B. WAGER Editor 1 mi Pnlttr. for poll tax was assessed, to and collected forming the Board of Directors of the the Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga., for DEALERS, ,

from Robert Morrow, he being exemptby within named corporation, who being book of wonderful cures, that convince LAKE
S1.5O per Annum. reason of over age and credited to the duly sworn, say that the names signed to the most skeptical.) It is sent free.J. FLA. .'
the foregoing and annexed articles association O. Gibson Meridian, Miss., writes: "

Entered at the Post Office at Titusmllea* county school fund ; it is ordered that are their genuine signatures, "For a number of years I suffered untold 100 lots in the beach hammock t.

Second-Class Matter. the same be refunded and that the and that it is intended in good faith to agonies from blood poison. Several the inlet, 6 rods wide and extcidkT

county school board be requested to issuea pursue the business mentioned in said prominent physicians did me little if any from lake to ocean. Purchasers desirS?
ood. I to B. B. B. with
began use very
THE STAR is the OFFICIAL newspaper articles. greater width
buy lots
warrant for the same. can to suit
: little faith.'but to utter surprise it
for Brevard county. Sworn and subscribed before me ray 20 hammock
r No. 3-Ordered that G. B. Snell be appointed has made me a well and hearty person." acres, and prairie, at fcA
this 27th of March A. D. 1889.
per acre.
Z. 'r. Hallerton Macon. Ga., writes :
The Star has the Largest circulation road commissioner for precinctNo. WALTER S. GRAHAM .'I contracted blood, poison. I first tried Also building lots at head of lake
of on the East coast of Fla. ROBBINS o *tf
any paper 5.No. GEO. M. physicians and then went to Hot acres each, for 300 per lot.

.- ------ -- -- -- -- 5-Ordered that the following bills MINOR S. JONES. Springs. I returned home ruined man On the west side 47 acres, extends

The Emma Thur.sby Concert. be audited and ordered paid.T. ARTHUR F. S. WILLIAMS physically. Nothing seemed to do me from Lake Aorth-which i is salt to tfcl

The at the Hotel L. Paine Co. Com................ $24.00J. Notary Public for Florida.BYLAWS. any. good. My mother persuaded me to fresh Also water lakes west-$40 per acre.
given B. B. B. To utter astonishmentevery on west side 1G5
E. Bowman, sheriff................. 45.20A. try my ncres of fia-
Indian River last Friday evening ulcer quickly'healed. building sites for $40
on .............. 5.80J. per acre.
J. Carter, co. com of the Board of On
for the benefit of the Methodist ARTICLE I-A majority Benj. Morris, Atlanta, Ga., writes : "I east side a lot of 0 acres of
S. Bell, deputy sheriff.............. 4.20 Directors shall be to suffered from blood hammock rich
always necessary years syphilitic with lake front
church at Cocoa wasan event that Robert Morrow, co. com........... 12.00E. a of over
business and poison which refused to be cured by all mile
transact legal every a at $50 This
any per acre. will
will not soon be forgotten by those P. Cronin deputy sheriff........ 44.55D. decision of a majority of said Board shall treatment. Physicians pronounced mea either in bulk or in lots purchai be 4j

who were fortunate enough to be Laney janitor....................... 20.00 be valid as a corporate act. hopeless case. I had no appetite. I had who intend making improvement to n

present. The receipts of the evening O. F. Lane ", bailiff.................... 4.00 i ART. ii. The Secretary shall I give notice I pains in hips and joints, and my kidneyswere 15 acres on east side: south of
Chairman of Road District 14..... 25.00A. diseased. throat ulceratedand inkt.! bf f
reached that will insure was
a figure in writing,either personally orby registered rich hammock and morning
A. Stewart clerk.................. 48.25J. each member ofthe my breast a mass of running sores. story partly
1 the immediate erection of a neat letter, to corpora- planted in $100
!I P..Blake, ; deputy clerk............ 5.30E. weeks before called In this condition I commenced the use of cocoanut per acre.
tion least On the
of at any largest of the fresh
church. The crowded space our T. Redding bailiff................. 5.30E. the stockholders. A called B. B. B. It healed every ulcer and sore water lakes
of lot of 51
columns in this issue prevents sucha H. Rice team....................... 10.00 meeting meeting be had at the instance of a arid cured me completely within two a timber, and acres.with covered small clearing with hea rF ptee

notice of the concert as its excel- Mary E. Futch pauper.............. 36.00E. may Board of Director months. PlaatM
majority of the ,or by a I in tropical trees for $10 per .
The ..... ..... 150.00S. acreIn
lence deserves. programme W. Hall, tax collector written request directed to Secretary the Lake Worth settlement
................ 73.73E. 10 acre*
follows H. Ray treas'r;
was as : co. and signed by the holders of one-third o f Notice of Incorporation.The of rich hammock for $3.0KL This ii
.......... 306.72 o*"
1. Piano duet "Pas de B. Wager, co. printing. the stock.
Charge"Mattei capital of the few fine building sites left
) has this tv
following Corporation Oft
....... 100.00
( ), by Miss Ollie Laphanl and Chairman road com. dist. 13 ART. III. The Board of Directors shall, day been formed by the undersigned east side and is within a few lItiButts'

Mr. Schuyler was nicely executedand No. Ordered that the report of the at their first regular meeting, on the first Incorporators to wit : St. John and Indian walk of the Lake Worth I rto1 h.--

greeted with applause. Road Commissioners of District No. 12 Tuesday in April, 1889, immediatelyupon Liver Canal and Steamboat Co. tels and stores.Improved .

2. Baritone solo, "Heart BowedDown" accepted and put on file, and that said organizing the corporation, appoint Capital Stock} $100.000 dollars, in place with crew ettUa.r:
by a proper instrument in writing, shares of $100 dollars each. beautifully finished, on lot of replanted '+.
(Balfe), by Mr. W. B. Beach. road be laid out by said commissionerand duly signed and under the seal of the corporation To dig, excavate and build a canal connecting with :!.OUU<) trees of t all tiod.

This solo was highly appreciatedby be granted as a public road. an agent, who shall also be a the waters of the St. John's and among them iKMJ) cocoanuts, beam:: oranges

the audience, and Mr. Beach reSponded Xo. Ordered that W. H. H.GIeasoi| member of the Board of Directors, with Indian river by a suitable and sufficient limes, guavas with a fr..antaitron

to the encore with "Flee as be allowed 5.60 on the north east \ of full power to furnish abstracts of title, canal to carry, transport and convey I..aker orth of about 32 rods. ft.r $!"
a Bird." to affix the seal of the company thereto, persons and property thereon, in the 000.
sec. 20, township 27 s. 37 e.. it be- Counties otVolusia Brevard and
range Orange
collect all due the "With
3. Soprano solo "Loves Sorrow" to moneys company, adjoining: 1.t.r 5 aert **..tb.
ing an erroneous assessment for the year and to sue in the name and for the use and all necessary canals connecting said $12,000, :giving a total front of nearly >i
(Harry R. Shelley) by Miss Thurs-
canal. To and
principal navigate run
1888. of said company whenever it shall be rods A fine place fur a large hotel
national of Steamboats said canal. St. Johns
bSThe reputation upon
No. Ordered that the report of the necessary to collect the same by suit. and Indian IJiver. The office Improved placeot'over 7 acres, fearing
principal -
Miss is of such character
Thursby a ART. iv. The Board of Directors front the lake of about
may a on Sj ro-ls
and file of said Corporation shall be at.
Treasurer be accepted placed on ,
that we can say nothing which purchase or convey real estate at Osteen. Volusia county State of Florida I with a new house of two stories D*>>wy!
would add the fame and that A J. Carter and T. L. Paine be their discretion in behalf of the ,
to she already com- O3TKEX, Fla., March 15, I8S9. painted, with cistern etc.. for $5,(M4r.
enjoys. We would simply say that appointed a committee to burn the scrip. pany, or declare dividends out of its prof. This lot runs to the ocean.

the with committee said burned.No. ). its. They shall transact the general business II. E. OSTE S.
song was given perfectionin The reported scrip .
of the company as fully and freelyas JOHN SAUI.s.JoHx In thc Palm IScach Settlement
every respect. Miss Thursby is, 9-S. II. Ray, County Treasurer, if it were their own private business.But W. PRICE.

of course, an artist in every sense turned over to the Board 1758.31 on they shall keep a full and accurate \\". s. NORWOOD. IVc Have for Sale

of the word, or certainly would not general fund and 10.00 on road fund. record of all the transactions of the com- GEO. W. DICKSON.Police. IS acres having on it a lumber If

enjoy the pre-eminence she occu- No. 10-Ordered that T. L. Paine is pany for the inspection of stockholders, large; cocuanut running thrn&zh toth,*

pies in her sphere. It is not her and shall make a. full report of the same I ocean antI having a front on th# lake >f
wonderful voice alone that charms appointed a committee to have "Five- at each annual meeting. All deeds I 17* rods and on the ocean of2 } roi.

her audiences the distinctness mile" and ''Ten-mile" creek bridges re- mortgages or other instruments of All concerned will take notice that six for$4,500.

; perfect paired in accordance with schedule turned writing which may be necessary to months after date I will present my final Improved place of 22 acre. will ae-
with which every word is articulated be made by the company in the account to Honorable .:\IinorS.Jones,County modern \\iou e of lo rooms. This lot ic

and fine facial expressionwith over to him. transaction of its business shall be executed Judge of Brevard county Florida, and planted with all kinds of tropical trees.
which each shade of feeling is :No. 11-Ordered that M. S. Jones:!, as pray for an order dismissing me from the such alligator
under the hand of the President, as ; pears, m.iumee appie
portrayed play no unimportant Attorney for the Board be allowed the attested by the Secretary and with the execution of the last will and testament of sugar apples, dates etc., 24 J ru4 frontage
Phineas D. Wesson late of said
part in making her songs so enjoy- sum of 50.00 to defray expenses to Tallahassee seal of the corporation. Or, the Board of deceased. county, : on lake and same on ocean. Prit.

able. After ,singing "Love's Sor- in defending case before supreme Directors may, at any time, delegatethis AGNES. WESSON, $12,500.
Miss power to an agent, who may be one South of the above lot 18| acre3)
row, Thursbv gave, as an encore court and prosecuting Metzger claims 50-Gmo. Administratrix.NOTICE t
"Twickenham ; of their number or not, by a proper powerof rods frontage: on lake and same oa ocean.
Ferry" in a again the State. attorney, signed by the President and The line between thee two phew is tie
way that made even those who are the attested the under middle of running tfenwrh
No. 12-Ordered that assessment! by Secretary the seal an avenue

familiar with this ballad enjoy it for the year 1388, on lot 3, block 24, Melbourne of the company and duly recorded. In Circuit Court of the 7th Judicial to the ocean. -
as a new song. ART. v. The stock of the company Circuit of Florida in and for Brevard 13 acres:: running: through to ocean, l':;
4. Piano solo, "Poet and Peasant" sec. 2, Township 38 s, range 37 e. shall be deemed personal estate.:" County. A. D. 1889. rods frontage: on both lake aftd ee ftB.

(Von Suppe), by Mr. G. \V. Schuy be reduced from $800 to $600 and the collector Suitable] books shall be kept by the Price $3,000.The .

ler, was well received. of Revenue is authorized to collect Secretary for the registry and transfer of James Pritchard, Dissolution, of homestead of the late 31. W

5. Soprano solo, "Bird Song" taxes at the said valuation of $GOO- the capital stock, and every transfer of Charles\D.SweetJ} I'artnm's iip- Dimick. entirely cleared and ptaateUn
the shares of stock to be valid shall be tropieal trees and plants. )Ir" Piamick:
(Taubert)), by Miss Thursby. This No. 13-Ordered that the assessment on made of the of Lake Worth
upon such books by the holder] or It appearing from the affidavit of the was one pioneers
song was superbly rendered, and in north 1-2 of William Garvin grant be reduced by his agent, duly constituted as such in attorney for the above named complainant and :gave to this place all the adriana

response to an encore, the Star of from 2,000 to $1,000 and the collector writing. that the said respondent is a non- of his wide experience. There are about4G

the Evening rendered "\\'ay Down of revenue is authorized to collect ART. vi. A copy of the articles of association = resident of the State of Florida. to wit : acres, running through: to the oeean
Upon the Suwanee River with and by-laws and names of the a resident of the City of New Orleans, and having a frontage on'bkeaad OftID
the taxes as if the said land was assessedat and that the said respondent is in the
of fn.&ace
such wonderful officers of this corporation shall be postedby 41 rods. Lots of any desired
power many a 1,000 for the year 1888. the Secretary in its principal place of belief of the said attorney over the age will be sold, or the whole place, iAclel
heart present felt a longing for its There being no further business before of twenty-one years, it i is therefore for
business and published in the FLORIDA jug dwellings, $IS,
old home as the sweet singer pouredout the board they adjourned to the next reg- STAR. hereby ordered that the said respondent Lot of over I) improved with
her voice full with ular meeting, May 6th 188*. C. D. Sweet do plead answer or demurto acres
so pathetic ART. vii. A statement of the amountof the Bill of herein small dwelling; with a frontage of S jod<,
Complaint tiled on
feeling. the capital] tock subscribed and of the or before the Gth day of May, A. D. 18S9. running through to the ocean,fr$22ii-"

6. Piano duet, "Vaillance Polka Articles of Association of amount actually paid in and the indebtedness or the same will be taken as confessedand ; Lot of nearly, 11 acres in Pain IWi,

Militaire" (Ascher), by the Misses flue Direr'and Abstract of of the corporation shall also be the said complainant allowed to within a few hundred feet ofthe fann-a*

Hardee. The young ladies performed Title Company.We published by the Secretary once in every proceed exparte in said cause. And it I 3IcCormick place and the Comet
six months in the FLORIDA STAR, or oth- is ordered that a copy of this order be I Grove House planted with raretrupi
their of the the undersigned do '
part programme very asso- er newspaper nearest to the principal of- published in the FLORIDA STAR, a. newspaper trees, and having a frontage on lake amylocean
ciate ourselves under the General Incor-
creditably, and appeared perfectlyat fice of the corporation, and annually in a published in said County for the of!9 rods, fur $j, OO..
home, notwithstanding the large poration Act as contained in Chapter 34 newspaper printed at the State Capital.In space of four consecutive weeks priorto Lot of 4 3;5 acres with front2e of t ft>
McClellan's Digest of the Laws of
audience which greeted their effort. witness of the adoption of the fore- said Gth day of May. A. D. 1889. feet, has on it about250 cocoanulf, n *t
:Florida for the
of the business
7. Baritone, "Grand Old Ocean" of Abstract of Title Company. going by-laws the undersigned incorporators Witness the lIon. John D. Broome, of which are bearing This Iot/wMe

(Stein), by W. B. Beach. This an forming the Board of Directors of Judge of said Court as well as A. A. only to parties intending: to baiW&r
song ARTICLE I. This corporation shall be
the corporation have hereunto subscribed Stewart, Clerk of said Court, and the $2,000. This lot is in the 1Tell-k!1rII
was heartily applauded and Mr. known by the of the Brevard Ab-
name Seal of said Court at the Court House in
Board Dimmick
names at a meeting at Titus- cocoanut ::ro e.
Beach as an encore a beautiful stract of Title Company and have the town of Titusville in
gave succession said County
ville, Fla., this 27th day March, A. I). On the west side of the lake OPPOH&e
song, to which he played his own by its corporate name for the period 1889. this 27th day of March, A. D. 1SS9. Palm Beach, we have lots for sale with

accompaniment, entitled "Cling to of twenty years. It shall have all WALTER S. GRAHAM, .A. A. STEWART, frontage on lake of 10 and 12 red wr

me, Little One." I the powers granted to corporations under GEO. M. ROBBINS, Clerk of Court. $500 per lot. These are all beautifal
the acts referred and the Constitution
8. Soprano solo, "Swiss EchoSong" I and laws of MINOR S. JONES, JONES & WILLIAMS.Attorneys building sites, and before them the efl-
STATE of FLORIDA ) On this for Complainant. tire settlement the side is spread
(Eckert), by Miss Thursby. ART. II. The business of the corpor- day on east
This suited the voice of Miss Thurs- ation shall be to furnish abstracts of the Brevard County f of March, A. D. out like a panorama. Also
1889, personally came before me WalterS. Desirable building sites, farther south
by, in our,opinion, better than any titles to lands and other information as Notice Incorporation of the ;
Graham, Geo. M. Robbins and MinorS. in the next section, fur SCO per acre.
other rendered by the famous singer to the title, location, character and valueof Fi.-uiat I
Jones and acknowledged that they ex- Urevard Abstract or On the west shore opposite
lands in the
counties in which it
and gave the audience an opportunity business. maJ"do ecuted the foregoing for the uses and Title Company.The Postoffice, a lot of 10 acres with a freerage

to note the possibilitiesof ART. III. The amount of capital I stock purposes therein expressed. of 13 rods. Price $225.:
the human voice-the ARTHUR F. WILLIAMS In the beach hammmock at Piggies
sweetestof of the corporation shall be five thousand undersigned have associated themselves
all musical instruments. dollars, to be divided into fifty sharesof Notary Public for Florida. as a body corporate, and rive the following Postoffice, an improved place of 10' >CI h;

v It is seldom the Indian Riverite one hundred dollars each; to be raid I notice of their incorporation : with house of 8 room, planted wit
NOTICE. 1. The name of the corporation shall be about 500 cocoanuts some beano?-
has a chance of hearing such a famous up in full. The indebtedness of the cor- '
"The Brevard I nee
Abstract of Title limes sappadillos, etc
poration shall not time exceed Under and by virtue of order i issued Company. guavas, ,
Queen of Song, and the audience at any an 2. The general nature of the business $2,500. A limited number of lots will *#
one-half the face value of its capital by the Honorable Minor S. Tones, County I
left for their homes filled with Judge of Brevard Fla. the company shall be to furnish abstractsof sold in this vicinity with frontal fc>
stock made
delight. The Titusville party, however AHT. IV. The business of t-aid on the :1st day of :March.county.1889 ndon the title and other information as to the title suit. All lots extend from lake V>
to had their corpuratiuu location, character and value of lands and all the land is available _
we are
sory say, shall be petition oj D. P. Smith as administratorof ocean,
managed by board of
spirits sadly depressed before reach- three directors, to consist; for a the first Frank Smith. deceased, for an orderto in 3.the The counties amount in which of thecapitLl it may do business. On the west shore, in the Ticinity ita3ttdand o j

ing home. Our noble barge the of the sell tne lands!' of the said deceased for stock of the Figulus, we have 80 acres well !
year undersigned incorporators shall be
; the company fifty shares of one hundred and ora&: ?
bayment of his debts and distribution adapted to pineapples
Georgiana, meeting with a fog did and to be elected annually thereafterupon dollars each to be
paid in full. farther wnt
I will, on Monday. the first day up for $]Oan acre; also 85 acres
not arrive .with its half-frozen Passengers the first Tuesday in April. Said of April. A. D. 1889, "in front of the 4. The corporation shall commence on for $8 per acre. "

until 6 a. m. the next morn- Board shall choose from among: its members Court House door in said county, between the day its articles of association are filed On the west side GO acres or JeM'Jsuit J

ins:. a President and a Secretary, who ; the usual hours of sale sell at pub- for with the Secretary of State, and continue $30 per acre. The front oftl1is Lui.

shall also! act as Treasurer. It may also lic auction, to the highest bidder the fol- twenty years. is especially adapted to gardeniogorce*
employ] such agents: as are necessary for lowing described lands belonging to the 5. The officers by which the business of is eovereu
S while the
Proceedings of the CountyCommissioners. the management of the business of the estate of said Frank Smith, deceased, sit- the company will be managed shall be three coanuts, timber.
uated in said Brevard directors, who for the first year shall be the with heavy pine
company. county to wit : P. O. lot of onrl1
The Board of County Commissioners ART. V. The principal place of busi- Lot 1 and X. E. 4 of X. W. J sec. 3. incorporators below signed. The directors Near Hypoluxo hammock for, S-viO. rise
shall 8 rich ,
ness of the company shall be Titusville, Township 30, South Range 3S east, and be elected each subsequent year on acres, laev
convened pursuant to adjournment, mem- the first Tuesday in building sites and large frontajreoo
April. The
Brevard county, Florida. Jot 4. sec. 34. ;Township 29, South Range w
bers present-Robert Morrow, Chairman, In witness of all of the above we have 38 east. containing 150 acres; Lot 4, Sec. shall elect two of their number to be presi- On west side opposite fine Hjpoluxo laweniiu, :

John M. Sanders A. J. Carter, P. A McMillan hereunto subscribed our names, places Township 33. South Range 40 east, dent and secretary of the company, and the have nearly 100 acres which of only need;
containing 64.50 acres. Terms cash. Purchaser latter shall also perform the duties of treas- land, a heavy muck
and the number
irer. They also cultivation to yield
to pay for titles. may employ such agentsas
Clerk, and 'J. E. Bowman, Sheriff. severally agree:: to take in the capital This March 1st, 1889. are necessary to transact the business of would make a fine cocoanut phntat* .r
stock of said corporation this 27th the
clay D. P. the company. for $30 All the land on ,
The following bu ine 5i was had to wit: SMITH per acre.
of March A. D. 1SS9. r
Administrator of the estate of Frank 6. The highest amount of indebtednessor west shore is especially suited to pineapples
The minutes of the last meeting were I (1) WALTER S. GRAHAM,of Titusville, Smith. liability to which the corporation can at and the different varieties of the t<

:- read and] approved. Fla., 32 share. The above Sale i< postponed until I any time subject itself shall not exceed one- citrus family, having a close, compact .!

No. Ordered thU the bond of Fred. (2) GEO. 31. BOBBINS, of Titusville, Monday, May 6th. the same being the half the face value of its capital stock. soil with yellow sub-soil moist but well
0"4 Fla., 16 shares. fIrst in the month. .' side the to'OCl" 't' .
Monday WALTER S. GRAHAM drained. On the east are
A. Houston, to build the bridge acn ss Se-J ((3)) MINOR S. JONES, Titusville, Fla., WALTEU S. GRAHAM.Commissioner.. GEO. M. RoBBiVs, nuts and other palms, bananas and other ;

ba'iti n River be accepted approved end 2 shares. 50-4\y. MINOR S. JONES, tropical growth !


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\' : ,, ; .THE. :FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, APR. 4.1889. ,5

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1 C.8BBlp tio, a Surely Cured._ NOTICE." r I -' ,

.. 1'0 XH r'"t have a positive remedy for the above named Sanitary and Dog Law: within twenty-four ,hours' after being I will be at the voting places on the ,.

1 < 1J1 been iu_timely permanently art thousands cured.or I hopeless shall be Byv order, of the 'BOard' of. Aldermen, 'caught'aad imprisoned,'aforr.said, shall dares below. ) for the purpose of receiving. Ttie Elegant _

5 lad to end two bottles of my remedy nEE to any the Town_ clerk gives notice to the general be .conveyed by the, Marshal or ,other tax returns_:
who hare if
readers consumption they will '
i .. ".*''eesa of roar me tttelr express' and post office address._ Public that_ the Sanitary: law will be police officer, outside the city limits, Eden.Tuesday, April, 2nd, 1889. RESIDENCE AND GROVEOF _
Respectfully, ;' and killed Fort Pierec..Wednesday, 3rd, "
1' 1.8LOCUJI M. C, 181, Pearl,st,'New York. rigidly, enforced;; see article 5, section 3, Narrows,.........Friday, '6th, L. E. BARNES,

'.:, .tit and an ordinance_ passed'Feb.. 10, 1887. By order of the Town Council.J. Sebastian,...;...Saturday, 6th, ROCK LEDGE

1 ? How's This I Rule 9 of the rules .of orb er were suspen- P. BLAKE, Clerk. )Malahar........Monday, 8th, FLA.,

lg i We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for a njcut ded and'an ordinance passed forbidding Titusville, Fla. March 28,1889. Melbourne,..Tuesday, 9th, Containing' seven, and, one-third acres
of Catarrh that cannot be cured by taking Eau Gallie.Wednesday 10th of land
the fronting on Indian River.
depositing of dead
HslT.Catarrh Care. fish and animals The Her. Geo. H.Thayer, of Bourbon, Ind., says: Tropic,....... Thursday. 11th, "
r. J. CHENEY k CO. proprietors, Toledo O. in' Indian River Article 8. section 8. "Both'myself and wife owe our lives to Shilob'sConsumption Large, Roomy Residence, elegantly
.. We, the undersigned, have,known F. J Cheneyfor Cure." Sold by Dickson Grey, Ti- Canaveral..Saturda13th, finished
)f t the lact 1ft years and believe him perfectly honcrabl Be it further ordained, that i it'is the dutyof tusville, Fla, Georgiana,..... Monday, 15th, Also a Three-room COTTAGE
i *in all badness transactions, and financially
h and
f.' able to. carry oat any: obligations made, by, their the Town Council to pass such ordi Are you made miserable-by indigestion, Const Rockledge.Tuesday, 16th, outbuildings. One of the most desirable -
pation, Dlziuesr Loss of Appetite Yellow Skin Cocoa,.........Wednesday, 17th, places in Rock Ledge hammock.For .
g 1i! firm.Went k Trnr, wholesale druggist Toledo, O. nances to prevent nuisances, and to remove Sbiloh's Vitalizer is a positive Cure. Sold by Dick. 1\Ieritt..Thursday ," 18th "
. ;. Walding. Kinnan k Marvin, wholesale drug. accumulations of trash filth and son & Grey Titusville }1a. ..cT. price, terms, etc., apply to
Kilt,Toledo Ohio. City Point.Friday, 19th,
.ee r' E. H Hank Van',Toledo Hoesen Ohio., cashier; Toledo National' water, as to them may deem necessary immediate Why will relief you cough? Price when 10 ct.Shiloh'60 cU CuT aud $1.will Sold give .T.H.Sanders Saturday, 20th, ALBERT A. TAYLOR COCOA, FLA.
t ."' Hill's Caurrh Cure fa taken Internally, acting for the public health. Article 11, section by Dickson k trey,Tttusville, Fla. Titusville.Monday 22nd, "

b ,f, ;Directly upon the blood and mucus' surfaces of the 1, (in part). "The Town Council Shiloh's Catarrh Kernedy positive cure for Ca. LaGrange.Tuesday, 23rd, Important to Orange Growers
Price 75c. ,bottle. "
: tritem. per tarrh, Diptberia, and Canker Mouth Sold by Dick. Mims.Wednesday, 24th, ...,
'r d ;" Sold by all Druggists. 34 shall have full power to cause encroachments son k Grey, Titusville, Fla. Haulover,.......Friday, 26th, N

. and obstructions, decayed buildingsand "Hackmetack," a lasting and fragrent perfume. W. R. SANDERS The have
, ." ,:)4AnLAN1 A, FLA.., Jany. 2fith, 1889. Price 25 and 50 cents. Sold by Dickson & trey, undersigned special facilitiesand
: Jfctsn.- Lippman Bros., Savannah, Ga., ruins to be removed", and section 8, Titusville, Fla Assessor for Brevard Co. trade for the Sale of

Ifl' I\' Proprietors' P. P. P.: "be it further drdained, that no person Shiloh's Cure will immediately relieve Croup STRICTLY FANCY FLORIDA
For time I suffered with shall Whooping Cough and Bronchitis. Sold by Dickson For Sale. FRUIT,
a catarrh place any trash, lumber, wood, glassor & Orey, Titusville.Fla.
: and ulcerated throat. I took S. S. S., but other obstruction Three desirable tracts of high ham- And would receive consignments of
J, derived no benefit'from it. Dr. Owens, who in any street, lane, For Dyspepsia and Liver COmlJaintuu have a. mock land, located on the east side of same.

e t:. represents Lippman Bros., Savannah, Ga., .. alley or way, in said town; fine not to printed. guarantee It never fails ou every to CUle.bottle Sold of by Shiloh'sVi.talizer. Dickson & East Indian River. Tract No. 1 contains Inferior Fruit not desired.

1 { told me that P. P. P. would cure me, so I exceed $100,or imprisonment not exceeding Grey.liUuville, Fla. 56 38-100 acres, with a frontage of half a Prompt returns. Stencils

rbegan taking iLl have taken six bottles .thirty days." Ibid section 13 "Be A Nasal Injector free with each bottle of Shiloh's mile on the river, about 18 acres cleared, charge. Reference Chatham sent without -

s ., : ,* (small size), and I,am entirely well. I feel it Catarrh lteml'dyPrice 50 cents. Sold by Dickson a bearing grove and nursery of large tional Bank : Na
further ordained York
e .* like a new man, and consider P. P. P. a that any occupant of & Grey, Titusville. Fla. trees. Tract No. 2 contains 51 74.100 City.

a., ,'-, wonderful medicine., any lot, who shall throw or dischargefrom acres, with a frontage of five-eights of a JOSEPH B. MAXFIELD & CO.,
PETE MANNING. said lot The Greatest Anti-Periodic mile on the river about 6 cleared 75-77 Park
) any water or fluid sub- acres Place,cor. Greenwich Street
,. stance shall Known to the medical profession is a small grove and many trees in bearing. New York. 47'
on fined
not quinine, the base of which is the Calisaya Tract No. 3 contains 34 78.100 acres, "

..s, :. : r exceeding $100, or imprisonment not exceeding bark of commerce. This bark is gath- with a frontage of tine-fo rth of a mileon

; : 'T" Ultr p 9 thirty days." Article 13, section ered by the natives of South American the river which is about four miles in NEAT AND PROMPT.
countries and exported to all parts of the "
:' I 2. "That each person owning, usingor width. f The immunity of this land from
w world for the nianufactiiie of quinine.
w J.,', aJ) H frost renders it not only valuable but desirable -
i ". :.... ... ... !! control ing a privy or prides in the "The servant is not greater than his for fruit and winter vegetables.. I _

. FOR -TQSF3 i t.D\-JER. Town of Titusville, shall purchase a mastel' and it stands to reason that the For further particulars inquire of
extract has not the curative powers of SEND YOUR ORDERS (
large sized galvanized bucket and Hall 379 Harrison Boston % '
cause avenue, ,
A torpid Ih" "Ifrr..iigcs Use xvlsolcsys- the original. There is no more effective
, 1C1U,uucll' b' 3 the same to be placed under each hole or remedy for malarial disorders known to Mass., or of J. A. Shippie, Agt., Geor -FOR-

, Si'okDyspepsia' :-tr eRache9. seat of said privy or privies: used, and the world Westmorelahd's Calisaya giana, Fla.

,. !N cause tbe'same to be carted out of the Tonichich contains a sufficiency of
., Costiveness Rheumatism the purest bark, and all disorders ot the JVOTICE.
, ;' corporate limits of said town,' at least system raising from a diseased liver JOB PRINTINGSUCH
f Sallow Skn; and Piles. LAND OFFICE. GAINESVILLE. FLA
. \
','y. once a week, and every person shall use readily succumb to its influence. Thisgreat
March 16, 18S9. J ,
Thero is no better remedy for these medicine is for sale in every ding
of lime and sand in each bucketto Notice follow-
that the
common diseases than Tutt's Liver store in the town at 50 cents and $1 00a hereby given ,
rills,as a trial will prove. Price,:!: c. deodorize and disinfect the same bottle.A in;-nnmed settler has filed notice of his AS- .

. :.;;' Sold Everywhere. every day;" "fine npt less than $1.00, or intention to make final proof In supportof :"-
his claim, and that said proof will be ::
I t c to 6EMTSbotMP{... g JREE more tin.n $50.00." Article 14, resolu- Marshal Sa\c
. LsVtoEO.A.SCOTTNewYorkCity tion 1 and 5. "Resolved that all ownersof FLA., Jan. 21, '$9.1I1e. Com, at 'Titusville. Fla.. on May 4th, XOTE-HEADS
f'r 18S9. viz C. D. of Fla. ;
. "OSGOOD" real estate in the Town of Titusville .sr8. Lippman Bros.. Savannaht \ Ga., : Sales Courtney ,
. r.. 0 OD II. E. No. 12S51, for the S. i of S. E. },
.. V. C. Ctasdari s.:::::. lying east of De Soto street be Proprietors P. P. P.: BILL-IIEARS; .
requiredto N.Y.. } ot S. E.! and S. n. i of N. E. }
; Sent on trial. fr "].t For the past eight I have been in .. r
auaro; paid.J sail!;***'ai,_:.<.J. grub out and clean out all the streets bad health years with malaria rheu- Sec. 12. Tp. 23 S.. II. 36 E.
11' suffering lIe the witnesses STATEMENTS,
I rv 3 TON. $23.OtliCT I I of said Town from the line of their said matism, Dyspepsia drops, my digestionwbs prove his names continuous following residence upon and to I '

,SI71S !" 'I j.*' -.' lands to the centre of said streets," and bad and my hair all came out. In fact, cultivation of. said land viz: R. J. La CIRCULARS,
low. well lllu
tely Agents paid trati.ivwMi
i ;tree. Mention this Paper.OSOOOD article 13, section 5, "That the proprietors I was neatly a wreck. 1 had taken kidney Roche. Archie McRae. E. C. Whsiley, J.

& TEOi soN Fin httcn,1 ;. and blood medicine which did mo no J. LaRoche, of Com 11103', Fla. FOLDERS,
: of each and every hotel, ,boardinghouse : good. When I began taking P. P. P., 49. S. TUCKEU, Register. .

PARKER'SHAIR restaurant and market, within about three months ago, I was as weak as u IKYITATIOXS

BALSAMCleanses the Town of Titusville, shall provide child. I have only taken four bottles (small NOTICE.To .
size), and today I am a well man, and my PROGRAMMES '
and beautifies the hair.
themselves with barrels suitable and ,
-- Promotes a luxuriant growt or hair has "come again." I cannot recom- all, whom it may concern:
Never Fails to Restore Gray convenient receptacles in which all garbage mend P. P. P. too highly.
Hair to Its Youthful Color. Take notice that we, the undersigned. STREAMERS,
\V. F. V.TAur '
1 ate Dandruff and hairfalling slops, filth and house refuse shall will at the expiration of tour weeks'publication
:.f tl.00 at Drneirtsta. Marshal Monticello, Fla. 1
be and have the carted of this notice in accordanceand DODGERS "
placed, same Witness F. C. OWENS.Worth ,
: .
!5 MADE WITH BOILING WATER. conformity with Chapter "3594 of
out of the limits of this
away corporate the laws of Florida. file and BUSINESS
r a petition CARDS .
1[ : Town at least twice a week." Any per- Knowing.Mr. make application to the lIon. John D. ,

) : E P PS'S son violating this ordinance, shall, upon W. H. Morgan, merchant, Lake Broome. Judge of the 7th Judicial Cir- WEDDING CARDS,

be fined Fla. taken with a severe Cold cuit of Florida for the adoption of Ethel
conviction by the Mayor not City, was ,
.... .. Louise. infant child William F. Den-
GRATEFUL : \!FORTING.kOOOOA. atttended with a distressing Cough and CARDS.TO .
less than than
$5.00, nor more $100, or in man and Marie Louise Denraan, his wife
running into Consumption its first
be imprisoned not more than twenty deceased, of Jacksonville, Fla., as our '
He tried so-called -, TlIEFLORIDA-
stages. many popular .
,I I child and heir at law.
days. cough remedies and steadily grew worse. Rockledge Fla." March 13. A. D. 1889
; By order of the Town Council.J. Was reduced in flesh, had difficulty in J. M. LEE, STARJOB

MADE WITH BOILING MILK. P. BLAKE, Clerk. breathing and was unable to sleep. Fi- LELA V. LEE. F
( nally tried Dr. King's New Discoveryfor
:' Titusville, Fla. March 28, 1889. Consumption and found immediate PRINTING OFFICE, ,

.! DOGS.-The clerk was also ordered to relief, and after using about a half dozen NOTICE.All .

i I give notice, that the Dog. Law will be bottles found himself well and has had persons concerned will now take NOTICE. i

,' rigidly enforced. See article 3, section no return of the ilisea e. No other rem- notice that six month after date, I will LAND OFFICE. GAINESVILLE,

..'" edy can show so grand a record of curesas present to Hon. Minor S. Jones, County March 9,.1889 } '
"that bitch shall be allowedto ,
no proud Dr. King's New Discovery for Con- Judge of Brevard county, Florida my
t' TH ENCE run at large upon any of the squares, sumption. Guaranteed to do just whatis final vouchers as administrator. with the Notice is hereby given,that tfie follow
= settler has filed
t' ing-named notice of his
"' vacant lots or streets of the Town of claimed for it. Trial bottle free at will annexed of Thomas New, late of intention to make commutation

[ Titusville;" the Marshal is fully authorized Dixon & Benson's Drug Store, Titusville. said the Brevard same time county I will deceased apply for and letters thatat in support of his claim, and 'that proof said

: I to kill all such bitches. And also missory from such administration.This proof will be made before A. A. Stewart.
Renews Her Youth, clerk of circuit court. aiTitusville. Fla.,
3 ;, ': article 10, section 2, "that no dog shall Mrs. Phoebe Chesley, Peterson, Clay March 15,Wai.1889,MCCRACKEN. on Saturday, April 27, 18S9. :viz.: William

l!. {: :'.o..,;,:J t-t1 fj J lsrL- be permitted to run at large in the Townof Co., Iowa, tells the following remarkable 4801110.dlUinistriltor, etc. D Owen, of Gcorgiana Fla., hd.No. .

I' i,. rt.: ...;.; .uL.1.J:1rCr1' OF X-XF211 Titusville, unless such dog shall weara story, the truth of which is vouched for 18769;.for the lots 1 and 2 section
1-wnv'u.u.3iunl Standard; I'opular Medical Treatise on 6. township 24 south and lots 3 and.4 of
th rurscf Yo'nth,Prematur.'IccilueI.ervous tag or plate as is prescribed by this by the residents of the town : "I am 73 NOTICE. sec. 31, township 23, south,. :range 37
nu 111iyictl Debility Impurities of the Blood, ordinance, and any' dog found without years old, have been troubled with kid- east
In, complaint and lameness for many Whereas on the Sixteenth Day of
He the ,
t Ir names following wItnesses'toprove
such shall be caught by the Marshal -
i tag, years; could not dress myself without March 1889. levied upon and distrained his continuous residence ,

or any member of the police force, help. Now I am free from all pain and the property hereinafter named un- and cultivation of.said laud viz. : upon

., or any one acting under their direction,, soreness, and am able to do all my own der and by virtue of a distress warrant Mills 0.< Cotrell and Irving D. Ills-

:);, and imprisoned at or near the calaboose housework. I owe my thanks to Electric issued out of the Circuit Court of Bre- cock. of Horti, Fla; A. L. Bruner and t

V', IesuJUngrrom Folly,Vice,Ignorance.Excesses or Bitters for having renewed my youth, vard County Florida, against E. H.Purdv. Henry C. Fish, of Georglana, Fla.
,, victim in a building kept for that purpose, and to satisfy a claim for rent made
O ertaxatlon.Enervating and unfitting the removed completely all disease and pain. 47 S. C. TUCKER, Register.Commissioners .
.ff for Work,Bnsln-ss,the Married or Social Relation. the sum of twenty-five cents shall be Try ajbottle! 50c.and 1 $, at all drug by Enton and Brothers; and whereas r *
Avoid unskilful Possess this great of have
pretenders. none the goods been repleviedas
1 .Trerk. contains SOpajrea,royal 8ro. BeanUfnllindujg paid from the town-treasury for every stores in Titusville and on Indian River provided by law. I will therefore Sale.
cmbo.sed, full gift. Price;only l.Jp by ..
Jo jo,:: naU:.,post-paid concealed in plain wrapper. Illus.M. dog thus delivered at the pen or pound. Advice to Mothers sell at public outcry. before the door of Under and by virtue of a decree of the
'g; I .*j Propectns Frf'e.1f you apply now. The. Mrs.WnrsLow'3 SOOTHING Sraup should a1way. the leased premises, to-wit the "Red Circuit Court of Florida 7th Judicial Cir-
i tilt -gui.hed author,'Wm. IL Parker M.-D.. reeclvcd Section 3, "that it shall be the duty of ,
be used when children are cutting teeth. It relieves Saloon. to the highest bidder for cash,
MEDAL cuit in and for Volusia in chancery
the COLD AND JEWELLED county, -
from Modical Association the clerk of the council to have prepared the little suflererat once;it produces natural the following goods and chattels, on
the National for in wherein Thad-
ti quiet sleep,and the little cherub awakesas"brightas partition a cause
for the PRIZE ESSAY. on Dr.Parkerandacotpsof NERVOUS andPHYSICALDEBILITY. small Jags or plates of tin, copper or a button." It is very pleasant to taste. It Monday the'lnth day of April' 1880. eus Street, ct a/,complainants s and Mary
i consulted eonfi.denUally word "Titusville" and soothes the ehU.1lOftena the gums allays all paint 2 billiard tables S. Benner eta are defendants
Lo with the direc.tingthe
Assistant Physicians may brass, regulates the bowels,and is the best known remed y 2 ,
by mall or in person, at the office of pool bible, sale of the described for
for diarrhoea, whether arising from teething orother following premises
l' THE PKAItODY MBDICAT. INSTITUTE the year for which the same is issued, causes. Twenty-flre cents a bottle 5 barrels of beer and ale, the of of said
Ko,4lSnlfincit KnHton.JIA"10 whom all purpose partition property
tit the first of 1 barrel of stout.
ardors for books or letters for ad\lco stamped thereon, by day between the owners thereof. The undersigned -
Directed as above. January in each and every year; and Bucklen's Arnica Salve. 2 broken packages of stout and ale, Commissioners will sell, at public

such persons as may desire, may obtain The best salve in the world for cuts, 5 1 iron empty safe.barrels. auction, at the'Court House, door, in the
bruises sores ulcers salt rheum, feversores town of Titusville in Brevanl State
the clerk of the 1 broken of
1\ \\\l\-1 the same, by paying to package gin
r tetter chapped I hands, chilblains, 1 h of Florida between the legnl hours of sale,
council one dollar and twenty-five cents corns and all skin eruptions' and positively applejack. to the highest bidder, on the first Mondayin
.1 set of saloon fixtures
:'\O-\\ 5'L S for each tag so purchased; twentyfivecents cures piles, or no pay required.It bar counter etc. ,consisting, ot May,.A. D. 1889,' being the 6th day of

of which shall be the clerk's fee is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac- 1 desk. and # aid month, the following described property .
>y CHEST PAINS d1A tion or money refunded. Price 25 cents 16 chairs. to-wit: That tract of land known 8S
i and the remainder to be paid into the per box. For sale by all drug stores in J. E. BOW1I N. the Joseph Delespine Grant, granted, to '

.. GoUGHSG0LOS. town-treasury. Said tag shall be good Titusville, and on Indian River. Sheriff. Brevard Co.. Fla. said Joseph Delespine April 9th, 1817, and
confirmed decree of the Court
by Superior
only for one March 28 1889. lOdys.
year. ,
for District of East Florida by decree dated
1' Section 4, "that the owner of any dog SHERIFF'S SALE. the 21st day of August 38, and approvedby

i & CHINCrfi caught or imprisoned, as aforesaid, shall Under and by virtue of an execution issued AGENTS WANTED. (Only ?Y n., Supreme Court of United States Janu-

'. be entitled to the possession of said animal out of the Circuit Court of the Sev- ary 3ru, 1838, situate on Indian River, in
; it'i Side.&oBac { and the enth Circuit of Florida for Brevard county, EARTHSEAaSKYor Township 22, South Range 34 east, and
], on proof of ownership pay- therein in
upon a judgment given a cause Marrcls of the Universe;a grmpMo description of Township 22; South Range 35'cast., and
Aching. Sides and Back Hip. Kidney, and Uterinel'&Ins ment of one dollar into the town treasury, wherein Henry Bernheim and Gustave the wonderful things in Nature i thrilling adventures Township 23, South Range 35 east, and
Rheumatic, Sciatic. Sharp and Weakenirg Lind and 8e renowned discoveries of
on great ex-
Puns, Bettered in one uiiuuUbjr the Curticura An. and in case the owner. sha live in, ,town, Rexinger, _co-partners as Bernheim, Rex- plorers. Published In English and German. Ass pages,' Township 23, South Range, 34: east, now
,ti.Psln Plaster The, Brut and only intitantaneons inger&Co.,ofxCincinnati,Ohio,were plaintiffs illustrations. AGB AT OOKTOSXUL. Illustrated lying in Brevard, county, btate'of Florida,
*>!o.kUling. ugtbraicK piaster, 25 rents ; five, he shall also purchase a tag at the price and Joshua F. Lewis was defendant, I FORSUEE circulars McfflAKUf.and, extra trAs .to Cincinnati.agents FREE.O.PERFECT according to plat.and survey of said.,Grant,

: CHwacAtCoI rLOO. At:, Boston.druggists or of POTTBB DBUO AND 'aforesaid." have'levied upon and will sell'at public described in ''a patent of same from the

Pimples blackheads, chapped and oily skin curedbycbztcvat Section 5, "that the:clerk shall keepa outcry;in front.of the Court House door at United States,.bearing date the IttK of Oc

SoU. record of all .who shall Titusville, at 12 m., on the first Monday in, MAKER. tober.A., 1873,.the ''entire Grant on-
persons procure *May,.A. D. 18x9, the, following personal for making I,taining 43,000. acres', more or less.. '
The HINDCRCORNS. such tags, and if any person shall coun property, to-wit: The Interest of the said better than any.: Purchasers paying'for title. .
only son Car for Corns. Steps all pain. Ensure the
mmfw't totbefeet.. Druggtots Bocox&Oo..N.Y.ov terfeit or:use.any,.tag not purchased as J. F. Lewis in the schooner boat. known as JFoCOFFEE be t used$ with any .,JAMES PRITCII..UD, or-
the Ruby Dye said interest' being estimated Sample will be ,. '. .",
f lie she shall convictionbe 'FUCBNEBUAINEIIi "' : .
CONSUMPTIVE aforesaid, or upon twenty HAts in --l .
.-.., at 8200. Wanted to, .,.'.,'>, .ROBERTE.' L\BDu- :
ale Use ; } "
oalbn Bronchltl..hthma J at dollars and I'
fined not exceeding fifty ,E. ealan of this :,
aR KER'. aaNaER TOrenedNsir' n has eared JAMES BOWMAN selling articles. '" Commissioners
troIA won&defecttie e&a: >>IUW'WoA.aDd&-t1ie.Ded Take 1A lama jOg.aU W.aDd arWDc 1lJIO.' and all costs. Sheriff. ,CiaclmtaiMX ,March,18&. 48-30 days.,

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.'-(.6.-:; ) ; THE. FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, APR. 4, 1889. -

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ST.utUCIE HOUSE < x.-*,
,: J, CEO. 11RUMPHUPreparatory, : S. H. RAY ..A.r"tesi.anVVell L. A. GINGRAS, -

.Indian River, Florida i- A1iD

Having I t been Re-Furnished, is NOW IRRIGATION tUiUnAtlUno! ATr'Y-AT-LAW AND H 1ARY PUBLIc.
to opening up and makingroom ,
FOR'GUESTS under the Management Rock
OPEN for my Extensive and Varied Successor to J. C. Norwood and Co., Solicit Correspondence. Ledge, Florich.
of its old proprietor and owner. :

C. aSECTOR.., ,
St.Lucie, Florida.39 Titusville, Florida.

I Hardware and
BACOTT & CO.TITLSZ ., I have Inaugurated a

ILLE. FL,'., G-B.A1\TD Gen'l Merchandise General ProduceMERCHANT. Attornci'ii-at-Latr.

Titusville, Floods


\ Melbourne Florida

And Manufacturing of Tin Ware. A.. M. Hamilton & Co., TITUSVILLE, FLA.

*. And Repairing: ofall kinds I propose to keepFirstClass Wholesale Dealers in
Indian River ,
.Location: 3IAIX ST., near river. Oysters
J 2 A Stock ,, P. O. Box 20, 8.\ FOEI ILL
Will practice in all the counties of tie S.' UII
FISH: Circuit and Supreme Court. j

50 .ACRES : orders will receive prompt and careful attention -
,whether by telegraph e.
Lake Worth Dade County, FJo ndi
Will furnish Abstracts Title to Dade
New- Home containing Five Rooms Barrels $2.25. County lands.

Land. :t Oost.ALSO Gauged to order ten cents extra.
Best of Orange and Pine-Apple

Enquire of DRY GOODS, Wheelwrighting and Repairing. .


42 honey barrels and Oval Water Breakers br.mail will receive as prompt
2DOLLARSWILL : NOTIONS, from 82.00 up. attention as calls in person.Address .

Tanksand : Georgiana, Fla.TT .
Mens' Ladies' & Cltiidreus'CLOTHING all kinds of COOPER WORK to order. F. ATKINSON.


SHOES.: LaGrange, : : Florida.Oak PEACEFor
SEWING MACHINE. ., AT COST. the?Second Justice District of Bre-

With drop leaf, fancy cover two large drawers,, vard county; Court days, third Monday
fullwt of Attachments
with nickel rings nud a
equal to any Singer Machine" sold for $40 and up. taws Souse' of each month.
wards by Canvassers ,
asked.A weeks trill in >onr home, before payment is I[I Make Reductions on Many THE MUSIC HOUSE OF FLORIDA.

Buy direct" from the Manufacturer, and pave Lake Worth Dade Fla.
agents' profit, beside getting certificates of warrantee 19:A TS, ,
for 3 years. Send for testimonials toCooperative Other Lines
New House and Newly Furnished.
Sewing Machine Co., Rooms single or in Suites. A B. CAMPBELL
217 Quince St., Philadelphia. An know I c..m.e You Money on Jacksonville
S- We Pay the Freight. "IBS 42 NEAR THE INLET. Fla.'JI :
Purchases. I

RIVER BAKERY Best View of Lake and Ocean, station will First-Class Sell and Deliver at your nearest


We. will-Keep un Hand Every DayFRESH N"E w Gent's Furnishing Goods, And best Hunting and Fishing groundson PJ.A.JXTOSor.: :
I Lake Worth.


and Tropical Growth, both OB.GANSrOR
Wild and Cultivated.
GLASSWARE LESS MONEY than auy other house in tL.
Try us once and you will come again. United Stattfl. I always guarantee iostnufceBU
Bottlers of Sodawater Ginger be as represented. I Will hip a Piano or Orgaa to
ALLEN E. HEYSER, Proprietor. any honest man or woman on trial and it aft
satisfactory, I will pay freight both ""L 121
HARDWAREAND cash and $10 a month on a Piano and 110 cad ud
Ale and other Drinks GREEN AND DRIED FRUITS, $5 a month on an Organ till paid for-not a.1I
more than ordinary rent. On these terylAeral
LADIES' HATS, Foreign ami Domestic. terms anyone can own a instrument. Seedier
FREE CATALOGUE containing full formation.
ALLORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT Sheet Music.Strings,Violins. Banjo, Guitars,Aecordeonn
RIBBONS, and in fact, every Musical Instrument
Selser Bro. that IB made,and at very low p rices. Seed for com
ATTENTION. FEATHERS, Goods. Gomp'y plete Catalogue I bare 20.000 piece *f CbosreMusic >
Ship Chandlery at 10 cents per '/ 5.0(0 books of CV4c
Music at 10 cents Books of Ck *"
Arrive. These per copy. 6.00O
S. A. BELCHER, & COMPANY, Have Commenced to Agents for Bishop, Hoyt & Co's Ham Vocal and Instrumental Music at :50 cents asd l3
win be added to constantly. Also, mock Land Florida Oranges, ents.. Any>it"ce of sheet music published, at t
t f 50 per cent below publishers prices. Books of 3
PROPRIETOR, Citra, Florida. ,I pieces each sheet music size, 10 cects. Seed fcr

TITUSVILLE, 40 -" B. Campbell, Jacksonville; ,Fla.

These will be the main features of 'my COMMISSION MERCHANDISE. [Mention this paper j 0-Ijf-
Beautiful Line of all Embroidered business, but orders sent me for anything -
FOR kept in any store Titus- Je-A: man who is interested in his on
ville will be promptly filled. welfare will be pleased to know tha;

THE GfflGRAS GROVEAT LADIES' ROBES, Special 1 Attention Given Florida Fruits. ANDREW GIBSON

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

ROCK LEDGE, FLA., And all over Will buy Fruits.Eggs, Chickens, Philadelphia Pa. Titiisvillc,
Consisting of ,G6 Acres of Land; 44 In White and Black. Or any Country Produce my customersor References Seventh Nat'l.) Bank; Pro-
Acres Under Fence, and in cultiva- friends:, may bring duce Nat'l. Bank; Mercantile Agenciesor Baler Bread always on hand.

tion in Orange and Lemon Trees, Ladies' Silk Mitts, Gloves, Etc. to market. any Produce House Philadelphia. Also a first-class Barber shop attached..
22 Acres in Bearing; all in A large line of Corsets from 50 centsto t

First-class Condition.For $5.00 each.Gentlemen's. Traveling North or South take the I
I: ask for a share of the public patronage -
particulars apply to or inquire of I and come as a supplicant, not a
die tator, asking for favors. /
your ] LAne
L. A. Gingras, Esq., Laundried and Unlaun- If courteous treatment,good VEailory '
dried Shirts. goods and low figures is 1
,Or to G. J. on the candidate for
Varied Line of Gentlemen's
The most public favor, via 'ernamdina. between
Straw Hats, bought cheap and Marked then I'm

Rock Ledge, Florida.4-2 3mo. ;Low Down.STOCK. elected.Agent New York and .Florida, Boston, Philadelphia! and the East, I

OTICE OF INCORPORATION. for Chattanooga Plow Co.,

Notice is hereby given that the under- l\Iy Chilled Plows and SugarCane Sailing .
signed persons have formed company for I Mills.s. .
the purpose of constructing, maintainingand FROM NEW YORK CITY YROM FERNANDLVA,
operating a. railroad, or tram-road, PIER 21, E.R., EVERY FRIDAY. CENTRE STREET T7HAP.F.EVDlY'IDr D.i-

from Lake Poinsett to Rockledge and Co- the Iron Steamships STATE OF TEXAS, CITY OF SAN ANTONIO and
coa, with the privilege of extending to City never more c mplete. RIO GRANDE
Point, about parallel with the Indian Riv
through the towns of Rockledge, Cocoa I pride myself on the Superior Butter, 6r Are large elegant, deep-draft and comfortable, sailing alternately. Table,

and City Point, Fla. The name of said Coffep, Teas, Crackers, Etc., I am enabled the best on the Coast.

railroad, or tram-road, company is"Indian to offer the trade.I SCHEDULE.
River and Lake Poinsett Railway Com
pany'The railroad is to run from LakePoinsett keep in Stock Plant's Flour-none NORTH-BOUND, from Fernandina connecting with 5:40 p. m. train,from Jackson
to Rockledge and Cocoa, with better. I vine. I _
of extension to City Point through
privilege Rock Cocoa and City Point, about Grits and Meal week e CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Welder............... u Mar. 7th
ledge, : arriving ,
with the river, 7 to 14 miles in every "tM STATE OF TEXAS, Captain Williams...................... cc :. 14th
parallel : .
length, all in Brevard County, Florida. insuring it Fresh and Sweet. CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder............... u ql*t

The company's capital stock consists of Large Stock of Hay and Grain at all t llI STATE OF TEXAS, Captain .................... 2Sth 4lh43Order
, ....of one hundred shares of one hundred dollars times. CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder............... APrK

.. .each-$10,000 with privilege of increasing all Freight via Mallory Steamship Line from Pier No. 21 E. KNew York. ..,
such stock to 250 shares of $100 Most close living prices made on all I fli Kj-Special Agents are located at all principal point through Florida, where tickets can Le seear"l'"
The undersigned compose its I information obtained.
eachJnal1. .
.first.Board of Directors: goods in this line. AS-rrUte-roomg and berths secured in advance from JackacnTille and Fernandina o1Bce.i'
Traln.from F. R.&N.R'y. ron directly to ahip'i side at Fernandina.
': 1' C. B. MAGRUDER, .Any farther information can be Mined from .
J/::'* ;, ,,11. S. WILLIAMS, J. M.CUTLER,Passenger Agent >rner nay. and nogan street,JacksonTilie Fla.a.
.' LEWIS Pow R. HUBBY Agent,Fernaudina, Fla.
,-' R. P. PADDISOX, G EO. B. RTJMPH, H.H.RAYMOND, General Traveling Agent

,.. ','->.J'.V f This;;.:.\.,. .'r March;- t o, A. D.. 1880 E. 'P.! PORCIIER.41-3mo. TITUSVILLE FLA. s R.av. C H. MALLORY & CO. General l Agents, Her 20 E. E. Kf YORK CRT. I

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,i s..' THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, APR.. 4, 1889. 7 I
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jd* f' & c.otIvEat: I
F. T. BUDGK ears make 65.00 pr f any dealer says he baa the'tV'L.Dorplal {
AGENTS selling our Shoes without name and price .
::i : We beat the the bottom, put him down as a
: < LIVB1J'"DGE World for low price A
f' W x 10K, Embossed &dded.idtflf,1tu d exUn-

: Dealers in don pictures.clasp, Pent holding for $ 00,pages retail of for CabinetaTd*125;bound Card also :;;i ii d
paneeso Morocco. Illustrated circulars BEE
:, f Of the above

GEORGIA PINE LUMBER Forahre.'liirlnnall.*fe Me FIXERA j LWJMS ..>yt''r" r

!\ it 3 k; double their i
'j ,. t; f'_l\TS zsellinGOUrBRASb
Finished Corrugated. "'

:: ,' SHINGLES AND LATHS. 'f'\ iLt.Jl:1tu: HPHT LAMP. '.
.I.r.r.m U M in every family. Gins
,Cc more light Man thrw ordinary hmw.
ml Sizwl 1 Lunp bc- t l> Lxpree.- for
GEN"ER.AL tlnrrr cp .. \\e ago have the best
:E3.A.R.D AR.E '; tl..mni <'offee I'ot in the U a;.
:""" 'S., mi for Iustrite-1<
    ::1.,;' FOF :'H:'ztf: !cftin KINCinclnnatl'JSCOT. !

    Sash, Doors and. Blinds ; Stoves Tinware and Crockery.PAIN'I' : :: \ \ \ \ ,,, ,,,...''.. '!

    ( I...... ; \ .; y;


    AN"D OILS, ..1 t' .:.j.J/. W. L. DOUCLAFslJo

    Refrigerators, Water] Coolers, Ice Cream Freezers EIULS: $3 GENTLEMEN.OR

    l H BeAt in the world. Examine his
    :; : 85.00 GENUINE JlANI-SI
    Screen Wire, Screen Windows, Screen-Wire Doors. OF PURE GOD LIVER OIL S3.50 83.50 84.00 EXTRA POLICE IIAND-SEWKD VALUE AM FAit WELT CALF El t S1IOK.1I0t V SHOE.;.

    aND HYPOPHOSPEf:7Almost : .:; 82.00 and 81.75 BOYS' SCHOOL SHOES
    .: POWDER AT NEW YORK PRICES. An made in Congress Button and Lace.

    as Palatable as k iko! W. L. DOUGLASFOR

    TITUSVILLE So disguised that it can Io t .len,
    FLORIDA. digested, and aatttnllated by the most S3 SHOE LADIES.
    sensitive stomach, when the plain oil Best Material. Bent Style. Best Fitting
    TROPICAL Cannot be tolerated; and by the combination U not sold by: your dealer, write
    phites I* much more Efficacious. ,
    Egyptian Queen Pine Slips. FOIl SALE BY
    Remarkable as a flesh producer.
    C. Stare, Proprietor.
    IISTDI. LlSr RIVER N"URSEI IES. Persons gain rapidly whIle taking It. C. J. HECTOR

    Manufacturer of fine Havana and Domestic Bone Heal, Tobacco Stems, Cotton-seed Meal, Cow Peas & Fertilizers. SCOTT'S EMULSION is acknowledged by ,

    Cigars. Trade supplied with fine CATALOGUE Physicians to be the Finest and Best prepa Melbourne, Fla. I
    band made goods. Orders promptly filled. MAILED FREE. TERMS, CASH. ration in the world for the relief and cure of _._..__

    Factory at Malabar, Fla. 28'pitasville JOHN B. BEACH, Indian Hirer nI series, East Melbourne, Fla. CONSUMPTION, SCROFULA .'._. _,. "f1. .. lt __ .. ...



    CJ.yd S1e :iX1ship: 0<:>11 COLDS and CHRONIC COUCHS. I CURE
    Florida The and
    great remedy for Omsumpfian,

    Keeps of metallic and wooden New York, Charleston &. Florida Lines. Wasting in Children. Sold by aU Drugg tI.sewlngeuarhlneFRHH.

    Coins! Cases and Caskets. Magnificent:: Steamship of this Line arejappoiiited to sail as follows : fr RS S Best old:forZ1100.untill.tely.$Solid$3 watch Gold in the Watch world.FREE ; ,

    (Standard Time.) Perfect timekeeper. Waritnted. FmTS
    / + Heap Solid told
    Funerals attended if desired. All or- f J Hunting Csef.Both UJie r
    I p and genU fues,with work I II
    ders promptly executed, and at reasonable -' and case of equal value. i
    rates. Embalming done.NEWSPAPER For Jacksonville. From Jacksonville to New York. caltijr OiieJL'erson can secure in one each free lo-, When'I say CUR I do not mean merely to '
    I with and val- stop them for a time,and then have them re r
    tosrther oar large
    CIIEROIUE(via. Charleston). Fri., :Mar: 1, 3p. m. SMIIXOLK, Sunday, March 3, at 6 a. m. = mole line of Household turn again. 1 MEAN A vmtAL CU1UI. ,
    I IROQUOIS (via. Charleston. ), Fri, Mar 8,3 p. CHEROKEE. Thursday March 7, at 9 a. inIROQTJOI + J Samples. These samples, as I have made the disease of
    1TA MAN'S SEMINOLE(direct), Tu>s.. Mar. 12.3 p. m. >. Thursday, March 14, at 2 p. in. well as the watch, we tend
    CIIIinOKLh: (Ma. Charleston), Fri., Mar 15,3 p. m I SLMIJ.OLE Sunday Marrh 17. at K a in Free,and after you have kept FITS EPILEPSY
    IROQUOIS (direct), - Tiies, Mar. 19, CHEROKEE them in TOUT 1 hnme for 3 month! and shown them to those ,
    3pm. .
    SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY I Tbnr..dayIarch Jl I, at 7 a inIROQI who may hat nlled,they become your own property Those .j.
    :SEMINOLE (via.Charleston), Fri., Mar 22, 3 p. I ('OIS. Sunday, .March 24. at 10 a. n.SEMINOLE. who write at once ran be sure of receiving the Patch FALLING SICKNESS
    CHEKOKLL: (direct), Tues, Mar. '.6,3 p. m'l Ihnmlav, March :!S, at .' p. in. and Sample. We pay all expreM, freight.rte Address
    TilE PIOXEER AGEJVCY. I IHOQUOIt (via. Charleston), Fri., Mar.2:*,3 p. CHEKOKLE, Sunday, March 31. at .1 .i. m. Stinsou Co.. liojt sis,Portland,Maine. A lifelong study. \VAKEANT my remedy to
    I I IROQUOIS, Thur.dJr, AprilI., at 7 a, in CURE the worst cases 1U'cause others have '
    S93 failed is no reason for not now receiving a cnre.
    For terms and ham pie copies addresCIIAS.H.NAUMAN For Fernandina. I From Fernandina to Now: York. t of Send my at INFALLIBLE once for a treatise REMEDY and a FREE Give Exprcas r.OTTLB '

    YEMASSEE! (via. Charleston),Tues., Mar 5, *5 p. m. DELAWARE, Sun(1arIarch .5, at 6 p. m r and goods where the people can see and oat Office. It costs you nothing for a
    them we will send free to oneperIOD and it will Address
    nEJAWAREviaCharleli'ton)Tues, Mai.12, 3 p. \EMAS'LK. Sinidav arch: JO, at 7 p in. in each locauty.the very trial, cure you.
    Haulover P. O., Brevard county, Fla. I YEMASSH- (via Charleston" ) Tues., Mar.1t,3 p. m'l DELAWARE; Sunday, :March 17, at 4 p. in. --t_ sewing-machine made in H.C.ROOT,M.C., 183 PEARL STn NEW YORK.PIANOS
    DLLAWARE(via Charleston)Tues., Mar 25, 3 p. \EM\SSEE. S'rnay, llHre'JI, at 7 11. i. the world with all the attachments '
    *-1' We will also tend free :-H.. __.'it. : :. : .
    i a complete .q; J
    ; j .
    DI-LAWARE, Mmdaj, March 31, at 4 p In. Mine of our costly and valuable art __ n __
    i Esamples. In return we ask that yon
    A. L. Hatch & Son, show what we send to those whomay
    For Information Regarding Freight and Passage, apply toJ. call at your home.and after 3
    } months all shall become your own t.
    DEALERS IN A. LESLIE, Agent Jacksonville; T. G. EGFR, Traffic Ilana(-:tr, J,-' Licat\\av, New York; This grand machine is, 1
    J..1 STEAD. Agent reiuandina nade after the Singer patents, .
    . JOHN L HOWARD. T. F.A., Jacksonville. F. M IRONMONGER, T P. A., Jatinmulle.1VM. __ out have it sold run out for$93:before with patents the ,
    DRY GOODS NOTIONS P. CLYI>i: & CO., General Agents, 35 ISroadua, New YOl'l: ,, and now sells for r

    f rE j:lit S.tlehmenu\ stronge.tmost the! All Plain use.i.,

    brief instructions snven.1 bose who write to ns at once can secure .
    tree the best sewing-machine in the world and the
    Hardware Crockery Saddlery, fiiw"t line of works of high art ever shown together in America.
    TL'ltUJC fc CO.. Jttox 74O Augiuta.Maine

    Stationery Garden, Family SeeJSGROCERIES Medicines STARTLING REDUCTIONS -UlJ"[ 'nIl

    CHOICE: / ,

    Hay, Corn, Mapes Fertilizers. \ :' .-:--- (Prickly Ash, Poke Root,and Potassium)


    TIle Greatest Grandest and Most Wonderful SYPHILISPrimary
    C. II. SCOTT,

    KASTEUNHAIRDRESSING ,Secondary,and Tertiary Syphilis,S ph-
    = ,
    SALOON. tions. -
    all diseases of the blood ; nil those that haeresisted -
    other treatment yield steadily and sorely fiY
    If,you want clean and easy shave, SALE OF CLOTHINGKnown to the wonderful power of P.P. P., the great
    As clean as barber e\'ergavc, Blood Purifier. d !

    Just call on xue at my saloon,

    At morning, eve, or afternoon. SCROFULAIs

    I'll cut and comb your hair with grace an impurity in the Wood, producing Lumps or YOUR HOME
    To suit the contour of your face; Swelling, causing Running bores on the Arms,
    To I'll good shampoo, to civilized is in I must dispose of Legs,or Feet. for the care of which use P.P.P.,
    you give a man now progress. my the greatest blood medicine on cartlu All these IS NOT FURNISHED i .
    The art of which is known to few. diseases yield readily to the power of P. P. P., ,
    entire stockREGARDLESS giving new life and new strength.

    My scissor's sharp, my razor's* keen, S WITHOUT ONE. S.

    My shop is a ways neat and clean, BLOOD POISON SAVANNAH,Giu, NOT. t, 1888.
    And everything I'm sure you'll find, Forty Thousand Southern Ilonien made I
    To suit the taste and please the mind. OF COST Cured in its worst form ; wnethrcs in cases with happy with fine lo trumeot. since 1870 \
    Erysipelas,where the patient vas in Eternal Pain and still the good work goes on.3OOO !
    And to all who patronize intend, and given up by tie physicians. In tome cares Pianos and Organs cold last year. !
    now Scrofulous Ulcers hroku out till the party was a 5,000 oar mark for this year.Lower l'rJee.1 \ \
    Just come along and bring your friends, mass of corruption; a bottle of P. P. P. was Better Instrumental Easier Tern and
    And I assure you I will try procured,and the disease jieided; quickly. greater Inducement will gain u thl la* j

    My very best to satisfy. may? And invite all to secure all creased sale. :
    RHEUMATISM Thousands! of Homes yet nnsnpplled with II
    \ ___ Instruments that might to-day be enjoying.them I
    through our easy system nelling. I ,
    Increase Capital Stock. I And in an Affection of the Blood.P.P.P.stands CASH to pay down not needed. We bare I
    At a meeting of the stockholders of the I done wonderful.and unnvalet1, end tome of its:: cures are A PLAN by which, WITHOUT RISK,anyone .;
    really can obtain an Instrument of any Style-
    Indian River Orange GrowersAssociation, If you suffer from anvthlnjr like Syphilis i cro- or Price, making either OIONTHL.Y, 1 t
    held:at their place of business at City Overcoat or SuitFor fula, Blood Poison, Ulcers, Old Sores, Kbenma- QUARTERLY or YEARLY PAYMENT ;;
    tism, or any disease of the blood, be euro wsl
    1889 until paid for, meanwhile enjoying Dee of i
    15th A. D. a
    ,Point, Fla., January give P.P.P.a trial. Instrument. ,
    majority of the stock of said Ass'n being. P. P. P. (Prickly Ash, Poke Root. and Potas- No etortionateprice.. No Risk. No Forfeiture ,r
    Siam is no secret patent medicine like the
    represented at said meeting, and by a I the) market. Its formula La on every bottle manyon of all cash paid Installments cannot
    Tote of a majority of the stock present, thus giving a guarantee of Its purity and whole- be promptly paid. Contract perfectly
    Stock of said someness that no other blood purifier does give. FAIR and COGITABLE protecting purchasers ;
    did increase the Capital from all imposition or loss. !
    Ass'n, seventy-five shares more than was one-half its original cost. These are real Lippnmi B nF. Wl.olet-ile Drugsiot,, fl.f'oJp manufacturers Write ns and we will point out the way to h
    and l'rnp.t..r: +, 1.11 pond l icxknan a\"lttJ-
    provided for in its articles of incorpora- no pretended bargains, as I am 0 I. get a fine Instrument Easily and at a Low
    tion.-Thus the Capital Stork
    making determined to Price Wonderful bargains for Fall"1888. I
    of hundred{ sharesof
    said one
    Corporation Better than any before offered. Price. J
    one hundred dollars each. And at a
    Largely Reduced. Notice these SPECIAL I
    meeting of the Directors of the Indian : J
    River Growers Association, heldat OFFERS: ':
    Orange I
    the same place, on the same day and GIVE YOU THE BENEFIT Upright Piano Only $200 ''

    of the .
    date in of the action -
    pursuance -- -
    7 Octaves Overstrung Scale Three
    % -- -
    Stockholders aforesaid and by a resolution I
    Rosewood Folly Guaranteed.
    Strings-- -
    passed by a vote taken thereon, F'J: ';; ""''':o'.. .!'- : -- -" -Sweet Tone. Catalogue Price,$000.

    increase the Capital Stock of said Ass'n Of this Great Sale. .0 DO YOU REALIZE THE FACT that You Can -- A fCUK CCltri Yu tG J Parlor Organ. aBly $65Four

    or Corporation, as above hundred mentioned sharesr to g -: Get Bargains of me that will save :you cents, dimes CHILLS FcYER ,='' Sets Reeds-11 Stop*:-Couplers-
    the full amount of one ,Lattuacut a= Handsome Case. Catalogue Price,9400

    r one hundred dollars each. And by a and dollars on every purchase ? Stool,Cover,Instructor,Music Book i
    j resolution then and there adopted, the and all Freight Paid.

    j Subscription-books of the stock of the S Other Special Offers Jutt at good. Largest Soot lr 1
    . said: Corporation, was ordered to be, and SnrfA to choose from. TEN GRAND MAKERS. I
    remain open for subscriptions to the WONDER BUT DON'T WAIT 300 Different Styles. Can suit all buyers. Write 4;
    .. new and increased stock of said Corpora- for catalogues,circulars,and Free Copy of our new }
    '" paper "Sharps and Flats,"giving full and valuable
    'tion, at the office of said Company, until mm information. i
    < the first Wednesday in the month of I _

    Q December 1889.Certificates of. said increased stock, As this Sale can't be kept up longer than the Goods last, and ,they are LIPPMAh tr.v ')' !fBAFij8!E REMEMBEROUR OUR EASY LOUT PRICES.TERMS.

    t' have been placed on file in the office of going the way of Real, Al Bargains atTitusYille. IS CA'-T-tD: TIS ONE PRICE ONLY.

    -, the Secretary of State, of the State of i it Wonderful Chili and Fsvsr Expsiler:! : BEST IIAJTDSOME INSTRUMEJfTS.OUTFITS. i

    Florida, March 2, 1889, and in the office I It cures the chills ar.] fovpr. t"' P nj t1..; ..y'tn I. ALL FREIGHT PAID..
    ',: of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of gives an appeUte,bnc,. jji'ttD;;lhaiia*u it'.ttatae g 19 DAYS' TRIAL.

    t.t Brevard County, State of Florida, Feb. J. BIRNBAUM'S \ offerer. MONEY SAVED ALL.
    27 Lippman Brot::ers. Wholesale Druists
    1889. \
    ,; A.L. HATCH. sole raannfactbrers and proprietors, Lipp- _

    Sec'ty of I. R. Orange Growers Ass'n. mann.block, Savannah, Ga. HOUSE. SWJUMAH. GA. '}


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    ::8.'I"- THE FLORIDA. STAR, THURSDAY, APR. 4, 1889.

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    LOCAL, 'L" COSICS. I -The STAB is $1.50 per annum in I Ex-President Cleveland] and party Attention Taxpayers.The t ti i

    -Local advertisements 'are ten cent advance.Mr. returned here on the steamer St. Lucie books for assessing the town .

    line. L. B. Dennison, of City Point, yesterday, from their trip to Jupiter. taxes are now open. All persons own-
    During their stay there since last Saturday ing property within the corporate
    -Don't fail to attend the great sale of has a good draft mule for sale. limits of the town of Titusville, will

    horses at Titusville, Friday, April 12th -MiSs Burtus, of Mims, was in town they had splendid luck fishing. Mrs. please] make returns of the same.S. .
    H. B. Plant catching a ninety-four pound F. GRAY,
    and of this week.
    Tuesday Wednesday ROYAL=
    -Iiss Emma Thursby passed throughour :we
    Monday. Tax Assesor.
    tarpon, or silver-kingfish: t ,
    town Tuesday on the way to Jack- -Mr. F. G. Huckaby, our energetic Cleveland expresses regrets that he can- rte.

    sonville.A furniture dealer, arrived hereon Tuesday and For Sale, t
    not spend more time on Indian River k Yit

    furnished cottage to rent at a evening in Florida just now, but Messrs. Cleveland An excellent Sailing Fiat-bottom Boat, "c

    moderate price. Further particulars -Parties visiting Rockledge will find Bayard and Vilas expect to visit 23 feet long, beam 8 feet, draws 14 }:tlt"
    inches of water with brick ballast under
    enquire of J. Birnbaum. nice accommodations at "The Wilkinson our river again next season, then to make ceiling. Sloop-rig, with new sails of 8oz. ..

    -River Fronts for sale on easy terms Cottages..J.lfJ1ley." a longer stay. The Ex-President has duck. Boat in first-class order throughout. .:

    for cash. See A. V.: Hiscock, Georgiana Money 11 Money III to more a voirdupois to carry than he did For further particulars enquire at !
    I the STAR office.
    Fla. He means business. loan on real estate. Apply to Robbins on his visit here a year ago, showing that 44 tkbr

    Methodist services at LaGrange will & Graham, Titusville.The a relief from the cares of President agrees For Sale. 1

    be postponed 'from,.the first to the second name of Haulover postoffice has with him physically. The people of In- .
    dian River only that Mrs. Cleveland Millinery, Dress Making, Fancy Goods -4Klf4G .
    Sunday for the month of April. been changed to Clifton, a far more regret and Notion Establishment, on Washington -

    Quite a large party from'this place, pleasing and appropriate name. did not accompany him on this trip. Av., Titusville, Fla. A well estab- 1t0I:
    On our river, elsewhere, she is the lished business clean
    as stock
    neat well
    LaGrange and Mims, start today on the Oyster shell lime of A 1 qnality is
    favorite with appointed store2stories. Will be disposed
    Ruby Dye for a trip to Jupiter. offered for sale by J. S. Watson of EI great everyone. of on reasonable terms. Long- bCv

    -Birth-To Mr. and Mrs. R. Ranson, Dora. Price furnished on application.Mrs. -County tax sale will appear next ground lea moderate rent. Suitable POWDERAbsolutely
    week and it will be the largest that Bre- reasons will be given for selling. Address
    March 29th an infant daughter.
    Ffiday ,
    A. M. Wesson returned
    vard has ever had. P. O. Box 244, Titusville, Fla. rot
    Mother and child are doing well. to Palatka, Fla., where she will stay Pure. **

    Judge M. S. Jones, with his family indefinitely with her sonIr., Harry ir
    Hims. powder never varies. A marvel of parity
    started this week for a short stay at St. Wesson.A GRAND VIEW HOTEL strength uliolesomexitis... More economical 1S 1
    than the ordinary kind. anti cannot be told la
    Lucie, with :Mr. L. R. Paine, his brother- carload of ties for the :Melbourneand :Miss Laurie Harrison is spending a competition with the multitude of low te.t, Short
    week in Titusville.Mrs. weight, slum or phosphate powders. Sold only la
    inla' Atlantic railroad arrived here yesterday TITUSVILLE FLA.Me cans. Royal Bakiug Powder Co. 104 Wall Street ,

    Messrs.: C. Farran, and R. W. Goode, through Messrs. T. Hatchet Curran and Miss J. B. Linsay are -o- New York.J. 1i

    of Melbourne, were in town this week & Co. at the Hiawatha.Mr. PIUTCIIARD. President. .

    assisting Mr. D. B. Grubb in making his Yachting men on Indian River will Philip Ruhlman was at the Hiawatha lost centrally located Hotel in City. W. II. BROWN,Cashier. p;

    final. proof.Mr. learn with interest that the champion a few days this week. -0-- INDIAN RIVER BANK byOs

    -: and Mrs. Geo. M.' Robbins and peinant of the State was won from the Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Towns were callersin NEW HOUSE. FIRST-CLASS IX

    31.'P. Robbins left for visit to Cheemaun Titusville, Florida.A .
    Mrs. a at St. Augustine Satur- Mims Sunday afternoon.Mr. EVERY RESPECT.

    Jacksonville and St. Augustine yesterday day by the yacht Undine. The race was and Mrs. Hammond have gone on GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS THAI-

    not a fair test and should have Open all the year round. Table unsur- SACTED.
    morning.Mr. though, a short visit to City Point and Cocoa.
    Batchelder, of Boston, finished been declared, as it required five hoursto pas:;ed. Bath Rooms Free. t Exchange bought and poM. Special and St.c
    Mr. Bachelder tuned Miss Eunice Har } prompt attention given to collections. Loans
    piano tuning and repairing here last Saturday drift ten miles. With a good breeze rison's piano last week. He always gives Rates, S2.5O & $3.00 per Day. negotiated on first mortgage for Savings
    Hanks, Corporations and Individuals. Inter
    the Cheemaun
    his work, as usual, giving excel would undoubtedly have satisfaction.Mr. SPECIAL FATES PER WEEK. est allowed on time deposits. f*'

    lent satisfaction.Just held the pennant. Advances made available collateral..Apro'ell .
    upon Fr
    I J. N. Thompson, of Osteen, was J. MILLER Proprietor.FOR business paperjdlscounted.
    -"The St. Johns and Indian River ,
    received at J. Birnbaum's, a .
    down this week looking after his Drafts on all parts of Europe.
    fine lot of Children's waists for children Canal and Steamboat Company" is the orange Business done at Jacksonville rates. .1ft
    grove at this place. Every favor, consistent with Bound
    from four to twelve years old. From name of a new corporation, whose pur- SALE. banking, cheerfully extended. seiA

    25 cents to $1,00.PatroDlze pose is to connect the St. Johns at or Mr. Bowman was a visitor in Mims A tract of land on Indian River in the CORRESPONDENTS: Bank of Jacksonville.Jacksonville ,
    Thursday and attended the closing exercises of Brevard consisting of 88 Fla.; The Seaboard National
    the sail-boat line near Lake Harney with Indian River county Bank, :New York.PORTER. 23
    new Aurantia Canal that of the school. acres; it being lot No.3, and south half IiI
    near by so steam-
    which carries your goods to your own of the northeast quarter of section 35,
    wharf. Address H. Q. Hawley, Titus- ers can make continuous run from Jupi- I We were sorry to learn of the illness of and, lot No. 3, being the southwest quarter iajr

    ville, Fla., for terms.It ter to Jacksonville. The canal proposedis our friends Mr. and Mrs. F. A: Strahan, of the northwest quarter of section & POTTER

    to be about eleyen miles long; estima- but pleased to know they are better. 36, both in township 31 south, range 39 ,
    is rumored that Mr. G. B. Rumph east. This is desirable piece of S3
    ted cost about million dollars. The a very
    one Mr. Geo. Pahlman, who has been down .
    has bought the stock and interests in' hammock, soil of rich quality, suitablefor
    projectors think that if the State will for few months with Mr. L. K.
    a Myers, the of all
    raising tropical fruits. Is
    the furniture store owned by Mr. F. G. : b4al
    Huckabay on Main street. give sufficient land, or guarantee intereston on account of ill health, left for the north situated at the Narrows, nearEnos post- Real Estate Dealers S,
    the bonds, the project will soon be: last week. office. Will sell cheap for cash. For
    -Mr. Geo. B. Rumph shows his faith accomplished Messrs. J. E. Osteen particulars address
    Mr. Richard Rocker has purchased a E. M. LOW Lake Worth, Dude Co., Fla.
    in Titusville the ,
    by commencing shortly
    John Sauls John W. Price Wm. S. Nor-
    piece of land from Mrs. J. E. Brady, Sept. 3. Brockton, Mass. tbSs.
    erection of a fine residence on his lot in wood and Geo. W. Dickson are the in-
    with the intention and -- ---
    North Titusville. Mr. L. R. Decker has budding plant-
    taken the contract.J ing an orange grove. tofc
    substance claimed to be the petrified
    The last of the of this
    orange crop year
    A. Durst, of Crescent City, the of .
    eye a man was found last week by has been and the trees heavily ,
    are -
    pioneer well-sinker of the State of Florida :
    Mrs. M. Grover. It in
    was some rich laden with the beautiful blooms fcG
    is now operating at City Point, hammock soil ,
    dug up by Pierre Titus
    fine for
    where all correspondence may be addressed near this place for enriching flowering a crop next season. !

    and information be obtained.A We are pleased to welcome Mr.Jimmie asP
    plants. At the this
    same place groundwas
    carload of improved Texas horses taken from Pierre also found the Mitchell in our midst, who, we under The Cash Bazar
    stand, has with the intention of Peoples'
    will be sold] by auction to the highest skeleton of a human being and it is sup- re- liii
    He has
    bidder, for cash, in front of the Grand posed this eye belongs to it. Pierre secured maining. a lovely young orange ,
    two miles north of Mims and will
    grove rr
    View, Titusville, Friday, April 12th. the hammock soil for Mr. G. F. ,
    be a desirable resident
    Rain or shine, the sale will take place. Ensey, who gave Mrs. Grover several :

    -Rev. J. Foy was taken suddenly ill baskets of the same, and in raking it over
    -Don't fail to attend the great sale of
    Monday with a paralytic stroke, during she found the petrified eye'as mentioned.As horses at Titusville Friday April 12th. On Corner, next to Railway Depot, Titnsville. J tlC

    which he remained unconscious for nearly it has always been claimed that the .. :

    three hours. Numerous friends soon human body cannot be petrified, this Death at Eau Gallic. For Cash-Button hole twist, lc., full 100yd.; black silk thread 3c.; spool cot

    respond %)with their kindest care, and petrified eye, if such it can be proved to ton 2c.; best brass pins 4c.; American pins IJc. pkg.; socks 4c. up; good note paper, M
    trope to see him about again. be, will be a rare curiosity.Mr. From our Special Correspondent. 6 sheets, lc.; black ink 3c.; best machine oil 3c.; hammocks 80c. to $1:32; scissors 4c. 'G'
    we soon to 32c. whisk brooms 5c. suspenders 12 to 20 Island] cotton 2Jc4}
    On ; ; c.; City knitting h
    Thursday last the 28th ult. Miss :
    -The new freight .house just com A. H. Smith, representing the Flannel Shirts from 75c. to $1.25; crochet quilts, bed spreads, buttons, bustles,iita-

    menced by the railroad company near Ducker Portable House Company, of 735 JaneKingan, aunt to Mr. and Mrs. J. E. tionery, blacking-brushes, toweI8,-napkin cartridge, in fact, anything you want, it

    the depot will be completed in about a Broadway, N. Y., has, within the past two M. Hodgson, passed away, aged 81 years. at the People's Cash Bazaar cheaper than you ever bought before.

    erected The deceased lady was born in Shettles- Men's Undershirts, from 20c. to 40c.ROBBINS .
    month. It will be large enough for some or three days, two portable houseson &
    the lot ton, near Glasgow, Scotland ; went to Lat
    time to come. It has an enclosed space adjoining Messrs. Robbins &

    of 20x74 on a platform 32x78, with room Graham's real estate office. These build- Montreal, Canada, in 1847 and resided

    on two sides to drive up teams to take ings speak for themselves, they are easily with her brother, John Kingan, of the .

    and deliver freight put up in three or four hours time ; made firm of Kingan & Kinloch, till his death, EiK EiI:

    in 1864; moved to Eau Gallie, Fla., in
    -Bishop Weed held confirmation service of the best white pine for lightness, and .
    1884 with her niece, Mrs. J. E. M. Hodgson '
    at St.Gabriel's Church last evening.His are specially constructed for hunting and tii
    with whom she resided till her
    fishing camps. They are provided with
    able and interesting discourse just
    ample ventilation and also apparatus for death. & GRAHAM t't'
    prior to ,the rites of confirmation, waslistened ,
    those with heating uniformly. Their cost is from The community among whom she lived
    by present great $250 to $750, according to size. Mr.: will miss her, both in the church and
    attention. Only two persons were presented -
    Smith will be in Jacksonville : Sabbath school, and her immediate
    for about

    Brown, for and confirmation Miss Minnie,Joyner.-Mrs. ,, M. ten days, but will have a man in chargeto friends and relatives will miss her kindly REAL ESTATE BROKERS & LOAN AGENTS. :0..te.b.

    greeting and advice. Her death
    ; show these houses during his absence.A though _
    -Married.-On Saturday last Mr. R. sudden, was not unlooked for, and her tbklt
    man going by the name of P. H. .
    C. Scrimgeour was married to Mrs. M.A. nearest relatives were at hand to perform

    Lowden, both parties of this town, Rev.J. Horton, alias Hicks was arrested Monday the last loving services required in this LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD. .
    Titus for
    by deputy Henry forging
    Foy performing the ceremony. They life. The remains were interred in .the .
    started on the noon train for St. Augus- orders on several of our merchants, signing burial lot of the Hodgson's at Eau Gallie. Loans Negotiated on First Class Security at from 12 to 24 per cent. r' "
    to these orders the
    of Mr.
    tine and Jacksonville, and are expectedto The Rev. H. M. Prince conducted the Choice lots in 100
    Brown, who has charge of the jail house. rapidly growing Towns, will net investors percent r'
    return to-day. Their many friends i funeral services, which were attended by in twelve months. 4'It
    Messrs. S. H. G. B.
    Ray, Rumph and
    wish them much joy and happiness.We friends from Tropic, Melbourne and the Residence lots in Titusville from $20 up to S1000. ,
    E. S. Hamilton, were the parties he
    learn that the annual Tegatta settlement where she passed the last four Business lots from $250 to $2,500.
    the orders on, and each one of them
    and free dinner May this of her life. The who
    on Day year years gentlemen

    will be dispensed with, and that the management acknowledged came from Mr.the Brown.order, The thinking amount it acted as pallbearers were Jas. T. Stew- Agents for Florida Southern Railway Lands

    will content themselves with a art, P. McMillan and Jno. L. Casper
    involved only amounts to $6,00 in the A r.
    basket picnic. Why is this to happen and he could have of Tropic; J. O. Walton, Jno. H. Mellor More than 3,000,000 Acres of Choice Lands, located in nearly every

    after so many happy annual May Days aggregate had he not drunk easily and crawled es- and William Treutler, of Eau Gallie. county in the State, suitable for Farming, Grazing, Fruit and Vegetable

    have been spent at Oleander Point? caped got Growing-Pine, Cypress and Cedar Timber, price $1 per Acre and
    under the Presbyterian church to get out
    Every place on the river has been expecting J. M. SAWYER & SON, upwards.P. .
    of the He was arraigned before
    the usual festivities, and will be 0. Box 250 Titusville, Florida.A. .
    Justice Atkinson yesterday morning who
    55 greatly disappointed.Mr. Yacht Sail-makers
    bound him over to appear at the next

    H. Q. Hawley has just finished term of court. Horton had been working A. STEWART, GEO. M. BOBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM.Clerk .

    a commodious wharf-house at the ed of for Mr. Brown and knew just howto 84 & 85 South St., New York Circuit Court. Atty. at Law. 31. D-

    the new city wharf and in connectionwill word the orders to avoid suspicion.Mr. .

    run a line of swift sailing boats of Brown says he was quite astonished ASD BREYARD ABSTRACT OF TITLE COMPANY.

    different nage to'suit the trade. Those ,to find his credit so good with our FOOT OF 55TH ST., ATLANTIC

    -interested,, cheaper transportation willdovweUtpbommunicate merchants, each one of the forged orders YACHT BASIN, BROOKLYN. Complete Abstracts or Title ftimlslicd to all lands' In Brc- .1

    : with. Mr. HawjJ&fressing ''being promptly accepted. vard county, Florida.

    him .at Titusville. He ,. ..
    Titles Perfected.Box
    Examined and .
    ..,;:, **,,gBaraileeg, satisfaction and. quick transtfbftfifon. -D n't attend the great sale of Particular attention given to Pleasure Z

    1I. .(4.'' *, ,;?< horses at Titusville, Friday, April 12th. Boat Sails of all descriptions. 50 250, Titusville, Fla.


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