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:
May 1, 1890


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


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

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University of Florida
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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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I 1890. 2.

f LOCAL LACONICS. -Mr. J. B. Greenwood, of Baltimore, Household furniture at private sale. MELBOURNE MENTION.NEWS Mr. Horn, who has large tract.of landon

Md., was in town Friday last. H. Q. Hawley's residence.Yee the east shore, near Grant's farm, has

} THE HAPPENINGS 'ROUND ABOUT US. The Rev. J. N. Jones has been quite Lee, a Chinaman, will open a OF THE PAST WEEK IN THAT engaged Gus Snell to superintend the

Current Events of Our Town and Suburbs sick this week, but is much better now. laundry on.Main street next week. VICINITY clearing of five acres of land, to be

Briefly Epitomized. -Host J. P. Miller was kept pretty -Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Watson have Placed Pointed Paragraphs for the:ad- planted with sisal hemp. Mr. Snell _is

t -MAY DAY. busy Monday evening, his hotel being removed to the Wesson cottage. er'a Perusal. now at work on the grounds. If Mr.
I Horn makes of the business
-Mr. C. M. Sturges, of Fernandina, fairly crowded.Mr. -Chickerin piano and some house- Too dry to talk about. a success
there thousands of
was in town Saturday.Mr. G. A. Jones, connected with theJ. hold furniture for sale at Mrs. Eacott's.Mr. Artesian wells are on full tap. are acres equally
available and for its
adapted culture
S.1\I. Comly, of Toledo, arrived ., T. & K. W. Railway, was in town and Mrs. OscarHall. of Merritt, Happy is the man that possesseth a and a great amount will be planted.

here Thursday evening last. Saturday and Sunday. was in town a couple of days this week. flowing well.

-Mr. W. C. M. Hale, of Palatka, has Money Money 11 Money 111 to -Miss Sidebotham, of Philadelphia, Mrs. Hold ridge captured the largest LACRANCE.
I loan on real estate. Apply to Robbins & went for down the river .
been staying in town since Friday.Mr. a trip Tuesday.Mr. bass yet taken here.
Graham, Titusyille, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. E. Hall, of City Point,
Geo. W. Harden A. K. Spencer of Palatka arrived for
of Clinton, The boats begin to enter the regatta. for few last week.
were up a days
arrived in -The STAR can be found at Dr.Screven's here on Friday evening's train and 1
Ills.. town Saturday evening. Ten are already entered up to Saturday
Mrs. S. F. and
news stand, Titusville; at E. C. started down the river next day. night. Gray children Titus
-Choir practice at the Episcopal Johnson's, Cocoa, week. vine, spent last week with us, visiting
church Saturday evening instead of Fri- every -Mr. D. P. :Stewart: of New York, arrived John McAllister is running two rigs at friends.

day evening.Mr. -Mrs. and Miss Tylor, of Natal, South at the Indian River Hotel Friday Rockledge to supply the demand for
Africa, were in town Monday. They evening, and started for other places wells there. Misses Lena Norwood and Ethel
Sparknan of Georgian in
left on steamer next day for other points down the river next Rumph were welcome visitors among us
" town Friday last, ordering quite a stock down the river.J. The St. Augustine arrived with the last week.
a of goods to take home. T. McCarty,, An- southern mail Sunday and continued to
A. Durst of Crescent the Rod Smith is nicely fixed in his new
City, kona, Fla., is giving special attention to Titusville.Mr. .
-Mr. J. H. A. Bruce of Maitland
house and in a short time will
pioneer well-sinker of the State of Flor- contests, final proofs, and land matters says we
Fla., was in town for a short time the and Mrs. John :\Minor and son not know the
i ida,is now operatingat Lake Worth, Fla., generally. Has money to loan at a low
, end of last week. John start Friday for Cincinnati to spend
where all communications may be addressed rate. Mr. and Mrs. James Armour with two

-Bring your lunch baskets for the and information received. M.' B. Bunnell and the summer. : of their children, are up from Jupiter,
Picnic and Capt. Alfred Wilcox and wife of Mel-
May Day Regatta, as your visiting relatives.
-Mr. R. E. Johnson of Middleton.
plasterer, is prepared to take contracts,
bourne Beach left for Jamestown, N. Y.
k can get no meals on board. ,
Ohio, returned here again Tuesday. He anywhere on Indian River. Addressall Sunday was Mr. Jones' regular day for
/ -In the absence of the regular minister said he had been last Wednesday.Mr. preaching, and
staying at Orlando, and communications to Titusville, Flori- we were sorry to see he a
at the Episcopal church, Mr. Henry I found it so warm there that he was gladto da. 29 McQuaig is having his store was feeling so bad; was not able to go to

N'r; Egger will conduct morning service Sun get back to the cool breezes of Indian -One of the STAR staff returns thanksto painted in bright colors that add greatlyto Mims in the evening.

days. River its appearance.T. .
again. the young lady for the bouquet of The gentlemen of our community are

-Dr. Louis A. Scovel, of Lyons Falls, -Mr. J. W. Huntington came in from beautiful roses presented him Monday E. Richards is now shipping pine- quite successful in fishing and hunting

N. Y., who spent the winter of 1888-9 at his place at Aurantia Saturday evening, evening in time for the social gatheringin apples. The drouth will make the fruit and fried fish and squirrel stew is the

Rockledge, died April 17th, at the homeof and returned Monday. He said the fires South Titusyille. small we fear. order of the day.
his in Clinton N. Y. The Izant Hotel has been rented for
parents have made sad havoc out his way as wellas -Captain Hawley, Mr. J. S. Watson, George Gardner is busy shipping snap
-The Naiade, with a crew composed' elsewhere burning through his ham Mrs. Hutchinson, Mrs. Hawley and Miss the coming entertainment, and will makea beans. We were pleased to see he has

; of Messrs. E. B. Wager, Charles Howard mock and "laying in the shade" his Hutchinson took a trip to ElDora and first-class ballroom.Mr. quite a nice stock of goods,and the "little

': 1 and Henry Dreyer, started early Tuesday shanties.Mr.. ocean beach last week, returning Satur- and Mrs. John Goode return to store looks as of yore." ,

morning for Melbourne. day evening, well pleased with their trip. their summer home at Hyde Park, Ill., Mr. J. P. Coats of
and Mrs. H. E. Trie, of Palatka, Selma Ala., is hereon
'' -Charles E. Moore, who has been in I this week, starting Friday. a visit to his brother, J. S. Coats and
arrived here Saturday evening, on a -The new hall in the Bank buildingis ,
the employ of A. M. Hamilton & Co., Mrs. Shadle, who spent the winter with looking after his interests he is
visit to Mr. Chas. Hale, North Titusville.Mr. to be opened with a grand dance the as quitean
since last left for his home in her sister, Mrs. Fee, was one of the party
September, extensive
T. is will be property owner.
ticket agent for the J., T. & K. evening of the 9th inst. Music
Wilmington, N. C., last Friday. His W. Railway at the above place. Two furnished by Barrata's band, of Jacksonville that left Wednesday.. Mrs. M. D. Rawls left for her home in

friends expect to see him back again ere nieces also arrived Saturday evening. and the young men interested in Mrs. L. E. Hicks and Mrs. M. E. Tid- Columbia Tuesday, after a visit of about

long. the affair are determined it shall be a ball, of St. Paul, Minn., started on their three months. Miss Lena Norwood accompanied -
Messrs. Losley and Crabb, who were
-Mrs. S. M. Lorimier and family are brilliant event. return north last Wednesday morning.The her, to be gone all summer.
brought before Judge Jones for a -
expected in town this evening, having preliminary Canal Company steamer, Denny, Messrs. Carlile
; hearing for selling whisky and -Another very pleasant social gathering & Johnson sold all they
been busily engaged for some time past I running billiard and pool tables without took place at the home of one of our stopped for a short time I last Sunday to had left of their cabbage crop to. Mr.

packing and storing their furniture preparatory license Tuesday, were bound over in residents, Tuesday evening, when read- wood up. She was on her way up the Watson, and are about through shipping.

to leaving Jacksonville for the sum of $250 each tq appear before ing, singing, speeches and instrumental river. They realized very satisfactory prices.

Titusville.Mr. the County Court. music whiled the time away. Refreshments Messrs. Addison Fee and N. Downeyare Our village blacksmith is just as busy

D. J. Adams,.of. Warren, 0., were supplied in abundance, and away off in the wilds of City Point from morn till night. He says more

who:>> arrived in town Friday, has been -Miss Lena Norwood leaves this weekto all present spent an enjoyable evening. putting down artesian wells for Fee & broken wheels shafts, etc., are coming in
at the Indian River Hotel for a spend the summer months with friends Nesbitt. than he
can get through with in daylight
and relatives in South Carolina. She Messrs. Henry Titus and W. E.
few days. It was his intention of going & Nesbitt at City and he often has to work late at
will be greatly missed in the choir of the Britton were out bird shooting Tuesday, Fee are drilling
, to Lake Worth, but the alteration of Presbyterian church during her vacation, and returned with about thirty birds of Point. They have completed several night.

steamboat schedule changed his plans. where she has held the position of organ- various kinds. They had, it appears, a wells there and have a number more There was a very pleasant sociable at

-Indian River Lodge, No. 90, F. A. ist for several years steadily.W. very spirited horse, who did his best to under contract. Uncle Jake's new residence last Friday.
M. will hold their regular monthly he and seemed to themselves
lay these sportsmen low. However, Mr. S. Gibbs has as fine celery as we everyone enjoy
meeting on Friday evening at seven M. Anderson met with a very succeeded in breaking the stock of Mr. have had in this State. His low-ground very much. Although all the neighborswere

o'clock p.- m., at their_ usual place of painful accident Tuesday morning. Britton's gun while performing some garden seems to be well adapted to the not present, there was quite acro".d.
meeting. Visiting' brethren are cordially While loading lumber on the Frost Line, back-action tricks. of such .
at the railway wharf, a box of freight growth plants.
invited to be present, S. H. Ray, '
Secretary.The fell on the fourth finger of his left hand, -Mr. Fred. F. and Mrs. Taylor, who The many friends of Capt. Buie and INDIANOLA.Now .

t crushing the end of it right oft Dr. have been spending the winter at Cocoa, Purser Altree had an opportunity to see it to the 16th
new roadway leading to the came pass on dayof
Wilson attended to the injury.Mr. were at the Indian River Hotel Monday, them last week the St. Augustine having
the fourth month that Julia said
south beach has been openeoj but as yetis
their home
on their way to Lagrave,
the lower river.
rather rough to drive over. It is C. II. Mount, who is connected Grand Rapids Michigan. Mrs. Taylor been put on for a trip on unto Hannah, her daughter, "Let us

readily reached by passing Mr. Rumph's with the engineering department of the informed us she had spent a most enjoy- The genial proprietor of the Carleton, arise and go upon a journey even into $

residence on Palm street, then turning to i J., T. & K. W. Railway, was in town a able time this winter, while the fishing Mr. R. W. Andrews, is still picking the land of the merchants the great

the left a short distance. By going couple of days this week, having arrived excursions of Mr. Taylor were pleasantly strawberries from his patch, though fruit .I City of Titusville The saying pleased

thence west about a hundred yards brings here to look after the constructing of impressed upon his memory. They left ing for several months, and the prospectis Hannah, so they arose, and taking their

you to the new street. the Indian River Steamboat Company'snew here on Tuesday morning's train. good for some time to come. satchel in hand journeyed to the banks ofa

dock, which is to be 200 feet long mighty river, where they took passage
of Hansfield
-Mr. and Mrs. M. ,
returned froma
Day, Chas. A. Smith Friday
-Rev. B. Brown Episcopal clergyman
I upon the steamer Georgians, and on the
and 35 feet wide.
0. Mrs. L of Bennington, U. S. Land Office Gaines-
; Jennings, I arrived in town Friday from Mait- trip to the at way they held sweet converse with divers .
Kt. ; :Sir. and Mrs. Samuel Barton and -Our readers must excuse all errors land, preaching, Sunday, both morningand ville. Charlie and his brother have persons known unto them. After

Mrs. C. A. Taylor and maid, of New and imperfections in this week's STAR. evening, at St. Gabriel's church, before "struck it rich" on gardening this year, many hours they came unto the city and

York, registered at the Indian River Our Editor started Melbourne Tues- a fair congregation. Mr. Brown, having had good crops and fine prices. went into the house of J. P. filler, the j

Hotel Thursday, and left on steamer day morning, thus depriving the STARof who has been offered the choice of this' Mrs. Morehouse decided to remain as the inn-keeper, who sat before them

next day, for Lake Worth and other his valuable assistance. However, district or Tampa, will fully examine long as possible here, where she has beenso bread and meat of which they did eat,

points down Indian River. we will forgive him if he returns with this field before deciding upon anything much benefited. Since Rev. Dr.Judd's and were filled. Afterward they went-

-Captain and Mrs. A. Wilcox, of the prize he left our sanctum to competefor. definite. He left for Cocoa and Rock- departure, she has been residingwith upon their several ways-one with the ',

Melbourne Beach, arrived Thursday last This office will close today as the ledge Monday morning returning the Miss C. Marsh at her cottage on the prophet (who telleth when the rains will '

on their way to their summer home at remainder of the staff leaves to "take in" same day, saying that he was very favor- bluff but expects to return north this descend and the floods come) to look upon
Jamestown, N. Y. They intended stopping the fun. impressed with this district and
ably week. the ark, the same which is to carry
for a time at Astatula, where the things in general, and that he would of Atlanta's valor
he -Mr.: C.E. Graves, one of Melbourne's The first quarterly meeting of the two mighty men
Captain has a steam launch which the heavy weights, came up on :\Iondayevening's meet Bishop Weed, express his views on Methodist Episcopal church was held last down to the sea ; and one unto the howe
will arrival from
house until his steamer. We were pleased to see the matter, and probably be in Titusvillein Melbourne. Revs. of the man who maketh maps and baild-
Sunday at
north next winter. They left on Fridaymorning'lS about a fortnight from tomorrow.He eth cities the
friend Graves, whose visits to Titusvilleare White, the presiding elder, Rev. J. T. on parchment, even unto
train. left here Tuesday morning for his of the At
like angels-few and far between.He Lewton, and others were present. A amazement people. night they
-MAY DAY. We are informed by home. the inn where the sweet
took the train Tuesday for-some- 'arge congregation attended the services came again to ,

Superintendent Watson that the steamerfor where up the line; he did not tell the -Engineer Fitzgerald, of the Indian both morning and evening. singers and they who play upon the

the regatta and picnic at Melbournewill exact spot. His pleasant face will be River Steamboat Company,ha succeeded piano and guitar were gathered together

leave Titusville at FIVE o'clock seen on board the steamer again this in placing new condensing pipes on both Fred Prang came up from his truck On the morning of the second day they .

a. m. instead of six o'clock,as previously (Thursday) morning, for he would not the steamers St. Lucie and S. V. White farm Sunday. He has made a success of went forth and came into the house of
' announced that the excursionists will gardening for profit. He is still shipping James who the of the
go miss the picnic and regatta. without hauling them out. This would keepeth peace
arrive in time to witness the regatta. No task unfeasiblehad beans and tomatoes, and they are still city, the same who goeth forth in the
have been pronounced a
meals will be served on board or beds -There was a meeting of the Indian dock been selling at $4 per crate for tomatoes and evening, and witboldeth not hU hand
M. B. S. Monday evening at the new dry completed,
furnished. Fare, $2;, children under River L. A. but the work was a necessity on the $8 per crate for beans. One grower on from slaying the fowls of the air, which
of half- the residence of Mrs. Robbins. Reading the island received $54 net for seven
z twelve and over five years age St. Mr. Fitzgerald ca- rest upon the waters. They alto went
steamer Lucie so
the '
the order of even
and bean-bag was crates of snap beans a few days ago. the of whom
into the place of merchants
reened her using levers, screw jacks. ,
price.Dr. One of the lady captains of the by
and Airs. Judd who are on their ing. unexcelled in orna and by water barrels placed on the opposite I County Surveyor Burchfiel was engagedin they bought sandals and fine linen for
way to their home in Chicago, left here bean vig team was I the mantles wherewith lo gird themselves.
the old Firestein
the Ride the platting place on
that holding
for arrived from menting the board with the bags; it wasa side, so After which they did embark upon the
DeLand Friday, having Dr. feat which caused some amount of condensing pipes was fully out of water. south side of Crane Creek, measuring off vessel which goeth unto Jupiter, even ,

Melbourne the previous evening. There was a good attendance -' Both these steamers are being thoroughly lots on Front street and running lines for unto the end of the river. And they returned
Judd. was the Episcopal clergyman at strict attention to !overhauled in machinery and wood-work, riparian rights. New Haven avenue's and came again unto their house,
Melbourne during the past winter and ; everyone paid and Julia lifted up her voice and wept
and from the repeated out- and the boiler of the St. Lucie will be lines were also located;and improvement
I the reading; i and Hannah was excefding11lOrTowful.
poke of his courteous
high terms When the work is i of the same will be begun at once or
bursts of joyous laughter elicited duringthe fitted with new flues. I for the mantle of fine linen which they
treatment by the residents while there with; I evening, we conclude all spent avery ,: completed she will be in as good order as directly after May Day. Front street is bought of the merchants in'the great
and the organist he referred to the city Dot.P .
j I time. when she arrived on Indian River. completed through to bridge.
,; great pleasure. pleasant .

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I I of'drink wMT fie did not tEInk --
Two Hof eat, : :
.turns are more : OF TREELESS OAKLAND. A Child Killei
TUG FASHIONS Tilt DAY gray, one very dark and the other light, proper to do, believe, eat or drink what
the other the for himself Another child killed by the of
are always elegant ahd ladylike as are thought thing use
also different shades in brown. Prentica Mnlford Has Been Lying AboutIt whether it was or not-and in many opiates> given in the form of Soothing!

OUVE#HARPER GIVES INFORMATION for Twenty Years. cases it was not. No. Mine is simplythe Syrup. Why mothers give their children -
Just now the maiden with the abnor- [Special Correspondence.] beneficent attitude of such deadly poison is surprising
ti ON THE BONNET QUESTION. mally developed hat brim and the big peaceful mere
when they relieve
can the child
OAKLAND Cal., April 19.-During my difference of opinion or taste. The eagle of its
dog out and the
are seen lady'sstruggles
to keep the dog within young bounds long stay away from California I used to soars. The mole burrows. Shall the peculiar troubles by using: Dr. Acker's

And Then She Describes In Detail a Number and the hat from blowing off afford become garrulous in telling eastern people mole persecute the eagle for sot. .ng? Or Baby Soother. It contains no opium or
morphine. Sold Dixou
of BonneU and Some Very for the of the be- by & Gray, drug-
; Pretty cause anxiety on part what a beautiful spot the city of vice versa?

Taking Wraps and C..4tame-Pictures holder not unmixed with amusement. If Oakland was built on. I said many Alameda next to Oakland,and in substance rists.
the hat did blow off, could she trust the Can't
Latter. a continuation of it, is a Sleep NightsIs
of the dog to catch it for her? Or is the hat many times that as you approached Oakland very
beautiful Yet the anti-tree the complaint of thousands
[Special Correspondence.] nailed on securely? The whole is a on the ferry boat from San Franciscoyou place yet. suffering
NEW YORK, April 24.-Truly the new subject for reflection, but I don't believe houses-only treesa mania prevails there. Often when a from Asthma,Consumption,Coughs,etc.
saw scarcely
bonnets are lovely. They are the nails would injure the train of an/ any street is newly graded the trees must go. Did[ you ever try Dr. Acker's English
spring it is .ul lack something of girl who goes out in the street with a big I roof or church spire sticking out here And they are Remedy? It is the best preparation
true going.PRENTICE
dog. OLIVE HARPER. and there but all the rest a sea of the MULFORD. known for all Lung Troubles. Sold on

that pointed aggressive style that were dark; green foliage of the live oakstome a L positive guarantee at 25c.: and 50c. by
favorites for the last two seasons but
A NEW SWINDLE. the most beautiful of the oak speciesa Dixon & Gray, druggists.A .
the velvet flowers and the fine taste THE M'CALLA COURT MARTIAL.
shown in the selection of colors make tree whose intent seemed to give

them beautiful. There was one. black How Certain New Yorkers Hare Been shade and protection its limbs curvedin Some Personal Information Regarding Ita
"Done Up" of Late. to Yourself.It
lace bonnet, with velvet nasturtias in so gracefully, and having always the Members. Duty

three or four shades of yellow from [Special Correspondence.] tendency to spread in a sort of umbrella [Special Correspondence.] is surprising that people will use &'

lemon to rich orange brown, and words NEW YORK, April 24.The ingenuity fashion toward the earth. NEW YORK, April 24.-The members common, ordinary pill when they can
cannot paint its superb beauty. The of the New York sharper is proverbial, of the court now trying Com- secure a valuable English one for the I
brilliance of the coloring was toned down but the latest swindling scheme that has So in the course of ten or fifteen years, mander McCalla, of the Enterprise : same money. Dr. Acker's English Pills

by the black lace which was twined been developed really soars into the while in "the states" I told this story of at the navy yard in Brooklyn represent I are a positive cure for sick headache and

them that partly realms of high art. It is being workedby beautiful Oakland embowered in her the highest grades that were availableand all liver troubles. They are small sweet.
so they were
among veiled and shaded. I very clever couple-a medium sized, grove of native oaks for six or seven are all men of experience in com- easily taken, and do not gripe. For sale

rather nice looking man, and a delicate, miles. I said that Oakland was one mand afloat and ashore. Rear Admiral by Dixon & Gray, druggists.Is : .

modest appearing woman. How many place which gave proof that the American Harmony, at present chairman of the

times they have been successful is not could spare a tree and knew a lighthouse board, is the president. He

known, for the police have not, as yet tree also that was beautiful even if it entered the service in 1847 and was madea Life Worth Living?

been informed of their operations. I was native to the soil,and that he would rear admiral a year ago. He filled the Not if you go through the world a das

J only heard of it by accident. not cut such a tree down and immediately important position of chief of bureau of peptic. Dr. Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets

While at lunch with some friends one supply its place with an uglier one, a yards and docks, has been in commandof are a positive cure for the worst forms of

e day this week an old friend of mine scrubbier one and a more sickly one, because \ vessels, has an excellent record Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Flatulency and

joined the party. For the better appre- it came from some other countryand and has spent about twenty years at Constipation. Guaranteed and sold by

ciation of the story I may be permittedto it had become a fashion and a craze Dixon & Gray, druggists.We .

remark that he is a solid and prosperous to plant it and insist upon it that it sea.Capt.. Erben entered the navy in 1847.

looking citizen of benevolent appear- was an ornament. and has a remarkably good record. He

ance. Yet to an extent this is just what the represented the navy in the Washington I Can and Do

I "When I was coming from my houseto Oaklanders have done. inaugural celebration, and is at presenta i Guarantee Dr. Acker's Blood Elixir

the elovated station," he began with How I have unconsciously lied about candidate for the governorship of Sail- for it has been fully demonstrated to the

the air of a man who has a story to tell, Oakland all these years! I return and ors' Snug Harbor, on Staten Island N. people of this country that it is superiorto

I "there came round the corner, just in find the native oaks nearly all cut down. Y. lIe is familiarly known as "Bully" all other preparations for blood dis

Y n Q front of me, a pretty, modest looking lit I[ find Oakland as seen from the Bay of Erben, on account of his unvarying good eases. It is a positive cure for syphilitic

y tle woman trying to lead a very drunkenman. San Francisco not a sea of foliage but a nature and willingness to help others. poisoning, Ulcers, Eruptions and Pim

.f, The fellow was well dressed and sea of housetops! and many of them ugly Capt. Meade, at present in command of pIes. It purifies the whole system and

,. not bad looking, but he was horribly lousetops. I find Oakland grown out of the Washington navy yard entered the thoroughly builds up the constitution.

r i & drunk, He would lurch over againsther all remembrance, her avenues stretchingmiles service in 1850. He has always been an For sale by Dixon & Gray, druggists.

every few steps and nearly knockedher and miles away into what was open officer of unusual prominence. He pub.

_: : I over several times. Through it all country but quite bare of trees. A tree fished a work on naval architecture NOTICE.

he was good natured, even drunkenly here seems an offense. It is cut downon which was for years a standard text

ELEGANT NEW WRAPS. affectionate."As the least pretext. I have talked with book at Annapolis. Capt. Beardslee en- III Circuit Court for fircranl Comfy and

The crownless bonnets are a fixture I passed them he lurched againstme various people here about it in a faint tered the service in 1850, and made an State of Florida. In Chancery. %

particularly for the carriage and visit- and the woman who naturally seemed hearted sort of way, and asked them excellent record while in Alaska, the
much distressed 'Would be John T. Huntington )
you he established for with
ing. The most of these have a decided why they were t>o hostile to trees. The system dealing
so kind as to help me take my husband the Indians and the miners being con- vs.
coronet effect, many having a band of variety of reasons given me is surprising.One .
home, she said. 'It is only around the Knapp,
jet or iridescent bead trimming in Eiffel said: "Well you know, we want to tinued to this day. The husband of Josephine
but I'm afraid he will
., points set so that the points seem to corner push me get all the sun we can about our houses. Capt. Matthews entered the navy in deceased .
Knapp -
down he's been out all and I
; night 1851 and is at in the
stand up from the head. It is very be- The trees keep it off.1Another present on duty and the Childrenand
coming to any style of face. get him home. The appeal was so sim said: "0, they're dirty things Boston navy yard. He has always been Heirs and Devisees
and that I of took
If fashion shows sentiment in bonnets pIe pathetic course about a house and especially about a prominent authority on ordnance mat- of said Josephine I

and hats she shows little in the namingof hold of his other arm and steadied him store. They're shedding things all the ters.and is noted for his fair mindedness. Knapp, and against Order for
around the and him safe in
colors this season,and all the richest corner saw time-leaves and bugs and worms." Capt. Phythian now at the naval observatory R K. Webster, JosePublicatioa.
prettiest shades are named after vege the hallway of one of the big flats. I I asked why they cut down the road is one of the leading scientists of phine C. Webster,

tables. Aubergine, or egg plant is the noticed that he lurched up against me side trees. "Well," said a man, "be- the navy. His last command afloat was Frances W. Darner

favorite. This is a rich purple with once or twice but I thought nothing of cause the roadmasters are down on 'em. the ill-fated Trenton during her cruise in and James 31. Darner,

black shades. These are carrot tomato, it until I reached the City hall station, They keep the sun off and the roadswon't China. He is a candidate for superin- her husband, and

mushroom and lettuce tints in all the when I went to look at my watch. It dry up fast enough and get so tendent of the naval academy. Capt. against Orloff M.
was gone, and my pocketbook had evi- McNair is also candidate for the Dorman his Heirs
new fabrics, but Eiffel red,or terra cotta muddy. a same ::
still retains its popularity. dently departed to keep it company. He They have no rain here at all for u full place. Ho is a classmate of Capt. Phy- and Assigns.

Plaids in soft surah silk and in poplinsas certainly could not have picked my six months, and during that season the thian and is an authority on seamanship.His the bill of
pocket if he had been as drunk as he Whereas it appears by
various commands afloat have been
well as woolen goods are popularand dust that is developed is something not
very above entitled
complaint filed in the :
seemed to be, concluded the old gentleman ,
to be entirely de rigueur, should be sagaciously."That to be understood or appreciated by an most successful. Commander Day en- cause, that all of the defendants therein
made on the bias. Black velvet in bias eastern man until he gets on some of tered the navy in 1858 and reached his reside without the State of Florida
was this morning? queried a
folds or ribbon is the only suitable trimming these roads and tries to see it.-which he present grade fourteen years ago. He that the husband and heirs of Josephine
member of the party who had listenedto
and black wraps or jackets the the recital with much interest. i, can't do, because he will carry enoughof saw considerable war service, has been Knapp reside at Porto De Plata, in the
only outer ,garments that should be "Yes." it for a small farm in his e'es.Yhen, twice in command afloat and is now on Republic of Santo Domingo; that E. K.

worn. I give here three new and very 'Well the wind blows it blows here to some pur duty in Boston. Commander Bridgman Webster resides at :Fort Omaha, in the
I be the
handsome wraps; two are made of black guess must same pose. It simply sends (in dust) farms, stands at the head of the '59 date, is one State of Nebraska; that Josephine C.
who the
faille Francaise twimmed with lace couple played exactly same gardens and plantations through the of the most able officers and is now on Webster, 'rances"Y'. Darner and JamesM.

and chenille trimmings. They are easily game on me one day last week. They air in blinding masses. Real estate then duty with the board of inspection and Darner reside at York, Pennsylvania -
took in cash and watch from
$180 $200
made as the back of them both are just a goes up and is traveling all the time. survey. Commander Miller is now on ; and that the residences of the

like a dress waist, with a fall of lace and me. And the air here will turn mud to dust duty at the Naval home, Philadelphia.He other defendants are unknown ; and

a bit of the passementerie trimming as a "Well, they only got fifty odd dollars" in no time at all, to speak hyperbolicallyand is a member of the '59 class, and the the other defendants are themselves un-
from me, but watch was worth$200,
finish. Black straw hats of satin finish my hy-boreas-ly. It has wonderful Marion when he commanded her in known :
braid trimmed with ribbon and plumesto said the first speaker. "I went to inquire drying properties.I China, was always a "happy" ship. And whereas it appears further, that
about them at the fiat, but no such people said bill is filed for the of effecting
match, are worn with them. The never quarrel with other people's Commander Wadleigh, of the 60 date purpose
plain skirt' beside the plaid one is of lived there. They probably only tastes. If a man prefers a desert to live is now in command of the Michigan the a partition of the north fourthof
stood in the until I out of
hallway got in section
the William Garvin Grant
Eiffel red earners hair. on and must make a desert about him in only war vessel on the lakes. He gainedan
sight. excellent while 37, of township 20 south range 35 east,
order to live comfortably I say he oughtto reputation in com-
"Why don't apply to the police1I containing 500 in Drevardcounty,
you have the desert. It is his right. In mand of the Alliance during her cruisein acres,
inquired."I'd :Florida between complainant and the
Q this country the rattlesnake, the burrow Arctic waters in search of the Jeannette ,
rather bear the loss than have the above-mentioned defendants:
ing owl which seems to turn its head party. Commander Chester, now
story with my name in the papers," they It is,therefore, ordered that the above-
clean round as if it were built with a on duty with the organization board to claim-
chorused in answer. named defendants and all persons
ball and socket joint in the neck, and I revise naval tactics and methods, has
under them do
And so this ingenious couple are prob ing by through, or appear
the ground squirrel-a dirt colored I held various important positions, and
quad- clerk
ably going on reaping a rich harvest and answer said bill at the B
ruped with a emaciated tail while he was in command of the Galena
among kindly disposed people. Thereare mangy a office, in Titusville, 'Ioriday nr be-
two middle aged gentlemen in New cross between a. rat and a squirrel a she took the prize of being the most ef- fore the first Monday in June, A. D.

York however, who if they see a man poor, degraded thing not tit to eat, always ficient gunnery vessel in the squadron. 1890, or said bill will be taken against

zigzagging down the street under the full of fleas and endowed with a Commander Whiting, the junior member them as confessed.It .

guidance of a quiet little woman will let wonderful capacity for tumbling into its of the court entered the service in is further ordered that notice of

him zigzag philanthropy being, ,in their hole, where you can't get it when shot 1800, and is about a half dozen numbers this order be published weekly for the

opinions, too dead-I say all these creatures prefer ahead of Commander McCalla. He has space of sixty days, in the FLORIDA

expensive.ALLAN FORMAN. and enjoy to live on treeless, arid, sun been on duty for a number of years in the STAR, a newspaper published in Titus

-----. baked lands. And really many of the Brooklyn navy yard, his last command ville, Florida, Brevard county.
Still Ills Opinion people here, in the matter of trees seem afloat being the Kearsarge when she took I Ordered atl Chambers. in DeLand,

"I only wish to say" feebly spoke a to have the same tastes, and they have a Minister Fred Douglass to Hayti. Lieut. I Florida, this 24th day.of March, A. D-

d JJuLADTLIIZE mangled passenger as he dragged himself right to have them, because they can't Goret, the judge advocate, was graduatedfrom .

out from under the wreck made bya help having them.I Annapolis in 1868, has seen a considerable JOHN D. BROOME,

terrific railway collision "that, in my; wonder what in the future is dqne amount of sea service and is Judge Circuit Court 7th Circuit of

e opinion nobody is to blame for this acci with a man who has lied about Oaklandas now on duty in the judge advocate gen- Florida.I .

dent" And then he peacefully breathedhis I have done for ten or fifteen years. I eral's office at Washington. I certify that the'foregotng is a true

last. He was a coroner.chicagoTribune. didn't mean to lie. I thought I was telling U. B. N. copy of the order of publication madein

the truth. Still did lie all the same. this case.,
There is a remark somewhere which TitusviIJel\Iarch 26th 1890.
: COSTUMES. It Would Give Him a Chance. reads, "All liars shall have a share in the A Pot Up Job. A. A. STEWART

The oUter two costumes are just made Newsboy-Please, mister will you giveme lake of fire and brimstone." There seems "I don't see why every one makes such!" Clerk.

and among the most elegant of the sea- two cents to get a night's lodging? no modification in this matter, no excep- a kick on putting up a stove and pipe, ROBBINS & GRaHAM,
Minister-But two cents won't for said Binks. "To read the papers one Solicitors for complainant. 49-10w
son. The walking costume has the plain pay tions at all where a persevering course of
would think it the short road
.skirt of stone gray bengaline, with lozenges that, my little friend. lying such as mine has been could have insanity,I
of brown upon it. The dainty Newsboy-No, sir. But if I had two extenuating circumstances connected but "I didn't find it so. Easiest job I ever NOTICE.All .

wrap is of Eiffel, ladies' cloth braided cents I could pitch with the other boys with it so as to soften down the penalty did. concerned will take notice that, sir .
"Been ? asked Jinks.
with black. The novelty of this is the and perhaps win a pile.-New York Sun. attached. It has a black and sulphurous "Yes-just putting up months after date, I will present nr. final

wrap effect, which is obtained by lengthening look for me. account to Honorable' Minor S. Jones,
"Well didn't all
the fronts, and the closing of it on Urine on the Old Man. Some might infer on reading this that you get soot,and spoil County Judge of Brevard county, Florida,

the left side is also quite a pretty inno- McFingle-How are you, Smith? I I was abusing or finding fault with Oakland your clothes? and pray for an order dismissing me from

vation. The sleeves are loose. The body haven't seen you for a long while. How's No,I am not. The Oakland people uNnot""Nor the further execution on the estate of JohnE.

$ of the wrap is a simple basque in the your son, Jack? Where's he been keeping know better than I do what they want.If bruise your fingers, and get Moore, late of said county deceased.
himself for the last ? your eyes full of stuff, and spoil the carpet S. H. KAY, Administrator.
back, and it fits the sides under the arm. year a man prefers sour milk for breakfastand "
c' The house dress is of coachman's drab Smith(dolefully-He hasn't been keep- I want sweet milk, should I quarrel Titusville, Jan.6,1890. 33-6xno.

Henrietta cloth laid in double box plaitsin ing himself I I've been keeping him.- with him on account of his preferencefor "Not L"
New York Sun. "But must have and
front where it is slightly draped. The sour? By no means. The rattle- you Bucklen'B Arnica Salve.
tired yourself out, and fallen off the chair
back of the fa princess in snakes,horned toads tarantulas, burrow
gown shape Did were standing ?"" THE BEST SALVE In the world for CuU,
WbJ'S1MJ It. you upon
snuff brown Henrietta, the waist, cuffs ing owls and ground squirrels prefer Bruises, Sores, Ulcrs, Salt Rheum, Fever -
and skirt being lavishly trimmed with Adorer (after a rebuke by the old lady) their town lots without trees. Do I quar- "Nary. Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hand, Chilblains
-1 "Say Bfoks I believe liar
didn't kiss you're a
aUk passementerie one shade lighter. you. I only pretended I rel with them? No. Ever since man Corns and all Skin Eruptions
The dainty pattern gown has already was going to. Why did you call to your commenced or was commenced has he You say you put up your stove and stove and positively cures Piles or no pay re-

been copied in several other combina- mother? quarreled fought, killed, burned and pipe without any of these" adjuncts, and quired. It U guaranteed to give perfect
Sweet Girl (repentently)-I-I didn't expect me to believe it. satisfaction or refundedPrice
'i $ ons. Aubergine and light blue are seen roasted his fellow man, because Fellow money
know she was in the house.-New York "Of course I do-here's the ticket J 25 cents per box. For sale by Dixon &
together,but moss green and drab,cream Man might not like, or believe, or dp..or got $10 on 'em Munsey'g Weekly. 1019.
Weekly. Grey.
color with olive green and_ such cpmbina- I


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.t MWM@) MILK BY PIPE UNE. Heroes of the Frontier. Bogus OanTasbaeks.

f Skilled Opinion Seems to Be That There SELEGlOflS No more heroic deed has been recordedin To think that when we have been
---- Is Nothing In It. this territory in years than that of the smacking our lips over the,toothsomeand
A HORSE FOR SALE Civilization poor cowboys who fgQoVed their em gory canvasback it was, in all probability -
runs to pipes. We have - ployers' stock to their(!eath in the fearful only redhead duck; or,if it was-
4 Wty of a Dealer to T&lk a Cnttomer electricity, steam, gas, water and petroleum TWO MILES UNDER GROUND.- blizzard which raged over the great a canvasback, it was not a genuine Ches-
t Into Buying the ATiiitift, The-latest already 'supplied through pipes. I plains of Colfax county last week.> These apeaker, but a miserable fraud from Cur-
dletown.milk to New Orange county,proposes to send to Invegtigate Things.A I changes of the elements and fully com the Chesapeake and then to New York,
P'l'hus the irrepressible George' Burn similar York through a pipe line dinner two miles under ground is prehended the dangers of a night in sucha not so much to deceive us in the flavoras
ham addressed a leading liveryman this ard and to other the oil pipe line of the Stand- something of a novelty to the averageman. storm; but they were intrusted with to deceive us in the price. I doubt if

morning, in the presence of a reporter. talk of companies. The projectors A Times reporter tried it recentlyand thousands of dollars' worth of property, many of us could tell the Chesapeakefrom
"He's down in Indianapolis. I'm a of raising a capital of $600,000, and found that the experience was both and, like true knights of their profes- the Currituck bird except through'
Jula in horse flesh. You hear me chirp: dred collecting miles all the milk within a hun- curious and enjoyable after a fashion.He sion, they preferred: to do their duty and our pocketbooks. The former are worth "
111 tell you all about Lou. of New York, so as to keep was bound to see John Ball, a die rather than abandon the herd and this winter $12 a pair, while the latter.
"In the first place I bought a horse up a perpetual stream of fresh milk delivered worker in the New Detmole mine, andit seek shelter. when they are masquerading under an' .

buggy and harness for $..85. The colt railroad: in the city,avoiding the delays of was just noon when he reached the Who can think of those daring riders, other name, are worth from $4 to $6 a
didn't know as much about the world as the cost. transportation and cheapening entrance to the shaft. The cars had following and attempting to control this pair.-New York Commercial Adver
a hog does about Volapuk. Along comesa stopped running and the steaming horses vast herd of infuriated cattle in a blind- tiser.
fellow with a big, chestnut- Looking about among the milk author- stood by the entrance
a rangy ities of the greedily munching ing, freezing storm, as they rushed over
bead and tail up, sixteen hands high, city for information as to the their oats. John Ball would not be out the plains in the shadowy night, now Hirer Pollutions.
and the prettiest legs you ever see under practicability found of but this scheme, a reporter until night. He worked two miles in- and again falling over embankments, According to Dr. S. S. Eilvington, the
nothing incredulity. One ob- side, so there was nothing for the re- without realizing that they were heroes Mississippi river received during the
) ahoise.How'll you trade?* says L jection urged was that it would be absolutely porter to do but to put on the weigher'scap worthy a nobler fate? past year 152,675 tons of garbage and

.;.e ** 'Gimme the colt and a hundred and impossible to send milk tumbling kindly offered to him and take in Did they shrink from the inevitable re- offal, 103,550 tons of night soil and 3,765
\! a quarter for the boss?' out through pipes for such a distance with- his hand a little oil lamp. sult of such a'night? No, they rode bold dead animals from only eight cities; the

'Talk enough, me boy,' and the deal that churning if it it pretty thoroughly, so The reporter started at a brisk walk, ly to death, conscious only that it was Ohio 46,700 tons of garbage. 21.157 tons
",; closed. all could come through the pipesat and the mouth soon dwindled to a very their "duty," and the end was typical of of night soil and 5,100 dead animals
. "!'list chestnut was a beast. Prettiest it would appear upon delivery in small patch of light. His footsteps produced their race. from five cities; and the Missouri 36,000
= j thing you ever looked at. But that the shape The of lumps of butter and buttermilk a very lonesome echo, and the Only recently the whole world ap- tons of garbage, 22,400 tons of night soil

4 ended it He was simply on dressparade. the projectors talk of sending shadow danced in queer unsightly shapes plauded a sea captain for stopping his and 36,600 dead animals from four cities.
in half
j a frozen condition. This along the floor and sides of the corridor. craft long enough to rescue the survivorsof Dr. Kilvington urges the cremation of
!,'::1 "I couldn't afford a stable ornament is pronounced absurd for various rea- His eyes at last grew accustomed to tho a wreck. It was plainly his duty to most of the refuse, and twenty-three out
at that figure, so I slips down into Ken- sons. One is the mechanism necessary darkness, and down the side passages he do so. And yet he was wined, dined and of twentp-fice health officers consultedby
, tacky and I tackles a dealer there. Say, to cool milk in such a way; another is caught glimpses of lamps on the headsof made a hero of on both continents. To him favored the plan.-New York
!,-' talk about the horses. He got me in be- the impossibility of sending milk men who had stopped working and our mind, while the judgment of these Telegram.
hind one in a light wagon and bowledme through the pipes in such a condition; were eating dinner.At men may be questioned, they did a far -
'over the road at a 2:36 clip. I just and another objection is that such a last the visitor came upon some braver act in discharging their duty as
cooling, even if practicable, would miners in the branch The Freezing Process In Tunneling.
hung on to my tile and bumped up likea heading. They they saw it.
jockey."I change the character of the milk. directed him how to turn by the markson A cowboy is usually considered a des- The freezing process is being effectively
showed him the chestnut and cracked The most fatal objection urged by ex- the props, and fifteen minutes' walk perado and a tough, yet they all have used in the cutting of the St. Clair
perts to such a scheme is the impossibility through tunnel about tunnel, under the Detroit river. Whenever
: him for a swop. a eight feet high hearts easily touched, and few there are -
- 1 a 1"'I'll take the horse and two hundred,' of keeping such a pipe clean. Any and as many wide,brought him to a new among them who do not hold their lives water is met with,the fret'zing'mix-
' says he. one who has inspected a: dairy knows heading, where, seated on a huge blockof subject to the order of the "boss" whenin ture is projected by pipes, and the water
f: j Til give you $175.' how essential it is that all the milk cans coal, in front of a solid wall of black the line of what they consider their and friable debris become solidified and

: 'Done,' and I had five hundred in and pans shall be thoroughly cleansed diamond, sat John Ball, quietly eating "duty." Frequently deserving the cen tho work can be proceeded with. The
;j the trotter. with scalding hot water every day. his dinner. His lamp rested on the sure they receive, yet there is much to tunneling is progressing at the rate of
Even partial cleansing will not answer. block of coal and seven feet day at each end. The
"But he's a hummer. Little ears, you though reflectionfell admire in the typical cowboy. He may per
All traces of the stale milk must be full him he shields are being used in the hard blue
know,tail over the dashboard and everything upon was so black from break every law of nature and morality
,1 jingling. Why, if I had him up scrupulously removed. Such a cleans- bead to foot as to be almost indistinguishable himself, and yet no man has a higher re clay by digging out the center with picks,
'! on Cass avenue they hain't none of them ing of a 100-mile pipe would bo impos- from his surroundings. It was gard for virtue, or will fight quicker for then pushing them forward eighteen '
could hand him a peach.. See? sible. It would require a river of scald- the day after Thanksgiving, and his the weak and afflicted, or give more inches at a time by hydraulic rains.- {
. .. "When I get out on the road down ing water, replenished along the line. bucket was running over with the relicsof freely of his scanty means to the poor New Telegram. "
J Another fatal objection urged is the the feast of the day before. The miner
there in Indianapolis I just tighten the and unfortunate. He is usually a mis-
.i lines and yell for the others to come on. impossibility of inspection according to insisted on sharing his supply with the guided and badly misunderstood indi- Barred Out All Around.
'f, k "But what do I want with a horse? law with such a scheme. There wouldbe reporter, and soon both were engrossedin vidual.StocLGrower.. i
'1 no practicable way of preventing the the same occupation. The ,
Here I reporterwas
am paying a nigger a big price to I
look after trotter and dumping of rivers of impure milk into soon convinced of one thing-dining A Fnenmatic Bicycle Tire.
my you can gam
such a pipe.Altogether. in a coal mine is a success. tire for .
; ble the coon's asleep all the time I'm A pneumatic bicycles has been
away. r.m just livin' under a tent, you the opinions of the best The tourist will never forget his ride invented in Belfast, Ireland, which, if
. H might say. I was at home last Sunday experts coincide that, while it is possible out on the rear of a loaded coal car. all that is claimed for it be true, must r
f' and took a spin behind the little boss, i that men might be willing to sell stockin Reaching the main corridor his car was make a new era in this method'of rec --'
.( and there's no tellin' when I'll see him such an enterprise, it would be sur coupled to others from other headings, reation. The tire for a full roadster is % .
-: again. Meanwhile the nigger and the prising if anybody could be found fool- and with three men at the breaks our about two and a half inches in diameterand

,'; trotter are living on the fat of the land. I ibh: enough to buy such stock. The probability train was sent spinning down the incline.To is composed of an outer covering of

: 1 ... "Then, there's no sleighing down in is that the talk about getting up keep his balance on a sharp turn and rubber, graduated in thickness from f
;> that bloody country. If it snows at such a company is a humbug.-New dodge the ceiling when it came down about one-quarter of an inch, where it ,
" ,' night the sun gets in its work next day. York Sun. very low occupied all his attention and touches the ground, and protected by 11 '

; t The whole shooting match is a white Poetry<< and Rata energy. On the train rushed, past head- canvas where it is attached to the rim,
ings, miners and horses, until way over which is very broad and nearly flat. In
elephant and it's the market. But
on I have heard that the writers of 1=
you ought to see that hoss."-Detroit poetryfor the top of the wriggling line of cars the side this outer covering is an inner tube,
the magazines work out of
News. season, as reporter saw daylight gleam like an glee which contains the air. The air is
it were. It is during the sweltering days tric flash. The brakes were put hard pumped in with a football blower and a
f F She Got It. of midsummer that, with his eye in down and the wheels stopped, but such patent air valve prevents its return.
' : It was in a book store. She came in fine frenzy rolling, the poet writes of was the momentum that on the train Vibration is practically annihilated.It .
with a businesslike air. She knew what'f jingling sleigh bells, driving snoop, slid as over a greased surface for half a is intercepted between the rim and the Y
( she wanted. whistling winds -and merry Kriss mile, and at last it shot out into the ground, and consequently the frame re-

" f "I want to see the sets of books :root Kringle, and it is in tho warmth of his broad daylight just as the night shift ceives no jar except when an unusually Mrs. Lattlun'(as her husband enters)
, have for sale." study, before a blazing fire, that he sings to work. It
was coming was rapid largo hole is encountered. A frame so Hush! Baby's asleep!
>, 'Madam, we have a good many. hislay of violets, gentle zephyrs and transit, such as makes one's hair standas protected should wear out two frames Mr. Littlun-But that's the only timeI
What author blushing roses. The publishers must erect as a pine forest.-New York with solid tired wheels; and not only so, have chance to be heard!-Puck.
'_ "It is one of those dollar and six bit have their spring and winter poetry in Times. but riders will be able to use very much
stock. I know that this is the in .
case '
sets. lighter frames without any danger of Just Uke )!'elk..
::. "Yes, we have many of them. Whatset the hat business. It is now that the England's Big Cans. their collapsing. In a fifty mile road A horse stood tied to a post in a born

ri .. do you want?" drummer from the manufacturer comes The great game of gunnery brag is championship,in the Phoenix park, Dub on Farmer street, when a pedestrian
It "I want the set that's got Less Mise in to show the spring styles, and assure over and the authorities have thrown up lin, one of the competitors rode a racing halted for a moment and looked in. A
rabIes' in It." us that there will bo a revival of pearl the sponge. The Victoria's guns are so safety, fitted with "pneumatic" tires and man came across the street: and joined
f "I beg your pardon. derbys, with a tendency toward smaller defective that even the British admiraltydare scaling only twenty-three pounds and him, and ten seconds, later a third came
4", II 'Less Miserables,' I said." proportions next April and May. It will nqt send out the ship to carry the yet it passed through the ordeal-an ordeal around the corner and stopped.
F' "Oh, you mean Lea Miserables?' be in the latter part of January that the flag of the Commander-in-chief on the trying even to the heaviest makes "Case of colic?" queried one.
"'Liaz All I drummer in his fur cent will come in, Mediterranean station. -without the like bots "
t Miserables. right. guess One of the 110 slightest damage.-New "Looks to me, replied a
that's it. A dollar and six bits."-San kick the snow from his feet and open up ton guns is bent between the trunnionsand York Telegram. seoond.
> \ Francisco Chronicle. his samples of nobby straw hats. This the muzzle more than two and a "Say, that horse ought to be bled!"
same previousness exists in the boot and half inches out of the straight line, and Buildings In Black. exclaimed a fourth man as he came up.
', Explained. and shoe, clothing and dry goods trades. the worst part of the business is that the It has long been a practice in this city "Bledl He's got the toothache" put
:' In the studio of one'of our leading -Interview in St. LouisGlo -Democrat. Victoria and her sister ship, the Sanspa- upon the death of any individual who in a fifth.
. painters a lady of fashion stands in reil, will probably be hors de combat fora has been at the head of one of the executive 4I should say," mildly observed the

-i'- ecstasy before a canvas. Bees Sting a Fox to Death. very long time, as there is no prospectof departments to drape the building sixth man, "that he hid caught a heavy
"Oh what a lovely picture! How I A party of hunters who returned froma these monster 110 ton guns being of over which he presided with cheap black cold and needed a warm bath."
wish I could paint like'that You ought fox chase tell of a very singular experience. any use, and it will be a big job to alter material, and to drop the flag to half When the crowd had increased to
to let me into the secret how to do it." the turrets to suit smaller and more ser mast. The effect produced by winding twenty, and every one had expressed an
"Nothing can be more simple, madame They started Reynard just outside of viceable weapons. black muslin around the white marble opinion, a hostler' appeared from the
e' ; you have only to choose the proper this town, and soon the hounds were The Camperdown, which has been se- pillars of the public buildings decided back end of the barn. '
':, colors and stick them on in the right under full cry. The fox being hard lected to take the place of the Victoria, ly repulsive, and its maintenance for "What are you doing for him?" asked
places, and the thing is done." pressed took to a hollow tree in the was supplied for the maneuvers with thirty days, subject to storms, produces
t. "A thousand thanks I will go home woods. three out of four guns which were de results that are damaging to the build- one."Giving him six quarts of oats and all
; and start at once."-L'Elbeuvien. Axes were procured and the tree soon fective. The inner tubes split duringthe ing and expensive to remove. There is the hay he can eat," was the reply.
felled. The surprise of the hunters can test but the authorities decided to no law authorizing this custom, and it "But isn't he sick?" .
Not Extempo-meou. be better imagined than described when admit it. At the conclusion of the ma- has been continued from time to time by "Never sick a minute in all his life.
',- Tommy (at dinner, the new minister they discovered that they had captureda neuvers these three guns were orderedto an executive order issued upon the deathof Please move on before some one rings in
",' being a guest)-You are quite. a singer, I dead fox.Further. be returned Woolwich,and Admiral the individual for whom the mourningis an alarm of fire."-Detroit Free.Press.

l, Ijelieve? investigation showed that bees Rodney was requisitioned for three put on.
New Minister-Why, no; what makes which were in possession of the tree had others to make the Camperdown fit for In the house a bill was introduced by .'(othing to Do.
.' you think sotZbmatJMother stung the fox to death in the time it sea. We now have of first class battle Mr. Crain, of Texas declaring it to be When Cyrus W. Field owned The MaD
says that you stick took to fell the tree. ships ready for sea in all other respectsthe unlawful to drape any of the public and Express he occasionally poked
to your notes more closely than any When the dead fox was withdrawn Howe, Rodney; Trafalgar, Victoria buildings, or to exhibit the flag at half around the ..various editorial rooms to
max she ever heard before.-Boston from the hollow the bees began to come and Sanspareil waiting for guns. Is it mast in honorof any deceased person un get some idea of how his paper was being -
Herald. after, and made it warm for the hunters not a shame and scandalEdmundYates less such person, at the time of his conducted. "Who is that man who*
and their horses. They decamped as in New York Tribune. death, was in the service of the United sits in that room to the right up stairs?
It Reminded Her of Him. States.Washington Cor. Philadelphia he once asked of his managing editor.
some of them being
': By a quick shot he had just rescued speedily Chestertown (Md.) Letter. Wonderful Figures. Ledger. "That's Mr. -, our exchange editor .
badly stung.-
her from the clutches of a bear. The inland marine,representing an aggregate ," replied the managing editor.
"What were your thoughts when capital of$53,000,000,has carried A Smokeless Furnace. "Well," said'Mr..Field, frowning,44if
bruin commenced to squeeze?" was his Would Not Speak RnssUn. during the season now at its cose,102,- A new feature in furnace building is my opinion that he kn't worth hs salt
1nquiry.I' The municipal authorities of Riga at 000,000 bushels of grain from Chicago, to be introduced at the power house be As often as I have been in his office Pv 9
I'b "Oh, Charlie, I thought of you!=Detroit their meeting yesterday conducted the 10,000,000 bushels from Duluth, 6,700- ing erected in Alleghany City by the never seen him doing anything exceptread
r Sun. proceedings in the Russian language in 000 tons of iron ore from the Lake Supe- Pleasant Valley Street Railway company. newspapers, and he's always got a '
stead of the German, in accordance with rior mines to the blast furnaces and The novelty consists of a smokeless fur big pile of 'em in front of him."-The j

N, the ukase recently issued by the czar. brought back 2,200,000 tons of coal from nace. It is a contrivance by which the Epoch.
'This was the first time the Russian lan- fuel is automatically dumped into the
The Blftlng Generation. Buffalo, and 2,000,000 tons from Ohio
Too Much Kn BapporU
Mr. Brown-Well, Nellie, aren't, you guage was used at a meeting of the It has brought into Chicago 450- furnaces causing regular combustion, r
"I but I cannot employ
Oettingen and Councilors and it is am very sorry,
? HI not council. Mayor proper feed of air claimed an
oing to kiss this evening merchandise valuedat
me 000 of
tons general "
said the of dairy to a
owner a
with- ,
and Tiemer you
forget time. You're Hillner, Ilausman economy of 20 per cent' in ueL Last of '
those caramels next and carried 525,000
$50,000,000, away with voice like bloom-
drew from the meeting owing to the enforcement all this very economy in the burning of sturdy six-footer a
1Dy sweetheart, you know. tons, valued at $10,500,000. These fig- who had to him tor
thunder applied
of the use of the Russian language the fuel makes the furnace practically ing .
Nellie aced 6>-No, rm not yoursweetheart. ures, vast as they are, represent only the "job." a
Cousin and the municipal secretary resigned smokeless There will be six stokers
I saw you kissing business of the inland marine between "I know
"But insisted the applicant,
Maude to know, for the same cause. Riga is animportant i placed in the newplant and it is estimated ,
yesterday. I wish you Lake Erie and Lakes Michigan and Supe
all about the work- I'm an expertmilker'
Russian thecapital the labor of
seaport. that will
Mr. they save
that rm a regular rior. The great lumber trade and the *
't. but of tho province of Livonia, and is situated four men. This Is the first machine of -
nible. caramels
} I don'twant any ; local trade of the five great lakes, each "Can't help it," interrupted the dairyman
: tt theatre tonight 312 miles south of St. Petersburg.The its kind to be put into practical use in
you don't the
take me to representing a traffic of many million voice would curdle thev
artless remarks population' is about 175,000 The this section, although it has ,been introduced "your .
you map expect some dollars, are not included.-Chicago Trib- milk." '
from Pick Me Up. czar's ukase forbidding the use ot the with great success in the west.Pittsburs .-
me at dinner.- une. That settled it Texas Sif tings.
---- German language was issued a few __ Letter. _..-. --
week ago.-Washington Star

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THE FLORIDA STAR. The State taxes amount this year OUR COCOA BUDGET. where the most energetic Americansand -Mr. A. J. King, of Thomaston, Os.,

to...................................... 5} mills English, as well as other nationalities was in town the first of the week.

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. The County taxes to................11J mills NEWS ITEMS AND SOCIETY EVENTS had congregated to amass wealth, -Mr. W. W. Ballard, a clever young

The town taxes of Titusville to.15 mills and many have done so. Forty towns gentleman who
ELLIS B. WAGER Editor and Publisher.SI. was formerly mate on the

That is, if you live in Titusville you Gleaned by the Star'*Regular Correspondent. sprang up on the line in almost as many steamer St. Sebastian, has been transferred -

O per Annum. pay 3 2-10 per cent., while the rate is 17 miles-every one of them a real beehiveof to the S. V. White, in the capacityof

Entered at the Pod Office at Tittuvilleca mills in the county at large. Mr. J. AV. Curtis and son, Henry, left people of all races and tongues. purser, and left yesterday for the

Second-Clots Matter. The assessed valuation of Titusville is last week for Chattanooga, Tenn. These people have all gone ; business lower river, where the White will remain

about $120,000.That is dead on the line; the local traffic is during the summer months. :Mr.
The Star has the Largest circulationof Mr. and Mrs. Fred F. Taylor returnedlast
of the entire real estate dead; and the line of the canal-only a and Ir.
any paper on the East coast of FJa. county ( Tuesday from their visit to Sanford.Mr. T. W. White, two"chums" from

only) $972,397.The short time ago the most busy place in childhood, both being from Atlanta Ga.
A SQuAastsonelnchtn space; 18 squares Harry C. Eyer expects to leave on h
make a column. 5J mills State taxes are beyondour the world-is dead also. The rank vegetation went fishing near the beacon Friday,and

always advertising enclosing rates atwo enquire cent stamp.of the Editor control. The 11J mills county tax is Thursday for Marion, Ohio. of the tropics is growing denser, among the catch was an 11-pound trout,

------ -- fixed by dividing the amount of money Mrs. Rose Dayton, of Merritt, spent hiding from view railway trains,dredgers, captured by Mr. White. His friends at

MARY ANDERSON has renounced the required for county purposes by the assessed Friday in Cocoa, visiting friends. and all the paraphernalia of the canal the Indian River enjoyed it with him.

stage and will get married. valuation of the county, and the Mrs. Black and daughter, :Miss Belle, contractors, who left their implementsof -Mr. J. W. Rogers having bought out

greater the valuation the smaller is the of City Point, were in Cocoa Saturday. all sorts as if the work were to have the interest of Mr. S. H. Ray in the firm

PRESIDENT HARRISON has made more rate of taxes. Scofield and E. Kibble been resumed the next day. Colon and of J. W. &
Dr. :Mr. A. returned Rogers Co., begs leave to inform -
removals daring the thirteen months of It follows that if some properties are Thursday from their trip to Lake Panama still live, but that is all; mere the public that he will still continuethe

his Presidential term than Mr.' Clevelanddid assessed too low all the rest of us suffer, Worth.Dr. by-way stations for the traffic across the business at the same old stand.

in his whole term of four years as the rate of taxation is thereby in- isthmus eastward and westward between While thanking the
Daniel killed a rattlesnake last patrons past
Should Governor D. B. Hill step into creased. That is, those who on a fair two hemispheres.In .
pay favors he low
Wednesday, on the path in front of Dr. hopes by prices, good
President Harrison's shoes the tables valuation pay not only the tax on their J. 0. Scofield's.Mr Colon rents have fallen off 500 percent goods and polite attention to receive a

would be turned. own land, but they also pay on the properties in three months, and are still de- share of their custom, and the public
assessed. I believe and Mrs. L. R. Hover spent a few clining. The Panama Railway whichin
that are not fully generally and to merit continuation
COL. W. D. CHIPLEY,of Pensacola has days in Titusville last week the guest of a of
that the poorer people of the countyare 1888 paid 231 per cent. dividend, pays their .
posted a list of appointments in different their nephew Mr. E. M. Moore.Dr. patronage.Wbo'
to-day paying a large part of the now about 8 per cent. or less. This linen

parts of the State, giving the dates of taxes of the wealthier class, who are the Hughlett was called down to 1888 carried 1,3000,000 passengers. to flames
the record of Sen- A law suit interesting to the membersof
his speeches attacking United States Senate for best able to pay their share of the public Brantley, Wednesday, to attend a very now carries very few. Two-thirds of the medical profession, as well as to

atar Call in the burden. Let us look at the figures : sick patient. Doctor went in a rowboat the business houses in Colon are closed, apothecaries, is before the'courts in
It is said Colonel
the past eleven years. I have taken ten of the most valuable this time. and bankrupt sales in that place are of Montreal. A French Canadian practitioner -

-Chipley does.not want the position of properties at Rockledge, the incomes Several of the Cocoa and Rockledge daily occurrence.Said wishing to prescribe quinine fora
Senator but that a bitter
United StateS child, through absent mindednesswrote
from which will range from $10,000 to young people will attend the dance at
leads his
Senator Call prescription bisulphite
antipathy against to Be 180 Years Old. upon
$2,000 per annum. The actual cash values Melbourne May night. There will also of morphine instead of bisulphate of
him to assist in hts defeat for another The oldest man in the world is a citi-
term. of the properties has been ascertainedby be a dance in Hill's hall. zen of Bogota, in the republic of San quinine. The paper was taken to an

careful inquiry, and they aggregate Rev. J. Bolton preached in the Methodist Salvador. apothecary, whose assistant, perceivingan

570000. These properties are assessedat church last and This new Methuselah declares that he error at once, attempted a substitu-
GOVERNOR FLEMING has appointedGen. Sunday morning
tion, and made up the powders with sulphate -
is 180 old and it would he
of the First $68,230, or 12 per cent of their actual evening. The Young People's Society of years seem
W. D. Barnes judge flatters himself for his of morphine. The result was fa
neighbors give
Judicial Circuit, to succeed the late cash value. In several cases the annual I Christian Endeavor met in the after- the assurance that he is older than he tal. And now a curiously complicated

Judge McClellan. Ex-Governor Blox- income from the property is greater than noon. says be is. question has to be settled by,the judges.
its On the other The father of the child has sued the doctor
assessed valuation.
He is half breed named
'" bam succeeds: General Barnes as Comptroller A very pleasant party was held at the a :Michael .
it his absentmindedness
hand know of several herein Solis whose existence revealed because was through
we properties was to
of State. General Barnes has home of Senator G. S. Ilardee, in honorof that the child lost its life.
Dr. Louis Hernandez of
the old-
by one
Titusville that have sold
held the position he has just vacated i Miss Cour, of White Sulphur Springs. est in the who The doctor has sued the apothecary for
planters locality, as a
less than their assessed value. It is of
he having been Fla. who is Miss all the damages to which the father's
nearly ten years, ap- visiting Florrie. Those child knew Solis as a centenarian.
pointed by Governor Bloxham in 1881. course impossible to say, without extended who attended had a delightful time. They have found in the year 1713 his suit may put him. He pleads that he

calculations, which the writer has those of who ordered bisulphate of morphine,and thatif
Mr. Bloxham was appointed Secretary of among persons
Great indignation is felt Cocoa
the Drew administration in not time to make, just how much the rate contributed to the building of a Fran- such a substance existed and if the
State under and Rockledge oyer the letter of Col. E. ciscan convent which exists San apothecary bad sent it to the child he
of taxation could be reduced by making near
1876; was elected Governor in 1880. C. Wade, published in last week's Public .Sebestian.His would be responsible, but he never or-

The convention that nominated his suc- such an assessment as the law requires of Spirit,copied from the New York Tribune. skin is like parchment, his long dered sulphate of morphine, and it was

cessor pronounced his administration the properties like those cited at Rockledge, His second letter will appear in the Put- hair, of the whiteness of snow, envelopshis the sulphate of morphine that killed the

"most'brilliant in the history of the but it is a conservative estimate to place Ik Spirit this week. head like a turban, and his look is so child.-Philadelphia Ledger.

; commonwealth.( In 1885 :Mr. Bloxham the reduction at one-half the county rate. keen that it made a disagreeable im-
:Mr. and Ma Fred left Cocoa Writing History.
Taylor the doctor.
The productive at Rockledge can pression on
refused the appointment of Minister to groves There is a pathetic piece of slang in
much better afford to their just Monday for their home in Grand Rapids Interrogated by the doctor,he answer-
Bolivia and accepted the appointment of pay proportion use out at the City hospital. On the
Mich. They will be joined by Miss Daisy ed complaisantly that his great age was
of the revenues than the vacant headboard of each patient's bed there is
Suryeyor-General for Florda,which office due to his mode of
lots of Titusville and the wild and uncultivated Peck, who will go to their home with regular living, and posted a large card, upon which the attending ,ha
he held until quite recently. to his never giving up to any excess of
lands of the county at large are them. On account of the overflow at any sort whatever. physician writes a descriptionof

able to pay them for them. The Boardof New Orleans, Miss Daisy will not visit "I never eat but once a day," said he the case and something of the personal
history of the When the
unintentional libel patient.
A man
CURIOUSLY wasperpet.rated I
County Commissioners will meet inI there until late in the season. "but I never use any but the strongestand
ex-Governor Samuel T. dies or Is discharged, the card is taken
July to sit as a board of equalization of The school at Rockledge, taught so most nourishing foods. My meals down and filed away in the records of
Hauser, of Montana, a few weeks ago in last a half hour, for I believe it is impossible -
taxes, and if they are properly backed by successfully for the past winter by Miss the hospital, and the descriptive card of
New York City,says the World. He and to eat more in that time than the
the people of the county there is no doubt Jennie B. Gray, closed last Friday with body can digest in twenty-four hours. 1 the next patient is put up on the bed.
his friends here are still waiting to "Taking down his history" means the
that some radical changes in the present appropriate exercises. :Miss Gray com- fast the first and fifteenth day of each
set right, and much astonishment is death or recovery of an invalid, and it is
assessment will be secured. Before that pletely won the hearts of the scholars, month, and on those days I drink at the side
the of Russell Harrison a popular expression among
expressed at course
time let the be heard from. who doubt school has much water as I can bear. I always let
people we not, are sorry men,who detest the mention of death.-
himself a Montanian, in the matter. myfood become cold before I touch it.
Crnzi x. closed. Interview in St. Louis Globe-Democrat.
Under the caption, "Sam Hauser, of It is to these things that I attribute my

Montana,"' the Judge printed a picture of Mrs. C. B. Walker, of Massachusetts, great age.-Union Liberale of Quebec. Unsuspected disorders of the kidneys are

intoxicated order STANLEY AND EMIN PASHA. Mrs. S. N. Gladwin, of Titusville. E. L. for of the ailments
,an sport attempting (o Eaton Hall u. a Show Place. responsible many ordinary
a break fast,and exclaiming to the waiter: Craigmiles, of Charleston, S. C., GeorgeE. Several of the papers have expressed of humanity which, neglected, develop

"Give me the(hie) same as usual-a stackof Their "Little Game" in Africa, and Why Stewart, of Hackettstown, N. J., W. great surprise that Eaton Hall should malady.into a serious and would, perhaps, fatal the

blue and reds!I" To say it created They Went There. W. Blanchard, of Newark, N. J., J. P. have become such a popular show place, use of Dr. J.Experience II. McLean's Liver suggest and Kid-

Herbert of Rochester N. Y. J. B. Bell there having been about 18,000 visitors
talk about the hotels on Broadway, where So much has been written about Stan- ney
Mr. Hanser is well known would be and the Misses Bell, of Alleghany, Pa., there during the last year. Consideringthat accidents in the house-
put- ley and Emin that it is a little difficultto Eaton is within a short walk of Frequently occur
it Russell Harrison wrote were among the guests of the Peck House so hold which cause burns, cuts, sprains and
ting mildly. what is the
see exactly cause of the central a city as Chester, and is so easily
bruises for in such Dr.\J.ll.
last week. ; use cases
Hauser a note of apology and explainedthat quarrel between them and their respective accessible from Liverpool and Manchester McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment has for

Mr. Arkell, Mr. Gillam and himself partisans. Now that Stanley has returned "It will be an interesting piece there does not seem to me to be any many years been the constant favoritefamily

had all been absent at the time the mat- it seems be has, at infinite cost, to the friends of Mrs. Bertha Peck- cause for wonder. The fees payable by remedy. if-
visitors have amounted to 900> of which
ter was contributed by an outsider; that rescued Emin when he did not want to Schaeffer to know that her engagementwith the Duke of Westminster has ,made A disordered condition of the stomach,
the man in charge of the paper, not being be rescued. But he foqnd him in equa- Mr. Harry Trower, of England, has excellent use, E700 going to the Chester or malaria in the system will produce sick

familiar with public men, thought "Sam torial Africa, and after much coaxingand been announced. The marriage will be infirmary and 200 to the Grosvenor headache taking Dr., you J. can H. McLean's remove this Little trouble Liver by

Hauser" a fictitious name and let it pass. considerable force, induced him to I performed on the 4th of June, in St. museum. The hall at Eaton is the third and Kidney Pelletr. 25 cents per viaL

He "Rusa was and would I Michael's church, Charleston, and on the which bas been there during the present
very sorry leave the country and go to Zanzibar. A beautiful woman must be healthy,
make a full apology-one as "full" as the Here the rescue of Emin was celebrated 7th she and Mr. Trower will sail for En- century, and it is estimated that the and to remain healthy and beautiful she

in the next issue of gland to be absent until late in October. present duke and his father have expended should take Dr. J. H. McLean's Strengthening -
picture- Judge. to such an extent that Emin drunk ,
got a million and a half on the place. Cordial and Blood Purifier. It imparts -
Hauser did nothing more, waiting for the fell off the veranda, and cracked his Mrs. SchaefFer is a notably handsome The house is magnificent in all re- tone and flush to the skin

apology. A month has gone by, it hasn't skull. woman, and a woman of fine literarytaste. spects, being sumptuously decorated and vigor and pure blood; is equally! adapted

., made its appearance, and a storm is Then Stanley starts for Berlin and She is the eldest daughter of furnished, with a superb private chapel for all ages, from tile babe to the aged, of

brewing.THE. William Henry Peck, the novelist, and and splendid stables; but it baa the de- either sex.
London, where he is to be lionized, and fect of being a great deal too fine and If the stomach performs its functions
inherits in small that
Emin starts for his old province from no degree brilliant large for habitation, and it has really be- actively and regular I the food of which it
EQUALIZATION OF TAXES. writer's gift of expressing herself. :Mr. is the receptacle, is transformed into bloodof
which he was rescued. Later it turns come simply a museum, for, except in
Editor Florida Star: Trower is of wealth and a nourishing quality, which furnishes
an Englishman the three or four weeks of every winter
out that Emin is in the of Germanyto
pay vigor and warmth to the whole the
"The Legislature shall prescribe such position and belongs to an aristocraticold during which the duke and duchess en- body,
steal as much of equatorial Africa as remedy to give tone to the stomach u Dr.
regulations as shall secure a just valua-i family. This union will be one of tertain large parties, the owner and his J. II. McLean's Strengthening Cordialand
he while has been
can ; Stanley perform- family live in one wing and the rest of
tion of all property.-Art. IX, Sec. 1, I forming the very same good office for social importance, ns both parties are so the house is practically closed. The gar Blood Purifier.

Const. of Florida. I well known in the fashionable world.- dens have cost an immense sum; but The danger of a malarial atmospheremay
Great Britain. went out ostensibly
'The Assessor shall ascertain the valueof Atlanta Constitution. Mrs.Schaeffer spent Eaton is not a pretty place, and could be averted if you will occasionally
to rescue Emin from a living never be made one.-London Truth.An take a dose of Dr. J. H. McLean's Chills
the lands and assess them at their full death, while the whole world held its two winters on Indian River, and made and Fever Cure.

cash value."-Ch. 3847, Sec. 3r Acts of : breath in honor of the heroism of the many friends, who wish for her many; Afflicted Family. Appetite and sleep may be improved

1889. years of happiness. Mrs. A.-I think Mrs. Smith's death is every: part of the system strengthened anJthe
when in fact his mission
"The Board of County Commissionersshall man, was to ex- such a sad one. My heart fairly aches animal spirits regain their boajancy
the domain of Great Britain. for Mr. Smith. by the use of Dr.J.H.McCIean's Strength

have full power to equalize the assessment -, Stripped of all verbiage the whole af- THE'PANAMA CANAL Mrs. B.-Yes, and the poor little children. ening Cordial and Blood Purifier.

of the ,real estate In their respective It is Sadden of and hu-
fair has been little more than a race be- Decadence of Colon ; Collapse of the Canal, a terrible visitation. Will change temperature
counties and for that purpose you be at the funeral midity of the'atmosphere often produce
Business is Dead, and What Was One of
Great Britain and for
tween Germany disorders of the kidneys and bladder. Use
may raise or lower the value fixed by A.-Oh, yes.
the Liveliest Places the Globe is Dead
African possessions. As Emin is on the on Mrs. B.-What are to Dr. J. H. McLean's Liver and Kidney
you wear
the Assessor.Ch.. 3681, Sec. 27, Acts of
Too. Balm to check these troubles their incip-
backtrack to central Africa, from whichhe -Philip H. Welch's Posthumous Humorin

1887. has been rescued while Stanley i is In a letter we (the STAR) received The Epoch. iency.Dr..
It is safe to say that the subject here J. H. McLean's Chills and Fever
friend Colon he
from English
an at
bound for his well-appointed apartmentsin Cure is gentle in action, and warranted a
treated has been in the minds of the bulk A Good FlBancler.
Bond street, London, it would seem says, among other things, that the deca- cettain care. 50 cents a bottle.
of our people for the last few months. Jipson (entering room where the cham-
dence of Colon and the almost entire
that had far the better of ,
Germany so bermaid is sweeping You ought to
That have
G wondered if their
many neighbors Notice of Dissolntlon.
prostration of business since the collapse
these land-looting expeditions.What make a rich woman of yourself some
fared as bad as they did, as they of the canal, become more and more day, Bridget. Take notice that the firm of J. W.

looked at their tax receipts. That credItors 3. will be the result cannot be said apparent. Frequently not a single vesselis Bridget Whoy, sor? Ropers & Co. has this day been dissolved -

of the county have asked themselvesand England is pushing into central Africa to be found in the harbor where but a Because you have such a faculty for by mutual consent. Mr. S. H.

their friends why the county scrip by way of the Soudan, while Germany is short time ago vessels were obliged to raising the dust.-Lawrence American.On Ray, the silent partner will retire from
the firm and Mr. J. W. Rogers will
t was so depreciated, and that it was a working inland from the Zanzibar coast.It ,
anchor out for days, waiting for dock the Tombstone of the Future. continue the business at the same stand.

disagreeable surprise! to most of us to is not probable, however, that Stanley room at which to unload their cargoes. When cremation comes to be the fashion All persons indebted to the late firm

learn that there was over $5,000 of it will lead another expedition to rescue The local traffic on the isthmus,while we shall be able to do up our obita- will please call and settle their accounts

outstanding.This Emin, who plunges back into the interior !- the work on the canal was proceeding; aries in something like this style: with either of the parties a H.hereto.RAT.

\... being the case, some figures from as soon as he Is brought to civilisa had reached vast proportions.? The Feb. 3, 1887. Ore- ) J. W. Roaxxs.

"f the tax books may not be uninteresting: tion.: I route for 50 miles was a vast bivouac, Aerill7.19e9Crem-J Nov. 25 1910 HatecL R Titusville, Fla., May 1,1S90.4 .

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3Iater's Sale. Master's Sale. EDWARD STILING. ALBERT A. TAYLOR.
: Under and by virtue of a decree of Under and by virtue of a decree of foreclosure -
foreclosure and sale rendered by the and sale rendered by the Judge ofthe STILIJXrGT.A... -1- T" .d J j-3>[_
judge of the Circuit Court of the Sev- Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial ,

enth Judicial Circuit of Florida, sitting Circuit of Florida, sitting in Chancery at
Indian River
, in chancery at chambers for the county Chambers for the county of Brevard, dated Florida.DEALERS .

:I f of Brevard, dated the eleventh day of the 24th day of March, A. D. 1890, in a

j February, A. D. 1890, in a certain cause certain cause, wherein Harry Fisher is IN
and Andrew
Gibson and
3 wherein The Florida Agricultural Col- complainant
. : Mile Gibson J. H. Rollinsas
represented by
lege, a corporation organized and exist- next friend are defendants, I will sell at
. ing under the laws of the State of Flor- public outcry, in front of the Courthousedoor
Hardware Stoves
is complainant,and Sarah G. Gleasonand Tinware
ida at Titusville, Brevard county, Florida Crockery
William H. Gleason are defendants, on the first Monday in May, A. D,
. I will sell at public outcry, in front of; 1890, the same being the 5th day of the ,
J the court-house door of Titusville Bre- month, during the legal hours of sale, for

"| vard county,Florida,on the Monday' cash, to the highest bidder, the following- AND AGATE-WARE. .
, in June. A. D. 1890, the same being the described real estate, to-wit:

. second day of the month, during the Fifteen feet off the north end of lot three Paints, Oils, Glass and Putty, .
. legal hours of sale for cash,to the high- ((3)), block seven ((7)) in the town of Titus- o TABLE and POCKET CUTLERY

: est bidder, the following; described real vile, Brevard county, Florida, accordingto ,
'k estate, to-wit: the map and survey of said town made Plumbers' and Mill
A tract of land in the village of Eau by J. Francis LeBaron, and now on recordin BARBED WIRE

Gallic, Brevard county, Florida, described the Clerk's office of said county; said Q ,
as follows, towit11 of block land being,described by mete and boundsas Supplies,

"C" of said village, said block beingbounded follows: WIRE. NETTING .

: on the north by "Fountain lot Commence three, and at run the west northeast on dividing corner line of said between Doors Sash Blinds WIRE
Park west by Pineapple avenue south
lot one and lots two and three (2 & and CLOTH
!; by Jouset street and east by In dian River, feet
3) for a distance of ninety-four (94) ;
made William
. according to a survey by thence south a distance of fifteen (15))
! H. Gleason. a map of which is now on feet; thence turn an angle of ninety ((90) BRICK LIME CEMENT 'N ) Q-u.D.S
t' record in Brevard county, the said degrees and run east Washington ave.; v 9

.q block being the block on which the Ag- thence turn and run north, along said

.j, ricultural College building is situated, avenue, for fifteen ((15) feet to the point of SHINGLES and LATH. AMMUNITION:: ,

; or as much thereof as will be sufficient beginning.Also FISIIIXG TACKLE.
';! to satisfy said decree and costs of sale. all that lot of land in the town of

, Purchaser to pay for titles. Titusville, county and state aforesaid, according -: Ch
JAMES, SANDERS, to the map of J. Francis LeBaron, Ship D.d1ery: Gods,

., Special Master. aforesaid, described as follows : Commencing for ALABASTINE the for walls and
Agents permanent coating ceilings ; For Chattanooga Plow Com-
J Beggs & Palmer and Robbing & Graham at the southeast corner of lot numberone
solicitors for complainant. (1)), block number seven ((7)), thencerun pan y's plows and cane mills ; Planet Jr. farm tools.

"1 2 5t west a distance of ninety-four(94)feet; Gauze Doors Cook Stoves and Gasolene Stoves .
.A t thence north twenty (20)) feet, thence east Ranges, Coffins and Caskets.

, ninety-four ((94) feet; thence south twenty
Master's Sale.
"i ((20)) feet to the point of beginning, said lot ARTESIAN WELL PIPE A SPECIALITY.
/ and virtue of final decree of feet.
Under a 1RSO
J foreclosure and sale, issued out of and tinder containing Also, all those square pieces or parcels of land Catalogues, sample cards and size lists sent free upon application. Correspondence Solicited and ,

,\I. the seal of the Circuit Court of the 7th situate, lying and being in the county of estimates furnished promptly. .
Judicial Circuit of Florida, in and for Bret Brevard and State of Florida, to-wit : Lots

vard county, in Chancery sitting, in a cer- forty-three ((43)), forty-nine (49)), fifty (50), STILING & TAYLOR.CARDS. .
tain cause therein pending, wherein Floyd] and fiftv-one (51). in the village of Joyner-

and Newins are complainants and Stephen I ville,being a part of the town of Titusville>, .

,', Ryder et al., are defendants, I will, on the according to a plat or map of Joynerville, : I fc
2nd] I Clerk's office of said A. L. Hatch, Son
first Monday in June,same being the now on file in the (i.S.L'E&gLo&CQ.JACKSONVILLE' ,,
day of the month and a legal sale day : : county of Brevard. Brevard fcecy. Brevard Ab- DEALERS
" this court, between the legal hours of sale, Also, lot number twelve ((12)) in block Abstract Co. tract:Co.
j FLA.
f' sell the following-described property, to- nineteen ((19), according to the survey of & GRAHAM, DRY GOODS NOTIONS
f" ,' wit: J. Francis LeBaron, of the town of Titus- ROBBINS Crockery Glassware ,
l Lot number one and the northwest quarter ville, said map being of record in the ,

I of the northeast quarter of section 15, Clerk's office of Breyard county, Florida.As ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, House-Furnishini, Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery,
township 24, south of range 36 east, situate, much of the above land will be soldas P. O. Box 250, TITUSVILLE Brevard Co., Florida. Stationery, Family Medi-
I" I "?i- lying and being in the county of Brevard will be sufficient to satisfy the decree in Circuit Will practice and in the in all Supreme the ounties Court of Special the Seventh facilities Lamps, Oil, Vapor Stoves, cines, Garden Seeds,

r' and State of Florida. said cause and costs. for Examining and Perfecting Land Titles. Gate City Stone Filters.We .
Terms of sale, cash. Purchaser to pay For further information, inspection of Correspondence solicited from Claimants and Heirs CHOICE GROCERIES
:,. for titles. maps, etc., as to above lands, apply to to Spanish Grants. Money to Loan. 12 solicit the patronage of ,

D. L. GAULDEN, Robbins & Graham,or to the undersigned, L. GAULDEN our neighbours of tile Hay Corn, Mapes Fertilizers.
". Complainant's solicitor. 4t-51 ROBBIXS & GRAHAM, ,
Solicitors for complainant. 50 Titusville, Florida. EDGAR HOUSE, HAVING RIVER BOUGHT BAKERYWe THE INDIAN
------- -- --- --
breath with DeWitt's Lit. ---
"L Cleanse your 11. THRASHER Close to Indian River Inlet.
XOTICE.In will Keep on Hand
,., tie Early Risers, Dixon &Gray. A. Every Day
the 7th Judicial Circuit FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA.Fish .
t Circuit Court of
he His used girl.didn't DeWitt's go Little Early Risers. of the State of Florida, Brevard P. O. Box 20, SANFORD, FLA. Oysters and Game by the ,
t' county, A. D. 1890. Will practice in all the counties of the Seventh Millions. Boats, Wagons and Bug- ETC;ALSO

1+ The, Indian River Country. Wignell &Tweltridgevs. Circuit and Supreme Court. 3 gies to take Tourists hunting or
it: Bottlers of Sodawater
Third edition (revised) of the Brevard I Attachment JONES & ATKINSON, fishing. Good Road from here to GingerAle

.t,. County (Florida) Pamphlet for 1890 The Indian River Amount sworn. the Gulf Coast.I and other Drinks.ALL
Land & Improv'm't l to $7,892.69.Co. .
", now ready.Description. Attorneys-at-Law,
have Lots and Houses to sell in
of Indian River country ; ., a corporation Florida. ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT
its climate, health and settlements; 76 existing under the Dama esclaim'd'law Titusville i Edgar Town. Call or Address : ATTENTION.S. .

N with maps. Free to applicants of the State of $16,000. T. SANDERS, A. G. LAGOS Proprietor.PIANOSORGANS. .
r>" enclosing a two cent stamp.A. New York. J ,

/ L. HATCH, To the defendant corporation and all ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, PROPRIETORS,

50-3mo City Point, Fla. other persons interested: Will practice in all the'Courts of the Seventh Judicial TITUSyiLLE FLA. .'
;: You are hereby notified that a writ of Circuit of Florida.P. .
1%,' GREAT SCOTT attachment has been issued against you, O. Box.2S5. TITUSVILLE, FLA. The improved method of fastening strings of PI. FOR
that cough? De,ritt's I and your property attached to satisfy the Money to Loan. 11 auos invented by us, i*one of the most Important SALE,
Why don't you cure above set forth. improvements ever made, making the instrumentmore
it. the plaintiffs
.f Cough and Consumption Cure will do demands of before L. T. DANIEL, richly musical in tone,more durable,and leas THE ELtQANT
t This remedy is positively certain, prompt And,now. unless you shall appear DR. liable to get ont of tnne.
satisfactory, if you have the Judge of our said Court, at the Both the Mason Hamlin Organs and Pianos ex RESIDENCE AND GROVE,
and thoroughly Titusville in said County DENTIST, cel chiefly In that which la the chief excellence in :
tried it you know this statement to be a fact, Court House in any musical instrument quality of tone. Other .
if have not you are doing yourself an of Brevard, on or before the 7th day COCOA FLORIDA. thing, though important are much lets so thin OF L. E. BARNES, It is sold by Dixon & Gray. of July, A. D. 1890.the same the being declara Rule M.D.. L. DODSON, this.good.An instrument Illustrated with catalogues unmusical of new tones styles cannotbe Introduced ', ROCK LEDGE, FLA.,
demur to
i. Day, and plead or this season, sent free.
From the Land Flowers. tion of plaintiffs herein filed, judgmentwill Containing Seven and One-Third
f DENTIST MASON & HAMLINOrgan Acres of Land front ing Indian River.
Longwood, Fla., OcL 29, 1889. be rendered against you by default on

.ft: Mr. A. B. GnuEDEAU, Savannah, Ga. and your property sold to pay the debt. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. and Piano Co., Large Finished., Roomy Also RESIDENCE Three-Room elegantly -
Honorable Jno. D.Broome, filled and saved without destroying a
tested theJohnson's Witness the Aching teeth
t' DEAR SIB:-I have fully of said as well as A. A. the nerves. Teeth with abcewen treated success- BOSTON, NEW YORK, CHICAGO. COTTAGE and Outbuildings. One of
fc Chill and Fever Tonic you Judge Root. crowned substantially. Plates of
Clerk of said Court, and the fully. the most desirable places in Rock Ledge
15 cases oft Stewart, Para Broken Plates mended. Badly
pure gum.
to report
!. : sent me and have that it has seal of said Court, this the 15th day fitting plates corrected. Teeth extracted painlessly Neuralgic per.ons hammock.For .
; Chills and Remitting Fever D. 1890. Office on Washington avenue. 8WALTER And those troubled with nerrousneti resulting price,terms, etc.,apply to
cured. Not one failure. With some' of March, A. from care or overwork will be relieved by Uklug
J: experience as to the demands of Georgia [L. S.] A. A. STEWART, S. GRAHAM, M. D. Brown's Iron Bitters. Genuine Albert A. Taylor, Cocoa, Fla.

and and especially in the southeastern 48 Clerk of the Circuit CourtNotice has trade mark and crossed red line on wrapper.
,of this State,.I know of no Office Consultation, 1.00; !
part use Creditors legateesand Visits in Titusville $2.00. Drags Drugs Drags
remedial of general to IVotlce.
agent so worthy Calla between 10 p. m. and 6 a. m.will be charged .
as yours. Whoever originated it is a Distributees. double rates.Obstetrical. One month after date hereof I will applyto -
and cases outeide the Corporation
public benefactor. Yours truly claims and de- are positively cuefI.decline the Honorable Minor S. Jones, County A Fine Assortment of
S. F. GOVE, All persons having Judge of Brevard county,Florida,for leaveto I
Missionary Florida Baptist Country on mands against the estate of Benjamin F. LEWIS, sell the following land in said county, DRUGS,
Indian river and its vicinity. Lanehart, deceased, late of Dade county, to-wit: PATENT MEDICINES

as creditors, legatees or distributees, will and Surveyor Beginning on the east side of a public SYRINGES
Ask Dixon &; Gray whatDeWitt's Little take notice that their claims must be Civil Engineer road at the northeast corner of a tract of

Early Risers are.TakeDeWitt's. presented within two years from date Titusville Fla. land now owned by Mrs. Mary Young, STATIONERY,FANCY &.TOILET

Risers. hereof, or same will be barred; and persons i said point being 560 feet south of the north ARTICLES

Little Early indebted to said estate will make T> B. BURCHFIELD, line of section 21, township 27 south, range Kept constantly on hand.
DeWitt's Little Early Risers get there. payment to my agent William M. Lane- 37 east, and 1613 feet east of the quarter Physicians' Prescriptions. carefully

hart, at Palm Beach, Fla. I COUNTY SURVEYOR.Orders section post on the north boundary of said compounded at all hours.
to W. M. LASEHART i section ((21)) thence east variation 2 &'
certain if' reasonable effort DeWitt's is made Cough Executor of the last will and testament by mail will receive as prompt east 440 feet on to J. O. andC.H. Walton'sline J. B. SCREVEN, Druggist,

cure a cough by the use of this remedy is correct of Benjamin Lanehart. 50-8w attention as calls in person. to Indian River, thence northward TITUSVILLE, FLA.

and Consumption cure and costs no Address: Georgiana, Fla. along the river shore 100 feet,thence south '
and certain in its action insist 84 west 420 feet, thence south 10east O. 3. :HECOR: ,

more than unreliable preparations Dixon &Gray Schooner, MANATEE, RUE P. ELY, along the east side of said road 63 feet to
sale by LA
upon having it. For ZELLERS Master. the point of beginning, containing 76-100 Hardware and
v. ,
J. acres,more or less.
ADVICE. Public for the State at Large.
Notary Said land to Chris. ){. Houston -
feet'warm, Yacht be charteredfor belonging
"Keep your heak cool, your This 28-ton can Justice of the Peace 17th Dist. minor !said and to be sold General Produce
jour liver active and trust In God, was the all points up and down the river, on a o county,
patient, the Bahamas. CONTRACTOR & BUILDERof for his use and benefit.
advice of a celebrated phpeician the coast, or to .
you can.regulate the action of your .liver, Commodious, safe and good accommo over 30 years' experience. Natural Guardian MARY of Chris.V. HOUSTON M. Houston., ?MERCHANT. .,."* z "
kidneys and, an bowels absolutely by using reliable D JWaaparilla pur- dations. TITUSVILLE Further particulars, FLA.address- finish a specialty.Melbourne, Florida. a Dated this April 30th, 1890. Melbourne .;;:_';- .::- .: Florid \

Ifying remedy for sale by Dixon fc; Gray

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d iili raffamed heighfoT'four or'fTve Advice to Mothers .
THIt"KL'iG CORN GUOWER. 3 Hrs.WnrsLow'8 SOOTHMOSTBCP should ahray
inches the of the furrows
be used when children
are cutting teeth. It re-
harrowed off and the earth thus disturbed 1ieTu the UUle an1rererat ooee;itprodncesnaturaJ, S. H. I
fell into the furrows and covered the quiet Bleep,and the little cherub awakes as bright RAY
OR. WOLFE, OF CINCINNATI, AND HIS aa a button." It is very pleasant to taste. It
plant completely. The surface of the soothes the chiM,softens the gums,allayi all pain ,

WONDERFUL GOLDEN EAR. field was now perfectly level again, and regulates bowels whether and is the beaUt1cnrnremedy
I for diarrhoea, arising from teething or
no corn could be seen. In a short time other causes.. Twenty-flTe cents a bottle. TITUSVILLE FLA.Gen'l .

H. Made Jerry Bosk Secretary of Agriculture the bright green blades reappeared, and 4 ,

Acknowledge HU Sovereignty.The when they had grown up six or eight $ THE MUSIC HOUSE OF FLORIDA. -
inches the cultivators were set to work
Doctor's Experiment on DU Mam-
shoveling the earth toward the plant.

moth Wentern Ranch. Twice afterward the cultivators went A. CAMPBELL MerchandiseSTORE.

[Special Correspondence. through the field, and when the corn was

WASHINGTON, April 24.-One day last up 15 or 18 inches, and again when it Jacksonville, Fla.

week a short, robust old man, who wore was about 30 inches. Then the crop was

a slouch hat and carried a large grip sack laid by to make itself." Knabe Pianos Weber Pianos, Haines .

in his hand, called at the department of "And how did the crop do?" asked the j Bros.' Pianos, Morris Pianos, Wilcox & .

agriculture and sent his card to Secretary White Organs and
secretary agriculture, now thoroughly Chicago Cottage
Eu&k. He shown in. .
was interest d."Howtdid. Organs.I .

"You are Jerry Rusk he asked, putting it do? Just wait till you will Sell and Deliver at your nearest I propose to keep

: down his grip sack. hear the figures. Every grain of seed station High GradePIANOS-
"Yes and THIRTY PLOWS TOGETHER."tTndbuTJtedry .
; your"I seemed to have fructified. Every stalk
am the King Corn Grower of corn saved the early A First-Class Stook
bore a good ear, many two ears. Whenwe
America.: settlements in America. But for maize
came to harvest we found a great
the first colonists would have
deal of corn. It seemed as if the heapsnever perished,
and this continent would be ,
now a century
would stop growing in my cribs.It -
two behind the mark. t.
or present
r was perfect mountain of corn. Why,
Corn saved the for forefathers
day our
from the 500 acres devoted to this crop OR
when they struggled for independence.
33,500'bushels of first class corn were F
Without there would have been
corn no
gathered,shelled,measured weighed.
revolution-no great republic to lead th-
From 140 acres of oats the remainder of
world into of ORGANSrOR
new paths government.In
the section, the yield was 5,300 bushels,
the struggle between north and southn
giving us a total of 44,000 bushels of
the late war it was corn against cot-
grain-the largest crop ever gathered

from one section of land in America. tr'n-two agricultural kings in m.aal LN:S MONEY than any other house in the t

"Just think what a quantity of grain cJlmbat-and corn was the victor. Why United States. \\illxhipa Piano or Organ to DRY GOODS
should I not love this beautiful plant? any honest man or woman on trial, and it not
AifIl that is, Mr. Secretary, continued Dr. satisfactory. I will pay freight both 'ways. $25 ,
Wolfe, with the genuine enthusiasm of "Moreover, continued the doctor, cash aud >$10 a month on a Piano, and$10 cash and
placing his hand on the shoulder of the $5 a month on an Organ till paid for-not much '
a farmer, a statistician and an economist
more than ordinary rent. On these very liberal Notions
combined in one. "It would load nearlya secretary of agriculture, "corn is today terms anyone can own a instrument. Send for ,

thousand and would fill three used for food, directly and indirectly, by TREE CATALOGUE containing full information.
wagons number of the earth's inhabitants Sheet Music Strings,Violins, Banjos, Guitars, Accordeo -
freight trains, each composed of thirty- a greater and in ftct, every Musical Instrument
five cars. It is a greater quantity of than any other article. Mr. Martin, that ic made and at very low prices. Send for com Mens' Ladies' & ChiIdrens'SaOES
of the New York Produce Exchange. pleteCatalognes. I have 20.000 pieces of Choice
grain than was imported by the United Music at 10 ceiits:per cups

I '1 t llI States in the last fiscal year. What whom I met only this morning at the A. B. Campbell, Jacksonville, Fla. 5

1 i would the farmers of Germany, of Holland hotel, told me corn was never so popularin :
f Europe as it is today. The demand
SECRETARY BUSK BEATEN. or England think of a crop like that? GEO. E. CIUSE.
for it there is that the
over so great export
"Glad to meet Mr. King Corn And this must the more amaze us whenwe
Grower. Have you you some specimens of reflect that my farm is right in the is limited only by the "es v1! room GEO. E. CHASE & CO.,
available. Yet it is within recollection
your skill with you? If so,trot 'era out." midst of what was once known as the my

The visitor opened his big carpet bag "Great American" desert-the region of I and yours, Mr. Secretary when the SHIP CHANDLERY GLASSWARE,
trifle. I remember
exports were a mere
and took out an astonishing number of which the authoritative Huinboldt

little tin boxes, like a prestidigateur producing whose word no one ever dared dispute, reading as late as 1847 an official report HARDWARE .
which stated in ,
"' effect that the value of
is sterile
'it Sahara.
wrote as as
flowers from the inner recesses ofa
silk hat. He removed the sliding lids "I have been out in that country,"said Indian corn had been heightened by the Patent Logs, Wire Rope Rim
recent introduction of it into Great Britain AND
of these boxes,of which there were thirty, Secretary Rusk, "and I saw no desert FISHING GEAR, SPRUCE LADDERS.
and that while it had
not at
once received -
there. Do think it
and spread them out on the secretary'sdesk. you ever was a desert -
universal Agent for Devoe & Co.'s Paints
approbation there was Tule
There were thirty small of Ship Chandlery Goods.These
believe it would win Life Preservers Tent & Awning Co.
torn, a chromatic scale in maize. Box "I do not.Vhile it is true that vege- reason to more favor -I Patent Anchors., : .

No. 1 was full of kernels almost as white table life has never manifested itself there when more pains were taken

1 as periwinkles, while box No. 30 was as luxuriantly in this region, and that it to prepare it for a foreign market. When BOAT GEAR OF ALL XIIfDS. will be the main features of

black as darkness. All the tints and was apparently barren I have my own you and I were boys, Mr. Secretary, a Correspondence Solicited. Telephone business, but orders sent me for any-my
few could hold all
the that
shades known to the chemist were to be theory as to the causes. The land was ships corn 266. thing kept in any store in Titus-

found in this product of a corn field lab always rich, was always waiting to be was exported from our shores. Now jYos. 88 $ 90 E. ville will be promptly filled.
oratory. tickled with the plow and smile in return whole fleets sail with their holds full of Bay St.,

"And here art some of the emblems of with a bountiful crop, but it was for an the yellow grain and come back for more. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.COlyr. .

said the visitor unknown period of time the Corn has literally conquered the earth, : .
my royalty, diving runwayfor Will buy Fruits Eggs Chickens
and of the burn it in
yet we our
deep down into his carpet sack and bring- millions of buffalo which traveled ,
ing forth two or three long yellow north every spring and south every fall.I I stoves. DEA 'NIONLv li1L& TUIOUI CAt '

wands,' set with rows 6f golden drops. The hoofs of the buffalo destroyed the i I "Why? f.rt bU.SfIIl.II.N&1I C &....11.Whispers fall.8eI"1 Wd.Con r.lUsrox, Or any Country Produce my customersor

"You. think that a kingly ear of corn, grass roots, and gave to geography that }: "There is too much corn. Much as I .sly,til Br>qw& Writ far tok.f ...."FKU. friends may bring

do you?" exclaimed the secretary of agri- immense fiction, 'The Great American love this royal grain, my eyes are not to market.

culture. "You think it can't be beat? Desert. In 1870 the herds of buffalo became blinded. Corn is king, but we do not

Well, wait here one mInute and I'll take sensibly reduced in number,and in need to make it a tyrant. We must dethrone hair. I ask for a share of the public patronage -

the fall of 1874 the bison it. Thirty years ago the good ItPARKER'S and
the conceit out of you.: disappearedfrom come as a supplicant, not a
Uncle Jerry touched his electric bell the plains of Kansas never more to people of a section of our country thought Gray. die tator, asking for your favors.If .
cotton that it ruled the land.
button, and in a couple of minutes he return. Coincident with his disappearance was!: king courteous treatment,good

held in his hand a long ear of corn the grass began to grow on the One day 'mudsill' rose in his place in goods and low figures is

"Now, size up here with me," he exclaimed hitherto dusty plains, and now it carpetsthe congress, armed with official documents, CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH the candidate for

merrily; "now we'll see if you earth richly with green. Some say and made the astounding statement that PENNYROYAL PILLS. public favor,

are the King Corn Grower of America. the buffalo enriched the soil and made it the hay crop of the country quite doubledthe lied Cross Diamond Brand. then I'melected.
value of the of cotton. This ) The only rel1abJe JIm for.&!.. !late u.nre. .
Measure up, now!" possible for the grass to grow, but I do crop .Ladle,Mk Dracght tat the Din. .
hitherto undiscovered fact disturbed the ...4 Brmad Pe4 BMUllie boxw,
But lo and behold! the ear of yellow not believe the fertility of the earth de- ., ,,1U1111..ribboll. Tak.B..U.e.%8cad4
stability of the Union. It recast the constitution (itmrapi) for partitclan and -Keller for
corn which for many.months had been pends on top dressing. By planting the jUdleti it r>b7BMai. HamtPmr. Agent for Chattanooga Plow Co.,
seed in the freed slaves, made a new nation CkUfccster CbeHlcalC*,tUdUoa*',FUlwU tfm.
the pride of the department of agricul- deep ground the germ reachesthe Chilled Plows and SugarCane
ture. was shorter by an inch or more than electricity of the earth, and from not want kings on our mIls.s. .

the ear which the visitor held aloft in this relation is nourished into life and farms. Kings are unAmerican.Ve
must dethrone corn, and in his placeset
triumph."I stimulated into development. My crop
of diversified STRENJStTAUfYiHow ::8: F.
acknowledge the corn,*' said the of corn twice or three times as great a:* a republic crops. a ,3T.

secretary; "you are king; but now giveus that harvested by my neighbors, who We need'more wheat, oats, rye, barley, Lost! How Regained
sorghum, beans, peas, beets, goobers, ,
an account of yourself. plant in the old way, near the surface,
and tobacco. Our bins and
The visitor needed no second invitation. attests the correctness of this theory. I hemp _TH fNCf

"My name is Wolfe-Dr. N. B. Wolfeof did not make any money on my crop- literally bursting with corn, for : HERE WE ARE AGAIN !
which there is no market at a price that =OFD L/fE '
Cincinnati, said he. "I practiced no one can make money raising corn at '

medicine for thirty-five years. Now I present prices-but I succeeded in accomplishing will repay first cost. Corn absorbs too -_ r

have retired and become a farmer." what I started out to do, much of our energies exacts too muchof
"Being millionaire, you can affordto and that was to give the American his subjects.

till the soil," interjected the secretary. ''farmer' an object lesson in the value of And when the shades of evening fell, KMTHYMTHE

"Yes, and let me tell you what I have going below the surface of the ground and the typewriter girls, and the seed SCIENCE, OF LIFE J, W ROGERS & CO,

done with the soil. Let me talk corn to with seed which is to make his crops." girls, and the clerks and every one was A Scientific and Standard Popular Medical Treatise
gone, there sat short Dr. Wolfe and tall on the Errors of Youta.l'reinatare ineNervous
you. Some years ago I purchased four "I guess we shall have to confirm your
Before and
Rusk still Physical Debility,ImpuritIes of the Blood. an intelligent, appreciative
sections of land, 2,560 acres in Reno title as the King Corn Grower of Amer- Secretary talking corn.

county, Kansas intending to have a cattle ica," said Secretary Rus WALTER WELLMAN. t f discriminating public present ourselvesand

range. Mr. Secretary,you never sawa "Thanks for that. I confess I am an make our bow, announcing that we

prettier piece of la d. A stream runs enthusiast on the subject of corn. All Absolute Solitude.
through it and it lies life in the are candidates for their favors, good
as a great my though engaged practiceof A sick dude called on a doctor.

from the rim of which every other spot medicine, I have kept close watch of "What he needs," advised the phy Resulting from Folly,Vice,Ignorance,Excesses or wishes and-cash.
of its surface be In the Overtaxation, Enervating and unfitting the victim
can seen. May, 1883 agricultural interests of our country.See .
sician, "is absolute seclusion and soli for Work,Business,the Married or Social Relation.
I gave orders to have one of the sections how corn has entered into our na- tude, with nothing whatever to excite Avoid unskillful pretenders. Possess this great As blood is thicker than water, so is
put under plow., To do this, the season tional life. It is the one distinctively work. It contains BOO pages,royal 8vo. Beautiful
binding,embossed,full g.: Price only $1.00 by cash bettr than credit. We to
being late thirty breakers were set to American product of the farm. It is a "Leave him alone with his thoughts," mall,postpaid,concealed In plain wrapper. Illustrative propose

work turning over the thick turf. Our plant of American origin. In the universality promptly said his friends, as they with- distinguished Prospectus author Free,Wm.,If IL you Parker apply,now.M. D.,The received get out of the old ruts and Sell our

furrows were a mile long. How long do of its uses.and its intrinsic im- drew from the room.-Chicago Globe the GOLD AND JEWELLED MEDAL Goods at Rock Bottom Prices for bard
you think it took us to break and plant a portance to mankinu, no other grain can from tbe National Medical Association

square mile of ground? Just twenty-two be compared with it. Readily adaptingitself No Delay on Account of the Epidemic. this PHYSICAL PRIZE DEBILIT ESSAY on Y-Dr.Parkerand NERVOUS corps mod

days. In the history of farming in Kansas to every variety of climate and soil, Young Mr. Polhemus(taking her hand) of Assistant Physicians may be consulted confidentially Cash.We
mAil In
by or person, at the office of
never has so much been done in so it is grown from the warmest regions of -Darling, our-k-chewl-wedding will THE PEABODY MEDICAL INSTITUTE, handle a first-class line ofClothing

short a time. Forty men and 125 horses the torrid zone to* the land of short sum- -k-chee-take! place to-morrow evening No..Da1aneh8 ,BMto.Ma.u.,to whom all
did the orders for books or. letters lor advice aaould be
work. Of course that ):ear'scrop.of mers in northern Canada. The first -ah-kit-chew! Kit-chew! just the directed u aboTe.AGENTS .

'sod corn didn't amount to much. settlers learned from the Indians how to same, will it not?

It was not expected. grow it, and a distinguished historianonce His Darling (tremulously-It shall bekchee W11111 I U firm \I(1 profit: ,
: a
"Last spring we began preparations for told me the first larceny committedin k-chee-jusc! as you-k-choot Sample free. A
raising a real crop of corn. I had America was when a party of Puritans rare op Both
some --say, William.-Chicago Tribune. portunity. Geo. A. Scott, 842 B'way,X.Y. Ready-made and to Order.
ideas of my own about corn planting, stole the horde of corn from an Indian

and I put them into operation. The soil village in Massachusetts. The James Didn't Need It. AGEXTS WANTED IIA iest and finest fa b-

had not been touched_for a year,but now river settlers, taught the art of corn rais- Tramp-!Will you give me permission, TO SELL rrXLESS |U 11 rice without pins. OurGents1

we put the listers in, plowing out furrows ing by the Indians, had thirty acres un- lady,to go into your barn to commit suicide CLOTHES-LINES; llU Clothes do not

ten inches deep, with a two inch der cultivation within three years after ? no more freeze to it and Furnishing Department

subsoiler following to pulverize a soft their arrival. It is a curious circum- Lady (filled with pity-Poor man! pins clothesPINS| cannot blow off.

bed in which to plant and bury the seed. stance that the James river Indians and Here's a piece of mince pie for you. holds It is a perfect Is Complete.
Nobby from
t' winter line. Sample line sent by mail for ;
Again our furrows
were a and
long, the New England Indians had precisely Tramp-Thank you, marm, but Fve 50c., also 50ft. line! by mail 81.25 prepaid. first-class hands and
the Shoes
by time the three or four horses at to suit thee
Rats" that'll do !
tached the same method of planting. They dug got some "Rough on justas For circulars, price list, terms, address th
to each
lister sixteen plow had dragged a heavy little holes in the ground and put small well-New York Sun. PINLESS'CLOTHES LINE CO. most fastidious.. Trunks, Values and
across the field they'were fishes in along with the seed. At Plym- 17 Hermon St., Worcester, Mass Hand Satchels low ?, j
: tired enough to.quit for the day. The Child of the Twentieth Century. too to quote.
outh in 1625 writer said You
Plowing and planting were done at the a : may Father-Robert, is it not about time MADE WITH BOILING WATER.Epps's .
see in one township a hundred acres together For fine and Tobaccos
same time. When we had finished our set with these small that little boys were abed? we cannot 1
herrings or
field it looked like a lake on a breezy day. shads, every acre taking a thousand of Robert (aged 6, carelessly glancing at be excelled in the county.

There was a succession of little ridges his watch)-Really,father I must be excused ;
them; and an acre thus dressed will .GRATEFULCOIFORTING.C'
pro- .
about three feet apart, and their crests duce so much corn as three acres with: for venturing an opinion. It is a We earnestly ask an inspection of our .

.Ban ruing a foot above the furrows which out flab.' Ah, Mr. Secretary,it they had subject in which I havlitthave le interest; I O C O'.a Goods before buying elsewhere.
In the bottoms
little -
no boys, you know. Mon
only had my deep planting ,.along with

h t-1i. these furrows the_ corn grew and when 4 th eQin s inpachhillt_ treat Star. MADE WITH BOILING. WATER. J. IV. Rogers & 'Co.'IT ..


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,- / 4 NEW YORK,April 24.-Gertrude Ather- TElE TB.OPZOAL TB.UNK. LJNE "The Gladstone"L&1IP 11

''?, too, the author of "Hennia Suydam is JA.CKSOlILLE, TAMPA & KEY WEST SYSTEM. It
1-1 an interesting woman. She Is a Californian 1't

l"' a widow, with one child. She SCHEDULE IN EFFECT lARCH 27, 1890-CENTRAL .STANDARD TIME.
charming Going South Read Down. lire finest lamp la the world. MEDICINE
in a apartment
lives on East STATIONS. Going North, Bead Up. ltgtvesayare.80fh brl I II.
rFiftieth street It is almost like a ant while iightoi 83 cuxtla
step- OOpm s a s .,,poe er.Purer and brighter
ping into a bit of woodland to enter 630 OOam 125pm 300 10am Leave Jacksonville Arrive 900am 1169am I 50pm s than KM light i softer than JNTHEWORLD IsAS

'. her dainty drawing room, hung and fur 820 4 5E 950 Arrive.. St.Palatka Augustine Leave'4 7 30 10 45 410- 625 electric cheerful Hint than-cither.more
'. : in different tones of J626 .. 8 50 I 505 '" A fiartetotit hq\tfr*
nished Ormond '
green, t8 45 J718 .: or8iaarylamp Oil/
bus. Atherton's favorite color, as i -. T Daytona" v 00 Seeing is:Believing
also Hermia 4 OOpm s r i A "wonderfullamp
Suydam's. 1240pm 8
was The 30am Leave Jacksonville Arrive 6 30am 12 40pm 64opm it Is indeed. Never
great, broad couch piled high with 715 545>> 235 131 1035 9 34! Arrive" Green Cove Spring Leave., I 5) 24 11 39am 5 40 :'smokes seeds trimming,breakschlmneysnever'smells never 1
nor "
: Palatka
Et emerald hued cushions Is like a 849 339 1145" 425 1045 445 ASPRIKQ '
mossy Seville -
:J / bank whereon the wild thyme grows. 10CO 10 CO 4 4 26 35 12 OSpm 48am ." DeLand.1 305, 810 636 3 220 34 of?the,no oil climbing" no flickerla of the- MED I CINE, TOCUREANDTONE
Soft green hangings at the windows 1110 500 : Orange City Junction 149 828 226 r flame,annoyance of
: s-anford 115 'Z 50 155 S any kind. and can
dim, delicious light in the pretty room, 457 ', Enterprise 747 not explode And UP THE GENERAL
6 50 1 besides it gives a char,
'. and perhaps the prettiest object of all is I 1015am I 608 I 313 J ;" Titusville Orlando "" 1140 5 631 46 1155 I 4. times white kize 0A,10* brilliancyof to 2O AlUVVENTS OF THE
:I the ivory skinned, beryl eyed, yellow 700 e Tampa el 7SO 820 any ordinary AOVM SYSTEM.TAKEPhysicians
mistress. /finished In either
.' haired little She sits in a spacious i t Brass Meiel. Gold or 4f
chair over which is thrown a great 12 05am 245pm 10 55am Leave Palatka Arrive 1040am t.410pm* i Antique Bronze. Also
white fur rug, a capital background for 315 140 3 29 11 35 Arrive Interlachen Leave 955 329 11 1240pm lOam The Gladstone Extension Study Lampfor f
402 123lm.e Hawthorne 918 2 53 1000 Clergymen Editors, Students, Teachers,
the graceful woman whose gown of soft, 5 4 20 15 430 0'a Rochelle Ie 8 55 2 30 9 05 Professors, Lawyers, Physicians and other
Indian silk harmonizes 700 1 Gainesville .1 professional men.
green beautifully 5 33 'I 40 145 7 40
with her picturesque personalityand 630 213 117 :: Orange Lake 74* 149 The Gladstone Banquet Lamps.
Ocala" 700 12 55
surroundings. The 8 05 I 07" I. The Gladstone Piano Lamps.
great desk Leesburg 5 I 30 10 SHam
9 SO 535 Send for price list. Single at wholesale
Pemberton 935 lamps -
nearby is heaped with letters and 1010 635 c. Brooksville el 835 y mceooxed and sent safely by express. Q
: proofs of Mrs. Atherton's novel which 9 05 5 35" Eustis c' 12 5">pm 910 KFGet our.prices. Seeing is believing. '
the Lovells are bringing out. It a 91R Tavarg 'a 11 Siam 855 GLADSTONE LAMP CO*,

will not be an erotic romance like "Her- daily Daily between; t Daily Jacksonville except Sunday.and Palatka.Trains leaving Jacksonville *S0 a. m. and PalaU: 4:20 p. m. are 71 Park .l-laee.Jliew Y rk.

; mia," but an idyllic romance toe : .
: At Jacksonville BAN K
A of which is laid California,on a ranch. for Orange City New Smyrna and Lake with Helen-diverging At lines north east and west At Orange City Junction mANDStO
Jupiter with J. L. W.Ry. for Lake Worth At San .
ford with it ,
; A new dialect is introduced, and the hero Ida Ry\Vintep 0.B. for,O kliad.Jarpon springs' Clearwater and Gulf Coast points and with South Flor- s .y P H.I .
ins is a daughter of a bandit chief. It Mobile and for Manatee Rt At Tampa with Plant Steamship Line for Key West Havana and .

j is rumored now and then that Mrs. Ath- daily Raua between St. James City and FT pOlDtS.:Myerfc At Pullman Punta Gorda Palace Buffet with steamers Sleeping cars for on Key through West Havana fast mail, Punta train RE FIXTURES and prescribe endorse with P.mat P.Y.satlsfsetloa M a splendid for combination the evres of 4
erton is to wed the handsome, stalwart New York and Tampa without change. For information call on or address all forms and itsgM of Prim try, tteeondary and T rUD -

editor of Current Literature. Whatever D. F.JACK, General Manager. G. D. ACKERLY, Gen'l Passenger Agt. ,
truth there may be in this report I know JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. P P. C ai 4;

not, but I do know that they are very THE
old friends. Mrs. Atherton leads a very O F U

quiet life, and especially so since the unpleasant MALLORY NEW YORK-FLORIDA LINES. ,
and distasteful publicity of the cry s diana clue BH nmaU m,Scrondon Clem .
and Sore*, lar dwelling, Rheumatism Malaria '
pen clashing before referred to. Her old Chronic Ulc-. that hm.. resisted all trMlmontSON
time is devoted to her work and she goes

out only for her daily constitutional New York Philadelphia Boston & Florida.

Before her husband died, while living I 611ti

, j in California,she used to long for literary Sailing front \ FERNANDINA, Fla., Emery THURSDAY.NEW s s S
.1 fame and turn wistful toward the
eyes YORK, Every FRIDAY at 3 p. m.
.1 east. Her intimate friend, to whom she, Catarrh,Hkin Diseases.Edema, Chronic Female Com
IRON STEAMERSIRlo plaints,linrenrial Poison,Tetur 8caldh ad.eta.'
confided her aspirations, was Sybil San- P:P.P.U a powerfnl tonic and an excellent a 'fit.

derson, whose Eiffel tower note astounded Grande,

1' artistic Paris last year. Sybil was as t Capt. Connor. : ; ,

eager to go upon the stage as Gertrude .. .tSlit'Yilrtl.' ,r' ..t.. wA
. to write but both State of Texas, .
was were opposed by W I A strhtlffir4clags machine, fu \ \ ...trdand a
i their families. "We used to take long Capt1 Williams. ; made from very best materials bj r' workmen

walks together and talk it over, and won- City of San Antonio and Warrrnted with best to do tools all ever that can devised be reaecr/fcpnrrose.;..y ipected. the .
sera building up system rapidly.Ladles
der if we should ever get out into the of the very best typewriter extant. Capable of writing whose systems are poisoned and whose Mood
: world and realize our ambitions. At last Capt Wilder. ISO words per minute, or more,according to theability Is In an Impure condition dne to menu e.1 tree Iar-
of the operator PRICE, $1.. .
the way opened for both, and when we Address, PARISH M'FG CO.,
met after the separation of years in Passengers from Titusnlle, Indian River, and East Coast, poi' ts. arriving in Jacksonville from J.,T. Agents wanted. PARISH, N. Y. p. P.CURES:
Paris last } & K. W. Railway, make connection with morning and afternoon trains for Fernandina and Steamers as .p ;
summer, you can fancy now advertised -----------

much. there, was to talk about." Passengers arriving Wednesday and Thursday evenings will be cared for at Fernandina. VEt.RDR$ EAV9RItfre. Nt A : A R I i\

Leave New York. STEAMERS Leave Fernandina.

The "Grippe" In St.; Fetenburc. Friday April 25,......................STATE OF TEXAS,...............-Thursday, :May 1 ties are peculiarly benefited by the wonderf tent sad
A correspondent of The British Medical Friday, May 2,..........................RIO GRANDE,..................-Thursday, 8 blood Boot and cleansing Pntaednm.p properties. of f.F.r,Prickly Ash,l eke

Journal thus describes the "grippe" Friday, 9,.......................STATE OF TEXAS,...............Thursday, 15 t
as it manifests itself in Petersburg: "It Friday, 16,......................... RIO GRANDE,.....................Thursday, 2rt
: P. cu"J
.:, is frequently spoken of in the lay papers For General information appll to p
J. M. CUTLER, Gen. Pass. Agent, 77 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla.
as influenza, but the typical symptoms G. M. HUBBY. Agent foot of Centre street, Fernandina, Fla. F'E P I A
;1" of this disease are far more frequently Or to H. B. HERSEY Indian Rtver Ticket Agent, Titusville Fla., Y s s

absent than present, and the only feat C. H. MALLORY & CO., General Agents, Pier 20, E. R., N. Y.

ures in common are the rapid course, the 1HE 1HEwo LIPPMAN BROS., Proprietors, !.
extremely rapid spread, and the frontal nwoRK' AfB1ME1SS W Ho y.EBALE DRUGGISTS

'.! headache, the great running of the nose C1yde Steamlzip CC>. V Uppman Block. SAVANNAH GA.__ ,i

and absent in all the _
'1 eyes being cases I\GD. 28 UNIONSQUARENY 5AlCr. .
New York Charleston & Florida Lines.
:;i that I have ever seen. The two most ILL. ATLANTA.G.q ,CAL.-ISZ",.;
prominent symptoms in the present epi- s7.LOU1s.MO. UI"---Yr' "' ;" DALLAS.TEX.FROM HOW?

demio are those of high temperature and
r :
"Can the world know has a good
:to great frontal headache, accompanied in thin? unless he advertises the possessionof
f';;;;r many cases by pains in the eyeballs, and it?'VAnniRBrtT.

in all by foul tongue and breath, constipation ti

:f and general malaise.

:; The onset is rapid, the temperature *

'. running up at once to 39 degs., 40 degs.

C, or even higher. The pulse in those

: cases I have seen is not raised proper WRITE US

fi. tionatelywith the temperature. In some t

cases there are added the symptoms of NEW YORK CITY. wherever you live,and. t
catarrh of the nose and frontal sinuses, The Magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed to sail as follows : : Mr. A. H. Hawkes-Pear Sir: Your PATENT r a V we will ship you a
EYE GLASSES received sometime since, and am
in others there are sore throat and catarrh (Standard Time.) fins
very much gratified at the wonderful change thai instrument on 15 Q
of the deeper air passages, and in New York to Jacksonville. Jacksonville to New York. has cove glasses over,11y and eyl am"sight now since wearing 1 have yonrn.ALKX4NDKB dft'cardedmyoId r4 i I Days' Test Trial in

many there are vague rheumatic pains Pier 29, E. River. STEAMER. A GAB.Sfcretary ,. your own home.
about the back* shoulders and limbs. Friday, April 25, at 3 p m ......CHEROKEE,......Thursday, May 1, at 2 p m Stationers' Board of Trade. S t

The duration is short, averaging from Monday, April 28, at 3 p m...... YEMASSEE, .....Sunday, May 4, at 4 a m 25 DIXON All k fitted GRAY at the, TITUSVILLE Drug Store of, FLA.FINE l 5,
three to five days, though sometimes prolonged Wednesday, April 30 at :i p m.... SEMINOLE, ......Tuesday, May 6, at 5 amam 1
2 at 3 ..... IROQUOIS, ......Thursday, U 8, at 6 I *
: to six or eight days, or even longer Friday, May pm. ,,. : ...,,. .
Tuesday G at 3 m..CHEROKEE.Thursday, 11, at 10 a m r. .
and convalescence is p
f' rapid. Friday, 9, at 3 p m...... YEMASSEE,......Thursday, 15, at 2 pmam
Tuesday, 13, at3pm ......SEMINOLE,......-Sunday, 18, at 4 NO CASH REQUIRED
Artificial Ice. Friday, t 16, at 3 p m........IROQUOIS,......-Thursday, 22, at 6 a m
\ The leading plants in our line of business Tuesday, 20, at 3 p m ......CHEROKEE,......Sunday, 25, at V am Until you hare tested and approved. Our !freight
: all over the country are getting into Fridav, 23, at 3 p m ......SEMINOLE.Thursda, 29, at 12 noon SHOW GASES. both style ways, price if or instrument quality fails Ours to the please ruk! ,yours ia either only ,Ito

: the manufacture of ammonia on a large Tuesday, 27, at3pm ......IROQUOIS,......Sunday, June 1, at 3 p m JQ3-Ask: for catalogue. )gave fair and full test, and bay if fully phased.

# scale for, use in refrigerating mac ines. Friday, 30at3pm......CHEROKEE,......Thursday, 5, at 6 a m TERRY M'F'G CO., NASHVILLE,TENN.

Every large consumer of ice needs sucha For Information Regarding Freight and Passage, apply to 40,000 Southern Homes ,

machine. to fall back on when no ice Jacksonville T. G. EGEB, Traffic Manager 5 Bowling Green New York; .Supplied by us since 1870 on this TEST TRIAL w'
J. A. LESLIE, Supt ; PLAN first
in the South by us. Fair ,
crop is made, even if it is not desired to JOHN L. HOWARD. F. F.A., Jacksonville. F. M/1ROXMOXGER. F. P. A.,Jacksonville. est method of sale possible,and a great benefit W 1
use artificial ice regularly. The eezingznachine South Wharves, Philadelphia 5. Bow. a o those a distance who cannot visit our wars-rooms
\V1\I:. P. CLYDE & CO.. General Agent, 12 ; '
has many advantages over the line Green, New York.
ice box. There are no slops; no heavy RISK SAVEDBy

lifting has to be done; the cold storage Egyptian Queen, Ripley, Black & White Antigua & other fancy Pine Slips & Suckers. this trial plan,and purchasers absolutely.

room is always kept at an even temperature Aunan's Improved: and Hoffman's Seedling, $4.00 per 1000. Order early. BUNIONS VVlTHOUf lured posvble perfect cost.instruments Selhnz only at the the best very instruments lowest

just below freezing point; the cakes Several Brands of FERTILIZERS specially adapted to our soil and climate. *Ato WARTS' made,that will stand the most sercre and

are of uniform thickness, and their INDIAN RIVER BRAND manufactured by an old firm, the Davidge Fertilizer Co. comprtben trial and'ire let tests them,we Iud do not solely fear on to send their them merits.oaten

weight is always known; and,in fact, the Send for Circular. Also Bone Meal, Cotton Seed Trees.Send Mapes and All we ask is the privilege of shipping on ap 1
refrigerating business is revolutionizedby David 's Fertilizers. A full line of Ornamental for catalogue.JOHN proval. No suit,BO pay. Our freights if we faj.

the artificial process. Moreover, the B. BEACH, Indian BiTer Nurseries, Melbourne, Fla. HOW'S YOUR FENCE ? EASY TO BUY

a.' ice is just as clear, pure and free from
bacteria as natural ice. During the next .4L a We have the CHEAPEST and Best From us bf correspondence. No matter whether
FINESHOWOASES you fin either ten or a thousand miles
season the process will be the mainstay ;! Wire We ship to all Southern States. Oar system is a
II! Ropo Selvage
t of large consumers of _ice in St. Louis, ..::- perfect. Prices ta plain print and alike to alt

II- and maybe extensively resorted to for ,- -.A..rr :I.IO"\.VES't' JeCES-: e-J Discounts One price from omly. makers No nore.prices., BO ksa.All competition Larks
sale natural ice : met. Complete outfits free. AQ
to small .consumers, as JreieM
and Cedar o
Also Wall Prescription cases paid. Easy installments. Every inducement that
will necessarily be very dear.Interviewin Chests, Barber Furniture,Jewelry Trays any fair dealing house can offer.
St. Louis Globe-Democrat. kinds. Complete and 13R
and Banks. CataCg ieeffreeeorAddress ATLANTA SHOW CASEtCO.rAttanta, Ga. Wrlto for Valuable Information.

The hydrocarbon process of treating Catalogues, Circulars, Special

Iron so that it will not corrode is said to Fall, Offer -l889. Copy of new

.cost less than one-half of .that of galvanizing A. M. Hamilton & Co., PIONEER COOPERAGESyrup Paper-"Sharps and Flats"-

,while the durability,under similar 60 DiCRD BIOS AT 60 CUTS rEa 1tOD. ALL FREE. ..AddraILUDDEN'
conditions is considerably extended.The TITDSVILLE, FLORIDA, Barrels $2.25. Lawn. Garden.Poultry and Stock Fencing,all
4res and widths.Gates tomatch- Price slow.Sold
Dealers Gauged to order ten cents extra. 7 dealer. Frelarbt Paid. Send for circulars.u BATES
Wholesale '
Muirun WOIKJ WIKX mot t-v. (111"100. iLl.
Tailor gaeed.r' c'.8.-Al1-fI&ee1 LAW1'i e..4 CZ1IETICY Fee.. ,

Aunt-I'm glad to hear such good news Wheelwrighting and Repairing.
f Indian River Oysters NOTICE MUSIC HOUSE
4 from Thomas. I think he is a promising C. O. B. ,

young man.UncleYes. I. hereby given that six months after SAVANNAH
+ ,I think co,too,and Shears Honey barrels and Oval Water Breakersfrom the first publication of ,this notice I will i .. ,
.. ...
the tailor, agrees with me.-Boston Her- FISH $2.00 up. present my final accounts and apply tothe

tld / Tanksand County Judge of Dade County for MY SON
my final discharge as administrator of
That Was TThjr. Green Turtle and Game.All all kinds of COOPER WORK:Co order the estate of August Bars, late of Dade "Deal with the mewwho -.dnr. ... Vow

Mrs. Cumso- John, why did you cay County, Florida, deceased. will never lose by it."-Cut. FCAJUCLIK.

"Bator to that poor tramp when he orders will receive prompt and careful attention T. J01IXSOLaG \,, -, HECTBICH HAGS, 47 Write L. &&S. U.H.about it.*-a

&ed for a meal? ,letter whether or telegraph, 17 range, : '. : Florida. S Administrator. ke'

Oomso-Isn't he a roadentf

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; Amid the North's INDIAN white RIVERA snows I S dreamed f. California DECEMBER and"Florida WEATHERIn Compared.In .ROYA Trunks Valises & 0 Hand

Of wondrous beauties. -all around they the following table the first column ,

seemed; ,,,..wucsues .
contains the summary for the month of -
And lo! lawak in the land where grows r
December, 1889, as taken by the Signal
Things of beauty ne'er touched by snows,
Riverside in Southern
Corps Observer at .o .
and wreathed in Bags
But decked merry sun-
that of
California. :Fhe second column

shine ever; our Island Home, in Brevard County, e
Aye,here,on ourfamed blue Indian,River. Florida, from observations taken for the ? .

w Perennial foliage! flowers of radiant hue, Signal Corps of the United States Army: 25 Per Gent: Below" the B.egu.1ars,

And birds and butterflies-these red, Riverside. I.Home AT
\ .
those blue- Highest barometer......-.....30.23 30.28 AK1f4G

Ever flitting through our many leap Lowest .............29.76 30.17 THE PEOPLES CASH BAZAARMacbelh's

r, bowers, Mean ........:....20.88 30.36

Adding to our pleasures from hour to Highest temperature........... 63.0 79.0 POWDER
hour, Lowest ........._ 32.0 52.0 Genuine "Pearl Top" Lamp Chimneys 8;.

Gracing this favored spot of earth forever, Mean ..........51.6 64.3 Absolutely Pure.A .

The}land where flows our fair blue In- Total rainfall in inches........ 6.87 0.00 cream of tartar baking powder. Highest ALWAYS IN STOCK. .,
of all in leavening strength.-U. S.
dian River. No. of days on which it

rained......... .................. 19 00 Government Report, Aug. 17, 1889. GEORGE M. ROBBINS, WALTER s. GRAHAM;
Far-famed river! bordering on the sea- Atty.-at-Law. Atty.-at-Law.
No. of cloudy days............. 21 2
In a heart thou boldest T. D. GIBBENS B.OBBINS c3ESTA.TE G-B.AaA: Ia
many. 8way- fair ............. 5 6 ,
Whose current ever flowing backward to
clear ............. 5 23 REAL DEALERS,
and fro, Direction of the wind.........West N..W. MANUFACTURERS' AGENT, ALL KINDS OF PROPERTY BOUGHT, SOLD *V EXCHANGED.
Moved by gentle zephyrs-now fast, now
slow, Relative] humidity.............- 90.28 JACKSONVILLE, FLA., Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Co.,
P. O. Box 250
On whose bosom is the white FOR THE YEAR. ,
ever seen Carries in Stock and Sells at Manufacturers -

\v itigs, Highest temperature...........107.0 92.0 Prices, TITUSVILLE, BREVARD CO., FLORIDA.We .

Our Indian River, of thee may bard and Lowest ..........27.0 37.5 Buy and Sell all kinds of Real Estate and are sole Agents for a large list o I

poet sing. Mean ..........62.0 64.3 Lard, Canned Meats, Flour, carefully-selected Properties in all parts of Brevard County.
RELIABLE Information furnished as to character, location and value of any Property -
How "oft in the stilly night" thy mystic This table will bear studying, particu- GRITS AND ..MEAL.Correspondence on Indian River. '
charms unfoldOf larly by the invalids of the nation. Sun Our facilities for the transaction of a general Real Estate business are unequalled,
shine is the invalid's paradise, hence Solicited.Brevard and every effort will be made to give perfect satisfaction to intending Purchasers who
phosphorus:rested waves-lovely to may favor us with their patronage.No .
behold ; .f California is often represented as "the Properties listed unless the Title is Perfect.

Where the finny tribes rejoice and sport land of perpetual sunshine." But here Co. Special attention given to Colonies and Syndicates desiring large bodies of low- ,
are 21 cloudy days for California and priced lands. Write for Descriptive Pamphlet. t.
two for Florida. Invalids too
Among the jelly-fish in.glorious halos only STATE BANK GEORGE M. ROBBINS, President. WALTER S. GRAHAM. Secretary.
want dry weather, but here are 19 rainy
gay. 33rGTT trcL .Tostraot of Title Oo.,
days in California to none in Florida.
Ah I it is here our sportsmen find the fun. COCOA, FLORIDA.INCORPORATED Incorporated A. D. 1889.
And rain upon a heavy soil like that of
Ho I for Indian River, red rag and the
California is quite different from our 1889.CJIITJL CAPITAL STOCK, $5OOO ; FULLY PAID ; RON-ASSESSABLE.

gun. sandy soil, where it soon disappears.The Charges for Abstracts as follows: $3.00 for Opening Number and 60c. for each ad-

Afar in the azure distance is seen the following from the Riverside, Pressof : dditional Transfer. For continuing an Abstract the charges are the same,viz.,$3.00
Subscribed, $23OOO; Authorized, for the first additional and 50c. for each succeeding transfer.
inky column December 21st and 28th will give em- $100,000.ACCOUNTS .
Taxes Paid for Xoii-Resltlcntg.
Wafted by gentle breeze from funnel in phasis to this fact: "Nearly all the fruit
SOLICITED ] For a Small Fee we will relieve non-resident land owners of the worry and
vast volume. packers here have large orders for River-
Money to Loan at Lowest Rates annoyance incident to the Payment of Taxes, and Insure them against loss by Tax
And. o'er the placid waters the steamers side fruit for the holidays, but are unableto Sale. 12

swiftly glide. get into the orchards to pick any to DIRECTORS: Box 250, Titusville, Fla..

How'welcome are their coming, the joys fill the same." ALBERT TAYLOR, President.

they bring betide. 'The Pomona people are talking of JAMES HOLMES, VicePresident.R. /
Of who all know whereto shoes in B. HOLMES, Cashier. GARDNER & SONCall
parted friends, using snow gathering oranges, to J. M. Sanders. J. F. 'V ooten.
find keep from sinking in the mud."

Our Indian River and her unfailing clime. "Did you say 'dust?' No, there is none Your Attention to their Fine, NEW
How quiet were thy waters in days of old ;I STOO3SL O3 CSrOOiDJS
"Dear-bought and far.fetched" are the ,
When paddle dips made by dusky .
were Titusvllle Florida.
only reasons I can think why anyone ,
braves untold; should California Consisting of Dry Goods, Notions, Tailor-Made Clothing,from the largest j
prefer a to a Florida Incorporated under Laws State of Florida.
and Celebrated Manufacturers in New York. An
But now o'er thy bosom stately.St Lucie most Elegantand
winter.In Authorized Capital, $100,000, Complete Line of Men's Furnishings. A Complete .
glides. addition to the above here are simi-
Pride of our hearts; what joy on.thee to Paid-up Capital, $25,000.A .
ride. lar items from the Monthly Weather GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRAN- Assortment of Men's, Ladies & Children's Shoes,
Review for December, 1889, for Los An-
All praise is due thine owners for push geles. California, and Titusville, Florida. SACTED. From the finest to good. knockabout every-day goods, made by the best and most
JAMEs President
and enterprise celebrated factories in this country. ,
Both of these are "regular" signal service W. B. BARNETT, Vice-President, :

And Indian.lies.River's. fame in them now stations: "'M. M. BROWN, Cashier. A1so a in.e Of Trun3% FI, Sa"tohe1s, 1 1Eltc.

greatly Los Titus- Directors: James Pritchard, W. B. Bar- : .. 22to. j

We see trees bud; and clad in tawny rind Angeles ville. nett W. ,M.J. H.Brown.Durkee, \V. S. Graham, and You are cordially invited to Call at our Store in the new Bank Building and '!

Behold the orange swayipg in the wind; Mean barometer..30.05 30.26 Inspect these Goods.

Wreaths of the blushing bride's chaste Highest temperature........... 68.0 78.0 Every favor Consistent with ConsemtiyeCorrespondents -

flowerIn Lowest ..........40.0 48.0 Banking eltelde E. I a. BR..A.DYGroceries ,

B Mean ..........54.8 63.7
fashion for her dower.
plenty can we 1 : Seaboard Nat'l Bank,of Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer
Total rainfall for the month..15.80 0.03
Full of Mother Earth's rich .
many fruits New York; Nat'l Bank of Jacksonville. ,
No. of days with rainfall..... 20 2
treasure I call the attention of the People of Indian River
Are growing here without a stint or No. of clear days................ 8 20 JACKSONVILLE MARBLE CO. Fancy to my Stock of Staple and

.' No. of fair days.................. 11 11 ,
measure.In Groceries Fruit and Food ProductsOf
No.of cloudy days.............. 12 00 Dealers ftiMonuments ,

eighty-nine were laid the nuptial While it is true that the rainfall of all kinds. Also my Stock of :

bands ,4 California is much above the average, the g? Headstone, Grain Hay Bran Cotton Seed Meal Ground Foodi Wheat.I .
Joining Lake Worth to Indian River ,
fact remains that their
yet rainy seasonis =53 Iron Fencing,
they unrivalled stand always in the winter and their soil of O TOSS am the only House on Indian River dealing exclusively in the above'Line of J

For beauty, charm and climate over all such a nature that rain always means t 5 2 Lawn Furniture Goods. I buy closet and will sell closeI invite your correspondence and solicit 1'
the'lAnd. > Marble, your patronage. Very truly,
mud. JAS. H. WHITE. 2 E. L. BRADY'
May our breeze-blown palms waye on 22 *: Granite, Slate, .
Island Home, Merritt's Island, April 22, ::s ;

every hand 1890.P. P a.. Onyx.; GOLDSMITH BEOS.
As emblems of"peace, good will towards be able
S.-I hope to to give Janu- o Building Stone,
men," and February weather on the same .: Wire Fencing, We are fairly well acquainted with the wants of our neighbors and having
So may our lives be prosperous and happy ary SS slate Mantel, enjoyed a good patronage from the beginning, we solicit the good will of our
the end.Melbourne plan. friends in a continuance of the same. We shall always keep a full Stock of
Iron Mantels.

Fla. J. ,V. NOTICE. Orates. Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats, Notions, Etc.t l-lAnd

APALACHICOLA, FLA., Feb. 17, '89. In Circuit Court for the 7th Judicial Cir- especially invite our friends to look at our Bargains in this line. We

Messrs. Lippman Bros., Savannah cuit of Florida, in. and for Brevard have now in Stock a particular line of UNDERWEAR for Ladies, which is
Dear Sirs: I will write to inform you county. worth Seeing and Buying. "-
that I was afflicted with blood disease. I John W. Curtis ) We only deal in .
tried one bottle of S. S.S. and it gave vs. > Bill for Divorce. IFirst-Olctss: Goods,

me relief. I was in bed seven months.I Susan W. Curtis.It J Bought in first-class manner, and guarantee price as well as quality.
tried prominent physicians and they appearing by complainant's bill in
could not do me any good. I saw your ,
the above stated cause, which said bill
advertisement of P. p. p. in the Apalachicola And all kinds of Tiling, Hearths, Wire Mats, and 'j
Times, and thought I would try it. I is sworn to by complainant, that the defendant in fact anything made of Wire,Iron,or any kind of A. FRO SCHER '.
Susan W. Curtis, is a non-resi- Stone FOR SALE ,
The bottle I got tonight makes seven or dent of the State of Florida, and that Semi for Catalogue at the same time stating the TrrUSVILIiE, PLOBIDJL
and how I feel-I of goods in need of. have different
eight, oh good have style yon are as we -
the residence of said defendant is unknown Catalogues in the different branches of on Keeps a full supply of metallic and wooden
been since and business
up ever at my .
26 The
and that said defendant is over business Bagger Grove
Lumber Inspector. You may publish twentv-one years of age. 25 Laura Street, Jacksonville, Flu.HODGSON Coffins Cases and Caskets.
this if you desire. I have informed my ,
It hereby ordered that the sa'ic
friends that P. P. P. is life, health and Susan is W. Curtis be required to answeror Merritt's Island, Indian River, Funerals attended U desired. AH order

strength. M. P. BOLTOJT. demur to the bill in said cause oh or BROS Adjoining Dr. Wittfeld's on the South. promptly executed and at reasonable rates.

HAVE YOU CORNS ON YOUR before the second day of June, A.- D. Consists of 400 Orange Trees, mostly Embalming done.
FEET t Then be happy for a relief from 1890, or the same will be taken as con- in bearing, besides Limes, Guavas and
misery is at hand; Abbott's East fessed, and this be ordered publishedonce Bananas, and about 8 Acres of unclear- ST. LUCIE HOUSE
Corn Paint is the cure. a week for four weeks in The Flor-- ed Land.
ida Star, a newspaper published in said General Merchants! Beautiful situation,overlooking the In- Opposite Indian* River Inlet,
Many Persons county. Witness A. A. Stewart, Clerkof dian and Banana River. ST. LUCIE, FLORIDA.
Joe broken down from overwork or household
said County and the seal of said
area Brown's Iron Bitters For terms and other particulars ad- Unrivalled
Court at the Court-House, Titusville, dress- Hunting, Fish-
rebuild of the and system,aids malaria.digestion Get the tenures genuine.ex* Florida, this 25th day of April, 1890.L. ing Boating Etc.
-Ia cess! bile cores [ S.] A. A. STEWART, Eau G-allie, Florida. Dr. IVittfeld, Georgiana, Fla.; ,

LADIES Clerk of Said Court. Or, F. H. GOULD, 15 Roseville ave., First-Class Accommodations. Opened -
Keeomg ft tonic,or children thai want bonding I from January 1st to May 31st.
.M up.should tAke D. L. Gaulden, Complainant's Solicitor. Newark, N. J.
It Is pleasant to take,cores.Malaria,Indlgcs- INDIAN RIVER. MORTON
Won,and Biliousness. :All dealers keep luPine GEORGE

Slips. YEE LEE, Civil Engineer & Notary Public, NAUMAN'SNEWSPAPPR :

-R Parties" desiring pineapple slips, bananas Chinese Laundry Steam, or Sail Boats for Charter by the MORTONHUR8T, HEATH, FLA. SUBSCRIPTION' AGENCY

or any tropical fruit trees should Surveying and Leveling, Architectural THE PIONEER AGENCY. "

__ correspond with .. Main Street,. Drawing, Township Section Maps. For terms and sample copies addressCHA8HNAUMAN

62tf. ., Roy McFADDEjr Melbourne, Fla. TITUSYILLE.. FLORIDA. Day Week or Month Deeds on hand., Mortgages,etc.. j Blanks constantly Titusville P. 0.. Breyard county Fla., ,

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