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Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: August 30, 1888
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
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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).
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VOL. IX. TITUSVILLE, FLA., THURSDAY, AUG. 30, 1888. NO. 19.

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;- Club goes for "Demo- A
fleeing Correction.ROCK .
lUre J. W. Davidson
crat." Replies to We Cannot Hold Our Peace. Micco.
LEDGE, FLA. August 27th 1888. Democrat.
,
LAxz WORTH, DADE Co., FLA., Editor Florida Star Editor. COCOA, BREVARD Co., FLA., :Mr. Williamson has received his bill

Aug. 22,1888.Editor Please : Florida Star: Aug. 27th, 1888. of sale for his pine-apples. The Porto
allow me space to correct a cer- In your issue of the 16th, Aug. Rico
you Editor the
of the Florida Star: brought handsome sum of $60
Florida Star tain
the :
of that .
report learn is
being circulated permit an
I anonymous person, signed MR. per hundred. Those that doubt the
DEAR SIR-The two columns of abuse which does me great injustice, to-wit: himself"Democrat" to publish amass of EDITOR-Please allow space in above
figures call
can on Mr. W. and inspect
io your issue of Aug. 16, signed "Demo- that I am giving W. S. Norwood my sol statements and opinions upon The Ewan your most valuable paper to say a wordin the -
genuine bill for themselves.
not be worth but idcrtr support for regard to the politics of this place.
would noticing Representative.The Question-whatever that be. His
M
may r. W. is
busy his
So far planting slips of the
the
as Republicans are concerned \
for the misrepresentations in them which report is absolutely false. purpose seems to be to write up :Mr. Ew- above variety after
ms1 mislead. Certainly James Wood As regards our representative I have an and to write down several other we met here on Saturday night, August his disposing of many to
persons. 25th when neighbors. Can Eden beat this ?
Butler Read price
Davidson, who fought through the war tried to occupy a neutral position from The fact that the article is aimedat was elected They were
shipped to New York.
in Stonewall Jackson's brigade the fact that the office has and chairman of the meeting and E. B.
u adjutant got to be fill me, through me at others, calls Stidum chosen
and took an active part in freeing ed by a Brevard County man. Mr. Nor for an answer from me. The object was of the secretary.meeting being stated inst.In the issue of the STAR of the 16th

South Carolina,his native State, from wood and air Gaulden, (the two candi 1st. The writer asserts that it was not to the vast multitude assembled, considerable your correspondent should have
rule need not because dates what I confusion was manifested said, in referring to Mrs. Latham's collection -
carpetbag worry prominently mentioned in connection proved against Ewan, but Ewan'svoting as
an unknown individual who misuses the with that office) are both my friends for Bloxham that unseated Ewan. actions we felt much aggrieved from the past: instead of sixty miles walking it
of the
chairman of Republican ought to have read
English language, vents his feeble spite and have been for many years, besides This assertion is reckless and untrue. executive committee, viz., in calling together days to the beach sixty consecutive

upon him and doubts his Democracy; nor there are others who aspire to the place The House Journal shows that Mr. Hall, the white Republicans of this and return, which

need the members of the Dade County who are also my friends. chairman of the election committee, Mr. county J at Melbourne, and electing dele amounts to the nice little tramp of one

Fleming Club-most of whom have livedyears It cannot be said that I ever was the Duncan of Hamilton, and Mr. Brown gates without to the district and State convention hundred and eighty miles. The turtle
notifying even a colored man of eggs were preserved in doctored
in the State from eight to twelve man that would use an influence to three members of committee-who voted the county of such meeting, and we, the from the alcohol

and have been identified with the growthdLake brea; down one friend at the expense of always for me were all Bloxham men. colored Republicans of Brevard county,, D. C. Bad Department for at Washington,

Worth region-suffer any anxiety another, and in this particular case "I This' proves the reckless falsehood of and especially this district, desire all in tingle-leg.

because they are called a "gang." It have no ax: to grind," it being well "Democrat's" statement; and at the same voters terested, and to understand that that we are legal 1 The pile-driver has put down some

would be well for the State if there were known by my friends, that I have no time vindicates Gov. Bloxham from and that our votes we are count also Republicans as strong as., good bumping sticks at )Ir. Nesbitt's

numerous gangs of the kind. The Fleming aspiration for office and expect nothing.I implied slander that he or his friends theirs so far as they go. Where we have wharf. Thirty of the smart raps from

Club claims that J. W. Ewan's political again,state that the accusation is not would stoop to such dirty work as this been wrongly dealt with, we have got the block sent a pile home in the hard-

record, is such that he is not a fit only false, but absurd. writer imputes to them. nerve and manhood to contend for recognition pan. The wharf was in need of the

man to nominate for the State senator- So far as I am concerned, every candidate 2nd. The writer asserts that I represented to be ignorant especially by those when of we our are thought leader, above as the wind from ,old ocean has:

ship on these grounds: First, that after i should stand on his own merits, a "monopoly"at Lake 'V orth. Thatis we must be recognized if we are looked two or three miles of a sweep here. Two -

the election in 1886 the sealed ballotbox I and such, I am pleased to state, is the too silly to need any answer. The upon as a part that make up the Republican different bumps from the steamer made

from Elliott's Key precinct, with 15 feeling of the Rock Ledge delegation, and fact is that the people of Lake Worth, party,however we abbreviate. Aft the wharf look as if it had been on a big
rotes in it, was delivered to him personally ter some discussion we organized a club drunk.
.and when opened by the County Can- such I think will be the feeling of the having been imposed upon by a politicalrin numbering about twenty-five, styled a, Although always wet it wills

rassing Board, was stuffed with 13 additional Democratic Convention, that is to assem for several years resolved to stop the the Harrison and Morton Club. We are now have to keep dry or straight.

votes. Secondly, that J. W. ble the 5th of September. The from i game. They are thoroughly honorableand pledged] to support those men at the When Mr. Williamson was getting out

Ewan was the beneficiary of the trimthe epees I will support. honest and their cause deserved the head of our ticket, to be voted for November muck the other day he noticed something ,
only man with the motive. Thirdly, next, leaving ourselves un
that he has evaded, by every quibble G. S. HARDEE. favor and support,of all honorable men.I pledged, so far as the county matter i is "bob up serenely" in the water near by. r

possible, the legal investigation of these was nominated and elected; but was concerned ; for,as we claim we have been Don't all say it was only a 'gator, be-

frauds instead of seeking it to clear his IVomfiiate the Right Men. counted out, in the same old Gleasonianway. wrongly treated, as true men of our party cause of such common things we area

reputation. To these charges"Democrat" Editor of the Florida Star: With a mass of testimony, collected in regard to our committee, we shall, i just out of stock. After Mr. W. had t
I answers "I do not know anything about future, be controlled by our own option.
them but The coming Democratic near Miami and Elliot's Key I We shall be ran to the house and then upstairs And
you are a gang. The Fleming convention on appeared heard, and we here announce
Club has endeavored to act with the Sept. 5th, holds in its hands the present as contestant before the House; I that with Butler Reed as president back again with his gun the "critter"was

I county organization, but has seen its representation wellfare of Brevard county and much of proved the frauds to the satisfaction of of our club, and E. B. Stidum as heading for Key West or an intermediate r
insulted and ejected when the House and secretary, we expect to swell the numberof point when a well aimed
its took bullet
o ,any move was made against Ewan. This future. Too many, who want to be : my seat, by a sticee P- our club to forty-five or fifty ere the ended his
icntenceof "Democrat's"card is decided leaders or candidates, will, no doubt, ingmajority : Yourwcll-informedreade rs day of business. I now submit. progress. On inspection it

f ly luminous, "They engaged persons to give trouble and perplex matters. The know the points proved, and we have not Yours for right, turned out a big fat otter, the skin of

r- mate statements, travel up and downthe outs that want to get in will decry those space today to recite them. B. S. E. which weighed four pounds in good fur.
, coast, and paid someone to sign As it was well doctored
3rd. The with
writer chemicals
who good
them" etc. But it is absolutely false now hold office-no matter how asserts that my representing -

whether the persons, the coast or the faithful, efficient and worthy such men a monopoly-whatever that may "Old Joe's" Ideas. prior to being landed in Uncle Sam's

statements were signed ; also the state are. There will be things raked up be-was procedby my first statements before FORT PIERCE, BREVARD Co., mail bags on their way to New York,

ment that the contest between Davidson against them for the occasion ; they the House when I said that my people August 18, 888. there is no danger of it carrying yellow

" and Ewan was voted upon as "fractional must be would spend sum of Editor of the Florida Star fever. Mr. Delaney bought it and sent
i fane" Does he gotten out to make room for any money I to :
mean greenbacks
r. stamps It was the opposition of t Le those who want to get in. It is reasonable secure my seat. That is transparentlyand ] SIR-Please give space in the STAR for it north to friends.In .

friends of the Hon. W. D. Bloxham that to suppose those who compose the doubly untrue. me to inform the people that wish for a letter from )ling Edward Russell

kept Mr. Davidson from getting his seat Convention are not there as officeseekers.Hence 4th. He asserts that the same thingwas my nomination as representative in the to Mrs. W. J. Nesbitt, are enquiries for
immediately but when he seated her son Ted, who is
,
J was supposed be still
to
>S> the majority in his favor was very large. it will be their most imperative proved, secondly, when I introduceda next Legislature, to say to them that I ; in Florida. If any of the readers of the

1 This sentence of "Democrat's" card will duty to make careful judgment as to the bill to form the county of Palmetto. have no idea of being the nominee from STAR know of his whereabouts and will

), tare to be translated by some expert in fitness of men. If we have really good That is both silly and untrue. the fact that I have not sought it ; drop Mrs. N. a postal, she woujd be glad

) ciphers, "And with duty toward the men now in office who have proved 5th. He asserts that the Legislaturegot neither do I expect to seek after it, to have the word in answering Mrs. R's.

) Democracy will guard against such ira themselves capable of trust and have rid of the bill on short notice, and though were I to be the nominee of the letter. If Ted will write Mrs. N. she
) ptors( that only try to mislead tp h Democratic party of Brevard Co. I will forward a few lines from his anxious'
,
) Bonest and principled class politicians..enot lent their aid or influence to encourage it went upon the table. That is another. should certainly be in favor of making a mother. Mrs. Russell and family left

i3 foe accusative and disappointed tone of lawlessness in our county or See House Journal, page 834. new county out of the southern portionof here about April for Port Natal, South

)1, "Democrat's" card leaves the impression county town, it will be the duty of the 6th. Heasserts that no sound Democratwould Brevard and all the western portion Africa, which place they reached safely
he has accepted a retainer from south of They found themselves in mid-winter
Lake View
Convention to slow in ever undertake to impose such as the citizens all ,
the defendant in the case of "Vox Popu- go setting such; a desire to be formed into a new with green fields, fruit in abundance,
IT: tmttt J. men aside for the sake of rotation in bill upon the people of "Indian River county and
W. Ewan, and is disgusted; seat at Fort Pierce, on Indian River. a great many other luxuries. They
;. his with} the poor prospects he has of getting' office or give to the outs a chance to getin. Jupiter Narrows and country joining." This would place this part of the country write that the oranges are very like those

client off. "Democrat" had better New men, untried men, and therefore This assertion proves his utter ignoranceof in a much better condition ; it would grown in Florida, and that guavas grow
a grammar and dictionary of tigush ie the bill which establish law and order more thoroughly wild. Boa-constrictors and baboons are
far was, in its essential
so as efficiency unknown
tJo< goes, the favorite
language and study them dili- than it is would build pets. The blacks work for
,, ; us a good
" E uy] before to the people of our the features, just the same as the other bills up ten
cte: writes any more cards. county, are not market ; it would develop this western shillings {$2.50) per month with
would, also, be a good plan for him to candidates that should be named by the creating new counties, passed at that s ps- portion more thoroughly ; would bring about three pints of corn per day and

-.', **n di something! of the subject on which coming Convention, simply because these sion. The bill proposed to make two our lands into notice, and help us in enough salt to season it. Their costume
lie
is
< 8COUrses. counties of Dade many ways. I see Messrs. Norwood and described as picturesque, being a piece
the
men want office. Let us have our band st ; new county to be of
1 t FLEMING CLUB DEMOCRAT. named Worth Gaulden both spoken of. All I ask is for bright cloth, six inches long, worn
to select
its
most reliable men, whether now in own county the County Convention to select the best where Adam wore the leaf; a short

'l A Voice from the office or out of office. If a change mustbe seat, and to organize regularly. That is men for the position. We expect to apron of animals skin where the bustle
Keys.ELLIOTT'S I
OB,: made to get rid of an inefficient man yet another.7th. send delegates or proxies over to the Convention ought to be, and topped off with a few

KEY, DADE Co., FLA., let: the Convention give the people a man The writer's arraignment is an :insult uninstructed. I must say to my that rooster feathers in their wool. How is
for
.: friends that I a bathing suit here? Their
Aug. 20th 1888. am not a candidate for car
': Editor Florida Star of principle, of some moral standing as to the intelligence of the Legislatureof office;.neither do .I desire an office.any: I riage is said to be as dignified as a lord's.Jupiter .

Dnlt SIR : well as a man in other respects capableof 1887 as a body. But the members of nave been elected twice on the School 1

;" : }Ou valuable-We see by the columns of filling the office he seeks or the people that body are, no doubt, quite able to Board of Brevard county, and I have Items.

.' pot m Dade journal that the political seeks for him. A good, faithful, efficient take care of themselves.8th. never received any appointment from All the telegraphic dispatches receivedvia

-.' '. IUds wd foam is boiling that falls over and the dirty man-one who has been tried and can The arraignment is also and spe- ,' Major pointment Russett is accumulating yet. I suppose into one my long ap- Jacksonville, are fumigated by being

$ to be a certain over club the of Lake sidesf' be trusted-will command the respect of cially an insult to the negroes of the II' appointment when it gets here. I reckon rubbed with one of Col. O'Brien's soiled

.. >TL ,assuming the name of Fleming. his party and the confidence of the i House ; not one of whom, however, at I will have to serve eight years. Well, socks. A disinfectant of yellow fever,

1.1 tlce!'=1 even had the gall to come upon people who will see that such is electedif i any time showed such pitiable ignoranceas I do not want the appointment any way. but how about cholera, Colonel?
ti! Key and propose that if we would named as their candidate. It is sincerely I "Democrat" has shown in his essay. It would take money out of the School
." !I them having the county seat locat- hoped the Convention will do its 9th. I do not deem it Fund to pay me for going over to Titus- Mr. D.A. Allen, received a new pair of
to
:' onA u t.1e'Vorth, they would supportUmOUr duty in selecting suitable candidates for necessary ville, just to talk a little for the schools. shoes, by the last mail,and went to Lake
M;: men for the fall Then mention any further points; but I have Over on the west side we hope our Superintendent Worth
> of> the Assembly, which campaign. too, men who to Sunday School, the 26th,should
was in written the above because I felt it due will do that for us. So,
-;' tr respectfully declined. We care to represent us the :State:; Legislature he return the pants he borrowed of BobWalker
want-Dot "? anxIOUS to represent the ought to be carefully selected, as to the voters of Dade, including myself, Mr. Editor, you can see what we are
the Legislature should striking at. We want more room for offices Bob. intends going bathing this
B y-JJ1,0 as to sell our good men represent our county in who were maligned and misrepresented
raS to such an insignificant Tallahassee the coming winter. There is ; if we could get our proposed new evening, with a party.A .
orKSn. -
i due to the people of Brevard who
.u Ii the so-called Fleming Club very important work to be done to bringour not county. We could have office for every card
that, too for the of State into a condition under knowing all the facts, might be misled voter in it. You fellows up at Titus party at Capt. Armour's, the

j fieCoartrhouse from purpose Miami to remov-Lake our new constitution.roper The civil prohibi- by such confidently-asserted misstate- ville had better help us down here to night of the 25th. By standing on a

. I over one hundred miles from I torv laws, to be shaped to work in ments; due to Gov. Bloxham and his make the new county, so that you can soap box near the well, could be seen

hti'.Key' pinSeighty miles further harmony with that constitution will require friends due to the keep the Melbourne News from harping among the guests, Col. O'Brien, Mr.John
trav many ; Legislature: on moving the Courthouse to that
st d, i3 men both capable and moral in place. II. Grant, Mr. Lichty :Miss Jane
Under
,
to club composed of principle. No mere demagogue should and even to the negroes in it ; and due You know how we people down here *
4'* be'aton s whose sole object persons appears un- be placed in nomination. The peopledo to truth and decency in general. would vote in case the Courtbousequestion bush and Miss Susan Millhopper.John .

)d dll1netncally opposed to the true not want such. We have both good 10th. In doingthis have not conceived was to come up. We would H. Grant, started for Titusville
p h p democracy. and capable men in the suitable certainly vote to our best interest, which
party to the 26th to doctor's
e that "Democrat" undergo a examina-
.. are there from wbomaselectioncan your was per se would be to place the Court-house as
us
represent ,
Democrats entitled to any great measure of tion prior to his admission into
con near to us as po&ible.Te are tired out the Life
: be made. There are those who have
having a County sideration and respect. If the man that of having to far to Saving Station. For
tlrefCommittee comprised of been tried and proved themselves effi fires abuse from behind go so get any businessattended anybody other than
re; Included precinct, Elliott's cient servants of the people and of the an receive the the considerationdue ambush of to. Now, Mr. Editor, I have'said a qualified physician to say John is unwell
anonyme all
that I
1re and also sub-committees party as well as those who have not been a coward, he has only himself to We are willing to want abide to by say the at this decision time or that his lungs or appetite is weak,
smze and Propose to stand there, from whom candidates can be thank. For all that would be
Jledrlng this writer has informed I of the Convention, though we would a base calumny.Our .
ourselves named. Those who
to that want to go for the
gupport he
no other. The so-called club fun of going, or the little honor there nian Democrat"us may of have the been kind a he"Joffe rso- like the candidates to declare themselves, inlet is closed. Will it remain so?
praises. We
n1y%Docrats sustain Fleming and no may be in the thing, or for the jollification That is, during the trying times of re- want If Mr.a new Norwood county man will to come representus. out No! Thespiritofourforefathersprpgnant

who are, or maybe, of being there, and care more for construction-while I was fighting scalawags with freedom and shall itself
justice assert
and
by plainly he is for in the -
1pb its the their beer ale wine of say us new
regular organization whisky or games
and
Jettl 11 Very evident what their 01>-, chance than for the welfare of the countyor lina-he carpetbaggers have been in South Caro county matter we will go for him in the the obstructing sands be removed,
may struggling for Convention.
IQ*edul a tbhe Democratic be State, are not the men the peoplewant ] Our county ticket is : A. and the untrammeled waters of the Gulf
party and Gleason
? power, place, pelf,as Hicks, A. Stewart for clerk,Jas/E. Bowman for
der nett inELLIOTT'S No- nominated by their delegates. It Ewan, Varnum, and other "JeffersonianDemocrats" sheriff W. R. Stream and Jupiter river shall kiss with
from President Sanders for E.T..
assessor,
w Y to constable is hoped our delegates will remember the in Dade *!* as much unction .
OUrs respectfully. good of the county. were doing, I I Hall for collector. The rest.we are willing as a slice of watermelon .
Respectfully, to leave and South
: to the a Carolina negro.
KEY. Vox Poi u. JAS. WOOD DAVIDSON. i I! Convention.OLD JOE. )MATTHEW ALEER.


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THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, AUG. 30, 1888.LOVERS' !

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EFwTlhout TVbMorObd,- 'The societ MALABAB 'CIGAR FACTORY. PIONEER COOPERAGE
THE[ LAST REM AN7.
QUARREL < has now,appointed special missionaires to
C. Starch Proprietor. Syrup Barrels $2.25.
M. ,
,
visit soldiers sailors, bakers, actors,
Vnll Grown Bison and Seven
I bare offended love to-night, Fifteen
you coachmen cabmen omnibusmen Havana and Domestic Gauged to order, ten cents
Never before havo you met me so. Calvt.. Corralled by Texan Cowboys. grooms, Manufacturer of fine extra.

Coldly withholding your glances bright. C. J. Jones, of Garden City, Kan., bet- and canal boatmen, and to look Cigars. Trade supplied with fine Wheelwrighting and Repairing
I after the spiritual needs of the Germans, hand made goods. Orders promptly filled.
Listen and bear me, my souTfe delight; known throughout the southwest asBuffalo"
ter
French, Italians, Swedes, Spaniards, Malabar Fla. 28 C. O. B.
Ah You still turn from me. Then I too .. Factory at ,
I have offended you love tonightLet Jones, who started with a Jews and Orientals, and, indeed, all for- .
barrels and Oval
party of seven_ last April to capture alive eigners resident in London. Twentyfive Honey Water Breaker*

Then me you my story could of never love Increase recite. my woe the only remaining herd of buffalo on the missionaries have exclusively been 5,000 Budded Trees For SaleAt from 32.00 up.

Coldly withholding your glances bright. plains of Texas, has successfully accomplished commissioned to visit coffee shops and Low Prices. Tanks .
haired public houses. From the summary of
his and the shaggy
Have treasured one, read aright?j purpose, and all kinds oi COOPER WORK to
L
Something my within me tells me so. captives are now made acquainted with the work of the society for the year it 60,000 in Nursery. orderT.

I have offended yon love to-night. civilization and the comforts of a well : appears that more than 3,000,000 calls JOIIXSOX,
have been made 4,500,000 tracts dis- Apply to W. H. SHARPE,
,
kept ranch a few miles from Garden LaGrange, : :
Florida.
Tell me wherein I have sinned In your sight, I City. In starting out to capture the animals tributed and 1,975 drunkards reclaimed. City Point, Fla.
Why do you chill me like winter's snow!
Coldly withholding your glances bright. I Mr. Jones calculated that he would -London Times. Opened for the Season.aA .

find about one hundred animals roaming F. GRAY.
DEPOSITORS.
Surely love Is too deep for slight. SAFETY FOR s who interested in
my over the plains between the north and : man his own
Take it and kiss me or bid me go
south forks of the Canadian river, but he All Loss. welfare will l>e pleaded to know thai
Coldly withholding your glances bright, Banks to lie Insured Against and Jeweller.Shop .
I have offended you love tonight.James found upon arrival there that the number Novel Financial Scheme. Watch Maker ANDREW GIBSONKeeps

Clarence Harvey in Home Joumai. had been greatly overestimated. There Early last winter the Depositors'Guar- at John M. Dixon'd Drug Store.Titusville Fla

were hardly two score all told, and these antee company of America was organ- ALL WORK WARRANTED. the finest oysters to tIC found faTItllS

Wholesale Trade in Fireworks. BO scattered that it was with the greatest ized under the laws of West Virginia anda *'HlC.N1 ,

Tho center of the wholesale trade in difficulty that he and his party of experienced charter was granted to tho corporation.

fireworks in New York city is about Park hunters corralled and saved The capital stock of the company is jSTA.TJM.A.ISr'SNEWSPAPER : : ,\. > SERVED STYLE TO SUIT PATRON

place. Here the progress of the art may from destruction the small herd. 5,000,000, divided into shares of $100 -

be noted; how it has risen from the hum- The story of the hunt and the manner each, and its object is to guarantee de- SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY Plain and Fancy Cake made to ort1ff.Raler's .

ble Chinese firecracker, still and alwaysthe of capturing them has been told from positors in national and &tate banks Bread teem
always on
staple of the trade, up through various I time to time by dispatches brought by against loss from any cause whatsoever. THE PIONEER ACEXCY.

grades of giant crackers, torpedoes, I the carrier pigeons sent with the party.A The incorporators and officers of the For terms and sample:: copies addressCHAS.H.NAUMAN Also a first-cLiM Barber shop attach .

Roman candles, pin wheels, flying ser- total of fifteen old buffaloes and seven company are among the most prominent Meals at all hours; from 5". in.to 11 p.m.

pents, rockets, fountains, geysers, mines, calves were secured and have been care- financiers of the country, who believe Parties tlesirnjr tn leave on morning mth

star showers saucissons, fire flowers and fully watched by Lee Howard and othersof that the new financial institution, while Haulover P. O., Brevard county, Fla. bouts antI backs will please-note---this.-

floating animals and monstrosities, up to the party, while awaiting the arrivalof it is an innovation in banking- affairs, "
the triumph of pyrotechnic ingenuityand the tame herd owned by Mr. Jones, will ultimately become one of the most AeVJS: THE SLOOP AGNES

extravagance-those great set pieces, which was used as the guide for the wild powerful and beneficent corporations for

representing cataracts, portraits, mot- animals in the trip north. Mr. Jones the protection of both banks and depositors commanded byCAPTAIN

toes, allegorical personages, etc., from shipped from his ranch thirty-two domesticated in the world. DELMOflICO HOTEL JOHN McLKAN.
100 to 300 feet long, and from ten to buffaloes and upon arrivingat Mr. Scriba described in detail the objects Makes regular trips on Indian Him.;

fifty feet high, and costing each from the spot where the wild ones were of the new concern. "It was," he SHE CAltlilES A FL'LLSLTl'LY Or

$100 to $1,000, warranted to illuminatethe corralled the latter were turned loose said, "intended to absolutely insure the COCOA, INDIAN RIVER, FLA. GroceriesDry Goods

darkest night for miles around, daz- among the tame ones. They speedily solvency of state and national banks by Newly Furnished Booms,Good Table. Canned Goods! ,
zle the eyes of any number of beholdersand fraternized, and after a few days the forming a combination of banks for self

consume more money in five min- journey to Garden City was begun. The protection through this corporation. Asa Terms SS per Day.Special Hats, Boots and Shoes,

utes than any other contrivance knownto combined herd were driven by cowboysand measure of the guarantee principle,
Shoes in Prisfc all
Ladies' variety
man.-New York Tribune. dogs, as the common Texas steer is, $1,000,000 of the capital of the companywill rates by the week or month. great at low prices.;
and the whole lot safely ranched on Mr.: be deposited with the treasurer of new patterns

The World's Cotton Yield. Jones' place. the United States at Washington, and WM. JARVIS, Prop'r. Ready-made Clotliini, Toilet iris

Though known from prehistoric times, This ranch is on one of the finest graz- such amounts in bonds with the proper The Nearest Home to Steamboat Landing XOT1OXS.
the usa of cotton for cloth did not become ing sections in southwest Kansas, cover- officers of the 'various states as the laws

general until after the first successful ing 1,500 acres, well wooded and of such states may require. Already 5QFor the cash only!){

American cultivation of the fiber in 1790. watered, with abundant ranges on every 1,000 of the most prominent banks in the WM. H. SHARPE, 3Iuch15l6Sw--. -- - -
In 1791 tho world's yield was 490,000,000 side. The 200 head of cattle and sixty- United States have signified their inten-
pounds.and that of the United States one buffaloes on this ranch in winter and tion of becoming stockholders and having C. II. SCOTT

2,000.000 pounds. Since then the Ame- summer roam over the surrounding their deposits guaranteed by tho com I REAL ESTATE AGENT L.tSTEINIAIR1)ltESSINU

rican development of the industry has plains. This is where Mr. Jones and his pany. These banks have agreed to pay SALOON.If .

been stupendous the present production colleagues, for he will organize a stock the company one-fifth of 1 per cent an-

of the United States being six times as company for the breeding of his buffalo nually upon their gross deposits, which FOIl want a clean and gags shave,
you
great as that of the whole world a century cattle, intend to go into an enterprisethat give a yearly income over estimated expenses As clean as barber ever gave,

agoand its home consumption being equalto eventually will revolutionize the of about $500,000. CITY POINT.Lands Just call on me at my saloon,

the world's product fifty years ago. breeding of range cattle. The domestic In every banking center of the com- At morning, eve, ur afternoon.I'll ;

It has been calculated that, with the appliances cow crosses with the buffalo bull admir- I pany there will bo a competent bank ex- sold on long time with interest, or cut and comb your hair with greet ;
of the ably and the product is a large, hardy aminer who will make thorough ex- .
of 1790, the manufacture a on the lease system, or for ca h.. To suit the contour of your leer;
world's cotton in 1326( would have occupied and superb meat giving. animal, requir- amination of a bank before a policy will To I'll give a gmnl I-1allJl't.t,
:you
about 50,000,000 people, while it ing comparatively little care living be issued to it, and the bank examinersof The art of which is known to fey.Mvscissor's .
would require :00,000,000 persons at the -almost entirely on the range, and the company will hav the right to Lands cleared and planted, and cared for I
rawr' knee :
present time.-Arkansaw TravoW.f strong encugh in the characteristicsof examine any bank included in the guarantee if desired ; by contract or otherwise. sharp, my awl elm, ;
is neat
the wild animal to withstandthe at any time during the year with- My shop a ways
veal Swi
And
I'm ,
The Dog Show In Paris. storms of winter. The domestic out any notification to its officers and di- Refer to E. M. Breese, Detroit, Mich.; everything and sure leae the .i lAnd
To suit the taste >
Paris dotes on dogs; consequently the cattle, when a blizzard comes, turn rectors. Upon the delivery of a guarantee Jno. C. Norwood, Titusville, Fla.; B. Wand i
dog show that is now held annually in their backs to it and soon become ex- the company will have an advertisement J. Strns,Tazewell Court House, Va.; now to all who patronize tat***!,

the Tuileries gardens has become one of hausted. The buffalo cross breeds face to run for a period of six months, and A. Becker, Montreal, Canada, for Just come along ami bring roar fried

the mot-t successful of all shows. The the storm and come out of it as well as inserted in the leading newspapers in the whom I have made groves.Important Ami I assure you I will tryMy BUT"HOFFMAN'S

ladies have taken it up with their char- ever. They need less attention, grow locality of the bank bearing the notifica-I very lx>t to satisfv.

acteristic ardor. The dogs have become fat and thrive on the ranges that the do- tion that all depositors in that bank are -- --- --

formidable rivals of artists, for their mestic cattle desert, and altogether pre- guaranteed against loss, and that in the to All The Stralbm' }

show has lately been a more fashionable sent a field of enterprise that offers largo event of the bank's insolvency all deposits For the San.

meeting place than the salon. The exhi- profit. The meat is firm and juicy, and will be paid in full by the company, Most large ol

bition has a perfume that does not sug- the average weight of the dressed carcassIs with interest The company will start The most important crop in South productive SEEDLING

gest extract of roses, but any odor may over 1,200 pounds. The price in any upon a sound financial basis and with the best quality andUnequalled
become a la mode. The best animals market is double that of the best ordinarybeef. abundant resources, for not a guarantee Florida is the Orange crop, and everyone
Market.
shown this year are the yard dogs and The hide of the cross breed is alsoa will be issued until the guarantee fundof should endeavor to secure a good for .'
sporting dogs, but these are not those valuable article. It is a thick, smooth $5,000,000 has been paid in in cash. I offer strong plants in large an4 amen !ua-

.' upon which the ladies expend their: skin, with the soft hair of the buffalo No bank will be guaranteed unless hold- variety of orange in planting a grove. tie CATLKY, at reasonable OC
admiration. It is only when they are in covering it evenly, and can be readily ing stock in the combination The charter To do this, and jet such fruit as have L.E1CS; all the finest It()IiWAItTUBES. t:'. In aged' utt.U b's*A[ j

the presence of a very diminutive beast sold for $50 each. calls for a lease of fifty years, with plant forty. J.1I3IONS varieties) LIMES of etc i
that could be carried in a muff that they Mr. Jones discovered near Winnipeg a power to extend." taken premiums at many of our State Address** i
_.. I
break forth into rapture and use such ex- similar ranch, owned :by S. L. Bedson, In discussing the merits of the scheme' Fairs and at the New Orleans Exposition ARNOLD PUETt, I
pressions as "petite amourl" Many oft warden of the penitentiary, but it is not Mr. Scriba called attention to the fact J1erw.. t
these "little loves" are provided with being run on so large a scale. This ranch that there could be no such thing as a : buy your trees from C. B. Ma- Greenland, nua' County. .... I

soft cushions covered with satin, and is situated about sixty miles southeast run on a bank or a panic among a circleof gruder & Son, Rockledge, Fla. 20tf
their kennels are draped with Oriental from Winnipeg, and on a recent visit banks which are in such a combina-

stuff. The yard dog that watches them Mr. Jones found that the greatest success tion, for with the guarantee fund of SANTA LUCIA

from lib straw bed must have some was being had by Mr. Bedson in $5,000,000 behind them all demands Passenger Department.

queer thoughts on the theory of evolu cross breeding. He has no hesitation in could be promptly met. There was no Trop
Is located in that magnificent j
tion if he is a canine philosopher.-Cor. pronouncing the half and three-quarter way in which the company could lose DeBARY & PEOPLE'S LINESTEAJ.WEB.S. Forest that lies between the Ilreltwa a..

Boston Transcript. breed cattle the best in the world for anything by guaranteeing a bank's deposit St. Lucie Rivers, ami is laW oL k

range purposes. On the Bedson ranch even if it paid its losses. In case a : streets sixty feet wide into three XII

Reading for Boys and Girls. the buffalo cross cattle live entirely on bank were in temporary difficulty, he blocks, and smaller lots, which will tw

,'Our Young Folks' Reading Circle"is the prairie grasses, summer and winter, said, and needed a large stem of moneyto sold reasonably to actual settten. nM-

the name of a new organization pawing up the roots in winter and need- tide it over a crisis, the Guarantee region is winterless and frostles,3bA1 kin .

formed for the purpose of promoting ing no care. Mr. Bedpon is net making company would advance the needed the land of the cocoanut utd ply

good reading among boys and girls. much effort as yet to market his stock, money, taking as security sufficient of where all the Tropical Fruits ..rtt

." Among"its board of directors are WilliamH. and is getting only eighteen cents a the collateral assets of the bank to cover Address, with stamp,

Rideing, Mrs. livermore, Miss pound for such as he kills for market, I the loan, which should be returned to

Frances E. Willard, Professor J. W. but the hides bring him $50 each for the kink upon the loan's redemption. A W. H. BAKER ntloi d, Die ft,
,
Stearns, Dr Bascom. and the Rev. robes. He has only twenty-five head I million dollars in cash would be kept of Jacksonville J.;
City
Lyman Abbott. It has also a board of of the half breeds, but will have many I available to meet any such emergencythat FLOKIDA. --

counselors, who, with the board of di- more next year. Mr., Jones offered his might arise. Mr. Scriba believed CAPTAIN W. A. SHAW.

rectors, must pass on all books before rival in the business no less than $500 that the constant supervision over the THE MUSIC HOUSE OF FlflBBi.

they are approved. This is a capital idea, apiece for the twenty-five head, $12,500in banks exercised by the company's exam- Daily Jacksonville exceptS3tur(3).

and it is to be hoped that it will succeed. all but the offer was refused with a iners would almost entirely do away with

Now let an association be formed to tell laugh. Evidently Mr. Bedson knows he defalcations and by raising the standardof H. B. Plant,

j": grown up people what books to read and has a good thing. He even refused to bank employes save the thousands CAPT. I. C. HALL,
what books not to read. Many of them put a price on them. upon thousands of dollars now being an- A.. B. CAMPBELL

I need directions on this point as badly as On the Garden City ranch there will nually lost by compromising; with dishonest Daily from Sanford except Sunday.

the boys and girls.-New York Tribune. be placed one hundred head of Galloway officials.-New York Times. Jacksonville, Fla.I .
cows a sturdy breed, which, with the
ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
j Summer Studies in Humanity. buffalo cross, produce the new cattle, and With Men as with Trees.

Omaha Miss (at a summer resort)- the day is not far distant when the epicures It is with men as with trees: if you Sch Clinic-May 29, 1887.
in all American cities will be able off their finest branches into which
What a lot of wedding parties there are lop e'3
; here! to indulge in the luxury of a table meat they were pouring then young life juice, 1IOt1TB.Leave. LCrDIlfGL ArriTe.lOaTH. will Sell and Deliver at year neb

Experienced Dame-I thought so at that combines the nutritive qualities of a the wounds will be healed over by some 3:30 pm Jacksonville 8:30 am station First-Class
buffalo steak with the firmness and 7:00 pm- Toeal Leave.
oj. first, but I see now that I was mistaken. juicy rough boss, some odd excrescence, and UOO pmPaath 12:30 a m
Most of the couples are only engaged. tenderness of the best stall fed ox. what might have been a grand tree expanding 9 20 pmRolleston 11:10 pm PIANOS
I While in the north Mr. Jones heard 1:00 Welab 10:10
4 Omaha Miss-Why, how can you tell into liberal shade is but a whim- pm- p m
12:00 d t. Georgetown 9:10
< few miles of Emerson Mani- m pm
that a out trunk. irritat- .
sical misshapen Many an
; the difference so quickly? 12:25 am Volus 1:15 p m OR
: Experienced Dame Where a couple toba, there were some moose deer and he ing fault, many an unlovely cddity, has :2:30.m Astor 1:10 p m
.. at once made arrangements to try and 4:45 amDeLand Landing 6.00 P m
which has
of hard
sorrow
are. engaged,. dear, the gentleman come a OH.GAJSTSTOR
: my 5:30 am- Blue Spring -1:15 p m
capture a young one to add to his stockof crushed and maimed the nature just
Arrive.
looks after the comfort of the lady; when I
its
wild animals, and in his endeavor he when it was expanding into plenteous 8:00 a m Enterprise 2.10 p m 1
they are married the lady looks after other:. l
L.8 MOSEY than any W't
9:00 Wbart
a m Sanford City 1:30 m
was entirely successful, bringing back and the trivial life whichwe p ::::
the comfort of the gentleean.-Omaha beauty; erring 19:30&m Sanford, So F. R. R. lU p m United States. I always gn5t1e
with him a male moose calf about six be I Rill ahip a > !r
; '. World. visit with our harsh blame, may be as repnltnttd. and t
'" weeks old which be will place on the but as the unsteady motion of a man COSUKCTIOXS Tocol with St. John Railroad; any honest maD or womaD.freight CD"- 1 pi
CFY Garden ranch. Times. at Palatka with Florida Southern Railway;at Bolles. satisfactory, I will pry bOIli ...,
City --Chicago limb is withered. ,
whose best -George month .. "
m
Pickles Sour and Sweet. ton with St. John's and Halifax River Railroad; cash and 110a one till for-.
Eliot. at Astor with St Johns and Lake Eustii SS a month on an verylt
i J An observant gentleman tells The Railway; rf'ct. OD three .-I
at DeLand Landing with DeLand and St. John more thaordinary meat.
Groceryman of this city, that the northern Work Among the London Poor. What Paris People Drink. Railroad; at Blue Spring with B. a, O.C. and A. terms anyone can owe containlU a testis fnff UU'Sheet w jr
I; girls eat sour pickles as though they The number of London city mission- Railway; at Enterprise with A. C., St. J. & I. B. FREE CATALOGUE,Vlcto. aD. fi
During the past year the followingdead Railroad, for Titnrville; at Sanford with trains of Music Strings 31---
,I* loved them, while a southern belle ref aries is now 483, and every missionaryvisits cordeona, and In fact, enr1 t -f1III4
Railroad
8. F. for with the
animals were fished out of the Seine the Tampa; at Tampa loW his' :: :
f quired them made into sweet pickles, once a month about 650 families, steamer MAKQARET of the Plant Steamship Line, that U made and at very 20.801 P1' : ,,
the walls 2,021 977 I have r
within city : dogs, 01
and will not eat tho tiny, sharp little or 2,900 Their work is to pioneer for Points on Tampa Bay and Manatee River; also plete Catalogue c ri. 6C'O' ties
persons. 10 Cfnu! per fit
rlu.le at
chickens and ducks
cats, 2,257 rats, 507 with the Plant Steamship Line steamship
:
pickles our northerners so like. -Sweets a path among the most wretchedand OLIVETTE and MASCOTTE for Key West and Music at 10 rents per copJ. 1,000ailO 'at.pi
3,066 kilos of butchers'refuse, 210 rab- )( IIc
Instrumental
I' to the sweet," however, is the motto of debased of our fellow creatures, in Havana every Monday and Thursday, arriving It Vocal andCatalogue. of sheet 1D1IaJo pc psg tlto
bits bares 10 sheep 2 colts 71 pigs, pine Oo
or Key West Tuesday and Friday and Havana Wednesday :ents. Any
both; for The Record will wager a sour which the pastor may in due time fol SO cent below pub1i.ahera eta Seat
49 and turkeys, 10 calves and and Saturday. Returning leaves Hanna per aUt. 1 "
/ ball to a kiss verse that the girls in Dixie low. Among the special duties of these geese 3 monkeys, 1 snake 2 squirrels:, every Wednesday and Saturday. piece.each. Ihpd ID ic I ,
goats, J
weiras do the that attend the deathbedof ''s'yt
a love caramels as girls missionaries are to birds C.HALE, Jack-oni1k.
\ 3 porcupines 1 609 assorted ,
., S bloom with the roses on the northern those who are dying uncared for, to parrot, and 3 General Passenger Agent,DeBary. Line, A. B. Campbell, No JI
3 fox \lS0 partridges,
Ii. \ side of Mason and Dixon's line.-Philadelphia -' distribute tracts, to see that the children hedgehogs, 8 peacocks pigeons and 1 seal.-Medical W.:,t. DAVIDSON Mention( thin F:aper.1 11

Record. attend a school andto_ see that'no family! Record. Oenera1iramcAgent, People's Line.
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j: THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, AUG. 30, 1888. ." 3 .




! they were now found the tariff and he is compelled to*pay a I that nm",. Do you know what tT V-..,ilway O. J. :IBCIEOTOIFL: ,

: thousands and hun higher price than he otherwise would, so cltL-t which torments yoa t>o ;+ ,. AM
of people of the United that, so far as he is concerned there can be t'O:1 of Under .,
a good glass it w :ion
to good use and im no pretense whatsoever that the tariff is anything IH Hardware and
ttj of
?
composed
: a large proportion: (Itftucnts
[Applause.] but
an unmitigated justice to him.
of iron of .4.irut
if you will reflect for a He baa nothing to sell which he is benefitted a uiagiicoc
t4T. looking like old nails! ; of fa=<\l 1 :..rticJes -
11
that it is he labor that
kindof
necessarily by; performs no by any
are paid by the con- argument can be said to be benefitted by of burned iron like clinkers cor- General Produce

i which are taxed, and of It. He sells it at a fixed price by a foreign ered with spikes and daggers with long

of a like kind which market, because be can't sell for any other ttils; lice, of glass and c
the United States. It price and upon everything that he consumes bits of metal.-Pioneer Press. MERCHANT.

one of the worst things upon everything that he purchases for his

that while the govern consumption, he has to pay an increased A Home Indorsement.Mr. Melbourne Florida

from the tax, do- price and ia thereby injured. N. H. Frohlichstein, of Mobile,

get $5, as it is best "Now, I do think that our Abolition Ala., writes : "I take great pleasure in A. M. Hamilton & Co.

: goes into the treasury friends especially, ought t
their most serious consideration. They say ery for Consumption, having used it for TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA,
A man called aa that they freed the negro from slavery. I severe attack of bronchitis and catarrh.

I into the United States am willing to grant them all they claim in It gave me instant relief and entirely Wholesale Dealers in

; sell a yard or a pound that regard although there might be some cured me and I have not been afflicted

tariff tax. merchant thing said about who did it. Perhapstwo since. I also beg to state that I have Indian River Oysters
millions of Democratic soldiers in the
sells it to the ,
tried other remedies with no good result.
this tax back in had something to do with it. [Applause
price army -
Have also used Electric Bitters and Dr.King's FISH
would lose his .]
money. A historical review of the tariff taken New Life Pills, both of which I
was
up at eoce. There- ,
on the original cost of showing that under a low tariff the value of can recommend." Green Turtle and Game.All .

& price added with the farm lands from 1850 to 1860, increased 103 Dr. King's New Discovery for <: on-

and his reasonable per cent.; from 1&60 to 1870, under high protective sumption, coughs and colds is sold on ,apositive orders tention will,receive whether prompt and careful, at-
by telegraph
he sells the goods to the policy, the value of the farm landsin guarantee. Trial bottles free at letter or person. 17

sells to the retail the country increased but 40 per cent; all drug stores in Titusville and on Indian -

this tax which en- and from 1870 to 1880, under the highest River.

continues in the price, tariff we ever had, the increase was but 6 Geo. E. Chase,

profit of the merchant. per cent. In Michigan for the periods For Nervousness and
Dyspepsia usPerry's
: sells to you, and of named the increase had been 211, 148 and Liver Pills. ,

: t in this price for other. 1251-3 per cent, respectively. A similar Chandler

for less than he gave for showing was made in regard to agricultural For Chills and Fever take Lippman's Ship

& would consent to do implements. Py raf nge. ,

tax is in, when the Crimea and Casualties.The .
sold to you, and in the Boat and Vessle Supplies, all kinds
body of William eo ,rove was found
A Rector of Grace Church.
retail merchant yeu also Patent Anchors, Chains, Blocks,
near Taylorville, 111., with indications of
tariff tax, the impor foul play. DEAR SIR-In 1861 I broke out with an Canvass, Galvanized Wire

ll le merchant's profits August Blettner was fatally stabbed by attack of Poison Oak. Whether or not it Hope, all sizes, Tents,

its profits, beside the Frank Walz in a quarrel at a dance at) eame back on me during the next three or Paints Spruce Ladders 1-2,
Copper gal's, gal's, qts.
Pitteburg, Pa. four years I do not remember, but from Spar Varnish gal's 1-2 gal's
; ,qts,pts.
and two are four. If As of 1865; to 1835 I suffered most severely from
a party picknlckers were returning Oils and Leads, all kinds.F. .
and a boy of tea years from Lake Forest to Chicago, a q carrel eo- repeated attacts of this eruption. The use W. DEVOK CO'S BEADY MIXED PAINTS J
that alter ten minutes' curred in which two men named Dugganand of some external remedies a relief-
gave
In fact anything for Building or Sailing boat,. i j
him up as hopelessly stabbed former fatally t'was I found
Morgan, were the only temporary-till 1879
.] That is the fact in it is said Michael Mines. that and of Sarsaparilla Hart's Block
by Iodide of Potassium Syrup 90 East Hay St.,
of the subject Now, Isaac Sprecter, a merchant of Kansas City, benefited me not a little. However -

pay' The amount of Mo., mistaking his wife for a burglar, firedat even then I was not cured, for from JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
>orted Into the United and fatally wounded her. 1882 1885 the attacks
to
were more severe,
LUDDEN & BATES SOUTHERN
j'f value t4 0OOOOOO in MUSIC HOUSE.
: Richard Collins, ex.chief of police at Superior prolonged and frequent than ever, coming
duties collected
on Wia., shot and seriously wounded his upon me as many as four,and even five times
were >1212,000,000 and a wife. Jealousy caused the deed.A during the year. In the spring of 1885" P1ANOSM
>
in that single a
year party of Bostonians, while posting up took a course of P. P. P. and from that
of the United
people
of this tariff la.wof the Tobique river in canoes, near Andover, time to fhe present (June 25, 886) I have

which went into Me., were fired on by unknown persons anda been free from eruption of this poison. Only

But that a* I have woman named Howes was instantly once, early in this month, a few bumps appeared ORCANS.MidSummer

.* the burden the do killed.Michael on my wrists, but dried up in a dayor .
Flynn, aged fifty-five, was struck
: two the throes it of
being dying as were,
f tiw kind of ,
u nnr)
the beam of derrick In Proctor Vt. and
by a ,
this'horrid and loathsome disease. After
1iIJ that to $5- I
year hurled over a wall fifty feet high and killed.
price of those goods He leaves a widow and several children. being plagued about twenty-five years with

in nearly or equal At the New York end of the Brooklyn Poison Oak, I consider myself cured, and Sale

; price of the goods that bridge a very daring murder occurred Mon by the use of about one bottle of P. P. P*
WATSON WINS.
which the people day, the victim being shot In a hallway.
Rector Grace Church Ga.
high prices of what There are only three persona who know any Waycross,

to use amounted to thing of the affair. Bernard Manning, oi

: five times as much Brooklyn, has been seized on suspicion. The Renews Her Youth. / BUY NOW

.the government for murdered man has not yet been identified. Mrs. Phoebe Chesley, Peterson, Clay AND PAY WHEN

Harrison Elliott was fatally shot by Frank Co., Iowa, tells the following remarkable
are more afraid of free Harris during a drunken quarrel at More
story, the truth of which is vouched for
: an of rattlesnakes. COTTON IS SOLD.
1
head, Ky
by the residents of the town : "I am 73
.] They are terribly the
Capt. Nat Kinney, famous chief and
old have been troubled with kidney
be bitten free years ,
\ by founder of the Bald Knobbers' organization -
and lameness for
.] Well now so complaint many
was shot and instantly killed at Ozark,
free trade, the most Missouri. years; could not dress myself without

the Mills bill is that it The people of Jacksonville, Fla., are be- help. Now I am free from all pain and MID-SUMIVIEROFFER.

reduction of tariff du- coming hardened. New cases of yellow soreness, and am able to do all my own _
been attempted in this housework. I thanks to Electric
fever do not attract much attention. Five owe my iooo Firet'Class Pianos and
{6 duty levied under have been reported making a total of forty. Bitters for having renewed my youth, Organs to be sold Iti June July

cent., and under the five cases., Total number of deaths Is eight. removed completely all disease and pain." August and September at Hpot
Cash Prices,
would be only about Confidence has been partially restored and Try a bottle, 50c.and 1 $, at all drug Payable*
PIANOS $25 CASH DOWN.
of only 1 per cent. business is being transacted with more in stores in Titusville and on Indian RiverA ORGANS silo CASH DOWN,
taken together. Of
terest.A and the balance next November
things upon which the canning establishment was struck by a xst, without Interest or advanceIn

tornado at Stillpond, Md., and nine persons Price. All our Pianos, and Or.
included lit this 'sale, our
gang
duty, is taken from s were killed, three were dangerously hurt Cheapest and our Best. No ex
catted! raw material, and a number slightly Injured. ceptions. Your choice from ten

manufacturers in their A saw mill exploded at Ken ton, Ky., and styles leading and makers Prices.and over 300 x


this great benefit of through tree tops, and fatally injured. -SUM ''ER BARGAINS 1888New -
materials free or with a Pieces of the mill were blown one-fourth ofa -IGPYRAFUQE'

duty, the bill wisely mile distantA t QeAys Makers, New Instruments, New

manufactured by broken rail on the Cincinnati, Sandusky Styles,New Prices.Great Improvementsin
into the shall & Cleveland railroad caused four passenger Lower Priced Instruments.
count 8CR*CUM FOB our
duty than shah id be cars to leave the track and tumble down a CHILLS & FEVER, Large purchases enable us to offer Reduced

more a com fifteen-foot embankment near Columbus. (V.,* DUMB AGUE Prices. Here are samples.
off the duty from raw Fifteen passengers were more or leas In ALAas AM> ,

jured. T% Octave, Up-
of laborers In this coun 0Z COOK PIANO 13eanlihrlliasewoodlase1ull right. Large 81w
Sporting Sparks J&ZZ3 {8trin a
according the claims
The Cincinnati Centennial tournament Rich Tone. Guaranteed
Shooting
country, and of the perfect and durable. Maker. Price,
wards-especially will be held on the old avenue f65O.

; grounds on September .a, 5, 0 and T. The
and for whose in- 7S Octave, Dp-
,peculiar and earn American field championship cup will be PIANO. rightOrandLaree
Jd.f contested for. The tournament Is under the $248 H'.ze, 3 Strings, Full Iron
e are the negroes. management of Al. Bandit, W. E. Litnberg Frame, .Ivory Keys Rich
'
LIPPMAN'SPYRAFUGEIs Rosewood Case. First-claw
of the war was to free every way.
of and I and John Whetsone, and cash prices of tI,- Equals Fiance usually sold at 1300: and I35tLMiJJcer'
am
,[ negroes 000 are offered. CALLED THE .Price,.7tH.
freed and have
they Duncan C. Ross has challenged any maRin Wonderful Chill and Fever ExpellerIt With Piano" a Plush Top Stool,
six millions
or seven the world to a broad sword contest Handsome Cover Instructor,
Is prolific. [Great cures the chills and fever tones up the system Music Book and all Freight Paid.
Manager Barn. of the St. Paul club has ..
e).' Now how do these gives an appetite bringing strength and health to the
fallen heir to a fortune of $400,000 in Ireland sufferer. Five ,Octaves,2 seta
living Why a great f2X OctaveTopfampt3tandsMnsIOPocket Reeds,
lid
S'50
ter and applause.] Where is the ruin that; many go town and pursue any Dad and Business, the famous running l
to follow the election of Grover Cleve kind of handicraft that they can, becoming horses to John ,
was belonging Thompson, were Full Sweet Tone. Maker Price,$150.rFcmFnll
land; where is the disgrace that was to follow domestic servants, blacking shoes, shaving injured by kicks at Saratoga.Tom .
the faces or doing things of that kind. But in Cannon has William: Seta Reeds,
Mul- ,
his election On the contrary country challenged mJ- P1P1PI o 10 Genuine $tops.
and the OO1;1tI'Jhe negro makes what he get doon wrestle for and the $65 818e
has been more quiet, more peaceable to $1,000 gate receipts :i 'RJ ;antlful Parlor Or-
prosperous than it has been for many yean by cultivating the earth throughout the in eight weeks from the signing ef gan. Thousands sold. All pur
that have gone by. Now, I know the man; whole south-' \How does ,he cultivate itt articles. chasers delighted. Maker"Price,f20Q.:
Why he eltK V has bough some land-and (Prickly Ash, Poke Root,and Potassium.) With Each Oman a Fine Stool
I know him well, and I tell you my fellow- Jake Kilrain left Liverpool on the Etrurla Instructor Music Book and
citizens, that a more upright and wiaeman I some of them have bought a food deal-or for this jountry Saturday. Ha says Suns CURES an All Freight Paid.*

io not believe dwells within the limits of the he rent the land. Whether be cultivates van's challenge is all talk. He is ready to

United States. [Loud cheers.] ] And he hasa his own land or whether be rents it, the meet him at any time, and has deposited SYPHILIS 15 DAYS TRIAL.Order .

noble band of coon eUon around him and crops that he gets from it are the remuneration $5,000 for a go with him.

not the least among them is the distinguished he receive for his toll Now that crop "Dude" Esterbrook has been laid elf by Primag,Secondary,and Tertiary Syphilisfjjrph. and test in your own Home.

citizen of your own state, Mr. Dickinson in the maiD consists of cotton some corn Indianapolis. llitlc Eruptions Scrofula and &:r moue Eruptions No money required until Instrumentis

[Applause.] Cleveland knows not only how and some little wheat," but mainly all cotton. Billy Serad ha been engaged to pitch for all diseases, Ulcers of and the Old Sore Rheumatism those that have and satisfactory.. pay Freight both

I to govern himself within the limits ,of the "Now how can the high protective tariff the Syracuse, N. Y., club. resisted other treatment yield steadily and sorely ways if no sale. Thn fairest way to deal.

constitution, but he knows full well how to benefit that negrowho raises! cotton and has Dundon, the mute pitcher, recently released to the wonderful power of P.P. P., the great Our Instruments art good and cheap,anda

choose good constitutional advisors. [Cbwr J3 for his share of the crop three or four or five by Syracuse, has signed with Colum- Blood Punfler. Vial always gives a satisfied purchaser.

"Having Raid this much about the admin- bales of cotton each year! Why, gentlemen, bus. tendforMid-Snminer Sale Cir

.i tration, let me proceed to that question to there is no tariff at all on cotton. It come SCROFULAIs cular.

, which I alluded in opening, which .ia com in freebe air. The price of cotton, A Literary Curiosity. REMEMBER. Lx .eL Prices; asiett i
0t therefore is not raised as they say, or lessened an impurity In the blood producing Lumps or Terms;Beat Inat amts Flnf KtonU and Qc.e'i -
monly called the tariff question. I presume A bookseller at Lyons named Roux is Paid 15 Trial Ox
tariff and here ia all Swelling, canning Running Sores on the Arms, ; AU Freight ; Day ;
there is not a person within the sound of my by this tax yet issuing a literary curiobity. It is a vol- Legs,or Feet,for the cure of which use P.P. P., Year Guarantee; Syuar Dealing; One Pne
voice who does not know what ia meant by that the negro ha for his labor. He can't the greatest blood medicine on earth. All these Only: Money Saved; AILLUDDERT.S
JITDO entirely of silk, to be published in diseases yield readily to the of P. P. PM
if I I get a cent: more for his cottotf by reason of power
the and it aid us to-day BATES
tariff yet may high protective tariff, and he don't get twenty-five parts, of which fifteen have giving new life and new strength. :
give clear and definition of what a any .
a precise
is nothing in perhaps ,a cent ... He has to sell his cotton already appeared, at the price of *2 per SOrw.Bal MUSIC HOUSE. .A"JAN"'AH.61.'
tariff is. A tariff friends
my
the and to sell it at the price that Is made number. The text is woven in the silk. BLOOD POISON
the world but tax levied by -
a tax-a general
article of commerce by the foreign market;,the price in Liverpool As each number consists of only two A NEW & USEFUL DIGRESSIONS
government upon every leaves the Cared in its worst form ; sometimes in caws with
to which cotton ia whole volume
ia ,
United States and or London exported containing the
that come into the where the patient was in Eternal Pain
that is intended for sale within our borders, from the United States. It k there Roman Catholic mass: and a number of En-'E np by the physicians. In some cases
that the price of his cotton is fixed: and for will have leaves .Ulcers broke out till the party was a
,
which Instantly raises the price of prayers only fifty round mass of corruption a bottle of P. P. P. was I have added to my stock of Witches, Clocks,
the articles and therefore becomes a that price he has to sell it, tariff or no tariff. the Gothic text of which every leaf has procured,and the disease; yielded quickly.RHEUMATISM. Plated Ware, Jewelry.eta; a complete line of fare
how is It the other hand I.The colored ily Medicine, a fine grade of Cigar,Cigarettes.Tobacco
on
of "But
tax burden article a specially designed mediaeval border. .
or a upon every and Pipe..; a collection of Fancy Good.To,..
domestic manufacture of a like nature with man, although he is living in a pretty Both text and border are woven in black Notions and Florida Curiosities: a Rood stock of

those which pay the tariff tax. Now we warts climate in some places still wants to silk on a white surface, and tin effect is Stationery and an assortment of Candy and Confectionery

have at this moment according to the last be decent and wants to be comfortable, and said to be "very artistic"Chiea"u, And in an Affections of the Blood P.P.P.stands : Scissors the above pocket at and New title Store Cutlery.Wa Hav.hIngtoit -
ia the wants his wife and children to be comfort. alone and unrivaled and some cf its cures are lug displayed my
advices I have about 1115,000,000 Herald.
seen, Avenue, Tltusvlllr, you are r<*p National treasury called surplus revenue; able, and they.do,need clothing 'has well a* really If yon wonderful.suffer from anything like Syphilis Scrofula folly invited to call and eumiiie the same to satisfy

that is, taxes collected from the people beyond other people but upon' every single thing Composition of Railway Duet Blood Poison Ulcers, Old Sores Rheumatism yourself as to price and quality,whether yon toy
the necessities of the government. that he buys ',to clothe himself to clothe his or any disease of the blood be sure and or not .WATCH REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
The railway companies are Jr.1h\j.: give P.P.p a triaL Latest approved Instruments and Tools, andO iyear.
Those 115.000 are lying partly idle in the family, to clothe hi* little pickaninnies, to .'practical experience la the watch and Jewelry
getting riJ ,of the fjjins knownt. P.P.P. (Prickly Ash, Poke Root and Potassium i
vaults of the treasury of the United States, get a hat.Ho Ret a blanket, to get W )is no secret patent medicine like the many outness.""*!shall spare no painstaking to pleas aat
of no service to any human being, drawing a tool or implement of any kind deadly car stote. Now M UtM r on the market. ,its formula la on every bottle .i article and prices or Repairinfr. and sorts 70. t
ae Interest earning no profit but taken be h taxe4 by this high protec* liege passengers of railway jlt.. '. -,.. thus giving a guarantee of ha purity and wholeeomeness salt A rAm SHAKE or TOCB FATBOJUOE
that no other blood purifier does give. C. c. BitAXMXG.
it lji's) no contrivance wjiich'acuuih- .
whom
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4 THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, AUG. 30, 1888. t M

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THE FLORIDA STAR. I Minis. who spent some time last winter in this Lake Worth. Registration.

Mr. Hendry was in town on Monday vicinity, has returned and we hear intends Wetter, The Registration books will be open -c

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. morning.Miss to improve his homestead near the And windier. in each and every District in Bret'and 'r11 J:

ELLIS B WAGER Editor and Mistier I : Launie Harrison spent Sunday Life Saving Station at once. We hear Cool and moist. County, on the first Monday in Septem- .I. '

with her mother. that Mr Hassler has "taken unto himself Dade County raised her immigrationfund. ber, and close on the last Saturday in

31.5O: per Annum. Among our callers this week was Mr. a wife" since he left us last spring. Al-I September, preceeding the first Monday

low us to tender our sincere congratulations. I in October. Owing: to the
Entered at the Post Office at Titusville at L. C. Oliver, of Titusville, and judgingby Mr. A. E. Heyser has moved into his subdivision
May your married life be as of the old election Districts, and the
&rond-Clcualtlatter. the contents of his vehicle, we think new hotel.
horticul bright as our Florda sunshine, and the making of new election Districts, by the
he
contemplates becoming a
A SQUARE one Inch In space; 24 squares I turist. broomstick as soft as our balmy breezes. Mr. P. Lennon, is at present visiting County Commissioners, and to comply

make a column. Mr. Geo. Houston assistant engineeron friends at Miami. with election law, passed by the last Leg.
For advertising rates enquire of the Editor ,
always enclosing two cent stamp. The good old game of croquet is being the S. V. White, was badly scalded on Mrs. Joe Jenkins and little Joe arrived islature, every citizen should register and

THE STAR is the OFFICIAL newspaperfor revived by the juveniles of Mims, there- Monday afternoon by the bursting of a home on the 24th. get; his certificate of registration.
for those idle
by affording employment
Brevard county. steam pipe, the escaping steam blisteredhis Sunday School and church services are DISTRICT REGISTRATION OFFICES.
hands that are proverbially given to mis
The Star has the Largest circulationof chief.A face and body to his waist, while his still being held regularly. No. 1, LaGranjre.W.N.. Hendrv

any paper on the East coast of Fla. injuries are very painful they are not to County Commissioner. A. M. Fields, 2, Titusville.J. I). Blake.

THE question. "what does protection jolly party of LaGrangeites passed be thought dangerous. He was removedfo left for Miami on the 15th. 3, City Point.A.J. Whitlock.
through our town at an early hour on 4, Rockledge,.......Chas. Hammoml
protect?" is well answered by saying it Wednesday morning on their way to his father's home at Eau Gallie. Capt. M. E. Spencer finished his visit 5, Eau Gallie,..............G. B. S.1.

protects the monopolist by requiring the Aurantia. In spite of the inclemency of The yellow fever scare has not reached and left for Sombrero on the 19th. 6, Malabar,...............R B. Arnold.
"
working man to pay the tariff taxes. here yet, except in this way, that resi- 7, Barkers Bluff.WalterKitching.
the weather the day was passed most The Olliver arrived home from the 8, St. Lucie,.............James Paine.

CAN the Republican party explain pleasantly, and they returned as merryas dents along the river fearing it might increase Keys on the 24th with a full cargo of pine 9, Eden,...........Thos. R Richards.
in Jacksonville and for a time 10 Fort Drum ......John M.
the fact that Harrison voted against they went, judging by the way in slips. Swain.
away make it difficult to obtain provisions, IC 11, Narrows,..............R L. Grav.
shutting out the Chinese on the Pacific which they awakened echoes and peopleas The Deerhound was got off, and 12
have been laying in supplies, and our Georgiana.Chas.3lagruder.: t
coast? In view of this fact how can they well. brought down the lake for repairs on the 13, Merritt Island.Thos..lI.Sander.
two stores have been busy filling
expect to carry the electoral vote of Cal- Nothwithstanding the heat, a goodly very 19th. "14, Canat'eral.IIenry l
orders. One large lot of goods came 'I 15, Haulover,.....Chas. II. Nauman
ifornia? number assembled the Schoolhouse well
at last week from Jacksonville, they had Preparations for one wedding are u 1 G, Otter Creek.........J. W. Swain.

A BEGISTEEED letter or package con- Sunday morning. The song service been well fumigated however, and our under way, and for another will soon be- 17, Mebourne......D. W. McQuakr.

taining $10,000 and directed to the Chem passed admirably, and after an excel mail is odoriferous now also. Through gin. S. F.GI'.AY.

ical Bank,of New York, sent in a through lent discourse by Rev. James Bolton the freights though delayed somwhat are Assistant keeper, D. A. Allen, of Jupiter Supervisor of Registration.

pouch from Portland, Oregon, a few days choir rendered the beautiful election, coming all right. :Mr. Hector receivedon paid us a flying visit the 12th and
"God be with 'till Bucklen's Arnica Snlic.
has been lost. The question is, what you we meet again. Saturday a large lot of flour, etc., from 13th.
ago Rev. James Bolton preached on the sub- The best salve in the world for cut,
has become of it? The Portland office is the north, no danger of starvation :yet. Capt. :M. E. Spencer, keeper of Sombrero bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
ject of the Bible as the guide to the
satisfied that it was placed in the pouch way We see that at the primary at Eau Gal- light, arrived home on the 13th, for sores, tetter chapped hands, chilblain

and New York is sure the robbery was not of life. There wa a good congregationand lie the delegates were instructed to do a short visit.Indians corns and all skin eruptions' and posi-
it would have been much larger but tively cures piles or no requIred.It .
committed in that office. That it was all in their power to effect the election ofa have been here lately, supplying pay
owing to an error in the announcementin is guaranteed to give perfect satiafac-
committed on the route, is quite conclu- candidate for representative to the residents with but left
the STAB, which caused Rev. W. N. our game, on tion or money refunded. Price 25 cenU
sive as the lock on the pouch was set at Legislature who will be opposed to a di- the 19th, for home. per box. For sale by all drug stores in
Chaudoin service LaGrange
520 the same number when it reached N.Y. for to the announce same hour.a A similar at vision of the present county of Brevard, Church and Sunday School services Titusville and on Indian River.

when it left Portland. If it had been and who will see that the nonfulfillmentof
as still held and will
service will>e held on the fourth Sundayin are being probably, IVOTICE.
unlocked the number would have been the Atlantic Coast Canal Co. contractsbe _
be continued without intermission.How .
September when Rev. Mr. Bolton will now
521 when it reached its.destination. The properly presented to the Legislaturethat To all ichom it may concern:
again preach. is quarantine, and has any more
lose falls on the sender in this instance. the company may be compelled to Whereas at a sale of lands belonging;
The New York Chemical Bank is not involved Merrill. fulfill the conditions of their charter or up your way got it. That is the only to the estates of Mary Annie GraFa -
thing that seems to be catching in this nie Louisa Gray and Ella Louisa Gray
and the responsibility of the gov- Mr. and Mrs. Ad. Dixon were pleasant forfeit the same, and return to the State part of the country.Arrangements respectively, infants made In pursuanceof

ernment ends after an honest endeavor callers at Merritt on Sunday last. the thousands of acres deeded to them, an order of the Honorable John D.

to find it. Registered letters have long for the accomplishment of work never are all completed, and a Broome,judge of the 7th Judicial Cir-
affording We are glad to see Mrs. James Thompson trial artesian well will be sunk on the cuit of Florida I purchased the following -
abandoned as not
been done. That is
since properly right gentlemen -
lands to-wit
out again after her late illness. :
safety in the transmission of funds keep it before the people until this McCormick place as soon as the machin The cast half of the north-east quarterof

Mr. Miot and Mr. Johnson paid Titus gigantic swindle is crushed out of exis- ery can be brought here. the north-west quarter, and the north
ville a flying visit the first of the week. west quarter of the north-east of
FEVER. quarter
YELLOW tence, its unearned and undeserved lands Judge Poole,of Eustis, has been here as section 17
township 21. south of
THE official reports from the date Mr. Blythe, recently from England, returned to market, and rendered available guest of E. B. Plunket. He returned! 35 east. Also two acres more or range less,

given in our last are as follows: for has purchased an orange grove from Mr.J. under any or all of the land laws of home the 11th, but has rented a place in the south-west quarter of said section.

R. Field.A here and will return this fall. township, and range; and also 33 acres
deaths the State be it under chapter 3324 or
with no ; ,
Thursday, nine new cases, more or less, in the south-cast quarter of
fourteen new cases, with two number of the bachelors are preparing 3457. We are sorry to acknowledge that Quarantine officer Highsmith went the north-west quarter of said section,

Friday deaths-Frank, Martini and Mrs. Mary to build. "Coming events cast their their charter was secured under Demo- on duty the night of the 15th, and the township and range, being part of the
of the
estates said infants
deaths shadows before." I cratic administration, it is one of the ex- I first thing that came along, was the hur- ; respectively
Ford;Saturday, new cases,seven; for the sum of live hundred dollars.
Sunday, nine new cases reportedand Master Don, the mighty Nimrod of ceptions that prove the rule of Demo- ricane, and he let it in without askingfor Take notice, that I will apply to the

none; Merritt cratic honesty, and sagacity.All its Honorable John D. Broome, jii'lge of
deaths-Edward W. Dixon, a reports quail as being very economy papers.Quarantine
two I said Court the 3rd of
on Monday, day
jeweler, and Wm. Craugh, a fireman, numerous this season. the more reason why this one blot on meeting on the 15th, with I September, A. D. 1888, at 11 o'clock

who was taken from the street the day :Mr. John Waller left for Jupiter on the record of this party should be removed Dr.R. B.Potter, and Geo. A. Gale. Chair a.. m.. for an order continuing said sale. 0 I

before in an almost dying condition. Tuesday, much to the disgust of his many by prompt and vigorous action, man raised funds and appointed two and to show all persons are If hereby admonished have
cause, any they why
Monday, new cases, ten ; deaths, threeC. friends in this vicinity. the charter be declared lapsed and void quarantine officers, one at Jupiter, and said sale should not be confirmed.

H. Pollard, Barton Mays (colored) the lands heretofore granted, be forfeitedand one at the inlet. Nobody here scared, Dated, August 7th, A. D. 1SS8.

Ripples on the Reach. if need be the swindlers incarcerated.No SEWARD F. GRAY
and Allen Fisher, a firemen. Tuesday, but put on the quarantine as a precau- ,

new cases, 21, deaths, 2-Thos. H. Clark Upon my arrival here I chanced to pretense seems to be made of any Guardian of said Infants.

and Thos. Marshall. Total number of speak of the delightful air and climate improvement." "The mosquitoes are too tion.The hurricane did not last quite long JONES & 1WILLIAMS.Solicitors for said .Guardian. IS

cases to date, 131 ; total number of i of Titusville. The oldest inhabitant at bad, yet we hear the Seminole with four enough to kill all the mosquitoes, but I

deaths to date, 19.. The situation is less I once assured me that it was only a men has recently finished clearing out the there was a cessation of their attacks NOTICE.To .

hopeful, and physicians say it will cheaper imitation that I found there of channel as agreed with the J.T. &. K.W. directly after the blow, but reinforce- all whom it may concern.

Still the disease is very the kind in constant use at Canaveral.A Co. accomplishing much more real improvement
run its course. ments are slowly arriving now, and the
in a few weeks than the"pow- Take notice. that on the 3rd day of
mild and the mortality very slight. A large new quarantine flag flutters fight may be a little livelier later in the September, A. D. 1888 at 11 of the clockin
erful of the Coast Canal Co. has
this morning dredge the forenoon will administrators
telegraph bulletin received conspicuously upon the beach a few season.A we as -
from 6 m. I done in the last twelve months. But I with the will annexed of William
announces 34 new cases p. miles south of the Light-house. Passing : mistake much has been done by the small sized hurricane struck this Elarlan Forwood, deceased, apply to the

Tuesday to 6 p. m. yesterday, and 4 schooners are observed to keep well in dredge, for I believe with every scoopfull place on the morning of the 16th, and Honorable Minor S. Jones,judge of the

deaths. the offing. Visitors from Titusville are taken in the last year she has taken in lasted the most of the day. As far as County Court of Brevard county, Fla..
State land for an order for sale of the following
1 3840 acres powerful enough it
BUY UP CUBA. afraid to go that way,but the quarantine seems to can be learned there was not much dam- lands, being part of the estate of the

officer should arrest them and cause themto U. D'O50HU. age done. The windmill on the Cragin said William IIarlan Forwood, deceased,

Now that the yellow fever is in our be isolated from the rest of mankind.A place: is down, the one on the Lennon to-wit:

State, viz. at Jacksonville, the mind St. Lucie Items. West i ofnce i of n w !, and Ie 4
small whale ashore is the lookout
place leaning tree
came on Aug. over ,
of section 23, township 32, 39,
tries to solve this question- range
naturally 21st, about half-a-mile north of Cape Mr. J. B. :Merriwether, who accompanied and one or two other large ones on the containing 32044-100 acres ,Xe4, sec.

where does this yellow fever come from Canaveral Light-house. It was a femaleof Mr. Bevill, from Oak Hill, is going to McFarlane place are down, the palmetto 12, township 33 s, range 39 e, containing
is into the United States 159 48-100 Lots 7 and 8 of 7.
that
brought run a truck garden on Mr. Alex. Bell'sfarm acres. sec.
the species called the bottle-nose .and house on Dr. Brelsford's homestead has
few to our large township 33 s, range 39 e, containing 84
every years, scourge upon measured about twenty feet in length. at Ten-mile Creek. gone by the board, trees are down, and acres Lots 2 and 3 of section 11, town-

cities, destroy our business traffic and The scientific name of this species is so We understand that Mr. Jas. Bell has badly broken up, on nearly every place. ship 34 s, range 40, containing 63 60-100-()(

isolate the traveling wherever it may difficult to pronounce that it must only purchased several fine horses, and also a The sloop Deerhound that was at the in- acres. Lots 1, 2, 3 and 4, section 10.
chance to locate? township 34, range 40 e. containing
discovered. All be attempted by experts and then with buggy, and that now the young ladies let, was blown ashore on the nags on the 31618-100 acres. Lot 1, section 14, town- .(
The is readily
answer extreme caution. It has been utilizedby have some pleasant rides. South Point, and has several holes in her ship 34 s, range 40, containing 38 60-100 "
the yellow fever epidemics in the South acres. WestJ of section 14, township
wicked men who write it bottom. The new hotel of Mr. A. E.
young on a Mr. Con is now frequently seen on the 1
fever 32 39 320 acres.
come from the home of the yellow s range e, containing I
-the Island of Cuba and the city -of slip of paper and show it to their mother- Can Town dock awaiting the arrival of Heyser's, that is nearly completed is South i of section 12, township 33 s.

in-law. No sooner does she pronouncethe his wife. When she arrives his anxietywill blown out of plumb, and part of the range 39 e, containing 318 96-100 acres. ,
Havana in particular. That Havanais awful words than her jaw is dislocated wharf is blown away. The "TurkeyBuzzard" S w 4 of n w 4 of section 25, and n e 4 of !
to
a city of poor sanitary condition, give place supreme joy. section 26, township 32 s, range 39 e. I
her tongue becomes paralized and dragged her anchor, but was of I
South 4
and peopled by a class that do not pay the Mr. Bevill started for his home at Oak containing 20012-100 acres. I
peace reigns for a week. Upon her re not damaged, the Daisy got beachedbut s w.l of section 11, township 32 s, range
attention to cleanliness is one of Hill, in Manatee County yesterday. He and 3
2 ,
Lots
proper 39 e containing 80 acres.
covery-if she does recover-the was off and the is
ever got safely, ground
the causes of this disease originating will return in October with his family, section 3, township 34 s,range 40 e, containing t
there and remaining nearly all the entire wicked young men have to go to Texas. and make this his permanent home. covered with limes, guavas, etc., that 58 acres. Lots 1, 2, and 3, sec. 1

have been whipped off the trees. Someof 4, township 34 s, range 40 e, containing
year owing to the fact that no frost Melbourne. Quite a heavy storm here on the 16th, our old settlers claim that it was not a 338 68-100 acres. Lots 1,2 and 3,section

visits the island to kill the germs in win- inst. Some damage was done to :Mr.Bass' 6, township 34 s, range 40 e, containing j
Messrs. Hodgson's new steamer was out full fledged hurricane but no one saw ands
4
159 68-100 acres. South i of n w
ter. The United States should purchasethis banana the wind
for a trip on Saturday last, she is a fine patch, heavy uprooting any pin feathers on it, as far as can be w 4, section 3, township 34 s. range 40( #
island, not only for the reason above looking boat and seems to be quite fast. several large plants that were heard from. e, containing 240 acres. Lot 1 of section

! stated, for many other reasons, have appeared : heavily laden with fruit.Canaveral.. SAM. 11, and lot 1, section 9, township 3-1.,

in print recently,and taking them Delightful weather the past week, one -- - range 40 e, 55 93-100 acres. Lots 1,2,
all into consideration could or two light showers cool breezes and no NOTICE. and 3, and n e 4 of s e 4, section la.
our country
township 34 s 40 e, containing
better afford to pay$10,0000,000 for that mosquitoes to bother. What splendid Mr. and l\Irs.Joe Rogers, Mr. and Mrs LAND OFFICE GAINESVILLE, FI.A.,\ 145 90-100acres., range S w of 8 e J, and ei

island and save in the future, by proper nights we have cool and just right to Gardner, and Master Julian Wilson, are i Aug. 18th, 188S. / of s w 4, section 25, township range

health laws that be enforced the sacrifice give delicious slumber.Mr. the guests of Capt. Knight. Notice is hereby given that the fol- 39 e, containing 120 acres. Lot 8 of
can
lowing-uamed settler has filed notice of section 30, and lots 3,4,5 and 6, section
of thousands of lives which have Geo. G. Gleason and Mr. John B. Prof. Hoxie reports finding many spec- his intention to make final proof in sup. 31, township 32 8, range 40 e, containing

been fed to yellow fever since 1878, and Beach left on Friday for the north, Mr. imens of birds here extremely rare, and port of his preemption claim, and that 169 62-100 acres. Lots II, 5 and fir
said proof will be made before A. A. section 3, township :31 s, range 40 e,con
Beach for Rome
destruction of property which in some N. Y., and Mr. Gleason says the region of Cape Canaveral is a 3 of sec.
Stewart clerk of Circuit Court, at Titus- taining 193 98-100 acres. Lot
instances has been larger in the\Iississip-. Syracuse, N. Y. where he expects to remain rich field for the naturalist.The ville, Fla.. on Oct. 9th, 1888, viz.: 14, and lot 1, section 23 township 34 f.

pi valley than in Florida. With Florida's a year. Geo. did not say whetherhe ocean beach is lined for miles William H. Wade, oi Palm Beach, D. S. range 40 e, containing 59 52-100 acres. .
intended to 2130, for the east i of north-east \ and Dated this 9th day of August, ..\. !'
wealth and stop on Long Island
increasing population, or with countless curiosities, washed up in cast i of south-east quarter, section 21, 1888
the communication with Havana will not. Mr Beach has had men at work the recent blow. It is deeply interest- township 44 south range 43 east. SAMUEL M. BERNARD,

and in the future for several days curing and securing He names the following witnesses to
be more frequent, we pea ing even to the unscientific mind, to culls GRIFFIN FORWOOD
dread the of this disease vine hay, he has a large quantity that i i ; prove his continuous residence upon,
may appearance ; over the heaps of sea weeds and find hun- and cultivation of said land viz: WILLIAM S. FORWOOD

every summer.' .If Cuba's purchase is another step in the right direction, so t dreds of specimens of ocean life, new and John L. Highsmith of Lake Worth; ttstimcuto aautra of

to be regarded favorably,congress cannot much money.saved and kept at home. strange. About a mile north of the lighthouse Fred. S. Dewey, of Palm Beach; Joseph William Administrators Harlan Forwood cum deceased.
Jenkins. of Palm Beach Olai Gudmnnd-
take the necessary steps in that directiontoo Mr. Frank P. Hassler one of the cog a small whale was stranded, the sen. of Hypoluxo, Fla. ; S ARTIIUE F. S. WILLIAMS,

soon. respondents of the Chicago 1I1te -Qcean.I prey of countless sharks. 19 S. C. TUCKER,Register. Attorney for Admi nlstrators. 16. '





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and indifference to undoubted CARDS SAY
rights, our
Canada the valuable privileges of transit
A MESSAGE TO CONGRESS.THE for their goods from our ports and over wrongs, He considers this a good time,

oar sail Which had been passed prior to when his course Is about to be passed uponat L. A. GINGRAS, .....
the ballot to his and revised ..
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publish .
the making of the treaty of 1871 and independently S. H.
REJECTION OF THE FISHERIES opinion. We think; be is too latA.I RAY .,. r
of it, remained in force; and ever "
TREATY THE SUBJECT.The since the abrogation of the treaty, and not- I The Herald's Montreal correspondent has ATPHT-LAWAPSOTABYPDBLIC, '

withstanding the refusal of Canada to per Interviewed a number of prominent government Rock Ledge, Florida. 1I "oPJ'Jo&

mit our fishermen to send their fish to their officials, railroad managers and '

President Asks for Authority to Pro- home market through her territory in bond, others concerning the effect In Canada of the L. GAULDEN, Successor to J. C. Norwood and fX Il I +I '
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claim Measures of Retaliation Sever the people of that Dominion have enjoyed recommendation of President Cleveland con HTITUSVILLE *

Arraignment of the Senate-Comment* without diminution the advantages of our cerning the treatment of the Canadian ques- ATTORNEY-AT-LAW .. tII.

liberal and generous lawn tion In case they are put..in force. All express ,

From Various Sotiree "Without 'casing our complaint upon a surprise at the course'of the presidentand Titusville, Florida. FLA. ...mg

WASKIKOT09. Au$ 27.-President Cl T violation,of treaty obligations, it Is never-1, acknowledge that the; 'plan outlined by flGen'l !ate

land created a great wnsatjou, Thursday theme true that': such refusal of transit and him would entail great losses to Canadian JONES & WILLIAMS, .sa

afternoon, by addrMsfng. a jaoaaag to; eon the other Injurious acts which have been recited interests, particularly to the transportation t:

grew; on the Canadian fisheries dispute and constitute a provoking insistence upon companies. The opinion is' general that no i, Attoriiey.s-at-L.Jiiv. 't

asking for authority to prockim'measures of rights neither, mitigated by the animosities recent action on the part of the Canadian i uc

retaliation. Tb Democrati regarded the of National intercourse nor modified by the government justifies the severe measures Titusville, Florida. ,..iii aC

of to recognition of our liberality and generous proposed by the president. Government ;....s
message at a shrewd piece generalship considerations"C officials generally decline to talk upon the M. BOBBINS '"
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outmatch; the tactics of the.I Republican subject, preferring to wait until a conference GEO. Merchandise :

senate while the Republicans declared it a "I am satisfied that upon the principles of the ministers can be had. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, M'rrs t

political document to regain favor, for the which should govern retaliation our inter- Hugh McLennon the leading grain ex- .. '

president In the dissatisfied New Englandand course and relations with the Dominion of porter of Montreal says that free canals were TITUSVILLE, FLA. 1...

northwestern states, and to distract at- Canada, furnish no better opportunity for the only remedy. Canada would have to STORE. :..

tention from the tariff. its application than is suggested by the con- stop discrimination against Oswego and A.1I.. THRASHER, nab

It will be remembered that the eenate I ditions herein presentedand that it could Ogdensburg on the Welland eanaL If the

refused strict vote-the not be more effectively inaugurated than United States were to put a heavy toll on ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, .s1s ttW
by a party
recently Democrats voting for, and the Republicans i under the power of suspension recom vessels passing through the oo" canal, P. O. Box 20, SANFORD, FLA. II....
mended." Montreal grain-men might as well dose up. Will practice in all the counties of the seventh DtdJII
against-to ratify;tbe fishery treaty between Circuit and Supreme Court. 3
Touching upon the matter of navigationof I propose' to keep 11"abeC
Frost in Heoslerdom. .
Great Britain au4'the United States..
tin*lakes and the interchange of trans
; "ourcitizens MARION, Ind.,. Aug. 25.Frost: fell here BURCHFIELD
that
The 'allegM .
president ] ports, the president says: R.B. to
engaged in fibbing enterprises in) waters "The canals and other public works built Thursday night,doing slight damage to corn be"()1

adjacent to Canada have been s.- and maintained by the government along and fruit. COUNTY SURVEYOR. A First-Class Stock

jected to numerous vexations, inter- the line of the lakes are made free to alL Italian Counterfeiters Arrested. CUr.

and their vessels have In contrast to this condition and evincinga Orders mail will receive as cI:
ferences, annoyances: NEW YORK, Aug. 27.-Gittano Russo and by prompt p*

been seized upon pretexts which appeared to narrow and ungenerous commercial spirit. his wife Resa, the leaders ,of the band of attention as calls in person. ...
every lock and canal which is a public workof -OF- ..
be entirely Inadmissible:: and they have been the Dominion of Canada is subject to tolls Italian counterfeiters who were arrested Address: Georgiana, Fla. ..nat.

otherwise treated by the Canadian authori- and Thursday, were taken before United States
charges""By Commissioner Hitchcock in Room No. 17 t&
ties and officials. ;in, a manner inexcusably I e ... pf F. ATKINSON. :
Federal After the ,
of the building to-day. I
harsh aid oppressive. Article 27 of the treaty of 1871 pro- hearing of testimony, examination was sldke'

"This conduct,has been justified by Great vision was made to secure to the citizensof adjourned until to-morrow. The commissioner JUSTICE OF THE PEACE I GROCERIES3DRY rbs

Britain and Canada by the claim the United States the use of the refused to reduce the bail from $5JJ(). Mw...
that the treaty of 1818 permittedit Wetland, St. Lawrence and other canals in For the Second Justice District of Bre- if

and upon the ground thatit the Dominion of Canada on terms of equal Frosts in Illinois vard county ; Court days, third Mondayof ] .1wl

was necessary to the proper protection of ity with the inhabitants of the jmiuion, CBERA GoRDO, III, Aug. 25.-Frost was each month. jr

Canadian interests We deny that treaty and to also secure to the subjects of Great visible in the low places at an early hour 11.

agreements justify these acts, and we further Britain the use of the 66. Clair flats canal on Thursday morning, but no damage will be m H. SANDERS, .Cut

maintain that aside from any treaty restraints terms of equality with the inhabitants of the done. Farmers fear further cold weather. GOODS

of disputed interpretation the relative United State And yet evidence has for some Other points report damage from frost. '., anJ.rs

positions of the United States and Canada i time been before the cop Tess, furnished by Justice of the Peace for the Thir- a..-t

as near neighbors, the growth of our too secretary of the treasury showing that TELEGRAPH BREVITIES.Fresh teenth District. I patetifr4

joint commerce, the development and pros- while the tolls charged in the first instanceare Crisp Gleanings of Recent Noteworthy COURTNEY FLORID i NOTIONS 'd

perity of both countries which amicable relations the same to all, such vessels and cargoesas Happening Court lay the third Saturday of each month -""-

surely guarantee and above all, the are destined to certain Canadian ports are Fifteen hundred men were thrown out of e.t

liberality always extended by the United allowed a refund of nearly the entire tolls, employment by the shutting down of the eelae

States to the people of Canada, furnished while those bound for American ports are North Chicago rolling mill. The shut down e t

motives for kindness and consideration not allowed any such advantage To was caused by tariff legislation.Frizee Have you Cough Bronchitis Asthma. Indigestion Uso liens' Ladies' & Children -=
higher and better ,than treaty covenants PARKER'S CINCERTONIC without delay. IS
and then in makeit
promise equality practice Lee, a rich old hermit who recentlydied baa cured: many of the wont oases and is the best remedyfor 0.0tdaSb
all affections of the throat and lungs and diseases
vessels
conditional upon our doing Canadian -
Plainfield N. J. $300-
near bequeathed arising from blood and feeble
Impure
"I fully telieve that the treaty just rejected business instead of their own, is to fulfill oOO to a Baptist church.It and sick,straggling against disease,and rcwh; driftingto nit
by the senate was well suited to the with the shadow of the grave will ia many cases recover their health by SEOES.A.TS
a promise performance. -
i is stated that Joseph Pulitzer u abouttobtort the timely use of Parker's Ginger Tonic,but delay is dan aniJkW
exigency, and that its provisions were ade- Democratic gerous. Take it In time. It is invaluable for all pains
a two cent morning and disorders of stomach and bowels.60o.at
for in the future from Druggista.
quate our security "I recommend that such legislative action In Washington.The 11Ie
Taxations Incidents and for the promotionof be taken will Canadian vessels navigating paper
as give Rev. Robert H. Collyer, of New York, ...
friendly neighborhood and intimacy, our canals, and their cargoes, pre- has been selected as orator on the occasion EXHAUSTED VITALITY too
without sacrificing In the least our NationalS cisely the advantages granted to our vessels
of the unveiling of the bronze statue to Robert SCIENCE OF eon'es
pride or dignity. I am qattl, conscious that and Canadian canals and that *' TIlE
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cargoes upon Burns in &1 It c
Y. August
N. TH the
Albany } llENCE great
neither my opinion of the value of the rejected the same be measured in exactly the same ,
is expected to be one of the largest gatherings --= ;: _-: Medical Work of the
,, 'treaty, nor tbe motives which rule of discrimination."The this
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of Scotchmen assembed llFf ManhoodXerv-
ever -
prompted its negotiations, are of importance course which I have outlined and the ==: ., : ,
in the light of the judgment of the senate recommendation made relate to the honor country. -T_ f' oua and Physical Dobility tr..
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But it Is of to note Kentucky school teachers must attend the Premature Do- R
thereupon. importaivM and dignity of our country, and the protection -
that this treaty has been rejected without and preservation of the rights and in- county institute or forfeit their certificates. KNOW THYSELF cline,Errors of Yonth, a
II U II land the untold mL
Writs have been issued by the government er- hi
any apparent disposition on the part of the terests of all our people. A does
government James Lees & Sons woolen manufacturers lee consequent thereon. 300 pages 8 va, 125 pre-
against
senate, to alter or amend its provisions and but half its duty when it protects it citizensit !criptions for all diseases. Cloth full gilt,only$1.00 frrtsitg
with the evident intention, not want- home and permits them to be imposed at Bridgeport Pa., for violating I, by mail, sealed. Illustrative sample free to all yonn'ad CLOTHING
the law against importing contract labor. middle-aged men. Send now. The Gold ana
ing expression, that no negotiation shouldat and humiliated by the unfair and over- o
upon The is in each Jewelled Medal awarded to the author by the National ,
penalty $1,000 case.
present be concluded touching the matterat reaching disposition of other nations. If we Medical Association. Address P.O. Box 1S95: ,HOrton \- IsaR
Texas
issue." invite our people to rely upon arrangementsmade Advices from Matamoras say that Mass., or Dr. W. IL PARKER, graduate of
bas established from the mouthof in r
a quarantine Harvard Medical College,25 years'practice O -
for their benefit abroad, we should see and ton who be consulted confidentially. Office, ..
the Rio Grande to Laredo. Rienoso may
"I am by no means disposed to abandon to it that they are not deceived; and if wean followCUatamoras' and No.4 Bulfinch St. Specialty, Diseases of:Man. ktika
e the interests and the rights of our people generous and liberal to a neighboring Camargo example, Cat this out. You mar never see It a aln.r.iS Gent's Furnishing Goods

, in the premises, or to neglect their grievances country our people should reap the advan- declared a quarantine against Texas.A tilt
and I therefore turn to the contemplation dysentery epidemio in Iowa and Lafay-
; of it return of and fir
liberality
tages by a gen r r- I
ette counties Wisconsin is spreading. -'f
of a plan of retaliation as a mode, ;
erosity. a
Billy Cole who shot two men at a dance ALSOCROCKERY
which still remains, of treatinz the situation. "These the which
are subjects partisan-
." near Guide Rock, Nek, wu taken from jail i 1p.

..... ..... ..... ..... ship should not disturb or confuse. Let us by masked men and hanged on a railroad -
survey the ground calmly and moderately, !;;t ; II
the of National bridge.Twentyfour.
"Plainly stated policy
and having put aside other means of settle- Louis wholesale liquor GLASSWARE totBe
retaliation manifestly embraces the infliction i St. j
ment, if we enter upon the policy of retaliation trust by I 1
of the greatest harm upon those dealers intend to oppose the whisky
let us pursue it firmly, with a determi- Ita
who have injured us, with the least possible building( an immense distillery.
subserve the interests of
nation only to our
I damage to ourselves. There is eluo an evident William Alford, aged twelve, near Con-

propriety. well as an invitation to people and maintain he high standard and nersville, Ind., is dying of hydrophobia HARDWARE'AND MA
the becoming pride of American citizenship.
moral support, found in visiting upon them "GROVES CLEVELAND, He has bitten his mother and sister.
the kind of No one can account for the rabies.
offending party same measure or
"EXECUTIVE MANSION, August i3, 1888" tIlIS.
treatment of which we complain, as far as James Peters was shot and killed by Ed. Ltr.c

possible within the same lines. And above Canadians Surprised. Hoffman at Indianapolis Sunday. Hoffman .

all things the plan of retaliation, if entered NEW YORK Aug. 27.-The Herald's Ottawa claims it was an accident. The parties occupied s.
should be and the same house and quarreled.The .
upon, thorough vigorous. special says: The president's message j
I transactions of Co!. Frank M. Potts,
to the senate recommending the enforce
"These considerations lead me at this timeto ment of retaliatory measures against Can- Chattanooga Tenn., are not elear to the IIII
Goods.These
invoke the aid and counsel of the congress ada, has caused much surprise. Tbe premier revenue officem. One hundred whisky barrel %', Ship. Chandlery IIt

and its support in such a further grant of is absentjn Nova-Scotia, .from..wbat can be with.tmcanceled stamps were found In
as seems to me necessary**nd' desirable his establishment. T
power gleaned from the. cabinet. officers In the city, .
to render effective the poke L1 have; Indi. it would -,&eem hat the proposed. ;i action Fort Recovery, 0., is to have a monument n

cated. The congress has already passed a law causes ,more, 'surprise than alarm. The where the soldiers.... fell In the Indian wars, 8f a
which received execntivs..aseeatThe.third -17'01-95.' -
clause providing for equal canal privilegesIs a
day of March, 18ST, providing that in ease In every way satisfactory, as it held here Another move to renew the county seat v

American fishing vessels being or visiting in that no discrimination at present exists in war in Wichita county, Kansas, was mad will be the main features of mj i

the waters or at any of the ports of the Brit favor of Canadian vessel Friday night by two of the county commissioners t

dominions of North America, should be, or The abolition of the bonded system Is stealing away the commissiomsrs1 K.At>!Rr'. ,,* i-'AVORlTE. business, but orders sent me for an J- t

lately been deprived of the rights to which viewed with greater anxiety, as it will boubt- records and removing-them to Farmer City. : .IYHH CUT or OHDEH.

they.were entitled by.treaty, or law, if they less incur heavy liabilities on the government Robert Carrick's friend trill try to return '" na 3t 1p1: YLwnnfewlIIIDSCh'II thing kept in any store in Titur, tt

certain other therein him representative of the ... rbco for terms and
were denied privileges, in order to enable the Canadian linesto to congress as a t sour (
specified or vexedand, harrassed in the en- Republicans of Ttppecanoe and Clinton counties *. joa c not find our ajjent write dUe will be promptly filled. \ "'
the for the
meet requirements trafflo 'nfl'-++Tr'tA+Tc-atoyoubeiownntnet 'I
joyment of the same. The president might Indiana. 1
: which would then be shipped to the Canadian -
to vessels and their masters and Senator Evarts kas stated positively to the
deny crews seaboard Prominent officials, whiledeplol'in .I s G ? ,
of the British dominions of North Americaany National publican Committee that it weald A
DALLAi
; any possible interruption of the -.h LMON oQJAHENY J
entrance Into the waters ports or har- existing commercial relations between Can- be entirely inconslataat, with his state oj i lL ,+ ATLANTA G'\.lxFR1Aptt0.'

bors of the United States and also deny ada and the United States express the belief health and congressional duties, to malt tt Q. i

entry into any porVor place of the United campaign speeches. He heartily endorsed
that If a policy of non-intercourse Is adoptedit
of of said dominions candidates ..and thinks that the impor- Will Fruits Eggs Chickens
States
r any product or would lead to the development of channelsof the WANTED, buy 1 ,
other goods coming from said Dominion to communication In Canada which would tance of the issues to the country call flip j

the United States." ultimately prove highly advantageous to the earnest efforts on: the .part; of all Repub Reliable and J\ tIYe Men to travel for an ,

cities of Montreal Quebec St. Andrews St. licans. Established House during the summer month Or Country Produce my cu.tefetn !
,
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"In the year 1888 notice was received by Texas fever has broken out In Mason Those who can furnish a hone and Kite security any
John and Halifax.
the representatives of our government that county, Illinois, and is extending to Chris- preferred.penses. A Money great advanced chance for monthly the right to pay men ex-t or friends may bringto

our fisheries would no longer be allowed to Comment tian county. State age business experience and to Bare time -

ship their fish in bond and free of duty :' NEW YORK, Aug. 27.-COmmenting on the Jake Kilraia's admirers headed by a brass better send names and address of references. No market. J I

through Canadian, territory to this country, president's retaliation the World band will meet him when he arrives in New attention paid to postal cards. Never mind about
message
for Address "
sending stamp reply. "BUSINESS .
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and ever since* that time such shipment ha says: "The president has completely cir- York and escort him to his hotel Box 11,Richmond, Va. 93mo.

been denied. cumvented the Republican portion of the 4 4I 4to
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fenate. He has taken from the Republican I Horse Flesh In Paris. TO OUR READERS.
"During the last six years the imports and
politicians the power to arouse New Eng- The inspector of butcheries at Paris I flE I
exports of British Canadian provinces car- Malaria or Ague Surely Cured the public patronage ;
land and the country generally by theory has I ask for a share of '
under the just published a report on tho sale of
ried across our territory provi- In this broad assertion, we speak not falsely,but
sions granted by our laws, amounting in that the administration is lacking in pluck horse flesh in the French capital. It appears state positively that these and all miasmatic and a* a supplicant, net a I Ie
come
and dignity, and is not equal to maintainingthe poisons can be radically driven from the ,
value to about $270,000,000 nearly all of the consumption of this meat, in a system

which were goods dutiable under our tariff shows rights of our citizens with The president more or less concealed form. Las increased : and tIronic a permanent cases, whose cure tetttmonialt guaranteed.bear Thousands trid' ,tt. have of dictator, asking for your faven.
great familiarity the subject in
laws by far the larger part of this traffic, I I to an extraordinary extent. been cured by our infallible remedy which contain _
consisting of exchanges of goods between all its phases. In the absence of a treaty he I, Home Journal. neither quinine arsenic,or anything injurious. If courteous treatment,good

Great Britain and her American provinces, is justified in calling for these measures of Full treatment.free: by old physician of highest
retaliation. there will be standing also trial remedy sent on of b
Naturally some receipt ad. goods and low figures
brought to and carried from our ports in dress toASAHEL
Irritation as a resultant but the Canadians Remedy for easirknc!s.
their own vessels MEDICAL BCKEAU.291 BBOADWAT, N.T93mo. .
"I recommend Immediate. legislative action cannot object to the application of the same Hold your breath and contract your the candidate for

conferring upon the executive the rules which they apply In commercial inter- abdominal muscles Is the remedy for seasickness -

power to suspend by proclamation the operation course with us. Congress cannot well re- suggested by an English physician XOTICE.On public favor, --

of all laws and regulations permitting refuse to comply however with much the the request of the Dr. E. P. Thurstan, who speaks Monday the 1st day of October next then I'm

\he transit of goods wares and merchandise president, Republican from e\perience-Boston uJet. I will apply to lion. Minor S. Jones, Co.
of the
in bond across or over the territory of the, der partisans the circumstances senate may the protest whole, and un- Judge of Brevard county, Fla., for leaveto elected.Yours .

United States to or from Canada." countrywill claim the interest of
cordially and justify the action After long experience of the world, I quit Texas Shef-
The president then gives his construction suggested." approve affirm before God I never knew a rogue field, a minor, in and to the following;

of the treaty provisions and comes to,the Tribune who was notunhappy.Junius."Silence real estate in said county : The southeast anxious to please.
conclusion that has the The says: "The great light has
of
government i of southeast } section 22, township
right under these provisions to terminatethe dawned upon the president. His message is 21 south, range 34 east.
else than adherence to is golden, which may account .
the
nothing a tardy
operation of the commonly called fisheries W. S. BELL Gnar
ian.
be has been and for the belief of that silence a.a-V-a
policy opposing seeking todefeat many :
articles of treaty. He goes on then: Titusville, Fla., Aug. 22, 1888 IStd s. H.
"But statues granting to the people of by a compromise of our, ;unquestioned at times indicates cuilt.:

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THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, AUG. 30, 1888. 7tBlRTY

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.FOOO IIVES iST. L. C. OLIVER. F. T.. BUDGE.QLrvEIR MASTER'S SALE.

Notice is hereby given that under and

& BUDGE I: y virtue of a final decree of sale and fore-
STEAMERS COUJDg IN THE closure rendered by the ,Honorable JohnD.

t)CAN OF SAN F AN &8 o. Broome, Judge of the Circuit Court for
BAY Dealers in the Seventh Judicial Circuit of the State of

Florida, on the 29th day of May, A. D.
! 0..a.. 'HOB Down the Chester fa a 1888, in a certain cause in Chancery therein -

'Di rig sad Stales Her In Btftyioy'ol GEORGIA PINE LUMBER pending in the Circuit Court for Brevanl

.I) Water-n. S.oo.d Great County and for the circuit aforesaid,wherein -
Dwight M. Seward is complainantand
gtty CoUUl Within a Fortelf William Cleveland is defendant, I as

au 'J'LUCISCO, Aug./24-The steamer SHINGLES AND LATHS. Master in Chancery, will sell, for cash, to

at1"a-ter. while on her way from this the highest bidder,on :Monday,August 6th,
Eureka on the northern coast o< 1888, the same being the first Monday in

tIJ1 ca1ffOrala to was struck by the steamer; General :E1ard.vvare the month, in front of the Court House
door in Titusville. Brevard
III the Bay of Ban Praacisoo, and County,
o-me of water. A heavy Florida, between the legal hours of sale,all

,mast prenJ1ed 1D lfty at fathoms the time, and the Chester whistle Sash Doors and Blinds ; Stoves Tinware and Crockery. All the following that certain described lot, or real tract estate of land, to-wit with:
her
Lpwo slowly, blowing
., e rtrernlar intervals. rrewatly the Oceanic, being on Merritt's Island, in the county of

tatta from Hoof Kong and Yokohama, Brevaril and State of Florida, ilebcribttll ss
p.A..IN""TS AL'D OILS
innrertd the signal and the Cheater then 9 follows, to-wit :
for the Oceanic to bop to the port The north half of the south-east quarters
blew
rfda. Refrigerators Water Coolers Ice Cream Freezers ( e i) of section ten ((10), in township
.
.
Xbls the Oceanic started to do* but there twenty-four((24), south of range thirt -iix
to ((36)) east. Also the east half of the south
misunderstanding as
But relative bare been position a of the vessels for in a Screen Wire, Screen Windows, Screen-Wire Doors. east quarter of the south-east quarter of
tb section ten (10),township twenty-four (24),
Oceanic
moment the blf black bow of the south of .range thirty-six ((36)) eat, containing -

tort broadside into the Chaster teat ing -- POWDER AT NEW YORK PRICES. one hundred acr(..
my aU the latter upper wort and cutting Witness my hand and seal this 31*t day

la in two ail the way down the port side. of May, A. D. 1888.
disabled vessel TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. WALTER S.
The water poured into the ; 4 GRAHAM.
uA the went down with whirl Master in Chancery.
Of the cabin passengers the following are 'BIG MONEY f I 5.00" AGENTS: AVANTED: at once to supply Ten Million voters JoNEsVILLIAMB, .
known to be lost: G. W. Andrews, of Oakland TITUSVILLE I with tile only official lives of Complainant's solicitors- 115tS03ELG3BETT3MC

,CaL; Mrs. & E. Prater, of San Diego; CLEVELAND AND THURMANBy
Kn. CL H. Haney, of Eureka, CaL; J. H. : ,
Hampton and wife, of Virginia Nev.; C. T. U. Ilensel;also life of}h'II. Cleveland; exquisite steel portraits. Voters' Cartridge Box. Re
CaL, and Miss Davis, FURNITURE STORE. form Trade 1'ohcy &c., complete. Agents report immense' success. For best work, apply quick and
Ckris,of Bpringville make $JOO to$6w a month. Outfit 3 c. HUBBARD BROS., Philadelphia Pa.
hi niece; J. Greer of ZC&pa.' CaL, Mrs.
and Mrs. Porter. EVAPORATORSMILLS
Jteech The following members of the crew were TROPICAL AND SUB-TEOPICAL FRUITS AND FLOWERS.

fob Fe R. Chambers, steward; R. Fulton Egyptian Queen Pine Slips.

ad Adam Richmond Frosolier .
There were twenty-three steerage passen- INDIAN RIVER NURSERIES.Bone ,

pn.aboard the vessel only two of whom Meal, Tobacco Stems, Cotton-seed Meal, Cow Peas & Fertilizers.
PROPRIETOR.
been accounted for. The others were
bm And Syrup Makers' Supplies.
lot 'After the steamer went down some CATALOGUE MAILED FREE. TERMS CASH.

fifty or sixty persons who were clinging to JOHN B. BEACH, Indian River Nurseries, East Melbourne, Fla.
,life-preservers and wreckage were saved.J. .
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L. Mumell, one of the passengers on Parlor Suites I For Catalogue and Copy of Sorghum

the Qty one of of Chester the boats, says and bo that helped the to crew cutaway JY1allory: S. S. Line, Grower's Guide, address; .


Bring deserted themselves.the passengers and only thought of Bed Room Suites, NEW YORK AND FLORIDA.FROM CHAPMAN & CO, MADISON, IND.,

the Oceanic the Chinese crew became
On ,
tarrof-strteken as oon aa the accident occurred NEW YORK CITY, TOOM FERNANDINA, THE
and much time was lost in loweringthe Beds, Mattresses, PIER 21, E. R., EVERY FRIDAY. CEXTRE STREET WHARF EVERY THURSDAY.

boats, but still the boats when they XEW YORK, BOSTON AXI PHILADELPHIA.

were lowered did good work picking up Springs The Iron Steamships STATE OF TEXAS, CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, RIO AUTOMATICSELFSKIMMING
those who were floating in the bay and
GRANDE, compose the Florida Service.
Detaining themselves on bits of wreckage

One Chinaman showed bravery by Jumping Passage Rates. between Florida and New York alwaysthe
into the sea from the deck of the Oceanic And everything in the FURNITURE Lowest.

i and reccuing a child from the arms of A line. Call and see the New Stock 'B" Rates of Freight always Low as Competing Lines. .

drowning man and floating with it until just received. Early Morning Train Every Thursday from points on J. T. & K. W. Railway
:
AND
picked up by the boat connects with steamer same day at Fernandina.
f When the Chester:, finally sank one of her wooden
full supply of metallic and
Keeps
i guards caught a boat with given people 1:11t, SCHEDULE. Perpetual Evaporators
! four of whom had just been rescued, and all Coffins Cases and Caskets. N'oRTH-Boin Steamships sail from :Fernandina every Thursday p. m., after .
were pulled under water. Three of them arrival of trains from South Florida, and 9:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. trains from Jack- I

were-drowned. Funerals attended if desired. All orders sonville, as follows: AND THE

I THE FIFTIETH CONGRESS.! promptly executed, and at reasona- CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder.Thursday, Aug.. 2nd
rates: Embalming done. 22 STATE OF TEXAS, Captain Williams.Thursday, 9th Improved Victory Cane Mill
I"rocHdJDr of Both Ifonsca For the CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder.Thursday, 16th

One Hundred wad Mighty-Plffh J>.,.. STATE OF TEXAS, Captain Williams..Thursday, 23rd OUR SPECIALTIES.Also .
The senate was not Urtesslen. CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder..Thursday, 30th
In the house the bill to restrict Chinese Geo. B. Eumph.A SooTH-liorsD-Steamships sail from New York, Pier Xo. 21,E. 1:, foot of Fulton street every Friday, Portable Soda Fountains.
immigration was considered until 6 p. m., at 3 p.m., aa follows:
July 6th, 13th, 20th, 27th; August 3rd. 10th,17th, 24th, 31st; September 7th, 14th 21st 28th
when the house adjourned.On HTxI. LINK OF 4g Direct all Freight via Mallory Steamship Line from Pier>o. 21 E. IS., New York. B@.. Prices Low and Goods Guaranteed.
Hnndr4 aDd Eighty-Sixth Dry. 4 Special Agents are 'located at all principal points through Florida, where tickets.can be secured and
In rcadkrtion dincng GENTS' FINISHING; GOODS.ROBERT information obtained.49Staterooms .
the senate a was passed
and btrths secured in advance from Jacksonville and:Fernandina office.
the postmaster general to report the .o: -Trains from F. R. & N. R'y. run directly to ship's; side at Fernandina. ARTESIAN WELLS.
dstos pcwtmartors for services rendered .Any further information can be obtained fromJ.
Utween July 1664, and July 1884. A resolution M. CUTLER Passenger Agent corner. Bay and Hogan, streets, Jacksonville, Fla. V
R. W. hOUTHWICK Agent }Fernaudma FlaH
was also adopted calling on the secretary H. RAYMOND General Traveling Agent

ef war for a Itatement of war claims on C H. MALLORY & CO General Arab Pier 20 E. R. NEW YORK CITY.
which adverse action had been taken by the -, ,, ,, N. C. BRYAN & CO.Are .
department. The fisheries treaty was taken

vp IIOa.te,Mr..Morgan speaking. At 0 p. m. the t h% prepared to contract for any size

In the house, various resolutions In regard Artesian Wells and Water Supply, and
j 'to tariff abuses: were offered ond referred. .
\ solicit correspondence for Cheap Term
BIDS 'were introduced. Mr. Gooevenor ,
offered a resolution alleging violations of at

the postal laws la Ohio. The hill detailing t '. ..
seders of the army and navy to educational _. I'J ii2 4i, I:! TITUSVILLE, FLA. 15

institutions was withdrawn for lack of a .i ..... ..
/

called quorum up, and,and passed.the_Chinese At 9 p.restriction m. the houseadjourned bill THIS SPACE IS RESERVEDFOR NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. '


OM Hundred a.4 Eighty Seventh Day. FINE LINEN .
If have
la the senate the fisheries treaty was taken you any

op and voted upon. It was rejected; yeast
;BAYS,8X( A resolution was reported to OLD FURNITURE,

appropriate $300,000 for the enppre*ion of J. BIl .NBAUM
yellow fever.' The Chinese bill was reported Such as .
back and the conference report oo the naval IIUIST'S I ..
Appropriation bill agreed fea After passing CHAIRS, ..
ilerjs number of private pension bills, the Fresh Garden SeedsSold SOFAS n.
THE ONE PRICE CLOTHIER.Clyde's .
Sate,_at 5s93 p. m. adjourned. Retail Prices. Will or
la the of California at Philadelphia
house Mr. Morrow ORGANS ..
make special orders and prices to ,
ad a personal explanation of his course on
the Chinese bill. The deficiency appropria- parties wanting seedsin PIANOS, :
*faa bin was. considered. The resolution ac- bulk.

tepting the statue*of Stockton and Kearney Geo. B. Rumph. BUREAUS, ,
from the state of New Jersey was adopted.OoBsUUratfon .
BEDSTEADS
of the deficiency. bill was' reo 19 Titusville Fla. ,

soloed and at 5 p. m. gy house adjourned. I Or any other Furniture that you wish

fee Hundred and hty-Elfhth Day. PORTER & POTTER RE-VARNISHED AND POLISHED,
la the senate .bill was reported granting: ,
t pension (3,600 a yea to the widow olG Call on the undersigned, at the head

.. Bheridan. A resolution 'was adopted Nei York Charleston &Florida S. S. Line. of Main Street, Titusville, where you
ailing for information in regard to the re- Real Estate Dealers can have all or any of the above articles
ant massacre la Corea. The resolution ap- made to look as well as New; or will

P"Opri&t1nII2OO.000 for the suppression of Worth Dade Co., Fla. The Elegant Steamers of this Line are appointed to sale call at residences when work can not be
yiUow fever was considered and passed.handler's Lake moved. Also all kinds of Ornamental
FROM: J AO .SC>JSrVJLLE.:
Louisiana outrage resolution was Lake Worth Florida is the most tropical part of Sign Painting a specialty.
i
discussed until 8:15 p. m., when the senate the State. It lies parallel with the ocean beach, Is SEMINOLE, (New). Thursday, Aug. 9th, 6:00 a m
\, 2S miles long, of an average by width an inlet of one and mile is no-, ia I CHEROKEENew). Thursday, Aug. 16th, 12:30 p m 'w B. :E.NOX.
In connected with the ocean
the house the conference report on the where over three-quarters of a mile from the ocean. SEMINOLE, (New). Thursday, Aug. 23rd, 6:30 a m Titusville, flu.
"ny: appropriation bill was presented and The fishing and hunting cannot be excelled,pom- CHEROKEE,(New).Thursday, Aug 30th, 11:30 m Utf,
after
debate barracata, sheephead and
postponed. The conference re- pano,blue fish tea trout,
rt.on the naval bill was presented and other fine fish being easily caught by trolling or FROM: : FEB.N ANDIN, NOTICE.
and wild turkey are plentifultnthe it
Pfcd The general deficiency bill 'was with a net Deer the chain of fresh water AfternoonAfter Gainesville Fla., .
pine woods beyond E.erySunday SLANT* OFFICE at ,
dacua.d }
until when the house ad- Worth. Beautiful co-
Spun, lakes which lie west of Lake July 30, 18S3.
s journed. are in bearing all along the shores of arrival of the
coanut groves,and guavas.mangoes sapadilloa, alligator TRAIN Notice is hereby given that the.follow-
lake CO.'S
the
One Hamdr and Eighty-Ninth Day. pears,sugar apples,Spanish limes.Jamaica apples, ,FLORIDA RAILWAY: AND NAVIGATION .. ing-named settler has tiled notice of his

lath*senate six vetoes of pension bills tamarinds, coffee,,gcosberry almonds trees dates maumee figs, oranges.e apples. Leaving Jacksonville at 2:45 p. m. i intention to make final proof support of
sawed and referred. A resolution maumee sapotas I his claim and that said proof will be made
,lemon,citron and all kind of tropical traitaand Sunday, Aug. 5th DELAWARE Sunday Aug. 19th ,
Was adopted to meet a&noon hereafter in- flowers are doing finely here. This is the most DELAWARE YEMASSEE -- Sunday Aug. 12th I|YEMASSEE Sunday Aug. C6th before A.A.Stewart,clerk Circuit Court.
gad of 11.. m. A resolution accepting a eastern part of Florida being 100 miles east of the Titusville.Fla.,on Sept. 28th, 1SS8. viz:
New York
to sail from Pier 29, East River
the Gulf
This brings Steamers are appointed
** of longitude of Jacksonville Evans of Micco. Fla.D. b
Garibaldi considered. Mr.ndltr Chas. II. M. ;
was other
than at
land here
:Stream: nearer to the any Every Tuesday and Friday at 3 o'clock, P. M. Sec. 36 Tp. 29 S. IJ. 3&
lot 6
continued his speech on the Louis- of the coast, and thus insures the most even 2119 for the
]ant outrages The president's message was part temperature of any place in the United States. A The freight and passenger accommodations arc unsurpassed.: Every attention will be .
"WMTidia manuscript, and a motion to ad- large acreage is put in garden truck every winter. given E.He names the following witnesses to
tomatoes beInVgrown
to 20.000 bnihels of early iStSSSSSSSSSSsiSTork via Clyde's Florida Line'ier29., East River.
** from 15,000 residence upon,
foe reading H was oarried-yeas every year, which bring from $1.50 toM toFemamUnaTFla. prove his continuous
nn AtiilSp.- m. the senate ad- 00 per busheL Good hotel, Mores and post- For further J. A. onjatlonapply: .7. A. LESLIE Agent and cultivation of, said land viz: ,
offices are convenient Lots of all sizes and prices &S W.Bay St.,Jacksonville,Fla. William Hindle, Joseph Paine. Joseph -
In the house wuredby the above firm, who have almost all of TTIKO G. EGER. Traffic Manager, WM. P. CLYDE & CO., GF J'L AGTS., aud William Ernonek,
after the hour bud- Williamson,
N.Y.
morning
the best land to ell. Parties buying now will in a M Broadway,X.Y. 12 South Wharves Philadelphia,35 Broadway
:.* the army appropriation. conference short time, more than double the purchase money F. M. IRONMONGER, Jr.,General Traveling Agent Jicisonnlle.Florida. all of)Ii v co, Fla. _
'.M was considered. 5 to 10 acres all fronting on Lake S. C. CRlat. .
A resolution
was Lots
joint & for the
Prices an acre. Anyone VENTILATORS have been constructed- the iron steamers *
minced $30 to $300 Since last season Ile gister :
l authorizing the to veto Worth
president enclose stamp to tie and 1G (
wishing further' Information better transportation of Oranges Vegetables. .. ; .
fa bills. The
jjjojcations _
appropriation c : t ,
firm. .
above oj ...
wnt's R .
retaliation .
message in regard to r -
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8 THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, AUG. 30, 1SSS. .

I i r --
not -Mr. A. C. Gardner returned Tuesday Advice to Mothers. FOR r
LOCAL L.ACOXICS. forms us that the season was a pros- Hn.WL'QLOTB SoorranroSTBCp should alwiys I SALE.
-Miss Launie Harrison started for perous one altogether and that they are evening from his summering at Rochester be used when children are cutting teeth. It re- A tract of land on Indian Hirer tJat
lieresthelittlenflenntonce;it produces nAtural,
this glad to get back to Indian River. N. Y. quiet aleep,and the little cherub awak ee as'bright county of Brevard.. consign 3
Mims morning.Mr. i
acres; it being lot No.3 soutM
as a button. It is TOT pleasant to taste. It and
F. B. Sackett and Mr.Brownlee, -When is the Titusville DemocraticClub -\Iiss Beckie Mims, Miss Katie Hamilton soothes the child softens, the guns allaysall pain of the northeast quarter of section 35

of Heath, arrived in town Tuesday.Mrs. to hold their next meeting? The and her mother, of :Mims, are in regulatesthebowea for diarrhoea, whether andiathebestknownremedy arising from teething or and lot No. 3, being the southwttquar-
and her mother other causes. Twenty-fire cents a bottle. ter of the northwest
weather was so moist last 'Vednesdafet'ening town to-day-Miss Katie quarter of section
C. D. Rhoads and child are on J. PRITCHARD President. 36, both in township 31 south, *! ,Cnt'
that the Dem. birds were went down on the steamer Georgiana to range
young
visit to friends at Enterprise this week. W. M. BROWN Cashier. east. This b a very desirable piece
a I afraid to come out, for fear of getting visit friends at City Point-Miss Beckieis hammock, soil; of rich quality, oi

The steamer Georgiana, commenced I their feathers wet. on a visit to relatives at Brantley, but INDIAN RIVER BANK for the raisins of all tropical fruits suitabU Is I

running in the place of the Rockledge Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Belcher and baby, will spend a day or so here with her friend situated at the Narrows,near Enoa"J'OSt.
Monday morning.Mr. office. Will sell cheap for cash.
.
returned Thursday evening form Oak- Mrs. Gruber. Titusville, Florida.A particulars address For

David Wingood of City Point, well, Georgia where Mrs. Belcher has -The STAR is ahead again this week GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRAN K. M. LOW.

left on this morning's train for LaGrange been spending the summer. Yellow fever leading out with all the political news SACTED. I Sept. 3. Brockton.Mass.GRAND (

' on a visit to friends. was getting to close to them, so they local as well as national, the latter inclu- prompt Exchange attention bought given and to sold.collections.Special Loans and

Messrs. J. F. Lewis and Zeke Rena- returned to Indian River. ding the Presidents's Retaliation message negotiated Banks, Corporations on first and mortgage Individuals.for Saving Inter. I YIEWHOTEL; --

ker started down the river with the Ruby Messrs. Geo. and Will Gleason, and and Thurman's opening campaign speech. est allowed on time deposits.81OOOOO TITUSVILLE 1 -S

Dye Tuesday afternoon.Mrs. John B. Beach, of Eau Gallic, and Melbourne The local political situation is also quite : TO LOANOn -()-, FLA.

Carl C. Curtiss returned on arrived here with the sloop Nettle interesting. We are determined to give First-class Real Estate. .
Monday evening's train from several Sunday evening. Mr. Geo. Gleason the news in spite of the "yellow jack." Tic most centrally located Hotel in City!
Advances made upon available collateral. -()-
months' visit to Louisiana. and Mr. Beach, started Monday morningfor Miss Fambrough, of Scull Shoals, is a Approved business paper discounted. NEW HOUSE. FIRST-CLASS IX t

r -Messrs. Oliver & Budge received yes- a trip north, visiting Ohio and New I young woman of nerve and mind. The Drafts on all parts of Europe. EVERY nF PECT. 9t

terday the first shipment of lumber since York. other day her father's jersey bull attacked Business done at Jacksonville rates. Open all the year round. Table Unsar.
Every favor consistent with boundbanking
him and in fair to kill him.
a
was
the "yellow flag" was hung out at Jack -Mr. O. F. Laney killed a monster His wife saw him fall, and way ran toward cheerfully extended. passed. Bath Rooms Free.

sonville. rattlesnake last Friday afternoon while him, but the daughter, more thoughtful, Jacksonville CORRESPONDENTS, Fla.; The: Bank Seaboard of Jacksonville National Rates, $L50 & $3.OO per Day tipApt

-Mr. W. Watton, of Sherwood, has out in the woods a short ways from townon first got the ax, and running up, hit the Bank,New York. 23 SPECIAL RATES PER WEEK.

some very fine Sicily lemons this sea- Q horseback. With one load of buckshot bull ned him a tremendous so that the father whack had that time stun-to A. L. Hatch & Son J. ..1. MILLER, Proprietor.
killed the mother rattlesnake and ,
on trees from which he had he --- ---- "-
son,
grown get up, grab the ax and bury its headin
sown the seed. eleven young ones. Laney says it was the skull of the brute. DEALERS IN INDIAN RIVER ART GALLERY t\I

-Mr. John H. Grant, of Jupiter, was the largest rattler he ever saw. DRY GOODS NOTIONS :."

in town Monday, undergoing a medical -Mr.\ Charles D. Sweet was caught on DIED, FICKENS TrilXEB JII'
At his residence in Baltimore, Md., on ,
examination prior to his being admitted our streets Tuesday afternoon by a STAR Sunday, the 19th inst., Col. John N. Prit- Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery, Photographer, It'tlr

into the Life-Saving Service.Mr. reporter, who ascertained that he had chard, after a brief illness, aged 76 years. Stationery, Family Medi- .-
Views Eat Coast and Indian
on Rittra
moved1toTitus'ille been spending some time at El Dora Deceased was the paternal parent of our
J. C. Phares has cines, Garden Sebds, Specialty.
and him- esteemed townsman, Mr. Jas. Pritchard, UDe
fishing, surf-bathing, enjoying
from City Point, and has opened. a of the Has the only Authorized PHOTOGRAPH
and he was well-known by
self :Mr. Burt. Walker many CHOICE GROCERIES
generally. was PRESIDENT CLEVELAND
PARTY
boarding-house near the railway water older residents of Indian River. OF AND
also with him. They returned to El that has ever been made during their patti
tank, where cheap board can be Hay, Corn, Mapes Fertilizers.
very
Monday
Dora yesterday.It At her residence in Titusville on travels. Orders by mail receive prompt .it
obtained. morning, the 27th inst., Mrs. Gailer, CITY POIXT, FLORIDA. attention. 49-tima.; .
officially announced that lines to wife of Mr.\ Valentine Gailer, from complications --- .
Messrs. Oliver & Budge are pleasedto ----- ---- -
the north will not accept baggage from of childbirth, aged 37 years.
and
friends
inform their customers WE CALL THE ATTENTIONOf .
The interment at LaGrange
Jacksonville Orlando Plant Tam- was cemeteryon
City,
that they can now be furnished at short Monday afternoon, llev. Jas. Bolton t9
St. Marks\ and the people of Indian River to our stock of Goods,
notice with anything in the line of lum- pa, Punta Rassa, pointson preaching the funeral sermon. Deceasedwas which we are offering at very close margin.We .
ber, etc. the Manatee river. Baggage going to highly respected in this vicinity and make a specialty of fcSfl
point south of a line drawn from leaves husband and two children to
-Owing to his being quarantined at any X. C. and Tenn. mourn her loss !
Wilmington, Memphis,
Pablo, Rev. H. B. Frazee could not at- Groceries Grain Hay and Flour
will not be accepted from any place in
tend the Quarterly Conference which Florida.Mr.. I.\. Call for Brevard County i aa i

was announced last week for Saturday, Democratic Convention.The .
On which will inducements. We stock olGENT'S
we give special carry a large
the 25th inst. I and Mrs. Geo. X. Hatch return Democratic of Brevard

-Don't forget the concert at Wager's ed from their bridal trip north last Thurs- county will hold a party convention at the FURNISHING GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES HATS AND CAPS ETC., S&

Hall next Wednesday evening for the day evening, and the following day Court-house, in Titusville, on Wednesday Which we are offering at low figures. Those needing shoes will find it greatly to .
,
found them cosily arranged in their new of 1888 at their interest to give us a call as we are selling shoes very low.
the 5th
day September, ,
benefit the Church.
yf Presbyterian We will be pleased to at time. Ia
home at City Point. Their trip was a of quote prices any
three o'clock m. for the
purpose
The of the concert in p.
programme appears
E. L. BB..A.DY B3FLO-
another column. most enjoyable one, lasting several weeks, making Democratic nominations to fill I
in which they visited most of the large

-1IondayVas the first time the mail cities and summer resorts on the Atlan- the State following Senator offices from: the 13th District, THE SIMPLEST IS THE BEST. fa i!
arrived time from the north since the
on
tic coast. a member of House of Representatives 3*
yellow fever was declared in Jackson- -Rev. Jas. Bolton will preach at La- from Brevard county, County Judge, I
ville. The train is generally fro.m one to Clerk of the Circuit Court, Superin- yy
Grange on Sunday next,at 11 a. m. He fc
two hours late. tendent of Public Instruction, County
will also preach a sermon on Temperance Surveyor, County Assessor of Taxes, IIt
-Rev. Mr. Bolton held service at the Reform in Presbyterian Church, Titus- County Tax Collector, County Treasurerand

Presbyterian church Sunday morningand ville at 7:30 p. m. Subject-''Mental Sheriff; also a new Democratic THE I
evening. Quite a number from La- Executive Committee. 1: 1
suasion for men who think; Moral suasionfor I fcu
Grange and Mims were present at the Each precinct will be.entitled to the ,
men who drink ; Legal suasion for the :
following number of delegates:
evening service. drunkard maker; Prison suasion for the TROYWIND }
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Barker's Bluff... .1 Haulover..2 -
-Mr. Blackwell, of Palatka, has rented law-breaker." City Point..3 LaGrange...........4 I

the Wesson cottage, on Julia street, Canaveral ...........1 Merritt's Island..2 ,
and moved into the same a few days ago -Sheriff Bowman made a trip to Cocoa Eau Gallie..........3 Malabar ............1 ,
with Peter Reddick on Thursdry last, Eden..l l\Ielbourne..l MILLHas
:Mr. Blackwell has ,
accepted a positionin and at Cocoa Peter showed the sheriff Fort Drum......... 2 Xarrows.............1
the store of G. B. Rumph. where he had hid the watch, belongingto Fort Pierce......... 2 Rockledge .........5
...........1 Titusville..5 less and
The new organ for the St. Johns Rey.Mr.Bush,a visiting tourist, whichhe I Georgiana pieces runs

Episcopal church was received last Fri- stole last spring. The watch was easier than any mill I'I
Concert at Wager'S Hall.
day, and placed in the church the follow- found under the Episcopal church, andis made.Mills I

ing day. It has all the requirements valuable time half On Wednesday, September 5th, there
a keeper, being a
will be a concert at the above hall, for
necessary for a desirable church organ. chronometer movement of Swiss man- the benefit of the Presbyterian Church. I

-Marshal Smith, we understand, has ufactuae. The programme is as follows : .. >. '
J ,. {" la. t
come out and announced that he is not a March.........................By the Brigade. ltiJ '.
-Capt. H. Q. Hawley started northon
candidate for the office of sheriff. Will "We SOldiers.Choir and
Song, are
Tuesday morning, expecting to be ,
this the convention that will be Company.Broom .
surprise
Tanks
about three months. While Derricks
held next week? Why thusly, Thomas? absent Drill,........................Company. Pumps
,
the Frost Line will continue in
away ,
Song, "Standard Bearer, ........
Messrs. Oliver & Budge can now fill the freight and lumber business under March ................................. ?? and Pipe Work put in complete and warranted. Pipe and fittings on t
all orders for lumber with command of When tI
promptnessand Capt. Hughes. Capt. and I
Recitation,"Marion's Men, lissRonald. short notice. Pumps of all kinds furnished repaired.
dispatch. Their orders which have Hawley returns to Indian River, we ex- For the where cash order I will a well
next accompanies ,
Song, "Just Before the Battle, .....Choir ninety days,
been delayed so long by the yellow fever pect to see him with his bride. We un- and Company. for $40, or well and force pump for $52.

quarantine are now arriving on every derstand the happy event is to come oft Recitation, "Abandoned Troop Horse," Call on or address JOHN MYERS,

train. next month. Miss Katie Pritchard. FLA.
12 Box 208, TITUSVILLE,
Messrs.: Jones and Williams have -The Messrs. Hodgsons, of Eau Gal- Duet, "A. B. C..Mrs. Turner and Mr. =--

moved into their new office, on Main lie, were in town Tuesday- with their new Atkinson
"
Recitation Sister's Beau BOBBINS & GRAHAM
street, and C. H. Scott, the barber, has steamer. She is a very roomy little craft "Entertaining Miss Ethel Rumph., ,

moved into their former quarters wherehe for her size is thoroughly well built
; Song, "I'd Choose to be a Daisy.MissesKatie .
has his tonsorial outfit neatly arranged and will comfortably carry twenty-five Pritchard and Jennie Altree.

passengers. At a later date she will Dialogue"Courtship Under Difficulties." REAL ESTATE BROKERS & LOAN AGENTS.

To Mr. Lee Rice the credit is due carry an excursion party to the Haulover Duet, "Larboard Watch,"... Irs. Turner _

for hauling the new organ last Saturdayfor from Titusville. She returned to Eau and Mr. Atkinson. .

the Episcopal Church. He very Gallic yesterday, many having yisited Recitation,.............Miss Lizzie English.

generously made no charge for the work, her during her short stay in Titusville.A Song, "Red Bandana,"........Misses Lena LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD.

t for kindly.Mr which. the members thank him very small steamer called the Telephone Song,. "God Norwood be'with and you Lena'till Gardner.we meet Loans Negotiated on First Class Security at from 12 to 24 per cent.

arrived here on two flat cars Monday eYe- again.Chorus and Company. 100 percent
in will investors
Choice lots rapidly growing Towns net
,
J. L. Harrison of Eau Eallie and
ning. The boat is about 50 feet long, in twelve months.
Mr. W. Wilson of Courtney, were in Notice.
flat bottom with side Quarantine
feathering gear on
Residence lots in Titusville from $20 up to S1000.
town Saturday.Mr Harrison spent a wheels. She is consigned to a man by Quarantine is hereby declared by this Business lots from $250 to 82,500.
few days this week also in town. There Board Jacksonville and surrounding
the of and from against -
I name Perry, a telegram
seems him.to be some attraction at Titusvillefor received from Melbourne asking the arrival Dade points.County Persons should provide intending themselves to visit Agents for Florida Southern Railway Lands.

of a steam launch it is suspectedthat
with health certificates
: unexceptional :More than ) ) Acres of Choice Lands located in nearly ever/
-Mr. J. A. Durst, Pioneer wellsinkerof she may be intended to run as a ferry -I as otherwise they may be subjected to 3,000,000 ,
Florida, is prepared to drill for arte- boat from Melbourne to East Mel detention or annoyance.For county in the State, suitable for Farming, Grazing, Fruit and Vegetable and

sian wells, or surface wells, and to at- bourne. the Board of Health of Dade Co., Growing-Pine, Cypress and Cedar Timber, price 81 per Acre
Fla. upwards.P. .
tend to all artificial .F
irrigation, hydraulicrams
-The artesian well drill RICHARD B. POTTER M.D. Pres.
only reached Box
0. 250 Titusville Florida.A. .
etc. Address Box 211 Ti- ,
,
pumps down about ten or twelve inches on Mon Lake Worth, Fla., Aug. 15,1888.
tusville, Fla.
day. A strata of limestone was passed A. STEWART, GEO. M. ROBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM.
-Capt. R. P. Paddison made a short TITUS HOUSE )I. D"
which hard flint itself.
was nearly as as Clerk Circuit Court. Atty. at Law.
trip to Seville on Monday to meet his That is the shortest distance drilled since TITUSTILLE, FLORIDA.

son, George, who has returned from the start, ordinarily the distances drilled BREVARD ABSTRACT OF TITLE COMPANY.

Point Caswell, N. C., to take a positionin per day have been from eight to forty PLEASANT LOCATION.

the auditor's ,office of the J. T. & K. i feet. In a few days Mr. Durst will have REASONABLE RATES. Complete Abstracts of Title furnished to all laud! In Bre

W. Railway at Seville. the necessary material for drilling more LARGE, COOL ROOMS. yard county, Florida. .J

Messrs. Cecil and Canova returned Special arrangements by the week or
rapidly. The distance reached yesterdaywas ;
Titles Examined and Perfected.Box i
Monday, from Mprehead City, X. C., about 450 feet with no perceptible month. 19 !

with their yacht Tarpon. Mr. Cecil, in- change from the. flow of salt and sulphur. MRS. S. A. SINGLETON, Proprietress. 25O, Titusville, Fla. j'j'Ii





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