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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: September 20, 1888
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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VOL. IX. TITUSVILLE, FLA., THURSDAY, SEPT. 20, 1888. NO. 22.


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ETdIOI-I.\ IIEAUO FHOM.fltotof aforesaid colored contingent, do hereby Calla,.e.'at. Melbourne. Eau tiallie Items.
, modestly demand that the
the Florida Star: nominees for the Senatorial selection and: County of The Messrs. Gulbrausens are buildinga Fine showers and everything growing Mr. Will. Gleaon paid Titusville a

SIB-I just got back from my ticket be made from the colored membersof boat for deep sea fishing in the Bighton finely. visit last week..

PEAB in Georgia last Saturday the grand old party, feeling confident the Dory model. The Oyster Boy with a load of brick and Mr. J. 0. R alton's yacht i is pulled up

summer sojourn that they who have always fought for The sea-grape is now in full fruit, the the Florence with a load of shingles for on the ways for repairs.The .
I have been holding revival ser- first time since the freeze and is Mr. Ely have arrived since our last.
night our rights (at the ballot box) and have largely schooner Cygnus, was out for a
yices at my old home in Valdosta during never deemed our social equality as cor- partaken of by the settlers and children Mr. Frank Lennon, chief cook at the cruise on Monday. .
Carleton lat winter who has conducted the
turm. My efforts were blessed rect as a general principle though it here. ,
the heated may Ir.V.. Wilson of Courtney visiting
Grand View at Chautauqua, N. Y., this was -
of col- be a& a personal one, will not deny It i is safe to that Canav-
ft the good Lord, and many my our pretty predict summer, was married to Miss Priscilla Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Walton last week.
modest and that the remembranceof eral will be the 9th of
request
unrepresented on
and brethren and sistern have gripped White last week. We heard rumors of the Mr. P. McMillan, county commissioner -
their own inability to name succes.fUlcandidates. October, if for no other reason, becausewe
the affair some time Our best wishes are left here for his
ago. winter home
of boarding gospel at
after
opportunity repeated failure will feel that one convention i is enough.An hereby extended to the
happy pair. this
offered in my exortashuns and it convince them of the wisdom of allowing Tropic, week.
addition has
as
train to our population arrived -
Lumber is the for
ra with a feeling of pride that Ian rvey ed the colored caucus to name the ticket or this week in the family of Mr. Hanna for S. F. Gibbs on and workmen ground are a engaged cottage Some of our citizens are much exercised
to the the
at least the important officers and as route county road will take
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the result of my labors before bidding the Senator.We especially I numbering eight, who will truck gar getting out window frames etc.,we believe. through Eau Gallie.

I left the field about den extensively on the Burnham rove We had call last week from
adieu. a pleasant
friends -
; shall be
The
to white
my pleased meet our this report of the subscribers towards
much to the of brethren year.Our Mr. L. C. Oliver, who was taking a trip for
three weeks ago regret on these questions providing building the Baptist church will be published -
his
list is health and business. Mr.
registration running danger partly on
'. and much the they will yield us the point. Otherwisewe as
brethren to soon as possible.
Bjnumerous ously near the point which will give us Oliver has supplied most of the lumber
nUef> of my_ white friends who claimed will of the be compelled to follow the exam- three delegates to the next convention used in this section and has orders here at Some of the various trees on Messrs.Hodgson's .
ple prohibition wing of the Dem
, efforts bid defiance to their peaceful instead of one as formerly. Canaveral present for about 40,000 feet. land are putting on a vigorous -
tint my ocracy and name our own ticket. I shall :
, slumbers.I I should have been onbind have full control of our caucus and shall people are requested urgently to register )Ir. Henry R. \\". Macbride with D. B. growth since the late rains.

right away, whether old settlers or new i Grubb and N. Downey, as witnesses went II Captain William H. Adams and Mr.
be
weeks pleased to confer with of white
: at Titusville two ago to any my I the North Chas. Stewart
ones. up on Star Friday last to prove of Melbourne were visit-
and receive sub-
.;. the political outlook and superin- colleagues suggestions ( on his homestead. They returned Monday ing friends in settlement
mould ject to approval) at residence on Un- In the turmoil subsequent to the returnof up our on Sunday.Our .
I \ in our ward but I was taken my on-lookers from the Co. morning and report the quarantine of-
and
tend politics ion street, near Sylvan Lake, betweenthe delegates : ficers at Titusville as vigilant. They little river teems with fish, and

s:: for yellow fever suspekt and bundledinto hours of 5 a. m. and 8 o'clock p. m. Convention last week, ;your correspondent say they were stopped very every half block and Mrs. Walton's table WH well supplied

a quarantine camp for fifteen days Having surveyed the political field and omitted his usual letter. Everybody made to report. with very fine silver trout on Sunday
gathered the current of thought i is now prepared to sit down and wait for morning.
cause for such an out- popular The excitement the week hasbeen
just great
without any election past
I submit to come, when we are again torn '
am prepared to a platform Mr. ,\ H. Adams i is his
m.erthe proposed incorporation of this having
and detained in consequence that by the of the Prohibition convention grove
age, which I think will insure success. Whatever up report
place. A good majority seem to be opposed ploughed. Although he lost a few of hw
tr Imold not reach here on the day appointed views we may entertain privately to be called in Rockledge.
to it Iwth black and white. Those favoringthe trees during the drouth, the remainderare
oration then in regard to prohibition we must come Whilst retunring home with Captain
for delivering my on scheme among the colored ones in par-- looking remarkably well.

r. political outlook of the times in Gibson's out strong in its favor as that is very Penny, in the Una last week, we were ticular make up in noise what they lack in The Baptist church, here, will be

ya bad been announced. I find things popular in Florida at present. We are treated to the novel sight of three manatees numbers. Nearly all the advantages that for divine service on Sunday next open the
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dr strongly in favor of a clean because i in Banana River, off the DrSoto claimed for incorporation
well in sweep are are already
kiting been going along very my 23rd inst., at 10:30 a. in. The Rev. Mr.
r$" lieeoce and that the field is white for the without it we cannot succeed. I am grove about a mile. We observed them provided for under State law. If the grum- Prince will conduct the fcervices.
19' strongly opposed to the canal land grab, for about half an hour, at time* within blers will only see those laws enforced they

harvest. when I'a defeated in and in favor of turning the rascals out forty feet of the boat running south all will have nothing to complain of.IniprOIeIHeuts We note the arrival of Mr. Chas H.

: One year ago who so that we may dispose of the State landsin the time. Way back in the dim past a Walton during the latter part of last
". by brother Fleming secured
the caucus week. He has been
calculated i is. have been working on his
, the nomination for alderman on a manner: to secure our re- manatee reported to seen at Melbourne
'J, CUiren's ticket at that time Ithought election. In fact, I am in favor of any here, but this is probably the first one in Ileach. homestead and setting out more trees.

- the forever plank that i is calculated to secure popu- thirty years. We learn, from )Whetmore, the
that I would abandon politics There will soon be something moving
lar public support and fully alive to the contractor for driving piles, that he has
of friends ---
hut It the request Melbourne beach. Some delay! has
urgent my fact that the touchstone of political suercess not been authorized by the J. T. & K.
!hue arrived at the scene of my former Lake Worth. been caused by the specifications for
lie in the defects and W. Ry. Co. to proceed further with the
pointing out
detest and find the field clear fora walk- the wharf and bulkhead being different
f hypocrisies i of our and concealing Rain in quantum vj\ Eau Gallie wharf.
crer., Brother Fleming has gone to re- opponents and heavier and larger every way than
. ,I delt Daytona, and my old political l foe as far as possible, our own. There could be more wind though. the: first one proposed.In Mr. and Mrs. Whetmore, and Mr. and

but tried friend and brother George Colored citizens the hour of triumph No political shakers here yet, but )March 1883, Major C. E. Graves, Mrs. Hulbert, passed: here, Monday,

IN' Warren, has gone to his long rest. is near after a quarter of a century of pa- some expected.The : of Boston, Mass., visiting this country for on their way to Palatka. Mrs. Hulbert,

,I".. The refined colored element of this section tient waiting we are about to reap our Mary B. has been hauled out fur his health and also to escape the rigorsof however, had to return to Melbourne for

lyto s< look to me to lead them on to vie- reward. Beware of antagonist among cleaning and repairs the most unpleasant season of that in- her trunks before proceeding to her
ourselves. We all be officeholders
and in view of the excellent cannot clement region seeing the numerous advantages home.
tory, pros- and the of Mr M. K. Lyman's daughter arrived
pxG for success which I find before me Democrat let us profit by and experience beware: of home from Jacksonville the 7th. of this place and having great i The usual fortnightly trip from Tropic

Mire'yielded to their wish! and announce our opponents faith in the future of the peninsular partof : Melbourne> and return was made by
Bnelf as a candidate for the Senate. the rock upon which they split. As a Mr. E. Peterson is suffering lately this county, both as a summer and a the steamer Kathleen on Saturday last.

I will take the stump throughout the Senator I promise to do my duty, not from a carbuncle on his neck.It winter resort, bought of the U. S. Government Quite a number availed ,themselves of

1. aunty in full dress_ in_ favor_ __ of myself. only to my colored constituents but to i is rumored that a gentleman from nearly 400 acres of land in a the opportunity to do shopping at Melbourne -
the I satisfied that
' and a fall colored Republican ticket. countv at lanre. am Georgia has rented the Sherman place body extending one mile and a quarter .

Tie dates on which I will relieve myself m-y -el ienttongllC will not re-echo and will soon arrive with his family. along the beach and from the Indian We note in Montreal Witness that
the Senatorial halls in vain and
oldie overpowering eloquencowhich the through influence will Several gentlemen connected with the River to the Atlantic ocean. He has the Episcopal Bishop of Florida and all

low of success inspires will be arranged that my magnetic with white bring canal arrived here on the 6th,but the ca- been quietly at work since to developethe the clergy of the city of Jacksonvilleare

IM announced in your next issue. about an intimacy my leading nal is not expected to arrive for several same. The result is as follows: Mai. at their posts, notwithstanding the

In my enforced stay at the quarantine colleagues in the and Senate will give chamber Brevard that prominence will days yet. Graves has granted a large portion of his prevalence of yellow fever in the above-

ramp I met several of the leading colored reflect honor her. Brethren rally Capt. Fitzgerald came down from Jupiter land to a company of northern capitalists. named city.

candidates of Duval county and they upon watchword be on the 7th, to work up a J. T. & K. Captain Alfred Wilcox, of Jamestown, Messrs. John McAllister and William
told me that the whole colored ticket to my support-let your Chautauqua county, N. Y., and other
victory W. !scheme: for a railroad from Jupiterto Roesch are busy procuring muck for
wW 1 be elected beyond a doubt and I prominent steamboat and railroad men.
of the "Brevard Co. L.keV orth. their land.1 McAllister will set out
rile to inquire why Duval should Regular meetings A fine site for a large hotel which we
county Colored Prohibition Club" The assessed value of Dade County for tomatoes this winter on his land at the
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this matter alone? Why should hope to see
mouth of the Eau Gallie river
which he
will be held in Gibson's hall Sat- 1888 is Real Estate $343,044.00 and ,
every per-
3 Breurd neglect to join her in demand- the grant, between the tract granted to is
urday evening until further notice and sonal property $26,483.00 making a totalof and busily preparing.
the land of
fog car long admitted but denied rights? the Company Major .
3' u*Indian River shall not be left by our white brethren are earnestly invitedto $369,527.00. Graves. Ocean Avenue, 100 feet wide, Messrs. Hodgson's: .steamer with a

wul, not if Angelicus Theosophulus attend. Able discourses on complicated The delegates to the Senatorial Con- has been laid out from river to ocean. small party on board, paid a visit to Mr.

uifwla knows himself! Brethren, the political questions will be deliveredby vention returned from Titusville on the The avenue will be ornamented with and Mrs. :Nesbitt, Micco, on Sunday.On .

3 -rof our triumph have arriv. Theopen our Senatorial candidate at each meeting 14th looking very much as i if they had shade trees, etc. At the river terminus a their return, in the evening, the

ltDDe I. to us to march onward totJclorJl and all conflicting claimants for the left their tail feathers behind them. substantial wharf 12 feet in width and Kathleen beat the steamer White be-
various offices will be allowed to addressthe tween the above place and Melbourne.Our .
with bulkhead 16x40 feetis
650 feet long
Let us march. Mr. John Clemenson says a wheelbarrow a
IM Democratic party are torn asunder meeting as to their peculiar fitness is not as good a hitching post to tie a to be built and a railway, the Mel- down-river people think the

JTthel&ve l of office. The old officers for the position. Harmony will be prey mule to as he thought it was. The only bourne and Atlantic Railroad, laid from Titusville Town Council should pass an

UTepown fast to their seats so that served( } four special sergeant-at-arms trouble though now, is to know who is to the outer end of the wharf, through the ordinance compelling each owner of .
I who have been carefully selected on account of Ocean Avenue the land on the river front to clear out all
IOthing short of a stout block and tackle pay for the wheelbarrow. center : to ocean.

'ullift them out, and while they got the of their superb muscular develop The fresh water lakes are up now owing I The steel rails and locomotive were pur- the stinking river grass in front of their

Domination with over a two thirds vote ment. to the late rains, and are still rising. :' chased some time ago and will be here as property, and not let it remain until yellow -
time has been taken by
so put-
My up the wharf i is receive fever comes: closer.
we honorable ? and soon as ready to
( ) representative Mr. Chas. A, Probandt has finished his
the machinery in motion ,
c *tSof ting political them. Our merchant. Mr. C.
their there number go-a-head TRUTH.
are a andis
party with Fields and Osborn
contract ,
I f individuals since my return that I have been unable I J. Hector has taken the contract for the .
"Appointed in the ranks again at home on his west side home- -
is to secure a report of the news of my wharf and bulkhead. The LaRoche Bros.
{S. cannot control their burning desire stead. Washington Letter.
b'officeand neighborhood who will, furnish the lumber and piles
J .-....prohibition they question propose and to pomb.ineon hope by aJron ram informed that the erection of our Seed beds are being prepared and other and build the wharf are now busily atwork WASHINGTON, D. C., Sept. 12, 1888.

8s SJJUJ to the followers of this idea new public school will be begun as soon arrangements are being made for ear- getting out the necessary material. The retaliation bill asked for by the
the lumber arrives on the ground. A ly winter gardening. Some railroad, I
gbout the to secure the nom- as This location has many advantages. The President in his recent message to Congress
bvhooa county board walk is to be constructed on the canal, or over-land stage coach arrange-
yeU which they failed to jn the land on the river side is 14 or 15 feet on the Canadian question was passed
a get east shore of Sylvan Lake to serve as a ments had better soon be made for marketing -
'afar convention "Love is blind" and above the river, rising gradually toward by the House on the 8th. The vote
1< rue.Shakespeare meant love for office moonlight promenade, and one of our en- this winter's crop. the Atlantic. The river beach i is strewn stood 176 against The four member

heee men were foolish enough toA. terprising citizens has built a row-boat Mr. C. Coman has resigned as keeper with shells washed from the large shell who voted against the passage of the bill

r?*they could the convention which can be hired at reasonable rates by of the Lauderdale House of Ref- mound on the property. No marsh, no were Messrs. White, of New York ; Bayne

.s arm when they carry dfd not have a ghost those who desire to luxuriate upon the uge to accept a position with the U. S. standing water for miles around. Residents and Dalzell, of Pennsylvania and Lmd,

.. i WIIIl ce of f securing a clean and placid bosom of that beautiful sheet of Geological Survey corps. Capt. O'Neil on the river side are better protected Minnesota.. All the other members

\a TS no more chance of carrying sweep their water which skirts the western portionof is acting as deputy keeper of the Houseof from the northeast storms than on the I present, Republicans and Democrats, voted -

ao6ibition sorehead ticket through, our thriving settlement.We Refuge at present, and will probablybe west shore. They enjoy almost perfect for the passage of the bill.
Ethey ) understand the cards are out for commissioned as keeper. from frost and when The outside
,' [ .are blind, and what is their loss immunity you public may gain some
---- 1i!gain. We shall take advantage ofITS' the wedding of Mr. George WashingtonJones The add that it is the first place south of faint.idea of.the.magnitude. of.the great
Miss Mott Brown.
: tuation and show the people that to Lucy School Apportionment.At I Daytona where the ocean can be reached political battle that is just getting fairly
is arrival from North Geor-
latter a new that fish and
hily African demand his with any comfort; game under way in every township and countyin
. "- be tmocrat' vote i can will be rights.and gia, and comes well recommended. Mr. the meeting of the Board of Public abound. Small game, deer, an occasional : the State of Indiana, when it is learn-

."""".. tttirds will to the split up ticket Jones is too well-known among our citi Instruction, held the 3rd init., the petition bear, turtle in their season, oysters ed that the Democracy has 2,500 local'

aaa ne-third to go the regular The zens to need auy comment on our part. of Messrs. Hatter, Chancey and without limit not far away. Surfbathing speakers throughout the State, who have
soreheads.
publican leaders In fact he is mentioned quite prominently others for establishing a school at the all the year round,salt-water bathingin already canvassed their own counties and

g a sure for look on this into as as the candidate for the lower house. Baptist church, at City Point, was not the river for those who cannot brave are now exchanging with adjoining coun-
thing them
cent.( 'See sad It would be but to slip the The happy couple will be united at my granted.School. the surf, and the fact that Indian Riveris ties. The majority of this army of orators -

r fiord of the progress is residence on Sunday evening next and No. 19 was discontinued and the finest body of water for small sail- i are assigned for speeches every night

loo per, ,lt1 kevard age and I call on my for leave on the steamer next morning on a the pupils assigned to school No. 12. ing craft in the world, you have a list of .I in the week for two and three weeks*

: unn8 hta. It is time county should to rally short wedding tour for Cocoa and inter- It was ordered that a teacher be em- I attractions very hard to equal and ahead, when new assignments will be
we im-I
background emerge mediate illts. ployed for the Canaveral District to I pos ible to excell. made. The Democratic State Comnittee

qty of the and show our hand. I The "Congo Literary and Musicale So- teach a proportionate time in each isolat- I From the capital engaged and the: well- facilitates the work by arranging assignments -
votes cast by the Re- ,
j)o ; party ciety" will ,resume its regular weekly ed family. known push and energy of the parties for local speakers through District
/ are passed in by ent1e-
"f and I meetings next month and I am requiredby APPORTIONMENT. coucerned, we have no doubt the road and County Committees. The list of local

.nds, presented why should we not be : the Secretary to state that members Di t. Amt. Dist. Amt. will be completed and in operation by speakers on the books of the Republican -

Lt!:IBpd precedent on the ticket. We in arrears will be denied admission until No. 1......... $2400.16.......... $100. December 1st, and from the number of State Committee is not complete as

i eve .J tiOQ came to offer. The Dade I their dues are paid in full. ., o.....'... .500. 17........ 240. residents already guaranteed and the numerous yet, but 1,500 names are listed, which is

geta ",- ited b all to up be with what was ad- Our settlement is entirely free of yellow 3......... 240. 18........ 210. inquiries made a good-sized yil- an average of nearly fifteen to each of

and: i 1e7 [they had stood modest request.re fever notwithstanding all reports to 4......... 120. 19......... 100. large before spring will be no surprise. the ninet .-two counties. The work of

9}::and silent for twen- the contrary. Hoping you will be ableto H 5......... 100. 20......... 100. U'D'Osollu.XOTI'E. assigning dates: and places for this host of

.,'I J /tar and never asked the naming of decipher this epistle. I am yours for 6..220 21......... 100. a speakers is largely done through and by
now
,1 ia1l1odest they demanded it.request success, YGEUCUS. 7......... 100. 22. ....... 130. I, the State Committee.

was refused and inform the esteemed S......... 120. 23"....... 120. A revised statement published by the
< 1Iet result? WE compelled to
Those
AHA"' ;: t who refused it ,. are correspondent, who favored our 9......... 100. 24........ 100. All persons concerned will date.take I' Canadian government shows that for theI
that after
10......... 100. 2.')......... 100. notice, thirty day
1f. po', dot' colored voters of Brevard Co. columns with the above article that unless I I intend to apply to the Honorable John I fiscal year there i is a deficit of $33,000 in
I' 11......... 100. 26......... 220. :
is taken in his chirography : the Dominion treasuryand not a surplus
Teir eloquent care 1) Broome. Judge of the Circuit Court ,
: mouth-piece, Anj'7 greater .. .. 27......... SO.
12. ... 11':0"
., reciting that that we cannot publish his com- I' of the 7th Judicial Circuit of Florida in of $3,000,000, as recently stated in the
\\NY' .1;; ale n and the we have stood munications in the future. The entire I 13......... 100. 28........ 210. and for Brevard County for leave to I. government returns. The national debtof

bloarS seen nominations 14......... 120. 29......... 150.
party without office force were engaged a full day in adopt and for u decree of his honor Ie- the Dominion is placed $285,000,000

__to' r. abnprence) the a voice fact that and the effort to decipher it. We hope the 15......... 250.u 30......... 80. gali/iii my adoption of Edna, infant I. or $60 per capita of population, with an
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,' 'Qe rf
'I the ?nominations so made have eminent colored divine will use more \ $80. child of James McCrory. andfor the increase of $12,000,000 during the year.

. 'e4 aQ election and proudly re- care and less haste in his next, and that The above was handed us by Supt. custody of said infant. In five years there has been au increase

as ftt11 goat white colleagues of the he- I I I he will pardon the liberty we took in Sams on the 4tll iust., but has been delayed DRUCILLA. K. McCcouv.Titusville I pf forty-two per cent.
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outrages, ana baS done all in his power THE FIFTIETH CONGRESS. apartments fn a little while and, tfiougfi'he '

the law to secure the indictment and looked seriously worried, announced that
under Nt)
THE \WHITE CAPS. conviction of the offenders, and in these Proceedings of Both House For the Mr. Thurman would be all right in a coupleof I' FISH WAR.THE

efforts he has been supported by the One Hundred and Ninety-Fifth Day. hours.In 1
the meantime, Governor Hill made a
prosecuting attorney. Each of these officersis The senate was not in session. 'I
not only willing but anxious to do all in i After a struggle to get the Columbus ex- speech to the throng in Madison Square gar __
Green of New and
his i",wer to secure the apprehension, position bill up the house took up the conference den. Governor Jersey,
with brief addresses.
I indictment and conviction of the White report on the sundry civil bill, and at 3 others followed I BRITONS ARE NOT ANXIOUS TO
Judge Thurman slept well during the
GENERAL M.CHENER: REPORTS .
ATTORNEY Ca '. p. m. adjourned.
till 10 o'clock. Dr. TACKLE UNCLE
not waking SAM
has the night, I,
"The judge of the circuit court
TO THE GOVERNOR. I One Hundred and: Day. Goldthwaite visited him at an early hour, j 1
to appoint counsel to assist the prosecuting
power and allow In the senate a resolution was offered to and after an examination, said that his
attorney in criminal cases .
compensation for such service out of the inquire into the preparation of partisan patient was doing well and would soon be all

literature by a senate employe. It went i right. THEY SAY THE QUESTION MUST
county treasury (Toll vs. State, 99 Ind., 23o), BE
AN INTENSELY INTERESTING STATEDOCUHE'n' and he assures me that he will not hesitateto over after discussion. The house Chinese TELEGRAPH BREVITISS.. SETTLED AMICABLY.
restriction bill was taken on motion of .
INDIANA. all up
in
OF exercise this power proper cases.
character Mr. Stewart for immediate action, but no Fresh Crisp Uleauings of Recent Noteworthy I
With a judge of such high a
conclusion had been reached at 5:40 m., .
prosecuting attorney and deputy, the assistant p. Happenings.The i

counsel who may be appointed bj when the senate adjourned.In total number of applications received The General Opinion That the Tauau
Examining the Condition the house unanimous consent was asked at Washington; for patents during the year !
After Thoroughly the court and the additional counsel em- and obtained by Mr. Scott, of Pennsylvania, was 0177. j! and Threats of Both Nation trill Caen

of Affair in Crawford County He ployed by you, I think it is safe to assume to the passage of a bill to keep all Chinese The Alabama Great Southern railroad j; Bad Blood for Some Time to Ce.. aN

Says lie Sees No way to Remedy the that the interests of the state will be pro- laborers out of the country. Bills were in shops at Chattanooga,Tenn., will be removed j i

Measure, and tected so far as courts and lawyers can troduced. The bill to detail officers of the to.Binmugh4ra, Ala. j I Be Damaging to Both Conntrie Tae

Wrong Through Legal do it. army and navy to educational institutionscame The fifteenth annual meeting of the National I United States Will Determine the Exact

Suggests That Governor Gray Make a "But the, responsibility does not end there; up, but a quorum would not vote. A tVoinan's: Christian: Temperance I j. Location of the St. Clair Flats Canal

the Scene of the Outrage it rests largely with the law-loving people of number of other bills were brought forwardfor Union, Miss Frances E. Willard president, !
Visit to
Crawford county, for among them must be consideration, and the house spent the will be held in the Metropolitan opera house, i LONDON, Sept 7.-U anyone in Amenta

I5DIAXAPOL13, Sept.W.-Attorney General I found the grand juries to indict and the day in calls of the house. At 5 p. m. the New York. October 10 to 23. I believes that President Cleveland's retaliatory .

Michener has submitted his report upon the petit juries to convict, if sufficient evidence house adjourned.One Canon Bernard, the hero of the famous I pronunciamento has thrown the Bntak

White Cap investigation in southern Indiana t be addu d. I regret to say that I did not Hundred and Ninety-Seventh Day. Tourni frauds, is in Montreal He has just mind into perturbation and that breathing

It is follows: I find such a general sentiment as must exist been liberated from in after I
to the governor. as In the senate, after unimportant business prison Belgium: of fire and slaughter are universal hues,
how leave to submit the following before there can be a successful prosecutionof serving four for embezzling 500,000
"And I beg I Vest's resolution to investigate the publica- years those who are apprehensive or hopeful
the cases which may be brought in the francs from his Bernard has been say
Your letter assumes thatI tion of literature bishop. !
senate trouble between the
report: partisan by a em- two countries on
future, no matter how conclusive the evidence assisted and comes here, it is said, for the any
have the power, as the attorney general of be. ploye came up and caused another lively de : Canadian quastion may set their nuaJi at
of may bate. It went to make for the purpose of taking action against certainbrokers ;
the over
to assist in prosecution way
the
state, "The condition of affairs is not only deplorable with whom he negotiated the stolen

criminal cases, and to aid in the apprehension but alarming. For at least ten the house Chinese restriction bill At 5:05 p. m. bonds, anti who, he claims have funds in rest.Not for all the codfish spawned tn the sea

indictment and conviction of violatorsof years past the most outrageous offenses have I In senate the house adjourned.resolution .wtJ.S to their po- ",.,sion belonging to him. would England allow the Dominion to drag
a adopted
the law, in the inferior courts of the been committed with impunity by the WhiteCaps investigate the interference Mrs. Langtry sailed for Europe on the her into hostilities with the Uuited Sufet
alleged by a
state. they have in many ways shown their steamer Etruria. The general opinion u that the matter aa
member of with the architect of the
entire disregard for the law and its officers; new. congress I The parade inaugurating: the Catholic con and must be settled amicably There it w
The conference
I they have driven citizens out of the county library building. army vention in Cincinnati, Sunday, was a great idea that the United State covets Canadian

and out of the state; they have cruelly report was adopted. A bill to prevent success. I I territory, and nothing short of aa invasion
to animals in the district
whipped their victims in the villages of the cruelty was passed.' The authorities at Arlington cemetery have I would provoke th. uavruhedforstruggle.
The retaliation bill was considered until 5:;)
county without molestation; they have improved and made more secure the graveof i .
dragged large numbers from their beds and p. m., when the house adjourned. Gen. Sheridan. I Afew journals of the Standard sort proclaim

whipped them until the blood flowed to the Oue Hundred and Ninety-Eighth Day. Over one hundred thousand people at- their opinions with a voice which they

ground; they have repeatedly flogged helpless In the senate, a resolution was offered by tended the Grangers' Ethibition at Wil- : intend for toe roar of the British lion but isis

women until fife was nearly extinct, and Mr. Sherman and adopted calling on the liams' Grove, Pa., Saturday.The : generally taken for the utterance of a men

have procured the publication of their law- resident for information as to the rejectionof Montreal grand jury has found a true : domestic animal Probably not ODe ia a

defying notices in the newspapers of the > the recent treaty with China. After unimportant bill against Charles A. Pitcher, the Provi- i hundred of their redden remember the Trent

county. business the Chinese restriction dence Savings! Bank teller, for bringing affair, reference to which the Standard

"I have not given a detailed statement of hill was taken up, Mr. George speaking. At stolen money into Canada i thinks will send dismay to the Yankee heart

r r these outrages for they have long been so the conclusion of his speech the bill was put At the weekly meeting of the Central while the British ironclads have not shun

notorious that you are, doubtless, well informed upon its passage. Thirty-two senators voted Labor Union, at Clarendon hall, New York, I themselves so formidable as to product ova

-A concerning them. From the organi- yea, not a quorum, and the bill went over as Sunday, a resolution was passed censuringthe dread in a country 3,000 mile away
zation of the band of White Caps others The Times is calm and
unfinished business. At 5 p. m. the senate publisher of the Central Labor Union acgomentattn,

spring into existence, and now it is gener- adjourned.In Journal frem allowing an. article to be in- I the Observer takes the most practical scours

WHITE CAPS AT WORK. aUy believed that all these bands are confed- the house, after a personal explanationby serted in it favoring free trade. and thinks no action may be expected, dace

"You are wrong in this assumption. The erated together in one grand organization, Mr. Stahlnecker, of New York, the retaliation Labor Day was observed in New York, I neither party would bo the gainer by it, sad

attorney general has nothing to do with covering portions of three or four counties. bill was considered. Messrs. Brooklyn, Boston, Chicago, Baltimore and the Telegrah' articles on the subject an M

criminal cases, except !such! as may be pend- The number and the character of the violations Phelps, Belmont, Davis (Mass.), Cogswelland Cincinnati by grand street parades of I contradictory as to be baffling to the o

in the court. Revised statutes, of law to which I have briefly alluded, Scott spoke and at 5 p. m., the house ad- various labor organizations.The nary reader. In tbe clubs and amccg
ing supreme and the general belief that all the bands are journed. cornerstone of the new Masonio tern- ness men the general opinion appears to
1881 sea fifl39. The policy of our law is, in __ i-l
combined in an organization for offense and pie at Minneapolis, Minn., was laid on the that the Canadians are bores or even
the absence of a necessity for executive in- defense have brought about a reign of terror One Hundred and Ninety-Ninth Day. 4th inst. sauces, provoking aggression and :

terference, to make the inhabitants of the in the localities infested by the WhiteCaps In the senate, a resolution offered by Mr. The trade of Savannah, Qa., during the ing the provoked party with all Ute nta1itory

locality apprehend and punish criminals which can orJy be fully understood by Hoar was laid over, requesting communications the presidentto past year is valued at $103,000,000. It la force of Englbb arms.
furnish of addressed
and it is a.wise and salutary one. For this those who have conversed with the people copies ( still the second cotton port of the United AU agree, however, that the Uonti sad
Great Britain
there. to remonstrating The threats that are crossing be Atlantic ia
local courts of criminal jurisdictionhave States. population is 82,000.
purpose "Property has been so depreciated that it against the unfair treatment of American both directions will make bad blood between
been created and judges and prosecuting Two years ago, when the notorious combine
citizens. The Chinese bill taken
attorneys elected by the people. It is cannot be sold for half of its value. No one was up, was organized, the Illinois state print the two countries for some time titco.ne

only when a criminal case alas reached the has that confidence in his neighbor which is and a number of speeches made when a vote ing was let for $?S.000, but under the present and undo the efforts of the tUlnorm
becomes so essential to a good state of society. All was taken. There were, yeas 37, nays none. in both England and America to amplify
supreme court that the attorney general letting the same work i* to be done for
is doubt and distrust and confusion. A call of the senate showed thirty-nine senators and
I clothed with the power to act. $38,160. relations concerning toe enormous
; "But when I received your letter I deter- The attorney general follows this with present, Messrs. Sherman and Hoar not Western Union telegraph men along the mutually profitable traffic between the twl

mined to make each investigation as might several suggestions, the most important of desiring to vote until information of the rejection Lake Shore road have received official orders nations. It is considered u a matter et

matter of courtesyto which recommends that the governor visit of the treaty by China was received. to withdraw from the ) course that a commission will be appoint
be proper, not only as a Another vote will be taken. At 5:20 ; teleCtapb t;} bu.
m.
i you as governor, but because of the inter. the infected localities during the October p. It is a choice between cutting the lines or to re-solve all disputed question, lactaliag

est I felt in the good name of the state and sitting of the circuit court and by his per- the senate adjourned.In the union. the line of the St. Clair Flats canal in aa.s
If I had sonal presence invite mutual confidence and the house, Mr. Brumm, of Pennsylvania mistakable Pending its format
laws.
the enforcement of the possessed Heayy raW ia Georgia have greatly dam- manner. "
the power to take action in these mat- change the general sentiment into the belief rose to a question of privilege and aged the cotton crop. and deliberation both people will ban time

ters I would have acted long ago. that the law can be enforced, and the distrust repeated certain charges already made Iron mills, a bolt and nut factory, and a to cool off, much to the disgust, no doaht
Mr. Scott which that
"For more than two years past the WhiteCaps and confusion can be removed pro- against gentleman large foundry will seOn be trecftd at Charleston of the fiery patriots on either aide
had denied. The bill to increase the salariesof
vided is giver those whose
have been continuously and defiantly proper support W. Va.
nodical examiners was considered with- Tbn St. Clair Flat Canal.WASHWOTOX .
violating the law in Crawford county. At duty it U to protect the law-abiding citizens It has been decided in Iowa that under the
and punish the lawless.LESTER o-it action. Mr. Scott spoke until 6:10 p. m., Sept. 7.-The war department
the October term, 1 86, of the Crawford cir Prohibitory law a man cannot lawfully'
the house nd
waten adjourned.THE Cullom't
has referred Senator
cuit court an indictment was returned WALLACK DEAD. manufacture cider for use IB his own family.A. .
against Thomas Courtney, Sr., Thomas OLD ROMAN ILL. G. Beveridge, deputy collector of in- tion relative to the St. Clair canal to I*:

Courtney, Jr., Isaac Sigler, George Sigler, The Well Kuown Actor Dies at His Home ternal revenue at Oil City Pa., has been Popo. the engineer ortk-er in charge of the

Irwin Self, Gilly Graves Davis Cosley, in Connecticut He in (t.o<.rc'omf" at Madison Square Gard. missing.since August 6L It b thought that work at Detroit fur a report Until tile

H. The well ,-"- York, While peaking.V report is received, nothing very enligat-
George Cosley and Alfred Kaylor.RAID STAMFORD, Conn., Sept. 7.- he met with foul play at the hands of moon-

known actor Lester Wallack, died at 7:20 '.': ". i. c. So!)it. ".-An immense throngof light distillers. ing can be known. The question it eotinJy ad '
I tere T'.n' in Madi- one of the accuracy oj the survey bu r
I.PI* ::it sdav night
from the effects of an apoplectic stroke
a ,
m in Is-
M-H U'I'l' i ira '.> t.fur a speech which Crimes azul Caaualtle commission, which in IU report

received Wednesday. ,ht.ige 'ir.uru.jij w. .-xn.cted to deliver. A free-for-all fight occurred at a named with precision tbd streams .sxs

1'II Lester Wallaok. was the favorite son of J. ?. Mr. 'tiiuriiM'i 'i. i-r>,.1 forward to the dance near Hawks' Nest coal mines, In West were to form toe boundary &*'w,. UIiI
W. Wall... .">'J came to America from .. Canada. Tae tc.ua* of w
e.3i k+i's stan i. -t. 5. .t erect there, wip- Virginia Several persons were gh England in IslS, Joseph Dumas struck Henry Elaine aged stream was by the treaty of KiJ: to cm-' -

,4' and played successfully eleven, on the head witka base ball oat, In tute the boundary.

.,_ in New York Cincinnati, and the boy will d e. The question u a* to whether the can al

for many years. He Mrs. Caroline Steinle, a demented: womanat is entirely! on our side of the boaadry e*

organized the Wal Delhi, 0._, took two of her children to tb not I...
lack stock companyin river and dragged them in the river. AU The treaty \V'asa1'wa contain,! +-

852. Ina play three were drowned. was tantamoaat to aa adiiiwna ly the s>

tben produced a Conductor Henry Butler, of the Kentucky nadian goverument tint t-. cued 's

young actor appeared Central railroad, was assaulted and badly American property by specifically trs88*

ON A VICTIM'S HOCSE. who was ye hurt at Rowland station, Ky. by & negro to Canadian, the privilege of wing it...s
named on the bills t who was reprimanded by him for smoking If it bad been Canadian property
the defendants
"The indictment charges "Mr. Lester." He in the ladies' car. stipulation, based on the awunpMSi"*
with having committed an assault and battery *'
on George Seals September 14. Th d. At speedily became a Receiving Teller Audy, of the Bank Na our government was granting a pnvflap'Den

tie March term, 1&7, of that court, all of LESTEB WALLACE. favorite, aDd soon tionale, of Quebec, ia missing. His c&m Is stead of couceding a right., would hw
cane Out under his $12,000 short. resented as an insult
the defendants the two Courtney fpm
except
own nault" '" L 'LVIullack, and for thirtyyea.r Adam Miller, who lived at 3919 Wallace Senator Cullum has received JeUM'
tried the court
and and acquitted Kaylor, were At were the June term by, ISsS, the deli;btod the people of New York with street, Chicago, was horribly mangUid b) a a Canadian gentleman; in Micyl I.aI. sJjro.
his rendition of character.In than tea feet of the Uj
prosecuting attorney dismissed the case aa to grip car dying from his injuries.A that no more boundary If
1863 was produced Lester Wallack'sown Nebraska farmer named I Flats canal was within out
he stated Jpha Baker,
for the
the reason as
Courtneys, coaJ*
composition, the celebrated while threshing wheat was accidentally wfl this Is so, be said, the Canadians 2
there not sufficient r '
that
to the court, was 1 a Iri sid s of
evidence to convict them. All the parties or the Rifle Ball," a play that has not yet lathe bind by a boy. Ia a fit of fury be sinking a few coal bar;'* on their >
died, and probably will not be entirely lost into the make the canal entirely nnnaTi4"
named were indicted at ,the October term, fed the boy machine, feet list, til)* line
for to coma In this play Lester The officers of the war de part $ IJ J
1886 for riot in making an assault on George many years ing him, and for this Baker was promptly .
Seals September 14, 1&& The case as to all Wallack won laurels enough both as play- lynched- by his fellow workmen. that Pope's report may be expected.

of the defendants, except Kaylor, has been wright and actor to satisfy one of ordinary ALLEN O. 'THURMA3: Adam !Miller was cut to pTecea by a cable five or six days. silo of
dismissed the prosecuting attorney for ambition without any others. He was still lug tr'e i'" ..tiofi 1I.a u.?. :dc e with the car at Chicago.William N i investigation of the diplomat r
by -
least in middle handsome fanie-i tx t.'i.uu.. tiiv uuuesl excitementfoi.O.vcd. been begun U tbt sdepartment -
the reason already stated. young, at age, as a : Edington, of Anderson county, the controversy has

"The same were indicted at the picture, and was especially fitted for his part Everv one u.viug a seat stood was killed by a train near Clinton,Tgfia.Giacome .*.

October term,persons 1SS6. for conspiring to murder -Elliott Gray-which be had doubtless pre- upon 1C Band Ann: and digs were waved, Leonaldi, an Italian convict, attempted Senator Cullum says he will, If ""Ta,
for his rendition. The hada and the crowd cheered nut cheered again, resolution, e<inI T
Joseph B. Leonard September 14, 1886. pared ewn play to kill a fellow prisoner in the intraduce another I"
This case also except as to Kaylor, has been run of 125 successive nights, an unprecedented drowning into a muf...! *><-un
dismissed by the prosecuting attorney for success for those days of short runs. the band. The cboonn continued for fully Two br6tbera- D-law named Duncan and possession. _

In 1864 the elder Wallack died, and Lester five minutes and th"sn' witu a voice so feeble Carter, quarreled near Payettavilla W. V& .
the same reason. The same parties were in- Officer Called P.wOtTAWA
Fresh
Wallack became manager. For fourteen that only those in a few fee <,f him could shots
dicted at the October term, 1SS6, for conspiring Several were fired. Duncan was 'l.-Tbe dsi"
to murder Rudolph H. Hutebinson years he continued at this post, the theater tell except: by the motion of IKS lips tbat he sightly: wounded and Carter seriously. Oat, Sept incensed out u-$ t-
being closed under his management in ISdu was speakm: be finally told the audience Brakeman of militli u greatly T ,
Cummings accidentally tM
September 14, KS6. The case, except as to ran of
The present \ IWack's. on Broadway and that he was in no condition to speak, and Brakeman Christie of Lieut G. M. DouI.I6s.+ WW"
Kaylor, has been dismissed by the prose against on a Nova Sgdjafreight in wni DI. ;
wai would be obliged to withdraw from tint fourth light infantry ..
Thirtieth street, opened two years later. train while it 1.
was Orin
cuting attorney for the reason stated. Kay-I pasting OTt a over his
,
lor has been confined in the state prison Mr. Wallack was a prominent member of stage.CaL. bridge. Both fall into the trotl Wortk lad a Toronto newspaper of the mi7of CIJI' .k
the Lotus club of New York and well Brice and Mr. Flower stepped forward killed. and rank as an officer
South for some time, having been convicted known in literary and theatrical circles. and each taking Mr. Tfcurman by the were ada, dwelling; upon the poestbilityofwith ....
Kuers fell from
, offense and the him Henry a tower at Galveston
of another cases against arm assisted him back from the speakers'standd. tbe United States, and sugge OrCanada's
,Tex., and was dashed to The distance to cab
pioea
are still pending. Another tubstitaU for Jute. would be
He was almost faintni?, and for a p;-rne move
'At the October term, 1887, William High- NEW ORLEANS, Sept 8.-A substitute for I few minutes was too sick to be removed from was one bundredfeet. troit lie bi been *r 1Jtf! aa eta *l
fill was indicted for an assault and batteryon baa been found the Data believed o* w be"-
cotton bagging by the building. When he hal recovered sufficiently Trapeze Performer Kalis.KXOXVILUB tion, audit u
Charles Lankford, October 13, 1S37, but cotton mills in cotton cloth termed "Oana
a Judge Thurman was taken in a car- resign.
Tenn. 3.-Minnie Pat-
Sept.
the case was dismissed by the prosecuting bergs" which is of very heavy quality and riage direct to the ladies' entrance of the
because of the absence of Lank- terson, a trapeze performer, of Atlanta,
attorney to be and durable. his n; L
appears very strong Fifth Avenue hotel, accompanied by Messrs. r'f .
now at the Bijou theater here fell If teen 't&aC1rJD
,
is said to have left the state. An
ford, who not as inflammable as jute bagging. A Brie and Bornuai and his son, Allen W. Diphtheria .-"
Thursday night from to wbk-u she s.-G
a
information was lodged against John F. possibility created_ by the new bagging is Thurman. The judge was conducted to his rope SHABOX, h, Sep of tlds py'4
was clinging, and was seriously if not fatally *
wiles
Wright William Wright and Fafayette that the use of jute, which has to be imported room, and was attended by Dr. Go'thwaite, hurt hamlet, six or eight J of
Finley for an assault and battery on Nicholas will be abandoned and that a bagging industry the hotel physieiaa. The latter applied is suffering from an ep1dem N ,

Kirsh with intent to murder him. They here in the south will supply its remedies, and later it was said that the distinguished diphtheria. No leas than e i f*W'1 Ja ds

were tried by jury at the March term, ISSs, place. All the looms of the Lane mills have itttienc would b3 all right in an Prairie .Fires in Dakota. raported.and nearly every Damef of d

and acquitted."All been changed to admit of the weaving of hour or two. ABERDEEN, Dak., Sept. 8.-Reports from place has been TiliteJ. A

these cases were' so-called White Cap this cloth and the supply will be equal to the Dr. Goldthwaite said the juice Lad been points west of hare state that prairie fires have occurred. t

cases. It thus appears that fourteen persons demands of the planters or until such timeas attacked by cholera n oi pus at S p. In., and ace doing great damage in Edmunds and McPherson Amerloaa btu AttaskSaaxoaA '" ...-!

have been charged with crime, and that jute is restored to its normal value. he had advised his patient to not exert himself counties. The fire baa burned a Sept. 5-I &be n13 i.

none have been convicted. The judge of by attending the bi,; rneetin;;. Judge strip twenty-five miles long and three miles occasioned by; a di3cos of the tb I

Crawford circuit court is Hon. W.T. Zenor, Cranberry Crop Injured. Thuimiii insisted upon going: to Madison wide. A large number of farmers lost their treaty a i9ob

who enjoys the reputation of being an honest SHAROX, Mass., Sept 8.-The crop of cran- Square gaitiea. notwithstanding! : the adviceof entire crops aud their farm buildings, while the immigration of the AmeriCP'amcia1 as ,J1 tit
f>>
fearless and able judge. At each session berries was seriously injured by the frost -his pby J3 an. others were able to protect their grain by residence Chinese still h0Pe the tr1ratified. .,'

of the grand jury he has delivered a strong last night except id those meadows protected urn Pu f-,vL.i1! (} t. ot t e :Taunnan. plowing furrows and fighting the fire. The The \

aQlt wuest charge relative, tQ White Caps by water. worst i* ove:,.

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THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY. SEPT. 20, 1838. 3

.
HOW THE STARS DRESS. STRAY BITS. eouLTbe'
picked ouFaTonglfia Fend coast
WHAT THEY WEAR. The National Craze.

r Booth pays little attention to what Sixty-five dollars was paid for a Queen By watching where doctors visit and then "Shall wage upP
W\I\ Edwin Anne farthing at a recent sale in London.A playing with vigorous industry iu front of a .Old silver inlaid with a design of cornflowers "Yes, we will go up."
, he ftAJ'I. rich house or near it until somebody sends them is now much the fashion for all sorts "No, we will not "
Cuban go up.
:; Palmer has spent a fortune on planter has been kidnapedand and of
some
Minnie a to jewelry.
is in the hAnds of bandits. money request move on, some "Why will we not go upP
'vr4 jtockings, alone. Wisconsin organ grinders in New York have been doinga Girdles of jet'or silver or thick silk cord "Because the elevator boy is around the
t:- Ames Booth spends vast sums of money on parties have commenced the thrifty business; but there are many signsof are used to define the waists of shirred or corner to get the result of the fifth inning
-' II'r.'\'. clothes for the stag hides.raising of buffaloes for the sake of their popular revolt, as complaints to the news- gathered costumes.: and ho will not be back for a quarter of an

ANXIOUS,*: J bInjgupspendsbut D. P. Bowers while an artist in papers indicate. Grinding fate all round.A Pear shaped beads of fine coral head many. hour.-Detroit Free Press.

3A.... >na little on dress. ; During a recent hot spell in Tulare, CaL, New York woman, Mrs. Schaffner, has of the newest bonnet pins while silver tennis

Staart Robson: expend a considerable I every and slept one there.who had a cellar rigged up a bed been giving boil for so many people at the hats hold up the beauty's hair. Uan'"t UathervU by Flaruex.HL'NTLcGTON .

f L. jjjare of his income in dressing himself. Tombs that the other day the recorder re- I Stuffs with printed borders are again IncL, Set. 8.While threshing e
.4* j"t Plxley made a trip to the mines to Five head porters In the leading Chicago fused to accept her as surety. He said: "I much used for girls' summer frocks, and the in an open field on the farm of CoL C.
.M Annie the and dress sbe wears in hotels are collectively worth over half a mil think Mrs. Schaffner has a mania for going full, round skirts have the border as a hem. E. Briant, threw in.lea; east of this city, a
ways
HXtTlJl,,! study up lion dollars. bail She: will go all to pieces some day and spark from the t'u.ci ignited a stack of
")1'liss-" won't have cent left in Midsummer dinner gowns: are made either
a the
1 world.
j jon I're
According to an official report just published grain, and from this it wax communicated to
Margaret Uather possesses a good working thirty-two persons died of starvation fuse to accept bail from her-" walking length or with a four inch train inpl3.ce all, until the entire harvest of cheat and
but it is not one to excite of the regulation teu inch half trainsof
irardrobe, especial
in London oats was burned. A firs
'>& during the year 1SS7. STRAY BITS. former seasons. entice: was seat out
1 comment. There from the-city, and with the help of these
were 90,621 besides
: the 11__ Billy Florence's clothes are always absolutely and vagrants.in the paupers 2,815,000, inhabitants lunatics of William Shakespeare is now managing a I. Dull black onyx engraved with deep pol- they saved toe building CoL B -f sn:; estimates -
and worth ; ished lines, is quite the best thing for mourning bis loss at three .
a nearly
QIfIn r perfect great many London in the first week of July. London theatre. taou .in J. bush-
mighty dollars & jewelry though crapestone and black els of grain.
, to COI The New York and New Jersey watering The cost of public education in Prussia is pearls are always allowable.
b11ae I "Dromio Crane's somewhat fastidious places are said to resemble Earnak this 15 cents per head. Fired on From Ara >uK.
)Ulttrlet-t\e I taste in dress involves an expenditure, it it There is season Fans with sticks of tigers-eye, studded with RICHMOND, Tex., Sept ft-rJ. H. Frost
a "goneness" abeut them that. The a
largest grape crop ever known in Cali- carbuncle, and ivory combs with
of
the said, of more than $1,500 a year. is painful. fornia is tops prominent ciuzn of this t;>,*.., wu fired
tzacata now maturing. amber balls are among the latest lures for the
Fred Warde spends enormous sums of The latest form of shekels of fair upon from ambush on Monday iiigot near
hazing unearthed Vancouver
Ca.aJ.ha by Island coal is to be mined at women. his
residence and
bis stage costumes as well the seriously Mounded. It boot
on *
money a the
Annapolis court martial is ,
standing the rate of 2,000 tons a day. small
Very
clothes which ho wears in private life. cadets on their heads and mantles with lace hoods: are known by whom the shots were fired,
1114' making them chew Snobisme is the latest word which France worn with thin toilets by young women at but three negroes have been arrested oa saw
rn tht.t Clara Morris has ono of the largest and paper and candle grease. has borrowed from England. garden parties and so on, but otherwise picion.

. most expensive of wardrobes on the American Over 125.000 cows ere slaughtered annually Irrigation has wraps are confined to the more than middle
stage. She designs all her own costumes. in India to feed the British soldiers, and the musquitoes at Los produced Angeles, a CaL great crop of aged. A M.A.KE-BELEV: ri NGlNG.
heraipopeful
Mrs. Florence is CO years old, but she still supply of milk is consequently so"scarce that Directoire bonnets have often a trimmingof '
thousands of native children die Executions by electricity will be compul Frank \" '!II*; !4 Little Jour A1mo Eud
It. as magnificent wardrobe when yearly. long feathers
a
:rte. keeps up as sory in New York after Jan. 1 next. lying curved about their .
It1fr she dazzled the country in "The Mighty Dol Jesse D. Carr, the rich ranchman of Fresno brim, which is lined with velvet or shirred PatuCl.VINCENNes
\ 1nfndI. lar." county, CaL, has been ordered by a govern- The French propose to send pigeon mes- tulle, and_ haw long strings of soft ribbon !: h.d, Son,. 3.-Frank Young,

For a single front of a dress worn in ment agent to remove a stone fence which he sages from ship to ship upon the broad seas. far at the back. confined in :ne A,burr, LI., jail, attemptedto

ad 111 the ui "Fedora" Fanny Davenport paid Marion ; has Imilt around 40,000 acres of government A French laundryman cleans linen with- The latest refinement of feminine cruelty i hive ftnl1lip.a litrlfiii.! \ told. w-j.tri the: other tM-na near resulting -

Inion totedllti Foster. the'artist cripple of Minerva 0., land. out soap by rubbing it with boiled potatoes. ia reported from London where an actress prisoners:: that
he w asgo:!'; to nan* himself. H* then tieda
1 tl: 11,000.) Sham battle flags, tattered and torn to The "lOCO-foot tower" at the Paris Exposition quite "killed" her rival's pink gown by arraying rope aroma} tits ne "(. and climbing
upona
t jn&tt.er ell Lawrence Barrett is the best and most represent the real article, are the latest product will be only OtH feet high. It will take herself in a delicious:: peach blossom stool, tied tau r. Then II carefully dressed actor on the American of French ingenuity, and are said to 2,500,000 rivets to put it up. hue that made the other seem pale aud faint. beam. He then stepped off and kicked

eta((7tnadti stage. His costumes in "Elena" cost overt2OOl have deceived lar e numbers of curiosity American plays actors and actresses in Half wreaths of the very biggest flowers over the .t>c.l

; OtIhtnwiabedt hunters and patriots.A England are getting a good share of atten- are chosen for wear upon directoire bats. Instead of rusbiui. to his & assistance as

Florence Girard, wife of Henry E. Abbey, church organ has recently been constructed They have no foliage, but are crushed he expe-tt-d, the ether prisoners only
i during her brief connection with the ',al- at Milan whose pipes are constructed tion.One hundred road wagons have been against windmill bows of dark ribbon or velvet laughed at Lis frantic struggles. Young

tort pe. lack company, spent over $3,000 on her of paper pulp instead of metal It has 1,400 shipped from Mid 1ebury, VL, to Buenos and the effect en masse is simply appcil made a fe-Ue effort: to call for aid, which
twbiQtbq dreues. pipes and is an instrument of great power Ayres. ling. only increoMi the rcsibilities of the others.
I Hon, batt and sweetness of tone. Their laughter attracted the attention of
let of i nun Lilian Olcott spent iu the neighborhood of Memphis is the greatest; inland cotton Fringes of twisted silk are again in fashion. the sheriff who rushed
in
for her An English court has just decided that as well as guipure lace of ana cut down
tone1aaU $5,000 "Theodora" wardrobe besides market in the world, receiving from 700,000 heavy pattern, and"chicory" the make-be.ieve cu.cida. just in time
) the rz.e weeks of study in the British museum hunt- railway servants cannot eject persons from to 1,000,000 bales yearly.A ruching pinked out in petal him to save
Bt&ZI4ad hog up plates and prints trains who say they have lost their tickets, Butte CaL shapes, while jet we are told, has a new : _
Wee Louis James the only remedy being to sue the passenger ( ) man who began farming en lease of life, though only in the finest quali- RlIce'ar In Te a.*.
heart. will never consent to appear for breach of rented land ten years ago has this year $01,-
not dun In a garb that is not as near perfect in appearance contract 000 worth of wheat to selL ties.A RICHMOND, Tex., Sept. .-At a late hour

:afoot sodppeantob as it can be made by the outlay of The new suspension \ridge over North The deaf often hear peculiarly wiry serge, that corns in Thursday night a dispatch was received here
ray tune and money. river at New York it i is estimated, will cost there is conversations when moderate even stripes makes the least cling- from Tbour soi Switch, saying that Rufa
$37,000,000.; It will music going on, which they could L of this Love & notorious agitator, bad
amentitlrtected Jefferww give entrance to ten ing year's bathing suits, and red o negro pur-
Joseph jj not hear
very particular in his railroads and when there was no music. rchased nil the cartridge in that
tical C'OIIII4 will be one of the great brown and white are favorite patterns ; vicinity and
professional make up. As Bob Acres in"The of An artesian well sunk under the salt watersof had wlvh-etl the to
,doe.r Rivals" he triumphs modem engineering. which are finished with stockings, sash and negroes arm themselvesand ;
by It,aol sets of dresses wears ever one made.T. of the. most expensive In London dressmakers and others are New York bay, on the Jersey side, p cocap of solid color. prepay H to defend their lives and prop
duces pure fresh water in abundance. erty. A immediate formed and
:bjecteneito fined heavily for allowing their girls to work The very last sweet: thing in bonnets is tortoise posse pro.ceerled -
W. Keene spares neither time, trouble over hours in the shops Jay, the great Florida is to grow opium. It is expected I :: shell, which wrought" into a comb and to the switch oa horseback. Thirty-
nor money in securing a proper and elegant mourning storemau, was recently up in the that sixteen plants will grow an ounce of the coronet that tangle about in a lot of lace, two armed men art patroilin the town.Three .
wardrobe. His is said to be the largest and police court on a charge of this kind drug, and that an acre will give $1,000 tulle: flowers and things and are supposed to hundred men with arms are in readiness -
most complete of any one in his line. to respond to the first alarm.
U.maudultima American travelers in Ireland nowadaysare profitThe make a sufficient head covering, though the -

!*- Marie Wainwright is credited with being furnished a traveling! companion free of municipal councilof] Paris has granted effect is startlingly bareheaded. The Death naiL

ttertttititiutkh> the best dressed woman on the American expense, it seems. Nevertheless, a govern ground upon which to construct the Jovis For traveling there are dust cloaks of gray Mrs Jeannette Lind Carpenter of Mansfield

stage, although many actresses carry more, meat detective one's tracks can hardly be balloon, in which he proposes to cross the glace silk that mo the acme of elegant quietness O., wife of the well known banker, 0. ,
t&utI ud money to the dressmakers than she does. said to add to the of Atlantic.A while for
pleasure a jaunt throughErin. the carriage are shown sweeping F. Carpenter, and mother of Frank O. Carpenter
blood t Mary Anderson pays but little heed Kansas ranchman predicts that cheap garment of bright red bengaline trimmed the journalist, is dead. Frank Carpenter
timiktbitaplfy* costuming beyond that necessary to meet toe Tho paper money of Chili is so depreciated beef and mutton of the future will come with flow of black lace, or else green, is in Asia.

I M Jt&&eIIM requirements of the characters she plays, In value that a guest at a hotel ordinarily from the immense grassy plains of Brazil and bedizened with yards of white ribbon. "Mr. Crowley," said to be the moat ao-
and has little or no wardrobe to boast of. pays $000 a day'for his accommodations. At the Argentine republic. I Quite the feature of directoire gowns are cotnplished ape in the world died at New

moot &ii Mod jeska is so particular about her dresses one time only a few years ago calico sold at The Panama canal lottery has not proved the big buttons of gold or silver filigree, or York. He wa valued at $10,000.
atbitiibintiai that she makes them herself. That is, she $2,000 a yard in these depreciated bills Thisis I a success. The canal will require only: about I else of china, hand painted with flowers, Bon. Lucim J. Hendee, president of theLIes

matt<<" buys the material and has the cutters and a strange story. $500,000,000 more to complete it, making I bugs or landscapes, and as they cost a small Fire Insurance cvmp" njt, died at

I dnt.li. seamstresses com" in and complete them At K/earney, N. J., a factory chimney is about $850,000,000 in alL fortune it is lucky for Intending wearers Hartford Tuenday, after a long WD",. at

. inch1dIIHIIII.! under her supervision. being erected which will, when finished, be Some high dignitaries of the Chinese em that six-three each side below the reveresufllco the age of seventy year, He had been for

lefarmstia Many of Maggie Mitchell's dresses have tho tallest in the country and the fourth pire who were lately detected in selling for a gown. twenty-two yean president of the A'.1taa!

been picked up during years of ram- highest in the world It will be 805 feet alce:; decorations and credentials," like In stockings black is always well worn, butmany company.
H. F. Schweneen
blings, and while inexpensive when consid- high. There are two taller chimneys in Wilson, President Grevy's son-in-law, were of the best dressers now favor the American Capt. Packet of the Hamburg-
DO donDq! ered separately, are worth a pretty penny Scotland and one in England. condemned to be beheaded.A cream and ecru balbriggans, and for wear company, died in Barn-
burg on Sunday. Capt. Schwensen
when considered together.The Victor Brocca, an Italian with the tan shoes so often seen, it is impera was on
engineer, has society has been formed out in Oregon tive to have of the oldest of Atlantic steamer captain
dresses completed the survey of a proposed canal for the importation of German stockings of quite the same
, worn by Mrs. Langtry hi "A song birds shade. For He had made more than one hundred trip.
Wife's Peril" cost her something like 1,000, across Italy, from near Castro, on the Tyr to be turned loose in the country, where it is evening toilet the stocking exactly over the ocean.

r'S = while her complete wardrobe, including the rhenian Sea, to Fano, on the Adriatic. It hoped they will increase, multiply and make matches the gowns Lester Wallack, the veteran actor and

, IoC: dresses made this season for "As in a Look- will be ISO miles long, if it is ever built and music in the now silent woods. Gauzy cream blonde combined with moireor manager, died of apoplexy at his country

'soft' ing Glass," is valued at $' ,ooo. will cost 100000000. There are two sunflower stalks of natural brocade and lightly trimmed with gold or residence, near Stamford Conn.

:1 grit deeacnb Rose Coghlan, whose dresses star have There h a watchman in the New York growth at Rochelle, Fla., one of which has I silver is much worn by youthful matrons for Dr. Davis Halderman, professor of surgery -
as
a
ret to be written and commented pobtofflce whose chief duty is to collect the 1,000: and the other 1,186 blooms and buds. watering place for full dress, whiIethemaidshOOS6 iu Starling medical college* Columbus
by the up upon keys of the lock boxes that are left in the iuo stalks are about ten feet high, with .China_ _crape or India gauze made up 0., died Wednesday night of heart disease
public at large, spent as a rule, while in fashion and
locks by careless men and branches empire worn with the suspI-
boys.
Generally reaching out about six feet.
leading lady of the old WaUack stock
company cion of a tournure. Sporting Spark
there is
some sharper on t: lookout
e to steal
dl JUJ from $u00: to $500 her The salute of seventy-two fired
Y1k* on dresses for keys that are left in this way. guns at Mike Conley has guo to San Francisco to
every new play iu which she was csst. Berlin when the new empress gave birth to a SCIENTIFIC SQUIBS. fight with McAuliffa for a 12,OcO pun contributed
row During the recent celebration at the Bologna son marked the first time since 1S09 that a by the California Athletic club

tat. CURIOUS THINGS OF University the students of Parma sent similar event has happened in the case of a Tho long distance telephone service between Tommy Warren hag gone with him.
I etosdse LIFE. their Bologna brethren a Parmesan cheese, reigning sovereign of the Hohenzollern fam- New York and other cities connected Frank McHuth, of Cincinnati, knocked

A Nebraska tornado blew a cow's tail bald weighing ISO pounds, and covered with Latin ily.A is increasing satisfactorily. It is expectedthat out Frank Clare at Louisville Saturday
without injuring the animal inscriptions worked iu macaroni. A tun of new use has been found for the district New York and Buffalo will be connected night, in four rounds 1
del erth4a wine was also sent to wash it down with. messenger boy. The waiters in a down town by falL This will be the longest telephone H. !1. Johnson, the sprint winner broke

Natural gas has caused in Pennsylvania in Little Arthur Herberts, of Chicago, is a New York restaurant went on a strike re in the country. the record for five standing jumps at St.

three years seventy-three fires, costing $900 marvel of erudition for his years. Althoughonly cently, and the proprietor rang for a numberof Mr. Edison intends to utilize the pond of Louis Sunday by covering fifty-five feet two '

000.A 10 yean old be has read through the boys and thus temporarily supplied the water which now separates his laboratory inches without weights r
1I1'dIC thief who stole two fowls from a farmer entire "Iliad" of Iloincr in the original places of the waiters until others could be from his new phonograph factory. He will A ball team of Chinamen la Chicago will

at West Rutland, Vt., the other night Greek and cau translate passage from any engaged.A build a small ferry boat to be run by electricity play the National game with nine shirt

--' dropped a gold: watch in the hen house, part of it accurately and without hesitation.A new route for the Nicaragua canal has and it will be run back and forth destroyers of the Windy City. T *y will

.DI where it was found the next morning. It negro woman who recently went insanein been discovered which is much more favor- from tho laboratory to the factory every half play ails same like Melican man.

1 let iI'. was a dear bargain for him. Atlanta imagined that the sun had able than the line laid out in 188.'>. By the new hour. Jake Kiirain says be will not fight Joe

'Sbr1 A Georgia baby, not quite 3 years old, perched itself oa Ler head and she could not route it is said that the total length of the To make a cherry stain, mix together by from Lannon Boston with wants gloves,to but if conclusions the ugly mag

"has fallen over the foot of the bed 111 times shake it oIL "I have been walking around excavation from Ochoa to Greytown will stirring one quart of spirits of turpentine, bare knuckle ha try with
C'btIatatI by actual count besides mashing both hands all day with the sun on my head," said she, cot exceed nineteen miles, and will consist of one pint of japan, one pound of Venetianred may have a chance.

: rather badly, and having the surgeon called "trying to shake it off, but I can't get rid several short embankments instead of one ground in oil, and two ounces of dry big Jockey that hu Mclaughlin wife is not is much out in a. card aDd assert-; ,

.0-rb. about twice a week to sew up cuts in his of it." 1a=.a one. The out will be greatly reduced. burnt umber. Apply with a brush and wipe his troubles with tbe D ivy en good arts frond that

,- SCAlp. A brilliant idea struck Johnny Bauer, a There is now on exhibition at the Alexan- off with a doth. Finish with one coat of athar sources than woman.

1If.d"sbJ A man down in Dickson county, Tenn., Nebraska man, recently. Wishing to clean dra palace a steam life boat built of steel.) It shellac and two coats of varnish.

planted watermelons just at the edge of his out a powder keg, he put a little powder in is absolu' ly unsinkable, is uucapPiizable'I'' la Carlisle, England, tall factory chimneysare
.' farm and the vines ran over into a neigh- it and then applied a lighted match Ho was worked with twin screws placed' being utilized as sewer ventilators with LUCIA

bore field and produced so many and such picked up several rods from the explosion, where they will not be lifted out of the water good results, twenty-nine now being used. _
'ita.. large melons that the neighbor is about to and is now in bed wondering what becaineof and can be raised instantly on coring to The velocity of the rising air has been measured

sue for trespass. the keg. shore. The engines and fires are perfectly by Surveyor Mekie, and it is found to Is located in that magnificent TropicalSANTA

Among the most miraculous It is related among other exploits of the protected, and the draught of the vessel with bo 1,203 feet a minute in ordinary weather. Forest that lies between the Indian andSt.

\fi} record is that of a 3-year-old boy escapes, who was on desperado Ike Lambert, who was recently fifteen men on board is only twelve inches. Tho qwners of the factories make no objection Lucie lIvers, and it laid off, by

sell! this week picked up by the cowcatcher of a arrested in Alabama for killing three men, Within the antarctic circle there has never to this use of their chimneys, and the streets sixty feet wide, Into three acre
i-, Baltimore and Ohio train going twenty-five that he once compelled a young lawyer to been found a flowering plant In the arctic I practice ssns to meet with general approvaL blocks and smaller lots, which will besoM

1'IIf' an hour, and though for a minute knocked pick a banjo all night for his amusement region there are 7U2 kinds of flowers. Fifty A new way of annealing small pieces of reasonably to actual settlers. This
senseless, iu no way hurt or bruised.A keeping him covered the entire time with a of these are confined to the arctic region. I I steel is given by a writer in the English Me region is winterless and frost1eSll, aud U
loaded revolver. They are really polar flowers. The colors of chanic. Heat the piece as slowly as possible, in the land of the cocoanut and pineapple,
wonder
story comes from Mecklenburg The returns for ISSO show that 22.1SI human these polar flowers are not as bright and and when at low red beat put it between two where all the Tropical Fruits flourish.
county, Va., of a woman, sick unto death, Address with
whose hair was cut short during her illness beings perished from snake bite in India. varied as our own, mos of them being white i pieces of dry boards and screw. them up tightin stamp,
and The number of cattle killed by snakes yellow, as if borro ..:g these hardy hues a vise. The steel burns its way into tho
V.py!. so the when hair it cut grew off again most was obligingly almost turned white, is returned at 3,154 It is stated that 417,590 from their snowy bergs and golden stars. I boards, and on ('Omingether around it W. H. BAKER, Way Bland, Dade CO..

, !. white, too, and as a switch still ornamentsits snakes werj destroyed the and that 25,800; ru A Chinese merchant who sailed from San bed.they form When a it practically cools off the air steel tight is apt charcoal to bo FLORIDA. 51.SOTICE. .
pees weN paid by government as rewardsfor
owner's head. Francisco for home few
C'I': their destruction.A a days ago is re- I found thoroughly annealed.
fI. Some ported to have accumulated a fortune of
three months ago the water in a
bill has been introduced in tlw Britishparliament ia Peru tho Dr. Pesety Cevera writes to a Spanish medical '
Georgia well, some forty feet deep, began to : $1,000,000 during last thirteenyoors. I
forbidding the erection of exces- His name is Chun Lee He journal concerning a new process to dis- Fla.
roar and boil in a most alarming manner, wears a I LAM OFFICE at Gainesville, \
and a few weeks later the performance was elvo high buildings in London. On streets queue, according to the Chinese fashion, but tkiguiobetween human: and animal blood. July 30. 1&\8.' /
I
repeated, so the owner concluded to clean it sixty feet wido only churches may Do erectedof dresses exclusively iu the European fashion, He says: "If blood be mixed with a little Notice is hereby given that the follow

out and find the trouble. lIe did-and didn't a greater height than sixty feet. No other even to tho hi ;h standing collar and tight bile, small crystals are formed which are of ing-named settler has filed notice of his

, -for when the bottom was reached there building on any street can be higher than fitting gaiters. Before his departure he gavea I' mals.different In shapes in different species of and Intention to make final proof support of

was nothing there, and tho well and the mystery the width of the thoroughfare. grand banquet to tho Chinese mandarins of man they aro stated to bo right his claim,and that said proof will be made
angled in the horse
There is in Lake Mich. San Francisco. prisms; cubes; in pigs, II
are today as deep ft." ever. county, a cooperative right angled prisms similar before A. A.Stewart clerk Circuit Court.
to those
j. D telegraph line n-hich began by two I seen in rhomboids very in rhomboidal I Titusville. Fla.. on Sept. 23th, 1SSS. viz:
.. The Modern Way. I Ilother farmers connecting their houses with a wire, Deficient Mentally. plates in dogs the: same sheep as human blood Chas. H. M. Evans of Micco. Fla. D. S-

I' : ":\ may I go out to swims""Go I and which has extended, until now it hassmyftye Dumley (whose credit is not first class)-! i( aud in;chickens more or less regular cubes.? 2119 for. the lot C Sec. 3C'1'p.9: S. 1:. :38
Ii 4.: out to swim Good land I miles of wire and ninety offices, say. Brown, can you lend me $10 for a few E.
No, don your hobby bathing dress two-thirds of which are In farmhouses and days A Happy Dlspoeltiou. He names the following witnesses: toprove t
And gambol In ha sand." the others in stores where the farmers
I trade. Brown his continuous residence upon,
(reluctantly pulling out roll of
a "Father has such
a Mr.
LI Boston Courier. happy disposition, Au atmospheric phenomenon was witnessedin bills)-I-er-s'pose I'll have to, Dumley. Sampson," she said, as the front gate and cultivation of, said land viz:

Advantage of Being Ualdheaded. I tho English channel lately. The atmos- Dumley-Thanks. You seem to hoc C slammed and the old man came up the walk. William Ilindle Joseph Paine. Joseph -

Teacher-Now answer up loud, Bessie. 'j phere rarified to the extent that objects plenty of money, old fellow. "Do you hear him whistlingP Williamson, and William Emoriek,
l How was Absalom killedlBesslePlease thirty and forty miles distant could be discerned Brown-Yes, I seem to have more money "Yes," responded: Mr. Sampson nervously, all or lIcco, Fla.,
| by the naked with remarkableSB than brains.-New York Sun. S. C, TUCKEK.1C .
ma'am, he caught his 'j eye "and the chances are that he will arouse the
.' switch in some branches.-J ud :8- SB, .Almost et eryproLainentobjec t dog.-New York Sun. Kegbter



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4 THE FLORIDA STAR THURSDAY, SEPT. 20, 1888. .



THE FLORIDA STAR. I tion. The, letter reads as follows: I exert: every power and influence at my duty of every county officer except the ing election that are at all ==

ApPLETON, Wis.,Sept. 12,1888. command toward that end. Until 1 Sheriff, as it is of pnvate citizens. No the !success of the prohibition ti.t1 to ,

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. I Messrs. L. C. Oliver and W. A. Baugh, have been tried in the premises I can one likes meddlesome people. The Coun- went are those of Sheri W- *

only assure those who shall honor me ty Judge even, should not act as a spy, Representative. For the :, aDd *
ELLIS B WAGER Editor 1 and MMer Tituxrillc, Fla. with their votes that no error of the in a case in which he may be called to sit people to antagonize the nominees tem nnce ]l >abC*

GEar.EiEYourtelegramannounc- heart will ever discredit their choice. I as a judge. The duty of enforcing the dominant party for other of cOw

81.5O per Annum. ing the fact of my nomination for the might well stop here, but I am too much I law devolves directly upon the Sheriff excite: suspicion as to our dilnternttd offi cesit_ **< t
of a Democrat not to show my concern at and upon no other officer. To 0 act as a ness and singleness of -. !
Entered at the Pot at Titusrillea high office of State Senator by the the disaffection I purpose. It will '
Office which has appeared more detective of crimes and crimials is a arouse opposition of ,--:

Second-Class Matter.A Democratic Convention, lately held in or less toward the Democratic county part of his duty, and in his case insteadof :; perance people who are many the frienthef sincere tft tN BI(

your town, has been received. Having ticket. being censurable is commendable. If I present County officers: and ilrill the

make SQUARE a colnmn.Is one Inch in space; 24 squares journeyed from Tryon City, N. C., where It has found vent so far in the promulgation the Sheriff should see a pick-pocket com- the defeat, ; yes, and the final defeaTo*
of a series of those glittering mitting larceny of a pocket-book, he the prohibition sooc
For advertising rates enquire of the Editor you telegraphed me, to this place, will cause in this County
generalities that "kickers" clothe themselves would not wait for the I tte
to
always enclosing two cent stamp. owner lodge a must put up for these three
account for my tardy receipt of your withal, and I hope it will cease to complaint, but would pursue and arrest men, who are ardent prohibitiJSu-place '"
THE STAR is the OFFICIAL newspaperfor dispatch and the consequent delay in spread when it is soberly considered that the thief at once. If he suspected that a practical men ; whose very names *&

Brevard county. answering it. I have, however, wired this is a bad time for unreasonable com- pick-pocket was in a crowd, he would be result And we must stop right there QM ----
plaints. Some men kick because theyare on the lookout and arrest him on his first G t o. M. --
The Star has the Largest circulation you that though deeply grateful for the ROBEUs. OR'atch
of any paper on the East coast of Fla. disappointed, and surely some men attempt to commit theft. His duty is Chairman Republican Co. Com. S.F.
honor
so generously conferred, I, nevertheless will be disappointed as long as there are equally clear with reference to the sa -----

THE latest thing out is that the Republicans could not accept the nomination.I not offices enough to go around ; some loons. Suppose a Sheriff known to be .\ Call for nre" and County Ue.
have come to this conclusion with profound men kick from force of habit, and usually on the watch for violators of the liquorlaw publican COin .otloo. *
(since Mr. Barnes has declined kick over the crowd they start withto should sit down in one of our saloons The M e JeU
Republican
and it that .f Brerard
not .
regret true
do not intend to make their nomina- were the other side; once in a while a long, and whittle a pine stick all day. And sup- will hold a convention party U'oao.ty ii*
at dbonme
tion for Senator until the day before, orafter my business affairs are such that I shall tall, slim, slick "kicker" will join in any pose he had deputies in other saloons. Wednesday the ;ord Jay ..t October ls> 08 ''
,
(?), the 6th day of November. probably be able to spend no more thana kicking he thinks tends to move the The profits of the liquor business wouldbe 2 o'clock 1'. in. fur the 1)purpue "f Bak at Xl'0V1B

single month in ray Florida home out cuunty sent to his own hamlet. The small for that day. Suppose he madea ing nominations fur Mich office as sli U Lt-

of the next twelve decision would best class of "kickers," however, kick for practice of this. it would be very annoying determined upon by the convention.
,
DADE County has already announcedthat my the sake of impression, and stop short of to the liquor dealer, would it I Each precinct will be entitled to the f0llowing
likely be otherwise. As it i is, my accept- the point reached by the who is not number of : rFtrtifCS
she was tolid for Mr. Barnes. Since man ? Suppose he had a pencil and a note votes: ta

he has declined, she will be solid for the ance is impossible. I cannot refrain supposed to have cut, but may have book and whenever he caught a man Precinct No. 1. Lalir.mt: : 2; No. :, Ti.
from adding that this nomination being kicked off his own nose to spite his face.I coming out of a saloon who looked as if tusville u ; No. 3: City I'lint, 2; No. -l

nominee at the new convention. Let entirely unsought on I the have great faith that nearly all the pre- he had had a drink, he should "put him Rockledt, S ; No. 5, Eau tiallie, 3 ; W. &.
the Pro-Dem.'s remember this. my part, am sent "kickers" are of this quality, for on his list" and hand in his name to the Malabar, 2; Xo. 7, Barkers Etutf J ; \u I

more keenly sensible of the honor im- surely they must know that it is no timeto grand jury. Who would want to get on 8, &:t. Lucie 3 ; Xo. 1., Etten. 1 ; No. 1. ---

THE letter of acceptance of Mr. W. S. plied, especially when I recall the highly swap horses when you are crossing a the list? How would that affect the pa- Fort DlUlll, 1 ; No. Xamlws 1 ; No. 1:. ---

complimentary manner in which 0 that stream. Besides, nothing can be urged tronage of the saloons? Suppose the Georgiana3 ; So. 13, Merrill's Island, 2. T1DIlLjQI
Norwood inanothercolumn contains sor.e No. 14, Canaveral 1 No, 15, Haulover
successfully ticket from 1-
against our Sheriff himself should dealt ;
nomination see liquor
very good advice to the Democratic party. i was made. I thank you and Grover Cleveland down to the last man out over a saloon counter. venture to No. 16, Otter Creek' 1 ; No. 17, Mellon, (
my other friends who have thus sup- on the list and 2 ; The primaries of each of the aber,, &
back be
As a man he is never known to county we must wary say that such methods alone,persistently elect
his ported and honored me, and wish you lest the enemy surprise us while we are by zealous and determined I precincts to the above delegates will
down from anything he says. If remarks practiced a be held at each voting place therein
on the platform adopted by the all and the great Democratic party I loveso engaged in sending each other, in a vainand Sheriff would put an end to the liquor Wednesday Sept. 20th; at 2 o'clock tm CDC

for the well, lasting success. dangerous contest, for the posts of business in a surprising short time. It The following iKjrsons have been appok-p. a. smrJ
convention not sufficient honor.
are would at least the trade
greatly hamper ted as the Republican Precinct Cooimhu
most exacting Democrat, we fail to see Yours, etc., Pardon me for the liberty,but each one and drive it into obscure quarters whereit for each precinct, and requested to TerniiWM=

where Democratic ideas begin and end. LYMAX BARNES. of you, Gentlemen, and each one of the would be much less offensive than at for the primaries. arrange

From various letters received from convention which made all these unanimous present. Besides this, the Sheriff's list 1st. LaGrange--Edward S. Quinby, F. fr'dafJ!
nominations are bound to do your would furnish witnesses for the grand ju- A. Chappel l, Frank Strahan, and Ift' -ne
WE very much regret that the crowded different parts of Brevard and Dade best to see that no ambitious, ill-advising ry to work upon, while without such aid, Collins, \

condition of our news columns this week counties endorsing Mr. Barnes' nomination Ahithophel, no adventurous parvenue, the grand jury in their short stay at the 2nd. Titusville-Chas. Howard, Gw. M. s.-

prevents us from publishing the Prohibi we are sure that he would have stealing the livery of Heaven to serve County seat, will find it scarcely possible Robbins, and Isaiah Gorev. !It

tion-Democratic Committee's call whichwe been elected the devil, creepy into the Democraticfold to get evidence to warrant an indict- 3rd.City oint-lieo. A\*. Holme,Je*r ii -
by a large majority could
to rankle its counsels in Lenon W. P. Moon.
sowing ment, and even if they find a bill the ,
received late last evening; also an he have accepted the nomination. The therein the seeds of discord and confu- evidence before the petit jury will be too 4th. Rockledge Brady Bower, E B. .

article from Z. X. Z. The call reiterates reasons specified by Mr. Barnes are suffi- sion. lIe may talk flippantly of clean meagre to convict. Stidum and F. A. Richardson.

mostly the same sentiment of the meet- cient for his declining, and while he has tickets, and insult the old time officersof We have next: to consider the questionof 5th. Eau Gallic-John McAllister, Jobs lKALla8dl
the people; but I tell I have seen E. M. Hodgson, W. II. II. Gleason, and J.
you
ing as published in the STAR last week. the honor of the nomination, it places enough: of this world to gua e such er- "additional legislation" for the purpose II. Mellor.

We desire to state to the Prohibitioniststhat upon the party the calling of another rants, and I have observed that that of securing conviction when the evidence 6th. Malabar-A. Bolton. Edward CV.

though we differ with them on the convention, which would have been saved party is best off which casts them out. The is sufficient to warrant them. cil, L. II Brainard, and Cuts. Bolton.
Here trouble at this point, is that a very 7th. Barker's Bluff Frank Foster Walter
is the situation in ,
temperance question, our columns are had he been consulted by his friends Florida the a State nutshell. large percentage of voters use intoxica- Knigh, Mr. Ne&bit. C
was once it
pivotal
them and hope this mat- during the of the ; ting liquors. With them 8th. St. Lucie
always open to assembling conventionby may be again. The vote of Brevard vanity over- -James rineJ. J. Haley

ter hereafter will }-e sent in as early as telegram as to whether he could accept county may not only decide whether powers conscience, and they argue that and Alfred G. Lagow.
it is not to drink sic because 9th. Eden-E. J. Shaddock
wrong ( ) Joseph
possible. such nomination.A Capt.'F. P. Fleming shall be Governorof .tile
they drink. It is But a step further to Hurst, and Lenard Gardner.
meeting of the Senatorial Executive dential the State election., but it may settle the Presi- argue "if it is not wrong to drink; it is 10th. Fort Drum-Maxfield Brannan,

THE staunch Democrats of Brevard Committee will be held on Saturday, the This not wrong to sell drink." And these Ashbury Sellers and James A. Sellers. La ca

and Dade are requested specially to note 22nd inst. to arrange for dates holding my people great in thought this humble inspires me fashion to warn to men go into the jury box, persuaded in 11th..SarrO\vs-L. B. Dawson. JWttlderto
12th
Georgiana-Irving Hiscock and
their ,
own minds that traffic in is
that the so-called Prohibitionists (Sore- primaries and for convention. The con- stand by the regular nominees. Plain liquor Cass Allen.
not "mala in but "mala
St, merely prohi-
heads) are making overtures and proposals vention will, undoubtedly, be held about successful old-timers though they be,you cannot be bita." That is, that it is not wrong in itself 13th. Merritt's L land Steven Geiger, ..C.Io.15m

to the Republicans to endorse the middle of October, which will without organization ; you but wrong only because prohibited. Jalma Lapham, and Mr. Hildreth. .
be
cannot
organized without being 14th. Canaveral
H.
their action. In this respect the Repub- be after the Republican and Prohi- lar. Be regular and you will be politically regu And their sympathy goes out to the liquor P. Cronin. Hogan, Emery .1.t
dealer. this view it is but sail.
licans have a clearer head than the pro- bition-Democratic Conventions, to be happy.I Taking natural i 15th. Haulover-Andrew Jackson, and
that evidence which
posers. The Republicans will, probably, held on the 3rd and 9th proximo, re- have the honor to be, Gentlemen, from, them a conviction would for a secure crime Bertha Campbell.16th. -
faithful fellow Democrat Otter Creek- Maxfield Brannan. ?ION IS
your
be satisfied with nomination for spectively. This will short deemed would be
a sena- give a but W. S. morally wrong weighed 17th. Melbourne-R. ,r. Goode, W. W.
tor, representative and sheriff,which will active campaign of three weeks to election NORWOOD. against the supposed hardship of the case Brothers, and O. J..lIe .ley. )

be made at their convention on the 3rd day, for the Senatorial position, while .. where the act charged was not, to them, The precint committees will please report -
Prohibition from a crime in itself, but a crime simply be-
a Republican names of delegates chosen at their respective -
of October. They must nominate their the remaining part of the ticket can be defined
Standpoint.Editor cause so by statute. Frequently primaries to the County Commit IetIw
men first. Will the Prohibition-Demo- vigorously worked for from now on. it happens that men on the jury have on tee.

cratt then endorse their action? 11 Florida Star: other occasions purchased liquor of the GEO. M. ROBBINS, Chairman.

I men on trial. In such cases it not ..
The is very gym
TV. S. Norwood's Acceptance. following an extract from a letter :
THE surface-reading of the recent political addressed to the Prohibition Democratic infrequently happens that conclusive evidence Notice of Election.To .
TTTDSVILLE, FLA., Sept. 19, 1888. is not sufficient to secure a convic-
gathering at Rockledge sounds Executive Committee, as to our tion, because men on the jury felt that the Sheriff Brevard County, Florida.

very well, even to the ears of some tern Messrs. J. F. Wooteii, Preston McMillanand supporting the entire County ticket of they were as much to blame as the accus- KNOW ye that I,John L.CRAWFORD, wetape

perance people, but the majority of the M. S. Jones: that organization, their nominees to be ed. Under the present law for the se- Secretary of State of the state of Florida,

citizens of Brevard can bee through the GENTLEMEN have the honor to acknowledge all prohibition Democrats, and withoutour lection of juries, upon the first Monday do hereby give notice that a
in r
of each
January the
outer veilings of it, and recognize therea your notification of my nom- insisting upon a division of the pla- Commissioners make from year the list County of registered GENERAL ELECTION --r

few of the Democratic party with some ination by the Democratic County Con- ces. The position taken in reply is the voters, a list of 300 citizens qualified will be held in Brevard County, State of -

of the prohibitionists, the former of vention as the Democratic candidate for one recommended by our County Com- to be jurors. From such a large Florida, on Tuesday next succeeding the

which were dissatisfied with the proceedings representative from Brevard county in mittee at its last meeting. It is subject list it would be impossible to excludemen first Monday in November, .\. D. ISSi tIlt
in sympathy with the liquor dealers. the said Tuesday being the .I6
of the recent convention not to the next Legislature.In .
as however to action of our Convention be- Neither would it be right to do it because
the nominations that were made so muchas responding thereto I first address fore it can be accepted expressing the these make very good jurors in other SIXTH DAY OF NOVEMBER,

to the loss of political office they were myself to you, Gentlemen and assure views of the Republican Party of the cases. These 300 names written on cards For Four Electors of President and Vice ,

aspiring to. Their hearts shall be set you-one and all-of my high personal and placed in a ballot box About a President of the United States.

regard and respect. To the first two of County. fortnight_ before Court sits, the Clerk of For one_ Representative. .. for _time second
at rest on the 6th of November in a -
committee I am under obligations of the
your peculiar Court, in the presence of the County Congressional District Florida, in ag
manner which shall be convincing to ; you did me the unsolicited It is true; if theLiquor Law is to be en- Judge and Sheriff or a Justice of the I fifty-first Congress of the United States,

them. honor.to tender me your support as your forced; that such a result must be secur- Peace, and after proclamation form the For a Governor of the State of Florida. 'I,
first choice for the position to which I Court house door For a Secretary of State for the State of -.
.. that the
ed by a fusion of the Republican with so public may
Florida.
have been nominated, and the last- attend, draws from the box at hap-hae- .1<<
YELLOW FEVER. named of your committee having, with the Democratic Prohibition vote. The zard, and with no chance to discriminate For an Attorney-General of the State of
other friends of Col. Gaulden candidate for Sheriff should be Florida.
joined acceptable the of
SINCE last week the and names eighteen grand jurymen and For of the State of Florida.
new cases a Comptroller
with and the other members of the
you to, and have the confidence of, both twelve men for the petit jury. Under ,
For a Treasurer of the State of Florida.
deaths are numbered follows: Wednesday Convention in making nomination
my this
sides. The incumbent system it is inevitable that
of the some
present
For a Superintendent of Public Instruc-
12th inst., new cases 59: deaths 12, that unanimous I ,the I feel candidate in deed and in truth Sheriffs office is yery efficient in the discharge friends of the liquor dealers should be tion of the State of Florida

including Louis L Fleming, Jr. Thurs- am of Brevard of the Democratic of all his duties, with one exception : drawn on the jury. Right at this pointwe For a Commissioner of Agriculture of II
party county. And the enforcement of the law. need "Additional Legislation. The the State of Florida. ..
day, 13th, new cases 44 ; deaths 4. Friday liquor
i' now, through you, permit me to say to He is also a good fellow and has many plan] that suggests itself to my mind is a For three Justices of the Supreme Court i
14th 43 deaths the Brevard
12 inclu- of
new cases that I
; people accept thenomination law
friends. Considering that his renomination providing for "special or struck ju- of the State of Florida.
ding Hon. H. A.L. Engle, L. ouis I.Fleming so flatteringly tendered with was made with the knowledge that ries," to try liquor cases. These are provided For a Senator for the 13th Senatorial:

Sr., and Frank W. Ely. Saturday15th all gratitude the circumstances and with a due appreciation of during the year he has been in office, he for by the laws of New York, and district. 1 1I

new cases 93; deaths 2. Sunday; I have surrounding it. has made no attempt to enforce the law other states where common juries would For one member of House of Represen
i postponed publicly signifying my not be likely to afford fair trial. tatives.
against saloons his re-election is a And
J 6th, new rases 74; deaths, 8. Monday, acceptance in view of the fact that it ; a guarantee For I
I of immunity to the liquor dealers they have done much to erase from popular a County Judge.
17th, new cases 52; deaths 7. Tuesday, would be in usual order for the candi-I for Jour years to come. If he is reelectedthe sentiment in those States, the dis- For a Clerk of the Circuit Court.
16th. 156 deaths 20. Total date for the Senate to be first heard from, trust almost For a Sheriff.
to
new cases ; anti-saloon men may as well give up amounting contempt and
but in of
view
the
fact of
Mr. Barnes'
number cases to date 1,203death; 153. declination of the the battle. I believe the prohibitionists derision, excited by the former failuresof For a Tax Assessor.
nomination for the For Tax .
of both parties can compel an enforce- the courts in dealing out justice to a Collector.For
At Gainesville six cases have appeared Senate I need
no longer delay my an- ment of the law if they will strive the violators of the law. The method a County Treasurer.
ear- .
members of Gainesville swer to the party summons.I For a County Superintendent of Pattieinstruction.
guards
among know nestly for this object alone. Entire good persued in selecting such a jury is for the -
who recently suppressed a riot at Fer- of but one reason why I shouldnot faith and singleness of must clerk to draw from the box containing .
purpose appear -
accept this nomination and that is For County Surveyor.For .
nandina. A Fernandina special says that that there are so many abler men than I upon the face of the movement to the threehundred names,say twentyfournames a Justice of the peace in and fur ...

place is absolutely healthy. The news am in our county. But this reason hav secure the requisite support from sincere :I ,which are placed on a list. From each Justice District in said County.
temperance men, who are in harmony this list Counsel for the State and for For Constable in and for each Justice
doubt
from Maccleny is favorable.Yesterday's ing, no been duly considered by a
the convention and been I upon this one point only, and at vari- the accused, alternately strike a name, District in said County.
report was 130 new ca sand them set aside, ,I have having neither volitionnor by ance upon all others. Let us see what is until only six are left. That is counsel on The attention of the Sheriff; w called au

14 deaths. Transportation of freight right to falter in the face of essential to be done, and be content to each side strike off nine names, and the the law requiring them to cause a notice

and passengers has been stopped to this doubts of my own. As for the rest any I stop with that. We cannot ask more six remaining constitute the jury. This of said election to be published in :a newspaper
,
than is necessary without alienating the gives the State's counsel an opportunity printed in the County,if there be a paper
place from thenorthcommencing yield to no man in devotion to the Democratic
support of those who agree on the saloon to exclude from the jury men hostile to in the County,and if there be no japer
party in as love an for organization.its I yieldto but differ with us on all other questions. the enforcement of the liquor law ; while published in the County, they shall cause
no man and
MR. BARNES DECLINES its records and hitherto principles followed Assuming that saloons exist in violationof counsel for the accused, have the eq ual at least five copies* of this notice to be posted
having
; law-who is to suppress them? One privilege of excluding: men of radical' in the most public places in the County.
its banner
TilE following letter just received in sunshine and shadow, I whereof I have
who asks for liquor at a saloon cannot prohibition views: Before a jury so selected IN TESTIMONY
stand in this
from Mr. Barnes in its day of triumph, with a the will be decided hereunto hand and affixed
response to a tele- honorably inform if he is accommodated.There case upon its set my
heart full
of pride that a little of its merits. To summarize [ 1.. s. ] the seal of the State of Florida
gram informing him of his nomination, honorable responsibility should fall w an implied promise that he trill ; The two great capital,
upon not do Other things to the at Tallahassee, the
so. citizens who do not necessary secure enforcement
pa- .
will be unlooked for the Democratic shoulders.
quite by my of Aug.A.
day
this the twentieth
tronize these places, may know that they of the liquor law are:
g party of Brevard and Dade coun I do not think I need quote here the exist: but could not furnish evidence of 1st. A Sheriff willing and determinedto I). 1838. .

ti03."T e also wish to state that in a county platform adopted by the conven- it to a jury, without playing the spy. It secure evidence against, and arrest, JOHN L. CRA"9FORD.

telegram received direct from him, on tion. I need only say that I have been is not the duty of even the best citizensto those who violate it. Secretary of State. fI

nominated to aid in carrying out that take such a course. Such conduct 2nd. "Additional legislation" to enable El'tT.ud
Tuesday he reiterates that it H utterly JAS. E. BOWMAN Sheriff
platform and I would be recreant to theuu..t
wonld be very questionable to say the the Court to obtain an impartial jury.
Countv.
jmpDssible for him to accept the nomina if, on my election, I should fail to least. It is as much outside the line of The only offices to be filled at the com Ta'lah'a&ee. Fta. Aug. 20 1888.


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'". tJLBAB CIGAtt FACTORY. L. C. OLIVER. F. T. BUDGE.OLIVER .

0..C..StarcK, Proprietor.

Manufacturer of fine Havana withOrdersproptlyfilleds and Do- : & BUDGE, S. H. RAY

Cigars. ,
JDestic de s. Dealers in
wry at ialabar Fla. 28

GEORGIA Successor to J. C. Norwood and Co.,
5000 J Budded Trees For Sale PINE LUMBER,

At Low Prices. TITUSVILLE FLA.
SHINGLES AND LATHS. ,
i 60,000 in Nursery.Apply .

to W. H. SHARPE, Y

, City Point, Fla.SF. General IIaidware, .

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'"

. GRAY.- Sash, Doors and Blinds ; Stoves Tinware and Crockery.Kefrigerators Gen'l Merchandise

, Watch Maker and Jeweller.gbopat ,

I John 31 r.DiionVt Drug Store.Titnsville, Via
P.A.IN"'TS Al'TD OILS
ALL WORK WARRANTED.N'AUMAN'S. ,

Water Coolers, Ice Cream Freezers, STORE. .


Ii, J05PAFER\ SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY Screen Wire, Screen Windows, Screen-Wire Doors.

: THE PIONEER AGENCY.

For terms and sample copies address POWDER AT NEW YORK PRICES. I lropose to keep .

CIIAS.H. A U lAN.HauloTer ,

P. 0., Brevard county, Fla. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. A First-Class Stock
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TROPICAL AND SUB-TROPICAL FRUITS AND FLOWERS.
:r AE-V-JS7 TITTTSVILLE I
Egyptian Queen Pine Slips..
--OFGROCERIES-
DELMONIGO J HOTEL I INDIAN RIVER NURSERIES.Bone .

2, FURNITURE STORE. i, Meal, Tobacco Stems, Cotton-seed Meal, Cow Peas &'Fertilizers.

.. CATALOGUE MAILED FREE. TERMS CASH.
COCOA, INDIAN RIVER, FLA. I .
-
n'll Furnished Rooms!, Good Table JOHN B. BEACH, Indian River Nurseries, East Melbourne, Fla.Ma11ory .


Terms &% per Day.Special A. Froscher, :: S. S. Line :'

rates by the week or month. ,

\\") Alt VIS, Prop'r. PROPRIETOR. i iI NEW YORK AND FLORIDA. DRY GOODS 4

. .. The Keamt Home to Steamboat Landing. I FROM NEW YORK CITY' R03I FERNANDINA, j
PIER 21, E. R., EVERY FRIDAY. CENTRE STREET WHARF,EVERY 1HURSDAY.NEW .
Parlor Suites YORK, BOSTON VM PHILADELPHIA.

WM. H. SHARPE, The Iron Steamships STATE OF TEXAS, CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, RIO NOTIONS
GRANDE, compose the Florida Service. ,
Bed Room Suites
? REAL ESTATE AGENTFOR Passage Rates, between thc Florida Lowest.and jVctv York always

Beds Mattresses figf Rates of Freight always Low as Competing Lines. Mens' Ladies' & Childrells'SHOES.
Early Morning Train Every Thursday from points on J. T. & K. W. Railway
connects with steamer same day at Fernandina.

.. CITY POINT. Springs, I SCHEDULE. .
NORTH-BouSD-Steamships sail from Fernandina every Thursday p. m., after
lands sold on long time with interest, or And everything in the FURNITUREline. arrival of trains from South Florida, and morning trains from Jacksonville, as

on the lease system, or for cash. Call and the New Stock follows:
see CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder........................Thursday,Aug. /1
just received. CARONDELET, Captain Evans......................................Thursday, Sept.
Lands cleared and planted, and cared forif CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder...............:.......Thursday, 13th
desired; by contract or otherwise. Keeps full supply of metallic and wooden CARONDELET, Captain Evans..........................................Thursday, 20th
CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder........................Thursday, 27th ATS,
Refer to E. :M. Breese: Detroit, :Mich.; Coffins, Cases and Caskets. CARONDELET, Capt. Evans....................................... .....Thursday, Oct. 4th
Jno.a Norwood, Titusville, Fla.; B. W. SOUTH-BOUND-Steamships sail from New York Pier No.21,E. R., foot of Fulton St., every Thursday,
od J.Stru,'Iazewell Court House, Va.; Funerals attended if desired. All or- at 3 p.m., aa follows:
ud A. Becker Montreal Canada for ders promptly executed, and at reasona- September 28th; October 5tb, 12th, 19th, 26th.
Embalming done. 22 i During the yellow fever epidemic steamers will continue their regular schedule between New' York
rates
I Thom I hare made groves. I and Fernandina. Order freight via this line.
Direct all Freight via Mallory Steamship Line from Pier No. 21 E R., New York. CLOTHING
3Special Agenta are located at all principal points through Florida, where tickets can: be secured and
, .Jtf: PIONEER COOPERAGESyrup information obtained.
Geo. B. Eumpli. .tir: 5tate-rooms and berths secured in advance from Jacksonville and Fernandina office. ,
Barrels $2.25. jWTraing from F. R.&N.R'y run directly to ship's side at Fernandina.
tKB-Any further Information can be obtained fromJ.
M. CUTLER, Passenger Agent corner Bay and Hogan streets!, Jacksonville, Fla.
4- daged to order, ten cents extra. A FULL LINE OF R. W. SOUTHWICK, Agent, Fernaudina, Fla.
II H.RAYMOND, General Traveling Agent Gent's Good
Furnishing
4f Iheelwrighting and Repairing. GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. C. H MALLORY & CO., General Apnts, Pier 20 E. R. NEW YORK CITY. ;

C. O. B.

if' Honey barrels and Oval Water Breakers ALSO
from 32.00 up.

Tanksudlilkinds 1 CROCKERY GLASSWARE

[ of COOPER WORK to order.T. ,

JOHNSON r

:,_; |Grui2e, : : Florida.
..'!. -- HARDWAREAND

1>%: I Opened for the Season.

ij |itA man who is interested in his own

,\, welfare ANDREW will be pleased GIBSONepethe to know tha t THIS SPACE IS RESERVEDFOR


finest to be found in :
: oysters Goods
Ship Chandlery
Titusville,
oz2 ; )

.i' ", '1 I ])SERVED IN-STYLE 01ILL -TO SUIT PATRONS.L. & :JBIR1NBDM: : ,

r .,:'' |iq and Fancy Cake made to order.

_. &* >, Bread always on hand.
ROBERT BUIST'S These will be the main features of my
THE ONE PRICE CLOTHIER.CIyde'sNewYorkCliarleston&FloridaS.S.Lme.
1 *> & first-class Barber shop attached. .
Garden SeedsSold
'tS J**"hours: from 5 a.m.to 11 p.m. Fresh business, but orders sent me for anything -

; I_?dea1rng d hack*rill leave please on note this g mail at Philadelphia Retail Prices. Will kept in any store in Titu--
I make special orders and prices to
BE parties wanting seedsin yule will be promptly filled.
BBC HOUSE OF FLORIDA bulk.

;>r' Geo. B. Rumph.

4' 19 Titusville, Fla.

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CAMPBELL
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{""" "": PORTER & POTTER Will buy Frnits.EggsCIiickeas,

;: )j Jacksonville, Fla.SL16611 ,
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17' Real Estate Dealers, Or any Country Produce my customers !

or friends may brir.gto
1: and Deliver at your nearest Worth Dade Co., Fla.
FnstClassa Lake GENERAL OFFICES : 35 MRO4DTVAY, NEW YORK. market.

;" Lake Worth, Florida is the most tropical part of
NEW YORK AUG. 16, 1888.
the State. It lies parallel with the ocean beach, ill I ,
22: miles long, of an average width of one mile,is I
:
JA.N"OSOR -
{ .. connected with the ocean.by an inlet, and is nowhere FOR FERNANDINA, FLA., DIRECT.Steamers .
over three-quarters or a nine rom the ocean. 1
and cannot be excelled,
hunting pom-
nishinR
The pane,blue fish,ea tront, ,barracuta sheephead and are appointed to sail from Pier 29, East River, New York, I ask for a share of the public pntron-
ta.GAJSfSfOXErthananrother: other fine fish being by trolling or
y with the pine a net.ooda Deer beyond and wild the turkey chain are of fresh plentiful water in Every Wednesday, at 3 p. m. age, and come as a supplicant, not a

Wt ) house in the lakes which groves lie are west in bearing of Lake Worth.all along Beautiful the shores cocoanut of- DELAWARE..............................................................Wednesday,Sept. 26tbFB.012 dictator, asking for your favorIf -.
I I1..J.guarantee Instruments to the lake and guavas mangoes supadillos, alligator
mill t.P4. I Will ship a Piano or Organ to Dears,sugar apples,Spanish limes Jamaica apples : FEa.N: ANDJN A courteous; treatment,goad
or woman on trial, and it not tamarinds, coffee goosberry trees maumee apples
x tr x10 a I.w" W Piano both$10acash $25 maumee sapotas almonds, dstes figs!, oranges! DIRECT Eon NEW YORK. goods and low figures i is
ttion and
a ,and limes,lemons,citron and all kinds of tropical Iruit
"ion "Organ till for-not much This is the
paid and flowers are doing finely her mostputern ..
1roaeY wntOn these very liberal part of Florida being 100 miles east of the Steamers are appointed to sail every TUESDAY, as follow: the candidate for
: own a Instrument.! Send for of Jacksonville This brings the Gulf
"':''-.vutJE Btrtnp containing full information. longitude Stream nearer to the land here than at any other GULF ) .. .Tuesday, Sept. 25th public favor,
4 ta ,Y1ol1n1, Banjos, rumneat.t. part of the coast, and thus insures the most even :
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fad, erery Musical in the United States. A'
&114 very low pricea. Send for com- temperature of is any put in place garden truck every winter Tlife freight and passenger accommodations are unsurpassed. Every attention will be then I'm I
r; tl I hare 20.000 pieces of Choice Large acreage bushelu of tomatoes be given business entrusted to this line. .
eena from 15,000 to 20.000 early York via Florida Line,Tier29,East River. .
f It U 'cory. 6,000 books of Choice every year,which bring from $1.50 toSUO Direct all shipments from New Circe's elected.Yours '
*M SSL1**to?* 6,000 Booka of Choice lug grown busheL Good hotels", stores and post. For further information apply to '
tojiAZ0***** Music 2* per Lots of all sizes and prices J. A. STEAD, Agent. I. A. LESLIE, Agent
It published.at offices are convenient. Fernandina,Fla. SS W. St.,Jacksonville,Fla.
rctMt? of ** muaio 21 ,who have almost all of Bay
the above firm anxious to pleas,
Becnredby ,
4I THEO. G. EGER, Traffic Ilanager)1. P. CL\DE & CO., GKVI ACTS. ,
: 'VCIwP'ibu'her pricea. Books of 3 will, in '. "
the best land to MU. Parties buying now a ,S5 ,N.Y.
t angle sire, 10 cents. Send for the 35 Broadway,N.Y. 12 South Wharves Philadelphia Broadway ...
double
than purchase money
short time,more F. M. IRONMONGER, Jr.,General Traveling Agent Jacksonville Florida. f.
.
:
l rots range from S to 10 acres aU fronting on Lake .J
). p&nipbell Worth. Prices from $30 to tf zoo an acre. Anyone Since last season VENTILATORS have been constructed on the iron steamers for the
,tbir'P Jacksonville Fla. wishing further information enclose stamp to the better transportation of Oranges and Vegetables. S. R.av.
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y 1 6()-1rr. above firm

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WOES OF A TELEGRAPHER.Trouble cans an "asks, shortly: "ThicK or clear I Isoupi" HOW MAPS ARE MADE. I ilege of o\V 1 DgOOo"kl These fi --
"HEAL THI LOVE! WORK1"7 I the
The diner usually, after sniffing I things of which enthusiastic libn
During a Thunderstorm the fumes of the cans and giving the Dots and Lines and Crooked 3Ia'ks That dream.-Philadelphia Times.
\ ere ever such beautiful triplets born ''
Require Mouths ot Skilled Labor.
Not Easily Deciphered. matter consideration makes his
weighty ,
Rosy and sweet and glad as the morn:
Never a benrthstone far and wide 'And you imagine we fellows have a decision, and then the factotum fills up The story of a dot-a fortune in a hair I Aft&UUng the Memory.

So happy as where these Urea abfclf- slick time of it, eh?" said an operator at the nearest cavity with 'soup, turns on line-is the making of a map. Dot simple device for assisting the

the Western Union Telegraph office. his heel and washes his hands of all fur- stories fill a row of walnut cases: the is to Gem-
If the angels sent but one to me, I ory chinge the pen, pencil, bunch
V.1u"fa would, 1 choose of the lovely three "Well, you are away off. An operator's ther consideration. I did not gain the reminiscences of dotted lines occupy keys, or other article ia constant of

O. of the trio Lore I* best; life, especially this sort of weather, isn't impression from a casual inspection that thousands of pigeonholes; a library of from its accustomed pocket to 8DOtber.use

Late immortal is loveSest. altogether a pleasant one, when he has I the waiter had ever washed his hands in crooked marks is piled to the ceiling of afive '' Failure to find it when wanted
brini
will
Mrs. George W. Swift Woman I got to use a fan with one hand and a pen any other than a figurative sense. The story block on Monroe street. It is to mind the reason for !

1 with the other." 'I' diner scoops the soup out of the hole in the largest map house in the world, and have found this plan of transferring it. i
Railroads of I ml I an Territory. great advantaa
"How many words do operators 1 the log with his iron spoon, and, having for twelveeare has printed 1,000,000 when it was not convenient to note
There 20,000 Cherokees, 3,000 I down
are usually write a minute I thus dined wisely and well, is promptly maps a weer-02.1,000,000pkcesof linen an item that might otherwise be
Choctaws. 5,000 Chickasaws, and from forgot
: "An expert operator has to write on ordered out by the bouncer in chief. paper coveted with dots, lines and ten. In fact, the plan can be used
for
2,000 to 3,000 minoles in the i
territory. aa
an average from thirty to forty-five I There is,no lingering over an after din- crooked marks. i i-'! ":'i"I number of
The Creeks number 8,000 to 10,000 souls i PUlpOSes.TbeC.RD
Fortune lies in the of the lines :
: words, and sometimes more, according I ner cigar, nuts, raisins, fruit or coffee. accuracy!
but it is about half of these
thought are and stories in the locations of the dots.
E to the ability of the transmitter at the The expedition of the meal is its most

negroes. Owing to prejudice among the other end of the wire. If the sender is a I striking characteristic, except, perhaps Maps cro r.!<* mxrcssary to real estate men :*.
Cherokees and Choctaws there fewer I
: are first class man he can make it very uncomfortable its simplicity.-Blakely Hall in New as title .!lfo in those nations. The territoryhas
negroes for the I York Sun. on their accuracy.
receiving
operator I .
A. GIXGUAS
more railroads than any who hare by sending so fast that he won't have ; A map is a plain simple; thing that tells L. ,

not studied the subject would believe. time to dip his pen in the ink bottle, not At the Picture Dealer's. I' its varnished tale ;*t a 0ancc.! How:; it

The Atchison. Topeka and Santa Fe route if it were buttoned to his bosom. Then It was in a picture dealer's. Some people made Until alaon: the lime of the great ATrY-AT-LA: WAND NOTARY PUS
runs a line from Arkansas City to irreverent to call such II fire eased '
in a thunder storm the lightning are enough niai-a wt.'I' t.lI on stone conjxr

Gainesville straight through the middle { feres a good deal with the inter-I places art stores. Well, perhaps, most or steel. The pieces was very slow, Rock Ledge, Florida.TJ .
of the territory. The Missouri, Kansas of them be called I tedious and
transmitting. The receiving operator if might curiosity shops t'xpensinThe i-lates soon --
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and Texas, part of Gould's Missouri Pacific i i his ability allows it, can readily get along I but still "art store" does not seem to be I wore out and maps cost about as much asa L. G.\l"LDEX,
line, runs through the northeast corner .
combination of How sheet of Buffalo
by but he has to be a happy names. gold. Alxiut 1870 a
guessing very
through the Cherokee: Creek, Choc- ful, or any mistake that he may make careI!I' that word "store" has risen in dignity of I man invented the process of making; ATTORNEY-AT-LAW

taw, and part of the Chickasaw nations. will cause his salary to be somewhat diminished j I late years! It is the gradual spead of mans en wax. It revolutionized mapmaking ,
There is a fifty mile bit of road from !'i democratic which I Titutville, Florida.
at the end of the month on ac- ideas, unfortunatelyseem and row maps are as common : -
Fort Smith, Ark., to Mcwkogee, in the
count of having to pay the cost of the to lower the highest as well as elevate t and nearly as cheap as new spapers. -- --

Creek nation, entirely traversing the message, or a few hundred dollars more. i| the lowest. Perhaps it would be i I The mapmaker works in a room whose TOXEs* & WILLIAMS,
Cherokee The Atlantic and
country. No, sir, an operator's life is not one of more accurate to say they: made a common ]i temperature cannot run below 00 ..1t.s..
Pacifio road has got the right of way, i pleasure, as is the general impression. I level between high and low. High | Few men work at it longer than four
and has made its straight across I .tttoriifjsatl.au.Titiwille. .
survey I It's one of continual worry and *s art as it was known is disappearing :..nywray. : years, though years cf apprenticeship are
the Island territory. A branch of the Rock I'I strictly business." j The only high! art nowadays is I required to make;: them expert; The heat : Florida.

system crosses the territory, and I "How do operators usually learn the making money, and that is why picture becomes unendurable the end and theygo
branch of the Southern Kansas i+I
a route
business 'I I dealing is a higher artistic profession into some other employment.
,EO. )I. ROIUJIXS,
runs across the northeast corner. Diagonally G
"A first: class operator frequently starts ;;( than picture painting. The errand boy i Preparatory to making the original ,
across the state is projected the 'I
I out as 'messenger,' and through his own j of establishment was making himself plate melted beeswax and some hardening '
Dennison and Whchita Valley road, part ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
gradually learns the I useful around the place. Several ladies ingredient are poured on a highly ,
perseverance I
Topes
of the 'Frisco .gtenl.-New York SU!!. and, if he is ambitious enough, he finally j!' had strolled in to look at the pictures, : polished metal table. For fine work the TlTUsVILLR, }' .\.

I becomes an operator. He may not then : without any intention of buying, which wax is as thin as a piece cf paper, but for -- --

Tbe History of One. be fully up to the standard. lie's got to | perhaps disgusted the errand boy. A the coarser kind;: the waxen sheet: is aa THKASHEK

Five or six years ago that woman : become accustomed to different styles of : picture of the Magdalen stood on an eighth of an inch thick. Rouih pen and 'A1. ,

was a great ueile,"said my neighbor, as messages, such as social business and I easeL ; ink drawings! of the work to 1 he done are ATTORNEY-AT-LAW

the door closed on the shocking example'of 'cipher.' Any first class operator can sit : "All!" said one of the ladies, going up : given the opcra or3. They draw the hairlines ,

resurfacing. down and write cipher after cipher, with to it and viewing it critically, "That is' with sharp pointed in>truments: by P. O. Kox :". SASFOUDi, FLL
tail: .-. all tm.r. holies ol the! Seventfc
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'She here for the first time the ; pnu-r in
came Mary Magdalen, isn't it? the aid of straight edges. The dotted
the experience he has had with this economic I Cir.uii and SIII""Il'u.e Court.: I
morning after the great ball She and costly style of telegraphing.: "I don't know if it is Mary Magdalen," : lines indicating county or township boun-

looked tired, and I didn't wonder. My For instance: in an everyday style like :,, said the boy. daries are made with little wheels, on O II. BURCHFIELD

brother, who was out late the night before I this: 'How melons ri}>enough to pluck?' The proprietor happened to be standing !< whose narrow edge are cut the peculiarly i: .C .. ,

told me that ho heard a gentleman i or Cotton's easier, market steadier cotton close by. (' designed lines. All crooked lines are .

call her by came as he handed her into a : coming in lively,' i is all easy enough, :. "Don't you know that is Mary Mag made by hand and require an artist's eye. i j COUNTY SURVEYOR.

carriage after a little supper at the close : but when the messages get this : ': dalen?" ; The names of towns, rivers, countriesand

of an evening at the theatre. It was 'Somnambulistic (t-chn buy hundred way bales "Well, Magdalen's 'nough, ain't it? It the like are impressed in the wax f I I Order-by mail will receive as prompt

midnight and she was just going hometo I middling,' and it H mixed at the other. don't matter whether it's Susie or Jennie with type letter by 'E' ..'r. Every impression attention: as calN in peron. j

dress for the balL You can guess the I end to read, 'Summon an ambulance, try : or Imogene Magdalen, does it? How : must cut through the wax to the I Address: Getirgiana, F1a.I

pace she was keeping. She bought nothing I hounded pills, middling etc.,' or 'send should I know all those women's first I polished steel plate beneath, for the mapis I

but a little violet powder to whiten I me firfziz tollar, I vas ousgaspeilt,' it's names?"-San Francisco Chronicle.I made face d."n.Vh n all the lines i H. F. ATKIXSOX.

the great dark circles under her eyes. not quite so easy. The operator looks at and letters are in the wax ia placed undera

NerP season she was a regular customerfor such a message, turns it different ways, Properties of Nltro-Gljcerine. cooler temperature, which hardens it. 1
rose leaf wafers of one kind and another and either carries it back for 'recon So sensitive is nitro-glycerine to con- '! The wax is then covered with black lead I JUSTICE OF THE PEACE

to rub a little bloom'on her cheeks. struction,' or lets it go as written. Then cussion and percussion that if it be and the steel plate, with its waxen coat, For the Second Justice District cf Bre-

After that it was paint, and now look at again,, 'I wasn't yez coom right doon on I dropped only a few feet or struck even a I is suspended in an electrotyping solu- I yard county ; Court days, third Monday

her. Sometimes: her faco breaks out in the wire' no doubt means, wants him to i; slight blow it will explode. An example iI j tion. The copper in the solution covers of each mouth
blotches and she has terrible work to of this the black lead and forms a hard plate
reply by wire. When he gets such a i I wonderful property of the stuff '
cure, them. -Eliza Putnam Heaton. message the operator is in another ; occurred a few years ago in Panama i i which is called the original. The wax ia GUNS REVOLVERS **"I Ump for prir.U4

pickle what to do. : when the sudden ignition of a quantity : then peeled off and the printing surface I to JOUX5TON i:SOS Pitt.berxb.P.sL

Ruined br the Mask Rata "In 'cipher' and 'cables,' though, such of it converted a wharf and a warehouse :, is presented. The thin copper plate ia I 31. .iUVELOt

Every old East Indian officer knows risks cannot be taken, as it might involve : into a mass of unrecognizable fragments, 'II backed up with type metal and the plate

that when a musk rat runs over the bot- thousands of dollars, and as the I inflicted damage to the extent of about a i ii i is ready for use. It is usually preserved

tles in your cellar you might as well operator's finances are nominal, he can- i million dollars and suddenly ended a j however, fur the making of stereotype :

throw the contents away. They will not take the risk. number of lives. j plates from which the actual printing i* MEMORYI

have the smell and the taste of the musk, "There: are also stock quotations that i Careful investigations soon demonstrated j j done. .

and nothing that you can do will cure it. are important, oftentimes more so than i that the change which converts a I In the preparation of the etchings

I know it is a story that you won't believe the cipher messages. A quotation comes i harmless substance like glycerine into j I great care is required to keep the wax at I .

because you haven't seen it your- along. The merchant does not intend to such a tremendous explosive is made by j the proper temperature: as a degree too .

self, but you can cork a bottle of ale, invest until he is certain that the quota- i the substitution of molecules of nitrogen j low would make it hard to work and a i Auy 1.. ..k :,tcarnril oue J't'adJ. '

say, as securely as you like, seal it and tion has been correctly received. An and oxygen for atoms of hydrogen in the i degree too high would mek it and prob- :\liml w. uilf rln: t'QN'tL

put it away, and if the rata set a chanceto operator or the telegraph company can- original compound. When this is dono : ably destroy it. Often many hundred 1V1..11.V>|>*-Mkin unlike; uitlioitt artlfw-Lil Dftte.1at.lII"-" l

play about it you will find it wholly not always be held responsible for misspelled with great care and the process ia carried i! thousand maps of the same pattern are I: }l'ii-M.." iulriiinetl 1>| i l\upJ't'we **out. t

undrinkable. I don't know how the or badly written messages." : through the last stage, the resultant liquid I ordered and from twenty to fovy platesare !i rent inclurrz.truts c1w._tn.... enrrespon.leaa t

smell gets into the liquor, but there it is. "How should a message:! be written to : is nothing more than a vast mass of made from the original. If the maps I I'p. '.-tu-. v'1U'.uLti..nsui Lr. u.... L Sam 1I

I have seen bottles washed and scrubbed insure prompt dispatch and quick delivery gas held together by the weakest and are small so many of these plates as can i 1m.Iat.ze1'....}. t Gr."t..ar lo" w.rM.hrn Tbon-i.rnn.:i.e.aIbt the 1ft gtrot hind FbYd d:.ate'" t'

and rubbed with sand, then opened and ?" I most unstable bonds.-New York Mail be used convenieifjy are placed tide by aipf_ _lid"t TM t fr- bvIT. t

found to be ruined. There is no animal "It should first be plainly written, and Exoress. side on the presses and a sheet of r"'::ps I .... _%. J uI: '1"':Erti ifllt Af P. arWTurt.E1HAUSTEjV1fAIii. t

that did old school Indian will kill with every word and figure spelled out. Papers I is printed at each impression. The ordinary I .

such a thorough consciousness of doing a plentiful and can be generously utilized -:I Underwear of Pure WooL advertising real estate map b fin

good work as the rat.-Chicago1 News. for this important purpose."-New Talking of the Jaeger system, Dr. R. ished when it leaves the press. The bet- :

York Graphic. i C. Rutherford said': "Tho spread of Dr.Jaeger's ter maps are sized and varnished. The : "

Military Balloons in Use sanitary Wens in this country larger ones are mounted on rollers and : un. 1M psi ii
ffrH fENCEtnor.
The actual practice of military ballooning Use of Foreign Titles. ; has been little short of miraculous. Of wooden strips. This completes the me- Medical Work o< & < t

is now being carried on by 1: course, years ago, the theory had been :, chanical process of tho making a map. ;*--IFl ageOD '( t
Tho is I :
Italian forces in the Soudan to a consid- "intelligent foreigner" highly | advanced by others that the most health I But this is the smallest part of map. =:: _- OQI &D41'2aI. I t

erable extent, and this question of obtaining amused at the ludicrous custom adoptedby ful raiment was that woven from animal '; The unseen work, the preparation of the .-, --",,- bCltj, Tttatta* >) j r

the gas for the balloons has some of our "leading" London papersof fiber, but Jaeger was the first to enthusiastically -I original draft, represents the time, later KNOW VB-THYSELF nSSffi I :
the German title "Herr" I
giving indiscriminately
caused little trouble. The and expended. The of the
not a hydrogen | work out this theory in its practical money story
to Teutonic, Slavonic and I lee thereon. WO pages t+.YO., 1 P' t
required has been manufactured at : details. I myself, for two yelnba dot is not woven in a day. Postoffice consequent '
scriptions for all dUeaart. C :1JO
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: I
even non-Aryan gentlemen. One findsit
Naples and taken to the Feat of war in i! worn nothing, save collars and cuffs, that i towns are located by copies of papers in by malL sealed. UuktnUiT UmPS Gold'" 1

steel tubes, each of which is about 5 5-8 natural that the uneducated masses do j I is not of pure woolen material, and I the postoffice department at Washington aDd middle-aged men. thesattt&1TbS'C>tiar j
not know the difference between Jewelled Medal awarded to
inches in diameter by 4 feet 7 1-2 inches a"Roossian" have derived appreciable benefit from it. I' ; the chief engineers of the railroads *1 Kedica1.utllatiMl. Addreea P.Q Bet tom. .
the walls about 5-8 itches and a "Proossian; but when send profiles of their lines Mass., Dr. W. H.Uarrard PAR ZB.
long, being : ;, The main reliance of the system is on I ; county surveyors lost or ta
thick. The hydrogen is produced 1y action our leading lights fall into the same : the indisputable fact that it is the property make maps of their localities. ton,who Medical be College, tSn't- d ()jkII.! : t4
error it is difficult not to smile at their may fins
on iron turnings with dilute sulphuric !i of animal fibers to exhale and diffuse Where the government has made surveys No.s Bn!>1nch ae. Specialty Dlaaaes assli' .
acid, and is pumped into these tubesat ignorance. Nobody will find fault with I all excretions of the body with I the location of a section township C.Uhb ..t. Y.n may..Yd.-II Q

a pressure of 1,919! pound per square any of our "dailies" for not securing the : which they may become impregnated, I or county line is easily mado. But the PARK i'S .

inch. Forty of the tubes are needed in services of a Mezzofantj, but on the while cotton, linen or silken fabrics re- : six mile township system was not Ii
balloon.New Orleans other hand, they should try to hide their of until the of -HAIR. .
inflating a tingle tain them for an indefinite period. Underwear thought western reserve
Picayune. want of knowledge, and not pose as of absolutely unadulterated wool i i Ohio was surveyed. In the older states, Promotes a bumdsu "aNaar

learned in matters of which they are needs to be washed but seldom. Simply i I where a boundary line begins at a stone Fails to

Rock C1'18t&1T2Jtche'Io hopelessly ignorant. "Herr Tisza" or I hanging it in an air current suffices to and runs to a white oak tree, the trouble
and class "Herr Risticn'* looks exceedingly: : droll: !
A of
new peculiar timepieceshas Good local
render it pure and sweet. Ou the other begins. maps are used in
lately been brought out which illustrates in English print; "Mons. Dragumis" per- : band, if you leave clean and newly { these states. But in countries where no 4

the steady progress that LJ being haps less so. The rule which the papers washed linen or cotton garments in a !i government surveys have been made the

made in the arts of skill and precision.This seem to wish to follow is to give every drawer they will absorb the almost imperceptible greatest difficulties are encountered.-

is a watch of ordinarysize, of which gentleman his title. Well and good.i odors of the atmosphere, and : Chicago News. ,
the case and plates are made of Brazilian But in that case they should write, if I attr
in a short time need what tho housekeepers
pebble or rock crystal, thus rendering they wish to be polite, "Tisza ur," 'Pan : call a good 'airing' before they j Value of Old Boob.I .
the Tratch transparent, and exposing to Ristich," "Kyrios DragumL," etc., or'> I
can be used. -The Epoch. The moral of all this ia that one
plain view the wheels and ail other partsof drop the title altogether if they do not : who has old books every ..
any papers or
pam-
know it. Notes and
the interior mechanism.-Scientific Queries. twr4
Effects of Mental Idleness. i phlets which he doesn't want should givethem ,
American IfJ
swing Rouse In Deri In. Mental idleness is sure to lead to men- to a library instead of the paper l lI ..

England's Domestic Service. visited tal ruin. He who will not exert his j mill or the fire, and that every library 15
house in Berlin
an rating : who lets them receive should have a top drawer as that insti- ,
thoughts passively
I About a seventh-15.7 per cent.ofthe which for primitiveness is rather aheadof ,
whatever influence chance to fall tution ia known to all mothers of families,
of isengaged may
working population England
anything else I have seen in the world.
them will lose the chief in which to deposit n&cellanies of too ,-
in domestic service. In America The dining table consisted of a log in upon soon power
only C per cent. of the same population which cavities I which makes them valuable. It ia an : little apparent value to.catalogue. Sev- ..
eighteen appeared at -
regular habit to fall into and which enty-five dollars have been paid for a ,
earn their living in this At easy one -
way. intervals. Each cavity was of about :
each needs to : quack almanac, badly wanted for somepurpose. >Itr'i
least ten families are competing for one the person guard againstthatof
size of
a large bowl, and fast '
'
soup ;
{
listlessly reading or listening or And the prices paid for many t
domestic in the United States where only ened near one was a big iron 1
every
spoon old books of
four are bidding against esu-h other in dreaming instead actively thinking and perhaps not very much
attached the .
to log by an iron chain. 1 .
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intrinsic ..
value well Bradford's .
Week. working these influences into ideas greater are- -
England.-Once a up -
The method
of
dining was neither com- ..
and convictions that are worth holding, : Almanac of half a dozen vacant
A table d'hote 1 ..
plicated nor prolonged.
i Natucs for Triplet because they have been justly earned. It pages fetches over $)00. It was the fl tissue
dinner consisting of one course which,
This is the latest credited to W. S. Gil- by tho,way, was the only dinner served ia the vacant mind, where no good seed of the press in Pennsylvania. The

I bert. A friend was bewailing in his com- in the house, cost five pfennigs-about is struggling upward into life, which will Bay Psalm Book printed in 1C40, in
soonest be covered with weeds.-Once a '| Cambridge, fetches over $1,000, by virtue -
that his wife had just prosented him
pang one cent and a quarter of our coin. The
e of the first
,, Week. j being book printed in the,
I with all girls. "What I to
triplets, am
diner enters and planks down his money \I now United States. The late Henry li> LADIES' pAORD
'
do with them! asked the "]
poor man. before taking his seat. Then he chooses OUT
A Masseuse's Old enatlcm j Stevens once bought a $10,000 library to =
I don't even know what to name them. one of the broad cavities, seizes the iron :
1 A masseuse who has practiced her I get a copy of this. While, if wo goi ire toga
"Oh said Mr. Gilbert. "call the: first
J
and waits for the waiter. That
spoon back little further ys'ffiSSSfiS1'
a find
profession largely families of we may Mr.
Kate, the second Duplicate and the: thirdTriplicate among
is
functionary usually a sort of Pooh-
a Quaritch, the London bookseller : tMct !adaTOr
t wares
wealth makes the statement that in many giving to n
-The
Argonaut.
l Bah, combining in himself the duties of
for book
$20,000 a Schaeffer
years she has administered massage to printed by ,

1. Over 5.0CO pianos are ruined cashier, proprietor head waiter and only one woman whose ribs had not beendisplaced the second printer, because it is a tine T
bouncer in chief.
every corset wearin New York and rare specimen of early typography.That ILVs c
: by A
in this
by of
year country changes atmosphere After the guest is seated the waiter 14 about lOOQja t.otts V.
'I i World. :e..r.19r thfi priv-
walks to him bearing two
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DISCOURAGING.' ,.. '"''I''' ....,( ,..... ..!"" \ :'.'Ull. O. THardware. :HEaTOR: SORGHUM: : NOTICE.

VERY S-rvjfvn: I .i.. r". L' ..-.* :>* !ia i.r ma LAND OFFICE. GAINESI ILLE. FI.A.\

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\ "S ,0: -i + t.ie ;"i ; '\ ullumB. Aug. ISth. 1SSS. JNotice

DEATHS AND FIFTY-SIX NEW -.-.....-..". ss. h... county Y"U..fc-..y andcaw and EVAPORATORSMILLS is hereby given that the lol-

TEN AT JACKSONVILLE. *..-.! 10'_ i;-:r.n ttt tcn-e n. .. :...: CASES .. *
,
S n..u. j r- >; five o'hfrs. :Uc.r
names his intention to make final proof in sUl'Jport -
q
., Want of are, k !lit.! : \Vil'.it: .M IVnn ?tr, lie:.rr :l'arn. General Produce of his preemption claim, and that
Skilled Norses. andVlv A ex-rvufr. Inj'trwi. Basii
t,; Die for : said proof will be made before A. A.
hgY j jii' .aD1 'Yetiu.Ius.i: ...., Ambrobe Thompson, clerk of
Liberal Beiponses Received to Stewart Circuit Court at Titus-
ti several George McElfre a'i.i John Lambert. It isthcuht
.
ville Fla.
on Oct. 9th ISSS.'iz.. :
tb.Appeal for Funda-Local Physicians : the latter caimol recover. Charles MERCHANT. And Syrup Makers Supplies.For William H. Wade ot Palm Beach D. S.

<) perked Down. Dabb wi.s blows one hundred feet, but was
"Ito Almost 2130, for the east of north-east J and
\ 'j jACKSOSVttiJE, Fla., Sept 8.-There were not in jure-*. The boiler wets an f>id one and Melbourne. Florida east i of southeast quarter section 21,

It'1e ... fart -- Copy
: tob1/ and ten deaths the largest number llrace Up. A. M. Hamilton & Co., Guide address lIe names the following witness*?* tn
his continuous residence
in The prove upon,
occurred
.... bas 10 for one day.
that Some of You are feeling depressed, your appetite TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA, i and cultivation of said land. viz:

1';, outlook Is very discouraging. the is poor, you are bothered with headache Wholesale Dealers in CHAPMAN & CO. MADISON P IND. John L. IIi hsmith, of Lake Worth;
died for want of skilled nurses. ,, ,,
bare
, patients you are fidgetty, nervous, and generally Fred. S. Dewey, of Palm Beach ; Joseph
, fl.board of health has sent to New Orleansfor out of sorts, and want to brace up. THE Jenkins, of Palm Beach ; Olni Gudnum-
Indian River
ai many competent nurses as are needed. Brace up, but not with stimulants, spring Oysters sen. of lIyp lnxo. Fla.

There is a very bitter feeling among the medicinesor bitters, which have for their IU S. C. 'r CKEI:. llesiNOTICE. ; iter.

people here at the policy that has shut basis very cheap whisky, and which stim- FISH AUTOMATICSELF

! women and children in who could have beenmat ulate you for an hour, and then leave .

4a. to places and of safety well two ordered weeks plan ago had been a you in worse condition than before. Green Turtle and Game. In County Court, JJicrnrd ('mudI. Florida.

- consistent What want is an aletrative that will
you
adopted. The committee appointed this; purify blood start healthy action of All orders will receive prompt and careful at- -SKIMMING By the County Judge of said County:
morning to prepare a statement of the facts your .tention, whether by telegraph Whereas Geo. F. En e.r. Titusville.) .
liver and kidneys, restore your vitality letter or iier&on. 17
looting to making charge.* against Surgeon has applied to this Court for Letters
General Hamilton will report within two or and give renewed health and strength, AND Administration on the Estate of
Such a medicine you will find in Electric E. Chase Albcrtina
thro data Geo. Gailor decease late of said
SeTera1liberal responses were received to I Bitters, and only 50 cents a bottle any Perpetual Evaporators County of Brevard.

- the appeal for relief, one from H. W. Flag. drug store on Indian River. These arc, therefore, to cite :uu'l ad-

11,000 the Savannah Benevolent association monish all and the kimlu-il
Jer, ; ----- singular and

$1O; the southern department of Kuy the flight Medicine. Ship Chandler AND THE creditors of said deceased, to be and ai,-

the Equitable Life Insurance company, pear before this Court. on or before the
The d.v of tea decoction infusion and
'l, such slops passed : being replacedby
additional hospital wards are being objections if they h:1In the
any granting -
fluid>xtfact The lat t United StatesDispensatory Uoat and Vessle Supplies, all kinds "
built at Sand Hill, and it is hoped that arrangements letters as aforesaid, otherwise the
1 says in this connection : latcntnchors, Chains, Blocks, OUR SPECIALTIES.Also .
will be for the
soon perfected same will be wanted as prayed.
.Canvass Galvanized Wire
prompt and careful treatment and nursingof "Both decoctions and infusions and have now" Hope, all sizes, Tents, Portable Soda Fountains. Witness my name'as <.County Jud e of

all patients. The poor will be industriously become almost obsolete, deservedly f'o. Spruce Ladders, the Couiity aforesaid, on this 12th tiny of
looked after. In view of the above advanced idea and B Prices Low and Goods Guaranteed.
Coppci faints, gal's, 1.2 ;al's, qts. September. 1SSS.
Leading local physicians are almost stubborn facts we beg to call your attentionto Spar Varnish, gal's, 1.2 gnl'sqtspts.. 21 Mixou S. .ToX}: t'nnntyXOTIC .IM .'.

worked down several being sick. But few the Prickly Ash, Poke Root and Potassium Oils and Leads, all kinds. ---- ---- --.- --- -- .

tenders of medical aid have been received Compound which has gained such a F. W. DEVOE k CO'S READY MIXED PAINTS, NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. L.

from places where there are acclimated notoriety, and is undoubtedly the In fact anything for Building Sailing boats i
physicians. Dr. Frank H. Caldwell of Sanford GREATEST BLOOD PURIFIER III Circuit Court t-f the fftuiith ./ t/mo/

has arrived and taken charge of St. of the age. Has cured more rheumatism Hart's Block, 90 East Bay St., Ii you have any Circuit f: Florida, in anti for /.VrvmJ

Lake'hospital Several sawmills are cutting Syphillls,ScrofulaOld Sores,Skin Diseases,
A D. 1SSS.In
.
JACKSONVILLE FLA.The County, ;
lumber for houses at Camp Mitchell. Blood Taints etc. in the last six months.
LII -
IIS Chairman McDuff will have several hundred than all the; other Blood remedies on the --- OLD FURNITURE, Chancery.
BUYERS'GUIDE is
workingmen ready to begin their construction market. It is no humbug, no secret, but a issued March and Sept., AUGUST IlAIiKKNICIIT, )

on Monday morning.Gainesville preparation composed of fluid extracts of L each year. It is an encyclopedia Such as vs. \ Divorce.

Prickly Ash, Poke Root, Queens's Delight O of useful information MATA C. II.\ EIXICIIT. J
CHAIRS
Pal atka and Orlando.
and Sarsaparilla, with the Iodide of Potassium for all who purchase It appearing by aflldavit of the agentof
WASHIXOTOX, Sept. 8.-A telegram received added. Physicians endorse it as a splendid the luxuries or the SOFAS the above complainant that respondent

a. by the marine hospital service from combination. It is a powerful tonic and necessities of life. We is over the age of 21 years, and a
Dr. Posey, states that he visited and inspected can clothe you and furnish you with
builds up the system rapidly. If you are ORGANS non-resident of the State of Florida but
" all the and
necessary unnecessary
cities and Palatkaand
the of Gainesville ,
weak and feeble try one bottle. Take P. a resident of the United States to-wlt
appliances to ride,walk, dance, sleep,
Orlando and found them Dr.
Julius Were, that Fernandina healthy. P. P. and gain flesh rapidly. It is the best eat, fish hunt, work, go to church PIANOS, of the City ot Charleston State of South
reports was remedy for malarial poison, and will cure or stay at home anti in various sizes, Carolina; it is, therefore ordered that
also in good sanitary condition on Septem chills in CYl'fin)tance. As a tonic and styles and quantities. Just figure out BUREAUS, the above-named respondent. Mat C.
bet L Dr. Guiteras reports from Camp what Is required to do all these things
regulator for, feamales who are in a low BEDSTEADS Habcrnicbt, do plead answer or demurto
Perry that eleven persons were sent to Jacksonville state of health it has no equal. Try one COMFORTABLY and you can make fair complainant's_bill of complaint, filed! _
Thursday twelve were admitted, estimate of the value of the BUYERS'GUIDE
; bottle and be convinced. Or other Furniture that wish herein, on or before the loth day of
and 14$are still in camp. Nine have been which will be sent upon any you
receipt of 10 cents to pay postage, October, A. D. 1888, otherwise the same
discharged. I RE-VARNISHED AND POLISHED, will be taken as confessed.
General Hamilton has receivedthe MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.
Surgeon Wondcrlul Cures.
And it is
further ordered that
!a! following telegram from W. S. Reese, 111-114 Michigan Avenue Chicago,111. Call on the undersigned, at the headof a copyof
this order be published in the FLORIDA
W. D. Hoyt & Co. Wholesale and Re- -
dated AlL Main Street Titusville where
Montgomery
: you
We LUDOEN & BATES SOUTHERN MUSIC HOUSE. STAR published in said!
tail of Rome Ga. newspaper
Druggists says
"Oar p vial agent reports ten cases of can have all or any of the above articles
week for
.. yellow fever at McClenney, Baker county have been selling Dr. Kings New Discovery made to look as well as New; or will live county.weeks once prior a t-j. said four 15th COIl day CCII-of

Y. Florida; one death from black vomit. Pen- Electric Bitters, and Bucklen'sArnica PIANOS. call at residences when work can not be October A. D. 1888.
stools and JIaranua have Salve for four Have never
quarantined againstthe years. moved. Also all kinds of Ornamental Witness, the Honorable John I).
whole of Baker county. We will proreed handled remedies that sell as well, or ,
Sign Painting a Broome, Judge of said Court as well as
to follow their satisfaction. There I
r example* give such universal specialty.HNOX A. A. Stewart, Clerk of said Court and
have been wonderful cures effectedby "VV". : : .
A BOY SHOOTS A TRAMP, some ORCANSNMidSummer the seal of'saitI Court, at the Courthouse -
:- these medicines in this city. Several Titusville, Fla. in Titusville. Brevard County,

. Bat In Dolus S.. Accidentally Kills His cases of pronounced consumption have istf. aforesaid. this 10th day of Sept., A. H.
Brother. cured of few bot- --
been entirely by use a 1888.

CAMKTOX, Ma, Sept. 7.-About 8 o'clock tles of Dr. King's Discovery taken in C. II. SCOTT, A. A. STEWART.

dnesJtiy morning George and Charles connection with Electric Bitters. We Sale EASTERNHAIRDRESSING Clerk of Circuit Court..

Aultman, two brothers, who had been living guarantee them always. Sold by all drug GEO. )(. RonniNs,

with relatives at Hamilton, and whose stores on Indian River. SALOON.If 1 Solicitor for Complainant."

parents reside at Cowglll were walking to --- ---

this city from Kldder. About half a mile you want a clean and easy shave, Commissioner' Salt*. '
1, east of here they met a tramp umbrella BUY NOWAND
As clean as barber ever gave, Under and by virtue of an order Issuing -
mender, whose name is Goodie Walters, and
Just call on me at my saloon, out of the County Court of Brevard
a1n who has been
hanging around Cameron seaeral PAY WHEN
. At morning, eve, or afternoon. County. Florida, made by the Honorable
days. He engaged in conversation with
them, and lear iut that Ouarle*, aged six I'll cut and comb your hair with grace Minor S. Jones, county Judge of said

toJ teen year, bad f 9 in cash, attacked him COTTON IS SOLDMIDSUMMER To suit the contour of your face; county, sitting in Probate in a certain

with a large knife evidently with intent to Q MAy, To you I'll give a good shampoo, matter depending in said court. entitled
vQ "In the of the of William
matter estate
kill him and The
get the money. art of which is known to few.
"
Harlan Forwood deceased. and dated
,
George Aultman the youngest of the PYRAFU6E
brothers OFFER. My scis!'or's sharp, my razor's keen, the 3rd of September A. D. 1888, 1 will.
and
only fourteen years of age, A scar CCRK)X>H
rt drew a revolver to defend his brother from CHILLS & FEVER, 1 My shop is a ways neat and clean, as Commissioner appointed by said order -

d Walter savage attack, arid fired six shots. DUMB AGUE And everything I'm sure you'll find, sell at public auction, to the highestand

Unfortunately his brother was jerked between gIAR %,ooo First-Class Pianos and To suit the taste and please the mind. best bidder, for cash. in front of theCourthouse s
\ Organs to be sold tu June,July, door, in the town of '1'itue-
him and Walters and the first ball Y And all
who
J August and September at Spat now to patronize intend
in said within the
. struck Charles back of the left ear and Cash Prices Payable, Just come along and bring friends ville. county legal
. your ,
sale the first of
of October
hours on day
lodged the death PIANOS, $ CASH DOWN.
in
near right eye, causing Z5 And I assure I will
t four hours after much suffering. Walters ORGANS, $10 CASH DOW, you try A. D. 1888, the following: pieces
My best to satisfy. may7
tt received three of the shots, two in his back and the balance next November very parcels, or portions of land (being partsof
1- aDd ist, ivitnout Interest: or advanceIn said estate) situate, lyin /and beingin
one in his head, and there are but slight Price. All our Pianos and Or-
, hopes of his recovery. He bas a sister iu St. gans included In tills sale, our THE SLOOP AGNES." the County of Brevard and State ot

R Joseph, and this is about all that can be Cheapest and our Best. No ex- Florida, described as follows, to-wit :
# learned in LIPPMAN'SPYRAFU6EIs ceptions. Your choice from ten Westaofnee i ot n w J, andsei
I regard to him. leading: maker and over 300 commanded by
He has acknowledged George Aultman's CALLED TUB styles; and Prices. CAPTAIN JOHN MCLEAN of section 23. township 32, range 39.

ItIt statement, which is in accordance with the I Makes containing 320 44-100 acres. N e 4 sec.
ItiI and Fever regular trips on Indian River.
!: above, as correct and says he is.the one that Wonderful Chill Expeller -SUMMER BARGAINS 1888- SHE CARRIES A FULL SUPPLY OF 12, township 33 s, range 39! c. containing
caused: all tbe trouale. Walters is bitterly It cures the chills and fever tones np the system, I 159 48-100 acres. Lots 7 and 8 of sec. 7.
and health to the
condemned, as there seems to be no doubt gives sufferer.an appetite bringing strength New Makers, New Instruments New Groceries,Dry Goods township 33 s, range 39 e. containing 84 '

that he intended to kill the boy for the small Styles,New Prices. Great Improvements acres. Lots 2 and 3 of section 11. town

l i ran of 10, George Aultman is much grieved in" our Lower Priced Instrument t Canned Goods, ship 34 s, range 40, containing 63 CO-100 ;

over the accident which caused his brother's :Large purchases enable us to offer Re- Hats, Boots and Shoes acres. Lots 1, 2, 3 and 4, section 10.

\'I death. duced Prices. Here are samples. township 34, range 40 e, containing

P.P.P. P1P1P.I Ladies' Shoes in great variety;Prints all 31618-100acres. Lot 1, section 14.town-

THRESHER !jGjfJSg EXPLODE. PIANO 1 nght.% Octave Large, Size.SStrines. Up. new: patterns at low prices.Readymale ship 34 s, range 40, containing 33 60-100

i 0.. ]. Dakota $225 Beautiful RosewoodCase acres. West i of section 14, township
and Os. in
Indiana-Pour ClolMni Toilet Articles
Full Rich Tone. Guar- 32 s, range 39 e, containing 320 acres.
Men Killed-Several Hurt. (Prickly Ash, Poke Boot,and Potassium) anteed perfect aud durable. Maker11 Price KOTIOXS. South i of section 12, township 33 s,

Qh. EiitsDAtr, Dak., Sept. 7.:-Tbe boiler of CUBES 3650. range 39, e, containing 318 96-100 acres.S .

Goulette &LetoonV threshing outfit explodedMT )lKNn 7# Octave Up- Sg For the cash only.. w 4 of n w i of section 25, and n e i of

,: the Manitoba depot at about 8 o'clock $240 __ :3 Strings. rlghtGrandLargere Full Iron Match 15: 46 6m. section 26, township 32 s, range 39 c.

.' Wednesday evening. A crew of ten or SYPHILISSyph Frame Ivory Keys, Rich NOTICE. containing 200 12-100 acres. South i ofs

:. twelve men were engaged near by and of Primary, Rosewood Case. First-class every way. w 4 of section 11, township 32 s. range
this number, eight were either killed outright ilitic Eruptions, Scrofula and Scrofulous Eruptions Maker'Equals Pianos Price rn usually>-I. sold at $m and Six LAND OFFICE at Gainesville, Fla. \ 39 e, containing 80 acres. Lots 2 and 3.
,:' cr.badly injured., a J. Goulette blown Ulcers and Old Sores. Rheumatism and August 25, 1888.
was J
section 3 34 40 .
township s, e containing
all diseases of the blood all those that have With Piano a Plush Top Stool, range
Jxrods.: He was badly scalded and bruised, resisted other treatment yield steadily and surely Handsome Cover, Instructor, Notice is hereby given that the follow 58 acres. Lots 1. 2, and 3. sec.
'not fatally hurt. An old man named to the wonderful power of P.P. P., the great Music nook and all Freight Paid. ing-named settler has filed notice of his 4, township 34 s, range 40 e, containing
KcEiozIe
r. was instantly killed. Blood Purifier. nDPAU Five Octaves,Z sets intention to make final proof in support 138 68-100 acres. Lots 1.2 and 3, section

I Four young men named McKinzie, John- Vtftffl UnUAll. ofT4 Octave Reeds, ot his claim, and that said proof will be 6, township 34 s, range 40 e. containing

r. stow Emory and Griffin sons of prominent SCROFULA Anil il U &Stops.Lamp Solid Walnut Case.Pocket High made before Circuit Judge, or in his 159 68-100 acres. South i of n w 4 ands
Mans % V Top, StandsMusic ,
1 are terribly wounded and cannot Full Sweet Tone. JIaker't Price 1150. absence clerk of Circuit Court, at Titus w 4 section 3, township 34 s, range 49
"cover. The other two who were injured Is an Impurity the blood, producing Lumps or ville Fla. on October 12th 1888 viz. 240 Lot of section
Running Sores on the Arms, : e. containing acres,
will SweUlng.causing
E,. .undoubtedly recover. The explosion Lees,or'P'eetfor the cure of which use P. P. P., HDPIM UnuAri. 10 Four Genuine Full Sets Reeds, Elbert B. Carter, of Minis, Fla., II. E. 11. and lot 1. section 9, township! 34 s.
>catteredfireinall directions, and in a few the greatest blood medicine on earth. All these S 6 5 Rich Cnse, Beautiful Parlor Stops Or-, 10332, for the N. E. quarter of S. E. range 40 e. 55 93-100 acres. Lots 1 2.
Mantes to the of P. P. P.,
the the prairie grass was blazing around diseases DeW yield life readily and new strength.power gan. Tlioasands sold. All pur- quarter and lots 1 and 2, section 31, and 3. and n e \ of s e 4, section 15.
victims giving
.
of the disaster, some of whom chasers delighted. Maker'Prtce,1210With
township 20 s. range 35 e. township 34 s, range 40 e, containing
would have perished in the flames but for Each 01 g-alt a Fine Stool He the witnesses 145 10-100 of and A
the arrival of BLOOD POISON an Instructor, Music Book and names following to acres. S w 4 s e i. c
,: ftAtad heard people in the neighborhood, All Freight Pafrd. prove his continuous residence upon,and of 8V :1, section 25, township 3 i s.range

the noise. Cared in its worst form ; sometimes in cases with cultivation of, said land viz.: 39 e. containing 120 acres. Lot 8 of

Erysipelas,where the patient was in Eternal Pain 15 DAYS TRIAL.Order James F Coachman Robert Carlisle. section 30, and lots 3, 4. 5 and 6, section
,
;, At Lower Brnle Ageocy.BBUU Scrofulous tnrt given! op ulcers by the broke physicians.out till the In party some was cases amass Moses W. Thompson. Richard Herndon 31, township 32 s, range 40 e, containing 1

twn : AQETCT, Dak., Sept 10.- of corruption; a bottle of P. P.P. was and test in your own Home. all of Minis, Fla. 20 169 62-100 acres. Lots 1, 4, o and If. t

," The commiarioneri bar not yet done anything procured,and the disease yielded quickly.RHEUMATISM. No money required until Instrument S. C- TUCKER Register. section 3, township 34 s, range 40 e. containing

of Importance, having devoted the is satisfactory. W c pay Freight both 193 98-100 acres. Lot 3 of sec.

time'to preparations for the coming work. ways if no sale. Th fairest way to d LOur NOTICE. 14, and lot 1, section 23 township :34 s. i

Prominent Indians say they are about Instruments are good and cheap,anda On Monday the 1st day of October next'' range 40 e. containing 59 52-100 acres.

equally divided now, which is decidedly And In an Affections of the Blood P.P.P.stands Vial always gives a satisfied purchaser. I will apply to lIon. Minor S. Jones, Co. Terms, cash. Purchaser pays for }
PjwnMnr, in the f Ic* of the fact that nothing alone and unrivaled, and some of its cares are -
wonderful.If end for Mid-8s>mmer Sale Cir Judge of Brevard county, Fla., for leaveto
for ubrtantial has been done to win friends really you suffer from anything:like Syphilis Scrofula cular. quit claim the interest of Texas Sheffield title.Dated the 3rd day of September. A. I). 1 11S88.

the Sioux bill The outlook or securing Blood Ulcers,Old Sores Rheumatism REMEMBER. Lmat Prices; Easiest a minor in and to the followingreal .
dim ,
t I natures at this ia decidedly bright, or & ue of the blood, be sure and Term:Best InttrumenU. fine Soola and Oavett -
.. and l' Is agency give P.P.P.a trial. ; AU fYdgfU Paid; 15 Day Trial; Sac estate in said county:The southeast WALTER S. GRAHAM.
expected that three weeks hence P.P.P. (Prickly Ash Poke Hoot and Potassium Tcart Guarantee: Syuar Dealing; One Price i of southeast } of section 22, township Commissioner.
B'nlePrativelyall tot signatures at Lower )is no secret patent medicine like the manyon Only: Money Boxed; AIL'LUDDEK4,8ATES 21 south, range 31 fast. ARTHUR F. S. WILLIAJIS,
and Crow the market Its formula is on bottle,
Creek agencies wiH have every
for Administrators tar
\V. S. BELL Guardian. Solicitor ear
been secured in thus giving a guarantee of its purity and wholeeomemn '
favor of the bnL, that blood does Tinisvtlle Fla. 22 ISSS. IStd 211P
other menlo
--- no partner give. SOt IHP.BN UUVC HOUSE. ANNAH.GA. Aug. annexo.
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8 THE FLORIDA. STAR, THURSDAY. SEPT. 20, 1888.


_
LOCAL LACONICS. -The' Board of Health, on Monday Explanation. Advice to Mother ===::
deemed it best not to receive more Mrs.WL'SLOw's SooxmsGSiBCpshonld always FOR SALE.
Monday was another warm day for Jacksonville any CITY Poi" r, FLA., Sept. 17, 1888. be used when children are cutting teeth. It relieves A tract of land
publications into the Coun- on Indian
September.Mr. the little sufferer once;itproducesn.itaral, Purer in the
ty, and now our people have to patronize Editor of the Florida Star: quiet tleep,and the little cherub awakes"brightas county. of Brevardl! onsi tin:: Of sS
Jos. Dictson, of Rockledge the Savannah News for the yellow fever soothes a button.the chflJsoftens" It is very pleasant to taste. It acres; it being lot N,,. 3, and south
SIR-Please allow to make thegums.allaj-sallpain, halt
came up on the steamer Rockledge, on news. The reports published in the me space regulates the bowels,and ia the best known remedy of the northeast quarter of section
The minutes the latecon'.ention for diarrhoea, whether and lot No. 3 : ).
an explanation.
Monday eening.Mr. News are quite as good as any that can arising trom teething or being the southwest,
ether causes. Twenty-flye cents a bottle. ter of the -
be obtained. contains the statement that northwest
and Mrs. Whetmore quarter of
came reettun
up J. PRITCIIARD,President 30, both in
on theGeorgiana on Monday,and left for -The inlet at Jupiter was opened onSunday "Mr. Archibald read letter from White, W. M. BROWN Cashier. east. This township is 31 south, range ul
a
Palatka on Tuesday.Dr. by a force of hands who made a received by White from Capt. Sharpe, hammock, soil of very rich durable piece ol f

John M. Dixon bought out the cut through the sand-bar at the mouthof making pledge to support Ewan at the INDIAN RIVER BANK. fur the raring) of all tropical quality fruit, suitable

whole of Dr. R. P. Benson's interests in the inlet, when the high water insides next senatorial contest. I am quoted' situated at the Narrow, near EDW'I I*
the business ? drug yesterday.Mrs. TltusvJlIc, Florida.A sell cheap for
cash
wide, so that navigation between Jupi- as denying having made any pledge. particulars address For

B.Wilson left here on Satur- ter and Lake Worth outside is once more The question is, did I or did I not make GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRAN
day last on a visit to friends on Merritt's established.The SACTED. r:. M. LOW.
Mr. Ewan a pledge to him. In 1ept. .
support Br
Island She her kton. Ma
was accompanied by Exchange bought and sold. Special and **'.
family. ejectment suit of Mrs. M. E. Titus the campaign of 1886, Mr. Ewan was a prompt attention given to collections. Loans

vs. J. Birnbaum has been postponeduntil candidate for Assemblyman in Dade Co. negotIated Banks, on first: mortgage for Savings GRAND VIEW HOTEL
Mrs. (colored died Corporations and Individuals. .
Curry, ) yesterday Inter.est
Saturday the 22nd, inst. This Mr.White,an entire stranger to me,wrote allowed on time deposits.S1OOOOO : .
at Mrs. Warren's residence after I ,
a promises to be an interesting case. Messrs. me asking me to assist Mr.Ewan,who was TITUSVILLE
illness. The burial took FLA.
prolonged place TO LOANOn ,
Jones and Williams are attorneys for the Democratic nominee, and the letter

this morning.Mr. I the defendant. Mr. Geo. M. Robbins, in question was written by me, and so First-class Real Estate. -0---

W. S. Tancre and wife spent has the case in charge for Mrs. Titus, worded as to do Mr. Ewan some good, as The most catrally locate Hotel in City

several days at Titusville the past week. both sides are confident of winning.All I thought, if shown to the people. I Vdvances made upon available collateral. ,

They started down the river with their -All those who desire spoke of Mr. Swan's: ability and compli- Approved business paper discounted. NEW HOUSE. "FIKST-CLASS
to theKo.ember
vote at
Drafts on IN
u111)3I.t8 of
yacht on Monday.T. mented him upon his: Dougherty letter Europe. EVERY
election should before 1tE.PELT.Open .
register Business done at Jacksonville
and Mr. White obtain rates
Hatchett&Co.say they deal justly, the 29th of this month, as after that date vote urged possible for Dougherty to General every Every favor, consistent with sound all the year round. Table Unsurpa.ved.
-
honestly squarely and politely with the registration books will be closed. or
Perry. I said: in the letter, to strengthen banking cheerfully extended. Bath Rooms Free.
their patrons, and expect to let their Everyone must register who were registered CORRESPONDENTS; : Bank of Jacksonville
Mr. Ewan that if I in Dade I would Rates '...
were $ 'SO&
acksonville', 3.OO "
lumber speak for itself. prior to June 7th, 1887. Under 1'1a. The Seaboard National per Daj.SPECIAL .
vote for him and that if he Jank.New Yoik.
were a candidate 2:;
the new constitution of Florida RATES I'ER
no yote WEEK.
The drill lost in the before
was artesian the next Senatorial Con-

well yesterday, at a depth of about 500 voter will be is allowed challenged to be he sworn must! in.be able If the to vention I would give him my support.It A. L. Hatch & SOIl, I J. ..MILLER, Proprietor.. _

feet, but was recovered to-day at noon, was a remark to Mr. White in a pri --- -
his i
and operations again proceeded. produce registration certificate in vate correspondence not meant intended m ALDS IN
order to yote. Remember this. or INDIAN RIVER ART GALLERY
as a pledge; for the senatorial con-
-Tommie Doctor and his brother
two I DRY
Seminole Indians have been in town the -Quite a uumber in our town report test:: two years ahead was not an issue, GOODS NOTIONS
week. They left excellent fishing since the recent storm and I did not dream that Mr. Ewan or ,fI PICKENS TTKNEK
past on Tuesday
saying washed the ; Trout crevalle myself would be" I have ,
would up sea-grass. a candidate. I
in
they return five months. Hardware
and sea-bass are quite plentiful, and Mrs. not seen Mr. Ewan for many years. I Crockery, Saddlery. Photographer,

-The fast little yacht Thistle has justbeen I Eddey caught a black bass: on the Signal had had no correspondence with him Stationery, Family Medi- Views on East Coast: and Indian Hirer

overhauled and repainted. appearance Service wharf last week. The one even in 1886, and down to the present cines, Garden Set-Js, a Specialty.Has .

is: *o much improved that she last-mentioned is seldom found in saltwater date he was not asking anything of the on Authorized PiloTCX.iuPH

is hardly recognized as the same boat.T always frequenting the fresh water me, and there was not the slightest occasion CHOICE GROCERIES, OF PitJSiuENT CLEVELAND AND PA
lakes in Florida, and in this instance for a pledge", and the reading of the &TY
that has
Hatchett&Co. been made
:nth:1t their lum Hay, Corn, Mapes Fertilizers. ever during thtirtlan.I
must have strayed from regular retreatin letter to the convention was the turning ,. Orders
ber is still finding its way over the county : by mail receive
and satisfaction some fresh water stream into the riv of a friendly act of mine to aid him in CITY OiVT, FLORIDA. attention. prompt
giving to their customers .J9-4imo.;
doubtful
er. his of 18Su back
contest upon
in spite of all malicious
flings atthem.
me in 188S and the made of the letter
use -
-Social Party, at Wager's Hall, on WE CALL THE
a copy of which was sent to a friendof ATTENTIONOf
Monday next, the 24th inst. JIe
-Mrs. Tubbs and her daughter, Miss Chas. N.11'alt n and J. A, Durst requestus srs. his at Titusvillf, but never presented the people of Indian River to our stock of Goods,
Vera Vern Tubbs, who have been visit to me, and the impressions growing out which
to state that the hall we are offering at close
can only com very margin.
ing friends Fort Pierce for some time of the letter, that I had pledged Mr. We make
fortably accommodate certain number a specialty of
a
past, came up to town on the Georgiana Therefore Ewan my support} as if there was a sort

Monday.Mr. sent out, ,and no more these invitations who have will be of political bargain between us, was, I
only
received thought, unfair and unkind to me. Evena Groceries Grain and Flour
L.Iackcn will open n res them can attend on this occasion\ ,, Hay
and is
taurant in the building formerly used asa which is the first of a series to be given effected pledge presupposes by intervening some circumstances thing ,
,
store on Washington avenue near the this winter. Doors at o'clock
The open eight and the holder of a )pledge should go first On which we will give special inducements. We carry large stock ofGENT'S
depot. opening day will be next p. m. sharp. No entrance fee and no

Monday.We. collection all expenses being' defrayed., other to. the people.person who Hoping made, that it, the and not intention to- FURNISHING GOODS.. ROOTS AND SHOES... HATS _AND__ TAPS., ETC.
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by Messrs Walton and Durst.: ----J
are requested lo announce that and purpose of the letter which Which u care offering at low figure Those needing shoes will find it greatly to
Rev. James Bolton will Sunday ended with the of 1886 be their
preach on campaign may interest to {give us a call as we are selling shoes very low.
the 23rd inst. at Minis School Houseat 311ms. duly considered, We will be pleased to quote prices at any time.

11 a, m. and at Titusville Court House Miss Launie Harrison Suudayed with I remain, most respectfully, IE. L. .BR.ADY
the same day at 7 p. m. All are invited. her mother. \\'. H. SHARPS.Bucklen's --- d:) :BRO.THE .
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-Rev. W. X. Chaudoin, of LaGrange, Mr. Frank Strahan paid Titusville a Arnica Salve.

delivered an interesting sermon at the visit Tuesday.Mr. The best salve in the world for cuts, SIMPLEST IS THE BEST.

Presbyterian church Sunday evening. Oliver and daughter were visitors bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
We received the card announcing the appointment at imams .
Sunday.A sores, tetter chapped hands, chilblains,
I too late for $.
cation. Thursday's publi- new barn has been erected on Mr corns and all skin eruptions' and posi- a

Chamberlin's premises. tively cures piles, or no pay requiredIt

-Mr. S. D. Geiger, Merritt's Island, Some of our friends will "trip the is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction "'

was in town on Tuesday and reports light fantastic" at Aurantia or money refunded. Price 25 cents M .
one evening
that aside from the work being done on this week. per box. For sale by all drug stores in THE rr .

places by the hands employed by thedifferent Titusville, and on Indian Rh"er.FOB. .
The
painters are finishing the insideof
it
property owners isyery quiet
in his neighborhood.M the new store building, and it will be lS .LE.
ready for occupancy next week, TROYWIND
-) C. R. Knight, one of the engineers A large congregation assembled Sab- A HANDSOME

for the J. T. & K. W. Ry. Co., was bath morning for service. Rey. Chau-

in town the past week. That he is herein doin officiating. On next Sunday morning WALNUT pARLOR
the interest of the road, is a supposed i (Sept. 23rd) Rev. Jas. Bolton will MILL
fact, but the real object of the visit is preach here. Consisting of 7 Pieces in Crim-
nt known to any one.
Mr. Maguire seems to be the" successful Brocade
Plush.
-:'Ir. T. W. Smith is taking down fisherman of the region. He son Has less pieces and runs / t

some of the buildings on his lot priorto having caught in the river here two im- ALSO easier than any mill

removing them to his homestead on mense bass, one weighing 25 pounds and made.Mills
the Hillsborough near New Smyrna, the other nearly 20. A FINE ROSEWOOD CENTRE TABLE, 1"Q0.

where he expects to reside after his termas A lawn party is on the tapis for next With Silk Plush top ; latest design.ALL .

marshal has expired.Mr. week. Tuesday evening the 25th being AS GOOD AS NEW. ..

C. Webber, recently expressmessenger the time decided upon. Fine croquet Address, "Star," Titusville Fla. ,
,
on the Indian River division grounds are being prepared between the .2tt.

has been promoted to the position of store and the hotel,also a lawn for tables

route agent on the main line of the J. T. which will be very artistic in effect and TITUS HOUSE

& K. w. Ry. A young man from Gainesville at which ice-cream and cake can be ob-
by the name of Woolfle takes hi tained. Iced lemonade also will be fur TITUSYILLE, FLO1UDAPLEASANT Derricks Pumps Tanks

place. snished.. The grounds will be illuminated i I ,
by huge bon-fires and other lights. LOCATION.
-Pay train rolled in Tuesday after Swings will be among the attractions for REASONABLE RATES. and Pipe Work put in complete and warranted. Pipe and fittings on

noon and spent about an hour; not thatit the juveniles and perhaps for children short notice. Pumps of all kinds furnished and repaired.
required all this time to pay off the of a larger growth. A grand time LARGE, COOL ROOMS For the next well
good ninety days where cash accompanies order, I will furnish a
railroad help at this place, but becausethe is expected and all are cordially invited Special arrangements by the week or for $40, or well and force p'ump for $52.
occupants the car wished to
get a to attend. month.
sniff of Ocean breeze just coming across 19MRS. Call on or address JOHN MYERS: ,
Indian River. S. A. SINGLETON
nierritt Proprietress 12
Island.A Box 208, TITUSVILLE, FLA._

Messrs.. R. N. Andrews, of Cocoa,, few of our young people visited In Circuit Courthe Seventh JudicialCircuit

and X. Downey, of Melbourne, were in Rock Ledge on Sunday last. of Florida, Brevard Couuty,

town on Monday, to see that the list of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Powell were pleasant A. D. 1888. In Chancery.J. BOBBINS & GRAHAM,

Grand and Petit jurors were properly visitors the first of the week. H. FOSTER 1) .
drawn. As it happened the Rev. :Mr. -t;
vs I ).
Mr. J. R.
Andrews: wasoneof the lucky ones drawnto Field has fenced forty :acre F. MORTEN & HATTIE }-DRISA0JS I! !!?" of
serve on the Grand Jury. of his back land for a cattle pasture. .)IORTE.'i' .his wife,& Partnersu1)
Mr. The Merritt Sunday School continuesto HENRY MORTEN. J I REAL ESTATE BROKERS & LOAN AGEim.
Hulbert, of the J. T. & K. W. flourish under the leadership of J. R.

Ry. car department, at Palatka, went It appearing from the affidavit of the
down to Melbourne on He Miot.Mrs. above
Saturday. named plaintiff that the
Dr. Wilson and respondents
returned on Monday, accompanied by family, of Titus 1!'. Morten and II. B. :Morten his
his wife. Unfortunately she could not ville Field., are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. J wife and Henry Morten, are non-resi LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD.

proceed to Palatka with him as she had dents of the State of Florida, and that
left her trunk behind at Melbourne.The Miss Nora Chancey, of City Point, their respective residences are C oving- Loans Negotiated on First Class Security at from 12 to 24 per cent

has been visiting Mrs.! Carter. She re ton, in the State of Kentucky but that;
Town Council held a meeting at turned Monday. the Post Office address of the said F. Choice lots in rapidly growing Towns, will net investors 100 percent

the office of D. L. Gaulden last Thursday "Dame Morten and II. B. Morten is 152 Main in twelve months.

evening. For about the fortieth time take rumor" whispers of a wedding Street, Cincinnati, Ohio and that the Residence lots in Titusville from $20 to 81000.
soon to place in this up
the sea-grass; question was discussed, but locality, "Ma y said respondents
they live long and are respectively over Business lots from $250 to $2,500.
no steps were taken in the matter. Xo prosper. the age of 21 ;years. It is ordered that

important business was transacted asid Bathing is the favorite pastime with the said respondents. F, Morten II, B. for Florida Lands.
from the usual auditing and paying ac the Merritt.. young people.this summer, I Morten his wife and Henry Morten do- Agents Southern Railway
counts. ana some 01 tne young ladies are becoming respectively) or. or before the 5th day o r
expert swimmers, a very necessary November A. D. 1SS8, plead. answer or More than 3,000,000 Acres of Choice Lands, located in nearly every
Deputy Sheriff, T. \V. Smith, and a demur to the in the State suitable Vegetab e
of aids accomplishment for those who reside on complainant's Bill of Complaint county / for Farming, Grazing, Fruit and
returned from the Haulnui4er an "island." herein filed or the same will betaken Growing-Pine, Cypress and Cedar Timber price 81 per Acre ana
over yesterday with six or seven negroes l as confessed and the complianan ,

from Daytona, who it was claimed were Garden Soods. allowed to proceed ex-parte with said upwards.
fleeing from the officers of that And it is P. O. Box
place for Just cause. further ordered that a 2.50 Titusville, Florida.A. .
some shooting affair. A subsequent telegram received, in bulk, a fresh, new copy of this order be published in the

stated these were not the crop of garden seeds in cabbage, beans, FLORIDA STAR published i in '
ones wanted newspaper A. STEWART GEO. S. BHAHA
cucumber raddish M. ROBBINS WALTER :
: so they were released.We tomatoes, squash, said county for four consecutive weeks, ;
cauliflower, celery, and many other vari prior to said 5th day of November A. D. Clerk Circuit Court. Atty. at Law.

learn that Mr. A. Brady, the expert eties. Have contracted for 100 bushelsof 1883, WITNESS the Honorable John D

appointed to examine the books of Early Rose, Snow Flake, and Red Broome,Judge of said court, as well a s BREVARD ABSTRACT COMPANY
the tax collector from A. D. Johnson's Chili seed potatoes. This is firstclassseed A. A. Stewart, Clerk of said court, am OF TITLE

time up to the present, has about completed stock. Ready for delivery November seal of said Court, at the Court House in Drr-
his work, and that his report will 15th, 1888. Engage what stock you Titusville. in said county, this 18th day Complete Abstracts of Title furnished to all lands la

be submitted to the County Commissioners wantnow, as prices will be higher. of September A. D. 1SS3. lard county, Florida.

at their next meeting after which Prices on all seeds at Philadelphia retail A. A. STEWART.

it will be presented to the Grand Jury quotations. 20-3 m Clerk Circuit Court. Titles Examined and Perf cte4.
Jones
and
for examination. Williams solicitors tor com-

;; ; Geo. B. Rumph. plainant. 22 Box 250, Titusville, ,Fla.




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