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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 27, 1888
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
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Republican Primary. Conference of Health Hoard 31 i ms. I cleared and planted for a winter gardenby Lake '" orlli.

I Pursuant to the published call, about At a conference of Health Boards heldat Mr. Hatchett, of Titusville, paid Mimsa Mr. M. Some rain,

J thirty negroes and two white Republicans Tavares, Florida, Sept. 25th, 1888, the a it Monday.Mrs. The frame of Mr. S. F. Gibbs cottageis But nobody complaining.The .

i met at the court house at 2 p. m. following counties were represented : Roberts returned from Aurantia up, the building will be 30 by 16 feet

j yesterday and were called to order by Brevard, Orange, Putnam Volusia Monday. Mrs. of that Deerhound is repaired and afloatat
Quinby, place, with verandahs to both stories, the location l last.
Geo. M. Bobbins, Esq. Evidently two Clay, Lake, and Marion. The transpor- was a caller among us. is a pleasant one and right handy
little "schemes" were on foot, but the op- tation railway companies represented The Bon Ton left on the 16th for the
I Mrs. S. J. Gray and granddaughters to reight house, postoffice etc.
; was, to use the words of parson were : J. T. & K. \V. Ry., South Florida B. I. R. and Titusville.
position came Tuesday to attend the
up morning The Florence made a quick trip ]leaving -
Eufaula, afraid to propose anything Railway, Orange Belt Ry., and Florida Lawn Party. They are always welcome the creek at 5 for Capt. U. D. Hendrickson's new storehouse -
p. m. on Tuesday
thing lest it should be "laid! under the ta Southern Ry. is well under
! visitors. way.
Titusville she arrived with a load at 11
ble" and, so, the program of the chairman The following resolutions
were
adopted Miss Belle Ernest, of Lake Worth i is
Mr. Hammond has arrived from Hawthorn p. m. Thursday against a head wind. ,
, was put through without variation.Rev. :
Fla., and will erect a dwelling in She sailed on Saturday for another car- visiting friends at Palm Beach.
Isaiah Gory moved that the dele- Resolved, that certificates adopted] at
the hammock, for which lumber arrived go. Messrs. Lennon, Burke and Harp, of
, gates "be elected one at a time and by Ocala conference be adopted, with addition -
. londay. Most excellent health the the Democratic Club, have gone to Miami -
prevails along
acclamation. This was carried and the I of signature of applicant and can

1 announcement made that nominationswere be issued by any member of the Boardsof Mrs. Dr. Jennings, of Titusville, is recuperating river, the only case of sickness known to on political business.

: in order; whereupon the portly and Health or any authorized agent of the I at the* Hiawatha with her us being that of Mrs. Russell, of Fort Ca- Figs do very well here as the trees on

g beaming Gory arose and with the air of Board. daughter, who seems much improved by pron, mother of James Russell. Mrs. lessrs. Robt. B. Moore's and R. R.

an aspirant who don't mean to be left, Resolved, that through passenger and the change. Russell is we believe over 80 years of age, McCormick's places show.

and declared with emphasis "that the freight service be re-established immediately Two boxes of lemons were shipped from is totally blind and has been partially Mr. John A. Harp has received his appointment -

first man on the list was Isaiah Gory." via. S. F. & W. Ry. to Wayeross Minis for the Jacksonville sufferers, :\lrs'j paralyzed J for some time, and is failing, as sheriff, and will send in his

; "All in favor of this motion, say aye,' and Callahan, then to Waldo and Hawthorne J. E. Brady and Mr. H. Roberts being I Her case is considered hopeless, we are bond, etc., in a few days.

said the chairman (responded to by a dozen and then uth'ia Florida the generous donors. sorry to say. Dr. Fee went down on the The Mary B. has been cleaned, repaired -

or so of voices); "all opposed say no"- Southern, F. R. & N., and east via Florida Rev. Bolton preached an excellent sermon White, Saturday, to see her. and re-painted, and is getting

hereupon the mover arose with great dig- Southern and connecting lines. on Sunday last, to a largo and appreciative We understand that Mr. Clias. Stout ready to go to Titusville after supplies.Mr. .

nity and raised a "pint of order." The Freights to be in solid curs, sealed before audience. He remained in and his wife are soon to leave UfoS.Irs.. A. Wilson and family, of Enter-

rote was to have been by acclimation,Rev entering north line of infected terri- he-vicinity till after the Lawn Party.Mr. Stout to resume a positionaspreceptre ina prise, arrived on the 20th Mr. Wilson

Gory thought, and he objected to hear- tory, and seals not to be broken until Henry has opened his new store, seminary in Alabama, and Mr. S. a will work Capt. H. P. Dye's place this

ing any noes. Thereupon the Rev. Gorywas cars have passed south lines of infected and displays a fine stock of goods. The place on a paper in which he has an in- season.

declared elected and the balance chosen territory. terest. Mrs. Stout is a contributor to
interior of the room presents a most attractive The lake now is alive with mullet and
in like manner without any more Passengers to be brought through the We for some northern papers, and periodicals, '
appearance. bespeak blue.fish"trout etc. also
pompano ; are
and both will be much missed
infected on
"pints of order. territory in locked cars. him liberal very
a patronage. putting in a rather multitudinous
In explaining the object of the meeting Resolved, that freights north and west the New. By the way we read in a ap-
Messrs. Walton and Durst's social pearance.
Mr. Robbins made a clear and un- of Live Oak be permitted to enter the Florida newspaper, that E. H. or F. Lit-
t party, which was to take place on Monday The Laura B. P. Larsen the
mistakable speech from a stalwart Re- State via Baldwin, under restrictions embraced tIe of Michigan, was the author of "Flor- Capt. at
at Wager's Hall, Titusville, was ida wheel], arrived on the 20th from the B.
publican point of view. Hecongratulated in the foregoing resolution. my Florida. It was written by Mrs.
postponed until Monday next, Oct. 1st.The I. R. bringing :Mr. A. Wilson's household
the negroes that the contentions and Resolved, that the J. T. & K. W. Ry. Stout, and not by ome Little unknown.It .

divisions in the Democratic camp had and S. F. & W. Ry. can at once resume evening's amusement will comprise [ was published in the News, with the goods down.

singing, instrumental music, recitations, of Mrs. Stout authoress before The Fleming Club still hold their
name as
opened up an opportunity of great promise freight service via La Villa Junction, in
checkers chess cards and
bean-bag, ,
for the reorganization the Repub- manner aforesaid.! mosquito season, we believe. regular Saturday afternoon meetings.
dancing. Entirely free to those who have
lican party in Brevard. Under the old Resolved, that through freight and pas- been invited. The moonlight excursion on the steamer Their county ticket will, probably, soon

leaders, he said, in effect, the lights had sengers be permitted to enter Floridavia Kathleen, was not so well patronizedas be announced.

gone out, and the party had become S. F.V.. and Florida Southern Eau Gallic Item it would have been, had not persons The Bessie B. i is again in commissionand

moribund ; but that under new manage- Railways, via Gainesville, as soon as When are we to have a new store? feared to interview the Banana mosquitoes. ready to make a run-away from

ment, and under the new era of Democratic transfer shall be shown to be at least one We noticed on board Mrs. R. W. yellow fever if it gets here-probably to
Nothing further being done to the .
demoralization there was almost mile from any infected point. Goode, Misses Grace V., Annie, and Jes- Key West to get goods.
landing-stage at the mouth of the Eau
a certain prospect of victory (Voice: Resolved, that all transportation lines Gallie river. sie Goode, Miss G. Ely, Mrs. E. Kirt- Mr. C. C. Haight has completed a

"Dat's bisness"). The Republicans had be permitted to bring freights originating land, Mr. C. T. MacBride, Mr. and :Mrs. large scow for Mr. C. S. Cragm, to be

only to lie low, keep their own counsel, north of Florida into the State in Mr. Piazza, who has charge of Mr. Chas. H. Stewart and Mr. W. H. used in carrying sand, rock, etc., to use

and slyly fan the flame of Democratic: .sealed cars as aforesaid. Alellor's grove, report| quantities of Adam Your correspondent would in improving his east side place.

discord into a conflagration. By this Resolved, that all transportation lines guavas for sale. have gone too if he had thought he could Messrs. Poole, Hardin & Co. have

means they would secure a senator, a be allowed to carry baggage, express and Capt. John Houston and family have return by the seasonable 1ionr at which 'rented )Ir.' Ab. "Wilder' place and six

representative and a sheriff whose very passengers through infected territory in moved into the residence lately occupiedby i they arrived home, i.e.,at 11 p. m. No a acres of Mr. Pat. Lennon's place ; and

names-to say nothing of principles- locked cars.Resolved and belonging to, Mr. P. McMillan.The mosquito was heard or felt during the Mr. Walter A. Hardin, of the above

would be a guarantee of satisfaction to that the foregoing resolutions Artful Dodger is now "dodging" whole trip, and we think the next excursion firm, has arrived and is arranging to begin -

them. He said his hearers must not apply to the outgoing as well as the about the Eau Gallic river once more, will proveas agreeable,and more work preparatory to putting! in a

seek too much, but to nominate candi- incoming trains. laving recently returned from Courtneywith profitable to the owners, who we hear expect winter vegetable crop.

dates for these three places only, and let Resolved, that any county representedin her owner. to continue these excursions throughthe
Who cucumbers will not
the disaffected Democrats take care of this conference who wish to change The winter.In says grow
steamer Maggie Dillon has been here in the hottest and driest weather?

the rest. He said that the Republicansnow these regulations shall give five days' newly painted and repaired, and i is againat this connection we cannot but remark During the past summer Mr. Robt. B.
had the road to the State offices notice to all counties and transportationlines.
her the truth of the saying "go
anchorage near the Treutler away Moore raised, on his place, two of these
blazed out for them by the Democrats.The Hotel, on the Eau Gallic river. from home to learn the news." In Demorest's 'colicky": things that measured 9 inches

Democrats had, by their votes,given On motion conference adjourned.T. .
Magazine for October under the
Messrs. Jno. E. M. Hodgson and John long by 6 inches in circumference, and 8
! them a new constitution, which the Re- P. GARY, President. "
head
of"The World's Progress etc. after
Houston have been appointed school inches long by 5 inches in circumference
publican leaders had cunningly preparedfor Attest., GEO. F. CARLILE, :Secretary.::
that
stating "business in the principal
trustees for District No. 5 for the coming and with 19 and 17 "mancolic" power
them. The coast was now clear be- cities of Florida, has been almost -
year, and hope to have the school open suspended respectively.
cause the new constitution fostered greed Executive Committee Call. shortly in the new Baptist church, the owing to the epidemic of yellow fever SAM.

and ambition among the Democratic as- To the Prohibition Democrats of Rrevarc trustees of the last mentioned building which has necessitated a strict quar- I

pirants for the county offices. and Dade Counties. allowing the church to be used as a antine against Jacksonville," and remark- Card of Thanks. /
He had letters from the FELLOW CITIZENS The undersignedwere J
next
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governor school pending the erection of a school ing on the measures taken to stamp out Editor Florida jStar:
Hhipmau, containing "glad tidings of: appointed by the Prohibition Dem- house. the disease, or prevent* its spread, closes
DEAR SIR-I desirous of
great joy" on this subject. He couldn'tenter ocratic Mass Meeting, held at Rockledge with the remarkable statement that "The am availing
The steamer Kathleen, Capt. Harry myself of your newspaper in order to
into because the 11th inst. Executive
further particulars now on a personal infected district includes the whole -
Hodgson in command, carried a moon- peninsula thank the gentlemen in Brevard Countywho
formulate the views of
Democrats were present and Re- Committee to ; south and east of Fernandina,
publicans must be secret in their party Prohibition Democrats, and to set fortha light excursion party from Melbourneon Gainesville and Cedar Keys. Some one were delegates to the Senatorial Convention -
Thursday evening last. A pleasant held at yourcity recently, whichI
: concerns and counsels. They had only call and arrange for a proposed convention should stroke that writer's "Fair, long

to watch and turn to advantage the rows of the Prohibition element of the time was spent. Among the ladies pre- ears," and whisper loud enough for himto was prevented from attending'by circumstances -

and counties. The action of the late sent were Mrs. R. W. Geode, Mrs. Stew- I could not overcome, for
I' mistakes of their adversaries. He two hear through their enormous length,
art, :Miss Ely, Miss Goode Miss Kirkland their generous and able support of my
Titusville
said Convention of
Democratic
that the Democrats had won the that the region referred to, not only is,
and others the names of whom name when presented to that Convention -
-t State government by fraudulent ballots was inadequate and wholly unsatisfac- your but always has been the most healthy por-

and other methods that probably his colored tory to the Prohibition element of the correspondent could.not leatn. tion of the State, and that the eastern for a possible candidacy.

( i friends knew more about than he Democratic party, for the following rea- half of the peninsula south of Jacksonville While the people of Dade County may
Melbourne.Rather
be slightly disappointed in the fact that
t did. Here, Mr. Robbins illustrated the sons : 1st. The present incumbents are most likely has not to-day a singlecase
breezy Saturday.And their claim to the position has never
;, modus opmllldi of tissue ballots. the nominees for the ensuing official of yellow fever, except the few at
rain ? Well Saturday nigbt'ssbowcr ; been to the of
yielded by Democracy
J Things he said term and have in the past, occupied the
were now changed, by the heaviest have Gainesville. It is not likely the fever
was we seen or Brevard County the steadfast adhere
the scramble for offices all offices and have not exercised their authority -
will
county over make its appearance on the river andif
rather heard in time.
< along of of their
to
ence some delegates
; the State and the keen policy of the Republicans to enforce the prohibition laws. some refugee should chance to developa your
Landings have been recently made at candidate commends itself so highlyto
.J 2nd. The nominees for the Senate
in running no county ticket. case it would scarcely spread in this '
the places of Dr. DuBose, Miss H. Allen us, that we feel a political
f, Any amount of colored voting would now and House of Representatives are men of ozone-laden atmosphere. Business not at
. and Mr. Gibbs. bond has been formed, not soon to be
be and
encouraged and allowed because the can- avowed anti-prohibition feelings a standstill here by any means, instead,

tokte*for all offices were voted for on the averse to the railroad commission.3rd. The last land sale we hear of, is three our storekeepers will agree that this summer's broken. And I trust that the events
and results of the last Convention will
r lame ticlet.: He made a somewhat caustic We are struggling for principle, acres sold by R. W. Goode, Esq., to Mr business i is far ahead of the usualor
aid us in future ettorts for Democracyand
>i remark in respect to the Sheriff's place- and it is only the principle at stake that Wm. M. Campbell. average summer
trade.U. beneficial of South Florida.
and some of the "colored troops," no could have induced us to array ourselves, From Ohio letters, we learn that Mr D'OONOHU. that progress lam unable
at
Regretting present
doubt having in mind Sheriff Bowman's and arraign the nominations made by R. W. Andrews has improved greatly in ..
i to meet and thank the delegates who
efficiency in at least one way, clanked the Democratic Convention duly called health and expects to return soon to Editor Florida Star :
1 worked so earnestly in my behalf, personally -
their shields, so to speak, and rapturously and held. This is a local reformationand Florida. DEAR SIR-I herewith furnish you
and desirous to extend all kindly -
their hands. In closing, he again must be taken hold of by the people The vegetable growers along the rive with an official list of the Executive Com- greeting to ,the members of the.Con-

cautioned his adherents to keep their themselves, for it is evident to the most are preparing for the busy season. The I mittee for 13th Senatorial District. vention at large for their unexcep-
past
vests pulled down in the presence of unobserving, that the powers thatabe have quarantine will probably be removed be- Thos. A. Jones, Chairman, Jas. A. tionable to the delegates who

Democrats.ow not heeded and will not heed the will of fore they care to ship. :\IcCrory,P. Lennon, of Dade, B. R. Wilson courtesy
presented name to that body, I am,
\ at least one thing is demonstra- the people,as expressed at the ballot box K P. Branch has had his creek front Secretary, P. McMillan, C. B. sir, most respectfully my
ted, and that is that is last September.We T. J. DeSteuben J. H. Sams yoursJJ.
Mr. Robbins an Magruder, ,
and side walk cleared off. Mrs. Ely's lots W. EWAN.
ambitious i and therefore, respectfully and earnestly A. of Brevard. '
aggressive leader, a good Brady' Respectfully,
have been hoed and raked off anda
1888.
nicely 17th
a ardent call the Prohibition element of Miami Dade Co. :Fla. Sept. ,
11126/- ready lawyer, an par- upon A. BRADY.
t Dade and Brevard to landing cleared on the creek. ..
t:;::* means and character with the counties of I
and other adjuvenants make him meet in primary meeting, in their respective The Florence arrived T.
sloop Thursday
Wednesday
29th day of After fourteen month's stay in St. Au- At :New Smyrna,
foremost man of his party and the precincts, on the night with her second load of lumber for returned San- mortally wounded R. L. Williams -
goet dangerous foe to Democracy in this September to select delegates to a conTention gustine, Daniel Baily to Humphries
to be held at Rockledge, on the the week, for the house: of Dr. DuBose, ford Tuesday to take charge of the erection his friend, with a shot-gun mistaking i

Zve d$ be says, the old time Republicans 9th day of Oct. next. \ for which Mr. Ely has the contract. of thebrick block,to beerected: by the him for a negro tramp. Williams _

means been slumbering. He evidently :R. N. ANDREWS, The lot on the flat.between D. W. Mc- the Plant Investment Company, workon was taken to the Sanford Hospital. > His
to wake them to what eAbuiV8 L. A. GIXGRAS,
thint UP and C. J. Hector which will in few antemortemstatement'exhoneratesHum.phries.
a striking chance for success. Guy IETCALF. Quaig recently pur- now commence a ,

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THE FIFTIETH CONGRESS. which availed nothing. Tftree of the four THE GLOOM GATHERING. THE FIFTIETH CONGRESS. I OUTLOOK OF
contestants were disposed of by perm.ism, ; FINANCES
the sitting members to retain their seats. I I I Proceedings of Both For the j I
President Cleveland to lass Wednesday Two Hundred and First
up Day.
BUSINESS THAT HAS ALREADY BEEN I THE CONDITION
OF
sent to congress nlnety-/Ine vetoes >t bills YELLOW Ths senate was not in session. BUSINESS DURING
TRANSACTED.An passed in this session sixty-four of hou- I I I In the house consideration of the retaliation ; THE PAST WEEK.

and thirty-three of senate bills, nearly all of I bill was resumed The bill flnall

Unusual Long Session and the Causeof them private pensions or bills making appropriations j TwrlyoeIore Deaths Swell the Number to | passed-yens 17b, nays 4. At 5:16 p. m. the j A. Slight Disturbance in
for public buildings. The president i- bouse adjourned. the Speculative
One Hundred aud Slxte..n-\lmOltt
Its -What Has Been At- a
Prolongation Market
up to that day had sent to congress a Ii I Doe not Stop the General Improvement .
tempted and Accomplished-Important total of 213 vetoes of bills of all kinds passed i Thousand Cai Reported' Up to Date. I I, Two Hundred and Second Day, of Busineiut-Report

Hill Still Pending In Both Bodies.WASHINGTON during his administration, while fifty-five I Unfavorable Weather Still Prevails. In the senate the conference report on the Condition of the Crupt-Th. at the
bills that date had i JACKSONVILLE fortifications bill was agreed to. A bill to Failure,
17.-Nine months hadclaimed up to become laws without Flo., Sept. 17.-The offl NEW YOKK
Sept. Sept. 14.-R G. Dun
the president's signature. In the first cial bulletin for the hoursis indemnify the Chinese for the Wyoming & CotnpanY'
on Wednesday the 5th inst., since I past twenty-four massacre was introduced weekly review of trade
session of the last congress the president: New by Mr. Morgan. says: The
the first session of the fiftieth congress con vetoed 104 private bills. and six measures: of : cases, forty-three: deaths, twelve; It was referred to the committee on foreign ]week has been one of further improvement

vened. The session on that day had already general character. j I total oases to date, 830; total deaths, 116. relations. The conference report on the i in business, notwithstanding disturbances

exceeded by three or four weeks the usual Of the grand total of 13,821 bills introduced I The deaths are: Mrs. Herrick, the fourth in rmy bill was agreed to. At 4:15 p. m. the i in speculative market The

length of sessions and there has been less in both houses and the 0,570 reported this family; Frank S. Robinson, Henry Sen- senate adjourned. :3f a dividend by the St. Paul caused passing
fall
than a half dozen sessions since the forma- from committees only 278 bills other than gle, Louis 1.'. Fleming E. Gray, Frank lu the bouse the conference report on the j in stocks and the government a

tion of the government which have been of the 653 pension and other 'private bills have Wieley Mr. Chatman, an infant of W. J. fortifications bill was adopted. Bills were ,' |fall in wheat while the export crop trade report a
,
become laws. About of these of Wallace, Lula E. Coleman, Berry BogwalL introduced under the call of states The though
greater duration than the present one. It is sixty are improving j continues small but the
not probable, however that there will be more or'less ienerallnterest. The most important I The new cases are: Miss Lucy Huller, James inference taken report on the sundry civil bill j of' legitimate business is large and voluo*
the was up, and the senate amendment incrouj -
are following: McDonald, L. Ring Mabel Gilbert. Ruth Gilbert ap |
more net results in the first session of the I 'ing, and there is
I improvement
propriating $250,000 for the j' in the
Authorizing the condemnation by the governor and infant, Mrs. IIulance Mr. Evalde, investigating pro
fiftieth congress than there has been from I of land for sites of public buildings: William Cook, Mrs. Harriet Foster, Bessie reclamation of the arid region discussed! I j iuctive industries.

other tieS lon.. The work has been deltyed establishing a department of labor prohibiting Miller, colored; Fanny Wright, colored; N. until :5 p.m., when the house adjourned. : The crop report was: *> much W gloomy

and the session prolonged by nsideration of I obscene or libelous matter passing Thompson colored; Miss Mary Elston, John Two Hundred-and-Third Day. | ;than other recent accounts that i it cause a

the tariff bill, and an effort on the part of through the mails; providing for an annual Ryalls, colored; Sophia Ryalls, colored; In the fall of three and on -quarkr cents in wheat

both parties to gain political advantage in I I j maritime conference to secure greater safety I Sarah Hall colored; Dr. Mallet, :Miss Nellie the bill to senate a conference was ordered on i i i !and three and one-quarter in oau, with corn
pension the widow of Gen. Heint-
the pending campaign. II for life and property at sea; giving $100 I. Cook, Sarah Kelley, K. L. Jacoby, S. Bal- zelman. the house !I half a cent lower. Estimates t ba.se upon
reduction
The following information has been com- I bounty to soldiers who were enrolled or enlisted lenmansky, William Harrison, H. Kearns, from 8100 to $75 month.proposing The a Fourth of | i the report differ as usual, but the figure

piled from the records of congress by repre- for three years prior to July 23 1861, Fred Starlousk :Mrs. Williams, colored'; C. July claims bill per was passed. The Chinese !j I whether correct or not appear to indicate

sentatives of the United Press: During the and who were subsequently honorably discharged Vallina Mrs David Holmes Mrs. Doyle, exclusion bill was taken and carried. At a total yield of 15OuOOUO bushels whoa:,

nine months which en.led on Wednesday, the from the service; authorizing the Nellie Halliday Mrs. Jennie Diaz Robert 5:15 p. M. the senate adjourned.up which, with the large surplus of 51,000,000

5th inst, there were introduced ;n the house president to arrange a conference with the Nolan Mrs. Stafman, Miss Stafman, anotherson In the house the conference the bushels from previous years, would meet all
11,363 bills and joint resolutions against South and Central American republic witha of S. L. Learning, A. D. Hensley, Lewis sundry civil service report bill on requirements, yet it it well to observe that
view to closer commercial relations remitting Hensley colored Grace Huller appropriation waken > in large sections the farmers have tarsi
; colored
10,194 in the first session of the last congress.In : ; t the amendment
the senate there were introduced 3,520 duties paid on imported breeding Robert Osborn, Julia Jones, colored; F. Os- that of up the senate pending in reference to the being; ,' badly with this crop, upon which they dV

bills and 107 joint resolutions against 2,881 animals, and admitting tree of duty those born, colored; Dora Ward, Henry Teason. clamation the arid At 4:30 the re- pend mainly for cash returns, and their par
regions. 1 chases
bills and fifty-six joint resolutions in the imported in the future; reducing the charge The discharged were: Sister Onasine, house adjourned. may therefore prove lighter than
first session of the last congress There were for passports from $:S to (1; increasing pension Mrs. McClellan, Mrs. T. D. Jones Sarah > many anticipate. And that, in this COM u

reported from committees in the house 3,407: for utter deafness to $30 a month; increasing Butler colored; Wm. Butler, colored; T. H. Two Hundred and Fourth Day. in its cotton estimate som month ago, the

bills and joint resolutions against 3.U71n the stringency of the laws prohibitng Williard, Pope Holland, Mrs. Nelson J. E. In the senate Mr. Spooner offered a resolution bureau may be found much in error, for

the first session of the last congress; while i in the destruction of timber on the public Onely, Mrs. Tubeson )Washington, A. directing an inquiry into the circumstances : nearly all private reports a* to spring wheat

the senate there were submitted 2,174 writtenrf'ports domain or the reservation belonging to In L. Thomas, W. J. Brauaan John Doyle, attending the recent murder of are less favorable. The annual cotton statei -

against l,5al in the first session of dians; limiting the hours that letter carriersIn Mrs. C. Nellis, Dr. Will Ellis, Mr. J. R. Joseph Hoffman, a senate witness in Washington i ment just published, shows that last year's

the last congress. cities shall be employed to eight a day Hussey, Mr. Stoddard, Mrs. Wamcoldt Mrs. county Texas. Debate continued crop was 7,017,707 bales, though the bureau

There were reported from committees to and providing for pro rata pay for extra Van Daplin, Miss Meyers. until adjournment at 6:05 p. m. ( and the.cotton exchanges estimated 6,300: ,.

the senate, approximately, 250 bills and joint time employed; permitting publishers to It was the saddest day since the epidemic In the house the debate on the senate .000. The new crop has promised to be larger,

resolutions without written statements. All place upon printed matter the words "sam began. The gloom was intensified by the amendment in regard to irrigating the arid| > but the effect of recent heavy rains cannot

of the bills reported from committees to the pIe copy", "marked copy", "from" and prominence of some of the victims, especially land was resumed, and it was finally agreed yet be fully measured.
house were accompanied by written reports, other marks indicating to the receiver legitimate two-Louis Fleming and Hon. Henry to, the amount being reduced from $250,000 The monthly statement of furnace in blast

as the rules of the house require a written information; giving to state soldiers A. Lengle, the latter cashier of the State to 100000. A bill was passed providing for : shows an output of 25,11*i6 tons of pig boa
homes $100 a for each inmate received | weekly, an increase of 0,577 tons for the
statement with every measure reported fro year bank, ex-state treasurer and chairman of appointments to the marine hospital service {
committee, while in the senate bills may be mwho would be entitled to admission to the the sanitation committee. Mr. Fleming was after competitive examinations. Unsuccessful >'; month, and prices nevertheless are well
returned from committees and National homes for soldiers and sailors. attempts made to |' maintained, with stiffening at Philadelphia
placed upon one the best known citizens of Florida. He were get up the Oklahoma j
the calendar without written reports, but The house bill to prohibit the return of was a grandson of Gen. Lewis Patio, and a bill no quorum being present At :5 i I and Pittsburg, southern production gains
with the simple word "favorable or "u Chinese to our shores upon certificates already brother of the Democratic candidate for p. m. the house adjourned. I largely and the demand for bar and other
favorable.* ssued and prohibiting the immigration of He noted I manufactured iron improves, but in steel
was not for
It will be of Chinese laborers, has been issued by the sen- governor. only legal Two Hundred and Fifth Day. rails there is no change for the better. The
seen by comparison figures ability, but for alwas refusing to
that while the number of bills introduced in ate since the end of the nine months of this case that he did not conscientiously argue believeto a In the senate Mr. Platt offered a resolution I cotton statement also shows that the consumption
f
this session of congress is about 10 per cent session. be right. Mr. Fleming and Mr. Lenglewere directing an inquiry into the coffee in manufacture has been percent

larger than the first session of the last congress The bill giving additional authority to the relatives, and they died at nearly the trust! which went over, after discussion. larger than for the previous J", with

the number of reports indicating the president to enforce the retaliation act of same hour. Other victims were Frank W. The Chinese exclusion bill was taken up and a considerable increase in spindles at the
February 1887, against Canada, which debated until 5:21) p. m. !south. In the wool manufacture there an
amount of committee work has decreased Ely, a leading insurance man Mrs. G. W.
proportionately.It passed the house Saturday, will be the next Herrick whose husband died ten; In the house a joint resolution was passed no new signs of improvement One more
important measure to become law. days ago* extending, until October 1 the the reports from interior points uniformly
will be seen also that the senate has done a and another member of whose family has existing ap art -
far more committee work than usual The There has been but very little political also died; Harry L. Robinson, Mrs. C. H. propriations. The bill to amend the interstate encouraging, both as to the volumeof
legislation in this session. The work in commerce law considered business and as to the market.
business in the senate is also in much better that Weimouth, Ezra Gray, Mr. Chatman an in was and money
condition than that In the house. The house direction ha been devoted almost exclusively fant of J. W. Wallace, Lulu E. Coleman, passed. Also a bill giving states the jurisdiction The supply is at all points said to be sufl-
calendar on Wednesday contained 110 to the Mills tariff bill and the tariff and over the traffic within state lines of dent for legitimate trade and coll ctka
pagesof Benjamin Bogwall Mrs. Patrick
Kelly.
which has been under roads chartered the United are either fair At New Orleans
bills in the various stages of completion. measure, preparationfor CoL Fred. Southmay, of New Orleans by States. The or improving
It shows the title about eight hundred or several montLs by the senate committee the one armed valiant lieutenant of Clara, Oklahoma bill was called up, but no actionwas it is thought that the injury to cellos

two thousand measures. The senate calendar on finance. There are several specific tariff Barton in the Red Cross arrived this taken until p. m., when the house ad has been generally exaggerated; at Kansas
bills before the house committee army journed.HE City recent rains said to have
on the same day contained but twenty on ways and morning. He stopped over at McClenny are dispelled,
four pages and only about three hundred means, introduced by Mr. Breckenridge, of and left nurses there and straightened out, LOVED HIS BROTHER'S WIFE all fears as to the corn crop of that region;

and twenty-five bill, nearly all of whichwere Arkansas, and directed toward what he affairs. There were eleven deaths there to and Omaha reports very good crops A haavj

of a general character. The greater ,I called trusts, or combinations, involving date. He says the place is nearly deserted 1 And Because It Was Not Returned He frost at Milwaukee injured some crops but

majority of the measures on the house calendar I articles upon which there is a heavy import and presents a very desolate appearance.The Ended His Misery By Suicide. the tenor of local advices for the past weekis

are of a private nature, mostly pen duty levied, and these are likely to attract fever will probably depopulate the CAICAOO Sept. 17.-It appears that the almost uniformly favorable.
sions. In fact the private calendar of the widespread political attention when they are place. mysterious suicide found on the lake front The volume of business measured by but

house contained sixty-nine pages, or approximately taken up for consideration. They have not Twenty nurses arrived here yesterday Thursday was Oers Barothy, a romantic exchange is larger than last year by 10 percent
yet been acted upon by the house committeeon outside of New York though smaller
906 private bills. from Savannah, Atlanta, Nashville and young Hungarian, the scion of an aristocratic
A very large portion of the bills introducedand ways and means. Effort will be made to Charleston. They bring comfort to the family, who came to Chicago about by 4 1-2 per cent. here. The pasting eta

reported from committees in the house have the joint resolution directing the president people and cheer to the sick. But doctorsare two months ago to visit his brother, Victor dividend by St. Paul has not been oosx-
to suspend for a period of six: : months pected, but it convinces the public that the
were for private pensions. They were referred still needed. Twenty acclimated physicians Barothy, who baa been a resident of this
the duties levied cot a bagging but losses of western roads because of the interstate
alone to the committee on invalidpensions. upon are needed. They could be used to city for more than thirty years, and who is
inasmuch as this will have to be done by the advantage. regarded as a very wealthy man. act have been far heavier than the
There '" suspension of the rules requiring a two-thi'' The brother speculators have represented investors believed.
were 3,865 bills
private pension introduced :he Western Union Telegraph company younger strange to laY, fell
in the house, and 523 private bills vote, there is little prospects of success in has given $500 in cash to the sufferers, and pessionately in love with Victor's estrangedwife In consequence considerable selling

which came over from the senate, while the this session, since it is with great difficultythat thousands of dollars worth of free tale who is very beautiful, but at least on foreign account immediately appeared,

number of general pension bills referred to 1 a quorum is secured for any purpose. graphy. The new hospital at Sandhills will fifteen years bis senior, and because she did which might easily go far enough to prove

that committee was 195, a total of 4,583.: Among the most important bills of a general i soon be completed, and will be a Godsend.Dr. not reciprocate his ardent affection except ( serious.

The committee made 1,025 favorable and 237 character pending in various stages Solace Mitchell will move there on Sun in a sisterly fashion be walked out on the The export trade still fall far behind Lut

adverse reports on these bills-a total of completion are those providing for the organization day and remain during the continuance of lake shore at the foot of Cedar street, and year's preliminary statements for August of
1,203. In the last congress the total number of the territory of Oklahoma; the fever. committed suicide. breadstuff, cotton, provisions dairy products

of bills referred to that committee was 4.1 5 7, providing for the issue of circulating Na The weather is still wet and unpromising The romance connected with the impulsive and oil, aggregating only t3,44dH3.
and the total number of favorable reportswas tional bank notes to the par value of bonds and the earth soaked with water. Several I young Hungarian's sad and tragic fate against $35,6J 3,230 last year, a decline of 25
and adverse deposited with the treasurer; establishing be told. Victor percent For two weeks of Septembor the
1,010, 550. The senate committee physicians and nurses from New Orleans, ; can soon Barotby came to
on pensions received 1,1M senate bills additional life saving stations throughout Mobile and Savannah arrived to-day. A I Chicago long before the fire, and several New York exports show a decrease of 7 percent

and 550 house bills, a total of 1,744 against the country and the bill enacting an entirelynew special train was sent to McClenny with years ago, it is said, married'Mrs. Sherwood, while imports here increased 13 par

1,570 last year. It reported favorably 1,8(3senate system of general. land laws. All of physicians, nurses and supplies. About a Chicago widow. They lived together a cent. No financial disturbance ocean as

bills, Ski house bills, and reported adversely these measures are unfinished business on sixty-five: : cases have been reported at Mc short time and then agreed to sepa yet, though the rate of interest bat bee

330 bills making a total of 1,234 re the calendar and are privileged. They will Clenny. and ten or twelve deaths. The place rate. Their tempers were incompatible. rapidly advanced; the treasury purchased

ports upon the 1,744 bills the committee re be among the first measures for action in the is almost depopulated, not more than two But they still continued on terms of friend over 3,000,000 more bonds on Tuesday, and

ceived. next session of this congress if they are not hundred and forty people remaining. The ship after severing the relations of man and has paid out for the week 11,000,000 won

During th 3 first session of the last congress passed in this session. I local physicians are all sick. wife. It seemed that Victor could not give than it has taken In. Bat it Is an nnwekooM

it reported 900 bills. It will thus be There are various important bills which The Citizens' association resolved to her up. He therefore continued to supply fact that failures for two weeks have been
-eeen that the senate committee will come before next session of the Fiftieth pay for her and 384 in the Untied States against 3n l&ft
on pensions for the erection of a hospital to be maintained money support give her a home.
acted upon about 71 per cent of the totalnumber congress. Among them are all the bills by the Knights Templar. Dr. Malfett, This was the state of affairs when young Den year. Butiness failure during the last

of bills referred to it, while the making states of Washington, Montana and eminent commander and projector of the made his appearance on the scene. He had !seven days number United State Itt
house committee invalid North Dakota territories; which bills are in Canada 27. Total 217 compared with
on pensions took hospital in behalf of the order, was stricken been in America two years. a
action favorably or adverse upon 27 percent the senate, and bills of a similar characterin with fever to-day. Rev. Dr. Weller, of St. Ha came from Omaha to Chicago 224 last week and 1SS for the COI'reip0ad.bz6week :

of the measures it received. There are the house, and the bill Incorporating the John's church, is still ill from over work. two months ago. But his reception i row of 1SS7.

fifteen.members of the house committee on Nicaragua Canal company, which was endorsed He i is an epidemic veteran from Vicksburg. his rich brother, it is said, was not cordial -DAMAGES.-

invalid pensions, and nine members. of the and by the mentioned Republican in its National convention Camp Mitchell is being rapidly built and It was quite the contrary. At any rate be FLOOD

senate committee on pensions. It will be platform. The equipped. A large order for hospital, camp complained that he was shunned by his Million of Dollan Worth of Property DeB -
committee of
special the house
seen, however, that the house committee the of investigating and general supplies has been telegraphed to wealthy relative and said bitterly that h Btroyed Throughout u.. Sooth.
made nineteen more reports than the senate subject foreign immigration will, New York to-day. bad no friends. But as
soon as he met COLUMBIA a C. Sept. 15.-Dlstresdhrt
I
,
members of it bill
committee. is say, report a in December
Following
a comparative Victor's wife be became
at once frasbtt
enamoredof the
of
I reports ruin wrought by great
statement of the work done by some of the regulating immigration, which will doubtless Nurse Offer Services at Chicago. her charms. He called on her at prt
every continues to come in from almost very
principal committees in the house duringthe attract widespread attention and make a CHICAGO, Sept 17.-Half a dozen trained opportunity and made professions of undyIng of the state Incalculable damage hat been
debate.
present session, and the first session of prolonged The general food adulteration bill will nurses have applied to the mayor for transportation love. The woman however discouraged done to the cotton and corn crops The corn:
the last congress: to Jacksonville or yellow fever bis attentions In the
sense of a lovese has become and soaked aDd the ooUDa
The committee on ways and means received also come up in the next session, if not fIt n points south The mayor has no funds h but with kind feeling assured him of sour The low
her bolls off the stalk
185 bills and I the present one and will be of are dropping
twenty resolutions. a source earnest can draw on to transport them, but it is sisterly regard.This to the the Savannah, Oo'
back to the I contention. Members of the committee planters along
reported house of these
twenty probable that he will be
i given a special appropriation did not satisfy him be other men
; was Catawaba and
on public lands in both houses madly gorse, Wateree
measures. In the first session of the last do not expect for the and
purpose. desperately in love of tM
be
; begged her to will be and on many
great,
congress 195 bills and resolutions were received any legislation in this congress to deprive very
bestow him
of which number thirty were acted railroad companies of any of their land Outbreak Among Refugees. handkerchiefs on that her be picture and stole her largest plantations the destruction of cropbas

upon and reported. grants. The proposition to extend the inter CHARLESTON, S. C., Sept. 17.-A dispatch might carry them been total
next to his heart. In short both
Naval affairs received 1M house bills and state commerce law so as to include the telegraph received from Hendersonville N. c., last so insane and The rich lands below Augusta on !
unreasonable became his mad ovtrflo**
sixteen senate bills of which number it reported companies, and also to amend the existing night reports that yellow fever has broken both Victor and Mrs. Sherwood love that sides of the Savannah river era cotton
forty-two of the house measures and law so as to prohibit shippers owning out among the Jacksonville refugees at that ordered him to an unprecedented depth and afl the
never again to cross her threshold. has t*'*
six of these from the senate. In the first private cars will coma in for attention during place. A strict quarantine against Hender- This was and unharvested corn on them
session of the last congress, 205 bills were received the next session which convenes on December sonville will be established here. only a few days ago. Wednesday night, In destroyed, and the rice planters lower dog
a des1)erate fit of rmccirm Ynnn" TJ-__.u_ total destmc-
the
have the certainty of
and fifteen were acted upon. 4, and adjourns on March 4, covering ------ 01----& uo.u.s now .. I
.. called, and asked the privilege of them in u "-
interview lion of their
Indian affairs has received 1W( bills and re exacuy: raree menials, out excluding Shot Down In Cold Blood. an crops staring .* l
with Mrs.
ported forty-one. In the session of two the regular holiday adjournment, consumes WCTAUAC, Ind., Sept. 15.-J. W. Robinson This was denied Sherwood and his brother Reliable estimates place the losses as ash bfen
years ago it received 303 bills and reported only about nine weeks. Effort will also be a wealthy and prominent oil contractorof him. Then he strode 50 per cent The railroads have also sad
to the
twelve. made in the next session to put in the regular Lima, 0., was shot down and murderedin away shore and sent three bullets severely by the destruction of bridjeitrestling i l

4 Judiciary received 293 bills reported favorably army, navy and provisions for fortifications, cold blood Thursday night by Michael through hinted at his suicide body. He had frequently and by washouts, and the oonftaM

sixty-seven and adversely eighteen. In heavy ordinance and men of war, torpedo Rhinehart, while they were in a friendly mortals, and said when as a cure he for unhappy protracted suspension of traffic

the session two years ago it received 273 boats dynamite cruisers, etc., etc. conversation. Rhinebart was promptly ar- .j; would not make a failure. undertook it he Over the Dam.
bills, of which number 175 were acted upon. It it believed, however, by the oldest and rested and barely escaped being lynched 11.-A row bo6C
PHILADELPHIA Sept
Commerce received 870 bills and took strongest men in congress that the subject of before the sheriff could get him to the jail. Notoriety Or Death. of four young meG uJ t

: action upon 225. In the session two years the tariff will consume nearly all of the next The sheriff then summoned a strong guard BCFF.U.oi. Y., Sept l&-Charles A. containing a carried party over the Fairmocns dam fin

: ago it received 245 bills and acted upon 160. session of congress which will remain after of men and placed them in a position to Percy has shipped his boat to Niagara Falls women the was Schuylkill river, last night, aDd

I i There were nine contested elections in the the regular appropriation bills have been I guard against any lynching. The murderedman and will make a trip through Whirlpoo Frank Caffrey and Mints Lufftf *'*. i'

: house, and all but two have been disposed of passed. Many also predict that there will I stands high in society, and leaves a Rapids the conditions being the same as drowned The other two occupants of w* ;

;, by the committee on elections. The Smalls. not be sufficient time to enable the two widow and two children to mourn his death. when Robert Flack lost his life. Miss Nellie boat recued. The party alto"** \be

Elliot and the Sullivan*Pel ton contest from houses to accomplish the work desired on He has many friends who swear they will Delworth. of Pittsburg, will accompany him. boat were to drift too near the dam wen h

i California are yet before the >committee the tariff trusts and other important questions aveng* hfe death. One hundred men are on She is an actress, and will make the trip for discovered their danger they
The committee will and that the president will call guard at the jail. they
recommend the unseating an extra -. the notoriety she expects she will get. able to pull out of the strong curr o-
of Felton. In the other eight cases the session shortly after the inauguration in An fix-Governor of Missouri Dead.Stockton .
.
; Ommittee agreed that the sitting member March. Never Too Hot. Fell and Uroke ills deck.BcrW.
Cal, Sept. 17.-Hon. ,John Coat
could retain there seats. In the first sessionof Though men perspire and the sun's aCro N. Y Sept 15.-licbae1
the last congress there were four contested The Paris census shows 0,915 Americans died Edwards who came to California in *C.I I And the atmosphere afiame. aged fifty-six.: : fell from a ICSffoJd 011 tb.

election cases outside gt-the general cbat.n. 14,701 English and 85;?09 Ger- Thursday evening aged ei It is never too hot, by a long long shot. American Glucose works Iut1 mora !
... He w.as governor of Missouri from 1S44 For the great American brO A
.. r., ,tin rn, +irn f''nM1'; ,f"'ptnn, mans. game. killed his neck tetat
and ,
tees: .. ing, was
I t -13octnn; p,"' ...- "



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THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, SEPT. 27, 1888. 3


I .. I 1

NOVELTIES I IN POTTERY. I SCIENTIFIC SQUIBS. PERSONAL GOSSIP. I I THE LATEST IN JEWELS.i i I PERSONAL GOSSIP.

i
i
Odd candlesticks are in the shape of j Photographs have been taken by the light Boucicault says that men of today do not silver box representing a domino makes Alger, of Michigan, studied law while

Corinthian .,pillars, with dainty bases and | i from a fireplace. know how to walk. a h."idy stamp holder. j, working on a farm at $5 a month.

capitals.( 1 Calming the sea with oil is now regularly John Ruskin is traveling in France in the I Fleurs-de-lis are much in demand for both Dr. J. N. Porter, of Kansas City, claims to

I Some ba->dsome vases are in undeI ;luze'l and systematically done.Chat1Sier best of healsh and spirits. scarf pins and pendants. be the originator of the standard time'xys-
' being splashed gold ou
the decoration dried a man in a kiln and there Edwin Booth does like
not Newport, and The newest penholders are of silver with
blood ground.Sugar I resulted only twelve pounds solid matter. will sell his cottage there. the owner's initial on the top. tem.At eighty years old Cardinal Manning

bowls with, cream pitchers: effect teapots bases and j; Galvanized lemon squeezers poison the Prince Bismarck has been presented with a A loop of pearls joined to a loop of tur- looks and feels as strong as he did ten years m
salad dish-* tapestry are juice by the zinc
pleasiDg and durable. ,I. them. which it dissolves from valuable yacht by Stuttgart admirers.Dr. quoises makes an attractive lace pin. ago.Bishop

umbrella stand is William A. Hammond asserts that the The latest in book marks is a silver trowel Pearson, the head of the diocese of
An artistic decoration is clump of cylindrical orchids I!: Modern fortifications seem likely to be brain is not an organ absolutely essential to with a cut in the center to hold the leaves.A Newcastle, Australia, has become hopelessly
a pink
gad tbe i great mushrooms
j of concrete or of steel cast- I life. insane.
on a backgTOUD'lanuonizing in color. ''ings. small diary in a silver case, either for
which i Among the poverty: stricken kings of this the chatelaine pocket, is useful and pretty. ilr. Haweis, tho sensational London
jar, on are roses having Berlin
,A rose is to have next an exhibition preacher, is short in stature and has halt
I year world Milan, of Servia, is said to wear the a in
leaves with relief edges in gold is a piece I I I devoted to appliances for preventing acci- Four lustrous hematites set in claws on a his gait.
gore to grace either a boudoir or drawingroom. 1 dents. crown knife edge, make an attractive brooch for
j t Bishop Vinton's Place as manager of Chau- half mourning. Governor L she, of Montana, teach a
I Transplanting teeth has been revived. It tauqua is being taken this year by his son Bible class in tho Baptist Sunday school in
Conch shell flower brooches
A handsome biscuit jar with nwizanco I was done closely resembling
j twenty.fivo or thirty years ago in Montana.
George
blue decorations has ita oral design very j I very rare cases. the ever popular enameled flowers,
prettily bet off by a ground ivsecibung the Wilder The earl of Cuc ill bamshiro was a $15 a are much admired.A James E. Sheridan, the new starter et the

rauvas cloth much in vogue for female appareL while a says that if you hold your breath month farm laborer in this country some convenient whistle is made of two coins Saratoga race course, receives S'jO a day for t
wasp stings you the skin will become his services.
seven mouths
insensible to pain. ago. placed back to back so that it can be easily

A rose jar is decorated with two medal A English gossips still claim that Joseph carried in the pocket. Congressman Scott quoted assaying that

lions. One represents two nymphs who securely wire gun recently designed weighs only I I, Chamberlain! and Miss Eudicott are to be Silver boxes from which tickets are emitted he would not serve another term in congressfor

bold captive a struggling cupid and twenty-two twelve tons miles.and drives a S80 pound projectile married in the falL one by one have been made for the convenience $100,000.)

the other is u pastoral steno equally well executed Stagg, Yale's great pitcher, is at the headof of "L" road patrons.A Herbert Spencer is working: on his auto-

btituto Saccharine for which was to he used as a sub- tho baseball; nine at Chautauqua. The cable of Roman gold, running side by biography, but his poor health prevents his

Some china in the "canvas" effect is very dyspeptic symptoms.sugar, appearstocause nausea and nine is still invincible. side with a rope of enameled forget-me-nots, making much progress.

artistic. A very dark and a turquois blus Sitting Bull, the renegade Sioux, says bois is a dainty design in bracelets. Attorney General Garland has a pack of

make a pretty combination for handles, and Paris has thirty miles of pipe for carrying getting to be an old man. lIe has been an Cigarette cases of silver, erfectiy plain in ten hounds aud a fino collection of fishing

Coral designs in colors further embellish the I y,000 compressed horse power air for and power.the cool The consumption engines are old rascal a good many years finish, but having an oxydizcd silver wire tackle, i ices and shotguns.

pieces. fifty tons daily."Emmensite". Sir Richard Owen, tho great comparative Initial in tho upper left hand corner, are or- John Gennadius, Greek minister, assert

Some dainty "ivory" ware \'asesitlJ |!: anatomist, has entered his eightfifthear namental and attractive.A that the Greeks of today are as strong pLy

decorations in colored enamel are very at shoe is the name of a non-explo- in capital form, mental and physicaLVictoriern female head of queen shell in relief, [cally as their famous ancestors.
I by which it is claimed that with
tractive. The neck is in openwork finish, I forty' feet a gun Savdou says that Alphonse beautifully shaded from pink to white and in Stilsou Hutcbins proposes to buy and present -
long a projectile l thrown
can o
the patterns being in the conventional Greek wenty-seveii; miles. Daudet's most relentless enemy is not the an oval gold setting mounted on gold bars, to the state Horace Grecloy's: birthplace

border designs. Grubbeis French academy, but tho French grammar. makes a very handsome brooch. and early home in New Hampshire.

Decorated with fancy floral design (u two by the clouds experimenting the upon telegraphing They say Sam Jones is a capital illustrationof Babies are remembered by the silver- Victorien Sardcu says that Alphouso Dau
using of
colors and further embellished with coping lamp reflected by the clouds and rays an arc his own remark that "when God wants a smiths, who make for their use a little silver det's most relentless enemy is not the French

vines in different shades of bronze, are some ; the helio cola interruptedby good man lie makes him as ugly us a mud implement in the shape of a snow plow to academy, but the French grammar.
excellent specimens of taience. This ware is ;;raphie fence" take the place of lingers: in taking food from .
always popular.On A gun which will, throw a shell fifteen the plate. Don Manuel Barillan. president of Gusto.'gala -
miles (and there are such) will drop it Sir John E. Millais is popular with his is a magnificent shot with a nUa Hefa
one3.16 is a graceful and daintily the deck of before the upon models He pays them well, treats them Among; the newest and most beautiful designs o reported to have never missed a shot.
a ship bo
w: 't! lizard that peers into the vase's ship can seen, and sends without in bracelets is one of king shell shaded
never one away a
mu .tit His body winds itself in gracefulfolds as at that distance any ship is "hull down." good kindly dinner., from light: brown to white and composed of Old Dion Boucicault says: that men of

about the vase. A snake and winged A company has been formed in London, seven: female heads in oval relief, mountedon today do not know how to walk. But many
dragon entwined in relief is also a very artistic with a capital of 2,500,100: for the manufacture It is said that Gen. Von Moltke kisses all gold bars.-Jewelers' \Weklv. men in his profession have bad_to learn.
the babies he meets in the course of his morn-
design. of aluminum, sodium and potassium, Judge Joe Holt, who was in Buchanan
It[ has acquired all the best for the ing walks and that he is much pleased whena I GASTRONOMICAL TID CITS.
cabinet
patents and advocate
A very pretty vase has as handles Fporting fond mother waylays him with malice prepense t was judge general, is
I
dolphins in hues almost equaling those purpose.A leading the life of a hermit in Washington

which the fish are said to po se$s when ex safety envelope has been invented whichis II I Much of thj happiness of some people at Baron Ileater the teL
John Detwiler of Mansfield 0. claims to .;raph king of
I hotels the din-
;. The rest of the decoration and the tinted in such manner as to turn black, summer depends upon ?Sunday Europe
whose sole
keisasecretary businessit
be the oldest active traveling salesman west
body of the vase itself are in keeping with blue t and red if an attempt is made: to openit is to and relieve
ner.A investigate cases of dis
He has been road
the
of the
tOO graceful lines of the fish. by wetting or exposing to steam, while it Alleghanies. on foreigner, s--cius: people eating cottage tress.
is not affected by moist air or fog. constantly for thirty-five years. cheese, wmtj home that "these peoplo eatmorU
A large cigar shaped vase in underglazo Had
ji Hassam Kouli Mobamed Khan
CO j of is ,the
James
Pays, at nearly years age,
effect is decorated in a peculiar manner. A new patent candlestick keeps the candle tr't newly appointed Persian minister to the
Roses, big brown beetles, fire spitting dragons perpendicular, no matter how the stick maybe square headed, broad browed and spectacled, '.' "' logaut; : youths of leburo at Newport United States will arrive in Washington

and delicate leaves and flowers, all in held. The main principle of the invention -: looking like a prosperous doctor rather thanan rat yellow mush for breakfast! since shortly. .
is ball of the author. He has eleven daughters. Lean ho P. of W. ..tloeseu, too."
colors, are jumbled promiscuously on a maz a joint simplest kind at the u.o
arine blue ground. Too effect, however, is bottom of the socket, the latter being fixedto Emperor William II assures Frau Wagnerthat Stewed tomatoes and boiled rice is a combination Theodore." Tilton is often seen nowadays ont
pleasing an arm from the side of the base and extending considers it his sacred duty to protect at table of some people who don'tcare !amps Elysees, Paris. He much re-

Rose jars are at present very much in to the center. The comfort nnd Wagnerian performance at Beyrouth. It if they destroy other people's al11xti..c.SaUCC'i sei Franc.._l.s Floquet. the prime minister of
safety of the contrivance is apparent. I will be remembered that William bas an
ii'-oiand. One handsome design simulates at mast watering place hotels taste
affliction of the ears. Senator Ransom and his son resemble each
ub.t leaves borne aloft on twigs of gold.The as if all were made of the same ingredients,
background and body color is a Persian SUPERSTITIONS ABOUT INSECTS.The Lieut. A. G. C. Quay, son of the senator and are reflection on the boasted skill: of tho other in appearance so closely that it is not

red at tho bottom,shading off lighter toward I from Pennsylvania, who was graduated a cho!. easy to distinguish one from the other'atadistance
Koran says all flies shall perish save lieutenant from West Point last June has
tlx-: top until the CO"t.'ris an ideal "crushed It is no excuse for peoplo at table d'hote
one, the boo fly. been to service in the Eighth cavalry Pinero
assigned the
strawberry.: who make a finger bowl of their mouth, to English play writer, is tall
A monster flower pot is of peculiar olive It is regarded as a death warning in Ger- and will be given a chance to win his say that the Romans did it.rrh o ancient thin and dark, and has burning eyes in deep
many to bear a cricket's: cry. spurs iu Dakota. sockets that give him an almost weird
color shading off into lighter aril darker effects Italians had a variety of disgusting table ap
blurting at the bottom in a wickerwork The Tapuya Indians of South America say The deaths of Emperors William and Fred- habits. pearance.Mr. .

design, this soon gives way to scales, the devil assumes the form of a fly. erick has cost tho princes of Thurn and Taxis Lettuce is always available for meat salads Edward Cooper ex-mayor of New

wLjch; continue to tho top. On each ht-.., inN4c Rain is, in some parts of our own country, the enormous sum of $500,000 because, as but is not tho thing to garnish those York, has left London for Paris. After re-

is a flying dragon,und two half human expected to follow unusually loud chirpingof feudal lords of the Prussian domain of Kro- made of other vegetables, except tomatoes, maining in tho latter city for a time he will

beads serve for handles. crickets. toszyn, they have to pay $250,000 on the decease but cresses, many kinds of mint and the make a tour of Germany.

e Moorish rose jars are in the shapes made Flies are sometimes regarded as furnishing of every king of Prussia. crinkled leaves o: chicory are resources King Christian, of Denmark, saluted his

familiar by pictures of ei.btern life. Splashed prognostications of the weather, and even of Gen. C. B. Fisk, the Prohibition candidatefor enough for all such dishes as these. guest, the emperor of Germany, with a kiss.

gold 0:1 cobalt bluo background, and the in- other events. the presidency, is an epicure in sea food One of the dailies that answers correspondents The old and fascinating game of Copenhagen
tricate designs inseparable from tho mind of dishes, and nothing tickles his palate so much still continues to permeate. '
that it is inelegant to eat
Spaniards, in the Sixteenth believed says green
century, -
tho Moorish decorator on Vackgrounds in as a delicately prepart-u fish dinner. From cob and Dr. William A. Hammond
that spiders indicated gold where corn from tho a monthly culinary asserts that the
made bis fortuno in the fish and
color combinations which would never be they were found in abundance. having magazine in Philadelphia declares it vulgarto brain is not an organ absolutely essential to
risked by other decorators, are odd and yet oyster trade bo is sometimes known as "Clam cut it on tho plate. In cases of contradiction life. Doubtless the doctor has just returned

.Jewelers' Weekly. Although a sacred insect among the Egyp- Bake" FiskKing like tLis one has to be content with succotash from some fashionable watering place.
tians, the beetle receives but little notice in
Ja-Ja, of OpoEo, the deposed West until somo really competent) authority
folk lore. It is unlucky in England to kill The new Lord Wolverton is the fourth
CURIOUS THINGS OF UFE. African sovereign whom England exiled to decides the important matter. peer to wear the coronet of the barony since
-- the West Indies, is being somewhat feted at
one.In Mr. Gladstone ennobled the London
The marriage of a West Point, Gar couplewas Germany it is said to indicate good St. Vincent. He is invited to lawn tennis banker great
solemnized in a boat on the Chatta- luck to have a spider spring his web down- parties and various social functions, where RELIGIOUS GLEANINGS.In Gynn, some eighteen years ago.

hoochee river. wards toward you but bad luck when he he struts about in an admiral's uniform and Norman B. Ream, the wealthy grain and

rises toward you. kid gloves, bearing himself with kingly dig- the last ten years Nebraska Methodism stock dealer of Chicago, was born in a small
An Englishman recently lost a con- has increased from '
to
purse 8,000
over SO/XX com
cabin which is still
log in tho Tillage
standing -
taining 3,500 at a London carriage sale. It The grasshopper is a sufficiently unwelconw nity.Baron. municants.
of Ursina Pa. He
was found by an emyloye at the stables, visitant of himself in this country, but in Albert Rothschild has purchasedthe occasionally visits,
There are twelve Chinese students in the and it is an object of great interest to him.
who, upon returning it, was rewarded with Germany his presence is further said to announce largest mirror telescope that has been Medical
Missionary
society's hospital in Canton
the thanks of the man and the amount of his strange guests.A constructed at Paris for 40,000 florins, and four of whom John Quincy Adams, at the age of 14, was
are women.
cab fare, s. Gd.WbileJames Welsh tradition says bees came from presented it to the Vienna observatory. A secretary to Mr. Dana, then minister to the

)Martin a wealthy farmer of paradise, leaving the garden when man fell gallery for it has. also been built and en- Recent statistics show that there are about Russian court; at 30 be was minister to
baron. The total cost of the 6,800 Catholic churches in this country to Prussia at 85 he minister Russia
McLuney, PcJT'Cnnty.0., and his son John but with God's blessing, so that wax is necessary dowed by the ; was to ; at
were harvesting their nwrhiise got out of in the celebration of the mass. scientific gift will cmsscS t> wore than which are attached 3,000 parochial schools. 48 be was minister to England; at M be was

order and 3,000.A The sudente of the Presbyterian college in secretary of state and president at 57.
both men crawled uuler it tofu it. The ancients generally maintained that
While in this fjsitiou their horses became there was a close connection between bees noted old time statesman who is occasionally London, who have missionary: of their own, Capt Kennedy, who recently applied to

frightened and ran away, druwing Ux machine and the souL .Porphyry speaks of "those seen Washington is GalushaA. and take up some definite object each year, parliament for a pension, is the man who in

over them and almost decapitating souls which the ancients called Lees." Grow of Pennsylvania, who was speaker of are Medical now mission engaged: in in FormosaThe raising $2 00 for the 1850 was asked by Lady Franklin to take

then. the memorable war congress which was charge of the expedition she was fitting out

Having beeu in a trance for nearly two It is said that upon tho backs of the seven- called in special session on July 4, tOOL He Young Men's Chr..tiau association of to go in search of her husband Sir John
year locusts, there sometimes appear marks is well preserved and although politically on Cincinnati have begun the erection of a new Franklin
Tears
Joseph of N.
Ouilfoyfe Birmingham
Y. has like a letter of the alphabet. When this the shelf has lost none of the amiability for and elegant hall, the cost of which will be
just awakened from Hah- ob-lah the
what to kini&y- Apache who has
him appears looks like a W It is: thought that a war is im- which he was distinguished.The $150, to have been but the sleep of a night. just been taken to the Ohio penitentiary to
His family knew him to be aUof course minent. man behind the parliamentary scenes memory of the organization of the Northwestern serve an eighteen j cars'tentecce for murder

<, w, M the doctor put it, "in a catalepsy German tribes regarded stag beetles as says in a London weekly: "The courtship of territory of this association to the has bean put to work with thrc...I and needle,
state." He diabolic, and all beetles are detested in Ireland Mr. Chamberlain with Miss Endicott cause of Christianity.The "
was constantly under the care of goes on patching prison garments Le says he no
a physician. more especially a bronze variety knownas apace and the marriage will take place probably journal of the Protestant Episcopal likee squaw work."
"gooldie." It is also believed that to see a diocese of Arkansas the statistics
given following
at tho of next It is -
A beginning year.
curious custom that attracts the attention The Earl of Dudley will probably make a
It beetle will bring on a rain storm the next the elect will to Amer- for the past year: Baptisms-adults,
bridegroom
likely go
of
strangers in Panama is the spectacle flying visit to America in September. He is
of native women walking along the street day.There ica about the end of Septemb r to pay an- 61; infants, 155, ; total, 21(5.( Confirmations, considered one of the handsomest of the

caoking long slender cigars It is the custom are said to be no spiders in Ireland, other viDit.ITho 1G3; communicants, 1,:91); marriages, 77; younger men of tbo nobility. Should be

of tho women there to Rather in the pub- nor will spiders spin their web in an Irish Marquis Tseng, formerly Chinese min- burials, 00. Sunday school teachers, 117; come to this country be will bo accompaniedby

lie markets as early as sunrise to gossip and oak, nor on a cedar roof. A spider is said to ister to England and the United States, has pupils, DSa Offerings total, $ S.0435 value his ol.l tutor. In England lie i*considered
talk have saved Mohammed from his pursuers, tho of his of church property, $172,000Sublime "
'over affairs while enjoying their morn- just celebrated marriage daughter, a great "catch.

lug smoke. Their confabs take the place of by spinning its web across a cave where besought Lady Blossom, after asking her consent to a Jokes. Presiding Bishop Williams, of the Protes-
The same is said of David
morning paper refuge. husband. This is a reversal of Chinese cus- tant church is about
Episcopal to celebratehis
Adullam. Jokes of humorists all remind
in the of us
At Grand Rapids, Mich., the other day, an cave tom. The marquis kept up other customs as, That the gags the most sublime jubilee. It was on Sept. 2, 1SSS, that

applicant for a marriage license, misunderstanding for example, heading the procession carry- Are the ones that limp behind U9, John Williams was ordained a deacon in
the LIGHT AND AIRY. ing 120 tables of present about the streets of Covered with the of Christ church Conn.
questions put to him, gavo theme moss time. Middletown ,by Bishop
of his deceased wife as that of the lady Pekiu. Brownell, whom he has since succeeded both
he Ras about From Two standpoint Thofoxiof the sultan of Turkey is cooked Jofcelets: that perhaps another of Connecticut
and
to uxirry. When he showed the Sailing o'er life's solemn mafia, as bishop as head of
beense to his To be a woman-direst woe. and his aids. It is hi
prospective bride her consternation by one man prepared A forlorn and half wit brother the conference

: was unmistakable, and tho crestfallen The Sho cannot rights of cast men the she mighty ne'er rote can-know. silver vessels, and each vessel is sealed by a Seeing, may revamp again. Speaking: 'of the curiosity of great men,a
P"0m-elect soon reappeared at the county slip of paper ana stamp after the meal is that
bo has
Philadelphian Austin
Or sound the ringing campaign note. Let says seen
us, then be and
abiding and had too mistake rectified. cooked. These: seals are broken ia the pres- up boozing
nr key fits not the midnight latch; With a heart for fate CcrLin stand in a crowded thoroughfare
may
A man applied for a pension at the lain Tis tedious work to strike a match. ence of the sultan by the high chamberlain, Still a-seizinp. still a-choosing watch too manipulations of a street fakir

; ) ***fc agency in Augusta the othelday, and, Baseball is a forbidden sport; who takes a spoonful of each dish before the Chestnuts that have learned to wait. who was trying to call attention to **something -
being asked Her hair is long instead of short. sultan tastes it. Tho annual expenditure of "
Buffalo tooth
in while
ou what ground he thought hinv Express. new powder, at another
&eif entitled to a pension,answered: "Drunk- To be a woman-happy state, the saltau's household is over 41,000,000. time he saw Eeuutor Quay gaze for a longtime

' ??0ess-" Tho astonished pension agent told To govern man and guide his fate. Part That Seas Smoked. How lie Made It. with intent upon a lineman climbing

.that. pensions are only granted for ditr She takes the middle of the street "I understand that CoL Blear is very a telegraph w'e.ilr. .
. JLutY contracted in the "I know And in the horse car gets a seat. Young Housekeeper (to butcher)-Have wealthy." spec
fit" army. She has her than nice beef AinlrcvL ir-j Ls said to 1 four
'' said the applicant. "Drunkenness is say-more enough you "Well, he's worth about $1 , e:_. lIly disability, and I contracted it in the And has it, too without rebu1f.Creation's ButcherYes., ma'am; killed only this "How did he make itr hours a day at "pur} literature,'' lcd to
write six articles week for Tho London
king, a man.Is seen a
morning it's hardly dead
ararJ"p. ; yet. What part "He made it out of coal oil.
+ Most always vanquished by the queen. would you like "Indeedr) Daily News, two articles and t\ reviews for
Merchant Traveler. The Saturday Review, and two humorous
A Poem. Young Housekeeper busband said this "Yes, his wife lit the fire with kerosene,
I sketches for The St. Jones Gazette. Fcr his
T e summer morning that he was fond of smoked beef. and he
hotel man rolls In wealth, got all her mone'\-Lincoln Journal
I J nil name is known to fame; Why Emily no"led. You may send a cut of that-Drake's Maga work for the thref. jcrrrak. n:.mod Le Li said ,
1'he>boarding house fanner seems small indeed, An aged widower got married recently for zine. to re h-o 1;:.(':.:- ..

wit he point the fourth time, notwithstanding that be hada A Baseball Convert. J. Reed V.:. :'etor ."f a hotel in

Wthto.>> the pen dropped from the nerve- house full of grown up children While The Greatest Bore of AIL "I can't see why they make a fuss Boston, CUT., .:a ufcuranc? Dr.

11:1 -Ute.bdand he was laid In an unknown gravel the marriage ceremony was being performed Though we hasten from the city On account of the national game," IL C. Flower. 'city, carries iZ \--

r audible weeping could be heard in the back And seek coolness by the sea Remarked a fossilized old cuss, 000. R. M. Fu_". -. a Fogg and C. H.
There are evils still abounding "For to me it's insipid and tame.**
A Bright Future. room. Tamer ore prominent Bostonians who have
From which we cannot flee.
J PrIend to St. Louis citizen)-What did One of the guests, who had heard the sobs, fast very afternoon he peepedAt $250,000 on their lives. Spencer. Richardson -

you think of "Hamlet" last asked one of children who it was. Worse, 0, worse than torrid weather, a game through a hole In the fence; John R. Bollard, James Woolson, A.

us. Lo Citizen-Immense nightr1nI feller "That's Emily," was the reply. "She Which makes perspiration drip His fired up heart within him hoped Shuman, Daniel Nevins, Frank Jones, R.
eepeare kin If that always howls when,papa gets married again." Is the man who's just from Europe And he cried., ** 'Pon my soul, it's Immense Gardner Chose and G. Henry Whitcomb an
write a few more plays like Full of talk about his New York Journal
an'lets -Texas Siftings. trip.Boston content with $200,000 each. a
whisky alone, he'll make money Courier. I r
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4 THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, SEPT. 27, 1888.

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THE FLORIDA STAR. senator on political grounds, as they The Prohibition Call Discus, Prohibition. Temperance.I
knew nothing of his Pro. candidacy. sed. ROCKLEDGE, FLA., Sept. 24th 1888. Editor Florida Star: II-
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. There was an effort made to get the Editor of the Florida Star: Editor of the Florida Star: SIR-What is needed now ? The can

ELLIS-B. WAGER Editor and nutter. Prohibition movement started before the SIP.-I have been watching with great j MR. EDIToR-The resolutions of the of temperance is in great danger. The*
.. convention met, but your "Democratic- interest the reasons brought forward by I Prohibition-Democratic mass meeting desire to sweep the field by a political i J'
$1.5O per Annum. Prohibition candidate for the nominationof the new political element in Brevard, I held at Rockledge on the 11th instant- movement, however wNe in itself? ought
Entered at the Post Office at Titusvilleai senator" opposed the movement, pre- who style themselves Prohibition-Democrats thanks to the courtesy of the different not to IK allowed for one moment f divert -
Second-Class Hatter. ferring that it be postponed until the and the actions they have taken papers of the count-have been pub- attention and effort from the great: 5
nominations were made. in opposition to the ticket made in con lished, and the call and address of the work of securing local prohibition as
A Inch In space; 24 squares As for that rumor "who got the mon- .. .
SQUARE one vention.which was regular and unanimous Provisional Executive Committee appointed rapidly as po ible. There w somethingspecially
make For advertising a column. rates enquire of the Editor ey," I do not credit the report as being in nearly all its doings.It thereat appears in this week's i issue inviting and attractive in the .
always enclosing two cent stamp. true, there were many rumors, some that has acknowledged by our political I of the different papers. idea of giving up a hand-to-haml fight
THE STAR is the OFFICIAL newspaperfor would weigh against Captain Sharpe as opponents, the Republicans, that Ii What is it that has and could have and make one grand army-:-tru ..e for
Brevard county. well as others. the only county officer that has any I induced Prohibition-Democrats to array the entire field ; but it will\\\ b? utterly ,
circulation Now, I would s.to Mr. Andrews that authority in reference to saloons is the and ruinous for the
The Star has the Largest themselves in opposition to, arraign temperance poodle to tff
of any paper on the East coast of Fla. that convention was not a Prohibition sheriff. Granting that this may be so, the nominations made, by the late Demo- overlook the great fact that it i i.. inij Ml.!? .,..
TITU3VILLE DIRECTORY. convention, and that he need not try to for the sake of argument, where is the cratic Convention held at Titusville? to gain the l'neral'ictnr until the preparation 1
OFFICEBR.Mayor sweep off the whole of its nominees, for necessity for arraigning all the county has been made
TOWS For several years past the Temperance by !olH. "Wful) !,.
Clerk-H.-George F. Atkinnon.B Rumph. the people of this county will stand by officers for not exercising their authority? and Prohibition sentiment and feeling prohibition in places.. The foundationmust
Marshal AIIAP8I'or-.Q.and Tax F. Gray.Aldermen Collector-T.. W. Smith. such of its nominees as are really good The question is, where is their authority has been growing, developing and gain- be laid in the general recognition .
-S. II.Ray, R. P.Paddison. P.L. Gaul. men. There are some men on the ticket when the people fail to act ? Their first I ing in strength in Brevard Co., as well as of the practicability prohibition. ...
den, J.M. ixon, L.B. Bieelow. .-
Town Conncil meet second Thursday night of each that are good and efficient officers that charge, therefore, is so painly! a jealousyfor I in the State at large. We cannot win our caue upon the
month. you cannot sweep off and if Mr. Barnes county offices that up to theis time i The Legislature of this State in the theory of prohibition ; it must spread
CIIUItCHES. had accepted, there would be one more they have not had the courage to even year 1883 passed laws in obedience to from the bleed fact before the eye* of 1
Washington First Presbyterian avenue. Church Service, Pine every street Sunday west at 11 of on the list. deny it. If the Prohibitionists are only that same growing and developing temperance men. }''nJ
a.m. and 7:30 p. m.Wednesday Sunday School evening 9:30 at a..::m.iO.U" Mr. Barnes is the choice of the people fighting for principle, as they maintain, sentiment and principle of the If we cannothow the people that men
Prayer v. John Nfeetintc Foy every Pastor. All are cordially invited. and I know that his nomination was not why do they not content themselves witha people, to enable the people, at their option can do without intoxicating leverage
MASONIC. brought about by the influence of whis- fight for the office of sheriff? and then, to restrict and control, and prevent that the law of prohibition i ia financial
Indian River Lodee F. & A. M. meet the Fri key, for I with many others whom I if the judicial officer ,of our county fail I the sale of liquors in communities and benefit, and that the sale of liquor can Ufa-
dw MENDF.L.eve on*>r.prior Sec. to full moon A. A. every STEWART month.W. M. know to be men of sound principles and to perform their duty, why there is a precincts, where a majority of the people be stopped in main, it i" u- 'le--* to attempt -
good character voted for him, and the reports remedy therefor. If officials are. derelictof were opposed to its sale in their midst, to carry our cause into politic
THE Cocoa in its last issue, tries that have been started by some disappointed __ .. ...... .. T Y
paper } duty why should they not be spurred called the Local Uption L.\W. 1 The easjernes-s for drink and the oVire to
to set forth the idea that the STAR is an men to that effect is simply a up and made to do their duty or give up need not say any more here ; and noW'about make money by selling it wouM try
anti-prohibition liquor organ in a paro- form of mud with which they try to coy- their office ? that law. The Constitutional every cunning trick to get around the .
died, poetic effusion on the old-time chest- er Mr. Barnes.I Thus we see that while the Prohibi- Convention that met and framed the law and overawe or bribe the officers. -
nut,'Twinkle, Twinkle,Little Star," etc. with a number of others in that con- tionists are struggling for principle present Constitution of the State,framed Until we prove there is enough earnest I
In this the Editor jumps from the sub- vention felt that the best interests of the they say, they have gone at work in the and submitted to the people a separate determination and persevering; couragein
lime to the ridiculous-the ridiculous county demanded the removal of certain wrong manner. They oppose county of- article, called and known as Article 19, temperance people to force men to
part comingin when he asks the question: county officers, and after repeated consul- ficers who have nothing to do with pro- Local Option, and submitted it as a quit selling liquor, to go into politics vm
"Is the STAR the anti-prohibition, liquor tations we decided that we could best at- hibition ; they attack the nominee of the separate measure to the people, when with the question seems like working at !.
organ f Hence we find it necessary to tain our object by advocating a clean convention for representative, when he they submitted the Constitution itselfto the top when the foundation is not com
refresh treacherous memory by quoting sweep of county officers which we did states that he is in accord with the tem- the people for approval and ratifica- plete.It .
from our recent columns that the and in all probability would have suc- perance plank of the said convention, tion. The public and people know thatit is not good policy to leave the main
l STAR has never championed the cause of ceeded had not Capt. Sharpe kept the and further assume that nominee also to (Article 19)) was a part of the Consti- stronghold of our enemy uutaken whilewe
intemperance, or that of the liquormen. convention at a dead-lock five hours after be averse to the railroad commission tution thus submitted and adopted by a press on beyond ; and the strongest It
." he had publicly stated in conventionthat when he is heartily in favor of it. much larger vote than for the Constitu- point in opposition to our cau-e: is the r
This position has not been changed by in allowing his friends to ballot for These are the principles and the feel tion itself, without Article 19. impression that prohibition cannot be
us. We are heartily in favor of temperance him, he had no hope of securing the ings of the so-called Prohibition elementof The Legislature of 1887, in obedience enforced. Here, then, is a. point against [I I j
and the application of the presentlaw nomination, for at that time we had our the Democracy of Brevard, and it is thereof, the mandate of the people passed which all temperance people ought to
as long as it remains a law, but decidedly full strength, and a thorough organization in this manner that they are attemptingto a law-Chap. 3,700-for the enforce- direct their energies.
we are an anti to the recent Pro- : which was considerably reduced by thrust aside the voice of the people ment of its provisions. The people of Everyone should join hands and give 9 f
hibition-Democratic political move. the necessary departure of some of our expressed at the late convention which Brevard county, by a majority of nearly money, and stand determined to win
There is nothing sore about us. very influential and effective workers on sounded from the most remote parts of four-fifths, at an election last September, success.
Brother Andrews reminds us, figura- Friday morning.I the county ; to set aside the unanimous 1887, under that law, declared their will Raise a fund to pay for prosecuting \t
tively speaking the Republican politician am a temperance, local option, and I nominations, and to threaten the Demo- at the ballot box that intoxicating liquors offenders. In Brevard county about 400 :
,c of to-day, in this wise, that a Republican law and order man in all places, and under cratic party with a defeat by coalescingwith should not be sold in this county. voted against selling whisky. If each
I likes to call a Democrat a free- all circumstances, and I believe that the Republicans. It is, Mr. Editor, The people rule in this country through of these are in earnest about the matter ? R
trader, when he is a tariff man, for a spe- the Prohibition party has it in its powerto in this respect, as I heard it remarked a officers and servants they elect and appoint let them subscribe to this fund. Fifty f|-
cific purpose, and that is to win votes for do a great deal of good, and if they day or so since, that were I a nominee of to carry into effect their will and cents per man would secure $200. Several .".
his own side.Brother will endorse the good men already nom- the convention I could expect no repub- laws, which they make through their to whom this has been suggested hare g*
\ Andrews thinks he can gain a inated, and nominate good men in the lican to vote for me, and those who step law-making power-the Legislature. Has expressed! their readiness to subscribe jjj
point for his pet movement if he can places of the objectionable officers. I be- out from the Democratic fold on such I the will of the people of Brevard coun- $5 each. Let the committees appointed ..
bring !the STAR into a false light as a lieve their candidates will stand good principles as the Prohibitionists them- ; ty, as expressed at the ballot box last in each voting precinct-to further the B*
liquor organ. When you convince the chance of being elected.In selves have forth not collect subscriptions -
put are deservingthe September, been enforced and carried in- interests of prohibition- j t
j people of Indian River of this fact pleaselet conclusion allow me to say that name of Democrats, but in reality to effect? In answer we can only bow and deposit the same in the Indian .
us know. slanderous attacks on anti-Sharpe dele- turnout( to be a wojf in sheep's clothing, our heads in shame and say, "It has not." River Bank, the chief executive committee :
I We have the honest conviction to gates and perversion: of facts will not hunting an office with a sore head, and The question is asked, Why not? We to act as trustees of the fund, and use
state, however from experience and not held the Prohibition cause nor your the "struggling for principle" (?) thrownin. Prohibitionists answer That the powers the moneys to enforce the law; and rote
from theory, and we believe it to be the would be candidates. I, am, yours, etc. that be-the officers and servants of the for county officers, of any party whatever I
sentiment of the majority of the voters CHAS. :MAGRUDER. But Sir the of Brevard not enforce the
people are people-will not enforce their will. They who can be trusted to
of Brevard, to-day, notwithstanding the BRANTLY Sept. 26th, 1888. of that kind to allow such a flimsy display have not, in the past, and we have law. r t\
election of September last, that intemperance of logic as this to thwart their reason, and good reason, to believe they We must never stop while liquor isis .
is better controlled by stringent Looking South. wishes. will not do so, the ensuing years, for the sold. The Confederate armies won
restrictory law than prohibitory statutes.As For the Star. The people of Brevard have expressedtheir powers that be in this county aspire to victory after victory, but lost their cause I
soon as prohibition can prove it otherwise How enchanting the view now that wish in their platform submittedby be and publicly declare that they will after all their rejoicing ; and so it will I
we are willing to accept it. Selah Autumn, with its changes, is clothing a selected body of delegates from. the be "the Power," and we say, Rule ov .rand be with prohibition unless we follow up !
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mountain and valley with varied and different parts of the county. All the ignore the will of the people. every victory with determination 10 ,
YELLOW FEVER. gorgeous tints,presenting a yery different nominations made are in favor of sup- The candidate for the House of Repre- drive out liquor selling entirely. To get
Our report for the past week, com- style of beauty from that of the dark porting those principles and the enforce- sentatives is an avowed antiProhibitionist prohibition and not make it real W worse
mencing last Thursday, is as follows: green, interspersed with light green foliage ment of the laws, and it shall be the and we have reason to believe will than not to get it at all, for the failure I
i For Thursday. 20th inst., new cases, of Spring and Summer. work of the next Democratic conventionto not exert and use his influence, and produces a dreadful reaction in the public I
131-whites, 58; negroes, 73 ; deaths The weather is simply superb much of see that these principles are acceptedby vote for more and further legislation for mind. A battle won and then lost, I
15. the time, and makes one loth to leave its nominee. After this is done, the the amendment of the laws, for the en- is harder to win a second time.
t Friday, 21st, new cases, 118-whites, the highlands, much as one longs for Democratic voters of Brevard, in my forcement of Prohibitory laws, and extirpation The miserable sophistry that prohibi- I
46; negroes. 72 ; deaths, 14. the Sunny South. opinion, will not be found wanting when and eradication of the liquor tion is impracticable, and that we must
Saturday, 22nd, new cases, 163, of We are reminded, constantly, of the the day of action comes on the 6th of traffic with all its baneful influences fall back to high licence i3 very plausibleto
which 103 are colored and 60 white ; contrast between the mornings here and November next.Thanking from our midst. There are several many lukewarm temperance people;
deaths, 6.Sunday. those of our Southern home, they being you for according me spacein gentlemen on the regular ticket who are but liquor men have no idea of obeying
23rd, new cases, 133, of which bright, warm and cheering, owing to the your columns, good, temperate, and capable men, we any law restricting the sale of intoxicating
1 90 are colored and 43 white; deaths, 10. early sunshine ; while here fogs almost I am, very sincerely, have, and urge no objections to them. drinks-no matter what it b-until
a Monday, 24th, new cases,113, of which invariably obscure the sky, and the chill VERITAS VINCIT. They are known, and no more need be they see that the people intend to make
t 79 are colored and 34 white ; deaths, 5. damps prevail until far into the fore- September 22nd, 1888. said about them here. If demanding the them obey. No sort of licence law was
Tuesday 25th, new cases, 143 ; of noon. The thermometer has ranged of enforcement of the will of the people ever obeyed, or ever will be, without
which 85 were negroes ; deaths 4. late, from 40 to 500 at sunrise, without Editor of the Florida Star: makes us sore-headsetc.we plead guiltyto force; and prohibition only requires determination -
Wednesday 26th, new cares 104 : frost, however, thus far to do injury. -DEAR SIR-I respectfully suggest to the imputation, for we do feel sore on the part of the people.Let .
deaths 8. There has been about a dozen When there is a bright morning Old the electors of Brevard Co. that before over the same. All reformations originate us organize our forces at once.
deaths at Fernandina during the past Sol is late in putting in an appearance they pledge themselves to vote for any from the people and by the people, No time for delay while the enemy
two weeks. because he is compelled to climb a candidate for Senate, representative or and the people love to say and claim (Goliath-like) defies the law and the
'' mountain 1,000 feet high on the east of other public office in the gift of the peo- that "they" rule. It remains to be seen people.
Who Got the Money the valley, and at evening he descends ple they should request them all to de- whether it shall be so in fact as well as Yours, etc,
Editor"of the Florida Star: another on the west very early, depriv- clare themselves fully and explicitly on in name. This is not a movement for Is Easy
SIR-I take this heading in reply to ing us of considerable day. that plank in the platform having refer- a day or a year. We are in the field to 1
an article under the same name in the We wish it were possible to send a few I ence to prohibition, and the lawless selling remain ; to battle and struggle for tem- Attention Democrats.The .
Public Spirit, of Sept. 22nd, 1888. Now of our cold mornings and nights, with a of whisky, etc., in the county. perance. More anon. Democrats of each Justice District
Mr. Andrews says that W. H. Sharpewas touch of Jack Frost, to our distressed Also would I suggest, that in order to Z.X.Z.Correction. of Brevard County will hold a primary
the Prohibition-Democratic candi- friends and neighbors in Jacksonville, make the application of the law easier 1 election on Saturday the 6th day of Oct.
date for the nomination of senator. He to help them drive out the dread scourge. and less costly, the Act for the Suppression -I 1888, at the usual voting place therein,
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also presupposes that the will of the \Ve should like, soon, to turn our faces of Gambling Houses and Gambling, I NARROWS, Sept. 17th, 1888. for the purpose of nominating a Jutttce ;
people was subverted. southward, where we could enjoy the be amended so as to include saloons and Editor of the Florida Star: the Peace and Constable, also for the par-
W--
:Now, I was a delegate to that conven- warmer comforts of our Indian River all places where people do congregate to DEAR SIR-I am reported as one of pose of electing District Democratic of three
tion, and this is the first.intimation thatI home, but shall delay, still, for a few drink, etc.Section. the speakers at the "mass meeting" recently ecutive committees, consisting Tbe
have had that Cant. Sharpe was the weeks hoping to hear better reports 6 runs as follows: "That if held at Rockledge. To prevent from each precinct in aid county.to the
Prohibition candidate, and I take it that from the fever-stricken district.It any sheriff city marshal, or chief of police mistake let me say that my only objectin person so elected to be reported .t
Mr. Andrews must think himself "the is exceedingly pleasant and encour- shall have good reason to believe addressing that meeting, was to enter Chairman of the County Committee Committees
people" if he really believes that Sharpe's aging to learn of the constant growth that gambling is being carried on in any my protest against it,haying done which, once. The present District and continue!
defeat is a disappointment to the people.As and improvement going in the settle- house or other place mentioned in sectionone I promptly withdrew. to arrange for said election elected
for the Prohibition delegates in ments on Indian River, and the increaseof of this Act, he may enter same, for- HENRY B. ARCIU ALD. in office until their successors are ;,
Committee
the convention I found that the few the best interests in the towns. May cibly if necessary, and without written -Ordered by the Executive
that openly opposed whisky, in conven- such continue. warrant,violating and may this arrest Act:"any person or A young people's club has been organ- Brevard County.
t tion, were also opposed to your Pro.- Wildwood, Penn.. Sept. 22nd, 1888. persons I am, etc., ized in Bartow, under the aesthetic cog- I D. L. GAULDEX. Chairman.
; Dem. candidate for the nomination of \\ P. )Ioo::,' M. D. GOOD LAWS. nomen of "The Night Blooming Cereus." J. F. WOOTEC. Secretary.

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i; JALBAB CIGAR FACTORY. L. C. OLIVER.
F. T. BUDGE.QI.rvEiR .
,? fl. C.'Starch, Proprietor.

tttnufacturer of fine Havana and Do- &, IBTUZDO-HJ:

.. Jstic Cigars- Trade supplied with fine S. H. RAY
!t < goods. Orders promptly filled. Dealers ,
e Factory at}Tftlabar., Fla. 28 in


;- --s. F. GRAY.- GEORGIA PINE LUMBER, Successor to J. C. Norwood and Co.,


Watch Maker and Jeweller.

" ,boP"..OhDI.Dlxon'ri: Drug Store Titusville.,11& SHINGLES AND LATHS. TITUSVILLE, FLA.Oen'I .

ALL WORK WARRANTED.NAUMAN'S.

-- General :PIardware: ,,

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t. BfSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY Sash, Doors and Blinds ; Stoves Tinware and Crockery.AIlxrI

TIlE PIOXEER (;EXCY. Merchandise

For terms and wimple copies addressCHAS.H.XAUMAN P
ANTD: OILS
: ,

ganlover P. 0., Brcvard county, Fla.HOTEL. Refrigerators, Water Coolers, Ice Cream Freezers, STORE.

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:r AEVJS7: Screen Wire, Screen Windows, Screen-Wire Doors.



DEHONIGO POWDER AT NEW YORK PRICES. I propose to keep


COCOA, INDIAN RIVER, FLA. TITUSVILLE
FLORIDA.
Nearly Furnished Rooms,Cool Table. A First-Class Stook
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Terms S2 per Day. TITUSVILLE TROPICAL AND SUB-TROPICAL FRUITS AND FLOWERS.

Egyptian Queen Pine Slips.
Special rates by the week or month.
INDIAN -OFGROCERIES-
RIVER NURSERIES.

WM. JAUVIS, Prop'r. FURNITURE STORE. Bone Meal, Tobacco Stems, Cotton-seed Meal, Cow Peas &'Fertilizers.

lIe ycarest House to Steamboat Landing. I CATALOGUE MAILED FREE. TERMS CASH.

JOHN B. BEACH, Indian River Nurseries, East Melbourne Fla.

m MUSIC HOUSE OF FLORIDA A. Frosclier I ,

IRRIGATE IRRIGATE ,

PROPRIETOR.

A.B. CAMPBELL: : :-
DRY GOODS

Jacksonville, Fla. Parlor Suites, The requistes of a \ good Wind Engine ,

are POWER, LIGHT
RUNNING, SELF-
Bed Room Suites NOTIONS,
G 0 V ERN I NO ,
I will Sell and Deliver at your nearest I STRENGTH TO VVITH-

station First-Class STAND STORMS, DU-
Beds Mattresses ABILITY, & SIMPLI-
MCHS' ladies' & Children

PJAN""OS: : : CITY. I \


OR Springs, Numbers of tes- timonials can be SaOES.E3ATS: : .

ORGANrSI : And everything in the FURNITUREline. shown to prove the KirkwoodWindEn-

Call and see the New Stock
/ USB MONEY than any other house in the just received. gine posseses all these.
ruttdfitatei. I always guarantee instrument to
".represented. I Will ship a Piano or Organ to
say bonest man or woman, on trial, and it not Keeps full supply of metallic and woodenCoffins
titfactory, I will pay freight both ways. $25 THE KIRKWOOD WIND
cuknd f 10 a month on a Piano, and$10 cash and ENGINE
Cases and Caskets.
: :
$1 1 month on an Organ till paid for -not much ,
an than ordinary rent. On these very liberal Is the Most Reliable, Durable ,
Lightest-running and Powerful Wind in-
Engine
tame anyone can own a instrument Send for Funerals attended if desired. All or vented.
nn CATALOGUE containing full information. ders executed and Coupled with its symmetrical design and handsome appearance makes it
Ieet 11IIic,Strings,Violins. Banjos, Guitars Ac- promptly at reason a- most desirable and economical for the purchaser.
riant, and in fact, every Musical Instrument rates. Embalming done. 22 .
fa It made,and at very low prices. Send for com- MILLS, TANKS, TOWERS, PUMPS, PIPING.
gete Catalogues. I have 20.000 pieces of Choice '
..lcauO cents per copy. 5,000 boots of Choice I Mill can be seen in operation at my place at Eden. Write for Illustrated Cata* CLOTHING
laic it 10 cents per copy. ,OOO Books of Choicer logue,free. Address,
d and Instrumental Music at 50 cents and 25 Geo. B. Rumph. .
'ntt. any piece of sheet music published, at 2s G. LOVTREL LUCAS EDEN FLORIDA. ,
to JO per cent below publishers prices. Books of 3 ,
'IeCilUleh abed music size, 10 cents. Send for A FULL LINE OF 23-3mo.
Cdc ogee.

A. B. Campbell, Jacksonville, Fla. GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.ROBERT Gent's Furnish) Goods,

aeration this paper.] 50-lyr. .


Notice of Election. y ? a ALSOCROCKERY

T.the Sheriff Brevard County, Florida. ,
a
)
KOW ye that I,John L.CRAWFORD, ( (( : GLASSWARE
wwttry of State of the state of Florida, ,
.hereby give notice that a

GENERAL ELECTION

tflbe held in Erevan County, State of HARDWARE
Honda, on Tuesday next succeeding the \
J* Monday in November, A. D. 1888.
e Mid Tuesday being the THIS SPACE IS RESERVEDFOR AND

SIXTH
DAY OF NOVEMBER,

For Four Electors of President and Vice -
"Kwent: of the United States.
Forone Representative for tne second NE I&CVV Ship Chandlery Goods.These
|Wr<*ional District of Florida, in the COLIfI .
:lust Congress of the United States, ARS :BIRN-B-EJ-M
a Governor of the State of Florida. "
?Fors_, Secretary of State for the Stale of

Florida&lUnaL For an Attorney-General of the State oft BUIST'S THE ONE PRICE CLOTHIER.

Fresh will be he main features of my
Garden
For SeedsSold
Comptroller of the State of Florida.
.For Fort I Treasurer of the State of Florida. at Philadelphia Retail Prices. Will business, but orders sent me for anything -' :
Superintendent of Public Instruc-
hog of the State of Florida. make special orders and prices to kept in any store in Titu
For parties wanting seedsin
a Commissioner
of of
Agriculture ville will be
State of Florida. bulk. promptly filled.

*For three Justices of the Supreme>Court Geo. B. Rumph.
the
State
of Florida.
Por 19 Titusville, Fla.
t Senator for the 13th Senatorial


.....For.,es.one member of House of Represen- PORTER & POTTER
For Will bny FraitsJggs CMckeas
POra I County Judge. : .
Clerk of the Circuit Court.

Port Pot For a Tax Tax Sheriff Assessor.Collector.: J Real Estate Dealers, Clyde's New York, Charleston & Florida S. S. Line Or any Country Produce my customersor <

For I County Lake Worth, Dade Co., Fla. friends may bringto
Treasurer. GENERAL OFFICES
Fort I : 35 BROADWAYEW YORK.
tractioa County SuPerintendent of Public Lake Worth, Florida is the mOlt tropical part of market.
the State. It lies parallel with the ocean beach, is NEW YORK, AUG. 16 1888.
For ,
County Surveyor. 22 banes long, of an average width of one mile, is .
For I connected with the ocean by an inlet, and is nowhere -
JUstice Justice of the peace in and fort over throe-qnarters of a mile from the ocean. FOR FERNANDINA, FLA., DIRECT.Steamers .
District in said County. The fishing and hunting cannot be excelled,pompano .
I\: o I Constable in and for each Justice ,blue fish,tiea trout,barracuta, sheephead and sail from
are appointed to Pier 29 East
River New
flab York, I ask for
ict in said other fine being easily caught by trolling or a share of the public patron
ie County. with a net. Deer and wild turkey are plentiful in
attention of the Sheriffs is called to the pine woods beyond the chain of fresh water Every Wednesday at 3 and
m. come as
rl .; requiring them to cause a notice lakes which lie west of Lake Worth. Beautiful cocoanut p. age a supplicant, not a
Iti are in bearing all along the shores
of
tet1ion groves DELAWARE
' rprwted! to be published in a news- the lake,and guavas.mangoes, sapadillos, alligator .Wednesday,Sept.26jh dictator, asking for your favor. '
in the County,if there be a pa- pears,sugar apples,Spanish: limes,Jamaica apples,
the County,and if there be no tamarinds, coffee,gcosberry trees maumee apples, FROM: FERNANDIN A. If courteoustreatmenthoo(1
. paper
1trbed in the County manmee sapotas, almonds dates, figs, oranges
, fire they shall cause limes,lemons,citron and all kinds of tropical fruits DIRECT FOR NEW YORK. goods and low is
" copies of this notIce to be post111 and flowers are doing finely here. This is the most figures
. the OSljub1ic places in the Count eastern part of florIda.. being 100 miles east of the Steamers
are appointed to sail TUESDAY
IN TESTI\IONY ) longitude of Jacksonville. This brings the Gulf every as follows: the candidate for
whereof I have
to the land here than at other
Stream nearer any
h.r .*]the hereunto set my hand and affixed part of the coast, and thus insures the most even GULF STREAM..Tuesday, Sept. 25th public favor,
great of place the United States. ;
seal of the State of Florida temperature any in A
at Tallahassee the large acreage is put in garden truck every winter, The freight and passenger accommodations are unsurpassed. Every attention will be :
1 then
I'm
thIS capital, from 15,000 to 20.000 bushels of early tomatoes be given business entrusted to this line.
A. the twentieth day of Aug. ing grown every year,which bring from $1.50 to Direct all shipments from New York via Clyde's Florida Line,Pier29,East River.
D. 1838. $5.00 per bushel Good hotels, stores aud post. For further information apply to elected.Yours -
JOHN offices are convenient. Lots of all sizes and prices J. A. STEAD, Agent, .y. \. LESLIE Agent,
I.. CRAW'FORD.Secretary secured by the above firm,who have almost all of Fernandina,Fla. 88 MT. nay St.,Jacksonville,Fla.
of State. the best land to sell. Parties buyIng now:will, in t TIIEO. G. EGER, n-a1ftcIanager, WM. P. CLYDE & CO., GKNVL AGTS., anxious to
r. short time,more than double the purchase money 35 Broadway,N.Y. 12 South Wharves,Philadelphia,35 Broadway,\.Y. please, '
oJJt. E BOWMAN Sheriff Brevard Lots range from 5 to 10 acres,all fronting on Lake F. M. IRONMONGER Jr.,General Traveling':Agent Jacksonville.Florida.
Worth. Prices from $0 to $300 an acre. Anyone
ra/LJ wishing further Information enclose stamp to the.hove Since last season VENTILATORS have been constructed on the Iron steamers for the

';.t.: .lk, .1t/fl. 20 1888. firm --- better transportation of Oranges and Vegetables. s. :E3:. R.a.V,. ..

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able whose is house- Send bUmp for price lift
n FRiEN DS. nurse name a GpiRESOLVEFS. CARDS.
DEFINITION OF BIBLE TERMS.A &SON,Pitt burgh.I'euii.
Made Ilc-Uhot In hold word in Germany), and be *% "
The Claim : ut a Meeting --
gerah was 1 cent. 3I.R"EI..OUSMEMORY L. .\. GINGHAS,
Greenwich Street. sure to get the genuine article.
A 3 cents.A .
farthing was
NBW YORK, Sept. 17.-The result of the
meeting of the Emigrant Hotel and BoardingHouse shekel of gold was $S. GIVE UP BY SEVEN DOCTORS. ATr: -AT-1W AID ",

Keepers' association, nt 24 Greenwich A talent of gold was $13SOO. Shaker Extract of Roots or Sei- NOJARY pD B

street, Thursday afternoon, which was called !:Ol"k Ledge. .
A talent of silver was $523.33. gel's Syrup has raised me to good I
to take action on the proposed 1.50 _ 1ortu.a"f
and tI comiuisbions; which it was A bin was one gallon and two pints. health after seven doctors had given D L. GAULDEN. >

roads had decidedto Ezekiel's reed nearly eleven feet. c
claimed the pool was .
me up to die of consumption.So DISCOVERY.Any !
offer, was a resolution, in which t
: strong 1 A shekel of silver was about 50 cents.
the a '/ci.iUon decided to stand by the Lacka writes R. F. Grace.Kirkmanville, hUhk learned In one rraUuk. : ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. ,;
A cubit was nearly twenty-two inches.A
tend cured. '
remaining and trunk Ontario lines lines in and the to pool.boycott Chair-the !! mite was less than a quarter of a cent.A I Todd Co., Ky. 1.11011)ul1l1ke SluMlciittvitl.out wandering artitioinl note.vteiu- I Titnavillt', Floi\l.L; Ji if

man Daniel Hamilton, of the executive committee piece of silver, or penny, was 13 cents. HE HEARD OF IT JUST IX TIME. 1'intpy condemned liy :.supremeCourt.. ;
who presided, explained in a speech i (next inducement tu {..rre."l'-U't" & WILUA3IS,
A Sabbath about JONES
day's journey was an "I had been about given up to .ela*<' :
that all the pool wanted to do was to drive ,
English mile. l..ftll'fdnit: !- fpuii Ira of r>r. Wm. A. H mrmmJ -
the Lackawanna and Ontario roads to the die with dyspepsia when I first saw the w..l.l fvi I'l\l: S,> d.1H.t in Mind .1;M'ai'tll. Ii
wall, and this was its only object in offering I An ephah, or bath, contains seven gallons the advertisement of Shaker Ex- Dant-I l GnenJi! iliotnini>. the great riiychoh UUI'Ut'atIH". ..
and five pints. gift, anditlitrtiit tr.t" hy
such large commissions.He I Fiot. .\. LOIS TTE, 23. Filth Ave. New York. Titu>ville.Q.EO. COT 1.1r1.Ja. Of
!
said it was very plain that when the j I A day's journey was about twentythreeand tract of Roots or Seigel's Syrup. t
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trunk lines themselves received but ninety one-C.h miles.A .
After four bottles I ableto
using:: was .AI. IIUIJIIIXS
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cents on the cut rate to Kansas City they firJau1.18 seven pints an omer was six

could not afford to pay $2 commissions and pints, a cub was three pints.-The Evangelist attend to my business as well as EXHAUSTED VITALITY ..

they could not keep it up when once the ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
ever. I know of several cases of SCIENCE OF
roads downed. Then the '"
agents ouUtaiHiinc would be annihilated.were "They bold'I i eighths A hand's inches.breadth A finger's is equal breadth to three and is equal five- chills and fever that have been jTH f; .rIENCEl TIlE the :peat TlTUSVILLE, Fl.A f ps.4

out the $2 in one band," he said, "and 1 Jl Medical Work of the .
I
cured writes Thos. Pul-
inch. it. So
to one by 1 OFt .lIfEageonManh r Nervy j
woes we take it they'll drive a knife into = M. THKASHEi:,
our hearts with the other. We don't want ; Has None. lum, of Tay, Geneva Co., Ala. -? -- =- -< :-- ; \ oils aId Physical! D.- A. 1k
all their fares in commissions.: What we ---_ bDity, Premature De- '
The can who his ne'er WORTH TEX DOLLARS A BOTTLE. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
,, pays way frets :
dine,ErrorsofYo'th
want is to ae :ure the but accommodation Life holds for him much fun KNOW THYSELF ,
; Mr. Thomas of laud the uDto.llnll.--t.r-t i i'. o. u n H>. '..
; P. Evans the s. rl'aD.
direct ru.
and the most traiibportation for our In short, the man who pays his debts, g
S
consequent thereon. 300 pages TO., 125 W 1I11..II\'"Ilk alt tb a r"ULtott.. -
patrons, and we don't propose that any rail ; Of debts has:. never one. firm of Evans it Bro. Merchants scriptipns for all diseases. Cloth full pit,only f P'C--I .n.
road magnate shall dictate to them that I Boston Courier. by mail,sealed. Illustrative sample free to all "
they shall go by say route but the one they Horntown: Accomack Co., Va., !and middle-aged men. Send now. The Gold and -- --- --- ..
Got Ilis lesson Down rice. :Jewelled:Medal awarded to the author by the National IJ. HURUHFIEU'.
telect." writes that he had been sick with Medical Association. Address O. Box]5:1%..-*- II R.
The Ontari.. & Western road has been "Now, Tommy,"said the teacher, 'i: there ton, Mass., or Dr. W. IL PARKER grad: ae of I
building up an enormous through traffic arc seven peaches on the table and your littla digestive disorders for many years Harvard Medical College, 25 years'practice in IV...- :
ton,who may be consulted confidentially. U ..C.., COUNTY SURVEYOR
during the pat few months. Previous to sister eats three and you cat four, what will and had tried many physicians and No. 4 Uulflnch St. Specialty,Diseases of Man.
this year it had noue to speak of. be leftr"l'hesone Cut this out. You way never see it u;aliu Oruer* liy mail will rt-ivivr *
a.pr cr :
:;," replied Tommy.-New York medicines without benefit. He began ------ -- attention as calU in
Feara of Fatalities Sun. pcroJU. a
to use Shaker Extract of Rootsor
NORFOLK, Va., Sept. la-Passengers arriving I SANTA LUCIA A.t1rt'Jo.! .: (ft1r.iI.3, f'--..
in the city over the Seaboard rail- Seigel's Syrup about the last of --- !,

road last night report .that the Roanoke How 1)0Ve Jig Our GraveS ? Jan., 1887, and was so much better TT F. ATKINSON.I :

river has overflown it* banks and cas risen We must eat or w cannot live. Is i bd,-: k,1 In that ma;rmlif<'nt Tropical j 11.. II
thirty-nine feet. In Northampton and Holt- I in three weeks: that he considered; Sorer hat lie; between the Indian and .

fax counties North Carolina, the lowlands This we all know, But Jo we all himself a practically well man. I St. L'ii-5r Iivt: -r:". ami I i* laid off. by I JUSTICE OF THE PEACE .

along the river are completely flooded, aud know that die ? It is t'l.t.. Sixty I'ci'tiile.. into thrtv ;wr.c : Ii
I we by eating ,
F'ir Ju
i the Second >lkv lJi tritx "r t.
He adds I have at this time j j
tarns and houses are floating around. The one hjk>. nml $niilcr! Jot. uliich will 11.Id \'
corn and cotton cro;' are ruined, and it is said we dig our graves with our bottle on hand{ if I could not get <.. l n'I'"lwhh" to ;Itllal.ttlcro'. ThisrCgi .: ymlc.'uuuh'mouth.; Court da..>. ihint l M L.J21I' i
of each 'J
feared some lives are lost. The damage teeth. How foolish; this sounds. .,n i io \\1iiierll's?> iiul iro ;lt''. and is .
lone: by the flood is tiuiated as high as ,. any more voi&l' 11lfJt t.iJe (l tmi dollar in lh- Iid 1ftheeucounit andpiiu-ajiplc, I -- -. t

i ':"'"OOO. Yet it is fearfully true. care [liUtI/' if. win-re all tin Tropical Fruits iloari: h. PARKER'S
.
nVcU of a Hail Storm. I terrified at tin approach of the .\t!Mnwitli. -tamp. : HAIR BALSAM
All druggist, or address A..1. Cleanses and beautifies tkt bit I
PlTTSBUKU, Sept' 17.-Last evening a severe I II' Promotes a liuoiiint .
cholera fever thereis pow
or yellow t
bail and thunder storm wrought much : yet White, Limited, f 4 Warren St., w. II. BAKER mm Dade Co.. N.v.r Fails to RatonHairtoitsYoetlf. Cm ,
>> CW.
disease doors
a constantly at our
Ohio and Penn-
damage in eastern western X. Y. ;, Prevents. Dandmff 4 fair taSte I
sylvania. At Baruesville four persons were .'1,0 :'B.\ '. : Sta.and tl rat Drnrl4h
and in our houses far more dangerous I
I prostrated by lightning, which struck a to .
--
bacco bouse on the farm of Ezekiel Griep. and destructive. Most people KOTIt'U.:

One of them, Charles Grier, aUU of the proprietor have in their stomachs a poison, 1-All persons concerned: will take I FIRE I BURGLARS THIEVES. '
was fatally injured. A youth I
slow but afatal the notice, that thirty days after date. I II
named Mentt, wa. kilted, and a young lady more quite : as '
intend to apply to the Honorable John : S.FES !
was severely injured by lightning at Johns- germ of those maladies which sweep
D. Broome. of the Circuit
town Pa. Much glass was broken there, Judge Court,
particularly ID greenhouse, and the municipal men into eternity by thousands:; of the 7th Judicial Circuit of Florida. in OUR VICTOR
buildings At Pa., bail- awl for Ilrevard COUlltfOI' leave to t
Washington. without warning in the time of
,stone from five to eight inches in is ugth : adopt and for a decree of his honor legalizing -

fell breaking: kuiuired or windows, dt':toyIng great epidemics. But it is a mercy my adoption! of Edna, infant w- HonsonOIa o oa l & OlliooSat e

greenhouses and stripping trees, p. J. that if we arc watchful, we can child or.Jaull's, A. )lcC'rol".Uld- for the I -
custody of said) intant. a
Finn wes struct on the dead and killed.
ell when we are threatened. The DUUCILLA K. MCCUORY. I a Are expressly meant to surplL':' : -

Shoe Factory Burned. TitHsvilie Fla. Betel 1SSS. gent demand from ,
the Sept.. l
following are
OBtR Mass., Sept. U..-K. Rollins, among symptoms, I ; Doctors, Small Starcleepcn, PtatewAni

\ oboe factory at CummingsvilJe was burned, yet they do not always necessarily I Express and EaUroad :Jlgmtt, TvmK?
with its contents. Less $7,000; insured. In Circuit Court of the Sei'&ith Judicial and Officials. Tnutat, Si&ti
in the same order nor are I
appear Circuit of FlorUln, Ertvttnl County, Business belt vnd J-ajmK,foratriVclass

CAPTAIN ANDREWS GIVES IT UP. they always the same in differentcases. A. 1) 1888. In Chancery.J. I I1 flre-proof,burglarproof combination -

The Bold Skipper of the Dark Secret There is a dull and sleepy II. FOSTER 1 lock, E:fr, adapted in opiaty

Abandon His Yoyag v [I **s lnton of i and price to suit their requirenesii.
D.i I
bad taste in the mouth F. MORTEN & HATTIE !
feeling; a :: P The Victor ia first-class in enr.J III-
NEW YORK, Sept. 18.-Tbe Norwegianbark trtncrship.HENRY
B.MORTEN his wife.& j .
warranted fire-proof; tad ccastrncted -
Nor arrived in port Tuesday morning, especially in the morning ; the ap- MORTEN. Jtheir I 1:4c: pect, in the most improved mama

having picked up and brought back Capt. petite is changeable, sometimes; We now use on each and eTerJ aft
William A. Andrews and his cockle-shell dory It Caring from the. edit avit of tire coobbuCM
poor, and again it seems as thoughthe above mUlled plaiutifi that he our new non-pIckabl.
the Dark Secret. He and his boat were taken respondents lock and inside bolt-work. It bmB
could F. Iorten and H. UIorten his ,
board latitude 46 13. 89 50 patient not eat enough, -- exterior
en in longitude wifc11(1 )[ round comers, betnfiMljf
Henry orten. residents
a re non- -
about fifty-five miles more than half way and occasionally no appetite at all ; of the State of Flori JiI. and that finished andornamentedby hand witt
across the ocean. Skipper Andrews i a a* | _all burnished portions xiickeHaaW-
dullness and sluggishness of the respective residences ire Covington -
Lrown as Indian and a* chipper as a cricket. the Interior nicely fitted up With anb-tit
State of
in Kentucky, but that
The captain of the Nor makes the follow. mind; no ambition to study or the Post Office address of the said F. uries, booi-epfices, and plgeon-oofc!

ing statement: work : more or less headache and Morten and II. B. Morten. Is 152 Main Advertisement No.1.

"This is to certify that Sunday August 19, Street, Cincinnati. Ohio, and that the No. I. Farmers' Size, 19x12x13, weight. I351bs. $24.00
I spoke the American boat Dark SecretCapt. heaviness in the head ; dizzinesson said h 250 Ibs. $3060
respondents are respectively over No. 2. Household Size, 22x15x16, -
William A. Andrews, in mid ocean. His rising to the feet or moving sud- the age of 21 years. It is ordered that No. 3. Small Dealers' Size, 28x18x18, 600 Ibs. $& .OO

y outfit was worn out and used up; that the furred and coated the said respondents. F, Morten, II, B, No. 4. Postmasters' and Office'Size, 32x22x22, 800 Ibis $1100

Lcs t'i bottom was very foul with parnacle denly ; tongue ; Morten, his wife, and Henry Morten, do No. 4 has inside door, with flat key lock, duplicate keys. Sub-treason> ?
c.ne: inch and grass two inches long which in :
my opinion was sufficient reason for abandoning a sense of a load on the stomach respectively on or before the 5th day of have flat key-locks, with duplicate keys. We are sole owners of patents add
November A. D. 1888 plead answer or We caution making, buytny,
his voyage. that nothing removes; hot and manufacturers of the Victor Safes. persons againtt
demur to the complainant's Bill of Com-
"0. H. BJONNESS. Muster Bark NIT." or using safes infringing on our patents.
:
dry skin at times ; yellow tinge in plaint herein filed or the same will be Every first-cras3 safe comp manufactures under patm It is dangerous toJ kr

the eyes ; scanty and higb colored taken as confessed and the complianant spurious goods bearing no patent dates. with
HOW SOME AUTHORS WORKED. allowed to proceed ex-parte with said Every person who is invited of a safe will find it profitable to corre1pO

urin ; sour taste in the mouth, frequently -, cause. And it is further ordered that a us at once, before an agency is established in his locality, and receive the beef

Anthony train.Trollope did much writing in a attended by palpitation of copy of this order be published in the of our Special Offer in open:territory.

railway FLORIDA STAR newspaper, published in We want GoCooperative J/erc1ta.1 and Dealer to help us carry out our hlta'
Shelly always composed out of doore or on the heart ; impaired visions, with said county for four consecutive weeks, Plan. xciusire control free. A highly profitable connection ntD.1.

the roof tops. His handwriting was vile spots that seem to be swimming in prior to said 5th day of November A. D. probably a life-time. lull cost but one cent for n postal card to learn f Pte'

E Sir Walter Scott, who was a hard worker, 18SS, WITNESS the Honorable John D. cnlars. Illustrations and testimonials sent on application. In writing US tarot
the air before the eyes ; a cough Broome,Judge of said court as well
i ns
was always idle at 1 o'clock in the after- -- advertisement No. 1. Address,
with A. A. Stewart, Clerk of said court, and CIHHSUTUNEW
noon. a greenish-colored expectoration The Victor Safe & Lwk Co.
seal of said Court, at the Court House in -
Miss Edgeworth wrote her stories in a ; poor night's rest ; a sticky Tit sville. in said county, this 18th day 0.--
common sitting room, surrounded by her
family. slime about the teeth and gums ; of September D. 1888. "

The poet Gray usually worked himself into hands and feet cold and clammy ; Clerk A. Circuit A. STEWART.Court. ]LV..Iallory: S. S. Line,

the "mood"* 1':: reading some other poet, gen- irritable temper and bowels boundup Jones and Williams solicitors tor com-

., ,
: :r plainant.
and costive. This disease has 22
Wordsworth said of Southey: "He was a YORK AND FLORIDA.

calm and methodical worker, and calm, puzzled the physicians, and still
FI103I NEW }"EUX..lXDIXl,
steady work never lalls. LYORKIDCITY ?JMMlPIEK
ut
puzzles them. It is the common- 21 E. li, I'EXTRE: hTKEET WHAU.XEW .IYDI: Th
Sir Edwin Arnold wrote his "Light of
Asia" while traveling the railway carriageto ist of ailments and yet the most YORK, I10STOX AIVD IIILADEL1'III %*

and from his newspaper.Mrs. Some- pi
complicated mysterious. The Iron Steamships STATE OF TEXAS, CITY OF SAN ANTONIO.
Trollope worked from two to three in
times it is treated as consumption, GRANDE, compose the Florida Service.
tha( morning. She used green tea and sometimes -

laudanum for a stimulant. sometimes as liver complaint, and Passage Rates between Florida and Xew York ulna)1

Lord Byron puzzled his friends by continued then again as malaria and even as the Lon-est.

productions while appearing to occupy heart disease. But its real natureis j&Sf Rates of Freight always Low as Competing Line .
himself with anything else but writing. I Early Morning Train Every Thursday from i*>ints on J. T. & K. W r.a.i1tr1'

Hans Christian Andersen had to be alone that of constipation and dyspepsia. connects with steamer same day at Fernandina.

white composing las fairy tales He was It arises in the digestive organs I SCHEDULE.
never able to dictate a contribution for the
press. and soon affects all the others = XOr.TH-BocSD-8tf'amslip tail from Fernandina every Thursday P-.onsil.efollows ID' of.y

Wordsworth mainly composed his poems throughthe] corrupted and poisoned arrival of trains from South Florida, and morning train from J

during his rural rambles. Sometimes ho blood. Often the whole ;

would write his verses with a slate pencil on body-in- CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder.......................Thnr ( 1,&our:

a stone. cluding the nervous system-is literally 1 II I CARONDELET, Captain .Thursday, 1>>

Barry Cornwall composed his best poemsin starred, even when there is CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder...Thnt3y, "

the busy streets of London, only leavingthe CARONDELET, Captain Evan..-J0 7' ftl
emaciation tell the
crowd to enter a shop to write the verses no to story. CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder......:..SU'3S5! Oct.-I$

he had composed. Experience has shown that thereis CARONDELET, Capt. Evans........................................ ..... u. n, ,..!

Dr. Somerville once, for a wager' abused but one remedy that can certainly SOUIH-BOCSD:& ahips Ball from Xew York, Pier Xo.s.,1. I-. tool(It Fulton std InrJ
Mrs. Somerville while she wasat work by at 3 p.m.. u follow:
1 ', calling: her all sorts of things and when she cure this disease in all its stages, September 2dth : October 5th, 12th. lath, 2Cth. etbedalo bt11U.8 .1r I'rt
During the yellow fever epidemic steamer wiU coUinne their n-goUr
paused the absent minded lady looked up namelyShaker Extract of Roots or THE LADIES' FAVORITE. and Fernandina. Order freieht via this line. ..vWDirect
and said ".Did"OU to meI" allFreixbt via No 81 E *Mk.. 't u
: speak & >ani liip Lietrow Pii-r Lere .. t.tH
:Mother Seigel's Curative Syrup. It ? 1r OUT O21 ORDER. 9Special Agenta are located tin principal points through Florida, dckrta'
"?yrn d! Ire to purchase a cowing machine, information obtained.
Hot and Cold. never fails, but, nevertheless no \ our rscnt at your place for terms and jCi-5tate-rooms and berths secured in vauce from JitkwnTille and Ftrnandina c.dc'
There was a little man, .:ce3. It you cannot Had our agent,write
_And a little sweat drop ranZigt4 time should be lost in trying other "--'t f o nearest address to you Delo'w mimed ria.
down the middle of his: forehead: I J. M. CUTLER, PaIlC'IJIlU Agent, corner Bat and Began starts J.ekwnsd'o'
-1nd'txhen he was cool so-called remedies, for they will do 2IHOMEms MACJnNE OE J. R. W. SOUTHWICK. Aunt Fercaiidina, Fix

,','H ewes very very cool, no good. Get this great vegetable 1 CKICASO -28 tmlQtl6QUARLout' GA1L6tit" H. H.RAYMOND, General Traveling Agent
,,., k?; Cut when he was hot be was torrid.Columbus l eta .ATCAtrfA.G Ml:1F t>x C. H. MALLORY & CO. teral Pier 20 E. R. M W UTI6 -
., J>;"?: "" :._1' *.,, Dispatch. preperation discovered by a vener- Asenls,
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THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, SEPT. 27, 1888. 7'


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TELEGRAPH BREVITIES ,<, :;', t-i ';icr "
nurse v 8.U.w ter.r yuJfeffrsi. Ocri-vr Tuily LAND OFFICE. GAINESVILLE. FLA.. \

"\ Crop Gleaaingr of Booent Note. La **** Hmnoenlacs. the -lck.hU" 1'1" >, and
; : u' -
worthy J
EVAPORATORS I I Notice is hereby given that the fol .
Rmse11 A. Alger will deliver a eulogy oomemjVif injvir-ii u giver of $12,000 lowing-named settler has filed notice of
Gt&Sberid&n at the annual meeting of to the yellow iv--uiffr-s is George Law, a
his intention to make final proof in -
of the Cumberland the mar. *'bo diamond support
SirtT of the Army jtiv awry ?
of his
General Produce preemption claim and that
*II
19.Tfindine .
r ai September Yulitiraaf .. ,. MILLS said proof will be "made before A. A.
iI wTeral thousand dollars in
of ,
Con S.v Stewart. clerk of Circuit Court ritu-
I'ti'1 )t0" rHOl1liap.tOO by at
of the late Ma
I&fe, the property the Erie dl"',,-.'t Pennsylvania.: dt? may made a ripple in the monotony ... And Syrup Makers' Supplies.
,has remonstrant'. William II. Wade ot Palm Roach D. S.

I$ er on and A. Ajger.Dixon,of Ky.Detroit, will1fti' de- Calif ni.i Repuhlicans claim the .tote by Florida 2130. for the east1 of north-east 1 1wl

<(kD. RUM' Gen. Sheridan at the J2.000 ___ east i of south-east quarter section 21.

the eulogy of on the Society of the Army Fire destroyed Q.I Iey's morocco factoryat For Catalogue and Copy of SorghumGrow'r' I township south. range 43 east.
meeting M. Hamilton & Co. i
son 111 of which Gen. SheridanJjpregJdent. Wilmington Del. A. He names the following witness to
Guide address
yAe Cumberland, San Francisco had > his continuous residence
a l,000,0i. fire, three prove upon
will be held at
The meeting
blocks being burned.A TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA, and cultivation of slidlanc1. M/:
S rt September 19.Ennoble CHiPMAN & CO I iADISON IND John L. Higbsmith, of Lake Worth
in
red man has learned the art ofmnr Wholesale Dealers ,: : ;
Home Indorsement.Mr. Fred. S. Dewey. of Palm Beach ; Joseph
box after the pale face
ballot
,
the is dangerous contention :: N. H. Frohlichstein, of Mobile, Indian River THEAUTOMATIC Jenkins, of Palm Roach ; Obi Gndintiiutscn. -
There a gooa Oysters -
rib fa the Chickasaw tribe, Indian terri- Ala., writes : "I take great pleasure in of Ilypolnxo. Fla.
to* 19 S. C. l UCKEI JlfgistiT.IVOTICE. .
Dr. New Discovery
the re-election of Governor Guy recommending King's .
\.i,over .
------
Uj4 majority. The braves who were op- i for Consumption, having used it fora FISH ; ---- --

2ied to him ay that the returns were maTfl I severe attack of bronchitis and catarrh.It .

gave me instant relief and entirely Green Turtle and Game III Cvunty Cwirf. Jrmnl County, florid

Miller, an enterprising farmer in cured me and I have not been afflicted
on nUll careful stttentioii
All orders will receive prompt By the County Judge of said
jnango county, Pennsylvania, proposes to since. I also beg to state: that I have whether by telegraph, SELF-SKIMMING I' \\'hereO'u.. F. Ensey. Titusville.County :

pin the scientific culture of domesticated tried other remedies with no good result. letter or per&on. 1. has applied to this Court for Letters ;
He will establish a brood, and and Dr. AND
*nn Have also used Electric Bitters of Administiation

lopei to raise Mr.enough Miller to believes start up that in the thieves furksinesL King's New Life"Pills, both of which Ian Geo. E. Chase, Albertina Gailor. deceasH.on the late Estate of salt of l

tin let hit skunk crop alone, and that it is recommend. I Perpetual Evaporators County Brevard.
bring him in big dividend : Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption These are, therefore, to cite and admonish

booed the last to payment on a land purchase made. coughs and colds is sold on a : Chandler I all and singular the kindred. ant!.

IB l&/9ba/ *just been made to the Eel River positive guarantee. Trial bottles free at Ship AND THE creditors of said deceased, to be and :&p.

of the Miami Indians. all drug stores in Tilubville and on Indian } pear before this Court, on or before the

tribe Steps have been taken for the immediate River. Improved Victory Cane Mill 20th day of October. A. D. 1SSS. and file!

,cos action of an electric line of cars from Boat and Vosle Supplies, all kinds objections if any they have to the grant

)Eicbmond! Va., to the historic battlefield of nil]" the Right Medicine.The Patent Anchors, Chain, Blocks, OUR SPECIALTIES.Also ing letters as aforesaid, otherwise the

Sewn Pines, or Five Oaks. day of teas, decoction infusion and Canvass, Galvanized Wire same will be granted as prayed. '

Kentucky state treasurer certifies that the such slops has passed and is being replacedby Hope, all sizes Tents, Portable Soda Fountains. Witness my name as comity Judge of

public coffers contain 1:"- ,420.4tl So much fluid extracts. The latest United StatesDispensatory Spruce Ladders, 1-1.. Prices Low and Goods Guaranteed. the Comity aforesaid, on this 12th day of
"
Copper Paints, sral's, 1-2 gal's, qts. September. 1SSS.
Uncle Dick did not take with him when betook in this connection :
says Spar Varnish, ?a's, 1-2 gal'sqt*">, pts. 21 Mixou S. Joxis.
valise to Canada. 'ounty Judge.
that and infusions have
"Both decoctions now .
Oils and Leads all Kinds.
: --- ---
Epeeldng of the trouble with Canada Lord beeAimealmost obsolete, and deservedly so." I I NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. -- ------- ------ -
F. W. DEVOE k CO'S READY MIXED PAINTS, I XOTICEL
arrived at Toronto said "It isjopoBible I
Bailey, who : In view of the above advanced idea and
In fact anything for Building Sailing boats.
to believe that where nations arejell stubborn facts beg to call attentionto / Circuit Court
we your /* of, the Stl't'"llt,Ji"litial
allied in blood and interest they can the lricklAf'h Poke Root and Potassium Block 90 East St.
II u't's Kay Circuit
Input asunder even for a time, and I hope Compound which has gained such a Ii you have any nf! Florida, in and for BrertlydCounty

tad believe that these words which I havespoken notoriety, and is undoubtedly theCiREATE.'o'T JACKSONVILLE. FLA. A. I). 183?.

will find a response in the bosoms of :BLOOD PURIFIERof OLD FURNITURE In Chancery.
out of the community." The BUYERS'GUIDE is ,
the Has cured rheumatism
age. more issued March and Sept., ..\en CST IlAiirxiCHT,
has made
Go.Harrison public his letter Such
Scrof nlaOld Sores Skin Diseases as
4 acceptance. He discusses protection and Syphillis, each year. It is an encyclopedia vs. } Divorce.META .
trade advocates the of bonds Blood Taints etc., in the last six months, O of useful information C. IIAIIENICIiT.It .
tna purchase CHAIRS
than all the other Blood remedies on the for all who purchase appearing by affidavit of the
nift the surplus, liberal pensions and re- agentof
market. It is no humbug, no secret, but a the luxuries or the the above complainant that
pitted and intimates there SOFAS respondent -
immigration,
composed of fluid extracts of necessities of life. \Vaca.n ,
preparation is over the of 21
bluster in the fisheries dispute. age years and a
furnish with
tw ; olothe and you
The Brotherhood will request the southern Prickly Ash, Poke Root, Queens's Delight all the necessary you and unnecessary ORGANS non-resident of the State of Florida, but
and Sarsaparilla, with the Iodide of Potassium dance a resident of the United States, towit.of .
mb employing negro firemen to substitute appliances to ride,walk sleep,
thltI meD. added. Physicians endorse it as a splendid eat, fish, hunt, work, go to church, PIANOS, the City ot Charleston. State of South

the Wichita county, Kansas county seat combination. It is a powerful tonic and or stay at home, and in various sizes, Carolina; it is, therefore ordered that

war bu been compromised Leoti winning builds up the system rapidly. If you are styles and quantities. Just figure out BUREAUS, the above-named respondent. Meta C.
weak and feeble bottle. Take P. what is required to do all these things
finprisB. Coronado and Farmer City are try one BEDSTEADS Ilabenicht, do plead answer or demur
,DOW moving their buildings into Leoti. P. P. and gain flesh rapidly. It is the best estimate COMFORTABLY of the, and value you of can the make BUYERS'a fair ,, to complainant's bill of complaint filed) l

remedy for malarial poisons, and will cure GUIDE, which will be sent upon Or any other Furniture that you wish herein on or before the lath <1:1or-

Crimes and Casualties. chills in every instance. As a tonic and tree.i p t of 10 cents to. pap postage. October, A. D. 1888. otherwise the ;jams
la explosion of gas at a mine near Mt. regulator for feamales who are in a low MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. RE-VARNISHED AND POLISHED, will be taken as confessed.

l Carol Pa., fatally injured a boy and seri- tate of health it has no equal. Try one 111-114 Michigan Avenue, Chicago,111.LUODEN Call on the undersigned, at the headof And it is further ordered that a copy
ooJj injured two men. bottle and btj convinced. Main Street Titusville where of this order be published in the FLOUI-
you
Ximeapoli procuresses are Turin;; school & BATES SOUTHERN MUSIC HOUSE. DA STAB newspaper published in saidcounty
tU Wisconsin Renews Her Youth. can have all or any of the above articles
irk to pineries. once a week for four consecutive -
Jcka Jforeck and his wife living in Chi0(0 Mrs. Phoebe Chesley, Peterson, Clay made to look as well as New; or will weeks prior t-j said 15th day of

,had a quarrel about family affairs and Co., Iowa, tells the following remarkable PIANOS.ORCANS. call at residences when work can 'not be October, A. D. 1888.

tint out and drowned themselves. Four story, the truth of which is vouched for moved. Also all kinds of Ornamental Witness, the Honorable John I).

fttie orphini survive. .by the residents of the town: "I am 73 Sign Painting a specialty. Broome, Judge of said Court as well a*

WaDIce Walker killed his brother Joe at years old, have been troubled with kid- w. :EL.Titusville. NcX.. A. A. Stewart, Clerk of said Court and

JarWta.'Pa., with a club. It started in a ney complaint and lameness for many the seal of said Court. :\t the Courthouse -
tririal dispute. r Fin. in Titusville. Brevard Count '
could not dress myself without } ,
Bra Simple and Frank Hudson, quarrellibrMbing years help. ; Now I am free from all pain and 15-tf. aforesaid. this 10th day of Sept.. A. I).
KM machine workmen at More1iI&Zlr 1SSS.
.; beat each other up with clubs soreness, and am able to do all my own C. II. SCOTT, A. A. STEWART
Hka to dying and Simple has disappeared. housework. I owe my thanks Co Electric
Clerk
Mid-Summer Sale of Circuit Court.GEO.M. .-
George!( Van HUM was killed during a Bitters for having renewed my youth", EASTERNHAIRDRESSING Romuxs

tyttrel, at Greenville, Tenn., by a mans removed completely disease and pain. i SALOON. 1 Solicitor for Complainant.Commissioner's .
=lid lentOI'd. Try bottle,'0c.and 1 $, at all drug Y

Duiel Henry was badly injured at stores in Titusville and on Indian River If you want a clean and easy shave, .Sale.
Gwaiburg Ind., by falling with a derrick NOW
BUY As clean barber
as ever
"tt which he w as elevating slate. gave, Under and by virtue of an order i issuing -
Just call on me at my saloon, of the
out County Court of Brerard
Mn. Green
B. Willis, an old lady was AKD PAY WHEN
At morning, eve, or afternoon.I'll Florida
hraedtod-athnear Hopkinsvilte Ky. It County made by the Honorable

tupposedithat her clothing became ignited cut and comb your)hair with grace Minor S. Jones, county Judge of said
COTTON IS SOLD.MID.SUMMER To suit the contour of your face; county, sitting in Probate in a certain

Solen Edmondson brakeman To I'll matter depending in said court entitled
a on the L you give a Rood shampoo,
*K r& road, was instantly killed by falling The art of which is known to few. 'In the matter of the estate of William
!ho the top of a moving freight train nearnlajraKy. \Q .d SPYRAFUQE Harlan Forwood. deceased." and dated
OFFER. My scissor's sharp, my razor's keen, the 3rd of September, A. D. ISSrf, 1 will.

A cable car jumped the track at St. Louis, VOR My shop is a ways neat and clean, as Commissioner appointed by said order -

11I4 a woman named Collins was fatally in- CHILLS A SCaX CVYB& FEVER, And everything I'm sure you'll find, sell at public auction, to the highest
t 1an DUMB AGUE :1,000: First.Ch Pianos and To suit the taste and piease the mind. and best bidder for cash in front of the
LaU ,Q'r.aa Organs to be sold in June, Court-house door, in the town of 't'itus-
August and September at spot And now to all who patronize intend,
Sporting Spark ville. in said within the
Cash Prices, Payable, Just! come along and bring friends county legal
leaner, the oarsman, cannot find a DOWN. your hours of sale on the first day of Octo-
PIANOS, $:25 CASH And I I will
assure
I br to.match him against William O'Con- ORGANS, 9X0 CASH DOWN, you try ber, A. D. 1SSS, the following pieces
/ My best to satisfy.
lei may7
very
:
Jii and the balance next November parcels, or portions of land (being partsof
lab 1alrain and Jack Dempsey had a : ist:: without interest or advancein said estate) situate, lying, and being

>bletllUn New York, and Dempsey ofJndto ; grans Price.included All our in Pianos.and this sale, our Or THE SLOOP "AGNES." in the County of Brevard and State ot

. fight either Kilrain or Charlie Cheapest and our Best. No ex- Florida, described as follows to-wit:
ceptions. Your choice from ten West i ofneje i of
n w \, andsel
commanl1ed1J1CAP'l'AI
, Effly no longer leads the Association in 'PYRAFUGE leading' makers and over 300
styles and Prices. JOHN MCLEAN. of section 23. township 32, range 39,
tutting. containing 320 44-100 acres. N e J sec.
Makes
Jj.Ben nett, of Toronto the mile IS CALLED THE regular trips on Indian River.
won sprint-
12 33
township s, 39
-SUMMER BARGAINS 1888- range e. containing
SHE
, J:,match at Ballston Spa Saturday, at 4:43. Wonderful Chill and Fever ExpellerIt CARRIES A FULL SUPPLY OF 159 48-100 acres. Lots 7 and 8 of sec. 7,

f lib It. **& Donovan will meet Jack Dempsey In gives au appetite, bringing strength and health to the Styles,New Prices, Great Improvementsin acres. Lots 2 and? of section 11, township

.. re.,minute rounds for S3 per cent of our Lower Priced Instruments. Canned Goods, 34 s, rang 40, containing C3 CO-100
Pfc
r receipts. Large purchase enable us to offer Re- Hats Boots and Shoes acres. Lots 1, 2, 3 and 4, section 10.
won the 100 mile bicycle race duced Prices. Here are samples. township 31, range 40 e. containing

?\? Erie to Baffalo, Saturday, in nine lu1rerer.llJ llJ Ladies' Shoes in great variety;Prints all 31618.100acres. Lot 1, section 14. town-

I! Ji"Jtta fifty-two afths minutes:! and twenty-three 99R fl i NO I. 1 fIght# Octave Large, Size UpI. new patterns at low prices. ship 34 s, range 40, containing 38 CO-100

.. seconds.fight $ Im t nrs I. Beautiful Rosewood acres. West i of section 14, township
t, dirtd ba been de- m\J Case, Full Rich Tone. Guaranteed Ready-made ClolMni, Toilet Articles 32 s. range 39 e, containing 320 acres.
olt1IIt (Prickly Ash Poke Boot and Potassium.) perfect and durable. Maker' Price,
South h. of section 12, township 33 e,
# y**Von der Abe, of the Browns, has CURES 865U. _____mmmmtfmmm XOTIOXS. range 39, e, containing 318 OC-100 acres.
(4 CteTtl&nd 1500 for the release of 1% Octave, Upright "For the cash only
) .IIQIII' Lu. flAaJO Grand,Large Mal ch 15,46 6m. S w J of n w 4 of section 25, and n e J of
t\i SYPHILIS $240 Strings, Full Iron section 2C, township 32 s, range 39 e.
: h1 Cinaatis are dickering for the re- Frame, Ivory Keys, Rich XOTICE. containing 200 12-100 acres. South i of '

" Pitcher Pitcher Mays, of the Brooklyn Secondary,and Tertiary Syphilis.g ph. Rosewood Case. FireKilass every way. s w 4 of section 11, township 32 s,
Primary: Pianos usually sold at $300 and $350. 'I range:
Equals LAND OFFICE
Prouaer of | at Gainesville Fla.
--.lu the Galveston, Tex., llitic Eruptions, Scrofula and Scrofulous &uptions. laker'Price,x701. } 39 e, containing SO acres. Lots: and 3.
aIped to the Louisville and Old Rheumatism and 25 1888.
Ulcers August
club ,
thOtlhontested -all diseases of the blood ; those that have With Piano a Plush Top Stool, section 3, township 34 s, range 40 e, containing
It battle was fought at Bay resisted other treatment yield steadily and surely Handsome Cover, Instructor, Notice is hereby given that the folhw- :.s acres. Lots 1. 2, and 3. sec. 1
1 -L..L.. Y., between Jack Grace and to the wonderful power of P. P. P., the great music Book and all Freight Paid. : ing-named settler has filed notice of his 4, township 34 s, range 40 e, containing
-
-"
- terribly punished, getting his ORGAN of 2.% Octave Reeds, ot his claim, and that said proof will be township 34 s, range 40 e. containing
1pUt. 50
teeth knocked out, and eyes SCROFULA : : Stands Walnut,Music Case.Pocket HighTopLmp made before Circuit Judge, or in his 159 CS-100 acres. South i of n w Jam!

tfsJ Full Sweet Tone. Maker'Price,5150. absence clerk of Circuit Court at Titus s w J section 3, township 34 B, range 40

Foreign Note Is Swelling an impurity, causing in the Running Wood, producing Sores on the Lumps Arms or w yule, Fla.. on October 12th, 1SSS viz. : e. containing 240 acres, Lot 1 of section

i; ooq railway will be built through Si- Legs,or blood the cure of which use P. P. P.,' Rich..N. FourFullSetsRreds.10 ) : Elbert B. Carter, of Minis, Fla.. II. E. I1. and lot 1, section 9, township! 34 s. *
to Irkut&k. the greatest medicine on earth. All these P. S65 Cnse,Beautiful Parlor Or. 10332, for the X. E. quarter of S. E. range 40 e. 55; 93-100 acres. Lots 1. 2,
of P. P. ,
\ tffhQndr"lP"ineni at Lolton. En- ,i diseases giving new yield life readily and ne\to v strength.BLOOD the power. gan. Thousands MakerPrice sold.,&OO.AU pur- quarter, and lots 1 and 2, section 31, and 3, and n e $ or s c J, section la,
chasers delighted. ;
:)' r' ban'truck against the introduction I I township 20 s. range 35; e. 1 township 34 s, range 40 e, containing
), 'Zcted M>, slstem of weighing cotton. It Is POISONCured an With Instructor Each Organ, Music a Fine Book Stool and, r He names the following witnessed to i 145 0-100 acres. S w J of s e j. and e 4

that the strike will sytead. All Freight Paid. I prove his continuous resitlenceupon,and of s w 4 j, section 2;). township 32 s, range

th',' Ito KOvernment has ordered an in its worst form ; sometimes in cases with ," cultivation of, said land. viz. : 39 e, containing 120 acres. Lot 8 of
-- oIirJ the reported the was in Eternal Pain DAYS TRIAL.Order James F. Coachman. Robert Carlisle. section 30 and t
ittie transportation of Erysipelas,where patient 15 lots 3I.. 5 and C, section
tt lids.1n dhow; carrying French colors and given up by the physicians.till the In some was cases a Moses ,\". Thompson. Richard Herndon, 31, township 32 s, range 40 e, containing
the broke out party
; >roptxt prove true the authorities Scrofulous of corruption Ulcers ; a bottle of P. P. P. was and test in your own Home. all of Minis, Fla. 20 169 G2-100 acres. Lots 1,4, 5 and ft,

tk '-a t to put a tope Arab mass procured and the disease yielded quickly.RHEUMATISM. No money required until Instrument I S. C. TUCKEU, Register. section 3. township 34 s, range 40 e. con
Pnnch dag by is satisfactory. \V e pay Freight both taining 193 9S-100 acres. Lot 3 of sec.

634 deb4 ways if no sale. Th fairest i way to deal. NOTICE. 14, and lot 1. section 23. township 34 s,

:, ; ;; c the late King IJudwig have Our Instruments arE good and cheap,and I ""On Monday the 1st day of October next range 40 e. containing 59 52-100 acres.

.<" 1Pr.-" ..cleared up. There is a good And hi all Affections of the Blood P.P.P.stands I A Vial always gives a satisfied purchaser. ; I will apply to lion. Minor S. Jones, Co. Terms, cash. Purchaser pa'fur
: ; 'j i t:-ilhoa: rebuilding the royal1ort\me. alone and unrivaled. and tome of its cures are wend: for Mid-sa maser Sale Cir- I Judge qt lirevard county, Fla., for leave
wonderful.If title.Dated
Une baa been opened between really yea Buffer from anything like Syphilis Scrofula cular. I to quit claim the interest of Texas Sheffield the 3rd day of September,A. I).
Brea1a> It is the longest line in Blood Poison, Ulcers, Old Sores, Rheuma- REMEMBER.--*t Prices; Easiest |I a minor in and to the following 1SSS.

J.stage tiemi,.or any disease of the blood be euro and I Term; AU*;Best Freight Jnttrument Paid;,15 Fine Day Stool*Trial and}fbvftt Sac i I rcal'catatc in said county: The southeast WALTER S. GRAHAM,
1 P. P. P. a triaL
' iss tobe In the harvest of France la give P. P. P. (Prickly Ash, Poke Boot and Potassium I Year Guarantee; & Dealing; One Price t. \ of southeast J of section 22, township Commissioner. .
fOOOOOOO hectolitres. )is no secret patent medicine like the many Only; Money Saved; AWLUDDEN 121 south, range 31 east. ARTHUR F. S. WILLIAJIS

Bay PersonaL on thus the giving market.guarantee Its formula of its Is purity on every and bottle whole, I ABATES I W. S. BELL, Guardian. Solicitor for Administrators etito'i-

,1 t: :, I q -:: _John$Tu1 t the fatnolIs ttife.server, eomenesa that DO other blood purifier does give. SOVtMJiB.V MUC HOUSE. :,.JUNlJAH.; GA- Titusville, Fla., Aug. 22, 1888. IStd men/0,amttxo. 20

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8 THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, SEPT. 27,1SSS. ;

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LOCAL L.ACOXICS. -Mrs. Dr. Wilson returned from her I Call for a Senatorial Conven Mrs.WD Advice LOW'S SOOTHING to Mothers.STBUP should alwar POI S.1 Lt:

-The next Democratic Convention to visit down the river to Merritt's Island tion. be used when children are cutting teeth. It re- A tract of land on Indian RiTer
lieves the little suffererstonce;it produces natural oi intb
le held Oct. 13th, will be at Rockledge. OJ Tuesday evening.Mr. The Democratic party of Brevard and quiet sleep,and the little cherub awakes"bright county Brevard; eOn5l+tiD: of ;
as a button." It is very pleasant to taste. It acres; it being lot 0.3, and
-Capt. "". H. Sharpe and Capt. R. I Eddey, of the Signal Service, returned Dade counties will hold a convention at soothes the chU.1.softens the gums allliJ"lal1" paine i of the northeast quarter of POUtb halt f
I the bowels,and is the best known remed sretioa
.\. Hardee, of City Point, were in town from down the river Tuesday, Rockledge, on the 12th day of October' regulates for diarrhoea, whether arising from teething or r I and lot No. H, being the soutnwestquar 3.i r:

last Saturday.Rev. after repairing the telegraph line on the 1888, for the purpose of nominating a .ther causes. Twenty-fire cents a bottle te..r of the northwest quarter of iT

route. candidate for the State Senate from the J. PRITCIIARD President. 36, both in! township. :31 south, rane'2:
Jupiter
James Baton will preach on W. M. BROWN,Cashier. east. This is a very desirable pier ;

Sunday next at Brantley, when he will -The case of Morrow vs. Perry,ct. al., Thirteenth Senatorial district. hammock, soil of rich quality 'aiulu)

organize an M. E. Church South. will come up before Arthur F. S. William Dade county shall be entitled to ten INDIAN RIVER BANK.Tituv for the raisin: of all tropical fruit. l!
:
situated the
Brevard at Narrows KmxrJ
in
Each
delegates. precinct near
the Special Master, on Saturday next, )?!* ,
There will be choir practice, at omce.ill sell cheap for
will be entitled to the same num- 'Ille. Florida. : cash F
when testimony needed in this section county ::t
Titusville particulars address E
Episcopal Church, every convention heldon A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRAN-
o'clock. will be taken. ber of delegates as in the }:. M. LOW. a
evening at eight
Thursday the 5th day of September, 1S88, as SACTED. SCI't. a.
-"e understand that Judge E. K. ttrockton. JI&..... ,
Messrs.J. H.and M. S. Sams and W. follows Exchange bought antI soMe Special an l
Foster and Messrs. Jones & William, : prompt attention given to collections. Loansn'got13.tell
Wilson, of Courtney, were in town on on first mortgage for Savings GRAND yIEW1EI :
Barker's Bluff........1 Haulover..2City
last and remained until Sunday attorneys, have, on behalf of Mrs. P. M. Banks,Corporations and Individuals. Interest .
Saturday Point..3 LaGrange..d .
allowed on time deposits.S1OOOOO '
Ryder, filed a bill of complaint, in Circuit -
afternoon. Ca a\'E'ral..l Merritt's Island..2Eau TITUSVILLE, FLA. :

the Court, to set aside the divorce obtained Gallie.............3 Malabar..............1 TO LOANOn -0----
started for
Several boats ocean by S. Ryder last year. Eden ..................1 Melbourne .........1 First-class Real Estate. ,
teach via Haulover on Sunday, but the Fort Drum. .........2 Narrows..............1 I The most centrally locale Hotel iR (riff, .
Executive Committee
-The Senatorial
breeze proved too heavy, and they were Fort Pierce..2 Rockledge .........5Georgiana i Advances made upon available collateral. -0---

forced to return.J. held their meeting, as announced, ............1 Titusville ...........5 Approved business paper discounted. NEW h o USF FII ?-L.\ II .
last Saturday evening, and recommended The precinct committees in the Drafts on all parts of Europe. EVERY nE. lE'T.
A. Durst, of Crescent City, the same Business done at Jacksonville rates.
that the primaries for the new conventionbe Open all the round. J
well-sinker of the State of Florida late convention will act as precinct com- Every favor consistent with sound year Table Uucrpaxd. -

pioneer in Titusville. For held on Saturday, the 6th of October.and mittees for this convention, whose names banking cheerfully: extended.COIIRE Huh Rooms Free t
i is
operating
now the convention on the Friday following follows DENTS: Bank of Jacksonville, Rates, s-2.:'>() X *:!.OO per iSPECIAL
Daj.
information address box 211. I IIr. II are as : acksonvillo>, ,,1The seaboard: National
I the 12th inst. Haulover-C. H. Nauman, J. D.Vann, Hank, New Yoik. 23 RATES PER WEEK J
-) Geo. B. Rumph succeeded in arriving -
-Social party, Wager's Hall, postponed Ed. Summerlin. J. A. :
.AIILLEltOPI.cffJr
home from New York on Tuesday Cana\'eral-X. N. Penny, Kobt. Han A. L. Hatch & Son, .
until Monday evening next. All -- -- -

evening, comin'ia Gainesville and Ta- invitations sent out by Messrs. Chas H. son. Barnes R.C. DIALERS IX INDIAN RIVER ART CALLER!
\'areli.t one time it seemed quite Kockledge-Lyman May,
Walton and J. A. Durst are good for C. B. Magruder. JP1CKENS
doubtful if he could pass through on account DRY GOODS NOTIONS f
he above night. The programme for the \lalabar-Ir. Mavnard Ed. Arnold.
:
TrilNKR:
of the rigid quarantine.We evening is: Instrumental music, singing, Melbourne F/Gibbs, D. \\". Mc- .

call attention to the new advertisement recitations, bean-bag, checkers, chess, Quaig. Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery, Photographer, 1
Barker's Bluff-S. KitchSng, Dempsey
of Mr. G. L. Lucas, on our fifth cards and dancing.The Cain, Paul Kroegel.Titusville.S. Stationery, Family Medi- Views on Eat Coast and Indian Rita :

page, setting forth the prominent featuresof H. Ray, Frank Reed, cines, Garden SetJs, a Specialty. 1
Kansas Times of 13th
City
the Kirkwood Wind engine. He will Sept. E. B. Wager.Narrows Has the onlAuthorizctll IIU'fOOI..U'1' j
records a visit from Mr. S. Twitchell, of -J. P. Gray,John J. LaRoche, CHOICE GROCERIES, OF PRESIDENT CLEVELAND AND Patty
with desiring
be pleased to correspond parties
Indian River Fla. who i is with that has ever been made during \kiu
stopping Noah Agee.Fort Hay, Corn, Mapes Fertilizers. I
a good motor .for irrigating.Mr. travelOrders by mail receive
his Jerome Twitchell of that Drum-Morgan Swain, Henry prompt :
son, place.
.
CITY POIXT, I ()RID.\. attention. -I 9-barn,
'
J. A. Durst has reached the Mr. Twitchell informed the Times that Holmes, J. T. Pd ett.
depth of about 600 feet with the artesian City Point-J. D. Hatter, T. R. Dixon -
he was much in love with the State of R. A. Hardee.
well. The flow is till salt and WE CALL THE ATTENTION
sulphurous.
his adoption, adding that by living in Merrill' Wand-J. II.. Sams, \\'. R. ,

The drill yesterday did not penetrate the Sunny South he had not seen snow Sanders, J. R. Carter. Of the people of Indian River to our stork\ of Go<*K

the flint-like substance, it now encounters for twenty Very of our Eau Gallie-B. J. Stewart, II. R. Olm- which we are offering at very clo>e margin.We .
years.
more than a foot and a half. many stead, J. T. Snell. make a specialty of
northern frh.'JHIwould, no doubt, like Georgiana-Allen Boothe Charlie )Ia-

-On account of the heavy rain on to say the same. gruder, Rufus Stewart.

Monday evening the Social Party, at a LaGrange-Thomas Johnson, .A. J. Groceries Grain Hay and Flour I

Wager's Hall, has been postponed by the Primary Meeting. Carter, Perry Day. ,
Fort Pierce-T. J. DeSteuben, J. S.
managers, )Iessr Walton and Durst, until TITUSVILLE, Sept. 26th, 1888. Bell, W. \V. La 'port. On which we will give special inducements. We carry a large stock of

next Monday evening, the first day of The Republican primary, to elect six Eden-Thomas E. Richards H. Le- GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, ETC.

October.Mr.. delegates to the county convention to beheld Tournau.
We advise that the primaries be held Which we are offering low figures. Those needing shoe will find it grratljtf
C. Webber informs us that it at Melbourne on Wednesday next,
in each precinct on Saturday, the 6th day their interest to give us a call as we are selling shoes very KJW.
Is a mis-take about his being promoted October 3rd, 1888, was: held at the Court- of October, 1888, or on an earlier date if We will be pleased to quote prices at any time.THE .

to the position of route agent for the house, Sept. 26th, at 2:30 p. m. preferred by the precinct. E. L. aa..A.DY d:3: BB.O.

Southern Express Co. At present he i ia The meeting was called to order by We cordially invite the citizens and es-

, only. acting in a higher position than express Mr. Geo. M. Robbins, of the Precinct pecially the ladies to attend the convention -
B. R. WILSON: ,Secretary. SIMPLEST IS THE BEST.
messenger:; but we hope he will receive Committee, who, in a short speech, reviewed -

the expected appointment.The the mistakes of the regular Demo- Arcaon Seed.s.JUo -

Cocoa Public Spirit corrects one cratic convention, and advised the primary received, in bulk, a fresh, new 4t '

ot our last week locals in which we by to select delegates who would act crop of garden seeds in cabbage, beans, '"
cucumber, faddish, tomatoes, squash,
with and discretion at Mel-
mistake stated Mr. Andrews was in Titus- prudence cauliflower, celery, and many other vari-

ville, etc. We found we were misinformed bourne. eties. Have contracted for 100 bushels f fi' -

after the STAR was out, so we gladly The following delegates were elected : of Early Rose, Snow Flake, and Red THE ,

state it was our mistake. There was an I. H. Gorey, W.H.Walstein, Thos. Warren Chili feeed potatoes. This is first-class I v
seed stock. Ready for delivery November ..
C. J. Howard David Moore Geo.
,
Andrews in Titusville that day howeverbut
15th, 1888. Engage what stock you
it was not "R. N." Andrews, and in M. Robbins.Mr. want now, as prices will be higher. TROYWIND

that way the names were confounded. ? Robbins then read extracts froma Prices on all seeds at Philadelphia retail

letter from Colonel the Re- quotations. 20-3m
Shipman,
-The counsel for the plaintiff and defendant -
in the Titus-Birnbaum covenantcase publican candidate for governor, showing Geo. B. Rumph. MILL

careful estimate the State
by
argued their pleadings before Justice upon a Bucklen's Arnica Salve.

Committee, an excellent prospect for the The best salve in the world for cuts
Atkinson on Tuesday afternoon, Messrs. '
las less and
Jones and Williams filed a demurer to success of our national and State ticket. bruises: sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fe"ersores pieces runs ,
easier than mill
The meeting then adjourned.CHAS. tetter chapped hands, chilblains, any
the declaration filed by G.1.. Robbins, made.
and all skin and
J. HOWARD, Secretary. corns eruptions' positively -
Esq., which was overruled by the court. cures piles, or no pay required.It 1 \

The argument was completed yesterday Senatorial Announcement.Editor is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction "itt

and the will for i or money refunded. Price 25 cents
morning, case come up
Florida Star: per box. For sale by all drug stores in ff-v
28th inst. The *
the
jury trial on Friday '
As there is a Convention called to Titusville, and on Indian River. ; kiw
examination of this case touches the V<" -'
question of i11e liquor selling in Titus I nominate a candidate for Senator, for HT'CXFL i .LB.

this District, by the Democratic party, Tanks
ville. A HANDSOME Mills Derricks
we desire before the primaries meet, to 1 Pumps J

-Fire was discovered in Froscher's suggest to the people of the District, the I WALNUT pARLOR SET ,

furniture store, on Washington avenue, ,, and fitting* oeshort
name of Adhemar Brady, as a man men- and Pipe Work put in complete and warranted. Pipe

last Saturday morning, by smoke issuingout tally, morally, socially and politically Consisting of 7 Pieces in Crim- notice. Pumps of all kinds furnished and r pal a reI

through the shingled roof. The fire qualified for the responsible position of For the next ninety days, where cash accompanies order, I will furnish

is though tp have originated from an son Brocade Plush. for $40, or well and force pump for $52.
Senator. Mr. Brady is not unknown to
oil stove which was used to heat a glue ALSO Call on or address JOHN MYEKS,
the people of Dade County,and has served -

pot. The fire started while Mr. Froscher the people of Brevard faithfully in an A FINE ROSEWOOD CENTRE TABLE, 12 Box 208, TITUSVILLE FLA
had for few minutes
stepped out a to -
important position. He is a true Dem- With Silk Plush top; latest design.ALL =-

purchase some nails at Oliver & Budge'sbart1ware ocrat, a good citizen, a friend of his race, AS GOOD AS NEW. BOBBINS & GRAHAM
store, leaving the glue-pot on ,
and country, and hence a friend of tem Address "Star Titusville Fla.
the oil stove during his absence of about ,
-te
perance and education. He is no dema- zztt. -
five minutes. As soon as the fire was

discovered everyone responded to the gogue proachable or trickster by such,in and accomplishing would be unap-any- TITUS HOUSE, REAL ESTATE BROKERS & LOAN AGENTS.

alarm, and in a few minutes the flames
thing that would not be honorable, and '
the arrivalof TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. .
were extinguished by prompt
for the general good. The nominationand
the bucket-men of the Fire
Department election of Mr. Brady would never PLEASANT LOCATION.
assisted the colored LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD.
ably by men.
be regretted, for he would be an honor to REASONABLE RATES.

The fire was discovered and extinguished our District. Such is our opinion in La- LARGE, COOL ROOMS Loans Negotiated on First Class Security at from 12 to 24 per cent
few minutes'
none too soon ; a delay
Grange precinct, who know Mr. Brady Special arrangements by the week or 100 \**
would have enabled the fire to overcome well. .month. 19 Choice lots in rapidly growing Towns, will net investors

the efforts of the firemen, and with the His FRIENDS. cent. in twelve months.

strong breeze blowing the entire block of MRS S. A. SINGLETON, ProprietressPROCLAMATION Residence lots in Titusville from 820 up to $1000. I"Nt

buildings to the residence of Mr. Sam.Ray'lS J. O. Fries has just finished the sur- Business lots from 8250 to $2,JVVe

would have been \"cyof the tram road from Oveido to Sol
undoubtedly, Lands.
fed to the destroying element. Mr.s ary's wharf, on Lake Jesup, and also a By the Mayor of the Town of TUunUle, Agents for Florida Southern Railway

Froscher lost considerable furniture by branch leading- to Lake Charm. Florida. More than 3,000,000 Acres of Choice Lands, located in ** lre\"ik:
all whom it and
To may concern to ,
burning and being scorched. Quite a NOTICE. the registered voters of the Town of county in the State, suitable for Farming, Grazing, Fruit and rge

number of people who were present from The firm of Dixon and Benson Drubs Titusville. Growing-Pine, Cypress and Cedar Timber, price 81 percre

down the river complimented the prompt gIsts. is this day dissolved by mutual Notice is hereby given that the annual upwards.P. .
consent. The senior partner John M. Election of the Officers of the Town of
and effective work done by our men. Dixon will continue the business, and Titusville, Florida, will be held on Monday O. Box 250 Titusville, Florida.A. .

Not one moment's time was lost and pay all debts and he alone is authorizedto the 22nd day of October. 1S8S BRAHA

every move was made with the precisionof collect money or accounts due said when the following officers will bc A. STEWART, GEO. M. BOBBINS, WALTER S. p'
firm
clock-work, and with a rapidity of elected: Clerk Circuit Court. Atty. at Law.
JOHX M. DIXON. One Mayor, one Marshal and Collector
movement that would do credit to any ROGER P. BENSON. of Taxes, one Clerk and Treasurer, one Ye

organized Fire Company. This fire was Dated this 18th day of Sept. 1SSS. Assessor of Taxes, and three Aldermen BREVARD ABSTRACT OF TITLE CO SPA

at about ten o'clock. A little earlier, L. J. II. Vinson, L. A. Brady, andS.
MULE FOR SALE.A II. Traflord are hereby appointed land In'
the same morning, the flue on one oMr. judges of said Election, and L. c. Oliver Complete Abstracts of Title- furnished, to all

Scrimgeour's buildings was caught First-class, Young Animal. Works clerk of said election. I ,'nrdotlnt]** Florida.
well in plough, cart or saddle. Accus- I
\ Witness hand and seal this 13th
on fire, but extinguished without any tomed to grove work. Price Ninety dof September.my 1888. Titles Examined and Perfected.

trouble. :Mr. Froscher estimates his ]loss Dollars. Address, I S. H. RAY I

at.about $200. II. "". ADAMS, Melbourne. Mayor pro. tern. I Box 25O, Titusville, Fla.


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