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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: October 4, 1888
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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. VOL. IX. k TITUSVILLE, FLA., THURSDAY, OCT. 4, 1888. NO. 24.I


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DEMOCRATIC SPEAKING.I collected the tariff duty trom the last propose to let them get there again. Re- The Ewan-Skarpc Letter. I Melbourne.:

Friday evening's train brought toQl1f purchaser, or consumer. When you en- publicans claim to have placed on their Editor of the Florida Star: Mr. Gibbs' house is: being Singled today -

town the Democratic nominee for tered a store and purchased a coat which ticket new men, but just back of this SIR-I would be greatly obliged to I '

Capt. Frank P. Fleming, ac- you now pay $10 for, you would then ticket you see the same old element. I you for space in your next issue, and to
eoopanied Gorernor by Mr. Caasius E. Merrill, get for $6, but as you come to the door have nothing personally to say againstMr. aid the explanation of Capt. W. H. D. W. McQuaisf is building a meat
Sharpe in regard to the Ewan letter, andas market. *
and.3- & BarrB, Esq., the latter a lead" of the store, a government official would Shipman, the Republican candidatefor I am now possessing the letter,I thinkit
jog young attorney of Jacksonville, and collect $4 dollars for tariff duty ; this is governor. Doubtless he is a good man only just that the same should be pub- The Ohio has gone with a party of

tbi formtl.the staff correspondent of the bout the same proportion as you pay -he may be a better man than lam, butI lished. As it became public property it young men to Jupiter and ]H>ssibly Lake

fina-Union who is accompanying now on such goods. You also pay high don't believe it. This reminds me of i i" only fair to Capt. Sharpe and his Worth.
friends that the letter should its
Opt. Fleming in his campaign work. protective tariff on home products as an anecdote of the two Jones boys who own motives by its publication explain, and the Messrs. Morrison and Hitchings have x

Outheir arrival here Friday evening it well as on imports. divided their sheep after their father's contents are as follows: returned from Rockledge where they

was deemed best, -on consultation withonr Protection favors an accumulation of death. Their names were Johnnie and "Crry POINT. FLA.. have several contracts of painting. They

citizens to visit Rockledge on the wealth. A few years ago a man worth Jimmie. The elder one was Johnnie and September 6th, 1888. will probably return to Rockledge two
Mr. E. L. White
atcioer Georgiana, the next morning, $1,000,000. was considered a very wealthy the younger one Jimmie, who had a favorite DEAR SIR-Your, letter of Aug. 15th, or three weeks.

and there address ,the people, and tojneet person: now it is nothing unusual to see pet-lamb he called Billie. Now 1886, is before me. Mr. Stewart's drug store is in running

the citizens of Titusville and vicinity them worth $100,000,000 I like to see Johnnie contrived, in dividing the sheepto In all our counties and county politicswe order, ready for business.! Everything

i at the Court House on Saturday eve- people prosper, but I say it is not a put all the lean and mean ones and contend have with.the same Some electioning of tricks Hon.J. to. in that line from sponges and salts to ice-

! jiing. This programme was carried out, healthy affair for a few individuals to acquire Billie in one fold and all the fat ones in W. Ewan has started enemy circulation to the cold soda water; no bottled soapsuds but

t and on the arrival of the steamer from such wealth at the expense of the the other, thinking Jimmie would pre- report alluded to. It has been many drawn from a fine fountain.

I.I .do1fn the river last Saturday eveningi people. fer that fold containing his pet-lamb he years since I was a colleague of )Ir. Lewis K. Smith informed has
we are
i with called him out to take his choice. Jim- Ewan in the Legislature! ; then he was in ,
House was packed peo- Another
Court form of wealth is
< secured by the house, and my duties in the Senate bought two lots on Front street, adjoining -
lIe anxious to hear what the next Governor trusts. Trusts are an aggravation of mie was sharp however and before occupying me at the same time the Mr. Hector's property and will build

had to say. wealth. They are forme by putting together choosing the fat sheep, he went up to House was in session, and gave very little a house and oyster market. He proposes
Gaulden introduced Capt. Billie and said "Billie know I love opportunity to notice the actions of
Cot D. L. ; vast wealth or sums of money in you to supply this:: vicinity with fish and -
his Titusville audience who you, and how oft we have played togetherI members or their condition. The Hon.J. oysters
Fleming to certain products and by this means control i W. Ewan was often alluded to by this coming winter.
expressing the pleasure it gave himto the market crush the small deal- am very fond of you, and hate to
aft out members of the House as being a bright The schooner Cygnus passed down the
meet the people on this occasion, expressed ers and keep up prices. These trusts part with you-but all the same Billie, and alert, and in fact, a rising young river a few days and Thursday last
himself in substance, as follows: have already been made in different prod- I think you have got into very bad com- man of promising representative ability, this ago
passed homeword
This is the with Mr reflecting credit upon Dade county. port bound with a
He regretted that due notice had not ucts the cotton pany. way : Ship-
bagging trust being one
His bridal board.
; colleague-the Hon. H. S. Wil party on Mr. Fred Houston -
been sent to this section of their com- of the man ; I think ht has got into bad com
important
ones. liams-spoke of him in the State Contention was the happy groom and the bride
ing,and supposed that the State Execu- One more word on the National ad- pany. I want to read you a few words as a man of marked ability every formerly Miss Livingston of Sebastian.

tire Committee had given due notice of ministration of government of to-day in from the Republican platform, it will not way, reflecting credit upon his constituents. Fred is ,
Has it was their duty to keep the differ- to that of few take much time, and I will start at the If I was in Dade I would supportMr. well-known and liked by all. We
comparison only a years ago, Ewan if the nominee, or for nomination hope his married life will be all he hopes
ent sections informed of the appoint- when the frauds of the beginning-it reads like this: The Re-
whisky ring extended and will give him my support in it to be.Cards.
ments.It I into the highest offices of the government publican party of Florida, proud of the 'our next Senatorial Convention, if he

is well for us to come together on ,even into the cabinet of the Pres- past, and hopeful of the future. That should come up as a candidate from were received: last week announ-

these occasions and discuss all those ident; the post office department was involved sounds fine-proud of their past record. Dade. Deeming. this endorsement sufficient cing the marriage of Addison Fee and

They certainly have much reason to be Miss Cloyde E.Smith,at BrecuyrusOiio.! ,
life which as
matters in political are necessary in corruption, and the secretaryof I
am, yours most truly and friendly to Addison is
of
the
to determine what is proper and best the navy was interested in contracts in hopeful of the future as they are proudof the cause of Ewan, one workers of this

for us to do. We do not always realizethe his department. Under Republican ad- the past. Had they made different (Sijrned.) WM. H. SHARPE. place, a visible refutation of the oft-told
the have P. S.-Do give Dougherty tale of the enervating effects of a sou them '
great importance of casting our ballots ministration our was worthless and pledges to people they might every possible
navy
yote, as he is in danger of being climate. Miss Smith
While each :secured: more support. We can't afford spent some
for
good government. powhere in comparison with that of other defeated.Ve want anti-monopoly votesin s
person has the abstract right to vote as nations. President Cleveland's adminis- to turn the State over to them while Congress. Greely is a hanker, and months here two years ago and we will

In pleases, it is only by party organization tration has done more towards buildingup "they are proud of the past." I will say while a man of pure morals, he is a close pleased to see her return to remain.

that we can elect those who will our navy than all the previous terms to you to vote the repubican ticket, if Greely man, and when he and I were on Mrs. Russell, of St. Lucie. whose ill.

the will of you think upon past merits we will be the Finance Committee of the Senate, ness was noted last week, died on Thurs
by of
anyon our government Presidents since the war, and four he tried hard to exempt them from State
the people.I years more of such work will show our benefited by that party in power, but if tax and! then tried to get_in a clause exempting day last we hear. Mrs. Russell was one
nominee of can see that I am for banks his the of the old settlers on the river. She leavesa
come before you as the navy to be equal to the best on the globe. anyone way sorry savings was only
Democrats, endorsed by the Democratic Nothing can be said against Cleveland.He his reason, and expect to :see: him mean one in the State. This straw shows married daughter in Georgia, and two
that State institution which way his work would go in mono- sons, James Russell of
Convention, and I am a represents was selected without opposition, a dering shortly to poly questions.Would Fort Capron, and
tire of that organized by witnessed in built for the wandering mind. D. Y. Russell, of Ki ilUmee. We have
always party spectacle not many years a be glad to write you. Give
that honored man Thos. Jefferson,. who fit tribute to his honesty, integrity and See that you are all registered, but my warmest friendship to J.Y.. Ewan, often listened to her reniimsceiiccson the

though but a'farmer, had iu his day done ability. that is not your whole duty, which endson and tell him his Dougherty letter was a river before and during the Seminolewar.
the 6th of November. No good one. How many men have you What
of
matter she
changes lived
these United to and
more than any man to save I would POW refer back to the dark that can write a better one? I doubt if see
&ite .from a despotic government, and days of reconstruction just after the late storms or necessary distance on that day, anyone opposed to him can work as what great changes have come to )pass in

though his tomb is only marked with war. While a great many extended to we cannot fail to discharge our duty and good a one. Hurrah for Ewan and the last three or four years! Four yean

the.plain inscription of the author of the us the aid so necessary in restoring a keep our State on the high road to prosperity Dougherty.-W. H. S." ago a person coming to Indian River was
The above is the contents of that letter
Declaration of Independence-even when desolated which 62 hours en route from Jacksonville to
country by war, was and I hope that every reader of your
the granite shaft had mouldered in the our situation at that time, such a pleas- Capt. Fleming closed his speech by valuable STAR will explain for himself Titusville. Two years ago the same par

dust; his name would never be erased ing picture was despoiled by some politi- complimenting the ladies and thanking the meaning of it ; and in justice to my : ty ate breakfast in Jacksonville and supper

from the memory of American people.For cal adventurers, who saw a chance by political them for their presence and by way of remark friend Capt. Sharpe, only I do make the in Cocoa. Three years ago the mails
the and added that they exert a greater in- same public, to show that the above let- carried in sail boats were irregular.Last .
enlightened Statesmanship rapacity strife to secure the ter was not written to the Hon. J. W. very
Democratic party is way ahead, and on 1 State as an easy prey to their selfish desires fluence over this country for good in Ewan, and is at itself no pledge of support week letters were received in 66

the great absorbing tariff question, which I and undaunted consciences; only lending their presence on .such an occa- and it was Mr. Ewan's intention to hours from Boston, but justice compelsus

the Republicans pronounce very abstruse was it by patient forbearance of the people sion and using their influence upon men call on Capt. Sharpe before the conven- to say that for some unknown, reasonit
than they ever could expect to do by tion, and ask his support and the sup- takes as long and often
for endorse that longer to
they don't want the people to a war of races was prevented be- of his friends, but owing to the fact get
at, the Democrats expect to score a victory tween the corrupt Republican politiciansand depositing their vote in the ballot box. that Mr. Ewan being quarantined,beingnot papers from Palatka Jacksonville than

this fall for reduction as placed in the negroes on one side and the home Capt. Fleming was followed by Mr. able to arrive in time, and for that from New York.

motional Merrill, who made a pleasing address, reason he failed. The steamer Kathleen has
platform and recommended by people on the other, until the matter been char-
the President. could be properly chanced at the ballot full of laughable tid-bitsand lots of good )Sharpeappearingly misunderstandsMr. tered to tow the piling! tor the wharf nf
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Ewan this day in
& & on late sayine the Melbourne & Atlantic
railroad
By looking back to a period extending box. Instead of the days of reconstruction common sense sayings. Mr. Merrill that the holder of a pledge should go first to Melbourne beach. The piles will be on at

from: 1868 to 1884 we find that the best that period should very properly be made many friends for himself and the the person who made it, and not to other the ground this week, and the timber,

Statesmen, and Presidents, in the Republican termed the period of destruction, for then estimable paper he represents, the Times- people." To this we respectfully will say planking, etc., are being gotten out rap-
party have recommended a reduction followed the high carnival of disgrace. Union while he was here. ,I that Mr. Ewan did not go to other people ; idly. and a large force will begin work ,
nor did Mr. Ewan send the letter to on the wharf next
J. M. Barrs, Esq., made the closing Monday morning.
of the tariff. They admitted practi- With high taxes and confiscation of prop- the convention, it being sent by the receiver Among the parties who have
ally that the high tariff was a record of erty the Republicans then collected a speech, and held the closest attention of of the letter. The same was Melbourne Beach are Mr. Henry purchasedat Whiting -

*ir, but failed to make the issue. The tax of 12J mills per annum. They collected his audience during his entire speech. brought there merely that.some delegatesfrom formerly master mechanic of the
His enunciation of the tariff question the southern end of the county Chicago, Burlington and
Democrats railroad
have taken this up as an issue from the people in four years of Quincy ;
shows that he is well posted on polical doubted such letter was in fact ever Chas. T. Clayton, Sup't. Eclipse Oil
hence the Republicans to make ansctive rule over $1,600,000, while the Democratic written by Capt. Sharpe, and for that Works, at Olean,N. Y.; R. W. Beaujean,
fight have to take up protection, party in their first term of four years economy and political questions! of the reason it was brought, and had not Mr. of Mayville, N. Y.; Mrs. Cummings and

and it is only recently that the Democratic collected $1,000,000, a saving of $600,000for day, and as a speaker he has the self con- Sharpe asked for that letter, I have no Miss Grace Cummings, of Englishville,
House of fidence and talent to lead him to the doubt it would not have been read be- Mich.; several families will
Representatives succeeded in the four years, $150,000 per annum. fore the convention. accompany
head of his these this fall and probably settle here.
passing the Mills bill. It is for the rea- The saving in the counties was larger in profession. Hoping this! explanation show the There is considerable inquiry for houses

"fc,that the Democrats are upholding proportion. The Republicans not only Capt. Fleming's speech was delivered I true intent and meaning that so-called and rooms for the winter, about all the

President Cleveland in his tariff views, collected these taxes to fill their pocketsbut with a severe hoarseness from a cold con- : Ewan-Sharpe letter, and your reader available ones are already secured.U. .
tracted the but his ideas and may judge himself from the contents of
\hat during day,
Republicans go back on their past they increased the debt of. the State the letter. IVOxoinr.

yews and recommend high protection $18,000. The taxes were not enough to arguraeuts were convincing enough, not- THOMAS J. DE STEDBEN.

for. American manufactures and institu- run the State so they, in addition, issued withstanding, this difficulty which seri- Obituary.

**&*. Protection is favorite word with $4,000,000 in bonds for their purposes, ously troubled him all the time he was I The Social Part]'. Last Friday morning, at 4 o'clock, the

Peat many, and twenty-five years ago and only a decision of the Supreme court i speaking. From here then speakers star- Editor of the Florida Star: soul of another good man winged its way

I Could have liked to have had a little that they were illegal saved the State ted for Sanford and other points on Monday SIR-As one of those who were presentat over the river to rest in the shade of the

Protection morning, well pleased with Titus- the social party, given by Messrs. trees. Benjamin C. Willard, one of our
m'self(1) but while protection from having to acknowledge these bonds. Walton and Durst, at Wager's Hall, on
mans the india Under Democratic administration taxa- ville and Indian River. best known merchants, was born in
guarding of interests of Monday, allow me to say how thoroughly
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'idll1 tariff means duty on some ble property has increased from $29,000- both myself and all present enjoyed it. I Hamilton Connty, Florida, thirtynineyears

rapor+..s, the amount of which will econo- 000 to $80,000,000, the State tax reduced Micco, FLA., Sept. 27th, 1S88. The entertainment a good one, andI ago, and died as stated after a long

: ugly run the government, and the from 12 mills to 4 mills; a State debt of Editor of the Florida Star : expecting hope the to good see work just will a few go present on. I went, but and wasting illness.

7; .mocratic party believes that all tax.ztion $320,000 has been paid off, and besides DEAR SIR-In your last i issue I notice was agreeably surprised to see such a The serene composure with which he

"f!: over such an amount is unjust, and this an insane asylum has been built at i my name on the Republican Precinct very large and appreciative audience. viewed life his wherein approaching end fitly illustrated .
; a no thought of malic
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wnrfully taken away from the people Chattahoochee; at St. Augustine a deaf, Committee for this precinct. These Those who took deserve part in the evening'sentertainment or act of selfishness had ever entered.
credit butI
money which should be their own. dumb and blind school has been estab- gentlemen do not seem to think it neces- must say that the gentleman great near; the Unobstrusive and loving and gentle in

"Q the other hand let us see who is lished, and public schools are constantly sary to consult the parties whose name bean-bags, who was so noisy while songs his daily walk, Ben \Villard'8 word was

,' Fleeted. I fail to realize] anyone. being increased. they use. Had they done so in my case were being sung for the amusement of all as smallest a sealed bond, and his statement the
matter had all the force of an
r tttinly the duty which is paid by the Under Republican administration an they would have learned that I have a present discretion, should have and used just a little oath. Guileless and generous, his heartwas
more allowed others to :
.. llI1porter j has to be paid by the last pur- honest official was the exception. In- decided objection to being advertised as listen to the songs if he did not feel' always"in his sleeve." and his kindly

jpr in the increased high price. stances can be recited where Democratic a Republican partizan. Although not a disposed to do so. I hope he will take eye ever pitied; distress. Dutiful and
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tariff rests summoned to attend rabid de- the hint and remember it is tender as a husband, affectionate as a
on everything almost representatives were I I politician, my sympathies are very vulgarto kinsman and
constant unfailing as a
.: "I necessity of life Jacksonville to them j cidedly Democratic and I ask friend Robbins talk and laugh loudly when a lady or
and the result of court at keep away i is entertain friend, and valuable for his: energy and
1a gentleman trying to the
. 1a the pOlicy is that there is a vast surPlus from the Capital, at Tallahassee, while.I not to forget this next: time he audience.' The managers should have enterprise as a citizen, the good old

Treasury. It is only by forcing the the unlawful seatingof Republican repre- drafts his committees. stopped it. With the exception of this County of Brevard has lost an examplein

.SlIlrcl1a.se of bonds that the government sentatives was taking placeto be discharged -t I see he has taken the same liberty want of courtesy to the singers, everything virtue, and a pillar in business. '
been "Drop now thy tears as fallen rain,
able to their duties without with several other Democrats. passed off to the entire satisfaction
keep the surplus down from court accomplishing I Here died a man not matched at "
once.
tl30OOOOOO. of all, and I hope it will not be long be-
.the Supposing, to illustrate anything. The people turned I I' Yours very truly, fore such another pleasant party will be FRIEND.
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I t Protection theory, the government them out of power in 1876, and don't W.J. NESBITT. gotten up. Yours, etc., BE.\ -BAG. October 3rd, 1888.





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LETHE.to Success of the Artist. i the king fs to pass along a particularroute V/ORK FOR IDLE GIRLS. I compelled"to: post" persons to:1Ct as ea. !:

The commonest error into which a I notice is sent beforehand to the au- I tries and keep watch and ward over the

thorities and What Might be Done by tho Panghters culinary establishments, it
thedways are actually having been
1 lite a rater spirit in her car, critic can fall is the remark we so often

Even as Undine or the Lorelei hear that such and such an artist's workis removed till his majesty. has gone by, in of Prosperous Parents. i ascertained from painful experience that

We float la a dim river you and I, "careless" and "would be better had order that no subject may stand upon A class of young women generally considered II these feline creatures have a keen taste

Seeing but faintly sun or moon or star; labor been it." As the bridge while the sovereign is passing to be in a most enviable position, for the good things of thu life. Meat
And vre shall never pierce its wind vexed bar more spent upon is fish and variety of other
As beneath.-Once a Week.Refitting and whose discontent, where it exists, toothsome ed
this is
untrue.
Into the open glory of the sky. often as not wholly ibles have been
be without have in purloined
considered to
But tho' so near shall never be more nigh soon as the spectator can see that "more excuse repeatedly,and

Till past all wondering where or what we are. labor has been spent upon it"* he may be { Old Shirts.A fact fair cause to be discontented. These for once in a way there has been the fullest

that incomplete gentleman's outfitter in London advertises are the idle girls of good society; the evidence that the blame may fairly
is
For this stream is called Lethe, and when we sure that the picture to extent be laid on "tho cat"Paris
Break from the crystal bondage of our shell and unfinished, while the look to fit old shirts with new fronts, :young women who, after having been I Letter.

Whose babble strength and beauty's miracle of freshness that is inseparable from a collars and wristbands. This is not so well educated and taught to think for .

Save for our frailty cow ,....' il.J set us free really successful picture would Of neces- economical as it sounds, for it implies themselves-after having had their eyes Many n man can show resignation in a

The Part and Future ere Oblivion's free spelL sity be absent. If the high finish of a that the shirt is of linen, not of the ten open to see a certain degree of the truth great bereavement whose daily life is in
from Life unquiet
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For loosing u
Moreley Roberta in English Illustrated Maga picture is so apparent as immediately to der and fragile cotton by which the col- about social relations and the exigenciesof large part devoted to grumbling over the

force itself upon the spectator he may lar, cuffs and front of the American human existences-are condemned to little ills of life.-Christian Inquirer.

zineSec(13 know that it is not as it should bo; and shirt are most often helManlaces togAt.tlt comparative inaction by the assumptionon __ ____u_
of Various Weeds. A HINDOO CRITICISM.
the of their that the
part parents
from the moment that the artist feels his
Recent investigation: made by collect- thing for them to do next is to en-
work is becoming a labor he depend ; of First Cousins. proper
may
An Educated
East Indian
<< Give
ing a large number of seed vessels of joy life, and that they are fortunate in Ills lewI
upon it it will be without freshness and But let us go a step further. Immediately I pressions of tho }DU.h.

various species of weeds counting the to that extent without the merit of a after the Noachian deluge the marriages not being obliged to do any manner of An educated Hindoo who
contained seeds and then averaging the involved in i u writing a
work except that which is
work of art.ork should the remotest
true always of first cousins formed series of his first impressions of
the most surprising England
results brings look as though it had been done with degree of kindred available for such intercourse this apparently enviable vocation. in Tho Indian
Spectator
The of the sandbur discontented eulogizes the
yield be
have fair
figures. average These girls cause to -
ease however elaborate; what we see even if the respective distancessee comfort of English homes laments
seeds of the ground cherry I tcoStliness
is has
2.800 because in truth there
; ,
should appear to have been done without ( Genesis, ch. 10) and insuperable difficulties of fruit
English
of the horse nettle, 1,200 of the and declares
; world for
6.000
; yet been no place made in tho
be beneath locomotion
effort whatever the agonies of communication and
may that John Bull lins
cocklebur. 2.000 while the hull of the too many things to
; girls of their class. It is perfectly tote
the surface. M. Meissonier between the members of the
surpasses only remaining attend to to look after
Santa Fe nettle furnishes 20,000 seeds cooking. "In
; that who are in cir-
parents prosperous
all his predecessors, as well as all family, scattered throughout the fruits he excels In
the weed 100,000 the foxtail, everybody. 8W"eeuhe
jimson ; cumstances, and able to provide for their
his contemporaries, in the quality of high recently submerged world, did not necessarily is not inferior to tin Frenchman,
the meadow 150- and
14,000; pungent grass I daughters without help of theirs,
finish, but what you see is evidently done involve resort to the natural law any always inferior to the Indians."
000 the tumble weed 150,000: and the their
; have the right to ask of them that,
and without labor.I of the first and but
easily family were one remove o He continues: John Bull loves to be
weed goosefoot sprinklesan exclusive.
common pig or school education finished their mental ,
,
remember to from'the law of nature.It .
Thackeray saying me, primitive Every man for himself U his
of 200,000 seeds to the plant
average well trained and their especial I
each These numbers represent concerning a certain chapter in one of was not until the lapse of many gen powers motto. Let me alone is his ideal of lOcii -

season. his books that the critics agreed in accusing erations after the traditional history of abilities developed to the point of being i ety. You might travel for hours in the
and of course, much exceeded
averages are. able to give and receive pleasure throughart
of carelessness, "Careless? If I've the flood that Moses issued his Levitical I same compartment of a train \\ .
individuals of the various exchanging
by or music, or what not, they should
written that chapter once I've written it decrees to restrain the licentiousness that I half a dozen words with
named.-Boston Budget. your
species a dozen times-and each time worse than was creating confusion in that social organization now adorn and enliven_ their parents'home companions. I should not l
the last!" that labor did not which had ; and it seems to be an ungracious
-a proof as- supplanted primitive they wanted a heaven to them elves.
Strange Things Brought Up.: not to ungrateful, thing for such girls >
sist in his case. When an artist fails it simplicity. Such prohibitions are not say Perhaps Swedenborg was right Even
Some strange things were brought up to ask for a career, to require to be taughta
is not so much from carelessness-to do confined to cases of consanguinity, their flirts, male and female, have air
from the earth while drilling wells near profession, or to be put at once in tho an
his best is not only profitable to him, buta though the prohibited intercourse undoubtedly of cold solemnity about them which

Albany, Ga. White pine logs were joy. But it is not given to every man includes "any that are near of way of some wage earning occupation.And makes blood run cold in reins.

brought up from a depth of 700 feet. yet girls of this class, earnest, i your your
-not, indeed, to any-to succeed whenever kin, which may well embrace first Their amusements savor of basi-
Mr. Merritt at a depth of twentysevenfeet thoughtful girls, the girls to delight very
and however he tries. The best cousins. The catalogue extends to degrees very I ness. Most of them have a cynic disgust
dug through a mass of seven feet that lived of a father's eyes and to be the comfort of a -
painter ever never entirely succeeded affinity.The of life
are always morose and
of petrified bones. They were thigh mother's heart, will persist in just these ,
more than four or five times; that vulgar error that both mental and though burning with a desire to
bones, ribs, finger bones, teeth, and unreasonable demands. They know, obligeyou
is is the i
to say, no artist ever painted more than physical deterioration of progeny quite capable of making turn
you
with these remains of some forgottenrace theoretically, the uncertainties of life and I
four five however result of alliances
or masterpieces, high consanguineous though in disgust at their coldness. Then
immense bones of animals now ex- of fortune; they know, theoretically, of I away
his have been for since the scientific
general average may long exploded by portion there so much stoutness and solidity
tinct. A Mr.\ Bowles, in digging out fora course, the need of the world for honest !]
such the coincidence of the medical from
success depends on profession, arose their character. What they do they do
mill foundation, camo the shoreof workers, and its small need of mere butterfly
upon not of and but of from conclusion to
only genius inspiration, arguing a foregone with a will. If they eat, they eat like
an ancient ocean. This sand showedthe health and mood and hundred other existences; they know, still the-
a 'I the premises, instead of from the premises giants if they drink they drink like
ripples from the waves, and wa: mysterious contingencies.-Sir John to their legitimate conclusion. If it oretically, the bitter woes of a large classof ; into bat
water if
giants, turning brandy ,
covered with'marine remains, shells, human beings, and the urgent necessity -
Everett Millias in Magazine of Art. were otherwise, the race must have deteriorated they work, they also work like giants.No .
":'- sharks' teeth and bones of deep sea mon from the that the world should stir itself up to
very beginning; half heartedness irresolution
no no
fters.-Chicago Herald.The The Great Lick Telescope.A whereas, on the contrary, it is well find a remedy. Why, then, should theybe want of earnestness about them. If you f
f
very important event for the little known that by the law of nature the idle, or merely occupied in those social see them walking in the streets of Loo- I

Roads About Buenos Ayr**. city of San Jose, Cal., is the completionof purity f a stock is maintained by breeding duties which seem so trival, and don you would think the world had come f

In dry weather they are inches deep in in d in obtain certain which are often more laborious than the
the Lick observatory. This is the result although to to an end. Yet they are only going to

dust, and when heavy rain comes on, of the generosity and the appreciation foreign characteristics it sometimes de- work they fain would undertake the parks.

they are a deep sea of liquid mud. Until of the benefits of science of James sirable to cross it with another. No The girls are right, and yet their Everybody has a hobby. The nation is

one ha seen the extraordinary way in Lick, one of the pioneers of California, doubt any specific acquired disease in a parents are not wrong. Fathers and so full of eccentricities. They hold their

which these earth roads convert them who died in 1876 at an advanced age. family would be intensified by the.intermarriage mothers have a claim upon their daugh- own; tell a lie and stick to it, is their

selves into absolute bogs, ono cannot fully of its members but there is ters for the gentle services which only
He went to California in 1847 with a no motto; and then they love oprosi on. It

:*)predate how realistic is the story of small capital, and by investing it wiselysoon record of any physical or mental infirmity they can give. They have a right to ask is a crime to be poor. The goddess jot

the man who, picking his way along one in the of mankind resulting them to beautify their home, to be a cen-
became, by the growth of San Francisco early ages wealth has more votaries than any
of these mudways. saw a hat apparently from alliances. The ter of attraction to their friends, to keep
and the development of the state, a consanguineous church. To call one a beggar fa the
the wheels of social life in motion to
floating the surface. ,
on Levitical directed
Manifold millionaire. In 1873, at the prohibitions were insult Short accounts nuke
He kicked it with his foot, and was the social and moral evil give to their parents the exquisite pleasure greatest
age of 77, Mr. Lick conceived idea of against a prevalent long friends, so goes the English proverb,
surprised to hear a gruff voice from underneath of making much of them, and show
the of the domestic hearth
and sapping purity
erecting an observatory placing not like the Indian proverb, friendJ'counts ac
"
say, 'Leave my hat alone! therein the finest, as well as the largest, rather than a physiological one, affectingthe ering gifts and pleasures upon them, and are settled in heart Nobody

"Who are you?" telescope in the world. For this purpose sanitary condition of the world.- yet the daughters, too, have rights other tolerates being under obligationsto

"Who am I? Why, I'm the conductor than those of maintenance and of in- money
in New York Sun.
lie donated $700,000. After yearsof Hugh Weightman another if he can help it. Your money
the of omnibus."Zephyrs. ." dulgence which their are boundto
on top an parents
work and detail the
preliminary termsof is the test of your merit. In India poor

the rift have been completed and Ladles at the Dentist's. respect.
men could live andevenbecomparativelycomfortable.
have the ask that having
They right to -
Santa Clara county, Cal., is the locationof According to experiments of most In England it is not ea Its
A Definition of Gluttony. been trained to think and having
the finest instrument ever made. The dentists, ladies are by far the bravest and the law of the survival of the fittest;
the in Wileon's been given the materials for most solemn
"Gluttony, says Shepherd" great telescope: is seventy-five feet long most considerate patients. While not in the which i and the fittest is he who commands most

"Noctes Ambrosianas, "may be and has a thirty-six inch refractor. Asa able to bear as much physical pain as thought knowledge comes money. There is a feverish competition
defined immoral and unintellectual from history from literature and from
as an ,
fitting climax to this magnificent be- mankind generally they make in and to be of independent
up everywhere, a man
and social shall be
abandonment of the o' his political science
sow man to they
quest, it may be stated that the body of force of will power and self controlondthus means is everybody's ambition. This
gustativo nature. I defy a brute animalto allowed to carry thought into action.
James Lick is deposited in the pier endure the trying ordeal without material
upon lies at the root of all that progress
be a glutton A swine's no a glut Though duty forbids them to ask for a
which the iron framework of the
great fainting or hysteria. They may suffer a which one everywhere finds fa
ton. Nae creatur but man can be a glut career which would sequester them from
telescope stands. Although known to shriek of pain to escape them, but they England. But unlike our people, whose
ton. All the rest arc prevented by the their home ministry, they have a rightto
the world cold self contained and
as a bravely hold their ground until the toothis 4 cents or massive buildings or curious -
"
per
definition. Not much fault be that larger horizon that broader field
can ,
erratic Mr.\ Lick has
exceedingly man, extracted. A young lady entered a jewels are often tho only evidence of
found with this definition of gluttony, of activity which their training has madeto
left of his broad
a monument liberality dentist's establishment accompanied by their wealth, they know bow to make
except in one rather important particularthat them a necessity, and failing which.
: which is not exceeded the
by anything on her mother. She was suffering with a good of their
food is not their mental and moral but use money.
the craving for not always merely ,
face of the earth.-Detroit Free Press. severe toothache. She was desirous of Every Englishman and Englishwoman
prompted by the desire to indulge thepaln.te even their physical natures must
attending a party in the evening, how- livelihood to do
if
but is caused what is dwindle. works not to earn a
by virtuallya Diphtheria from Pet Cats. ever, and wanted some relief. An good to others. The climate fatal to
disease.-New Orleans Picayune.Light Such girls as these should be intro-
In a recent issue of The London Sanitary examination of the tooth provedthe duced their Into an idle man. A Frenchman considers to
by
Record I read a startling account of impossibility of saving it, and its extraction parents philanthropicwork. show capacity is the end of speech In debate
In the Dark Continent.In The crying want of the times is
the manner in which a pet cat unquestionably was suggested. ."Very well," ; an Englishman considers the end of
the of for unpaid workers who trained
tracing gradual opening are
up
communicated from submissively replied the lady. The I shin
diphtheria advance *
young speech in debate is to
the African continent, during the last thinkers, in all branches of work for
one family to another with sad and fatal head was thrown back, the pretty lips They require everybody to be true to his
hundred Dr. Supan finds that the others. Not only for personal service
years,
results. A little boy was taken ill with were parted, the forceps were inserted.A engagements, and I often missed many
of among the the need
pioneer not for
days exploration are yet poor-though
what ultimately turned out to be fatal shrill scream pierced the air, but in one by being only a minute too late. For
over. A few patches of the surface have that is enough to occupy the energies of
diphtheria. On the first day of the.sick. another instant the lady was work nothing
young a punctual man a man of ,
been with of others all the idle in cities-but ,
surveyed some care; girls our large
when the little fellow taken smiling through her tears, and the dentist
ness, was is too good and there is DOt a publicmaa
have and in fcr the of social
we a general knowledge, study problems; for the
with nausea, the cat licked the vomit on triumphantly held the emaciated tooth who is not a man of work. A good
others lines of travel have been collection of statistics for
run the floor. In a few days, the little boy before her. Her toothache was gone and ; writing newspaper speaker is not always looked upon as the
but there still articles
through articles
tracts
are great regionsas having died, the cat was noticed to be she could attend the party in the evening."A magazine best man in a ministry; a ministerj *
in parts of the long traveled Sahara and books on special subjects. There is
ill, and her suffering being so severe, andso man would have carried that tooth does not work is soon elbowed out Tbdr
even-that are an absolute blank to civ- need of of leisure and of intelligence
similar to those of the dead boy, the around with him for a week," said the a women Gladstones, Hartingtons, Oiarcbg+ Psr-
ilized man.-Arkansaw Traveler. and to boards
owner had the animal killed. During its dentist, "before he would have mustered activity serve upon ; nells, Bradlaughsare working themwrefto
to visit and andalmshouses
illness the cat had been let out into the up courage enough to have it out, and prisons jails, death in their respective causes otherwise -
Grumbling and Criticism. and insane and since abusesare
barnyard of nights, as usual. A few he would have suffered the tortures of asylums, they would be nowhere. Besesb
:Many men and lose all the the result of indolence
women by no
days later the cat of a neighbor, also let : the damned before he would submit to means always nothing by fits and starts, Is the
sweetness of life to of power
by giving way a or depravity, but mostly of
out at night, was noticed to be ill. The the almost instantaneous operation of rule. Nobody hates show and bumou.
spirit of grumbling and criticism. Thereare to into their
ignorance study nature, and
second animal which, however, recovered extraction. That's the difference be- more than they, and the best dressed mss
thousands surrounded with to learn what
many was the pet and playmate of four tween the sexes."Chicago Herald. by means a remedy may is he whose dress excites no DOtk:&
good constantly by words and acts ask- be found.
little who at its illness baneful effect*
girls, grieved talk of the
Englishmen
ing "Is life worth ? It is One
: living an unprofitable great cause of those difficultieswith
nursed it with great care. All four of The Need of Arm Exercise. of caste in India as if they bad noneto 0
spirit to cultivate and the which is
society now grappling the
the
grumbler in the marble palace is not so the little girls were seized with diphtheriaand Walking on an even surface, the only labor problem and the problem of England, though it may not be is

died, and their mother is satisfied variety of physical exercise which most pau- same sense. A man IS a 6trdrsa
poor
much a man or woman as the contentedand perism, is that while physical science has
rahmIn;
happy one in the humblest cottage.Detroit that they got it from the cat. It is easy business and professional men get in been making rapid economic rich man a lord, a peer, a '

Free Press. to imagine how a cat can catch diphtheriaor town, is well known to be a poor substitute science has been almost progress at a, standstill.The but the English Sudra can, like SJ \

other infectious diseases, when it is for arm exertion. The reason is par mitra of Hindoo mythology, w a***- :
of economics has
The Indian Girl's Explanation. remembered how often milk or other unused tially plain, since walking is almost automatic come study the imperative of at last edu-be- min, not by austerities like the royw

food from the sick room is given to and irnk luntary. The walking duty every but the austerities in the accom*
One of the Indian girls, when about to cated man and woman. These womenof sage nri
*
leave for her western home, stood silently the cat or by some people thrown into mechanism is set in motion as we would leisure, these idle girls with their lation of wealth. An Englishman";

apart, while her more loquacious friend the back yard for the cats of the neigh turn an boor glass, and requires little attention trained mental powers, owe it to their i pardons his superiors for any fa'"bimJelf

borhood.-Dr. Frank J. Lutz in Globe- much less volition and does he ;
separate toward him par
nor
,
off'
rattled all sorts of parting messages, generation and to the world to do all W.iA ;

then, with tears in her eyes, she turnedto Democrat discharges of force from the brain surface that in tbem lies to advance, by study for any toward those below cuj*lei rl

the beside her and said with each muscular contraction, as India have yet to learn the
one softly, A Point of Honor. and by experiment, the present'state of and ooe
is the case with a great variety of arm stubbornness and resoluteness
*
thinks of her friends the
-- on outside In Burmah people of superior rank social and economic science.- Frank ball the rbe''I
I have them all in heart." And movements.The Leslie's. might willingly sacrifice 4
; my of thai
must dishonor
not themselves
she had.-Hampton (Va.) School Record.A underneath by passing arm user is a higher animal than oric of the country for a tenth! atzarJt)1 :

persons of inferior rank; the leg user. Arm motions are more Wild Kittens of Paris. spirit of self help which is so do :

[ thus a nobleman must not pass through associated with mental action than There
nearly noticeable in England.
Tho inhabitants
Wall Street Career. of the in which
I quarter this sly '
a passage when a servant is occupied in Perhap E
leg movements. A man's lower limbs all that attempt.
they
the institute
The average length of a Wall street a chamber above. In Indoo-China this is situated have for some fa the r r :

career is said to be ten years. In that opinion is most held. If it merely carry his higher centers to his time past hit upon a curious expedientfor tern of mutual dependence : tamUT' II '
extensively "Joint
food or work. The latter must be exe- getting rid of their bane of our society.
time the vital
means or energies of most superfluous kit- msr- .r:
not man
were
so strongly prevalent two a
cuted with his arms and hands.A their motto as soon as
When not ;
in tens. night throws :,
men are consumed the furnaces oftpeculation. storied houses would be far more her canopyover i and kul
com lodgmgs
third in which exercise
The number cf those who way arm time scene-the language marches ries he hires separate
mon. When is heard .wren. ,:
a case being on an Hindoo
benefits the organism is the The
hold out twenty years is few, and fewer upper floor and a woman has to be examined through somewhat loftily-they emerge from separate house.struggles.-PalI JIaI1 Ga- I

still the number who can bear the excite- the whole court will.adjourn to nervous system. Whether this is due to their abodes with baskets, in which the Englishman .L,

an increased supply of richer purer !, little creatures have been zette. .
ment for a longer period.-Chicago Her- deposited, wend .:
the
below
room rather than bring a female b "
blood whether the continual
or dischargeo their the
to Palais tbepoor
ald. way Mazarin, and relieve
above the heads of who The used to .
persons money
motor impulses in some way stores up when is over t-.
no ono looking, turn them loosein to
amount
Must'U. Rescued Grammatically. may chance to be on the ground floor.A another variety of force, we do not know. the courtyard. The London is said to

He was rescuing her from the billowy Buddhist priest-as superior in rank One thing is certain, the victim of neu- this maneuver is that at the consequence of 000,000 a year. :
present moment
waves, but it looked as if they might to a layman-even on a friendly visit, rasthena is very seldom an individual the attics and cellars of the Temple windon of thO JCGL :

will decline to enter a two storied build who his for muscular The eyes are the
never see ;Boston again. daily uses arms of Literature, Science and Art aroMartha's eUJp&1-- I
are overrun tenements '
"Hold on tight, Penelope" he gasped, tersected ing. The populous capital of Siam is in- work; with this, the limit of hurtful with a whole colony cats in a wild Alas I too many Herat

"hold on tight." by numerous canals, which are mental work is seldom reached.-Walter state, and such alarming dimensions has Vineyard

"Don't hold the crossed by many bridges; but these B. Platt }L D. in Popular Science ;
say on tight., gurgled the nuisance attained that the acade- is taking the Pwalnut ; I

I girl, with Ver xnouth full of Atlantic bridges are so constructed that the roadways !Monthly. micians and the employes who are locatedin I Puget sound fir malicy tor

-." in the center can Jbe removed. If ash and
hold -tistitlv.
. ocean: "SOT on the adjoining buildings have been
work.
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HAY ANA OIG )UnIlS: THE FIFTIETH: CONGRESS. TERRIBLE DEVASTATION.THE HATFIELD AND V'CQYS. j thereof, A. D. 1888, within the legal hoursof

sale, the following property of the
Proceedings! of Sloth Houses For the The Latter Goes Gunning for the Former above-named defendants, to-wit :

TWENTY THOUSAND L* BORERS I Two Hundred and Fcnrth Day. and Get "Worsted.CATLETTSBrRO Commencing 394 feet south of and 50
OVER ENTIRE ISLAND OF CUBA SWEPTBY
OUT ON A STRIKE. In the senate Mr. Spooner offered a resolution Ky., Sept 18.-A deplorable feet west of the n. e. corner of the n. e.

NOW directing an inquiry into the circum- A CYCLONE. state of atlairs exists on Ti< river whose 1of the n. w. 1of section 33, township

I stances attending the recent murder of waters divide the Hatfield-McCoy eettlemtnts. 24 south, range "G east. Go west 170 feet a

A plapate About One Man's Wades the Joseph Hoffman, a senate witness in Washington Many Cities and Valuable 1'laiitatiom Laid Business is completely paralyzed, thence south 137 feet, thence east 170 feet,

of tbe Trouble-The Ciffarmkera county Texas. Debate continued and will to until the trouble is adjusted.Men thence north 137 feet to point of begin
Cape i until Waste-Over One Thousand Lives Re-
adjournment at 6:05 p. m. who we not in any way engaged in tbe ning.
gpjoDf of ThU Country Asked fur Contributions In the house the debate on the senate ported Lost-Many Vessels Go Down. feud are afraid to venture out of their own Also commencing 78S feet south of and

to Help the 8trlk..n.NI1F amendment in regard to irrigating the arid I neighborhood for fear of shot from
being
The Damage Counted by Millions. fifty feet west of n. e. corner of n. e. \ of

YOu. Sept. 2L-The long lockoutin land was resumed, and it was finally agreedto NEW YORK, Sept 18.-A letter to; the ambu-b. n. 'v. f:J of section 33, in township 24 south, .
; the amount being reduced from f2.W,000 I There was another invasion by the West
HaTana by which 20,000 people have Sun from Havana under date of September range 3G ea t. Go west 170 leet, thence
idle for weeks has so far reduced to$100,000. A bill was passed providing for Virginians on last Friday, and as usual they south 137 feet, thence east 170 feet, thence
been kept appointments to the marine hospital service 8, gives the following particul&p of the gut worsted. The following account has
that north 137 feet to ofbeginning.Also .
of the men a committee i place
the rwoarce* after competitive examinations. Unsuccessful recent cyclone which swept over Cuba: been received by Caot :M. B. Goble the timber
all the following tractsof
been sent to the United States to appeal attempts were made The most terrific and destructive storm parcels or
baa to get up the Okla- king:
to the cigarmakers here for money with homa bill, no quorum being present At 5 that has visited the island of Cuba within '-COLEMAN. Kv.. Sept 17, 18S& land,of situate Brevard, lYing and, .and State being of Florida incite,

jhichtobuyfood. p. In. the house adjourned.Two the memory of her oldest inhabitants, "M. B. Goble. Catletub r K>-.: county
and described as follows, viz.: A portionof
jlondav night a mass meeting WM held ingiy Hundred aud Fifth Day. passed through this city September 4, and "The M.Vy VIIIMU mate a raid yesterdayand lot ((3)) three of section ((3)) three, and a
attempted to arrest of innocent
awaken the of the one our
West to sympathy: In the senate Mr. Platt offered a resolu- swept onwards on its wild course, causing portion of the north-east quarter of the
citizens Richard
there and circular have been I Casey, a person who never
jtearmaken the various unions of cizar makers iu tion directing an inquiry into tbe coffeetrust general consternation and ruin. The losses I had anything to do with the trouble. They south-east quarter of section four ((4)), all '

eat to asking for contributions. A which went over, after dL>cu->ion. foot up millions, and tbe number of deadis were towped before they succeeded. Their in township twenty-five ((2'>), south of
tbs country The Chinese exclusion bill was taken aud estimated at thouiind. thirty-six ((3i) cast according to
of Cuban cigarmakew will be hold up over one presence and action so enraged our neighborhood range ,
peeling to consider the subject. debated until 2i) p. m. The cyclone entered' the island by way of that nearly every man on this creek United States survey, and being commonly

la The this lockout city was originated in a dispute I In the house a joint resolution was passed Sagua, and, taking a westerly direction, witha (Peter) took hid gun and went in pursuit known as the Ryder land, in Bockledge,

one workman and his employer. In extending, until October 1, tbe existing ap slight northerly inclination, its center They carat upon the West Virginia boys at aforesaid! upon a jnirticn of which is situ-
between propriations. The bill to amend the the Hotel and several other
interstate
ate Tropical
Pawpaw mountain where battle
each of the Havana factories there is one passed almost over Havana. For fifteen a lively
who makes the very best and highest commerce law was considered and took place. In tbe melee, two of the West buildings and improvements, and is particularly
jutn passed. Also a bill Riving states the hours it raged with desperate fury and described follows to-wit The
Because of his superior skill juris- Virginians were killed and two more badly i as :
cigars. .
priced independent and almost lordlv diction over the traffic within state lines of wreaked fearful havoc on life and property wounded. None of the Kentucky boys were north-east comer of said land is located ata
an
bi occupies, works when he chooses, and no roads chartered by the United States. The throughout the island. It demolished the I. hurt. Our country is in a terrible tate of point on the west banked Indian River

position are asked so long as the quality of Oklahoma bill was called up, but no actionwas principal buildings of the large cities and excitement just now. The West Virginia ((530) five hundred and thirty feet south of

til qneitions work U up to the standard.For taken until 5 p. m., when the house ad wiped out whole towns situated near the I boys say they will have revenge in soun way. the quarter section line produce dividing

compensation he has received usually journed. seaboard. The water flooded large districta I The Kontuckians are ready for them at any lot two ((2)) from lot three ((3) of said section

from $70 to $80 a thousand cigars. The Two Hundred and Sixth Day. of fertile land richly planted with sugar, tobacco dime. It does seem like our governoi could three ((3)) which is also the quarter section

bars are, of course, sold at so high prices In the senate a bill was introduced to fruit an d vegetable, destroying the do something to stop this bloods hAt I. line dividing the south-eiist quarter of the

tint the demand for them is limited but abolish water rents in the District. Yester-I valuable machinery of the plantations and "A. W. CAMPBELL. north-cast quarter from -{: :"

there ii nevertheless a coil for them that en- day's discussion on trusts was resumed. On irretrievably ruining the crops. This is authentic Just!! what will t*> the quarter of the south-east quarter of said

shies these workingmen to live in ease and the motion to recommit the Chinese exclu Going out to sea the storm imparted its outcome of the feud no one can tell. section four ((4)), thence from such

elegance. sion bill the vote was-years 16, nays 17- fury to the ocean, which rose to a great During the post month the West Virgin- point on Indian River, go west across said

About the 1st of August a manufacturer not a quorum. By unanimous consent it height and inundated tbe water fronts, ians have raided the Kentuckians twice and lot three ((3): ), and across said north-east

received an order for 2.00Uof these cigars, was agreed to take another vote on Monday breaking down the wharves and accasioninggreat have lost five men killed outright, while quarter of the south-east quarter to the line

but at a price which would enable him, be next A tariff debate followed, and at 5:15p. losses to shipping and commerce. The the old commonw. -ilta snows an unbroken dividing the said north-east quarter of the '

Kid to pay but $C5 a thousand for making. m. the senate adj/>urn 'i water overcame all obstacles and made its front A total annihilation of one or the south-east quarter from the north-west

fie took the order to his workman, but the In the house an act to suppress infectious way into the storage and manufacturinghouses other of the factions would seem to be the quarter of the south-east quarter of said

workman refused to touch it. At this the diseases was passed with an appropriation of near the coast Some buildings gave only thing that will restore peace. Now, as section four ((4), thence south along said

manufacturer discharged the workman and 2)0,000. The private calendar was then way under the great pressure and in all in the past, the Kentuckians only resort to diy iding line to the north-west corner of

hind another who agreed to do the order at taken up and several bills pasted. At 5 p. m. cases their contests were seriously damaged. arms when compelled to. Tn West Virgin- the lands formerly owned by A. L. and

the price offered. the house took a recess until>S p. in., and after Gigantic waves swept the deck of the vessels ians have also been the aggressors: but when I:. F. Hatch in said section, thence east

The discharged workman took his griev- thirty-two private pension billa had been in the harbors and crews were washed molested the Kentuckians have on each oc- along the north boundary line of the

ioce to the union and all the workmen in parsed the house adjourned. overboard. Anchor chains were snapped casion showed the intruders they were at last aforesaid lands to Indian River,
asunder1 if had been threads and the home.
that factory were ordered out Then the they which said line is four hundred and eighteen -
Two Hundred mid Seventh Day. vessels like feathers carried hither
manufacturers appealed to the Manufacturers were feet north of the line
((418)) dividingsaid
In the senate u bill was introduced to reduce and thither by the wind and hurled] against II Collision On the nurlliigoi
association and a committee was lot three from lot four in said l
(3)) )
PEOKIJL. Ll. The Jourpal's 44){
letter postage to one cent Mr. Sher- the coast or dashed against one another. In Sep:' 1- Evening
lent to effect m compromise. Its efforts section three ((3)) and the line dividing the
I (iiile biir/ Ill At l'J-5: ,
man offered a resolution directing an inquiry some instances crafts were carried half a special says:
ailed, aDd the Manufacturers' association said north-east of the wmth-ea
into our commercial and political relations mile into the cities whole blocks of houses I a. in. u.uJ"n..l a disastrous rear end collision quarter
ordered a lockout in all Havana factories. from the south-ea of ,
with Great Britain aud Canada. A and trees being battered down as the vesselscut } on tl e <:nn i The order took effect on Monday, August 13:: south-east of said section four
resolution was adopted directing an inquiry their passage through the streets. i liiizioii; & Quincy road near here. The first quarter ((4)),
fc4 from that to this the have been
day
men into the cotton-bagging trust. The motionto Havana presents a novel right Its streets j train from Chicago was run into by tbe sees thence northerly along said river to the

He. reconsider the vote on the Chinese exclusion and public squares, piled high with the oii-l train from Streator and the engineer point of commencementcontaining twentytwo
For time the manufacturers laid
a an embargo bill failed-yeas 20, nays a I-and the ruins of demolished buildings and debris of 'I killed. The train from Streator consisted of acres, more or less, reserving and excepting -

on the entire island of Cuba and retard measure passed. The department of agriculture every description, give it the appearance of eight cars and engine No. 26. Tbe second from the above that strip or parcelof

to permit any cigars to be shippedfrom bill was taken up and a debate fol- a bombarded city. The waters of Havana I train was running at from twelve to fourteen land conveyed by Stephen Ryder and his

it, but this was found to be an unneo- lowed on the proposition to tranter the bay, being closely pent up within a small miles an hour while the first train was wife to one Robert C. May, by deed, bearing .

tsary.bardebip on the country factories and signal service. At 5:10 p. m. the senate ad- harbor, acquired a tremendous force, and I scarcely moviu: Engineer Case, of the date April 30th, A. D. 18t<7:, and recorded

OB August 25 the embargo was raised. journed.In destroyed everything within their reach. secoi.d train was killed. as were, also two in the proper oflice of Brevard
"
Along about September 1, a split it is said the house Mr. Cox was elected speakerpro The northern part of Havana was converted trainp-i who were in the Rio, Wis., train onI.Il1lJh'r county, aforesaid, in Book K of Deeds,

wry'nearly developed among the working. tem. A resolution calling for informa into a Venice, and many streets were sub I track that caught fire from the on page iU.! Also all of the north-west

ID.I. The men are divided somewhat in tion as to whether the rights of American merged.For wrY>. Six, fret;ht ears w"-v* badly wrecked. : quarter of the south-east quarter of section

sympathies by their nativity. The fisnermen have been violated within the some time people made use of boats in Tiif .....? a is iiiutuhiti to tii* pnciiieer of the. I ((4)) four, township and range aforesaid,
workmen of birth said be
teach more Spanish aggressive' than are the native to past year. Mr. O'Neill, of Missouri, offereda their attempts to reach their houses, but S.itMi'-r train, who died at his pose. containing ((40)) forty acres, more or less,

resolution assigning a day for labor legis- they were soon forced to desist, tbe violenceof according to United States survey, reserving -
Cubans the striker been
Spaniard., The original Cubans were having willing to accep a- lation, and asked that it be referred to the the storm rendering it utterly impossibleto OOO Budded Trees For SaleAt and excepting from the tract about ((4)

oomnuttee on labor. On a division the point keep up the traffic of any kind. Many four acres thereoi, known and described as
$tbe compromise offered by the manut&et1U'8rie -
of was made Mr. of barges containing valuable and Low Prices. blocks two ) five and ten
but the Spaniard outvoted themand' quorum by Blount cargoes, a one ((1)), (2), (5)
continued the fight Georgia and at 2:55 the house ad- great number of sailing vessels of every description I according to said Ry der's plat of aid forty

The manafacturer say that the great majority jounied. lying in the harbor, were capsized. 60,000 in Nursery.Apply acres unrecorded and in the possession of
The wind played sad havoc also. The Fred. .
of the workmen are law-abiding cltiMM Two Hundred and Eighth Day. to W. H. SHARPE, : F.Taylor.ALo _
but that a part of the lawlessness and In the senate the deficiency bill was magnificent set of palm trees in the public City Ppint, Fla. I all that tract of land situate on

Anarchy iu Havana is due to a few of the ported b Ok. Mr. Sherman spoke on our re-I squares and boulevards were blown down. the east side of Indian Riverin the countyof
tree remains in the Plazas
Idle cigarmaker The aggressors are said lations with Great Britain and Canada. At Hardly a de Brevard and State of Florida, known
Tacon de Armas Del Cristo and De La In-
to be Spaniards, and the authorities, ic isadd 2 p. m. the agricultural department bill was WM. H. SHARPE and described as follows, to-wit : Commencing -
fanta, or of the hundreds that extended. ina ,
wink at the misdeeds of wicked Spaniards taken up aud considered until adjournmentIn on the bank of Indian River in
continuous line from La Punta to the
the house the general's the south end lot Xo. and running north
postmaster re- one,
the latest news received from the bland ply to the resolution relative to the distrib- Colzada Del Monte. In the artillery school REAL ESTATE AGENT 17 east iu a line of a leaning cabbage tree

on the subject was a dispatch to Editor Edward uting of the_ "tax reform advocate" in the the ceiling gave way and the doors were marked with x, and on to another cabbage

Burke, of the Tobacco Leaf. It said maila was laid before the bouse. A bill offering smashed in. blazed fore and aft, and on ten chains to a
The fences and grand stands of the rival
that there was no more prospect of setting a reward of $100,000 for a yellow base ball clubs The ceil1n'JI I FOK post, thence east 17 south ten chains to
were destroyed.
tile trouble now than there had been a month fever preventive was referred The confer- corner thence south 17 west ten chains 10
,
of the Louvre cafe and Irijoa theater fell,
apx ence report on the sundry civil bill was the river thence the river shore to pointof
and those of the Cafe Dominica and Tacon up
Senor Carvajal tbe president of the Manac&.uren' taken up and discussed until 5 p. m., when theater are liable to fall at moment. CITY POINT.Lands commencement, all in lot No. one,
association was in New York, the house adjourned. any south of
Throughout the city many lives have been township twenty-seven, range
flay Spain., on He his said way that to Havana he had an from extensive a visitto GLITTERING GOLD.A lost Women and children have suffered sold on long time with interest, or thirty-seven east in section fourteen, con-

and friends most. The poor people who, for the greater on the lease system, or for cash. taining ten acres, more or less.
acquaintance many personal Rich Find,Create Great Excitement Ina part lived in the lowland near the bay, have Also all the following described land,
among the lork' l out workmen. Hi felt sure
Montana Mining Camp. lost everything. lying and being in Brevard county, Fla,,
that he coula elfeot a settlement as soon as Lands cleared and and cared for
Mont. 18.-Tbe of similar planted, described as follows : Commencing on the
HKLEXA.
>be arrived Sept mining Reports damage come from all
there. He will sail the nen&teamer.
by camp of Ctttle is tbe scene of great excitement parts of the island. The loss at Cardenas is if desired ; by contract or otherwise. east bank of Indian River at a stake, being

Mining ground is rapidly being placed at 11,000,000. Tbe rich Vnetta Abajo the north-west corner of land formerly belonging

OjrtKl to Death by a llalL bought at ten times the prices asked a week tobacco crop has been ruined and it is said Refer to E. M. Breese, Detroit, Mich.; to Bethel J. Stewart and wife, "

'WICHITA Kas., Sept IU.-Robert Somer- ago. Mr. Woods, who represents a heavy 2,000,000 cannot cover the losses. Not a Jno. C. Norwood, Titusville, Fla.; B. W. thence north 97 degrees east ten chains,

'Dle,-ft young New Yorker, Saturday night syndicate of Colorado capitalists has boughtthe single house is left standing at Guanajayo. and J. Stras,Tazewell Court House, Va.; thence north 72} west to the river bank 15>>

bas with a frtjbttul death. He was visiting Alta mine for $30,000 and is purchasing Many vessels were lost and their crews and A. Becker, Montreal, Canada, for chains, thence 18 chains and 87 links in a

1&e ranch of ilr. Johnson, a stockman, several undeveloped claims at round figures. drowned. I whom I have made urovea. south-easterly direction along the river

oclhbf here, and went Into a coral where He claims that the ore aft a certain depth __ bank to the point of beginning, containing! !

11'I kept some fine cattle. A ferocious young lies flat in blanket leads and, on this theory, nine and seven-eighths acres in the form
tan attacked him and before aid reached has purchased some claims when there was Grand Lodge L O. O. F. Election. PIONEER COOPERAGESyrup of an oblique-angled triangle, according to

him U was gored to death. The cattle not a pound of ore in sight, aud an expert; of Los ANGELOS, CaL, Sept SO.-The Sovereign a survey by Professor Hill.

boat fifty in number afterwards became the Hauser & Holley syndicate, of Helena Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows, now in Barrels 225. Also an adjoining piece, lying on the

inmanageable, and before the body could betaken has bonded the Alice mine for a large session ia this city,, elected officers for the Gauged to order. ten cents extra. north side of the land above described, and

: from the coral they commenced fight- amout ensuing term to day. The only changeswere embracing all the lands included by a line

"8 and strewed the remains of the young To add to the excitment, a rich strike was the election of Gen. Underwood, of Wheelwrighting and Repairing. drawn from station No. 2 in the foregoing

bap j over the field. The persons who attempted recently made in an extension of the Cum- Kentucky, present Deputy Grand Sire, to said station being the easterly

to rescue him were seriously if not berland. This was promptly jumped by tbe position of Grand Sire and Charles M. C. O. ..D.Honey description of the triangle ,heretofore described
**Hj BiLsbbets of Raleigh, N. C., to the positionof apices
injured. ousalde parties. The com-
some company chains
barrels and Oval Water Breakers i to a point on the Indian river two
X>o.. One Good to Bead It. pelled the jumpers to retire by force. It is Deputy Grand. Sire. The parade was from 82.00 up. and 83 links northerly from the most
reported that some shooting occurred in this very iiupuiitz.Dath:
; aforesaid and
11 northerly point on the river, ,
RVILLx, Tena, Sept. 21.-John Smith,
r contractor for the Knoxville & liash- ; connection Greater developments may be of a PuiUiithrnpUt.PlTTSBUKO Tanksand containing two and one-eighth (2l\)\ acres,

.' rmttroad. was heLl up Monday by expected in a few dapsStorms Sept 10.-Rev. Joseph F.Travelli. all kinds of COOPER WORK to orderT. in the form of an oblique-angled triangle,

glee Rice and an unknown man near at Sea. the philanthropist,died at his homein having its eastern apex identical with

, 14fltster. Smith county and robbed of NEW YORK Sept. 19.-Incoming steamers Sewickly Monday nuhe.; He had been an JOIIXSOX.JMGrange eastern apex of the previouslydescribedparcel

;:" JVJfc Smith was shot and his skull slightly continue to report encounters with the ardent worker for the kindergarten systemin : : Florida. according to a survey by Professor

**! The robbery became known, and cyclonic storm that passed off to sea early America and for the education of convicts Hill.

. IT****Johnson, armed with a shotgun, gave this month after doing such havoc in Cuba in the peuiteutUritM. He was in the Opened for the Season.CafA Also an adjoining parcel of land situate

?** He overtook the robbers.. They fired and eastern Mexico. The Anchoria struck eightieth year of his age. immediately north of the last described

t Wi him. Johnson returned the fire, the storm last Tuesday night She shipped He Walked iu HU Sleep. man who is interested in his own piece of land, and adjoining thereto, described

wiog both, o'* of them fatally. He re- heavy seas constantly. The largest struck ZANESVILLE, 0., Sept 20.-William Stewart welfare will be pleased to know tha t as follows: Commencing at a point

g. rat the money and lodged the robbers in her early Wednesday morning when the aged twenty, put up in im sleep at on the northerly line of the last described

, t.. ThSmith e miscreants were former employes water washed completely over the bridge. Olli.rd's boarding house and walked out of ANDREW GIBSON parcel distant 790 2-10 feet westerly from
xr Brown was on the bridge with the I the eastern of the triangle last described -
Capt.
a second story window, breaking his leg in Keeps the finest to be found inI apex
'ifC,.. Gold."eD nuug.ftuHCisco second officer at the time. They escaped in two places. He will recover. His borne is oysters thence north 19 and 3*' east

;', 8u 19. Alexander jury. The Arizona also had a severe time of at 3icContetla<< tulle.lyxplo TltixsvIIIc, 797 8-10 feet to Banana river, on the south
' ( ,," Sept. it for part of one day, but she was too far -- -- margin in the corner near tlie confluencewith
,: aged twenty, was hanged Friday from the storm's center to feel its force. -loo of a Powder Magazine. AN1 SERVED IX STYLE TO SUIT PATRONS. Indian River, thence in a southwesterly -
jail He and killed
ft.COanty shot a
: ..:; VICTORIA. B. c., Sept. IO.-The magazine -O- and north-westerly direction, by the
: .ooeu.JMr-dd school girl, Mamie Kelly, Two Moonshiners Killed. on Two Brothers island, Esqimault containing of said river to the rocky
line
10, 1S86 because she refused to I Plain and Fancy Cake made to order.Bdkrf high water
News is
SPRINGS Ark. Sept. 2L-
HOT ,
800 of powder in cartridges, exploded -
his pounds at the mouth of said Banana river
; .9J' point
;, :f&QIed greater attentions No crime for yean brought in of a sanguinary conflict between Friday, completely destroying the j Bread always on hand. on the southerly side, measured on the

' It excitement on the Pacificnearly moonshiners and two United States dep- building. The explosion was caused by the Also a first-class Barber shop attached. curving shore-line about 42t feet, thencein
; and inef- ,
riot two
cause Backbone
a
the foot
fk marshals near
uty burning of brush on the island. No one was
.. z4&attempt were made to lynch the mur- mountain in Clark county thirty miles :Meals at all hours; from 5 a. m.to 11 p. m. a south-easterly direction by the high-
He injured. __ Parties riesirng to leave on morning mail water line of said Indian River about sro
passed the
; night before his exeJ both moonshiners
; which
in
; i from this city,
boats and hacks will please note this.
-1',: drinking, card playing and bias- were shot and killed. Ted Bates and John Desperado Gets His Dose. feet to Professor 1 ill Vstake,being the. most

.U,.l.; y. Gressam were the moonshiners and they NORDEN, Neb.,Sept 21.-Stephen Leetch, !p: northerly apex of the last-described Ulan-
well known throughout this SHERIFF'S SALE. gle thence by the most northerly side of-
r : have been prosecuting their illicit business a desperado, f I ,
; 'aat nood In the Delaware. for some tune about three miles north of part of the country, waa fatally shot by Under and by virtue of an execution issued I the aforesaid triangle last-described and

; hk rtlnfali JQ.V.I8, N. Y., Sept. 2L-Tbe heavy Black Springy Deputy Saeriff Roby Sunday, while resist- out of the circuit court for the 7th 2-lOths feet to the place *f beginning, jon-

y years occurred yesterday and ing arrest Roby had a warrant charging Judicial Circuit of Florida taming 1) and 1-lOOths acre,being in town
a judgment
.t: t' ught Several streets were torn by Sounds From Alaska upon 37 section 14 lot
\ F up Leetch with stealing some horses. recovered in said court wherein ship 27 south, range cast, ,
ood ,
i and scores of cellars were filled VICTORIA B. a, Sept. 2L-Tbe total sal- one as.also are the two lots last above described -
Aaron Adams and John I. Howe
f'< 'i 5 -Iter. People living near the DelI mon pack in Alaska is 7,000 cases. The win- were according to the survey and plan
-an and Drowned by a WatenpoatKXOXVILLE plaintiffs and Stephen Ryder was defendant -
Hudson canal left their houses in at Silver Bow basin and o" made 23d,1880.
ter is setting bv J. } LeBaron January
lDondngbYboat. The Delaware river bar been suspended. The Tenn., Sept IS.-A water? I have levied upon, and will sell at
tl'J mining operations Benham' in, southwest Virginia outcry to the best bidder for cash i i JAMES E. BOW.1L1Sheriff \,
high. and to tm rising. A. D. Berner bay is gratifying. A free spout at public .
I from
ro, news washed the boWIe of front of the court-house door in Titus-'I 1 Brevard County, Florida.
4 jft aaw mm, a tannery and two small 'fifteen feet in width has been Sunday night away in ,
,aSy l on va lerroark creek, ,near Mils gold developed.deposit,Wore has been received from Isaac Pleenor, drowned his sou William and ville,.Brevard county on the first Monday |''D. GAULDEX, Att'y for Plaintiff '

..;,HI 'er'carried Into the Dela ware_ ri"er. Onalaskaihat it unlikely any seizure of fatally injured his.wife. in ovt'mber"the same beipg the fifth day i f Dated this Oct.d,183S. 24'

tt-"::':". sealing schooners frill fce mate this year. .





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4 THE FLORIDA STAR THURSDAY, OCT. 4,1888. I II I

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THE FLORIDA STAR. A IVoble Deed. Merritt. Lake Worth. A Political Expression. I I

.
Mr. Grant of Barbadoea Ranch spent Rain ? Yes.Everything Editor of the Florida '
When the dread scourge yellow fever j I Star:

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. it not I Sunday with us. fresh and green. Please allow
-assailed Florida's metropolis, was me space in roar valued

ELLIS B. WAGER Editor and Pu lislier. deemed at the start an epidemic to be School opened on Monday with twenty Present company always excepted. paper for expressing some of mr political

feared. At first the authorities abstained three scholars. S. D. Geiger, teacher. Three more colored men arrived on views. I am Southern born, am pj t

81.:>>0 per Annum. from calls for aid in their itically a Democrat and
pecuniary Our people extend their earnest sympathy the lake the 26th. believe in rop-

Entered at the POt Office at Titiixrille a* threatened afflictions. Later they asked to Mrs. B. C. Willard in her great Mr. McFarlane's fowls have goneia. porting the nominees of our regular

aid from citizens. Before the first inti- Democratic I
Second-Claw Matter. ereavement. the wild cat route. partyei'cnif houIdhaTea{

mation that aid would prove acceptable, Miss Allie Martin has been quite ill Capt. Peter Larsen left with the Laura feeling of antipathy towards some of

A SQUARE Is one Inch in space; 24 squares had abroad, word was received at them, unless I knew them to be
gone
;
make a column. for the last few days, but is now slowly B. for Jupiter on the 24th.3r. totally
For advertising rates enquire of the Editor Jacksonville. "Please accept check forfive mproving.Mr. unworthy of public trust, then I houid

always enclosing atwo centstamp. hundred dollars and our deepest sym V. O. Spencer is arranging to erect feel it my duty to oppose them
strutlglywith
H. D. has nearly com-
TIlE STAR is the OFFICIAL newspaperfor pathy. Wm. P. Clyde & Co." Lapham a windmill for irrigating purposes. a feeling of

Brevard county. It has not been over two years since pleted a nattlittle steamer for Mr. T. Mr. M. K. Lyman's family arrived on "Come one, come all, thi,rockshall fly..

The Star has! the Largest circulationof the Clydes. well known in coast ma- P. Wallace, Marion, Ohio. the 22nd from Jacksonville. the B. I. From its firm base sa soon as I,"

any paper on the East coast of Fla. rine circles and to over thousands of Rev. R. N. Andrews will preach at the R. telling through the public prey what I

TITUSVILLE DIRECTORY. I I shippers, made up their minds that there Merritt Baptist church the 2nd Sundayin No political !speakers here yet and knew and could prove. The result of

TOWN OFFlCf was money in a service to Florida. The October, at 7 p. m., sun time. none now expected on account of yellow such a course could. but be favorable to

Clerk-H.Mayor: -Georpe F. Atkinson.B Rumph. difficulties lay in the St. John's River :Mr. Johnson has put into position one fever troubles up in their country.By our party. During a political caaiptiga .

Marshal and Tax Collt"Ctor-T. W. Smith. bar: but steamships:: especially designedto of the largest windmills on the Island. a candidate's character is ure to be attacked -
of Kansas the
Assessor-8. F. Gray. the way City comes
Aldermen-S. H.Ray R. P. Paddison, O.L. Gaulden overcome these difficulties were built Air. J. is a bonnie Scotch laddie. and i* sometimes fearfully min
J.M Olson, I.B. Bipelow. report of yellow fever Melbourne ; so
Town Council meet second Thnrsdav night of each and lines inaugurated,giving semi-weekly: Mr. S. Sams and Mr. and Mrs. T. H. you see we have to go away from home I I. represented in a quiet anti iBMBaaibe

month __ trips to and from Florida. While we admit Saunders. of Courtney, were the guestsof : to get the news. manner.

CHURCHES. that the Clydes were in one sense instigated Mr S. Field, on :Monday last. Capt. Wm. H. Shaq is at preseatoee
First Presbyterian Church Pine street west of The Mary B. has left for Titu yille of the victims of this contemptible
Washington avenue. Service every Sunday at 11a. by commercial advantage, yet Mr. W R. Saunders has his sloop: for this %Ct
.m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday School 9:30 a. m. their gift of thi service to Florida can after supplies and freight com- j of misrepresentation. Since he has lo
Prayer Meeting every Wednesday evening lit (:.0. Fleet Wing, at home again, after having munity.o purchases will be made in resident of Brevard
invited. a County ha
RI'V. John Foy. Pastor. All are cordially never be adequately described.: It was lien thoroughly overhauled and repaired. lay
I
Titusville, however. one known him to defraud his
neighbor.
and from knowledge !
MASONIC magnificent personal She looks fine.J. .
Indian River Lodge. F. k A. M. meets the Friday of Florida we sometimes think was Lots of dead fish in the lake. Some or connect himself with a M-athWow--

eve on or prior to full moon every month. R. Miot\ assisted in driving two hun- claim felt shock of earth- sell himself
J. MESDEL, Sec A. A. STEWART. W. M. never fully appreciated. The value of they a slight port, or even partially to
dred head of cattle down from Banana the 23rd and that that had the Has 1m
the line to trucker, fruit growers, mer- quake on Republican party aaar
It that Chairman Robbins of the I creek. They were some of the Coleman the fish. been connected
seems chants and hotelkeepers,as well as general something to do with killing with ;stutfins: a ballot

Executive Committee made the unfortu- public, was very great. No better nor stock, of LaGrange, and were purchased Quarantine meeting on the 27th de- box ? Ha"eou to look fur him in ...
of quite a numberof by several different parties in this neigh
mistake placing
nate saloons and his a.-ociat
ky are
more handsome ships can be found in cided to have a quarantine officer on at asea

good Democrats on his list of Republican oceanic lines. Now two more similar' borhood. Jupiter, but to take off the one at the inlet the unprincipled and lawless?

primary committees. One of our Mr. Miot has the lumber on the ground I believe one's heart's
ships are being built. The steadfast and. as there was little or no danger of every reply *>
fair correspondents down the river claims for a cottage, which he intends buildingon these will be favorable to
questions
true sympathy, as well as substantial aid anything coming in now by water, especially Cap

that her name was also, through mistake, of the Clydes,in this Florida's afflictions' his place near the saw-mill. First in the present condition of the Sharpe as a gentleman no matter what

placed on the list as one of the Committee. should also long be remembered. the cage, then the bird. If the island their lips or pens may answer I belie,,

Guess Chairman Robbins must have lad a few more as enterprising young nlet.Mrs. Capt. Sharpe desires to repreeattie
.. Elizabeth Moore's pumpkin vineis
had a great deal of confidence in her to ') men it would be greatly to her ad7ant- County as Senator, and I believe If

whoop-em-up for the g. o. p. If there Rock Ledge.ROCKLEDGE ; age. Young men, go thou and do like- now four years old. The main vine is would do it far more creditably this

Oct. 2d, 1888. dead, but the branches are well rooted
were plenty of young Republican voters wise. any man going ins a dark horse. Xeee
around dont doubt she would be suc- Rockledge was taken by storm last Sat- I and flourishing again since the rains
we of us: are ignorant of the fact that a*a
old time began and more pumpkins are setting,
urday by a good political sur ,
cessful. Items from Dade. rule those men receiving a uaaaisee
prise party composed of"our next Governor the only sign of old age being that the
The Sharpie Illinois will leave for Ti- nomination as a "dark hONe" are not tie
THE Republican Convention, yesterday ," Frank P. Fleming, accompanied pumpkins ripen somewhat smaller than
tusville the first'of October. choice of the people.It .
seems to have given all the officesto by J. M. Barrs, Esq., and Col. C. E. Merrill formerly.
Enough rain has fallen the past weekto is surprisingly amusing to thin
the "central" portion of the county, of the Times-Union, of Jacksonville, Oldfashioned northern horse-radish can how men there are in Brevinl
sins of Dade if many
wash out the political
and Mr. Robbins and all his Titusville and oh! what shall I say, well also by a I been seen growing in the garden of Mr. County at present who do not want aa

delegation got nothing at all for the work number of distinguished citizens of Ti- she has any. Robt. B. Moore,and from all appearancesit office or any prominence, and who only

done for the party. The nominations : tusville, mostly our"regular" candidates. The schooner Mary B. has been thor- will do well here. Mr.: Moore: also would accept a unanimous nomination

made will not constitute a strong Repub- oughly refitted and painted,and will leave for an office simply because they weuH
Well the
gentlemen, we owe you oneas, raised some fine muskmelons this past feel it their duty to do so under inch

lican front, for while that party will not old saying goes, for bringing and escort- for Titusville soon. season in spite of the accepted theory circumstances. Now the fact that they

make any personal objections to them, ing our next governor and party here, and The schooner Ruby Dye with passen- that they would not grow here. Okra or do not want an office is pleasant to remember -

the fact is apparent that they have not right royally: you did it too. Come again, gers for Miami stopped at Jupiter a few gumbo was another one of his products, when we think how few of then their,

been selected for a unified and strong at- we expect to see and meet a gathering of days. Fish were plenty.All that can be profitably grown here, as oh Godforsaken"countenances! how very few, will ever in lift a Representative

tack. We now predict that quite a Brevard'a and Dade's "representative" the friends of W. S.Norwood,your it does well. hall, or Senate chamber. Oa

number of our prominent Republicanswill Democrats at the Senatorial conventionon nominee for Representative, earnestlywish the 6th of November we can do one f
Mrs. Geo. A. Gale, the teacher of the
give their support to the Democratic the 12th inst. two things, either vote to support oar
him success as he will be one of
,
infant class in the Sunday School
gavea true risk turning affairs over to
Wait and if this is party, or
ticket. see
county Of course the STAR has already been
the best.The .
party to the little ones on the 26th. i the negroes and Republicans. Tate year
correct. informed and will no doubt publish the choice and show the extent of De
seal of North Carolina and Erin-go- They all came about 10 a. m. and startedfor your

lI nj. C. Willard.The proceedings of the meeting that greeted Braugh do not smoke well together when home about 4 p. m., after having mocracy. A. a a
the and Prohibition
inhabitants of Indian River have governor partYe mixed, we would advise people to try spent a pleasant day in playing games of October 2nd, 18SS.

been called upon to mourn the loss of Democrats were present and they were !some other brand, all kinds, swinging, etc., not forgettingthe _
there in numbers first of all Democrats XOTICE.
are
,
one of her most widely known and highly Immediately upon the receipt of news dinner, which their teacher spreadfor
and next Prohibitionists. We all engaged -
are Notice is hereby given to person
citizens. Mr. B. C. Willard, them and to which their youthful
respected from the Senatorial Convention the barometer in business occupatien its
all sound and solid for the Presidential any or
of Cocoa, departed this life Sept. 29th,af- of Dade began to rise, and now Florida appetites did full justice. Be- Brevard county requiring a license UDder
State and ticket but
ter a long and painful illness, extendingover Congressional avow stands at normal. sides the hostess's son, Willie, who is a the Revenue Law of Florida,to immediately
edly and determinedly Prohibition Dem. W. Hall collector of re
apply to E. ,
two years, borne with wonderful pa- member of her class, there were present,
\V. H. Benest of the oldest and ll'fDfWll
ocrat., for the candidates for prohibition, one venue, for the said license or for :
tience and fortitude. He was born in Mad- for delegation in our next legislature best known citizens of Dade, was promptly Masters Henry Plunket, Frankie and of the same. All licenses expire .on tie

ison county, Fla., Feb. 9th, 1849, came to our read out of the Democratic party at the Alex. Rowley and Theobold Nilson, and first day of October of each and every, **-
for consider that of the utmost impor-
Indian River and took up a homestead at we : Misses Ruby Dye, Alta and Effie Plun- E. W. HALL,
Miami. No knows
late Convention at one of Keveas
tance, and next for some of our county 24 Collector
, City Point in 1868, where he planted an thereason ket, Bessie and May Rowley and Vera
officers, but upon that point there is why.
In 1881 he began businessas I Nilson. THE
orange grove. some difference of opinion among ye We hear that efforts are being made
general merchant at City Point. In By the STAR of the 20th we see that the
Prohibitionist but we unitedly demand by a noted club in this County to have
1882 he transferred his business to Cocoa Titusvilliana all
the enforcement of the laws prohibitingthe some of the Republican postmasters propose to stop freightand
where he but the finest store, before TROPICAL.JLADIES
up from the north. Of
sale of liquors in this county and we removed, notably the one at Hypoluxowho passengers
there was a single dwelling. He has carried
the and his friends
course Mayor haye
say to our "regular" officials and nomi- is a black Republican.
on the successful business of B. C. I laid in stock of and
a big provisions etc.
I nees, remove the cause of disaffection i Jupiter Inlet was opened a few days I ,
Willard & Co. for six years. On Jan. 1st, are now ready to supply all our needs, & GENTSRESTAURANT
among "Pro-Dems, as you term us and and the fact was noted that many of
he married to Miss Laura E. ago
1885, was and
to increase our needs they shut off
daughter of Mr. Wm. Harrison, Hines- you have disposed of soreheads, kickers, the residents of the central part of the

etc., to our mutual benefit and satisfac- County do not like to shovel sand, even our supplies. Titusville can hold passengers -
vile Ga. with of
a prospect many yearsof
in quarantine the legal numberof
tion. Democrats have claimed and boast- ,
before him. Alas! for the when it is for their own interest.
happiness
ed that the laws of State days at her expense and fumigate their
uncertainty of human events, an insid- and prohibition Democratic our The family of M.: B: Lyman, of Hypo- baggage, then she has to let them go TITUSVILLE FLORIDA

hold of the county were measures, : luxo reached Lake Worth 22nd
ious disease took strong man, having
their Freight, also, can be stoppedand
enacted and Democratic way.
be paned by a con- laid in in Volusia the Near DepotMRS.
for two long years bravely struggledwith stitutional convention and Democratic quarantine County fumigated, and so can mails; but Railway
the direful malady, all that medical required time. Accompanying them were
and would be enforced then freight and mails must be allowed L. A. MACKENZIE,
and of legislature by the Messrs.\ Hall father and
skill, good nursing expenditure son.
Democratic officials. That is the to go on to their destination. If freightis Proprietress.
question.
money could do was freely used to releaseor From present it looksas
Now Prohibition-Democrat appearances considered extra dangerous, and Titus-
we REGULAR
cure, but without avail. The blow was though the people of Dade were to be
ville is afraid to let it through she
ask and "demand" that go ,
urge, our next
not unexpected for it was painfully man- delegation in our next Legislature be disfranchised, the County Commissioners must pay for the freight, then she can MEALS & LUNCHES.SOUPS .
his friends that the disease
ifest to was "men we know" will use all their influ- having put in a man.who was not a citi- hold it as long as she pleases-burn it

making slow but sure progress.Ir.. 'Vil- zen of the County as registration clerk, do ICE CREAM,
ence and vote for more, and further legislation up or what she sees fit with it. The OYfeTER ,
lard was a good citizen, a staunch upholder the Governor declines to commissionhim
law is to fumigate and then let it
necessary "for the proper and full go on, JELLIES, ETC.BREAD .
and order of
law
of
a man high
the consequences can be surely fore- or to pay for, and then do what she
enforcement of said laws and whomwe
men PIES.
principle, an affectionate and dutiful son, know" seen, as next Saturday is the last day of pleases with it. Lake Worth suppliesare CAKES &
will
enforce the and
same,
devoted and loving husband. Belovedby Table
a none who will not use their official posi- grace. on their way via. Titusville, and it is Families Served.
his family, trusted by his friends, as a TRUTH. rates-
either fumigate and send on, or for Board at Reasonable
pay
of strict integrity and honor he tions to throw obstacles in the way. ,
man was
esteemed courteous and hospitable Shortly after the departure of the Died. and keep. Do the Titusvilliana feel rich DECIDED HOME COMFORTS.
highly -
enough to do the latter?
successful in business the Gubernatorial Party, last Saturday, the .
enjoying On Monday the 23rd ult. Virginia SAM. SIIEIlIFF'S SALE.
confidence of all with whom he had business Prohibition-Democrats met and held ext'C&- ""
Welch the infant daughter of Orlando Under and by virtue of an !.
.
relations, Honor, justice and right their primary meeting, as per announce- of the Circuit Court fr the
and Kate Quarterman, at the Chester Editor Florida StarWe !sued out r
were the.motives which governed his ac ment, and selected the following gentlemen Shoals House of Refuge.On : Judicial Circuit of Florida, Breranl 8Jt:;
cordially second the action of recovered in the(
tions. as their delegates to the conventionto upon a judgment ce1
be held here Sunday the 20th ult. the infant son "His Friends" and would most heartily the Honorable Minor 8. Jone!,
at the 9th
The funeral took at Point Rockledge on of th
in the place City instant : R. N. Andrews, W. L. Hugh- of Mr. and Mrs. Hanong, aged six months endorse the nomination of Mr. A. Brady: judge lirevanl and rounhFlorida ex-offici justice! antI t
family burying ground, on Friday naal-
at the Burnham grove, Canaveral.At for State Senator. If our called Convention wherein V. L
evening at 3 o'clock. A !arge number of lett. R. C. :May, J. E. Fultz and James to said circuit court, Hannah *.
on the 12th inst. will nominate Mr: den was plaintiff and
and friends manifested their Arnold. The delegation are uninstructed conference at Seville it aedW
neighbors a Tuesday, defendant I !have levied ulna
Brady it would do heal was sad
more to all dis- L
and will be hand welcome the bi
esteem and respect by following his remains on to was decided to allow freight to go south **11 at 'Public outcry, to the coart
sention in the
than the
to their Just resting place, and the Prohibition-Democrats to the con- via La Villa. A track is.to be built party any nomination best bidder, for cash, in front of tG
they could make. Will they have the house door in Titn.Tr.le, IB 1
vention from elsewhere. Now let ,
their tears of us see around La Villa to trains to r'
mingled kindly sympathy so as permit Monday m NoTec .
and do it ? the first I'
courage magnanimity to That on \
what the Pro.-Dems. will do towards them :
for the afflicted and bereayed widow and i remedying through without danger. the 5th dar
the
go being
' same
'
the evil they so unitedly cry they will is the wish of hour 01 ,
the legal
family. The impressive funeral serviceof down. movement is being made by the W. 1888, within to-wit: .

the Methodist church was conducted' Z. X. Z. President of the board of trade of Palat- Rockledge, Oct. 1st, 1888.- following Lots three property and six (3 and 6)(11 re IItaining -

by Rev. Jas. Bolton, who gave a short ka, Martin Griffin, Sr., to haye a line of ... tOWl1Jbip.21, south of range 3G e5t+

addrets suitable to the occasion. The so Daytona much money regrets for the chemical expenditure engines.of steam schooners run between New York Abram S. Hewitt the noble-hearted 58 acres J.,E.more BOWMAN or leap. ,

STAR extends to the bereaved family and There are other towns in the State in the and Palatka, passing Jacksonville in the Mayor of New.York, sent $5,000 to Jacksonville Sheriff of Brevard ctl. "I :

frieuds its sincere condolence. i inthe same fix day time on the fly. the other day. Dated this Oct. 3d, 1S8.


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jjLABAB CIGAR FACTORY. L. C. OLIVER. F. T. BUDGE. .

0. C. Starck, Proprietor. .

\fcnnfacturerof fine Havana and DoS OLIVER & BUDGE, S. H. RAY

Gears. Trade supplied with fine ,

Ddmade ><> Orders promptly filled. Dealers in .

,Factory at 1Ialabar, Fla. 28SF.

GRAY. GEORGIA PINE LUMBER Successor to J. C. Norwood and Co.,

,

Watch Maker and Jeweller. SHINGLES AND LATHS. TITUSVILLE, FLA. {,

sup at John M.DlxonV Drug Store.TitnsYille,Fla

ALL WORK WARRANTED.NAUM .
general FIardware
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: L 'SXEWSPAPER ,


SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY Sash, Doors and Blinds ; Stoves, Tinware and Crockery.Refrigerators Gen'l Merchandise

TilE MOXEER ACiKXCY.

For terms and sample copies addressCHAS.H.NAUMAN P A.IN'"TS AN"D OILS,

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Hsulover P. 0., Hrevard county, Fla. Water Coolers, .Ice'Cl eam Freezers, STORE.


:r Ae: :JS7 Screen Wire, Screen Windows, Screen-Wire Doors.



MHOTEL, POWDER AT NEW YORK PRICES. I propose to keep


INDIAN RIVER, yLA.Newly TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
COCOA. -
A First-Class Stook
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Furnished Rooms Good Table.Terms -- ----------- ----- --- --- -- -- -- -- -----" --
TROPICAL AND SUB-TROPICAL FRUITS AND FLOWERS.

S2 per Day. TITUSVILLE I II Egyptian Queen Pine Slips.
I
-OFGROCERIES-
Special rate by the week or month. INDIAN RIVER TJRSERIES.

WM. JARVIS, 1'rop'r. FURNITURE STORK I Bone Meal, Tobacco Stems, Cottcn-seed Meal, Cow Peas &'Fertilizers.

CATAI..OGUEIAILED FREE. TERMS CASH.
fit Neareet Home to Steamboat J..amlinJ.
JOHN 1[. J1EACH, Indian River Nurseries, East Melbourne, Fla.

f THE MUSIC HOUSE OF FLORIDA
A. Frosoltier ] .
IRRIGATE IRRIGATE !I:0 c

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PROPRIETOR. :-

A. B. CAMPBELL: DRY GOODS,


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

.
are POWER, .LIGHT RUNNING, SELF- NOTIONS

Bed Room Suites ,
GOVERNING STRENGTH TO WITHSTAND .
I will Sell and Deliver at your nearest

station First-Class Beds Mattresses STORMS, Ilr- ABILITY, .t; SIMPLI- Hens' Ladies' & Chiltlreiis'Gent's

*
CITY.
PJANrOS:

OR Springs, Numbers of tc.- timonials can be SEoas.E3ATS: :; .


OR.GrA..JSrSroB And everything in the FURNITURE I shown to prove the KirkwoodWindEngive -

line. Call and see the New Stock I
eses all these.
po
I
LESS MONEY than any other house in the just received.
Cited States. I always guarantee instruments to
k u repre ent.t'd. I Will ship a Piano or Organ to I I
my bonect man or woman on trial and it not Keeps full supply of metallic and wooden
satisfactory I will pay freight both ways. S25 i THE KIRKWOOD WIND ENGINEIs :
cub and$10 a month on a Piano,and$10 cash and Coffins, Cases and Caskets. ,
{J a month on an Organ till paid for-not much I.
more than ordinary rent. On these very liberal the Most Reliable, Durable, Lightest-running and Powerful Wind Engine in-
terms anyone can own a Instrument. Send for Funerals attended if desired. All or- vented. Coupled with its symmetrical design and handsome: appearance makes it
FBEE CATALOGUE containing full information. ders promptly executed, and at reasona-
most desirable and economical for the
ihwtJfnsic! ,Strings,Violins Banjos, Guitars, Ac- rates. Embalming done. 22 purchaser.
evdeoBt and in fact, every Musical Instrument MILLS TANKS PUMPS PIPING.
that If made,and at very low prices. Bend for complete ,TOWERS, CLOTHING
Catalogues. I have 20.000 pieces of Choice Mill can be seen in operation at my place at Eden. Write for Illustrated Cata' ;
Xn ie at 10 cents per copy. 5,000 books of Choice
lisle at 10 cents per copy. 6,000 Books of Choice Geo. B. logue,free. Address,
real and Instrumental Music at 50 cents and 25 Rumph.
rctta. Any piece of sheet music published at 25 I G. LOUT11EL LUCAS, EDEN, FLORIDA.233mo.
ISO per cent below publishers prices. Books of 3 .
J IeeeI each, sheet music size 10 cents. Send for A FULL LINE OFGENTS'
Ctttlogne. ---------
FURNISHING.GOODS.. Furnishing (Joolst
A. B. Campbell, Jacksonville, Fla. .

./ptention this paper.] f()-lyr. I ,
ALSOCROCKERY

Notice of Election.
,iit X11 lj I
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To the Brevard Florida. u
Sheriff County, ,\1
\ Iy
GLASSWARE
KNOW ye that,John L.CRAWFORD, / ,
Secretary of State of the state of Florida, S 4
do hereby give notice that a

GENERAL ELECTION \/I: HARDWARE
\t
Till be held in IJrevard County, State of ;

Florida, on Tuesday next succeeding the 1

first Monday in November, A. D. 1888.
the said Tuesday being the THIS SPACE IS RESERVEDFOR AND

SIXTH DAY OF NOVEMBER,

For Four Electors of President and Vice I. Rmss imT

President of the United States. I 'ND LINEN Ship Chandlery Goods.
For one Representative for tne second c FINE .
Congressional District of Florida, in the -'ZZARS J. BIRNEA UJ.VJ
fit! .first Congress of the United States ,
For a Governor of the State of Florida. 1NE AiTjiiiEfl'
For a Secretary of State for the State of

Florida.For an Attorney-General of the State of ROBERT BUIST'S THE ONE PRICE CLOTHIER.J These,will be the main features of 1U1

Florida Fresh Garden SeedsSold
For business but orders sent me for
a Comptroller of the State of Florida. anything
For a Treasurer of the State of Florida. at Philadelphia Retail Prices. Will +
in in Titu .
.For a Superintendent of Public Instructs make special orders and prices to kept any store

of the State of Florida. parties wanting seedsin vine will be promptly filled. -
For a Commissioner of Agriculture of bulk.
the State of Florida.
,; For three Justices of the Supreme Court Geo. B. Rumph.
,
i the State of Florida. 19 Titusville, Fla.
, '. For a Senator for the 13th Senatorial


t": districtFor tatives.one member of House of Represen- PORTER & POTTER Will buy FrnitsJggs: Cbickeas,

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For a County Judge.


, For For For a a a Clerk Tax Sheriff.Assessor.of the Circuit Court. Real Estate Dealers, Clyde's New York,. Charleston & Florida S. S. Line Or any. Country friends Produce may my brir.gto customersor

For -
Tax
i For a Collector. Lake Worth, Dade Co., Fla. 35 BROADWAYEW YORK.
V a County Treasurer. I GEIYERAL. OFFICES : market.
r. For a County Superintendent of Publicinstruction. Lake Worth Florida is the most tropical part of
the State., It lies parallel with tbe ocean beach, I* NEW YORK, AUG. 16, 1888. '" ,
For 22 miles long, of an average width of one mile, is ,0,
County Surveyor.V connected with the ocean b o: an inlet and is nowhere FERNANDIXA FLA. -
FOR DIRECT.Steamers
For Justice of the peace in and for over three-quarters of a mile from the ocean. .
each Justice District in said The fiishlng and hunting cannot be excelled,pom-
f' For a Constable in and for County.each Justice pano,blue fish,wa trout, barracuta slieepiiead and are appointed to sail from Pier 29), East River, New York I ask for a share of the public patronage -*
strict other fine fish being easily caught by trolling orvitbanet
in said County. Deer and wild turkey are plentiful in and come as a supplicant, not a
The attention of the Sheriffs is called to the pine woods beyond the chain of fresh water Every Wednesday, at 3 p. m.DELAWARE .
th e hw lakes which lie west of Lake Worth. Beautiful co.
) of Mid requiring them to cause a noticeJ coanut groves are in bearing all along the shores of .......................,..............,...,.....,...........,.'Wednesday,Sept. 26thFR.OW dictator, asking for your favors.If ,
.f J election to be published in a news- the lake,and guavas.mangoes, sapadillos, alligator
P' Printed in the County,if there be a pa- I pears,sugar apples,Spanish limes Jamaica apples, : FEa..N: ANDIN: : A courteous treatment,good
elln the Count.3Illlifthere be I tamarinds,coffee, gcosberry trees maumee apples,
no paper almonds, dates, figs, .
maumee sapotas oranges.limes and low is
flushed in the County, they shall cause ,lemons citron and all kinds of tropical lruit.< DIRECT FOR NEW YORK. goods figures ,
"
five copies of tIlls notice to be posted and flowers are doing finely here. This i.the most .
i n the most public places in the County. Jacksonville. This
longitude of brings the Gulf -<

( hereunto IN TESTIMONY bet my hand whereof and affixed I have Stream part of the nearer coast to and the land thus here insures than the at most any other even GULF STREAM.............................................................Tuesday, SVpt. 25th r;. public 0 favor'. .....

t.L]the great seal of the State of Florida large temperature acreage of Is any put in place garden in the truck United every States.,,winter A The freight ami passenger accommoUsitions are t1Jlsul1)a seI1. Every attention will bo. __,; then. I'm '.:'{j jelected. i
at Tallahassee, the capital, from 15,000 to 20.000 bushels of early tomatoes be given business entrusted to this line. v ",," "..*.,. ,
this, 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 I'ier29 East River. .-. ".*-,
A. D, 1888. : $5.00 per busheL Good hotels stores and poetoffices For further information apply to :' ."
STEAD, Agent J. A. LESLIE, Agent, ; .
are convenient. I JOHN J... CRAWFORD. fl@Cured by the above firm who hare almost all of Fernandina,Ha. 8S\V.Bay St.,Jacksonville,Fla. Yours anxious ,.: -
the best land to sell. Parties buying now will, in r TDEO. G. EGER, Traffic Manager, WM. P. CLYDE &; CO.: GF.VL'ACTS., to please :
Secretary of State. time more than double the purchase money 35 Broadway,N.Y. 12 South Wharves.Philadelphia,35 Broadway, K.Y.
short }'. M. IRONMONGER, Jr..General Traveling Agent,Jacksonville.Florida.
.,JAS. E. BOWMAN Sheriff Brevard Lots range from 6 to 10 acre,all fronting on Lake
Dh'.. Worth. Prices from $30 to fSOO an acre. Anyonrwishing Since last season VENTILATORS have been constructed on the iron steamers for the
.'...Q1la further infcnustion enclose stamp to the s. 11. B.
and .
e.. lla., ..luff. 2t01S8 above Crm I better transportation o Oranges Vegetables. -






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RETALIATION DISCUSSED. purse contributed"By about fifty spectators. says he has sold it for four years I I GUNS !'EVOLVEKS N-ntl tlt.ml' for pri.-o li-t CAKDS. ==:
to .JOH -rOX &:SON. Pitt-hmvh, Pnr.113RF1LOLS .
After battling twenty-one rounds in one hour and knew it fail. _. I I
to
never -- --
Come of the Camadlau Leaders Admit That and minutes declared I
twenty-three McCarthy was L A.AffYlTLAWAHDHOTARTPOBUe.. nIXGRA ,
Retaliation Ja Right. the victor, Hornbacker having fouled SHE WAS ALMOST DEAD. I

OPIAWA. Ont., Sept. 22.-Interviews with him by throwing him to the floor and strik I that I
was so low with dyspepsia
a large number of prominent Canadians show ing him white prone. The fight was a livelylimited I I I '

two distinot and opposing currents of ooe. there was. not a physician to be HIVIORYDISCOVERY. .

opinion as to the justice and Vet of the Rock
at the Stake. found who could do anything with i Ledge, FI..rida.
retaliation policy which the president proposes
to adopt. Sir John Bhompson, minister Los ANGELES, CaL, Sept. 19.-A handsome me. I had fluttering of the heart t It I, L. -- -
young squaw, eighteen years old, has : D GAULDEN.ATTORNEYATLAW.
of justice; George E. Foster, minister of !' .
and of the head. One
ben burned at the stake by the Mojave tribe swimming .
finance, and Sir Adolph Caron, minister of
militia, have expressed the opinion that the of Indians. She was accused of witchcraft, day I :read your pamphlet called Any book )..8rl1t-.1111 one nlintr..
and after being put to a certain test, was ?Un l wand..rlntlIr"d.. I I j ,
United States is wholly wrong in the fish- i 1
stripped naked, bound to a stake, and a slow "Life Among the Shakers, which dis- NjWaklllS without outer.11'hnlly : Tituiville, Florida
odes controversy, and the Dominion is .
.. .
fire built about her txxiy. She lived two unlike .mifu'Iiil !" m* !
wholly right. 1.'oeyassert that no pressurean cribed my disease better than I Piracy rotulnnned by :"ul.r.i; P* Court. j i ----
hours under the torture while the Indians I
; extort more concessions! from Can- Great inducements to corre.lxnldei/ i j & WILLIAM?
any JONES ,
danced about adding fuel to the flames. could myself. I tried the Shaker rla- sr'..
sda. AU of these deny that their
persons j I i'
111f. Will \ 1.nltunud
PWjaJ'f'd11ith "I li" a.' l>r -
ountry would lose much, if anything, by Carlisle Renominated. Extract of Roots and kept on with I the w.rl.l-lalUt't1 Sprrialist! in Miml ,nM'jffi'. i
the threatened prohibition of transshipment Dalai.-ir) .-.."!..nf Thompson the Tat J'h.chnl.- | .1 t torn( y.-at-Lttic.
:
in bond through American territory. I CINCIDA.TI, Sept 19.-Democrats of the it until to-day I rejoice in good i 5Ci..t 111111 trrs ......t fr.r 1- i .
Sixth Kentucky district renominated ProA, LOTS IT:. 237 Filtht-.. New York. Titu ville. Flvrvk.
Minister Thompson contends that the pre- i health. Mrs. M. E. Tinsley, Bre-
Speaker John G. Carlisle for congres&Shot ----
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.text.for such retaliation Li founded on Article j I ----"""
.' vier Muhlenbnrg] Co. Ky.
--- ----- --- KOIUUX&
S9 of the treaty of Washington and does HU Three Assailant, GEO.1. ,

not give American fishermen the right toI MOUNT STERLING, Ky., Sept 19.-News i For sale by druggists, or addressthe EXHAUSTED VITALITY ;

transship their catch in bond from Canadian has reached here that in !i
a fight in Powell proprietor, A. J. White, Limi- SCIENCE OF ATTORNEY-AT-UW.
the American markets. He has !'
seaports to county between three "" 'TIlE

even insisted that should a different conception : father and two sons, and men a nameESUN.man pruned. ted, 54 Warren St., New York. i I JTH tENCE the great ;I TlTUsVILLE, VIA.

of the meaning of that article prevail { Bower, one of the Estes was killed m d kith ff OF t Medical Work of the .
hereafter, that according to admissions! made I! a IL/FE ageon3fanhooerrt : -
the
others wound M. THKASHEU
one of them HINDRRCORN8.eomtorttoth II ? : ,
ernap- A
before the Halifax arbitrators by counsel for i 3 ou9 and Phsical ]> i _
fatally. The litt it issai.l
._.
*: were un-rmed Cure for ConuuStopaM pain. __ '@ -:_ -
the United States, the Canadians would have Bowen had a iu".r:>i. ef t. 1ic. Druggists. HiscozACa.N.Y.PARKER'S .- K> bility, Premature Do- .I II ATTORNEY-AT-LAW

the right to extra co compensation in- '! KMflW THYSELF cline.F..rrorsot"o..th, ,

rease of the Halifax award. ;, What Is this Disease Thnt Is GINGER TONIC I land the unto.d; miM r- 1*. o. U)s *'. \MnKD ILL
fes consequent thereon. 300 8 vo., 123
I pages p rl'I Will prardre turn tu>> it UL.tr ul lLI srryr,
Senator Scott, leader of the opposition in Comiiigr Upon Us ? The best of all remedies for criptions for all diseases. Cloth fall gilt only{U..t, I II Cir nil jr.t Siipiu Court
the senate and a member of the privy Inward Pains, Colic, Indigestion by mail,sealed. Illustrative sample free to all TO:.i>, 1i
cil, described the course of Canada ooun-I Like a thief at night it steals up- Exhaustion and all'Stomach I and middle-aged men. Send now. The Gold niA i I -- uI
and Bowel troubles. Also Jewelled Medal awarded to the author by the National T5 B.COUNTY. HUmiFIELD
construction of its rights and duties on us unawares. The patients the most effective cure for] Medical Association. Address P.O. Box 1S1T: U.I ..-- I ,
the treaty of ISIS! as "petty and Coughs,Colds, Bronchitis and I I ton, Mass., or Dr. W. H. PARKER a.ll'2le of 1 I. -
ble in the extreD1 ." He contelnpti.1 have pains about the chest and affections of the breathing 1 Harvard Medical College, 25 yearg'practice in
onjans. It promotes refreshing I ton,who may be consulted confidentially. lI:j'J"-1 I SURVEYOR.Orders .
have been committed in Canadian
outrages : sides, and sometimes in the back. deep, improves the appetite, : Ka 4 Bnlfinch St. Specialty,Diseases of Man.
seaports on American seamen, and that these overcomes nervous prostration { Cut this out. You may never see it auolu. I I by mail will n'l'\' n
offer an adequate excuse for the enforcement They feel dull and sleepy ; the lnd gives new life and strength ----- jupnmpt
and$ ,at Drgguists. I attention as calls in .
:c the weak and aged. soc. 1.00 llCf"ou.i
of retaliatory measures by the president.
II mouth has a bad taste especiallyin :;

Thomas P. Gorman, editor of the Ottawa GK ATU FL I--C035 1-XmTI? X(i. i SANTA LUCIAN i iI i ___ \.I.r s: frl'Orgial. _Flo.
Free Press, states that be does not believe the morning. A sort of sticky -y _

it will ever become neceesury to enforce re I slime collects about the teeth. The EPPS'S COCOA. I ., H. ATKINSON..

taliation. Canada would back down as soon I !
as it is satisfied that President Cleveland I,appetite is poor. There is a feel- I BREAKFAST.By j rt.'t : li.it iii*:; ln-t\ve'"i the !ml):m uul

really means business. Americans have a ing like a heavy load on the stom- A tlUf.h kbu'Alrugi* of tie u.uiull,w" f bt.: I...iuliivtK.. and U laid oil. by JUSTICE OF THE PEACEFur

just ground of complaint on the score of refunding -i[ whim } ii\""-II "II' t jM>rat'f)ii. a f di,!rFt lit aid in:. srrt., t- -i\ry Jretiilt-. into llnvi- uric
ach sometimes faint all trition, awl In rtnl !. hth oi the tine : the Second Justice ))i-lril't h f Err-
tolls on the Wetland canal trafficHe I ; a gone < .n; 'n l'r.- I MI.K. aim <:n: lfr! lot>. \\ iiiciivill uill -
pertien of w..l1-.I..tt..d < n"*. ?Ir }pus I "8 |>ro- yard county ; C'ourt day: thirst 3lisixv
would have the Dominion either abolish I! sensation at the pit of the stomach vid.du'lat'r.J.atlal..wltia.riteltl-lie; \orcd -.> ...a...".ilily to iictiini I t'U ftar s. Tliisie

the refunding saystem or make the canal entirely I bavera. \vl,i.h mt\ -..>. nin.:n- J,ej iloctor.' ;i,iii i il' \\ i'I".It.! >- ;llallrl>,.tit- inil iI i iin > of each month.

free to both countries). }j I which food does not satisfy. The Dill*. It I* L) tilt.Jtlilli'lii". II xf of au':!h .nrtlri.. of thf lall| ,'t'tiiiMM co.inm and I !piiMappli'hcrc .

He believes that the imperial government: j! sunken the hands and diet that a -"i.otituri.i i.m"\' IKrjnluilh, built. up I \\ ail lhl' i'ropical Fri'it! tltirl.h. PARKER'S
( eyes are until sibs iioui.li t< r.l'l",1 f'Hr) u Ldn o tll I
will urge upon the Dominion the propriety of dlSPlt" Hill:ilrnlI -l.li'iv n H 11,1'. *fU'htHi,: Adilii'"*, ulturntii.; '. HAIR BALSAM
Toncedui;the relatively trifling: privileges, of { feet become cold and clammy. After aro-uul nt.."iiv to -tfa'kn rr there in a I Cleanses and beautifies Ute lave

of fish in bond and the we.k point. \W ills) *'-r.,:.. nlliII lat.-1 ")mit bjktfpii ur _Promotes a luxuriant prowik.
transshipment purchase awhile in first I -rI Newer Fails
sets at to Rotors
a cough dry SAKEE Wrf.1J11n' Da Grn
of supplies in Canadian ports. Such a''I ..'y our'hea wt-.l f.>itini l \viti! purr blood n ; l i..E lJ". Hair to ito Y.-tkM Cokr.PtereaU .
I and 'io pelp iinni-liid Haile.C.r.1SreiG.u.ltr -"
l
course woud be promote English stockholders but after a few months it is attended ..im ,! ; Idt-: I Omodrvff amt kalr b&br
07 Mile : ) "alo ljtilil1"tot. r I'r t )o' .{HU n.\. .i toe.and 5 1 M at t>room .
in Canadian railroads, whose divi- with Sold owls in 1 nU.p.-uiui rocs b\ Grocer, la M'Id! I II
dends would disappear in a retaliation a greenish-colored expect- thus: JAMrS EPPb t O Hut.i...paths. Cli" a pt". I -- -------- -
oration. The feels tired London, Eiglaud. :-1
policy. patient
FIRE BURCLARS THIEVES.
Gorman's views are shared by all ownersf j
all the while, and sleep does not XOTK.I:. i
exten.;ive sawmill at Ottawa for business
seem to afford rest. After a All: persons cotc 'rn('tl. will rwke
reasons. They all agree that the American any I SNIPES !
notice, that thirty days alter ilate.
retaliation would raise the of
program price time he becomes irritable
; nervous, I intend to apply to the lIanoflbl'.luhu'U. :
Canadian lumber, thus securing an enormous
and gloomy and has evil forebod lirt'onto. Judge of the Circuit ( OUR VICTOR
!advantage to Michigan luinlx>rmeu. For
.' 'ourt'I'
of the 7th Judicial Circuit ot (
: then they would hold the Canadian government ings. There is a giddiness, a sort and for Uivvnrd County for leave to Q

responsible.The and for decree of hU honor le- I llollseIIo1d 8i DIneD saw!
adopt
drift .)f opinions expressed shows a of whirling sensation in the head : a

general expectation that England will side ili/ing my adoption of Edna infant e
with the when rising up suddenly. The child of Jauifs A. )1( Crur.r. and for the I
party which favors conciliation.
Are meant to supply an BT-
expressly
bowels become costive ; the skin is custody of!said infant.
!
Farmer Lncyoi
THE SCHUYLKILL 'WAY UP. gent demand from ,
I dry and hot at times ; the blood DKUCILI.A K. MCCUOKY.TitHsville. s Doctors, Small Soreieepcrt, Pottauutm' ,

Manayunn: Almost Under TPater-Wnchoats Fla. Sept. 19th. 1SSS. k Exprets and Railroad JlgaiU, T ownaMprn
becomes thick and the
stagnant
on the Reading.PHILaDru'nt& ; and County Officials. Tnutca, Bitird

Sept. 22,-There is a great whites of the eyes become tinged In Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial Business and lamUie ioTAtnk

flood in the Schuylkill, caused by the severe with the urine is Circuit of Florida, Brevard Couuty, class fire-proof, bnrglar-proolconbia-

rain storm that begun on Sunday, and still yellow ; scanty A. D. 1888. In Chancery.J. I atlon lock, cafe, adapted in capacity

continues. At low water Tuesday morningthe and high-colored, depositing a sediment H. FOSTEIC 1 s and price to suit their reqoiremcBJ

river was: six feet higher than usual At after standing. There is I MouSi L I Dissolntian of1'arntership. + The Victor is first-claw in ererT respect

noon Manayunk was virtually under water, F. & HATTIE warranted flre-proofi and coa-

and many of the streets are floodad. frequently a spitting up of the food, I B.MoiTEX.hiswife.& | l structedinthomostimprovedlnsaWe .

A large furci of men had been working llENUV )[OUTEX. J -- each and tu
sometimes with a sour taste and now use on CTOJ I
since midnight to keep bock the rush of !
Water
It :lpp(>:\ring from the affidavit of the our new non-pickable combianea
and goods had been moved from the sometimes a sweetish taste ; this is above named plaintiff that the respondents lock, and inside bolt-work. It baa a3 '
lower floors of all the houses and
mills.
frequently attended with palpita- F. Morten and II. B. Morten his round corners, exterior beantjfaliy !
Most of the latter were compelled to stop hand win
wife and Henry Molten, are non-resi finished and ornamented by
work owing to the fires being washed out. tion of the heart; the vision be- dents of the State of Florida, and that fall burnished portions niCke1- 1ated.

At 5 a. m. Tuesday all Manayunk was }). i
awakened comes impaired with spots before their respective residences are Covington teriornicelyttednpwithantuiee
by the blowing of the mill whis
111 the State of Kentucky but that book-epaces, anAdvertlaemtnt pigton-hoIs
tles. The entire population turned out at the eyes ; there is a feeling of pros- the Post Office address of the said F. No.t. t
the alarm and found that the river had
tration and weakness. All of these Morten and H. B. Morten, is 152 Main 135 Ibs. I2LO t
swollen to a great body of water, had overflowed No. I I. Farmers' SIte, 19x12x13, weight..
/ its, banks, and had flooded the lower symptoms are in turn present. It Street, Cincinnati, Ohio and that the No. 2. Household Size, 22x15x16, 250 bs. $3a.O
said respondents are respectively over 600 bs.No. $40.00
stories of the mill*. No. 3. Small Dealers' Size, 28x18x18, I
is thought that nearly one-third of the of 21 It is ordered $60.00
At 3 o'clock Tuesday morning the water age years. that : 4. 'Postmasters' and Office Size, 32x22x22, 800 Ibs.

had risen eighteen feet and ten feet ot has this disease in. the said respondents. F, )Morten II, B. Sub-treaaanei
lock
our population )Morten his wife and Morten No. 4 has inside door, with fiat key duplicate keys.
Henry do
water was running through the mill district. have fiat key-locks with duplicate keys. We are sole owner of patent and isle
some of its varied forms.It respectively on or before the 5th day of I
The most impor a K of the mills drownedout manufacturer of the Victor Safes. We caution persona against maktnglNyirul, X1113'S
November
A. D.
was the American Wood Pulp and Paper has been found that physicianshave 1888 plead answer or '
on our
demur to the or veing safes infringing patentI.EftT'finlClau
complainant's Bill ot Complaint
company, the machinery and stock of which manufactures under patent It i* dangerous kJ
safe
mistaken the cause of this herein filed or the same will be company
were damaged to the extent of thousands of
.
dollars. This mill is in the of disease. Some have treated it for taken as confessed and the eomplianant spurious goods bearing iloj'dafes.Every rich
upper part a allowed to person who isn need of d safe will find it profitable to eorreapond

than Manayunk the rest., and stands nearer to the water liver complaint, others for kidney cause And proceed it is further ex-parte ordered with that said a us at once, before an agency is established in his locality, and receive the beefS

I Other submerged mills are the Nixon disease etc., etc., but none of these copy of this order be published in the of our We Special want General Offer in open Merchants territory.: and Dealers to help us carry out our IrtCooperatire
FLOUIDA
paper mill, the Arkright cotton mills, the J.Dobson's STAR newspaper, published in Exclusive control A connection to 1st ,
kinds of treatment have been at- said county for four consecutive weeks Plan. free. highly profitable
i worsted mills Sciola
cotton and
full
card learn pculars.
lifetime.IUI cost but cent for postal to
probably a one a
: woolen mills, owned by John T. Erdea; tended with success : for it is really prior to said 5th day of Xovember A. D. Illustrations and testimonials sent on application. In writing us menooa t
18SS. WITNESS the Honorable
John
Estherheld & Gallagher's cotton and'woolen D.
-mills. J. L Pierce's Wabash mills, Shaw & constipation and dyspepsia. It is Broome,Judge of said court, as well as advertisement No. 1. Address,

I Bowen yarns, Seville, Schofield Sons &Company also found that Shaker Extract of A. A. Stewart, Clerk of said court, and The Victor Safe & Lock Co. CIICIflU11f _

Eagle mill. Frame Patterson, Kripka seal of said Court, at the Court House in 1VtaJlory I

I mills; Lord & Carter, woolen yarns; T. A. Roots, or Mother Seigel's Curative Titusville. in said county, this 18th day !

I Campbell Manufacturing company, Richard syrup, when properly prepared of September A. D. 1S88.

Hey, Progress mills, and A. Platt& Brother, A. A. STEW'AUT. ] S. S. Line
woolen mills. ,will remove this disease in all its Clerk Circuit Court. I ,

! A large number of dwellings are also stages. Care must be taken how- Jones and Williams solicitors tor com

flooded. The flood has somewhat subsided plainant. 22 NEW YORK AND FLORIDA.
to the article.IT
ever secure genuine .
,
I but the people are still terror stricken. Sewers

I have caved In about the city, and trains WILL SELL BETTER THAN COTTON. I FROM NEW YORK CITY VK031 FERX.ASDIX.A, .

had to be discontinued on the Reading road 4S3S3Zim wmmso i'.1:n :-i t. L. i:.. KvtiiY rnu Ai. CLNTKE MULETXEW WllAlr.I.TDt 7HE7cWT

north of Manayunk for several hours, owingto Mr. John E. Hemptinstall, of Chu- YOUR nOSTOX AiPHILADELPHIA..

numerous washouts. It is thought that ,
lafirmee, Cleburn Co., Ala., writes; I
: the worst is over and that the water is grad ANTONIO BrO
1 ually going down. "My wife has been so much bene- the Iron Steamship 8T.\'IE OF TEXAS, CITY OF SAX ,
GRANDE the
compost Florida Service.Pasaae .
BIG BARBECUE. fitted by Shaker Extract of Roots,

Mother Curative Rates: between Florida and Xetiti-1'orli; aluaj
or Seigel's Syrup
tlentncky Democrat Meet at Erlangerand the JLovi t.s .

Enjoy Themselves.CnfClXNATl. that she says she would rather be .ri Rates of Freight always Low a> Competing Lines.
i '
Sept. 2J.The success of the without part of her food than with- Early Morning Train Every Thursday from points on J. T. & K. W. I'at"1 i 1

Democratic mass meeting and barbecue at connects with steamer same day at Fernandina.
t Erlanger, Ky., exceeded the wildest hopes of out the medicine. It has done her

its promoters. Thousands of people came in more good than all the doctors and SCHEDULE.

from the surrounding country. It is estimated Nor.Tll-IIOCND-Steamships sail from Fernandina Thursday r.1I1afUr
every
1 that 15.000 people were presentAmong all other medicines put together. I Jack o pnt at
, arrival of trains from South Florida! and morning trains from
the crowd were a large number of would ride twenty miles to get it t's follows :

ladies. CITY OF SAX ANTONIO .Thursday<< An*
Judge W. E. Arthur was the chairman of into the hands of any sufferer if he Captain Wilder

the meeting. Fifteen head of cattle I CAROXDELET, Captain Evans.......................................Thursday, t13tk

sheep and 150 lambs were roasted. The, forty feast I can get it in no other way. I be- I CITY OF SAX ANTONIO, Captain Wilder........................Thursday, .. :eth

i took place in the afternoon. lieve it will soon sell in this State I CAROXDELET, Captain Evan.-Thursday, .. ,.-.

i Covington and CITY OF SAX ANTONIO, Captain Wilder..Thursday,
Newport depopulated
were nearly better than cotton.TESTIMONY ()d. tk
of Democrats. They began earlyto CAROXDELET, Capt. Evans...... rSonH. ,

leave for the big barbecue at Erlanger. FROM TEXAS. t oCYD-Stumf.bir' Mil from New York. Pier Xo. 21.E. It. foot of Fulton .t. twrj TbRrsW'
I Four trains I !. ; at 3p.m., as follows
carried big loads of :
passengers
many of whom were from this city. The attractions Mrs.\ S. E. Barton, of Varner, i 'i 1 al,j t jay September 2as1h : October 5th. 12th. 19th. 2Cth.; t'...S'.rtl

I were speeches by Speaker Carlisle, Ripley Co., Mo., writes that she I L 5Dl FAVORITE, and During Fernaudiiu.the yellow Order fever freishtU epidemic this steamers liu>. will coi.Ui.ue tl.eurpnl r rchednU

f Senator Blackburn Theodore F. Hallam, had been long afflicted with :._rvn: our cr ORE EH. Direct aU Freitttt via Mallory Straiunhip Line from Pier N n. tl E K-. Sew York. ..+"u/d sa.
I dyspepsia can i
9-Speclal Aleuts located tickets
Hon. John Rhea and others. ". axe at all principal points through Florid, where j
.
a6e1Ttnl ltC.1
'j"'I '9 topUTt .3 : Information obtained.gystateroonts.ud. .
I and disease of the -" Lice for terms and '
I urinary f _; at your j bertha secured in adr Lc*from JacktcnTlIle and FernaodiB t&cAjTraius *-
Fought Twenty-one Rounds. and .-i. ?; -;nn cannot a d our assent,miteRtnnAr'ee.taddresstoynubelownlia1ed from F B. & X.E'y. ron directly to ships side at Feriiandina.CSAuy I
NEW YORK, Sept 19.-Charley McCarthy, organs was cured by Shaker farther information can be oi.Uloed from

of Jersey City, and Eugene Hornbacker, of Extract of Roots. Rev. J. J. Mc. J. )l CUTLER. Pai> etiKer A&-it.comer Bar. and Hcpn strtU,Ja*ksonnae. J1a. l'
l IE o WOK aowws: K..W. SOUTUWICK. Aient.
r Harlem, fought under Queensberry rules ;. r11 e ,> Femaudiua, Fla.
Guire merchant of the I 23 LM EQtAREfl. oALL 3. H. H.EAYMOXD, General Traveling Agent -
same place
skin
with gloves Monday night at a well '
a' CU1
known. resort near Sands Point for the ban who sold'Mrs. Barton the medicine, r ,-i ? .., 1'CAHTA GAYAr !Rr C. H. MALLORY & CO. General Apis Pier 20 E. R.lIEW YORK

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THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, OCT. 4, 1888. 7 -

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V* UGHT AND AIRY. The Seeds of Berries. o. GTHardware. .:&;i..JiOTOEl., l ORGHIIM: : NOTICE.

Gi A curious phenomenon, generally rare,' LAND OFFICE. GAINESVILLE. FI.A.,1
*
*i Hero of the Future. and attributed to Aug. ISth. 1SSS. JNotice
)i'ffl" Th y physiological idiosyncrasy and .
renowned
."VIII...... aDAD-A wU.b.tame name bath be." has this year been quite general. EVAPORATORSMILLS is hereby given that the fol
AJ4'-v" Thousands of persons have been mildly lowing-named settler has filed notice of

jl M of b111OU'U$ee. poisoned by eating strawberries. The act his intention to make final proof in support -

......'h be bOOk1e&disoovet+ad the reason why of eating fruit is a fine art not generally General Produce of his preemption clim.nd that
*f ,p,.- b e bs1J8'curver understood. Most people sit down to a said proof will be mad before A. A.
I f be oeftJI'b&th watched a game" ; repletion of the first fresh fruit that they Stewart. clerk of Circuit Court. at Titu-
be would not swerve. vile Fla.. Oct. 9th 1SSS viz. .
on : "
can secure. When strawberries MERCHANT.
'killed. J. 8.JZAThflO come And Syrup Makers' Supplies.For .
t
1b tbe slugger I themselves William H. Wade of Palm Belch D. S.
of crewr they gorge on that fruit.for a
strOke a
2130. for the i of north-east and
$ _of these tame and frivolous setsouI4l1e. month or more. There is no fruit that Melbourne Florida east J
S o: east i of south-east quarter, section 21..
.Ilr,ItOOP to do. does not carry with it a special danger if
'- S ktt? Oh.tell me what Lath hn donor in. Catalogue and Copy of Sorghum township south range 43 east.
over indulged The is probably
bouored o'er every cashier grape A. M. Hamilton & Co., I I He names the following witnesses to
-s.'j C1e record of every bank.got healthiest of all, if the seeds are discarded.But Grower's Guide, address prove his continuous residence upon
fie"brOtrD lido clear.. berries have direct medicinal effect TTTUSYLLLE, FLORIDA,
:4 atfwed with a m and cultivation. of :\idlalld. \iz:

S -Morning Journa1. either laxative or astringent while the Wholesale Dealers in CHAPMAN & CO.,, I MADISON, M, John L. Highsmith, of Lake Worth;

seeds are irritants. The only conclusion Fred. S. Dewey, of Palm Beach; Joseph
go'Eminent Aa Slight Ba. is that people should exercise common I .I Jenkin of Palm Beach; Olai Gudmund- -

flu two men bad occc**ed the same seat In sense about eating, that is if the commonsense Indian River- Oysters I sen. of Ilypoiuxo. Fla.

- .nflwsy coach for half a day and the train be as plentiful as the fruit.-Globe- AUTOTMATIC.SELF 19 S. TUCKER.:. Register.; .

lad reached its destination. Democrat. FJSI-I .
"1 am indebted to you, sir, for an agreoconversation I I

,\;. ?' that has relieved greatly Waste silk has boen *>ho\v to if the I Green Turtle and Game. NOTICE.7i .
Ibe monotony of a long journey. :May I askJtXInamel" most elective roncor.diictvoooveri: :: for I County Court, Urccanl County, Fl rid-r.
All orders will receive prompt anal careful at.
,,ertainlr.. My name is Sullivan." steam i>ipe<. 7'utprice ihi.;;!h. l Ilt&t the tention, whether by telegraph, I -SKIMMING By the County Judge of said County:

Jocosely)-"Not Mr, Sullivan of Boston demand i is very great letter or person. 17 i Whereas.. Geo. F. Enscr.ofTitus\'ille. '

( I reside in Boston. AND has applied to this Court for Letter*

-"Yes"What, Not- Bouquet throwing has been al!>o k.uil! : Geo. E. Chase of AdminlstJ a!ion on the Estate of

fflingbtu"No" sir I am a college pro- ia the London theatre I Perpetual Evaporators County Ibertina of Gailor.Brevanl.deceae'l. late of said

fcfflor. Permit me to introduce 'rheir Business JUoomin These are, therefore to cite and admonish -

q -yjelf."Be? pardon.fly name is Crowley." Probably no one thing has caused! sucha Ship Chandler I AND THE all and singular the kindred and)

- gflflingly)-"Not Mr. Crowley of Xew general revival of trade at all the drugstores creditors of said deceased, to be and appear -

YorkrYe on Indian River an their giving .... 1 I before this Court on or before tin
Cane Mill!
,New York is my home." to their customers of so free Improved Victory 20th day of October. A. D. 1SSS. and file
many
away Boat
and'c lc nil kinds
Not"HotJyuNo. Supplies, objections, if any they have to thegrant-
Vhatl! trial bottles of Driving's New Discoveryfor Patent Anchors, Chains, Blocks, OUR SPECIALTIES.Also .
lug letters as aforesaid, otherwise the
a'apt: ,sirl I am the president of a trade is
Their
( Consumption. simply Canvass, Galvanized Wire will be .
same
ganted as prayed.Witness
t&11k.&ir r enormous in this very valuable article Hope, all sizes, Tent, Portable Soda Fountains. Comity ofthe
Good sir! my name as Judge
(Coldly)- day from the fact that it and Spruce Ladders,
always cures Guaranteed. County aforesaid, on thU 12th: lajof .
Trib- Prices Low and Goods
dayl"-Chicao '
FrigidlI"Good Copper Paints, :al's, 1-2 al's,
( never disappoints. Coughs, colds, asthma ; ;: qts. September. 1888.
"
Spar Varnish, ;:nl's, 1-2 ;:al'8,qtlil, lts. ,
u and all throat and
bronchitis
croup, Oils and Leads, all kinds. 21l1xol: S. JONES, County Judge. .
1 Sea Side Beauty. lung diseases quickly cured. You can NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC .
-- --
F. W. DEVOE & O'S READY MIXED PAINTS, -- --- -- ----
side test it before buying by getting a trial
Jaw at the sea pretty arms In fact anything for Building or Sailing boats XOTIC'E.
Are to the sun laid bare bottle free, large size $1. Every bottle .
While pretty girls display their cb&xrcs warranted. I Hart's Block, 9O East Bay St., If have In Circuit Court f the Stveiith Juctit'iafCircuit ;
the air. you any
miff
And salty '
of Florida, in and for Bmard

3*. Unheeded comes the dashing wave; To tile Ladies. JACKSONVILLE FLA. County, A. D. 1888.

''hJI She's upright, calm and mute, There are thousands of ladies throughout OLD FURNITURE '
For where she stands no waters lave is The BUYEBS'GUIDE is In Chancery.
the country whose system poisonedand issued March and Sept.,
suit.
Her bathing Such
pretty whose blood is in an impure condition, each year. It is an envy as AUGUST HABENICIIT, )

At eventIde when comes repose from the absorption of impure matter, due O clopedia of useful information CHAIRS vs. }[ Divorco. .; .
> How changed the lovely dream, to menstrual irregularities. This class are for all who pur META C. IIAnE. ICIIT.

jonM one but see her arms and nose peculiarly benefited by the wonderful ton- chase the luxuries or the SOFAS It appearing by affidavit. the agentof
necessities of life. We
with cold
O'er plastered cream.MerchantTraveler. ,
IC and blood-cleasing properties of Prickly I the above complainant that respondent -
can clothe and furnish you with
you
. Ash, Poke Root and Potassiu11- P. P. all the necessary and unnecessary ORGANS is over the age of 21 :years, and a

Roses and bounding health take the appliances to ride,walk, dance, sleep, non-resident of the-State of Florida, but l
Took Off 100 Per Cent. place of the sickly look, the lost color and eat, fish, hunt, work, go to church, PIANOS, a resident of the United States. to-wit.
r &,Icaaustein, I love your daughter sin the general wreck of the system by the use or stay at home, and in various sizes, of the City ot Charleston. Suite of South

duly and long to make her my wife. May of Prickly Ash, Poke Root and Potassium, styles and quantities. Just figure out BUREAUS, Carolina: ; it is. therefore, ordered that .

j Irentare to ask your permissionPHy as hosts of females will testify, and many what is required to do all these things BEDSTEADS the above-named respondent. Meta C.
young friend ven you ask me for myqhter' certificates are in the possession of the Com- COMFORTABLY, and you can make a fair labenuht.. do plead answer or demur
estimate of the value of the BUYEBS'GUIDE
hand you ask me to make too which they have promised not to pub- which will be sent upon Or any other Furniture that you wish to complainant's bill of complaint filed

'poed'sacri1lce"-: I 1 fish, and all prove P. P. P. a belssing to receipt of 10 cents to pay postage herein on or before the 15th day of
"Very well, Mr. Isaacstein, I will transfer" womankind. MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. RE-VARNISHED AND POLISHED, October, A D. 1888, otherwise the same
" Sections elsewhere then. Good day.
1
EJ
111-114 Michigan Avenue Chicago,I1L the headof I will be taken as confessed.
Call on the undersigned, at
"Come back vriend come *,
my young Brace Up. And it is further ordered that a '
bark You can have her. But,by chummy, Main Street, Titusville, where you copyof
I You are feeling depressed, your appetite LUDDEN A BATES SOUTHERN MUSIC HOUSE. this order be published in the FLORIDA -/-;-
have all of the above articles
700 dont always get such a bargains emery I can or any
bothered with headache STAR published in said
is are newspaper
you
dijn-Borlington Free Press. poor made to look as well as New; or will
and county once a week for four consecutive -
you are fidgetty, nervous, gen-
call at residences when work can not be
oven" erally out of sorts, and want to brace up. PIANOS.ORCAN weeks prior to said loth day of
The Sign.Shebaa moved. Also all kinds of Ornamental October, A. D. 1SSS.
Brace but not with stimulants, spring
been the lilies, up, Sign Painting a specialty. *
Witness
among bitters which have for their the Honorable John D.

5 And There the air their so fragrance soft and still rises isJnere -sweet basis medicinesor very'Cheap whisky, and which stim- "w R. E.NOX.: Broome, Judge of said Court. as well as
$ A. A. Stewart, Clerk of said Court ami
have strayed darling's feet. for and then leave
* my ulate you an hour Titusville, Fla. the seal of said Court, at the Court-

She has been among them lately, What in worse condition than before. IS-tf. I house, in Titusville. Brevard County,

tJ Where they grow so white and tall; you want is an aletrative that will aforesaid, this 10th day of Sept.. A. 1).
1t& ,8a baa touched their blossoms stately purify your blood, start healthy action of C. II. SCOTT, 1SS8.
''She the fairest flower of all liver and kidneys restore vitality.
retofr! your Mid-Summer Sale EASTERNHAIRDRESSING A. A. STEWART.Clerk _
Something la her face doth show it- and give renewed health and strength, of Circuit Com t.

itL: Breathes the tale where'er she goes; Such a medicine you will find in SALOON.If GEO. M. ROBBINS, ,

its fetll I tell you how know ItT Bitters, and only 50 cents a bottle at any r 1 Solicitor for Complainant.

'There Is yellow on her IIJfB.. drug store on Indian River.LIPPMAN'S you want a clean and easy shave,

:JMa BUY NOW As clean as barber ever gave, NOTICE.
Why He Stole. Just call at saloon
L on me my ,
fl' "iO were up before me about two weeks AND PAY WHEN At morning, eve, or afternoon.I'll All persons having claims against the
t estate of Edward Gibson late of Bre-

.ad...: '1'lit lab." IS SOLD. cut and comb your hair with grace yard county, Florida, deceased, are hereby -
1ei Tor stealing! COTTON To suit the contour of your face; required to present them. properly

,1 To, sah.M To you I'll give a good shampoo. authenticated, within the time pres-
"And you were'fined," Qe.iANs The art of which is known to few. cribed by law, to the Hon. Minor S.

00 -Du'lIO." Jones, County Judge of said county, or
My scissor's razor's keen
sharp
.00 "And MIDSUMMER OFFER. my to the undersigned. this notice will
.00 here you are up again for stealing. PYRAFUQEA My shop is a ways neat and clean, or
That stand in bar of and also
made you repeat: your crime 8CKK CDKK TOU .\everything I'm sure you'll find, payment; per- ,
.00. "Huhl How does ycr Vpect me ter git CHILLS &: FEVER, To suit the taste and please the mind. sons owing said estate are requested to
:ieI'di. Jack do money I paid fur de fine ef I downletlsome .. OntanHtobe 1,000 Cirs Hold In June July and make immediate settlement with the

moreP-Texas Sittings. w4nuw29uE AuKOHt and September at Spot And now to all who patronize intend, undersigned,

nf Cash Prices,Payable ,Jus>t come along and bring your friends, WILLIAM GIBSON. "
A Seasonable Rhyme. PIANOS, t'2\YX. And I assure you I will try Administrator of Edward Gibson de-. '
bur V.- ORGANS 9X0 CASH DOWN. My best to satisfy. ; ceased.
B*apple ripens on the tree. very may
and the balance next November
The This 27th day of September 1SSS.
hen brings forth her second brood let, without Interest or advancein
ifce And dally by the sounding sea Price. All our pianos and Or- 24.
t The collar wilts upon the dude. cans Included In this sale, our THE SLOOP AGNES
Cheapest and our Best. No ex
The mower's singing in the mead ceptions. Your choice from ten MASTER'S SALE.
1StI'tast The rose the air with fragrance fills leading makers and over 300 commanded by
The rid tomato runs to seed PYRAFUGE styles and Prices. CAPTAIN JOHN XcLEAN, Notice is hereby given that under and

.rf. the Icemen send their little bills. TUB I Makes regular trips on Indian River. by virtue of a final decree of sale and
IS CALLED
ioa -SUMMER BARGAINS 1 1888- i SHE CARRIES,A FULL SUPPLY OF foreclosure rendered by the Honorable
,- Ws.daily lee the yachtsman trlm Wonderful Chill and Fever ExpellerIt John 0! Broome, judge of the Circuit

At Eli zany vessel's sheets and tacks; cures the chills and fever, tones np the y tthe New Makers, New Instruments:!, New Groceries,Dry Goods Court for the Seventh Judicial Circuit of
.+: And evening in bay windows dim gives an appetite,bringing, strength and health Styles,New Prices Great Improvementsin the State of Florida, on the twenty- -.
dusky there little smacts. Canned Goods
are -Boston Qonrier. offerer. our Lower Priced Instruments. second day of September,A. D. 1888, in

Large purchases enable us to offer Reduced Hats, Boots and Shoes, a certain cause in Chancery therein
THEATRICAL NOTES. Prices. Here are samples. pending in the circuit court for Brevard '

P1P1P1I Ladles' Shoes In great variety;Prints all county, and for the circuit aforesaid;
" B&rQ Bernhardt is getting stout-she can 1AN0 71 Octave, Upright new patterns at low prices. wherein Thomas E. Hibben is complainant
,
.f hoer be seen through. 1 1 1 S' 225: 8trlngtl,.Beautiful Large Rosewood Size Ready-made ClotMni Toilet Articles and II. A. Pierce is defendant; and

ttobert and Sullivan have nearly finished (Prickly Ash, Poke Boot,and Potassium.) (rise, Full Rich Maker'i Tone. Guaranteed J, as Master in Chancery, will sell. for
perfect and durable. Price,
;- *new opera to be brought out in London f65((.. NOTIONS. cash, to the highest bidder on Monday.
. *September. CURES 5th D 1888 the
November the A, same
:t'ar. k*prose from one of Zola's novels has PIANO, 7 Octave Orand,,Large Uprgbt Mai ch 15,For 46 6m.the cash only being the first Monday in the month.

., 'rf let to music by Massonet,and will beat SYPHILIS 8240 J : Strings, Full Iron in front of the court-house door,in Titus
,#itIo "a* the opera in Paris. Frame, Ivory Keys Rich .S NOTICE. vine, Brevard county. Florida between
and Syphilis,Syphilitic Rosewood Case. First-class every way. hours of sale all the
} of Primary,Secondary, Tertiary sold at fro and $350.: following
Pianos usually
worse the of Adaengagement Equals LAND OFFICE
descried
t announcement Eruptions, loos Eruptions at Gainesville, Fla. real estate to-wit
: Maker Price$70i.With } :
'I and
Rheumatism
" ..,.! t1!! no to an English baronetYens baa all diseases, Ulcers of and the blood those that have Pianos a Plush Top Stool August 25, 1888. | In the county of Brevard and Stave of
Anderson
,. surprise. Mary resisted other treatment yield steadily and Barely Handsome Cover, Instructor Notice is hereby given that the followtignamed Florida, beginning at a stake on the line
en
; r .aged to Britisher whose name wonderful of P. P. P., the great Music Book and all Freight Paid.
every
to the power hL
,>: >r wbe settler has filed notice of of the St. Lucie Sound in the south-east
found +
in Burke'a Purifier.
County Blood
, ::..i "ash*, Peerage or Five Octaves,2 sets intention to make final proof in support quarter of the south.west quarter of
1"1'Juri',' according to report. S50 ORGAN. of2K Octave Reeds, ot his claim, and that said proof will be section number four ((4), township number *
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CREATION'S LOWER ORDERS. SCROFULAIs 1 S Top.LampStandsMusle Stops: ,solid walnut Case.Pocket High, made before Circuit Judge, or in his thirty-seven ((37) south range num

Impurity In the blood producing Lumps or Full Sweet Tone. J/aJfcer"Price,$150.Fongfiill absence clerk of Circuit Court, at 'fitus"i11e forty-one ((41) east, being three hun-

h1ce. of 1tacon Swelling an causing: Running Sores on the Arms \ Fla., on October 12th-1SSS, viz.: dred and thirty-five ((335) feet and seven-
: 04. the other day
Bets Reeds
Feet,for the cure P. P. P., GAN Elbert B. Carter of MIms Fla. II. E. section line and
a big Wild Lees,or onMearth. g 10 Genuine Stoos, twelfths north of the at
; turkey with his little pistol, All theeed1sea
" 'jt b1rd was the greatest blood medicine to the of P. P. P., S 65chasers Ie I>l6e' Keauttful Parlor Or- 10332, for the X. E. quarter of S. E. the north corner of a lot sold by ThomasE. -
; eighty yards off and a eI'ield readily power
.4M the bu-gaJ.D. UP giving new life and new etrength.BLOOD gan. Thousands Maker'! Price sold.,$l0.All pur- quarter, and lots 1 and 2, section 31, Richards and wife to I). F. Brown
delighted.
SOUr township 20 s. range 35 e. running thence westerly along D. F.
totu,gentlemen came to Gainesville, ua., POISON I an With Instructor Each Organ Music a Flue Book Stool and He names the following witnesses to Brown's line to the edge of the savannah -
duce
I Jt to kin alligators at the sink. his continuous residence savannah
All Freight Paid._ prove uponand thence northerly along the six
t Sju*J Per 14ya n a they killed COO,an average of Cured in its worst form ; sometimes in cases with I cultivation of, said land, viz.: hundred feet to a stake. thence easterlyand
2'"' d ,. ,wbere the patient was in Eternal Pain 15 DAYS TRIAL.Order James F Coachman. Robert Carlisle parallel with the first line to the

rrthJth" azy bird died at Iroquois D. T., re- even! up Ulcers by the broke physicians.out till the In party some was cases a I Moses W. Thompson Richard Herndon Saint Lucie Sound; thence southerly on

J at the advanced age of 18 years and 6 mass of corruption; a bottle of P. P.-Po was and test in your own Home. all of Minis, Fla. 20 the line of the Saint Lucie Sound six

e hii an 1dt Ue iras good singer and possessed i procured,and the disease yielded quickly.RHEUMATISM. No money required until Instrumentis !j S. C. TUCKER, Register. hundred feet to the place of beginning

ng powers until the last year I satisfactory. AV' pay Freight both containing twenty-two ((22) acres, more.-
i'!4 I 111 helee1ned to be in his dotage. During ways if no sale. Thn fairest way to deal. i =- NOTICE. or Jess, being the same land conveyedby

1'1.,' o months his eyesight had nearly Our Instruments arc good and cheap,and | On Monday the lit day of October next Thomas E. Hibben and Jennie K. "

And in aO Affections of the Blood P.P.P.stands a Vial always gives a satisfied purchaser.Wend I 11 will apply to Hon. Minor S. Jones, Co. Hibben his wife to said II. A. Pierce ',> 2
and of its cures are .
some
.",.'.itI 1 1l, fc0, seized a 13-year-old boy who alone really wonderfuL and unrivaled for Ud-S1J Ulmer Sale Cir i Judge of Itrevartl county, Fla., for leave by deed, dated the first day of May, A. :

" t c."""ing In the river near Georgetown, U you suffer from anything like Syphilis,Fno- cular. j to quit claim the interest of Texas Shef-: D.1SS6. .
may fula, Blood Po1 on.'UlcerCoW Sores, Rheumatism RE31EXBER Lm c* Price*; EaxieAjVrnu I field Witness hand and seal, this 2Sth', ..
and carried him otL The disease of the blood, be sure and ;Beat Instrument t\ne Stools and Ontz4M > a minor, in and to the following my "
{ ? naively rays that nothing has since civeP.or P.any P. triaL t1 Freight Paid; 15 Day Trial; Sa real estate in said county: Thesoutheas day of September, 1888. .
...,. of the boy. Possibly the searchers P. P. P. (Prickly Aeh. Poke Hoot and Potassium Yean Guarantee: Square Deuang; One Price } of southeast J of section 22, township WALTER S. GRAHAM [SEAL],; ,>.' L

;::::,_ won the only party who the)is market.no secret Its.patent formula medicine is on like every the bottle many, Only: Honey Saved; :AlL'LlTDDElr I 21 south, range 34 east. Master in' ChanceryBrevard county. ";'*(;- <;-.
j bt1 desired information. on thus clving a guarantee of its purity and whole'gomeneesthat & BATES W. s. BELL. Guardian. JONES- ,& "WILLIAMS *

1d seek the alligator no other blood purifier does give. SJF fWP.RN "U 'C HOUSE. A'JAl4NAH..GA. j 1 itnsvif! e, Fla.. Aug. 22, 1888. 18td Solicitors. for complainant. :

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LOCAL LACONICS.Messrs. -In another column we print the an-! Call for a Senatorial COll1'enr r .WciBLoWs Advice Socrrmsa to Mothers.Mrs. STKCP.should alwsyato I FOR S.1 LEA -- i I

Sackett and Brownlee, of nouncement of Mr. G. W. :Martin as a r tion. used when children are cutting teeth. It re- tract of land on Indian Urm in I
lieres the little raffereratonce;itpiodacesnataral of \he
in town for a day or so. candidate for marshal for the ensuingyear. The Democratic party of Brevard and quiet sleep,and the little cherub awakea M"bright county Brevard, consuiims of fis
Heath, are .a a button." It is very pleasant to taste. It acre; ittamgl"* v o. **. and
We believe :Mr. :Martin will makea Dade counties will hold a convention at soothes the ehildeofteoe the gumsanarsallpaln, of the northeast south Lit
-Ir. J. T. Fnell, of Tropic was a quarter or Eectiea
bowels,andis
pleasant caller at our office on :Monday good, efficient officer; and, as his many Rockledge, on the 12th day of October' regulates for diarrhoea the, whether arising thebeetknownremedy from teething or and lot No. 3, being the south ,
friends have asked him to make an effort 1888 for the purpose of nominating a et.hezCl&UIM. Twenty-fire cents a bottle. tcr of the northwest quarter or

afternoon. for the office he has decided to do so. If candidate for the State Senate from the J. PRITCHARD,President. 36, both in township 31 south, ran-e2J:
Eunice Harrison of Mima W. M. BROWN Cashier. east. This is a desirable
-Miss was very i
piece
elected Mr. :Martin stands to !
I pledged no Thirteenth Senatorial district. hammock, soil
of
rich
in town Monday evening, to attend the favoritism, but will strictly enforce the Dade county shall be entitled to ten INDIAN RIVER BANK. for the raising of all tropical quality.fruiLc.n.hlE b

w>eial party.At laws of the town to the best of his ability.: delegates. Each precinct in Brevard situated at the Narrows sear EnOl pr,'t-

12 o'clock, to-day, Mr. Durst had TfttiMVillc Florida.A office. Will sell cheap for cash, For
-The Frost Line carried a party to the county will be entitled to the same number ,

succeeded: in driving the artesian well Haulover on Sunday,who had a pleasant of delegates as in the convention heldon GENERAL, BANKING BUSINESS TRAN- particular* address: E. M. LOW.

nearly 700 feet. time visiting at :Mr. Vann's and fishingat the 5th day of September, 1888, as SACTED. Scpt. 3. Brockton.3Ia.ie.

Mr. Robert Ranson our Canaveral follows Exchange bought and sold. Special and
the Haulover. Another party started, :
attention collections. Loans
prompt given to
correspondent, has been in town for a also, for the Haulover,but failed to reach Barker's Blu T..1. Haulover.............2 Banks negotiated, Corporations on first and mortgage Individuals.for Savings Inter. GRAND VIEW HOTEL;

few days this week. there owing to the strong, head wind. City Point..3 LaGrange...........4 est allowed on time deposits.81OOOOO f

-Quite a number of our citizens ac- They, therefore landed in Turnbull Canaveral ............1 Merritt's Island..2Eau TO LOANOn TITUSVILLE, FLA.
Gallie.............3 :\Ialabar..l --
cotyanied the Democratic speakers to hammock, made a fire spread the table- ........ First-class Real Estate.
Eden .................. Melbourne: .1
Rockledge last Saturday.We cloths, and sat down to a sumptuous repast Fort Drum. .........2 Narrows..1 The most centrally located Betel ii Ciq.0 .

to chronicle the arrival supplied by the ladies, to which all Fort Pierce..........2 Rockledge .........5 Advances made upon available collateral. -
expert soon did ample justice. Georgiana............1 Titusville ...........5 Approved business paper discounted. NEW HOUSE. FIRST-CLA&s IX
borne of one of our prominent Drafts on all parts of Europe.
EVERY
I The same precinct committees as in the RESPECT.
business men with his bride. -The Prohibition-Democratic primaries Business done at Jacksonville rates.
young late convention will act as precinct committees Every favor, consistent with sound Open all the year round. Table Unarpu.ed. -
-The : B.-Capt. Hendricksonof wherever held, have been noted for
Mary for this convention, whose namessire banking cheerfully extended. Bath Rooms Frte.
Lake Worth is at the railroad dock very slight attendance. At one precinct follows CORRESPONDENTS: Bank of Jacksonville Rates, $: ..'iO &. N3.OO per Day
as : Jacksonville, Fla. The Seaboard National
and for her only two eligible candidates for delegateswere ;
loading with lumber supplies : Haulover-C. II. Nauman, J. D.Vann, Bank, New Yoik. 23 SPECIAL RATES PER WEEK.
present, viz.: At :\Ierritt-\Iessrs: I
return trip. Ed. Summerlin.
-The Board of County Commissioners J. R. Carter and Aaron Cleveland con- Calla.eralX.. Penny, Robt. Ran- A. L. Hatch & Son, J. MILLER, Proprietor.,

in lengthy session this week. A stituting the meeting with Mr. Jas. Sanders son. DIALERS IN INDIAN RIVER ART
are a GALLERY
Barnes R. C. :
as secretary, who is as yet under 21. Rockledge-Lyman May,
deal.of business to do that will
great C. B. Magruder.
Mr. Cleveland nominated Mr. Carter DRY GOODS NOTIONS
probably keep them until to-morrow as lalauar-\Ir.: Maynard, Ed. Arnold.
a delegate to the Rockledge Prohibition Melbourne-S. F. Gibtw, D.V.. :Mc- PU'KENS TT11NEH,
-Gen. Robt. Bullock, the Democratic
Democratic convention, and :Mr. Carter Quaig. Hardware Crockery"Saddlery.. Photographer
nominee for Second District, ,
Congress,
Barker's Bluff-S. Bitching, Dempsey
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nominated Cleveland and
they were Stationery, Family Medi-
will address the people of Titusville next Cain, Paul Kroegel.Titusville Views on East Coast and Indian RisK
elected acclamation. The cines Garden
SeoJs
by secretary H. Frank Reed a Specialty.Has .
S.
Thursday, the 11th inst.,at Court House. Ray, ,
reported the proceedings for the STAR, I E. B. Wager.Narrows the only Authorized PnoTOfiiAfH

-Mine Host Miller of the Grand and the meeting was then adjourned.Rev. I -J. P.Gray,John J. LaRoche, CHOICE GROCERIES, OF PKEfclDEXT CLEVELAND AND PlKTT
View had the pleasure of the Noah that bas ever been made during their
companyof Agee.Fort Hay, Corn, Mapes Fertilizers.
J. Bolton will hold seryice at.. travel Orders by mail receive
Democratic s>peakers-Messrs. Fleming Drum-Morgan Swain, Henry prompt
the Presbyterian Church on Sunday eve Holmes, J. T. Padgett. CITY POINT, FLORIDA. attention. -I9-6m
his hotel last
Merrill and Barrs,-at
ning. City int-J. T). Hatter, T. R. Dixon --

Sunday.The. R. A. Hardee.Merritt's I
WE CALL THE ATTENTIONOf
people of Titusville once more Announcement. Island-J. H. Sams, W. R.

the TimesUnion.. The was Sanders:;, J. R. Carter. the people of Indian River to our stock of Good.-
eq; joy paper The undersigned announces himself Eau Gdlie-ll. J. Stewart, H. R. Olm- which we are offering at very clone margin.We .
received Monday: evening for the first
positively a candidate for town marshalto stead J.:r. Snell. make u specialty of
time since its transit in Brevard was the voters of Titusville for the ensuingyear Georgiaua-Allen Boothe, Charlie Ma-

stopped. and asks the of his friends. grudur, Rufus Stewart.LaGrangeThomas.
support Groceries Grain and Flour
Johnson, A. J. Hay
-There will be a primary meeting of G. W. :MARTIN. Carter, Perry Day. ;

the Democrat voters of Titusville, at Titusville, Oct. 2d, 1888. Fort Pierce-T. J. DeSteuben, J. S.

the Court House,Saturday afternoon,6th Bell, W. W. Layport. On which we will give special inducements. We carry a large stock of I,

inst., at 3 o'clock sharp. By order of S. Republican COIl "entloli. Tournau.Eden-Thomas E. Richards, J. H. Le- GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, ETC

IL Ray,chairman of the Precinct com Special Telegram to the Star. We advise that the primaries be held Which we are offering at low figures. Those needing shoes will find it greatly to

mittee. The Republican convention was held in each precinct on Saturday, the 6th dayof their interest to give us a call as we are selling shoes very low.

-Mr. C. J. Hector, of Melbourne, pur- October, 1888, or on an earlier date if We will be pleased to quote prices at any time.
Melbourne: and addressed
yesterday
was
chased five car-l-ads lumber from : preferred by the precinct.We :ESTHE L. :aB..A.DY d) BB..O.
over by the Hon. F. S. Goodrich. cordially invite the citizens and especially -
-
Messrs. Oliver& Budge during the attend the
past the ladies to conven-
Temporary organization, E. B. Stidum,
week for two residences he is having! tion. B. R. WILSON,Secretary. SIMPLEST IS THE BEST.
chairman chairman G. W. '
built for parties, now at the north, who. ; permanent ,

will come to Melbourne.The Idner; secretary, James Bassett. Garden Seeds.JU5t .
received, in bulk, a fresh, new 1r\E:: f
Hon. F. S. Goodrich, the Republican TICKET: crop of garden seeds: in cabbage, beans, !

candidate for Congress, second For Senator, J. H. Mellor; Representative cucumber, raddish, tomatoes, squash, 'y. ; : P
cauliflower, celery, and many other varieties -
will address the of Titus-
district people
G. W. Idner; Co.Judge, David Win- Have contracted for 100 bushelsof

ville this evening at the Court House. good; Clerk of Court, E. B. Stidum ; Early Rose, Snow Flake, and Red THE
He was present at the Republican Convention Chili seed potatoes. This is first-class
Melbourne: yesterday.The Sheriff H. C. Stark; County Treasurer, seed stock. Heady for delivery November -

Superintendent of Public Instruction J.Brady Bowers; Assessor: L. B. Dawson; 15th, 1888. Engage what stock you TROYWIND by
want now, as prices will be higher.
for this county, :Mr. J. H. Collector, A. G. Lagow ; Supt. Pub. Inst., Prices on all seeds at Philadelphia retail

Sams, will hold a teacher's examinationat Rev. James White. quotations. 20-3in

this place Tuesday, the 16th inst. On Geo. B. Rumph. BILL

that date all the applicants for certifi- Social Party at Wafer's Hall.
liuckleu's Arnica Salve.
will be for examin The social at the above hall
cates please prepared party, on
The best salve in the world for cuts,
ation. Monday evening, given by Messrs. phas, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever Has less pieces and runs

"TheTropicAl" ladies' and gents' restaurant H. Walton and J. A. Durst, was a most sores, tetter chapped hands, chilblains, easier than any mill t : & ,

is now open, and judging from enjoyable affair to all those that were corns and all skin eruptions' and positively made. r ,
cures piles, or no pay required.It .
.
the arrangement and inviting appearanceit present.At is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac-

bids fair to be a success in every particular about nine o'olock there were fifty tion or money refunded. Price 25 cents .

:Mackenzie, the proprietress, persons in the hall which was comfort- per box. For sale by all drug stores in '

will endeavor to entertain, in a satis- ably filled, and singing, dancing, recita- Titusville, and on Indian Ri"er.FOB. .

factory manner. Patronage solicited. tions, cards, and games of different kinds tSgYB

-:Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Walton, of Eau sjon caused the time to pass away. The A HANDSOME: Mills Derricks Pumps Tanks I
introduction of these various
games was
Gallie, accompanied by Mrs. W. Wilson, ,,
innovation and intro- ,
quite a new was ,
of Courtney, arrived in Titusville on WALNUT pARLOR SET "A '
duced for the benefit of those who could fittings on
' t Monday, and spent about two days in and Pipe Work put in complete and warranted. Pipe and

town, taking in, also, the social party atWager's not dance. Consisting of 7 Pieces in Crim- short notice. Pumps of all kinds furnished and will rairetl.
Mrs. Turner's original "QuarantineWaltz For the next ninety days, where cash accompanies order, I furnisn a'*"
Hall \Iondayevening.: .
Theyall son Brocade Plush.
," was rendered by her in a most for $40, or well and force pump for $52.
returned to Eau Gallie yesterday.Mr. .
creditable manner, and we hope she will ALSO Call on or address JOHN! MYERS,
L. R. Decker is
in placing some try again. This was the first occasion of A FINE ROSEWOOD CENTRE TABLE, 12 Box 208, TITUSVILLE FLA.:
neat improvements the cottage -
very this waltz being performed in public.Mr. -
With Silk Plush latest .
top ; design.ALL
owned by Mrs. Titus, on Pine street, con-
C. Rhoads several of his
sisting of a couple of fire-places with the sung AS GOOD AS NEW. BOBBINS & GRAHAM,
favorite comic which "take
songs, always "
chimneys built up from the outside but Address, "Star, Titusville, Fla.
down the house and he
was loudly ap i 22tf
constructed in such a manner as to improve .. -
I plauded. So also did Mrs. Turner and

the appearance of the building. I Mr. James Mitchell receive well-merited TITUS HOUSE, REAL ESTATE BROKERS & LOAN AGENTS

-About a score of negroes came in on applause after each of their songs. -
TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
the train Monday night en route to Jupiter Dr. Graham favored the company witha .. .

to work on the new railroad to Lake comic recitation, which was heartily PLEASANT LOCATION.

Worth, but they refused to go any further applauded.The REASONABLE RATES. LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD.Loans .

down the river than this place,so Tues dance music was ably supplied by LARGE, COOL ROOMS. 24 can-
Negotiated on First Class Security at from 12 to per
day forenoon they were put into a wagon :Mrs. Turner, Miss E, Harrison, and :Mr. Special arrangements by the week or

and driven back north, to the region \Vager. month. 19 Choice lots in rapidly growing Towns, will net investors 100 per

where they came from. Messrs. Walton and Durst certainly cent. in twelve months.

made it for their MRS. S. A. SINGLETON, Proprietress. Residence lots in Titusville from$20 up to 1000.
-Work on the artesian well was stop- very pleasant company. ___ A !!'i'on
Business lots from 2oU to fr::', w-
ped on :Monday, as the Mayor informed I PROCLAMATION
Messrs. Durst and Bryan that they wouldbe I NOTICE. I Lands
held There has this day been served on Thos.A. By the Mayor of the Town of Tiiutville, Agents for Florida Southern Railway
responsible for any damage to Jones a writ of attachment in favor of Florida.To .

buildings that caught fire or burned from U. D. Hendrickson. Also a writ of all whom it may concern and to :More than 3,000,000 Acres of Choice Lands, located in nearlyer

sparks from the engine. The matter was garnishment on D. A. Allen, who is indebted the registered ...oters'of the Town of county in the State, suitable for Farming, Grazing, Fruit and Vet

adjusted satisfactorily, however, and the to the said Jones for a certain note Titusville. Growing-Pine, Cypress and Cedar Timber, price $1 per Acre
of ($80) eighty dollars, due Nov. 1st, 18S3. Notice is hereby given that the annual .
work continued the next day. All persons warned against buying said Election of the Officers of the Town of upwards.P.

The annual meeting of the stock- note. Titusville, Florida, will be held on Monday O. Box 250 Titusville, Florida.A. .
GEO. A. GALE. I the 2-2nd day of October. 1S8S,
holders of the Titusville School Building Lake Worth Fla., ept. 27, 18$8. 24 when the following officers will be A. STEWART, GEO. M. BOBBINS WALTER S. GRAHA
Association will be held at the School I elected: ,
building of said association in the town NOTICE. One Mayor, one Marshal and Collectorof Clerk Circuit Court. Atty. at Law.
The firm of Dixon and Benson. Druggists Taxes, one Clerk and Treasurer one
of Titusville, on Monday, Oct. 8th, 1888, is this day dissolved by mutual Assessor of Taxes, and three Aldermen.L. BREVARD ABSTRACT OF TITLE COMPAE
at 6:30 p. m. Business of importance to consent. The senior partner John 31. J. II. Vioson, L. A. Brady andS.
Dixon will continue the business and H. Traflord
be attended and are hereby appointed JI
to stockholder is III
every pay all debts and he alone is authorizedto judges of said Election and L. C Oliver Complete Abstracts of Title furnished to all laud
requested to be present in person or by collect money or accounts. due said clerk of said election. ward count, Florida.
written proxy. Ordered by the directors firm, Witness my hand and seal this 13th

on!Monday "Oct. 1st. R. P. Paddison JOHX )(. Dixox. d.nof- September 1SSS. Titles Examined and Perfected.
ROGEk P. BENSON. s. H. RAY ,

.President, D. L. Gaulden, Secretary. Dated this 18th day of Sept.1888. Mayor,, pro. tem. Box 2SO, Titusville, Fl

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