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Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
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Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: October 18, 1888
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
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VOL. IX. TITUSVILLE, FLA., THURSDAY, OCT. 18, 1888. NO. 26.


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!lr. G. S. Ilardee the Nominee ltllmN. Lake Worth. Biscayne Bay. Reply to "Inquirer."

for S nator.The Mrs. Annie Carlisle has returned from Cool and moist.Mosquitoes The mosquitoes have vamosed the ranches Editor of the FTorvfa Star:

Senatorial convention for the purpose her trip. nearly .
gone.A
SIR-In your issue of the 11th instant.I
of nominating a candidate, vice Mr. Mr. Roberts visited Titusvilleon :Sat- few politicians still left however.Mr. Splendid time for setting out young note a communication from our wouldbe -

Barnes, who declined, was held at Rock- urday. :31.1V. Dimick has enlarged his banana fruit trees, and planting seed beds for Clerk of Glum, Capt. H. C. Cassidy,

ledge, last Friday, in pursuance of a call Titusville was represented! at Mims on patch. early vegetables.The writing incog. "Inquirer," which is

from the Senatorial Executive Com- Sunday.Rev. Capt. U. D. Hendrickson's: new store bay is alivewith fine fat mullet. personal to myself. As to my alleged

nuttee. The meeting was called to orderby Chaudoin was a visitor at Sun house is finished. Great quantities are being caught and anxiety to save tile regular Democratic

Dr. B. R. Wilson for the chairman of day School. Messrs. Lennon and Burke returned pickled for future-use. ticket, I freely admit I have more respect

the above committee, and temporary organization from Miami. on the 6th. for that ticket than; for the Pharisaical -
effected Mr. Sunday School hour has been changed I Hon. J.V.. Ewan has returned home,
by electing
was i sore-head moss-b'aot} Democrat Prohibitionist
and Mr. from four to three p. m. Mr. Cl A. Probandt left on the 6th for after an extended visit north. He is -
T. A.Jones, chairman, pro. tern., for spoils conglomeration
Miss Launie Harrison a few days the B. I. R., and possibly further. now preparing to plant extensively.Mr. upon
1 E. B. Wager, secretary, pro. tem. spent which he has the-qprationable; honor to
A committee of nine on Credentials with her mother this week. The Mary B. took a run down the coaston Tom Hardee, of Rockledge, was at figure.I .

TU appointed by the Chairman, as follows Several of our townspeople attended the 12th, to bring some lumber up Miami lately investigating the county, am told on. good authority that the

: T. J. Steuben, B.: R. Wilson,X). J. service at LaGrange Sunday morning.Miss from about thirty miles below here. probably with a yiew of buying land. cranky pilot of, the- 3rd party ticket i is

Hector, J. D. Vann, A. E. Heyser, T. A. Beckie Mims and Miss Lillie The Florida grey squirrels are epicures Capt. J. F. Lewis, from Titusville, was extremely sanguine of success. In the

Jones, H. B. Archibald, J. F. Wooten Roberts are visitors at LaGrange this and rather French in their tastes,for here recently,. with his fine schooner, light of this information the eople can

ind T. Cockshutt.. The conventionthen mushrooms seem to be one of their favorite "Ruby Dye" with a party on board from i understand the purport of his question if

adjourned until two p. m. week.Word has been received from Dr. viands.. Orlando. I the Abstract Co.. could not honorably

AFTERNOON SESSION. Moon that they will remain another :Mr.: F. S. Dewey, of Palm Beach, is Great quantities lumber, and piecesof make an arrangement "with some other

I The report of the Credential Committee week in Washington, which will delay the quarantine officer at Jupiter. Duringhis vessels] have been coming in on the person who might lie feeted to the officeof

was received and adopted. It allowed their arrival. I absence, :Mrs. Dewey i is a guest at the beach for the lastl two weeks, Ji unfor- clerk ?" In reply to that questionI

three votes from Dade to be cast by : Cocoanut Grove Hotel.Assistantkeeper tunate for the ships, but good for beach- say, unreservedly.tlivat we could. The
Mr. Couter of arrived
Georgia at
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Messrs. A. E. Heyser, G. W. Potter and Mims on Thursday with several hands, D. A. Allen, of Jupi combers.We suggestion made by Capt. Cassidy that

Geo. Lanehart, the remaining seven byT. and will take charge of the Jones and ter, made another flyer here the 6th and haye two brao-new A. 1.25-ton there might be at, dishonorable' contract
.A.Jones. All the precincts in Bre- Wiley plantation. 7th. Like all good boys he attended schooners, which carry the U. S. mail between Mr. Stewart and myself is un-

tird were represented by delegates or Sunday School while here. from Miami to Key West. It is quitean worthy of a gentleman-
proxies with the exception of Canaveral. October 28th there will be a temperance I learn that this. builds his
The sails are again off of the Bessie B. improvement, and a great convenienceto person
Mr. J. H. Sams was then elected permanent rally at the School-house. The the hopes upon the basis-of a large Republican -
and she is now anchored over by the west Bayitea
chairman, and Mr. E. B. Wager first part of the programme will consistof support, coupled!with the vote of the
shore preparatory to being repaintedand Mrs Eyt'line.'Vagner, wife of William
exercise ,followed ad- "
continued as secretary.The a concert by an bolting Democrats: I hare never heard
platform of resolutions as passed dress by the Rev. Jas. Bolton.Melbourne. put into first-class shape for fall and Wagner, died) Friday-Oct. 5th, She was more bitter and bigoted denunciationof
winter trade. eighty years of age, and a devoted catho-
by the previous Democratic convention the Republican!party-and especiallyof
:' The B. in from Titusvilleon lic, and had resided near Miami thirty- .
Mary came
of Sept. 5th, were adopted unanimously, the colored portion of it-come from
the 6th with full Thanks to five with her husband.
tod the two-third rule also. No mosquitoes or sickness of any a cargo. years any man's lips .front this same Capt.Cassidy's. .
Nominations being announced in or- the Titusvillians for letting our suppliescome The Miami river booming, caused He greatly under-rates the

der, Mr. J. D. Hatter nominated Capt. kind.Mr. through, even if there was dangerof by the continued rains*.There is no prettier intelligence and&pirft of the Republican
S. F. Gibba instill his
followed improving a microbe< or two leaking out of the: body of water in Florida. This river
W. H. Sharpe, which was speedily party in this county if he thinks they
by Mr. Archibald nominating Mr.J. place-planting flowers,, etc. neck of our"little brown jug." springs from the Everglades; and runs have any use for Ainu. '

.W. Ewan. Mr. Archibald said he was Delightful weather have now-cOol The Heron left for the B. I. R. on the east emptying into Biscayne Bay. There is a candidate County Clerk

not prepared to bring Mr. Ewan's name bracing air, laden with health-giving 6th, having Messrs. A. E. Heyser, Geo. There are three steam coontie mills on upon the Republican ticket whose only

forward if any other name than that of ozone. Potter, L. D. Hillhouse, and Geo. Lane the bay, besides a number of hand and point of inferiority to Mr. Cassidy U

Cipt. Sharpe was presented, but that Letters from numerous parties indicatea hart on board who were enroute to the horse mills, coontie is- worth five cents I that he is coloredl;

BOW it became his duty to do so. If rush south as soon as it is deemed safe Democratic Senatorial District Convention per pound in Key West, the only mar- In common sense I believe be ranks the

Ct>t, Sharpe had shown a support of to venture. as delegates from this place] ket in the United States for the article,. Captain ; in .connection I beg leaveto

half or more of the delegates in the pre The ever-popular Goode House has County Commissioners E. N. Dimick:, Capt. :Brickell has gone to Key West suggest to the(C&ptain, that "it is better -

vious convention he would have given been put in first-eiass order for the com- and A. :M.: Fields, started for :Miami: yia. I: in the Ada, loaded with gator hides and to be black:outside: than inside." I

up Mr. Ewan, but now felt justified in ing season. the beach route on the 4th, and Dr. Ben-I coontie. He has bought several thous- believe that the fb .E strength of the Re-

placing him in nomination. The young people's social was: well attended son, of Titusville, and county AssessorA. and of these skins from the Indians, who publican party' with be cast for every

Capt Sharpe in a short speech remarking and dancing was kept up to a F. Quinby, left on the same day for bring them in every week and barter for candidate upon it* tkk t.Vben Capt.

for the fealty of the party and reasonably late hour. the same place, on the Bon Ton. Theyare merchandise.We Cassidy shall repent of his Democratic

wishing the action of the convention to and have all back again, it is reported, the Bon have been informed that C. H. prejudices and came out squarely as a
Morrison Hitchings
Messrs.
!to harmonious, withdrew his name. finished the painting on their Ton having come in from Miami on the Lum has recently been appointed Super- Republican be.ma.look for Republican
A recess was then taken for twenty nearly visor of registration. It will be a month support, provided; he gets their nomina- "
building and the :Metcalf building.Mr. 10th.On
minutes. the arrival of the mail from the before- he can qualify and get his commission tion, and noUtUI then.
JDd Whitlock's name was then lIngo Tengaelius, who was called north our efficient postmaster at Palm which will necessitate the call- At present.U! would recommend him to.

placed in nomination, and balloting proceeded back to Sweden Home months ago by his i Beach hives the mail, 'microbes and a ing of a special election by the Governor.The read his auto-biography in the fable of:

as follows: mother's illness, returned last week. half pound of burning sulphur under a County Commissioners will prob- the "Ass in. the- Lion's Skin," and not.
First ballot-Ewan, 18; Whitlock, 9 ; I let loose his bray again until Nov 6th.
dis-
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lennon are ex- barrel for about ten minutes before ably meet to-day to approve the tax rolls
blank and scattering, 17. pected soon. Mr. Lennon, we hear, is to tributing. In this way he insures the for 1888: after which the Assessor wil> As to my course in advocating a*
Second, ballot-Ewan| 19 ; Whitlock, mail the lives of partial ticket) and making the issue prohibition .
of the
assume the position of chef at the Carle- purity protects turn the same over to the Collector. The
4i blank 20 and Judge Whitlock'sname instead of a full ticket, witlii
; stockof
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ton. his: patrons, procures a large rolls for 1887, were not given to the Col-
was withdrawn. well-cured microbes to dispose of this lector until June 1888 caused from his party supremacy as the issue, I believed
Third ballot-Blank, 20; Ewan, 17 ; The gale which passed up the Gulf coming winter to our northern visitors as inability to execute the required bond. that ,the former would give us a better
scattering, 6. last Tuesday night gave us an abundanceof curiosities. showing ab the ballot-box. When our
Fourth ballot Blank, 10; Ewan, 19 ; rain and a good breeze, but nothingworse. SAM. The time for holding Circuit Court in convention decided otherwise I felt bound,

:' scattering, 15. Dade has elapsed, being first :Monday in in honor to. accept its decree, an Ho.
Melbourne Reach Improvements. :Oct., but no Court. We will probablynot work for the of the
R A recess for five minutes was taken, On all sides can be seen improvementsin diligently success
after which Mr. Archibald withdrew the progress."ork has begun on Miss : have Court now, until spring term, Republican cause. In this course Lam

aaae of J. W. Ewan and nominated Mr. Allen's house-a neat cottage of five The sterner Kathleen arrived on Monday first Monday in March. There has never willing to stand comparison with GapL

t Gardner S. Hardee. Mr. Freeman Hall rooms and verandah, on a beautiful site last with a large raft of piles for the I been but one Circuit Court held in this Cassidy,. whose motive in opposing his.

::1; nominated Mr. A. Brady. among the pines, overlooking the creek Melbourne and Atlantic railroad wharf. county, and that was :March: 1887. own patty ticket is now so plainly re

" Fifth ballot-Hardee, 25 ; Brady, 11 ; and river.The The piling is unusually heavy,we believe There are only three post-offices on Biscayne vealed.In .

. blank> 3. nearly double that of the ordinary size, Bay at present, Miami, Cocoanut closing: I wish to say that I aofe.op-
I Sixth ballot-Hardee, 27 ; Brady, 10; material is on the ground for Dr. being 24 or 25 feet in length and 24 Groye and Ctitter. The citizens are en- posed. to personalities in politic and

)( Wink, 3Dtr Dubose's winter home, to be built on the inches in diameter, notwithstanding the deavoring to have one established at the rarely indulge in thctn ; but the freedom

Hall thei withdrew the name of high point just above the Episcopal high wind of Tuesday, and the rainy day north end of the bay, and one on El with which my name was used and

- Mr. A. Brady, and Mr. Williams moved church. The view from this point down Wednesday, and the fact that a ledge of liott's Key. They are certainly needed, the imputation of dishonorable conduit

that the nomination of G. S. Hardee be the creek and across the river is one of coquina rock was encountered which had as some have to go nearly twenty milesto in the article referred to, has constrainedme

,' made unanimous which was done. the finest in the place. We believe the to be drilled, much labor has been accomplished get their maiL to break the rule for thi9-.ouce aDd
,
.. Mr. Hardee,in response to the nomina- ocean can be seen from the second story nearly one third ot the piles The Leunonites, from Lake Worth answer the writer in kind.

non, spoke in substance as follows : windows. having been put into position. Major j I I have ben hire on business with the GEO. M. 13pitu

Gentlemen of' the Convention Your Mrs S. F. Gibbs and daughters are ex- Graves seems to be much elated over the Clerk] of the Court, they had to walk to .

, action in this nomination is so unlooked pected next week. Mr. and Mrs. John I i I fine progress made. We think it safe to eighty miles on the beach, of course they I Notice is hereby Taxpayers.Notice given that I will be

t for by me, and comes upon me so unexpectedly Goode, who have been spending the sum- I say that the wharf will be completed enjoy it. This suggests a public road I at the following-named plaea.itj. Brerard
Park Chicago will be before the rails and locomotive can be from Miami to the Lake then the mails the dates indicated receivethe
; that even had I the oratory of mer at Hyde near county on ,,to
r *Cicero, I could not express to you in here shortly. They will be accompanied gotten through. would be carried by hack, or on horseback taxes levied in Bretard;;county for
r ords my feelings at this moment. Ican by their daughter, Miss Fannie, whose For the walk across the peninsula] instead of the carrier having toy the year 1888, yiz. :

. assure yon that the nomination is health, we are glad to learn, is much im- which has been the great drawback to walk on the beach, and back every week..I I 1888. 18Sr
Xov. 5th .L jbournf'Xoy.17
LaGrange
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one that I was not seeking, for I hoped proved. Mr. and Mrs. Phillips are also the Old pleasure Ocean's shell-srewnbeaeh of a surf bath or, ashort stroll ride on Dade County is minus a County Judge, I,I I Haulover, 6th )b ilhbar. Nov 19

t *l the last convention that you would expected with Mr. Goode and family.It in comfortable cars will be substituted. Sheriff, and Supervisor of registration' Titusville, 7th .Barker"s Bluff, 21.

". Dominate a satisfactory candidate for the would be a hard task to find a more Then the gentle tourists provided withan and the consequence will be no electionin I Canaveral, "" 9th farrows Nov." 22 23
Point 12th. St., Lucie
City ,
position. I feel the great responsibility pleasant country than this is at present, ample lunch, to satisfy proverbial In- November. The Governor will probably \Ierritt's, 13th : Eden, 24
that rests in this dian River appetite can aptly say, call special election for' this, 14th, Drum 27
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upon me representing and will be for the next seven months "Good bye to pun and care. I take miue ease to a Rockledge, Fort
motion in the legislative halls at Tallahassee and the balance of the year ; though per day. county to be held some time in January. Georgiana, u 15th. Otter Creek," 28

We have interests of grave importance haps not quite perfect, it is, in our Here And ripples where the this sunny keen waters breeze break.I uhake, This deprives us from voting the State Eau Gallie, Ie 1e4bt

j and these prompt me to accept far preferable to more northern All., trouble from my beart all weary care a,..)." and National ticket. Howe"cr'We will Returning I ui.tt be at
the opinion, I draw% freer breath, I seem like all I see
e j nomination, and I hope, with your climes. No danger of freezing to death, Waves in the sun,the white winged gleam come in for Representative and county Otter Creek, Dee 1 Georgiana, Dec. 17'
help Of sea-birda in the slanting beam. Fort Drum u. 3 Rockledge, 18
to do ,
the election.
On in.the
something for in- officers special
Last you. and if we are annoyed sometimes by And far off sails that flit before the south .Lad Eden, u. 7 Ierritt's, 19
. Canal question and on the temperance sects they are no worse than the writer free." We have four schooners running to St. Lucie, U City Point, 20
issue I hope to effect the necessary the vicinity New "What heed I ot the dusty land or noisy town? week freight Narrows 10 Titusville 21
has seen them in I see the mighty deep expand, Key West once a carrying ,
1egwation for ;our best interests as ap- York. Even the much-dreaded yellow I I From its white lire of glimmering sand the question of placing a steamer on the Barker's nttUt, 11 Hauloyer, 22Malabar
pled in To where the blue of heaven on bluer waves shutf u 13 LaGrange, 24
our resolutions adopted as our it is the West is be-
fever-dreaded because only down. route from Miami to Key Ielboume.II 14 Canaveral II 30
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Platform Vide Whittier's Lines to Hampton Beach
by the last convention. I the South is We that this be .e
scourge with which extreme ing agitated. trust may Eau Guide. 15
would
All beautiful but who tc
filed you good solid work, and your familiar-is nothing compared with northern some frigid very northern, seaside where go with done, as we would then be in a fair way E. \V' HALL,
shall be protected as. well as diseases. Take the epidemic al overcoat and gloves hetould shiver in thE, to get two and probably three mails a Collector of Revenue.

,. thoUgh 1 my own. I thank you from the Jacksonville with an average mortality oi "keen breeze" when here winter or sum, week, which we are greatly In need of.
tttom of my heart for the honor you less than eleven per cent. What northern mer he could view the Atlantic in it I By our present mail .service, it takes a -The general question around town at'
.ye conferred with the nom in.. record beauty and majesty, fanned by breezes land-office present is, "How is your cold?" most
upon me city can show so favorable a balmy as the "breath of the Hespe. month 'to get a fetter to the ,
10n.
fond This was followed by long and in epidemics of scarlet or typhoid fever!' rides?" Certainly not and receive an answer, of our townspeople having become closely
APplause and the convention ad- MIAMI-HE. attached to a cold in the head of late..
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HAWKS AND HYDROPHOBIA.The the surface of Mars there must be large
glaciers similar to those which exist on ir Iii,

Theory Advanced by a Practical the earth, but of an extent far' greater;;: COMPARATIVE WORTH: OF BAKING POWDERS.
ObMrrer Is He Correct and that the movements and crevasses. f

I captured and raised a nest of young are much more pronounced. This hypothesis ....i;
hawks. One female survived and be- : as M. Fizeau claims, accords ROYAL (Absolutely Pure)..| rt

came tame following me devotedly perfectly with our present knowledge of : rs
around my garden. She learned to eat the planet. We know, first, that the QUANTS (Alum Powder)*..- CD '1

"cut worms" and was of very great ser seasons are twice as long as on the earth; RIDLFORD'S, when fresh... '

vice in consequence. She also kept birds second, that the force of gravity is feeble;

from my strawberries, and by catching third, that the temperature is probably HANFORD'S, when fresh.... CD ,l'

mice and young cats protected my chick much lower than that of the earth; and, REDHEAD'S ...........u
ens. She would not permit a dog to fourth, that the atmosphere is less de- tf t

come on my grounds. The way in veloped than that of the earth, less extended CHARM (Alum Powder)*.... J CO
which she treated' them and the effect and consequently less able to absorb ,
AMAZON(Alum Powder)*... .
her treatment produced may throw some and preserve the solar heat.-Sci 1t'f

light on the blindness and madness of ence. DAVIS', andD.TIS'O. K.| =

foxes and wolves, and possibly be a New England' Sabbath Day nooses.Every New fork.(Alum Powden.)* "
clew to a cause of madness in dogs. CLEVELAND'S. ...... .....
one went to church in the

per method with dogs was peculiar she colonial days of New England. Families PIONEER (San Francisco)... P
been
and must have hereditary, as
living at a distance from the meeting
had had no training. When she observed house came prepared to spend the inter CZAR....__ .... ...... ..._
her she would thrust out
a dog near mission between the morning and after. t !
her head draw up one foot out of sight DR. PRICE'S------------- C1Q xo
noon services in the "Sabbath day
her If the advanced ..... 1
and dog .
drop wings. .
houses. These houses, according to a SNOW FLAKE (Groff's) ..... 0CD
to attack her she would spring
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description published in Sanford's "His
into the air by a quick movement of her of Connecticut" were small log LEWIS'...... --.. .... .... -
wings and catch the dog by the end of tory
the nose using the foot that had been structures, twenty-five feet long ten PEARL(Andrews & Co.)... '.. CO I
I broad and one story high. A chimney.
hidden under her breast feathers. On in the middle divided the whole space BECKER'S._...... .....uGILLET'S I 1
this she her weight steadying I
supported i-
into for the of the c=
her body with her wings and threateningeither two room, use two .... ............ (
families who united in building the
that should I witnessedher
eye open. house. The furniture consisted of a few ANDREWS&CO."Regal"s -

encounters with two small lapdogs chairs, a table, plates, ft;hes and some Milwaukee,(Contain Alum). 0 I'r
a large fighting black and tan bull terrier utensils for warming cooked food. On RUMFO RD'Swhen not fresh H
and large buff English mas-
a very d
shelf Bible and two three
a were a or religious I
tiff. Each dog gave up on his third experience c
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books.In
with her talons. The small winter on Sunday morning, before REPORTS OF GOVEIAs INMENT CHEMISTSis <=> I

dogs disappeared from town. No one for church the mother of the
knew where they went to. The terrierran starting to Purity and of the Royal Baking Powder. ;5
family put up food for dinner not for o
to his master's blacksmith shop,
where he retired behind the forge. getting a jug of cider. The family rode "I have tested a package of Royal taking: Powder, which I purchased in the
in a large two horse sleigh stopped at open market, and find composed of pure and wholesome ingredients. It is a cream s8
P. d
Mr. James Hill
Soon his master, of tartar of of rit and does not contain either alum
the Sabbath house, kindled a fire and powder a high degree me: or
of Waterville, Me., came and asked me I then went into the cold meeting house, phosphates, or other injurious substances."It E. G. LOVE, Ph.D. I te I
to and the He had wit-
dog.
go see where the minister preached in an overcoat is a scientific fact that the Royal Baking Powder is absolutely pure. The h
nessed the fight with me only a few mfn Royal Baking Powder is the and most reliable
with a muffler about his neck and undoubtedly purest baking powder I .J
utes before. On reaching the shop I I offered to the public. H. A. MOTT, Ph. D. .
mittens his hands. The
on women carried
found his dog cowering behind the forgein I heated stones in their muffs and the "The Royal Baking Powder is purest i n quality and highest' in strength of any 1m

a pool of water, and as wet as though men drew bags over their feet. No baking powder of which I have knowledgeThe WM. McMcBTBiB, rh.D.
a bucket of water had been thrown upon
chronicler informs how the and
him. I said to his master "I would not us boys
girls managed to keep warm during the Royal Baking Powder received th e highest award over all competitors at
throw water on him, he is frightened long service.At the Vienna World's Exposition, 1873; at t:he Centennial, Philadelphia, 1876; at thee
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enough now. He replied: "I have not the conclusion of the morning serve American Institute, New York, and at StatNo Fairs throughout the country.r >

thrown any on him; that is sweat, the ice the family hurried back to the warm other article of human food has evversal ; received such high, emphatic, and units ; i
first I ever saw from a dog, and that is endorsement from eminent chemis, physicians, scientists and Boards of IDV
room of the Sabbath house where they
what I wanted you to come for." I Health all over the world. :
took their dinner and drank their cider
saw the dog a few days after with a from a pewter mug. Thanks were then NOTE.-The above DIAGRAM illustrates the comparative worth of various Baking I

thick viscid saliva hanging to his mouth returned and the review of the sermon I Powders, as shown by Chemical Analysis ad experiments made by Prof. Schedler. .

leaning against some infant school children began. If the sermon failed to furnish A pound can of each powder was taken, the total leavening power or volume in ado
looking into their faces, receiving each can calculated, the result being as ind Heated. This practical test for worth by _
sufficient matter to the hour
their"caresses'and acting very restlessly. occupy a Prof. Schedler only proves what every o'bservant consumer of the Royal Baking
in the Bible few
chapter was read or a u
Knowing his savage nature-the man's I Powder knows by practical experience, t hat, while it costs a few cents per pound
own children could not caress him up to passages from a religious book. Singingand more than ordinary kinds, it is far more the fight with the hawk-I went and prayer eent them to the afternoon age of better work. A single trial of the Royal Baking Powder will convince anye M
I in devotional frame of mind, at
called him into garden and quietly service a fair minded person of these facts.
my the conclusion of which returned to
ended his troubles with my pistol. they While the diagram shows some of thigh alum powders to be of a comparativelyen CW
The mastiff was a noble dog of rare the Sabbath day house extinguished the degree of strength, it is not to be tak as indicating that they have any value.
qualities, very intelligent, docile and fire, locked the door and started fotbome.Youth's All alum powders,no matter how high thei:r strength, are to be avoided as dangerous

obedient: would run errands better'a than Companion.

boy, and never played truant. He Jo ephlne'" Ultra Luxurious Habits. DRINKING WARM BLOOD. errand. Some of the experiences had COCO 8H
was owned by a gentleman in Window, I
the butchers the
The the Na.poleon's by at slaughter houses
Empress Josephine great
Me., who said $100 would be no CODSu'.es
temptation Who Swallow a Pint Each with these
wife of tho most queer customers are quite pathetic
was a woman
for him to part with the dog.I Day-Of Doubtful Benefit. the : 1 1H
ultra luxurious habits. Four to six times a some again reverse. s
was called upon by this gentlemanfor day did she change her dress, and shenever She was a slight, pale girl, and though "About three years ago," said the
professional services. His dog came twice assumed plain the air was balmy, a shiver ran throughher boss butcher at a huge establishment, 4 &
any gown.
with Iiim. Knowing the hawk's love frame. As she put the silver goblet .
Her weekly allowance of stockings was "a lawyer began to come here regularly
for a fight. I asked the man to bring the which had been filled
four dozen of silk in summer, and in anon with hot to drink beef's blood. I can'tgive ctt-l
dog in. He wanted to know why. I blood, down on the blood besmeared his
winter two dozen of French silk hose r you name, although it is one
told him. "I want to see the bird that board it could be seen that the vessel was I well
and three dozen of the finest English enough known in the city. He had 71'd
can whip my dog" said he, and, seeing, The maiden with the I
cotton stocking A1 for gloves and empty. pallid been a hard worker and a high liver, and -
nothing would do but "see the feathers cheeks smacked her and then \11 = -
shoes Mme. Bonaparte used up three lips said his mental and physical powers all of a
fly. He did not see a feather disturbed, in low. voice the
a sweet to burly butcher sudden
to to
began give
an alarming
dozen pairs a week, and she never wore way
but his noble after the third bout
dog; before her
:
that had been washed extent. Symptoms which threatened qq
any stockings nor
ran for home, and the man could not "That blood tasted
especially good to- a
donned more than once the same pair of consumption began to appear, and he
stop him. The next week he came gloves or shoes. The lace frills of her day. consulted the most eminent physicians in
again. He had bhot the dog "on the "Will have another miss I
?
you
said
chemises cost $10 three town. They he was overworked and
apiece. Every
verge of m--.dness." "A changed dog" months she exchanged her diamonds and "Yes, I think I will." needed rest. But they could not give him i x eotI
"
'all afraid uf him, ''no longer mind. The butcher but he r
disappeared,
was
other jewels, or had them newly set, according C relief. He went to. New York and put
When 1 jot home, said he. "I found back in instant. "That will
an just himself !"
to the mutations of fashion. into t 'ands of specialist... >
the dog had come straight home and Once month too all the domestics make a pint today" he remarked, as he But his condit om bad became worse. H b'lJ
crawled in behind a pile of wood which the dark life rich and OO
in Josephine's household received fresh poured fluid reeking He came back Chicago.. On the carsa ,
I had to take down to get him out. The into the silver
girl's goblet. She man told him he to blood
liveries, and every thirty days her wardrobe ought try at t-I riCO
dog and the ground about him, were as was divided among her maids of drank it with apparent gusto. Then she the slaughter houses. He-gave up business c:
wet as though a bucket of water had turned without speaking a word, left CO
honor. Of these toilets the court lady altogether, bought himself a horse, rot1cD
been thrown there: Ins eyes were bloodshot i had four, with an equal number of sets the gloomy building, and a moment practiced a great deal with dumb bells, V
and he and showed his 0
growled later was whirling homeward in a car
and lived
of jewelry-one for the Tuileries one very plainly. Every morning
teeth, a thing he was never known to do for St. Cloud, one for Malmaison and one riage.It he started from home at 5 o'clock and
before. I had to kill him for we were was early morn. The sun had risen >
for certain took a long ride on horseback. He came
traveling. By touching 'I a
all afraid of him. I had told him what
but short above
a the horizon, and
springs she could command for her bath span here regularly at 7 o'clock and drank
the result would be still I could not
help
what, perfumes her caprice required to its golden rays fell slantingly on the I from a half pint to a whole pint of fresh
feeling sorry for him and saying so. mix with the water, the reservoirs always stock yards and on the ungainly dimensions blood, took plenty of exercise at home and I hI
Well it fault of If I
was no of the :
yours.
slaughter house Halsted
containing 12,000 francs' worth of the on out of doors and retired bed early and
had not seen the fight I could not have and Forty-second streets, where the killing !! s:=
hour.
finest odors. By touching other springs at a regular When I saw him first
thought it possible. I would not have whole of and ofa of cattle had just been resumed. i he looked like a man about to die-with
a gallery pictures prints 0 02 :=:
taken $100 that day for the dog. It wasa The
lady with the
gay: and vivacious character made its young consumptive i| hollow eyes, sunken cheeks and listless
pretty fight and worth the cost.-G. I appearance, and when she wished to look had merely done what a great :, gait. Within six months he was strong,
F. Waters M. D., in The Swiss Cross.
leave her bath she had but to touch many others in search of restored health ] active and full of life and vim. He resumed h4 :;'" ;

Summer Camp for Invalid bell when, by a mechanical contrivance have done before her and are doing I I his business, and can again workas rN v -- caHo

But perhaps the most curious and certainly she was lifted into an elegant moderately every day-drank the blood of freshly !I bard as ever without injuring himselfin =

the most pathetic of our summer warmed and perfumed bed, where she slaughtered animals in the belief that its I the least. But he is still taking plentyof

colonies out of doors is that which is re- was nicely dried. Then by another me- invigorating nourishing properties will exercise, and I see him every once in awhile

cAiited: from the hospitals. Whenever a chanical contrivance, she was lifted on cure them of their ills and that this riding on a bicycle in the park." e

hospital bas a garden attached to it you to a splendid elastic sofa which glided into healthy blood will take the place of the "Have you known many instances of

will find tents pitched on the grass. In the adjoining boudoir.-Once a Week.Chinese thin serous fluid they themselves have this kind was asked. s

some cases they will be large army tents, lost. The young lady is the only daughtercf "'V ell, no. To tell you the truth aboutit .

and through their open flaps you may Dog Skin Industry. wealthy parents living on Prairie I don't think: it was the blood that rte

see rigid figures stretched on mattresseson The rearing of dogs for their skins is avenue. She goes to the slaughter house cured that lawyer. His altered mannerof

the floor, while neat and noiseless pursued in China just as sheep farming every morning before breakfast and living is what did it. I remember the c=itb-
drinks from half a pint to a pint of I case of a lady who used to come to the
nurses pass to and fro among them. In is in Australia. There are thousands of
other instances they will be roofs of canvas small dog and goat farms scattered over blood. I slaughter house regularly and drink a
under ,\"h050.shelter feeble white the northern districts of Manchuria and "I guess it's doing her good said the I. pint of blood every day. It didn't do

faced men and women swing in cots or Mongolia. Nature has provided a magnificent foreman, who had waited on her. "ohodoesn't her a particle of good. I also knew the

hammocks. The New York hospital has protection to withstand the cold : look so pale now as she did a case of a young fellow, a student at one

one of its spacious roofs covered with of these northern latitudes, where the i I month ago. She was looking like a of the colleges, who had been taken with C

canvas awnings, beneath which patients thermometer (Fahrenheit) goes down to shadow, just ready to waste away, the consumption. He was so weak that he

who are beginning to mend are quartered 25 degs. below zero-that is, 57 degs. of first time I saw her. She told me she :I had to be assisted up the stairs into the ..... =

in order to have nature assist in frost-and it is doubtful if the dog skinsin had been dissipating too much last winter slaughter house. But it didn't help him. .....

the cure. It is very recent institution, any other part of the world are to be going to balls and parties and not After awhile he stopped coming, and the ac.

this summer encampment of the sick, compared with those that come from getting her regular sleep, and living next thing I heard of him he was dead. CD C"

but it is, I am told, already establishedas Manchuria or Mongolia either in size, under too much excitement. She'll pull For persons who are really consumptiveI S '--

a valuable part of the process of cure. length of hair or quality. The fur is at through, though, I have no doubt." don't believe any amount of blood P

The trouble is that few of the hospitalshave its best during the winter and the dog is This young woman is one of a score or would do. But persons who are simply .

spare ground enough to carry out killed before the tbaw sets in, which is more who indulge regularly in the same debilitated, with proper diet and exer-

the plan properly. Some, too, which effected not by the knife, which might practice. Oddly enough, it is not the cise and regular living, are much bene-

have the space, are so hedged in by injure the fur, but by strangulation. largo slaughter houses in the stock yards fited by drinking blood."-Chicago Her

other buildings that the sanitary value o'f It is difficult to understand bow the themselves, but the smaller ones outside ald. .
their air is the gates to which those debilitated or '--
open seriously impaired.- farmers can rear the animals for the
Alfred Thimble in Pittsburg Bulletin. price they obtain for the hides. To provide consumptive sufferers go as.to a Meccaof '.ew t :n(1 of Gunpowder

a well made dog skin rug at least promise. There are a half dozen At tilt [loyal Powder factory of Wet-

The "Canals" of Man. eight animals must slaughtered, whichat slaughter houses on Archer avenue and teren. in l;<-'gium, a new gunpowder it

At a recent meeting of the Paris Academy three tae13 per rug of eighty inches by i Halsted street and the other thorough being u'..t ie. They call it poudre papier, "

of. Sciences there was presented a sixty-three inches would allow not quite fares around. They are away from the or paper i>viler: and it is said that a

series of drawings of the planet Mars fifty-five cents per dog including the' rough crush and bustle of the stock charge of two and orb half grammes -

made by M Perrotin, director of the observatory sewing, choosing, etc., for the skins must yards, unint ted by the whoop and yell (thirty-nine grains) gn tiJ.!in a rifle of .

at Nice In the discussion ,fairly match in color. The flesh, however I of the cowboy and the ,coarse oaths of :uaU caliber, au initial Telocity of COO .',

i which followed, M. Fizeau offered an explanation is no doubt used for human food; the drovers. To these the timid women yards to the bolL This is equal to, if it : \ 0"

of the singular canals observedon the market value thereof enters largely in search cf blood repair,-and there they does not 1.x- t. the Leuei jiowdcr. ,The '

the surface of Mars, which resemble into the farm's profit and loss account. drink their fill. A few of them go there aiiditionr.1 :.tvantages are attrlouutl to it \ 't"

slightly canals used for irrigation. The When a girl is married she receives later in the day, but the most of them of no: unearh'.s thv Icrn ot ; : ",uvlir: :;

explanation whj hjie gives; is,, !haj: on sit dogs as her dowry. perhaps '" are on hand ha the early morning. Men, no biut&v.: and of c.lli-m lti; r ",::.,-

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A MIDSUMMER SONG. The Making of the Violin. I NOTICE.The thereof, A. D. 1888, within the legal hoursof :MALABAR CIGAR FACTORY.II. .

"VioUns that are made as they should sale, the following property of theabo"enamed
is list of stricken -
following a names
to market town he was up be0 be defendants C. Starck, Proprietor.
fathert GOD8 explained the dealer, "have fifty- from the registration list by the Boardof to-wit:
tor the d r.jgniel eight different Commencing 394 feet south of and 50
pieces. The
wood of the
after robins and the man Is making County Commissioners, in session Oct. Manufacturer of fine Havana and Domestic
&.D4 belly, or stranding board, should be of feet west of the n. e. corner of ,the n. e.
1st to Oct. 5th 1888 Trade
soft red fir kind : I of the n. w. \ of section 33 township Cigars. supplied with fine
triJtotllng down the hollow goes the boy that a only growing on the hand Orders
j.D4 minds the mill, Tyrolese mountains. It is light and LAGRANGE. 24 south, range 36 east. Go west 170 feet madegoods.Malabar promptly filled.

\t'bD8lDOther from the kitchen door is tillingjthawill strong and being of loose grain gives Precinct No. 1-CT Allaire, John But- thence south 137 feet, thence east 170 feet, Factory at Fla. 28

: free passage to the waves of sound. The ler, Henry Guiteu, Samuel Sullivan, Jos thence north 137 feet to point of begin-
-Polly Polly The" cow are in the corn I Ob..here" trees are cut in the winter after the sap Walker, P D Chamberlin, James McFagion ning. g F. GRAY.
Polly Also 88 feet south of and _
has ceased to flow, and the wood is thor- Robert Singleton, J N Day, Linsey commencing
gQ the misty morning there cornea a sunvjjjer seasoned Hearn Warren W D Wilson L fifty feet west of n. e. corner of n. e. \ ofn.
rrom, oughly before called fit for use. George Watch Maker and Jeweller.Shop
sound, w. :1 of section 33, in township 24 south, .
The older the wood the better. For the W Dickenson Robert Pierce, F A Stra-
*' of waters from skies and trees andground. 36 east. Go west 170 feet thence
A mnrrour neck back and sides Swiss is han. range John M. Dixon'n Drug Store.TitiuvilU, IT*
sycamore south 137 feet, thence east 170 feet, thence
the birds they sing upon the wing the pigeons regarded the only proper wood. It an- TITUSVILLE. north 137 feet to place of beginning.Also ALL WORK WARRANTED.

bill And till amend hollow rings again the load swers to a different note than the fir, a Precinct No. 2-Henry Barnwell, G W all the following parcels or tracts
lad orer fact that has been found necessary to the of land situate and in the
halloo: Young, Ab Crawford, CharlesJ Howard lying, being NAT rAN'S
"Tolly Potty The cows are In the corn Ob. highest harmony. The violins are shaped W S Jamison, Robert Price, Sterling county of Brevara and State of Florida,

-bere's PollyP by exact rule, but the slightest variationin Walker, Samuel Clark, John B Allen, and described as follows, viz.: A portionof NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION' AGENCY

trees the honey bees swarm by with any of the curves gives a difference of Francis M Berry, A S Browne,C R Cook, lot ((3)) three of section ((3) three, and a
Jove the tone, so that no two instruments sound of the north-east of the
boa and boom. May Bell, H C Carey. Wm Chisholm, portion quarter TIlE PIONEER AGENCY.
jUuJ In the field and garden a thousand blossoms exactly alike. Oliver Johnson, David Moore, James A south-east quarter of section four ((4)), all
bloom. I Several violins of the same make and Thomas, John Williams, Edmund Love, in township twenty-five (25)), south of For'terms and sample copies addressCHAS.H.NAUMAX

Within the farmer's meadow a brown eyed daisy in all respects apparently alike were John Atkins Joseph C Boone Henry range thirty-six ((36)) east, according to ,
,
blows.Aid tested to demonstrate this. They were United States survey, and being commonhknown
1 down at the edge of the hollow a red and all tuned in fifths, the lowest giving whatis Clark, Edward Donnelly, Charles Fisher as the Ryder land, in Rockledge, Haulover P. O., Brevard county, Fla.DEUIOMCO .
D Gilson Isaiah FrankA
thorny rose. George Gorey,
known middle aforesaid, a portion of which is situ-
technically (1 this
as upon
: But Polly Polly The cows are In the corn: Hartford Amos Jordan Thomas Mitchell -
,
wnere's Polly being the correct to tune a violin ate the Tropical Hotel and several other
Oh. way :r AeVJS'::
Tom Moore D R McEIveen 0 T
,
, but under the bow there was a marked buildings and improvements, and is parti-
i Bow strange at such a time of day the mill difference in the quality of tone. Rice Beldon W Smith, John B Smith, cylarly described as follows, to-wit: The
should stop Its clatter Fred Slemmer, P C Scott, Gus Thomas,
'' north-east corner of said land is located at
"Did it ? HOTEL
Id and wonders ever occur to was asked
wire listening you
now
f flit t Edward Webster Alexander Fleming
,
Very the "that the strain a point on the west bank of Indian River
the matter. reporter, put on a )
Edward Gibson, G A Hoyt, BenjaminHall five hundred and feet south of
((530)) thirty
01 wild the birds are singing In the wood and on violin by the strings is something tremendous -
.j the hill, ? When tuned to concert pitch James S McGlashan, E A McDonald the quarter section line produce, dividing ;COCOA, INDIAN RIVER FLA.Newlr .
trifle whistling up the hollow goes the boy that J A McCrory, H R Rhodes, Martin lot two ((2)) from lot three ((3)) of said section
the tension of each is about
! minds the mill. string eighty Roderick, R W Steere, W B Smith, Martin three ((3)) which is also the quarter section Furnished Room. Good T bU.
! DutPollyl Polly! The cows are In the coral pounds making 320 pounds for the four. C Savage, S C Tarver, P Wesson, line dividing the south-east quarter of the
i Oh.where' Polly Yet the thin shell so frail that a babe Harry C Wesson. north-east quarter from the north-east Terms $S per Day.t .
! -Richard Watson,Gilder. could splinter it, will resist that strain of the-south-east of said
CITY POINT. quarter quarter Special ratf'll by tie week or njontd.W3I. .
1 for centuries. Of the body is ;;
course section four ((4), thence from such
: Steam an Invisible Vapor. strengthened by little strips glued insideat Precinct No. 3-George Baker, James point on Indian River, go west across said JAHVIS, Prop'r.

When water onco begins to boil it ia different points: but it seems none the Bird, L G Chandler, Joseph Dolomer, lot three ((3)), and across said north-east

impossible to raise its temperature any less marvelous to me."Globe-Democrat. Doc Lewis, Elijah Stalworth, Joseph quarter of the south-ea quarter to the line The Neartft House to Steamboat Landing

higher; all excess of heat is absorbed by Chandler, W I Dewberry. A C Gadsden, dividing the said north-east quarter of the .

the escaping, as so called latent heat, Cloase of the Hindus.It James :Nelson, Howard Poinsett, Mack south-east quarter from the north-west

and is given out again when it con, is noteworthy that there is no word Richardson Samuel Walton, Phillip !. quarter of the south-east quarter of said THE MUSIC HOUSE OF FLORIDA,

denses. We often speak of seeing the in the Hindustani language that signifies I Wilson Henry Phillip Samuel Speed, section four ((4)), thence south along said

steam escaping from the mouth of a home. There are the house the household John Walker, R 0 Weiii. diyiding line to the north-west corner of

kettle, bm this is incorrect-steam is an the dwelling; but no home I The ROCKLEDGE. the lands formerly owned by A. L. and I

Invisible vapor and we can no more see is to his brideto E. F. Hatch in said section, thence east
son always expected bring
Precinct No. 4-L W Atkins,Augustus A. B. C.L-\.. 1PBELL'Jacksolldlle
the north houndarline of the
What do along
air.
it than we can we see are his father's house. If there are sev-
Brown Johnson Wilson
George Joseph last aforesaid lands Indian
of into which to River,
minute water thesteam '
the drops
eral sons in a family, the household becomes -
Robert Arnold Frank M Fowler
Henry which said line is four hundred and eighteen Fla.
condenses into the cool ,
on coming a large onA by the time they are
Giden Price Holler Geo M Magruder
((418)) feet north of the line dividing
boil water in flask
air. If we a glass all married. Every house when practicable -
that be Albert McDonald, Rosalvan C Perham, said lot three ((3)) from lot four ((4) in said .
shall notice seen
we nothing can is built around an open space or R J F Richardson, W S Smith, B C Wil- section three ((3)), and the line dividing the -
In the interior, and by observing the court yard the entrance to which is se-
lard S B Barnes E
Charley Barrington, said north-east quarter of the south-east ,
steam escaping from a kettle we shall cured by a strong gate. A room is set B Stidum, James Wilson, Stephen Dorsey quarter from the south-east quarter of the I will Sell and Deliver at your nearest

notice that there is quite a distance be- apart for the bjn-ci.il} use of each family Daniel C Gilley, Edward Horton, south-east quarter of said section four ((4)), station FirstCJSSPI.A..N""OS
tween the end of the spout and the point composing the household although as a II
Henry Matins, W Morgan, Charles thence northerly along said river to the
where the cloud becomes visible. This rule all the men eat together, and after- of
O'Connor, Mack Richardson,J S Roberts point commencement,containing twentytwo
cloud of steam is of exactly the same nature ward the do the but
women same they Walter Speed, J Williams, Simon acres more or less, reserving and excepting -
as the clouds which float in the sky, store their own property in their private 'Val ton. from the above that strip or parcelof

and which are formed by the condensation rooms. land conveyed by Stephen Ryder and his or.

in cool upper regions of aqueous The house. if flirt c.( a !mr man is EAU GALLIE. wife to one Robert C. May, by deed, bear-

vapor in the air.-Safety Valve. built of mud or suudriinl" bricks; if that Precinct :No. 5-II L Green, Theodore ing date April 30th, A. D. 18JS7, and recorded OR.Gr.A.NSl'Olt

of a rich man it is built of kiln dried Piazza, James 11 Owens, John A Chan- in the proper office of Brevard

Forty-Ore Million liens. bricks in a substantial manner. There is I cey, Jackson Jackson, Alex Hatley, An- county, aforesaid, in Book K of Deeds, LESS MONEY than any other house in the

The minister of agriculture has been usually one room, at least set apart for thony Emmanuel, Geo W CbanceyJohn on page 20. Also all of the north-west be United aa reprrneiitrd.Mates. 1 sissy.I \\ill putnuU.blp a Piano iLBtmiufUU or Organ to to*

taking a census of the fowls of France the men where they may receive visits IcIilIan.ViIliam Matherson E Ro- quarter of the south-east quarter of section ,guy honest man or woman on trial and 11 not

and he informs us that the country contains from their friends without the privacy of gers, Andrew Williams, George W Zair. ((4)) four, township and range aforesaid, 8aU8iactory. I will pay freight both way cash. and i25
I cash and $10 a month! on a Piano'snd $10
45,000,000 hens worth on an avenge the domestic circle being invaded. Thereis MALABAR. containing ((40)) forty acres, more or less, $5 a month 011 all Organ till paid for-not much

GO cents apiece. One-fifth of these a well or small tank, in the courtyard Precinct No. 6 Calvin Larkin W according to United States survey, reserving more than ordinary rent. On theoe very liberal
and from the tract about instrument bend fur
excepting ((4) terms anyone can own a
hens and 2.000,000 cocks arc killed annually and perhaps a few flowers for idol
"Delamater, Fritz L Dedent, Robert V four acres thereof known and described as FREE CATALOGUE containing foil information.
and sell for 5.500.000: in If there horses Violin Banjos, Guitars Ac.rordeoun -
i they worship. are cows or TurnerV A Sheet Music Strings, *
Young.
blocks one ((1)) two ((2)) five (5) and ten
,
the market. The other hens the and iu fact every :Musical Instrumentthat
80,000.000 to
goats belonging family they are
BARKER'S BLUFF. According to said Ryder's plat of said forty is made and at very low prices bend for com.
layabout 3,060,000,000eggs every year, stabled in this inclosure. All the work acres unrecorded and in the possession of plete Catalogues. I have 20.000 piece of Choice
worth 1 I.:} cents apiece. This sums up of the family fa performed in it. except, Precinct :No. 7-G B Miller, Peter Hill, Fred. F. .Manic at 10 cents ir copy. 5.010 books of Choice
to not less than $30,740,000. Therefore perhaps the washing and hewing, whichare Edward Scott, Henry GBoswell, Edward Taylor. Music& lo t't'lItI11>er copy. 6,000 Books of Choke
Also all that tract of land situate on v ocal<< and Instrumental Music at fio cents and 2&
the chickens of France produce >r6 7,200- done outside by IKTS-OHS of those Russell, Thomas Sanders, Thomas Shel- the east side of Indian Riverin the countyof I cent. Any piece of sheet music published, at 26

000 a year. They form no unimportant castes. The women of the family never ton. Brevard and State of Florida, known toM per cent below publishers price.. Books of SplE'ces
10 cectx. Send for
music
sheet site
: hem of the national debt; and whether go outside except when properly accompanied ST. LUCIE. and described as follows, to-wit : Com- Catalogue.A. each.

fried, roasted boiled or stewed they are guarded and ied.-Demorest's; Precinct No. 8-August Wettendorf, mencing on the bank of Indian River in B. Campbell, Jacksonville, Fla.

the most tender specimens of the feathered Monthly. Wm Myers, Charles F Gage, Charles A the south end lot No.one,and running north
!,, tribe you ever tasted.-Paris Cor. Stockel. 17 east in a line of a leaning cabbage tree [Mention this paper: 60-lyr.

: New Orleans Picayune. From a German Cyclop: dla. EDEN. marked with x, and on to another cabbage Notice of Election.To .
Here is the ridiculous way in which a blazed fore and aft, and on ten chains to a
German in Precinct No. 9-Charles H Smith, Homer thence south ten chains the Sheriff of Brevard County Florida.
< )Irs. Uurnett'ft Url bt Uoy. .cyclopaedia, recently published post, east 17 to ,

[ Some one recently asked Mrs. Burnett's Leipsic describes the social life of a large Allen. corner, thence south 17 west ten chains 10 KNOW ye that,John L.CRAWFORD;

oa Vivian the original of "Little Lord city in eastern New York, possibly FORT DRUM. the river, thence up the river shore to pointof Secretary of State of the state of Florida,

Faantleroy," what was meant by "so- Albany: "After dinner the gentlemen at Precinct No. 10-C H Albritton. AllanR commencement, all in lot No. one, do hereby give notice that a
ciety." ** said Vivian the reception followed the ladies to the Padgett. township twenty-seven, south of range -
"Society, "why
, salon and lighted their cigars. Those thirty-seven east in section fourteen, con- GENERAL ELECTION
it's
a thing where there's lots of people, NARROWS.
who all who did not smoke chewed and spat taining ten acres, more or less. will be held in 15re\ard County, State of
and
come to house they
your Precinct No. 11 A Lamareaux. described land
the floor. Many Also all the following ,
recklessly on
quite Florida next sucCeeding the
Tuesday
come up to your mamma. who is in the on
and in Urevard Fla
lying being county, ,,
who did not use tobacco took smallkni"es GEORGIANA.
drawing room looking very beautiful in described follows Commencing on the first Monday in November, A. D. 1888.
from their pockets, for an American Precinct No. 12-Thomas Mann R F as :
a lovely dress and they shake hands with east bank of Indian River at a stake, being the said Tuesday being the
her and say. 'Why, how do you do?' and gentleman always curries home kind Hall, S J Frost Edwin Nelson, Frank the north-west corner of land formerly belonging SIXTH DAY OF NOVEMBER,
carved slivers from
and
of knife or cut
a Allen Thomas Jackson.
then they gabble gabble, gabble, gabble, to Bethel J. Stewart and wife,
gabble, and then they come up again to the chairs; almost all of them put MERRITT'S ISLAND. thence north 07 degrees east ten chains, For Four Electors of President and Vice

lour mamma and say 'Oh. I'm so sorry, their feet on tables or chairs. This Precinct :No. 13-None.CANAVERAL.. thence north 7'1.( west to the river bank 15 President of the United States.
which wuuld insult Ger-
4; but I must go now. good by.' and then behavior, our chains, thence 18 chains and 87 links in a For one Representative for tne second
. ladies the beautitul American of Florida in the
i they go away and that's all."Boston man many south-eaoterlydirection along the river Congressional District ,
": Hearld. ladies in the room regarded as a mat- Precinct No. 14-William H Johnson. bank to the point of beginning containingnine fifty-first Congress of the United States,

ter of course, much to the astonishmentof HAULOVER. and seven-eighths acres in the formof For a Governor of the State of Florida.
the writer.-New York Tribune. to For a Secretary of State for the Stale of
Something triangle according
, About "Fairy Rings. Precinct No. 15 None. an oblique-angled ,
< ,The fairy rings of England, so fa- a survey Professor Hill. Florida.
r OQa in folk lore, began at a bit of ma- The Death of Cleopatra.Dr. OTTER CREEK. Also an adjoining piece, lying on the For an Attorney-General of the State of e
. lUre Precinct No. 16-None. north side of the land above described, and FIe rid a.
dropped by a cow or by birds. A Viaud Grand-Marais of Nantes the State of Florida.
For Comptroller
" ; fcoshrooai growth it was that ate up the has been holding an inquest on the sud- MELBOURNE. embracing all the lands included ba line For a a Treasurer of the State of Florida.
in the
No. 2
drawn from station foregoing
;- : Itoogen of the soil. No one noticed den death of Cleopatra. Ho rejects the
Precinct No. 17-W L Kiefer, G B said station being the easterly For a Superintendent of Public Instruc-
r. Jack beginning, but after awhile would theory that her death was caused by the Miller, Heywood Denard, T McCoy, E description apices of the triangle ,heretofore describedto tion of the State of Florida.

, w Been a circle of grass and within it a bite of a viper. She was accustomed to D Chambly. the Indian river two chains For a Commissioner of Agriculture of
a point on
, : u spot. The grass of the edge, or test the effects of various poisons on her After striking the above named per- and 83 links northerly from the most the State of Florida.

mgr was deeper green and more luxuri- slaves, in order to ascertain which caused sons from the registration list, the Board northerly point on the river, aforesaid,and For three Justices of the Supreme Courtof

%rit. but inside whatever grew was tho easiest death. Having shown that then made the following order, to-wit : containing two and one-eighth (:!U) acres, the State of Florida.

woted. Mushrooms of different sorts no viper was found in the room of the On motion it is ordered that 16th dayof in the form of an oblique-angled triangle, For a Senator for the 13th Senatorial

*bouded and crowded up to the edge of fair suicide, that her body presented no October be set for purpose of hearing having its eastern apex identical with district.
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the. grass. These are terrible caters of i traces of bites and that her two maid complaints from those whose names are eastern apex of the previouslydescribedparcel For one member of Honse of Represen

Bogen, carbon, phosphorus, potash. servants were found dead or dying at the striken from the registration list. according to a survey by Professor tatives.
}; AS they exhaust the soil their mycelium, foot of her bed, he comes to the conclu- 22 A. A. STEWART, Clerk. I For a County Judge.

c j* mod, extends outward, and, thus sion that her death was caused by car- Hill.Also an adjoining parcel of land situate For a Clerk of the Circuit Court.

: ""t"wting up, exhausts again. But thep7 bonic oxide.-Bulletin General de Ther- NOTICE. immediately north of the last described For a Sheriff.

I' : of the mycelium, which is 6Qrich apeutique. All persons having claims against the piece of land, and adjoining thereto, de- For a Tax Assessor.

,: plant food first fattens and feeds a estate of Edward Gibson late of B re- scribed as follows: Commencing at a pointon For a Tax Collector.For .

t.: sag of grass before displacing the same. Feeding Young Fi&lu. Yard county, Florida, deceased, are hereby the northerly line of the last described a County Treasurer.
of Public
A br rich ring of dark, stout grass is formed Mr. F. Lugrin, of Geneva, has discov- required to present them properly parcel,distant 790 2-10 feet westerly from For a County Superintendent

I,: the deposition of carbon and phos- ered a method of feeding young fish of authenticated, within the time prescribed the eastern apex of the triangle last described instruction.For .
****, and law lIon. Minor thence north 19 and 3.' east County Surveyor.
then this is crowded back the trout and salmonoid varieties. Great by to the S. in and for
d out of said 797; 8-10 feet to Banana river, on the south For a Justice of the peace
fi:1 by the craft of the toadstools. difficulty has hitherto been experiencedin Jones County Judge county, or District in said .
' this the folk did know to the undersigned, or this notice will margin in the corner near the confluencewith each Justice County.For
" ; not use to carrying the young fish through the Constable in and for each Justice .
b1t instead stand in bar of payment and also per- Indian River, thence in a southwesterly a
"'u they saw it to be the work of first year of their existence, the artificial ; District in said County.
_ ;-'Mary E. Spencer in Globe-Dem- food not being sufficiently nutritious, sons owing said estate are requested to and north-westerly direction the, by the The attention of the Sheriffs is called to
make immediate settlement with the high water line of said river to rocky
often costly and involving constant care undersigned, point at the mouth of said Banana river, the law requiring them to cause a noticeof

Politeness and attention. Mr. Lugrin's invention WILLIAM GIBSON. on the southerly ide, measured on the said election to be published in a news

Their of the Italians. consists in a material which, when spreadon Administrator of Edward Gibson de- curving shore-line, about 426 feet, thencein pa printed in the County,if there be a paper -

everlastingly praised politeness the bottom of a tank, spontaneously ceased. a south-easterly direction by the high- in the County,and if there be no paper

*i Nooks is a lot of sentimental produces myriads of minute organisms This 27th day of September, 1SSS. water line of said Indian River about 840 published in the County, they shall causeat

g not good looking andS (daphnuB, cyclops, limn. etc.) When 24. feet to Professor Hill's stake,being the most least five copies of this notice to be post-
y ?politeness is all on the surface, con- one tank is depleted the fish are drivenoff northerly apex of the last-described trian- ed in the most public places in the County.

and of the most profound courtesies to another pasture similarly prepared.The SHERIFF'S SALE. gle, thence by the most northerly side of IN TESTIMONY whereof I have

00ml* stereotyped set of nicely turned first tank, at the end of a few weeks, Under and by virtue of an execution issued the aforesaid triangle last-described 340 and hereunto set my hand and affixed
'ments, but genuine politeness they with life. f [ L. H. ] the great seal of the State of FlorIda -
' doa0t is again swarming organic out of the circuit court for the 7th 2-10ths feet to the place beginning con-
possess. An Italian gallant will Judicial Circuit of Florida upon a judg- taining 6 and l-100ths acres,being in township at Tallahassee, the capital,

JiJT*woman to climb upon a chair for Explosive Naphtha Gas. ment recovered in said court, wherein 27 south, range 37 east, section 14, lot this the twentieth day of Aug.
Idea out of reach without the faintest Two German experimenters find that Aaron Adams and John I. Howe were one as also are the two lots last above de- "'.' A. D. 1838.

ering his services, but will okgl the illuminating power of naphtha gas is plaintiffs and Stephen Ryder was defendant scribed, according'to the survey and plan JOHN l. CRAWFORD.

n 7 and be overcharged with reduced one-half by 20 per cent. of air. I have levied upon, !and will.sell at by J. F. LeBaron made January 23d, 1880. Secretary of State.

;t 7ipression3 about her grace, or he Tho mixture' becomes, explosive when it public outcry to the best bidder, for cash, JAMES: E. BOWMAN, Sheriff Brevard
Itep before her with unfailing ele- contains from about five to eighteen volumes in front of the court-house door, in Titus- Sheriff Brevard County, Florida. JAS. F. BOWMAN -

Wbe a :receive attention a window of air to ono of gas.-Arkansaw ville, Brevard county, on the first Monday D. L. GAULDES, Att'y for Plaintiff. County. '
''r e been awaiting her turD.Chicat .- ,Traveler. in November, the same being the fifth day Dated this Oct.2d, 18S8. 24 laUakasftf. J-/O., dug 201888.

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4 FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, OCT. 18,1888. .

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XHE' FLORIDA STAR.PUBLISHED Circuit Court. Ethiopia Heard from Again, Hall over the STAR office in the early I FORT DRUM. -

Circuit Court convened Tuesday with Editor of the Florida Start part of November.I I Precinc Xo. 10. Boundaries follow .
felt somewhat hurt at public I
your
THURSDAY.. Commencing
EVERY Judge J. D.Broome,presiding,and Hon.J. DEAR SIR-I feel it my duty to place allusions to my errors in orthography, I viding ranges on thirty-the: range line, di:

mi B. WAGER Editor ant FUttft D.Beggs States.attorn(>y. The following myself in a proper light before the pub- and grammar in the issue containing my eight, at the line dividing ven Brevard and thief. D
last communication but feel it
attorneys are present at this term aside may Dade counties
lie and explain my silence for the last run north on said
$1.5O per Annum. from the local disciples of Blackstone: have been merited. Mrs. Geo Washington line to township line, dividing townshiS
few weeks. As stated in last com-
my Jones who has returned from her
Fudge Mershon and Messrs. J. H. Allen thirty-two and thirty-thrce then
,
Entered at the Pout Office at Tiiuvilk u munication, I felt confident of securingthe bridal tour, has kindly consented to act I and run west to the eat line of turn
E. R. and of Orlan- Ogceoit
Gunby Hugh Murphy
and I I I
amanuensis feel
as sure can
nomination
Second-Claw Matter. of Senator on the Repub- my county, thence south on said
do: Messrs.; C. Swaine and A. J. Rose, of submit this to your critical eye without to the north county line
lican ticket,but the malicious stories that I' line of Dade county, then
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A sgvaaEIs one inch In space; 24 square Kissimmee, and S. G. Bayless, of New any fear of unfavorable comment. east on said Dade county lint
in to the
were circulated through the county
make column. The criminal indictmentsat Yours truly. place of beginning
Smyrna. new (except that
For advertising rates atwo enquire centstamp.of the Editor this term are as follows: regard to my having made a trade with ANGELICUS T. EAUFAULA. I of said precinct to be hereafter described portion r

always enclosing Mr. Robbins and had agreed to hold Ethiopia Oct. 16th, 1888.NOTICE. and known as Precinct No. 16 Otter
.
State of Florida Peter Reddick for
,
THE SEAR is the OFFICIAL newspaperfor the colored vote subject to his order, for 1- Creek) Voting place Fort Drum, Inspectors .8
Brerrd county. burglary, the particulars which our rea d- H. L. Parker
Henry Holmes
ers are familiar, plead guilty, and was remanded the support of any of his candidates on The following is a true descriptionof Maxfield Brannam, Clerk. Morzia.

The Star has the Largest circulationof of Fla. for sentence. His term will be a condition that he would support me for the several precincts of Brevard county Swain.
on the East coast
any paper number of years in the State penitentiary. Senator, come to the ears of Isaiah Gorey, and also a list of the inspectors and NA.Hmow. tttt

--- TirUSVTLLE DIRECTORY. ieddick was committed by Judge Jones. who although a bosom friend and ear- clerk appointed by the Board of County Precinct No. 11. Boundaries as followi;
Commissioners to at the general elec-
TOWS OITICLJlF.t'lIa.or State Harris for nest supporter of candidacy was com- serve Commencing on township line ditid-
vs. George burglary at my
'" sixth of
e B Rumpb. tion to be held on the day
? Clerk-IL F.Atkin n. the Haulover, at the house of Alex. Foster, pelled to give them credence. As I had November A. D. 1888. ing townships twenty-nine and thirty, i
the shore of the
Marshal ana"Ta=Collector-T. W. Smith. on Atlantic ocean, ran
A.llellor-i. F. Gray. plead not guilty and trial appointed for to- just left for the lower river to secure LAGRANGE. from thence south on the Atlantic ocean

den Aldermen, J.M IHMn 6. H., L.Ray B.,Bigelow.B. P.PaddiBon. D.L. Gaul- day. Committed by Judge Jones. E. R. proxies and was not present to refute Precinct No. 1. Boundaries as follows: to one mile south of township line dirk],

Town Council meet second Thursday night of each Gunby, :Esq. appointed for defense. them, and did not return to Titusville On the north, the county line betweenthe ing townships thirty-two and thirty-three' ,
month State W. Linde for counties of Volusia and Brevard on thence west on said line one mile southof
vs. Cha& larceny, until a few hours before the priuary
CHURCHES. the east by the Indian River, on the township line dividing townshim thir-
who stole a boat from E. P. Porcher, of met, I had no time to' convince
my line Town-
of south dividing and
First PreabyteriakChurch. Pine street west by Township ty-two thirty-three, to range line between
Washington avenu Service every Sunday at 11 Courtney, plead guilty and appealed to the friends of my innocence, and was com- ships twenty-one and twenty-two, on the ranges thirty-seven and thirtr-
a.m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday School 9:30 a. m. of the court. Admitted taking the west the St. Johns River. Voting thence north to Dividing 1
Prayer Meeting very Wednesday evening at 7:30. mercy pelled to sit silent and hear brother Go- by eight, township line -
Rev. John Foy. Pastor. All are cordially invited. boat, but denied intention to steal it. Com- nominate the list of Anti-Eaufaula place Brady's store. Inspectors George townships thirty-two and thirty.
mitted by Justice Atkinson. rey Gardner, W. P. Day, E. P. Wilbur; clerk three, thence west to the east |lineof Os
MASONIC. delegates, which as stated in the reportof
Harry ceola county, thence north on said
Indian River Lodge, F. fc A. M. meets the Fri State vs. James Quinn, for entering S.fcVarren's Roberts.TITUSVILLE. coun
the convention in .
line
day eve on or prior to nil moon every month. your paper were to township dividing town #
j. )I Elf DEL. Sec. A. A. STEWABT. W. M. house in LaGrange in day-time made by acclamation. With this expla- Precinct No. 2. Boundaries as follows: sips thirty-one and thirty-two, thence #

to commit misdemeanor,plead guilty to the nation I feel confident my former white On the north by Township line dividing east to east bank of Indian River, thence

WE regret that our space this week charge. Committed by Justice Atkinson, friends will look upon me with the same Townships twenty-one and twenty-two, north along the east bank of Indian Purer .

will not permit our giving a resume of Reddick, Linde and Quinn were remanded Brotherly feeling as heretofore, I have on the east by Indian River on the south to township line, dividing townships aa
Messrs. Palmer proven the false reports referred to were by the south line of Delespine Grant, on twenty-nine and thirty, thence east onsaid aa
the excellent speeches of after confession to await the sentence -
without any foundation whatever, to the the west by the St. Johns River. Voting township line to place of beginning.
and Bullock which we heard at the of the court, S. G. Bayless, Esq., of satisfaction of my friends, and while it is place, Court House. Inspectors, GeorgeB. Voting place, Narrows In-

Court House last Thursday evening. New Smyrna, has been admitted to practice too; late to be of any benefit to me in the Rumph, Joseph W. Rodgers, George spctors, E. L. Grav, H. Archibald, L t

They merit an appearance in our columns law in the courts of this State. Senatorial race my numerous friends M. Robbins; Clerk, J. P. Blake. B. Dawson. .Clerk, J. F. Gray. a

will to give have approached me during the past CITY POINT. GEO KG IAN A. 1
and we try a con-
few days and offered to do all in their Precinct No. 3. Boundaries as follows: x
Mr. 'Ilardee'scceptance.. Precinct\o.12. Boundaries follows >
densed report of them in our next. to remedy the injury done On the north by the south line of the as : !
power my rep- the east side of Indian
To the Democrats of the Thirteenth Sena- utation. They insist that I accept the Delespine Grant, on the east by Indian River Commencing on township on line, dividing townships i ij

THE yellow fever reports for the past lariat District: nomination for Mayor, and while I can River, on the south, beginning on Indian twenty-four and twenty-fire, thencerun t
River the half mile section line in
few days have been most encouraging.Last In accepting the unsought and unexpected never forget the mortification I sufferedat on east to the Atlantic ocean thence
the time the false section twenty-eight, township twenty-
current
reports were south the section line
there honor conferred the to dividing sections
Jacksonville
Saturday at upon me by four south east
thirty-six runningwest
and although I vowed that I would leave range fourteen and twenty-three in town e
were 31 new cases and 3 deaths, of the Senatorial Democratic Convention heldat the arena of politics forever, the expres- to St.Johns River, on the west by the ship twenty-six south of range thirty-

new cases only 6 were white. Sundaynew Rockledge, October 12th, I do so with sion has been so spontaneous and unani- St. Johns River; Voting place, City seven east, thence west on said section line I

cases 18; of which 5 were white, a feeling of reluctance, from the fact of mous in regard to my name being the Point post-office. Inspectors, A.L. HatchJ. and continuation to the east bank of In-
C. Norwood H. S. Black Clerk J. D.
one to head the municipal ticket : ,
proper dian River thence north meandering the
25 the attendingthe ,
weighty responsibilities
deaths.
only 2 Monday-new cases ; Hatter.
that after consideration
: prayerful on east shore of Indian River to the pUce t
of which 9 were white. There were 3 position. the subject I have decided to accept. In ROCKLEDGE. of beginning. Voting place, Georgian

deaths. Tuesday-new cases 58; of The position being unsought by me, order to avoid any ground for the circu- Precinct No. 4. Boundaries as follows: post office. Inspectors, R. B. Stewart,

which 14 were white. There were 2 makes me feel the more grateful to the lation of injurious reports in the city can- On the north, commencing on the west William Owen G. R Sanderson. Clerk,
vass in regard to myself and Mr. Robbins bank of Indin River on the half-mile section Peter Wittfield.
deaths. party and under more binding obligations trading the vote of this ward I have line in section twenty-eight town-

Among the deathslast week was that of if elected to carry out the principlesset decided to forego'the pleasure of calling ship twenty-four south, of range thirtysix MERRITT'S ISLAND. t

John B' Allen, who formerly resided at forth in the platform.I on that gentleman at his office until after east and run west on said line, and Precinct No. 13. Boundaries as follows.
continuation to St. Johns River the All of Merrill's Island north of
; election day as he probably reads the on
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liked did however wish and the
this place and was generally by hope
STAR, he will see this explanation and east by Indian River, on the south by township line dividing townships
all that knew him. At the time he was honor would fall upon other shouldersmore not feel injured or alarmed at my absence. township line dividing townships twen- twenty-tour and twenty-fire, (ex-

collector for the Drew hardware firm. able than mine. The platform I[ understand that my opponent on the ty-five and twenty-six, on the west by cept nil that portion of Merrill' Island

Dr. J. M. Fairlie, secretary of the adopted by the party, Sept. 5th, and re- white ticket will be Judge Atkinson. the St. Johns Riyer. Voting place, Rock- lying north of line between townshipstwentytwo
post-office. J. F. Wooten and twenty-three, which has
This man is all right and would ledge Inspectors
October 12th is young
Auxiliary association, died Tuesday evening adopted on outspokenand probably spare neither time or expense A. W. Hardee, J. B. Bower ; Clerk, been annexed to precinct 14, Canaveral)

at 9 o'clock. plain, and contains a declaration of 111 adorning the mayors seat, but be lacks R. C. May. Voting place, House of T. IL Sanders

The situation at Fernandina is inlT principles that covers the main points of the experience and ripe age that I possess. EAU GALLIE, Inspectors, M. S. Snms,S. J. Fields J.M.

proving No new cases are reported at in My service in the State Legislature in '68 Precinct No. 5. Boundaries as follows ; Thompson. Clerk, J. R. Miot .\

Gainesville and Sanderson and Mac- With an efficient State Board of Healthour and spotless record as mayor of Quincy, On the north, commencing on the coun- CANAVERAL.Precinct {
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Florida, in '70 gives me a familiaritywith ty line dividing the counties of Osceola No. 14. Boundaries as follow j
State have the des-
! deny report only two. deaths. might escaped handling the reins of government and Brevard, on the township line be- On the north by township line, dividing -

tructive fever bcourge. The liberal which will insure a better administration tween townships twenty-five and twentysix townships twenty-one and twenty- ,

IN another column will be found Mr. grants and reservations of our public of the muncipal affairs of Titusville, running east to the west bank of In- two, on the east by the Atlantic ocean: ,

Hardee's letter of acceptance. That it lands to the Atlantic Coast Canal Com- than the young Judge could hope to dian River, thence southward on the on the south by township line, dividing
i the of Bre- give the people. It is true as has been west bank, of Indian River three milesto townships twenty-four and twen-
suit
is which will people has detrimental to our in-
one pany proven stated by his friends, that he will stir the section line dividing sections eight- ty-five, on the west by Banana River,also
vard, no person can deny. On the most terests and impaired immigration to this things up, and that his gushing exuberant teen and nineteen, thence east on said all that portion of Merrill's Island

; important points that we need legisla- section. Of course the vested rights of and energetic nature will leaven the section line, and continuation east to lying north of township line between

tion, viz.: the status of public lands, the Company may not be touched or affected i aldermanic moss, but the head that is the Atlantic ocean thence south townships twenty-two and twenty-three.
Law he gray with years and stored with wisdomis along Atlantic ocean to the township line Voting place, Burnham's grove. Inspectors
and the Local Option comes i by legislation, but whatever has
the fitting receptacle for the dignitiesof between townships twenty-seven and N. N. Penny, H. Wilson. J. H. Ho-
out squarely and defines his opinions.As been won to them by misrepresentationshould the mayorality, and I have it. twenty-eight, thence westerly on said gan. Clerk, Robert Ranson.

Mr. Hardee has been chosen unani- be undone, and I pledge myselfto I understand that several of the aspi- township line to the west line of Brevard, HAULOVER. .

mously by the representatives of the make a close scrutiny of their status rants for council are bitterly opposed to thence north on said county line to place follows:
No. 15. Boundaries as
election, and state that it is a mat- of commencement. Voting place, Olmstead's Precinct
JCople-delegates at the conventionand and concerns, and to endeavor to lift the my On the north by the south line of Vo
ter of business with them to see Mr. At- store, or Eau Gallie post-office.
i
as he has promised to lay aside his clog of reservation from every acre of kinson elected (is it possible that any i Inspectors, C. J. Young, A. R. Hodgson, lusia county, on the east by the Atlantic line

own interests to look after the welfare I land possible! that it may be opened up compact exists between the candidates for I John McAllister. Clerk, J. F. Bergin. ocean, on the outh by the township and twen

of his County, it really falls upon every to the bona fide purchaser and settler.To council and Mr. Atkinson, that mightnot MALBAR.: dividing townships twenty-one Indian River. y o-
the west by
! Democratic voter, as a duty he owes to my prohibition friends:; I will venture honorably exist between themselvesand Precinct No. 6. Boundaries as follows : ty-two on house on north tide of the
place,
other who be elec- ting
I himself his and his to I think their interests will be any person might Beginning at the point directly west of J. D. Vann. Inspectors
party, county, to say ted to the office of mayor?) I would ask the head of Creek new canal owned by
IL
Turkey
source on
vote for Mr, Hardee, and for the entire as well protected by me as by one of Mr Norwood if these things are regular? the line, between or Brevard and Osceola, J. D. Vann, E. C. Summerlin,

t Democratic ticket. their own choice. Article VIII of the I am gratified at the prominent place counties, thence running east to the head Walton. Clerk C. II. Nauman.

The sixth day of November is only Democratic platform reads: "We are given brother Stidum on the Republicanticket of said Turkey Creek, thence along the OTTER CREEK.
and feel con fident he will reflect south bank of said creek to its mouth Precinct Xo 10.Boundaries as foW .:
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little weeks in the future butt ,
; over two strongly in favor of Local Option law the
crdit his when he takes
upon race charge of thence directly east to the Atlantic Beginning on county line between
when that day arrives Brevard shouldnot under Article XIX, and would recommend the clerk's office. His election is now assur Ocean thence south to the line dividing counties of Brevard and OscepU at the

only give her usual majority to the any further legislation that may ed. The nominations of a clerk by the townships twenty-nine and thirty, thence township line dividing townships thirty-

Democratic side, but she should elect be necessary to carry out its purposes." "sorehead ticket" will divide the Democratic west to county line between Breyard and four and thirty-five at Otter Creet,
vote, and brother Stidum will Osceola counties thence north to place of thence running east to AllapatUoaieeflats
nominee the regular
.. every placed upon The acceptance of a nomination on a -
: walk in with his usual] bland smile. Voting place post-office at flats to line between ranges thirty.se"en
I ticket, and when this is done, )little side platform should pledge a candidate by While I was somewhat disappointed at Malabar.beginning.Inspectors Ed Arnold, \\-. P. I and range thirty-eight, thence sontn on

: issues and political misfortunes will be every honor that is sacred to man to failing to secure the Senatorship I am Arnold, A Bolton. Clerk, F. C. Macum- I F range line to Dade county line, tbenc

: forgotten and laid a ide. carry out the principles set forth. In convinced that municipal matters are of ber. west to county line between Bretsrd and
more importance at present. What has BARKER'S O ceola counties, thence north to place
! See that you vote the straight Democratic accepting the nomination I accept on the BLUFF. Creek.
ward from the
ever town Otter
our got present of beginning. Voting place.
ticket with eagle on it to count and stand if elected Precinct No. 7. Boundaries as follows: *
no
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l platform pledged, government, and what part of the town On the north line dividing Inspector, Joel Swain, Hardy J
: it out. Let the eagle flap his wings the to carry out the principles therein set deserves more aid? What neighborhoodis townships twenty-nine by township and thirty, on son, Archibald RaulerH Clerk, Jogs

: next day after the election.We forth to the very best of my ability. more susceptible- of being beautified.It the east by Indian River,on the south by : Addison.
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is naturally most lovely situationin .
In conclusion I appeal to township line, dividing townships thirtyone MELBOURNE.Precinct
: learned of the marriage of Mr.Felix your party this vicinity and destined to become Boundariesai folio**.
and the the No. 17.
United will be thirty-two, on west by t
loyalty. victory ours ; the finest residence portion of town. Bream
.I A. Gibson to Miss Georgia Collier too late county line dividing Brevard and Osceola Beginning on a line between
divided fall. This is what Dr. Graham told when 1
we may us where line between
for publication last week. The ceremonywas counties. Voting place Kitching'sstore. and Osceola counties
located here and he knows twentyI "
G. S. HARDEE.Dr. we something Inspectors, Dempsey Cain B. \V.JeromE' townships:; twenty-seven and
performed on the :!nd inst. by the Kev. about real estate. We want aid to ,
com- line them
Walter Clerk intersects said i county
Walter
. W. N. Chaudoin, of LaGrange. Mr. and Ilughlett'scceltance.. plete our public school, we want the Kitching., Knight. I east eighth on aid line to the .\tW1UC

1 Mrs. Gibson will probably make Turnbull grass removed from the shores of Sylvan ST. LUCIE. ocean, thence south to a point tlirectIl
i their future *home, where Mr. Gibson has Mr. A. Cleveland, secretary, Brerard Co. i lake and would like a canal cut from east of the mouth of Turkey
Prohibition Democratic Convention this beautiful sheet of water to the river Precinct No. S. Boundaries as follows: Turkel
: mouth of
I had of the school the thence west to the
charge public during On the north, one mile south of the
I I so as to make it navigable, with this done, north bank ol s. I
: last year. The STAR extends its congratu MY DEAR SIR-Your notification of our down river friends,could come up in township line dividing townships thirtytwo Creek, and along the thence dinctly .

I lations. my nomination for the position as representative their boats and anchor at our backdoors.If and thirty-three, on the east by the creek to its head or source: Brewra and

I. in the State Legislature is I am elected I promise to do all in my Atlantic Ocean, on the south, by town- west to the line thence between north to tkI

f Notice to Tux-payers. hereby acknowledged.I power to have these improvements car- ship line, dividing townships thirtyfiveand Osceola counties, Voting UM
thirty-six, on the west by line t place of beginning. ply J
shall .
ried out and strongly the range I
I'i The tax books of Brevard county, for accept the nomination-standing oppose i bournepcut-office. Inspectors,
expenditure of a dollar in any other part dividing ranges thirty-seven and thirty- C. Uea31ey. Clerk,
! the year 1888, are completed, and are in squarely upon your platform in all of its of town until my plans for improving eight Voting place, store of Canning tor D. .)JcQuaig.0

r the hands of the Collector, and I have provisions.I our ward are consummated.The Company. Inspectors, J. S. Bell, Thos.J. E, C. Thomas.

sent to all parties, of whom I had their shall appeal to the manhood and intelligence Congo Literary and Musical Socie- DeSteuben,James Paine. Clerk, W. SATE OF FLOIPA, >

! address, the amount of their taxes. The ty held its usual meeting last Thursday McMillan.. : BREVARD COUNTY j
changes In the Tax Law has been such of my countrymen, in its evening. The most refined and cultured of EDEN. This is to certify that f theoboacdforegoin
i hightest sense, for support, and if elected our citizens were present. Mrs. Martha Precinct No. 9. Boundaries its follows: is a true copy rt" i
that one will Ir.ive to give a descriptionof several p
I promise my best efforts to secure the en- Washington Wiley recited "Curfew shall On the north by township line divid- ties anc'designations of the of

, any land they should want to find on actment of such law as will guarantee to not rinto-night" with great dramatic ing township thirty-five and thirty-six, cincts in Brevanl county as alJpesr'rtiI1record t,

I the tax books by lot, section, township power, and Robert Lee Jackson sang, on.the east by Atlantic Ocean, on the in my office. I. Cfho';
t I and range. A lar :amount. of land is the people what they have said at the "Way down upon the Suwannee river," south by the county line dividing Brev- that the inspectors and clerks batk

assessed unknown. 1 will take plea- ballot-box, they desired, and what they with much pathos and delicate expression. ard and Dade counties, on the west by mentioned were duly appointed lonerJ to 1rft

I In information about have said in their platform they still de Rev.Isaiah Gorey entertained the society range line, dividing ranges thirty-seven Board of County Gomm:
euro giving any sire. with a few remarks on the subject of and thirty-eight. Voting: place, Eden in their respective prec1nct5.seal this 8th,
\ land to anyone who will write me. Very'respectfully yours, "Home refinement" which were highly post-office. Inspectors T. E. Richards, Witness my hand and

I : W. R. SANDERS, WjJ. L HUGHLETT. appreciated. We understand the society E. L. Lucas, E. J. Shattuck. Clerk J. day of October A. D. lsss. Clerk

f Assessor for Brevard Co. Rockledge, Fla., Oct. 15th, 1888. will give a public performance in the Howard LeTornau. A. A. STEWART.

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J. political Deduction. L. C. OLIVER. F. T. BUDGE.OLIVER .

; FLA., Oct. 16th, 1888.I '
s j OCELEDGE : & BUDGE

jMgr Florida Star: RUMPH'SMILLINERY n" '\ ,,.
principle of pol- <- ,
indisputable
.
I: 1ti ,an and incontrovertibleS Dealers in ::
economy, *n

fact. in politics, especially in this coun-

11 / that the people, can best, and inS GEORGIA PINE LUMBER
the of _
; through
: only, agency political
: .can ;>>
parties, for no one can successfully
SHINGLES AND LATHS.
t contrOvert the fact that political parties

"'.,' merely the agencies, through which
m achieve and attain the object
General Hardware:
{?, ', & people
} limed at, in movements rendered neces- ,

reform existing evils,indeed; the AND

&i: ; student grr, to of history, must invariably come Sash Doors and Blinds ; Stoves Tinware and Crockery.

,.. totb t conclusion at last, in tracing out, ,

his investigations, researches, and
la
( studies,the cause of, and for, any certain DRESSMAKINGESTABLISHMENT PAIJSrTS AJSrD OILS,

4 < and result, and rice versa, the ef-

;, feet tom,and result of any certain cause, attained Refrigerators, Water Coolers, Ice Cream Freezers,

and accomplished.
,
All reforms in this country at least, Screen Wire, Screen Windows, Screen-Wire Doors.

. hire bad their origin, in and from the

r, BUM of people, inaugurated of then POWDER AT NEW YORK PRICES.
' and by themselvesand successfully -
;' dies, TITUSVILLE FLA.
carried to an issue, and the reform accomplished TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
.
, ,
,1 through the agency of a political -

t party, of that there can be no TROPICAL AND SUB-TROPICAL FRUITS AND FLOWERS.

doubt in the mind of any student of political TITUSVILLE Egyptian Queen Pine Slips.

economy, and of politics, and them
INDIAN RIVER NURSERIES.Bone .
essf ul inauguration of reforms in thiscountry.
The reforms inaugurated, and FURNITURE STORE.A. Meal, Tobacco Stems, Cotton-seed Meal, Cow Peas & Fertilizers.

jccomplished, through and by the politics I have just received my STOCK of CATALOGUE MAILED FREE. TERMS CASH.

parties, of this country forms the MILLINERY GOODS; this embracesthe JOHN B. BEACH, Indian River Nurseries, East Melbourne, Fla.

most interesting, and instructive, of any LATEST STYLES and SHADESof

subject matter, or political economy, intricate Frosotier, I IRRIGATE IRRIGATE I !
" and difficult, to trace, in all its

> ramifications. we may find it, in ascertaining LADIES' PROPRIETOR. : :-

the :why and wherefore,the cause

and effect of all reforms. And when ex- The requistes of a good Wind Engine

isting political parties, agents of the peo Parlor Suites
FELT & STRAW HATS I are POWER LIGHT RUNNING SELF-
,
II
ple, are unable, or unwilling, or both, to {I
with, and reform existing evils, the I' l
cope Bed Room Suites ''G O VERGING STRENGTH TO WITH-
people organize one that will effect their r

( will and purpose. I am of the opinion, RIBBONS, FEATHERS, Etc. STAND STORMS, DL''I t ABILITY, A SIMPLI-
that neither of the two great patties of Beds Mattresses S;i V
'
I CITY. .7
today can or will solve the difficult ,

problems of our times. And from the I Springs Numbers of tes- timonials can be

peat Democratic and Republican par- ,
,shown to the Kirkwood Wind Engine -
ties, elements, migratory spirits, have prove
And everything in the FURNITURE
joined together, and from that union has MISS SWAIN, a lady of experiencein '
.
line. Call and see the New Stock i posseses all. these.
beenborn a new party. It is but babe Dressmaking and in Trimming Hats received. .
just
reset, but it is growing, growing, in will be in charge of this Department to

strength every day, it is receiving sustenance Design, or trim to order all Hats pur- Keeps full supply of metallic and wooden 1
THE KIRKWOOD WIND ENGINEIs
,and support, of and from it parents chased, if desired. She will also Design
Coffins Cases and Caskets.
Democracy and Republicanism, they are and MAKE TO ORDER DRESSES the Most Reliable, Durable, Lightest-running and Powerful Wind Engine in- '.
growing feeble in their very strength, when the materials are purchased from Funerals attended if desired. All or- vented. Coupled with its symmetrical design and handsome appearance makes it

and sooner or later the babe, who is named -, stock. It is not my intention to estab- ders promptly executed, and at reasona- most desirable and economical for the purchaser.
: done. 22AGENTs..an '
"Prohibition" will have grown into a 'lish a Dressmaking Department to my rates Embalming MILLS, TANKS, TOWERS, PUMPS, PIPING.

giant, and taken their place.All business for the profits in Dressmaking, .. make 5.OO per I, Mill can be seen in operation at my place at Eden. Write for Illustrated Catalogue .

reforms originate from the peopleand but only to assist or promote my sales in profit. We Belting beat our the ,free. Address,
I .
for low price A
are inaugurated by them, at home, Dress Goods. Goods bought elsewhere ICED PLUSH IMIOTOnitAFlI ALBUM.8X G. LOUTREL LUCAS, EDEN FLORIDA.

in their own communities, for their own will not be made up. x 10U clasp, Embossed, holding padded 32 pages tide of,Cabinet and,extension Card- 23-Cmo.

food, and better government.The 1 bought three thousand dollars worth) pictures In Japanese sent Morocco.for 81.00,retails Illustrated for circulars$2.25;bound FREEof also

people of this county inaugurated and more inDry -the STYLEM above and OFForhe FINER

the longest'and most needed reformation Cincinnati.: A McJIaklii Ohio. ,ALBUMS "

of the greatest evil afflicting andunder I double their money
AGENTS Belling our BRASS::
which humanity is suffering to-day, last Finished Corrugated

September a year ago, A. D. 1887. The : Goods REFLECTING{ SAFETY LAMP. ..t

.people themselves inaugurated that much Can be sold In more light than three ordinary lamps.
and long needed reform, will they carryit Full sized Lamp sent by Express forthirty
cents. We also have the best
to a successful issue? It is alocal'reform selling cones Pot In the U. S.
Send for illustrated circulars to
,one that concerns! themselves, it is in few FORSHEE&McMAKIN.CInclnnatl.Q
And can show you, a days, a CAMPAIGN BADGESFOR
county issue and the Prohibition party -
Most Excellent Assortment in Material

has been organized in this county, to and Gradqs of Prices.A PORTER &: POTTER
effect that reform by the election of men ,
large portion of these I had the
ho will carry it into effect. I
Z. X. Z. good fortune to secure at Bankrupt Sale, Real Estate Dealers

and secured some Bargains, which I propose SALE AT

to divide with Customers.I Lake Worth, Dade Co., Fla.
2 -The social party. In reply to numerous my

:: inquiries as to when Messrs. cannot attempt to enumerate the Lake Worth, Florida is the most tropical part of
the State. It lies parallel with the ocean beach, is
.j Walton & Durst purpose giving the next varied lines I have to offer, but kindly iil miles long, of an average width of one mile, is '
connected with the ocean b.v an inlet, and is nowhere :r :BiRNB4tJM:
:k racial party at Wager's Hall, they beg invite! your inspection. MyGrocery over three-quarters of a mile from the ocean. ,
' to The Dishing and hunting cannot be excelled, pom-
that it is their intention of
.: say not pano,blue fish, sea trout, barracuta, ebeephead and
' Spring another at present, but may do to other fine fish being easily caught by trolling or
pith a net Deer and wild turkey are plentiful in
j later on. the pine woods beyond the chain of fresh water
i lakes which lie west of Lake Worth. Beautiful co-
THE ONE PRICE CLOTHIER.Clyde'sNewYorkCliarleston&FloridaS.S.Line.
Stock roanut groves are in bearing all along the shores of .
1 The Bane of the Dentists. the lake,and guavas. mangoes, sapadillos, alligator
pears, sugar apples,Spanish limes.Jamaica apples, .
Neuralgia the bane -'
and abscesses are tamarinds, coffee, goosberry trees maumee apples, >
of the dentists. Patients come to them maumee sapotas, almonds dates, figs, oranges ; "if
with their faces swollen to twice theirtztaral limes lemons,citron and all kinds of tropical Iruit-c .'
and flowers are doing finely here. This i*the most ::
size and as sensitive to the touch Will be arriving in a few days, and I I eastern part of Florida being 100 miles east of the :r, : -.\.
J* ; gouty foot, and will insist upon longitude of Jacksonville This brings the Gulf .' > .
.. Tmg the tooth taken out at once. They hope to interest you in prices and goods part Stream ot the nearer coast to, and the land thus here insures than the at most any other even
***a misery and must have relief. In offered. My temperature of any place in the United States. A
TIin the dentist assures them of the im- large acreage is put in garden truck every winter
to 20.000 bushels of early tomatoes being
from 15,000
Pcs ibility of an operation. They insist grown every year, which bring from $1.50 to
and "he protests. He dare not suggest Seed Stock of 100 Bshls. Irish Potatoes $5.00 per busheL Good hotels, stores and post-
the idea of leaving the extra amount of offices are convenient. Lets of all size and prices
secure d by the above firm, who have almost aU of
cheek in the office with him for a week the best land to sell, Parties buying now will in ,
*until it subsides, and so he probably short time, more than double the purchase money .
**tempts that I hope to have in soon. The uncer- Lots range from 5 to 10 acres all fronting on Lake
lancing operation may of them safely through Worth. Prices from $30 to $300 an acre Anyonr I GEXER.il. OFFICES : 3 S BROADWAY t NEW YORK.
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successful or otherwise, as the case tainty getting wishing further information enclose stamp to the
.J may be, but the patient is appeased and quarantine has caused delays on first in- above firmNotice I NEW YORK, AUG. 16, 1838.
that is the chief result to be desired.Herald. .- stallment. These will be Sold Extremely

Qiio Low for first-class Seed Stock. I will or Dissolution.The FOR FERNANDINA, FLA., DIRECT.Steamers .
firm of Verbeke and Dickson is

Tea and Coffee. have also Commercial. Seed Stock at a this day dissolved by mutual consent. are appointed to sail from Pier 29, East River, New York, 7E"ery

Tea and coffee are not foods. If this less price. Joseph IJ. Dickson will continue the '.;
pair of moderate stimulants were lost business and is authorized solely to col- Wednesday: at 3 p. m.
from lect all debts and accounts and will also
off:
the!
face of the earth today and %
forever tvould! not take away an MOTION IN HATS AND SHOES. pay liabilities.CHAS. T. VERBEKE, \RE.'V ,Sept. 26th :

m ounce tf ,\ .ml I do .
no prosperity. They JOS. R. DICKSON. FE..OlW: FERNA.NDIN A \
bUl.t'l ? hiaiply cumbercrs thnyM Fla. Oct. 9th 1SS3. 25IVeiv
Rockledge, ,
?...t a.lj to nothing snve expense. Ladies' French Kid Shoes, former DIRECT FOR NEW: YORK. t> : :

-fotra D-Kt.rat. price, $5, reduced to $4.25. Partnership. Steamers are appointed to sail every TUESDAY, as follows : ...

NOTICE. The firm of Verbeke&; Dickson hang 4 '
To all vhom it may concern: Straw Hats, 50 per cent. reduction ono been dissolved, and the good-will and GULF STREAM.......Tuesday, Sept. 25th, "

We, the undersigned citizens of Br former prices. business of the firm having been transferred The freight and passenger accommodations are unsurpassed. Every attention will be*
rant to me, I have associated my given business entrusted to this line.
.
fiovembcr county intend to on the 16th.day ol brother D. .\. Dickson, with me as a Direct all shipments from Sew York via Clyde's Florida Line,Pier29,East River.
.
18SS, apply to the lion For further information apply to
under the firm name of J. R.
D partner _. J, A. LESLIE, .Agent, .
Con Broorae Judge of the Circuit Yours truly, J. A. STEAD Agent.
; Dickson & Bro. and the new firm will ,
of the Seventh Judicial Circuit oi Fernandina,Fla. 88V.Bay St.,Jacksonville Fla.
Flotilla continue the business .at the old stand. TIIEO. G. EGER, Traffic Manager, WM. p. CLYDE CO., GKX'L AGT.,
t for a decree lejmllzinj our ad- Grateful to our friends for their patron- 33 Broadway,N.Y. 12 South Wharves,Philadelphia 85 Broadway, N.Y.
;?5 oAn<*Edna McCrory, infant daughterv hitherto I respectlully solicit a 1M.. IRONMONGER, Jr..General Traveling Agent JickaonTiUe.Florida. .
,
age
"f JHcOrory. GEO. B. RUMPH. continuance of their custom. Since last season VENTILATORS have been constnjcted on'the iron steamers for the:

2G ROBERT CARLILE' !, $' 25 J- U. DICKSON. better transportation of Oranges and Vegetables.'t'
ANNA CARLILE.
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6 THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, OCT. 18, 1888.IF. '

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'
Fretting and Dyspepsia. when ..rising'up suddenly. The GUMS REVOLVERS. Send stamp for price list CADS
to JOHNSTON &SON, Penn.
Pittsburgh,
We all recognize the loss of appetite bowels become costive ; the skin is
1C when her eyes meet mine my eyes are sealed that follows anxiety or the sudden shockof MARVELOUS A. GL GR.\S --
By the last twilight that shall ever tall grief; but we are not sufficiently"alive dry and hot at times ; the blood L. 1)1PJ
With life and forever .
recall.And
hope past :
all their longing by death's love kiss healed to our own folly to trace the same inevitable becomes thick and stagnant ; the .

Perhaps forgiveness like some lily fair, connection between.fretting and whites of the become tinged ATr'Y-AT-LAW AND HRARY( pun
May bloom for him who sleeps so soundly there. dyspepsia. Yet it is as certain that we eyes MEMORYDISCOVERY. 'tltt

tax our digestions every time we sit downto with yellow ; the urine is scanty Rock Ledge, Florida.D. -
If,under shadows that could never cease ttt
I was at rest forevermore at rest- eat after an attack of worry, as it and high-colored, depositing a se- -
A simple wfldwood flower on my breast would be if we were forced to eat as L. GAULDEN,
diment after There is .
ftr
If placed there by her hand might send me usual after a heavy sorrow.Demorest'a standing. :

peace Monthly. frequently a spitting up of the food, Any hook learned in one reading. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
A violet cluster taking from the skies Mind: wandering cured. ,
The summer depths of her sad sometimes with a sour taste and
violet eyes Loss of Tour Pencil. Speaking without note*. Tituaville, Florida.
Wholly unlike artificial systems. ff
If fa the silence of that last long sleep To prevent the loss of your pencil sometimes a sweetish taste ; this is Piracy condemned by Supreme Court. f"rla

She could but read the mystery and seeThat through having it slip from your pocket, frequently attended with palpita- Great inducements.. to correspondence JONES: & 'VII.LIAISttorneYHatLa", -
she alone was all life held for me. rubber band around 1a."!'f"4.
put a one end. The Prospectus with opinions of Dr. VTm. A. Hammond l
her heart would tion
Mayhap across of be-
one pang sweep. the heart the vision
rubber clings to the lining of the pocket ; the world-faiuetl Specialist in Mind diseases,
To think that even death could make no less .
The sours dim sense of utter loneliness. with tenacity enough to prevent the pencil comes impaired with spots before Daniel and Greenleaf other rent Tbompcoti frw l>y, the great Phrenologist .\ .

from falling or being jostled from the the there is feeling of Prof. A. LOISKTTE. 237 Fifth Are.. New York. Titusville. Florida OtfW
a
And if at last we wandering shall meet pocket, yet not enough to make its intentional eyes ; pros- 20. t
In heavenly fields of asphodel above removal at all inconvenient.The tration and weakness. All of these -
Will the remembrance of our buried love GEO.3l. BOBBINS, .\
Make the white paths of Paradise less sweet rubber also comes in handy some- symptoms are in turn present. It JIFtf
If in the byways of that far off land times as an eraser."C. L. B." in The EXHAUSTED VITALITY J.1.
Oar journey's cross by some lone stream oca Writer. is thought that nearly one-third of ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, sfay
OF
we together stand? has this disease in TIIESCIENCE t y
our population %T :'VENCE. peat TITUSVILLE I
-Ernest McG :ey, I Woodpeckers: of California. I FLA.M. :
of its forms.It Jff Medical Work of the
Curious those some varied = CJ i1Ti
woodpeckers are in Call- = OFD llFf -
ii Manhood \
age on ; errI -
Dolls of Eastern Siberia. fornia. They will dig out hundreds of has been found that physicianshave ::- one and Physical Dcbillty A. THRASHER, f i a
I -
-
Lieut. Hooper writing of the peopleon holes in the bark of a pine trw. as round mistaken the cause of this \ Premature De- I

the east coast of Siberia, says: "Few and smooth as if bored Lan auger, and .Errors Youth, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW :
countries*are there where dolls are not a in every hole they will! hammer nc rn.1 I disease. Some have treated it fora KNOVJ THYSELF iid the untold m1er- P. O. Box 20. Cf
the Tusld children have fes consequent thereon. 300 pages 8 TO., 125: ; 8ANFORD, FLL D
prescriptions
great resource; end and hammer Will
big out, it so tightly liver complaint, others for kidney for all diseases. Cloth full gilt,only$1.00, practice in all the counties: of the Setttft
theirs; make and clothe them with the you can scarcely pull it out. Why they by mail, sealed. Illustrative sample free to all jrounij Circuit and Supreme Court. I 11l
minutest attention to details; every arti- do this no ono knows. Tho vrcxxipeckerhas disease etc., etc., but none of these and middle-aged men. Send now. The Gold ana t fa:

cle of dress is provided and everythingput not given his reasons and man cannot kinds of treatment have been attended Hi Jewelled Medical:Medal Association.awarded Address to the author P.O. Box by the]59.5 Nation'.listen R B. BURCHFIELD, tI

on and off in the proper manner. find out.-Prentice Mulfoni in :.'cw York Mass., or Dr. W. II. PARKER, graduate of -- t
with for
it is
The boys have miniature sledges boats I Sand tar. success ; really I Harvard Medical College, 25 years'practice in Boston I

bows and arrows; the girls their constipation and dyspepsia. It is No.,4 who Bnlflnch may be St.consulted Specialty confidential/,Diseases of Man.. Office, COUNTY SURVEYOR. Cr

dolls, and also embroidery which they I !:(] 1"llon In America. also found that Shaker Extract of I Cat this oat. You may never see it again* Orders
Americans have the habit of --- by mail will receive a*
early begin to practice as a pastime, good going prompt
and soon become expert in."-Youth's to college. It is said, r.s to the learned Roots, or Mother Seigel's Curative attention as calls in person. tta..

Companion. nations that in this country one man inevery Syrup, when properly prepared I II I PARKER'SHAIR BALSAM Address: Georgian, Fla.
200 takes a college education' in
Thrift of Victoria's .Servant. ; will remove this disease in all its I Cleanses and beautifies the hair. -- -
Germany one in every 213: hi Englandone I I I _Promotes a luxuriant growth. ATKINSON :.
John Brown who probably received in e'eQjOO., and in Sooihnu vise inevery stages. Care must be taken however Never Fails to Restore Gray H.F.
more presents than other menial in Hair to its Youthful Color. UhlBlt
any GOO. The grade of ;;.:ll'4.1 intil- to secure the genuine article.IT Prevents Dandruff and hair falling
the history of the English court was ligence is higher: ii: lu Unites! States 50!!.and 11.00 at r>rncxri ta. JUSTICE OF THE PEACEFor

shrewd enough to anticipate the embarrassment than in any ater e.,;::.:::: oj ilio globe.Cuica.ro WILL SELL BETTER THAN COTTON. |
which would be en used to his Ile-ju.J. G R.i'I'Ch'I'LC'OiIFOfl.TIYG.EPPS'S the Second Justice District of Bre- IllIG'bJt
friends if he died possessing the gifts Mr. John E. Hemptinstall, of dmafirmee yard county; Court days, third Monday >

themselves so it was the prudent custom Cleburn Co. Ala. writes COCOA. of each month. ys-
Well supvrtf; 1 i is ';.d! to bo the theory ;
of that domestic to sell nearly everything hat many ii-.i!,.: "'-.jv caused by suffocation "'My wife has been so much bene- BREAKFAST. _
that he received within .
few
weeks. Johu Brown was constantly a ii 1--.1 \.::::,.': Uizxirds in the fitted by Shaker Extract of Roots, "By a thorough knowledge of tl>e natural laws \(3TILE.All bI
nnrtlin cst. which gout tlic iH'-r.itions of ditfet-t-on and uu.
being complimented with costly gifts, or Mother SeigeFs Curative Syrup taitirlJl, sad .In' a curt-fill piilicatinn of the hue pro persons concerned will tale lolly1aL

but he wisely preferred to possess their s.n'l I S i.< z'w !.:': :.' Lo i p=.xr which that she she prrtira: of wll-Wted ('.ot'fllI\Ir }:.pi'* bas pro notice, that thirty day= after date. adf

value in cash, and in several cases the cannot In? t.':'a .::: ,,..... .; t......'.i tl::,-, jjjoe says would rather be b uUd everage our, whit litealfast'b mac tal.l-switli.ave in HMIIV a 11t'1if'Iiravjr&teh-ftavored doctors I intend to apply to the Honorable Joba.
Bond btreet jeweler who had sold the of winduvv ;-.._.;; without part of her food than with- bill. It M Iq tli.jmtn-ioiiH use of such articles odiet f D. Broome. Judge of the Circuit Court lira
present to the royal donor bought it back .- .--- the medicine. that. a tf."iihtitnii n In-umdiuilv. built up of the 7th Judicial Circuit of Florida, ia ilt_
out It has done her .
wail .tr"lf'l.lh li tn r Mi>t every trudfucr to and for Erevan
within short time County for leave to
the
a recipient at ,.
fro Hhctric I'.t! in calces (.f Lx is a dls"i>Hf HIIIU1 ti-> of Mibrlt* ni lailies me floating
more good than all the doctors and adopt and for a decree of his honor legalizing .1
the .
I very nearly cost price.LondonI novelty for tli* Uuuiiuut:',.: of t 1""OO.l1iabroad. !: round n reijy tn uttack wlit-n-ver there isweak a
I all other medicines I point. AVf ilia)" e"c" man} a fatal shaft bye ; my adoption of Edna. Infant tatS
put together. : ?|>ini.> onr-l... ex ties! fortified with pure blood child of James A. McCrory. and for the _1
anti a |u !>?rly iionmlnd) Irarae." Cinl Service
The Cat of Cnrmah. would ride twenty. miles to get it Gu.ttade custody of Paid infant. WI
Nothing succeeds like UUt.mw's "iinj'ly with boiling aster or milk
Burmese cats are curious looking ani- success.-New York P &t. into the hands of any sufferer if he Sold onl in half-pound tints, by Grocer, labelled DRUCILLA K. MCCEORT. alai
maK They ]have/l a joint in the middle linn: JAMIS{ EtPS CO., Huniot>i+tbic CheminsLondon Titusville, Fla. Sept. 19th, 1888.
it in other I believe England. 34 ladto
can get no -
of their tails. which appendage is in consequence way. ,

crooked and sticks out in' an For Cleaning Pijj'a Feet. it will soon sell in this State Circuit Court of the Sertnth Judicial !
angle. They fine of the A machine for cleaning pig's feet is HINDERCORN8.The .
are specimens ; Circuit of Florida Brtrard County
better than cotton.TESTIMONY ,
only rare Cure for Corns. Stops all pain. Earargi I
cat race and very useful in a house. about the last thing expected in the line comfort to the feet. UaatDrugzistau Hiscox&Co..N.Y.PARKER'S A. D. 1888. In Chancery. Ib
They will attack a venomous snake with- of invention but that machine has been FROM TEXAS. J. H. FOSTER 1

out hesitation, and show much dexterity devised and does its work by the successive Mrs. S. E. Barton, of Varner, GINGER TONIC vs. t :1&sa:
I Dissulu I tlon I olIn
in it impact the material The best of all remedies for
killing one, biting on the back closeto against to be F. MORTN &; IIATTIE
the head. If bitten, as one of my favorite cleaned of btecl knives held on a revolving Ripley Co., Mo., writes that she ion.Inward Exhaustion Pains, Colic and aU Indiges-Stomach .)IORTE. .hig wife j Partner.hlp.IIEXRl" Stnsib

Toms was once by a cobra, they cylinder by flexible connections like had been long afflicted with dye- and Bowel troubles. Also, MORTEN J J br
will retire the rubber or other elastic material. the most effective cure for!
to jungle, where eat Boston
they -
pepsia and disease of the urinary Coughs Colds, Bronchitis and I It appearing from the affidavit of the ti14tiif
some herb nature points out to them, Budget. affections of the breathing! above named plaintiff that the respondents >Q
and, after the expiration of a few days organs and was cured by Shaker organs. It promotes refreshing F. Morten and H. U. Morten bU 1GiRut
the ,
come back to the house very lean and View of the Harbor. Extract of Roots. Rev. J. J. Me- sleep overcomes improves nervous prostration appetite, wife and Henry Moiten. are noo-reil- _i

hungry but well and frisky as e'\"er.-. There are some advantages in New and gives new life and strength dents of the State of Florida, and that
Cor. San Francisco Chronicle. York even for the penniless and home Guire, merchant, of the same place, ic the weak and aged. 500.and aim at Drgguists. their respective residences are Coving-

less. For instance one of the ,most who sold Mrs. Barton the medicine, ton, in the State of Kentucky but thai CIdI

Mormoudom's "Old Folks' Day." glorious sights in the world can be seen he has sold it for four 'ea1'8 PIONEER COOPERAGESyrup the Post Office address of the laid F. bit
Americans generally might well follow all day and every day from the Battery says ) Morten and H. B. Morten is 13:! Mala Uir

tho example of the Mormons: in one park, scenes shifted every minute and and never knew it to fail. Barrels $2.25. Street Cincinnati Ohio and that the

thing namely, the observation of a holiday no extra charge for reserved seats. The SHE WAS ALMOST DEAD. Gauged to order ten cents extra. said respondents are respectively ovef :
called Old Folks' Day. Holidays millionaire can buy nothing finer with all the age of 21 years. It is ordered that
commemorating some national event are his money.-New York Sun. I was so low with dyspepsia that Wheelwrighting and Repairing. the said i respondents. F, Morten H. B. '.

too apt to be seasons of noisy unrest. A there was not a physician to be C. 'O. B.Honco Morten, his wife, and Henry Morten, do -
before the 5th of
respectively or. or day
day devoted to the old folks would be Insanity Ir.:
Among Negroes. found who could do with
anything November A. D. or
1888 answer
plead
barrels and Oval Water Breakers
the occasion of .. iile
delightful family reunions -
Thirty
years ago insanity was almost demur to the complainant's Dill of Complaint
I had of the heartand from 82.00 tat
and would be a distinct gain to unknown among the southern negroes, me. fluttering up. herein tiled or the game will be
the home life of the people. It would but now the number thus effected in swimming of the head. One Tanksand taken as confessed and the complianant ta

also promote that reverence for old people North Carolina alone i w estimated at day I read called I allowed to proceed ex-pa rte with said lit.Ja
which is so often lacking in this 1.000, and the asylum for treatment at your pamphlet all kinds of COOPER WORK to order.T. cause. And it is further ordered that a :

country. We need more holidays of the Goldsboro has just been enlarged.: -New "Life Among the Shakers," which dis- copy of this order be published In tb. ,.

right kind. Let us have an Old Folks' York Press. cribed my disease better than I JOHXSOX FLORIDA STAR newspaper,published to tIFlo
Day.-New. York Tribune. LaGrange. : : Florida. said county for four consecutive week :'
Left Alone In the 'World.Va.rra.ntI could myself. I tried the ShakerExtract prior to said 5th day of November A. D. .

Beef Tea In Calk. have father of Roots and kept on withit 18SS.; WITNESS the Honorable John D. rat
: no or mothernor
5,000 Budded Trees 'For SaleAt Broome Judge of said court as well M 1
,
The preparation of the huge quantityof any relations at nIl to care for me. until to-day I rejoice in goodhealth.
beef tea is one of the sights of the Philanthropist-Poor all A. A. Stewart, Clerk of said court and i
London hospital. One hundred and dead? man are they Mrs. M. E. Tinsley, Bre Low Prices. seal of said Court at the Court House W t"C

seventy-two pints a day is a part of the "No; they got rich.-Texas Siftings vier, Muhlenburg Co., Ky. Titusville. in said county, this 18th day .
patients' bill of fare.-Chicago Herald. 60,000 in Nursery. of September A. D. 1888. .
For sale by all druggists, or address A. A. STEW.ART.
? A Great Day. Apply to W. H. SHARPE, Clerk Circuit Court.
the A. J. White Limited
The Burlington Free Press says it is a proprietor, Jones and Williams solicitors lor com
Called Her a 'School Lady." great day for garden beds when tho rain 54 Warren St., New York. City Point, Fla. plainant. ** I

"Don't call me a school girl. I just comes down in sheets. Yes, and it U a '"
hate it," said a little miss just fresh froma great day for hay harvesters when the Ittt

Toronto boarding school the other day.I rain comes down in pitchforks.NewYork WM. H. SHARPE, lLVJallory: JS. JS- Line
thought of the discussion over the term Tribune. ,

shop girl," and of the preference some .

of the employes in our dry goods stores What Is this Disease That Is REAL ESTATE AGENTFOR NEW YORK AND FLORIDA.FROM .
had expressed for the term "sales ladies." ,.
Coming Upon Us ?
"Very well, my dear" said I, "I suppose FROM NEW YORK CITY FERNANDINA J.Jt.,
and the other little school ladies Like thief at it steals ,
you a night up PIER 21. E. It., EVERY FRIDAY.r CE TaE STREET WHARF,EVERY TBU&V**'
are real glad to have the summer holidays
come." The little minx looked on us unawares. The patient CITY POINT. NEW YORK, BOSTON AM PHILADELPHIA.Ihe 'In

puzzled, teased and finally disgusted, and have pains about the chest and k10
Iron Steamships STATE OF TEXAS, CITY OF SAN ANTONIO,
for twenty-four hours I called her a sides and in ;
sometimes
the back. GRANDE, compose the Florida Service.
"sehoo11ady." till she begged for Lands sold on long time with interest, or h
mercy
and for a return to the good old term, They feel dull and sleepy ; the on the lease system, or for cash. Passage Rates, between Florida and New York always -

"school girL" I wonder if there are any mouth has a bad taste, especially the Lowest. k
little school ladies in Buffalo.-Buffalo Lands cleared and planted and cared for .c6r Rates of Freight always Low as Competing Lines.
in the
A ,
morning. sort of "
News. sticky if desired ; by contract or otherwise. Early Morning Train Every Thursday from points on J. T. & K. Railway
slime collects about the teeth. The connects with steamer same day at Fernandina. I 1r

Indians as Marksmen. appetite is poor. There is a feeling ]- Refer to E. M. Breese, Detroit, Mich.; SCHEDULE. r<<
Generally speaking, the Indian is not Jno. C. Norwood, Titusville, Fla.; B. W.
as accurate a marksman as his white like a heavy load on the stomach and J. Stras,Tazewell Court House, Va.; {- Steamships sail from Fernandina every Thursday p. m? after ,

i brother. He does not seem to understand ; sometimes a faint, all gone and A. Becker, Montreal, Canada, for arrival of trains from South Florida, and morning trains from Jacksonville !' I

how to use his gun sights to ad sensation at the pit of the stomachwhich whom I have made erovea. follows : ,
vantage. Still, he is far more success CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder..Thursday, An* .

r ful in hunting, as, being thoroughly conversant food does not satisfy. The Opened for the Season. CARONDELET, Captain Evans..Thursday, Sept

with the habits and customs of l eyes are sunken, the hands and CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder...Thursday, l3th
different animals, he displays great ingenuity rlifrA man-who is interested in his own CARONDELET, Captain Evans..- u 20th ,I
and skill in planning his attack feet become cold and clammy. After welfare will be pleased to know thai CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder...Thursday, CJ1th .

and invariably brings down his game. awhile a cough sets in, at first dry, ANDREW GIBSON CARONDELET, Capt. Evans.......Thursday, Oct4SOCTHBOCSD

Pipe of Peace. but after a few months it is attended Steamships ul from New York Pier No.21,E. R.. foot of Fulton .t. cTer Tlu' 4'11
Keeps the finest oysters to be found in at 3 p.m. M follows: 1J J
Professor Elisha Gray of Highland with greenish-colored expectoration. September 28th; October epidemic 19th, 26th. Tort '4
Park Ills., first; used the word -telephone" Titusville, During the yellow few steamers will contiune their regular schedule between New i
The patient feels tired and Fernandina. Order freight Tia this lino. 1c 1
in the winter of 1873-.l. O-Direct all Freight Tia Mallory from' Tart
Steamship Line Pier No. 21 E R. New
AND SERVED IN STYLE TO SUIT PATRONS. .*i
Leo..seatedinformation
.
all the while, and sleep does not 43-Special Agents are located at all principal points through Florida, where tickets can 4

A million dollars goes a long ways towards I seem to afford any rest.. After a -0- WState rooms obtained.and berths secured in advance from JackscnTille and Fernandina office.43Traics .
makin'an ordinary citizen a states Plain and Fancy Cake made to order. from F. R. & N.R'y. mn directly to ship's side at Fernandina.
man.-Boston Globe. time he becomes nervous, irritable Baler's Bread always on hand. tt .Anjr further information can be obtained from
J.I. CUTLER, Passenger Agent corner Bar. and Hogan streets,Jacksonville J'1a. i
and gloomy and has evil forebodings. Also first-class Barber shop attached. R. W. SOUTHWICK Agent Fe 'Daudina, Fla.
If your tot blows ofT In thf J'PC.t flow 1 There is H. H.RAYMOND, General Traveling Agent
a giddiness, a sort Meals at all from 5 a.m.to 11 p.m.

will it chase with it .for gentle you.tli-;Harper's nit -. t*1'a.iif'V:ark xi: I of whirling sensation in the henr d Parties and hacks hOunt'-will please eave on note morning this. mailboats C E ,MALLORY & CO., General l Apis Pier 20 E E M TOM Cf Tt



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THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, OCT. 18, 1888. \ 7


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'DAUGHTERS OF EVE. R30 OOJ O. aHardware-. :IQIEOTCXFI. l SOEl.G-.IL J.W: PROCLAMATIONBy (
; an advance of $ ;3 t,,. *.uU corresTomLng ,

gfrJa'-high school has been time in 1887.iie the Mayor of the\\\Town of Titutcillf,

A JIiD oO Pool of Bethesda has been satisfactorily and Florida.

carted aA.V..Md.C. Wnkins, of the identified at Jerusalem, according to EVAPORATORSMILLS To all whom it miy concern mIll to
Httie boons.is the statement of the
chairman
)011 of the Pales-
TOO and 800 the registered voters of the Town of
between
of tine Exploration fund.
Titusville. .
I Larcon has a plidd face, quiet eyesJjrrty The Rev. Dr. Walter M. Barrows has resigned General Produce Notice is hereby given that the annual
hair knotted In curls at her ,
tinted his position as secretary of the Ameri- Election of the Officers; of the Town of -

sect can Home Missionary society, and accepteda Titusville. Florida will be held on Monday -

/rt Frank Leslie has been most cordiallyby call to the Second Congregational churchof MERCHANT. And Syrup Makers' Supplies.For the 22nd day df October. 1SSS,
jjpted the literary and artistic set in Rockford, Ills. when the Mowing officers will be

London- The Roman Catholic statistics for Sew Melbourne. Florida elected :

Via Alice B. Farley, of Port Hudson, I*., England are as follows: Priests, 900; seminarians One Mayor, one Marshal and Collector

i,one of the most successful cotton growers 233;churches, G02; chapels and stations A. M. Hamilton & Co. Catalogue and Copy of Sorghum of Taxes, one Clerk and 'Treasurer one
!:l 7 Assessor of Taxes and three Aldermen.L. .
jatbe atatAIrL ;colleges ;academies,38;parochial Grower's Guide, address i, ,
Levi P. Morton was born and raised schools, 205;pupils, 09,103; charitable institutions TTTUSVIIiLE, FLORIDA, J. II. Vinson, L. A. Brady.., andS.

Island. Her maiden name was ,30; population, 1,185,000 CHAPMAN & CO. MADISON IND. II. Traflonl are hereby appointed
CG staten Street. Wholesale Dealers in ,: judges of said Election, and r.. C. Oliver
.AnD clerk of said election.

JJlis gee trying Gaston to sell is much some reduced oil paintings financially left, Tho last law UI signed List Law.by Kaiser Fred Indian River Oysters THE day Witness of September.my hand 1SSS.and seal this 13th

,
her father. erick was one permitting soldiers of tho
pall s. u. RAY
Guards to wear full beards instead o.f ,
! Irt Julia Ward Howe has learned to FISH: AUTOMATICSELFSKIMMING Mayor, pro. tern.
mustaches only.
French Italian and modern Greek

jfcoe 1 her marriage.Cam Green Turtle and Game.All NOTICE.In .

ImogeneUpham is suing the Chicago ve.t5y Coloml :=en.
orders will receive prompt and careful attention County Court, Brevard County,Florida.
Cit1 railway for$30,000 damages for injuries There arc said to be more than 100 whether by telegraph,
j delved while alighting from a car.jn colored men in Washington: who are letter or person. 17 By the County Judge of said County:

; Carnegie made a fine collection of worth $25.000 or over. Fred Douglass AND Whereas Geo. F. Ensey of Titusville,

views during the coaching tour has a fortune of 300000.. E. Chase has applied to this Court for Letters
Geo.
\ photographic castle. I of Administration on the Estate ur
to Cluny
London
tram A Home Indorsement. Perpetual Evaporators Albertina Gailor. decease. late of said

Lie Derereux Blake thinks that "every Mr. N. H. Frohlichstein, of Mobile, County of Brevard.

j jinied: woman should have an equal share Ala., writes: "I take great pleasure in Chandler AND THE These are, therefore to cite and ad-

,, jf the family income"Eist recommending Dr. King's New Discov- Ship monish all and singular the kindred and

Lucy A.Plympton,of Albany, will be ery for Consumption, having used it fora creditors of said deceased, to be and ap-

I delegate to the International Geological severe attack of bronchitis and catarrh.It Improved Victory Cane Mill pear before this Court on or before the

.I jongrefl at London in September. gave me instant relief and entirely Boat and Vcssle Supplies, all kinds 20th day of October. A. D. 18S8. and lllo

Hrt Crawford, the Paris correspondent of cured me and I have not been afflicted Patent Anchors, Chains, Blocks, OUR SPECIALTIES. objections, if any they have to the grant-
i, jbe' London Daily News,has been admitted to Canvass, Galvanized Wire ing letters as aforesaid, otherwise the
since. I also beg to state that I have Also Portable Soda Fountains.
Rational Association of Journalists Rope, all sizes, Tents, same will be granted as prayed. ,
I the tried other remedies with no good result. Ladders
Spruce
Witness my name as County Judge of
ipla.] Ehunpke. the first female house surgeon Have also used Electric Bitters and Dr. Copper Paints, gal's, 12 sal's, qts.!! B ? Prices Low and Goods Guaranteed. the County aforesaid, on this 12th day of

3, in Paris, was married recently to Dr. King's New Life Pills, both of which I Spar Varnish, gal's, 1-2 gal's,qts,pts. September. 1SS8..

, Dejernie an eminent young French phy- can recommend." Oils and Leads, all kinds. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. 21 MINOR S. JONES, County Judge.
Iidan. Dr. King's New Discovery for Con- F. W. DEVOE & CO'S READY MIXED PAINTS,

Mia Frances Wetmore, who has been appointed sumption, coughs and colds is sold on a In fact anything for Building Sailing boats. SIIERIFF'S SALE. .

government physician for the Island Trial bottles free at
positive guarantee. Ilart's Block, 90 East Bay St., If have Under and by virtue of execution issued
j cfEflo,makes her visits on horseback and all drug stores in Titusville and on Indian you any an -
' saner every call. River. JACKSONVILLE. FLA.O out of the Circuit Court for the 7th

Vn. M. W. RavenhilL of New York,. beats OLD FURNITURE Judicial Circuit of Florida, Brevard Co.,
the record of youthful grandmothers far To the Ladles. The BUYERS'GUIDE is upon a judgment recovered in the court of
., issued March and Sept., the Honorable Minor S. Jones, county
She was 33 old when her Such
as
reported years There are thousands of ladies throughout -
each year. It is an encyclopedia judge and ex-officio justice of the peace for
,, daughter born. the country whose system is poisonedand I of useful infor. Brevard county, Florida, and transcribedto
, JQs Emma Black,the rival of the beautiful whose blood is in an impure condition, mation for all who pur CHAIRS, said circuit court, wherein D. L. Gaul-

, Xbq Chairberlain, is engaged to be married from the absorption of impure matter, dueto chase the luxuries or the SOFAS den was Jlaintitl.and Hannah M. Sasserwas
t; to u American at Buda Pesth. Miss Black menstrual irregularities. This class are necessities of life. We defendant I have levied and
;4 mooted the place accepted by Mrs.Hamersley. peculiarly benefited by the wonderful ton- can clothe you and furnish you with ORGANS sell at upon will .
all the necessary and unnecessary public outcry, to the highest and
A number of ladies in Philadelphia get ic and blood-cleasing properties of PricklyAsh appliances to ride,walk, dance, sleep, best bidder, for cash, front of the court-

: their bonnets very cheaply by having a clever Poke Root and Potassium-P. P. P. eat, fish, hunt, work, go to church, PIANOS, house door, in Titusflaie' in said county,
:'fi rid milliner out of employment come to the Roses and bounding health take the or stay at home, and in various sizes, on the first Monday in November, tho

.ti bass They pay her $5 a day, and in one day place of the sickly look, the lost color and styles and quantities. Just figure out BUREAUS, same being the 5th day thereof, A. D.
what is required to do all these things
the bonnets and hats for all the the general wreck of the system by the use
l' trims up COMFORTABLY and you can make a fair BEDSTEADS 1888, within the legal hours of sale, the.
women In the family. of Prickly Ash, Poke Root and Potassium, to-wit
estimate of the value of the BUYERS'GUIDE following property, :
Lady Philippa Howard, who is going to as hosts of females will testify, and many which will be sent upon Or any other Furniture that you wish Lots three and six ((3 and 6)of section 28,

tads London physician, is the fourth of the certificates are in the possession of the Com receipt of 10 cents to pay postage, township 21, south of range 36 east, con-

present Duke of Norfolk's sisters. She is SO which they have promised not to publish MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. RE-VARNISHED AND POLISHED, taining 58 acres, more or less.J. .

yetn of age. Two of the Ladies Howard are and all prove P. P. P. a belssing to 111.114 Michigan Avenue, Chicago,111. Call on the undersigned, at the headof E. BOWMAN,

'1 teat It is considered a great mesalliance in womankind. Main Street, Titusville, where you Sheriff of Brevard countv, Fla.

,'. Ehghnd for a duke's daughter to marry a Renews Her Youth. LUDDEN a BATES SOUTHERN MUSIC HOUSE. can have all or any of the above articles Dated this Oct. 3d, 1888. 24lUSTER'S

- medical man. Peterson made to look as well as New; or will
Mrs. Phoebe Chesley Clay
,r Princess Ltetitia Bonaparte will receive : remarkable, call at residences when work can not be SALE.
tells the
Co. Iowa following PIANOS.
f. some becntif wedding presents from the moved. Also all kinds of Ornamental
; citizen of Turin. The artists of that famous story, the truth of which is vouched for Notice is hereby given that under and
Sign Painting a specialty.
t, Italian center intend to combine all their by the residents of the town : "I am 73 by virtue ot a final decree of sale and .

j iH3: to produce a lovely casket, and twenty- years old, have been troubled with kid- V. DEt.TitusAille. SNOX: foreclosure rendered by the Honorable

d toor ladies of that city are planning to tur- ney complaint and lameness for many ORCANS Fla. John D. Broome, judge of the Circuit

Bfoh! the bride's boudoir with gorgeous furni- years; could not dress myself without 15tf. Court for the Seventh Judicial Circuit of '

; bn and hangings. help. Now I am free from all pain and the State of Florida on the twenty-

and able do all second day of September, A. D. 1888, in
lilac Adelaide Thompson of Philadelphia, soreness, am to my own C. II. SCOTT
tie is worth over $3,000OOOandwho is now housework. I owe my thanks to Electric a certain cause in Chancery therein !
m Bitters for renewed Mid-Summer Sale EASTERNHAIRIIIESSING pending in the circuit court for Brevard
wer years of age, is attracting as muchttectfoa having my youth,
removed all disease and county, and for the circuit aforesaid,
this season at Long Branch as ever. completely pain. SALOON.
Ikii! Is her twenty-second season at Long Try a bottle, 50c.and 1 $, at all drug wherein Thomas E. Hibben is complainant -
and II. A. Pierce is defendant' and
Bunch,and she is occupying the same room stores in Titusville and Indian River ;
, on If[ clean and shave
want
a
you easy I in
tithe hotel that she has had every season.Ir& as Master Chancery, will sell tor
BUY NOWAND As clean as barber ever gave, cash to the highest bidder on Monday.

Buckner, wife of the governor of I Il l l, Just call on me at my saloon, November the 5th. A, D, 1888. the same

I Kentucky, wears as ornaments a conch shell PAY WHEN At morning, eve, or afternoon.I'll being the first Monday in the month

tapln and sleeve buttons which, in addition e in front of the court-house door,in Titus
cut and comb hair with
{ to their beauty, have the charm of a ro- your grace
ki COTTON IS SOLD.MIDSUMMER To suit the contour of your face; ville, Brevard county. Florida betweenthe
Btntie history, having been purchased by
To I'll legal hours of sale, all the following
for you give a good shampoo,
'1 relative
: Gen. George Washington,from
described real estate, to-wit:
The of which is known few.
; a itipwrecked and destitute sailor and art to
; by NS i In the county of Brevard and State of
k'l Kfflworn on the coat in which he was in. OFFER. My scissor's sharp, my razor's keen, Florida, beginning at a stake on the line

'i; ararated. They are beautifully preserved PYRAFUBE My shop is a ways neat and clean, of the St. Lucie Sound in the south-east
I;. tad the coloring is exquisite. A BUKX CUBE 1OE And I'm find
& FEVER, everything sure you'll quarter of the southwest quarter of
'Kme Mutsu, wife of the Japanese minister CHILLS, UE 1,000 Flrst-Class Pianos and To suit the taste and please the mind. section number four ((4), township number -

Washington, is one of the favorite ladies ouMBAD \ Orjjnnn to be Hold in June,July, And to all who intend thirty-seven ((37)) south range num-
now patronize
tf the qL August and September at Spot ber forty-one (41) east three hundred
". mikado's court. She is petite and ( being .
Just
Cash Prices, Payable, come along and bring friends
your ,
I1ender in person and gentle in manner and PIANOS 925 CASH DOWN. And I assure I will try and thirty-five ((33T) feet and seven-
'1tbedead black hair clear olive you twelfths north of the section line and at
- complex- / ORGANS, $10 CASH DOWX, My belt to satisfy. ?
and kindling black eyes of the Oriental \ and the balance next November very may. the north corner of a lot sold! by ThomasE.

I I f white teeth are perfect and there is not ist, without Interest or advancein Richards and wife to I). F. Brown,
silos! of care weariness in her mobile face. Price. All oar Pianos and Or- running thence westerly along D. F.
trails, included in this sale, our THE SLOOP AGNES
rye Sb5 has an only daughter, who is 14 years Cheapest and our Best. No ex- Brown's line to the edge of the savannah,
'iji aid She dresses with a refined taste and has ceptions. Your choice from ten commanded by thence northerly along the savannah six
'.1 d bergowns PYRAFU6E leading,: matters and over 300 bundled feet stake
.. from Paris.GASTRONOMICAL. LIPPMA' styles and Prices. CAPTAIN JOHN McLEAX to a thence easterlyand
.jt' IS CALLED THE Makes regular trips on Indian Iliver.SIZE parallel with the first line to the

h t'. TID BITS.I' -SUMMER BARGAINS 1888- CARRIES A FULL SUPPLY OF Saint Lucie Sound ; thence southerly on
Chill and Fever ExpellerIt
Wonderful the Hue of the Saint Lucie Sound six

lea is nothing quite so good for making cures the chills and fever strength tones and up health the system to the, New Makers, New Instruments, New GroceriesDry Goods hundred feet to the place of beginning,

I' Metes of children now as green apple pie.Inttest gives an appetite, bringing Styles,New Prices, Great Improvements Canned Goods, containing twenty-two ((22) acres, moreor
less, being the same land conveyedby
in : in our Lower Priced Instrument
tber are children in rapidly decreases when Large purchases enable us to offer Re- Hats, Boots and Shoes, Thomas E. Hibben and Jennie K.
. seen
public places: sucking
duced Prices. Here are samples. Hibben his wife to said II. A. Pierce, ,
m .p.p.1 Ladies' Shoes in great variety;Prints all by deed, dated the first day of May, A.
; ,:doesat seem to matter what the stock is PIANO 7S Octave Up. new patterns at low prices. D.1886.
;' mulligatawny so long as the right. Large Size Witness hand and
,ta soup curry $225 :SStnnsr Beautiful Rosewood Ready-made Clothing Toilet Articles my seal, this 28th
(Prickly Ash,Poke Rootf and Potassium.) Case, toll 1 Rich Tone. Guaranteed day of September, 1888.
Pried hominy is said by one.of the New- perfect aud durable. J/oAer" Price, \OTIO\S. WALTER S. GRAHAM [SEAL],
caterers to be CURES f65" Master in Chancery Brevard
-
improved by sprinkling county.
For the cash
"fia 7M Octave, Up- & only
nutmeg. JONES: & 'VILLIAlS.Solicitors ,
)r PIANO. rlghtGrandLargeIe Match U.46 Cm.
PPlet are about done now for the seat SYPHILIS LIU 3 Strings, Full Iron for complainant. 24
tLis trill leave a void at Sun- Frame, Ivory Keys, Rich County Court Florida Brevard
... many Primary Secondary and Tertiary Syphilis,Syph Rosewood Ca.{(. First-class every way. County.
teas. Equals Pianos usually sold at $500 and $350" By the County Judge aid County. In the Circuit Court of the 7th Judicial tCiJCtlit
Taylor recently saidI would tione. Maker11 Price, Iwith Florida Brevard
of County.In .
&pend all diseases of the blood all those that have Piano..a Plush Top Stool, To all to whom these presents shall ,
a' next. twenty years in Africaftij resisted other treatment yield steadily and surely Handsome Cover, Instructor, Chancery. .
come
greeting:
heaven. to the wonderfut power of P.P. P., the great Music Book and all Freight Paid. -
Blood Purifier. Whereas Laura E. Willard applied to TILLIE HATCHETT Petition to become
,
report that Gen. Booth commander of
Salvation Octaves,2 sets this court for Letters of Administrationon Ex-Parle. l Free Dealer.
Army, is to visit the United ORGAN 2 Octave Keeds the estate of Benjamin C. Willard a
SCROFULA ild
,
the fall, is denies' Walnut Case. HighTopLamp Decree of Court. it
deceased late of said
Stands,Music Pocket, county of Brevard, .
a d epicures enveloped their hands in fa an impurity the blood, producing Lumps or Full Sweet Tone. Maker'Price,$150.S50 these are therefore, to cite and admonishall This day this cause came on to be
of glove, so that they could pick out Swelling, causing Running Sores on the Arms -- and singular the kindred and creditors heard on the of the Master in '
e100dw'hile or Feet, the cnre of which use P. P.P., n D P t M Four Full Sets Reeds, report :
Legs
burning hot. the neatest bloodfor medicine on earth. All these UnllAil. 10 Genuine Stops, of said deceased to be and appear be- Chancery in and for Brevard county,
ei with or without apple sauce, diseases: yield readily to the power of P. P. P., S 65chasers Rich G..-e, Beautiful Parlor Or- fore this court, on or before the 16th day Walter S. Graham, and after considering
." able giving new life and new etreLgth. Ran. T1.ou--ands sold. All pur of November 06D.. 1SS3 and file ob
vr
$ and in order, and in table delighted. Maker"Price,8200. the evidence therein contained it appearing -
r;* at all events, make a change. With Each Organ n Fine Stool, jections if any they have, to the granting to the satisfaction of the court that

a iS Ltherans in this country havo begun BLOOD POISON nn Instructor Music Book and letters aforesaid otherwise the same the petitioner. Tillie Hatchett, is possessed -
revision and a translation of theColession All Freight **al *. will be granted as prayed.In of good business qualifications, !It
Aag ; sometimes in cases with
Cured in ita worst form ;
testimonyhereof, 1 have officiallyset Is therefore ordered and decreed
and of Luther's Small Erysipelas,where the patient was in Eternal Pain adjudged -
:I ana given up by the physicians. In some cases 15 DAYS TRIAL.Order my hand and seal this 2nd day of by the court, here, that the said

Scrofulous.Ulcers broke out till the party was amass Oct., 18S8. Tillie Hatchett be, and she is hereby licensed -
to Potatoes'at some hotels really of and test m your own Home. MIN6K
8. JONES
diseasebyielded quickl.wasRHEUMATISM to take charge of and control her L-
an JJ iad had been prepared to eat in procured,and the No money required until Instrument 25; County Judge. estate, to contract and be contractedwith
: come to this country in a is satisfactory. We Freight both
stag pay
vessel to sue and be sued, and to bind .
ways if no sale. Thi. fairest IVOTICE. herself in all respects as fully as if she
Pt'&rI and rice would seem to be Our Instruments are good wa5to The firm of Dixon and Is
Benson
a And In all Affections of the Blood.P.P.P.stands Druggists were unmarried, and that she hereby
"be:. srd dish at summer hotels, alone and unrivaled, and some of ita cures are a Vial always gives a r.I is this day dissolved by mutual made free dealer. It is further ordered
oz. will surely get enough of really wonderfuL I lend for Mld-8IJ mmer-Sale Cir- consent. The senior partner -John )I. that this decree be published four
the a If you Buffer from anything like Syphilis,Scrofula cular. Dixon will continue the business,'and weeks iu succession in the Fi-oniDA
Blood Poison U1 er 01d Sores Bhenmatiim REJE rBER. Loa-ezt Prices; EatiettjVrmt
=call for the seventy-ninth an- or any disease of the blood be cure and :Best Instrument Fin Stool and Cbvettf pay all debts and he alone is authorizedto STAB a newspaper published In :Brevard r:
) of the A. a a F. M. has Just eire P.P.P.a trial. AU Freight Paid to Day Tai; Six collect money or accounts due said county.
P.P.P. (Prickly Ash. Poke Root and Potas- Tear*. GU41"tJ.Atee4 Dealing; One Price ...
firm.
O meeting will be held In Done at chambers this Oct. 4th 1888.
lImn)is no secret patent medicine like the many Only: Money Saved; All ,
on-tbe market. Its formula la on every bottle -Jonx 31. DlXo JOHN D. BROGUE,
pb Of the American bcr-, .r the thus ririug a guarantee of ita purity and whole LUBDEKU BATES KtfGEK P. BE soN. Judge Circuit Court of 7th Judicial
does
blood
s ending!TrithJoae 1 ., xvere I eomeneae that no other purifier give. -<<>OV rugs!* MUVC HOUSE.VANfcAH.. GJL Dated this 18th day of Sept.1888. Circuit of Florida.Ii 2v



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8 THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, OCT. 18, 1SSS.


LOCAL LACOMCS. Messrs. T. Hatchett & Co. have just I To the Public. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. FOR SALE. -:=:. I

-Quite a number of Banana Riveritesare received 10,000 feet fo Georgia cypress TITUSVILLE;; FLA., Oct. 16th, 1888. The best salve in the world for cuts, A tract of land on Indian Hirer

in town this week attending court. suitable for boat-building etc. Editor Florida Star: bruises tetter, sores, ulcers, hands salt rheum chilblains, fever county of Brevard, consisting in of*i* I
sores, chapped ,
acres; it being lot >
-Mrs. Jarvis and her sister, Miss Har- -Col. V. J. Shipman, Republican i In making a few remarks before the corns and all) skin eruptions' and posi- of the northeast quarter o. 3, and of south half I

rison, of Cocoa, were visitors to Titus- nominee for Governor will give an ad- late Prohibition Convention at Rock- tively cures piles, or no pay required.It and lot No. 3, being the southwest section 3S: !.

ville last Thursday.Mr. dress at the Court House this evening. ledge, I made use of the following lan- is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac- ter of the northwest quarter of gttu
tion or refunded. Price 25 cents section
money both in
Geo. Altree returned from a -Owing to some misunderstanding be- guage, to-wit: The hydra-headed mon- per box. For sale by all drug stores in 136, This township is 31 south, rangy I

trip to Eau Gallic, on the steamer tween Mr. J. A. Durst, and Mr. N. C. Bryan ster, the saloon, whose existence had Titusville, and on Indian River. hammock, soil a of very rich desirable quality piece 01

Georgiana, on Monday evening.Mr. the work on the artesian well has been made possible the cruel murder of a i I for the raising of all tropical frmui suibl,1e J
Advice to Mother I IHrs.
James Menzies,assistant general temporarily delayed,as they could not amicably good citizen, and brought about a state .Wnm..oW'S 800'rmlfO 8nn should always I 1 situated at the Narrows near Enos: .
adjust their differences. Mr. Bryanhas of lawlessness which caused the people be used when children are cutting teeth. It re- office. 11-ill sell cheap for cash. S
freight agent, of the F. R. & N. Railway lieres the little roffereratonce;it produces natural, particulars address I
withdrawn his motive power, the en- from all parts of the county to gatherfor quiet sleep,and the little cherub awakesaa"bright I
system was in town the first part of the as a button." It is very pleasant to taste. It E. )I. LOW
gine. The work will be started again as the purpose of putting down, has soothes the chDd,softens the gums,alia ji all pain Sept. 3. Brockton.jIa.
week. regulates the bowels and .the best known reined .,
soon as Mr. Durst can secure another raised its heads and y
en- again many now one for diarrh a, whether arising from teething or
-Judge Jones performed the wedding other causea. Twenty-are cent a bottle. ,
gine. side of one block on one of the principal GRAND VIEW-HOTH
at his office on Monday even (
ceremony, -A man by the name of Dyre, from streets, was, with one or two exceptions,

ing, uniting Mr. William Allman to Miss Lake County, was brought in on the train devoted to saloons,whose lights might be TITUS HOUSE, TITUSVILLE, FLA.

Celito Harris. Tuesday night who was violently insane. seen shining seyen nights out of the week.I --

-Capt. A.V.. Buie and family are lie was taken before Judge Broome who or- have heard that there are other places TITUSTILLE, FLORIDA. The lost centrally locate Hotel

now residents of Titusville again, the dered him removed to the State asylum at I yet in Titusville, devoted to the same iiRij.NEW .

Captain having finished the work he had Chattahoochee. During the night he remained purposes. PLEASANT LOCATION. HOUSE.- FIRST-CLASS- K

down the river. here, the Sheriff confined him in This i is what I said, and about all thatI EVERY RESPECT.

-Mr. W. C. C. Branning and family the hall of the iron cell where he overturned said, and I ak the people not to judgeme REASONABLE RATES. Open all the year round. Table rDqr.pas.cl. .

returned Monday evening, from Oak barrel of lime and covered( himself on the ex parte statements of my political LARGE, COOL ROOMS. Bath Room Free.

Hill, where they have been spending the with it, making peculiar appearance when enemies whose sole object is to injure Hates, $2.50 &. $3.00 per Daj.
taken Special arrangements by the week
out Wednesday morning. or
past two months. me in the estimation of my fellow SPECIAL RATES PER WEEK.

-Mrs. M. S. Jones started down the Efforts are now being made by the citizens, of the town. Those who knowme month. 19 J. ./1.. MILLER, Proprietor.

river on Tuesday morning for St. Lucie, Florida Railway & Navigation Trans- best, know that I never entertainedthe MRS. S. A. SINGLETON Proprietress. -

having received a telegram that her portation Company to have shippers in sentiments imputed to me. I myself INDIAN RIVER ART GALLERI

mother was very ill. this section patronize their route leading live in Titusville,and have a family here,

t from the north-western cities via. Live' and I am as much interested in the good
-Ur.: A. H. Trafford and family have THE: T 'QPICAL
Oak and Ocala to Tavares, and from name and prosperity of the town as any _____=
Banana river reside
to to PICK } XS TURNER
perma-
gone there via. the J. T. & K. "". Ry. to this other person in it. Very Respectfully, ,
nently at the Wesson just south
grove
i place. This railway system is, in every H. C. CASSIDEY. Ladles' & Gents'HESTA.UHA.ISrT. Photographer,
of Canaveral postoffice.J. .
sense, a State institution, its line being
A. Durst, of Crescent City, the entirely within the State boundary, and ALLEN E. HEYSER, Views on.East Coast and Indian Hirer
: Specialty.Has
a
well-sinker of the State of Flori-
pioneer it advertises rates as cheap as those of the only Authorized PiiOTOG&ira
da is in Titusville. For Aiiornsy-at-Law and Conveyancer.; Near Railroad Depot,
now operating any other line. With a schedule that OF PRESIDENT CLEVELAND AND Pun

information, address box 211. delivers freight as quickly as other lines Lake Worth Dade County, Florida. Titust'llle, Florida. that has ever been made daring tier
travels. Orders mail receive
-Fishing with hook and line is excel- we do not see any reason why products Will furnish Abstracts of Title to Dade attention. by pretax
Mrs. L. A. Mackenzie 496io.
lent at this place, and it is not an uncommon going north and freight incoming from County land Proprietress.

sight to see our youthful fisher- western cities should not come by this A. L. Hatch & Son,

I men with a string of half-a-dozen or so of line. See advt. in another column. FLORIDA'S MEALS & LUNCHES DEALERS IN

fine trout or crevalle. We have
the of the
seen plans
There will be a meeting of our citi- steamer intended for the Indian River FAVORITE ROUTE.Ship ..- ---- - -- DRY GOODS NOTIONS

zens to-morrow evening at the Courthouse route this coming season, which will be SOUPS, OYSTERS, ICE CREAM, I ,

to select a lilt of town officers to built of steel with iron bulkheads in the your freight to and from all western Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery,
cities via. River Junction and JELLIES ETC.
be voted for at the annual election next hull for strength and durability. The Stationery, family Medi-

Monday, the 22nd inst. steamer will be about 140 feet long with Florida Railway &: Navigation Company. BREAD, CAKES & 'PIES. cines, Garden SebJs,

-Mrs. Mackenzie has been making good beam, insuring light draught. She TUE QUICKEST TIMEs CHOICE GROCERIES
various improvements at her restaurant, will be propelled by a stern wheel and Table Board at Reasonable rates. Fami- ,
made this Rates
positively by route. &s lies served.
and it is assuming an appearance of great two powerful engines. She will have low as by any other route.. Direct your Hay, Corn, Japes Fertilizers.

neatness and comfort.. A crossing has upper and lower decks and about 16 shippers in New York and other eastern DECIDED HOME COMFORTS. CITY POINT, FLORIDA.
staterooms besides and commodious points to mark your goods in care of the ._
also been partly laid in front of the a large -
F. R. & N. Co., and have bill of Lading issued -
entrance. saloon for passengers. The J. T. & 264t
accordingly
Fill !
K. W. Co. her ROOFING
-Just received, to-day, Buist & Hen- Ry. expect to have readyfor

derson's fresh seeds. Beans, cucumber, the travel which will set in about
the middle of January, it is thought.The LOOK AT THAT LAMP!
watermelons, cabbage, Bermuda onions
Guttering and Metal Work of all Kin sl
drawn the father
plans were by of
(flower red and white),egg-plants, squash, cauli- Mr. C. Watson, purser on the steamer No Chimney No Smoke No Odor. ,
celery, tomatoes and English
e Geo. B. Georgiana.I The Brilliancy of Gas, with the convenience I have purchased all the tools of the late firm of D. K. Harrison & Co., and will carryon
peas. Rumph.The
the above trade in connection with
of a Hand Lamp. Saves from 50 to my
buy in large lots, and sell for small
person who lost one dozen black 7 5 per cent. of oil by actual test. Burns
buttons on the post-office steps last Sat- profit for cash. Irish potatoes, per bbl., the lowest grade of kerosene oil with perfect BUILDING BUSINESS.The .

urday night, which, no doubt came $3.75 and $4; Buist's Irish seed potatoes, safety, as it is positively nonexplosive.The same energy and attention will be given to this branch as lisa been given to tW
amount saved from and oil
received $4.50. Corn round lots chimneys
now, balance of business.
through the mail ticketed my
as they were for: one year more than pays for lamp.
from Posner Bros. of Baltimore, can ob- 1121b. sack, $1.70. Oats, round lots, For descriptive catalogue, etc.. addressJ.
Estimates Given and Work Executed in all Parts of the State.
1251b. sack, 190. Hay, round lots ,
tain the same by applying at this office. P. TURNER, TITUSVILLE FLA. I
per ton, $27- 21b. tomatoes, per dozen, Agent for the WA3ZEK LAMP CO., !
W. T. COTTER Sanford Florida.
-Mrs. S. H. Ray and two children
are for Brevard,Orange and Volusia counties. 26 ,
by case, $1. ; 31b. tomatoes, per doz., by
on a visit to Mrs. Ray's parents, Mr. andMrs. Refers,by permission, to Capt. James Pritchard.Pr ,
case, $1.35. 21b. corn, per doz., by case, '. I. 1C Bank ; J. A. Miller, Grand View Hotel ;
.
McCarthy, at Oak Hill. They expect choice, $1.35. 21b. corn beef, per doz., G. W. Mackenzie.*=. II. Ray, Lewis fc Purdey and'
ATTENTIONOf
WE THE
CALL
to be absent several weeks, during other 25
by case, $2.25; 21b. roast beef, per dozen,
which time river merchant
our energetic by case, $2.50.1 ilk, as good as the J. PRITCII.\ID.l.reMident. the people of Indian River to our stock of Good,
W. M. BROWN,Cashier.
appears quitalonesome. which we are offering at close margin.We .
best, per case, $G. Chicago baking pow- very
-Closing out summer stock of printsat der, as good as Royal lib. for 25cts. INDIAN RIVER BANK. make a specialty of

6 cts. Closing out straw hats, sold for Have in stock $600 in
pants, bought
65cts. to 75cts., for 25cts. ; closing out from Charlotte Clothing Manufactory.No Titusville, Florida.A Groceries Grain Hay and Floor

straw hats, sold for $1.50 to $1.75, for middle profits paid. Will sell below GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRAN- ,

75cts. ; closing out straw hats, sold for competition prices. Geo. B. Rumph. SACTED.

$1 and $1.25 for 50cts. Geo. B. Rumph.Dr. Exchange bought and sold. Special and On which we will give special inducements. We carry a large stock of

E. S. Wiley and wife returnedto Athletic Association.An prompt negotiated attention on first given mortgage to collections.for Savings Loans GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AID CAPS Fit

Titusville last Thursday evening, com- athletic association! was organizedlast est Banks allowed, Corporations on time deposits.S1OOOOO and Individuals.. Inter. Which we are offering at low figures. Those needing shoes will find it greatll ti

ing by the way of'Live Oak and New Saturday night, at the office of Robbing TO LOANOn their interest to give UA a call as we are selling shoes very low.

nansville. He rode across the country and Graham. The roll of membership We will be pleased to quote prices at any time.

about 16 miles was opened and the following names First-class Real Estate.
to escape the infected district -

of Sanderson and McClenny, and 'were secured at that time: G. H. Al- Advances made upon available collateral. E. L. BB..A.DYROBBINS .

was about three days coming from the tree, James Bowman, C. II. Howard, Approved business paper discounted. -

State line to this place. Geo. "". McKenzie, H. F. Atkinson, Drafts on all parts of Europe. & GRAHAM
Business done at Jacksonville rates.
,
Geo. M. Robbins Walter S. Graham
-The person living down the river I' Every favor,consistent with sound

who sent a communication to the STAR Herman Fisher, Henry Titus, Howell : banking cheerfully extended. .
Titus, Geo. F. Ensey, A. A. Stewart, E. CORRESPONDENTS:Bank of Jacksonville,
signed "Florida Cracker must also ,Jacksonville Fla.; The Seaboard National
furnish his name before we can publish B. Wager, E. H. Purdy, Andrew Fros- Bank,New York. 23 REAL ESTATE BROKERS & LOAN AGENTS.!
cher James Mitchell Fred William -
Losley
-
the same. The name is required in all file WITTIEST,PRETTIEST JUVENILES .
.
Blythe, William Black, Zeke Rene
cases where communications are signed QUEER PEOPLEp.iB.Yrco .
ker Jacob Birnbaum.A .
by a nom de plume, not for publication : OIAIITT Q wmos PAWS
number of names have been added GOBI.11r8 STINGS i1ai' ; CLAWS LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD..
but 51.00
as a guarantee of good faith. The tic. p =1,00By

editor is always supposed to know the since the meeting. It is the intention to 3IatL Loans Negotiated on First Class Security at from 12 to 24 per cefit
real name of all his correspondents.Messrs. secure a large list of members from an

parts of the county, secure proper Choice lots in rapidly growing Towns, will net investors 100 per
G.W. Potter and A. E. Heyser 1"4
grounds and the necessary outfit for various 1J: UJVh cent. in twelve months.
of Lake Worth in Titusville .
were
field sports, such as foot-boll, foot- (Elopement ofihe frog and the Mount.) Residence lots in Titusville from $20 up to $1000.Business .
:JM
on Saturday, and gave our sanctum aM' Full of the oddest pranks,charming stories and lots from $250 to $-vvv'
racing, jumping etc. A portion of the lantcb-proYokinir illustrations by the Prince of
: short visit. They were present at the ground will be prepared for lawn tennis.A Juvenile its artists"It* Selling Immensely.folks wild wild Critics
nay of deUyht.lion. -
,f Rockledge convention, last Friday, as .Clinton :: "Doxfttatd wu tuutOurfareonl- La*
large football has been ordered, anda gel tAe rhildren to b< the delegates from Lake Worth, accom- j.a ably aeat GIld.""imt."-Hon.8.8.CoL *F uc{ at-
horizontal bar will be
placed on the i-1Got op and Uach.R.-Hon.HowardCtoeby
panied by Messrs. Geo. Lanehart and L. AGENTS WANTED. III1 HARD nRO located in neatly ever
grounds at once. 723 Chestnut (Street, Philadelphia, Pa. More than 3,000,000 Acres of Choice Lands,
D. Hillhouse. A. E. Heyser has in- It is proposed to place the annual duesat county in the State, suitable for Farming, Grazing, Fruit and'legeand
serted his card in the STAR as attorney- $1 per
one dollar per year, so as to secure a WANTED Growing-Pine, Cypress and Cedar Timber, price
at-law and conveyancer, which will be upwards.P. .
large membership from all parts of the
found in another column.Mr. .
river. It is determined to have the 0. Box 250 Titusville, Florida.A. .

-- Walter Goode and son, Allie, first annual gathering of the club on A STEAM LAUNCH, '

of that well-known hostelry, the Goode Christmas day, and preparations will be A. STEWART, GEO. M. ROBBINS, WALTER S. CR9:

House, Melbourne; and Mr. Miner, of made to have a foot-ball match, and con- With Naptha Engine Clerk Circuit Court. Atty. at Law.

Turkey Creek Grove, were in town the test in other field sports on that day.A .
end of last week, attending to some land committee on by-laws was appointed CAPABLE OF CARRYING 15 TO 20 BREYARD ABSTRACT OF TITLE COMPAE

business. He reports the Goode Houseas with instructions to report at the PASSENGERS. In DrrTard

being in a flourishing condition, and next meeting. The meeting then ad Address, giving Dimensions, Price, Complete Abstracts of Title furnished to all lands
: expects a large number of visitors this journed until Wednesday the 24th inst., etc. to county Florida.
winter, notwithstanding the yellow fever at 7 p. m. Those desiring to become ,

scare. Mrs Goode is just the one to members are cordially invited to be present WILSON, Courtney,Merritt's Titles Examined and Perfected.
make her guests feel "that. they are at at the next meeting, or hand their Island.
home from home." names to any of the above members. 25-tt Box 2SO, Titusville, Fla.





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