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Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: November 8, 1888
Frequency: weekly
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
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:;: VOL. IX. : TITUSVILLE, FLA., THURSDAY, NOV. 8, 1888. NO. 29.

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Yet in Doubt! COUNTY ELECTION REPORT. Minis.

A pleasant shower Monday and Tues-

TABLE SHOWING DEMOCRATIC RETURNS BY PRECINCTS.
day.Mr.
iJ I C. N. Mims has been reappointed

w I .. freight agent at this place.
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r.: E-o 8 ;J. Io!!; c: < ... .... :.. Rev. Mr. Bolton was a welcome visitor -
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0- I i4I :"" ... ... -< :: ... .9.. M. W. Davis was at the Hiawathaa
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E-o g ... I' ... .:..: few days this week.
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I 1 I ti We received a call from Mr.L. A. Gin-

Cleveland Electors................................ 54 84 49 52 25 I 8 16 21 gras, of Rockledge, Monday. '
Robert Bullock.,.....,..,......:................... 54 tai 49 53 27 9 16 23 9 33 21 25 I 15 ,
New York is the FrancIS P. Fleming............................... 54 b9 -19 56 27 9 16 23 I 11 11 33 21 25 I 20 Mr. B. J. Mims has had some cabbage
John L. Crawford.........:........................ 5-1 85 49 56 27 H 16 23 12 33 21 25. 24 palmetto trees planted in front of the
William Lamar.................................. 54 87 49 56 27 91' J6 23 11 I 24 hotel, it adds greatly to its apperancC':
William D. Barnes.............................._. 54 8.5 49 5-5 27 91 22 12 22
Frank J. Pons................ ..................... 54 8.5 49 5.5 27 161 23 12 2.1 We were very sorry to loose our friends
Albert J. Russell.................................... 54 87 49 56 27 91 12 22 Mrs. lIamiltonand daughter, Miss Katie
Lucins B. Wombwell..........................._ 54 87 49 56) 27 9t, 16 12 23 who have to Point.
Conundrum.FloridaAllRight Augustus E. Maxwell........................... '54 85 49 1)5) 27 9, 16 I 12 gone City Our loss
George 1) Raney.................................... &3 49 57 27 9J If 12 is another's gain.
Henry L. Mitchell................................. 541 85 49 )3: 27 9 16 I 11 ; Mr. Elliott Mims killed a large rattle-
Gardner S.Iardee............. .................. 6:' 95 39 70 2.a: 22 1G 23 ,
William Xorwood............................... 44 U3 3D 34 .24 9 G 20 I 151 3.i 22 24 26 snake not long ago, in the road leadingto
I Minor S. Jones...................................... 45 95 :17.. 35; 28 12 G 18 27 26 212 5 10 Mr. Burtus' hammock. It measuredseven
2'2 25
Alexander A. Stewart_........................... 47 HI 371 29 26 1.4 10 22 I 81 26 23 10 feet, and had ten rattles.
James E. BO\vman.................................. 48 9G 31U 15 10 71 16 25 211 1)
William R. Sanders............................... 64 94 45 58 30 23 IG' 32 13 2S 2f 25 25 H Mr. .Charaberlin has completed the
i 1 Enoch W. Hall..................................... 6) 94 50 65 10 IG 21 15 39 22 25 26 packing house for Mr. B. J. Mims. It
Samuel H. Ray..................................... 62 94 49 62 291 9 16 .3 15 39 22 22 25; 25 has been painted and makes im-
John H. Sams........................................ 48 93 40 43 10 17 8 27 25 24 quite an
Robert B. Burchfiel............................._. 68 133 53 107 45 25;, 18 33 15, 42 22 25 48 16 provement in the hammock.One .
I morning last week Mr. Ballard

REPUBLICAN AND PROHIBITION RETURNS. with others started on a wild cat (not

goose) chase but were unsuccessful. They

The Regular Democratic Ticket t Harrison Electors.................................. 171 52 41) 541, 17 17 2 15 'GI 10. 2 41 have had better luck fox killing, having .

Goodrich.............................................. 17 51 19 16 2 15 I 2 10 2 4 29 killed three lately.
in Brevard Elected Shipman.............................................. 17 48 41)5: 17 113 2 15 2, 10 2 4 28
I Henry "'. Chandler.......................?..,.... 17 4v IG 16 15 2 4 2-1 Mr. John Einig, of Jacksonville,is vis-
John Eagan.................:....................... 17 41'; 413 17 16 15 2 1 2.j 24 iting his sister Miss Annie Carlile.
I Throughout. C. W. Lewis.......................................... 17 50 4 54 17 113 16 2 4 25 We understand that Mrs. Eining is
I Walter Bishop. ...........................:........_ 17 51 4 54 17 113 15 1 2 4 ex-
II I J. K. R alney......................................._ 1- 4(.' 4 53 17 16 1- 1 2 i 4 pected ere long and that they will makea
I John P. Aptttorp................................_. 17 49 4 53 17 16 1 15 1 21 1 4 trip down Indian River before returning
E. M. Randall.....:................................. 17 51 4 53 17 113 15 1 2, 4 home.AntlGunpouder.
.III the Old County Officers Endorsed. J. H. Goss............_.........__..._.._............. 17 51 53 17 16 15 l' 2 4 .-__
I Chas. SwaJ.ne_..._..__...._...._:...._.................. 17 51 41 53 17 13 151 1 2 4
I Ed. Cec.l__...__ .._........__...._.........._.._.... 5 38 36: 15 2 151, 4 2 4 22 Convention.
G. W.r, Minutes of the Anti-Gunpowder Convention .

D. Wingood.....................__...__.._......_.. 20 1 14 28 17 9 12 IS I 7' 12 ,2 37 J recently held by the animals of
E P. 'Vilbur......_.....__.._......_....._........ 35 I 37 4 4 '
The latest bulletins received this morning E. B. Stidum....................................... 7 37 3 44 11 5 1 8 4 2 4 20 Brevard Co.
J. O. Simmons...................................... h 33 37 18 1 4 2 4 21 Special Report to the Star:
read as follows: The yote in all J. H. Hogan._.............-.......................... a 39 37: 13 4 I 4 2 :n
the counties in the state of New York Alfred G. Lagow................................... 6 39 41 16 15 )1 14 4 2 4 23 Pursuant to an urgent command to attention -
J. B. Bowers..........................................!. 6 39 3 42 16 16 10 4 2 4 24
Including New York and Kings countieshow J. H. 'Vhite...................._..____.._..--..... 15 39 6 I 46 16 16 : 20 ti 'I 16 2 4 12 Which appeared on an anti-gunpowder
H. C. Cassidey_..................................... 7 6 13 36 7 ti) 81 6 6 13 18 executive card-,
plurality for Cleveland of 78, 956; R' L. iughlett..................................... 18 12 30) 5 4 4 6 13 1 "
for Harrison 90,147; making Harrison'splurality Duboy n.l\........................................ 11 2I 16 3\ 13 .13 101, 2"J 7 I H I( I 1 convention

in the State 11,191. The above table shows the county returns I ula as five can offer for this crop. As to amateurs have now a fine show of chrys- To prepare vard.an address x to the men of Bre-'

The Brooklyn Eagle says Harrison has with the exception of four pre- sorts: Numan, Noisette, Hoffman's seedling anthemums. Now is a good time to set

carried New York State and is elected. incts only, viz: Georgiana, Eden, Fort and Iron Clad, all have strong advocates out bulbs of all kinds for spring and Nearly absented all of the .bears for some reason
I Drum and Otter Creek. and all do well in suitable local-
f It gives Cleveland 176 votes and Harrison early summer bloomingt and the cata- Themselves ; but the rest did not fail
225 in the electoral It will be readily noticed that all the ities.i The new Jessie and the Bubach logue of our nurserymen are filled with to appear; .

college. old county officers are reelected by large are also now very popular at the North, all the choicest and newest varieties. The donkey tribe, in particular,was well

The New York Evening Graphic pla- majorities. Elections were held in most but we know nothing of their value for Make a careful selection of all that you represented,

.ces Harrison's plurality in the State precincts for Justices of the Peace, and our country.If want in the way of trees, plants, bulbs, i And the braying at times was astound-
Const ble. you have good bulbs from onion etc., and order now, so that you may get ing to hear.A .

about 9,000 These thirteen precincts give Hardee seed sown in August or September, set good specimens and have them in the calf full of mettle, quite ,fresh from

The Evening Sinn estimates it at 10,000. 479 votes ; Cecil 147. Hardee's major- them out now. Continue sowing turnip ground at the proper season. ; the ranches,
seed if your sowings were not successful. By unanimous vote was -installed HI
ity 332.
The Evening Jfinn at 4,451. The Post Celery should be worked and earthedup Crescent City held an exciting town the chair;
Norwood receives 356 ; Idner 166; And a nanny-goat, with a wise-looking
says returns received this morning leave I If Hughlett, 120. Norwood's plurality at proper periods.As meeting recently, to decide the questionas beard, got the franchiseOf

no reasonable doubt that Harrison is elect- 190. soon as the stalks of the asparagus to whether or not the town franchise each animal present the address to
turn yellow, cut all off, and hoe the beds ( should be surrendered. The election was
d. prepare.
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Jones for receives
County Judge 368
; and alleys perfectly clean, not going ordered by a proclamation of the mayor, THE
ADDRESS.
Complete returns in the State of Connecticut Wingoodj ; Wilbur 80. Joncs'llu- deep enough to injure the crowns. Af- and at the close the votestood 53 againsta

give Cleveland 74,904( ; Harrison rality 191.Stewart. ter this working, top-dress the beds with surrender, an<.l16 in favor of it. "Fellow persuasion Citizens-ye of the two-legged
for Clerk receives 364 Sti ,
;
all the
74,519, giving Cleveland a pluralityof dum 146 ; Cassidy 125. Stewart's plu- by for the manure winter.you can afford, and lay The draw on the railroad bridge at Pa- The anti-gunpowder party would have

385. Fiske received 9,181otes in rality 218.Bowman. atka is to be one hundred and thirty feet. you to know

this State for Sheriff receives 346 ; Simmons OX THE FARM. The pivot will take up thirty feet of that That we-struggling for principlewithout -

125 ; Baird 156. Bowman's plu-I The sweet potato crop now claims at- space, leaving an opening on both sides of quip or evasion

New Jersey has undoubtedly gone rality, 190.Sanders tention. Dig when your potatoes are one hundred feet. It will not be many Arc resolved that gunpowder, bullets,
and small shot must .
Democratic. Nothing definite from Virginia for Assessor, receives 476 ; fully ripe, not allowing the vines to be i weeks before trains will run over the new go.

:: ; or West Virginia. Virginia is Hogan, 127. Sanders' majority, 349. seriously frost-bitten. A slight frost structure to St. Augustine and Daytona. "To you, as to us, Nature gives for protection

will do the potatoes no harm, though it The draw is of the same that .
pattern as
Hall for Collector receives 475 La-
probably Democratic by a few thousancmajority. ; Your limbs' and your nails and
ruins the vines at Buffalo Bluff
Gow receives 166. Hall's 309. for forage. Before banking for !
I majority, enough you, too
West Virginia is said to be
I Ray, for Treasurer, receives 474; Bowers sort and size your crop, using all cut Capt. W. A. Shaw was in town a dayor They will fill all your needs under proper
la doubt, and may require the official 168. Ray's majority, 306. and injured tubers once, and separatethe two ago. lIe said that the DeBary direction-

I count to decide.In Sams, for School Superintendent, receives "seed" from the "eating" potatoes. steamers have been thoroughly fumigated We have no use for powder and shot;

Indiana 862 precincts gives Harrison 385; White, 167. Sams' majority, Twenty bushels make a good sized bank, several times, and that there has nev- why should you f

136,203; Cleveland 128,648. Same 218. and we strongly advise a heavier covering er been a case of sickness on either of "'Ve respect personal liberty-we loudly

precincts in 1884 gave Blaine 123,700; Burchfiel, for Surveyor, receives 639. i than is usually put on-say at least them. They have been anchored most of proclaim it-

t f' Cleveland 122,711.FLORID.t.. six inches of earth all over, with a small the summer about two miles from Enter- Though slanderous tongues have de-

November Work.. ventilation flue in each, and a rough prise, and there was no fair reason for clared we do not.
You shall remain free to hoot: and all
board shelter all.
over the
t. report to get out that the
DeJJary
that weaim
BY D. REDMOND. at
f Florida gives Cleveland electors and If not already done sow an abundanceof steamers had carried the fever to Enter-
Full of be planted for Is to leave you no powder to Mol icith-
t., Democratic State ticket a majority oft crops peas may rye, oats and barley for early spring: prise.N. nor shot"
early spring marketing. Plant the forage, and to be turned under in March
something less than 5,000. Returns from Dwarf Marrowfat and other good sorts, or April as a manure for a crop of potatoes C. Bryan hes to state that he hasnever The address dicente-was adopted-nemine contra-

h :precincts in Second District come in very in double rows, to save trouble in stick- etc.Sugar. claimed to the "I
represent am J.
The Chair his
the fact
lowly.. Baker Bradford Brevard ing. Thus planted they also be easily signed name, to
can
f cane should, during this month, A. Durst, but is representing S. H. Ray attest- .
I r- Hamilton, Lake, Madison, Marion anF d protected, should the winter prove be cut, "matlaid" and worked up. Cassava and N. C. Bryan in the well business, And a beardless wood- rowler was sent-

Orange counties give Democratic majori severe. may also be harvested. fully equipped to give satisfaction in litependenteTodistributeitbroadcast-
"*1es. Six other counties decide Work your September planted Irish wells and irrigation. -northjSoutb,
give IX THE ORCHARD. east and west.
"' :Republican potatoes. Cabbage.should also be
;J.." majorities. worked now, keeping the earth around Prepare for transplanting all deciduous Brace 1- The Chair rose to speak, when a horrid

Bullock's majority placed at l033l; i t the plants mellow, and hauling a little trees, such as the, peach, fig, Japanpersimmon You Up. explosionWas
] are feeling depressed, your appetite heard in the forest that stretchedat
: will fall under this if anything. .Th up around the stems; all decayed leaves Kelsey and Marianna plum, is poor, you are bothered with headache their backs,-

1im -Union bulletin says Bullock ha s should be removed as soon as seen. etc., etc. Be careful to avoid the too you are fidgetty nervous, and generally A bullet sang shrilly through the fZtAn-
Carried Seeds of beets, cabbage, lettuce car common and fatal errors of planting too out of sorts, and want to brace up. mnlnwian,
I Second District by fully 2/00t Brace up,but not with stimulants, spring And the mettlesome Chairman fell
radishes be deep, and see that land is in the
rots, etc., must put in at your medicines bitters
majority ,or ,which have for their dead in his tracks.
: once. best possible condition. You gain noth ..basis very cheap whisky,and which stimulate
Madison county's ballot boxes wer If tile dry. weather, heretofore, has prevented ing by picking out the "biggest" trees you for an hour, and then leave The.convention adjourned without any
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t;. =-1l stolen, and can't ascertain anything you;from planting strawberries, in the nursery--experts always select What in worse want condition is an aletrative than that before will amidst leavetaking.But the confusion which reignedin
fi The do not delay any longer. Vegetable small or medium sized trees,..and regard you the ball *-
blood
County will Democratic by'250 purify your start healthy action oliver :f
E JlDajority go matter and potash-the. old, simple com roots more than the tojx and kidneys, restore your vitality. A panther who had fasted too long at
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:. sure. post of leaf mold (4 parts) and ashes IX THE FLOWER GARDEN.: and give ,renewed health and strength,, the speaking
Nassau is j (2'parts) with a sprinkle of fine bone Roses Such a medicine'you will find in Electric Gobbled the nanny-goat-horns,hoofs,
county probably Kepublal are still in bloom, as are many beard and all i
Bitters and 50
cents bottle
'* only a at
>y about 860 majority, dust\ .is about us"good a fertilizer form other late summer flowers, and many: drug store on Indian,River. any Ho y B. ARCHIBALD

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PERSONAL GOSSIP. wfioe a. fmgeF5bvvTof their moutE7"to! PERSONAL GOSSIP. DAUGHTERS OF EVE. e o;@; an advanw ori''JCAAJ' ; ";* he COP"

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say that the Romans did it. Those ancient responding time in 1SS7.

Boudcault says that amen of today do not Italians had a variety of disgusting table Alger of Michigan, studied law while A Hindod girls' high school has been The Pool of Bethesda has been satisfy

know how to walk. habits. working on a farm at $5 a month. started at Allahabad.Miss torily identified at Jerusalem, according to

John Ruskin is traveling in France in the Lettuce is.nlmlJS available for meat salads Dr. J. N. Porter of Kansas City, claims to Kittie C. Wilkins, of Idaho, Is the the statement of the chairman of the Pales

best of health and spirits. but is not tho thing to garnish those be the originator of the standard time sys- owner of between 700 and 800 horses. tine Exploration fund.

and made of other vegetables, except ,tomatoes, Lucy Larcon has a placid face, quiet eyes The Rev. Dr. Walter M. Barrows has
Edwin does not like Newport resigned -
Booth
kinds of mint and the tem.At
will sell his cottage there. but crinkled cresses leaves, many of chicory are resources i eighty years old Cardinal Manning and gray tinted hair knotted in curls at her his position as secretary of the American

looks and feels as strong as he did ten years neck. Home Missionary society, and accepted
Prince Bismarck has been presented with a for all such dishes as these.
enough
call to the
Second
Mrs Frank Leslie has been most cordially a Congregational: crcrch

valuable yacht by Stuttgart admirers.Dr. I One of the dailies that answers correspondents ago.Bishop Pearson the head of the diocese ot adopted by the literary and artistic set 'in of Rockford, Ills '

William A. Hammond asserts that the says that it is inelegant to eat green London. The Roman Catholic ,
statistics
Newcastle Australia has become hopelessly for New
brain is not absolutely essential to from the cob and a monthly culinary '
an ,
organ I' corn insane. Miss Alice B. Farley, of Port Hudson, La., England are as follows: Priests,Du6; sem
declares it vulgarto
lif* in Philadelphia :
magazine Mr. Haweis the sensational London is one of the most successful cotton growersin inarians 2G3; churches, G02; chapels and sta- !
In of contradiction ,
of this cut it on the plate. cases -
stricken kings
Among the poverty tions,133 colleges? academies a'
the state. ; ; parochial f
is short in stature and has halt in
with preacher a
this has to be content succotash -
the like one
world of Servia is said to wear 205
Milan schools ;pupils, G ),l05;charitable institutions t

until some really competent authority his gait. Mrs. Levi P. Morton was born and raisedon
crown. ,:6; population. 1,135,000. f
Staten Island. Her maiden was E
of Chau- decides the important matter. Governor Lslie, of Montana teaches a name f
Vinton's
Bishop place as manager
Bible class in the Baptist Sunday school in Ann Street.
is being taken this year by his son
tauqua WOMAN'S WEAR. Montana. Kate Claxton is much reduced financially HOW SOME AUTHORS WORKED. I
George. ,
and is trying to sell some oil paintings left
James E. the starter at the :
$15 a Vails below the chin and are Sheridan new
a ,
The earl of Bnckinghamshire was now drop her by her father. Anthony Trollope did much writing ia a
month farm laborer in this country some oftenest of plain Malines. Saratoga race course receives $.50( a day for railway train.
his services. Mrs. Julia Ward Howe has learned to t
seven months ago. What are known as Tosca parasols have Shelly always composed out of doore
i speak French, Italian and modern Greek or on
English gossips still claim that Joseph handles of extreme length.A Congressman Scott is quoted assaying that since her marriage. the; roof tops. His handwriting was vile.
he would not serve another term in
Chamberlain and Miss Endicott are to be novelty in underwear is the skirt of congressfor
100000. Grace Imo ene Upbamb suing the Chicago Sir Walter Scott, who was a hard worker,
married in the fall striped white lawn woven to imitate drawr.
idle at 1 o'clock
City railway for $30,000 damages for injuries was always in the after-
Herbert Spencer is his autobiography
is at the head I work. working on
Stagg, Yale's great pitcher, noon.
received while alighting from a car.Mrs
but his health his
of /baseball nine at Chautauqua. The Brilliantine muslin Is poor prevents
; a spotted, ,
opaque Miss EJ worth wrote her stories
making much Carnegie made a fine collection of in *
progress.Attorney : -
nine is still invincible.: used for the foundation skirts of white
I General Garland has of photographic views during the coaching tour common sitting room, surrounded by her
Sioux he dresses. a pack
Sitting Bull, the renegade says family.
from London to Cluny castle.
ten hounds and fine collection of
Is getting to be an old man. He has been an I Ombre ribbon, shading from deep yellow to a fishing
The Gray usually worked himself
tackle, rifles and shotguns. Lillie Devereux Blake thinks that "every poet into
old rascal a good many yearsSir cream color are much liked with white
the "mood" by reading some other
married woman should have an equal shareof poet,generallyppenser. -
Richard Owen, the great comparativeanatomist dresses. ; John Gennadius Greek minister, asserts the income." I. { .

has entered his eighty-fifth year Small mantles with lace hoods are worn at that the Greeks of today are as strong physically family
Wordsworth said of "He
and as their famous ancestors. Miss Lucy A. Plympton, of Albany, will bea I. Southey: was a
mental physicaLVictorien
in capital form outdoor entertainments this season when the delegate to the International Geological: calm and methodical worker, and calm,

Sardou says that Alphonse I weather is cooL Stilson Hutchins proposes to buy and pre- at London in September. steady work never:; ll3."

Daudet's most relentless enemy is not the Dresses of French zephyr ginghams: have sent to the state Horace Greeley's birthplace congress Sir Edwin Arnold wrote his "Light of
Mrs Crawford the Paris of
French academy, but the French grammar. foundation skirts of white sateen, in which and early home in New Hampshire. correspondent Asia" while traveling in the railwaYcaniaaeto
The London Daily News,has been admitted to
Jones is capital illustrationof the reeds are.inserted. Victorien Sardou that Alphonse Dau-
They say Sam a says the National Association of Journalists. and from his newspaper.Mrs.
his own remark that "when God wants a The silk fabrics now being manufacturedare det's most relentless enemy is not the French

good man he makes him as ugly: as a mud called royale, and are in fine bird's eye academy, but the French grammar. Mlle. Klompke, the first female house surgeon I I Trollope worked used from two to three in
the morning. She green tea and sometimes -
in married to Dr.
Paris was recently
fence. patterns, similar to armure. Don Manuel Barillan, president of Guatemala laudanum for a stimulant

Sir John E. Millais is popular with his Scarlet jerseys, with skirts of clear whito is a magnificent shot with a rifle. He Dejernie an eminent young French phy-.

models. He pays them well, treats them or red and white striped wool make very reported to have never missed a shot. sician. Lord Byron puzzled his friends by continued -

kindly, and never sends one away without a effective costumes for mountain wear. Old Dion Boucicault that men of Miss Frances Wetmore, who has been ap- productionswhileappearingtooceupy
I says himself with anything else but writing
pointed physician for the Islandof
good dinner.It Pretty midsummer costumes are made of today do not know how to walk. But many government
Hilo makes her visits on horseback and Andersen had to be alone
is said that Gen. Von Moltke kisses all French zephyrs, in alternate stripes of white men in his profession have had to learn. Hans Christian
in the course of his morn- with shaded lavender old answers every calL while composing his fairy tales. Ha was
the babies he meets gray, pale rose, or
Joe Holt who
ing walks, and that he is much pleased whena blue. Judge was in Buchanan'scabinet Mrs. M. W. Ravenhtll, of New York, beats never able to dictate a contribution for tha
and advocate is
was judge general
him with malice the record of youthful grandmothers so far .
fond mother waylays prepense. Odd effects in the newest watered
appear leading the life of a hermit in Washington.Baron press.Wordsworth
reported. She was 33 years old when her mainly composed hi* pow
silks of which have blotches or
,
many wavy Router the of granddaughter was born. rural rambles. Sometimes to
telegraph king his
John Detwiler, of Mansfield, 0., claims to ovals just thought darker than their ground during
be the oldest active travelin salesman west tone. Europe, keeps a secretary whose sole businessit Miss Emma Black the rival of the beautiful would write his verses with a slate pencil en

of the Alleghanies. He has been on the road Black armure grenadine is favored for sum- is to investigate and relieve cases of distress Miss Chamberlain, is engaged to be marriedto a stone.

an American at Buda Pesth. Miss Black Cornwall composed his best
for thirty-five years.James Barry poems
constantly
mer dresses. Lace flounces and a profusionof
Payn;'at nearly CO years of age, is narrow moire ribbons are the accepted Hadji Hassam Kouli Mohamed Khan, the I refused the place accepted by Mrs. Hamersley.A in the busy streets of London, only leading
newly appointed Persian minister to the the crowd to enter a shop to writs the verses
beaded, broad browed and spectacled, garnitures. number of ladies in Philadelphia get
square United -States: will arrive in Washington he had .
composed.Dr.
looking like a prosperous doctor rather thanan Some of the prettiest costumes of India their bonnets very cheaply by having a clever
shortly. milliner of to the Somerville once for a abused
author. He has eleven daughters. silk are of pale sprinkled with tiny girl out employment come wager
,
,Emperor William II.assures. Frau Wagnerthat white blossoms and green trimmed profusely with Theodore Tilton is often seen nowadays on house. They pay her $5 day, and in one day Mrs Somerville while she wasat; work by

he considers it his sacred duty to protect white ribbons. the Champs Elysees, Paris. Ho much resembles she trims up the bonnets and hats for all the calling her all sorts of things and ,.-ba1iM

the performance at Beyreuth. It Floquet the prime minister of women in the family. paused the absent minded lady looked u?
b Wagnerian Tailor made of white are
serge met
gowns France. said "Did spro.t.o
and
William has an Howard who is to : you
will be remembered that trimmed with white passementerie, or when Lady Philippa going
the Senator Ransom and his son resemble each wed a London physician is the fourth of the
affliction; of ears. ,
this is not sudciently dressy metallic gal- Not So eminent As alight Be.
other in so closely that it is not Duke of Norfolk's sisters. She is S8
appearance present
Lieut...A. G. C. Quay, son of the senator loons are used. The two men bad occupied the same seat ia
who I easy to distinguish one from the other at a vears of ace. Two of the Ladies Howard are
from Pennsylvania, was graduated a White wool dresses are favored again this distance. is a railway coach for half a day and the train
It considered mesalliance in
West Point last June has nuns. a
lieutenant from had reached its destination."I .
season for mountain wear. Twilled flannel, I
been assigned to service in the Eighth cavalry serge canvas cloth and nun's veiling are the Pinero, the English play writer, is tall England for a duke's daughter to marry a am indebted to you sir, for an agreeable
medical .
and will be given a chance to win his chosen materials thin and dark, and has burning eyes in deep man.Princess conversation that has relieved greatlythe

spurs in Dakota. I Dockets that give him an almost weird ap Loetitia Bonaparte will receive monotony of a long journey. May I ask
The bow at the of parasol cannotbe
top your beautiful from the
some wedding presents
The deaths of Emperors William and Fred- pearance.Mr. your name r
too flamboyant for fashion and the richer
the of Thurn and Taxis Edward New citizens of Turin. The artists of that famous "Certainly. My is Sullivan."
erick has cost princes and costlier the ribbon composing; it, the Cooper, ex-mayor of name
the enormous sum of $500,000, because as better the York has left London for Paris. After remaining Italian center intend to combine all their (Jocosely"Not Mr. Sullivan of Bostonr

feudal lords of the Prussian domain of Kro- style.What in the latter city for a time he will skill to produce a lovely casket, and twenty- "Yes, I reside in Boston."
are known as capelines are wide I four ladies of that city are planning to fur-
toszyn, they have to pay $250,000 on the de- make a tour of Germany. "What! Not"Haughtily"No
Prussia. brimmed hats of straw or tulle which often nish the bride's boudoir with gorgeous furni-
cease of every king of I King Christian, of Denmark saluted hisguest ( sir 1 I am a college professor.
project capriciously in front,and have inside ture and hangings.Miss : ."
Gen. C. B. Fisk, the Prohibition candidatefor the emperor of Germany with a kiss.
of flowers ribbons.
the presidency, is an epicure in sea food trimmings or the old and fascinating game of Copenhagentill Adelaide Thompson of Philadelphia, "Beg pardon. Permit me to introduce

dishes, and nothing tickles his palate so much As the word suede, describing a coor, continues to permeata. who is worth over $3ooo.oooand who>> is now myself. My name is Crowley.

prepared fish dinner. From seems to many to be somewhat indefinite, it over GO years of age is attracting as much (Smilingly)-"Not Mr. Crowley of New
as a
delicately Dr. William A. Hammond
his fortune in the fish and maybe well to say that it is a tan brown of asserts that the attention this season at Long Branch as ever. Yorkl"
having made
oyster trade he is sometimes known as "ClamBake" any shade seen in the Swedish undressed kid brain life. Doubtless H not an the organ doctor absolutely has essential returned to This is her twenty-second season at Long "Yes New York is my home."
just
gloves. Branch and she is occupying the same room "What! Not"-

Fisk. the West Green trimmings are favored upon black from some fashionable watering place. at the hotel that she has had every season. (Hotly)-"No, sir I am the president of a

King Ja-Ja, of Opobo, deposed hats and not confined to ribbon but The new Lord Wolverton is the fourth bank, sir I"
sovereign whom England exiled to are appear Mrs. Buckner, wife of the governc-r of
African peer to wear the coronet of the barony since (Coldly)-"Good day sir!"
West Indies is being somewhat feted at as foliage clusters, grasses and vines: Kentucky, wears as ornaments a conch shell ,
St.the Vincent. He, is invited to lawn tennis short ostrich tips and clusters of cocks' 1 IT. Gladstone ennobled the great London lacepin and sleeve buttons which, in additionto (Frigidly)_"Good dayr Chicago Tubnee.

plumes. banker, Gynn some eighteen years ago. their have the charm of
parties and various social functions, where beauty, a romantic -

he struts about in an admiral's uniform and Norman B. Ream, the wealthy grain and history having been purchased by Sea Side Beauty.

kid gloves, bearing himself with kingly dig DAUGHTERS OF EVE. stock dealer of Chicago, was born in a small her relative, Gen. George Washington; froma
Now at the sea side arms
rag cabin, which is still Standing in the village shipwrecked and destitute sailor and by pretty
Are to the sun laid bare
nity.Baron 'J.' nty-four young women have graduated of Ursina, Pa. He occasionally visits it, him worn on the coat in which he was in- While their cbanns
Albert Rothschild has purchasedthe in this pretty girl display
that has been as lawyers Michigan summer. and it is an object of great interest to him. I augurated. They are beautifully preservedand And sniff too salty air.
largest mirror telescope The sultan of Turkey has ordered several the coloring is exquisite:
Paris for 40,000 florins and John Quincy Adams at the of 14
constructed at typewriters for the ladies of his harem. age was Unheeded comes the d1.shtnaTe;
presented it to the Vienna observatory. A secretary to Mr. Dana, then minister to the Mme Mutsu, wife of the Japanese ministerin She's upright, calm and mute.

gallery for it has also been built and en- The queen dowager and regent of Spain Russian court; at 30 he was minister to Washington, is one of the favorite ladiesof For whore she ktacds noaterj Life

dowed by the baron. The total cost of the I has just celebrated her 30th birthday anni- Prussia; at 85 he was minister to Russia; at the mikado's court. She is petite and Her pretty bathing suit.

scientific gift will CC1.:i: to woro than versary. IS he was minister to England; at 5G he was slender iu person and gentle in manner and
I At eventide wheu comes repay
8,000. Harriet Beecher Stowe continues to receive secretary of state and president at 57. has the dead black hair, clear olive complexion : How changed the lovely drecsi.Jould .

A noted old time statesman who is occa $1,500 a year from royalties on "Uncle Tom's Capt. Kennedy who recently applied to and kindling black eyes of the Oriental one bet see' ber r.raa sad uses

is Galusha Cabin." Her white teeth are perfect and there is nota O'er plastered with cold cryazt.h .
sionally seen in Washington parliament for a pension, is the man who in
of Mrs. Sarah B. derives income of line of care or weariness in her mobile face. -: rela.t Travese
who
Grow of Pennsylvania, was speaker Mabry an 1850 was asked by Lady Franklin to take .
the memorable war congress which was more than $2,000 a year from a fiftyacrefarm charge of the expedition she was fitting out She has an only daughter who is 14 years
Hu Atlanta Gag old. She dresses with a refined taste and has Took O2T 100 Tcr Ct nt.
called in special session on July 4,1SGI. near to go in search of her husband. Sir John
and although politically ontIre all her gowns from Paris.GASTRONOMICAL. "Mr. Isaavstein. I love daj ater sin
is well preserved Lady Jane Henrietta Swinburne has en- Franklin, jour

shelf has last none of the amiability for tered her 90th year. She is the mother of Hah-skin-gay-goh-lah, the Apache who has cerely and long to make her my wife" llsy

which he was distinguished.The the poet and critic, Mr. Algernon Charles just been taken to the Ohio penitentiary to TID BITS. I venture to ask your percussion.i *
"My young vriend, von you ak ..tor my I
.
man behind the parliamentary scenes Swinburne.A serve an eighteen years'sentence for murderhas
There is for daughter's hand as !. :.:"' to oak too
nothing
quite so good
you
says in a London weekly: "The courtship of Mrs. Pratt in Louisville is making quitea been put to work with thread and needle, mating

Mr. ChamberlaIn"with Miss Endicott goes on little fortune out of beaten biscuit,such as patching prison garments. He says he "no athletes of children now as green apple pie. great a sacrifice""Very I will tracker

apace and the marriage will take place probably she used to regale her guar 02 in :cra pros likee squaw work" Interest in children rapidly decreases when well, Mr. Laacsteia Goat day.

at tho beginning of next year. It is days. they are seen in public places suckingoranges. my affections elsewhere then.
perous The Earl of Dudley will probably make a "Como back vrieod comeback
elect will to America my young
likely the bridegroom go Mrs. Mary Carleton, granddaughter; of flying visit to America in September. He is You can have her. But, by cbuainy,

about "the end of Septemb r to pay an- Kentucky's third governor and daughter ofa considered one of the handsomest of the It doesn't seem to matter what the stock is I you don't always get such a bargains effery

other-visit revolutionary soldier is now, at thcf age of younger men of the nobility. Should become for mulligatawny soup so long as the curry day Burlington Free Press.

The Marquis Tseng, formerly Chinese minister 77, an inmate of Louisville's almshouse.Mr. to this country he will be accompaniedby gets in.Fried.

to England and the United States, has :Marcus Milner, whom the Dowager his old tutor. In England he is consid- hominy is said by one of the New- The S;.
just celebrated the marriage his daughter, ered a great atch." port caterers to be improved by sprinklingwith
Duchess of Montrose has just married for her She has been among the lilies .
her consent to
blossom after asking a
Lady third husband. is but 21 years of age. The Presiding Bishop'Will.'!ms, of the Protes- nutmeg. Where their frs aoce rises met j.
of Chinese
reversal
is cus
This
husband. a duchess is over 70. She has spent her three tant Episcopal church is about to celebratehis Pineapples are about done now for the sea- And the air so soft and still t: -..

tom. The marquis kept up other customs as, honeymoons in the same house. jubilee. It was on Sept. 2, 1S38, that son, and this will leave a void at many Sun There have strayed my dariia,.a feet.
for example, heading the procession carrying John Williams ordained
130 tables of presents about the streets of The marriage of Miss Perkins, of Boston, was a deacon in day night teas. She has been among them lately.

Pettn. who is well known to fashionable New Yorkers Christ church Middletown, Conn.,by Bishop Bishop Taylor recently said: .*! would Where they grow so white and toa:

to Capt. Beaumont the British navy Brownell, whom ho has since succeeded bothas rather spend the next twenty years in Africa She has touched their blossoms stated
The food of the sultan of Turkey is cooked bishop of Connecticut and as head of than in heaven." She the fairest fljk er of all I ,
will not take place until next year when the
by one man and his aids. It is prepared in the conference.
silver vessels and each vessel is sealed by a captain will become an admiral. The report that Gen. Booth, commander of Something In her face doth show it- ;
Speaking of the curiosity of great men, a the Salvation is to Breathes the tale where'er she goes; i
of and a stamp after the meal is Mrs. Gladstone recently appeared on a spe- Army, visit the United
slip paper Philadelphian says that he has seen Austin States in the fall is denied. Shall tell you how I know it*
cooked.! These seals are broken in the pres- cial daat. the Irish exhibition in London : I -JAIThy
her nose: t j
Corbin stand in a crowded thoroughfare and There Is: yellow on
ence of the sultan by the high-chamberlain, with a white Irish lace shawl thrown over watch the manipulations of street fakir Grecian epicures enveloped their hands in

who takes a spoonful of each dish before the her black dress, and a couple of little grand- who was trying to call attention a to "some-- a kind of glove so that they could pick out lie Stole. 1

sultan tastes it. Tho annual expenditure of sons clothed in fancy Irish costume. the food while burning hot. weed '
thing new in tooth powder, while at another "You were up before me about twoago.
the sultan's household Is over $41,000,000. Lady Playfair. who was formerly Miss with without
Ducklings
or
time he saw Senator Quay gaze for a long apple sauce, "
Russell, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel time with interest upon a lineman climbinga are now seasonable and in order, and in table "Yes sab." ,
,
GASTRONOMICAL TID BITS. H. Russell, of Boston. will soon return to telegraph pole. d'hote at all events, make a change.The I "For stea1ingf' I

this country, and will pass several weeks Lutherans in this !
Much of the happiness of some people at with Mr. and Mrs. Russell at Nahant. Mr. Andrew Lang is: said to spend four revision and country have beguna "Yes sah. :

hotels depends upon the Sunday din- hours a day at 4tpufe literature," and to thorough a translation of the And you were fined. ;

summer A Happy Disposition. 'write six articles a week for The London Augsburg Confession and of Luther's Small "Dat'so." ts& i

ner.A foreigner, seeing people eating cottage "Father has such a happy disposition, Mr. Daily News,two articles and two reviews for Catechism. "And here you are up again crimeP for $ ;; s:

wrote home that "these people eat Sampson; she said, as the front gate The Saturday Review, and two humorous "Parisienne potatoes' at some hotels really What made you repeat your me ters I :

cheese, slammed and the old man came up the walk sketches for The St. James Gazette. For his taste as if they bad been prepared to eat in "Huh! How does yer pect el I dada 1

mortar "Do you hear him whistlingP work for the three journals named he is said France and had come to this country iu a back de money I paid fur de fine 1\

Those elegant youths of leisure at Newportnow "Yes," responded Mr. Sampson nervously to receive'$15,000 a year.J. sailing vesseL steal some morer--Texas: Sifting i, Ij

eat yellow the P.mush of W.for"does breakfast so, too.", since "and the chances are that he will arouse thi Reed Whlppla proprietor of a hotel in Stewed pears and rice would seem to be How He Ma
they beard dog.-New York Sun. Boston carries $50si,000 life insurance. Dr. almost a standard dish at summer hotels, "I understand that CoL Blear 11 T1w&thy.

Stewed tomatoes and foiled rice is a combination R. C. Flower;of the same city, carries $325- where the boarders will surely get enough of ."

actable of some people who don'tcare A.Poem 000. R. )Pulsifer, J. & Fogg and C. H. ope good thing. Well, he's worth about Mv ,rtnrt-

If they destroy other people's appetite.Sines The summer hotel man rolls to Health, Tanner are prominent Bostonians who have The official call for the seventy-ninth annual "How did he make UP

at most watering place hotels taste His name is known to fame; $230,000 on their lives. Spencer W. RicJw meeting of tho A. B C. F. H. has just "He made it cut of coal on.I ."

eau all were made of the same ingredients, The But boarding be house tanner seems small indeed, son,John R. Bullard, James A. Woolson, A.Shuman been issued. The ,meeting will be held iaCleveland. I I "Indeed I

and are'reflection on the boasted sloe of the (At this point ceta-the pen dropped from the oerre. Daniel Norms, Frank Jones, R. Oct 2-6. [ "!es. his wife U. the 1re...with karma m J f fI

chef.JUa. less hand and he was laid tn,aa unknown graces; Gardner Chase and G. Henry Whitcomb are The receipts of the American board for the and he got all her mcoey

"t.gr.. ]o at table d'hote -Life. M content with #0,000 each. .. tee months ending with.Jti 18S3* wero I teal ,

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_- THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY: NOV. 8 1888. 3

'

HOW TH% STARS DRESS A shekel of silver was about CO cents. WHAT THEY WEAR. not IrngsincewTu'II alligators "at" tne'sink. NOVELTIES IN POTTERY.Odd .

Booth pays little attention to whatwTL A cubit was nearly twenty-too inches.A In twenty days they killed COO,an average of in'
Edwin
mite was less than a quarter of a cent. Old silver inlaid with a design of corn- thirty per day.A candlesticks the shape of

be flowers is now much the fashion for all sorts bird died at D. T. : Corinthian pillars, with dainty bases and
Apiece of silver canary Iroquois, re-1)) .
: Mme Palmer has spent a fortune onAgnes or penny, was 13 cents. capitals. ti
A' Sabbath of jewelry. cently at the advanced age of 18 years and G ii il
:
nbI aIcoe. English mile. day's journey was about an Girdles of jet or silver or thick silk cord months. He was a good singer and possessedall Some handsome vases are in underglaze,.

;, Booth spends vast sums of money on are used to define the waists of shirred or his singing powers until the last year, the decoration being splashed gold on an ox
clothes for the stage. :An ephah; or bath, contains seven gallons gathered costumes when he seemed to be in his dotage. Daring,| blood ground.

j[r*. D. P. Bowers while an artist famaking and five pints. Pear shaped beads of fine coral head the last two months his eyesight had nearly Sugar bowls, cream pitchers teapots and
manyof
up, spends but little on dress. A day's journey was about twenty,three the newest bonnet pins while silver tennis failed him. salad dishes with tapestry effect bases are

I Stuart Robson expends a considerable and one-fifth miles. hats hold up the beauty's hair. An alligator seized a 13-year-old boy who pleasing and durable.

share of bi income in dressing himself. A firkin was seven pints, an omer was six Stuffs with printed borders are again 1 was; bathing in the river near Georgetown, An artistic umbrella stand is cylindricaland
I. pints, a cab was three 8 C. on Tuesday and carried him off. The
Annie Plxley made a trip to the mines to pints.-The Evangelist much used for girls' summer frocks and the the decoration is a clump of pink orchids _

'study up the ways and dress sbe wears in full, round skirts have the border as a hem. dispatch naively says that nothing has since on a background harmonizing in color.A .
been seen of the boy. Possibly the searchers
I A hand's
I "11'liss." breadth is equal to three and five- Midsummer dinner are made either rose jar, on which are roses having
gowns
have failed to call the only who
db Ltlis inches. A on party
finger's breadth is equal leaves with relief in is
edges gold
a piece
Margaret Mather possesses a good working t.c one inch. walking length or with a four inch train in could furnished the desired information
,, wardrobe, but it is not one to excite especial place of the regulation ten inch half trainsof 'T4ey should seek the alligator. sure to grace either a boudoir or drawingroom.

.
.comment. SCIENTIFIC SQUIBS. former seasons.

clothes Dull black engraved with THE LATEST IN JEWELS.A A handsome biscuit jar with mazarine
i Billy Florence's are always absolutely onyx deep pol
I' perfect and worth a great many Photographs have been taken by the light ished lines, is quite the best thing for mourning blue decorations has its floral design very
from a fireplace. silver box representing a domino makesa
off
mighty dollars. jewelry, though crapestone and black prettily set by a ground resembling the .
Calming the sea with oil is now regularlyand pearls are always allowable. handy stamp holder. canvas cloth much in vogue for female appareL a
"Dromio" Crane's somewhat fastidious
Fleurs-de-lis much in demand C
doneChaussier
systematically are for both
. taste in dress involves an expenditure, it is Fans with sticks of tigers-eye,studded with
dried a In kiln and there carbuncle scarf pins and pendants.The Arose jar is decorated with two medal- ,
said, of more than $1,iOO a year. man a and ivory combs with tops of
resulted only twelve pounds of solid matter. amber balls are among the latest lures for the newest penholders are of silver with lions. One represents two nymphs who securely -

a Fred Warde spends enormous sums of Galvanized lemon squeezers poison the shekels of fair women. the owner's initial on the top. hold captive a struggling cupid, and *

.l clothes money on which his he stage wears costumes in private, as well life. as the juice by the zinc' which it dissolves from Very small mantles with lace hoods are A loop of pearls joined to a loop of turquoises the ecuted.other is a pastoral scene equally well ex

them. worn with thin toilets by young women at makes an attractive lace pin.

1 Clara Morris has one of the largest and Modern fortifications seem likely to be garden parties and so on, but otherwise The latest in book marks is a silver trowel Some china in the "canvas" effect is very

most expensive of wardrobes on the Ameri- great mushrooms of concrete or of steel cast- wraps are confined to the more than middle with a cut in the center to hold the leaves.A :. I II artistic. A very dark and a turquois Situ
can stage. She designs all her own costumes. ings. aged. make a pretty combination for handles, and
I small diary in a silver case, either for
lira. Florence is CO years old, but she still Berlin is to have next year an exhibition Directoire bonnets have often a trimmingof I the chatelaine pocket, is useful and pretty. floral designs in colors further embellish the

: keeps up as magnificent a wardrobe as when devoted to appliances for preventing acci long feathers lying curved about their Four lustrous hematites, set in claws on a pieces.

I the dazzled the country in "The Mighty Dol- dents. brim, which is lined with velvet or shirred I knife five, make an attractive brooch for Some dainty "ivory" ware vases, with

lar." tulle, and have long strings of soft ribbon I decorations in colored enamel, are very at
Transplanting teeth half
has
been revived. It mourning.
For a single front of a dress worn in"Fedora" was done far at the back. tractive. The neck is in openwork finish,
twenty-five or thirty years ago in Conch shell flower brooches
closely re the patterns being in the conventional Greek
i Fanny Davenport paid Marion ery rare cases. The latest refinement of feminine cruelty sembling the ever popular enameled flowers
t Faster, the artist cripple of Minerva, 0., Wilder is reported from London, where an actress border designs.
. says that if hold breath are much admired.A .
, $ ,0a while a you your quite "killed" her rival's pink gown by arraying I Decorated with fancy floral designs in two
wasp stings ttte skin will become
you convenient whistle is made of two coins
. ; Lawrence Barrett is the best and most Insensible to pain.A herself in a delicious peach blossom colors,and further embellished with clinging
carefully dressed actor on the American hue that made the other seem pale and faint. placed back to back so that it can be easily I vines in different shades of bronze, are some
wire gun recently designed weighs only carried in the pocket. excellent
specimens of faience. This is
ware
; stage. His costumes in "Rienzi" cost over Half wreaths of the biggest flowersare
13,000. twenty-two tons and drives a 380 pound projectile chosen very Silver boxes from which tickets are emittedone : always'popular.On .
for wear directoire hats.
Florence Girard, wife of Henry E. Abbey, twelve miles. They have no foliage upon, but are crushed by one have been made for the convenience 1 one vase is a graceful and daintily
Saccharine, which was to be used as a sub- of "L" road patrons.A .
colored lizard
that into the vase'smouth.
windmill bows
during her brief connection with the Wai- against of dark ribbon or vel- peers i
lack company, spent over $3,000 on her s titute for sugar, appears to cause nausea and vet, and the effect en masse is simply appal- cable of Roman gold, running side by His body winds itself graceful

dresses. dyspeptic symptoms. side with a rope of enameled forget-me-nots, folds about the vase. A snake and a winged

. Paris has thirty miles of pipe for carrying ling.Fringes is a dainty design in bracelets. dragon entwined in relief is also a very artistic _
,Lilian Olcott in the of twisted
silk
spent neighborhood of are again in fashion,
j for her "Theodora" compressed air for power. The engines are as well Cigarette cases of silver, perfectly plain In design.
13,000 wardrobe, besides as guipure lace of heavy pattern, and I
weeks of study in the British museum hunting 3,000 horse power and the coal consumption "chicory" ruching pinked out in petal finish, but having an oxydized silver wire 1 I Avery pretty vase has as handles sporting

plates and fifty tons daily."Emmensite". shapes while initial in the upper left hand corner, are ornamental dolphins, in hues almost equaling those
up prints. jet, we are told, has a new
Louis James will is the name of a non-xp1o- lease of life, though only in the finest quali and attractive.A which the fish are said to possess: when ex-
never consent to appear sive by which it is claimed that with a gun female head of queen shell, in relief, iring. The rest of the decoration and the
. In that is
garb
,. a not as near perfect m ap- forty feet long a projectile can be thrown ties.A beautifully shaded from pink to white and in body of the vase itself are to keeping with
pearance as it can be made by the outlay of peculiarly wiry serge, that comes in
twenty-seven miles. the graceful lines of the fish.
oval
an gold setting mounted on gold bars
time and moderate ,
money. even stripe, makes the least cling
Grubbe experimenting upon telegraph- of this makes a very handsome brooch. A large cigar shaped vase in undarglaza
Joseph Jefferson is ug year's bathing suits, and red or
in his
very particular
make ing by the clouds, using the rays of an arc brown and white are favorite patterns Babies are remembered by the silversmiths effect is decorated in a peculiar manner.
professional As Bob Acres in ,
"The
. Rivals" he wears one up.of the most lamp reflected by the clouds and interruptedby which are finished with stockings, sash and who make for their use a little silver Roses, big brown beetles, fire spitting dragons -
expensive
, sets of dresses ever made.T. the heliographic code. cap of solid color. ,implement in the shape of a snow plow to and delicate leaves and flowers, all in I

, A gun which will throw a shell fifteen The last take the place of fingers in taking food from colors, are jumbled promiscuously on a maw
W. Keene neither time very sweet thing in bonnets is tortoise arine blue ground. The effect however is
trouble
. spares miles (and there are such) will drop it upon shell, which wrought into the plate. ,
a comb and
J nor money in securing a proper and elegant the deck of a ship before the ship can be seen, coronet that about Among the newest and most beautiful designs pleasing.
tangle in a lot of lace
. wardrobe. His is said to be the largest and as at that distance is "hull down." Rose jars are at much iademand.
any ship tulle flowers and things, and are supposed to in bracelets is one of king shell shaded present very
most complete of in his line.
any one A company has been formed in London, make a sufficient head covering, though the from light brown to white and composed oi One handsome design simulates

.i Marie Wainwrigbt is credited with being with a capital of $2,500,000, for the manu- effect is startlingly bareheaded.For seven female heads in oval relief, mount white leaves borne aloft on twigs of gold.

'. the best dressed woman on the American facture of aluminum sodium and potassium. there on gold bars.-Jewelers' Weekly The background and body color is a Persian

\ stage, although many actresses carry more It has acquired all the best patents for the glace silk traveling that are the are dust of cloaks of gray red at the bottom,shading off lighter toward

, money to the dressmakers than she does. purpose. while for the acme elegant quietness CURIOUS THINGS OF LIFE. the top, until the cover is an ideal "crushed F
carriage are shown sweeping "
, j Mary Anderson pays but little heed to A safety envelope has been invented which garments of bright red bengaline trimmed strawberry.

: 1 costuming: beyond that necessary to meet the is tinted in such manner as to turn black, witk dots of black lace, or else green, The marriage of a West Point, Ga.. couplewas A monster flower pot is of peculiar olive

requirements of the characters she plays, blue and red it an attempt is made to openit bedizened with yards of white ribbon. solemnized in ,a boat on the Cbattarhoochee color, shading off into lighter and darker ef'ects. -

and has little or no wardrobe to boast of. by wetting or exposing to steam, while it Quite the feature of directoire river. Starting at the bottom in a wicker
is gowns are An Englishman recently lost a work design, ;.is soon gives way to scales
containing -
not
affected by moist air or fog. the purse
Mod jeska is big buttons of
so particular about silver
her dresses gold or filigree, or
3,500 at a London carriage sale. It which continue to the top. On each side, in
that she makes them herself. That is she A new patent candlestick keeps the candle else of china, hand painted with flowers
,
was found by an emyloye at the stables, relief, is a flying dragon,and two half human
buys the material and has the cutters and perpendicular, no matter how the stick maybeheld. bugs or landscapes, and as they cost a small who it rewarded heads serve tor handles.
returning was withthe
seamstresses come in and complete them The main principle of the inven fortune it is lucky for intending wearers upon ,
, under her supervision. tion is a ball joint of the simplest kind at the that six-three each side below the revs re'- thanks of the man and the. amount of hicab Moorish rose jars are in the shapes made
fare 2s. Cd.
: bottom of the socket suffice for familiar by pictures of eastern life. Splashed
: Many of Mitchell's the latter being fixed a gown.
Maggie dresses have While James Martin, a wealthy farmer of gold on cobalt; blue background, and the 'in
to
been an arm from the side of the base and extending In black
I picked stockings is
up during years of ram to the center. The comfort and 11 of always well worn, but McLuney, Perry county,O., and his son John tricate designs inseparable from the mind oft
.: Mings and while inexpensive when considered many the best dressers now favor the
were harvesting their machine out the Moorish decorator on backgrounds in
safety of the contrivance is got o
i I' separately, are worth a apparent. cream and ecru balbriggans, and for wearwi
pretty penny order and both men crawled under it to fix it. color combinations, which would never be
;.f when: considered together. h the tan shoes so often seen, it is impera
tive While in this position their horses became risked by other decorators, are odd and yet
SUPERSTITIONS
ABOUT INSECTS.
to have
The dresses worn Mrs. stockings of quite the same and pleasing.-Jewelers' Weekly.
by Langtry in A shade. For frightened ran away, drawing the ma
iti Wife's Peril" cost her something like 1,000, The Koran says all flies shall perish saveone matches evening the toilet the stocking exactly chine over them and almost decapitating i
,of while I gowns.
her
complete wardrobe, including the the bee fly. them.
dresses made this Gauzy cream blonde combined with moire TABLE DECORATIONS.
season for "As iu a Looking
been in
Having for
trance
It is regarded as a death warning in Germany brocade a nearly two
or and
_ Glass, is valued at $25,000. lightly trimmed with gold or
; Joseph Guilfoyle of N.
years Birmingham
.: to hear a cricket's cry. silver is much fuchsias used
j worn by youthful matrons for Scarlet are to decorate any
Rose Coghlan whose dresses Y., has just awakened from what to
as a star haveyet The Tapuya Indians of South America say | watering place for full dress, while the maids appears cold meats or salads which are deep pink or
him
!'; 1 to be written and commented to have been but the sleep of a night.
up
upon the devil assumes the form of a fly. choose China or India made red in color lobsters shrimps boiled ham
: crape gauze, up or
; ; by the public at large, spent as a rule, while in fashion His family knew him to be alive, of course,
\ leading lady of the old WalJack stock company Rain is, in some parts of our own country, cion empire of and worn with the suspi or, as the doctor put it, 'Hn a catalepsystate. tongue, etc.

,,,';" from fro to $oOO on her dresses for expected to follow unusually loud chirpingof a tournure. ." Ho was constantly under the care ofa The French never serve their fruits, no

,:: crickets. matter how exquisite a plate without delicate
every new play in which she was cst physician.A a -

Flies are sometimes regarded as furnishing SCIENTIFIC SQUIBS. curious custom that attracts the attention napkin of green leaves under the luscious

f-ii:. CURIOUS THINGS OF LIFE. prognostications of the weather, and even ol The long distance telephone service between of strangers in Panama is the spectacle masses of color.

>.:""'t other events. New York and other cities connected of native women walking along the street Sweet scented and spicy herbs may be used

,' : : A Nebraska tornado blew a cow's tail bald 'Spaniards, in the Sixteenth century, believed is increasing satisfactorily. It is expectedthat smoking long, slender cigars. It is the custom about the finger: bowls if nothing else is available

:, : without injuring the animal. that spiders indicated gold, where New York and Buffalo will connected of the women there to gather in the public when they would not be at all agreeable

; they were found in abundance. by falL This will be the longest telephone markets as early as sunrise to gossip and surrounding something to be eaten.

C r Natural gas has caused in Pennsylvania in Although a sacred insect the Egyptians in the country.Mr. talk over affairs while enjoying their morning Grape leaves and their twining tendrils are
three among
_. 6 years seventy-three fires, costing $900000. smoke. Their confabs take
the
place ofa the most suitable choice on which to arrange
uj' > the beetle receives but little notice in Edison intends to utilize the pond of
: '. folk lore.. It is unlucky in England to kill water which now separates his laboratory morning paper. fruit, although there are many kinds of
,- A thief who stolo two fowls from farmer which the foliage itself forms a
a from his new phonograph factory. Ho will At Grand Rapids, Mich., the other day, an pleasing
at West Rutland, Vt., the other night, one.In build applicant for marriage license misunderstanding ., cushion.
a small ,
boat
ferry be
}, dropped Germany, it is said to indicate good to run by electricity
a gold watch in the hen house and it the questions put to him the Ata country dinner -usually small
where luck to have a spider spring his web downwards will be run back and forth gave game
l
,' a dear bargain for him. rises toward hour. he was about to marry. When he showed the beautiful smooth pieces of birch bark, lined
you.
A Georgia license to his prospective bride her consternation with leaves of freshly washed mint
baby, not quite 2 :years old, The To make a cherry stain, mix together spear ,
"bas fallen grasshopperisasufcientlyunwelco mt by was unmistakable and the crestfallen and tied around with ribbon
over the foot of the bed 111 times stirring some long grass.
ono of
visitant of himself in this country, but it quart spirits of turpentine,
by groom-elect
soon at the
actual count besides mashing both hands one pint of japan reappeared county Pink and white clovers with their
Germany his presence is further said to announce one pound of Venetian building and had the mistake rectified.A pretty
father .
badly, and having the surgeon called strange guests.A red ground in oil, and two ounces of dry leaves, are much used to trim loaves of cako
':. about twice a week to sew up cuts in hcalp burnt umber. Apply with a brush and wipe man applied for a pension at the Maine and soft custards. If used for the latter the

..J > Welsh tradition says bees came from off with a cloth. Finish with one coat of state agency in Augusta the other day, and, custard must be served in a low dish and this: i

'. A man down in Dickson county, Tenn., paradise, leaving the garden when man fell shellac and two coats of varnish. being asked on what ground he thought himself set in a large plate,the V between being filled
but with God's blessing, so that wax is necessary I
Planted entitled to a answered "Drunk-
i i pension, :
watermelons with clover.
just at the edge of his In Carlisle
England tall
,
in the celebration of the mass.The factory chimneysare "
The
wn enness. astonished
'.,,. and the vines ran over into a neigh1'1 being utilized as sewer ventilators with pension agent toldhim Wreaths of lemon verbena or rose geranium
t field ancients generally maintained that that pensions are only granted for disability '
and
produced so many and such good results twenty-nine now being used. are the prettiest decoration for finger bowls
'# large melons that the neighbor is about to there was a close connection between beef The velocity of the rising air has been measured contracted in the army. "I know although when they are unobtainable delicate
-for and the souL Porphyry speaks of "those that, said the applicant. "Drunkenness is
E trespass. by Mekie ferns vines feathery Ivy
Surveyor and it is found to trailing grasses,
and I
souls which the ancients called Lees. my disability, contracted it in the
" Among the most miraculous escapes on be 1,202 feet a minute in ordinary weather.The army." leaves, horseshoe geraniums and even many

" : ftcordb that of a 3-year-old boy, who was It is said that upon the backs of the seven owners of the factories make no objection shaded rose leaves are not to be despised.For .

et>.J,;:, week picked up by the cowcatcher of a year locusts, there sometimes appear mark! to this use of their chimneys, and the RELIGIOUS GLEANINGS.In a 5 o'clock tea service the delicate piles

r 8alttmom and Ohio train going twenty-five like a letter of the alphabet. When thit practicessemstomeetwithgeneraappmra L of thin bread,and butter should be encircled

/ : **hour, and though for a minute knocked looks like a W it is thought that a war is im A new way of annealing small pieces of the last ten years Nebraska Methodism with a feathery wreath of fragrant lemon

"",' ',: "ase1es; In no way hurt or bruised.A minent. steel is given by a writer in the English Me- has increased from 8,000 to ever 20,000 com verbena and if the hostess drop a sprig of

..: ,<, ; story comes from Mecklenburg German tribes regarded stag beetles at crania Heat the piece as slowly as possible, municants. this into each cup ere she pour the boiling teaa

,,;c: qty, \a., of a woman, sick unto death, diabolic, and all beetles are detested in Ireland and when at low red beat put it between two There are twelve Chinese students in the delicate foreign will be infused into

f whose hair was cut short during her illness, more especially a bronze variety known pieces of dry boards and screw them up tight Medical Missionary society's hospital iu Canton the decoction.It .

. !.: ..3,, 'Dd.hen it grew again was almost white, as "gooldie." It is also believed that to see a in a vise. The steel burns its way into the four of whom are women. should be the habit of any one having

4' ," Hbe, hair cut off most obligingly turned beetle will bring on a rain storm the next boards, and on coming: together around it Recent statistics show that there are about the table decoration in charge to cut the

I"'!. r too, and as a switch still ornaments they form a practically air tight charcoal 6,800 Catholic churches in this country, to blossoms or foliage an hour or two before

., r." m owner's head. day.There are said to be no spiders in Ireland, bed. When it cools off the steel is apt to be which are attached $000; parochial schools. using, to dip them carefully in fresh water or

.. brae found thoroughly annealed. sprinkle them, letting the water run througha
three months ago the water in a nor will spiders spin their web in an Irish The sudents of the Presbyterian college in
oak cedar roof. A is said tc Dr. Feasts Cetera writes to a Spanish medical colander, then placing the stems Un water,
*well nor on spider
r- London who
have
'F some feet to of their
:.:' forty deep, began a missionary own,
, *** and boil in have saved Mohammed from his pursuers, journal concerning a new process to distinguish and take definite let them stand in a cold, dark place until
each
a mot alarming manner up some object
,
": and*few weeks later the performance w ay by spinning its web across a cave where he between human and animal blood. are now engaged in raising $2,500 for year th'g every leaf shall lift itself upright and fresh.

-l tpeated sought refuge. The same is said of David, He says: "If blood be mixed with a little
<, w the owner concluded to clean it; Medical mission in Formosa. The Hero of the Future.
. :',::.;J J 8 and find the trouble He did-and didn't"t in the cave of Adullam. bile, small crystals are formed which are of
'-J for when different shapes in different species of ani The Young Men's Christian association of "Oh. he's a man with a name renowned
j the bottom was reached there And wide fame bath be.**
Cincinnati have begun tile erection of a new a spread
'* mals. In man they stated to be
;.> ;.c.... :-l *7** nothing there, and the well and themys- A Seasonable Rhpne.I in the are rightangled and elegant hall, the cost of which will be -Hath be written a realistic tale***
. .j /we today as deep as ever. The apple ripens on the tree. prisms; horse, cubes; in pigs $150,000. This will be the centennial gift, in "Not. booklet of his you'll see." ,
The hen brings forth her second brood right angled prisms very similar to those "Hath be discovered the reason why '-
Li And daily by the sounding sea seen in rhomboids: in sheep, rhomboidal memory of the organization of the Northwestern The wHy base balls curve f r'

:, ? DEFINITION OF BIBLE TERMS. The collar wilts upon the dude.. plates; in dogs, the same as human blood, territory of this association to the Indeed, he never hath watched a game:

A and in chickens, more or less regular cubes." cause of Christianity.The From business be would not swerve.** ,
terah was 1 cent. The mower's singing In the mead. journal of the Protestant Episcopal hh.ls be the slugger that's 'killed.' J. !8.f I

?fr' A farthing was3cent4 The rose the air with fragrance fills, CREATION'S LOWER diocese of Arkansas gives the following statistics lhthe boss stroke of a crewr. .; .
A The wild tomato runs to seed ORDERS.Mr. "No: none of these tame and frivolous acts : -
del of gold was ea. The Icemen send their little bills. for the past year: Baptisms adults, Would be sir, stoop to do." ,', : ..,

A ta3em> of trim Price, of Macon, Ga., the other day Cl; infants, 155; total, 210 Confirmations "What is itt Oh tell me what bath t e done* ', --"
t A ta1ent gold was f13EW. We His dally see vessel's the yachtsman sheets and tacks; killed a big wild turkey with his little pistol, 163; communicants, 1,atJ; marriages, 37.; "He's honored o'er every cashier;, r

A 1 of silver was $533.33. At evening'saucy In bay windows dim and the bird was eighty yards off and up a burials, 50. Sunday school teachers, 117;; fit's broken the record of every bank., '/ ;; .

s bhl was one gallon and two pints.I And dusky there are little smacks. tree into the bargain. pupils, 960. Offerings total, $28t' -L35;Value And skipped with a million clear." \ ."

rs,reed was nearly eleven feet.. ,. .<. .. -Boston Courts?. Four gentle } .eamft. to Gainesville, Q&. t of: church property, $172,600. I ,_ -MorningJournal.-

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4 THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, ''NOV. 8,1888. .

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THE FLORIDA STAR. Contradiction. A .Ne,v Style Yacht. Ford Replies to Gibson.To I Manatee is again free from yellow] fever
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Editor Florida Star: Editor Florida Star: the Edilor of the Star: and Palmetto reports the same.

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY.ELLIS DEAR SIR-I understand from various What Washington authority calls one DEAR SIR-I notice in your last issue I S. Von Gemmingen, George Palmer

ft WAGER Editor and f lis er. sources that it is currently reported in Ti- of the greatest novelties of the age, is being that Mr. D. P. Gibson undertaken to and others, of the, are Canal hard Company's engineering -
corps
Sec. the office whichI now at work
correct in
errors as
usville and that my ,
vicinity, yellow fever is constructed in our town. the Hillsboro river.NOTICE..
$1.5O per Annum. held for a primary meeting at Sebas-
at Oak Hill. There is
prevalent no case Capt. John D. Cornwall
a thorough 6th. True I will .
tian Oct.
Entered at the POll Office at Tittuvilleas of sickness. any kind whatever, at Oak seaman of fifty nautical acknowledgemy
years knowledge
Second-Class Matter. Jill, and we have established a strict and a gentleman of inventive inefficiency for the position, but Mr. I am prepared with full set of too;
great genius Gibson that with for sinking artesian wells.
forgot to say accepted With
infected my
THE STAR is the OFFICIAL newspaperfor quarantine against points. has applied for patent of the excelsior reluctance, and he insisted that I was the small set, have sunk four wells 155 to-
Brevard county. Please publish contradiction of the report of water navigation.A 200 feet deep, obtaining flows of from
in the STAR and one for the place. Consequently he 80,000 to
oblige. Very truly 86,000 gallons per day
from
The Star has the Largest circulation yours, yacht, GO ft. long 18ft. 6in. beam the should somewhat blame himself, insteadof two inch pipes? Have also a large set

of any paper on the East coast of Fla.A WM. C. HOWES. lull composed of four convex compart- acting as a criterion against me. I for[ sinking six to ten inch pipes, if wan,

make SQUARE a column.Is one inch in space; 21 squares Chairman of Local Health Committee. running ]longitudinally, divided into also notice that the Hon. D. P. Gibson ted.purchased Having tools ventured and in the business,

advertising rates enquire of the Editor twelve watertight compartments her takes the liberty upon himself to title full flowing ,wells successfully I ask the obtained

always enclosing two cent stamp. OAK HILL, FLA., Oct. 31. 1888. metically sealed, with bulkheads, and me to the public the Juvenile Knightof influence of citizens and friends patronageand who
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atASOr.Ia air compartments of three square feet Labor, for all of which I should like to appreciate my efforts and who want
Indian River Lodge, F. & A. M. meets the Friday Editor of the Florida Star: capacity between each compartment.The know his authority, but perhaps I shall wells. Respectfully,
eve on or prior to full moon every month. DEAR ALBERT S MAORUDER
J. UIKDEI: Sec. A. A. STEWABT. W. 31. SIR-It having been reported at air compartments furnished with a fall heir as unconsciously as he did his ,
'itu'ville that there were several cases perforations for the injection of air and Colonelship.As Rock Letbe.IVortli .

WE give our readers, to-day, all the of :yellow fever at Oak Hill, I deem it water. The perforations are at the rear of to my being influenced,or in plainer Unou'llIg.

election news that is obtainable by every my duty to deny such report most em- each air compartment, causing the air English than Mr. Gibson seems to putit Mr. "". H. Morgan, merchant, Lake

source at our command. It looks very hatically. injected by the oscillating motion of the bribanj. I can only say that the near- City, Fla., was taken with severe Cold
There has not been a case of fever of boat, to strike the forward bulkhead of atttended with a distressing (:Qu hnd
est to influence bribe offered
York State elects any or me on into
much as though New kind in running Consumption in its first
any or near our settlement within the
next water-tight compartment, givingher the occasion was by D. P. Gibson, who stages. He tried many so-called popular
Harrison to the Presidency by a few the past twelve months ; neither has an impetus to her
speed. before the meeting wanted to run me for cough remedies and steadily crew worse.
thousands. As it was anticipated, there there been one refugee from Enterprise or Two of the ]longitudinal compartmentsare Constable, but when he found that I was Was reduced in flesh, had Difficulty in

was trading between the two factions in any other infected district. fixed one on each side of the keel. in favor of candidate Cain he quickly breathing tried and Dr.was unable to sleep. Finally .
King's New
New York City of Cleveland votes for The only refugees we have had were The space between the inner and outer changed his notion, and proposed his son for Consumption and found immediate Discovery

which reduced the \Ir. C. C. Branning and family, of your one of 5ft. 6in. wide, is arched to a Mercia, of which I was glad. The pub- relief, and after using about a half dozen
for
votes
Mayor -
expected
town, and Mr. H. Seagrave Adams and bottles found himself well and
height of 20 inches, the whole length of lic will allow me to state in answer to has hadno
majority in that city. There was family, who have been spending the return of the di>eate. No other rem
the yacht, leaving no obstruction to her Mr. Gibson's surprise at the result of the show
edy record of
also a gain for Republicans other parts summer on the coast, and are yet with speed in going through the water-the ', ballot box, that I am surprised to find a as Dr.can King's so New grand Discovery a for cures Con.

of the State oyer the vote of 1884. us, neither of them having been near any columns of water rushing through these man of his years so soft as to believe a sumption. Guaranteed to do just whatis
1 1t
infected district. arches like bars in should for candidate becauseit claimed for it. Trial bottle free at 1t
acting
Our own State has done nobly, and paralell keeping man vote a
By notice Dixon & Benson's Drug Store TituSTiJ1t
giving of
above will ,
Florida will continue under Democraticrule you the yacht on her course and preventing happens to be his choice. To make Mr.
correct false t
a report and confer a favor any lee-way. She will be capable of Gibson thoroughly understand me, a few 1111)thc Right Medicine.
for another four years We antici-
upon carrying great quantities of freight with- days ago I understood from a citizen of The day of teas, decoction, infusion and
pate that Bullock's majority will not ex_ Yours respectfully, out materially affecting her draft, the this district who happend to be presentat sunk sloops has passel and is being replaced -

ceed 800 or 1000. Our county table ALEX. A. BERRY, P. :M. pressure of the freight on the water forcing the meeting, that he counted high on States by fluid Dispensatory extracts,says The in latent this United con

speaks for itself. It gives all the infor- an additional supply of air and water my vote, all of which I can truthfully I nection :

mation required. This is the earliest in Pineapple Culture in Florida. through her 100 perforations, compress- say that he had no reason to, but before become"Both decoction and infusion hare now I

I came to Florida in the fall of 1879, ing the air already in, giving her a resisting the meeting he was trying to influenceme almost obsolete,and deservedly mx"In
view of the above advanced
the history of Breyard that her yote has ide and
says Thomas E. Richards, in the American force against the draft placed against Cain, but without effect.I stubborn facts we beg to call attention to
been so near completely given the second Agriculturist, with impared health upon her.When think Mr. Gibson will find that he the Prickly Ash, Poke Root and Potafelam

day after election. and no definite idea as to what business ballasted by the amount of only counted his chickens before they compound which has gained such a notoriety -
and is undoubtedly the
I! should engage in. I settled on the water she draws in her air-tight compart- hatched. But surely as he is only a new GREATEST BLOOD rUIUFIEK

A'o 31 ore Fancy steps in the banks of the Indian River, and found it ments her draft will not exceed 4 inches, beginner in politics in this part of the of the age. Has cured more rheumatism,

Waltz. free from malaria and frost. I decided to and when loaded not over six. If it be- : country instead of a good old Democrat Syphilis Scrofula, Old Sores, Skin diseases
Blood Taints etc., in the last six month*
From Clara JBelfs New York Letter. ,
embark in pineapples, though I had it comes necessary for deep water naviga- according to his acclamation, although than all the other Blood remedies on the
I am able to tell you definitely that all to learn and no books or papers threw tion to ballast and steady her, it is done : he has resided a number of years here as market. I t is no humbug_ no secret but a

the round dancing of the ensuing win- any light upon the business. I knew by inserting water into her water-tight is well known, still he has never before composed of fluid extracts of
ter, as done by the swells of New York, in taken in Prickly Ash, Poke Root, Queen's Delightand i
nothing of the soil required for pineap- compartments through an opening part any election. We all sincerely ,
Sarsaparilla, with the Iodide Potassium t
will be quietly graceful, with enough action ples, or what culture they required. But he top, which ordinarily is kept sealed ] hope that our unfortunate friend added. Physicians indorse it as a

to avoid all resemblance to the per- upon the advice of neighbors I obtained by a screw cap, and taking it out, for will rally and gain courage and take splendid combination. It i* a powerful
formers of the comical doll's quadrille, shoal water navigation interest in future.I tonic and builds up the system rapidly. If EI
40,000 plants at $10 per thousand, and by an ordinary more
and to be unlike the you are weak and feeble try one bottle.Take .
yet quiet enough set them out. They looked well for some pump. thoroughly agree with Mr. Gibson P. I). P. and gain flesh and strength

motions of the ballet. Every summer four! months, when they began to die in The Usual bump, bump of ordinary that we ought to keep all drunkards and rabidly. It is the best remedy: for malarial t

fanciful round dances are introduced at the heart or bud. Nothing could ave light draft boats, will be obviated in rascals out of office, but I am not willing poison, and will cure chills in every in

the watering places, and very pretty theyare them ; they all died out. I abandonedthat this, by the shape! of her bottom forward, to claim my friend Dempsey Cain as a stance.who As are a tonic in low and state regulator of health for il ba females *- I I

for the children. Grownup peopleare land, and came across the sound and and the water passing through her per- member of that club, I see by his article no equal. Try one bottle and be cwmoceJ I

tempted to indulge in, them, and planted a few plants in my present situ forations acting as a cushion. ] that he evidently has reformed in the t

they often do so nimbly and without ation and well. I For her water-tight feyears far is Wonderful Cures.
they grew Finally compartments, past as as liquor concerned ,
9 awkwardness. The past season's speciality found out why the first ones died, whichwas the captain improvises barrels, which he for I believe it is a well known fact that W. D. Hoyt & Co., Wholesale and Entail -

in this line was the York waltz, which my first lesson in pineapple culture. re-coopers,cemen ting them inside and otit he used to make wine for market when a Druggists of Rome, Ga., says We
differed from the waltz introdu- have been Dr. dew Discovery
selling Kings
plain by
The fact is, the pineapple will not growin with patent cement, proof against rust, resident of Georgia. Nevertheless I am and Bucklen' I
of halt and kick in each Electric Bitters,
cing a sort a a shell land. Raw shell either fine or water and worms. She will not be truly glad of the refermation, and hope Arnica Salve for four years. have never

revolution. Bdys and girls generally did coarse, will kill pineapple plants. In troubled with the disagreeableness of next to hear of his being domestically handled remedies that sell as well, or

it in a happy and pleasing manner. Men 1881 I put out a good patch of pineapple bilge water, the only water necessary reformed.By give such universal satisfaction. There

Some were, almost of the invariably awkward'succeeded at it. plants; they grew well and I kept at it, being in her air compartments, which is chance I have just been shown by have these been medicines some wonderful in this city.cures Several effected ]

young women and have every year increased the num- continually refreshed by the running of correspondence between the two cases of pronounced consumption barf 1

and some failed, in their practice of the ber until now I have some 250,000 under the yacht. She is calculated. make a candidates for Justice of Peac of this been entirely cured by use of a few betties .

York which was an adaptation of a bat- culture. With the same amount of labor speed equal to the "Catamaran.; district, in which Mr. Cain's opponent, of Dr. King's Discovery, taken in .
last winter in the with Electric Bitters. '\9e-
tle
movement seen that is put in orange culture there is more Her bulwarks will be 3ft. high ; depth now, since the election, is of the opinion connection
them Sold all drugstores
interludes of the guarantee always. by
terpsichorean opera at to be realized, for pineapples bring returnsso from top of deck to keel, 2ft. 6in. ; she that Mr. Gibson's interest was taken in on Indian River. I

o. Metropolitan. But there are three dancing much sooner. We set 16,000 per acre, will be fitted with two telescopic houses, him through spite for Cain. And he a

masters to whom Fifth avenue people at a cost of $160 for plants. They can 32ft. long, 7ft. feet wide, one on each (Gibson's choice) not only declines to run FRUITS. 11JIll
GREEN AND DRIED
go every autumn for a little preliminary be bought for less, but that is the priceof side, divided into rooms with a hallway against Cain, but offers him his supportat

f training in order to be made ready the best; and the second year from 4ft. 6in. wide, running between. the poll He certainly has made no Foreign and Domestic.Selser a

for the winter dancing campaign. These planting they will yield nearly as much The houses are to be arched to give less secret of the way he detests being used t1

expositors annually agree upon a meth- per acre as a 10-year-old orange grove. resistance to the wind, and when at sea as a convenience to gratify the personal Bro Comp'y
od of instruction and haye decided 1
they There is not as much land as is reportedin to be telescoped level with her bulwarks, spites of his neighbors who consider ,
that there shall be toleration of "Q
I! in the waltz for no the fancy South Florida, that can produce them making her thoroughly seagoing.She themselves superb. Very respectfully, Agents for Bishop, Hoyt & Co' Hammock a;
steps coming season. without protection, but it would pay to will be schooner rigged. The AUTHOR C. FORD. Land Florida Oranges,

: This decision will be accepted by all the protect them. Where there is no danger captain intends visiting the most prom- Or, the Juvenile Knight of Labor. Citra, Florida.
beaux and belles of New York swelldom,
from heavy freezing a very thin covering inent seaports and yachting courses of ,
but of course the dancers of other cities will keep off f ro t. the United States, exhibiting and displaying Forty-eight Italians from New York,

I this may do as they please about following I am sure there will never be an overproduction her many qualities. She is sure passed through Palatka Tuesday on the COMMISSION MERCHANDISE.' l

example. of this fruit. I have made to command attention, and in the near fast mail for Kissimmee, where they will --

Caution. future, in my humble opinion she will work on the St. Cloud sugar plantations.
wine from the fruit which proved excel- FrUits-
All rail via. Atlantic supersede the present mode. Mayor Lilienthal has force of Special Attention Given Florida
,j. shipments or oranges lent and had a fine bouquet. I also a large

Coast Despatch, are strongly urged make cider of it; the acid of the pine is OBSERVER. hands at work at Sanford, clearing up 28 N. Delaware Ave., and 29 Water St 1

by Pancoast and Griffith's wholesale of the best for the stomach. Vinegar is things generally, and pulling up all rot- ict

; fruiters etc of Philadelphia, who caution also made from the juice which discounts Monthly Meteorological Summary ten sidewalks. Disinfectants are being Philadelphia, Pa. IiIiII

shippers against confounding this northern vinegar. I think a good arti- of Titnsville Fla., during 15581FURrIfiRED the month of Oct. used freely. References Seventh Nat'l. Bank Produce

I I only all rail route with the similarly named cle of brandy could be made from pine- BY THE U. S. SIGNAL OFFICE] Manatee alone loads the steamer Kis- Nat'l.Produce Bank House; Mercantile in Philadelphia-Agenoe
or
"Florida Despatch," and "Atlantic apples as there is a great amount of sac- S IIIU 1110 1'1'. simmee each week, several hundred boxes any

Coast Line," the two latter necessitating charine matter in them. They are also Mean barometer, 30.054. were lef tat Murphy & Jackson's wharf

transfers to ships, delays and damage be- canned, so that all can be used. Pineap Highest barometer, 30.26 on the 18th. because not sufficient to make a third'car Oak Lawn House .1
sides frequent ruin in the hot holes of pie growing will bethe chief industry in Lowest barometer, 29.65 on the 10th. "
Monthly] range of barometer, ..61.Mean load.The
the boats. this part of the State in the future.
near temperature, 72.05. new oufit for the Palatka rITe police 1'w
Messrs. Pancoast and Griffith advise I have a few new varieties of pineapples, Highest temperature, 87.5 on the 28th. has arrived. The clubs are made of Lake Worth, Dade County, Fla-

i I against f "dividing shipments" to various some being much better than the stand- Lowest temperature, 53.0 on the 13th. polished oak, and the belts of black]leather : 't

: merchants in a city, which, they ard sorts. The Egyptian Queen is a bet- Monthly range of temperature, 34.5. with blue tassels. The badges are sil New House and Newly Furnished%
; claim simply puts the fruit in its -own Greatest daily range of temperature, in : utte#-
ter fruit for most purposes but it is not 24.4. ver, star in the center,circle with "Palatka Rooms single or : -.

competition-competition to sell I They good canned. The large pines, such as Least daily range of temperature, 6.0. Fire Police."

i recommend consolidating on the ground Trinidadare shy bearers and a rather Mean daily range of temperature, 15.5. Hawthorn stands unrivalled in Floridafor NEAR THE INLET.

: : that best custom attaches to larger receipt*, coarse fruit, but they are very handsomeand Mean daily dew point, 67.2. health .11,....
and all "little lots". are left to the less bring a good price from $1 to $2 Mean daily relative humidity, 83.8. Harry Montgomery being 105
satisfactory "transient trade." Prevailing direction ot wind S.E.V years old, Elijah Walls 91, Miss Grad-
I+ per apple. Total movement of wind, 5,765 miles. dock 87, W. Henson 85, James Fennel Best View of Lake and Ocean '.1

+! :Mr. Arthur T. Feaster, postal clerk on Highest velocity of wind and direc- 81, Harriet Fennel 72 and Madison ;
tion 28 South 10th &
11th '
i the Jacksonville and Tampa route, was To correct a wide spread misapprehension Total precipitation, 3.75 inches. Sparkman 75, all being old residents.. ground
and Fishing 'fIA
And best Hunting .
in town this week. He visited Indian it is necessary to state that X. C. Number of clear days, 18. Poles for the electric light wires at on Lake Worth. 'f

i River for the express purpose of seeing Bryan has never been a partner, agent, or Number of fair days, 10. Pensacola were being distributed Mon J:

I his many' old friends, and casting, on representative of mine. Those who de- Number of cloudy days, 8. day. The first distribution will cover Fino Lawn shaded by monster Oaks .

Tuesday, his ballot for the full Democrat- sire information relativeto artesian well the business portion of the city and the and Tropical Growth, both .!!,t

i s 1 ticket.Monday evening he gave a dance etc., may derive the advantage exten- A meeting was held at Braidentown system will be extended asan increasing Wild and Cultivated.Try ..,..

t it t Wager's Hall at which a very pleas- ded experience direct, by addressingJ. Tuesday, for the purpose of organizing a patronage shall demand. The poles are will come *P1 t, '5a"; :

I anj, time was had by a number of ouyoung A. Darst, Pioneer well-sinker.] Box telegraph company to. run wires to con- of cypress, thirty-five feet in length,. and us once and you

J ]e. 211, Titusville, Fla. ;. nect at Tampa. carry a four-wire arm each.. ALLEN E. HEYSEB. Proprietor.

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!, L. C. OLIVER. F. T. BUDGE.QciIvEIR .



RUMPH'S & BUDGE" '. S. H.RAY,


,1"j Dealers in

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.1\1I'...".1 Successor to J. C. Norwood and Co.,
GEORGIA PINE LUMBER,


; MILLINERY TITUSVILLE, FLA.Gen'l .
SHINGLES AND LATHS.

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A;F.=.4' Sash, Doors and Blinds ; Stoves, Tinware and Crockery.Eefrigerators Merchandise



.r DRESSMAKINGESTABLISHMENT 1 AI1\T'PY'S ArJD OILS, STORE.


t1. Water Coolers, Ice Cream Freezers, '



Screen Wire, Screen Windows, Screen-Wire Doors.

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", POWDER AT NEW YORK PRICES. I propos to keep .'

J TITDSYILLE FLA.

TITUSVILLE FLORIDA..
id A First-Class Stock

TROPICAL AND SUB-TROPICAL FRUITS AND FLOWERS.
TITUSVILLE
Egyptian Queen Pine Slips.
-OFGROCERIES-
INDIAN RIVER NURSERIES.Bone .

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

I have just received my STOCK of CATALOGUE MAILED FREE. TERMS CASH.

JQLLINERY GOODS; this embracesthe JOHN B. BEACH, Indian River Nurseries, East Melbourne, Fla.

the LATEST STYLES and SHADES


J of .A.. Frosolier, IRRIGATE I IRRIGATE !I:0 ]


PROPRIETOR. :-
INDIES'PELT&STRAW
i DRY GOODS

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The requistcs of a good Wind Engineare

Parlor Suites
HATS POWER, LIGHTGOVERNING RUNNING, SELF- NOTIONS
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Bed Room Suites, I I STRENGTH TO WITH.I -

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1 RIBBONS FEATHERS Etc. STAND STORMS, DU- [ ABILITY, & SIMPM-
Hens' Ladies' & Children
Beds Mattresses
CITY. .


i.i Springs, Numbers of tes- timonials can be SAC': E S.ii .

F shown to prove the KirkvoodWindEnthese. -
And everything in the FURNITURE
J 1IISS SWAIN, a lady of experience
line. Call and see the New Stock posseses all these.
;:.1{ in Dressmaking and in Trimming Hats received. .
just
t. trill be in charge of this Department to ,

.t:), Design, or trim to order all Hats purchased Keeps full supply of metallic and wooden

:J' if desired. She will also Design Coffins Cases and Caskets. THE KIRKWOOD WIND ENGINEIs ATS,

,
DRESSES
f. ; and MAKE TO ORDER
the Most Reliable, Durable, Lighte t-running and Powerful Wind Engine in-
rl] when the materials are purchased from Funerals attended if desired. All or- vented. Coupled with its symmetrical design and handsome appearance makes it

f j stock. It is not my intention to establish ders promptly executed, and at reasona- most desirable and economical for the purchaser.
: done. 22AGENTSf'aft
rates Embalming
Or a Dressmaking Department to my MILLS, TANKS, TOWERS, rUMPS, PIPING.
business for the profits in Dressmaking, ..CLOTHING
( make S5.OO per
Mill be in Eden.V'rite for Illustrated Cata
profit wiling our can seen operation at my place at
but only to assist or promote my sales in We beat the logue,free. Address, ,
t for low price AilED
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. Drag Goods. Goods bought elsewhere
FMJMI PIIOTO4 RADII ALBUM.
G. LOUTREL LUCAS EDEN FLORIDA.
1 Till not be made'up.. 8K x 10X. Embossed padded bide, 8,ezten" 23-3mo.
soon clasp, holding 33 pages of Cabinet and Card
pictures, sent for $100,retails for $2.25,bound also -- ----------
1 I bought three thousand dollars worth in Japanese Morocco.. Illustrated circulars FREEof dent's Furnishing Goods,
the above and
i and inDry -STYLEtt 1
more 'INERALBUMS
?'. Fnrah..e Cincinnati{:JI ] j

double their money v ALSOCROCKERY
AGENTS fI .1liDgo11r BRASS
Finished Corrugated

Goods REFLECTING SAFETY LAMP.Can .

t be oH in every family. Gives CAMPAIGN GLASSWARE,.
moro heht than throe ordinary lamps. ,
Full sized Lump sent by Express for BADGESi
thirty cent \\e also hate the best
selling urns Pot in the U. 1 t:>.
i rm Send for illustrated circulars to
FORSHEE&UcMAKINCinclnnatl,0 i HARDWAREAND
I And can show you, in a few days, a I

Most Excellent Assortment in Materials

tM and Grades of Prices. PORTER & POTTER, AND-

;' A large portion of these I had the

.f:; good fortune to secure at Bankrupt Sale, Real Estate Dealers .

4 and secured some Bargains, which I propose BANDANA HANDKERCHIEFS
Worth Dade Co., Fla. Chandlery Goods.These
r : to divide with my Customers. Lake Ship .
'&.,,.>.j
- I cannot attempt to enumerate the Lake Worth, Florida in the most tropical part of /
the State It lies parallel with the ocean beach, isyjt
varied lines I have to offer, but kindly miles long, of an average width of one mile, is
b inlet, and is nowhere FOR SALE AT I
connected with the ocean y an -
invite your inspection. My over thret-quartprs of a mile from the ocean.
...... The fiiBbiDR and hunting cannot be excelled pompano .
.
'j ,blue fish tea trout,barracuta,sbeephead and
'''.1' :. other fine fish being easily caught by trolling or will be the main features of my
,
i',ith a net Deer and wild turkey are plentiful in
t ,
woods beyond the chain of fresh water J. BIRNEA U1VJ'S
the pine business but orders sent me for anything -
lakes which lie west of Lake Worth. Beautiful co. ,
Stock coanut are in bearing all along the shores o r
groves
Grocery the lake,and guavas mangoes, sapadillos, alligator Kept in any store in Titu
pears sugar apples,Spanish limes Jamaica applestamarinds ,
coffee,goosberry trees mauraee apples, yule will be promptly filled.WillbnyFrnits.EggsCliicke'as.
maumce sapotas almonds, dates figs, oranges
. limes,lemons citron and all kinds of tropical iruit* THE ONE PRICE CLOTHIER.
and flower are doing finely here. This i*the most
and I pastern part of Florida. being 100 miles eat of the
Will be arriving in a few days, longitude of Jacksonville This brings the Gulf
hope to interest you in prices and goods Stream nearer to the land here than at any other
part ol the coast, and thus insures the most even
offered.ly temperature of any place in the United States. A
large acreage is put in garden truck every winter
from 15,000 to 20,000 bushels of early tomatoes be ,
J ing crown every year,which bring from $1.50 to .
Seed Stock of 100 BsWs. Irish Potatoes $5.00 per busheL Good hotels, stores and post- ------ --- --
convenient. Lots of all sizes and prices
offices secured are by the above firm who have almost all oft Glyde'sNew York Charleston Florida S. S. Line. Or any Country Produce my customers
be best and to sell, Parties buying now will, in r
short time,more than double the purchase moneyijota or friends may bring ,_
I hope to have in soon. The uncertainty range from 5 to 10 acres all fronting on Lake
GENERAL OFFICES : 35 BROADWAYEW YORK.
f of getting them safely through Worth. Prices from ISO ta tWO an acre. Anyone to market.I .
wishing further information enclose stamp to the ,
Ii!';1 quarantine has caused delays on first in- above firm NEW YORK, AUG. 16, 1888. '.

Itallment. These will be Sold Extremely
Notice of Dissolution.The FOR FERNANDINA FLA. DIRECT.Steamers .
'" Low for first-class Seed Stock. I will ,
I firm of Verbeke and Dickson is
hue also Commercial Seed Stock at a this day dissolved by mutual consent. are appointed to sail from Pier 29, East River, Xew York, ask for. a share of the public patron-

less price Joseph R. Dickson will continue the.
business, and is authorized solely to collect -' Every Wednesday, at 3 p. m. age, and come as a supplicant, not a

all debts and accounts. and will also
DELAWARE.'\" 26thFROM dictator, asking fur your favor-
,Sept.
.RIJurmON] in HiTS AND SHOES. pay all liabilities. '
CHAS. 1'. VERBEKE,
JOS. R. DICKSOX. : F RN.A.NI INg If courteous! treatment,good "

Ladies' French Kid Shoes former Rockledge. Fla., Oct. 9th, 1SSS. 23 DIRECT FOR NEW YORK. goods and low figures is i

t Price,$5, reduced to $4.25. Xev Partnership.The Steamers are appointed to sail every TUESDAY, as follows : the candidate for '

firm of Verbeke& Dickson having favor ..

f Straw Hats, 50 per cent. reduction on been dissolved, and the good-will and. GULF ) ..Tuesday, Sept. 25th public I
the firm having been transferred
of
business then I'me"lected.
former prices. The freight and passenger accommodations arc unsurpassed. Every attention will be
4 to me, I have associated my given business entrusted to this line.
brother, l). A. Dickson, with me as a Direct all shipments from New York via Clyde's Florida Line Pler29.East River. r.. ; ,
i under the firm name of J. R. For further information apply to
partner J. A. STEAD Agent, ,
J. A. LESLIE. Agent
Yours truly, Dickson & Bro., and the new firm will E.'eSSa Un'Fla- 8S\V.Bay St..Jacksonville,Fla. Yours anxious to "ls.
continue the business at the old stand. TlIEO. G. EGER Traffic)Ianager)1.. P. CLYDE A CO., GY. 'L AGTS., please
Grateful to our friends for their patron- 35 Broadway,N.Y. 12 South Wharves Philadelphia 35 Broadway,N.Y.
age hitherto, I respectfully solicit a F. M. IRONMONGER Jr.,General Traveling Agent JackaonTilJe.Florida.

QEO. B. RUMPH. continuance of their custom. Since last season VENTILATORS have been constructed on the iron steamers for the II. :Rav
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ss tI3 J. R. DICKSOK. better transportation of Oranges and Vegetables. .

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By watering where doctors visit CARDS.
and then
Sixty-five dollars was paid for a Queen playing with vigorous industry in front of a so-called remedies, for they will do EPPS'S COCOA.

Anne farthing at a recent sale in London.A house or near it until somebody sends them no good. Get this great vegetable L. A. GL'GRAS, -

rich Cuban planter has been kidnapedand some money and a request to move on, some discovered BREAKFAST."By .
is in the hands of bandits. organ grinders in New York have been doing preperation ( by a vener- a thorough knowledge of the natural lawg

Wisconsin a thrifty business; but there are many signsof able nurse whose name is a house- which govern the operation flf digtiou and nu ATr'Y-AT-LA AND NO''rARI
parties bave commenced the
popular revolt trition, and by a careful application of the flue properties PUBii
raising of buffaloes for the sake of theit indicate. as complaints to the newspapers hold word in Germany), and be of well-selected Cocoa, ilr Epps baa provided Rock Ledge.
hides. Grinding fate all round. our breakfast tables with a lelk tel,.flavored
FIoriJa.D.
A New York Mrs. sure to get the genuine article. leverage which may save na many heavy doctors .
During a ,recent hot spell in Tulare, CaL, woman, Schaffner, has bills. It Is by the judicious use of such articles of L. GAULDEX -
every one who bad a cellar rigged up a bed been giving bail for so many people at the GIVE UP BY SEVEN DOCTORS. diet that a constitution may he gradually built up ,
and slept there. Tombs that the other day the recorder refused until strong enough to resist every tendency to
to accept her as surety. lie said "I Shaker Extract of Roots or Seigel's disease. Hundreds of subtle maladies are floating
Five head porters in the leading Chicago think Mrs. : around n., ready to attack wherever there is a ATTORNEY-AT-LAW 0d1
43chaffner has a mania for has raised
Syrup to ,
going weak
hotels ore collectively worth half million me good point. We may encap many a fatal shaft by
over
a
bail She will go all to pieces some day and health keeping ourselves well fortified withI1re blood Titusville, .
dollars. won't have a cent left in the world. I re after seven doctors had given and properly itonrUliHl trame."-CuU Sereire Florida
According to official fuse to bail Gazed Made pimply with boiling watt or milk. -- -
an report just published accent from her. me to die of -
up consumption. Sold only in aU-ponnd ties, by Or xr*, labelled JONES & WILLIAMS
thirty-two died of ,
persons starvationin LIGHT AND AIRY. So writes R. F. GraceKirkmanville thus: JAMFS EPPS CO., Homoep.abic Chemist
London during the year 1SS7 London, England. 24

There were 90,631 paupers, besides lunatics From Two Standpoints. Todd Co., Ky. AttorucygatLaiv.Titusville. .
and vagrants, in the 2,815,000 inhabitants of
To be a woman-direst woe HE HEARD OF IT JUST IN TIME. MASON S
London in the first week of July. The rights of men she ne'er can know. HAMLIN FJoGID. a

The New York and New Jersey watering She cannot cast the mighty-vote' "I had been about given up to The cabinet --.

places are said to resemble Harnak this sea Or sound the ringing campaign note. die with dyspepsia when I first saw form by Mason organ& HamHn was Introduced In 1861. Other in its makers present 31. BOBBINS,
There is Her key fits not the midnight latch; followed in the manufacture
son. a "goneness" about them that of these instrument,
painful 'Tis tedious work to strike a u::.teh. the advertisement of Shaker Ex- but the Mason&Haxahn Organs have always main
Baseball is a forbidden sport; tained their supremacy as the beet in the world. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
The latest form of hazing unearthed by tier hair is long instead of short tract of Roots or Seigel's Syrup. Mason &Hamlin offer, as demonstration of the II \0-
the Annapolis court martial is unequalled excellence of their organs,the fact that TITUSVILLE, FL.t.A .
standing After
using four bottles I able at all of the
To be a woman-happy state, was great World's Exhibitions,since that of -
cadets on their heads and making them chew Paris 1b -- ----- _
and candle To govern man and guide his fate. to attend to my business as well as with !best Ml Ml competition 31. THRASHER -
paper grease. She takes the middle of the street trle1,they r'inO R GA Iw. ersef all coun- I ,
Over 125.000 cows are slaughtered annually And in the horse car gets a seat. ever. I know of several cases of the hi I V Whonors.invariably IUua-taken -
in India to feed the British She has her say-more than trated catalogues:
soldiers, and the enough- 522 TO $9OO. free. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
chills
supply of milk is consequently so scarce that And has it, too, without rebuff. and fever that have been Mason & iainlin do not hesitate to make the ex- vvd
thousands Creation's king a man. Is seen cured it." So traordinary claim for their piano, that they are > P. O. Box 20. S.\ TOU\
of native children die by writes Thos. Pul- iLL
yearly. Most always vanquished by tho queen. supenor to all others. They recognize the high Will practice in all the counties of tw Settta
Jesse D. Carr, the rich ranchman Fresn Merchant Traveler.Why lum, of Tay, Geneva Co., Ala. art excellence of piano achieved building by, but other still leading claim mak superiority.ers in the Circnit and Supreme Court. tALL

county, CaL, has been ordered by a government This they attribute solely to the remarkable im- -
agent to remove a stone fence which he Emily Howled. WORTH TEN DOLLARS A BOTTLE. provement introduced by them In the;year 1382, ): E. HEYSER, -

has built. around 40,000 acres of governmentland. An aged widower got married recently for Mr. Thomas P. Evans, of the and STRINGER now ," by : UAMIIX the use of PIANO which

the fourth time, notwithstanding that he hada firm of Evans & Bro. :Merchants Is secured and the npftSlthAO"Nbl&Oo'ol's& greatest possible Attorney-at-Law and Cowjw.
purity
Sham battle flags, tattered and torn to house full of grown up children. While tone, together refinement of
represent the real article, are the latest product the marriage ceremony was being performed Horntown, Accomack Co., Va., capacl- .u 6 CP2I3ET. with ty for greatly standing I increased Lake Worth Dade County, Florida.

of French ingenuity, and are said to audible weeping could be heard in the back writes that he had been sick with in tune and other important advantages.; Will
have deceived large numbers of room. A circular, containing testimonials from three furnish Abstracts of Title to Dale
curiosity hundred purchasers,musicians, and tuners, sent, lands.
County
hunters and patriots. One of the guests, who had heard the sobs, digestive disorders for many years together with descriptive catalogue,to any applicant. laii

A church organ has recently been con asked- one of the children" who it was.That's and had tried many physicians and ments pianos; also rent sold for cash or easy pay- T B. -

structed at Milan whose pipes are constructedof Emily, was the reply. "She medicines without benefit. He began MASON HAMLIN ORGAN AND PIANO CO. ? nURCHFIELI, iit
always howls
paper pulp instead of metal. It has 1,400 when papa gets married again." BOSTON NEW YORK. CHICAGO. iiD

pipes and is an instrument of great power Texas Sittings.How I to use Shaker Extract of Roots [ COUNTY SURVEYOR
and sweetness of tone. PIONEER
COOPERAGE
or Seigel's about the
Syrup last of
An English court has just decided that Do We DIg Our Graves I | Orders by mail will receive as

railway servants cannot eject persons from We must eat or we cannot live. Jan., 1887, and was so much betterin Syrup Barrels $2.25. attention as calls in person. prompt

the trains only who say they have lost their tickets, This we all know, But do we all three weeks that he considered Gauged to order ten cents extra. i Address: Georgians, Fla.
remedy being to sue the passenger I
for breach of contract. know that we'die by eating? It is himself a practically well man. Wheelwrighting and Repairing. II F.
ATKI
The new suspension bridge over North said we dig our graves with our He adds, I have at this time one c. o. B. (ga SOX. j I
river at New York it is ;
estimated will 1
cost bottle
hand if I
on could not
1
teeth. H foolish get
$37,000,000. It will give entrance to ten >w this sounds. Honey barrels and Oval Water Breakers : JUSTICE OF THE
railroads and will be one of the great Yet it is fearfully true. We are any more I would not take a ten dollar from 82.00 up. PEACEFor

triumphs of modern engineering. terrified bill for it. the Second Justice District of Bet-
at the
In London dressmakers and others are approach of the Tanksand I II vard county; Court days third Monday
All I
fined heavily for allowing their girls to work cholera or yellow fever, yet thereis druggist, or address A. J. all kinds of COOPER WORK to order. of each month.

over hours in the shops. Jay, the great a disease constantly at our doors White, Limited, 54 Warren St., I I
mourning storeman, was recently up in the FI'. JOJIXSOX. I
N.
polico court on a charge of this kind. and in our houses far more dangerous I Y. LaGrange : : Florida. THE MUSIC HOUSE OF FLORID a

American travelers in Ireland nowadays and destructive. :Most people

expense ore furnished, it seems.a traveling Nevertheless companion, a govern-free of have in their stomachs a poison, PHILADELPHIA SINGER 5,000 Budded Trees For SaleAt I:

ment detective in one's tracks can hardly be more slow but quite as fatal as the WARRANTED 5 YEARS. A. B.
said to add to the pleasure of a jaunt through Low Prices. CAMPBELL
Erin. germ of those maladies which sweep LOW HIGH

The paper money of Chili is so depreciated men into eternity by thousands ARM, ; ARM, 60,000 in Nursery. I I Jacksonville, 'Ia. i

in value that a guest at a hotel ordinarily without warning in the time of $20 $2 S Apply to W. H. SHARPE, ..
pays $600 a day for his accommodations. At
time great epidemics. But it is i City Point, Fla.
one only a few years ago calico sold at a mercy .

2,000 is a strange a yard story.in these depreciated bills. This that if we are watchful, we can t_ EXHAUSTED VITALITY I will Sell and Delher at your nearest I

tell when we are threatened. The station Firs t-CJass
At Kearney, N. J., a factory chimney is ; SCIENCE OF >
being erected which will, when finished, be following are among the symptoms, % vt$4[ ;TH ?, i'' NCTIIE the great .
the tallest in the country and the fourth 4 11'AI" d Medical Work of z
> highest in the world. It will be 335 feet yet they do not always necessarily tjq OF'&L/PE j ageonManhoodNerv.the PIA: : : OS z

j high. There are two taller chimneys in appear in the same order, nor are O?: :, OIlS and Physical Do- or. 1

Scotland and one in England. they: always the same in differentcases. bility. Premature De-

Victor Brocca, an Italian engineer, has KNOW THYSELF cline,Errors o.t To.ntb, OB.G-ANS a
completed the survey of a proposed canal There is a dull and sleepy t land the unto.dmuertea -
consequent thereon. 800 8
across Italy, from near Castro on the Tyr- feeling; a bad taste in the mouth, thFT '1 11S td for all diseases. Cloth pages, full gilt vo.,only, 125$1.00 prescriptions -, I'OK L.::S MONEY than any other bow n tU
rhenian Sea, to Fano, on the Adriatic. It i in the by mail\sealed. Illustrative sample free to C Llted Statr*. I sNajs guarantee ib.trBBt*M 1
will be 180 miles especially morning; the ap and middle-aged men. Send now. The Gold and be .
long, if it is ever built, and Jewelled an represented. I"ill Lip a Piano or Crftt t '
will cost $100,000,000. petite is changeable sometimes tIj Medical Medal Association.awarded to the author by the National auy honest wail or woman, on trial and tt oat
Address P.O. Box 1895,P-oi"- satisfactory, I mill freight both VA
There it a watchman in the New York and again it I ton, Mass., or Dr. W. IL PARKER, graduate of and *10 a mouth pay on a piano and |W wayscash ratbaad Y
poor, seems as thoughthe Harvard Medical College,25 years' in P.ne-
postoffice whose chief duty is to collect the ton,who may be consulted practice $5 a month on an Organ till paid fot-not n..

keys of the lock boxes that are left in the ; patient could not eat enough, .I FIFTEEN DAYS' TRIAL No. 4 Bnlfinch Specialty confidentially.,Diseases of Man.Office, more term Ulan aiiyou ordinary ran own rent.a iu On..trum the *'i>L very Sewife 1r* *1 '

locks by careless men and boys. Generally and occasionally no appetite at all; IN YOUR OWN HOUSE BEFORE YOU PAY ONE CENT. Cut this out. You may never nee it again FREE CATALOGUE containing full informs-
there is some sharper on tbe lookout to steal p High-Arru Machine has Nelf-sctting needle, sheet Basic String."lollul., lunju, Guitar !*
keys that are left in this way. dullness and sluggishness of the !self threading' shuttle, is noiseleas and Opened for the Season. cordeonn, and iu fact every Mu.kai lustra***!
ambition light.ru aping,has the finest set attacb* that is made and at very low price, fiend for eras-
During the recent celebration at the Bo mind; no to study or ments, in a velvet-lined case. Don't pU-te Catalogues. I hue 20.000 piece of Cfcow
pay r irA man who is interested in his .'
logna University the students of Parma igents $55 or $60,but send for circular. Remember, own .lullicatl0ceut l'UCOI\Y. 5,15 0 UM>ks of C hoiA
their sent work: more or less headache and we guarantee our machine equal to any high-priced welfare will be pleased to know tha Music at 10 cents per copy S.OOO Hooka of Ck**
brethren
Bologna
a Parmesan cheese, :machine on the market. Address Vocal and Instrumental Music at 50 r..ta awl J*
I, weighing 180 pounds,and covered with Latin heaviness in the head ; dizziness The C. A. WOOD CO., ANDREW GIBSON cent.. Any piece of sheet music publi he4. .! J 1,
inscriptions worked in macaroni A tun of to the feet t ono per cent below paUuhera price lots cf 9pieces
on rising or moving sud- 17 N. lOtb St.,
Philadelphia, Pa. each ahem Recd fcr
wine was also sent to wash it down with. ... I Keeps the finest oysters to be found in Catalogue.A. music size 10 cfcU.
denly ; furred and coated tongue ;

marvel Little of Arthur erudition Herberts for his, of years.Chicago Although is a a sense of a load on the stomach WM. H. SHARPE Titusville, B. Campbell, Jacksonville, Fix

only 10 years old he has read through the that nothing removes hot and AND SERVED IX STYLE TO SUIT PATRONS (Mention this paper.J 50 IV'
entire "Iliad" of Homer in the original ; -O- --- -

-Greek, and can translate a passage from any dry skin at times ; yellow tinge in REAL ESTATE AGENT Plain and Fancy Cake made to order.Bal'er's .
part of it accurately and without hesitation.A ,
the
and
eyes ; scanty high colored Bread always on hand.

negro woman who recently went insane urin ; sour taste in the mouth fre- FOR Also first-class k.k
in Atlanta imagined that the sun had I a Barber shop attached. IJPARKER'S*.

perched itIf on her head and she could not quently attended by palpitation of Meals at all-hours; from 5 a. m. to Ill). m. >"On- *
shake it off. "I have been walking around the heart CITY POINT.Lands Parties tlesimg to leave on morning mail .
visions I.
with
impaired
all day with the sun on my head," said she, ; boats and bucks will please note this.

"trying to shako it off, but I an't get ridofit.to spots that seem to be swimming in .
sold on long time with interest, or

A brilliant idea struck Johnny Bauer, a the with air before the eyes ; a cough ou the lease system, or for cash. 11.\I.allory S. S. Line 7

a greenish-colored
Nebraska man, recently. Wishing to clean expectoration Lands cleared and planted, and cared for

out a powder keg he put a little powder in ; poor night's rest ; a sticky if desired ; by contract or otherwise. NEW YORK AND FLORIDA.
it and then applied a lighted match. He was
picked several rods from slime about the teeth and gums ;
and is now up in bed the explosion,', Refer to E. M. Breese, Detroit, Mich.; FROM NEW YORK CITY FROM FERXAXDIXA
wondering what became ol hands and feet cold and ,
clammy Jno. C.
the keg. ; Norwood, Titusville, Fla.; B. W. PIER 21. E. R., LVEUY FRIDAY.l CENTRE STREET WRAP:). EVERY THCB3UI.
irritable temper and bowels boundup and J. Stras,Tazewell Court House, Va.; SEW YORK
It is related other IJOSTOAM PHILADELPHIA.
among exploits of the A.
and Becker Montreal
Canada for
desperado Ike Lambert, who was and costive. This disease has ,
recently
arrested in Alabama.for killing three men, puzzled the physicians and still whom I have made groves.NOTICE. the Iron Steamships STATE OF TEXAS, CITY OF SAN ANTONIO BIO
GRANDE the
Florida-Service.
that he once compelled a young lawyer t< compose
pick a banjo all night for his puzzles them. It is the commons -
amusement, Passage Rates between Florida
All claims and New York iii WUJsthe
having
keeping: him covered the I persons against the
entire time with ist of ailments
and
the most Lon'cHt.tfiir .
yet
loaded revolver. estate of Edward Gibson, late of Bre-
complicated mysterious. Sometimes rard county, Florida, deceased, are hereby Rates of Freight always Low as Competing Lines.
The returns for 18SC show that 22.1S4 hu required to present them, properly Early Morning Train Every Thursday from points on J. T. & K. '. Bailtriy

dia.man beings The number perished of from snake bite in In it is treated as consumption, authenticated, within the time pres- connects with steamer same day at Fernandina. ,
cattle
killed
i* returned at 2,154. It is stated that by 417,596snakes snakes sometimes as liver complaint, and cribed by law, to the lIon. Minor S. SCHEDULE.

were destroyed, and that 25,860 ru then again as malaria and even as Jones to the County Judge of said county, or
undersigned, or this notice will NORTH-BouxD-StE.'amships sail from Fernandina .fur
pee were paid by the government every Thursday p. m.,
as rewards
for their destruction.A heart disease. But its real nature stand in bar of payment; and also per- arrival of trains from South Florida, and morning trains from Jacksonville *13
sons owing said estate are requested to follows
is that of :
bill has been constipation and
introduced in the British dyspepsia. make immediate settlement with the
CITY
OF SAN
ANTONIO
parliament forbidding the erection of excessive It arises in the digestive undersigned, Captain Wilder.Thursday,Aug.
high buildings in London. On streets organs CARONDELET, Captain Evans..................Thursday, 8eSt.13th
WILLIAM
sixty feet wide only churches may be erectedof and soon affects all the others Administrator of Edward Gibson GIBSON., de- CITY OF SAN ANTOXIO, Captain Wilder........................Thursday,
a greater height than sixty feet. No other through the corrupted and poisoned ceased. CARONDELET, Captain Evans..Thursday, 13 JJ

building on any street can be higher than This 27th day of September, 1888. CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain ..Thursday, 27UiCARONDELET

the width of the thoroughfare.There blood. Often the whole body-in- 24. Capt. Evans........................................ ....Thursday, Oct. 4th

is in Lake county, Mich., a cooperative cluding the nervous system-is literally Sortra o Steamships sail from New York, Pier No. 21, E. IL. foot of Fulton at? every Thateda
at 3 ,
line p.m. as follows:
telegraph which NOTICE.
began
two
farmers by starred, even when there' is September 28th October 5th, 12th. 19th, 26th.
Connecting their To all whom
houses with it
a wire, may concern : During the yellow fever Sew Tel k
and which has extended, until now it ha: no emaciation to tell the story. We, the undersigned citizens of Bre- and Fernandina. Order freight epidemic via this steamers line will continue their regular schedule between

sixty-five miles of wire and ninety offices, Experience has shown that thereis vard county intend, on the 16th day of as -Direct all Freight via Mallory Steamship Line from Pier No. 21 E B-. New York. aw '
two-thirds of which are in farmhouses and November. 1888, to apply to the Hon. information 49-Special: obtained.Agents are located at all principal points through Florida, where tickets can i beserltred'

the others in stores where the farmers trade. but one remedy that can certainly John D. Broome, Judge of the Circuit j3Uterooms and berths secured In advance from Jacksonville and Fernandina cfflce.tflrTrains .

An atmospheric phenomenon was witnessec d cure this disease in all its stages Court of the Seventh Judicial Circuit of from F. B. & N.B'yrun directly to ship' side at Fernandina.
t3.Any further Information
,
Florida for decree can be obtained from __
in the English channel a legalizing our ad-
lately. The J. )I. CUTLER .
atmosphere ,
Passenger Agent Jacksonville, n*
corner and street
Extract Bay Hogan ,
namelyShaker of Roots
rarified to the extent that objects or option of Edna McCrory, infant daughterof R. W. SOUTHWICK. Agent Fernaudina, Fla.
.thirty and forty: miles distant could be discerned Mother Seigel's Curative Syrup. It J. A. McCrory. H. H. RAYMOND, General Traveling Agent

.ilctioetna by...'.the,. SlmAct.aracvri naked eye- 'with+I\I't\JnJftAn", remarkable, never fails, but, nevertheless no 26 ROBERT ANNA CARLILE.CARLILE, C H. MALLORY & CO, General Agents, Pier 20 E. R. NEW YORK em.

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THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, NO.V 8, 1888. 7 .;

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STRAY BITS. O. JHardware. EEaTOR, SORGHUM: ,

111iam .Shakespeare is now5 managing aldoo SCOTT'SEMULSION'

theatre and EVAPORATORSMILLS
ne cost of public education In Prussia is

M ,i 15(g1tJ per head.
the largest grape crop ever known In Cali- ; d: General Produce

_Is DOW matur1D : c=o
Island coal is to be mined at ,
Vancouver : .
, &rate of 2,000 tons a day. OF PURE COD LIVER OIL ---iI MERCHANT. And Syrup Makers' Supplies. a
: gaobinne is the latest word which France c=t:>

.ja borrowed from England. .AND_. HYPOPHOSPHITES Melbourne Florida

E.'. jjjfcation has produced a great crop of Almost Palatable rI".2
1;. as as Milk. :
gijuitoes at Los Angeles, CaL : A. M. Hamilton & Co. For Catalogue and Copy of Sorghum
,
-ri gmcutions by electricity will be compul- algeited So disguised, aDd assimilated that it can by be the taken most Grower's Guide, address

fgj in New York after Jan. I next. MniltiTV stomach when the plain oil TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA,
cannot be tolerated; and by the com = CHAPMAN & CO MADISON IND.
fte French propose to send pigeon mes- blnatlon of the oil with the hypopho t"I Wholesale Dealers in ,
-nsfron ship to chip upon the broad seas. phltei much more efficacious.Bem&rltBle .

A French laundryman cleans linen without as a flesh producer Indian River Oysters THE
rubbing it with boiled potatoes. Persons P
Mftp by gain rapidly while taking It. = ,

{. 1'be"l@.foot tower" at the Paris Expo- BOOTTS EMULSION is acknowledged 4OQ FISH A11T OHTICSELFSKIMMING
till $00! will be only 984 feet high. It will take Physicians to be the Finest and Best preparation .

'''llM J 2,500,000 rivet to put it up. in the world for the relief and cure of Green Turtle and Game.All .

.. actors and actresses in .
, American plays, CONSUMPTION, SCROFULA.
e f'J, jagland> are getting a good share of atten GENERAL DEBILITY, WASTING CD ; = orders tcntion will,icccivo whether prompt by telegraph and careful at.

DISEASES, EMACIATION, letter or person. 17
tion.One hundred road wagons have been COLDS and CHRONIC COUGHS. AND

,:J Dipped from Middlebury, Vt., to Buenos The great remedy for Oonswnpticm, and r.n I
E.
J AJrfA Wasting in Children. Sold by all Drugg ts.If I Geo. Chase, .

Memphis is the greatest inland cotton crO- Perpetual EvaporatorsAND
c::>
:.b jarketin the world, receiving from 700,000

..t...1 tojj000,000 bales yearly. o I Ship Chandler THE

A Butte(CaL) man who began farming on You HaveNo ,

jailed land ten years ao has this year $61.I ,-

J,;: {00)worth of wheat to sell Rp't( tlte. Indigestion. flatulence, r I lioat and Vessle Supplies, all lands Improved Victory Cane Mill
Nick Hcuduche, ttll riiu down," los I c=t:> I
1 the deaf often hear conversations when Patent Anchors, Chains, Blocks,
iiijj flesh,you vtlll IliadTlltVS OUR SPECIALTIES.Also .
,. (here is music going on, which they could <:> I Ia Canvass, (Galvanized Wire .
pt" i sot bear when there was no music.An I '. Hope, all sizes, Tents, Portable Soda Fountains.

artesian well sunk under the salt waters I Spruce Ladders,
..ae .ai.ak York the side Cfo rJ Coppci Paints, gal's, 1.2 gal's, qts. rErI,. Prices Low and Goods Guaranteed.
of new bay, on Jersey Pillsthe
pro-
Spar Varnish, al's, 1.2 gal's,qt",pts.
.Jr dncetpm'e fresh water in abundance. s- Oils and Leads, all kinds.

., Florida is to grow opium. It is expected F. w. PFVOE k CO'S READY :MIXED PAINTS,
:. I that sixteen: plants will grow an ounce of the need. They d In fact anything for Building Sailiap boats. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
remedy tone
fag, and that an acre will give $1,000 the weak stomach you and build up
the
,.. [profit flagging energies. Sufferers up from 1'1 :s::! Hart's Block, 90 East Bay St.,
i
mental overwook will
physical find
or '
reo. TIle municipal councillor: Paris has granted relief from them.Nicely sugar coated. JACKSONVILLE FLA.
pound upon which to construct the Jovis HO
Ii have
you any
.
SOLD EVERYWHERE.
Ufloon,in which he proposes to cross the The BUYERS'GUIDE is
\ CIanti i issued March and Sept.,
-- ---- -----
----
--
- Kansas ranchman predicts that cheap each year. It is an encyclopedia OLD FURNITURE
O of useful information
, beef and mutton of the future will come ,
),\.;, I tan the immense grassy plains of Brazil and '( <' ,,; '-, .f !) u, '::_ VI8s > the for luxuries all who or purchase the-

,"" 9r I Argentine republic. "i necessities of life. We Such as

The Panama canal lottery has not proved can clothe you and furnish you with
a LI
lr!" access. The canal will require only about I CUREFITS ( all the necessary and unnecessary CHAIRS .
IHn appliances to ride wall:, dance sleep, :
)
113)0,000,000 mora to completo it, making I eat, fish hunt work go to church
|iLoot$850,000,000 in all !. 8sw n or stay at home and in various sizes SOFAS

Borne high dignitaries of the Chinese cm- styles and quantities. Just figure out ,
:: i I pen who were lately detected in selling what is required to do all these things
COMFORTABLY, and can make a fair "
lite decorations and credentials" like I you ORGANS ;
j
?
estimate of the value of the BUYEBS'GUIDE ,
I WMO, President Grevy's son-in-law, were '. which will be sent upon >
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I condemned to be beheaded.
tj receipt of 10 cents to pay postage, PIANOS .'
tit' An1ety has been formed out in Oregon: When I pay CURE I do not mean merely to iHer MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. ,
,', Ifcrthe importation of German song birds, stop them fur a time and then have them return 111-114 Michigan Avenue Chicago,Ill.
' ',i iz I to be turned loose in the country where it is again. I MEAN A\UlCAL CURE. gg BUREAUS
: .. I have made the disease of .j.j8td ,
17' I!toped they will increase,multiply and make Lj LUDDEN BATES SOUTHERN MUSIC HOUSE.
i" ,; I Basic in the now silent woods. FITS, EPILEPSY or BEDSTEADS ..

, There are two sunflower stalks of natural FALLING SICKNESS ,

'\. IW Jpowth)and at Rochelle, Fla., one of which has A liie-long study. I WARRANT my remedy to r1 COCO Ii PANOSORCANS.. Or any other Furniture that you wish
the other 1,130 blooms and buds.
CURE the worst cases. Because others have .
, I!be stalla are about ten feet high with failed is no reason for not now receiving cure. RE-VARNISHED AND POLISHED,
aIe r I touches reaching out about six feetI Send at once for a treatise and a FREE BOTTLB 1-1 .Hd
of my INFALLIBLE REMEDY. Give Expressand : Call on the undersigned, at the head
I Tb. salute of seventy-two guns fired at rost Office. It costs you nothing for a of Main Street Titusville where
I 8 ... (f you
1.*: I Berlin when the new empress gave birth to a trial, and it will cure you. Address .
have all of the above articles
nljd' I marked the first time since 1S09 that a H.C.ROOT,M.C., 183 PEARL ST.,NEWYORICnT1.i..5J.r. ..... can made to look or any well New will
as as ; or
18a2ar event has happened in the case of a : ;;J{_ ... J JI JI
call at residences when work can not be
enI iii I lepbg 11. sovereign of the Hohenzollern fam- &: f' Mid-Summer Sale moved. Also all kinds of Ornamental
""'d -
0td Sign Painting a specialty.
11&" Anew use has been found for the district 111 5
.......
..". sencer boy. The waiters in a down town \ > "VV'. OEt. :$I TOS.

i JeyYork restaurant went on a strike re- = Titusdllto'JaI..
: 11eIt11.and the proprietor rang for a number <1 CJQ C'C> BUY NOW l5-tf.
.' I eke,,: 1 lhees of
u. the waiters until others could ber t-4. AND PAY

sir 4 Qpged. C. II. SCOTT,


which is much more favor- .
; *than the hne laid out in 188.>. By tjie; new YPYRIFUQE SALOOX.

y ,.,'::4 rote it is said that the total length of the A BULL CURL PUIL > (i) bI

r: *:Tatioa from Ochoa to Greytown will r CHILLS & (EVER, '- t' .... 00, ffllD-SUffiffiER' OFFER. If you want a clean and ea y shave,
exceed .
nineteen miles, and will consist of ; 4DUMS yuEl.d As clean as barber ever gave,
? tferallbort .... i i'II
embankments instead of one C'C> Just call on me at my saloon,

3 CI18. boa.-t will be greatly reduced. sH 1,000 are Pianos and At morning, eve, or afternoon.I'll .

lhere is now on exhibition at the Alexan- v d Organ!: to h. sold In June,July cut and comb hair with
August and September at SpotCaslr your grant
a Pjaoe a steam life boat built of steel. It w 0 Pricey, Payable, To suit the contour of your face;

absolutely unshakable, is uncapsizable, 1'1t' PIANOS, $:25 CASH DOWN. To you I'll give a good shampoo .
1'' red with twin screws placed in ORGANS, 9io CASH DOWN,
a position
j tbere lIllhLIPPMAN'S! The art of which is known to few.
they will not be lifted out of the water d IJ and the balance next November
t4 can be raised instantly on coming to I IYo ist without Interest or advanceIn My scissor's sharp,my razor's keen,

I The engines and fires are perfectly I PVRAFUGE grans Price.included All our in Pianos this Bale and, our Or. My shop is a ways neat and clean,
if gwcted,and the draught of the vessel with 0 Cheapest and our ReHt. No exceptlon And every thing I'm sure you'll find,
men on board is only twelve inches. IS CALLED TUB Your choice from ten To suit the taste and please the mind.

'ri Jj1Ia the antarctic circle there has never Wonderful Chill and Fever ExpeHer styles leading and makers Prices.and over 300 And now to all who patronize intend, .

Mend a flowering plant. In the arctic It cures the chills and fever tones up the system, Just come along and bring your friend:,
& d Jttere aro 7aj kinds of flowers Fifty gives sufferer.an appetite bringing strength and health to the -SUMMER BARGAINS 1888- And I assure you I will try

theare_ confined to the arctic region. My very best to satisfy. may"
!j7 are i really polar flowers. The colors of New Makers, New Instruments, New I
[ Polo flowers are not as bright and M Styles,New Prices Great Improvementsin
1IO "-IIQ M our own our Lower Priced Instruments. i THE SLOOP Ii AGNES."
.J ,most of them being white CDo =
!1 !1lOW,as if borrowing these hardy hues : Large purchases enable us to offer Re-

tbeil snowy bergs and golden stars. duced Price Here samples. commanded by
P1PMP1I
j faese merchant who sailed from San [ tj PI"NO 1 Octave Up. CAPTAIN JOHN McLEAX.

ti for home a few days ago Is re- $ #,25 Strin2rs. ,Beautiful right. Large Rosewood Hiz Makes regular trips on Indian Jtiver.
4.i to have t SHE CARRIES FULL BCI'PL1Ol'
accumulated a fortune of (Prickly Ash, Poke Root and Potassium.) <:> ... Cae, Full Rich Tone. Guaranteed
t0 Wta Peru aud durable. Maker'i
perfect Price
:
during the last thirteen
. b--., His name is Chun Lee. He wears CURES r d .. GroceriesDry Goods

", 04&ccording to the Chinese fashion, but PIAidO 1,? Octave, Up- Canned Goods,

"- 10 nclusively In the European fashion, SYPHILIS $ 2 It 0 Sire, ;< Mriiigs. )ijjht Grand Full,Large Iron
jirt the high standing collar and tight == r Frame, Ivory Keys EtchRaewond Hats, Boots and Shoes,

piten., Before his departure he Primary Secondary,and Tertiary Syphilis,B,-pb- Ca. gave Ladies'Shoes in
t to the ilitic Eruptions, Scrofula and Jscrofolons irruptions Equals Pianos usually sold at $->00 and 13.O. great variety;Prints all
.. Chinese mandariofSublime Ulcers and Old Sores. Rheumatism and Maker'Price,$701. new patterns at low prices.
all diseases of the blood ; nil those that have With Piano-Plush Top Stool,
. ..x resisted other treatment yield steadily and surelyto Handsome Cover, Instructor, Ready-made Clotting Toilet Articles
Jokes. the wonderful power of P.P. P., the great Music Book and all Freight Paid.
Blood Purifier. ?=-1 XOTIOXS.
'55vhumorlsts all remind us th Five Octaves,2 seta
the gags the most sublime ORGAU i For the cash
Are only;
the ones that limp behind us, SCROFULAIs I-' = SB 5O : ltd 11yautavee.eigt March 15,46 bm.
>
,;" veitti with the moss of time. .... TopLampStandsDtuslc Pocket,
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1 JokeSets Impurity In the blood, producing Lumps or 00, Full Sweet Tone. Ual-er'Price J150.
that Perhaps another. causing Running Sores on the Arms, ----- XOTICE.
b O'er1ie'.80lemnma.m. LeSror W:for the cure of which use P.P.P., CD COP ORG" Four Full I Sets R eeds,
4 Its blood medicine on earth. All these '-- OK .n. 10 Genuine Stops' ,
J and half the greatest "
!
$ Court
oeein5. : wit brother, diseases yield readily to the power of P. P. P., fl i Rich C.be.beautiful Parlor Or- County Florida, Brerard COO .l y.
i easy rip again. U U Thousands sold.
All
w giving new lIfe and new etrengtn. gan. purchasers
j Milan,be delighted. llaker't Price,$200. By the County Judge for said County.
up and
1':1 j& boozing With Each Organ a Fine Stool,
.te1zing heart: for any fate. BLOOD POISON an Instructor Music nook and To all to whom these presents shall
stnr&-clloosing All freight Paid. come, greeting:
-ota that have learned to walt._ Cured In Its worst form; sometimes In cases withErYe1pelas. Whereas Laura E. WHIanl to'
,where the patient was in Eternal Pain applied
TH TRICAL ana given up by the physicians. In some cases 15 DAYS TRIAL.Order this court for Letters of Administrationon
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NOTES.IgJ Scrofulons Ulcers broke out till the party was a '-- the estate of Benjamin C. Willard,
mass of corruption; a bottle of P. P. P. was and test in your own Home. deceased, late of said county of Brevard,
ardttting stouthecan and the disease yielded qu1ckJy.'RHEUMATISM. > s. *
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procured No required until Instrument -
be sand money these are therefore, to cite arid admonish
h, is satisfactory. W. pay Freight both all and singular the kindred and creditors -
Sullivan have nearly finished >- ways if no sale. Thai fairest way to deal. of said deceased to be and appear before
r&, be brought out in London ... Our Instruments an food and cheap,and this before ?
e1 court, on or the 16th
: day
And In aD Affections of the Blood? P.P.stands ..
I and unrivaled; and some of its cures are .,' j.. a Vial always gives a satisfied purchaser. of November A. D. 1888, and file objections. .
oN m one of Zola's novels has lone wonderful.If > Lend for ltIld-8u mmer Bale Cir If any they have, to the grant- \ '.
and will bes TOO suffer from anything like Syphilis Scrofula. ; .",,: cular. ing letters aforesaid ,
ct".5.
d Blood Poison Ulcers, ()Jc1 Sores, Rbeuma- .. REMEMBER. *, Price*; JSattettVernu otherwise the same
tjun. or any disease of the blood, be sure and :Beit JnttrwnenU. Fine 8toot and" Covet will be granted as prayed.
t2te announcement of Ada P"P.P.P.a trial. *; A u Freight Paid; IS Dawt Trial BUc In testimony whereof 1 Lave cfflclayy
P.P..P(Prickly Ash.Poke Boot and Potassium Teanf.Guarmtet: Squar Deakng; One Prtet Bet band and seal this
to my 2m
ern. English baronet )liDO secret patent medicine like the manyon Only: Money Saved AK ] ,dayof: .
area Mary Anderson has the market. Its formula Is on ndwhok, : Oct.. 1888. "
b ;mesjy aritiaher whose name thus citing a guarantee of Ita purity ttTDDElTBATES' MINOR S. JOKE I'l
sameness that no HUS'C HOUSE. & 25 judge.
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LOCAL LACONICS.Mr. -Mr. R. W. Andrews, of Melbourne, I A carload of oranges from Weir Park, Bncklen's Arnica Salve. FOR S.ILE.

.and Mrs.E.H.Titus have returned was in town yesterday and gave us a Marion county, went out from Palatka The best salve in the world for cuts, A tract of land on Indian River intk
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever county of .Drc-arJJ IS
pleasant call.Mr. on the Florida Southern Railway,Thurs- consisting of
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from' few weeks' visit at Waveland.The
a sores, tetter chapped hands, chilblains, acres; it being: lot J*o. 3, and south lS
schooner Queen, of Eau Gallie, G. F. Duren has purchased the day, bound for Sacramento,in the golden corn.and all skin eruptions' and4posiively of the northeast quarter of sections?
state of California. The car was,painted cures piles, or no pay required. and lot ro. 3, being the
Captain; McFadden, was in town on Monday interest of Mr. A. T. Feaster in Coleman soutbwelt'lUUo
red, with big advertising cards, showingthe :Jt[ is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac- ter of the northwest quarter of wctka
market.Mr..
tion or refunded. Price 25 cents 36 both in
advantages of Florida over any other money township 31 south hOe 33
of Dick" 5-cent per box. For sale by all drug stores in east. This is a desirable
Try'one Ray's "My Nauman, of Haulover, on the fruit-growing section.Absolutely. very piece 01
in for the money Titusville and on Indian River. hammock, soil of rich quality, sniuik
cigars. Best smoke town 29th, was presented with a 10 lb. boy.:
for the
raising of all
tropical fruits.
I -something new. : Mother and child are doing well. IThe I Advice to Mothers.Mre.Wnrsrow's situated at the Narrows, near Enoa L
: SOOTHING STECP should altrayi Host
Messrs. Ender & Barkesdale have Board of County Commissoners I be used when children are cutting teeth. It re- office.'iIl ell cheap for cash FW
flat-bottom boat heYeBthekUlesuffereratonce;itproducesnatural particulars: address
nearly completed a new will hold their regular meeting for this quiet sleep,and the little cherub awakes"bright K:. M
LOW
for Mr. C. H. Nauman, of the Haulover. nOY4L as a button." It is very pleasant to taste. It
month, next Monday.S. soothes the chad,softens the gums allays all pain Sept. 3. Brockton.)la*.
and is the beat known remedy _
regulatesthebowels
Mr. J. A. Durst has commenced
operations -
H. Ray and N. C. Bryan are for diarrhoea, whether arising from teething or
on the artesian well, his engine I other causes Twenty-flTe cents a bottle. GRAND VIEW W
I equipped with all the facilities for arte-
having arriyed last Friday.S.
sian wells and irrigation, and solicit correspondence TITUS HOUSE '
H. Ray has orange boxes, also Titusville, Fla. TITUSVILLE, FLA.

fertilizer for both orange trees and vege- -0--

tables. Send him your orders at once given-The way yellow to election fever news.news has The almost situa- TITUSYILLE, FLORIDA. The most centrally located Hotel u (SiNEW

and be supplied before the quarantineshuts
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tion at Enterprise is improving, and the
you off. same is true of Jacksonville and Fernan- PLEASANT LOCATION. HOUSE.EVERY RESPECT.FIUSr-CLAS5 K
S. Gibbs and her two -
-Mrs. F. daughters
Jennette and Helen, arrived here dina, although the disease is not yet REASONABLE RATES. Open all the year round. Table Vpasised. ..,

dn Friday from Chautauqua, N. Y. They stamped out. LARGE, COOL ROOMS. Bath Room Free.

-This evening,Melbourne, we learn Hates, $2.no S; $3.00 per Day.
left Tuesday morning, on the steamer
,
Special arrangements by the week or
that the wedding ceremony is to take SPECIAL RATES PER WEEK.
Georgiana, for their home at Melbourne. 4KlttGPOWDER month. 19
place uniting in marriage Mr. R. W. An- /1.
J. JIILLER'OPI1tlor.
-Between social parties, dances, card .
drews
well-known and
a highly-respected
foot-ball and other MRS. S. A. SINGLETON Proprietress.
boating
parties, ,
of river to Miss Emma
young man our ,
INDIAN RIVER ART GALLERY
amusements say nothing of the
Strawbridge. Miss Strawbridge is a very
election excitement-our town has been
popular and agreeable young lady, whois : '
of late irrespective of the TEETROPIC4ALLadles', .
quite lively interested largely in the welfare of : "
PICKENS TVUXEB
last fever I
yellow scare. ,
\ Melbourne. Their many friends in Ti- Pure.

-Mrs. C. B. Magruder returned to In- tusville wish them much joy and happiness. & Cents' Photographer,

dian River last Friday, and owing to a We hope our Melbourne corres- This powder never varies. A marvel of purity,
Views on East Coast and Indian Him
strength and vkholeHoruencps. More economical RESTA.URANT.
change of schedule of the steamer, Georgi- pondent will give us an account of the than; the or,unary kinds and cannot be sold in a Specialty.
ana, she and Mr. L. A. Gingras made the wedding next week. competition with the multitude of low test, short Has the only Authorized PnoroGun
weight, :Alum or phosphate powders. Sold only incan Near Railroad Depot,
trip to Rockledge on board the fleet sail- >. Royal Baking Powder Co. 10' Wall Street, OF PRESIDENT CLEVELAND AND Pun
-From the Kansas Journal of the
City '
>ew York that has ever been made during tier
craft Houri.
ing 26th, ultimo we learn that Mr. Theo. Titus*'illc, Florida.Mrs. travels. Orders by mail receive prep

-Mr. and Mrs. McGinn. Cocoa, were Bartles, of that place, who generally J. PRITCHARD, President.W.. M..BROWN,Cashier. L. A. Mackenzie, Proprietress. attention. 4IWmot

registered at the Grand View for a day or spends the winter season on Indian River -

so this week, on their return to their win- is sut erin from an accidental discharge INDIAN RIVER BANK. -- A. L. Hatch & Sou,

the home at Cocoa. Miss McGiunis also
from a revolver which slipped MEALS & LUNCHES. DEALERS EX

accompanied them. They all left for from: his pocket and fell upon the floor. 'rltuon'llle! Florida.A .
..
.. ------- -- ----- DRY GOODS NOTIONS
Cocoa on Sunday morning.Mr. .
The ball lodged between the ankle and GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRAN- ,
,
George Paddison has returned to knee breaking both bones. Mr. Bartles SACTED. SOUPS, OYSTERS, ICE CREAM, I

Titusville again, after haying spent has been in bad health for some timeand Exchange bought and sold. 'Special and JELLIES, ETC. Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery,
several months with the J. T. & K. W. though there is no danger of the loss of prompt attention given to collections. Loans Stationery, Family Medicines -
negotiated on first mortgage for Savings
Ry. Co. at Seville, and has accepted a the leg, the wound will cause him con- Banks, Corporations Individuals. Interest BREAD, CAKES & PIES. Garden SetJs,

position with Messrs. Oliyer & Budge, siderable trouble in his enfeebled condi- allowed on time deposits.
Advances made upon available collateral. Table Board at Reasonable rates. Families CHOICE GROCERIES,
which he held formerly. tion. Approved business paper discounted.
served.
-Tony Canova was in town with the -Tuesday was a very quietand order- Drafts on all parts of Europe. Hay, Corn Hapes Fertilizers.
Business done at Jacksonville rates. DECIDED HOME FLORIDA.Guttering .
COMFORTS. CITY POIXT
fine sloop Arrow on Monday. We hear ly day in Titusville for election day. The Every favor consistent with sound ,

it rumored that he will run the yacht saloons were closed according to law, and banking, cheerfully extended.

:Tarpon and the Arrow both as tourist no quarrels :of any kind were reported Jacksonville CORRESPONDENTS, Fla.; The: Bank Seaboard of Jacksonville National, TIN ROOFING !

boats on Indian River this season. The among white or colored. Nearly three- Bank New York. 23FLOltIDA'S

Arrow will, probably, run on Banana fourths of the ballots had been cast by

River and the Tarpon on Indian River. noon, and the task of counting the same and Metal Work of all Kin s sl

Work is progressing rapidly on the required two and a half hours, on account FAVORITE ROUTE.Ship ,

built for the of the many names on each ticket,
big scow being railway I have purchased all the tools of the late firm of D. K. Harrison & Co, and will tan!
company. The length, over all, is some- and also the varied assortment of nameson your freight to and from all western on the above trade in connection with my

thing like one hundred and ten feet, and some of them. Out of a registeredlist cities via. River Junction and .

the beam twenty-six feet. The sides are of over one hundred and seventy, Florida Railway & Navigation Company.THE BUILDING BUSINESS.

on and the bottom nearly planked, and there were only one hundred and thirtysix QUICKEST TIME The same energy and attention will be given to this branch as has 1 been given fc tW

caulking the seams commenced the first votes polled, showing that quite a Is positively made by this route. Rates as balance of my business.

part of the week. number must have been away from the low as by any other route. Direct your Estimates Given and Work Executed in all Parts of the State.
precinct on that day. shippers New York and other eastern
-Mr*. Simonson, of this place has the
to mark goods in care of the
Messrs. W. R. Moran and S. E. Mills points your W. T. COTTER Sanford Florida.
prettiest flowers and the best collection F. R. & X. Co.;and have bill of Lading issued 2a ,
and auditor of the J. T.
general manager accordingly 264t
of roses, probably, in this section. Most
& K. W. Co. in town Monday
Ry. were on -
all of our young folks are frequent visit- after the business of WE CALL THE ATTENTIONOf
ors to her when they \\antanice bouquet looking freight LOOK AT THAT LAMP!
the The agent at this place, t
company.
or a boutoniere. That she has great suc- the people of Indian River to our stock of Good,
Mr. Gruber, had received instructionsnot No Chimney No Smoke No Odor. which close .
cess with everything she plants in the we are offering at very margin.We
line of shrub plants and flowers will be to deliver freight to the sailboats at The Brilliancy of Gas, with the convenience make a specialty of
the end of the dock, so that sailboats having of a Hand Lamp. Saves from 50 to
readily perceived by those who visit her 75 cent. of oil by actual test. Burns
garden. orders for freight were virtually pre- the per lowest grade of kerosene oil with per- Groceries Grain and Flour
Hay
vented from obtaining the same, as their fect safety, as> it is positively nonexplosive.The ,
-The Athletic Club played their first freight is to be left ashore and the com- amount saved from chimneys and oil ,

game of foot-ball, last Friday afternoon, pany will not loan them a truck to carry for For one descriptive year more catalogue than pays, etc.for,lamp.addressJ. On which we will give special inducements. We carry a large stock of
on their new grounds. During the game the dock. What will be
out to
freight 1'. TURNER, TITUSVII.I.E. FLA., AID CAPS Fit
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS BOOTS AND SHOES HATS
one or two of the members took too ,
the outcome of this matter has not been
Agent for the WASZER LAMP CO.,
lively an interest in the game and were decided as yet, for many of the sailboats for Brevard,Orange and Volusia counties. Which we are offering at low figures. Those needing shoes will find it greatlj! If

quite exhausted from too violent exer- carry freight cheaper than the steamerfor Refers,by permission, to Capt. James Pritchard. their interest to give us a call as we are selling shoes very low
Pres. L R. Bank ; J. A. Miller. Grand View Hotel; We will be pleased to quote prices at any time.
cise. Another game was played Monday parties living down the river, and it G. W. Mackenzie,S. H. Ray, Lewis & Pardey and

afternoon. For foot-ball, the weather seems to be the intention of the Companyto others. 25 E. L. BB..A.DYROBBINS -o

ig, at present, too warm. The next to be break up the sailboat traffic, and thus v. WITTIESTPRETTIEST JUVENILES

introduced will be a quarter-mile track cause the freight to be moved by steamer. QUEER PEOPLEPalinYrCo

for walking and some hurdles for hurdle- If this is adhered to, the railroad & GRAHAM,

racing. company will need another warehouse, tloo tae. p at.oaBy

.t- -The attendance at the Episcopal on the shore, to house the accumulating Matz. .-Gt -

Sunday School appears to be largely on freight unless they stow it away in emp-

I the increase, not only among juvenilesbut ty freight cars on side track. I T ,//I'I _WJ..1fHII, REAL ESTATE BROKERS & LOAN AGENTS

adults also. Last Sunday afternoonwas ''I ,,, rJIJJ'W'IN'ht ,.. -
Elopement of tike:Frog and the NOt..,.)
no exception to the rule, for the at- TO RENT Full of the oddest pranks,charming stories and
tendance was quite large. With such a Juvenile lanith-proToklna artists. gelling illustrations Immensely.by tie Prince Critics of
ItUU told tcit\ deligt&Hon.ClintouB.Flat. LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD.
flay of it I "It.da fA' folit
thoroughly qualified and able Superintendent A ONE STORY AND A HALF "lJoA'untd_GWJtAW flW I Mft"
th.rMldrett to bed.-R H Cone)).D.D. M7_eo '-
t as Mrs. Gaulden, and with the parMv gel< neat and and UIleHon.BowardCro.,..,."-Hon.8.8.('.ox. *raciatM by.- Loans Negotiated on First Class Security at frpm 12 to 24 per cent
M top
competent assistance given by Mrs. and AGENT WANTED. niTBRJinn nRO U 100 P<*
Philadelphia,Pa. Choice lots in Towns will net investors
723 Chestnut Street rapidly growing ,
Miss Pritchard, the school cannot be HOUSE FURNISHED
cent. in twelve months.
other than what it has proved to be-a ,
MALABAR CIGAR FACTORY. Residence lots in Titusville from 820 up to 81000.
success. Sunday School will, hereafter, to SVW-
Business lots from 8250
commence at three o'clock. All are invited At MIMS, near Station, II. C. Starck, Proprietor.

to attend. Manufacturer of fine Havana and Domestic for Florida Southern Railway Lands-

.. Hall all Mon- AT $6 PER MONTH. ADDRESS, Cigars. Trade supplied with fine Agents
Wager's was aglow on
i hand made goods. Orders promptly filled.
day evening, it being the occasion of an Factory at Malabar, Fla. 28 More than 3,000,000 Acres of Choice Lands, located in "["Jj e"jZcounty

impromptu dance, gotten up by a few of Mrs K. J. Hamilton, City Point, Fla. in the State, suitable for Farming, Grazing, Fruit and ege aJ1 d

the disciples of Terpsichore. There were : S.F.. GRAY. Growing-Pine, Cypress and Cedar Timber, price 81 per Acre

between 30 and 40 present, nearly all of I State of Florida, County of Brevard. InJustice upwards.P. .
Court.
whom "tripped the light fantastic" to To J. E.- nizTT. Watch Maker and Jeweller.Shop 0. Box 250 Titusville, Florida.A. .

their heart's content and the inspiring You are hereby notified that a writ of at John M. Dixon'a Drug Store Titnsrille,ria
strains of music sent forth by Messrs. attachment has been issued against you ALL WORK WARRANTED. A. STEWART,. GEO. M. BOBBINS, WALTER S. CRAB

.' Wager and Ender. ,Some of the ladies and your property attached to satisfy the Clerk Circuit Court. Atty. at Law. .
demand of P. J. Hall, amounting to $10.
present were elegantly attired,and looked Now unless you shall appear before the NAUM: &N'S COMPAE
charming in their variously-colored costume Hon. H. F. Atkinson, Justice of the BREVARD ABSTRACT OF TITLE
t Peace in and for said county at his officeat SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY
NEWSPAPER
t Who the "belle of the ball" was ii| Jlre-
Titusville the3d day of January A. to all lands j
furnished
Complete Abstracts of Title
considered to be must leave others to
we D. 1889, at ten oclock in the forenoon or THE 'PIONEER AGEXCY. Ward county Florida.
e judge. The dance concluded'shortly. after judgment will be rendered against you
eleven; and. all wended their wayr and.jour property sold to pay the debt. For terms and sample copies address Titles and Perfeoted.Box
Examined
Dated this 1st day of November A. D CHAS.H. NAUMAN
homewards evident1Y'weU: pleased with ,
1888.. P. J. HALL Plaintiff.D.
the evenin '8'amusement. .-L.::GAULDEN, Plaintiff's Attorney. Haulover P. 0., Brevard county, Fla. 28O, Titusville, Fta.
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