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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 29, 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>.
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THE .FLOR r[DA. STAR .






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VOL. IX. TITUSVILLE, FLA., THURSDAY, NOV. 29, 1888. N. 32.


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lIIiiis.IIr. Lake Worth. .'- City Wharf Xccded. I rOI'd-(.lbsOIi Controversy. Dade Returns.FIGULUS .

Cam of Citra, is stopping awhile Awful cold.A ',
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The importance of having a city wharf Editor Fla. Star: : FLA.. Nov. 17, 1838.

.; with his daughter, Mrs.I Hammond. norther blowing.Handkerchiefs ; for the use of the merchants and DEAII Sin-My name having been used Editor Florida Star:

.;- )Irg. Einig arrived yesterday! after in demand. dents of this place has been a self reSi-1 pretty freely lately in your columns II y the

f noon. M>. Kinig: going as far as San ford dent fact fir the past few months, parties to the "Fonl-Ciibson" controversy DEAR SIR-It will, without doubt,
For a wonder several of our citizens :give satisfaction to our friends in Bre
her. since the railroad in such that vronld to have
: to meet have cold especially} company a way appear
yard learn that the ticket
: Lucille Dickinson Aurantia has excluded sailboats from receiving been playing a . Miss ,
The placed }before the of Dade
Illinois came in from the B. I. voters countyby
been visitinghcr!' friend Miss! Eunice I freight: at their wharf.1IIerl'hantoi have these= gentlemen break swords over
his
R. the ] the Fleming Club has been
M1 on I : H1ccess-
head with half told stories and desire
this week. I Our and many of the people my <<

.t, ,j': Harrison, Jno. Clemcnson came down from I I down the river prefer to have their through your columns to state the whole of ful. There were four tickets in the
\ \Ve are glad to welcome Mrs. Grays 0 field, but the fight which the Fleming
Jupiter the eonniftion with tin matter
on 10th. frcillth Ipetl l sailboat as the freightis my respecting -
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:s i and children back to our midst again.: I : Club has made during the last three or
the nomination for Justice for this
J last week. It is said Mrs. Marsh will build on : cheaper : and ao at present: it 5 is precinct
returned
+ They four months fir hone methods in
politics -
out of which this whole in
; her east side place this winter. almost[ impossible: for our nu-rchants toship tempest a
Capt. Paddison and c1au11ters-Ii: II i teapot has grown. I desire to say I was and in the county :government, has
: their orders: with promptness unless I
Capt. II. P. Dye has ; far :
kra Katie and Mrs. ieo. llobhins-paid :so recovered first approached on the subject by )Ir. impressed the voters of Dado county
they} send via steamer the buildinz of I
from a
:: Mimsa short visit last week. his late accident as to be around j Walter Kitelungho told me there wax an with a firm belief in its aims and purposes -
wharf from Main street has been about
again.
expressed desire in the Sebastian sottle- and they endorsed its ticket with
,1 We understand that Miss White, ,
decided UlOU.rflli1'l will :give the !sailboats -
ti lady who is to take this Capt. II. F. Hammond arrived from j lent that I should take the nomination majorities ranging; : from five to seventy.
-j the young ample facilities for receiving the
:' 1 is expected this week. .. his summering: in the north on the : lIe also said that Mr. Cain was spoken of The result: in the more important offices
school, ivight: for their patrons, and it is
: IS a candidate. I then told him that Idid is given below, the Fleming Club nominee -
. ,1 i, )rr. Cris Miller arrived from Savannah 23rd.Ab. further suggested: that the track leading!
Wilder not wish to oppose: )lr. Cain, who being being: placed! first :-
has
t ; last week, he was looking: so well a four-year-old bud- to the shore be extended to the corner
. ded an older settler, and so far as I knew a Cleveland, 91 ; Harrison,43; Bullock
: lemon tock that ,
orange: on had
of his! friends hardly knew of Washington and from thence
that some : : avenue
fifty-four this worthy man was entitled to the cilice l if he 03) ; Goodrich; 45; Fleming: 99; Ship-
oranges on season.
direct to the depot itself that the
him.We so re- anted it. A few were sorry to learn that Mr. II. Ab. Wilder has about 100 turtle in andlingof: freight would be saved some from Col. Gibson, and also from another Hardee, 100; 31 el lor, 29.

i Roberts has been having: chills and fe- his crawl, ready to ship to Jacksonvilleas what. prominent gentleman in the Sebastian set- Representative : Albury, 108; Bessie -

, ,y ter, also Mr. R. Olit er. Hope they are soon as quarantine is raised.A The opinions of our merchants are lenient, asking that I take the nominations : 27.

, :: improvj II:!. couple of children of J. D. Ernest that this wharf should, at present, be s it was desirable that the portion of the County Judge: Heyser, 82; Free

,J We are sorry to say that Mr. and Mrs. while on their way to school on the 21st, built out to a distance of about 500 feet Hard Cider' element at Sebastian, of I nan, 29; White, IS.

( did with lonir. Mr.' were upset, but, fortunately, in shallow from the shore, with a T head, and a whom the valiant Mr. Ford is the mouthpiece -
Harris not tarry us County Clerk : Quimby,93; :McCrory,
water. warehouse to keep freight dry in case of should be defeated. Finding<< that 10.
and
" H was offered a good position they
. rain or storm. This wharf will :give our own settlers were anxious that I should Sheriff Baldwin
Fresh 03 Rhodes
beef 27
instead of :
left this week. : being an un- ; ;
sufficient depth of water for all sailing: run, I attended the nomination, and allowed Mattaur 38.Assessor .
known
luxury here is -
Mr. J. B. Mims shipped a carload of now a regular
craft to load and unload at the different my name to be put forward as a candidate -
He article of diet for those who are willingto : Richards, 59 ; White, 20 !
oranges on Wednesday morning.: seasons of the year, and can be extendedto Mr. Cain not being present. A Priest 54.Collector.
for it. ,
" intended them arrive in New York in pay
to the channels at any time when necessity ballot being taken resulted in Mr Cain
It is said there is real live : Ilillhnuse, 42 ; Brickell
time for Thanksgiving Day. a pantherin demands it. getting the nomination by one vote. The
21 ; Clemenson, 3G; Peacock, 38.County .
: Mr. and Mrs. :Elliott and daughter: the neighborhood of Palm Beach, and We are informed that a number of vote cast being very small, and manifestly

Miss Nellie, and Mrs. Hy man arrived that Capt. Dimick has offered thirty the merchants down the river are ready no expression of the feeling of the majority 34. Surveyor: Potter, 103; White,

. Friday afternoon. We hear that Mr. dollars for its annihilation. to aid quite liberally this project, and of the qualified voters of the precinct, my Very respectfully
,
Elliott takes the Hiawatha Hotel this There is a rumor here that nine negroes boatmen on the river are willing: to friends wished me to run anyway, and as I GEO W. POTTER

. week. were found dead up in Jupiter help as their share. The cost is estimated was strongly] of the opinion that Mr. Cain Sec. Fleming Club.,

i !J Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Harris have Narrows, and that, as they were ashore, about $500 to $800. was unaware of his nomination, and had .

C. moved from Turnbull into Mrs. Brady's that poison was the probable cause. While the importance of our havinga not been consulted, I consented reluctantly -Rev. James Bolton will conduct the

'"a; house, but we understand that Mr. II. The rumor, however, lacks confirmation. city wharf has been brought to notice however, as besides not desiring the office, following services on Dec. 1st and 2nd.
I foresaw that to some extent at least the
has accepted a situation with :Mr. L. C. While on the way up the lake with more earnestly, and perhaps at an earlier At LaGrange on Saturday at seven
matter would be productive of ill feeling
Oliver, at Titusville, and that they will the mail on the 22nd, the mail carrier, date, on account of the recent discrimination o'clock, and Sunday at eleven a. m. At
assertions been
some strong having
move down shortly.Mr. Wilbur Hendrickson, managed to upset of freight: at the railroad wharf, very Titusville, evening service at Presbyteri
made ly11'. Gibson at the nomination,
.\. S. Dickinson was somewhat his boat near Hypoluxo. He was rescued yet it is something: that our town needs ; reflecting on Mr. Cain's private character. an Church at 6:30 o'clock.

successful in organizing: : the singing- by Capt. Pierce, who also succeeded its shows enterprise and a will to makea Wishing to ascertain from Mr. Cain himself -Mr. Tom Smith met with the misfortune -

. class, it will be finally decided next in saving the mail. town prosperous, and increase busi- what his views and wishes were, I took of having: his raft of lumber

. Tuesday evening, Dec. 4th, at 7 p. m., County Judge: A. E. Hoyser and icss. Taking this view of it, the Board : occasion to write him after the nomination, broken up by the recent storm in Mosquito -

it the schoolhouse in LaG range. Come County Commissioner A. M. Fields arrived of Aldermen might help it along withan asking him if he was actually interested, Lagoon. A portion of it came

t all who wish to join. Tuition two dollars home from Miami on the 17th, the appropriation from the town funds.It and in the field and wished to carry the through the Haulover, although it was

,. for ten lessons. former having: gone there to count the will be money well spent in addition matter to an election on a fair and square anchored quite a way up the Lagoon!: ,

with the aid contributed by our merch- basis, independent of feeling on while pieces of lumber strewn allover
Some young folks were having their vcteand the latter to attend the County any person are

iW fortunes told not long since, and one Commissioners' meeting. ants, and will place a small share of the the part of our supporters, and in that letter the southern portion of the Lagoon.

expense equally among all the residentand I took occasion to assert to Mr. Cain,
r 1 young gentleman in particular was anx- The east side school has been going -Late this (Thursday) evening we
property owners of our town, who whom I esteem as a good friend, that I was
;
I ious to have his, and among other thingswas since the 5th, with a good attendance ; learned that the Thanksgiving dinner
will be benefited indirectly by the not to the unfortunate remarks
a party
"\ told that he never would be married and the west side school, after being netted between $35 and$40. The rooms
wharf. that had been made at the nomination by
,. ,-decided to leave Florida fmmediatelyhav'nt held in the Rev. E. Gale's house from were very tastefully decorated,and every-
To make a start in this direction it some of my supporters, and that come what
:' heard if he has gone yet, the 12th to the 19th, moved up to a thing was nicely arranged-even the
would seem best, to us, to have a meeting might the issue would create no difference
i house A. B. culinary department,which we inspected.The .
Brigg's side
i.l on : west placeon
in
relations. The balance of
Eau Gallie. of our citizens, and select a compe- our friendly
< the 20th, and is now "in full blast." dinner was gotten up by, and was
't tent committee whose business shall be my letter so far from assuring Mr. Cain of
Colder weather during the past few under the superintendence of, Mrs. Jas.
,t,! days The Mary B. started to go out on the to secure all the aid they can, and also my support, was a challenge to a fair tight who
in this section.The Pritchard and Mrs. G. B. Rumph,
!r.::, 19th, but finding the Inlet nearly closed, ascertain the lowest cost of building the on the basis of who would get the most were ably assisted by Mrs. G. M. Robbins -

sloop "Vixen" is down the river she could not get out. She returned wharf as mentioned or finally decided votes. But of this letter dated I think the Miss Joyner, Miss Pritchard, Miss

,":" ); with a fishing party. down the lake, notified the citizens, upon. With the proper inaugural steps day after the nomination, Mr. Ford manu- Norwood, the Misses Paddison, etc., all

;" Capt. and Mrs. Bennett, Miss Piazza factures what he terms, the correspondence, of whom worked like Trojans to insure
and took a party up to begin work on a the project can be successfully carriedout
' and Mr. Clarke arrived from the north between myself and Mr. Cain, in which 1 success. I
:" new inlet. The Illinios and Bon Ton and completed in a very brief time

t'.., Wednesday evening. also went up, taking: men with them, While the railroad company have a am made to say that I would support him Worth Knowing.Mr. .
; etc. when as matter of fact the letter
a
f' A select few of our citizens enjoyed a and Capt. E. N. Dimick and Capt. U. perfect right to try to secure all the wasof W. H. Morgan, merchant, Lake
exactly the opposite import, and could l
very pleasant evening the residence of D. Hendrickson's spans of mules, ,with business possible for their line of steamers City, Fla., was taken with a severe Cold,
( have conveyed no such idea to Mr. Cain, atttended with a distressing Cough and
Mr. 11. W. Goode, of Melbourne, on scrapers, were taken there, and by the and can enforce such regulations as>
in its first
or any one else. When it was written I running into Consumption
Wednesday last. night of the 22nd they had they deem best for accomplishing sucha
evening : a good new was in the field as it states, and until' we stages. He tried many so-called popular

The steamer "Kathleen" left this inlet made. By the outlay of a com- purpose, we feel they have over stepped learned that our expected votes would not cough remedies and steadily difficulty .

Point the paratively small sum of money a good, the boundary line of popular feeling: Was reduced in flesh, had in
on Tuesday last, for points on be on hand, the matter stood that way. Mr and unable to Finally -
"' 1 Hillsboro and Halifax rivers. Mr. JnoH. permanent inlet could be secured, and among the people generally, and especially Cain's reply confirmed my idea that he breathing tried Dr.was King's New sleep.Discoveryfor

( Mellor was one of the party. the general government should make those who are always ready to be was not a willing nominee, and he stated Consumption ana found immediate

? Mr. Fred Houston is the the necessary appropriation.Full led, but never willing to be drove. that but for the reflections that had been relief, and after using about a half dozen
.F among oys- bottles found himself well and has bad
" ter beds of Jupiter Sound on his sloop election returns from the canvassing thrown on his character at the nomination, no return of the disease. No other rem-

the l.attie B." with the intention of board show a Democratic ma- Charles D. Purj'car. lie would have resigned in my favor, but edv can show so grand a record of curesas

bringing up some of the bivalves jority on the electoral ticket in this This gentleman, who left Minis, iu that they had simply defeated their intended "Dr. King's New Discovery for Con-
object and raised his "dander" and that sumption. Guaranteed to do just whatis
I Mrs. Valentine, Mrs. J. E. M. 1I0d county of 49 ; for Goodrich of 50; for this county, some months ago in very now he was going to run if he only got claimed for it. Trial bottle free at

:; BOn, the Misses Valentine, Mr. Fred Fleming of 57 ; for Hardce of 77 ; and feeble health, died at his mother's residence vote. I considered the old one Dixon & Benson's Drug Store,Titusville.
gentleman'splucky
: Valentine, Master Kingan and Miss elects W. D. Albury as representative ; iu V.1Jtnow_. (____.!!..._:_i._ on_._ _Sunday___ _., yiew of the matter was all right and Citation.To .
Allen E. Heyser as County Judge A Nov. 11th 1888. I
V Florence Hodgson, returned on Tues- : ; morning, the only course he could adopt after what
de F. "Quimby Clerk of the ,Circuit all whom it may concern. .
as Mr.
last Puryear was generally
on the Sharpie Belle (Jno. E. pretty had been said, and preserve his self respect I
I Court Wm. A. Baldwin as Sheriff; known in Brevard vhich he Take notice, that on the 5th day of
Hogson in command), from a few days ; county, to and I so expressed myself, and after it lad :
A. D. 1888. T will apply to the
; Adam C. Richards as Assessor; L. D. I Ii several and taught January
cruising andthe came ago,
about Indian River Inlet, : years been decided that our men could not be lIon. Minor S. Jones, County Judge of

oyster beds of Jupiter Sound. They i Hillhousc as Collector ; Wm. Fuzzard school for several terms. He then engaged i here, and that it was best to drop the contest Brevard county Fla., for letters of ad-

report having: had a splendid time, notwithstanding as Treasurer; A. M. Fields as Count : in merchandise until his health I having an opportunity to do so I sent ministration, of the estate of George
Supt. of Public Instruction ; Geo. M failed. Like all he had faults Warren. deceased, and all and sundry
the norther which prevailed our race, I Mr. Cain word that I had withdrawn, and the kindred andcreditors said George

part of the time. Potter as County Surveyor; Peter Lar- and virtues; but your readers will that there would be no further oppositionon Warren, deceased are hereby admonishedto

& son as Justice of the Peace: in First generally agree in the opinion that Mr my part. Col. Gibson was notified be and appear on said day at the office

Railroad Regulation. District; J. C. 1I0l: land Justice of the Puryear was an honest, honorable and shortly afterwards. Both parties know of said judge] and show cause why
should
said letters of administration not
TALLAUASSEE. FLA., Nov.26-In the Peace in Second District; "1'DJ.. Free- high-toned gentleman. lie had been that had it not been for the non arrival of be granted.

Gadsden County circuit court last week man Justice of the Peace in Third Dis- reared from quite a youth by a devoted, our voters who are still detained North,we SOCIETY WAKREX.Dated .

fire verdicts of$2,500 each were rendered trict, and W. H. Wade Constable in pious mother, whose impress he bore, would have defeated Mr.Cain in a fair con- this 29th day Nov, 1888. {

< in favor of the State of Florida againstthe Second District, and J. O'Callaghan and whom he reverenced.' Her prayers test, and our satisfaction would have been XOTICC.

Pensacola and Atlantic Railroad Constable in Third District. were answered for her boy, who died not in defeating him personally, but in the To all whom it may concern.

Company for violations of the rules ofthe SAM. under her roof few moments after receiving defeat of the little ring of would be wire Whereas I, the undersigned having at

railroad commission. The Supreme .. her farewell kiss, and giving her pullers, who congregate about the attract the fall term of circuit court, of the sev-
ive Sebastian cider barrel and from their enth Judicial Circuit of Florida, in and
court has decided that the court has no NOTICE. assurance that he had submitted to her ,
a'
to
united wisdom forth such meddle for Brevard county, pleaded guilty
bring
jurisdiction to interfere with the enforcement Six weeks after date I will apply to Savior and made him His. "lam crossing charge of larceny against me. And

of the standard rates fixed by the Honorable :Minor S. Jones, County over the river; I am trusting in Jesus," some effusion as appear over the signature whereas at said term of court I was sentenced -

the railroad the I Judge of Brevard county. Florida for were his last expressions,and he: calmly, of Ford. I regret that Col. Gibson so far to imprisonment at hard labor for
commission, and as j letters of administration on the estate of overstepped the rules of etiquette as to pub- such offense, I do respectfully give notice
1'O\da ,of the State have violated the I Susan P. Russell late of said county, de- cheerfully, easily expired. To Miss lish mjr letters without first asking my that will apply to the Honorable Board .

rules in many cases the suit against ; ceased. All the kin and creditors, and, Jennie B. Gray I am indebted for the permission. He did not publish them in of Pardon, to pardons me for such of

then: will be other persons interested will therefore opportunity to read a letter giving an full, by so doing he would have saved me fense for reasons fully set forth In a petition -
a vigorously prosecuted take notice. the troublo of inflicting this boar, letter on which: will be presented on the 10th
unst all, especially against the Pen- JAMES A.RUSSELL. account of.his. death. your readers. Respectfully yours, day December, 1888.

&cola and Atlantic in West Florida, Dated November 29th, 1888. W. N. CHAUDOIIT. W. J. NESBITr. CIIAS. LTNDE.




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2' THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, NOV. 30, 1888.A .


L. O. OLIVER. F. T. BUDGE.
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CHAPTER ON LOCUSTS. Very Peculiar Wedding Rings.Lieut

von Francois the African explorer -
Methods of Making Mua1o1U'I'OWfn1r In has recently described a strange : OLI-VER & BUDGE
the Gl'OUnd-A. Puzzling Question. custom among the Bayanzi, who live for ,
There are several kinds of cicada about many miles along the Upper Congo. The
including the seventeen-year and the custom would seem to make life a good Dealers in

thirteen-year locusts," which are no deal of a burden to their married women.
locusts at all but real cicadas. The one Brass rods which are the favorite cur-
that makes most of our summer musio is rency in the country, are welded into GEORGIA PINE LUMBER
an annual visitor. They all live in the great rings around the necks of the ,
grub state most of their lives, then come wives. Many of these rings worn by

out of the ground crawl up a convenient the women whose husbands are well to SHINGLES AND LATHS.
tree, fasten in their claws, rip open their do weigh as much as thirty pounds and
skins along the back and then by a this burden must be carried around by rGE :
series of patient efforts crawl out. or the poor women as long as they live. l"
\ ER.AL :BAR.D-VV AR.E
back out of the crack perfect insects. "Frequently," says Lieut. von Fran- ,
They have now long gauzy wings wide cois 'one sees a poor woman whose neckis
heads and handsome large eyes. When raw and sore under the heavy weight, -1TITTTSVILLE
they first emerge their wings are folded and in places the skin is rubbed off by Sash Doors and Blinds ; Stoves Tinware and Crockery.I.
and wet. Their first need is to dry off; the ring. This is a sure sign that the ,
so their wings are slowly unfolded and ring has been recently welded around r
fanned gently against the air. Mean- her neck for after a time the skin be- .
.A.1'TD ;
P A..J:1'TTS:
while the juicy creature evaporates a comes calloused, and then the strange aXLe
good deal of its bulk and is soon well ornament produces no abrasion. But

shaped for flight.In the weight is an inconvenience; they Refrigerators Water Coolers Ice Cream Freezers
about one hour it is ready for flight: never get used to it, and it is a perpetualtax ,

and takes a perch higher among the I upon their energies. In every crowdof
limbs, when the males begin at once to women maybe seen a number who are Screen Wire, Screen Windows, Screen-Wire Doors.
strike their love notes. The musio is supporting the ring with their hands, t.
made by the vibration of chords in a hollow -I and thus for a time relieving their weary "
in their sides, behind their wings shoulders of the heavy burden. It may POWDER AT NEW YORK PRICES.

the vibration striking a tightly drawn be said that with every movement of
membrane above them. The rapid alter- their bodies the rings give them discom TITUSVI3LLE FLORIDA.
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nation of contracting and relaxing these !, fort. ,
chords produces the noise which we calla "A ring is never put around a wo -
buzz or whiz. The seventeen and thir- man's neck until she is believed to have TROPICAL AND SUB-TROPICAL FRUITS AND FLOWERS.f f

teen year cicadas, or "locusts" come attained her full physical development.Once Egyptian Queen Pine Slips.

out about a month earlier and their hab- on, it is no easy matter to get it off. INDIAN RIVER NURSERIES.
its while outside as true insects, are The natives have no such thing as a file,
about the same as those of the annual and, though they can hammer a lot of FURNITURE STORE. Bone Meal, Tobacco Stems, Cotton-seed Meal, Cow Peas & Fertilizers.

visitor. They eat and lay eggs for about brass rods into one it is very difficultfor CATALOGUE MAILED FREE. TERMS CASH.
six weeks and then die. The stridulat- them to cut tho thick mass of metalin .
ing noises are not heard beyond August. two. Women who increase largelyin JOHN B. BEACH, Indian River Nurseries, East Melbourne, Fla.

I have seen a whole handful of the deserted flesh after the rings have been fastened -

cases or skins of the pupa) left on their necks are in danger of .A. Frosolier IRRIGATE IRRIGATED! !!
sticking on the trees about our cottage.It strangling to death, and instances of this ,
is curious how perfect they stand, and sort have been known to occur.
yet how empty. It is still more curiousto "Yet these women regard the cum- PROPRIETOR. I -:0-

observe the contrast between the sense brous ornament with pride, imagine thatit f

organs of the perfect insect and those of enhances their importance and beauty, I The requistes of a good Win Engine
the pupax The latter has spent his life and wear the burden with light hearts.

under ground and is shaped for that sort Brass is the money of the country, and Parlor Suites, : are POWER, LIGHTGOVERNING \ RUNNING, SELFSTRENGTH .
of life, a narrow head for pushing throughthe by putting it around their wives' necks r
dirt, sharp claws to dig with and no the men are pretty certain that it won'tbe
I R11 TO\VTTH-
wings. lie is peculiarly fitted with organsto stolen or foolishly expended. But it Bed Room Suites, II i I
secrete abundant moisure and to excrete is an odd and cruel sort of a savings '
I STAND STORMS, DU- 1 ABILITY, A SIMPLI-
it, so that as he tunnels his burrowsare bank.New York Sun. \ \
fir
made waterproof with sticky excre Beds, Mattresses, I CITY. '' I
tion. As his time for egress comes his Russia's Domination in Asia.

skin hardens and he can no longer freely A great aud motley throng of brownish i Numbers of tes- timonial can be :
execute so that the insect that is shaped Hindoos, dusky Afghans, pallid Springs

inside is a sappy wet affair when it first Persians and yellow Chinamen, together shown to the KirkwoodWiBdEathese. r F1f
I prove
emerges. with the vari-hued complexions of the And everything in the :FURNITURE ;
nomad tribes and minor nationalities of f
Wo these in the
can trace changes
line. Call and see the :New Stock gine posseses all .
lives of creatures but can we, after all, Central Asia, is preparing for tho picturesque I.I-
explain them? There are no mechanicallaws pomp and ceremonials of coronation just received. = II I

that can account for the transfor- at Samarcand, the historical capi-
mation from underground burrowers to tal of Tamerlane, of the great white czar Keeps full supply of metallic and wooden THE WIND ENGINEIs
KIRKWOOD
big eyed, broad winged flying creatures. of Russia, who will henceforth become Coffins, Cases and Caskets. f'
Still more impossible is it to explain the also emperor of Central Asia.
Funerals attended if desired. All the Most Reliable Durable Lightest-running and Powerful Wind ia-
law or instinct of. love that brings tho This great forthcoming event, which or- Engine
sexes together and begins another roundof the activity of the Nihilists three years ders promptly executed, and at reasona- vented. Coupled with its symmetrical design and handsome appearance makes it '
existence. The mother cicada lays ago postponed, is dwelt upon no less with rates Embalming done. 22 most desirable and economical for the purchaser.

her eggs near the tips of limbs of ash or interest by the impressionable and MILLS, TANKS, TOWERS, PUMPS: PIPING.: :

hickory, or oak or maple trees. In glamour seeking Orientals of Calcutta, GREEN AND DRIED FRUITS, Mill can be seen in operation at my place at Eden. Write for Illustrated Cato
about six weeks they hatch and imme- Pekin, Cabul and Teheran than looked
I logue,free. Address
Foreign and Domestic. ,
diately fall or jump to the ground and forward to with innate pride and gratification I II
begin to burrow. The seventeen year by tho chief personage in the cor- G. LOUTREL LUCAS EDEN FLOHID.'L23Jm
onation, who thus contemplates the realization .I *.
sort burrows during all that number of Selser 8ro L
of 'cherished dream which COmp'yj I hI
years and then comes out for its brief a long I
life of wings and love. But the annual has irradiated the slumbers and gildedthe

sort of course, only burrows for about waking: thoughts of the long line of Agents for Bishop, Hoyt & Co's Hammock !
ten months or little more.I Russian: imperial rulers for generations.Now 1 Land Florida Oranges, I LOWER THE TARIFF i
wish you would explain to me how the completion of the Tnmscaspian Citra, Florida. i iI p
they ever learned to do this work either railroad makes the project easy of execution I
below or above ground. John tells me and all Central Asia is agitated

to read Darwin and I will find that it with the coming event. At the corona- COMMISSION MERCHANDISE' THAT'S WHAT THE PEOPLE WANT.
came about by a natural process, or tion of the reigning emperor in Moscowa
"natural selection.) That the first cicada few years ago special care was takento DEMOCRATS CAN'T t
was a creature that tried to hide insure the presence of powerful

itself and burrowed slightly. Those Asiatics, who were duly impressed with Special Attention Given Florida Fruits. ANDREPUBLICAN'S
that burrowed best were safest and so the tremendous military display which

the burrowing instinct was slowly they witnessed, and returned to spread 28 N. Delaware Ave., and 29 Water St. WON'T I
formed. But how about these seventeen abroad the fame and dread of Russia. ,

year creatures? I suppose a good deal of The same effect will be produced in a Philadelphia, Pa. BUT I WILL :
our trouble in thinking out these prob- more marked degree at Samarcand. I
lems is because wo have no idea hew tiny While in Turkestan this event will References-Seventh Nat'l. Bank; Produce k f
brains or mere nerve centers think and destroy the last vestiges of formidable Nat'l. Bank; Mercantile Agenciesor I AM READY TO LOWER THE TARIFF

what they are capable of purposing. opposition to Russia's domination, it will any Produce House in Philadelphia. f

Very clearly we do not do so much of also create uneasiness in England, and make S3.00)K"r ON'SJOUTH'S&CHILDREN'S
the thinking of the world as we some- even Germany will view with disquietudethis AGENTs.an profit> selling our
) UMS. We beat the :
times suppose that wo do. And those extension of Cossack domination for low priced. A
people who deny reason of any sort to into Central Asia.-Philadelphia In- ICED PLUSH PHOTOGIUPJJ LUV=W:
the animal world simply'show that they quirer. 8>f:x:10K, Embossed padded sides, gold edges,eiten-:
slon clasp holding 82 pages of Cabinet and Card
themselves are unable to reason. There pictures, sent for 1.00,retails for $2.25;bound also
Tho Big Rooster's Indignation.A in Japaneese Morocco. Illustrated: circulars FREE
is thought an about us and planning, of the above and FINER -
disappointed barn yard fowl is often -STYLE. 01'Fo..bPe -
and and deliberate adaptation. CLaT :JN"Gr.:
memory as cross as if it could show its temper db Mennklu. $ /
When you say the insect works by instinct Cincinnati. Ohio. i 3 Yid 1 /
after the manner of human beings. The !

-Mary, you E. have Spencer still in to GlobeDemocrat.The explain instinct.. I big natured dominique fellow rooster with was hens a and very young good AS ENTS Finished BPl double ling our their Corrugated BRASSo HATS & CAPS, BOOTS &: SHOES, TRUNKS, VALISES,

chickens, and he seldom resented having BEFLECTBiB! SAFETY LAMP.

Yellow Fever Bacillus. kernels of corn, no matter how many, Can b? sold In every family. Gives ETC., ETC.,
Dr. B. C. Bernays was asked what he snatched out from under his beak, whenit more Full sized light than Lamp three sent ordinary by Express lamps.forithirty AT LOW TARIFF
knew about the yellow fever bacillus. was done in a fair bcrambte. But if k cent \Ve also have the best PRICES.
"Nothing, and I do not believe any he had begun to crow, and a kernel was selling Send for Coffee illustrated Poi circulars In the U.to S.
one does. Dr. Domingo Frere, of RiQ unexpectedly dropped where ho certainly FORSHEE&McMflKIN.CInclnnatl.Q J. i-uw
Janeiro claims to have identified it, and would have got it, had he not been so ,

his utterances and writings created a pro busy, it was too much to see his share PORTER & POTTER THE ONE PRICE CLOTHIEB.Clyde'sNewYork.Charleston&FloridaS.S.Line.
found sensation, but sanitarians and physicians taken away by any other fowL He frequently -' .
do not accept his conclusion. Two pecked the offender as soon as he ,

American physicians one an unknownin I could stop crowing and showed generalill '
Nebraska, have claimed to have made I temper for a few moments. His indignation Real Estate Dealers .
the same discovery. Personally I do not was so amusing that we fell ,
believe that the micrococci in this disease into the habit of teasing him in this way, Lake Worth, Dade Co., Fla. YORK.
GENERAL
OFFICES : 35 BROADWAY SEW
have been identified at alL Dr. Brewer until, at last the old fellow began to ,
Lake Worth, Florida is the most tropical part of
of this city profound student and experimenter practice choking down the rest of his the State. It lies parallel with the ocean beach, is | NEW YORK, AUG. 16, 18SS.
in this branch of medical crow when corn was thrown in front of yjt miles long, of an average width of one mile, is >

science I understand repudiates the him. Gradually ho managed to stop where connected over with three-quarters the ooean of b.r a mile an inlet from, the and ocean.i* no- FOR FERNANDINA, FLA., DIRECT.

Brazilian theory. more and more quickly, and in the end The fishing and hunting cannot be excelled, pompano -
"As to the destruction of microbes, it he would swallow his voice with a gulp, ,blue fish nh,being ea trout, barracuta caught, sheepLead and Steamers are appointed to sail from Pier 29, East River, New York
other fine easily by trolling ors
Is my opinion that any forces such as and snatch a bit of food as promptly as .ith a net. Deer and wild turkey are plentiful in
gases or heat, that will destroy the germs If he had not been crowing at all.-Ben- the pine woods beyond the chain of fresh water Every Wednesday, at 3 p. m.
} will also destroy all vegetable and animallife jamin Karr in Popular Science Monthly.How lakes which lie west of Lake Worth. Beautiful cocoanut .

coming within their influence. The the lake groves and guavas.are in bearing mangoes all sapadillos along the,shores alligator of DELAWARE.............................................Wednesday,Sept.26thFROM

medical profession knows a great deal to Treat Suspicions. pears,sugar apples,Spanish limes, Jamaica apples,
about disease *' The bacillus of tamarinds, coffee,goosberry trees maumee apples : F 7RrnI A
germs. There are two ways to dispose of a suspicion maumee sapotas, almonds dates, figs, oranges.
consumption has been discovered identified and one of these should always Braes,lemons,citron and all kinds of tropical fruit DIRECT FOR NEW YORK.
and photographed, yet the forces and flowers are doing finely here. This is the most
accepted. It may either be sifted to the eastern part of Florida. being 100 miles east of the
necessary to the extermination of the bottom, and its truth or error be established longitude of Jacksonville. This brings the Gulf Steamers are appointed to sail every TUESDAY, as follows :
germs will surely kill the patient. Privately Stream nearer to the land hare than at any other 25tb
once for all or it be aban-
I think that the man-who'got up may part of the coast, and thus insures the most even GULF .Tuesday, Sept
doned as unworthy of a place in the ,
the
temperature of any place in United States. A wd
this scheme of the microbes I attentionI
bombarding thoughts. Which of these two methodsto large acreage Is put in garden truck every winter, The freight and passenger accommodations are unsurpassed. Every
is a student of, human'nature who, by from 15,000 to 20.000 bushels of early tomatoes be I given business entrusted to this line.
this means of,a supposed struggle with adopt must depend upon many circum- ing grown every Tear,which bring from 1.60 to Direct all shipments from New York via Circle's Florida Line PIer29 East BITW--
stances. If there are grave interests to $5.00 per busheL Good hotels, stores and post. For further intormation apply to. t.
;the disease, seeks to divert the minds of involved in the of offices are convenient. Lots of all sizes and prices J. A. STEAD, Agent. 3. A. T.ESLI><. Ages fyt,
justice as "
.the people from the peril which surrounds ; case supposed secured by the above firm,who have almost all of Fernandina Fin S8 W.Bay 8t., J'L '
| dishonesty if the fault we fear is thebest land to sell Parties buying now will, in, THEO. G. EGEB. Trafflo Manager, WH. P..CLYDE'k .. Gaf'wa1,1LT..
them. The cannonading| do harm
can 00. one with which we have personal concern, S hon time,more than double the purchase money 35 Broadway Y. 12 South Wharvee PbUade1P his ...w..
and if it makes some peoplebelieve,that and if the suspicion to be well Lots range from&to 10 acres,all fronting on Lake F. H. IBOYMONOEIt, Jr.,General TranUq Alen&.Jacksoa I r t
appears
it Is doin much b Prices from $30 to $300 an acre. Anyone itetfMtt
good, why BO gained. founded. then undoubtedly it Is onr duty Worth.wishing further information enclose stamp to the Since last season TEHTHi&TOESIutve been cosftrncted on tie iron

:':Globe-Democrat ..-- to examine it.Once, a Week. above firm better transportation of Oranges and Vegetables.



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! WOMAN'S WEAR.- THE LATEST IN JEWELS. Bncklen's Arnica Salve.

The best salve in the world for cuts
wffl take the Bar ,
tjftbon and feathers place of lace pins of gold decorated with floral
bruises ulcers salt rheum fever
eaw s poD the toll millinery. I sprays in enamel are Worn considerably. sores, tetter, sorest chapped, hands, chilblains, :aUMPRsILLIERY 1 s. H. RAY
and granite blue A coiled
l Black gray, green felt serpent on a twist work bracelet, corns and all skin eruptions' and positively ,
' krill be stylish for autumn wear. while not new, isa ever popular pattern.A
cures piles, or no pay required.It .
.' Crocheted passementeries and those with I tiger Ifly in brightly colored enamel is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac-
effects, are popular in all colors. makes a most artistic single
,-ocbeted prong hairpin tion or money refunded. Price 25 cents
green shades predominate in the velvets top.An per box. For sale by all drug stores in Successor to J. C. Norwood and Co.,

Bfci and ribbons prepared for autumn wear. I irregular pearl surrounded by a circle Titusville, and on Indian River.

Ybe newest -armore sills show the fine of brilliant diamonds makes an attractive

bird eye pattern which was formerly calledroel I scarf pin. Advice to M other*. TITUSVILLE, FLA.Gen'l .

siltTwilled A handsome bracelet, now very popular,is Mrs WINSLoW'S SOOTHING BTBCP should alwaysbe ."
used when children are cutting teeth. It re-
,armure striped and repped silk a loose braid of three strand gold cables in lieves the little u1Iererat once;itproducesnatural, .
the bulk of the fall importations in Roman color finish. quiet sleep,and the little cherub awakesaa"brightas
fie up button." it is It
a very pleasant to taste.
this line. Rings of silver In "iron" finish, a rusty soothes the child,softens the gums,allays all pain,
\, Black hats are likely to be favored through black oxidizing resembling old iron, are at regulates the bowels,andis the best known remedy
present very papular. for diarrhoea, whether arising from teething or AND
with
for wear costume of
autumn any
the othercansea. Twenty-fire cents a bottle.
; color. A long rapier, with a hilt hardly mnf h

.t The autumn woolens recently imported are thicker than the blade, but well jeweled, is a FOR SALE.A Merchandise

mostly plain goods, in new shades and new neat design in scarf pins.
A finely chased flat tract of land on Indian River in the
band gold bracelets
recently -
weaves.
county of Brevard consisting of 88 DRESSMAKINGESTABLISHMENT
seen had upon ita cluster of "
Ladies' cloths appear again in the lightweights tiny
daisies with diamond centers. acres; it being lot No.3, and south half
introduced last and in all the
year of the northeast quarter of section 35 STORE.
An odd ,
acv dull colors. pencil case is in the form of a
and lot No. 3 being the southwest
French quar-
but
wire nad of spike like
Among the rich ribbons now shown are proportions
of the northwest
ter quarter of section
Silver H the material used.
dfJ sole
velvet stripes on peau grounds withan A 36, both in township 31 south, range 39
ottoman border. triple finger ring comp ed of three ,
east. This is a very desirable piece of
Host trimmings upon the fall hats oro from separate circles twisted gold, each of a dif-
hammock soil of rich quality suitablefor
ferent color, is a novelty in its': line. ,
the back forward. Even wings point sharplyto the raising of all tropical fruits. Is I propose to keep
the front. A scarf pin suitable for tho Dwyers is a
silver situated at the Narrows, near Enos post-
wool fabrics show finish horseshoe around which is wrapped a TITUSVILLE FLA.
Many plain a high thick office. Will sell cheap for cash. For
wad of
the glossy, silk like surface being prod greenbacks of green gold.A particulars address ,

ood by closely woven twills. black five leaved elover, with a brilliant :E. M. LOW A First-Class Stock

The new gros grain silks have medium diamond dewdrop center makes a brooch Sept. 3. Brockton, Mass.
much admired
by ladies in mourning.A .
sized reps and soft ottoman silks have

mailer] reps than those of last year. hideous sea spider in oxidized silver
makes a brooch which will ORANGE BOX STRAPS.Use -OFGROCERIES-
Plain Henrietta cloths are now mixed with I not be much admiral .

'iflk in such l
them sateen Henrietta. An artistic scarf pin represents an ace of SALE BY

Every article of the tJMet that will admitof clubs of pearls. In the center is a small LITTLE BUGS., Orlando, Fla. I have just received my STOCK of
die nond, and in the stem of the trefoil is seta TAMPA: COMMERCIAL CO., Tampa, Fla.
its use, such as fans, parasols, etc., is ruby WI!. KI \.l'r, DeLand, FL MILLINERY GOODS; this embracesthe
finished( with mountings of oxidized silver. OR WB1TF' TO LATEST STYLES and SHADESof
A new luxury is a penwiper, consisting of THE TWHTEJ) WIRE HOX STRAP COMPANY,
Empire and directoire ribbons show fine
a silver ornament, holding together several 4>1 (tiiimli Htrtttew York. 31 ,
annure grounds, with a brocaded stripe of
layers of chamois skin with
gold flowers wrought in silks and tinsel neatly scalloped
edges J. H. SHIREMAN
Many of the new silks are stripod in weav- ,
ing in a manner similar to the new woolens, Enameling on gold and silver has now been YORK, PA.JEERL LADIES'FELT&STRAW DRY GOODS
and show several tones of a single color. brought so near perfection that the colors of
the counterfeit blossoms vie in color with ( COMMISSION AND PUl:CII.\SING ,
Some very effective' ribbons show large their original AGENCY for all kinds of Fruit, Farming,

satin spot on an ottoman stripe, the remainder Machinery, Etc.
Martial sleeve links are of sliver, havingon A lot of Oranges Wanted forClirintma-i. HATS
of the ribbons being woven in fine
Hatixlactory! Helen'nces or Security jlin'lI.
one si ie a finely Chased shield, while the NOTIONS
gros gn D. :n. Correiiou other is a Roman sword with bright:; blade ,
Tinsel borders are noted on some of the and oxidized imnrtla.A .
new dull colored wootepa. Borders and MALABAR CIGAR FACTORY.
pair of cross dumb bells the ends
of steel and direr hand ,
stripes are especially RIBBONS FEATHERS Etc.
tome. jeweled with a pearl,A sapphire a ruby anda EC. C. Stare, 1-.Gl.l.ic101.. ]!cns' Ladies' & Children
diamond respoctivdy, is a tasteful patternfor
.The greater number of riding habits of an athlete"scarf pin. Manufacturer of fine Havana and Do-
dark doth are made entirely with the
plain mestic Trade with fine
A novelty in ring designs ia a plain shank, Cigars. supplied
exception edgns.Xovehies. of a silk binding which finishes the separating at the top to support two four hand made goods. Orders promptly filled. :IiQECLOTllIG::

stone clusters, in which appear diamonds Factory at Malabar, Fla. 28 .
in dross silk show a woven bor- pearls, rubies and sapphires.

der along one selvage, and some very expen Plain oval baud bracelets of gold, with in- GRAY. MISS SWAIN, a lady of experiencein
tire silks have borders of fine silk embroidery. S.F.
teriors plain and exteriors iu satin finish and Dre making and in Trimming Hat:

Gray is to bo again a favorite color. Tho further me-nots embellished inlaid in enamel with a, are spray both of tasteful forget- Watch Maker and Jeweller. will be in charge of this Department to

newest shades; are heron, a light shade, and and chaste.A Design, or trim to order all Hats pur-
S1<.>1>at John 5i. DIXOD'H Drug Store, Titusville, rIaAl.L
oxide, which is the gray of the dullest oxi- chased if desired. She will also Design
peculiar design in match safes is evidently :ELATS
dued silver. WORK WARRANTED.
) bound to make its possessor o moneyedman. and MAKE TO ORDER DRESSES ,
Cashmere and metallic effects are noticeable Scattered
over the surface and tightly
in fancy millinery goods, and handsome soldered to it are a half ilollar, two twenty- N...t.U: tIA.N'S when the materials are purchased from
bodies pins and aigrettes of different five cent pieces, three dimes and a half dime. stock. It is not my intention to establish

oetils are gho -n. A dainty thing in queen chain pendants is NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY u Dressmaking Department to my '

Drap d'Alma appears again among the au- :a tiny jar shaped flask of gold. One side is business for the profits in Dressmaking,
tumn dress materials, also rough camel's finely chased, and on the other,on a satin THE PIOXCER AGKH'CY.
hair! and English in plain andIn but only to assist or promote my sales in
servo grounds finished ground, are inlaid three purple pan-
stripes. ics in natural colored enamels. The flask For terms and saniple copies addressCHAS.H.NAUMAN Dress Goods. Good bought elsewherewill ,

Low crowned aureeJo hats with brims may be filled with sal vokitUu. not be made up. ...

framing the face, will be conspicuous duringthe A handsome bracelet recently seen omsisted -

demi-season__ l_ in black or Suede colored of two rows of overlapping diamond Haulover P. O., Brevard county Fla. 1 bought three thousand dollars worth Gent's Furnishing Goods,

ttraw vc&U belt: haped; pieces of nugget finished gold. Tho and more inDry

. Shoes for the house and carriage wear sorners of the lozenges were slightly rounded, A. L. Hatch & Son,

crepe never so fanciful. now,but no woman and a ruby a diauioud and an emerald were
with the loast claim to fashion will wear set on the bracelet's upper side. DEALERS: ALSOCROCKERY

upon the street anything but plain fine kid. Varicolored or t4opalizedn gold, as it is

Bilk underskirts are now do riguicr with termed, is now being produced in numerous DRY GOODS NOTIONS Goods

Parisian grandee dames, and are made up in attractive designs. A pair of cuff buttons GLASSWARE

black and shot stuffs, as well as in tints the recently seen had a spray of enameled flow- ,

most tender and most brilliant ers in the center on a dull gold back ground, Hardware, Crockery ,

White wool vests with small gilt buttons while the rest of the button's surface was Stationery, Family Medi-

finish many of the new cloth gowns while opahzed and shimmered in rays of red, yellow cines, Garden Seeds, HARDWARE
rests. of shirred or folded white China crape green, gold and black.-Jewelers' And can show you, in a few days a

soften and freshen silks, velvets and laces. Weekly. CHOICE GROCERIES, Most Excellent Assortment in Materialsand

Shirring grows more and even velvet does not escape while smocking Hay, Corn, Mapes Fertilizers. AND
of these I had the
large portion
ii
really and much that it
truly a craae, so so
b a relief to find a costume free from any I A regular matrimonial agency has been established CITY POINT, FLORIDA. good fortune to secure at Bankrupt Sale,
between America and Russia.
farm of ft : and secured Bargains which I
some pro-
, Combinations again appear in the new Imported William Sherwood, of Baltimore, Md., RIVER ART GALLERY to divide with Customers. Ship Chandlery Goods., .
woolen gowns, But oftener: of two will Bible.A spend one year. in prison for stealing a INDIAN pose my

plain staffs oontrasting color than of plain I cannot attempt to enumerate the

and plaid or figured* MS was last season'sr San Francisco oouplo who desired to get varied lines I have to offer, but kindly
fcacy. married chartered a tug anti had the 00r. ,
r mony performed white the boat was in the PICKENS TURNER, invite your inspection. My
About the most distusguo of new email an-

, taxm wraps la the Abbe cape, with straight open ICLA
<-) high collar, slightly flaring at front after runaway horse in Norwich, Conn., ran, Photographer, These will be the main features of my
y the fashion of the into an open doorway, up a steep flight Of
j garmefits worn by high Views East Coast and Indian Rivera
' church dignitaries. stairs, through a long ball and down a'sight on business, but orders sent me for anything -
;j of back stairs before be was captured.The Specialty. StockWill
'v'j. attention the Central park authori- Has the only Authorized PHOTOGRAPH Grocery kept in any store in Titus-
RCUGKXJS GLEANINGS. PRESIDENT CLEVELAND AND PARTY
ties in Briton has beau called to the fact thai OF
: filled.
will be
ville
that has ever been made during their promptly
t. The "the feet of the angel that surmounts the big
,: OuugregationalistB ia England aroorSKifcing fountain ought to be thoroughly cleaned* travels. Orders by mail receive prompt !
i<' religious.guilds for yous*people. attention. 496mo.I I

. The Hebrews have forty-nine synagogues Persons who respond to an useful advertisement hoosehoUl be arriving in a few days, and I

< 111 loJe=w v1en-Fork and larger population than that articles promisesthe for 25 cents" receiving by return GRAND VIEW HOTEL hope to interest you in prices and goods

Y' mail a literally pointed responses needles. offered. :My
( The ,
.:0.. national association of cthndist Will Chickens
local Preachers h Jds its next annual contention The oddest election bet yet is from l .- i TITUSVILLE FLA. boy'MMggs, ,

; in Columbus, 0., Sept. IMS. ark, where twenty Democrats and Republicans : ,
the Young Methodist alliance have put up $5 each to make a tlOO pooL -0- Seed Stock of 100 Bshls. Irish PotatoesI
1rIl1 People's which the winning side is to take and expand Or any Country Produce my customers!
251Dd27.hold a convention in Chicago on Sept. In a glorification Barbecue.A Tie most centrally locate Hotel in City.
The attendance expected: to be friends bringto
\IWf large.In boll tosser of Beatrice, Neb.,dreamed -0-- hope to have in soon. The uncer- or may
: that he was stealing second base, and when NEW HOUSE. FIRST-CLASS IN .
Cincinnati and its suburbs there arertj Dallls sfid. Ha tainty of getting them safely through market.
' the captain yelled "slide EVERY RESPECT.
::, Methodist ,
' churches, with M ministers, landed in the street, having jumped from tbe quarantine has caused delays on first in-
:&1 gwcal preachers, 1,663 members and 7,355 second story window of the Grand Central Open all the year round. Table Unsur-
will be Sold
cay stallment. These Extremely
school children,officers and teachers. hoteLA passed. Bath Rooms Free.
The treasurer of the American board states Low for first-class Seed Stock. I will
well to do citizen of Macon, Ga.,.uses
';' &t the for the months of the Rates, $2.5O & 83.OO per Day. I ask for share of the .
a j. receipts eleven for a bathtub a tine lined coin box. It w aintended have also Commercial Seed Stock at a a public patron.age
f;' ** rear amounted to t479,7W, againstW SPECIAL RATES PER WEEK.
the coffin of his
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to oontain neighbor less
63 for the same period ef the previousThe price. and come as a supplicant, not adi.tator
{ **: result regarded as a vindicad ,but proved.to be .too large to e.nterth J. A. MILLER. Proprietor.State .
; grave, and was bOUght; uy its present; owner asking for your favors.If .

subiectof. (' probation. For a song. of Florida, County of Brel+ard. In BLDUCTIOH IH HATS AND SHOES.Ladies' .
Justice Court. .v courteous treatment,good

;;4 THEATRICAL NOTES. Italy's Coral n.lv. >.. To J. E. B 'NETT. goods and low figures is '

The Italian coral Hfrlwrv *.....-s.,; to be You are hereby notified that a writ of French Kid Shoe, former .

;' Vtlotta Patti is teaching singing in Paris. giving out. The ..Mo "for...ax.*1"ho attachment has been issued against you price, $5, reduced to $4.25. the candidate for
:( used to be employed have itrrnaM'J to attached the .
JjP Rhea brings back from Prance two and your property to satisfy favor : '
: Calcutta is now the elit 1 irarket! public ,
, "z Playi: by Sardou 1,000. -demand of P. J. Hall amonntingto $10.
, and Europe taking e*iuira- Straw Hats, 50 per cent. reduction on
America
t&a Now unless shall before the .
e4 i"I. U>uise you appear then I'm ,
fa in *
Kel1ca *
M. 1g fctc her American prepsr- tively little. Hon. H. F. Atkinson, Justice of the former prices. J "
tour.
. Peace in and for said at his office
? county elected. :, .
' I'kf Ondln will mate a tour of all the large Ten millions sterling -wi'l 1", tiara by at Titnsvilleon the 3d day of January A. .. : i, : ? ,.
net '
? summer with Jmre Eoralfy. Japanese govcni .'t .:i ii.i next; ten D. 1889, at ten oclock in the forenoon or Yosrs truly,' :'

atttiIl give European concerti In Janr"7 -' years in the porcha-i- r.r:,..,* 1;.!lcln.cW judgment will be rendered against you Yours, anxious to please,

t: and February and then start again for and thirty lorpecw.u*.... *_ ,- a and your property sold to par the debt. : i T { .., ," e'., i ,I '

t Are.Kackaye. .. ... Dated this 1st day of'November A. D. '
8tee1e : > tt i8'raid, will Uherita Treach: 'physiricn' repi cU an attack 1888. P. J. HALL, Plaintiff' GEO. : B. ,RTTMPH.. S'R ;

'., =. quarter, of a trillion out ,of Ws -. : i:13 bol'c.Jfl. ."', ,'i, .I D. r.. GAULDEN, Plaintiff Attorney.. 25 t ,' rr .

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THE FLORIDA STAR. Music Ha til Charms, Etc. quire a fresh voice, but confer on that t NEW YORK TOPICS. bleper ot clerical nlfica.tfon honor of the imity. 'I1:e-=oij

To the Editor of the Star: youth such a benefit as I cannot esti heavy politeness the head very of

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. mate. I have instanced the boys' solo, years elf a fashionable for lnany
SIR-I have read a communication to femi n.uy
for
and I say, without hesitation, that these Mrs. AmelIa Rives Chanler Busy on young ladies it is not to be sa
ELLIS B. WAGER Editor and Publisher your valuable paper entitled as above, I that political would:
boys, if properly trained, do feel what Her New Book. courtly dtportmeSt.
which is signed by "W. II. C. whatever eft'may
S1.5O per Annum. I they sing, and are not mere machines. I lave had upon hw spirit *
It seems to me that "W. II. C. toes I
read in northern strangely marriage bring*' oJ
some days since, a paper ntri3te4
Entered at the Post Office at Titiisville as rather wide of the mark at whichhe -I POOR OLD DR. BURCHARD ON alive; 0' the .o-sule together
in an article speaking of churchmusic I ,. b,)YOU
Second-Class Matter. aimed, and that mark I take to be BROADWAY.A r 'r )1ou."i" La 1hom" You
etc., that no bad man could be a circus warmeraunun 1I1&J'
lie advancement music in whoa
of our vicinity ,
THE STAR is the OFFICIAL an organist. In life I have played t. :- ball*ando
newspaper : my Jingo hfa i
Letter from the President-Johnny
H" II. C. kindly takes us back to the u an vonUhingv: athletic
for Brevard county. magnificent and I wish nun.
14th century, and then explicitly tells ; many organs, IngalN in Town-Strange :Facts About :u-: in" undlSn' fiedly cn hU Uck.

The Star has the Largest circulation I every one could feel as I do when so em- Break vxthlu-fe t n the air, he usj t t tdl'
us this, that, and the other about what the Vote for PrgsidentUad oo '
of any paper on the East coast of Fla. ployed! -a feeling taking one away from p' :, with logs, globes anti the
happened in those times; but I, with ail John M. Ward,the Shortstop, TransferredSnatched tie'f late bucouiins :t jointed
other thought and consideration, I
every
WHILE the present railroad due deference to "W. II. C., think from the thought of the it Just in Time. with old age, La Thome ha not teen in

schedule is in operation the STAR a more complete exposition of the real even the instrument itself, but presenceof a feeling NEW YORK, Nov. 24.-[Special.]-A manager public sight in, but mu&Lhalls he ha work as. a .

position of'our town in regard to music t-'
will go to press early Friday morn- : taking one into a world indicated by the personal letter from President Clevelandhas day this week his tut)'?,?
would be for criticism
appropriate
more
ing, but the date of publicationwill theme of the particular piece played or been received by a prominent gen- home birthday in this was Professional celebrate 1 at his
than that which Kin Henry and his I city. and fas.

remain the same on the paper, satellites allowed to take place or or- sung-be it gloria or miserere. I ask tleman of this city, in which he says he ily friends gathered to be Friable with

as the change will probably be on- dered.If anyone, who can play music, to take as will remain at Oak View until the meet- him other, and than one the of Rev.the Dr.pilots Burchard wa noae

his her Handel's "I know with
ly for a short duration.O'CoNNER we take one single hair from the or example, ing of congress, in order to devote his all hU imposing stateline The fact fa

that my Redeemer liveth, and tell me that B-.irchard and La Thorne are Urotk. .
head of anyone of our very many entire time, without interruption, to the in-laws.
ers
Canadian whether or not such a composition can
oarsman, Beautiful ladies, what do we find ? That I' preparation of his annual message to "'''.hat do you say? asked La Tboroe
be unless the mind and
beat Teenier in a three-mile race on we can break that hair very, very played properly congress. He will deny himself to all of an acquainsance who expressed IV.

the Potomac, at Washington, last readily; but, on the other hand, if we soul of the organist, or singer, or song- callers except officials who call on public prheat this relationship. 'Do you see
stress is in the entendre of the piece. anything inconsistent in Brother Bar-
Saturday for $2,500 a side and the take a dozen hairs from that same lady's : business, and his afternoon receptions to chard and I being brothers-in-law We
in the above is
mentioning
My meaning
American championship. O'Con- head (always supposing that such lady the public will be suspended until after are both'" professional gt ntlflnE.n. 1-
to convey to your readers' minds the the of He declares he know.
nor is -native of Toronto ; is 25 will be kind enough to sit still while we meeting congress. CDion
necessity of thoroughness; and willingness will not visit the White House again this
Boucicanlta
years of age, and has been a profes- perform the operation of extraction of not to sing along, but do as the month unless it is found necessary to M. Palmer's School manager of of has Mr. JL.
these dozen hairs) and collect them, we Acting beex
sional only since 1885. psalmist says and as we are directed, meet the members of the cabinet there. laid up for a fortnight: with a cold that
find that we cannot break them. Do
"praise the Lord." We cannot do this The president adds that )Ir*. Cleveland was so severe as to incapacitate him for
Tins Florida shows you grasp my meaning: ? Videsop'sFables. work. A report got abroad yestmfar
( I by mere vocal articulations, and is "greatly opposed to our not re-
every .
that he
ill
was dangerously It MM
In there is strength. was
unity
that the white Republican will not member of a choir, who does not enter turning to the White House at once. butI at Palmer s theatre last night. howeveron

vote for a negro for office. The Now back to music-and I start witha into the service of the Lord as directed feel as: if I were more capable of hard Mr. Palmer authority, that )Ir.

very broad proposition, a proposition, labor in our present retreat." Boucicault was much better. HH wife
only on the Republican tick- hJ' the psalmist, is unworthy, and shouldbe
negro perhaps, which will be ridiculed. My said she believed he would be able k
*
et was Chandler, who run for Sec- proposition is, that a person, whether expelled. Let us try. Senator John J. Ingalls arrived tonight or resume two. his duties at the school in a day

retary of State against Hon. J. L. So much for church music. en a visit to some of his republican -
male female into the *
must
enter
or
Triends. that his .
Secular music is not much in line It is not unlikely
is much smaller my Editor David )1. Stones
Crawford. His vote diamond
study of music with all humility ; that coming will create more or less of a stir,
(vulgarly speaking), but it appears to me were among the glorie of the chamber
the white as he is undoubtedly one of the most
of
than that Republican he or she must by
progress step step, of commerce: dinner at telmonico'sToMday
that if a society were formed for the taking and popular of the members of i -
while Crawford's is and the be obtained is : Mr. Stone three
candidates, one object to tobe the His evening. wears OB
purpose of practising and performing i republican party. principal 'his
I shirt front for dress.
much larger on the Democratic the "highest niche,"not by stratagem, charm lies as much in his talk as any- evening aM
part songs, duetts, etc., say once a week thing. The same habit of forcible and j they are head-li hts. They are each half]
ticket. artifice, fraud or carelessness ; but by I as big as an apricot and give the sUm-
at a giyen place or at the respective felicitous expression which characterizes I
dint of energy and singleness of'purpose haired editor a flashy appearance that
his in senate
the
speeches are employed
houses of the members im- I
great does not his and
"BRONZE JOIWS"' FAREWELL. I! give my name with this not necessarily in everyday life, and, accordingly, he is belong to quiet modest
petus and good music will be the out- self. They recall the diamond that
listened to with Mr.
for publication, etc., but I really great eagerness. flashed in the
bosoms of renowned
TilE frost of Monday morning, come. But as in all musical combinations Ingalls s jubilation over the election finds politicians
hope that these letters will bring forth in Big SIx time.
vent in the of talk which
are pub-
which reached nearly every part of there must be a leader and a dogmatic scraps #
some scheme of organization: of our lished about him throughout the west Morton
the State, from the State line on church choirs.I one at that. Let us try. and his criticisms of the president are Mrs. Levi P. u expected to lift
the
standard of social
Salve, "1V. II. C.," and thanksfur impressive, because of his linguistic and entertainments it
north Fort the Gulf many
the to Ogden on
She
have been specially fortunate in my rhetorical exuberance. Washington to a very high point.

side and Mebourne on the Atlantic experience of choirs having as bringing up this, to me, most important ** is an experienced and noted social leader.
sung:
and in her life indicate
and enjoyable subject. everything past
side, will cause yellow fever to step treble with the Queen's (Victoria of I hear :Mrs. Amelie Rives-Chanler is that she will take the lead in the social
LAUS. hard at work on her new book to be
down and out as an epidemic in ; England) choristers, not as one of them, called "A Simple Vision." The news- race in Washington. Vice-Pre? !-
elect Morton's in the
Florida. but as one of a choir of St. Mark's College Alcohol Did :Not Kill Him.STEUBENVILLE paper cuttingly hint that the forthcoming city are really possessions enormous. One of capital the
volume will rival Zola's "LaReve"
from the interior citiesare Chelsea London, England, and Ohio Nov. most pretentious and noble buildings ia
Reports 19.Uponthe in its purity,and are daily making I
the whole is the Morton
my experience teaches me that the great remains of ojious comparisons and city apartment:
George Amick, who died speculations I
as follows : house, and he owns scores of houses be
essential quantity wanting in the composition the upon its sale. After all, that is the prin-
Lake of frost recently at county poor farm from a sides. He could spend a valuable bane
.
-"plenty no
City ciple thing.Some
and deportment of most choirs is supposed kick in the side given by one or two in an entertainment during the

ice here." that of humility-a willingness to be Joseph Brinckman, a saloon keeper and I singular facts were brought out season, if it pleased Mrs. Morton to b

Live Oak-"Heavy frost, and ice lead, etc. A house divided against it- for which Brinckman was arrested andis I by a politician of this city yesterday in so, without four feeling hence.cramped by the result
now in jau on a cnarge of manslaughter years
comparing the relative number of ballots
here. A good sized pond near the self falls. *
a post mortem examination was
I polled in different parts of the countryat
depot had one-eighth of an inch of The two most difficult parts in a held by Drs. J. J. McCoy and White, the November elections. Thus, in It is too heal about poor George Knight
which the of "Over the GardenfaIr'
will actor
give some startling facts to
ice all over." church choir to supply are trebles and the medical profession. I South Carolina: jnst about one-third of fame. He is suffering with parmis. ap
the voters went to the polls this ,
Tallahassee"Hea vy frost here alti ; and I suppose that some people Amick was a notorious drunkard, and and the total vote of the state, as offici-year parently from the same causes which resulted

will laugh at when I that has been for years drinking beer slop in the death of John McCuDccgh
me say no ally reported, was only 78,566. This is
last night. and kind of alcoholic and and which bare
any stimulant that Bartley Campbell,
folly 12,000 lees than the vote there four
Gainesville-"Had good frost lady can sing treble, soprano if you he could get, and he was subject to all at the previous prostrated Tony Hart. It ia said he caa

wish ; but soprano is just as much different kinds of exposure. But Dr. :McCoy says I oieo years ion ago, and less than one-half presidential of the not live long. Knight's real name is

here this morning and ice formed to treble as chalk is from cheese. that a thorough examination of his vote polled ia 1P80. The population of George Sloan. He started on the stagsas

j around water tanks." stomach shows a perfectly healthy or- the state ia two-thirds that of a variety actor. About tm1e&r1l9
large
as as
What is treble? you ask. Well, now, gan, and not a single trace of the awful the city of Hew York, and this city he married Miss Sophie Worrell, of .the

Ocala-"The mercury fell to 37 what is it? I ask myself, and really am results from the use of alcohol. The polled 474,74o ballots, or three yet and half famous Worrell sisters. The znarnaz

last night. Had very heavy frost at a loss to describe it. liver and kidneys were also in a healthy times mere than South Carolina. The estranged MJM Worrell from herra&r
\ condition. The cause of his death was Lives for the time being but flnalrr, poa
and some ice." But this much is certain, that trebleis inflammation of the bowels from injury politician: with woat other on making parts of similar the comparisons the birth of her first child, Ler rtlattret

found only in boys of ages between in the side.Digging. country, became reconciled and have ever ainci
Palatka-"We had a very heavy and with the elections of other years,
eight and twelve. It is a voice of such and those of my readers who choose to been good friends.Mrs. .
frost this morning. The thermometer for Burled Dollar follow his Knight thinks the cause of herhuibaad'
example are sure to be instructed
such and
purity equality
sweetness faunre
,
the
showed 42. We congratulate AUGUSTA, Me., Nov. 23.-Edwin Dud- and surprised by the facts they breaking down was "
that we no longer wonder when we read will discover. of his plar, "Baron Rudolph. upoa
ley, an aged citizen of Mount
Vernon
which he baaed of future great
hopes
you. ,
of "angel voices. But these little fel
died last week. He had lived in a shantyand Qem* ness. He thought so much of this pta*
Enterprise-"No new cases no The break of Sherman at the
; lows-do for but the
sing nothing
they
been in such straitened circum chamber of dinner and kid part in it that he had a fli.W
where
commerce he
deaths. Heavy frost, and one- occupation of singing ? Far from it. I stances, apparently;, that his sons had proclaimed that he was glad President picture painted representing himself ia

fourth of an inch of ice in exposed have seen a most beautiful boy (standing frequently aided him. Just before his Cleveland had been defeated, because he one of IM scenes. chit

death he called one of the sons to his appointed "a rebel," Judge Lamar, to a This play did not take and from
All sick right next to in choir stalls be- Abort
places last night. the are me ) just bedside and told him that many years cabinet place, was the talk yesterday of Mr. Kaight seemed to get worse.
fore commencing one of the soils of'an he had two months ago it was noticed that his
much better. ago placed ii,100 in gold, which down-towa merchants aad bankers,, and afterward

Jacksonville had new oratorio, turn round and make a laugh- hie father had made selling rumin a box many of whom are members of the mind was gradually giving way. **
Ant
one case while he in Los *
l and buried it in the earth beneath the Union League dab. The ante-election was +
Sunday and two new cases Monday, ing remark, sotto wee, to his fellow choir tie-up of the barn. Subsequently the Speech of Gen. Sherman 04 the club was word was telegraphed to his wife that

boy on his left, but directly the organ barn was torn down and the ground recalled. Bettaa declared that every she must come on immediately,started a+WJ

only one death for the two days. commenced the introduction he was all ploughed. The eons, since the old gen- soldier ia the gamy should at all times husband was extremely UL to tfl*

Fernandina has no new cases and tleman died, have been digging to find !& ow the greatest respect and regard for west immediately, and returned
attention, and after the first few bars of the buried but ilia home in Orange with him about ten day
treasure, so far unsuccess- commander-ia-chief.: the President!
and only two under treatment., his solo, his face brightened, his voice fully. 'of the United States, and somehow Gen. ago. Ever since then the actor said baa beengrouting ht

Gainesville reports three new cases grew clearer, and if ever one sung from Shermaa's utterances at the chamber ofcommerce rapidly worse. It b bock
Fatality of Three Engineers and Brothers. banquet didn't seem to tally he, may die any day.or even any
and one death, this case being in a his heart that boy did that day. He with his
grandiloquent remarks at the *
dying condition when discovered. seemed to be appealing to his Redeemerand EASTON, Pa., Nov. 22.-Three yean Union League. But there was much Richard Malcolm John ton, the famous

ago, David, Philip and Isaac Street southern story writer. Is in town.
Creator ohaiity for the old war horse on the
unconsciousof
There ice at Gainesville which directly, wholly HOtisa
was brothers, were passenger engineers on ground that his public breaks were and is registered at the Everett ,

will probably prevent any further the presence of any one person, and the Lehigh and Susquehanna railroad. 'stated to be more numerous with every C.ADz-G., tt- f

send his beautiful his God month
to he lives.
to
cases. The few patients at Enter- prayer Philip was killed by the wrecking of his s
just as our dear Savior did when he said JOHN M.WARD SOLD-
in colllision.
prise are doing nicely, and it is ex- engine a Isaac, a short Speakiag of army officers criticising
"Forgive them, Lord ; they know not : time afterward, became insane on his publicly their Commander-in-chief T.esf'

pected that they are all discharged what they do." I engine and died in the Danville lunatic pweident, recalls the experience ,of the a New York's Brainy Shortstop ,

by today.It I am afraid I am too lengthy, but 1 I asylum.Street About attacked the same time David Hew York newspaper man when sent to for *1 ,000. t
was one night on the 5M.-SpeciaLI-Th
Gen. Phil Sheridan NEW YORK
before his last i
is perfectly safe for people to want to bring the good cause of church Easton bridge by a number of roUghs, illness with the desire just for an interview World announces this morning that

travel in any portion of Floridanow music to the front. and he shot one of them dead. He was as to how he viewed President Cle"eland'a John M. Ward former shortstop of &.be
,
tried for murder, and acquitted. He left administration.

and the railroads will resume Let us (I am of the Episcopal Church) his engine on Thursday at Ashley and at tie Fifth Avenue Gen.hotel Sheridanwas at the New Yorks, ha been sold w the V'as* I

their customary winter schedules have a director of the'choir; let that was soon afterward found dead in his time, and wore a plug hat and pepper- ington club for 12000. t

in a few days. Disinfection at director have full control of the musicof bed. and-salt sack suit. He didn't look much The agreement calla upon the W asia- !
like
the he ybts
fighter When
Snatched the Fatal Draught in Time. was. the news- club to theWard's money
the church without let hindrance ington par
Jacksonville commences next Monday or p&pel'man stated bis errand the general the W'I I
and will '(of course I take it for granted that LOUISVILLE, Nov. 24.-Mrs. Annie Davis spoke in dignified but kindly tones, and signature is affixed to
last
probably twenty; such director will be fully cognizant of a young and neatly dressed woman, said: "Don't you know that I cannot ington contract.

days. The people of the State and approached :Mayor Jacob thu morningand talk on that subject Ill oblige you as Ward will have full charge of the
the canonical numbers of the church
all who are interested in her welfare ]- asked him for a ticket to Princeton far as I can on any other subject, but I Washington team.
and its seasons, and will direct appropriate must be excused in this matter."
should Ky. He told her to go to the depot and .
congratulate themselvesthat music) and above.all in this
relation
find out the cost of it. When she The people become
re- are very much inter Vs.. haJ
.
frost and icd visited the Stateso let strict discipline prevail ; no turned the mayor had gone to dinner, ested in the Washington centennial next I The exposition at Richmon tI'-

early this season. It is about nonsense, no half measures. Let the and ehe seemed very despondent. After I Ap! It is one of the few celebrations been brought to a successful

choir-master be the Roman Centurionwho remaining: for moment in which seem to catch the busy citizens of Rev. Mauri'e A. Wa Sh. .w.1l.
three weeks in advance of the average as a an office New York Very i'
family soul
body, and boots Phila3elyhia.
chair.he produced a deadly and vicar general of
said, "Do this, and it was done.I potion and people who to
dates according to the Signal tried to swallow it. Mr. Will Crader go Europe this winter of '" tUi.
do so with the full The canals of the "tate. twill
come now to pet object. Thereare snatched the vial from her. A collec- understanding that .
Service charts, which gives the frost my they ue going to lose a very large and be clo al at30th. mdnJgh1.

line for Jacksonville about December many young boys around and in this tic was taken up, a ticket was bought, pretentious sort of show .
-
and ah*, with an infant, was sent home. c1. bid
the 1st; for Cedar Keys, the town who could be trained to sing, andI Un. Davis Bars that ,two yean ago "' the fiev. Elijah Halford. of IndiaDAl aecre

date is generally the 15th of De- am in hopes that this, my suggestion, she married Ed Davis; of Princeton, and aid an olaat roadway Dr. Burchard been tendered the private
last week she got a I.tter from him tell on "Not- by Gen. Harrison
will be taken all
cember. communicationwill Try likely boys all abase
Regular up. ker I "* '" ""'"s IBM baa been a
ing to come to Louisville. When
,be established at once ,between and, finding i a likely one, cultivate his she reached here this morning he had heaped upon him tor his 4rnm, Roman. Cardinal Gibbons; ._ .r dJ D. to
fern and
rebellion' defeat cular to
Jacksonville and points'north* voice and by these fled to parts unknown. of Elaine four .
not
means only ac- aMI.I 4iD 1DJb t aDd reaverita- gift thaDb for their prospA




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GEN ERAL REVIEW The Formation of a"Cabinet.TirNQTO.v NEWS IN BRIEF Dispatches from points in northern Illinois NOTICE.
A Indiana and eastern Iowa, reportsthe
I W Nov. at.-[Special]- first heavy fall of snow of the season To correct a wide spread misapprehension -

Desperado Killed.VUOTA pro nent Ohio man remarked thisL The majority in Virgin iafof Clevelandand Monday evening. it i is necessary to state that X. C.

A Notorious ni4'"e reform is 1586. West Virginia is A Brooklyn man has sued Col. Sinn Bryan has never been a partner agent, or

:J I. T., Nov. 20.-The notorious read the papers until I don'tknow not made sure yetTitled of the Park Theater, for $5,000 damagesfor representative of mine. Those who de-
.' from Texas was killed near I sire information relative to art. inn wells
Queen, being required to take his hat oT
; fop any more about the general out
. in the Cherokee nation, Saturday : look Demosthenes' will net be given during a performance or leave. He etc., may derive the advantage: of exten-
' to the
jaramore as cabinet than when I much latitude this winter
commenced as parliament ded direct
the district sheriff Ed.t t i chose to leave and bring suit.A experience by addressing
night, by there are so many conflicting has agreed upon a short session. boiler exploded near Butte. Mont., J. A. Durs, Pioneer well sanker. Box

Sanders, and posse, and his body was I opinions. In spite of all that has been I Pope Leo declared to a London Daily ;i Tuesday, killing 5 persons and Injuring I 211, Titusville, Fla.

brought to this city to-day. A week o: I said, however, I am willing to venture I News correspondent Thursday, that he j 6 other .

" more ago it lecame known that Queen i iand the prediction that Blaine can go into j will be able to get along just as well If reports are true, Col. Lamont is to T.OTICE. .

some of his outlaw followers were Harrison's with Bennie as with Grover. ; be II,ale advocate general b succeed .
cabinet if he wants to. The 11 I am prepared with full set of tools
in the vicinity, and they were finally located II fact of the matter is that the attitude of I Queen Natalie of Servia has started : Gen. Swain.Poods for sinking artesian wells. With my

in a cabin about a mile from the the two Maine senators is such that Harrison for Russia. which have been exposed to small set, have sunk four well 155 to

Dog Creek courthouse. I will almost: be compelled to Jer I I The report that an attempt had been :' yellow fever are to be burned in the infected I 200 feet deep, obtaining flows of from

Saturday night the sheriff made up a Blaine a cabinet place, whether it is the made upon. the life of Prince Ferdinand ; cities. I 80,000, to 80,000 gallons per day, from

and, going to the place, they secreted presi eht.elect'8 I I is baseless. To': ert Garrett will soon Le moYto i two inch pipes. Have also a large et,
party pleasure or not.
,
They
; themselves: about the premises. The German government has ordered Clifton one of his suburban residences : for sinking six to ten inch pipes if wan
tried at first to coax Frye into stepping;: I I another cruiser to proceed to Zanzibar. near Baltimore. 'i ted. Having ventured in the business,

. One cf the number went into the house I aside in order to allow Blaine to returnto I I purchased tool, and successfully obtained
i:
asked to warm his feet. He stated Thirty miners were killed yesterday ;' Barry-Fowderly engagements in the
and the Senate but did full flowing wells I ask the
patronageand
Frye not accom- of fire Dour labor ranks still goes on. Charges and i
,
by an explosion damp at
coming out that two men were lying influence of citizens and friends who
on I molate them worth a cent. othey Delghm. counter-charges are being made.

in bed, but covered their heads with a are after Hale, but the latter is checkmating I appreciate my efforts and who want
I In the French chamber of deputies Pre-ident-elect Harrison was! waited well Respectfully,

. blanketAs I them by insisting boldly in an M. Pasly will move that the duties en upon b.; about 200 women in Indianapolis ALBERT S. 3IAGRCDEIti ,
soon as he left the interview that as nine-tenths of the rank : cereals and flour be suspended. | yesterday. The ladies were membersof I Rock Ledge.
I the women's relief G. A. R. of i i
the two women who were corps ,
hose and file of the .
republican party want The condition of Duke Maximilian, of Cincinnati. -- -
there went to the stable and saddled Blaine in the cabinet, he feels sanguine: : Bavaria, has not improved. The members Renews Her Youth.
and led them Three of the will arrive Cunanl steamer Etruria, which arrived -
horses family as scon as
three up. that such honor will
b3
aa tendered to KKsible. at New York Sunday reports the Mrs. Phoebe Chesley, Peterson, Clay
men then came out and mounted, and tli' man from Maine. Hale wants to worst passage in her history. Many I Co., Iowa, tells the following remarkable

as they were riding away were called hold on to his own teat in the senate, The Faris municipal council has decided -: sailors! injured by the terrific storms. story, the truth of which is vouched for
upon to halt. The answer was a piatol and it to take part in the demonstiation i the residents of the town "I 73
prefers to a cabinet position. He by : am
which returned bra at the tomb of the revolutionist Baudin :, petition is being circulated
was volley
abot
is right. I myself am as certain that oat Ohio for the tll1'OUgil-I' years old, have been troubled with kidney -
asking
the officers. Queen went down, on December 2d.
from Blaine will go into the cabinet if he wants complaint/and lameness for many
wounded and of his : county I
mortally one companions to as that John Sherman will not go The pope has appointed Mr. Mgr. Per- years: could not dress myself without
was unhorsed. An instant later in if he wants to. The moment the ico vicar of the Basilica of St. Peter'sin :' Capt. John Spence died in Accomac help. Now I am free from all pain and

the other horse was killed. The two II big fellows get an idea that John I return for his services in Ireland. county, irginia, Monday. He was born I soreness and am able to do all own
latter, one of whom was John Barber, Sherman would really like to become The appointment will probably lead to : in 177 u, and \oted for Thomas JetlerKm. my
housework. I thanks to Electric
owe ,
made their in different directions I: my
escape
on foot and hatless. Barber, it is believed I secretary of state, that very moment higher preferment.A I In the vicinity of Staunton, Va., snow Bitters for having renewed my youth,
will to work to
they set his obtaining
prevent fell i to the of
Monday night depth two
was wounded. The women were dispatch from Lisbon says that the !
Queen's wife and Barbers sister. Queen the coveted prize. Sherman has Tagus, Douro and Lizo rivers have overflowed inches, followed by sleet and a drenching |.
had certain kind cf
a political in
success::
spent the intervening time between the I Ohiobccauso he happened to got :started: their banks, flooding the sur- |I rain.Thomas. I i stores in Titusville and on Indian River

shooting and his death in praying, curs- in the right groove more tJian a quarterof rounding country and doing extensive 1 J. Gjcodin, embezzling treas1 : -
and talking to the women. A horsewas damage.The 1 of Rawlins Kansas has f
ing I a century ago, but outside of tHe state county, Oiy the night Medicine.
missing this morning from W. P. he is rpya ly detested by the republican strike of switchmen at West Albany I, bean arrested at Portland, Ore. He was
McClelland's, three miles distant, and politicians,and they have nipped all of Las been amicably settled. short $16,000. The day of tea, decoction, infusion and
one was left there which had been stolen his ambitions whenever he tried wina I such<< sloops; has passed and is being replaced -
to
near the scene of the fight. It has always presidential nomination. The mistake The official bulletin states that the king The Terminal claim that their system !i by fluid extracts, The latest United
Holland has almost recovered.A was gotton up for what money there
been that both anJ States Di in this
thought Queen Sherman has always made has been that >>i>enNatory says connection -
I i 1 was in it. and not to discriminate againstno
Barber were Missouri the attempted he did not stand loyally by his political house collapsed yesterday in Litch- city in particular. :
robbery of the Pa tine train 1 friends. He is too selfish, and n') matter field street London, causing the death of "Moth decoction and infusion have now

near Gibson station last June. Rewardsare how able and prominent in the senate::: he six jersons and the injury of twenty. James Gillerain, aged 45, committed become almost obsolete,and deservedly so."
also said to be standing in Texas for has been, his; methods have repelled the 'I suicide by drowning at Blackstone, In view of the above advanced ide and

Queen's capture, dead or alive. Gov. men who swing the state dele: ato:1s.:: Its The Albany academy building was Mass.. while temporarily deranged by stubborn facts we beg to call attention to
Ross, of that state, has been telegraphed awfull v galling to John Sherman damaged to the extent of $3,000 Friday pain in a wounded leg. the Prickly Ash, Poke Root and Potassium
and the body will be held until he is night. Valuable records and other property I
know thai manlike Harrison compound which has gained such a no-
a lightweight Immense rocks: threaten to crush out .
heard from, although the identificationseems is be the the were destroyed. toriety and is undoubtedly the
goat?; to president of I the existence of the town of Lea1' pI ,
complete. The Cisco and other United Mates: after March 4th." Heavy gales prevail on the British worth, Ind. High cliffs overhang the GREATEST LOon rURIFIEnof

bank robberies ara laid at Queen's door If Iowa is to have a plaice in the cabi- coasts. Several vessels have been wrecked I: city, and particles of these are turning the age. Has cured more rheumatism,

and his sudden demise will probably not net the L-' 3t question is, who is to get ,_but Jives are reported lost. I loose. syphilis, Scrofula, Old Sores, Skin diseases,

be seriously regretted. Not one or theIberifl'lJ the: honor'i It is said by friends o: Mr. The American steamer Republic I Blood Taints, etc., in the last six months,
party was wounded. Harkbon! the editor of the Des Moines has been confiscated Haytien at Port-au, T. H. Thomas and E. I. Cohen were than all the other Blood remedies on the

Register, that he is not anxious to be Prince for blockade violation. brutally beaten, at Covington, Wednesday market. It is no humbug, no secret. bull a
JESSE POMEROY'S IDEA. numbered among Harrison's official advisers I night, by a man by ths name of preparation composed of fluid extracts of

and some of Senator Allison's admirers Ccngressaiaa; Sam Randall has to far I Echch. Thomas was killed and Cohen Prickly Ash, Poke Hoot, Queen's Delight
The Boston Murderer Talks on the White- think that he will hardly consentto recovered his health that he hopes to be will not recover.Notwithstanding. and Sarsaparilla, with the Iodide of Potassium -

chapel Murder lea the senate to even take the treasury able to resume his seat next month. I } the pleasing fact of added. Physicians indorse it as a

BOSTON, Mass., Nov. 17.-Jesse Pome- jortfolio. He u a leading William R. Shipe, aged 23, traveling: his patient being enabled to engage in splendid combination. It is a powerful

roy,the famous child murderer and mu man in the senate, for a Baltimore shoe house, committed I conversation Dr. Baldwin bas no hopesof tonic and builds up the system rapidly. If

tflator and legislative duties are more suicide by shooting himself in the head. Mrs. Jay Gould's ultimate recovery, you are weak and feeble try one bottle.
his
has given opinion concerningthe congenial to him than executive. Still, though he is of the opinion that in the Take P. P. P. and gain flesh and strength

Whitechapel horrors. Pomeroy's if the pressure is strong for him to take After seventy-three weeks of impris- absence of another paralytic attack, she rapidly. It is the best remedy for malarial

crimes are too well known to need rehearsing the new place, he may yield, and that onment Edward McDonald, Chicago'sboodle may survive two weeks longer. poisons, and will cure chills in every in-
alderman has been
would mean that the chances of other released on
but their to the stance. As tonic and regulator for females -
similarity men in the northwest would beau $10,000 bail. A Cuban named Isidor Cejas committed a
London butcheries should make him a tifully less. grow suicide in his cell at Nassau, N. P., who are in low state of health it has

competent judge. In his solitary con- There is a story that Senator Sherman At Carrollton, Ala., the county safe by hanging himself with a strip of'can- no equal. Try one bottle. and be convinced
blown and
S0 in
$ and -
was
finement reads his in open money He arrested
tastes running would not care to go into a cabinet that vas. was on a chargaof
the weird sensational vein. He has just includes Gen. of several hundred dollars in securities murder committed in Havana, in February A Home Indorsement.Mr. .
Alger, Michigan, as one
taken. No clue to the
finished reading Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Of its members. It will be remembered burglars. 1885, and was being held for ex- N. II. Frohlichstein, of Mobile,
Hyde, which fascinated him. He first Eight hundred bales of cotton about to tradition. '
that the in
charge was freely made at; the Ala., writes: "I take great pleasure
heard of the London assassinations from be shipped to Hamburg took lire in New
time of the national republican conven- About 1.700 bales of cotton aboard the recommending Dr. King's New Discovery
York and towed while
of he found and has since were blazing
,
aacrap been intensely paper interested in the case, tion in Chicago that Alger's money high, into the East river. About $5,00' steamer Elphinstone, loading for, Bremen for Consumption, having used it fora
weaned from Sherman's supportfor damaged at Charleston S. C. and catarrh.It .
with of in- away worth was c uUD ed. were severe attack of bronchitis
reading avidity every scrap the presidency many of the negro while a fire in the vessel's hold was being me instant relief and entirely
formation he could find. Noticing his from the south. A riot is feared in Beaufort gave
delegates Kiddleberger race S. extinguished. The cargo was Insured afflicted
cured and I have not been
preference, his keeper got him to talk of Virginia corralled these darkies here C., on account of the defeat of Robert in the Atlantic Mutual of me
partly
the matter. He in feverish since. I also beg to state that I havetried
open spoke when they were on their way to Chicago. Smalls for sheriff. The negroes of the New York and partly abroad. result.
haste: Riddkberger detests Sherman's general section out-Kumber the whites ten to other remedies with no good

"Were I a believer in the supernaturalI principles, and when he discovered that one, and the adjutant-general has or- Ihe bursting of the blowing trough at Have also used Electric Bitters and Dr.King's .

. should eay that the Whitechapel fiend Mahooa was for Sherman, he set to workto dered out the militia in case of serious Whitney's glass works in South Cam- New Life Pills, both of which I
was a foul spirit from the deepest black- "do up" the man from Ohio. With trouble. den, N. J., released forty tone of molten can recommend."

flees of hades, who, having escaped from Alger's boodle he succeeded. Had Sher- glass! which ran in a fiery stream, setting Dr. King's New Discovery for Con-
lace of confinement walked the Thotaae Barry, the expelled memberof the works on firea&acauflingeon-
not lost of the sold
colds is
man so and apositive
earn many delegates sumption, coughs on
the executive board
general Knightsof sternatkm the Their
unknown and undetected. l am pledged to him at tho state conventions among vroriringuien. Trial bottles free at
sure the crimes are committed under the Le have the Labor charges Mr. Powderly with escape was almost miraculous guarantee.
influence might eventually captured manipulation of funds and other atroci- all drug stores in Titusville and on Indian -
of a homicidal mania, and that
nomination .
at Chicago.It Dr. Emma Brainered Ryder, of New
ties, aDd the matter workman Mr. River.
these rita are separated by lucid interval to look if there is says _
begins as now no York, has started on a tour around the '
beneath his notice.
*. I am a firm believer that good chase for southe in Barry Lively
Har
a :n republican
world. In San Vranoisoa he wjU be
times are expected during the remainderof TOWS ORD1XAXCC.An .
and e\il exist in every human being. rison's cabinet, unless Goff of West Vir- joined: by Pundita Ramabai, the famous
the ion at .
The evil, when it predominates, forces ginia is selected or unless Gen. Henderson eee Indianapolis.John Hindoo woman, with whom she will ordinance declaring intention of

the individual to the commission of of Missouri is appointed attorney- Bright cannot recover. visit Japan. China and India. Dr. Ryder extending the territorial limits of the

wrong acts more or less heinous in their general. Governor: Hill has returned to Albany also will visit Constantinople, the Holj: town of Titusville.Be .

., character. Vilenoss and grossness ofone's from Ills Virginia trip. Land, Egypt, Greece and Spain. She it ordained by the council of tho
nature exhibited under these circumstances A Rifle Used by Murderers. .
Rear Admiral Baldwin's funeral took will be gone a year. town of Titusville. that the said council

j wickedness may be the inherited.result of This accumulated in-- WILKESBARRE, Pa., Nov. 23.-A clue place at noon from his late residence in Sir Thomas H. Grattan Esmonde, in a hereby declare their intention of annexing -

to the murderers of Paymaster McClure New York. the following tract of land as a por-
heritancy may, like any disease, lie dormant letter from his home a't BaUmastrafff, tion of the town of Titusville and including
in the system from one generation and his bodyguard, Hugh Flanigan, has The Cornwall (Ont.)canal is once more Gorey, Ireland, to ex-Congresamwa Wen the same within the ,limits anti-

',.. to another. When, however, it treats been discovered at last. This afternoon open, and the town has gone off on an E. Robinson, of Brooklyn, dated 9tb is&i' jurisdiction of said town to-wit: All
forth in its : "Next month probably I shall
might after a period of tong extensive says
Roache found spree.Massachusetts' of fractional section and the
Joseph a woodchopper, : a thirtyfour,
suppression, the deeds committed are start on a tour to thQ Cape. Australia
. more horrible than those of ordinary Winchester repeating: rifle in the forest female fiend, Sarah J. and New Zealand, and rf pa*ible I snU, soutn-east quarter of Section thirty-
occurrence." three-quarters of a mile from the scene Robinson spent Sunday in her lonely make my: way home next May or June three all in Township twenty-one. fonth

t, That the villain will be caught Pome- of the crime. The local detectives now cell at the Lowell prison. through the United States." of Range thirty-five east. And that the

4 Toy believes will shortly occur. But he claim to have a clue that the rifle was Captain Crowall, of Dennis, :Mass.: is Morton contemplates visiting Harrisonat foregoing notice of intention to annex

!: says that the London police should not owned bv persons living near Miners' missing, and is supposed to be the vic- an date. said territory be published for thirty

;""' "? too severely critcised, because in no mills. The Pinkerton men, however, do tim of highway robbers. The captain's early days in the FLORIDA STAR a newspaper

city in the world do the opportunities not agree with them, but say that, judging residence is said to have hoo-dooed him. The Home Savings bank of Norfolk, published in said town of Tituaville.

6; oat for crime and non-detection as in from the spot where the firearmswere Va., has suspended.That Pass("1 by the Board of Aldermen, Nov.8th .
'r toe slums and found, the murderers fled throughthe George Washington is dead.I George ... D. 1883.
don. woods after committing the murder was an inmate of the Louisville alms Covtagton Tragedy. B. II. WILSON Chairman.
;> and made their to the nearest rail- house, and was shot in the stomach bya II. F. ATKINSON
exception to all others. The way ATLANTA Ga. Nov. 28. Mayor.
phlegmatic nurse. G. W.'s insanity was in a virulent -[Special.]-
station. Geo.
II. Altree Clerk.
Ina ties of the make them free way
English form. No new developments are recorded in
,. from such mania hence
the London authorities -
the mysterious in which
tragedy
two
: have had little or no experience A Great Electric Plant Destroyed. The stage, near San Luis Obispo, Cal.,
with such criminals. was stopped yesterday by a lone highwayman men were beaten, one fatally, whichwas Oak Lawn !
I FORT WAYNE, -nd., Nov. 24.-The extensive and he went through four passengers enacted at Covington Wednesday House ,

EeeleslMtlc Ducats. works of the Fort Wayne Jan- and cleaned up about fifty
; PAEKTRSBUBQ Electric Light company took fire lars. He took all the registered mail still alive but
,W. Va., Nov. 21.-Rev. ney very low.
I D. H. Lilly a well known Campbellite this morning and were totally destroyed man matter.that He robbed is thought two stages to last be the week.same It has lacer transpired that the two Lake Worth, Dade County, Fla.

Pleacl1er, looms This time it The old building containing the arc ma- I I men were not drummers, but professional
up again.
.
is 1ra. and engines, and three Both political parties still claim West gamblers. New House and Furnished.
Lilly,the second wife,who brings chinery a new Virginia.Two A coroner's jury has been impaneledand Newly
building containing stock, the incandescent Rooms in Suites.
' single
reverend an in begun the
gentleman up for a dose of juest over remains
the iron
inches of fell
departmentand tower snow in
Marylandand
-.I. 7 eat Virginia justice. She came here of Thomus, one of the two victims. Today
& of the company are a total loss. The West Virginia Monday.
: ply for divorce a telegram was received
a from her husband. stating that NEAR THE INLET.
the most of the
prominent
are
...: y's story 1. that she married the company manufacturers in America and The Beaver Falls, Pa., rolling mills the wires had been cut. and that

det.th&t.t five years aiO. She alleges embarked arc light in the business of manufacturing were burned Monday night. Cohen is still alive, but has not spokena
J her for her fortune. On word since he was found in such
v incandescent lights, installing Geo. F. Mathews, of Savannah, Ga., a
horribly battered condition. He is
aha morning after the wedding, Lilly, plants all over the United States, Canada suicided in Ithica, N. T., Monday. to&ine -
Aft4rIalr3.. asked her for some money. and Mexico. Loss on buildings, stock froai one vide to the other on the Best View of Lake and Ocean
William Durant of
Arkansas
was bed if still ,
. told that she had none, he groaning as suffering terri-
, "Yt Sfi ed h. if ke did not have $30,000; to and machinery amounts Three to hundred$&10,000; insurance brutally murdered near Tuehoma, L T. bly.
k 148000.
employee -
I.-" I?lL* she replied that she had no money are temporarily thrown out of Powderly hesitates to become the head And best Bunting and Fishing groundson
She Lion .
' : has Bcraefesnlt
: not Mr. since Dying.NEW ;
and wants seen Lilly work. The fire is supposed to have been of the Knights of Labor for another lake Worth.
mad of willful a docrte of divorce on the caused by spontaneous combustion. term. YORK, Kov. :23.-Geo. S. Knightis
abs
oo> and neglect. Maj. Hcary J. Farnsworth, assistant v 'ry sick with j rte*is, the affliction Fine Lawn shaded by monster Oaks

-.... Oontaieree it.WAaH which. caused the death of McCnJlough
Jokn Brlfkt Bring KM inKpector-gvndral, died at Fortress Mon- and Tropical Growth, both

'". 34o.1 Nov. SL8pec1aJ.J'ohni.4Iht Tom, D.C>Nov. 24*-Congressman r: e. Xoudav. .Hartley Cumpr*!!. De emnot live Wild and Cultivated.Try .

,PnM* of writes long
PBnnsjhna&ia
II :\.w..day's: bond otieringj a eltt
and ?gr<) rn .. '
growing weaker weaker. JouraaJ o/ thi .
that big heal.* f is so far improved that < : :." \"".; accepted, $lWA"to.r. and a a bad ihuu Bonciccait
'f4: night, and la barely con- h exptoto to be ia bit seat at the as- a-fc. *t l.toi.-4, and (..;:*,, .-o..rut" few foam ill tar. some
: Wa day and i* dyiaj.
moraltlg. The ward II fearecL _. K ALLEN 2. HBTSKB
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LIGHT AND AIRY. iKMENTIRC SQIKBS. dry and hot at times ; the blood G R.A.TEFIJ O IFOlI.TING. RD 1.1.C ;

becomes thick and stagnant; the EPPS'S COCOA. -
To My Lady. German coal 40e8.11Otf appear to be making:; Jj A. GINGRAS,
whites of the become tinged )I
Sweetheart, your tender eyes much headway in ItaIF.Steam eyes BREAKFAST."By .

Aretoeavea'to reattUea; is tried with the urine is
sanding apparatus befog yellow scanty
; a thorough knowledge of the natural law '
(Prize. .hies pies lies upon the Belgian Grand Central railway. and a'' which govern the operatious of digestion and nu. ATTTY-AT-IIAW AND SWART PUBLIC:
them Ue iLove high-colored depositing sediment -
What hope within ,
Doelter has prodacecLarCificial mica. This trition, and by a careful application of the fine properties
of well-selected Cocoa Mr Kpps has provided Rock it
grew la their love light will, perhaps bo bad news for North Caro after standing. There is our breakfast tables with a delicatelyfavoredbeverage Ledge Florida. '

As Bears' grow on the night of the food which may save us many heavy doctors' -----H- 1
(Slight. flgbt tight. ....bright lina.Krupp frequently a spitting up bill". It is by the judicious use of such articles of T} L. GAULDEN,
And all my life grew bright.To has acquired the right to make the sometimes with a sour taste and diet that a constitution may be gradually built up "
Maxim machine gun in Germany for twenty until strung enough to resist every tendency to p
you my spirit lean years. sometimes a sweetish taste ; this is disease Hundreds of Mibtle" maladies are floating ATTORNEY-AT-LAW tiTitusville
I know what worship means aronnd us, ready to attack wherever there i* a ,
(Queens green leans. ....scenes) In experimenting with seaweed for makinggun frequently attended with palpitation weak point. We may escape iiia.iy a fatal chnft by p
What cheers these earthly scenes cotton, a beautiful dye has been dis kt'-jiiv ourhes well fortified with pure blood Florida
covered.In of the heart ; the vision becomes and a properly nourished irame."-Cud Sari e --- .
When on my ear:first broker G-izttte. Made simply with boiling water or milk. (
our'voice an angel spoke France poppies are being sown upon impaired with spots before Sold only in lialf-ponud tills, by Grlxer., labelled JONI & WILLIAMS,
ijoke broke. yokelThen railroad embankments because their roots time:: JAMKS EPP3 ('0., Horaoepntkic Chrrnita.London. .
poke.
w
the there is of
eyes ; a feeling pros- England :--1
fell on me the roke.I prevent washing away. -
tration and weakness. All of these .AUoriic M-at-Latv.
The latest theory about the planet Mars is
would that were near
you
My beating heart to hear that it is very largely covered with glaciers symptoms are in turn present. It MASON & Titu \ille, Florida
1MU1]
(Jeer bier sincere) and with ice generally --- -- -. t
incere.Time.. is thought that nearly one-third of
And know love
my
The marine engine is now 100 old 0. M. nOBIH\S Qs1
years The cabinet or an was introduced 1.1 Ls p-e'* t a. ,
Miller having made his first experiment on: our population has this disease in form by Mason & llam.'in in 1S6!. t;ur c* i
Knew His Gait. Dalswioton water in 1TS8. followed in the Tn rula.-ture of thpoc ;..*tr"v.t %
some of its varied forms. bathe Mason & Iluuilm ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
There was a tramp standing at the corner i/rtruis &\"fo aN
Professor Rogers has invented solidifiedgas tamed their t... .
the -t
a t\cprC'm:1'Y: as in i / >
of Park and High streets the other day, whena It has been found that 11.4..1
,
physicianshave .
which can be immediately volatilized for Mason & ilxtrhn ('? r, ra c :j'O'n r: '1 TITUSVILLE, FL.\ S
pedestrian baited and looked him over and unequalled exe-li.ace ,.f a!h"'r t r'Itt:,I : :
the special use of balloonist mistaken the cause of this --------- -- '
said: at all of the west; \\ :'tl'vExiiPe'! ; '.,fr :,r tf of i it
It is claimed that wire be madeat Paris 1S6T, !r/Vj :, .* jf 7l ft .* / -* o. i,et .ii M. THKASIIEU if
"i'll tell) you how you can make quarter. guns can disease. Some have treated it for a with best m&kh H F'l1(R s K'! |J' 2 %J. !':-oo. f PI!' t ,..0triestheyhsn A. ,
much less cost than those of 7 .
"Well very forged ; i
r / i.J I
i .k-
: t ; ': r.Y )
"""ash your facer steel and in about one-third the time. liver complaint, others for kidney en the highesti; ;tI E.' r Iii l E.r.h",a ,rs l.103o ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, i

"And lose $25' by itl Not much Baliosky, a Russian government engineer, disease etc., etc but none of these tratcd Mason catalogue llaml.n* &S2 T ; t wfret."
I I & : do nt In-.t3t': tom {p it:*extraordinary l-. :
O. Box 2->. s.\\rU&lI, 1l t
"How would you loe r has passed through Tiflis to construct by con claim for tlc. ir p urn, th... !Vp
kinds of treatment have been attended Will Mastics in all the rrciitte* ot the >*'*itk !
"Why, I go about ts mg for 10 cents to tract 700 miles of the Siberian railway.It superior to an Olh<'ft1. lh y r.n !rI/c t\S': ;:h Circuit and huprt-ute Court. I'

, permit me to rfbave and wash up and get it is e. !mated that the dyer of today has with success ; for it is really excellence art of piano achieved buid.nj! by, Lot<'h.'r ft..1!M..H ifcira, nii e.\.;r5' ::. .,:'y.uc -- ,

every time. Onoe I was clean my hold on control of 16,000 different! shades of color. and It is This they attribute solely to Uj rrmaiL..Uv: ::1..- HEYtfEU, ;
publi. sympathy would be gone"Detroit There is not a color known to science whichbe constipation dyspepsia. provcm-'nt introduced hv t!.cm in the year -i, ALLEN
-
.
and now known ns the "'. -;!, & IAIJ?: PIAXOSTBI.NUI I
Free Press.
also found that Shaker Extract of
cannot use.TbeCowles. ::;." by n B F\ a.f? *4tl..-1.1)(.'of w hith

The Bachelor's Lament.I process for getting aluminum Roots or Mother Seigel's Curative Is secured t''eC,5)a) A trjt1 Pv |r, tlSt POSeible Atloniey-at-Law and Cgflie-yaiKgr.
purity cr. !.*i B EVJ|] M.%,ucment: .of !
wonder now what I have done from corundum by the action of charcoaland when tone, toge.ntJ[ n ] \iy ,j W:. -t'atlnn-- Lake Wortli Dade County, Florida.
Syrup properly preparedwill
Oh. dear what can it bet granulated copper does not appear to creased caw. C23113hril?: i} for_tanding
Se maT many pretty girl.. give pure aluminum. remove this disease in all its In circular tune ana ober important mlvart i!*o-. Will furnish: Abstracts of Title to lade :
contaaims testiinonia. from three
!;
And rat a one for mel Tbe latest lace machines are 300 inches wide stages. Care must be taken how- hundred purchatr,inuslciar! sad tuners, tent, County lands. Y

I bear theyY& the ocean side; in<*ead of 150. The output is 25 per cent. .together with destriltiv'clt..UJ I follow to the sea" greater and the quality much better than ever, to secure the genuine article. Pianos: also and rented.Onions Bold Lit Casa or easy payments R D. DUIICHFIELD,

1 BOT a tnousaott pretty girls. with the old machines. MA 0J.' lIAMi.I lt Dorsy J N!D PIANO CO. -- j

But never one4or me. Dr. T. Moccall of Morcambo IT WILL SELL BETTER THAN COTTON. j. .' .... ., ..u-....... ".LILCAUO.
; England,
Ice wandered upcd down the earth has patented a hydrophobia virus destroyed. Mr. John E. Hemptinstall, of Chu- i PIONEER COOPERAGE COUNTY SURVEYOR.I

Until I'm tnlrty-three The instrument is in the form of u pencil lafirmee, Cleburn Co., Ala., writes; Order by mail will receive iw rrompt i
SIC looking for the pretty girt and can attached to a key ring. I Barrels $2.25.Gauguil attention us calls in m.I .
Syrup i per
That ought to to for met "My wife has been so much bene- +
The Forth bridge, which now ra.pidlyap- Addre*?;: Georgians Fli.TT .
extra. ,
0 a. did ebe povteh in her youth preaches comiJetiou, has: two main spans, fitted by Shaker Extract of Rootssor I to order ten cents I

Of dIn infancy' each 1,170 feet in length, this being 1U> feet and
Mother Curative Whosiwrighting Repairing.C. .
Seigel's :
Or has some other fellow got greater than the span of the Brooklyn bridge. Syrup ;, F.\TKIX OX.
The girl that was for met that she she would be .
9 -a..u"er.sBaza.r. Russian petroleum found a good marketin says :rather O. B. : C

BwHtlen. Sobels are building a tank or without part of her food than with- '
A Little ftltulc. lloju'V barrels: and Oval Wator Breakers | JUSTICE OF THE PEACE I
cistern for Stockholmsixty
patrol um storage near out the medicine. It has done her from $2.00: "1'.
Young Mr. Sissy (who prides himself on fret iu diameter and thirty feet high. For the Second Justice District of Brt- t

ills musjCt-So you would like to hear me There will be five such. more good than all the doctors and Tanksand : yard county ; Court days, third IooJar t

ing before 1 go, wouid yon Bobby? "Labrador tea made from the leaves of of each month.
all other medicines I ;
Bobby (politelyt-Yes, sir; if you would ledum latifolium is said by some to bo equalto put together. I all kinds ot COOPER WORK to order. ;

bo so kind. the Chinese artiole. The leaves could be would ride twenty miles to get it 1! P.}.'. ....,..,.,;'I ..... O"T..
"
d .
Young Mr.SAre :il1. '
sing you particularaboutwhattl put upou tho market at ten cents a pound, into the hands of any sufferer if he I ;; : : Florida. THE MUSIC HOUSE OF FLORIDA. ,

allowing a wide margin. I LaGr.UI __ -
_
Bobby-Yes sir I would A -
; Hketo hear some can get it in no other way. I believe -
.of what sister Clara calla A new vcsisol, the Majestic, now buildingin r
ing.-The Epoch. your alleged sing Belfast, has a stern of novel construction, it will soon sell in this State 5,000 Budded Trees For Sale I

there being twin screws which overlap at the better than
cotton.
A.
B. CAMPBELL :
Red IluirtMl< Mary and Her Hone.ilary tips, the starboard screw being carried some At. Low Prices. .

had a littl horse; feet further aft than: the other to get clear- TESTIMONY FROM TEXAS.
Its bWW&I1 white AS snow ance. 60,000 in Nursery. Ja cksonr ill('. Fla.) ;
And every place,that Mary went Mrs.: S. E. Barton, of Varner,
The horse was aura to GOoIt Tho antidote for all acids except chromic, Apply to AV. H. SHARPE,
prussic, oxalic and tlw arsenic series is whiteof Ripley Co., Mo., writes that she
followed her to school one day, well beaten with City: Point, Fla.
egj up water; or a teaspoonful had been long afflicted with dyspepsia -
XVWch Brae against the rule.
of mustard: flour in :1 cup of hot
It mada the children prance and play and disease of the I will Sell and Delheralyour ai aftt
EXHAUSTEDlFTTLTn.nnnE
To bee a horse in school. water; or, in case of very strong acids, very urinary \
thick lime water. and cured Shaker I station First.Cia,,,
organs was by SCIENCE or
And the teacher turned him
sp out The French commission has
Djt still he fingered near, Military Extract of Roots. Rev. J. J. McGuire -, I THJ IENCE LIFE the great I II
that the shelter afforted of
proved by a layer
I T
Anj waited patiently about Medical Work of the A
Till Mary dide.pPoor. concrete ten feet thick is greater than that merchant, of the same place,, OF PJ' L/FE: .t ageonllinhoode"ons -'- .;J..,___ ijJ
of iron protected merely by plates, while the =- > .
M\\"hat who sold Mrs. Barton the medicine : : : : and Physical D- or.l(1)JR.GrANS
tcakesthe horse love _
Mary so! two combined afforded practically perfect -:-- -- --
The childrenosk'ed one day. protection against melinite, which seems to says he has sold it for four year bility, Premature De-

The teacher stroked fair Mary's hair: be tho biggest bugaboo yet out for militarymen. K\tDW THYSELF cline.; eat Youth. -
**I know but daaptt say." and never knew it to fail. laud the mu>
tea thereon. 300 8 125
consequent pages va, piascriptions
-W:J. Lampton in Time. SIIE WAS ALMOST for all diseases. Cloth, full gilt only Jl.00, 1OU LK S MDNCY than any l.tLer boaR" 1M .
The braLeraen on an eastern road are congratulating DEAD.I ..... .*.
by mail scaled. Illustrative sample free!.to all yorn Uiattd >.tatrr. I Ih..}. IU&.IIIbit" fc'
-
Feathers In li. themselves on the introductionof was so low with dyspepsia that ana nuecle-aged men. lena: now. Tceuoiaana be 1111 r.-).rrs,Lt.d. IVill Lipa l"ia"u.rpa *.
a new device for strengthening couplings.Two Jewelled Medal awarded to the author by the National allY J.'n..t ruaij <'r W.nal. c.n trial. aid tt ***
Guest (iiHjigaantly)-Waiter, there are connection there was not a physician to be Medical Association. Address P.O.Box 1895,lio- I *.:>Ht w.tnry. I will i>sy rr..tac; lM.th ..?*. **
chains used iu with the
feathers in this soup are < ton, Mass., or Dr. W. II. PARKER graduate o: "Hfb and 10a luoutlioii a rut.o. aDd |N .*.*"f
Waiter (inapoctin;)-Why, so there are. -egular coupling pin, so that in case of the found who could do anything withme. Harvard Medical College 25 years'practice in Boron $5 a n.oi,U. on an Organ till. pail ft>r-Lot ad
do become detached who be consulted confidential/. Office, tl.. On tbe.r .r; bDenlterms
I thought I pin's breaking the cars not may lucre n llrdmnT rnii .
was giving you bean soup. It's I had Bnlfinch Diseases of Man. ...
and the accidents which result from fluttering of the heart No. 4 St. Specialty, .bviUI.- ran own a b..tna..t. l"
chicken broth sir; casts ip cents more. Cut this out. You may DeTer see It&saln. }'REETAI..<)(itE r..it iuplf full ferruUEbert -. .
(Changes figures on the chock -Chicago tho breaking asunder of long train of cars and swimming of the head. One AIUI.IC, !>\l.nIIIC,1011111', IAIJOM.cordemii' Gaiter.,1 .

Tribune. are thus avoiJeJLGrasshoppers .i.rt iu fart, every :'tluka1 baInL.' ..
day I read your pamphlet called Opened for the Season. that tIC luJwU,and at %erj low price Had GveanBete
aro killed by dragging across ... d *****
{.taln'11"" I have 20.0W plec
Lack.Oysant the fields inclined canvas covered frames, "Life Among the Shakers," which dis- l "A man who is interested in his own Music at lU c riiu per cop". biro book wf cr*

-Do you know I &&t believe of teen feet loug and three wide, kept saturated cribed disease better than I welfare will be pleased to know thn i Music m lu rests |*r copy J.OOO cooks 50se.uadtse ttf cfT:
there is any such thing as luck in odd num with kerosene. Every 'hopper that my Vocal and ItiKtrnnienUl studs at I
ent. Any piece of ht music pnblW!. at *
bers. jumps against the saturated canvas dies at could myself. I tried the Shaker ANDREW GIBSON t o50 per ceLt below publiahf'fll'rkeL Books III?

Ohipperly-But there Ie, though. Why, once. It takes one barrel of kerosene for Extract of Roots and withit pieces each, Let music iz*. 10 cents SCM mtCatalogue
kept on the finest to be found in
my rich uncle that left me his money wasn'tdrowned each acre and the yield of grasshoppers b as Keeps oysters

I until the thjrd time be saf. Pact, high as 200 bushels per acre. Kow for some .' until to-day I rejoice in good 'rtl'usv' .idle, A. B. Campbell Jacksonville FU.
assure.-Earper'a Bazar.
way of utilizing the 'hoppers. health. Mrs. M. E. Tinsley Bre- .
10IJf.
Mention lids
AND SERVED IN STYLE TO SUIT PATRONS. [ paper.
be health
City/life is stated to injurious to
A Sommer Vacation Trip. by the.medical reports of our government, vier, Muhlenburg Co., Ky. I -0-

:The With baying was done and the farmer's wife, showing that farmers recover from gunshot For sale by all druggists, or addressthe Plain and Fancy Cake made to order. PARKER'S
&weary fiigfa. said: "John
A little vacation 'ud come pretty good wounds more quickly than men from big proprietor A. J. White Limi- Baker's Bread always on hand. HAIR BALSAM
Afore tha harvest t'l'. cities, their bodies being stronger and rpore Cleanses aDd beautifies DM***

take Minnie and Ked om.HI and spend a wee generally developed. City life is shown by ted, 54 Warren St., New York. Also a first-class Barber shop attached. Never Promotes Fads a lonnamt to Rt.t 1.*r.**?air

At Cousin Fan's-to town. Dr. Platt to cause a Jack of developmentabove Meals at all hours; from 5 a. m. to 11 p.m. Halite ill Y...dtfiiPvenla e.w. ;
the waist, while there is a jar of the WANTED. Write Geo. A. Sanborn.Sec' Parties dcsirng to leave on morning mall Daacnl1r...Mir*ta>_dst ,
The trunk AGENTS :of 1Oe.l. M at Pr rrfc %
wasfiacked, wteu coustwFan, brain and spinal cord caused by walking upon "the BUFFALO MUTUAL ACCIDKSI boats and hacks will please note this.
Four bpjw god madd* came down AND SICK BENEFIT ASSOCIATION Buffalo, New York.
For a dear, nice aaonta in the. ouotry sweet stone and brick. =-

For there>nothing lse,you kaow, AgenU' profits per month. Will
That does the dear< And ray nerves do Test here SJB** What Is this Disease That is just onL A $:i.bO sample sent free to f
M Coming Upon Us ? 'alL W. H. Chidester & Son, 28 Bond
f
.
Street. N. Y. 82
Like a thief af night it steals up- NEW YORK AND FLORIDA. ,
Consldpuate Tommy.: .

Exasperated: Mother You good for noth- on us unawares. The patients n lf_Aglmtd Jfettml Journal.My: FROM NEW YORK CITY ROM FERSANDISJ, _.
MWale MNVISIBLE3ound Disc
ing little brain? Yoyijjnadeeo much noise Icouldn't have pains about the chest and for d *Jnt.*,con..muat.> Mud waTM PIER 21 E. R. LVERY FRIDAY. CEXTBE STREET WI1ART.ITVIBT TBCTISB*Y'
hear mp:pelX speak whea. frs. Smith on the dram and ovtraaki all devices of
WAS here. Which ooe of yon abaU [ efwak sides, and sometimes in the back. of or an and IU pottlbUlUw ar("&'.** XCT5' YORK, BOSTON AND PDIL.. DELPDI.'.
first Tor sals fcy H.H.WALES,BrUpport.Ct.

Tommy-Take Emma. Ladies are always They feel dull and sleepy ; the Ihe Iron Steamships STATE OF TEXAS., CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, BIO

served first.-TeD8 8iftiirg. mouth has a bad taste, especiallyin -- PARKER'S GRANDE, compose the Florida Service. .

the morning. A sort of sticky HAIR BALSAMthe Passage Rates, between Florida and New York nl1TaJI

On an Organ Grinder. the Lowest.
popular faroritA for dranrag
Who lies below has gone the way which go all slime collects about the teeth. The _the !hair and Restoring presenting color Dandruff when JteRutes> of Freight always Low as Competing Lines.

creatures must; appetite is poor. There is a feeling ft gray.cleanses the scalp, stops the Early Morning Train Every Thursday from points on J. T. & K. W. Rail'n1
He turned(he organ handle he's turning now to hair tailing and la sure to please.
dust. i like a heavy load on the stom- 6Oc.and SLOG at Druggists connects with steamer same day at Fernandina.

When to this man Death- summons came It
found him quite resigned ach ; sometimes a faint, all gone HINDERCORNS.enreatandbesteareforCmnsBnnions.Ae. SCHEDULE.

For he"deouiitioQ had found grind.that life was naught_ but one sensation at the pit of the stomach Stops The all safest pain., Ensures comfort to the feet never.1r, Steamships sail from Fernandina every Thursday p. ":, lilies+

-Oostoo Courier which food does not satisfy. The to cure W cents at Druggist niscoi&CXx,1(. Y. arrival of trains from South Florida and morning trains from Jacksonfillesfollows

:
Bejoleed. eyes are sunken, the hands and MARVELOUS CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder..Thursday,Aug.

Dick (calls on Miss Smith, and spies his feet become cold and clammy. After CARONDELET, Captain Evans....Thursday, &Pt.13ch

rival at the parlor window too late, having CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder..Thursday<< :
rung)-Is Miss Smith: in! awhile a cough sets in, at first dry, CARONDELET Captain&h 13th

JiddyYi8,, sir. but after a few months it, is atten- EMORYDISCOVERY. CITY OF SAN,ANTONIO, Captain ...Thursday.CARONDELET 0cL4
Dick-Very glad of it. Beastly weather
ded with Capt. Evans........Thursday,
outside. Don't tell her I caHM. [Exit}- a greenish-colored expect- -.... T>.". lat '
Time. oration. The feels tired SouTu-Dot:5D--5teal2ubtpa sail from New York, Pier:No. 21,E. E.. foot ot mlton .1.. eT
_____ patient 3 p.m..as follows:
September 23th: October 5th, 12tb. Ittb, aCth. New sort
A Windy Excuse. all the while and sleep does not i-.m
During the yellow fever epidemic steamers will cortinua their regular acbttlG1.lIe
Agent So yen want a;pension, eh to afford rest. After Any book learned In one reading. and Fernuidina. Order freight TU this line
Applicant-That's what Fm here for. seem any a Mind wandering cared. 07-Direct aU Freight 'via Mallory Steamship Line from Pier No. 51 E. R-. Sew Tort. be 1 td..?

.Agent-Y+saa'rs .a healthy. looking fellow. time he becomes nervous,'lrrltable Speaking unlike without artificial noted.Wholly systems.. information aa-SpecUl obtained.Aent| are located at sU principal points through Florida, where Ud* "

What your disability -, .. and gloomy and has_ evil forebod Piracy condemned by Supreme Court. 49- tate-rooms and berths secured in advance from JackacnTtlle and Femandin ofJce:
Applicant CaughC sold, In the draft of Great Inducements to correspondenceclasses. AirTrains from F R.t N.R'jr. mn directly to ship's side st Fernandas
<*" There is sort ,'Any farther formation can be obtained from ...
Free Press, ings. a giddiness a 5
1 {'urlington
-
.. Prospectus, with opinions of Dr., IVm. A. Hammond J. M. CUTLER,Passenger Agent, corner Bay end Hogan streets,JaeksonTiM,n
whirling- sensation in'the. head the world-tamed Specialist In Mind diseases, R. W. SOUTHWICX. Agent Fernaudin, Fla.
; The Amsvtenr soprano Daniel Oreenleaf Thompson, the great Phycholo-. H..H.RAYMOND, General Traveling Agent. .

MI cannot stag the old, onrs*! when rising up suddenly. The gist Prof.and A.others LOISLTIE.sent free 337 by Fifth Are., New York. ffiw.YORK cffTa

_fiZMfshriekJ with much adoi' bowels become costive ; the skin is 20. C H.: MAILORT; & ,BO. General\ !!its, Her-20 E-R
And,If cha,wants to pleas u%

She'll skip the AOW ones,KOO. -

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THE FLORIDA ,STAR, THURSDAY, NOV. 30, 1888. 7I



AT NIGHT. O. HECTOR: l ORGHUM: -


I of 11m ire M the breath of night Sc OTT'SEMUUION "
*Jv U with the atty seaweed up the bay; 4" Hardware and
STward the carlen calling faraway; EVAPORATORSMILLS

Wa *- aoq toe" of foam, and watched the
to flizttt '
'Of riwerlnif KuUa.and trafflnff snowy white; d General Produce
ThB mrouded crane flew inland; dim and gray c'Dcfl
ne crap rose as the un aaak with the day, .
T like a born the moon hnnjc o'er the height
jSeoedta bet mists and haloed in her light OF PORE COD LIVER OlLA MERCHANT. And Syrup Makers' Supplies.
Barred fifce a face In oils or. like some dye.
be&at11t&1Ded the canvas of the sky
22 :
1'bew1ndl Her toned sea ward,and the stars were HYPOPHOSP32ITE3Almost ; -::: Melbourne. Florida;

brUht. as Palatable as Sftilk.So rI'2
and when tbe tide went out as tides must do- A. M. Hamilton & Co. For Catalogue and Copy of SorghumGrower's
with It,and of dl ,
burn went we thought gvtsd that it can be ta'.ten Guide address
our < ,
digested, and assimilated by the most ........
TOO. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA
Botsford In Overland Monthly. sensitive stomach, when the plain oil ,
_
LIlapeon cannot be tolerated; and by the com = CHAPMAN & CO. MADISON IND.
. I bination of the oil with the hypophoaphites t'I Wholesale Dealers In ,
.i Fattening the Goose's Liver. la ranch more efficacious.Boairtabfc .

i little does the over fed sybarite know &s a flesh producer Indian River Oysters THE

vbat cruelty is often practiced so that Persoss gala rapldlj while talbg It. ,

his dainty palate may be sufficiently SCOTT'S EMULSION is 1crq FISH
acknowledged )? AUTOMATICSELFSKIMMIM
Bazar has this
to
tickled. Harper's say
Physicians to be the Finest and Best prepa
concerning pate de foie gras: "Every- ration in the world for the relief and cure of Green Turtle and Game.
body knows that the pate de foie gras of CON8UMPTION SCROFULA

Strasburg is the best in the world but GENERAL DEBILITY WASTING CD All orders will receive prompt anti careful at.
=
' 'Ttt1 few of us have more than a vague DISEASES tendon whether by telegraph
EMACIATION letter 17
or person.
Idea of the methods employed for enlarging COLDS and CNRONIO COUGHS. AND

the livers of the geese from which it The great remedy for Oonsumptian, and
is made. Now the liver of the goose so Wasting in Children. Sold by all Druggists. ciHo Geo. E. Chase,

gained we may use the expression, I + Perpetual Evaporators
C
Is twelve times as large as nature in- c:>

tended it to be. In order to obtain this 14:1f'II Ship Chandler
result the unfortunate geese are subjected AND THE ei

to torments unknown even to the O ,

I early Christians. The first thing done is T utt' sPills t'Q Boat and Vcssle Supplies, all kinds Improved Victory Cane Mill

to nail the feet of the geese 'fast toplanks 4 Patent: Anchors, Chains, Blocks,
BO that they may not arrest the Canvass, Galvanized Wire OUR SPECIALTIES.Also .

desired tumefaction of the liver by even 7'rJC from excess of work of mind or .
movement. their Ladders
Secondly
the slightest Spruce ,
;:a:?y,drink or inK
eyes are put out that no glimpse of the exposure 00 1pa" Copper Paints: gal's, 1-2 gal's, qts. l Prices Low and Goods Guaranteed.
f r*I oWM n I l T Spar Varnish, gal's, 1-2 gal's,qt ,
Regions pts.
left disturb
world they have may them. ,,',v V JLTpfii X ftTTr Jfc
H c.qto 4 Oils and Leads, all kinds.
finally, they are crammed with nuts a nil find TuU.'s Pins the most Denial
Delicacy of which they are extremelyfond rent orulivo ever offered tho suffering F., W. DEVOE & CO'S READY MIXED PAINTS NOTICE TO THE
but they are not allowed to drink imulid.Try. In fact anything for Building Sailing boats. PUBLIC.

drop of water, although they suffer Them Fairly. ""dJ Hart's Block, 90 East Bay St.,
from thirst that utter .
such tortures they
A vigorous body pure blood strong JACKSONVILLE FL.O .\..
piercing cries of agony. -The Epoch. n r\"clju..ducl1ctrrulmIDd! will result. rI O =
If have
SOLD EVERYWHERE The BUYERS'GUIDE is you any
Laughter Indicative of Character.An 0:>
m issued March and Sept.,
authority on laughter says: It has --- -- ----- each year. It is an encyclopedia
been observed that laughter is indicativeof f/) of useful information OLD FURNITURE

a particular temper and character, according -. .. .. -- for all who pur- ,
>
__ _16 1"-t' chase the luxuries or the
to the sound of the vowel that Such
necessities of life. "We as
}prevails in cachinnation. Persons that 51 can: clothe you and furnish you with
laugh in a broad Latin "A" are openhearted all the necessary and unnecessary
I CURE
honest people, fond of noisy jocundity Ii appliances to ride walk, dance, sleep CHAIRS,
but perhaps of voluble mood. to1 eat, fish, hunt, work, go to church,
j or stay at home and in various sizes
Ercessivo jerking laughter, however, is and Just SOFAS
styles quantities. figure out .
an evidence of vulgarity. Those laughing -=! o what is required to do all these things ,
in a dry "A" are respectable, but COMFORTABLY and you can make a fair
little expansive, and a hard lot of people. FITS td 'IT! estimate of the value of tho BUYSES' ORGANS, ,
GUIDE which will be sent upon
When the Latin "E" prevails there pre-
tj receipt of 10 cents to pay postage,
nils also a phlegmatic, melancholy tem- 0 t-4 MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. PIANOS,
per. Timorous, unsteady people, also When I say CCT.E I do not mean merely to Ip I
111-114 ,111.
Michigan Avenue Chicago
stop them for a time and then have them return
t tboeo imbued with malignity, laugh in a Rl _
--- ---
again. I MEAN A RADICAL.: CUIttt. to BUREAUS
kind of swelling "I." Laughter in "0" I have made the disease of'ITSILEPZ' IB LUDDEN & BATES SOUTHERN MUSIC HOUSE. ,

is the utterance of proud, bold imperative e-t-w _
somewhat bantering people. Beware or J CD BEDSTEADS

of those that laugh in oo" (u). FALLING SICKNESS, ri I HN FIANOSEORCANSA ,
to3 Or other Furniture that wish
any you
traitors haters scomers.-N
They are A lifelong study. I WARRANT my remedy to td
York Sun. CURE the worst cases. Because others have RE-VARNISHED AND POLISHED
failed is no reason for not now receiving a cure. L.JIw3 ,

Cramp of the Pianists of Send my at INFALLIBLE once for a treatise REMEDY.and a FREE Give Expressand BOTTLE & r"J Call on the undersigned, at the headof

Certain functional diseases of the hand rest Office. It costs you nothing for'a Main Street, Titusville, where you
tad arm have been observed in pianists trial and it will cure you. Address pi- can have all or any of the above articles
H.C.ROOT M.C., 183 PEARL ST..NEW YGBKPYRAFOGE .....
. kj Mr. Vivian Poore. This cramp of made to look as well as New; or will
the pianists ho estimates to be eight ''''' IIol.''_''''' ''' 'I C1. call at residences when work can iiot be

times as common as the cramp of t' Mid-Summer Sale moved. Also all kinds of Orn/mental

writers; and he finds especially liable to 1n IdIII Sign Painting a specialty.
: it those who with the wrist
practice continually -
I hr r w 3=*.. :EoN X,
held rigid. The symptoms are
'painful stiffness of the shoulder and oft BUY MOW I Titusville, F t.

t the right arm less frequently of tho left CQ8! ,I u.tf.i .

!side, cramps of the little finger and of Q AKD: PAY WHEN i

| the ring sometimes with trem- H
finger
C. II. SC TT
i bling-this distressing condition often COTTONISSOLD5 ,
SOt' :
j persisting after exerciso with the keys JQ4aANs t4 = UiVSTlHCNHAIRPRESSING

r ad being brought back by the least exertion SALOON.
10 of hand or fingers. Cold soden- >

i. tar, habits weakness and predisposition CHILLS A BCKK CCBK A FEVER FO* --' go tJ 1ID-SU1Th1EROFFER.l If you want a clean and easy shave,
.. to rheumatism and increase the lia- .. ,
gout ,, DUMB D utP. As clean as b. berevergave,
bQhy to it. Arkansaw Traveler. .... I r
: Just call on m /at my saloon,

t & i.ooo 1TirRt-Cla s Pianos and At momin eve, or afternoon.I'll .
;' Following Up Their Patrons. Mt Orjr n.. to be *old in June,July,
AiiR'Mwt and September at Spot cut andycomb hair with
your grace
: The custom among business firms of 0 CHHlt Prices*, layahle,
To suit t Ie contour of your face;
following :I'A2HO9, CASH DOWX.
1? their patrons to different re- ; .B5
. Mils ORGANS, $to CASH DOWN, To you IA\ five a good shampoo,
gaining rapidly. Dress goods and and the balance next November The art is known to few.
sported costumes are now exhibited injjotel iJ iht.without Interest or advance I .
parlors; embroidery and all devices in Price. All our Ilanoa and Organs My sc'ssor's sharp,my razor's keen,
P0 included in this Hale, our V/shop is a neat and clean
'Ii ways ,
fancy work hotel] PYAFEWEIs
. are spread upon LIPP M'S 'I
. .
Cheapen and our Best. Iio ex-
tihieaand the city dealer in fancy wares 14: 17 ceptions. Your choice from ten Anyi everything I'm sure you'll find,
'11III become a dangerous rival to Indians CAtLEU THE 1 leading makers and over 300 I o suit the taste and please the mind.

with their stock of gay baskets. It is Wonderful Chill and Fever ExpellerIt LI styles and rices. 4 nd now to all who patronize intend,

aid that modistes sometimes follow dobaquent cures the chills., bringing and fever strength tones and nn health the cy to'Umgives the. Or/) == -SUMMER BARGAINS 1888- Just come along and bring your friends,
an appetite
dun- And will
customers to the resorts on enHerer.DPP. I assure you I try

i bent; manicures have become a part New Makers, New Instruments, Ne My very best to satisfy. may"

a11 fashionable hotels, and others make Idt 1- Styles,New Prices Great Improvements
the most of summer marts and often V in our Lower Priced Instrum ts. "
.
to' much profit from their enterprises. 1 =. Large purchase enable us to offe/Reduced THE SLOOP AGUES,
-t
'--.wcago L? Herald.Gveatneu 11 Ipppi Prices. Here are samples, ,
. 0 commanded byCAP'rAI
, ..
Sitting for It* Picture. iJL iJL tj I" r DM t H lifti Ii U. right letrge SUz' JOHN McLEAN.
11111111' JA I'' ) a Strings. Beautlfm ltoeewoodCA Makes regular trips on Indian River.
Almost every photographer's studio cl BCD : _,. $. Case, Rich jTone. Guaranteed SHE CARRIES A FULL SUPPLY or
&*7 importance in the country lias at (Prickly Ash, Poke Root,and Potassium.) ...".,... perfect aud durable. Maker/ ** Price,

' ClIo timo and another, been visited by CURES GroceriesDry Goods
f. ante notable and there are not a rid n 7u Octave Up-
people
fe in the business who can tell very SYPHILISPrimary I $ j L iO L flArJO. /::r nss htQran, Full,Iron Canned Goods,

&musing stories about the whims of L Frame, .ory Keys, Rich Hats Boots and Shoes
O K ewood Case. Fire a-w ,
<*
every way.
Fatness and Tertiary Syphilis Syphilitic
when it sits for its picture. ,Secondary Equals Plants usually old at &00 and 833").
*dcians and members of the legislature ,Eruptions Ulcers and Scrofula Old Sores and Rheumatism Scrofulous Eruptions and- O Maker' Priee7a4With Ladies'Shoes in great variety;Prints all

are not, as a general thing hard to all diseases of the blood nil those that have = Pianos a PlnHh Top Stool, new patterns at low prices.
other treatment yield steadily and surely Handsome Cover, Instructor,
resisted
J" Sf as they are almost all so used to to the wonderful power of P.P. P., the great P. :3lusic1iooka: dallFreightI'aid. Ready-made ClolMns Toilet Articles
Proceeding that they grow careless Blood Purifier. ,
11 "* it, but actors ministers, literary Si OR A Five Octaves,2 sets NOTIONS.
n. of 2% Octave Reeds,
people and artists arc in bad favor with SCROFULA = $ 5 0 5S,, IPS"iKJitd walnut Case.HighT For the cash only..
knights of tho camera.Chicagoer >,Lamp StandsMusic Pocket
te1rL la an Impurity In the blood, producing Lumps or I-' 00 Full Sweet T/ne. Uaker'.Price H50. lIalchU.466m.
Swelling causing! Running Bores on the Arm, FullSetslte
,'" F&etrfo7the cure of which use P.,P.P., CO ORG J Fo I
.hnnll. Astronomical Lore. Legs n. 10 Genuine Stops' WM. H. SHARPE
blood medicine on earth. All these
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-j the greatest 6 5 ,
A ; Rich l-eautlful Parlor Or
young man home from college, diseases yield readily to the power. of P. P. P., gan. Tltousauds sold. AU pur-
life and new strength.BLOOD PT.
g to> inspire his little sister with giving new chasers del'shted. Maker's Price,9200.

-e for his learning pointed to a star POISONCured with Kach Organ a Fine Stool, REAL ESTATE AGENT
sad
eafd an Instructor Music Book and
: "Sis do little J
t.b" bail you see that All freight Fa d.
tb I i 5ji7? It's bigger than this whole In Its worst form ; sometimes messes with t,

&ti I jj ..... 1" "No, tain V said Sis. "Yes, Erysipelas where the patient was in Eternal Pain n 15 DAYS TRIAL.Order FOR
declared ana given up by the physicians In come cases
& I *l the young collegian. ScrofulousUke'rsbrote out till the party was amass
I n why don't it keep off the min?" of bottle of P. P.P. waa r and test in your own Home. CITY POINT. '
'''_ the disease until Instrumentis
't L triumphant rejoinder.-New procured,and the yielded quickly.RHEUMATISM No money required
or Evening World. satisfactory. 'VIlIS pay Freight both
,et : ways if no sale. Thn fairest way to deal. Lands sold on long time with interest, or

The Secret of e-+- Our Instruments arc good and cheap,anda on the lease system, or for cash. .
al Eloquence. And In an Affectkms of the Blood P.P.P.stands vial always gives a satisfied purchaser..
" k:rrears New ago the leading pulpit ora- alone and unrivaled, and some of Its cures are* '. : wend for ftld-Su mmer 8le Cir Lands cleared and planted, and cared for

= ": York city was Dr. John M. really If wonderful suffer from'anrtbh:12lib: Syphilis Scrofula. / cular.REHE3TBRR. if desired; by contract or otherwise.
During a visit to Scotland her Blood Poison Ulcers, Old Sores, Rbeuma- : -Jjo ett Price; KattfttYerms
:
a the Di, Chalmers and thought him tlam. or any disease of tho blood, be sure aDdciTl :. ., ;BuI.1n&tn1meftta. Fine Stool* and Cboeit Refer to E. M. Breese, Detroit, Mich.;
.A U Freight Paid; U Dap Trial Six
< t'/. stm preacher of the age. A P.P.P.(Prickly Aah. Poke Root and Potas- ...... :, '_ .,/ Tear Guarantee; &jar*Dealing; OM Pries Jno. a Norwood, Titusville, Fla.; B. W.
laked hint on his return home. I secret patent medicine: like the manyon : "" ..H.'t, .tLl, Only; Money Saved AILLUDDERT House
I ft r alum) *.no "":: .:, -\ and J.Stras,Tazewell Court ,, a.6
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: Iecret: of,Chabnem' the inarket. Itsguarantee on every bottle, ... .
forewhom
eloquence."Hlb laUl : & and A. Becker Montreal Canadai
UJ'i and whole- BATES ,
of
r:." -.-" -;;earnestness*outh'g Companion.,"'was the. prompt an.r .- thus aomenmar dTtoza h&t J10 aver blood p@iner does fftv. ., ..,. :', ..,''. .'-"" >'-7' :"" :.., S01 r..BN MUSIC HOUSE. JYAIINAH.SA. I have made groves


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8 THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, NOV." 29, 1S&S.

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LOCAL LACOXIC5. !I -C pt. T. W. Lund is in town to-dar :I Ii I Christmas toys and presents have t -

-The STAR is only 81.50 per annum. I i with Captain L. J. Carlile. j already made their appearance in town I j LOOK AT THAT LAMP!

payable in advance. I IlIr. -Judge Jones and wife are still visiting : at Mr. Branning's: store, and Mr. Rumph j OY4lIo I
.I at St.: Lucie, their former residence. : is lookin; for an arrival of ;goods in this r. : No Chimney !to Smoke 10 049r.
: II. 'V. Andrews, of the popular j
I : line in a few days.Titusville I The Krilliani-T "i t-,,. .
All the business houses in I with the
in today
Carleton, Melbourne, was town a day town ,.. ct>imnenci'ofa
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.\ !.Ch Hand Lamp. :" .
0.1\ fp.m ,
i will have Christmas ? "
no :
closed from twelve until
last week. were noon Ra1fAt.M.NA
or so I
75
cent of oil
per by actual
I I ;;iuY PnaK U-M. Lurrw
tree this The Presbyterian Sunday I L
-Change schedule has necessitatedour four p. m. I I year. ". the lowest fit'aaleot krn: *nc <>il Kith f

.railway employes to remove from I I -Quitel. number of northern visitors j, School, instead, contemplate the Ipurchase I II II I ,. !r'\ feet safety, as it isHMUvi'lT iNN 1'i|.I,*,*,,r.
of a circulating library of ; 0 The amount saved tr nihimn.-\ ,.,,i
here to Sanford. are returning to their winter homes on 'I for than
I I about 230 volumes.Capt. one year more pay* f..r I.r.: I j..
-Mr. G. F. :Ensey, who has been Indian Ri1 cr. i :."""". .. For descriptiveatal+agnr. t-:4'.. ulaln.a

staying with 'his family Tropic, came I I Oyster shell lime, of Al quality, is''!j I : Bennett and wife, of Rochester I'l (\ttF l ". .i. i-. TU\IIt. TITIHTILI.I. IL.\.

up to town on Tuesday, fur i short stay.Mr. offered for sale by J. S. Wat&on, of El j I N. Y. ; and 3Ir. Clarke and Miss .I,, / r.'?. !I' .1e'nt for tl\V\NZEK I IM! ,
I Piazza, of Brooklyn, arrived here on 1!J
.
A. L. Hatch of City Point, I Dora. Price furnished; on application. I "i1, forllreranUOransn- Voluoia (- ,1":1" ,
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II Wednesday their Eau Gallic. ;;''Y
I on way to j ,
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in Tuesday and took the -3Ir:. John Einiir, of Jacksonville, : I i'rtr r. d .n [t4he ou h. t.'I.&u,
town r'
was on
Capt. Bennett lias! land at the above I II IV.1 it lUwk .t \. v.ui,rr. ..r.....| \ ,
afternoon train fur Palatka. He return I II who is visiting: at 3Iims, was in town : u. \\. \\iwkru2t-: W't i ,
I place, and intends erecting: a winter residence. other
ed today.MONEY. with 3Ir. Einig on Wednesday.It -4KI G i, ;
j Miss Piazza i is on a visit to -

Money Money to I I i has been suggested: that the pre I her brother. The STAII acknowledges: t I 1 .J. rillTtllARH. I'rv-iiU H. U..BU 1\\ \ ,.

loan in Urevard county only. Apply) to I sentool weather i<* just right: for a ma:;- I a pleasant} call from the above.Persons .

Robbins & Graham: box 250, Titusville, querade or domino party, or dance ofam !
wi:llin to know the amount IIDIAOIYERBAHLTitusiilic!
Fla. : kind. .
I I j of their a.-ses-sed: ::;: town taxes can obtain
-Capt. Fromlenrer and wife started -The new railroad schedule went into ., the same by applying to the Town Clerk, POWDERAbsolutely I

} Sunday for Melbourne, where the Capt. I effect on 3Ionday, The northern at his office between the hours of nine .I 1'jwritla.

will remain for a few days before return mail) now arrives four hours earlier. than :, and tueive a. in. on each Monday and Pure.

ing to the Halifax.Rev. efore.. Wednesday before the lath:: day of December A GENERAL BANKING+ BCSDfESS TEAS.SACTED. .
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This powder never! varies. A marvel of puntj.
:l':. Gale, and a friend from the Captain Paddisoii arid 3Ir. J. 31. which day i is .l'tside by the strength, and wholesomeness More economical .
than the ordinary kind. and cannot be sold in
northwest, were among the passengers: : fierce, as joint owners, are having the Council fur the purpose of hearing all competition with the multitude of low test, hui: i E chan bought anti swdd. "
steamer Katie and S-idi overhauled weight. alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in I aUtlItltlll.t."n ge tlatdlw.ti.I'".,-u. I I .
on -the steamer Georgiana, Monday, for complaints regarding the einent of cans. Royal Baking Powder Co, 103 AV11 btne;, I )1t11111'1 n "'
tint fur
negotiate* Lake Worth.3Ir. and rebuilt. .\ brother 01'( Capt. II. C. taxes: and for the equalization! of the New York. I Hallko..lurlunttioI13 and I..Uvi.luai... aastna I.t.-r

and Mrs. C. I). Eacott arrived assidey is doing the work.Mr. i ::Ull(. rat allow on tune deposit .
Advances made ui' m :Ivaibit."Ial. '!jApprtneU .
.here Monday morning: and Mr. Eacott S. S. White, of Walton, X. Y., -The fourth quarterly conference of THE; JRQPIOALi busiiwi pap?? ,li"' -ot.niDrafts .

will resume the tinning: business at his who spends his winter seasons on Indian IndiTin River 31ission, 31. E. Church .
on all parts of 1"r"v.'
former stand. He will also give prompt liver, arrived here on the morning: South, will be held on Saturday, Dec. Ladles' & Gents' Ilnsines- done jttJtK-kMMiv ill. rt N.*

attention to all kinds of repairing.: See train 3Ionday. Rockledge: is his stop- Sthat 11 o'clock a. m. at theresidenccof3Ir. with .
Kvrry favor consistent *vwi
advertisement this week. pin:: point.3Ir. 1. L. Hatch, ity Point, and public REST.i.: Ul .i.\.N'l': I I banking, cheerfully v tten.ltCOUUKSl'ONDENT" -.r

-Mrs. Campbell and her I"itcrIi! >s ."". P. Hatchett started for Pal- preaching: service in Public Hall! at G: ;tl
Scar Riiln>:ttl Hepot+ lUak: ul./yl'Io.. ('Ij\ .r.
Allen, who have been spending: the atka on Wednesday afternoon for the p. m. On Sunday, December, public Jacksonville, Fla.; The N..tM..u.1 \.Il..e",.

summer in London South Devon, and purpose of buying: about 20,000 orange: services will be conducted at Hill's '1':1 aVt'aL t'. .Ii ..ti.l'itJa.lr _Bunk__New__York.__ SI
other parts of England: returned on bones, and expects to have them bore Hall, Cocoa; at 11 a. m. and u'.oO ). m. I I

Tuesday, and left on the! steamer Geor- some time during next week.3Ir. There will also] be public service at '1). m. :\ L. .\. Mackenzie: Pronrietrex..*. : TO R.EJNT.:

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Revs. II. B. Frazec. P. E. "". _\. Sim I
giana. the same day: for their homes at C. II. Watson, purser on the ,
inons and Jai l nltlllJ will take ONE ,TC HY AND A II \LF
Melbourne.Messrs.. learner Gcor :L1l3, informs us that hexpects ; pastor MEALS & LUNCHES. i A :
in the services. All denominations
part .
Hodgson, Eau Gallic, with to give up his position at the
their steamer Kathleen} stopped over end of the month. We have not learned are cordially invited to attend. !
FURNISHED
here on Tuesday night; on their way to who is to take his place. -The following; is the change: of timeon SOUPS, OYSTERS, ICE CREAM I HOUSE, .
the J. T. & K. '''. and Indian
Railway
Daytona. They had on board Mrs. -3Ir. J. Birnbauui has just received JELLIES ETC.

Nash, of Daytona, mother of 3Irs. C. an invoice of Serh'clls'patent elastic River Steamboat Co., which came in- At MISS, near Station,

II. Stewart, Melbourne; and 31 r. J. earn underwear, and would respectfully to force on 3Ionday, Xo,. 26th : Train BREAD, CAKES & PIES.
Mellor of Eau Gallic. }leaves Sanford daily (except Sunday) at
call the attention of his customers to AT $G PER )JOSTII.D .
7 o'clock a. m., arriving; in Titusville at Table Board at 1k.a*onlhlt' rates. :Families
-We are requested to announce that this novelty in un erwear. Call and see served.DECIDED .
the Rev. J Bolton will deliver for yoursslf. 9.38 a. m. Boat leaves Titusville at one I
as. achildren's
o'clock, and is due at 3Ielbourne at HOME CUliFO1tTS.wi Mrs. K. J. Hamilton, City Point[ FH
address the folks of
to young: -Miss Katie Paddison returned from
seven p. m. The steamer for Jupiterand ____-.- _. CC. _
this place at the Court House next her school to spend Saturday and Sunday -
other points on the lower river leaves3Ielbourne
Sunday afternoon, at three o'clock. with her parents. She returned on
Tuesdays, Thursdays and rI: : ROOFING !
Children of all denominations are invited Sunday afternoon, and appeared to be
Saturdays at four o'clock a. m., and is
to be present. well pleased with her position and its
due at Jupiter at seven p. m. Returning
-The Town Council has rented the general surroundings.3Ir. the steamer leaves upiter on Wednesdays Gutferte end Metal Work of all Kinds.i

small building on Main street next to and 3Irs. C. C. Curtis, of Or- Fridays and Mondays at foura.

the ''Exchange"and fitted it up for a chid, are in town this week.Ir.. m., and is due 3Ielbourne, at seven

council-room and also for holding May Curtis met his mother among the passengers o'clock p. m. Steamer leaves 31elbourne Corrugated Iron Roofing,

or's court. Our new town clerk will on Monday ; she, coming direct
daily (except Sunday) at five a. in. and Galvanized Iron Cornices.
generally be found there ready attend. : from Chicago to Indian River, must find is due at Titusville at eleven a. m.

to all business in his line. in agreeable change of climate from Train leaves Titusville 1:45 and 1:1'(.
at p. m. TI>< fiT TiaH BOX, SOL1JEU, TIXXC11S' StJPPLIl,
-31 rs. W. S. Graham greeted her there to here.Christmas. arrives at Sanford at 4:40. Freight for
Estimte- GiVEn and Wort Executed in all Parts of tie State.
awaitin husband on the arrival of the is only about a month steamer is received at Titusville up to

train Monday moraine, and the unusual ahead, and 1889 will soon be here. The twelve o'clock noon, and for the train W. T. COTTER Sanford, Florida.

gloom which spread itself over our new year will open up with an eclipseof until one p. m. 26

councilman's face from the disappointment the sun on the first day thereof, commencing -

of her delay in arriving on Saturday at two o'clock p. in. At ]least Notlce.--Coullt Pamphlet. WE CALL THE ATTENTIONOf
Oldster this is what Work having; been suspended' the
last was speedily dispelled. our astronomical editor tells

Johnnie is looking fine. us-so it must be so. I bounty dersigned_ pamphlet is now instructed for some time to complete, the un- the people of Indian River to our stock of Go*K
which we are offering at close margin.
3Iessrs. Hamilton -The risers the same at once. Advertisements to very
A. 31. & Co. early on 3Ionday morn We make of
a specialty
throw liberal coating of white frostat a limited extent, will have careful at
were compelled to away nearly ing saw a
tention if forwarded to me without
fifteen barrels of fish on Monday which intervals in this vicinity. The conditions delay.

had been delayed several days on the for frost Sunday night were very Respectfully, Groceries Grain Hay and Flour

way from the Inlet here on account of favorable, the sky perfectly clear, and A. L. HATCH, ,

the heavy north winds, which preventedthe scarcely a breath of wind. From down City Point. of
stock
On which we will give special inducements. We carry a large
Emily S. from making the trip on the river we learn that a light frost was

time. Steam is the proper motor to rely noticeable as far south as 3Ielbourne.It GENT'S FURBISHING GOODS BOOTS AND SHOES HATS AND CAPS 6TC.

on for this business. is to be hoped that the recent cool Pianos l Organs Which M care offering at low figures. There needing hoes will find it grt. tlc N

-1ti'e hear it reported that 31iss Elliot weather will cause "Bronze John" to their interest to give us:: a call as:: we are selling shoes very low.
We will be pleased to quote prices at any time.
take farewell leave of all infected
will, probably, take charge of the Mims parts

school instead of the one at LaGrange, of our State. E. L. JBR..A.D .

.owing to a misunderstanding among the -We learn from 3Iajor Adaer 3Ic- If you want to purchase a
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patrons of LaGrange: about sending their Crory that Capt. Kinney, of Buffalo,
Piano or Organ, write to the un-
children to their school. Some seem to who owns a fine young orange grove in BOBBINS & GRAHAM

r prefer sending to Titusville academy Turnbull hammock, about a mile north dersigned or give him a call. ,

from the south end of LaGrange, while of this place, is soon expected to visit Can sell you any of the in- _

others living at the opposite end of the ; Indian River. From a Chicago paper !

place propose to patronize 3Iims.Mrs. : we clip the item that Capt. Kinney struments of the best and lead- REAL ESTATE BROKERS & LOAN AGENTS

-: J. P. Turner received a fine I made the quickest trip on record with ing makers at prices that defy

upright piano last Saturday; from the the propeller, Robert 3Iills, from Buffalo competition.

3Iathushek Pianoforte Co., New Haven, to Chicago,the distance being traversed

Ct. It was purchased through the well in three days and seventeen hours. LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD.

known house of Ludden and Bates, We venure to say that if he pushes his Pianos> and> Dips> sold on the I Installment > Loans Negotiated on First Class Security at from 12 to 24 per ceat
Savannah. It is a fine instrument, and orange grove forward with the same

)Irs. Turner, who played some of her success that he manages a steamer he t plan when teirel Disconntto > Choice lots in rapidly growing Towns, will net investors ICO jr

will have remunerative golden cent. in twelve months.
well other compositions soon a
own as as uponit Churches Organs
on>i ><
Residence lots in Titusville from S20 to 81000.Business .
just after its arrival, appeared well treasure in the "Land of :Flowers.; : up
lots from $250: to $2,500.Agents
pleased with it in every way. -Capt. and 31rs. 0. S. Porter, of All correspondence will receive prompt

Lake Worth accompanied by 31r. A. attention.E. .
-3Irs. Lowden, who has been north i for Florida Southern Lands.
:\ F. Porter, who is just out fromEastman's II. WAGER Railway
on a lengthened visit of four months, is ,
j Poughkeepsie N. Y. arrived
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now At home again at her millinery and in nearly evert
here .on Monday from a trip through Titusville, Florida. More than 3,000,000 Acres of Choice Lands, located

dressmaking establishment on Washington many of the northern and western stateson county in the State, suitable for Farming, Grazing, Fruitand"egetabj
aveauewhere she has on view quitean Growing Pine, Cypress and Cedar Timber, price 81 percre
their home. Capt. Porter thinks .
way EACOTT & CO.
extensive line of ladies'and misses I upwards.
that a large portion of the travel to
wearing apparel, suitable to all classes. i P. O. Box 250
Titusville Florida.A. .
Florida this winter will be directed to TITUS 7LLE FIA., ,
She is also anticipating the arrival ofa

large stock of millinery goods of the Indian River and the southeast coast, TINS: SHEET-IRON WORKERS. A. STEWART, GEO. M. BOBBINS, WALTER S. 6RANAbt'
and, of course, during his extended trip
latest most approved, and fashionable Clerk Circuit Court. Atty. at Law. '
if he has not interested good
a many to
styles, selected from first-class wholesale
come this way, we say he is a very poor GUTTERING ROOFING COMPANY.
houses, to which attention will be calledin BREYARD ABSTRACT OF TITLE
real estate agent; but, however, he is
these columns as soon as they com And Manufacturing of Tin Ware. '
to hand. Mrs. Lowden will be glad to still holding open his proposition to any Complete Abstracts of Title furnished to all lands In D
lady and gentleman that visit Lake GALVANIZED WORK,
Yard county Florida.
have alt her old patrons in Titusville
Worth and are disappointed with the And Repairing of all kinds.
and vicinity, as well as on Indian River, Titles Perfected.
country, which is that he is readyto Examined and
give.her a call and examine her new pay their expense of returning to Location MAIN ST., near river.
good their former "dearest spot.:' 32 Box 28O, Titusville, Fla.ill .