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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: December 6, 1888
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
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.VOL. IX. I TITUSVILLE FLA. THURSDAY DEC. 6
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'linIN. this growth, for growth it is. Can we Lake Wortb. Ford and Gibson Controversy.SEBASTIAN I test which will not in anyway interfere

Very disagreeable weather during the fiord to let that which has stirred the Still cool, FLA., Dec. 1st, 1SSS. with our personal :good: will toward each
past week. greatest thinkers of the world pass! without other, I am willing to let my friends
But very pleasant. Editor Florida Star: forward but if
,I put me you have personally
}Irs. Beck and daughter, Miss Ida, let a thought'u'YhiIe we" have time The Mary B. left for the north on the I have seen Mr. Xesbitt's lung explanation any desire for the office and believe -
.spent a few days at Osteen this week. us do good unto all men. in the latest STAR, and notice that the opposition is only a mat-

Mr. Elliott and family have taken i 28th.The his statement as to my having "manu ter of spite ou the part parties havingsome
: Jupiter. Bon Ton left on the 20th!) for the personal dislike to you, I will not
of the Hiawatha for this win- factured the corre-pdndencc"; between !
possession B. I. ItCapt. consent to be their tool. I trust I have
'; ter. I Frank Houston, the able pilot, and himself; and Mr. Cain, and now lean !I made myself clear. Kindly let me hear
Archie Lindscy. the cabin boy of the and Mrs. Porter and son arrived the I I from on the matter
)Ir. B. J. :Minis has rented Mrs. Anna public to judge: from his own l letter you soon. *
S.> \'. White, bavins mastered all the home on the :'JOth. whether I am telling the truth, or Yours respectfully,
Carlile's house! for the winter, theymoved :
W. J. \'ESRITT.Omar. .
last week. details and technicalities, all the : Palm Beach has been a special delivery whether he has been acting the hypo
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ology and !swagger: incidental to Jlhra--c-I I postofnce for some time. crite. _\:0; to 31 Ir. Xesbitt's doubting! my S-: jl jour.Kind -.
Mrs. John
, Mr. and Einij paid llockJefce inland !
; m vessel, den
jded on statement to hisul'ptlrtin Mr. Cain
; This is :g nod weather for tomato plant- as ;!
short visit last week : friends, du we fully realize
a they were j
Dec. 2nd joccan. j
to take a cruUupon the he did not include that in his ll
both pleased with the place and river. ng.: and lots of plants are now being set -ttcr The great blessing we receive,
" out. but lie did announce verbally to more Tu be taught of dearest Jt-sus,

)Irs. Anna'arlileanddaughter: Edna, Starting with a fair tide for tlll"Inl't An "Article 49"election! is now than one gentleman in this settlement That in him we may believe.

Wednesday for a visit down the rilr in a skiff, they found the breakers on talked about but liquor is sold in that he would :support )ir. Cain, but itwas K-arot Jesus; Sweetest Savior ;
no
'< they visit Courtney, Cocoa and other the bar much heavier than expected, he after he found himself; placed in Who euiuu down to earth from heaven,
county.A Sutured all that could be sobered
points before returning.The : and in trying to return capsized the such an unfortunate position, illegally That to us life might be given.
of Seminole Indian
: : are
:Misses: Mabel and Lillian Hub joat. With ravenous sharks protruding party trying totpe justice as well as iKjstiuaster .
We waaft'!\ t'arrto himAll
camped down the lake, so venison will
erts iq>cnt a plca.sant Thanksgivingwith : : : their dorsal fins above the seething "united' wisdom"). It seems that the our sadness amid our care;

their friends, the Misses Dicken- waves, and darting under and around he plentiful just now. little ring of would-be wire pullers, Fur he promised to assist us I

son, at Aurantia, returning: Friday accompanied he upturned boat, with chilling: breakers Xo school at either :Nchonl-hou: onPhankssriving pulled entirely too hard for him. And to all our burdens! bear.

by little Miss Mary Dickin submerging: and then ]leaving their day.1'e may also add, Indeed ,It has not taken much wireto We can find no pain nor !sorrow
and turkeys home either. lint that lie has suffered too
heads pull him the eider barrel various ;
to
son. exposed to the biting blast, the..ctwo on Hit-re can be no depth of trouble

)Jr. A. S. Dickinson came down Tues young men clung to the side of the Election! contests now seem to be the occasions. I now conclude my"med That lie has not passed through.We .

day to complete arrangements: for the skiff, and with voices growing: fainter as order of the day. Bt'ttero: slow I dlesome effusion," and remain respectfully must think when] we have crusMesOf

sin"in -8chool, but it was such a rainy hey drifted toward the Gulf Stream, gentlemen, or you will do more harm the one our Lord did bear;
do ailed for aid. ban good. ARTHUR C. FORD. Of His patient resignation
evening, not many were present" not To the pain lie sutured there.
know as yet where or when the next Capt. Fitzgerald: of the steamer Chat- A little suit loomed on the legal: -
Editor Florida Star: Then our hearts will be much lighter
meeting: will be. ahoochce, his son Eddie, and ::\Ir. S. horizon last week, hut:1S sen>ibly and For they will be tilled with love ;
DEAR SIR-I notice in last issue
---- lolli.ster, being on the ocean beach quietly settled without further expense your Given to our blessed Saviour,
corglanu. heard. the cries of distress, and startedin or hard feelings.Capt. that Mr. D P. Gibson has publishedsome Who doth live heaven above.
letters from W. J. Xesbitt to him
Mr. Burchfiel's new home has just a metallic life-boat} to the rescue. E. X. Dimick is: rejoicing over "'c will choose Him for our model
self concerning the between And I'm He'll "
controversy
received its first coat of paint. They helped the unfortunates into the a bran new and(! only son, which his wife \ sure ne'er say "NayVlmen ,
hc and I, in which J. Xesbitt denies to strengthen us we ask"Him"
The Messrs. Hall are grubbing, clearing ife-boat, but when they started to return resented: to him on the 30th, just one my affirmation as to his correspondence Come, kind friend-, and let us pray.
found the tide so strong against lay too late to cat his Thanksgiving:
and getting ready for building. with Dempsey Cain denouncing Mr. "Our Father who art ;n !heaven"To
hem that they could not stem it. dinner with his Pa. Thee address
we our prayerThat
II. K. Hughes: has just returned from I Gibson, and even goes; so far as to slan-
In this plight they by the we may learn with cheeifulness',
were
!seen
The newly-opened inlet to have
rather a long visit to East. Tennessee. :seems der me, and propose to J give; a kick for To all our burdens bear.
nan on watch at the Life-Saving let in too much water lately-iu fact it
trouble but let the little
Several who my ; me warn "
parties, own winter residences "Hallowed be Thy Name
Station, and reported to Capt. Carlin ,
i is all inlet and no channel just now.
are expected to return soon. Canadian subject that he is now in the We say with all our heart,
who immediately launched his surf-boat As the water goes down it is to be Southern States of America, and when But mortal nee'r can realize

Other buildings: were to be built this and rescued Houston, Lindsey and their hoped it will cut a ;good channel. lie undertakes the job he will find a How hallowed thou art.
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fill but have been commenced
not yet vould-be
rescuers. Cocoanuts seem to do as well, if'not man instead of a juvenile that the public "Thy Kingdom come," we do request,
Oar settlers are more or less! engagedin : The skiff which capsized drifted out setter here than in any other part of would suppose: me to be after Mr. Yet'LTpon earth as it is in heaven;"

truck farming or preparing for the of sight at sea, and but for the timelyaid the State, to judge by the looks on the Gibson's criticism, and quite able to The there advantages are none now who given.rightly use

same. rendered, might have carried two trees. James MacFarlane has ten or cope with him. I surely do not live &o "Thy will be done," we humbly ask,

Mr. 0. N. Page been making additions souls with it. a dozen trees, only six years old last far from him but that he could find me But we are all so weak

to his dwelling and other improvements Capt. Fitzgerald, Mr. S. Hollisterand July, that are full of nuts, some havingas if he wanted to. That when 'tis best a cross to bear

oo his place. EddIe Fitzgerald deserve and have the many as one hundred and fifty on Now since he defies me or any one We consolation seek.

I F. C. Allen is improving the front of heartfelt gratitude of all concerned. in different stages: of growth, from the else to produce the correspondence that "Give us this day our daily bread;
The food of our souls) to be,
his store and other buildings at the I Capt. Chas. Carlin and his crew of :ull'sized nut down. He challenges any he seems to think is not in existenceand That the strength may increase of our desire

steamboat,Ian ding.! the Life-Saving Station are satisfied other part of the State to give a better pronounces Mr. Cain and all his To follow and imitate Thc ,

Dr. Fish's new residence is now with knowing that they have tried up- showing. friends alligator hunters, Mr. Cain is no "Forgive us as!' we forgive our debtors"

ready for occupancy, and only needs an on this and other occasions to do their llev. E. Gale, who has been summering longer in favor of shielding a man whois Ah, let us also pray.

external dressing of paint. duty. in his whilom Kansas home, and trying to serve two masters from pub- For grace the injuries to freely forgive laid and forgetAll

Mr. Freeman HaIl has MATTHEW WALKEH. also acting as missionary to the heathenin lic opinion, so he handed me the letterto away.
nearly completed "
"Lead into
teintation
us not ; ..
that blizzard-stricken country, arrived use as I saw fit. I hereby send a
a neat little yacht of 18 feet, and For we're not sufficiently strong
is likely to christen it "The Clipper" as Died, home to the joy of his friends, on copy of the same to the STAR for.publi- To resist all ourselves, therefore We pray

Boon as launched.Mr. At his residence, at Georgians: Bre- the 28th; bringing: with him L. B. cation, and heartily invite Mr. Gibsonor That thou wilt save us from wrong.

vard county, Florida, Mr. Charles Hall, Parker, a proselyte to Prof. Gale's faithin any one else who will approach me These favors we ask of Thee oh Lord,
II. J. Allen' is
new dwelling in manly and ask for the originalto For "Thine is the kingdom and j>ower"
aged 57. lie was the eldest son of the Florida. This gentleman will locate a way,
the While the all mankindIs
nearly complete as to carpenterand privilege given to
permanently here provided our climate be shown, I shall promise not to disappoint
joiner work. lIe has the lathingalso late Mr. John Hall, a merchant of to worship Thee every hour.
fur Madras, East Indies, and married the puts back into him the health that the them. NKTTIE MAY GIFFORD.XOTIt'E. .
nearly ready plastering.The
daughter of Mr. Robert Baxter, of blizzards and cyclones up there have Before I commence copying the letterI
cool weather is cheering to all here- London about succeeded in blowing out of him. wish to say that I have seen some- .
England.
abouts Six weeks after date I will apply. to
although universal good health
and
Of that he has thing over twenty-one summers, am
to
1 Twenty-five years of his married life course means come the Honorable Minor S. Jones. County
las been the condition of things with fully responsible for actions and i Florida --f'r(
he spent on landed property in the west my can Judge of liievanj county. ;
J U8 here all the season ; yet the afflictec stay.The produce the original: of the letter now letters of administration on the estate of
of Ireland. He converted norther which struck last
was soon us I
places iu our State are relieved from the published. Trusting that Mr. Gibson will Susan P. 1'ussell, late of said county, de-
after and carried on evangelical work, week was not only a long-winded one ceased. All the kin and creditors and,
yellow fever epidemic, and both travel now find fhe trator, I am, very respectfully other Interested will
therefore
his home until his :
preaching near own but, curiously enough: caused unusually persons
G't wd trade can be resumed in the usual take notice.
.to Way health gave way. His nervous- system- high water. Old settlers say they never II ARTHUR C. FORD. JAMES A. KUSSELL.
broke down entirely owing chiefly to the saw the ocean itself any higher than it I, Dated November 29th, 1888.

strain upon his system while attending was on the 25th and 26th, and out of all I
Church Service at Cocoa.An Micco, BREVARD BOUNTY, FLA., Citation.To .
to the civil duties of his magisterialoffice interviewed only one or two ever saw
October 9th, 1888. all whom it concern.
has been made by may
arrangement : which he held under the govern- the lake any higher. Gardens on either
Mch services will be read each SundayAfternoon Dempsey Cain Esq., Sebantian, Take notice that on the 5th day of
ment of England. The dangers he was side of the lake we're overflowed. All January A. D. 1888 I will apply to the

at the Episcopal church, in surrounded with while holding this low land was under water, and if the DEAR SIR-I hope to get down to Hon. Minor S. Jones, County Judge of

Cocoa, by a lay-reader (except when an civil position obliged him to leave Ire- lake had been rough many landings see you this week, to talk over the nom- Brevard county Fla., for letters of administration

ordained clergyman is present,) as long land, and he, with his famibcame to would have been carried away ; but all ination for justice, which took place on Warren, deceased, of the, and estate all and of George sundrythe

... as itlnay seem desirable. The time for Moultrie, Fla., in the year 1883. A escaped with only the loss of just a few Saturday, as matters now look I will be kindred andcreditors of said George

the service on the coming Sunday is apPointed few months afterwards he joined the loose timbers. A severe storm north quite unable to do so, and therefore Warren deceased are hereby admonishedto

S.:-- at 2:30 o'clock, standard time. M. E. Church South, with three of his east of us was, possibly, the cause of the ,write jou. I desire first to say definitely fice be of and said appear judge on and said how day cause at the why of-

On last Sunday there was a Thanks cool wind and high water, although that I have no sympathy with the remarks said letters of administration should not

--. ,fling service which owing to the uu- sons.During his illness, which was lung some said the latter was caused by the of Colonel Gibson about yourself be granted.

fuorable"eather, and the fact that it and painful, he was most patient ; and, sinking of the whole Florida peninsula.If and believe them to be prompted only Dated this 29th day SOCIETY Nov 1888.WARREN.

**s not generally known that there was being kept by the power of God, and the latter was the cause it must have by personal spite and to have no foun- - .

ant to be a service, was poorly attended, I resting in his Savior the fear of deathwas come up again for we are now head and dation in truth, on the contrary I have ; OTICE.

however shown there was a hearty interest quite removed. Yet, at times, he ears above water, and drying off at a the highest esteem for you personallyand estate All persons of Benjamin having C.claims Willard against, late the of

perM and barring unforeseen draw- experienced much distress from the rapid rate by the help of a second edi- my only reason for allowing myself] Drevard County, deceased, are hereby

s0.i j*cks the service will go on with increasing thought of leaving his family. tion, apparently, of the same norther. to be put in nomination against you wasa required to present them, properly

prosperity. Some money is much The writer would add, in additionto SAM. desire to comply with the expressed authenticated, within the time prescribedby
aged law, to the Honorable Minor Jones
i oFt for repairing the organ, the care the above items, that an acquaintanceof wishes of a number of my friends here County Judge of said County or to the

be> church, and adding to the outfit about five years with the deceased Correction. and at Sebastian. My own wish wouldbe undersigned: or this notice will stand in
18. of. the church in various and it clear of the office of bar of payment; and all persons indebted -
ways, proved him to be one among the few LAGKANOE, FLA., Dec. 4th 18S8. to keep Justice
said
11 to estate are required to
able earnestly hoped that any who may be whose faith wavered not in truthfulnessand Editor Florida Star: entirely as it is neither a pleasant or make immediate settlement with the un

t'ery will assist by attendance and offer- sacredness of the word of God. DEAR SIR-The statement in your profitable one, although one necessaryfor dersigned.

ableand lUgs aorta and in every way they can. Any Amid his many trials and great afflictions last issue of the STAR, stating that the the proper regulation of every cominunity. Administratrix LAURA of the. WILLARD.estate of B. C.

in this direction will be warmly his faith triumphed to the very reason Miss Elliott did not teach the My friends still wish me to Willard. deceased.

appreciated by those in charge to the ground that if effort had Cocoa Fla.. Dec.4th 1888. 33TORENTORFORSALE
nothing say last, learning the blessed assurance that school at this place, was because of a run on au ,

of the more valuable compensator all was well as he passed away into the misunderstanding among the patrons, been made to poll all the votes I would

their own consciousness of helping have had a majority however I in
am
great unseen. is a gross mistake ; Your informant was
4 themselves-and others by their in A. V. II. laboring under difficulties, or had no regard doubt as to the propriety of doing so,

itft pence, direct or indirect-on to a better for the truth. and shall certainly not allow my naiqe A HANDSOME, NEW,

I c0ttl1l more peaceful life here and the --Mr. J. G. Martin, of Merritt, was Miss Elliott had no excuse whateverfor to be taken to the polls if the contest i< MODERN COTTAGE
t'Jff ecUent reward hereafter. The ob3ectofoar Wednes in to be basis for the
among the returning passengers not teaching our school at this place. any way a gratifica-
Ia lives should be goodness, not day. lIe has, been absent from the river LAGRANQEITE.Messrs. tion of personal spite or to be carried on OF EIGHT ROOMS,

{. s or rather that happiness which since the 3rd of April last and does not L in any such spirit as I am sorry to say WITH HALF AH ACRE OF GROUND,

:J mne* from.moral strength, and none of hesitate to state that, in his opinion, the .Hodgson Bros.,in the steamer the old Col. showed that day, I would Nicely laid out. Pleasant surroundings.

,- _:beyond the pale of improvement tourist travel to Florida will be very large Kathleen,returned here from Daytonaon like to hear.from you privately and per- View of River. Address,

'r.-7 .lees ; rind the church is no more nora this season, notwithstanding,the yellow fe. Friday, and left for Eau Gallic on sonally what you ,desire in the matter. MRS. L A. MACKENZIE.
than
organization to promote ver.* Saturday.. If we can have a perfectly friendly,con TITUSVILLE, FLA. 33





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;" MUST HUMANITY STARVE i i. : :c' wafer, then cutting! open, thent L. C. OLIVER. F. T. BUDGE.

11 -..:::.; j.to; a second caldron of boil-

How Shall the Increasing Population of ; .'t c'- and'mimosa: bark. It is finally OLIVER & BUDGE

the World Re ;Fed-An Illustration. ,!><.' sui :a:1 pn-ssed for stowage 7

The troubles at the leading centers of I .." '". :;', .'.4' value has bven quoted at .

population, the agitation of questions .. '-?' i' t.:r dollars per hundred Dealers in

which arc closely connected with wage -.j t'-c fslscries Tire consid-

earning, are all barometric indications of .7-<' H:: i irnportanco.: Will

storms ahead. What shall bo done with ",- i ": :: ,)us fl lc'rmen or GEORGI.lPINE. LUMBER

the rapidly increasing population of the ..- t' t.orou!: r 'i tott of cur ,
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world and how it shall be provided for so i'rr.'wnl settle tho .

as to reduce the friction of bread winning -*-..' .*-*> ta t.> Iv>V" *fc."*f\*J* V4ii** **"

to tho minimum, are grave problems -J : !' ': j.lc-.ticnl KeM SHINGLES AND LATHS.

which may enlist with profit the leading I .
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minds of civilized countries.
I .
Mr. Edward Atkinson, in The Forum, I (>!:eols, five toii' I Si1 jS1 .M-\tAL JEiAEtD: AB.E,

enters into a consideration of the doctrines 1:1

of Malthus and Ricardo. If then I Appliances for Denmark'i

concepts arc to bo received as demonstrations 1 An exhibition was recently Sash Doors and Blinds i Stoves Tinware and Crockery.

of science;, what good, ho asks will Westminster, near London England, ofLoeb's : ; ,

result from tho efforts to ameliorate the appliances which are designed: to i

condition of mankind, to prevent war, to enable the wearer to breathe and work ;
stop famine and to save life from diseases i ? with comfort in dense smoke, and also in I JL AXrJ' .laS A D OAT s?

If human passions and human nature The consists
appliance
poisonous
lead to a disproportion of population in I of a respirator gases. with an India rubber I'' "Refrigerators Water Coolers Ice Cream Freezers

ratio to the means of subsistence, or if mouthpiece. The respirator i- held by ,
the mind of man applied as a factor tc I
two projections, which are grasped be- I
production cannot provide for this ten tween the teeth, and a (flange, Inch lies Screen Wire Screen Windows Screen-Wire Doors.

dency of population[ to increase, without I between the teeth and the lips additional I ,
resort either to violent or to purely artificial i
security being provided by an elastic *
methods of checking it, wo mightas 'I' (band passing around the head. The air POWDER AT NEW YORK PRICES.
well drink and be fer'to-I
"eat merry, is drawn in by the wearer through aseries I

thought morrow for we tho die future," without of the taking race. any I I of small containing respectively j_, IT ITS ,T ILL E F LOT? I DA.TITUSYILLS .

trotsPonge, cotton wool, cotton
\Vitli these doctrines Mr. I .
pessimistic: I -
wool damped with glycerine and animal
Atkinson takes issue. He thinks theyare i I|! TROPICAL AND SUB-TROPICAL FRUITS AND FLOWERS.
charcoal. These filters aro very lightly i
:
based upon very narrow observation.If I packed, so that there is no resistance to Egyptian Queen Pine Slips.XlrTSIvRlKS..
Mclthusor Ricardo had conceived that I'
: I
the act of inspiration, and they are provided
within short Mr. Atkinson i IKDI-e\.K RI\TE11 .
a period says I
with valves which direct the air
/ ironstcno would bo converted into i expired from the hinss into the external I FURNITURE STORE.rosorier i; Bone Meal, Tobacco Stems, Cotton-seed Meal, Cow Peas & Fertilizers.
food for man and beast by grinding into I I Ii
the which is the atmosphere. The entire apparatus weighs II i| CTALOGUEJ.ILED FREE. TERMS C.',=SII.I .
powder phosphoric dag. : I
less than a pound, and can bo u.c'ith; I
waste product of the iron furnace, I out previous practice. I !! JOHN 1;. JIEACH' Indian River Nurseries, East Mribonriir, Fla.
neither.would ha"o't'uturcd to !
present I .
When it is to be employed in an atmosphere I .

such population hypotheses.of the world Malthus would held that increase the I I which is deadly in character I t .8... ? It-1RIGATE IRRIGATE !
I aa in the choke damp of mines, tho air is
faster than of subsistence could boI !
means
drawn from'some placo where it is pure,
found for tho additional number. Ricardo's PROPRIETOR. ; -:0-
through a light india rubber tube. The s!
that of
theory was a given area filter is then strapped to the waist of tho I
land of high fertility when cultivated fora ,
wearer, and the respirator merely con- The rcquistcs of a good Wind Engine
series of years in a certain manner I
tains the valves which cause the air to
would yield diminishing returns in Parlor Suites WjWt
proportion <
to tho amount of labor and capital be drawn through tho pipe and then to InfO POWER, LIGHT && RTXXIXU, SELF3 -
into the A tuba
expire atmosphere.: up I

expended upon it. to a hundred feet in length can be used 0 0 \" E R I X IT a STRENGTH TO WITHtimoRWife -
3Ir. Atkinson reviews these hypotheses Bed Room Suites
with facility. Protection is afforded to
and concludesas i
elaborately, finally
very
: follows: "The mind of man when applied the eyes by a pair of spectacles with !I STAND STORMS, DUCITY. \BII.lTY, 8UI'U-

to the direction of natural forces is !. india rubber rims:: which press tightly on Beds Mattresses
the cheek and brow, and exclude all .
the principal agent in material production I
smoke. Mechanical wipers are added to
; in fact, the controlling element. enable the to bo cleaned without : ,.,
glasses Numbers of
i tes- : can WKirkwoedWind
Those who claim that labor is the source Springs
i removal.. A man wearing tho respirator
i _
of all production are utterly misled, because -
half an hour in a building filled I shown
they do not admit this fundamen spent I to prove the En-
with dense smoke of a most pungent Anti everything in the FURNITUREline.
tal principle. May it not, therefore, bo
more consistent with the concepts of an character without any difficulty, and Call and see the New Stock | gine po&seses all these.
afterward the inventor's representative,
enlightened faith of any typo in which just received.;
with the aid of a flexible air pipe, entered ,
order is: recognized in the universe tot -
present an hypothesis that as the mental I a room containing a dish of burning Keeps full supply of metallic and wooden ;i
and remained there
sulphur some
THE KIRKWOOD WIND ENGINE
faculties of a man are more developedand time. It was clearly demonstrated that I Coffins, Cases and Caskets.
moro intelligently applied to the
conversion of the forces of nature into the respirator would enable the wearer to Funerals attended if desired. All or-I Is the Most Reliable, Durable, Lightest-running and Powerful Wind Engine in

material products, the general strugglefor enter a building filled with smoko and ders promptly executed, and at reasona- vented. Coupled with its symmetrical design and handsome: appearance makes it I
discover the of fire. A
life will become less: and not greater' exact position a rates. Embalming done. 22 most desIrable and economical for the purchaser.
few buckets of water applied
:Mr. Atkinson takes the right view. It promptly .
MILLS TANKS TOWERS PUMPS PIPING.
under such circumstances will do more ,
is optimistic, but at the same time is basedon GREEN AND DRIED FRUITS
the experience of oriental nations. good than the jet from a steam fire en- I Mill can be seen in operation at my place at Eden. Write for Illustrated: Catalogue

The soil is tho great reservoir of man's gine directed at random. On board ship, Foreign Dud Domestic. ,free. Address,
where the result of a fire is to fill the
subsistence. It is the foundation upon i G. LOUTREL
LUCAS EDEW FLORIDA.
hold with smoke, this respirator wouldbe I ,
which all other industries are based. If 23-2&0.
most useful, and this fact ,has been lelser iro Gomp'y
tho earth were rocky, and so sterile as to
bo absolutely unproductive, man himself recognized in the German navy, where ,

could not exist. He lives virtually on Loeb's respirators form part of the official Agents for Bishop, Iloyt & Co's Ham-

the soil There could be no animal life oquiuwent.-London Engineer. mock Land Florida Oranges, LOWER !THE TARIFF !

without the soil. For even the carnivorous Citra, :Florida.
animals indirectly draw their sus- Valne of Old Books.

tenance from mother earth. The soil The moral of all this is that every one

supports those animals on which the meat who has any old books!:, papers or pamphlets -
THAT'S WHAT THE PEOPLE WANT.
eaters lire.Granting. which he doesn't want should give COMMISSION MERCHANDISE.Special U

that the soil is the basis of all them to a library instead of the paper

life,what is the proportion of danger that mill or the fire and that every library DEMOCRATS CAN'T

the theories of Malthus and Ricardo will should have a top drawer, a? that insti- Fruits.
Attention Given Florida ANDREPUBLICAN'S
ever be realized It seems to be very tution fa known to all mothers of families,

small. Man is yet in the adolescent periodof in which to deposit miscellanies of too
28 N. Delaware Ave., and 29 Water St. WON'T
his intellectuality. He will in the future little apparent value to catalog Sev ,

know much more about the forces of enty-fire dollars have been paid for a Philadelphia Pa.
,
nature and how to govern and to prac- quack almanac badly wanted for some BUT I WILL !

tically apply them than he does now. All purpose. And the prices paid for many References-Seventh Nat'l. Bank; Produce

this knowledge will be turned into useful old books of perhaps not very much Nat'l. Bank; Mercantile Agenciesor I AM READY TO LOWER THE TARIFF

channels. We will understand how to greater intrinsic value are-well, Brad any Produce House in Philadelphia.AGENTseoan .

fertilize and cultivate the soil so that it ford's Almanac of half a dozen vacant os
make 95.OO
can never be exhausted and will producethe pages fetches over $500. It was the first proD belling per our

maximum. So long as the soil is issue of tM press in Pennsylvania. The ____ | )for. low We prices.beat the A .

productive >10 long will there be no fear Bay Psalm Book, printed in 1640, in :wail PLUSH PUUTO..utAPH ALBUn.8f

that humanity cannot be supported. Cambridge, fetches.over $1,000, by virtue x 10J!<, EmboHsed, padded hides, gold edges,extension ,
clasp holding J3 of Cabinet
Take as an illustration, tho caso of of Wing the first book printed in the, pictures sent for '1.00,pages retails for $-.l25;bound and Card also tIEN'SYOIITII'S&CHILDREN'Sj

China. The area is not more than one- now United States. The late Henry In of the Japanese Above and Morocco FINCH Illustrated circulars

third the size of the United States. It Stevens once bought a $10,000 library to I -ST'YLt} J1tcM OFurahee.Z skin-, M"'BsE :

supports however, six times as many get a copy of this.: While, if we go I _('ineiunati. Ohio.
people as we have in this country. It back a little further, we may find Mr. I -- ...M double their j

takes care of the increase without any Quaritch. the London bookseller, giving j,I Jl"! i5 11.1 yS}selling mished our Corrugated BRASS money HATS & CAPS BOOTS & SHOES TRUNKS VALISES R
The careful of .
difficulty. most system $20,000 for a book printed by Schceffer, :
fertilization ia observed, and the farmer the second printer, because it is a fino I REFLEGffiB SAFETY LAMP.
ETC. ETC. I
there bestows as much care on his farm, and rare specimen of early typography. Can be sold in every family. Gives I II ,

which is more in the nature of a garden That id about $1,000 a year for tho privilege -!. Full more sized light than Lamp. three sent ordinary by Express lamps.for AT LOW TARIFF PRICES. :
in i thirty cent. We also, have the best -
than a farm, as the flower gardener of owning a book I These be the i selling (:otrt" Pot In the U. S. I
the United States bestows on his exotics. things of which enthusiastic librarians: Send for illustrated circular to

Even Germany, as sterile as it is in many dream.-Philadelphia Times. : FOilS: EE&McMAKINClncInnatl,0: :r- BIRNB.A UJ.V.'S,

parts, con supply millions more people Ir r I <"""

than German it does statistical now. bureau The director has recently of the Economical Locomotive Engineers. I!I PORTER & POTTER THE ONE PRICE CLOTHIER.t

"You have seen the cotton waste with ,
submitted some very interesting figureson which
engineers rub up their engines
4IJ
this subject. His conclusions, whichare Well, that isn't as valuable as gold dust, Real Estate Dealers r
based the statistics Clyde'stoYorkCliarleston&FlorMaS.S.Line.GENERAL k-
on gathered, are .
but every engineer is as careful of it as if ,
that without any effort Germany will be it were. IIe has a bag in his cab to keepit i it
Lake Worth Dade Co. Fla.
able to for its increase in t
care population in, and when he has used it he puts it OFFICES : 35 BROADWAYE1V YORK
for a time so long in the future that it is back in the bog: with as much pains as Lake Worth, Florida z, the most tropical part of
removed from the realm of human spec- the State. It lies parallel with the ocean beach, is2U t 1 NEW YORK, AUG. 16, 1SSS. i
old would with her
an lady use quilt I
of width of mile
ulation. miles long, an average one is I I
pieces. Quite the natural thing for himto connected with the ocean b v an inlet, and it nowhere
Think of the unoccupied lands in Asia, do, you say; but there's where you over three-quarters of a mile from the ocean. FOR FEBNANDINA, FLA., DIRECT.Steamers r '
in North and South America in Africa. The flushing and hurting; can cot b-trctlled: pompano -
It will be centuries and centuries before are wrong. Unless men are trained to ,bio e fish tea trout, bariacuta, uteepbead and are appointed} to sail from Pier 29, East River, New York, r.f :
be careful about these things the natural other fine nth being easily caught by trolling or 1 1l
these lands are even all partially tilled. seems to be to throw or otherwise ,.ith a net. Deer and wild ta'key ar. clentiful 1l I
When it is tilled there can be no limit to way than away the p'ne! woods tejopd tie chain of fresh water Every Wednesday: at 3 p. m.DELAWARE. 1t
lose Now .
more
they save. lakes which lie west of Lace Worth Beautiful cocoanut :
the industries which will be
it and the people which will supported find in these by suppose every engineer on the road saves grovea are in beanig ,,'.}a'ong.'illoa tbe,shores of ...............................................................Wednesday&pL -6t1 :.-,,
5 cents a day by an economical use of oil the lake ard guavas.augota sapa alligator 1
apples,Spanish 1'men, Jamaica apples, L
industries their employment and hanes8.Detroit ppi- pears,stfgar
t
and waste, that amounts to a pretty tamarinds coffee,gooioerry trees maumee apples, FB.Ol\2: FEB.N A.NDD.\T:: A '
,.> Free Press. penny when you reckon on the thou- maumee Bapott, almond. dates figs, oranges,
limes lemoas,citron and all kinds of tropical trait. DIRECT FOR tf
NEW YORK.
aands of engines run by the road. You II
finely here. This is
The Canadian "Sea Cucumber" and flowers are doing the most Il
see how system and discipline pay! eastern part of Florida. being 100 miles east of the
In the waters surrounding the Atlantic There's nothing like it!"-Philadelphia longitude of JackwnTille. This brings the Gulf Steamers are appointed to sail every TUESDAY, as follows :
provinces a holothurian, pentacta fron- Stream nearer tn the land here than at any other **

aosa, Jaeger, very similar to the trepangof Times. part of tbe coast, and thus insures the most even GULF STREAM..............................................................Tuesday, StpLTbe ji. tr
temperature of any p'ate in the United States. A .m Da
the Malay and Chinese coasts, is foundin Campaign Against Saccharine. large acreage is put in garden truck every winter freight and passenger accommodations are unsurpassed. Every attention .
great abundance. It is called by our', The French sugar makers have commenced from 15,000 to 20.000 bushels of early tomatoes be given business entrusted to this Une fir .Ji
FastY'or ;
tug grown every year which bring from $1.50 to Direct shipments from New York via Clyde's FJo, da Line Fiertf. ,
I fishermen the "sea cucumber" or sea a campaign against saccharine $5.00 per bush Good hotel, stores and post farther iotormation apply to. 1
pum p kin.tt'A few ,experiments have extracted from coal tar Experimentshave offices are convenient. Lot of all sizes and prices J. A.,STEAD.Agent, J.A. LESLt ;TIDe._na.
i been -made it article of food shown that it is not but secure d by the above firm who have almost all oft Fernandina,Flt. 53 W.Bay 8t.,Jackso 'L : It
as an noxious
on Gf
r.
.bebes t land to Bell Parties buying DOW will, in.' TFi 0. G. ZGEB Maotger, WTt[. P. CLYDE -' :0. .. ,
{ and it has been pronounced good, with the Society of Agriculturists have petitioned S bon time more than double the purchase money Boatdway:1.; Y. It SoutbW.ban'el, Pt1Usde1pll1a.F. .Dom $
the flavor of lobster meat Trepang, ,in ,the government to forbid its manufacture LOts range from 6 to 10 acres all fronting on Lake .'IKONHOKGXB: :, Jf.i.LCralTrareltagA$.o .aaekwBTU1SlBco fat" ...,

l- the east,is prepared by dipping the' live as prejudicial 'to the beet root \7ortb.wishing: further Prices from information$30 ta $enclose 000 an acre.stamp Anyonr to the last season VEHTILATOftS have been constructed oa the troD rietfff* ,,

*aca cucumber- .for two minutes ins. sugar trades-New York,Son. bore Crm .. better traasfortttloa'o* Oras aa4 Tefe;> ..

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r THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, DEC. 6. 1888. a


New York, and Its Taboos are scattered, rater bays; or the many. ""half door"housesof

jR4DATION and everywhere, even among the poorest the Five Points, in times more remote, appreciate -
'i'.ikr.r. poor, are in the minority. Even in those that tho town has furbished up its

wretched tcut-cenu of tha Fourth and Sixth decency, so far as appearances go, to a RtIMPR'SIILLINERY s. H. RAY
wards, ibcre sra sufficient of deeply unfortunate highly creditable degree. If New York has ,
but iwaest. and self respecting poor to not been able to extirpate this form of vice-

t; IsThereaWhitechapelin New compel the vicious elements of society mixed as no city probably ever will-it has,at least,
, among them to some measure of self repression scattered it so that everywhere it appears to

t' York? and decency. be in the minority. And, even among the Successor to J. C. Norwood and Co.,
I Duux rxxrss SOT so comiorr.Drunlrcmuits most degraded; and destitute c-i' New York's
ii not so common a vice "unfortunates," it is rare to -.*"' ow who has I
,r,. wjtLVETF103MS"AND"9i0tGUEs'. amen; ecu the most depraved clats &j it iareported Eunk to such bight as ap 'eaia to be tae
to be arccus all the grades cf d- CO nnoa L):. of u> many thous:.Lus in V.'hju- TITUSVILLE, FLA.1jenI .
pravity infesting Whifechapel, and tha chaps!
Gotham I* H:& bat Not go Hud tut London I offense of it is not so flaunted upon the The ''!'U.market," Armory Hall and a

i .. streets, cud habitually condoned by the police few :.-l.,.; i-'iOrtsiathsFourth vtrd have
II! nl -
: here, as it is there. It is true that, not l.elJoJ...*uly paraded as constitutuij: nuclei i
r la New Vcrl -Ot-n District of I" l'meo'rlmc. infrequently, ladeous being, male:. and [9- at lc:.;toy .1 Sew York "iVnitecLci-d. liosh:

a .... male, bloated blear eyed tP.ttere.l'ITC' <'ks o' They u e simply dance houses, bad enc.L-.ja AND
humanity, are to bo Keen stoggonng through places, J.() I doubt, in their way, bat tL=:u-wayis
Since t'r!' > VrhitQchapel niun!4n; began to New York's streets But ii cannot be said i a ssi-11 one. MerchandiseSTORE.
fascinate t-e! horrific- iutent of the worMfantartinlly that there is KIJJ section of the city in which The f-('i ... ..!lat there is: too inuc'u can.vtj I .
imagirativo reporters. of tho i that is the ni aial condition of a large portion raci.iy in LIJ la the Aracrlcau raetroji'1L F) F (V r 1 tn
jnetropo.is have been trying to find and describe I of the population, or in which the spectacle ; tug .UL.-U: probability for gowi reward e.r l 4 i'I
"the Whitofhajx of New York." of it so common as not t<> cuiiiO! remark kouc-At u-a\or; too much several rrodti.n ft L f) l !-t

Disconnected, fragmentary bits of the and very probably the pronly:j active in- ; too .r..Ly wide streets, electric light:
lower conditions of metropolitan life they Wrest of a policeman. Those t1 ir-; are con- and ",;; i. j.t policemen for the cxist ace cfVLiucLui. .
bare discovered that by exaggeratedly luril I tionly hived in tbe'4velvtt r'jI1ot tbe a \ .>vl in New York
depiction could bo made to appear worthy I hm 1rguf.s" where they have courted realization ESTABLISHMENT.TITUSYILLE
ef "iVinterhcpel; but the exieteacw in ttiut j of an English poet's assurance that "tLe Cuts fttv e:iven with this article of tee ,
R city oft:<*h a district ta that vuot pool of i lc-t of life i is but intoxication: until they cu.I't that surround the Morgue daily
bin degradation and misery iu Loudon isnntru I can dur':n; tie cxcitemeiit in London over the
pursue not too "weaving;; way1 along I
** and even impossible. Poverty, vice j the M i and crime arc there in heart Kirkctiing abundance I odhounds: that Sir Charles Warren tried
l ut their aggregate volume U comparati t I :, hinging and insulting or outraging; to hard to make. of use ia tracking: the fiend, .
*,'l3* email, and the condition of their chance decent wayfarers in a stupendous awl \\nosa failure undoubtedly led to his First-'Class: StockOF
the
'I l'Cbildio 1 es chief of London police.
being prevent their massing into such H stupendous coiuii'uual orgie a* their kind are accus-
totality of evil as in tbe English toni>d to do in White-jhapeL For the!. benefit -
metropolis.To of tlw! who in their innocence may suspect ORANGE BOX STRAPS.

manufacture a Whitechtpel in New tti,h-e words-"velvet roonjb" and -
Use the Twined Wire Box Strap.
York we would in the first place require "morgue" beirig shad,;, it may be explained FOR SALU tr
each a mace of tangled streets as are foundin tktt u "morgue" is a common a[;K llation LITTLE JJUOS Orlando Tla.
New York only in the Ninth ward, which fur a peculiarly low clays dntikiug TAMP.V COSIMElrCIAL t'O., Tampa: Fla.
used to Ije Greenwich Village-a section of saloon (sometimes also called a "distillery") VfV. KLAFI', on. WRITE. .TO Dt'l.anJ, Tl I have just r<'l'(' \"ctl'my STOCK of

the city in which even born New Yorkers are where ad alcoholic liquors of equally unutterable THE TWISTED: \VIih tiny S1KAP eCl;:r.\XY, MILLINERY GOODS; tin* embracesthe
liable to l1 jrt'f'llW:1.i M.t-ii. New Yor:'. 31 LATEST STYLES and SHADE .GROCERIES
that maze would have to lw fifty times as bid sold for three or five cents per small tumblerful -
as all that labyrinthine portion of New York. ; and the "velvet room*! is an apartmentat J. H. SHIREMAN, of ,
But in nothing more than its intricacy does I the back of the "morgue," carpeted with
the Ninth ward euggfbt a thought of Whitech&peL sawdust and filth, where thoroughly inebriated 'i"OIut, 1'A.GCN'EKL .

It U populated by respectable, industrious customers, male and female, sleep off COMSIIS-slOS ANt> rURCHASIXO ADIES'
thrifty citizens, who live comfort their intoxication stretched upon the floor. AGENCY bur all 1m.,' of Fruits l'anuill: DRY OOllS9NOTIONS
ably. The aristocratic element may ill) MacUi'jfry, Etc.:
A let of Orangfs Wautfd for t'linetiiia.
cant in the throngs that good humoredlyjgfitle Sjti..l.otory l."!!t'rti e.s or N-I'urlt. )jn'lI.
) each other on tho crowded sidewalks 31 t'orMALABAR '.) WUltl'
--. ."---- -- ------ .- -- FELT & STRAW HATS
there in tho evenings, but little want is apparent -
and viou in not conspicuous. Cer- CIGAR FACTORY. ,, ,
tainly not in the old Gtveawiuk Village need i

we look for any WhitechapeL8O1CE ( 1 \ "il tJ EH. C.Manufacturer. fShu'f.k, E''i Jt'etol''.
FUrry BAA FH.CES.There .
1r RIBBONS FEATHERS Etc.
UMX! to be in the Fourth and Sixth .\" { } of fine Havana and Domestic Hens' Ladies' &: Cbildr'lIs'SaOES.
wards-in the former within bowshot of I Cigars. Trade supplied with fine
where the New York awl of the EaU river hand niadegoods. Orders promptly filled. :

bridge now stands and in the latter about Factory Malabar, Fla. 28

the "Five Points1-many buildings tenantedby Em COAEIXB WAIUUCtf'S BLOODHOUNDS. : .

the most wretchedly poor, the irreclaimably Some of the kindest "morgue" keepers let F. GRAY.
vicious and the lotlmluina1 dregs of their beet regular customers habitually sleep S_- .
-
the population, pLaavi worthy of be vilest there, when they have no other homes, to i MISS SWAIN, a lady of experiencein
portions of WhitecliapoL Bonus of them still keep them out of the clutches of the police. Watch Makar and Jeweller. Dressmaking and in Trimming Hats -
exist, on Uarter, C errrl&1DL'Q. Oliver aud One never sties in New York bunches of
ShO)>at JoLu 1:. Dixou'b Dine: Store Tiuisvillo, ITa will be in charge of this Department to
other streets and the adjacent alleys in those wretched women, huddled together forwarmth
wards, and their oonditfou is such as to ,steeping in area ways, unused cellars ALL WORK WAK1IANTED. Design, or trim to order all Hats purchased -

sicken and wddea any dooeut explorer among and such 1iL.a. phioea. lisle tramps sometimesdo if desired. She will also Design ATS

them. Like the LaLifntion* of the nii r&bl6 fio, but if discovered by the police are NA U IAN'SHEWSP and MAKE TO ORDER DRESSES ,
class of beings frow among whom the White- very liable to be sent up "to the island,"
chapel sMusia has selected. his victims, they where they will be much butter uT; a fact of when the materials are purchased from
reek with fouhu, are dork* fillad wfth a which tbe tramps often testify their oppre- APER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY stock. It is not my intention to establish

fetid atavotfphem, kav small, low ceiled, elation by the autu.mDAl perpetrat on of some Dressmaking Department to
a my
ill ventilated rooms, wherein the unfortunate I petty crime uoh as scooskuig. shop windowor THE PIOKEEE'i AGEXGY.
beings abiding there are packed. without regard business for the profits in Dressmaking, CLOTHING
I a small theft: while a policeman is locking For terms and sample copies address
comfort, health or deooucy. Sometimes at them-and so earning free board and warm but only to assist or promote my sales in
even the cellars of bone buildings, lodging through a hard winter CHAS.H. NAUMAN, Dress Goods. Goods bought elsewherewill ,
where there are no floors aul pool of foul, THE! rUDWEK. BOWEBT.
Haulover P. O., Brevard county, Fla. be made
slimy black water stand in the dfiprwJons of In garish show and coarse temptations to not up.
the poUDdl.i e4 as lodging places,where ignorant curiosity and wi.Utulce the lower
scavenger and besotted things that have cod of the Bowery presauts more resemblances I A. L. Hatch & Son 1 bought three thousand dollars worth I I Gent's Furnishing Goods,

been women sleep on piles of rags and. straw. to tbe moet pr&MutaJjle lido of White- and more in
But such hideous places are isolated now, ohapei life than anything else that New DFALERS IN

are exceptions, and not the rule, even In the York has to offer, but the imitation is comparatively ALSOCROCKERY
lowest localities, and year alter year grow tepid and colorless. A few years DRY GOODS NOTIONS

: f-89"'er.- --- ago here were scores of glittering saloons ,

with bands of music in them, "pretty waiter DryAnd Goods
I r girls" serving customers at the tables, vri'ie Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery, GLASSWARE
--iF rooms dedioajtod to the vilest uses, nymphs Stationery, Family Medi- ,
du pave haunting them by hundreds to ply
r cines Garden Seeds
, : shameful traffic ,
: their gamblers, thieves and .
L thugs risking them their stalking. ground, GROCERIES HARDWAEE
crimes of violence against person and prop- CHOICE can how you, in a few days, a
.
rP
1 erty nightly oocurrenoas in tnom. On Broadway Most Excellent u.Assortment in' liaterlalsand
j ;;- they were palatial. In the cellars along Hay Corn Mapes Fertilizers.
C 11 r tZTlN it Chatham street they were nakedly vile Be- Grades of Prices.A AND
CITY POINT FLORIDA.
tween those two extremes there were all large portion of these; I had the
I grades in externals, but the internal character -
rJ fortune to secure at Bankrupt Sale,
i of all was equally damnable.: Their proprietors INDIAN RIVER ART GALLERY good
-- did "a Lwd oboe business," and by I, and secured some Bargains, which I propose -
{ power of money and political influence commanded to divide with my Customers. Ship Chandlery Goods.These .
1 immunity from police interference.But .
1 they exist. no longer The moral sense DICKENS TURNER I cannot attempt to enumerate the

of the community revolted against them. varied lines I have to offer, but kindly
The law put its foot upon them aud they
invite inspection. My
were stamped out, with the exception Photographer, your

of a few probably DOt more than half a Views East Coast and Indian Rivera
dozen in all-on Sixth avenue Thirtyfirststreet on will be the main features of my
l Specialty.Has .
the Bowery and Forsyth street-which
still, by cunning evasions of tbe law, changes' the only Authorized PHOTOGRAPH business, but orders Mint me for anything
BCI:" E AT THE UOBQCE. IjOKDOV. and other OF PRESIDENT CLEVELAND AND PARTY
of proprietorship 4odgee, Stock
The board of health condemns them and I keep up a colorable pretense of manageto the old that has ever been made during their Grocery kept in any store in Titus-

enforces their reformation. The self interestof time viciousaess, enough to deceive the country travels. Orders by mail receive prompt filled
ville will be
their owners dictate their destruction andI "jay" into the belief that in visiting attention. 49-6mo. promptly
replaoement by buildings more In consonance them bole "weeing the elephant by gaslight --
I with modern requlrenn nts. There ia no such In the two largest places on the Boweryone -
,t thing as a gnat district of narrow, dark, below Canal and the other near Spring ; GRAND VIEW HOTEL Will be arriving in a few days: and I

'. tangled allays and blind court filled with street--where there are orchestras and beer, hope to interest you in prices and goods
such tenements cs exist in WhitechapeL there are no "pretty waiter girls" and a sort
.. ruE HUMAN ELEUEKT KI QISG. of measurable respectability is maintained. TITUSVILLE FLA. offered.ly Will CMckeas
; Finally, New York has not the human element Evil little places under the guise of "mu -- buy Frnits.Eggs, ,

1 that makes \Vhitechapel what it is, or seums," for the petty swindling of the unsophisticated -
at least what there is of it Is so small a proportion or the occasional convenient rob- The most centrally located Hotel in City. Seed Stock of 100 Bshls. Irish PotatoesI

of the population, la even the worst bery of the inebriated, are not scarce, and Or any Country Produce my customersor
para of New York city, that IU iufluonce is there are numbers of saloons, frequented -0--

pon-erle Tb disease of crime i. sporadic largely by thieves, "toughs" and street walkers :NEW HOUSE. FIRST-CLASS IN The friends may bringto
have in soon. uncertainty -
la the bid; city, not epidemic. As is admitted where the drunken visitor is pretty certain EVERY RESPECT. hope to market.I .
fcy Luslibhnien: themselves there is no to be robbed and possibly almost murdered of getting them safely through
human brute so thoroughly brutal a? theEnglish if bo protests too strenuously against Open all the year round. Table Unsur- quarantine has caused delays on first in

ono. Ferocious cruelty must boa spoliation. Such places exist in every city, passed. Bath Rooms Free. stallment. These will be Sold ExtremelyLow
distinguishing feature of any sport to commend but they by no means constitute a White-
it to his favor; he knows no Joy morelUpreme chapel, and, but for tho women frequentingthem Rates, $2.5O & $3.00 per Da)". for first-class Seed Stock. I will

than absolute intoxication: for womanhood would indeed possess little to suggest: RATES PER WEEK.J.4. have also Commercial Seed Stock at a ask for a share of the public patron
SPECIAL
ho Las no other consideration than similarity to the blossoms in that peculiar
employing it as his abject slave and the tool of garden of bell. less price. age, and come as a supplicant, not. adictator
MILLER;
Proprietor.State .
til coarse, animal viciousness lie surrounds VICE roT OONCZXTRATED.: ,
kfanself through tho vigorous strength of his There is no district of New York in which asking for your favors.If .

brutality,with au atmosphere of vicious oon- sexual vice is ostentatiously paraded as the of Florida, County of Brevard. In REDUCTION IH HATS ABD SHOES. courteous treatment good
tmnatiox| Tho wretched women exposedto principal industry of the population, as from Justict. Court. ,

bit infamous association are neoeeiarily the published t reports would seem to be the I To J. E. BEh ETT. goods and low figures is _
Plunged to the deepest dregs of degradation condition of techapEL There are, un- notified that a writ of Ladies' French Kid Shoes, former I
to be fit companions for him. happily, a vast number of wretched women You are hereby the candidate for
has been issued against $5 reduced to $4.25.
attachment you price .
hHechapel contains ten of thoosuxfts of and girls who are deservedly dftfieified under .'
the
Den and women whose only means of livelihood the euphemistic title of "the social evil" and and your property attached to satisfy public favor
Hall amonntingto $10. v
demand of P. J.
are vice and petty crime; whose only hundreds-yes, thousands them haunt before the Straw Hats, 50 per cent. reduction on I '
"fpinessis In gin sodden oblivion; whoso the streets at night, bat they are not congregated Now unless you shall appear then I'm
Justice of the former prices.
Atkinson
Uy hope in the here or tiba hereafter ia escape by battalions and legions one quar Hon. II. F. ,
t from compulsory labor in A workhouse or a ter of the town to shook all moral sense by Peace in and for said county at his officeat elected.Yours ,
A. ;:
the3d of January
Prison. of their misery Titusvilleon day .
the enormous aggregation ,
1 ..
And these wretches are massed together and shame. Old New Yorkers who remember D. 1SS9, at ten oclock in the forenoon or Yours truly, I anxious to pleas;' ,

CMog to each other cotmtenanoeandsooour-" the condition of thing ia Church, Mer judgment will be -rendered against you .. "
keaent, aWdnc: their.oommoo JMtitntion. cer and Greene etreete during and soon after and your property sold to pay the debt. :. ,
""1esm a. nwit*! poliutkn and bodily de the old war orlwenty-eerenth street west Dated this 1st 'lay,of November A. D..;; .
; GEO.' B..QTTMFH.
Meat iaeem to thtcDMlTvt a natural oondi- of Sixth.area; ADd Birth, avenue, ,from 1888. P. J. HALL, Plaintiff. : ? -: ::Ei: cr.

tkQ of arena in the only 'world they' TwentT-saventi .,to Tlirly fourth Street, In ,D. [t.. GAULDEN, Plaintiffs Attorney. ; 25 :_ -q :,;, ; /. .. '.i.' .q" .. ;. -.. .
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THE FLORIDA STAR. power, or we think we have, and (mo- I sire of the people to have the town borrow THE AUGUSTA #t
A GENERAL BEVTJBW. EXPOSITION.
nopoly like) we will charge higher rates the money necessary to carryout

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. than you have charged and are willing to I the improvements mentioned at once The City 1* *all of fleorjriaiw and goat. ;

ELLIS B. WAGER Editor and Polttr, charge: for these people have no wharf" (which would, no doubt, be a wise Speech of Senator Colquitt. .*-' Carolinian. I

and cannot help themselves, and we will course), our Board of Aldermen would, ATL.T.No 28.-[Special.]-Today At"OCSTGa.., Nov.1.--{Spwwl.u.

S1.5O per \.nnUll1. have no competition or divy in the mat- I' probably, favor such a measure, but we Senator Colquitt addressed the houseof Good judges estimate the crowd at between -

Entered at the Pout Office at Titusvilleai ter. Yes build "the people's wharf" I must remember they cannot pledge: the representatives.From 30.000 and -40.HX( viitry-tb big.
dayAugusta han
gest
Scoond-CIQ,88Jlatfa. and after you have raised what you can credit of the town unless authorized so the opening words to the close weather e\er t *n. The I

ask the people to help you and we people I to do by the people. the deepest attention was given to the was charming cm:1. crisp amid

TIlE STAR is the OFFICIAL newspaper down the river will respond.:; Yours respectfully speaker, and his ringing sentiments bracing. All trains lat night and this

for Brevard county. : awoko the repeated applause of the morning were crowded. The city was
SETTLER. I PATIE.NTE. full of 1
Ceorgian and South
Carolinian
house. Senator Colquitt aid: *.
The Star has the Largest circulation A large number of Georgia and
I
& in before Swt'i'
I My object coming you todayis
the East const of Fla. Carolina
of F FBrown
any paper on r 2ouili.v 3ZvteoroIogivi Summary legislators were pr'sont. (;-
; )itlciiics in Florid not to deliver an address. My only
Senator
] I I of Titusrillo, Fla., Burin; the month of Nov., Colquitt..tmatnr Butler
Criti'rcd Lee l"s' purpose is to express in a few words my Gov. Richardson, and both lesiaaturti
a you nero WASHINGTON, Dec. :'.-I)r. J. F. I ,
honest and sincere tlianks. I should be were In session on the grand stand.
man rescued four drowning: white men I rITR"I illED Kr THE r. S. .t: OFFICE] \\'.
Hartigan, who has just returned from a devoid of all sensibility and just feeling Henry Grady deliver d hi. :>oilf Mh
in Pensacola bay and also.found the ttimuiiarj. of welcome to the immenaintu
.
months' I if I did not make known how nrt5.and
through to
two ; inspection tour
you
body of another who had drowned. All Mean barometer, 30.070. was interrupted frefjm-ntly by a f

Pensacola calls Fred hero of the truest Florida for the Marine Hospital Service, I Highest barometer, 30.27 on the 1st. deeply I am affected by the testimonialyou spontan'ons outburst <.f tcintic ct*> r- 1
: Lowest barometer, 2!.87> on the 7th. have given me of your esteem and ing. It is doubtful Mr. Grady was

says in a published interview : "The Monthly range of barometer. confidence. You have renewed the ever accorded: a more enthu.-Lv.tk-.tic hoC(|>-
type.A trust whL-h put into hands a thin, or closer attention to h.I'.IUt'n, t
Mean you my
e
stock is being formed in yellow fever in every town visited by it temperature, 03.0G. He
company few It picture. the rapid '
development
Highest: S4.2 the 1-1 th. years ago. irnro-es upon me new of
Orlando with a capital stock of";0,000( could invariably be traced to importation. Lowest temperature, on obligations.It the s-ojth, especially the manufacturing t
temperature, 3:UI on the 26th. I industrial
to be known as the Orlando White Niagara The yellow fever is not indigenous Monthly range of temperature, 4.>.2. increases my devotion to a people South an Carolina progress of before whom I compared the two y,\.-rfigntips. -
have walked and whom
Grape Company, and prospects are to Florida. I think that this statement Greatest daily range of temperature, 1 have loved from my childhood. ; anti painted in gloin .'.d!. rs II

good for the stock being all subscribedat has:: been e-tablished beyond a 27.7.Least strengthens my purpose, amidst evil the friendship between them. hch th- t

an early remain
Mean d.iily range of temperature, 1,>.fi.< vicissitudes of political fortune whether indK-oluble forever.I .,
would be in the case of Plant City Mean daily deu"point fil.Ji.: am thankful if you will i''11'\1'0 tiii
AT meeting of the Board of of \"ictonor defeat, to maintain their :
a where are buried quite a number of Mean daily relative humidity, S6.i.Prevailing rights and defend their honor. personal digression. because 1 n-w m *':
.
Health at Fernandina, last Thursday soldiers who fought in the Seininolo direction ot wind N. \V.Total Many of you know that public life is face to faro and can ivnder s.-rri. ..t.) 3 '
that place declared officially free of, I not free from anti irritations people whose: generous wordon a late w
was movement of wind, Gr, G7 mile struggles: ,
and who having contracted the -
:, ion touclu-d
wars ()( (a> my heart more di..tv
;
] fever and all restrictions Highest of wind and and that sometimes you will meet with '
velocity
direction
yellow were re
: ; than I shall hen* ..
attempt I
disease died Plant toexprtsimply : -*
Tampa
: at at City. rancor and bitterness where:: yo-i least expected -
moved. Resolutions also passed -1Cestath.. to and I would t
were say you now. that
I
such
Their I am not a stranger to ex-
bodies probably interred
were
for Number of days on which 0.1 inch or my voice could reach evrv axm in 1
thanking Ross his services.THE On the other hand there
: surgeon perience. are
I only] a foot under the ;ground, and as more of precipitation fell, 13. rich reomian consolations which Geo-gia to whom 1 am in like md'bte,J. ,

Board of Trustees of the Florida j the place surrounded: by marshes and I Total precipitation, SO5? inches cluer and <.:ratif\" the heart, and this reward .that your Lindners left no room for re- I
Number of clear days, 11. and this consolation 1m senrment or regret: but a h.'at: t tilled
: it possible that the you egivenme : ,
Agricultural College in session last swamp, appearance with
: Number of fair days, i>. in the jdmost undivided votes, ex- gratitude and love steadier in it*
Thursday refused the petition for a rehearing of the fever at this point may be Number of cloudy days: ; 14. prc.- h-e of your confidence and ap- resolution to deserve the anprm.1f! I

I explained by the impregnation: of the air Date of fronts : you so unttintin.ly:: gave, an I nn-r. ,
in the case of Dr. J. Kost, and : light 26th.I ( proval. .. ,
consecrated thf
to
deeply servii' .f
"That there should be of I
declared the office of director of experimental with the poison. is suggestion) the feO')!le. that in giving me their
opposition not surprising. I have been 1
Station at Lake City vacant. 'Is there any way In which Florida I I HELL AND ORTHODOXY. no neutral in politics. I have not 1:{>('nca.i'e love have given all that I bare d Ted t.>
I hope for, and more than I had dared t.- i
bo protected I and non-committal. I have not
Colonel Jolla Bradford of Loon was can
ask. I know th1
not what
of
Opinion: Chicago Minister un Those Interesting fiitti10.17
spoken in barren generalities, nor in
elected to fill the office, and it is hoped I "Only by establishing a vigorous Astern Subject vague" terms, but freely independently, hotel for the life that recent P,entha"e .

that he will accept, as he is eminently of non-communication with Cuba to CUICAGO, Nov. 8.-The clergymen of em; Intically have I declared my views. jostled: b from its accustomed path. It I
would > affectation to that I
?ay. amcareks
fitted for the position. the extent of having; a :government vessel this city are as divided in their opinions have Especially. I the in last umniscakable twelve months -for. in touching it with your 1
spoken termsof
patrol the coast in order that nosmugglers of the religious inclinations of their parishioners that foul and unnatural log ing confidonee.Toa have kindled i inspirations I

A. M. liver, of Orlando, this year, put can land. Cuba is the breeding as th *y are on questions of monster which, under the name of pro- ; that cherished without CHIP.ma .
five in tobacco, lie paid personal theoo.y! or of denominational lines. tection invades -: 1 e confese in trankn' But if t
acres place of the fever, and under the every community to
T rentr-otie ministers it be given t<) m ID to read th human
i \ -t.iiee Baptist, plundar: and destroy. We have rtadof <<
cultivation and then
) attention to its present: condition of things it will con- tlmv Mithodist: four Congregational: the Goths: and Vandal-*, and their ravages heart and j>lunb the quirksimV* nf hu ,

I employed a man who thoroughly: understood tinue to remain so. The towns guardedby one < 'hi i.Lal. one Cim'er-alist. one t iiit upon the splendid monuments of man ambition. I know that I speak the a
:'rian. iinee Episcopal, .enbor- truth when I that if ever 1 hoM in ,
curing: and handling. Mr. Ilyer a rigid quarantine escaped the fever one wl( Komaii genius and the proud trophies of say
gi in and four 1 rev>yterian?-wei e asked Rowan valor. But these do not my grasp any honor, in the winning or '
hand less than $:'.r.OO
has not surpass
now on during the and the of which i- disadrantigjd.
lh stat
past summer same following (question: in enormity that legislative warfare thatis wearing my C

worth of as fine leaf suitable for wrappers principle if extended, would save the Do men :u" to church ri If not, what carried on against our trade, our com- and mv hand refuses to surrender

as can be imported from Cuba in th" l :'plaiiatiou: of thtir non-attendance? merce and our industry.To it, I pray God that in remembrance of T
State. The fever needs three things
to Do mini ten still Ivlisve in hell? be do this hour. He will strike h from me forever I
not the
sure, of
we see arm
fact, declared by M. Martinez, a Cuba establish: itself- heat, humidity and ]> orthodoxy dying out ? violence. Our Melds are not over-run bya ; and if ambitious.. heart relfc. .

cigar: maker now manufacturing: cigars: filth. The attendants upon the 21 churches foreign soldiery; our towns are not that He will lead it. even through= -sorrow c

to be just! the thin' Mr liver's success rnfortunately the latter condition has were found to l'e 7.1Tof whom !.UH(j consumed by tire: our ships, freighted and humiliation tn know that unworthy
wrom.- n, and o.lob; men. It wa->also with the products of the laborious hus- laurel* will lade on the bn>w. g
will be the means inducinjrothers been only too omnipresent in a few found th..t \vonitn wore the more inclined bandman, are not plundered by Alsje- and tint no honor can eniobKno iiii
to cubage: in the cultivation. and thus to religious meditation: that men uumph advance and no victory MtUf? t
rine but the
towns, but the people are waking: up to pirates, work of destructionis
stimulate another industry.THE were tired after a week of work and preferred not less certrinly accomplished by the that is not won and worn in the weal of t
this fact, and a reform is being in- to stay at home on Sunday, whilein "invisible ministry of the law," which the people and theprofntyof *. c

high stage of water in the river, augurated.; many case. men worked on th? Sabrath goes forth like the genius of famine and Senator Butler of South ClU'olioa. replied t
i and could not go to church. Then, tilence. to the speech of welcome.
the north winds pe
notwithstanding heavy :, ---- '
again men wuo becoming more careless The of monopoly is felt Georgia has seen few such occaniom.
i is, no doubt, owing to the recent heavy A City Wharf Xcciled. as to religious things. where.power It has its paid agents, its every conspirators and to-night the city is given oer to j* I

storm and high water on the ocean, Of the :!1 clergymen, 19 believed in a and its subsidized peers. By bilation. tAugusta
which washed the sea over the sandhillsin To the Editor of the Star : hell of tome sort. :borne: of them in a appeals to the ambitions of some and to is proud of her great indus i
,
place of eternal fire and brimstone trial exposition.RIOT.
; one the avarice of others it has combined
)In. EIHTORYour article in last a
great volume, at intervals: along the was rather skeptical, while one would confederate strength that threatens the t

coast, and especially near the House of week's issue, under the above heading: not talk on the? subject. overthrow of all popular rights and in- IN SAVANNAH.

Haulover where the while generally sensible in its tone contained As to whether orthodoxy was dyingout terests. By coercion by conciliation, I 1
Refuge, at Pepper or not, 13 said it not. but ratheron
was might have this unsatiated An 1Kesisteil .
paragraph which must have appeased Attempt to Arrest a I>rnnke Ngr :
into Banana creek filled one the increase four mixed
sea-water coming ; were on the power but I preferred to run the hazardof
been written without full knowledge subject three said it the decline by a Vigorous Attack. t
up the canal recently made to connect a was on becoming its victim rather than the

the waters of Banana River and Mosquito of the facts, and is calculated to mislead. and ono would not talk. instrument of its oppression.It Ssv.tNNauGa.Nor.SI'ecmtsl.1A} :

I refer the that "The has been whispered in this hall that, ,
Lagoon. A force of hands arc now at to statement A Rifle Used by Murderers.WILKESBARRE since the defeat of the democratic candi- riot started at noon in Yamacraw. Policeman

work, however, re-cutting the canal Board Aldermen: might help it along: Pa. Nov. date for the presidency we should McMurray attempted to arrest a
23.-A clueto
,
with an appropriation of the town funds. abandon our principles, repudiate the
westward of the sand-hills
the
farther to drunken when crowd Feeistel
the murderers of Paymaster McClure declaration of our state conventions and negro a I

where the wash from the Ocean, during You are evidently unacquainted with and his bodyguard, Hugh Flanigan, has county meetings and of the 60,000 dem- the officer and attacked him. I

heavy storms, it is expected will not af- the condition of the town finances, and been discovered at last. This afternoon ocratic majorities of the state. I am a

fect it. not aware that the "town funds"are, at Joseph Roaches a woodchopper, found a proud to know that tho general assembly He drew his revolver and shot HMo the I

myth and that in fact the Winchester repeating rifle in the forest of Georgia has not been seduced into le- mob, and is said to have kilted o&e Hid
:: present! a ,
three-quarters of a mile from the scene trayal of her professed principles. Onlya i
Do not let the city wharf project lie balance in favor of the corporation is at of the crime. The local detectives now trimmer or a tailor would wounded another. I

idle. It is a necessity for the business present a few hundred dollars wur ethan claim to have a clue that the rifle was abandon the effort to reduce the burdenof The officer called Policeman Cretan this

and prosperity of the town. lade the nothing. owned by persons living near Miners' taxation because of our defeat. \Ve assistance.
; milK The Pinkerton men, however, do will not: desert: our post because it is difficult .
letter of our correspondent, "Settler' That expensive experimental excavation not agree; with them, but say that, judg- to hold. We will not fly to the The negroes:: surrounded the poWcewen 4

from down' the river. The fact is that for which we are all responsible ing from the spot where the firearmswere rear in the presence of danger. Is our with knives, rocks and pt4oh and f

our merchants are doing their best to I the intersection of Main street and found, the murderers fled throughthe fidelity to a cause lost only so long as we wounded them terribly. :
woods rejoice in its
after committing tho murder can triumph? Are our
A named Maher wa+
build up business when their trade down I Washington avenue, has engulfed the and made their way to the nearest rail- convictions so faint and heartless that longshoreman j

the river is seriously handicapped by : entire revenue of the town for the past way station. they will be abandoned because of temporary also brutally hammered anJ cut. 1
their defeat? For one, I shall not de- Mcilurray: sought refuge in a neighboring r
their not getting goods I
patrons Therefore while this depleted
year. sert them. Whether
home in
or public house which broken I by
was Uf
promptly unless they patronize the condition of our treasurer's bank account THINKING OF HIS DEAD. council my voice will be heard in their
the rioters, and Mc3Iurray wits afsl
higher steamer freights. Again, the exists would it not be better to '\"indication-and my best efforts used to
.\ Iliave iiigineer Unwittingly Meet* a Ter save tho people from bur- out and eaten and cut about the heal
steamer cannot deliver freight at the unnecessary 1
leave the business of appropriating the rible I'ate. dens and oppressive taxation." and back.

landings of many down the river where town funds to the honorable Board of t
NEW YoRK.Xov. :SO.-Engineer Truex, The wounded men were takes off Man

the sailboats do, and where such freightis Aldermen where it belongs.) They are of the Erie railroad, met a terrible deathat BAT IMBEDDED IN ROCK. ambulance, and may recover.It .

carried by steamer the expense is not business men probably, as good as we Ridgewood Junction, N. J., early yes- Hermetically Sealed iu by a Big Stone but is not known yet how far tciMir ifl" .J

only more by sail, but the consignee has ourselves, Mr. Editor, and will, no terday morning, through a temporary Alive When Accidentally Released. juries extend. 1

to take his boat or wagon, or hire an- doubt, extricate themselves in a few alerration of his mind, consequent upona PARKERSBURO. Va., Nov. 30.-A Only one arrest was made, that of a* ,

other to to the steamboat land terrible affliction to his little old who his a< Joe I
name
person go months from the difficult situation family. living bat was found a few days ago im- negro gave 1

ing for his goods. Indian: River, unlike which confronts them but we shouldnot Nearly all of his little children had been bedded in solid rock, near Romneo. Two Girter. t

many other rivers, will always afford ask for impossibilities at their hands, buried within the past week and his wife men. named Charles and Merritt Cor- Crohan killed a negro in arrestia? him .

work for the sailboats. They can do nor add to their perplexity by suggesting lay at home dangerously ill. don.were quarrying rock on U. V. Hew- four months ago, and the nt'groei had t

that work in a certain way that the what they might do taking it for Nevertheless, the stern demands of itt's place, when one of them broke a him marked for slaughter. '
,
duty compelled him to run his engine as
a..qge.mbleJ.kIlO"
steamers cannot. When we have large stone, in the center of which, hermetically Great crowds are
everything granted that they have unlimited re- i hual. At Eidgewood he stopped for
sealed at a a
and imbedded they in Yamacraw, but all violence H
ready to build our city wharf, our sources at their command lying idle. train orders.and leaving his engine start found a live bat. Ine stone end bat
end.
friends down the river will "be dar" ed for the telegraph office. His mind were taken to the o. 1
office
There is
no doubt the "city lathers"are newspaper at 8l
was tilled with boundless grief for his If it breaks out again the military

with their aid. It now lies with us well aware of the absolute necessityof dead loved ones, and he failed to detect seen..omney.The where bat was the placed stone too can close now to be take a hand and quiet things iim s et tt

whether we will push it or drop it. lending their aid as soon as possibleto the near approach of lumbering freight I hot stove and died in a few hours. The a order.
train going in another direction.The I
hole in the center of the
town improvements and will stone just fitted
many engine struck him, and the wheels ,
Move at onceDods be ready when they see their clearto ground out the life blood of the brave the bat. Reliable witnesses were pres- Thuk-hln- in \Vahloacton.WASHINGTON
way
ent when the bat found.
fellow, leaving his suffering wife to tear was Nov. 30.-{Special.!-A* ;
TilE RIVER, Dec. 1st, &. do so, to appropriate a portion of the
the crushing loss of the bread winner of usual Thanksgiving day. the(kpat't
,
DEAR STAR-Why not move in the town funds not only for the constructionof the family. She may not sustain the Shot for Ten Cento. on Had it DOC .,
all closed to-day.
ments
Wt I 0
"citizens wharf" matter at once? Xo a city wharf but numerous other shock. NEW LEXINGTON, 0., Nov. 30.-At the for the local militiA. the t
been drilling
time is to be lost, no question has been meritorious enterprises, such as the tunnel near Corning last night Pete streets would have been a' quiet ** j

of erection Bet Ills Farm and Suicided.HOPKJXSVILLH Beatty and Alfred Cleghorn, both col. Sundav. The accoaipanleawMrs.
presented to the people more vital of street lamps, purchase of the president
ored, were engaged in Cleveland and Mrs. Folsom a"* ?* t
Ky., Nov. 24.-Robert shooting crape,
importance.The school building, road to the hammock, afterward*went to
when a dispute arose over the ed divine service and
Hellesly, of Bivinsville, Todd county, ownership
action of the railroad companyin clearing out the grass, etc. But whileit of ten cents. Cleghorn shot Beatty, killing Oak View.
who had bet his farm and stock
excluding sailboats from securing is an impossibility at the present moment on him almost instantly, exclaiming:
Cleveland being elected, let the matter Zoar, Ky., has a new gasser.
"You are not the first man I have kill. t
freight at their wharf affects town let us give them chance until
every a
his mind until he suicided SamuellPad-
prey upon ed. He darted away and escaped. Of- Bert Thomas fatallcut ,
and every body who receives or ships they can "see their way clear," unlesswe last.... evening by hanging himself in his ficers are in pursuit lin ton at "Wallonia, Ky. ,

freight. Before the day railroads and should be able in wn..
to point out detail Gen. W. J. Sewell. wife and daaghter \,

steamboats we were served by a set of some feasible plan for their consideration A Victory for Tale. Randall ConraleMwnt. paid a visit to Gen Harrison. <, "

obliging men, who carried our freight at which would enable them to furnish NEW YORK Nov. Yale won the WASHINGTON, D.CNov. 24.-Congress- Lulu* .. Artey was burned to death : '

reasonable rates competing among them the necessary funds, and which, I am football game with Princeton at the Polo man RandalL of Pennsylvania, writes at Newark O., while parching corn.. \:

grounds by a score of 10 to O. About that his health is so far improved that James Jamison choked to dfta-
selves. Now monopoly says to these sure, they would furnish if in their he -as. rM
I to be in his wo
expects seat at the assembling of meat at his board >gin
old servants, stand aside, we have the I power to do so. If it should be the de- majority 18,000 persona being Yale were sTmnathizer present, the*. great i of Congress. by Fort a piece Wayne, Ind -- -- Ii


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ENGUSH there are prdspects of a strike on tile XOTICE.

:;i STORM. ELECTIONS. NEWS IN BRIEF. I Southern :Pacific railway system from

ocean to ocean. I am prepared with full set of tools
JOIitl.h Chamberlain may be Defeated at
The American section of Socialists at for sinking artesian wells. With my

. ''' Atlaptic Shore is Strewn with the Polls. Six convicts were paroled at Frankfort Chicago has instructed delegates to vote small set, nave sunk four wells 155 to

fie Vessels. LONDON, Nov. 29.-SpecW.-Itls the Ky.Louis for the eight hour movement at the Federation I 200 feet deep, obtaining flows: of from

:. Wrecked I ot Labor convention at St. Louis 80,000, to 86,000 gallons per day, from
opinion of Kleen aged sixty dropped dead I
,
prominent ,
many politicians
'. Decmeber 11th. inch Have also
:' on two pipes. a large set,
at Newport, Ky.
. rtTENTOF THE DISASTER AND that the indirect result of the investigation The Fort Wayne Ind., electric light |; Albert Haunstine, the man who murdered I for sinking six to ten inch pipes, if wan-

School Directors Roten and Ashley ted. IIa'in"entured in the business,
by the Parnell I
DISTRESS. commission: will be a works will be rebuilt.
at Cozad, Neb., has been captured purchased tools, and successfully obtained -
I I
I general election in the spring. Major F. J. Braggins, of Cleveland, i at Columbus, Nebraska. The prisoner full flowing wells, I ask the patronageand
0. has been indicted for !
J .. yprrlble Work of Storimlriveii Wages Even the tories themselves do not ex- forgery. | admitted his guilt. influence of citizens and friends who

.1e Known-Crie of IlstrttfAU The Home Savings bank of Norfolk, :i "Deacon; Richardson has given notice appreciate my efforts and who want
he
J $inking to pect the Times' charges: against Painell_ Va., has failed; liabilisies $273,000. that hereafter only American citizens, wells. Respectfully,

":" Along tle (oa..t-Crew I'nhoard and his colleagues will be sustained As Walter Stockdale died from the effects native or naturalized will le employed ALBERT: S. MAORVPEI,

''I -f-Th Augusta ixiM,..itIon-Firemen In the of a dose: of laudanum at Zanesville. O. '. on his street car lines in Brooklyn as j jj Rock Ledge.!
stands behind
government the Tines
. '.; in Churcli.ypr The public schools at Rossville, Ill., j conductors or dri'r' rs. i
riFouglit ---- ---- --------- -- ---
I T0" and is held responsible for the charges have been closed!: on account of diph- ![ Swift Bros. of Chicago with immense i Their Business Uooman .

Nov. 30.-The damage that theria. refrigerators and store room-, will undersell -
YORK, that paper published concerning Probably no one thing has caused sucha
the storm in this city is not in a tenement house fire at Columbus and drive out the local butchers. revival of trade all the
caused by < Parnell, it will b discredited before the general at drugstores
0.. three persons were burned, one f.i- Pen. Holtnn, colored was sentenced at on Indian River a- their :giving

pod.Along country if the commission tally. 1 New Albany. Ind., to twenty-one years'
the water fronts there are in pronouncesin away to their customers of so many free
i favor of tho Irish l(' der. Mrs. George Bryant fell downstairs at imprisonment for killing Geo. Emery. trial bottles of Dr. Kin 's New Discovery i
. pfcv e* indications of the effects of Mount Vernon, O"and was seriously in- frost fell Jacksonville.
-jjnj Of course, thi3 conclusion of itself, i A heavy at for Consumption.: Their trade is simply
firce gales and high tides.but within jured. 1! Fla. There were no new cases of :yellow
the could not compel the to enormous in this: ,'cr'aluahlo articlefrom
minority
the city itself streets and buildings apel; George W. Rusntll, a prour.ue'nt business i fever. Refugees may be able to return' the fact that it always cure and
usual wake to the country, as< it can avail itself of ; man of \\- ikon Me., has been arrested within ten das.i .
ftnl..\ the appearanco never di-appoint Cough, cold, asthma -
the septennial act, but it.v.ould for forgery. train o" 15 '
proba'Jy i At: "Win-luop. Me., a cars
rain btorru. A floating: coal ele bronchitis and all throat and
'" ,after a deem it judicious to order a geiv r.d election Mike letoiih, an Italian, wanted in were precipitated into Lake .r a 'tnacook. quickly
diseases cured. You
East river at the foot of lung can
in tho ,
jjtor ; &o that its course might IM approved I I down with : test: it before buying by getting a trial
Grand street, came a mighty Le:;IIl (On. Ky. tra: 'k.
or condemned. In that event, ons of the bottle free, large size $1. Every bottle
rash early this morning. Leo::< tto Cipriana or Baltimore, io i Hiram Pigman who killed Craig Tollver I
warranted.
greatest elretoral comers that
large part of tho mud bank along; : ever convulsed said to have fallen heir to Italian'estate ; in lowan. Ky., was run over by a I
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the country will take phve. A alued at $20,000WX tram at >!oreheatt"anel lost both leg lie 1--------------- '
East river, near Twenty-sixth street, I 1I at nit) .
the I desperate: effort will ilU made to defeat In the Ilihbard-Fry breach of promi.-e '. will piohi.bly die. I
haS been washyl! away, and tho waterfront A : fire overcook H. H. : hungry lion commonly coiiMdcml a
Joseph Chamberlain in Birmingham. If case, at Pittabur: there wasuviniici'or j pn.ir.c Snei'pnwbile 1\
in that neighborhood presented a lie in ravine >t dangerous customer, and natural ira-
he should be unsuccessful in the defendant.The \%:\* asleep a near
sorry looking appearance. Over the city Birmingham oi Colorado want to take | Iianco ck. Minn., arid he was so badly pulse itn stop him in his. deadly career.

all doubtless another constituency womtn i mimed that he died.i Impure blood i i.* a ferocious uul pitiless foe,
clouds mist
dark mass: of and 311I.aralh' at the inauguration on
kung a part .
would \te for him. the arterial of the
provided la-hing through MMe'iu
Vian I. T.
.
l and mixes he; 4th of Maich. i shooting a'iray at re-
Telegraph telephone are I
day. His prestige in the house and in fact Milted in the death of four Cheroke3lndians. human honey, destroying the health and
into better shape again and a'- J ltd son arkbon, aged 17. accidentally life.it 'lf. It like
in
getting i I George Starr, Isaac Gertie Jesse *.appin2' -( come hydra
in the country, However would be lost
Miot hilll-elf while burning; near l h.t unooga. -
though somo of them, in places where j Landruui and Bone Henz n. many headfd inijietiiouMH-, as RheuinaKm -
should ho !) r rejected; }by Birmingham, Tcnn.George I
; (Scrofula Ulcers, Scald Head, Gout,
the gale was most severe and whero the stronghold of rn.jicall:m. Hisconxtitor Kraft a 4-year-old boy wa 1! Ge'rge B. Cox inspector t f oils re-
Syphilisorthat : iiiirhlitmare of con tent
nothing to break its force : ,mid all will be ports great progress in purifying the oiltrale
there was aro l" be; doubt Joseph runo\er and killed by a switch engineat D yxpqia. P. P. P. (Pritkly Ah, Poke
ab'! that Ohio furnished 15
L'O\-n. of Cowen'sabsence j : >, per
still in bad shape, it U becoming po-i- Newcattlo-on-Tyne. Kvanwillo, Ind. Root and Pota;,iuiu) is the valiant riseurer
of the state
from th" hnu >. -h is c.m..dLy I cent consumption.
( will
ble for an electric current to move tornodistance Moses Smith, a miller at Brazil. Ind., who comes to our aid, and replace healthtriumphantly
a if n
'' has become heir to lUO.OJO by the deathof I > its throne. Women who
without "changing cars. on
witn John Morley, is regarded hy tho relative in Wales. I aged: III und U years;, respectively:, tell
a down and have found
Many of tho sound steamers whichdid liberals as a national log 4. through; the KO at Charles City, Iowa, are worn discouraged
The nnth: annual convention of il e i I P. P. P. an invaluabletouieregaining color,
not dare to put to ea on Monday, Ho i.. a Miiime iiguro in the politics of while skating and were drowned.Charles .
ho As he h in the Illir.o e-Y-j I'rl->ulcers cf war is in sets on I appetite and strength; and forever acetmi
country. an orator I and of Au-
left their piers yesterdayas there Fccmcd at hlo, niington. Henry Bohlman to this magic restorer, a credit and gratitude
front rank: and master of ;
as a political burn. 1'V i-., aged 12 and 10
tote no doubt that the fury. of the storm principle., and facts he ii it least thee The ofHi-ial returns from Connecticut >, were drowned in Mud years Lake., respectively acquired by few medicines. Try it andiKv

had been spent. .jual of Chamberlain. He is deservedly elect three republicans; and one democratto O-ceola.: They went .on the ice, and if it has not been rather underrated than

Theanxiety of tin managers of the popular with the Iiish, for whom ho has congress.Benjamin. broke through. overrated- Ml druggists i sell it.1y'oi .

Ocean Straimhip company of Savaun ably and elo (Int'ntlymhocateJ home rule. Fo ter.a farmer near Ilo:)ni-
There is a deficit of 2:i per cent. in the 'th finon'in-.
concerning the overdue steamer Chatta- Already in anticipation of a rli olu- in.;ton, liL. has disappeaiel: : leaving; Columbus centennial exposition fund. ..

hoochee of that line has been allaye*! bya ion of j trliament. t democrats of debts of 1.0 W). There is no guarantee fund to fall back Mr. II. Morgan, merchant, LateCity

di'patth raying that the Chattahoochee )- BjrlJ1i,, h:.,11 have started; a movement The Western association of architects and all holders of bill. are requested Fla., was taken with a severe Cold,

in company: wi'Ji th" hteaniJii.) to invite hm: to contest its representation. l-e.an:: its fifth annual se-sion at Chicago upon to discount 2:i: per cent. attfendedith a distressing Cough and

Mars! had put into Newport Ne.vs for ; Wednesday.The I running into Consumption in its first
---- S. Turner formerly :Newburg
Emery -
coal and to escape the fury of the fitorm. la'e Maj. II. J. Farnsworth was N. Y., but recently of Cortex. Col.,' stages. He tried many !so-called: popular
Scarcely had this welcome news been THE CRIME OF ADOLPH REICH.Sentencd
burl: d at Arling: ;ou cemetery V/cdne was arrested at Po:ton, for offeust s committed cough remedies and steadily grew worse.
received!" however, before a Cues"-age -- day with military honors. in the west, by detectives who Was reduced in flesh, had dilllctilty in
delivered be ia New York NoiubtT -
from the Maratima exchange was to Hungrd
Mis. t en. Sheridan has gone to followed him over thirty-two hundred breathing and was unable to sleep. Finally -
of the
to Mr. Walker, the .
agent \ Cth, forlfe Dlimler.NEW cana-I *
stating that the Nacoochce. da to sour the copyright! on the miles. tried Dr. King's New Discoveryfor

company theater. fJiipof the riiattahoochee, had YOUK, Nov. -Special.-.]- oirs of time Hero of \\'inch{Stcr. The selection a jury occupied the Consumption and found i mediate

gone ashme in the storm on the danger- Adolph Reich, who is to ho hanged November Dr. W. D. Sprinkle is on trial in Hillsboro. -I entire day in the case of alleged dyna- relief, and after using about a half dozen

OIlS CG.1->t of North Carolina, about se.on oOth, unless the governor shall, III., for assaulting Leanna Kelly! mite conspirator John Hronek, at Chicago bottles found himself well and has: hadno

miles ronthof Cape Hattcras.! The additional i- in tho meantime, interfere, cut his wife's daughter: of a prominent citizen of tat I indicted with Frank Chapek, Ru- return of the disease.: : Xo other remedy -

information that the officers dolph Sevie and Frank Chlebourii as a?- can show so grand a record of cutes
throat while she the 10th city.Rev.
crew and pasten ;ers were safe was all was asleep on Boyd Vincent, of Pitt-burg, Pa.. ce.soriei.Arthur. as Dr. King's New Discovery for Con-

that could Le learned. of April, 1887. No one witnessed the has accepted the assistant bishopric of E. Noel Heed, stepson of Dr. sumption. Guaranteed to do just whatis

The Nacoocheo left Savannah: Fridaywith deed, but strong circumstantial evidence I the Episcopal diocese of southern Ohio. Roberts, of Kensington Square, London, :; claimed for it. Trial bottle free at

a crew of forty-ono men and a limited fixed the guilt upon him. lIe was placedon A shoal, supposed to have ben caused. and nephew of Gen. Sir Frederick Rob- Dixon & Benson's Drug Store, Titmville.

) number of passenger. She* carried has been discovered erts, committed suicide at the Richelieu .
trial June 1st of the same year, ancon by an earthquake -- -- --- - ----
s miscellaneous but valuable cargo, in the Pacific ocean near Farral lone hotel, in Montreal.) Financial embarrassment :
principally cotton, pig iron and oranges.The the 8th of June was convicted. lIe island. was the cause. TOWS OnDIXCI:.

vessel and cargo are worth about: was sentenced to be hanged July 29th,
the of keg of
By explosion a powderin
ordinance
An of
Estimates of the number of dogs in the declaring'intention
$300,000 both insured.There 1887, but the execution was stayed byan
are
;
the store of Partner at Scruri-
George the territorial limits of the
United States fix it at 20,000,0.0, and extending
are now outside somewhere seven appeal to the court of appeals, and
Pa.. Bertha -
sown, a ten-year-old daughter of Titusville.
pilot Ix ats which were out in tho galeof that court affirmed the conviction.Reich's their cost:: of keeping: at $200,000,000 per town
I' was killed. Farmer was fatally injured Be it ordained by the council of the
Sunday and which have not yet been crime was caused by jealousy.His annum. aid his wife and two other child- of Titusville. that said
the
town council
sighted or heard from. All of these wife was many years his junior. Two murderers, colored men. were .
ren slighty.J.
carry their full complement of six men They lived in two rear rooms on the sec- hanged: at Wichita, Kan., Wednesday, hereby declare their intention of annexing : -
under federal for the C. Bennett a lawyer at Grand Forks the following tract of land as a por-
for handling the boat. and most of them ond floor of 141 Norfolk street. On the authority, killingof
in 18fo.Representatives Dak., left for Duluth with Florence Lep- tion ofthe town Titusville, and including -
have six pilots on board. night of Tuesday. April 19th, J887, Reich two men
perd, a young girl whom he brought the same within the limits and
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Firemen In a Tn"f'r. liquor cbout 12 o'clock. His wife, at- and Flint Bottle Manufacturers* As:o- I from England lately in time to escaeocitizens' jurisdiction of said town to-wit: All

SPRINGFIELD, Mass., Nor SO.: -The tired only in her chemise, opened the ciation at Cincinnati deny that they are I in wrath. Bennett's.,. wife and childare of fractional section thirty-four and the
now England. / soutn-east of Section
? quarter thirty-
door and admitted him.
to form trust.
beautiful the trying a I
brown stone church of :
three all in south
,
She then got into bed. I Township twenty-one
It is said that P. D. Armour & Co.. of
First at North ; SWALLOWED BY A GEYSER.An .
Congregational Society Reich accused her of being over fond will establish :I of Range thirty-five east. And that the
Chicago soon a large warehouse
has been ruined lire. The foregoing notice of intention to annex
ampton, by of other men, and they jawed for some in Indianapolis, and supply fresh 1
English Tourist anti Ills Guide Have a said territory be published for thirty
time. he table
building was new, and cost $ "i.OOO. Insurance Finally grasped: a huge meat to dealers.
Tho old church knife and with it cut her throat from ear Thrilling Adventure days in the FLORIDA STAR newspaper
$50.000. was The Illinois board of
to ear as she lay on the bed. Then he j enitentiary commissioners published in said town of Titu \'itle.
burned, and both fires \\eie started by has Albert Carvin BISMAUCK, D. T., Nov. :30.-A reportof
appointed
Passed bthe Hoard of Aldermen, Nov.
coolly wiped the knife on a towel and
upturning of a pJumlK'r'lIlallt'rn.Thrre : washed his! hands. deputy warden of Joilet penitentiary, to a thrilling: accident, or attempted sui- Stet, A. D" 1SSS.H. .
firemen were Mmt in the tower sUlcet.'llIajor: :McClaughry. as warden. cide from the National
comes park, R. Chairman.
by the flames. The v rang the bell vigorously The woman dragged herself out of the WILSON
Nebraska
much effort room and knocked at a neighbor's door' The supreme court of decided where, it is claimed, a driver and a tour- II. P. ATKINSON. Mayor.
. and after were pulled -
for admittance. The peculiar noise she that when usurious interest l>a? Geo. II. Altree, Clerk.
out of the sutfora'e.l. ist were engulfed in a It
Ix-lfry nearly geyser. appears
been the borrower of note he I
.
made to articulate paid by a
frightened
trying
One fireman was ba'llv ('ui bv a fa'l! :ng double I that the tourist whose name is given as
the amout of interest
them and they would not the door. can recover
data. ; open
Jo met the George firemen W. Cable in their the work note'i.t., and Her husband walked out j>a."sing her as so paid.It James McDonald, of London, England, TO RENT OR FOR SALE

hone of tho most at tux and efficient she lay in tho hall. She died in a few is said that the gold fields of Grant insisted on going close to the Excelsior, ,

men on the scene. minutes. Parish La., furnish ore that assays all whose eruptions have been irregular of A ..FIRSTCLASSEESTAURANT

h__ ____ Reich returned to the house later, the way from $20 to $10.000 a ton. Thus late, determined upon looking into the

Important CJtwsti after the crime was discovered, and at far no systematic working has been crater of the immense geyser. The driver -

lir>t disclaimed all knowledge as to hb\\ nude in them. who was also acting as guide, followed ,

1 NEW YORK, Nov. ;W. -[flptacia1.1 .]- his wife came to her death. Blood spotson On Tuesday Mrs. Waters fell from the him to the bank to guard against '

Major William Warner, of Kansas City, his foot fastened suspicion on him. West Virginia Central railroad bridge accident. Just as the Englishman leaned Near Railroad Depot.

eotnmtnder: -in-chief of the Grand Army though, and he was arrested. Then he into the river at Silas's Ferry. She was over the verge of the crater, the geyser The House! contains large Diuin::

of the Republic, arrived at the Fifth confessed.On rescued unconscious, but her hustanl, broke forth with terrific force, the suc- Room with Kitchen adjoining with all
,
his trial he plead self-defense but who had plunged in after her, was tion drawing him and the driver into it
Avenue hotal to-day. Ho was a('c\nnpalued the jury found him guilty of murder in drowned.It and hurling them back into the air many conveniences, water, etc. Also four

by General F. the first Sleeping Rooms. .
Adjutant Eugene degree.
is reported in England that the duke
\"WgeL This evening Major Warner Strong efforts wer3 made by the He- feet.Excelsior is over 300 feet wide
Will be
of Cambridge is about to resign his: position geyser rented furnished if desired.
yillue tendered a public reception by brews of New York city, Reich being a at the head of the British He I at the crater and throws out the greatest

Fajette Post, in the Masonic building. Hebrew to have his sentence commuiei has been in the fifty-one army.>earsand volume of water of any geyser in the The Owner wishes to retire from

The names of the comrades appointed to imprisonment for life.A been its commandcr-in-chief army thirtytwoyears. park. Fortunately the men. they business. This is a good chance to the

numbers of the National Pension committee were caught in the strongest current of right party. Address,

by the commander-in-chief will Det *ctlve'. Ocean Chase.! the uoshooting stream or they would
*made public in the early part of next The McCarthy and Williams factors have been swallowed in the unknown OWXER, TiriTNYILLE, "'L\.
week NEW YORK, Nov. 24.-Detective Heidelberg near Omaha, Neb., settled a twoyearsfeud
depths of the boiling water. As it is,
at a dance Saturday night, and
. came home on the Belgium steamer thewe. severely scalded and there
' -e ,
"' Hirycllng on the Ire. Westernland. bringing with him George Williams was fatally shot and ure"'gr.ne: doubts of their recovery. Some Oak Lawn House
two others were lamed by bullets. iRjjBJ.
NEW YOUK, Nov. 30.-Special.- Adolph Sambolino. who robbed his em- believe that McDonald intended to com-
Tiflin, 0., is a benighted city. It will ,
mit suicide.
t.,1 Members ployer, David Spera of tiOO Broadway,
of of the bi-
somo numerous
be for a week. The gasworks burned.
. of $23,000. That is the second accident of this

tylce clubs in this city are looking forward When Sambolino's wife started to join George W. Christian, inventor of the character in the park and while there is Lake Worth Dade County Fla.

t.' to fine sport on the ice this winter. him on the Belgianland after his flight, natural gas system, died at Norfolk' O. not the slightest; danger to those who are ,

J means of a new device that has just Detective Heidelberg ran a race across; George Littlewood leads in the walk satisfied with seeing and not investigating -

y frozen seas the ocean with her on a French steam ing match at Madison Square garden, it is understood that congress Sew House and Newly Furnished.
on
1Iil1n patented as wheeling ship. Ho got to Antwerp fully sixty New York. will be asked to appropriate money for Rooms single or in Suites.
: easy as pedalling on an as-
:' Pbalt lavement. Parties of wheelmen hours ahead, and was on the pier ressed The United States court in Indiana is the building a protective walls about

. are already forming to go up the Hud in the coat and helmet of a municipal likely to be busy with cases of election these curiosities.Fatality NEAR THE INLET.
I son guard with a big sword buckled aroundhis
V !or a tournament as soon as the river frauds.

\\t ?been* over. Hitherto bicycling basH waist, to meet Mrs. Sambolino, to Pleuro-pneumonia among the cattle in of Three Engineers and Brothers
whom he was known. Mrs. Sambolinotold
largely a summer amusement. cab driver to take her to the Orange county, New York, has assumed EASTON, Pa., Nov. 22.-Three years

Jita the the new device it .will be popularercise Grand a hotel. The detective followed her alarming proportions. ago, David, Philip and Isaac Street,

\1,1 year round. to a quiet boarding house in Langenneystreet There is talk of an extra session of brothers, were passenger engineers on Best View of Lake and Ocean, .

or' and bursting in the door ten min- congress next April, if so be there be a
the and railroad.
Fought In the Church. Lehigh Susquehanna
utes later found her in Mr. Sambolino'sarms. republican majority, to discuss patron-

ABASH, Ind., Nov. 30.-David V. Mr. Sambolino said he was John Philip was killed by the wrecking of his And best Hunting and Fishing grounds

I: J peon and his son Thomas, who live E. Tracy, of England, but when con- age.No new cases of yellow fever have developed engine in a colllision. Isaac, a short on Lake Worth.

J miles southeast of this city, have fronted by Mr. Heidelberg, minus the on the United States steamer time afterward, became insane on his

word, helmet and cloak, confessed.Mrs. Boston. quarantined at New York since engine and died in the Danville lunatic
Fine Lawn shaded monster Oaks
arrested by
with disturbing
charged About
a uglous Sambolino and their son came November 19th. asylum. the same time David
> meeting. Thompson and his home on the same steamship. Street was attacked one night on the and Tropical Growth, both
Garrison Pratt colored arrested
r., aged In a fist-fight with Frank Detective Heidelberg says the Belgian was Easton bridge by a number of roughs, Wild and Cultivated.Try .
is the and and fined at Xenia, 0., for stealing thecrap
j sanctuary greatly and be shot One of them dead. He
b were anxious to learn all they was
police ; off the door of house where
:ed the a a
audience.
Thompson is about Byrne and askedto tried for murder, and acquitted. He left and will
could ; Inspector .
ent citizen of colon friend lay a corpse. us once you come fegain.ATiTVRK
and something a
bo sent a photograph of him. his engine on Thursday at Ashley and
Owing to a grievance of the engineer
was soon afterward found dead in his
S. HBTBS32
againstMaster Mechanic .J,. J. B. a bed. Proprietor. ..


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GCO>CY, SWEETHEART. Oldest Statue tn the World. I i but one remedy that can certainly GR&TEI'l: C03IFOKTIXG. /;' CARDS.

There is a curious wooden statue In cure this disease in all its stages, I II EPPS'S COCOA. :II tfO'
Got d-by. sir,",-tl wsrt' the Museum of Antiquities at Boolok, I LA. GIXGUAS,
The thought that rfpvr iu my breast Egypt which is said to be 6,000 years namely,Shakcr Extract of Hoots or 'I BREAKFAST.i i"

Is but an arrow winding wift and free old. It is that cf a man, apparently a Mother Curative Syrup. It .. iAlyT'Y-AT-LA
law
Seigel's uatt.r.&l
all Its f the
That take not Mt away but breaking;: "Bv s thorough knowledge: n
Pt'.r t. civilized man, the figure full of life, I which ji'1\t'f1J ibv "Iwratiollo of (li t-stiiii an.l iiutiitiou. WAND OfAIf PiEnC. C
nevertheless
never fails but, no ; ano !\0\ a riireful .>w'litvtum or tine fine ,'ru-
Must separate Wi ever-me and thee standing erect holding a staff. The pose I .
ti-. ot \4l I-M>-cted ('lIcoa.Ir Kr: |'" vac proiJrd luck :
I wonder doth it grieve thy souL as mloA. to part expresses vigor, action pride and the time should he lost in trying other I \lwt ''Ur iralfjst Ublrii with a uriicate!flavored Ledge, Fi.' tr

To say eood-by. sweetheart head indicates a man of intellect. It so-called remedies for they will do lx,\" rag:"- which :iav t>av<- n* nnuv li*'4Vy iiuvtor,' ,'I,
bill:. It i1>T th-jntlirioiia rs? ..f such articles of:; L. OAULliEX,
Oood-oy. sweetheart was discovered b'Ia.rietu Bey. the I 'I D. "
dirt tI.t:1 c.:tuttuti->n may b. "radnallv bull nj
leaves her restful calm on earth- French Egyptologist but no good. Get this great vegetable .
As summer at MouiphK until -tr-'i.y: 1'iH'Uiiii to r-..i. l ewer> tvt drn *> t. I,
Her breathless silence. like a dream of peace, nothing is t known of its liistory.-C. prepcration (discovered by a venerable -I .!a'"..a...... Imo-t-d.: .r "nbtia ua''a.c: a'I' eOI:1UII/: A TOiU EY-AT..LAW 0.ry
nome gentle there JH i I ,
EVn so 1 would that in thy path am n.l 'I' r.-i'ly t.i attack wlu-tevf-r a
'Yi not in Magazine of American His : --
birth nurse whose name is a household ::: : WC-.l: : '.r, Vimay: e"vif; ma iv a fatalloft bystars I
'littl ville
Of sacred recollections, when shall cease tory. I to"'J./ .! ". well: fortiu.l with ittir Hoed I; 'i..ri.w .,..
The music of today may aught of bliss irnpar.. I word in Germany), and be :11.\1.rrrri'L.d; tnn. '."-t'i. a,/ ."'rn'1 -. ".......
Why Klitls Eat Hot-rip. (;..:: 1':. :!:,, -vji.ly with hnilht- r 'r tutik.ti. !! .
To comfort tbe. i sweetheart. the article. I II .. la.lw-ll'sl ,WILLIAM, ..11
i j sure to get genuine : : 0 i1' \ i-u'i l \\vb> iJrix-> JONES .
Pans of water in fruit and ... .. i (
sweetheart placed berry I' I. : :1'\;l .- -''}'I'.N S ,'0. n Good-by. patches will keep birds from eating the j GIVE VP BY SEVEN DOCTOKS. : ....'.1....".., Itg.. ..tl .j i
I heAr the vesper voices call-
Dut yet thy soul's dear srrace I caunot lose- fruit. An English naturalist claims that ; Shaker Extract of Hoots or Sei- ---------- : ft O.'BatLa1\ .Mtfw..

V"e new our path which lie apart: theIrs the reason birds eat cherries: and strawberries I t
must fall.7e : I is becair- in the Liazing heat : gcl's Syrup has: raised me to good : ft9 n r J q.. r f r 1 I Titiisvilie., } : f.Ir' .
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\ can out pray, our ways we cay tot choose.But ; the i' fi (;j i -
they get dreadfully thirsty. if birds ;, health: after seven doctors had giVen : Vi' .. .. t 1.
heaven "watt" ; for both beyond where thou M. u! 11iGISti. ifilL'III' -
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water leave : ThecaDuet cr..:s-ir- i troi > i i. I'''eret.iform GE4) !
and INeed can easily get at hc-y oou !! mo up to die of consumption.I by't.d.J A, .;, .: .1 -.j. (... r Iual..tJj "
never My goathy'Swveetbcar oil taking the fruit.-Chicago Herald. followed in thn .. i ti. v ( .' f' 2 tnsr"t6., !
I I writes; 11. F. GraceKirkmanville, but the Maso-i b 11.\.1 :". ,r..s tJ\.'f c.:.a WU'; ATTORKEY-AT-LAW. ..bti
t. c<'*xl-by! dine their sn" -IU--T"3 ;v ... ..c'1 tv ....-rd. ;
r-t're't't fall such RraojI'trano:" mists Wild Turkey ia Austria. i Todd Co., Ky.IfE Mann c- ..' %ii .-T i 3. r. ,K';.. .F t GttlDneqlui i TlTt'ri\"ILU.. FLA.A. Psij
7hen- out* them was iit uushine and fair Wild turkeys: have lately J U-on accli- I l\d.a : -. 'c. -.r'r .s j :...I.t', tit| I
all nt .' .'. f .. 4! -
at : .r <<<
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If JTST IN TIME. '
:Sk: a tined in Austria, touch HEAHDOF! .
: irz though a thing .
i l' laof, > t-.tar -.
ritlt n \ : ? { 31. TIIKA!'IIEB. f
r macs my hands: to theo it vein-for Fato insistsI : has hitherto l been considered almost impossible j ''I had been about given up taI with b.st nu :' i. : *;. VJ. .-. ._. c..uatnePthy'aT .! \ .
ove's luks ax1 close liana I I 4' .t r '> .
rtu.tc bo uh'I psi : so : From four hen and \ ;"r'" f : .vkl.tr ,.k: ..
eyestTile turkeys I die with dyspepsia \\' I iirst saw en the ln,>f : .\ ;! '- ,- k i \.x. ,',ir<. '14otrateu .)- ATTORHBY-AT-LAW, .."r
cocks.
on thy brow I lay uiy U.< and teadt-r touch ; three brought from the American cuo",t...eb: <:. '1 I- '.*>O. frtf. iilaon I .,-
and sight : prairies the colony: hai increased too the advertisement of Shakcfr Extract (fl'i'' '.. ; *. >,. .1 tn 1l.1':.- till ertraordinary .
I I '. .. ". I I' O. box :!t' 'M111r1 k1+ II.1 .p 1 :
..
f .
.' ( in r t! ";i trx raj ,... ,, "
;) brwatbe. nweethenft. p -stIvy'Luia about GiX individa Arian: iw Trav j* W ill (>rai In" ui alt tiic"Hiit h' &I. .a .
I of Hoots or Scigcl's 'yrup.After superior to ail! fI'l'r'r, -j *K .... .
I ewuVat.on iu :.ew York Mercury. 111\11 aia S"l..t'.e l' rt
icier. excellence ac!" lot t b) r .. f 1 .4 Tat, Tn 'Lff
I I lining four bottles I:1, :-' able art of punn t".: .' ".', .L"..: .t .m e :r.-. 'y. _ n _____
Safe Deposit for the Dead. Doc Not Apply.The I This they atT-i ane: & .. : t; ;' e rnttrt.a'c tn-'. LLEX F:. IIEY EIt.AUorneyat1w .
L to attend to Ulbl1Fines asj(well as pron'm..t blC.xc-.d. tj tent; in th.-year 13,,, A Jir'Iye
"The mausoleum safe deposit plan" is I law allowing! thrw days' grace on and U.'H kncwn m :.> **v > .i- if-,'i jj PIANO,, -
which New York does { ever. I knO'of several cjases of STnisurtj'i.+ \ iw f r\ "n.r'.e, of *uchtia
of
the name a project a a note not apply to :uu calls. they -
I eecurtd ; ''fJL i'i t7 x c .- si p.J s-i\ ai Caftya.. JIIrr
citizen has conceived and submitted ; must take up tho notes tit e.gt ad they chill< and fever that have, boon Bible pcruyr:\, I. *;\ l&J: l\ f u-'meat of ...
through the newspapers for public rati i. come due. or the whole \vi;J go to pro- tone, t"gL';... C; t: 5 1 V .* j ... '. neatly increased Lake Worth IXalemnty, Flund.Will .
II cured by it. So writes Thus.. Pul- caiuci C'._o t c.: _:._: i.. (vr.la:. .iLg ,..
cation. The mausoleum will be built on test.Dani..m BI'z tntuncatdur''r-tatrlrntr.'r': runli bb.lracl'uf Title to L..,..

the safe deposit idea eave that the I I hun, of Tay, Geneva Co., Ala.WOJITH | circular, c-> 1..u"n., t....:rL}:",:u-a: from three County I an,1.">. Jr.C.
hundred .!cidn, and tuners, scat, .
pnrclia
will lx and that they cf cold straw'berries __
_
openings larger By a system iiry t\t'ra.I;'; I TEN DOI.LAKS: A KOTTLE.Mr. together\*lib dcfi t rii" lv.-nt"h'L"U", to any applicant.Pianos - 0 .
will receive human bodies instead of government I can us -ej/<,r &eral! months I and Or:and eoij for c .du or easy i ay- O I:. KntfllFIELI ,."
The Thomas P. Evans.i i of the} men te; aIM! rcnttiL 1C
bond stocks and I
jewelry.
with trt lU1t .
I uai .1r.ddd : : :j :IlH ruiitty .
will p"IP41 im MAfCla fau.IFt1pa, ;N AND PIANO! CO. II.
box l I\A hermetical! firm of Evans & Bro. Merchant,
had : .. llv" :\j-.. klC. 10....... ltllC..1t..iO.; 41
mediately after the body ; been put Thu Lii-H-i &iL.ii word in Pans s Horntown. Accomack Co. Va. COUNTY SURVEYOR _
in. The front door of marble will not .. '" =>IONli ri.cOOPERAGE .1\
stru;.-;fr:.j'r u.:.uiuj; &;/ *- who llad
.
be put in its place for several days after- to struck;: : jci :J. iivui<. writes that he had ]been sick withligestive Orders liy mail will rtrceitt 3. j-n.BIJ- m
I Barrels $2.25. attention :IH culls in m.Addre **
ward The inventor contemplates that .. for : Syrup per
--------- -- disorders
( many yearsand ..
there shall be from 1,000 to 10,000 ; >:H: GOOf vafu, FIt ..
The first au"ciinf; :;i'ncy 1:1 AIHPTica andnedicines t.Ji tIJ,1 I !.a order. ten cents extra.Vfticaiwrighting .
vaults that the mausoleum shall be built I .. had tried many physicians I ---- --- -- -- Jet'
wai .u :.;.*,.;>i* -;"I.rll.' I ;: : =
of concrete and Shall be from three to iu IS2Hotv without benefit. He began : and Rsoairing.C. H.I... ATKINSON. ....

$'stories high and HO constructed as to 'I' I .
to use Shaker Extract of Roots O. B.ilori .
bo Indefinitely extended. Elevator will I .\
be used the same an in other buildings. Da We' 3>l8f Our Graves IVc or Seigel's Syrup about the last of I "y I hatrt.l. rind Oval Witi-r llreuker.from .; I JUSTICE OF THE PEACE T.so

The escaping from the bodies will betterin $2.00 up.Tcmk ,
much
gases Jan. 1887 and was so ;
\ must eat or we cannot live For the Second Justice Dilrk't of Er-
l be forced by means of an ingenious I
sys- i three weeks that he considered :* yard county ; Court days, third }lonor.y! JI
tem of ventilation into the basement l of This wo all know, But do we all \ ..
of each month.
the structure where they will be consumed know that we die by eating? It is himself a practically well Ulan.He I' and all kinds ut Coors WORK to order. ..

in a central furnace. adds I }have at this time one '
The remains so treated will become said we dig our graves with our ; ':'. J.JUtiSO:" .
!
desiccated and will be free from offensive teeth. li nv foolish this sounds. bottle on hand, if I could not get J..aGrLng... : : Florida. THE MUSIC HOUSE OF FLORID

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odor There 0
or sanitary objection. I would not take a ten dollar -
Yet it is true. ,r care any more .
fearfully .
can be no premature burial by this plan
Budded Trees For Sale
because electric apparatus will sound an terrified at the approach of the bill for it. 6,000 IIfr

alarm upon the slightest movement in cholera or yellow fever, yet thereis All druggist, or address A. J. At Low Prices. A B. CAMPBELL !
the coffin. The inventor claims the following -
54 Warren St. S..A
Limited
White ,
disease constantly at our doors ,
advantages for his invention: a 60,000 in Nursery. Jacksonville, Flu.Sell .

"That it will cost lees than other methods and in our houses far more dangerous N. Y. *

; that it will provide absolute protection Apply to W. II. SHARPE,
and destructive. Most people Arnica Salve.
against bodies being stolen; that it Bucklen's \ City Point Fla. t

will provide a place for last funeral rites have in their stomachs a poison, The best salve in the world for cut,I -_ __-___-_-_--___ __ toa.

where friends can stand with uncovered slow but fatal the bruises: wires, ulcers, salt rheum, fever I win and Del her at your nearest
more quite as as EXHAUSTED VITALITY
heads in the severest weather without stores, tetter chapped hands, chilblains, station Finst.Cla-.s I1ft

being exposed to the elements; that it germ of those maladies which sweep corns and all skin eruptions' and positively .. ,' rillIE SCIENCE OF

will provide for the preservation and care men into eternity by thousands cures piles, or no pay required sIt s =THE 'ENCE ( LIFE the great: .
[ i is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction :Medical Work of the PJlA.: OS
of the remains for a time, and that it in the time of t ; -=-
will meet the sanitary demand that the without warning or money refunded. Price 25 cents oFI ::lIFE c' age HanhoodNerv-: A6l

dead shall no$ become a source of dangerto great epidemics. But it is a mercy per box. For sale by all drug stores in 4 one tied Physical Dc-:: or.

the living, and the medico-legal demand Titusville, and on Indian River. bflity, Premature De- 11II
that if we are watchful, we can >
cline'Error80fYo ith' OR..GANSI'OH
that the evidence of crime shall NOW InlOLLr .
laud the untold
merles
tell when we are threatened. The I Advice to Mothers.drs. .
be Free Pro. 8 125
not destroyed.Detroit consequent thereon. 800 pages va, pre-
should
the .Wnrsz/ow's SOOTHING SYRUP always scriptions for all diseases. Cloth, full gilt only fl.CO, IA>S MONO than any otbw toe'e to is eCnttedral.r. .
following are symptoms, children cutting teeth. It relievesthelittiesuffereratonce -
among be used when are free to tll..I1I..t..1o
by mail sealed. Illufetrative sample allyoi.n"and lal.a.grataatrt
Dow Chinamen "Squeeze" Foreigners.The do not necessarily ;itprodncesnatural, middle-aged men. Send cow. The Gold and \>v an Ut....-.... tf d. I W ill*Uip a PUuu...tJrpD Ie tC
yet they always ,and the little cherub awakes"bright ...
quiet sleep
aid U
looks Jewelled Medal awarded to the author by the National any lionet-t man or WODBI., ClD toil
It
Chinaman upon a foreigner as a button. It is very pleasant to taste. Medical Association. Address P.O. Box 1S95 IV- 8arit>ia in the order nor are f y :
same soothes the child,sorteos the ,allay all pain, .
as lawful prey, and as the victim does appear gums known ton Mass., or Dr. W. IL PARKER pradnafe of cash and *10. n.ootliou Piano and the C .r'"
and is the best remedy
bowels,
not make his appearance every day, advantage they; always the same in different regulates for diarrhoea the, whether arising from teething or Ilarrard Medical College, 25 years'practice in Boston $5: a worth ou ... organ till p ilitl f.r-a'iaen'term. sic
.
,who may be consulted confidentially. Office more than urdanar) rrm. On .h.Cry It
bottle.
must be taken of the pr dull and other causes. Twenty-five cent a 4 Bulflnch St. Diseases of Man. iin Di'bt. tea.tllr
proper cases. There is a sleepy No. Specialty, niirouf tan .irn a >tri> .
portunity. The process is very Cut this oat. You may never see It o aln. FREE CATALOGUE rN.taiDlnll ral1lt.r..JL
called squeezing." They seem to. imagine feeling; a bad taste in the mouth, FOR SALE.A -- I sheet MIIMC. Strinx". Violin. *. l-nj<". Gwrart 1.*. e
tly.iailutrwtsathat !
C'OMt'Ol', mid m tact *ry
the foreigner is loaded with dol especially in the morning; the appetite tract of land on Indian River in the Opened for the Season. i. made, and at \'er) low price fend for tom'
bJoVhen be comes on the scene the of Brevard. consisting of 88 I plete Catalo n.... I bare 20.000 puree of ( eI
is changeable sometimespoor county who is interested in his hl"le.t 10 cents S.O-O baste *f (1ok' I
A
own
mime of becomes kun (silver) 1Jfij' man pr enl'J.
and south half
money it being lot No.3 of C1sr'Vocal
acres; Music at lw cents >*r VOW bowls
rather than chien (bronze cash). Times and again it seems as thoughthe of the northeast quarter of section 35, welfare will be pleased to know tha and Instrumental| copy Masts at 5Oc u.....U

without number we have heard passersby patient could not eat enough, and lot No. 3, being: the southwest quarter ANDREW GIBSON c t o50 ent per Any cent piece below ol pablUbtra sheet mastc price pabU. >*Bo**
on road and river congratulate our of the northwest quarter of section pieces each shut innate afze. 10 teats farad. b
men on the "good job" they have on and occasionally no appetite at all; 36, both in township 31 south, range 39 Keeps the finest oysters to be found in Catalogue.A. t

hand feeling sure the stranger could not dullness and sluggishness of the east. This is a very desirable piece of TitiiNvlllc, B. Campbell Jacksonville, Fla I
have escaped at least a small amount of hammock soil of rich quality suitablefor 1
mind ambition to"study or ,
lye
no I
.squeezing." "Hal Lo-ahl Ten dollars ; the raising of all tropical fruits. Is AND SERVED IN STYLE TO SUIT PATRONS. (Mention this paper.t

that job?" It is probably not more work : more or less headache and situated at the Narrows, near Enos post- - --- --- r

than one or two dollars; but our men heaviness in the head; dizzinesson office. Will sell cheap for cash. For Plain and Fancy Cake made to order. PARKER'S
laugh back the jest. "It has a shadowit HAIR BALSAMCleanses
to the feet moving sud- I particulars address leaker's Bread always on hand.
is real-forty dollars you mean I' Asa rising or I E. M. LOW, aDd beauti&ee else Matt.
rule missionaries' expect to half as furred and coated Also a first-class Barber shop attached. Promotes a liuronaat pvvta.
pay
denly ; tongue ; Sept. 3. Brockton. Mass.: Newer Fail. to Rt t.r* CrtjH.irloit.Y.rtkf.1 '

much again as a native gentleman. The of a load on the stomach i Meals at nil hours; from 5 a.m.to 11 p. in. e..1llttat c.a.r.l'reY .
a sense
plan u a wise one, for the extra sum is I AGENTS a'ASTEJ). Write Geo. A. Smnborn. Parties desirnfj to leave on morning mall ae..n Dtllttuttt1'Utf si se.t rw.ar.+wa
*very small and the hard working coolies that nothing removes ; hot and Sec'rthe BUFFALO MCTCAL ACCIDKVTAKD boats and hacks will please note this.
I SICK BENEFIT ASSOCIATION keep on good terms with us. We have I I dry skin at times ; yellow tinge in --
known foreign merchants pay eight and month. Will
profits per
ten times the proper fare; but the the eyes ; scanty and high colored or paw forfeit. New portraits I )) [ 1y. Line,
A $1.50: sample sent free to
Chinese do not respect them any more urin ; sour taste in the mouth, frequently m.fV H. Chidester k Son 28' Bond j I
for their reckless expenditure, and are 82e
only demoralized by It.-Boston Bulletin. attended by palpitation of NEW YORK AND FLORIDA.FROM .

the heart ; impaired visions, with E-nqltvxl tfrrtfal Journal,Ktyi. FERXANDIXJU
: FROM NEW YORK CITY
Bjron and Ills Dietetics. spots that seem to be swimming in nG'Ewj: :\"Waiefl'INVISIBLESoundDIsc f<.\1..aI11611.. euneea\ra t u toutd wares riLR 21. E. H.. J"EU'RIDAY. CENTRE STnttT WHAllT. LVEET:: 1'BrIIi"I'**.
Lord Byron was reniarkably abstemious U on the dram, and outrank all devices of li I

owing to a morbid fear of obesity.For the air before the eyes ; a cough ,. For of our tl age by and H.E.Hi WALES possibilities,Bridgeport great.,Ct.PARKER'S "- XEW YORK, BOSTON AND I'IIIL. DELI'IIJ.'. .

a long period of time he lived upon with a greenish-colored expectoration the Iron Steamships STATE OF TEXAS, CITY OF SAN ANTONIO. FJ'-

sodawater and biscuits. At another night's rest a sticky GRANDE the Florida Service.
; poor ; compose: '
time, according to Moore, "A thin slice -
of bread with tea at breakfast a lightvegetable slime about the teeth and gums ; HAIR BALSAM Passage Rate, between Florida and New York jiUtajr

dinner with a bottle or two ol hands and feet cold and clammy the popular favorite for dressing the LoivcNt.T r '
; I II the hair Restoring color when Rates of Low Competing Linen.
; Freight always as
seltzer water, tinged with vin de Grave, gray, and preventing l>andrutLU IWJny
and in the evening a cup of green tea, irritable temper and bowels boundup cleanses the scalp, stops the Early) Morning Train Every Thursday from points on J. T. & K. W.
hair falling and is sure to please
without milk or sugar, formed the wholeof and costive. This disease has ; Me.and$tOO at DruCTrtets, connects with steamer same day at Fernandina.

appeased his sustenance.by privately The chewing pangs of tobacco hungerhe puzzled the physicians, and still HINDERCORNS.The SCHEDULE.

and smoking cigars.'* In Greece Byron puzzles them. It is the commonist Btops all pain.,sorest Ensures and best comfort cure to for the Corns feet Bunions>ever fails&-e. XORTu-BousD-Steamships sail from Fernandina every Thursday<< p. 1D.wr; II

lived upon dry bread, vegetables and of ailments and yet the most to cure U cents at Druggists. lliscoi& Co., N. Y. arrival of trains from South Florida, and morning trains from Jacksonville, '

cheese; and to ascertain the effect of follows :

his dietetics he used to-measure his complicated mysterious. Some- MARVELOUS CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder......................Thursday, Aug. : .

wrist and waist every morning, taking times it is treated as consumption, CARONDELET, Captain Evans....Thursday, &pt.1S&h A

medicine if he found an increase.-Lon- sometimes as liver complaint, and CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder........................Thursday, : 5th

don Standard. CARONDELET, Captain Evans...Thursday,
1& 't'
then again as malaria and even as MEMORYDISCOVERY. CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder..Thursday, -J da (
OCt.
The' ana the Janitor. heart disease. But its real natureis CAEONDELETi Capt. Evans........Thursday, pttt...fat .

Stranger (to shabby Indhdua1)-Aro you that of constipation and dyspepsia. -SOCTu.BoClm-SteamahipllNiJ 3 p.m., aa follows: from New York Pier No. 21,L K., fool of Fnl
the janitor of this building? It arises in the digestive organs September 28th ; October 5th, 15th. 26th. ...sea Sew Teat
"No, sir; that well dressed gentleman with During the yellow few epidemic steamers will ea.'anue U.eir re*** ",1atlUIl.
all the others Any book learned in one reading. and Fernandina. Order freight Tia this line.
tho plug hat k'the j .nitor. and soon affects Mind cured.
wandering jffDlnct all Freight via Mallory Steamship Line from P' "Na n F t A yet T* bor'1 as .
Who are your"I throughthe"corrupted] and poisoned Speaking* without notes. ja-Speclal Agents are located all principal points throph FJO>> :d&. W.Ae"Ue eta eaa
:
Wholly unlike artificial systems.
the hero. LIncoinJournal
am proprietor information obtained.
.... /. *" blood. Often the whole body-in- Piracy condemned by Supreme Court. *tate-room.and berths secured in advance from Jtckscn'''U and F"..vandin ea'Trains < .
; __- __ Great inducements to correspondenceclasses.
from F. R. & N. to aid at Ftrnand'ra
B'y.
ran directly ship's
,. *, ,1.- -
"r--.h ->r the is literally further Information be
eluding nervous _system -_ O, Any obtained from ts.
Breaking the Record. Prospectus,with opinions of Dr. Wm. A. Hammond swAts JsclKmldet,*
J. M. CUTLEE, PaaseoRer Agent corner Bay and Hogan ,
"::.:1etf-6i% la.the wade" be read. starved, even when, there is the world-famed Specialist the in Mind diseases, B. W. 80UTHWICK Agent. Fernsndina Fla.
Daniel Oreenleaf Thompson, great. Psychologist -
i} -\ i'MW rising tacti owe I stir IL H. RAYMOND, General Traveling Agent **

..... : '., I"t 1);And tress, Itt pii trvck that.tbat record thetltSOtlierk** be said!o...-t. 'emaciation' Experience :has to shown tell. the chat story.:thereis. and others.. LOISETTE237Wth'Ave.. sect, free byProf.'A. New' York.- .20. C E MALLORY& CO.. General A ICUts; Pier 20 E. E Bf TOBpnl-

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THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, DEC. 6. 1888. 7'

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HOW NATIONS SALUTE. I C:. aHardware*. :BECTOB., soa.G-au /

:7a a one another with thereBow I >.-.. .
I ians greet T.'v T'

J JBL( ; goes the persplrationr"CM U "iEMUlSIONI and : EVAPORATORSMILLS

1o door salutes by riding up at fall gal-
d J Jnd firing a pistol over your head. .
--f: t
):t'
!
$ ", Tn Germany to pass a stranger on the road General Produce .
greeting him is considered very im- c=t:>
t
".. 1.t Kh o: i
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: ., !:!Salajsand other Polynesians salute OF PORE COD LIVER OIL MERCHANT. I And Syrup 3lalieiV: J
I Supplies.
is
ids :1t JcaelUng. This performed by rubbing : !
&m HYPOPHOSPHITSSAlmost : ccS
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: *
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-J- toe* I : Melbourne, Florida
every man, no matter what his
France as Palatable &lilk.Co :
;... Jtion, ,if be be a coal beaver lifts his hat to I dI, -nlsed that L can as b!s tafctn. A. M. Hamilton & Co., Fur Catalogue and Copy of SorghuntGrower's

jaotbercjg Guide address
digested, and csalmflatrd tha ,
by most
-.rL u
Chinese have regular coda( of salu sensitive stomach, when cite plain oil : TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA,
nocs.eisMfa number, according to the inThe .I' cannot. be tolerated; and by the com = CHAPMAN & GO HADISOH 1HD.
cIrik 41rldIW- ,snntion of tbs oil with the hypuphoe- t=I Wholesale Dealoiin I ,
[>Mte is ranch more efficaciousEemariailfi : .
Japanese show respect by tending the u a flesh rndllttl'.
Indian River
though in the street they only make a Oysters
/ bee Fcrsccj gala rapidly irtlte it
taiing ,
'
.
flat of 60 dOUlg.lalsLa =
I the Buddhists salute by lowering SCOTT'S EMULSION is acknowledged FISH I AUTOTiATICt !

CJr thonght bond and bringing it Physicians to be the Finest end Best preparation '
Jclm
.. up the: toward the face, at the same time saying, in the world for the relief and cure of !' crqCD Green Turtle and Game.All t
.. "
,; Earn,ram chair. CONSUMPTION, SCROFULA. I
GENERAL DEBILITY S. order* will reofh' prompt anti careful at.
resident of Xew Zealand WASTING i :
A former (3)"S&bAt SELFSKIMMINGAND +
tention, whither bj: telegraph,
on meeting after a long absence two DISEASES, EMACIATION, i i letter or lJl'l"son. 17 I
and COLDS and CHRONIC COUGHS. ,
jkones[ seizo hands rubs noses violently --'- ---- ---- -- - ---- ---

Jt tie same time loudly weeping, presumably The great remedy for Consumptian, and 11 C2H ,
from joy ._ Wasting in Ch dren. Sold by aU Druggi&b. !\ Geo. E. Chase, I EvaporatorsAND
Perpetual
" 'i C"I--
PLAYS AND ACTORS. C:>

---- 3uie Can Zandt will como to America b' o *' -j{ Ship Chandler I AND THE



F ri mat Helen year.Dacre. will support Ilosina Vokca cr r! lIlt's Pills q o Uoat and oslu Supplies, nil kinds, I Improved Victory Cane Mill

i ik this season.jbere IPatcntuchnroi, Chains, Blocks,
is a rumor that Mr.Irving: may keep c::> l'alln\ss, ('aluuii7cdirc:: OUR SPECIALTIES.

jjr.; John Drew with him in England. Pr 1.c lron dy thctlcbUUatcl.wl1etb.exec,." of work of mind or t tope, all sizes*, Tents, Also Portable Soda Fountains.
i..t..-2y,'rlrili or in Sprnce Ladders,
is at Acqui. lie will his. exposure a
1 Caaipanini open "I"'r." eOl'IH Paints, sal's, i-s ;:al's, g1& l Prices Low and Goods' Guaranteed.
in New York about tho 1st of Kbvembr. a1aria1 Ll .
boa a Varnish .
: Regio Spar gal's- gtl'sgi 'ts.
: Oils and Lead" all Kinds.
"H fimJ TuU's Pins tho t IJ1'rI
most Denial '
Lillian Russell has grown very much thinner rr.t era tit, ever offered tho suf i'erin&r i 1:'. W. DiVOL & tO'S KEADY MIXED I'AIST.
a during her vacation." But she looks well iU'\'Llitl. I In fact anything for Building Saihuf bo..ts NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.)

DptI. ia Sir"The Arthur Queen's Sullivan Mate. is at work on somo Try Them Fairly.A IJar 's flock, 90 East Kay St.,

'Macbeth" music for Henry Irving's predilation vigorous body,"pure blood, Mronff 1GKSOXVII.I4I. T L,.t.
of the n.rc*atrd n ul in\iillresnlt.. I OCQ =
tragedy. ----------- ---- ---- '

- Bernanfs. debut in Paris at the Opera SOLD EVERYWHERE. i vJd The BUYERS'GUIDE is I If you have ally
f-Lt issued March and Sept.,
house was not a success. The press advisedhim
-- -
n each year. It is an encyclopedia
"to go to school again." i lJl I of useful infor- OLD FURNITURE
\
I Ifi \X '
the tenor who Otcllo in New 3I 1-. oration for all who purchase ,
Jhrconi sang N-1 .f ;. ::J1 ::1 i im 3 > i tt e :.ty the luxuries or tho
York,has been engaged for thirty-five performances I = c necessities of life. "Wecn Such as

:r.t. at the Tcatro Real of Madrid. : : ; iF i nil the clothe ne:you;: ssary and and furnish unnecessary you with
! After a recent performance at Covent m C. U R
Garden, Minnie Hank was presented with : gilIJ Appliances to ride wall:, dance, sleep, CHAIRS,
I C.:1t.: fish hunt, wor;;, go to church
Truth of laurel and oak leave" in solid gold.
i or stayat boats a.icl in various sizes, '
(..::..,.;;... ; styles and quantities. Just 41 gure out I SOFAS,
,
GASTRONOMICAL TIDBITS.To ;;; !it: ';<: 1b 0 what is required to do all the.;a things

.. COMFORTABLY and you can mal:o a fair
add to the solidity of chicken croquettes F. B": r _. ...... estimate of tho value of the BUYEKS ORGANS,
with mashed potatoes is a culinary error. -- '1" GUIDE which will bo sent upon
; "r.: '' 1 of 10 cents
Sardine consumers have found out that f ? coi8 receipt to pay postage, PIANOS

Lat there is a wide difference in the quality of When I say Cora I ds not mean merely to Pi MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. ,
the various imported brands.A stop them for a time,and then have them r;:- 111.114 Michigan Avenue, Chicago Ill.
turn again. I MBVN A RADICAL CUKE. 1 Q ITIL BUREAUS
pudding made of grated apples, the 1 have made the disease of I, LUDDEN & BATES SOUTHERN MUSIC HOUSE. I ,
rhlte of eggs, sugar and Cherry is having j
quite a run at Newport dinner parties.The FITS, EPILEPSY or I BEDSTEADS

farmer on his native heath makes the FAEZ2NG SZGSNZS5: b gs Ia. I-] PGANOS.ORCANS. ,
3 t.I i Or other Furniture that wish
pleasant prediction that this year's Thanisgivinj A life-long study. I WARRANT ray remedy to any you
turkeys will be "uncommon fine." CURB the worst' cases. Because others have
failed is no reason for not now receiving a cure. RE-VARNISHED AND POLISHED,
The season now closing has been unusually Send at once for a treatise and a FREE HOTTIJ H 8I'd
prolific of complaints based upon the same- of my INFALLIBLE REMEDY. Give Expressand I Call on the undersigned, at the headof
ness and monotony of summer resort table Post Office. It costs you nothing for a I Irol0 {f :Main Street, Titusville, where you
trial and it will cure you. Address =
d'hote. can have all or of the,above articles
H.C.ROOT,M.C., 183 PuRLST..NEWYCRK >>-- any
Increased amiabilities on the part of Philadelphians made to look as well as New; or will
1'J:""" :" "\I'''''' .!it1a ;o,. 'I.n, ; J
may be due to the fact that the call at residences when work can not bemoved.
time to have scrapple for breakfast draws Mid-Summer Sale Also all kinds of Ornamental

J. near again. 1ft IdI Sign Painting a specialty.

There has recentl been published in Lon- *
III P
t "TOT :R.Titusvllle. ]3S.3STO2Z
hew S- i i I
. don the"Book of Entrees, the authorof I
I which is a noted chef. A great many BUY NOW Flu.
-a copies of the volume could be distributed to qq c: \ 1S-tl.

J J advantage in this country. 8 AXD PAY WHEW

i Cold veal and lamb continue to do duty for H 8
! the salad at most hotels lard C. II. SCOTT, ."
r alleged chicken ; QUA COTTON IS SOLD.
Bad cornstarch is the foundation of the ice t'I = EA&TEKNHAIRDRESSING

cream; and the coffee used does not come
I' from Java,and the careful diner convincedthat PTRAFORRA SALOON.If .

this is an age of gastronomic deception &as cure roe. ( b' .
t & FEVER, r
CHILLS ID.SUMMER OFFER.
! and humbug. you want a clean and easy shave,
! 4ouMAGUE P.1li PI As clean as barber ever gave,

J CREATION'S LOWER ORDERS.An Just call on melt my saloon,
txJ. xoo First>Cla s lianos and At morning afternoon.I'll .
eve, or
Organs; to be sold In June,July,
eighteen pound pike, having a ballastof ... 11 August and September at Spot cut and comb your hair with grace
a silver watch, three spoons, a pair of Cas: .l r1ces. Payable, To suit the contour of your face
silver and porcelain door knob, PIANOS, acv f CASH DOWN. ;
spectacles a
ORCAMi, $10 CASH DOWN, To you I'll give a good shampoo,
has been captured at Kingston, Out 1liilll4lu u ll iu riVFp1 and the balance next November The art of jvhich is known to few.
An Iowa' man has annihilated forty-nine ist, without Interest: or advanceIn :
snakes this season. He could have made it Price. All our Pianos and Or. :My scissor's sharp,my razor's keen,

an even fifty without murdering his veracity, LIPPMAN'S YAFE H : 1'7O srans Cheapest, included and onr In this Rest.sale 14 o, our exeptJOI1H. My shop is a ways neat and clean,

c u wigglers are multiplying rapidly in 13 CAU.ED THE Your choice from ten And everything sure you'll find,
L
the the leading maU r1't Dud over 300 To suit the taste and please the mind.
Wonderful Chill!! and! Fever Hxpeller! Lt styles and Prices.
An alligator at the Philadelphia "Zoo" has And now to all who patronize intend,
It the chills and fwr. tones the t-j-tcm,
achieved notoriety by his feat of climbing a Rives euros an appetite bringing strength and up health to the -SUMMER BARGAINS 1888- Just come along and bring your friend,
. fence fire feet.high. He would have made a 6nfercr.lmJlmJ. And I assure you I will try

sight of it if he had not betrayed his presence New Makers, New Instruments, New My very best to satisfy.: mays

by rustling in the grass.A : :: Styles,New Prices. Great Improvementsin

monster snake from prohibition Kansas our Lower Priced Instruments.
"
slid into Dundy county Neb., recently. It PItJ = Large purchase enable us to offer Reduced THE SLOOP AGHES.

4I j jf carried a chime of nineteen rattles. OscarC&Uihan I Prices. Here are samples.)

and Sam Forsythe dispatched it ( commanded by

tad serenaded the town with the bells. The tr.J.tC I 'J.:' ? OJANO, rizht% Octave Large Size Up- CAPTAIN JOHN MCLEAN.
0s
reptile was' nine feet long at last accounts, it I) n5 $trin. .a-j Beautiful) Rosewood Makes regular trips on Indian Itiver.
bUt the measurement promise to improve (Prickly Ash, Poke Hoot,and Potassium.) i I ('ase, Fall Rich Tone. (searsanteed SHE CARRIES A FCLL SUPPLY OF
add
perfect durable. Maker's Price,
with ate, CURES :; st5 i.
I! Groceries Dry Goods
rJ t .. Octave Up- ,
I
Twenty bags containing$; ,OOO were being SYPHILISPrimary t $ .R..0 ,) *H, 3 O Ptrtngs, r ghtGrandLarge.z Full Iron Canned Goods,

COIl\"ercd by two men in a cab from one of r rI == I _. I Flame Ivory Keys, Rich Hats Boots
1 the London: banks recently, when tho bottom ,Secondary and Scrofulous,Pphilitic : I Rosewood Case. First-class every way. and Shoes,
of Eruptions Scrofula and Eruptions :Equals Pianos usually sold at $:>00 and S3oO.
. j the cab gave way and all the bags fell Ulcers and Old Sores. Rheumatism and OIFr I Maker' Price,$OJ.I Ladies'Shoes in great variety;IJrints:111
into the street. It was a minute or so before ell diseases of the blood ; all those that have = With Planot a Plash Top Stool new patterns at low prices.
the men could attract the attention of tho resisted other treatment yield steadily and surelyto I Handsome Cover, Instructor,
the wonderful of P.P.P., the great t
; driver and get him to stop, and the bags Blood Purifier. power I aJtICJookandaI1FreIKhtPald.! : Reaiy-Mfle Clotting Toilet Articles
were left some distance behind. They were Octaves.2 sets
ill there, however, when the men hurried SCROFULA I O R Wi II. of 2rOctave Reeds i\OTIO.\S.
**ct DV 5 Stops solid HighTopLamp
There were few persons on the street = f Stands Music Pocket, For the cash onlY'.
tt ;
the
time. Is an Impurity In the blood, producing Lumps or dad oo.CO Full tweet Tone. Uuker's Price,J15a Maich 15,46 6m.
Swelling causing Running Sores on the Arms .
DRAWING ROOM GOSSIP. Legs,or Feet: for the cure of which use P.P.P., CD + '! Four Full Sets Reeds
the greatest blood medicine on earth. An these S 1JDWiI1. 10 Genuine Stops' WM. H. SHARPE
diseases yield readily to the power of P. P. P., '-- ; 6 5 Rich GIN' :. Tieautiful Parlor Or ,
Photograph albums for tho visit- I Thousands sold. All
gems, or giving new life and new strength. gan. purchasers -
lug card pictures,are the very latest. delighted. Jfa.ter'.Pnc ,f200.?
I Wild with BLOOD POISON With Each Organ a Fine Stool REAL ESTATE AGENTFOR
,xL grape vines festooned golden nn Instructor, Basle: Book andA1T
make a pretty decoration for a country Freight I-atd.
Ii fest1 Cured in Its worst form; sometimes in cases with _0 _
,where the patient was in Eternal Pain
The most fashionable women of France are aM given! nn by the physicians. In some cases 15 DAYS TRIAL.Order .
Producing small dinner tables instead of 5cro ulous Ulcers broke out till the p&rty was amass
i one large one.SMTagansott. of corruption; a bottle of P. P. P. waa vn. and test in your own Home.
CITY POINT.Lands
procured,and the disease yielded quickly.RHEUMATISM. No money required until Instrument .
women have taken the prize '
U& is satisfactory. We pay Freight both
season for the longest sunshad btickr
ever teen in this ways if no sale. Th fairest way to deal. sold on long time with interest, or
country. ,' Our Instruments are good and cheap,anda on the lease system, or for cash.
I ffcria dandies now carry a cane on which And In aD Affections of the Blood,P.P.P.stands ,. ..-... Vial always gives a satisfied purchaser.
ft handle In ball cf real alone and nnriTaled, and come of its.cures are '--
the
form of .
a large really wonderfuL, wend for ffitd-sp mmer Sale Cir Lands cleared and planted, and cared for
wrIL However expensive It may be,they If you suffer from anything like Syphilis Scrofula cular. if desired ; by contract or otherwise.: .
-.haveit.Th. ,'Blood Poison l Delve Old sos,Bbeom REXFJI RZR.-Loc Pace Easiest -
tism. or any disease sure and ....-. ,. }*rm*,'But ImtrumcnU. MM Stoolt and Owvo
Psyche knot,so called,is now as dis- : Refer to E. M. Breese Detroit Mich.
gin P.P.P.abi&1. e;_a U fYfifffit Paid; 15 Day* Trial SttTcanfGuarmlee ; ,
tIetly pu&ee..it; was always represensiblerT ado P.P.(Prickly Ash. Poke Boot, and Potaa- ; Syuar Denting; One Price Jno.C. Norwood, Titosville, Fla.; B. W. "
I S ;thelea*U will be manya Wf! r'7dar )Is no secret patent medicine like the many :f' .4 :: ; Only: Honey:.., d..dlh.LUDDEN and J.Stras Tazewell Court House Va.
becft oo the market. Itt formula ia on every bottle, ,. ;
"
** sea thelaitof-ita fatrociotwcgU. ; thus giving a guarantee of Its parity doi wholeomenew -'.., ,,. BATES and,A. Becker, Montreal, Canada, for
I, -. -. .. _that no,other blood purifier grre. ..'.: ... :.,'; ."", sot nw.gM MUS'C KOUS& ...5YAUAL U. whom I have made groves ih

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'8 THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, DEC. 6, 1888. i


LOCAL LiCO.MCS. -The STAR is $1.50 per annum in f H'otice ; Orange Growers.We I .

-Mr. Robert Ranson, of Canaveral, advance. find that a crop of three million LOOK AT THAT LAMP

was in town this evening.Mr. -Look out for Rumph's new column boxes of oranges, the greater portion of

Arthur T. Feaster, of the K. M. advt. in our next issue. them in such sections of the State as require No Chimney }Ho Smoke 10 Odor.

S., is in town for a few days vacation -Mr. S. F. Gibbs, of Melbourne, on account of liability to freeze, The Brilliancy of Gal with

Procure your insurance through Hob- made a flying trip to town, Wednesday.Mr. that they should be marketed by the ROYAL ;>! enoe of a Hand Lnnn, Vo : vty thetroreni1 rums :4: r-

bins and Graham. A first-class line of G. F. Ensey, who has been 1st of January if possible, is glutting the rtrM the< Ir cent, of oil by actual tet Barns
market, and sacrificing the lowest Kn.le.f ken*tne oil .
fruit ruinous
.
at
companies.Mr. spending a few days in town, returnedto feet safety, as it bnoMtivelv non-eilJ .

J. P. Turner is repairing and Tropic on Tuesday.Christmas :; prices. The amount s.aTed faun dtinutrs|and .
improving the Indian River Art Gallery We of Indian River feel that we for one year more than jay f,,, 13mt. "I'
cards toys and a varietyof For descriptive
should catalog, ad.W
in r Cc.
act concert, and resort to some ;- .11
for the coming
peason.Mr. holiday goods in stock and to arrive
steps to make the most of the advantageswe J. T. Tl'KNKK TITIsVlLLK.Asent :. ."L.\.
G. AVeiscr returned to Titus- at Rumph's, Titusville. I
enjoy in climate enabling us to hold for the W.\\ZEH \MIm
ville on Wednesday morning, and his -Mrs. Gus.:; Miller) returned on Friday our fruit till February, March and April for I:revanlOraiifce and V< liiMa cuKefrr ui&ttt.. oft

many old friends were pleased to see after a lengthened: visit to friends in We feel that it then will be to our advantage *. h l"rlU'u"u, hlll.t Jam--- Pr .
him back asrain.Mr. G orria. to have the Indian I'r-. 1 K. Eau[ a ". .\. \hUu. (.r...l\,,..:."lI.ot.1 b. : td
River fruitso U. W.othrrat.. lI.khLZit'. '. IS. f.+;. Ltr u "
huJ.or
J. II. Sams was in town on : -Purser Dickens. of : handled be !. at "
thetc :lmcr as to distinctly known from ___ _ UI
Tuesday. He has been making quite ""hitt\ taken the other fruits iJ
:
I
:!: plaeeon the Rock- shipped by unprincipled J. l'l:JTllI.\1: :". J'n"hlt..t.
ah extended trip in connection with his ledge: vacated by Mr. Chas.:; Watson.J. parties,who ship inferior fruit marked from \V. M. UKO\V\.ta,.- \

duties as Superintendent of. Public In- M. Barrs, E*'l-, who i is actintr as Indian River, thereby injuring: the repu- 'I ,

!struction.! counsel for :Mr.: J. :31.: !.'{'. i is in town today j tation of'our fruit and lowering: the price INDIAN RIVER BARn i k

-JJe 8rc:. J. "". tellers and :Ed Miller on legal bu:;;inc:;;::. of it. To avoid this, we propose to call I *

returned from their manatee exhibitiontour ....
our growers together: arrange:: and rosorf
-Mr. A. I). Pitts who has been north : Tllus, illy. .
of the northern States Monday to a plan that know will IIIH.i
we greatly advance

since July, returned to-day looking !
remarkably -
morning.: C lpt. tellers started on the our mfcl"l'st--ha'ilJ. Absolutely Pure.
association
::: an I
well after his
trip. : A GENERAL BAKEIMS; BUSINESS .
:
same day for St. Lucio. They last visited though apparently lying )latent This: powder never varies. A marvel of purity, I j THAI.S&CTED.
-Mr. J. L. Jenson strength, and \vholesomenesd. More .
who harhl economical I
Columbus, Ohio. <'n "The Indian Hirer Fruit and }Teyt table than the ordinary kinds and cannot be sold in III
I spending the summer north has competition with the multitude of low
up returned test -Iiort
Protective
The steamer Cleo arrived on Saturday i A srwafioll. weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in .:Sehane: bought and \nhl. pt--ial r .:
to Indian River. His home is at We call cans Royal Baking Powder Co., 103 Wall. htret, lumupt uttfiitimi nit rl tocoltortbwnegotiate L,....
evening with large load of fish now its members and
a : Eden. upon New York.TE *I on llr.-t mnrtjruff fllr *."Inn
andturtle for Messrs. L. C. Oliver & Co. all other :ood: citizens of our river section l"-t Hanks allu\\,Corporations..,l ouAdvances tinirtleiarats au.I IfxHrfaltuU-t.,. Inter .

Capt. Chas. Fulton, who had charge of -J. A. Durst, of Crescent: City the to meet at A. L. Hatch & Sows made available I

the Clen it the largest load pioneer well-sinker of the State of Florida store, at City Point, rrRQPIQAL upon rHntt
says ; was : on Saturday the I Approved uinr4 iti,. .
paper c that has arrived this season. is now operating in Titusville. For 13th inst., for the purpose of taking; such I Drafts on all parts of Europe 1a
information, address: box 211. Ladies' &
action Gents'RESTAURANT.
-C.lpt. C. F. Fischer, we learn, i is as may scent best for disposingof I ;,ttiuiiifM done at Jektonviil rat-*

now on the coast.. of North Carolina ; a -Quartntine'fice: has partially our crop of oranges and vegetables: : i j Every (".ur.couitnt! w its -OUII''

few days ago he was at Beaufort. He been dispensed with, and the Board of and also transacting:: other} important} i, banking cheerfully eitn.H.

is i on board: his schooner-yacht Ellie, Health thinks within week or ten days business for the interest of our citizens. Near K.;: lruu.iTH lepa I I y
COIR :
the entire force will be discharged.Too The steamer Hockled lge will then be Sl'ONiiNTslrtnkofJarl'o.tik. 4
and hopes to reach Indian River soon, Jacksonville. Fli.; The ealMp National
if he has more favorable weather. Mrs. j many fine, high; priced shoes in running: from 3Ielbournc and all other I ctst';!!
Fischer is with him. stock every pair costing over 3.50 ; will points north to City Point. We hopeto Mrs. L. :. Mackfuzi, PrUlrietfl --- .
be sold arrange: with the boat officials TO :.ANT.
-Mr. Goo.V.. Scohic and his friend, at cost. Fancy dress shirts in to I --- --- -
colors will be closed bring citizens at half price: Come .
; ,
Mr. Haglan, arrived here from Con- : out at cost and one
necticut on Wednesday: morning. We less, at Riunph's, Tittiiville. come all and we hope our friends HEALS & LURCHES. i! A O STORY AM It .\ HALF .

north of City Point will come and deliberate II
-
expect Mr. Scobie{ will engage: in the -Capt. T. Lund has lit n making i
fish and business, he is Titusville quite visit the with us.Ve especially: ask thata 1 i I
oyster as something a past week, and HOUSE
delegation: from LaGrange: and intermediate SOUPS, OYSTERS, IC1: CREAM FURNISHED
,
he
is
also
: like a fish'out of water when he putting a few needed repairs on ,

has nothing to do. the I 'ind HOI1i'c. He left for Sanford to- points shall] meet with UI\. t JELLIES, ETC SJ

-The month of November this year day. LEXIS POW At MIMS, near Station,

has been a conundrum for the weather Thanksgiving: Day passed off rather A. W. IL ItlEE.: BREAD, CAKES & PIES., I I
G. S. HARDEE.
prophets. This month is usually one of quietly in our town. All the delicacies J. J.. ".. Table Board at, Reasonable ritr.s. Fami AT S G I'Elt MONTH. At't'ar. .
OOTEX.
the driest in the whole year, but this of the season were provided at most of 'III. litl'n..d.. ,
C. KYEII. I
time is the exception-the amount of our hotels on that day, includinc the
!
A. I. )IOOHE.I DECIDED HOME COMFORTS. I Mrs. K. J. Hamilton, City Point!, Fli.Ofsr .
traditional .
rainfall this year, in November, being turkey.Mr. I : E. HILL.R. -- -- n ___ __ __ __ ___ ______ ____ _
nearly ten times :greater than for November W. II. Gleason; and son, )Ir. N. ANDREWS. ii

1887. Geo. G. Gleason, were .registered at the B. B. 3IAGUUDER, President.L. TIN ROOFING T .

-At the Thanksgiving dinner, last Grand View on )Ionda They are just A. GINGKAS, Secretary. i

Thursday we learn that no one took a returning from an extended trip west to ..

more active interest or assisted" with their Eau: Gallic home. JVoilce.-County )Pamphlet. Cutteri and Metal Work of all Kinds i

more zeal in the affair than did Miss -Plenty seed potatoes now in stock. Work 5 tiI
having: been suspended the
DeCantillon Ronald, and the fault, if i Chili reds "shipped and on the way. County pamphlet for some time, the on Undersigned Corrugated Iron I
Roofing
any there be, lies with our local reporter Beans, tomatoes, white and red Bermuda is now instructed to completethe ,

for omitting her name inadvertentlyfrom onion scads; guaranteed fresh, and will same at once. Advertisements, to Galvanized Iron Cornices.
the list of those who made the come up. Rumph, Titusville.A a limited extent, will)) have careful attention t
if forwarded to me without
event a success, as he was not aware of meeting of the Fire Company was delay. TI BY TII J BOX, HOLDER, Tl'\X RS' Stl'PJLIUS, ETC. j

her.Having: assisted until after the publi held on Tuesday evening, and as there was Respectfully) f&
Estimates Given and Work
Executed in all Parts of the State.
cation of the STAR. We now make the no use for the funds lying in the treasurer's A. L. IlATcn, i&

amende honorable Sometimes it is not hands, it was decided to loan the amount to City Point. 26 W. T. COTTER, Sanford, Florida.

nn easy matter to get correct informationjust the town, to aid in disbursing the cost of .

as we are about to go to press. the aresian: well.Christmas RAY & BRYAN, :

-Mr. Durst has completed all but the will soon be here, and Ar1ies1.an. WE CALL THE ATTENTION tt tf

last fifteen feet of the depth of eight many of our townsfolk are busy preparing 'vTe11 .
hundred feet in the artesian well, but the necessaries for this festive; season AND Of the people of Indian River to our stuckof G which we are offering at very close margin. ;
for the past week or so has encountereda Invitations to spend Chrismas are We make a specialty of

substance that is harder to drill already going the round, and we have no IRRIGATION CONTRACTORS,

through than cast-iron, sometimes making doubt many will have a jolly)) time.
Solicit Correspondence. Groceries Grain and Flour ait
a distance of only one or two inches Hay
-Quite a number of small)), but very
per day. Wednesday he broke off about pleasant social parties have taken placein TITCBYIIJLE, FLORIDA. ,
half-an-inch of the point of the drill, and 33 ,
our town of late. Go-bang: cards,and On which we will give special inducements. We carry a large stock of
today (Thursday) the drill had again to
vocal and instrumental music composedthe GENT'S FURNISHING ,GOODS BOOTS AND SHOES HATS AND ETC.
lie brought to the surface and sharpened.An EACOTT & CO. CAPS ,
entertainments. The of HOldIaid" ,
idea of the.hardness of the rock can game Which we are offering at low figures. Those; needing shoes will find it greatly to .1
) may also be included in the above TITUSVILLE, FLA.,
be imagined when we ascertain that the their interest to give us a call as we are selling shoes very low. ..

drill is forced down by a weight of programme.Mr.: TIN & SHEETIRONYORKERS. We will be pleased to quote prices at any time. ,)
: .
Jake Birnbaum .
2,400 pounds of pipe falling distance announces that i E. L. BR..A.DXROBBINS
he has a fine line of red flannel underware II
from ten to fourteen inches. :Mr. Durst
for gents ; a large stock of ulsters anal overcoats GUTTERING --- ------
--
ROOFING
is exceedingly Anxious to perforate this -- 'IIi:
and also
silver-handled
; umbrellas.The .
diamond-like substance, with the hope And 3Ianufacturing of Tin Ware. &
first-mentioned GRAHAM
medicated for
that fresh water may be found below.In your ,
health; the second to keep you warm, and GALVANIZED WORK, ::1
his opinion the hopes for a fresh water
the last to from the rain. : L
protect you Call And Repairing: of all kinds I
supply are more favorable than
now at
any time since the salt water flow was and be satisfied. REAL ESTATE BROKERS & LOAN AGENTS. ::1
reached. We trust he may meet with -3Ir. R. R. 3IcCormick, of Chicago, Location: MAIN ST., near river.

the arrived here on Tuesday, en route, with 32 ..
success which his persistency and determination @}:: 1a
his family, to Lake Worth, his winter
should
entitle
certainly himto.
residing place, where he probably has I
LANDS
Pianos & BOUGHT AND SOLD.
erected the finest Organs
residence
the
:-On a trip the first part of the weekto on east
Banana creek we had the pleasure of coast south of St. Augustine. The Loans Negotiated on First Class Security at from 12 to 24 per cent.

stopping at the pretty place owned by 3Iary B., Capt. Hendrickson, is here Choice lots in
and rapidly growing Towns, will net investors 100 percent
loading
freight for
)Ir. F. B. Sackeit, at lIe th."T e tooka 3Ir. McCormick, If you want to I in twelve months.
pleasant walk through his orange amongst which is a massive mirror i purchase a I Residence lots in Titusville from S20 up to 81000.) ) I
about twelve feet long and four feet in Piano or Organ, write to the undersigned .
grove, which is now laden with golden Business lots from $250 to g ,500.

fruit, and comprises many of the most width. Capt. II. will complete a cargo: or give him a call.

choice varieties of tropical fruits aside for his boat with lumber. Can sell Agents for Florida Southern Railway Lands.
-The number of you any of the in-
from the citrus family. lIe has also the returning residents and

and visitors Indian Rive this (Friday) struments of the best and lead- More than
tea coffee plant growing on his morning 3,000,000 Acres of Choice Lands, located in nearly every

place and showed us the berries on the was quite large. Among the number ing makers at prices that defy county in the State, suitable for Farming, Grazing, Fruit and Vegetabk

'f coffee tree which are about the size of a whose names we learned are :Mrs. Carter Growing, Cypress and Cedar Timber, price 81 per Acre ana

small acorn, suspended from the plant and daughter, and Miss J. Strawbridge, of competition. upwards.P. .

f by a little stem just where the leaf stem Sharon, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. Phillips, son t 0. Box 250 Titusville, Florida.A. .
and daughter, and Miss Marsh, of Chicago I II
leaves the branch. Mr. Sackett ; I r

us' with a bountiful supply presented of Mrs. White and daughter, and 3Irs. Lon- Pianos and Organs sold on the Installment A. STEWART, GEO. M. BOBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM.Clerk .

ortngesd also two fine pine-apples son nen,Charles of Ohio, and; Mr.Mr., Metcalf Fred Voit, and, Warren wife, and plan when desired. Discount t tt Circuit Court. Atty at Law ){. !>.

which just at this season of ths year are Ohio. Dr. Lyman and family stopped a t to Churches on Organs BREVARD ABSTRACT COMPANY
quite scarce. One of these is the straw Atlanta for a week. All these are bound OF TITLE

berry pine-apple, noted for its
havingthe for Melbourne. Dr. Fee, of Melbourne All correspondence will receive prompt a
taste and odor of the strawberry Complete Abstracts of Title nirnJtilied to all lands In Bre
was also attention.
among the number, and Mr, Ward
county Florida.
We also noted that Mr. Sackett is making Shares and family,and Mr. ,Williams.
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1 some other improvements the way of Eockledge, and Mr. Coggan and wife, E. B. WAGER, Titles Examined and Perfected ,
t of plastering and painting his residence. .:
for Cocoa. Tltus,'ille, Florida. ,
Box 2BO, Titusville, Fla.


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