The Florida star
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075901/00167
 Material Information
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: September 4, 1889
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
notis - AKR0018
lccn - sn 96027111
System ID: UF00075901:00167
 Related Items
Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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--- Local I Ia IZI)entn'T In the Mountains of North the valleys and excavating on the moun- Kan (;:sllha. f I
1 _Captain and Mrs. H. Q. Hawlcy's Carolina. tain sides, the road winding here and The steamer White i< still on Capt. I Mrs. E P. Porcher and little daughter

t b3b) i:! seriously ill. Editorial Carrujjomlcnce tij the Star. there to secure the most feasible: route.It McFadden's ways. I t Beatrice spent Saturday in Cocoa.

who has been at What a grand change!: and scene are was constructed by convict labor, andit Another ,,
_!Ir. EdMiller artesian well will shortly he Captain W.,: H. Sharpe, of City Point,
Pahtka>> for some time returned Monday the mountains of North Carolina to a is estimated that in some sections the put down on the south side of the Eau I was a pleasant caller at Cocoa on Mon

evening. resident of that level portion of our fair cost was $75,000 per mile; and yet tak- Gallic River. day.

! Mr. Geo. Enemy, who has been downto "Land of Flowers" known as South Florida ing this immense: expense into consideration Mr. G. B. Snell has commenced a substantial I I II Mrs.V.. H. Peck was the guest of Mrs.
r, A visit at this ] for few the and division I .
place a days Asheville Spartanburg -
hi3 place at Tropic for over a week, home on his recently acquired Ely Spencer, in Titu3\'illl", for a few days
impresses me that the distance between well of the
sIIt paying as as any part
returned Monday evening. property near the mouth of the Eau last week.
these two places is much greater than it huge Richmond and Danville railroad Gallie River.
to the pressure upon our Mrs. Covar who has been visit
Owing on a
really is, for the reason that everythingis y.-tcm. In the face of this fact, can Florida -
this week, all telegraphic new has Mr. John H. Mellor i is expected short her sister in Sisco, Putnam county, re-
!space so different The formation of this railroads say they
placed on the inside pane expenses ly. lIrIeIlor will not accompany him turned to Cocoa last Tuesday.
been mountainous country is truly wonderful, on routes that co ti. ,
-J. S. Watson & Co. have a big lineof and geologists have said that, beyond per mile? The above information was to the south this winter owing to indis Mr. and Mrs. H. J. McGinni.s have

fertilizers, and they mean to sell them. doubt, it is one of the earliest formationson | given me by a person who had positive position.Mr. gone to Ormond-on-the-Halifax, and arc

a (ci iitetheinacall. this world of ours. The soil is slightly knowledge of the truth of the statement. W. J. .Xesbitt: and W. Henry Ad- at the Beach Hotel, where .Mrs. McGin-

-Mr. J. C. Banknight, who has been sandy loam, with a ]larger portion red I'' And neither the freight or tourist travelon ams, of Melbourne, were spending the nis is recovering her lost health.

slaying at the Indian River Hotel for clay soil. In the valleys and at numer- ''I this road compares with many of the Sabbath at the residence of Mr. J. E. M. Methodist Sunday school as usual at

nine time past. left, Saturday morning, ous spots on the mountains the land is Florida routes. Hodgson.Mr. Hill's Hall Sunday last and was well at-

for Drantley. He returned last night. very rich, growing corn, sorghum, hay, The Tryon City Hotel, under the and Mrs. Treutler !started for a tended. The new 31. E. Church South P

-Hradley's FKRTILIZEUH are the best peaches, grapes and other fruits and farm i l management of Mrs. J. A. Dennis, for- tour through the northern part of our will soon be ready for use. ,F
products abundantly with only careful of Jacksonville Fla. is homelike :State Monday: last via Titusville and
to produce fine vegetables. They combine [i mcrly a Dr. L. T. Daniels went up to Titus-
well with cotton-seed meal, and !sustain cultivation. Corn and peaches seem to institution, and my stay here of a Jacksonville. vine :Monday afternoon to spend his

the plants at the fruiting stage. Calla be the most plentiful just at this season \ week has been a most pleasant on,,. The The steamers Maggie Dillon and Kath- monthly week at the Grand View Hotel

once on Geo. 1 l.. Humph. IS-lt. of the year, and although the corn raised i hotel ha accommodations for about thirty leer are to be hauled out on Captain to attend to his dentistry work there.

-Mr. E. Foord, from Namblin,11amp- would seem to supply a country twice as I people, and the Indian River delegation :McFaddin's ways shortly, and 1 both vessels I The Cocoa Brass Uand gave another
large, this :staple product is imported constitute nine of this number. ] will
,I undergo a thorough overhaulingand serenade
shire, England, started down the : to the people of our town Saturday -
from other sections in the winter time j Fruits of all kind are plentiful, and fresh painting.
to-day. He has been'doing" the sightsof evening, and the music was enjoyed
for feeding stock, etc., as the bulk of the 1! milk chicken and other products of the
John McAlister is ; artesian
Jacksonville, St. Augustine, etc, :sinking an by all who heard the sweet strain
I since he left akeWorth a few weeks ago. crop grown here i is transformed into a ,':i farm arc furnished on a table containing well Merritt'.s Island, near Tropic P. It will be a pity for the members to disband
liquid shape and shipped in barrels the usual dishes found at all excellent
While staying at the Alcazar he met Mr. O. Should water be obtained a reasonable as they play so well]) together.If .
engineer of the East Coast known as mountain whiskey-and I am I hotels. I firmly believe that.if a family depth this part of the island will be a sufficient number of people from
spencer told that in of the little mountain from Florida to the
many expect !spend! summer still valuable
Canal Co., who stated that six dredgers more as vegetable garden.Mr. Titusville]) wish to conic to Cocoa to the
trails if a whis key-lx>tIc is depositedwith months regularly here that it would
would boon be at work in this section, j William Treutler arrived in Eau Lawn Party to be given on Thursday
a silyer half-dollar that after few be small
a to lot
j preferable buy a building ,
he is expecting orders to I Gallie Thursday last. lie 12th
and that now reports everything Sept. the steamer St. Lucie will
hours you can return and find a bottle erect a cottage and keep house instead of
proceed to work at any moment. in the business line in Chicago as bring them down and return the same
of the finest distilled :
"mountain dew"- boarding. In several years they would
on retiring to her booming, but was quite glad to return to night. The steamer will make
-Last Friday night, stoppagesat
genuine article. A great portion of the ; have a pretty summer home, with bearing -
about bed-time, Mrs. F. B. Sackett, his southern home on the Eau Gallie other landings on the route if signaledto
room mountain peach crop is handled in a \ fruit trees growing, if planted, and River.
of the Indian River Hotel, discovered similar distilled the I .'. do 80.lIiss .
manner- by moun- their place would be constantly increasing -
that her gold watch, valued at 150, was taineer residents either in worm and stillor in value. This section is pronouncedthe The guava crop of &:ii Gallie is larger May Nolan, of Sanford, i.s on Indian -

i missing. Marshal Myers and SheriffBowman otherwise in the old-fasliionetl copper 'I most pleasant location by all our Indian than ever this year. The trees of Messrs.J. River again and is the guest of Senator
notified of O. Walton J. E. M. Hodgson P. A.
were immediately kettle. River visitors that can be found for Mrs. Gardner Hardee. Senator -
the fact, and co-operated vigorously in a is I McMillan and others of our compara- Hardee's three daughters left last
Tryoii City a misnomer, us it is nota Floridians to spend the summer. The
search for the thief. They got a clue city at all but a pretty little country I change is delightful healthful and within tively new settlers are bearing in quan- Thursday afternoon to attend school at

from several! of the hotel boarders who village, whose population is hard to arrive only two days' travel of our homes, tity for the first tim the White Sulphur Springs, Fla., and l

had noticed :L man prowling about in the at on account of the territory it and we believe the summer travel here Messrs. Fee and Nesbitt are at work Miss Nolan's bright company will help j

corndor of the second story on the night covers About four miles north Mount from Indian River particularly and Florida piping and putting patent waterclosetsin to fill the vacancy which the departureof

of the robbery, about eight o'clock p, m., Tryon, whose summit is about 5,000 feet generally will constantly increase. the Treutler House. This enterprisingfirm the three daughters made in the houseof

and on Saturday morning, early, they elevation above sea-level. It is the highest My next visit will be to Asheville, the have also contracted with W. H. their parents.

arrested two colored men called Major peak of a chain, among which are "Land of the Sky." Adams, of Eau Gallie, for a 3-inch artesian Mrs.V.. H. Peck will give another

Putnam and Fred Redding, and a preliminary Steam Mountain, Rocky Spur Melrose. August 20, 1839. : well, whyjh they are now putting Lawn Party on the night of Thursday,

hearing was had. Redding was Hog-back and others. A view from the --------, down. September 12th. This entertainment

committed to await the action of the summit of one of these mountains, ]looking Minis. Mrs. Valentine and Miss: Helen were will be given in order to raise sufficient

grand jury, and Putnam gave bail. The north and west, affords the eye a Sheriff Bowman and wife, of Titusyille, calling upon friends on our river duringthe money to finish putting down the co-

evidence, however, was not very strong.On panorama that is grand and impressive. were visitors here Friday last. past week.' There i is a rumor that this quina sidewalks of Cocoa. The work on

Sunday evening, about seven p. m., Continuous range after range of moun- Mr. F. A. Strahan and family passeda : family intends returning to St. Paul for the sidewalks is still going on, althoughthe

Willie Gibson a young colored many of tains are seen, with narrow valleys inter- pleasant day at LaGrange this week. a year or two. Should they do so they cash for paying for this work has

good character, gave the officers information sticing, and the view is not unlike the Our school opened Monday, with Miss will be very much missed by a large cir- been used up for labor long ago, and it

which they deemed of :sufficient billows on the troubled ocean during a Susie Brown as teacher. We gladly welcome ]- cle of friends on Indian River to whom is hoped that the necessary money will

importance to warrant them in laying raging storm, could you imagine the :Miss Susie back to Minis. they have endeared themselves.Mr. be raised by the proposed Lawn Party.All .

hands on Putnam a second time and repaired waves stationary as you looked at them, Mrs. Harry Roberts and Miss Sallie Geo. Houston intends going into are cordially invited to attend, anda

to his house, where they found but on a larger and grander scale. Ow- accompanied Dickenson home and the pipe-cutting and laying business, the good time is assured. There will be

him in bed. After some skillful man- ing to cloudy weather I have visited the will remain a few days. large number of artesian wells] in this : dancing during the evening and supper 1

furring on the part of Sheriff Bowmanand mountain peaks but twice since here, but neighborhood making it necessary for i !served whenever called for. Admis-

Mr. Sackett, who accompanied the the scenery each time well repaid the Mr. Robert Carlile has been improvinghis additional help in this line of business, !sion 25 cents; supper 25 cents. If the
officers obtained of several miles made horse-back residence by an addition to the build night should be the Lawn
a confession was trip on ; and Mr. Houston's long apprenticeshipamong stormy Party
the hiding place] of the watch revealed, for climbing these distant heights in any ing and repainting.Mrs. pipes and machinery will give will be postponed until the next night.

and it was restored to its owner. An- other way would be vey fatiguing and Dickenson and daughters, little him all the necessary experience for the The sidewalks already laid are such an

other colored man, who claims to be a almost impossible.The Misses Mary and Buttercup, from Au- work. improvement to our little town and afford -

sort of parson, and who has been holding mountains are covered with all rantia, spent last week in Mims. ------- so much comfort to the pedestrians

services in the colored church. i is impli- the different growths of trees and shrubs Word comes from Mr. C. N. Minis that, Hypoluxo.The that the people of this vicinity, at least,
cated in to the zone and Bessie B. slarted on her ways for should show their appreciation of the efforts
the matter, as being an accessory indigenous temperate not finding his health improving as rap-
after the fact. The Sheriff has received the variety is so great that it fills a long idly as desirable at the White Sulphur Mr. Lyman's guava grove, but has halted of the sidewalk committee by a

a dispatch! from DeLand notifying him list. The principal woods used are white- Springs, this State, he has gone to Ten- .! stubbornly at the water's edge, evidently good attendance at the Lawn partyJafrsin .

of a burglary having been committed in pine, yellow-pine, spruce, basswood, wal- nessee, from where we hope to hear more concluding that she don't like guavas. -- ----- --

that town. It i is believed that the man nut, chestnut and a few others. In places, favorable accounts. Capt. Benson has gone up the lake after c Orange Grower.*.

Putnam is the person wanted by the valleys and on hill tops huge rocks Last Saturday Masters Walter, Willie sundry blocks tackle, etc., and as he is At a meeting of the LaGrange Branch -

Sheriff of DeLand. Both Sheriff Bowman project above the earth's surface, and and Georgie Strahan entertained their a little bit stubborn too, I guess she will of the Orange Grower's Union, held the
: and Marshal Myers deserve credit of mabe come out, will or nil.
formations stone
for different friends. Twenty little gentlemen and la- 27th of August, an invitation to meet
their action in the matter and their [
picked up anywhere. Some of the specimens Commissioner Rhodes rode all the way with them un Tuesday the 10th of
successful efforts in securing the offenders dies were present. :Many games were enjoyed September
and restoring the stolen property. are quite pretty, and occasionally but "bean bags" proved most faci- from Miami on the beach on Shanks' at 7 p. m., at Gardner & Day's
It is reported that Mr. Glen Strohm, ate precious stones are found among the mares. I am free to confess that I am store, was extended by the members to
nating. In place of the bean-
-son of Mr. Sackett, who has been mountains. Mr. Reed, of this place, hasa regulation just human enough to enjoy the sight ofa all orange growers of this district. Theyare
ttoPPing at the hotel for a few days has board a gaily decorated hoop swung from extremely desirous that all growers _
also been robbed of a watch, but did not large aqua-marine stone setting in a the ceiling of the piazza, and as the Miamite creeping up the beach to- should attend, as the interest or everyone
discover its absence unlil Monday. The ring which was found in Alexandria, an bright-hued bags flew through, or out- wards the county seat-they had us on is at stake, and safety lies in organi- _
trunk of "Major" Putnam, when searched adjoining county. No doubt there are side, the swinging hoop, the shouts of the hip so long. I know it makes! them zation. At the meeting on the 10th arrangements _
disclosed a very extensive wardrobe ; rich mineral deposits in this State whichas sick, but then they can stop it Dr. Potters's will be made to purchase
the children attested their
it was filled with clothing of every variety have been discovered. Iron-ore enjoyment of the back Hyd boxing, hoops, wraps and nails by carload -
not on get some
which yet the Just before serveda way lots at reduced All
had, evidently, been appropriated game. !supper was prices. presentcan
from numerous owners, who are in deposits are already known and slight prize game was played in which Master sub-mite and clean out for home. I have this advantage. Come one, '

the dark as to its present whereabouts.The traces of gold, but transportation will not Jerome Feaster was victorious, send- The Dimick fe Barton jelly factory is I come all. A. BRADY, Sec.IIfPP3' .
prisoners were brought before Judge the working of the iron de -----
Brpome, yesterday, and they plead as yet justify ing every bag ("Jumbo" and all), with in full blast. How delightful it is these llooslcrx.Wrn.TImmong. .
guIlt).. Sentence will be passed; by the posits. unerring aim, through the hoop. Mostof ; rainy mornings to go into your grove and
Judge later on.Deafness. The location of Tryon, being intermediate the children showed considerable skill gather guavas, perspiration and mo qui- Postmaster Idaville,
between the valleys and the moun- in throwing the bags. One little six- toes. Cap will offer you 7 5 cents a bushel ml.. write : "Electric Bitters has done
for than all other medicines
more me
Can't lie Curedby tain summits (its elevation is 1,400 feet year-old observed next day : "Well, I for your fruit, but won't make any bid combined for that bad feeling arising

local application, as they can not aboye sea-level), gives delightfully most got Sambo through." Supper over, for bushels of "skeets" or quarts of sweat. from Kidney and Liver trouble." John
reach the diseased portion of the car. dry and temperate climate the year the party adjourned to the parlor for He is on the make, anyway-makes jelly! i I Leslie' farmer and stockman. of same
There Is only one way to cure Deafness, : round. The maximum temperature in music, after which they all separated, declaring that melts in your mouth and tastes like I I place, say : "Find Electric Bitters to be
and that is by; constitutional remedies. I they had had a" splendid time. essence of sunshine and concentrated (' the best Kidney and Liver medicine,
time is sometimes 92 degrees, *
Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition summer sence of dew-drops. 8-1',:. made me feel like a new man." J. U .
of the mucus lining of the Eusta- but this is rare ; in the winter mouths "Hackmetack," a lasting and frsgrent perfume. Plaint of the P. M.-Good afternoon, : Gardner. hardware merchant same
C lan Tube. When tube inflamed Price 25 and 50 cent. town : Electnc Bitters is just the
this gets the coldest weather is about 12 to 16 de Sold bv Dickson k Grey says
pu have a sound or imperfect Titusville, Flaijliiloh'g What makes you "luxo"-got the Hypo? ., thing for a man who is all run down and
rumbling This of cold is not reached Yes dad I'm tired find that I haveto
"wring, and when it is entirely closed grees. ; don't care wheiher he lives or dies; he
ueafness is the result, and unless the in- more than two or three times during the Whooping Cough Cure will and Bronchitis.immediately Sold relieve by Dicksou Croup, lick all my stamps and then stamp all found new strength good appetite ami
illation can be taken out and this tube winter season, and with some protection & Grey Titnsviile, Fla. ray licks, so at one cent for saliva ando felt just like he had a new lease on life.
restored to its normal condition, hearing ,. e cent for muscle expended I expectorate Only 50c. a bottle, at Dixon & Grey's
'will be destroyed forever; nine cases out fig-trees have been cultivated. Summer For Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint you have a 5th class next quarter. Besides, I Drug Store. 20.
often arec\used b} catarrh which is mornings in August!" frequently find thethermometer talizer.printed guarantee It never fail en every to cure.bottle Sold of by Shiloh's Dicfcson Vi.k don't think it is patriotic or good form'I I "- -LF-
nothing but an inflamed condition of the at 58 and 62 degrees, and Grey. Titnsvjlle Fla. to spit un George tit .'* back and then I Would you exchange your pale cheeksfor
mucus surfaces. daub his face, and it gives me the bluesto ones?
We will give One Hundred Dollars for the evenings are as pleasantly cool. Sbiloh'e Catarrh Remedy positive cure for Catarrh see him look so green ; and then too, Johnson's rosy Tonic vitalizes the blood,enriches -
any Chat case of Deafness (caused. by Catarrh) Railroad building is a great feat here, &, Grey Diptheria*Titnsvill and,Canker Fla. Mouth. Sold by Dicksin the Zion cut-off) the Ehiopian exten- I it. It has no equal as an appe
C we cannot cure b) taking hail'sattrrh and a wonder to us accustomed to level & sion are cutting rates. I know I ought tizer. Try it, and, if not satisfied, your
Cure. Send for circulars, free. land. The road from here to; Ashe'ilIeseems Why will yon cough when Shiloh'Cure will cive to be resigned, but I ain't. I money refunded. Cures every form of
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, O. immediate rehef! Price 10 eta 50 cU and 1. Sold
r"Sold b y Druggists, 75c. 1C. to be a continuous filling in among by Dickson &( ref,TttusviUe, Fla. RCTHVKX. fevers. ,


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\i it national dress which leaves knees wholly their customs; but-- he would h" I

'I.t KENTUCKY JUDGE IN FLIGIT! ; CORSETS ARE CURSES. uncovered, despite the cold climate. The children and their ways its mothers: J 4

records bear witness however, their hopes its lovers and their

I The Money\ Market.f l ,Another Startling; Chapter in the Uoward-. that earliest Moses and Aaron were commanded He would not know the old phUby
: Feud in Harlan Cannty.Louisvnit. AND
feet be- tha '
_ m Wilson to take the shoes from off their their new names or old

p Ky., Aug.at Harlan- Court WHEN THEY ORIGINATED. fore entering the temple, and in Egyptat under the modern devetopneat; but ht
Lew county judge
rich and wore sandals would know the human heart
time the : great "
in Healthy reached Pine nIle. that d
It Is Reported House. Jvr.. has just
of he would know
stones ideals the
with as ,
iiicrusted precious tniJ ,
from enemies in his own Ovid Put Them at the Head of Remedies
Condition. seeking refuge made of sold. On. sky and: its constellations.We .
soles were
Wilson Howard is wanted at Asaiu-t Lure-Oils and Unguents In De- which the
*, countv. the bottom was engraved the names ofsuch are told that ours will
Jj Harlau for the murder of George Turner -I veloping the Human Form Divine-A oac der
BONDS BOUGHT AT ANY PRICE : near there the day before election, peoples had been conquered by : a dead planet moving with other dejj
Few Points AltO About
lI' \U!!. 4'fhe the owners if they happened to be of planets around a cold and darkenedThat j

:sheriff and jailer are relatives of The small accessories of toilets. whether the conquering sex. Sandals with points will not matter if love U imccr.A -t

fti The l"ntM1 state Treasurer is Likely to Howard and take his side in the How- they be necessities or only pretty adjunct elongated and turned up were the exclusive wandering angel, curious of w

Pay a vmallrr Price Than a Larger One ard-Turner feud. T..1e'ha"e so far refined -, ::.. have made industries which have property of royalty.-Chicago things, would find amid the rains of
Howanl Lewis Rr
_ for ( eminent Boti.l -Yellow F ?\erCoining to arrest Judge employed many people in their manufacture Herald civilization here and there an iaf...
went lat week with a posse to make: the YStoy
-Otlvr II"patctiefrom U"a'h- arrest himself in time for court. He and have added largely to the CURES FOR INSOMNIA.A a marriage: ring, a sculptured I c

# ingtmi.WXSHLVGTO.V. found Howard surrounded by armed growth of that passion for dress which "These are tokens," he would 337,-t(

t' Aug. 31.-",A lower frendPlaying cards.Howard has in different centuries broken out in Lady Tell How She Helped Her Husband : eternity, not of time. They can

l rather than a higher price is likely to and his companions jumpedup both man and woman. Adoration forth to Ilreak lie Awful Spell.I us nothing new in heaven"-dew Oe

be paid for United States government at sight of the posse.? and a battle en ** human form has covered the feet.ItV.fcktxi leans Picayune.A .

1 bonds within the next few days' said sued. Sp'W'lock, one of Howard's men, the hands with jeweled trifles. was much in!crested in the note .
shot through the neck, it is believedfatallv. from Dr. Ford's lecture in the Herald of
was and l incased the feminine in still
body ,
4 Acting :;(-c= ary of the Treasury : Joking Indian.
Gen. Mall!, one of the posse, Health and wish that every woman as
wluWiones until it has become of differ-
: Batchcller to a United Press reporter. The Indian has been said to te
5 '. was hot several times and will probably well nurse in the land could : r q
i J.f. "The offers leceived by the treasury deportment die. ent shape than nature intended. No art- read as them.every Those of us who are at the : pable of joking; but the Maine Indi3:1l1a

)' f ; I are from tile leading banks In the tight bath parties were scattered. ii'kof apparel is so much discussed at time need apparently degenerated, for here U kt
it and bankers of the country many of )Meredith and Craig, of the Lewis tin- time as the corset; in truth there is heads of may the i j Steep, of the Penobscot tribe teItit
all the knowledge we can get upon
: whom re; re ent foreign capitalists] party were shot on their way back to an absolute war over it. about a log that became wedsw! ud
t of insomnia. The trouble.gros
c .'Thins bankers are not in need of Harlan and l'3.tl1.oanI1et.t Two men TO ilAKE THEM GRACEFUL subject the Ripogenus Falls so that while
: with the far time lost more common every year, especially in : cc
who a were
and the at which the were : i
money prices :::till. this same corset has held sway I end was in the water the other was stri.:
indicate sight of, ant are till missing. JudgeLewis America, where we are apt to upon
offered therefore
bonds a
? are I. and Even in the days when the ledge with such
firmly. force
nj ; ing against
excite- taj
with him
healthy tone in the market Thetreasury and those immediately "nerve" in all times of trial or
th' Greek builded their ideal of to catch fire.-Le-ristonJ
for hour and fired sculptors rapidity as
1 : deportment is receiving as were pursued an upon ment.
'A g > d many bonds at its own price as is now several times. ie uty on the Venus de Milo writers inveighed There i3 no doubt! that personal magnetism ; Dal.

convenient to purchase and if the larger There are rewards of $),OOO from the j jgo'el"nor against large waists Ovid putting is one of the best medicines for j LIft .fct Saudriu.hanx.
week Missouri and $.500 from them at the head of remedies against
offerings continue in the next :
insomnia, the will of the nurse subjugating : Nothing can be happier ana
t haein the past three or four Governor Buckner for Howard. He !lovt. Thewere' an undoubted outgrowth can
as they '
and calming that of the patientTwo i peaceful than the life at Sandriaghas
has about fifty well armed men about ,
days it may be that the treasury bonds from the bandages worn by the
will be lo \"eroo." him and declares he will not be taken. very unhappy cases have come under -, and whether alone or entertaining ther
restrain to
I to tendency
t Within the past three days the treas '!, The people of that section of the state corpu- my own personal supervision. One ,! friends, the Prince and Princess Wales
and much used
_p lily deportment has purchased 510,540- are determined to be rid of the odium t'!icy, were as by men as was my husband who became so wretched ': are an ideal host and hostess. They &

000 worth of bonds, for which it paid', of these feuds, and Howard will be by women, if we are to believe Aristo- that he would sleep about two hours i not, as a rule appear at breakfast: fe:

with the premium nearly :615,000,000. I captured. This will end the Turner-' pl! .nE>S. History also relates that Marc and then get up to walk all over the j shortly after 11 they come down aad

1 t The surplus to-day is about $.,000,000: i, Howard fend. as the MartinTolliverfeud ,' Antony had need to resort to such"means place, and often for miles into the coun- spend the rest of the day with the
ten days it 670.000,000. The stoppe-1 with Craig Tolliver'sdeath "to compress his swelling figure. The
ago One night I began talking to him In winter luncheon is genera
I try. guests.
decrease in the ten has been bands three number-the stro- ?
past days were ;jn '
., when he awakened, and finding that my I i taken at some cottage near where sky
nearly 823,000,000. pliiuni, a bandage wound round the bust;
_ KN'GHTS! TEMPLAR. voice quieted him, kept on, repeating ing is going on, and the princess aad&aguests
The bond
purchases yesterday were
a zona, or the waist belt, and the team,
$' .S21,100 of four's at 128, and :56,000 An ltnjioiu Couclav to Be Held In !< wound round and round below the waist. poetry, and finally mixing my sentencesup join the skaters and: walk wit

fo r- ld-a-bls at 10c Washington In October. ;I in a dread/ul way, I was so sleepy them after luncheon ia over. Tea u always
Nor the bandages alone for ;
{ r I WASHINGTON, Aug., 29.-Prepar.1tionsforthetwent'.fourth were wgr I myself. But he went to sleep, too, and ready in the hall at 5, and everyone
Extent of the Boston's compressing undue rotundity of form. :
Injuries Triennial Conclave
did not awaken until near morning. appears the men in velvet suits 22$
WASHINGTON, Aug. :31.-Capt Beards- ; of the Knights Templar of the United They were made wider and longer and was remarkable, for he had not slept so knickerbockers, and the ladies in tea
lee of the board of I wrapped in large folds about slight figures -
president stUTeyfthe
and Canada which is to be held That
States much at night for two years. dayI gowns. Dinner is at 8, and the evechj
United States steamship Boston, In to give them the of undulating -
in this city OctoberS, are nearly com : grace learned to Paris Bonn knowing
l41 official to the repeat is passed either in dancing or g3me5,ad
an report department
navy lines. From the latter use, more
states that the injuries to the I I pleted. About the headquarters of thecommittee that my' husband was very fond of it. about 12 the prince and princess give
I than the former, has descended the -
I Boston by the recent accident are slight. on arrangements all is bustle'I reprehensible So when he got wakeful the next nightI the signal for retiring and those whop

In all eight frames are injured, and four I and activity. The work of securing quarters habit of lacing, the cause of the had something: to say over to him, and to bed early can bet to rest; but tha ca-
the stiff whaleboned 't
for the Sir Tiiights and their wives outcry against corset -
s plates will have to be replaced. The : to my delight, he fell asleep before I was jority of the guests go to the smoki:
estimated cost of the material to be used I and friends keeps the committee: busy. : of today.
i half through the And so we kept I
: poem. till an early hour in the morni .
t The details of the great; parade, which is' In the ancient thin slender :;
in the repair of the Boston is stated off j days a very conversations for three
midnight I Chicao Times.
t $600, and the work $ ,.wo, in all 66,000 I j to occur October 8, and which promises figure attained to a much admired position up our
;i to be one of great brilliancy, are so far enfolded in and months, I telling all the fairy stories,the :
s Yellow Fever Coining.WASHLVOTOX i advanced that the commanders of each by being a large gossipy incidents, and repeating all the The Future of St amboaUD;.

; Aug. 31.-The department t of the twelve divisions have been selected. : voluminous strophium and tenta, and poems I kne.And little by little, eo ; It is not easy to predict what is to bathe

t of state has been advised bv a telegram : The divisions are so arranged as to place : using only one thickness of bandage as soon as he began to sleep every night he i future of this great boating interest

f from the consul of the 'i ni toil !. all corninanderies from one state, as far : the zona, producing the first effect of an was cured, and now a cannon fired in \Ve have over twenty thousand: nDes of
+ : m States at Colon that the steamer Adirondack as possible, in the same division. unnaturally small waist. When this did I the room would hardly awaken him. steam navigation we have original aal

has left that port for the United j I >;p to Sunday Mr. Harrison Diugman, not prove effectual in disguising the lack The other case was of a lady with enterprising boat builders, and an esor-
t States with yellow fever on board. The j the secretary of the Washington committee of cushioning to their bones they resorted
; whom I I her I mous traveling public.Ye have hil
in his does has received notification spent a year. begged to
consul telegram, not state from 213 to oils and unguents for bathing the '
.1 try' the Dalsarte movements of the body t in the past a phenomenal fleet of stem-
the port to which t vessel is destined. commanderies embracing 15,750 Sir body fat mixed with milk ;
I ; goose warm herself and about boats, particularly on our western men,
Knights. that they will be here to take i f -limbering swinging
OflVr.si Him Another Position.WASHINGTON. and the egg of a partridge, the conglomeration and the business has been depressed
: part in the parade. With the 213 com- until she began to feel drowsy. When yet gr /

Aug. 31.-Maj. Frank manderies are seventy-five bands, containing being highly scented was deemedthe she would grow restless in the night, and there are fewer boats afktf

', Strong's resignation as general agent of in all 2,000 musicians. Mora most productive of the desired em- she would arise and try the same exer- today than 'nentyears ago. Moreover

the department of justice takes effect ont than 4,000 Sir Knights will bring their i bonpoint. But great care was taken that cise. It finally cured her, after a -and this fa the most serious matter of
: the 1st of September, and D. E. Foster, "h"ith them. In all accommodations not a drop should fall on the body near :. year abandoned'tVby
of faithful Her trouble all-our canals are being
i ; of Iowa has been selected to take his have so far been secured at the the waist; in fact, while going through : practice. was
t ; place. Attorney General Miller has various hotels and boarding houses for !' the fattening the zona was worn more physical, while my husband's was I year. While Europe spends mfflifgaon

1/ offered Maj. Strong a position of exam- 20,00', ) Knights Templar, their wives and and process : mental He grew to depend upon me canals and waterways, while France

,)' iner in the department of justice. I, friends. Mr. Dingman has also notification j day night. like a child and if I happened to be is trying to make every little streaa

7 f v |I that 2.0CO, bar Knights from the Since the days of incense burning in the I! away from the house,he could not sleep.So I navigable, and England i3 trying to ton
Of interest to
Applicant temples, a record of which is found in ;
i states of Iowa, Wisconsin Tennessee, soon as a person so afflicted begins to I her interior cities into seaports, we per
t WASHINGTON. Aug. 31.-Georgo C. the books of Moses have been
; Nebraska Alabama amiIississippi not perfumes sleep well, the general health improves mit our canals to fill up or foolishly girt
assistant t
Tichenor. secretary of the i given in this list will be here, but how I used, and from the Egyptians, throughthe i I them railroads fa
and sleep is induced. As | to impecunious
jr A. K. ( more easily away
treasury, Tingle supervising I
man'commanderies I II
they represent is Jewish people, has passed the art of '
+ .i special agent and Theodore L. Deland: ;j oif Dr. Ford says, there is a knack of putting roadbeds. Is it wise Are we safe h
1 not Driven in the letters notification. them of aromatics and '
making burning
t have been appointed a board of exam- | The lice of march will extend about i'!! one to sleep, and each daughter of I trusting all our freight business to ra3-

'' iners in the treasury department for the four miles over smooth asphaltum I II' of carrying about richly wrought flacons ; the family ought especially to learn the j road corporations? Today we can, if tJa

+ t examination of applicants for appointment pavements! and through the most beautiful of scent which have sometimes been : secret, if possible for so much of the need come, send gunboats inland frao
.; I' made in the form of bottles and
w. as special agents. section of the city.A : smelling ;i comfort and well being of humanity depends the Delaware to New York bay. If ""I'epermit
I i I again as perfume sprinklers." The fashionable :
Two More Lucky Men. f upon women.-)! George W. I the railroads to destroy the bca-
SLIGHT MISTAKE. :: woman of t.ooawears her !
1 j x WASHINGTON, Ang. 81.-David Watts ; I antique Ogilvie in Herald of Health. ness of the canal between our ship Jird

s and John Green have been appointed t! Arab<. at Castle Gudenonblp Inger-i,I silver vinaigrette suspended from !and our navy yards, we may be snit

Kr} y postmasters, respectively, at Graysbush "toll* Picture as that ut a God. her chatelaine or carries her scent aboutin : The Benevolent Foreigner. i. that in every European war office tie
r and Mariaville two fourth class post- j NEW Yens Aug. 27Eight dirty a costly flacon rich with chasings or I fact of is noted fa
** our folly carefully
i Mrs. ilicawber in David
_ : offices in New YorkSERIOUS Arabs arrived at Castle Garden carvings, filigree work or enamel of ; Copperfield, Britain
looking i future reference. Once Great
i when about to sail with her
1! ;, fragile Venetian glass, or of metal thick- alway impe-
the steamer Suevia from 2*
; CATTLE DISEASE. on Hamburg. fought a great battle to destroy
: cunious husband for Australia.announcesthat
studded with .
and of
i i! The commissioner held them to awaiti i ii ly jewels, none a water route that connects the port of&*
wishes that
I They are Dying by Thousand* ou the i i the decision of thy collector as to :; greater size than can be readily carried husband take his York with the back door of Sew E=?

Oklahoma Range whether they should be landed or not. !i in the hand, which fashion Queen Eliza stand upon the"essel's prow and firmly

KANSAS Carr, Mo., Aug. 31.Reliable On the left side of the garden is u long :'beth instituted in carrying about her say: "This country I have" come to conquer land. Saratoga was fought to destroy ti*

} news, of the greatest importance to cat '! wooden counter formerly used as part I': pomander. By the way, it was in her Have you honors? Have you I a vital water route. Fortunately
!' of the lestaurant" Above :' riches? Have English generals who planned in Loafca
was a picture of profitable'pecuniary
: tie men in all sections of the United reign that perfumes and scents began to you posts i
of Bob Ingersoll with an inscription !i ? Let them be thus to cut the country in two ailed,as*
j i iI
States, comes from the southern line of i iI be manufactured generally by Europeans brought j casai
advertising a brand of cigarettes. On yet today ; our
E we are abandoning
I forward. They mine. Fiction is'
Kansas and the pasture lands of the Indian although as early as the Four- I are
the counter lava beer
bottle loaf of l
< a and see our internal stem**&
;. Territory. There has been for I! bread and a piece of bologna sausage, : teenth century the Venetians competedwith I always behind reality, and no fancied'I lion great thougfctoi

,i' 4 some time a suspicion among cattle :!! which had been left by some emigrant :': the dwellers in the far east in the I ilicawber ever carried his effrontery so j j system decay without a

dealers that the nerds of native and 1 The dusky crowd of Arabs gathered ::, manufacture of sweet odors. far as many instances, well authentic- '! the consequences

: Texas cattle which range in the territory 1 round the picture and began to jabber Ingenuity today is not taxed to furnish !t ated. in actual life. When, for instance, I Ithe j On the other hand-for there &is**

t but were aSlieted definite with Texas fever I in a peculiar way. At a signal from the fresh designs for scent bottles, as the Hungarian general,Klapka,had been ,! brighter side to every picture-there
nothing learned. I oldest man the"party threw themselveson .. invited' disposition the traveling 1'
A named gold and silversmiths have only to I by borne: agent of :Mr. Seward'sto f among
William copy
man Johnson hast
It on door with their bared heads to demand and safer bus
in larger finer
the relics of other in serve our army during the civil ,
just returned from a trip to Oklahoma, i days preserved fc
turned toward the picture of the lawyer. i bUgh&English ?
.'4 and passed through the country where It was, seen that die'were adoring : families and museums, the demand be- ; war, he wrote to Gen. 3IcClellan, giving e"erywbere.Ye are being *

,t the herds are pastured. As he made the { picture. They believed the picture was I i ing only for antiques, and the supply is !i his terms. Those terms were that he tourists who visit us howtose*

t trip on horseback he was able to thoroughly that of a god and the bread bologna i largely of imitations. Some beautiful I should be paid $IOOO)) in cash: that his our own country. We may compboect 3
investigate: the trouble. He j annual salary should be $2.5C$)) that he ly talk of our limited trains and all tb
says j i sausage and beer on the counter were !! patterns are devised in the form of the ; t *
i that not only are the natives aSlicteci : offerings to him. Two of the Arabs most grotesque of goblins and dragons, j t shonld serve as Gen. McC1 ellan'3 chief of Every foreigner who visits us asksfc*

but hundreds through:: Texas islands they are living bv I I were women and as the'ere led intothe I Ii i wrought out in gold and precious stones.. staff for a short time until familiar with of all for our steamboat routes, bets
in The south of'Arkansas hospital buildi:1!: they' threw back Others are chased with scrolls and sur- English, and should then take 3IcClel- i our lake, river, and sound bow art
City. symptoms are exactly I :1t1niil giances at Cot Inger1 laa'a known of all the world.-Chark9'
same mounted with and place at the head of the American
the a* Texas fever, but thorough but coronets coats I
soil ch.c.'ic. shiny
;t 1 : heat nard in
There Century.
Texans Lave never been known to die I, arms suggesting German workmanship; army was nothing unexampled t

R of the disease before. He says cattle I ":i..nu i Ex-cua'elerate4 Kruue. 1 i others are carved of wood or some one of about this. ',meek and patient Americans

P are being shipped to market from pastures .-i HIGGINVIIXE., Ancr.: 3i.-The I the bemi-precious stones as the onyx are constantly in the position of be- -

7 o where carcasses are lying in hundreds ex confederate soldiers of Missouri met i the bloodstone the carnelian and tl-e ing lectured on manners: by foreigners so The tuiastcGenera.S.'" .c..trj

h. and of the same br.inJsai those I in their seventh annual reunion Tuesday -I like. These usually have a base or ill bred that, were they Americans, they XEWPOBT, R L Aug. 1.-Post

t ship el, and that they are considered I senator Vest was present and of gold or silver filigree work, and cup would never have a second invitation ter General Wanaa'rer spent tha jtlweti.r.
goo enough for canners'stock, and aJ s""e I '! Usually of French manufacture compulon t
everything goes.FORTYTWO. I Cri s p aKo spoke. Daring h i* remarkshe although tion and pronUDCia-1 Congregational churh. and li=ter
I a eulo.n/.ixl Lincoln and Grant when I the carvings may be brought from India language by persons a sermon by Dr. Pulton, prey ent

: ROUND FIGHT.lhennr i some ..Jiin the crowd asked "What's Switzerland and Italy; yet another is of make themselves heard an audience I Princeton college.

the matter with Jeff Davis Col Crisp I silver inlaid with arabesques of gold,and ; on the graces of literature and art I
Jo* K Completely: liucvorth..Knock* Out answered that he had no admiration for I is evidently Moorish by orators who cannot even dispose of I Frozen milk, it is: asserted iu1'

Los AXGELE.I, Cal Aug 2 L=Tha I the ex-confetlerate president, when Gen. i I Who would suppose that the common their own arms and legs without the kept in a fresh 6btei:1detinieJy" ***

Southern California Athletic rooms Joseph Shelby who was CoL Crisp's I use of shoes and all kinds of foot coverings greatest discomfort Long suffering as many steamers sailing on distant royas**

were crowded Tuesday might to witness superior him oJicvr anti rebuked during the war interrupted was of a much later date than the we are by nature, Americans have. hadso are now provided with steam refns"
him for
-u. light between Joe" Ellincrwortli, of lIghtly of Mr. Davis. An animated speaking carrying of scent bottles? So one I am much put upon them in these ways atom, in which milk and other fX'-

New York, and Denny Ivelleher. of dialogue followed and the two former sure; and yet the people of certain Eu- that the revenge taken in Europe bv" may readily be preserved for aajr t

Bofctou. according to Marquis of comrades were kept from resorting to pearl countries long after they had Barnum and Buffalo Bill seems hardly of time.

Oueensbury rn=e,. lor a purso of ::.l.- OO.ElIiassxvortL blow only by the interference of their learned to clothe their bodies in an elaborate .. too '\"ere.an international retribution._ j t ---- --
: scaled 143: pounds and friend T. W. H. in Harper Bazar. Tennessee ExGoternorXASHVIZJ Dead.
costly fashion, were in the
Kelleher weigluvl 1.i!j. Kelleher wi E, Aug. 21. Ex-Go tet
the favorite at '?') M ::K f loudand Dams Burst. habit of ugoint"barefooted.. This was John C. Brown late receiver of

In the forty-sejoinl round Keieh1tr! CH.UILOTTE, X. C., Ang. 31.-A cloud- he custom even so late as the Sixteenth Man Changes LI ttle.. Texas and Pacific railway and w e"

got in a terrific nigh'micron; iiLiui l burst Monday over Kocklngham and vicinity century, and in the Fourteenth warriors Horace's rustic waited for the river to time of his death president of the 1ii

rcorth'sfaee.knockin; h :*i t'.n;-:: : : .oTit. destroyed the dams and damagedthe equipped in full armor rode about with- run down. If he could have waited long .e5See Cool and Iron company, g

Ho got. up.at the calf uf tfi: sce )flits l and maclruerv of the Peedee, Koberdee out any covering on either feet or legs enough he might have seen its last drop Saturday at Red Boiling Cnvtncr&. *

1 hung oato the rope>. bat could not .f:uKelMier. "_. the G'eat Falls the Midway and the below the knees. This would seem still roll by. But human nature is alwaysthe state, from hemorrhage of ilia atoms'
Elin.worth: C:'me to \.mleKrfleher : Ledbetter mills. The loss is estimatedat If He was 1 governor of Tennessee for
more strange than it does did one not same. one of those who died when
i, was Viu.! coucratulate 1 and $lOO"lOFi"e hundred hands a.e the world yeas from ItCO, and has for jea
hoot iiand with iiita. Jack Perry w as thrown out of employment The railroad recollect that even in this enlightened was young should return to it one of the leading and cost C1t1

referee. track of the Carolina road for Ii Steen day the Scots who would scorn any suggestion nerve he would not know its cities and n-1ocrsts in the s to.ti .

S. miles is more or less torn up. of rxutorisra.:.still cling to their


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I Labor :Note
I JOHNSTOWN BUSINESS MEN The sheet mill of the Reading Iron com

The Company: Hacking the Project pany, which, under the name ff the Reading -
Quietly Biding Their Time. I Will Probably Bring Suit Against the iron works, failc-1 about sis months THE TKOPfCA Till'.Mi LI.C.Jacksonville. .

- 1j LONDON, Aug. 31.-Americans have South Fork Fishing Club. ago, resumed operations Wednesday. The

heard once or twice, perhaps thrice, JonxsiowN, Pa.. Aug. 27.-The business sheet mill is one of nine establishments comprising Tampa, and

Canadians Have Injured that it was in contemplation here to men of Johnstown mean business ths extensive plant and employes Eicj West System.
Thieving if the 25 men. Within the next ten days the
btt construct a tunnel under the with a vengeance actions at a
it in Beliriiig Soa. English indica- eight other mills will gradually resume and
t a4 channel that should connect Englandand meeting Monday right are any to hands. Sca dnl('" in EflVct Muj- 20, issi, ).
2,300 .
give employment
tion. The had bean called to take
-- Franco. meeting
1nId --- To such work
a The cigarinakers' strike at Jacksonville, Trains of this line run on Central Standard
England in Sympathy With company, with Sir Edward Walker at action regarding bringing suit againstthe Fla., is praticully ended. ) Time anti arrive anti! depart] from theJ.
Is its head, was formed and time andagain fishing club There was a large at-
10 cia ? T.. A K. W. ana S. F. A- W. 1'nion do-
tber ,tt the Marauders its efforts were defeated. It may tendance and much enthusiasm. Sporting Sparks. pot.

dea4 be imagined that this company is defunct Speeches were made by a nuinder of the Bud Ronaud was fined 8500 for aiding and West

e'JledIn in Her Own Light if She Is. It is alive, and has no thoughtof leading business men and all urged abetting tbf Sullican-Kilratn prize fightJake India Fast Mail.No. .
She",Standing dving. It is a difficult job to tire an that a suit for damages be instituted. Kilran reached Purvis, Miss.: Sun- I L'7 Xo- 14
ofnaot Double the Number Annually Killed Englishman when he is confident he has Messrs. John Thomas & Sons, who day morning. His bond has been tired at 1 00 p m... Lv .Jtl'k. oll'il1l'r..r I50: a lit

That Was Contemplated by an Act of a good thing. had investigated the matter, reportedthat $2,000. It \\a-s si;;end Monday, and he left in 1 54 p m...Green Cove Spring...55 a nt

1 tnt, CoJ1reu-An Officer of the Alaska Com- The channel company is quiet :\ (' John P. Linton and W. the afternoon for the north. 40 p m..P.\latka.Junctiun.-t 2 3t m

:-ed Company Interviewed. working to gain its end. ft had a bill Horace Hose, two of the leading attor- Jake Kilrain says he wants another chance -' 4> p tn..l'alatka..I !'t, a III

1 mercial in parliament this session, but it was neys of the town, had agreed to fully i tu whip the champion :; Itf; p l1,. lllIllt ills tun...:j 24 a in
: 29.-Dr.
1:11. N11 BciLisn. Vt, Aug. Henry not pushed to debate because there was investigate the matter for a retaining :: 4:.' 1 p .Seville .j{ 00 a m
an H. 3I elnt -e, ofVest Randolph, Vt., not sumVient time to do it justice. The fee of >.1,000. The amount was quickly Atabuna Return Home. 4 :!0 p in....lel.and .Ju nctuu..2 00 a w
: order's
New 0, superintendent of fisheries of the Alaska company is apparently in no hurry. It raised, and a committee was appointee 4 ii'n p m..Or.1Il. ('itvJune.....l 4S a m
says that the bides its time, but meanwhile it is gain- I BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Aug. 23.: -- Clay 5 15 .SanfonL. ;
Commercial company to confer with those legal gentlemen, di- alias P. M. Lewis who arrested pin 1 L> am
Canadian: scalers arranged before leaving ing friends where they will do most recting them to institute suit at once. Clark for forgery at Waco, Tex.was, has- :> ;3, p m.\\'interl'ark..I1 5'JjimJ

Victoria to rendezvous at Land Parent good. The solicitor of the company It was also agreed that if their reportwas been brought back: to this city. He was (J|i 1:; l' ill..Orrintlo..I l 40 p III
told :your correspondent that the company favorable several of 7 -5 m.Kksimmee. !
be1dianba Ouuaga Island, where thero is attorneys former merchandise broker here, and p 10 'SO p m
felt certain of gaining a frion national reputation should be employedand a 10 I l-"l ".Tampu.
p i10
port of entry nor a customs: : jailed once before. His forgeries; p in
neither a hero and a friend there. Its iinplaeabl the snit hustled rapidly to a conclu- was Fred.Averett 10 .15 p :ii... \r Port Tampa Lv.. (I 50; m
There they transfer their sealskins are on Ja.mes'V. Sloss, Jr.. and p
has been the board of trade
q officer. enemy sion. Through the carelessness of some Pullman Ruftet Sleepily Cars between
to the steam tender Wanderer, which is a government department here, of the employes the graves of flood: for over 1100. i New York and:Tampa, daily. Xo 27
-- -- --- - --- -- S.IOJK
sent from Victoria for that purpose. but even this body it proposes to bring victims in Grand View cemetery do not at Ki>:simmee for !oillPPl.r.us.. M and 27

hiJe"II1tt Canadian Marauder around in time and as it is going about correspond to the number of the;morgue FOR $3,000. }I cor.nect at Jort Tampa with Plant tl''lIn-

.'These Canadian marauders havecrcatly its work iii and'English fashion, it is alarming records. I hip Lint' for Key Wot: and Havana. Shipail -.,

rce aDd injured the seal fisheries duringthe nobody mollifying many. This was painfulhillustrated Monday: i I :> from Port Tampa on Mombv and
said Dr. Mclntyre. The solicit said the nation would when James W. Shumaker. a prominent f.LWlla.Y-I.c\CA) Thur-davs
onJ past few years, i : on arrival of train Xi>. 27enmiect
"The number of seals on the islands we eventually tire of spending millions for merchant of the town, identified some > at Palatka Junction with te Florida
estimate at nearly one-third less than ships that wore soon ont of date, and of jewelry as belonging to his wife and Siuthein Railway.
when the marauders supporting the families of admirals, when the corresponding to the
began grave I I
six years ago ORANGE' GROVE TJ\1x
commanders captains, and would in- JannJ: DELAM> JUNCTION AMLv )
. Inat their work in Behrins sea. Prior to that number was opened, the body was foundto
time there was a constant increase in the sist upon a fair chance for the arts of be that of a man. The bodies here I I.EI.AXIt.

inngtheIr area and density of the rookeries. The peace. As an illustration of the pigheadedness were buried in trenches and Mr. Shu- Do La ud Xol!>II Xo>;;!9> Xo>7 .xo XuS i t

)ngthda killing of 100.000 seals per annum was of many who are opposed to maker had over thirty bodies in one ON INDIAN RiVER, I .J unction..;:.')(''p 10-IS1iI:1,1:4O 1 SOar ;
act of but the scheme the solicitor told a story of trench lifted Monday hoping that he .\ ) '
contemplated by an congress PeLuid..lli)5p -t-p :;:O 0p 12: >opAr Ht
Thejdo this number has been fully doubled by the Duke ofyollmgton's opposition to might find his wife. At the Prospect Hill IX FIXE THPvIFTY (CONDITION. --
'ast; bc:& the depredations of Canadian fishermen. the construction of a railroad between cemetery much more care was taken and IVland No:>2 XoS4Juuction.8Val2l.p2:20p Xo t.. o< .xu

wulDd Portsmouth and London. His objection every grave corresponded to the discrip- ; ,l:15p H: O
lttheir Too Many Killed. was that in case of invasion the move- tion on the morgue books. 1! THREE HUNDREDS FIFTY! TRES, Lv l DeLndS:20a 12:00p 2:0op) 400p 1 10:101.I.
'This is more than the rookeries can ment of the invaders would be greatly Train88 .
and )
k:I M run d-iiv! all
?J1 others;
eraIll blend, and there should not be more facilitate bv the road. HAS BURKE CONFESSED.
Ii Two Ilundicd in (;lood lcarimz. daily except Sudday..South .
re std than 40,000 or 50,000 skins taken each -- ---- I i
aadth.a6d. year for the next two years. If matters .\uothl"r1cthn of Cigarettes.NEW The Defense Seem Anxious that lie Should I 1.'lol.ida'omnudatiuu..

ftvftin continue as they have for the next few I YORK.: Aug. 29.-The Herald Have a Trial of Ills Own. N<.. *. Xo. G.

:' ) years it will not be long until the seals, 'I' that Carleton Harris, of New York, CHICAGO. Aug. 31.--Burko is said tc I : S :%ii a in..Lv Jacksonville Ar..O 45: pin

d like tho buffalos. arc practically ext -I says nephew; of Jay Sonld, died suddenly at be in a fair way to reach the witness INCOME '.' .*>:? a 111.,.\;rl't'n Cove Spriu<;...;) 44 p m

lib ertlJ minated. The Canadian scalers have, noon Monday at Round Island, N. Y.. stand. Judge Wing in his affidavit : r 10, 2.:: a m ...I'alatka.Junctiun..4 50 p m

ana for the last two years, been trying to geta where he had been spending his vaca Monday, swore that he was informed 10 : s :t t m......... ..Palatkt..A 45 p m

lei British man-of-war to visit the Beh- tion. The cause of death is supposed and believed that Burke had made I 01 10 PER CENT. ON PRICE. 11 57 a lil........ Huntin ton.. .4 00 p m

-reniajwhop! ring sea, and the fact that tho British tr) be cigarette smoking. statements to the state's attorney. 11 40 a m.Seville .:3 sy p m '

te4 cdsa government has not sent one shows con n._ __ _____ -- Burke batted his vigorously and I 12 :3tpm... DeLand Junction ...2 43pm:

P11 clusively that it does not intend to in i UrodJe Must he Crazy. got a bit redder under eyes the charge but I 'DI)1Tti 1:: 48 p m... Orange City June ...2 27 p m '
terfcre. The interests of England 1u- 1 -Opm p .VrSanford 1..1 55
Mr. Longenecker Monday afternoon still 1 pin
NEW YOKE.: Aug. 29.) Stevo Brodie
to those of
bee* Alaska are exactly opposite and his wife left here on the 9:10 train maintained that Burke had not confessed. J.OCK BOX 310, TITI'SVILLK, Daily hettreenJackiunvilleand Palatka;

noq Canada. I Sunday night for Albany, where his The defense seem to regard him as daily except Sunday south of Palatka. Xo.

ornlaj.JtoU. Not Likely to flack Canada. wife came from. Steve says he will go a weak brother, and would alike to get I }"I.umH.\ ,1 3 connect at Palatka with Fla. Si. Ry.

'England derives a larger revenue on to Buffalo with the purpose of floating him into a trial: of his own. Jteltcomillc told Sanfordl'C.UIII-
from tie seal fisheries than does tho over Niagara Falls in his rubber Capt. Schuttler Monday found the --- inodnfion.I0" .

.. United :States.: Tho value that is addedto suit man who is paying for Burke's meals. :
skins tho of is O'Toole is not the and the I / Nt>. 7$
by process dressing man, captain W B. KNOX ; :
: 0
> in..Lv Jacksonville;; '
p > Ar..I:. 45
more than tho original cost of the declines to say who he is. No tidingswere p
itenst i I I ;) 41 in...Green Cove ":
All that additional cost Sklns.1 received'of the till box the p : prinl.J1 a m f,.
goes or ex- 1 I"
iilezda Three 1'olygamUt Hung, by the Thumb 22 m... Palatka Junction
: 1 p .10 45
ii a in
uliadebil not pockets think of that English England workingmeu.will back and Whipped in Alabama.ButuiXGiiAM pressman, though both were being deli- I 7 50 p m..Palatk:! .........10 40 a M
up ; gently soughtWreck i House &
: eaT Canada: to the detriment of her own in- I Ala., Aug. 27.-Three Sign ,, ;S 50 p m..lInntin,tnn........ ;I 55; a m
: terests. There aro several thousand mormon elders named Engel, Taylor and on the Santa Fe., ') 22 p in.Seville. i) ;J7 a in

..teamrintJ.- workmen in London who dress sealskins Laired were severely whipped by regula- CHICAGO Aug. 27.-Eleven persons 10 :85pm.....Deland Junction... S 4J: n :| III t

and the British have millions of tors in Marion county Friday night. were injured in a wreck which occurred i iI FLA. 10 f>:i p m...Orange City June... D>> 25 a in
..t1ldia9at- dollars invested in tho business. If the They had been proselyting in the countyfor at 7 o'clock Monday morning, one mile 11 50 pin. Ar :Sanford 1..,.. 8 05amDaily :

seal monopoly is broken up these work- sometime, and among their converts west of Kinmun and fourteen miles except :Sunday. '

men will bo thrown out of employmentand were two married women who left their east of Streator. All the cars on the Xo. 78 connects at Palatka Junction with

recm the capital invested will havo to be homes and families to follow the elders. train were derailed the chair car rollingon Florida Southern Railway.

fled placed clbewhcre. Thursday night a notice signed *'regulatoy" one side in the ditch and the two Will} Estimate or Contract for Painting San lord and Luke JII.Ch iGail tit uy.IJLlvl .

4 year Senior \ot Armed. was handed to the elders. It read: sleepers partly tipping over. anywhere on Indian River : AKK1VK

JI1iam "I do not think of tho Canadian "If you are in this county to-morrow The bngfjago left (smoking and diningcars Xo. 118: Xo. 111 X... 110 X u 112
any the rails. The train
rhaottress sealers will resist the revenue cutter night you will be in hell next day. the were vestibule near limited from Kansas Can do all kinds of Graining eitherin ;5:10 p m 4:30 a m.>'anfonl..lS:20 a 8:45; pm
while the The elders refused to leave, the was 5:27 4:5; !) m..PaoIa..7:5y:
Rush. Thev have force m a S:2'2
no p a
band of City to Chicago and was due in Chicagoat Oil or Water-Colors, representing Oak, pin
following night a men wearing
welf :) :)0 :b);
o pay Rush is armed. Silk : p m a m.Sorreuto..7:34: a .:401111I
into the woods hun 1) o'clock. cause of the accidentis .
Dr. has been in tho serviceof masks took them Ash. Cherry, Walnut Mahogany. .; Ot (1:17; m.Mt Dora.7:22
iper19m- Mclutyre their thumbs and unknown. The train carried about : pIll a a 7: 't 0 pin .
the Alaska Commercial company for them up to by tIH; p m ti I::>(0 a m.Tavarex.7:10 a ;:t1t) pin
with switches. 125 -
d"Jeb fifteen :years. Ho spends part of the The whipped them severely warned that unless passengers.Many persons were aboard who are Wood-Filling & Hard-Oil Finishing. Daily except Sunday. Xo. 113 connectsat
women were
in Alaska and'part in Vermont Sanford with West India Fast Mail. Xo.
year they returned to their families at once prominent in the G. A. It, but no I

on.-' GRAHAM AGAIN. they would be treated the same way. names of tho injured have been, so far, 110' connects Sanford with Jacksonvilleand

iffr There is no clew to the identity of the obtainable. As soon as the accident occurred -I PAPER HANGING, Sanford accommodation: for 1 1'4.ints

frODprdi lit burc tfiuUy Shoot* Whirlpool napldll regulators. surgeons were ordered from Xorth.

In u liarrel-Shnped Hoar.NIAOAUA Kinsman and Streator, and arrangements I Indian Silver Kxprtvs.s.No. .

U.. FALLS, N. Y....lug. 21).-Car- Mi*. James O. Blninn, Jr., Ill. made for taking the wounded I :K.a1soD:1in..in.gI : :: 27 \t/. :S

basi- lisle D. Graham made a successful trip NEW YORK. Aug. 29 -The Herald says Streator. Division SuperintendentCrocker 1 00 p. m..Lv. Jacksonville Ar_l'J 45 p in
G. Blame Jr. who I
that Mrs. James
through tho whirlpool rapids Sunday has been rehearsing for her theatrical hurt says that no one is dangerously ANDSTEISTCJIL 2 40 p in..Palatka .Junetlun..10 45; p inJ

wn afternoon in a barrel-shaped boat. At is ill with I 4S p m.Palatka.Ill 40 p III

xtbdta first the boat traveled easy, but soon rheumatism.debut seriously It will be somo inflammatory time be- Advice to Cotton Growers.MoNTtvoMEur WORK, 3I2 p in..........beville.......... !) :i7 p m

was in the grasp of tho more rapid current fore she can appear on tho stigc Aug. 20.-Lehman, 4 20 p m... uLaml Junction... 8 40 p in
dub 4 57 ....... ... 04
in S
that hastened its journey. It rode I Durr & Co., cotton factors, have issueda ANTIQUE AND :MOSAIC p Enterprise. p in
- &! the the A ervy Marshal circular, in which they say: "The ti 50 P m....A r Titusville Lv... fi; 00 a In
eautifully. In trip through
: BinMixonAM, Ala., Aug. 29..At Tus- general cotton crop of the country the Daily except Sunday. Steamer leave Titusville
lEt:: rapids it frequently disappeared from cumbia Monday Marshal Gibson killed present year, 1889, promises to be the G-1.a.SS S1ain.in.g; : daily except :Sunday, for all i>uinU
sight, and when it struck the big wave to Indian liver far south Melbourne
stray Dayton Womble. Early in tho morning largest ever produced in the United as as
in front of Buttery's elevator it was out Womble was drunk and was lockedup States; but on account of there being For Decorating Churches. Dwellings at 0:00> a in. Steamers leave Melbourne

, &II of sight so long that many believed down it to by the marshal. Dayton Womble in the stocks now carried by spinners so and all Public Building.Special .-. MondayWednesdays and Fridays at nOt
cdmink be lost The course it took was bond and his much the in for all jioints south far a ,
' cam down, went took poor cotton they, spinners, a as > Jupiter
the center of the ricer.At it entered. tho whirl. brother home. The two brothers then will be compelled to buy of tho first attention to all inside Fini-h- connecting then with *'ta<;e for Juno and all

4:62 o'clock armed themselves and came back tc picking this year in order to get a better landings on Lake Worth. .

riP: Lad pool 1 and the thousands witness of people his friends who town. Mayor Steel ordered the marshalto grade with which to work off their old ing. Halifax River t: lnOi.

b gathered there to doomed: to be arrest them, but the Womble brothers stock, so that for a time at least there Very Respectfully Xo. 27 Xo. 78
recover the barrel were drew their revolvers, and tiring began. will be a good demand for a new crop,
instead of 1 00 m..Lv Jacksonville Ar..l2 45 in
disappointed for, being p I'
wound Woinblo and at It looks reasonable
it high
When Dayton was prices.
Js' and carried up 2 42pm. \r Palatka Lv.10 40
current III
caught in the main W. R. KNOX. p
dead and Charles badly wounded in the to us that cotton will bring higher prices 15
Jill across the pool, as is usually the case it :3 00 p IU..LV Palatka Ar..... !. 35 p in
shoulder.1al.8hal Gibson was unhurt from now until too 1st of October thanat
hugged the American side, and was carried t> {Ilp in.Orinond. fi 25 p in
father other time the ne.t Formation of the
The marshal's was present as a during sea- of the
ts into the quiet water in front of the any Notice t; 2.'> p in.....Ar Daytona Lv..... Ij 5 {Klan,
: special policeman, but was unarmed, son; and if this be true then it behooves "I'lhls'lIh.In'tel.. Com
outlet and forced slightly over } Daily Snmla .
tMEd* was and tooK no part, though he had a producers to pick and get to except )
For min- For additional times stations named 1
)II!' nearly to the Canadin side. a I ISO finger shot off during the {asila e. market every bale they can between this pany.>> at not
ute it'a u question whether it was to above, and for general information, applyat
;.d' and the 1st of October in order to :no.ilthemseh.es shall be
The of this corporation !
tho river. name .
around the or down city ticket office.Tickets
"pool" Dashed to Death on the Earth Uelow.OWEXMJOKO of the high prices likely toprevail. Its
bound current too I "The Titusville Cemetery Company. sale Ticket Office Xo.J5 .
But the outward was 29.-Bud ." on at City ,
strong and at 4:54 p. m. Graham passed I ,other Ky., Aug. principal office shall be at Titiibville, and West Ray street and at Union de|'ot.J. .
men, living
S# out of the pool and down through the Wall and two Louisville young its general business the laying out, beautifying .\. LAUNKRU, < J. D. ACKKKI.V,
the neighborhood,
srtBa fearful water opposite Foster's flats, I in and selling cemetery lots at a placeto Supt. ien. Pas,. Ayt.D. .

which is the. All moat these feared dangers by oil Graham rapidnavigators. :, their went hunting homes after Saturday squirrels.evening Wall near The venerable ex-Vice Personal.President Hanibal to Titusville.be hereafter The purchased amount; of and capital convenient stock F. JACK, General Manager. .

climbed a tall tree to recover a squirrel Hamlin is enjoying life in his quiet way at thousand ,dollars
authorized shall he THE
passed in and at 5:W m. Seymour I
safety, p.
which ho had crippled and in doing soviet his home in
He has
cosy Bangor. a big gar in full and used for the
Fleming"nnd John Lonsdalo, : to be paid up purchase
horrible accident While
with a den in which he to work and his
.( Lewiston, picked him and his little vessel : delights and improvement of cemetery pn>i -
above the old Lewiston standing on a limb seventy-five feet orchard and dower pots are his pride and ertv. The corporation shall date its cxi.-- NEW DRUG STORE

j* bridge up just the Canadian side.l'.rma.k.rt I from the ground reaching for his game, joy. Although 81 years of age he is still ableto tencefrom the time ot filing its articles of
on the limb suddenly beneath walk ten fifteen miles without
gave way or a day the Secretaryof
association bylawwith
Returning to \Vork. him and he plunged to the earth below. much fatigue.; and with the provisionsof Ira on hand a Fine Assortimnt of
State complying
W.d.. The strikeof Nearly every bone in his body was
1 Aug. The Death RolL the law governing organization of
. anti he lived less than fifteen
ended broken
" tho cigarmakers is practically will minutes after fallin Henry Shaw the veteran philanthropist, corporations, and shall continue for the period FRESH DRUGS.
About 150 men mostly ___
died Sunday at St. Louis. His estate u of twenty years
resume work. Without any concerted The record.. valued at 82,500,000. The business of the company haH be

action by resolution or otherwise, these Colfax, Ill., hail: a $75,000 tire; O good, conducted by a president, vice-president, Also, SPECIFIC REMEDIES. lt.AR.1NTEED -
men are satisfied that the offer of Manager IncL, a $6,000 one.Vanderbosch's THE CITY OF PARIS. secretary and treasurer, who shall con-ti- TO CURE tin.IWa for which

Gatto to my off through a window pretzel factory, Chicago She lireakft Her Own Itecord-T.me.:5 tote thel board of directors: and shall for they are Recommended.IF .
cut in tho side of tho stairway is all the burned. Loss 10,000 incon AFTER UflNtt ANY OF THEM, YOU
the first lie the undersigned orators -
m- Day, 19 hours and 18 Minutes. year
concession that can reasonably be ex- Fairmount, ilL, had a fSO.OOO blaze in its in the order named. They shall be Ala NOT SATISFIED WITH THE KHSULT: ,
pected. The Cuban element among tho bunicoss portion. NEW YORK -\ug.-at.-Tho Inman line the YOUR MONEY WI1.I. rjIEERFl'LLY RE
workmen hold out for another steamship City of Paris arrived at elected for each subsequent year upon FUNDED.We .
may Fire destroyed the Phoenix flouring mills first in July and shall hold office
week but it is thought all will be at work i at St. Catherine's Canada. Loss Q100OOlhI Sandy Hook at 4:27 Wednesday morning until Monday their successor, art: elected andqualify. have no cure-alls) hut a different -

by Sept. 1._ __ I The pork packing house of Swift &: Company making the passage in 3 days, IS Remedy for Each Clavt of Di>ea>e--

i at Kigsaj City, was damaged by flre hours and 18 minutes, breaking her own The highest amount of wulebtednevj or for Affections of the Liver,. Lungs, Heart
.In*' t.o r'i ld'. Ca M' DtmU*.*''. to the eaten! of $150,0)0. Master Mechanic record-tho best-of a trip across the to which the can at anytime and Kidneys ; for Female Complaints; and

SAN rn.\\( Io. Aug. 31.-Tlw United Tate tell from a roof and was instantly ocean. liability itself shall company not exceed uc- r.ho ()Ointments for Eczema, Ringworm,
States circuit court has been officially killed. I subject Tetter and other Diseases: of the Skin.

informed that tho charge of murder FJre occurred at Monear's warehouse Port The City of New York. half the capital stock. W. TL'TTLK Give them a trial andyou will not Lc

against! Justice Field had been dismissed : Costa, CaL, and spread to the shipping Involving QCEENSTOXTX, Aug 31.-The City dNew President. ISAAC DWIGHT E. BBOWS. disappointed. ,
by the Stockton court .Judw I a loss of probably over 10J,000. York arrived at,12:40 a. m., after a
Sawyer, accordingly: dismissed thohabeas The American wooden ship Armenia and passage of 6 days, 3 hours and 18 min SecretanGEO.: M. Roli2lN J. B. SCREVEN, Druggist,
6 in the of utes. The Teutonic not in at Treasurer, WALTERS. GRAHAM,
case was sight
(corpus proceedings I the British wooden ship Honauwar were 13. I TITUSVILLE, FLA. 7
Justice the time.
Field. burned to the waterjs edge. .



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1.I THE FLORIDA STAR. |. and if therect men to govern .the !I i iI object of government is to protect its i i their own- associations: ; they are no: tributary !f i I Rainy seaon.i L..Ju'urlb. -
I y l citizens the enaction of laws calculated -: to Sew York or Chicago. an
them ] by
I p town it is their duty to support in Brevard !i The ilinoj! _: arrive from th* B ,
PUBLISHED EVERY TlIrr.:DA Y. i even though they find they have made a ;: to secure "the greatest good to the association could be organized !I on the 20th. 1 -II

11! mistake in their selection. To refuse to !I Ij greatest number." j county, with headquarters at Titusyille, Rev. E. Hey-er left for ( it.\)

ELLIS B. Vl AGER Editor aniPnlsier.I. i j submit to authority which they themselves s'I| and 500 shares be taken at ,.1 each, we I 21t, for a short "1.*lt. I.. "-

..">O per llnUnl.El1l.tUtI ,!; have constituted i is like the childish BUILDING ASD LOA ti ASSOCIA7 should have 000 to loan out every 1 The Mary B left f-r Jacky tJ1fij ;
i month to some worthy citizen who de- the 23rd. "
;! proceeding of making a gift and then JOSS. |

1' at the Pott (pee at Tit *:fie 'l* reclaiming it. What mayor, marshal or i !i sired to build himself :i home ; and there j Cap IT. L>. Hendnclcsoa i left fr ,.

1 &cml-Cla Maitor. :; town council can be a succeunless theyhave jj j' A few weeks ago solicitor, repreening :- are many such in our midst. Thi money usual summer trip on the 23r.l. "$

s a building and loan association, with eyeand we No Sunday -ervicenow.. "u
; the of the people-:? ; would be loaned under our : <,JIiar
,l THE STAR i is the OFFICIAL news co-operation : !
,pa1er 'j headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia made could examine the security on the chool it- usual e"eryU:1day: af'x )':.'

liJ for Brevard couniv. We have seen numerous: instances during I II I his appearance in Titusville and called ;; E"erdollar paid in would be I I Judge A. f Heyser arrived
| the pa.-t few years of open oppo-Jtion on ground. from Ins extended: northern 4
for the ; :
i our business men together purl association rip 01
The Star ha the Largest circulation I 1 the part of some of our leading citizens, I II I used in the county. The j I :!-1 tho

1 rl of aDparer on the East coast of Fla. i and have heard the same cla.* defy the I I +ote of explaining to them the peculiar : would be a benefit to this section and ;i Barton & Diniick's. jelly :r.w.-f ,
i benefits which be cured by the ;
shareholderWhv not
j I enforcement of ordinance? which were ., profitable to its I running now and taming: out es
A SQUARE column.none inch in -pace; 24quar .-> : adopted a? necessary after mature confederation J;I i i organization of a local branch of his association : organize at once ; "A:*) -hares could easily :goods.
a their chosen at this point. Those present be placed on the river with a little energy : Work ha ?-egaa.11 thtr,t
Editor by representative i 1-
C\tthl !
advertising rate" enquire ;,
cent stamp. I s were informed that it would be necessaryto and perhapdouble that j vexes to the Hotel l Lake Worth ., Iii
alway> rncloinratwo >. Thu t'ille. since its existence has !I on our part
have one hundredhares taken here We Laneharl i- theurennteiivirr..; (; 1":,
:in 1 less thah a suresti ;
amount year. i
known three different and as
ENGLISH dukes all bean: ; dispose of mayors II j jj t and form a local l association, whose members I of citizen-e called to i, struction.At .
and in each that a meeting -
boards of aldermen, iI j i
and a- there are very few English peers i i I j many would then be entitled :o all the : a meeting of the west s.u r :e.,

j remaining in th? matrimonial market i i'I cae. they were discarded a? unatifacj : I! benefits enjoyed by the home members in 1 consider ther matter.PSOTECT10S on the 23rd, it was decided: u> I' :!
aredevotin j tor Two of our mayorhave gone :! ------- ; T. Ernest name to the School Board 5-.,.
E welearn that our 'mammas" ,i Atlanta. The arguments of the misioaary -
into retirement adder but wiser men, j \ VS. FREE TRADE. j.; appointment a- School :Saperlr eft
a great leal; of attention: to worthy young were plausible. We were told that I I for district No. i>.
maintain I and the one who holds the honor now i is i i I It has been remarked that English: i j
Americans who are prepared to 1 after becoming members we could borrow Work i- r.neiy
progres-ing: un :De
t wives in that luxuryand splendor whichis i about to make his exit in like manner-I' from the company any reasonable! amount syndicates; are bursting with wealth sian well. roar being driven"by Mr JDurst I.c-. .l
and and the people are getting of their free-trade policy, I but of ail
enrye.ar becoming more more :I for building purposes at six per cent. i j irrespective ( ; course proj hei 2i
!: another. They have tried three and it I Mr. Carnegie ,, to when he will strike naer.tJr
the case with our northern girl?. i per annum. This statement was, of : while in our protected country ; a: wig
I begins to look suspicious. We cannot has coerced hiworkmen into a ;; depth, are useless.l
r. those for
t PROFESSOR Sor=A, the famou leaderof help! but have our iniirivinzand doubts course good news to present f! -ettlement and compelled them to sab- Messrs. Geo. Lanehart ..f Pan: Bead;
I money at a low rate of intere-t is a rare } Ja-. McFarlane, of Lake: Work .
our marine band which i is the finest I a.to whether they shall ever find a good reduction of from 2 mit per
i i
article i in the south, and in Florida it ,: to a j i iI j Rhoad-, of Miami, have been appuiBtg>
military band in the country, has one. It i is just possible that they themselves A ('f !
col-I| would fill a long-felt want. With cheap ,, cent in their wages. strange part ; as the new School Board for this cooatr
lected quite a number of anthems of I It are partly to blame, and we cannot who their |i this feature is that England pays better I and their commission have arrived &j
cannot see
world together, which he is about to pub !I; help being forcibly: reminded by their clear money to many the existing high rates of way in- \ wages to her workmen than any pro- I i been forwarded to them.

1i h. He says that when the Queen of lack of succe-- of the man who had three pay tected in Europe, Ilotwith t:1nd-1 I "AX
country ---- --- -
terest would be glad to secure a loan ; j I
England held her jubilee two year* ago. II wives and! as many divorces on accountof I and which I!! ing her immense population for so small I Melbourne.Mr. .
contemplated improvements
volume of national anthems wa. i issued, incompatibility. who decided
1 a temper. have only been deferred on account of ,': a country and which i b till; increasing..1 and Mrs. Dave C. Jobac! v "t

under authority of the British governi i not to marr:1ain, having become the lack of necessary capital would be'!'': This years statistics: hothat the imported up from Jupiter bound on a Tii: 'J

ment, containing about thirty-five musical convinced that he never would find a $2 worth of cotton from Cocoa.
made and boom visit
at once, a building i i
Y -election*. Among them was Prof." I woman to suit him. The representativemen us agaia. These were the good pointin j! this country in 1S57, which i is almost as Mrs.. Jas G. Baccctt; returned 5a::adaT

Sousa's: rrmgementof 'Hail Columbia, !I who refuse to pay their road tax favor of the scheme presented by our A- much as France. Germany and Holland to her home at MalabarHer =erritrahave

forwarded through the State department and those other amiable gentleiQcn who combined imported from as. 0 it will been in great demand lately.
r ianta friend ; and while one or two business ,
rs at herequest of the British foreign office.s draw the line at the sanitary ordinanceand
be that free-trade i is bet
England a
I : men could not figure the matter !i seen Mrs. 1). W. McQuaihas re a' i
Prof Sousa holds that 'Hail Columbia' I avow their intention of testing its
j out satisfactorily in all its details, and ter customer: for our cotton than we are from summering in Georgia nib*
is the only one of our national airs that legality if enforced were the most ar- I
ourselves the
| failed! to imbibe the general enthusiasm according to government evidently enjoyed the '\"i-it.I .
can honestly claim the title. "My Cuuntry j dent .-apporterof the present mayor which the remarks of the speaker created i, statistics. Out of $-SW,((:>r),H.>o of exports
r Tis of Thee!"' has the un-American t daring his candidacy, and will no doubt I Jupiter Narrows again open-&
-all but about 12 15 of which
and were somewhat dubious as to the to per cent time a little north of the old aoseJK lf -
air of "God. Save the Queen: which 5 is take active in the next .
an launching
'1 r part ultimate outcome of the affair, there is agricultural! are dependent on a I > lover of sport will again taft r sad I II
I the British anthem and therefore it has ,! on his stormy pathway, and in a few sufficient those :I free-trade country-England! -for their fishing there
were -ent at I
claim in the world to be our national ; month it will be the old among pre
no tory again. I
sale and indeed for deal that is
I the evening meeting to raise the necessary a great Col Carter chief engineer; of there!
j, loch Nor does he hold that the 'Star 1 j Some ordinance will be enacted i bastian the river tbe
H< necessary one hundred shares and our local i| consumed in the United states. I Company, went up
Spangled Banner" can be our anthem, I and its enforcement attempted and they ,I branch was organized. Our members ,i i Let us just step across to France, only last of the week on his way to Pahth
because it ha the old Engli-h air of will begin fault-finding. y I to meet! the party who hathe cones
in and have the twenty-one miles from England, and see Hotel that
: t Anacreon in Heaven." ] are now good standing, I for the at place.

-j ;aj '! At the coining election a mayor, marshal privilege! of remitting their dues regular.iy how that country is progressing under t Indian River Inlet i i- now closed xaij

OUR TOWS GOVERXMEST. ( and collector, clerk and treasurer to the home office, and when in want | protection, as: against free-trade Eagj j we have camped on its margin ia HK
and aldermen be i j land, where. it is said state of
assessor two are to of a loan-which : possibly occur in a things:
In a short time the citizens of Titu- may i Hole cut, where it wa impossible! to skep
I elected. The selections to fill these places the near future-they will only have tosend j exist hardly to be credited by the American -
ville will be called upon to select from for the noise of the fish coming ia whh
a among their number the proper otSeers t I should not be made in a haphazard way, in their application properly approved -i j aDd English peopla, and where the the tide.

: but each citizen should exercise his Godlike by the local board, and thrwilI I national debt falls with a burden of over
who will be charged with the duty of .
Wehear that the Chattahode.having
for their The gift of reason in the matter voting receive their money, prorating there are $'_f ) per capita! Free as air and sun- steamer
acting as guardian town. i
for the individual who seems to be best funds on hand to meet the demand. Of I i shine." runs the saying, but these are not been examined by Chief Engineer
which the characterof
Hi important bearing havein t fitted for the office. The candidate for course, if the| application for money in free to the citizen of the French repub- j Perry of the Peoples Line and focal HI
our municipal government mint :
t I I mayor should be a man of jirauit** who the vicinity of Atlanta should be great lie, who is taxed for each. window in his !:good order, will probably remain atJaj -

( retardingor prompts u promoting* to Gill attention our future to progress the- will enforce the town ordinances JelibE."r-1 -and we regret to say such has been the I house and each door's opening. It is not I j piter thiwinter..

i matter at this time and urge our reader | atd ., without regard to friend or foe. I case for several years-the board of directors i- ("commonly suppo-ed that keeping board- Captain Paddison hathe beacon

t who reside in Titusville to give the mat- 'i iI j The marshal should be a counterpart of at headquarters may decide to y 5 ers i is a luxury indulged in by the erected a* far as the Narrows More wi i:

ter their careful consideration. The government I the mayor, always ready to execute postpone making any further loans ia j' wealthy, but in France you must pay $5 be needed in the future, but one ia Ja-

of any municipality during the |s his order: without debate, and to demand Florida until the home demand i is:: supplied 1 tax a month for the privilege of keeping piter Narrows, we hear could be lent

j conformity to the ordinances from all a small pension. The holds well dispensed with now.
: in which 1our fellow townsmen government
t4. .' first few year of existence i is always* involved -
j without regard. to standing, j I the monopolies of the match and tobacco -
with perplexing difficulties and respectabilj may be di-appointed a time with I II We received a pleasant coil l froG

,k. our own hht. n no exception to the j ity or color. The clerk and treasurer j the result of their investment. With i I trade. and these national productions are "' MessrTom Mitchell, F. ,A. RobiiwtL.

p rule but has been burdened above the I! should. be such man a. you would employ j ji this possibility in '\"ieiwe decided, out ;' both very indifferent articles. Parisian* I E. Bronson. G. W. King and Job(

4 average in this respect.I Our limited territory J i In your private business for similarer- I of curiosity, to look into the matter as are taxed for the milk they drink : every-I j I Waller, of the Life raving Service at

and small population lit resulted i. vices. The assessor"office i is of minor j I best we could and find that we are the i j mor=ei of meat and Ash brought into the ;! Jupiter Inlet.! They went down on the

importance and the present incumbent I jj branch of i city: subject to t.1x:1.tion.11en a caskof their da-:
t, in a corresponding revenue while our quite a large concern. The j I Friday morning's boa to begin

ambition to have Titusville compare favorably -j will probably be elected without opposi-I j association has on its books over 21 ()(jO ,t! claret holding 22"> litres i is brought ties September 1t.

1 with other towns of much larger ,' tion To fill the vacancies oa the board .-hareIt is possible however th:1tman' .| within the fortifications of Paris the tax I Tuesday forenoon the whi-tie of the

!j of aldermen we should elect men who I of on it amounts to 45 francs. No wonder
these in
area and greater amount ot taxable: property are not good standing: : ': engine and the broom with white fa%
< are large property owners and of sound but all | the boulevards are infested with hapless
ha- fathers t admitting they are
:* placed our city in much paying up s! attached, at the .top of the derrick &
judgment. Tho-e people! who seem to be their dues for the sake of | pencil venders and discordanireel singers -
ti the same position a*. the head of a largefamily ; regularly argument i nounced that dear Fee. Ntsbitt i

i whose income is meager; and yet most succeasfni in the management of the company has at di-pcsal the J!; (*) : that grown men usurp the vocations Turner had struck a dow in their *ek

ii i is desirous of having his son and daughters 1, their own property will be most likely to vast sum of :$15l s J per month to loan. ,! of our street gamins and that your Drilling was continued during the &J

enjoy every advantage which the give the affairs of the town the attention But great as this sum may appear it''i fee of a few coppers (proffered timidly i and of until depth of
children of his wealthy neighbor JK*-: they deserve. If foible! the aldermen must be remembered that Atlanta :is ': with a remembrance of the silver quarters -I II about part 420 Wednesday feet was attained.WaSB

se s. Few people realize that the average i should not beo engrossed in private 1! quite a large place : it is expected that it I i I donated at home) is greeted with a I slightly impregnated with sulphur! 3*

yearly revenue of our town during j business as to preclude the careful con-1. will grow to !<$000: i in the census of the grateful *'merci." Ye if the victim be j obtained and in quantity. the 5o*

the three years of its existence ha* been ,yy: sidenuion of municipal matter It is present year. and there may be no'''I content who shall commiserate him ? A the great *"
.j 1 being largest obtained appro
p a t I let than fourteen hundred dollars : yet : no: reasonable to suppose that a heavy trouble! in placing all the available funds J Frenchman will labor early and late and yet tweet-
I 1)0(00 !
mating gallon* every
such is the fact, and when n e remember ;' property owner would sanction the 1':1"f f of the association in that city alone. We i ip i contentedly make his noondame.aloIl four hours.
t : that a um greater than a whole year"* 'I; sage of any ordinance calculated to t have known of a private firm placing y j sour wine and stale bread for 304 day t! .

income :: jure a town of which his property i- ai that i of the and calls down
"as expended (with the approval' amount monthly at more than year blessings I

of our citizens at the time), in the attempt ;. part. I Ii double six per cent. in a small town in upon the head of an extravagant government The Orange GroiveiV I'nlon.

: to secure artesian water. and that i i We have made the foregoing suggestion -I 1 Florida of J less than l O,uw people, but i: on the :Srioth: that he can dance I| TV HI A. .4.Jj..arl Cifi.? Poir4 .

ft no JI erson with the proper ability could I i I s for what they are worth: and in may not be so in Atlanta ; competition oy tae light ot street illuminations at the I Sik-I hej j jest red your letter aal lI *

be expected to fill the office of marshal 1 i conclusion would -ay that there i is not so i may be great and money may go begging 1 j glorious fete for which hi* taxes paid. i I see you w.antsfibt.. Now. sir Idoatthrow

t"r, k and tax collector for less than $."IH a a ,y| much importance in the selection of oifi- j i at six per cent there. And yet it is:: one Would the free-trade Englishman dojthiT i,' my oranges ia the way. inn

year, we can understand that it ha- been J I i cers as in standing by them and supporting per cent below the legal rate in Georgia. I 1:: you ses we hey no markit, I kin SO'd1'
--- -- a bushel weI
you of shows
-- cards what
er ..# simply impossible to provide the many j; them vjier their t'lf'Ction.rhat Ti- 'I We are afraid the more we consider ; ,I hey a markit. You *es our nas

i improvements which have been demanded ;', tusville needs mainly is a strong government 1 I i the matter, that money is not likely to j KemarKaMe: Rl' (UE. : should hey a "say *o.' I agrees with jo3-

c from time to time, the necessity of ,i; and it cannot have that character 1 j I: pour in upon a* from Allanta. We ; Mrs. Michael Curtain. Plainfield.! 111..1 I I won't give up mv nu:1hOOd-I a3ing "

i k f : which could not be questioned. Our corporation i without the co-operation of the Ix""Ople-1! have not yet heard of any of it coming i cold makes the statement that she caught to ship to the"markit according t3
which settled on her lungs ; she my jedgemeanL I 13 box eras
has up to the present time, i We hope to have such a government during this way. We shall be glad to chronicle i j was treated for a month by her family I last -ezon. I got 4 ship dollars, and trOUJY

been nothing more thmm experiment. ;j the present -eu-'ne which will i the arrival of the fir-t package and shall: physician, but grew worse.He told her J hey got more, but the last returns c&&

Our municipal machinery was untried, j command the respect.If the communityand esteem it a favor if the recipient will inform '. and:he was that a 'Ao/fr.* rictim f-f conpirfiptton on a postal saving the oranges had.roti
no medicine
and in some respects was not adapted to !: which will have the backbone to pro- us when the event occur, that we Her druggist suggested could Dr. King"cure Xei her. i ted. I don't care for foreign /

the situation, and consequently has provoked ceed in the enforcement of its ordinances may Use it as a new item. i s I Di co"erfor Consumption ; she bought haic: got none. You tickles ne &****

: much criticism. No one can deny (first making sure they are right). f / a bottle and to her delight found hersell t I yoaes the Fruit Exchange Nor. :of Exchange
j paying The consideration of this subject has ; benetUted from first dose. She contin ;; don't think enough ,
a that our town officers have had many.dituculti '. no attention to adverse criticism or j i convinced us that while, a? a local'' ue! its use and after taking ten bottles !f, to write and ask for the fruit. I day*

a ; e. to contend with, and yet we'Tiiust S! defiant utterances from whatever quarter ]' branch, placing second fiddle"' found herselt sound and well, now does I! propose to ship to them. Another tniBr

not be understood as claiming that !: they may come and with such I Ii to a' her ovru house work and is as well as how come, if the Exchange i* goo
a home office which is likely to absorb our ,i she ever was. Free trial bottles of this j I they never fits, amofourfruit- Icetf
$ they have left a record which should be +i' course we k predict the opposition will be I f tribute without return mlno:. be a Great- -Discovery at Dixou fc
a model for the future. Even the present short-lived, and that before the end of good thing. we are in favor of building .' Drug Store. Large;: bottles ,-Ot.. and -51. |''I men are only Floriduns; tfiJ>

1 incumbent we think, will admit their term they will l occupy a more dignified associations :!O. haint New York and'FiladelPhis b1:- 8**
on general for .
that their reign has been far from principles. I I men. Another thing-do \"oumd ;
; position than of their
perand ,
any predecessors do know that '
in Philadelphia
a family
many Uucklen"srnlca :ship ? Another thin
Salve. um
feet, that while m.anobstac1: + confronted ,: and it will become less fashionable i *
who own their home, with all ,: THE BEST SAI.VE in the world for Cut Exchange U a new thing, and my tai-e
them, with careful consideration i icooperation I! to scoff at their authoritThe '!! always sed h31
modern Bruises. Sores. what
j passage convenieaces/would still be paying Ulcers. Salt Rheum, Fever never trY- you
energy and firmness many j:I of astockordiuancemight causeindividual rent but for the building association Sores. Tetter. Chapped Hands, Chil tned before.
J defects might have been: remedied and i in few blains Corns and all Skin Eruptions You l
1 j injury a cases, but if the and we are confident such an and Nothing more at pre-ent. ait
that much of the criticism showered ;! majority of the people would be bene- organiza- positively. cures Piles or no pay required \ the advantage of me in laming
would be It is
a great benefit to our county guaranteed to give perfector you needn't be scared hit back nth
them has been
deserved. I i I
upon j fitted by ifs passage enforcement the if its business were confined within our satisfaction, money refunded. Price your best argiments, for I her sense "
The people, after all, are the rulers.l i! parties injured must submit. The very county lines. Philadelphians Wong: to ,, 25 Grey.cents per box.:. For sale by Dixon 10-19.; ..t.! my side. Respectfully,

I A GKOWK2. ./. ,

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mMe miserable by indigestion, Cons EDWARD STILING. ALBERT TAYLOR.
Are tion". Dizlness, Lola of appetite Yellow SW: ?
.Vitalizer is a positive Cure. Sold by Dick_
e B.llgia son.t art. Tituaville.l'a. 19 Wants STILXooaT A. LOR.Cocoa .

- The ReV Geo. H. Thayer, of Bourbon, Ind flaYS: I
myself and wife owe our lives to Shiloi
a. Consumption kIth Cure." Sold by Uictnon & Grey, Ti.ta.rlUe. Indian River, Florida.
.F'a.t I -0-
() ; _--- .
J1tilIe" N 1sal Injector free with each bottle of Shilol' DEA.L/ERS IX
Remedy. Price 50 ceut Hold by Dicks
ft lor Catarrh, Titnsville. Fla. IS WATSON&CO.
t lt k Grey ,

:: SUJ1aa -Ir. L. B. I"avson of Xlrrowha; !' I Hardware Stoves Tinware
fteisag, Crockery
: been in town for a few days. FORWARDINGAND
_--_----- 1 I ,

tip OutctA The Invalid's Hope. :

Many seemingly} incurable cases of AND AGATE-WARE.
>rr Mood poison, catarrh, scrofula and rlieiinatism 1 COMMISSIONlVIERCHANTSJ t
etceJle: have been cured by L'. B. n.1 Paints, Oils\ Class I and I'ntt.v, ,
(Botanic Blood Balm). made by, the I o TABLE and POCKET CUTLERY
Jtta, Blood Hahn Co.. Atlanta.: Ca. Write to ,
I. tV.J1 4I. them for book filled with convincin Plumbers' and Mill

: ofr proof BARBED WIRE
0. \\'. i;. Raider, living seven mile ,
from Athens, Ga., writes: -For sever ) Supplies,
dent. years I suffered with running ulcer: WIRE NETTING

' incurable.which doctors A single treated bottle and of pronounce 15. 1.1 I TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. Doors Sash Blinds WIRE

ot did me more good than all the doctor: I and CLOTH
I kept on using it and every ulcer healed.:' -:o:-
1). C. Kinard fc Son Towaliga, Ga,.
llr.the writes: "\Ve; induced a neighbor( to tr. WE WANT BRICK LIME CEMENT' C3r13.Z3.S5p
J.A. ,
, B. B. B. for catarrh which he thol1gJitjn
hesit'lli .nra1Jl as it had resisted all treat T
att1 ment. It delighted him, and continuing- SHINGLES and LATH ... ,
its use he was cured sound and tvcl l" nsiuTAC lii.i:.
B. )(. Lawson,East Point Ga., writes: WE WANT

1PO nj j and tttl!! "kept)1J"growing wife had worse.scrofula She 15 lost years.her hair Sh You to be sure to Come and See Us Ship Cl.l. :t1d1el.Y: G-c>c>ds 9

and her skin broke out fearfully. Debil When you come to town.
red count1 and, jty, emaciation and no appetite followed Agents for ALAIASTINE, the perniaiu'iit coating for wall: and ceilings ; For Chattanooga Pi-\v Coinpany's -
After physicians and numerous advertised \\"EXT plows: and cane mills ; Planet r. farm tools.:
medicines failed, I tried 1;. IJ. B.
Sin.'iffl't. To Talk to You.
and her recovery was rapid and com Gauze Doors, Cook :Stoves anti IJanges. Gasolene Stoves Collins and Caskets.
plete. WE
Oliver Secor, Baltimore, Md., writes"I : WANT ARTESIAN: : ] r..lL PIPE A. SPECIALITY'.
10 'ereT suffered from weak back and rhea To Work With You. -

to matism. IJ. B. B. has proven to be the Catalogues, sample cards and size ii ts sent free upon application. Correspondence solicited: and
or.ly medicine that gave me relief." WE WANT estimates furnished iruul 1rtl '.

1turda1rri Post> You the Markets.
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florlli. :: on STILING & TAYLOR.
s A. D. 1889. In Chancery. _
WE WANT ------ --- ---------- __
---- ---- -- -- ----------- --_ __ .4, __
NELLIE II. WARD, complainant.
turnedHti vs. To Ship For You and See to Your Ship L. (!. OLIVER. F. T. BUKiK.:

JESSE ,r Ann,defendant. melts here.
Upon the bill in said suit being filed, I OLI-VER & E1J"DGE
and due proof made as appears by the ""ErAXT 7Dealers
afli'lavit of complainant to the same
: Handle most of the
To either Buy or
said defendant reside
ind- showing that the ;
;e good out lof said State. it is hereby orderet Fruit and Produce of this sectionof : illGEORGIA
that a hearing be had on the facts charged the country.
in said bill, on the first Monday in I
he& December, 1SS9, and that said Jesse WE WANT PINE LUMBER
ertteikth t Ward do appear before said Court: on 01 ,
) before said first Monday in December, Yon to Know, if we cannot Buy Your

itnct A. D. 1SS9, and plead or answer to said lroc1uct'Ye Can Ship it for You. SHINGLES AND LATHS.
bill.anllllcfenll against the same and tin

facts charged therein, and to do further, WE WANTirou
d.and and receive what said Court shall consider -
1 mile in said cause. to help us to make Titusville adistributing G-E ER..AI.J.I :EiA.R.D-VV: : AB..EGi

)aIeq' Done at Chambers at DeLand.' this: point for the Product ,
7th day: of August, A. D. 1889.
J1rith JOHN D. BROOME. of the river, and sell our
Judge of the Circuit Court of Florida ProJucthere.. Sash, Doors and Blinds ; Stoves Tinware and Crockery.P

in and for the 7th Judicial Circuit. ,
dee, HENRY '1'. PRIEST, Clerk, WE WANT ,
gineer' Juno, Fla. 18-IJmo: PA.IN"TS A D OILS.
din Ln. fact to save you money, and can do it ,

blaster's Sale. if you will help us.
&t tJCOD D- Refrigerators Water Coolers Ice Cream Freezers
Under and by virtue of a decree issuing ,
out of the Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial WE WANT

. District of Florida in and therein for Bre-depending You to know we are head-quarters for Screen Wire, Screen Windows, Green-Wire Doors.
yard county in a certain cause I .
eril Vegetable: Crates, etq.
wherein David Y. Russell is complainant ,.
'na'TefJ- and Gustavus B. Snell and Bessit
Snell his wife,are defendants,I will, as Master WE WANT
in Chancery,sell at public outcry, to the _
Boxes and
highest and best bidder for cash, on Monday To Sell you your Orange TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.t t
from the 7th day of October the same being Orange: Wraps, and will do it if you .
--- -- .
-- ---- .
-- --- -
-- -------- --
I1SOI1> the first Monday in the month and a legal will come to !see us. ---- --- -- ---

Job> sale in front day, of between the Court-house the legal hours door of in sale the, WE WANT Steam Launch Eleanor ; C1yde S"te tJn:1ship:: CC>DNew Ii

'tatthe town of Titusville, Brevard county, Fla.. Tork Charleston & Florida Lines.
the following described real estate, to-wit:: : Yon to know that we arc Aueiitb fur the 37 Feet Long, 7 1-2 Beam, : ,
All that certain lot of land lying and beingin furnish
la-) Ocala Rock Lime, and will
r the town of Titusville, county, of Bre- 2 Ft. Draught ; Cost, new, $1,800, :
,':ml. State of Florida, known as all of lot it low down.
if six ((6), in block twenty-two (((22), according CAN BE BOUGHT CHEAPG.
to Baron's map of the town of Ti- '\\"E"A T I tddreo I
Ih' : "inr
& tnsville, filed for record in the clerk's office f
5B know that burn our own
You we
[ of Brevard county, December 0th, LOUTREL LUCAS, ;
Bi 1SS1 said land being in government lot Oyster-Shell Lime and}, of course. I
1 ; 210 "Yn11er'it.. Kail imoro.!! reD.chI. two ((2) of section three (::1)), township can give you bottom prices.: mss
twenty-two (?'S), south of range thirtY-five
(G>J) east, according to United States survey \\" WANT Ynm Ynm Peach Trees I
3dater ; together with dl the appurtenances ,

thereunto belonging or in anywise apper I You to know that we handle Cement ALSOCEYLON The Mapiitkvnt :Steamship-: this Line are appointed l to sail l a.s t, !!:1.'\I' :

taining. Terms emit and Plaster: Hair. I (Standard 'Ii m('.)
.- Dated this! 28th .lay of Aujrn-t, A. I>. RED MAGGIE, ..
O' 13& ,
on1t1'h WALTER S. GRAHAM, 11.1VANT AND ALDO PROLIFIC.On From Jacksonville to New York. I

Master in Chancery Brevard Co.,20-3t., Fla. To impress upon your minds that we Mariana Plum fcftock. (Guaranteed! v CALLING AT CJI'\mLSTO N } j From Jacksonville to New York.

repre'Cnt True. IlweJcolS, 1 II. SUIH1ar Se I)', I. at 8 3') a m I (LIWCT: OH CALLING AT CHARLK-TOX.)
XOTIC12. Thompson & Edwards, Yum Yum is the Best: Peach ever cIIEROliEE: ,. TLurHiay. ... I", at 1O: noon YE\US}; Tn>!"d2j,S r jjL 3 at 3:60 p m
i in Florida and 1EI"I:: .. nllda- s. at ::30 p. 1U Frl ty. C, at 3.-VU iuTuesday
Circuit April p.
In Circuit Court nf the 7th Judicial of Chicago, planted ; ripenin DIl\.oI' J.hursl..1Y{ .. 1"t r.:60 a. In SEMINOL1' : W
11:0QCOIS. 10. : ra
l of the State of Florida, JJrcvard The largest manufacturers of Fertil- May ; Price $3.00 per d OZ Order now. IPUQtOh: .1 "S DJay. 1.., I't.30 a. m CllEHOKEE. Friday, 13. at 3:CO p.p. in
county, A. J). 1SS9! -//1 Clmncay..TUJ.t:8 6. ,\". IDNEH, Tillmaii ?Ia., CIIEItOKEE. Tlrur.dy. :: U.. at 113fJ a., m SI\U\OJ.E, Tuesday, II.at3:00pn,
KIN scrs: in the west, and keep constantlyn 1t IU SEu1NOL1:. ". Sunday ., Y at 1,30 p m IROQC0I8" Frid.AT"'O, at 3-00: pm
1 mOQLOI Thursday, ::6. at 6:00 a. In CHEROKEE Tueday, h ; at 3.011 pm
JJa't v>. i hand the following brands of their CHEROKEE sanday. :.?, at .:00 a. m SI\i OLE: Fridar. .. 37:at 3:0) |'lu
Minnie E Smith and ;}' FOfl"t.lourto.nlliam G Joods : PIONEER COOPERAGESyrup SEMIN"LF: Thtrcday, Ott {. at .1:00 a. In

lt \ Barton Smith, I World of Good for Orange Trees. Barrels $2.25.

01' her husband. from the J JIt affidavit of II. F. WorKl of Good, for Truckers. ,For Information Regarding Freight and Pa.vage apply to
lid appearing Gauged to ardor ten cents extra.Wheelwrighting
Atkinson, a member of the.firm of Jones]: Pure, fine Ground Bone. .1 A. LESLIE. tlJt. Jacksonville; T (.. EGH:, Traffic Manager, 3-i Broadway, Nttii,

Atkinson, complainant's .solicitors, that Blood, Bone and Potash. and Repairing.C. J..1 JOHN STEAD L.HOWARD.A (Fernandiua T. F.A., Jacksoinille.: F. 3L IRONMONGER. T P. A.. Jaik.c.uvulc.AV3f. .
) Minnie E. Smith and William Barton 1'. CLYIH.: A: CO.. Cf.n..ral .tge.nts, IS Sonth'har.c4.. riiHailflphia : %. IIoliiig \\-
Smith, co-respondents in the above entitledcase Chicago Bone Meal O. 33. Green, X..w York.Straw1rry .

are non-residents of the State of Florida Dissolved Bone. Honey barrel and Oval Wator Breaker ----- ---------- -- --
---- -
and that the said respondents are respectively from :?'!.OO up.
}11t Plants in: Sep1ierD..berI :
over the age of twenty-one years, WE WANTYou

it is ordered that the said respondents,31in- .. Tanksand : llit lrat'. Jil ,,'( :!J ( ad Hoffnuin &'((ll nl' $4.00ptr 1000. Order airly.Several .
Smith her know keep hand )
J Barton we on
nie Smith and William to all kinds of COOPER AVonK to order I : :
!. hu&band, do respectively, on or before the ulphate: of Potash. Brands: of f ERTII..IZEltSpecmr)) adapted to our soil and climate.
31- VUh day of September, A.1).1889, plead, Land Plaster, 1'. .10 IIX O\: lMi\x KIVEK IJnAND, manufactured bv an old firm the Davidge Fertilizer Co.

jfii answer or demur to the said complainant'sbill II.V.. Ashes LaGrangu, : : Florida. Send for Circular. Also Bone Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, etc., and Mapes' andDavidge's
that the Canada ,
: of complaint herein filed or Fertilizers. A full line of Ornamental Fruit Trees. Send for catalogue.
. said bill will be taken as confesed, and Tobacco Stems and -- _
that the complainant be allowed to proved Cotton Seed Meal. EACOTT 85 CO. I .JOHN B. BEACH Indian River Nurseries, Melbourne, Fla.

f < ex parte with his said cause. And it --- -- ---------- -
is further ordered that a copy of this order - -
K IKJ published in the FLORIDA STAR, a newspaper WE WANT TITUSVILLE, FLA.. 1- .J. 31. SA"fEH.SOX,

published in Titusville, Brevnrd You to Give Us a Trial on something.;
jjt r county, Florida, once a week for four consecutive TIN&SHEET-IRONWORKERS. 1I PORTER & POTTER Yacht Sail-makers
weeks previous to the 9th day of WE WANTTo I j !

September, A. D. 1889.
e : Witness the Honorable Jolm{). Broome, merit your patronage: by fair and GUTTERING, HOOFING. 84 & 85 South St., New York,
rt of the said court, as well as A.: A. business.
Judge onest dealings, and we mean And Manufacturing of Tin Ware.*, AND
and the ;
J Stewart Clerk of the said court,
seal of said court, at the Court House in TRY US. GALVANIZED WORK, Real Estate Dealers, FOOT OF 55TH ST., ATLANTIC

, Titusville in said county of Brevard thi i -:0Hespectfull.y:- i YACHT BASIS, BROOKLYN.
C Oth flay of August, A. D. 1889.! And Repairing of all kinds j --
1 A. A. STEWART, -
1- Clerk Circuit Court. Ln be Wort It Dade (;o.. 1 la. j ji Particular attention uiven to Pleasure

JQXR.17. & ATKINSON Solicitors, for Complainant J. S. WATSON & CO. Location. : 31\IS, ST. near' river.. ;.,2 i I I Boat 1 Sails of all description t.FLORIDA .' 50



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I NEWS IN BRIEF.A j'!! i('() l unltiOJ1 S111'C13Cured.: I Mm River Steamboat Co iI |i I "FR OST LINE" TO THE FRONT

To :fiE : >rroE-irlea TOWN Contlen dtif .i o.? Interaitl-ij Itan* oa J i i''I Liva pt, Uive ft'Iopdf r the aLo\e-uan I ;.
i Various Subjects '! disea.-f Bv i:" tuuely n.-(' thousands of ocpele= I If
i .,. shall teglad i Having Purchased: the "Fro-t ..
i c.i e= Lacy Y>--n p'nnmcntlcnrpl [ Schedules in effect MAY 12, 1889.! | Line.
I Nt\v Lou sv.lie southern bridge at Tyrone, tt send" t''\-, titles of mv remedy FEEF: t'J any f ; I the nere-sit-
lay, ha bee I testel an i proaod'iei 1 goo]. I I i of v.uir r".adf1rl, > lave: c"n.-amrtiun it they will Mt MI I LUCIE and feeling keeping Up
!' Its one of ths highest in the world. sord I.:.- ti..-ir esp'>'a;;< and Felt oAiv a ldre! *. !j TEAMERST. 'I'Ii her past Good Reputation a* a :swift: aaj
d London Practically Cut Off From 1-r. ..t en h '. m
The Xati riuJ convention of reprs.entatives : T :\. :o'LfT )l. O lei, Pearl *t., New York. I i Leaver Tm>viLLr. Great Courier, I ask of the people a G .

_ { the Outside World i iI; of commercial bodies of the United States .'! .1; 1! Arrives Melbourne._....12::! noon I It tinuance of their Good Favor t
3 aJ.1I and
t I will be hell n 3Lnieapoii3 Sept. --- --- I

and the m iubera will discuss a bankruptlaw Advice to Mothers t Retcrning: Will Make Contracts for

.. In Consequence of the Numerous which they will endeavor to race Mrs W IxrLuw's Sooiax G Sys:r 3han13.lasy s 1! ounle-.1 noon I
r. be used when children are CU:1Lg' teeth. It relieves Leaves )!el
1 otrikes There. adopted by congress.A ths little st;es.rntonce: ; it pr octrees ataral, Tit_vine..n.._..... 6 p m I Delivery of Lumber and largj
fatal di i aflei'tin Arrive at
iu..ar and *a.e ; ; quiet sleep,and the lit1ed1<.rub aTT-iieaaa''bnght ;
t1 the hor1:1 Maryland. as a button." it; 13 very pleasant to taste. Itsoothes i' Above daily except Sunday.STEAMEK i!

Threw girls at V'ichita, Kan., eovrhii: ,d a the chil...sof tar sth -zusis,si'nyspsis: ,
Ilie of rood Iliiiunx hort-Haniedso -
S'lpplj regulates the bowe: ,anJis the btat kuowa remedy HEOHGLX.i i Cargoes
their character.A .
J' Chiea.j i.e.r5paper carrier claims that other cac.es. Twaaty-Hvt xnu:: a holy Melbourne.. .> a m ,
Laborers to Unloal Them-\Villiatu he was sent tu tae penitentiary oa a false: -- -- Leaves tlr down Indian Kiver.
------ - Arrive at Jupiter...................... .s pIn Anywhere up
O'Drien, the Irish I'atrlot'lIn: Sent charge trum-.1: up by a tuilhoaare whose I

t to Jail-The Channel< TnnneJ.LOXDOX. daughter fc J i;. love with him. Intelligent Readers will notice that M;n.hy-. Welhnerdayand. Friday : Be nre you ee rae before elu?in;: coa-:

Rumors ire ,..flat that President Kamscn elewhere.lbilptaafully.
Aug 31. -TLe strike begun Returning : |
has detenaritt i to revoke the appointment
by the do k hb' rers has groTvn into cf Frederics Douglass as minister to Hayti .. ;") a 1111 j I ,

y alarming proportion ar.d it is estimated and! appoint a white mac, who would be iI1s LeavcsJupiter I !bourne.... p m I

that over 100.(XX) E en are now out of mere accepabi to Hayt ians.. t 4 Arrives: and Satanlay2r" .-. j S. H. RAY,
work, not all as striker bat perforce be- A very successful test of the new (cruiser R I 1

in? out of .rlOyiLe..t! The strike of Charleston ha been made. are not"warranted to cure" all classesof !:: Connection imade I at JTituaville j jw 4 Owner.A. .

the dock men was a: tint not regarded Secre.arv of rlcalturi Rusk i:' situ to diseases but only such as result i Til" trainof the .1., T. & K. \V. ?yattM -1 j
t favor ChiL\i f..r the world's fair. from a disordered liver,viz: all North and at .--- -- -
1 irith concern. bat it is now realized that to and from points I j

no one cLiss of men could have effected The Cro-tprct.tales- ep*>ra'e fiuLs.Pr Vertigo, Headache, Dyspepsia, Jupitervifi dailytage for Juno (7 I M. Hamilton & Co.
k rsiJ-i;: Hirn'oa siy* tai: thi q"x ".roa made with i ,
connection i-
such results by a strike. miles) where j
damaging Fevers Costiveness Bilious/' i
of an es.Ta: at-ssi.,n o: cougr ess hill rot been .akaCartli' for all 1 1 laid- i
It first threw out of employment the tie steamer {
deter mina! f FLORIDA
( Colic Flatulence etc. TFTUSTILLE, ,
i men who load an-1 unload ships, the Along the Iin>.' cf the Paaami
{, lighter that transfer gooJs to the of abandoniaeat prevaua.Eastern For these they are not warranted infallible rintemlt'nt.c \\'holt--u:.' !),.:al' rin
bat arc as nearly so as it is poi. W. lVATH: ( >N. nl'l
s docks and all those manufacturers:: who :capita.LiCj: have torm3l a >.-oill i. .lt>le to make a remedy. Price, 2c t.

,. depend upon sea'-orne cargoes. The nation to !nwhiie: all ta: c.,al prup rty SOLD EYERYWUERE." ( ;. ACKEHLY, <(
t diips tr'). li:- idle.: Flour coal eta along the noagahela. river, aad cu: trol F. JACK f General Manager.i Indian River Oysters
the river basness.: I: ..i.! require -SI:i.O;jj-, :,
afloat the -- ,
are in plentiful quantities on -
I ((}) to make th> deal.Wedteday ,
Thames and there they will lay until: HfriDERCCRFJS.Tie Letter from a Prominent
_ was the thirtieth anI: y rraryof "l'T to'art'("'Ire for(.4'rr >tops: al papa. cn'tras .
:: work is xesuaiCvl the dt ._-)viry of Ir.J.. ;tnl. *-O8'L'.7nt.ef- '..:!. iCf;: .at Druirpists. ntir.x.ZCa.N.v.- -- South I'lorida Druur I: F LS L-I

1 j But qo:l is an absolute necessity and A strttrt car driver in Boston i b ore ot the CONSUMPTWEr. : > '. ,ru. Fi .\.. .\ll.; :l';. '?:1''I.

Y dealer* who have coal barces are asking heirs to an estate valued a: ?;JOO.Oou. E.-. <. ., ',:: ;:.lti, .iti*. A:' t:. i. '.' !i et'n>a' loe D. *;y'.Z.'I sttr'r' (; lDL :
b1.1)ricer.Tixey get ordinarily $;17'er > The glass and crockery men in Whee ing .'Ax' -'. / ('S C I!of-O s:R 'TO. ,. I C'. li La..; .-irt-1 ill A l. Green Turtle and Game.

1, ton. They now receive *12. say that the reports of a'trust, formed by : .. .. :;,. i .,_.. '.jY ,. 1 -'! :..' 1r .vi: MU-in reply D> your inquiry a-*
f x xi O X> < HILL
The Trice t>f Food. manufacturers of window glass, table glass to what w". think oMOIIX un.l ,

_ i I I'l Fool, especially: vegetables and meat and crockery, are absar _\XDFEVEli TOXIC we remind ,yon'a3t t \11 ornery will.NCf'lVprompt whether by telegraph carets, ortentlon.

$a# is likely to go up in price in the cetrop- P. B. D. M. Columbsni.> claims t.) be PARKsR'SHAIR : that our first purchase a in ye-ir asp tall \ ![ letter or r r?on.. i:
: the was .
( olis. Aa Ostoud boat entered the river the only surviving lineal .leacenian: of ColiiTibas BALSAM two ca- 5. our next order ; ------ -- -

I on Saturday with about :$lOVO; worth ha' '' ea to tae mayor of New Cleanses and bei Cities the hair. for :a ;.:rj)-- ; our third for two jrro s : our I. FOR ::..1 LH.

.' of rabbits two-thirds of this quantitywere York placing hiniolf .:t ta litter' disp-osal Promotes a : fourth for live jjro":'. and you now Iiavein II
landed: bv but the in connection vrh the pnj-: i ..*!- .rat olin Never Fails to Rectors Gray I hand our fifth order. which i* for fiveSioas. A tart of land on Indian diver in the

were sent stratogem luck:; : to the con-remainder 1*9:2.: t s Hair bib l.U1jrna Youthful,1 hair Color.Prtvectj fal.icgS' \"e never expect to handle it in I, county of Brcvard. r.n-i>tin:: of f i.:;

': t enees. The Kaik u:: came:: to London Tureecccolooys ot sionipuCal, i r I \'.an.1 ?L(O.at I ni! ; -ttt. : less quantity but may require larger acres" it belt lot No. 3. and south halt

with a cargo of mutton from New England thought they \njild; have fun this vacation ---- --- -- -- ---- : !loN thi fall. of the northeast: quarter of Section';;5.

and cannot unload. In the docks playing tel atiing. So: they began on u It Shesexcellentatisfaetioi.: : and we ; and lot Xo. :3::, bein the southwest 'iuartcr '

1 there iOO steamers to worn-ca --:ami on the beach near Point CARD-. : do not think we havi had a just tout1 of the northwest quarter flf section

l be unloaded.are over waiting Sal, and i... tueaty-f days, working not ___._-__ ,___'_v,__ ,__-__-_-_'_ __,____-___ ._ 1,Mint. although h in accordance with }tour ,i iI :130, both in town.-hip l south, range )

II I... a SnT ri- ;ht hours: a day, rna.le >t24J.Criiuta ; j r .I... M r..'E !N-. 'VLTEB... S.; HIUH.U i, I instructions. we promptly refunded the ( ea-t. This is a very desirable piece othauimuck.
P to..;'!. rt Bn\" rd :> re3rdb- it a reliable party think- it has ,
has -. 'etel and Ca..ulti ,. I money oil of rich quality. Suitable I
table ever sus tract Co
4. pr- \t-tn> t (i. failed to cure.Ve have had a half dozen ;i ieomplaiut ,
4 that London could be so effectuallv cutoff John Eili James O'Brien dLd Eudd of this kind out of a? many fur the raisin: ; ot all tropical, fruit"_ L
F.BNS! \ ( ?- j
from the world and made suddenly Jlorr )n were killed by falling; scare in a Et hundred bottles sold. Yourtruly.. !, situated at the Narrows near Euw IIt*t.

an inland town. As yet there has been mine near Ci arles.oii, .,. Va. A. E. L'HILLir:> & 1J1ZO. : office. Will ell cheap fur f ca>h. For

t no disorder, but soon there will be a One of the train* belonging to Baruu'n: & ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. I,. >. .-\\c omitti-d to state that we I particulars address

pinch for food and the outlook is so Bailey's circus was ..reck
alarming that the authorities are hold- : Y., and a number of valuable. nu:.; horsewere :: -\H pra.. "tu. :I Illl the out.tetof the bt\ettti: with perfectatisf tctir11 in Fever with ,!, :t Brockton. Ma>*.
ill the military in rradiness. The killed. i';r.-iMt .-. :it Ill ihf -:ieuie art.pest l faoib-
t; adhesives The little tics:! t->r Kxiii.it.iu AM! Pr'i.otins. Laud Titles. I or without Chill?, and a- a quick and :?tire
strike is gaining continually. steamer Lame Duck: uus ru: <'Uiaidiitand Heirs i is :
i 4 torre'UJf'11" "' *oliit"a fu 1 j remedy in Mea-Ie--for. which! it not
Eight thousand: sailors and firemen down by the Coiaruunwtalth under the 1-: I HAS
I- x 1 to J>,".j:i"'u ili-.nt Mn.y !o I "'an. I recommended 1 A.- R
and :..'>(X> lick men at Isle of Dogs and Newport brilge across the Ohio at Cincin- --------- I! low 111'1)1"111"Ull' by the.l it l is proprii-ttir iurtltraLle.Yours J' tftJEKINN ', 'rrv
u to
I the coal )porters at King's Cross have nati about lu o'clock under night, and .\. GINiKA: :>, i ? etc.. TO 70 BE o lti Z o

S aKo joine in: the strike. three of the crew are supposed: to have been L. 1! A. E. L'HILLH iV: IIKof FAILGU SUPERIOD HG.C.cs .
'tat' !premlln drowned. An hour later cue Commonwealth 1----- ICAh.Kt1IITOANY .
was burned to the watery rage, at her land ATfT-AT-LAW f \ AND NOTARY FUBLIG.Kuek IN C'co.
Tie: strike i* still spreading and the : i ,\. H. i: IU.lJ.H1.1'. i
$ relative P>, itior:! of the employers and ing.James: Florida. I I 103 EMEDv Flit.
Le Lv.
and HUes brother .
Henry uavlaid. : %
: : -uj'i.i.tutiC.I:11 r
the striker
::iais: unchanged. shot and instantly killed William Miller at : t DAYS

Rumors are in circulation that the Brunswick near Kansas City. A year ago I L. (_,-\ CLVE. f 1 AVANXAII .d'ultd.\; .
:printers intend joining the strike which William Miller >hot aad killed Jjsepa Miles D. -- -- li't.t ( Wholesale Agent
-- --
virtually fight for a universal eight ; --- --- ------ -- ---
is '
during a quarrel which resulted from Mile '
; 1$0:1 S4.eWiDr.Ma
'. : hour system and wage earners in attention to Mr?. Miil-r Miller was acquitted i = To it once hIDeFRBH !I I OTICE.M .
trade IB all
brauces of hitherto believed to )
industry of the crime. Mile brothers swcr fit(>\i..t.:: Florida. I fpiiciag; our 'i r,. ,M c'k'ttn th?* jjrt' nf- "-n.u' > ()fJlLfjtt
1 be beyond the reach of the contaminating ------- -- -- ad gouda when the people c'a see I
----- ---- ------
revengo.Thw them ws will Mod free to one zI-1'alt notice :
f' !t int'luence of strikes are becoming: Spring Lake reservoir, near Fiakvilie : THKArfHEL} !. 'person to Mh lortUty.tii very I I
restive an-l inclined to cast their fortunes A.M. ben Mwiag-michine made la Th-ir.: wliereas. the I'artl I of Couuiy
ri R. L, burst Sunday afternoon. Three the world with all the ..
1 persons FU.
j with the 1 were Jrowned.and VJHW damage: done tc ATTORXEY-AT-LAW: .--l line of our toady: and than -ionrtb
ot more Hu
on :\ petition
No Sign; ot Improvement. prop P. U. Ik'\ JO, .\\}-ORI'. I:'LAW I show what we tend to those who I of the rei5tcl"t"t1"oter- ot said:
1 The paralysis which pervades the shipping Hctfaiau, of Chicago: killed his 2l!* ;.:"-.nee in all the e"ntit es 01 the SefUOir 1 ly R,( L may call U:your home,and after 3 elation!
shows suns improvement months all hall become your own I cotintv. ..lill order that an
industry no of newly marTl .l wife anti then committed suicide. : 'lit aLl! -'uprt-ine Court. 1
i operty. This rnnd machine umade I ot
+ in London and ships are discharging Jealousy! after the Sin err patent. be held on the third Tuesday

x at Chatham an J Southampton Two children at Nashville, Tean, playing: : ALLEN E. HEY Ell L which, ran oat hT it told nut oat fcr 893.:before with patenta the October. 1SS1>, the saute being whether the 15th

without interruption preferring the "doctor," administered pills to each other tachmtnts, and now sells for day of October. ISS'J. to decide

chances of getting their cargoes to London and one is dead. fM FREe machine. o.B.st.atroDgnt"most in the world. AU aie-I. the sale ot intoxicating liquor, wines or

1 overland to the nucertainity of Mrs. Vic. Hamilton Attorney- tTj:' and nriiivpvsur'pr I i .Ne capital req1L ftd. Plain I beer hall be prohibited in said county
: being u: Atlantic City, >. LdM brief,infraction gien. hoe wbo write to u*u once tt_ I II the
f I able to discharge at their accustomed J., fatally stabbed her nur girl in a fit of I cure free the best ewing-nachina in the world and the I Ifln I II for the two year? next ensuing: after
Worth Dade Florida. I *t Itn.ofworbofb.1 artervr ihown togetberin Amrnea. ,
i' dock. The has declined i Lake County 1 1I said clcctioli.i .
to act
lordmayor anger. I 'I.'at:E a: CO.. los 74O .uPa&a. MaimNOTICE.
as arbitrator fearing: to interfere in duties Albert McMillan, of New York, upon being :! Will furni-h Ab-lract- of Title to Dade! I I I i Therefore. I. .\leXo'111l1ertcwut.: .

l' properly belonging to the judges of the told by ha physician that he would diE County land-. I I Clerk ois said Board, do hereby give notice.
courts I 4 I as required bv law. that such election .
of consumption in six month, stole 2.:?(( -
O'llrien and Gllhooly Convicted. from his employers. auJ it is :mpPQ? ",.i has I II I ( ,.c ATKINSON: Ii July 0th. l.>si!>. / i i I will be held at all the precincts the m
-J to-wit :
I said that
y I on day.
gone sotne vc-r:' S mr.h to :die: in good s-yie. : county
DUBLIN The trial
31 at Clon-
Aug. the
Notice i* heieln given that the foilow-;I I third Tuesday in October next for

akiity of Ir. illiam O'Brien and Mr. --- _k t 1111'IL(.)'o-it-I..a n'. ingnamedettler" has tiled notice of his j purposes set forth.In .

James Gilhooly, members parliament intention to make final in hereuntoset
1 Four 1'rawp Sold at uctIO.' proof supportof testimony whereof I have
for County Cork who were charged ri-\iile! Florida. his claim and that said will be and thi- nth lIar
1 MOSERLT. Mo.. Aug. 2u.; Four .- proof my hand official: seal
with Nationalistic -----
holding a meeting, tramps arrested here for \"a'YL'aaCwere ; -" made before A..1. Stewart. Clerk Cir- August, A. D. 1SSO.
which had been proclaimed by the : T. :' .\ I>En= .
government put up at public auction )Momuv from J. cuit Court at Titn-t'iIle. Fla..on August 1 [L. S.] A..1. STEWAKT.
a f was concluded Monday, re- ,. I 30th. 1Si'J.! vi/ : \\"ilJiamhl.'PPY.. of j ioner .
in the the court house:: steps. The sale had : ATTORNBY-AT-LAW t Ci'k Board Count. Conl1ni:* ?
the defendants.
suIting cpnvictioa '.'een duly advertised accordiiig to the !. Fort Pierce. Fla. II. }:. No. 1W;1. for | 16.OTICC. .

t )Ir. O'Brien was sentenced to twomonths' 111'and there! was a large crowd present W'll Brattice in all the Courts ol the$ \tnlu- the ,r. 4 ui :-;. W. } ><'1'. 10. Tp. :;.i. S. 1:. i --- --_ -- -
imprisonment and Mr. Gilt C.rcKit
h;ui of Florida. 40 E.
The bidding was not very spirited. \ .
hooly to six weeks imprisonment. .
: 1'. o Uox 2TITfsVILLE.: FL.11\
: hard labor. Two of the tramps went to farmers for He nturs the following: witn '<-e5 to
out Upon the expirationof his cOJltilluon residence and The County' Judge and sheriff of Bre
their sentences they will be asked to $2 a head, and another was bid iu for --- prove upon #
cultivation of aid land viJohn Kich- vard County. Florida. will meet with the
.I bonds to the seventy-rive cents. The foarth tramp ENTAL OFFICE OF
give keep for six !
l months. In the event of their peace could tin,1 uu puroliaser. an 1 he was returned D ard. ,r. S. Kell. i B. F. Darlin::. James Clerk of the Circuit Court at the Clerk'sutlicc
to jail The: three who were I all of Fort 1'ierce. Fla. I j in the Court House in said (prevail
the bonds Ii
give required } will be i DR. l. T. DANIEL '1 \uust.lSS9,
.. I who desires on the 17th
their day
sentenced to two months' additional im- sold uiii t <*rve p'uchasers for Any jer>on to protest county. ;
c *,. four 11l0C t1;. OK'OA FLOKIDA.: against the allowance of such proof or for the purpose of drawing the Grand
I pnson len i Will be at the Grand: Viw Hotel Titusvill.. on who knows of any substantial reason and Petit Jury to serve :\ttl1e fall term
After had been ---- -------- -- --
9 sentence pronounced the First Monday in each Mouth for week or under the law :regulations of the Interior of the Circuit Court. You will take notice
4 t taken '
they were military escort to more. 1'atronacenlictte'l. and ill work guaranteed
the Cork jail Upon leaving the court i! to be "stisbctvry 11 Department why such proof shall and be governed accordingly.
cheered THEGiORYOFMANSTRENGfH ----- not be allowed will be give'i an oppor- !!! Witness inv hand and enl of CourtI
room they were enthusiastically ,
,t r, by the crowd that was waiting outside l I M.I"I L. DODSON.DENTIST. I tunity at the ah)'..e-I1t l1tiOlietl time ant! j i I thi, August tth.; ISS9.

t ; and at the jail they were given s similargreeting. >YI1ALiTY place to cro-s-examine the witnesses of I [I... :-;.] .\. A. STEWAHT. '
I:II I said claimant and to oiler evidence in Clerk Circuit Court
How Lost How Regained I _, -
I rebuttal of that! submitted by claimant.

ire I ___
Losers rxchange Shots About a -TH ENCE < 55ce. until further notice, at Indian I \ all whom it may concern. dciuai1"All persons

t \Vomnn-Both Wounded. OF River CihHotd.. who have any claim or
_L lfE ST I LAND OFFICE GAIXESVILLE.:: FLA., i against the estate of August liars deceased -
j CHICAGO Aug.The Inter-Ocean Quality of work unurpa.ret.F. .
___ __ ____ __ ____ I I July Gth. ISSy.! i late of Waveland, Dade county.Florida
lI { bays a duel was fought last night between I Notice i i- hereby! given that the follow are hereby requested to presto

r Charles Thomas a well known sporting LEWIS. I namtd Settler has tiled notice of hiinten the same without delay, duly authenticated -

i man an 1 a fellow by the name of Marshall KNOWTHY5EIETHE tion to make final Proof in -npi urt of hi- i within the time allowed by u\\r.

The tight was: the result of an attachment Ciiil aniTilnsiillo. Surveyor claim, and thattid proof will l>e made be- to the Hon. County Judge in :1Iullor
t.' which each bears for a Mrs. SCIENCE OF LIFEA Eiijinoer : fore A. A. Stewart, Clark Circuit Court, at I Dade county. Fla.; or 'rlom35 J. pe

Collins of Xo. 9 Hubbord court in whose on Srientofic the Errors and of Standard Yoath. reiaatuxc Popular Decline Medical,Nervous Treatise ...111.'R. Tituvile! Fla., on August 24th, 1S&J, yi2:: Steuben Esq.., Fort Pierce. Fla. ; or to

house the fight took place. None of and PhJSial Debility, Impurities of the Bood.Ren.'t1ng Minor S. Jones, ...i Titusville, Fla., H. E. the undersigned, else the same will be

those who took part in the disgracefulaffair No. 1151 for the lots 2, 3 and 4 of N. E. \ barred.

were arrested. 1 s p' H. Hl'11CHFIELD.'COUNTY and N. E. 4 ot S. E. } of !?ec. :3: *, Tp. 31, S. HEINRICH HARS;: ;
The first intimation the police had of I I R. 40 E. Administrator of the estate of the late

it was when Onicer Schwag was passingthe 1l SURVEYOR. He names the folJo..in'iitn -"t's to I August: liars.
house he heard two or three pistol I I his cuntinuouresidence audcultivation -

I shots.: He rushed up the steps, but was I Orders by mail will receive a* prompt prove of said land, viz : J.upon Q. HU, I}j July -24,1SSO.
from Folly, Vice,Ignorance,Excesses or
unable to gain access to the house. He I
r -
attention calls
I Overtaxation: Enervating and unfitting the victim as in perm.Address I gins, Titusville, Fla.; D. W. Hay,Ueorgi--I
I called assistance, but while he was for Work Business, the ilamed or Social Relation. : Georgians, Fla. ana, Paul; A..1. Hen ry, St. Liicie, Fla.; NOTICE.
doing so two carriages were hastily: ) Avoid unskillful pretenders Possess this great I I T. L. Paine St. Lucie Fla. I
driven up to the house, and two duelistswere I work. It contains 300 pares, royal Svo. Beauaful .i All persons concerned will now take
taken friends. binding, embossed fall cut. Price only $l.O( } by I II I Any person:; who desires to protest against I notice that six months after date, I wUl
away by Later, it I nail, postpaid concealed in plain wrapper. Illustrative i RUE P. ELY the allowance of such who knows
was heard that one of the men had his Prospectus Free,If you apply now. The LA I or I present to lIon. :Minor S. Jones, County
; upper lip shot away and the other was : distinguished author,Wm. 1L Parker M. D., received of any substantial reason, under the law Judge of Lrevard county, Florida my

Wound in the head. the GOLD AND JEWELLED MEDAL Xotary Public the State La and the regulations of the Interior final vouchers as administrator, with the
t -j- I from the National Medici Association for for at ,!}t'. I ment, why such proof should not epart-I will *
this PRIZE ESSAY annexed, of Thomas :New,
oa NERVOUS and
: He (sentimentally)-How shall 1 ever PHYSICAL DEBILITYJr.Parkerand acorpsof : Justice of the Peace, 17th Dist. lowed, will be 1 given an opportunity said Brevard county. deceased. and tb3 t 5

leave thee, love? She(practically- Assistant Physicians may be consulted confidentially i I CONTRACTOR & BUILDER above-mentioned timt and place to at the same time I will apply for Lett
,- mail
in cross-j
I. by or person at the office of examine witnesesof said claimant
if you go now THE PEABODY MEDICAL INSTITUTE of over 30t'ar Natural dismissory from such administration.
you may get out of the experience.
doer. But I hear father I'' No. 4 Bolflnch St.,Boston,Mass.,whom all! finish to offer evidence in rebuttal of that : This March 13, 1.SS9. ;
coming and if specialty.Melbourne mitted I
orders claimant..
for books or letters for advice ehould bet 'Ub-j McCiuCKEf,

1 you vriadow.don't-go Lawrence now you American.may go out at the' t I directed as above. I' Florida. 6 13. S. C. TUCKER, I I 4SCmo. Administrator 31. etc. y





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At .
JLg I invite the Trade to consider my j I THE ]MUSIC HOUSE OF FLORIDA I I AGEXTSVAiTEI). UD:" ':.73.1

Large and Very Complete Stock when i --- I R!
Purchase s. Ho RAY e
., i Marrela of the Cnlrer-e' : & graphic description ('ti
{i the wonderful things in Nature,thrilling ad> ntarei.
:1Ufn. I! on Land and Sea-renowned' diwroTerles of great explorers.
Jacksonville Fla. Published in KnzlNh and Orman. M2 pi n.SJ .
... dGROCERIES ,, Illustrations. A GREAT BOOK TO SELL. 1.:u,..
aig Cr\tt'd MN'ttlll.N>nd f'xtr'tt'nn:4 to agent FRgg.A .
Saccassor to J. C. Norwood and Co., 'OBSIIEE McMAItlX. tmeianaU. O.
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Kuabo Pianos Weber Piano:", Haines

] nro..' Pianos. Morris: Piano*, Wilcox! & 111 PERFECTCOFFEE

.r'f. TITUSVILLE. FLA. White Organs= and Chicago Cottage "1 ., MAKER.
I Oran Anew inrentlon for ma'&in: ,;
i' tfee and Tea, better than anyit -
DRY GOODS I I r.-ili :eil and I darer at your nearest.itation ; \ ;* !j:now in use ; sires with>(ot-ht+
ender!and CLD bM J ed inv
,, I Hiirh (Trade ('">tf.."or Tea Put. Sample H lii tat ;'
>- by mill for twenty anti mstamps.
I \101. Wanted to
x-nj for full particulars of this
and ether; fast tilling articles
I II I Forsheeft MMakinCincinnatl,0.
I Zipi;:' ttnlul Gold n'au ih "
Cen'l MerchadisoSTORE. i .,.-.t i.rj i UU. aI.&tLtlar.,,N
ii i ttr.t j".. w.1\in rite weeds.11.RE
1'cf.': '='*c ,rr War- .l.J
1 r .D&"d. les.y :"" &a.I '0. .1
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II" Hauling Ctir t; m I.I.1ii.il
Hats i i J I ..
iI y f.n.-tiztt w lib w r:
I r.. I. ..:o.t cue of .')"'11 .i ur
I .. .. <\ Oneteraiim..iit '.>.
.' .a.uy can wcurr ".u. fret.
11. 1 hnth.,'r with our Urjr 'On!"a.wale .-
'aSI O R G ANSi .t" line of I..t'huhlSamr.h'
I I I Tbr..sru 'ir. asw.a

- Clothing I I as,.cd the after watt y.b....baur w..rndFree kffl,..:.
them in your vtm. fir t r' .nth. ani hown tbcu tj 15
) who may hat rU'J thdy Heroine:Tour oyn p"'r"n" TS
y 1 01. L': s, HL\ tl-.r AUf'tntr house in the I who write at I'o..t. fan be wee of rec.."mc .be. \Vnti'iinl
', flrricttf "c. .1dhe*s
Sunipleo Vrepajr.l
: :tlteJ Mat I A 111 ; Piano to : xpre
I P. saila or organ .
;proIIto Ktinson.ttCo. ICox st2.Portlaud.Muine.
VALISES any hout-t !tt'I: <, \onmi. na trial, and it rot
I jJ.ti"l1d\Jl' 1 "II! ,u>' ireipht both ways $'!5
I.a.hanl 1 fl(< t tu.tatl.oua Piano, and $10 cash" :llld
FirstClassGROCERIES3 Stock *;i a r"'wh ""i oiiortran till paid for-Lot much ,
more tl in o'marrent. On these very liberal ,I
tprm al"IhaU t'''"h a in :ruwEut. bend for !
GNTS'tiEN'I'FURNISHING GOODS FREE Oil.XL')'tlL containing full in formation.Sheet I
SI SIIl. Music, str.nRH, \ iohn, Banjoriufir"> A("-
J --or--- i'ordeou. anti in fait. every; :Musical Instrument I
I that is mhll': ai.o at H'ry tnvrpurr+. Send for com-
:-;' HTILHA T1' NEAT AND PROMPT. : fl. tf Catal.>:rri'p>, I harp JO.WM, pieces "f Choice Ii i
j \u"ic at 111(> ctiits>:-pa'r i'''i>y. ,
A B. Campbell, Jj'h zonville,1"Ia. :> -

I Can "Beat the Jews" on Low -FOli- PIANOS
I '

Priced Pants, to Close Out. I i SCOTT'SEMULS.ION





f.III DRESS ASSTKKl.llKUS- 3h-ns' Ladies'iVrionl's ('hildren FIFTH ANNUA: .'-
i as Palatable as Milk.

3f f So disguised that it can bo taken .y
and assimilated the most i
digested, by
IlG GOODS, SI-i Q3 sensitive cannot be stomach tolerated, when; and the by plain the combination oil : June I to Aug. i L i ? "

r.t. of the oil with the hypopho. I -
phltea 1* much more efficacious.

t.If LE'I't'IR-IIIDS, Eemarkabe! as a fiesh producer. : $25OCC;

Persons gain rapidly while taking It. .
AVortlt of I'iaitu and L;rl, :. ..
MILLINERY :%1)TE-IIE.I) SCOTT'S EMULSION is acknowledged by front best makers to K .."." .
]8ATS Physicians to be the Finest and Best preparation i outregardlr ;sufco.tos< '. .
] I 9CLOTHING in the world for the relief and cure of I Stocktoolarge..Mustt ,. h : '
nll..I.IIInS'l into cash or Installmeut:i.a:.<:_. .

DISEASES EMACIATION, i I 3IENTS not used u .1 1_

LADIES' HATS COLDS and CHRONIC COUGHS. I I Some Nearly >ew-,n<' : ::_ .

sT.t'I'IJI XTS'l, ,I The great remedy fcr Consumptian, and I uiunths Club. ,
Wasting in Children Sold by aU Druggists I some, used a year or.<;.- ... ,I'
] _- used two to three )*':.r .

Ladies'I'riut Underwear. OIIt<< 'ITI..tltS, I I SOreflueSeconIIIaL.t-. :. ,
If any dealer says he haUheW.L.Don la In ,
i exchange and iniuV ->:>\II I
Shoes without name and price stamped
( Furnishing ( ocdsCROCKERY the bottom, put him down aa a fraud. ourrepnirL'actoy. Re.pzs.n4.t:..
-Ke-Mtrunjf. U."turul 'I'u....
-, t I'OI.EU; I and Action* nod made ........;; :I...i
years of Men' Ice. r rI
l.a\\"I\oI.: let-8., ALSO .
I !J.\KMlN.s. K\'ux:V L :'- '
(Jinghams: Tct**., i I

Standard Cotton Check, 7c K IX 1'('I'\TIOSS, [GLASSWARE I I I EASY TERMS I!

Tins I Your OWN TKIWI: a .I... :
TicK, : Very light JlontLIy l-a'u't-t .,
or Small Ca,h Payment t '.
Needles' Set i u.v ;
? ,
area when you get reaJr !
Jean 20ctHJKXJ -&., HARDWARE I

; Cotton, licK, 4 YY I CASH BUYS Cfl L fe\

llrowll CottonOct, *., I + I (lrc you u.Ulbe time x I..,." ; '
AND .... '
but SPOT CASH Mill .T. : :;
I Ladies' I :ice Mitts l.r ct*. and tiOct*. money. TRY l"S OL.. ...: "
DODGERS, meet you every dwe.I .
I-idies Kill Glove 7'>cts. to ;1.00: ; reduced I, ____

from $l.OO and $1.113. Lndies Ship Chandlery Goods. PIANOSi'I

:>\I'ring and Hummer Hats Very Low to

Clo-eut. ItITSlx'I:4S c.ltUS'l $50 $75 .$100
k $150. :

'I lnIXnn w al L a D I ORGANS;

I am jirejiareditli -e\iir.il I\nlnad* ofFERTILIZERS '

VISITING ('.'nu. These will be the main featureof ni>' i47 ur-z' FORCENTLEMEN.. $24, $35, 550 $ I E.

U:5inehut orders s-enl me fur:uts'- liest in the world. Examine his
thing kept in any:,tore in Titti'-:= W.1.OO GENUINE HASn-SKWKD SHOE. .
villewill promptly filled.Fruits I POLICE A>TI) FAKMEKV SHOE.
All made in COI1 cress Button and Lace.
fupply the antin this lini' SEND YOUR ORDERS i SUMMER 1889.
!i W ill buy Eggs Chickens W. L. DOUGLAS i 1 II I
KainitTotah. ,
iI FOR i
--TO THI: -
Or any Country Produce my l'U-tOll'fS: Best Material. Best St>-le. Best Fitting. I SAVANNAH, G*.. j
Ground Bone, bring I If tot sold by hour dealer, write I
or fri'ml111:1) : : -- ------ -----
Ali\ Element, market. I II I
to i I Examine W L I)(.iiglt.' :S2 Shoes} for

Acid Phosphates, FLORIDA STAR I t!i Gtntlfimn: .

Cotton Seed :Meal: II I 1-OKSVLK i BY !!

Cotton Sect Hill A-lie-, I ask for' a share of the public patronage t I Ir
1 i>li and Potash, and come a > a supplicant, not a I
die tator, asking for your f3YOrIf :-:. "I I .
I'radley'tf Orange Tree I cointeoutreatmentgood <'110011"1<". Fin. -tl.. oar->;!I #'

And Vegetable Fertilizers 1-1 ___.. _
goods and low figure i is ::0:
Will meet ,Tt'kNn\'illcquotation'* with I the candidate for For :Sale by i i I CURE
iri-ight added in ::tore quantity lot::. public then} favor I'm U. [). HHXDPJCKSOX, t

t elected.Agent j Lake \\'

.- Prices Reduced on nearly all tine Chattanooga Plow (Co.. FITS! !
. '
Chilled' Pious and SugarCane &Ol ganSI

rf.f.... Lines in St ck.J sills -

\;hen I say Cr:'J3 I do rot mean merely to
I -_ stop them !or a time,and then hate them return .
, : again. I MEAN A UAUlCAx CLllil-
If you want to purchase a 1 have xuade: the disease of '

have too many Goods to cmiincratoI I I EPILEPSY
Piano or Organ, write to the un-
ruvs On all that are reduced. I FALLING SICKNESS
dersigned or give him'a call. ,
AXI) SEE. A lifelong atudy. I WARRANT my remedy to
COME ri i Can sell you any of the instruments CURE the worst cases. Because others bate
failed is no reason for not now receiving a cure
of the best and lead- Send at once for a treatise and a FREE IU>TTLB
I will not be undersold of my INFALLIBLE KEMEDT Give Express
: ing makers at prices that defy and Post Oince. It costs you nothuig for a
trial and it will care you.ddr u

I am I'rciiaretl with CHEAP r t; k11. I competition. H.C. ROOT,M.C.,183Pw1.ST..NmY::

(.OODS) and with Better Goods /.1 a r't
k JI Pianos and Organs sold on the Installment -
to Supply Yon.Very ... I Xotlct

t wr I plan when desire1. Discount All concernetl will take notice tttttix
'" months after date I will i,ntnt my rinal

t lOCtetescuOr ans account to Honorable Minor J"nt-!". (.\.in,-
I 0 ty Judge of Urcvard county, Fltritla, anti I
Respectfully, pray form onler ,li'.niUsing nitIrom dw
All correspondence will receive prompt execution of the lat will antI UMPhinca '+\& tit

&EO. B. RUMPH, I attention. .D. Wesson, lute ot ruldeceand. t'\8tI

\ E. B. ACER

TITUSVILLE, FLA. .. S. :E3:. R.ttw. TltusUHe, Florida. ?)-( uio. Aid hnlu.&ZtTHE -
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M f.ACO.MCS.Mrs. -Dr. L. T. Daniels i is in town to-day jCountyAssessor j -\Ir.: J. M. Sanders of Cocoa, gavour + I
LOt'AL office a Call Monday.J. I !
1 t Villeret, wife of our train conductor ; Sanders was in town j I Clothing i Clothing Clothing !
i S. Watson & Co. will soon have+ :
was in town lat: night. to-day. J I
strawberry plants for fall planting.We :
t -John Myers hs been appointed marshal -County School Superintendent Sam< I

rice Howell Titus, resigned.Mr. was in town yesterday.Miss |I are pleased to note that Mrs 1 V
I Carl Curtis' i.* about again after her late+ :B 2 "
-: Ele)" Spencer is off on a trip to I Susie Brown, of City Point, \waga < i A.t; I112MORE t.
:severe illness I IESP05tm:1o'ter
Louisville and other place visitor; to town Friday evening. ,
I Gruber occupies thposition + !
1 J. S. Watson & Co. will have a full I -J. S. Watson .& Co. buy and sell anything -
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in Mr. Ruinph's: store, jut vact-I CHEAPER CLOTHING ....JJftr
line of garden scccls Sept. 10th. in the produce line.: I ICapt. CLOTHING
I ted by Mr. Happersett.Mrs. i ,
Paddi-on ha aboutixteen ,,
EunJaaftern00tl we noticed a very j jItcautiful ? .
b t He i U the Narrow, j A. J. Mitchell. wife of our I
salmon-colored! 1 hybiscus in the : beacon in position. :

garden of :Mr. RoW)it:.... I -The meeting of the County Corn missioners i courteous Signal Service otiicer. has been I AND SETTEE CLOTHING _.1Jtfffe

and a couple of other articles are | rather indisposed: for a few day- but she a

:' 9 -Mr. and )Ir-. Trtutler of the Treut- is now well enough to be around again.M. (':
of time and I
!er Hotel, Eau Gallie!I: arc the guests of omitted Senator for want G. S. Hardee and space.(daughter, j I -: B. Bunr.ell brick-I yer and Than any nt.i,'r house on Indian Khvr, j ju.-t n'o.ivnii i at t'u 1 1 1,1: ,.. ill irtfpa'

j the Indian Iliver Hotel, t .'-day.Mr. I: the Misses Florence, Emma and Minnie, !< pat: rcr. prepared I to rakf contracts in addition to our already extensive STOCK OF DRY I;+""I| ,>;

4 C I:. Chafieec: Ankona, came I were registered at the Grand View on anywhere: on Indian River. Address:* j!"

St. Lucie Friday night, Titn-ville! Flori Etc Etc.CHEAPER. '
up en steamer a!! communication: to NOTION 1e
i Thursday evening.: I
and returned yeterday.The -Messrs.fouston and P. A. cl _1:

and Stella Hale!, toj j jfcIillan. -Mr.fjrtilzpT.. T. ". V.-.t* .Ti :;3. just tiavingan I THAN EVER BEFORE.:
:Misses Sepa II ) of Eau Gallie. came up I I ,dfidf

t took a flying trip to Melbourne and back attend the County Commissioner-1 ml'ct-j j !.mirlh! : rret'ett c' fain tr. ct. for .the!

Saturday. I ins held Monday. j jMr. i piiYpc.se of s-t-orins: '>ru.e fcrn.: I T-\t.rD.C2.-: : G-at.--dnor..

-Conies. of the STAB may be obtained ,! Thomas J. DeMeuben: one of I : e;,'. It ?* .t "r.f'-! nry }mit.ing! ? i ._ __
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i' either at thh officer at Dixon & Gray's the: "limbs of the law' from Fort Pierce, 7 >x4". an,I iH be tvxiiflet'''! in twja. h ". M.TFK! : t ,f fIP; tl. fs,1Ywi
(i H'iE: M.{ l plj\;!;!: :
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day \:: :
Indian River Hotel a few clay:
drug store at 5c. per copy. was at the _\it.\--at-Law.
-Any <1'cs.;::,; m.l.r.i t ;JIl in I II : :
r't'fstin .A.ELAl'd:
,. -Do.'t fail to write oree 1. S. Wnton this week B.C>BBINS db G-I -'
I I leirtml! thtultl <> (ii4Iz n i\"tAr-it. "limntp; !!
C-v wlier. need lime or -:Mr. L. C. ( )liver wa at Rockledge ..
,4 & you I :
"' ceicent.Mrs.. the other day. We believe he ba received : a.l 1,'.?.o". io.eau: uLut.an! -e lAWJ lOANS AND REAL ESTATE w0- :

the order for lumber to be u.ed in I I by sendurg a t\\<> centtamp Tor I"stal'I : ,
M. 11. 'fit::;. \\Lo has been MW
1111 the erection of a Town Hall and school I. A. L. Hatch City Point. Fla., and receive -t Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Co.,
fr some t !
Ackworth, ;
house. by mail a copy of pamphlet on 1-. O.TITUS Uox. .2: )1}.

past, returned Friday evening i -Mr. Chas.: Campbell, of Melbourne, Brevard county, published: by the comity IUIEVA11D C{). PLOUIDA.Ve .kA'
clerk 'I VI LLK ,
-Mr. Arthur Fe\=ter. mail on j the steamer :St. commissioners of this: count ,
: : came to town on .
j l 1 main line of .1.. T. & K. Railway, ;t Lucie. up Monday. It is 5 his first trip to -Don't foret; the entertainment at \ anti Sell ail luaus---Oi---Kcal E-tae anti-l-areut.- .' Agul; 1..1' .t L:;.., ....

I wasin town Thursday last. I Titusville for nearly three year, and hei Wager" Hall at eight o'clock to-night.. careiully-svlecled Duy Properues In all hart t': 1'revanl County.Rla.t.tnLt S

Jhnfj! Mvncy .' Jlmfy .' tot i astonished at the growth of thi place Come, and laugh! and grow fat.: It i is ; Information furnihct1 as t" darh'kf, If>c: !iwB au T .1 I' .. ,i .trIS. wayY,,\

1i .t Joan on real e't.1te.1'1'1)! : to Robbin" his last visit. for tie benelU of the Methodist Church. erty on Imlian River. ,
since bu iiiea : '
transaction of a general Itt-al Estate > are nr j.i.-
& Graham Titumile, Fla. Yon have all kindly l supported the Episcopal Our facilities for the ; internbna Lurch--'f
-If you 'need tirst-chiss: =shrubbery or and churches. .... anti every eti'urt win be made to give perfectati.-itetrun U i h; "J J

Professor and Mr. Schell returned trees of any kind call on or address: Presbyterian now may fav!.r its with their j patlti na how 'f\t.r :ll'tJr'tb! -m uf tl.e'uniiriag!
s r' from Lake Butler, Fla.. Thursday Titusville Florida, 1"1 I t Xo Properties listinl unites the Titles: Perfect.
to town Turner agent .
MetKr.di-r friendand .
c! (lrts of our ) cive- attention sriven tot C.lone and S>n tlr-hint: ltrr r bodit" I .1'
evening List, niter an absence of a the old reliable Bidwelt's Orlando ur-I I them a crowded! house.Major priced Special landICrite for l eK-ripti\e: Pamphlet. &a

r few months.Mr. series. All! trees warranted true :M K Marks, one of the bestposted I k

I ,! -: and Mrs. 1 I. E. Umber are now ; name. "*." \i iUt" i I lands. is men in Philadelphia in: the country for the'm Florida ( iEt\RtiE- -- -M. : ->BIN-- >: -. Prl' i\Ient. W.U TKP. <. iKAl\M; 4"tn":1r :

r'' y staying at Charlotte North Carolina. \ \'. John Foy informed the congre-1 I furthering a project to build purposeof a road} I Brc-vard. Abstrac't; of Titlo Co., 1iE1br

!T4 when we learn they are enjoying themselves gation. Sunday evening, that the Baptist from Orlando "south across reclaimed Incorporated A. D. 1SS9.C --

= and "taking; in" all l .the sights of [ Sunday School would, until further I I land and over the northern part of the I II 1 !
c i notice meet in the Presbyterian Church Dis-ston laud: to Indian River, says; the _iPIT.iL STOCK, :)-oou ; }'l"LL'ID ; \o\-.1>SE .IDLE. j
that neighborhood.In 'I'
I I Weekly ': )lr. Dis .c"+ f. 'bi.TiiUlition.il &jJibr J
afternoon at three o'clock. St. Augustine 'll:* Charleston :\h-trtdo ;as follo\\-: s 1.cO( f.'r Opening N :nl'er ai. t \ Tfa<
-- our report of the two new steamers every Sunday ton met him, and they had a :long talk i. l Transfer. For continuing an Abstract the chafes .siv the -;tI1'l.: .. 3.C4

St. Sebastian and &:. Augustine, we The reverend l gentleman act in a most I I over the project The Majorvant> a f.",r the lirst additional and o.V. il'r eachueceedhmg; trar.>fer. s15

omitted mentioning the fact that they liberal spirit by allowing the free use of land grant from the Dis>ton syndicate for II Taxe Paid lor \oii-Ue Idi.iits.'
i W. B. \1'atsomFitzerald. his church to other denominations.Mr. the new railway, and it is i altogether: feeT
Y were designed by Capt. Mr" For mall Fte Wtwill relieve non-re>ident land owners of the trt'rrr ai
who left here probable that hew l1 ;set. it. as I Diss- | K";: a >
A. M. Hamilton of Xeund In ure them :tr ttu>t !1..1., T':1
the :
and Chief Engineer ton i is favorably improved with the route annoyance incidtiit to Payment > feel 1
t for a pleasure trip to Carolina over a ... 1..
p -J. A. l)ur>t. of Crescent City, the of the proposed road. : : '
Fla. rjg
j l mouth ago. returned to town Saturday I -In letter received from Mr. : Box 23O, Titusville,
, pioneer veil-sinker tIt the State of Flor a just "Beltibv 1
i Fla., night. He say? he did not get marriedon D. :?. Hutchinson, owner of the Indian,
i+lat. i is: now operatingat: Lake bo, ad- that trip. Well, we did not say he I River Hotel he siy*. inter tfii"The jlIALAllAlt ITCAK:< FACTORY. ; c. 3. :EECTOR,
where all communications may weather has been wet since I arrived &iStitt
(ire..."ed and information received. "* did, although a few in town may be surprised I in New Jersey. We very have Lad very heavy :; 11. 1. Stari-Ji. 1'1'tlp'I&1Ol'.

r1 -:Mrs.; Mi-Fadden. wile of C:1pt. )lc- to learn he still remains as when I i rains, which have caused a great deal of Manufacturer of tine Havana and Do- Hal'd ware and has

I he left-a bachelor.A damage. washing away bridges on public Trade with fine
arrived here I me;,tic Cigars. supplied II
Gallie on
Fadden, of
very plea-allt dance took place at I roads and railways, as well damaging hand made goods. (.)rders promptly rilled.! par
it Wednesday evening last from Chicago. I a great farm The white 2 General Produce I'fttf
the Indian River Hotel, Thursday evening many crop plctatoe Factor): at Malabar. Fla.
She started for Eau Gallie. on steamer those the crop {will be nearly half lost by the ____ ____ tsgot
r when present "tripod
( will be short
rot corn and the
potatoe ; ;
St. Lucie next morning. mil:
i light fantastic: to the inspiring strainsof wheat rye. oats and hay are all batiivduuaged 1 \ 1... J
Kuhl in command of the IERChAi Raldjfcet
Mr. Geo. '
I music sent forth by Messrs. E. L. by the (continuous wet weather '

trade-boat Golden Rule, gave our office a Brady. Henry Egger, E. D. Raney John We are now in about the height of the NEWAPER SDBSCEIFIM AGENCY] lbourne... ftonJa

call Thursday morning. He has been Cameron and E. T. Redding. The party peach crop. The apple crop is very TIlE PIO l I"t .tfR I-X{' ". ---- _u_______ -.- sec
down the river for some time past, and light here, but the mosquito crop makes I dw:
1 broke at 11:30, all having :spout a very for this deficient for I ;
up up v they are very nddr, HAVING BOUGHT THIJ J 1NPIAS
where he s s
x was ou his way back to Shiloh, here this For terms: mind sample copies 1 BfcntS1T
enjoyable evening.One numerous .eu-lJ1ore so than

t. ;' intends hauling hN boat out for repairs. year ago, says. the JacksonvilleMthijpoH"t usual. After all these afflictions we CHAS.H.' NAt'MAN.itusville RIVER BAKERY
The Ocala.Wjsays : "\\' ll Morton well and to learn
i' we were alt in the gall of bitterness : keep quite are glad We will Keep on Hand Every L>*5i zee ;
who for some time past has been on from the STAR that Florida i is not plagued P. ee: {
i shut in from the world with a with fever and
his Miami. Brevard county plantation yellow not many mo i t FRESH BREAD CAKES PIES tkh
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deadly scourge. Today we are free from quitoes. I hope to -ee you again soon.; ,

+t 4. and at Key West on business dropped dangerous disease of any nature. Not -Come along, )Ir. Hutchin-on
J in on his many Ocala and Dunster you can get away from those pests otNew Florida, I :
only! Jacksonville and Florida but nowhere : Titusville, -
friends last Saturday for a short visit." Jersey-the mo>quitoe-. \\ e shall t
in the United of metallic and wooden of Sodawater Ginger
be glad to see vou.For. Keeps fulKuppiy I
yellow ,
-The STAR is .l.o) per annum, or
Thanks :
df Toe. for six months payable in aJwntr.Plea '. fever. FI cor+filmvttio.; j L'x,!. arc "( ,"::,. Coffins Cases and Caskets.

l d >e examine the uame-and-address mercy.Mr. 1 j Ale, and other Drinks.ALL .

Cha R. Serjeantson. of Jupiter
attended if desired All orders -
' i slip parted on the front page of this : who has been on a trip to .Jacksonville! I Sale, Funerals promptly executed, and at reasonable ORDERS RECEIVE PR03IFTATTENTION. 4th
and when subscription
ee your -lie
+ paper Pablo! and other places, since the lath rates. Embalming done.VillageYallts .
f expired. The date will inform you. ult., returned here Wednesday eveninglast. I Six of the Best Business Site Iidfztit

-Mrs. W. H. Peck, of Cocoa was in IS. COMPASTtPROPRIETORS.
He'S he has had a cold ever BELt'HEK A:
i town a few days last week staying with I Lots in Titusville, Y/hat/ a Store ? sil6bti
since he left Indian River, and was gladto .
w' ", her friend, Mrs. penc r" The STAR get back again. He hails from Shrop Each -'()ft. on Washington Avenue and TITUSVILLE FLA t!

acknowledges Mrs. Peck's call and personal I A Man, with experience will !start ,
H'Oft.' on Hutchin'.ivenire. m
shire, England, but thinks he will make
invitation to the Lawn Party, butt one. State inducements UeIAtk
his home on Indian River, and will, THERE ARE THREE <("ORNKR LOTS II I

; regret being unable to attend during the probably, have a residence erected ths: I _.:_:: P. M., Matanzas. Fla. II I J
4 absence. of )lr. ,;'age r. Those who attend 1F-Imo. -
have the bet wishes of the STAR. winter, at Jupiter where he can entertain Apply to Rotfiix- 'ir.AHAM. Titus: INDIAN RIVER HOTEL
his friend His brother also, intends
+ Quincy Stewart returned ; or1)Aylll A. L. Hatch & Sou mdaS
settling here as soon he arrives I
as .
: HT T' HIXSOX. Trenton New
I lost from toSa'anuab
Thursday evening a trip '
from South America, and as he is a goodpianist Jersey 2t'-3mo D"\.1J.: IN Titusville Pla.o -
which he had .
to place accompanied j
1. --- --- ---------- ,
and musical: in frt
general, 1'-
his wife, who was cw route to
.i.it we have no doubt he will make it pica! -ant I DRY GOODS NOTIONS i
Derby, Ct. He had ou a fashionable :o:--
northern '''stove-pipe" which he said for the boys-yt>, and girl, too-ui the aOYAfUlt. I I

was recently owned by ex-President lower river. Mr. S. stayed over hire until i Hardware, Crockery"Saddlery.. OPEN ALL THE YEAR ROU & ;'I'ti

when he left for iI !
+' Cleveland ; but we know the popular yesterday Jupiter. I Stationery, Family Medicines -
j o -We acknowledge receipt of a communication I .W EtGyTRp r Garden Seeds, I -: .-- -
captain but did not recognise the hat.
i I
c from 'Perseverance, which AL D4 -'at
: 1 1' -Mr. R. C. Scrimgeour entered tocutrly trv CHOICE GROCERIES *
upon savors rather too much of an advertisement Capacity, 200 Guests. s
his duties as postmaster of Titusville ont on the cheap scale, and is a lit :subject -I II K

. Sunday evening: t Ir. Charles Howard for our advertising department. Under Ii I -t Hay, Corn, Mapes Fertilizers. 't
f f.t
the circumstances we must decline to i r CITY: POIXT. FLOKIDt.
acting :v- his assistant. The postoifice is
publish it for two reasons, viz : Firstly! J?. U. SACKETT.Proprietor. ,
removed :Mr. old f
now to rimgeour's ,
in the letter ---- --- ------- ---
the to i is
partreferred nota i I r
store, close to the artesian well, and I subscriber, and secondly -, he does not iI I I ::

right in the business centre of the town, advertise _in the. STAR. It is, therefore, I I t !1 I Ir !I J. IJlITUI.\IlJlJn'oiilcli t.

although it is not in so convenient a posi-1 unreasonable and inconsistent to suppoethat ? \V :M. : cashier. This Nenly-Built Hou.se. ju-t rt\"tDtJr -,
r; '
we can carry on this: establishmentby : Opened is reachto receive the I Ltrouage ,
tion fur the STAR office which receiveami ; now
i" means of free ads. and without finan- i INDIAN RIVER BARK.Titu'i'dle of all those traveling to anti fro*
dispatch i more mail than any three cial support. especially when we have topay Indian Iliver.

stores combined.The for the labor attached to the publish 4uitG i It is delightfully located within *beat

Asheville (X. C.) Daily Citizen ing of said letter. "Do unto others ; Florida.A 100 feet of the river, and alwayr I
would have others they should do ",," "- Iitt
you I II full benefit of the cool Atlantic
"Editor Ellis i B. Wager, of the
j: unto you" bears repetition. )Ir. Walton breezes. I
I STAR. Titusvilb, Fla.. is in the city, suggests"' that the communication be sent I : The Patronage of the People O the L

stopping at the Grand Central.:' From to Mr. Wager on his return from the Exchange bought and sold. Special and river specially solicited.

reports to hand from young lady residing mountains of North Carolina, which will POWDER prompt attention given to collections. Loan* ; T1J& 4
be in about a month's time. And let us negotiated Banks, on first mortgage for savings I TABLE SERVED WITH ALL
Corporations and
at LaGrange we learn our chief Individuals. Inter-
conclude by reminding "Perscyermce"of et allowed on time deposits. MARKET AFFORDS.Swiuiimng ,
t t editor has been spending a most enjoyable the wise saying of that grand old i i Absolutely Pure. Advances made upon available collateral. : aP

,o few weeks vacation in North CamI I j. Britisher, :Macaulay. that advertising is :. I Approved Drafts on business all parts paper.discounted.of Europe. Pool and Bath-rooms\rt/
I to business what steam i is to This powder never vines. A marvel of uritr. Business done at Jacksonville plied with Salt and Sulphur
4 lina. We presume Le will return imbued machinerythe strength, and vholesonieneu. More economical rates. fall to
Every favor, consistent Water the Hou-e
with connected with
} with great physical prowess-like I grand propelling power. Please \i f than the ordinary kind, and cannot be-aoldln banking cheerfully extended.CORRESPONDENTS ."'
make a note of thi, ?o that you "maycall" competitio: .Ktli the multitude of low test, short guests.
Samson of old-after his sojourn in the i l weight aluut or ospbate powders. Sold only Incans w
I it to mind when 'your business isdull. j.'r RoyilBak'ug: : Powder Co., 105 wan Street Jacksonville, }la.; The: Bank seaboard of-luck National*onv ille, SPECIAL RATES BY THE 4
mount nns. j New York I Bank Sew York. 23 i OR MONTH.

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