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Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: September 11, 1889
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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VOL. X. TITUSVILLE, FLA., WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 11, 1889. JVO. 21. .


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J Local Happenings* -Mr. Jas. Sanders has withdrawn as I James Bowman, Sheriff............... 93 00 Hypoluxo.: i I: Melbourne.

:, a candidate for Mayor. He cannot hold Walker, Evans & Cogswell, County Woe ime, clouds of which hover I
Co. have linef are i I Mr. E. Foord is
. & here
big
-JS. Watson a Court books................ .. CO 00 us.-See Hurricanes stopping again
tr both offices. ingo\'er Hide-a-Rag-ard) for few He much
a days.
and mean to sell them. seems plea..edwith
fertilizers, they James Pritchard, int. (quarantine) 18 75 have threshed us, vellow.fe'erhas Florida.
I Give them a call. -Mr. J. T. O'Brien, the Signal Service BUILDING FUND. surrounded us, the Democratic Club

for the Methodist officer at Micco, has been in town for a T. Hatchett & Co., lumber...........$38 43 has: abounded in our midst, the inlet has Mr. G. W. Idner has sold six acres of
-The new organ Andrew Fro- her.....,.................. 1 00 closed time but all land at Tillman to John )McAllister of
two
few days. lie returned home to-day. upon us a or ,
arrived and is now placed
Church has : ROAD FUND. these were mild afflictions compared with Eau Gallie.

in Wager's Hall thereto. await the build- -The two burglars, Putnam and Red- John Houston, Supt. of roads......$10 40 the apalliug disaster which, Johnstownlike The Georgiana still
4 T. J. DeSteuben....................... 22 00 brings up a feW'limes
of the church. It i is an excellent orin ding, went off to the State prison, yesterday is about to overwhelm us. We are mostly of the
, npr C. Coleman............................ 2 40 to have brass band and the dams will sugar-loaf variety.
, manufactured by in charge of Jailer J. P. McAlpin. a said be fine.
... of good tone, F. H. Boye................................ 2 SO break out all over the settlement. Whatwe They are to very

he well-known firm Mason & Hamlin, -Don't forget; the Lawn Party at Mrs. A. L. Dixon.............................. 5 00 as a community, have done to deserve Splendid weather last week-a notchor

ton. Peck's, Cocoa, to-morrow. Attend and Whereupon the Board adjourned for a this punishment is beyond mortal two ahead of the northern article

-1Ir. John R. Walker enters his third enjoy yourselves. All whore present recess until 2 p. in. After recess the power to Ken or pen. To be sure some called weather they are enjoying up there.

Lar connection with the mercantile have our best wishes, although we cannot Board resumed business at 2 p. m. Pres- of us have sold land at a thousand dol- In last week's items the types say "In
in ent, R. :Morrow, chairman ; P. A. : lars an acre ; others have built fine houses dian River Inlet i is now closed." It
of Geo. B. Rumph, Titusville, attend and enjoy the fun.Bradle"s lan A. J. Carter J.1.. Sanders with red
bouse \IC\IiI-1 a roof and a chicken-coop on should read, is never closed-four feet six
wfcere he i is: permanently located. lie FERTILIZERS are the best E. Chaffee, with A. A. Stewart top ; some men are 'mean and despicable inches of water on the bar at half-tide.

ill serve his customers early and late, to produce fine vegetables. They com E. Bowman sheriff, and J. T. Sanders enough to own a boat faster than their Mrs. Mercier and her daughter, who

1 and correctly. Call on him bine well with cotton-seed meal and counsel. neighbors, or lend money at 2 per cent.
faithfully sus- month but Lord deliver have been spending some months at Hen
a good us-
tar close prices and fair dealine. tain the plants at the fruiting stage Call Order 4-On motion it is ordered that, our punishment is greater than we can derson ville, N. C., have returned to Flor

at Geo. B. whereas, hitherto this Board consolidatedthe bear. We if ida. We believe it was getting too cold
-A gentleman in town said that it ouce on Rumph. 184tA care not our neighbor ex-
sinking and general funds of the alteth his horn, but he must not practice there for them. .
of citizens
that
follow one our few left
!mesa not articles: arc out this week,
county in the general fund thereof, and in our quarter-section.e have all Mr. John B. Beach has been receivingsome
or is like, Geor Washington becausebe not because we don't want to insert them been in
s living hopes of a large influx of choice varieties of
funds very
j whereas: afterwards said were mangoes,
has a little Hatchett. Do you observe but because we had not the.ime to put J separated sick Yankees and dude hunters and fish and expect will soon have trees to sell.

here the funny part comes: in ? No them in type. We like to oblige all, but I and, whereas, under a misappre- ers this coming winter, but alas! if this He is expecting a lot of choice fruit
hension the treasurer of the county has brass-band business is noised abroad
ore of it, please, or the weight of it had we worked all night we could not we plants and trees.
paid warrants against both funds indis- are undone. We can almost hear them I,I
Bl breat down our machinery. It is i have managed everything this week. Our exclaim : "Welcome, Yellow Jack! wel- Charles K. and Robert Smith returned
of funds intended for
early as bad as when the Persian minis- correspondents will please remember that criminately a come the glanders or itch-but not any from their summer visit Wednesday andon
4 of 1lr8."rhit, sinking fund, and whereas, the indebtedness B. B. in if know it. We Thursday went down the river' to
r pinched the proboscis the most sure way to obtain insertion ofanything ours, we are no
of the is small makea their place. They report business rood
county so as to game to be brought down with double B.
.. cj and said "O, Lordy. what a beak sent to IH is to bear in mind and farmers outof debt all through Geor
separation of the funds unneccessary:: ; Speaking; of game, it will all flee the
on're got. the motto, multum in parvo.Mr. like a thing Charlie gia.
country possessed.
therefore, it is ordered that the said fundsbe
II .: Which shall it be ? Louie Brady having returned and the same are hereby consolidateduntil Boy, Tommy Listy and the Bradley boys Nearly every mail now brings us in-
"I looked at John he looked at me." will roam the Everglades in vain. We
;
from
who
from his
pleasure trip to North Carolina, quiries parties are thinking of
the further order of this Board would
be the Mallory
not
surprised to bee -
of the office of Town : Florida
AYe were thinking of which he coining to for pleasure or to settle
,. gave us a pleasant account and that the action of the treasurer in steamers shoot out into the gulf here. All write in the strain-
Marshal. With John Myers, Charlie the other evening-his brother, :Mr. E. stream as they sighted the above-said red same
aforesaid be
paying indiscriminately as dreading the long, cold winters. There is
Howard, Henry Titus, Tom Smith, Will. L. Brady, thought it was his turn next, hereby approved as if there had been no chicken-coops. Summary measures mustat room for all, and generally work for
Black, W. R. Knox, Jailor Brown, Ed. i once be instituted. Surgeon-General those who
so started off on Thursday morning'strain are willing to work. The soft
separation of said funds as aforesaid and Hammond
be notifiedof
and "several other counties not must immediately and "fat takes"
[Titus for Savannah from which jobs are well looked af
Georgia, that he account to this Board accord- the epidemic-originating in Titus-
ter resident .
[yet heard from, we must confess our inability place he will leave for Tryon City, N. C., ingly. ville genuine black-vomit of music. by our population.Mr.

to name the successful candidate. where Mrs. Brady is having a most cn- That failing, we must appeal to the Pres- John R. McBride left for Fair
Order 5 On motion it is ordered that
.. call convention and let ident, or this beautiful "vale of tears" mont Pa., Monday. Uncle John's
,. Why not a ererybodyagree jovalllc..1ioyal yule-:-,. .: --- =.-: .... ..
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to its nominee ? Bu :s. ,a, one thousand dollar six per cent. inter- will become depopulated and the howling health has been failing for a year past
support
a.I -New arrivals. Mr. Rufus McLellan est-bearing warrant be issued in favor of wilderness turned over to the howl. and he goes to spend his few remaining

.1 few weeks later will he early e! offgh, Robbins made his first appearance in :the chairman of the Board to out ing brass-band. Our hearts arc sick with days with his sister and friends of his
pay
as the election don't take place until the Titusville last fear and pity. Fear, that our lusty young youth. He leaves many friends here, who
Thursday morning at an
fourth Monday in October.The standing indebtedness. blowhards will take a year or more to are still further saddened by the thoughtthat r
early hour. His arrival was not wholly Order G-On motion it is ordered that learn to play Yankee Doodle-not the in all probability, they will see himno e
11u session of Circuit Court heldere unexpected his friends and he variations but the doodle. more.
by was John E. Savage be allowed $5 the pres- just plain
last week was short, but leaves avery very cordially received at the home of ent month as a Pity for our forlorn hotel-keepers as they We had the pleasure of meeting last

good record for the time occupied. his nearest relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Order 7-On pauper.motion the minutes of wander in and out of their deserted Tuesday Air. L. B. Dawson, the genial
4 The two Putnam and rooms brushing idly at the cob-webs or at the Narrows Mr.C. R. Ser-
[ burglars, Redding, M. Robbins, whither he was escorted and postmaster ;
the present meeting were read and languidly killing the attenuated cock-
ap- of Commis-
jeantson, Jupiter County
rirho were convicted of stealing a ;
valuablegold
introduced under the of roach. The
fatherly care ed. only hope now left us is
pro} sioner. Chaffee, of Ankona, and Mr. Peter
watch the property of 1Irs.D.., Dr. Wilson, an intimate friend of the Whereupon the Board adjourned to that a brass trust will run the price up Gardner, formerly of Palatka, representing -

Sackett, of the Indian River Hotel, will family. From an inter::view, which-o e; the first Monday in October 1889. to $167.75 per pound.P. Messrs. Tyson & Smith, of Jacksonville
.
H.-The latest news from the seat
-
reporters of is
A. A STEWART, Clerk. war to the effect that the rumor

pursuits. They will be engaged in the stranger at a later" hour, he By J. P. BLAKE, Deputy Cl'k. that our B. B. B's are going to run opposition giana.

e Jeacru1occupation of turpentine making learned that the young 'u gentleman( to the opaque -wind-jammera-of I We are indebted to Capt. Hector for

on the State farm, and have an opportunity eared to be quite pleased with his new Enu Gallic.Mr. I T- is the black invention of some some delicious mangoes,' from his own
to regale old friend Peter insidious foe. The boys will blow himto place. Though having only a few this
our home. This fact was ascertained mainly W. Treutler has taken a trip up i atoms if they catch him. They insist year he has very generously divided them

I Roddick-who got 20 "ears-with thelatest from the contented expression of his face the river on business. that Brevard and Dade counties! are among his friends. We very much doubtif

]ii local gossip from this vicinity. as we were unable to have a conversationwith large enough to hold two brass-bands. he reserved any for himself. It is frequently

The colored woman, named Mary Lock- the little man."r C understand he Messrs. John Houston and P. A. Mc Some skeptics would rather wait till Vo- stated that a taste for them can
who Millan have returned from Titusville. lusia and Dade counties are heard from. be acquired. We were not obliged to
ctt, was charged with assault with
intends assisting his father in the practiceof half to like them and think
5I Hold on until they tackle some Wag try they are
intent Miss Elsie :Nesbitt has been staying
to murder, was convicted of an law in the near future, and every ner-they will blow themselves so black "just lovely."

aggravated assault, and sentenced to movement of that gentleman is indica- with Master Claude Walton for three or in the face that they will be eligible for Col. I). H. Edgerton, of Kansas City,

iiiree months: in. the county jail.-The tive of the delight he feels at the pros- four days. membership in the opposition band. The has, we believe, purchased the Kirk home-

same sentence was imposed upon Willis pect of securing his valuable assistancein Mr. Geo. Gleason has the Ramona in lunatic County Commissioners will not build a stead and another property on the penin-

) Richards a colored who the water and she looks well after asylum, but Constable Lennon sula, nearly opposite Eau Gallie, and
1i youth, was con- this branch. Mrs. McLellan. who is again, will read the riot act before the blue down
will at to tram ,
once proceed put a
rioted of playing at a game called clskin"r the great grandmother, and Mrs. M. P. her overhaul.Mr. vault of heaven is rent in twain. Ta-ta, road to the ocean and build a large hotel

&> money. Robbins and Mrs. R. P. Paddison, who J. Walton has some fine Japan boys. RUTHVEN. for winter trade. Col. E. has shekels in

i Taking a cursory glimpse at various are both grandmothers of the new arrivalare persimmons ; also orange trees in bloomas abundance and energy to push the wholeto

things around town Sunday morning we Lake Worth. a speedy completion
delighted with his appearance, and well as in bearing.The .

noticed that our genial steamboat super are evidently trying to outdo each otherin steamer White has left for our The weather is all right. Mrs. D. H. Valentine and family left

,.,.'' intendent, Capt. W. B. Watson, is ever ministering to his comfort. Mrs county town after being fixed onMcFadden's Guavas are ripening fast, and Barton Monday for St. Paul. Minn., for a twoyears'
on the up Dimick's in full blast. ) sojourn to complete the educationof
alert and
tfl. making improvements. He jelly factory
Geo. M. Robbins, who has been quiteill : ways. the younger members. Mrs.Valen-
been froma
has
baa Geo. Lanehart suffering
now had a 3-inch galvanized pipe since the arrival, is rapidly recover at latest tine's mother goes, also. This lady is as
laid Mrs. J. O. Walton and Mrs. W. II. case of over-lifting, but accounts -
from near the railway depot to the bright and active as most people forty
her normal standard of health. The it .
ing was nearly ready to try again.L.
Gleason took Tillman and backon
to
.' :; k at the end of the wharf, and a windmill gentleman will be a week old tomorrow. a trip D. Hillhouse made some fine jelly years younger She will be 90 this week.
young the steamer St. Lucie Monday to "We to with the family
is the are sorry part
1 to be erected to the water and also some marmalade from man
pump Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Wilbur
.- who have been such active members of
into bid adieu to Mrs. Valentine and family, on Brelsford Bros. large tree.
the tank, which will supply the miles from also goes the best here and the foremost
steamers who reside a few town, who were leaving for St. Paul. Samuel Rhodes, one of Miami's wide- society among -

AI 5, with good, wholesome water. had the pleasure receiving an additionto awake citizens, came up on the 24th ult., in making Melbourne's hospitality
The Married, on the 5th September 1889 .
Indian ,
-. River Steamboat Company, their family in the shape of a fine boyon and after getting, county school mattersin proverbial.The

:''1 uDder its present management, has,with- the same morning, Sept. 5th. The at the residence of the officiating minister good running order, returned home on event of the week was the marriage -

cat the slightest doubt, shown a veryPosressive who Miss Holden Rev. H. M. Prince, at Eau Gallic, the 27th. Well done, thou good and last Thursday, by Rev. M. Prince,
mother, was formerly Florida, Mr. Charles McBride, late of faithful servant ; we wish there were at Eau Gallie, of Mr. Charles T. McBride,
The their
spirit. of
capacity has had a severe time, but her numerous more like you. of Melbourne, and Miss Coraline Bertha
wehouses at the end of the wharf has friends in this community will be pleasedto New York City, to Miss Coraline Piazza, In celebration of her eighth birthdayMiss Piazza, of Eau Gallie. We regret that

kn more than doubled,and is something hear that she is now considered out of late of Brooklyn. The bride looked Gracie Lanehart gave a party to owing to pressure of business, we were

that proves to visitors to our town that danger. Other arrivals will, probablybe charming, and the bridegroom seemed to her little friends on Aug. 29th. Therewas unable to be present. Only a few friends

there is business in midst. noticed in our next. realize that he had gained a prize. After quite a number in attendance, and were invited but numerous and valuable
doing our all enjayed themselves to their heart's gifts from friends north and south, with
Again the short but impressive the
with the additional steamers now ceremony content, which is all that could be desired kind wishes from all, indicated that the
being built a great increase in business County Commissioners' Meet- guests were summoned to a dining room by large or small. young couple are highly esteemed. Our

and Thitors may be looked for. The Ing. beautifully decorated with flowers and Another postoffice has been opened best wishes go with the happy pair. May

Jo>ng of the line will initiate Titusville, Brevard County, Fla., September what was of more importance-a table down the lake between Figul us and Hypo- their married life be as unclouded as
Daytona The Honorable Board of luxo with Mrs. S. James their of life
2,1889 as postmistressand our sunny days ; may barque
literally crowded with good things, to
t new chapter in the history of Titus- County Commissioners, in and for said Jewel as its name. No postoffice has be wafted ever onward by favorable

ale, and result in increased trade and county and State, met according to law which ample justice was done:! The yet opened at Juno, but there should be breezes till, after a long, prosperous and

1rel'to this point. New warehouses, this day. Members present, Robert Morrow happy pair were the recipients of many one there by all means, and then Uncle happy voyage, they reach the haven of

* waiting-room A. J. Carter, John M. Sanders and C. E. friends at New York Cincinnati and the entire length of the lake. U. D'ONOHU.
have been made at the railnay l. Chafiee, with A. A. Stewart clerk, J. P. Assistant Keeper D. A. Allen came 'I

depot, and that terror to everybody Blake deputy clerk, James E. Bowman Eau Gallie. down from Jupiter Aug. 31st, broke the Deafness Can't be Curedby

<* dark nights-the sidewalk to the sheriff, and J. T. Sanders counsel for the Sabbath by going swimming, could not local application, as they can not
The and the
Pulpit Stage.
t.anen-Iw been constructed in such Board. hoe his pineapples on his west side place reach the diseased portion of the ear.
Minutes of last meeting were read and Rev. F. M. Shrout, Pastor United Monday as they had grown out of his There is only one way to cure Deafness,
tanner that it is boon to our towns- approved.Order Brethern Church, Blue Mound, Kan., reach, so be spent the time visiting his and that is by constitutional remedies.

i *ple. Superintendent Watson has certainly 1-Oa motion it is ordered thatA. says: UI feel it my duty to tell what I I friends until Sept. 4th, when he left over r Deafness is caused by an inflamed con-

evidenced his desire to throw J. Henderson be placed on the pau- wonders Dr. King's New'Discovery has land for home. : ditiou of the mucus lining of the Eusta- .
wliath per list, until the case is examined by P. done for me. My lungs were badly diseased The new school Board met at Juno on ; n'1'ube.11'henthis tube gets inflamed
0d e can in the way of Titusville and A. McMillan, as a committe of one, and and my parishoners thought could on the 26th ult. Geo. W. Lanehart, of I you have a rumbling sound or imperfect

flyer people in general, and he will allowed the sum of $4 for this month; only live a few weeks. I took five bot- Palm Beach, and Sam. Rhodes, of Miami, hearing and when it is entirely closed
Qlztinue: tles of Dr. King's New Discovery and deafuess is the result and unless the in-
to do so. During this summer also Mrs. Elizabeth Bailey fce allowedthe and Superintendent Gale were present. I
bt am sound and well, gaining 2G pounds flamatiou can be taken out and this tube
bss 1 Lanebart elected chair
kept the St. Lucie and Georgiana sum of $5 for last month and $6 for Geo. Y. was ,
in weight. restored to its normal condition, hearing
running at a big loss, whereas the White the present month. Arthur Love, ,Manager Loves' Funny man of the Board. The following-named will be destroyed forever; nine cases out
in
motion it it is ordered supervisors
2 On gentlemen were
sad, Cleo could all the Order Folks Combination, writes: After a appointed often a re caused by catarrh, which is
have managed that the following bills be audited And their respective districts: Freeman, dist. of thei
n. thorough trial and convincing evidence, nothing but an inflamed condition
need. He has adopted ,this coursemctelr paid : I am 'confident Dr. King's New Discovery 2.; John Frog, dist. 3; Jas. Armour I i mucus surfaces.

to accommodate residents and GENERAL FUND. for consumption beats *em all, and dist. 5; J. T. Earnest, dist. 6; district* land We will give One Hundred Dollars for

141tol'l. We are informed that his fami- Jno )1. Sanders..........................S20 00 cures when everything else .fails. The i 4 still to be appointed. After little! I any case Deafness (caused by Catarrh)

I *re Mary E. Futch, Pauper............... 8 00 greatest kindness I can db my many i unimportant routine business the Board that we cannot cure by taking Hall's .
f expected to arrive.. ia ,the near Henrietta Brown, Janitress......... 10 '00 thousand friends is to urge them to buyit. adjourned subject the call of the chair I Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free. *

tore and make their permanent .home H. :J. Brown, feeding prisoners Free trial bottles at Dixon &Grays man. 1 I F. J. CHENEY &'CO..Toledo,O.
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here. (guard).................. ..... ..... 24 00 Drug Store. Regular sizes 50c and $1.00 I SAM. I t 50hl by Druggists 73c. J6. ,; .




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SEPT. 11, ISS9.I .
WEDNESDAY, =
THE FLORIDA STAR,
I really menU r-----term. It extends 1i i
4r DEEP. \ north latitude tSj WI1e
I -- Pencils.- OVER FIVE MILES fifty degrees to
Paper north latitude or&
: ; twenty degrees ,
STATEMENT.An which have stood
PUBLIC DEBT of the difficulties it J*
One 1,800 miles although b Of AO
SiMOi'S KING.ISalietoa { Iaere-ie During the Month of August : in the way of the substitution of of paper SOMETHING ABOUT THE ABYSSES : breadth. The average depth of thais \?

d (i of Over S6,000OOO. I pulp for wood in the manufacture the pen- PACIP; OCEAN. nearly 4,000 fathoms-that j ia, order
of THE
y WASHINGTON, S
I debt statement ja.t issued from tho covering, and its consequent : \ conscience, but along its western
from the Marshall shows an increaseof to the action of a knife. By a new process Valleys Alonthe California ditch
i .,. Returns I treasury department Submarine and lyingto like a across the
I the month of 6,076- which has been patented, the mole- Water" Six Thousand is SitU;
to Apia. the debt during Coast-"Shallow the sea of Okhotsk an abyss "(t
Islands C9i During July past the increase thus in ', cular cohesion of the paper is be modified cut as'; Feet in Depth-A Horn Shaped Plateau the United States ship Tuscarora foS ch

the debt amounted to 1,017,311, I in such a manner that it can Connecting Link. of over 4,000 fathoms-thatkj
Recognized by the making the increase in the debt for the 1 I easily as cedar wood. The paper is first That Serves as a depth feet, or a hole abort
27,600
His Flag i is U lee
x months of the current fiscal V'Q.'U'iro1,003. of all made into tubes and a quantity of peculiarity of the Pacific ocean over fir)
and English. two : The enough to hold Mount Everest if tsx2 (
distinct
Americans
;
j $ The bonded indebtedness ; them are placed in a frame at the lower that it can be divided into two down and placed within it-I ..,- I
has been reduced SlO. 'OO.OoO during end of a cylinder. The substance which the dividing line being the meridian upside ChronicleegL .. >>t
i parts
by Two Chleand month, and now amounts to marking material is The eastern half, Francisco f rjrr
He Accompanied I the past cash surplus is to be used as a of 150 degs. west -r -=
Hi Brother Who Were Deposed with I 8S73o78,30-2. The net amounts or to :;'43- placed in the cylinder while in a plastic' that which laves our shores, is remark- .' tJt-x.Is and the tai jt St.. .,tO's.

Zlim-Mataafa and Malietoa on Good I in the treasury$22,307,180 to-day less than a I i condition, and sufficient pressure is thenappled able for the absence of islands and the I As I'loleasur Huxley almost chaHe a

Terms with Each Other-The Former I 439OOi month), or to force it into the hollow centersof ; uniform nature of itsdepth,for, with the me to state what I think of thatstorjT tfalttiafr fUt

( will Continue to Reign for the Present.I National ago.bank depositaries hold -532-: I, the paper tubes. After the completion exception of the narrow strip of shallow have only to say that I fully belief :
funds, or abouttwo the the pencils are grad- : the Aleutian Islands, and moreover, that Professor HujW
FIUXCISCO, Sept. 6.-The correspondent 325,335; ; of government I of process water surrounding un
SAN millions more than on August 1. increasing temperatures the American coast article, has renoTeJfJ ;
Samoa, gives the fob ually dried at and running along in this very : i
at Apia decreased : he
!
.+ account of the return of King The gold fund balance has amounts : during a period of six days, and they : the sounding line shows an average depth only cOlshleration'hich would btbt. $l11t
lowing about two million, and to-day vessel of molten : fathoms,undiversi- obstacle to belief
silver fund balance are then plunged into a of from 2,000 to 3,000 > n a serious my g "
trsa
Malietoa the
: and ;
Malietoa, king of Samoa, who was deported -: to $180,654.670 exclusive, $6,000,000: trade dollar paraffine wax, which has the effect of I fied by any remarkable elevations or de- he were prepared to say on bail* t t

j by the German naval forces nearly ; bullion, has decreased about seven anda I modifying the texture of paper pulp as pressions. The only noteworthy exception scientific authority, that the natn&t thdrfbiri(

t,# two years ago, returned from his exileat I I half millions, and now amounts to i described. Manufactures and Indus- to this great and equal depth Is a involves a contradiction of establish :

Jaluit, Marshall islands, Sunday, $1J,2G.,ii4O. I tries. great submarine plateau, which extendsout scientific truth I could not but defer i: ::.
Wolf during the past coast,and which and I might be n.-ee
The German gunboat Government receipts \ from the Patagonian such a decision drira e:
11. .
::
Aug.arrived in the harbor at 2 o'clock in the month aggregated $f..), --u-,u 0-, about I Ah Sin and the Gasman. rises to between 2.000 and 1,000 fathoms to consider those possibilities of ista tare .,
r 1 8125,000 less than in August. 1SSS. I 1 Admiral Porter held a state dinner in from the surface. This plateau is horn lation in the narrative which Profeau

'' afternoon.Hi Flag: KecosnSted.: Customs receipts 'were in$21,970.000 round: numbers in- Washington and Ah Sin a Chinese servant shaped, and is evidently a connectinglink Huxley is good enough to suggestwho to fl TLea..

to anchor Mal 20.oOOuOu.and against internal revenue receipts was assigned to duty in attendanceat between the South American con- feel the improbability of the tan prk rilm.5ar.J

Maiietoa was seen standing on the I I August were 1SSS,$11.9, .000, or nearly a the door. In his country a dsitor'srank card, tinent and the Australian archipelago. too much for them. But Professor fro
of the
in Au- is indicated by the size SEAS. "I admit hare .
ty '+ The flag of the returning monarch was million and a half greater than PARTIALLY ENCLOSED ley expressly says: ajj 11 ,
shore and I and a huge yellow one means the presence half of the Pacific ocean to offer.e + fa
,t immediately hoisted on gust a year ago.Expenditures The western priori objection &sal rs
cheers were given by the American I during the past month of a prince. The small bits of paste- is a complete contrast to the eastern. anything I can absolutely prove tAt in :
I hearty and English residents. Besides i were unusually heavy, amounting to in board received but scant courtesy from :: Archipelagos and scattered islands are contrary, there may be spiritual tlajj affin :

Malietoa: the three chiefs who were $38/469,249.' against $24,115,838 for Ah Sin, but when the gas collector presented I exceedingly numerous, and the depth of capable of the same transmignatiogj Ji1I :!
Ati deported with him, Man ia, Asie and August IS' S. The pension to charge$20,243- his bill the Celestial's demeanor : the ocean is uniform, shallows occurring like effects. So I declare, a :
amounted
the king's brother, Moth were also the past month 9.000000 more than in underwent a change. The long yellow scattered over it at irregular intervals. plainly as I can that I am unablefe I i1I:1::
aboard the Wolf.Canoes : 969, or nearly : Ah Sin,and with profound and between the I II coura:
August 18j: The pension charge for slip captured I Along the Asiatic coast show cause why these transfemHa fc*
!1 Keep Their Distance : the two months of the current fiscal salaams he bowed the astonished gasman I island groups there arc a number of partially ils should not exist." Very well.te;
!.is s
So canoes were allowed to approach year amounts to $35.492,214, or fully into the presence of the amazed family inclosed seas, and these are separated as the highest science of the day<< is b :
J t%, the vessel, and it seemed hardly probable that- $9,500.000 more than for the months of and irate head of the navy.-Chicago II from the great ocean by submarine ble to show cause against the posHjaSj j1tr.iDgbs
be landed about tin
that the little party before would dark however, a July and August last year, but paid out Times. __ ___ plateaus of sufficient extent and height of the narrative, anJ as I regard Ole t aulEC
A of
pension money moderate
day.
;' $6,000,000 that a
number of the natives were seen hurrying this Tear and was used to pay pensions I to warrant the supposition Asiatic Gospels as containing the evidence i CBk
in the direction of the Matautu, due during( the last quarter of the preceding t An Intelligent Dog. I upheaval would extend the trustworthy persons who were cento to
where the German consulate was situated fiscal year. A large dog at one of the Scranton : continent as far south as' Australia porarywith events narrated,tad a cot

and it was ascertained that Malietoa Receipts and expenditures for the two hotels became very much attached to one, I transforming the seas into inland salt their general veracity carries tom Jai g
and the chiefs were coming ashore on months of the current fiscal year, compared of the boarders. He got in the habit of I lakes. Considerations of the peculiar the greatest possible weight, I accent trj tweet .
of the Wolf boats, with Dr. Stue- with the corresponding months of leisure walks, life of New Zea- in other 02
fi one and Folau, following this man in his I animal and vegetable their statement in this as 5 the 1
bel German consul general, the preceding year, were as follows: and the boarder liked to have land and Australia lend probability to Professor Huxley,ventures1
e had
stances. :
thJsb
who town '
of Samoa, 1889, $66- up
and ,
chief magistrate August
Receipts July islands were
aboard the Wolf an hour before. and August, 1888, SG5- him along. But on a rainy day the dog I the speculation that these doubt whether at this present matte pea :
i 357,105; July at
gone ; of Asia
latter -
didn't see the man start outanll the joined to the main continent any Protestant theologian who tat )tay

crowd MalietoaQuite of Lmh.natives and a few 8-28.078.Expenditures, July and August, 1889, had got around the corner before the some remote period, and it is even possi- reputation to lose will say that be 11- I Jinx

+ residents a had assembled at the $90,267,842; July and August, 1883, dog caught sight of him. The big dog I ble to trace the submerged coast line of Ha rl &1c"'eS

ilL white where the landing was made. SGO,a7,300, was so tickled when he saw that his old I the great continent which then existed. ::

spot When the boat touched tne beach Dr. FATAL BRIDAL ROBES.A companion was not far away that he The same upheaval acting upon the plateau J a
t Stuebel sprang out and assisted Malietoa dashed up and rubbed his great wet side I extending out from the Patagonianshore FI
'' to land once more upon his native Georgia Lady Stricken Dead on the Eve against the gentleman's good clothes. would almost make the Pacific a to : :

shore. The latter was taken at once to of Her Wedding. That was a form of boisterous familiarity I land locked ocean, the entrance to it being -

Folau's house, where he was followed ATLANTA, Ga. Sept. 6.-Near Bowder not to be put up with, and the man ; between the point of the new land raPt

I i a ; by a number of people.An Springs Monday what was to have spoke harshly to the dog and drove him t stretching out to 121 degs. east latitude Scn-b

Affecting Meeting. been wedding turned out to be a funeral back. The dog's sensitive nature resent and another headland formed by what is .

'i The meeting between Malietoa The and The and Edward daughter Smelt of Col., of John Charleston Mc-- ed this unkind treatment, for from that I now Dude Island lying in the same lat- 1 an

his relatives was most their knees affecting.and kissed Fadden, were to have been married at 2 day to this the man has never been able I itude, but about 10 degs. further north. not l wtt

women fell and on the whole party. includ- o'clock. Col. McFadden, who is one of to get the dog to walk out with him although As has been said, there runs along the I

F his the hands king, were weeping all the time. I the leading planters of Cobb county, resolved he has done everything he could I American shore a narrow strip of shal- be.
ing
The greatest expressions of joy were to make the wedding a grand so- think of to win back the dog's friend- low water but the term shallow is onlyto CCDTO ci:
heard and all present extended sympathy cial occasion. Young ladies were present ship. He followed the man once but he be taken in its comparative sense. It : S
to the monarch who had been carried from several states to act as brides did it much against his will and only is from 50 to 200 miles wide the depth aArkin(

off by the Germans and landed maids. after his owner had ordered him to. Itwas running from nothing to 1,000 fathoms.
f the Cameroon, one of the mostunhealthv Sunday night the bride expectant ar- of not ".,
first at shores in the world, and rayed herself in her robes for the inspection though the spell I had been broken? I Outside this again is another strip
few ha3h't and"he has refused to accompany uniform a width, wherein the I
from there to Hamburg as a steerage of her friends. For a mo- but quite so !
taken The
: msseager, and then exiled on anisland ments the greatest hilarity existed. the man except when his master depth reached 2,000 fathoms, quite deep be Yi
in the Marshall group in com- when suddenly Miss McFadden put her has commanded him to. enough to drown a tall man. The uni- I
with three of the highest chiefs of hand to her forehead with a scream and Another illustration of the dog's intel- form character of the sea's depth is a
Sauy All of the returned_ arty give fell to the floor. She was dead. The ligence is told by the same gentleman. quite marked along the Californian :
to Dr. C Morgan, body, arrayed as it was for the wedding, in the and :
the highest praise when Mr. The dog's owner and be were shore, but even here there are ups It L
Lie United States consul at Marshall was laid out for burial, and reading room one day when the dog downs, shallows and depths. The coastline lhi

3 -: E, islands his, and assistance declare they that would had it have not been suffered Smelt the appointed rode up time Monday, he" found afternoon that on he strode in and lay down on the carpet.I I has a strip of water as its immediate bey

for severely. was at a funeral instead a wedding.THE won't mention his name or make any bonIer, in which the depth keeps at : :

motions," said the landlord to his boarder ibout twelve fathoms along a ledge or I* The...
Greeted By Mataafa. WAS TOO MUCH.Au
after Mal EXCITEMENT referring to the dog, "but Fll say plateau for a few miles out, and then .
About half arrived an hour at the house. Aged: Tennesseean' First and I-a-t something to you in an ordinary tone, Irops sheer down for 500 GOO and 1,000 (a % m-

ietoa Mataafa had, who had been reigning duringhis Ride on a Railroad Train. and see if be will notice itn Then the fathoms This shore ledge is quite well !:

absence, arrived and greeted his NASHVILLE, Sept. 6.-Campbell A. landlord added: "I think his place is leflned and generally unbroken, bat int

9 relative most cordially. Malietoa seemed Walton rode to his death Monday. He behind the desk in front of the safe, instead there sometimes occurs a crevasse or 'the -

to be a careworn man and broken down was an old man of over 50 who lived of in this room." The dog seemedto 'valley, whose exploration is a matter of : ; :
1 in health. The white residents present with his wife near Castlean Springs in pay no attention to what had been much curious interest. Directly off

i t drank the health of the two monarchs Sumner county, and neither of themlead said, but he got up right away, walked Point Hueneme, at the entrance to the n
and an invitation was then given The ever been on a railroad train until slowly through the long hall, pushed the Santa Barbara channel, there is found a
4 to attend an impromptu banquet the Monday. They rode over to Gallatin back of the desk and lay down remarkable example of one of these submarine ;
will existed between Nash gate open
to
good the train coming
greatest and
c got on of the safe.-Scranton Special toNew Commencing with a are'net
those who called in front valleys.
two kings. Among rule: Walton went into the smokingcar I
I during the evening was United States leaving his wife in the parlor car. York Tribune.A depth of ten fathoms 400 yards from the Oal
;,1, Vice Consul Blacklock, who was warm- He was apparently much excited over each i it increases to fifty fathoms in t1
ly received by both. On the following his novel journey: and in half an hour Wire with a History.A fi," ighths of a mile and then drops

day Malietoa went to Mataafa'shouse from the time he started hesuddenlvfell bit of wire was introduced into our suddenly to 113 fathoms, or 673 feet, in 1x
I I where he was received with a dead in his seat His wife was notified conversation at the club. It was a silent, less than two miles. Its general direction pttaL&e Jide.r

t royal salute. and his body was taken from the uncommunicative bit of copper, about a is south and it is bounded all round lw.
Perfect Amity. train to Saundersville His death was sixteenth of an inch thick and four depths of from twelve to fifteen fcq...
The two kings will remain in thesame caused by heart disease and primarilyby Dy
hardware
house for the: :present A feelingof the excitement, it is supposed of his : inches long. Most any mer- fathoms. t
perfect amity exists between them. strange journey.i chant would give you a similar bit of Another remarkable example of the to,
.-t ;' Mataafa will retain control of affairs wire, because its value would be so little submarine valley has been discovered,
P until a satisfactory settlement is mode. I MISSISSIPPI i STATE ALLIANCE. he could not reckon a price for it. But md to some extent traced out in Monterey a
.
h Recognized by Uncle Sam. Report of the Committee on Memorials this particular piece, Mr. Vail (whose bay by Commodore James Alden.Ihe .

The American schooner Lena Swasey, and Leg siation. father co-operated with Morse in inventing ( head of this valley is fiV' ighths oft lek.c.

r lying in the harbor, hoisted lalietoa's JACESOMiss.., Sept. 4.-The report the telegraph) carries in his pocket- mile south of the Salinas river,and the :
1 tug on the day of his return. Xo formal of the committee on memorials and book as carefully as if it were gold, wenty; fathom line is only a quarter oft
i t acknowledgement of this kind was made legislation adopted by the state alliance many times more weighty. It Is a mile off the beach, the depth increasing I

E by the Sophie or Wolf. There was in theharbor. no here, contains the following recommendations passive, pliant substance-an inanimatebit to fifty fathoms in the next quarterof ;:1tc
:{ American or British man-of-war I: to the legislature, asking of copper, but it gave the first electric a mile. At this distance from shore 4s

,y that money be appropriated by the state thrill that has brought the inhabit- he: twenty fathom lines are three-eighths tEe
British MenlVar. to encourage foreign immigration; thatso ants of the world close together, conquered )f a mile apart. The general direction -et!
The British men-of-war Opal Lizard much of the convict labor as is necessary >
annihilated distance.It .
t time, and of the valley for the next two miles is
have been stationed at Pago be in running a bagging
and
Egeria
rf They assembled employed that railroads is a bit of the first three miles of wire southeast, where there is a depth of 117
Pago harbor recently. factory as a state enterprise; E
t', there for the purple of holding a general banks etc., be required to pavan t. ever used for telegraphy. It is a piece fathoms the fifty fathom lines running
I : court-martial. The Orlando tut advalorum instead of a privilege tax, from the experimental line constructedby about five-eighths of a mile apart; thence

f ship of Admiral Fairfax, sent word to urging a law establishing a state agriculture Morse and Vail Sr., when they were I the valley runs about west, reaching the I .
1f Pago Pago from Tonga that he would be bureau. and providing for teach- testing their inventions Only a little of lepth of 170 fathoms in a mile and 240

unable to come, as fever had broken out ing of agriculture in public schools;;; this wire, Mr. Vail, Jr., informed me, fathoms in three and one-quarter miles i
{: on the Orlando. that the next legislature- call a constitutional has been preserved. After it was taken with forty-two fathoms less than a mileo th
convention a ;.v requiring the from the experimental line, his north. The not
down the soundings are
Probably a Mormon Slunler. the hoof of all beef cattie : -l
inspection on
SALT LAKE Crrr. Utah. Sept i.Thepeople father used part of it as a trellis for vineson numerous enough to trace its outlines in

in vs rio, a small settlement in Indian** Right*. t his front porch. Part of it may have leep water, but the indications are for
Idaho, near the northern boundary ofUtah WASimOTOSept.. 7.-The acting been used in the construction of the line ten milesof its length that it runs southwest -

are excited over an alleged murder secretary of the interior has called the between the capital and Baltimore, but with no bottom at 315: fathoms. It

that took place there a few days attention of the the attorney general to I if so it was lost track of. It was from would appear from this description that '
since. A woman died there and the the fact that the white settlers on the trellis that the mementoes were re this valley is really an enormous canyon

a c coroner's jury composed her Mormon's:death Athamum creek, Washington territory, covered.MI think I got less than six that opens through the shore line ledge
found that site came to by the waters of
with the isohavilg are by irrigation diverting feet of it," said Mr. VaiL "After teleg- clear out and down into the deep water
strychnine p
I 1 poisoning the creek in such a way as to deprive the
been administered by her own Indians on the Yakima Indian reservation raphy became a wonder-of the worldwe of the 1,000 fathom belt. i ::
hands. County Attorney Spencer caused of the use of any water from the began to appreciate the value of sucha Here again the terms deep and crevasseare :: ; ; r.d
further investigation and it i* now believed creek. The attorney general is requested memento and we saved what we could to be taken in their comparativesense. "
the woman was stringed to death. to see that the Indians are protected of the original three mile wire I have These submarine valleys of the
The husband who is a Mormon and a I in their rights. given pieces to a few persons who have coast line ledge have their dimensions,
F wife :
whom he wanted for a seconi ,
Lave girl been committed to jaiLSporting been especially interested in it,and some it is true, but they sink into utter insignificance 8
t Hotel 1Iorned.Ii was arranged on a card, with a photograph beside the abysses which

sparks. Ii Four WILLIAM HENRY LAD GEORGE of the original instrument, now at mark the bed of the great ocean, abysses I

t Jack Dempsey is be\ ';-tr,kea over Ui< ds- X.situated Y.. Sept. French-L-The Point Sherman, near house the, the National museum, that was sent to which seem to drop clear to Tophet or

eat by the Marine. Toe promis: of bu an- Narrows on burned to the ground early the Paris exposition.Washington Cor. Davy Jones locker. To the east of the Hi
t tr.gonist to give him another fight ha teo led Monday morning Philadelphia Telegraph. Kurile Islands and Japan there lies acrescent
hia spirit .. .
i visa to revive drooping shaped SP3o.of deepwater that -- t



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pT 7 THE FLORIDA STAR, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 11, 1889. :3VITUD11AN.

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I i, Telephone* in France. FLORIDA.
I THE NEWS IN BRIEF.
MEMPHIS DISTRICT.: -I
PAP.IS, Sept 5.-The government took -

\ Hill, Fontaine & Company's Regular A Condensation of Interesting Items oa : formal possession Sunday of the tele-
. station in accordance with the THE TROIIC.TIll"SIi L.IXC.Jacksonville. .
.4rtR Monthly Crop Report. I Various Subject phone ,

MEMPHIS, Sept. 5.-The regular Claus Spreckels claims to have discovereda law recently pasted.: Tampa, and tILCS
to make as hard as granite and The company only submitted to the
monthly for the way sugar -
crop report Memphisdistrict. West system.
for a General Strike possession force. having protcited:
Order impervious to water and weather. He by
!The published by Hill, Fontaine &
"action il-
d London. wants to build tha new addition to the White against the government's as
Throughout Company, says: House with it. legal. Schedule 111 Effect :May 20.1SS9.Trains .
There is a material be
improvement to
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noted in the condition of the cotton Governor Francis has appointed nearly ea,'Ju',; Explanation. of this line run on Central Standard -
Practically Un- 100 leading and influential citizens from all I Time and arrive and from theJ.
Situation as with last month. The depart
crop compared SOFIA, Sent. 5.-The Servian charged
The sections of Missouri to serve with him I "
as representatives T. S K. and S. F. & W. Union de-
weather :
changed as Yet.oniter during August in the main has of the state to assist in securingfor I I affaires here has assured the govern-
been most favorable and there has pot.
been I
St. Louis th3 world's fair of 1S9'2. ment of the peaceful intentions of
a wonderful come-out of the plant during Chicago suburbs are resisting annexation. Sen-b. Ho explains that the Servian West India Fa>( Mail.

greeting Held in Hyde Park Sun- the past thirty davs. The warm A deposit of asphalt has been d's' :overei military authorities are merely organizing :Xo. 27 Xo-14

dirSjropathy for the Strikers-The I sunshine has caused it lo grow rapidly, near Cloveport, Ky. the reserves anti that no warlike 1 00 p in...Lv Jacksonville,lr...( 30 a viiI

EconouiUf* PredictionS.ervia Not Pre- i! and the plant is retaining its squares Fo ur murderers were executed Fri.layone action is contemplated. 54 P m..Green Cove Sprint.5: ; 25 a m

; War-Boulanger to !Submit'; to and bolls remarkably well. Crops are in Maryland, t.vo in Arkansas :l:11 one j -- 2 40 p in.._Palatka Junction.....4 23 a m

t raril1: for I Generally reported in good condition, in Louisiana. '1'1:.' r.HtUU in Fait Africa. 2 4S It in...........Pllatka..A 2tf t a m

Arrest-Other Foreign News.LOXDOS but late, and, with that exception, in Jake Von Gundy was senteacjl ar (*,>v- ZANZIBAR, Sept 5.-The Sultan of 3 23 p m........ llnntinirtun........,3. 24 a m

' Sept. r.-The order for a I much better condition than last year. iugtou, Ky., to four years' impris ::a' :: i.i Zanzibar has signed: a concession giving 3 42 p m........ .. Seville ...........3 00 a m
7t neral strike of all laborers of every i There is some complaint of rust and the penitentiary for thj; murder of v">,ia:; to the British East Africa company the 4 ::::0 p m..DeLatul Junction..2 00 a m

find throughout the city Monday was blight but no serious injury reported I Terlau. : Lamn island and the Bciiagir coast line 4 30 p m..0raii e City J unc....! 48 a m

( Sunday. from these causes. The principal The estate of Charlemagne Towvr, of from Kipini northward, including ;5 15 p m...........Sanford...........1 15 a m

vitlidrawu strike situation is unchanged, danger that now threatens the crop is Philadelphia, is valued at $' lOOJtJ'J.( Kismavu, Baraway, Masha, Makclescheu 5 ;57 p in.......\l'interl'ark..11 53 p m

11&, The has made further move worms. They made are generally reported It is sai d that on eastern syndicate will in and INfruti. i Ii; 13pm..........Orlando..........11 40 p m
side any as having their appearance but
='1 neither The stevedores date vest liberally in iron properties in the :south.: I Hunlauger to Surrender. 7 25pm.........Kitsiniiiiee........10 50 p vii
to of
icttlement.
only twenty our correspondents -
toward a received up serious from Governor Francis, of Missouri has appointed PAUIS 5.-Lo XIX Siecle 10 13: p m..........Tampa........... 7 40 p m
that they havo not report damage Sept.
iris 100 and
nearly leading influential
come ; 10 45 ..Ar Port Lv.. 6 50
m
m. Tampa
of the relief fund. Thetrikel'5 their ravages. The full extent of their I announces that Gen. Boulanger has decided p p
citizens from all of the
rfioro seer o 13 state, to
Pullman between
their depredations will not be made manifest to submit to arrest the week pre- Ihifiet Sleeping Cars
generally firm. i serve with him as representatives of the
are until about the llth of September. ceding the elections, in order to avoid :New York and Tampa daily. No 27 stopsat
state to ass'st: in for St. Louis
imn&and tailors struck Monday securing tho
Three : when the second crop of these posts will world's fair of 1 !e. Local efforts in the seizure before his arrival in Paris. Kissiminec for super.os.. 14 and 27
and are parading the streets make their appearance. As a role planters direction active. connect at Port Tampa with Plant Steamship -

- 'le.'tnsj In Hyde Park. do not anticipate serious injury, and same The burglars: are who very killed John Lawrence at Line fur Key West and Havana. Ships
of strikers in Hydermk are well with paris and sail from Port Tampa on Mondays 31111Thnr.tlars
411rea The great meeting prepared green Moutevallo, Ala., Friday night, while rob.
arrival of trains. Xo. 27
for other to check their devasta- FOR $3,000. on
u1ll1ay was too hugo even au- poisons bing his uncle's store, wera captured jester
proximate cnumeration. Guesses Vary tions. It should not, however, be for- day. One of them made a confession. I connects at Palatka Junction with the Florida -

from 0.feature .(.BOO to 200,000. Tho striking gotten that the cotton crop within the Minnesota vLeat crop will reach! 59,000000 ,- ILIG IHL Y-LOCATEDORANGE Southern Kaihvay.TlIAIXz .

,m.- its good order. The fact is :Memphis district is fully two weeks late, bushels. ? BETWEEN DEL AND JUNCTION AND

Fa the svmrahies of London are with the and the favorable outlook of the present The state of Virginia still holds the mortgage I DELAXD.

). etrikers, and although there is great may be changed by unseasonable on the White House for money advanced GROVE
weather. Lv Do Land Xo91! XoS'J) XoS7 XoS XoS3Junction..7:50p
suffering among large numbers of the to President Washington to build it.
r unemployed, it is such as they have en- Arkansas has the most glowing pros- Steel workers are on a strike at Pittsburg. 10-l=>2:45p; 12:40pS:50a

dured before at times, and there is no pects and reports from that state are Labor Day was observed Monday by most Ar DcLmJ..11:0.jp 3:00p 12:55p; 9:05a;

b ill-feelng against any one but the dock almost universally brilliant. Tennessee of the larger cities of the United States. ON INDIAN RIVER, Ar Deland Nog'2 NoS1oSo XoSS Xol)2
crops are not in such nourishing condition The late Henry Shaw, of St. Louis left
60 COtl Iro1ie'i. Junction.S:35u 12:15p; 2:20p 4:15p 1 P!: Op
General Sympathy.In : some few sections having suffered the bulk of his millions to that city under IX FIXE THRIFTY COXDITIOX. Lv DeLandS:20a 12:00p :O.jp1:00p 10:10p
from a drouth.
his sermon at York Sunday Canon conditions. Trains S8 and 6l run daily, all others
the Picking will not become general until New York and Pennsylvania veterans THREE HUNDRED & FIFTY TREES
expressed sympathy
Fleming daily except Siultlay.
about 30 and frost
Sept. an early dedicated
monuments Monday at G
of St. Paul's. ttys-
strikers. Canon Lyddoii, South J.'loridu'l'OIllJllodutioll..
. would do serious damage to the crop.
. burg.
the relief fund, and
has subscribed to The corn crop is safe and the yield ex- Two Hundred in Good Bearing. Xo. 3. Xo. C.

1"b Cardinal Manning: invited Burns, the ceeds any previous year. This is most Foreign. S "0 a m..Lv Jacksonville Ar..O 45 p m
leader, to call upon him Sunday and Servian papers threaten an invasion of
gratifying, and Memphis district will 0 33 a m..Green Cove Spring..5 44 p in
congratulated: him upon the general have of this to dispose of. Bulgaria by the Servians.It I ..
14.1ii a surplus crop 10 23 a m .Pnlatka Junction ...4 50 p IU
: good behavior. Throughout the country I has leaked cut in Rome that the Aus- WILL GUARANTEE: A NET IX- ,10 3.i a 111......... ..Palatka.-1 45pm
1iii meetings are being held giving expression FIRST TO LEAVE THE KINGDOM. trian government has been for over a month
This 11 17 a in........ lluntington.. ......4 00 p m
to this general sympathy. sounding the European as to their
and the relief consequent upon it has The New Chinese Minister Will be Accompanied views on the recognition powers of Prince Ferdi- COME' FROM PRESENT CROP, 11 40 a m............Seville ...........3 3D p m

s1x thus far kept the masses of strikers by His Wife nand as ruler of Bulgaria.M. OF 10 PER CENT. OX PRICE. 12 34 p in... DeLand Junction ...'J 43 p in

peaceably disposed. WASHINGTON, Sept. 3 -The Chinese i Alphand, the distinguished French en- 12: 4S p m... Orange City June ...2 27 p m .
1 20 .......Vr Sanford \.1 55;
I gineer is the p m p m
Mny Lead to a Labor Revolution. minister, with several members of the busy organizing proposed fete
aiH in honor of the 397th anniversary of the discovery Daily between Jacksonville and Palatka;
will remain in the Catskills fora t
Meanwhile the movement spreads and legation, ADnuEs5
of America. On that occasion all daily except Sunday south of Palatka. Xo.
tho demand is becoming: generalthroughout week or two before returning to Washington the American and West Indian delegates to 3 connects at Palatka with Fla. So. R y.Jacksoirt'ille .
JtIi for increase of when they will at once begin 'rlll"SYIIII"I'I..O&ln.
England an LOCK BOX 240 ,
the exposition will march in procession to and Sanford Accommodation. -
wages and an eight-hour day, t>o that preparations for their departure for
the residence of President Carnot to
the prediction is made that the present their native land. The successor to tho their gratitude to France. express } .\. 9 .

m strike is likely to lead to a great labor present minister has been appointed, President Carnot has signed decree fix- Xo. 5 Xo. 7S

revolution.Funds. but the cablegram announcing the date a 3 ;50 p liLLy ..Jaksonvillcr12: 45 p m 1
ing the general elections for Sept. 22. W. E. KNOX
of his for America has not 5 44 40
fur the Strikers Increasing. departure yet The Berlin Post declares that Russia is the p in..GrernCoveSpring..J1 a m
Burns said the usual been received at the legation.The 7 22 p m..Palatka Junction.._10 45 a m
Sunday evening only bar to a reconciliation bt.en France
: procession would be abandoned Monday minister will be accompanied by and Germany.Mrs. 7 50 p in...........Palatka .........10 40 a in '

:, and tho day would be devoted to his wife and family, which will be the :Maybrick was removed to Wokiug House & Sip Painter 3 50 P In........lluntington........ 9 55 a D1

Iic real work at the dock gates. A house- first instance wherein a woman of high prison. She was not clad in the usual prison 9) 22 p m..Sc\'ille.. .... ... U 37 a in

: to-house visitation for subscriptions is ,I caste has been permitted to accompany garb. She looked well 10 35 p m.....Deland Junction... S 4') a m

contemplated and contribution boxes her husband outside the celestial king- The town of Tscherlach, in St. Galla, 10 55 p m..Orange City June... 9 25 a m

sill be placed at tho public houses. The dom. The strict surveillance which is Switzerland, was destroyed Thursday by the TITUSV1LLE FLA. 11 50 p m......Ar Sanford Lv..... S 05 a m'
exercised wives will be followed ,
financial position of tho dockers was there over fall of tt. portion of Mount Hulbisberg. The Daily except Sunday.
he getting stronger every day, and there in this case, for immediately upon villagers'escaped.The \o.78 connects at Palatka Junction with
the arrival of the minister with his
new Florida Southern Haih\"a '.
in full
were now seven relief stations German government has decided to )

working order exclusive of voluntaryagencies. family to they the will legation drive ,in where a closed madame-.ar- largely increase the military in AlsaceLorraine Will Estimate or Contract for Painting Sanford and Luke Euslis Itnllwny.
riage
,and augment the as a result of
army
will be at installed in the suite Indian River. LEAVE ARRIVE
once anywhere on
, t .\ Split Among the Strikers. of apartments assigned for her o' cupal1cy. the increase of the French and Russian Xo. 113 Xo. 111 Xo. 110 Xo 112

.:t; The dock companies are better satisfied : With one exception, when the members armaments.Mr. William O'Brien Can do all kinds of Graining, eitherin 5:10 p m 4:30 a m..Sanford..8:20 a 8:45; pm
with the aspect of affairs. They of the new legation will be form- Monday was removed 5:27 p m 4:5'; a m..Paohi..7:5U a b:22 pm

. have an increased number of men at ally presented to the mistress of the from the Cork to the Gateway jail, Oil \Vater-Colorsrepresenting Oak, 5:50 p m 5:57 a m.Sorrento..7:34 a 7:40 pm

'(IIlis work composed of strikers who have resumed household a few days after her arrival, to under serve the out crimes his act.sentence He was recently loudly imposed cheeredby Ash. Cherry, Walnut or Mahogany. 6:04 p m 6:17 a m.MtDora.7:22 a 7:20 pm

their old places and new men. she will not at anytime see visitors or be the crowd his 6lti p m C:30 a in.Tavares.7:10 a 7:00 pm
on to the railroad
a It i& said that there is: a split among seen by company. station. way Wood-Filling & Hard-Oil Finishing. Daily except Sunday.: Xo. 113 connectsat
; the strikers and that ft small committeehas The minister will take his wife to dine Sanford with West India Fast Mail. Xo.
Chiefs Manga and Asi, who with Malietoa
been appointed looking to the aban- occasionally, when her health demands have Marshal 110 connects at Sanford with Jacksonvilleand
. returned from exile on the islands -
donment of tho strike. such exercise; but insteadof Sanford accommodation for points
state that when Malietoa was taken on PAPER HANGING
Tho Rochester coal whippers and permitting her to take in Xorth.
part any ,
board
the German
gunboat Wulf at Joluit,
iii bargemen visited a large number of ves- social duties, the legation will be conducted -
be returned Samoa Indian River Express.
to to he thought the
sels in tho River Medway Monday, and in all bachelor
respects as a establishment -
J: forcibly compelled tho men at work The present minister Germans were going to take him back to the a1soID.:1n.in.gAXD: : : Xo. 27 Xo. 7S

thereon to cease operations. his Cameroons, and jumped overboard, but was 1 00 p. mL,'. Jacksonville An.12 45 p m
itit will be accompanied upon
afterward rescued.A .
Junction..10
2 40 m..Pnlatka 45 ru
p p
.\ Nc%v paper's Prediction. return of his to China by who the with mem-the part of the railway train on which the ? 48 p in..........Palatka..........10 40 p m

1:: The Economist predicts a disastrous bers legation, Shah of Persia was traveling through Rus- 312 p m.Se'\"ille........... 9 37 p m
result for the strikers if they obtain the exception of Dr. Yow and one other, are sia his thrown STEN"CIL'VORK
on journey homeward, was 4 20 m..DeLand Junction... S 40 m
p p
all married. Mr. Shu who is in
sixpence rate with tho four-hour mini- Mr., and Mrs.now Park- from the track by a defective rail near the 4 57 p m........Enterprise......... 8 04) p m
mum. It says: The number of men Bangor visiting city of Bar, in Podolia, Monday. None of AND MOSAIC
hurst has been this for ANTIQUE 6 50 p ni....Ar Titusville Lv... 6 00 a m
work at the docks will largely in country eight the
Ita seeking party were seriously injured, und all Daily Sunday. Steamers leave Ti
which time he has not except
increase. The will years, during
J companies employ were safely conveyed to EU betgrad.
"1 his wife and child. Glass staining: : tusville daily except Sunday, for all pointsto
more permanent workmen and avail once seen The young king of Servia has written to Indian River as far south as Melbourne
themselves of fewer casual his mother Natalie
employes. her
ex-Queen imploring
. Killed at a Fire by a Falling Wall. For Decorating Churches, Dwellings at 6oOt in. Steamers leave Melbourne
Only a few will be benefited. The lot to return to Belgrade.The .
READING Pa. .-A large Wednesdays and Fridays at 5:00a
Sept4. Mondays,
i. of the many will be harder than ever. Italian military authorities have been and all Public Buildings.
brick owned me for all south far
three-story building by m points as as Jupiter,
- The law of tho survival of the fittest experimenting with smokeless powder. In
American Wood Paper then with for Juno and all
company'sworks.
connecting
;t vill bo exemplified by,the strike, the target practice double the usual number of Special attentjon to all inside Finish- stage
at Spring City, was wholly consumed landings on Lake Worth.
vidc-reachiug of which bits have been made.
consequences
fJ v "wUl be unprecedented in London's his- by fire filled Saturday with'aluab1e morning. Tho ma- London was startles Tuesday morning by ing. Halifax Hirer Express.Xo. .

tory." building was the announcement that a man, whose iden- Very Respectfully 27 Xo. 78
During the of the ,
fire chinery.the northeast wall progress bulged: and tity is at present unknown, had stabbed two 1 00 p m..Lv Jacksonville Ar.,12 45 p m

Female Aeronaut's Experience. prostitutes, in the central part of the city, 2 42pm..Ar Palatka Lv..._10 40 P D1
LONDON, Sept. 5.-An exciting scene about thirty feet of it fell, burying declining to accompany him. There is 15 W. R. KNOX. :3 00 p m..._Lv Palatka Ar..... 9 35 p m
underneath Oliver Monshower aged 30,
I vas witnessed at an exhibition by Miss Charles Seifert gNat excitement over the affair, and a veritable t; 00 p in..........Ormond.......... 6 25 p m

,Y, Shields Beaumont Sundav., the aeronaut In descending, at North from William William Schaefer Robinson and Henry Leaser,, Jack the Ripper scare prevails. Notice of the Formation of the t> 2p m..._Ar Daytona Lv...- C 00 a m

" her balloon with a parachute the woman all employes. Monshower was taken out Personal. Titus\'lHe Cemetery Com. For Daily additional except Sunday.times! at stations not named

.. Rot caught by a lightning conductor, dead. The others were more or less Thursday Oliver Wendell Holmes cele-
r from which she hung suspended by one seriously injured. Loss, $90,000, fully brated the eightieth anniversary of his pany. above, and for general information, applyat

ana far above the ground. There was insured. birth. The name of this corporation shall be city ticket office.
Ticket Office Xo.
I' ft.great ,'rowd of spectators, and the ex- A Confederate Union. Edward Hitchcock, of St Louis, has been "The Titusville Cemetery Company." Its Tickets on sale at and City Union ,
chosen of the American Bar shall be Titusville and 95 West Bay street at depot.
president at
atenjt':it was intense. Ladders were asso- principal office ,
Ala. 3. At Jack-
Sept -
BIRMINGHAM G. D. ACKERLV
J. A. LAUXERD
ciation. President Harrison is of the ,
brought as quickly as possible, and by one its general business the laying out, beauti-
sonville, Ala., Saturday last there wasa Gen. Pass. Agt.D. '
0b their aid the daring aeronaut made aWe re-union. The colored men vice presidents.Rev. fying and selling cemetery Jots at a placeto Supt.

0D descent who unique served in the Confederate armyin David H. Moore, D. D., has been be hereafter purchased, and convenientto F. JACK, General Manager.
chosen editor of The Western Christian Ad- Titusville. The amount of capital stock
various capacities as teamsters servants -
Commemorating Sedan. had "Confederate vocate, to succeed the late Dr. Bayliss.. authorized shall be four thousand dollars, THE
cooks etc. a
BERLIN, Sept. 5.-The anniversary ofthe The, celebratedwith The president has appointed Hon. John to be paid up in full and used for the pur-
day was
battle of Sedan was observed hereby re-union. I Little,of Ohio, a commissioner of Venezuelan and of
chase
cemetery
and base ball. improvement prop-
barbecue, speeches
as. a public meeting and a grand P3otechnical : a debate was had on the claims. erty. The corporation shall date its exis- NEW DRUG STOREHas
At night a
display. Herr Stoecker, the of whether the Democratic orthe Mrs. Delia S. Parnell, the mother of tencefrom the time ot filing its articles of

. court chaplain, delivered an oration. question the best the great leader in the English parliament association and by-laws with the Secretary

t The National Zeitung, commenting friend Republican to the party Good was humor prevailed in behalf of Ireland, is said to be of State and complying with the p rovisioasof on hand a Fine Assortment! of
negro.
0ii the anniversary, observes that peace slowly wasting away. Her physician says the law governing the organization of

has been prolonged beyond expectation, throughout.Consul the aged lady is dying on her feet corporations, and shall continue for the period FRESH DRUGS.Also
bu that iuu cost of an armed peace is Sampson Not Satisfactory.EL j .

enormous. Other papers review the history PASO Tex., Sept. 2.-Gen. Sampson I Crimes and Catultlej. of twenty years shall be
The business of the
of Germany since tho FrancePrussian American Near Sharon, Pa., while Alex. Love was company SPECIFIC REMEDIES. GUARANTEED -
I the newly appointed
conducted by a president, vice-president,
riding on a threshing machine he was caughtby
TO CURE the Diseases for which
war. consul at Paso Del S rte, did not enter a branch of a tree and crushed to deathon secretary and treasurer,who shall constitute -
" -- upon the duties of his office Thursday, the seat the board of directors, and shall for they are Recommended.
T.nn."lee' Big Tree the of Chihuahua telegraphed IF, AFTER VidING ANY OF THEM, YOU
as governor One man was killed and several injured in the first year be the undersigned incorporators -
la NASHVILLE, Sept. 3.-One of tho that he could not do so untilthe drunken in the order named. They shall be ARE NOT SATISFIED WITH THE RESULT,
a row at a picnic at Walton, KyM
continent has been sent him his YOUR MONEY WILL BE CHEERFULLY RE-
largest trees on the Mexican government Saturday evening. elected for each subsequent year upon the

0A found on Mansker's creek, this county exe().hater, which it is intimated the I Reimund Holshay, the highwayman and first Monday in July, and shall hold office FUNDED.
feet around the will decline to do, We have no cure-aIls, but a different -
0i r sycamore seventy: Mexican government train robber, who has operated in northern until their successors are elected and
pase of the trunk and twenty-two feet but will ask the United States govern- 'j Wisconsin and the of Michigan qualify. Remedy for Each Class of Diseasefor -
*n diameter. it elmshiliost upper peninsula Affections of the Liver Heart
Near grows an ment to recall Sampson. for the last eight months, has been captured The highest amount of indebtedness or Lungs,

as large.Too I Died Away from Home. at Republic, Mich., a mining town liability to which the company can at anytime and Kidneys ; for .emaJeCOmplalDu; and
Eczema
C Much,Nerve Food. I SALEM, 1Mass., Sept. 2.-Henry D. twenty miles west of Isbpeming, early Sat- ,subject itself shall not exceed one- Tetter also Ointments and other Diseases for of the, Ringworm Skin. ,

It BOSTON, Sept. Augustine: Thompson Sullivan, treasurer of the Naumkeag urday morning. He is threatened with being half the capital stock. Give them a trial l nnc.l"ou.. will not be
Moxie Nerve Food died lynched. President DWIGHT W. TUTTLE,
manager of the Steam Cotton company, of Salem,
Company; and homeopathio physician, of yesterday: in Paris aged 48 : ears. He Negro was burned alive at the stake by a Vice-President. ISAAC E. BROWN. disappointed.

J.V OWel Mass, has gone into insolvency.le was a descendant of Gen. Sullivan of mob near Monticello Ky., foT assaulting a Secretary, GEO. M. ROBBING, J. B. SCREVEN Druggist

owes 08,954, about one half of revolutionary fame and was prominentin h-year-old white girL Treasurer, WALTERS. GRAHAM,
"
Which is secured. The unincumbered Boston and.Salem social circles. ... 15. TITUSVILLE, FLA. 7
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DR Y: emies of saloons and saloon indueccecannot ; Cocoa.
THE FLORIDA STAR. of just fifty dollars less by the Circui: : WET VERSUS enlist for thirty days under the I Rev. C. C. Temple preached S-

Court a few: months before. There were As the date for holding the election : third morning and night in Hill's HaIl' ur!
of May. His i= not a i
banner Capt. Both n"ire"ere well
( PUBLISHED EVERY THT :.:":I>AY. only tico convicted at the late term of for deciding saloon question approaches ; andsecond I cca. attes i except when there is a first The Cleo r party ."!
: the Sera spas; interest in the event is beoom !
the Court. public
County yet ;
WAGER jitsr and MMei ; in the field. There are no owes afternoon after having placed *
ELLIS B. of those two in this way: ''Each end lug more and more evident. We understand I ''soreheadsand no candidates light a mile or so Wow here

; 'n- element is i about : to 511, and no Dr. L. T. Daniels: returned
sl.So per Annum. nay OM f-f tree itei'iie breakfrs were c the prohibition : to C
we
44dry and wet ; or, as
distance will make campaign. The except Monday and reported a most ptaawell ,
rirlt.f People at a pre- to a vigorous
Titumllta understand it, the advocacy of that as profitable week in TitlT1"lle.II
Eaknd aJ the Pott Qf.fit least dozen conviction organizing, meetings -
sunie that there\t'eret a friends of the cause are
which is good or that which is evil in )Ir. A. A. Taylor :and Mr. BuM..J
wS.c Aij- ?. We want to at if of Cocoa.e1rN! up 17Thursday :
r t and I will here remark that to. sire
work of the County Court and believeit throughout county and some of oubest society; in Mr. Taylor fat;
THE STAB i# the OFFICIAL new piperfor woman who feels no VaQtCo-
there is man or
for the but i iis it handle the subject any uette. They returned hometlrday.
Brevard county. is a good thing: county, speakerwill future of society tnt
interest in the present or .
at least refreshing, if no; startling, to from their point of view in an able man-- :
I I pity them and :o such these remarks ML Polly Harris a !left Cocoa
The Star ha the Largest circulation have it claim all the credit for the suppression ner. Two years ago this question crea- addressed. week for San Antonio. Fla, t,1 Lw

of anv paper on.the Eat coast of Fla. of the liquor trace and to claim i ted very little excitement, as the resul: are not the Catholic CX: nvez.t there f..: tht

that the law is now in the hands of *'It/' was admitted on all sides at that time to On the petition which caused the ca,: pose of finishing: her vocal ina ia14 P':

,1 A 5o.CAKEi one inch In space; 24 5are5 friends. If Judge Jones and Sheriff Bow to be a foregone conclusion while at the in; or ordering of the county election, cation.
make a column. of Mr. and 3Irs. H. T. McOinsis i i
who charged with the enforcement election the vote will be we are told that there were the names r.
Editor man. are coming very
.iireofthe
Fora.Irertislas: tesea to Gxx Ia-: week f ra Onau! ..
a ilway*enclosing atu-o cent stamp.WHAT of the law, were ''fa friend-, andif close. Some of the most ardent prohibitionists our influential citizens who voted dry in Halifax. Mr, 3IcOnnb i- which ID

the law waplaced in their handfo; of two years ago have undergone the last election. We are also told by proved in; health!: by her -. j >vn :,)!ht

has become of the Florida Cca: enforcement by the progressive (prohibition :- a change of heart and are openly in favor I'' those who ought to know that without Beach Hotel.

Canal and Transportation CompLine those the requisite number could 31 r. and Mr=. T. Boothailed: .i>wa te
names
) party a; the la-t election we car of high licence and while there will
'',4. We were informed that six dredge. have been obtained. I t is to those I the ocean beach near.Ltr. Wifc i ; nc., only :1th3t we have been dnpl and be no public meetings held! in the interest ,. not in the Little 1 'They s
wouldoon be down here creating a understand it that war them wish to talk, in the hope that they donor in there :
; that we did not : of this class there are among : several days camp and ea'N=eI
'y canal.We wonder if these are the sa Wedredges '. intend to vote as they petitioned.: : themselves greatly.
at the time. Perhaps we have not undcrstood many prominent men of unquestioned :
( Dr.Ve= : -rest his soul- friends for I addres.many of The naphtha launch Larimer caae
Now
the statement of our esteemed integrity and respectability, and their; my D?
W from Jupiter la:: : week ;and i is a
ao. < ,
used to talk about a generation 1 r friends-in the name
its able ed conclusions will as my personal
silent and calm you
with that contemporary as mte:1Gt.y example at Cocoa again, as C:" piaia Us,; :nv
r await further development* itur-in which case we hope for future< attract followers, no doubt, as etfcctivelj : of thought and rea-on. why should we likes Cocoa better than any other thp

I' customary patience which i is proverbial enlightenment. toward their camp as the most eloquent wish to return to high license? Havewe on Indian River and finihis het'h

J ,4 of Floridian*. and logical will convince: on not tried it to its bitter consequences? proves more here than elewheMr. .
1.1 arguments and Mrs DI. Hall anl
ROYA1GRAFTS. : dad1e
q \\'I: have not 'on hand the -ear tlc. LORD CHURCHILL OX the other ha:1d.fer all, it is a question -;. Have you so JOn> forgotten the condition t I Viva returned to Cocoa l lastS; ;! .,:

::1 in regard to the proportion of marriage :I : that each voter must or should decide of a:airs under it? Murder drunkenness after several month' stay in tl-t r.rt

c and births to be expected from a place I I f In a long and very animated el'3e for himself, and there are but few : rioting and gambling were in ern part of Florida. Mr. Hill Jen

_ the size of Titusville, but it does seen in London. the other day on the grants of: who have thought the matter over for] !!i, full bias: from legalized saloons, doing all well, and says he ijrlad to get _
the Indian "River i-i the.
that if any prize ha been offered for the< : money to Queen Victoria and her family. themselves that will be influenced either i I all they could-for what For the good as place in Florida. -.

rl'if.fl best average in this line we ought to send Lord Randolph Churchill says : But way by any argument that might be ad. i of society? For your mercantile growth ? County Attorney James idea rzs

4 in our application. There has beeiseveral what are these prodigiou-. portentou vanced. The attempt of a :"ear:1o to :I For the happiness hones and the welfare : in Cocoa last week acd sfc>pj
new arrivals since our last issue i ;: and C3a-tr Jphic consequences which drag this subject into politics has greatly :. of the"uunc? No no! Scarcely. I II i, Peck douse several day. He cased n
: this intolerable burden of the monarch testimony 1on court business. )Ir. .Sander t.p.!
but bear to
local columns, and while< injured the prohibition cause. Many citizens i a young man can ,
t as noted in our i I a man, has shown hicwof'his elff v
j will impose on the people groaning under I I the enticing wiles to drink or play-just young r
the matrimonial market i is a little dull: endowed with manhood and honor, position of tru=t and ciise i .

'# just now we understand there are sec- ; the repeated applications by the ,' although strongly in favor of closed saloons for fun ; EO harm in it. It wa not safe ,j I I i of making a big name for "i""tIf Q

monarchy to Parliament Taking special for to take to town with the annals of Florida.
bargains on foot, which could not value their self-respec: a nan money
important
era will be coniumm.'Ved in the very near .! grants to members of the Royal family so lightly as to array themselves with a ,1 which to buy supplies, if he drank or !i i Mis Hannah Sheehan who TU 6t-

I find that the growing cost of thei and the instances : ported as dying some days ago. listtaion
cards
are
f future. following whose sole 1 aim was palpablytheir played many until Sunday night, when =hebrcairfher

i i monarchy from 1763 to 1.)3-a period: of own political advancement and : where the saloons pot the money and themercbant5 last, after months safferiog trig

I WHILE we cannot approve the princi i 30 years-amounted to $::.r)')O.I)M), while there are men to-day who will, from their were asked for credit and in : that hopeless disease, Ci umptio:. St

pies that led to the appointment of Dolpl in the present reign-from 137 to 1SSC, a own honest con'iction"alk up to the more instances than one for money to '! came to Florida tuo late for our tail

of sterling I of 52 was only $C4GOw.: climate to cure her of the ravages lie
man period 'ears-it
1 Edwards newspaper home with. Men were drinking
poll and cast a dry ballot but could not: to get dread disease had already made nponitrsystem.
ability, as postmaster at Stanford, it i i5.I Therefore the British get a reduction of themselves death and their families to I
. brine themselves to sit on the same platform to She' was down here whbeci!

4 i a great pleasure for us to learn that if J. I of $-lJ.h< 0.(M(. Now. I take the annuitie : with those individuals who led the poverty,widowhood and orphanage. Eventhe ;: near friends or relative. but kind ba&

/ J. Harris had to step out that the most !, to member.- the Royal family, and ]I prohibition party at the last general elec county officials were not exempt but ;: ministered to her comfort and tit &1

deserving of men steps in. A man that I find that in the last year but one of Goo.I ; tion. The saloon qe=tion, as well as municipal disgraced their high offi ce;. Bright intellects :1 I not need for care or good Partfor: narsiag.
The second Lawn the 5eae
can usually succeed I I III. they amounted to $2.15t,O A., while I :
a and characters
run newspaper futures
can good i
government of a small town, promising } fit of Cocoa's sidewalks will take j4t
pretty well at anything eL-e. And while ; in the present year they only amount to and ruined by the saloons. These l this week lii
; should not enter into politics a great I were I I -Thursday night Sept ,
'l the friends of the retiring incumbent I $-it))IfP, (:'. Thus we get a reduction ic ; majority of our best citizens will not consider I are hard facts. but are unanswerable because 1 at the Peck House in Cocoa. A Urge it-

regret the abrupt termination of: annuities of $1.4'>(',WO a year as compared : tendance is looked for by the ladies &
heart ;
may it in that connection. Only those true. It does my good to '
duties are confident the with the 1819. Then I take the I I have the affair in hand and a pl cash:
we
his official j' year and
I whose hearts are ick with waiting for know that many, under prohibition evening will be enjoyed by all whoper
of Sanford will have no cause to Civil List. I will take the Civil List of I
people office and whose bodies are tortured with illicit selling, have returned to sobriety, : ticipate in the entertainment Piroa

complain of the management of their: I King William IV., which amounted to ; pangs of hunger for the loaves and fishe industry and honor, and I love to honor I, of young people are expected lcome" *

a postoffice by the gentleman who now assume I $_';551)CX, ,, and today it is $l, jcljO, : will sanction any such proceeding. them. Our county officials, from first to I to Cocoa to the Lawn party fna
Edwards resident i- reduction of $? Titusville. City Point, Memtt's "thai
ii control. Mr. was a a tri l.l.1 a year. I
i While it is not our duty to direct the last, are sober, efficient men, and I am Melbourne and Eau Gs&e.!
of Titusville for a few month during 'We must now take into account the : i Rockledge,
dry campaign, we cannot believe that glad I toted for them. If the weather should be icclenestdr
1887 and is kindly remembered b\ increased amount which the nation receives 'I'
I the Jionesty of our advice can be questioned When we were trying to have high party will be postponed until Fri&jnight i
those who had the pleasure of making from Crown lands. The increasein I -or Saturday night should Frig
when we warn all horse prohibitionists license to restrict the number of saloons !,
0 i s his at that time. He was the present reign has been $2.100,0011 I night also be Hormy. Admision sill lx
: acquaintance
of : to take the "bull by the horns'at and I lessen their influence the hue and
+ one of the founders of the Orlando Daily a year ; therefore, there is a reduction in ,I i; 2.5 C'ent5. Supper can Le Iud all di.t;
_ I I the outset, and see to it that the managers cry was raised against it that it was a ; the evening 3.t 25 cent=. Nice caLic: b
Record and while he has only resided in the cost of monarchy to the people of !
,
of that political circu which rich man's law and against the poor man, ; been procured for the daacin; atL.
Florida few is widely known as $3,' j.oO. The cost of monarchy in the I
a all
4 years time i. for OjtWatson
jolly anticipated
I amused us last fall be placed well in the and some who are talking wet now usedit.
one of the best all-round newspaper: men reign of William IV. was ,, ..'.u OI:.IMNi. the 1 i has promised that if a sulk
the of the The law i man's law. 1I
rear at beginning present campaign. present = a poor
in the State. Civil Liet being $2,550,000, while theCivil i I I i number of people iron TituiviHe
r _.._ If not we pledge our word for Any man, without paying any license, I II' to come to Cocoa to the Lawn Party,*
List of the monarch is
onlyQ1.1.fw I
x Our esteemed contemporary, the Melbourne present it that many an honest but selfrespecting can have one of these illicit saloons if he I steamer will bring them down sid fe

Ahr, i ia jubilant over the effect- $1,900.000, showing a reduction of 1, prohibitionist will deny himself the I' can stand the consequences and the consequence i I turn the same nisht Leaving Tit
0(K). The revenue from the Crown landsin j,I ville at about tars the steaaer riII
: ivenes4 of the county court in suppres pleasure of taking any active part in the i : make him poorer and p. bldi3l
t4 the of William IV. $70000 pwrerI make other a: other
reign
was
,
ing the sale of liquor, and in speaking of and the people now receive $2,42OOXfrom ) meetings rather than come in contact I I every court. The difference between a !j I i on the route stoppages if signaled! :o do sxI

how poorly the law was enforced before with a herd whose vociferous enthusiasmis high license saloon, protected by law i 1 .. -

the establishment of this branch of jus these same lands, which gives the the best evidence of its insincerity. and the illicit saloon is that the former: I Temperance )Ieetln:.
C net cost of monarchy to the people at the
lice it uses these words: Whatever may be the outcome of the grows rich and their cu tlmerpoorer ; We. the undersigned, ia viewef *
id of small sum of $4 rP}( +X). This shows a reduction I of the ekctiB to 2-
importance
'The progressive people our county coming election-and no unprejudiced while immorality increl.The scared. county
*' saw a remedy. and the only rein dy 1 err of cost between the present day I termine whether or not in.ox: tiabrT. +

= t profr tnforceinent of laic. Get it into the and the time of King William IV. of no thinker would attempt a prediction as to tImid illicit saloon is afraid to make any I erages shall be sold in Brevard cei ;Jq,

f hands of its friends and out of the hands l less than $2.410,000 a This makes i I Il the result-it is a great pleasure for u:* noise or make much drunkenness or row i! respectfully ask that all per: )ia fr e&1'I

of those who winked at its violation and year. I to note that the very individuals who or fight, and grows poorer, while their to the temperance cause snail

in some instances were guilty of morals the total cost of the monarchy at the present were so horrified at the course of thecounty I expected customers grow sober and inde- I Cocoa ept. 13th at 10 a. m.t .

complicity by passive recognition or ever day as nearly as possible the altogether : 'Hera fo3aw the rutares of about ;*icacft**
oficials and their
one .
'
year ago pendent.The
wl.1cl1we lure Use to psUuij
so
personal patronage. intolerable sum of 7S cents a headon I
laxity in enforcing prohibition are today withering admonition and warning I All *"
j are cordial! invited to ccoe
We by 'progressive people the of of the richest
suppose 1 population one "
most earnest in expressing their belief in of Judge Broome and the prompt ac- ; dally the ladies There will be a,bed
the titan means prohibitionist Then countries in the world.:' Lord Churchill! I tion of Judge Jones: the vigilance and dinner and amscests*
the ability and the will of the same officers i i j progrunmeof ,
look at the next sentence: 'The only also added that there was more money nerve of the prosecuting attorney, withan i with music for the occasion. If tit

T J4 t a remedy for proper enforcement of law. stolen in the City of New York by the I to enforce it. They claim to-day that efficient sheriff and good counsel. havea weather is threatening lie meetisr d

,Cfrt it into the fand* of its jrifivl ands Municipal Council in a few years than I prohibition mil prohibit with our present wonderfully '"drying' effect. Therewas I be held indoors, and if fair at *iiiI
county: judge to enforce it; yet duringthe not a man, I "am told, at the last picnic ground
out of the hands of those who winked at would ba'nhl the expenses of Royaltyin Criminal Court who showed signs of
W. H. Sxsrt
S
of last
its violation and in some:, instances were England to the end of eternity. That campaign fall they argued drinking. Having fled from high:: license I G. W HOUI&
rI e that it was a failure only because said and its
horrors
of moral by to prohibition local
guilty complicit passiverecognition i= rather a hard nut for the honest alder- I '
I.I judge did not enforce and for this reason option, which, though an experiment, is What the of 1 *
or even personal patronage. men of New York to crack.A i is. use conptainiBg
Now as far as we are able to learn,the law they put forth their chosen candidate. working wonderfully fast towards peace, 5n'5' Tonic will care when ocm--rt of.
and
r What they will have left to stand on at quietude prosperity. shall we desertour I Quinine fail to cure. Price .o'c ts-d tl
hand with the
is in the same exception principles and without being able to oCite"
the
peep at bathing pool at the cheerfully refunded if you are :
the next election it is hard
general
i : of the county attorney, a; have had its Grand View to satisfy our minds with a preponderanceof I tied. !LII
. Sunday morning, proves it sac. After having complimented Judge argument do the bidding of
enforcement for the past two 'ear::. The our enemies -
to be a light, roomy neat and clean- Jones >o highly and deservedly for his who are the prime movers in this Johnson's Tonic is a spkB'liJ T-i
county clerk, county judge and sherifi and Dr. election scheme and Appetizer. it and if zwt ,
looking structure, Wiley certainly seeking by soft words II Try ,
action the late
a: term of the
:r have held office each during all that exercised some taste and judgment in county and shrewd arguments to make us parties with it. don't pay lor it. !I.

time and if the law has been taken outof its erection court we await with considerable curiosity to the resuscitation of their lost prosperity I No .Arsenic no Quinine no ]

the hands of those who winked at its what plea shall be urged for his removal ? Xo sensible man can expect the and no big doctor's bill to pay.son's .

: violation, etc., then it must have been Are you made rriaerable bf ind;;e tion, Ccnaipation. by the candidate offered by the law to crush out the evil any more than I, Chill and Fever Tonic ?<* B'. JI
Ihzinrs:, Loae s. (>lnute, \>Uow Skin third stealing, murder or any other crime cures or no charge is made for it. F
hence. If it should I
it token out of the hands of the above- $! 1ch". Vjulaer i. a positive Care sold tr DjcilWB party year ( against which there is a law can do it. I 00: cents. i
i Grr, TitaiTiUtv Fla.
named officers and if it has been put in 0: be in existence). .. I have not touched the financial view I.I

"ft friends then the The PoeT Geo. H. of this question. When understood it -Read the :
t the bands of present Thayer, of Bourbon. Ind aU: Wet ball news on inside pages
Both myself aid Tifc. owe our fires to StiB or Dry. in favor of the law. The .
I county clerk, judge and sheriff must be Consnmpiion F1a. Cure.' Soil by Kelson k Gre.'... IIA CITY PODTT. Sept 6, 18S trial County Court paid present all expenses and Remember, the Lawn Party st s
tunille"
*'1ti" friends. Now, we know these gen Editor Florida Star: I a snug sum into the treasury, so I have I I, Peck'-*, Cocoa, is to-morrow (Thttr-d!)

tlemen were not *iV friends last fall, Saul Injector free With each bottle of Stiloh's It been informed. We do not want the evening.
be remembered pit-
Catarrh Bt that several j
medy- Price S) centre. 80l.1 by Dickson may
i had ""ft/ candidates in iful sum of a little blood ,
but 'if' own the k Grey, TttusTiUe FU.4HckneUck. money to be
years ago, in the dry and wet campaign
followed !
five
field for the offices which theclaim by or six thousand dollars Epoch.The .
very ." mlasnce sid frirrnt perfume. there was a county temperance organization for a murder case, with the loss of our transition from loa'. lia' :
j !i, are so all-powerful in enforcing the law. Price :Sand 3J cent Sold b". Diduor & Grer. effected at City Point. I have received good name. If there is still crime and I and painful sickness to robust **-.v

,, If the law is in the hands of "it/* friendsit TitnEnik, 11& several letters urging me, as chairman wrong doing, who does it? If the law H I marks an epoch in the life of the inuh***
is well ill Shiloh' Car will made inefficient and brought into ; ual. is V****
perhaps just as county immediately relieve Crocp, of such organization call disrespect Such a remarkable event
ticket did not succeed at the last election Vhoopin k Grty. Titusnlle Cough nd FIv Broactin Sold by Dicloa to a mass- who is responsible for it? Are we'to ured in the memory and the *&**>

meeting the temperance people and i be saddled with an expense of ?oOO to i whereby the good health has beta y.
the officers &
as long as present are : For Dypep and Liver Conspliint von have a hose friendly to the cause to organize'' see Brevard go dry again ? Who instigated rained is ?t'ratefullr ble sed. Hence *

1 "its friends an.hoThe Circuit Court, printed> guarantee on every bottle of ShiloL's. for the campaign. As the matter is of it? I cannot believe that a major that so much is heard in nie of tj*:
its convicted alizer. It never fats to cure. Sold by Dickson k ity of the people of this tric Bitters; so feel they owe &**
at spring term, every saloon irey.. Tttzuvdle, Fl*. public interest I take this county will desert many of
,
public way restoration. use
i dealer in Titusville and .. a principle whose purport and ten- to health to the
imposed
ShilobCaUrrb r.ec of faying that I consider that the organization tency is for good for one which Great Alterative and Tonk. II yoa are
rpo.itit'e core for C* can only
i sentence on four of them. Right then the irrh. Diptaeria and; Canker){cuth. Sold ty Dick ended with the necessity for its sink and degrade If I had no better troubled with any disease of l

t backbone of the liquor business was bro- son i Grey. TitusviEe, Fla. reason than to be consistent I Liver or Stomach "of long or ihor1'lng
creation should
but that I
R 'I am willing to join relief )1
you will surely find :
ken. One of the very men fined at the Why W'illyou cough when Shfloh's Core will give other citizens in such a call. For my vote dry again. use of Electric Bitters. Sold at 50P51 = *

: County Court was sentenced to pay a fine immediate b y Dickson rebef&Grey,Price Tttcsnll 10 ct,*Fla.Acts and SI.. Sold own part'l can see EO reason why the en- Respectfully W. H" ,'cg, i per bottle, a: Dixoa Uray' _, r'
- xPE. i Store. P -
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-- BucKIen's Arnica Salve. EDWARD STILING. ALBERT A. TAYLOH*

SALVE in the world for Cuts, .
Bruises THE BEST. Sores. Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fe- 19 Wants. STILIN""Gr da T-Y-LOR..

Tetter, Chapped Hands, CM1-
/ Sins Corns and all Skin Eruptions,
Indian River Florida.{
Cocoa
,
positively cures Piles or no pay re- ,
and is guaranteed to give perfectKwSrtlon -0-- '

or money refunded. Price DEA-LERS I
g box. For sale by Dixon &
cents per
1 9.Ir. J.S.WATSON&GO
'.' Grey. -. &_ ,,

. -) D. F. Morrison, of Eldridge, was Hardware Crockery Stoves Tinware

. r. weel in town a couple of days-the end of last FORWARDING ,

--
-

. The Invalid's Hope.Manv AND AGATE-WARE.
.Ja.t'Pt
seemingly incurable cases of

blood poison,catarrh, scrofula and rheumatism AND COMMISSIONMERCHANTS Paints Oils Glass and Putty,
,
: B.
B. B.
td&. otmic have Blood been Balm-cured made by by: the TABLE and POCKET CUTLER Y,

( Balm fo.. Atlanta (,a. Write to
Blood Plumbers' and Mill
them for book filled with convincing BARBED WIRE,

.
1 proof.G.. W. B. Haider, living seven miles Supplies,
) from Athene Ga., writes: "For several WIRE NETTING
ulcers,
with running
"Dt, years which I doctors suffered treated and pronounced FLORIDA Doors Sash Blinds WIRE

.,[Jer4GJei last A single than bottle all of the B.doctors B. B.Sdmemoicsood TITUSVILLE, and CLOTH.

I kept on using it and every ulcer IlCaled." -:0--
D. c. J inanl & Son Towaliga, Ga., BRICK LIME CEMENT C3r13.Zl.S9A.MMUXITIOX
writes: "Wo induced a neighbor to try WE WANT ,
B B B. for catarrh, which he thought
I in'-uraUe, as it had resisted all treatment THE CONFIDENCE OF THE PEOPLE SHINGLES and LATH. ,
him and
continuing
It delighted i'ismTAC'KLE.
?
ce cured sound and well"R
he was
its use
1
1ter- .M.LawsonEast Point, Ga., writes: WE WANT

.'!ly wife bad scrofula 15 :}'ears. She You to be sure to Come and See Us Ship Cb..an.d1ery: G-c>c>ds,
worse. She lost her hair
kept growing When come to town.WE .
: and her skin broke out fearfully.followed.DebilIty you Agents for ALABASTIXE, the permanent coating for walls and ceilings ; For Chattanooga Plow Coni
and
appetite
otl1J' After,emaciation physicians and no numerous advertised WANT pan y's plow and cane mills ; Planet Jr. farm tools.

and her medicines recovery failed was rapid ItiiedB.and B.com-B., To Talk to You. Gauze Doors, Cook Stoveb and Ranges, Gasolene Stoves, Collins and Ca>ket>.


plete.Oliver" Sccor, Baltimore, )Itl., writes: WE WANT A-RTESI-AlSr AVELL PIPE .A. SHPECI- \..LITY. t
weak back and rheumatism. To Work With You.
!ontom "I suffered. B.from B. B. has proven to be the Catalogues, sample cards and MZC libts tent free upon application. Correspondence solicited and

only medicine that gave me relief." WE WANT estimates furnished promptly.

To Post You on the Markets.WE STILING & TAYLOR.
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida.A. .
lf In Chancery. ---- .
1889. --- "
--
D. WANT --------- -
-- --- --- ---- -- ---------- --

NELLIE J... WAKD, complainant.YS. To Ship For You and See to Your Shipments L. C. OLIVER. F. T. PtCiE.OLIVER .
"It.tW- .
JESSE WARD, defendant. here.
. Upon the bill in said suit being filed. & Bl.JDGE,
aAd due proof made as appears by the WE WANT F"

eemi1l afil'lavit of complainant to the same To either Buy or Handle most of the
that the said defendant resides Dealers in
showing
section
Produce of this
Fruit and
st out tof said State it is hereby ordered
3MIIovt that a hearing be had on the facts charged of the country.
in said bill, on the first Monday in GEORGIA PINE LUMBER
- December, 18S9), and that said Jesse WE WANT *
edi4Jent' Ward do before said Court on or
appear Your
if cannot Buy
Know we
in December You to ,
before said first Monday
A. D. 1S89, and plead or answer to said Products, We Can Ship it for You. SHINGLES AND LATHS.

1m bill, and defend against the same and the
? facts charged therein, and to do further, WE WANT
1h,, and receive what said Court shall consider GrE EB..A..L :BA.B.D"VV AR..EIE
at Titusville
;e in said cause. : You to help us to make ,

Done at Chambers at DeLand, this distributing point for the Products

mat 7th day of August, A. D. 1889. of the river and sell our

)U1 5 Judge of the JOHN Circuit D.Court BIIOOME.of Florida, Products, here. Sash, Doors and Blinds ; Stoves, Tinware and Crockery."Refrigerators .

: in and for the 7th Judicial Circuit.

from HENRY T. PRIEST, Clerk, WE WANT PAI TS A D OXLS
Y1n6 18-3mo. ,
Fla. do it
Juno, In fact to save you money, and can

tthtda Master's Sale. if you \villhelpus. Water Coolers, Ice Cream Freezers,

Under and by virtue of a decree issuing
WANT
:idar out of the Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial WE
Wire Screen Windows Screen-Wire Doors.
mltem. District of Florida and for Brevard You to know we arc head-quarters for Screen ,

county in a certain cause therein depending Vegetables, Crates, etc.
wherein David Y. Russell is complainant -
nd. and Gustavus B. Snell and Bessie POWDER AT NEW YORK PRICES.
I will,as Master WE WANT
Snell,his wife,are defendants,

in Chancery.sell bidder at public for cash outcry, on, to Mon the To Sell you your Orange Boxes and TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. .

hfehest and best being Orange Wraps, and will do it if you
the
11,' day, the 7th day of October, same
in the month and a legal will come to see us.
Monday
d the fint
hours of sale, Olyd S"te sb.ip Oo.
between the legal
1 gale day, Steam Launch Eleanor I
tsri! in front of the Court-house door in the WE WANT ,
Charleston & Florida Lines.
ton of Titusville, Breyard county, Fla.. I New York,
lin2'tc the following described real estate, to-wit: r You to know that we are Agents for the 37 Feet Long, 7 1-2 Beam, I

All that certain lot of land lying and of being Brevanl. Ocala Rock Lime, and will furnish 2 Ft. Draught ; Cost, new, $1,800, I
Titusville county,
of ,
in the town it low down.
State of Florida, known as all of lot CAN BE BOUGHT CHEAP
! block twenty-two ((22), accord-
six (C), in
3<<=- ing to LeBaron's map of the town of Ti WE WANT By addressing

-brio" tusville, filed for record m the clerk office You to know that we burn our own G. LOUTREL LUCAS,
December .0th, i
,
,; 1881;of said Brevard land being county in government lot Oyster-Shell Lime, and, of course, 21O Wafer St., Baltimore,3Ynm .

tlat two IiO( of Action three (3)), township can give jou bottom prices.WE .

twenty-two (22)), south of range thirty-five Yum Peach Trees
...... (35)) east, according to I nited Mates survey WANT ,
'. with all the appurtenances
together handle Cement The of this Line to ail a- foliuv. :
thereunto belonging or in anywL appertaining. You to know that we ALSO Magnificent Steamships! are appointed
Terms cash. and Plaster Hair. MAGGIE (Standard Time.)

Dated this 28th d-iy of August, A. D. RED CEYLON, ,

':tJr! 1889. S. GRAHAM, WE WANT AND WALDO PROLIFIC : From Jacksonville to New York. I
,m WALTER ,
From Jacksonville to New-York.
!01!, Mftster in Chancery Brevard <""0., Fla.. To impress upon your minds that we Ou Mariana Plum Stock. GuaranteedTrue. I tCALLlXG AT CIIARLESTOS.) I

*OIXOTICC. represent IROQUOIS, II, Sunday, ep'.. 1. at 8:3a a. m (DIl ECT on C.\LL1 G AT CII.lrOS'J
>J:. & Ett"'artiS, Yum Yum is the _Best .Pech.,ever CHEROKEE,. .- Thundar. at 12:00nool., YE\tASSEf:' ,- TnudJI.St'.. t. 3 at 3WploYEIASSEE.
Thompson 8undar.: 1:1:, at 2:30 p m SE\I1S0LE, Friday, 6, at ZW p La
..
3,; the 7th Judicial Circuit of Chicago, planted in Florida; ripens in April anu I ;;:UlI\OLE, Thursday.I... 12, at 6:00 a. m IP.OQCOI TUf'tiJay, .. 111. at 3W p. l"IROQCOIS.
Jn Circuit Court of May Price, $3.00 per doz. Order now. Suno y. 15. at 8. 30 JU CIUUOKEE. Fri I&Y. 13, at 3:0: p.%:.
- of the Stale of Florida, Lrevard The largest manufacturers of Fertilizers ; Tillnmn Fla. CHEROKEE. Thur..day, .. 19. at 11:30 &. m 8 1 01.E, Tundaf. ".. 1..at 3:00 p IREYIXOLI'
1889n Chancery.Juuus 0. AY. IDNER, ;. Sunday, U 2"1, at 1:30 p. m IROQCOIS. Friday, :(t, at 3.00 p niIROQUOI
D.
., cl county, A. in the west, and keep constantly 15-Si TburBdlir, ". 6, at 6:00 a.m CHEROKEE, TuelCla .U. 'H,at 3:00 pin
. is' KINO, "j following brands of their CHEHOKEE Sunday, 29, at 7:00 & m SElXOLE. I"rids,. :1':. at 3lt'.pcSE
\'z;. on hand the PIONEER COOPERAGE II OLE, T11ur dar, Oct, 3. at 11:00 a. m
Minnie E Smith and j-Foreclosure. Goods:

11.Ued William Barton Smith,J| World of Good, for Orange: Trees. Syrup Barrels $2.25. For Information Regarding Freight and Pa age, apply toJ
liubband.
her It appearing from the 'affidavit of II. F. o World of Good, for Truckers. Gauged to order, ten cents extra. A. LESLIE, Supt, Jacksonville; T. G. EGIR Traffic Manager, 35 Broadway,Se% In-.
of the firm of Jones & Pure fine Ground Bone. J. A. STEAD Agent.Feinandina. .
!J Atkin on, a member IIOlicito that Wheelwrighting and Repairing.C. JOHN L.HOWARD. T.F.A., Jacksonville. F. 3L IRO }!O GER.T. P. A.. JacksoniJe.1V3I. .
complainant's ? Bone and Potash. South AVhanen, Philadelphia ; Howling -
isoDrtJr Atkinson, Barton Blood, I'. CLYDE i CO.. General AgeiitR 12
Minnie E. SnAth and \\ilham Chicago Bone Meal. O. B. .. Green New York.
entitletl I
Rn':t1. l'n.. ivinrlpnts in the above
.
;yell OJUU.", ""'non-residents- "' .r --nn- of the State of Flor-i Dissolved Bone. Hone'barrels and Oval Water Breakers '
'lice. case, are from 2.00 In. Scp'ter.n'berYunan's :
are respectively up. P1an.'ts
said respondents
the berry
... ida, and that S'tra
,.. the of twenty-one years, WE WANT
over age Tanksand and Hoffman's Seedling $4.QQper 1000. Order tafbj.
.
Minnie Improved
it is ordered that the said respondent* hand
Smith and William Barton Smith her You to know we keep on all kinds ot COOPER WORK to order. FERTILIZERS specially adapted to our soil and climate

I.g ; husband, do respectively, on or before the Sulphate of Potash. T. JOIIXSOX Several Brands BRAND of manufactured by an old firm, the Davidge Fertilizer Co.
'1 9th day of September, A. D. 1889, plead, Land Plaster, INDIAN RIVER Also, Bone Meal, Cotton Seed Meal], etc., and MapeV and

.> 1)',')' answer of or demur to herein the said filed complainantsbill or that the Canada H. W. Ashes, LaGrange, : : Florida. Send Davidge's for Fertilizers.Circular A full line of Ornamental Fruit Trees. Send for catalogue.

'" complaint confessed, and Tobacco Stems and River Nurseries, Melbourne, Fla.
taken as Indian
said bill will be JOHN B. BEACH,
that the complainant be allowed to proceed Cotton Seed Meal.WE .EACOTT & CO.,
And it
with his said cause.
rin&ttJ ex parte
is further ordered that a copy of this order WANT TIT S' LLE, FLA., I JU.: SAWYER & SON,

:f be published published in the in FLORIDA Titusville STAR, ,Brevard a newspaper You to Give Us a Trial on something TINS SHEET-IRON WORKERS. Yacht Sail-makers
POTTER
JJ&1!' county/Florida. once a week for four consecutive ol PORTER & II I
.,J&' weeks previous to the 9th day WE WANT
D. 18S9. r 84 & 85 South St., New York
,'J. September, A.Honorable John D. Broome, To merit your patronage by fair and GUTTERING, ROOFING, I
'Vitness the
::1brit'. Judge of the said court, as well as A. A. honest dealings, and we mean business. And Manufacturing of Tin "?3re.: ASD ATLANTIC
. bf.:.' Stewart Clerk of the said court, and the TRY IIS.Respectfully. Real Estate Dealers FOOT OF 55TH ST.,
iJ!. seal of said court, at the Court House in GALVANIZED WORK, : YACHT BASIN, BROOKLYS.I .

t '. Titusville in said county of Brevard, this -:0- of all kinds
v And Repairing
, 8lh day of August. A. 1 9. I I
t Pleasure
, A. STEWART, Wortli Dade Co., Fla. Particular attention given to
Lalic
;nat, Clerk Circuit Court.JONES & CO Location t MAIN ST., near river......, I Boat Sails of all descriptions. 50
S. WATSON I
: : & ATKINSON, J, I .
17. Solicitors for Complainant
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.': \ THE FLORIDA STAR, WEDNESDAY-, SEPT. 11, 1SS9.

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SWEETHEART DAISY. Consumption Surely Cured. I I Indian River Steamboat Co. I "FROST LINE" TO THE FROKI J


GEN. LEGITIESaid }'] The sunset: all its golden rays I To have THE a Jl'ITon-1'lease positive remedy inform thousands for your the above readers of hopelesscases -named thatI I I, I J
its timely use Ii
dist-&e. By "
I Athwart the skies of amber threw, have been permanently cured. I shall beglad i Schedules in effect MAY 12, 1SS9. Having Purchased the Fro t Lia ,wand

i l When down among the woodland ways I to tend two bottles of my remedy IEEE to any i feeling the necessity of kecpisj
My bright haired Daisy came in view of your readers who Lave consumption if they willst ST. LUCIE n?
(Soft dinttn of a dainty shoe I d me tneir express: and pot office address. STEAMER her past Good Reputation a* Swift bl
to Be En Route to the United Had pointed me the path: she chose.And i I Respectfully, Leaves TITUSVILLE.. Gam Courier I ask of the I I
New York. Great people
,
', why I followed up the clewI I j T. A. SLOCUM. M. C., bl, Fearl St. 12 a C 6N-
A States at Present. I know-and Sweetheart Daisy knows : 3. Arrives at Melbourne.. noon tinuance of their Good Favor.
I !
II I We met-she turceJ an abvnt gaze Advice to Mother Returning: Will Make Contract--* fur

x He'll Not Tarry Long, but I To where far oft a heron flew: !Irs.W >SLow's&JoTm G TBtpshoulJ&1-.nrl I Leaves Melbourne....................12 noon I
# TT For spoke she till. with trembling phrase. be used when children are cutting tetth. It re- I
T ;l Hasten to France. Her hand into my own 1 drew lievcsthelittleslrereratonce; it prodncesmtural: Arrives Titusville................. G p m Delivery of Lumber and Large
Then. Sweetheart Daisy rosier grew quiet sleepandtbelittIecherubawakes8.'i"bright
,f b Than her small namesakesvLen then rios: a 1 B3 a button." it is very pleasant to taste. It I Above daily except Sunday.STEAMER .
soothes the child,softens the gum=,allays all pain,
A Number of the Followers of the Unsucce And why she Bushed so fair hueI Cargoes
regulates the bowels,and is the best known remedy GEORGIAXA, .
: ,..ful < "'.t-tant for HajtiS 1'resi- know-and Sweetheart Daisy knows. for diarrhoea, whether arising from teethio 5 or ,
other causes. Twenty-five cuss a bottte. Leaves Melbourne..................... 5 a m
dency Reported to Ke with' Him-Haytli What time the trailn garden: sprays: Anywhere or down Indian Iliver.

': MinMer! Preston Interviewed-Letter Were heavy with the saline dew: i Arrives at Jupiter...................... S p ra up
.' a When quenched w- the cpnruurn: t!az2. and Fridays. Be sure you .-('.... me before ckvjios eoe-
r ort-au-.Prlnce.XE :, Mondays, Wednesdays
From And dimmed the Kay beita; luc-

\ Yom Sept. 7.-The steamer Daisy and I ca-no (tlili::,: tJinriz.s! Dgl Returning : tracts ewhere.
The long loo-e: htdz'.f bar nind nft
which is expected JD allay 'l Respectfully.
l'I Manhattan, \ why we were so jrloJ.: ve two. Leaves Jupiter........................... 5 a m

or two from Santiago I know-and S.vtvrart: Iteny kuows tlB !1i1 r fjfj Arrives at Melbourne................. S P m S. H. RAY

De Cuba, ire\,,. l.'al. '4.L Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturday. ,

I 1 will probably Prince Love vii 1 pete: sever>i?:3:: who FOR TOSPSD LIVER.: Titu ville 4 Owner.
ffiJ"" Connection i is made at -
'
bring as passengers The fate of lovers dcxt di Gen. Legi- :. Why this old! worl for tae i.> n'* A tori>i
f;, tim, the un iccessful I know;nl S.verther.rt Diisy kn-j-a.* tem, and produce*'* to and from all points North, and at,

ti l contestant- rracci? Wrnn in !1..n::;::!1tf s DlaazinPRailroatL Sick. : SZeadaclie? ;: Jupiter with daily stage for Juno with(, A. M. Hamilton & Co.,
i-i made
connection ,
:
where
for the presidency iiNearly lJdi.._ Costiveness I Rheu- mile) .
By&ficjiSia J the ".L:1kcr nh" for all landings -
,
steamer
t ( of Hayti add a ,. a TTTUSVILLE FLORIDA
f all the t rail run da in lnua are Worth. ,
Lake!
Skin and Piles. : on
Sallow
matisra
dozen or more of --
under tip! governim-nt and many of the : .,
j his followers whol roads; ogre built!! l bthp g CJ\'ernw>rtoruaranh't.jng : There II'KO lcUcrcmctly for t cs crotnrncii I W. I;. WATSOX Sui-erintenUent. 1Vllolt-tlc Ihult : :::1Indian
discuses than Tulfs 5iverPiiL
1 tied with him
:* per cc-nt. to the :-look- ,' trial trill prcvc.'rie37c. Gen. Pa.- .
'
as a (,. ACKERLY, ; Agent.
when Gen. Hip- D. L><(,Iac.
that tinrolits: :
condition
holders the
on
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River
r hcr
Sold Every ee !
r polyte caie knocking at the gates of above :; }vr cent. shall! ik>c<]ualiv divided I). F. JACK, General Manager. Oysters
t l'ort-aa-Priuce with 12 + northern -- ,
,
i troop Over others of the roads the HINDERCORNS. !I -Way 5>own t'poii the 4u't,-an-
It is jut: about a year ago that Gen- his a sort of a control and} The ony sire Cure for Corns. Stops all pain. Ensureseoaifort *" )::1IS I-I
government Hiscos fcCo..>.Y. .
: 7 to the feet.I5c.at Dnigpu-ts. nee .leer.
excursion
isalcuiou arrived here
f 1 on an: the result is that the tenure* of place cu ,
that was stalled in much the same; way. of ..A.REXGV CONSUMPTIVE"ish. I In:1' From Uranfonl; Fla., situated ujinn the
the railroad is much the same ::s that Green Turtle and Game
The difference is that all of Hayti was : \-" -.t1Il .):ItronoJ'iti. .A;thma. Indipestion! use I romantic Suwannee River, :\Ic.'ro.Io11-c: : :

I unanimous in wishing to see the last of the civil service of EnhmelIell; : expect ,tY.'ZR'S\-*-!'/' tits, aii-1 CINCER J>t ie tf: "rtml"ll TONIC.l> fur all It li.s has anMn cured? I It.1" & Thomas write, under date of August: ll',
1 doubt that to i-tay a lifetime when they enter uitio Take in time.PARKER'S. f'.c. and $LO).
Salomon, while there is no \.oM.tr.: c nl I 16 1)!) : ''1'lea-e: forward another tro-s of All order will receive prompt antention -' t'aura: a

1 i ( Jen. Lcgitinie leaves behind him many tho railroad service and there is no dan- ---- -- -- -- -- -- i JfiluiMin Chill and Fever Tonic. Have whether by telegraph.
I .3 fricrrh: who believe that he was the ger of their discharge during good l behavior. iI I sold out every bottle of lat: gro<- upon letter or i> r?OD. i:
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legitimate president of the Black Republic. There are no strikes in India, trict guarantee, and not one }bottle
Like Salomon, it is said, Gen. your rui: S.t EJ:
and a position on the railroad is considered -ter HAIR BALSAM returned."
; Legitimc will not tarry long with us. Cleanses and beautifies the hair.
.. about very desirable by the natives -'a Promotes luxuriant growth. -- A tract of land on Indian River intW
I hue not heard a
: anything The laws are on the account of the ''. Never Fails to Restore Gray From a letter from Granitcville, S. C.. county of Brevard, consiStift_ of 8?
Sen. movements directly,
it-aid Minister Legitime's Stephen Preston Tuesday government owning; te!; roads,almost altogether t ; .[Prevents Hair to Pandrn3 its Youthful and hair Color.falling dated Aujrut: :!t>, 1SSD: acres; it being lot Xo. :>. and uuth kali

'but I expect that he will go from in favor of the road and our ( : i 6
liI'' here to France. A black man does not farmers would rise in i idicnitionatsome; active practice, 1 am a careful observerand and lot X o. .->, beinj: the southwc:?t quarter
rind himself in a comfortable place in of them If an American has a cow ---- -- --- -- caution*in endorsing proprietary medicine of the northwest quarter of Mctwo

this country, while in France there is killed on tho track of a road running CARDS.Grcr.fr.1 :*, but I can con-cienliously: endorse 30, both in township .II south. rapseoyeast. :
.
....
..... Chill and Fever Tonic as
t:i V color." --- -----------""'" --- Johnson's
no prejudice against a man's through his farm the railroad company your remedies for This is aery lIe-ir.lllc piece of
Mr. Preston will be on hand to re- well for it. In India the of : M. KOBU, \.ALTEn S. GI.VHASI, one of the bet combination hammock soil of rich quality. suitaWe
pays owner atty.. Ur\ ircl A b- Chill! and Fever I have ever Hen! used. It
cehehis late chief. "It will be my I're&drt.t! Kro\xnl
.4' fruit 1
t of all tropical
the raising $
for
found the railroad Co
cattle struct
trespassing on liver
duty and pleasure to receive him he Abstract Co. corrects the vitiated secretion of the ,
is liable to penalty of $:}.5O for ach ani- I I the aborbtion situated at the Xarrows. near Eno it-
a and -
co-tiveness
when relieves promotes
e Kitd. "just as I did Mr. Sal :uan j ORDIXi , he came although the latter was no mal. Any man who drives any animal R I .- and assimilation of food. thus fulfilling office. Will sell cheap fur cash. F.

more the president I presume Legi- across an Indian railway except at cer- I ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW I all the indications claimed for it = particulars address

ft t time will five in the Hotel Martin while tain appointed times and places i is liable I Your truly, E. M. LOW.Sept. .

ho is in this city, as that is a French to a fine of $17;, and any man who entersa T. O. Box J-i. TITU-VILLE, Bre\ardCo.of the. Florida Seventh T. P. EDWARDS. D. 3. Brockton. Mad=.
ouuties
in all the
I i Will practice
1i
hotel.. car reserved for females can be fined i Circmt and in the Supreme Court. Special facih1 I
I !:..;>$ that this is the last you will $. The man who tries to get on a train I 1 ties tor Exainiuinc anti Perfecting Laud Titles. The claim made for this medicine is a
.
;x r 1t(- t1' ::.).11 me from this part" of the Correspondence solicited from Claimants and Heirs mode one. "'e maintain that it is H OO II:
here after it U started will be fined $7, 12 r
\\011mtes an officer on the flagship : to Spanish Grants. Money to Loan. times better than Quine, and 100 years in t, etau'a
and one who to defraud the i I KNOWN 70 TO 6 E to If tut o
to officer at the nayard.. any attemps i
Kcaiaarge un advance of the proiWion in the treatment '
The letter came by the steaiu-r Ozama railway company in any manner is liableto : A. GIXGRAS, FAIL SUpERIOR H.G.C.
the malignant
1 L I of all fever: from m.o5t types ..
Tues Jay. The officer did not contem a fine of 1C.-Frank G. Carpenter t I I of Dillious Ilemorrhaffic fever to the >in- JREN KNG1R1AMY t11J'tCO.' .

plate suicide but he anticipate the arrival !i AT1Y-AT-LA: \ AND NOTARY PUBLIC.] :I pleat: form of "Chill and F \"l'r." TO EHEDY
of the Galena at Port-au-Prince Lord the German
Wor.eley on Army. I For ale by all Drut>. F Lt.
'
'.'4, when tho Kearsarge will probably come The German nation may be thankfulto :\ Rock Ledge, Florida. I A. B. GIKAIHKAV", >:ols Piop'r, [DAYS]

t .5 5 home. Tle letter was dated Aug. 23, the German army for other reasons 21 Savannah, tia.FREE' .
of L time Dixox & GRAY. Wholesale Agent;.
and noted the departure 3' ont i
than simply the defense of the father- ID. L. GAULDEN, -
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the French gunboat Kerguelen and the .
land Gen. Lord ,\ .
according to olscley.He
S into the citof the 89:1 XOTICK.
j entry president Hippolvte. The ofiiijer provisional wrote: writes: "I take the German army as ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, T_:t )seWln.U&ehlfteFRBH I

i .te advance the the highest existing type of the military To all ichotn these pT( 'lt.f Mall t"I.W.
'Hippol s city
; upon Titusville Florida. ad food when the people an gee
1' was proclaimed on the night of the 21st system and organization, which the them,wt will tend free to one Greeting Take notice:
in etch locIitj.tb:
!' by the heavy bombardment upon all of changes effected in armies by the French ; M. THRASHER, 'perton best HW lI'-m.chiD. nude very m That, whereas the Board of County

the forts to the east of Pon-au-Prince revolution have led up to: and much as A. i the We world will alto with tend all free the attacbm a complete t.. Commissioners of Urevard Tininty. KU-

until after midnight, when it was succeeded nine of oar eotiJy and valuable art of than one-fourth
I admire that army as a soldier 1 admireit I ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, ample. In return we uk that you on a petition more
by the rattle of the Gatlings and t show what we send to those who of the registered voters ot $aU
still citizen. Great it U
more as a as SANFORD FLA.
t i P. O. Box 20, ,
Tho may call at your beme.and after 3
of the
he broken tiring musketry. election
for war, it is infinitely greater as a national -; Will i.ractice in all the counties of the Seventh months all shall become your own county did order that an
+ tiring ceased on the following morning. I Circuit and Supreme Court. 3 operty. Tnia grand.machine u be held on the third Tuesday ot
I school for the moral mental and mlde after the patent,
and it then known that Gen. Mouplaisir
k was I : which hare ma out:before patenta October. 1SS9! the same being the 13tb
: ; had evacuated Lacoupe and been physical training of the people. Designed I ER, ,._._ > ran out it told. for and 893.BOW tell with theruehments for day of October. 1SS9. to decide whether

followed by the northern troop:: >. A' exclusively for war it has become "i0.Bnt.ltl'012reat.mOlt ue the sale of intoxicating liquor*. wines or

council of war was held and Legitimesent the most important of peace institutions.In I AAttorneyaHaw f_ machine. Xo capital in the required.world.! All Plain U, beer shall be prohibited in said county

a flag of trace by steam launch to it all Germans are trained to strength: I and Ccnyeyancer.c care brief inttroctiont free the bet pren.sewing Thoee-machine who write in to the nt world at once and can the... :, for the two years next ensuing after the
Uip olyte at St. hart gne.tline ofworksofhtrbartever shown together America.
s and taught the first principles of personal said election.
"To-day Gen. Hippolyte occupied the I Lake Worth Dade County, Florida. TJSUE fc CO.. Box 74O, Augusta Main
cleanliness and of health. There they Therefore. I. Alexander A. Mewart.

1.,, palace time here, and peace will if the remain for and a learn to ,be honest and manly and are Will furnish Abstracts of Title to Dade NOTICE. Clerk of said Board, do hereby :give; notice
-perhaps longer, arms
# i that'sucli election
I County lands. required law. ;
as by
taught the excellence of those ..irtucswhich ,
other munitions with which :
war every LAND OFFICE. GAINESVILLE. FLA, \ will be held at all the precincts in
I town is tilled, and which stand as a constant : serve to make men good subjectsand IJox ; & ATKINSON: July tithe 1SS9. / I said county on that day to-wit : the
menace to can be got rid of. law abiding citizens. It is the schoolof
peace the
I. Notice i is hereby given that the follow- third Tuesday in October next, for
I
I ,1 This is the height of the coffee season, the nation in which deep love of
I I ing-naraed settler has tiled notice of his purposes set forth.In .
r and this will everybody to return Attorneys-al-I
encourage fatherland i is fostered and cherished and ,
make dual hereuntoset
intention
i'' the and to proof supportof testimony whereof I have
to plantation stop fighting
y .a for a time. where all classes learn that there is honor Titusrille Florida. his claim. and that said proof will be my hand and official seal this 6th day

in obedience and nobilitv in self sacri- made before A. A. Stewart. Clerk Circuit of August, A. D. 1S '9.

tr AN UMPIRE MURDERED fice. T T. SANDERS, Court at Titusville. Fla..on August I [L. S.] A. STEWAKT..

e 30th. 1SS9. \"iz"illiam A. SluVppy, of CTk Board Count Commissioner
lly a Congrrftiman' Son for Making a
Jut Decision in a Ball GAUIP.CHARLOTTE Creditor-Here. I have found you at I ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Fort Pierce. Fla.. II. E. Xo. 10471. for 1C.AOTICE. .
the 11'. i of S. XV.1 I Sec. 10. 35. s. P..
and I want that little bill all Courts of the Seventh Judicial To.
N. C., Sept. 7. -A terrible ,,1lSt, of $50 I Will practice in the 40 E.
Circuit of Florida.
t tragedy was exacted on the base ball quickly. .
P. O. Box. 235. TITUSVILLE, FLA. He names! the following witnesses:: to
ground in the little town of Darlington, i. Debtor (ha.stily-Her your money. 11 prove his continuous residence upon and The County Judge and Sheriff Bre

i 8. C., just across the North Carolina Give a receipt in full, please. I' cultivation of said land viz : John Rich- yard County, Florida. will meet with the

d l 1 line. 'VilliamIarshall a clever young Creditor-There is but $25 her I DENTAL OFFICE OF ard. J. S. Ucll. H. F. Darling. James Clerk of thc Circuit Court at the Clerk

1'i man tho son of Capt Joseph T. Mar- ': Debtor Y cs. but you know he gives I I Olmstead. all of Fort Pierce Fla. olllce in the Court House in said Brevaru

4J thai, of Wadesboro, was killed his I twice who gives quickly.- bTHEHLDRYOFMA DR. L. T. DANIEL, Any person who desires to protest county on the 17th day of August. 1S-

bliyer being Leon Dargan, aged 17, the Globe. COCOA, FLORIDA against the allowance of such proof. or for the purpose of drawing the Grand!

t* sun of George W. Dar an, congressmanof --- I Will be at the Grand View Hotel. Titusville. on who knows of any substantial reason, and Petit Jury to serve at the fall term
the Sixth South Carolina district. I the First Monday in each Month, for one week or under the law and regulations of the Interior of the Circuit Court. You will take notice

The game was being played bv the Darlington J JI I more. Patronage solicited,and all work guaranteed Department. why such proof shall and be governed accordingly.;

t team against the Wadesboro i i to be satisfactory.) 11 not be allowed will be given an opportunity Witness inv hand and seal of Court

1' team and was umpired by MarshalL At at the above-mentioned time and this August: tithe 1SS9.L. .

Y the end of the eighth inning Wadesboro j a ; TWT. D. DODSOX, place to cross-examine the witnesses of [ S.] A. A. STEWAKT.

1 was in the lead bv a score of S to 4. 1 said claimant. and to oiler evidence in Clerk Circuit Court
One of the Darlington men in attempting How Lost How Regained, I 1 DENTIST, rebuttal of that submitted bv claimant. --

to steal third ba/j ran over 13. S. TUCKER., 'Register SOTICE.To .

S ;t; ,., and was clearly and fairly put out, and i H ENCEof !I TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. all whom it All persons
t it was so decided by the Wadesboro um I II Office, until further notice, at Indian IVOTICC. who have may concern.claim demand;

pire. There was a great hubbub allover l!ff River City Hotel. LAND OFFICE. GAINESVILLE. FLA. \ against the estate any of or Hars. de

'' the field, accompanied by threats of Quality of work unsurpassed. 8 July nth, 1SS9. / ceased. late Waveland August,Dade county,

fi t. l \oiolc ce. A dispute followed and during vI Notice i is hereL'en that the following- Florida are hereby requested to presentthe

f the excitement young Dargan.Darliugton's named settler has tiled notice of his intention same without authenticated -
delay duly
short stop rushed up with I KNOWTHYSELE J.F. LE'rIS. to make final proof in support of his within the time allowed by law.
p a heavy bat in his liand and with a claim and that said will
be
proof made before to the Hon. and for
in
t I mighty blow on the side of the head THE SCIENCE OF LIFEA Civil County Judge
felled Umpire Marshall to the ground. Scientific and Medical Treatise Engineer 1 aul Surveyor, A. A. Stewart, Clerk Circuit Court, at Dade county, :Fla. ; or 'Fliomas J. Pc

Pistols knives and bats drawn. 1 on the Errors of YoathPrema Decline,Nemraa Titusville, Fla., on August 24th, 1SS9, viz : Steuben, Esq., Fort Pierce. }'la.; or to
Young, Marshall lay senseless were theground and Physical Debility, Impurities of the Blood. Titus*'ille. Fin. Minor S. Jone, of Titusville Fla., II. E. the undersigned, else the same will te

with blood } on Xo. 9151 for the lots 2, 3 and 4 of X. E. J barred. I
reeloozing from I EXHAUSTEDYrnitlTYResulting and \. E. 4 of S. E. 4 of Sec. 33
his mouth nose and ears. Only by I R. B. BURCHFIELD, Tp. 34, S. IIEINIICIIIIAll. F
R. 40 E.
Administrator of the of the late
greatest exertion was a bloody riot prevented. I estate
'F, Marshall was carried home and I COUNTY SURVEYOR. lie names the following witnesses to I August liar /

c"ennttentiol given to him. but he I prove his continuous residence upon and Waveland. Dado Co., Fla..

flied: Dargan has been arrested. from Folly, Vice,Ignorance,Excesses or Orders by mail will receive as prompt cultivation of said land, viz : J. Q. Hug- July 2i, 1SS9. St-15 p

k : OTertax&tion, Eneirating and unfitting the victim attention as calls in gins, Titusville, Fla.; D. W. 1IaUeorgl
i for Work, Business, the Married or Social Relation. i i person. ana, Fla.; A. A. Hendrv, St. Lucie, Fla.; .. NOTICE.All r
The Fire Record. I Aroid unskillful pretenders. Possess this greatS Address: Georgiana, Fla. T. L. Paine St. Lucie '
work. It contains 300 Beautiful Fla. i ,
,royal STO. take
t pages persons concerned will now
The business of Darrsville
Mich.
I portion binding,embossed,full cut. Price only $1.00 by Any person who desires to protest againstthe notice will
that
I ;
six
was destroyed by fire. Loss $50,000.) I mAIl,postpaid,concealed in plain wrapper. das- RUE P. ELY, allowance of such proof or who knowsof months after date, .
Fire destroyed the Catholic cathedral at : tratiTe Prospectus Free,if you apply cow. The 'LA present to lIon. Minor 55. Jones, CountyJudge
substantial
I distinguished anthor,Wm. IL Parker, M. D., re- I any reason, under the law' of Brevanl Florida. my
>. F. Loss county,
Harbor Grace.
150,000.
I ceiTedthe GOLD AND JF.\vrirEn MEDAL and the regulations of the Interior
fins which have i: Notary Public for the Slate at Large. Depart- final vouchers as administrator, with the
The forest beeoragingin from the National Medical Association for I ment, why such proof should not be allowed will of
the Montana mountains for the last six this POIZE ESSAY on NERVOUS and Justice of will annexed, of Thomas New, late
PHYSICAL DEBILITYJ>r.Parkerand corps the Peace, 17th Dist. be given an opportunity at the : said Brevard deceased and that
weeks are now" supposed to have been extinguished I of Assistant. Physicians may be consulted, confidentially +I i CONTRACTOR & BUILDER above-mentioned timt and place to cross- at the same time county lettersuismissory
by me heavy: rain and snow by mail or in person, at the office of i examine witnesses of said claimant I I I will apply 1 for
which! fell Monday nijjh: la the vicinity of I THE PEABODY MEDICAL INSTITUTE, I of over 30 years' experience. Xatural and .. from such administration.
offer
No. 4 Bnlflnch St.,Boston,Mass.,to whom all to evidence in rebuttal of that submitted This March
15 1SS9
I : finish i ,
Ell t.n and Ten Mile, snow t> the depth of a specialty. bv
orders for books or letters for advice should te claimant.

four to six: inches_rovers the ground. directed aa above.t i I| Melbourne, Florida. 6 13. S. C. TUCKER, Kegkter. I II I I I WM.Administrator MCCUACKEX.SCrao. ctc.f .






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ere will li :ts 1UII'o. "' t Clothing .aid after Ton bue kn t
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: Physicians to be the Finest and Best preparation Ofltregardlesa.4t oo "tr "*.I'r..
.
9CLOTHING in the world for the relief and cure of Stock too larr. ?!v v'.n. .. rj
BILL-HEADS, intocashorinstcllozeatasitts. I
CONSUMPTION, SCROFULA, f
GENERAL DEBILITY, WASTI! a Some entirely :N"i\v ..-t-: t'
DISEASES EMACIATION JJLENTS not u-'f.' 1n.y.. :
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LADIES' HATS COLDS and CHROKIC COUGHS. Some,Nearly c'.t: l:. : n.
i STATEMENTS, The great remedy for Consumptian, and month ciil* t
.I.. wasting in Children. Sold by all Druggists.If Some.n-.rd n year''one.. !
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used two to thr-r v': -

' Lathes'Prints Underwear SomeBneSecnrd'1'. .,.."",
:
, CIRCULARS, any dealer says he has the W.L.Don la. In exclmiipe, and 11.' ',t .'t'f
Shoe without name and price stamped o: .
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, Gent's Furnishing Goods the bottom, put him down aa A fraud.DOUCLAS. our repair Itactnr, 1: -'.n., ::f"-
Ite-strung. llestorist Tare
5cts., FOLDERS, and Action, Rod maae gs>ud loi I
yearn of service. ,
Lawns. lets., ALSOCROCKERY BARGAINS. ETaltY OMtJ.: I

Ginghams, 7cts., I I .

,., Standard Cotton Checks, 7cts. INVITATIONS, [GLASSWARE EASY TERMS I
Your OWN T*"Ii'fnlrnrvt.. '
Pins, 5ct ., Very light 31ontil Pctymrtte. t
or Small Caah Payment act tnJ
Needles, Sets., PROGRAMMES, anco when you s! '*r -;:r tt!. ,
IJ! Jeans, 20cts., HARDWAREAND a I

IJ Spool Cotton, 2cts., STREAMERS, I CASH BUYS {;H F t !

1 Brown Cottons,Gets., Give you all the .it- ",r- fee.
f but SPOT CASH Wi' ..n-r 3"u ;
I Ladies' Lace Mitts, 15cts. and 20cts DODGERS money. TRY > O.>. \Ve till
meet you every *ImPIANOS1
r Ladies' Kid Gloves 75cts. to $1.00; reduced i

r from $1.00 and $1.25. Ladies' Ship Chandlery Goods.These '

. Spring and Summer Hats Very Low to I

CW Out. BUSINESS CARDS, .' L.tlW. t-..". $50, $75, $J OD, $ 50. I


WEDDING CARDS, L. ORGANS; .


I 1 am prepared with several Carloads ofFERTILIZERS VISITING CARDS will be the main features of my $3 S HOE CEN FOR M N. $24, $35 l .rarJlJl fir S i5. ,

business, but orders !sent; me for anything Best in the world. Examine his
: kept in store in Titus- 85.00 GENUINE HAND-SKWKD SIIOE. _
, any 84.00 IIAND-SEWKL WELT S11OK.S3J50 WRITE FOR EflRGi r. tHItiCLEARANCE :
vine will be promptly filled. POLICE AND FAKMKKV: SHOE.
82.50 EXTRA VALUE CALF SHOE. SALE
82.25 AVORKIN OMAN'S SHOE. ;
S2.0O and 81.75 IJOYS SCHOOL SHOES I
All made la Congress, Button and Lace. ;
To supply the wants in this line. SEND YOUR ORDERSTO SUFFER tSSS. i
Will buy Fruits Eggs Chickens W. L. DOUGLAS
Kainit, FOR
UDBEH& BATES S.B.H.I
S3 SHOE LADIES. ,

Potash, THE- Or any Country Produce my customers Best Material. Best Style. Best Fitting.: LSLVAHUAH, a. '
Ground Bone, friends U cot sold by your dealer, write I
or may brirg W. L. DOUGLAS. BKOCKTON. MASS

Ash Element, to market. Examine. L. Douglas' $2 Shoes for

Acid Phosphates, FLORIDAJOB STAR Gentlemen.

Cotton Seed Meal, FOR SALE BY I'

Cotton Seed Hill Ashes, -I ask- for- a share of the public patron-
C. J. HECTOR
Fish and Potash, PRINTING OFFICE, age, and come as a supplicant, not a .

die tator, asking for favors.If ........
Bradley's Orange Tree your Methoui': ('. Fin. L--- .II"-!" ""iTMgA
courteous treatment,good
. And Vegetable Fertilizers. goods and low figures is -: :-

Will meet Jacksonville quotations with the public candidate favor for, For Sale by I CURE 1

freight added, in same quantity lots. then I'm U. D. HF.N DPICKSON,
.lt
elected.Agent Lake Worth, Fla.


Prices Reduced on nearly all for Chattanooga Plow Co.} FITS 1

Lines in Stock. Chilled Plows Mills.and SugarCane Pianos & Organs

When I py CURE I do rIot Tnea inertly t...
stop them fir a time,and then hive :htrn re-
J turn again: I MEAN A KADlcAi, CL'IU-
I have zizle the disease cf
.- If you want to purchase a

1 have too many Goods to enumerate Piano or Organ, write to the un- FITS, EPILEPSY or

prices all that reduced. FALLING SICKNESS
on are ,
him call.
dersigned or give a
A life-long Btcdy. I WAnaAST my remedy to m
COME AND SEE.I i iwo Can sell you any of the instruments CURB the worst cases. Because others have
failed is no reason for not now receiving a cure.
I of the best and leading Send at once for a treatise and a FREE KOTTLC
I will not be undersold. I I of my INFALLIBLE KEMEDT Give Express
. : makers at prices that defy and l.otlt Office. It costs you nothing for a I
-" trial, and it will cure you. AddressH.G.ROOTM.C.l83PEAaiST..K j,

1t: I am Prepared with CHEAP competition. vYstxXotice.
r.y+'t J

i GOODS Supply, and You.with Better Goodsto r m .MM T % ... Pianos and Organs sold on tie Installment .


S plan when teirei Discount All concerned will take notice th..tix:
i months after date I will j retnt my final
account to Honorable Minor .Jtne.Coutt-
to Ctete
011 Organs
ty Judge of Brevard county, Florida and
ir I ,
i > r for an order dij mi-inc ne from the
: pray
Very Respectfully, will receive -
All
correspondence prompt execution of the last will and tau.ent of

.... attention.E. Phineas I>. Weston, late oftitl county
GKEO. B. BUMPH deceased.
B. WAGER,
AGNES M. WESSON

TITUSYILLE, FLA. s. R.C V. Tltusville, Florida. 50-6rao. Administratrix.O t .

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THE FLORIDA STAR, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 11, 1859.r .
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1 LOCALLACOXICS.. I -J. S. Watson & Co.: : will soon have : Melbourne's z prominent merchant, I!

for fall planting. J Mr. C. J. Hector, returned home to-day. j !
strawberry plant !
0 Straw hats tour own price to I Clothing Clothing Clothing !
dose out Geo. B. Rumph. -The STAR returns thanks to the lady -J. S. Watson & Co. will have a full

( who sent the beautiful bouquet of roses { line of garden seeds Sept. 10th.
and sell
-J. i:. Watsbn & Co. buy anything -
in the produce line. Saturday afternoon last. ]:' -J fJ1Z"j Money Jlonry .' to 1 1r

-Mr. Frank Forsier of Orchid, who to loan on real -tate. Apply to Robbins :Bazar."
of Philadelphia .Athe
Tennaut.
S.
Mr. amuel
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was at the Grand View Friday. has been up here on the grand jury, re- ;; & Graham. Titusville, Fla. I f(
,
turned home Thursday evening. j I 'Copies of the STAR may be obtained
.
has fenced in the
Wilbur
Mr.
-Rev. )1tock of shoes is entirely too ;, either at this office or at Dixon & Gray'sdrug r
whole of his lot on the river bank. r MORE CLOTHING CHEAPER CLOTHING
Y large. I will sell bargains to reduce the: store at x. per copy. ,
Mr*. \\-. Wil-oa: of Courtney, madea '
*
r stock. Call and see. Geo. B. Rumph. -M. 15. Bunaell. brick layer and -f.t

short visit to town this week. She returned -! Don't fail to write or see J. S.Wat-_ pia-lerer, i prepared to take contracts f: AND BETTER CLOTHINGThan _1fftrt t:
-.U > yesterday.
son & Co. when you need lime or : anywhere on Indian River. Address 11 SItS
r -I am orfering bargain- men's rants II cement. i i{ :communication* to Titusviile: Flori I -&i1

louit. and gents.' underwear. Geo. da. T other house on Indian River jut received: at the lou:1r:
-Mr. S. F. Gray, ever ready to oL1ig'ebis ( any : f JJ.'f
t Ramph. t his -Mr. ChnrleHoward, our assistant STOCK OF DRY
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many patrons, removes new-paper in addition to our already extensive GOODS,
i,
# -Dr. Dudson: ha* jut i-ued: "a very Few I stand to Brady; store every evening p-ttna-ter. rag worn in before Judge i'I _11cl -

neat little pamphlet" entitled S during the ,lh"enof. the mail at the Broome. ln-t Thursday as an American I f -''NOTIONS.4o"C., Etc. 'r

J Dental Axiom I Ilr. iWe i 1 I IpoHoffice. citizen, he :-c:1Jn11; allegiance! to the i fd:

i -) Ellis B. Wager antes us to the Briti-h :.:.J C::;aJian gj\ernniciit-. CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFORE. 1
understand the Bishop of Florida { : .ss: t
from ,
effect that he will probably return -TheHall. l l."nte1'L ittaent ien at \"\
will, this winter. appoint clergyman! to ; <" ; agersntsdcy \
y' North Carolina the 23rd: of this month. officiate! at Titusvil'e and Cocoa. If he :;. W.:\.' cvcalI.) I.-:, for thebnetit I Turzzr: cfc Gardenr. -

:,f p -Capi. Lee. who ha- been in charge ofthe i is a gentleman after the stamp of the ,: ni th>> :,ieih..4i-! : ('hun.h."a- 1 Kea 1

Georgiana daring: tbe ?.b-oace of } Rev. :\Huntington, of Hartford Ct.. !! very df ablr and tie i ii ou>3 W: fairly : G D)!:(.E ;I. 31'BBINS, WALTERAlts'L.x: -- l.R,\HAM, rst4tIl

Csp twin Mercier, returned town Sat i iaroay. :"\\lio dido much fur the Episcopal ;; crowded. Ilic tallies: us :-...J t.htrar:.. ; .\tt"-.-:a.Ltw. .

'i iIr. Church and choir In-i winter-we should : cheered! thtNear'- the s'ldi! n1: :o : CMOIOXaNrS: : cfc? C3-3E. L3FT: A 3VE,

j. L -) CharleCan;.'!*!:, who came i imagine: the Episcopalians will gladly_ 'j -act! :i: (:X i-.i.. .slat: ttie .:i j\!'iilii,C aagave itiattsthe

week returned '! uti Jte1J 'nuiIl LAW LOANS AND REAL ESTATE
up to town Monday t ""eleamehim.., ;; v-- u: dZ..a ly ;(
other >ort. Each of the well! ,
J Il home Friday, to attend t- imj participant-s were suefa
j -Mr. D. 1... Gauluen! his bought tile'latelyvacated Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Co..
am duties on hi- land a: Melbourne and versed in the -everai parts allotted! them. !
jf j
poto3ice from Dr J. )1.1
d St. clat tian. I i; and! they deserved the applause accorded i I-. O. Box 25O, r-s
Dixon.
He ha*made some improvementsand
I.e -Tbe steamer White, after uadergo- opened it as a law office. It i is in a |!! by the audieace The programme i( TITUS\ILLE, BREVARD CO., FLORIDA. -0

--p Y ins a thorough overhaul: on the wars of good position ; and a* Mr. Gaulden is a l; which wa., more le-*., interesting through-j' .. We.th

CaT"rt- McFadtlea, at Lan Gallic returned I lawyer of old standing in our town. we j! out the \' ::-commenced a: S:?() wilt Buv ami Sell all kind of Heal r-tate and are sole Agents fr a larre- list oicarefully
with and concluded} with : elected Prcpertie- all of Lrevard County.
afternoon in command oft an: overture a i parts Ie
here Saturday I have no doubt he will now have a larger'share ;: 1 RELIABLE Information furnished as to character, location and value oi anT. Pro- Red
in which the character
quartette, a
t i Oapi. Buie. i of the law bu-inc-s of our town and I erty on Indian River.
{ Messrs. Oliver and Budge; have fix. j river than heretofore. I| cat. hen, dog and hog. with a monkey Our facilities for the transaction of a general Real Estate business are unequalled, Lisa 0I.2
ed new shelves in their wel1.=tucked I (who had -uch a !oag and lively: tail; f(Jr'' and every effort will T;e made to give perfect satisfaction to intending Purchasers she
-The occultation of the planet.: Jupiter I a conductor which rained a deal of ir.errinu'iit. j &1:1in."r Us with their patronage. :
".: store, and its neat and clean :appearanceis S,) I'P.pertieslkud unless the Title is Perfect.Iecial tclbve
was closely 1 watched by a number of i Tke\ were introdued to thee ,j
large bodies i of knr-
and
f4 credit to the proprietoraad aa or- => f-tumion given_ tl CoK ne- Syndicate desiring
- nameat to our towu. our townspeople, and many remarks ra::- :; audience by their; keeper. Captain 1. P. j t i priced landWrite fur Inscriptive Pamphlet.. I"
ed as to which track it t!x,k. some averring Turner, who made a neat little speech I late
'
-J. A. Durst::! of Crescent City, the that Jupiter paed behind the |' while bringing them furw nrl. The quar GEORGE M. ROBBINS, Preident.YLTEI: S. GRAHAM. Secretary. .-{
the of FlorIda
tate I
I pioneer well-siaker ot moon while others a-serted that it was : "Comehere the Lilies Bloom
; i-nowoPeratingat L:1keorth, Fla._ R tette. ,\ j' : oTT-strca. Abstract of Title Co., trial!
f s ridiculous touplpose such a thing, and was well rendered and de-crvedly mcored.The .
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1889.
D.
A.
communications be ad- .I Incorporated
all
where may
if such had been the case the planet ...2b.eaux0 CroNo Crown' iJiI'!
f dre--ed and information received. t j i CAPITAL' STOCK $:;.ooo ; Fl.LL'ID ; \O\-AS ENABLE.
could have
not been en..c Lave no j and "Blue Beard s \Vivehad a very i i
Char.. Abstracts follows S3.1K for Owning Number and i.'<. f.--r each ad- 1100
-The STAR is Sl.ou! per annum, or Hershel other astronomical r as :
i nor any : effect but of the win evokedsome
: one
I pro-j pretty i\ met :
i d.IitK-nal Tran-fer. For continuing an Attract the charges are the S3111t.Tiz., $348)
i x. for six month pnU' in adrarre.'s fes-or in this office to decide the problem I; }laughter when she tried to hide her j jsmiliag for the first additional and oOc. for each succeeding transfer. SLR :
Please examine the name-aad-address for our readers. and to today we are
up ; countenance from the audience j Taxes Paid for Xon-Resldcnt tan
hi flip pastel on the front page of thispaper in our labatory closely watching the
( occultation the It generally
by raising covering. was iCf" Fr a Small Fee we will relieve non-resident land owners of the worry and JdcFs
andre when your subscription of one star only, which is conceded by those present that Mr. Chas. 11 annoyance incident to the Payment of Taxes and Insure them against l lubr. Tax

1 spired. The date will inform you. known as THE FLORIDA STAR.Thursday Rhodes and Mi s Lena Gardner in their Sale. t 12
J f'i r need fir-t-cla- -hrubbery I Box 23O, Titusville, Fla. alai
-If you or night was the occasion of little variety entertainment, 'took the i+t

;t trots of any kind call on or address: P. another small but pleasant meeting of I cake" of the evening, and were loudly I caGt nsc

-IA Turner, Titusville Flurida agent fur the disciples of Terpschicore at the Indian applauded for their efforts.: Although I I MALABAR CIGAR FACTORY.II. c. J". IBCZ3OTOHHardware: -, r.

the old reliable Bidwel!** Orlando Xur- River Hotel the dining room having j we did not -ee Miss i L. in possession of C. Starck Proprietor. -.!.
v eerie,. All trees warranted true to I that much-looked-after adjunct to our and
lent Mr. and Mrs. F.
I being kindly by i Manufacturer of fine Havana and Domestic bh&
+ name. ackett to those who felt inclined B'I' supper table. we noticed she was presented Ci ar.. Trade supplied: with fine tie

. c t -I am still in tbe ring, and in a position I II "trip the light fantastic," which they with a bouquet of beautiful rosea. hand made good?. Orders promptly filled.

to serve my friends and the general did unilll o'clock. There were about Little Miss Lillie Turner gave a recitation :Factory at Malabar. Fla. 2SNEWSPAPER General Produce :lnud

't public to their best interest-this time thirty present. As is usual at these with so much expression and charm-

{ e; through the large mercantile house of social dance some of the ladies were ing naivete that she was loudly) et Irn red. III 1 ..t\.L_ I.-\.X S MERCHANT.' other

r iltil Geo. B. Rumph. Titu
.J :glad: to have you call on me, or send me and it was some little time before they little incidents we noticed during the I Melbourne Florida lay

your orders. Yours r.r.xiouto plea, entered into the dance with that amount evening, but time and space precludesour I THE PIOXEEI* AGE\CY.
say
J. E Gruber of spirit or zeal which should; be inculcated entering into fuller details of this '! For terms and sample copies address HAVING BOUGHT THE INDIAN tad

-Mr. Scrimgeour has been improvingthe into it on such an occasion.V'e hope entertainment, which was both financially -
I
appearance of the ro-toEce by add- they will do better next time. j jIr5. and otherwise, a success. After J CHAS.H.NAUMAX, RIVER BAKERY CitE ad

icg a veranda on the north and eastside paying all expenses there remained the Titusville P. O., Brevard county, Fla. i i Keep on Hand Everv Dav
s. k kJ ) Valentine Mrs. Meisoner the I ; u
8') that all those doing busine nice little sum of $43.33 for the Methodist iFRESH
_ Miser May Helen and Edith Valentine I i; BREAD CAKES PIES boy
there will be well protected from both i Church. We presume the next eater SCHER j ,
and Master Fred Valentine of Tillman A. ,
# sun and rain, in the event of their being tainment will be for the benefit of the TTf.*. A.L Qi 1
left here yesterday St. Paul. Minn., Titusville, Florida, muc'del
r a tie rush inside the roomy office. There Epbcopall"hurch. a- they have not had
_ is plenty! room for all now, both inside i where they will remain for one or two irears. I one for sonic time Keep full.supply of metallic and wooden Bottlers of Sodawater Ginger
,
v. Mi s May Valentine will
and out. stay For continuation of I.onlgee first XlJ!.
x at with friends the Muses Coffins Cases and Caskets.
over Chicago
( -A gentlemen from down river called Ale and other Drinks.ALL bnad
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Lydia and Lottie Harland, of whom
1 the other day and said he wanted to tell we For Sale Funerals attended if de ired.U order -
R i us something very important. We told have a pleasant recollection during t : promptly executed, and at rel- na- ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT and

a1 him to be as explicit a* possible as we entine their residence and family in Mellourne.have the best Mrs. Yal-I''I Six of the Best Business Site I ble rates. Embalming done. ATTENTION. b1l2pi tot

+I t, had bu-iuess to attend to. He then said i
of the residents on Indian River S. A. BELCHER & COMPANY,
i tb:1t.if we ever saw a rattlesnake on our I pleasant. and safe journey and an early Lots in Titusville, I What Village Wants a Store 1A ?
way to the Indian River Hotel to grasp I PROPRIETORS,
return. One of staff in Each 30ft. on Washington Avenue and I
our was
I companywith IU"
it firmly around the neck and it could
TITUSVILLE FLA.
the above ladies Monday night,and luOft. on Hutchiasoa's: avenue. Man, with experience, will start I ilei
7 not hurt us. We thanked him, and :tate inducements.P. I a l:
one.
thought that keeping about a mile ahead they appeared very much pleased at the THERE ARE THREE CORNER LOTS tad

#i t oi the rattler! would be a better scheme courteous manner in which they had M., Matanzas. Fla.

still. been treated by Superintendent Watson, Apply t., ROBDINS & GRAHAM. Titus l tmo. INDIAN RIVER HOTEL Oar
Capt. Bravo and also )lr-: Simon on.
Considerable has been said upon our rule ; orDAVID I
A. L. Hatch & Son
: streets during the past few weeks in regard who presented them with some beautiful S. HUTCHIX-ON, Trenton. Sew tufi

rI: t p, i 9 x to Dr. Wilson in connection with bouquets of flowers.On Jersey. 20-omo I! :DEALERS INI i Titusville Fla. Tt

the Mayor office. Many of his warmest Sunday morning Mr. Geo. Pad- -

a; friends have earnestly advised him not dison wordainNl deacon and the fol. 1 I!I i it DRY GOODS NOTIONS etc
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; to accept the nomination and have given lowing were admitted to the Presbyterian OY4i Etitht

it oa: as coming from the Doctor Mra- Church : Pierre Titus, H. T. Nor- 1 !! Hardware, Crockery Saddlery, OPEN ALL THE YEAR ROUND. :

self that he had positively declined ; I wood, Mrs. E. H. Titus, Miss Jeanette I I Stationery, Family Medicines lot

_ while others, who are just as strong D. Paddison, Miss Annie E. !):1ddi:50n.In : I t", 'Hr : Garden Seeds, -:0- ofit ?

,t' friend?, have on the other hand, asserted the evening the Rev. John Foy called ROYAL, t OMLeut Ac 4 I I CHOICE GROCERIES ;

that be had not declined, and would, the above member*, as well as Mrs. F. S. I ;; I Capacity, 200 Guests.F. tat t

probably, accept. Knowing that the Gray, to the front seat, and delivered to I' Hay, Cora, Mapes Fertilizers.

: f majority of our people would prefer Dr. I I them a very touching and eloquent address I CITY POI.VT. FLORIDA. :;

? r Wilson in preference to any other candidate I exhorting them, now they were 3ta B. 8.4 CIi"ETT, ,t

that might be put forward, wet members of the church to act throughout I

: ought an interview and expression from the remainder of their lives in a r*. J. Fl'.ITCII.IRD,1'resi4ent. Proprietor.This t'iI

k him, which was given in these words : **I I ligious and Christian spirit, and to follow- I,, \\. )I. EttOWNCashier. Newly-Built House. just recently tItz

t think that if the best citizens and business I in the footsteps of their beloved Savior.Miss 4 i. Opened, is noread\" to receive the patronage :
i men of the town meet in convention Florence Norwood and H. Teague 4i 4t i i INDIAN RIVER BANK. of all those traveling to and from .
I It
t., :( and call upon any man to accept office, I Norwood were also baptized Sunday t AKIN0I Indian is delightfully River.It located within about it.i
t-, he hal no right to and it vould be hi Tlhls\-llle Florida. i l'
( recur evening. At the conclusion of the service 1(1() feet of the river, and always receives 1

1.t duty to (iccfpi. This is the proper sentiment. I| they received the hearty congratulationsjof :t I I I A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRAN full benefit of the cool Atlantic Ocean
No good citizen has a right to their numerous friends. There was ,I breezes. Ot
t SACTED.
hirk the burden of official if ;i i The Patronage of the People of lDericer
; duty the ; a large congregation present, and we A
Exchange bought and soM. Special and is specially) solicited.
i ( voice of the people is unanimous in expressing '| were glad to note that Mr. Foy gave POWDERAbsolutely prompt attention given to colle Lions. Loans

i their confidence in his pre-emin- :j those irregular attendants, who failed to negotiated Banks Corporations on first and mortgage Individuals.for Savings Inter. TABLE SERVED WITH ALL THEMARSET

cot fitness for any office We must havea t. be present under the plea that they had Pure.j est Advances allowed made on time upon deposits.available collateral. AFFORDS. .,'t!

convention, after giving ample noticeof a head-ache, or it wa too warm or too Approved business paperjdiscoonted. Swimming Pool and Bath-rooms sap .

4 time and place for holding the same, i wet, some very goal advice, concluding 1 1I I,j'I t This ietX powder and Df'Tl'r wLC'le,1lOmenf-trS.nries. A CUTe MOT economical of purity.r I Drafts Business on all done parts at of Jacksonville Europe. rates. plied with Salt and Sulphur Artesian ;tI
t and Wilson than the ordinary kinds end I Every favor,consistent with sound Water connected with the House free wall
we are confident Dr. will that no matter how the reent1eman cannot be sold incompeunna
I ... I i banking, cheerfully extended.CORRESPONDENTS .
I wit i th> lUaltitnd. of low te t ,hortI..e guests.
t submit to the wish of the people if expressed suffered he was always expected to be in i I ht, ilara nr vhwpfcat powder*. Sold !. Royal Bakm. Powder G+.. 1 gall
I j Hi** I RATES BY THE L.
in thatr.. attendance. 1 e.,ark. Jacksonville Fla.; The Seaboardational .....4
a Bank,Sew York. 33 OR MONTH. i2tL I

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