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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 18, 1889
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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
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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. IS, 1889. 1\0.22. ..



Local Happenings. Messrs. Webb Bergin and Downey, I .llims. Aiikoiia. Melbourne.Capt. .

-Read the news on inside pages. of Melbourne are in town to-day. I I Mr. A. T. Feaster was a caller in Mims Improvements, expansion, progress, John Houston and Mr. Dave

_Engineer Rhodes has been on a trip -Capt. and :Mrs. llobt. Hardee were I recently. are the watchwords in this locality.Mrs. Stewart, us road supervisors, passed

1 to Savannah and other points. in town Sunday. The Captain left for Friday morning week a fine baby boy Dawson and son were the guestsof through Melbourne, looking up the roads

guy your cotton seed meal of J. S. Jacksonville Monday and returned to arrived at the house of Mr. Boyd. Mrs. Chaffee for a few days. here and south of this point.
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t Watson & Co. They are headquarters Hardeville to-day. :Miss Carrie China has been quite ill. Mr. Schubert departed for Montgomery Mrs. Mercier and daughter have returned

I for fertilizers.Mr. -Capt. Paddison is in town again, We are glad to say she has entirely re Alabama. His wife will remain Melbourne for a time. We be-

merchant having completed his contract for erect- covered. with her parents for a month longer.Mr. lieve Mrs. 31. expects to go to Lake
F. :r;. Wicker, a cigar ,
of-Key West, arrived at Indian River ing the beacons* See the Captains advt.on Mrs. Coates, of LaGrange, has been and Mrs. Tancre were much miss- Worth in a short time to remain for the

Hotel Monday. lIe left, yesterday, for page 5. canvassing for a new book in our neigh- ed during their absence of several week winter.

down the river. -After next issue we shall have extra borhood. Their little girl is the first in the commu- Guavas are ripening fast and no pros-

-A sailing! party left here for the assistance in this office. Then our cor- We were very much gratified by the nity, and is a welcome yi.-itor. pect for an end of the crop for a long

lawn party at Mrs. Peck's, Cocoa. It respondents can send in their items and I'' large attendence at the opening of our Mr. Hamon, of Boston, writes that he time yet, as the trees are still bloomingThe

was quite a success socially, for all spenta correspondence ad libitum.Mr. I school, the enrollment being twenty-two. will be here with his family in December. ladies are busy puttting up guava

a most enjoyable evening.The E. B. Wager is now in Atlanta, I Services at the schoolhouse, Wednesday He will improve his place when he ar jelly,marmalade, catsup, Chile and Chutney

leaflet sent out by Dr. Dodson Georgia, and will return to Titusville' night, were well attended and very rives. His family of four children will sauces, in which the fruit is:: an important -

next week. Our readers, no doubt, will interesting. be a most welcome addition to our school factor,
intended to give such informationas and Mr. H. will
is population, we hope receive -
be glad to tee him installed in the editorial Messrs.: Charles and William Campbell s
the public need on a subject too little Mrs. Canova and daughters arriyed the benefit to his health which he
chair again.Mr. were out with the Cupid on Tuesday _
understood by people in general. Theyare from Palatka Wednesday night. Theyare confidently expects.We .
for free circulation, and are brief, -: and Mrs. R. McCormick, of the guests of Mrs. D. Harrison. are sorry to learn that Mr. R. last. She has been built higher, seven
Lake Worth, who have been staying at Richardson, of Blairs >town, Iowa, has sustained feet added on each end, and works nice-
pith and easily understood.One Married at the residence of Mrs. J. E.
second shock of His
a paralysis. ly now. Their horse Jack
Adirondack Mountain, X. Y. have left was a passenger -
of Hendrickson's schooners, of Brady, Mr. J. H. Schofield to Miss visit to Indian River last winter had so '
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bound for .
lr.
W. M. ( anm'bell's1'bell'seast
the above place for New York and Phila-
Lake Worth, the Mary B., was ashoreon Eunice Harrison, Sunday evening, Sept. far improved him that he expected to return shore place, Micco.
opposite
delphia.Mr.. early this winter. He is reportedto
the beach. Several, under the di- loth; at 730. At the appointed hour
be improving, and we trust that so Gardeners are busy for the
Durst tells that Lake Worthis preparing
us ,
the bridal entered the the
couple parlor,
rection of Captain Dye, were on the spot, estimable a gentleman may recoyer sufficiently winter Some
have
a difficult territory for well driving.It bride tastefully arrayed with garnitnre of crop. egg-plants and
Wednesday night, and had the satisfaction to come again soon.
is verslow and hard rock and other plants already up. The coming
of finally getting the schooner into quick white rose-buds, the groom in the con- -
sand is met with. He had winter will see a far greater amount of
alternately ventional black. The was Cocoa.Mr. .
Lake Worth, but littie the worse for the ceremony performed
only reached 113} feet up to 12th inst. by Mr. T. J. Johnson. A large vegetables shipped from this region than
tremendous bumbing she had sustained O. B. Floyd, of Jacksonville;; was ever before.

There wus a very heavy surf rolling at -We were pleased to see our friends, company of friends were gathered to- in Cocoa Saturday.Mrs. .

the time. So says a letter received from Mr. and Mrs. Gruber, in town again after gether to witness the nuptials and tender J. M. Stearns and her mother are 3Ie.-5.srs. Fee, Nc.sbitt & Turner struck

Lake Worth last night. their pleasure trip to North Carolina. their congratulations, wishing the happy visiting Mrs. D. R. Hover. a flow at Mr. W. H. Adam's Eau Gallic

They looking much better after ban grove, and on Friday transferred their
-Captain Mercier came up to town were pair voyage. Miss Clara Sanders, of City Point,
their sojourn at Charlotte, but just a was a guest of Miss Carrie :Moore duringlast outfit to Frank Foster's place in the
with steamer GeorgianaThursday. It I +
little travel-stained from the journey. I Can Gallic. ; week. Narrows, on the east side. They expect

j i is some time since we have seen him up They nrri"et1Iou a)' evening. I: Mr. W. Treutler returned from points Miss Fox is visiting her brother, Mr. to begin drilling Monday.Messrs. .
oJ, and hurricane talk have up J. G. Hunter, Mr. Fisher, Miss
"Old shake when Cyclone I Wood.
good Lang Syne" we fine milk cow back. Fresh milk at the
met him on the street Friday evening. been on the tapis this week, and many, Treutler House daily. :Mr. John McAllister, the artesian well Maui Watley and Mr. D. Hunter were

. Mr*. Mercicr and little daughter were in with scared looks, told us about the Mr. John Mellor and wife arc expected sinker of Eau Gallie, was in town Mon in last week from the settlement west of

these kind of storms had done inda's Melbourne. They brought in loads of
town also. The Georgiana is to go onlcFadden's damage about the 10th and will be accom- day.Mrs.
prox.
and O. K. Wood returned to Cocoa the products of that region and took
) ways, at Eau Gallie. for re gone by. Sunday Monday we panied by Mrs. Smith, a lady who has Friday from a visit to her friend, Mrs. back two loads of '
had wind and wagon groceries. Their r<
heavy a cyclone was ,
pairsand the steamer \\'hite-which now passing recently purchased the Hotchkiss grove Gleason, of Eau Gallie.

looks neat and trim-has taken her placeon :. up the gulf. :Monday night the wind from the above-named gentleman.. 1lr.IcGinnis and family will move community seems to be prospering finely.

the lower river. Capt. Buie is in decreased, no damage was done, and the and to Brunswick, Ga., ere long, as Mr. Mc (The remainder of Melbourne items
The is not over yet,
command. The Georgiana started down fears of the people, who expected some your correspondent guava crop is in a position to say Ginnis will go into business there. were omitted this week to make room for

the river Monday morning at 10:30. dire calamity, were allayed. The highest that before another season guavas will be Mr. John Sams and his pretty laughter : report of the temperance meeting.)

velocity of the wind was 40 miles an in demand at a jelly factory on our own Miss Sadie, came over on Friday to I -----
the East
During the past few years hour. Yesterday's Signal Service bulletin little river.Messrs. enjoy the temperance picnic The Temperance DIectin?.
Coast has improved wonderfully, says
the St. Neics. The said : "Cyclone central in eastern Henry U. and A. R. Hodgson Mr. Guy Metcalf, the genial young editor The meeting of the friends of temper '
Augustine Weekly Gulf west. Northwest wind. are expected in Eau Gallic about the and proprietor of the Melbourne
Indian River and Halifax River sectionis moving ance at Cocoa on the 13th inst was largely -
10th prox. They state that frost has been News, was a guest of the Peck House
Will to southwest and decrease in
recognized as been the most healthyand veer noticed already in the State of Indiana, last week. attended by representative men and

delightful part of the State. No strength." Up to 12 o'clock to-day the where they have been during the past Mr. James Sanders, Miss Katie Paddison women of all ages from the various localities

other section of Florida offers such attractions weather has been calm and serene, withno summer. Mr. and :Mrs. S. H. Happersett, of accessible. Light winds delayedthe

and those who once come this indications of a cyclone in Titusville. Mr. P. A. McMillan is building a new Titusville, and Mr. J. H. Rollins, of Or- arrival of some from Courtney and

way have no inclination or desire to visit -There is a good prospect that work sloop. The name has not yet been divulged lando, were pleasant visitors in Cocoa City Point in time for dinner and the
.
any other point. About St. Augustine, will soon be actively resumed on the Atlantic but from all appearances she Friday.Dr. I afternoon addressee leading men from

and southward to Lake Worth, the cli- Coast Canal says the Halifax will be a clipper. Another addition to Scofield is having an addition puton all parties occupied the speakers' stand
his house. which stands the river
Journal. This is grand enterprise Eau Gallie's fleet. on during the day to the utter obliterationof
mate in winter, as in summer, is balmy a bank. The doctor expects his sister and ,

and healthful. There is no possible which will not only be of inculculable Messrs.: Fee and Nesbitt have completed two young ladies to spend the coming party lines.

chance of contracting cold, no matter benefit to all the people of the Atlantic their artesian well contract with W. winter with him in his "bachelor's nest ;" Rev. R. N. Andrews read the call andS.

how one may lounge about. You may coast section of Florida, but through the Henry Adams and have succeeded in obtaining hence the addition. F. Gove lead in prayer.W. .

deep out doors, at times, without even so liberal franchise given the company by the the best flow of water yet obtained The Lawn party came off, as advertised H. Sharpe was re-elected president '

State, be bananza to stockholder.Mr. Thursday night and was a very en- and Geo. W. Holmes,
much as a blanket to protect you from a every in Eau Gallie. This is well No. 6. secretary.
lovable affair and decided socially -
success
Miles its indefatigable superintendent a Committee on resolutions and organization -
the night air.Often :McFadden is his i though it not. Still
Capt. preparing waysfor financialy was ,
j I : C. B. Magruder, R. C. May Guy
,
is in Canada making
arrangementsfor had time the ladies who
have we been surprised at the the reception of the steamer Georgiana. since we a good Metcalf, J no. IL Sams and Geo. W.
return backed the finan- the entertainment feel for
: a speedy by gave repaid
:,'j hurried manner in which both boardersand These ways are a great accommodation Holmes.:
. cial aid necessary to complete the great their work. Prof. W. H. Peck followed the cheer-
J guests at the Indian River Hotel to steamers and sailing craft on
Jt work of making an inner coast-way from Col. H. L. Hart of Palatka, spent a ing outline of the campaign in an address -
t "bolt" their food muchto river and
1Y and Grand View our big Capt. :McFadden deserves -
St. Augustine to Lake Worth, to be few days in Cocoa last week, and while sparkling; with humor and incisive
. the detriment of their health. It is, all the patronage he receives. here was a guest of the Peck House. Col. points. Our only regret was that so manyof

" undoubtedly, a mistake to eat in this prolonged, we hope, to Biscayne Bay. The number of buildings on the Treut- Hart came down to look over some work the "silent example and calm conclu-
He has the sympathies! and confidence of which he has been having done on his sion method" of controlling the :
rapid style, and those who follow this ler Hotel site is giving it the appearanceof ravages;
. unhealthy habit should remember that every lover of improvement with him a small village, and more buildingsare place. of intemperance men were absent.
here and everywhere along the line. The being put up and more in contem- The ladies of the Methodist Sunday Capt. R. C. May, Col. D. L. Gaulden
1 mastication in such haste must
performed and )I. C. Salem successively addressed
. resumption of work will be hailed with plation. A sea-wall of coquina rock is School will meet on Wednesday after-
be imperfect even with the best of teeth, pleasure. We had the pleasure of meet- being built at present, on which a prom- noon of this week at the residence of the people. A motion to adjourn for

:j and due admixture of the salivary secre- ing both Mr. Miles and Mr. Spencer, the enade will be laid out. Mr. T. is sparingno Mrs. C. W. Harrison, in Rockledge, for one hour for dinner closed the forenoon '

tion with the food cannot take place. engineer, at the residence of Captain R. expense to make this second to no the purpose of getting up a fete and session. ,
hotel site the river.J. Lawn to be used for The afternoon session was opened by
on party-the proceeds
Paddison time back and from
P. some ,
,: Our readers not generally know 1
A may the of the M. E. Church Hev. R. N. Andrews. Dr. Wm. L. Hugh-
new
conversation had with them furnishing
that when a crude mass of inadequately- the we we B. Snell celebrated the birthday of uth-which is almost completed lett followed, and Mr. Amos Lapham
concluded they were "men of their Mrs. Snell by giving a large party duringthe closed with a stirring appeal to vote"dry"at
iI. crushed tough beef, muscular fibre or undivided word," and that the East Coast Canal past week. The tables laid out under Miss Sheehan, sister of the late Miss the coming election. .

.', solid material of any description Company would soon commence work in the trees on his recently purchased land Hannah Sheehan, reached Cocoa the The resolutions adopted were as fol-

>,j it thrown into the stomach, it acts as a earnest. were loaded with toothsome dainties and, day after her sister died, but was in time lows:

mechanical irritant, and sets up a con- -Another arrival. In our last issuewe from their appearance after supper, were for the funeral, which took place at the Resolved, That we are uncompromisingly
dition in the membrane lining had the pleasant duty of recordingthe well appreciated. His new residence, being Cocoa Cemetery last :Monday: afternoon.The opposed to saloons and xaKon influence -
mucous arrival of two young gentlemen, one cleared for dancing, the "light fan- funeral services were read at the whether licensed or not.
0'I that organ, which greatly impede, if it of whom was installed at the residenceof tastic" was indulged in to a late, or rather grave by Capt. Tom Lacey, as no Catholic Resolved, That we co-operate togetherfor
doe not altogether prevent, the processof Mr. Geo. M. Robbins and the other at early, hour in the morning. The music, priest could reach here in time to offi- prohibition under the XIXth Act of

digestion. When the practice of eating the home of Mr. E. P. Wilbur, and at by the :Messrs. Smith Bros., of Micco, ciate. Miss Sheehan is stopping with the Constitutsou! without respect to par-
I i and the stomach with the present writing we are delighted to was all that could be desired. Guests Mr. Higgins at Rockledge.Mr. ty lines or color.

quickly filling announce the continuance of the arrival from Bovine, Tropic, Melbourne, Rock- James Holmes, of Michigan, who JKesolved, That we commend the prompt
i unprepared food is habitual, the digestiVe boom in Titusville. Those: who had ledge and other points on the river were to Cocoa a few months lookingfor and efficient action of our County Courtin

organ i is rendered incapable of performing business at the bank last Saturday after- present, and all the residents on Eau came a place to locate, has purchased ago a lot suppressing lawlessness, thereby pro-

its proper functions. Either a much noon must have noticed how Mr. W. M Gallie River attended, showing the esteem of Mr. Williams, next to the house of moting the peace and happiness of our
had smile for each which in which :Mr.: and Mrs. Snell
Brown a comer, are and will have people.
larger quantity of food than would be Mr. :McGinnis, a pretty
went ahead of its usual pleasant character held on the Eau Gallie. Mrs. snell was thereon Go.V.. HOLMES, Sec'ty.
home built as soon as possible,
necessary under natural conditions is required and he seemed to wave the notes the recipient of some choice present as he intends making Cocoa his home.
the suffers from lack of in them and from friends each of which in- ------
or system more gracefully counting were His brother and their families will come
Bourishment. The matter may seem a give the silver a merrier ring as he hand- scribed with best wishes and happy returns to Cocoa the latter part of :: Deafness Cant be Curedby
ed it Our curiosity was aroused, of the day.A October.lr'l local not
nan one but in time will find out out. Holmes and his brother application, as they can
,
you
it and we soon learned the cause of his joy- a bank in October in the reach the diseased portion of the ear. i''
is not so. Just as a man or woman ous mood. Last Saturday was the second Scrap of Paper Saves Her Cocoa welcomes the new comers. There is only one way to cure Deafness, 1
with defective teeth and and that is by constitutional remedies.; 1
may go on for years anniversary of his wedding day, Life.It .
imperfectly masticating their food and during the morning an attractive young Last Friday morning Oleander Point I! Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition -
female put in her appearance and at once was just an ordinary scrap of wrapping presented a very animated scene as the of the mucus lining of the Eusta-
drinking any quantity of ice-water, and became a member of his household. Is paper,but it saved herlife. She was many enthusiastic advocates of the temperance chian Tube. When this tube gets inflamedyou
Wondering why they suffer from indimotion it any wonder that he smiles? What in the last stages of consumption, told cause met there to discuss the have a rumbling sound or imperfect ''

,, so they may habitually live un- more fating present could have been pre- by physicians that she was incurable and important subject of Brevard county going hearing and when it is entirely closed
could live only a short time she weighedless deafness is the result and unless the in-
; "wet The largely -
der him his estimable wife and or dry. meeting was
an infliction of hurried dinners, and. sented to by ,
llamation be taken out and this tube
than On of can
seventy pounds. a piece attended by our Indian River people, i
endure what worthy day could have been ;
the loss of health more
,
consequent wrapping paper she read of Dr. King's: restored to its normal condition hearing>
without knowing why he or she is i not selected for its delivery than the one New Discovery and got a sample bottle; and the ladies, young and old, were therein i will be destroyed forever; nine cases out ,
full force to show the deep interest
which commemorated their wedding? her she bottle I of ten arecatised catarrh which Is
ill-L it helped bought a large by
might be remedied. Seven .minutes We are pleased to note that Mrs. Brown it helped her more, bought another and they also took in the matter. The subject nothing but an inflamed condition of the }
tsar the length of time one of our popularptumboat and j/tiw Brown are both in excellent grew better fast, continued its use and is was ably discussed by a number of i: mucus surfaces. '
l'ftptAinitooktoeathisdmner condition, and the young lady will, no now strong, healthy,rosy.plump, weighing prominent men. Music! enlivened the intervals :' We will give One Hundred Dollar for
Sunday lives. And doubt, make her debut in society in a few 140 pounds. For fuller particular between the speeches, and a delightful any case(Deafness (caused by Catarrh)

L thll kind of thing goes on day after day weeks, when a STAR reporter will pay send stamp to W. II. Cole. Druggist, luncheon was served by the la-I I that we cannot cure by taking Hall's
|10 Iltiuville! and ,people still complain his respects, and endeayor to create a Fort Smith. Trial bottles of.his wonderful dies at noon. The meeting lasted un Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars. free.
of being bilious or suffering from indi6ertion a pleasant acquaintance and find out her Disbovery fr.ee at Dixon & Gray's about 5 p. m., when every one left, well F. J. CHENEY & CO..Toledo, O.
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22 with the I Sold 75c. .
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r> THE FLORIDA STAR, WEDNESDAY. SEPT.. IS.' 13S.
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was upon me, and wo:: ire wlzfr t
The tHe :as hihthis morning
very
LIGHT.
LOST
and in v.tnv parts of'the beach small BASE ISGlliTITDE.I come after death. Frightful;et

illeu! into to occu- in my ears, which gradually
use get g
\\r\'n JTL'D boat wt- d- 1 caaax date her wile: CODe Ixica tot4
pants oi hu.cis and cottages to the mainland That susshiae of her face volume of the most terrific th r

:o enable them to reach New York That used' to cake this worn>>earth seanxAt PERSONS SAVED FROM DROWNING Finally I relapsed into rose .

citv. The surf ran so high that showersof times so gay a place. SELDOM SHOW GRATITUDE. "When I recovered cy Besses I ,.
were thrown against: the hotel Tie sane: dear eyes look out at ne. *
"spray back and there
Coney Island a Scene of Wreck windows. The features are tha same; lying on my waa acicj. f
f But oh! the sn3e Is out cf them tug sensation in my thrC .:. lopes ?
thepavih"u Rescuer
the roof of Their *
broke if
.
and Desolation. Tl-e: waves over They Often Show Fight '
And I oust be to b1ale.Some eyes and found myself
cay
i at the end of the iron pier Their Hair or Scratched surrocs
when he'' water was at the highest. The ce3 I see f:still; I scent Ha Pulled ;' by a large, gaping crowd. An hoar '

A Part of the Island Covered pro1'rierui-s of the many resorts in danger Rah: ter: the other day Them-Th Popular Fallacy That Death :j I was moving about all right I i j '

"i destruction took desperate To meet a long raissed triP j. and w'.sae by Drowning I* an Ea y Taking CM!: been rescued: by a sailer af:er res aa '
by the Sea. their and some We still were on the way almost
chance to save pioperty under the water three tsh
their Her confidence: in waiting love It is a serious fact that persons rescued -
h of them came very near losing Brought back. for me to see, from drowning are generally ungrateful Death by drowning b not easy, az] i 3

"Jb High Tide and Heavy Surf I'Uving live' in the attempt YorL and Rod Beach That old time lore light to her eyesThat to their rescuers, and seem to hope I shall never have such aa trpeience > d
The Nt-w .a\\"ay will not shiae for me.
Sad Havoc with the Remaining Portion. rnilwa.utl.ereJ heavily. Rutland pavilion have little appreciation of the desperate agalBoston Herald. ,w

St.-u.r..t of the Great Seaside Jloteb'B and many other resorts are under They:! tell zae money waits for mes chances taken to save them. The only (

t in: t.ulermlned-Tbe Damage: wi They say I might hare fame.I explanation given for this strange in- : The Ilomele in iraau.No *
water There is a washout on the tracksof those gewgaws quite as weD
Reach Hiindredf of Thoulaolh. the New Yrk and Rockaway Beach As others like those same. gratitude is that the person rescued from such institution a3 oar r

d NEW YOKE, Sept. 12.-Advices from railroad at Holland station and another: But I care not for what I have drowning has so great a horror of such a i, workhouse exists ia France, the celt *:

Coney Island Tuesday morning were as between that pasn' .I the seaside. Nor lust for what lack heart longs death that he detests everything in connection i shelter offered those usfortunite: seL *
One tithe as much as my
follows Both t::i-k* b-t-.eeu ArvernebytheSea To call: that lost light back with it. Numerous instances of : bers of the human family: -bo fi ti

1' Coney Island is a scene of wreck and and Far Rocks way are curried ingratitude can be cited. A man who : themselves houseless and pess.' .. .

desolation. Nearly one-half of the away.antI This morning from Arverne a train from met Rock-near Come And: back into ei29 dear driven banished smile come bocS was once rescued by Mr. Story at Prison 'f j the night asylums which thou; yl, '

island east of the iron piers. is now away the break.one and were compelled to put .\. thoughts and alms, ani jealous hcptS Point bridge, in midwinter, endeavoredin inirable institutions in their war: + :

submerged, and the high tide and heavy: back to the places from which they That in my stead wool thrive every way for a year after the rescue kept up by private charity and cas r k

started.It Who wants the earth without its sun* to secure Mr. Story's place as drawtender J I ceive bat a very limited number cf rive *
remaining Ani what-hAs life for me
is feared that further and more serious That's worth a thought if. as irs prfcu. of the bridge. A woman whom the : applicants who crowd round the dart I

I TLe greatest tide that has ever been daaiase will be done to-night when It leaves me robbed of thee! same brave man saved from death and both winter and summer. That fie t

experienced: struck the island at C the tide is high. -& wars & Martin in Scnbcers cared for during several weeks of sickness .; absence of workhouses is Froace doa *

o'clock this morning and increased in Tier f' mae at New York Ctv. brought on by her involuntary bath, not, however, imply much greater jr :

volume and fury long past 3 o'clock The damage by the storm along the Wellington and His Ilorve.A proved a miserable ingrate Mr. Story perity or thrift than in F.;1..a,4 3 1 i

}itt Consternation reigned supreme every New York water front has been very writer in London Notes and Queries provided her with a dress belonging to proved by a statement rece:1tlju3e a: i

) where. There is even now not a strip sn.atlong South street a:1l1Yest relates the following incident as having his wife, her own having been badly the chamber of deputies by the secle t

c of beach to be seen on the island. street nearly all the cellars have been ., occurred at the coronation of George IV: torn and otherwise damaged when she i( for Indre-et-Loir, who isfonaal >tS :
of (
in
Water is1 pouring in volumes under- the flooded Ware and'goods houses. The destroyed few'es....many ls that The Duke of Wellington, who at no time fell overboard She never returned it, j minister of the interior that in osa cca-:

I' neath the Manhattan hotel t have nut into the bay for safety report(1 of his life had been an expert rider, having and he has never heard from her since. i iNO mune of his department reckoning 8flj(

_ The great waves are dashing against : very Heavy weather and seas all along ,' to act as lord high constable of EOilANCB HE- :. j inhabitants, no fewer than 1.400 cam

the music stand and it bids fair to got the coasts .: England for the day and in that capacity A man was rescued from drowning i had been known to present thesaeha

the i, The of the local and steamers to ride beside the hereditary champion Tuder's j
down before day over. concrete Many coasting after a desperate struggle near for alms ia a single day. Thu fatf'-

walk in front of the big building; did not leave their dock among..,. of England, took the wise precaution of wharf, Charlestown, several years ago, I was adduced as an example: the gsot

has been undermined and torn away ;; them being the Sandy Hook and Monmouth hiring a horse from Ducrow's amphitheatre. and to quiet him it was necessary for the I increase in the number of agaboa!
which ply to Sandy Hook. The The duties of the lord high con :
breaker carries tons him
and every upon j young man who jumped in after : to due presumably as M. Costae observed
of these two boats, they have I
pilofs say stable and lord high steward were to ride
tons of water beneath the building. It times and his
several
not witnessed such high seas so near strike him plunge I to the hard times experiexei l
looked to day as if it was doomed. The : shore in many years. They also report upon each side of the champion,and after head under the water. When taken from by many of the working classes
bulkhead has been torn up and lent ; many small bOats adrift 1 i the latter had received the gold goblet the water the man turned upon his the past few years. It may be d H :
!:
asunder. The cellar of the hotel at 'T : It is reported that the wires are all i from the hands of the king, to back their rescuer and demanded satisfaction for that to put down vagabondage b Fnaa :

o'clock today was three feet deep with down at Sandy Hook and that telegraph 1 I horses the whole length of Westminsterhall f die rough usage be received and started in i3 not easy, offenders of this class oclr: i

V water, and it was still pouring in. I I communications with that point has to the door. This being an unusual to get it. Se reckoned without his host, being liable to prosecution ia the err t
been cut oiL: The landing stage at Cas- i' movement for a horse the duke took
The little strip of land between ;; however and what he deserved neither
got of their having domicile
rcr
sub- .
tie Garden is almost completely : care that his steed should be disciplined
and Manhattan has been eat ;
Brighton
good pounding.A trad* thrs t
merged, a state of affairs that was never | with profession, nor recognized -
day by day to retrograde
'
en away, and the ocean and Sheepshead : known to have existed before. j proper little boy was saved from drowningat conditions that are rarely met wits together. J

t bay connected by fully five feet of I The lower end of Blackwell's Islandis I i i ignite., The intelligent animal learned the same place by the same person .-London Standard. r
1 water, extending -Sheel head. I 1 his lesson only too welL The champion wharf ,
submerged. and the keepers were engaged j shortly afterward. When the was
t The Manhattan and Oriental hotels this in appeared, accompanied on one tide by : f
early morning removing reached he was unconscious, and the lifesaver The Necklace

; stand by themselves on a little island I the patients from the frame out build-i> the lord high constable, on the other by tried to resuscitate him which he Necklaces in the reign of Charles ..
that is fast eaten The ins in that portion of the island. the lord high steward, the Marquis of j
being up. mammoth I succeeded in doing after a half hours were made of amber, set in gotl i
1 The railroad tracks at Arverne- What the horror of the
bathing pavilion beloinging to I new Anglesey. was labor. The boy received two slight Pharaoh put a gold chain about Jo t
by-the-Sea are entirely under water, and what must have been the ;
Manhattan Beach is beaten down spectators, abra-I
1'A being and the bridge to St. Lawrence has been :j condition of that iron soul when : sions on his face, a slight bruise seph's neck aa a mark of his author:? i.
1. by the thundering waves. I washed awav.. :| even forehead and a scratch on the I in Egypt. t
t The old marine railway structure W"lS'l lt I the duke found that his well trained ,
f : which were caused by the old rough Among the Tartars of the tee d
On the Hay State Coast. I horse considered it of his to
carried early to-day, and was part duty I
away planks on the wharf. When the boy Genghis Khan the necklace Rai gives
VINEYARD HAVEN, Mass., Sept 12.-A I the hall towards the king'schair
token with an awful crash over the new proceed up
Tues was taken to his home his mother noticing made of human teeth.
heavy northeast storm prevailed of state backwards?
marine railway, fully 300 feet inland,
day. The regular steamers to and from I the abrasions, asked how he got I The southern negroes constantly
carrying the latter away bodily and !( them and. informed she showered i thenv d
the mainland which carry_ mails and A Royal Circus. being bead necklaces, looking upon
overturning and smashing cars like did disasterswere 1 tAll abuse the fellow who I t
t passengers not run.o on plucky young genuine charms.In .
Dresden has been going near- j
kindling wood. reported. ] very saved her boys life, and to the present the reign: Henry VHI ably oa! t
mad the Reiter-Fest
ly over or equestrian
The old Brighton Beach bathing pavillian she has dislike for him.A 0J:1I
followed with a deafening crash HANLAN'S ESTIMATEOf i performance which had been devised by i! day a strong who had not 'c) per year bocce i
young man, drowning in Highland not wear a necklace.
t the officers of the Saxon their
and the driftwood carried with army as r
lightning Searle the Oarsman of the
Champion i lake, Norfolk, this state, a few years One of the most valuable and coral y
form of felicitation the
Herculean II II'orltL particular to king
t rapidity and force againstthe \\
ago, was rescued by a companion, taken possessions of the western Indian fctb f
the occasion. On the SOOth anniersan"
bath house tearing of that TORONTO Ed. Hanlan on ,
new part 14.
Sept was
I ashore and carried to a little arbor for necklace of grizzly bears' cb WL &
of the birth of the house of Wettin
away. Tuesday night asked: "Is there any I resuscitation. He revived and af-
*
s was The Puritans abolished necklace, T
t The Beach hotel is as the ruling dynasty of what is now the
Brighton of
surrounded at capable bringing'bark
man present I' terward mingled with the picnickers inenjoyment. they abolished everything they laid tiar thand
by over two feet of water which the worlds championship to kingdom of Saxony, Kursachsen took a i
r Of course be was congratulated on which savored of Onw:1ct.It:
'" considerable share in the liberation of
|
extends far America:
as as Sheepshead bay.
1 t his from death and his ceckhco
iM Fully 100 feet of the lawn in front of "There is no one at the present time I Vienna from Kara Mustapha and his besieging j i on escape Thousands of people place :
f rescuer was praised He was informedof of coral beads around the necb of br
'a the hotel has been eaten away since last I capable of doing so or even of coming I hordes of Turks, and the incidents .
I I circumstances connected with the ac- bier with the belief that uifl aSs
within a reason- they
of that with all its
night and from indications early today f siege, motley \I
; able distance of. Wallensteins of I. cident and rescue and, hearing the lifesaver the children in teethb,.-Meml''' A. Q
it will all be pone before nightThe Lager Dugald Dalgetties
1; Searle. My opinion -I complimented, envied him. Today lanche. f
Brighton Beach railroad is sub from every state in Germany, were, says
is that he
can i j this man brought back,so to speak.
i -- -
merged. No trains are running.The The Times correspondent, selected as illustrating I j -
beat the three best ;. j from the portals of the unknown hereafter -
angry waves dashed against Seidl's P scullers in the;' one of_ the most meritorious. NEWS IN BRJcr.
detests the brave fellow who risked
I ,
music btand each waves tearing away world one after; pages in Saxon history.
I his life to save him. A Condensation of Intere.tia 1trs': n
another in I About five hundred officers I ;
great chunks of it at every burst All one all mounted
I efforts to save the structure have been I week tit anlis- I;, richly dressed and accoutered after I Cornelius Roach, the brave ferry hand, Various Subjects

.ii abandoned. tance. Landhani: the fashion of the time, streamed into the has never but once received grateful acknowledgment Gen. Legitime, ex-president of Hsr:. s-
has chance ofIdeating I ) for rived in New York city Thursday
no a rescue from those
i in successive
The Little Children's i arena groups or quadrilles
f' society cottage, Stale, as I' I whom he has saved from watery They say the far northwestern: itea: '!!I
near the music stand has given of Tartars Poles and German troops of graves. p.i1
is of finest
way. but oacerUia
/ he is now 32 years I Romantic stories sometimes tell of the quality, of
Waves are breaking under the elevated i old, has never won j various contingents, and marvelous were Bob Younger who is dying at StiIlw
t roads station and fears entertained for : ''a championship II j. the feats of graceful horsemanship per- I hero being rewarded liberally by those penitentiary. is no-r unable f:, sp + '+

f i its safet y' !I and I can't see that I It formed, to the sound of breathing music 1 whom he has saved, but they are works I a whisper. _

'; Brighton Beach is nearly all underwater + It after ten or twelve I j jEXXRT though in this respect the Tartars, per- of fiction and not fad Occasionallv Small coke operators in the :'!

and is separated from Ream's I E. M.A LL years of rowing he t sonified-by some of the most daring ridersin I some one who has been snatched from district have combined their inU 1011

hotel by five feet of water. can be so improved as to compete King Albert's army corps easily bore j death rewards his preserver but these to be able! to compete with the fit *sd
I against a youthful man like Searle. who i cases are rare. McClure companies.A
very
The the with their circus like
Brighton racecourse is two feet away palm, 5**
:
athletic rich
silver mjes
perfect wonder. What i strike has b ea
{; deep with water, and the jockeys and givesa 6earle such wonderful I) evolutions, reminding one of a Cossack ; DSOWNTSO A HORRIBLE DEATH.i Mexico.
stablemen :. staving digitovka. Pall Mall Gazette ;i I "There is a very popular fallacy that '
strickea. "
are pxanic- powers is his extraordinary: breathing i Twenty-five thousand prrsoc*
Kearn's hotel is surrounded bywater. capacity. He is without question the ; death by drowning is easy, said a well the celebration in Bucks county. p...,ot I

r 't' coolest and most collected oarsman: I ,' In Bombay. known expert swimmer a few days ago. founding of the Presbyterian charm'srs

The surf has reached Boder's hotel have ever seen in a race. The Parsees are sun worshipers. Thereare j: "I have even heard it remarked that it United States. PresUent Harra'np *

r which was considered by the Hanlan accounts for the wonderful only about 70,000 of them in India, 1 is an enjoyable death; that sweet music :zaent and delivered an address.

prietor as being too far book from pro-the confidence of the Canadian contingent and 50,000 of these are here in Bombay.The I charms the senses when death approaches t It is said there is: a movement oa tort|*

'' EeL in their man through Searle's success ; men dress in long, preacherlikeclothes : and beautiful scenes present themselvesto unite all the large dime moseosis ia&

One of the little shelter houses be 'I in keeping his true form concealed in ': of black, with hats shaped like : view. These ideas concerning drowning I United States The money is to be fsrai **
his practice. he does of his by
11' as most hard English capitalists
1 absurd.
situated work ; coal scuttles and they are very fine are Where they originated .sIf
on land. He is an adept in this t Marshal Nagle tea LJ Fnlaj t
#s the concourse, has been smashed to I line, and in his first race in Australia "' looking. Their dress, when not in business I cannot say, but it must have been in believed his own Lie, as well aa that *

t; !. splinters and every tool belonging to the general: public was just as far astray; is often of the whitest of linen coats the mind of come foolish person. Justice Field to be in danger whets fc* **

1'r the workmen carried out to sea. The I' in its estimate of his powers. Hanlan :' and shirts. They are the best businessmen I "Any one who has ever been rescued I' Terry.The.

other two little houses are sunk ten feet also thinks that the tide had nothing to in the world. They own millions of | from drowning in an unconscious condition Buffalo News dafas to tivt p"** ":

in water and being dashed to pieces. do with O'Connor defeat. He says he dollars worth of property here in Bombay t will agree with me that this sort of 'r! that the story about Grshs:1ob Z flTir :

I The entire concourse is inundated and can only explain O'Connor's catching a and are largely interested in the I talk is rank nonsense. Once I was in the | Niagara Falls in a barrel is a "fata." :.

# the concrete pavement torn up. The crab by the plate of his row-lock being trade of India. They are more akin to I! water so long that, when rescued, it required ; An enterprising photographar aI :-
out of place A finished :
., main road the oarsman like. the Christians than the Hindoos } forty-five minutes' work to take s picture of a woman who
in to
by concourse is submerged I O'Connor could not catch a crab unless their revive I I atNiagara Falls as she was on the hrisY
3 f and nearly every street within I under such circumstances. : methods of living. They believe in me, and I assure you that my stay under the torrent was too quick for h1

5.000 feet of the beach formerly is i spending their money, dwell in good water was anything but pleasant In lost the chance of his lif i :

Z Hooded. I DICK HAWES' ACCOMPLICE. ; houses and drive about in fine carriages. :' diving at Hittinger's wharf in the The new cruiser Puilaielphia wit bp'I

The flooring of both the old iron pier I Fannie llryant Found Guilty-Impri on- They are charitable as well as rich and Charlestown district, several years ago, I ed Saturday. |

and Doyle's iron pier has been torn up went fur Lifer some of the finest of the public buildings I got caught between two piles, which Steve Bm.1"e=1t aver NU?1 r rat?" t. t
*
bodily. BIBMXNGHAM. Ala.. Sept. 12.-Shortly of Bombay have been built by theai. t[ were joined together like an inverted V. Saturday in a rubber.:. He wa aon* t

There is consternation everywhereNo before 10 o'clock Sunday morning the : They are of Persian descent, and have ,. I got wedged in back upward, and was ously hurt, and after being restore! toj1**" J

such time has ever been experiencedin jury on the Fannie Bryant murder case temples in which burns the sacred fire of I| pretty firmly held there by the strong tempting saoosness suic'.Jioa was arrested. on the charja 1 1I

the history of the island. The great I sent for Judge Gree:1eand announced '1 Zoroaster.-Cor. Denver Republican: ebb current. I struggled hard to free .I Mis* \ Adams, daughter of grid i ireadent \

tidm\' made its first they had ajrreed : I myself, but efforts futile. .
t appearance at upon a verdict The my were I of Chicago, who: seal W f3* ther
precisely G o'clock to-lay. The wind I judge came down town ordered the accused : A Little MUe l|; held my breath as long as possible, and father twenty years a.;.:> foredogit *!;* la |

r was blowing a hurricane off above. brought from jail, and received There is a smart little boy of the List- I tried in every way to extricate myself. I man nameil Andrews, is now the hai*** t

j As the morning advanced the the finding which was: ener's acquaintance whose memory is a endeavored to swim downward' upwardand t+3.(OJ. left by bar grandfatber. nJ..rt '

I. hurricane increased to a perfect "We, the JUT/, find that Fannie Bryant good deal like his trousers pocket-a receptacle straightforward, but it was a use Snrie Danes stabbed by )Lr **- '<,

cyclone Following the first great was an accessory before the fact to for all sorts of o lds and ends, less waste of strength. :My face beganto Ray Hamilton, !* abla to walk oai" t'
the murder of Mrs. Emma Hawes and Lake Erie fishermen orrioi taaaJ Ian
tidal wave the gigantic swells which are retained with no little pertinacity grow hot; there was a heavy are
her
came
children May and Irene, and fix i pressureon aperture in the fish-net law. -5
j' swinging and setting in rapid succession. her punishment: in the penitentiary for ': but in more or less picturesque my head and body; I began to trem An AlabiamainanmmeJBanihill< :**?* J

life. disorder. Things pop up now and thenin ble, and was forced to expel the air the hour set for his : ,surrooiw18 :;

;, Ladder from Korkway n aeh. When the verdict was read the woman an odd way. The other night this little from my lungs. Then I. commenced to the wedding guests. .

Adiocs rlX'eibter Tuesday were gave a deep moan and leaning forward boy undertook to say his prayers be- smother. I knew that something must Elison Hatfield has been. icU tam"J* r l\

as follows: on the table in front of her, wept long i fore going to bed. He began all right: be done and quickly, too or I should die. hanged Dec S for the murder of Alfcro* <1
and bitterly, moaning all the while and I Iproclaiming Coy in .. 9
"Now Logan
Ro.kuUech was strewn to-dav I lay me down to ckrpdI The pressure on my head and body in county.a. -- ".
her innocence. The judge I! pray the Lord tay soul to key > his estimated that Canadians bit fWJj J
o from t no end to the other with a maSsof creased. I was being strangled and
instantly adjourned court, and Sheriff. If I .houXr- on the Searie-O'Connor Kowtt I
race.
th if iud amount of destruction crushed
: large to death.
My head
Smith hustled her back to Here he seemed to the Toronto flawL'atest'
jail "got stuck" for a moment and man was trained too J
Jiu* 1 OCMI done there bv the severe crack and split into a dozen pieces. wrt- f ,
stunii this The excessive seemed to be groping around for the remainder -
t high t las MUW morning.Sunday haw floated I RiAdlebercer Becomes a Democrat. of the lines. And then all at "Mj whole past life rose before me. 1a7 the ucitemct is sub 1ing Dad t --t.
WOODSTOCK, Va., Sept 1
I
thought of home and everything dear fairs will probably be amicably ::::
auaj ti'ii 1. e t'r,- portable article on tor Riddlebe er has : 13.-Ex-8ens-I' once he steamed ahead: i for
to me and thousand The
a other question of disfranchisux
the u ::da :'f.,1.1c"tNyiug numerous and declared for the -U 1 ahooli chance to fall below thoughts b1 41
r
s fl'lu\l M" t:;s :1U\11..ah.hottsLi I ticket Demosthenes: or CScero seemed to pour into my mind at once adopted citizens will be pass* fi1W.

I I pray the Irked crz oul to taker I cursed my luck, and also prayed that United States Attorney_ _General )

.I_might be freecL I realized that death



THE FLORIDA STAR, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 18 1889. ;jWI


.. =- I FOUGHT At A CHURCH.

tt' THEY S.VOJ2VT 2D7.\ I I ELOPERS RUN DOWN. FLORIDA
,'" I Fifty True Hills Returned Against Negroes 1 I.
> Tl ':a. .L.UI ;,h'h .< i.' (i.i:? ..4- N.ag- Who Participated. r The Wife K Use. Her III"-''and and Pre- -0----
COX.
S. S. j
.": HuN. art Su.,., .t u"t>. I AUGUSTA, Ga., Sept. 14.-Fifty true I s ?nts Her 1'amniour. THE TROPICA TRUNK LISE.
j I
NIAOAUA FALLS, X. Y., .'.mt. 14.- bills have been returned by the grand I|i ST. Louis, Sept. 12.A pair of Chicago Jacksonville, Tampa and
it announced that Steve elopers were run down Monday
When was jury of Elbert county against negroes by West
lie Passes Away Surrounded by Brodie had on Saturday morning madea who engaged in a riot in Ruckersvillelast I William Louse, the wronged husband, Key System.

r trip over tho Horseshoe falls in his Sunday. The officers are now who at once, under the influence of the

Relatives and Friends.r rubber suit, many looked upon it as a scouring the country in pursuit of the I woman, forgave her frailty and took her Schedules in Effect May 26. 1i9.I .

fake pure and simple; but just how the parties wanted. The colored Baptistsof I back to his!lOm William Zabriusky, I Trains of this line run on Central Standard -

Ailment Which fake was worked was not discovered un- that section were holding an association !i who boarded with them, told Mrs. Louse I Time, and arrive and depart I from the
,. peritonitis the til Tuesday.Learning which had been marked during the j that he loved her and two weeks ago J. T., & K. \\ and S. F. & W. Union de- a
Caused His Demise. that a part of the crew of I week with much religious fervor. ; induced her to elope with him. pot. .
sr"'tb4 the steamer Maid of i They took ;: 500 of Louse's and
the Mist had witnessed On Sunday over 1,500 colored people I! money "'('st. India Fast Mail.
most of tho actions of the party, had gathered at tho church. While some pictures and furniture. The hus-
AmOD; His Last Word He Referred to visited them yesterday. The boat is a standing around in the grove behind band traced them here. appealed to the Xo. 27 XO' 14

the rianVhIch: He Had Formed for the Canadian craft, and lies at her wharf on the church a couple of elderly brethren I police, and found them on North Ninth 1 00" p Ill...Lv Jacksonville: Ar..6 :SO a in

AdmUftlou of Wyoming and New Mexico the Canadian side, just at the foot of the got into a fight and the partisans of !I street. His household goods were scattered '1 >4 i P U...Green Cove Spring..5 L'o a m
hill leading from the Clifton, which each took until dom about the apartments. Zabrinsk 40 p iu.....Palatka Junction..._4 :!S\ m
w at the Next Se lon-Much Regret up part 300.men were
as State 4S ......... .
Brodie was carried after his alleged battle. Many had knives, razors anti I was wearing one of the husband's best p m .Pal\tka-t :20 a m2J
in Washington.NEW :> : iu........ IIuutin
plunge. but was seriously hurt hats and a pair of his slippers. The p tun.3 :24 a m
one ,
pistols no
Yon Sept Congressman John Ross engineer, sleeps on board though number were cut, bruised slippers had been presented by Mrs. :J 42 p m........ ..Seville .........JVOO a m
' S. S. Cox died at 8:30: Tuesday eveningat the boat, and tells this story: "Friday and otherwise injured. I Louse to her husband, nUll bore the in- 4 20 p in..L>eLaiul u.a 00 a m

his home, Xo. 13 East Twelfth street, evening, about o'clock, f started up I scription, "To my own darling." 4 oO; p m..Orange: City June....! 48 a in
peritonitis. His wife, Dr. Lockwoodand the hill and when half way up met four A LEADER LYNCHED. I The husband entered with i blood in ;3 15 P m...........SaufonL.........1 13; a m

from few friends were at his bedside. men, who, from tho description, I now Trouble Breaks Out Afresh in 3I1s'".sllpli. his eve. The police feared murder. 5 57 pm........Winter P.uk..11 53 p m
a know were the Brodie party. Three of Seven Negroes Killed. Five bluecoats went along to protect t fi; is} p m..........Orlaiulo..........11 40 p in ,
He was conscious almost to tho last the men had each a large package. One NEW Yom, Sept. U: .-A special to the gutlty pair. The wife was first en- "! "-;a P i.........KivJmmee.......10 50 p III

During tho day he recognized his wife, of the packages was round, like a hoopor The World from Coffeyville, Miss., countered. After expressing her joy at 10 IS: p m..........Tampa.......... 7 40 p m
..'c; some friends and an old colored servant baud, which was probably the steel says: Advices from Charleston Miss., I the appearance of her husband, she 10I P iii...Ar Port Tampa Lv_ h 50 P 111
)1Iei: who came on from Washington to see band around the top of Brodie's panta- last evening, report seven negroes killed kissed him, patted him on tho back Pullman Ilutlet Sleeping Cars between

.0 a:. him. loons. I did not give the matter much there Monday*and Tuesday. George presented him to Zabrinsky, and ar- Xt'York and Tampa, dail) Xo 2; stops
I As late as last Friday Mr. Cox was thought, but about twenty minutes Allen, who burned Ben Jamison's store ranged to return home_ with. him. at Ki--iulll1t'e: for supper. Nos. 14 ntHI".7

, preparing a speech on the now states, afterward, while standing at the top of in Leflore county, was carrred to ('onncctt Port Tampa with Plant Steaiu-
embodying his recent observations in the hill, I saw the same four men coming Grenada and hanged. The total number ------------------ -- >)hip! Line for Key Wot and Havana. Ships r
ft lit west for delivery Tuesday night back Instead of to tho sail from Port
the crossing over killed is now estimated at 100. Tampa: on Mondavs and
X1ay l fore the Judge Steckler association, sidewalk, they kept along the railing by hundays sou arrival of trains. Xo. 27
a Democratic club in Second avenue. I the bank in the shade of the bushes; 'irade With Mexico. i FOR $3,000. connects at Palatka Junction with the Florida -

a..m, The title of his lecture was "The Won I but I could plainly see that none of ST. Louis. Sept. 11.A dispatch from :i Southerr Hailwa)'.
:at, Members:: of the society metas them hud packages. After returning to the City of Mexico says: The :\Mexican I ELItiJi I.Y-1.OCATEI) I TKAIXSIET\VIKN
:e" appointed Tuesday evening at their the boat with my shipmates, wo talked Economist, the best authority of :Mexican : DELA.M Jusenoxs"

cps rooms, and sat about in gloomy groups, the matter over and wondered what the finance and statistics, gives some DKLAND.
god reading: with anxiety frequent bulletins packages contained and what was done facts and figures regarding the conditionof ORANGE GROVE LDeI..mul XoOl XoS9 XoS7 XoS XoS3

from Twelfth street, and at length the with tuem."A trade between Mexico and the United .JunctiJn..7:34p 10:45p: !:4. p 1 2:40p S::)ta
a4y news came that their friend had gone to little before 0(f Saturday morning States which are regarded as rather I Ar DeLaiuLlhUop 4Ni. :OOp 12:53p l>:o.jaAr
le:4 tho wonderland of which ho could tell the fireman, John Lally, was wheelingcoal startling, and which differ materially
them nothing. from the shoro on board the boat from those given out at Washington.It ON INDIAN RIVER, Deland XoS2 Xo84 XoSti XoSS Xolfc!
goy There wero many callers at the house when he saw four men coming down the says that in the fiscal year iy87-b the I .Jnnction. ::;-a 1_:I.jp ::!Up 4:15p; UKiOp:

m during tho day, and telegrams were received hill. About a third of the way from value of the exports from the United ., IN FIXE THRIFTY CONDITION 1., DeLandS:20a 12:00p ...051 4:00p 10:10n 1
from tho Turkish minister and tho bottom the road turns a half circle States to Mexico was, in American coin, Trains SS and 8l) run daily, all others

other well known men. and at that point Lally saw the four $19,204,073, or in Mexican money, $23- THREE HUNDRED &: FIFTY TREES daily except Sudday.
Mrs. Cox's brother, E. B. Buckingham men branch off into the bush.es. A few 680,237, and that the value of exports South J.'loridnt'comlUocluUoll..

- of Zanesville, 0., arrived in the moments afterward a Democrat wagonwas I from :Mexico to the United Stat'rt during Xu. 3-

paai: afternoon, as also did her sister, Mrs. driven down to the foot of the hill. I the same period was 631,059,220.: These Two Hundred! i:: Good. Bearing. 8 O a m...Lr Jacksonville Ar.i;Xo.45 0.

Hardenburg. It then turned around, went up to the figures arc regarded as the most accurate 9 3:$ a m...(. reen Cove p m
: About two years ago Mr. Cox had a turn iu the hill and stopper Laily I that have ever been obtained, and -- 10 2:: a m ...Palatka Junction Spring..5.. 44 p m
.4
kcal serious illness, from which it was not then called me, and we two stood on the show that exports from the United 50 p m
Ii) :&) a m..........Palatka...........4 4.
thought he would recover, and tho dock and saw the smaller man of the 'States to Mexico arc several millions WILL GUARANTEE A NET INCOME 11 17 a m........ JIuntin tun.. ......4 pm
of his wonderful into the without than heretofore stated either 00pm
edditbb recollection rally at party get wagon any larger byj 11 40am............Seville .........J:! Sl. m
that time, after the physicians had pro- help. Then the second man got in and Mexican or United States authorities. FROM PRESENT CROP, 12 tl4pm... DeLand p
nounced his case hopeless caused his I remarked that that was tho party I i Junction ...2 43 ji in
sqJ" friends to cherish a hope that tho same whom I had seen come down tho hifl Crimea ud C slllt1e*. : OF 10 PER CENT. ON PRICE. 12 48 p m... Orange City June ...2 27 pill

thing might happen again. with the packages the night before. I I Andy Hightower shot and killed his wife I'i 1 20pm......ArSanfofd Ly..1 55pm
between
\ Almost his last words were in regard "The second man who got into the I near Bessemer, Ala. Jealousy was the I Daily Jacksonville and Palatka;
-fa to the states of the great west and the wagon proceeded to pack the first in I! cause. I At DID ';;, daily except Sunday south of Palatka. Xo.
: plans which he had formed for advocating blankets. A couple of bundles were : Tramps fatally injured two brakemen 3 connects at Palatka with Fla. So. Ky.

the admission! of New Mexico and then thrown in and the other men got I who tried to put them off a train near Pitts- LOCK BOX 24(5( 'I'ITFSYIijLF1'1.ORh1).1. Jacksonville and SanfordC'OIU-
Wyoming at the next session of con- in. Then the blanketed man lay back burg. luodnholl.Xo. .

gress.A in the aims of his companion and the A dozen persons were injured in New York 9 .">
Xo.
7o
change which told of tho approaching wagon was driven up the hill. Before by an explosion of sewer gas. 3 50 III..LV Jacksonville
dal3k
. end took place early in the day, and, reaching tho top the captain's son I A boiler on the farm of J. W. Snider, halfa ------------ 5 44 p An.12 45; p m

in spite of his cheerfulness and bravo ef- passed down, and seeing the party was I mile east of C&rbondalo. Ill., exploded at 7 22 p ut..GreenCoveSpring..ll 40 a in
fort hold life sank told that Brodio had been taken noon; Monday killing four men.Personai. p m..Palatka Junction.....lU 45; a m
to to he gradually just
on '
!ion out of the river after W. R. KNOX 7 50pHi.........Palatka ........10 40 a m
? and even at 5 o'clock the doctors going over the '
S 50 .....
p m. ..Iluntington_...... U 5.\ inU
fills. four
death imminent that tho Only down the
thought so men came i m...........Seville. .... ...
:IIi household wero summoned to the bod- road and but four went back, beside the Pennsylvania Democrats nominated Edward -- P 1 is 37 a m
side. driver. The party were down the bank A. Bigler for state treasurer. 10 35 p m..Deland} .Junction... S 4'!.atu
aAe not to exceed twenty minutes, and the Mrs. James G. Blaine, Jr., has definitely House & Sign Painter 10 oo p m..Orange City June... i) 25 a m

Regret in Washington. point where they were: is fully three- decided to give up her histrionic aspirations 11 50 p in......Vr Sanford Lv..... S 05; a m
'?er WASHINGTON, Sept 14. Tho news fourths of a mile from the Horseshoe I to oblige her father-in-law, who has particu- IhiJexcl'pt Sunday.
ail of the death of Hon S. S. Cox falls which could be reached only by larly requested her not to appear on the :\0.78 connects at Palatka Junction with

was received nero Tuesday night climbing at least half the way on hands stage. Her health has not been very good of TriTSVILLK, FLA.Will Florida Southern Uaihvay.

1- by men of all parties with unfeigned repet and knees." Both Engineer Ross and late, but it was not on this account, as was Sanford and Lake Kustis! Itailuav.

msYndJ Ho has been a man of mark in Fireman Lally are well known here. I given out, that she has changed her plans.It LEAVE
ARRIVE
,-' National affairs since the Thirty-fifth is said that overtures have been made by
XO. 113 Xo. Ill Xo.
I congress. For many years there has PRINCE ARTHUR COMING.It i her husband toward affecting a compromise, Estimate or Contract for Painting 5:10 110 Xo 112
4:30:
m..Sinford..8:20
been no more prominent character on and that she is anxious to conciliate his p m a a 8:45 inn
61id the floor of the house. Everybody knew Is Hoped That Ills Visit Will Stimulate parents. anywhere on Indian River. 5:27.> m ,1.3\! m..Paola..7:511! a 8:22 put
him Loyalty in Cat ida. 5:50 p m 5:57 a m.Sorrento..7:34 a 7:40
and liked him. There pin
everybody John L. Sullivan
announces his intentionto
1,' wero few more industrious students or OTTAWA, Ont., Sept. 13.-The government I run for congress on the Democratic ticket Can do all kinds of Graining, eitherin 6:04 p III 6:17 a m.MtDora.7:22! a 7:20: I I'm

riper scholars either in the fields of literature hero announces that it has arranged in the Boston district. Oil or \rnterColorreprt'senting: Oak, 6:1(5 p m 6:30 a m.Ta.arl'S7:10 a 7:00 pmDailv

1 or of politics. He was a practical that his royal highness, the I John Grass, the Sioux chief, is convales- Ash CherrrVnlnl1t or Mahogany. except Sunday. X o. 113 connects
of who is at Sanford with AVtt India Fast Mail. Xo.
Connaught,
ba! worker for some of tho most important PUKO commander- cing. He was overcome by the heat and
:1
branches of the service suchas in-chief of the Bombay division of the in 110 connect at Sanford with Jacksonvilleand
public persisted swallowing kerosene oil in order 1 -- ----- -- -- --- -
Iblp the census and the life saving service. British army of India, will return to to reduce the swelling in the throat, Wood-Filling & Hard-Oil Finishing. Sanford accommodation for i>oints
... Ho was one of the readiest and most England in March next. He will travel which caused the dangerous hemorrhages. North.

orcible debaters on the floor, and one home via China, Japan and Canada, Indian River Express.Xo. .
I f the quickest and keenest at lassinqthrong..! Ottawa, and proba- Forei gn. PAPER HANGING 27' Xo. 78
'partee. His wit was in some respects bly making a short stay in Canada's The Turkish ministry of war has ordered 1 00 m..Lv. Jacksonville An.12 45
p. in
nisfortuno, and of late years ho felt it capital.The I 100,000 Manser repeating rifles, to be ready 2 40 iii...Palatka Junction...10 45 p
p m
be so, since whenever ho rose to doo to object 01 Prince Arthur's visit is I in a .month for distribution among thetroops. .alson:1iniD.g: : :! 48 p m..........Palatka..........10) 40 p p m
promote a friendly feeling between
J. grove matters to which ho had I :3 42 p m..Se"ille........... 9 37 p ni
m exhaustive study, he often failed Canada and tho mother country. Some Five thousand steel workers in Wales
ANDSTENCIL 4 20 ..Dc .
eating tho deserved impression be- time ago it was announced that the I threaten to strike. They demand an advanceof pm. Laml Junction. 8 40 p m
4 57 ......
m..Enterprhe. 8 04
p
Canadian had extended 10 cent in p m
a his audience expected to be enter- government an per wage
dl with lighter matter. He was one invitation to the Prince of Wales for the I Mrs. Maybrick has been removed from WORK,I 6 50 p m..Ar Titusville I v... 6 00 a m

ao best parliamentarians on the purpose of stimulating the feeling of the infirmary in the Woking prison, and Daily except Sunday. Steamers leaveTi-

I- ..... While he was a partisan, still hem loyalty in the country. Prince Arthur's ''I'' now occupies a solitary cell ANTIQUE AND MOSAIC tu.sville daily except Sunday, for all ioint.t
broad senses a National proposed visit is the outcome of repeated -, Searle defeated O'Connor in the boat race. to Indian River u far south as Melbourne
Ulany
requests and invitations. The Germans have blockaded Saadani, at 0:00 a m. Steamers leave Melbourne
valuable
M1'Md ant1d ie will a very bo universally public missed,serv-and I Zanzibar, and fighting is expected. G-1ass 3t1ii131g: : Monday/: Wednesdays and Fridays at 5:00

tho t ring for him will be sincere r AC NG STARVATION.Four Emperor William was serenaded at Dres- a m for all points south as far as Jupiter,
smo I For Decorating ':-:. Dwellings t with for Juno and all
litical friends and political 1 dan Sunday by 12,000 citizens. The en- connecting ten stage
Mdy ppns alikaHucapeil Hundred Miners Hurled In Alaska thusiasm manifested by the people was re- :\uIa11 Public Buildings: landings; on Lake ""orth.

--- Beyond Hope of Rescue. mAr Ah1 Halifax Hirer Express.Xo. .

SAN FRANcISco Sept 12.-In a few 'I Another woman was found murdered in Special attention to all iii ide Finish 27 No. 78
from Jollei. weeks possibly the country may hear ac- London Tuesday morning.
ing. 1 00 p m..Lv Jacksonville Ar_l2 45 m
.Ji. JOLIE1U. Sept. 12.-Edward stone counts of terrible anti Although Crete is p
the
privation perhaps becoming quiet, )
a burglar 2 4i P ui....:1r } :\ Lv..lO 40 l' m
!. .nt up for eight years from death among a party of 400 miners. porte will raise the number of troops Very Respectfully. :3 00 m..L Palatka Ar.- 35

111I'If for;' "5on:ud Henry Miller, sent up They are locked up in the black wilderness stationed there from 30,000 to 40,000, and 6 00 p p m..........Ormond.......... 6 tip p It III m
ff-from Waukegan, escaped of Alaska and believed to be without several war ships will guard the island.
from 6 2o .....Ar Davtona Lv.- 00
15 W. R. KNOX. p m a m
of rifcison last night. A reward food. Sunday a woman received
:: Labor Notet. Daily Sunday.For .
, ---- -- ---- -- except
- -----
cedJ the G.rod for the recapture of from her son a letter written nearly a
'lit men ana ofiier j ji The strike in London has demoralized the additional times stations not named
largo force of prison It brief and "I
ago. was ran: am
c11s are out year gear shipping interests at Montreal. The freight above, and for general information, applyat
them. The convicts
, With i alive, mother, but am buried under THE GLORY Of MANSTRENGTH.VITALITY ''
two ticket ofiice.
"
othe depots are overflowing with perishable city
were attending Woo'i- the snow and ice far up on the Yukon :
' Rine which rut the freight, and no vessels are there. Tickets on sale at City Ticket Office, No.
stone
saw in charge river. The party originally left !
'rj of an officer id a foreman. Under Juneau with the of be- Miners along the Iowa Central and ToLedo 95 West: Bay street and at Union depot.
cover of dark purpose going Peoria and Western railways struck J. A. LAKXERD, G. D. ACKERLV,
the the 7 slipped out of yond that post Within this valley How Lost! How Regained,
; engine for an advance of ten Gen. Pas- .\ .
r huoks root auf with ropes and there is a village composed of 400 men cents per ton. Supt. ::t.D.

fortY-foot attached oanaged to scale the who have already passed one winter in The Fire Record. J I TH ENCE r F. JACK, General Manager.

Iff r aW In wall ftd escape before an the terrible solitude. They were pro' Fire in Laird & Norton's lumber yard at JI

;,I IJ. esca Ae could from the l>o gfen.pjson in This many is the years.first visioned for one year. property.Winona, Minn.Insurance, destroyed$1iO.500.i $300OOO., worth of I li Iff THE

Indiana White Caps: Again at Work. !
Cremate In 1>> '11011. i Linkville, Ore., had a $160,000 fire.
i NEW
[
M HtrIS, COKYDON, Ind., Sept 12.-Joseph I DRUG STORE
J. da y 1ll0rnllll.a roN, ll..Ya., Sept. 12.Mou- Rogge was flogged by a band of WhiteCaps A FUNERAL INSTEAD OF A WEDDING.An .

, fiin g. colore. eAfmute named Charles as he was returning from a meeting KNOWTHYMTHE
;; nil 0., for "ts arrested at Proctor- of the Knights of Honor lodge at Aged Alabimian Expires at the Hour SCIENCE OF LIFEA Has on hand a Fine Assortment of

Iii- and Jerkinbhi asau1 n hail on horseback Mauskport Saturday night. Ho was accused -I Set; for His Marriage. I Scientific and Standard Popular Medical Treatise

-- arrested and taker, off. Tho elute was of mistreating his wife and was BIRMINGHAM Ala., Sept. 10.JamesL. on the Errors of YonthPrentatnreDecline,Nervousand FRESH DRUGS.
Lip. When ho had i to Wen\ ie village lock- given a very severe lashing. Three of I Barnhill of Ashland, Clay county, Physical Debility,Impurities of the Blood.BHAUSTEDYl'MlITY.

11'I hour an alarm of fire 4heh abort an knights were with him when I I died at 8 o'clock last Thursday night, .
" hose company responded pilS/iv Tho the White Caps met him in the road, the hour appointed for his wedding. Also, SPECIFIC REMEDIES. liUARAX-

when it arrived the buildl, but and they were ordered to advance a Barnhill was over 70; Sears old, and was TEED TO CURE the Diseases for which
flames, and the prisoner coull 1 1 is in short distance, which they did. The one of the most prominent citizens of UNTOLD MISERIES they are Keconmiended.IK .

rescued. He was found aft not be flogging then proceeded and the three II the county. A snort time ago he be- AlTER CLING ANY O}' THEM, YOU

Ift burned to death. The supposik'on.rwa.d. spectators offered no resistance. came engaged to Mrs. Dora Clayton, a I I I Keialting from Folly,Vice,Ignorance,Excesses or i ARE :SOT m.tTI'u'IED WITH THE RESULT,
that he set fire to the bed is I widow about 40 years old. Overtaxation, Enervating and unfitting the victim YOUR MONEY WILL HE CHEERFULLY RE-
clothing.
Retired Cincinnati Merchant t'ulrides.CINCINNATI for Work,Business,the Married or Social Relation. .
Locked I Great preparations were made for the Avoid unskillful pretenders. Possess this FUXDED.We
In I 12. John Doescher great
a Burning Sept ,
ATCIIIsON Dwelling. wedding, which-was to have taken place work. It contains 300 pages,royal8Yo. Beautiful have no cure-alls but a different -
Frende flan, Sepl 12. John the well known retired candy: manufacturer I Thursday night at S o'clock. Wednesday binding,embossed,full cut. Price only $1.00 by Keuitth for Each Class of Disease
1, a farmer living near here, be.I living at St Bernard suicided at''1 Barnhili bought a marriage license man,postpaid,concealed in plain wrapper. Illustrative for Affections of the Liver, Lungs, Heart

, came locked.his insane Saturday afternoon. He r 1 p. in. :Monday: ; by shooting: himself i! and Thursday he was suddenly taken, distinguished Prospectus author Free,Wm.,if H.you Parker apply,now.M. D.,The received and Kidneys ; for Female Complaints; and

ti.: thehou&e wife and three children in i :n the tcplt 1ale. He expired Instantly. j very ill. A large number of guests had the GOLD AND JEWELLED MEDAL also Ointments for Eczema, Ringworm,
and set fire to it The woman {I He was about 69, and leaves a wife and been invited and from the National Medical Association for Tetter and other Diseases of the Skin.
and they began to arrive
i l children window escaped by means of a j i I foir children. Deceased was subject to j early in the afternoon. At the hour PHYSICAL this PRIZE DEBILIT ESSAY on lT.Dr.Parkerand NERVOUS corps and Give them a trial and you will not l-c

The houSe to the house of n absent-mindedness and melancholy, i appointed for tho wedding Barnhill of Assistant Physicians may be consmlted, confidentially disappointed.
and contents were and On several occasions wandered away ,- by mail or In person, at the office of
breathed his last
!3' destrye lnil. tended bride, surrounded by the in-I whom all
- He made his No.4 Bnlflneh St.,Boston,Dlaas. to
,
life. two previous attempts on i j bidden to the wedding. orders directed for u above.books or letter for advice should be TITUSVILLE, FLA. 7


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1J: J 1: THE FLORIDA STAR. WEDNESDAYS SEPT. IS 1SS9. =----_ t:


I 4 j jCOCHR.UOSJ F r Grand Jury Pre. eDhntn
i Blair's Blair. ,
of
I
Business men
of such"e3l L
fit
is impossible to have a good town i: In Circuit Court, Seventh J
1' FLORIDA STAR. 1 utterly : New York Philadelphia, and other I PA., Sept 4, 9. Ci-
government unless] the officers are upheld ; cUlt of Florida, Erevan
Florida Florida Star: muT-Fai
markets cannot rich out of : Editor
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY.ELHS and sustained by the people. grow of !Sth is an article Term, 1S9.
issue August
f They are In
without to us. 1 your
The of in our town has, 1 fruit poverty Permit me I To ffoMnilt John D. &r&
i position mayor with the above heading. j e. jfe
(S B. W AGERjit3r ai Pnbmt.C f. so far, been environed with many difficulties -' business men. and good business men to to reply briefly. I consider it an out- aid C rut: "

: i experiences -: themselves ; but their good business i oa'the truth and the women of the !
1.50 p-; Annum. and many disagreeable raze We, the Grand Jury of,uric' c_
backward* toward I will take _
do not shoot north therefore reply. up
that it is difficult to qualities ,
much
so have the bo
so said
; I term or to
order. ar
at TitusrilUuMatter. ; This far-afFlorida, and we are sure of noth- your author's points in !II
Pot Office that position. .
Enlfredattht I get anyone to accept and ,. i 1. The whiskey question is not one of submit to your Honor err rsentmeat eye- .
StroTCIlM I: is not as it should be, and the blame : ing but charges, commissions rot state rights. No be has a right to do !!I as follows: ,

:. lies a: somebody's door. Let each of us : Now the Florida Orange Growers Unionis i wrong; and the whole whisker business i: We find the disposition -A ue ,
THE STAE w the OFFICIAL newspaperfor andtry the promising bo-h. to become is "Look thou not upon the :
t in all its bearing wrong.
: look at the matter of this to be in favor of
is alco- ; county ;
Brevard countv.The it
when
when red'
it is ta.
i find where the trouble lie*. Havethe : this one sensible man, that is to arrangeall I wine
to cution of the la1aLd for Jishment
holic. p
and he is a Floridian I J "''
whole this for
u=
"t Star hal the Largest circulation citizens of Titusville done their : all there is in ; '. How is national prohibition to be i of those who! are guilty l ..
of any paper on the East coast of Fla. duty towards their mayor? Let each citizen, and we will set carried if state prohibition is not first secured :! violations of law ; hence crime M

one ponder well and answer the questionfor the orange that belongs to us, which is i ? I never knew a man to ask that !! decrease.We eatfc

A SQUARE one inca in space; 24 suareemake himself. Now. who shall we elect : all we want .cake us rich and prosperous question who desired prohibition at all.When .
kill all examined the
have buuka
the Irishman propo-ed to cf i
a col am a.Fora4TertI 1 oScers individualand as a State. The :
t in rates enquire of the Editor i for our next mayor and other town a? the hornets of a certain large ne=t he County Judge. who i* al-o :be J
> ? the confidence of ; :i
s &lwav enclosing a two cent stamp. : ? This is a vital question, and each .. Fruit Exchange owns : prayed that they come one at a time. Probate, and and everyikbr
:
that the largest shippers in the State. I say The is the Irishman the :
one of us will have :o answer ques- I: whiskey power with his ofice ktptih
because four years' management -I stateare the hornets Whenever a single
it. by
The Cattle. tion for himself and Income partially nfpontiUf owns !
deluge-of and order. We 'lades- .
I rise above the neatness ,
:o
small of fruit it state proposes
(Dtdkat&l to a kin -WrTCtrt9 o/nmunify.) for the fitness of our new offi i of the amount I whiskey the whiskey power of the whole that many valuable; Uocuaeni: '* ire Win
is how shall l lI ; handled. i: has won it and will hold i: and sinks it. ;
The next question it
cers. United States centers on safe
down : Jones private gad
fence Judge fx
What h it knocks our somewhat din- : Yours respectfully, be successful in attempting -
f we select them This is I' It would not so
in
e"enwalk town I i of the is-u3d-eacy of
r" And ruins account tons a
shrub citizen W. H. Siw i i:. to sink the whole United States
What is it eats rarest cult to answer, but if every good i the
_
safes
a par tree rub? willmtt I 3. He says: "If prohibitionists generally the belonging :o county Ve
sides youngshade Titusville
i And with their The cattle. and property owner in I had confined themselves to aa attack therefore, recommend that the :t:.=

I bide 11 together and in a proper spirit I The Liquor Question. on the saloons alone many thoughtful : mooted vault be bull a* soon as

a .1 t'' Who ruin, with horn, hoof both and far and wide? C3.lmldi5Cu.S: the matter and select Miccx, Sept, 2,1 SC*. I men would have joined them. but in order to better preserve fret
Whatever they please all ot
Who chase our children for their lives i their best men for town officers there can : LlitJJr Florida Star: I alcohol when they, except attempt as !a o prohibit medicine, and ue to : by Lire the many valuable uxr :.

s And terrify young maid* and wives cattle. I be but little difficulty in having a good. Your reason*, as given in the STAR of force their views down our throats. ri tt which of necessity come into tie. caster.
The thepeople I
i strong town government, and one Augu-i 25th, for the overwhelming majority arms (by main force), every independent of the Judge of Probate.

4: Each night our porches they infest can be proud of. The next question recorded in favor of the suppression minded man will be inclined to re-: We would speak in term? of
To murder sleep and rob our rest ; bel.:' This is the the whiskey i d
the just
'I is. will they accept positions assigned in this two way
of the saloon county
Fall an oath they make us swear, i men talk up here in Pennsylvania, dation of the recently connceddi !

t These many t.,edfiend_*with coats of hair them If they can do so without I years since would not, did we not know though they have no thought of joiningthe I. Court, presided over by the Hca
The cattle. detriment to their individual intr't* it is otherwise favorable as I rank* and never had. It
one
i impress very temperance = :i Minor s. Jones. We believe tin 3.
And must this always be our plightTo surely the duty which every good citizen : to the intelligence of the community at is the last thing they would do. They a loag-felt
fully supplies Rutunder ai
and night he talk that here to keep others court
in which
be tormented day owes to the community large or Titusville in particular, as you way up
the administration of u &t
half-a"-dozen men i from voting against the saloon. I
Because some
lives public duty required -
to perform
Care but for tlf and will not pen every i put it. I take exceptions, however to 4. He objects to rant in Senator Blair, ; judge and an efficient 5Vliei rt we 1*.
Their cattle. of him for the good of that com I The citizens of little but
: this mode of reasoning. then rants himself, and does liege that offenders can be more

& munity. Select a good mayor, good: i our county I take it, are a reading people rant. Witness the following: 'I would I
than pier
councilmen and marshal-men remind friend that abler men than! I ill brought to j justice z : eI
entire editorial a good I and follow in the read of what your
WE yield almost our can I
Senator Blair have been moderate drinkers. methods which formerly obtained, si
i thue to afford room for who will do their duties fearlessly and i< pkcearound them, and of what
in taking have
; would
He
4,, pace Sublime argument. at much less expense to the tax-jajes.
several excellent communicationthat without fear. favor or affecrion-and let I has been said and all that has been writ- this question decided on the ground of We find the County Clerk's boob bft

were crowded out last week. the people who placed- them in that position -'! ten of the baneful effects of the saloon ability rather than on the around of I and basiaeir.ib
and sustain them. and we : Brigham Young wasa in a most satisfactory
uphold on any community where, by law, goodness. Probably i

THE Tun'Union. of I last Saturday says"Transport I will have a good, strong town government j it is allowed to work and permeate society -, greater man: than some men who oppose is- : manner, but would urgently Com reooi i.4
therefore polygamy Board of
County
polyamy, that the
t
a Patagonian to Iceland and l ; but if the people do not intend to with its deadly influence. Why, sir. t right and ought to be made common in furnish the clerk with a general dsei
s ', do not sustain them it will be a public injustice -; and read ,
he would die in a d3y. e see take up any paper you please all the states.. .. index.
R 1 why he should. The climate of Patagonia to place them in office. Then let us I! of its achievements. For instance, give -Your- author clinches- the nail by citing -!i and mortgage

and be- have a good, strung town government j! of a number of prominent name of the The County Treasurer's accocat* tt
and Iceland are similar, we the readers of the STAR an account I
thinks he does. We have one and carefully; k c.
past, or found to be exact
liege the native of one would be well and let each and all of us determine to : the execution a few days since, as detailed prominent minister i in the north who advocates I &J ..wica1.
sheriifs books neat
The are
I adapted to the other. Perhaps the sustain them to the best of our abilit -.I in the Tim'*-t:i+ion, Jacksonville, moderate drinking, but he is a *

"great and OOd" did not intend to compare Hoping these few desultory remarks which took place in that city of Bill drinker himself. and we call him the : .

the climatic condition There will have some effect in the selection of Westmoreland for the murder of his I Rip Vanwinkle of the 19th century. From the County cuperintea&at of
Why was it, my friend, that you had togo Schools we find the county icboob la i
and them ,
be something else in Iceland which our new officers give more I wife while under the influence of the! cite
may I back for those names? Why not ; condition and a credit ia&
w fatal to the Patagonia moral support than some of their predecessors deadly destroyer, which spares neither many names of the present day? The i flourishing

., have had, I am age nor sex. Let us have his dying testimony time was when the number of call a I county, and we compliment the scjca-
t minister of the could make in tendent Mr. Sams. on hu eackscy sdi
gospel
Dr. Wilson on Our Town Gov Respectfully, 1 when about to be launched into 31
day was determined by the number of j
s ernment. B. R. WILSON. t the effects of the left success.
of as
eternity cup
stand.
had I
drinks he could for he to and the eaisurrounding
examined the
We jail g
Editor Florida Star: .. '!I a warning to all who in anywise are drink at every house or give mortal offense !
to .\
Your editorial entitled *Our Town Captain Sharped Reply" I addicted to frequent the saloon to take' but the world has learned better. i it, and find that :1prM

Grower. 6. The attack the respectable women menu can be made consequently re m-
on
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Government is a step in the right direction heed lest they come to a like untimelyend. ,
To th* Dlitor of the Florida Star: of the north. He includes the women i ommend that great care and strict a}
II The editor of the Time-Union facetiously -
to be hoped '
and it is devoutly
I
of the south as well, but for them ted''
ME. EDITOR My attention has been remarks that the crime was tention toe paid to cleanliness, .
C that every citizen of Titusville will give I cannot speak, but I will venture the assertion -
aai
the subject his earnest attention and ma.1' called to the remarks of "A Grower in ; perpetrated under the influence of cheap that there were thousands of i the prisoners and the building I

ture deliberation before casting his vote I the STAR. He says 'he sees I want a I whiskey.; Let us pause here. Is anytrhi.her good, pure, refined respectable woaien surrounding ground We recoass:

,' in the approaching municipal election. fight," and I see he needs light ; but I cheap when it leads to such mothers touch, taste-in nor the handle south the who abominable did not I that the male and female pr..OWl

As president of your Board of Aldermen suspect that he is not as ignorant as be crimes that are being committed everyday stuff before the war. Your author probably t kept in their separate apartments

I have been painfully conscious of would have us believe. It is to be: hoped I I under its guise? speaks for his own mother; I can further recommend that a good aad i

the and perplexing difficulties that he will not throw his oranges 'in I How closely results follow in the wakeof speak for mine and for tens of thousands stantial drinking water cistern be
I
which many constantly arising in administering the way"-the foolish way. There is a the saloon, which is again brought to of the best of mothers in Pennsylvaniaand strutted ; also a covered way: be t
are
mule
and him I
;
surrounding states, ,
; the government of our young but commission man and a bushel of cards the bar of an enlightened public opinionfor they haying seen the direful results on I between the cook-room and the jiH;

rising town, and these difficulties must for every man and woman who grows judgment and must plead guilty. It their neighbors, would lothe to touch it. that the jail be better t'e:1illsed I

constantly arise from time to time and oranges in the State. and as many possible is a matter of rejoicing to hear that the The respectable mother the North who that the yard be enlarged.We .

ri the markets. Each one runs business citizens of Brevard drank even moderately was the rare ex- find that the are pr
must be met in the future as well as are being strengthened poor
I ception and not the rule. I consider the '
4 its hook' and hook is the bijr-- in their soe-i resolutions for and earnestly recommend
past, hence we need men in our city- on own I to vote attempt to make voters in the south b) ,

government who \\illpermit nothing but gent thing connected with some of them.A I against the revival of the saloon. Let no attacking the women of the north cow- aged poor now oa the count; reds--

K the well-being of our town and their own Jrol"a to 'hook an orange iso t sophistry emanating from those who favor ardly. If the liquor traffic cannot standon cents per day.

duty in the premises to influence them make it rot, and a good way to make it t the saloon deter them in this, remembering its merits without drabbling the garment We tender to the Stale's o& oar
of the of the ear
in their actions; then let u> think well rot is to ship it without system or con their responsibility: in the premises in its slums it pure ought women to die md country it will thank s* for his attention, and :

before we act in this matter and ee that tract. Four dollars for 13 boxes. Manhood and the far-reaching effects on posterity I dieLt it die. and peace to its ashes. Honor we desire to express:: OQ.-p.--eO-

neither personal nor mercenary motives mean power. What redress had of how they exercise their franchise I expect soon :o make my hose on Indian ation of your clear and exhaustr5***"*

influence us in the selection of the men he? Where does his "SAV so" come in? I Shall the march of progress and the well River hence my interest in that ROBEET C. MAY, j"
section hence desire Florida
; to
see
to control our town government. It i5 i Orange growers cannot assert that theyare I being of the community which I trust my
what it should be-a safe place in whichto MJJ.TOXG EOn:&. GEO. P.
per
an old and trite saying that "the office men. with rights as other .men in I we all have at heart be retarded and the rear children and in which to livf J. M. BROKE, diAEU .w,:.
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should seek the man. not the man the business have unless they have a say so" I hands on the dial be turned back by us: Respectfully, J. A. )MILLER THOS.J.iT

office." 1 in their bu ine:, afiairThey cannot I I hope not. There should be no retro- J. T. CRUMRIXE. F. A. CHAPPFJ.L C. Cif'.CK.
H. C. CA .IDEYV.. J.
For councilmen we want clearheaded have this without a contract, and they : gade movement, but let onward acd upward .1T1I.
J. W. CAKLILE, T. W.
business men and pro erty-holde :, becau cannot have a contract unless they con- i be our motto till a world redeemed THE storm of last week was very destructive J. C. 51U W. F. A. ?tros,

j r >e men who have been most successful solidate. A multiplicity of independencies -. from the curses of the intoxicating cap along the Jersey, Maryland and GEO. F. E. :;.

in the management of their own in the shippers exercising their I hall with shouts acclaim their freedom I Delaware coast. Many millions of dollars

ik 4- business affaire are beat qualified for "Judgment" as they please, and a multiplicity : How much more pleasant the reflection worth of property was destroyed, ....... J....

such positions and less liable to make of independencies of consignees i as we retire to our couch at night;, and many of the finest peach orchards ia What is the useson's of conlaiat hen mace s- } Go!

t mistakes in the business affairs of a com or markets selling and making return a. 1 to know that we have done something Delaware were utterly ruined-not a Quinine Tonic fail to will cure.cure PC* ;*JC- and. Wi

r; munity. Our city government ha, so far: they please, with a multiplicity of transportation J toward the amelioration of the conditionof I single tree being left standing in some cheerfully refunded if W are B*% 41

', been largely experimental, but our ordinances line* charging and overcharging some one who has been a worshiper at! cas-s. Eleven vessels were driven ashoreat -

ff taken as a whole! will compare what they please, and exactly in this Bachus: and in some way brought to I' the Delaware breakwater alone. The fied.Johnson's
I sum of $30,00) has been for Tonic is* 3pllidper'i
,, favorably with those of any other town keeping with each other, and representthe this desolate home a ray of hope to aid; the sufferers on the Jersey appropriated coast by those and: Appetizer. Try it .

in Florida of I less than 5t(*lJ inhabitant present condition of the Florida orange it may be. a disconsolale wife or mother I having the distribution the John with It., don't pay for i- .

and if they are properly enforced we are growers in which the poor grower who have been imploring the divine interference town relief fund. t FJ
Xo
Arsenic, Q-iaine ;
't bound to have a good town government occupies the 3rd position, and he sees it. in behalf of their loved ones, t a and no big doctor's no jitt0 J"" .ti 1
Are Ol1.I3.de bIe .
l rus T by isdigwtocr Cctif
prt, and ultimately a prosperous little town. His folly has taught him a lesson. At i when heretofore they may have had reason t patton, Diriness. Loa cf Appetite. Yellow Slia) son', Chill and Feyir >for i. pik*

The present council found the machinery the Leesburg and Palatka meetings of to exclaim from the apathy or indifference -,,5Ca I sLiloh's* Gr Viulizer r, TitosnU u*positive, na.I Carp. Sold by Dick cures or no chats is mar

of government far from perfect when orange growers brain began to consoli t of those who might have helped I 50 cent?. _

assumed control of the town date. One one and one t The E T. Go. IL T t fer. of Ikrarbos, lad sass: : ---
they government cause purpose I them. 'is there none to pity, none tosave Bot5 myself acid wife owe our LTW to Shiloii'. atlll UJ sOur -

,and although they have worked advantage began to dawn. The dear I !"' Let not conscience upraid uf uiucption i ie,na. cart'' bolclbj Dic&soa Grer.. 11U1ST sthous i \t.tbe

faithfully in the interests of the people, right -to ship as I please" began to I any longer. Remove every temptation CJndiow. -

i they will leave, probably, many inper- merge into one right as the light came ; as far as we can out of their way by our .Catarrh A Slant Eeaedr.Iaj :tcr Price free with:30 cent e ch bottle Soil by of Dickson Shiloh'i ----&-- .

fection to be overcome by their successors and to-day'\"e have a management whichcan : influence and vote and labor for the removal 4 Grey,Titemile, Hi.Heb3 Eupepsj.7kai'

in office. I controll transportation lines and I of this blight of liquor traffic .. i what you ought to bfsctSOU ?"Irk
etF
which is devastating so many homes from Ucks: Ustzse aai frmjrtct perfume. must have it. to fully I
j The people, who are the sovereigns, market Its organization. is extendingand the fair escutcheon of our otherwise Price TitsrrilJe 25 and, na.50 eect Said bj Dickscc & tirey, Th'usand3 are ieSrchmg for it .

when they delegate the authority to govern spreading all over the State and highly favored land. nxmrnin*:because they dud it flOe-.YC Lands

a them to a few men should exercise every man is a ked to accept its advant I E. J. NESBIIT. Shiloh' Care will teaedately' rBTe Croup, upon thousands of -
Whooping Cough and Cronchiot. Sold by Did.toaGn1. by our people ill:rnd
their clearest and best judgment in the ages. If all the fruit in the State was A. Titajnll,F.I. pent annually attain thiJ booa Jd
r' hat; they may st_
s choice of those men,and should endeavor raised and owned by one sensible man, BucklenN .\. Salve. For Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint you lute it may& had by alL We tee t

.4 to select those who are fitted to the position what a beautiful system of handling, I THE BEST SALVE in the world for Cuts, printed ftsanstee on every bottle of ShI:h's ftUlizer. Electric Bitters, if used secon'Jecdons ?* ..
It never fail to cure. Sold by DjcUca JtI and the use persLed
Bruises, Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum. Fever

and it is imperatively necessarywhen carrying and marketing we would see, Grey.TitzunE FirShitoh'a I estlon and sass
Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chilblains : bring you Good D .J '" ,
elected, that the people who placed and how immensely rich he would be- and htsll1n-
.: Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, Catarrh Remedy- pocitive core: for Ca demon dyspepsia ttd 1
them in that position should sustain come; and he would be a Floridian who and positively cures Piles or no pay re Urrb.Dipt&eriJi. and Canker Xooth. Sold by Did pepsy. We recommend EltetrlCe 111-

them and give them their earnest cooperation would pocket the money. It would be t quired. It is guaranteed to give petted tt son &Grey.TitcmHe.Fix. for dyspepsia and all ::_ I
satisfaction, or money refunded. Price er, stomach and Udnej ldt'Grsft
l and advice and be as lenient: the State of FIuid.in tea<1 of some ; 25 box. For sale Dixon S Why will rOD cough when Shilch's. Cere will give and 81.00 bottle by Dixon
t cents per by :: mediate: relief? Price M cu 50cts and S 1. Sold per i
.as possible: to their imperfections, for it other State that would receive the bene I Grey. 1019. by Dkioa 4 Grer.TnuSTiIf',FU. druggist I


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THE FLORIDA STARWED\ESDaY, SEPT. 18: 1889. j

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Lake Worth. EDWARD STILING. ALBERT A. TAYLOR.s .

Cool and pleasant, but a little dry. 1
19 Wants.
Mr'. Wash. Jenkins and child arrivedon STILJJXrGT: -Y-LC>R.


the 23rd. Cocoa, Indian River, Florida
The Mary B. arrived from Jackson- -0-

ville on the 9th. DEALERS IN .

Barton& Dimick are working up about J.S.WATSON&CO

il4m fifteen bushels of guavas a day at their .,

,: factory crea e.Amongst. and the crop i is still on the in- FORWARDING Hardware Crockery Stoves Tinware

!Osr \
other improvements C. C. ,

.JIll.tt Hnight has made on his east side place is

. good substantial concrete seawall all AND AGATEWARE.Paints .
a
AND COMMISSIONMERCHANTS
along the lake front of the place.
'fc. Oils, Glass and rutty, .
t Uncle Sam's employes seem to "take a = -_ TABLE and POCKET CUTLERY,

10. tumble" occasionally as well as us more
Plumbers' and Mill -
6t+ ordinary mortals. This time it was into BARBED WIRE
the water instead of into his boat, andas ,
he got wet up to his neck-oh my! Supplies, '

ain't we all sorry. WIRE NETTING
,

brass There and is string some band talk on of the organizing lake, with a TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA Doors Sash Blinds WIRE ,'

Prof. Bod well as leader, and its entire and CLOTH .
oL membership made up of local talent, of -:0--
which there is plenty, provided they can r
f, be brought together.The WE WANT BRICK, LIME, CEMENT, G-I.D..S: ,

:Ii( mango tree on the Brelsford place:,
which was mentioned in these items some THE CONFIDENCE OF THE PEOPLE. SHINGLES and LATH. r1i1I11-L:1 ITIO\,

time ago as having probably 800 man- # FISHING TAl'KLE.
goes on, began ripening its fruit July WE WANT
15th and the last one was picked Sept.
the about You to be sure to Come and See Us Ship Cb..aZ1d1ery moods '
6th making season tevcn ,
weeks. By actual count there were 1,107 When you come to town.
tqq mangoes on the tree. Agents for ALABASTIXE, the permanent coating for walls and ceilings ; For Chattahooga Plow Company -
Editor Metcalf arrived down from WE WANTTo s plows and cane mills ; Planet Jr. farm tools.

Melbourne on the 10th for a short stayat Talk to You.
this seaside summer resort. He will Gauze Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasolene Stoves, Coffins and Caskets.

combine a little business with WE WANTTo
6b his probably pleasure if he can find time for it Work With You. ARTESIAN WELL PIPE A. SIPECI. \...LITY.

during his stay. Come again, Guy, a Catalogues, sample cards and size lists sent free upon application. Correspondence solicited and
little later, and we will cut a melon in estimates
WE WANTTo furnished prompt]} .
honor, etc.Regular.
erg meeting of the Lake Worth Post You on the Markets.
STILING & TAYLOR.
L4W Horticultural Society at J. T. Earnest'son
the 7th. The subject for the day was WE WANTTo aA _"

1. the pineapple, the opening paper on Ship For You and See to Your Shipments L. C. OLIVER. F. T. UprGE.OLIVER .
which was read by George A. Gale. That here.
=:fit :
he was very friendly to this luscious
m.f fruit no one could doubt after hearingthe WE WANTTo <&, ELJ"'DGE
paper read. lIe is one of the earliest ,
:II'es growers of this fruit on the lake, hencehe either Buy or Handle most of the
. could and did give many reliable Fruit and Produce of this sectionof Dealers in
points in regard to its culture. After the the country.
paper came the discussion, which, from
L'I its beingtaken part in by all present andat WE WANT GEORGIA PINE LUMBER

" greater length than any former one, ,
showed that the subject was one of par- You to Know, if we cannot Buy Your

,ticular interest to all. After deciding to Products, We Can Ship it for You. SHINGLES AND LATHS.
a.i hold the next meeting at the Cocoanut

: Grove Hotel the meeting adjourned.SAM.. WE WANT .

21 You to help us to make Titusville a G-EJXrER..AL :I-iWARE:
die ,
The Invalid's Hope. distributing point for the Productsof

dam Many seemingly incurable cases of the river, and sell our
blood poison,catarrh, scrofula and rheumatism Products hTP'VE'VANT Sash Doors and Blinds ; Stoves Tinware and Crockery."Refrigerators
have been cured by B. 1$. u. .
Botanic Blood Balm), made by the
Blood Balm Co., Atlanta. Ca. Write to
R them for book filled with convincing I In fact to save you money, and can do it P AIJXrTS AJXrD OILS,

proof.G. if you will help us.

Y liu...W....*B._Haider/'In ..,...living t1Aa. ikPrti.seven nn miles.+.,....1 Water Coolers, Ice Cream Freezers
years I suffered with running ulcers \VEV.ANT ,

which doctors treated and )pronounced i You to know we are headquarters for. Screen Wire Screen Windows Screen-Wire
incurable. A single bottle of B. B. B. Doors.
did me more good than all the doctors.I Vegetables, Crates, etc. .
kept on using it and every ulcer healed."
D. C. Kinard &; Son, Towaliga, Ga., WE WANTTo POWDER AT NEW YORK PRICES.
writes: **We Induced a neighbor to try
li. B. B. for catarrh, which he thought Sell you your Orange Boxes and TITUSVILLE
incurable, as it had resisted all treat Orange Wraps, and will do it if you FLORIDA.
ment. It delighted him, and continuing --------------
will come to see us.
its use he was cured sound and well" I C1yd.
II.M. I.awsonEast Point, Ga., writes: Steam Launch Eleanor S-teaD1Ship Oo
WE WANT o
'My wife had scrofula 13 years. She I
kept growing worse. She lost her hair You to know that we arc Agents for the 37 Feet 7 1-2 Beam New York, Charleston & Florida Lines.
Long
and her skin broke out fearfully. Debility ,
emaciation and appetite followed. Ocala Rock Lime, and will furnishit 2 Ft. Draught ; Cost, new, $1,800, I i
After physicians and numerous advertised low down. I II
medicines failed, I tried R. B. B., CAN BE BOUGHT CHEAPBy Ii i Ii I
and her recovery was rapid and complete WE WANT
." addressingG. i
Oliver Secor, Baltimore. Mil., writes: You to know that we burn our own LOUTREL LUCAS I
"I suffered irom weak back and rheumatism. Ouster-Shell Lime, and, of course, ,
210 Wafer S:., IialtimoreMd.Yllm .
B. B. B. has proven to be the
can :give you bottom prices. r
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only medicine that gave me relief

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, Master's Sale. WE WANTYou Yum Peach Trees
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Under and by virtue of a decree hsniitg to know that we handle Cement I
oat of the Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial and Plaster Hair. ALSO The Magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed to sail r- f.-H.-w, :
District of Florida in and for Bre- RED CEYLON MAGGIE (Standard Time.)
yard county in a certain cause therein de- I
WANTTo
ending, wherein David Y. Russell is complainant WE I .
and Gustavus B. Snell and Bessie impress upon your mind*! that we AND WALDO PROLIFIC, From Jacksonville to New York. j I
onell,his wife,are defendants,I will,as Master On Mariana Plum Stock. GuaranteedTrue. (C.LLIXGT CH.\m.ESTO j I From Jacksonville to New York.
in Chancery,sell at public outcry, to the represent (
IROQUOIS. l1 Sunday :'pt l 1.it 8:31) a. m (DIRECT on CALLING AT CIIARLE.TOS,
highest and best bidder for cash, on Monday Thompson & Edwards, Yum Yum is the Best Peach ever CHEROKEE, Thursday.YEM.ASSEE ;. lt 12:04) 1100.. )
.: YEASSEJo' TnesdaySe t. 3 at 3t4 I
the 7th day of October, the same being or Chicago, planted in Florida ; ripens in April and :: Miudaj' .. S. at:30 p.m SE\IISOLE, Friday. '.. (; at 3:1.., p pm m
'
the first Monday in the month and a legal The largest manufacturers of Fertil May; Price,83.00 per t oz. Order now. sJ-MINOLE,, -- ThurscfjjIROQUOIS. Sunday. .. IS It,, at at 6:01!8.30 .a. m III 1P.OQU'OIS. ._ TaeFday, .. 10. at 4:1Up.tn
. sale day between the legal hours of sale, G. W.% IDNER Tilliiian ? .. CnEI oKcr. Friday 13. at 3ro r.Itt
. 1a. CHEROKEE Tlmrod" iv 1tJ. at II:30 a. m _
.. 8ElIIXOI Tuedn" 17 at
and constantlyon : 111
in front of the Court-house door in the izcrs in the west, keep 13-lm SEMINOLK.: Sunday, 2'!" at 1:30 p. m IROQ.C0I8., Friday: .. :0. at 300 t"I1'pIAl
town of Titusville, Brevard county, Fla., hand the following brands of their IROQUOIS: !":" .- !Thursday, :' ;6. at 6:00 a. m CHEROKEE, Tuelday, ;4.at 3(10 pIn
CHEROKEE _
:J at 7:00
Sunday a. m
, :+ SElrIXOLE. Friday, 3:. st :1tJlJ
the described real estate to-wit PIONEER pr
COOPERAGESyrup
following : Goods: SEMINOLE, 0 TLumiaj.: O.t, .3. at .1:00 a. m
All that certain lot of land lying and beingin
the town of Titusville, county, of Brevard. World of Good, for Orange Trees. Barrels $2.25.

, .State of Florida, known as all of lot World of Good, for Truckers. Gauged to order, ten cents extra. For Information Regarding Freight and Pa:'...age, apply to
a six (6)), in block twenty-two (22), according Pure, fine Ground Bone. J. A. LESLIE feupt, Jaclsomille T. G. EGFR, Trafflc Manager. 3i Croatwar.. Nei '1u&l.
to LcBnnm's map of the town of Ti- Bone and Potash. Wheelwrighting and Repairing. J. .\ STEAD Aeeut,IVrnandica
tusville, filed for record in the clerk's office Blood, JOHN L. HOWARD T. F.A., Jsfksomille. F. M. IRO 110 OER. T P. A..JactwnyWe.R ,
Chicago Bone Meal. C. O. B. ",)[.. 1'. CI.V1>K tV CO.. General "Agents 12 South AVIiarven, I'liiladelphiH ; :. Mow.
December 'JOth
of Brevard county, ling Green, New York.
1881; said land being in government lot Dissolved Bone. honey barrels and Oval rater Breakers
", two (If) of section three (3)), township from 82.00 up. -
' twenty-two (h!), south of range thirty-five WE WANT Strnwbcrry: : Plants 1TT Sep'teD:1bor:
(35)) east, according to United States survey Tanksand
'f.i i ; together with all the appurtenances You to know we keep on hand Xiinans Improved and Hoffman s Seedling, $4.00 per 1000. 0/t/e/ eary.
all kinds of COOFER WORK to order.T. .
thereunto belonging or in anywise apper- of Potash,
Sulphate
taining. Terms cash. JOIIXSOX. Several Brands of FERTILIZERS specially adapted to our soil and climate.
Dated this 28th day of August, A. D. Land Plaster, INDIAN RIVER BRAND, manufactured by an old firm the Davidge Fertilizer Co.
1SS9. Canada II. W. Ashes:, LaGrange, : : Florida. Send for Circular. Also Bone :Meal, Cotton eed Meal\ etc., and :Mapes'and I
WALTER S. G BAH AM, Tobacco Stems and Davidge's Fertilizers. A full line of Ornamental Fruit Trees. Send for catalogue.

Master in Chancery Brevard Co.20-ot., Fla. Cotton Seed Meal.! EACOTT & CO., I JOHN B. BEACH, Indian River_Nurseries_ Melbourne, Fla.

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WE WANT TITUSVILLE, .'IJ.\.,
Wharf Building. You to Give Us a Trial on something. I' J. 31. SAWYER & SON,

For the next Sixty Days I will be pre- TIN & SHEET-IRON WORKERS.
PORTER & POTTER Yacht Sail-makers
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WE WANTTo
pared to Drive Piling for any parties on ,

Indian River. After that date the machinery merit your patronage by fair and GUTTERING, ROOFING, ( 84 & 85 South St., New York
will be removed from the lighter honest dealingsand we mean business.
And Manufacturing of Tin Ware.J : ASD
and there will be no opportunity for doing TRY US. .
Real Estate Dealers FOOT OF 55TH ST., ATLANTIC
this kind of work on the river. GALVANIZED WORK, ]
-:0Respectfully:- BROOKLYK-
YACHT BASIN
in this ,
Parties desiring any work done And Repairing of all kinds
line will communicate with me at Titus- !(
DadVCo.. Fla. Particular attention oven to Pleasure
Worth
22 ville as to terms, etc.R. P. PADDISON. J. S. WATSON & CO. Location: MAIN ST., near river.0):._.. Lake J Boat Sails of all des-criptiwis. 50I

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THE FLORIDA STAR, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. IS, 1889.

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Jupiter. \\illiam "ess, a mneiformerJy ot Indian River Steamboat Co.I < <
1 .,
The crew of the Life Saving Station ijhtjvilila: .L, \..\* :
GRUVSOllSE.c' \ ploso.Ia Alibiiai, a f:*v .:jy> a;jo.
commenced duty September 1st. There As KlmuuJ Cbe>tniK
were two vacancies in the crew, caused to cross Pitjiii. week, near Somerset i I schedules in effect MAY 12, 1889. Having Purchased the "Frost I.b.tlt
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and Ky., in a buggy, IK>:U were drowned. ;1 and the .
by the resignation of John Grant STEAMER ST. LUCIE, feeling necessity of keepfo,
Further D t..ils of the Disaster at At North Springs, Wyoming county, W.Va. .
Fred Church, which were filled by Thomas .. three miners naai*! Lester, Collins auJV I Leaves TnrsviLLE.................... 6am her past Good Reputation as a Swift i,

t Antwerp.Three Mitchell and Henry Harvey.Our \ e,t, became ejgjgeJ in a quarrel, during Arrives Melbourne..1?noon Great Courier I ask of the people a Coa.
inch Collins was killel and Lester mortally
Sunday school under the superin- a:d West slightly wouideJConsumption I Returning: tinuance of their Good Favor

t -Jundred Killed and One of Mrs. Ge W. Eddey is Will Make Contracts
tendency :) I Surely Cured Leaves Melbourne......................12 noonArrif'es for
I Thousand Injured. ; and the of
f flourishing, prospect a picnic To THE E.ITOE-Please inform yonr readers that at Titusville................. 6 p ni of Lumber
I in the near future has increased its mem- I have a positive remedy for the &bonnsmdiseasl" Above except.Sunday. Delivery and u$

The Explosion: Perhapi the Most Destructive !l bership so much that Jimmy Armour By its timely use thousands of bopeletisC&'es daily
', have been permanently cured. I fhjjll' be
on Kecord Not Whole Window has to sit on an inverted water.bucket glad to send two bottles of my remedy FEEE to any STEAMER GEORGIANA, Cargoes

'j ; in the Whole Cltj-Scenes at the Hospital during meeting. of seed your me readers their express who cave and consumption post office address.if they will Leaves Melbourne...................... 5 a ra ,

t Heartrending-Great Indignation.ANTWERP Respectfully, Arrives at Jupiter...................... Spill Anywhere up or down Indian Hirer
Some of our farmers are trying to raisea T. A. SLOCC3I, II. C., !';!, Pearl st., New York.
Sept. 11.-The explosion of 34 and .
V of sisal hemp. Mondays, Wednesdays Friday-: Be sure you see me before cloin
crop ; c Ia.
in the Corviliaa factory
dynamite cartridge -- ---- --- -- -
T] tracts elsewhere.Respectfully..
proves to be more appalling in its Jupiter has been long in need ot a CARD Returning :

consequences than:: was at first reported. : store and Henry Carlin, aware of this : _.......------------_......--..,.- Leaves Jupiter........................... <"> a m .

( It is now estimated that the number of has i I GE nGz )!. IornsW.LTER: S. GIIAIIUI, Arrives at Melbourne................. S p niTuesdays I
J} fact has taken the initiative and a "
l'reii<:ftte'ar.l Secy. TIrturl11-
/ killed 1 < of Thursdays and Saturday S. H. RAY
iijt1 compose mostly factory girls and .\} .tr.ct Ct'. !tract Co ,
of
fresh goodson
supply groceries dry
who were engaged in breaking old
up OBiiTIAFI. .M. Egf Connection is made at TitusiHc 4
hand which he will sell reasonably : .1.
cartridges, will reach GOO, and the number .ft Owner.
: I with trains of the .J., T. & K. W. Sys-

fi of injured l.OOy.: It is perhaps the cheap.Mr. I ATTQRNEYS-AT-LAW tem to and from all points North, and at I
,
most fearfully destructive explosion on E. P. \Voillard has finished his I Jupiter with daily stage for Juno (Smiles -
record. P. O E<->\ :J'o. TITU-VILLE lirevard Co., Florida. is made with A. M. Hamilton &
where connection Co.
fine residence on Hobe Sound and is get- '.;ill prartico :n all the oui!tife, of the Seventh ) ,
Acre of I'l.lines. Cir".:t .r"d ::' t-e SnUnp t'onrt.Jpecial facili the steamer "I..akerorth" for all landing -

The petroleum ia the Russian warehouses ting ready to plant pineapple slips. i ties for ET:;micirr .ml Trferting. Land Titles. on Lake Worth. TITDSVILLE FLORIDA
.. ,
# Corre"j'< .Jdl'' oi hell [.,)1.1 Claimants and Htirs ,
consisting of 25,000 barrels in Section men are at work on the J. & j to S'-a- :ill i;ratT. Mon,'V to Loan. 12
: round I IL'R W. WATSON, Superintendent.G. .
numbers, burned all day Saturday straightening and raiding: Wholesale Dealers in

C with a heat that almost scorched at i L.A. UIXUBWATfYAflaWAHD- ACKERLY, Gen. Pa>*. Agent.D. .
;!! 10'J yard- The acres of flames continued the track. i!

to light the sky all the night And to Large quantities of wild graj e.s have i| : \I NOTARY PUBLIC.Rock -. -F.-JACK--,-General :Manager.: Indian River Oysters

light the Scheldt, which itself looked shore of ,
up been gathered along the east I "Way Down LTpoii the Smvuii-
k to be aflame. The shipping that escaped Ledge Florida.
Hobe Sound this summer. nee River." !
4 from the first outbreak of fire stood off I 'ISH

f z at a safe distance. The fire was visible Until quite recently Jupiter Inlet i D.L.. GAULDEX, I From Branford, Fla., situated upon; the

1 t in daylight thirty miles away, at Brussels. threatened to close and because of its I romantic Suwannee Ricer, Messrs.: Rouse

f shallowness caused trouble to boats going ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, & Thoma* write, under date of August ll, Green Turtle and Game.
1SS': "Please forward us another of
( I : gross
a Great Incitement.: "
:f 1 to and coming from L.1keorth.. Owingto :; TitiKville, Florida. John"on"> Chill and Fever Tunic. Have
The sudden concussion under which All order.will receive lu'oUlltnil care's: :>1.
the heamillS and the --- -old out bottle of last : upon whether
great quantity every gros tcntiun bj telegraph, I
onIthe
factories
not but
the dock
'A.1.. THRASHER, your strict guarantee, and not one bottle i ireturned. letter or person.; r.
of fresh in the river in- 1
: sheds l and hydraulic cranes sunk into water a new .'' | _._---- --- ---- -

;' piles of rubbish paralyzed the city, let has formed north of the old one, and ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, i FOi: S.J LR.

which, when it recovered, became wildly there is plenty of watT on the bar. 1 P. O. Box 20, \XFORD, FLA. I iI From a letter from Graniteville, S. C..
excited and Friday there Will practice in all the coui.tio ol the Seventh A tract of land on Indian River into:
night were i dated :26 IS 9
August :
,
r D. A. Allen escaped from his keeper| Circuit and r)ul-.rt:1lif: l."ourt. 3 county of IJrevard. condittin'i :; of S*
fe v bold enough to close their eyes in At the age of oU, with twenty-five yearsof
t, sleep in the face of the flames that rendered August 31st and went to Lake Worth os- I' LLEX E. HEYSEK,, active practice, 1 am a careful observer acres; it being lot N o.3, and south halt

gas: light superfluous. It was tensibly to work on his pineapple plan- A and caution in endorsing proprietary: medicines of the northeast quarter of sections,
generally known that the firemen and I but I can conscientiously endorse and lot No. H, being:: the southwest qntrter
tation but forsooth show his
; soldiers great numbers of whom had to good Attorney-at-Law aM Coweyancer.Lake 1 > your Johnson's Chill and Fever Tonic as ( of the northwest quarter of seetiot3G

4t sunk exhausted while fighting the fire clothes and get a square meal. ? He was I one of the best combination remedies for both in township 31 south rapre39

il would not be able! to save the city should captured by a belle of Palm Beach. i Worth Dade County, Florida. Chill and Fever I have ever seen u-ed. It I east. This is a very desirable piece: oi

k the wind arise. :\MATTHEW ALJ ER Will furnish Attracts: of Title to Dade corrects the vitiated secretions of the liver hammock, soil of rich quality. suit=kk

A lia'u of Gla5;. County land relieves costiveness, and promotes the ab- for the raising of all tropical fruit b

Immediately after the explosion it Etlnr.I orbtion and a,imilation of food thus fulfilling I situated at the Narrows. near Enos iv+

seemed as though a rain of glass was TONES & ATKINSON, all the indications claimed for it office. Will sell cheap for cash For

fp! falling over the surrounding country.I i I Capt. H. B. Archibald, ot the LifeSaving I' U % Yours truly, I particulars: address

t There is not a whole window in Ant- Station at Bethel Creek, was in Attorneys-at-iLavr, T. P. EDWARDS, M. r). |i, K M LOW

..1'p). 1 I i r Sept. 3. Brockton. Miss,
town few
Forty .Million Old Cartridges.The a days ago. I Titusville, Florida. The claim made for this medicine is a

t catastrophe took place in a powder : J. S. Bell and D. L. Futch have returned T T. SANDERS modest: one. We maintain that it is 100

1' g' magazine belonging" 1L: Comlian, a from Jupiter and Juno. I times better than Quine, and 100 years in

merchant who had recently purchased advance of the profession in the treatmentof j EEINI

,, { f forty million old cartridges, intending The trade-boat Osceola arrived here I ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, all fevers, from the most malignant types .i 17wsra: T013Eb a rlraLop

to sell the powder. His work Peorle. from Titusville with a full stock.I I Will practice in all the Courts of the Seventh Judicial of Billions Hemorrhagic fever to the sim- i| =all. pEalalta HG CES
s r over 100 in number, more than Circuit of Florida. tlest form of Chill and F*'ver." TO ANY

f them being women were occupied in was over at Indian River Inlet the ': P. O. Box. 2J3. TITUSVILLE, FLA. For sale by all IJrttg-. sb.t IA KRR3t1l1 CO.TO .

( t the task of opening these cartridges other day and found it in good condition.I -- 11 1!t A. 1>. GiUARDEAU, Sole Proj.'r, EAILOr

when the explosion took place. To'' have lived here twenty years, and have ENTAL, UrFiC.h Ur _21___ Savannah, <<< ,:i.For DAYS
what it was due there is very little hope D

t of discovering for not one of M. Cor- never seen the tide fail to ebb and flow. Sale ,, DIXON .fe. GRAY, Wholesale Agent
vilian's employes has yet been found DR. L. T. DANIEL, ,
Mr. A. G. LaGow is having the Edgar
alive. In fact not a single has COCOA, FLORIDA,
preen found intact. corpse ;, Hou.-e painted and re-furnishe l for win- Will be at the Grand View Hotel, Titnsville, on Six of the Best Business Site 'I'II XOTICE.

It was not only in the Corvilian fac- ter. the First :Monday in each Mouth, for one week or I I To all whom tl t. pre ehti ,.:.all t"lfM
solicited,and ill work
tory that lives were lost A large number more.to be satisfactory.Patronage guaranteed 11 Lots in Titusvilic raooliurF-Tnlo .. 4', .
and John Richards
11'.11'. Beecher I
i. of persons were also more or less : are That, whereas the Board of County

I 1 severely wounded by pieces of glass out on a deer hunt. L. DODSON, Each 30ft. on Washington Avenue and I Commissioners of Hr '.arl1l:011nt\: '. Fla-
when the roofs of several houses fell in. M.D. iO rth
100ft. on Hutchingni".s ;r.veinu- on a petition ot more than on -
Dora Tubbs ha-sarrived here from
Mrs.
iJ For distance all '
a great around the of the regi tcrt"d.oter* ol Ml
ground was strewn with cartridges and : Tampa on a visit to her ftberIr.. DENTIST, THERE ARE THREE CORNER LOTS county. ditl order that an election

1 debris of all kinds. i i IIarn y. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. be held on the third Tuesday ot

L A few minutes after the explosion a Office, until further notice, at Indian October. 1SS9, the same being the 13th
'vest sheet of flame into the Mosquitoes arc unusually scarce. ] norm &'CIAIIAM Titu.--
leaped sky River City Hotel.Quality }. Apply to day of October. 1SS9. to decide whether

I',, and it was seen that a petroleum ware ;: Mr. A. G. LaGow has returned from his of work unsurpassed. S yule ; or the sale of intoxicating liquor*. wine or

house not far from the powder magazine -; DAVID S. HuTCh'issox, Tr'-'rltuth. New beer shall be prohibited in said county
was on fire. :i j trip to Cocoa. for the two years next ensuing after the
Jersey. "l .hlJO
-
Then the Marson LE"'IS.Civil
of
Antwerp
hydraulique J.F. said i election.
Hall
j i Sheriff Bowman and Collector re- ---- _
which furnishes the motive power from Ohio. Here iti Ste" :
Alexander
Therefore. I. A.
I '
for all the cranes and other machines i| turned from their trip to Fort Drum A VOIOE portrait of Mr.Gtm-
cS Clerk of said Board do give notice -
Engineer and SurVeyor Ma Of Salem Ohio. hereby
p' ,
,. of the port suddenly gave way and became and stopped at the Edgar House c Fi ,lie writes: "Ww at work on a(ann for as required by law. that such election -
i
of ruins. N S20 a month; I now have an agency
a heap ; The saw-mill is in operation now and Tiliisville, ".la. t, for E.C.Allen &Co'album and publi.tion '- will be held at all the precincU la
,4t t Wounded rl & and often make S2O a day.
Krerywhere. the
1 .i:4: fl Signed) W. H.GAKXISOX. said county on that day. to-wit:
4 Everywhere in the streets were : making good lumber. E. B. BURCHFIELD, William Kline. Htrriiborg. Pa. third Tuesday in October next, for the
+i wounded persons, and at frequent inter- I! Harry Harvey has down to Ju- write: **I ha. never known purposes set forth.
j gone
vials one came across parts of the human I{ anything to tell like your album.
In whereof 1 have hereuosa
1 testimony
took
COUNTY SURVEYOR.Orders Yesterday order enough to
form, such as legs and arms. :| liter to engage in the Life Saving Ser- pay me, over 82.:'>>.,' W. J. El- set my hand and official seal this 6th day
[more Bangor. Me. writes "I
A Terribly Superb Spectacle. vice as one of the crew. Harry will make by mail will receive as prompt i take an order for your album at of August, A. D. 1SS9.

The spectacle is terribly superb, and a good surfman. I. attention as calls in person. almost profit every U:often houte a*mocha I Tuit.82for Mr [L. S.] A. A. STEWABT.CTk .
I there is nothing in recent history that' a single day'*work.'' Board County: Commissioner?.
Address: Georgiana, Fla. Other*are doing quite a*well;
J. S. Bell and
of
family, Edgar, was
t can be compared to it save the scene we: hare not apace to fir* ,::1- 16.NOTICE. .

which Paris presented during the last Ir i out visiting friends and relatives at Lemon RUE P. ELY one._ who takes hold ofthl'M'IDd icU bu lines from*pile their DP letters.rand profit Every

days of the commune and the great fire View.Capt. LA I Shall we start YOU in this business, .
in Chicago : reader? Write to 1U and learn all about it for yoorvelC. We
are starting many; we will start if don t until
you yon delay
C ; The Populace Iii-lignant. S. Castle came over to town last Notary Public for the State at Large. another get ahead of yon in your part of the eonntrr. If yon To all whom it may concern. All p* -
take hold you will be able to pick up gold fast. orn.ad-: sons who have claim demixai
t The scenes at the hospitals were week from his island place in his fast- Justice of the Peace 17th Dist. On account of a forced manufacturer'*tale 1 SoOOO ten any or deceased
dollar Photograph Album. areto be cold 0th. against the estate of August liars
a'', heartrending. King Leopold has people fcr 83 each. Bound Crimson
sent I Butter in Royal Silk Vtlret
sailing :yacht Fly. CONTRACTOR & BUILDERof Plu h.Charmingly decorated inside.Handsomest album in the late of Waveland, Dade coaniy.
a telegram, expressing sympathy and t tasking world.Largest Sue. Greatest bargains ever known. Agents
"II for particulars. The people are i, Mr. G. Bevill, has had the little Belle over 30 years' experience. Natural wanted. Liberal terms. Big:: money for agents. Any one can Florida are hereby requested to preseat!;
become a succesaful.gvnt. Sells itself on tight-httl or no the same without delay, duly authenticated
+ ; incensed at the deputation jermanente i and Alice painted nicely. finish: a specialty.Melbourne.. talking necessary Whtrever shown every: one want to purchase. U*.
1 for having allowed the construction of j Agent take thousand! of orders with rapidity never within the time allowed by
: Florida. c before known. Great pro:!.*await eYt'f7worker. Agents aN to the Hon. and for
,' the factory in such a place, and they I We have a very nice Debating Society making fortune Ladies make a*much a* men. You reader. County Judge. in
can do as well as any one. }information and terms free Dade county. Fla. or Thomas J. D*
tUO the more indignant now that it is i here now, with :Mr. Carlton as presi- NOTICE.In to those who write for same,with particulars and terms for our ; to
lamily Bibles Books and Periodicals. After Steuben, E Fort Pierce Flo.; or
i' known to have been done in spite of the you know all, cI.
is lIen t. Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial should yon conclude to go no further,why no harm i.done. the undersigned else the will be
town council, which is politically opposed Address E C. ALLEN 4 CO, ACGCSIA, 3Ia3Jrii same
Circuit of the State of Florida Urerard barred.
to the former which is clerical, Mr. T. C. Bas is planting pineapple ,
the town council being liberal County, A. D. 1889.-In Chancery. HEINKICH IIAKS.:
t I slips. He has out now about 12,000, and Frances B. Hobbs ) Administrator of the tlteof the hit

i JOHNSTOWN. 'j he has the finest bananas on the river. vs. } Bill for Divorce i t j August liars.Waveland. .

1t.;: t ,a New liuInesi Directory Just Issued. i iI John Stephen Hobbs. !' Ms Pills Dade Co.. Fla.. St-1
24 1SSO.
J July ,
It appearing from the bill
Cambria Mall Carrier' Keportt j Another Miscalculation. complainant's \i

JO XSTOWS. Ta.. Sept 12.-A new i Principal (to bookkeeper-During the of complaint, tiled herein,that the respond-j ii i -
I
;p' ,': ( business directorsof Johnstown and last few weeks you have made so ent, John Stephen Hobbs, is now a nonresident j dyspeptic,the ilcbllltate, Circuit Court, Dade County, Fl rit".
many of the State of Florida, and that i J cr from excess of work of mind or
surrounding borroughs contains the miscalculations that I must ask you to he resides in the town of Boston State of i body, drink or exposure in A.D.18S9. fHCnut y.
names of over 500 business and professional i be more careful in the future. j XKLI.IE J... "'.\ n. complainant.vs. .
s Georgia, and that the age of the said respondent -J' Malarial Regions
men. It also shows that there Bookkeeper-I hope will .
t t you try and i* over twenty-one years, it is: !
1 are now thirty-six stores and : overlook i trill find Tott's Pins the most JE.5SERIJ, defendant.
giocerv xenial
miscalculations
,, ; my as I am so therefore ordered that the said resjnmdent i restorative
ever offered
y fifty-one saloons open in the place. deeply in love with your daughter that do plead answer or demur the said com- I the snf f eriuInvalid. "- Upon the bill in said suit being tilcJ-

I Correct Lht of (Cambria Dead. half tho time I don't know what rm plainant's bill of complaint on or before the i| and due proof made as appears by thenflHayit

A complete list <.! the dead in Cam- doing. May I hope?" 21st day of October, A. D. 1SS9 or the said |i Try Them Fairly. of complainant to the saia-

bria borough has been made by Mail "There, you see, make another bill will betaken as confessed,and the com- i A rigorous body, pore blood, storm showing that the said defendant resiJej
Carrier Bridges, and he finds that there miscalculation while rm you talking I llainantfill be allowed to proceed, ex- i! uer>e! and acheerulmindwill resulU out ;of said State it is hereby ordered

,d were 324 people drowned in the flood. i -German Fun. to you. I parte, with her said cause. It is further SOLD EVERYWHERE that a hearing be had on the facts cbarp
This district was below the stone bridge '! ordered that a copy of this order be published : ed in said bill on the first Monday fa

and the full force of the waters did not : I once a week for four consecutive HINDERCORNS. December' 1SSO, and that said Jesse
catch it. It is the only absolutely correct ':; An Immense Globe. weeks in the FLORIDA STAR :!j i The only wire Care for Corns. Stops all pain. Emmn* >> ard do appear before said Court on or
list of of The Immense for the newspaper, )I comfort to the feet.ISc.at Drcggtota. 11 MOOT A Co..a.Y.CONSUMPTIVE. before
any part the flooded dis-i j. globe Paris exhibition published in Titusville, in said Brevard said first Monday December.

I t trict yet published. represents the earth on the scaleof countprior to the said 21st day of Octo- :', "C" + A. D. 1889, and plead or answer to did

Earth Care at Poke one millionth, and is nearly one hundred ber A. D. 1889. :r I n&T81 a tearb.Bronchitis Asthma IIJd :estiOAI C. bill, and defend against the same and tbe
Hollow. ; % PAR K E R'S OIN
'f r n.\RnE. Pa., Sept 13.-The i feet in diameter. Details are given Witness the Honorable John D. Broome, trod y ea.ea aDd a toe ER 6tstrt TONIC.Mid'1 for all nhuetn'eol SUM artun* facts charged therein, and to dj farther

surface rover the Pc ke Hollow mine, ;I true proportions, Paris occupying abouta ii' Judge of the said court, as well as A. A. cave nutrition. Taken time. SOc.and $LftX and receive what said Court ball consider l-
in
operated by the Delavare and Hudson ,!i third of an inch. All the great lines Stewart, clerk thereof, and the seal of said Done said cause

company, dropped a distance of ten feet ;' of communication by land and sea are court, at the Court-house in Tftusville, this _th at Chambers. at DeLand.tbu

a t Tuesday evening, nuking a violent report shown in detail. The earth's: daily rota- the Itith day of September, A. D. 1889. < day of August, A. D. lSS .

> resembling an earthquake. All' tion be [L. S.] A. A. STEWART 11PARKER'S. hair. Jolla D. BEOOJIE.
may precisely imitated clock
by '
I Judge of the FJorl
the inside workings of the mino ,' Clerk Circuit Court. I Circuit Court of
are work, a point the Gray
on globe's I in and
for
4 ruined but no lives were lost ; equator JOXES & ATKINSosComplainant's, I '. the 7th Judicial Circuit.

I moving an eightieth of an inch per secI I I 22 Solicitors. .nnQ IlEXnr '1'. PCIEST, Clerk.
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, I. i THE FLORIDA STAR, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 18, 1889. 7'
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I invite the Trade to consider my THE MUSIC HOUSE OF FLORIDA. AGENTS WAITED. (Only 12.75,

and Very Complete Stock when
Large
s EflRTHSEfltSKV!
desiring to PurchaseDRY s. H. RAY A. B. CAMPBELL
or Marvel* of the Universes a graphic description ct
. the wonderful thing In Nature;thrilling adventure.
on Land and Sea-nnowu..d discoveries of great e-
Jacksonville, Fla. plorers. Published In Enzli..h and German. Stir au..
J29 illustrations. A GREAT BOOK TO SELL Blur
f tratd circulars and extra terms to agents JTRFri.FOBMI1EE .
1t GROCERIES Successor to J. C. Norwood aii Ie., A McM'KIN. Cincinnati.: O.

JNEAT Knabe Pianos. Weber Pianos, Haines
Bros.! Pianos, Morris Pianos, Wilcox & F'PERFECT

. TITUSVILLE, FLA. White Organs and Chicago Cottage J. COFFEE MAKER.
A new invention for making;
Organs.I ::
)I. Coffee and Tea.better than anything "
will Sell and Deliver at nearest now in use;saves X of the
GOODS your Coffee and can be wed with any ,
station High Grade Coffee or Tea Pot.Sample will be
,
I sent by mail for twenty cent in
stamps. Agent Wanted to
send for full particulars of thin
and other fast wiling article
Shoes PIANOSORGANS FatsheetMMakinCincianltl,0.: .
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Clotliing: ; i

IGli LK. S MOXET than any other house in the
I to keep United Mat- I \\ill ship a Piano or Organ to riAISTORGAS
propose
1 J' TRUNKS VALISES any hone! man or woman on teal and it not '
satisfactory I will pay freight both wajs. S25
cash and 110 a month on a Piano, and$10 cash and
A First-Class Stook *5 a month on an Organ till paid for-not much I'
more than ordinary rent. On these very liberal
terms anyone can own a instrument. Send for
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS FREE CATALOGUE containing:; full information. I
Sheet Music Strings,Violins, Banjos, Guitars Ac-
-oFGROCERIESJ- cordeou, and in fact, every Musical Instrumentthat
i<*made and at very low prices. Send for complete I'
GENTS' STRAW HATS AND PROMPT. Catalogues. I have 20.000 pieces of Choice
. :Music at 10 ctnh.Vt.'r copy. I L. & B. Sa M: H!! i

, AT YOUR OWN PRICE. A. B. Campbell, Jacksonville, Fla. 5 I


I Can "Beat the Jews" on Low -roi- I FIFTH ANNUALCLEARANCE !

i I Priced Pants, to Close Out.LADIES' SC.OTTSEMULSIOt'i I SALE +j

f June 1 J39.1
to Aug. !, :


I. -. JOB PRINTINGSUCH DRY GOODS, !' I! $25,000 -


Worth of Pianos end Ornu
OTIONSJJCIlS' OF PURE GOD LIVER OIL from best makers to be doed
out regardless of cost or vol ue
AND HYPOPHOSPHITES Mock' too laixe. Mustcou'ert

A- : Ladies' & Cbiltlrcns'SaOES. intocashortmtlliueutak is
Almost as Palatable as Milk.
Some,entirely NJ \V IT jt..
DRESSGOODS So disguised that it can be taken, I ALERTS not used a day.
digested, and assimilated by the most I Some Nearly New-used! RI few
: : sensitive stomach, when the plain oil I months! only.
cannot be tolerated; and by the combination I
.. of the oil with the hypophos Some,used a year' or!to.-Some. :
phitos is much more cdcacious.Ecnartalle used two to three :yvara. t

LETTERIIE..DS"TI as a flesh producer. I Some,fine Second IIaml-jiV-n' '
in exchange, and made ucv :jour
Persons gaIn rapidly while taking It. : repair Vacror,. Kf.po-
He-strung. ICcsrnrett ir ia'I
MILLINERY :\'() -JIE\DS, SCOTT'S EMULSION is acknowledged bjf :and Action, and made gGt: 'rr
::E3.A.TIES Physicians to be the Finest and'Bost preparation years of service.EASYTERMS. t
9CLOTHING in the world for the relief and cure of \R.U'S.. J.1:1\:' t

RILL-HEADS, CONSUMPTION, SCROFULA. !

CENERAL DEBILITY, WASTING :
DISEASES, EMACIATION, Your OWN TKIUlN r.'ni"t.Very .i
LADIES' HATS COLDS and CHRONIC COUGHS. light Monthly

STATEMENTS, I I The great remedy for Gmsurnptlan, and or ance Small when Cash you Fay get >1.aYlnt"clIJ'1
: Wasting in Children. Sold by aU Druggists.If .

Ladies' Underwear. CASH BUYS CHEAP !
CIRCULARS, any dealer gays he has the W.L.Donglat
Shoes without name and price stamped ox Jive you all the time ,,"aCHt".1
Gent's Furuishiii&r Goods, the bottom, put him down as a fraud. but SPOT CASH will *nv !
: --- IR 00 t"y. TILT US O>. We wil !:
Print, 5cts., FOLDERS, tceet you every dw .
Lawns lets., ALSOCROCKERY I

Ginghams, 7cts., .!w" ..3:. i: PIANOS I
Standard Cotton Checks, 7 cts. INVITATIONS

Pins, :5ct: *., GLASSWARE, $50, $75, $100, $150. ,! U

Needles, 5cts., PROGRAMMES, ORGANSI I

Jean, 20cts., HARDWAREAND '; ...., 4

Spool Cotton, 2cts., STREAMERS, s $24 $3 $50. $15.1

Brown Cottons,Gets., _

Ladies' Lace Mitts, 15cts. and 20cts. : [ DODGERSBUSINESS WRITE FOR aJRGll.H SHEET. '

Ladies' Kid Gloves 75cts. to $1.00; reduced i I CLEARANCESALE !

from $1.00 and $1.25. Ladies' Ship'Chandlery Goods.
1A \S S SUFi :IlER 1889. !
Spring and Summer Hats Very Low to 1

Close Out. CARDS, '::1W.

LUDDEN&& BATES S.M.HI

WEDDING CARDS, L. DOUGLAS L SAVANNAH, GA.

1 am prepared with several Carloads ofFERTILIZERS FOR
VISITING CARDS These will be he main features of my $3 SHOE GENTLEMEN.Best .

business, but orders sent me for anything In the world. Examine his
kept in any store in Titus- 85.00 GENUINE HAND-SKWED SHOE.
S4.OO HAND-SEWED WELT SHOE.
ville will be promptly filled. S3.50 POLICE AND FARMEKS' SHOE.
82.t O :F.XTCYALUE CALF MIOE.
WORKINGMAN'S SHOE.
82.00 anti $1.75 BOYS' SCHOOL SHOES ---- -
All made in Congress, Button and Lace.
To supply the wants in this line. SEND YOUR ORDERSTO w. L. DOUGLAS ..,
Will buy Fruits Eggs Chickens : :'" .-- --# 'y" ,
Kainit, FOR
S3 SHOE LAD MES.
Potash, THEFLORIDA- Or any Country Produce my customersor Best Material. Best Style. Best Fitting.
Ground Italic Lt not sold by your dealer, write I CUREFTS
friend may bring W. L. DOUGLAS. liKOCKTON MASS I

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

Acid Phosphates, STAR Gentlemen. "

Cotton Seed :Meal: FOR SALE BY

Cotton Seed Hill ashes, ask for a share of the public-patron- !
C. J. HECTOB
I Fish and I'ota'h, Jon PlilXTLNU OFFICE, age, and come as a supplicant, not a :,

nrt die tator, asking for ;your favors.If Melbourne, Fla.
lej"s Orange Tree courteous treatment,good When I l say CunE: I (!.> not mean merely to:
And Vegetable Fertilizers. goods and low figures is -: :- stop them for a time,and then hate them return
again. I MEAN A KAU1LAL CUIIS.
Will meet Jacksonville quotations*with the candidate for For Sale by 1 have made the disease of

freight added, in same quantity lot*. public then favor I'melected. U. D. HENDKICKSOX, FITS, EPILEPSY or

Lake Worth, Fla. FALLING SICKNESS,

Alife-long study. I WAKRAXT my remedy to

Prices Reduced on nearly all f Agent for Chattaiiooga Plow Co., CURE failed is the no worst reason ca for!'es.not Because now receiving ethers a cure bare

Chilled Plows and SugarCane Pianos & Organs Send at once for a treatise and a FREE ilOrTLEof
my INFALLIBLE RCXEDT. Give Expressand
r Lines in Stock. )lins.s. rot Office. It costa you nothing for a
trial, and it will cure you. ..tddresaH.C.ROOTM.C.,183PunSt.NiwYetr
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ry If you want to purchase a
a
1 have too many Goods to enumerate Piano or Organ, write to the undersigned Advice to Mothers.
prices on all that are reduced. a Mrs.WCTSLow'a Soormsa S IKCP hould altrmys
or give him a call. be used when children are cutting teeth. It re-
beres the little nfiererat once;it produces natural,
COME AND SEE.I Can sell you any of the in- quiet sleep,and the little cherub awakeaaa'bright
as a button. It is wry pleasant to taste. It
struments of the best and leading soothes the chidsoi'teasthegnmsallaysallpaln.
I will not be undersold. r : regulates hovels andil the best kno-wn renedy
makers at prices that defy for diarrhoea, whether arising from teething or
1.a other causes. Tweaty-nta cents. bottle.

I am Prepared with CHEAP competition.

GOODS, and with Hotter Goods .a y Pianos> and Organs sold on tie Installment -
3
r \oticc.
to Supply. Y 011. -

(( plan when JesireJ, Discount All concerned will take no.tit'that MS
R months after date I will present my final
account to Honorable Minor S.Jones,County
Cinrete
to on Organs
Judge of IJrevard county, Florida, and
for an order dismissing me from the
Very Respectfully, pray
All correspondence will receive prompt execution of the last will and testament of

= attention.E. Phineas D. Wesson, late of raid county
GEO. B. RUMPH, I deceased.
B. WAGER, I AGSE3 WESSON,

TITUSYILLE FLA. R.aV.i TltusYille, Florida. oO-Grno. Administratrix.

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8 THE FLORIDA STAR, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. IS;? 1859.



c fl- LOCAL LACOMCS. I -J. S. Watson & Co. have just received ,f -The minister of the Episcopal Church j

ndvenitenients ten cents a full line of Peter Henderson: & Co.'s is expected here about Oct. 1st. !
7 -Local are i j Clothing
i JXT lice.J. I tested seed.Mr. ,i There was a quiet a !little card party I r Clothing Clothing!

S. Watson & C(). want 500 boxesof Thomas Mitchell has joined the I at Mrs. Spencer last night, which terminated -i

Life-Saving Crew at Jupiter and we with a dance.
lemons.3Iri ;
have no doubt he will be quite at home -Capt. "". B. Watson left on this ='
Villeret has been staying in I I A-t .The agar "
among the boys down the river. j j morning's train for New York. He has .
1 town for a few days.: I I _
r -The colored folks of our town had a gone to see after the two new teamers.I t -
9 -Mrs. Minor Jones, who has been on i I
4 fish fry at the Haulover Saturday, and J. S. Watson
I -Don't fail to write or see -
a visit to her mother at St. Lucie, re- ,
Ii
CHEAPER
t turced to town the end of last week. t.regaled the inner and outer man in a'piscatorial | & Co. when you need lime or i j MORE CLOTHING, CLOTHING

R I I pursuit. I I cement P
-Miss Stella Hale left here to-day on I I
-J.\. Durst. of Crescent City the -Mr. E. C. Dearborn our late con- ft
2 few da"E'yi,it to 3Ir. W. B'aton! I I AND BETTER, CLOTHING
Jacksonville.Mis pioneer well-sinker of the State of Flor j ductor. who i is now on the main: line of i

4. ida, is now operntingnt Lake Worth, Fla.. I the J., T. & K. W. Railway, ha? been to 0

Lizzie English was admitted a where all communications may be ad-I| see his wife, in New York. where she has Than any other house on Indian Rivtr. jut rettived at tht Eu. 1
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member of the Presbyterian Church en
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dressed and information received.! j been ill.

Sunday morning.The -Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Mitchell will t i, very in addition to our already extensive STOCK OF DRY G OO c .
t j -Mr. ard: Ira. Cbairee. of Ankosa,
I lumber for the new Methodist shortly leave here for Jupiter. Mr. j
NOTIONS Etc.. Etc.
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were in town :.Icm1t\ Mrs. Chatfee left
Church is: on the ground. cad work one Mitchell, who is Mr. Her5e .'5 assistant i j .
i \"eter.I:1m'rDi..!: for a.i..it ti friendsj )
4 the building will! icon commence. the Service oSce here will -
a Signal
j .,
THAN EVER BEFORE.
j at Bhirst... I-jwa. i CHEAPER ifj
t F -Mr. M. S. Moreman, of the Florida take charge of the Jupiter office with j I
| Land ha ken in for
Fruit Exchange and Orange Growers' Mr. G. "". Eddy a:, his assistant. Mr. | -C".qt. town j !
T-u.rn.cr ct :
i someJr.:;** .ast on-i isv nto lie ha bean: G-ardncr.
Union has b visiting Indian Eirer.Mmey Lichty, who went to Washington sometime j
l i making -'mf much,*(eel improvement* ___ = __- --_ i iU.ILABAR
Money Jitney to back, did not !teem; appreciate the I --- -- '
i tht- Lund Kouv.hididve= it
Robbing beauties of Jupiter, ?o we conclude he at a neat I: GEU}: 1 E3I. EOBLINS wLTLK) ; -. *rr.atL.w. .tU.
( to loan on real e-tate. Apply I to I and clean i .. _v. I
: cppeorsnw.We \ :--Lw
is "worked the oracle" and obtained chargeof i -
& Graham Titu \"iIIe.. Fla.
The member for llre"ard-Ir. Wm. the Signal Service oSce at Soutbport.X. I I h r:1 rer.iany complaints ,I R.OBBINS ct, C r ..BHi: :

C. Mr. Mitchell's place here will be with referentti thij impnre water in
,1 Sorwlh:15 been on a trip to Pablo, I LOANS AND REAL
tilled bv Mr. Dormer, of Cape Hearv.X. I Titusvill.nd:; cume p !!;:e arc ared to LAW ESTATE ;
,- .Savannah, etc.. and returned the end of I II ,
I C. I drink it. An excellent! way to test its
the week. .. I Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Co.,
i ito of saturated
I -4-J. H. letter on "Is Marriage a purity ,get an ounce
t ; -Another of our tovc,me:: i ito be j Failure ?'' i is declined with thank: as its I solution of permanganate: of potash at P. O. Box. -JoO, '

joined in the bonds of holy wedlock today various point:-for and against marriage I at the drug store. If, when a drop of TITUSYILLE, BREVARD C.0., FLORIDA.Ve cilL.

4 e and will arrive in town on this evening's -have been fully discussed in American i I, this solution} is added to a tumbler of s

train. Particulars of the marriage and English newspapers. Some time i[| water. it*- color changes to brown it i is \ l'>uy and >vll all kind uf Real &tate and are-olc.Agents; fur a :-ar-_ ;,tt r
,t. will be given in our next i issue. I uI1y- dt'ctN Properties in all of Urexard County.
I 1 ago someone on the river tarted.hat I unfit to drink ; but if it remains clear or care part
I : RELIABLE Information furnished! character location and vague d
as to ,
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anj p:+ i il
t -31. B. Bunnell. brick-layer and Shall We Do With Our Girls f' Atj slightly ro e-coor after an hour, it i is. sty on Indian River.

,: plasterer, is prepared to tlke. contracts that time we felt inclined to say. "Send.i j broadly speaking safe. In place! where Our facilities for the tranaction of a general heal Etate bcuiae art nnt'lt sue t
.i
anywhere on Indian River. Address them to Titusville and marry them j typhoid fever or diptheria occur, it i* and every effort will be made to give herlect *..atifnction to intending Pan.-katn*k- I

all communications to Titasville.! Florida. as it is the best marrying ground on otf.j. well to test the drinking! water at once. may favor us with their patronage. r
I No Properties: listed unless the Title i* Perfect. c
2l dian River," but we refrained from so I -On Wcune-day la-t a baseball match I I -1-vial attention given to Colonies ani"Illhcat desiring large lot.,,!."** n: fcr ,

-The attendance at the Presbyterian doing for obvious reasons. This question wa> played between the Titus\"ilIe and I priced land1Vrite for Descriptive Pamphlet.: .

to t Church, on Sunday evening: was very was closely followed by ''What shall we I Cocoa baseball teams inside the inclostire I

Y meagre, the overcast sky and unpropitious do with our widows which, evidently, I in front of the Grand View. The Cocoa GEORGE M. EOBBIN. Pr ident.LTEf: >. i RAH.\M. cretar. 4

appearance of the weather having its was a 5Ct-<>fl on the other side. 'r e became team arrived here about 12 clock noon SzL-G" T-stiFcS. jflLtostrciOt o Titlo Co., t

; usual effect en the religion: ? (?) residents inundated with letters on both subjects in Capt. Underwood': trim little steam Incorporated A. D. 1889.

t of uur town and as the correspondence was becoming launch, Laviaier. After the I
-'jpplying
I ; CAPITAL. STOCK. $ ,ooo ; FOLLY PAIDOi>SILv .lDLE. .

-If you need fir.-cl:1--- hrubbery oft r rather too fiery and personal for i inner man with refreshments a spirited Charges far Attracts as follows : 3.00) for Opening Number andx: *. t t.-r tack at .

treo of any kind call on or address J. P. the columns of the STAR, we were afraid, content commenced which finally terminated dditional Tran,ier. For continuing:: ::n Abstract the charztare the *.ime. tu-Sm

Turner Titusville. Florida agent for if we did not place our veto on it with a I in the defeat of the Cocoa am, for the first additional and 50c. for each succeeding transfer.:

t's Orlando Nur strong hand, there would have been a ) which, Captain Underwood says, was the Taxes Paid for Xon-Rc-iIUeiitx.!! :

erie,. All trees warranted true to melee among the fair sex-both single I first time of the Cocoa team playing together. 1fiir For a Small Fee we will relieve non reident land owner of ike wony el

I name. and widows. Again, we are now giving j In consequence: of pressure of annoyance incident to the Payment of Taxes. and Insure them a;aiat J.{ fcasbrftx

Our well-known and c-1ureousCircuit a deal of space to the liquor question, so j business no one from our office was pre- Sale. 1*
t I Box 23O, Titusville Fla.
Court clerk}, Mr. A. A. Stewart, is now we crave the indulgence of ''J. H.,'' and sent, and a* those who took part in the -------- ,
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say that we cannot possibly allow "Is game were not sufficiently interested in ---------------
keeping bachelor's hall )Ir-. Stewart and
family having left for Lakeland, Fla., Marriage a Failure?" to enter into our it to forward u* the nand particu- CIGAll FACTORY. C. O"Hardware. :EJECTOR,

where they will remain i for about a fortnight columns and monopolize the space we lars, the above is the only report we can II. C. Starck. Proprietor.

or longer. set aside for a discussion on the merits give of the match. Manufacturer of fine Hma:1(1: Domestic and :

and demerits of prohibition. We may, -Mr. and Mr R. W. Andrews return- Cigars. Trade supplied with tine ,

r.I -Mr. H. B. Hersey ha* been appoint however, say that marriage, like most ed from Sharon, Pa., Friday evening, hand made good*. Order* promptly filled. s
cd agent for Titusville for the Equitable Factory at Malabar. :Fla. 2S : General s
things, acts strangely at times, and that and both were looking remarkably well Produce
f Life Assurance Society by our old and !.
a "circumstances alter cases. Is Marriage after their northern sojourn which ,
I' r energetic friend Mr. Walter lowland, a Failure'' depends various to we | -:\..L-- ...:\... S A
upon were pleased note. They left for their
: MERCHANT.
social of the above Mr.
agent
company. points of view. Those who have marriedin Melbourne home on Saturday morning's NEWSPAPER\ SUBSCRIPTION AGENCYTHE
Howland came up to town Saturday' I
Titusville and elsewhere, and whose steamer. and we have no doubt their : Melbourne. laic
t and started down the river again Monday ____ r
: lives are being marred in consequence many friends down the river will gladly I"IO EER ACiEXCY.For

a ;k ,t morning. thereof, in their case have some right to welcome them back. Bearing' in mind terms: and sample copies addressCHA : ; HAVING BOUGHT THE INDUS t.

; w -Capt. and Mrs. H. Q. Hawley and speak with a certain amount of authorityor the good old time Mrs. Andrews used tohave

i baby started for the House of Refuge, a experience. Those who have been b1e .s- -when Miss Straw'bridge: -with the .H.NAUMAN, RIVER BAKERYWe t

t .1 few miles above Canaveral Lighthouse.last cd in consequence, and we have met quitea Eau Gallie and Melbourne Kismet Club, Titusville P. O., Brevard county Fla. will Keep on Hand Every Pay: I

4 week. Mrs. lawleand the baby few-have even more right still to speak under the presidency of Mrs. Campbelland FRESH BREAD CAKES PIES :
'
t : have been anything but well lately, and with authority. Those who really haveno Mrs. Valentine, we are under the A. FROSCHER, ., .

no duubt the change will he very benefit right to speak at all-or, at least, if impression-from Mrs. Andrews viewson !j ETC. ALSO 1

cial to their health. Capt. II. returned they speak on the subject, should do so the subject ere she left for Sharon- Titusville, Flan'Keeps ,

.t Saturday.We with bated breath and whispered Lurable- I that she} would like! to *ce those pleasant full;upply of metallic and wooden !j Bottlers of Sodawater GogaI 1 1i

k regret that we were unable to i ne<.:s, are generally disappointed woman- social meeting''again revived this winter; Coffins Cases and Gaskets. :

I .. publish the names signed: to the call for kind. Far be it from the STAR or any. and a* it i* said thttmu ic soothes the i I Ale, and other Drinks.

the temperance meeting published! in our fair-minded man or woman to say that savage breast," we have no doubt thata Funerals attended if desired. All or- j .

last i issue. The copy was only received j all unmarried women are '"disappointed"persons. rivival of thoe enjoyable evenings ders rates.promptly Embalming executed done., and at reasonable -[' ALL ORDERS RECEIVEATTENTION. PEOJlI'l t

!{ by late Tuesday night and as we go to Singleness is; often, according would have a tendency to make people f

: early Wednesday it j to circumstances which have brought it unite in a more friendly spirit and bringamih. I I Ii
press morning, was A. L. Hatch & Son A. .ll1
about '' JS. llELeIIElt.fOJIP: ( ,
'blessedness
impossible to get them in. The grand a and some still peace and concord. We are well i

jury presentment and the communication j claim that "When a man's married he'salways aware that Mrs. Andrews is a lady :DM.LERS IN | PROPRIETOR 1 1j .
j
of Dr. lson-which appear this week- in dread Of a great pair of horns liked by many ; and as a musician, she ] I' TITUSVILLE, FLA. ;

1 were also unavoidably crowded out of growing out of his head.'* But many is one of no mean order. having composed DRY GOODS NOTIONS I 9 ,

'i our last issue. | girls who have missed "chances" which some very excellent piece for the i ii

SF. 7 -A party of four started for the were really good ones, simply through pianoforte during the time she was con- Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery, HOTEL

: Haulover Sunday. When they returned their own perversity, or their own bumptiousness nected with the F.au Gallic and Melbourne Stationery, Family Medicines 'INDIAN RIYER ;

+ 1 to the Indian River Hotel they were or too high estimate of their j I Kismet Club. Garden SeeJs, I .

well loaded own importance or value, or because they For coid'niua'io.'i of Locn.1 -;,ce jin
with fish laage. CHOICE
having caught I GROCERIES
_. f' nearly thirty trout and other fish in less were not competent to properly conduct Titusville Fla. | :
,
+ or look after a home or who have beenunjustly j Hay, Corn, )Rapes Fertilizers. .
t f than an hour. Conductor Villeret and ,I
1 jilted have no right to call I CITY POINT, FLORIDA. 1 1:0 .
Engineer Gregory were in the fishingpirty. :-
f b Marriage: a Failure.' Of course: there i I or4
) : Some of the fish were cooked for (
tupper. and from the rapid manner in is no reason why women on Indian Riverj !i OPEN ALL THE YEAR ROUSO-
through their own folly or the folly of | J. FKITCIIAKD, President. .
I which the guests stowed it it
.g m away others, continue in the bleak conditionof fa\.\.W ueNT W. :31. BROWN,Cashier. -:0- -
'r # was very evident the fish was highly I ROYAL... : :'if!
spinsterhood should take
y '- relished fishermen! and appreciated the efforts of the amateur of matrimony, the happiness a jaundicedview ormisery I I t .S4t ---.".. INDIAN RIVER BANK.( Capacity, 200 Guests. :

It of which they never experienced."Circumstances I 7.
r'w'e understand the Cocoa residents !
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alter cases, no matter ." Titusville, Florida.A .
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have abandoned the Poiusett tramway whether it be in our little town or do f. B. &&CItE T1.; ;
any ( GENERAL
t BANKING
scheme, and arc becoming. we BUSINESS TRAN-
presume, other part of the world. That Titusville -
,k more satisfied with the working of the I is not behind the times on the marriage .. SACTED. Proprietor. t tI
Indian I "\, Exchange bought and J JI
River Steamboat Company. Capt. 11p l Y soM. Special and I
and baby question is an undisputed fact, |; J 4I .tJ. prompt attention given to collections. Loans This Newly-Built House, j jai rtC : W. B. Watson, we hear, intends doing I' and the columns of the STAR are always'open : Banks negotiated Corporations on first and mortgage individuaL for Savings I Opened, is now reldto receive the po t

t all he possibly can to further the interests to our subscribers to chronicle all et allowed on time deposits. Inter. tronage of all those traveling to dfNCI :
f I ; of river residents I .tdvances made upon available collateral. Indian
; our and visitors, who I River.It }
marriages and "new arrivals" in our -4KI Approved busmess paperjliseounted. aJo"l
should not be too hasty to condemn a midst. f Drafts on all pam of Europe. is delightfully located within : 1
Some
who have done of the additions to our ;| Business done at Jacksonville rates. 100 feet of the river, and always i**** t
company so much for our I census Every favor consistent with sound full Otd'
are very pretty, although they: banking, benefit of the cool Atlantic t
:section and who have been I cheerfully eotendei
running
'* breezes.
are termed "the poor man's piano. We t
steamers all the summer at a. big lo s. t. intervied II j CORRESPONDENTS: Bank of Jacksonville The Patronage of the People of it .
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one Thursday evening last, and j JI Jacksonville, Fla.; The Seaboard National
C.11't.'at5On i is supported in his offices I I were charmed with its little dimpled and I: POWDERj \Bank.New York. 33 river is specially solicited. ., I,
on the wharf by two gentleman of well- Ii nn:
TABLE ALL
i: chubby cheeks, blue eyes and longhair- !' SERVED WITH t
Ai. known sterling quality and ability, I if the hair ; MARKET AFFORDS.
i even on her crown did stand -The STAR i .
Messrs Lorimier and Hale! who are j Pure. is $1.50 per annum, or
t
up a little straight. The father and Swimming Pool and Bath-room* ?r.
75c.
like I j f This powder nun trie& for six months, payable in adran .
.
our Superintendent and his son, Amtrrel of parity << Artes*
mother should feel proud of that baby, |I strength and 1fhol lOmeneas. More economical Please plied with Salt and Sulphur I
examine
1: Charles-ever ready with a happy smile as no doubt they are. "Is ) !t i than the ordinary kind, and cannot be sold in the nameandaddressslip Water connected with the HQU.-C ftf*wall ....
i' Marriage t I competition with tbe multitude of low abort pasted on the front t
i and word teat of this
for all who page
i a cheery enter their + guests.
weight alum
Failure" in this case? Echo answers 1 j ,; or pho a I sanctum. "Xo." j t."ork. Royal Bating Powder Co.. 103 Wall Street paper, and see when your subscription SPECIAL RATES BY THE <'
{ expired. The date will.inform *
you.
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