The Florida star
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075901/00170
 Material Information
Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: September 25, 1889
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
notis - AKR0018
lccn - sn 96027111
System ID: UF00075901:00170
 Related Items
Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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Local Happening! A Private Collection at Eau Lan Gallie. Dr. Lyman returned Sunday morning I Cocoa.

II r Buy your cotton seed meal of J. S. Gallie. The neat naphtha launch Livinier is from a professional visit to Merritt'* Island Mr. C. W. Harrison i is busy at present

,i Watson- & Co. They are heu.quartersfor Most anyone can have avery nice display safely moored in our harbor. Mr. Jas. Stewart of Tropic, being I shipping lemons.

fertilizer of bric-a-brac if he has a little Mr. Tom Snell. of Tropic, vas in our the patient. Dr. Lyman is a firstclassdentist I Miss Hattie Wilkinson leaves for her

Dr. I* T. Daniel of Cocoa, i is sc money and can get to a curiosity shop, settlement Sunday last. and a very successful practitionerof school in North Carolina this week.

in demand at Titusville that he but very few have the satisfaction of The Eau Gallic River is fast filling up. the homcepathic school. and between Editor Metcalf arrived in town Fridayand

much an office at the Grand View,, spreading their mantels and hanging Mr. R. P. Blatch and family are looked both branches is kept busy all the time. remained over until Monday.Mr. .
. bas I Verbeke, of Brantly, Sun-
'J where he will be found during the first their walls with rare curiosities gatheredin for daily. I Mr. M. G. Ellis took a party down the I
, week in October. person from the four corners of the Mr. G. B. Snell is adding an additionand river in the Osprey last week, Mrs. E. J.
Mr. Will Parsons, hardware salesman
-We are in receipt of a letter from earth. out-kitchen to his new residence on Nesbitt, Mrs. W. J. Nesbitt and Miss El- of Jacksonville was< in town last week.
So thought the Hermit ns he was examining the Eau Gallic. sie :Nesbitt, bound for Micco and Miss:
of Indianola who ; Mr.
)Ir Geo. W Schuyler, Craig dry goods was
relics from Russia and Australia, West to Ankona, to visit her sister, Mrs. the Delmonico last week.
intends making trips up and down the Capt. and Mrs. Bennet, of Rochester, I registered at

attending to orders for tuning from the Mediteranean, coast of Africa, N. Y., arrived Saturday last by steamer W. S. Tancre who, we are sorry to hear, Mr. C. H. Edgerton went to Titusvillelast
river and from the southern extremity of the has suffered Dr. Fee called 'I '
a relapse. was business
For some years he has been St. Lucie. Wednesday o.t returningnext
pianofortes. Dark Continent, from Canada and from down to attend her Cl"'t' day.
tuning for his many friend, and he ha Mr. Geo.'air and family returned f
. the South Sea Islands, ns well as from I Mr. Freeman of London
England -
I arrived
met with so much success, and given !such: from Miami the past! week on a visit to Fred C. Prang occupies every leisure I
other parts of the world. at Indianola Friday. He is visiting -
., universal satisfaction, that he now offers their old home. moment in improving the lot bought; by at Mr. N. R. Johnston's.The .

He By a very cordial invitation the Hermit M Bonning, of Chita ro. Deep ditches
his! services to the general public. Houses are much in demand on our Masonic Lodge met on both Fri

has had good experience, and our reader was a guest at the charming and river. Will any of our citizens make an are dug at short distances apart, which day and Saturday nights, having had

would do well to give him a trial. Head picturesque residence of Mr. J. 0. Waltonon opening for more settlers? will be filled with brush and palmetto !special business on hand.

his advt. on page .",. the Eau Gallic River, a few days ago, I During the heavy blow of the past roots and covered, thus raising the ground :Mrs. E. P. Porcher and daughter, of

and now he would be guilty of a breach alwnt one foot arid forming excellent Courtney, visited IrV.. II. Peck and
"' week several sail and other craft took
"Lex.. in his opinion, is. decidedlywrong. family Saturday.
of good manners, so far as giving the blind drains.
who has moved in a refuge in our snug little river.
Any person Rev. Jas. Bolton held morning and
certain "set" or in decent society is well public an inventory of a private citizen'shouse The proprietor of the Treutler House Mr. Wyman, of New York, who has evening services at Hill's Hall Sunday.

aware that to take a young lady's arm is is concerned, if he could only re- is now setting out several thousand strawberry property near Jupiter, gave us a call last He will preach again on the 2nd Sunday

within the province of etiquette. member all he saw. But he was so con plants of the best known varieties. week ; also Capt. Saunders. Capt.:3.:: i is in October.
not ,
f fused by the numerous =specimens of the Miss of of the old-timers the river, \\'. H. of
gentleman should offer his arm to the I Kennedy, a grand-daughter one on having Capt Sharpe. City Point

but never take hers when acting aster handiwork of races of all grades in the I Rev. H. M. Prince, of this place, arrived in days gone by, run a smack here. He was in Cocoa Friday last. He visited

lady escort. It is inexcusable, and theDickey ethnological scale, and by the zoological Saturday last. It is the intention of this was the builder of the schooner Manatee.He Mr.returned and Mrs.home Breese:Saturday.Mr. at. Rockledge and

, and other relics, that he carried away make her home with in the river
lady to us.
) Birds say it is as bad form as to young can see great changes
with him distinct remembrance of McGinnis left for Brunswick Ga.,
I a onlya ,
John Houston has since his first visits.
receive an uncouth answer to a polite I Capt. purchased a country
last Thursday where he intends engaging
very few of them. lot the mouth of the Eau Gallie and ,
eat with knife, to pick i near Sheriff Bowman the White
question to your came up on
in business. Mrs. McGinnis and child
Perhaps one of the most interesting
your teeth at the table to ask for a '"bit" i will erect a new residence as soon as the Saturday night with two prisoners, for
will him there
join soon.
examples was a carved cocoanut, a veritable
of water, to cough over the table, make lumber and other necessary: material can whom the authorities have been lookingfor
cyclorama by native artist, of rain here The
a representing Plenty now.
l be growerssay
a noise with your mouth when eating or got together. the last six months. They are the
an incident in the life of the it is splitting the somewhat t
I i Aaron Bennet is about oranges ,
Capt. adding a
drinking, lean your elbows on the dinner Hanker brothers, and we hear are-wanted -
Queen of the Fiji Islands. This was pre but not enough to materially injure the
table, or do many other unpardonable j I large wing to his house, assisted by Mr. near Green Cove Spring for appropriating
sented to Mr. Walton by that sovereign Graham who him from splendid crop they expect.
offences against ettiquette. There is an I accompanied cattle belonging to others.U. .
herself. Upon the walls of the front I The ladies of the M. :E. Church South
oMminp, "Where ignorance is bliss it contemplates I D'Oxoiiu.
room were artistically:: arranged the saws: [ staying us a. time at will hold another meeting Wednesday
to be wise. ----
folly i
of saw fishes, swords of sword fishes, the evening at 7 o'clock at Hill's Hall to arrange -

We frequently} hear deal of grumbling skins of aligators and snakes, the enorm- I Capt. McFadden's ways are much in CITY POINT, Sept. 23,1889. for the lawn party. All interestedare

and complaints about the hot weather I demand just now. Several small steamers Editor Florida Star: requested to be present.
ous tusks of boar, from the French penal
this the and sailing craft are waiting their As not to understand There in Cocoa
in Tihh'illeS if was only settlement, of New Caledonia fish hooks some seem ex- was a mass-meeting
; turn. The are being enlarged and last Saturday night in the interest of the
warm place upon earth. Looking over ways actly the position of the Democratic par-
made ,sea-shell from
( Polynesia;
1803 I improved to meet the increasing business. in the and wet" prohibition cause at the Colored Baptist
old in "dry campaign -
an English paper, published ty present
screens from Japan ; and drapery from Church. Dr. Hughlett and Guy Metcalf A
we observe that it was so hot and dry in Arabia. High up across the wall, over Mr. lliscock, of Georgiana, preachedto I wish to state that the anti-sa i opened the meeting, and Butler Reed

1716 that the heat was almost unbearable the mantel, was stretched the skin of an a very interested congregation Sun- loon men of all parties have simply I I (col.), addressed the colored brethern.

and many died through it. In enormous snake, that Mr. J. O. Walton day last, and warned his hearers to think agreed to vote the same ticket on the dayof The ladies of the new M. E. Church

Great Britain men and beasts died in and his brother, Mr. Chas. H. Walton, seriously before voting for high or any election and to work together for pro South met at Mrs. C. W. Harri n's last

score through the heat. Meat could be license! during the coming contest in October hibition under the 19th! article of the Saturday afternoon and decided to givea
captured not more than a mile from lawn for the benefit of the church
cooked it the Nota constitution, which simply means saloons party
by exposing: to sun.
Eau Gallic, and which measured over on Wednesday. October Uth. The party
Foul dared between Artesian well water is now laid through by the will of the majority or no saloons
venture out noon nine feet before the head, neck and part will be at the church and church grounds.Last .
and four p.m. In 1718 shops hadto both grounds and building on the Treut- by the same power. Let us all be good
many of the tail cut off.: When I -
was say enormou Saturday quite an interestinggame
close the theatres their ler Hotel site, and yet another well is to citizens and obey the law. whatever it
; never opened I don't mean large as compared of baseball was played here. The
doors for several months ; and not a dropof with the outside be put down shortly. The system of irrigation may be, and we promise that if those citizens City Points came down to "clean up"

rain fell for sir months. In 1779 the pictorial exaggerations pursued by Mr. Treutler is worthy who think the saloons should be the Cocoa Palmettoes, but they returned
the doors of dime museums ; nor yet as i of leaving the score 40 to 11 in favor of the
heat inspection. licensed and opened at the election called
at Bologna was so great that a large
compared with the myths of the Georgia Palmettoes. Saturday next there will
Ii Sabbath School will be resumed at the
number of by them under a constitutional right
people were stifled. In 1793 snake fabricator, whose home, I believe. be a game played between the men and
the heat became intolerable ; vegetableswere Eau Gallie Baptist Church Sunday next, should prove to be in the majority, we the boys of Cocoa, when some fun is i ex-

burned up, and fruit dried upon is at Arnericus, but enormous as I compared 29th inst., at 10 a. m., Rev. H. M. Prince will not attempt illegally to close either pected.
with American
the tree The furniture and woodworkin any serpent ever superintendent. Adults and children in- the front or back door of said saloons, Two "gentlemen of color" got into an

dwelling-houses cracked and split, and saw. It i is called a cotton-mouth moccasin vited to be present. A short service will but will quietly submit while they are altercation in the west part of town Sat-

I think. close of the urday night. During the quarrel that
be held each Sabbath the
meat went bad I in an hour. And stillwe being tested as an agency for good or
leveled 32-caliber
The skins of several rattlesnakes were ensued Win. Huber a
hear people complaining of the heatin hung about the room, but none of them school lessons. evil for the next two years. On the other Winchester at Ely Keys and fired, the

Titusville.Xo Hodgson Bros. have quite a quantityof hand, if our wet fellow-citizens find that ball entering the right eye. Keys now

were of such terrifying proportions as fine Villa Franca and Sicily lemons those: who don't, want saloons, in the lies in a very critical condition. He may
doubt many of our readers will the one over the chimney piece. will recover but lose the Butler Reed
about ready for use. This point shipa exercise of their constitutional right are eye.
l tit glad to hear a little about Captain The couch was covered with an elegant : 'swore out a warrant for the arrest of Hu-
very considerable quantity of citrus in the majority, let them also submit,
*ad Mrs. C. F. Fischer. In a letter, justto carriage robe, composed of the skins of ber Monday morning, but up to date he
hand, he says, inter alia, *.We shall fruit in a year or two, new groves being and not seek, illegally, to open them, has not been apprehended.
Australian Judging
not leave Baltimore before October 6th, over fifty oppossums. made every year and the old ones being either front or rear door. The friends of i ---------------.

and Annapolis October 14th, thinking from the quality and color of the fur considerably enlarged.The saloons were in the minority in the con- Uuc'ilell.Srnlca 5a1>t'c.
by that time to have one day's vacation the ojipossum of Australia must be an
from schooner Queen, Capt. Roy Me- vention which framed our present con- THE BEST SALVE in the world for Cut*,
the music of mosquitoes The different animal from the disgusting -
altogether Fadden in command, returned from the stitution. They were in the minority Bruises, ores. Ulcers, Salt Rheum. Fe-
Indian River need think
people on
night prowlers of that name in Sore. Tetter, Hands Chil
ver Chapped
gang> north means to get away frommosquitoes Keys lately with 80,000 pineapple slips. when the 19th article stood alone upon blains Corns, and all Skin Eruptions

or warm weather. 'We find this country.As This is, we believe, the largest load yet its merits before the people for ratifica- and positively cures Piles or no pay re-

roth here now, and about Chesapeake the Hermit was looking>> over large brought from the Keys on an Indian tion. They were in the minority again quired. It is guaranteed to give perfect

Bay and we long for the time when we collection of photographs he came upon River vessel. The Queen is one of the ; when the submitted two satisfaction, or money refunded. Price<<
question was
**n spend our summer at home in Titus- of Arab sitting on the sand :!' cents per box.: For sale by Dixon &
, flUe. We have enjoyed excellent health one an among Eau Gallie fleet of vesselsMelbourne. years ago to the people of this county. Grey. 10-11( .
Moorish ruins. His taste for ethnology -
Md a pleasant time, but it has been avery some : -- Meanwhile, expensive courts have been --- -
poor season for boating. It would led him to examine the face for .
maintained to enforce the law of the ma-
sauce some of our Indian River friends characteristics. ''That's no Ishmaelite -Mr. G. Gingras, of Rockledge4
race The sloop Florence came in early Saturday Can it be that this has
tee the fishing sports (1)) of Baltimore he said to himself as he studied the has been on a. trip to Missouri, Michiganand
enjoy a days fishing, which consists of "That's of the desert morning with a load of lumber forMr. grown in two years in the midst of a sober States since May, returned on Thursday

1 tnng with jib. of meat on the end of picture. no son Hector, discharged and was off again' peaceful, law-loving people into a train. He left for Rock-:
; It, and and it's Frank either, if the picture evenings
... by that bait they catch crabsfrom before noon. majority? In the name of all and everybody -
1 a wharf a whole day, and pronounce was taken in a French colony. That'sa ledge next morning.
; it The Flirt was at Malabar last week fora that we love and of every principle
t.; *n Baltimore I
excellent :
day fishing. Yank-eh-Amer-that is I
has one steam yacht and no sailing regular load of Bermuda grass. For what pur- we hold dear we hope not. i -Any person desiring; information in

t ilt gcht; hence it is far behind Titusville, would say, Anglo-Saxon face holy pose it is to be used we will tell next CITIZEN.f f I regard to Indian River-its climate,

F. tecaase you had three when I left.". smoke that's Mr. Walton." And that .-. ----_- h I I health and source-can obtain same

-\ gentleman hailing from Brooklyn, gentleman did not borrow the costume time.Mr.. Charles E. Jackson, of Daytona, -After you have perused the outside by sending a two tent stamp for postage -

X Y. from the property-man of the Haymarket to A. L. Hatch, City Point, Fla., and re-
who thought of investing here, was another pleasant caller last week, on pages look at the interesting news inside.

ltoPped at the Indian River Hotel last Theatre nor Wager's Hall for the photograph his way to his Jupiter Island place. Mr. ceive by mail a copy of pamphlet on

JI tek was taken-as the legend in gilt Proclamation t Brevard county published by the comity
One Of our real estate men began Jackson has a beautiful place at Daytona -

*set his cap for him on the day of his letters on the back indicated-in Algeria and is an enthusiast in floriculture.He 7>y the Mayor of the lovn of Titw'dk, I II commissioners of this: county. *
I Africa. Another photo of what at first State FltJr la. i'
4rntl of the few who have met of
but next morning was surprised is one very -- --- -

tolearn I that he had left town at an early glance appeared to be a couple of. untamed with success in the cultivation of pansies.At To all whom it may concern and the 1: Deafness Can't be Cured

LOnr, On making inquiry in regard to Texans proved, upon closer examination Captain Hector's place can be seena registered voters of the said town of Ti- i by local application, as they can not

k $ sudden departure it was learned that to be that of Mr. Walton 1 anda curiosity, which we have watched with tusville: j:! reach the diseased portion of the car.
ht hd gentleman who is not altogether Notice is hereby given that the annual There is only one way to cure Deafness,
consulted one of our physiciansJ young great interest. His Sago palm put outa the of Ti- is" constitutional remedies.
officers of
unconnected with the press of Brevard I I I election of the town and that by
Jn day for before and obtained a prescripr which- county, but whose name is withheld from crown or bud that was unlike previousones. I tusville will be held at the Court Houseon Deafness is caused by an inflamed con

be nut one have pint of fpiritsfrumenti, doses, he; public on account of his excessivemodesty. At first glance it looked as if a the 28th day of October, A. D. 18S9, f' dition of the mucus lining of the Eusta-
used ih
very large tube inflamed
p the fourth Monday there- chian Tube. When this gets
'inend with the botfor This picture was from a studioin row of leaves were about to unfold. As the same being
J'iea appeared empty have rumbling sound or imperfect
marshal and you
elect j
And then there of. to one mayor, one
Texas. was a
renewal a few hours after it had Austin, it slowly expands in the interior can be collector of clerk and treas- hearing and when it is entirely closed
Q filled, but Messrs. Dixon & Gray photo of Mr. Walton in the winter costume taxes, one I j deafness is the result. and unless the in-
seeds to the and.
Canadian seen apparently, clinging and one assessor of taxes, each
urer !
of England or
[ thee a
the order on the ground that ; flamation can be taken out and this tube
d taken at Montreal. Another edges of the leaves and resembling a everyone to hold office for the term of J
cine should have lasted at least a gentleman, I restored to its normal condition hearingwill
reek. It was all in vain to explain about picture was taken in Liverpool and another : brown sea-bean, with bright orange edges. one year, and also to elect two aldermen !: be destroyed forever; nine cases out

y the cork had become loosened and in London. In another photograph, Mr. Jackson informs'us that each of these I I to hold office for the next succeeding two. of tell arecatised by catarrh. which is

fluid lost in Tho l drug- taken by the Duke of Edinburgh's photographer vears. nothing but an inflamed condition of the
r.wa obdurate.consequence.Later in the day. we (the Duke and party, happening will develop a flower. The bud is just J. W. McIntyre J. A. Miller and Geo.F. mucus surfaces.We .

1leinformoo, the sufferer obtained a sups to be in New Caledonia at that time.) beginning to open and i is now 52 inchesin Ensey are hereby appointed judges of : will give One Hundred Dollars for

t11 of hi remedy in another channel, Mr. Walton is at the head of a rescuing circumference. We have seen many the said election and James T. Sanders any case of Deafness (caused by Catarrh)
the of natives, who are bearing upona clerk thereof. that we cannot cure by taking hail'aCatarrh '
next he left with many party and number aslr.. .
morning palms a as large
sago under hand this 23rd of. Send for circulars free.
esp ion rCIYretfor to stretcher the remains of a lot of Given my day Cure. .
\ of his inability
*nd murdered Frenchmen. Hector's, but never before anything like. September, A. D./1859. F. ,J. CHENEY & CO..Toledo.0. .
a dry town. It looks as if prohibi1100 .
: Sold Druggists, "oe. 16.
did prohibit in Titu ,"il1e.I :\1 05J-L1'Y. i this. 23. H. F. ATKIS80tayor. | by



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THE CRUISER BALTIMOREThe A Condentctte.rs ..: Inter",* tist'artua _
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HAITI'STU The Fiatt .
Fastest )Iao-.., -War "Afloat-Over tlleuietit. .
\VORLD'SFAIRThe t There are IS cu-atz l wom a .
Knot ao Hoar.PHILADELPHIA. 20Time.J .
Twenty Sept .4
NEW YOil I ers in the Uait i States. of

Sept. 19.The new special from Macoa.: G ., says: Your : Since .:1Ub" .. ... .!.w.- 'ne

steel cruiser Baltimore which left her General Joseph Prophete Arrives correspondent arrived her Monday I raved ?44.l'/JlAA, ) Ly tjai parcaa gore ei y

dock at Cramp's shipyard on Wednesday hunt the state to The cruiser Edltunore u a
IVImly City Preparing a Surprise : night after A long over gra
i last and proceeded down the Dela in New York catch with Legislators Hull'and Patterson i ana is undoubtedly: the tats: "

for Congress ware river as far as the Delaware Breakwater up, the would-be duelisti Half I afloatCoimiiissioner

afternoon. A ;: of F.;:iaalGt. Hroi f
;ii returned Sunday And is Interviewed by a News- at his home here Monday morning away the statement .4 ELh'):> Xa'
fastened to the fore mast and another and Patterson j tta
of S1O.OOO.OOO from the legislature : p
a the south
In the Shape paper Reporter. negroes of ore giim Qe
to the main mast were public evidence the forenoon in the Atlanta :as n.\
spent menof ducat :nr3:
t Guaranty Fund, of the success obtained by the sembly. The fight is still on hot and whirAt*-. rapidly th s tit t't

: builders of the vesselHer'commander. De ws aa Ardent Follower of the heavy? but the most lllue.t1:11 men in Pbe v 1..l_. KT.. Piiea: : : aajbora Dy w

h B efceJ Up by Having All :Matter Arranged .: Cap; Schley. saidthat Exiled General Legjitime. Hut Ha Bibb county, including Dr. E. W. Warren I of tae Hataela gaag. werato ie:1I .

So That if- the Word i* Given the trip was entirely sjccessful. Taken Kiadly to Hippolyte-He Han have taken the matter sternly I wear out the nemom-ier jf th eir ot
definite ut.
and that the engines were aright and hand and before daylight some feudal which impelled: ttea }
Be Commenced at Once-St. : the Black Re- : spirit to .
r. Work May worked admirably The vessel went Something ti Say About course must:: be :adopted. The seconds 'ier the McCoy: brothers worms hrI ...

t + Ixmi alto After It-Paris Exhibitor eighty or ninety miles out and is a public' Debt and General Prospect are, not recognized. The committee of i I state during the rerrmaJ-r of to e1r; .1.

ji Asxlou to DUplay iu America. beautiful sailer. You can be perfectly NEW Ior.z. Sept. 19.-Among the twenty-five drew up a communication list,. ,

CHICAGO, Sept !1.Chicago is preparing confident in saying that" she is the passengers on board the steuner.13,, addressed to both the duelists.with. asking each.Hu1f J A .rommi. Lat fce-u appointed:o a_

a surprise for congress in connection fastest man-of-war adoat' which arrived )1ontbW a man that a conference be had : tat with the SL...-tou arid Was *.OQ tp Ideans
Another officer stated that the Balti- consented but declined to commit :
with theworld's fair projectBy left lost Wednesday and anchoredoff whose name is nearly as famous: in himself to anything. Patterson has arrived ot Dakota fcr the. urrwUcr of 3,. t,
more tLeir lanla.The
{ the time the senators and representatives Ship John Light the weather then Hayti as that of Legitime or Hi1 I'o lcte.. from Atlanta and a final effortis acre* of the lint .
K : crew !>s
are ready to take up the questionof being too rough for her trial On Friday It was Gen. Joseph Prophete, the being mode to settle the difficulty.A : which tounJ+n-i in n.ia-ate:alp w GI.: I

locating the fair Chicago will tire a morning a preliminary trial was brother of Gtl..Il: lIJ. Prophete and : !y-two days. in an opts boat wirhjuskgawattr. h-a-

t broadside at them in the shape of .10- hall, and on Saturday morning she Gen. Brenor Prophete. recently minister STRANGE STORY. t Iud were about to resort to cacjj.Lalisia ; I

: 000,000, pledged as a guaranty fund a went out for her regular olSciif four of war under the exiled Gen. Legi- A White Official Agitate a Race Warfront : when nr.c-ued.

cite selected plans drawn information hours trial under command of Capt. time. There :ore nine other brothers, a Colored Pulpit. ; Chicago will increase its i;uaraa:.t tei

_' collected by a study of the greatest expositions Joseph Steel indicator cards all of whom have; reached some degreeof BixttiiN'GEAiL Ala.. Sept. 1'J. --A I for a world's fair tu ilUAJu'VJL
and w retaken
w# of the old world, engineersemploy : All data fifteen minutes from both prominence in the Black Republic.One strange story comes from Maricn county -; The Hiiaiveraary ct the iniepeaioaMexr" : <

ea and all matters arranged, so every is said left the of the was celebratedthroutrouttae:. oai
ends of eery cylinder on the ship of them. it countrysome Ala A white justice peacerecently !
that as soon as congress gives the words ,; which made for three hours an averageof time ago with a considerable went to a negro church there try MondayDeputy -
work of letting the contracts for Marshal Nagiek, \*auTerry. xai l
the about 20 -iO knot an hour in a amount of government fuud. while the meeting was in progress, and,
be has been: released oa hip own
i I'C'J!
corns sea Many of the peopleon Gen. Joseph Prophete was the preacher. asked the atten- -
This line pretty good governorof stopping; runce. with bond fixed at &j.(). l
menced. board thought she was making better Jacmel and minister of wir under tion of the congregation for a few mo
I cided upon at a meeting of the executive for all in calculation and the the officerof Secretary Rusk pr-ilct.i that! ta* 1 tAliI
I x time, but allowing errors President Solomon during war ments. Entering the pulpit will IK
afternoon.St. Sra: soon :upphed with
r J committee Tuesday log; lines etc., she is believedto which lately ravae.Hayti l played a the state drew a paper from his I manufactured from our sorghum product"Yttrei qr-

d Louts Hard at Work.WASHINGTON have made 20 2-10 knots. The trial prominent part. His arrival aka .not pocket and announced: that there were ,

Sept 21.-ExCongressman :, indicates, it is said. that she is the fast- cause much of a flutter in the office of two columns on the sheet foe signa: i ::,t.

John, J. O'XeilL of Missouri est vessel of any ship of her tonnage the Haytian representatives in the city. tures. Caft.Visainaii ha 'J:! rt'tl a req.-i 5t'I

Speaking of the location afloat and the fastest man-of-war of any Xeitl Minister Preston nor Consul All who were in favor: of the race war J-:;,,Ut) for the head A Chief Bushiri I&

i;' r i is in the city. he : countrv. General Deslandes was present at the were asked to sign in one column. and 'I has been: done la oon....-juence of 3aisithreat

it" of"In the ISO'2 coming exposition eau there says"is one thing The Baltimore ran straight ahead all pier to greet him. In fact until: informed all opposed were requested to bign in to _drttroy the uumioos m t& a.

which surprises ine. Notwithstanding !, the time. There was nothing from the of his presence in New York the other. The negroes were thrown tenor

noticeable the fact that the St Louis time she left the dock until her return by a reporter, they did not even know into a :state of intense excitement, and I t Mr Thomas A. EL on, before !ha ie-jf.

: have given the most extensive that occasioned any.stoppinf? It is also that he was expected. They said however the meeting broke up without any signature tune for Berlin, gave 10.0LO( fnscjfcrtbbenefit

papers advertising possible to the fact that wet stated that the BaIhnoreat probablygo : that they were not interested in > being given. A Democratic : of the poor $f Paris.

; are alter the exposition none of the eastern I more than 10.000 horse-power, andas :. him and did not call upon him during newspaper publ}-heJ in the ('"Ju:1tLit- The Catholic Bishop Gillhoolj dyaji:

has the slightest 9,000 horse-power was the amount the day. : terly censures; the conduct of the oSicer Sligo.
cities or people I be Lord Mayor Sexton, of Dub:a, bu. f.
knowledge of it To them the fightS contracted for it will, in cage this Hunted Up by a Keporter. : and claims that the whites and blacks "
I warded an additional CXK) to the Joharxm
1L seems to lie between New York and true, give the Cramps: bonus of at least Although nobody seemed to know there are on the most amicable terms. sufferers, making JCiTwin all

Chicago. Yet we have raised a fund of 1,000 1orse-I der. where the general had gone, he was I! A monument to the French adieu a:4

$.000,000, have organized a local committee It will be two or three weeks before found by a reporter at the Hotel Griifu, DEADLY ICE CREAM. sailors who fell in the Franco-Prut,
made the
.i of 200 leading citizens, and Governor -, the calculations States officials to be will be completedand by : in West Ninth street Tail straight as Several Prople Perhaps Fatally Poisonedat built by National: subscription was ant]
state United broad shouldered and active
Francis has appointed a ,
an arrow AunUton, Ala. I in the Place de Foatenoy SaadayM.
r' committee of 100 more. We are after made public. the general looked the typical military ANNISTOAla.. Sept. 10.-Friday Corvillaia. the proprietor of Uu i>
red hot, and it is time and was as dark as the blackest of
the exposition : SENATOR G33S! AND THE NEGROES.A night the Woodstock guards the crack werpt cartridge factory the zplosioi 4.
the fact trimmed and
to .
for the east to up I his race. A sparse which caused such a frightful dsssarla
t Complete and extensive maps, plans Georgia Legislator ho is iu Favor of : combed in the French fashion.' covered ; military company of the town over fifty been arrested.

and diagrams have been published 1 Their BauUhment or Extermination. I, the lower port of his face. He was strong gave: brilliant hop at the open- )L Corvillian's engineer bay aLe bass i>

s showing our advantageous location: in NEW YOKK. Sept 21.A Press special dressed in a dark suit. He spoke onlyin ing of their new armory. Refreshments, rested.

respect of population and the places | Senator Gibbs French, although he introduced a consisting of ice creaaC: etc.. were served The reichstag will reopen la OcVjber
Atlanta. ,
where we propose to put the buildings. ; from says word or two of English now ant then about midnight Shortly afterward The awards of the various comIl r._ at
it }Y We want it and intend to have it. If I spoke Tuesday in the legislature with a flourish. nearly every man and woman at the the Paris exposition will be aonouacri a

1 we can't get it Washington is our second : favor of forcing the negroes to leave the Going to Paris fur Pleasure. boil began: "to get violently: sick andit 29.Advices
'' He referred to the whole race as"Emancipated evident that the ice
choice. state. soon becoming
:C f'a "Yes, said the general as he rocked from Montenegro are tha i2l

1 : What Will St. Joseph Do? : "a-aoonds. he said "the away in his easy chair, "I am going to cream or something else contained 1 families in that country are likely soon: to
negro Paris purely for pleasure. I am on no poison. I be from famine. Prince 5&obi I
Mo., 21.-Amass suffering
Sept becomes useless and dominant and ;, Three ladies became dreadfully
of board of trade mission for'my country in the interestof young intends to visit the famiae tnckaa dliinA
meeting voudooism.
I into barbarous and begged their escorts,
held lapses Gen. rnp lyte. Neither do I expect frightened The latest advices from Samoa a. :WMalietoa
and citizens was Monday t ?
men lives and the honor of southern women who were equally sick and alarmed, to
convention of ; to see Gen. Legitime. who is at : was quietly restore! to power, d
to take action on calling a t are in constant danger at the hands of hasten with them home. From that
i present in the French capital. I shall that he and Mataaf have to the bId
: at St Joseph to givet gone
representatives the scoundrels. The time will come before time until daylight doctor in the
expression to the demand of the {j remain abroad probably three months every of Manono. where they will remain. ffi
public when the white people of the
the sick.
long busy attending
before returning to Port-au-Prince. I city was kept the decisions of the Berlin confereao In
1 the world's fair for one !
west secure I It state will rise as one man and demand : Some lives were aespired of. and even
of the western trade centers as againstthe left Hayti a little more than a wtekago. been confirm The Garmia coanl i!
of the :
+ the banishment or ; vet it is believed two of the
"Port-au-Prince had down young
cast. A resolution; adopted presents +'I quieted Apia nohi.i Tamasese that Gsrniaj TO
race. ladies and three of the men will
the to entirely. There was almost no echo of young from to lay paitj
in language advantages I precluded giving support
the of the
t "I approve whipping I die. The poison was traced to \erdi gris
the to be heard '
both the visitors and country that Ea t When white war People spoke as on the island.
location i negroes at > Point. ; if it had taken place instead in the cream freezer.
would inevitably follow from its strike for their home and fireside I years ago
men Crime and Cuultio*
of months. Business has I
at any interior point The strongest I am with them every tiuie. The time so many resumed THE LOST CABIN M NE. A negro church at Po: Oai: 3fcA, **
made is that the mileage !i its ordinary course. The merchants -
argument when the whites mast stand I.
has: come burned by
d of all the railroads of the east and south : have confidence in one :another. Old Miners in Search of the Kiche Dig- regulators.
aud defend themselves und their &o>
up James Weaver, city morsha! of
in 18SS was less than 47,000 miles, while : and confidence in the reigning power.Legit' ghig In the World.POKILA .
families. bjsni
cello, III, was stabbed a:&J x-rwmiy
in the west there was nearly 90,000 ; ?e is a power that was. The harbor -. Ore 20. A
'There is not room enough in thiscountry : >.T> Sept. partyis by Taylor Harding.
; ; miles of road completed and in opera : for both the negro ana the Yan- i is full vessels again plying their being organized; to search for the At Jersey City, Morris O'Briea iJWk>
trade in fear of
convention no by gunboats.
tion. The was I. kee. The negroes are always at the call : "The 'prices hasunk capture to the level famous lost cabin which is supposed to brother Timothy with a butchor-koJ* isf
for Oct. 2. Chicago has already '
Bet of the 'carpet bagger. I want: to see" : contain 1,000 ounces of gold gatheredmany quarrel over property left tten by tilt
t signified its intention of sending a : they had reached before the revolution
rid whole
least of the
this race.
delegation, and it is expected at began. The crops are good, despite the years ago. A party of miners mother
strong the tie hurl
The vote question was a
on A preacher named Smith wa
discovered rich
i Louis and other western candidates reports to the contrary, and work is years ago wonderfully
that bt I
and the president gave hk vote against : stabbed at Danville. Ini.. by MillirJ Jam
for the exposition will soon be plenty. The trade will be good during ill rrings somewhere on the Cascade
Gibbs. winter mountains and took out 1.000 ofmetal. The wholesale oyst pea in
heard from. I the : as with the plentiful pro- ounces If
One night they were surprisedby that oyster planters have sustained aS
visions the good times which naturally
i + { !I Europe ui J Kxhibitor INTO AN OLD CAVE.Chatanu follow the depression will come tu hostile Indians and all but three from 21tA1u.)) to i 2.tM,OW by n+aJ

y NEW YORK Sept. 2i.-A canvass of I ;; t tX'itedtr thv Evident I Hayti" "" were murdered. The survivors finally the late storm, and that some of tlstIIbbeen

: ; European exhibitors at the Paris exposition ( oiiforui.tr un of :r. Old Tradition. Her Debt luxasgerate.l.: found their way into the settlement o"f forced out of business and Into J bII-

shows an almost unanimous Intention Cn."rr.L"OOU.Tell:1.., Sept lo. -NearRotsville The debt the general is large, the Willamette valley nearly dead from ruptcy
the proposedworld's ; ; Their DevelopueuU ia regard to the rn rPsAnnie : *
to participate the old farm of John Ross, but not has been hardship; and: hunger. storY ,
on :: so enormous az reported iaf
fair in America in 1S9 Of C50( j, I I ; gained general belief and they organized Leicoaey, of MerchaatSTille*
i #l principal exhibitors from the great J.I the powerful chief of the Cherokees, aprobably in northern papers. Five million party after t.1rtto search for the lost t cat that she was killed by her uncle.CiM*
dollars he thinks too and believes
S of two declarer very rich fined of lead ore hasbeen high, Ile-y Leconey, with the of secunfif**
ti countries Europe only !I. : : l.OOo.OOOviil all the liabilities.The cabin, all of which ended in disaster: hope
I that they will not exhibit here. Twentythree made in a singular manner. A ? cover ; and suffering. At this late day an old- eral thousand dollar due tiw girl; tno:: m'
:! force of workmen are engaged inexcavating people in Has are accustomed to ,
large I
undecided while the balance other uncles estate.
are timer turns with the of these
: revolutions and will be able to maps
1' a h are enthusiastically in favor of theproject ; for a new lake, near East ; recoverfrom men who died and will pilot FrAm03, one of the most j p.-olid
years ago
the effects of the last one. including -
I End, a Chattanooga suburb. One of citizens of Morgan 0.. wa>
: into the that is believedto county
a party
the of the debt country
struck loose dirt at distance : payment more rapidly ,V
I the men some contain the richest diggings in the dered at his home by a Sera Uxn$ a
TELEGRAPHIC VOLAPUK.A : than other nations. ;
from the surface. beak
.d : world. I niece, who literally hacked h:* I
+ Code of Uui'V hal Lujuaje by Telegraph Directly after an entrance: to a cave Hippolvte the People's Choice. face to pieces with a butcher bi! 8tI

to He Eitablhhetl. I was discovered, and in this cavern the "We are like the French is that respect An ArkaiisM Murder. I accused her of stealing chickens troy tiIi

', i 21.The language 1 cad it is supposed. will be found. An : added the general "As to the LITTLE RoK, Ark., Sept 10.-Considerable : i A prize tight; at St Louis result4 fjI

t PARIS, Sept English I old tnulitioa'isavs) that cave containing coming election, I do not think there I excitement was caused in this I death of Thomas E. Jackson, OM of ...

i .f in less than a century will bespoken ; rich deposits: ol galena: was mined by can be any doubt as to who will be city Thursday on its being known that i principals:

by hundreds of millions of people : the Indians. Then they were driven chosen president: Gen. Hippolyte is : John Thompson, a colored teamster, A prominent physician uamei I,

5 and it may become nearly or quite away west of the Mississippi,' they tilled ;, all powerful and is the undoubted shot at an early hour \YeJnesdaeen- I his wife ant ruoher-in-law. wen Gr'JW" I II I

-4 '{ 4 the universal language of commerce. 'I' in the cave to prevent their white ene- : choice of the people. He is enthusiastically ing by Deputy Constable J. P. "Heard, while! crossing a stream near IRS* o***

The basis of a universal language of mies from finding and using the rich ; received everywhere he goes, and was dead Heard went oit to arrest Saua. i

( telegraphy now proposed is the systematic I stores of metal therein. Many attempts !J it he chooses to be chief magistrate no- i,i Thompson for obtaining a watch on I Engineer Friese was cms oi to deiti!bf* i

arrangement of 12),000 most I have been made to find it, but all unsuccessfully body can defeat him. He is at present [ false pretenses. He told the negro he huge crank ia a \ew York brewer

usual phrasewhich occur in correspondence. I and chance has unlockedthe i still pruvtronary president wanted him for obtaining groceries on I Tae upper story of a new two-Jjrj

5 : These are connected as I secret A thorough exploration will 1 "The time has elapsed almost when. ,, misrepresentation. Thompson was in building at No. % Park: avenue, CI '

''. $ to be discovered with the utmost ease, be made. ; according to the constitution the chambers his wagon at the time, and on learningthis & cago, was blown down Tuesday, sail
and in all that is be summoned to decide the knew he not the y
t telegraphing necessary must was man wanted, men working on the walls were r _,
A Dam Givt-s \Vav.WEST .
is to refer to the place of the phrase in ; question. But I can assure vou that ;, and attempted to drive on, when it is: the ground and buried ooder brie..

t the printed coda : CHESTER, Pa.. Sept 21.-The i before two months have passed by Gen. i:i claimed. Heard pulled his pistol and mortar. Two of them, JohnJohn Ib' .sJ

w The code consists of five volumes, :' breast of the large darn below;lines to the : Hippovw"ill be constitutional president shot.itne pronouncetl it a most Kohl, were seriously perlwp* taulJurtd.

each containing 500 pages of fifty line. i.1' Kennebec Ice company, of Wilmington, of Hayti. He will make, too, a outrageous murder, and it is proposed .

The ,volumes pages aria lines are designated !I Del located at Hibernia, this county. good ruler. I i 1 to prosecute Heard with the best legal

i by: letters figures or other sym I I burst Tuesday morning and a tremendous Gen. Prophet will remain in this ability obtainable. Heard is a Mississippian -!] ...? IV ,rk of Train t1 reckers .......tf

,: L4ti e boL'In sending a message a whole I amount of water rushed.. down : city visiting the sights until Saturday. and it is said, killed a man f I ATLANTA, Go.. Sept 1;. The fro ;

; sentence may often be expressed by I I the Brandyvvine. overdowin. the banks when he will sail by the French steams :: down there before coming here. Heardis I train wreck on the Central t\-r.W eof t

+ three signs, such as 3 B 3, which niigh'tmean I I and sweeping everything before it. The for Havre. : in jaiL : Hancock lost ni ht.ta.t o: .

f $ the fifth line of the fifth page of I I large bridge which"crosses the Brandy- I worst auioah-ups ever seen i inII
:4i t the second \olume Tele ruuhic codes wine just below the dam was swept l atutrophe In a Quarry. Minnesota Crop It was evidently the work of j s
: s !1 and several frame ST. PAUL, Minn.. Sept 19. The later II J0b2
of correspondence for particular departments away buildings were ; VANCOUVER. B. C., Sept IS.-AI 1 I wrecker. Three nieu Ergsntargil
of trtlro already in exigence; I earned down to Coatesville. Several of ; dreadful accident occurred Sunday : crop reports received: at the secretary : Jordan IDa:1 Bob N.aflez ,
G but an international code for all the.:1 the streets of Coatesville are four feet I; morning at the stone quarries just !; of state's office confirm the previous estimate t i F R :M. :Farkerwere killel; 'Ih s coal

world and equally useful in any language under water. The people living along above here. While some twelve laborers : of wheat yield for the state of of Fort McPherson barracks d14! A

$5 is a magnificent project by I the stream were warned by the sound oft S were engaged in opening cons of Minnesota, namely +J,000,000 to 30,000- i:' work in the search for the bC11:; t

mean* of which it will hereafter bepossible i+ the rushing waters and escaped to the : powder with chisels, the powder be- : 000 bushels. The average run from ten passenger train was due at the

r for persons to converse without 1 1 hills. So for as heard from no lives came ignited and a fearful explosion 1. t* thirty bushels per acre in the different I where the accident occurred ,.-

,1 knowing a word of each other lan t have been lost The flood had made the occurred, killing Pat Delanev and Pat counties, the bulk of the counties minutes late.
creek road In the i making returns of to
# + guage. impassable. places : Moran instantly. Four others eighteen twenty I
were .
meadows covered to the of i bushels. A large of the in Iteaerv I'
are depth fearfully burned and thrown considerable part corn ; t"loatlU1 ID the 1I".kI
f JACK r n ST. eight and ten feet The break wascaused 1 distance.. a ; southern Minnesota has been harvested I Bnun.oILOl..Ala., Sept. 1-: oII s
fall of rain. and the vied is above the Fair dead bod1.
j' by heavy
I>eprrU..'ina- lit p to 1 *r
:i of :li"- a<< untry.CHICAGO I!I --- Prove to Be a Murder. j to favorable reports are received from I white man was found floating 1tI

I So ul. The of >+ The Fire Reoord. WINCHESTER, Ky., Sept 16.-A few I the Dakotas :as to yield while Wiscon- t reservoirs of the Sloss furnace.that .
4 'pt. reports Shoat Lke. Man. ,, sin's report is very good, but no figures fsirllt
was: destroyed: by !.ira. days ago Steve Brbughton a railroad of a very large man
I temperature to the signal service biuvuu : bay, O.W'J. have been given of the total yield. I de
ftTriesaar \L man, was struck by a freight train, and I dressed, but was so badly E
indicate that frost : night !I! The propeller Albert Gowen burn&j .t Ihs: when found was unconscious, dying the I that recognition was inap ...1 .

over :i large area. Tiie state and IKC- Cleveland whir Loss, JSO.UOJ; ;u, rauiU next day. The coroner has returned a Snow in Michigan.I : back of his head had been

___________ tioll\ of ttaU included in the frost belt : < >GU. '| verdi, t that he died from the effects-of I'I IRON MOUNTAIN: Mick, Sept 21. -- evidently by a violent blown !! t E

t .\ 're northern lvrxn>A3, northern Mist !' Forest tires are doing much daciage iu s a blow given by oley Kelly in a saloona f The first snow of the year for this sect I blunt instrument The theory It b&t

: t r. illiuji-*. Indiana. Iowa.Vs>ix>ii6in { Shine.Cincinnati. short time before the train struck him. t tion of the upper peninsula fell here the stranger was muuderel ebej

: Xcbra-k-a and points further not'i: Southern railroad shops bunird Kelly has fled, but Jack Harris, colored, I Tuesday afternoon. It was only a j some days previous and theE boll f -I

---- at Chattaar.ora a, Loss, 25000. I was :arrested charged with being a partyto I sprinkling, but was followed by a oit- E Sunday night and throws "here
< I th 5 crime. terly cold wave.







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I 1 i
":'to ODDS AND ENDS. I LIGHTNING'S STRANGE FREAKS. 1i I Accommodating Prisoner. |
One of the most accoinodatin pris-

'II Japanese are learning how to I Oue r and Serious Things Done in a oners lately heard from is named Jack I -o--
The Twinkling by the Subtle Fluid. A Growing Disposition to Share the Picas- and THE TROIIC.TurXli
IDeaL In 1683 only 30,000 beadft I j Meeds he is now a resident of Alfred I LIKJacksonville
I(, cattle were slaughtered in all Ja- James Craig, a Scottish servant em- ures of Beautiful Grounds. i| for a limited period. He and au- I
I ]
o In 1685 the number increased to ployed by ElIas Rogers, a carpenter, I A man of wealth, residing in a beautiful ;| other prisoner named Dalton were i i
'- in I who resides at Allentown N. J. ; suburban town, pointed out to me taken Key West S'stcIn.St'ht"dnlt.s .
"' SfoOO; in 18S6, to 130,500; 1SSS. to I was j to Alfred jail in a wagon, the
;: 200000. the victim of a queer prank of lightning I with delight that there was not a wall or I other day, by one George Haley On

statistics.show a steady :I a few years ago. He was sitting even a fence remaining to 'd \de the six I|j the way the driver found his road in Effect .liny 24;. IW.I.Train .

,J Mexican the national prosperity. in the kitchen broiling a piece of meat successive estates, some dating back to blocked by two work teams and the -* of this line run on Central Standard !

Sports for the first half of the over tho fire, and a fierce thunderstorm ; colonial days, some quite recent, of driver whose team was on the right I Time, antI arrive and depart from theJ.

I The fiscal year were the largest was raging without A flash of which his was one. He had recently i hand side refused to budge; Haley T., ,V K. W. and S. F. 4' ,r. Union le-
present in the history tho coun lightning struck the house and the : purchased it, and I had noticed that his j: tried to drive by him with the re- J.Ht.

ecerknown i electric current ran down the chimney ; first act after purchasing was to lower J suit that the wagon was overturned. Vest India Fast Maul!.

try. tho colored ; knocked Craig senseless, add ; the wall separating it from the street 1 While the driver's attention was occupied >To. 27 No14

a of'\his minister church met at a camp ground sexton one threw the meat ana spider into another : Ever since I have known that particularstreet :i in holding the horse, Dalton 1 00 p m..Lv Jacksonville .Ar..t :30 a in

inquired whether he would room. the walls and fences have been i started on a run across the fields. 1 o4 p m...(irl't'n Cove Shrine. :M; a m
:blik dar and Craig was given for dead but in
up I
1r. bet his post in the city on the next hour to and stated that he growing lower. All the present tendency disposition 2 40 p 1ll..PalatkaJunction.4 .'s a, nt
' "No. sah said the "1 an came : in our northern states is in that I II 2 4S p m. ..Palatka...........4 :'tj; a m
" Sunday: negro; had not been insensible since the second Haler ran Dalton down and ;3 2: ....... .
'rated cousin to affiliate I : direction; in some attractive suburbs I brought > p m HnntiiiKton. .:> :!I a mi
have app my when the shock occurred, but bad him back, helped patch up the broken : -1:! p m...Seville .:3 (H) a lit
there fences
1ratt in my place. been unable. to move a muscle, although -:! are absolutely no whatever I harness and finally offered to walkup 4 20 p III....Ihl.tnl Junction.2 00) a III

There is a way out of every dilflcultr !j he had heard everything that and one sees roses and even strawberries if Haley would give him his mitti- 4 30 p in..Orange City Junt.....1 4S a nt

t that meets us in life. It may not was going on about him. His left side i growing unmolested tip to. the edge of mus. The team was repaired at last -") 15 P 111...........HlIlforeL..l Mam;

to the 'way wo like, or the way that I was badly burned and one of his shoes i the sidewalk. An American visiting t i and the trio reached the jail without ."> f>7 p in.......Winter Puk..I I 53 p m

promises great glory, honor, pleasure was torn from his foot and found i Europe is extremely struck with the 1 I further mishaps.-Lewiston Journal. Ii 13: p m..........Orlando..........11 40 p In

... or reward, but it is a way of deliverance I nearly twenty feet from where he sat J I contrast: in many suburbs: of London 7 2;. p m........Ki simmtv.......10 50 p m

and we arc bound to consider it when the house was struck. ; tho walls are so high that you feel as if I "Show me a man who rides a velocipede 110 13pm..........Tampa.......... 7 -10 I p lIt

God's way.- Joseph Owen i Two peculiar cases of death by electricity (i living in a kind of fortress; and on the or bicycle, and I'll show you a 10 1:) p III...\r Port Tampa Lv.. l> 50 p in

A Maine boy, afterward a million occurred in Asbury Park a few continent you often walk through miles I case of spinal complaint says Dr. Pullman Kuffet Sleeping Cars between

aire, is: remembered as the author of years ago, and the story is oft told ,: of lanes which are shut in on both sides, Agnew. New York and Tampa, daily. No 27 s.to| sat
this touching aspiration: "I wish I thei'C. James Young: and Henry; so that only an occasional elevation gives ; Ki=-,sinlrttee for Hipjier. Nos. 14 and U7

had all the gold which could be con-I Brooke, two }house painters, were at !, you a glance at the surrounding country. i -------- '---' _. __ connect at Port Tampa with Plant tt'aUl-
" Lamed in all the bags which could be'i) work on the exterior of a cottage on A villa in the United States usually implies i sail ship! from Line for, Key West and Havana. SIiijK

made by a cart load of needles. He I Wesley lake when a terrific thunder i; something open, attractive ii Thursdays Port Tampa on 3luntlIanal!
ti rich but dissatisfied and unhappy. storm came up. They fled to the Interior ble the the FOR i arrival of trains. No. !!7
died i i to eye. A villa on European $3,000. : connects Palatka} Junction with the Florida -
of tho house and after the
Maine folks sometimes blow out the s'n shiiing continent, and often in England, implies ': I Swtherr HaHwa)'.

d but you can't fool all of 'em. It passednnd the sun was again an inaccessible wall with iron gates. EI.IGII.LY.J.c\TED : TUAINX IiKT\VKKX
gas I they went back to their scaffold. : DKI.AXD JUXCTIoX AM
'V was a Maine man living on the back t : It is impossible to deny that there is
I Just as each painter touched hi2 mLAxi: .
lots wbo wbo discovered held the that string the of strong fiery brush to tho wet woodwork a flash u' I something very attractive in the privacy ORANGE! GROVE : Lv DeLaml NoOl N )!S'J No87 NoS No83
woman created by tho wan Tho world is left ,
untamed steeds by each arm in the lightning came, followed quickly bya I i unctil1u..iOI': I :-lpljp: : 1:!:.top >::-,oar
" outside and the is free within i
family as .\
chain crash of thUn<1el', and a workman in DeLainLlhOop 4li. :00p: lt:55i; IhOoa
had |
. circus, a passed throughher
a nearby house saw both of them fall. I its own domain as if it lived on a planet -_ -.---
11 sleeve and across her back, by Shortly afterward it was discoveredthat : of its own. A suburban villa at Kensington i j 1 ON INDIAN RIVER, ArDeland No.S2;; Noel XoSG Xo S.S Non 2

F which the other.horses simply pulled both men were dead, although I or Hammersmith, for instance, I Junctitn.Si3a: : 1:!:l..i p '!::!Op 4l"p; 10:": 01 l.

I. against each their bodies bore no marks, save dull j safe within its encircling wall, possessing IN FINK THRIFTY CO DITIOX. Lv IeLandS:20i 12:00p :O.jl') E 4:00p 10:10p
Here is a choice specimen of rains SS and .S m!> run daily, all others
"pig I
:. black lines about tho fingers which ;: its own fountain, its own nightingale -
eon English," culled from The Timesof I held tho brushes. ,I and almost its own moonlight- THREE HUNDRED &: FIFTY TREES, daily except Sudday.South .

India. A native recently sent a''j One day a G-year-old child in a Connecticut .I what can be more delightful? Or the I Florida Arcomiutulation.

present of a gosling to an English I j town was playing in the garret -, patio, or inclosed court, of a Spanish Two Hundred in Good IJearinjrWILL. ;1 i Xo. ;3- S4.s .\. ti.

1' commissioner, with the following letter J I during a severe thunder storm. house, where the house itself makes the 1I I II ::30' a m..Lv .hck-'IIl\.i.JJ.\r.; .. 4"p mt .
1 : "Honored sir, my father was in t ii> o-> a JU..C ireen Cove Sprins ...: 4-11
A chimney was struck. The bolt ran and j ; in
garden, world is absolutely excluded --- i
Bombay the week last and ho broughttwo down the side of the house to the!' 10 2:, a in ...Palatka Junction ... 1 ;r 0 p in
On the other band, these very 10 oT ........ "
goose's pups of the newest fash- a m ..Pabtkt..4 4,> in
I, ion, so I beg leave to send your honorone. ground.. The but family unharmed.were extremely 'i charms increase the regret felt by every : GUARANTEE A NET INCOME 11 17 a m....... lIuntin tCln.. ......4 lit) p p m

I They arc not common gooses, missed Frightened the, golden haired darling They of :: generous nature for the exclusion thus FROM PRESENT CROP 11 40 a w............Seville .3 SJI! p nt
but of somewhat respectable family. implied. They press home tho question, I 12 :H p nt... JeLand Junction ...2 43pm;
, tIle house but found him unin-
Kindly accept." : but, soon dazed. But, instead ]i was the earth really meant for the few, i OK 10 PER CENT. ON PRICE.ADDKlivr i 12 48 p m... Orange City June ...2 27 1 p m
jured j!
completely or for the human race? Many an American -: I 20pm.Ar Sanford Lv.1 :>o p inDaily .
A nine-year-old son of Maine, living i I of yellow curls, the child's hat I between
| traveler has felt this drawback Palatka
on I ;
1S eleven miles from Bangui, heard was changed to a jetty black. ,
daily south of l'alttkXu.
except Sunday .
the delicious rural life I
England. ,
of the electric lights in that city, and A queer experience befell Miss Jen- ,j I 3 connects at Palatka with Fla. So. Ky.
teased his father to tako him there I tie Button, of Springfield, Mass., i Charles Sumner, who was more pettedin Jacksoii-ville
that ho might see them. Tho father I when a residence on Florida street I English society than any American LOCK BOX 24<>, Tl'rrSrIIJLE, and SanfordCt'OIIl-

f said he had n't tiime. A few afterward .smce his day, and was suspected of An inodafioii.
days ; was struck by lightning.: Miss Button i j I'L()]:J U.\. 9 .
I the boy was missed. His father I was standing in her room with a hat | glomania on his return by even hisC't'er No. > No. 78

drove straight to Bangor, and at 9 i in her hand when tho current shattered kindly friend Longfellow, yet wrote ------- - :3 oO p m..Lv ..Jll.klou'iJItr..l:! 4" p m

1 o'clock that night found him under j the door frame within a few feet : soon after, I have always enjoyed the ;5 44 p m...Green Cove Sl'riug..J1 a 111

0a electric light, gazing in open eyed; ,I of her. Tho shock knocked her down, I refinement of the best society, but have 1 1ne"er W. E. KNOX 7 7 22 oO; p m...Palatka Junction..._10 45 a m
m.Palatka .........10 40
0i deli} bt Ho had p a m
walked all tho
way. I and for some time afterward she was sat in the palaces of England with- 3
oOpm.Huntington... tf i
) a m
A ilaine newspaper thinks that the II deaf in consequence. An examination out being pained by the inequality of !9 22 p 'it..Seville.. U I 37 a in

I boy may be a future Edison. of tho hat showed that the lightning I which the inordinate luxury was. a 10 35;! p in.Deland Junction... s 4') a m

It We may well question tho value of I skeletonized tho feather on her hat token." House & Sign Painter 10 no p m...Orange City June... 0 25 a m

i any immortality whoso roots do not completely.Miss I Of course it may be justly said that 11 !50 p m.Ar Sanford Lv.... S 05 a in

I stnko deep into the soul of tho present I Cora Kirtland, who was stand property is property, and that the most Daily except Sunday.No. .

t life. Thoughts of heaven that I ing down stairs in tho dining room at I imperceptible lino drawn around real estate 78 connects at Palatka Junction with

J r crowd out present duties are vain and the time of this shock, held a knife hi I -or no line at all-leaves it just as TUTSVILLE: FLA.Will I Florida Southern Rail way.Sanford .

mischovious. Tho truest faith in the her hand, and the shock drove the clearly within private ownership as if and Lake Kn; !"ti Kailway.LKAVK .

future life is fidelity to tho life that knife through ono of her fingers cut-I the wall were there. This is true, but it I ; A RR1\:

now is. They are parts of ono con- ting it to the bone.-New York is also true that the ownership becomesless Estimate or Contract for Painting No. 113 :No. Ill No. 110 No 112

i tinued existence, the quality and ten- !t i exclusive from the moment when it Indian River. 5:10 p lu1U a III..Saniord.:.'l t a 8:4S; put
dency of which in the future will be 1 anywhere on 5:27 m -1:59 a JJI..1'tolt..7:5 t b:2.
p a JIm
Keeping at It. : ceases to be visible and, as: it were, ag-
tho natural result of the lifo now I lived.B. i 5:50 p m ):.:)7 a ru.S orrt'llto..i:1-1: a i:40
I It is mistake that If the foot of is excluded put
a great to suppose gressive. a stranger Can do all kinds of Training, eitherin
F. ifcDanieL 5:04) m (5:17 JU.It Dora.7 J ; )
p a a :
I too best work of the world is done by it is something that the eye is
Oil or Water-Colors, representing Oak, 6lli; p ni t>:30 a m.Tavare.7:10 a 71() pm
I peopleof great strength and great oppor- not. I once heard a poor Portuguesewoman
Ash. ( )r 1ho Daily except Sunday. No. 113 connect
'licrryValaiit or
The Koiuac)* us M VIe<: lUu rl..... tunities. It is unquestionably an advantage say that she and her husbandwere at Sanford with Vt\ t India Fat Mail. No.

Said an ex-prison official: "They have a to have both these things, but so destitute they had "nothing but 110 connects at Sanford with Jacksonville
new and method of maintaining neither them is a necessity to the man the day and the night;" but the day and Wootl-Filing&! Hard-Oil Finishing. and Sanford accommodation for |iointsNorth.

who has the spirit and tho pluck to the night are less valuable-say, rather, .
cipline in the state prison at Folsom, Cal.,
and achieve great results. Some of the I that there is too little day and too much Indian knitter }:*llrt"'t"-! .
I learn it is
as near as can proving agreat PAPER HANGING
work of time has been done those who shut out from "
success. They have no dungeonsor greatest our I night-for are No. "7 No. ;>

dark cells: in the prison corporal by men of physical feebleness No man even the sight of the landscape by high 1 00 p. nr..Lv. Jacksonville Ar..l2 45 i' m

punishment ia unheard; of has loft a more distinct impression of I walls. The mere denial of all possibility I ala On:1in.in..gS:: : : : I .2 40 p m..Palatka Junction..10 45 ]I' III

the thumbs tying up by himself on this generation than Charles : of ownership is bad enough. I remember I 48 P m..........Palatka..........10 40 i' III

is never permitted; in short, I Darwin, and there have been few men how depressing it was,on a first visit I a 4:' 1' m..Se\"ilJe........... 1> 371' m
DODO of tho old modes of punishment are \ )t
who have had to struggle against such I I to Europe when it suddenly dawned 4 20 p m..DoLaml Junction.. 8 40 |' m
recognized in this institution. The
sys- 157 p i t..Enterprise..S 01 In
tem in vogue Is this: When a new prisoner prostrating ill health. i upon me that the whole beautiful regionof STKiNCTL \\rI l<, tr; 50( l' in.....-Vr Titnaville Lv... 0 00 j.a in
Darwin was rarely able to work Killarney, with Jakes hills villages :
ia long ,
received he is Informed that they Daily except Sunday. Steamers leave Ti-
have three different bills of faro in the at a time. He accomplished his great factories and square miles of verdure, ANTIQrK AND MOSAIC 1 I tiiiville daily except Sunday, ftJr all points
work by having single aim and was all the literal of two menthe -
putting property
prison, and that it is optional with each I to Indian Itiver as far south as Melbourne
of his force and hourof Earl of Kenmaro and "Herbert of
every ounce every at '>:0 man I
as to how well he lives. If he is industrious G-1ass
his time into tho task which ho had Muckross that not foot of "
orderly, well behaved, and in I I so a square I Ii Mondays= 1\"t..lnt'Mla"s and Fridays at 5:00a
aU things conforming strictly to the set before him. He never scattered his i the territory could be bought by any one, I II For Decorating Churclu': J ),vellings: m for all points south as far as Jupiter,

roles energy, he never wasted an hour, and and a whole village might at any time connecting then with stage for Juno and all
of tho prison ha is served with excellent and all Public .
by steadily keeping at it, in spite of con- I be evicted at the will of a single proprietor. IUiiIdiui-: I landings on Lake Worth.Ilnliiux .
food cooked. *
nicely I I I Iti 'er K\i>)>re.s*.
tinual ill health and of long intervals of It certainly set one thinking as to
"Be can have steaks tea S l't'dal attention to all inside Finishinr. : "
chops, eggs | ;
I' So.7 K" .
and I semi-invalidism, he did a great work, whether the human race as such, had S
fo coffee, milk, white bread, etc.; if he and has left the impression upon the any rights in the planet.-Harper's Bazar. 1 0) j> iii..Lv Juck only fairly well behaved and does not :I i I 2 42 p m.....\r Palatka Lv..10 40 P 111i
do his allotted task properly, is Inclinedto world of a man of extraordinary energy I II I i Very Respectfully= II III i 3 ()f) p m.....Lv Palatka Ar.... it 35 p III

growl and grumble at the regulations and working capacity. Success is rarelya i John Crown aa a Poet. I t> OOpm..........Ormond.......... fi 25 j' lit
of the Institution, he is given ordinary matter of accident, always a matter of i In the Pioneer cemetery, in Richfield, I.I.i 15 W. R. KNOX. :; 0 21 p m.--Ar I)avtouL Lv..._ ti (00 a m

pffcon fare mush and molasses character. Tho reason why so many Summit county, 0., side by side upon a Daily except Sunday.
soup, -- - -
corn bread and men fail is that so few are willing to pay modest lot rises four small mounds of For:additional times at stations not iiamttl
etc. and if he Is ugly
subordinate ; the price of self denial and hard work turf which mark the resting place of above, and for general information, applyat
he is to feast on
permitted THE GLORY OF MAN
unlimited which success exacts.-Christian Union.To four children of John Brown and of his city ticket oiticc.
quantities of cold water and a }
I Tickets on sale at City Ticket Office, No.
mher I wife, Mary. The children died in 1843,
Email allowance of bread. You I I
Induce Sleep. II l t) Wot Hay street and at Union depot.
and within four of each other of
days a
can I
no Idea how hard tho convicts I J. LAUNKKD fi..
the that have : ,
to Among many recipes I disease which was epidemic at the time. How Lost How Regained,
enter the first class and there
j1 once for wakefulness Supt. 0t 11. Pass. \xt.
been given overcoming Their the above
very seldom that one of them has to I names are given on 1a. F. JACK, Jeneral Manager.
beaent.back is one devised by a Mr. Gardner, and the grave -Charles, Austin, Peter,Sarah. =r r ENCE d-----: -- -- .---.---- .
to lower class thus going
a i
celebrated in but I '
formerly England, now
. Under these carved
to names are rudely a
prove the truth of the old theory that THr:
almost forgotten. It is to lie on the right lff
few lines which the old abolitionist warrior -
men I I ty
their are most"easily reached through. side, with the head so placed on the pillow i I himself composed for the purpose: I I II
t stomachs -San Francisco Paper.aulutely
that the neck shall be straight; keep- I Through all the dreary night of death I NEW DRUG STORE

tf ing the lips closed tightly, a rather full i, In peaceful slumbers may you rest ;
. .\ Fire Proof. i inspiration is to be taken through the !! And when eternal day shall dawn 'I I KNOWTHY5ELE 1

The subject of slow consuming houses nostrils, and tho lungs then left to their j And shades and death have passed and gone. THE SCIENCE OF LIFEA Ha< on hand a Fine A>.-.ortmeiit of
Oh with
: ice may you glad surprise
. before the peojvle, must not be al- own action. The person now imagines i I In God's own image wake and lisa.&agazint Scientific and Standard Popular Medical Treatiseon
n fed to have rest until radical changes that he sees the breath streaming in and I of Western History the Errors of Y YouthPrematare Decline,Nervous. I; FRESH DRUGS.
are and Physical Debility, Imparities of the Blood.EXHAIJSTIDIWITY
inaugurated in the building of all out of his nostrils,and confines his atten- j I

BQ and high structures. Most of our tion to this idea. If properly carried out A Coffin Peddler. .UM>, SPECIFIC REMEDIES.: JL'AKAX-

jeofflcebuildingsaredeath traps. The this method is said to be infallible. |I A new occupation is followed by a man TEED TO CURE the Disea** for which

'ae-efi is true of tenements, as the world Counting and repeating poetry are'other I named Boxem Brown, who travels UNTOLEMiSERIES they are Recommended.lV .

ire knows. Whatever reforms so far means that have been recommended. i around New Mexico, peddling coffins.In AFTER 1>IXU ANY OF THEM, YOU

been enforced are of trivial value. Combing the hair, brushing the forehead a wagon drawn by mules he carries Resulting from Folly, Vice, Ignorance,Excesses or I Iu-; SOTTI'U:1J: : WITH Tilt RESULT. ,

4 JUleBSor Atkinson names a few Newd with a soft Bhaviii.; brush, or fanning, about twenty cheap coffins of assorted Overtaxation Enervating and unfitting the victim YOUR MOXKY WILL I'.K CHEERFULLY REFUNDED. -
for Work, Business, the arredorsocial Relation.
" he factories that arc what should are all good sleep inducers, and might sizes. He goes through the country after Avoid unskillful pretenders. Possess this great I .
everywhere. One sanitarium has 'I work. It contains 300 royal Sro. Beautiful \\e have no cure-all>, but a different -
re- well bo tried on sleepless children.-Once I the fashion of other peddlers calling at pages
been binding, embossed,full gilt. Price only >fl.oo by i 1 I Itemed/ for Each Clt.oi Disease-
r constructed at Dansville, N. I Ion Week. each house, and asking in a matter of I
. a mAil,postpaid, concealed in plain wrapper. Illus fur Affections of the Liver, Lungs, Heart
. the basis of safety and latest :. i fact way if anything in his line is wanted.It trative Prospectus Free, If you apply now. The I I anti
.. *p*ledge of distinsuiahed anther Wm. H. Parker, M. D., receive and Kidneys* ; for Female Complaints;
dst the appliance of art to re- John Knew the Score. ia not often that he sells a coffin for the GOLD AND JEWEILED MEDAL, :.ht) ) Ointments for Eczema Ringworm,

the? ere The fact of importance is, that i Clerk-Mr. Daybook I would like immediate use, but when a family con- from the National Medical Association for Tetter and other Di>ea>es of the Skin.
this on NERVOUS
sad! thing'hospitals can bo done. Our theatres, leave of absence this afternoon to attend tains an elderly person, or an invalid, or PIIYSICAI DEBIIITYJ>r.Parkerand corps Give them :i trial and you will not l>e

,'and hotels may b*built to cousin. a large number of children, he generally of Assistant Physicians may be consulted confidentially disappointed.i
the funeral of
a ,- mail in at the office of
by or
J Absolutely fire. secure against toga of life Mr. Daybook (next morning What suggests the providing against all .contingencies TIlE PEABODY MEDICAL person INSTITUTE, J. B. SCREVEN, Druggist,

..v.1._ Law should compel it to be the John?-New York Situ. and the persons addressed are No. 4 Bulflneh St.,Boston,Mass.,to whom all
was score, orders for books letters for advice should be
.uSt. or
Louis Globe-Democrat. usually quick to see the pointy--- directed as above. TITUSVILLK, FLA. 7


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___ -- --...;
:' shorely been here. It doa't: hurt a man I The Large Dock In the ni
I THE FLORIDA STAR. cise sufficient charity to believe that the A JVEIPIXDUSTR 'r1f
I his This thing haint i What li described the
to pinion. as
foul language was hastily penned and'I Henry Howe, Esq.. of New York, wasa j spress '' t
needs in the world \\:opened at Birr
I the
clear. As the Captrin
(t PUBUS1IED EVERY THU DA Y. | that its author was ashamed of its crea- visitor in Titu-ville last week, and 53)'e miles! from Cardiff Enghad/ri?
would dothi5
I i If I had a partner I
i light.
tion after it appeared in print. i, granted the STAR what proved to be a the water space! beingecentc- .
and Publisher. ( let I
ELLIS B. WAGER Editor 1 S I : I would jine the Union, and the depth 33 feet, and
The constant bickerings which prevail :!i very pleasant interview. Mr. H. is Visiting having a nzq: ,

: f SI., O per Annum. I! at Melbourne and vicinity and the multitudinous ;: this state for the purpose of inquiring my partner stay out. That would give .;I! running Rhonda into the heart of the mat
Valley coalfield
chance He would let me ship p
'i us
r- feuds which exist in that community : into the adaptability of our soil for | sanctioned the
Entered at the POll Office at TitutviUea* I 1| first and see how the thing work. Then undertaking, afa
have become a by-word throughout ;: the growing of sisal hemp. He represent? ; I\ been before several coramitttta of \S<<
t.rold-Clau Matter. I! this whole.action, and the extremely : one of the largest rope and cordage manufacturing if he git a card with better figureI i! and Commons, where the ;chi L?

P I which United :I coulk fall back and let him ship.! ,j: streauou-ly op|*,se personal and offensive language companies in the I
THE STAR is the OFFICIAL newspaper tr.t
o I '
I won'trite now, butI : owner of the neighboring arlU:
; Captain more j.
for Brevard county. the Setr is in the habit of using to express States, and has just returned from the I I! an.b the other
I I!I ask this how will inI j ) competingrailway i dott.t
might question :
its animus toward other sectionsand :: plantation; in Yucatan and Honduras, proprietorThe day
it be if the thi is so large Ya at-
The Star has the Larses-t circulation against certain individuals whose whither he went for the purpose of inspecting will crop :year served a, one of general rt 1->icin'P T3f i :,

of any paper on the Eat coast of Fla. opinions are antagonistic to its own have :,, the methods employed in the'I,i that it will produce a glutt all over the diff freighters anti others being f f1
side the other for at havinir obtained aa additi ,
C done much retard the of fibre. Mr. country from tIne to Il O&
to development culture and preparation of 1 Cardid'cgal '
AeEisonelncbinspace3t square : I : for The ceremony of
SQt have more
make a column that neighborhood, which, otherwise. : Howe informs us that over fifteen millions j I I we try e'erto_ more I I I ing consisted:! of the severing of auf

t to enclosing two cent stamp. in acquiring settlers and increaing in ported from Yucatan alone every year.I -- -- !I I. Mrs. Davies. widow; f tl- :.1tLI :

THERE i is already a noticeable increase wealth and population. We have viewed :, He i- of the opinion that the soil and i I The IMcKej Birds* ofTifusu'Hie j jI i I I! of word the for Barry the Dock purpose.-he usinj The a! s:

3 the these matters with regret: and have heard : climate of Florida is admirably adapted ]I;I I say I! Arno. of .SunderlaaJ! theu ;sL xc:

a : to the culture of this plant, and particularly !:! That this is a peculiar world. and that I i the ba-in. and so into the d lxk a::!Z".

Melbourne's : in this section. Mr. H. proceeded i the people in it are peculiar also !!I sic and a salvo of artiller
i: ,! southward to investigate the Biscayne That "the world is a stage, and we are I Iall I -

4 ) I Bay region. and will probably it some actors. I I The Temperance.Heetla; U
I, -years. __;_--- other points are as great as at Titusville; of the larger keys, where this plant i is '! That there i evidently a deal of truth j ji Cocoa.

'i' \rE question whether the quotation whose voice and pen are never idle when i!| aiJ to grow wild in great luxuriance. i in this for nobody seems to be satisfied. I|.. For the benefit of the :MAR re.Jea..

i from the letter of Geo. M. Bobbin, Esq., a good word can be aid of any point! While the extreme southern portion of j That our :sidewalks are in a bad condition I publish: the following, waul tre

I which was appended to the abusive tirade from Titusville to Jupiter, and it is earn- : our peninsula and the keys may posiblybe I i and nobody seems to repair them. I I room for last week .

= t contained in the last issue of the estly to be hoped that the genius who : better suited to the culture of the sisal i.1 That one man keeps a pistol to protect Following-named gentlemen ""e..- SF'

b4r} ,(O was published with the authority presides over the sanctum of the Melbourne hemp than further north, we are con- : himself against such burglars as Peter jointed to act in the interest ;x

iL of its author. While we are well aware Yezti and who i is, in other respects, fident it can be raised profitably anywhere I Reddick, while his neighbor does not saloon movement in their re>I tiTi*

a that the public are welcome to read and not a bad sort of a fellow will equip \ in South Florida, and the greater I keep one for fear some member of the cincts. The first named io* roast

criticise the contents of any letter, public himself with a balance-wheel to act as a : advantages in the way of transportation 1 I family may get shot.! vice-president of the Coustj PrrJ hb; ;=-

.I.I or private, on the subject of prohibition kind of governor, and endeavor to subdue ;' and facility in securing:: labor in thi vicinity That you will sometimes see men struggling -I Association :

that freshness which has been detrimental : Carterville J. Carter
_ l F I which this fearless young attorney may so we are sure would more than counterbalance hard to get into petty municipal

l write, we are confident he must have to himself, his paper and his any :superiority that may exist office, while on the other hand, you will .Mims: -Win. Hendry.

q blushed when he saw into what bad company town, and a constant source of mortification -; in the matter of soil in the neighbor- see men who would not accept such positions LaGrange-A. Brady Thos Jas ,t

v his logical and gentlemanly sentences to his friends and patrons. | hood of Biscayne Bay or further south. at any price. I. A. Carlile.

o had fallen. THE COMING WL TER. I Mr. Howe brought with him from Yucatan That one man is struggling to get justice -\urtntia-\ L. Dickezfos.Haulover .

a number of small plants and: is and another is flying from it. -J. D. Y:1::.

Not since the great freeze of three distributing a few here and there throughout That Smith Titu:5illeH.? Ray Jao Y Ditj
The Melbourne .Y *C'*. in its last i issue, or Joneo drink beer to put

has seen fit to designate the individual years ago has the prospect for a prosperous the state. Dr. E. S. Wiley and the flesh on, while other men live on the Geo. M. Robbins: Colored cow

S who has attempted to act as editor of this season seemed half so bright as at :; Rev. Sydney Wilbur have each received plainest diet and walk several mile aI Rev. Sampson Jefferson.l'anaveralRobert .

paper during the vacation of Mr. Wager present. We have shown the world that plants, which they have planted and will day to reduce their avoirdupois. i i I R.in svn

p 4' as 'the effeminate addle-beaded substitute by proper sanitary regulations Yellow j report results to Mr. Howe later on. The That one man keeps a family on ten City PointVm. H. : !ur' *.litc. Jf

i' 'i for an editor," and alleges that Jack can be banished from our shores. I i company which this gentleman represents dollars a week, and another, who has the Hatch, Felix Popple.

jA t' "he has succeeded to perfection in displaying and those who have only been deterred I will if the conditions are favorable, same number in family, cannot set along Merritt Islaad-E. P. rO r.1'1

his usual asinine qualities," because from making Florida their home by their j invest not less than a million dollars in without running in debt or borro- n_. R. Sanders Jalma LapharaCocoa
dread of the disease and will j
t : forsooth, we attempted to show can nowReferring the culture and manufacture of sisal That some housesor -O h."ood.. T. K Itisi
save money to buy
forward without fear. j jparticularly
f that the county court had not been as come hemp, and the neighborhood which they land, and others sell their -- Booth.
are trying to ::
t to the Indian River, the j jprospect
-.I effective in suppressing the liquor traffic decide upon as a location will be made to dwellings and land for less than cost to Rockledge CJ. :. Hardee M ( ..
of avalanche of
as the Sevt would have i it* readers be receiving an set- blossom! as the rose in consequence. If get rid of them. man, Frank Wotten.Georgiana .
a tiers is The dull !
especially good. period
c lieve. We made comments on the any of our readers have practical -
+ our : any That one man spends nearly all he can A. HircucS. l1
which have has
S,', subject in good faith and used as gen through we just passed knowledge of the culture of this plan or Allen H. K.
peo-I' earn on "doing'all the sights with his HughesBrantleyJas.
been of incalculable benefit
to our
!4 tlemanly language as our "assinine" in the character of land which is specially
; pie. Land buyers were few and revenue young lady in the hope, probably, that Owen, C. T tier
tellect was capable of, and we cannotsee adapted to its growth we should be glad he
make her Jos.T. Stewart
from this source has been almost entirely i may his wife some daand Tropic- DaTtdErjzaLEau

why we should have called forth cut off during the past two years. It was j to hear from them on the subject.j his neighbor spends all his dollars! -in order Gallie Rev. H. .\. Prince,;*

,, such abusive tirade from contemporary.
an our .. )lc.l1i5ter"m..
t to Roesch.
i get a separation.
a question of "root hog or die" with
-I S We stated facts beyond'dLPute. That some folks drink and other Melbourne E. P BI.ncn.1
sherry :
many of our people and they were compelled i j Grower" Replies to tapt. I
This i i' the
by reply they yepro'oked.
proven tonics to give them an while Fee. W. J. Nesbit.
to go to work. And what has been J Sharpe. appetite,
Not word of is
y one argument the result? Take a survey of our river I, Editor Florida Star: other, who have wine-cellars, cannot Malabar-Alden Bolton.
SS advanced them and the abusive
against and note the hundreds vegetable e fields touch a drop of wine on account of apo Micco-E. J. Nesbitt, Jt1S. \\"iiLiss.Sebastian .
f I Mr..
article concludes as follows:! : "We wish EDITOR-I feel mightily disap-
plectic tendencies. -D. P. Gibson Jaa. Gnw.Ivey .
; which have
't ; we could find some point lor issue in the through necessity sprung; pinted. When I writ my last I thought ,
into existence. Remember the thousands That the doctor tells Lawson.
one : that if
t person
senseless medley. If no point can bee it were a stumper. I was powerful anxious l
and thousands of crates that passed I he don't stop work and take a rest he arrowr-L. B. Dtiw-on E: L (rn!
found for issue, then there is no i>sue, to see it in print. Well!, it appeered i
through Titusville last winter and I will be very sick, and he advises another St. Lucie -Peter Cobb Thos. Pwr.I .
and our statement must necessarily stand shure enurf, but it never created much
# E back handsome of i that if he does Mr. ReynoldAnkona -.
brought returns good not abandon his sedentary I
admitted. The article then concludes by I excitement : nobody seemed to inquire
eAru.aad bare I' habits and take -C. E. l.ta..t T. A. Ti';,;;
money. SLcty-jivt of ('1'- a change of air and out- n'
; a quotation from a letter from Geo. M. < who writ it. Then the Captain, he I
al.xleft Titusville last season: coming door exercise on the mountains of North man. W. F. Tancre.WavelandDr. .
Robbins, Esq., which refers to the advantage comes out, but he don't how fight. I I
! from a country which, while famous for I I Carolina or elsewhere he or she will, Baker.
&! of having a special officer charged run bristling up, and trying to get 'I perhaps
the quality of its oranges! and its "fasci- 'I die of a torpid liver. I Fort Drum-Hon. H. L. Parker
with the of evidence mad be
duty securing tot so as to ready for him ; but he .
nation for has scarcely begunits That one is ordered I -- ------ -
sportsmen .
person to eat
convict liquor seller' This iz i :i good I comes smooth and gentle ; put his arms eggs '
What is the of Jv'
becat-e use compainui; _
in favor of the which agricultural development. advent around they are nutrition, and another : ,
point county court me like an angel and just draws sou's Tonic will ,cure when ouce ;

t no one has disputed, and we even stated of the artesian well on Indian River I! me in. That haiat no way to give a fel- is cautioned to leave them alone because Quinine fail to cure. Price -W. old:1>>

Ji f in our article that the county court wasa marks a new era in our progress. The I I I Iowa chance to argue. i they produce bile. cheerfully- refunded if -you are sfied.
land on Merritt's Island. especially in the I I That one man is killed accident I ::.
yocfd thing in many resj>ectWe simply j, The Captain he puts his pints mighty by I .

l A objected to the .-Vtir. giving our new neighborhood; of Brantley and Tropic plain. They coresponds with what Jim I and another tries to commit suicide and II. Johnson's Tunic i is a cpiL1: Ian
f and the rich hammock the Narrows Appetizer. Trv it, and if note
along -
.., M court all the credit of suppressing theM .j say:. I called on Jim and told him mend fails.That I it, don't for it. -
with their from frost and I pay
a ale of liquor when u> a matter of fact security the Captain had up a mighty dir- you will sometimes see a man 1 1I No
Arsenic, B'oi F
no Quinine
the convictions fell otf fifty per cent under a certainty of water supply in case of I cu-hon. I ask him first if he snowed I planting trees about his place for shade, I I. and no big i: doctor's bill to pay .'

+= the county court because of the deathblow drought, renders the culture of early anything: bout the Exchange. Shure i and, at the same tineou will see another son's Chip and 1 Fever Tonic PItf .

ii which received the vegetables a certainty, and capital can I 'I I cures or no charge is made for if Fnx
_________ liquor selling enuti' he did. He shipt urn a lot of oranges cut them down about his house because -
now be invested iu this field and 51) cents.A .
former term of the circuit court. Wet : regular j| ; same day a lot to Sweeps & Barch.I I he says they produce too much I I I _
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S r still claim that the county court, as far i, profits be counted on a> a "sure thing, I j I The Exchange sold his oranges for *2.()) moisture.That j I i .dgjYell. :.
; of article
J with as much reason and confidence couple are:
as we are able to judge is a good thing: I I!j I ;; box : S. & B. they sells for::2.2:; a box. the man or woman with a colossal -!I held until U-ue.
} I if invested in mercantile over our next
any or manufacturing -
= + but we object to misrepresentations ,j That was just what I wanted. But Jim fortune is usually!: obliged: to adopt an
business -- --- -- -
which arc untrue, whether they be made in a large northern j} he goes on, and tells! me some rot before heir while the manor woman without a I

s through ignorance or otherwise The city. The county land records have avery I j S. x B. her sold all So they falls be dollar has :i sufficient number of heirs I I II This Electric Hitter w tit
i t' "Omin
I remedy
healthy $ ;
k appearwce-1a.w
might !
t. statement made by Hon.V.. H.
Sharpein hind. to satisfy a dozen. known and so popular as to need B3*

the STAK and reiterated in the .1'etr.+ say dhtremnfjly healthy. The filing of ]i I were still bent on knowing the truth That one man sets Bras around his vial mention. AH who bare u..rl ***"

,' iu its last is.ae that "the county court mortgages during the past summer has c j and I calls on \\..iI1."YilI, he be a man I house te keep the sand from blowing and trio Bitters sin- the some onof pf *;
been a rare occurrence, and is accountedfor .\ purer medicine does not existiw J
Laid nil cjrj xif(* and left a snug sum in what do know what he talk about. Will the ;glare of same from his eyes, and the guaranteed to do tilt that is d**-

the treasury" is grossly incorrect. We mainly by the fact that our people I| say: Abe, you lissen to me. My jedge- other wont have it because it breed eElectric Bitters will cure all diaa- J*

\Villa) a handsome reward for the name have gone to work to ecru their money I I ment is as good as I all mosquitoesThat; the Liver and Kidneys will remote *
instead of borrowing it. The few loans yourn. ship my pies. Boils Sal: Ibeum and odter
of any juryman j who has yet received a I that have been made | stuff to that same Exchange. I.rt..e orj one man takes a deal! of pains I tious caused by impure bloat

cent of pay for his n'iCt.'st the trial during the post j antes and I don't bother about the inar- setting out nice plants and :shrubs, and' drive Malaria from the system *=f pre-
have been
term of the county court. Sot a single :I year procured mainly for the kits. I hey a little Exchange stencil another man allows his live-stock to run vent as well as cure all malarial &tt -

witness has been paid excepting those purpose of securing money for sinking I I with my number on it. When or- at large, destroy; his shrubs, and ruin his For cure of Headache. eOlUtir-
artesian my Indigestion Electric Ulte
wells try -
who testified in the | building wharves etc., garden.-
liquor convictions, and Brevard anges i* ready, that i* packed. I marks satisfaction ;guaranteed or money rt
tf and Sheriff Bowman openly avows he has county is rapidly becoming l j um with the stensil. I don't fret about Are you made miserable by indigestion Cousti- ed. Price it) cu. and S 1.00 per boKJ d

lac not received his It seems then the self-supporting and her citizens prosperous pation, Dizmess, Lows of Appetite Ylio-4r SkiD? Dixon & Cray's drug-store. ,
.S hs) i New York or Philadelphia (Captain ::;!rllO h's Vitalizer la s positi Cure. Sold y
by Dick
-JIj did all bthe. only sure method-icorl:, ; soy x Grey, Titisvine. Fla.
county court Hoijay *. Yet
expense it If
Th-ere I spects so) it haint but one box I I NOTICE.U..1tlr .
we do not condemn its usefulness. There tfori. is no royal road. ; :: '. .
Profitable and 1 1 git carload rates on freight. If the i I The Eev. Geo. H. Thayer of BourLoc, lad, 15;&"_: OFFICE,GAINEDSeptember -
S 4j are many good points in its favor, and crops permanent prosperity railroad bust the box \ "Both myself ad .wife' owe our lives to bUoh'. 11tD.1 -
can only be insured by and wide open I gits i Consumption Cure &:Old by Dic son i Grey, TitustrUle. entered a:
when the time comes when it shall needan industry I I Fla. Complaint having. been
paid the
anyhow. box is lost I
it Bits office D. Chalmers Erwin *Z
perseverance- not a matter of luck. _
advocate shall
we not fail to show the j _
I paid. Now, Abe don't A Xasol Injector fret with each bi B
you see, he asks bottle of Shiloh'CUurl win F. Frost for abandoning. *
x people! of our county wherein it is a pub-I Is Consumption Incurable s me, how much bother is orl'm) hands- Jk Grey, Remedy.Titumlle,Price Ra"Hackraetack. 50 eez.is. Sold by Diclsoc stead Entry No. 5213. tb: dbf' +f

j 4 Jic benefit, but we shall not ny* off the i j And will he 1SS7, upon the lots 3 and 4, Slots 3i.: ss .

: handle or stoop to misrepresentation to Read the following: Mr. ('. H. )1ori j i go on and say, if all of us -." a b-=-tine arid--Iragrtat-- 3 and. 7, Sec. 3C, To\\"nshi?. 31.s.

t ris. Newark, Ark., says : Was down > stand together like men we is a power Price 25 and 50 cect<. Sold by DkuCI perfume..x Grey. Range 30 E., iu Brevanl coutltyof--i
? do >o, Notwithstanding the offensive with Abscess of and TinuTille, ITa. with
Lungs, and friends and must shorely do better. The rot, a view to the ;
f qualities which the Ariw has fit physicians incurable ---------- entry the f said berth sue'f
seen to pronounced an and the overcharge and the Shiloh's Cure will ; parties ire b
delay, and immediately relieve !
attribute to the present editor of the Consumptive. Began taking Dr. King's Whooping Cough and ErocciuUs. Sold by Dickaoa Croap moued to appear at this office oa. w So
New Discovery for Consumption ; am the glutt, is shore to disappeer if you t & Grey Titnsnll, Fla. day of November, !SSOat 10 o.m.
?TAK, that individual will not disgracethis now on third bottle and ., to furnish t
my able to oversee puts up your fruit right and ship throughthe -- respond and
journal or mortify the people of Brevard the work on niy (arm. Jt is the fin- A ,j For Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint you have a concerning said alleged ib:1D dam B
Exchange. chile Will if he printed guarantee C
says, on every bottle of ShllO1-. before
est medicine
county by replying in a like vein. ever made"Jesse don't know | ulirer It never fails to cure Sold by Ihckaou & Depositions will be taken rit.!
Middleware, Decatur.Ohio,says : of enny place biggera Titus- Grey. Tltsmlle: Fla Magruder. Notary Public, atT" : y
We will uot descend so low as to call had it not been for Dr. K'ing's'ew ville, kin ship and git just as good priceas -.- m Fla., on Monday October >tb. 1

the editor of the .Yttf4 a Billingsgate fish- Discovery Consumption I would have if he Sluioh Catarrh Eezaedy-- positive cur for Ca 10o"c1ock .
were a man. All that sort of tarrh DipUiena. and Canker iiocth a.m.ALEX. '
died of Troubles. by Dick C14It"
Lung L
woman or other appropriate name which given up by talk son & Grey. Txramlle, Fla.
doctors. Aui now in best of health." want what I was after. It haint V. J. SIIIPMAX, IaefrerNOTEThe ;

his venomous tirade might merit. We Try it. Sample bottles free at Dixon &;' hope my side. I haint seen the Captain Why will you coub when Silica"Cure will sire fact and date of -if /'

e. shall preserve our self-respect and exer: Gray's drug store. 23 round here, but it loots though he had by immediate Diction relief i orey.? Price Tttusnlle lusts, Fla.60 cU and $L Sold Indorsed upon the ou Homestead this notice.settler .i "J +' .




hn blood Many poison seemingly,catarrh incurable, scrofula and cases rhematism of- 19 Wants. STILI Gdb. T AYL OR.!J
have been cured by B. B. 1 B.
Botanic Blood Balm), made by thc
(Blood Balm Co., Atlanta. Ca. Write 1 to Indian River, :Florida.Stflv .
them for book filled with convincing -o-

proof.GC \\'. B. Raider, living seven miles DEALERS ITT
4K Athens. Ga., writes: 'For several; J.S.WATSON&CO
4a years I suffered with running ulcer .,
which doctors treated and pronounced Tinwflpp
incurable. A single bottle of B. B. ]I HardwareJ 'Crockery
did me more good than all the doctor FORWARDING
itPi I kept on using it and every ulcer healed" ,
D. C. Kinard & Son, Towaliga, G.i." %
writes: "\\"c induced a neighbor to try I AND AGATE-WARE.
w B. B. B. for catarrh, which he thought AND GOMIISSIOMERCHANTS]
it had resisted all trey -
incurable as Paints Oils, Glass and Putty,
merit. It delighted him, and continuin ,
its use he was cured sound and well" ,
It 31. Luwson.East Point, Ga., writes : Plumbers' and Mill
."My wife had scrofula 15 years. SI: BARBED
Kent growing worse. She lost her hair: WIRE,,
and her skin broke out fearfully. Debi Supplies,
4C Hy, emaciation and appetite folio wet 4 j WIRE NETTING
After physicians and numerous advei
Used medicines failed I tried B. B. Band I Doors Sash
4tl her." recovery was rapid and comIpletc. I and WIRE CLOTH.

Oliver Secor. Baltimore, Mil., writes : -:o-- '
"I suffered from weak back and rhea. i'
tlh matism. B. B. B. has proven to be the 'VE.A T ,
only medicine that gave me relief. u
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i t You to be sure to Come and See Us Ship Cb..ara..d1ery G-c>c>ds
1SS1)' 9
e PA., Aug. 24, When :you come to town.

To all ic/tfM it may iXiii&ni: Agents for AL\n\&'rIsE, the permanent coating for walls and ceilings ; For Chattanooga Plow Company's -
. the WE WANTTo plows and cane mills ; Planet Jr. farm tooI...
Be it known that we, undersignei,
sold] Frank H.Allen,of Norwich, Talk to You.
have to
Gauze Door Cook
Stoves and Kanges, Gasolene Stoves, Collins and Caskets.
Connecticut, all our right, title, interes
and claims in to, or against the sO- 111ed* WE WANT -ARTESIAN WELL PIPE A. SPECIAL [,] Y.
Fleming Grant, situated on Indian Rive, To Work With You.
4 in Erevan county Florida. Having; Catalogues, sample cards and size!" lists sent free upon application. Correspondence solicited and
thus equitably and amicably adjusts WE WANTTo estimates furnished promptly.
the complications of title that have existed -
for in connection with Post You on the Markets.
many years STILING & TAYLOR.

this: desirable both tract the, we lands are an11'pleased. Allen to recommend WE WANTTo _h -.--- -- __ ___ -h_ '____.__ __'_______ __- -Y___

to intending buyers or settlers. Ship For You and See to Your Shipments L. C. OLIVER. I'. T. nrDtE.OLIVER .
(formerly Olivia C. Larkin) jn


WILSON WARREN FOWLER.I To either Buy or Handle most: of the

Fruit and Produce of this sectionof in

am pleased to offer the country.
You to Know, if we cannot Buy You

In lots of five acres or more to suit Products, We Can Ship it for You. SHINGLES AND LATHS.

purchasers, some

500 Acres of Selected Portionsof You to help us to make Titusville ;a G-E ER..A.L :aAR.DVV: AB..E"

the above-named Lands. distributing! point for the Productsof 1

Most of the pieces now offered having a the river, and sell our Sash Doors and Blinds
Products here. ; Stoves Tinware and Crockery.Refrigerators .
Frontage on Sebastian Bay or Indian WE WANT

In[ fact to save you money, and can do it ,
Actual Settlers or Improvers will be if you will help us.

specially favored.Correspondence. Water Coolers, Ice Cream Freezers,

invited and plans and WEYANT: .

prices wilh be furnished on application Yon to know we are head-quarters for Screen Wire, Screen Windows, Screen-Wire Doors.

Address, Vegetables, Crates, etc.

Frank H. Allen, Norwich, Conn. WE WANT POWDER AT NEW YORK PRICES.

23-3t. To Sell you your Orange Boxes and 'USVILLEFLORID1 1.

Pianos & OrgansTUNED Orange Wraps, and will do it if you .
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will come to see us.

AND REPAINED.G. WE WANT, Steam Launch Eleanor !I C1yd.e S1;cam.;'b..ip Oo.

: New York Charleston & Florida
W. SCHUYLER, You to know that we arc Agents for tin 37 Feet Long, 7 (1-2 Beam, ,
Ocala Bock Lime, and will furnish' -=-0 -
IV (). IXWANOLA, BREVARD CO.,, 2 Ft. Draught ; Cost, new, $1,800" ; L---- -_--- --- -- -
it low down.
j I I k.-- =
work warranted. References fur- WE WANT :
Ili hcd. Charges only for work actually By addressing
You to know that we burn our own
done-not for travelling expenses. G. LOUTREL LUCAS, --
Will make a trip to Lake Worth about O 'ster-EhclllJillle, and, of course, 210 Water:., BaltimoreMil.
1st of October, attending to any orders IMII iJOU bottom, prices.WE : .
received before that time 23.3mo.Master's .
Yum Yum Peach Trees
------ WANT ,
Sale. "
Under and by virtue of a decree issuingout LOU to know that we handle Cement ALSO The Magnificent Steam-hips: of tin Line are appointed 1 l to sail a tallowsrStandanl : S
of the Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial and Plaster Hair. I : TinJ('.)
District of Florida in and for Br RED CEYLON, MAGGIE, !

vard county in a certain cause therein de- WE WANTTo
pending, wherein David Y. Russell is complaiuant i AND ALDO PROLIFIC, From Jacksonville to New York. :
and Gustavus U. Snell and Bessie impress upon your miml.s that we On Mariana Plum .Stuck. Guaranteed i (CALLING AT CH\RIESTOX) From. Jacksonville to New York.
JSnell,his wife,are defendants,will,as Master True. I
epresent nOUOIS, i II. Sunday. "q1t. 1. lit 83<) &. IU : (DIRECT: UI. C.\LLISG CILIiL1 TOS.)
in Chancery,sell at public outcry, to the Thompson & Udivartls, Yum Yum is the Best Peach ever CIiL1OliE, .. hurt-drr. .:. i, at 100 lJOOr. I \"E1fASSEO Tnes Jay,Spt C at 3OOpm
highest and best bidder for cash, on Monday in Florida in andMay TE3fAS9E: ":. !'mlla-. +i. at _;:311 p. 1U Friday .. Gat ::00
planted ripens April .. pzu
the 7th day of October, the same being of Chicago, ; E II\OLE, Thnr!d,,}-, I:, at Gp1 &. m ClUlit' ;acaday, ., 10. at 3:06 p.t:,
month and legal manufacturers of :Fertilizers ; Price$3.00 per doz.. Order now. I.r.OQtO! bunuav. ?: 1,5. at '::1,03.: JU Friday 13. at 3001'.01
in the a The :
the first Monday largest .
6. W'.11)N'El 'I'1 dUnn, Yla.PIONEER 1.IEI Kr.:- SThur. d Jr. .. 1.; at 11.30 a. m BIISUL}:, Tuesday, 1..:at 4:00 p zu
tale between the legal hours of sale, constantlyn .. ,'. 1:30 .
: at
day, in the west, and keep 15-m PII4OL ::; 1' 111 1noQroIy Friday 10,at 3 09 ptuI1OQtOI'
in front of the Court-house door in the their : .Tl.lursJay. at 6:00 a. In CHEROKEE, Tuesday, 24,at 3:00 pm
brands of ..
hand the following CliLUOh}L .J. at :110 In .
Titusville Brcvanl county, Fla., Sunday: SEn ou Friar. 'T at 3tX p tu
town COOPERAGESyrup SESI.0L}:, ThllrFU.1Y, O.'t, ;'. at II:(11) a. IU
the following described real estate, to-wit: G roods:

All that certain lot of lullllJing and being World of Good, for Orange Trees. Barrels $2.25.Gauged .
iu the town of Titusville, county, of IJrevard. World of Good, for Truckers. Fur Information Regarding Freight and Pax-age, apply toJ
Florida known as all of lot to order ten cents extra. I'
State of ,
Xtw Yc k.
Ground Bone. A I.l'I.IE, i*opt J&ckseimKe G. EGHi Traffic Manager Broadway
six ((6)), in block twenty-two (22), according Pure,fine Wheelwrighting and Repairing.C. .. JSTE.D, Apeiit. Fernaudina
to Ldlaron's'na1 p of the town of Ti- Blood, Bone and Potash. JOHN L. liOWAltU. T. F.A., Jacksonvilk. F. M. mO YOSGEI, T P. A.,Jackeetue.
*. i'LYDK A, n..upn,1ent8, 1'i South AVliar\e rhilullplil.i ; :. lion-
for record in the clerk's office \VM. I ; TO
titoville liltnl Chicago Bone Meal O. B. ling (..wrenrw York.StrAw1orry .
of ISrevanl county, December 30th,
Dissolved Bone. HonfV barrels and Oval Water Breakers -
lot -
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land government -
1881 ; said being in ------ -----
ection three (3), township from $:!.OO up.
two (.2) of Plants :in.JinpftrCidanJ Scp1iexnbor:
twenty-two ("2)!), south of range thirty-five WE WANT Tanksand
(35) east, acconling to United States survey You know we keep on hand Yl1ml1l'. HoffiwuS* Scalling, 84.00 per 1000. Order early.
; together with all the appurtenances to all kinds of Cooi'Ei WOIK to order.
thereunto belonging or in anywise apper ulphate of Potash, Several Brands of :FERTILIZEKS specially adapted to our soil and climate.
taining. Terms cash. Land Plaster, T. JOIIXSOX, INDIAN RIVER BKAND, manufactured by an old firm, the Davidge Fertilizer Co.
Dated this 28th day of August, A. D. Canada H. W. Ashes, LaGrange : : Florida. Send for Circular. Also Bone Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, etc., and Mapes* and
1889. Pavidge's Fertilizers. A full line of Ornamental Fruit Trees. Send for catalogue.
Tobacco Stems and
WALTER S. GRAHAM, J01IX B. JIEACH, Indian River Nurseries, Melbourne, Fla.
Master in Chancery Brevanl Co.20-5t., Fli. Cotton Seed 3Ieal.WE EACOTT & CO., -
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Wharf Building.For TITL'SYILLK.\ J. M. SAWYElt A: SON: ,
You to Give Us a Trial on something.WE : .

the next Sixty Days I will be pre WANTTo TIN & SHEETIRONYORKERSI PORTER & POTTER i Yacht Sail-makers

for parties on i
pared to Drive Piling any !
Indian River. After that date the machinery merit your patronage by fair and GUTTERING. HOOFING, ; 84 & 85 South St., New York

will be removed from the lighterand onest dealings, and we mean business. Manufacturing of Tin '\"3re.; i LID

there will be no opportunity for doing TRY US.Respectfully. Real Estate Dealers FOOT OF 55TH ST., ATLANTIC
this kind of work on the river. --=---:o:- YACHT BASIN, BROOKLYN.
I Parties desiring any work done in this And Repairing of all kinds
line will communicate with me at Titus- I Pleasure
Lake Worth Dude Co., Fla. Particular attention uiven to
ville as to terms, eta J. s. WATSON & co Locution- : -UA\._ ST., near rh"(:01.... i Boat Sails of all descriptions. 50
22! R. P. PADDISON. ,,:




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j I 6 I THE FLORIDA STAft\\'ED\ESDAI'. SEPT. 25, 1SS9. ,

THE ANTWERP DISASTER. I!' Didn't_ .Want__the_Earth.. !! Indian River Steamboat Co. I "FROST LINE" TOTHEFRONIHa'dng

ENDED AT LAST. The Dead Number-135 the Missing 20. I I Subscriber at the TeephoIl&-Hello. ;

H and the Wounded 300.( I central: ; Schedules in effect MAY 12, 1S51X Purchased the "Fro t "
ANTWERP Sept. Iti.-Nothing remains Central-Helio1.: '
{ i :and feeling the necessity of
of the cartridge: factory in which the ; Subscriber-Give me the First National Ii j STEAMER ST. LUCIE keepin

t The Great Strike of the Dock explosion occurred on the 6th inst. The j bank. i Leaves TITr S1 ILI.E. .J a m her past Reputation a* a wi.J

Laborers in London. village of Austruweel; which was situa-1, Cectrat-Anything else:Philadelphia i, Arrive.: at :Melbourne..l: noon Great Courier. I ask of the people see.

ted 200 meters from where the factory i Press. 'I : tinuance of their Good Favor

stood, and which consisted of about! Returning:
------ Will Make Contract
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The Strikers to Return to Work forty houses. has vanished. The hydraulic \ Cured.To Leave* :Melbourne...... ......... .....12 noon

Immediately. machines used in the dry dock | "OIl'-ilull.tion- Surely readers that I II Arrives at Tituville................. '* I.l nl of Lumber and
Lan-oR-l'le luloriu your Large
,, were destroyed with the exception of J THF !
I for the abovenameildisea unday.
I have a positive rernedj I Above I
the cranes. A number of merchandise:: j I ** Ey ita timelyuse tirousacdsof hcpelefea
{ Tb )rater Lightermen the Last t'. Conc.edeOmeial ;; Prussian Lyre btrta permanently cured. I shall be
.. I depot. including the : stores i cases TE.IEliEOIGI.A, Cargoes
bottles of rttnedy: nEE to any I ,
of the Antwerp : i glad to nerd two cy ,
Report : which were constructed: of iron. were of your readers who Lave consumption if they willi i Leaves Melbourne................ ..... r am I
.t ; I>i Mt.r-London Police Base No Use overturned by the force of the explosion sd llllit: t'lrir eij rrs! anti post ooo.A" JJfes It
Looking : immense ; 1iesl.ectfuLT, j I Arrives at Jupiter..................... S P m I Anywhere up or down Indian River.
Who Are of
Detectives and quantity goods j
+? tor Amateur an I T. A. SLOCUM.: M. C, 'l. rearl St.. New \ort. : .
i ; for Jack the Clpper-Forel.g. i was rained. Two staine.i plate windowsin 3* ': Mondays Wednesday* and Friday lie -ure you ice rue before cling ,xai .

1 _____ I
LOXDON Sept 1C -The master light- ; the cathedral were broken by con. : --- --- --- Returning : i tracts elwllere.:

cussion but the building is intact CARD.6EoR .
the sub
ermen have conceded points 5 a m | Ke-poctfully.
For a distance of from :;/GO to 1,000 --_._------------------ leaves Jupiter
,? mitted to them on behalf of their em- ; :.% --I Arrive Melbourne( .-. s I' m i
meters the windows: of houses were shat-j ;: :il I.BU>- Witrsaj '
l ployes, and the last obstacle in the way r-eM-lM-.t Ere ari >: tered. Not a drop of the burning petroleum A1i:,tea.t C'. s rs t c"o
of general resumption of business is removed ; got into the docks, the depots : .; Connection \i. made at Titu-villo; l' Owner.

? J and the great strike is end '1. : being surrounded by a high emb nk- i imerit. !, JLU OBFilY' ..VURAHAM.. with train of the J., T. & I:. W. .-y-;

f The men will return to work. tern to and from all i pill > North, and at i -

,1, to the official 1nelsons ATTQR.W.EYS-AT-LAW, ; Jupiter with daily >:are; for Juno (*
$IO.OOO.OOO 'quanc1pr6 According report : Hamilton &
} -. rarJ fo rifr.da.V''f i connection i imade withthewarner ; A. M.
: The Daily Telegraph commenting ont were killed, twenty are mining. 1>. c It '' i"Tir"M: eveI.thfir mile) where ,
rf the :
t :. \ vn'tu- .r. oil thonntie for all land
t the strike, says: : It is not too much to 100 were seriousv! injured and 2M were: ,'-.:: "and !it t.t.r.rra r E ivnlrr :V :! I-rrfrtIn : L'.nd in, on lake Worth TITUSVILLE FLORID,
t say that C 2,000,000 hai been s'lu.nderetL slightly injured. ;, tie-for i-:: _ili-.*.i in>m riaiiuant-inJluriH;

while there are not wanting The story that several British tourists; Com-i--iM5f.i: <> .."T-t. ff.r.cv to I>v.u. 1- I WATSON :1'rinendent.1T. -
!n ; i rz!: ___ W. B. : 1\ t..4e-tat 1..J..r. :n
r rr { prophets.. who declare that the port of \ were killed by the explosion is not true. \ -.- ---- ---- i

London will never recover its former Or-giii Not Yet }:','ablilifil.The iI.JI A. tJlKOKV ;. ACKEKLY, (;'n. Pa.A;;. ent.

prosperity. We scarcely think that ; governor's official report to the :j 1). F. JACK, \f General Manager.TVsiy ; Indian River Oysters

i while if the casual laborer is well out minister of the interior says that nothing AffY-AT-LAWAaDlTARY! PUBLiC !i ,

t t f antI replaced by a higher and more has as yet been clearly established ?j I I IJimn l"i on HIP tilI1\ fu-

set of workers something i! Florida. I! J.h.t'..... '
iD organized regarding the origin of the explosion. Rock I.c-Jie IIt'r FISH
i will hlto be done toward the evolution After referring gratefully to those who' ---- -. -
j i Frouj Bran! *!. F la.. -ituated ni 'n th-
of the fittest. ; have assisted the sufferers by the i,aster i D L. GAULDEN, ,< romantic Suwaimt... .FI..r. R<.meV

the governor says the cartridge !i t Thoma* write, tinder! ..btt'If _A'.JitJ: H>, : Green Turtle and Game.i .

i i4i I factory worked three months without a. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, : iSSU.) ''P l';'-e innvar.1 ii> anuth.fr cro-of

WnlTECHAPEL'3 LATEST I license, when it was closed by orders of. Titu-yEle. Florida. t'uaiyai', ; > Chili an.l Fe\vr Tonic Have i I i All (tl.ltwill receive prompt ant carefu. a:

t \Vlll in All Probability Be Placed to the the city authorities. M. Corvelniu, the -----'- ----- -- -- --- !+! rind outvtry b+tte! .f !la-t ::roc upon 1 II' -nion, whcthcrby wit graph.I .

Ripper' Credit. proprietor of the factory, then apgranted- A1.: THIL\: HEl;. ;j yourtriit ::nurant .-. ant I nut our Imttlervtnrne 1,. Ic-tttr--or iH.-r.-on. ---- --:-
$ LONDON. Sept. 16.-Iu spite of all 1!: plied for a license, which was a -- *!.** s'From : ---- vii: SALE.A .

probabilities the belief obtains among after an inspection of the factory and ; ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, i ip ;' --- ;

4 4 the loner classes as well as in the mindsof ( the imposition of stringent regulations : o. I3-'); 2. \:;FOID'I A. ;:, a it Ht'rana' its The \Vii: vractiiH m11 tar t. '. UtB ": tLtA rTtLtSCrrtl !i i clstt"11.11 u-t 2 t.. lsil: Brevard consi-tin-z i of S
for of
the management
others that mutilated body governor 9
many : 'hJ ::- l" 1:" ; :JI'with tveuty-liv *
4'rt:1t !1 the -.ar
\t < \
he does not know whether the tie : ,Teit boin lot S(). 3. and south halt
found in the Cable street archw.mut suys city I, .,f active practii--: ; i :ni a earefnl} b-erverand a :;!
t be added to the list of Jack the Ripper's : authorities' inspection was adequate or I. LIEN E. HEY::=Ela. c'mtjotl in eudor-itnr proprii-tanr inedicine of the northeast quarter of section: 35.
; : victims. not. When the explosion occurred an '. I IAttoilWyat1aw ':! but :I : r'n-citnin7y! endorse and I lot X o. :3. beinz; the >outhvrest quari -
Newspaper Knterpriae. inquiry was proceeding with reference I I 'J hnM.j'* Chill aril! Fever Tonic- i iter uf the northwe-t quarter uf ?ectkoj
ana ConTeiaii8er. | "u'lf "
to an accident that had resulted from i 31 utb. :
and both in rape39'east.
i" London
1 Certain provincial jour-i I one hf the bet cur=;hinttiuu rtnlwlit-**r :
pals and one American paper have kept. the unauthorized introduction of a ;. Lake til(,rtll Pade CountFlorida.. ;;: Chill and<< Fever I have everfeu u itl. It : This i? a very desirable piece <-thammock.

'l men detailed in the \\ hitechapel dis steam engine iuto the factory.. Dade I i:, correctthe vitiated ecreti.'n', of the liver, I oil of rich quality. ?uitalV
., The pope has contributed r'.000 to Will furnish At.-tractof Title to .
for months in ot discot'ering all tropical *
4 f trict past hopes relieve wtivene"and lrnlr.te the :\1..ohtinn .- fur the ral-inj: ot
; S the fiendish murderer who has the fund for the relief of the suterers.Touug j I!: County land-. : '. anll l :t...,.imilati u f fol.. flw inl- 1' situated at the Narrow.- near Enos pfctoffiee. -
added: a destructive name and method '' i i"When I i TONES & ATKINSON. i i tilling all :h,- in,1i'3tl"t1* rlaiin! f>r it t Will sell cheap for eah. For
.. i to the history of crime, but notwithstanding bat Humorous. l ;. ;ulrstrnh.. : p:1ftit'u1ar. atl
i ( S their watching night after : two little girls put their ]1 T. r. KI"WAI1K. M.[ Ii. rt'E.:. 31 LJBrockton.\\ ,

night tneir efforts hs"e:1S yet been of heads togethersaid a Yonkers lady, j .'-Uol.n"JatLi.l no. ;t 3Ia s.

no avail who knew very well what she was j Titw.-vilie, Florida. I The dair: :u.t'!.. f. r ttii l, u....:i i.:int L:,. ,: t'It
I Each one of them has a different theory : talking about "they can usually .
conj j ; tlurt f.llt. 11't mt ;)t=trn tiltt It ::- ?tat
j- and if the wretch is finally caught: coct and carry out a scheme of pure +! T. SANDERS, : tin.ei5 llt'u..r itt (laiut": anti Iwt year in R
or definitely ceases his murderous work mischief that neither of them J. H EyEilAs
S' i j advance ..f the !pn't --..ifnl1! the treatment 8 E
the of their labors their
r -
story ,
suspicions would have thought of. If they ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, !! of all fever-. front thrw'=t malignant tyjw s ><.' TOBEo litatL
and their baSe.l bones would
t be happen to have a brother: a few yearstheir j ji of BiHinin.>rrigie} iVv,'r to the ..i'L- FAIL pERla H
t 6if the se\eLth Judn Sd
thecould all tbe Court ol
really interesting reading :(i senior he is I be made Will practicf in ,, ilslid F. ', 70a taip.
be induced to put aside woundetf vanity ,i likely to lal: Circuit Florid ,;, pk-t f' rm : "I ;; ; -\ -r. C '

and relate their true experience au unwilling factor in the plot: My P. 0 B.II25. TITUSVILLE FLA.D F.,r <:t,h. L>;; ::!! ; 'r":.::+i':- tQi.1111 ,Ji, taltS.C0._

12-year-old l>O Bertie, seems: t') have 11 A. }II. C.I\H'\L; :'oh"! lr.>i' r, ITO [IttDY
No t.e Amateur! D.t ctite I
< a natural taste for gardening. This :?1 ":. ;:!u117tit! ;p. I DAYS
t The detest these amateur detectives ,
police OFFICE OF ___ -
ENTAL -------- --------
he -
laid small of
year out a plot ground
refuse them any information behind I li & GRAY Wholesale Agents
and throw obstacle in their our house and set a row of For SaleISix c' ;
f way. beans. He them late and. DR. L. T. DANIEL ) ---- -- --
Their most haunting fear is that these planted too -- ---- --- -- --

i though they rapidly. I did FLomfl.I \. \OTICE.s .
1 ; impertinent intruders upon their sphere : grew very COCOA of ffie Best SiteLots
i'z l of uttion may really discover something not think they would reach maturity. I Will he at the flrsti-i: View Hofc-1. Titusnlle. on i llBsess ,
I told him : the First: Monday in each Month for one week or i s To all ichoiH tikoN' 1lit sfita. weft 'we'i
j with the obvious result of cover- j!j so but he was reluctant to S jib
I more. Patrons--oc te i ing them with the discomfiture, depreciating adopt this view of the situation, and I to be
i their reputation below even its morning he took his twin sisters i That whereas the Hoard i,fI CCUYi
every | .. .. ,
.id& ;tap t. .u ha.: : ; :1' :aol I Fix.J .
present status and making their stupidity -. Nora and Fannie five years younger I I''. J.. DOD;;ON: .. (:'ommissioner* of Ilrevaril County.
a j jest and by-word. They already :, than he is, to see how his beans were //giUs f 1oott. 'j h iI'! ;', ..:;. ;. .. ;: ';... i J un a petition ot more than onfoii thi

Lear the press no" good will on account getting on. They grew tired: of this I DENTIST, : 11iri! :EI: : :: : ': :: i t... : ::: "dTO: of the re:.: ttrt"l.otf'r- 01 elect said too
t of the sarcastic remarks lavished upon :: daily<< inspection, and yesterday Nora ; county. did order that an

e their lack of shrewdness and energy. :1 tauntingly told him that if hc had be- I i TlTVsVILLE, Fl.OKIIU. { be held on th- third Tuesday ol
i and there are unfortunately of II October. ISM the same bcin'.: the 13th
no signs i Office, until further notice. at IndianRiver ; ;
; a better understanding. 'I I,seayon :pv'! : I?. BMS .>. ;in AH AM. fit!i-- day: of October. !Si 9. to decide wrltftlrtf

.. as she and Fannie had done he City Hotel. I I ville! ; .iri the; sale of intoxicating liquor*. wines or
The Theor : ;
Paper* .
would have had better chance of 'I Quality of work uthsurpas-ed.
a mci .
1' The dailies to that the 1-\vn"i: iffN-"'*;. T-. :! "::. N--w beerliall be prohibited in said coantflor
appear agree The little led him I j
[ cess. girls to.a dis- the
'. last case does not look fike Jack the i I JerMr\ 2'J-:;rut S the two yearnext n. uin;: after
j tant part of tbe garden where they I LEWIS. i said election.
t Ripper's handwork. and they might J.F. -- -------------- :1
3l 1 showed him two neat beds tom fhlc. IIart i. .
: vegetable a Therefore. Alexander .\. Ste1l.rt.l'll'rk
i further and that there is .
even go say no I A VOIQE I P<-nnt of Mr.tiim.on.
Y1 ; a evidence of a murder having taken one containing a full grown cabbage, I CM Eminee? aM Surveyor, si of Sa1tm. Ol .. ofaid Hoard: do hcrt'bd'e notice.
and the other c 1ft writes: "Wi at work on a farm fur d
a blooming onion plant thlt-such <
at all. An anatomist might have I Cl 20 a month; I now have an ifraef as required by law. :

) :, 1 Slace. some portions of a body and got I evidently ready for uprooting. The Titus*'illc*. Fla. (, ca ,atio11.for F. C Allen
Sy 1 t rid of the rest in the easiest manner wondering lmortified that his 'I 41 A (Signed) W. H.GU.1UO i. said county on that day. to-wit : theI
3, s possible. I sisters should have shown forethought B. BURCHFIELI, 'nm jm Klia?. Harrisburg Fa. I third Tuesday in October next for the

#ti a Delaney Whining.DciiLix ; so much greater than his own, and R. writes: "I to tIt hayt like new your kniwaanything albooi.i purposes sec forth.
convinced at last that his beans would I COUNTY SURVEYOR. t i Yesterday I took ordm noah t.. In testimony whereof I have hereunto
? t Sept. 10.-The Freeman's pay me over 82...' W. J. El- 6th ifaj
S Journal j be rotten before they were ripe, pulled mare: Bangor }It.. write: "I set my hand and official seal this
l publishes letter from Patrick I
tt Delaney. who was a implicated in the I his plants out of the ground and :+I Order by mail will receive as pnur.ptattention I |take sImo.t an every order hooM for goer l.wt.all;m.t Mprcat of .\ugu t..A. P. 15 !..
call in U flJUlnchu82fOf > [r... S.] .1..1. STEW.\BT.
Phoenix nark murders and is now in I threw them away, rebuking his sisters a? person. a single dayswork." *.
prison addressed to a prominent officialat I j as he did so for their unseemly and I Address: Georgian Fla.I Other an doing qmte aa well; t Tk Ko.irdiounty: Commissioner 16XOTICE.
re baT net to
space give tiracts -
Dublin castle, in which the convict : apparently meaningless laujrhter. His : from their lett n. Even

i riteou dy claims his release from prisonas !j temper was not improved b v my telling :I LA RUE P. ELY.Xvtury .: one Shall rio takes we held start of&U YOU mend bcyinew in this pile np business(rail profits., 1---

a rowaN for giving evidence for The him that I missed a cabbage and i reader Writ ton and learn all about foryonrtX Ware .
I t ftarbnz; many; we will start goo if von d(n't delay an::1
London Times the
p ; before Paruell comb an onion from the cellar and teat the I : Pabit''j'tf i 'he fit'itt fit La:, II another eets ahead of yon in your part cf"the tonntrr. If yon To all whom it may concern. .\11 pcr-
1 mission. little .: take bold will be atle 13 pick Raid att. IteadOn : detn11
v ,t' : beds at the foot of the garden I I I account you of a forced n mana'actorer up sale 1 Dr..,000 tenI sons who I have: any claim or
+ did not look as though they had been j jI | Justice of the Peace, 17th Dist. I dollar Photograph Aibum.arets bescU t9th, against the estate of August liar Q<*
4 I people for 92 each. Monad in Royal Crimea Suk Velvet
,j i-u'JR M.LLION; ACRES i more than an hour under cultivation. I II I I CONTRACTOR & BUILDER ,. Intih.Charnunf.decorated insi3ei.IUndM>me t albums in ti. ceasetl.. late of Waveland, Dade cOQurr.Florida .
When he .I world.Largest $ize. Greatest bargains erer knowa. A nt. presecJ
was going to bed last are hereby requested to
night I I of 30 Natural' wanted. Liberal terms. Big money loA ap-nts. Any oae caa
years' experience.
4.r In \urt 1ena mid Central Minnesota: to Bet ;I he found the onion in his trousers i over I become a saecewful a mt. Sells itself on s-.fbt-Ltt!. or 99 the same without delay. duly authefltJ-

't Thrown Open to Settlement. | pocket and the cabbage resting between i finish a specialty. I chase.talking necesaary.Agents take W thousands hererer shown of orders,every with one rapidity wants to never par- sated within the time allowed by 11"

ST. PAUL, Minn., Sept. 10.-Mai. ; the sheets."-New York Sun. Melbourne. Florida.NOTICE. ,; I i mdiarf\n'tan"before known. .Great Ladies profits make await as ranch every a worker.* men. Too Ageatsati reader. to the Hon. County Judge in and far

JaaieVhitehoai returned here last t I II i can do as well as any one. Foil information and terms free?. Dade county Fla. ; or Thomas JSteuben De
t tI to those who write for same,with particulars and terms for oarFamily to
f. night with the intelligence that 4,000- I, Cr Sim:; -man'flne Uir.i i Bibles.Books a&d renodieals. After you know a-1, E.41., Fort Tierce. :FI is.. : or
new i.sr siuui i a1w1i1d ynclade to no father,w barm b doa hill be
In Cimtit Cv'trt IIi thf fiereitih Ju>LcvilCircuit roe fo 1Ilao the undersigned i else the sanK*
!' 000 acres of land in Northern and i CUIr We. 'o\?rt> da.rrove.t by rir':". ter", I! Address t; C. ALLEN i tV-9 A.r.-nu, JIUuJ&o .
the State Flurvla Lrtm.'i ba rrt'tl.!
,' t Central Minne? ti is about to be opened i tlo.ltW; ; ti\) jnsurauc of of I
t (;,':&y, A 1).1q.Li Chancery.Fnir.cts HEIN11ICH HAK-.
Fire i the ...
I to settlement Commissioner Rice I darnai Cuica;y Ki; : :;.
,, tt Whiting and Marty got into a quarrel i j I building to the osiouat of iTi.OoO; .\J ,rli .. I I B. Hol l -. ) Administrator of the e.-tateof the we

with the red men at Leech lake, and i! son was <*nouly jure-i I Ii I T s. > Bill or Divoiyt. Tntt's Pills August IIars.11'aveland. .

came pretty close:; to losing their lives. i 1 The loss by the Bamberger, Blot-% .:i :: ;.Ot iptrly I i John Stephen Hobbj Dade (.o.. Fla.. -la

Finding the Indians obstinate, they ( fire it Louisville will reach *'. :#)J.J'J. I! It appearing from the} coinjuainant's hulk July -!t, lSS9. ct

sent! for Maj. Whitehead to come and Sir firemen were kill-:*! aa-i ono ta.t.h'" in- of complaint file J herein,that the] rcIN: >u ;r, assist them The major was an Indian I i jured. I' I I To care eostiveness the medicine mast I
ent. John Stephen HohL. ('in-Hit ,
now .1 nciire Court, Ih.lf C .,,,! Fi
as far lack as IboC and is wellacquainted Great forest fires are ra ia in &i be more than a parsratiire. To be per ,
agent ;? :.ouo i lent of the State ni Florida. and that
I) .
rt I and Ventum I manent, it mast contain -' 1.:1. In ChanffiyNKLI.IK -
with the Indians counties Oil.
of the
he i in the town ni lxt State
re> o .n.! "1
: Tonic Alterative and L. \VAUI .r.rs. .
northwest ) complaii a.
:I Fpr uu..l.j Georgia, and that the age of the t-aiil re- ,

't, The party made a success of arranging -iI I Lord Tennyson asserts tat his forthcom- .jH>ndent i i. over twenty-one year*. it i iI i- Cathartic Properties. JESSE \r,.

for the opening up of the following i lug volume of poer, tt... ,.. pis .a..t cou- I I therefore ordered that the said rei")indent Tntt's Pill possess three qualities in \lat. defendant.
reservations. Leech Lake Prairie 1 tnbutioa I eminent Upon the bill in said suit being 11kJ.
1' to literdtlirThe do plead answer or demur to the .aul cnlnplainant's an decree, andS
Point, Cass Lake Wiunebagosish, ;, llepublcaas vf New Jersey have noraj I II ![ ; bill of complaint on or before tl1(- I i anil I due proof made as appears by the
Restore .
White Oak Pogegjuna Falls and Sand j lasted Gen. E. Grubb fcr Speedily allMavit of complainant to the s.s *
;governor.i j !il-t day l of t kt+'her. )\. I). ISS'J, or the saiiii I
Lake. Bois Forte is yet to be secure i! Justi Stephen J. Field, of the United i bill will be taken a ixtnfts.ed, anti the Com : to the bowels their uatnal peristaltic showing that the said defendant r ?we*

i The laud is rich, regarded from an agricultural 1| States supreme court, &nd party kft San I pl:1inant.will be allowed to proceed i motion,so essential to regularity. t| out ,of said State. it j is hereby ordered
txjparte :: -
t point of view, is well watered I I I Francisco the east Monday night, via with her said can>c. It L, further ; Sold Everywhere. t that a hearing be hail on the facts charZ*

rs S and grown with valuable forests of both | Portland and the Northern Pacidc, railroad..Congressman : I i ordentl that a copy of this order be pub- : ctl in said bill on the frt Monday iaI

tt pine and variety of hard wood. ;. Butterworth mil lv tendered 'j lisped once a week for four consecutive HINDERCORNS. 'December, 1SS9, and that said 1e

The Battle Ship Tex&s. i a reception at Washington on his return I weeks in the :FLORIDA STAE Tb*only rsr*Core, for Corns. St+p.all iota. Kwarv Ward do appear before said Court on or
t newpaper.published ectaf onto the feet lie.AtDrugglrt*. HnooiJtCOL.N.Y.
before -
from DecemberA.
XOUFOLK Va., Sept 10.-Naval construcior Europe. in Titnsville. in said Brevanl said first Monday in
j Gen Warner says his business I .RE. D. 1SS9, and plead or answer to saw
I >> *, Gens. Hughes Taylor and prior to the said 21st dnv of O tt o- .ov. CONSUMPTIVEn. I
Armistead the board appointed to investigate j will not permit him to accept? the pension I; runty oer. D. 18SH. PAR" dJ. ,nthfti.. ,!tltm&. Ind ,OD' ten bill and defend against the same:sndthe
commissionen ER'S CINC R TON I C J' has enred facts fnrtntr,
hip charge therein. and to do
s and report upon the plans of Witness: the Honorable John D. Rronme. Ittlw+ote'& % *MM!u Ute be>t remitfur all
I QOSd,1QIt'itve tntk-a. Tara m t *. : a.n41 111l1.r'ceit'eThat said Court shall
the battle Texas reported for j <
dutyat Sporting Spark I Judge of the said court, as well> A. A. der
the navy :yard Monday, and startedto i South and Slavin :signed articles in Lc c- j I Stewart, clerk thereof, and the seal of said I in said cause. .*

f work. They say the length of the | don, Monday to fight on the continent for i j I court at the Court-hou in Tfttisville, thi PARKER'S Done at Chambers a: DeLand.tW

slip will not be altered or the lines |; stakes of 81.0W to t5.
be altered( but the coal earning capacity j Dick Murray and Paddv. Casev. fought tin [I.. S.] A. A. STEWART, I Cleanses and beautifies the hair. JOHN D. BROOHE. .
t'' desperate rounds for iOO = Promotes a lozoriact growth. Judge of the Circuit Court of FIoriJ.l.ha
ci the ship will be reduced and, I ? near Brtcklrr I| Clerk Circuit Court- never Fails to Restore
( possibly the machinery and armament ( bridge Monday morning. Murray lard 'I JOXKS i ATKINSON, i Hairt8lt Voethf',1 Color.Gray anil for the 7th Judicial Circuit.

k made lIght r. 1 a terrific blow on Oisey's jaw breaking it i I j I 22 Complainant'Solicitors.. I t'trreafsrsndrts iI'e.M1 11.08 at a Di-ti-rt. lsaairfattic J"L ; HExnv. PRIEST Clerk, 15 x
| and kncckirg him out. Juno FJLnLt :\.
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...... i : ". THE FLORIDA STAR, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 25, 1889. 7

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and Very Complete Stock when
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I circulars and extra terms ta agents 73EB.
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9 I I will Sell and Deliver nearest now in use; Bares V of the
DRY GOODS 1 I at your Coffee and can be used with any
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by mall for twenty rent in
ttamp.na.. WnntrU to
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i'jy hoiifH si'a* <>rmuan, cn trial, and i. nut
TRUNKS VALISES I II fati!!lattor:}. I 'vii pay height both \\ay i25
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GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS FREE CVT.VLoCTT'E contamins full inlormation.Leet ORGANS
Must,Mnng-s A'iolm', Banjos, (.iiiitar, Ac.
-OFGROCERIES---- fordeous. and in fact, every :Musical Instrument ,
that is made and at very lowpriees. b.'nd for com-
I GENTS' STRAW HATS NEAT AND PROMPT. I.If te Catalogues: I have ,20/ 10 pieces of Choice LI&BSgMt j jI
Music at 10 ctntO-lwr copy
1 AT YOUR OWN PRICE. ; A. B. Campbell: Jacksonville, Fla. o

-FOK- i
I Can "Beat the Jews" on Low

Priced Pants, to Close Out.LADIES' SCOTT'S SALE
I .1.1I

I June I to Aug. i, U i9a


g EMULSIONOF I $25,000 :

Worth of PIanos and OrJ:. u.
r NOTIONS, PURE COD LIVER OIL I from best makers to be UOM-U '
I outregardle..orco>> or value
I MS HYPOPHOSPHITESAlmost I Stock too large. Must convert :

'-SUCH A>- ;:3Icns' Ladies' & Children as Palatable as Milk. I Intocaahorbl5tallmtJItR.6"1t.u- ,I
Some entirely NEW ISSTHtI -a
DRESSGOODS So difgnlscd that it can be taken I MEXTS not used a d.iy. ,
digested, and assimilated by the most Some,Nearly New-used n few I
PI QECLOTHING entitivo stomach, when the plain oil month only.ome .
cannot be tolerated; and by the com "
.used a year or no.-Some {
bination of the oil with the hypophos *
phiten much more efflcacions. used two to three years.Some w

LET'1'EltIIE.DS"'OTIIIE.DS Remarkable as a flesh produter. *line Second IlRnd*--iakfi I I
in exchange, urn! wade sewis I
Persons gain rapidly while taking It. I our repair factory. Ite.p olihe.i i
-Re-strung. JCetorrd in Tour I
MILLINERY :\ SCOTT'S EMULSION is acknowledged and Action and muJe ; jotl :.?|
ATS Physicians to be the Finest and Best preparation yearn"of ervice.' I
in the world for the relief and cure of n.\JUL\I'iS. r.vnuv o srEASYllRMS I

LADIES'Ladies'HATS COLDS and CHRONIC COUGHS Very light Monthly '
or Small Cash Payment and t'l
The great remedy for Consumptian, and nnce t,hen you get ready.
Wasting in Children. Sold by all Druggists.If .

CIRCUL {S. any dealer says he has the W.L.Dougla:
Shoes without name and price stamped: 01 Jive yon all the time wanted'i
Gent's Furltisltiug Goods, the bottom, put him down as a fraud. but SPOT CASH will avr" gnu t
I money. TRY US ON. AVt iii I i
Print, ;JCt ., FOLDERS, meet you every shoe.PIANOS. '


(Jinghams, Tctt., '

Standard Cotton Check?, 7ct .
GLASSWARE $50! $75 $100 $150.ORGANS
Pius, .,ctn., .

Needles.' fat*., (;R.-JIJI ES. F

Jeans, 20ct8"pool HARD ARE'- ,

Cotton, 'Jets., STREAMERS, I $24 $35, $50. $75.

Brown Cotton,(jet:,., I AND I

Indies' Lace Mitts!, }[;cts. and 20cts. DODGERS, I WRITE FOR BARGAIN SHEET.

Lidtes' Kid Gloves Tocts. to $1.00; reduced

from $1.00 and $1.25. Indies' Ship Chandlery Goods, CLEARANCE SALE

Spring and Summer Hats Very Low to I SUS3K5ER 1889.I .
Clo-e Out


t I am prepared with several Carloads ofFERTILIZERS JP' OR I
"ISITIXnD- These will be he main features of my GENTLEMEN.Beat .

business, but orders sent me for any- in the world. Examine hilt t
thing kept in store in Titiis- 80.00 GENUINE IIANISKVKT SHOE.
any .
ville will be promptly filled. >0 POLICE AND FAKMK11V SIIOK.
and 81.75 IlO\s SCHOOL SHOES
All made ia Congress, Button and Lace.
To the want? in this: line. SEND YOUR ORDERS v
.... .
Will buy Fruits Eggs Chickens DOUGLAS :::.: 4; UaJr": .!: .IJ: : _: --.
Kuinit, FOR

Or any Country Produce my customersor Best Material. Best Style. Best Flttincr.it .
i Ground Hone, but sold by jour dealer, write II CURE
friend-s may bring W. L,. DOUGLAS BKOCKTOX. MASS

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

1 Acid Phosphates, STAR Gentlemen

Cotton Seed Meal, hOL' SALE BY

I Cotton ?Veil Hill Ashes, a.-k for a share of the public patronage FITS I
Fi-h and Pota.-ll, Jon PllIXTIXG OFFICE and come as a supplicant, not a ,
dk tator for favoi
Tree asking your Jh'lbtHU'IH.
i Hradlcy's Orange If courteous treatment,good r'la.1 When I say CCRE I do not mean merely to
And Vegetable Fertilizers.Will good and low figures i- --fI- ftop them for a time and then have them return -
i again. I MLVN A KAU1CAL. CUlti-
meet Jacksonville quotations with the candidate for For Sale by I I 1 have niiule the disease of

in lot*. public favor, _' HEXDIilCKSOX_ FITS EPILEPSY
freight added, same quantity then I'm l D. I or

elected.Agent ____ ____ ________._ n.. ,
A lifelong etudy. I WARRANT my remedy t3

Prices Reduced on nearly all for Chattanooga Plow Co., CURE failed ia the no worst reason cases.for not Because now receiving others cure have
Chilled Plows ami SugarCane Pianos & fend at once for a treatise and a FREE IIOTTLS
Organs of mv INFALLIBLE KEMEDV. Give Express
Lines in Stock. )Iills. and 'Ol"t Office. It costs you nothing for a
I trial, and it will cure you. Address

c I
If you want to purchase a

1 Lave too many Goods to enumerate Piano or Organ, write to the undersigned Advice to Mother

prices on all that are reduced. Mrs.W SLOw's SooxHii SrBCP hocMalTr y'
or give him a call. be uaed when children are cutting teeth. It retie
etthelittletnffereratoace it produces natural,
COIEU SEE Can sell you any of the in- quiet sleep,and the little cherub; awakeau'bright
as a button." It is very pleasant to taste. It
struments of the best and lead- soothes the ehU4.lOfteul the gums,&lIaJ.ILl!paiD,
1 will not be undersold regulates the towel* and is the best known rened
ing makers at prices that defy for diarrhoea, Rhe&r arising from teetluoy or
other causes. Twenty-fire cents: a bottle.

I am Prepared with CHEAP "! .. competition.
its rlif

GOODS'r and with Hotter Goodsto Pianos and dips 1 sold on ftc InstallicnlPlanwlienteireOiscoiint -
Supply You.

.r.,, r-.' =f All concerned will take notice that MX
months after slate I will ]'rttnt niy fintl
account to Honorable Minor S.Jones,d..tm.t -
I' to Cinrclies on Organs, ) Judge of Brevard county, Florida, and
t for an order dismissing me frum theexecution !
Very Respectfully, I'I All correspondence will receive prompt pray of the last will and testament cf

I attention. Phinea.- D.Vc'*on, lute of raid vtMiilydeceased.

TITUSVILLE, FL1t.r .'- ".">, s. R.a.v.1 I Tltus\'Ille, Flol.da. SO-Gmo. AdministratrIX.Q .




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LACO.\ICS. -Dr. Dodson. has gone to Emporia fora i j I -Mr. S. F. Gibbs, Melbourne, was "
few days. + in town yesterday. !
Local advertisements are ten cents clothillgi Clothing
II -Mr. W. A. Dessey, of Wavelandvus ,! -Mr. Chas. B. Willett, of Brooklyn,
per in town yesterday.J. X. Y., has been staying at the Indian tI
f -J. S. Watson & Co. want 500"boxes S. Watson & Co. have just received -I River Hotel for a few days. r

of lemons. a full line of Peter Henderson: & Co.'s I -Mr.V.. C. Hones, the Oak Hill post- .At "The Bazar." ,

4 Money Money Money to tested seed. master, ha* been staying in town for a I

to loan on real ettate. Apply to Robbins I -Mr. and Mrs. Powell, of Cocoa, arrived few days.:

t Titusville Fla. from Connecticut lat night. They rrc
& Graham, J. S. Watou -
-Don't fail to write or see
-Mrs. Bushnel, of DeLand, has beenon have been away since May. I > & Cl). when you need lime orcement. MORE CLOTHING, CHEAPER CLOTHING 11i
-Miss Anita Villeret, of Jacksonville, .w
a visit to Dr. and )[rg.Scre'en duringthe .
week. She returned home on I arrived in town Friday evening, on a ,. .tst.c
past Mr. N. Saunders of Fayette, Mich., BETTER CLOTHING
I visit to Mr. and Mrs. Villeret. She will, I
Saturday. arrived here Wednesday evening. He
return home to-morrow
probably morn- EtiJI
We beg to draw our readers attention I intends going into the fish and oyster

I to the sale of land; on the Fleming ing. I business.I Than any other house on Indian River just received at the P rsr.
-J. A. Durst, of Crescent City, the
t 7 Grant Sebastion, an advertisement! of >> of Rochestor. ; .
I -Cart. and Mrs. Her.nctt, extensive STOCK OF DRY cffiil
pioneer well-sinker of the state of Flor I in addition to our already GOOD.
which appears on page 5. '{ N. Y.. accompanied: by Mr. L. D.
ida,i is now operatingat lAke Worth, Fla.. i
-The Rev. Jas. Boltcn, who has been where all communications may be ad- Graham, arrived in town on Friday \OTIO. S.' Etc... Etc. /OQ.

on a Faction to Pablo and other placesfor dressed and information received.! evening. They left: here next morning f """'

S J 4 the benefit of his health, returned to -If you need first-cla:.shrubbery! or for EnJnHil.' .. whore Captain and )[rs.I I CHEAPER THAN EVER 15EFOKE. pit

'4' town Friday evening feeling much better tree of any kind call on or address P. I Bennett ownmm: land :nd a winter I 9*

r( in i health.Mr. Turner, Titusville, Florida agent for resilience which they are ,:going to im ,!{II I T-u.rX1cr c Gardner ffCBw G

: Spencer| Bronson and wife, and the old, reliable Bidwell's Orlando Xuryeries. I prove. ---- -------- --- ----
t Hainaiingway of Ansonia, Ct., arrived --Mr.; and Mr*. (Tt"". W. Morton who
t, Mi-s All: tree warranted true to I i GEORGE M. BOBBINS, \LTER s- (JIIAHAM(, JOB
+ here Wednesday evening last. name. I have been :tayin? at their place: ::t Heath Atty.-at-Law. :\ttttl3W" ..:

They left for their winter home at l ock- -Indian River Minion, M. E. Church during the r')>r>t five months paid Titus- :3BI1'TS cPc GRSSBM, 1ft:

ledge Friday. I S. He,'. Jas. Bolton, I*. C. The third I vine! ain; Friday. Tiiev i-ano o.-cr to I 1b1&W

-M. B. Bunueil. brick-layer and quarterly] conference of the above mission r.iwt iM.x I- C. r=Viuyli'rjind: Mis )i. C. LAvl AND J REAL ESTATE1of
mother and sister i : of Mrs. Morton ,
plasterer, prepared to take contracts will meet at LaGrange on Saturday Schuyler, .-
I who arrived from New York Monday Members Brevard Abstract of Title Co., Gs!
Anywhere on Indian River. : next, Sept. 23th, at 10:30 a. m. Official

f nil communications to Titusville, Flori members requested: to be present. Rev.T. evening. Thc all left here for 1-. O. Box, Z:-o,

da. *) ,:, J. Nixon, presiding elder, will preside. Heath yesterday. Mrs. Schuyler owned TITTJSVILLE, BllEVARD CO., FLORIDA. JhI

-Mr. Louis Dorman, of Cape Henry. i iS. Public services in connection with con- the famous Dummit Grove some years -"4t. *.- rit

I" C., who supercedes Mr. A. J. Mitchell ferance as follows : Friday, 27th, at 7:30 ago. It is nearly! nine year since she We Buy and Sell all kind:* of Real Estate; and arc soles Aircnt.fur a law list.-icarefullyselected Ffcre.
Minis 2?th. 7:30 visited Indian River, and her daughter, Properties in alll'lfts IIi Brevurd ('utinc.RELIABLE .
t at the Signal Service office here, arrivedin p. m., ; Saturday, p. in.
little girl. An impromptu Information furnished a:< to ('}Iartdt'r. !l''i"ttiun and valae.f any IV W
town Friday evening. Mr. Mitchelland LaGrange ; Sunday, 29th! 11 a. in., at was quite :t "
family expect to leave for Jupiter Wager's Hall, Titusville; o'clock: p.m., dance wastarted just after perty Our on facilities for the transaction of a general Real Estate l.u..ines- arc un'ioali4. 3F.

to-day. LaGrange. Communion service at closeof I supper, which Mi** Schuyler thoroughly and every effort will IK made to jive IN.rft"ath.ial.tilln to intending I'urclia.-! ,fc.. ..'

Sunday services. Rev. T. J. Nixon.P. I cnjoyod. They return home in about may favor us with their patronage.;
Mr. A. L. Hatch. City Point's well- .
Xo Properties lifted: unle-s the Title i is
three week.
known and courteous merchant, who has E. ; Rev. J. Bolton. Pastor ; Rev. C. attention given to Colonies and Syndicates el*- rin:: larw bodies fc.w-
C. and others will take in I Wedding: .1C1Is. In last week's STAR
been on a four or five weeks' trip to New Temple part priced lands.: Write for Descriptive Pamphlet.
services. we stated that another of our townsmen .
-- -
--- -
York, Washington, and other places, returned I ------- ------- ------ ------ -- --
-One of the social would enter into the holy state of matri- WALTER S. GKAIIAM. Secrttarr3BL
; here Saturday evening, and left njo-jt pleasant GEORGE M. ROBBIES, Prl' ic1cnt.

t. : for home next morning.On dance this season wa the one which ,. mony on the day of publication. The ev *,:i7ca. "tostraot; ; of Title Oo.,
marriage referred to wa:; that ofIr.\ .
took place at the Indian River Hotel on.
A. D. 1889.
<' Sunday evening, about ;):ao), Mr. Incorporated
( !""ridayeyening. The dance was to have Howell Titus, son of our highlyrespectedresident. :
r Francis Sabbadie killed a rattlesnake, Mr- M. E. Tituwho was mar- CAPITAL STOCK, $:>,000 ; FULLY PAID ; SO -.'SsEsS'nL&Char
taken place upstairs, but so many of the
t measuring over five feet, with a boat ried ton-i; Kate Ltingren, of Barber- l for Abstracts as follows : ;63.00 for Opening Number and :)()C. for each aJdditional IW
of in
+ t disciples Terpsichore put an appearance Abstract the the vii,jlOO(
the bow Transfer. For continuing an charges are same SBva
hook it swimming near
1 as yule, Fla. The nuptial rites took placeat
that the dining room was again for the first additional and OOc. for each succeeding; transfer.:
of the steamer St. Lucie. It had elevenrattles ,
the residence of the bride's mother at
R brought ihto request for the dance. So Taxes Paid for Xoii-llc.sidciif*. Stt
and a button. Barberville, at 1:30: ) m., Wednesday f
were-those that p.
pleased present they flST" For Small Fee we will relieve non-resident land owner> of the worry aaJannovance
,; -The Clco. with the xahatchec in last, the 18th September, before a few in- !It
; did not cease "tripping the light fantastic incident to the Pavment of T<1Xl -. and Insure them ajr.tin: t It.--*byTai t
i I -aI i tow, started for St. Sebastian Mondaymorning. ; *' until 1230.; There were quite a timate friends of the family, the Rev. Salt'" 1= i

+S The Loxahatcbee was loaded ,' number of ladies present: and nobody Mr. White, the Methodist minister, performing Box 250, Titusville, Fla.
with lumber for the hotel to be The bride look- .
new the
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ceremony. -
could ----
r grumble at,iot being able to get a -- --- -
erected at St. Seba5tim."e hear this lady partner for either a round or square ed charming in a costume of creamcolored 3IALA1UK CIGAR FACTOBY.{ 'I I C. J\ :HEiCTORIardtivare: II

hotel will be constructed on the most dance. The members the band deserve brocaded silk and lace bunting, while: II. C. Proprietor. z
Stuck i
modern principle, and will have bathrooms the thanks of all who were present.: the groom wore the conventional black.Mrs. .! and x!'
of fine Hnmmd Domestic
and patent water-closets on each \ Howell Titus who is i the daughter Manufacturer (\
-The fiat of the week a jovial partyon Cigars. Trade supplied with fine
floor after the style of those at the of the late Dr. Harry II Lungren, of filled. II
fishing bent-comprising Messrs. H'I hand made goods. ; promptly
Treutier Hotel, Eau Gallie. Up to this i is estimable and 2*
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B. Hersey, Frank Villeret, Chas. Rhodes, I Philadelphia, a mo:' refined Factory Malabar. Fin. General Produce CB'
date no hotel in this town have these and is
young lady generally esteemed -
C. C. Curtis Chas. H. Walton, E. D. Tit
t much-needed conveniences inside.. by all who have met her. She ZTAJTi.L K'S
Raney S. Singleton, G. H. Gaines : and :
#, -Mr. E. B. Wager, who has been away was presented with -ome beautiful bouquets -
Mrs.J F. H. Villeret, Mrs. H. B. Her-e)". SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY
on a six weeks' pleasure trip to Carolina Mrs.! Carl Curtis, Miss Anita Villeret of roses at the wedding, andboth, HEW SPAPER i I JIi>IGuunu F lor'niaEOL'GfIT (Ex\:

and Georgia, returned home on last (of .Jacksonville), and Miss Katie Single contracting parties received: the compliments 'TIIE pioxcrar: A( I:XC'-. !I -- __-_ -- Fir:

night's train. He informs us that he i : : and congratulation:* of a hoot of I ICIL Br.OL
tou-started from the Indian River Ho-
r' For terms and sample! e.'pies: address I HAVING THE
their friends also the :-
has had they were recipients
a enjo"ablelcntionand ;
tel, for the Haulover, in Mr. J. P. Turn
of nice from \ H. :NAUMAN.Titusville : BAKERY
general appearance proves the correctness some very presents Gr.tti
i er's fast sloop yacht, Atlanta. On the
t of his statement. Our townspeople were relatives and their many admirers. The We: will Keep on Hand Every Daj
arrival of the party the disciples of the P. 0., Brevard county, FI::. rx
f pleased to see him ack, and so were the bride and bridegroom arrived here on
art at commenced
piscatorial once fishing : PIES Iet
Sr.utatT.. Mr. will Wednesday evening's train and were to ,
Wager now occupy with rod and reel and line, but with no A. FROSCHER 1C
t,". his old position in this office after to-day, success, it being too early in the day for ; be serenaded that evening : but the unpropitious ETC. ALSO

so our readers must be good enough to the finny tribe to take kindly to the bait. : :state of the weather precluded Ti::;ville, Florida,

address all communications to him hereafter It was then suggested that all adjourn to.. that part of the programme being carried Keeps full.supply of metallic and wooden Bottlers of Sodawater, Ginger! t

while those who have conducted out. Thursday night, !however, the band lit
dinner and as some of the party beganto
I his affairs during his absence, apologizefor feel the pangs of hunger, they were attended in full l force at the residence of Coffins, Cases and Caskets. Ale, and other Drinks. .,

shortcomings, and retire in favor Mrs M. K. Titus, and the members sent 1CIt
f not slow in wending their way to the Funerals attended if desired. orders -
of one who i is better qualified: to occupy Atlanta, where the ladies had spread a forth: some of the sweetest: strains of promptly executed: and at reasonable ALL ORDERS' RECEIVE PR03IPT
music that have }heard for rates. Embalming done.
the position. dinner of a rcchrrche description, whichall we some time, ATTENTION. C

after cool breezes from the did which rejoiced the heart of the bride
-Day day ample justice to. especially the
r S ocean, fresh and pure as those of Eden, chicken and guava jelly. The cravingsof and bridegroom. In return all were -A. L. Hatch & Son, 1! S. A. HELCHEK A: COMPANY,

bring vigor and refreshment to old and the inner man having being fully appeased bountifully supplied with refreshments, :DEALERS I! PROPRIETORS,
r3'', and the nocturnal band then wended '
on their balmy wings, the the again commenced fish-
young ; says party TITUSVILLE, FLA.
s Halifax Journal. The broad, smooth, ing with renewed vigor and with better. their way homewards, while the occupants DRY GOODS NOTIONS I A 1

hard beach, unexcelled of Mrs M! E. Titj-o residence fell E.Xr
4 as a carriage success. Several of the ladies were fortunate -

drive, playing ground or prominade, is enough to make a haul. Mrs Vil I i into the arms of that god of dreams! &iIr.

fringed by a gentle surf, ready for enjoyment leret, we understand making the best Morpheus. The bride and bridegroomhave Hardware, Crockery"Saddlery.Medicines INDIAN RIVER HOTEL
Stationery Family -
I the best wishes of the STAR for a in
with its while
: perfectly-tempered watersas record, one of Jacksonville's belles Garden Seeds
the very beau ideal of bathing on theca followed closely in her sister-in-law's long life of peace, happiness concord. i ,1\

t coast. Fish fairly swarm in these wake. How many Mrs.\ Hersey or Mrs. _.For__. 'ontinnation_ of Local* see first page. CHOICE GROCERIES, I Titusville Fla. Nahet:

r,t,, waters, of all varieties: to furnish the Curtiss caught we are unable to say. but -- --n n Hay, Corn Mapes Fertilizers. ,

t angler with sport, or his table with they were doing their be-t when last 1 seen lit
.j t' toothsome food. Over the foam-flecked in possession of the rod and reel ; and II II I tim

# hea'ingt'aters fly in graceful curves the Mrs. Villeret missed an immense trout, I OY1fu OPEN ALL THE YEAR ROUND- 1

wild birds of the sea-the curlew, the who was not satisfied with the bait only, miTCHAIlP, President. ''tiii

t gull, the fish hawk, the eagle, heron and but purloined half the hook as well 1. t.wtoyr \V. )(. rnolv.Cachicr. -:0CapacitT :- .

pejjcan adding their graceful forms to which, no doubt, he will have some difficulty ROYAL.OMMssetcTt ,

the interest and beauty of the scene. in digesting. The gentlemen were [ rr+ti* Ar INDIAN RIVER BANK. 200 Guests- .,-ie!

M a -We hear that some merchants down fortunate, too for they hooked quite a i.it

the riser complain that Titusville has number. As it was nearly four o'clock, Tiuxv212c, I;orida.A '

better shipping facilities than anywhere this pleasant little party)-who met with 5i J\ B. SACKETT,
else on Indian River. SuperintendentWatson nothing unpleasant to mar their delightful TRANSACTED. 6
says the reason is that many of outing, the only mishaps being that "15

t the merchants use sailboats to deliver of one young lady falling down and a ,, .1 ,i i prompt Exchange attention bought given and. to collections.soM. Special Loans and : Newly-Built House, just recently l,,J.'r

their freight, and he meets those rates, gentleman nearly falling into the waterin negotiate on first mortgage for Savings Opened, is now ready to receive the p** .. '1
which gives Titusville the advantage a vain attempt to arrest the departureof est allowed Corporations on time deposits.Individuals.) Inter. tronage of all those traveling] to and fn s "
; ;
Advances made. upon available collateral. Indian River. f."
and that the lower river merchant, by an immense trout who pilfered a hook, Approved business pa er;discoanted. It is delightfully located within abetIUO .

ti his uc of sailboat, make the rate, not the narrow escape of two gentlemen get -4KuJG Drafts Business on all done parts at of Jacksonville Europe. rates. feet of the riyer, and always recent* L'

him. Thus, he says, the merchant has ting an impromptu bath in the Haulover Every favor, consistent with sound full benefit of the cool Atlantic Ocean !
banking, cheerfully extended.
no one to blame but himself. If the through the antics of that fastidious lit- breezes.
tkricer I
confidence in tle Signal Service craft and slight mishap CORRESPONDENTS:Bank of Jacksonville, The Patronage of the People of
people place him he will a Jacksonville, Fla.; The Seaboard National is solicited. K
use his utmost endeavors to sltisfyan to another who slipped one leg into PJlWDER Bank, New York. 23 specially

,r- benefit all the patrons of the Indian the,,'atcrin his eagerness to pull in a fish, TABLE SERVED WITH ALL THE
River Steamboat Company who now and that of another, who laughed so MARKET AFFORDS.

., have every facility for handling freight heartily at a mishap to a young lady, Absolutely Pure. -The STAR is $1.50 per annum, or !ap
with great promptitude. Capt. W. B. and became so weak in the legs, that he 75c. for six months, payable in advance. Swimming Pool and Bath-rooms ii iiTo
i i who has Tlii powder ne-w varies A nunrel of purity Plied with halt and Sulphur Artefl
Watson .made.O many improvements had to terminate his mirth on the ground) strength, and whole omeneM. More economical Please examine the nameandaddressslip Water House tall l
connected with the
I : on our river, is a ntleman of -started for home, pleasantly whiling than the ordinary kinds and cannot be sold in
competition with ti.- ranltitn of low pasted on the front of this guests.
well-known nbilitnnd the removal of the time away by singing. The Atlanta test ihort page
i iI I his family to this place will be Jackson arrired home at six p. m., and all voted cann.weight. Royal lain Bakiii>r puftuphate:Powder pug Co 1era.. 105( Sold Wall only Street in,' paper, and see when your subscription SPECIAL RATES BY THE VTE0J
ville's loss and Titusville's gain. they had had a most pleasant outing. New York. expired. The date will inform you. OR MONTH. :