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Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: October 9, 1889
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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VOL. X. TITUSVILLE, FLA., WEDNESDAY, OCT. 9, 1889. NO. 25.


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t I Cocoa. This is a thriving settlement. Several : ter I see no cause to blush for voting according Melbourne. Argument for High License. .

Capt. L. R. Hover is at home on a lit- lots of land have recently been purchasedand to my honest convictions and do Mr. and Mrs. Andrews have to Editor Florida Star:
4 are being put into cultivation. The i not intend to be bull-dozed by foul and gone
i tie visit.Mr. i Lake Worth on a visit. The prohibition papers appear troubled
following have bought and are now busy I abusive language;: from whatever sourceit

A. Moore made a short visit to Ti preparing for banana and vegetable culture may come. I appeal to each citizen, tome fine showers last week, and a because the men favoring the sale of

| tusviile last week. : Mr. Thigpen Mr. Bo vast, Mr. S who has enough manhood left to do so, fairly good squall of short duration. whiskey are not holding mass-meetings,

of last Sunday us aforetaste Smith, Mr. Ringgold, Mr. Ronald and to stand by his opinion. Victory may be and reaching for the sale of whiskey.Is .
norther
The winter. gave others. Mr. C. T. Verbeke is also extending to the other side but it will not be an inglorious People are arriving on nearly every it not sufficient to say that those
of steamer on their way to their winter people who hold mass-meetings in favorof
his shall
already beautiful place. defeat which we suffer.
Capt. \\". H. Sharpe, of City Point, I I Majorities are not always in the right.I homes, or to view the country. prohibition are spending their time

was aThe visitor in Cocoa Monday. Can Gallic. have no desire to urge any man to vote :Messrs. Fee, Nesbitt & Turner have for a cause that, sooner or later, will

"for selling but simply appeal to those scored another success in the well for drive the State of Florida to utter bank-
>Methodist< Church entertainment Mr. George Gleason has gone on a tripto ?
who have come to the conclusion that Frank Forest, in the Narrqws. Depth, ruptcy
be enjoyable affair. Lake Worth.
to an
The of Brevard
promises our county will be more prosperous if I 357 feet. people now have it in

Mr. C. II. Aitken, of Jersey City, spent The new organ for the church arrived wet to display their courage by coming I their hands to vote for or against the sale

i wveral days in Cocoa at the Peck House here from Chicago, Monday. I out in their true colors. We will not The S. V. White came up early Saturday of whiskey and the side that favors the

week. have low and went up to Titusville. We sale of whiskey i is still only for the rea-
rest assuredof
list School commenced Monday morning, : any "groggeries, heard she had orders to come up each son that Democrats favoring the sale are .

s )Ir. Zach Dixon and Mr. L. S. Andrews with Miss Kennedy as teacher.Mr. that. It takes a pretty good man to week hereafter.Mr. depending on Republicans that are hon-
raise $800 in hand cash these times, and
returned from their trip down the
and Mrs. John Mellor are at home the license alone costs that sum before Chas. H. Stewart has had his lot est to stand by their national platform,

river last Thursday. again, having arrived from Chicago on the door is opened.I cleared and the summer weeds removed, which states that the Republican party

* 3Iw. Blauvelt left Cocoa last week for Friday last. have no personal interest in the mat- which makes another addition to the appearance favors "free whiskey and tobacco." Now

her home in Ostecn. Mr. Blauvelt accompanied Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Walton to ter-am neither a "rummie" nor "rummie's of the "avenoo." there are good honest Republicans in this
her far Titusville. expect county and we have reason to believe
as as minion and with-
along
leave for Courtney. Tuesday, on a visitto can get Another post office on the river. We they will stand by their party doctrine.
Daniel the Cocoa dentist Mr. and Mrs. Wilson. out a drop of liquor the year round, as
Dr. L. T. believe the name is Averill, and the loca- The Democrats that are Democrats, in
I far as I concerned, and don't it
am use ,
went up to Titusville Monday to remain Capt. Bennett is busily engaged stow but I consider this I tion opposite Malabar. It is served by deed as well as name, are bound to stand
no reason why
there n week in his office at the Grand ing his furniture under tents until his should play the dog in the manger act. special messenger, and S. B. Craft, we believe by the principles and doctrines of Jefferson -

View Hotel. new residence is completed.Road Come out and vole according to your is the postmaster.We and Jackson. They have, in other

Guavas are most plentiful, and all of Commissioner John Houston and convictions! and the county will go"wet," hear from many parties north- words, no right to abridge the personal

the good housekeepers are busy putting County Commissioner P. A. McMillan prosperity return, property enhance in who were so delighted at first-that they liberties of a single person, and must do
the fruit in cans and making value and fanaticism and for time for themto their best to sustain the liberty of the
I + pretty up attended the meeting County Commis- cant, hypoc- are longing the to come
jelly for winter use. sioners at Titusville, :Monday. risy be given the die-back. return to Florida. There is a charmin whole land in its broadest sense.
We take pleasure to to those that
. say
Yours climate hard resist.
to
truly, our
is well
at Courtney
The grocery store Capt. John Houston i is having lumber MIKADO. are wondering why the whiskey favoringclass

patronized by the people at that place, hauled for the purpose of building a resi- TITUSVILLE Oct. 8,1889.Saloon Mr. E. C. Thomas has had about eight don't hold mass meetings that most
1 and Mr. Courtier, the proprietor, is well feet wide cleared from New Haven
i dence on Indian River, adjoining land of .. of them don't expect to run for office the
pleased with his new home. Messrs. J. O. and C. H. Walton. EvilS. avenue past the old hotel to his own door. next political campaign! and thus do not

Everybody who has any land on the Such enterprise deserves special mentionas show themselves before the public under
The steamer Ramona was out with a Editor Florida Star: the same walk is used by others. false Now Mr.
. Indian River is busily engaged in planting many pretences. Editor, they
party, Sunday morning, on a trip up the The saloon in Brevard has
do
for the county poor not expect to have favors conferred
out vegetables just now earlyspring 3fessrs.lrorton: and Greer, of Ocala,
Banana river and Bennett's two
; Capt. record for re-establishment in midst.
. market in the north our formerly of Georgia, have been here for upon them by prohibitionists, nor would
new boats, with a small party, paid a Murder bloodshed and riot be
may they like to be classed in with that classof
several We hear Mr. Morton has
Mr. E. H. Gregory, of Louisville, Ky., visit to Tropic.Mr. traced to its door. When a large major- days. people that don't try to hang on to the
bought from Mrs. S. A. Gleason of Eau
and Mr. J. E. McClung, of Palatka, Fla., J. E. M. Hodgson, who left here ity of the good citizens of this county Gallie, 160 acres of land at Miami, and truth, and if any one will vote for the

two commercial tourists, were in town last week with the body of the late Mr. voted it closed two years ago it defiantly both will there sale of whiskey he can do so and not
gentlemen shortly.
last week and sold goods to our mer W. H. Adams and the akin of the rattle- refused obedience to law and the moral go rank himself with that class that todayare

. chants.In snake that caused his death, is expected sense of the whole county. It continued, The office of inspector of the lifesavingservice the cause of the people of Florida

November one of Cocoa's"old bach back from Canada in about a fortnight.Mr. more or less, open and insolent in its has, at last, been decided, and being burdened down with taxes, and

-, elors" will become a 'benedict," and hisprettY' work of ruin both to men and to boys Capt. Harry B. Shaw has taken posses- where the end will be we cannot tell.

will then be entirely f urnfrhed. William Treutler is still busy lay- until an honest man, though a youth, sion. We hear, also that several appli- The prohibitionists claim the expensesof
cottage ing a coquina wall in front of his place. the in the for in the service have been
cants
i No man's house is furnisheduntil was placed, as right man rightplace places the State of Florida have been less
Artesian well water is now supplied to when law enforced closed notified that will be made.
he has a Ue-tbeold maids ,honestly no changes since the prohibition law has been adopted -
say. baths and water-closets on each floor of its doors. Shall we, as voters, now say and to show that this is not the true
C. J. Hector went river last
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson and their little the hotel, which is a great desideratumto to our boys and families that we were Capt.and returned up The i fact[ we simply give to the readers of the

daughter Ruth, of Courtney, went up to those who stay at this hotel. wrong and the saloon right? Shall we, Florence Friday last week on Monday.down load STAR a few statistics from the records of
Tituiville last Saturday, and from there .. after the brought a
reaching goal, though nearlytwo of for Mr. Hector's east side placeSt. the Comptroller of the State which we
piping
made visit to Melbourne Monday with Luke Worth. consumed in
a years were getting Kilda-and the will find as follows for the year 1888:
their friend Mr. C. J. Hector of that there refuse to be crowned with laying same
The weather is all right. peace, be pushed rapidly. Several acres will DISBURSEMCNTS. c

'j;I place. Miss Hattie Gale arrived home Octo- sobriety turn and to good his vomit government the and that re be furnished with pipes, hydrants and Salaries Judicial Dept..........$32,641 87

Mr. J. M. Sanders and Mr. Zack Dixon ber 1st. washed as a dog to her wallowine or in the sow mire? sprinklers, and planted with vegetables.A Jurors and witnesses............. 65,393 27

\.J vent up to Titusville in the sloop Magnolia was great success is anticipated, and it Rew'ds for apprehending criminals
A good attendance at Sunday School It is sure to create a condition things
j Sunday so as to be there to attend 29th. murder and riot be- seems a reasonable expectation.Mr. ................................ 2,811 15
on September whereby may again
the county road commissioners' meeting. in town and ( E. P. Branch returned last week Criminal prosecutions........... 43,261 24
come rampant our county ,
Mr. Dixon is the inspector of the county Miss Lida Brown arrived home Sept.
no good citizen wishes to see that. Thereis from his northern tour. He has brought

: roads. 24th, greatly improved in health. so much to be said right here one a large stock of goods for the 'winter Total..........................$144,106 98

Next Sunday Rev. James Bolton will After waiting for necessary pipes and hardly knows how to stop. Some think trade. We have not had time to exam To show the reader the cost of the same

preach in the new 31. E. Church South tools work is again progressing lively on only of taxation, and think of licensingthe ine the stock, but we hear it is extensive. in a year where we had no prohibition

and Sunday School will be held in that the artesian well.A open saloon as a financial relief. No Goods are now kept at both general I laws and under the local option law we

edifice also, for the first time since the man need deceive himself in this. One stores that they would not have thought give the cost and expenses for 1886:
Carlin
and daughter of
J erection of the building. The church is son Capt. dollar saved is offset by many dollarsin of handling a year ago. Our hardware DISBURSEMENTS.
of the Life Saving Station paid
I a as well substantial one, Jupiter crime. Others think store also keeps in stock articles
very pretty as this section visit September 19th and punishing may many Salaries Judicial Dept.$31,346 67
and Mr. Bolton deserves great credit for 20th. a they have no boys to be hurt or ruined, that could not be procured nearer than Cost of criminal prosecutions.. 947 43

1 his untiring efforts in the raising of funds and therefore care little whether the sa- Jacksonville, four or five years ago. I Jurors and witnesses............. 46,929 39

1 for the building. Joe Jenkins has traded- off five- acres- -of loon. goes or _stays._ Let_!_I such_ think_ thisagain We--- often- see statement made- of- great Conviction fees.................... 2,440 00
west side land for five acres from I. They may have girlS, and a drunken
On afternoon of this week

:' the Titusville Thursday Baseball Club will come Henry on the east side, and has movedon son-in-law may hurt as bad as a results look from like small fish stories.areas, and The sometimes followingone Total...........................$83,663 40
it and it in shape to raise a drunken The saloon is they
a convenient
put crop son. open
this it will be
. down to Cocoa to play against the Pal- is strictly true: Mr. Allen Campbell, By seen that local optionhas
this winter.J. place to trap, not dnly our own"
|JB radioes of this town. The will a credit of $60.443.58.We .
from 15 feet 90
same a piece by feet, planted
if have them but
, lH take place on the Palmettoes baseball N. Parker has bought a couple of boys bors', we When the evil, appetite our neigh gains with Porto Rico, Egyptian Queen and find that the State of Florida received -

.",'I rounds; near Mr. Nail's house, in the acres of land on the west side from Geo.A. control boys.the conscience will to sugar-loaf pineapples this year, has raised from license tax in the year 1888

; Wf'Stirt of Cocoa. Mr. T. Booth will Gale, and will shortly begin to clear do becomes dormant or or dead.power The for home use over 100' apples-these varieties the sum of $91,654.57, and"in the year

a rive a "ball" (dance) that night at Hill's and get it ready for building. The land right saloon is the convenient place to selling from 25 to 75 cents each. of 1886 the State of Florida received from

}all. Music will be furnished by Mr. has a ten rod frontage on the lake, and open He has also sold $40 worth of slips and license tax 12735671. The reader will
it Then an evil brain and
.' Koerger, and refreshments will be served $200 was the price paid for it. evil keep heart so. have all possibilities before an suckers and has some four or five hundredleft see that the license tax amounted to

: during the evening. Geo. W. Hunt riot domestic to set out. From one Porto Rico 35702.14 more in one year under the
It is rumored that Capt. them. Murder, infelicity local law hence credit local
, Lat week the wedding invitations were caught a tarpon lately, but as in a fight and other crimes may occur at any time, plant he ate the apple, worth at least 50 option option with that,amount.we With the expenses

received here of Miss Blanche F. Taylor between substance and shadow the latter as occasion serves. cents, and sold $1.50 worth of slips. of the courts $60,443.58
now higher -
ted Mr. S. H. Peck. They will be married would not have much show, it is likely The following actual occurrence, as From four sugar-loaf plants 70 slips were it will be seen that the State of Florida -

;J in Grand Rapids, Mich., October that after the captain had hooked the the fruit of the saloon, is given, and one set out, 15 sold and 12 or 15 still remainon is running behind $96.-
every year
r t 15th. Mr. Peck and his intended bride tarpon his friends pulled it in for him the writer can vouch for: the plants. Such success is extraor- 145.72.

:1 are well known on the Indian River,having and generously gave; him the credit of A child, innocent and blithe,*givin dinary, and of course could not be ex- Now, if we want higher taxation, the

spent several winters down here, and catching the fish. promise, passing through his boyhood pected on a large plantation, but demon- voter who votes against the sale of whiskey -
they have many friends who send their SAM. into manhood, for pastime and pleasure strates what can be done on "a little farm
is voting in favor of high taxes; for
numerous good wishes in their new voyage .. seeks the open saloon. At first he drinks well tilled. The slips sold more than in the Comptroller's books be found
of life. Mr. Peck will his bride the drinks plays cards and other paid the cost of fertilizing cultivationand may
bring The Very Insist Gun-Wet Versus lighter he following: Balance on hand Jan. 1,
in November, to visit at the home of his games; then learns to drink the intoxicating incidental expenses, leaving the apples 887 $194,615.49 and later
Dry. ; again, on
arenta. )ref, and Mrs. W. H. Peck, inQooa. liquor, gets drunk, loses self-re slips, set out and remaining, as we read in the same official ,
Editor Florida Star: spect, self-control, will-power, principle, profit, worth, at a very low price, at least reports, under -
rules
purely prohibition the following -
Considerable has been given during and becomes possessed of a dead con- $50, on less than one-thirty-second part
The colored population of Cocoa turnedout space of of land. : Balance on hand Jan. 1, 1889, $33-
in full force last Sunday to "enjoy the past two months to the same science and a depraved appetite, an un- an acre ordinary 053,59.) The extra session nearly cost

religion'1 on the river bank while the hackneyed arguments which the prohi- extinguishable flame; becomes dead to I On the island-Mr. Hector's place- the amount left and the State of Florida

I leader of the flock baptized one of their bition clement has advanced all over the all right or wrong, but his appetite for I extensive improvements are being made. has no money in its treasury in a time

sisters, who was filled with a desire to be country for the past ten years. Many of drink goes on from bad to worse; then The old store building is being remodeled hat prohibitionists claim they have done
washed of her sins. The the; articles were put forth as original loses all paternal affection. Now, witha If
ruin
: scene was very -a new veranda built on the east and good. they mean to the State

Picturesque, for the negroes were arrayedn compositions, but I can refer you to cer- cunning and apparent deliberation, south sides, with French windows open- they have partly gained a victory, but if

all the colors of the rainbow, while tain pages of leading magazines in which gain possession of all personal effects ing on the same.. This part will containa they tell you, reader, that they have
the exactly) the same articles can be found, Belonging to an aged father, then ninety
tall
waving palmettoes with their ladies' parlor, a gentleman's parlor and saved money, they tell you a falsehoodto
broad leaves the water save that the arguments are better arranged years of age, and sells and squanders the their end and
green glistening office a large dining-room, and bed gain ; since the last session -
and the and the language of a higher same in the saloon and at games of
bright sunshine made a fitting rooms. A good-sized two-story kitchen of the Florida Legislature the Governor -

jackground; for the picture. Every few grade. Such a mass of matter as that chance connected therewith. After which, will be built in the rear of this, and with has had to borrow, I am told,
Sundays this is enacted south which you have published from the prohibition with the same cunning and adroitness,
scene just the large and airy rooms in the new store $100,000 on high interest to pay expen-
of the Church. point of view and the meetings gains possession of the homestead and And I would call
Episcopal I building, will be used as a hotel. The ses. your attention to
that being held throughout the county sells it then into the saloon in the
are
; goes furniture etc. are ordered and I the message of our Governor, wherein he
carpets ,
Mr.. W. D. Sargent, who spent the season ; and personal effort which is being made i city of Toledo and is murdered and calls attention the
will be here in a few days. The part of to fact that the revenue -
in
I
Florida
during the winter of 1888 the effect of thoseof robbed of his his I
may have influencing money, leaving aged the island on which the buildings stand from licenses has fallen from $130-
turned to his home a few weeks ago our citizens whohave not got the matter father and mother penniless and home-
iron I has been enclosed by a fence, the 000 in 1887 to $91,000 and there is no
a several months' stay in Europe, well settled in their mind. There are. less, to be cared for by those whom his picket increase it than
in front cleared to hope to more to
margin give a expect
Joe re he was part of the time at the men who believe in the wet theory, saloon recklessness had robbed also. This away I
many for each and he further
outlook tennis has
good a court been $100,000 year; -
am
Exposition, having had charge of such enthusiastic innocent child and ruined
but hearing speechesas youth manhood -
"these
the entire prepared, made perfectly level and thick- states, are facts that confront us
ibi
American telephone ez made and the the brother of the
have been reading was
youngest "
ton there. While on the Indian River articles which have many been writer. ly set with Bermuda grass, and will makea and must be squarely met. Now to
argumentative splendid lawn tennis ground. Tropicaltrees meet this squarely.it means higher taxa-
*/ Sargent made warm friends, in the STAR have This is isolated Others
many published begun to no case. equally
who will be and plants abound, among them being tion, or, to tell the truth, to put a little
pleased to learn that at the be and have been if under the
not
think they must wrong, appalling, worse, come of burden
shoulders
tut specimens of sago and date palms, alligator more a on of the
meeting of the National
Telephone led to believe that while their honest recollection of the writer. Does anyone
khan royal ponciana and coral t tax-payer, and if some one cannot
; Association he unani- pears pay
bro was favors the saloon that they are this is too far-fetched to be applicableto
judgment say
will self his and
ouilr trees bananas, sapadilloes we property tell him,
elected for the mangoes mag- :
president ensuing that it is Brevard this time ? Havewe
such
In a hopeless minority not county at
"do the best the
Year.Ir. nolias, umbrella and acacia trees, while you can, prohibitionistswill
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with
Sargent was so pleased worth while voting at all. Others, of a not had murder, robbery and riot in for "
Our lovely Indian River when here" that tecona, alamandas, hibiscus in great variety pray you.
sensitive nature, have been abashed bythe the past history of Brevard? Do we now
THOMAS J. DESTEUBEN..
*e roses also and others ,too numerousto
hope to him this winter. ,
see again epithets which have been applied indiscriminately wish to return to those days of murder, .
mention will serve to make the place
all riot and bloodshed followed I
to anti-prohibitionists by heavy
attractive. The building is under the superintendence -
.
Announcement.I
llrnntlcy. -such "Rummies" "Rummies' minions taxation and ,
as to meet county State ex-
Methodist Sunday School SunJJJ. in of Mr. Ely, and Mr. Allen hereby announce myself candidatefor .
every "Liquorites, "Whiskeyites""Brawlers" penses punishing the crimes? May all the floral and a
is developing I
Rev. Jas. Bolton preached last Sun- until they feel almost good citizens say no. May domestic want Campbell with his usual Town Marshal at the coming election,
horticultural good
ashamed to vote according to their hon- and woe, all caused by the open saloon, part will be looked pledge the people my honest endeavorto

Mr. L. I). Hancock, J. E. Booth. Mr. est convictions. I say many feel this way say no. May a good conscience and a taste. The table house especially will be fill the office creditably if elected, and ..
after and the sure we
Jrtlett, Mr. R. B. Stewart, M. C. Ma- and it is to such I appeal. I, myself, feltor right manhood on election day sal no. new share of hope to receive the support of my friend ,
think of custom.
breder and )Ir. O. Allen also have flour- a time that I would refrain from voting -- A. V. H. a good and a majority of the votes cast on that

"lilnfi placet here. at all, but after considering the mat-j GEOBGIANA, FLA. i U. D'OXOHTJ. occasion. HEXBY TITUS.


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; tF) 1 :Standard theater :Tuesday evening by THE NAVASSA RiOTS I County Court, Brcwrd County, J

staying fifteen minutes with William Tarn Out to Be More Serious Than First 19 Wants. By the County Judge/or aUTo c otuit

4 THE GR !T STORMt' )luMthn. Carkeek in a Grseco-Roman was. not in good wrestlingmatch. form, Oct.Reported.i-The details of all to whom these present shall t

I having only recently arrived from England BAI/TIMORB alt come, greeting
the lath
__ where his wife had just died the riot M Norasaa on of -0- Whereas Mary T. Cleveland and Jerome
I Muldoon used him rather roughly, but have just come to hand in the shape Twichell. applied to this *
Strikes court
Coast f
Along the Atlantic | could not turn him on his back.:: I a report of Superintendent Smith, of letters of administration on the estates for

Mexico, ; .i: H.,,l !Stand Blown Down. the Xavassa Phosphate company. "On J. 8. WATSON & CO. Sophronius Twichell. deceased, hue g #.

I PATCKSCX. N. J., Oct 5.-A hi hwin.l I the morning of Sept 16 the negroes said Brevard county. these are.therefor* -.<
in insurrection and killed four cite and admonish all and
i-rose to singular;
afternoon blew down the
IT'- Doing an Untold Amount of I' Tuesday stand on the fair ground of the i officers viz: Thomas N. Foster, Joseph kindred and creditors of said de eaj

Damage. grand Northern Xt-w Jersey Fair association. Falis, James Mahon and William T. FORWARDINGAND to be and appear before this CourCoaot fJ t

I The -cture had been completed and i Shea. We had no warning of such an before the 18th day of Noce tuber, \.DL .".

De Ascertained was Sintj put in readiness for the i action. At noon the men congregatedin 1 1SS9, and file objections if any they hjtt ...
of Life Cannot Syr".
% The Ix*s the granting letters as aron-saId.othI.r.
: formal opening of the grounds on Oct front of the superintendent's house to
.at Present-Twelve Foreign Dark, Two I wise the same will be granted as pnjed. .
I 116. The loss is estimated at $5,000. and refused to work. COMMISSIONMERCHANTS I ,
and whereof, bare hemRs
Schooner In testimony
Steamship Twenty i I I to arrest :*
Many Other Smaller Craft Wrecked in i A Mi sislppt State Senator Scheme to i iI "When Mr. Jones attempted he was knocked officially set my hand and seal this fca ",.
one of the ringleaders
I Prevent Race Troubles. i day of Sept. 1 9. r
= Carmen Harbor. I down and in a few minutes a howling MINOR S. Joxts. :
COFFETVILLE, Miss., OCt. 4.-State I to I illiiiI:
CITY OP MEXICO, Oct. 5.-The de- I mob surrounded him. He managed County J (
Joel P. Walker of Meridian, the other officers 2i-6t. a1s .
that caused the Senator get to the house where .. S
ttructive coast cyclone I thinks that he has found a remedy by i had sought shelter. We took refuge in -
At-
f great loss to shipping along the : which all friction between the blacks ]1, the upper story of the superintendent'shouse Master's* Sale. '--Mli I

lantic beaboard switched into the gulf : and whites will be removed. He con and opened fire on the mob, whichwas and virtue of decree ..

i{' and lashed the coast of Campeachy as it tends that all the strife and discord that I now throwing stones against and Under Circuit by Court of the Sees3 Usaiaj l't

was never lashed before. The reports arise between the races emanate entirely I into the house from every direction, as i TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. I out Judicial of the Circuit of Florida, In and far -(
of the great storm have been slow in : from politics, and the demand of the well as shooting at any one of us who in a certain -- "
Brevard county, cause therein
the have the state offices divided, them. That 1If'
owing to to be by a
i reaching news centers, negro happened to seen wherein W. II. Macomberb:
the avowal of the whites that no three hours with an -:0-- pending
lines connecting ana battle lasted about :
that telegraph Altree
.
V fact whereinthe complainant and George and \.

I \tith the peninsula have been prostrated Cruz I negro whites should are hold interested.any place i were occasional startled negro by the wounded explosion, of when a dyna-we 'V'E"A --r nie Altree,his wife,are defendants,I wffl. "& _i
and the was brought to Vera Master in Chancery sell at pat
news from
take as
He reasons that if you away: mite bomb which they had thrown on Jatjillllia
by: a sailing vessel outside of the negro all hopes of gaining political the lower porch. This was soon followedby THE CONFIDENCE OF THE PEOPLE outcry. to the highest and best bidder .
it has done the fourth
What damage it will dampen his ardor and zeal continuedroar for cash on Monday day ofSo"ember
there
I a
until
was
Isla Del Carmen is not known, but if it power another A. D. 1SS9.! the same being
box. and his remaining ,
to to the ballot by of More bombs were exploded !
dynamite.
k has been as destructive as it was then left.The ,. go away the state remains peaceful around and through the house, WE WaszYou legal sale day, between the legal hours t
there can be but little shipping Walker will, therefore. in all Us of sale in front of the Court 1I0"J door
in the city Mr. on the porches and in the rooms adjoining to be sure to Come and See
hurricane was so strong probability, introduce in the state senate the in which we had sought in the town of Titusville. Brevard coin .Ji
of Carmen that it pulled trees up by one When come to town. the following described ml
in January next a bill prohibiting behind cars you ty Florida,
and deposited them upon i shelter. The negroes were ......""
their roots with the estate. to-wit: Beginning on a public
man and
i any negro or any drawn in front of the house
houses. which they crushed like egg I up WE WANTTo from Wlllanl'a stow
blood from holding a road leading to
i terrified, | negro poI trees, banks and many buildings near
shells. The inhabitants were I litical state office. He says and other by, which afforded them protection Talk to You. Rockledge at a post.being four hundred 1)11Ijlll1IM
and missiles of all kinds were flying feet south of
I eminent lawyers affirm his statement from occasional shots. and ninetyeightIPS) tie .
*, the streets, knocking in windows, destroying will not conflict with our line thence east to the miifit ..
and keeping thepeople that such an act I I "Shortly after 4 p. In. they broke into WE WANTTo section ;
vegetation in the ', the fourteenth and fifteenth amend- i the dvnamite magazine and got a fresh of street and to the northwest corner o*

a from seeking safety open i i ments to the United States- constitution.. I,i supply of dynamite. By this. time the Work With You. the_ .. lot. owned by Joyner & Booth n\ Iwi .....
L 4 auThe the sailors in en- So far the proposed plan has not metwith I explosion of dynamite- had- become so builders) ; thence south fiftye
scene among their vessel was i popular favor, and the bill if introduced I frequent and uninterrupted and know- WE WANT post ; thence to the above-mentioned

deavoring to save and in others I: will not likely became a law. ing it was their intention to blow us public road; thence north to point of ..;
II
in some instances grand I Post You on the Markets. land boundedoa
vessel into eternity we decided to leave the To beginning; said being !
\ el after was MOTION.A .
heartbreaking. es*> PERPETUAL -
kw
of the II I house and endeavor to reach the officers' the north by F. E. Wood, east by street
i driven ashore. An inventory stand but WE WANT fc Booth, south by Tomplia! ,-
wrecks gives an Minneapolis Engineer Claims to Have quarters and make another Joyner
craft that complete I
are
it at La t. I had not twenty feet away before and west by county road. said d criW
exact idea of the destructiveness of the I Struck we got To Ship For You and See to Your Ship-
land lot three T
attacked situated in II
storm. Twelve foreign barks, some of ST. PAUL, Minn., Oct. 3.Richard they saw us and us from every land being :
.
direction with axes knives. rocks, ments here. of section thirty-three (33)) townib
them high and dry on the beach, others Robillard, night engineer at one of the
and still others has I razors and clubs at the same time utter- twenty-four ('fl) south range thlrtj- ..-
partiallsubmergec.1. mills in Minneapolis, avery
with their masks sticking out of the I' Pillsbury machine locked in his I ing fiendish yells that a Comanche In- WE WANT east, according to government surrey: "...
and twenty precious up dian would have envied. Each man was of the together with all the appurteniMH ..-
Two steamships Handle most
1 water. which he guards jealously. This To either Buy or
vtV smaller craftt house, soon overtaken and disarmed and Mr. thereunto belonging or in anywise tp-
schooners and many i t of mechanism is, so Itobillard of this sectionof
Produce
the list in Carmen harbor. i piece Foster was at once butchered with Fruit and J pertaining. s.. .
complete The number of lives lost still remains | says a solution of the problem of perpetual i knives, Mr. Foles was chopped to pieces the country. Terms cash. Purchaser to pay fcr .-:
t y i ;1 motion. Ata 2 o'clock Monday ; Snea shot
untold. It is expected that the !i with an ax. Poor Bill was titles. tilt 1
l report of the great : afternoon the machine had been running i with a revolver. WE WAST Dated this 23th day of December,A. ...
government ;
will be published for seven weeks. It requires no I "Those of us whose lives were sparedowe I ; D.1SS9. Wn
storm furnishing soon the only authentic j 1 fuel, and a little oil is all that is neededto our escape to the intervention of i You to Know, if we cannot Buy Your i WALTER S. GRAIUJC iris

't ,news which will ever be obtainable I keep it in shape." "The machineI inventor friendly negroes; who hid us in a little Products, We Can Ship it for You. Master in ChancerBren- Co. y
said the
:
r
7 of the work of the hurricane. have running now i building until the excitement had some- James T. Sanders
to-day, "has a flywheel ten inches in ; what subsided, and while they were en- 24 Complainani's Solictor.lU.t.STER'S ifa:1:
SOMETHING OF A SENSATION.A I diameter. It will run two sewing ma- I gaged in looting robbing and pillaging WE WANT

chines. I shall have completed by the >. the buildings and all property ownea to make Titusville a
help us SALE.
Very Important Turn of Affairs in Ten- end of October a machine with a twenty- rifled. About You to Thai
by the officers was being ....
neee.CHATTANOOGA I four inch wheel which will elevate a 6p. In. some negroes came to our building distributing point for the Productsof =By virtue of and in accordance whi a 2..1 t

Tenn., Oct 5. The i weight of ?,S00 pounds. The machine in which we were hiding and toldus the river, and sell our certain decree of the Circuit Court,o( ti. ...

sensation in Tennessee at present is the requires a governor to regulate' the. to come up to the mess house and Products here. Seventh Judicial Circuit of the State ti
t i I speed, and can of course, be stopped and we should not be Brevard ia ell-
fate of the election and registration j is get some supper, Florida,in and for countr,
5. enacted by the last legislature. Chattanooga's !! and started at to will.have his Mr.machine Bpbillard patent- harmed while going to and fro. We WE WANT eery, granted on the third day of .t a..
j i I taking steps had not proceeded over thirty feet be- therein peaulia
municipal election occurs Tuesday 1869, in a certain cause ...
next and the Republicans have sucF |i ed. He thinks he has made the oiscovi j fore one of the devils placed a revolverwithin In fact to save you money, and can do it wherein J. M. Lee complainant and Hif
,i I cry of the century. few inches of James Mahone'sface ..,
ceeded in obtaining an injunction from a if you will help us. riet P. Wilkinson and V.. Hnghlettsn Jt
I
Chancellor Gibson of Knoxville restraining A PECULIAR CEREMONY.The and fired and then shot him through defendants, 1\, W. Cockrell, Jr.,u Hater [ ', ..rkaaN'

.1 the commissioner from hold- II \. the heart after he feU. WE WANT in Chancery pro liar rice, shall eipoteta .
Divorcing of a Louisville Jewess "On the 20th inst her majesty's ship
ing the election under the new laws I sale, and sell at public auction, for cask d r1iLw
I Her Dead Hu.band. l Forward British man-of-war, came to for
from a
head-quarters
know are and bet bidJer.dsnsj
which are in effect the Australian i I You to we hand, to the highest
| LOUISVIULE, Ky., Oct a.-The rare our assistance. They have taken us for sale Moc&J,
method of voting. Vegetables, Crates, etc. the legal hours public on
The claim is that it conflicts with the : ceremony of divorcing a woman from :; aboard and treated us as honored the fourth day of November, 1SS9 m froci -Ii

fourteenth amendment and prescribesan i i her dead husband, according to the old \ guests"A WE WANT of the Court House door at Tittrmlk, n

educational qualification. A petition requirements of the Mosaic law, took i LOUISIANA DUEL. said county of Brevard, certain real estrt r

for an injunction: also presented to \ olace at the B'Nai Jakob synagogue in I To Sell you your Orange Boxes and described as follows:
United States District .Uidge Key. I this city Sunday. The woman was Mrs. I ASewspaper Controversy Results in the Orange Wraps and will do it if you That certain lot of land on which tom'! ....
Chancellor Dewitt of district Democrat I Death of Both Men. I II Kit-
] J. Levin whose husband, a peddler, the hotel known as the "Hotel Indian
has modifiei the injunction so ; was killed on the 2th of last June by I NEW ORLEANS, Oct 4.-A Eobelieu, will come to see us. er" and all that certain tract of Uai.

that the commissioners can proceed to : two tramps. She had no children, and i La., special says: For some time past which is an orange grove, the two trsccontaining
; erect election booths arrange for tickets f the old law of the orthodox Jews is that I there has been a newspaper controversy WE WANT in all about seventy acres sad''
,
4t ., etc. under the new laws. and tomorrow :: in such a case the dead man's eldest ; between A. C. Poole editor of The Vernon which were conveyed to the defeodant Ij
at 10 a. m. United States Circuit : brother is to marry the woman and raise News, and Lee C. McAlpin, sheriff You to know that we are Agents for the the several deeds of A. L' j

Judge Jackson United States District 1 up children in the name of the decease i of Vernon parish. A few days ago Ocala Rock Lime, and will furnishit which deeds are duly recorded in the o!ct

r Judge Key and Chancellor DeWitt ; Mrs. Levin however, did not desire i Poole sent McAlpin a challenge, which low down. of the clerk of the circuit court of said cwa 1
will sit together to hear arguments on to Israel Moses Levin, herhusband's wberwf i
marry Last
: the latter did not accept Friday riltioD
particular
a more .I
ty
the injunctions. It affects the entire he her. She I
brother
nor i
j the challenge was repeated, the wctioa
| morning follows: Beginning on U.I
as
state and involves the constitutionalityof 1 had, therefore to be divorced and asi !I and Poole followed it up and went into WE WANT between sections three and four D.T 1 I I

the Australian method of voting. i there were- not-in- -Louisville- two ortho- '!. the sheriffs office with his pistol in his You to know that we burn our own ship twenty-five, south of Range thrsf 1
dox Jewish rabbis, who requiredto
were atAllchallenge -
DRUNK AND DEAD BROKE. i! the they were hand, while was reading the Oyster-Shell Lime, and, of course, east, at a. square monument stone nuru
perform ceremony and said to McAlpin: Now with letter"" thence due east eiW 2
John L. Salllran in a High State of UllarIty j brought here from Chicago. The dij j is the best time we will have to settle can give you bottom prices. hundred a and fifty, feet, more or le.S*>HJ
took place in the in 1 4
and Peumle j vorce synagogue our differences. McAlpin drew his dian River, thence northerly alonj
BOSTON, Oct 5.-Jolin L. Sullivan I the presence of a small congregation pistol Poole opened fire first Several WE WANT river two hundred feet, or lea.to tw
that had thriftily been charged twenty-I
candidate for congress and manager of j! head. shots were fired by both parties. McAl south line of a lot of land purchased P?L
five cents j handle Cement
a the contents of his pistolin You to know that we '
John L Sullivan the pugilist is here ;, rin emptying L. and E. F. Hatch of R. C. May tfc
in a high state of hilarity and bank- OLD ENEMIES MEET. | PooTe's head and face, killing him and Plaster Hair. due west along said line to section 1 ?*

I"Uptcy.t midnight he made Ms appearance j Kx-Federal ',! instantly. McAlpin died a few hours above named, thence due south along ***
Reunion of Ex-Confederate ; later from a wound in the abdomen. it k F.
in the Adams house cafe in a | 1 WE WANT section line two hundred feet, more or r
Mexican of the second shot fired
and Yetertn* being the effect
I IOWINGSVTLLR crrtJ1S
silly, drunken state. His hair hung ; 'I to the place of beginning; also that
down on his brow an I his eyes had that Ky. Oct. 4 Saturday by Poole. To impress upon your minds that we piece or parcel of land being a part ol:JNo.

glare which has whipped many of his j I was a gland day in the little town of ON THE YUKON RIVER. represent three, in section No. three,To* wp

opponents in the ring before they put ; Frenchburg. The occasion was a great Thompson & Edwards twenty-fiye, south of Range thirtr-ix cam'
their hands He drunk and : invitation of ex-Confed- Three Hundred Miner Destitute at Forty the Inn
up. was pen-i gathering, by commencing on the bank of
niless. He didn't have money enoughto j i I erate and ex-Federal soldiers and the 'I Mil Creek.: of Chicago, River at the dividing line betYftD k.

buy a drink or pay his street car fare : veterans of the war with Mexico. There ,i PORT TOWXSEXD, Wash., Oct 3. The largest manufacturers of Fertil three and four thence west, runnic?

.home; I! were about 1,.">00 of these old soldiers : Four miners have arrived from FortyMile izers in the west, and keep constantly !said dividing line between lots duet a l

Sullivan's business in Boston is to secure -', present the blue and gray mingling in ) Creek Yukon river. Alaska, via four, eighteen hundred and fift!

money to barnon his sparring'. a most fraternal manner.ExSenator I[ St. Michael's Island and Ounalaska, on hand the following brands of their feet, more or less, to the sectioning tiDe did'.._..
show. He had to borrow 325 to pay expenses I John S. Williams, a vet- II and report that 300 miners on the upper Goods : sections three and four, thence >r :

k_ to the first st+wd. As the receipts I 1 eran of the two wars made one of his Yukon, 1,600 miles from any settlement World of Good, for Orange Trees. along said section line four hundred 1
were not heavy lie sent for $3,000 stirring speeches. The old soldiers I[ are in destitute circumstances, without and 4-100 feet thence esst cc: a
in the pose sion of Annie Livingston. were placed in command of Cap W. ; available means of relieving their want World of Good, for Truckers. eighteen line parallel to the dividing line b**' J

Annie has a wise head and refused to i P. Conner, and after a short parade, I|I The newly built steamer Arctic, which I Pure, fine Ground Bone. I said lots three and four fifteen hundred*s
give the Then Sullivan came 1 they gathered around tables:: in the? laden with for them
up money. I was supplies was Blood, Bone and Potash. feet to Indian River, thenK 53!
on to get it but he couldn't find Annie court house yard and partook of an excellent ;j wrecked a few hours after leaving eighty said rirerfotuand ban
and there the matter stands. dinner which had been prepared :' Michael's. The old steamer Yukon has Chicago Bone Meal. along the margin the pit
1ea to
by the hospitable citizens of French- been sent with provisions but it is very Dissolved Bone. ninety feet, more or described, p't

MILES OF FLAMES. b- -1n- !.. I I doubtful if she can reach the miners in of beginning. The above the hCtt!

ZXMtractlv Fur*.t Fire llaclug IAorth I: Dnua:1a4s Sails for RajtL. ; time. The season will soon be closed WE WANT or parcels as the of"Hotel land embracinknown Indian RiTf J
starvation will face 300 who
I Dakota. I Oct Mr. Frederick and men B *
NEW YORK a the
the known as :
be attacked with know hand orange grove
will You keep
undoubtedly to we on
BISMARCK, N. Dak., Oct. o.-Destructive Douglass took up his quarters Monday II j grove. Also the south- ut quarterol

prairie fires have been ragingin { evening on board the United States ':: scurvy. Sulphate of Potash, south-east quarter of sectioo fourTQ",

McLean county, fifty miles north of man-of-war Kearsarge which is to con- Child With Two Beads. *: Land Plaster, twenty-fire, south of Range tk rt1 ':

here during Sunday and Monday The vey him to his post of duty as \meri-I BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Oct Saturday C anadaH., W. Ashes1 also four hundred and eighteen f< | gn minister HaytL Some Mrs. Peter Taylor, living near Falk qusrtUofsoutheut
James: were driven by a wind with aspeed south end of the north-east .
of sixty miles an hour. Houses I was made on the fact that Commander I vile Morgan county, gave birth to a Tobacco Stems and quarter of said section I -

barns granaries and all their contents ,, Whiting was not on board his vessel to girl baby that had two well developed Cotton Seed Meal. Township twenty-fivesouth of RanP

have been destroyed and the town of receive )lr. Douglass. The Kearsarge nea s. One of the heads was in the ty-sixeast, measurement to ooaiora: ... ..
Washburn had a narrow escape the )i sailed Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock. j I natural place and the other protrudedfrom WE WANT the south-east corner of said desrn' .J C I. <
[ Mr. Douglass said he desired to state the left shoulder. Each head was the* *
fames reaching within its limits. of land and north along r -0F \
The citizens turned out en masse, that he had the assurance before he left perfect having eyes nose mouth and You to Give Us a Trial on something.WE lines between, to go three and fioaT"sections a

"women and children fighting with desperation I I Washington that there was no objections ears fully developed. The child was distance of four hundred and cixhtees ftcC l ,

and hblO 8m. The flames extended to nis color on the part of any of t I i safely delivered and lived for an hour WANT thence west on of a xoiJe, tite9uutet *
the officers of the Ossippee.Work the nostrils and w
t for miles on either side of theto.n. breathing through To merit your patronage by fair and south four hundred and ei teen feet
mouth of each head. The mother is do-
t' and the prairie as far as the eye Stopped at Johnstown. corner between said lots of land brfa
reach is black and desolate. ing welL honest dealings, and we mean business. uU '
GUI Many JOHNSTOWN Pa., Oct 3.-Monday scribed, thence .quarter of a +
of the farmers lost all they had, but night the force of workmen for the state TRY US.Respectfully. place of beginning, together with au.ta5"
there will be no suffering as the people laid down their tools for good. Tuesday' John Bright used to ray that in one appurtenances, tenements sod ht
of the valley will give them all necessary morning they were paid off, and many important respect a dog'is superior to a -:o:- ments thereunto belonging or in se... \ I

assistance.__ of them not residents of the place, left man. When a man is utterly out ofeTiTythinghe appertaining.

ii Earned **5 In Fifteen Minute town. There have been about 1,000men gives up; but a dog simply October 2nd,1SS9.

Pyrrr.fnirr.PTTi, Oct 4.-Jack Carieek.of employed during the *past* week or curls up and so continues to make both J. S. WATSON' & CO. A. W. COCKBELX24 -Jdtnar.Ja-

". Mjchigan% earned $25 at the two and 200 teams. ends_meet Master pro
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THE FLORIDA STAR, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 9, 1889. 8-



whicl may act upon its recommendations York Saturday from Europe. Pianos & I FLORIDA.

NEW ST TES.ectlons providing the bridge be not al- Dr. J. W. Holland, of Pittsburg, who, in Organs
HE ready built by that time. the capacity of chief naturalist, was to accompany -0--

Mail Coach Robbed.. the government expedition that TUNED AND REPAINED.G. TOE TROPICA TRUNK LINE I Ilackson.1I1c
will shortly start for South Africa, to observe -
i EDINBUKO Tex., Oct. 4.-The mail the solar eclipse, will probably sever Tampa, and

Held in All Four Of between Rio Grande and Brownsville his connection with the expedition owing to W. SCHUYLER, Key West System.

was stopped Tuesday night two miles the severe illness of a member of his family.
Them. from Havana. The driver was taken Congressman Butterworth was t tendered 8 P. O. INDIANOLA, BREVARD CO.,
into the woods his and Schedules In Effect May 26, ISSU.
eyes bandaged reception in Washington Monday night by FLORIDA.All .
the mail sacks rifled when he was friends. Trains of this line run on Central Stand
he Result So Far as the Returns allowed to proceed on his way. Secretary Blaine will probably be selected work warranted. References fur- ard Time, and arrive and depart from: the

Are In. Drowned In a Sewer. as president of the International con- nished. Charges only for work actually J. T., & K. W. and S. F. & W. Union de
done-not for travelling expenses. pot. \
PHILADELPHIA, Oct -William Kep- gress.
t see of Them, Washington, North and p ler, aged 16, aui an unknown man The i Death RolL Will make a trip to Lake Worth about West India Fast Mail.

1 South Dakota Republican While Montana were drowned by the caving in of a Samuel Caldwell, ex-president of Vassar 1st of October, attending to any orders No. 27 No. 14

U Still In Doubt-The Constitutions sewer at Third and Thomson streets last college, died at Providence, R. I., Friday, received before that time. 233mo. 1 00 p m..Lv Jacksonville Ar..6 30 a m

evening. aged C9.Hon. 1 54 p m..Green Cove Spring..5 25 a m
Adopted In All Four-Latest Betarns. William Lougebridge. excongressman FOR 2 40 p m.....Palatka Junction..4 28 a m

from the state of Iowa, died on South $3,000.ELIGIBLYLOCATED 2 4S p m......... ..Palatka...........4 26 a in

Sr. PAUL* Minn., Oct Elections NEWS IN BRIEF.A Mountain, ten miles above Reading, Pa., 3 23 p m....... Huntington........3 24 am.

.. the four new states Tuesday have not where he had been for the benefit of his 3 42 p m........ ..Seville ...........3 00 a m
? Condensation of Interacting Item oa health. He 63 of 4 20 m..DeLand
was years age.Gen. p Junction..2 00 a in
out their certain results. In
ret panned Variant Subjects. Samuel D. Sturgis, U. S. A., died 4 30 p m..Orange City Junc..l 48 a m
school childrentoarched
Aberdeen, S. Dak, the The erection of a suitable monument to; Saturday at St. Paul ORANGE GROYE 5 15 pm..,.......Sanford...........1 15 a m
in procession to aid the pro- the memory of Gen. Grant is under consideration William P. Dole, commissioner of Indian 5 57 p m........Winter Park......11 53 p m

.libition vote. The indications are that by the Grand army of the Republic. affairs under President Lincoln, died at his 6 13pm..........Orlando..........11 40 p m

South Dakota A. 0. Melette, for govfernor residence Washington, aged 78 years. 7 25 p m.........Kissimmee........10 50 p m
and O. S. Gifford and J. C. Pick A number of prominent ladies of Chi- Cudlipp, the well known Washington photographer ON INDIAN RIVER, 10 13 p m..........Tampa........... 7 40 p m
Jer. for congress, have the majority. In cago have formed an association aDd have is dead. 10 45 p m..Ar Port Tampa Lv.. 6 50 p m
hired a lawyer to prosecute the gambler of IN FINE THRIFTY CONDITION.
Pullman Buffet
dS forth Dakota John Miller, for gov. The Fire llecord. Sleeping Cars between
that city under the state law. The work
,I or, and H. C. Hansbrough for con- was begun Thursday with the arrest of John Fire at Butte City, Mont, destroyed THREE HUNDRED & FIFTY TREES at New Kissimmee York and for Tampa, daily. No 27 stops

BToss'cans., take the lead. They are Repub. Morris, the proprietor of a gambling hours property valued at $300,000. Three fire- supper. Nos. 14 and 27
Republicans also claim the leg on Clark street.Tennessee's men were fatally, and a number seriously connect at Port Tampa with Plant Steam-

(islatures in these two states. taxable property has increased injured. Two Hundred in Good Bearing. sail ship from Line for Key West and Havana. Ships

I Democrats in Montana rejoioe over theprospoot $100,000.000 since I860. Caledonia, Minn., bad a $50,000 fire Sun Port Tampa on Mondays and

[ of securing 'Toale, their candi- At Chicago, the coroner's jury held Engineer day morning. Thursdays on arrival of trains. No. 27

Idato for governor, and a majority of the Twombly and Fireman Lichoche responsible connects i Southerr at Palatka Junction with the Florida -

[rest of the ticket. for Washington Heights accident VS7anted WILL GUARANTEE A NET INCOME Railway.

i Storms delayed the return from Wash- in which four persons were killed. The TRAINS BETWEEN DELAND JUNCTION AND
I
[ington. Ferry and the entire Republican engineer was drunk. AT ONCE-EVERYWHERE, FROM PRESENT CROP, DELAND.Lv .
ticket thought to be elected bya Excessive rains aud worms have done
[state are A Representative, Profitable t Business. OK 10 PER CENT. ON PRICE. DeLand No91 No89 NoS7 NoR No83
large majority. Prohibition gets a great damage to the cotton crop in the MAN on 11 uuAa. Junction..7:50p
I heavy vote in South Dakota. In Washington Memphis district.Lingg's LIBERAL PAY All time not necessary Ar 10:45p 2:45p 12:40p 850a;
j the woman suffrage and prohibition sweetheart at Chicago is in jail for Special inducement offered DeLand..ll:05p 44p 3:00p 12:55p 9:05a
until December :35th. Give references.
planks are said to be defeated. grand larceny. H. II. SVOODWARI)&CO.,ISaltimore. ADDRESS, Ar Deland NoS2 No84 No86 No8S No92
'4 North Dakota reports sixty-seven Rain and worms have badly damaged cot 24-4t Junction.8:35a 1 :15p 2:20p 4:15p .
t I members of the legislature favorable to ton in the Memphis district LOCK BOX 240, TITUSVILLE, Lv DeLamlS:20a 12:0012:051 4:00p IO:30p
[Gilbert A. Pierce for United States Texas fever has broken out among the Trains 88 and 89 10-lOp
run daily all others
I counties cattle in Erie Pa. herds infected CAN BE CURED. FLORIDA. 9 ,
senator. Other Republican large being ASTHMA A trial bottle daily except Sudday.
[swell this number to seventy-one. I. by a shipment of Armour & Com anyone afflicted. DR.TAFT BRO.,Rochester sent Free,N.Y.to South Florida AccoJl1modution.Xo.
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[Eleven; county precincts and the city pany.
of Bismarck give 449 majority against I Brakeman HIggins of Maple Ridge( HAS 3. No.6.
HINDERCORNS.The
I prohibition. Mich., opened and shut his eyes several HtJEEHKR:1WN M l 8 30 a m..Lv Jacksonville Ar..645 p m-
only sure Cure for Corns. Stops all pain. Enrarea
. times after his head had been cut off by an comfort to the feet.15c.at Druggists. Hiscoz&Co.,N.Y. : TO TCBEa eYTNn'EoFAIL 9 33 a m..Green Cove Spring..5 44 p m .
lie turn* From Montana. engine. ERIOR 10 23 a m ...Palatka Junction ...4 50
? .G.C. p m
CHICAGO, OCt. 4.-A Times special The statement published that Mrs. JamesG. &! u CONSUMPTIVEHave u TONGWA ANY 10 35! a m......... ..Palatka..4 45 m

[from Helena, Mont., says: The Democracy Blaine, Jr., is so ill in New York that sfe9 PARKER you Cough ulNCER,Bronchitin, Asthma.TONIC.ludlpegtlon Ithascured Use CuRE N Ce EMICAL0.. 11 17 a m........ Huntington. ......4 00 p p m

has carried Montana by a majority: cannot recover is pronounced untrue. Her the wtwt cases and i*the best remedy for all ills arhdng. IT03 EMiav ..IACffiSDNViUEFLA. 11 40 a m............Seville ...........3 39 m
frO&4 ecUve nutrition. Take in time. boa and lLoa.It" p
Ii of not less than 2,000. This is conceded attending physicians say that, though she is 12 3-tp m... DeLand Junction ...2 43 p m
by Chairman Selegman of the Republican very sick, there is every chance of her re DAYS 12 48 p m... Orange City June ...2 27 p m
state committee Russell Harrison covery. PARKER'S DIXON & GRAY Wholesale 1 20 P m..Ar Sanford l..v..l
7 and other rabid Repu licans who wish The Wyoming constitutional conventionhas HAIR BALSAMCleanses Agents. Daily between Jacksonville and Palatka 55pm

$ it were not so. Power, Republican formaly adjourned, after adopting the and beautifies the hair. daily except Sunday south of Palatka. ;
candidate for governor, ran behind his constitution framed for the state'of Promotes Never Fails a luxuriant to Restore growth.Gray "Way Down Upon the Suvraii- 3 connects at Palatka with Fla. So. Ry.Xo.

[ticket several hundred, while Toale ran Wyoming. The constitution will probably Hair to its Youthful Color. nee River." Jacksonville
I ahead of his. Maginnis for congress, be adopted by the people of the territory Prevent 60o.and Dandruff$1.00 at and Druggists.hair falling I and Sanford Accommodation. -
L got: the fewest votes on the Democratic without opposition. From Branford, Fla., situated upon the .
' ticket, but enough to send him to Wash- romantic Suwannee River, Messrs. Rouse No. 5 No. 78
is ington. The constitution is adopted Crimes and Casnltles. GRATEFULCOMFORTING.COCOA.:: I & Thomas write, under date of August 19, 3 50 p m.Lv Jacksonville Ar.12 45
At Baltimore, Md., John Frieze, in'a fit of 1889 "Please forward another of 5 44 pill
by 25,000 majority. : us gross m..Green Cove Spring...Jl 40
I a m
; The Independent, Democrat, says the jealousy, fatally shot Miss George Stone, his EPPS'S Johnson's Chill and Fever Tonic. Have 7 22 p m..Palatka Junction..lO 45 a m

[counties of Deer Lodge and Silver Bow, sweetheartTwo sections of sold out every bottle of last gross upon 7 50 p in...........Palatka .........10 40 a m
in which the towns Anaconda and Butte New York Central an collided express train Palatine on the nU) AIFAST. your strict guarantee, and not one bottle 8 50 p m..Huntington........ 9 55 a m

d are situated and which gave last year a near returned." 9 22 p m.........-Seville.. .... ... 9 37 a m
bridge Friday William H.
of night Manning, "By a thorough knowledge of the natural laws
Republican majority 2,000, gives a 10 35
of Marquette, Mich., Rev. Deveur of Day. which g ivern the operations of digestion and nutrition p m..Deland Junction... 8 49 a m
Democratic majority this year. The I ton, 0., and two colored porters wore, klHed. and by a careful application of the fine pro.. From a letter from Graniteville, S. C., 10 55 p m..Orange City June... 9 25 a m
Democratic.managers claim the entire perties of well-selected Cocoa, Mr Epps has provided dated August 26, 1889: 11 50 p m..Ar Sanford Lv.... 8 05
About a dozen were injured. Presi a m
state ticket and a majority in the legis- persons our breakfast tables with a delicately-flavored .
At the of 50 with Daily
twenty-five
! lature. dent M. E. Ingalis, of the Big Four, and beverage which may save us many heavy doc age yearsof except Sunday.
_ President Lodyard, of the Michigan Central tors' bills. It is by the judicious use of such articles active practice, 1 am a careful observerand No.78 connects at Palatka Junction with
The Journal, Republican, claims the had their : of diet that a constitution may be gradually cautious in endorsing proprietary med- Florida Southern Railway.
c state for Carter, and says Power will not private cars badly damaged, built up until strong enough to resist every tend. icines but I can conscientiously endorse
but escaped uninjured. eucy to disease. Hundreds of subtle maladies are Sanford and Lake Eustis Railway.
run 500 behind. It the legislature
says John Frieze, of Baltimore, perhaps fatally floating around us ready to attack wherever thereis your Johnson's Chill and Fever Tonic as LEAVE ". >
|cannot be forecast but is confident of % s
a
ARRIVE
shot his sweetheart because she walked with a weak point We may escape many a fatal shaft one of the best combination remedies for
Republican majority. The Journal says by keeping ourselves well fortified with pure blood Chill and Fever I have ever seen used. It No. 113 No. 111 No. 110 No 112
another fellow. and a properly nourished frame"-Civil Service : 5:10 m 4:30
I the country districts show large Republican p a m..SanfonL8:20 a 8:45
corrects the vitiated secretions of the liver pm
Three young ladies of Morelio Mex., Gazette. Made simply with boiling water or milk. 5:27 in 4:59
Carter's of p a m..Paola..7:59
gains over majority who lost a fortune at the gaming table, have Sold only in hall-pound tins, by Grocers. labelled relieves costiveness, and promotes the ab- 5:50 a b:22 pm
5,000 last year, and returns from Butte committed thus : JAMES EPPS & CO., Homoepathic sorbtion and assimilation of food. thus fulfilling p m 5:57 a mSorrento.734 a 7:40 pm
suicide.
and Dodge cannot overcome the Republican just Chemists, London, England. 24-4t. .6:04 p m 6:17 a mMtDora.722 a 7:20Im
Two maiden sisters named Hawkins were all the indications claimed for it
country districts. The result can- 6:16 p m 6:30 a mTavares.710 a 7:00'pm
burned death in Webster Yours truly,
to
county, Ky.
not be known before to-morrow. Daily
surely except Sunday. No. 113
connectsat
T. P. EDWARDS M. D.
One tried to save the other when her cloth Sanford
with West India Fast Mail
No.
t A Special from Fargo. ing caught fire from a stove.A 110 connects at Sanford -
with
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., Oct. 4.-The cattle dealer named Barrett, of Oswego, The claim made for this medicine is a and Sanford accommodation Jacksonville
Journal's Fargo special says: Returnsat N. Y., was robbed of $, ,167 in a Delaware modest one. We maintain that it is 100 North. for points

t the Republican state central committee Lackawanna and Western sleeping car. He How Lost! How Regained times better than Quine, and 100 years in
headquarters give Miller's will sue the company. advance of the profession in the treatmentof Indian River Express.

majority over Roach :5,172. Miller ronsbe1iind Walter Becker, a school boy, riding on a all fevers, from the most malignant typesof No. 27 NO. 78
his ticket 2,000, the average lumber wagon in Cincinnati, was run over TH ENCE Billions Hemorrhagic fever to the simplest lOOp. m.Lv. Jacksonville Ar.12 45 p m

majority being 7,000. Hansbrough for and instantly killed. Iff form of "Chill and Fever." 2 40 p m..Palatka Junction..lO 45 p m

coneresc will have 8,000. Lester Markle, of Hublersburg, 'P8.., was For sale by all Druggists.A. 48 p m..........Palatka..........10 40 p m

1 Chairman Geary says to total vote killed by being thrown from his boggy, B. GIRARDEAU, Sole Prop'r, 3 42 p mSeville.......... 9 37 p m
vill not be over 85,000, or 10,000 less while trying to control a vicious horse. i 21 Savannah, Ga. 4 20 p m..DeLand Junction... 8 40 p m

than in 1888. This is partly due to the Charles Lacey, a well known liverymanof 4 57 p m..Enterprise........ 8 04 p m
fact that threshing crews did not vote, Memphis, was shot and killed at Dexter, KNDWTHYSELE 6 50 p m..Ar Titusville Lv... 6 00 a m

weather being fine. Tenn., Sunday night, by a negro named Bill THE SCIENCE OF LIFEA NOTICE.U. e Daily except Sundav. Steamers leave Ti

Goodkiud. Bismarck liquor dealer, Swift Scientific and Standard Popular Medical Treatiseon .S, LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. Fla. \ tusville daily except Sunday, for all pointsto
claims to have heard from every countyand Sheriff Hoxie, of Waterloo Iowa, was the Errors of YotrthPrcmatureDeclineNervous September 17th 1889. Indian River as far south as Melbourneat
f
cays bis returns show a majority of shot in the head by one of three horse thieves and Physical Debility, Imparities of the Blood.. 6:00 a m. Steamers leave Melbourne
2.100 against Prohibition. Earch party who were confined in the county jail at that Complaint having been entered at this I Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 5:00
get.. three safely place awaiting trial office by D. Chalmers Erwin against Ed- for
all
judges. Legislature a m points south as far as Jupiter
John Duncan, colored, was assassinated win F. Frost for abandoning his IIoAie- ,
ana election of Gilbert A. ,
Republican, connecting then with for Juno and all '
stage
Pierce to the senate is assured.ltf'publlc..a near Spring Place, Gs., Sunday night, by stead Entry No. 5213. dated May 7th, .landings on Lake Worth.
masked men. A white woman living in 1887, upon the lots 3 and 4. Sec. 35. and Halifax River
Estimate his house is supposed to have been thAn e lots 3 and 7, Sec. 3G, Township 31 S., Express.
MINNEAPOLIS Oct 4 Resulting from Folly, Vice,Ignorance,Excesses or Range E. in Urevard Florida No. 27 No. 78
I Minn.. -- cause. Overtaxation: Enervating and unfitting the victim county ,
, Aberdeen special to The Journal from ataff John Friese, who shot Miss Georgia Stoneat for Work, Business,the Married or Social Relation. with a view to the cancellation of said lOOp m..Lv Jacksonville Ar.12 45 p m
correspondent says: Chairman Baltimore Sunday afternoon, gave himself Avoid unskillful pretenders. Possess this great entry; the said parties are hereby summoned 2 42 P in.... \r Palatka Lv.l0 40 p m

McCoy, of the Republican state centralcommittee up. He says that he intended to kill work.binding,It embossed contains,300 full pages gilt,royal Price 8vo.only Beautiful fl.OO by to appear at this office on the 8thday 3 00 p m..Lv Palatka Ar.... 9 35 p m

estimates that the RepuhliProe&n Robert Moore, the companion of the girl, mail,postpaid,concealed plain wrapper. Illus of :November, 1889, at 10 o'clock a. 6 00 p m..Ormond.......... 6 25 p m
state ticket is elected by 20,000. but his aim was poor. trative Prospectus Free,If,you apply now. The m., to respond and furnish testimony 6 2.> p m..Ar Daytona Lv.... 6 00 a m

hibition, carried by 10,000 to 15000. foreign. distinguished the GOLD author AND,Win.JEWELLED H. Parker, M.MEDAL D., received concerning said alleged abandonment. Daily except Sunday.For .

Pierre has 2 ,OOO votes for temporary Herr Berger, government treasurer at from the National Medical Association for Depositions will be taken before C. B.lagrUller. additional times at stations not named

capital, Huron a good second and SiouxJim Dresden, has absconded, leaving a deficit in this PRIZE ESSAY on NERVOUS and Notary Public, at Titusville, above, and for general information, apply .

third, with Watertown and Mitch- his accounts of 120,000 marks. of PHYSICAL Assistant Physicians DEBILITYDr.Farkerandacorps may be consulted confidentially Fla., on Monday October 28th, 1889, at at city ticket office.
ell fl6htg for fourth. Pierre will un Estimates made at the United States lega by mail or in neon at the office of 10 o'clock a. Tickets on sale at City Ticket Office No.
doubtedly"be the temporary capital in Paris the number of Americans THE PEABODY MEDICAL INSTITUTE, m.ALEX.. LYNCH, Register. 95 West Kay street and at Union depotJ.
tion place
i. Even No.4 Bnlflnch St.,Boston,Mass.,to whom all A. LAENERD
Minnehaha in which V. J. SIIIPMAN, lleceiver.NOTE. G. D. ACKERLY
county, who have visited the exhibition at orders for books or letters for advice should be ,
Sioux Falls is located, gave Pierre a 50,000. directed as above.MASON. .-The fact and date of service Supt. Gen. Pass. Agt.

large vote. Archbishop Steichele, of Munich, is dead. upon the Homestead settler should be D. F..JACK, General Manager.

i Sioux Falls Confident.Biocx The subscriptions to the fund to meet t & HAMLIN, indorsed on this notice. 23: .

FALLS, Oct 4.-The capital the expenses of Mr. Parnell, in his defense THE '
committee feels positive that Siouxfalls before the Parnell commission have closed. ORGAN & PIANO CO., ProclamationBy

It lies has between secured here the temporary and Pierre.capital.TheJwest The Several total amount additional subscribed arrests is of 41,000.Anarchist BOSTON, NEW YORK, CHICAGO. the Mayor of the Town of Titusville, NEW DRUG STORE

returns place Sioux Falls' vote at were made in various parts of Switzerland, r State of Florida.
Zxo: and the authorities are becoming more alertin Contains a five octave 9-?top
; Huron with NEWMODEL
4,000, .Pierre A.OOO, action, furnished In a large and whom it Has on hand a Fine Assortment of
To all and the
Hills Pierre's strop hold, to hear the pursuit of others, whose fear of arrest I handsome case of solid blackwalnut may concern '
oz. Prohibition carried by 2,000 and have impelled them to seek new hiding Price $P9 cash; and registered voters of the said town of T 1-
-
places. also sold on the Easy Hire Sys tusville: FRESH
fjfpublican ticket by from 8,000 to ORGAN' DRUGS:
14u0Q The Rhenish newspapers announce that ten tem quarters at $12.37, when per quarter organ, becomes for. Notice is hereby given that the annual .

Count Von Hatzfeldt, the German ministerto STYLE the property of person election of the officers of the town of Ti
THE LOUISVILLE BRIDGE. England, will shortly remarry his former 2244.hiring.. tusville will be held at the Court Houseon Also, SPECIFIC REMEDIES. GUARANTEED -

-r.tary Proctor Will Refer the Matterto wife, an American. lady named Moulton. It l the 28th day of October, A. D. 1889, they are TO Recommended.CURE the Diseases 'for which
is understood that their separation was
theme being the fourth :Monday thereof .
Congress.WASluicQTOx merely formal The ceremony will take IF, AFTER USING ANY OF THEM, YOU
OcL .4.-The board ofJjmy place at Weisbaden. MASON r The Mason k Hamlin to elect one mayor, one marshal and ARE NOT SATISFIED WITH THE RESULT,
officers appointed to determinelltness Stringer," Invented and pat. collector of taxes, one clerk and treasurer YOUR MONEY WILL BE CHEERFULLY RE-
we of the site already selected Personal. & ented by Mason & Hamlin in and one assessor of taxes, each and FUNDED.
1882, Is S
used in the Mason &
fur f the bridge across the Ohio river at Gen. W. Sherman was given a monster U AM LINPIANOS. J Hamlin pianos exclusively. Remarkable every one to hold office for the term of We nave no cure-alls, but a dif
Louis vine has adversely to the reception by the Society of the Army of th refinement of fc&e one year, and also to elect two aldermento ferent Remedy for Each Class of Diseasefor -
reported Tennessee at Music Hall, Cincinnati I, 11 and phenomenal capacity to
tolM office for the
t 'Lg of the bridge ,at that site, stand in tune characterizethese hold next succeeding two Affections of the Liver, Lungs, Heart
Jjach is on Mulberry street, and reoom- Wednesday night Miss ta.POlULAR years.J. and Kidneys; for Female Complaints; and
Blaine and Anita McCormick
Emxnons
*kd ita location. at the foot of Wall married Thursday at Richfield- l W. McIntyre,J. A. Miller and Geo. also Ointments for Eczema, Ringworm,
>8W"l, were N. Y. F. Ensey are hereby appointed judges of Tetter and other Diseases of the Skin. ,

cretary Proctor, however, does not Springs, STYLES ORGANS AT $22. the said election, and James T. Sanders Give them a trial and you will'not be
President and Mrs. Harrison Rev.. Dr. .
to feel warranted in revoking the consent Scott Private Secretary and. Mrs. Half 32.50, $00, $78, $06, AND UP. clerk thereof. disappointed. -

&r bmld the bridge given Dr his prode- ;and Miss Banger, left Deer Park on the 10:19( Organs and Pianos sold for Cash, Easy Given under my hand this 23rd day of J. B. SCREVEN, Druggist, .

hJ ,J and will content himself with a train for W ahington, Friday morning.Salvini Payments, and Rented. Catalogues free. September, A. D. 1889. I '
6 'on at the report to congress the tragedian, arrived in New 24-4t 23. H. F. ATKINSON, Mayor. TITUSVILLE, FLA. 7I
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THE FLORIDA STAR WEDNESDAY, OCT. 9, 1SS9

4 I ..y" ,'fIJI!"
; their in the text, "lie not drunk with .
accede to
I II circumstances 11
: Commissioners' Meet- dinary in its classic included
I deal of trouble and expenseto County and usage an t
.
STAR. save a great wishes
FLORIDA ; fermented beverages known
THE ing.The incurred to the
counties. j But whereas, a great expense was Q.
,
the different
cients. It i* because of texu
and
r lucl
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY.1EIUS Citrus county would have been $1,000' j Board of County Commissioners by the late quarantine necessityfor these that no Christian church las n: 1ri1--
0 j meeting absolute
is
monthly there an
jt, ahead and Brevard would have saved at met at their regular whereas of vaultfor I as a body, forbidden ages It it t 1
I II with the follow- immediate provision a a f
AGEROOtor 1 and Pnblisher.1 Monday, October 7th, the of such texts that Dr. 3lci 1d:
W nothing
B. I least $300 already expended ; to say ing members present : Robert Morrow, I the security of the county records as cause an.agtainer and .:-
I self an adrerxe
different site and spec- : j well the increase of expense in putting oft) c
Annum. of the county as .r
3 $1.50 per M'j road and tal abstinence, felt constraint to 1dt: ..
;' effect the quarantine, I
into
ial elections held in other counties. I j that moderation, not abstinence
l last ,
the I i4
at Tituzrillea* ; with A. A. Stewart. clerk, J. P. Blake ,I county court laws enacted by "
Entered at ike Post Office I Should the election be held next J. E. Bowman, sheriff and I. legislature i I gospel plan. But no doubt were Et. 0C
clerk ;
Second-daft Matter. | Tuesday it would not decide anythin; J.deputy T. Sanders counsel for the Board. !I Therefore. it is resolved that an adequate ; Paul on earth at present, and were ie"to
t ; the County with ascend one of our pulpit and
it being legally questionable, previous meeting read appropriation in accordance aaoovact
of the
THE STAR is the OFFICIAL newspaper I' Commissioners would officially announce ] Minutes motion is impracticable at this time ; as hh text, 'Ladiea.. do not uketoomle

for Brevard county. it as such : the county will remain -: and It approved.was: ordered that the following. inspectors I said and that therefore no such appropriation 'j wine," he would be howled insulted at by oce ..s,wr'fC
extremists having
of as '
pres-1 iHtit
another at
for as
.
"dry" year of election to serve at the wet be made. .
The Star has the Largest circulation ent. Hence we hope and expect for the j and dry election to be held October 15, j! The Tax Collector is hereby author- I 1 women of the country :Van sneered I: bT $
of Fla. that the Commissioners after the another set as the Rip Winkle ( s:
of any paper on the East coast good of our county the 1SSO: shall be appointed as follows : j ized and required. from and nineteenth andbe $
take active to stop for Co. the century skfriertg
will steps this order to collect tl
r A SQCAUEIS one Inch in space; 24 squares election at their proposed meeting to- j Precinct No. LaGrange. F A Chap- j, Ppurposes in this county, from all personsenraged 'j,i a third, a, his Master was before his:,
I clerk G
W P D I
,
Day; friend
make a column. morrow. pell L J Carlile. in occupations for which a State j:I I as a wine-bibber, a of puWicj i !
"
i the Editor Gardner. I I '
enquire of and -inner-
rates of
advertising "
5 two cent stamp. No. 2 Titusville. E H Rice )IiltonGro'er. license is now required. fifty per cent. Editor when
a FinanIr.
$ always enclosing The Last Gun. the State. i i I you
by j
Prohibition. required
G W McIntyre; clerk,J A Miller. the amount now and lished Senator Blair'speech you ."

THE of correspondence on both Ethiopia Heard From. |: No. 3, Cit Point, G E Chester, J D The followins bills were audited I' that you did so by request of '.an Y_ .,
press
: (. the "wet and dry" sides has been too MY DEAR MR. ""AGER-Tbe enclosed j Hatter, Jos Brown; clerk, W H Sharpe.. I INo. paid from Houston the Road 27.4: fund'> L.: Coleman, !|I', River friend," and I therefore >?P'JIe! ..
\\ L .John
c STAR this week, and we communication from the.Rev. Angelicas j 4, Roc>;led e, J F Wooten, | teuben. 42Jft A. Z. Dix- t that I was replying to a fellow-tin*,..
jrreat for the Ed Cook clerk, R C May. i io. 7.40:: T. 1. De : tJIfff
Eaufaula is intended for publication in : Hu hlett, ; l9.Dixon & I In mv reply I made no distinction; __
been compelled to leave several articles Gallic, J T Stewart. J Mc- on,3-l.flJ:: Frank Boye, !
.
have the next issue of your paper. The old \ 5. Eau the adjourned I side the New England Stated) b&tveei

out ; also one or two articles on gentleman has been confined to his bed Fadden, B J Stewart; clerk, G B"Snell. Gray, 3.70. Whereupon first Monday Board in November I north and south, and my *trooeit n. I-

r other topics which will appear next week.We for some time, and is very anxious that No. 6, Malabar. R C Creech,W Arnold I until the I sertion was made with regard to }!trr.. ..
.
f have siren part of our editorial and his article shall appear before the electionon Chas Bolton; clerk, C Corbett. 15SD. I land and Virginia border_ and sostS-

contributions already the wet and dry question. He attrib-i No. i, Sebastian. D P Gibson, Paul ern State. When therefore. your correspondent toi
local space to these the Kroegel, Henry Noward ; clerk. A C the sake of makinz !
i utes many of his misfortunes to dry I Blair's Blare Again. for a let'- ;
and feel they should be satisfied condition of the county; he has ne're-r I I Ford. tional point charges me with an 'ihtspt t.p

i. with their showing. rallied from his defeat for the mayoraltya 'I No. 8, St. Lucie, R Carleton, T J De Editor Florida Star: to make votes in the south by atuckisr Qt!,

r year azo ; and is rapidly declining i in Steuben, J S Bell___;_clerk, T L Paine.......1 In printing my previous letter under I the women of the north." I ay tkattki: ---
will find to No. 9, Eden, W F Richards, Jonn omitted unwarrantable false slid dB-
Mr. Jas. Wood health. Hoping you space the above heading you portion is a most <
i f IT seems that Darid-I grant uncle:: request, I am yours as ever, 1 ler. Geo Sager ; clerk, H. LeTournau.No. UU-I of a sentence. I wrote,"Certainly the best II. honest construction which notbinj Ihitf
is not yet through with Mr. 10 Fort Drum, H L Parker Virginia I be made b twi
ton LUCY MOTT BROWN and fairest women of Maryland and written can possibly to u.is|

''' Ewan, for the alleged election frauds I Amen-you-ensis to Angelicus T. Eau I Holmes, M Branan ; clerk, Morgan in those Gnle-b lulIi days, aw no the writer of which i* unworthy farther :

said to have been committed in Dade faula corner of Bridge and Union street Swain. !: evil in a glass of wine or a draught of the I notice. Furthermore, it ii ia isiah .
L
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-' about three years ago. By an article (near Sylvan Lake), Ethiopia. No. 11, Narrows, M C Mohr more potent egg-nog.*' With this correction to the entire south to aert thai a H&& .Ija '
county be to have Gray, D J LaRoche ; clerk, Frank be obtained by such mein .Ijy
will be P. S.-I should pleased you I proceed to answer your corres vote could .,
1 column it seen
in another i
I have Foster. Lib
call upon me any evening. J. T. Crumrine. Very respectfully
you pondent.
that E an's trial, which has been delayed just received some new music which I : No. 12, Georgians R B Stewart. F W lt and 2nd. Your correspondent i U=E, :uTml.. ..t

on account of want of funds, will would be delighted to have you inspect. I Munson, J H White i ; clerk, P Wittfeld. plainly in error on the constitutional ..

Uunited States Commissioner L. M. B. I \o. 13, )lerrltt's Island, M S Sams, that it is only necessary for me Shiloh't Catarrh Kn \ly-& pctit CVt" kt
I come up before R clerk question add Canker 1Iooad: aid t7lhck
I: James Thornpsxra, J Reagan ; national turbo Dipttieni.
month. to remark that were the government TitniTiS I1a.
Walter the 17th of this I son i Grey. teed
,on .
gab am Jalma Lapham. .
)IR. AGER-I not, as you to attempt prohibitive legislation
i This article will refresh the memory of doubtless awear, taken my usual trip to 1 No. 14, Canaveral, C P Honewell, J correspondent's own State-Pennsylvania Why will you eouzh ...bec Sfcilok'Care r.I en -I
incidents of hab H Geo Quarterman ; clerk, R your hate rthrf Fric 1" cU iict aW Il W
our readers in retard to the Valdosta this summer mv health Hogan, -would probably be one of the immn Fla.

i the as the affair was quite thorough been broken down, dat notwithstandin 1 Ranson. first to assert its "rights' by refusing to by Incktcn i orey Tnotnlle. ast !
case,
R
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through de skillfull treatment of Dr. Drown, I No. 15, Haulover, H Watlon, concur. Your correspondent dogmatizesa Shilob's Cur will isaatduitly r ken t'MtJ. ..
the time our
ly ventilated at am still here. and was not able to make :; Crook, D F Bukey ; clerk Chas. H Nau- to what is right or wrong, and backs Whoof me Cot jb aeJ Brotehiu Soil ty Dtetm t

columns by prominent people of Dade I de jurney. Now, Mr. Wager, I see your man. his dogmatism with a text, and with an .t Grey TlttUTiil Fl*. km.Is

AS s ., county.. paper hab taken de wet side on de prohi- I No. 16, Otter Creek, C S Swain, Thos. i interpretation of that text borrowed from Investment. .
t : M Swain. \Vm Raulerson clerk, Hardy I A Safe I!
I dat ;
bition question, and when saw you I the old Bible wine controversy, which l1h
shouted for '!' Raulerson. I I Is one which is guaranteed to briar uiHs
side I
was on de right glory has been dead and buried for nearly
m ALL the stockholders of the Titus- de fust time since last fall, for I was I No. 17, Melbourne, C J Hector, D W i I To the latter I might reply you satisfactory results or in eau u )I

yule School Buildine Association will afeared you would get scared at de noise j i McQuaig, Addison Fee ; clerk, E C twenty that years.claret which contains ten percent I failure a reuirn of purchase price. Oa

remember the important meeting I making and hab > Thomas. intoxi- I this safe plan you can buy from oarvi- Pal,
those pbanaticks was ; almost
r f' please !I of alcohol and is non- I vertisetl Druggist a bottle of Dr. Kin.1S"ew ...
this evening at the school house to consider de wool pulled ober your eyes just like It appearing from the petition of J. F. cating, is a red wine, therefore I must Discovery for Consumption. I: b -.I

f the proposal of the School Board I it was ober my own two years ago whenI I Swab, of Cedar Rapids in the Stale of not drink it; but sherry, which contains guaranteed to bring relief in every caw "*
took de slump on de dry question but in fee of the cent of alcohol and is an Threw
from them temporarily -' I Iowa, that he is the owner twenty-four per when used for any affection of W'tat
the building
t to buy I'se learned something since dat time, E. J of the \. W. of Sec. 10. Tp 32 intoxicant, i is not a red wine, therefore I Lungs or Chest, such as Coo t1111p1 1.

;a until the school district or the and as I hab laid on my back here in a .I'S., R. 39 E., lying and being in Brevard may drink as much as I please. But that Incarnation of Lung*. Bronchitis, JUA- I.

county can purchase it by the levying of paralized condition admiring de cobweb i county; and it further appearing that would be what logicians call an ad cap- ma. Whooping C'ouga. Croup etc.. etc. Is

a five-mill tax. The immediate building frescoes on de seiling and tinking de mat- the said J. F. Swab paid taxes on the tandum argument, and therefore I con- It Is pleasant and agreeable to taste perfectly ,.

E properly con- ter ober, I hub contemplated de questionin I wrong land for the years 1855 and 1SS7, tent myself with asking: If your correspondendent's safe and Trial bottles free U CII
of an annex is necessary to de right light. and I am happy to tink 1tL -
'
; by reason of an erroneous assessment interpretation correct, Dixon cb Gray's Drugstore. I lee
.-Inrt--- the---- school- as the room in the press dat I hab still strength at this time left I to-wit : on the S. E. J of the N. E. } of how is it that no orthodox Christian. t

ent building i is not sufficient for the increased to warn my many colored friends at de j said Sec. 10 Tp. 32 S., R. 39 E.; and it i church-Greek, Roman, English-- or American -Both The Eer myHU Geo.and Thayer wife owe. of our Boerbon bees,to la.1-St3iot1 sole

attendance. If the county at delusion and snare which am laid for i I further appearing that the said S. E. JI -ha* e'reret dared, as a body. to Couluoftion: C:1re.** aoMby IHrttca. i Gtey.1V t

by five-mill tax, dem many times. Good Dr. Drown. who j I of N. W. } of said section, township and I prohibit? How is it that no Christian taivUle, FU.
large can purchase a I I
acidious in his attention tome t
hab been so forbid-
not sold for taxes, by reason nation in the world has ever yet
was
l range .
*** .iai
which will give to each district a propor- said, with his usual beanevolent f A Nasal Injector free with *** trttfM *
ex-I of such erroneous assessment, it is therefore den the manufacture and use Catarrh E medy. Price So)eecu.X Sill b,1)dICII
tionate benefit from the unsettled lands pression. 'Eaufaula, you need ordered that the tax roll for the 3. I am not a prohibitionist; I am ; Grey TiKutiile. FU- ..,

and property of non-residents, then the and would leave me with destructions to years ]& 5 and 1887 stand corrected.nunc simply a thoughtful man, prepared to I I!!
be sure and get it ; and what was de re- of I "H tmeta.ck." a U* c* and iramat perfe-+
tune that the assessment lend such aid as can to salutary reforms
Titusville district cad be taxed specially pro so Wek.oc WTinutille I lIen
4t sult when some kind member ob my the said J. F. Swab may read S. E. i of when wiselconreit'ed.. Believingthe Price 24 and iO cent Sold by
FlaXotice
to build this annex.* If the five-mill tax flock left me a nickel or dime I would 32 S. R. 39 E. commenced in this .
N. W. J of Sec. 10, Tp. movement countytwo ill
be inadmissible, then the county can look at it and long to de lord dat de saloon instead of S. E. } of N- E. \ of said section years ago to be honest in purpose, .1 to Road Coutracton.The H

build the annex and the special tax pay was open, but I hab to wait untilI township and range. voted with it and induced others to do Board of Superintendents d f ..

_ for the building of it. This view is taken takes get one dollar and eighty dimes cents and, nickels and it The Assessor of Revenue presentedhis so. though I doubted its practicability.But Roads and Bridges for Brevard coast trat
_ a good many of class
by the County Superintendent, but I I dese hard times to make up dat sum. books completed : they were exam since it and developed features I have Florida, will receive sealed bids aidovember I

the entire matter may possibly be modified I Yes Brelhern, it aint like it used to ined by the Board and certified to. The ascendency it. political scheming \ 2. lE8, for the trukinf. I 1il

a be when we -ould send de old woman Assessor was complimented on the neat opposed pairing and keepin in good repair.all
: by circumstances which are not now of his work and 4 and 5. Your correspondent's mental beiMi'two s
:: around to de bak door wid a quarter and and orderly appearance public roads and bridges, and 6I
is somewhat defective. A
foreseen. bottle filled but de yousual course the warrant to the Collector was signed training speech lighters according to aPeeiie!
,
a
get consisting only of the speaker individual de $
of
the Assessor. : with each
found
by tions be
dollar to
h now is dat you must pay a to geta denunciation Y
The following bills were audited and opinions, accompanied by superintendents of the severaldistricts It
PROBABLY yO ELECTION. prescription, den dey charge you eighty and invective, and without argument .
fill bottle. ordered paid from the General fund : in the county-the sr -'"
cents to a pint

; ,s THE recent opinion given by Governor Several times during my xtended ill- I. Dixon & Gra" ...........................$ 6 46 sent to sustain the STAR it,such is rant.a speech When by some Senator ents being L. A. Coleman LIGnI & tit n:

Fleming in regard to our election ness several ob my white friends, who James T. Sanders....................105 M one Blair with that should district No. 1 : Frank Boje Titter

law will, no doubt, affect the "wet anddry" keep a jug. hab bean kind enough when H. J. Brown........................... 1.5 publish it,, the object a request can only you have beento district \o. 2: A. Z. Dixon, City Feiit'G3 t
Ira
r i held throughout dey learned ob my condishun to send mea Ellis B. Waer................... ..... 39 5o+ influence the of readers district \o. 3: John Houston, n
elections recently opinion
.t bottle, and to. dis kindness (which I I A. A. Stewart.......................... 10 50 -mine of them by your the prominence i- lie, district X o. 4; Thomas J m DeS f
as one -
the State, and the Board of County shall neber forget, and shall surely return R. Wilson.......................... 7 00 and ability of the speaker. If, bent Fort Pierce, district >o. k*r a.

Commissioners, of this county will meettomorrow yhen I recover my political prest. lB. \. tewart........................... 2S 25 when I reply. "'I decline to be influenced bids shall be for one year for each Of 1k

and probably declare next age) I owe my life. I shall not take any I-:. P. Cronin........ .................... 3 75 by Senator Blairs opinions because men several road districts each district *rla'rately 1A

Tuesday's election off. part in the municipal contest this year, Geo. B. Hall............................. IS 75 of equal or greater prominence and ability and no contractor shall work elate sart .

r but if any of de boys hab any doubt H. J. Brown............................ 16 () think otherwise the than one district. The Board
If the election will be illegal; a:* it about how to vote on de wet and dry P. A. McMillan........................ 25 20 answer may but the privilege of rejectinz any or aU bit' II.
rant to he
would appear by Governor Fleming'sletter I question, or want to know how de county I A. J. Henderson....................... 4 00 seem logicians will deem your it correspondent valid and forcibleso and all and e"ef'Lid offered m

the Commissioners can save Bre- am*going, I jut want to a..4 k dem to t S. H. Ray................................ 8 O hi far as it Your correspondent accompanied with a rood and sum b'L

\ard an of four or five come around and sit beside ole Eaufaula's W. R. Sanders..........................41S 96 with goe going to the for bond for twice the amount ofto the
county expense charges me past -f
: bed for about a half hour some eb ning, Henrietta Brown.........._........... 10 00 Is Secretary Blaine dead? Dr. be approved by the Board of Sari k
elec
the names.
dollars withholding 1ria
hundred by ; and learn something about de matter, to James E. Bowman...... ............. 97 10 Hall, I know, was very much alive a few intendenis before the contract -

tion.The learn facts and not to pet scared because D. W. McQuaiz; ........................ 8 On+l months and i believe Dr. let. .
j. opinion in question is written by somebody who i is hired be de druggist \ Mrs. E. Bailey.......................... 6 00 McKee. ago. so. was All bids to be addressed to L. A. Cam'

Governor Fleming to Mr. W. J. Rumph trust calls dem a Brummie liquorite." J A. J. Carter............... ............. 9 60 I 6. I cannot conceive how I can be man, LaGrange, Florida. .:

Supervisor of Registration of Citrus Co. "whiskeyite. Well, Mr. Wager I hab S. H. Ray............................... 62 SS charged with insulting any women by the JOBS HOUSTON' a

no more to say at present except to ask J. Pritch rd............................. IS 75 sentence which stand first in this letter. ],. A. COLEMAN Clerk. Q
an reads follows: "Dear; -The last all my friends who nab any regard left Titusville. Fla.. Oct. 7. 1S89OTICE. 5 r.
If it be for wine in -
it is ordered that Charity proper a man to use
On motion
t' legislature in providing for general elections for de helpless ole man to come out and i
Pad ett be placed on the pauper list and t moderation as a beverage it must also be
.r under vote for selling, and in closing I would ; \ .
the election law
{ ; repealed beg to attach ya bewtifull poem which allowed SS per month, and Hannah Col--I proper for women. Your correspondent Circuit II

; which you were appointed and provided, I Mi>s Lucy Mott Brown has kindly copied yer be allowed for Sept. $5 for waitingon admits that it was deemed proper for In : }7.riIM, &.ee ,r I

amonc other things that the Governor from her book for me. It is from Lewis Anzelicus Eaufanla, a pauper. clergymen at the period referred to- cult of the State fi.j I:
p scrap then how could it county, A. D. &;;;; -In C/wtm1.
shall appoint a supervisor of respiration Shakespeare's play of "As You Like It," and that the aid Eau 3ula he placed on be improper for ladies I.
r i a tradgedy written shortly before his the pauper list and allowed $8 per month. ? The English, French. Irish mother Harry Fisher of Balti-1 It

in July, 1690, and every two years there death while lying ill in a condition simi and Mary Morgan be placed on said l list of two-thirds the population of this more, Jld. I i nil to "

:* ': after. I have authority, therefore. tot lar to my own. and allowed $S per month, and that Isaiah country-mine among the numberwere vs. ;- clove mort

make an appointment until that time." 'abET. Gorey be allowed $3 for rent of hone most of them accustomed to the John V. Baird and Abraham 1I 1I

"Your term of office will expire on I Some dint smcthertbeir a dnec for use of Eaufaula, a pauper, to date daily use of wine or beer, or both. Both DuBois Baird, et al. I
I And one to gire force to their gladnflll; orG
still used blsdi
only. are in the best circles It appearing from the azfitisritRobbins. 1i
Some to cool then in midsummer **& cn.
the 26th of September, 1SS!), if indeed And others in winter for the opposite reason; i the report of S. H. Ray, Co. Treasurer of society, both in this country and M. R assent for complainant. "*

the office is not already vacated by the While others will often ;get; drunk and abase it i was accePted and placed on tile. abroad. At the period I referred, a Abraham DuBois Baird borer the u

d r repeal of the act. I presume therefore Without And are ore any reason to got drunk at all to and excuse act like it; a loon I (The tabulated report will appear in the bowl of egg-nog was an ordinary accom- of 21 years and that his residence u 1I 1.t

there would be no advantage to you in From jug at their homes if there no : .',oon. STAR next week.) paniment to a winter evening dance in known. It is therefore ordered twJP[ -.tr
f
resignation. Very A hot glass of toddy or cool glass of beer Warrants to the amount of $lf f 4.01 the country in Virginia As to your correspondent's said Abraham DuBois Baird[ do Jg .tf

toy accepting your Has no latent poison to shun or to fear on the General fund; $:!18.40 on Road own State-Pennsylvania- answerer demur to complainant f

truly yours," (signed) F. P. FLE I\O. It's But trUe they there would are be those slaves who in no are matter slaves what to wine lice., fund; and $152.13 on the Building fund does your correspondent forget that be- by the first Monday in November, AE. t
J
t By the legislature repealing the former If the making of liquor became a lost science were turned over to the Board by S. II. fore the war almost et'er"otber farm had 1SSO. It b further ordered that ttoorder ..t!

election law at the time the new They\nd chloroform would soon, opium form another absinthe alliance.or cocaine Ray, Co. Trea*urer. its still? That home-made liquors strong be published once seek fur fed F,.. .t-

Would Ondo them up(those foils without brain) P. A. McMillan and C. E. Chaffee and pure, stood on the table at every consecutive weeks in the FLOJUPj,.. t'r
election law passed supervisor .
was every meal and the side-board all ? Ti ...
on inville
were appointed committee to burn can- day long STAR newspaper, published
_- of registration and every officer and detail After reading the above selection from celed scrip : they reported and were discharged -It was the same in Maryland; the Same in in Brevard county, powb- 1" .. F' .
in connection with special electionsare the immortal bard, compare the follow- and Board until Georgia. If I have insulted y in S Tembcr. J ."
adjourned any woman, to said first Monday .
__ done away with, and the fact is quite ing short verse, which is of my own com- Tuesday morning. then so have the society writers who have D. 1SS9. ...t)
It is instance of the ,
position. an striking described the I> Broomt Y.t
so appreciatively social Witness the Hon. John
-
ii apparent that no special election can be similarity between the style ob Shakes- TUESDAY SESSION a\\ )'
usages of the time. If I have insulted Judge of said court, as well r -
held prior to December 1890 in any peare and my own.* Whereas set'eralleading citizens and them, then St. Paul insulted the Christian Stewart, Clerk thereof and the *J" .f-\.trt'f

in this State. VHXSCT. holders of the have women of the Cretan Church when said the Court House in .t
.4 county Its good to have r+und In case you get snake bit, property county court, at UD Jfli
While, legally, ignorance is no excuse Its good for the stomach to inwardly: take it; moved this Board to make an appropriation he exhorted them "not to be given to Mlle, this 5th day of October, *
in Its rood for the rbumatiz, cramp or the colic, for the benefit of the county at the much wine.'* (Titus 2. v. 3). And lest 1889.
could such important changes our rate have frolic.
yet Ana grit- to along at a should .
this correspondent again confront SITII'Asr.Clerk
;
But alas this wretched ole paralized coon Jacksonville Sub-Tropical season, your A. A.
I_ State laws a* this, be made known to the Cant buy wholesale,so he wants the saloon. And, whereas, this Board having great "me with the ghost of the dead Bible wine Circuit Ce- -

public generally b publishing them in AXGELICUS T. EAUFAULA. confidence in the enterprise and judg- controversy, let me say that the word for ROBBINS & GRAHAM,

t .She newspapers of the. State, it would Ethiopia Oct. 8th, 1SS9. ment of such citizen, would, under or- wine in this text-oinoe-is the same as 25-4t Complainant Solicitors.---IIIIi .y



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THE FLORIDA STAR, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 9: 1889. 5


There is more Catarrh in this section Important to Land Owners.We EDWARD STILING. ALBERT A. TAYLOR.
of country than all other diseases put
and until the last few hold deed on the following lands,
together, _years
ass supposed to be incurable. For a based on tax title. Original owners who STILZ1'Ta. c T.A. LbI .,
great many years doctors pronounced it wish can be reinstated on liberal terms

a local disease,and prescribed local rem- by addressing L. D. MACDONELL, Savannah Cocoa Indian Rivel- Florida.
edies, and by constantly failing to cure Ga. ,
with local treatment, pronounced it in- DESCRIPTION OF LANDS.
Science has catarrh to DEALERS IN"
curable. proven W of N. W S. W.
; constitutional disease,and therefore \ W. and J of Sec.
be a
constitutional treatment. Hall's 1, Tp. 36, R. 40-160 acres.
Catarrh requires Cure, manufactured by F. J. All of sections 2,11 and 13, Tp. 36, R.

Cheney &; Co., Toledo Ohio. is the only 40-1,920 acres. Hardware Stoves
constitutional cure on the market. It is N. W. } and W. J of S. E. J and S. W. Crockery Tinware

taken internally in doses from 10 drops i of Sec. 12, Tp. 36, R. 40-400 acres.S ,
to a teaspoonful. It acts directly upon J of Sec. 8, Tp. 38, R. 41-320 acres. ,
I. the blood and mucus surface of the sys Lots 1, 2 and 3 and E. of N. W. andS.
tem. They offer one hundred dollars for W. of N. E Sec. 20, Tp. 30, R. 31- AND AGATE-WARE.
I case it fails to cure. Send for circltany 240 acres.

; lars and testimonials. Address F. J. W. i of of N. W. and N. W. of S. W. Paints, Oils, Glass and Putty, -
CHENEY &; CO., Toledo, O. Sec. 27, Tp. 27, R. 36-120 acres. o oPlumbers' .,. TABLE and POCKET CUTLERY
: p.Sold by druggists, 75. 24 W. i of N. E. and W. of S. E. Sec. ,
1 8, Tp. 28, R. 37-160 acres. and Mill : -

Merit "Ios. Lots 1 and 4 Sec. 32. Tp.. 32, R. 40- BARBED WIRE,

We desire to say to our citizens, that 76 acres. Supplies,
: for years we have been selling Dr. King'sNew Lot 2 Sec. 22' Tp. 37, R. 41-80 acre?. e
! Discovery for Consumption, Dr.Iln6 N. E i and N. E. of S: E. Ses. 21, Tp. WIRE NETTING

:; New Lite Pills, Hucklen's Arnica 37, R. 41-200 acres. Doors Sash Blinds
; Salvo and Electric Bitters, and have All of sections 15 and 25, Tp. 26, R. and WIRE CLOTH.
30-1,288 acres-Occola .
1 never handled remedies that sell as well county.S.
or that have given such universal satis E. of N. W. and S. W. } Sec. 22, Tp.

'. faction. We do not hesitate to guarantee 26, R. 30-200 acres-Osceola county.All BRICK LIME CEMENT \ G :
,. them every time, and we stand ready to of section 36, Tp. 26, R. 30-640 -ii'as9
_ refund the purchase price. if satisfactory acres-Osceola countv.N. .
results do not follow their use. These W. J and S. J and S. W. of N. E. SHINGLES and LATH. A-M1'IUNITIO\: ,
t t remedies have won their great popularity Sec. 19, Tp. 21, R. 35-520 acres.
FISIII\ TACKLE.
I tI purely on their merits. Dixon 19.& N. J of Sec. 28,Tp.21,R.34-320 acres.
: Grey, Druggists. All of f rac. Sec. 14 and S. E. of N. E.
Sec. 25rTp. 21. R. 35-104 acres. Ship ChGtn.d1ery: Goods,

;e Convincing Proof. All of Sec. 23,Tp. 21, R. 35-640 acres.
ei i In many instances it has been proven All of sections 11, 12 and 13, Tp. 26 Agents for ALABASTINE, the permanent coating for walls and ceilings ;: For Chattanooga Plow Com
". that B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm) made R. 30-1,920 acres-Osceola county. pany's plows and cane mills ; Planet Jr. farm tools.

I by Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga., will 24.
,. cure blood poison in its worse phases Gauze Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasolene Stoves Coffins and Caskets.
,
.. even when all other treatment fails. Advice to Mothers.
A. P. Branson Atlanta, Ga., writes: Mrs.Wmsr ow's SOOTHING STEUP should alwaysbe ARTESIAN" WELL PIPE; A SPECIALIT :
used when children are cutting teeth. It relieves
"I had 25 running ulcers on one leg and the little suffererat once;it produces natural,
6 on the other, and felt greatly prostra quiet sleep,and the little cherub awakes as"brightas Catalogues, sample cards and size lists sent free upon application. Correspondence solicited and
ted. I believe I actually swallowed a a button." It is very pleasant to taste. It estimates furnished promptly.
r soothes the child,softens the gums,allaY8all pain,
of medicine in vain eflorts to
barrel cure regulates the bowels and is the best known remedy
the disease. With little hope 1 finally for diarrhoea, whether arising from teething or STILING & TAYLOR.
acted on the urgent advice of a friend other causes. Twenty-five cents a bottle.
' and got a bottle of B. B. B. I experi- _, 7 _

enced a change, and my despondencywas Master's Sale. L. C. OLIVER.
F. T. BUDGE.OLIVER .
somewhat dispelled. I kept using it
until I had taken sixteen bottles, and all Under and by virtue of a final decree '
1 the ulcers, rheumatism and all other issuing out of the Honorable Circuit :: & E"tJ'"DGE
horrors of blood poison have disappearedand Court of the Seventh Judicial Circuit of ,
at last I am sound and well again, Florida in and for Brevard county, dated
after an experience of twenty years of the 30th day of September 1889, in a Dealers in
certain in therein
: torture. cause chancery depending
I Robt. 'Var(]. Maxey, Ga., writes: "My wherein Drucilla K. McCrory, by
I disease was pronounced a tertiary form her next triend, Charles T. McCrory, and GEORGIA PINE
po of blood poison. My face, head and A. C. :McCrory are complainants and W. LUMBER
I shoulders were a mass of corruption, and C. C. Branning and Reubannah Bran- ,
I finally the disease began eating my skull ning, his wife, and S. F. Meyers, Marcus
: bones. My bones ached, my kidneys Meyers and Simon Blumer, copartnersas SHINGLES AND LATHS.GEJXrER..AL
, were deranged, I lost flesh and strengthand S. F. Meyers & Co., are defendants, I .
life became a burden. All said I will, as Special Master in Chancery, sell
p must surely die, but nevertheless when at public sale to the highest and best bidder :E3.A.R.D"VV
had used ten bottles of B. B. B. I was .A.R.E
for cash, in front of the Court House ,
well. Hundreds of
scars
pronounced1 door in Titusville in Brevard
t county,
be I have now
me.
now seen on
been can well over twelve months." 24Cluster's A.Florida D., 1889, on, the the same fourth being day of the November first Monday -, Sash Doors and Blinds ; Stoves Tinware and Crockery.

t in the month and a I legal sale day, ,
-I Sale. between the l legal hours of sale, all that
a Under and by virtue of a final decree of certain lot, tract or parcel of land described -- .A.Z1'TTS .A.1VD OILS
sale and foreclosure, rendered by the Honorable as follows: Lot number fifteen .
., John D. Broome, Judge of the Circuit (15), as shown on the map of Robbins & I ,
I Court of the Seventh Judicial circuitof Graham's Addition to Titusville, whichis I Refrigerators, Water Coolers, Ice Cream Freezers
the State of Florida on September 10th, recorded in the office of the Clerk of I ,

to 1889, in a certain cause in chancery there- the Circuit Court in and for Brevard Screen Wire Screen Windows
f. pending in the circuit court of Brevard county, and also the building or tene- Screen-Wire Doors.
connty and for the circuit aforesaid wherein ment thereon, and also that other build-
Isaac E. Brown is complainant and ing and tenement now occupied by said
. Needham C. Bryan and James F. Coachi POWDER AT NEW YORK PRICES.
W. C. C. Branning as a jewelry store,
defendants I will special Master -
man are as
situate lot five in Lund'ssubdivision
(5)) Mary
in Chancery sell for cash to the high- upon
y ,
of her in block "D"of TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
property -
3 est and best bidder, on Monday, the fourth
the town of Titusville, as shown on the
the being
" day of November, A. D.1889, same -
!
n the first Monday in the month and a legal map of said Mary Lund's sub-division, --
t sale day, between the legal hours of all of said land being situate in Brevard Yum Ynin Peach Trees Clyde S"teaJ3:1ship: Cc>.
sale, in front of the Court House door in county, Florida. Terms cash. ,

r e Titusville, Brevard county, Florida, all the Witness my hand at Titusville this 1st ALSO New York, Charleston & Florida Lines.The .
! following described real estate, to-wit: All day of October,A. D. 1889.
J. those certain parcels of land situated in Bre- JAMES SANDERS, RED CEYLON, MAGGIE,
: yard county, Florida, described as follows: Special Master in Chancery.
: The west half of the northeast quarter (W. BOBBINS & GRAHAM, AND WALDO PROLIFIC

,' lot N. E. !) and the northeast quarter of 24 Solicitors for Complainant. Oil Mariana Plum Stock. GuaranteedTrue. ,
i,, the southwest quarter (S..E.l of theSe W. .
}) of section of JULAIUR CIGAR FACTORY.II. .
seven township twenty-one i Yum Yum is the Best Peach ever
r 1 ((21)), south of range thirty-five ((35))) east, C. Starch, Proprietor.Manufacturer planted] in Florida; ripens in April and
120 less togetherwith
containing acres, more or ,
all the appurtenances thereunto belonging of fine Havana and Do- I May ; Price, $3.00 per doz. Order now.
r. or in anywise appertaining. Terms mestic Cigars. Trade supplied with fine G. W. IDNEll, Tillman, ?:Fla.15.3m

t Oaa$. hand made goods. Orders promptly filled. e
J Witness my hand and seal this 26th day Factory at Malabar. Fla. 28AUMAN'S
'V of September, A. D. 1889. Magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed to sail as follows : .
J a [L.S.] J. P. TURNER, (Standard Time.) "
1:; Master in Chancery. NREWSPAPER
Special
I,, BOBBINS & GRAHAM, J From Jacksonville to New York. From Ne'wYork to Jacksonville.CALLING .
*I 24-5t Solicitors for complainants.Master's SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY (CALLING AT CHARI.ESTON.) Pier:9 nlver.
(CALLING AT CHARL}"TON.)
Thursday, Oct 3, at 11:00 a. m
!',' TIE PIONEER AGEXCY. r' SEMINOLE, Sunday, I. 6, at 1:30 p. m SEML'iOLITuuday, Oct... J, at 3:'O p. IU
Sale. IROQUOIS, .. Thursday, &1 10, at 5:00 a. m IROQUOIS, Friday, 4, at 3:00 p m
YEMASSEE, Sunday, l.i, at 6:30 YEIASSDDdav, II 'I, at 3:00
BADE MAR a.m p. In
i Under and by virtue of a final decree off' For terms and sample copies addressCHAS.H.NAUMAN CHEROKEE, Tuesday, 15, at 8:30 a m CHEROKEE. Wed'Fd..y, .1 9" at 3j0 p. w
sale and foreclosure rendered by the Honorable SEMINOLE, Thursday, 17. at 10 CO a. m SEMENOLF, Friday, Of.. n, at 3:00 p 111
;s John D. Broome, Judge of the Circuit FROM NEW YORK CITY. DELAWARE Sunday, 20. at 12:00 noon DELAWARE. )1londar. 14. at 3:00 p In
Mr. A. H. Hawkes-Pear Sir: Yocr PATENT IROQUOIS, Tuesday, 10. at 1:00 p.m IROQUOIS, We 'lIda), ." 16, at 3.00 p. m
circuitof ,
Court of the Seventh Judicial EYE GLASSES received sometime since, and am YEMASSEE Thursday &. '.'4, at 40 a.m YRMASSEE! rriday JR, it :::00 p. D1
Florida, on the fourth day of Septemberin Titusville P. O., Brevard county, Fla. very much gratified at the wonderful change that CHEROKEE, Sunday.II 27, at 6:00 a.m CHEROKEE Monday, 21, at 3:00 p" III
: a certain cause in chancery therein pending has come over my eyesight since 1 have discardedmy SEMINOLE, Tuesday, 29, at ":20 a m SEMINOLE, Wi-d'aday, .II. ..3, at 3:00 p m
old glasses, and am now wearing yours. DELAWARE Thursday, 31, at 9:30 a m DELAWARE Friday, 25, at 3:00 D. In
in the circuit court of Brevard countyand JACKSONVILLE MARBLE GO ALFXAXDFB AGAR. IROQUOIS, Sunday Nov. 3, at 12:00: i oon IROQUOI, Monday, 2', at 3:00 p. m
for the circuit aforesaid, wherein Isaac Secretary Stationers'Board of Trade. YEMASSEK; Tuesday, 5 at 2:00 p m YEMAS:5U.: : : Wrd'eday 3U, at 3,0 I'. IU
. E.Brown is complainant and John D. Vann Dealers inMonuments All fitted at the Drug Store of
defendants 25 DIXON & GRAY, TITUSVILLE, FLA. For Information Regarding Freight and Passage, apply toJ.
s and Hannah Vann,his wife,are ,
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t I will,as Special Master in Chancery, sell A. LESLIE, Supt., Jacksonville T. G.EGLR, Traffic Ianager 35 Broadway, New York

for ca/h to the highest bidder on Monday, Headstone, PIONEER COOPERAGESyrup J.JOHN A. STEAD.L. HOWARD.Agent Fernandina.T. F.A., Jacksonville. F. M. IRONMONGER, T P. A..Jackcimle.Wai. .
the fourth day of November A. D. 1889, Iron Fencing, Barrels $2.25. P. CLYDK; CO. General Agents, 12 South Wharves, Philadelphia ; 5. Howling -
f the same being the first Monday in the Green, :New York.
l"f', month and a legal sale day, between the Lawn Furniture Gauged to order, ten cents extra. -
legal hours of sale in front of the CourtHouse
door in the town of Titusville, Bre- Marble, Wheelwrighting and Repairing. StrawborrY P an.'tsLn.: Sep'texn.ber: ;

t tard county real ,estate Florida, to-wit, all:the All following that certain described Granite, Slate, C. O. B. Aunan'a Improved and Hoffman's Seedling, 64.00 per 1000. Order early.

r lot of land known as lot number Onyx. Honey barrels and Oval Water Breakers!
or parcel Several Brands. of :FERTILIZERS specially adapted to our soil and climate.
t two ((2)), of section nineteen (19)), in township Building Stone, from $2.00 up. INDIAN RIVER BRAND, manufactured by an old firm, the Davidge Fertilizer Co.

ii twenty (20)), south of range thirty-six Wire Fencing, Tanksand Send for Circular. Also Bone Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, etc., and Mapes and
Q (36)east,according to the United States survey ia' Slate Mantels, Davidge's Fertilizers. A full line of Ornamental Fruit Trees. Send for catalogue.
) together with all the appurtenances all kinds of COOPER WORK to order.. ,
S thereunto belonging or in anywise apper- Iron Mantels. I JOHN B. BEACH, Indian River Nurseries, Melbourne, Fla.
taining,containing twenty-sevenand 31-100 Grates. T. JOIIXSOX,
L acres,and being in Brevard county) ,Florida, LaGrange : : Florida. !
, excepting and reserving from the above that 4 ul..WuX Wharf Building.For .
I strip of one hundred and fifty (160)) feet in -JJ EACOTT & CO. Steam Launch Eleanor j
ioth along the canal deeded to the ; the next Sixty Days I will be pre-

Florida Coast Line Canal and Transportation I pared to Drive Piling for any parties on
, Company and those two parcels of land .. I I r.r.rif : TITUS'ILLE, FL.-\., 37 Feet Long, 7 1-2 Beam, i iI I Indian River. After that date the ma-
Deeded and Charles 3!. Bird J I -r I
Fox
Samuel
by deeds to dated November 19th, 188(5, said I I II I .., TIMSHEETIRONWORKERS.GUTTERING 2 Ft. Draught ; Cost, new, $1,800, :', chinery will be removed from the lighter
two parcels containing each 5,000 square ... '.I :; and there: will be no opportunity for do-

i feet. Terms cash. And all kinds of Tiling Hearths, Wire Mat and I CAN BE BOUGHT CHEAPBy ing this kind of work on the river.
Witness my hand and seal this 26th dayof in fact anything. made of Wire, Iron,or any kind of i HOOFING, addressingG. Parties desiring any work done in this
Stone.
September. 1689. Send for Catalogue, at the same time, stating the I And :Manufacturing of Tin Ware. line will communicate with me at Titus
[L.S.l JAMES SANDERS, style of goods yon are in need of. as we have differ LOUTREL LUCAS,
Special Master in Chancery. ent Catalogues in the different branches of onr GALVANIZED WORK, ville as to terms, etc.

BOBBINS& GRAHAM, business. 25 : And Repairing of all kinds 210 Water St., Baltimore,lid. 22 R. P. PADDISON.
24-5t Solicitors for complainant 25 Laura Street, Jacksonville, Fla.



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on foot to place the body of the late Consumption' Surely Cured.To Indian River Steamboat Co. "FROST LINE" TO THE FRONT f
John Ericsson in a vault in Trinity THE E ITOB-Please inform your readers thatI
KNEW NO BETTER churchyard, in this city, in close proximity have a positlre remedy for the above-named I
thousands of hopeless
: Fulton inventor disease. By its timely use
to that Robert cases have been permanently cured. I shall be Schedules in effect MAY 12, 1889. Having Purchased the "Frost Lfoe" -
;:' of the steamboat The scheme also glad to send two bottles of my remedy FREE to any ,
4 contemplates the erection of an elabo- of your readers who have consumption if they will STEAMER ST. LUCIE and feeling the necessity! of keeping Oj '

;_. I Kentucky's Youngest Life Prisoner rate joint memorial to inventors.The honor the. memories send me their express Respectfully and post, office address. Leaves TITUSVILLE...................,. 6 am her past Good Reputation as a Swift and
Pardoned. of the -two-great--- T. A. SLOCUM SI. C.,191, Pearl st., New York. Great Courier, I ask of the people a Cbo-
s.; Arrives at Melbourne..12noon
llaltlmor Nut a Wonder. tinuance of their Good Favor.
NEW YORK. Oct. 3.-A special to The CARDS. Returning:
_
f of Ten Years He Baltimore it is discovered Will Make Contracts for
I At the Age I Herald from says S. GBAHAX, Leaves Melbourne.....................12 noon 4
by naval engineers that the war GEOBGS M. BOBBINS, WAI/TEB
__ Killed His Baby Brother ship Baltimore has a horse power ol President Abstract Brevard Co. *>ecy.stract Brevard Co.Ab- Arrives at Titusville.................. 6pm Delivery of Lumber and Large

about 9,000 instead of 10,000, as reported Above daily except Sunday.
% 1 liecau Hi Step-Father Promised Him at first, and that the ship is not the ROBBINS & GRAHAM,

a Pair of Redtop Boot if He Would Do wonder which it113 first reportedto STEAMER GEORGIANA, Cargoes, f ft

So-Never Heard of God or the Alpha- be. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Leaves Melbourne..................... Sam t
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1 bet and Did Not Know Right from FIRESWEPT.Half P. O. Box 250, TITUSVILLE Brevard Co., Florida. Arrives at Jupiter...................... 8pm Anywhere up or down Indian River.
e all the ounties of the Seventh
Will in
Et; f 1 \Fronc-Hr sathitt County HI Home. of the liuftiiic Portion of Grand Circuit practice and in the Supreme Court :Special facilities Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.: Be sure you see me before clueing COntracts -
FRAa Ky., Oct. 4.Through for Examining and Perfecting Land Titles.
i > PORT, Haven Michigan Dftroed.MCSKEGON solicited from Claimants and Heirsto Returning : elsewhere.
F ; the efforts of the National Humane society I I Mich., Oct 3.-A report Correspondence Spanish Grants.loney to Loan. 1-
i M and the Kentucky division of that : has reached here that half the town oi Leaves Jupiter........................... 5 a mArrives Respectfully,

conditional pardon has been obtained !, i L. GAULDEN at Melbourne.................. 8pm
body, a Grand Haven was consumed by tire i D. S. H. RAY
from Governor Buckner for i Tuesday morning. The report says thata I Tuesdays, Thursdays; and Saturdays. ,

Linnville Combs. the youngest life convict fire started in the center of the business I ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, ,JEST Connection is made at Titusvillewith 4 Owner.A.

ever sent to the penitentiary. portion of the city, and before it Titusville Florida. trains of the J., T. & K. W. System .
Young Combs is to be plaeed in the could be extinguished had swept to and from all points North, and at

r industrial school of reform at Louisville j through half the citv. A fierce wind M. THRASHER, Jupiter with daily stage for Juno (Smiles
I to remain until he is of age. He. was slowing from t'he luke and the A ) where connection is made with M. Hamilton & Co.,

k lived with his mother and step-father : flames got beyond the control of the I ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, the steamer "Lake Worth" for all landings -
in Breathitt county. There was a baby : firemen shortly* after the tire started. I
i' ,.. in the family, and one day this baby was The telegraph'office was destroyed, and I''I' Will P. O.practice Box 20, in all the counties SANFORD of the,Seventh FLA. on Lake Worth. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA,

.t ? missed. Liunville was questioned and ,I it is impossible to get full particulars.The Circuit and Supreme Court. SI W. B. WATSON, Superintendent.G. Wholesale Dealers 111
r finally led the neighbors to where the damage cannot be estimated but as :i
baby's body was found in a creek, its several large establishments where agricultural ALLEN E. HEYSER, D. ACKERLY, Gen. Pass. Agent.
head crushed in. I I implements are manufactured, .I
t He said he had hit his little' brother i> and one large factory containing a big :I D. F. JACK, General Manager. Indian River Oysters

on the head with a poker and killed stock of woodenware, were destroyed, Attorney-at-law and Conv i yancer, ,
him after which he tried to burn the ;;, the loss is probably very heavy.A Florida. For Sale
Lake Worth Dade County,
l body. It did not burn fast enough andS FISH:
-- l he threw into the creek. He also said 8125,000 Mre. Will furnish Abstracts of Title to Dade .
his father had promised him a pair of SAN Luis OBISPO, Cal. Oct :3.--The County lands.JOXES Six of the Best Business Site

Hi new redtop boots if he would Kill the business portion of tho village of Cam Green Turtle and Game.

: baby. Being an infant in law, his testi- bria this county, was burned Monday, & ATKINSON, Lots in Titusville
t mon against the old man was valueless, I'I and at one time it looked as if the en- ,
but he was sent to prison for life. tire place would be wiped out. Among I i Each 30ft. on Washington Avlnue and All orders will receive prompt and careful u.
11 He had never heard of God or the alphabet the buildings destioyeu were the post-I Attorneys-at-L.av, tention, whether bj telegraph,
100ft. Hutchinson's avenue. letter or person. i;
ti and did not know right from office and telegraph and express offices. I I Titusville Florida. on
wrong. At the time of his convictionhe The loss is estimated at :125,000; insurance THERE ARE THREE CORNER LOTS

was 10 years old and now at the age I trifling. J T. SANDERS, FOR SALE.A .
of 12, he can read and write and is very .

bright Every convict in the prison Lively Time, at .* Colored D.tncts ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Apply to ROBBINS & GRAHAM, Titus- tract of land on Indian River in the
signed a petition for his pardon. JEFFERSON VILLE, Ind., Oct. 2.-At
f I Will practice in all the Courts of the Seventh Judicial ville. ; orDAVID county of Brevard, consoling of 88
THE TEMPLE OF HEAVEN. a negro ball Sunday night Mary Selena Circuit of Florida. S. HuTCHiNfcOK Trenton, New acres; it being lot No. 3, and outh ball
slashed with a razor and fainlhcut I I P. O. Box 235. TITUSVILLE, FLA. 20-3mo of the northeast quarter of section 35,
11 Jersey.
The Largest Howe Worship Iu China Henry Walker. Bettie Selena, daughter and lot No. 3, being the southwest quarter
De.tro ed Fire. of the woman, also the paramour of
> by OFFICE OF of the northwest; quarter of section
Walker shot at her mother f't.YCl.altimes DENTAL
f' SAN FRANCISCO, OCt. 1.--Late advices but, none of the shots took effect W. R KNOX 36, both in township 31 south. rapgeS)

j %* to the effect that the Temple of The S*.leua woman has not yet been ar DR. L. T. DANIEL, east. This is a very desirable piece of

Heaven at Pekiu has been destroyed by rested. | COCOA FLORIDA, hammock, soil of rich quality, suitable

tU .1 r fire. The temple was ancient, having --- ----- I Will be at the Grand View Hotel. Titusville, on for the raising of all tropical fruits. Ii
:l 1 been made by the :Ming Emperor Yung- '! Don't Forget Your Opera Glasses 1 the First Monday in each Mouth for one week or House & Sign Painter situated at the Narrows, near Enos post-
V Lo, and represents the ancient and state In connection with the Portland wedding i more. Patronage solicited,and all work gnaranteed 11 office. Will sell cheap for cash. For

t ; religion. It was very beautiful, the presents,a not unamusing story was to be satisfactory. particulars address

grounds occupying more than a square current in London. A well known and D. L. DODSON, E. M. LO'\'.
Fh : mile. It was surrounded by high brick popular gentleman, on arriving at his TVfT. TITUSYILIE, FLA. Sept. 3. Brockton.Mass.

a wails divided into compartments by intersecting club from the theatre, discovered that
walls containing DENTIST,
cypress he had annexed of
unwittingly a pair
groves, elm avenues and a large numberof FLORIDA.
buildings. costly opera glasses in a dainty blue vel- 1 I TITUSVILLE, Will Estimate or Contract for Tainting NOTICE.To .

The temple proper or "altar of the vet case. He at pee instructed the hall I Office, until further notice, at Indian anywhere on Indian River. all whom these present shall cone,
f seasons," was a circular building nine- porter to restore them to the owner, who i River City Hotel. Tale notice
Greeting :
nine feet high. It was triple-roofed, resided at a certain number in Grosvenor I Quality of work unsurpassed. 8
Can do all kinds of eitherin f
t being covered with blue glazed tiles. crescent The servant, however, left Graining, Tint, whereas. the Board of County
The windows were shaded with them by mistake at the same number in LEWIS Oil or Water-Colors,representing Oak, Commissioners of Brevard County. Fla,
J- F Venetians made of thin blue glass rods.'i Grosvenor place, where they were regarded j.F. Ash. Cherry, Walnut or Mahogany. on a petition of more than onefourthof
t It was richly carved and frescoed. The the registered voters ot said
building was reached bv two terraces, in the light of a very handsome Civil: Engineer and Surveyor l & Hard-Oil county, did order that an electionbe
both surrounded bv.marble balustrades. and most appropriate wedding present. I Wood-Filling Finishing. held on the third Tuesday />f i
4 f. The open altar of heaven consists of a The owner became uneasy, but the por- Titus,ille, Fla. October, 1SS9 the same being the lath

triple circular marble terrace 210 feet ter was sure he had made no mistake. PAPER HANGING day of October,' 1SS9, to decide wheth-r
wide at the base, 1.10; in the middle and and the mystery remained unsolved un- R.B.. BURCHFIELD, the sale of intoxicating liquors, wines or

DO at the top. The upper surface is til the lady in question accidentally saw beer shall be prohibited in said county
e paved with blocks of 0 marble forming her glasses on the ledge of an opera box COUNTY SURVEYOR.Orders :E.a1soxn..1.I:11.n.g: : : for the two years next ensuing after the
nine concentri-circles; on the central ;, said election.
'" occupied by a ducal party. An explanation mail will receive
by as
stone the kneels and at periodsof prompt ANDSTENCIL
emperor Therefore I, Alexander A. Stewart
then ensued and the
drouth ana famine to the matter was attention as calls in
pmvs supreme person. Clerk of said Board, do hereby give no-
deity for relief. The floor of the amicably settled without the intervention Address: Georgiana, Fla. WORK tice, as required by law that such elec-
temple was composed of the finest of the lawyers.-Londcn World tion will be held at all the precincts in

I mo.saics acid the roof exquisite deep-blue L A RUE P. ELY, ANTIQUE AND MOSAIC said county on that day, to-wit: the
r porcelain added an almost indescribable No Familiarity Intender third Tuesiiajr in October next, for the

beauty to the interior. .i II I An American visiting English clubs i b Notary Public for the State at Large. Glass Staining: : purposes st forth.In .
j' sure to be surprised at the nutulxn t>, testimony whereof I have hereuntoset
ELECTION COMPLICATION.
titles he hears. Besides the noiuhty Justice of the Peace 17th Dist. For Decorating Churches, Dwellings my IJ:111l13m}offlci.il seal this 6th day

,' Caused by an Act Recently Passed by the nearly every one seems to have a hvwl 1 CONTRACTOR & BUILDERof and all Public Buildings. of August, A. D. 1SS9.
Tennessee [L. S.] A. A. STEWART,
4 Legislature. | handle to his name. Colonels are not over 30 years' experience. Natural
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn., Oct. 4.Much i j quite as numerous as in Kentucky:, ot finish a specialty. Special attention to all inside Finish GTk Board County Commissioners.
1 excitement exists here over the judicial but for and ing. 16-
Georgia captains majors u e Melbourne, Florida. c
aspects of affairs in the city election to I I J can't hold a candle to them. But it was Very Respectfully,

f take place next week. The Democratic reserved me, an American, to "knock NOTICE.In Circuit Court, Dade County Flor k

legislature provided a modification of !; them out" on rank in a most unexpected I Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial 15 W. R. KNOX. A. D. 1889. In Chancery.
the Australian for
voting system several An old waiter-an ex-soldier Circuit the State Florida BremM
counties them this Hamilton. i> manner. of of NELLIE L. WARD, complainant.YS. .
n The.act is among known M the "Dortch law," I at the Savage called me:Marshall several County, A. D. 1889.-In Chancery. SEBASTION LANDS FOR SALE .

I and its effect is practically to disfranchise ;,> times one evening, and was reprimandedby Frances B. Hobbs "j JESSE WARD, defendant. I

illiterate voters. A registration' one of the members for addressing a TS. >Bill for Divorce. Upon the bill in said suit being died, I
law applies to the cities of Memphis I guest by his first name. "His name!" John Stephen Hobbs.It .J and due proof made as appears-by the |
Nashville, Knoxville and Chattanooga. I exclaimed the old fellow, looking aston- appearing from the complainant's bill LANCASTER, P A., Aug. 24, 1889. affidavit of complainant to the same

It is stringent in its //rovisions. and I ished-and then turning said, "Why, of complaint, filed herein,that the respondent To all whom it iiiay concern: showing that the said defendant resides
only a small majority 0 complied your honor, I thought marshal his John Stephen Hobbs, is now a non- out of said State. it is hereby ordered
- ,s 1 with its provisions. The Republicans rank! General Grant prophesied thatI resident of the State of Florida, and that Be it known that we, the undersigned, that a hearing be had on the facts cbarz
0; s t. asked for an injunction against should be but the old waiter he resides in the town of Boston, State of have sold to Frank H.Allen,of Norwich, ell in said bill on the first Monday b
the holding of an election under these i a general Georgia, and that the age of the said respondent Connecticut, all our right, title, interest December, 1S89, and that said Jesse
.I t laws alleging that the acts were unconstitutional -j went him one better, and the title stuckto is over twenty-one years, it is and claims in to, or against the so-called Ward do appear before said Court on or

It was granted by Chancellor ,' me for awhile, too.-Marshall P. therefore ordered that the said respondentdo Fleming Grant, situated on Indian River, before said first Monday In December.A. .

Henry Gibson, at Knoxville, and Wilder's Book. plead answer or demur to the said com- in Brevard county, Florida. Having D. 1889, and plead or answer to nId
will be heard by Judges Key and Jackson : thus and bill and defend and the
plainant's bill of complaint on or before the equitably amicably adjustedthe against tbe same
of the United States court and i Wash Tour Hands. 21st day of October, A. D. 1889, or the said complications of title that have existed facts charged therein, and to dJ farther I
f# Chancellor Much DeWitt, of the state judi- !i Cases of infection that could be accounted i bill will betaken as confessed,and the com- for many years in connection with and receive what said Court shall consh |r
ciary. interest is shown in therase. '
i 1.i for in no other way have been plainant will be allowed to proceed, ex- this desirable tract we are pleased to recommend der in said cause. I
_'i i k j explained by the fingers as a vehicle. In ,, parte, with her said cause. It is further both the lands and Mr. Allen Done at Chambers. at DeLand, this

Additional Fraud In Loulilana. j handling money especially of paper, ordered that a copy of this order be pub- to intending buyers or settlers. 7th day of August, A. D. 1889.

NEW ORLEANS, Oct. 2.-The stat '! door knobs banisters car and lished once a week for four consecutive OLIVIA M. JOHN D. BROOKE.
straps a C.SFowLER'formerlyJOlivia .
ineiit is now made, upon what appears hundred othathings weeks in the FLORIDA STAR newspaper, Judge of the Circuit Court of Floridiu *
te be good authority, that irregularities'Iwie '! that every one published in Titusville, in said Brevard ( C. Larkin), and for the 7th Judicial Circuit. j jI

I been discovered in what is known' must.frequently touch there are chances county, prior to the said 21st day of Octo- JAMES B. FOWLER, : HENRY T. PRIEST, Clerk, 1

-r t, as the baby bonds, commencing at innumerable of picking up germs of ber, A. D. 1889. WILSON WARREN FOWLER.I I Juno, Fla. lS-3m I II
No. lOiOOO with some slight irregular- typhoid scarlatina diphtheria,smallpox Witness the Honorable John D. Broome, I
itv previous to that number. Near v all : etc. Yet some persons actually put such Judge of the said court, as well as A. A.

of the "baby" bonds above No. 1<102000; things in their mouths, if not too large Stewart, clerk thereof, and the seal of said am pleased to offer "ZTZ cq- R I VOICE 5sSS|

are fraudulent The state auditor and Before eating, or touching that which is court, at the Court-house in Titusville, this o H.wriU 8-WM U wait i.**'*Tl
treasurer will soon take up this branch to be eaten, the hands should be immediately the 16th day of.September, A. D. 1889. cq P s 3O ft.oath; I ....h_. .*.VS2. .
SALE ..
I of the in stigt\tion. Attorney General and scrupulously washed. We [L. S.] A. A. STEWART, FOR AT LOW PRICES 00 p I'S, rtar E.C.I.Allm d OftM*!!.1 O ttiOM *

Rogers admits that "baby" bonds have hear much about general cleanliness Clerk Circuit Court. < R (6ipec1) W .
d been abstracted or otherwise tamperedwith as JONES & ATKINSON In lots of five suit ..
"next acres or more to wuli.' [ti. t4rtl.MKsw
to the amount 400000.. Accord- : to godliness. It may be added 22 Complainant's Solicitor.Tott's wn.I b.".. ::::
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ing to Judge Rogers'gurt the defalcation ;> that here in particular, it is also aheadof purchasers: some S.ytth=IS.-fl.rT..r' ---.

already iu sight will reach more : health and safety. The Jews madeno I ........-. W. J.atY Ri
500 Acres of Selected Portionsof .... ... :;..
than$l, 00,000. mistake in that "except they washed taU_w4<< fur 1et!'"
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I IGrewiom. ... b. .wWI-
they ate not." It was a sanitary ordinance the above-named Lands ....."I...a.7 .u a.cw ,
School Honaes. \fJOU Pills lor .. ,. Mf"
a .c -1
: as well as an ordinance of de- 0tMn..........
-srowN, Pa., Oct. 1.-The public cency.--Sanitary Era. Most of the pieces now offered having a ban sot .,.. f""y
schools in Johnstown and Millvill* i 08.....aau. tnm tkrir' races_M .r.
boroughs have opened. The two buildings -' Sebastian Shall we tauri"ioirinMl; t6 is"tusiiierwd ;:
Frontage on Indian
that have been used as I I Ihave Iowa Crop Damaged. FOR TORPID LIVER. Bay or T> WritotcwMd bam aD ......k *1* itothrrrrt
_ _. been cleaned up and put in morgues repair j DUBCQUK Iowa Sept. ? 1.-Heavy A torpid liver the whole Riyer. an.. IIInttac.a..y.....4ofyoatar. ww.wUl part part y... If-*,......d.al ewwM Mrs'.:f+*
,, for use. While digging around in the* frost is reported in this locality and all tem, and produces deranges sys OB Uk hold ccoMtef yos will aforMdBa be bk ts..pick.ct.1e.,.....Oat 113.0. .r K'N. ,
debris where the along the line of the Illinois Central Actual Settlers dollar .. """
Sunday workmen left or Improvers will be P".ecrap" AI. a" .....
Ioft' west, Monday night. The crop is said Sick Headache p.oW.> for 99_iii.. &.a4.. Jtorl ti".M S. VT....
Saturday evening, some strangerscame : J'hULClt.ana AM
: specially favored.Correspondence. 1.p1)decanted buMM.H < ..
the of ; to be greatly Injured in many places. .orlcL lar oa Bin. "l'dahA barpaiu p.I k -::
across remains a young girl Costiveness .., .
Rheumatism .
.Ia'
Dyspepsia .aa&e4. Liben'tens Ei 5o asat :
invited and plans and ..... y N
which had almost been 'but'riot
uncovered Tiur.. Irtttuaged. a.see.ki sagest. 5.5.iwU S ...
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t noticed when the workmen laid EAST TOWAS. Mich., Sept U.-There Sallow Skin and Piles. prices will be furnishedon: application. :, duaM.1&lk1a.know.ML7at.Novas.d .t.s....aiwiM wp'7.. ..,=..
belon i .
down their tools. was a heavy frost here Tuesday morning There is no better remedy t'orthese Address, 'lqroa.....u..1..waiI".........k..._<..<7 a watw..... t-. ..
............ ne
drst common diseases than Tntt'a Liver caa.u .u u 07h1l t..a ::
the this fall Considerabletaraage .. .
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F.rlt"Sson' Resting Place. tbo.e writ. At Maw..1aJa penn"ash .!:....
Pills,as a trial will Price,23 ..
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c.
prove. Frank H. Allen Norwich F.mU Bibree.Isoo&... rwrtooanle.Aft. ---
I \\a done to the vines. Conn. ] ..
SEW Yonx, Oct. 2.-A movement is Slio.kt I"toIWlecIe t.....ftuGft'.wbr asAddn.a ..... aka
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THE FLORIDA STAR, WEDNESDAY, GOT. 9, 1889. \ 7


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I invite the Trade to consider my .- '. -, .""'I',, _" ,_ .. THE MUSIC HOUSE OF FLORIDA.

and Very Complete Stock when
Large
desiring to Purchase S. H. RAY
I CURE A. B. CAMPBELLJacksonville ,



I GROCERIES Fla. Successor to J. C. Norwood ami Go.,

s FITS! Knabe Pianos Weber Pianos, Haines
Bros.' Pianos, Morris Pianos, Wilcox &

White Organs and Chicago Cottage TITUSVILLE, FLA.Cen" .

When I cay CPRE I do not mean merely to Organs.I .
1 DRY GOODS stop them for a time,and then have them return will Sell and Deliver at your nearest
1s again. MEAN A RADICAL CURE.
I have made the disease of station High GradePIANOS

FITS, EPILEPSY or

Shoes FALLING SICKNESS,

; A life-long study. I WARRANT my remedy to
CURB the worst cases. Because others have Merchandise
failed is no reason for not nowreceiving cure.
Send at once for a treatise and a FREE HOTTUB
T of my INFALLIBLE REMEDT. Give Expressand OR
Hats Post Office. It costs you nothing for a
trial and it will cure you. Address
H.C.ROOT M.C., 183 PEARL ST..NEW YOBK STORE.

ORGANSI'OR


H: Clothing, .-

LESS MONEY than any other house in the
United States. \\illghip a Piano or Organ to I to
propose keepFirst.Class
S TRUNKS VALISES any honest man or woman, on trial, and it not
satisfactory. I will pay freight both way $25
cash and $10 a mouth on a Piano,and$10 cash and
$5 a month on an Organ till paid for-not much A Stock-
more than ordinary rent. On these very liberal
terms anyone can own a instrument. Send for
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS FREE \TALOOUE containing full information.
Sheet Music Strings Violins. Banjos, Guitars, Ac.tordeon J
*, and in fact, every Musical Instrumentthat -OFGROCERIES-
is made,and at very low prices. Send for com.
GENTS' STRAW HATS NEAT AND PROMPT. plete Catalogues. I have 20,000 pieces of Choice
Music at 10 cent>;per copy.
AT YOUR OWN .PRICE. PIANOSORGANS A. B. Campbell, Jacksonville, Fla. 5


' I Can "Beat the Jews" on Low -FOK-
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Priced Pants, to Close Out.LADIES' SCOTT'S



. JOB PRINTING DRY GOOD

L. & B. s. M. H. EMULSIONOF 3 .

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FIFTH ANNUAL PURE COD LIVER OIL NOTIONS, '

CLEARANCE SALE AND HYPOPHOSPHITESAlmost
DRESS Jlcns' ladies' & Children '
-SUCHLETTERHEADS\8- *
Palatable Milk.
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as as
a
une I to Aug. I 1,1839.
So disguised that it can be taken,
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: digested, and assimilated by the most
GOODS sensitive stomach, when the plain oil SaOES.E3.A.:: i
$257000 cannot be tolerated; and by the combination -
of the oil with the hypophos
phites Is much more efficacious.
Worth of Pianos and
Organs
,
Remarkable flesh
as a producer.
from best maker to be closed
out regardless o cost value. Persons gain rapidly while taking It.
Stock,too large. Must convert
MILLINERY .VOTE-HEADS, into cash or installment assets. SCOTT'S EMULSION is acknowledged i
Physicians to be the Finest and Best preparation : ..-res -
Some,entirely NEW INSTRUMENTS in the world for the relief and cure of 9 .
BILL-HEADS, not used a day.
CONSUMPTION, SCROFULA.
Some,Nearly New-used a few
months only. GENERAL DEBILITY, WASTING

S LADIES' HATS Some,used a year or so.-Some, DISEASES, EMACIATION,
used two to three years. COLDS and CHRONIC COUCHS. CLOTHING
STATEMENTS, Some,fine Second Hands-tolien The great remedy for Conswnptian, and
in exchange, and made new in Wasting in Children. Sold by all Druggists ,
.. onr repair Factory.Re.polfghed
i Ladies' Underwear He-strung Restored in Tone
I i CIRCULARS, and Action, and made good for If any dealer says he has the W.L.Doa la:
of Shoes without name and price stamped os
II years! service.BARGAINS.. EVERY ONE. the bottom, put him down as A fraud. Gent's Furnishing Goods,

I Prints 5cts., FOLDERS,

Lawns lets., EASY TERMS. ALSOCROCKERY CH

Ginghams, icts., Your OWN TERMS almost.
Very light Monthly Payment, S
Cotton Check 7cts.
Standard
INVITATIONS, or Small Cash Payment and bal GLASSWARE
ance when you get ready.
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Pins, Set",

Needle, 5cK:, PROGRAMMES, CASH BUYS CHEAP.

Jean, 20cts., Give yon all the time wanted HARDW ARE
Cotton 2cts. but SPOT CASH will save yon
Spool ,
STREAMERS money. TRY US ON. We will .
Brown Cottons,6ct ., meet yon every time.PIANOS.
AND .
Ladies' Lace Mitts 15cts. and 20cts. DODGERS,

Ladies' Kid Gloves 7f cts. to $1.00; reduced ,

from Sl.OO and $1.25. Ladies' tfnr n Ship Chandlery Goods.
$50 $75 $100 $150.ORGANS
Spring and Summer Hats Very Low to S ;
BUSINESS CARDS 5\ ii:
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WEDDING CARDS, $24, $,p5,_$50, $75. W. L. DOUCLAS

1 am prepared with several Carloads ofFERTILIZERS OR
r VISITING CARDS WRITE FOR BARGAIN SHEET. $3 SHOE GENTLEMEN.Best These will be the main feature of my

in the -world. Examine his business, but orders sent me for anything -
CLEARANCE SALE 85.OO GENUINE: HANI-SKWEI> SHOE. kept in any store in Titu
J 4.00 HAND-SEWED WELT SHOE.S3.50 .
POLICE AND FAIUIJo US. SHOE. vine will be promptly filled.
: SUMMER 1889. $2.5O EXTRA: VALUE CALF SIIOK.
82.25 WOBIilNOMAN'S SHOK.:
82.OO and $1.75.BOYS' SCHOOL SHOES
1 All made in Congress, Button and Lace.
To supply the wants in this line. SEND YOUR ORDERSTO LlDDEN&BAESS.M.H.SAVANNAH!
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Kainit, GA. W. L. DOUCLAS Will buy Fruits, Eggs, Chickens sJ

S3 SHOE LAbOI\S.
Potash -
THEFLORIDA-
Best Material. Best Style. Best Fitting. Or any Country Produce my customersor
Ground Bone, If not sold by: your dealer write friends bringto
W. L. DOUGLAS. BKOCKTON. MASS may
Ash Element, Examine W. L. Douglas' 2 Shoes for market.I .
Acid Phosphates, STAR Gentlemen.

Cotton Seed Meal, FOR SALE BY

Cotton Seed Hill Ashes, ask for a share of the public patron-

Fish and Potash, JOB PRINTING OFFICE, C. J. HECTOE, age, and come as a supplicant, not a
dictator, asking for favor
your
Tree Fla.
Bradley's Orange ShciIlPs Sale. Melbourne, If courteous treatment,j ood

And Vegetable Fertilizers. Under and by virtue of an execution : :- goods and low figures::is

Will meet Jacksonville quotations with t issued out of the Circuit Court for the For Sale by the candidate for
lots. Seventh Judicial Circuit of Florida, for public favor,
in
freight added same quantity Brevard U. D. HEXDRIGKSON, then I'melected. '
county, upon a judgment lately
recovered in said court by Annie K. Lake Worth, Fla. .

Hogg, a free dealer, against D. P. Smith

Prices Reduced on nearly all as administrator of the estate of Frank Agent for Chattanooga Plow Co.,
Smith, deceased, to be satisfied out of the Chilled Plows and SugarCane
assets of said estate in the hands of said Pianos OrgansIf
Lines in Stock. JIi II s.
administrator, I have levied upon and
will sell at public outcrv, in front of the
Court-house door, at Titusville, in said
county, on the first Monday in October, you want to purchase a
1 have too many Goods to enumerate A. D. 1889'between the hours of 11 a.m
write to the
Piano or Organ, un-
prices on all that are reduced. and 3j. m., the following-described real
estate, belonging to the estate of Frank dersigned or give him a call.
Smith deceased in the hands his administrator
AND SEE. of
COME: to-wit: I Can sell you any of the in-

Lot one, section three, township thirty' struments of the best and lead-

I will not be undersold. ... south, range thirty-eight east, containing makers at prices that defy
ing
forty-five and one-half acres. Also lot

I am Prepared with CHEAP four, section thirty-four, township twen- competition.
ty-nine south range thirty-eight east,
GOODS and with Better Goodsto containing sixty-four and one-half acre Pianos and Organs soil on the Install- 3 .
Supply You. Also the northeast quarter of the north

west quarter of section three, township ment plan when desired. Discern! I
," thirty south, range thirty-eight east, con-
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taining forty-eight acres. Also lot four, t
section ten, township thirty-five south to Churches on Organs 4

I forty east, containing sixty-four
range
Very Respectfully,
All correspondence will receive prompt
and sixty hundredths acres. -= ,.
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r JAMES E. BOWMAN, attention.E. .

G-EO. :B. BTJMPH, Sheriff Brevard Co. n. WAGER,
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W. Ry, was in town last Thursday.J. sale at Scriven's drug store.J. ,
Eau Gallie
Wm. Treutler, of \
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S. Watson & Co. have the strawberrY & Co. received to-day, Jacksonville r.
orders. S. Watson returned here, from her trip to fO
plants. Send them your Henderson's seeds. She returned "
t a fresh lot of Thursday evening. "Tb.e Bazar.

MI -Mr. T. J. DeSteuben, of Fort Pierce, -Capt. W. H. Sharpe, of City Point, home next morning.The .At

was in town Monday and gave us a short was a visitor to our town Monday.The report published in the Melbourne -

call SI' Board of County Commissioners paper that Capt. W. B. Watson, .o.
-County Commissioner Sanders paidour -finished their monthly meeting Tues- was to be succeeded by Col. Drane is MORE CLOTHING CHEAPER CLOTHING
office a short but pleasant cll Monday day morning. without foundation. C pt. Watson has I"b

i afternoon. no knowledge of the fact. JttClilfl-
W. R. Sanders and wife, of
t -Call at the office of L. T. Daniel], at -Mr. have been stopping at the In- -The Times-Union's personal columnof AND BETTER CLOTHING )
Mia Courtney, "W. S. Nor: r
Titusville. ,
Hotel that
last
the Grand View dian River Hotel this week.J. Saturday says
E .} week and have him put your teeth in wood the handsome: and stalwart liveoakof f

good order. H. Doyle and family of Micro: the east coast, was registered at Hotel Indian River just received at the 'Dh_ rei i

-Tax Collector Hall was kept quite have been registered at the Grand View Togni," Jacksonville, on that day. Than an'other.. house on r,

t s busy Monday issuing new licenses for this week. -Mr. E. L. Brady, wife and two chil- in addition to our already extensive STOCK OF DRY GOODS, .a WJfr.t

i the year commencing with the first of -Mr. E. P. Porcher, of Courtney, was dren returned from Tryon, N. C., last ]

I T this-month. in town last Friday and returned home Saturday night. We are pleased to see NOTIONS, Etc., Etc. y6

-Capt. W. Lee left for Georgia Satui- Saturday morning. them back again and looking so greatlyimproved
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'', day morning last to "see his friends." Money Money Money to absent only by three their weeks trip. Mr.from Brady his busi-was CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFORE. jr..C

( Capt. Billie goes to tee his friends pretty to loan on real estate. Apply to Robbins ;

I l often we are told. & Graham, Titusville, Fla. I ness. Turner cue Gardner itFfari-

-Our hunters are having good luck seed meal of J. S.Watson -Iarried-veoterda\:; at Orange Park,
+ cotton
-Buy Moore Sa'Ill
your of
by Rev O. Taylor, Mr.: M. E. ) -=
several
t in their line near Titusville, as & Co. They are head-quarters E. Faulkner -- --- ]I.
Miss Gertrude
deer have been killed within the past fertilizers.Dr. this place, to WALTER S. GR.ULUC,
for GEORGE. ROBBINS,
week a short distance southwest of town. of Orange Park. The happy couple Atty.-at-Law. =:
} Dodson, the Titusville dentist, arrived here on the train last night, where Atty.-at-Law.
.jTh -Mr. C. J. Hector, of Melbourne, and will shortly! open rooms for business over their many friends will be pleased to lO.cxBBiN's: : : c ri=*..AT. =T A TIT., Sc'

f Mr. and )11'8..i1 n, of Courtney, were Rogers & Co.'s clothing store on Washington welcome them. They have our best agdd.t

visitors to our town Sunday. They allboarded'the avenue. wishes. LOANS AND REAL ESTATE 4iIs.
St. Lucie )Monday morning LAW
t j r Melbourne. -Mrs. J. B. Magruder, of Sanford, Judge Tucker delivered an able tem- deg
for wife of a former resident of our river,and perance lecture at the Court House Monday Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Co., ) ..

.1. -A cyclone was reported south of us Mrs. L. Linsler, of Fort Reed, were reg- evening to a fair-sized audience. He P. O. Box, 25O' 111Iv
last Saturday, but luckily we have missedit istered at the Grand View Thursday last. was supplemented by Captain Sharpeand .
again. As the time for gales is about I: Rev. J. Foy and Rev. C. Temple TITUSYILLE BREVARD CO., FLOI ID \.
Jacksonville ,
Mr. F. G. Huckaby, of
this section of the -
over we think that in a few brief remarks. He speaks: at St. .
State is fortunate in not receiving a visit was in town Thursday and Friday last afternoon and at Georgiana <.t. lktx
Lucie
t from one of these destructive agents.Mr. looking after the interests of his furni- Friday afternoon at Titus- We Buy and Sell all kinds of Real Estate and are sole agents for a large list of 1:
next Monday ;
ture business, of which Mr. G. Nolle has carefully-defected Properties, in all parts of Brevard County.RELIABLE _of
ville that night for the colored people. and value of Pro.perty .
t L. C. Oliver visited Jacksonville Information furnished as to character, location any lIa&1M'

last week merely as a pleasure trip. Du- charge.The Messrs. Robbins & Graham have on Indian River.
ring his stay here of several years, he Tituhville Baseball Club will strengthened their real estate firm by ad- Our facilities for the transaction of a general Real Estate business are tuwpwlkd,

bays this is his first trip away from home i cross bats with the Cocoa team at Cocoa mitting J. S. Rollins as a partner in that and every effort will be made to give perfect satisfaction to intending; I'urehasers.ho -

that was not actuated by business mot to-morrow afternoon. It is also expected branch of their business. The new firm may favor us with their patronage.

tives. that there will be a dance in the name is Robbins, Graham& Rollins. The No Properties listed unless the Title is Perfect. ill
1 evening. is attention given to Colonies: and Syndicates desiring large Ulu*of to*
+ -Mr. J. B. Canfield, a contractor from character of the senior members too Special IN
Boston, Mass., was in town several days -M. B. Bunnell. brick-layer and well known throughout the entire countyto priced land. Write for Descriptive Pamphlet. "..Terim

last week attempting to find parties in- plasterer is prepared to take contracts require any comment on our part,
+ terested in building a new hotel somewhere anywhere on Indian River. Addressall while :Mr.: Rollins, the new member, GEORGE M. ROBBINS, President. WALTER S. GRAHAM. &cretary.Bre'Varc1. ", isIMk

near Eau Gallie. Probably they communications to Titusville, Flori- comes to us from Orlando, where he has of Title Oo.
.AJosrtiraot ,
had not arrived here yet. da. 20 had considerable experience in this line, .
it ; with high recommendations as to his en- Incorporated A. D. 1889.CAPIT.L G
of Kansas City -Mr. E. D. Rainey, the efficient assist- ..
Mr.
C -The Rev. Sharpe, and success. We feel that the new ,(
11 who has accepted the rectorship of St. ant to Mr. M. E. Gruber, station agentat ergy firm will succceed in locating in this vicinity STOCK, $5,000 ; FULLY PAID ; SOSt.SSESS.'DLE.Charges ftJ6

I Y Gabriel's Mission, Episcopal Church, this place, started last Friday for Bainbridge their full share of the crowd of for Abstracts as follows: $3.00 for Opening Number and 50c. for each al- ...1

x t writes that he will probably be here sos Ga., for a short stay, where his prospectors which from present indications dditional Transfer. For continuing an Abstract the charges are the same, tix,$3.00 &:1

as to hold service Sunday the 20th. If mother is quite ill. are likely to come this way duringthe for[ the first additional and 50c. for each succeeding transfer.

not here by that time lie will be here -J. A. Durst, of Crescent City, the next few months.! Mr. Rollins will Taxes Paid for IVon-Residents. W.Pr.

without fail for Sunday following, the pioneer well-sinker of the State of FlorIda devote his entire time to real estate matters Fee will relieve non-resident land owners of the worry aril Pr.a
For Small
27th inst. ,is now operatingat take Worth, Fla., and will be pleased to meet any JgST incident a to the we Payment of Taxes, and Insure them against loa by Tax i efI!
-Doctor J. M.Browne and family have where all communications may be addressed friends of the firm and list properties at Sale.annoyance' & ,.

moved to St. Augustine. The cottage he and information received. the office on Washington avenue or confer Box 250, Titusville, Fla. TV

occupied, and owned by Mrs. Titus, has, with intending purchasers.
wife and child 01!
-Mr. A. S. Dixon, ,
r been removed by Mr. Howell Titus to Cocoa arrived here Sunday on a visit to Special Deputy United States Marshal C9J
EOTca.:
his purchased river lot just north WantedA O. tT. OQIHardware ,
: newly Brainerd of Eau Gallie arrived at
ak Mr. and :Mrs.: J.. :M.: Dixon. This is Mrs. ,
; of Mr. A. C. Gardner, where Mr. andy Dixon first visit to Titusville since her Jacksonville. Saturday, with Hon. William medium-aged lady of some means togo .:
Mrs Titus will reside as soon as the build- Ewan ex-member of the Florida Address )!.
.. marriage, nearly two years ago, and she into business as partner. and --
f ing i is properly arranged.Car.tin notices a decided change of improvementin Legislature and a prominent Democratof E. Gardner, Eau Gallie, Fla ..

,,; John Fitzgerald, wife and this length of time which it is hard' Dade county, under arrest. Accom- ifed
River realize. panying them were five white men, citi- I
four children returned to Indian to Dlassolutloiil.Notice
of Dsde three brought as General ProduceMERCHANT.
zens county,
Grand
,t' Tuesday evening, stopping at the -Any person desiring information in witnesses for the government. The affidavit : is hereby ghen that the firm of j fcrC
r '#.' J View, but started on the day followingfor Indian River its climate dissolved
i t Jupuer, where they will make their regard to filed, and upon which the warrantof Porter & Potter is this day by !
and his family health and resources-can obtain same arrest was issued, is as follows: "United mutual consent. .
+ I winter home. returned The captain by sending a two cent stamp for postage' States of America, Northern districtof 0. S. PORTER licirft.

t have just from a pleasant in to A. L. Hatch, City Point, Fla., and receive Florida. Before me, Philip Watler, a GEO. W. POTTER. Melbourne Florida .
different resorts
summer
at :
sojourn by mail a copy of pamphlet on commissioner of the circuit court of the Lake Worth, Sept. 24tb, 1889.
d North Carolina. Brevard county, published the county United States, personally came J. N. _. I 'lis

-Mrs. S. A. Bravo, wife of the genial commissioners of this county. Stripling, who being duly sworn, on his HAVING BOUGHT THE INDUS
d of the steamer St. Lucie, and that he has believe For Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint you have &, II fcr,
captain oath good reason to -
I says on everybottle of Sbiloh's Vi
-\Ir.:: Allie Gruber, of this place, offi- printed guarantee RIVER BAKERYWe
Miss Gertrude Sabate, of St. Augustine that J. William Ewan*, on or about talizer. It never fails to care. Sold by Dicksou & ft*

k t have been spending about a week at Ti- ciated Lucie the as mail week clerk while on the Mr.steamer Van Lan-St. November 3, A. D., 1886, at and in the Grey, Titnile Fla. .. will Keep on Hand Every Day
t' ? tusville and visiting several places down past county of Dade, within said district, the
the regular clerk, filled the Are YOU made miserable\' indigestion' Constipation. -
dingham,
;tj the river. They returned home Monday Watson who said J. W Ewan being then and there '. Dizio ss. Loss: of Appttite, Yellow Skin! CAKES PIES
of Purser was on a FRESH BREAD
e morning. Mrs. Bravo will remove to place deputy clerk of the circuit court of said Shiloh's Vitalizer is a positive Cure. Sold bj Dick t
to the metropolis for a few days. Al .
the returns trip son k Grey, Titusville Fla.NOTICE.
Titusville captain
as soon as county of Dade, did secure and take into 3))
lie who assistant postmaster at this ETC. ALSO ,
k.ll. with the new steamer, St. Sebastian. He was his custody and charge for safe keeping, T.
under his father, Mr. J. E. Gruber,
; expects to start for Wilmington in a place such clerk, the certificate of .
t. as deputy
the mail clerks on the river do not .
weeks time. says Bottlers of Sodawater Ginger
few election held in said Nov. ;
an county on
have a very hard time of it. There will be a meeting of the stock J*.
:nj -Capt. R. P. Paddison will represent 2, 1886, at precinct No. 3, Elliott's Key, holders of the Titusville School Building
_S -Miss L. C. Schuyler, of New York, for a representative in congress, and that See i
Drinks.ALL
Brevard county at the Industrial Fair and Association at the school house at 7:30 p. Ale and other i
: the said J. W. Ewan with intent to af-
who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. ,
Exposition to be held in Raleigh N. C., m., Oct. 9th, 1889, to consider the proposition -
Geo. W. Morton, "Mortonhurst:: ," Ba- fect the result of said election, did fraudulently
from the 14th to the 19th inst. The appointment of the School Board to buy said ORDERS RECEIVE PBOMFIATTENTION. I
\ $ nana creek, started from this place last and falsely alter and change said
made by the Governor comesat building. All are requested to attend.R. .
Saturday morning to' take the Clyde certificate by making it appear thereon S
such a late date that Brevard cannot P. PADDISOX.Buckleii's : I
E charmed that twenty-eight votes were polled at
collect a creditable exhibit to display at steamer north. She was quite .
i with Mr. Morton's romantic place. Her said precinct for such representative, COHPAXTt
f this Fair but a lot of our County Pamphlets S. A. BELCHER &
: will be placed there for distribution mother, Mrs. :M.: C. Schyler, who nine whereas in truth and in fact only 15 votes Arnica Salve. I -

and we know the captain will do i years ago resided at the famous Dummit were cast at said election at said precinct, THE BEST SALVE in the world for Cuts, PROPRIETORS, a:

his level best to talk up the advantages' grove, is still stopping with Mr. and which is in violation of the laws of the Bruises, Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum, Fever FLA. S.i

fig of our county while he is there. Mrs. Morton. United States, and contrary to the peace Sores. Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains TITUSVILLE, M ...
and dignity thereof. J. N. Stripling. i Corns and all Skin Eruptions, !
::1; jI .S : -We learn that Mr. H. H. Harrison, -The enterprising Clyde Steamship Subscribed and sworn to before me this and positively cures Piles or no pay re i 1Nr;

; who formerly lived at Canaveral, but recently Line have improved their service very 3d day of July, A. D. 1889. Philip Walter I quired. It is guaranteed to give perfect' 1Nd.
.' has had charge of the work of much by making tri-weekly trips from U. S commissioner district Florida." satisfaction, or money refunded. Price' A. L. Hatch & Son, .

a ,i clearing and improving fifty acres of pine Jacksonville to New York, and also sail- District Attorney Stripling said that J. 25 cents per box. For sale by Dixon &

I, } and hammock land near )1aytown, is ing from New York to Jacksonvilleevery W. Davidson, of Dade county, furnishedthe Grey. 10-10. DEALERS IS
11 dangerously) ill. This work is being done Monday, Wednesday and Friday. information upon which the chargewas

} i on the Mackintosh grant, and is being Passenger schedule for October will be based. Mr. Davidson is also claimed DRY GOODS NOT* r.

i t S backed by a wealthy syndicate of New found in our columns elsewhere. Freights to be a Democrat, and was Ewan's com- I
.' Yorkers,who intend plant this amount shipped by this line when received at petitor legislative honors and broughta

i7 h uf land in tobacco this coming winter. Jacksonville are loaded at the ship's side i contest in the last Legislature and succeeded R0Y4F Hardware Crockery Saddlery.Stationery ...

f Mr. Phelps, of New York, one of the syn- directly to cars for all points on the J., I in ousting Ewan. Mr. Stripling : Medicines ..

dicate, has an improved method of curing T. and K. W. system. said that he had been instructed by At- Family w.

.tobacco in a rapid manner so that it torney General Miller to proceed with tib1MEly,. Garden SebJs, 5
can be worked up into cigars. He is anxious -The steamer Georgiana arrived here the case. Ex-Attorney General Garlandhad ROYALo:

'' to test the growing tobacco in last Friday afternoon, having just been also directed Mr. Call, ex-district attorney r+urrar.+' CHOICE GBOCEBIES
4 'f C s this part of the State, and no doubt will I launched from the ways of Mr. McFad- to prosecute the case but owingto

r: find it as remunerative as it has provento den\ttom at; Eau Gallie. An examination of want of funds to procure witnesses the Hay, Corn, lopes Fertilizers. .

- hrk be in other sections of Florida in the the planking of the steamer when case had to be postponed from term to CITY POIXT, FLORID!. -.
first hauled out showed that it had been
S past year or two. term of the United States court. Hon.C. .6sHIT.
_ 1''' worn very thin in places by pacing over -- ,
M. for defendant
t The Titusville and Canaveral Steamboat shoal banks, and further investigation Cooper, attorney f
moved material witness for the ,
as a
i l ? and Transportation Company has proved that a new bottom was actually prosecution had not arrived, to dischargethe J. PR1TCIIAED.President.
purchased the propeller Katie and necessary and the work was accordinglydone )
This CommissionerValter \v. it. Bcowx.a'
i Sadie from Mr. Jas 5l. Pearce and the by Mr. McFadden. Pieces of the prisoner. .4IIt
I and said he would issue
overruled
t little steamer will be placed shortly on old planking, where removed, showed an
1 attachment for said witness the l.
the route from this place to Canaveral, that in some places the wood had been adjourn INDIAN RIVER I
Oct. 17th and Mr.
# via Banana creek. It is thought by competent worn down to a thickness of less than case over to place '
Ewan under $500 bail until that date.
that with little work of inch. It is I
judges a on one-quarter an astonishing
U a few shoal places in the creek that this that these thin places supported the boatas The Ewan bail, :Messrs was Charles promptlv Peacock given and by William Mr.- AKIN Titus "llle, Florida.A'. HIT HITE

propeller can make the run regularly. long as they did, and it seems hardly M. Mattais of Dade becoming
tf county, -
r The shoal places are of a mud foundation, creditable that planking could be worn ties.
j and if the little steamer once makes the down so thin without giving away and sure SACTED.

.'. } trip through the creek the owners are sinking the boat, and it probably would I Announcement.Mr. POWDERAbsolutely Exchange and 5oM. pec }
confident that the fans of the propellorwill have occurred in this instance had not I negotiate_

deepen the channel every subse- the timbers been placed less than two., :: John :Meyers: announces himself a Banks,Corporations and IndlTldnal. ..-- E t

quent trip. Should the,steam service be feet apart in the hull. The Georgianawill I I candidate for marshal at the coming est allowetf time deposits. _,
eoltsteproved -
Pure.
1, made a success, which we hope it will 'commence running to-morrow, and J t town election. The manner in which the Advances made bU5 upon ear available pa rdlacooated'

t, there will be but little doubt of the the St. Lucie will be temporarily laid off marshalship has been conducted duringthe Drafts on all parts of Europe.U1_.
steamer securing, the'mail contract, and for two or three trips to paint up for the -short time he has held this office he Thl powder never'.hole.w varies.>meOf'SL A m\nrel More economical of pnritj.strengtV'uid Business done at continent. with at+ae L

with the steady growth of the Banana coming winter season. During that time hopes will convince the people of his than the ordinary kind., and cannot be sold in Every- banking favor, cheerfully fXt"
t w River section there should be semiweekly the Georgiana will take the St. Lucie's ability to perform the duties creditably, competition with the multitude of low test, short

mails on this route instead of. only place. For the present the steamer White and he hopes to secure, their solid sup cans.weight,Bnjral slum nr Baking phosphate Powder powder Cu.. 105 Sold Wall only Street in Jacksonville CORRESPONDENTS, Fla.; The:Bank Seaboard of Jae 4

one mail per week,as at present. will ran on the lower route. port. J Sew York. Dank Yew York.

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