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 Material Information
Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: October 30, 1889
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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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. 30, 1889. NO. 28.



Mima. Cocoa. Melbourne. Jack did not mind it, he had been over Lake Worth.

Reverends Bolton and Temple were Mrs. Thompson was a visitor to Cocoaon The colored school is progressing the route before and had his sea legs on. Cool and quite dry.JameslIcFarJane .

calling in 3Iims Thursday.Dry Monday. finely with Mr. R. Corson as teacher Mrs. Cummings and Miss Grace arrived arrived home from
on Friday from Northern Michigan -
times, decidedly dry, everything Captain W. H. Sharpe, of City Point, Another north wind last week, cool the first of the Melbourne Beach North Carolina on the 19th.

dry but not drier than it will be after spent last Friday in Cocoa. enough to make us think of frost in the coterie. Others are expected shortly.Mr. Robert B. Moore has just put a fresh,
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thVelection.Jesse Amateur base ball players are daily Carolinas.Mr. and Mrs. Glenn we hear will soon coat of paint on the east side school house.

Beck is recovering from a slight seen on the streets of Cocoa. G. F. Ensey was in town Friday be here and will begin at once on their The Bessie B. left for Jacksonville on

attack of illness. We are glad to see The dancing school of Mr. T. Boothwas looking for. hands to clear up some landat plete house.his Captain house and Wilcox we believe also will will com-be the 21st, this being her first trip for the
Tropic.Mr.
him out again.Jfr. largely attended on last Friday accompanied on his return by several season.E. .

)! Casper Minis since his return has night. Taylor, representing Messrs. "heavy" men in R. R. business. M. Brelsford and mother arrived

erected a barn and chicken house and is Mr. Oscar Hall, the Misses and Mr. Stultz, tobacconists of Savannah, was in We are sorry to hear that Mrs. home on the 22d. Doc is coming via
making other improvements.There town and took some large orders. New York and will bring a big stock of
Cleveland of Merritt, came over on Stewart, mother of James Stewart and
will be a cull meeting of the Sunday to attend the Episcopal servicesat Dr. A. E. Lyman and Master Lewis Mrs. Gardiner Hardee was very ill at goods with him. I

:M. I. Society Saturday, Nov. 2nd at Cocoa. Lyman returned Saturday from a four the home of her daughter, Mrs. Chas. The Deerhound is on Lyman Bro.'s

the school bouse; by order of the pres- Mr. Frank Stranahan who has been so week's visit to Gainesville and Atlanta, Creech. The lady is suffering with an ways being thoroughly overhauled and

ill for some weeks, is on the rapid roadto Ga.Mr. attack of paralysis. Mrs. Hardee came made ready for the coming season. Capt.
ident.We able be down on the St. Lucie Monday and Hunt will probably use her for an ex-
pleased to note the improve- recovery, and is now to up W. Wilson of Courtney was in
are :Mal-
manifested by the young ladies and around. town on business, the latter part of the Captain Hector kindly took her to cursion boat principally.
ment abar. We hear Mrs. Stewart is
Mrs. Strahan's in- week. He is an ever welcome some- Rev. A. B. Dilley down on the
j painting class under Mrs. Baldwin and children are dom- guest what easier but believe there is little came
here. 19th and held church services for the
struction. iciled once more in their cottage at hope of recovery.
has been superintending Merritt after several months sojournin Delightful weather but dry dryas first time this season on the 20th in the.
Mr. Harry Roberts very ; We hear that the Sebastian Land east side school house. Sunday Schoolwas
and fencing of Pennsylvania. powder we hear said, hinders gard-
the clearing company whose New York office is No. held on the west side as usual.
Mrs. Barrister's acre lot which is to beset Rev. James Bolton preached in the eners greatly about setting out toma- 75 Broadway, are negotiating with a
Last week the inlet nearly closed
with number of choice varieties toes, etc. number of Scotch who was
a capitalists
., out new M. E. Church south last Sunday propose by sand being washed in by the heavysea
'J of orange trees. morning and evening; Sunday schoolwas Messrs. Fee, Nesbit & Turner are en- to engage in the culture of Sisal outside. A force was put at work

' Miss Jennie Grey of Clinton, Iowa, held there as usual. gaged on their contract for piping Mr. hemp and other fibrous plants. If they and latest reports are that prospects are

was a most welcome visitor at Mims Mr. Walter lowland is a guest of William Treutler's place and hotel at succeed in securing the land desired good for a deep new inlet there in a dayor
they will force of 100 at workat
k.liss Jennie's friends Eau Gallic. put a men
il the past we the Delmonico again. He and Dr. so.
r. were all glad to see her, ond only wish Schofield have just returned from an The Seminole was over at the rail- land once can and be set cleared.out plants Only as a fast short as time the Public school in district No 1 (east

she could become a permanent resident. extended trip down the river. road dock Thursday: with lumber, etc.. atfo a gentleman was through this region side), and district No. 6 (west side), '

Mr. John II. Sams, county superin- Merritt has a pretty new school for the additions to Miss Cummings : buying up all the Sisal hemp plants opened on the 21st, Miss Katie Hamilton

tendent, visited our school and was teacher-Miss Nellie Simrell of Pennsylvania Myrtle cottage. obtainable. This enterprise will open teaching in the former and Miss Hattie
much pleased with the large attendance Sheis and profitable branch of Gale in the latter, with a good attend-
very -occupying that position. Mr. E. C. Thomas was off duty for a up a new most
, the number being twenty- the guest at the home of Mr. A. F. day or two on account of a slight:: indis- industry; one that drouths or such frostsas ance at both.
1 four; and with the apparent interest Lapham. position. We see he is on deck again we have will not affect. Wilbur suys he has to keep the ArthurB.
shown by all present. and reefed down to keep her from getting
, busy as ever. Mr. R. W. Andrews has been makinga
Another baptismal took placeon
negro ahead of schedule time. She beat the
C October 19th a game of ball was last Sunday morning on the river The last we heard of McAlister he number of improvements around the
and
Rosie B. few days the bottomof
played by the Titusville junior club bank near the Episcopal church and had secured another fine flow over on Carleton; pipes have been laid from the the Arthur a B. is covered ago with barnacles -

and the Daisies, in which our boys were the excitement ran high for a few min- Merritt's Island, but wherever he is i windmill tank and hydrants put in, the inch thick and with three
an moss
; ingloriously defeated. But it being utes after the emersed "Bister" arose we are satisfied he is at work. I front and sides have been planted with
inches long, while theRosie B. was justoff
only the third meeting of the Daisies from the Augustine grass which will soon form a
since forming, we are not disheartened.La water. We are sorry to hear that Mr. Frank fine lawn, a number of cabbage: palms, the ways.
I Mrs. Daylord of Pennsylvania, who Stranahan is quite ill at Cocoa. Frank hibiscus, etc., have been set out and are The Cocoanut Grove House is finishednow
Grange. spent winter before last on the Indian has been clerking in Mr. Branch's doing well. The path up the bluff has and is the largest hotel on the lake K
River and purchased a pretty cottage at store for the past year and is well liked.I been shelled. The grove has a fair and has the highest cupola and is already

i Tuesday night the train killed a bunch Merritt, arrived at that place last week Some fine pineapples were seen at crop of fruit and notwithstanding the beginning to fill up with guests. Capt.

; of-four valuable cattle. and will occupy her cottage during the Mr. Branch's store last week. They terribly dry weather has improved in E. N. Dimick, the proprietor, says he is

i L. A. Coleman has returned from aweek's winter months. came from Mr. Gibbs' East Melbourne appearance. We have not heard at already sure of a good full house from

i stay in Jacksonville.W. The departure from Cocoa on Monday place. Northern apples were to be had what time the hotel will open, but hopeit Dec. 1st, 1889 to April 1st, 1890.
will bef filled to overflowing soon. Maj. Worthington arrived on the 22d
there .
kitchen caught fire Fri of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Andrewsfor ,too.'Vhenever
P.
Day's Recent arrivals from different of
parts to spend the winter, or longer, here. He
day but was extinguished before much their home in Melbourne, caused we look toward Mr. Mc- the North agree in their statements complains of bad health almost ever

damage was done.D. many regrets among those who had en- Fadden's ways some boat can be seen that Florida will see a crowd this winter since he left here spring, and is only

K. Rolison arrived Saturday with joyed their charming society during thereon. As quick as one is off another and Indian river her share. too glad to get back. While here he will
week's the Peck House.
cattle. You know their stay at takes its place and the ways are empty continue improvements he began on his
bunch of five fat Hogs in Paradise! Just think of it,
that follows-nice beef in market. Mr. Andrew Lee arrived at Rock only a moment. 'tis true however. Many years ago a west side place last season.

. Carlile is and Ledge last week and is expecting his Mrs. E. M. Campbell accompaniedher few hogs either escaped or were turnedout W. A. Ruder, of Logan, Kans., came
A. J. shipping
.t citizens have oranges been ;ship- brother, Mr. J. M. Lee to join him ina son William to his new place on the on the peninsula near Cape Canav- down on the 19th and left on the 21st.
several of our for the three weeks.W. few days at the Hotel Indian River, east shore last Thursday. Mr. Camp-- eral, though the Florida razor-back is He came merely to see Prof. Bodinell on
,; ping eggplants past as Mr. Lee has come down to attend bell, we believe, intends to engage in supposed to rival a deer for speed, when business and with no idea of locating, as
P. McClain was quite badly hurt the sale of said hotel which is to take "garden for profit. he has any inducements still it is a he has a good home, lots of property anda

Saturday while protecting himself from place on Nov. 4th in Titusville. Brothers mystery how their descendents managedfor prosperous business in Kansas. He said
Wright having haulingto
j an unruly cow; but soon was "himself St. Michael's Episcopal church in do at Goat Creek took some his so many years to escape the bear and however, that if he ever should want to

again." Cocoa, was well attended on Sunday on the Lady Bedford but having wagon some wild-cats that abound in the almost uninhabited come that Lake Worth would be his first

. Robert McCollough recently killed a morning and those present enjoyed a doubts about the seamanship of his region between :Melbourne choice, and next to that almost any
::1 panther at Louis Coleman's cattle-ranch! most eloquent and able sermon by Rev. animal sailed the horse down overland.Mr. Beach and finally put in an appearanceon place along the B. I. R. Any man that
across the river that measured nine A. F. Sharpe of Kansas City, Kansas, Mr. Jno. Henry's place which he has could not be pleased on the B. I. R. or
1 feet in length. who will reside at Titusville during: the J. H. Phillips has returned from named Paradise. The animals have Lake Worth would growl at the climate
:1 winter and have charge of the Cocoa the north and has been having his place not done much injury yet and we be- and products of even paradise itself.A .

:.j Willie McCollough is in the settle- and Titusville Episcopal churches. on New Haven avenue cleaned and lieve they are few in number and will party of J., T. and K. W. Ry. officials
= ment for a short stay during the suspension Rev. Mr. Sharpe was a guest at the hoed. A walk 8 or 10 feet wide now probably be less before vegetables will were down here last week. It was

r i of the Turnbull school l, because hospitable home of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. extends from the bluff to Mr. Phillips'west afford them a living.: reported they were trying to arrange to
of illness of both teacher and pupils. line.
Harrison. run the S. V. White on the lake this

. Miss Jennie B. Gray has been a very Transplanting: is going on wherever Eau Gallic. season. It is also said that they are not
welcome visitor among the residents of Hypoluxo. water can be had. Mr. Richard Weed Messrs. Fee & Nesbitt are still at going to put any boat on the lake; also
Now Is the winter of our discontent work on the Treutler Hotel improve- that looking the land and
'1 the place. :Monday morning her formerpupils has over half an acre of tomatoes set they were over
gave her a very pleasant recep made glorious summer by "Livingston's out at St. Kilda and putting, out as fastas ment. arranging to extend their road down the
tion. New Beauty Tomato." We have themon possible. Many of the plants are Five sweet potatoes, taken from one west side of the lake and so on to Miami ;
the brain-our every thought is cen- already budded.Mr. hill, on Mr. J. 0. Walton's place, just also to build from the foot of the lake
Hon. John H. Sams visited town last tered on our prospect for the luscious turned the scale at Jibs. south and connect By steamer from Juno;

I veek, to see how school was progressing.He product of our sunny days and well fertilized ,B. W. Jerome returned Saturday Mrs. Houston Sr. has pulled down also looking for a suitable hotel site on '
found nice ceiled school house, seed beds from his summer cruise on the coast of ,
a acres. We watch our the old Houston House and is rebuilding which to put up a mammoth hotel. Theseare
vith a pump in front to slake the thirstof with solicitous care and a Paris-green New England. The cheerful companyof neat and handsome structure in a few of the rumors and reports.- The
the twenty-seven bright and industrious diffuser, and it goes against the grain to old friends, change of climate and its place.a fact is they came down, looked around

,l pupils within. be summoned to the inlet to dig a new fish and oysters will render his propor- talked a little, thought a little more and
Rev. C. C. Temple preached to an channel, but it has got to be done. It tions quite aldermanic. Another artesian well has been drivenon went back to talk it over at home. Thereis
Mrs. Wilson's and
r. would do to let the railroad and. place, water was another road down
not quietly reaching
.' interested congregation last Sunday. We received a pleasant call from reached
steamboat get to windward of yesterday (Tuesday) at a depthof towards Biscayne Bay and the J.. T. and
The
hour for Sunday school has been company General Freight Agent Carl Curtis on about 300 feet.
changed to 2 p. m., standard time. This us, as they surely would be if our schooners his way to Jupiter and Lake Worth. K. W. probably want to get there first.
r is the first Sunday school establishedand could not run. The R. R., etc are a Mr. C. is enthusiastic over the prospectsof Captain A. Bennett's residence is That's about the extent of their present
boon to us all, but a little healthy We progressing fast towards completion ; anxiety.
is held in the first house df worship great an excellent season this winter. ...
erected on Indian River. Much creditu competition equalizes rates and every- hope his expectations will be more than from present appearances it promisesto

due to our superintendent, T. Johnson thing is lovely for the shipper. realized.Mr. be an imposing building.Mr. "Both The Rev myself(.oo.and H.Thayer wife owe, of our Bourbon lives,to Ind Shiloh's, says:

and wife, who have been ever constant How prone we all are to want the miller of and Mrs. J. 0. Walton, who have Consumption Cure.'' Sold by Dickson & Grey 11tnsville -
Bailey, prominent
a
in their efforts. it sub-divided and been on a week's visit to Mr. and Mrs. ,Fla.
earth-and want Port Huron, Mich., arrived last Satur- ,
Wilson returned home
Courtney, on
lots at that. With
staked off into
corner
day. He is very much pleased with the Wednesday, accompanied by Doctor Why will you cough when SblIoh'ai Cure will give
Brantley Hays clear, cool water in our rock wells; witha country and will locate here. We understand Souvielle of Jacksonville.The immediate relief? Price 10 cts 50 eta and '1. Hold
That Jesse lake side and the sea on the by Dickson &Grey,Tttnsville Fla.Shilob's .
M.
our good Democratic P. on one he has a large stock of flour, steamers Maggie Dillon and .
Simmons still holds forth under the other artesian wells we must have too. the and will
etc.
on opena
potatoes, way Kathleen of Eau Gallic and the Care will immediately relieve Croup
present administration.That The McCormick well is a failure in one store for that line of business.Dr. Belle Capt. McFad- Whooping Cough and Bronchitis. Sold by Dicksou
sharpie are now on
told that it is end '
sense. We are wrong & Orey Titusville,Fla.
the lumber for the Brantley it now is draining the adjoining Fee's place has long been the din's ways undergoing a thorough overhauling .. ..
steamboat dock was delivered promptly up marsh., as The Cragin well makes haste show place of Melbourne. They were in anticipation of the coming For Dyspepsia and Liver,Complaint yon have sprinted
by Messrs.Nicholson and Otwel without We durst venture the opinion the first to erect a wind mill and had winter business.We guarantee on every bottle of Sbiloh'a YU.
slowly. talizer. It never fails to cure. Sold by Dickson fc
any mishaps. though that if his drill does not lose its thus a great advantage. Addison Feeis learn through: Jno. E. M. Hod- Grey, Tltnsville, Fla. -
That he will eventually strike wateror laying pipe all over the place and we son, esq., of this place, that the body of .
Mr. W. B. :Morten just recently temper
,
arrived is Geo. H. tells this for gospel.On expect to hear of another artesian well the late W. H. Adams (whose sad deathwas A Nasal Injector free with each bottle of Khlloh's
from the "old nutmeg state, tea. there; a new wharf has been built also. recently noted in this paper) arrived Catarrh Remedy. Price 50 cents. Sold by Dtckaon
Bearing land preparatory to trucking this three little lads went k Grey, Titnsville Fla.
Monday night safely at. its destination, Montreal, Can- ,
"lDter. calling in the Lyman sharpie. The at- From Western New York letters we ada, on Sunday the 6th inst., where it Are you made miserable by indigestion, Consti
That the steamer can land passengers tractions were great and they stopped hear of frosts and the 19th inst., a good was taken in charge by his friends and pation Diziuess, Loss of Appetite Yellow Skin
and and eleven when they came freeze so the leaves were falling in ShUoh's Vitalizer is a positive Cure. Sold by Dick
at the
freight with safety on the new Brant- till late, on the following day, Monday, eon &Orey, Titusville Fla.
'*J wharf ia an assured fact. down to the wharf, lo, there was their showers, dry weather, fine roads and funeral was attended by a large number .
boat capsized and sunk. They had made they speak particularly of no snow. of friends and relatives. "Hackmetack," bating and fragrent perfume.
That ![r. J. A. Booth leaves soon for- her fast and left all sail standing. It Come to Florida, gentlemen where we Soundings for the Indian River Steam- Price 25 and 60 cents. Sold by DlcksoD & Orey.Titusville -
|*knows where. Rumor says Quincy, wisdom. It never have much except in politics. Fla.
was not wise but it was was boat Co.'s marine ways were taken last ... tr
to-morrow before they got home. week. Although a sufficient depth of
Messrs. Herndon & Bird in last
That Mr.R. B. Stewart has the finest RUTH E. week from the settlement west were of Mel water was found within a short distance .1 Scrap of Paper SavesLife. Her ,

field of beans growing that there is in bourne. Lumber is the'wharf here from the shore, at about 300 feet out .
on
Brantley..That Mr. Hiscock of Georgiana officiatedin who have there was a depth of only 73 ft., which It was just an ordinary scrap of wrap- -
for a young man there we ping but it saved her life. She was
church '
the Eau Gallic Baptist on insufficient. The will, probably paper
was" ways
Mr. Q. Ronald is making exten- last. Sunday school heard intends soon to take a partner. Banana in the last stages of consumption told
Sunday morning be laid at the mouth of the
school has begun and the
58 improvements on his place at Shark Sabbath at 10:30 Their by physicians that she was incurable and
will be opened on next river, facing Ban Gallie, where'there isa'jdepth'of
.colnt, or beacon No.3. '. All children and adults are in- scholars are progressing finely. ,Another 25ft. of water. could live only a short time; she weighedless
MORE ANON. a. m. load of groceries, etc., went back with than'seventy pounds. On a piece: of
vited to be present. believe that "man Mr. John McAlister has just com-
them; they evidently wrapping paper she read of Dr. King'sNew
I: shall live bread alone." pleted an artesian well (3-inch) for Mrs. and bottle
Bucklea'8 Arnica Salve. For Sale.A not by Discovery got a sample ;
Smith who recently purchased property it helped her, she bought a large bottle '
D THE BEST SALVE in the world for Cuts, one horse wagon and one dumpcartboth A rather unusual sight for this regionwas from Jno. H. Mellor. our townsman. it helped her more,bought another and
rtses, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fe- new. Will' be sold at a very low witnessed last week, that is a horse The contractor is now putting down a grew better fast contlpued to.bee and Is
tfd Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chil- rate. H. C. CARTER, Blacksmith, location taking a sail Mr. W. M. Campbell well in the grove of 'Mrs. W Wilsonof now strong healthy,rosy.plump,weIgh-
and 01, Corns, and all 5 kin Eruptions, near water tank, Titusville, Fla. having use for a horse at his peninsula ( Courtney on the south bank of the ing 140 pounds. For" fuller particulars-
u ipoalUvely cures Piles or no pay re- 27-4U place opposite Micco. So ,Jack was Eau Gallie River. This point is noted send stamp to W. U. Cole Druggist
1 4L4.: It Is guaranteed to give perfect taken aboard the sailboat Cupid with a for the number its artesian wells and Fort Smith.. Trial bottles of this won- {

aauefaetlon, or money refund d. Price Sblloh's Catarrh Remedy positive care for CUrrb. good supply of stores, though a northerwas the copious flow and excellent quality derful Disbovery free at Dixon & Gay'-
per bOL For sale by DIxon 4 Canker Month. Sold by Dick .
Grecents Diptbtrla and 22
1019. son &Grey TitnrrtUe,Fla. blowing and the river \ery rough of the water obtained so far. drug-store. ... .'

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worked In odd hours in a DarDer-s NOTICE.

: r HNSTOWRELIEF. I I'Ibe Since then his rank as a student has op. County Court, Ererard County, _

IF A POLE. HANGEDS'I Mat. r1o.d Commission Meet to brought the college.him Last beneficiary year as money a competitorfor from 19 Wants. By the County Jud9t for taid

Philadelphia. j the Boylaton prizes he earned his To all to whom these presents 'bn l

t PHILADELPHIA Oct. 2G.-The State audience by storm and won first place. come, greeting: r

ParanoTfski Executed at : Flood Beief commission was in session (i Twent-Two Days Without Food.SEW' ---0- Whereas Mary T. Cleveland and Jv.ome c t i
c Peter all Governor
in this city nearly day. : Twichell. applied to this '
24.-The steamer
YORK OCt. court
for
PottsnUe, Pennsylvania, Beaver was in attendance. After a full'': Santiago from Nassau has arriW'ith letters of administration on the etuteof
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discussion and examination of the seven of the crew of the steamer Earn- J. S. WATSON & Sophronius Twichdl.
reports of the committee the commission moor of the Earn line, of Philadelphia. said Brevai county. these are.therefore. I :
For the Murder of Two Women;: adopted the report of the board of in- : which was wrecked a little north of to cite and admonish all and singular; ife -

in May, 1888. |! quiry so far as it concerns the statementof : Turk's Island during the big September kindred and creditors of said dtctastj: 1
losses and classification. It is as follows -: gale. The seven men state that FORWARDING to be and appear before this Cou rtoaor F
that they were twenty-two days in an before the 18th: day of November,AD'
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'- In DU ConfMlnn He Said De Killed the ; "BESOTTED, That our secretary is open boat without food. They succeeded ISS9. and file objection if any they bar/

1 ; Pint Became She B.fo ed Him Food, hereby instructed to proceed to pay out i in quenching their thirst by catching to thegrantiiig letters as afbrpsaid.otlr! .J.
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and the Second for Threatening to Hare the money appropriated to cla.sse3. 4 rainwater as best they could. AND COMMISSIONMERCHANTS wise the same will be granted as prayed. I i
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whereof.
In testimony havehertoRoofficially
Dim Arrested-The Dulldinp Fired and and 5 as follows: That on losses in j
Both Bod ie Were Cremated. ; class 4, as established by the board of E National League of Colored Men. set my hand and seal, this 1

' t' POTTSVILLE Pa., Oct 26.Peter : inquiry, on $500 and less there shall: I CHICAGO, OCt. 5.John G. Jones, a '
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I be paid a sum according to the merits lawyer, of this city, who many years
BaranowsH the murderer, was hanged : of each case, not exceeding $400; on I, ago strongly advocated the forming of 21-Ct. County Jndgi. ,
here Wednesday morning. The drop losses of $4.009 and over $500, there I! state and National leagues among his k

fell at 10:35.Barauowski. '! shall be paid according to the merits of j race, and a number of prominent color- Master's

passed an easy night, the case, a sum not exceeding $600( ; on i i, ed men in different parts of the United
' r sleeping from 11 p. m. until 5 a. m. He ; losses between 4s.Ov0 and $2,0(,() there i States have agreed to call a conference Under and by ,virtue of a decree Ugeajr

,>"1" ate a light breakfast at ? o'clock' and at shall be paid according to the merits of i of the leading men of their race fromevery TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. out of the Circuit Court of the Se>:eat

f -8 o'clock a Polish priest held confession- each cafe; a sum not exceeding $800; state and territory in the Union, Judicial Circuit of Florida. in and for

=t '' al and mass was said and the sacrament ,j losses of over 2,000 shall be paid a pro- to meet in Chicago next June for the Brevard county, in a certain cause therein
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rata proportion of the amount appropriated National -:4: ,\'.
of forming a league. pending, wherein II. Macombfrfc
f ; administered. !i by the class remaining after pay- purpose This movement he says, is not a workof complainant and George .tltreeand Annie
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At 9:13 the jurors took their places in ment above shall have been made, WE WANT
t as men of their race whose aim and am- A Itree.his wife,are defendants,I win
the jailyard. About 10:13; the processionwas but no payment shall exceed the sum bition is to hold office, but is for the as Master in Chancery sell at pobSe,
formed and marched to the scaffold. I of $U.O{1O. protection and elevation of the entire THE CONFIDENCE OF THE PEOPLE. outcry. to the highest and best bidder

A short prayer was offered up, then the : "In Class 2. no claim of less than $20 race in the United States. for cash on Monday the fourth black cap was adjusted the arms and shall bo considered. Losses: as estab- .
limbs pinioned, the signal given, and at i lished by the board of inquiry shall be WE WANT November. A. D. 1SS9. the the same Ulaga
I sale clay between legal boon
:
10:35 the trap sprung, which launched paid a sum according to the merits of Mnrdrzs Brothers Sentenced. You to be sure to Come and See UsWhen of legal sale in front of the Court llon&edoor
l the prisoner into eternity. : each cage, not exceeding $; iOU. Losses SHELBTVTLT, Ind., Oct. 21.-David
town. i in the of Titusville. IJrevard
He bore up welL and between the I between ioOO and >1,000 shall be paid a Sills was found guilty Thursday of mur- you come to town cocoleading -
Florida. the described
following
time when the sacrament was administered ty. m1
I .n : sum according. to the merits of each dering Edward Stanford, his brother-in-
and the execution, passed the i case, not exceeding $330; losses of over I law, and his punishment fixed at imprisonment WE WANTTo estate. to-wit :from Beginning Zt illard's on a puWc
time in apparent total indifference. : $1,000 shall be paid a prorata road tore &I
proportion for life. His brothers, Joe Talk to You. four
About 200 people were allowed to witness I of the amount appropriated in the and Albert indicted with him for complicity Ilockledge at a pot. being hundred
t Iy I and ninety-eight (4I-Sj. ) feet south of tie
the execution. class after payment as above shall have in the crime, pleaded guilty of WE WANTTo
The following is a brief history of the been made, but no payment shall ex- manslaughter. Joe was given a four- section line; thence east to the middle
i crime: ceed the sum of 2500. teen and Albert Work With You. of street and to the northwest coronet
F a twenty sen-
18S3 Baranowski 1 year year the lot owned by Joyner & Booth (boil
12
s" On Saturday, May "In making payment as above, any tence.
went to the house of Anthony Put- ; amounts heretofore received by the WE WANTTo builders i ; thence south fifty,50 feet to a

lavish, at a small mining village called I claimants shall be charged against the Life S-nsence for Mnrder.ATLANTA. << post ; thence to the above-mentioned
Bushy Tract In the house was Mrs. payments in this distribution. Should Ga., Oct -21.-Henry Tay- Post You on the :Markets. public road ; thence north to point of
: Putlavish and:Miss:Mary Keith. He had I any case arise in which for any cause, Icr has been convicted of the murder of beginning; said land I being bounded
I previously boarded at the house for a I the amounts to be awarded cannot be State Senator Samusl l Field and sentenced WE WANTTo the north by F. E. Wood east by Hreet

ti short time, and was known to the i agreed upon by the board of inquiry, for life. Joyner &: Booth south bjr: Tomplia
two women. What transpired between I and the representative of the commis- Ship For You and See to Your Shipments and west by county road. Said described

them is not fully known. t sion, such cases shall be referred to the here. land being situated in Iuullot three(13)

Baranowski in a confession which he committee on classification and distribu- heal Dow's War oo tfrnoklng. of section thirty-three (33). township

41 made stated that he went to the house I tion for finance.. Gen. Dow is strongly opposed to the WE WANT twenty-four (24 south range thirty-six
F and asked Mrs. Publavish for some- A committee was appointed to take east, according to government surrey;
of tobacco and has carried on a lifelong -
the
use of
i thing to eat. She refused it and ordered I charge of the matter of annuities for To either Buy or Handle most together with all the appurteuaa&ei
'r him to leave the house, at the same the benefit of orphans. Secretary crusade against it. He always has Fruit and Produce of this sectionof thereunto belonging or in anywise ip-
I time him with iron poker. claimed that tobacco dulls the moral
+ striking an t Kremer also stated that final reports the pertaining.
'41 This so enraged him that he struck her had also been received from the Lewis- sense. Many years ago before there country. Terras cash. Purchaser to pay lor

,, ,f with a rock killing her. He afterwards 1 I i ton and the Eenovo districts and that were any railroads, a man traveling ina WE WANT title I
took some money: from a trunk and left I the accounts had been audited and appeared stage coach with Dow one day lighteda WALTER S. GUAO.ur.I I

the house. As he was leaving Miss as correct. cigar."I You to Know, if we cannot Buy Your Master in Chancery Brevard Co. l
Keith ran into the house and said that After the adjournment Mr. Scott ex- James T. Sanders,
: would sir,
I wish you stop smoking, Products, We Can Ship it for You.
him arrested. He
t she would have
plained that the commissioner had distributed Dow. 24 Complainant's Solicitor.
'4 knocked her down, and her body with : $-l2 ,OOO of the $=>00,000 in the said
that of the other woman was consumed first appropriation, and in addition to "Is smoking offensive to your the man WE WANT

rid in the burning building.On I the balance of $80,000, thus remaining, asked. ] make Titusville MASTER'S SALE.
You to help us to a
the of the murder Bara "Yes sir.
, evening the commission had the sum of $1,600- ,
nowski made some purchases at a store 000, and this is now being distributed "Well, Til stop as soon as rTe finished distributing point for the Productsof By virtue of and in accordance with s

and showed considerable money when I among the five classes. The first three this cigar." the river, and sell our certain decree of the Circuit Court,of tie

paying for the articles. This causedsuspicion classes comprise non-property holders, Without another word Dow suddenly Products here. Seventh Judicial Circuit of the State 01
as he was never known to j I the fourth class includes those who lost reached forward, pulled the cigar from Florida,in and for Brevard county,in tb.a--
have much before. On 16 J
money May all of their property, and the fifth classis and threw it into the road. the third of ,
arrested Mauch Chunk the man's lips WE WANTIn cery, granted on day Aerat
he
was near I made of clerks and others, who
up The fired but looked the 1889 in a certain cause thereinwherein prcobg.
at
,
Buffalo man up
while on his waY to brought
lost more or less large sums. fact and do it
to save you money, can J. M. Lee is complainant and Harriet
back and committed to jaiL Nov. 19 his ; The secretary reported that claimantsin well knit figure of his fellow passenger.
trial came up and he was found guilty I classes 1, 2 and 3, exoeptingaa to the regarded the bright light in his eyes- if you will help] us. P. Wilkinson and W. L. Unghkttare
defendants I A. W. Cockrell Jr. 5U.-
as
and sentenced to be hanged.. amounts appropriated to orphans, had and cooled off. ,
b ; ; Ever since his conviction he waspartly been paid on classes recommended by "I recall an Incident coming down the WE WANT ter in Chancery pro hoe rice, shall expo*topale
f bereft of his reason, chietily. it and sell at public auction, for caib:
the board of
in
inquiry, except some while I in
Rigi, was traveling Europe,
You to know head-quarters for hand the and best bidder
J IS believed through fear of his impend. cases where changes had been made we are to highest ,dung
t ing fate. He had neither money nor after referring to the committee on said the generaL European railroads did Vegetables] Crates, etc. the legal hours for public sale, en Monday,
friends, but the court appointed counsel classification and distribution. not provide a separate smoking car then, the fourth day of November,1Se9,in fiat
to defend him and they did everything and I don't know as they do now. A WE WANT of the Court House door at Titusville, u

in their power to save his life. TORTURED THEIR VICTIM. passenger in our car was complacently said county of Brevard, certain real estate

He was 27 year age, and was born in smoking his cigar. To Sell you your Orange Boxes and described as follows:

l Galicia, Austria. lie came to this coun- Inhuman Brutality of a Crowd of Toughsin 'You're an Englishman, sir, aren't Orange: Wraps, and will do it if you That certain lot of land on which tia&
try four years ago and, could not speak Tallapooia County, Alabama. ?" I said to him. the hotel known as the "Hotel Indian Bit-
you
BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Oct 26.-A I will come to see us. land
Engliah. spe- Oh, no.' said h* briskly Tm an er" and all that certain tract of CB
cial from Lafayette records a crime in American.' which is an orange grove, the two tracts
GIVEN TIME Tn PREPARE. I Tallapoosa county that has rarely been WE WANT containing in all about seventy acres sal
'What! an American and smoking
:'' Curious Facts In Connection With a Revent I I surpassed in its horrible details. It you which were conveyed to the defendant ly
in the of ladiesr"He You know that for the
to Agents
t presence we are F.IUkfcr
Sooth ('xr dna Lynching. seems that while Mr. Albert Smith and the \'eraldeedsf A. L. and E.
'" COLUMBIA, S. C., Oot 25.-Some very I three oldest children had gone some stopped smoking, but with poor Ocala Rock Lime, and will furnishit which deeds are duly recorded in the ofie*
grace, and he looked as if he would like of the clerk of the circuit court of aid county -
curious facts in connection with the recent miles to church, five negroes approachedthe ]low down.
1 ; lynching of young Robert Berrier house and asked Mrs. Smith to gi"ethem to eat me. a more particular ptioD whereof
"He was of a different type from a follows the section ImP
as : Beginning on
something to eat On
WE WANT
for the murder of his mother-in-law being refused -
they went into the house and man whom I met on a steamer in the between sections three end four iii Township
,
near Lexington, N. C., have just come learning there was no one home but English channel I asked him to stop You to know that we burn our own twenty-five, south of Range t1irty-+n
to A who witnessed thehanging
Y light party Mrs. Smith, they forced her into the smoking, and he did so with profuse Oyster-Shell Lime, and, of course, east, at a square monument stone mum
says Berrier was taken from yard and began ransacking the house. apologies. I told him that I believed with a letter"W," thence due est eighteen
the jail at 7:30 o'clock and immediately After appropriating all they could that tobacco dulls the moral sense, but can give you bottom prices. hundred and fifty feet, more or less,to la- ,

$ I earned to the outskirts of the town, find in the way of money and valuables. he smiled at the idea dian River, thence northerly aloe:; 8M
tinder & large oak tree. Here the mob they set fire to the house and added ** WE WANT river two hundred feet, more or Jell to***
stopped and naked the prisoner it he horror to the terrible scene by forcing 'You furnish a proof of my theory, south line of a lot of land purchased!lj I-
was ready to die. Berrier said he wouldbe distracted sir,' said L 'You were smoking when You to know that we handle Cement tbt
the woman to witness the L. and E. F. Hatch of B. C. May,
if he"would meet his wife and babe most brutal of deeds, which was the you ought not to have been, and you acknowledged and Plaster Hair. due west along said line to section li

in heaven. The mob then informed him tossing of her little baby in the air and it as soon as I called your above named, thence due couth along s'

that he would be allowed time to prepare letting it fall back almost on the pointsof attention to it Tobacco dulled your WE WANTTo section line two hundred feet, more ork*+

,;' for death. sharp knives which they held underit moral sense.'"Lewiston JournaL to the place of beginning; also that exit
About this tuna a drummer, who was The brutes finally heeded the frantic impress upon your minds that we piece or parcel of lands being a part 0& ?
in town. the
came scene and
allowed upon woman's entreaties and went away, About Ooffbo represent No. three, in section >o. three TontliP
asked be to
to with the
pray leaving her with nothing to greet the The pleasures coffee are & twenty-fiye, south of Range thirtv4L x'-'
t condemned man. His request wasgranted by no means Thompson. Edwards,
4 return Qf her husband and children but the IJdiia
and he knelt down by the side her half dead baby and dissipated in the warm weather, when of Chicago, commencing on the bank of iew
smouldering
of Berrier and prayed very fervently heap of coals. People for miles around "hot coffee" is not needed as a means of River at the dividing line between
that God would save his son The largest manufacturers of Fertil- three and four, thence west, runningsaid
a During have been searching for the villains and defying the discomfort of cold weather -
f the prayer many hearty "axaens" ana at last accounts three of the negroes Cold coffee is a delicious beverage when izers in the west, and keep constantlyon dividing line between lots tire't'

,, such responses as Lord grant it," had been captured. well made. Coffee ice made of strong hand the following brands of their four, eighteen hundred and Mt1 di
"Jesus receive his spirit" eta, went up Goods feet, more or less, to the sectioning liDe y;
coffee frozen in freecar in :
a and served
from the mob. For more than three MAY BE EJECTED. sections three and four, thence
hours praying: and religious services cups with whipped cream, is a dainty World] of Good, for Orange Trees. along said section line four hundred b

were conducted. A few minutes before Settlers on Railroad Lands In the Texas dessert or a conyenient part of the afternoon World] of Good, for Truckers. eighteen and 64-100 feet, thence cast 0t a tt:

midnight Berrier expressed his willingness Paahandla.Ausxn tea menu; coffee soda is a peculiar line parallel to the dividing line bed
to die. He was then placed on ?, TeL, Oct 23.There is wild summer drink and few people accustomed Pure, fine Ground Bone. said lots three and four fifteen hundred** l

a horse with a rope about his neck, and commotion in the Texas panhandle over to the morning cup of coffee. Blood, Bone and Potash. eighty feet to Indian River, thdce'-'
"
'l+' then as an appropriate hymn was raised the annouxMQMnt of the attorney general make any difference on account of the' '_'-ChicagoBone| Meal.. ,:....... ::-- along the margin said river four Inaws t **
the home was lad from under him and that he will at once bring suit against a weather in this most important featureof Dissolved Bone. and ninety feet more or less, to the
the body left dangling in the air. describedor
number of railroad companies to secure the breakfast table. An expert in beginning. The above

'1 COTTON BAGGING. 7,000,000 acres of land granted the companies coffee maintains that the best coffee is parcels of land embracing the
by the state and since forfeitedby WE WANT known as the "Hotel Indian #iT F
made In the old fashioned tin coffee r
It will & lgn Supreme Alliance violation of law. The pot"Don't the known thegrove.
Day at majority of You to know orange grove as -
keep hand
we on ::; ..
t
+ the riednont Exposition.ATLAKTI the settlers in the panhandle hold their give me any now patent arrangement Also the south-ea quarter of

Ga., Oct. 2&Cotton bag- lands by patent and if the attorney general for making coffee" be says; "the Sulphate of Potash, south-east quarter of section four,T Towsr

ging gill rule supreme on Alliance day wale the suit the patents will be old tin pot Is the only kind of oooJdng Land Plaster, twenty-five, south of Range thirtyJJ:

+ .1, at the Piedmont exposition. President void. Three hundred delegates representing : utensil that preserve the aroma and the CanadaH.: W. Ashes, also four hundred and eighteen led ol J- .
the panhandle settlers arrie in full flavor south end f
t of the coffee. of the north-east qus.rtUo >
Evan Jones, of the combination alii- Tobacco Stems g
and
soutuern the city yesterday and had a conferencewith After the coffee has been boiled and south-east quarter of said tectxm JJ| *
.ones of the and western the attorney generaL He informed settled pour it in good strength Cotton Seed Meal. .Township tw e n ty-fivewath of R* S** *:
t states, and Secretary Busk will make upon a d
them that he Roil bring the suit and t COIP---- ./
-six east measurement to
a Addresses. Two young alliance couples advised them to to the cup half filled with cream and hoi milk. h
appeal governor WE WANT the south-east, of said det2 L Lof
corner
twill be married the stand Most true coffee have
on in the to call an extra session of the legislatureand epicures a beverage land and north rho Kd
r .presence of 50,000 people. perfect the clouded title. The first prepared with full strength that will You to Give Us a Trial on something. lines between, to sections go three along and foam s ,

; GoY. Gordon will perform the ceremony suit will be filed against the Houston and give a delicious aroma. and a true bat1ica.te distance of four hundred and ei a r;
assisted by two ministers. -- teaJ
Henry Texas Central WE WANT
flavor
railway.Col to a of rich
cup cream thence we
of ,
west a tf2
,, ; W. Grady will giye away 'the brides. one-quarter
3 Both brides and grooms will be dressedin .rd lien Cmo. a Class Orator. and boiled milk. Rather peculiarly the To merit your patronage by fair and south four hundred and eighteen feet!

white cotton bagging. They will be BOSTON. Oct. 28.-The senior class of average American drinks about the tame honest dealings, and we mean business. corner between said lots ol land Jxst*JT
escorted to the grounds in carnages coy Harvard college has elected Clement amount of coffee now that he did eighteen scribed, thence a quarter of a Bite_': J tI

erred with cotton bagging, and'will be Garrett Morgan, a colored. man, as class jean ago. In 1870 the average TRY US. place of beginning, together irita ads.

s married under\ a canopy of cotton bag. orator. The election- was ,hotly con- consumption for each person was seven :0Respectfully:- appurtenances, tenements and :
gin jf, tested, but Morgan received a substan- and one-half pounds,in 1883 it was seven menu thereunto belonging Iii t

The aeronaut who makes a parachute tial majority, about 270 men'votin and two-thirds pounds showing that the< appertaining.October .
leap Trill use a parachute made of cotton Morgan entered college1 with little taste far coffee neither increases- de- 2nd,1889.
.
Trill bagging.be cotton bagging.The badges* of the day i means and during,.his' freshman year creases.-Boston---Journal--. nor J. S. WATSON & CO 24 A. w.Master COclZZLX prop *Js*..:*

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tJ .. THE. FLORIDA STAR, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 30, 1889. a

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negro leaves the south we are ruined. the powder caused an explosion of coal FLORID '
Destroy the cotton and sugar planta- dust which set the mine on fire. Six- FOE $3,000.ELIGIBLYLOCATED 4
RACE PROBLEM. tions and you make the south a fail teen men were in the mine, the shaft of -0--
ure." which isSOO feet deep. TOE TROPIC TRUNK LINE

The work of rescuing the unfortu- .
Two Outlaw. Captured. nates was completed about dark. All Jacksonville, Tampa, and

Opinion Bishop John P. New. were PBESTONBURG arrested ,here Ky., Saturday Oct 24.-Two for men the of them were token out more or less in- ORANGE GROYE Key 1Vest System.

jured. Four were horribly burned, and
of Nebraska. shooting of a man named Brumfield, his
man, at last Accounts were not expected to re- ,
wife and son, in Lincoln county,W. Va., cover. Mr. O'Brien one of the ownersof Schedules in Effect.May 26,1889.

a few days ago. They answer the description the mine came in on the north bound ON INDIAN RIVER, Trains of this line run on Central Standard .

Christianity the Only Thing one having a part of his passenger and returned to the scene of Time, and arrive and depart from: theJ.

That Will Solve It, offered ear bitten off. A reward of $250 was the disaster on the south bound train IN FINE THRIFTY CONDITION. T., & K. W. and S. F. & W. Union de-
for their capture. A posse of with several hundred feet of hose and pot. .,

suit West of Virginians the have been in hot pur- other necessary machinery with whichto THREE HUNDRED S FIFTY TREES West India Fast Mall.
parties ever since the commis- ,
Indeed, That Will Do It-Sentiment* extinguish the fire. ,
sion of the crime. The two prisoners No. 27 No 14
of the Well Known Methodist Divine asIizpressed Two Hundred in Good Bearing. 1 00 m..Lv
will be taken back to West Virginia for liurke and Hart Indicted. p Jacksonville Ar..6 30 a m
In an Address to the Studentsof 1 54 m..Green
trial Cove
Spring..55
NEW ORLEASS, Oct .43.-The grand p a m
the Central Tennessee College-Dr.n jury Friday found six indictments 2 40 p m..Palatka Junction..4 28 a m

.rt. ll'. Views. PERILS OF THE SEA. three against Maj. E. A. Ilurke and \VILL GUARANTEE A NET INCOME 2 48 p m...........Palatka...........4 26 a m

OctIt 24. John Maurice Hart jointly for publishing 3 23 p m....... Huntington.........3 24 a m,
NASHVILLE -Binhop Gres Buffering Experienced by the Crew forged bonds as true and two for forgery FROM PRESENT CROP, 3 42 p m....... ..Seville ...........3 00) am.
P. Newman of
. of the Earnmoor. 4 20 m..DeLand Junctions
00)
and one for embe/zlement against p a m
OF 10 PER CENT. ON PRICE.
Nebraska, tvhois PHttADELpniA, Oct. 25.-The seven Treasurer Burke. Mr. Hart who is 4 30 p m..Orange City Junc..:.! 48 a m

presiding over survivors of the ill-fated steamer Earn- a prominent capitalist anti broker was 5 15 pm...........Sanford...........1 15 a m

the deliberationsof moor, which foundered at sea, Sept arrested and furnished bond. ADDRESS 5 57 pm........Winter Park......11 53 p n1

the Tennessee 6. in a cyclone 800 miles off Turk's 0 13 p m..........Orlando..........11 40 p m
conference of the island while bound from Baltimore to Negro Convict hut Mud Kill
j U Northern Metho Rio Janeiro, has arrived here from New SAVANNAH, Ga., Oct. 22.-Charles 9 10 13 p in..........Tampa........... 7 40 p m
' distchurch in this Harris, a negro convict was shot and ___u 10 45 p m..Ar Port Tampa Lv. 6 50 p m
York, whither they were brought by the ]I killed while resisting arrest at Lumbei Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars between

i city, has given ut steamer Santiago from Nassau. They City, Thursday afternoon. Thursday PARKER'S New York and Tampa, dailv. No 27 stopsat

terance to his sentiments tell a story of great suffering. night, the jails was burned and it is be- HAIR BALSAM Kissimmee for supper. Nos. 14 and 27
regarding The Earnmoor struck terrific lieved fired it to Cleanses and beautifies the hair.
I a galeon negroes avenge the Promotes a luxuriant growth. connect at Port Tampa with Plant Steamship -
the negro Sept. ',4, which increased in force: death of Harris. There Is, however, no II Never Fails to Restore Gray Line for Key West and Havana. Ships
problem during and at 11:80 a. m. the following day the danger of trouble. Hair to its Youthful Color. sail from Port Tampa on Mondays and .
amBo-. P. KZWMAK. vessel lurch and foundered. Prevents Dandruff and hair falling
address to the students of Central gave a As -- -- 60o.and SI.(V)at Drnsrelst Thursdays on arrival of trains. No. 27
an institution ,conducted the steamer sank the port life boat float- ........ connects at Palatka Junction with the Flor-
Tennessee college, an ed off from the ship between the funnel CAN HAS .
BE CURED. 'k { ida Southerr
Railway.
the Northern ASTHMA
of
under the auspices and the main mast, and the men clung A trial bottle eentJi'reeto NE"ER } sir Esc
Methodist\ church. to the boat and scrambled in the sec- anyone. afflicted. DR.TAFT BRO.,Rochester N.Y. .iiiCWNTO H fEN via BEo Nr a'eY7tHEo TRAINS BETWEEN DELANO JUNCTION AND

Bishop Newman headed the delegatesto ond officer, second and third engineers, ; CHESTER'S ENGLISH 70 aloR DELAND.Lv .
p H.G .C.
the conference on a visit to the col- four Bailors, three firemen and the cook. &11( '. p1; ?0 ANY DeLand No91 Xo39 No87 No8 No83

and after all had been welcomed An effort was made to save tho rest: of \tj.. .. I ;., 10'iiti ,' Eti11CAl.e C 0.ACKSCIJUIIIE. Juuction..7oOp' ; 10.4op 2:4op; 12:40p8oOa

bv President Braden Bishop Newman the crew, and a drag was made of tho 1l The only reliable pill for Ale. ate tied \ : 1703 IEMiDT Ar DeLand..llOop 4:4u 3:00p 12:55p; 9:05a
introduced. He spoke with earnestness painter, but the boat was blown away : Jff ore. Ladle*,.*k Dr.cct.t for the Ola t..s ... .,. FLA. .
was '
nond rand in red mnnlltc boxM Male!
and was frequently interrupted bv and the oars wrested from the hands of with bine.......Take...... .8end4e. t.,;aAYSL.as W :J W A Ar Deland No82 No84 No86 No88 Xo92
.1 applause. After referring to the work the men so that no more could be saved. > ** l Ladle.(stamp),"for ineiur particulars,by malL and "KeUef Name Paper.form DIXON & Wholesale Agents. Junction.8:35a 12:15p 2:20p 4:15p 10:30p
I of the church which he said, "is the The cry of the drowning men as they CklehMter Chemical Co, Madlaoa 84.,PhlUda ta Lv DeLandS:20a 1_.OOp 2.05n 4:00p 10:10p

If greatest Protestant denomination in the were dashed about by the mountainouswaves GRATE--L-'O\I--- --Ft'Tl- G.EPPS'S "Way Down Fpoii the Suwan- Trains 88 and 89 run dally, all others

world, and has given large promises of were heard by the men in the nee daily except Sudday.
, and excited hopes to boat, but they could not be reached and
latent capabilities South Florida
Accommodation.No.
From Branford, Fla., situated upon the .
to had to be abandoned to their fate. It COCOAInJ
realized in tho that aro
be years romantic River Rouse .
was impossible to put tho boat back for E Suwannee Messrs. 3. Xo. 6.
oome. them.It & Thomas write under date of August 19, 8 30 a m..Lv Jacksonville Ar..6 45 p m
; The Bldhop'n. Views.Bishop was an oversight that the boats had 1889: "Please forward us another gross of 9 33 a m..Green Cove Spring..5 44 p m

oe- Newman spoke of the negro not been provisioned in anticipation of "By a thorough kwwl..dge of the natural laws Johnson's Chill and Fever Tonic. Have 10 .23 a m ...Palatka Junction ...4 50 p m
problem as follows: which g veru the o)'erationo! of digestion and nutrition bold out bottle of last 10 35 ..........
the calamity, as it would have saved the and ba, careful application of the fine properties every gross upon am. 1alatka.4 45pm
I "fl suppose that it has occurred to you terrible sufferings of the survivors. For of wel''S! lecte<] Cocoa Mr Epps bu provided your strict guarantee, and not one bottle 11 17 a m........ Huntington. ......4 00 p m
that we are attempting to solve a problem tunately the boat drifted into the gulf our breakfast t"bl.with a .,...1icatflftavtlrt'd returned." 11 40 a m............Seville ...........3 39Pm
: in this country.,never before at- beverage which may save un many heavy dot"tors' -
' 12 34 .. DeLand
before stream and the air was warm, but this billc. It it> 11) tho jitdiLi'tiifc uei of such rti- p m. Junction ...2 43 p m
tempted; at all events never increased the intensity of their thirst. rl<'s of diet tl.ai a constitution may lie gradually From a letter from Graniteville, S. C.. 12 48 p m... Orange City Junc ...2 27 p m
j solved. I put you to the challengeto "The horrors of hunger on the second built on until Rtronir o.oncli;: to re.i!.t even tend dated August 26,1889: 1 20 p m..Ar Sanford .v..1 55 p m
in the history
to point to me a single race lucy to di"c'at'p. Hundiedrtof nubile H)<*lH . day became awful said of the At the of 50 with twenty-five Daily between Jacksonville and Palatka
one survivors age yearsof
.' of the world that has been emanci- floating Rrlunlul4. I e.,1\ t"*tt"ck wlt'T''ver there ;
others which amounted to ,_"and it increased as time wore IP a weak point We roar e""apP many "f..t..1 haft active practice, 1 am a careful observerand daily except Sunday south of Palatka] Xo.
pated by ever on. We managed to pick up sea weedin by keeping pure-I\''e tall fortiliJ with pure 1 loud cautious in endorsing proprietary medicines 3 connects at Palatka with Fla. So. Ry.
It is of the most solemn
"
anything. one and nourished frtme Civil Semite
a properly -
the gulf stream, which us a lit but I can conscientiously endorse Jacksonville .
. 1 problems in history. It seems to mel gave Gazette Made s'mply T:ith bj>iint'] water or milk. and Sanford Accom-
l the law of successful emancipation is tle nutriment and on the third day a !Sold only In ltfili>|v>ni flying fish was caught This was Immediately thus : JAMES 2irS & CO., HomuepatlucChemists. one of the best combination remedies for
1 that who would be free must first No. 5
they have cut up into portion for each London, England. 4-4t. Chill and Fever I have ever seen used. It Xo. 78
strike the blow themselves; must 3 50 p m..Lv Jacksonville Ar..12 45 m
and devoured. We also
man captureda corrects the vitiated secretions of the liver, p
risen in their own might against tyranny sea bat and sucked its blood and then (' CRAYON relieves costiveness, and promotes the ab- 5 44 P m..Green Cove Spring...Jl 40 a m

against any form of oppression, ate its flesh after it had dried in the 30 FREE sorbtum and assimilation of food. thus fulfilling 7 2211 m..Palatka Junction..l0 45 a m

. whether political or ecclesiastical, orpoliticoecclesiastical sun. The first man to die was a sea- POR'.rRlITIIWhile all the indicatipns claimed for it 7 50 p m..Palatka .........]0 40 sin

r: Such have luootoded. man named William Robinson, of Bal | ( introducing our fine work, if you fiend usa Yours truly, 8 50 p m.......Huntington........ 9 55 a m

r 1 timore, and the second was the third photograph of yonr -elf or any member of:Tour. T. P. EDWARDS M. D. 9 22 p m...........Seville- .... ... 9 37 a m
iJ "We,. therefore ,under the power ofF family, we will make jon a full lire-izt' (RAYON 10 35 m..Deland
civilWL to solve engineer, Thomas Hunt of Philadel PORTRAIT FREE OF CHARGE. The only con p Junction... 8 49! a m
; ,the cat higher On.:propose whose condition phia. One night while we were all Bideration imposed upon von will be that you ex- The claim made for this medicine is a 10 55 p m..Orange City Junc... 9 25 a m
with"o"Cpeop-lo
I; question asleep except a German fireman named hibit it to your friends as a sample of our work, We maintain that it is 100 11 50 p m..Ar Sanford Lv..... 8 05 a m
.has suddenly and radically been modest one-
:' and assist ns in securing orders; .I o.that yon Daily .
the of this Plagg, who was on watch, he suddenly that the better than Quine and 100 in except Sunday.
changed, and that by power promise to have it framed suitably eo tmes years
No.78
I Christian civilization shall rise to man became insane and jumped overboard.We work will show to advantage. Write your full advance of the profession in the treatment connects at Palatka Junction with
too weak to him. We back of to ItA Florida Southern
and address
were save were name on photo secure Railway.
hood that shAll be distinguished for ofall feversfrom the
mostmalignant
without and steered the safety guarantee its return. Our offer 1* rood types
purity for for intelligenceand a compass, by of Billions Hemorrhagic fever to the Sanford and Lake EnsUe Railway.
'industry for a few days only and the sample portrait simplest .
and stars Eleven
's' for renown Tll18.is the solemn sun by day by night worth $30. being us fine a*can be made. Address. form of "Chill and Fever." LEAVE ARRIVE
question-,this is the deep underlying vessels passed us, one, a British bark, AMERICAN FOUTRAIT HOD>.K, For sale by all Druggists.A. No. 113 No. Ill No. 110 No 112 a
& 6 ILL.
certain and 5 :; Washington Street CHICAGO
we are saw us deliberately
thought,of the statesman of to-day, of left us to our fate. When 800 miles oil Largest Life.Size Portrait House in the WorM.11| | B. GIKARDEAU, Sole Prop'r, 5:10 p m 4:30 a m..Sanford..8:20 a 8:45 pm
r' the philanthropist and of the church, Hatteras 28 21 Savannah, Ga. 5:27 p m 4:5 a m..Paoa..7:59 a fc:22 pm
and if Christianity fails to do this then we were picked up by a 5:50 5:57
schooner. I cannot describe in words p m a m.Sorrento_7:34 a 7:40 pm ,
Christianity is a failure. It was no faultof 6:04 m 6:17 m.MtDora.7:22 7:20
p a a
our joy at the sight of this deliverance. pm
your ''ancestors that they 'were'enelared. We were so weak that we had to be C1yde S-tea, sb..ip CC>. 6:16) p m 6:30 a ra.Tavares..7:10 a 7:00 pm
It iS fault'of that their
no yours Daily except Sunday. No. 113 connectsat
lifted the vessel's deck and
one
descendants were emancipated;. so the of our men upon, Ed. Johnson, a Norwegian, New York, Charleston & Florida Lines. Sanford with West India Fast Mail. No.
question..thenreo ra whether you proTO fell overboard and was drowned. 110 connects at Sanford with Jacksonvilleand
I the exception' to what might be called Sanford accommodation for
the rule of history." The Earmoor was largely owned in North. points

Philadelphia..
Two 8olnti.M.Biahoo The following is a list of those who Indian River-Express. ,

Newman then referred to the were lost: Richard J. Grey, master No. 27 No. 78

past history of the race, and said: A. Painter, first mate; H. Soulas, first lOOp. m-Lv.Jacksonville Ar.12 45 m

"Your problem, to the observer, contains engineer W. Dummer, boatswain; 2 40 p m..Palatka Juni!tion..10 45 p m

who two features. Tho one is that those Stephen Perry, steward-all of Philadelphia 48 p m..........Palatka..........10 40 p p m

conducted were immediately emancipated so : James Durand, mess boy; 3 42 p m........._Seville........... 9 37 p m
themselves to commend
, ; as Robert ohnson, Carl J. Jurkeisen, Edward 4 20 m..DeLand Junction.
.. 8 40
their p p m c
temperance
pureness. industry, frugality Johnson, William Robinson, 4 57 ........
.
and piety not only to their ownbnmediate Amedee p m Enterprise.... .... 8 04 p m i
James
Chysiatude Leagenore
6 50 p m....Ar Titusville Lv.... 6 00) a m
but to all
successors, coming Heinrich Maas, A. Flagg, James Sin
generations, while their sons and daug}). clair and Herman Tonges, all of Balti- The :Magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed to sail as follows : tusville Daily except. Sunday. Steamers for all leave Ti-
fen have taken advantage of the privllegeo daily except Sunday, pointsto
more. Standard Time.
to them by the munificence ( ) Indian River as far south as Melbourne
accruing Those who were saved are: H. Stone
." of the government which gave second mate and Thomas Metorvm, From Jacksonville to New York. From New York to Jacksonville. at 6:00 a m. Steamers leave Melbourne
them emancipation. second engineer of Philadelphia; and TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS & 8U1\DA\8. I Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 6:00
.: "This new generation is a living em- William Wright cook William Davis, (CALLING AT CHARLESTON) Mondays,Wednesdays Friday Pier 29, River. a m for all points south as far as Jupiter
IROQUOIS, Sunday Nov. 9. at 12-00 oon (CALLING AT CHARLESTON.) all
then with
: Uem to tho capability long contained Ludwig Leder, Carl Crane and A. Foster YEMASSEE, Tuesday .' .6 at 2:00 connecting stage for Juno and
oy the African and of latent capacities pm.. ov. 1. at 3:00 p. m landings on Lake Worth.
of Baltimore.AN CHEROKEE .a
Thursday, 7 at 4.00 a. m to
SFMrXOLK.DELAWARE Wed'udajr, 0, at 3:00 m
-
p.
w Mch unfold them SEMIKOI.E, 12. .. Halifax River Express.
are vet destined to ; Tuesday ,. at 7.00 am Friday 6. at 3:00 p. m
I sea ana astonish the world. For Ido APPEAL FOR AID DELAWARE ._ Thursday, .. 14, at 11:00 9.00 am IROQUOIAYEMASSH Monday, 11, at 3:00 p. m No. 27 No. 78
not hesitate to the branch of IROQUOIS Sunday 17. at a. m : ?. WedVdayFridaj :% at 3:00 p. m _.Lv Jacksonville Ar.,12
say lOOp m 45
YEMASSEE A Tuesday.&e IV, at 1:'<0 p. m p m
For the Destitute Settler In the Northwestern CHEROKEE 15, at 3:00 p. m .
your race has a history as conspicuous CHEUOKEE, Thursday, uU.. at v.OO a m SEMINOLE, Monda, 18, at 3-00 p m 2 42 p m..._Ar Palatka Lv.-10 40 p m "
f&a as illustrious as either of the other State SEMINOLE, ._ Sunday, 14' at 5-00: p. m DELAWARE We.i'fidaj. 14, at 3:00 p m 3 00 p m.....Lv Palatka] Ar..._ 9 35 p m
Branches of 1UIXIani You can rapidly 8r. PAUL Minn., Oct 25.-The suffering IROQUOI1.DELAWARE: Tuesday Thursday, "a. 21f'at S 8 at 6 8.00:00 a a'. m m IROQUOIS Friday.Monday. to 2.', at 3-00 p m 6 00 p m..Ormond.......... 6 25 p m

diver the glo'Y of your past history, among the settlers of north- YEMASSEE. Sunda,., Dec i at 11:00 a. m IROQUOIS YhMASSEF,:, -- Wt d'.dKY., "" 25*'.,, at at 3-00 3.00 p.p. m m 6 2.> p m.....Ar Daytona Lv..... 6 00 a m
and I believe it isinu'Power td rival western Minnesota and western Dakota CHEROKEE, __ Tucfday :: 3'at 1:00 p'm I SEMINOLE, Friday. -A, at 3:00 p m Daily except Sunday.
r the i10t1 01 the past b1. a history more has become so widespread that it has M3IINOLE Thursday..f 5: at 2:00 p: m additional times at stations not named

C 6'Ol1oua Ul the''fUture.. been decided to appeal to the principal For Information Regarding Freight and Passage, apply to above, and for general information, applyat
Dr. Harts.lTi* Flan. cities of the Union for aid. The chamber city ticket office.
J. A. LESLIE Supt. Jacksonville; T. G. EGKR Traffic Manager. 4 Bowling Green, New York
f Dr: Hari ell, secretary of the FreedElan's of commerce of St. Paul has openeda J. A STEAD.Acent.: Fernandina. Tickets on sale at City Ticket Office, No.
Aid and Southern Education sot subscription list The churches will JOHN L HOWARD T. F.A., Jacksonville J\ M IRONMONGER, T P. A.,Jackonville. 95 West Bay street and at Union depot. II
arty, in an address ,to the conference take up a special contribution on Sun WM. 1'. CLYDE: & CO., General Agent, 13 South Wharves. Philadelphia 5. Bowling J. A. LAUNERD, G. ACXERLY,
ruched upon the negro problem. He day, >iov. 8. Supt. Gen. Pass. Agt. -
fan b, saFbgthat the greatest mis- ;Ramsey county, N. Dak., has a popu. D. F. JACK, General Manager.
oonary field jn the world is the sixteen lation of 7,000. Of these, about 6O( (O

southern ,states among both the white are farmers. The frosts of last Tear cutoff

sad colored people. Continuing, he said the crops generally, and the farmerswere THE
f*great need of the missionary work in obliged to mortgage their farms '

thl south is intelligent and consecrated for seed provisions, clothing eta to CIl7> VITAL FQRBEzuc. .
met "There Is no necessity for being carry them through last winter, and t NEW DRUG STORE;

rid bA = of the negro question said Dr.rLzeu this spring stock, machinery, etc., were
"The is here and mortgaged for seed. There has been a
negro
stay. Not less thanbabies continual drouth the entire season, and Has on hand a Fine Assortment of

fro are born every day in the the crops have been almost an entire

joatham states The ,only way to set- failure.In :By '3ENRS D'U lalt0l': :D. FRESH DRUGt3:{
rf e question the speaker thought is Nelson and Walsh couties there is .
w educate the whites and the blacks.I I alsot destitution. The district in This ta a New and Masterly Medical Treatise, and indispensable to every YOUNC,,Baahtulneu MIDDLE., .1
,Languor, Lose of Memory ,
and OLD MAN who Ie .nfferlngfrom Weakness
ACED Also SPECIFIC REMEDIES. GtMRANTEED4TO
South Dakota embraced within Miner -' _
,
Depression of Spirit, Liver Complaint Diseases of the Kidneys,and all di.1eue8 dependent upon
PraJlna for Their Race. Lake Sanborn and Beadle counties is Aoddeat,KT"! Ie*,Folly,"Woe,Ignorance,Nervous Debility Vital Exhaustion,and CURE the Diseases for which .
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn.. Oct;. 23.-Up. in.like condition but it is surroundedby they and Recommended.Jo.. ,

j1" of 800 representative colored peoleofttiiscity populous towns and cities like Sioux THE ERRORS OFYOUTHANPMANHDOPBmmdtoktther.fungUt. IF.. AFTER USING ANY OF THEM, YOU
| met at the Shiloh BapJR Falls Yankton, Huron, Watertown, ; ARE NOT SATISFIED TVITII THE RESULT.

church Sunday afternoon at U : Pierre, etc., and it is thought that sufficient d.CONFIDENTIAL. YOUR MONEY WILL BE CHEERFULLY BE-',
Price, only we dollar, b1 mall sealed ID plaID wrapper,
**
for to observe a service of prayer 1 relief can be realized to take care Mohr.M.D..No. 381 Columbus Arcane orl'.O.-Box FUNDED.
the race in the south. Theoon3JatiTe of the people for the presentA 3-62,Baton,KaaI. AddressLlririTecture numelOa telUmcmiaIa from high IOUfen, free to all We have no cure-alls, but a different -
leaders of the race in the south This 18 the only ELECTRO.MEDICO PHYSIOLOCY.Ter pabUlhedt and 18 absolutely.comp kte Remedy for Each Class of Diseasefor -
jourage the idea of race war, and are DISASTROUS EXPLOSION. aDd perfect. iDTaluable to all&micted,u l'readaee the Ter'J roow&D4 vital of dlseas.- Affections of the Liver, Lungs,Heart

J?!!:ese meetings teaching the people Sixteen lien Imprisoned In a Burning and Kidneys; for Female Complaints; and
JJ k redress through the laws of the f, Mine. also Ointments for Eczema, Ringworm,
: ILql and faith in God. The exercises 7 Tetter and other Diseases of Jhe Skin. .
bILflSlEted of prayer, addresses And FORT SMITH Ark., Oct 24.-A disas- For aD Diseases of Men by the diattngulahed anUwr.HKTBT Give them a trial and will not be.J.
,. ,sr' and
th :tnaaU penaL Bev. ,a. D. Olden of ,coal mine at Bryant's switch, fifty miles THE 8ENCE ELIXIR OF MANHOOD OP LIFE AND may,THE be coniraltedtoatrtete TRUE E" disappointed. < ,

&0..;__ church, took decided ground south of here in the Choctaw nation.A .teonfideneeiapenonorbyfetteratliUElee ro-. J. B. SCREVEN/v Druggist_ ,
emigration, saying:. ",l('UJe miners' lamp came in contact with a Ked1coI.llJh'mArr.N.: CoiambuiAY.Bo.tonMa.s. ,"'y <
teg of the' powder. The.explosion of '. "I HEARD A VOICE. IT SAID- 'ICOME A.#.' ...."- '. TITUSVILLE, FLA. t '
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OCT. 30, 18S9. ,
THE FLORIDA STAR, WEDNESDAY, -==..::::::::. ,,".

with has made substantial progress, an abusiness tbt -
arrangements
I Florida. was ny is president, made was better here than Jo .
Mann of Jacksonville, to take the i.tI"
FLORIDA STAR. "Pending the proceeds by mandamus attended meeting! of '.Ir. Miles and his syndicate places. It would look a.i if it were
largely 1far.1
R THE present at a as compensationthe
hands taking
the off his ,
legislature
against a board of canvassers the wholesale fruit dealers of Chicago job as the some effort to keep what we laTe phafd

j PUBLISHED EVERY- THTJBSDAY.MIS repealed the law creating such board on the 22nd inst. He said that the bonds of the original company and forge ahead in the game cour: >.. Yet

without saving proceedings or duties required fruit growers of his State had arrived at work progressed.Miles and his friends have been inpossession many of our best citizens seem to d ak
:Mr.
and Mlisler the conclusion that it was waste of Last winter otherwise.If .
WAGERjIor
them
B. by law to be performed by of about one year. the
hundreds wet
time and money to consign done, but in the we vote probability i U that
work
$1.5O per Annum. and incomplete." Held "that the power small packages to towns and villages considerable was force was reduced.Mr. we shall have at least three saloons. ",tfttti'
and I northwestHe presented -spring the working will be heavily taxed,and in
of the board to proceed was gone throughout the his friends in Canada additioaeaQ

6' .Entered at tM Pod Office at TitusriUeat therefore the proceedings against them I as spokesman for the shippers o// and. Miles has been went north to all the summer completing one must support a crowdof from tint* f'
had 10,000.000(ten million) to five-perhaps more. Add to this
Florida who
.
Second-Clou flatter.t dismissed." Randall, C. J. delivered arrangements for a continuanceof rat ::
were send over the cost of the
boxes of oranges to scale. He is now and the original Iiqaon.1t4
t .
the court the last the work on a large
the of of Chicago that
opinion will realize a desperate
THE STAB is the OFFICIAL newspaper country that the merchants Corthrell, of you
with Engineer
#: for Brevard county. section of the opinion was as follows:"Before ; unite and make distribution from here in New York with a dredging must be made to work up trade. Et ..1'te'
and is arranging
further proceedings were had in this (Chicago)." Ex-Senator Mann who is Chicago, and dredges man in the community who does not ti
has the Largest circulation made this outrageous firm to send down scows them is marked. Many who ...
Star tronize
The was'' reported as having be resumedin nov
will :
of the court work
Fla
attention
coast of the month when
on the East case, whatsoever this if all tlfC
of any paper statement has no connection use liquor moderately at will 1 fed
called to the fact that the legislature,, : Growers' union and earnest. must make their .
SQUARE one Inch In space; 24 squares with'the Orange of the calls for a that they peace wfei
A company
.make a eolumn.J then being in session, had passed an act,, : certainly can know but very little about The charter feet from St. Augus- this crowd-that they must pass conctt

r For advertising rates enquire oftbe Editor which had been approved, repealing the : the orange crop of the State when he waterway Biscayne five bay deep, the work to be completed : as*good fellows with them-and soft ,

gal ways enclosing a two cent stamp. twenty-eighth section of the law of 1S6S,, : says that there are ten million of boxes tine to in 1892. The charter grants the :' will visit and drink and treat tbecnrri IIn
t -_.<: ::*-- ----- -- - in the orange belt. The Orange Grow- of land for 'I In other words, they will pay tribute.In .
?; elections by 3,000 acres
relating to the holding of that it well represents company over between the saloon
DR. GEO. M. STERNBEBG, surgeon in ers' union can say between the two points men- the fight DQ
which section the respondents were con. the of the state. every mile and those who will them tie & -
returned orange growers is oppose a-
has just this course very
-the United States Army, dthe the union,, tioned. Land along of this vaval class is i necesBar2r "
where stituted a board of canvassers, an Mann does not represent and when the canalis fluence
from a six months' stay in Cuba, in : section was not re-enacted nor does the 1 I much less then can he represent the fertile completed and valuable between, this point and Day- on the side of the saloon. With this tie =

he has been pursuing his. researches growers. in town government must soon pa* i ijj
disposing
:: reference yellow fever. He has brought repealing act contain any clause saving I There will be a grand celebration at tona there will be no fair difficulty price. their hands, and I would ask any osfid, ::

island specimens of proceeds pending or duties unperformedby I Oakland on November 1st. It is expected of the land at a engineer for thinking man if he doubts that then=.

with him from which that he will continue his them. After argument it was an that the Orange Growers' union Mr.Mr.Miles G. ,Travor states that Spencer work,will be begunas come will be as stated, or if be will fed I.JtC

microbes, with nounced by the court that the present will be well represented. and barges arrive. as secure in his person and property a.'kr -
the the dredges
investigations during the winter at Oranges are being sold on the trees at soon as Matanzas di- the establishment of the saloon agiinii IdIieI
because with the
i At the end proceedings must! be dismissed, $1.00 to $1.25 per They will begin he
Johns Hopkins University. t prices ranging from section is about fifteen miles he does now. Of course can parrbse !'
A r the board of canvassers: being a special vide. This tribute batitilat
1, of this time he hopes to present a general I box.At from Smith's creek, at the head of immunity by paying crcr.
to President tribunal created by statute,and their duties no time in the history of Florida'sorange long to the Matanzas a sacrifice of slf-repect.

f report of his investigations Dr. created by statute, the repeal of the I industry have so many buyersfor the Halifax Work, through has been begun in Smith's In large cities, well police, the zm- '
researches says field. Allover River. ..
the
the
Harrison. "My cash appeared on eral security and peace of citizen are
takes their functions as can- but above it there is no water except
statute of creek
led to a positive away State are received few saloons
Sternberg, "have not the reports inlet here and there. not jeopardized by a ; bat
'F demonstration of the specific cause of the vassers, and they cannot proceed furtherin large crops already disposed of for cash. a small lake or there are three miles three saloons in a small town are unto -

isolated a considerable the matter under any law; and it fol- Do the orange growers of Florida now Nearer the Matanzas canal which will take lead to lawlessness and violence,as ibevt 1-
disease but I have derived from the of the line of the
disease- lows that they cannot be compelled to do realize .the benefit time for the to cut by the past.If .
of bacilli, ? Let the request considerable company
pathogenic union
ble number Orange Growers' who like myself, cold
of this there are any :
of them
the intestines of what the law does not require t be answered inevery through but the greater portion )J
from for consignments the ferti
subscribe to arguments pot
producing germs marsh land. not :
finish what they have com- fifteen miles is through low cs
i not even to "We sell for cash.
: and hare Wti
= yellow fever cases, and have strong hopes case When the canal is completed from St. by the prohibitionists, >
organizations are eftJ
of local considered
menced. Secretaries
what
be dined they
to Halifax River to oppose
of themay prove to the
y that one or more confirmed After the statute of 18S7 is repealed earnestly requested to send to the sec- Augustine through be nearly completed from restraint of their liberty I hope they v3
will
I have my the canal
the specific germ. of the Fruit Exchange in Jacksonville from the ef
Iesa
and retary Haul- reconcile the question point
with saving clause- no one can Inlet. The
of no this to Jupiter
the absence members of point
of
4 previous conclusions as to a complete list view herein set forth and deport a dry !
of water now
control the registration books but super- address. over has a sufficient depth
blood with post-office
micro-organism in the their branch where the rote in the interest of good goreniBesiGEQ. !IT
r a specific and have visors who are to be appointed in 1890, This list is wanted for the purpose of and it is only here and there 31. ROBBIn ..
j and tissues of the patients, member with stencils channel is not the requisite five feet deep.It
each lIS
does it not
supplying
i whose office is now vacant- month
failed to find i in any of my cases the germ and shipping instructions. This has may take the company six ..

YT which Dr. Frere, of Brazil, has claimed follow that an election held December10th been complied with in many cases but to cut the canal through the "divide, ..

of the disease. For this will be as illegal as though held October there are still a large number of local but when it is done the entire Halifax I n
to be the cause will be
and Indian River sections opento .
15th? organizations to hear from. Secretaries -
yet
reason I have given my attention.entirely I will see the absolute necessityfor navigation, and fruit and vegetables DumplingswifK '"
canal.SOBTROPICAL .'' this point.Vhen this III
to the alimentary MUNICIPAL ELECTION. immediate reports. will be shipped to
Ifffe end of the canal completed. the company ..

APPROPRIATION Monday marked the annual arrival of City Point.J. will go to work on the other end. IIIII

a< r Although we have not received any the day for selecting new officers for our C. Phares has sold out to a Mr.{ There is some hard work between Jupiter

t!ii f iVk" communications! advocating the plan we town government. Until the morning of I Wells, of Minneapolis.Col. Inlet attended and to Lake next Worth, and ,from but that there will on the be .I\oy\ Ba1Powder ki

c' suggested last week of raising the funds election there had been little stir among ; Drinkwater (a good dry name), canal will be finished down to its terminus ..
: candidates the two already announced has the lumber on the ground for a. packing St. Stir "
t f for an exhibit at the Sub-Tropical we except house. Biscayne Bay.- Augustine .

have received several letters of a private for marshal. Early that morning I !, 11'f
Mrs S. B. Blethen and daughter Ida

i'' nature, one of which, speaking for that however, the supporters of Doctor I were welcomed back to their winter home A Temperate Tie,,". No dessert is more delicious, wbolaace .

4 section reads as follows: "We are a unit Wilson found there was a strong faction last week. and appetizing than a well-made dcrr&s .

I > against it '(the county appropriation), contestin for T. \V. Smith as mayor, I Mrs. William W. T.Miller has returned I am not a prohibitionist in the sense filled with the fruit of the season. By Ae

fr without liberal subscription by the and that, with the assistance of the colored from Titusville. The almanacs there are of desiring to prohibit the use of liquor use of the Royal Baking Powder tie erst h II Ic
a the
by law. I am not sure it is within always rendered light, flaky, tender and&
more prosperous and "those immediately I vote, there was a chance of his: elec\ not accurate. province of the State to regulate the Personal I gesti" le. Dumplings made with it,bWboiled. a .

benefitted thereby" of our citizens." The tion. The supporters of the ticket broughtout I The indications are that Commissioner habits of its citizens beyond prescribing ,win be dainty and wholesome,nd> 2I

f t writer further says that he belongs to by the business men of our town a I Sanders will be asked to favor the Sub- that each shall so conduct him- be eaten steaming hot with perfect iapra3pRzc

I little week did not lose hopeof Tropical with a well-signed petition. self as not to trespass upon the rights of >tus.One q=nol floor; tbaeos Ijsra.d
.
neither class, but you may place me on over a ago i others.To it three teaspoons of Royal Raking PowcB. "
$10 demand, if $1,000 can the success of their ticket, and at thecountingof Jos. F. Martin has enlarged his house. teaspoon of salt: rub is a piece of batter w lid fit!! 1I
the list for on I say that one shall not use: liquor size of an CM.and then add one brie poaca.psosii
; I be raised." the ballots the straight ticketwas I They are expecting to leave Columbus, because it degrades and brutalizes seemsto the floor;after the bcaer b weD gucd,stir ia i.ibII

.. Now we know there are over one hundred -! found to be elected. The cote stoodas i Ohio home., in November for this their winter me to belong to the church, the school knead off pieces to the of dough consistency lat=e of enough soft boca to doK dory vatmquarters :ts** I I

Indian Rivera 1 follows: and other moral agencies organized by of ac apple (or other frek as daatd wartroQiag
f + property owners on Miss Minnie Joyner has been instru society elevate its members. and lay m aa eartbea 5ih few iHmrt d i
F who do a* veil or letter than our cor- FOR MAYOR: : I the of liquor steam oaal the fruit is teadec Bake Y pcs&sst
can mental in organizing a Dramatic Club. From this point of view use cf txrt* C
'' respondent. If they would come imme- Wilson, 52; Smith, 40; IcDonell,10; The natives are to be astonished in the to any extent short of endangeringthe and In soda all receipts, substitute calling Royal for Baling creaa Fewte i

diately forward and hand in their names Atkinson, 7; Wiley, 1. near future. public peace should not be prohib- Less trouble never fails,male* core Tp- .
FOR ALDERMEN: ited by law, under our theory of govern- and wholesome food and is not a"' .
for $10 or an amount as much higher as Dr. M. B. Sams has an assistant. The tiling:
r ment. Whenever its use, in any manner Powder is *27 t
oomicaL
1 spec
believe that the Turner, 101 ; Belcher, 61 ; Eney! 28; gentleman is at present engaged Royal Baking
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t= they are able to, we young is likely to endanger the public peace made for use In the preparation of tie fea*
.: 4 f County Commissioners would feel em Kellix (colored), 23; Duren, 2; Ray, 1. I upon a set of (embryo) milk teeth-war- the use, in that manner,can Decontrolled nd most delicate> cookery._ fI.
ranted to fit.
powered to give the same additirmal FOR MARSHAL: or even prohibited by the State; but this

{ amount from the county funds to make Myers, 74: Titus, 36. Quite number our City Point people is justified purely as a police regulationand Pianos & OrgansTUNED ;.
in the The
are interested in gardening not on moral grounds. menaceto
the exhibit. The time is short to con. FOR CLERK: also be immediate -
Narrows. They send cheering accountsof the public peace must
r sider this question The Board meets Blake, 68; Howard. 41; Kellix (colored -. the prospect.A and highly probable. It may well be AND REPAINED.G. .

next Monday, the 4th proximo, and if it ), 1. former resident of Indian River. too slight or remote to call for action.I .

; is allowed to hang over another month FOR ASSESSOR: \ 'm. P. Brown, blooms out in John Al- am aware that there are weighty arguments W. SCHUYLEB
the 'of universal
be 107 S. E.Rice 1 Eaufala (col- den's the author of "A Sea in support of plan BREVABDOO,
will Gray ,
i the success of the exhibit greatly ; ; Catalogue as" prohibition ; but while I have fre- P. O. INDIANOLA

impaired if not altogether done away ored), 1. Island Romance. quently felt somewhat unsettled in opinion FLORIDA.

_S f -with. At the conclusion of the count every We have wide-awake Literary and by them I have never felt satisfied All work warranted. Reference fcfjibbed. -t1,

one joined in cheering the newly elected Debating Society. Captain Sharpe presi either of its wisdom or legality. only fur work actsaSJ
It is and is instructiveas above I hold that thereare Charges
dent. growing, Believing ,
ELECTION WIn .
OUR officers, and the best of good feelingswere lone-not for travelling eSFn-
well as entertaining. many places where there is no occa-
our issue of October 9th, speaking manifested between all. The election sion to prohibit the retailing of liquor. Will make a trip to Lake Worth doltIst

t of the new election law supplanting the of Dr. Wilson as Mayor makes a vacancy Funds for the purchase of a circulating This is especially true of the!larger cities, of October, attending to any orderS
secured. The Literary 23
.... the Board of Aldermen which library are being which are generally well policed. Deceived before that tim .
statute of lei, ive ventured to a -ert on Society creates a demand for knowledge.The should -
that the election called for October 15th could not be anticipated before the elec- object commends itself. Whether the sale be prohibitedin .
particular locality depends, in BiTer 1
would be illegal if held, and we further tion. This vacancy will be filled by the Some weeks ago a wild-cat attacked a view any, upon how you answer the ques-my Charts & Haps of Indian

l r rt' stated that probably no special election aldermen electing another member at child of Mr. Roberts at the house. It bit tions: What will be the effect of saloonsin And the Whole Coast of the. United

could be held legally until after the appointing their first meeting. Messrs. Dixon and and scratched the child severely beforeit that place Will they seriously im- States.

of a supervisor of registrationby Paddison retire from the Board-:Messrs. was killed by the grandmother.Hatch pair the general sense of security wnich TIDE f TABLES,
r
good should afford its citI- 1
the Governor in July, 181H O. Five of Brady and Graham holding over another & Son have added a large and zens?government If so they should be prohibitedthere COAST PILOTS "
office their commodious store.
elegant to *
: our attorneys-at-law advised the Board year.With City Point acknowledges its indebtednessto in the interest of good government; AND ALL PUBLICATION

that, in their opinion,the election would our new mayor and marshal we their enterprise for a telegraph office. and upon this ground prohibition is jus Of the Government Coast and Getffct
be illegal, and the election was ordered look for our town ordinances to be con- tified. Survey. .
{. The Rocky Point House has been over- Now, let'us apply this test to Brevard -,
t a 4 ) rescinded tinued strictly enforced for the coming hauled, repainted and so set up generally county. The best guide to the future is obt. Ranson, Canaveral, Fie n& .J.

...A few days later,however, the County year, and we trust that a great many residents that the Captain can't find his hat half the past ; and, as heretofore the sale of SALE AGENT. ;
t
conclusion of who regis of the time. Every room is engaged so has been authorized in
Commissioners came to the our town were only liquor only Titus- Write for Chart covering the PO 'f

t that an election could be held which tered for State and county elections will gays Mrs. Sharpe. rifle, we may take the effect here as typical of coast or river desired, as coos t sl'

would be legal to test the "wet" and hereafter see that their names are prop- am" is off when he intimates that of the result of its sale if allowed erections are taking place. Charts ift1
other portions of the Another
4 k s 4'dry" condition of the county, and ant erly registered in the town registrationbooks. on the its steamboat time schedule.company The is slack-twisted St. Lucie is reason for considering county.the question par- cents each. ,

5- 5 election was ordered for December 10th. The loss of their ballot at this not only a marvel of neatness but effi- ticularly with reference to Titusville, is i SilB .
4 4r
'' Now the point we advanced in our edi- election should be a sufficient reminderfor ciency at this end of the route. that every citizen of the county is liable I SEBASTIAN I LANDS FOR

torial of the 9th was that there could be them to attend to this duty. R. P. Paddison's of the to be compelled to come here for jury for Sale lao lob '\
v Capt. report duty, or other business connected with The Subscriber offers )
no supervisor of registration in this State interest manifested in Brevard' exhibitat the courts. suit Purchasers, some

since the 4th:day of June last, when the The Orange Growers' Union. Raleigh, N. C., emphasized the expediency No one will dispute that up to the last 00 Acres of Selected Port***

the Governor The battle of the draws of representation whenever an ex- wet and dry election Titusfille was .
.new electron law was signed by giants near. considered iedI J.aJ a
.. and became in full force repealing The commission men have heard the hibit is within our means. a hard place. There can be little of the above-nai

of the law of 1SS7. Then clanking of our arms have burnished City Point public school began on the doubt that many re deterred from settling Situated I on Sebastian B1 and bi1J
conflicting parts
their weapons and are prepared for the 14th inst., Miss Carrie Wilraot teaching in this county by the bad account
'.
: how can,we hold an election now? There they heard of Titusville. There RItu.
conflict We have only to advise the her third term. The school numbers some can be FU*
:>,.t .is no provision in the new law that, any orange growers to stand by the union, t 32 scholars. The law regulating the location little question that the reputation of the AND ESPECIALLY SUITED
ft-. out their pledges and they have place was well earned. The troubles immediately WINTER HOMES -
t '. other officer shall send out the registration carry of school houses has secured a
: !*,4 books that other officere I nothing to fear.-Florida Agriculturist.A larger attendance than in former years. preceding and following the 'hese' Lands are in the ivicinity
nor
-: empowers I meeting of the growers of DeLand Mr. C. L. Faber is school supervisor. Hoyt murder are fresh in everyone'smind. of the i
to receive them. and district will be held at that placeon That the sale of liquor was at the i FISHING IIIJ l G.
I.
'I EST
To show that a supervisor of registration Saturday next. President )I Kib- bottom of all this is indisputable. It is BATHING
ben Hon. W. H. Cook will address Work 1o be Resumed on the demonstrated by the difference in the AND SEA
and
f- .; who is a special officer created by
,
-1 the meeting. East Coast Canal. place since the saloons were closed. No To be found in the whole t::;

statute,cannot bold- office after the repeal It seems that the Orange Growers' Mr. George F. :Miles, who represents 'remark has been more common of late liver Section, and hare *V4r7 KTantaee *

of a law creating such office we wish to union or something else has had a wonderful -! the Florida East Coast Canal and Transportation than, "Ah, Titusville is a very; different of Daily 'Communicauoo

;._'' cite a decision of Chief Justice Randallin influence on the orange buyers Company, is expected in this place from what it used to : There is learners with all points north- dlk,

I the case of .the State of Florida, ex from the way oranges are being sold"on city in a week or two and work on the a new element here, and it has built Actual Settlers and Improrerspecially ir
the trees hereabouts.Braidentown canal will then be resumed. There has schools and churches and established law favored. Corrcspcndct
gel, William IXVBloxham vs. Jonathan Journal. been many drawbacks in building this and order. Strangers who have visitedus \ited. .Address.Fruk ,

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.Florida Reports,' section 6, head notes: speaks for itself: "The Hon. A. S. The original company,of which Mr. Den- that the whole State has had Titusville wt.

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.. THE FLORIDA STAR, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 30: 1889. 5

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There Is more Catarrh In this section Important to Land Owners.We EDWARD STILING. ALBERT A. TAYLOR.
than all other diseases putSretber
thecountry and until the last few years hold deed on the following lands,
,
iuppo ed to be Incurable. For arret based on tax title. Original owners who STILJJSrGr: s o TAYLC>R.,

many years doctors pronounced ItJtoctl wish can be reinstated on liberal terms .

disease,and prescribed local remedies by addressing L. D. MACDONELL, Savannah Cocoa Indian River, Florida.
and by constantly failing to cure Ga. ,
treatment, pronounced it incurable
Jrith local DESCRIPTION OF LANDS.
Science has proven catarrh to DEALERS IN"
.
constitutional disease,and thereforerequires W J of N. W. and W I of S. W., Sec.
be constitutional treatment.Hall'sSunn 1, Tp. 36, E. 40-160 acres.
Cure, manufactured by F. J. All of sections 2,11 and 13, Tp. 36, R.

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

6 taken internally in doses from 10 drops I of Sec. 12, Tp. 36, R. 40--400 acres.S ,
t to a teas oonf ul. It acts directly upon i of Sec. 8, Tp. 38, R. 41-320 acres. ..
the blood and mucus surface of the sys- Lots 1, 2 and 3 and E. J of N. W. andS.
, tern. They offer one hundred dollars for W. of N. E Sec. 20, Tp. 30, B. 31- AND AGATEWARE.Paints .
4 case it fails to cure. Send for circtihn 240 acres.
I ur and testimonials. Address F. J.CIIESEY W. i of of N. W. and N. W. of S. W. Oils, Glass and Putty, o '
& CO., Toledo, O. Sec. 27, Tp. 27, R. 36-120 acres. 0Plumbers' TABLE and POCKET CUTLERY,

Sold by druggists, 75. 2 1 W. J of N. E. and W. of S. E. Sec. '

' 8, Tp. 28, B. 37-160 acres. and Mill
Eupepsy. Lots 1 and 4 Sec. 32. Tp. 32, R. 40- BARBED WIRE, x

t This is what you ought to have, in 76 acres. Supplies,
tact.you must have it, to fully enjoy Hfe.Thousands Lot 2 Sec. 22' Tp. 37, R. 41-80 acre. WIRE NETTING
are searching for it daily,and N. E J and N. E. of S. E. Ses. 21, Tp.
; mouruing because they tind it not. Thou- 37, B. 41-200 acres. Doors Sash Blinds WIRE
!
Ands upon thousands of dollars aresofannualY All of sections 15 and 25, Tp. 26, R. and CLOTH
by our people in the hope 30-1,288 acres-Occola county.S. .

that they may attain this boon. And :yet E. of N. W. and S. W. } Sec. 22, Tp.
i It maybe had by all. We guarantee that 26 B. 30 200 Osceola 1Lt'r GrLLJ:1S: :
Electric Bitters, if used according to directions acres- county. BRICK LIME CEMENT \ ,
,
and the use persisted in, will All of section 36, Tp. 26, R. 30-640
5
I' Good Digestion and oust the acres-Osceola county.N. AMMUNITION: :
i iy bring demon you dyspepsia and install instead EupeplY. W. J and S. and S. W. of N. E. SHINGLES and LATH. ,
:;: We recommend Electric Bittersfor Sec. 19, Tp. 21, R. 35-520 acres. FISHING TACKLE.
dyspepsia and diseases of the liver N. of Sec. 28,Tp.21,R.34-320 acres.
.i stomach and kidneys. Sold at 50c. All of f rac. Sec. 14 and S. E. of N. E. Ship Cb.an.dlery: Goods
. and $1.00 per bottle by Dixon & Gray, Sec. 25, Tp. 21. B. 35-104 acres. ,
22 All of Sec. 23 21 R.35-640
'J druggists. All of sections,Tp.11,12, and 13, Tp.acres.26 Agents for ALABASTINE, the permanent coating for walls and ceilings ; For Chattanooga Plow Company's .

' Convincing Proof. R. 30-1,920 acres-Osceola county. plows and cane mills ; Planet Jr. farm tools.
In many instances it has been proven 24.
.a; tnat B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm) made Gauze Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasolene Stoves Coffins and Caskets.ARTESIAN .

'; by Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga., will Master's Sale.
: care blood poison in its worse phases., WELL PIPE .A. SPEOIA.LITY.
eren when all other treatment fails. Under and by virtue of a final decree
A. P. Brunson Atlanta, Ga., writes: issuing out of the Honorable Circuit Catalogues, sample cards and size lists sent free upon application. Correspondence solicited and -
"I bad 25 running ulcers on one leg and Court of the Seventh Judicial Circuit of 3stimates furnished promptly.
. 6 on the other, and felt greatly prostrated. :Florida in and for Brevard county, dated
I believe I actually swallowed a the 30th day of September, 1889, in a STILING & TAYLOR.
7 barrel of medicine,In vain eftorts to cure certain cause in chancery therein depend- ..
1 the disease. With little hope I finally ing, wherein Drucilla K. :McCrory, by -
acted on the urgent advice of a friend her next triend,Charles T. :McCrory, and L. C. OLIVER. F. T. BUDGE.OLIVER .
and a bottle of B. B. B. I experienced
got A. C. McCrory are complainants and W. t<
'; a change, and my despondency C. C. Branning and lleubannah Bran-
somewhat dispelled. I kept using it & BU-DGE
, until was I had taken sixteen bottles, and all ning, his wife, and S. F. :Meyers,Marcus ,

i the ulcers rheumatism and all other Meyers and Simon Blumer, copartnersas .
. horrors of blood poison have disappeared S. F. Meyers & Co., are defendants, I Dealers in
and at last I am sound and well again, will, as Special Master in Chancery, sell
;; after an experience of twenty years of at public sale to the highest and best bid-
torture." der for cash, in front of the Court House
! GEORGIA PINE LUMBER
Kobt. Ward. )Jaxc)". Ga., writes: "My door in Titusville, in Brevard county,
i disease was pronounced a tertiary form Florida, on the fourth day of November, ,
j of blood poison. My face, head and A. D., 1889! the same being the first Monday
i shoulders were a mass of corruption, and in the month and a legal sale day, SHINGLES AND LATHS.
finally the disease began eating my skull between the legal hours of sale, all that t
!, bones. My bones ached, my kidneys I certain lot, tract or parcel of land de-
were deranged. I lost flesh and strengthand I: scribed as follows: Lot number fifteen G-E E Ar.... :B.A.R.D-VV A..R.E
life became a burden. All said I (15), as shown on the map of Robbins & ,
:
mutt surely die, but nevertheless when Graham's Addition to Titusville, whichis
I had used ten bottles of B. B. B. I was recorded in the office of the Clerk of

pronounced well. Hundreds of scars the Circuit Court in and for Brevard Sash Doors and Blinds ; Stoves Tinware and Crockery
can IJObe seen on me. I have now ,
,
24 county, and also the building or tene- ,
been well over twelve months.
ment thereon, and also that other building -

Master' Sale. and tenement now occupied by saidV. P AIJXrTS END OILS

Under and by virtue of a final decree of \ C. C. Branning as a jewelry store, ,

tale and foreclosure, rendered by the Honorable situate upon lot five (5) in Mary Lund'ssubdivision Water Coolers Ice Cream Freezers

John D. Broome, Judge of the Circuit .. of-...her". property... in. block "D"of Refrigerators, ,
Court of the Seventh' Judicial circuitof the town of Titusville, as shown on the
the State of Florida on September 10th, map of said Mary: Lund's sub-division, Screen Wire Screen Windows Screen-Wire Doors.
18SD, in a certain cause in chancery therein all of said land being situate in Brevard ,
pending in the circuit court of reward county, Florida. Terms cash.
county and for the circuit aforesaid wherein Witness my hand at Titusville this 1st POWDER AT NEW YORK PRICES.
Isaac E. Brown is complainant and day of October,A. D. 1889.!
Xeedham C. Bryan and James F. Coachman JAMES SANDERS,
are defendants, I will, as special Master Special Master in Clunceiy. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
in Chancery, hell for cash, to the highest BOBBINS & GRAHAM,
and hot bidder, on Monday, the fourth 24 Solicitors for Complainant.
dar of November, A. D.18&U, the same be- Yum Yum Peach Trees
Old and Reliable. Established 1819.B. .
in?the first Monday in the month and a legal NOTICE. ,
sale day, between the legal hours of
ule, in front of the Court House door in To all whom these presents shall come, greet- ALSO P ESLEYCO.
Titusville, Brevard county, Florida, all the ing-take notice: RED CEYLON MAGGIE s .,
following described real estate, to-wit: All That, whereas,the Board of County Commissioners i ,
thoseeertarn parcels of land situated in Bre- of Brevard county, Fia.:, on a I AND WALDO PROLIFIC WHOLESALE
Tard county, Florida, described as follows: petition of more than one-fourth of the ,
The wet! half of the northeast quarter (W. registered voters of said county, did order On :Mariana Plum Stock. GuaranteedTrue.
I ol X. E. i) and the northeast quarter) of that an election be held on the second FOREIGN & DOMESTIC FRUITSConsignments
the southwest quarter (N. E. t of the S. W. Tuesday of December, 1889, the same being Yum Yum is the Best Peach ever .
I) of section seven' of township twenty-one the 10th day of December, 1889, to decide -I planted in Florida; ripens in April and
(21), south of range thirty-five (35); east, whether the sale of intoxicating liquors I May ; Price,$3.00 per doz. Order now. ..nd COD:1D:11.ss1.on: : : : DI.Ierohan'ts.: :

containing 120 acres, more or less, togetherwith wines or beer shall be prohibited in I 0. IV. IDNER, Tillman, ?Fla. .
all the appurtenances thereunto be- said county for the two years next ensuing 15.3m
longing in anywise appertaining. Terms after the said election.

au!. Therefore, I., Alexander A. Stewart, of Florida Oranges Solicited.ST. .
Witness mv hand and seal this 26th dayof clerk of said Board, do hereby give notice, .
September; A. I). 1889. as required by law, that said election will
[I.S.] J. P. TURNER, be held at all the precincts in said countyon
Special Master in Chancery. that day, to-wit: the second Tuesdayin
BOBBINS & GRAHAM December next, for the purpose set forth. PAUL, MINNESOTA.: : :
_2t- t Solicitors for complainants. In testimony whereof I have hereuntoset
hand and official seal this 17th day
Master's Sale. of October my A. D. 1889. RACE NI We have been the Agents of the Florida Fruit Exchange since its organizationuntil
Under and by virtue of a final decree of [L.S.] A. A. STEWART, this season, when they decided to confine their western shipments to Chicagoand
ale rendered the Honorable
and foreclosure by St. Louis.
Cl'k Board Co. Commissioners.
27 CITY.
FROM NEW YORK
John D. Broome, Judge of the Circuit Mr. A. H. Hawkes-Dear Sir: Yocr PATENT
Court of the Seventh Judicial circuitof EYE GLASSES received sometime since, and am We have been the recognized headquarters for Florida Oranges in the Northwest -
Florida, on the fourth day of Septemberin Notice. very much gratified at the wonderful change that for years, and have the Largest Orange Trade and Longest Experience of
has come over my eyesight since 1 have discardedmy house in the West.
a certain cause in chancery therein pending any
old glasses, and am now wearing yours.ALKJUXDKB
To all whom it concern:
in the circuit court of Brevard countyand may AOAB. *
We have the best Auction Room in the country, and will sell Oranges at
for the circuit aforesaid wherein Isaac I will the Secretary Stationers'Board or Trade.
Take notice that apply to
E. andJohn D. Vann AU fitted at the Drug Store of Auction or Private Sale as shippers may wish. *
Brown is complainant Honorable Minor S. Jones, County 25 DIXON & GRAY TITUSVILLE, FLA. *'
and Hannah Vann,his wife,are defendants, Judge of Brevard county, Florida, at Correspondence solicited. References. Any of the National Commercial Agencies
I will,as Special Master in Chancery, sell the Court House in Titusville, said PIONEER COOPERAGESyrup Local Banks, Jobbing Houses or the Florida Fruit Exchange.Straw1berry .
for cash to the highest bidder on Monday, and State, on Monday: Novem-
the fourth day of November, A. D. 1889, county Barrels $2.25.
ber 25th, 1889, at 10 o'clock in the fore-
the in the
the first Monday
same being
noon, for authority to sell the following to order, ten cents extra.
between the Gauged
sale
month
and a legal day, Plants: september: : .
and
in
situate lying being
'
legal hours of sale, in front of the Courthouse real property,
and .
Repairing.C.
door in the town of Titusville, Bre- Brevard county, Florida, the same being Wheelwrighting Hunan's Improved and Ho man's Seedling, $4.00 per 1000. Order early.
lands of Christopher M. Houston, a
yard county, Florida, all the following described the O. B.
to-wit All that certainlot minor,under the age of twenty-one years,
real estate :
,
of land known as lot number to-wit: Begin 660 feet south of the north Honey barrels and Oval Water Breakers Several Brands of FERTILIZERS specially adapted to our soil and climate-
or parcel
27 south of from $2.00 INDIAN RIVER BRAND, manufactured by an old firm, the Davidge Fertilizer Co.
two (2), of section nineteen (19), in township line of section 21, township up.
Also Bone Meal Cotton Seed Meal etc. and Mapes' andDavidges
,
and 1386 feet east of the Send for Circular. ,
20 south of thirty-six 37 east,
twenty ( range range
)
Tanksand Fertilizers. A full line of Ornamental Fruit Trees. Send for catalogue. .
the bound-
section north
((36)east,according the United States sur- quarter poston
Y'7t together with all the appurtenances ary of said section 21 at die north-east all.kinds of COOPER WORK to order.T. JOHN B. BEACH Indian River Nurseries Melbourne Fla.NAUMAN'S .
,
,
thereunto belonging or in anywise appertaining corner of the tract now owned by one J. JOh SOX, ..
,containing twenty-sevenand 31-100 Harrison; thence south 1::50X east -
Kits,and being in Brevard county,Florida, along said Harrison line 430 feet to Eau LaGrange, : : Florida. :
excepting and reserving from the above thattrip Gallic creek, thence east along the shore Steam Launch Eleanor
of one Ilundred and fifty (150)) feet in of Eau Gallic creek 320 feet to the pub- EACOTT & CO. NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY .
width along the canal deeded to the lic road donated by John C. Houston, THE PIONEER AGEKCY.
Florida Coast Line Canal and Transportation thence parallel 437 feet with the road to addressCHAS.H.NAUMAN Feet 7 1-2 Beam '
37
those of land TITUSVIULE, FLA., For terms and sample copies Long, .
Company and two parcels the south-east corner of Mrs. Mary "
,
deeded bI deeds to dated Samuel November Fox and 19th Charles, 188(5 M.,Bird said Young's land of, thence beginning west 215 containing feet to I TIN&SHEET-IRONWORKERS. Titusville P. 0., Brevard county, Fla. 2 Ft. Draught; Cost, new, $1,800, :
the point ,
two parcels containing each 5,000 square Terms cash. THE. CHEAP
feet, Tmn8 caM. 2 61.100 acres. CAN BE BOUGHT

Witness my hand and seal this 26th day Dated this October MARY V.22,HOUSTON 1889. GUTTERING, ROOFING, Naphtha Lannch "liiinier"Can By addressing ,-

W September[L.8.] 1889., JAMES SANDERS, Guardian of said Minor, Christopher M. And Manufacturing of Tin Ware. be Hired for Short Runs or Cntis- G. 'LOUTREL LUCAS,

Special Master in Chancery. Houston. GALVANIZED WORK,f I ing. For terms and particulars addressW. ...

BOBBINS GRAHAM, D. L. GAULDEN for Petitioner., And Repairing; of all kinds I P. Underwood, Cocoa, Fla. 210 Water St:;RaIUmoreHd.
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The Fire Record. Indian River Steamboat Co. "\iJII!
NEWS IN A NUTSHELLA "FR 08T LINE"
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TOTHEPROSi 'a
Curtis Wis.
of
Fire destroyed the village :
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TRADE IN CHILI. Escanaba, Mich., had a $15,000 fire Sun -
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i e Cablegram of Interesting Items 011 day.Immense forest fires are raging near New Schedules in effect MAY 12, 1889. Having Purchased the "Frost .

Various Subjects, Especially Prepared Orleans. STEAMER ST. LUCIE, and feeling the necessity of
(j for the Hasty Header. Disastrous fires are raging in the
: But One Tiling to Prevent Its Miss Proctor; of Lima, 0., has patented northwest The prairie village of Menoken, near .Leaves TITUSVILLE................... Gam her past Good Reputation as a Swift
JiIiI
Greatness process by which it is claimed 10,000 cubic Bismarck, N. Dak., nea been entirely swept Arrives at Melbourne.................12 noon Great Courier, I ask of the people tCha,
feet of illuminating gas can be extracted away by the flames, and the inhabitants arc tinuance of their Good Favor. I:
from one barrel of Lima oil destitute Returning:

.t And That Is Our Lack of Cincinnati's postoffice leads the largest LeavC5l\Ielbourne..12 noon Will Make Contracts for
The Death RolL
offices in the in increase of .,
/; Transportation. receipts.thirty Cleveland country is next. died Ex-Governor Thurs .Hartranft, of Pennsylvania, Arrives at Titusville.................. 6pm. Delivery of Lumber and
day.B.
The first reunion of the Grand Army of Above daily except Sunday. Lag
f T. Babbitt, the soap man, died in New
Placed Imported the ever held in northern Ken-
TIle Chilian Government QM Republic
York 60. He leaves a fui iun
o C Machinery, Agricultural Implement tuky took place at Falmouth, where patriotism of $5,000,000.Sunday, aged STEAMER GEORGIANA, Cargoes I

*, Tools, Copper and Many Other. and hospitality are met Leaves Melbourne...................... 5am) ,
An oil well has been struck within four
t Thlnr on the Free IJIt-A. Great I miles of Pittsburg court house doing, it is Dancing with Foreigners. Arrives at Jupiter...................... 8pm Anywhere up or down Indian par K

t Chance for Capitalist said, 1,000 barrels per day. The discovery The French and Austrian men-of- Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Be sure you see me before closiog S

WASHINGTON, Oct 23.-Assistant Sec- creates considerable excitement.Ten war which visited Newport this sum- where. eo
-t tracts
Returning : e
retary Batchellor said Friday afternoon cents was the reward given a Potts- mer added not a little to the gayetyof

:, that the action of Chili in placing imported town, Pa, man who found a stray $3,000 the early season, writes a Newport Leaves Jupiter.......:................... 5am Respectfully,

to team, and spent an hour in finding the I core6Jl<>ndent. Entertainments were Arrives at Melbourne.................. 8pm
machinery, agricultural implements -
1 owner. given in their honor on board ship and Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. S. H. BAY f
:, tools iron and other ,
copper, The whisky trust is about to renew ita elsewhere and the officers it is said
M' things on the free list, was a most fight against the outside distilleries. The with the ,susceptibility characteristicof e?* Connection is made at Titusvillewith 4 Owner.A.

friendly act. trust has a surplus fund of between $300- their admired trains of the J, T. & K. \\ Sys- .
our
i "It opens up," he added, "a fine 000 and .500,000( which it proposes to spend profession much., Their pretty method tem to and from all points North, and at : G
t. market for our products. and if we are ,! in making its power indisputable.The young girls very Jupiter with daily stage for Juno ((8 M. Hamilton & Co.,
't''Y prompt to avail ourselves of the opportnnitv only giraffe ever born in captivity of dancing was not, however, cal- miles) where connection is made with I .

it will be of immense value to us. II. made its appearance at the Cincinnati Zoo- culated to recommend them to the the steamer "Lake Worth" for all land- TITDS7ILLE, FLORIDA,
t Of course there is some selfish motive : logical Girdens Sunday. American feminine heart. Whatever Worth.W. .
1 in all these things, and Chili's motive I Gen. :Miles believes that f40,000,000 couldbe mar be the defects of our new world ings on Lake Wholesale Dealers In T

; ; is to encourage progress and development I advantageously used in constructing a I civilization we have made vast improvements B. WATSON, Superintendent.G. .
i but I hare no doubt she was inspired I necessary system of defense on the Pacific I in the art of dancing.Our .

, also by a friendly feeling toward 1 I coast. Congressman Morrow thinks $27- young ladies, accustomed to the D. ACKERLY, Gen. Pass. Agent.D. Indian River Oysters

us. i 000,000 ought to be uses in establishing gun American methods 1 1I
graceful were F. JACK, GeneralIanager.. 'U
We need such a market and should foundries at San Francisco. I quite overpowered at the manner in
I avail ourselves of it The trouble is in I' A band of school-boy incendiaries has been i which these foreign officers prancedup --
r the transportation. We can do nothing discovered at Kansas City. They were reg- For Sale FISH
I and down the decks ,
never reversing -
without some means of sending these larly organized, and called themselves "Cap I ,
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things to their market At present the I tain KidJ's Pets." 1 and stopping the dance with !
F I i such Six of the Best Business Site Green Turtle and Game.
S I German and British steamers are the A conference of colored men will be heldat suddenness that their partners,

only ones that sail into Chilian ports. Chicago for the purpose of forming an dizzy with the rapid motion, were
I orders will soot
I All r"elprompt .
They are not going to carry our products I international league.A obliged to grasp at un carriages, Lots in Titusville, : tentiun,whether by telegraph eattll: n I (

.S to this market vein of natural gas was opened up in railings or any near object in order to letter or person. J:
I "We must have our own transportation the Chicago water tunnel, and several men avoid fa1lin One young girl told Each 30ft. on Washington Avenue and --- -- -----

in order to avail ourselves of the were injured by its catching fire. the writer that she did not recover 100ft. on Hutchinson's avenue. Ft'R SALE.A .

opportunity. This action of Chili wills I The St. Louis and San Francisco railroad from the fatigue of dancing with these THERE ARE THREE CORNER LOTS tract of laud on Indian River i ia tit

inspire commercial activity, but in t will ask permission of congress, at the com- foreign partners for two or three days, of Brevard. cocsbtioz of 8J
*S 4 order to accomplish anything congress ing session, to build 1,500 miles of railroad in county
she buxom and
; although
was a hearty
must be prompt to pass measures Indian Territory.The acres; it being lot No. 3, and south EiH!

1 ;<' granting aid to the American steamers I i St. Louis exposition was a great financial looking maiden.-Chieago Herald. Apply to ROBBIXS & GRAHAM, Titus- of the northeast quarter of section 33,

so as to build up American lines of success. yule ; orDAVID and lot No. :3, being the southwest quarter L

transportation."It I Mrs. Craig Tollivar, wife of the well SUIUPUOU Surely Cured.To S. HUTCHINSON, Trenton, New of the northwest quarter of ettxn

is a matter of transportation. If known Kentucky desperado, has become in- Till .ITOB-Please iulurm your readers thatI Jersey. 20-3mo 36, both in township 31 south, ranged SI
we have no transportation all this congress ; sane. It is thought the killing; of her hus- have a positive remedy for the above-named east. This is a very desirable pieced

I and all the concessions that may I band at Moorhead, Ky., together with disease. By its timely use thousands of hcpelets hammock, soil of rich quality, suitable
be made us, such as this of Chili are of trouble with her two boys, is the cause. A cases have been permanently cured. I shall be for the raising of all tropical frniu. Ij
I glad to send two bottles of my remedy FREE to any W. E. KNOX
h no avail The Chilians are the Yankees few days ago both of the boys threw her to of your readers who have consumption if they will situated at the Narrows, near Enoa port'
I of the south. They are an energetic the floor and beat her with their fists. send me their express and post otiice address.
i office. Will sell cheap for cash. Per
,. intelligent and progressive people and Leading eastern manufacturers of wire Respectfully
trade with them is of great value." goods have entered into a combination to T.34 A. SLOCUM, M. C., 181, Pearl st, New York. House & Painter particulars address
Sign E. M. LOW.
C 1 1 raise tho price of their manufactures, especially ,
;IS NATURAL GAS GIVING OUTt those relating :.0 household uten- Sept. 3. Brocktonisss.
i t I ils. CARDS.
Toungtowo Consumer Notified to Discontinue | I NOTICE.In .
:1 Use Under Boiler Crimea aim .."Iltte... GEOKGS M. ROBBIXS, WALTER 8. GRAHAM, TITUSVILLE FLA. 1
Brevard Secy. Brevard Ab- Circuit Court of the 1th Judicial Circuit
President
PtrrsBUBO, Oct. 2J.-The war betweeni'1' John Platt was shot nad killed by Jnmes
Abstract! Co. tract Co. the State Florida Banded
of of ,
t Mullarkey, near Wheeling Va., because he
the natural companies and their 1I
: gas
A. D. 18S9 In
GRAHAM county Chancery.
refused & ,
: was permission to ride fn his wagon. TJOBBINS ,
patrons in towns of western
1C f'i. vania eastern Ohio and Pennsyl-I I Mrs. Agnes Hochstetter, one of the vic Will Estimate or Contract for Paint- Harry Fisher of Baltimore -'
tims of the Mt. Auburn inclined plane disaster i ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Md. Bill to fore
York is a live topic just now. At died at the Cincinnati hospital Sun- ing anywhere on Indian River. close I
man-
eft Youngstown the Mohoning Gas company i i P. O Box 250, TrrU.VILLE, Brevard Co., Florida. vs. ..
jday.Four Will In all the ounties of the Seventh John V. Baird and Abrapge..
has notified all persons using gasunder practice Can do all kinds of Graining, eitherin
killed
men were by a falling scaffold Circuit and In the Supreme Court Special facilities ham DuBois Baird et al.
"t t
. boilers
to return to coal by Nov. ,
at Bethlehem Pa. and Land Titles. Oil Oak
for Examining Perfecting or Water-Colorsrepresenting ,
' 1' 1. A scarcity of gas is alleged, but in I John Coulter, rich farmer, was gored to Correspondence solicited from Claimants and Heirsto It appearing from tie affidavit of flee
some quarters it is asserted that there is' death by a bull near Darby, Kan.H. Spanish Grants. Money to Loan. 12 Ash. Cherry, Walnut or Mahogany. M. Robbins. went for complainant that

a scheme to defeat a bill before councils F. Parker, of Aurora. Ill, blew his Abraham DuBois Baird is over the age

;. providing for a reduction of gas. I' brains out after his son upbraided him for TL.. GAULDEN: Wood-Filling & Hard-Oil Finishing. of 21 years and that his residence is TO- J

'i At Union town, Pa., the arrests are selling his farm.A known. It is therefore ordered that the

announced of M. L. Miner, president; white man named Roberts was almost ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, PAPER HANGING said Abraham DuBois Baird do pkti

J. E. Ewing, Jr., secretary;A. M. sibs, roasted alive in Alabama by two negroes, Florida. answer or demur to complainant bill

superintendant and fifteen other em- who poured gasoline on him and then set it Titusville, by the first Monday in November,A.R18S9.

ployes of the Fayette Fuel Gas company. : on fire. :Se.]. c mining: : : It is further ordered that thie
f The was granted the I M. THRASHER 1
; : company Thomas ,
Dye a farmer nearEllenboro A. bar
prosperous
,
for
t privilege of laying street mains on a order be published once a week
W. Va., on Saturday hot Edward -
AND
consecutive weeks in the FLORIDA
t condition that the city should be lighted W
Schofield in the breast with a musket, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW ,
free of charge for five STAR newspaper, published in TitM-
years.The twenty-seven heavy slugs taking effect,causing P. O. Box 20. SANFORD, FLA.
. r : company tired of the contract, and instant death. The murder was the Will practice in all the counties of the Seventh STENCIL WORK:, ville, in Brevard county, Florida priorto .

I'4 last night shut oft" the entire city's supply sult of a quarrel started by Dye, who r.ob Circuit and Supreme Court. 3 Aft-TIQQUE AND MOSAIC said first Monday in November, A.

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the in
leaving city darkness. D.
;: They jected to Schofield tearing down a building 1880.
n alleged a scarcity of gas, but refused to which stood on ground owned by him. ALLEN E. HEYSER, Witness the lIon. John D. Brooae,

permit an examination of their wells by Lw Davis was shot and killed by Jim G-1ass i5tLLinin.gFor : : : : Judge of said court, as well as A. .a* .,

an expert employed by the town. The Keene at a colored festival at Drewsvilto Churches Stewart, Clerk thereof and the eal of
and Decorating Dwellingsand
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bailed in $lOu each for Attorney-at-Law Conveyancer.Lake t
t" men were a .
4 Shelby county, Ky., Saturday night said court, at the Court House in Tto .
f hearing. Mellville Taylor was killed by a C&Ye-in at Worth Dade County, Florida. all Public Buildings. I ville, this 5th day of October, A.P- !

CAPTAIN KID'S PETS.1 the coal mines at You '8 Mills, W. Va., 1889. I II
Moaday.An Will furnish Abstracts of Title to Dade Special attention to all :nside Finish: A. A. STEWART, t
'Kids' In Reality Who Obeyed Orders lands.
County
switch
open on the Louisville and ing. Clerk Circuit Court
to Written in Blood. Nashville road at Lynnland, Ky. caused
a ;
KANSAS Cm. Oct 23.-A large number collision between passenger trains Tuesday JONES & ATKINSON, Very Respectfully, BOBBINS & GRAHAM, I

of small incendiary; fixes have occurred afternoon. About a dozen persons were jn. 15 W. R. KNOX. 25-4t Complainant s Solicitors.Circuit r

: l here recently. The polio have jured, one or two perhaps fatally.An Attorneys-at-Law, Court, Dade County,Fton& ..YI

just finished their investigations into explosion of gas in an empty tank can Intelligent Headers7ill A. D.1889. In C/&an
at Florida. notice thatTittws < Chattanooga Tenn. Titusville
,
the crimes, and have discovered that seriously injured ,
Night Watchman Kelly and bruised Will NELLIE L. WARD, complainant
the incendiaries were a ban of schoolboys
h r ranging in age from 11 to 15 Paul, the inspector. J.T.. SANDERS, TS. I r
l! The postof ice at Fargo, Dak., was robbed JESSE WARD, defendant
They were regularly organized
4 Tears. ,
i ; and called themselves "Capt. Kid's by mea who forced the night clerk to give ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Upon the bill in said suit being filed
up the combination of the safe by the -
pets" appli- .Will practice in all the Courts of the Seventh Judicial and due proof made as appear bjto
4 The members are bound by bloodcurdling cation a rod hot p oker. Circuit of Florida.P. affidavit of complainant to the ****.
0. 235. TITUSVILLE FLA. arc not"warranted to cure" all elas3e! defendant rewsWout
oaths not} to reveal the secrets Foreign. Box. or nlscaHcs, hat showing that the said
of the order, and all their plans were The Empress of Japan has just taken pos 11 from a disordered only liver sack,viz:as result of said State. it is hereby orftftfl

carried out according to written orders session of her new palace, which has cost I { that a hearing be had on the fact ebarf-
: signed in blood from the arms of the $4,000,000. She proposes to visit America DENTAL OFFICE OF Vertigo, Headache, Dyspepsia, ed in said bill on the Bret MondijB

I d young desperadoes. The names of next spring. Fevers, Costiveness Bilious December, 1889, and that said Jetf

,x ,,, some of the band are Leroy White, One of the features of the coming celebra- DR. L. T. DANIEL, Colic Ward-do appear before said Court oncf

John Bose, Thomas Moran, James tion of the nuptials of the Crown Prince of COCOA, FLORIDA, Flatulence, etc. before said first Monday in December,

Koran Frank Evans and Will Brit. Greece to the Princess Sophie is to be a general Will be at the Grand View Hotel. Titusville, on For there they are Dot Warranted fn- A. D. 1889, and plead or answer to NoN

Y Will Brit has confessed that the members amnesty of all prisoners in Greece who the First Monday in each )Mouth for one week or falfbfebutareaeuearlysoasitiapo sible to make s bill, and defend against the lam'!and tw ,
of the band were responsible for have passed the age of three score and ten, more. Patronage solicited,and all work guaranteed SOLD a remedy. Price,25cts. facts charged therein, and to do furU *,

many small fires. The leaders of the no matter what the offence may be for to be satisfactory. 11 EVERYWHERE. and receive what said Court shall COBS*' 1 A.

r band are under arrest which they are suffering imprisonmentFrench Notice I der in said cause. >

Sergt. Nogued has been sentencedto TWT D. L. DODSON, to Road Contractor : Done at Chambers at DeLandUiH7th

t i, Sounds From the Athabaska. imprisonment for life for offering to soil The Board of Superintendents of day of August, A. D. 1S89.JOHX .

OTTAWA, Ont, 'Oct. 21.-R. G. McConnell Lebel cartridge to Count Von Moltka. DENTIST Roads and Bridges for Brevard county, D. BROOME. I

of the geological survey, has While returning from an excursion into Florida, will receive sealed bids until Judge of the Circuit Court of Fiona*

4 returned gion between from the his Peace inspection and Athabasca of the re- the interior Thursday the Sultan of Moroccohad TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. November 2,1889, for the making, repairing in and for the 7th Judicial Circuit.HENRY .

rivers. He commenced about to cross a swollen river to get to Fes. Office, until further notice at Indian and keeping in good repair all T. PRIEST Clerk,
300 miles
The sultan crossed safely, but twenty of River City Hotel. Juno Fla. ts.3mO-
public roads
north of the Calgarry, and extended his and bridges, and building .
t his body guard who undertook to swim the of work 8 -...
\' Quality unsurpassed. two lighters according ...
for to
5 operations some 300 miles further river on their horses specifications 'Tq e-- ....
t north in the vicinity of Vermillion stream by the raging flood were and drowned.A swept down. to be found with each of the :: ....., ."..Jk-......oarVOIQE ..,.

This region embraces an area of 30,000or committee is being formed to considerthe J F. LE'VIS.Civil superintendents of the several road o N :4 ,H.write t"Wu M.ww w"ft3 *--. I Ij
t20a.a.lbti.
.0,000 square miles. Little of this question of digging a ship canal to districts in the county-the suPerintendents Ds for I.CAB a C.'a dMa..a.. .,:
con- .
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tract
was ever explored before by white being L. A. Coleman C'S .:;;
t nect Berlin with the Baltic Ma. i Engineer and Surveyor LaGrange, (alr-l) w. ---=
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men. A great deal of it is good farming While Prince William. of WurtembeVg, district No. 1; Frank Boye, Titusville n'.rasa ewns..a
eaR"
r, land, but swamps abound and make it was driving to church at Ludwigsburg, Tit usT'ille, Fla. district No. 2; A. Z. Dixon, City Point, Itn--t saw .". .....

unfit for settlement The trees are Sunday, he was fired at by a man named district \o. 3; John Houston, Eau Gal- unb f.....+..g a...wtl....D.-:fwrpy .. JJa.

ing principally of the deposits spruce of and oil poplar.reported Speak-to be Klaiber, who, upon being arrested, ex- T> B. BURCHFIELD, lie, district No. 4; Thomas J. DeSteu- ...-. .........e19eves.. ..... ...-. ....
claimed: "It is high time Wurtemburg had ben Fort Pierce, district No. 5. Said taU;::::;.::.rr:: 1
certainly a Catholic king." The prince was not hurt bids shall be for one year for each of theseveral ......,...-:
The would-be assassin is supposed to be de COUNTY SURVEYOR.Orders road er a.iael.M] 1
presence of oilThrashed ranged. districts, each district sepa- otber.and.l.gY... .,.. .'.'.. t ; 1i
by mail will receive as prompt rately, and no contractor shall work more M9'e ... .. s-1 i
,; and Led Home. P nenaL attention as calls in person. than one district. The Board claims -5 wbo tM kofcl.f UI ...::M thtbas
BnunNonA: Ala, Oct.21.-A Moody and Pettigrew have been elected the privilege Shall we tart YOU in I
sensation Address: Georgiana Fla. rejecting any or all bids, rMtkrT Write to M i"d bw aD...*.it **Y'. ILan.tarting .. It
was created in the crowded Union senators from South Dakota. and all and every bid offered must be --7 we will dMt JM If/...d..b...d 1QX,.. i ia t
Mitchell UlllCMr vta abead.1 ros r?eat put e* t.take -:!:,.. II
depot Friday evening when Miss Fan- Maggie the actress, married her ;lI-
accompanied with a good and sufficient hold y.o win U tbUto ...
Die Grubbs, sister-in-law Scot Hard- leading man, Charles Abbott, at Long LA RUE P. ELY, bond for twice the.amount OB eeouBt.f a sr.e.d.... iKSZtat1" '.. I
of "
dollar .
the .
bid P".iecrap" 4. :.
incp, boss and for time Branch, June 13 last piTte iiiuort-5|! snaworld.
printer .
some president to be approved by the Board of { ...... h L.a. M ... _...
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Super 1'1. .......IU *-
of tn Clement Garrett CMnnia1tM.
;= e loca1 typographical union. Morgan, a colored man, Notary Public for the State at Large. intendents before the .Lrrt S!_ Grain* ............MI "_
acoompanii by H i wife has been chqsea orator of the senior contract will be .ate4. IAb.ral .. 5. f s_
r g's class oi t.r.a. Big a .T ae.w
% v"*"** ......,. ... .. .
Justice of the Peace 17th Dist. b eoa a a .aJft& eeib .It w a ..
Harvard ..
cowhides, and proceeded to thrash Hard college. let.All wb.r.w .....".,... tom.taiaiag..c.a.ry
in Governor Foraker's bids to be addressed to L. A. Cole- ...... lg..ta tats tb.a..da.f.edwa wte *! N
ing great shapeC A depot officerpulled physiciana that CONTRACTOR & BUILDERof .
eye b.fat.t.owa. Gnat ..............,..b. --..
,. Miss Gruobs oft; and the two his illness is simply a case of inflammation man, LaGrange, Florida. ..... .......make. as arses a..waa d dIaakiag
over 30 Natural ....... '
years experience. ........ .
of the JOHN HOUSTON caa .7 w.
women led the husband bowels. He is Chairman.
: home. Hard- much better, but may finish to tttb uwto wrds. 1M seas.willi P' ".... _ale
ing it is said not be able to'make a specialty. L. A. COLEMAN Clerk. WaaIIy Bill...,Bal,aN ra.lodinia. save,.. -
was attempting to desert any more speeches this 1IaHW,......... .......'=
his wife and two children,. campaign. % Melbourne,+Florida. 6 Titusville, Fla., Oct. 7, 1889. 25 i C.t.AUZ5 CO wbrddw aN -..' :
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if: THE FLORIDA STAR, WEDNESDAY, OOT. 30, 1889. 7'fl'
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''fl'' 7 invite the Trade to consider- my '_' r. .-: f C ',_ ._ IW: THE MUSIC! HOUSE OF FLORIDA. ---

Luge and Very Complete Stock when I HERE WE ARE AGAIN !
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deiring to Purchase f
)+ I CURE A. B. CAMPBELLJacksonville



GROCERIES Fla. J. W ROGERS &

FITS I IWhen Knabe Pianos Weber Pianos, Haines CO.,
r
Bros/ Pianos, Morris Pianos, Wilcox &

White Organs and Chicago Cottage Before an intelligent, appreciative and

I CURE I do not mean merely to Organs.I .
: Ray discriminating
DRY GOODS stop tht-m for a time,and then have them return will Sell and Deliver at your nearest public, present ourselvesand .
A RADICAL CUKE.
1 have again.made I MEAN the disease of station High GradePIANOS make our bow, announcing that we

FITS, EPILEPSY or are candidates for their favors, good

Shoes FALLING SICKNESS, wishes andcash.As .

A lifelong study. I WARRANT my remedy to
CURE the worst cases. Because others have blood is thicker than water so is :
failed is no reason for not now receiving cure.
Send at once for a treatise and a FREE BOTTLB cash better than credit. 'We
of my INFALLIBLE REMEDY. Give Expressand OR propose to-
Hats Post Office. It costs you nothing for a get out of the old ruts, and Sell
our
trial, and it will cure you. Address
H.C.ROOT,M.C.,183 PEARL ST..NEW YORK Goods at Rock Bottom Prices for hard ,

Clothing I .r ORGANSrOR Cash.


We handle a fir t-class line of

LKSS MONET than any other house in the
United States. I Will ship a Piano or Organ to
VALISES auy honest man or woman, on trial, and it not
TRUNKS
satisfactory I will pay freight both ways. $25 Clothing,
cash and f 10 a month on a Piano,and$10 cash and
: $5 a month on an Organ till paid for-not much
more than ordinary rent. On these very liberal
terms anyone can own a instrument. Send for Both Ready-made and to Order.
i GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS FREE CATALOGUE containing information.
Sheet Music Strings,Violins Banjos, Guitars, Ac-
j cordeons, and in fact, every Musical Instrument
jj j that is made and\erylow prices. Send for com- OurGonts'
GENTS STRAW HATS NEAT AND PROMPT. plete Catalogue I have 20,000 pieces of Choice
.Music at 10 centsper copy.

j 1 AT YOUR OWN PRICE. PIANOS A. B. Campbell, Jacksonville, Fla. 5 Furnishing Department


I Can "Beat the Jews" on Low -FOK- Is;Complete.. Nobby Hats from

Priced Pants, to Close Out. ORGANS ScOTTEMULSg1I first-class hands::, and Shoes to suit the

most fastidious. Trunks, Valises and

1 JOB PRINTING Hand Satchels, too low to quote.

f L. & 8. s. M. H. For fine Cigars and Tobaccos we can-

J fJ not be excelled in the county.

FIFTH ANNUAL OF PURE COD LIVER OIL j
LADIES'DRESS We earnestly ask an inspection of our
AJS HYPOPHOSPHITESAlmost
CLEARANCE SALE Goods before buying elsewhere.J. .
SUCH A&LETTERHEADS
Palatable Milk.
June I to Aug. I IJ889. as as
DRESSGOODS So dUgntscd that it can be taken W. Rogers & Co., '
digested, and assimilated by th. most ,
sensitive stomach, when the plain oil
! $25,000'Vorth tannot be tolerated; and by the coxa
nutation of the oil with the hypophos ,
phites is much more efficacious. '
of Pianos and '
Organs Remarkable as a flesh producer '
from best makers to be closed
out regardless of cost ralue. Persons gain rapidly while taking It.SCOTT'S S. H. RAY
Stock too large. Must convert
MILLINERY tfOTE-IIEADS; into cash or installment assets. EMULSION is acknowledged by ,
Physicians to be the Finest and Best preparation ."
9bABIES' Some,entirely NEW INSTRU- in the world for the relief and cure of
BILL-DEADS, DLENTS not used a day. CONSUMPTION, SCROFULA TITUSVILLE, FLA. s sOeo'I
Some Nearly New nsed few
a
months only GENERAL DEBILITY, WASTING
Softie,used DISEASES, EMACIATION,
a year or BO.-Some
HATS used two to three years. COLDS and CHRONIC COUCHS.
STATEMENTS, Some,fine Second Hands cn The great remedy for Consumption, and
l.: In exchange, and made new In Wasting in Children. Sold by all Druggist Merchandise
oar repair Factory lie-polished
Ladies' Under ear Ite-strnnjr. Restored in Tone ,
; CIRCULARS, and Action, and made good for If any dealer says he has the W.L.Donffla:
Shoes without name and price stamped 01
yearn of 8erTice.BARGAINS. the bottom, put him down as a fraud.y' STORE.
EVERY ONE.
Prints,5cts., FOLDERS,

Lawns lets., EASY TERMS,

Ginghams, 7cts., Your OWN TERMS almost. .
Very light Monthly Payments,
: Standard Cotton Checks, 7cts. INVITATIONS, or Small Cash Payment and bal -_, I propose to keep
I ance when yon set ready.GASH .
: Ping fcte.,

1 Needles, Set*., PROGRAMMES, BUYS CHEAP. A First-Class Stook

1 Jean, 20cts., Give yon all the time wanted
bnt SPOT CASH will save you f
, Spool Cotton, 2cts., STREAMERS, money. TRY US ON. We will Y ;;y4r.4 -0PGROCERIES-
Brown Cottons,Gets., meet you every time.PIANOS.

; Ladies Lace :Mitts. 15cts. and 20cts. DODGERS,

: Udies' Kid Gloves 75cts. to $1.00; reduced

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from $1.00 and $1.25. ladies' $50 $75 $100 $150.ORGANS :
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J Spring and Summer Huts-V cry Low to
Qoee Out. BUSINESS CARDS, ,
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WEDDING CARDS, $24, $35$50, $75. W. L. DOUCLAS

DRY GOODS
1 tm prepared with several Carlo&JL.ofFERTILIZERS OR
VISITING CARDS. WRITE FOR BARGAIN SHEET. $3 SHOE GENTLEMEN.Beat ,

in the world. Examine his
CLEARANCE SALE 85.00 GENUINE HAND-SEWED SHOE.
S 84.00 HAND-SEWED WELT SHOE. NOTIONS
1 83.5O>> POLICE AND FARMERS' SHOE. ,
SUMMER 1889.LUDDEN&BATESS.M.H.. 82.50 EXTRA VALUE CALF SHOE.
.WORKINGSIAN'S SHOE.
82.00 and 81.75 BOYS' SCHOOL SHOESAll
made In Congress,Button and Lace. Hens' Ladies' & Chlidrens'sIwEs .
To supply the wants in this line. SEND YOUR ORDERSTO i .
W. L. DOUCLAS :Jt
SAVANNAH GA.
,
Kainit
FOR
Potash S3 SHOE LADIES.
THEFLORIDA- Belt Material. Beat Style. Beat Fitting. .
Ground Bone, If not sold by: your dealer write
MASS
W.L. EtoUGLAS. BROCKTON.
Ash Element, Examine W. L. Douglas $2 Shoes for ALSOCROCKERY

Acid Phosphates, STAR Gentlemen.

Cotton Seed Meal, FOR SALE BY GLASSWARE
,
Cotton Seed Hill Ashes, :
C. J. HECTOR
Fish and Potash, JOB PRINTING OFFICE, HARDWARE

Bradley's Orange Tree Sheriff's Sale. Melbourne, Fla.

And Vegetable Fertilizers. Under and by virtue of an execution -:0- AND .

Will meet Jacksonville quotations with issued out of the Circuit Court for the For Sale by

freight added, in same quantity lots. Seventh Brevard Judicial county, upon Circuit a judgment of Florida lately, for U. D. HENDRICKSON, Ship Chandlery Goods:

recovered in said court by Annie K. Lake Worth, Fla.

Hogg a free dealer, against D. P. Smith
Prices Reduced nearly all as administrator of the estate of Frank These will be the main features of my
on Smith, deceased, to be satisfied out of the Pianos business but orders sent me forany-
assets of said estate in the hands of said Organs thing kept in any store in Titus-
Lines in Stock. administrator, I have levied upon and ville will be promptly filled.

will sell at public outcry in front of the ..
Court-house door, at TItusville, in said
county,on the first Monday in November, If you want to purchase a Will Fruits

\ 1 have too many Goods to enumerate A. D. 1889, between the hours of 11 a.m. Piano or Organ, write to the un- buy Eggs, Chickens _
\ Prfcet on all that reduced. and 3 p.! m., the following-described real ,
r are .. estate, belonging to the estate of Frank dersigned or give him a.call. Or any Country Produce my customers ",.

COME AND SEE. Smith,deceased, in the hands of his ad- instruments or friends may bringto
J Can sell you any of the
t. ministrator, to-wit: market. t
.k I Lot one, section three,township thirty of the best and lead- f ..
fill not be undersold
south,range thirty-eight east, containing ing makers at prices that defy I ask for a share of the public patron :
forty-five and one-half acres. Also lot
age, and come as a supplicant, not a .;:;
*
\, am Prepared with CHEAP four, section thirty-four, township twen- competition. dictator, asking for your favors. .
ty-nine south, range thirty- jgbt east,
GOODS, and with Better Goods containing sixty-four and one-half acres. Pianos and Organs sold on tie Installment If courteous and low treatment,good '
to goods figures is
Supply You. Also the northeast quarter of the north- the candidate for
l r west quarter of section three township plan when desired. D connt favor
public ,
south i
thirty range thirty-eight east, con- then I'melected.
taining forty-eight acres. Also lot four,
to Cnnrcnes on Organs. .
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;' forty east, containing' sixty-four for: Plow Co. '. I
Very Respectful1yGEo. ,- range All correspondence will receive prompt Agent Chattanooga / *
and sixty hundredths acres. attention.E. Chilled Plows and Sugar ti
JAMES E. "BoWMAN.Sheri1f ,
Mills.
B. BUMPH Cane
Brevard Co.'
B.:WAGER,

TITnSYIUE, FLA. '.. .. .; ',"i'.,'J,'t '''; RoBBINS Attorneys& GIUIIAM for plaintiff., 24 I TltusTllIe, Florida.. s. .::8:. a,V.

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8. THE FLORIDA STAR, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 30, 1889.

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# LOCAL LACONICS. -Mr. H. S. Williams, of Rockledge, -J. S. Watson & Co. received, to-day. ..., ;., ,t
returned last night from North CArolina. fresh lot of Henderson's seeds.

IJ Jacksonville"-Mr. P. last A. Lorimier Saturday returned evening.Tax .from -Mr. ,A. J. Mitchell came up from -Buy your cotton seed meal of J. S. .

Jupiter last Saturday evening to spend a Watson & Co. They are headquartersfor
.; __ Collector Hall, City Point, was few days in Tituaville. fertilizers.
in town Monday with Captain R. A.
"; Hardee. -Mr. W. R. Knox, the painter, has -Just received, a large stock of furni-
t't, commenced painting the Grand View ture, and will continue to keep a full
-Mr. E. Heyser, of Lake Worth, was Hotel and will, also, include the cottages line. Geo. B. Rumph.

registered at the Indian River Hotel on adjoining the hotel on the north. 11 Money 11 to
Wednesday. Money Money This will will be filled bitP6op1'8
-We hear that Messrs. Dixon & Gray to loan on real estate. Apply to Robbins space lei

\ -Mr. J. Birnbaum arrived here last contemplate making a complete changein & Graham, Titusville, Fla.

i, night friends from were pleased Savannah to,see and him.his many I their the store arrangement Washington of the avenue.interior of in-town Mr.to-day.John Mellor He informs, of Eau us Gallic that ,be i is with a list of Bargains from "Tie a t


-Mrs. Dayton, of Great Bend, Pa., arrived -i -Mrs. W. B. Hentz, who has been collected every cent for the purchase of ,-

Wednesday last on her way to her visiting her father-in-law, Dr. Hentz, at the church organ at Eau Gallie. "

winter home at Merritt.Mr. City Point; and Mrs. E. A. Smith, of The blinds for the Presbyterian Cash Bazaar.

Wm. Jarvis of Cocoa*, made a Rockledge, were stopping at the Grand Church have been received and were :

flying trip to Titusville last Friday, re- View Hotel, Monday.Mr. bein placed in position yesterday, improving i.1

turnIng home the next morning. G. W. Reynolds, of Davisville the appearance of the church.M. .1J J

-Mr. J. B. Beach,of Melbourne, was R. I., was in town last Saturday, on his B. Bunnell. brick-layer and i

in town Monday, on his way Leesburg, way to his winter home at Lake Worth. plasterer, is prepared to take contracts
where he expects to remain a few days. He started south on the steamer Georgiana anywhere on Indian River. Address

-Judge P. W. White,of Quincy, Fla., Sunday afternoon.J. all communications to Titusville, Flori-

} returned from his trip to Miami. Fla., A. Durst, of Crescent City, the da. 24 f
i last Friday, registering at the Grand pioneer well-sinker of the State of Flor-
View. ; ida,is now operating Lake Worth, Fla., -The Board of Aldermen will meet
I to-morrow (Thursday) afternoon for the
all communications be ad-
where '
q -Mr. B. W. Jerome returned from his dressed and information received.may purpose of canvassing the returns of the GEORGE M. ROBBINS, WALTER S..GRAHAM, J. II. BQLLDR
summer visit to Connecticutt last Fridayevening town election and install the newlyelected Atty.-at-Law. Atty.-at-Law. Notary Psific.

and is now at his place at Set -The owner of the lumber sloop Frost officers. Robbins, Graham: cto B.01.11"W r
bastian. Line, Mr. S. H. Ray, has ordered a new .I r
,. suit of sails for his craft. The present -Don't forget the Apron Fair and REAL ESTATE DEALERS, FALL
f & -Mr. G. Loutrel Lucas and wife ar- Oyster Supper to-morrow night at Huck-
d
sails have lasted a long time, having HINDS OF PROPERTY ISOUtiHT, SOLD EXlU'-'GIa.
: rived at this place last Wednesday from abay'a: old furniture store. Miss Katie .
three
been in continual for over
Baltimore, and started the next day for use Pritchard and Miss Jaque Rice have already Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Co., ;

their home at Eden. years.A sold quite a number of tickets. P. O. Box, 250,
boat arrived here last week on a
1' -Mrs. E. P. Branch, of Melbourne, flat car for Mr. E. A. Chatfield of Rock- Messrs. Norwood and Miller, while TITUSVILLE BREVARD CO., FLORIDA.
,
was registered at the Grand View last out fishing last Friday afternoon, in a ;
ledge, in care of Oliver & Budge. The .
4 Saturday. She was returning home after short time hooked fiye bass whose aggregate 4S' ;
and
boat is model and the
.f her summer visit north.A sharpie rig, weight was over one hundred We Buy and Sell all kinds of Real Estate and are sole I Agents fur a b.re I Cat d
northern-
work on her shows that she is a all of Brevard
carefully-selected Properties in parts County. I
pounds. This fish item is a straight one;
last Saturday built
of baseball played boat.
location and
game RELIABLE Information furnished as to character, value c.f iujhv r
afternoon between the First and who can beat it?
{ .: -:Mrs. Deisner accompanied by attor- perty on Indian River. '
Second Nine resulted in a score of 20 to Atkinson, V. Gailer and Fred Los- -Mr. T. J. Eaton, wife and three Our facilities for the transaction of a general Real Estate business are rnx taiy> ,,
8 9 in favor of the First Nine. ley ney, started down the river the first of children, and his brother, Mr. A. F. and eV'eljeffort will be made to give perfect satisfaction to intending Vnrduacatlt

r R -Mrs. Cummings and her daughter, the week to give testimony in the contest Eaton, of Lynchburg, Tennessee, arrived may favor us with their patronage.
here last Saturday, and are located in No listed unless the Title is Perfect. f
Miss Grace, of Englishyille, arrived here case of Michael vs. Deisner,at Sebastian, Properties '
i o last Saturday on their way to their win- before Mr. Kitching I Capt. Rice's cottage _on Main street. Special attention given to Colonies and Syndicates desiring large bodies lev.
ter home at':Melbourne Beach. More people from Lynchburg are expected priced lands. Write for Descriptive Pamphlet.
;, -One of :Mr. T.V.. Smith's horses here shortly.

-The steam-scow Loxahatchee is load- died I last Friday night. It was sick all -Two teachers wanted, one for a GEORGE M. BOBBINS, President. WALTER a GRA1L\I.Sec rtarJ.
ed down with lumber and shingles for that day, but although Tom tried his
school at Fort Drum and for schoolon
;,i. one a
the new hotel at &Sebastian and will start best to save it, he failed. However, he Indian River; males preferred. In- lOro Tvrca.. ..lostrexot of Tltlo Co., "

down the river some time this week. has Quite a number left-enough to drive formation as to location, salary, etc., will Incorporated A. D. 1889. <.

i % -For Sale- -Kirkwood wind-mill, in up all the cows for his dairy. be furnished on application to J. H. CAPITAL STOCK, $. ,ooo $ FULLY PAID; XOX-ASSESSABLE

I. perfect order. Reason for selling have nor -Mr. E. B. Wager is haying an addi- Sams, Superintendent of Public In-
Charges for Abstracts as follows: $3.00 for Opening Number and a0 .for esck ii
g t -< further use for same. For particulars tion built on to his residence,and a. soon struction, Courtenay, Fla. dditional Transfer. For continuing an Abstract the charges are the same,nt,$31
f a apply to G. Loutrel Lucas, Eden, Fla. as completed, the building will be painted -Mrs. L. H. Decker, who has been on for the first additional and 50c. for each succeeding transfer.

A1 I -Mr. M. W. Lichty, of Southport, N. which will improve the appearance a trip north during the summer,has been Taxes Paid for NonResidents.For :.
; C. arrived here Monday to assist of his place a great deal. Mr. E. T. quite ill for some time pas She arrived .
. Sergeant Hersey in tire evening Signal bervice Redding has charge of the work. here from Rosenyert, West Virginia, accompanied IST" a Small Fee we will relieve non-resident land owners f the YOn7'" :
e by her sister-in-law, Mrs. annoyance incident to the Payment of Taxes, and Insure them against loss bf Is
office at this place. Mr. Hersey has had -Mrs. F. H. Villeret, who left hereon
Sale. IT
assistant since Mr. Dorman left. Nelson, Saturday evening, in a very weak
1 no the 14th instant for Lake City on a
condition, although she now appears to be Box 250, Titusville, Fla.
# -Indian River Lodge, F. A. )L, will visit to a sister who has been quite ill, gradually recovering. Mrs. Decker says
= bold their ) returned to town Saturday evening, and 11
regular monthly meeting next she don't want to leave Florida again. -
:k t Saturday evening at seven o'clock. Visiting reports that her sister is much better in During the journey both ladies missedtheir E. L. BR..A..DYDEALER -
health. Mrs. V. looked well after her
: brethren invited to be
r are cordially trunks, which have not come to
,. present--A. A. Stewart, Secretary. trip,and "as happy as a big sun-flower." hand yet IN GENERAL MEECHAMJISi;
-Miss Susie Lorimier arrived here on
f Mrs. Minor S. Jones has been the ,
on Friday evening, from Jacksonville, and -Mr. Stone, of DeLand, was in town TITUSVILLE FLORIDA
,
sick list the week but is improving ,
t during past : to remain about two weeks. Miss yesterday, exhibiting and selling Parce'spatent
in health. Jones has been expects Calls the attention of the of Indian River and '"
Judge sixers and receivers, and people to the Large Completlgel\-
Susie arrived here just in time to partici- orange '
quite busy attending to various matters box and carrier. With of
pate in the dance of last Friday eveningat patent presser -
around his residence and improving his Wager's Hall. Mrs. P. A. Lorimierand one of his single sizers 150 boxes of or- FAN"OY cb STA.PT."W41 3 G-El.OO..I.LP: I :

.,. orange- groves. Miss Laura are expected in town on anges can be sorted per day,doing the GARDEN SEEDS AND SEED POTATOES

r -Mr. Hugh Boyd, of Jacksonville, Saturday.evening.Mr. work well. Mr. Stone will visit City Made a Specialty.

r has secured the building on the railroad J. F. Lewis killed a large bear Point and Rockledge orange growers for Cotton Seed Meal always in stock; and being Agent for the Mapes aad itk
g the of them benefitof
the
wharf which was formerly) used by Mr. near Addison hammock, southwest of purpose showing brands of Fertilizers, can deliver same direct from the Manufacturers Af or,"
L. C. Oliver as a fish packing house, and this place Monday of last week. He was these devises. Mr. Parce, the proprietor at their price. We also call the attention of the public to our NEW SHOtS
c'p will ship and deal in fish: and oysters the out deer stalking at the time, and suddenly is an old resident of DeLand, whereall PARTMENT, which is well stocked in Men's, Women's and Children's SboM.Off
the work of is dtfne.We .
., coming season. he found three bear eyeing him ina manufacturing stock of GRAIN, HAY & FEED, of all kinds, is the largest in this sectka. ,

: f -Geo. Gingras and Mrs. G. Gingras, peculiar manner. One he killed the learn that Captain R. P. Paddison Your orders are solicited, and any correspondence or quotation will be prop?*'
.= of Rockledge; A. Gingras and Mrs. Lib-- first shot and the other two disappeared has received the appointment as ly attended to. S
i r in the tall scrub. agent for the Standard Oil Co. at this
: bie Gin ras, of Pontiac, Mich. ; and W. quickly
r Bailey Port Huron, Mich., were in town -Just after closing the sale of his residence place, and that he will shortly deal in :
JACKSONVILLE O. O" ItiIIO-ro
1 kerosene and all kinds of lubricating oils, MARBLE GO J= : ,
4 Thursday evening, and left for Rockledge and lot last week to the Episcopal ,
also and
Aext morning. Church, Mr. G. F. Ensey made a fly- steam water fittings, packing,
..a etc. He will, probably, locate in the ;Dealers in!
Mrs. E. M. Baldwin ing trip to Tropic and Melbourne, where' HardwareGeneral and
son Charles Allen building near the Grand View
be made for Monuments,
contract five
a haying
acid: daughter Mabel, arrived in town on acres I' Hotel. The Captain will also continueto
Wednesday from Great Bend Pa., where of hammock cleared just north of his 'I take contracts for wharf building Headstone, I'
home which he will
"they have been visiting since last Tropic on plant. and all
submarine
spring. garden truck for the early spring market. pile-driving work. Iron Fencing, Prod |"
They left on steamer St. Lucie next We predict he will meet with excellent
This land is be cleared for
to
ready plant-
Lawn Furniture
morning for their home at Merritt.Dr. success in his new venture.
ing by the first of December.The .
Dodson, dentist, expects? to ar- sloop-yacht Naiade will race -J. S. Watson & Co. want 500 boxesof 31aJ b te, MERCHANT. t

rive at this place Saturday with his full any boat on Lake Worth for a purse of lemons.V55 -....--"'::": ==f[ .Granite Slate, t

I) outfit of dental goods and instrumentsfrom $25 a side, and meet the competing yachtat -J. S. Watson & Co. have the strawberry Onyx. )Melbourne -

; Emporia making Titusville his Eden Waveland.. Now if the owners t plants. Send them your orders. -
?' permanent location. We can recommend of the Arthur B. really think she can Building Store, HAVING BOUGHT THE n1>US ;
him tQ those wishing first-class show her heels to any boat on Indian s. Wire Fencing,

work. & River, why do they say they have no Slate Mantels, RIBAKERY
time to her. There THE BEST WATCH IN THE WORLD
-Work is progressing very slowly on race are several Iron Mantels. BT
the new Methodist Church, the framework boats on Lake Worth that are swift We will Keep on Hand Every

hardly) being up as'yet. Church enough to carry the mail while she is FOR THE MONEY! GraiN.ft4

4 service will be conducted by Rev. C. away for the race. i FRESH BREAD CAKES .Z' .

5.1 C. Temple next Sunday afternoon, at -Captain Tony Canova arrived here 4 j tAyt .

Wager's Hall, immediately following the Sunday afternoon from Rockledge with "ONLY $20.25!!!! \ W Era ALSO -
Sunday School. the Tarpon in readiness to start down t ti

4 1 -Mr. F. C. Allen and wife ; and Mr. the river with Capt. Hughes, a part own- ,i t Bottlers of Sodaiater i

William Munson and wife, accompaniedby er of the yacht, and a party of northern ;;;;; ; I t ,
branches friends who are expected here in a dayor i''
some younger of the family, 8
arrived at the Indian River Hotel, Saturday so. The Tarpon has been neatly) fixed For a 14K. Gold 11"I.I. Ale, and other DfiKs.M

from Salem up for the tourist season, and as she has, Filled, Open Face,
Wis.
evening, They And all kind of Tiline Hearth, Wire Mat, and
_: left Sunday afternoon for their homes: in addition to her sail power, a naphtha 14.K Stem wind Screw in fact anything made of Wire, Iron,or any kind of ALL ORDERS RECEIVEATTtNTION. FB03CT
at motor, she is enabled to make fair speed ruhrn Stone.
Georgians
with_light winds or dead calms. Back and front ease Send for Catalogue, at the ame time stating the .
-Miss Nellie Simrell, who has been with an style of good you are In need of. aa we haTe differ I
r -The Social Party at Indian River ent Catalogue in the different branches of our
engaged to teach the school at Merritt t' basinet. 25 S. A. BELCHER & COXW1' :,
for the winter arrived Hotel. In consequence of the unpropitious ELGIN
season, here last OR WALTHAM 25 Laura Street Jacksonville, Fla.
i Wednesday evening from Great Bend, state of the weather on Saturday PROPRIETORTITUSVILLE ,

Pa. Miss Nellie is a bright and charming evening, the social party was postponeduntil movement. .

young lady, and will, no doubt, Saturday evening next, Nov 2nd, Cue warranted"byy' A. L. Hatch & Son FLA- .
make many friends. at &30, when all who were invited last maker for 21,.ean.WATCHESHnt. ,
week are again invited Mr. Walton
N' by DEALERS L\r -
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-liss Hallie M.Johnson,whohas been -and those who take part in this free 1
.' teaching school at Turnbull, arrived in social-to to any point of the J.
be present. The following will PRITCHA&D,President.
town Friday evening. She has been in DRY GOODS
take part: Mrs. F. B. Sackett, ColonelD. :5, countrywhere there NOTIONS m' "
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ill-health for some little time and w. x.
was L. Gaulden, Dr. W. S. Graham, Las Express Office 3
f under the impression that a two weeks' Messrs. E. B. Wager, J. W. Huntington, x C. O. D.subject to

: a vacation chance to at Rockledge would .give her Jas. T. Sanders, E. T. Redding E. D. S. Inspection before Hardware, Crockery:, Saddlery, INDIAN RMR BIBTitH -

recuperateFlorida Raney, John Cameron, Chas. H. Walton. Stationery, Family Medicines -
purchasing when
oranges, reported by G. S. -The Cleo started for New Garden SebJs
;':.. Palmer, of N. Y.. of date 26th int1t., were and Daytona Sunday morning Smyrna with order is accompanied *Yllle, F1 H* .

t selling from $3.00 to $3.50 per box for Capt. "1'. B. Watson who visits these by JSOc. to pay CHOICE GROCERIES '''
strictly'fancy well colored fruit, inferior points to make arrangements about landIngs Express charges. A GTHERAL BASXTJfGS1CTEB.liU" '
grades $2.00 to
$2.50. Russets
4 5 wanted. Eggplant.t.00 to $6.50 not yet ; etc., for the new steamer which the ,J. J.J.J.J..A. Hay, Corn, rapes Fcrtfllzers. .
per Indian< River Steamboat Company will it.t f0ff00000.
5 S bbl., and snap beans, $1.75 to $2.50 per the TU&ben"&shm kov buk CITY POINT Exchange bought and lOW- *P*
from
;' crate. place on route Daytona to this aa3 tr.ntere.e..... FLORIDA. prompt attention given lOeoD
place this winter Tourists can see the negotiated on first ortg ** "
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-Mr, F. S. Hodges, of Satsuma, who prettiest part, of Florida by taking the Risk for an Illustrated catalogue Banks,Corporations and lndivtda
the contractor the Dissolution. eat allowed on time .*.
was on Jupiter and new steamer St. Augustine from Daytonato deposits.ems"'"

Lake Worth railroad, visited IndianJ this place and then boarding the new WM. H. SPECK JEWELER Notice'is hereby given that the firm of Advances Approved made business upon papetja-,, -

,? J K3M week. We learn'that he made steamer St. Sebastian or the St. Lucie Porter & Potter is this day dissolved by Drafts on all parts of Xurcp r ?
Vtip to'New York City ere he could adjust and making the trip as far south as Jupiter Cor. Lemon and Front mutual consent. Business I.done vor.at consisteo Jackso*yflKvery ft

,. the,.differences between himself and and Lake Worth. When the Sta. 0. S. PORTER, banking, cheerfullyCOBRESPOXDESTS -
F
3 the railroad company in regard to pay I!schedules are arranged the trip can be PALAfcSA PLOD GEO. W. Portia ;Bank olJ .1.
ing him for the work. I made in.. about three or four days. v Lake Worth Jacksonville Fla.: The 8c'abo' +t x .-
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