The Florida star
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075901/00176
 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: November 6, 1889
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
notis - AKR0018
lccn - sn 96027111
System ID: UF00075901:00176
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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Cocoa. Ankona. ,:.
Lovely l balmy weather. Sheriff James Rock Ledge. Averill. .
Bowman made .
us a
Mr. S. F.
Gibbs has
hasty call last bad a number of MB. EDITOR-I am no "knight of thequill" The.first place north of the l
The river is quite lively with steam, week. hands ditching in the low ground. postoffice=*. __
have no desire to figure in is Hasaler's Haven, which is ''destined to
launches now. We hear pleasing rumors of a new Mr. :M. A. Martin is making a good print, but it does seem that Rock Ledge, be a beautiful place. The postoffice was

H& S. Harry Peck and his bride areexpected schedule on the river. showing of vegetables on his Front street 'The Beautiful," ought to come to the named after :Mrs. A. Averill Hassler.

in Cocoa this week to visit at J. S. Keck has gone to the island to lot. front and be heard from ; so if you The Malabar
Cape House
tbebome of Mr. Peck's parents. "hold down" and his homestead.Mrs. will not "give me away," I will make an lies of Refuge
The schooner Cornelia was here Satur- effort to chant her I of Hassler's Haven, and its
Bev Jas. Bolton will preach in the C. T. M'Carty commenced teach- day discharging some lumber for Lewis none of her citizens:praises.do this am,surprised for- genial keeper, J. M. Hopkins, will find '

new M. E. Church South next Sun ing school at Fort Pierce last Monday. K. Smith. they seem unusually ambitious and the new postoffice a great ,convenience
enterprising -
day, Nov. 10th, morning and evening. Elias Matter has made some substantial Major C. E. Graves spent a few days apparently not used to "taking is for not forwarding his official reports. There

The millinery store of Miss Julia improvements on his place recently last week at Melbourne Beach, getting i the back seat," in any sort of way, ex- River a more popular man on Indian -
Eoberts is receiving some improvementsin rid of dyspepsia.Rev. cept when it comes to"blowing their own or one more capable of filling his
i the way of painting and carpenterywork. Saeger Bros are preparing for a visit horns."' i present position than "Joe" Hopkins.
from their mother and brother, from A. B. Dilley conducted service in In relation to improvements, I must The newly-appointed superintendent of
Allentown, Pa. the Methodist Church Sunday morning say all her citizens with the Seventh Life Savin District, H. B.
Dr. L. T. Daniel, the Cocoa dentist, and evening. ceptions one or two ex- Shaw, made his first visit to this station ,
seem determined
A that Rock
to Titusville on Monday topeod large number of people are engaged last week and
went much
shall was
up pleased with the
his monthly week at the Grand in the turtle business here, and are meet- I Look out for cold weather north of us. Ledge deserve her title. Her nu- condition in which he found the -
g View Hotel. ing with fine success. I All day Monday the ducks were flying ,! merous cottages and mansions proclaim government \
south in great numbers. the taste and refinement of their various property.
Mr. Walter Goodyear and wife (nee County Supt. Jno. H. Sams was a re- ,I owners, and the river path up and down Joseph F. Chase.is one of the most enterprising
)Irs. Sherwood) arrived at their home in cent visitor on business connected with T. C. Bass, of the town of Bass was in her lovely shore is attaining a reputation men on the peninsula. He

Rockledge last week, where they will reside the public schools. town Wednesday looking around while which might justly be termed got into the habit of rushing things whilean

dunng the winter months. People in this vicinity seem to be favorably waiting for the St. Lucie. national. Some distance south of the engineer on the New York Central

Mr E. C. Johnson is having a cottage disposed toward the county ap- We heard a rumor a few days ago that hotel, the attractive dwelling of Mr. Railroad; now he is running his gardenon

erected on his place just back of Mrs propriation for the Brevard county dis- a move was being made to organize a Hartwell, of Chicago, is fast nearing schedule time and gets there every
Laura Willard's home. Mr. Blanvelt play at the SubTropical.Mrs. Presbyterian or Congregational Church completion. In my opinion, this will be, trip. He proposes to show that the landon
when completed, the handsomest the east side of
private the Indian River is
bu the contract for building the house. C. E. Chaffee is expected soon here.Mr. dwelling in this vicinity. In saying equal to if not better than on the west

The Tarpon, with Commodore Hughes with her father, Mr. R. Richardson, of Wignell, one of the contractors of this, nothing disparaging is intended con- side. He has now in fine growing condi-

and his friends on board, was anchoredat Blairstown, Iowa, who returns to Indian the Sebastian hotel, came up Tuesday cerning the numerous pretty homes, or- tion white and sweet potatoes, cabbage
Rockledge off the wharf of Mr. Gin- River for his health. We all confidently night on the Georgiana and returned namenting the river shore up and down egg plants, okra, cucumbers, onions, tomatoes ,

gits for a few days last week on their hope he may speedily recover. Wednesday.The for three or four miles.It beets, lettuce, spinach, cauli- '

way down. Mr. Hughes and sister are at W. S. Riverside House was full and two is predicted there will be no lack of flower and beans, with other vegetablesnot

Col. and Mrs. Wade reached Cocoa Tancre's. Mr. H. is going into gardening in a bed last Wednesday, and Thursday guests this season ; and from signs of so common.

last Friday from Georgia, and they will on an extensive scale. The matter is evening more people were in town than active preparation, it would seem that Averill, the most recently established
be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Har- still untried, but we hope his efforts will for a long time past. fully far-famed Hotel Indian River will be postoffice on the Indian River route, is

I'IOn until Mrs. Wade's house is put in meet with the success they merit. Our mail has been off Its cabesse the ed reputation.nrenared to sustain It her fairlv-earn- located 4tn the neninmla- twitnvsw.. *** 4 V>sv ..

readiness for occupancy. last week. Jacksonville papers published whether the seems uncertain ocean and river, opposite Cape MalabarIt :
Tropical House will claim
a is the
Mr. Harry Eyer returned to his home Luke Worth. October 24th were received here Nov. 1st, share of public patronage or not. Thereare now but will only not postoffice on the peninsula
tt Merritt last week after having spent Very dry, and others of the same date not yet ar- in ROck Ledge and vicinity several tinction. Col. S. B.long Craft, formerly that dis-of
some months in Iowa, Ohio and else- But cool and comfortable. popular boarding houses, which I suppose New York, has the pleasant task of
where. Mr. Eyer's trip seems to have Messrs. Allan and Chas. F. Campbellare will be filled with happy guests ere arating the sticky stamps of Averill sep-
Agreed with him "wonderfully well" A. B. Curtis arrived Oct. 22nd to ar- artistically decorating Dr. DuBose's many weeks pass. They must surely ap- office. Col. Craft will make a good post-

The Gem, Mr. Walter Goodyear's range for running the :Mary B. this sea- house, near Trinity Church, with a fin- preciate getting away from sleet, ice and master, for he is one of those handy post-fellows -

pretty little steam launch has been taken son.The ishing coat of paint in latest aesthetic of snow, and luxuriating in this sunny land who can do anything from putting

off the ways, where she bas'reated all the Emily B. arrived from Jackson style. vegetables, fruits and flowers. So a new eye in a needle to building a

summer, and is gaily dancing on the ville Oct. 24th, with a full cargo, which A party of four came in from a home- gardening many parties, it are engaged there in market threshing machine. Considering that he
restless of Indian had to be lightered in the inlet seems should be no has not been here quite two
waters River again. as was so hunting expedition Thursday. They will dearth of years, Col. .
nearly closed. She could not in. vegetables, fresh and sweet, Craft has one of the most pleasant .
probably settle in the Hunter settlement pretty
Mr. Edward Stiling's many friends in easily obtainable, while the energeticand and profitable
Cocoa are pleased to have him home Assistant Keeper D. A. Allen arrived as they are largely engaged in stock rais- obliging person who supplies the In addition to places on lemon Indian River. .
after his from Jupiter, Oct. 24th. He did ing. beef market at sister orange, and fig
again summer vacation of several con- our town of Cocoa, trees, he has grape-fruit
months spent in Maine and Michigan siderable work on his west side place, Rev. J. N. Mulford and Mrs. :Mulford, gives public assurances that he will fur- ligator pears, limes, bananas, mangoes, al
Un. Btiling and Mr. Sitting's mother stayed to Sunday School and left for with her father and another gentleman, nish tri-weekly supplies of beef, and and numerous other tropical fruits cocoanuts all

and sister will come to Cocoa about the home again on the 28th. also a nephew and niece, will be in Mel- other meats. When native beef fails growing to perfection. He has just fin.

middle of December. Church services in the east side school bourne next week on their way to 'Atke there will always be prime Chicago beefto ished planting 2,500 pineapples which

TLe Methodist Sunday School had a house on the 27th, and Sunday School in Worth. rely upon, and which many will prefer makes the total number 12,000.
it is
food attendance on Sunday morning; the new west side school in the after- Freights as more uniform in quality. *
; are heavy now. The St Lu- The dull season is past, and with the advent
eight new scholars joined, all from Mer noon. From next Sunday on there will cie, after discharging a large lot of freightat of autumn air Rock 'I

ritt. On Sunday eight bible reading School.be church services following the Sunday the general wharf, came down and awakening to a realization, that Ledge the seems busy Progress of Inventions Since
and prayer meeting was held in the left
over eighty packages for Mr. Hector season is very near. Even the little 1845. *
church, Dr. W. L.Hughlett leading. A 0. C. Haight has been busy the past Saturday. band of Presbyterians has roused from In the 1845 the
large number of year of
people were there. couple of weeks building skiffs for several The Georgiana brought up a number lethargy and inaction, and every Sabbath the Scientific American present owners

Mr. and Mrs. Holmes, with their four parties on the lake. He also sold his of crates of pineapples and boxes of limes afternoon a small but zealous band of menced its publication,newspaper and soon after com

children arrived at Cocoa from Michiganon sailboat to Mac. Porter, Mac. having Thursday night. The pines were much earnest workers are found engaged an established a bureau for the procuring of
last Friday and have taken up their traded off the one he formerly owned. finer than most of those shipped in the hour or more in Sabbath School work. patents for inventions at home ana in
abode in the McGinnU cottage. The Mac. has had the boat out and thoroughly regular season. It is rumored their little chapel is soon foreign countries. During the 1845

Hill; building, in which Mr. Holmes and overhauled, repaired and repainted !, to receive a much-needed coat of paint. there were only 502 issued year
,hU brother intend opening the banking her, and has her again afloat looking likea Capt. Chas. T. Clayton, superintendent It is supposed a minister will be forth- the U. S. Patent Office patents, and the total from issue

house has just been re-painted and put daisy.'I of the Eclipse Lubricating Oil Co., coming this winter, but no one seems from the establishment of the Patent- _,
at Olean N. Y. is ,
in expected here able
first-class shortly to
order,_ana ere long Cocoa with his speak with authority on this Office, up to the end of that year, num. "-
family. He has
can coast of a first-class banking nouse. Ilypoluzo. rented Uncle subiect. bered on1v._ A.O4T. it. i
Famous weather for MnBride's house for nresfint.. ---- iisfc.---- In regard to works of public interest, Up to- the'" -first---- of r:
Mr. Gay Metcalf and his cousin, Mr. growing our tomatoes July this year ,there # :
Frank Stranahan, returned to Melbourne -also grocery bills. Can't tell Messrs. Fee, Nesbitt & Turner have Ledge will soon be able to point have been granted 406,413. Showing that: .
list week after two weeks' stay in Cocoa. which will come out ahead until the re- begun work on a 3-inch artesian well on with pride to her neat building, which since the publication of the' Scientific- 1
We were pleased to note that Mr. Btran- turns come in next spring.I Mr. Hector's Island place and expectsoon will contain rooms for the public school,. American there have been issued from t
ahan to have a good flow for baths, fountains town hall, mayor's office, etc. In con- the U. S. Patent Office 402,166
rapidly his health patents,
regaining am pleased to announce the fact nection with this
and subject improve-
and lost general use in the Island Ho- and about one-third
strength. Cocoa atmosphere, that our esteemed and valued friend, A. ments, I will call attention to the workof made than have been applications .
the tender and watchful nursing of Mr. W. Garnett, has resigned his position in tel.Mr. general interest carried granted, showing...
Metcalf, and Dr. medical McQuaig is cm by a the ingenuity of our people to be phenomenal
Hughlett's Brelsford Bro store and returned to his keeping us well sup- young man who grew from early boy- and
knowledge proved too much for the bachelor ranch. No man stands higherin plied with goods in his line. Beef, fish, hood to manhood in this vicinity. I refer the much greater than even
jererana Mr. Stranahan came out of the this community, and it gives me un- Chicago sausage, eggs, sweet and Irish to A. S. Magruder, the successful artesian indicate.enormous of patents issued
tattle of sickness the victor. I measured pain to have to state that he potatoes, onions and apples were seen well sinker of Rockledge and vicin readers have Probably.had a business good many of our

Mr A. A. Taylor left for Sanford on will blow the alto horn in the band. there the other night and beets. rutabagas ity. He has surmounted difficulties in through the offices of the transacted

Monday where he will marry Miss Carry Sic transit gloria wmmW-Tuesday and all and cabbage coming. this business that might well discouragethe in New York Scientific American
Burbank, of Saco, Maine. Mr. S. the rest of the week.I stoutest heart but Washington, and
Peck Harry Lewis K. Smith is improving his place, ; he is, though are familiar with Munn & Co.'s mode of
and his bride (nee Miss Blanch Tay- dreamed a dream the other day. putting in windows and building an ad- modest and quiet, a young man of nerve doing business, but those who shave not
nft Mr.), sister of Mr. A. A. Taylor, will meet when all around was still. I did not ition. \Ve hope to see the transpar- and endurance not often surpassed. Out will be interested in knowinjffaometfiing

Taylor' there and be present at the dream I saw Susanna coming down the I ancy bearing the legend, "Oysters, il of fifteen wells sunk by him, now send- about this, the oldest patent soliciting a

CtttmoD1..w Mr. Taylor and his brideon hill. 'Twas a little girl in a Turkey-red luminated very soon. If there is any- ing forth their sparkling streams, varying company in this country,probably in the
known go their honeymoon (to-no one dress, and in her hand she bore a formid- thing finer than a good fat Indian River in force from fifty thousand to over two worl .

(boat where yet) before they return to able-looking document. Thinks I, "Old oyster, opened in a cleanly way that hundred thousand( gallons per day, there Persons visiting the offices of the Scientific '
and settle down in Mr. Taylor's time has Lewis K. has we would like to it. are two which presented difficulties which American
man, your come. It is a con try 361 Broadway, N. Y.,.
rttjr cottage on tbefcbank of Indian stable-ess and she has death war- might well discourage any but a man of for the first time will be
.J ver. your Nearly all the of Mel- indomitable surprised, on
Last rant;i" but I got left; it was somethingworse bourne gathered at young Mr. W._people J. Nesbitt's after energy. One was completed entering the main office, to find such an
week some of the inhabitants of upon perusal. I found a sort of three months of experimentaleffort extensive and elegantly equipped- _
OUt little Thursday evening to enjoy a Hallow and the other in about four weeks.
settlement were greatly alarm of inside tablishment, with its walnut
prospectus a new paper; patent Eve The counters i
ed party. steamer Kathleen
portion over the forest fires m the western go&ipy outside, and of prohibition down from Eau Gallie with Miss came Flor and The is latter located was for Mr. Charles Goodyear, desks, and chairs to correspond, and its .
of Cocoa, as they burning bo-side be on a hill about thirty-five enormous safes and
were proclivities to established if ence Hodgson and Masters such a large number
10 the 6ercel1 and dangerously near some of 1 the 75 voters of Lake Worth would subscribe son and Claude Walton. Kingan The Hodg- feet above the level of the river. It is of draughtsmen, specification writers
cottages built on the outskirts of our for 800 copies. There was one eveningwas exceedingly interesting to hear Mr. Ma- and clerks, all busy as bees, reminding
to*". A party of men went out there passed very pleasantly, and the par- gruder recount the peculiar formations of
lonesome signature for three copies. Did one a large banking or insurance of
oa ticipants say they had a splendid time. I met in these
Thursday and Friday and spent many they want me to see that three, and go two wells away down in flee, with its hundred employees.
hours in fighting the advancing fire. 100 better, thus making 3 hundred according Mr. S. B. Craft has been remodeling an the bowels of "Mother Earth," whose nature In conversation with one of the firm,

were successful, as the wind, fortu- to Zerah Colborn ? The ludicrous old flat-boat and rigging her with sail. had to be arrived at by a process of who had commenced the business of soliciting '
>atty. was not from the west, and all side of the whole affair then struck Being a strong prohibitionist and not mental induction, and experiments planned patents in connection with thepubJication
diziger 1ikin ftnvthJntr wfit. he HpniifpH Mr. to meat Hiinrvifipr} onnHit.inna. TT..
was ...
over by just abaft the of the
Saturday. me centre-board. The --------- &itntiic American more ..
Wilson to make the trlal---t ip-in his all the other"weUs
idea that a confirmed old inebriate like says presented simi than forty years ago, I learned that his
lit Hood arrived here on the 2nd inst bition paper. 'Twas too much for me ; the boat capsized after getting out far comparative ease, requiring from threeto for upward of one hundred thousand inventors .
warn f flu niter county. I turned loose a 10x12 demoniacal shriek enough to be in good deep water. Mr. eight days, after setting up machinery, in the United States and several
Wilson was rescued from a possible watery to complete the work. The last one com thousand in
) of laughter that rent that shingle from different foreign countries
to,.and Mrs. C. T. McCarty will move the roof that*I put on last summer( it grave by Messrs. Joseph Chase and pleted up to date was for M. C. Salmon, and had filed as many cases in the Patent, -
Edgar on the 3rd. Joseph Brisco. of South Rock Ledge. It is a 2-inch well, Office in'
made four dozen match timber), and I : a single month as there were
: lIr.M.R.Mclnnii met a panther a few awoke to find it-not a horrid dream, W. H. Bowman, Fred Losley, Mr. Atkinson -' about 190 feet deepwith a flow of 120,000 patents issued during the entire first .
IIpte a8ox How did you feel, Moses but a cold, stern relentless fact. There and Mr. T. H. O'Brien were pleas- gals.per day. He is justly proud of this, year of their business career. This gen. .'
r Mra. stood the fiery maiden-there lay the ant callers last week. Mr. O'Brien has the finest flow on the river from any 2- tleman had seen the Patent Office grow
1\\ d. 8. Dell bas been visiting )Irs. fatal documents. Reason fled from her I been "over the line" to St. Lucie and was inch well. Mr. Salmon is also proprietorof from a sapling to a sturdy oak, and he .
f Dsr1Ing on the Wand and returned on an inspecting tour toward the Palmetto Grove House, where visitors hinted .
L *>Dfonda throne-I fled the other way, and the lit- Titusville. modestly that many thought the -:
K J. tle emissary fled like a meteor back to He has nearly been laid up with a lame can find home comforts, charmingly Scientific American with ita large circulation .

t The debate last Saturday night was Hypoluxo and her Ma. But somethingmust back for several days but has entirely dispensed by the popular wife of theproprietor. had performed no mean share in 'I I's I

DOlt Interesting we have ever bad be done; there is a shingle off my recovered through the merits of a most stimulating inventions and advancing
! eaWa. ably IUpported by two young roof, and somebody may be calling me a potent plaster We did not learn the !I Mr. Editor, I would like to tell you the interests of the-Patent Office. But it
dl lunatic, the truth should not be spokenat name, but while stopping over night at more of the improvements and works of is not alone the patent soliciting that occupies -

It 1. lie all times. I will take the aforesaid the Riverside it acted with such vigorous different kinds carried on by the busy the attention of the one hundred
r!hplace V?" ll baa improved tbeappearance match-timber to :Mr. Durst and get him energy that it drew Mr. Bowman out of residents of Rockled but I really fear persons' employed by Munn & Co., but a
: with a new 'Ji111ce fence. bed and even drew Messrs. you will consider this article already too large .number
L wi ii i to send it down the Cragin well to get Losley and are engaged ,on the four
* **4 comfort: always up with the times for looks some sulphur put on it, and then I can Atkinson from the other room. Ask either long j.so, with a sigh, I lay aside my pen publications issued weekly and monthly

undersell the cat and mouse business. of the gentlemen if the above is not until the "spirit moves me" to scribble form their office, SCI Broadway, N. Y",. '

:!*ri?Bowman and Deputy J. S. Bell Another shingle must be obtained. My correct. again. Trusting the public will not criti- viz: The, Scutoiijic!! American, the Soimtific -

n.ed yesterday from Fort Drum, credit is not good in Jax-ville, for they cise this article too harshly, I remain :'American Supplement the Export .

they went to deliver tho regutraor do not know me; vice vena, it is not Immediate Why will relief you ooogb Price when 10 cU SbOoh's 5o eta Cure and will KiTe SINCERE FRIEND. Ldition of the Scientific American tua the .
:::":hook for the wet and dry election good at L. W., for they do know me. It by Diction *Gr y,TttairiUe,Fl*. : $1. 1 Architects and Builders ,Edition of the
rt the country wet in the Alia- looks like I might have to go to work.RDTHTEN.. Bbiloh's Cure will immediately relieve Crone, Both The BeY.eo.myself<< and H.Thayer wife. owe,of our Bourbon lives,to lad.S&Uoh's*aj : Scientific American. The first two publiCations ,

Jb Whooping Cough and Bronchitis. Sold-by Dickaon Consumption Cure. Sold by Diction k Grej,TJV are issued every week, and the
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__bakery Tend wrecking the boHei CODSBBJpll Sorely CIU't
cL. main <<.
::Colin was cross-examined br Mr.: throat aad-thrbttle It. Also mar the rooms. The south end of 'the' nail factory To Ttn.rJ'Oa-l'kue: talTn your rssden
Fosterand said that he had never heard man (Alexander Sullivan) who recom- was entirely demolished windowswere I have a positive remedy tar U awHZl .

Members of Camp 20 of the inner circle in Camp SO. He admitted mended IjeCaron to membership thousand in the broken In all the adjoining buildings cues disease.have By been its tits permanently r rj ne t&oasazid cvnd.*K "2?!

I i' that he had been visited by Clan-na-Gael society was a and the wreck was scattered over glad to send two bottle: of mj revedv na'-*
r counsel for one of the defendants. times greater scoundrel than IjeCaron. an area of one hundred: ;yardi. The of your readers who have onuaoptica If n:Send .
On the following Dr. Cronin"sdisap me their express and post allies adial
Beggs and Foster held a whispered conference night damage to the mill and adjoining prop- BH peetrcny.

3 Testify on the Witness Stand was again at this cross-examined point, and thewitness concerningthe O'SuUivan'a ce house, witness and went told to O'Snllivan Patrick erty IB $200,000. No one was injured. T.s.a A.8LOCTM. c.,11. Peed st. s..t t

,'0=: in the Cronin Case. dates of the meetings of the, camp.A that his contract with the doctor was asuspicious Teasels Can Land on Sunday. -
reference to the minutes showed that circumstance. O'Sullivan BosToN Xov. 1.-In a case testingthe AdrlcetoXothen. t
he had mixed the dates and on Mr. had asked him if ha didn't think Dr. legality of towing on Sunday Judge Hn.WmxW3 Soorsac STmCTibs tI.L.- f.
up. b used vnea an eata tsstLTliirlierea
SOME SENSATIONAL EVIDENCE. Foster's motion the minute book was Cronin was murdered by the united Thompson, in the superior court: holds the little ro2ereraioo ;k l.,.
admitted in evidence. This was a disappointment order of deputies. Witness had said that -vessels coming to the port of Boston quiet tl cp,and t&e lisle cherob rvikataia $i I'
That Dr. Cronin Was to the state as it threw a the doctor was murdered by some per- have a right to come to docks Sunday *a tntton." It ia WIT pIeuqt lit .. -r
Proven .
It Ha Been heI the dW4. : tMras.a.DanaA1-
a doubt on the correctness of all of sons nearer home. and that it is a work of necessity rcgBlstestbe bowels,aadi*ttMbntkaonseSfor
; Becarded aj a Spy by His Fellow ClanmenA Nolan's evidence upon which the state The witness was on the. stand when to bring the vessel in whether by sailorson diszrbcBa, vbetber arisn* tno tttezasZ

Secret Committee Wa Ap- relied to prove Beggs practical admis- the court adjourned. board, or b. those in another boat other osa*' Twtatj-flrt mau a beta, "

pointed Which Made Itt Report to sion of the appomtment of the com- towing her." The prosecution was instituted -

John F. Beg* Only. crowd that mittee by saying that it was to reportto PEORIA, DL gpellmaa, Nov. 3lilng.1.-The sheriff of that all Sunday by persona work who of this are character desirous !..tIT A C.w!home SIE:t
CHICAGO Nov. L- order from
I' him as senior guardian alone. this county has received an should be suspended.Money .
gathered about Judge McDonnell'scourt The most important witness of the Cook county to re-t Edward Spell-
Wednesday morning was larger 1\ P. O'Connor, the call- man the district dyi gate of the Clan- for the World's Fair. CHICHESTEWSlIlI tti.j
day was Capt.
than at any time yet The cause of the ing of whose name created considerable na-GaeL Spellmaa was summoned toappear NEW YORK, Nov. 1.-Among fair received the sub- !!
in Chicago aid testify in the scriptions to the "rod IfRaet,
increased interest was the expected excitement. He said that he was a t
H. B. Clafflin k ComPany ne 8171'1I&.rta' essata
Clan-na-Gael witness and that at meeting Cronin case but disregarded the sum yesterday were: .. aet
from the member of Camp 20 a i.dts art
revelation Danham Buckley Jc .,... ... .... :::-
in his mons. He could noh be found here, and $100,000; teed .- ...
Stephen Colleran whose examina- on Feb. 8 Andrew Foy arose E. S. & Company os ytIIt 1h.rlaa.a.'ratus...-.w a.N,
4 $2-000( Jaffrey
weeks. ,
and declared in the existing condition has been out of the itjf for two Company ; in aw
tion was to be resumed. It was thought place of the organization things were His familv claim tbzt they do not know $.JO,000: Sweetser Sembrook & J r ratt*!:

t bj the state than Colleran knew more in bad IjeCaron was testifying where he is, but that he is away on Company 620,000: C. Broadway Bones, t7watuc
E i of the details of the meeting of Feb. 8, before a the shape.Parnell commission ana business for the wlii ky trust. This is $25,000; TeflX Weller&Company, $ 5- GRATEFTIxCOHFOBTlSG.EPPS'S -

f' than had yet been brought out, and an there were four British spies in Amer I denied bv members the trust It is 000, and Henry Hillon 50000.

Aa} effort would be made to induce or compel ica. For urged that the clan should be thought that he has gone east to avoid Lived 109 Yean.GLESS .

him to tell the truth. It was also dissolved and then reorganized under testifying in the Cronin case. FALLS, N. Y., Nov. L-Lewis COCOA

understood that Mr. Foster would make another name, and then every one who Witness From Winnipeg. Andrews, aged 109 years, died at Pot- -
no objection on behalf of Mr. Beggs, was in any way tainted with British tersville warren county, yesterday. He BRKAKFAST.
affiliations could be thrown out CHICAGO, Nov. L-A News special of MBr a thorough ksovled rf the extent 2m
to the full clearing of the secrets of was bright and active up to day
up '
which g Tern the op nticml cf di("tjeeu4u,
,. Camp 2uWhen "Replying to that, said Capt from Winnipeg. Mao., save Assistant his death. not, and bj A eirefol .n&aSOIJluf tit JM..
court opened Stephen'Colleranwas O'Connor, "I said that I was not surprised States Attorney Baker, of Chicago, was -Governor Manning Dead.CilARLFsroN perties of weu..electr3 Cocoa. Xr EmUi its
at the remarks. I said that if Tided onr breakfast table.alt a dewed
called for. The bailiff went to the wanted to look for spies they yesterday closeted for a long time S. C.. Nov. 1.-John L. beverage which may are a*maaj less? A,.
Ante-room and coming back announced: they ex-convict Heifer, and is said to be convinced Manning. governor of South Carolina tors' bUll. It ibj the jndicioatue of MC& .
should look the executive body, ,
among that Heffer's story regarding died at his near Cam- el of diet that a ((D tutietl1n1"
"He is not there. for I had positive information that the Burke's confession is true. HefFer, how- built up until strong ecoofh to resat emery ...
"Has Colleran skipped?" asked the executive committee were thieves and ever, said he had no intention of appearing den Tuesday. envy to di ea>e. Bardreds of subtle tss>ttes sA

i audience one of another. scoundrels; that they were betrayingthe as a witness in the Cronin case Reldental Fire Lose. floating.a weak around point.na.We ready may to eecap tract may wUrmri a fitial ilea tj
Mr. Mills stated that Colleran had order, and that they had squan- unless he was well paid for his services.Mr. BBOOKZ.TS, N. Y., Nov. 1.-A fire by keeping ourselves wen f"'f'jf* been told to be on hand and asked that dered the funds of the order to the Baker also had an interview with yesterday in the residence of H. B. and a properly courier frames "Ord a ...
an officer be sent after him which was amount of $100.000 and that they had Gillitte, the Fargo forger, who was barman, the brewer, caused a loss of Gazette. Hade simply with baa. vattvstsslt
Sold oily in hall-peer d te b Gropes w..c
done. Judge Longenecker asked for sent some of the bravest and best men another of Burke's confidants in the jaiL 820,000. fees : JAMES KITS A CO. 'Sac..
the issuance of an attachment for Ed- into British prisons. I went on to say
Gillitte was yesterday sentenced to Price of Coke Advanced. Che=jata, London, Englaod ...
ward Spellman of Peoria Ill, the district that I had heard a verbal report and thirty in the penitentiary, but theauthontiea PrrrsBUBG Nov. 1. -The market
years ,
officer of the Clan-na-GaeL "He had seen a closely written account of have agreed to hold him in
of coke for the month of November
was subpoenaed in September, but has 400 pages, containing the-report of the the jail here for a day or two, in orderto prices has advanced from $1.50 to $1.75- ('30 CRAYOXPORTRAIT FRtttD
not answered although he said he trial at Buffalo, and that proved these give Mr. Baker an opportunity to ton. ; :
would come when telegraphed for. We facts. Instantly there was a tumult t&oure* sworn statement from him. .: per
summoned him day before yesterday said Mr O'Connor. "A number of I ,While introducing our. foe wtrk. Kve* Mia s

and he has not come" said Mr. Longe- brothers arose and asked me where Igot CHINESE, LEPERS. photograph,we will of cake your yon*!! or a fB aay of BMSfitertfwvfamilr. *.***CUBS
necker. my information. To one of them I FOETKAJT FEEE OF CHAEG" TU .fr its
s' "Let the attachment issue said said: 'You ask nothing.:' Then I Fire of Them Shipped Back to China lie Brings Assistance to His Paralysed ; aidera&oa imps*'d UJ'01ItI1I'fU be t:rt foe<*>
{ I Jotlge McConnelL turned to the senior guardian and said From San FeancUco hibitit to your Inti.il as a epwsfeewl' .
la the Woods.
Master and assist us in **rtntr order: *>OoDlt'llll'
e "if the of calling Mr. Spellman that if the senior guardian demandedmy SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 1. Five .
object ATlLU-rA: Ga., Nov. 1.-Last Monday promise to cave It framed mitaVIy. ss ft*a
e u" is to identify: certain letters between source of information I would give Chinese lepers were shipped home from Denham left his work will show to adTintace. ante Jar ai
Beggs and Spellman it will not it There was more outbreak and I this city yesterday on a Hon Kong morning Robert name and addrt* rn tack of yhoto ti settttie
house with his and to hunt 1 We ::tee ita irtsrm. Otret'et Ypsi
him. gun
J be necessary to summons We will again appealed to the senior guardian. steamer. Among them was Chin Tun
for a few days only, ant the aasffe Iatttaworth
*. admit all those letters" said Mr. Fos- Then Dan Coughlin arose in his place aged 26, who was sent here from :New squirrels. He had not proceeded far $30. being a. tine as can M aF%..*. AAnzucatc
tei. and moved that a committee of three be York where he had been employed as a when he was stricken with paralysis ; Pouurr tkr.L
"We expect to prove other things, appointed to investigate this statementof cook for laborers on the Croton aqueduct and fell to the ground speechless and 5 Jt G Washington Strert. CHICHCO.1U.Largest .
't too" said Mr. H"vnes. mine and find out where I got my works. Chin Tun speaks Englishwell helpless. His dog found him in that Lite use Portrut DR: tm O*tits

In the absence Colleran Dennis information. There was more talk and and that five he hada condition and unable to move his mas- .
1' O'Connor was called. In reply to quo- wrangle, and then the senior guardian bad attack says. of small-pox years in ago New York. ter could only stay by his side, whichhe
tions by Judge Longeuecker, he testified rapped for order and said: 'Will hearno He is a paralytio tubercular leper. The did for many: hours No human aid THE INTERNATIONAL

.t he had been a member of the Clan- more on this subject. I will appoint lepers present a most horrible sight.At came and the day was near its close. ''
na-Gael twenty-one years. He was at I I the committee.' a secret meeting of the board of Going to his master's house the dog TYPEWRITER !
4 the meeting of Camp 20 Feb. 8 He Who was the senior guardian?" health held a few days ago it was de- went in and, whining. fiteously" tried to
U heard Andrew Foy 'make a few remarks I "John P. Begga." cided that the interest of the city would attract the attention 0 .
," but no speech-"no Clan-na- I Cross-examin the witness said thati I be served by shipping all the Chinese He would start away from the house
: Gael man made speeches only re- he did not mention Cronin's name or I I lepers to China. It i* the opinion of whining and barking and going a short i
't marks." He could not remember what ; the number of his camp, but that there experts that these men were tainted distance would return when he found I

Foy said. Capt O'Connor also "made I were men present who understood the with the disease either before leaving they did not follow him. Finally they ,
4 some remarks. He said he had been I meaning and personal reference of his China or brought it direct from the decided to follow, and when he saw this 1 i
: In Dr. Cronin's* camp,* and heard read words. Witness gave a clearer defini- I Hawaiin Island.: he was furious with delight, and set o Tin
the minority report of the trial committee tion of Dan. Coughlin's. motion than a straight line through the woods.
of the executive body Witness did had previously been given. "The obI Sane or Insane. The dog led them to the old man, whom

not know who the executive was that I ject of the committee asked for," he XEVT YORK, Xov. L-Soma days they picked up and curried to the
was on trial I said, "was to ascertain the source of my I I after the shooting and killing of Frederick house where he diedCONDENSED
He further said it was a rule that information-where 1 obtained it." i i Gesswein the wealthy John street
j members of the order should not know Forrest moved that all this testimony jeweler's tool maker, on Sep 13, by TELEGRAMS.

who the executive committee were. be stricken out but this was overruled Christian J. Dehle, the aged invert r Mlntrr Event and Little Happening at
The names of the executive committee I The witness stated that one camp could of Philadelphia, a commission was appointed .
? were not alluded to that night "After i try a member of another, for he had br Recorder Smith to inquire Various Place
Capt O'Connors' speech" said the witness I I known it to be done. He had heard of into Dehle's mental condition. This There Is talk of a cheese trust A strictly first-cLiss macbloe.warmntedr rllf

"someone' moved that a committeebe I. the inner circle as another name for thei commission reported that the old man Pomeroy, 0., has electric light. Made from very bet tt...
appointed to investigate the matter executive He saw Beg gs at the time was physically weak and that his mind Dr. Mandel, of Breslau, has been appointeddean rial by skilled workmen and wit! ..
alluded to by Caps O'Connor. The 1 of the inquest and asked him if he was unsound. The physicians' reportwas of Glabe. best tools that have ever been dtv
motion was carried but witness did not I should tell all he knew and reveal theI received yesterday by Judge Mar- James McCarthy fell from a train at Columbia for the Warranted to des*=

know whether or not the committeewas I secrets of the order. Beggs replied: tine and Dehle was called upon to plead City, Ind, and was killed. that can purpose.be reasonably expected oCg*
appointed. It was to be a secret "res, tell everything. Meetings might to the indictment charging him with Three persons were seriously injured by a best tvpewriter extant. C1pIWI
committee; the senior guardian always ; as well be held in Battery D. Everybody murder in the first degree. He pleaded collision on the Rock Island railroad at Sen- of very 150 words mmoreaccording
Appointed committee s ordered b v reso-' | knows all about the order now." not guilty and was remanded to be tried acaIlL writing per of to

lution. Witness was asked: "Did you I "He advised me to conceal nothing but by a jury on his sanity. If he is ad- A boiler exploded near Hamlet, Ind., killing to the ability 1
hear Capt. O'Connor say that the funds tell everything," said the witness. judged' insane he will be sent to the one man and seriously sliding} five operator.
had been embezzled by the executive.. In cross-examination by Attorney state hospital for the insane at Pough- others. Price, $100.00.
end instead of looking for spies in the Foster, O'Connor said he attended the keepsie, and if sane he will have to It there Is no agent In foorto i
camp theex-exccuthe ought to be investigated meeting at which some one asked when stand trial for murder. The postoffice loose at Aurora, Ind., was robbedof dress the manufacturer,
?" the report of the secret committee some change and two registeredPsckae"ea THE PARIS HFC. ('8. f:'
He replied "I might have heard that, I would oe made and Senior Guardian Corner Stone Laying.Bxoo 5.TII
but I don't remember it" Beggs replied that the oommittee would >;L *, N. Y., Nov. 1.-The corner John Hayden, a railway contractor, was Agents Wanted. PARISH. :
t r
Continuing O'Connor half admitted | report to him alone. He would not stone of the memorial arch dedi- seriously hurt by his team running away at ,'orppD t
that he remembered Capt. O'Connor swear as to the date of the meeting. cated to the soldiers and sailors of Nicholasville Ky. STENOGRAPHT and >* r,
,' saying at the meeting in question that Upon being shown the record ot the Kings county who sacrificed their lives A Chicago burglar, who saw his image in rnnD, WilTING FREE Frt- *
., ,' the ex-exeaplive had sent Irishmen to camp he said the meeting was held on in defence of the Union was laid with a mirror, became so badly rattled that -he class facilities and best t ch6SAi- ?

i England aid then betrayed them and May 10, the Friday after the disappearance appropropriate ceremonies at the Pros- drew a revolver and find dress. with stamp for return po3**;: t
that they:were then in English prisons. of Dr. Cronin. Poet park plaza at 3 o'clock yesterday The supreme court of Indiana has declared THE PARISH MFC. CO.
Ho might also hare said that there Police Officer John F. Collins*another afternoon. There was an Imposing military the$250 licence law valid. The revenues of F :
were English spies in the camp that member of Camp 2G, was the next wit- and G. A. B. parade 8,000 menD Indianapolis will be increased about $100- d'1 i
LeCaroa was a spy and that his friends ness. He said he was present at the being line. Rev. Dr. Wesley R
J 'were in the order in this city. meeting of Feb. 8, and he corroborated Davis offered prayer. Then Gen. W. 000There is great destitution in Dakota. Charts & Maps-ofMaa IitI

r A brief cross-examination by Poster former witnesses: regarding the T. Sherman made a brief address in Crops have failed three times in succession, L
'.... in behalf of Beggs showed that the wit- speeches made by Foy and Capt O.Con laying the corner stone. An orationwas and many persons have neither food, fuel nor A nd the Whole Coast or the tn !
.' ,*, ae a' memory was very defective. "I nor, adding that upon their conclusion delivered !by Rev. Dr. Beherendsand money. States
.. don" remember," w&i81iis answer. Fost Dr. Davis the
( many present jumped to their feet and Rev. pronounced Professor Gosche, occupant of the chair of
r.tried his every mode of questioning hissed; in the midst of which confusion benediction. Among prominent :military literature at the university at TTMtet has TIDE TABLES
'z *':. "-ids memory, but finally gave it up in Dan. UoughUn said something about officers present were Gens. Howard committed suicide by cutting his throat witha COAST PILOTS
despair. but dismissed him after he had appointing a secret committee. At the and Slocum. and among military organizations razor. _
said that he attended the meeting in meeting of Feb. 22 witness heard Beggs, from other states were the F en- The firm AND ALL PtiDLlCATJo:
of Davidson & Seelbach
question because he understoodtnat after IlcChxrry and Powers finishedspeaking cibles of Philadelphia. propri-
important business was going to be excitedly slap his breast and etors of the Phoenix hotel, Lexington, Ky., Of the Government Coast and r
around.that night! That night the bus- declare that the insinuations against Wholesale Arrest of Tramps has been dissolved. J. Hull Davidson will Survey.

iness in question being the minority report Alexander Sullivan must cease at once. BEADIKO Pa., Nov. 1.-Over thirty continue the business
of the Buffalo convention that had Cross-examined by: Attorney Foster, tramps have been arrested during thepast William Griffith an engineer on the Louisville Robt. Ranson, Canaveral ftI1&8.LE !
been read in Cronin's camp. witness acknowledged that most meetings twenty-four hours between nere and Nashville railroad, fell from his
At this juncture the missing witness of the camp were characterized by bad Lebanon and they have all been train;near Hopkinsvffle, Ky., Tuesday, and AGthT..

Stephen Colleran, put in an appear- more or less wrangling, and that when sent to JaiL The Lebanon valley has received fatal injuries. Write for Chart covering the F

ance. Beggs denounced the casting of reflections been overrun with tramps during thepast I Two trains on the Fort Wayne road collided of coast or river desired, u caw
Cross-examined by Foster he said on Alexander Sullivan he also two months and numerous crimes near Beaver Falls, Pa brakeman terations Ck2'..' 1
himself and Burke had worked for the pleaded for peace between the factions have been committed. A large quantity was killed and an engineer and fireman were are taking: pliee.

city, being discharged last December.The even if war were required to secure it. of stolen property was found in possession seriously injured. The passengers' escaped cents each. -
three visits paid by himself and Henry Owen O'Connor gave some of the prisoners, some of which with slight hurt :r
Burke'to Begg office was for the purpose sensational evidence. He swore that has been identified by merchants as The total run of coal from Pittsborg NOTICE.

of securing the bitter's influence Friday March ,1. at the first meeting their goods. It is expected that some I amounts to 6, 85,000 bushels, of which 4,045000 ,- JI. .
__ in getting 'them reinstated. Neither after thereunion meeting .and after of the tr&mpa..w be sent to prison lor : are for Cincinnati, and 3, 40,000 for County Court, \Bretord O'uV, 1"
Gan-na-Gael matters, or Irish affairs or Beggs, McGarry and Powers had made longtetma.Fhiladerphia. LouisvDkL Four barges of coal were bit at By &e County Judge Jar ai4 O ;
Cronin's name was referred to in these speeches he met Dan Coughlin. Dan. I the Beaver bridge.A .... .
inteirciewaPatrick took him aside and told him that the *Taacott. professorship of biblical literature in To all to whom these Prestcome
Henry Nolan a bookkeeper information had been received from PHILADELPHIA, Nov. L-Albert Sutherland the academkal department has been estab greeting:

and financial secretary of Camp 20. was England that thaw was a confederate in who until yesterday was supposed lished at YaK A few men, who desire their Whereas, Mary T. l '
to be Tascott the murderer ot Clevelanit
the next witness. He was shown the the order in Chicago. Dan. ttlen said names to remain unknown: subscribed $30- omeTwichell, applied
*. cash ledge of the camp and read from that the indications were that Dr. Cronin Millionaire Snell will be brought up 000 for the purpose. letters of administration enSophronlus th of
it that Co hlin'e number was 94. was the British referred to for a hearing at Central station tomorrow -I .... "
Be Ia' 256 Cooaej's :O'Sullivan's spy afternoon when the charges of I i Frederick Newberry, a prominent citizen Twichcll. dece -a .
This the first direct
was that avtb
856 and Burke' &. He said that h.W'U had been brought to light to show that forgery against him will be pressed. I lot Des Moines, Iowa. was drugged, robbed, said Brevard county,these tII
stripped of his to cite all acrd
and and admonish
not present at the memorable Chief wood has heard nothing further I clothing thrown into a dt'f1"kindred
meet- Dr. Cronin
was regarded as a spy by his from the ditch by four men at St. Joseph Ma and creditors of aid .
..of Feb. 8, but at the reunion meeting fellow clansmen. Chicago authorities and the The -.- asp '
hope that ho was Tascott abandoned robbers were arrested to be and appear before this 'A.p
of Feb. 23, he heard the remarks Patrick senior
McGarry, guardian of by all those interested in the who The Washington Electric Light before the 13*day of Xotmjg; ...
j(: made by Beggs in reply to McGarr1 ,- Camp 94, took the stand and said that case I company. !...
entertained the idea of the of Pittsburg, has secured the 1SS9, and file objections if" r
,' sad Powers. He was at we meeting of in hiS speech ,on Feb. SB, he indorsedthe receiving contract to ,*
a OOP ward.Furmaee. erect a central station for to the letters as alores
$ granting
Mav 3,and had understood that Beggs wish that 50. ro a very large ejeo
had unity might.prevent it tric light plant in Pain China The wise the same will be granted I&
appointed a secret committee. He rrmchiacry -
but declared that it could not be obtained Boiler
had also associated in his mind the disappearance Explode for the plant has been shipped. testimony: whereof I oavi _
so long as certain members persisted BKLT.ITKT 0- Nor. &i _
1.-One of the officially set my hand and *
of Dr. Croain
with this a p. in blackguarding in secret the large boilers of the Bellaire blast furnace Weather Indications

>_';' ..pent. Thin admission created a man (referring' to Dr. Cronin) that had exploded yesterday with terrible Rafn'preceded' by fair weather; slightly dayofSept.lSS9.lIaoa s. Jam'8lt
.. Nt. the cxrarts tQ take oar! ptioa by t tares.firifcking bro other_. boilers in-ihe warmer,southeasterly wind*, i Ctt &r


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Generosity to,sepoim :'.
si.ooo CARDS.
ii* iscidopt in the life' of tb* gifted, For OD.1": $1.1 Gccmos M. BOBBIXS, WAI.TXB 8. G&LHAX "FROST LINE" TO THE FRONT
,feeorte4 Aad :{lamented Carlotta President Brevard Secy. Brerard Ab-
jnrsi Ten
ft.! if well worth recording, although Thousand, ,Dollars in Souvenirs to be ,Given Away Abstract Co. strict Co.

to low p JT80B9 li maj prove a twice On'the Grand Opening of the ROBBINS & GRAHAM, Having Purchased ,the "Frost'Line,**

lola fale When KIss Hellos maa1eal i and feeling the necessity of keeping up

lijffltj( was to be tested.many.yesrs.ago' i FLORIDA SUB-TROPICAL EXPOSITION ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, her past Good Reputation as a Swift and
York1 A large number of cardsrere
jnKew : P. O. Box 250, TITUSVILLE, Brevard Co.. Florida Great Courier I ask of the people a Con-
... Issued to the musical critics,'amafcox : THURSDAY Will practice in all the onnties of the Seventh! '
and professionals, to the.literaryyd AFTERNOON, JAN. 9,1890. Circuit and in the Supreme Court. Special facilities tinuance of their Good Favor.

theatrical world, and'to; man j high No. Partial List of Prizes. Correspondence for Examining solicited and from Perfecting Claimants Land and Titles.Heirs Will Make Contracts for '
sodal scale making a.lormidsb1e to Spanish Grants. Money to Loan. U
jo the 1. Certified check for.............$1,000
audience tor ,the girl introduction The tenor of with the 2. Knabe upright piano, ebonized case,engraved panels with stool and scarf, 600: D.L.. GAULDEN, Delivery of Lumber and Large'
alanning young 3. Parlor suite, five pieces magnificent broeatelle. with silk plush trim- i

, whom the debutante introduced wassous mines, as follows: One sofa, in terra cotta one large ladies'easy chairin ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
I' on the occasion, for, instead olive, one large gents' easy chair in blue'one large reception chairin Cargoes, r
in triumph: amid thunderous Titusville, Florida.
Jibed ap olive; one large reception chair in old 250
pyres, The't.ofi6eto4nreAmerioeadoonn 4. Pair diamond ear drops, best 250 THRASHER Anywhere up or down Indian River.Be .

prim was that morning decided, 5. Walnut bedroom set, eight pieces, French beveled mirrors................. 200 A.M. sure you see me before closing con
through the ready tact,and unselfishness 6. Set Haviland French china, decorated, 126 160 ATTORNEY-AT-LAW tracts elsewhere..
.r of the little woman In the audience. who 7. Gents' diamond 12S .
P. O. ,
.j Box 20 SANFORD, FLA.Will
cyed to be none other than Carlotta & Gents' magnificent gold watch and 125 practice in all the counties of the Seventh Respectfully, ,
jttii ADd a charming picture ,she 9. Elegant French china dinner 'set, 149 ?ieces........,. 100 Circuit and Supreme Court. 3 .
"jIi 1" Jiad, says one who saw her, umark ig 10. Lady's gold watch and chain solid gold, very 85 E. HEYSER S. H. BAY
; $3 time with her tiny hand, in her anxiety 12. Music box ten 75 ALLEN 4
to help a' woman and a stranger,. 13. Parlor folding bed, cherry 65 Owner..
y pbdng the very crown of success on theotherwise 14. Antique oak hat rack diamond, French beveled mirrors.................... 65 Attorney-aHaw and Conveyancer.)

defeated aspirations, by the 19,986 other souvenirs, aggregating.................................................. $6,899.65 A. M. Hamilton & Co.,
Lake Worth Dade County Florida.

.encouragement voice; and never.of"be her adds.own""until exquisite heart 20,000 Souvenirs in all, amounting to..................................................$9,899.65 Will furnish lands.JONES Abstracts of Title to Dade TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA,
Only 20,000 Tickets bold at $1.00 Each. County
e iroodrous voice of the angels will I Committee to award souvenirs: Gov. Geo. F. Drew. Dr. Joseph Y. Porter, W.
fetor anything so qweet as her lovely A. MacDuff, J. R. Tyson, A. W. Cockerill, jr., T. T. Stockton, T. S. Wilmarth. & ATKINSON, Wholesale Dealers In
Of ringing his part, be merely hummed See Sunday's Times-Union for full list of souvenirs.

", much of the air as was necessary to Tickets good for admission to grand opening of the Exposition. Attorneys-at-Law, Indian River Oysters

serve as a cue to the orchestral accompaniment All orders for tickets\ should be sent to W. B. BARNETT, President of the Titusville Florida. ,.
Weak and faint were the first National Bank of Jacksonville Jacksonville, Fla., accompanied by the money- ,

lobxot the young uovioej weaker and $1 for each ticket. T T. SANDERS, FISH:
pore trembling they seemed to grow, asH Send to the Secretary for a full list of Souvenirs. Agents Wanted. .

a genuine stage fright had takes pos- $6,000 in Premiums offered for county and individual displays. Send for full list. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Green Turtle and Game.' '

ictfioa of her. Her voice fluttered tor a B, F. DILLON, President. f-;. A. ADA9IS, Secretary. Will practice in all the Courts .of the Seventh Judicial .

moment, u if about to desert her, when, Circuit of Florida All orders will receive prompt and careful at-
A distinct and clear as a bell,from the center P. 0. Box. 235. TITUSVILLE, FLA. teution.whether by telegraph,
.o'j of the bouse, the air was taken up and Oly S"te r.r ship CC>. 11 letter or person. 17

carried along until the debutante gathered New York Charleston & Florida Lines. DENTAL OFFICE OF THE
the courage and heart to show.the ,

high quality she possessed, when gradually DR. L. T. DANIEL, NEW DRUG STORE
the beautiful voice in the audience FIT COCOA, FLORIDA

fell away and the difficult aria was Un Will be at the Grand View Hotel Titusville. on
voice at that morning rehearsal so the First Monday in each Month, for one week or Has on hand'a Fine Assortment of
many 1 more. Patronage solicited,and all work guaranteed
fears ego."Boston Transcript z to be satisfactory. 11 FRESH DRUGS.Also .

Tb Worth of Silence M.D. ,

Men great in deeds are often taciturn. SPECIFIC REMEDIES. GUARAN
DENTIST TEED TO CURE the Diseases for which
Does their taciturnity arise from the diffidence L =-- :.:: --- ,
which fears lest words should exceed ci ::: TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. they are Recommended.IF .
deeds, or from a conviction that Office, until further notice, at Indian ARE NOT SATISFIED WITH THE RESULT,
j safety U promoted by silence? Wash The Magnificent Steamship of this Line are appointed to sail as follows : River City Hotel. I YOUR MONEY WILL BE CHEERFULLY RE
ington1 reserve made him stiff, formal (Standard Time.) Quality of work unsurpassed. 8 : FUNDED.

iadfilat ease in company .but it also We have no cure-alls, but a different -
prevented his plans from being betrayed From Jacksonville to New York.. From New York to Jacksonville. J. F. LEWIS, Remedy for Each Class of Diseasefor -
t6. and the from TUESDAYS.. THURSDAYS k SUNDAYS.CALLING Affections of the Liver Lungs Heart..
sa enemy country being ( AT CHARLESTON.) ondst'8.: Wrdnwdayx Friday Pier 29. E River. ,
Reived by his promises. William the IROQUOIS, .. Snnday, Nov. 3, at 1JOO CHID (CALLING AT CHABL}:)'r0N.) Civil I Engineer and>1 Snneyor and Kidneys; for Female Complaints j and
fifleei was frugal of words, because a rown'e YEMASSEK, Tuesday, 6.at* 2:00 p m C1IEHOKEE Friday, Nov. 1, at 3:00 RSEMINOI.E m also Ointments for Eczema,' Ringworm,
CHEROKEE Thursday, 7 at 4:00 a. m S"AlIXOLaWed'lda1., II fl, at 3:00 p. m Titusville, Fla. Tetter and other Diseases of the Skin. .
that concealed his .
designs, even Tnevday 13. at :00 am .
8at 3 00
:, Friday : p. mMonday Give them trial and will be
DELAWARE Thurtscay, '" 4. at 9.00 a m a you not
from those acting with him was neoesmy '. IROQUOIS, 11, at 3:00 p. mWed'eday BURCHFIELD,
IROQUOIS Sunday 1Z at 11:00 a. m R.B. disappointed.
YEMASSht.CHEROKLE.: 13, at 3:00 p. m
to the_independence of the KetherInda. YEMA8SEE TneBdar.I iv, at 1:10 p. m i
15 at 3.00
Friday m
A writer in 'Leisure Hours says CHEROKEE, ... Thursday, ".. 21, at J:00 a m SEMINOLE, )Ionday, It 18, at 3:00; p m COUNTY SURVEYOR. J. B. SCREVEN, Druggist,
tit tae most men SEMINOLE Snnday, -24 at 6.00 p. m DELAWARE fted'sday, h 14 at 3.00 p m
dumgCtoof silent }vas .
DELAWARE 26 at 6:00
Tuesday a. m 'J.'; at 3.:00 ,
IROQUOIS p m Orders mail will receive
by prompt
W+penz the antagonist of GustavuaAdolphut IROQUOI, Thursday, 28, at 8:00 a. m YEMA8SEE, Monday, o. 25 at 3:00 p. m
and .the commander of :the YEMA8SEE. Sunday, Dec... 1, at 11:00 a.m IROQUOIS, : Wed'aday, '. "J.t't at 3:00: p. m attention as calls in person. '-;
: CHEROKEE, Tuesday, 3 at 1:00 m .
p. Frids I9. at 3:00
einpeWa armies in the thrty| years'war.Be SEMINOLE Thursday 5, at 2:00 p. m SEMINOLE. y p m Address: Georgiana, Fla. Indian River tearnboat Co

iaafete}that the deepest sflenoeshooldreigaarotiadhim. For Information Regarding Freight and Passage, apply to RUE P. ELY,
His officers took careD LA Schedules in effect-MAY 12, 1889.
J. A. LESLIE, Supt., Jacksonville; T. G. EOHi. Traffic Manager. I 5 Bowling Green, New York; I

that their M conversation should disturb chamberlate J. A STEAD L. HOWARD., Acent. FernandinaJOHN T. F.At Jacksonville. F. M. IRONMONGER, T. P. A.,Jacknonville.VM Notary Public for the State at Large. i STEAMER ST. LUCIE,
geoenJ. knew that -
They a Leaves TITUSVILLE.................... 6am
\ P. CLYDE & CO., General Agents, 12 South Wharves, Philadelphia ; I). Howling -
W been hanged for waking him Green, New York. Justice of the Peace, 17th Dist. Arrives at Melbourne.........-....12 noon,
wkfeee*orders and that. an officer who CONTRACTOR & BUILDERof

woold wear clanking span'in the oom over 30 years' experience. Natural Returning:

mandate presence had been secretly pot finish a specialty. Leaves Melbourne.........._........12 noon .
to death. In the room+ of his palace the Melbourne, Florida. 6 Arrives at Titusville.................. 6 .P m ..
servants glided as-.if phantoms, and a 1 Above daily- except. Sunday.- k
&aea sentinels moved: around his tent Intelligent Headers STEAMER GEORGIAN .
1 charged to secure the : ; 4
demanded. eetretohalacross Leaves Melbourne...................... 6 a m
3 3J &o Chains ENBy Pills Arrives at Jupiter...................... 8 pm
.streets in order to guard him against Ms
, tfce disturbance of sounds. Walknstein's Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
) -. :DlC :&5:.
tIoitumlttwhlch made him shun speech, : 3 3NR'Y PU ? Returning : .

JJ iad his! love of silence,'that ,caused him ','hilas and New and MaeterlT who Is Medical roffering Treatiae from Weatoees, and Indispensable Languor;'to LoN every of YOUNC liemoryBashfalncse, MIDDLE.. are not"warranted to cure" all classes Leaves Jupiter.......v................. 5am"

to bf krltated'attheelightestmise.wets QED pussies, of OLD Spirlt.e MAN. Liver Comp1a1Dt, Diteaae. of the Sidneys and all disease dependent upon of diueases, but only such aa result Arrives at Melbourne................. 8 pm. ,
&e to his constitutional temperament. ddmtt B aooasee,gout',Vice,Ljaoranee..Nervosa Debility;Vftal.. Exhaustion.: ,.and ., from disordered liver,vast, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays..
He never smiled, he never asked advice Headache
bom and he could not endureto : Vertigo, Dyspepsia, J5" Connection is made at Titusville
be gazed at, even when giving an or- THE; Fevers, Costiveness, Bilious with trains of the J., T. & K. W. System

a teither, foil Price, only one dollar by mail, sealed In plain wrapper, stpafd, Colic, Flatulence, etc. to aqd from all points North and at
<*. know- A nas H1titAi Du Yoi1'1',)[.b., No. Ml Columbus Avenue, ro.Box .; Jupiter with daily stage for Juno (8.
to him TIAL.
ap. pretended not see CO FIDE from scarce free to all. For these they are warranted miles where connection
fag that a curious look would bring them 312 Boston.Maat* Prefatory MCHUV wim nomciuu* 0 uuv** bliahed.a-.v Uab vv iThUUUieonJyELECTRO.MEDICO J oom p kt fallible, but are as nearly as it b possible )
PHYSIOLOGY rerpx to make Price,Socts. the steamer "Lake Worth" for all land- ;
a remedy.
panlabment.-BoetoD Budget and perfect /t 5 InTataabie to all afflicted,M it reachea the.very. rooU..and TiUU of-_ disease.- "
SOLD E'YERYWuERE ings on Lake Worth. ..

W. B. WATSON Superintendent,
'Xm to Reform the CaleD& 1
An ingenious Yankee with an eye LOdUat6Q W. R. KNOX G. D. ACKERLY, GeitfPaea. Agent.,
** For all Diseases of Hen by the distinguished aathor.lHUTBT D. .F. JACK. Generaltanager.
him** to D. "
DuMojrr,M. who has DISCOVERED
moved a reorganization of thecaldar. THE ELIXIR OF LIFE AND THE TRUE E.- PI
:; 8ENCE OF MANHOOD may be eonsulted,la 1UUnu. Honse & Painter FOR SALE.A
should begin
Winter, be contends Itrl eonfidenee.in rsonorby fetter,.'Electro.. Sign
] on January rand,,include March Medico Infirmary,No. 81 Columbus T.BoIwD.KuI. tract of land on IndianRiver in the :
spring should cosuiieaco' ;with April and "I HEARD A. VOICE IT SAID. COME AND 8EE.** county of Brevard consisting.of 88,. 5
- -
Include June July/August and September TITUSYILLE, FLA. acres being lot it 0.3, and south halt

ehoold constitute .summer,.and then of the northeast quarter of section 35,:
lie Suivannec
"Way Down Upon PARKER'SHAIR and lot No. 3 being the southwestquarter .
& beginning with October should not ; .
River." i BALSAM I ...
*& till after Ch iatma8. Btonewcalcedar Cleanses and beautifies the hair. Will Estimate or Contract for Painting of the northwest quarter of section'
I II would play the mischief with traditions Fla. situated the Promotes a luxuriant growth. anywhere on Indian River. 36, both in township 31 south range 39-
} From Branford, upon Never Ftils to Retior Gray east. This is a very desirable piece of
,< but it would come nearer to romantic Suwannee River,Messrs. Rouse HairtoItsYoithful Color. Can do all kinds of Graining, eitherin
I hammock soil of rich suitablefor
ctaal experience than does the present, & Thomas write, under date of August 19, '*..Prereot 50o.nd Dandruff 11.00 at and Drazrfeta hair falling. Oil or Water-Colors,representing Oak, tho raising; of all tropical quality fruits., Is
article. The forward another ofJohnson's Ash. Cherry, Walnut Mahogany. ;
Antiquated European pro 1889: ;"Please us gross situated at the Narrows Enos
Cession to alow altogether Chill and Fever Tonic. Have ,near post
I of the equinoxee too
, for the American din- Factsare sold out every bottle of last gross upon FOR $3,000. Wood-Filling & Hard-Oil Finishing. office.particulars Will address sell cheap for cash. For

on the side of reform, and if the your strict guarantee,. and not one bottle E. M. LOW

eather does not speedily :repent and returned." ELIGIBLY-LOCATED PAPER HANGING, Sept. 3. Brock ton.Mass. .v
bring forth-fruits more meet for repeataacethan "

rank grass and dropsical potartors From a letter from Graniteville, S. C.. :a.a1so: 1 T'1Lng Circuit Court, Dade County Florida.
the newly established departmentof'agricotture dated August 26, 18$9: ORANGE GROVE A.. D. 1889. In Chancery. .

will be called :on to revise At the age of 50; with twenty-five years ANDSTEISTCII NELLIE L., WARD, complainant. .
*.**calendar.-Brooklyn Cttteen..A .' of active practice am a careful observer vs. r :
and cautious in endorsing med- WORK
l proprietary ON INDIAN RIVER JESSE WARD, defendant. .
Queer Mine of Valuable Wood icines, but lean conscientiously endorse ANTIQUE AND MOSAIC Upot the bill in said suit being filed;. rs
Chill'and Fever Tonic
Forty miles above New Orleans is the your of Johnson's the best combination remedies for as IN FINE THRIFTY. CONDITION. and due proof made as appears by the-

dd bed of the Bonnet Carre crevasse one Chill and Fever I.have ever seen used. It CSrl tss jSteiJ.-n.t-ng, affidavit of complainant. to the same,
ftfteen .the Father of :Watersfat THREE HUNDRED 4 FIFTY showing that the said defendant resides
years ago corrects the vitiated secretions of the liver, TREES For Decorating Churches, Dwellingsand out of said ,State. it is hereby ordered ;
his bonds and swept through thereto relieves costiveness, and promotes, the ab- all Public Buildings. bat a hearing be had on the facts charged
Lake Pontchartrain. five years ago sorbtion and assimilation of food thus fulfilling Two Hundred in Good Bearing. Special attention to all inside Finish- in said bill on the fiat Monday in
the state of Louisiana, with the aaalsCaaceof all the indications claimed for it December, 1889 and that said Jesse
the Mississippi VaUey. railroad, Yours truly, Very Respectfully, Ward do appear before said'Court on or
feboUt the Bonnet Ganp': levee, but it T. P. EDWARDS, M. D- before _said first Monday in December

scald not restore altogether the conditions -' WILL GUARANTEE A NET ,INCOME 15 W., R. KNOX. A. D. '1889, and plead or answer to said '
prevailing antecedent to the en- bin;and defend against the same and the
TMSGL The river in the ten J.rIIIsed \ ,it The claim made for this medicine is a FROM PRESENT CROP, NAS facts charged therein and to.do further,
its modest one. We maintain that it is 100 M1aER ,>E+a and receive what said Court shill cousi-
through the swaaop pUei op tines ) tfer' than Qnine, and,100 years in OF 10 PER CENT. ON PRICE. 0IfA 66 der In said cause. .. \ s
pods against the 'bir,C)1n8I.torestl advance of the profession in the treatment : kart. 70 E R. IiTtlEo Done at Chambers. at DeLaoa<< ;this x i
these. It has left behind ajxxried for- ofallfever6from He most malignant typesof --- 9' 7th day of,August, A. D/1889. "\\ .
e. The piled, up sand has deadened Billions Hemorrhagic fever to the simplest p JOHN D. BROOMLJudge .
Dearly all the Ereea'asd 'a shingle mill form,of"Chill and Fever." .ADDRESS, TO EiKD'r of'the Circuit Court oC Fiends

Is now at work there ma&ufactaring For sale by all Druggists. LOCK BOX 246 T1TUSVILLB fta. In and for the 7th Judicial Ckeaft J-
hem into.shingles wtt&aH the rapidity :. GAYS HENRY-.T..PRlEST.

'*fctariiick that manhlnft works.-New. ',21 A. B.- GIRARDEAU. ,. Sole Savannah Prop'r, Ga. FLORIDA. 9 DIXON & GRA'r, Wholesale Agents CJerkifCE"JunoiFla. ".',..'0', ...
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.r fll"!*' therefore respectable, that every man The Xew DlscorE rF. -11
In the Blair the theme i
to squabble over
THE FLORIDA STAR. has purchased a new buggy-Owing and into born outside of the New England States You have heard friends .
... the enforced absence of some of its members drifted outside of the question your and Jeip.
contemplated for very deep water.* Yet it will be quite had a moderate drinker for a mother. hors talking about it. You may /1
i' -PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. the programme has been as withdrawn bj generally conceded that the C. W. T. U Here are his words: '"Let me add thatif be one of the many who know from pavS ;t t

the Friday Dramatic evening Club-The Library Soci- represents the drift of our mothers, SIS- your Indian River friend was born be- experience just how good a thing it./If ',II
B WAGERjitor and MMer continues to attract crowds. ters and wives on the temperance question fore the war, of well-to-do parents, and yon have ever tried it you are ODe of b' i
ety at the present day. Of course there anywhere outside of the New England staunch friends, because the 1f I
81. O per Annum. States, I would venture the assertion that thing about it is, that when once 1 Pisa I
are exceptions.Bradley
Notes from the Dry Side. many claim that his statistics his mother was a moderate drinker too." trial; Dr. King's New Discovery ever ,j a I

Entered at the Pod Office at Titiutillecu Editor Florida Star: show the failure may of prohibition to prohibit Your author supposes that if St. Paul holds a place in the house. If you 11u, j"i

Second-Clot Matter. The recent issues of the STAB have yet it remains true that the greatP were on earth and should say from the never used it and should be afflicted wit&i 6
"ladles do not take too much cough,or any Throat, Lung or chest troobisecure ;i
is pulpit, ,
the views of the friends of the about the only: thing thatch
THE STAR is the OFFICIAL newspaperfor presented and association wine," he would be howled at, etc. No a bottle at once and give itt !
saloon in various lights. If not tresspass liquor dealers, leagues i
It is
guaranteed time
Brevard county. take it
it is a doubt if he should. You seem to ,or mot
the limits of forbearanceI tremble before. They may say
ing upon your admit refunded. Trial bottles free at DLron :
The Star has the Largest circulation wish to demur to the onesided view failure in Kansas or Iowa, but their actions for granted that he would. You last Gray's drugstore. .
of any paper on the East coast of Fla. that quite naturally attaches itself to our belie their words. Prohibition en- that we have made progress in the L 2L ,'
writers, pro and con, in all discussions"Mikaao's" forced is annihilation to the traffic in intoxicating twenty-five years. Do you suppose Paul
I A SQUARE one Inch In space; squares sharp criticisms wrings our beverages. Prohibition is so- would have made none in 1800 years? $1OO Reward.The : -.

t make a column. Editor withers. We do indulge too much in epithets ciety's only method to outlaw the liquor In times of ignorance God winked at readers of the STAR will be ple21fd i

advertising enclosing rates two enquire cent stamp of the not well calculated to convinceour traffic. Prohibition, like all condemnatory these things, but now he commends all to learn that there b at leastone rtatW i.

always__ -- _. -- --I" opponents that we are their only laws, educates the people. As over men everywhere to repent; so you see disease that science has been able to core .. '
------ Uj.VTY friends, yet we cannot forbear to remark $200,000 in fines have been collected in gospel makes room for progress. Your argument in all its stages, and that is C&Urrfe.
ABSTRACT OF THE CO that the concluding paragraph evidenceda Kansas for violations of the prohibitorylaws is about as good as would be Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only PAR

MISSIONERS' DOINGS proneness to imitate our bad habits and applied to the school fund the that of the president of the Mormon cure known to the medical Pratern T.

AT their meeting Monday the County rather than acting on his own good ad- traffic, when indulged in, is paying its Church if he should rise and say, "I suppose Catarrh being a constitutional dfeesst
"Mikado" funeral if Solomon were here and should requires a constitutional treatment!
vice. We do not accuse own
Commissioners first appointed the in- expenses.G. the of the Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken
of putting the tempting cup to any man's W. Hor iEs. practice-polygamy rest country internaUj
spectors of election for the wet and dry lips- no, not for one moment. We know would howl and would call him the Rip acting directly upon the blood ai
10th after which a Van Winkle the 19th century." mucus surfaces of the system, the*.
contest of December that he takes pleasure in helping othersto
Blair's Blair Again. the
how by destroying foundation
Your author he cannot see of
followed in regard to the ap quit the drinking habit; but we de- says
disease and
discussion the giving the
Editor Florida Star: he insults the women, for if it is right paticct
the of
practice allowing tempting the
propriation for the Sub-Tropical. The magazines, replete with abler dry articles DEAR SIB-Thanking you for you for men to drink it is for women. Yes, if and strength assisting by building nature in up constitotSon its
commissioners were addressed by manyof than unstimulated minds can con- kindness in inserting my last article on it is right for men. You take that for The proprietors have so much faith work

the prominent people of the county ceive of to lie around loose in his office, this subject, I write once more, hoping granted. You beg the whole question.That its curative powers that they offer One h

who favored the appropriation,the speak and when a fellow, unobserved and un that I will not feel the necessity of afflict is just the thing to be proved. The i I Hundred Dollars for any case that itfiuli
deserving ing again with this matter. I shouldnot fact that the better class of women refuse -
several different observing-so he thought-and so you to cure. Send for list of testimoaUZ.
era representing precincts falls into his net and transcribesone this time but for the extravagant is one evidence that it is not right.

of the county. of those incomparable essays and language used by your author. The fact that the better class of men are AddressF..J. CHENY &; Co., Toledo, 0.Mold .
The Board appropriated $1,500 for thepurpose foists it anew upon a credulous world, He represents that before the war almost -. total abstainers is another evidence. The by druggists 73c. 21

of making an exhibit at the SubTropical "Mikado," two years or so afterwards, every other farm in Pennsylvania fact that the temperance cause is so rap-
,- commencing January 9th, 18 O takes the public into his confidence and had a stilL I was born and reared in a idly gaining ground and cannot be put The First Step. I
infers that "we all do it." southern county of Pennsylvania, and down by either: money or politics is an- .
and a 6 per cent. interest-bearing war- If having a saloon in. Titusville will there was not a still within twelve milesof other evidence that it is not right. The Perhaps you are run down, can'tcant !tt, :
can't think cant do
ordered issued payable in had been from infancy fact that it is souls and sleep, anjUusj
rant was help to restore as well as insure prosper- my home, nor my damning squandering to satisfaction. and wonder
March, 1891, Captain Paddison, Mr. R. ity to that well ordered town, he wisely and I am 43 years old. I consider money by the million, and.that ails your You should heed you the
Morrow and Mr. J. M. Sanders being appointed prefers his own safety by a life of sobriety this a fair specimen for the rest of the nearly all so-called whiskey of the pres- you are taking the first step into Karoos,
the to the doubtful expedient of patron- State. ent day is composed of poisonous drugs, Prostration. You need a Xerve Tonic aol
a committee to negotiate izing it. If all wet men were personally Your nom plume author thinks that are powerful evidences that it is not right. in Electric Bitters you will find the end

warrant, and Captain Paddison was appointed as dry as he is, with a practice so far because the modern wines, claret and Your author signs himself by the very remedy for Restoring your nervous lyrtea
to act as Commissioner to said above precept, we would have no saloon. sherry do not conform to the ancient captivating title of "Use Not Abuse," as to its normal,healthy condition. Scrprisbj

Exposition, and was authorized to visit So that you talk along with the dry wines of the Bible in color therefore he though that expressed the sentiment of results follow the use of this great Serve
favorable movement is enough to ask of each individual has gained the point. He should not for- the liquor traffic of to-day. If that were Tonic and Alterative. Your appetite returns -
Jacksonville to obtain a position even though his head is turned get; that claret and sherry were not it we could better stand it, but it is not. good digestion is restored, and tie
for the county's exhibit, and every the other way. If all men would do as well, known in ancient times, and that the It is abuse and mighty little use. Thereat Liver and Kidneys resume healthy actioa.

exhibit shall be marked "Brevard County, vote wet and keep dry, we could ask our people of that time probably knew as mass of so-called whiskey of todayis Try a bottle Price 50c., at nixon&Gn f i

Fla.," and contain no individual name. big county commissioners what would much as be does about the color of intoxicating made of cayenne pepper, coculus in- drug store. 3i <1I
be the of that unmentionable wines of their day. Your dicus alum strychnine and
awarded the use dragging copperas, t
t Should this county be $1,000 critter by the horns when the validity correspondent intimates that no church water, and sometimes tobacco is added. Are yon made miserable by indi ntton.pa Ccaa., s
prize it is to be turned over to the Board of the act is so much involved. dares to prohibit. I do not know how Do you wonder that it makes people Shiloh'a tion, Dizinea Vitalizer is Loss a positive of Appetite Caresold IrOow kyDtcfc SUit ;j

for the benefit of the county. The Com- Another correspondent properly compares you do things down there, but up herewe sick? Do you wonder that women, after son & Grey, Titasville, }'I&. ",
missioner's salary shall be$125 per month. public prosperity as represented turn a man out of church if he is in seeing their husbands(?) spewing such j

,( A number of bills were audited and (dollars and cents during the years of the habit of getting drunk.I stuff all over their carpets, ruining their XOTICE.LAND ;
1886 and 1888. There is no question at am a little surprised at your author health and cursing their children, withno OFFICE GAINESVILLE Fu K
t : paid from the general and road funds and issue between the saloon and the anti- expressing his own opinion of himself so hope of seeing the thing controlled or Oct. 26th 1SS9. f

a resolution passed reimbursing Captain saloonist So') far as the decrease of revenue freely. He says, "I am not a prohibitionist restricted, want the curse put out? The Notice is hereby given that the foDov -
r Paddison $43 for expenses incurred as from saloon licenses occurs. It is an ; I am simply a thoughtful man." only wonder is that any man desires to ing-named settler has filed notice of hh

delegate from this county to the "South- inevitable consequence-we grant it. We Of me he says: "Your correspondent's retain such a curse. intention to make final proof In support
deny that the comptroller's statistics are mental training is somewhat defective." Yours truly, of his claim and that said proof will be
ern Industrial Display" held at Raleigh, correct when he states that criminal prosecutions My reply is that it must be if he can J. T. CBUMBINE. made before A. A. Stewart. Clerkly

N. C., on the 14th ult.. pay for which, during the year 1886 cost only perceive it. I suppose he does not call Court.at Titusville Fla.. on December

was not otherwise provided. Space will $947.43. Why, criminal expenses in al: that rant, as he defines rant to be a Rheumatism and Catarrh. 20th, 18S9, viz: Alexander Forester, of
most any county in the State will exceed speech consisting of the speaker's individual Titusville, Fla.. Hd. Xo. 10249.< for tin
the full detail

not permit our giving proceedings Rheumatism and catarrh are both blood lot 1 Sec. 1 20 S. of R. 33 E.
denunciation Tp. ,
that amount, or, at least many of them. opinions, accompanied by ,
this week, but they will appear Ex-Governor Jno. A. Dix of Xew York and invective and without argue diseases. In many cases they have yielded He names the following witnesses t.
to treatment with B. B. B.
' officially in the STAR next week. stated that the liquor traffic was responsible ment to sustain it. ( prove his continuous residence upoe,
Blood Balm
), by Blood Balm Co.
We are more than pleased with the for three-fourths of all the crime He says I am unworthy of further no- Atlanta, Ga. Write for book of convincing : and cultivation of, said land, viz:
liberality the Boasd have shown in making committed in that State during his ad- I tice. Perhaps I am-but how does he proofs. Sent free.R. Brock Bevels,of Titugville. Fix; beery -
: Fut h of Shilob. Fla. Butler -
ministration. The State of Kansas witha know? He never saw me; he does not P. Dodge, Atlanta Ga. ;
: "My
this appropriation. In our present says George Hunt, of IlaulovefFla.
larger population than licensed Texa.q.bas know me. My mental training may be wife had catarrh and nothing did her any
financial standing they, no doubt, felt a one penitentiary with less than 1,000inmates defective, but I would not condemn a good. Her constitution finally failed and 29. ALEXANDCB LTSCU. I

little apprehensive about expending this while Texas has two penitentiaries dog on the strength of a single act. "Self poison got into her blood. I placed her -- -Register

sum: but it will be money wisely expend with over 3,000 inmates. praise goes but little ways." I would not on a use of B. B. B.. and to my surpriseher
Every individual reader of the STAR denounce your author even if I knew himto recovery was rapid and complete." SEBASTIAN LANDS FOR SALE
ed. At the signs of the approach of such knows for himself that intemperance be small and defective after having W. P. McDaniel Atlanta Ga., writes:

a, prosperous season as the present one transforms the mildest of men on very praised myself. It would be too much "I was much emaciated and had rheu- The Subscriber offers for Sale, is Iatt
promises to be, our county must do hershare slightest provocationsFour like little children. When we becomemen matism so bad I could not get along to suit Purchasers, some
out of the five murders committed we should put away childish thing without crutches, I also had neuralgiain
to call the attention of settlers 500 Acres of Selected Parties*
in this county during the period when Now I have no doubt that your author the head. First class physicians did
i and tourists to our unparalleled advantages the license system prevailed (about ten gentleman (in his own estimation), me no good. Then 1 tried B. B. B., and of the above-named Lands.

and make known to them the re- years), could be traced directly to the and probably in the estimation of his; its effects were it magical. I cheerfully recommend Situated on Sebastian Bay and Ma
munerative resources that are open to intemperant habit. The fifth victim, neighbors. I hope I shall meet him and cure."' as a good tonic and quick

them here. The appointment of Capt. the occasion as well as the person is un greet him on my arrival in the south. ]I Mrs. Matilda Nichols, Knoxville. River,

Paddison gives universal satisfaction known. will give him my right hand with a royal Tenn., writes: "1 had catarrh six AND ESPECIALLY SUITED FOR
; ; Every well-wisher of county finances is good will, and will confer with him on and a most years WINTER HOMES.
distressing cough, and
he is a gentleman who will do eyery i' aware that our murder trials have beena the liquor question with pleasure. I have eyes were much swollen. Five bottles my of These Lands in the immed'ntevicinity

hamlet in Brevard county justice and I serious drain upon the exchequer, and no doubt that he can give me some B. B. B., thank God cured me." are of the *
show favoritism to none. We are informed that when we contrast the income from points; I can learn from almost anybody.I John M. 51. Davis. Tyler, Tex., writes:
license into the treasury as an offset to am aware that the race question is "I was subject a number of to FINEST FISHING iiUNTI G.
by Mr.Hatch that the SubTropical years
the expenses outgoing as a result of one of the vexing problems of the day spells of inflamatory rheumatism which AND SEA BATHINGTo
pamphlet! will again be published| crimes growing out of the saloons it is a for the south to settle, but your author six bottles of B. B. B., thank heaven, be found in the whole In<&a
and that the edition this time will be most unwise financial scheme to continue fails to tell us how the voting in of the has entirely cured. I have not felt the River Section, and have also the advantage -

10,000 copies. The pamphlets publishedthe the saloon. liquor business is going to settle that or slightest pain since." 29 of Daily Communication VJ

past two under his supervision Another idea of the same correspondent help to settle it. The liquor business Steamers with all points north. _.
is that the individual voter is helped to destroy slavery in order to save Shiloh's Catarrh Caner positive cure for Ca Actual Settlers and Improvers Triflb*,
have helped our 'county wonderfully; bound to follow his party's national itself. The liquor men of the north saw son tarrb&, Orej Diptheria, Tilusville and Fla. Month. Sold by Dick specially favored. Correspondence fir'

they have reached every section of our views as expressed. that the country was about to divide on vited. Address, .

country as well as portions of Europe.We Each Stateconvention of the different the liquor question, and would do so unless For Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint yon have a Frank H. Allen Norwich COIF ,
parties follows its uninfluenced could divert it printed guarantee on bottle of *
would however that the pleasure they to some other is- every Shiloh's Vi. F
suggest, material talizer. It 3
for the be rewritten or at least uncontrolled, by the national sue. The liquor question and slaverywere Grey, TitonUJe never, ? to cure. Said by Dickoa k: 2S-3t. -
new pamphlet convention in those
matters almost entirely both prominent before the country; "
and given in a new style, so that it if not completely so, within the the old parties were both divided on A J asal Injector free with each bottle of Shiloh'a J. PKITCIIARD.President. .1,

,may not suggest a sameness of previous province of the State as the saloon ques- both questions. One of them must come Catarrh&Grey Remedy.TitusnJle.Price fla. 50 cents. Sold by Dickaon WM:e. BUOWy.CaOto- *

editions to those into whose hands it may tion is. The Democratic National Convention up soon for settlement and the other .. ,
endorsed the Chicago platform. would remain undisturbed. The liquormen "Hackmetack," a lasting and .
fall. There fragrcnt perfume. j
are many good our While it was against sumptuary legislation saw their opportunity. If they Price 25 and 50 cents. Sold by Dickson & Gre*. INDIAN RIVER BHI. '
post editions,- but let them be changed i the Florida State Democratic Con should join the anti-slavery party they Titusville, Fla.

somewhat, and supplemented by some i vention is in favor of local option. The would push that question to the front

matters that have presented themselvesnew Republican National Platform is supplemented and let the liquor question rest. They attacked Titusville, Florida.A .
by a resolution commending so the south, not that they cared
to us since a year or so ago. And briety. While Maine, Iowa, Kansas anything about the slavery question but OY4nuwtuHr GENERAL BAHKTJf BUSDB5S 9tfSACTED. >

finally, let every citizen show their in- North and South Dakota adopt prohibition to save themselves and to make customers .

terest and zeal in helping the Commis- constitutions other Republican of the negro-which they were not

aioner to win the $1,000 for Brevard. States are in for license of various grades. before. I have no doubt that the liquormen Exchange bought and sold. Special I**'**

This county deserves it, and if she does No one questions the honesty or dishonesty were largely responsible for bringing IT R ALosv prompt attention on first given mortgage to collections'negotiated for SOT*
of a voter's allegiance to his party, the negro in the Republican party and +trrnr Banks, Corporations IndiTidoab.. &*'
not win it, the fault will be not with her nationally, by his personal views and in the saloon. And they mean to hold est allowed on time deposits. .
1 Advances eouatci-
resources or capabilities, but with those vote on the temperance question. Pres- them there, and the more money they Approved made business upon available paperjdiscoaat- '

who hare failed to utilize them. ident Harrison's Cabinet is acknowledgedto have the longer they can do it. They do Drafts on all parts of Europe-
be composed of representative Repub- it in secret ways, unknown to the masses Business Every favor done at consistent Jacksonville with=
City Point. licans. Postmaster General Wanamaker and the longer you keep them in power banking cheerfully extended

and Secretary of Treasury Windomare the more money they will have. To vote CORRESPONDENTS:Bank of Jack* vjB*
J. C. Norwood's house is about completed very active anti-saloon men. the saloon into power in the south or Jacksonville. Fla.; The Seaboard Xti 9*
-David Wingood takes a trip to Jefferson affirmed his belief in the responsibility anywhere else is only to vote to cut the Bank New York. .
Orange county this week on business- of the State to the Great Je- white mans throat in the south. r--' *i
"William Miller has purchased five acres hovah when he said "that he trembledfor Further author
your represents
r ,of land of Dr. Holmes-It is but rights the future of his country when he remembered asserting that votes could be made in me the as A. L. Hatch & Son, 1 j 1

and just that,the election should be held that God was just and that south by attacking the women of the 1
as soon as the commissioners are satisfied His justice would not slumber forever." north, and claims that I have insultedthe DEALERS INS j l

beyond cavil that, it can be done so legally. That glorious Democrat claimed that as voters of the south, I made no such AKIN
I Until then we commend the course of old with Babylon we would be assertions. I intimated that he thoughtthat DRY GOODS HOIK :
advised by the STAR-Dr. W. P. Moon "weighed in the balance," nationally. In was the way to make votes. If he ,
and wife came back from the north on"Wednesday's a government by the people the numerical did not, why did he write? Was he not ..

boat-E. W. Hall has purchased i aggregate of voters rule.. Vote right writing to make votes? Was not that all POWDERAbsolutely Hardware Saddteryt, **
A. 8. Dixon's fast Crockery:, ,
boat Mr.
regardless of party platform on questions he wrote for-the sole jurposeof making ite-I- *
'Faber thinks the artesian well water is of morals "He who serves his country votes? If anyone has insulted the south Statlonery.tFaaily -J

decidedly beneficial to his orange treesThe most serves his party best._ em voter he is the man, not I. He is the Pure. clues, garden SwJs_ ,
Rockledge orange crop is ,estimated Eaufaula wants whiskey. The jog trade man who evidently thought that was the
at 27,000 boxes-that of City Point much is legal_ under either prohibition or li I way to make votes. I said that such an This powder sever Tarie. A mane of purity CHOICE GROOEPE: ;'>.
less. The Quality as far as developed, cense., Any sincere the strength and wholesomeness More economical ; e
objection to his
jug attempt on
part was cowardly .and I than the ordinary Hud
and cannot be void :
AS well as the size, ii equal to if not in.advance traffic: promotive of intemperance is an still think so. He asserts, in order to petition with the multitude of low test,abort weight com. H7, Cern Xaps r.-
of other years-Mr. A. Faber\ indictment against the saloon.. show that drinking and alum or phosphate powdf' Sold only in can. "
was common
'. Royal Baking Powder Co.; loa Wall at.. New Tort CITY POIAT, FLOK1I.

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..perlat to Laud Owners. EDWARD STILmG. ALBERT A. TAYLOR. "'.'-

bold deed on the following lands;, "
1re .19 Wants. -
J txd on taX be reinstated title. Original on liberal owners terms who STILJNrGTA: l,
b -
y D. MAcDoNELL Sa- = [..
JddreMin L. ,
Jnnah, aS. ,, -0- Cocoa, Indian River, Florida.

1 of N. W. and W J of S. W., Sec. DEALERS IN
J. s. WATSON &
i Tn.86, B. 40-160 acres.
y All toi41,924 f sections 2, 11 and 13, Tp. 36, R. ,

acres'W Hardware Stoves '
N. and W. J of S. B. \ and S. W. Crockery Tinware

*of Sec. 12,Tp. 36, R. 40-400 acres. FORWARDINGAND ,
S I of Sec. 8,Tp. 38, R. 41-320 acres. ,
Latlt, 2 and 3 and E. J of N. W. and
S.V..of N. E See. 20, Tp. 30, R. 31- AND AGATEWARE.Paints .

240&of of N. W. and N. W. of S. W.ft COMMISSIONMERCHANTS Oils, Glass and Putty,
27,Tp. 27, R. 36-120 acres. =0Plumbers' TABLE and POCKET CUTLERY
'ii. of N. E. and W. J of S. E. Sec. ,

S Tp.28,R. 37-160 acres. and Mill ;
IA tA 1 and 4 See. 32. Tp. 32, R. 40-: BARBED WIRE,

",6 seres. Supplies, E
Lot 2 Sec. 22 Tp. 37, R. 41-80 acre. p
y.E i and N. E. of S. E. Ses. 21, Tp. o WIRE NETTING

S7 B.41-200 acres. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA Doors Sash Blinds '
2A-1.2S8 ill of sections acres-Occola 15 and county.25, Tp. 26, R. and WIRE CLOTH

So E.of N. W.and S. W. Sec.22, Tp. -:oWE :--

86 B.30-200 acres-Osceola county. BRICK LIME CEMENT CSrULICLS: : : .
All of section 36, Tp. 26, R. 30640teeOsceola WANT 4 ,


fiec/19,TV. 21, R. 35-520 acres. FISHING TACKLE.
N. J of Sec 28,Tp.21,R.34-320 acres. WANT
All of frac. Sec. 14 and S. E. of N. E. .
Sec 25,Tp.21. R. 35-104 acres. You to be sure to Come and See Us Ship Ol3L tri.clleryCSrOods: : : ,

All of Sec. 23,Tp. 21,R.35-640 acres. When you come to town.
AU of sections 11, 12 and 13, Tp. 26 ,Agents for ALABASTINE, the permanent coating for walls and ceilings ; For Chattanooga Plow C m..*, '
B.80-1,920 acres-Osceola county. WE WANTTo pany's plows and cane mills; Planet Jr. farm tools. .-

21 Talk to You. Gauze Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasolene Stoves Coffins and Caskets. .. ':"
D cklen'8 Arnica Salve. .
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers Salt Rheum Fe- Work With You.
rer Sores,Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chil 9 Catalogues, sample cards and size lists sent free upon application. Correspondence solicited. and
blains,Corns and all Skin Eruptions, WE WANTTo estimates furnished promptly. .

and positively cures Piles or no pay re- Post You on the :Markets.
quired. It is guaranteed to give perfect STILING &, TAYLOR.
tttli&ctlon, or money refunded. Price WE WANTTo "
25 cents per box. For sale by Dixon & -- -
Grey._10-19. Ship For You and See to Your Shipments L. C. OLIVER. F. T. BUDGE.QLIvEIR .

here. .
all whom these presents shall come,greeting WE WANTTo ,

-idle notice: either Buy or Handle most of the
That,whereas,the Board of County Commissioners Dealers in
this sectionof
Fruit and Produce of
of Brevard Fla.
county, on a
petition! of more than one-fourth of the the country.
registered voters of said county, did order GEORGIA PINE
that an election be held on the second WE WANT ? LUMBER; :,;
December the being
Tuesday 1889 same -
the 10th d0of December, 1889, to decide You to Know, if we cannot Buy Your
whether the sale of intoxicating liquors Products, We Can Ship it for You. SHINGLES AND LATHS.

wines or beer shall be prohibited in r.j '
aid county for the two years next ensue WE WANT
inL after the said election. j G-E l\T ER..A.L HA.1 .D-
Therefore, I., Alexander A. Stewart, You to help us to make Titusville a g
cfckof\ said Board, do hereby give notice, distributing point for the Productsof "
urNuiredby law;'that said election will the river and sell
be held at all the precincts in Raid county Products, here. our Sash Doors and Blinds ; Stoves Tinware and Crockery
011 that day, to-wit: the second Tuesday I ,
ia December next,for the purpose set forth.In I
testimony whereof I have hereunto WE WANTIn I t.
P.c .IN''IA1 D .
Jet my hand and official seal this 17th dayof fact'to save you money, and can do it OXLS,
October A.D I
[L.B.1 A. A. STEWART,' if you will help us. Refrigerators Water] Coolers Ice Cream Freezers
' ,
f. CH:.Board Co. Commissioners. ,

i i Notice.To You to know we are head-quarters for Screen Wire, Screen Windows, Screen-Wire Doors. '

all whom it may concern: Vegetables, Crates, etc.

Take notice that I will apply to the POWDER AT NEW YORK PRICES.
Honorable Minor S. Jones, County

1'I Judge of Brevard county, Florida, at Sell you your Orange Boxes and TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. ;
the Court House in Titusville said
I do it if
Wraps and will
Orange you .
county and State NoYem-
I on Monday, -----
}I her 25th, 1889 at 10 o'clock in the fore will come to see us. For Sale
! noon, for authority to sell the following Old and Reliable. Established is.J9.B. .

1; tea) property, situate lying and being in WE WANT Six of the Best Business Site
; Prerard county,Florida, the same being,:
for the
! the. lands of Christopher M. Houston, a You to know that we are Agents R PR.ESLE"'Y" & CO.
Lots in Titusville ,
minor,under the age of twenty-one years, Ocala Rock Lime, and will furnishit ,

, lO-wit: Begin 6CO feet south of the north low down. Each 30ft. on Washington Avenue and WHOLESALE
line of section 21, township 27, south of
100ft. Hutchinson's
ftageST east, and 1386 feet east of the WE WANT on avenue.
quarter section poston the north bound- THERE ARE THREE CORNER LOTS FOREIGN & DOMESTIC FRUITS
Zr J of said section 21 at the north-east You to know that we burn our own

earner of the tract now owned by one J. Oyster-Shell Lime, and, of course, Apply to ROBBIXS & GRAHAM, Titus
k: Harrison; thence south 1:5F( east can give ;you bottom prices. ville; orD.A.VID An.c1. Commission: l\ercJ:1.an: :

gong said Harrison line 430 feet to Eau S. HUTCHINSON, Trenton, New
creek,thence east along the shore WE WANT Jersey. 20-3mo
w Ban Gallic creek 320 feet to the public -
road donated by John C. Houston, You to know that we handle Cement Consignments of Florida Oranges Solicited. .

thence parallel 437 feet with the road tothe and Plaster Hair. I- ...
tar .
south-east corner of Mrs. Mary "' ,
yotinSs land thence west 215 feet to WE WANTTo .#
the pOint of containing '
.100 acres. Terms cash. impress upon your minds that we ST. PAUL :MINNESOTA. .

Dated this October 22, 1889. represent
lIARYV.. HOUSTON, Thompson & Edwards We have been the Agents of the Florida Fruit Exchange since its organization,
Guardian of said Minor,Christopher 1 I.f. until this season, when they decided to confine their western shipments to Chicagoand
Houston. of Chicago, St. Louis. tWe
D. L. GAULDEN, The largest manufacturers of Fertil- Mr. A. H. Eawkeu-Pear Sir: Tour PATENT
27-5t EYE GLASSES received sometime since, and am i have been the recognized headquarters for Florida Oranges in the Northwest -
f. for Petitioner.
Attorney and constantlyon
izers in the west keep very much gratified at the wonderful change that : for years, and have the Largest Orange Trade and Longest Experience of ,
hand the following brands of their baa come over my eyesight since 1 have discardedmy : any house in the West. ..
NOTICE. old glasses and am now wearing yours.

f" A Ctrcutt Court of the Seventh Judicial Goods: Secretary ALXX&HDKB Stationers'AOAB Board of Trade. We have the best Auction Room in the country, arid will sell Oranges at
(mii of the State of Florida, Brevard World of Good, for Orange Trees. All fitted at the Drug Store of Auction or Private Sale as shippers may wish.
County, A. D. 1889.-In Chancery. World of Good, for Truckers. 25. DIXON & GRAY, TTTUSVILLE FLA.
, Correspondence solicited. References. Any of the National Commercial Agencies
Floyd&Nevins 1 Pure,fine Ground Bone. PIONEER COOPERAGESyrup Local Banks, Jobbing Houses or the Florida Fruit Exchange.
" vs. J- Foreclosure Blood, Bone and Potash.
hen Ryder et al.LO Barrels $2.25.
i John P. Magovern. Oliver C. Stark- Chi agoiBone Meal.
r father,William B. Fitch and James W. Dissolved Bone. Gauggd to order, ten cents extra. S'travberry Plants: : Sep'tezn.'ber: :

J JOroae partners as D.govern&Co., Aaron Wheelwrighting and Repairing.
t Adanu and John I. Howe, partners as Ad- WE WANT Nunarfs Improved and Hoffman's Seedling, $4.00 per 1000. Order early.
f lie|& Howe,C. 8. Durling and Henry C.0. B.Honey .
: You to know we keep on hand
Breakers Several Brands of FERTILIZERS specially adapted to our soil and climate'
barrels and Oval Water
from the affidavit of Finley #
"It appearing Sulphate of Potash, manufactured old firm the Fertilizer Co'
y, solicitor, herein filed,. from $2.00 up. INDIAN RIVER by an Davidge
, .I.** complainant's e above-named defendants are non- Land Plaster, Send for Circular. Also Bone Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, etc., and Mapes and
r"gfcntsofthe State of Florida, and that CanadaH. W. Ashes, Tanksand Davidge's Fertilizers. A full line of Ornamental Fruit Trees. Send for catalogue.

J4 defendants reside in the city and State Tobacco Stems and all kinds of COOPER WORK to order. I'
JOHN B. B CH Indian River Nurseries Melbourne Fla.
, J1 a r York, and that they are over the Cotton Seed 1\1 eat. T. JOHNSON & ,
age of
twenty-one years. It is therefore or-
:, "**'ed that you do appear,plead, answer or WE WANT LaG range, : : Florida. N AUMAN'S Pianos & 'OrgansTUNED
" to complainant's bill herein filed on
of'0 befo re the 2d day,of December, A. D.rJi You to Give Us a Trial on something.WE EACOTT &' CO. NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY ..
else said bill will be taken as conred. THE PIONEER AGENCY.For AND REPA1NED. .
| | It is further ordered that this no- WANTTo ','
*be published in the FLOBIDA.STAB, a TnusvnxE FLA., terms and sample copies address G.. W. SOHUYLER, .
Tpaper published in Titusville, Brevatf merit' your patronage by fair and CHAS.H.NA MAN, \
eD D t Florida,once a week for four con- honest dealings, and we mean business. TIMSHEET-IRONWORKERS. Tituaville P. O., Brevard county,Fla. P. O. INDIANOLA, BREVARD co., '
sec tiTe weeks '* FLORIDA.
Witness A. A.Stewart, Clerk of the Cir- TRY US.Respectfully. THE All work warranted. References fur ",

'pOart Gait: Court,and the seal of said court, at the -o: GUTTERING, ROOFING, Naphtha Launch "Livioier" nished. Charges only for work actually
: II sass at Titusville, this JJ9th day of done-not'for travelling expenses.
:\...ctober,A. D.18S9. a. And Manufacturing of Tin Ware. Can be Hired for Short Runs or Cruis- Will make a trip to Lake Worth about '

.\. A. STEWART, GALVANIZED WORK, ing.. For terms and particulars address 1st qf October attending'to.any orders E

fWLrr. WAY,Complainant's Clerk Circuit Solicitor.Court. J..S, WATSON &. CO. _. And Repairing of all kinds i W. P. Underwood, Cocoa, Fla. received, before that time. 23-3mo..- ..


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his services during the period men- ;", SEVENTEEN YEAR& f m 4etenxW1ec1 axuT destructiTa";

: tioned. FOR upon It. So ravenously have the ,
li1i; Ifa
! Customs A Collision at Sea. rows been known to devour the isy

Reeoip Bidding Farewell to Admiral Walker. that in the height of the cicada 1eIIaQ.
WASHIKOTOS, Nov. 1.-Nearly a hun LOCUSTS BURROW few yean ago the air wouldbe
l.. dred naval and army officers and civilians HAVE ONE LONG GAY SEASON. fall of the floating
'11",.. of 'Admiral John G. gmof ..
friends. Cleopatra and Crystal Wave
the devoojed insect.-Cor.
Annual of the Commissioner Hup
Walker met around a banquet board at a
;, of Customs. the Shoreham last night, to bid farewell i Both Sunk. Fact About the Brilliant Career of This Weekly. _

to the admiral previous to his departure Nu.faaDee-Tbe Female '
Unmitigated 2Ujbe H. Know Where AH the
for Europe. in command of the
CREWS OP BOTHVESSELS SAVED Widowed Don't Pine A..7.but A arrested
Early man was Cincinnati who
RECEIPTS AMOUNT TO $225,202,41LThe United States fleet of new cruisers. ,
I Covers were laid for ninety-six guests. Get Bight Down to Daiine daring a busy Ufa on the street for dg&t
Admiral resided. had stolen over a t.bouand
Rogers Secretary years tsbrellas.
The Accident Occurs Off the Delaware The seventeen locusts seven- >
Expenses of Collecting the Revenue Tracy, Admirals Harmony and Greer year pass No wou\ter it has been so few;
Over Seven and navv officers with Capes-Both Steamers Go Down Withinan teen years underground and then, as if hard for fellow
r' from Customs Amounted to a score or more folly a to borrow cet
F t Million Dollar*-Recommendation* for i Gens. McFeeley Mciveever. of the Hour After the ColH8-on Thirty- by preconcerted arrangement make when ha needed it. This beggar had ttsa

a Improving the Service-Other Washington army, were present.The Nine People on Board of the Vessels at their appearance out of little boles almost alL-Burdette in Brooklyn Eagle

the Time. simultaneously and in numbers
t Jfewt.WASHINGTON. It Need Verification.

; Nov. 1.-Samuel V. NEW YOBS Nov. The Chesapeake that run far up into the millions. Thisis T. E. Dickinson, the real estate man
Best of His Life in Sing Sing. .
r- Holliday, commissioner of customs has NEW YOKE No. 1. -The Jury in the and Ohio Railroad company's steamer always done after sunset, and by 9 takes an annual summer ou at a

. submitted his report for the fiscal year I I I trial of Andrew Becker charged withi Kanawha arrived here Wednesday o'clock the same night the hordes have place way up in northern Miciwhich

. ending June 30, 1839, to the secretary i I i I the murder of James Connelly, at Rich- morning with-the crew of the steamers appeared. They are not very active be can only reach after sdapd

; of the treasury. The customs receipts | wood, S. L, after deliberating all night Cleopatra and Crystal Wave, which when they first out of their sub- journey, after the railroad cad
j for the amounted to $225,202,411. I I brought in a verdict of murder in the collided and sank off the Delaware appear is reached, by wagon. He has just returned

. The principal year receipts were: Customs second degree. Judge Cullen sentenced capes Tuesday morning The Cleo- terranean homes but they make what and delights! his friendS'by repeating ,

I duties e2 7,701; customs tonnage, I I I Becker to life imprisonment in sing patra was from West Point for New speed they can toward the nearest trees. story after story of his success
York and the Wave them the lower leaves in One of ,
fees etc. $085.648 Sing. Crystal was from and climb to fishing. his favorite
$173,208; storage, ; I,
, emolument fees $3.21,2-7. Rube Borrows Still at Liberty. New York for Washington.The where they fairly swarm sometimes as yarns is that one afternoon after cap.
, Kanawha overhauled the disabled as thirteen clinging to one turing enough trout to fairly load
The principal expenditures were: BiBinxoHAH, Ala.. Nov. 1.-The net many pup d
. of the '. result of the chase after Rube Burrows vessels soon after the collision. She tried dak leaf. Those which are belated either down a team that had been hired to
collecting revenue
p. from Expenses customs, $7,034,713. Debentures, and his partner in Blount county, i to take the Cleopatra in tow, but both cling to the bark of the tree or-if too take care of the flab, he felt a tog at

Excess of $4,35 two dead deputies aud one dead blood- steamers sank within an hour. She hada late to get that far-fasten their claws to his line, followed immediately by oa y
$3,012,833. deposits, ,
- I'.I crew of twenty*six men, and the Crystal -
t hound. The outlaws liMve ths of exceptional Alter
Construction and maintenance of escaped, the 3ret convenient object and wait for energy. sense
759. I chase has been abandoned and allI Wave had thirteen. All were taken fifteen minutes of beautiful play he
which is
the transformation to
lights, $2,771,436. i I Lands have returned homai safely aboard the Kanawha. The Cleopatra grand landed a trout a brook trout
; had bales of convert them from ugly crawling thingsof wtigfc-
The commissioner calls the attention 948 cotton aboard for
in Bus
! of the secretary to the necessity of establishing i i I I New York. She was an old hulk and silence and gloom into gorgeous thingsof # nearly seven unbounded pounds. aston
j some fixed rules in relation j i II I Pure Air from Coak steamboatmen do not wonder that she the air and the sunlight, the males ishment was when, in

, to leaves of absence of per diem em |I An Englishman is credited with the was wrecked by running into the little endowed with musical powers, and both drawing out the book, which apparently
' the trout had scvallowedthezfollowed
ployes of the service. He recommendsthat Crystal Wave. The latter was a small clad in suits of and
of method of
gay orange
discovery a producing
c the appropriation for expenses oft per- but swift boat formerly plying on the a pound and a half ttontt
collecting tae revenue from customs pectly pure air from the combustion of Harlem and East rivers as an excursion black with gossamer wings of iridescenthues which was alive and kicking. The ,

should be permanently increased to a I 1 I coaL The process is very simple and is boat She was on her way to Washington But a few minutes elapse afterthe ,. smaller fish had taken the hook and y

,, sum aJequate to the prompt payment described as follows: It consists of a for service on the Potomac. pup have secured a rutting place immediately thereafter had been twsJ-

of all necessary expenses under this : brick chamber about 5x2x2 feet built Capt. Dole of the Cleopatra. Bays before the dull skins begin to crack along lowed by the larger fish. J. Milton!

head, without having recourse to the income i, upon the ground. At one end is a feed that when he sighted the Crystal Warp the back. Oliver the attorney in the opera

from the collections incidental to chamber and a fuel chamber, and at the she was coming down on the port bow, COMING WITH PRU3IS. house block, having been in company
," the service now allowed'by law to be other a powerful exhaust and blast fan. showing a red light AU of a sudden Then the imprisoned cicada works his with Mr. Dickinson, will verify this
used for that purpose. she starboarded and shot across theCleopatra's freedom the first soft white
Placed intermediately between thechamber way to ,at a story.-Chicago Hejald.Large .
The source of income is, from the, bow, making collision inev q
effect of legislation! continually dimin- and the fan are baffle plates, splitting itable. The weather was cloudy but thing, but quickly developing wings and -
ishing. and no permanent provision : plates, a standing bridge with perfor- not loggy nor very dark. becoming hard and active. For the most Cltiee and literary Ixwpiratioo.

having been made to counteract,this diminution ations at the back, and a hanging bridge CapL Martin of, the Crystal Wave, part it does not require more than twen- Many writers, some of them men of s
F the appropriation is, with the with perforations at the front. Thereare says that the vessels exchanged the ty minutes for the soft prisoner to become great ability, will be astonished to beat

strictest economy, liable each year to be' also several carefully proportionedinlets proper signals, according to the naval a perfect cicada though sometimesan that !Ir. Havens was compelled to lean

insufficient to provide for its proper collection to supply the exact quantity of air code, but the Cleopatra came straighton hour or more is consumed in the process New York because "a large city is fatal

of the customs revenue. An in- requisite for perfect combustion. Issu- and struck the Crystal Wave on the and several hours are required to to Inspiration. Mr. Eugene Field ia w
crease of the permanent appropriation starboard quarter before the latter boat reply to thisiuo general statement,poini
ing from a fan mouth of twelve inches produce the final color. The males are
{ to $7,oo.OOO annually, with fixed salaries could get out of the Capt Randall
Francois Villon did find
to customs officers and the pay in diameter, comes rushing a column of owner of the Crystal Wave, was the first by several days to appear, and out that not the
! ment into the general fund of those !I|; hotair, marking the pyrometer at its aboard the vessel at the time. they herald the first dawn of their new atmosphere of Paris, not even of Ua

items of collection which are applied to ,I exit a steady, uniform temperature of The Crystal Wave was urchased a existence by trying their drums; for Bohemian Paris in the midst of which be

t the expenses of this service, would, the 500 degs. Fahrenheit. Not a trace of few days ago by Capt RandalL of their musical apparatus is in effect drum lived,at all hi jurioos to his work. Hones

t. commissioner thinks tend greatly to smoke or fume is visible to the eye; not Washington, for;45,00Be neglectedto like. At first their music is rather feeble according to Mr. Held,was scarcely era

' simplify accounts, establish certainty I|I a taint of any kind is perceptible to the insure her and looses the entire but in a little while it secures the proper away from Borne though many are_
; as to the: sum that could be expended, taste or smell-New York Telegram. amount which he says represents nearlyall tone and force, and then it scarcely der the ixnon that though bemads
f and in'evers be an improvement the savings of lifetime The Cleopatra
the way on a knows any rest. Nor do they drum at his observations in the capital he wide
present system. 'I f was worth about $50XXX
Oo the New York Elevated. haphazard, but rather in unison, and so his epistles his satires and: his odes b

Pension Affairs. }. It has been said by people of superficial A Disabled Steanuhlp. it is that the noise of the swarms can be the retirement of his Sabine farm fit

WASHEIOTOX, Nov. 1.-Gen. Baum, oSservation that the impulsive, excitableman NEW YORK Nov. l.-The steamship heard fully a mile away, and is positively FIeld, however, is doubtless right in isj

commissioner of pensions, had a long on the platform near the middle of Colorado, of the Mallory line, which deafening when close at hand. ing that numberless great English a*
conference with Secretary Noble at the left here a week ago for Galveston, tbors from and Chases
the car just as the train is coming to a The male cicada eats very little while Shakespeare
interior pension bureau department matters yesterday generally.about The I stop,who is jumping back and forth, un- She anchored, put back at yesterday Sandy Hook to this bar port.and waiting for the female to appear, and down to Dickens and Ibackeray, did

rerated employe cases were discussed i I certain which door to run for, is the most signaled for asbisUnce.) It appears that that little is in the form of sap from the some admirable writing in busy Loodsa

but no definite action with respect to miserable man in the world but he is she lost her rudder and has been trees the bark of which is slightly Goldsmith, H is true, when he vw

those particular cases, was determined i t not; the most truly wretched is the one tossing about ever since her departure. punctured for the juice to exude. The about to write his "Natural History,*

upon.Two. I i who has put his ticket in his pocket and She carries a large list of passengers. coming of the females is hailed by the took a cottage in the country; but trot

, important changes in the method dropped a dollar and ninety-five cents' ACCIDENTS ON THE RAIL waiting lords with an increased noise, was less for the sake of solitude thta

,, of transacting the business of the pension I worth of change intothe silent, immovable and for a few days the air is thick with with a view to the direct study of certain

office were determined upon by | chopper box which never gives up Results in the Los of Several Ltvea and the flying insects, so much so that the AntmAl, such as sheep and owe.
Gen. Baum yesterday. It has been the
custom to send two calls to the
: for information war BOANOKE, Va., Nov. Passenger days after this the males die gradually, him. We have H, indeed on the so-
i record of an applicant for regarding a de-I PRICES CURRENT.WALL train.No 2, going east over the Norfolk and the females busy themselves with thority of Johnson himself, that Goldsmith

one to the secretary of war and STREET.: NEW YORK-Money on call and Western railway, collided with the the task of egg laying. Each female scarely knew the difference between *

other to the surgeon general The military was stringent this morning, the ruling rates freight train coming west, one and a will lay in the neighborhood of 500 eggs I a horse and a cow. But the
records are on file in the adjutant being 7 per cent. bid; quarter miles below Buford station, at and the manner in which she lays them "Vicar of Wake e1d" was written fa;
general's office and the medical records fours coupon 127# bid; fouranJa8 do 1:30 o'clock yesterday morning. Lee is really remarkable. She selects the heart of London, in the midst of
from the hospital rolls in the Im bid. Jones, fireman on the freight train young
general's ornce. Both records surgeon were The stock market opened strong and }$to Sonny MoDaniel. a colored tramp from twigs only, and, with a singular apparatus noise, distress and duns. Dickens once

some time ago brought together in the %per cent higher\Z except for Jersey Central Lynchburg, and Joseph Gwinn, colored called an ovipositor, bores holes in wrote hi Household Words a pleaac
surgeon general's oince. Gen. Baum the which first was half boor:per cent.the general lower. market During brakeman were killed. regular order along the under side of the story of an author who went to the seaside .

yesterday decided that two separate and further advanced and by: the first call under The following were wounded: L. E. twigs, into which the eggs are regularlyand with a quire of paper and a banc e i y
distinct calls for this information were the lead of the Union Pacific values were Wickes. conductor on the freight, leg carefully placed. Each nest contains of quill pens in order to complete, far 4
unnecessary, sc he has issued an orderto up IMc. Among trust stocks Sugar advanced lacerated, necessitating amputation and about twenty eggs. The ovipositoris from the busy bum some work on walcb
consolidate them into This will 1 per cent. Toward 11 o'clock there otherwise injured it is feared
one. fatally he
; a most ingenious contrivance, and Is was engaged. But first one thing, f
was some selling to realize and frac-
not time and profits a Jacob Bowers extra
gave only but clerical fireman
paper tional reaction from the best figures took right composed of three parts one part beingan then another, attracted his attesting
labor besides. thigh broken and cut about the face and
He also issued instructions to headsof the place.feature In the of hour the to dealings.noon, Reading Some was head; Andrew Francis, postal clerk, awl with which to pierce, and two and it was not until bo returned to tls

divisions in the office directing that blocks of the stock changed hands and large its front teeth knocked out and cut on the parts being opposing saws with which to chambers in London that he was abJeto

all claims involving large sums of price declined to the opening figure-43. head and arm; William Steffey, engineer cut. And after the nest has been cut get seriously to work.-London Life
money, after they hsve been prepared The remainder of the list was strong and on freight, cut badly on the out of the twig the ovipositor acts as a
for special adjudication, are not to be made further gains on the early improve neao. tube down which the egg is propelledinto Musical ConnoMeon.Oh .

. passed upon. The y are to be broughtto ments is dull by but noon.firm. At this writing- the market The accident resulted from the misapprehension its place in the nest. say :Maode, did you go to che
t his desk, aud he to of orders. When the
them his consideration proposes give Atchison... ..... 31V Mich. Cent..... OO% Thaxton TWENTY FEET UNDER GBOUND. symphonyoonce1r
personal before freight passed had
the C., B. & Q.....106K N. Y. Cent..l00'l they until, After the cicada has laid all her eggs "Uh-huh; d'jooT
pension certificates will be issued. C., C., C. & I,.. 75 Northwestern... 1:20 a. m. to reach Buford siding, but "Yes
' % she loses her and wasn't it IovelpP""Diving
strength dies. She has ;
This chB.Dp1ril1 not delay the final ad. Del &Hudson., } Ohio & Miss....1..1233 the conductor read the order 1:40 a. m..
t 1''" judication of the claim as the commis- D., L & W.....140K Pacific Mail.... 32} and thinking he had ample time, ran lived a dreary underground existence of I just love to hear the violins

,' .-J juoner intends.to.rflT the preference to Erie............. 29 Rock Island.... 9S -4 ahead. seventeen years, to enjoy a brief life ofa quaver the way they do."
cter and examine LakeShore.....107> St. Paul........ 69& An old colored man returning home few weeks in the air and sunshine. '-SO dd L Did you ever hear Ul Jenkins -
'I the cases as soon as brought before him. L & N! ......... SlJi Western Unton. 65I signalled the passenger train and And now the new brood is started on a play the 'Blue Danube waltzes

: He does not not intend to make a reexamination I Cincinnati. warned it of the approaching freight seventeen years of life. The eggs hatch the piano?*
of the cases but in connection WHEATSOc.. train. Speed was reduced, bat the collision "Yes heT
with the official In about six weeks, and the baby cicadais ; she plays it lively, doesat
familiar with the COB.*-a@3dc. oould't be avoided. FOOT freight I
. ewes he will go over them so as to know Wooi-Unwashed, fine merino, 18@19c; cars a postal oar and both engines were about one-sixteenth of an inch long and "Have you got' any b'nmr"Ye4.
w what they are and the principle upon {-blood combing 23@24c; medium delaine badly wrecked.On very active, though so light that it fallsto here Oueo kinds; take joorchoice.
, which they have been decided and combing -U&26c; braid 18<330c; medium the ground from a height sometimes ., ."
Jo clothing 2> The President at the Theater. merino X and XX, 28@29ci..medium clothing GOSHEN, Ind. New. 1.-The limited baa of the solo?"
a pair strong with which to
SO 31c delaine
@ ; fleece, @ 1c.
+ Harrisonlast WASHINGTON, Nov. 1 .-President HAY-New samples offered at $';.(X>@lo.50; vestibule the Lake train Shore bo.road 1, west wrecked bound on dig a hole in the ground, and it puts "Oh, ever so much. He was such a
for the at
night first was
time old to choice "
common timothy sells at
$8.00 them into use immediately. Down it I cute little man.
since his inauguration attended a theatrical @12LOO per ton; prairie brings $7.00 _ performance. It was to see the straw, $5JX6cOXCATTUB ( ; train was thrown on its aide ana goes Into the earth and for seventeen "It was awfully funny to see him tip

celebrated Artiste Rhea, "as Josephine, --Good to choice butchers, f3.15@ every truck torn oC A wrecking train years burrows and burrows sometimes away up on his toes wary time he tang
t Empress of the French: at Albaugh's 3.63i fair, $1.23
. opera house. The president was accompanied stockers HOGS and Selected feeders, $2.00@3.00.; to the scen Various reports.are i not one-quarter of that but chang foot just 88 well as be could with the
by Mrs. Harrison, Secretary butchers and heavy shipping rife as to loss of life and injuries to ing its skin other.
JH.05@4.15; fair to good packing, $aw twenty-five or thirty times
f I Bust and wide Attorney General Miller @! 4.03; common and rough packing, | .25@ learned.passengers but the truth cannot yet. bI during its underground travels It liveson "If you don think of the fonnf '
and Mrs.
Russell Harrison. The presi ass; fair to good light, $4.00(34.10; pigs the But bonjoT
juices extracted from roots and things. wasn't the
, dential party occupied two stage boxes, f3.65t4.O1Saa
t and appeared to be delighted with the >o -- 2.OooaLAMBsa5og5 Freight Can Derailed. sometimes but not often, injures trees. "Well I .should say so. Tbat dresi

.. performance. They came early, before ro.ChJeaao. WORCESTER, Mass., Nov 1.-By the When the time for its reappearanceon looked as if it had been cot byacarpeo-:
the overture began, and remained until 1 derailing of two cars of a freight: train earth comes near again it gradually ter.
the final fall'of tho curtain the on the Boston and Maine railroad at works its "Which
at end off Hooa-Ligbt, 13. @4.ID; mixed, $\85@ Oakdale, way toward the surface, it pan t the programsdid
the sixth act The theater was crowded. yesterday traffic over the finally tunnel like the
4.10;heavy, faS5&LlUCATTLE main tracks digs a upward to the sur- you mostTI
t. many public officials and prominentpeople -Extra beeves, fL50g5.00; steers, hours. A was delayed for several face going up occasionally to peer about think the last number was the best
; occupying seats in tIle body oft $3.0004.50;cowe. bulls and mixed, $1.20(3 wrecking train was sent to *
the house. 2.85;stockers and feeders, $1:85(33.00 the scene. No one was injured. and discover by signs known to itself Did JOU watch the trombone pbred""Yesi
> *. sRZXP-&eQ5o when the 20th of May has come. If .the didnt he have cute, PW
t r ,J. onsud Lewis' TriaL Lanes-44.5045.73 Talmage Start on HI Foreign Trip. soil ia marshy where it has elected to cheeks wbeafee played? I didnt tato

\V GToa, Nov. L --Secretary PltUbarg. NEW YORK Nov. 1.-Dr. T. Dewitt appear, or if heavy rains are prevailingat : my eyes off him. once."
D1abi.Ma not yet reached a full de- Talmage, his wife, daughter and hi the time it has been known "1 tfcaf
CArrL -Prime, f4.CO@4.50 good, f3.50@ to builda was looking at the young nan
1 ; private and wife
: secretary were.
ciai ;.the case of United States Con- 3.S5 fair $3.0005.25 among turret six inches above combs h1
uhtotis ; ;common, IX&Xc. the passengers on the steamer City of ground with a played the$uoe. The way be
$ against whom serious charges Hogs Riiladelphias.
$4.40@4.50Yorkers, roofed curved hair rsbtailooksoiaLeseetth6
Paris which cap so that it back msi
. sailed for can go
' up
wewfrnade concerning his actions K20 while'aV Tangier .Morocco. The secretary Since Prime, $4.r@\00;.lair to good, terda Two thirds of congregation into it and be in safety from drowning "Do you know mamma think I baft
i has. however, acquitted Mrl Lewis fJ..OOg4.50common,134c. of toe burned Brooklyn Tabernaclo in case of flood. It is at the time-whenit Improved In my music wonderfully by

of the charge made against him by New York.WHEAT were at the Inman dock to see their emerges from the earth after its.long going to the symphony concenar
Bomon the former pastor off and wish him godspeed. sojourn there that it is in Tm them.
Arogue interpreterat -No. 1 red winter, SrjQSl 3(e most danger going to every one of
J' -the Tangier consulate, of withholding :November, 82WC.OAT8 Among the floral offerings to Dr. TaJ, from grwmfgq; for then: :the hog and "3o am Lw Merchant Traveler.
r money due the latter for fiiteen Cosh4141e. mage was a magnificent floral duplicate other imhntt 1"1lnd', Ii toothsome
morsel -
months services. .The records of the Na 3 mixed,25} i t: show that mx n ; three feet high. Dr. Talmage will begene and devour it in great numbers. Ata On a farm al TJnadilJa, Mich..
department Azogue *ras paid tha
later when it has broke out bees and
period between the
in full for the time he contracted to until the middle of next January. gained the
serve and that BO formal Toledo. He will stop at'Paris, Borne, then go to power of flight, it becomes .the., prey of; turkeys, and seventeen of the a**
which the department arrangementof had 3 11UT-QuJet.1ItC;MaT, *: cash. ,.. 'N) c; ;Deoeinbac ea Naples all through the Holy. land: and osna. birds though;>> it was reserved tort ter were stuns to death before the cesf -

oQguilanpe.l4been atered.igto for back to America again. e little EpLab._ sparrow 'tQ' inaka__ the .4..oa of .


.t c;,

,g4 ,..a -.<,. ( .' .... '" .. .. ... .... : ;Ii: .$' "
-' !: .h.. ,,' '. ':.;,:..V 1.v.- ,, 'k

f $ It'
t lt ti .
4'i 'f

; ; .", r THE,-, FLORIDA- r 'STAB, WEDNESDAY*:.-*Ii NOV.. 6, 1889. 7 -
'. -..--' -
"if., llnrit the Trade to consider my FLORIDA. THE MUSIC HOUSE OF FLOBIDA.
lArge and Very Complete Stock when| -- HERE WE ARE
to Purchase THE
., deliring I CURE A. B. CAMPBELL .

... -
"..: Jacksonville, Fla.

3 I Knabe Pianos. Weber Pianos, Haines ,,
ard Bros. Pianos, Aforris Pianos, Wilcox &

J. T., White Organs and Chicago Cottage Before an intelligent, appreciative and_
pot. I Bay CORE I do not mean merely to Organs.I .
DRY GOODS them for&time,and then hare them re will Sell and Deliver at your nearest public, present ourselvesand
No. again.made the disease of station High GradePIANOS make our bow, announcing that we

lOOp EPILEPSY or are candidates for their favors, good if

., a Shoes 2 1 40 54 FALLING SICKNESS, wishes and-cash.

2 48 study. I WARRANT my remedy to
3 23 the worst cases. Because others have As blood is thicker than water, so is
is no reason for not now receiving cure.
i 3 42 at once for a treatise and a FREE BOTTLE cash better than credit. We to ,
4 20 )' INFALLIBLE REMEDY. Give Express OR propose
Hats 4 30 Post Office. It costs you nothing for a get out of the old ruts and Sell our'
and it will cure you. Address

* 5 6 57 15 .ROOT,MC., I83PEARLST..NEWY08K Goods at Rock Bottom Prices for hard ,i

6 13 p ORGANSFOR Cash.
7 25 p "
10 13 We handle a first-class line ofOlotliizig

frlI 10 45 LKS8 MONEY than any other house in the
United States. I Will ship a Piano or Organ to
TRUNKS VALISES New ; any honest man or woman on trial, and if not
at satisfactory I will pay freight both way $25
cash and $10 a month on a Piano, and$10 cash and ,
$5 a month on an Organ till paid for-not much
ship more than ordinary rent. On these very liberal
I. sail terms anyone can own a instrument. Send for Both Ready-made and to Order. ,
BFURNISHING GOODS FREE CATALOGUE containing full information.
Sheet' Music Strings,Violins, Banjos, Guitars, Ac. 1
: cordeons, and in fact, every :Musical Instrument .
ida PIANOSORGANS ., that is made and at very low prices. Send for complete OurGents'
GENTS' STRAW HATS TRAINS Catalogues. I have 20.000 pieces of Choice .
.Music at 10 centsper copy
AT YOUR OWN PRICE.I A. B. Campbell, Jacksonville, Fla. 5 Furnishing DepartmentIs

*3' Lv

Mr 1 I Can "Beat the Jews" on Low Complete. Nobby Hats from
Priced Pants, to Close Out. Ar I SCOTT'S' first-class hands and Shoes to suit the

+1 LI& B. s. M. H. most fastidious. Trunks, Valises and -

Lv Hand Satchels, too low to quote.

Cigars and Tobaccos: we can-

not be excelled in the count.We .
No. PURE COD LIVER Gil '''. .

LADIES'DRESS 8 9 33 30 a June I to Aug. I 1,1889. Am HYPOPKOSPHIT3SSAlmost earnestly ask an inspection of 'o ar i 7

10 23 a Goods before buying elsewhere.J. .:
10 35 as Palatable as Milk. ..

! DRESSGOODS 11 17 a $257000Worth So disguised that it eaR be taken 'v. Rogers & Co. '
11 40 digested, and assimilated by the moat 1 .<
12 34 p of Pianos and Organs I.nlltivatomaob, when the plain 011tannot.
from best maker to toe closed be tolerated; and by the combination .
12 48
p out regardless cost orvalne. or the oil with the hypophof.phitei .
1 20 p Stock too large. Mast convert U much more efficacious.
; into cash or installment assets. Remarkable as A flesh producer.

daily 3 Some,entirely NEW INSTRC Persons gain rapidly while taking It.SOOTr'S S. H. RAY
( : ALBNTS not used a day. ,
MILLINERY EMULSION is acknowledged
Some,Nearly New-used a few
months only. Physicians to be the Finest and Best prepayration
in the world for the relief and cure of *.
Some,used a year or so.-Some, TITUSVILLE FLA. r
No. 5 used two to three years.Some CONSUMPTION, SCROFULA ,
ry p fine Second Hands
5 44 P in exchange, and made new In DISEASES, EMACIATION, .. ..
LADIES' HATS 7 22 p oar repair Factory. Re-polished COLDS and CHRONIC COUGHS
Ke-strang Restored in Tone
7 50 P and Action, and made good for Ths great remedy for Conswnpticm, and
8 50 p yearn of service.BARGAINS. Wasting in Children. Sold by all Druggist. Genii Merchandise
9 22 p EVERY ONE.
Ladies' Underwear
10 35 p If any dealer Bays he hag the W.L.Don flat ,
10 55 EASY Shoes without name and price stamped 01
p TERMS, the bottom put him down as a frau STORE. :
Print 11 50 p Your OWN TERMS almost. .
fcts., Very light monthly Payments,
Lrau. let*., $o. or Small Cash Payment and balance -
when yon get ready. -
Ginghams Tcts., Florida

Standard Cotton Checks, i cl.rm. .J"I CASH BUYS CHEAP.Give I propose to keepPirst.Olass ---...

.. & .., yon all the time wanted
No. but SPOT CASH will save yon
Needles, Seta., 5:10 p meet money.yon TRY every US time.PIANOS ON.. We will A StockGROCERIES ,

Jeans, 20cU, 5:27 p
::-.; ;
Spool Cotton, 2cts., l p
6:04 p < -OF- V
Brown Cottons,Gets., 6:16 p

Ladies' Lace Mitts, 15cts. and 2Octs.Wies' at Dail $50, $75, $100, $150.ORGANS.

Kid Gloves TScts. to $1.00; reduced 110

from $1.00 and $1.25. Ladies' and i-

Spring and Summer Hats Very Low to North.

Cme OuR $24, $35,_$50, $75. A .., ,

No. '1('.
2 40
I am prepared with several Carloads ofFERTILIZERS 2 312 48 p p CLEARANCE SUMMER 1889.SALE $3 SHOE GENTLEMEN.Best DRY GOODS, .

4 20 p In the world. Examine his
4 57 I

tusville L 82.00 and 81.75 BOYS' SCHOOL SHOES
All made In Congress, Button and Lace. Hens' Ladies' & Cliildrens' V
To supply the wants in this line. to
at 6:00 W. L. DOUGLAS '

Potash, a m for SaOES.ALSO:
Best Material. Best Style. Best Fitting. .
Ground Bone, If not sold by your dealer write
Ash Element, Examine. L. Douglas' $2 Shoes for
Acid Phosphates, No. SlieriflPg Sale. Gentlemen.

Cotton Seed Meal, lOOp and by virtue of an execution FOR SALE BY CROCKERY GLASSWARE r
2 42 p out of the Circuit Court for the ,
Cotton Seed Hill Ashes, 3 00 p Judicial Circuit of Florida, for C. J. HECTOR

Fish and Potash 6 00 p county, upon a judgment lately HARDWAREAND s
c Bradley's Orange* Tree 6 2') p in said court by Annie L. Melbourne, Fla.
Daily D. P. Smith
a free dealer, against
And Vegetable Fertilizers. For of the estate of Frank -: :-

Will meet Jacksonville quotations with above, deceased, to be satisfied out of the For Sale by .

freight added, in same quantity lots. at city of said,estate I have in the levied hands upon of said and U. D. HENDKICKSON, Ship Chandlery Goods:

Lake Worth Fla.
95 ,
at public outcry, in front of the
J. A.
door, at Titusville, in said
r Prices Reduced on Dearly all D. F.. ,on the first Monday in November, These will be the main features ols my -
1889, between the hours of 11 a.m. Pianos & business, but orders sent me for anything ." a
Lines in Stock. p. m., the following-described real Organs kept in any store in Titus-
belonging to the estate of Frank yule will be promptly filled.
deceased, in the hands of his ad- -
to-wit: V.
cy one, section three, township thirty If you want to purchase a i-ill b Frnits.Eggs Chickeil s V F_ _

1 have too many Goods to enumerate A range thirty-eight east, containing. Piano or Organ, write to the undersigned y r fOr
and one-half Also lot :
prices on all that are reduced.. acres. ,
section thirty-four, township twen i or give him a call. any Country Produce my customersor

I COME AND SEE. south, range thirty-eight east Can sell you any of the in- friends may bricg f 1
sixty-four and one-half acres. to market. ,
the northeast quarter of the north- struments of the best and lead- t
I fill undersold
not be
quarter of section three township ing makers at prices that defy I ask for a share of the public patronage -
south, thirty-eight east, con-
range and come as a supplicant; not a '
I am Prepared with CHEAP CM.who& forty-eight acres. Also lot four, competition. die tator, asking for your'fayors.If

GOODS, and with' Better. Goodsto reader an Shall atarting forty ten, east township; containing thirty-five sixty-four south, Pianos and Dips sold on the.Mall- goods courteous and low treatmentY"f figures<, t f

Supply You. aaotaer t hundredths acres. the candidate for: .- **
Om take.hold) JAMES* E. BOWMAN, menrplan whEn teMJisrannt public favor,
Sheriff Brevard Co.
dOIlrfor : then Pm
::: & GRAHAM I '
I world. 24 to (MB on Organs elected.W
wanted. for plaintiff !

Very, Respectfully., talkfa aeeom- rnc*a above sale has been postponed un- : All correspondence will receive prompt Agent for Chattanoosa Plow Co.. ,
1 chaa before second day of December, 1889, attention.E. Chilled Plows and SugarCane ,__

GEO. B. &TJMPH oath can do,aa being the first Monday' in the J Milte. .' ",
in-the month. :
to the** : B. :WAGER, '
TITDSVILLE *"LA. abonld Family yon J. E. BOWMAN, ; ,
I Brevard'C untyFIa.: TltusvIIle, Florida. B ::a.iBav.:

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YESTERDAY'S ELECTIONS. -Mr. Walter Howland, the insurance -J. S. Watson & Co. received, to-day, f
iii agent, is in town again. a fresh lot of Henderson's seeds.

(Special telegram' to tie Star) -Capt. T. E. Richards, of Eden, was -Buy cotton seed meal of S. Gents Black Diagonal Suit,......... 6.00 Jerseys Jerseys !
A this your J. Jerseys !III!
dispatch, morning, from in town for a day or so last week. Watson & Co. II c. II 41 !
They are head-quarters better 9.00
states that Virginia is Demo- -Rev.Sidney Wilbur has removed to for fertilizers. ,
-- his residence in South Titusville. U /* u." 13.45 Over 200 to select from.
cratic by thirty thousand; New Jersey new.
-Just received stock of furni-
I. is overwhelmingly Democratic and New Mr. Ensey is moving into the cottagenear ture, and will continue, a large full best

; York probaUy Democratic. Massachusetts the river owned by Mr. Henry Tituf. line. Geo. B. Rnmph.Money to keep a grade,......................._..... 15.00 The Finest Jerseys in town, only! $>.00

is Republican, and Ohio is in doubt. spent-Dr.Saturday G. W. and Holmes]Sunday, of in City our Point town., Money Money to Usual price, oar.r to $26. Very Fine Jersey,..................... j.13

No change in other states. Iowa is -See advertisement in another column to loan on real estate. Apply to Robbins Gents Cotonade Suits, at $3, $450 & $5 A Nice All-Wool Jersey....._..... gg

claimed bv the Democrats T.U. of second-hand buck-board for sale. & Graham Titusville, Fla. Gray Flannel Suit, ...... .....$ 6.00 The S. 31. c.Jersey fast black.... 63

-A very pleasant gathering of our -Mrs. Gaulden has been quite ill with Mixed Check and Striped Suits,... 8.00 Corsets at half the usual price.
LOCAL, L.4 COSICS. young folks was noticed at the dance at fever the past few days,but we hope soon

-The Board of Road Superintendents Wager's Hall Monday evening. to see her up and around again.If Special Bargains in Suits 8.90 at $6.50 and,$10.00$7.50, A Splendid Corset...........-:....... 40

-, held a meeting on Monday.Mr. -Oranges are commencing to move you have a pair of shoes that need The best Corset in the Market(Dr.Xlee .

L Thursbv, arrived at the forward from this!' section. The fruit is mending carry them to G. Nolle, locatedin I Wool Hats, nobby Styles: 63c., 65c Gilbert's), only..................... -g

Grand View on Monday evening's train, I ripening much earlier this year than for S. the building on Main street opposite

'0 on his way to 3Ierritt.Mrs. many years past. good H.job.Ray's store. He can give you a Shoes of all kinds will continue to be a leading feature of

H. J. Brown, who has been Messrs.J. F. Lewis and W.M. Brown
S went quail bunting last Friday and -Mrs. S. H. Ray presented her husband -
spending about three weeks with relativesin THE PEOPLES CASH
South Carolina, is expected to return bagged thirty-two quail in the pine woods with an infant daughter last Fri- BAZAAR.
southwest of town. day, and now Sam has another assistantto
the last of the month.
aid him in keeping the
Major C. B. 3Iagruder returned from -Tell your folks that The Bazaar will rhymes and cries. up nursery J". P.. TUB.J.VEB.., Proprietor

his trip to Atlanta and North Carolina have more and nicer Christmas goods and -Look out next week for the ad
lit much with for I less money than Titusville]] has ever
Friday pleased the time of )Ir. G. B. Rumpn. He is now receiving -=
in that mountainous section. seen before. Don't/orgel it.
spent his Christmas stock of goods and toys
-Mr. E. L. Brady has just received a -Irs. J. Q. Stewart has returned with more to come. He also has a full GEORGE. BOBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM, J. H. ROLLIs,
handsome safe of the Hall make, and from her visit to Connecticut, and is line of samples of ready-made clothing I Attv.-at-Law. Attv.-at-Law. Notary Public.

our friend Mack had to. take a day or so very much improved in health. Captain from Browning, King & Co., which he B.obbin.s.: G-raha.JX1: d3 Ro71" "
to admire and show it to his friends. Stewart met her at this place. invites attention to. REAL ESTATE DEALERS ,

-For Sale-Kirkwood wind-mill, in The evening train has been very late i I -At the meeting of the new Town ALL KIXDS 0.RO.ERTY IJOLGIIT, SOLD d: ,
perfect order. Reason for selling have no several nights the past week, owing to the Council held last Thursday afternoon, Members EAUI4\iED.
delay at Enterprise Junction and leaving the of Brevard Abstract of Title Co.
further use for same. For particulars newly-elected officers were installed ; ,
apply to G. Loutrel Lucas, Eden, Fla. largo freights at the way stations. an ordinance passed in regard to the filling P. O. Box, 25O,

Mr. Chas A. Wimer -Captain W. B. Watson started for of vacant offices and Mr. W. M. I TITUSVILLE BREVARD
formerly connected Brown was selected to fill the CO., FLORIDA.
Wilmington Del. last vacancy
with the Orlando Record, was in how Friday morning on the Board of Aldermen made vacant ..L .,...
town a day_or so last week, representing is see the work on the new steamers by the election of Doctor Wilson as We Buy and Sell all kinds of Real Estate and sole
)( &rg. H. Drew & Bro., of Jacksonville.A progressing. Engineer Fitzgerald accompanied The carefully-selected are Agents for a large list of
cautioned all
him. I mayor. mayor the councilmen Properties in parts of Brevard County.
two-year-old budded orange tree to be careful about passing only RELIABLE Information furnished as to character, location and value of Pro
on the place of Mr. Hamshaw, in the -Mr. Arthur Feaster, postal clerk on such! ordinances as should be strictly enforced perty on Indian River.
south end of LaGrange settlement has the main line of the J., T. and K. W. as it was his intention to have Our facilities for the transaction of a general Real Estate buinex> are unequalled,
fruit on it this se3.SOO.Vho can beatit Ry., was in town a few days for the past them carried out to the letter. and every effort will be made to give perfect satisfaction to Intending Purchasers who
? week. Arthur enerally spends his vacations may favor us with their patronage.
among hIs Indian River friends. -The Apron Fair and Oyster Supper No Properties listed unless the Title is Perfect.
f -M. B. Bunnell. brick-layer and held last Thursday night proved quite a Special attention given to Colonies and Syndicates desiring large bodies of low-
1 plasterer, is prepared to take contracts The firm of Turner & Gardner was success financially. We are informed priced lands. Write for Descriptive Pamphlet.
anywhere on Indian River. Addressall dissolved last week by mutual consent, that the proceeds, after paying all expenses .

communications to Titusville, Florida. Mr. J. P. Turner continuing the businessat amounted to something over $45, GEORGE M. ROBBINS President.
:"c 24 the old stand, where he will take an amount sufficiently large to purchasethe WALTER S. GRAHAM. Secretary.

,pleasure in waiting on old and new cus windows contemplated by the Sun- Bre-varc1. .bs'trac't of Ol"fclo Oo..
ti -Captain Pritchard is down the rivera ,
r tomers. day School class. The
i room in which the
incorporated A. L). 1889.
few days this week _working up inter- Fair
f eat in me incorporation 01 the IDdian -Jlessrs.. L. Hatch, W. H. Sharpeand in the was looked quite enchanting CAPITAL, STOCK, $5,000 FULLY PAID XOS-.I.SSESStDLE.
evening lights, the decorationsand ;
R. A. Hardee, of City Point
River Bank, which dates with the adventof were
the in town Monday and appeared before the trimmings with palmetto, etc., at- Charges Abstracts as follows: $3.00 for Opening Number and oOc. for each ad-
new year. Board of County Commissioners in behalf tended to by the ladies, transforming the for dditional Transfer. For continuing an Abstract the charges are the same, vit,$3X10
r7 -Mrs. G. C. Cochran, of Flint. Ga., of an appropriation for the Sub- empty room into a most attractive little the first additional and 50c. for each succeeding transfer.

is on a visit to her brother Judge Jones. Tropical Exposition. resort. Mrs. Pritchard. Mrs. Budge and Taxes Paid for Ton-Residents.
Its We are pleased to state that Mrs. Jones' Mrs. Spencer, assisted by the Misses li6r For
t health has improved very much within Captain Hughes made a trip to Mos- Hale and others, deserve credit for the a Small Fee we will relieve non-resident land owners of the worry and
the past few days. quito Lagoon last Thursday with the successful management of the affair. The Sale.annoyance incident to the Payment of Taxes, and Insure them against lues by Tx

e Tarpon on a hunting expedition. His only little disappointment was the delay 12
-Captain H. Q. Hawley is buildingan party of northern friends did not arrive of the evening train until half-past nine ,..' Box 250, Titusville, Fla
addition to his residence whichwhen fastTweek as anticipated, but are expected o'clock, which brought the supply of;
completed, will give him two more here in a few days. oysters for the occasion, as Indian River E. L. -
looms. He expects his son to arrive here BR.ADYDEALER
this week from New York.J. -Mr. H. E. Sewall and wife, of New oysters are not in market yet. But nearly ,
York; Miss Evans, Miss Jones and Mr. everyone waited patiently for the arrival IN GENERAL
A., DuNt, of Crescent City, the W. W. Barden and wife, of Oswcgo, I of the first bivalves of the season. MERCHANDISE,
pioneer Veil-sinker of the State of Flor- N. Y., arrived in
evening -Monday was! a "big day" for legal FLORIDA
ida,is now operating Lake Worth, Fla., last and started for Eden the following sales at the Court House door. There ,
where all communications may be addressed morning, where they will spend the win- were five different places sold to the Calls the attention of the people of Indian River to the Large and Complete Stock
and information received. .* ofFANOY
ter. "highest and best bidderone of which

-Captain S. A. Bravo has purchasedten -One of the arrivals at the Indian (the Hotel Indian River property); was cis STAPLE GRO .

acres of hammock land from Mr. River Hotel last week was Miss Mitchell, the largest, probably, that has ever occurred GARDEN SEEDS AND SEED POTATOES

Robt. Morrow, situated in the Turnbull Jr., a bouncing young lady of over 11pounds in this section of the State. Made a Specialty. .
hammock,.just north of Jones & Wiley's daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Promptly at 12 o'clock A. W. Cockrell, Cotton Seed Meal always in stock; and being Agent for the Mapea and other
farm near ) ims. The price was$40 per Mitchell. Mother and child are doing Esq. of Jacksonville, read the adver- brands of Fertilizers, can deliver same direct from the Manufacturers and
acre. -: well and 'tis thought that Mr. Mitchell tisement as published in the STAR announcing at their price. We also call the attention of the public to our NEW Agency SHOE,DEPARTMENT
will V A able to ret m tr .Tnnitor the sale and railed for 11 bid which is well stocked in Men's Women's
anon -- ---- and Children'
-Vr. L. T. Daniel, the Cocoa dentist, --- -- -c&A. Onlv one bid made stock of GRAIN Shoes. Our
was and that bv HAY &FEED, of all kinds is
is in Titusville thin week at the Grand -Capt. R. P. Paddison returned from Yr. J. M. Lee for $50,831 through hw Your orders are solicited and largest in this section.
View Hotel, and those who are suffering his trip to Jupiter Saturday night, com- attorney, A. St. Clair Abrams, Esq. attended to. any correspondence or quotation will be promptly -
with their teeth should not miss this op pleting the work of erecting the bea- There were plenty of persons present 26

portunity, but have him to put them to cans ordered by the government on In- who would liked to have bid on such a

rights at once. dian River by placing the lamps in po fine property but the amount was too HAVING BOUGHT THE DiDUXRIVER

Messrs. Hall and Hudnall have the sition. Five of the new lights were large for them. Immediately followedthe
contract for erecting a building to be burning Saturday night for the first reading of master's sale notice in the BEST WATCH IN THE WORLD BAKERYWe

used for a millinery store near the time. foreclosure case of Macomber vs. Altree, will
present Keep Hand
FOR THE on Every Day
residence of Seward Gray. The -Capt. I. E. Brown, of New Haven, by W. S. Graham, E+q. This property is MONEY!
building will be one story, 14x30 witha Conn., arrived in Titusville last Friday located in Cocoa, and was bidden by Mr.
veranda and an L addition. evening and will spend a few days here Macomber for $450. The Vann property, .. FRESH BREAD, CAKES, PIES,
Two teachers attending to business interests. Later on situated at the Haulover canal, was next ONLY $20.1!!
tchool wanted one for a he expects to bring his family to this put up and sold to Capt. L E. Brown for ETC. ALSO
at Fort Drum and
for I
one a
I $2,000. This is
place, and also some of his friends from a valuable piece of prop-
Indian River; males preferred. In New Haven erty, but no one seemed willing to raise 1S1y1 I Bottlers
formation to enjoy the pleasures of a Pyl11'11 I of Sodaiater
as to location Ginger
be furnished salary, etc., will Florida winter. the figure offered by Capt. Brown. Mr. 8 ,
on application to J. H. Jim Sanders, as master, then auctionedoff For a 14K. Gold
Sam, Superintendent of Public Instruction -Mr. A. V. A Winans and wife and the Branning and Filled
property, building Open Face Ale
Courtney, Fla. I Miss A C. Sewall, of New York, were on Washington avenue. Col. Gaulden, 14.It Stem Wind Screw and other Drinks.ALL .
-The Jacksonville, Tampa and Key registered at the Indian River Hotel as attorney tor Mrs. Lund, the owner of nwD: Back and
'-West Railway System offers a prize of Wednesday last. They left next morn- the leased land on which the Washington front cue ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT
$ 5.00 for the best poem consistin of ing for Eden. Mr. Winans has been avenue building is located, put on with an
not less than fifty lines on the subject spending a few months on Indian River notice those persons who desired to ATTENTION.
-Indian River," or Lake Worth." The and has started a pineapple plantation at bid for the buiJdin The entire property Ar aCIRORWALTHAHmovement. S. A.
contest closes the first of March next. Eden, where he will make for himself a was> bid in by Drncilla K. McCrory, BELCHER & COMPAXT,

General Passenger Agent Ackerly will winter home. the mortgagee. for $800. The last niece II Cue warranted by PROPRIETORS

furnish particulars on request.At -Rev. A. F. Sharpe will hold servicesat of property was offered by J. P. Turner. makers for 91 years.WATCHBSsent. ,
Cocoa St. Michael s Episcopal Church, as master, in the foreclosure case of 4
a meeting of the members of the the first and third Sundays of each Brown vs. Bryan and Coachman, and TITUSVILLE FLA.
Baptist Church of Titusville held Sun- bid in the to any point of the .
month; at Titnsville, St. Gabriel's by mortgagee, Captain Isaac
day, Noy. SnL, Mr E. T. Bedding was Church, the second and fourth Sundays E. Brown for $300. This property con- coantrywberethere
received as a member of the church and and in those months containing five Sun, sisted of 120 acres of pine land just north Is an Express Office

Mr. E. H.Other Scott was granted a license to days the fifth Sunday will be devoted to of Mims, unimproved. The aggregate g C. O. D.subject to JACKSONVILLE MARBLE CO,
preach. church business was also Courtney. Service at Courtney and Mer- amount of these five sales is $54,381.I I Inspection beforepnrchatlncwhea
transacted. Sunday School will be heldevery ritt in Dften m:
other months will be held
Sunday afternoon at the Presbyte of the Cocoa appointments.Mrs. the. afternoon -J.lemons.S. Watson & Co. want 500 boxesof 3ronnmeat.
rim Church. order 1s accompanied '
Mrs. .J. M. Lee arrived here last evening -J. S. Watson & Co. have the SOc lIeadstoae
S. M. Lorimier and daughter i strawberry by to pay
,where she was met Mr.
by Lee.
3Ius Laura, arrived in town from Jacksonville will now remain at Rockledge-the They Hotel plants.: Send..them your orders. Express charges.iiiiiiiiiiii. Iron Tendat.

Saturday, stopping with Mr. Indian River opening the 15th of next Dissolution. Lava FanillUft
Lorimier.They all (including Miss month. Mr Lee
to make ,
expects exten- 70.a1.
Susie, who has been staying with the sive improvements? in the property which Notice is hereby given that the firm of a.e Ow,t.u.a.d.,reel i bow],..et Marble,

Mistes Hale during the past week) at- he has lately become owner of, the hotel Turner & Gardner is this day dissolved G raJ11t SlaW.0aJ"L .
tended the social entertainment at the grounds and orange by mutual Wt&t for an mostnted Cata1ogue.WM. .
grove embracing 77 consent.J.
River Hotel on Saturday even acres of land. There P. TCRXEB,
are some other 0.
ing; took a trip to Melbourne and return lands and hotel furniture which will be A. C. GA&DNER. H. SPECK JEWELER &Udiac StcJce,
on Monday: ; were present at the told at a later date to satisfy another Titusville Fla, Oct. 31st 1SS9. t Wire T.ocJ'tdat.

and dance returned at Wager's to their Hall home, Monday at Jacksonville night mortgage. J. P. Turner will continue the business Cor. Lemon and Front Sta. )[.&AWl.1I'OIa .

_ Tuesday morning.St. The musical entertainment given by at the old stand and give you a bigger P KA. t# JlDWLGftt&
value for FLORIDAO.
Mr. C. H. Walton at the Indian River a than you can get anywhere .. -
Gabriel's Church received four Hotel last else in the State. .. -
handsome night was largely attended ,
memorial windows last week about sixty 1 1 .
three of which were purchased and persons being pres- For Sale.A .
in the side ent. The songs, recitations, etc., on the J. c-rcE: = ,
placed east of the church 1
by well one-horse and -- t r
programme were carried out, reflect- wagon one dump-cart r ,
J. N.
Mrs. Pritchard
in memory of ing great credit on the determination of -both new. Will be fOld at a very low
Col. J. N. Pritchard, her deceased husband i Mr. Walton to make it a success. Everyone rate. H. C. CJLETEK, Blacksmith loca Hardware and
and two of her family relatives. enjoyed themselves lion near water tank Titusville ,
The fourth window and many regret Fla. ...
was in memory of that such entertainments 27-4U _
Mrs. A. Parkinson, placed there by are not '"
our given more frequently in our town. Mr.
aged townsman Mr. Parkinson. General j
More Walton Produce
1 of these window will shortly be substituted says the principal credit of the Second-Hand Buck-Board, "afce.ilkS*aD wad afT11b6. R.art a. a-"e X'...u.:!
is due
to Mrs. Sackett anytttaf nude of Wire, Irooor say Mrf-
for the present ones, each one improving who took In good state of toga..
great interest in it and'did repair, for Sale Cheap.'
her Send
far ..
the Csttlogee,
of at 1M .uUM
the church CUB trme
much appearance utmost to make it pleasant for all. Who Apply to MERCHANT trie*f coeds you&r.to.**4 oC sa we ha" dI'ens ..
Tery will give,the second social in town T bmdness OatahcDM, to the S H. RAT. TUoJTlllc Fins too Melbourne Florida SS
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