The Florida star
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075901/00177
 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 13, 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: UF00075901:00177
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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X. TITUSVILLE. ; FLA., WEDNESDAY, NOV. is, issa NO. 30. 'I*'

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Cocoa. I manager, as well as the owner of the Melbourne'. Ilypolnxo. La Grange. ._:? :
in Hotel Indian River it will be certain :.
)fro C. H. Edgerton spent Sunday be kept in first-class, style this winter.Already to. Mr R. W. Goode and family were The weather is very, very dry-and so Mrs. B. R. Wilson was out to see us ,

Cbcoa.Mr I to start from Chicago on Monday.Mr. ami last week.
a great many people have written .
*. V?; Wilsonof Courtney week., made a to Mr. Lee, engaging board for the J. H. Woodruff and a party start Capt. Will H. Moore has given up Lawrence Carlile is preparing ,a teD:""

pleasant visit to Cocoa last season. from Salem, Ohio, on the 18th, we be- ploughing the "wet and briny" and has acre pea garden "- '
is i in Cocoa lieve for Melbourne. tackled the dry and The southeast x
Dr L. T. Daniel again.He On Saturday afternoon the youngestson stony. La Grange Sunday School will have .
Titusville last Fri. breeze wafts his sweet tenor voice over .
came down from of Mr. Travis little fellowof Mr. and E M. its usual Christmas .
-Theo, a I Mrs. Comstock, of the lake to us, as he sings to the old tree. ,
two years-fell off his father's wharf Warren, Ohio, with a number of friendsare mule "Luff! abomination Mr. Gardiner with .full force of -
&T.Sportsmen you long-eared a ..,. i
the into the water which about four here .
are already enjoying was expected shortly.Mr. I
and keep away from that cocoanut hands, is engaged at Turnbull. .
excitement of duck shooting, and with feet deep, and came very near death Peter Gardner in last tree."
From was Miss Sallie of Titusville visited ,
good incce, too 1 drowning. Commodore Hughes ar- week, looking after his customers and The smoke of Indian fires may be seen Cooper ,
rived in his little launch her cousins at Andrew Carlile's.Several .
Err. James Bolton preached at the oppor- taking some good orders. to'the south and*'est, in the Everglades.
tunely upon the scene a few minutes couldn'tsay of-the Turnbull invalids have '
.both "Man-who-lost-his-inouth-piece"
ye. u. E. Church South morning after the little fellow fell into the water, County Commissioner C. E. Chaffee
test Sunday. "N-gah. The accident of course, been recruiting at L. A. Coleman's.T. -, :
and evening and he called his back Ankona
promptly jumped overboard and on way to from bereft him of speech and he had to relyon
The wild ducks continue to come in secured the baby-boy, who by that time the meeting of the Commissioners.Mr. his many friends to do the subject Johnson and son are clearing ham. .
and the river is "liter.s was floating unconscious in the water.It mock lands for gardening,purposes. ; .
each day
flocks, T. H. O'Brien was up on Thurs- justice ; and he can always rely on themto .'
l getting black with duck took some time to resuscitate the day night, returning next morning. We cuss,just a little, when he pounds his 'v. J. Day was taken quite ill in town. ,

)fro Edward tiling is being congratu- and child, but it was accomplished at length, are pleased to see that he has recoverd thumb or capsizes a pot of paint, and recently but is now nearly recovered. '

lited all of *his friends upon his new to Commodore Hughes Mr. Travis from his late indisposition, thanks to they will always be found ready and About 100 boxes of eggplants and oranges ,
1'T the life of his little for
owes no one
w on-L sweet little daughter. the efficacy of his magic plaster.Mr. willing to eat his chicken fixings and pie went from our depot last Friday. .. x.
Po was near or saw him when he fell into and drink his Pomery-Sec. They would .
Messrs. L. and John Thursby arrived. the; water, and in a few moments more W. H.. Campbell has his sloop even embrace his opportunity for him, Johnnie Abbott, of Canaveral Lighthouse r

at Merritt last week, and have taken up he would have been beyond human aid. Cupid engaged in carrying shell from providing she is good looking and don't is visiting the home of his child- ..
in their :Major Graves' shell mound at Melbourne
bachelors' pretty hood.
quarters ] a _
Greatly needed improvements are gum. | }
Beach be used for coveringthe
cottage for the'winter going on in North Cocoa. The numerous walks around, Capt. Hector's Island Your Lake Worth gossipmonger is Jerome Feaster recently shot and killeda
senior Mrs. McGinnis turnstiles, barbed wire fences and out of his element when he attempts to
)[11. McGinnis. Hotel.S. large owl as it was perched on the stable :
Jr and little daughter, left Cocoa on other obstructions to the foot-path are write about boats or boating. He knows roof. ,'.' DI
Jtaodjr, for Brunswick, Ga., where they being removed and handsome braided T. Lipscomb has moved from the just about as much about them as a dog '
Mr. McGinnis. wire fences built along the front of the old house in the Carleton grove to his knows about differential calculus. His Weather delightful for this season-",. .
goto join residences. It i is proposed to run the place near the African M. E Church. fling at the Rosie B. is utterly devoid of rather dry, but this was partially relieved t
Bible reading and prayer meeting will path along by the fences, and thus by There is not a single colored person now truth. I wonder if some country boy by a refreshing shower Saturday. ': ,

it held in the new M. E. Church South, straightening out the crooks and turns, living in that part of Melbourne. northof did not mistake him for a sausage and The teachers of, our Sunday School .E
it boa: on next Sunday evening, at 7 shorten the pathway fully one-half. Its Crane Creek. stuff him accordingly. have subscribed for several copies of the

I ,'dock p. m. standard time. also hoped that ere long the coquina Mr. Ira Crosby has his place cleanedup There is trouble brewin up the lake, Sunday School Times. With this help the 1

1 )Ir. and Mrs. Ncvins, who have been walk (which is so great an improvementto literally as clean as a floor and has and there are some.people in and aroundL. school will be even more interesting than
in Brook- South Cocoa be extended W. P. O. who had better go a little .
months ; ) before.
wending the summer may up his seed beds started. He intends to g ,',
!lt K Y., returned to their Florida that elevated plateau so that visitors and plant his own and the adjoining lot of slow or they may run against some snags The their-
already. When we want a king on L. W. orange growers are giving ...
week. residents alike enjoy the charmingriver ;,
bogie It Merritt last may Mr. E. .C. Thomas with tomatoes and the usual which
Ample is also left for we will elect him in due form ; mean- groves ann working, ,f
Mr.and Mr*. E. M. Moore (nee Miss a light} neighborhood carriage space way, which other vegetables for market. while don't make your porcine proclivities makes a great improvement The orange' -

Gertie Faulkner, of Orange Park, Fla.,) will be most in the near future. We learn that the discriminationmade too prominent. crop promises great rewards this year
one down to Cocoa on :Monday from Surely Cocoa necessary"do more" (as the darkiessay against Melbourne last winter in RUTHVEX. for the attention given them heretofore.Mr. .

Titnirilleto visit friends and relatives ), and the north river bank being the river rates is not to prevail this winter. Chamberlain, of Mims, just arrived '

it this place. only position of Cocoa now left for residences Mr. R. W. Andrews has been working from Chicago, was in the settlement s

Captain and Mrs. Coggin arrived at why not open the way? Anti- hard for this and has succeeded in get- Can Gallic. Saturday to see,about contracting!

Cocoa on Sunday night on the steamer progressors to the rear! ting Melbourne placed on an equal foot- Sidewalk is the all-important topic at for the building of a dwelling Jacob N..

Ceorriana, and are once more cosily set. ing with Lake Worth or any other point. present.Mr. Feaster is about to erect in Kentucky rD

.I 1 tied in their comfortable winter home Edgar.Mr. >. Rev. J. N. Mulford and wife, and Mr. Adam Hogg is busy preparing his Grove.
ii Rock Ledge. Wm. Cluett and nephew and niece of '
a land for School No. 1 is progressing finely In.
F. B. Everett is shipping green- vegetables.Mr.
Mrs. Mulford's arrived here on the St. Bessie
hats and the first monthly examination
White frocks straw sunshades
still on the Indian turtle and oysters by every up river boat. Lucie last Thursday, and proceeded to Blatch and son are as busy as Trojans Feaster and Carrie :Mendel received the ,

Eirer, are while our necessary friends in the North Capt. A. G. Lagow is hauling lumberto Lake Worth the following morning. clearing their land. highest average in A grade, and Jerome .';

I tad We t are shivering and slipping up build a new house. Who will follow Their many friends were disappointedat I Rev. S. F. Gove preached Sunday to a Feaster and Jacob Feaster in B grade. ,. SJI
o fee and snow. the example.We not being able to detain them here fora very fair and attentive congregation.Capt. During the past week school has opened, .
few days. lor A 8 o'clock which will be
; grade at ,
mansion the learn that Edgar is soon to havea John Houston's residence is .
Cot i Set '
1 elegant new going continued throughout the term *
shoe and harness Mr. Hood will We gratified to learn that the < :
shop. are
pride of the neighborhood, is located on ahead rapidly., and so is Mrs. Hous .
Church will have 1 .
Episcopal a resident -
be the proprietor. soon
the elevation of house along
highest any f' ,
' the Rev. Henderson Prohibition Evils. :
rector, ,
F the ,Indian River bank, consequently One of our hunters went out the other j. ton.The :
Messrs Bros.
shownus ,
Judd of Chicago. Ina: letter, Hodgson as .
of the riverfld Editor Florida Star if1. '
cennunding a grand view day and came in with three deer. How : -* .'
by Mr. R. W. Audreys,. ,Dr. Judd are busily engaged attending to their '
surrounding country. is that.fojvgarne? says, "I hope"tobe with, you the 22nd groves. SIR-Can you find space for the en-4 ,,.:

1 A most delightful affair was the There was quite an enjoyable hop at Sunday after Trinity-Nov. 17th." So Mr. J. O. Walton, other im- closed cutting from the New York : :
chnce" given on last Thursday night Mrs. Dora Tubb's last night. All seemedto the rectory will soon be occupied again, is having among his house painted Weekly World of Oct. 16th? It will- _
: at the new Town Hall in Rock Ledge by have a good time. and another light be added. to our vil- and lana cleared. give prohibition mud-slin Berg a chance
: the young men to some visiting youn lage. for a fling at the World. It may serve .
The Debating society is progressing Gleason hauled out four boats voters whose .:'
a ladies at that:place. All who participated Geo. to encourage sensitive common -,
enjoyed themselves greatly. nicely with Reuben Carleton as presi The weather being continually beautiful Saturday, which are being repaired and sense tells them to vote wet, but. .',; .
dent. Full house every Saturday idght. affords but little conversational mat painted as fast as possible.The who are afraid of the mnd-slingers ;,

T. K. D- says his chickens are Frank Everett seems 'to do his own ter. Thank heaven we have the coming { said; and it will show all sound Democrats '.: J
tinging and will soon ,lay. By the Maggie Dillon is on McFadden'sways .,
and elections the '
prohibition municipal how Democrat should vote ;
from the sound of every
tooting now, judging twelve feet added to her
nrchy of"hen fruit" we should say the latter being of greater interest apparently having in December. .:.
last l his cornet at the Canning Company'sstore. length. This makes her nearly fifty feet
chickens had lung out their lay. ; as one gentleman expressed it, "No SUBSCRIBES."In .- M
A Their general health is better than in long.
one wants an office, but they are all '
commenting the recent ,
I Jdj w t'when it hot that they J. E. 1 in town upon over
was so Mr .Watley was yesterday looking cross-eyed at each other. We Rumor says we shall soon have a first- wnelming defeat of constitutional
kid"hard boiled eggs 1"Mr. with some venison which he sold to hear Mr. E. P. Branch mentioned for class store in Eau Gallie, which, we presume bition in Connecticut, the World remarlrV Prohis_: '

and Mrs. S. Harry Peck arrived at the'steamer Georgiana and went home mayor and Mr. E. C. Thomas, for clerk ; ,will be a loss to Melbourne, Cocoa ed: .. .

1 Cocoa: hut Friday on the steamer St. happy. M. G. Ellis for marshal and all the and Titusville storekeepers.Mr. There i is an,earnest popular desire for : ', ,

'I We,and will be the guests of Profe- The"time for the "wet and dry" elec- rest for aldermen, the poor taxpayersbid Cary, of Rochester, N. Y", has the restraint and due regulation of ,the : }"*
l wand Mrs. W. H. Peck during the tion is drawing near Be ready for the fair to be in the condition of Or- started for Eau Gallie with a large steam-I liquor traffic, but experience has clearly, > .-'

wit two or three weeks. They willfend fight, boys; have yourselves well armed pheus C. Kerr's private, the company, launch, and will be accompanied by a shown that Prohibition-neither regulates
t the winter months in Savannah, with good dry tickets. after having chosen the officers, having party on board another steamer. They nor restrains it, but rather increases its
i ft- after leaving the Indian River. but one private left, who with constant I evils, while vexatiously interfering with '
Mra. Dora Tubbs of Tampa, has -' down come all the way by water. .
I pur- drilling from captain to corporals, the individual liberty of the citizen.
Bev. A. F. Sharpe will conduct the chased a lot from Mr. J. S. Bell, and we 1 stood a good chance of being drilled to Mr. William Treutler has completed i
.i' terrfoes at St. Michael's Episcopal understand that she is going to open a death. his bridge, which is to connect with a Whereupon John Thompson, of this' "
:: Chnrch at Cocoa on Sunday next, Nov. millinery store. Good idea. sidewalk to the steamboat wharf, as soon city, asks us to answer these questions: t ,. {.
: 1 ,17.at 10:80 o'clock a. m. standard tIme.. :Messrs. Fee, Nesbitt & Turner have the of the owners of the 1st-Where has Prohibition increased, .' X' '
oldest as permission
Mrs. J. S. Bell is the owner of the the evils of the liquor traffic 1
.;: Alup attendance is expected, as Mr. scored another success in the artesian land be obtained. .
River.She adjoining cnn '
cairpe made so favorable an impression laying hen on the Indian well on Mr. Hector's island place. 2nd-If it ,neither regulates norre-1 i- ;
.A by his termon here two or three weeks is 18 years old and known as "Old Duck. About three o'clock, Friday afternoon, Dr. C. T. Pope, of Longwood, Orange strains but increases it,'how,is the liberty '- t
r'," I She lays about three eggs a week. the whistle of the engine announced a county, has been here and made a suc- of the citizen interfered wift? .

Mr. J. S. Bell made our heart glad flpw of water; drilling, however, was cessful operation on the eye of Rev. H.Di. (1( ,) Prohibition has increased the evils ': .."" ,.
! .P L E. P Paddison spent a few days with sonic nice guavas grown on his continued until after dark. Every few Prince, removing a cataract. This is of the liquor traffic wherever it has been '.: .

Cocoa this week at the Peck House. place in Edgar. We will come again Jim, inches a thin scale of hard rock was met, his fourteenth successful operation. He attempted. For it has added to the vice

"t.tpL* Paddison brought his pile driver in as soon as we can leave our business. and'' as the drill pierced each of these left for Titusville Monday. of intemperate drinking the odious and .
: I'U with him from Titusville to put there was a visible increase in the flow. I demoralizing vices of hypocrisy lying "
Mr. John McAllister has finished the ,
wfe number of piles for a fine new The wife of Mr. Dittmar, proprietor of '
" W which the hardware firm of SuITlylor the Edgar House, arrived here from Sum- The object being to get sufficient headto well for Mr. R. B. Stewart, at Brantley, spying, false swearing and law-breaking.. ,
supply the hotel buildings and to Maine is the Prohibition
typical State
k The and yesterday commenced driving another a:
built in front last Saturday. Edgar
! y are having ter county
flood them if in of fire and there is
case more mean liquor consumed
> for Mr. John Mellor at Eau Gallie.
f < continued until Satur- there and and
drilling sneaking false
was noon more
This makes the 'eleventh well at this pretenses :
1l and
* it will of the largest inst.
r5 oopne 15th
when large flow of excellent the unabated
i **on the river. day, a place, ten of them being within a radiusof accompany tippling, '
Mr. Walter L. Bennet has been suffering water, with hardly a trace of sulphurousgas one mile. than in any other State in the Union. 't

I. the trade boat of Capt. B. severely with a bone.felon on his was obtained. The well is about Men are set to spy upon their neighbors, ',,'
lTheao.ceola, at Cocoa'last week for finger. We are glad to see him at the ten feet above the river, and flows Capt Bennett has just had an artesian sly drinking (the most dangerous form) ; >,

or two, and notwithstanding the tiller of the faithful cat-rigged boat Rock- twenty-two inches above the 3-inch well driven by :Mr. John McAllister. It is encouraged, the officers of the law are ;f

1 "t we have good stores here away again. pipe. Although situated only a short is 315 feet in depth, and the flow is 51 bribed or cajoled into winking at'unlaw; .
'mil stocked many succeed- distance from the great well at Fee & feet above the level of Eau Gallic River. ful sales, courts are paralyzed and the "
too-Capt Circlo Mr. W. J. McMillan has completed thetogWsv Ncsbitt's, the water is different and was Capt. B.'s residence is being pushed rap law is brought into disrepute or the Con;' .
Jta selling a quantity of goods to our and is
at the saw-mill preparedto idly forward toward completion and he '
PH* Your had found about 100 feet nearer the surface, stitution into contempt. Between a.
-<**n a "trade correspondent boat before and it never wasMil furnish lumber sawmill on short notice.Leave Macis all the depth being 337 feet and the other rejoices at the excellent views obtained wel1.re ulated license system and bogus ''
man. I
thorough .
a from
1 curiosity veritable store afloat. : 431 feet. P! .hibltion-f r Prohibition never prohibits "
with him.
orders I IIi
your '. -
t -every intelligent lover of law* ,
ne ha P.P1 marriage of Mr. A. A. Tay- Ii Our artistic painter, Mr. C. R. Dobbins We see that agreements have been Orange Lands For Sale. and morality must choose the former.. '
..tad Xu. Carry Burbank took place is making ready to start'to Oregon. : signed by the agents of the J., T. and (2.) Prohibition interferes with the ,:

-Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock, He will go as far as New Orleans by private K. "W. system and others for a great Three desirable tracts of high ham- liberty of the citizen, though it neither :j.
i t ht Side, Fla., in the hospitableof conveyance. We regret his leavingus combine in the land interests of these mock land, located on east side of East regulates nor restrains the traffic in .

** ).Ir.and }Ir Tuxbury. Aijurar but wish him success in the far west. roads and thereby over 6,000,000 of so- Indian Riyer. Tract No. 1 contains liquor, by compelling him to buy'and to '
.*' friends and relatives were presentzjjteeai called State lands will be placed underone 56 38-100 acres, with a frontage of half dnnk furtively, in violation of the law .
the and a delicious Why don't some of our land owners management. Add to the abo\e the a mile on the river, about eighteen acres that which he has a personal riga to. zt'
JJt was served ceremony to the, guests before build some cottages to rent. We see people million acres reserved for the canal com- cleared, a bearing grove and nursery of buy .and drink freely and openly, subject
oo both sides of town in very.uncomfortable the lands really and trees. Tract No. 2 contains 51 74- .
lure of the bridalparty. Mr.ri. pany, swamp overflowed large !only to such economic or polwt'Mg*'. '
:* Taylor left on the train that little camps who would gladly lands in the interior, the various 100 acres, with a' frontage of fiveeighthsof ulations as the State: or the :ckylJNW: -

for Tampa Bay and elsewhere, rent cottages. Edgar needs enterprise.Mrs. Spanish and other grants, the land already a mile, on the river, about six: acres authority to impose upon thft :timfic*.' '.?

c l uUelt withes of their many C. T. McCarty took charge of the owned by private parties, and how cleared, a small grove and many trees in The forcible restraint of the relaytdw ) '
for their future happiness and school last Monday morning, Miss Lucy much is left for the poor homesteader? bearing. Tract'No. 3 contains 34 78-100 few men 'uncontrollable ap pethee .
____ I. lit; Bevili haying resigned. While we regretto To an outsider it looks as if*the com- acres, with a frontage of one-fourth of a would be too dearly secured at the='eeic,', ,?

see :Miss Lucy out of the school we are bine was designed to contest and defeatif mile on the river, which about. four of the individual. erty of the great : '

t-.t&. aed Mm. J. M. Lee, with theirdebtsir clad to see Mrs. McCarty with such a possible the cases that certainly wilt miles in width. These lands are not un- mass of temperate .and decent citizens.":_ :.,
are domiciled. the attendance.We arise under the stimulus of the'recent derlaid with rock. No wise man of experience ,:I.f.. ,. .
Iadiaa. IUw, bavinjr arrived at decision, of Assistant Secretary, of the would plant'a grove for his own The Ben Leo.H.Tbjer,of Bourbon;lad 1r., uriS' "::: t'
Jut week. Mr.Lee intends were cordially invited to attend a Interior Chandler in the case of SanfordH. use on land ,so underlaid. Perfectly Both myself and wife owe our live to SbBafc'* .**

fl1anyj h.ssn ,..ienta on'the hotel rack race at Capt Alexander Bell's, but Hudson versus the State 'of Minne- healthy, free from fog,''malaria and frost. Consumption,Fl. .Care.tarrtlle ." Soldby JD1cl IOli"" trey' ,.It.,* "..* ..: ..

MJndl. and 'p. uteri, carpenters through'some' misunderstanding of the. sota'for land claimed under the swamp Eight minutes- walk fromhouse'to- ocean .. ',it '. '. ', ''''l .' : .
1'1 will MOB be busily en- parties we failed to get there, which we land act, and to prevent the people for beach. Why will yon cough. when,SfeOob'iQwe WIll.. ;j.
la the work. Jbe Hotel Indian ..regret very much. We learn that some whose benefit..the various United States For farther particular. inquire_ of immediate ze1kft: MCA Met* .WoC. *... $L 8aU,

ilbcopewd tiw, latter part oJ of our young folks'had.an unusual good' and State homestead acts: were passed' Ben).Hall. 379:Harrison arenoe, Boston,' blD. &Grey Ttt sv .e.,.I'JL... : ., ..., ':, '\J. .=..,., .
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__J 'J '. .., THE FLORIDA ,STAR! WEDNESDAY, NOV. 13, 1889 -

elusion. H rt. Republican, for state r- WYOMIMG. JL Safe Investment. t Consumption Surely CHIM.

in 1837 had a-plurality I is to bring To IHI EBITOH-Please Inform lOG;
trea.urer, Is one which guaranteed : hI4an:
: Returns from Snow Causes a Light Vote. ol :,< have a' positive remedy for the abo* ? **
: THE ELECTIONS 45,2i. twenty-seven you satisfactory results, or in case .: disease., By Its timely use thoniatda 2!?*
counties including Philadelphia, showa CHEYENNE, Wy. T., Nov. &.-Owing failure a return of purchase price. On cues have been prfrnunently cured.of IiSa"*
net Republican gain of about 2 ,\JW. to a heavy fall of snow and bad roads this safe plan you can buy from out advertised glad to send two bottles of my remedy ft&1 "
Bover's plurality will certainly exceed: the Wyoming vote Tuesday on the Druggist a bottle of Dr. Kings of your readers who have consumption if taaay
send me their express and r15Beaperttully
post :!
60,000. adoption of constitution. was light. New Discovery for Consumption. It is sAlj
Resulted in the Vari-
w They KANSAS. The vote will aggregate IouOO with less guaranteed to bring relief in every case, T. A.SLOCtJM.C.FIPear1 *t. S .Tort.

oils States Tuesday. than 1,000 against_the constitution.In when used for any affection of Throat, 34
:..-. Prohibition Made the lusne. Chicago. Lungs or Chest, such as Consumption. Advice td Mother '-

KANSAS Crrr Nov. 9.-The electionsin CHICAGO Nov. 9.-The result of the Intlamation of Lungs, Bronchitis, Asth- Mri.Wnreu>w3 Soonaaa STacnaottiaA.-.

; Democrats Claim Ohio By a Kansas were for county offices only.In election in,this (Cook) county is: The ma. Whooping Cough, Croup, etc.. etc. lieres be uaed the when little tuSererat children are once cutting;itprodscenxttmaT teeth. 1&

Majority of Over 7,000. most cases the issues were of a pure-- Democrats elect ten county commissioners It Is pleasant and agreeable to taste, per quiet sleep,and the little cherub awakttM* *?
: ly local character. In some of the and the Republicans five. fectly safe. and Trial bottles free at as a buttonIt Is very pleasant to taste iL

.; 41 counties, however, those which contain Stephens Republican, is elected recorder Dixon & Gray's Drug store. 19. soothes the child,softens the gnxasaIIays4Qn.br: .
a< thebowea.&Ddilth.bed
.Bepnbllcaus. Think It Will Be Reduced. the large cities, the campaign was over Crawford Democrat-Labor for diarthiBa. whether arising from .J I

"Foroker Congratulate Campbell on His fought on the issue of theresubmissionof by 1,040 majority.At S.1OO Reward.The Qt.h=cauaea.' TwmtJ.1n oens a bacZ.o.. .
amendment to voto '!
the a .
prohibitory -
JClrctlon-Democrat Carry Virginia, Peoria the Republicans scored the readers of the STAR will be pleasedto --

Iowa New York. Maryland and New of the people. This issue was forced most sweeping victory in the history of learn that there is at least one dreaded I
tin most oases, by the Democrats, although I municipal politics. ASTHMAfM.M.CUfi.
Massachusetts, disease that science has been able to cure
Jersey- Republicans 1
it included in a few remote ., {
was Catarrh. I.
that is
its and
in all
I Victorious.NEW stages,
Tammany __
Pennsylvania and Nebraska. instances in the Republicans' platform.In I:'
With but three Hall's Catarrh Cure Js the only positive CHtCHCSTCR'S
CL CL'fN4TI. Nov. 9.-The TimesStarIn Kansas returns are slow in coming YORK Nov. u.- 4r'; EIIGU i
election districts missing the returnsfor cure known to the medical fraternity. PENNYROYAL
in and this the elections being PuLL
its 2 o'clock edition Wednesday year disease .
judge of general sessions give Gil- Catarrh being a constitutional Bd Cross \
norreturned Dlamozad
local the results are to any Bee...
printed the following special from Co. tnat it is impossible I dersleeve. Tammany: 400 maJontyover requires a constitutional treatment. TteonlynUabtenw.. ... ...... ..... <
so ,
or Ladiec .
place person m kBM .....
: Iambus and Re Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally. :4 .
: Democrati .
to summarize: them at this Fitzgerald, County 4Brudtai' -.m.........
Chairman Conger that the legislature : acting directly upon the blood and with tllllenb ca.Tskes.b.,, .......
says publican. .
time and it will be three or four _ ( *amp.) for pvdft1ara .4 am ,..
is Republican in both branches. days before full returns can be collected. An Indiana Cain. i mucus surfaces of the system there- Ck1sbtci'Cb-L.diem?....i'a.r.bvasti* Jr-."' I
.His latest estimate is majority of 2 iu I by destroying the foundation of 4i5oq.JPk5&Ia
a .
JASPER Ind. Nov. 8.-In Hall town-
the disease, and giving the patient GEATEFULCO3IFORTIjjtjjEPP'S
both house and senate.
I Dubois Tuesday night I
MARYLANDIemocratleItepubiican ship, county strength by building up the constitutionand
The returns are still coming in, and two brothers named Pennick engagedin
in its work.
assisting nature doing
; 'With what the story writers call painful GainBALTIMORE. -* I a tight and Frank Peuniok was The proprietors have so much faith in COCOA

deliberation. Columbus has not been a ". Nov. 9. Boughman. killed, being shot through the body its curative powers that they offer One i
Democrat for comptroller, gets 8,000 in
center this for four times. .
bright news year, reasons
I the state. The Democrats elect twelve Hundred Dollars for any case that it failsto BREAKFAST."By .
not yet plain. There is no definite in- cure. Send for list of testimonials. knowledge of
; first branch and seven second branch FROM STANLEY.A a thorough the t&tenl In
formation at hand concerning the vote which g vern theoperaticcftotdigistiaiiiciition << .
and the fusionists ten first branch
for Chairman Neal of the I. men Dispatch from the Explorer to the AddressF..J. CHEXT & Co.. Toledo. O. and by a c&rcffc ajplk:tjou af u..be
governor. and four second branch men. This is a
I :rhea of wel'-wle: Democrat state committee, says this ,, gain of one first branch man by the j Ernln Relief Committee. j3'Sold by druggists, 73c. -!). vided on rbreakf a..t Uble, with a dt-lk.at.J: aiup..

noon that Campbell is undoubtedly Democrats.The I LONDON, Nov. &-Mr. Mackinnon, ed beverage which may KIV nt tuc:); Attrr ...

elected. by a majority exceeding 7,000. state legislature as indicated by ;I the head of the Emin relief committee, Happy: llooslers. tors'of billfc.diet It that is by a Jndiciort constitution n may,e of be toes mcleg

: Tho Democrats have fuller reports the latest returns will stan/l: Senate- ;, has received a dispatch from Henry M. n-m.TlmD1ons,Postmaster of Idaville, built up until strong enough to -esL.t every fntaOt'bt

than the Republicans, and thfere are Democrats, 18; Republicans a House Stanley, the explorer. It says: Intl.. writes: "Electric Bitters has done ency to disease. Iluinlre of ,ul/tlu &:&&,y,

: twice as many dispatches received at Democrats, 56; Republicans. 35; al 1 reached the Albert Nyanza from Bonalya more for me than all other medicines floating is weak around us.We re-idy to attack .',mm tbx*

their headquarters as the Republicans Republican gain of four senators and for third time, in 140 days., and found out I combined for that bad feeling arising by a keeping point ourselTeg w jaman'?li forf.J w::th a pwtlttt CaW-.s ''

-'' b thave.. The Republicans consider many thirteen delegates. that Einin and Jephson had both been prisoners from Kidney and Liver trouble.** John and a properly noumUtd frameC......, ScnH
of the estimates sent Chairman Neul In Baltimore. since the 18th of August, 18SS, being : Leslie. farmer and stockman of ame Gazette. Made aimr'y with beMnr"' atrr or k&
., the after I made the thatBarttelot's Sold only in balt. o1111d tin. bv irorvr ItbtlH
day discovery place. : "Find Electric Bitters to be
too say
high. the total vote in Baltimore for mayor thus ; JAMES EITS JC CO.. Bc
was: Davidson, Democrat, 40,934; caravan had been wrecked. The the best Kidney and Liver medicine, Chemists, London. England.PORTRAIT. a.U
Foraker Congratulates CampbelL Stairs fusion 37.346 Eichelberger troops in the equatorial province had revolted made me feel like a new man." J. W.
COLUMBUS, 0.. Nov. 9. The i ; and shaken off all
legisla- Prohibition 632 Democratic plurality allegiance. Shortly Gardner. hardware merchant same
ture is in doubt but probably Democratic I 2,954. Cleveland's; plurality in 1888 after the Mabdists invaded the province in town, says : "Electric Bitters is just the CltAYOX
; S 30I FR
+ on joint ballot. Conger, chairman I' was 6,0-15. I II full force. thing for a man who is all run down and
t of the Republican state executive After the first battle in May the stations don't care wheiher he lives or dies: he -
committee, concedes Campbell's election -I IOWA. yielded, and a panic struck the natives, who found new strength, good appetite and |iWhila lntro a photograph of y'nrZ or &v KHCVS: : et-.r
but does not give up the legisla joined the invaders and assisted in the workof .. ..
k l>emocr tl<-Probably 10,000. I felt just like he had a new lease on life. family,we ill make r.u a fnli .l .f* :Q XlSCX
ture. destruction. The invaders subsequently Only 50c. a bottle. at Dixon A Grey's PORTRAIT Fr.EE F NLG'e aSj _
c, The Democrats haTe dispatches which DES MOINKS Iowa, Nov. 9.-Late returns suffered reverses, and dispatched a steamerto Drug Store. 20. sideration hnpoerd np I..n m.i : :! ..ttbibit
toll them theT havecarrieaihe doubtful show the election of the entire Khartoum for reinforeeinents. it to your Mr* *;- ... I' i r.,*-wdL
and assist ns in e.'nir&' tot"-. :IK ILatti
,counties Williams bv 250, Knox: by Democratic state ticket by a majority 1 found a letter waiting for me near the Are you made miserable by Uldi t'tltioll. Consti. promise to LiTe .: ir.iuxu .u'"t.... .:, t .lt is
r 200 Hancock byl50. Pike by 190\ and probably exceeding 10,000Boies seems Albert Nyanza expobiiig the dangerous position patiou. Diziness, Loss of Appetite. Yellow Skin? work will show to aavanU.... W-> Jrvat:
Noble by 100. They have also carried slightly ahead of the balance of the of the survivors, and urging the immediate ShilolTs Vitaluer i:-a positive Cur S,1d b, Dick name and .dJrtNI --11 t-: 1- "t fl. tobMfety MfTft"
Stark Adams. Van Wert and Hardin ticket The Republicans admit a net necessity of my arrival before the end ion & Grey, Tltnsville Fla.Rheumatism Weitn TaotefiU ntarm. VVKtiStr -,...

counties, electing the candidates for the loss of 8,000, and if the ratio of gain is of December, as otherwise it would be too -- wtJrth for a few 3O.day bei:;";oiuy.a... .:45 iid fX1L'the sam.Ie!)U I' puMa LiwA'ic
1 general assembly in all of the counties kept up that Boies, Democrat will be late. I arrived there on the lSth of Janu- am! Catarrh. \ r.... L. r r r

named. I' elected by 3,500 plurality. ary, for the third time. From the 14th of Rheumatism and catarrh are both blood 3 & 6 "'n.hiuztnntrr.t.: CIlICACaill.

: Mr. Neal says the general assembly The Republicans claim the legislatureby February to the 8th ofr May I waited for the diseases. In many cases they have yielded Largest Uti"-'a Por'i-ttLs'i"q :a '1w aM"a

will have a Democratic majority of 8 on a good majority. fugitives, and then left the Albert Nyanza to treatment with B. B. B. (Botanic _. ,

joint ballon Bepublican AU But Governor. I homeward bound. By the route taken I Klood Balm). made by Blood Balm. Co.. I
'tJ The Republicans have elected both Returns from the state are coming' traversed the Semliki valley the Awamba, Atlanta Ga. Write for book of convincing THE INTERNATIONAL:!

; members of the house in Toledo and in verY slowly. Present indications are the Usongora, the Torn the Uhalyana, the proofs. Sent free. j

claim one senator from that district It that the state has gone Republican by Unyampaka, the Annori, the Karagwu, the K. P. Dodge, Atlanta Gu, : "Mv !
is probable however, that the Democrats a much reduoe
have wept the state. I I ernor. .the ys.nza. No hostile natives were met. good. Her constitution ihially tailed: and

At 1 o'clock Wednesday afternoonGovernor Boies, Democrat, is probablY elected Since we left Kabbareja we traveled along poison got into her blood. I placed her

:Foraker sent a telegram of I.I governor by: 6.000 plurality. The legislature the base: of the snowy range RujcnzorL The on a use of B. B. B.. and to my surpriseher TYPEWRITER'I

congratulations to Mr._Campbell j I will be Republican but by a sides of the southern Nyanza or Nyanza of recovery was rapid: and complete."
largely reduced majority. Usongrra which e called now Albert Ed-
...... THE ENTIRE STATE TICKET !!! ?, ward Nyansa, are about 'JOO feet higher than W. P. McDaniel. Atlanta. Ga.. writes:
.. I MASSACHUSETTS.i i Albert Nyanza, having ao exit at Semlike, "I was much emaciated ami had rheumatism -
0 Elected by the UemocratsMaJorlt.J' In i, j I I which rtoeivej) over nity streams from the so bad I could not get along
; the Legislature. I ReyubUvan-i Victoriont.BOSTOM 1 j: Rujenzori, and finally enters the Albert Ny without crutches, I also had neuralgia

TOLEDO, O. Nov. t ..-S. J.. Pliokin- Nov. 0-Wit! the city of anza, making the Albert Edward the soutS- In the head. First class physicians did
ger, editor of The Ohio State Journal Quincy and thirteen towns missing the : wet branch of the White Nile, the VictomaNyanza me no good. Then 1 tried B. B. 15.. and
of total vote AJassachusctts is as follows l being the soarco of the southeastbrooch. its effects I
Columbus, telegraphs The :Bee that were magical. cheerfully recommend I
the Democrats have elected their entire : Bracket, Republican 123,691; i Mr. Mackiunon the committee It as a good tome and quick
state ticket and Russell, Democrat ll,523 Blackmer, says cur .*'
a majority of the legis Prohibitionist, 13.263- has given orders that supplies for Stan.
: lature.
The returns for lieutenant ley be hurried on to Mwapwa, and beyond ilrs. Matilda Nichols, Knoxville.

Northern Ohio. incomplete but Mr. Hall's plurality governorare there, if possible. Stanley is expected Tenn., writes : "1 had catarrh'six years

CiiEvfciiAXD, Nov. 9.-The unofficial will probably be larger than that of Mr. to reach the coast in January or and a most distressing cough; and myeyes A strl'tly: first-clrs mar" ":Jfi r

returns give Foraker : a plurality of Bracket February. _ were much swollen. Five boules of vvai ranted. Made from very Dttrial ..... of

about 3.0oO in Cuyahoga county. The The make up of the legislature according Stanley Report Confirmed. B. B. B.. thank God cured% me:' by skilled workmen *:d 1riM"

local Republican ticket is eleoted with to Wednesday morning's returns BRUSSELS, Nov. 8.-The reports that John )I. M. Davis, Tyler, Tex., writes: best tools that have ever been detis

one or exceptions.. was Senate-3u Republicans 10 Stanley is confidently expected to arrive "I was subject a number of years to for the puri Warranted te -II

Lute reports from northern Ohio Democrats against 32 Republicans and in Zanzibar very shortly are con- spells of inllamatory rheumatism which that can be reasonably expected fettle .
towns show It is 8 Democrats this House six bottles of B. B. B., thank heaven. best 3'
,. Republican gain! year. -157 firmed bv information which has very typewriter ertant
; ;\ generally thought. however, ih-it these Republicans. 70 Democrats, 13 to be reached King L opod. has entirely cured. **I have not felt the of writing 10; words per mTttl-: <<

gains will not be large enough to offset heard from against iso Republicansand slightest pain since 2'J more,-according to the ability or Lk '

roraker's losses in the southern part of 60 Democrats this yeai. v The Coming Session of Parliament. ------ operator.

the state. i LONDON, Nov. 8.-The suggestionthat For Dyspepsia! and Liver Complaist T',U bare a JV>, :$100.00.

VIRGINiA: I NEWJERSEYIemocristleGreat_ parliament will meet on Feb. 6 is talizer.printed guarantee It never fills en every N>riir_ bcttle_ ? .l.i uf Hri. SUUoh's_.)i...._%.....Vi-.i.. If there is no agent in Tour te** ***
'0 ---- -' -
Galus. pretty safe but so remote 03 to be with Grey, Titcsnlle, F1i. dress the manufacturers.

Great Democratic Oat an. JERSEY Cm, Nov. 9.-Beturns are out much interest There is a feeling --
; ALEXANDRIA, Va., Nov. 9.-All dispatches coming in slowly from the various that the session should begin early, and A Nasal InjEctor; free with each bottle of Shilob/8 THE PARLSII 3fI'G. C0'Agents

received report coutiuuod increased of the state. There is everY indication portions the first days of the session of 13X will Catarrh& Grey, Iern.dy.Titiisville,Price lla. 50 ceU Sold by Dickscn Wanted.VDPL'LSTENOGRPHY. PAKISH N- t .

t Democratic gains.A of a sweeping Democratic vic probably be more stormy than those of -
dispatch from Saltville Va. in the indicate that any other of the parliament an expectation "
: tory. Telegrams the Democrats "Haiknietack, a lal'-ting and Ir.greot perfume. a;nl TIi'-
southwestern part of thb state, where have carried many places in excess : which always inclined ministers Price 2S and 50 ce&H Sold by Dicksop Grey. I ILflfl.
the to prefer Thursday rather than TitusnUe, FL*. WRITING FKS3.
Republicans were expected to make of the figures cast at the presidential AtJ.
large gains says that the Ninth congressional election. Tuesday as the opening day, becausethe class facilities ainl best teacf-

: district gives MoKinney Latest returns indicate that the suspension of the standing order as NOTICE. dress, with stamp for return Pi.,. '
more than 3,000 majority, a gain of senate will stand 11 Republicans to 10 Wednesday affords Scope for discursive LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE. FLA., \ THE PARISH 1lt."G.

foore. than 1,500.Gains Democrats and the assembly 33 Democrats conversations. Oct. 26th. 1SS9. / ,
The first -
Thursday in. is
to 2'? February -
Increasing. Republicans.Abbott's Notice is hereby given that the follow
Largo Democratic in majority will be between therefore tho day abDOlutelymarked ing-named settler has tiled RiJl!
gains everv out, but that is the only suggestion thatis notice of his Charts Maps of Man
: ooo and
flection are shown by the returns 8000. intention to make final proof in support
to make for the
: received from two-thirds of the state. The New York Sun says: "Abbott's with easy ministerialists, and mol'one talks of his claim and that said proof will be And the Who1Coast of tile tf"
their allies
: The gains now exceed: 30,000 over the majority in New Jersey will be between to the as made before ..\. A. Stewart, Clerk Circuit States.
legislative of the
vote of 188s. with losses less than l0000and12,000." program com Court
200. the less clear at Titusville. Fla., on December20th
: In the legislature the Democrats will NEBRASKA ing the year government The seems opinion the is pathof be- 1S59, viz: Alexander Forester. of TIDE TABLES ;" ,

; have two-thirds majority on joint bal Titusville. Fla., Hd. No. 10249. for the .
', lol. Republican by About coming quite common among leading COAST PILOTS,
2O.OOO. politicians that tho will lot 1, Sec. 1, Tp. 20. S. of R. 35 E.
1: In Hen oo county Davis, Democrat LEJOOI.N: Neb. -Nebraska voted for to satisfy the government claim for Irish legislation attempt -- He names the following witnesses to AND ALL PURLICAT'
is elected to the house.Arrested.. minor state and county officers and a prove his continuous residence
by some intermediate proceed. upon, Of the Government* and GSorvej.
I congressman to fill thevacancjcnjTj and cultivation of. said land I
)'fabone ing making use of the report of the special viz:.
; by the death of James Laird, Republican commission and other matters that Brock Revels.Titusville, Fla.; Hen- .
PLEEsIUnG. W. Yn., Nov. a-Ma- in the Second district The election Fut h, of Shilob. Fla.
ry Bntler
may come to hand for postponing the introduction ; Camp ft.en&.
hone Vas
arrested Tuesday night for passed off without much excitement : of a land bill or a local bell: George Hunt of Haulover, Fla.ALEXANDER Robt. Rans&n, Canaveral,
shooting a man ,named Harrison. The
The day was fair but the vote -
bill until the LYNCH
S Democrats following year. SALE AGENT.
centered their demonstration small The
was majority for
At time it is
one rumored that there Register.
in f1"onof Mahpne's house. There was the Republican state ticket is 20000. will be a royal commissioner to inquireinto Write for Chart covering die
tiring and Harrison.xvoa hit he declared The state is'
; overwhelmingly Repub of river desired
the operation of local or a. e
i o. it vra done crowd by followed Butler Mahono.he An takento immense lican aud. but little interest is felt inthoresiilt. Irish counties, at another governmentin that the SEBASTIAN LANDS FOR SALEThe terationa are taking phw- 1
the was government will bring forward resolutions Subscriber cents each. .
station house. The idea offers for Sate in Tits -- .
with bills in --- -
NEW YORK. prospect but not
'q SeemedtobotoclearButlerandfastcnI to suit Purchasers, some 0'---1--:

the shooting on Senator Alahono. Estimated Democratic )I orIUe. upon paper. 500 Acres of OT1ECoiA .
Mr.William Selected
I Gen. M hone said he Henry Smith the Tory Portionsof

in his library when a crowd was of drunken sitting of NEW the TORE Democratic Nov. 9.-The majorities leader in the house of commons, is believed the above-named Lands. Omrf, Brttord Cotmtjf, nr.J4
hoodlums candidates on the to be strongly opposed to the G**#
any By
came into his yard and com- County Judstformd
4 state ticket are estimated as follows: compulsory proceedings in to Situation Sebastian
regard Bay and Indian
Baeaoed firing. To protect, his house he sb1I
Rice secretary of state 22,057 Irish To all eot*
seked' gun and rushed out but ; Wimple land. He makes the two-told objection .to whom these pre
: abot was fired from his house. Other no comptroller, 12,71; Saber attorney that it would imply the practical Riier come, greeting:
wilnoaoos general, 12,048( ; Danforth treasurer, abolition of landlordism and landed AND ESPECIALLY SUITED J .
; substantiated this side of the FOR Whercag Mary T.Cleveland a
1.. Mary, but the mayor held the general 16,630; O'Brien judge- of curl of appeals000. gentry and that the cost would be WINTER HOMES. ome TwlchelU applied to tn& coed! (fI
than the
ia'tJOO. bond for shooting with Intent to would greater patiently bear.English tax payers These Lands are in the immediate .letters of administration 00-the rflrSophronius

MISSISSIPPI vicinity of the Twichell. deceaiJ.** T

: PENNSYLVANIA Democratlc-YoOpposiuoa. }fo More Danger of Texa Fever. FINEST FISHING said BreTard county these are-twiw"
.v WASlmiOrosRov:: 4. HUNTING. to cite and admonish all and ilf 5 55
a-So little in. BATHINGTo
,fePUbUcaD-LI&ht Voie Cast.T oi the department of agriculture kindred and creditors of pId .
terest was felt in the election there being
T ,' RmDELP1nA, Nov.. 9.-The only has issued an order to 'managers and be found in- the whole Indian to be and appear before thU 'oa J.
no to the
opposition Democratic .
fifete officer voted for in Pennsylvania ticket, that the executive committee did agents of railroad transportation 'companies River Section, and have also the, advantage befoi 'thelSih: day of NOT iber",J.

; was slate treasurer. The candidates not provide>> for heretofore. 'revoking the order of Jury 3 bet, of Daily Communication by 1SS9, and ile objections if any tiff
.: were Heary K.. :Boyer, Republican; Ed- Five counties having returns local as dissentions. prescribing regulations for the transportation ,Steamers with all points north.. to the fprantlnj: letters asfirrsI1' '

ward A,, Bigler, Democrat. and James. enjoyed some little excitement. but of Texas and other southern Actual Settlers and Improvers will t>especially wfise tie .we will be grante J&J

p T. Jofeasoo, .Prohibitionist, .A light othenriae the election unusually, cattle, and for the isolation cleaning favored. Correspondence in lit testimony wliereoA I tote j

.5k. vote WM_oasC Very little interest was ,quiet and was Unfavorable ,and disinfection of pens which had been 'Tit d. Address. r officially set my hand and &. t'
; aaanif gated tte clociioa of Boyer by,a weather'made the vote even than occupied by such cattle. It is believed Frank day ofSepL IS.3.
n lighter H. Altefl!
ieoided iot.beuigforegone. .cjon anticipated. __ that the danger from spleaetio ... 1ocS.J' -
a 5' or Texas fever ha* c passed .fo .tee. .. -1(t-Ct.;: Ce4MI'11k

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. THE. FLORIDA STAR, WEDNESDAY.. ;."'NOV. 13, 1889. "k

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Ten Thousand. Dollars in Souvenirs to be Given laay President Abstract Brevard Co. Secy.street Brevard Co.Ab- I 1--- E

On the Grand Opening of the "DOBBINS & GRAHAM, i Having Purchased the "Frost Line,"

The Bobbers on the Queen and i and feelin the necessity o{ keeping up

Crescent Railroad. FLORIDA SUB-TROPICAL EXPOSITION ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, her past Good Reputation as a Swift and

P. O. Box 250, TITU VILLE, Brevard Co.. Florida. : Great Courier I ask of the people a Continuance -
THURSDAY Will practice in all the 'ounties of the Seventh
JAN. 1890. Circuit and In the Supreme Court Special facilities of their Good Favor. *
After. Robbing Passengers for Partial List of Prizes. for Examining and Perfecting Land Titles. il
Several Months No. Valuation.Certified Correspondence solicited from Claimants and ReiN Will Make Contracts for
to Grants. to Loan. 12 r 9
1. check for.......................................................................I,000 Spanish Money .
Run Down 2. Knabe upright piano, ebonized case,engraved panels with stool and scarf, COO D.L.. GAULDEN, i Delivery of Lumber and Large:
They are a& Last Djr the 3. .Parlor suite, five pieces magnificent brocatelle, with silk plush trim- k I

Road's Detf'CtIYe.-Tbetr Plan Was to minKs, as follows : One sofa, in terra cotta,one large ladies'easy chair ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, ,
Raaurk Trunk By Mean of False in olive, one large: gents' easy chair in blue, one large reception chair Cargoes, ..

KT...At Lout.830,000 Worth of Valu- in olive, one large reception chair in old gold................................. 250 Titu8II Florida.

ablM Taken-Three Arre.U Made. 4. Pair diamond ear drops, best quality! ................................................ 250 :I. THRASHER Anywhere up or down Indian,River.

Other Will Follow. 5. Walnut bedroom get, eight pieces, French beveled mirrors.................. 200 A. Be sure you see me before closing contracts -,:. !

6. Set Haviland French china, decorated, 126 pieces............................. 160 .
Kxw Ow-Eixa Nov. 7.-During thesummer ?. Gent. diamond studs.......................................*........................:.. 125 ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, elsewhere. ,.*,*
the P. O. Box 20, SANFORD, FLA.
months passengers on 8. Gents' magnificent/ gold watch and chain.......................................... 125 Will practice in ajl the counties of the Seventh Respectfully, ;:.:', y
Northeastern road, belonging to the 9. Elegant/ French china dinner get, 149 pieces..................................... 100 Circuit and Supreme Court. 3 .'. ;"

Cincinnati Southern system, to and 10. Lady's old watch and chain, solid gold, very fine............................. 85 S. H. RAY, .":. ,, .

from this city, have been robbed of jewelry 12. Music box, ten airs.......................-.........:....................................... 75 A LLEN E. HEYSER,

and valuables aggregating in value 1:1: Parlor folding bed, cherry finish.......................................:.............. G5 | Owner.

orer $30,000. The local detectives, as 1-1. AuticJuc oak hit rack, diamond, French beveled mirrors! ..................... b'5 Attornsy-at-Law slid olP I allcCr. _

sell as those of the principal cities 19,956 other souvenirs, hgrerating; ; .................................................., :::,8f)4J.ro) A. M. Hamilton .& Co.
through which the Queen and Crescent I"1KeVorth Dade County, Florida.

tine passes have been engaged for 20,000 Souvenirs in all, amounting .$9,899.65! Will furnish Abstracts of Title to Dade TITUSVILLE FLORIDA .
( the rob Only 20,000 Tirket.vrt! 'it l.OO Karh. County land .
Booths past investigating Committee to award souvenirs: GOT. Gen. F. Drew. Dr. Joseph Y. Porter, ',\
beries. A. MacPuff, J. K. Tysen. A. W. Cuckerill. jr., T. T. Stockton, T. S. Wilnurtli. TONES & ATKINSON, Wholesale Dealers In

A Great T *k. See Sunday's TuneUnion for full list of souvenirs. .

Mr. Thomas Griffon the head of the Tickets good for admission: to grand ojfniti: ;.: of the Exposition. I' .\.ttorncrs-at-Ln: -. Indian River Oysters

loeret service bureau of the Queen and TA11 order for tickets should be *ent to ,Yo B. BAKXETT, evident of the Florida. t

Crescent road, worked assiduously on National Bank of Jacksonville, Jacksonville Fia., accompanied! by the money Titusville, -- 1 + .
the case but it mess a, most herculean $1 for each ticket. SANDERS, FISH
task and only after months of hard Send to the Secretary for a full list of Souvenirs.: Agents Wanted. j. c

labor a clew has been found. The offloors fGfO) jn Premiums offered fur county and individual dHplajs. Send for full list. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
Green Turtle ,
ascertained that the valuables were u. V. DILLON, }'rt>! !ilcut. s. ::. ADAMS.' cr-tury. Will practice an the Courts of the! Seventh Ju Game.All .

extracted from trunks and valises .. -- - -- _.- --.' - dicial Circuit of Florida.
-- orders will receive prompt and careful attention
through tho medium of false keys. Be P O. Box. :55. TITUSV ILLE, FLA. whether by telegraph, -
sides articled of jewelry on several oo- C1Wde S'te-a,1tJship Cc>. I letter or person. 17 R

cadons> elegant and costly clothing was ENTAL OFFICE OF THE ,
New York Charleston Florida Lines. D
Uken. One of the keenest Pinkerton ,

officers! carne hero a few days ago to con- DR. l. T. DANIEL
tume.the investigation, and Bo in cooperation NEW DRUG STOREHas
with the local officers havefinally .
down tho thieves. : till be at the Grand View Hotel Titusville, on
run I the }<'ir8t1UIay in each Mouth, for tu't'ek or on hand a Fine Assortment '
They were discovered several days more. Patronage solicited,aud'all worktnaranteed
ago but the fact did not leak out until to be satisfactory 11
late Friday night, ac a large number ofperbons y r. FRESH DRUGS.
are involved in the robberies M. !).. L. DODSON,

and the police desire to get all of Also, SPECIFIC REMEDIES.GUARANTEED i

them. DENTIST, TO CURE the Disease for which

Two Arrextt TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. they are Recommended.IF .
The first arrest was that of a young AFTER: USING ANY OF THEM, YOU
further notice at Indian
man named Frank W. Floyd, express Office, until ARE NOT SATISFIED WITH THE RESULT,
messenger on the Queen and Crescent Magnificent Steamships of this> Line are appointed t4sail as follow : River City Hotel. YOUR MONEY WILL, BE CHEERFULLY RE
route. This was followed by the arrestof (Standard Time.) Quality of work unsurpassed. 8 FUNDED. ,

Mrs. Susan Hyde, who keeps a boarding \Ve have no cure-alls, ,but a different -
house in the Third 'district, at From Jacksonville to New York., | From New York to Jacksonville J.F.. LEWIS Remedy for Each Class of Diseasefor -

vhieh some of the stolen property was TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS AT CHAKIJISTON k SUNDAY'S.CALLING ) IoJU11i" 11'-drWia J.V Indaji-. Pier 29. E River.1IIOQUUIS Affections of the Liver, Lungs, Heart
found. Sundaruv.., 3. lit 11.00 UOU I. TAI.L1XO AT CU\KLB\.) (M Engineer and Surveyor and Kidneys ; for FemalejComplamts; and
is about 80 of and YE1IAS8E", Tuesday, 6 lit 2CJO p 111 also Ointments for Eczema
Floyd years age ., CllIatUKJ-K i'ridry, N. v. I, at 300 p. IU Ringworm;
Ku borne a good reputation. Mrs. Hyde CHEHOKEE Thursday, 1, at 4:00 a. rid SF'311NULl:, Wl'd'sday. .... 6, at 3:00 p. w TitIlS'Ultla.. Tetter and other Diseases of Ihe Skin.
SE1IINOI.E 12. at 1:00 alII .
vai sent to the parish prison in default DELAWARE Thursday. .". J4, at VJO a m IOQCOI"TiELAW.\H',}: 'rid"3"{onllay, '. H a,. at at :3:00 3:000 1)p. r.1 Ul D B. BURCHFIELD Give them a trial. and you will not be*'
of bond. She is'well Known along the IROQUOIH, Sunday, .. 11. at lUKI a. m YE\HSS&}'. wed'xday Ja, at 3:00 p. J.D : ,. disappointed. '
line of the Queen and Orescent railroad, YEIASSEE .- Tuesday, I". at 1-0 p. tn CHUW'K' : : Friday, .. Za at 3fJO p. m
hiring kept boarding houses mainly for CHEItOXEE .. Thursday ".. 21, at ::0.1 a ro SEIISOLL' ?loud ). ... II,' at JOO p ro COUNTY SURVEYOR.Orders J. B. SCREVEN, Druggist, ,
BE1JINOLE. Sunday, 24. at 5:00 t11 ,
p. .
., DELAWARE We 'sdav. 1f, at 3:00 p D1 ,
railroad at Pa hutaHeideltierg, DELAWARE 2/j/, lit 6:00 .. TITUSVILL FLA.
people Tuesday a m IROQUOIS, Friday, 'U, at 3:00 p m mail will receive as ,
Sftndersnlle. Laurel and Ellisville at IROQUOI ; Thursday, 2. at 8:00 a. m YI-I.\SSEF: 3tontay.. ,. 2"t, 3:00: p. m by prompt
YEMASSEE. Sunday Df vhichpoints she did not enjoy very .. IROQUOIS, Wfo.I'Klay : at 3.00 p m
CHEROKEE. T e"day. +, at 1:00 p. m SEMiNOLI: :, Fridsv. .. p, lit 3:00
UTory reputation. She is highly connected i SEMINOLE, Th1lr dl1, .' 5, at :tOQ: p. m I' m : Georgiana, Fla. Indian Rivet Steamboat Co
and her parent quite old peo ,
lm Uv. at Meridian r Miss. Mrs.HytfefiniUr For Information Regarding Freight and Passage, apply to LA RUE P. ELY, I.

drifted..to. Now. Orleans, J. A. LESLIE. Supt. Jack ou\illc: T G LOIR) Truffle Naiiager, Bowling crt't'n. New York; Schedules: in effect MAY 12. 1889& ,
and opened 'a boarding house, in the i A STEAD. Agents Feruuudiua to the State STEAMER ST. LUCIE .
JOHN L IIOWVRl T. F. A' jH-ksou\ile.! M IKOXMOXGEK, T P. A.,Jacksonville Notary Public for at Large. ,
Third district not far from ,the Queen Leaves TITUSVILLE................ ... 6"
I '\ M. 1*. (a.YIUco... and Crescent depot.and was much ling Green, New; York.Y. : Justice of the Peace, 17th Dist. Arrives at Melbourne.................12 noon ...
pa pajponiied by the employes of that rail- -- CONTRACTOR & BUILDERof :
j Returning: *
over 30 years' experience. Natural
More Arrests to Follow. finish a specialty. Leaves Melbourne.....................12 noon
Fifteen persons are supposed to be Melbourne Florida 6 Arrives at Titusville.....,............ 6pm
implicated in the robberies and it is Above daily except Sunday. '
thought that all of them will be captured -
Headers will notice that
and most of the stolen property Intelligent STEAMER GEORGIAXA, .

recovered. Indeed, much,of the latter Leaves Melbourne...................... 5am -

CM already been secured. The other Arrives at Jupiter...................... 8 p m t'Mondays
arrests will soonfollow. The robberies THE FII Tiilf Wednesdays and Fridays. ,
committed in all.
were eighteen
stolen Property Discovered. I :BY' :amNB.::: : yo I''Q'Tbi.ls :MODirT: Returning: ;

Lma-.In the matter of'the baggage : >a New and Masterly Medical: Treatise and IndUpensable to every MIDDLE- l
i. Buffering from Weakness,Languor. Lose ol Memorp'B.ehfulneee, are not"warranted to cure" all classesof avesJupiter.,5 a m
robberies of the Queen and Crescent De ACED preeeton, and of plriuriiver Complaint l>i>e4ue of the Kidneys.and all dlaeaw dependent upon diseases, but only such a.* result Arrives at Melbourne................. 8 p m f
route additional arrests have been madeof Op p"BxoOMee,Folly.i Vice.IgwranVe,Nerrou Debility Vital Kxhau-tion,and from a disordered liver,viz: Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
Ashley Garrett, a native of Canada, : (
aged 29, and one of tho baggagemasters t I Mm'I'1'1In Vertigo, Headache, Dyspepsia, rRir Connection is made at Titusvillewith

on that Portion- the railroad between Ii;iiiJL'1W' Fevers, Costiveness, Bilious, trains' of the J., T. & K. W. System }
New Orleans and Meridian. L'owry to and from all points North, and at
vho lately figured in' the Northeastern Botmd leatbet full gUl. dollar by \p ld. Colic, Flatulence, etc. \
D. SSsSs : Jupiter daily stage for Juno (8
.M. ?
train robbery, committed by: the notorious CO FIDE TIAL. dddresa S3S j ,orfrP.Ok.B For these they are not warranted infallible : miles) where connection is made with
gilf2 atop, but are as nearly so as It IsposIble -
after the
Burch telling CLECTRCMMEDl'cO vorpnblLbedandieabeolctelyoompkta d .
police Thijii only : PHYSIOLOCY >> *o make a remedy. Price,85ct the steamer "Lake Worth" for all landings
all ho knew was released from arrest aDd perfecta tie invaltu0> to aU*fflieUxl,M It reaches the yery toots and nO. .
/ Lake Worth
A port of tho stolen property was
traced to Qarrett The police have been s s ( e l 1 W. B. WATSON, Superintendent.

waiting for him here some time he hav- B. KNOX G. D. ACKERLY, Gen. Pass Agent. .' .'1 _
.*og gone to Canada. He returned only For all DUeaaes of Men,by the diittngulftbed MtborJHKMBT ,D. F. JACK, General Manager. :\
a few days ago and was at onoe arrested, D0Monr, ]M. D., who ha DISCOVERED < ,
A large portion of the stolen property THE ELIXIR OP LIFE AND THE ESSENCE FOR
OF MANHOOD, 7t4be' )1i"ix"el 111 SALE. ;
hat ? House & Painter
Leon discovered in the possession strlcteetoonl3dendxinpeaeono t by letter.at hU Electro* Sign
of Qarrett Mrs. Hyde and Baker.A Medico I&finoary.No.Ml CJolutabu A .,Baton,MM.* A tract of land on Indian River in the

"I HEARD A VOICE IT SAID 'ICOME AND ..L"*, county of Brevard, consisting of 88 a

tSlttendng Opinon -- .. ------ = = -CO TITUSVILLE, FLA. acres; it being lot No. 3, and south halt
There is on immense deal of superutt- I IH.a II df the northeast quarter of section 35, '
Non about the intelligence ol horses. Itopped j I)()'yu Ifpon the Su\vaii- I PARKER'S and lot No. 3, being the southwest quarter -

today at the curbstone to chat live IU"t'r." HAIR BALSAMCleanses of the northwest quarter of section
'kC an expressman. I said to him, II and beautifies the hair. Will Estimate or Contract for Painting 8G, both in township 31 south,range 39

"How much does your' horse knowTJ&at From Branford, Fla., situated upon the Promotes Never Fails a luxuriant to Restore growth.Gray anywhere on Indian River. east. This is a very desirable piece of

horse sir,"he replied "knows just romantic Smvannee River, Me'.--r>. Rouse Hair to its Youthful Color.Frerenta Can do all kinds of Graining, eitherin hammock, soil of rich quality, suitablefor
Dandruff and hair Oak
it Thomas write, under date of August 19, falling Oil or Water-Colorsrepresenting ,
-wcttr as much aa a man." This is the Sees and fl.00 at Onurrrirta. i the raising of all tropical fruits. Is
1889: "Ilea forward us another gross t>fJohnM Ash. Cherry, Walnut or Mahogany
** I -- ------ --
7 everybody talks who owns a horse >n's Chill and Fever Tonic. Have office.'l

*tends horses, and' It seems to me to be bold out every bottle of. last gross upon I i FOR $3,000.ELIGIBLYLOCATED Wood-Filling & Hard-Oil Finishing. particulars address'
nonsense. 1 have seen your strict guarantee, and not one Intttleretunied. :
+'*.tt around post- until they had wound ." '! i E. 1\1. LOW, "
Sept. 3. Brocktoo.1\Iw.
the bridle all up and then stand for i I II I .. a

Aoact with their heads up against theItcbtng From A letter from Jranitoville, S. r.1 j! Circuit Court Dade County Florida
j a.1soxn.:1n.ing'i : : m ;i
the didn'tsense 1
ha'e post simply because dated August 2t 1SS9: j' ORANGE GROVE 1I A. D. 1889. In Chancery.

enough to walk the other A t the aje of 50, with. twent.five"ears. j I I i ANDSTENCIL NELLIE L. WARD, complainant. _
"1/fDd unwind themselves. I have of active practice, 1 :uus. careful oWrver j I TS. '

lien them,when hitched to a ring In the and cautious in'emlorsing proprietary medicines j WORK, JESSE WARD, defendant. '
pa*ement. get their feet over the,bridle, but 1 can conscientiously endorse ON INDIAN RIVER, .
Upon the bill in said suit being tlleuV r
and then Into'ftta because they didntbavfrsenao your Johnson) Chill and Fever Tonic as ANTIQUE AND MOSAIC. t ,
go feet bock one of the best combination remedies for IN FINE THRIFTY CONDITION. t and due proof made as appears by the ,
to lift their
enough G-1ass staining: : affidavit of complainant to the same.
Chill and Fever I have ever deem ned.) Itcorrects I ,
over the bridle again. : that the said defendant resides '
the vitiated secretions of the liver,
lhave For Decorating Churches. Dwellings
I seen them dance around in a 1 out of said State. it is hereby ordered
wing barn with their manes and tails relieves costiveness, and promotes the ab- I and all Public Buildings. that a hearing be had on the facts charged -.
sorbtion and assimilation of food, thus fulfilling II
Two Hundred in Good Bearing. attention to all inside Finish
*fire, simply because they didn't have all the indications claimed for it j Special In said bill on the first Monday in

'Sfcfie enough to run out Anybody can Yours truly, ing. December, 1839, and that'&lId Jesse '
**Bi horse from I Very Respectfully, Ward do appear before said Court on or
without any objection T. P. EDWARDS, )[. D. .
before said first :Monday in December
e horse. A will stand stffl and .
itiPB -- WILL GUARANTEE A NET IN A. D. 1SS9, and plead or answer to said
or freeze to death with nothing
; bill, and defend against tbe game and the .
between him and a comfortable etaU and The claim made for this medicine is a COlJ.ROI, PRESENT CROP, I facts charged therein and to do.>. further,
phiityo oats except that he luedeat oneWe maintain that it is 100 K YE R and receive,what said Court shall const- i
n1d kick down with one foot and,that tiles better than Quine, and 100 years in OF 10 PER CENT.ON PRICE.ADDRESS Ewttro to et? 'nTU; der in said cause. -4

5o Wd be opened by removing a pin with advance of the profession in the treatment 1 Fell ERroR H.G.C. Done at Chambers at DeLand, this. ..
Ml teeth. If thk shows a high degree' ofall fevers,from the most malignant types S op tQAMY 7th day of August;.A. D. 1SS9. *
Billions Hemorrhagic fever to the simplest hs GIIMical .
iatelUgenoo for brute. I ,,
ect evea a can form of "Chill and Fever." c tpv Ec of the Circuit'Court of Florida,,, -'it
wa Ic spared wjth the dog the For sale by all Druggists.A TO La.JAS in.and for the 7th Judicial Circuit.HENKr -i ,
tj&o the boOJie" IOCK BOX 246 TITUSVILLE: .
auL or even parrot, ..
T PRIEST, Clerk .. _
B. GIRABDEAO; Sole. Prop'r, "
I to HKJ $ia a perfect/ f oot-Side.? 21 ,_Savannah,,JQa.n-,as .f' FLORIDA{ 9 Dixos & Ga Y, ti'h0lesaleAgents.s Juno, Fla. l6 e:5 '

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tB: > "io.
rd?n (il. f ...- ", wy .v:,,,... .3.''.::, 't.,," n:. .. ,.,!,....,.. .""' .w <; _: '.'''. :i1. < t.i': :".<'A7:.,;:;. ..r:;0.4""t :4 "': !- .. :..Ja ,,- -"" <':' -
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'Cr- \ ,
d s' y .F l'_- Jf s. ', '' Y;1.1"f'" 4 .b. T., t:a 1f.S: .," ,, ;, _. .

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. : : .\ I THE 'FLORIDA STAR, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 13, 1889.

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M .. <.THE FLORIDA STAR. writes home to the effect that in visitingthe A Reply to 31 r. Robbins. apply either in person or by letter' to E. dison shall draw on the chairman of tic
H. Scott, Titusville, Fla., and for terms Board of County Commissioners for
,-' Ashbury car shops, at Birmingham, Editor FlorJ1a Star: see advertisement in another column. sums needed, and as they are the

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY.' he found the works engaged in filling a Anythin* bearing 'the signature of Hop ng, then,to be beneficial.. any and said drafts to be countersigned needed.by- tht

and Pursier. contract for 8,000 journal boxes for the Geo. M. Robbing* always rivets my at- all who may patronize me, I respectfully ; chairman of said board; and all exJ h.

ELLIS .B. fAGERjlor Pennsylvania railroad. tention and leads me to expect; hard logic subscribe myself, Yours truly, its, after the Exposition,shall be
ably and vigorously expressed. For onceI E. H. SCOTT. of for the benefit of the county.
.$1.50 Annum. The attention of the "Home )hrketClub"
per am disappointed. His "Temperate P. S.-Students coming from abroad 7. On motion the salary of said R.p

dthe Poll at Titusville as should be called to the actions of View" begins well and ends in a non seequitur. will find board at reduced rates in private Paddison as Commissioner shall be $125

Entered Office this powerful but flagrantly offending If it "is not the province of the families, and several students could per month.

Second-Clot Matter. railroad corporation. State to regulate the personal habits of be accommodated by the principal. 8. On motion L wis Upton was allowed

THE STAR is the OFFICIAL newspaper its citizens,' certainly it is not the prove Payments to be made cash ; one-half $5 for last month as a pauper. ,Y et+ .
ince of any body of citizens of the Stateto down for any branch. Money for text upon the Board adjourned until 9 LID..
Brerard county.
R for,tThe LAST week's!: elections in the northern do so, ""beyond prescribing that each books, copy books etc., cash in full. I i to-morrow.

Star has the Largest circulationof States were an astonishment to both political shall so conduct himself as not to trespass For further particulars apply toE Titusville Brevard county, Fla.,NOT.

any paper on the East coast of Fla. parties of this country; the result upon the rights of others" (The italics are H. SCOTT, 5th, 188&-Tuesday -Pursuant to adjournment -
mine.) For any body of citizens to say Titusville.Mr. the Honorable Board of Coua.
:.A 8QUAREIlonetncbln space; 24 squares W3smuch better than the Ddftocrats had that because saloons have been badly conducted E. H. Scott will canvass the county ty Commissioners convened at o'clock

make a column. Editor hoped for. This sweeping change in Virginia I in the past, and because some between this and December 1, 1889. a. m. Present R. Morrow chairman..
of the
always For advertising enclosing; a rates two enquire cent stamp. Ohio and Iowa means that thereis men are incapable of self-restraint in the J. :\[. Sanders, P. A. McMillan! A, J

----- -------- -, -' -" --.- a decided change on the Republicanside I matter of liquor drinking, therefore no County Commissioners' Meet- Carter and C. E. Chaffee with A. A.'
THE New York World says Mr. Blaine since the Harrison administrationhas I liquor shall be sold in this county-that Ing1.TITCSVILLE Stewart clerk,J. E. Bowman !iheri( and
is to "trespass on the rights of others'that J. T. Sanders, county solicitor
T is not yet an old man. Is tiis a squint taken hold. It is very evident that is to assert that unless (like some of BREVARD Co, FLA., ) 1. On motion the following bik were

towards 1892'L the masses in the north are changingtheir the committee of the Temperance Association Nov. 4, A. D. 1889. J. ordered paid out of the road fund

support from a party that cries for ), we can afford to send away to Be it remembered that the Honorable John Houston, road supt_.........j&o QQ

; THERE are more Jews in New York protection to fill a treasury that will be other counties for whiskey in jugs or Board of County Commissioners met in D. Livingston, protecting bridges
in Jerusalem. New kegs, we must allow our "personal habitsto regular session this day at 10 a. m. Pres- from fire.-.............._ 5 00
city tban.bere are ? open to the spoils system as long as that be regulated" to do without it alto- ent, R. :Morrow chairman; J. M. San- L. A. Coleman, road supt............ 5 40

York must be the New Jewrusalem ( ) party remains in power. gether. My consumption of intoxicantsis ders, P. A. McMillan, A. J. Carter and R B. Wager, ads etc.................. 9 15

... very small and my purchases of it in- C. E. Chaffee, with A. A. Stewart, clerk, F. H. Boye, road supt............._ 2 SO !

THE delinquent tax list for Lake frequent-why should I be compelled tosend J. E. Bowman, sheriff, and J. T. Sanders, T. J. DeSteuben, road supt........-. 28 00
1888 is just now being published THE Crescent City, a new sternwheelboat hundreds of miles when I want it? county solicitor. A. Z. Dixon: road supt................ 5 go a
county with a newly devised feathering And why should I be forced to buy a gallon Minutes of previous meeting read and 2. On motion Whereas it appears

ct In the Leesburg Commercial. Eyen wheel], tried at Dubuque recently, made i i when a pint world be sufficient? approved. that R. P. Paddison was appointed by
this late date it i? expected to fill four Or why should I be to the Governor of Florida
at miles hour the j required pay as a delegate to
t eighteen an against current 1. On motion it is ordered that the following
th"'n- for a doctor's prescription and then represent Brevard county at the "S
of >
pages paper. inspectors of election at the vari-
the the of :
at rate
same running I ,
purchase mv Dint at aruersrists1 price? ern Industrial Display" held at Raleigh a
c nearly two-and-a-half miles an hour. Mr. Robbins sacs, "because the saloons ous precincts to serve at the "wet anddry" N. C., Oct. 14th, 1887and whereasjS
Srk Sun election to be held December 10 .
THE platform of the New I were badly conducted!" Then let the incurred in that
This performance was made with 140 1889 shall be follows : expenses behalf not
for 1892 is: "The permanent return of town council ordinances to have appointed, as : otherwise for-now
pass therefore
r pounds steam pressure, the wheel revolv- Precinct 1, LaGrange F. A. Chappell
the Democracy the control of the federal them better conducted in the future, it is ordered that he be allowed the ana
tor' ing twenty-three times minute. The L. J. Carlile, W. P. Day with George
and let
We must that the penalties be such as to deter.Give of43.50 to pay such expenses, and that
government say Gardner clerk 2 Titusville E.
wheel has only ten buckets instead of the the county commissioners power to the scrip to that amount do issue.
M !> the Sun bas got onto a good platform, H. Rice, G. ,V. McIntyre, Milton Grover
refuse license of doubtful
to the Board
customary sixteen, the new type paddles applicants Whereupon adjourned.Shiloh' .
with J.
A. Miller clerk
off its base just be- ; precinct ,
but generally gets character, and to cancel the licenses of i
striking and coming out of the water ina City Point G. E. Chester, J. D. Hatter
fore election time because its particular saloon keepers convicted of committingor Catarrh Bamedj positive cure for ft
vertical position-feathering it is permitting infractions of the law. Or Jos"Brown, with W. H. Sharpe clerk ; tarrh. Diptberu. and Canker Mouth. Sold by Dice
candidate is not nominated. It has not precinct 4, Rockledge, A. W. Hardee, Ed son & Grey. TitusTiUe, Fla-
calIE""< 1. Why wouldn't such a feature else amend Article XIX so that it shall .
Democratic Presidential Cook W. H. with R. C.
May :
supported a
prohibit the saloons and
introduced into our Indian River steamers only permit.groc"ers t"
since the eleclion of 1876. clerk: precinct 5, Eau Gallic, J. T.Stewart !
ticket to sell by the bottle.
k givemore.speed, or wocttd the shoal The last sentence touches the kernelof & McFadden, sr., B. J. Stewart
water in most parts of the river prevent the with G. B. Snell clerk; precinct 6, Mal
matter. For months have
editor of the STAR is in receipt of we
TIIE abar, R. C. Creech Will Arnold Chas.
increasing a boat's* speed over: a certain been hearing of Article XIX as if it
1 a letter from Mr,S. A. Adams, secretary limit ? only the saloons whereas it prohibited Bolton, with C. Corbitt clerk ; precinct

s of the Sub-Tropical, from which we quote I .. the manufacture and sale of intoxicants prohibits 7. Sebastian,D. P. Gibson, Paul Kroegel, wuoyr jMOMO'l

t as follows: "Our advertisement in the in any shape or form, drug stores Henry Howard, with A. C. Ford clerk ; .,, ,
F I 8 St. Lucie tTt
THE J. T. & K. W. has precinct Reuben Carleton,
indeed system arranged not excepteu. It has killed the manu-
' STAB is very nicely displayed T. J. DeSteuben; J. S. Bell, with T. L.
facture of wine and-uf
and I think will do us a great deal of for special holiday excursions orange pineapplewine Paine clerk ; precinct 9, Eden, W F. e
to the loss of the .
from points in Arkansas Texas and the great growers.It .4)
Richards John Miller
the Geo. with
good. I am greatly rejoiced to see has killed the legal stiles of liquor- Saeger,
E S j western State to different points in this and H. LaTournau clerk; precinct 10 Fort .t
enterprise shown by your county commissioners I what else has it done for Brevard
and the favorable stand you State reached by its lines. These county Why it has exhibited us to the Max Drum Brennan, H. L.with Parker, Henry Holmes, ""'" .
tickets sold low in the which would be Morgan clerk ; 4r
are at rates limited country light ( r
I" very ,
have taken on the same question, etc., in I ludicrous precinct 11, Narrows, M. C. Mohr, E. L. t
if it
1 regard to our.Brevard exhibit." : to return until December 31. This of a people spending were not three so or humiliating four thous-) Gray, D. J. LaRoche, with Frank Fors- .III ",.

i iij feature is one that will do much good for and dollars to stop the sale of liquors in ter clerk;_precinct 12, Georgians, R. B.

Florida, and this company have shown the and then five thous- Stewart, F. W. Munson J. H. White,
county spending
THE Republicans the past wjeek, have with Witfeld
enterprise in and dollars a in other counties for clerk ; precinct 13, Mer-
introducing special
" excursions year
been, like the negro walking through the ritt's Island, M. S. Sams, Jas. Thompson, tt4PDWDER G
purchase of the whichwe
and cheap rates but the northwest very liquors
; J. R. with
Reagan Jalma clerk
Abe woods dark night, whistling to have prohibited in I our own 1 Lapham ;
keep their courage up, but when the should be included as well as the south Let us quit vaporing and "highfalutin precinct 14, Canaveral, C. P. Honeywell,
west. Florida will draw the J. H. Hogan, Geo. Quarterman with
last of lippe for Foraker in Ohio has larger part i / Come back to common sense and ,
ray Robert Ranson
of her immigration from the northwest, I common honesty, and vote wet. clerk; precinct 15, Haul-
died out, they say their candidate was SUBSCRIBER.Prospectus over, H. Watton. T. R. Crook, D. F.
"knifedi'by way of revenge for personal and it is probably due to the nonactionof .. Bukey, with C. H. Nauman clerk ; pre-

"s grievances by the friends of Gen. Sherman railroad systems in that section that cinct 16, Otter Creek, C. S. Swain, Wm.
cheap excursions are not allowed to of Titusiille Commercial Raulerson, T.1.. Swain with Hardy

..Representatives Butterworth, Gros- Florida season. Those Institute.To Raulerson clerk; precinct 17,Melbourne, Absolutely Pure.This .
every companies
Tenor, Kennedy and Thompson, but of C. J. Hector, D. McQuaig, Addison
course those accused are prompt with owning large land tracts in Dakota, Montana the Citizens of Titusville and Hrerard Fee, with E. C. Thomas clerk. powder..never varies A marvel of JuUf

their denials. Oregon, etc., know that their interests County at large, Greeting : A. discussion. on the SiiK/TW r>tot T?._ than strength the ordmarr and .bolesom kinds and Des&cannot Mart be old t> ..
.. are being injured by settlers remove t Your attention is solicited to the following position came u.n't'up and the following&'-named-& petition with the multitude ol low te*t.abort wdfe
alum .
or la ma
of a Commercial In- phosphate puwd-r Sold o&fr
I TIlE Manufactured Record thinks that ing from those States to Florida, for stitute that prospectus is about to be organized and A.persons Hardee took R.the floor W. H. Sharpe, R. Royal Baking Po der to..104 Wall at... Sew-T**,
Paddison W. & -
and the manufacture of the everyit family carries some influence with opened for the reception of students on San-
broom corn, ders, A. L. Hatch, T. J. Cockshut, J. D. J. rElTCUARD. Pre10ent.
o to a new change of home. lose Monday, December the 2nd 1889 under
They Hatter and
t name into brooms, could be made profit- others. Then the Board tooka
travel and sale of land by making cheap the auspices, supervision and tutorship teces. until 2 m. : 1P. Jt. BKOW ,OIbk.
Small p.
able the southern farmers.
by of :Mr.: E. H. Scott whose
past experience Board
rates to Florida, hence. they are opposedto convened at 2 p. m. and all were
manufacturing plants could be es-ta b- as an educator in the above schoolof
I present.
'lished for about $200.Yhy import knowledge eminently qualifies him 2 On motion it is ordered that the allowance -
for the and .
t brooms from Connecticut? position guarantees successto of Lewis Eaufaula be reduced to

Indian River has already "got there." Ix an attempt to devise some new attraction an institution with. )Jr. of E. the H. kind Scott to having commence $allowed-1 per month$5 for and last J.month E. Savage. be only Ttus"llle, Florida.

Mr. A. S. Dickinson, of Aurautia, was in for the World's Fair in 1S92, to graduated at the Soule Business Collegeof 3 On motion
the following bills A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS T315-
r town recently with a wagon load of do for us what the Eiffel tower has done New Orleans in the winter of 1860- audited and ordered paid from the were

home-made brooms for sale. The "land for the Paris Exposition, Chicago has 61 ; also having taken a commercialcourse fund : general SACTED.
while attending the Georgia :Military :
of wooden nutmegs'1 has no show with suggested that our lofty tower should Institute of Georgia, Walker Cogswell & Evans, coun- Exchange bought and sold. Special sitprompt'attentlon

} Indian River when she gets started. culminate with a structure showing a from the said institute with the graduating class of ty books,...............................,$10 00 negotiated on first siren mortgage to collections.tor Sa Loans Tiss;

... miniature solar system. 1860. J. E. Savage, pauper.................. 5 00 Banks Corporations aadlndiridoal*. list
W N. est allowed on time deposit
The course of the above named institute Hendry, provisions for pauper Advances collateral
SENATOB CALL is delivering speeches 4Not an empty planetarium a solar made upon available
will consist of a full and complete "y.Lowe.-...:.. 8 40 Approved business pn r.disooaated-
} at numerous places in the State in de system constructed for transport through commercial system of education, Mary Morgan, pauper................. 8 00 Draftd on all parts of Europe. .

y x (ense of many recent attacks upon his space ; each planet a car revolving upon manship and mathematics, thereby pen-fit L. Eaufaula, pauper............ ....._ 4 00 Business Every favor done at consistent Jacksonville with rate somML

: .. record in Congress etc., but it is a noteworthy its own central axis with varying velocities ting and preparing the student, in a Mrs. E. Bailey, pauper.,..........,. 4 00 banking, cheerfully extended- mCORKESPOXDEXTS

feature that although he has as do the planets in Thus capable and most thorough manner, to A.J. Henderson, pauper (blind)... S 00 :Bank JukJOG
space. enter into business duly endowed with Rachel Revels, pauper................ 6 00 Jacksonville.; The Seaboard
courted his opponents to meet him in the longest radius carries the car Neptune suitable knowledge of book-keeping, M. E. Futch, pauper.................. 4 00 Bank.Sew York. a

joint discussion they have absolutely the next in length carries the car banking, insurance, commission, percent I J. B. Screyen, medicine for Lowe.. 5 50

failed to wow up. At Pensacola 'last Uranus. Then Saturn and so on, until discount, exchange, penmanship ,'H.CharitPadgett, pauper............. S 00 .A. L. Hatch & Son,

Friday hi speech consumed two hours, the shortest arm carries the Mercury.. and mathematics ; in fact, imparting a J. Brown, feeding ners, etc. 5 60
most thorough and complete commercial Hennie Brown janitress,............. 10 00 DF..u.ERS ix'
S and his scathing words in denunciation Seated therein we may experience the education, according to the Bryant and J. B. Screven, medicine for prs'rs. 2 00

t of railroad land agents' FChemes were sensation of inhabiting other worlds than Stratton formula, their text books and J. E. Bowman, sheriff, Co. Court. 69 00

listened to during this time with close our own, and of viewing our own planet, blank forms being used in the school as P. A. McMillan, County Court..... 30 00 DRY GOODS NOTIOXS

attention Be sure to hear him to-night} earth from in the standard for workmanship and au- R. P. Paddison. expenses to Cum- ,
a new point
space. thority. The said text books being acknowledged berland, N. C......................... 43 50
a at the Court House. Thus the central dome represents and as the standard authorityand L J. Carlile.......................... ... 7 60 Hardware, Crockery SaW4DY
a !> will shine with the splendor of the sun. basis of all commercial bookkeeping Dixon & Grey, stationery for Co. Statlei Kedicmes -

IT has been ascertained that the berry Mercury with the fiery tint of the planet viz. : :Mercantile, banking, insur- Court.................. ................_ 5 SO Mry garden, Family Seeds

grown on the Florida scrub palmetto has nearest the sun. Venus resplendent in ance, commission, and all commercial Ja*. Pritchard, int. quarantine..... 18 75 ,

institutions. L Upton, pauper..............._...... 5 00
therapeutical virtues which only recently silver luster. '"The red planet Mars" CHOICE GKOCEBIES.Hay .
Now the is
opportunity afforded all
4. On
p have been discovered. It has will motion it is ordered that the
sooth with
a glow a ruddy hue. Our own young adies and gentlemen of our immediate Board of County Commissioners

f $ng effect on the mucous membranes earth will appear as an emerald in space. vicinity to acquire a commercial the sum of $1,500 for the appropriate con Maec Fertilizer

producing pleasing sensations in the Jupiter will be outlined in rose. Saturn education at home and at very low making an exhibit at the SubTropical purposeof CITY POIX1 FLeKIB.t.OEO. .

throat and relieving soreness, harshness, with his triple belt, will be radiant in all rates. I am reducing my terms so that Exposition, beginning Jan. 9th, 1890,
and cold in and persons can reach the price that are a 6 per cent interest-bearing warrant to E. CHASE. A.. 0. cwt
coughs, catarrh coryza the purple gold, while blue and bluish desirous or ambitious to acquire such be issued. payable March1S91.

bead It is also said to be beneficial in gray will distinguish far-off Uranus and knowled I_. thPr fart.. rPsnPl'tlnl1v ut 4. On motion it -'- GEO. E. CHASE & CO.>
n --------- --'r-w---.J. """ is ordered that R. P.
kidney troubles. lI ssts. Dixon & Gray, Xeptune. Thus, by day and by night, licit your patronage and urge the par- Paddison, R. Morrow and J. M. Sanders:
druggists ol this have will ents of all students to consider the im- be committee SHIP CHAMDLBRY
place, experimented our tower wear a jeweled crown, appointed negotiate
with it, and hate been so well pleased which by virtue of the unequal velocitiesof portance of for preparing your sons and the said interest bearing warrant for the ,
daughters some business career in I use of the Sub-Tropical .
.yslih the medical properties of the berrythit the system will present ever new and life and no young lady or gentleman 6. On motion it is ordered Exposition.that HARDWARE

they will utilize quite a quantity of beautiful combinations color.'* could make a safer or better investmentthan R. P. Paddison is appointed to Capt.

them this rear* The electric light is to be used in illuminating to themselves enter the above Institute and Commissoner at the Sub-Tropical Exposition ace as. Patelt Logs fire Regs tttii,
apply to its I
teachings. at Jacksonville Fla
k & each planet according to its own look forward to a liberal patronage, and tion to begin Jan.9,1890,and. he is Exposi FJIIu.u.: .&.r,I. -
HERE w a nut for the protectionist to characteristic hue Thus authorized -
this for
if idea is hope success, being desirous to make
to to Jacksonville
go Fla., to obtain Agent for Devoe & Co.'s Points.Tjfe
answer and it is not a chestnut either. carried my enterprise
out theor1dt a hence
Fair will be distinguished permanent one; a favorable position to Life
How. : ft that the Pennsylvania railroad not 'by a world's tower but its birth the, life and existence is,dependentupon exhibit and that every exhibit display shall the be Patent Preserver Anchqra, Tent & AWUi5 -

has to buy it* railway journal boxes from by tower including all the'worlds.Oneof for liberal-xnindedness aqd desire marked "Brevard County, Ffcu.'* and no
e knowledge on the part of parents individual's name; and this : BOAT QKAX OF ALL ]II7f
display being
such a played-out free trade country as the best engineers in the and *
land has expressed :- all those who are prepared to enter for the benefit of Brevard *

En g1a.d t. his approval of the feasibility of such a school. It being my aim and desire FJbu, it h ordered that in .the event county of, Corresfondeace. Solicited.. TelaPicc

U, delegation of American mechanics the plau.'The idea is a dr&Kan to be an efficient, useful and zealous this county winning the prize of $1,000 I
Europe; mainly to inspect Nowt will New fork have tv suggest educator the-morals of of both /the vouths.intellect. as well as it (the prize), shall be turned over to the, ''Nos.: 88 $90, K Bay };t.,
!I our
}.... Exposition .One 0(' them I .., tculasall County Cbflammoaers for the benefit of rys.
For further ..TIY.Et
1 persowcaa the sounty; aa4:that the,,said R..P.. *v;* .
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We ; 19 Wants. '

1rith wed can Q n tax be reinstated title. Original on liberal Owners terms who ST 'LJN""G-: TAYLaOR.: .., > .

add ssinK) I* D. MAcDoNELL, Sa- Cocoa Indian River '
by Flori .
Oft :
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W I of N. W. and W J of S. W., Sec. -: ; DEALERS ZNT t
1 To. 36 B. 40-160 acres. J. 8. WATSON & 00.
2 11 and 13, Tp. 36 R. ,
.All of sections ,
40-1,920 acres. Hardware Stoves
N. ly and'r. J of S. E. \ and S. W. FORWARDING Crockery Tinware

of Sei. 12, Tp. 36 R. 40-400 acres. ,
8 i of See. 8, Tp. 38, R. 41-320 acres. % ,
T/tsl,2and3andE. I of N. W. and

S. 'V. of N. E Sea 20, Tp. 30, R. 319tO AND AGATE-WARE.
\9. \ of of N. W. and N. W. of S. W.Sec. Paints, Oils Glass. and Putty, .
/ .27, Tp. 27, R. 36-120 acres. I 0Plumbers' ; TABLE and POCKET CUTLERY
1p. J of N. E. and W. J of S. E. Sec. ,

8,T PLots. 28, R. 37-160 acres. and Mill .
. 1 and 4 Sec 32. Tp. 32, R. 40- BARBED WIRE '
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<,- 76 acres. Supplies, 1 .
Lot 2 Sec. 22 Tp. 37, R. 41-80 acre**. 3 y NETTING
N. E J and N. E. of S. E. Ses. 21, Tp., WIRE f :
37 $.41-200 acres. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. Doors Sash Blinds -
All of sections 15 and 25, Tp. 26, R.i and WIRE CLOTH;
.so-1.288 acres-Occola county.
8.E. of N. W.and S. W. \ Sec. 22, Tp. :o-- cr

26 R. 30-200 acres-Osceola county. BRICK LIME CEMENT
All 1 of section 36, Tp. 26, R. 30-640 WE WANT 9

acres N.-W.Osceola i and county.S. J and S., \"'. of N. E. THE CONFIDENCE OF THE PEOPLE SHINGLES and LATH. A,1: UN"ITION: .

Sec. 19, Tp. 21, R. 35-520 acres. FISIIIXG TACKLE.: iS1ip
N. j of Sec.28,Tp.21,R.34-320 acres. WE WANT .. ;rj
frac. Sec. 14 and S. E. of N. E.
All You to be sure to Come and See Us :: Chand1ery: Good f''
Sec 25, Tp. 21. R. 35-104 acres. ,;.:
All of Sec. 23,Tp. 21,R.35-640 acres. When you come to town.
All of sections 11,12 and 18, Tp. 26 Agents for ALABASTINE, the permanent coating for walls and ceilings ; For Chattanooga Plow Cornpnny's '
H. -1,920 acres-Osceola county. WE WANTTo plows and cane mills ; Planet Jr. farm tools. '"'" ..

24.. Talk to You.
Gauze Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasolene Stoves, Collins and Caskets. .
Buckleii'B Arnica
THE BEST SALVE in the world for Cuts, ARTESIAN WELL PIPE A SPECIALITY.Catalogues ,
Work With You.
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum Fe- ,sample cards and size.lists sent free solicited
upon application. Correspondence and
Tetter Hands Chilblains
ver Sores Chapped
'VEVANT estimates furnished ] '
Corns and all Skin Eruptions, promptly. .
: Post You the Markets.
To on
1, '} STILING & TAYLOR.L. ..
:I. satisfaction or money: refunded. Price' WE WANT .... -
.L _____ ...
25 cents. per box. For. talc by Dixon & .
Grey. 1019. i To Ship For You and See to Your Shipments C. OLIVER. F. T. BUDGE.OLIV""ER. .

I To all whom these presents shall come, greeting I WE WANTTo .

-tale notice:" i either Buy or Handle most of the a

That, whereas the Board of County Commissioners Fruit and Produce of this section Dealers inGEORGIA : : ..
of Brevard county, Fla., on a :. ,
petition of more than one-fourth of the of the country.

registered voters of said county, did order PINE LUMBER : ;
that an election be held on the second WE WANT ; :

Tuesday of December, 1889, the same being -
You to Know, if we cannot Buy .
the 10th day of December, 1889, to decide -
whether the sale of intoxicating liquors Products, We Can Ship it for J jVou. SHINGLES AND LATHS.. :
wines or beer shall be piohibited in .
said county for the two years next ensu- WE WANT

ingal r the said election. GJl'TER..A.L: : 3A.Fl.D ..
make Titusville W AR. i-ct :
Therefore I., Alexander A. Stewart, You to help us to a ,
clerk of laid Board, do hereby give notice, i. distributing point for the Productsof
u required bv: law,that said election will the river, and sell our .
be held 'at all the precincts in said countyon Products here. Sash Doors and Blinds ; Stoves Tinware and Crooker
that day, to-wit: the second Tuesday .
in December next for the forth.
purpose set WE WANTIn .. .
In testimony whereof I have hereunto :P A.I
pet my hand and official seal this 17th dayof fact to save you money, and can do itif' TS .A..N""D OILS 9
October, A.D., 1889.
{L.S.J A. A. STEWART, ;you will help us. Refrigerators Water Coolers Ice Cream Freezers
27 Cl'k Board Co. Commissioners. ,

Xotlce. You to know we are head-quarters for Screen Wire, Screen Windows, Screen-Wire ors. -

?'o all whom it may concern: Vegetables, Crates, etc.WE.WANT (

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

Judge of Brevard county, :Florida, at To Sell you your Orange Boxes and TITUSVILLE
the Court House in Titusville, said ,
Orange Wraps, and will do it if you : .
and State November -
county on Monday, -
25th, 1889:> at 10 o'clock in the forenoon will come to see us. For Sale '.'.',,' .
for authority to sell the followingreal Old and Reliable. Established 1S49. 1
property, situate ]lying and being in WE WANT Six of the Best Business Ste I .r
Br yard Florida the being
county, same
You to know that we are Agents for the
the lands of Christopher M. Houston, aminor B. PB-ESr..E; db CO. .
finishit Lots in Titaille s.
,under the ace of twenty-one years, Ocala Rock Lime, and will I ,

tO-} it: Begin 660 feet south of the north low down. Each 30ft. Washington Avenue and WHOLESALE ...
line of section 21, township 27, south of }I
range 37.east, and 1386 feet east of the WE WANT 100ft. on Hutchinson's avenue. |I 'f .

quarter section poston the north bound- THERE ARE THREE CORNER LOTS I FOREIGN & DOMESTIC FRUITS
prj of said section 21 at the north-east You to know that we burn our own 1 .

corner of the tract now owned by one J. Oyster-Shell Lime, and, of course, Apply to ROBBINS & GRAHAM, Titus- '
L. Harrison; thence south 1:50* east' can give you bottom prices. ville; orDAVID An.d: Commission: IWerchan"ts.: .

along said Harrison line 430 feet to Eau S. HUTCHINSON, Trenton. New
.Gallic creek,thence east along the shore WE WANT Jersey. 20-3mo .
of Eau Gallic creek 320 feet to the pub-
lic road donated by John C. Houston, You to know that we handle Cement Consignments of Florida. Oranges Solicited.
thence parallel 437 feet with the toad to and Plaster Hair. ,
the south-east corner of Mrs. Mary ;
loung's land, thence west 215 feet to WE WANT ---- <

the point of beginning, containing
6MOO acres. Terms cash. To impress upon your minds that we ST. PAUL, lVIIN"N"ESOTA.H", ;:",):1,

Dated this October 22, 1889. represent 7 ;
MARY V. HOUSTON, Thompson & Edwards RA NARK We have been the Agents of the Florida Fruit Exchange since Its organization
Guardian of said Minor, Christopher M. of Chicago, until this season when they decided to Confine their western,shipments to Chicago
Houston. and St. .
D. L. GAULDEN, The largest manufacturers of Fertilizers -. Mr. A.till. Hawke*-Dear Sir: Your PATENT ,
21-6t Attorney for Petitioner. in the west and keep constantly EYE GLASSES received sometime since, and am have been the recognized headquarters for Florida Oranges in the Northwest ;
very much gratified at the wonderful change that for years and have the Largest Orange Trade and Longest Experience of
NOTICE. on band the following brands of their has come over my eyesight since 1 have discardedmy any house in the Wet.We -
old glasses and am now wearing yours

fIll Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial Goods: Secretary ALKX&NDKB Stationers'AGAR.Board of Trade. have the best Auction Room in the country; and will sell Oranges at
Circuit of the State of Florida, Jjretard 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 k GRAY. TTTUSVILLE. FLA. I

Floyd & Nevins ") Pure, fine Ground Bone. Correspondence solicited. References. Any of the National! Commercial Agencies
vs. > Foreclosure PIONEER COOPERAGESyrup Local Banks Jobbing Houses or the Florida Fruit Exchange.Nunan' .
iIo Blood, Bone and
Stephen Ryder et ah Barrels $2.25. kStrawborrY
To John P. Ma govern, Oliver C. Stark- Chioago Bone Meal. .. .
weather, William B. Fitch and James W. Dissolved Bone. Gauged to order ten cents extra.
Plants: SepteD.be
Ljnde, partners as Magovern &Co., Aaron and :
Adams and I. Howe Ad- Wheelwrighting Repairing.
partners as WE WANT
Improved and Hoffman's Seedling $4.00 1000. Order "'
.mt& JIowe C. S. Durling and Henry C. O. B. per
Lee: You to know we keep on hand
It appearing from-the affidavit of Finley Sulphate of Potash, Honey barrels and OTal Water Breakers Several Brands of FERTILIZERS specially adapted our soil and climate
Way,com la nant's solicitor, herein filed, from $2.00 up. INDIAN RIVER BRAND manufactured by an old firm. the Davidge Fertilizer Co.. ;
that the above-named defendants% are nonresident Land Plaster, Send for Circular. Also Bone Meal, Cotton Seed Meal,* etc., and Napes* and*" .
of the State of Florida, and that CanadaII. W. Ashes, Tanksand Davidge's Fertilizers. A full line of Ornamental Fruit Trees. Send for catalogue.
said defendants reside in the city and State Tobacco Stems and all kinds oi COOPER WORK to order. '
few York, and that they are over the Cotton Seed Meal. JOHN B. BEACH Indian Kiver Nurseries, Melbourne, Flu,
age of twenty-one years. It is therefore or- .
dered that you do appear, lead, answer or I LaGrange, : : Florida.
demur to complainant's bill herein filed on WE WANT I MAC'sTILE : I!' Pianos & Organs!

or before the 2d day of December, A. D. You to Give Us a Trial on something.WE NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY i
1689 else said bill will be taken as confessed. EACOTT & CO., 'TUNED AND REPAIHED. 4
.! It is further ordered that this no- WANT P1OXEER AGEACY. a j _
Lice! be published in the FIXJRIDA.STAB, a TITUS'ILLE, FI A., For terms and sample copies address i! G. W. SCHUYLER,
newspaper published in Titusville, Brevard To merit your patronage.by fair and CIIAS.H.SAUXAN I It

county Florida,once a week for four consecutive :- honest dealings, and.we mean business. TIN&SHEET-IRONWORKERS. Titusville P.'O., Brevard county; Fla. t;;P.. O. INDI.XOL.BREV'A.RD. CO., r
weeks. PLOPJDA. *
Witness A. A.Stewart' Clerk of the Circuit TRY US.Respectfully. THE j All work ,warranted. References fnr-

Court Court,and the seal of said court, at the -:0:- GUTTERING, ,ROOFING, '* Naphtha Launch "Li' nier" !! nished. Charges only for. rotbactuallydone ._
House at Titusville, this!$th day of .
And -not for travelling
of Tin Ware. expends.Will '
October A. D. 1889. Manufacturing Hired for Short Runs Cruis- :
Can be or ,make a'trip to Lake Worth.po,l4;
., Clerk A. A.Qirqpit STEWART Court, JS. WATSON & CO. GALVANIZED WORK, ing. For terms and,particulars address 'f j-1staof October attending toitt r I;() .'
W. Pr U derwood Cocoa Fla. received before that,time. 3w -
'FrsuY WAY,Com ,)sinant',olicitor: And.Repairing of all kinds t"It t ;

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.' 6" 4'.;..' .,: .. 4. THE FLORIDA STAR;WEDNESDAY; NOV. 13,1889. .

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Crimes and C aultl. I BIG TRAtE; IN FIREARMS. OLD EGYPT MODERNIZED.TELEPHONE largo port of the food ct tha '
Two trains on the Fort Wayne road'coV consists of ,'
; ''VR IN AFRICA lided near Beaver Falls, Bx A Abrakeman j. Club Inlfeoreia Beta?Armed With Win- eating a turnip. He began Utfce n .

was fettled and an engineer and fireman were chocter Rifles. v TO THE SPHINX AND the root and ate the taw, tit Ii

seriously injured. The passengers escaped SAVANNAH, Ga., Nov. 7.-The following AT THE PYRAMIDa vegetable to the very cod o( '

with slight hurt ". has just been received here from HOTEL leaving not a visage of it I y .
At Passaic City, N. J., a new building collapsed I
Germ n'lroops Battle With 6,000 and burled sixteen workmen in the Macon: In response to a telegraphicorder them seldom eating have clover anp me I= te22
of Cairo Now a Winter they
from Americas, a well known The Ancient City fw* i
ruins. All are hurt, but none killed.
3Iafites Under BushirL I milk of the baffalo and row r2
Three persons were hilled at a negro and Macon hardware establishment shippedthis Resort for European* The Invention
of curd
a sort a like cheese wtS u?
Indian fishfry near Denison, Tex. morning sixtyfour.Winchester of Modern Science Introduced-Cursed teasively used. They *'

'The Latter Repulsed With a The wife of a Louisville and Nashville engineer rifles and 5,000 cartridges to that place. by OppreMlve Taxation. forks or spoons,and at supper 00 no tkerZ W/

.;. at Louisville put on a death robe and f The telegram containing the order in addition to their vegetSetZjJ III
500 Killed.
Loss of threw herself before a moving engine She. stated that race troubles were antioipat- Modern civilization is making rapid of onions and butter is to
I I was instantly killed. I ed and that the rifles might be needed strides in the land of Egypt. The young pieces of bread and eat itipouter's tfer aT( c

., Contents of the Dispatch Reported to An excursion train was wrecked near t for protection.A giant of the west, whose itching palm is Cairo Letter in Tte litw1ti
Brownwood Tex. Fifteen passengers were gentleman connected with the
the Head of the toward Japan.China, Corea
Hare Been Received by reaching
injured, three fatally. The names of the above mentioned hardware store was
Emln Relief Committee from Stanley. latter are T. B. Jones, Belleville, III; Atex. seen by a newspaper man. "This shipment and the lands of south Asia has alreadya World.Southern

The Next session of Parliament Likely George, Friedland, Tex., and Mrs. Henry of rifles to Americus is rather strong grip on this birthplace of history Expos1t1oiOpmM0NTO3iiEaT. .

:to Be a Stormy One. Mason, Austin, Tex A broken rail caused I heavy, but nothing unusual," said he.I and the Egypt of the past has days : : : Ala., Soy (L ..n ;

a I the accident i iI I "Our house alone has sold 500 Winchester that are numbered. Alexandria long southern exposition wma opened br ill r
,i ZANZIBAR Nov. 8. Details Molten metal killed five men at Lebanon, nfles for the name purpose within since arisen from the ashes of the bombardment president from TVashingtcn by t '

been received of the recent engagement -I I Pa., and terribly burned three others. I I the last sixty days, and I know that of and it is yesterday. Governor Seay, 3Ia .
seven years ago President
between a section of Capt. John Earks shot and killed at play, John : other houses have been selling them in ham and Yandiver. 01 !.
the size of Cleveland Or Washington. -
Wissman's expedition, under command Young, both colored boys, at Carlisle, Ky. i I large numbers, too. now rather position made speeches. The
of Lieut. Graverireuth. and Chief Bush- Three cowboys were frozen to death near : "Clubs of fifteen and twenty have Its buildings are European is a fine ;n.

iri's forces, which resulted in the defeat Sierra Grande In the blizzard that swept over t been formed in most of the smaller than Arabic, and its streets have French .borne of the FeaU ferfoniMd by 1N.

F' of the rebels. It appears that Colorado and New Mexico last u-t k. } towns of the state, and have ordered a names. Cairo the city of Arabian awake and Ambition Leyat

r Lieut. Gravenreuth found Bushiri at I Personal. : lot of rifles from Milledgeville yesterday nights is fast becoming a city of Parisian A history of ecoeps would fbna&TCr

the head of 6,000 Mattes who were ; and the day before an inquiry fort nights, and the Mohammedan call to of
journaliaxa [
Vanity Fair, of Jon, calls Chauncey good history from the t
I the cost of fifty pistols came from Smithvile. a
E ravaging the country around Usarama. i M. Depew, "the coming president of the All the orders came from white prayer is mingled with the bacchanaliansongs newspapers first began to be tasked. Gb
The Mafites made three desperate -i ; oP the cafe chantants. Modern
United States
of the of
.: men although the order from Smithville great scoops history VM a w
charges on the Germans, The new Princess Hatz&ldt slgn.xl her for is to science is pulling tho mummies from the diction The particulars of >
pistols thought by some come this
f but repulsed with great slaughter. :
were name on the marriage"register at Brompton from pyramids. A telephone line runs almostto historical that
negroes."Nothing are so caa bofo d
natives killed but
no Europeans.friendly Lieut Gravenreuth were pursued i Oratory as "Clara Elizabeth Prentice" otherwise more has been heard from the very ear of the Sphinx, and the in 'Einglake'sWar. Historythey of the

i Clara Elizabeth Huntington. Smithville. I we have had or- old lady is being pulled from the sand **
suppose The London Times
the days'journey
enemy, making a predicted:
Mrs. President Harrison is visiting her sick tfc
and ders for 300 pistols during the lost two by modern iron cars made in Europe.
inland from
Bagamovo battle of Alma It called the
sister, Mrs. Lord in Now York. btt&tkl
rebels. The months although,the rifles are far in There is hotel at the base of the
clearing the ri&untry of the Secretary Proctor had earned the title at the lead. A of considerable a Pyramid had not yet been fought by the Jac%

Germans came upon the bodies of five :, Washington of the "t lent man" magnitude race war to be threatening at of Cheops in which English men and baa been known in history. -It pc&fcj
hundred dead Mafites: The frienldy I i Ex-Mayor Seth Low, of Brooklyn, has decided Americus w appears!ere the negroes are very women drink brandy and soda and the out where. be rbugntand: pcfastl
the rebels wherever
natives are killing' I to accept the presidency of Columbia numerous. Trouble is feared there." spirit of the Nineteenth century, with out what would be the result. Thai*

fond college. there some of its virtues and all of its vices is
1 It is learned on the quiet that markable prediction was verified "

NEWS IN BRiEF.t Sporting Spark are over twenty companies in this state breathing new life Into the land of the particular and although The tfcgg eroj

The of the base from ten to fortrr men each, which have Pharaohs. .
name new organization afterwards the
pall kepi on
predicting fatness
Condensation of Interesting Items on :
been formed within the last
is the Players. National League. It will secretly Cairo is becoming a winter residence
to the fall of &
3 Various Subject i as tOpal mrd
j have clubs at New York two months. Much secrecy is observed
Brooklyn, Boston I' city, and it has hundreds of mansions
e Treasury department nffb&tf estimate Piitsburg Buffalo Ctevetand and trouble is feared by order heads, as its other prediction* came true. TJA
Philadelphia, ,
which would do credit New York
to or
that the public debt redaction Oo- shows the of
during and Chicago.The the yosng men mostly are engaged in beauty stopping predfehg
tober past will amount to about ,:,. I Brotherhood has rerun*! ball ground this Paris. Real estate has rapidly risen in when you have made one big Ecocejt
The total of the United States --- value and the land which the baby
coinage upon A which involved deal
iu New York and Brooklyn. scoop a good of
I mints for the past year was f GO, G3a jMrs. j CRUSHED TO DEATH. : Moses lay in the bulrushes is now worth personal danger was accompUsb&fg,

Grant favors Riverside as the resting Labor >.oU". Ool1altP'e of a Carpet Factory in Glasgow I a big price per square foot. When I visited the At
r place of the general's body, and opposes removal The Hocking Valley coal miners have years ago by correspondent of
( S tland-Flfty Killed. I Cairo about eight ago the don-
years New York Times in London. Xr.Hani
to Arlington or West Point. j studied the comparative advantages strike
GLtsGow X'o'i.A terrible disaster the chief cab of the
Clubs are being formed throughout or wages, taken their pick and gone back to ; key was hackney Frederic went through the cholera tab
' Georgia and are being equipped with Winchester work. occurred in this city Friday. The foreigner and men, women and children ten districts of France and Spafa mi

c rifles. A race war is feared. j, gable wall of a building that was being II went sight seeing on long eared beasts cabled a page to his paper ghirgaate. M

The supreme court of Michigan has ren FAITH CURE CRA KS. erected alongside of Templeton carpet with donkey boys in blue gowns follow- curate history of the plague, and ibov-

' i dered a decision declaring unconstitutional ;, The Board of Health Puts a Stop to Their factory, William street was blown ing behind and punching up the animalsby ing for the first time what warn to h
the law under which adoptions of children down. An immense amount of debris sticks into of
i j, Foolishness. poking sharp patches feared from the cholera epidemic ml
have been made for the
pest twentyeightyears. fell on the weaving departm&t of the bare flesh as big as a dollar each of
I NEWBURG, N. Y., Xov. 7 -William what was not. In fact it gave peeaII' I

At Grafton W. Va., John Arm brusher Winans has a bright little boy sick with factory, crushing it in and burying which had been denuded of skin for the for the first time an accurate estimate

broke info a drug store and swallowed diphtheria, who was attended by Dr. fifty girls and women employed in the purpose. the situation. ?

poison, but the doctors saved him. He made | Watson and was doing welL The other weaving rooms. It is probable that The hotels had Egyptian servants in When the Prince of Wales riant

three attempts to hang himself, cut his day the doctor found Mr. and Mrs. forty of those buried are dead. turbans and gowns, and you called your America the New York BeralcLmaa Pta

throat, then went to the roof of a four-story LOckwood and their married daughter, The accident happened shortly after bpy to your room clapping your hands.
on all his esteemed omtecipa. ..
who claim to be faith curists in the scoop
building and threw himself oft He is dead. tho left
workmen the
new building. Now the Ishmaelitish hack driver has
with the sick child, and ties by holding wire all a
room praying _
A Grand
Rapids, Mich, jury before whom
There 140 at work in the
were girls taken the and he
though wears a
Mabel Sherman was tried for some shouting. The medicine left for the This was at Niagara Falls and there wi
offense I child had been thrown out and the carpet factory. The majority of them fez cap his dress is European and his
in response to a summons of the court, made but one wire at that time to New Yak.
the report through the foreman.that"there's patient had been without it twentyfourhours. made their way out safely, but many cheek is as hard as that of an American The Herald reporter started eend

five of us for conviction and one for acquittal had narrow escapes. The building was cabby. The donkey boys, though theyare his mesdages, and until be had .

I guess we can't agree" The foreman Mia Lookwood declared: "No per- : 300 feet long. There is a rumor current as bright as ever, have lost their monopoly none of the ot,1 men could .
son shall ghe this child anything unless I 1 that the foundation of'the new building
for -
was reprimanded giving away the secretsof ,and their customers are confinedto
'1 theirs. He isafal
the jury room and the jury sent back to they walk over my dead body. was laid over a disused coal pit telegraphed every
foreign men and to the natives. In.
bring in a verdict, which they did of guilty i Only the Lord and prayer shall admin- Survivors of the accident relate that a thing that he could think of. dasriW
about supper time the sixth juror having I ister to this child." : sudden extinguishing of lights was the side the walls of Shepheard's hotel, all the suits the Prince of TftletveN

"become very hungry, and it 'was no use to The board of health waa convened only warning. All made a rush for the where I am stopping, you are as far and what the Duke of Newcastle all afti

hold out." I the Winans' residence quarantined, the J' exit, which quickly became jammed. from old Egypt as you would be in the did, and what every member of tfce fli ,

faith curists driven out antI the prenv I'j I. There most of the bodies were found Grand hotel at Paris. The servants are thought and were likely to t&inkafcMt
ices put in charge of oth'eers. DR Watson during the search. The tremor resulting French
speaking Swiss in black swallow and finally he had to fall bock oa ifc
IlL for bash was again given charge of the child, : from the fall of the building was felt fora
county, a consideration f 100000. ,- I tail coats. The chambers have electric book-a of the 5f
: who had ?failtxT considerably during the great distance. only available a copy
time of medical bells, and the $4 a day which you Testament most of which was tab-
j [Secretary Rusk wants more stringent meat ; neglect It is now I Many pathetic scenes were witnessed
'. inspection laws; he states that the number i ii ] doing wel. among the parents and other relativesof pay for your board does not include either graphed to The Herald In New Y-
a the victims. candles #r pcap. N I the time he had finished with till
+ of sheep have fallen off since 1683 about 1.OWOOO ,- ; By
nead. i i,[ No Fight in Arizona.TUCSON i The latest estimate of the loss of life The whole of the soil of Egypt has been volume it was then too late for aayd

d beautiful white marble bust of Mrs. Ariz., Nov. 7.-The tight reported is that fully fifty parsons have been brought down from the mountains of the other men to seed fit

Cleveland the work of G. Scanki, of Genoa : From the near moot Crittenden reliable is a canaid.it .,',.killed. The loss of property aggregates i Abyssinia by the Nile. It is nowhere special. If newspaper the men in Tha Herald cM

F in'SSd, will shortly decorate the Cleveland sources appears .. mere than fifty feet deep and its
caraoiafcBBt '
> that the Indian convicts are sim- .1 overage read all the dispatches that
home in New York. 1
| ply trying to avoid arrest There is not : AN UNHEEDED WARNING.A depth is about thirty-five feet. Under the New Testament, the big faaf af '
county, Ky., sees her lively citizens ; the slightest evidence thus far of this soil is found the sand. The Nile bill wesM
Wila and John Howard, leave for the ', any Sick Mail Instate on Being Buptlied money paid for the telegraph :
depredations since their waters it as well fertilizes it for
thereis '
escape. have
not been wasted.
wide fields
of Arkansas, with sincere hopes t and Die from the I flVct*. altogether
that they will never come back. Peace and BOON VILLE, Mo., Nov. 7.-A man was no rain to speak of in Egypt. The M. Quad in his younger days cb'

Judge Lewis reign in that neck of woods at ; country is flat. Hero at Cairo you can tered a locomotive to bring in teaaerror's "
Earthquake Shock* at St. Lou noticed floating down the river in an
r present. t ST. Louis Nov. boat last The see for miles in every direction, find message to The Detroit ,
A boat
o. was
very peroepti-j open
t&nt Secretary, Bussey has rendered standing on the
a great Pyramid the valley
Press. He bad wild ride '
shock felt against
y decision ble of earthquake was in this continually running against the rocks a
giving to Ohio
pension an of Nile
husband woman city at 1 .53 o'clock Saturday morninr.It along the shore ana moung unsteadily the is spread out below you and not only delivered the message SB i
wpose was an ex-soldier,but who
was killed by the cars while antler the influence had sufficient force to shake the tall : down the stream. The matter was in- in a great patchwork of different shadesof good shape, but wrote an accoasfcof Ifca,

of narcotics taken to allay pain caused buildings and,frighten the inmates of ., vestigated and the boat drawn ashore, green. There are no fences and few Affair which, it is not too znucbtoaa i

i by a disease contracted in the army. many houses. It came apparently from when it was discovered that the occupant trees. Here and there a grove of tall was infinitely more interesting aodi verj }

Montana will .have a Democratic governor a direction a little north of east, pasj-ifig | was in an almost dying condition. palm raise their fan like heads high up much more widely read than was tfct :

but the Republicans will get I in a westerly direction. and, according'to He transferred to a hotel and medi- in the clear blue atmosphere, and near
every- message of which he was tho carriec
tho experience of several who cal aid given.He
noticed -
thing else. you see a village mud huts made ,
it like the of Arthur In a recent issue of an Americaafflazine. j
was something two sec- gave name Wellington -
The holds
COroner the
> incline of the
for the railway* onds' duration. At Forest park it was and said that his home was in same sun sticks that Pharaoh Mr. Blowitz, the Paris _-4", ;
responsible recent
which company resulted in the death of several Occident quite plainly felt by park policemen, Smithville O, He said that he left ground out of the children of Israel This dent of The Ixjodoo Times gITeI& !? '

at Cincinnati. He it was ''crimInaJ persons who report that it was quite severe. It : home and went to Denver tor his great plain is cut up by canals; roads run interesting ooootmt of bow be aoaY/rr
carelessness." shook the female hospital, insane as>y- ( health three months ago, but running here' and there through it, and along all his esteemed oontemporariei

t Hiram Armstrong, old soldier of Logans- lum and other public buildings in tile out of money and getting no better, he these move caravans of camels, of Egyptians graphing to London a of tbe 't
port, Ind..was found dead in bod by a friend* southern part of the city to such an ex- j started back home. He reached Kan- in gowns upon donkeys and of treaty. Not the least difficulty w ,
who went to take, him his granting tent that the inmates became seriously i sas City a nd there bought a flatboat intending droves of donkeys laden with fl '
papers or I
alarmed. At nil the drift grass had to overcome was the getting
hint back pension for engine houses the | to down to St Louis and
President Harrison a cnraTuesday firemen on duty were awakened by the there sell the boat for ,enough to reach grain. are cattle and sheep by the permit to send by telegraph tba -

machinery in the exposition at Montgomery started the shock. home by rail He had ,only been on thousand upon the ,field and, their fat which he bad the good luck '
I the river a day when he had sides glisten under the tropical! sun as to
:r Ala. It was done by electricity.A emlng1Jbul'g.'i Plucky Marshal. a severe management to gecpyHd bad P' .

cotton crop owned by two negroes covers FLEI1L'03BURu, Ky Nov. 4.-Thursday hemorrhage Although he was very they munch the sweetest and juciest of into Belgium to do It, and evee tYs'Y i
i the site i ill he expressed a desire to Ife baptized clover. The air just now is as as *
; 4 tarpons of Andersonville prison.Old night G. W. Sutton and Will Kendall pure had to have an order from a very Mg :
water wells Union in the ,pool at the Christian that of Denver. All nature seems to wafl
dug by while
prisoners drunk, tried to run the town. authority otherwise his message
around the inclosure somewhat preserve the Marshal Duley ordered them from I church. He was warned that such a smile, and. the only poor thing upon the not fcave been taken. tIn I
proceeding would be fatal, but he insisted
outlines of the great pruon the in which scene is man. I
pen. bury
they were riling, and Saturday was immersed. America the only trouble thatoen*
4 when button leveled a shotgun at theofficer's Out of the six and a half million people JIll
have the
morning grew rapidly worse spondcnts is to get news
Key lre.t Cure Go Up in Smoke. head. The latter knocked it, and died at 11 o'clock. of Egypt fully six million are peasants. they have that there fe no doa** .
KEY WEST Flo. Nov. aside, and, in turn pot the drop on '
5.-Del Pins.crothers' i They are known as fellahs. They are its titcorrespondents
V immense cigar factory, containing Sutton and would havtfkilletl him, but CAUGHT IN GALE.. the tillers of the soil and they are the being telegraphed In Smog_ Ito
Kendall knocked the from his '! have
large quantity over 1,000OuO of Havana cigars tobacco besides was a hand. Sutton then jumped weapon on Duley ; Schooner 'ked-Thr LIve 4 Lout. people who do the work, and make the contend with and that la, eve! '

completely burned by fire at 1. o'clock and kicked and beat him in a terrible I Remainder Kescu d.CHARLESTON money which pays the immense yearly they have their special infonnatie* *

w Monday morning. The loss is $124000; manner, but the officer after terrible S. C., Nov. O.- -The debt of Egypt. These "fellahs" are the after they band k.In to the f lepl '

insurance $.000. struggle, placed handcuffs on them t schooner Flora Rogers. which rescuedthe ancient Egyptians They have been oppressed office it is sometimes not sent DMW
% i i both and lodged them in jail without mate aud four of the crew of the throughout the ages until they the s1
troublesome times in Spain
Mutilated and Left to Die. assistance. Both the prisoners are big schooner Jennie have
I waterlogged Rosalene no spirit left in them, and they are toil
'Itoczl oBT, Ind. Nov. 7. Flora men while Duley is of slight build. from Savannah for Providence. Get 25, happy if they can get enough to ago a newspaper correspondent
Brown cola red was found about 3 was off Charleston harbor Sundaymorning keep that no matter what information Saar'aged
; Gala Week at themselves alive. You
Charleston. see their mud
s o'clock Monday morning on the river and the rescued marinerswere to get it was never forwarded 1
;bank, where she had been left to die, CHARLESTON, S. C., Nov i. This brought here in a tug. Their villages ever y w bi re,and they slave from, the Spanish .telegraph .ofltoaernment Th

4' + terribly beaten and cut about the face. week is to be given up to festivities in names are Mate Frank Alaxseu of Bal- morning until night in the fields. Their of the day took cars u ae

Her assail its are unknown. She will Charleston, the boat official program includ- timore; James A. Buunov, of dt John; houses are rarely more than ten feet news that it did not wish to go .
probably recover. ing fireworks races ship races, a A. A. of New York |. high and often not than
sham battle on the lake, military drills Pinckney, ; M. Heff- more eight feet should be sent. This correspondfla '

e < The Common Hjk parades, eta On the lAst night of the ron of Berkenhea.1, England, and j square. In an Egyptian .village the wrote to his friend in London dial!!
., fastivities the George Smith, of Norway. They report | houses are built close together. There **
harbor *
The common fly lays more than one -Friday- will be that the gale caught them Oct. 25 ho received the next diepaich b-i r
red eggs and the time tar egg lay illuminated and war times will, be recalled north of Hatteras. They were drivento [ are no pavements gas lamps nor mod coon* every fifth word and cajt aw

trig to maturity is only about two weeks. the by blockade representations vessels running the gulf stream and main ,and mizzenmasts ern improvements of any kind. The every fifth word to New York. **3?
and the
r. Most of us have studied geometrical pro- Fort Sumter. bombardmentof were carried, away Capt | furniture of each house consists of a few his dispatches after that on this P* *

sc+eseion. Hero. we see it illustrated. : Barlow and wife were swept overboard ; mats, a sheepskin a copper kettle and Whenever be gota' good pfeoa o1 "

} Suppose one fly commences "to,multiply Identified at LBJ'It. .1 and drowned in each other's arms. The some earthenware pota. The bed of the be telegraphed a long rigmarole 'fJ> ,.

k and replenish tho earth1 about June i. WASHINGTON, Nov. 7.The, man believed mate and 'three of the crew \tero washed ; family is 'ledge of mud buUt in the frfendin London, which when A cit
to be C. E. Billiard of New over the side but caught ropes and 'side of the room. There are no win t' of
June 15, if all lived would give 150. was sent appeared to be a
York,.who suicide here saved themselves. The colored steward doves and the
attempted a.few | cooking is usually done .
Suppose 75 of these are females July 1 beneath financial asd dos&tio troobka
:: to death the main-
days ago by inhaling gas has been was out of doors in a little earthen
would give us,supposing DO cruel.wasp identified as T. G. Valiant, .recently boom. H6 belonged in Savannah. The 'stove,.. pot-like were bot&ednff him at that tiwbeaveverj -

or"other ustoward circumstances to in hotel clerk at Parkersburg, W. Va. His captain and wife were from. Long fifth word was takea '

,.terf ere,," flics. Suppose 6,635 of father is a Methodist minister of Balti- Island. The rescued men praise the r i* The.fuel is of dried cow, camel or buffalo pathe DeWS be wanted to seadIA..

,.a females, we :might1,have,Jorr' ;mora Valiant. is recovering.' coolness and courage of the officers and manure, and the food of tiM, family Ae Spiiijoh, people never got .ai. .
m 8i.-NewYork.I. crew'of the Rogers who rescued themat Is a mixture of sorghum seed and'86-tfce"feofasfortie&i' seee?**_.

f "( roe- .._. :" .. _. -'- great. e6Ot i It! is l ,:,ground uniptoftflpqr' MC1.' = I o" "

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: ,. .. THE FLORIDA STAR, WEDNESDAY, ,NOV. '13, 1889.t r 4Y
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Tn addition to my: very Complete. FLORIDA. -- THE Kite HOUSE FLORIDA..

Stock of HERE WE ARE .1.1J.
'. 0--- AGAIN! .


Jacksonville, Tampa, and -

Key West System. Jacksonville, Fla..

Schedules IU Effect May 26,1889. I IWhen Knabe. Pianos. Weber- Pianos, Haines W. ROGERS & CO,, .

Trains of this line run on Central Standard Bros.! Pianos, Morris Pianos, Wilcox & .

Time, and arrive and depart from the White Organs and Chicago Cottage Before an intelligent, appreciative and
f J. T., & K. W. and S. F.&W Union de Organs. .
I CURE I do.not mean merely to elt'es '
say discriminating
pot. public
present our
HAY & GRAIN, stop them for a time and then have them return I will Sell and Deliver at your nearest
West India Fast Mail. again. I MEAN A RADICAL CURE.I and make our bow
have made the disease of station High Grade'PIAUS. announcing that we .
27 No 14
lOOp m...Lv Jacksonville Ar..6 30 a m FITS, EPILEPSY or are candidates for their favors, good '

Dry Goods & NotionsbABIES' 1 54 j) m..Green Cove Spring..5 25 a m FAIXIXG SICKNESS wishes and-cahh. .

2 40 p m.....Palatka Junction....,4 28 a m ,
2 4Spm......... -Palatka...........4 26 a 1D A llfe-long stnd I WARRANT my remedy to As blood is
CURE the worst cases. Because others have thicker than water, is
3 23 .... so
m. 24
I p Hnntington.3 a m failed ia no reason for not now receiving care.
3 42 p m........ ..Seville ...........3 00 a m Send at once for a treatise and a FRBE BOTTLE cash better than credit. We propose to
) 4 20 m..DeLand Junction..2 00 of my INFALLIBLE REMEDY. Give Express OR
p am and Post Office. It costs nothing for a out of
you get the old ruts, and Sell
4 30 our
p m..Oranze City Junc..l 48 a m trial and it will cure you. Address

5 15 p m...........Sauford...........1 15 a 1D H.C.ROOT,M.C., 183 PEARL ST.,NEWYORIPIANOS Goods at Rock Bottom Prices for hard

DRESS 5 ri 57 13pm p in.WinterPark..I1..........Orlando..........11 53 40 p p m m I o R G Ao N S Cash .

7 25 p m.........Kissimmee........10 50 p m
10 13 p m..........Tampa........... 7 40 p m We handle a first-class line of
'* 10 45 p m..Ar Port Tampa Lv. 6 50 m
FOR LETS: MONEY than any other house in the
Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars between : United States. I Will ship a Piano or Organ to '
I < GOODSMILLI.ERY New York and Tampa, daily. No 27 stops any honest !:lan (\woman, on trial and if not Clothing
at Kissimmee for supper. Nos. 14 and 27 satisfactory I will pay; freight both ways. $25 ,
I I cash and $10 a month on a Piano, and $10 cash and .
Steam-hip $5 a mouth ou au Organ till paid for-not much
AXI) { more than ordinary rent. On these very liberal
sail from Port Tampa on Mondays and terms anyone can own a instrument. Send for Both Ready-made and'.to Order. ,
w Thursdays ou arrival of trains. No. FREE CATALOGUE containing full information.
27 heet Music Strings,Violins. Banjos, Guitars, Ac-
connects at Palatka Junction with the Flor- cordFoiiP, and in fact every :llo!Ilea I Instrument 4 W
ida Southern Railway. I i I that i*madf', end at very low prices. Send for com- OurGonts' 11 'f" .
plcte Cat.tiGgues. I have 20.00(7 pieces of Choice
TRAINS BFTWFFN: DFLANI JUNCTION AND Music at 10 cettt:per cnfo)". .

DEL D. I A. B. Campbell, Jacksonville, Fla. 5S' Furnishing Department

Lv DeLand No91 No89 No87 No8 No83

Junction..7.oOj 10:4op 2:45p 12:10p &50a ORGA1S 3lg Is
I : Complete. Nobby Hats from
ti ., i .
Ar DtI.ml1..1l:05p 4:4r ] ;;
3:00p 12u5p 9.05a k, I ..._
C. hands and Shoes
to suit the
,, Junction.8:3r 1 :15p :201' 4:15p 10:30p: L. B. S. 1\1 HII I I! : .r I....... tff'-.t' ,, :-"iJJ.!:'" most fastidious. Trunks, Valises and t,

Lv IeLand8:20a 12.00p 2.05p 4:00p 10:10p ':::17f.{ ""!3. Hand Satchels, too low toq quote. .*
i Trains 88 and 89 run daily, all others I y" Ir..t.it: i"t J I.'.....,...
t daily except Sunday FIFTH ANNUAL I E I. W l a i For fine Cigars and Tobaccos we, .can- r

r CLOTHIN G &outh Florida Accommodation. CLEARANCE SALE ;PJ'dY ', not be excelled in the count''Ve \". t "
No. 3. ; *
>0. 6. 'OF PURE COD IJliiit iji ,
8 **0 a ut...Lv Jacksonville Ar...6 45 p in June ? earnestly ask an inspection ,of '"'our'
I to Aug. I 1,1889. j .
9 33 a m...Green Cove Spring. 44 p m nD KYPOPSOSPHTrgSAlmost -
10 2:{ a m ...Pulatka Junction ...4 50 p m I Goods. before buying elsewhere. '

10 35 am......... ..Palatka..4 45 p m as Palatable as Milk.So -

t Hats 11 17 a in. Jfuniington.4 00 p m $25,000 ; ; disguised that it can 5+o taluen, J.. W. Roger &*|:Col .
f 11 40 a m.Seville .3 SO m digested, and cgfilmtlatcd by th'3 most .
12 34 m... DeLund unction ...2 43 p m Worth of Pianos and Organa I I sensitive Ktctr.sc!?, when the plain oil ',:..,. .',' .
j. p from beat maker to be closed cannot be. tolerated; and by the com-
12 48 P m... Orange City June ...2 27 p m out regardless ofcoxt or valne. I ;jtnntlon. of the oil with the nypopnce* ,. :, J
1 1 20 ]) ru..l r Sanford Lv.1 55 P m Stoc too large. ftlnct con vert pbltos la mad morn ef caciona.Bemarkable "
t' Daily m-t\\fen Jacksonville and Palatka; into ash or Install ment aset j aa a flesh prodseer

1 Boots, daily except Sunday! south of Palatka. X o. Some entirely NEW INSTRUMENTS Person gaff rapidly \rhlc! taking It.SCOTT'S s. H. BAY ;
3 ttumetts at Palatka with Fla. So. Ky. not used a day.
I EMULSION is acknovledgedbj bJ ,
I ICfhoe Jackr.jfiic! ::m? tfaular*! AC-OJUzsiodr.txon. Some Nearly months New-used only. a few Physicians to be the Finest and Best preparation .

I It I in the world for the relief and cure of .
Some,med! a year or*!-Some, 0 TITUSV1LLE FLA. !
: No. > :X(,. 7S used two to three years. CONSUMPTION, SCROFULA 0. .
3 T)0 p .. .\' cksonslle; Ar..lli 10 p III Some flneSecond Hand=takcn I GENERAL DEBILITY, WASTING
Jt 44 p m...Green Cove:':pring..ll 40 r. in In exchange and made new in DISEASES, EMACIATION, ,
7 22 p ui..Palatka Junction.10 40 a m our repair Factory. ICe.poINhed i i iRtie COLDS and CHRONIC COUGHS. 4
-strong. Restored In Tone
7 50 pin.Palatka .........10 40am and Action and made good for The great remedy for Consumptian, and 'Can'l
f.Perfoiner.y Jewelry ;8 [J() p m......Huiitirgton....... 9X55 a m years of nervlce.BARGAINS. Wasting in Children Sold by all Drtlgg tl. lerdiamiiseSTEB. e 0

9 ::l p fU..Se\.ille.. .... ... 9 37 a m EVERY ONE. i i i
10 35 j P in.....Deland Junction. 49 a m If tiny dealw pays he has the W.L.Douzlaf "
10 55 J .. 25 EASY TERMS Shoes without name and price stamped oi
p m..OramrtCity nIlC. 9 a in II the bottom put hixa down aa a fraud.
Cutlery 11 50 P in.Ar Sanford Lv.._ 8 05 a ra Yonr OWN TERMS' almost. : j

Daily erctpt Sunday.No. Very light Monthly Payments .
0 .7S connects at Palatka Junction with or Small Cash Payment and balance ; '"
when you act ready. -3' tE J.,
FLrh1.1 Snlth ;'rn I ailuav. .

Crockery? Tin I Sl atlJGl'd uni! flieustis) Railsvay.;< CASH BUYS CHEAP i I I 1':01'0"6: to keep ,.0.- I 1

LEAVE ARKIVK Give :you all the time wanted : *. ,
No. 113 No. Ill No. 110 No 112 but SPOT CASH will Bare you I <
:10 p m 4.30: a iiiMS.uifcnL8:20 a 8:45 pm I money. TRY US ON. We will t A FirstClassStock
meet yon every
:):.7 p in A'a! ni..l'aola..7:59 a fc:22 pm ; ; 1''

1 : o:50 p m 5:57 a m.borrento..7:34 a 7:40 pm 1

: Wooaiid <>:04 p in GM7 a m.Hit Dora.2'2 a 7:20 pm. PIANOS I -OFNOTIONS- .

uMb ]p m o:30) a m.Tavare<..7:10 a 7:00 pin fk }
'-., Daily except Sunday. No. 113: connects $50 $75 $100/ $150./ \
at Sanford with West India Fast Mail. No. I
110 connects" at Fanford with Jacksonvilleand

WillO; were, North.al.ford accommodation for points ORGANS I 1 \ 4wg GROCERIES; '

$24 .$35 $50 $75.
s Indian Kiicr ENo. xltr'siv.! I II I

GARDEN SEEDS," :.7 No. 78 _

1 00 p. iii..Jacksoiuille :I r..12 45 p ru I WRITE FOR BARGAIN SHEET. I II L DOUCLASFd'

2 40 p .Palatka Junction...10 45 pIn ;
tf 48 p ni.Palatka.10 40 p iu CLEARANCE SALE JF ORQ. DRY GOODS 1

FERTILIZERS 3 42 p in..........Seville.......... 9 37 j I m I SUMMER 1889. I-i .F GENTLEMEN.
4 20 p JU... DeJ.Hl\l Junction... 8 40 P m Best fn the world. Examine Iil83.OO
,1 57 ... .. 8 04 GENUINE HAND-SEWED SHOE.
]' in Enterprise. .t. p m ShI0 ;
6 50 p 111..Ar.Tif111"HIe{ Lv... 0 00 a m !LUDDEN& BATES S.M.H. $3.i o 1'OLICK AND FAUMKKS' S}IOE. ,
ETC., Steamers leave Ti- 82.50 EXTRA VALUE CALF SHOE. ,.
Daily Sunday.
tusville daily:except Sunday, for all ] oint* L ._ 82.OO and 81.75 BUTS SCUOOf. SHOES
to Indian River as far south as Melbourneat All made la Congress, Button and Lace. lens Ladies' & Cliildreus*

I have added a Complete Line (If.FURNITUR.E 6:00t. m. Steamers leave Melbourne W4 L DOUGLAS .

Mondays, Wednesdays] and Fridays at 5:00a FOR '
m for tll points ponth as far as Jupiter, S3 SHOE LADIES.
connecting then with stage for Juno,and all. Best Material. Best Style. Best Fitting. SEOES..
V not sold bv your dealer, write
landing on Lake Worth. W. L. DOUGLAS. BKOCKTOX. MASS

Halifax Riser Kxj>resi.No. I Examine W I.e. Douglas' $2 Shoes for ALSOCROCKERY ,
27 No. 78 Sheriff's Sale. Gentlemen. a

lOOp m..Lv Jacksonville Ar..12 45 p in Under and by virtue of an execution FOR SALE BY GLASSYAREHARDWARE '

.MATTRESSES, BEDS, 2 42 p m..Ar Palatka Lv..lO 40 p m issued out of the Circuit Court for the ,
3 00 p m.-Lv Palatka Ar..._ 9 35 p m Seventh Judicial Circuit of Florida, for C. J. HECTOR

BEDDING, ETC. (> 00 p m........Orrnond......... 6 25 p m Brevard county, upon a judgment lately J'
6 2b p m..Ar Daytona; I.., 6 00 a m recovered in said court by Annie K. :Melbourne, Fla.
I am Agent for the Celebrated Daily except Sunday.For Hogg, a free dealer, against D. P. Smith, .
additional times at stations not named ::0--- AND
as administrator of the estate of Frank
t Bangor Orange Box.Can above, and for general information, applyat Smith, deceased, to be satisfied out of the For Sale! by .

supply them in car lot or less on Tickets city ticket on sale office.at City Ticket Office, No assets of said estate in the hands of said U. D. HENDRICKSON. Ship Chandlery Goods 7
administrator I hare levied and
1 short notice Terms made. 95 West Bay street and at Union depot.J. will sell at public, outcry in front upon of the Lake Worth, Fla.
-- '-- --- -- -----
Will Double Dressed Court-house door, at Tit $'\"illein said
also carry the Sunt. Gen. Paco. AgtD.
county,on the first Monday November, These will be the main features ,of
F. JACK my
Vegetable made.. Oe.neralIantger.
Crate, the best A. D. 1889, between the hoursof 11 a. m. Pianos & business, but orders sent me for any-: ;

c Vegetable Paper and 3 p. m., the following-described real Organs tubs kerrt in any store in Tittt- '

|range Wraps, from Ohio. H\W'e"%. estate, belonging to the estate of Frank ville will be promptly filled ,- ,
1 I VOIOE Prtrmt o'Mr.G.ni.Mn. ,,
ETC. of 8.iem, OhJo.H Smith, deceased, in the hands of his administrator '
o .wrltta: "W.at work oa a farm for .
.. Cy 820 a month; I now have an agency to-wit :
. Lam Agent for the t'a ''for E.C.Allen A Co'l albem aDd f ubH- Lot one, section three, township thirty If you want to purchase a
uiona and often make SCO a day. W ill buy Fruits Eggs Chickens
FertilizersAND .d A (Signed) W. H.GAXXISOX. south, range thirty-eight east, containing Piano or Organ, write to the undersigned ,
3radly William Kline. Htrrliborp. Fa.. forty-five and one-half acres. Also lot
writes: "I bar never known four section or give him a call. Or Produce customers
anything to Mil likt your album. thirty-four, township twen- any Country my .
mtcrdajr I took ordrr." W.J.EIIDOl'lI. enonfb topaynMOwr&eS. ty-nine south range thirty-eight east Can sell you any of the in- 'or friends may bring > 0 "
COTTON SEED MEAL. Bangor, Mt. writ*: "! containing sixty-four and one-half acres.. to market. -t,
'" take aa order for ya.r album at of the best and lead- ,
almost a very DOOM I Also the northeast quarter of the north- struments
: I carry af Complete Stock of these profit I*often a m =J
"Goods. (for stasis 4&7" work." west quarter of section three, township ing makers at prices that defy I ask for a share of the public patron
Other an doing a*wtll
qotte ; south i
thirty thirty-eight east, con-
ban not tpae to c*" ** and come as supplicant not a
age ,
Small ell from their letter Burry taining Also lot four competition., .
Qaic7c Sales Profiits is forty-eight acres. ,
my m.who takH bold otAlt d buill'pUe! up grand proflu. dictator, asking for your favors."
YOU in this business, section ten, township thirty-five south, .
start ,
Shall we ,
If courteous treatment jrood : '' .;
.., Writ ton and rend an abort foryonn.!fc War 'the ,
natter range forty east containing sixty-four Pianos and dips soli on ( Installment ,*'
f' ttartiBr 111"T! we wfll start yes if fOIl don delay. vntO goods and low,figures is : f
Write prices Call on'me before IB of abe ooantr Ifyoa and sixty hundredths
lor or another teuahcMd of yo. roar part } sera
take bold yt will be able to pick.p fold ft* ttTKeadOn the candidate for -
i PlacinySonr orders. : accooot of a forced maaafaetnrerf aal 1S5OOO ten JAMES E. BOWMAN, plan wlicn teirel Disccrat public favor '. ',;.
f dollar J'hOtotrnph Albnni auto Sheriff Brevard Co. .
+ IMopl for $2 eaeb. Bound in Royal-CHmMm Silk Velvet then I'melected.
., world.n .b.ckarntn Largest 6i ydeeoratrdtadda.Raud.omeetaibiwt_ OrratMt bar aba ever known. Aftnl,to the RoBBINS & GRAHAM, to Clmrche-s on Oijan .
waat d. Liberal terma.. Big Bwatyfof arteta. Anyon&eaa Attorneys for plaintiff. 24 ..
Yours 'ncsJtctfu ', talklBC become M a weeu.M.qeaI.e.ary. Whmrw s.n..ateelt.bows erery alRbt.-litUi oas want to w p rek > The above sale.has been postponed un All correspondence will receive prompt Agent for Chattanooga Plow Co.,
y i *... An t Uk thoMandt of eiders with rapidity Wane til the second of December 1889 ,
befor know Great proofs await every worker. Amenta arwkinrfortanea. day attention.E. Chilled Plows and SugarCane
Ladel1D&ke.,1D1ith a*men. To..raaer. the same being the ;first Monday in the '
> Mills,
weD Fall Information sad terms free
eau do Y u asy
GKEO. B. RUMPH, totaootwbtfwriM for aam.with partkmlan and term*for OM first Monday the month. B. W::\GER, ". "
After know
Family BiAk Book and rertodfeala. yoo au. :1'
}..sa too BO Anther,wby no harm 1*don* J. R BOWMAN, 3 P -: r '

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A'full line of crush hats and fine lot
Money f- Money 11 ,Money 1.1.to. .
: Bobbins & of shoes just received at Turner's ,Bazar.J. .
loan real estate to :
1 T. D. Love and W A. Robinson on Apply Suit .*........$ 6.00 11!
-, of Wilmington N. C., are in town Graham; TitusvIlle, Fla.The .&,Watson& Co. received, to-day, Gents Black ;Diagonal' Jerseys Jerseyt Jerseys 1 IIIu 1
second term of County Cpurt in a fresh lot of Henderson's seeds. u better, 9.00
for a day or M. .
-Ir. E. T. Redding was called to this county convened Monday morningwith -Buy your cottonseed meal of J. S. u 13.45 Over 200 to select from.

Georgia this morning by a telegram announcing Judge Jones presiding. Watson & Co. They are headquartersfor Ie U
broke the incoming ri
on best
-Couplings !;

The change the serious of railroad illness schedule his mother.has evening train last Thursday, wbiclrad- fertilizers. grade,............. .............:.. 15.00 The Finest Jerseys in town, only 2.00

4 'been deferred until next Monday when ded to the delay of two hours which the -J. S. Watson & Co. have the strawberry Usual price, $22 to $26. Very Fine Jersey................*...._ 1.49
train behind.Mr. plants. Send them orders.
the extra Indian River Express will be was your A Nice All-Wool Jersey....._.....
S. H. Peck and his bride arrivedin Gents Cotonade Suits, at $3, $1.50 & $5 33

put-A ODe delegation of grape growers from town on Thursday evening last, and W. Baptist Association Gray Flannel Suit, ...... .....$ 6.00 The S. ]1. C. Jersey fast Black.... Q .
left for the home of Prof. and Mrs.
northern States are taking: in our State to be held at Titusville commencing Corsets at half the usual
H. Peck, at Cocoa, the next morning. ) Mixed Check and Striped Suits,... 8.00 price.
this week and xpect to visit Indian Friday before the fourth Sunday:: in November
River ere their return. I -Capt. Simonson has repaired the lit- 1889. The J., T. & K. W. Rail- Special Bargains in Suits at 6.50, 750, A Splendid Corset,..................... 43
Mr. J. W. Rogers has been quite tle steamer owned by Mr. Goodall, of road follows Full fare 8.90 and $10.00
gives rates as : The best Corset in the Market (Dr.
for her who is
Boston expected -
ready owner,
6 r sick for the past few days and Mr. "S.Haoperbett ,here about the first of December. coming, and one-fourth returning. Boats Nice Wool Hats, nobby Styles, 63c., 65c Gilbert's), only..................... 79ShoeS'
has chance of the business fare rail
one coming. By messengersand
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Norwood returned -
until Joe is about again.F. visitors must have-certificates from
W. Lyman and wife and Mrs. from their Georgia trip to their homeat agent station. On boats, return certificates of all kinds will continue to be a leading feature of

t Blwon of Kenosha, \\"i8.ftre, registeredat City Point last Friday. The trip will be given by the officers of the
benefitted )Ir. Norwood's health
the Grand View I lat Saturday on great association. Session will. commence on
their way to Georgiana.The Friday at 11 a. m. S. F. GOVE. THE
owned the -Archdeacon S. B. Carpenter paid our
little steamer Titusville. Nov 12, 1889.
Florida Canning Company, laid up just town a short visit on Thursday last, returning .

north of Simouson's boat shop is being to Jacksonville on the followingmorning's Minis. s'. P. TD-RNEIL, Propr1.e"tor.
service thi winter. .train. He was the guest of
painted readvfor Mrs. Glover left for her home in
Rev. A. F. Mary'
'B 'Bunnell. and Sharpe.J. -- ------ --- --- --"""
k -M. ,
Jacksonville last week-Mr.: Brit Mims .
is to take contracts A. Durst, of Crescent City the
plasterer, prepared
pioneer well-sinker of the State of Florida i* very busy shipping oranges-Miss Susie
anywhere on Indian River. Address GEORGE M. ROBBIXS, WALTER S. GRAHAM.1. 1. ROLLINS,
all communicationsto'Titusville, Florida ,is now operating Lake Worth, Fla., Brown has been spending a few daysin Atty.-at-Law. Att.-at-Law. Notary Public.
where all communications may be..Addressed Titusville-In a recent game of baseball
: H. and Mr. Orms-
-apt. Q. Hawley and information received. our home club defeated the Titus Robbins Graham: : d.3 :JJ.olliTlS,
week for
started down the river last
-Titusville boasts of Chinamanwho ville Juniors-Dr. and Mrs. McCormickare
working the insurance now a REAL ESTATE DEALERS
a ten days trip up ,
expected this week. We shall beglad
here to do the washeewasheeact.
Hawley intends to accept comes SOLD k EXCIIAXG'KD.Members .
to them Mr. and Mrs.
{ the for this section. No more need of sending off your see again- '
*-;.Our agency Chinese laundryman has returned launder work gentlemen. The China- Chamberlain, with Mr. and Mrs. Wake- of Brevard Abstract of Title Co.,
mann beat them all. field and little Bernice Strahan, have returned -. '
to Jacksonville for two weeks, P. O. Box, 250, .
-Doctor A. B. Cohen, of Sanford, will home, accompanied by Mrs. C.'s
he will return and for business -
wheji in the little'building open adjoining up Mrs. preach at La Grange Sunday, the 17th nephew. They were heartily welcomed TITUS {ILLE, REV AltD CO., FLORIDA.

% Deisner's bakery near the railroad sta. inst., morning and evening. The Doc- by all-The M. I. Society hold their first -US'.

4 tion. tor is an Israelite by birth, but a convertto regular meeting Saturday evening, Nov We Buy and Sell all kinds of .Real Estate and are sole Agents for a large lit of
? the Christian religion, and has been a 16th. A short programme has been ar .
Commencing next week we will carefully-selected Properties in all parts of Brevard County.RELIABLE
publish the STAB: on Thursday instead of Baptist preacher many years. ranged. All are invited.. Information furnished' as to character, location and value of any Property
Wednesday. The daily mail to Lake Captain Paddison returned from on Indian River.
Worth which will soon go1' into effect, Jacksonville Saturday, where he went to The lest Steamer ccoJuac. Our facilities for the transaction of a general Real Estate hnsinc are unequalled,

will do away with the slight delay secure space for the Brevard exhibit, The staunch steamer Accomac, from and every effort will be made to give perfect satisfaction to intending Purchasers who

that is occasioned by the present schedule.Mr. and started down the river Sunday after- i New York, intended for the route be- may favor us with their patronage.No .
L. R. Decker returned, last noon on the steamer Georgiana for Cocoato tween New Smyrna and Jacksonville, Properties listed unless the Title is Perfect. .
week, from Jacksonville, where,he spent superintend wharf-building. arrived at the last mentioned port Monday Special attention given to Colonies and Syndicates desiring large bodies of low-

: .a few days fur medical treatment, on account -Col. L. D. McCarley, of Auburn, of last week. It is intended that she priceif lands. \\'rite for Descriptive Pamphlet.

\ of slight: injuries received about Kentucky, arrived in town last Friday, will make semi-weekly trips, and connect
the neck while superintending the erec- bringing with him two young men from with steamers running inland at New GEORGE M. ROBBINS, President. WALTER S. GRAHAM. Secretary

tion of a building some months ago. the above-mentioned State, who will aid Smyrna for various points on the Hali- jBro-r *,arc3L Abstract of Title: Oo.,
d -Th postoffice department has granted him in improving his place at Sebastian. fax and Indian rivers. She is well fitted
P r s a daily mail service on route 16135, They started down the river Saturday.Mr. up for the accommodation of passengersand Incorporated A. D. 1889.

Jupiter to HvPluxo, from Lake Worth Wetmore, of Palatka, formerly also to meet the demands of freight. CAPITAL, STOCK, $5,000 ; FULLY PAID ; XOX-ASSESSADLEU
Palm with the J., T. & K. W. Ry., talks seriously -
Beach, a distance of Messrs. Samuel Kopp and Weinham-
postoffice to
: each ad-
and ()
Charges for Abstracts as follows: $3.00 for Opening Number c.
and half miles, commencing De- of starting an ice factory at this mer of New York are the and
two a owners the the vix $3.00
dditional Transfer. For continuing an Abstract charges are same, .
cember 1st and continuing until.the 31st place. The location he prefers is just a Captain Fulford will have charge of her, for the first additional and 50c. for each succeeding transfer. .
of March next. west of town, where no doubt the and he is a man thoroughly acquaintedwith
-Mr. F. B. Sackett has purchased the water is. the best in this entire section. the route she intends to run. The Taxes Paid for Non-ResIdents..

fine little 25-foot steam-lauiich owned by -Engineer Fitzgerald completed the steamer started Tuesday, the day follow tl T* For a Small Fee we will relieve non-resident land owners of the worry aDd
1 Capt. R.: A. Hardee and a* soon as some work on the windmill near the railway ing for New Smyrna, arriving there 5 annoyance incident to the Payment of Taxes, and Insure them against loss by Tax
repair"work is done on her by Mr. F. E. station last Friday. It was erected for o'clock'Vedne&1ay afternoon, where she Sale. 12

Joyuer, at Cocoa, expects to hare her the purpose of pumping fresh water was welcomed by the firing of cannon, Box 25O Titusville, Fla.DEALEE 4
here at the disposal of his winter flu es ts. through a pipe extending to the end of cheering 'and other demonstrations of

The boat is a pretty model, built by the railroad wharf to supply the steamers.Mr. great joy.The .
Messrs. Joyneroc Booth for parties in Eugene Brainerd, of Eau Gallic, New Smyrna Breeze says: "It is E. L. BR.AD Y ,
New York originally, but purchasedby i a deputy United States marshal, has been uncertain just when she will make her

Captain Hardee for hU son, who is confined to Key West for over a weekon first trip. A great measure of credit is IN GENERAL MEECHANDISE

now attending school at- Lake City and account of the quarantine restrictions, due to Mr. R. S. Nelson for the efforts he ...

does not need the yacht which have been delayed until this week. has made in getting a steamer here to TITUSY ILLS, FLORIDA,

<* -Hon.,Wilkinson Call U. S. Senator, Dr. Porter expected to raise them Mon run upon this route, and now it remainsto Calls the attention of the people of Indian River to the Large and Complete Stockof
and Mr. J. E. Alexander arrived here day.We be seen whether'our other citizens will .
last night, and in company with a few had a chance to "shake" with do their share towards sustaining it.
j *of our citizens, made, a trip down the Messrs. Bergen. and Altree, of the steamer Next week we will give a more extended FANCY C$3 SP FlljIES G-3E1.OO3E33=LXCMI

river to-day on the steamer St. Lucie, Georgiana, Saturday evening. They account of the steamer and its pros- GARDEN SEEDS AND SEED POTATOESMade
i returning this evening, when Senator only get a little glimpse'of the county pects." a Specialty.

Call) will deliver a speech at the CourtHouse town once a week, and their duties keep Cotton Seed Meal always in stock; and being Agent for the Mapea and other
If' in regard to the charges brought them occupied most of the few hours Note of TliauKs. and
brands of Fertilizers] can deliver same direct from the Manufacturers Agency,
,. against himbv certain political opponents they are here. Mr. E. H. Scott and wife their at their price. We also call the attention of the public to our NEW 0 DEPARTMENT
r Miss N. P. Ellison return
of his in this., ate. Eceryoneshou d to a regular winter
go sincere thanks and which is well stocked in Men'sVomen's and Children's. Shoes. Our
hear him, and no doubt many from down visitor: to Indian River, returned to City public in general of the gratitude town of Titus to the stock of GRAIN, HAY & FEED, of all kinds, is the largest in this section.
the river will also be Point last Saturday, where she will stayat
present.Quite ville for their attention Your orders are solicited] and any correspondence or quotation will be promptly -
k a large number of persons attended the Rocky Point House. Miss Ellison generous care, attended to 26
the oyster supper atthe Presby- spent the summer at Highlands, N. C., and watchfulness in supplying and caring -

a teriah Church last night, where they which ,is rapidly gaining a wide reputation for their every want during the long
were regaled with oysters, ice-cream and as one of the most pleasant summer and severe illness of Mr. E. H. Scott. HAVING BOUGHT THE 'INDIAN

cake. Mesdames Paddison, Foy, Miller, resorts in that State. Especially do they remember with heart-
Weaver, and a number of lady and -Mrs. II. E. Titus has had a portionof felt gratitude and return thanks accord- THE BEST WATCH IN THE WORLD RIVER BAKERYWe

1 gentlemen assistants were as busy a* the building joined to that used as the ingly to Dr. Wilson, Messrs. Dixon & will Hand
Keep on Every Bay
Trojan serving out the good thing, Indian River Bank turned around facing Gray, and Dr. Screven, for their generous FOR THE MONEY !
aid and
Washington avenue and the will assistance, for the medical
which our popular steamboat captains- same
be'ceiled! the inside and skill of the doctors, and the and FRESH BREAD CAKES PIES
on calsomined prompt
as well as all the ample justice -
to. Mr.Paddison and 3I\rs. Foy looked overhead for use as a store. Mr. Henry ready supply of all necessary'me icines '-ONLY S20J5!!!! ,

rather tired, and we have no doubt they Titus will open up a stock of goods thereas required during my illness. ETC. ALSO
F missed the genial, countenance of Mrs. soon as the work is completed. Mr. In particular do I personally rememberand I

Geo. B. who absent E. T. Redding has charge of the work. return my most sincere gratitude to
Rumph, was through Bottlers of Sodawater
{ ;;;; ;; ;; Ginger
the illness of her son. Miss Lena Nor Messrs. Robbins and Rollins visited the Masonic fraternity for their unsel- .y. ,

t' wood acted as cashier, and we learn the City Point last Saturday, looking up,and fish kindness, and many sacrifices they For a 14K. Gold
listing real estate which is desirable for have made in my behalf, they fully
proceeds amounted to between $30 and Filled, Open Face, Ale and other Drinks.
$M. expected investors coming to Indian obeying the Divine maxim : "Let not 14.K ,
thy right hand know what thy left doeth..' Stem Wind, Screw I
The County Court adjourned yesterday River this winter. Most property ownerson ritlm
afternoon after trying;only two cases, Indian River have more land than Brethren, in our poverty, sorrows and Back and front CAM ALL ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT

that of Wilson \Walton for assault I they can successfully cultivate, and it distresses, "weeping may endure for a with anEICIN '
and Walton vs. Wilson for the same offense i would seem to be to-their interest to dish night ; but joy cometh unto all in the ATTENTION

Both these parties are colored. pose of, at a fair valuation, that portion morning," and then let joy be yours and OR WALTHAM S. A. BELCHER & COMPANY?
I IJ Walton was acquitted while Wilson was which they do not need for actual cultivation with you all. movement.

convicted and sentenced to pay a $5 fine thus admitting new settlers and Bro. S. H. Ray made many sacrifices,
J* and costs. The case of the State vs. Win. the rapid advancement of the country and did much toward my comfort, then warranted by PROPRIETORS. ,

Jarvis, Henry T. Pendleton and J. T. by more society and better schools.A unto all I return thanks, and trust that makenror217ean.WATCHES .
Gray were continue
term. The clerk of court informs us that showed that the beginning of a prosperous enabled to appreciate so much kindness, to any point of theconntrywherethere
his fees for this term amount to about winter season was already felt to a while we respectfully) remain.

thirty cents; the county solicitor, aside certain extent. Messrs. Hatch & Son Yours truly, etc., i
*an Express
prom his salary receives $5 for, one con- have in their well-regulated store of E. H. SCOTT AND 'V I FE. JACKSONVILLE MARBLE IL1)eaien
viction. This merchandise that is C. O. D.subject to
is huge, business: for the nearly everything ,
I CoUnty Court which was expected to do needed in this country, and also a fine For Sale.A Inspection before I u:

so much of the Circuit Court business.! private office to receive their friends in. one horse wagon and one dumpcartboth pnrchasingwhenorder hfouttntenis.Jleadutete.

Marriage. As stated in a previous Mrs. Capt. Sharpe has improved the new. Will be sold at a very low is accompanied -

number of the STAR, the wedding that Rocky Point House so that it is hardly rate. H. C. CARTER, Blacksmith, loca- by COc. to pay .

was to take place between Mr. L. C. recognizable. She has many of her tion near water tank, Titusville, Fla. Express .1Jvn.I'eactat.
Moore and 'Miss Caroline Frances Goode, rooms spoken for already, but Mrs. 274t. U' charges.
daughter of our well-known friends, Mr. Sharpe is the landlady who always has iiiiiiiiiiiiWrite 11 I Lan Fnralrfutele. J

and ,Mrs. John Goode, of Melbourne, room for several more. She will be able Second-Hand Th tbevt eat.b..*fctrw bcekod ] .' ,1
i took place on Wednesday evening the to accommodate as many as forty this Buck-Board, fr @t.ertw.toset>fee. -' t

23rd ult.,at St. Paul's Episcopal Church, season, and with the natural beauty of In,good state of repair, for Sale, Cheap. for an Hlostrated Granite Sla w.. 'j,.
t Kenwood, 111., Rev. C. H. Bixby officiat- the place, it is hard to find a more desir- Catalogue. Only.DuUding j
ing. The ceremonies occurred at 7:30, able location to spend the winter. Apply to

but long before that hour every seat in -Rev. ,J. N. Mulford and wife; Mr.Wm. S. H. h AY. TittUTille. Fla. 2mo WM. H. SPECK JEWELER ______t 4 8IoMt 1

the church was filled The church was Cluett, Mrs. Mulford's father, whois a Win-.adDI. ;

& beautifully decorated with hot-house 83 years' of age ; Miss Mary C. Cluett, NOTICE. Cor. Lemon and Front Slaw Slate 1tnttls, -

plants and cut.flowers. The bride walkedup I and Master Sanford Cluett, all of Troy, TitnsYille > I Iron 2LI t, CommerMal
the centre isle alone preceded by N. Y., arrived at the Indian River Hotelon Institute, PALATKA, FLORIDA. .'. O. -

four ushers and followed,by one maid of Wednesday eveniag last, and left for Will Open for active work Monday, ---- .i"
honor and
bridesmaids. The
five Melbourne next on their to
way the 2nd day of December. All Students
p:1rtyVaS met at the chancel rail by the Lake Worth Mr.
Mulford viewed St. A'1
desiring to enter this, the 1st Class will
.' groom, rector,, etc. As soon as the Gabriel's church, the memorial windowsand notify the Principal at once. Terms, as O. J. SECTOR,

services were.. ove;the bridal party pro- the rectory, the evening of his arrival follows:
ceeded to the house of the bride's parents and was very pleased with all he
Full Commercial Coarse of Book- !'f'ping. Hardware and
where the reception was held and supper saw. He thought considerable creditwas etc., including Penmanship and .
mrtaken of by about 100 guests. The due to those who placed such beautiful .Mathematics- $30 00 .
i app'rnu Ie-whn were the recipients of ,windows in the church to the memory Books,ripe;'pens- ,ink,etc. for tame 8 50Pexuntnsldp.

nearly$2,000 worth-of pre-ents.startedon of relatives who have: departed to that'' 3Uth .matic8rper. complete month course, ,3 5 00 00 -.kGenerltf. : Produce ,And an kinds pfTatoByHwtts. Wire Xt.sot
a thirty days wedding ;trip to the City ,bourne from whenCo traveler returns.We Payment tabs made,eaab one--halfdo1rDfor any : *# --- is fact ytWng made C Wire, Iron,or say load a
of 1Iexi ). The STAR wishes; them a learn that Mrs. Boardman in her branch .Money.for text books, copy books, etc.; otncg.
wb)nralt JFor,fart particulars apply to Send for GOakxrn st the sand Uma. ttotbur&*
life ,ci
louc; baPPiness..knd prosperity, usual,spirit of magnanimity,has present- *' E.' H. SCOTT Titusville Fla. t'f r .< MERCHANT.J: .' style otgoods you are biased ot M w.hue ***
and hope goon to see. them on Indian ed Episcopal church,.at:Lake Worth, : Y a+ ,. ent Catalogs in .tM dtfforaat branches. of f** ""
Biyer < vt,..,, k ,. Mr Scott will canvas a.,County between this .I I'j... ;:JP/ barheuSg = "
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