The Florida star
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075901/00115
 Material Information
Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: September 6, 1888
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
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System ID: UF00075901:00115
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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d.... County Convention.The people, are unqualifiedly in favor of the j Canaveral. of Titusville and there they tarried for a daughter who were gladly welcomed, also -

r I Convention was called to order principle of a railroad commission. Canaveral attests its interests in county night, and in the morning they embarked the maiden Launie whose name is Har-
r 9nd. We endorse the efforts to induce rison, did spend the day here, and all
fully conventions the Titusville in boat and did
by D. L. Gaulden, I by attending a journey over great waters -
afternoon were glad who beheld the light of her ;
yesterday! immigration and would recommendthat I convention en masse this week. unto the far country of City Point counternance.
of the Co. Executive
, E q., Chairman aid to the SubTropical3rd. and there took their abode for the of the week did
..., Prof. Hoxie left us, per mail boat, on they up a Upon same day
at the Court House in pur- We believe the establishment of a the wife of Josiah the Camancheite took
f Committee) Monday for places on the lower river. season, and from there do they again set
State Board of Health with liberal State her and unto the
but grandchild journeyed
ft who made a brief vigorous -
call, sail and land at
great seas, an
pjanceof We bespeak for him a kindly reception upon
t. aid to be a paramount necessity of the house of our Robert whose sirname is
. speech for harmony and good De- State. as he is one from whom much information island which is by name Merritt, where Carlisle. And Annie his wife did salute

. mocracy. Mr. A. Brady, was elected 4th. The lands reserved in our county may be obtained.We they will tarry for a time. her and bid her welcome, and she tarried ,
And behold when it was made known to there until the evening.
L (airman pro. tem. and E. B. Wager, and in other parts of the State are an injury learn from reliable sources that a And it came to pass in the ninth
Rebecca the daughter of Britton whose
Ls tem. to the people by preventing the occupancy purchaser has come forward for the month and second day thereof, that the
jecretarypro. sirname is Minis that Katherine and her
of said lands by actual settlers, the pea Burnham Grove. With care and atten- morning of the day, which was the t
following resolution was intro- i mother did journey southward that she Sabbath fair and beautiful and ,
, The demand was ,
; ple that these lands be restored to tion the famous gro\"e'will give a hand
S. Jones Esq. and adopted. did speak and say-Lo? these days certain of the people did say among them-
M. many
them for the
. duced by use actual settlers, by any some return, and we shall welcome a have I desired selves-Let us go unto the house of the
to journey unto that dis-
legitimate means. purchaser for the same. Lord, that we may worship. And they
,. 5th. While in tant country, therefore I too will go with the land of and
Whereas there is no existing party authority we are strongly favor of Large schools of Tarpon came journeyed unto LaGrange,
public schools, we condemn the lack of system up thee and tarry for a short time at did worship there. And in the after-
. to convene a Senatorial Convention Banana river last Saturday, and both on of the the of
. and supervision of our country schools. City Point, and then continue my journey noon same day, people
the river and in the this king of Mims both and small did
district and whereas the ocean great gather
in this 6th. We of the Southern portion of the even unto Brantley, and she made
to their of that
fish has been remarkably plentiful. gether at place worship,
l Democrats of Dade and Brevard Coun- State cannot have roads and keep them in haste and journeyed with them. Now they might study the word of the Lord

ties have,at the suggestion of the Chairman repair except by a road' tax, and we demand Eau Gallic Items. therefore two of the fair maidens of and it was profitable unto them, and

;1 such a law under the Local Option Mims are gone from among this people, some came also from the land of LaGrange,
- the County Democratic Committee Orange and other fruit trees are suffer-
of and they did for a time after the
and lo! the
feature of the Constitution.7th. young men from distant coun-
Brevard County have assembled to ing for the want of rain in and aboutour service, and lot! as they returned unto
of We demand the repeal of the scalp settlement. tries, turn their eyes no more in this direction their own land, that the flood-gates of

nominate a candidate for the Senate for law so far as it relates to wild cats. and the rumbling of their chariof heaven were opened and the rain descen-

erI 13th Senatorial district : 8th. We are strongly in favor of the Capt. Adams is building a new housein wheels is not heard, neither are many ded upon them and they made haste to

? Therefore be it resolved that we the Local Option law: under Article XIX and his grove at the south entrance of the horsemen seen on our streets. And the seek shelter. Thus endeth the first chapter -
of the chronicles of Mims.
I't representatives of Democrats of Brevard would recommend any further legislationthat Eau Gallie river. morning after the departure of the maiden -

ld and Dade Counties do organize a Senato- may be necessary to carry out its pur- Mr. Allan Campbell, on his fine horse and her mother behold workmen did Lake Worth.

Convention for the purpose statedin poses. "Jack," was calling upon friends in go unto their house and did make it fast Warm

- this preamble.The It is with a deep sense of satisfaction that Eau Gallie on Sunday'last. with great props, lest peradventure with I ;

Chairman then appointed a committee we find ourselves harmoniously united with Miss Florrie Hodgson had an attack of the great weight being gone, of the in- Up to 94.

of ten on credentials, who after the Democrats of Dade in a Senatorial Con- derangement of the liver but under Dr. habitants thereof, in might, by some of But a good breeze.A .
vention. We endorse both the
in hour reported as follows: heartily Fee's care was soon about again as the strong winds, which sometimes prevail little more rain would do no harm.
National of the Democratic
Barker's Bluff One vote, byT. J. De- platform par- usual. in the land, be removed from its Mr. P. Lennon arrived home from :Miami -
ty and that of the State Democratic party.A. .
Stenben. Yellow will of foundation for want of ballast. Aug. 24th.
BRADY, Chairman. fever scare cause some on
City Point-three votes, by R. A. MIXOR S. JONES, Secertary. our winter visitors to be late in making And behold, in the eight month, and The Democratic convention at Miami,

. Hirdee W. H. Sharpe, A. Z. Dixon. their this twenty-sixth day thereof, in the eveningeven
J- These resolutions. were adopted the appearance season, judging on Aug. 21st, put a full ticket in the
Canaveral-One vote by G. M. Quar- ; from recent letters received.We after the going down of the sun, the
two-third rule decided on and nominations descendants
of Ham did gather them- field.Messrs.
terman. being in order, T. J. Cockshutt learn that the proposed new roadis Burke, Hart and County Com-
Goa.to Eau Gallic-Three votes, by P. A. Mc- selves together unto their place of wor-
nominated Capt. W. H. Sharpe whichwas to be let by contract. No doubt the missioner Field came up from Miami on '.
Mfllian, R. C. Creech,and John Houston. ship, which is in the land of Mims, and
seconded M. S. Jones in County Commissioners will now accept 23rd.
by Esq., Aug.
Eden-One vote, by Thos. J. DeSteu- they did tarry there until a late hour of
ben. a neat and effective manner. :Mr. J. W. the most practicable and cheapest route. the night worshiping and singing with a The father of Assistant Keeper Agee,

Ewan was nominated by Mr. Thos. A. Capt. Treutler's steamer, the Maggie, of made here
Fort Drum-Two votes, by Thos. J. loud voice, and many passers by did stopto Jupiter, a flying trip
- DeSteuben.Fort> Jones and seconded by Mr.T. J. DeSten- has been hauled out for repairs. She listen to the sounds thereof. 29th until Sept. 1st.

Pierce-Two votes, by \Y. W. ben. will be run in connection with Mrs. And it came to pass that the scribe did It is rumored that one of the oldest

Beecher. FIRST BALLOT. Treutler's new hotel on the Eau Gallie wander forth among the people, and as families resident on the lake will leave

Georgiana-One vote, by Chas. Magru- Sharpe 17, Ewan 21, scattering and river. he came nigh unto the house of our Har- for Washington Territory in the spring.Is .

*r. blank. Mr. J. O. Walton new residerlce is ry, whose sirname is Roberts, he hear- Dade county going to appoint a

Haulover-Two votes, by E. C. Sum- SECOND BALLOT. about complete. Mr. and Sirs. Walton eth the voice of singing and mirth, and I commissioner to the Sub-Tropical ? This

merlin. W. H. M. Fairbanks. Sharpe 19, Ewan 20, scattering 7. entertained a few friends during an even- did pause to listen, for the sound was is something for our progressive citizens"to

LaGrange-Four votes, by T. J. Cock- THIRD BALLOT. ing of the past week, and a very pleasanttime pleasant unto his ear, and lo? the daughters act on at once.

j' Sharpe 19, Ewan 18, scattering 8. was spent. of the good man of the house and
shutt, A. Brady, G. B. Gardner, and A. The hurricane made the mail one day

3 J. Carter. Convention adjourned to two o'clock Mr. Win. Roesch is suffering:! from an his son, even his only son, were making late, but no trips were lost. Since the .

j Merritt's Island-Two votes, by J. R. p.m. injured foot. We hope to see him about merry over gathering in of the fuit of new schedule went into effect we hear no

3 fiat, )L S. Sams.MalabarOne -Up to six o'clock this evening no report again as usual shortly. The work on the vine which was very abundant goodly fault found with the present service.

:> vote, by E. B. Arnold. has been received from the conven- the new church and school is slower to look upon and luscious to the taste

::> Melbourne-One vote. by D. "". :\IcQu&ig. tion announcing a nomination. Some since his confinement. and the scribe was loth to turn frome Married, Aug. 25th, at Hotel Oak-

:> this pleasant scene. And as he contin- lawn, by notary public, Allen E. Heyser,
:)' think the nominee will be a dark horse. The new steamer Kathleen ran a trip Mr. Ross K. Brown to :Miss Anna L.
:::1\ Narrows-One vote, by H. B. Archibald and ued his wanderings: he cometh unto a
from Melbourne
Adjourned until 8 o'clock to-night. Tropic to return on Kells, neice of :Mrs. V. O. Spencer, all of
goodly building and
nearing completion,
Saturday last, Capt. Harry Hodgson in
&ckledge-Fi\"e votes, by C. B. Maputo he speaketh unto the workmen there and this place.
Point. command. These trips will be a great
West City
A. W. Hardee, J. F. Wooten, convenience to the people of Tropic who saith-Lo! what is this building which Assistant Keeper D. A. Allen, of Ju'piter -

T.K.Dixon, B. S. Bryan. Editor of the Florida Star: may have shopping to do in Eau Gallic : thou rearest in such haste, that towereth came down Aug. 2Gth, and after

Titusville-Five votes, by R. Morrow, As your STAR shines bright in all our or Melbourne. skyward, and what is its use thereof ? setting out a couple of thousand pine

8 K.Wilson, F. H. Boye, M. S. Jones, United States, we desire a space in your And the workmen answered and said- slips on his west side place returned to
H. 11,. Olmstead has had all the piles
1tdE. B. Wager. already crowded columns to state to Art thou then a stranger in the land of Jupiter Aug. 30th.

\ Otter Creek-One vote, by W. H. Florida home-hunters that there is yet driven to make a good substantial land- Mims, that thou knowest not these things, :Mr. J. A. Harp, of this place was mar-
ing for the mail steamer. The rest of
SUrpe. room for a vast number of good homes. behold this house is a house of merchandise ried to Miss Viola Bloodsworth, of Tav-
the wharf will be with
proceeded as soon
DADE COUNTY.Pat. What we term good home is a place and the man William whose sir- ares, at the latter place, July 16th. Mr.

.J, Lennon J. A. Sharpe, Ed. Pent, where you can settle without paying out out as'possible and put, and into more position timber at the is being entranceof got name is Hendry, is the owner thereof, Harp is again here, but will not bringhis

onsnt J.W. all you have for land to start with; can and the time is nearly at hand, when he bride down until fall
: Burke, Ab. Wilson,Thos.A.Jones. the Eau Gallie river.
make all kinds of marketable vegetables, cometh to sell unto the people therefore
;:R''" Fed Bostick, Peter Larson, and J. A. Sunday School services are held regu-
ren. IcCrorr.-l0 votes. sugar cane,potatoes, corn, raise chickens; The Baptist Church and School is we hasten,that the house may be ready and larly as yet, and will, probably, be con- ,

We agree to receive the votes to have good land for orange groves and being ceiled throughout with Georgia in order for his coming. And the scribe tinued throughout the season. As it is

>toted as instructed and proxy in other, healthy location. We have reasonable pine, and will be in order for service on continued his journey across the people'sgreat too far for the children at the foot of the

... tae, no I transportation ; are in a school district ; Sunday next, when the Rev. S. F. highway, even unto the other side I lake to come, they, also, have organizeda

W. H. SHARPE Chairman. and have a church. These combined Gove will conduct the services, at whichall And behold another house of merchandise Sunday school down at Hypoluxo.The .

T with hard-working men constitute our are cordially invited to attend. within a maiden fair to look upon, who
: -1. COCKSHUTT., schooners :Mary B. and Emily B.
secretary.The home place here on the borders of the St. Church open at 10:30 a. m. attendeth unto the wants of the people.
with full arrived here from
report was accepted and adopted. Johns prairies, In and around our little TRUTH. and many came for she did give a just cargoes
the 26th of
Permanent Jacksonville on Aug. They
-- organization was made by settlements can be found a plenty of and a true balance, and the scribe observed -
:sting Dr. B. R. Wilson permanent for settlers and it has 311ms Chronicles. were held at quarantine and cargoes fumigated -
such land open all these things and communedwith
!S Erman and not unloaded until
and Aug.
i The E. B. Wager secretary. only been about two years ago that this Chapter 1st. And it came to pass in himself and saith-"Surely the
30th-20 days from leaving Jacksonville.
forehim Chairman stated! that he saw be place was started=now you can see good the eighth month that a maiden of this Prophet who hath lately arisen in this

men of intelligence-men who hammock land cleared, and orange trees country did speak unto her mother land and prophesieth a famine,because of Mr. J. T. Ernest came down' from
touId take matters in their own hands. looking and thrifty. We only Jacksonville Aug. 26th on the Mary B.
tIe green anid said-So the summer is passed and the pestilence in the far city of the north
hoped the work of the convention write this article with the hope that it and was quarantined and fumigatedwith
hath not been here and bath not
d into autumn draweth nigh. Let us take our seen
it* nominations may be the means of bringing our the rest of the He will
would be well ,
r, ed. re- neighborhood many of those who desirea journey unto a far country and visit our the many goodly and wholesome things
per d He recognized the important home on Indian River; to their knowl- kinfolks, and the mother of this maiden which our eyes do this day behold. probably, remain some time with his

:Evolving on the convention and edge that City Point and vicinity is not answered and said-"Yea, verily we will And it came to pass that when the family thi trip, and will spend his time .
: them half settled and that we are anxiousfor in side homestead.
to improving west
perform them with wis- yet
go. And on the evening of the same day scribe did come nigh unto the, house of
"',prudence more to come and join us.
-"' 'ut fcrand and discretion, and with- We need not say anything here in reference the maiden goeth unto a friend and saith"Behold one Josiah, a Camancheite whose sir- Assistant Keeper Allen, when on his

.L asked the aid.of all the to east City Point,for it is already I and my mother are about to name is Chamberlin, that he was wearyan last trip here from Jupiter, bought Postmaster -

is I ; Brtes in the quick and orderly dis- known to be one of the leading settle- separate ourselves from among this people hungered and Abigail the wife of Jos- Gales' small skiff. Mr. Allen

1 r business, which was now in or- ments of Indian River in orange and vegetable for a time and I have brought unto iah did bake a cake and tout oil thereon says the walk from Jupiter to the headof
culture. But come down here and .
.After drive your stakes-go- to workand, you you the parchment whereon 1- do write and gave it unto the serbe to eat, and he the lake is enough for him-he prefers

and' /t.;,;:., some discussion convention adrned will soon have a home to live in. We the doings of this my people, and when did eat, and was satisfied. to row the rest of the way, as it is easier

until eight this morning. hope in the near future to see this section I written, do send it unto the great man Now it appeareth that the fame of and quicker than walking, and it is quitea
all cleared and cultivated. We distance from the head of the lake to
J. THURSDAY. also hope to see up those who first settle in the city of Titusville, who printeth it, this fair hand hath gone afar and manydo the neighborhood of his girl's house.

f::.\ n.TeD.tion called to order and the here retain their homes and not sell themto that all the tribes of the people may readat send Epistles inquiring the way and P. S. The skin is just big enough for

**. it ran appointed a committee of some rich northern man, who will on- will. And now do thou write even as asking much concerning it. And lo?one two.
J>. .f'f 40p resolutions who follows ly remain here a few months in the year, I have done, and the friend saith unto even from the far country of Georgia, Messrs. J. A. McCrory;Ned. Pent and

) te reported as : neither do we wish to see lands purchased her-"Am I, even I, to become a scribe ? and whose name is Lindsey, hath this Fred. Bostick, of Miami, arrived here on
10Urconunittee on Resolutions would and held for speculation. We want 24th and with Messrs. P.
: Aug. together
;; And the maiden answered and said week possessed herself of a goodly portionof .
1: ,, :' ully submit this as our report : I to boast a little on our West City Point Lennon, J. A. Harp, J. M. Burke, Ab.
": Zee believers in the Democratic priuthi518 lands and wish others to come and see "Yea. even thou." land even upwards of 4,800 rods thereof Wilder and T. A. Jones of Lake Worth, '

t e-' a that we have got something to boast of, And it came to pass in the eighth and cometh ere long, and hath also and John Roberta, of Kobe's Sound, left '

1I1 this 4re government of the peo- and also see that the Indian River front month and the twenty-ninth day of the sent dimensions other dwelling, which Jupiter August 29th, on :Mr. Peter Larsen's -
'd assume it to be our right land owners have not got all the land bound for Titusville .
h'to sloop, as representatives
: month that the maiden whose is willbereared ether
name coming.
'' express our opinion on the fol- that is worth having in our Indian River Andit.p.me.to from this county to the ,.
..i IIIC lnelSUres: Country. Yours respectfully.A. Katherine Taylor Hamilton, and her pass on the fifth day of the week that Democratic Senatorial Convention,which. ,

t With I J. CHANCY mother did take their the those who did this Titusville the 5th. ; ;<
: ...... a friendly spirit towards rail i journey upon among come among meets at on 'rSA1I. "':

d 1 t 4rhh a sense of obligation to the I August 27th, 1888. peoples great highway, even unto the city people, came Mrs. Gray and her grand- .


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Ancient Peoples of North America. don,-a mental drunk,from yW'S endto MALABAR CIGAR FACTORY. PIONEER COOPERAGE

The wealth and variety of the' materials year's end, and who are being worn out Y

of American history are but little crt such 'mental condition quite as rap- II. C. Starcli, Proprietor. Syrup Barrels 225.
If, when her eyes meet mine my eyes' are sealed idly
appreciated. The people who inhabited as the person who drinks too much of fine Havana-and Domestic Gauged to
By'the last twilight that shall ever fall. Manufacturer order, ten cents
the American continent before its discovery whisky. They go off prematurely.Their extra. i
With life and hope forever past recall. Cigars. Trade supplied with fine
And all their longing by death's love kiss healed were not all of one race, but of many.In demise is sometimes attributed to hand made goods. Orders promptly filled. Wheelwrighting and RepaIring.
Perhaps forgiveness like some lily fair.May a dispensation of providence. They
North America alone there were more at Malabar Fla. 28
bloom for him who sleeps so soundly there. than seventy-five distinct stocks, having have tempers they cannot control, or O. B. !

If, under shadows that could never cease, radically distinct languages and mythol- nerves which go into a twitter at the Honey barrels and Oval Water BreaW iI

I was at rest forevermore at rest- ogies, having independent and diverse least cause for excitement, or brains al- 5,000 Budded Trees For SaleAt from $2.00 up. iII

A simple wildwood flower on my breast institutions, and having diverse and ways on the run trying to think and do a
If placed there by her hand might send mepeace multifarious arts. At the north we have dozen things at once.-New York Star.A Low Prices. Tanksand i if
A violet cluster taking from the skies the igloo dwellers that live by the shoresof 60,000 in Nursery. all kinds of COOPER WOUK to order III

The summer depths of her sad violet eyes. the frozen seas; farther to the southwe young woman in Paris committed T.
have races occupying dwellings madeof suicide< by tilling her small bedroom with Apply to W. H. SHARPE, JOIIASOX i
If in the silence of that last long sleep LaGrange
She could but read the mystery and see forest timber; other races wove their flowers. City Point, Fla. : : Florid, c

That she alone was all life held for me, habitations of reeds; others built their I
The Aztecs Cortez's Time.
Mayhap,across her heart one pang would sweep towns of tho clay of mother earth; and GRAY. Opened the Season.JBSTA I
To think that even death could make no less others erected their buildings of stones The Aztecs cf the time of Cortez were S.F. man who is interested I
The soul's dim sense of utter loneliness. iu many respects a superior people. They in his own
quarried from the cliffs while still
; i I cultivated the ground. They had a king Watch Maker and Jeweller.Shop welfare will be pleaded to know tla. If
And if at last we wandering shall meet others hewed themselves habitations in
In heavenly fields of asphodel above the solid rock. Some dwelt in toweringand I and a form of government, laws, courts, at John M. Dixon.Drug Store,Titnsville Fla ANDREW GIBSON
Will the remembrance of our buried love almost inaccessible cliffs, while and tribunals:, immense and costly pub- I
Hake the white paths of Paradise less sweetIf lic buildings. Their king and the chief- ALL WORK WARRANTED. Keeps the finest oysters to be found in
other towns were erected the
in the byways of that far off land I among tains lived in all the glittering splendorof Tltiis 1t
and cinders of extinct volcanoes. IlIe.
Our journey's cross, by some lone stream,and crags
eastern monarchs. Their wealth in
we together stand Some races were hunters, other races I
I gold when the Spaniards first entered the N.A UM AN S AND SERVED IX STYLE: TO SUIT I'ATEOSs,
McGaffey, were fishermen, still other races were fS
country was almost fabulous. Their -O-
agriculturists. Some races worshipedthe
Dolls of Eastern Siberia. I sun and moon and stars, and the dresses were made dazzling with wrought Plain and Fancy Gate made to osier. t

Lieut. Hooper writing of the peopleon gads of the cardinal points; other races gold and beautifully colored feather work TIlE PIONEER AGEXCY. Italer' Bread altray on haml. t
the east coast of Siberia, says: "Few I made the mountains and the rivers the plumage of birds. They were worshipers Also fir&t-clax Barber r
of the and their address a hOlt attadwl
sun, practicesof For terms and ample copies t
countries are there where dolls are not a object of their principal worship; and all
superstition were most cruel and hor- Meals at all hours; from 5 a. m. to 11 I
great resource; the Tuski children have worshiped strange mythologic beasts. CHAS.H.XAUMAX p.a.
rible. Parties desirng to leave on
Every city of note contained a morning nutt i
theirs; make and clothe them with the Aft of the tribes were organized into boats and hacks will please note tbU.
minutest attention to details; every arti- bodies politic as bodies of kindred, but Teocallis, or tower of sacrifice. The Haulover P. 0., Brevard county, Fla. 1t

cle of dress is provided, and everythingput the method of organization was multi- towers at Cholula and Tenoclutlan each Ii
covered nearly an acre of ground, and THE SLOOP AGNES. i
on and off in the proper manner. farious. :Many tongues were spoken: ..6..E'TJS
several stories in On
The boys have miniature sledges, boats harsh consonantal and guttural languageswere were height. commanded by 1t
these the sacred tire
and bows and arrows; the Girls their found in the cold climate of the ex towers was CAPTAIN JOHN McLEAN

dolls, and also embroidery, which they treme north and south, vocalic and mu- ever kept burning. On an open battle- DELIONICO HOTEL Makes regular trips on Indian Kite" I
unenclosed the of
ment ,
or area on top I
early begin to practice as a pastime, sical languages were found in the sunny SHE CARRIES A FULL SU1TLT Or
and sOon become expert in."Youth's lands of the middle zones. Everywherethe each tower, in plain view of the whole I
Companion.New. tribes had learned to use picture city round about, stood the idols or gods, Groceries,Dry Goods t
and also the sacrificial stone. Scores of New Furnished Rooms, Good Table. I
writing, and to record events with pictures Canned d'oodn,
priests and executioner at certain sea- c
Kind of Gunpowder. of men and beasts and many con- of the assembled this Terms S2 Day.Special Hats Boots and Shoes
sons year on open per ,
ventional signs. They made tools and
At the Powder ofVet
Royal factory and the broad outside I
area, winding
teren, in Belgium, a new gunpowder is implements of stone and hone and shell stairways were crowded with thousandsof rates by the week or month. Ladies' Shoes In great variety ;l-rintuU I
and horn and wood. They made canoes new patterns at low prices.
being made. They call it poudre papier, I human victims awaiting their turn. 1
or paper powder; and it is said that a and boats of bark and logs, they made I These enormous sacrifices made it WM. JA11VIS, Prop'r. Readymade Clottini Toilet ArtMe 1r
rafts and basket boats of weeds and
of and half ,
charge on
? grammes for the remain 1
necessary Aztecs to at The Nearest House to Steamboat Landing.
made of skins and in such 1t
(thirty-nine grains) gives, in a rifle of they kayaks ; with tribes NOTIONS.
perpetual war neighboring ,
small caliber an initial velocity of 660 crafts they navigated the rivers, the
the taken in battle SO the cash ollly-ll 1
as prisoners suppliedthe
yards to the ball. This is equal to, if it lakes and the seas. The relics of all victims, and when they fell short of WM. H. SHARPE, Match 15,46 6m. ,

does not beat, the Lebel powder. The these mythologies, religions, institutions,
what needed for sacrifice the
was num-
additional advantages are attributed to it languages, and arts must be recovered, C. II. SCOTT, tt
ti t
ber lacking had to be drawn from their
of not smearing the barrel, of producingno if we are to preserve the ancient historyof own ranks. The manner of sacrifice was REAL ESTATE AGENTFOR KAvrintxHAIllDHESSING ,1 i
smoke, and of causing little recoil.- America; and the work must be done
horrible t
that hailed with
so war was a
New York Post. soon, or they will be lost.-Maj. J. W. SALOOX.
of relief and f
Powell. sense joy by every Aztec.
Torture of victims was not practiced by r
If want a clean and shave
.\ Younj: Doctor's Shrewdness. The Methods of the "Chlggjer.' I'' them, except as a sacred duty. They As you clean as harbor ever t'3.1 gave, ,

A young physician relates that, being When I was down on the Mosquitocoast did not have their war dances and gloat CITY POINT.Lands Just call on me at my saloon, I

called upon to attend a patient who, he in Central America I found the over sufferings at the stake as do the At morning, eve, or afternoon. i

j knew, would expect to see an elderly and country there an earthly paradise but for roving tribes of our own day.-New sold on long time with interest, or I'll cut and comb your hair with grace 1

dignified gentleman instead of a personof one thing. There were no snakes that I I I York Post. on the lease system, or for cash.. To snit the contour of your face; 1a 1

almost boyish appearance, he took saw, no tarantulas, no wasps, no poisonous i Panthers in California. To you I'll give a good shamjtoo,
with him an assistant, having given him enemy of man but one, and that one The art of which is known to few t
instructions always to address him as was the chigger. I think I know more Panthers are very abundant on the Mc- Lands cleared and planted, and cared for ,

"Doctor," and to act toward him in the about the chigger than other man in I Cloud river, and very destructive to if desired ; by contract or otherwise. My scissor's sharp, my razor's keen,
most deferential This .plan to win any stock, especially to pigs; and from the My hop i is a ways neat ami clean, It
way. America. One day I felt a slight pain in
Refer to E. M. Breese Detroit Mich. And everything I'm sure you'll find, .
his patient's trust and respect succeeded the second toe of foot. I experience we have had with them here, ;
my right thoughtit To suit the and
admirably, and was the means of in- was an ingrowing nail. The I should say that in this region at least Jno. C. Norwood, Titusville, Fla.; B. W. taste please the mind. ,
pain was
( creasing his field of practice.-New York at the right corner of the nail and I paid they jery seldom climb trees. They are and J. Stras,TazeweIl Court House, Va.; And now to all who patronize intend, i

, Sun. little attention to it. In a day or two perfectly well able to, but they can jump and A. Becker, Montreal, Canada, for Just come.along ami bring your frieni i I
whom I have made And I a-sure I will
I the toe had swelled to double its size into a tree so much quicker and easier groves.Important you 1
A Physician's Warning.A than it My very l best to sati fv.: mac
climb into that
and I became alarmed. I took all sorts they can they 1

physician thinks that a law shouldbe of medical advice, and finally I became very seldom if ever resort to climbing. I to All !
made to prohibit the use of galvan- convinced that I had accumulated a think they would consider it slow work. HOFFMAN'S The StralbulJ 1I

ized iron lemon squeezers. lie says that chigger.The The hunters hero assert very positively, For the 80ul1

every time a lemon is squeezed in one of chigger is an insect about as big as and stick to it, that panthers can jumpto t

these machines the acid of the lemon, the point of a pin, which works its way the limb of a tree twenty or thirty The most important crop in South Most productive large. of SEEDLING 1

coming in contact with the zinc, dissolves under the skin, usually near a toe nail. feet from the ground, anti as all the trees the best quality andUnequalled .

the same and forms a poisonoussalt. As soon as it finds a lodgment it lays a about here have limbs nearer the ground Florida is the Orange crop, and every I

Zinc is a metal which is easily attacked countless number of eggs, each of which than that, it is obvious that our panthers one should endeavor to secure a good for Market. I
by the weakest acids, and no turns which bores would have very little occasion to resortto I offer strong plants, in large and maU .aac* I

article o(food or drink should ever be farther out in and a new lays chigger more ,eggs, all in a the slow process of climbing. But in variety of orange in planting a grove. tie CATLKY, at reasonable GUAVAs prices.& and JAIMN lIED 1I 1i i

allowed to come in contact with it.- a few hours. Each of these new chiggers other parts of the country, where the To do this, and get such fruit as have LKK.S; all the finet nOs}:". In good twat'
Scientific American. the trees grow to a greater height without plant : forty varieties of mVAUF OBASGETKKES i
repeats family programme etc.
taken premiums at of State LEMONS LIKES,
lays thousands of eggs, so that if the branches, there is hardly a doubt, I many our Address,.; I

Symptoms of Insanity. sufferer is not very careful he can easily think, that panthers climb up the trunksof Fairs and at the New Orleans Exposition ARNOLD PVETZ I

Wife-Where were last night, lose foot the trees when necessity for it occurs. t
you a toe, a or even a leg, The t7.rldi
buy trees from C. B. Ma- Greenland, Naval County,
But then I that your
John multiplication of the chigger is something even fancy they jump t-m. t

Husband-At the theatre with a cus- almost incredible, and when it once has the first twenty feet or more up the trees. gruder & Son, Rockledge, Fla. 20tf I

tomer from the west. found a secure location the pain is like They must certainly be able to climb

Wife-What, in all that pouring rain? nothing except a continual spasm of trees whenever they want to, for their SANTA LUCIA II

Husband: -Certainly, what's a little toothache. It was three months before I claws and limbs are much stronger com- Passenger Department. 1

rain? could get the chigger out of foot and pared with the weight of their bodies 1
my Is located in that magnificent Tropioj! 1t
Wife You aro going to church with four months before I could wear a shoe. than is the case with our common house DeBARY & PEOPLE'S LINE Forest that lies between the Indian and .y 1.y

me this morning, aren't you? Talk about wasps, or spiders, or snakes! cat, which climbs trees easily enough.- St. Lucie Rivers. and Is laid on, V 1

Husband What, in all this rain? You I would readily back the chigger to do Forest and Stream. STEAMERS.City : streets sixty feet wide, Into three so* 1

must be crazy I-The Epoch. more real execution in a given time than blocks, and smaller lots, which will k

any other enemy which man has yet been How They Decided It. sold reasonably to actual settlers. y|

Fretting and Dyspepsia.We able to find in the whole line of animated There were once twelve Normans who region is wlnterless and frostiest, *

all recognize the loss of appetitethat nature.-Col. Pat Donan.A traveled together, not one of whom had in the land of the cocoanut andpineappGwhere I

follows anxiety or the sudden shockof ever seen the sea. One day they! carne all the Tropical Fruits floarbn- If IJ J

grief; but we are not sufficiently alive Race of Dwarfs. i to a field spread with bleaching linen and Address, with tamp, <<

to our own folly to trace the same inevitable One of the most striking things to be concluded it must be the blue water. ft.IXOKIDA.

connection between fretting and met with in the earlier pages of Emin Brothers," said they, "we must swim W. H. BAKER, Wail, Ml f

dyspepsia. Yet it is as certain that we Pasha's journal is a reference to a report across." Removing their garments and of Jacksonville, ** t

tax our digestions every time we sit downto which is brought to him between Lado making bundles of them, which they I,

eat after an attack of worry, as it and Dufile, on the Upper Nile, that a bore on their heads, they took hold of CAPTAIN W. A. SHAW. '-

would be if wo were forced to eat as race of dwarfs inhabit mountain caves each other's hands and commenced wad- Daily Jacksonville THE MUSIC HOUSE OF fLORID 'f

usual after a heavy sorrow.-Demorest's to the west of Beden. They were said ing through. First they counted their except Saturday. 1 1t

Monthly. to be only forty inches high, of a brown party. "You and I are one, Le and the H. B. Plant .I 1i 1E t

color and of great agility, to eat white other two, and so on," said they, but no II I i

Loss of Tour PenciL ants and roots, and to sboot with one could enumerate more than eleven CAPT. I. C. HALL, I

To prevent the loss of your pencil small arrows, which are poisoned very and this way. Thinking that one of their .A. B. CAMPBELL t

through having it slip from your pocket, very difficult to extract. The pigmieshe party had dropped out and would join Daily from Sanford except Sunday.

put a rubber band around one end. The< was inclined to regard as the remain- them later they crossed the sea of linen Jacksonville, Fla. ,E !

rubber clings to the lining of the pocket der of a dwarf population which ages and again proceeded to the enumeration. ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER. s

with tenacity enough to prevent the pen- ago spread itself over central Africa. They were still unable to find more than f .1.1t#

cil from falling or being jostled from the Four years later he himself comes eleven, though each one tried, "You andI Schedule May 29, 1887. "

pocket, yet not enough to make its in- some specimens of the Akka, a pigmy upon are one," etc. Finally one of them SOUTH. LANDD G8. Imam. nitstation tN;
tentional removal at all inconvenient. people, divided into numerous small said, "Brothers, I have it. We will take Leave. Arrive. I will Sell and Deliver at your

r The rubber also comes in handy some- tribes, who lead a nomadic life in the twelve clods of dirt, and each one stick 3:30 1:00 pm.p m JackRonvllle Tacol -. 6:30 Leave.am First-Class 'rl.r

times as an eraser.' -"C. L. B." in The Monbuttu country. One of these Akka his nose in his own clod. If there are 9:00 pm Palatb 12:30 am

Writer. "had a reddish, but rather dark skin twelve noses each clod will be used." 9 1:00:='0 p m Rolleston Welaka .. 110 p m PIANOS
pm. 10:10
Woodpeckers of California. (probably dirt), was very prognathous, This plan succeeded, and they found 12:00 m d t Georgetown 9:10 pm p m
themselves twelve in numbe.-F. S. Bas- 12:25 am Voluaia .
rather swag bellied but exceedingly 1:1.5 p m OR
Curious ,
those in
woodpeckers are Cab- 2Z0 am Astor 1:10
nimble. His height was 3 feet 0 inches. sett in GlobeDemocrat.The pmhl
fornia. They will dig out hundreds of: am DeLand Landing 5.00 P m
holes in the bark or a pine tree, as round His whole body was covered by thick Arrive.5:30 am. Blue Spring 4:15 p m OR.GANS
stiff hair, almost like felt which Argentine Republic's Progress.
and smooth as if bored by an and was 8:00 a m .
auger, Enterprise 2:30 p m .. .. n t
in every hole they will hammer an acorn, especially thick on the breast. A girl 14 The wonderful Argentine Republic is 9(1) a m Sanford,City Wharf 1:0 p m FOR LK8 MOSEY than any Other nr 1
big trod out and hammer it so tightly years of age measured 3 feet 7-8 inch in setting up to rival the United States, and 19:305m Sanford;8.F. R. & IU p m United States. I always ill f 1WU'ship a"Flue ''jr s
it height! These people are said to be very bids fair to succeed. During 1887' it be as represented. 1W OT U' yf/
you.can scarcely pull out.h) they COlClCECTIONi Tocoi with St. Johns Railroad any honest man or woman. WI1&
; boO
do this no one knows. The woodpeckerhas expert hunters, but also very vindictive built 5,000 miles of railroad, as one item at Palatka with Florida Southern Railway;at Rolles. satisfactory I will pay fretfiht cI ,It i 'end
not given his rea.sonsnnd man cannot so that the neighboring tribes are glad to of progress. Its immigration bids fair ton with Ft. John's and Halifax River Railroad; cash and $10 a mouth on a.PU till pakifor-' ...

find out. trentice Mulford in New York let them have all they want for main- this year to reach 200,000, or onethirdas at at Astor DeLand with l..andlngrlth St Johns and DeLand Lake Enstia and 81.Railway Johns; more$5 a month than ordinary on an Organ rent Oa thew.dL vtf1.,h...-

Star. tenance in return for skins and feathers, many as will land in our territory. Railroad; at Blue Spring with B. a, O. C. and A. terms anyone can own 1l f
ItFAueaUon the products of the chase, which they They have 3,000 public schools, with Railway; at Enterprise with A. C.. St. J. k I. R. FREE CATALOGUE Violins contahrrIIft, B's' GIdJ 9> 11
for Sheet Music,Strings, .
Railroad, Titusville; at Sanford with trains of
in America. prosecute with bows and alone. 230,000 pupils. The larger cities are even.. less
arrows the S. F. Railroad for Tampa; at Tampa with the cordeons, and in fut dII(or'-
Americans have the good.habit of going Chambers' Journal., lighted with electricity, and well sup- steamer MARGARET, of the Plant Steamship Line, that is made and at very low 20.: fJI
plied with and for Points on Tampa Bay and Manatee River; also plete Catalogues. I have Ott boob ., -
to college. It is said, as to the learned telephones telegraphs.
with the Plant Steamship Line steamships Music at 10 cents pn cor7. :. moola of c.
nations, that in this country one man in On a Mental Drunk. During last year 4.000 vessels entered OLIVETTE and MASCOTTE for Key West and Vocal atJO summa.1 Ia.do 000 a' t0cents. c fS .. t

every 200 takes a college ,education; in There is another kind of intemperance the ports. There is also a "surplus of Havana every Monday and Thursday, arriving at and In? o.abed maale >4 JOCtt'at"r
West piece
Key Tuesday and Friday, and Havana Wed Any
Germany one in every 213; in Englandone raging our midst which injures and the revenue. This will never do, for nesday and Saturday. Returning, leaves Havana to M ptr ceDt masse *s. WCatalogue. ela s." "
in every 500, and in Scotland one in eventually kills many people, who die ofrespectable the Argentiners will be appointing com- every Wednesday and Saturday. pieceieaeh. sheet
COO. The of intelligence missioners to look after our affairs due Fr i
every grade general though painful, diseases,, on C. HALE, JatLlIO 11e'
is higher in the United States "Vespectable beds. There are men and time, as we proposed in Garfield's day to General Passenger Agent,DeBary Line, A. B. Campbell, .1 n

than in any other country on he?globe. women whenever use alcoholic stimu- look after the welfare of South American W.II. DAVIDSON z. (Mention this pa,er.l

-f' +.iNtcm TTprald lants, who ar Qn AcertaIn.mental ten- states.-Globe;=:Democrat. General Traffic Agent. People's Line.



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MODERN_ CtVIUZATIOr Town,"" or,'library Town." The mo- The MaUng of: the Violin. the otvuj-fon of delightful family reunions O. THardware. HECTOR: : : ;

I ewed mentum of this discovery win be marked. "Violins that are'made as they shouldbe m.1 would! be a distinct gain to

*** object .. No bT Bpat.It a .Writer, In Rich men should hesitate no longer to ," explained the dealer, "have fifty- tL.' I I.t):r.i' life, of the people. It would '
Far Cathay- aid in unearthing the :vast treasures of eight different pieces. The wood of the al::o promote that reverence for old people and'

Ii Is a very significant aspect of mod, the Orient.-Globe-Democrat. belly, or sounding board, should be of which is bo often lacking in this

.-I Vjnlizalion which" is expressed in the> I -----_(?.. soft red fir, a kind only growing on the country. We need more holidays of the

word ervoua., Its original: meaning Hiring Wedding Outfits. Tyrolese mountains. It is light and right kind. Let us have an Old Folks' General Produce

rj nOne nerve; sinewy, strong Among the oddest developments of strong, and being of loose grain gives Day.-New York Tribune *
of its derivative mean-I New York's haberdashery is that shop free passage to the waves of sound. The

': IngS. and the one which we by far most where underlinen may be hired for trousseaux trees are cut in the whiter after the sap Beef Tea In-Bulk. MERCHANT. .

: dy meet, is "having the nerves purposes and where the finest of has ceased to flow, and the wood is thor- The preparation of the huge quantityof
:, rear or diseased; subject to, or sufferfrour garments may be had for the honeymoononly oughly seasoned before called fit for use. beef tea is one of the sights of the Melbourne Florida
Jng undue excitement" of the nerves: if the intending wearer will lay The older'the wood the better. For the London hospital. One hundred and

eas1r excited; weakly. The varied down cold cash sufficient to buy outright neck, back and sides Swiss sycamore is seventy-two pints a day is a part of the A. M Hamilton & Co.
,j and complex phraseology by which the a moderate outfit. New York regarded the only proper wood. It an- patients' bill of fare.-Chicago Herald. ,
phases of nervous diseases are Commercial Advertiser. swers to a different note than the fir, a TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA
i \ has become by this time familiar fact that has been found necessary to the Their Business liooming.

I in our ears as household words. Steam an Invisible Vapor. highest harmony. The violins are shapedby Probably no one thing has caused sucha Wholesale Dealers in

i lucre is no doubt that civilization, as When water once begins to boil it ia exact rule, but the slightest variationin general revival of trade at all the drug
its modem form, tends toundue impossible to raise its temperature Indian River their Indian River
j exhibited in any any of the curves gives a difference of stores on as giving Oysters
, nervous excitement, and that nervous higher; all excess of heat is absorbed by tone, so that no two instruments sound away to their customers of so many free ,

diseases are relatively more commons the escaping, as so called, latent heat, exactly alike." trial bottles of Dr..King's New Discovery FISH

. than they were a century ago. But and is given out again when it con Several violins of the same make and for Consumption. Their trade is simply

what we have now to say does not con- denses. We often speak of seeing the in all respects apparently alike were enormous in this very valuable article Green Turtle and Game.

, cern thea who are specially subject to steam escaping from the mouth of a tested to demonstrate this. They were from the fact that it always cures and

, nervous diseases but to the general mass kettle, but this is incorrect-steam is an all tuned in fifths, the lowest giving what never disappoints. Coughs, colds, asth- All orders will receive prompt and careful at.

of Occidentals: who while not in any invisible vapor, and we can no more see is technically known as middle G, this ma, bronchitis, croup, and all throat and tention,letter whether by telegraph,
specific condition of ill health, are yet it than we can air. What we do see are being the correct way to tune a violin, lung diseases quickly cured. You can or person. 17

\ con nuaI11 reminded, in a great varietyof the minute drops of water into which the but under the bow there was a marked test it before buying by getting a trial

ways, that their nervous systems area steam condenses on coming into the cool difference in the quality of tone. bottle free, large size $1. Every bottle Geo. E. Chase,

1 most conspicuous part of their organ- air. If we boil water in a glass flask, "Did it ever occur to you," was asked warranted.

jjation.: We allude, in short to people we shall notice that nothing can be seen the reporter, "that the strain put on a
who are nervous, and we understandthis in the interior, and by observing the violin by the strings is something tremendous Buy the Right Medicine. Chandler

term to include all our readers, and, steam escaping from a kettle we shall ? When tuned to concert pitch The day of teas, decoction infusi and Ship

} in general, all the people who live in the notice that there is quite a distance be- the tension of each string is about eighty such slops has passed and is being replacedby ,

i lands from which we have come. To tween the end of the spout and the point pounds, making 320 pounds for the four. fluid extracts. The latest United States
, the Anglo-Saxon race at least it seems a where the cloud becomes visible. This Yet the thin shell, so frail that a babe Dispensatory says in this connection : Boat and Yessle Supplies, all kind 1a
matter of course that those who live in cloud of steam is of exactly the same nature could splinter it, will resist that strain "Both decoctions and infusions have now Patent Anchors, Chains, Blocks,

ta age of steam and of electricity must as the clouds which float in the sky, for centuries. Of course, the body is become almost obsolete, and deservedly so." Canvass Hope, all Galvanized sizes, Tents Wire,
necessarily be in a different condition as and which are formed by the condensation strengthened by little strips glued insideat In view of the above advanced idea and Spruce Ladders,

to their nerves from those who lived in in cool upper regions of aqueous different points; but it seems none the stubborn facts we beg to call your attentionto Copper Paints, gal's, 1.2 gal's, qts.
the old, slow days of sailing packets and vapor in the air.-Safety Valve less marvelous to me."Globe-Democrat. the Prickly Ash, Poke Root and Potassium Spar Varnish, gal's, 1-2 gal's,qty,pts. ,\
of mail coaches. Compound which has gained such a Oils and, Leads, all kinds.F. 1 ,

Ours is an age of extreme activity. It Forty-five Million liens. Houses of the Hindus. notoriety, and is undoubtedly the \V. DuVOE & co's READY MIXED PAINTS

is an age of rush. There is no leisure, The minister of agriculture has been It is noteworthy that there is no wordin GREATEST BLOOD PURIFIER In fact anything for Building Sailing boat?. 13Hart's

50 much as to eat, and the nerves are taking a census of the fowls of France the Hindustani language that signifies of the age. Has cured more rheumatism
kept in a state of constant tension, with and he informs us that the country contains home. There are the house, the household Syphillis,ScrofulaOld Sores,Skin Diseases, Block, 90 East Bay St.,
which sufficiently well known. hens Blood Taints etc., in the last six months; JACKSONVILLE FLA.
results 45,000,000 worth on an av the dwelling; but no home I The ,
than all the other Blood remedies the
Business men in our time have an eager, erage 60 cents apiece. One-fifth of these son is always expected to bring his brideto on
market. It is no humbug, no secret, but a LUOOEN A BATES SOUTHERN MUSIC HOUSE.
restless air-at least those who do their hens and 2,000,000 cocks are killed an- his father's house. If there are sev- of fluid of
business in occidental lapds-as if they and sell for in preparation composed extracts
nually, they $5,500,000 eral sons in a family, the household be- Prickly Ash Poke Root Queens's Delightand
in expectation of atelcrnmas the market. The other ,
were momentary 30,000,000 hens comes a large one by the time they are Sarsaparilla, with the Iodide of Potas- PIANOS.ORCANS.
; they often are-the contests lay about 3,060,000,000 eggs every year, all married. Every house, when practi-I sium added.Physicians endorse it as a splen- .
of which may affect their destinyin worth 11-5 cents apiece. This sums up cable, is built around an open did combination. It is a powerful tonic and

some fateful way. We betray this to not less than $30,740,000. Therefore court yard, the entrance to which is.secured : builds up the system rapidly. If you are i
unconscious state of mind in a multitudeof the chickens of France produce $$07,200-I by a strong gate. A room is set weak and feeble try one bottle. Take P. iI

acts. We cannot sit still, but we 000 a year. They form no unimportantitem apart for the special use of each family P. P. and gain flesh rapidly. It is the best I ,

must fidget. We finger our pencils of the national debt; and whether composing the household, although, as a remedy for malarial poisons, and wilUcure I

while we are talking, as if we ought, at fried, roasted, boiled or stewed, they are rule, all the men eat together, and after- chills in every instance. As a tonic and
this particular instant, to be rapidly in- the most tender specimens of the feath- ward the women do, the same, but they regulator for feamales who are in a low

diting something ere it be forever too ered tribe you ever tasted.-Paris Cor. store their own property in their private state of health it has no equal. Try clie Mid-Summer Sale
late. We rub our bands together, as if New Orleans Picayune. rooms. bottle and be convinced.

preparing for some serious task which is The house, if that of a Moor man, is
about to absorb all our energies. We Mrs. Burnett's Bright Boy. built of mud or sundried bricks; if that Worth Knowing.Mr. .

twirl our thumbs we turn our heads Some one recently asked Mrs. Burnett's of a rich man, it is built of kiln dried W. H. Morgan, merchant, Lake BUY NOWAND

with the swift motion of the wild animal eon Vivian, the original of "Little Lord bricks in a substantial manner. There is City, Fla., was taken with a severe Cold,

which seems to fear that something Fauntleroy.." what was meant by "so usually one room, at least, set apart for atttended with a distressing Cough and PAY WHXN

dangerous may have been left unseen. ciety." "Society," said Vivian, "why the men, where they may receive visits running into Consumption in its first 1-

We have a sense that there is something it's a thing where there's lots of people, from their friends without the privacy of stages. He tried many so-called popular COTTON ISMIDSUMMER SOLD.

which we ought to be doing now, and who all come to your house, and they the domestic circle being invaded. Thereis cough remedies and steadily grew worse.

into which we shall proceed at once to come up to your mamma, who is in the a well, or small tank, in the court Was reduced in flesh, had difficulty in

plunge as soon as we shall have dispatched drawing room looking very beautiful, in yard, and perhaps a few flowers for idol breathing and was unable to sleep. Finally -

six other affairs of even' more a lovely dress, and they shake hands with worship. If there are cows, horses or tried Dr. King's New Discoveryfor OFFER.

pressing importance.The her and say, Why, how do you do?' and goats belonging to the family, they are Consumption and found immediate

effect of overworking our nerves then they gabble, gabble, gabble, gabble, stabled in this inclosure. All the workof relief, and after using about a half dozen -

shows itself, not mainly in such affections gabble, and then they come up again to the family is performed in it, except, bottles found himself well and has bad 1,000 Klrst-Clans Pianos and

as "fiddler's cramp" "telegrapher'scramp your mamma and say, 'Oh, I'm so sorry, perhaps, the washing and sewing, whichare no return of the disease. No other rem- Orjjans to be gold in June,July
,"writer's cramp" and the like, but I done outside of those show record of August and September at pot
must go now, good by, and then by persons edy can so grand a curesas Cash Prlcet. Payable,
but in a general ten.:ion. We do not they go away, and that's all.-Boston castes. The women of the family never Dr. King's New Discovery for Con- PIANOS, $*5 CASH DOWN.

sleep as we once did, either as regards Hearld. go outside except when properly accompanied sumption. Guaranteed to do just whatis ORGANS! $10 CASH DOWN,
length of time or soundness of rest. We guarded and veiled.-Demorest's claimed for it. Trial bottle free at I and the balance next November

are awakened by slight causes, and often For Cleaning Pig's Feet. Monthly. Dixon & Benson's Drug Store, TitusvillePYRAFUGE I rat Price., without All Interest our Pianos or advanceIn and Or-

by those which are exasperatingly trivIal A machine for cleaning pig's feet is Kant included in this sale, our
such as the twitter of a bird in a From a German Cyelop dla. 1 1S Cheapest and our Dest. No ex.
about the last thing expected in the line ceptions. Your choice from ten
tree chance of stragglinginto Hero is the ridiculous in which
a ray light of invention, but that machine has been way a leading makers and over 300
our darkened rooms, the motion ofa German.cyclopedia, recently published in styles and Prices. I
devised, and does its work by the succes-
shutter in the breeze, the sound of a Leipsic, describes the social life of large
sive impact against the material to be
voice and when is inter- in New York -SUMMER BARGAINS 1888-
sleep once city eastern possibly
cleaned of steel knives held on a revolving i I
rupted, it is ban hed.e have taken Albany: "After dinner the gentlemen at
cylinder by flexible connections like New Makers New Instruments New
our daily life to rest with us, and the result the reception followed the ladies to the Qe A ,
rubber or other elastic material.-Boston s Styles,New Prices,Great Improvementsin
is that wo have no real rest. In an salon and lighted their cigars. Those f
Budget. our Lower Priced Instruments.
age when it has become a kind of aphorism who did not smoke, chewed and spat Large purclwe* enable us to offer Re-
that a bank never succeeds until it View of the Harbor. quite recklessly on the floor. Many A 8UBK CUES FEVERLiPPMAN'S FOB duced Prices. Here samples.
has takes it bed with did tobacco took small CHILLS & ,
a president who to advantages who not use -
There in New 7our
are some
him, it is ea.y to understand that, while knives from their pockets for an American y uaP I I1J rPIA''O l 7y Octave, Up-
York for the
even penniless and home- f right. Large Rlze.
the shareholders reap the advantage, it less. For instance, one of the most gentleman always carries some kind r't 4trints Beautiful Rosewood
is bad for the president.-North China of a knife, and carved or c slivers from \! tN (use, 1-'uil Rich Tone. Guaranteed
glorious sights in the world can be seen
perfect and durable Maker's Price,
News. the chairs almost all of them
; put ,. ,
I all day and every day from the Battery fjtj.jI
their feet tables chairs. This
on or
park scenes shifted minute, and .Y Octave, Up-
every n
The of Mosses.
Drying behavior which would insult our Ger- Pllt'O
no extra charge for reserved seats. The
The power of the mosses to endure repeated man ladies, the many beautitul American 1 i iA\V S21. Haze, 3 Strings, Fall Iron
millionaire can buy nothing finer with oil I l i a s1 Frame, Ivory Key., Rich
desiccation has recently been experimentally ladies in the
room regarded as a mat- Caw. Klnt-clasa .
his money.-New York Sun. Rosewood every way.Equaia
treated by G.Schroder, who ter of course, much to the astonishmentof Pianos usually sold at fJOO and S3M.
obtained the interesting result that many \\"riter.-New York Tribune. PYRAFUGE Makcr't Price,X70 t.
of these plants cannot only resist months Insanity Among Negroes. IS CALLED THE With Planoi a Plush Top Stool,
I Handsome Cover, Instructor,
of dryness without any harm, but also Thirty years ago insanity was almost Thrift of Victoria' Servant. Wonderful Chill and Fever ExpellerIt Music Book aud alt FrelghtPald.,
that they do under the unknown among the southern who
I not perish even negroes John Brown probably received cures the chills and fever tones tip the F"lItem.gives Five Octaves,2 sets
I strongest desiccation carried on in a drier but now the number thus effected in more presents than any other menial in an appetite,bringing strength and health to the RGA "M Octave Reeds,
with the aid of sulphuric acid. Plants North Carolma alone is estimated at the history of the English court was 8 SRQ ::! lid Walnut Case.High

of Barbula muralis, which were exposedfor 1.000, and the asylum for treatment at shrewd enough to anticipate the,embarrassment Fall Sweet Tone.TopLampStands Maker1 price,Music,$150.flDPAM .Pocket* t
eighteen months in the drier, after a Goldsboro has just been enlarged.NewYork which would be caused to his

.few wettings resumed growth all their Press. friends if he died possessing the gifts WJWJ UnuAn. Four 10 Genuine Full Sets P.eeds Stops,, tI

P-. ts. Other species of barbula behaved themselves, so it was the prudent cus- S Rich One Beautiful Parlor Or- I

. similarly.A. Left Alone In theVorld.. tom of that domestic to sell nearly everything _delighted.gan. TliouHands Mator't Price sold.,SXO.AU purchasers tI
J .curious experiment was performed Vagrant-I have no father or mothernor that he received within a few
(Prickly Ash, Poke Root and Potassium.) With Each Orirau a Flue Stool
1 *ith Grimmia pulvinata, in which a any relations at all to care for me. weeks. John Brown was:: constantly an Instructor. Music Book and t
j stock which Lad been cultivated for sometime Philanthropist-Poor man, are they all being complimented with costly gifts, CURES All Freight Paid.

in a moist,atmosphere under a bell i dead! but Ii3 wisely preferred to pOK>et>3 their I
" .' Pass) was suddenly exposed to a warm i "No; they got rich."Texas Siftings. value in cash, and in several cases the SYPHILIS 15 DAYS TRIAL.

! and perfectly dry current of air. It became Bond street jeweler who had sold the i I

i so dry in a short time that it could A Great Day. present to the royal donor bought it back ilitic Primary Eruptions,Secondary, Scrofula and Tertiary and Scrofulous Syphills,81Ph.Eruptions No Order and required test in until your own Instrumentis Home. I,

l' to. pulverized. Then it lay in a drier forfcmetyfive The Burlington Free Press says it is a within a short time from the recipient at Ulcers and Old Sores, Rheumatism and money Woe Freight both
, weeks. But the quickening for beds when the rain nearly the cost price.LondonTruth. all diseases of the blood all those that have satisfactory. I
great day garden very resisted other treatment yield steadily and surelyto ways if no sale. The fairest way to deal.
I moisture was sun competent to awaken conies down in sheets. Yes, and it is a the wonderful power of P.P. P., the great Our Instruments are good and cheap,anda
! jtto renewed; life. The most rapid dry- great day for hay harvesters when the Blood Purifier. Vial always gives a satisfied purchaser. J
I The Cats or Rnrmah.
jn8 which could be performed in the rain comes down in pitchforks.-New wend for Mld-Snmmer Sale Clr-*
oratory could not destroy the plant. York Tribune. Burmese cats are curious looking ani- SCROFULA cular.
even showed greater of resist. mal*. They have a joint in the middle REMEMBER. Lie Price; Eatiett"Term
f. +ace than power of their tails, which appendage is in consequence Is an impurity in the blood, producing Lamps or *;Best Instruments. Mn Stools and Cbv
with its
correspond Wealthy Colored Men. Swelling causing Banning Sores on the Arms, ere; AUfreight Paid; 15 Day Trial Six
amities; for so speedy and complete There are said to be more than 100 crooked'and sticks out in an Legs,or Feet: for the care of which use P.P.P., Tears' Guarantee; Square Dvaliny; One Price
drying out effected in the exPfciaents angle. They are 'fine specimens of the the greatest blood medicine on earth. All these Saved; All I
as was colored men in Washington who are diseases yield readily to the pqwer of P. P. P., LiT
, t never counts in nature.-Popur worth $25,000 or over. Fred Douglasshas cat race and very useful in a house.. giving new life and new strength. & BATES II
will attack snake with.
Science They a venomous
Monthly. a fortune of $300,000. SOt tlU'.BN MIW&,HOUSE. -*VANN H.GJL
I \ out hesitation, and show much dexterityin BLOOD POISON ,,: ,
killing one, biting it on the back close Ii
Letter 4.000 Yean Old. Elisha of A NEW DIGRESSION.
Professor Gray, Highland USEFUL
A to the head. If bitten, as one of my favorite Cared in its worst form ; sometimes in cases with
i ,1, In remarkable discovery has been made Park, Ills., first used the word "tele- Toms was once by a cobra, they Erysipelas,where the patient was in Eternal Pain
I Egypt of tablets or letters, which com- phone" in the winter of 187371. and given up by the physicians. In some cases
S, j will retire to the jungle, where they eat Scrofulous Ulcers broke out till the party wu amass
WeaHterary of stock.6f' Watches, docks,
: correspondence 3,600 I have added to my
of bottle of P. P.T. was
some herb nature points out to them, corruption; a
*..:!,000Tears ago, carried on between Well supported is said to be the theory and, after the expiration of a few days, procured,and the disease yielded quickly.RHEUMATISM. Plated Medicine Ware,,.Je..elr1..te.a fine grade of; a Cigars complete,Cigarettes line of,funnily Tobacco -

how Tptians and Asiatics. The tablets that many deaths were caused by suffocation come back to the house very lean and and Pipe.: a collection of Fancy Good*.Toj.
in Vienna 'represent letters and winter's blizzards in the Notion and Florida Cnriocitief; a Rood stock of .
patches in hungry, but well'and frisky as ever.- Stationery and an assortment of Candy: ud Confectionery I II
I.. sent to Egypt by the gov- northwest. Cor. San Francisco Chronicle. ; SciMors, pocket and Uble Cutlery. Ha. I
moors And in an Affections of the Blood,P.P.P.standsatone .
and kings of Palestine, Syria, displaced the above cay New Store,.uh- !
and unrivaled, and some of its cures are .
fatyionia and other countries of West Explosive Naphtha Gas.Two wonderful ington Avenue, Tltuwllla, you ar*.respectfully I
Hormondom's "Old Folks' Day." really to call and eiaminft the same to alify
em Asia.; German experimenters find that If suffer like ,Scrofula
The find Is remarkable every you from anvthing Syphilis
and whether
Americans generally might well follow Blood Poison, Ulcers Old Sores, Rheumatism yourself a> to price quality Jon buy
hy of g&S.is
and naphtha
opens the people of that age to the illuminating power N or not WATCH REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. j
disease of the blood be and
US*tth freshness and familiarity. It is reduced one-half by 20 per cent. of air. the, example of the ,Mormons in one &ie P.or P.any P.a triaL sure, Latest approved Instrument and Tools, and :e !

: r*** that the literary spirit is. veryrjf41 Tho mixture becomes, explosive when it thing namely, the.observation of a holiday P.P.P.(Prickly,Ash, Poke Rfcit, and Potassium years'business.practical I ire no la painstaking the vatcb to please las
Folks' is no secret patent medicine like tie
called Old )
Day. Holidays Lon
about five.to eighteen :
; 1. and Professor Sayce surmises contains from the market. Its formula is on every bottle ti articles and prices or Bepalrinx. yid HOI'E'IO
JJtoallyet find libraries of clay books. of air to one of gas.-Arkansavr commemorating some national event are thus giving guarantee of its parity andwholeeomeneea -' mrmrr A lAT suit or TOO FiraoTuac.
P town in. Judah Fas calle_ devoted to. the, ..QJ.q1Qg.wQuld! be


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THE FLORIDA STAR. down here,' but the river people don't join the Democratic Club and offered an An Important Decision. 'practical joke in a crowd i in whit

know it, perhaps it is because we ass0ciate office, but declined without thanks. Mr. GALENA, OHIO Aug. 31st, 1888. quarantine officer cut a prominent a

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. a good deal with that live"lilliputi- Lennon states that"Col" Ferdinand Bos- rjiE
Editor the Florida Star The
of : joker went to his room
an" friend of ours that clerks for Mr. tick has been appointed Supervisor of a lO- ent bottle and drank o.j .
Editor and P thls of black ink
ELLIS B. WAGER er. SIR-I enclose this clipping from the and then -
Rumph at Titusville. You cannot be Registration and that there will be an ImmedIately proceeded down the
S1.5O per Annum. about Cone without dancing to his music, honest election. It is to be hoped there Western Christian Advocate for republication When he had gone two blocks he met
After being an hour with Cone, I feel will be, but the outlook does not look in the columns of your excellent i. crowd talking! to an officer with a yellow
Entered at the Post Office at Titusville as paper as pertinent to the status of the ribbon pinned to the lapel of his
SecoTid-Clast Matter. like hunting up Maj. Adjer McCrory to promising. The Fleming Club has onlyone traffic in and State About this time the face of the coat
liquor our county :
T quiet my nerves, you know Adjer is all charge against Mr. Bostick, and thatis man pictured his feelings-the joke win
"Justice Harlan of the
A SQUAREIs one Inch in space; 21 squares gold. he is absolutely unknown. He is nota Supreme about to take effect-when the officer
make a column. pure Court of the United States, has decided said :
Last week the wind "Tear"and registered voter and has not the slightest -
was on a
rates enquire ofthe Editor "Hello John
advertising that a license from the United States when did you get back
always enclosing a two cent stamp. made things lively for a while, no serious interest in the county. Mr. Burke to town ?"

THE STAR is the OFFICIAL newspaperfor damage done it twisted Mr. E. L. his deputy for Lake Worth is in the same government to sell spirituous liquors on "Oh," replied John, "1 rime in on the

Brevard county. Gray's big bananas "hither and yon" box, and moreover is one of the deputation steamboats does not give the right to Jacksonville, Tampa and Key West this
violate the laws of States within the territory morning from South Florida"
the Largest circulationof napped off about fifty bunches, and unroofed which will overawe the Brevard Co.
The Star has
thus "You don't look so well
of which the steamboats as you did.:
any paper on the East coast of Fla. Mr. Sears house on the west side. Convention. He can put in his:: time registering "Xo, I went to Tampa one
licensed in their trade. month
FEVER. Mr. Geo. \\ King has finished his his fellow deputies, the majorityof may go plying ago, and took sick. Have come to Pal-
YELLOW The decision is a important one, "
dwelling[ and i is now in Illinois for the whom are not yet registered, but what very atka to get well.
Friday, new cases 23; deaths, 4-G. and obstacle to the. enforce- ")[
removes one y gracious; boy you had better
of being made a Benedict, what a will the rest of us here do meanwhile? In go
"". Young,Andrew Thomas, Thos. Ryan, purpose ment of State law in such cases. The home and go to l house warming we will have when hon- another column Mr. Lennon over the exceedingly bad."
Miss Minnie Bourns; Saturday new decision in to
was given answer a petition:
est George returns. Mr. Weir is erecting unfit motto of "Let the peoplerule" "I know it, but my fever today U
cases 23 ; deaths 2-W. J. Merritt, and for a writ of habeas to take from "
corpus much better than it
a two story dwelling, and will soon ("Let the people be ruined wouldbe was.
Mrs. Fannie L. Hopkins; Sunday, new in Pa. "How do talk
jail, Allegheny county, Captain people about the Yellow
be for several of more appropriate to the DemocraticClubite"
cases 24 ; deaths 2-C. H. Smith, and C. ready occupancy, our Clark, of the Mayflower a steamboat Jack down in Tampa!"
citizens are setting strawberry plants, ) indulges in a slur at my brother .
37 "They are discouraged Some of them
Herrick cases
D. ; Monday, new ; running on the Ohio and Monongahelarivers
we propose to see what the rich lands of which he may think worthy of notice aid my sicknex* was yellow fever, but I
2-Dr. Win. L. Baldwin and Geo.
deaths who had been of "
guilty .
Narrows will make in the way of sraw- when he sees it, but when Mr. Lennonwas proven don't believe it.
Tyler ; Tuesday, new cases ; 43 ; deaths, selling; liquor on his boat contrary to the The crowd which had been listening
berries and burrrowing the County recordsit
1-:Mr. Starke. Total number of casesto egg law of Pennsylvania. Of course the writ attentively, felt some uneasiness amt
is a pity he did not unearth the
date, 338; total number of deaths to Your correspondent came very near was denied, but the case may still be dropped off one at a time until only fire
facts of the called: Secret Electionin remained. this time John's
By face
date 37. The fever is either of a milder baying all of his worldly possessions cremated carried in another form to the Supreme way:
of .
Dade. After the death of Is a picture agony."I
of the kitchen -
the diminished death rate to the last week, the roof "
type, or real M. Stewart ,whom he had the pleasure Court. do believe, said he, "that I shaK+!
number of new cases, may be owing to caught fire from the stove-pipe, fortunately The conflicting jurisdiction of State vomit-my fever is rising."

careful attention and nursing. Only I was at my workshop when the of entertaining when he was on Bis- and national authority over the sale of "Well, then," answered the officer
cayne Bay, another election was ordered had better home."
the go
When I reached
about in Jacksonville alarm was given.
15,000 people are now to residents
spirituous liquors along
by the Governor. The notices were "Then won't yon go and get me a car
over half the people having left. roof one fourth of it was ablaze, water bodies of water wherein the authority of riagef
posted in out houses and the electionwas
was close at hand, but unfortunately the up Uncle Sam is freely recognized as dominant "Yes," replied the officer, and he wa

Jupiter Items. ladies could not climb a ladder, so I yell- secretly held by the republicans with by all, so far as the laws of navi- glad to get away. The five men wantedto

What the citizens of Dade county ed Fire1r.. Weir and the two Mr. closed doors. It was reported to my go, also, but had too much courage.
involved is cleared
want to see Cleveland and Thurman Michaels heard me with their assistance Brother and myself late in the day, but gation are up by Finally the young man, turning to the
Justice Harlan, of the Supreme Court, crowd;said :
elected; Fleming governor of Fla. ; and the heroic efforts of the madame and we judged it best to let it go and file a in a recent decision embracing this hitherto "Boys, my time is up-the black vomit -

Ewan in the State Senate; J. C. Xor- Mrs. Weir we succeeded in subduing the protest against it, which was done. Now undetermined subject. I am sure i is coming."

wood in the Legislature ; the Democratsof flames. Loss one half the roof of the J. W. Ewan, voted for Varnum at this The boys looked like ghosts. Resting
that the right of the State, so freely recognized
Dade consolidated, and vote the citchen. The quickest time on record secret election and chuckled over the his head against the shady iJe of a
will bring joy and to to let the
ticket the yellow fever banished fact of our having been outwitted but lamp post, followed
straight Steve ,
; running to a fire, was made by Mr. those whb are engaged in the temperancework black ink come, by unpleasant j

out of our State for ever ; what kind Michael. He was a quarter of a mile luckily the Brevard Co. man had so largea in our county.It noises. The ink had turned 1m stomach,

of bustle Belva A. Lockwood has got fora away when he heard the alarm, and in majority that this swindle did him no and as it broke upon the pavement, the j
is be that Broome
Dr. Walker harm. "V bum five men split the wind-two second
campaign badge ; Mary three; minutes he was handing me wateron Sat."Very Respectfully.GEO. I
will call the attention of
special our more and they looked like five burnt
take the stump ; the citizens of Lake the roof of the house. His son Ed is 'V. POTTER. grand jury to violations of law, prohibiting holes in a blanket. !

Worth join hands with Jupiter and open a chip off the same block, they are Tro- Cor. Sect. Dade Co. Fleming Club. the sale of liquor in the county, When the officer returned he, too.

the inlet with more workingmen and less jai\s for work of any description, but forgetting .. and that all citizens will courageouslyinsist burnt the wind, and the last seen of him
bosses the Life-saving crew keep their was a little. oel1ow ribbon on a line with
; to a fire they are
Melbourne. upon the sweeping away of all sub- his straightened coat tail.John's .
good record this ; the Dade Co. SPRATT.
up year JACK
terfuges and evasions whereby this great joke was a success, though the
delegates come back rejoicing ; the Editor We are sorry to learn that the seaside evil is continued in our midst. ink made him sick for two days'.-PaJatLa -

of the STAR pay us a visit; some of Editor Florida Sfar : outing of Mrs. Geo. J. Mercier and Miss
I The Christian Woman's TemperanceUnion lItrald.'L
our hunters kill some game ; Capt. John SIR-I notice in the STAR of August Grace Ely was brought to an early termination -
is the great aggressive force in
Fitzgerald kill some more turkey ; friend grid a communication from one of the by the sudden illness of Mrs. Registration.The .
this State. One of their methods com-
Lichty kill a deer; Mr. J. H. Grant, of Dade County Fleming Club, bringing to Mercier. Capt. John Houston obligingly Registration; books will be open
mends itself to the wisdom of all, inasmuch in each and District in BreTanl
the L. S. C., pull the stroke oar ; Capt. light some things with regard to the took Capt. Mercier's place on the Saturday every
that while it disarms the preju- County, on the first Monday in September
Carlin comfortably fixed in his new Elliott's Key and Miami precinct fraud, trip of the S. V. White. The salt dice of many of their auditors its novelty and close on the last Saturday in

house. i which look very dark for a statesman.I air and surf-bathing seemed, up to the September, preceeding the first Mondayin
SAX D-Fl.Y. think when the great lights of a partylet time of Mrs. Mercier's illness, to be bene- secures every. October. Owing to the subdivision
where.A of the old election Districts, and the
ficial both ladies.
Herri them be Democrat or Republicanthrow gentleman by the name of Demorest, making of new election Districts, by the

down the true principle of the On Tuesday last a telegram was received of N. Y., offers to successful contestants, County Commissioners: and to comply

Key. S. F. Gove preached at the Bap- purity of the ballot box and take to from Mr. R. N. Andrews saying the in five oratorical contests, a silver medal, with election law, passed by the last Leg
tist Church on Sunday last. islature citizen should register and
Fraud to get into office, or even keep his tramway to the beach was assured, and to be awarded by competent judges to get his certificate every of registration.

)Ir. Feaster, of LaGrange, visited his party in office, it is high time his partyof the locomotive would be heard Dec. 1st. the victor in each contest. At the con-

daughter, H. J. Field, the first of the true principle should seek men of true We hear that certain parties who have clusion of the fifth contest each one con- DISTRICT REGISTRATION OFFICE

week. principles to represent! their interests in heretofore refused to give the right of tends for medal be awarded Xo. 1, LaGrange, ...........W. X. Hendry.
and nation and a gold to to 2, Titusville,..............J. P. Blake.
Mrs. Jno. Curtis visited friends in this the councils of the State have been induced to do so and all the most able of the
way orator five. The 3, City Point,.........A. Whitlock..
neighborhood Wednesday and Thursday put down fraud or those who are guiltyof is expected to run smoothly now. Mrs. entire matter is in the hands of various 4, Rockledge,.......Chas. Hammond.

of last week. having any connection in perpetrating Johnson has had her preemption or home- branches of the ubiquitous C. W. T. U. "fi, Kin Ga11ie.G. B. Snell.

Work gas again been resumed on the of fraud. :Mr. Ewan is a stranger to stead surveyed into lots, ready for the Throughout the country nearly every ""G, Malabar,........ ......E. B. AiaoM
7. Barkers Bluff...Walter Hitching.
long wharf. There is a good prospect for some of Brevard county Democrats, and rush that is expected along the new road. village or township is the center of a 44 8, St. Lucie,..............Jame;raine.

its early completion. always. will be if,he... is in .favor__ of fraud We hope the news is true for every improvement society. The topics are all on prohibi- 9, Eden,............Thos. E. Richard

Miss Beckie Mims, Miss Susie Brown in any snape. we want men of good benefits all either directly or tion as the only effectual remedy for the 10, Fort Drum,.....JohnM. Swain.

principle to represent us. As such we I 11, Narrows,...............E. L. Gray.
and Miss Katie Hamilton were the guestsof indirectly. traffic in rum. The contesting classesare rudtr.
confident the district convention will 12, Georgiana ........Chas. )b
:Mrs. and Miss Martin on Saturdayand are Miss Minnie Thomas, who left here in required to number eight or ten,who 13, Merritt Island..Thos.lI.8andeII *.
Sunday.The give us a candidate for Senator charge of Prof. Nesbitt and family, des contest for the silver medal. The num- 14, Canaveral.Henry Wilaon.

hold the ballot box sacred and pure. ber of short, bright recitations and 15, Haulover,.....Chas.H. Xauman.
musical soiree at the Baptist Away with a man that will stuff or allow tined for Chautauqua Co., N. Y., was 16, Otter Creek........J. '\". Swain.

Church on Sunday morning was enjoyedby a ballot box to be stuffed just to beat his heard from a few days ago at Atlanta speeches delivered by the darlings of 17, Iebourne..D. W. McQaajg.

all who were fortunate enough to atf opponent for office. I shall lift my voice Ga. Through some negligence her trunkwas different homes usually chosen for their S. F. GIU,

tend, but those who occupied the back sent to Jacksonville and she marched more than ordinary endowment secures Supervisor of Registration.
against all such men-let them be Democrats
seats made the fact very evident that other from town to town until she was final- churches and school.housescrowded with .

they possessed no soul for music nor respect or Republicans, and every ly landed at camp in Atlanta, where she intelligent listeners from all political An Indorsement.
good Democrat will do the same. parties. I have had the pleasure of The following explains whom I am,
for the chairs by the altitudes they proposes to remain until frost, and later,
Democratic party over here on the westside listening to sentiments uttered from lipsof and, I believe, with some effort on my
assumed. is solid for Cleveland and Fleming if necessary, to recover her baggage. children the of part, at least a few of the citizens of -
quite those
------- reverse of
Narrows. and we want good and competent men John Quincy, acting as deputy-sheriff their parents (perhaps it will always be Titusville would indorse. the same.all whom it j

to us in the Legislature.OLD carried off a number of colored to STATE OF GEORGIA, To }
represent men
Hard work, hot sun, no rain, and nearer the truth to limit it to the fatherone PULA KI Co. j may concern. E

many mosquitoes, is not conducive to JOE. answer to a charge of assault and battery ). The preparations at the homes, We, the undersigned, citizens of the

letter writing, that is the prime cause of i on another colored individual. They for these contests, necessitates the itera- town of Cochran and vicinity pjeaseU

my not furnishing the STAR with notes, PALM BEACH, FLA., Aug. 28th, 1888. i returned feeling rather sore from havingto tion and re-iterations of the theme until to state that we know the bearer of thus I

from the Narrows, the work is here still, Editor of the Florida Star: pay about $135 for the fun. Several .it is well rubbed into the home audi- Mr. L. J. H. Vinson, goodly intimately numberof for a

but the sun has ceased to broil, and the DEAR SIR-I see by the issue of your of th'e party are good, steady, hardworking tors. The partial parents and relatives number us having of years known, and him had numerous

wind has commenced to blow, and the valuable paper of the 13th Aug. that the fellows, and it seems a pity they help to make up an impressible audience.The business transactions with him all p****

mosquitoes have migrated up the river. proud author of the Democratic Club of were hit so hard. effect can be easily imagined. All sant and agreeable, take pleasure in recommending of- !

I come once more to the breach. Lake Worth condescends to notice so parties are being permeated with the un- confidence and him trust as ,a and man one worthy of lair .1 J

The dredge is scooping mud and oysters humble an individual as the undersigned. Male and Female Employes. answerable arguments in favor of moral business qualities, and believe him strictly -

about four miles below us, making I certainly think I should not be held responsible A dry hoods man who keeps careful and legal suasion. honest and just.

haste slowly from parties at work on the for typographical errors, and record from year to year of the punctuality The resolutions endorsed by Democratic This August 28th, 1877.

dredge I learn that they are cutting a accused of being "George W.Porter, alias his l.COO and grade employes of service says that rendered the t lies bv primary at LaGrange are definite as merchants W. C. Harvard W. J. Mullis Mrs. E.farmer W. 31Jner; G.r*,

channel about sixty feet wide by four Potter." I do not know Mr. Lennon's women are more faithful than the !>CSt to wants in public matters.I Mcvay, merchant ; R. P.. Bryadr fcam

feet deep, the wonder is, that the rotten alias. Mr. Lennon voted for Blaine in 86 men, but that the average record ,.f the will close in the hope that all parties Mayer; Jule Herrman & Co., Maas *

old craft does that well, the person having and intends to vote for Cleveland this men is much above that of the \..O e:1.- will select good, clean, intelligent men Bros., merchants ; Wm. Wade, mAyor.

her in charge this summer was com- year. I did not vote for Blaine, but if I'' New York Cor. GlobeDemocrat.Feeding to represent us in the Legislature, and C. R Pennick, marshal ; J. L. Harre">>. ->.
A. P.
pelled to beach her, to prevent --slaking did, I think I have the same right as )Ir. that there is enough independentism in J.Ryle W., merchants Wynne, ; F. B. Green, >. Pt

If she continues her present cutting/pac Lennon, of voting as I choose. Mr. Len Young Fish. the rank and file of each as to render Exo.., J. P. ; Storkes & Martin,

and does not sink or blow'up, she will non has resided on Lake Worh for some Mr. F. Lugrin, of Geneva, has discov- such a choice essential to success. Weaver, J. L. Overbey, A. E. Cheat
and with other citizens of that ered a method of feeding young fish ot merchants T. F.Walker. M. Jordsn'
reach LakeJWorth in about three years years, GEO. W. HOLMES. ; D..anddrug-
the trout and salmonoid varieties. Great MorganM.
M. D.'s Y. H.
from now.Narron. place, helped the modest commission difficulty has hitherto been experiencedin A Plausible Explanation. gist. ;

is simply booming, Mr. Cleveland merchant drag out his existence, but carrying the young fish through the Wife You say you shot this deck HlCO, HAiTILTO-V CO, TEU3, .

is determined that his fellow citi- finding that monotonous and having been first year of their existence, the artificial yourself. John! I can find no markson June 22,100-

zens or KaJrjWjr( = shall pave mail facili- under the Tweed regime in New York, food often costly not being and ,involving sufficiently constant nutritious care, it. We, the undersigned tizen3* take

ties-three post-offices within four milesof the idea occurred to him that politics and attention. Mr. Lugrin's invention IIusbar.d (who hadn't thought of that) pleasure in indorsing the..above.J. Old.
-'Vell-er-my dear, the P1J
each other Prchid, Enos, and Nar mightjbe made to pay in Dade Co. Ac- consists in a material which, when spreadon high up, you know, and perhaps bird was the very fall ham. G. Barbee merchant and merchant; ; T. J.

rows. Capt. Bferper, of the White, has cordingly he started his thinker, and the bottom of a tank spontaneously laUed is.-Life.He Wood postmaster merchant; J. N. tiotaw.
of minute drug C
no use for a whistle, when he arrives at soon Democratic Club dawned on our produces myriads organisms. G. W. Taber, B. a Williams; J.
(daphniae. cyclops, limn?, etc.) When I h Bros
Orchild he calls toJEnos, to have pouch unadmiring Lake Worth. After this one tank is depleted the fish are drivenoff Made Men Hustle. & Dro., S., a Stovall hotel

ready, at Enoshe calls loud Dawson feat Mr.Lennon retired behind the thrown to another pasture similarly prepared.The A young fellow of this city, who has merchants ; R. Phillip, IL proSPnl 1

to wabble downto his wharf with his where l Ije pulls the wires to make his puppets first tank, at the end of a few weeks, been down in Orange county for two tor; J. R. Alford,Hellemsliseristable D. ;
is months returned to Palatka ingsM.D.; J.D.
again swarming with organic life. Thursday,
pone!!. The fact is,|we are a live people .dance. Capt James was urged; to and immediately proceeded to playa C. Garrett farmer.

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Largest and Best Stock of GEORGIA ,PINE LUMBER overbrought

to Indian River


I.j j kinds, LATHS, and BRICK. .
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! Builders'. Hardware. :.

, ash, Doors and Blinds, Oils and Paints; Everything necessary

. to complete any building promptly filled to order.

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A MIDSUMMER SONG. Because of The numerous obstacles thrownin way employes, laborers, porters signalmen CARDS.

the way of reform. The villainous conductors engineers, mechanics,

01 father's gone to mk'ket town.be was up before women.who, for a consideration, squeezethe masons, carpenters, officials of all kinds, L. A. GINGRAS,

the day; young lives out of so many little particularly the large number who are S. H. RAY

And Jamie's after robins and the man Is makingAnd waifs year by year, adopt many and expecting situations.-London Cor. New ATPHT-LAIAHD NOTARY PUBLIC. .

haT clever ruses to escape detection in their York Commercial Advertiser.The >ftd
whistling down the hollow goes the boy that
minds the mill foul work, and they generally succeed. Rock Ledge, Florida.

While mother from the kitchen door is calling These people give such an unenviable Indian Not Revengeful.
GAULDEN Successor to J. C. Norwood
with a will: reputation to places constructed and run People make false estimates of the In- D.L. and Co.,
"Polly! Polly: The cows are In the cOrn! Oh basis that the dian's
on a purely legitimate unfortunate character. The Indian is not re-

Where's Pony mothers are more frequently vengeful but in war ho will take all the ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, ,

From all the misty morning there come a summer tempted to throw their helpless offspring advantages he can over his enemy. So Titusville, Florida. TITUSVILLE, FLA.Oeu'I .

sound into the depths of the North or East will a white man. There is no such
A murmur as of waters from aides and trees and rivers than consign them to a fate that is thing as treachery in the Indian's char- TONES & WILLIAMS,

The birds ground.they sing upon the wing the pigeons worse than death itself.-New York acter. He will as I say, take advantageof

bill and coo JournaL the white man. but so will the white Attorneys-at-Law.

And over hill and hollow rings again the load man take advantage of any man.I .
Cooling Effect of Ice. Florida.
halloo: f Titusville
have 12.Indians in how
The are In the com Oh ice is dependent my camp;
"Polly Polly cows The cooling effect of actually do I civilize them? I have them under, S
Where's Polly upon its melting, as in this: pro- G EO. M. ROBBINS, Merchandise
control and they are disciplined as 0C
Above the trees the honey bees swarm by with cess the heat which causes it to melt is strictly as body of soldiers. There
and absorbed from the bodies.A ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
buzz boom surrounding is trouble ,
no in managing Indians if
And In the field and garden a thousand blossoms pound of ice, in melting, will absorb you
bloom. know how to do it. I never have any TITUSVILLE, FLA.
sufficient heat to cool of water
Within the farmer's meadow a brown eyed daisy a pound trouble with them because I obey the STORE.
blows from 174 degs. Fah. to the freezing point, THRASHER,
first principle of business; I treat them A.1.
And down at the edge of the hollow a red and or to cool 142 pounds of water one de squarely. I never: make a promise to
rose. The of steam is due f
thorny heating
gree. power ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
them that I do not keep, and I am
But Pollyl Polly 1 The cows are In the corn: to the converse of this principle. A I
Oh Where's Polly? I treated well in return. I would rather P. O. Box 20, SANFORD, FLA.
pound of water converted into steam and loan money to an Indian than to a white Will practice in all the counties! of the s:>e"entbircuit
such time of day the mill into radiator will and Supreme Court. 3 1
How strange at a passed a upon con-
man-I think the chances of the Indian I propoe to keep
should stop Ita clatter densing, give out enough heat to raise one
Tb,farmer's wile Is listening now and wonders of water about 4.3 pounds of returning it are much better.W. F. TD B. BURCHFIELD,
pound or
1 1I 1f
what's the matter. Cody in The Epoch. .
Ol wild the birds are singing In the wood and on air, from 32 degs. to 1,004 degs.PublioOpinion. 1f

tho hill I I Firecrackers from China. COUNTY SURVEYOR.Orders A First-Class Stock
While whistliag'the hollow goes the boy that I
minds the milL Delicacies for the Side. Firecrackers come from China where by mail will receive as prompt

But Potty Pollyl The cows are In the corn I The customs division of the United the country j>e pie manufacture them as attention as calls in person.

Oh. Where's PollyRIchard Watson Gilder. States treasury have compiled a list of a pastime,' as the Germans do toys. Theyare Address: Georgiana, Fla. -OFGROCERIES-
Chinese medicines that have recently imported in boxes similar to tea

CHILDREN.What been imported to this country. The list chests, the hieroglyphics on them representing H. F. ATKINSON.
embraces such simple remedies as tigers' advertisements of different firms,

Becomes of the Unfortunate Infanta bones, ground blood, bears' gall, asses' I and they ae used as ballast for the ships
fossil that bring them over. An idea be JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
of the Metrupoli glue, tree bugs, elephants' gall, I. may

For some time the business of baby crabs, fossil teeth, fowls' gizzards, "in- obtained of the utter impossibility of i For the Second Justice District of Bre-
sects of nine smells" Job's tears, cow competition when one is informed that it I
yard third
farming has been increasing in this city, I county; days, Mondayof t 5
until at the present moment it extends I bah, glass, rhinoceros' horns, cows' I costs but two cents to make a pack of each month.

from the most squalid East Side localitiet 'knee, puff bails dragons' teeth, straw, firecrackers there. The Chinese were acquainted -

to the magnificent and luxurious man |: hedge hog skins, dried silk worms, snake as v-1 all know, with the use GUNS REVOLVERS 'nllltarop for price list

sions on the ultra fashionable avenues.In I skins, crabs' eyes, horse tails and centi- I of gunpowder long before its introduction I to -JOHNSTON k SON, Pittsburgh,Penn.I DRY GOODS

pedes.-Philadelphia Times. t into Europe in the Thirteenth century,
this city an of j Mt RVELOUSJEURY
every year average
and the have been for
peasants so mary
about 300 unfortunate infants are pickedup I
fits Last Law. in the of
generations:: adept art making
in ash in ball th
barrels on
ways Tho last law signed by Kaiser Frederick -
firecrackers that it has become, we mightsay
streets, and frequently in the river
of the : NOTIONS
I was one permitting soldiers second nature.-Brooklyn Eagle.Eat .
These are nearly all the children of pool Guards to wear full beards instead of I
and indiscreet who in I
young women, ai mustaches
evil hour gave heed to the voice of th' I only. !' Freely of Lemons.

tempter. I THE GERMAN RAILROADS. : An experienced and highly respected j I Hens' Ladies' & Children
Many of these children find their way I physician gave me a valuable hint the I DISCOVERY.Any I

into regular institutions which are incorporated Owned or Controlled by the Government. other day which others may find as use- Imok learned in one reading.31iiul .
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for business of that description, Military Spirit of the Management.The ful as I did.hI am convinced said : \\.mderin!; cured.

such as the Foundling asylum and t : : eakiiuc without note SaOES..A.:
railwaj 3 of Germany are. for the experience Wholly unlike arti'irial system f
number of religious concerns where pro most part, owned by the state. Such as ; Piracy condemned liy Supreme Court.
vision is made for the little waifs. But are not owned out and put are controlled grounds also that a safeguard against Great inducement to orrepoiidenceclasses.
by far the great majority are "farmed the in such I much prevalent summer illness lies in <<
by government a manner as Prospecti, with opinions of Dr. v/m. A. llam-
out" to women who for a considerationcare to practically attain the main object of the free use of lemon juice. Citric acid mond. the rM-unied Specialist in :Mind diseases, (

for the cr ldren or help to end their ownership. The government looks upon helps to supply the place of the fluids Daniel Oreenleaf Thompson, the great Phycholo-
gist, and oth -r+. t-ent free by
miserable lives, as the exigency of tM the railways primarily as a means of which are unduly dissipated through the Pro A. I.OISi.TTE.31 Filth Ave. Sew Yoik.

case or the pecuniary interest involved bringing money into the treasury; lastly, pores of the skin in hot weather. Eat 20.

may require. convenience As plenty of lemons and you can stand the TS
as a to the"people. you .
The mother in .ost cases is drawn travel in Gernany: you notice that all the heat infinitely better than those who do EXHAUSTED VITALITY ,

from the humbler walks in life and can officials about railway stations not only not un&e use of the fruit with which nature -

afford to pay but a small sum for the dress like toldiers, but have much of the has supplied tropical countries. ;L 'TiIESCIENCEOF

maintenance of her child. She accord gruffness and precision characteristic of I The Epoch. ; _;T Ht lIENCEl' :

ingly seeks out one of the baby farmers, that class and the who I Medical Work of the
porters, OF
; very LIFE:
who thrive in every part of the tenement remind of the A million dollars goes a long ways towards f f: ageonManhoodN'ervons CLOTHING
carry your you makin' __ :: and Do-
an ordinary citizen states Physical
a .
districts of the and there I
city, -
arrangesfor barrack and -
room, you are not surprisedto man.-Boston Globe.If I = -- bility, Premature De-
the reception and care of her little find the station master strutting about ErroreofTo"tn' ,
one. A fixed sum per week is decided with much of the swagger and conse- land the untold mwertes -
upon, ranging according to location from of the parade ground. your hat blows off in the street follow consequent thereon. 300 pages 8 VO., 125 prescriptions
quence it with gentle dignity. Somebody for all diseases. Cloth, fun pit only f1.()(),
and the transaction is
$1 to $5, con-
Follow the
railway management higherup by mail scaled. Illustrative sample free to all Founand
will chase it for "ou.-Harper's (Hoods
Bazar. Furnishing
cluded. Perhaps the unfortunate motheris and you find that the military spirit I miadle<< -aged men. Send!. now. .The Gold!and Gent's ,
sometimes lucky enough to have as !,jewelled Medal awarded to the author oy me isauonal -
pervades department. When a Commissioner': Sale.
every :Medical Association. Address P.O. Box 1 %Ho -
partner in her guilt one who will pay the railway is projected the first question relates -I Under and by virtue of an order issu- ton, :Haas., or Dr. W. II. PARKER, gradnate of

weekly stipend. furnishes the money to its value in the time of war, the ing out of the County Court of Brerard Harvard Medical College,25 years'practice in Foston ALSOCROCKERY
,who may be consulted con df'.OtiAlIy. Office,
for three or five or ten weeks, but with second to its usefulness to the people. County, Florida, made by the Honorable No.4 Bulfinch St. Specialty,Diseases of Man

each succeeding payment he grows tired The war office must first approve before Minor S."Jones, county Judge of said Cut this oat. You may never nee it again

of the job, and finally he drops off alto- the civil branch of government can take county, sitting in Probate, in a certain ----- ---- GLASSWARE

gether. a step. Thus you will see on the map of I matter depending in said court entitled"In PARKER'SHAIR ,
The baby farmer gets impatient. She Germany many railways leading no- the matter of the estate of William BALSAMCleanses
threatens the mother of the child and Harlan Forwood deceased," and dated and beautifies the hair.
where, so far as commerce is concerned, II' Promotes a luxuriant growth.
perhaps succeeds in having her make and somewhere, only in the event of a I the 3rd of September, A. D. 1838, I will, Never Fails to Bettor Gray

some personal sacrifice to help for its war. Lines are radiated from important as Commissioner appointed by said or- Prevent Hair to Dandruff its Youthful and hair Color.falling HARDWARE'AND ,

maintenance, but the struggle proves too centers to every point of the frontier, der, sell at public auction, to the highest ; .and ,I.MaUruI't'ilt1l.
and best bidder, for cash. in front of the .- -- I
much and the next chapter in the story without reference to whether the trafficis

.\ is the announcement to the erring sufficient to make such a road a paying Court-house door, in the town of Titus-

mother some day that the baby is dead. investment. So also find a railway ville. in said county within the legal\
you hours of sale, on the first day of Octo-
Of course, if the child has died while en- running parallel with frontier line
a ber, A. D. 1888, the following pieces I
the thousand ills
of that
during some
purely as a military precaution. A circular -I
of land
parcels, or portions (being parts
babyhood is heir to a permit for its
railway has just been completed of said estate situate Goods.These
) : and
lying, being Chandlery ,
burial is and that is Ship .
easily procurable
around Berlin, so far from the center as in the County of Brevafd and State of '
the last of the drama. But in nearly all to run most of the way through a desertof Florida, described as follows, to-wit:

cases it is very hard for even .a skilled sand. There is scarcely any travel on West i of lie }, e 4 of n w }, and sej _

physician to properly co nt for the lit- the road, but the government maintainsit of section '23, township 33, range 39, _

tle one's departure from .this unfriendlyworld so as to have it handy in case of a containing 320 44-100 acres. N e i sec. ,

and no more is heard of the case. siege. 12, township 33 s, range 39 e. containing

But there are other baby farms many The political power which the government 159 48-100 acres. Lots 7 and 8 of sec.,7, main features of n>J
will be the
of them in the gilded neighborhood where exercises through owning the rail- township 33 s, range 39 e, containing 84

Ward McAllister's "400" society orna- ways is very great. In the first place it acres. Lots 2 and 3 of section 11, town r business, but orders sent me for anything

ments flutter, and there the procedure, comes in contact with manufacturers of ship 34 s, range 40, containing C3 60-100

charges and arrangements differ, but in almost every variety of machinery goods, acres. Lots 1, 2, 3 and 4, section 10, kept in any store in Tutor

the long run the result is invariably the for it has nearly 25,000 miles in township 31, range 40 e, containing

same. The prices charged for the receptionof tion; it has thousands of locomotives opera-, ,I 316 18-100 acres. Lot 1, section 14.township ville will be promptly filled-

infants in some of these places run as 34 s, range 40, containing 38 60-100
i freight cars to build I
passenger cars ; y 4
acres. West 4 of section 14 t ; }
high as $10 a week, but in the majorityof ,
it has stations and bridges to construct
32 39 acres.1 1 1
s. 320
range e, containing
the is made the
cases bargain by -
payment clothing, lamps and instruments of various South 4 of section 12, township 33 s,
of a lump sum which will cover
kind to furnish. The
government 39 e SIS 96-100
range acres. I
the of the until it is
cost keeping baby railway officials favor manufactures favorable S w i of n w i of section 25, and n e i of

old enough to be received in an orphan to the government, and corre- section 26, township 32.s. range 39 e. Will buy FrnitsJ:Eggs, Chickeas,
asylum or disposed of in some other way. spondingly injure the trade of those in containing 200 12-100 acres. South 4 ofs

Generally the children of such people are opposition. Then at thousands of rail- w 4 of section 11, township s, range THE: LADIES' FAVORITE.

offered for adoption and in this way way stations are restaurants, the food 39 e, containing 80 acres. Lots 2 and 3. rte OUT OF ORDER. Or Country Produce my customers

nearly 40 per cent. of the baby farm for which is supplied from the neighbor- section 3, township 34 s, range 40 e, containing "'yon
children of the better class are disposedof hood-and here is another chance for the 58 acres. Lots 1. 2, and 3, sec. i 'i our gent at your place for terms and or friends may bricg

because the mothers do not wish to government to influence votes in its 4, township 34 s, range 40 e, containing I I I'.; rs. It you cannot find our agent,write
have them sent to asylums, where their favor. Then then is an immense amount 138 68-100 acres. Lots I,2 and 3, section !;'ft to nearest address to you below-named to market.

"blue blood" may be tarnished by com- : of money spent yearly in advertising the 6. township 34 s, range 40 e. containing I II. urn HO .ESEWIRG MA 1.NE .1IWlf'J'MA.

mingling with waifs of the common herd. new time tables in the local 159 68-100 acres. South 4 of n w 4 ands I -0S
As the matter is at present conducted newspapers w 4 section 3, township 34 s, range 49: l u.281IHIDK1QUltREsN ATLANTA.GA LII -
along the lines of road. This money, of 'I I :touts tea
in this city all applications from persons e. containing 240 acres, Lot 1 of section .
course, can only go to such papers as the 11. and lot 1. section 9 34
"to keep and maintain infants" are turn- townshp s. I
ed over to the Society for the Preventionof railway officials deem suitable-and do range 40 e. 55 93-100' acres. Lots 1, 2, WANTED I ask for a share of the public patronage

Cruelty to Children by the board of you suppose that a German official will and 3, and n e } of s e 4, section 15, not a
health. The society investigates the look with favor upon a newspaper that township 34 s, range 40 e, containing Reliable and .Active Men to travel for an and come as a
ventures to criticise 145 90-100 Established House during the summer months.
any: government acres.V 4 of s e 4, antic fatal
moral surroundings of the applicant, and Those who can furnish a horse and give security dictator, asking for your
measures? of s 4 section 25 32
w township s,range preferred. Money advanced monthly to
the board of health looks after the sanitary pay expenses
When Then the railway officials can with- 39 e. containing 120 acres. Lot 8 of A great chance for the right men If courteous treatment,good
arrangements. everything hold the building of a railway in this section 30, and lots 3, 4. 5 and 6, section State age. business experience and to save time
found all is issued. better rend names and address of
right a permit references. No it
neighborhood if they prefer some other; 31, township 32 s, range 40 e, containing attention paid to postal cards. Never mind about goods and low figures
that is lost
at point sight they can make rates of freight different 169 62-100 acres. Lots 1, 4, 5 and 6. sending stamp tor reply. Address"BUSINESS,"
I of, and the board of health or the Children's from one point to another without refer- section 3, township 34 s, range 40 e, con- Box 11,Richmond Va. 9.3maT'0 the candidate for

society may know no more abou 193 93-100 Lot 3 of
taining acres. sec.
ence to the mileage the
; they can depress OUR READERS.
the place or the number of babies kept trade of one place and make trade brisk 14, and lot 1, section 23. township 34 s, public ,

there or the way they are treated than the in another if they choose and sometimes range 40 e.. containing 59 52-100 acres. Malaria or Ague Surely Cured! then I'm
emperor of Morocco. Safety for the lives ; Terms, cash. Purchaser pays for In this broad assertion, we speak not falsely.but
of these unfortunate waifs can only bo they may be tempted to do so to state positively! that these and all miasmatic
show people how much safer it is to vote title.Dated poisons can be radically driven from the system elected.Yours .
relied upon in the regular institutions for representatives in the 3rd day of September, A. D. and a permanent care guaranteed. Thousands of
where the utmost care that tender nurses* government par- 1S88. ironiccase, whose UttimoniaJt kr endtncf, have
liament than for Liberals. Of course the WALTER S. GRAHAM been cored by our infallible remedy which
,aided by the most approved scientific appliances con. anxious to please
government does not; intend to do this, Commissioner. lain neither quinine arsenic,or anything injurious. ,
can give, is administered. Full treatment.fret by old physician of highest
but it is done officials and
The utmost efforts of the police authori-. by government ARTHUR F. S. WILLIAMS, standing also trial remedy tent on receipt of address -
the does not care to look too toASAHEL
tics the Children's to Solicitor for Administrators cum tcrti- ,
: or society prevent closely into the matter. MEDICAL JjrBEAU.2 EZOADWAT, N.Y. :Rags
; abuses in the system thus. far havefaile mento onnexo. 20 93mo. s.

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Who Work the Mill- Cooking;
\f_ : & BUDGE
{Ftthoat Store or Range. EVAPORATORSMILLS

, -Wheat is the chief food In Northern l

, gh rice and coarser grains Dealers in
teal J&rgely used. Very early in the
are "the sound of the grinding is

be .fd"fDg in the houses of the natives GEORGIA PINE LUMBER ,

Some woman, a servant,a widow, or the And Syrup Makers' Supplu\ .
znctber of the family is grinding wheat

for tbe day's consumption. Sometimes SHINGLES AND LATHS.
r women work the mill, which is a
. twO but serviceable contrivance, withintfjejneans For Catalogue and Copy of Sorghum

, of most families. The coarsely Grower's Guide, address
flour is kneaded with water into General Barcl-vvare -.
a mass of stiff dough, covered with a CHAPMAN & CO.,, MADISON ID l

; pieced I Meanwhile muslin the and men set,away.having repeated Sash Doors and. Blinds ; Stoves Tinware and Crockery. THE 'j I

j the prayer to the sun at the exact moment ,
; of its rising, go to their daily avo
cations. The children if they wish, re- AUTOMATICSELFSKIMMING
ceive: a little food that was left over from PAINrTS: ; AN'D OILS, ,

' the dinner of the previous evening, and

.: go to school or to play in the court yard. Refrigerators Water Coolers Ice Cream Freezers
The women'make the rooms tidy, bathe t
and await the return of the
and dress,
; jnen. About noon they come, bathe by Screen Wire, Screen Windows, Screen-Wire Doors. AND q

the well in the court yard, and perform 1 1t
worship by placing a little food or a
flower before the family idol burning a POWDER AT NEW YORK PRICES. Perpetual t

little incense and muttering a few 1

prayers, after which they repair to the TITUSVILLEI1'LORIDA. AND THE
place set apart and consecrated to thesacred -
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;, act of eating. They Bit on chest the TROPICAL AND SUB-TROPICAL FRUITS AND FLOWERS. Improved Victory Cane
floor with their knees near the TITUSVILLEI
'wearing only a single garment wrapped Egyptian Queen Pine Slips.
about them, which they wash themselves I OUR SPECIALTIES.Also .
BO that it shall not be contaminated by
the touch of a man of low caste. Their FURNITURE STORK I Meal, Tobacco Stems, Cotton-seed Meal; Cow Peas & Fertilizers. Portable Soda Fountains.B

other garments must not be worn when CATALOGUE MAILED FREE. TERMS CASH. ., Prices Low and Goods
eat because they have been defiledin
they this way. I I JOHN JJ. ilEAGH Indian River Nurseries, East Melbourne, Fla. NOTICE TO THE

A metal plate is given to each man, a

Iota, or metal cup, filled with water is .A. Frosctier ] S. Line J
his side and the JYJallory
placed by women bringthe If you have any
food and serve it out to their lords
and masters. In the hot season a woman PROPRIETOR. NEW YORK AND FLORIDA.FROM OLD

twirls one of the huge fans, or punkahs, '
in deft manner, creating a little NEW YORK CITY FROM FERNANDINA, Such
a very :lsCHAIRS
breeze in the close hot room. When the
men have finished and gone out to take Parlor Suites, YORK, BOSTON AND PHILADELPHIA. ,

their usual whiffs at the hookah the The Iron Steamships STATE OF TEXAS, CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, RIO .
women bring in the rest of the food and I GRANDE, compose the Florida Service. SOFAS,
eat their breakfast by\themselves. Bed Room Suites
Rates between Florida aid A'ew York
Passage always: ,
They cook without the aid of a stove I
the Lowest.Rates .
or range, and generally without even a Beds Mattresses of Freight always Low as Competing Lines. PIANOS, -tI
Two three sets of chulhas
chimney. I Early Morning Train Every Thursday from points on J. T. & K. W. Railway BUREAUS
which are merely little standards built of ,
connects with steamer same day at Fernandina.
brick or mud,are in one corner of a little ,
kitchen. The little kettles rest upon Springs, I SCHEDULE.

them. Fires of small sticks are kindledin Steam&hips sail from Fernandina every Thursday p. in., after Or any other Furniture that you wi

these chulhas whenever wanted, the And everything in the FURNITURE arrival of trains from South Florida, and 9:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. trains from Jack- RE-VARNISHED AND t I
food is cooked quickly, and the fire immediately sonville, as follows : II
line. Call and the New Stock I
extinguished. Flat cakes, see CITY OF SAN ANTONIO: Captain Wilder.Thursday, Aug. 2nd Call on the undersigned, at the
flattened out in the hands, are made of just received. STATE OF TEXAS, Captain Williams.Thursday, 9th of Main Street, Titusville, where "
the wheaten dough and baken on an iron CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder..Thursday, 16th can have all or any of the above arti ]
plate over the fire first on one side, thenon Keeps full supply of metallic aud wooden STATE OF TEXAS, Captain William?..Thursday, 23rd made to look as. well as New; or "

the other. It is reckoned a nice ao- CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder.Thursday, 30th call at residences when work can not
complishmeat to do this "just right," i. Coffins, Cases and Caskets. SOUTH-BOCXD-Steamships sail from New York, Pier No. 21,E. li., foot of Fulton street every Friday, i moved. Also all kinds of

e.,to lure the cakes perfectly baked, but Funerals attended if desired. All orders at July 3 p.m.6th. as, 13th follows 20th: 27th; August 3rd 10th.17th, 24th 31st; September nth, ]14th 21st 28th. I Sign Painting a specialty.
not burnt. executed and at #?-Direct all Freight via Mallory Steamship Line trom PUT No. 21 E. R., New York. "
promptly reasona- R. :E.NOX.Titus'ilIe
With these cakes, or chapatis, they rates Embalming done. 22 information Special obtained.Agents are located at principal points through Florida, where tickets can be secured an. W .

serve stewed vegetables or a pulse, caller ..--'tate.room8 and berths secured in advance from Jacksonville and Fernandina ofllce.Trains Fin. .
daL highly seasoned and enriched with ..- from F. R. & N. R'y. run directly to chip's side at Fernandina. 1 '1
ghi, or boiled butter, or oil. Their only KSAny further information can be obtained from
J. M. CUTLER, Passenger Agent corner Bat aud Hogan streets, Jacksonville, Fla. NOTICE.
beverage is cold water. They use no Geo. B. Rumph. R. W. SODTUWICK Agent Fernaudino, Ha. Gainesville Fla.
china H. H. RAYMOND, General Traveling Agent LAND OFFICE at 1
glass, spoons, knives, forks or
chopsticks. They convey food to the A FULL LINE OF I C. H. MALLORY & CO.,, General Apnts, Pier 20 E. R. M YORK CITY. Notice is hereby given July that 30 the, 18S8. .I
mouth with the hand
right alone using notice of
ing-named settler has idled
pieces of the flat cakes as spoons to scoopup GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. I intention to make final proof

the stewed pulse. At the eveningmeal his claim,and that said proof will be

they have a little more variety; rice I before A.A.Stewart,clerk Circuit
in some form, perhaps with a curry offish : bu 1 Titusville. Fla.. on Sept. 2Stli, 1SSS. \1Sh1'j
or vegetables, and a dessert of fruitor Chas. H. )[. Evans, of Micro. :Fla. I)
sweetmeats. They are extremely fondof e? 2119 for the lot C Sec. 30 Tp. 29 S. 1:
Sfeetmcat.and have them in great Aj E.
variety. made of rice lIe names the following witncs- '
They are sugar, ; .J ,' ':
flour, butter, cocoanut and other fruit. \ prove his continuous residence /
Borne kinds are very good; but most of 1 I 4' and cultivation of, said land viz: ..
them are too heavy and oily to be digest- William Hindle. Joseph Paine. ,
i / eph Williamson, and William
ible.Some women smoke tho hookah, and all of Micco, Fla. '

all of them chew pan a large portion of S. C. TUCKEU. I
the time. This is composed of betelnut,

a little shell lime, car mon seeds, etc., IVOTICE. I
wrapped in a pungent leaf. After chew- f II
ing this awhile a blood red juice escapes RIES jR tsFINELINEN FOR Aug. 18th 1SSS. } I
which colors the teeth and mouth in a
Notice is hereby given that the
very unpleasant manner.-Mrs. E. J. .
J. BIRNEA Ul.VL lowing-named settler has filed
Humphrey in Demorest's :Magazine.The .
his intention to make final proof In I
port -of his preemption claim, and
Montagnals of Canada.It said proof will be made before A.
is a significant fact that, although Stewart. clerk of Circuit Court at
even the faintest trace of Indian's blood THE ONE PRICE CLOTHIER. ville, Fla.. on Oct. 9th, ISSS, ,. If;
predominates over that of the more ROBERT BUIST'S William II. Wade, ot Palm Bench,

effeminate yet conquering blood of Europeans Fresh Garden SeedsSold 2130. for the east i of north-east J
: yet the pure blooded Indians have east i of south-east quarter, section
almost disappeared, while the half breeds at Philadelphia Retail Prices. Will township 44 south range 43 east.

now compose the Canadian tribes. The make special orders and prices to He names the following
disappearance: of the Indians must be dueto parties wanting seedsin prove his continuous residence
some psychological influence rather bulk. and cultivation of said land viz:
than to adverse material conditions. John L. Highsmith, of Lake
Even any Geo. B. Rumph. Fred. S. Dewey of Palm Beach; Jo
here, under the best attainable relations -
Jenkins of Palm Beach; Olai:
Titusville, Fla.
with civilization and the least Fla.
sen. of Hypolnxo,
possible change of habits, they are diminishing 19 S. C. TUCKER,Re
: about as fast as our abused
tn es. Scrofula and smallpox are their PORTER & POTTER NOTICE. (

most diseases and ,
common they injure
LAND OFFICE at Gaipesville, Fla.

their overloading health on by the unnecessary carries, inordinate exposure, Dealers C1yde'sNeYork Charleston &FloridaS. Line.The August 25, 18SS. }
Real Estate .
Resting and fasting, and excessive labor Notice is hereby given that the
settler has filed notice of
All running down reindeer and
and their losses are not made up by moose their; Lake Worth, Dade Co., Fla. Elegant Steamers of this Line are appointed to sale intention to make final proof In

trash families. of FROM: J AOE.SONVILLE.SIDllSOLE : : : ol his claim, and that said proof will
Late Worth, Florida In the most tropical part made before Circuit Judge, or in
Sickness is much dreaded, and if one the State. It lies parallel with the ocean beach, isJ New Thursday, Aug. 9th, 6:00 a m '
is ( ) absence clerk of Circuit Court, at
or two miles long,of an average width of one mile
die in a place any one else who is"disposed connected with the ocean by an inlet and is nowhere CHEROKEE,(New).-. Thursday,Aug. 16th, 12:30 p m ville, Fla., on October 12th, 1888,
thinks he also is to die, and over three-quarters of a mile from the ocean. SEMINOLE,. (New). Thursday, Aug. 23rd, 6:30 a m Elbert B. Carter, of Mims, Fla., II.

the: others gather about and express theme The flishing.blue fish and tea hunting trout,barracnta cannot be, aheephead excelled,pompano and- CHEROKEE,(New). Thursday, Aug COth, ll:30a m 10332, for the N. E. quarter, of S.

opinion. Those writers err who as- other fine fish being easily caught bj trolling or FROM: I 'ERIlTANDINA: : quarter, and lots 1 and 2, section
Bert that insanity and deformity are unJtnown with a net Deer and wild turkey are plentiful township 20 s, range 35 e.

among them; they have a super- the pine which woods lie west beyond of Lake the Worth.chain of Beautiful fresh water cocoanut Every Sunday AfternoonAfter He names the following '

that an evil spirit is taking posses- lakes groves are in bearing all alone the shores of arrival of the prove his continuous residence upon,
*oa of such persons, change them intoa the lake and guavas.mangoes, sapadillos, alligator cultivation of, said land, viz.:
supernatural creature that will wander pears,sugar apples Spanish limes, Jamaica apples, FLORIDA RAILWAY AND NAVIGATION CO.'S THAIS James Coachman.. Robert

about the woods and devour men. They maumee tamarinds sapotas, coffee.,gcosberry almonds trees dates figs, oranges apples Leaving Jacksonville at 2:45 p. m. Moses ,V. Thompson Richard

"jerefore strangle the demented and many limes,lemons,citron and all kinds of tropical fruits 5th DELAWARE Sunday Aug. 19th all of Mims, Fla.
here. This is the most DELAWARE Sunday Aug.
the ill and flowers are doing finely I 26th S. C. TUCKER, Rcgi
g formed.-C. H. Farnham inCarper's eastern part of Florida. being 100 miles east of the YEMASSEE Sunday.Aug. 12th |YEMASJsEE Sunday. Aug.
Magazine longitude of Jacksonville This brings the Gulf Steam ers are appoint to sail from Pier 29, East River,New York NOTICE.
the land here than at other
to any
Seaweed is made l:1top3pcrwhicht part Stream of the nearer coast, and thus insures the most even I Every, Tuesday and Friday at 3 o'clock, P. M. ()n Monday the 1st day of October
now of place in the United States. A
temperature any The and accommodations are unsurpassed. Every attention will be I will to Hon. Minor S. Jones,
? be torn and which takes the place large acreage is pot in garden truck evel'1winter.from freight passenger apply
to 20.000 bnehels of early tomatoes being given business entrusted to tliis line. Judge of Brevard county, Fla..for
window 15,000
glass Direct all shipments from New York via Clyde's Florida Line, Pier29, East River.
crown every year, which bring trom 1.50 to information to to quit claim the interest of Texas
For further
Good hotels stores and w>stnfiicts
bnsheL '
$5.00 per J. A. STEAD Agent, J. A. LESLIE Agent, field, a minor, in and to the
Electric convenient. It**of all sizes and prices
light ia cakes of ice is a are W. Jacksonville Fla.
above firm who have almost all of Fernandina,Fla. S3 nay SU real estate In said county:The!
Jfjelty for the illumination of ballrooms .genre d by the TIIEO. G. EGER Traffic Manager WM. P. CLYDE & CO., GK 'L ACTS., 22
land to sell I'arties busing now..m. in a i of section ,
abroad.Nothing the best 35 Broadway N.Y. 12 South Wharves,Philadelphia 35 Broadway,N.Y J'of southeast
short time more than double,the all purchase on money Lake F. M. IRONMONGER, Jr.,General Traveling Agent. JactsonTille.Florida. 21 south, range 34 east.
S 10 fronting
: from to acres
Lots range
succeeds like another man's Worth. Prices from $SO to $2OO an acre. Anyone Since last season VENTILATORS have been constructed on the iron steamers for the W. S. BELL, : 1 1i
l access.--New York Post. wishing further information enclose. stamp to the better transportation of Oranges and Vegetables. 'Titusville, Fla., Aug. 22,1SS8. i

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LOCAL LACOXICS. -We learn from parties arriving here I The Concert Last \lglit.Wager's Advice to Mothers --
Oliver & Budge say Georgia pine from down the river that Jupiter inlet is Mrs.WrssLow's Sooxmxo STBCP: should always FOR SALE.
I Hall was crowded its ut- be used when children are cutting teeth. It re- A tract of land
lumber speaks! for itself. closed entirely; that the sand extends lierei the little ruffererat once;itproducesnatoral, on Indian Hirer inti.
; most capacity )last night by the peopleof quiet;a1eepand the UWe cherub awakeu."bright county of Brevard. consisting
-Mr. and Mrs. Charles Magruder, of across the mouth of the old' inlet. Thisis Titusville and vicinity and the dele- aootbes M a button.the It is very pleasant to taste. It acres; it being lot *o.3, and south of kS

Brantley, are visiting town this week. a serious drawback to the small boats gates in attendance at the Convention. regulates ehddsoftenethegumsallayeaupaln bowels and to the best known remedy, of the northeast quarter of seetioa3j
for diarrhoea, whether arising from and lot No. 3, being
coming up from Lake Worth and return- teething or the
-Mrs. Chas. Rhodes, who has been on Everyone was well pleased with the exercises other causes. Twenty-flye cents a bottle ter of the northwest southwest :

a short visit to friends, returned to town ing there. It is said, also, that Lake on the programme, and quite a J. PKITCHARD,President. 3G, both in townships quarter south of section

Thursday.Mr. Worth inlet is in a bad condition. What number of the parts were loudly encored. W. M. BROWN,Cashier. east. This is a very desirable, range piece in
we need is an appropriation from Con- hammock soil of rich of
C. J. Hector came up to town The curtain rose at eight o'clock, dis- INDIAN RIVER BANK. for the raisins, of all quality, suitable
gress to improve the navigation of these tropical fruits
and playing a beautifully-de ted situated I.
on Saturday returned Melbourne inlets stage, at the Narrows,
and near Knew
Monday.The. I keep them open during the .I and the march of the Broom Brigade- Titusville, Florida.A office. Will sell cheap for cash. post-For
only firm on Indian River that season.. consisting of the young lads and lasses of GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRAM particulars address
-Even the :Seminole; our town dressed in E 31. LOW.
:: Indians are rap- picturesque uni- SACTED.
lumber and
Georgia pine no other is Sept. 3. BrocktonllGRAND
Oliver & Budge.Mr. idly "catching on" to the improvements form-made the opening feature. Exchange bought and soM. Special ami .

of the age. Only a few days ago a partyof Miss DeCantillon Ronald, the captain, I, negotiated prompt attention on first given mortgage to collections.for Savings Loans VIEW
G. W. Mackenzie,with his usual lianks, ROTE L
Indians while at Melbourne had the showed that her company was well drilled est allowed on time deposits.S1OOOOO and Individuals.. Inter- ;
good taste, decorated Wager's Hall for
good luck to sell some of their stock cat- in Broom tactics, and when the word"fire" TITUSVILLE
Church concert last night.Dr. TO LOANOn FLA.
tle and as the delay of waiting until they wasgivenseconded by the "boom" -0--

W. L. Hughlett, wife and child,' could return to St. Lucie was too great from the mouths of the little folks, a First-class Real Estate. The most

were in town last Friday evening on their they accordingly telegraphed to St. Lu- loud applause was sent forth by the aud- Advances made upon available collateral. centrally located Hotel in City

return from a visit to Sanford. cie to have the squaws go out and hunt ience. Miss Ronald recited "Marion's: Approved business paper discounted. NEW HOUSE.-0--J. .

; -Mrs. Jarvis and her sister, :Miss Har- up the cattle, so they could deliver them Men" with great credit to herself ; and Drafts.Business on all done parts at of Jacksonville Europe. rates. EVERY RESPECT.IRSTCL.IX

rison, of Cocoa, came up on the steamer with less delay on their return. the several different songs by the Choir Every favor,consistent with sound Open all the year round. Table Unsurpassed.

last night, and left for Sanford to-day. -The Dade county delegation arrived and Company were also well rendered. banking cheerfully extended. Bath Rooms Free.

Oliver and Budge don't advertise here last Saturday evening, being among "Abandoned Troop Hor e" was nicely Jacksonville CORRESPONDENTS, Fla.; The: Bank Seaboardationa of Jacksonville, Rates, i2.eO & 3.00 per Dal..l .

Georgia pine lumber and sell Florida. the first to arrive to take part in the con- recited by Miss Katie Pritchard, who Bank New YOlk. SPECIAL RATES PER WEE);.

They fell nothing but Georgia yellow vention called and convened yesterday. in Iso took part with Miss Jennie Altree A. L. Hatch & Son J. A. MILLER, Proprietor.
the ,
pine. singing song, "I'd Choose to be aDaisy.
:Messrs. J. A. McCrory, :Ed. Pent, Ferd. -

-Mr. Booth, of Brantley, who has Bostick are from Miami ; Messrs. P. Lennon ." The costumes of these young DKALEIJSIN INDIAN RIVER ART GALLERY

been spending a few months in Georgia, J. A. Harp, J. M. Burke, Ab. ladies were very pretty and attractive.The DRY GOODS NOTIONS
returned last night, having spent a very Wilder, T. A. Jones, from Lake Worth ; "A. B. C. duet, by Mrs. Turner FICKEXS: TUUXEK

pleasant time. and Mr. John Roberts, from Kobe's and Mr. Atkinson, caused the house to Hardware ,
roar, and nothing would do, but Crockery, Saddlery, Photographer
-Mr. W. C. C. Branning was down Sound. They are nine in number, and they Stationery, Family Medi ,
are ninety and nine for must repeat it. Mrs. Turner's high Views on East Coast and Indian Ricer
from Oak Hill for a day or two last Ewan for State cines, Garden SebJs,
Senator. soprano voice was well adapted to the a Specialty.Has
week, but returned again 10 his
family piece, and she took her part remarkably CHOICE GROCERIES the only Authorized PHOTOGRAPH
who are at there. OF PRESIDENT
present residing CLEVELAND
lIajorVescott, of the Coast Canal veil, while Mr. Atkinson's bass voice
The Board of County Commissionershold Company, arrived here with the steamer suited the comic part of the "broken- Hay, Corn, Mapes Fertilizers. travels.that has Orders ever been by mail made receive during their

their regular meeting this week, "Denney" last Friday and stopped over English student." CITY POINT,, FLORIDA. attention. 49-! prompt
...... mo.
but owing to of other local until the T"t. --
a press matterwe following morning. With him .I.\JlSS Ltuel Humph always recites wen,

have deferred publishing the proceed were the contractors and surveyors of the and this was the case in her "Entertainng WE CALL THE ATTENTION

ings until next week. Coast Canal Co. They are on their i Sister's Beau." '
way Of the people of Indian River to our stock of Good
-The only firm that carries to Lake Worth to look after the openingof which ,
a complete "Courtship under Difficulties, a dialogue we are offering at very close margin.
stock of Georgia pine lumber, sash, the canal leading from Lake Worth by Miss Lena Gardner and Masters We make a specialty of t

doors and blinds, and hardware, paints creek to little Lake Worth, which lies at Bragging and Knox, was exceedingly

and oils, and all material needed in a the head of Lake Worth proper. They : laughable; its greatest tendency was to Groceries Grain Hay and Flour

building on Indian River are at Oliver expect to dredge through the sawgrass destroy the hearing of the audience. i ,

and Budge's.Mr. leading from Lake Worth rapids to Lake The duet, "LarbomlVatch," was On which we will give special inducements. We ,
Worth distance carry a large stock of
A. B. Mason, Vice-President of a of about three or four ung by Mrs. Turner and Mr. Atkinson! GENT'S

the J. T. & K. '\T. Railway Co., arrived miles within the next few months. Although the latter had a bad cold, contracted FURNISHING GOODS BOOTS AND SHOES HATS AND CAPS ETC.,

here Monday evening, and went down i -The little steamer, Telephone, which during the day, the duet was Which we their are offering at low figures. Those needing shoes will find it greatly to
interest I
to give us a call as we are selling shoes low.
the river on the Georgiana on Tuesday was mentioned in the STAR last week, sung very nicely. We will be pleased to quote prices at time.very

morning. He was accompanied by a has been fumigated and anchored on the "The Red Bandana," a topical cam- E. L. Ba.ADY: c any BR.O.THE : .

few of his friends. east side of the river as it was thoughtshe paign'song, by the Misses Norwood and

-We learn, through Capt. Fulton, might have come here direct from Gardner, was vociferously applaudedand SIMPLEST
that Capt. Zellers is doing fairly well Jacksonville. We learn that she is owned encored. It took well with the dele THE BEST.

with the exhibition of his manatees aNew t by' Mr. D. McConville, who is an of gates and political men.

York. He has to send to Indian ficer .in the Treasury Department rt Miss Lizzie English recited with con

River, occasionally; though, for their Washington, who had her brought here siderable exactness and piquancy one of

native grass to feed on. I. for his private use. The intention was "Caudle's Curtain Lectures." She was

to bring her outside from St. Augustine, encored and responded with a partial r e-
J. A. Durst
-Mr.; pioneer well-sinker
petition. i s
but, on account of heavy weather and
of Florida,is prepared to drill for arte
the fact that her hull is not very high The concert closed with the song "God
sian wells, or surface wells, and to at I -
above the water, it was deemed best to be with you till we meet again."
to all artificial
irrigation, hydraulic
bring her around via rail. About $55 were the receipts of the TROYWIND
rams, etc. Mr. Durst is now operatingat
evening, so we are informed. _
Titusville. Address box -:Mr. A. L. Hatch who has
211, Titus- charge of The concert ___
was given under the
vile, Fla. the new Sub-Tropical pamphlet, was in
of :Mrs. Rumph, to whom
-:Mr. Ge ,. M. Robbins returned to town on Monday, awaiting the action of praise is due. MILLHas

town on Thursday evening, after a the Board of County Commissioners i in .

lengthened visit to Point Caswell, N. C. regard to getting up the same. The Garden Seodf less pieces and runs

Mrs. Robbins remains at the above placea pamphlet, this year, will be larger than Just received, in bulk, a fresh, newcrop easier than any mill

little longer. Mr. R. says about forty last year, and will be an edition of 10,000 of garden seeds in cabbage, beans, made. .

quarantine inspectors asked for his health copies instead of 5,000. Next week we cucumber, raddish, tomatoes, squash,

certificate from Waycross to this place. will print Mr. Hatch's address to the cauliflower, celery, and many other vari--

business men of the river, soliciting theiraid eties. Have contracted for 100 bushelsof .,
-The Board
of Health of
our county ,,1. ;:-. ...
in the way of advertising. He will, Early Rose, Snow Flake, and Red \J!: :.3.' t" I: o
decided, a few days V. : :.'' .
ago, to admit ,tJ ,1'lirlrrtr ff ft'J'J.;:_..
also, send circular Chili seed '
freight from the city of Jacksonville.This a printed to this effectto potatoes. This is first-class BassMills ; .I ;

all our business men, and we hopethey seed stock. Ready for delivery Novem
a step that has been decided on
will all respond in a manner ber 15th, 1888. Engage what Derricks
by most all of the counties in South commensurate stock you Pumps Tanks

Florida. All our provisions, groceries I, with their business. Every: want now, as prices will be higher. ,
merchant and dealer, at least, should be Prices on all seeds at Philadelphia retail
etc., come from Savannah, Charleston and Pipe Work in
put complete and warranted. Pipe and fittings on
and New represented by a card in this pamphlet. quotations. 203mGeo.
short notice. Pumps of all kinds furnished and

-We hope our readers will overlook B. Rumph.Ducklen's For the next ninety days, where cash accompanies order, I repaired.h a well
I Josephine's Ultra Luxurious Habits. for S40., or well and force numn for S/S2.
any typographical that
errors may be Arnica Salve.

noticed in the STAR this week, the editor poleon's The Empress wife, was Josephine a woman, the of great the most Na The best salve in the world for cuts, Call on or address JOHN MYERS,

being iu attendance at the County Con ultra luxurious habits. Four to six times a bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever 12 Box 208, TITUSVILLE FLA.

vention. One or two articles have been day did she change her dress, and she sores, tetter chapped hands, chilblains,

deferred until next week, one of these being never twice assumed any plain gown. corns and all skin eruptions' and posi
Her weekly allowance of tively cures piles, or no pay required. ROBBINS & GRAHAM
a description of the trial of the five four dozen of silk: in summer stockings, and was in It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac- ,

colored men at Melbourne. winter two dozen of French silk hose tion or money refunded. Price 25 cents .-t;)
Messrs. Vinson and and three dozen of the finest English per box. For sale by all drug stores in -

just completed Laney have cotton stockings. As for gloves an< Titusville, and on Indian River. REAL ESTATE
a large desk for the use shoes, Mme. Bonaparte used three BROKERS & LOAN AGENTS
of our County Clerk, A.A. Stewart and dozen Quarantine Notice.
pairs a week, and sho never wore ,.. .
his deputy. It is made entirely of yellow any stockings that had been washed, nor Quarantine is hereby declared by this

pine, and although not quite as donned more than once the samo pair o f Board against Jacksonville surrounding
pleasing in appearance as black walnutor gloves or shoes. The lace frills of her points. Persona intending to visit LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD.
chemises cost $10 apiece. Every three Dade County should
cherry, it is equally as serviceable.We months she exchanged her diamonds and unexceptional health certificates, Loans Negotiated on First Class Security at from 12 to 24 per cent.

learn from Mr. John H. Sams, other jewels, or had them newly set, according as otherwise they may be subjected to Choice lots in
our County School superintendent that to the mutations of fashion. detention or annoyance. rapidly growing Towns, will net investors 100 percent
there Once a month, too, all the domestics For the Board of Health of Dade Co., months.
are three schools still in session in in Residence lots in
Josephine's household received 'fresh Fla. Titusville from $20 up to $1000.
our county-one on the west side and liveries, and every thirty days her ward RICHARD B. POTTER, M.D., Pres. Business lots from $250 to $2,500.
two on Indian River.: Notwithstandingthe robe was divided among her maids o f Lake Worth, Fla., Aug. 1'5, 1888.

slight criticism which generally falls had honor.four,Of with these an equal toilets number the court of lady sets ARE Agents for Florida Southern Railway Lands
upon an in
we of
jewelry-one for the Tuileries
feel that Mr. Sams has labored earnestlyand for St. Cloud, one for Malmaison and, one one Cough,Bronchitis Asthma,Indigestion!Use More than 3,000,000 Acres of Choice Lands, located in ncarlre\"cz
in the'State
hard for the welfare for traveling. By has PARKER'S cored GINGER of toe fONIO wtthoue de1q. tt county suitable for Farming Grazing, Fruit
o our school, touching certain many wont eaae*and it the best remedy
and he may, probably, be renominatedby springs she could command for her bath : arising for all affections from impure of the blood throat and and exhaustion.lanes and The disease feeble* Growing-Pine, Cypress and Cedar Timber, price $1 per Acre and
and tack upwards.P.
what perfumes her struggling against disease and slowly
required to ,
to the
the convention.We graTe Will ta many cases hOOTer thetrllea1tb by I
mix with the water, the reservoirs always the timely nse of Parker's Ginger Tonic but delay is dan 0. Box 250 Titusville
gerous. Take it in time. It u invaluable for all I Florida.A. .
are just in receipt of a postal containing 12,000 francs' worth of the and disorders of atoaudt and bowel too.at ift-aggUU.pains
from Mr. W. S. Webb finest odors. By touching other
stating that for springsa A. STEWART
GEO. M. S.
gallery pictures and ,
the prints of I I TITUS HOUSE
twentieth and last
time he writes a gay and vivacious i character made its I I Clerk Circuit Court. Atty. at Law. M' D.
for our town'to send TITUSTILLE FLOR'DA'
an exhibit of our appearance: and where she wished to ,

products for his rolling car, via Fernan- leave her bath eho had but to touch a I BREVARD ABSTRACT OF TITLE COMPANY.

dina to New York, on either the Mallory boll when, by a mechanical contrivance, PLEASANT LOCATION.
she was lifted into an elegant REASONABLE '
or Clyde lines of steamers. At moderately RATES. Complete Abstracts fireyard
of In
present warmed and perfumed bed, where she Title furnished to all land
family are stopping at Providence -
vas nicely dried. Then by another county, Florida.
R. I., rusticating before the roll contrivance, she was lifted mechanical Special arrangements by the week or
ing car commences its journey, sometime toi on month. Titles Examined "Perfected.
during the month. t;pleuid clastic sofa which glided into 19 and
present the adjoi.133: boudoir. Once Week.. MRS S. A. SINGLETON
Proprietress Box 25O, Titusville, Fla.

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