The Florida star

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The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
S.W. Harmon
Creation Date:
October 11, 1888


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
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Situated on the banks of the Indian River, Titusville in Brevard County was settled in 1867 by a former Confederate officer, Henry Theodore Titus, and his wife, Mary Hopkins Titus. The town was incorporated in 1887, by which time it was already famous for its citrus and pineapple crops. The arrival of the Florida East Coast Railroad in 1892 laid the groundwork for a tourist industry as well. The Florida Star and later the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle provide a diary of these developments. The Florida Star was a weekly newspaper published by P.E. Wagner from 1880 to approximately 1882 and later by S.W. Harmon. On November 1, 1912, the newspaper moved from Titusville to Cocoa, Florida. The Florida Star ceased publication around 1917 and was succeeded in turn by the Indian River Star, which operated until 1920. Another Titusville paper, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle began on July 13, 1900, as a continuation of the Indian River Advocate and East Coast Chronicle; the latter had been preceded by both the East Coast Advocate, edited by W.S. Graham, and the Indian River Advocate. In 1920, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle merged with the Indian River Star and was subsequently published under the title of the Star Advocate.
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).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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\ Canaveral. Frank Latham and A.H.Miller returned Lake Worth. .

e. Some more settlers arrived this week I I Friday from their trip to Jupiter. They Xobody frozen yet. Fort Pierce Primary.The Jupiter.

" .j] nth a fine team from Alachua county. report a splendid time, plenty fish and Democratic primary at this placewas Where the lighthouse on the bluff

f,* Oar population is swelling rapidly. oysters and some mosquitoes.The Lake Worth is a full*fiedged money- called to order on the 6th inst. by Casts its rays across the deep,
order office since October 1st. W. W. Layport, of the subcommittee While
:. Captain Wilson made his returns 6f river and creek have been alive keeper staid and sober,
'I ; registration last week showing a gain of with fish lately. Anglers usually meet Good, cool weather and plenty of rain and L. D. Metts selected chairman, and His lonely watch doth keep.
. are some of our present tropical advant- T. J. DeSteuben, secretary.
about 10 voters over last year. with good success. Mr. F. S. Goodrich, After Where the beauty 06 the land-scape
stating the standing of the De-
e', On account of bad weather our primaries of DeLand,who was present and addressedthe ages.The mocratic Dispels the roam, *. .-
party as to success, and that
attended last Republican convention here had Fleming Club held a rally and In quest of
: were poorly Saturday, a the outlook any pleasures _
elected was very good in the face of
., hardly a third of our voters being present string to show for an hour's fishing. vention.delegates to the Senatorial con- the soreheads, the so-called mixture of Which are not here -at home.

. Jas. M. Knight was elected to at- Major C. E. Graves i is a yeteran fisherman radicals and spoil-Democrats. the Chairman Where the east wind, fresh from

tend the Senatorial convention at Rock- and usually selects only such fish as The Bon Ton arrived in from the B. I. stated that resolutions were in Naval scenes danger and of woe
I and he can handle but R. Sept. 28th with a cargo of supplies for ,
r ledge Capt. Penny M. Wilson Friday they were too order. Loiters, and wooes the odor from
f.. unanimously elected to fill the thick and in spite of his Brelsford Bros.
' were experience the Wheriai, the nominee for State Sena- The wild flowers, loath to go.
,. offices of Justice of the Peace and constable monster crevalle hooked managed to break Messrs. Highsmith. Wade and Gud- tor has declined, and whereas we

:'f ,respectively. his rod, and after a desperate struggle mundson left Oct. 2nd for Titusville on .that he did not accept ; we, the Democrats regret Where the angry billows kiss the beach
escaped.Mr. U. S. land business. -1 And retire with a sigh,
Mr. J. C. Norwood is a guest at the of this precinct, do believe that if Where the scrub fire quickens

".' lighthouse this week. Stevenson' an Ohio gentlemen, From the present outlook-thanks to Mr. Barnes was in a position to accept The bleak northers die.

Gardening is commencing in good ear stopping here for some time past is an in- rabid politicians-there seems to be a such nomination, he would have been

V nest this week and we expect great re- defatigable and very successful angler. good chance for no one to vote this fall. proud to have served them ; and whereasa The crew of the Life-Saving Station

. ; turns. Insects so very troublesome at Master Willie Ely, on Saturday, strucka new convention has been called to overcome the effects off and onerous life,
Thos. A. Jones has
of by
disposed performing
this last have far trout so large that it broke a tine of a nominate a Senator fur this district, on a horizontal bar which
season f o in
year > put the last 40 acres of his homestead to Mr. they have erected. Some of the
strong hand-made Mr. Resolved that boys
spear. our delegates are hereby
no appearance. Robert Walker and will are
probably, leave quite proficient boxers also.
who has been
very successful in this modeof instructed: to vote in said convention
for the B. I. R. at no distant Fish! hundred .
Kan Gallic Items. fishing, lost a spear last week in a similar very day. concord with the representation of Dade aye; thousands of fish.

Vegetables, etc., are being put out on v manner we believe. Master Alex. It is rumored that several men have county, and use all efforts to support the Red-fiMi, blue-fish,. jack-fish, snappers,

the banks of our little river for the com- : Goode is also a proficient in catching fish been put at work on the Jupiter end of best men in the district without regardto sheephead, and .mullet. Since the open-

I lug winter markets. but it i is useless to try to name all the the railway that the J. T. & K. W. Co. I residence, and to use every means to ing of the inlet the river has been teeming .
; Bros successful ones for we would have toname are to build from there to Lake Worth. keep out candidates from nominationthat with every variety of fish indgenous -
S Hodjron have orange and lemon to these waters.. I;
:I trees in blossom. This is considered all who ever fish. Many varietiesare Assistant Keeper D. A. Allen, of Jupiter have been before every convention and of fish cerl lover of.sports
as an edible has
somewhat in advance of the season. caught : West India Barb, Sailor's came down Sept. 26th, and returned to seek office or a political pension ;' and other abandoned
choice, Mangrove Snapper, Sheephead, 27th resolved further that our delegates vote pursuits to go fishing. The
Mr. and Sirs. J. 0. Walton returned having bought 40 acres of plow stands in the half tilled field the
Blacklist, Redfish, Sea trout, Mullet, a land from Mr. Thos A. Jones while for men of good moral habits, personally ,
from a visit to our county town,bringing sound of the carpenter'shamrner i hush-
few Pompano, an occasional Bluefish, here. qualified, and men that will do their '
with them as Mr. Geo. Altree ed. The sweet notes of
a guest, the mocking
Crevalle of Catfish duty towards the
plenty Sharks, some people, and Bach a
of Sanford. The Oaklawn] bird and the vindictive .
House. needs little but plea of the
Sawfish, one of these about 12 feet long man as is free from the 'complaint -
The public school at Eau Gallic is was run ofF from Mr. Valentine's dock the furnishing to be ready for winter called sore-head. are unheeded. The gophernow

now open, and under the management of not long '1'hequeerlookingeedle visitors, and work on the Hotel Lake cautiously issues from its subterra-
ago. Resolved, that we have nothing in com
Hr W. Worth is progressing as fast the neon abode, and goes forth unmolested.The .
Kocsch will doubt as
no improvein fish abound, and, by the way, has anyone mon with such gangs as are called Prohi
numbers and weather will allow. stately palmetto with its tender bud,
attendance the
during ever tried them, they look good enough bition-llemocrnts, or Fleming Club Democrats is secure.-Fish I:

coming term. to eat? some Toadfish are seen but seldom The Idler i is hauled up to have a big on concerns that are only formed Miss Edith CarUn

The steamer, Kathleen, Capt. Harry caught. Up the creek are plenty Mullet hole patched that a conch knocked in} by radical actions to defeat theregular gave a birth-day

Hodgson, in command, left Eau Gallic "'all-c 'ed perch, Bass and Bream. her bottom. While up she will} be Democratic nominees, and further that for party Miss Sept.Edith 29th.,.deters Etiquette me from, and regaidi

on Sunday last, to fill a contract of towing Porpoise are sometimes seen in the river thoroughly overhauled and repainted so we will ratify and support any good men her marring
prospects by her
lumber and logs for the Atlantic and and Manatees up the Banana. Out of as to be ready for the use of the coming nominated excepting Capt. Sharpe. stating MATTHEW age.

Melbourne Railway. such a list it would seem impossible to winter visitors. Messrs. Thos. J. DeSteuben and W. 1 WALKER.Georgiana .

Mr. John II. Mellor, of this place i is miss all, still there are fishing days, but There was a large attendance at Sunday W. Layport were elected delegates to Primary.At .

the Republican candidate for State Sena- when "the wind from the south blows the School on Sept. 30th. Thanks to the convention by acclamation.Mr. the primary held last Saturdays

{ tor. Some of our citizens were under bait in the fish's mouth," and the "sign" the] energy of Mr. J. N. Parker, money V.'. J. McMillan was nominated at this place Mr. Fremont C. Hall wa: *

the impression that Mr. M. was a Prohibitionist IS right, all come in laden with the choic was raised for the purchase of new singing Justice of the Peace without opposition, elected as delegate to the Senatorial convention -
and his est fish from 5 to 35 or 40 pounds weight : and W. Beecher for constable.
pinned faith to neither books for the school, and Secretary with Peter H. Wittfield a** al-
' Bepublicans nor Democrats-but time each, small ones and catfish never count. Geo. .\. Gale ordered them the next Messrs.. D. L. Betts, Alex Bell)), and ternate.

I 01 till tell. The Republican convention was well day. t;W. W. Layport were elected members of ,

TRUTH. attended and a rather exciting sessionwas the sub-committee for this precinct. Call of tljue Republican COitAl)'

1 _--- _-- had Mosquitoes were worse the past week A resolution asked Committee.
as one remarked, he had not hadso was to be brought
' 'Minis. much fun since he came to Florida. : or ten days than they have been before before the meeting to provide for the The members of the above committeeare

! Mrs. Annie Carlile and daughter are There seems to be considerable dissatisfaction this season, but are thinning out very election of a County Commissioner for requested to meet at my officc-at ]i-

1 Spending a few days at Sanford. among the Republicans nt some appreciatively now. In this connectionit the 5th Commissioners' District, by side tttsvilleOct16th tance. on business of im-por-

; Hiss Eunice Harrison, and Mr. Bob Mc- of the parties nominated, and the Prohi would be no harm to say that a private election, which reads as follows : GEO. M. ROBarNasChairman

Collough spent Sunday at Mr. Dicken- bition Democrats expect to gather them' letter from Los Angelos, California, Whereas, the Democratic party in convention Co..<

son's in Auratia. and the dissatisfied Democrats into their "the garden spot of this continent, etc. assembled, at St. Augustine, '

i Work is progressing rapidly on MimsBros fold. One of the American fables is so dated] Sept. 20th says: "\Ve are having adopted in their platform, that this most The Social Party.

t.; packinghouse, the frame work being applicable in a general way to their case, delightful weather now ; cool and pleasant important office of all should be voted Editor o/T/ tide Florida Star:

, up now, I give it verbatim et literatim. Once up but we have plenty of flea and for by the people, and the Democratic DEAR Soa-I was one of the fortunate

4 Mr. and Mrs. Hammond, of Hawthorn on a time a fox, a hare and a serpent, kinds mosquitoes of flies" and After I guess,. all other candidate, by accepting the nomination, ones.w.ha had the pleasure of attending

,Fla., have arrived at Mims for the met by chance beside the brook, and after few words pests.perhaps some folks reading won't those be stands pledged to appoint those sjo elected Messrs, Walton and Durst's party, and

I purpose of settling. They have rented the usual predictions of a hard winter that for County Commissioner Thereforebe I must say it was one of the! best and

!1 Mrs. J. E. Brady's house and will go to and another raise on the price of coal the sorry Florida instead they picked of California out a gardenspotin it resolved, that a voter, casting his largest parties I have been to.ia Florida
after all.SAM. .
fox observed "I vote for the folio Democratic candidates i
house-keeping this week. : just been asked to wing: there being 61 present at ten o'clock. I
take the nomination forgovernor." "AndI shall have a right to vote at the tired
was out at
Miss Beckie Mims has retnrned from one a. m., and thought
't her visit down the river. She ," said the hare, "just overheard myself .. next side election : for Governor, for State I: had had enough for the next three

reports a called the handsomest of my species." Eau Gallic Primary. Senator, for Representative and Congress months, but now I-like else
most everybody
delightful visit, one of her most attracting
"I don't see how this neighborhood could A and enthusiastic 'who
features being her trip to the large meeting of man.Be was present-am read for the next
ocean and get along without me," said the serpentin Democrats was held at the post-office on it further re&iived, that votes so cast social party of the same kind.As .
a plunge in the
j depths. a lofty tone "it is wisdom that shall be so canvassed by them lvesag
j Her favorite since her return has my Saturday last at two p. m., with Mr. this one was such a. success, would
song keeps us all in harmony" A week later John L. chairman not to interfere with the regular ballot it 00 i
t been "A life on the home Caspar as and :Mr. J. asking too much of Messrs. W. and
' ocean wave, a all were dead, and a bear sniffing around E. M. by the su onr.mittee of each precinct, D.
I\ on the bounding Hodgson, as secretary. The meeting or somebody else to start another
' deep"The the spot where they had met observed d : was opened by Chairman makinga and then certified to by them and*fp r... on the same lines?

a; pleasant weather is delightfully cool an "Poor, vain critters I can't find anyone few remarks calling attention of those warded, together with the ballots, to the I may, however, suggest that there be

northern being almost a reproduction of who even remembers their names !" :\[ present to the object tbe meeting, viz.: Chairman of"the Democratic Ex..CountyCommittee more singing and instrumental music

Indian summer. Since the ways al : It's wonderful (in our mind) what avoid to elect delegates to. the Senatorial convention and less dancing next time. Of course

fever* been opened via. Gainesville, and some of us are going to leave be- to elect a Jtsstite of the Peace Be it further resolved, that a copy of nearly everybody admit that the introduction

reports have become more favora'ble hind. To bury all animosity and self-i n and Constable, and a new sub-committee[ these procetdingsbesent to the Editor of of beanbagcards, chefs and

to the northern people are preparing terest and work for the good of the State to replace those whose terms expire on the STAR for publication, and: that we checkers was an excellent move on the

carry out their original plans, and will and success of the party would seem to the Cth of November. thank said Editor for past favors. part of those who engaged the hall and

aoontarn their faces southward. Among be the best to On motion the meeting now adjourned
Messrs. J. T. gratuitously the it
those Stewart, J. T. Snell and gave party ; suited
expected soon are Dr. and Mrs.who U. D'OxoHU. till Nov. 3rd, to make other
, Moon John Houston were elected delegates to those who could not dance, and I am
will stop at Mims en route to meats,
their the convention to be held at confident that when we get such talent
Sebastian .
I Indian River home, also Mr. and Primary.A L. D. METTS,. Chairman.
tors. the 12th inst. Tbe delegates present as Mr. C. Rhoads, Mr. Wager,
l Elliot and daughter, and Mrs. Hy.tUn meeting was held on Oct. 6th at the were: THOS. J. DE.STEUBEX. Mrs.. Turner
Mr. Mitchell
empowered to cast the vote of absentees. others
of Iowa, who will spend the winter above place (formerly Barker's Bluff). who took
Mr. J. E. M. part in the social
Hodgson elected party we can
here was Haulover
and Mr. Barney, of Mass whose The following officers were nominated, Primary.
fcmiliar Justice of the Peace for the 5th district well dispense with "tripping the light
face will be cordially welcomed. viz. : Dempsy Cain for Justice of the At the primary, last Saturday Mess rs. fantastic"
-Eau Gallie-and Mr. Chas. to- the extent as was the case
Peace by a uajority of one in a ballot of as J. D. Vann and Leonard Griffis were
Melbourne. constable. on Monday evening, Oct. 1st If Messrs.
thirteen votes, and Mercia Gibson for elected delegates to the Senatorial Con-
The Ohio is pulled out for Messrs. A. R. Hodgson C. L. Stewart. Walton and Durst give another party I
repairs, constable, by a majority of two in twelve vention. Messrs. E. C. Summerlin T.
painting, etc. votes cast. and Carroll Houston were elected as an b- hope they will remember this suggestionfrom
R. Crook and Dx F. Buky were electedas
I Orange groves, gardens, shrubbery and The following gentlemen were elected committee for the ensuing term. sub-committee for the
I flowers are growing finely: the Democratic Ex. Com., viz. : W. J. Resolved that we instruct our delegatesto ensuing term; Yours, etc.,
I Knight, D. P. Gibson and S. Kitching. 'V m. Walton was elected for Justice of
After the the Senatorial convention to SOCIAL P A.Rnnegro .
long continued rains the beadThrough a misunderstanding of date we support the Peace, and Jas. Dardis as constable.
**"*l weather of Sunday was enchanting. omitted to elect a delegate to the convention a man that will support Hon. Wilk. Calla A was dangerously shot with a

In Crane Creek for the nomination of the State to be his own successor in the U. S. aialabar Primary.At musket
harbor are the W ji- at Daytona week before last.
d rer, Oyster Boy Lizzie H. Senator. ate.Ordered the last The would-be murderer is unknown.
Kelpie, primary, Saturday, Mr. E.
Aimeless The most amusing feature that occurred that the minutes of this meeting -
Flirt, Adelaide Lady Bediord B. Arnold was elected Justice of the I Judge of Lakeland
'wrence during the meeting was, that after be published in the Titusville STand Cowdrey, caught
"tr. Cleona and Mrs. W's man-u f- Mr. D. P. Gibson's nominee was defeatedby "r the Melbourne Neva. LE Peace, and J. W. Boone for constable.For an alligator about seven feet long in Mir

ballot, be caused quite a sensation by sab-eommttteeMessrs. E. B. Arnold, ror Lake the other day with a hook and
that his nomminee should After few pleasant and
be greetings
Parser insisting remarks G. W.
r Dickens Washburn and C. W. Arnold. line.
returned from
to a trip declared elected anyhow. He became so from some of the prominent .

nt Enterprise last Thursday. Our assiaJ vehement in his declaration that he even Democrats present, and pledging their Melbourne It seems strange that in these days of
J POStmaSter Mr. went so far as to doubt the veracity of Primary.
W. H. Adams taker depression of business
R bh 18 place the officers present, and wished everyman support to the nominee of the delegateson At the primary at this place last Sat generally that the
: as postal clerk during his his the Cth of November next the Florida iron and wood works generally
l eeoce to expose vote by separating meeturday, C.-J. Hector was chosen delegateto
and for him to count are receiving more orders and
i standing ing was adjourned and separated. Senatorial convention inquiries
Messrs. with S, F.
John Rose, ohas Boiling, I 4- C. FORD,Sec JNQ. E. M. HODGSON, Secretary. Gibbs as alternate. Ja than season they* have at any time before this





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not'think any change "prices::; will icult Becker, aged 16, was driving a truck I .
TARIFF REFORM THE WAR CRT. from the conference. There will' be BLAINE IN NEW YORK. I loaded with fireworks yesterday after FIGHTING AT SUAKIM. I
no effort made to bring about'anv new
theuddenly exploded. Beforehe
legislation in regard to the liquor :noon. I
I could his clothing caught fire
:New York. escape
Blaine to Stump Michigan THE
ind hf was seriously unfortunate -
The Old<< Roman to Speak at Fort I
Wayne-Colonel Brice En- midnight. .

thused with Ills Work. David Donahue Killed and Two Others fHE DRIFT OF HIS SPEECH.A THE CROXSTADT HOLOCAUST. !
29.The leaders of .\ Chicago Convict Escape,. I
NEW Sept.
Fatally AVotimU-il at San Francisco.

Tammany.Hall, in company with Chair- SAN FRANCISCO. Sept. 29Special. Chicago .Journal Thinks Cleveland will CHICAGO. Sept. 29 Special[ ,]Anton I MunK-rs at Zanzibar-The Affair at ..u'I''I''I'I '
of the democratic state
man Murphy, Carry the Empire State but on a Blaner, while beii- conveyed to Joliet ghanistan-Another Diary by Fred-
committee, called on the national cam- A protect: ..tdl1o-i the returns of certain I
paign committee this afternoon before istrictti u-ir.llican| primaries was Close \'ote--.Geu. Harrison penitentiary this ir.rning, to entei upona erlck-Davltf: Apology to

their meeting. Mr. Croker, the leaderof made in the rooms of the count at InrtmnapolU.Nsw three years' ser nee, escaped from I the Liberal

Tammany Hall, said he was in favorof t roiiintiiie: ... Pont) a quarrel ensued, YORK, Sept. 29.-Special.-[ he> sheriff and jumped from the train a i.I SUAKIM Sept. 29 -The rtbe!
few miles from this city. He sustained to-day
local vlntli. it-Milled the of David
Tammany Hall nominating a in killing
\ sots) and enthusiastic audience greetd fracture the skull which will I made an attack
ticket of its own, and the county democracy DOl;ai i-;a' .twt f.ual ::,;.tooting of Martin i prove upon water fart
nominating a separate ticket or }Cell an.t! \Tionr i'iiri..tensen. ,: thr Hen. James G. Blaine: when he r(Ii a I. i i They were repulsed with severe loss by

not. as they wished. He believed that took his stand upon the platform of the A MODEL STEEL STEASIEK. the heavy artillery fire of the Brm h

the: nomination of two democratic local A HERO'S DEATH. Poo! Grounds to-nioht. It was cErtair.y! One British gunner was killed The gun,

tickets would help both Cleveland and ;, big demonstration, and proved Clyde and Louis "Iroijuois" to be Launched boats continue firing into the rebel camp
Hill by bringing out a larger vote, and lather O'Sulllvau, Who Fought Under Gordon Deserters report that there is much sickness
that knight
onclusively the plumed To-day.
by increasing the number of democratic i in the Cholera
Fever Victim. camp. j
workers at the polls. His opinion was a ca: not yet released! his hold! and i is still PHILADELPHIA Pa., Sept. 29.-[Spe- I in Khartoum.THE 1Fpesr?

that Tammany would nominate a ticketof TAMPA, Fla., Sept. 29Special.[ .]- the owner of the G. O. P. The affair cial.-Messrs. Cramp & Louis will
tty own within three weeks, and that Father Dennis J. O'Sullivan is dead cf
ticket would win. Tammany will make however did not in any way equal the launch Messrs. Wm. P. Clyde & Co.'s ZANZIBAR UI'RIslNtt.

its fight for the whole democratic ticket, yellow fever. remendous ovation given Judge Thur- new steel steamer, "Iroquois," to-mor

and no Tammany man will think of NEW YORK, Sept. 29-Special.-The[ I tuan a few week ago, not over ten thousand row. She is 300 feet long, 46 feet beam Arabs and Black Fighting the Germs all

neglecting the national or state ticket. news has been received here of the death people! being in attendance. and 29 feet deep, with measurement of Along the Line.

The great interest that the workers of of Father Dennis J. O'Sullivan from about 3,000 tons.
Tammany will take in the election with yellow Cot! Quay introduced .Ir. Blaine: anti She is the first large steel steamship. BERLIN- Sept. ?9.-Advice* retired by
I fever at Tampa, Fla., causes muchgrief for some moments the noise and excite
their own local candidates will increasethe built in this ceuntry for merchant service the German Planters C"lIIp..nfrom
majority for Cleveland and Hill at here. He was formerly in the BritIsh ment was ao intense that no sound could and is fitted with steam steeringgear Zanzibar say that the ri>m<; extend

8,000. That is an important ping to be army, and was with Gordon in Egypt.He be heard ten feet away from the speaker.; lighted by electricity, will have along the whole coast. The Arabs artl

considered in a state as close as New also served in the Zulu wars, for President Humphreys, of the Harlem ripple expansion engines, and is to befitted blacks have united. The plantation at
\vhereeveryadditional 7,000 votesin which service he was decorated by Queen republican club, then stepped to the up with first class accommodations : Lena, belonging to the company has

New York City means 2,000 more'plurality Victoria. A month ago he went to Florida front and begged tha audience tobe for 200 passengers. been twice attacked. Each time the at-

for the democratic state and national to minister to fever stricken people, silent until the distinguished i speaker tack was repulsed. Several otticiaU of
ticket. and now his body will be buried in a had concluded. Blame here bowed ANOTHER FORGED MORTGAGE the German-African company lure Lets

The campaign committee met after the sand hill. A memorial will probably be unconsciously, and again the tumult murdered.
erected his his broke forth and it was some moments
to friends
conference betwean the Tammany men memory by The Latest Work of the Criminal Attorney
and l;aL Brice_ representinn the national here. before it subsided.In I
Foots Up 8193,000.Neu'
: loseO the course of his remarks Blaine I Progreew! oo the Panama CanaL
committee. Among wereJ
J. Richardson, of Iowa, who reportedthat Mrs. Potter and the Fever Sufferers. referred to his previously reported YORK,Sept. 29.-[Special.]J-Late I PcN.UJ.Sept.. 29.-The Star and Her.

Urn democrats will gain two congressmen NEW YORK, Sept. 29.-Mrs, Potter decided speech, which democratic tricksters and this evening the Pinkerton expert employed : aId says. Several contracts ou the canal

at least in his state; Erskine yesterday to give a performancefor political superficialists had construed on the accounts of William R. have been finished, turned over to
the benefit of the fever into a defense of trusts. He alluded to the the canal and accepted after
M. Phelps of Illinois, who said that Gen. yellow sufferers Foster. ex-counsel for the trustee and of company
node banner of "Protected Industriesfor
John M. Palmer, the democratic candidate soon after her opening at the due inspection. Facts are stubborn
foe governor, would win if the tide Chestnut street theater, in Philadelphia.Fatal American Workmen," and success to the Produce Exchange Gratuity Fund. things und these facts give the lie to .
the grandest political organization that reports that another forged mortgage is the innumerable
keejrit on going his way. as it i* sting vague, floating rumors
now; John S. Barbour, of Virgir' who Result of Intoxication. ever had an existence. He also expressed discovered. The amount thi time ia in circulation about the canal company
his sincere belief that General Harrison $p5.000, making in all a total of $193,)OO shutting down work. Of course they
told ot the disruption of the n'I'I..licanparty
Sept. 29-Special.- would he triumphantly seated as the forged. down and fast
there beyond hoK of mending are shutting just a* as
through the fight between| the Mahone- benjamin D. Berry, of Anson county, next president of a glorious republic.THE Foster's family, especially his father fast as they can, but only so at the completion I

itesand anti-Mahoneites; Miles Ross, of this state, while intoxicated, was driving are neatly heartbrokenAll of their work. Other equally

New Jersey who regards his state as along the read in a buggy when his horse GROWTH OF ANARCHV.The important sections will also shut down I
BEN'S: GRIP. and before the outside world it,
certain for Cleveland by an increased became frightenad and ran away, throwing suspects t
majority; Chairman William 11. Har- Berry out on the ground. In the SanguinaryToim Eating Its Way into the cable will flash throughout Christendom !

rium who thinks that the democrats will fall Berry's feet became entangled in the the Core ut Society. Visiting! Delegations Gradually Weakening the tidings that ships are Mowing i

carry Connecticut for Cleveland, and all reins and he was dragged several hun- NEW YORK, Sept. 29.-[Special.]- It. their onward" way over the Isthmus
that remains is to get a majority for drad yards, crushing his head and killing INDIANAPOLIS Ind. of Panama.
There are rumors of .new secret society Sept. 29.-Spe-
the democratic candidate fur governorover him. .*
the republicans prohibitionists and just started among the Eastside: beer cial.-General Harrison began receive The Afghanistan Enlgm
labor combined the election Republicans Charge a Democrat with Fraud callit visitors to-day in large numbers, begin-
men to keep saloon revolutionists. Its: devotees LONDON, Sept. 29.-The feeble condi-
, of governor out of the hands of the I legislature SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Sept. 29.-Spe- the "Red Flag and its avowed oh. ning as early as nine o'clock in the morning tion of the Ameer of Afghanistan'shealth

which is republican; Hermann cial.]The republican state committee ject is to bind the revolutionary socialists It is what he calls his general reception gives rise to various conjectures

: Oelrichs, of New York, and others. adopted resolutions this morning de- into a party.A day and constituents from Ohio as to what disposition would be made of
The committee decided their
: distribution i of tariff to keep up and nouncing the democratic boss Buckley, and Illinois, the John A. Logan club of the country which he rules in the event
documents to and charging him with inspiring ballot Party of Blood. Cleveland the Logan club of LaSalle, of his death. Many believe that it wouldbe
the number of >akprs. Thesneakers'
enlarge bureau is of sp the( busiest of box stuffing and the maltreatment of inspectors NEW YOkK Sept. 20-[Special.]-An IlL, the German-American club of Chicago a cause of strife between Russia and

all the one and it at primaries evening paper to-day is excited over the aud the Students' club of Normal, England, while others think that a fair
campaign departments, grand jury is investigating the sooting division could be made of Afghanistan,
111., have paid their respects to him.
will be busier from Tariff anarchist and whatit
now on. reform question, publishes
will be made in all the at the county committee headquarters At this writing, 1 p. m., it looks as if which would satisfy both countries. It I
speeches review of the revived situation.It .
: a ,
of the
Thursday night.Supervising. : is known that some members
the hand-shaking would be kept until
towns of the State of New York. In New up
bays: The red flag is making its midnight.Countrymen. British cabinet favor a bold policy, and
York the democratic
city two organizations Architect Freret III.
way into the socialist beets and borne of from the backwoods with advocate an advsnce upon Candahar and
have taken the work in their
hands, and are holding meetings every own WASHINGTON,D. C.,Sept. 29! -[Special] thE: more radical local assemblies of the hay on their coats, and dozens of phlegmatic the annexation of Afghanistan to India.A I
night in the various assembly districts. Col. Wm. Freret, supervising architectof knights of labor. Germans who filled up the tedious

Campaign clubs are being formed in every the treasury, who has charge of all The Irreconcilables at Chicago. waits in the long line by sundry glassesof RUSSIAN HOLOCAUST. I

;. part of the city, over seventy-five public buildings being constructed in the beer, they are still coming. As soon
CHICAGO, Sept. 2J-SpEci&1.-An international Killed
as General Harrison wearies his right Many People Burned to Death or
being already in existence. Each of country, is seriously ill. He is threatened -
; these rlubs has its officers, speakers and with typhoid fever. anarchistic organization is on hand, he quickly puts forward his left. jf a Leap to the Street.
documents. foot hf-re. The association was probably He grimly told a member of the state
; They are doing thorough CRONSTADT, Sept. 29.-A lofty wooden
i work among the working men, who are Wizard Edison's Yellow Fever Remedy. brought from Paris, and represents the :I committee that if he ever failed to remember tenement filled with people was burned
this eventful Saturday, his arms
effectually reached. NEW YORK lanquiste group of irreconcilables.
;I Mr. Blaine arrived last night. He Sept. 29.-Special.- There: art mysterious whispers of the would not, and that the only consolationhe here to-day, with great loss of life. The

; speak at the Polo Grounds. Aft that Thomas A. Edison proposed remedy for red flag becoming rampant again: had was that he was being maimedby staircase was destroyed before the inmates -
the destruction of yei Jfever republicans. could and many leaped
he goes to Michigan in the private oar off germs escape
I Gen. Russell A. Alger. Tlw republican has been discussed at a meeting of prominent RIO GHANDE TROUBLES OVER. into the street from windows and were

managers of Michigan have become scientific men in this city, and is ; FOUR LIVES AT A FIRE.A mortally injured by falling on stones.
f alarmed, and they want :Mr. Blaine to proved to be impracticable and a failure. Sixteen who could not escape were
The Ubfortuunie- Duelist Who Caused the
burned to death in the house.
the lumbermen in th,
speak to upper Disturbances Chicago Block B/irued and Twenty-five
end of the state. The republican majorities Justice Matthews. Kectbl Arrested and Men Barely Escape.
in the upper peninsular am relied WASHINGTON Placed Under Bond. Another Diary by Emperor .-."dericlL.BERLIN.
j on to offset the democratic gains Sept. 28.SpeciaLJustice ]- CHICAGO, Sept. 2'J.-A fire broke out
among Rio GKANDE CITY, Texas, Sept. 29.- 29-.The
Matthews continues Sept. newspapershere
steadily to at 9 o'clock this morning in the building
the farmers of the lower *>ninsular on
!I the tariff reform is. Ul'. The| republicans improve. Special.] The- government- troops 15 and 1? Lake street occupied by S. G. announce that a diary written by

will concentrate their other speakers; in marched into the town to-day, and nearly Jenkins & Co., manufacturers of fine Emperor Frederick during thy war of
II New York. Senator Iliscock and Congressmen BLAINE IN NEW YORK.: two hundred women and children furniture Twenty-five men employedthere I 1803 is about to be published.

Uit-d, McKinley and Butter rushed out to meet them, A search was barely escaped with their

worth and (;0'*. :Foraker are the biggest The Owner of the Republican Party Arrives immediately made for Victor Sebree, the lives and Foreman William MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.

guns of their oratorical lattery.ClUAltMAliERS' and will have a Torchlight layer of editor Garza in a duel, which Koch was turned to death,
fact has been the cause of all the recent Three workmen were also burned to New YORK. Sept.Consolidated net r cetW
Parade in His Honor.
STRIKE IN HAVANA death The charred remains of Wm. today 512.743 bales; exports to Great Enuia
serious trouble here. Sebreo has
just stock
; the continent
14,851; to France-: to ;
NEW YORK Sept. 29.Special.James .[- been arrested and placed in jail. lie Koch were taken out, and search is being 250.:'M. ,

Tli*. Sliutiiiaker also Threaten to Go Out If G. Blaine, accompanied by Walker waived an examination and was held in made for the others. The fire was under Opening! and closing qucUticn of cotton fa

It 1M Not Settled. Blaine, arrived here at 8 o'clock last !i bond of $2,500. The excitement has control about 11 o'clock. The loss on tures in New York to-day.
almost subsided the stock of Wilkins & Co. will be about Opening; Closing
HAVANA, Cuba, Sept. -Sp'Cial.-[ night. They were met at the depot bya totally $60,000; insured for $40,000. The loss October 9 GI@ If 55 *t:O u.:
Owing to the continued strike of the committee of the Harlem RepublicanClub A liaclitul View of It. on the building. which was a December November . .. 9U@no 96'- In
cigarmakers and their threats to do mis- Levi P. Morton and "''illiam'Val- CHICAGO structure wilfbe about $75,000; insure January . 9: 971 5 U In
chief, four hundred civil guards have ter Phelps. There was no public demon Stpt. 29.Special.lbeTimes [ CHICAGO SO. February 98$ 981 9 66alii
j been ordered here to patrol: the principal stration, and the party were driven to this morning prints a column Sept. -[Special.]-Three March .. .. .. 86@ 990 999 100441007 S :
bodies 99T@
have been taken April.
streets and juirks. The cigar and : Fifth Avenue hotel, where Mr. Blaine blast on the political situation. written from the big tire May )0 : cigarette factories are under military; I retired at an early hour. byaNewYoik correspondent who has wreck on Lake street this evening. They June. . lOliaiOli 10 20319!:

4 protection. The shoemakers :m' also on NEW YORK. Sept. 29.-[Special.]-The just completed a tour of observation.The are those of workmen employed by Wilkins Closed steady Sales 83,900 tale

u strike. clubs are slowly gathering for the big correspondent states that there are & Co., and their names are foundto ATLANTA. Oa.. Sept -Market iedy middling

I The other unions Uneaten to strike if torchlight iraKession to-night in honorof souse reasons calculated to put Cleve be, Henry Durand, Thomas Waller 9716NEW sails to

the ciganuakl'fS'trike i" nor settled. the Plumed Knight.The land's friends in an attitude of inquiry ond John Drake. bales; middling YORX. Sept.uplands cSCotton7rm.10 .1&; middluij Orleans
--'-" arrangements are in charge of the concerning the situation in the stale of 10 9-16; net receipts -: gross ItM; ttoe*
f THE WHISKY TRU.ST.Meeting Harlem Club committee. It is not definitely Neu N.-iu The election of Hill is re- BLAZING PRAIRIES. 00.06J.

known as yet where Mr. Blaine : janl I".... one conclusion but inpit SAVA\ AB, Sept. 28-Cotton Stead midi!
of Wholesale Dealer. and Rectifiers will speak, but probably from the porchof I I ", fttorts Cleveland will 04; net receipts 7.506 bales; grow 7,500;
Farm coastwise -
Property Feeding the Flames. 2,050;stock U.,403; exports
the Union League club's building. .. ,.
at Cincinnati. lai -- ii. though he will probably 2S.-Cbtton quiet QiiISta
I It was stated at the democratic head JAMESTOWN, Dakota, Sept. 29.-One New ORLEAXS Sept. J&Jd
'.. ,.. tate
f CINCINNATI I. i" 97Det receipts 2,9M ; F8aIffii T
Sept. 29.-At the Grand quarters thi u.oi nmg that an impromptu of the biggest prairie fires ever seen in 1:50; stock 4:,.u I; export to Great -

hotel yesterday was called a meeting of counter parai':: *. ... be gotten up to pre Ia.= (' .....o to Speak at Fort Wajne. this region occurred Tuesday night. All CHARLESTON Sept -Cotton stems m> 1
the principal wholesale liquor lesilers cede the Bluln 'uiers. the western part of Lamour county and !) 13-ItS; net receipts 4,03 bale; a.CJd<
r, and rectifiers of the United State The ( i r-: O.. Sept. 29.-A committee much of the southern and western part COO;stock 13,100.LYERPOOL. .
A iei>iil>li -un Tariff Job. of Hon. R. C. Bell. Mavurhal'1ca Sept. -Cotton oro; arJ.1jIl
attendance was not entirely of tnt.nbers; (jll"'l nit Stutsman county were burned over. i;
the national .. WASHINGTON =: !: Mulilfr and Dr. G. W. Loag, ELLE. uplands 6J ; middling Orleans retdY+
of distillers and cattl- -.-d-] Sept. 2.Special. ]- DALE, Dakota Sept. 27.-Prairie 5,000 bales; speculation and export 500.
I ere' trust, commonly called the \vit.sic Y I; is very evident that the republican )t Fort \Vaym-. Ind. representing the fires have been raging near here for three 1,0000; American .W.

;j( trust. However, the firms reprt med senators hove concluded not to the leiuocracy of that city, arrived in this days. The losses to farm houses and Groceries.ATLANTA. .
are known as the "distributors" the pass ity this afternoon to invite Judge Thur- harm property amounted to at least $SO- .
i trust-that is, jobbers or first handlers of retaliation bill asked for by Mr. Cleveland nan to'isit Fort Wayne during the 000 and the rain has not checked the Sept.' 28.-Coffee.. low grads choice 14f I &::
the product of the distilleries. Memlters in order *o rarry. out the )policv :auipaign and make a speech. They flames yet. cutiolf i 9. 1 powdered 9%, standard tzd I '

r t claim that no significance attaches to the forced: .upon, )d.; > ).. ejection of thE waited upon him this, evening and heured standard A 8M. extra C H. y.!* u 3$6'x43 :
'i!>ri i' = I New Orleans choice W his consent. At their
:: ready 60-
its for
: meeting beyond being a consultation suggestion Frosts Predicted for Today.WASHINGTON common Teas flack 3W.JI'dI .
for the of he fixed October 18 as the date eod23.
purpose upholding present Nutmegs 15, cloves 33. auspice 1M. etsamtten.
prices and a general expression of view ANOTHER GONE WRO G. ;jf his visit, as on that date Speaker Car- D. C., Sept. 29 -The sago 50, ginger 10. mace M>. pepper &S.
legardingthe business. lisle. Congressman Mills and ex-Senator signal service bureau, in a special report milk 7c. Boston butter d. pearl oyst tli 14jaete

The meeting was rapped to order at A Massachusetts Cashier Forced to Resign McDonald are to be present. frosts issued in at the noon to-day, predicts light XXX No 3 do.bbU SH$i5, ,CandY 54 bbfs: acwrted!&. taU tlca N sea i mS3

11 o'clock by \ir. John Beggs, of Ten His Trust. west to-morrow morning S 100 cakes. candy full wf'Ibt 11. ..
Haute. Ind., partly at whose instance it Fatally Trampled Upon by Cattle. as far south as southern Missouri, and round wood lie gross 11.13. W ) =
had been called. Those FALL RIVER, Mass., Sept. 29-Spe-[ severe frosts in the Ohio alley: also light 400 84 60. Soda in -ceps 4\f inC.prime6 bold a:1 .
present were : Viricrtam
TRI-STATES, N. S., Sept. 29.-Special.[ ]] frosts in fair Wf Salt
J. B. Greencut, of Peoria. 111., president cial.-Cashier Daniel A. Chapin, of the exposed places in northern portions 10 ,factory 13,
Patrick McCall, a farmer, was terribly of the gulf states Tennessee ere at
of the whisky trust; E. T. Corning, of National Union bank, one of the oldest western CHICAGO' Sl"Jot.C341b q..otatioAJ .
Peoria; Wilson Ames, of Chicago; J. E. banks in the city, has been forced to re mutilated by his herd of cows last night.He part of Virginia and North Carolina follow. : Mess pork rib sides 51300 r.osu:3 i'4.' ,! rf

Her, of Omaha; P. J. Hennesy Chicago sign. Chapin was also treasurer of the was milking, when one of the animals New salted- should boxed 1.6.J.ta1. ..tor' c1tar
; Win. Burgenthal, August Burgen Union Saving bank, and was connected kicked hint, breaking his leg, thus PresJilMitUl Poitofflce. fides boxed OC&3.2S,

thai and G. Mieners, of Milwaukie; Geo. with a foreign institution. His resignation rendering him helpless, and his cries cre- WASHINGTON, 20.-Pratt Mines Flour Grain and teaL

Millor, of Chicago; John Beggs and C. was compelled by Bank Examine ited a stampede among the herd. He n>H :Mi-meld l nd Union. S. C., patent t11. g

Fairbanks, of Terre Haute, Ind. Getchell, who discovered evidence of irregularity was trampled on in a frightful manner. wit! Iriorue thii >..ass or presidential ATLasTA 3.50.,Sept.n fan S3 \ir iI11\--1" xafamly ,
At had until When rescued he was barely alive and : on October 1st. fancy $30
12:30 adjournment was in1 the cashier's accounts causing p.Jo-lolikes fU tam y:4 4 utra 1t.
p. M. At the close of the forenoon session heavy losses to both institutions. his recovery is doubtful.The :reDLp3Geo reds BraD.bolted Wit" I'fe.-.
President Greencut said: "This Getchell says Chapin succeeded in using A Startling Report. small f1. Cornmeal Corn,cheie white u.-I Kwhin

meeting will have nothing to do with the funds of both banks, and covered his Deadly Campaign Fireirork NE YORK.: Sept. xy.: -[Special. : Tennessee 00. Grits $4.6-1. o.2 mtxed n Oak ha IU'J ....
trust matters. It'is simply a consulta tracks very carefully. Fall River financial .. ] u. Hay choice ti 1otb-.tug'"'''''
NEW YORK, Sept. 30-Specia1.1-A] peculiar It '.*- reported AVall! baleS $
on : street this morn- bales 31.10 to. 1 l.irg
tion of wholesale dealers who circles :-
mayor are most excited the .
unfortunate I ".raw.ffOC
Oft Jav Gould 113, wbr4i'
fatal accident was reported to the had $110 clover
may not,be holders of trust stock 1 do revelajtion. bought the St. ;' _
coroner this eveningVhile. Cooper ;nsas and Texas railroad.I I


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.1. COUTH' AMERICAN SCENE. them all, and in tEeTr place prints IN A CONNING TOWER. eral quarters of Europe on which America thereof, A. D. 1888, within the legal hours

monthly an illustrated catalogue, which would confer an inestimable kindness of sale, the following lropertof the

I CII'fI8au ,J.lsbC! of the interiors is mailed to all omers. A memberof What One Man's Hand Controls on Doanl by imparting: it."-Boston Transcript. I bove-named defendants, to-wit:
*n .. of Flamingoes. the firm is created with saying that of a Man o' War. Commencing 31)4 feet south of and 50

. nyas' o'clock in afternoon; Losn- it is a'more effectual solicitor than the Here in this spot is concentrated the Technical Education In Trades. feet west of the n. e. corner of the n, e.

marched at the head of our little body of men it used to send out, while whole power of the tremendous machine The matter of technical education cf the n. w. J of section 33, township

L nee "Oh loot look at the snow!" I the expense is very much less. The Interior which we call an ironclad ship. in trades, with a view to starting young :!4 south, range "d6 east. Go west 170 feet,

j J" the moment when leaving merchants are reported to be Such power was never till the world men in the world in some profitable occupation thence south 137 feet, thence east 170 feet,

,. be the valley of Condors. we were about pleased with the innovation. This plan began concentrated under the directionof without the intervention of along thence north 137 feet to point of begin-

: the plain. the monthof I may work very :well in some lines of man, and all that power, the judgmentto and poorly paid apprenticeship. LiI I ning. .

to enter March in the southernrn hemisphere 1 IWe trade, and not at all in other. It will direct it, the knowledge to utilize it, receiving earnest attention from educational Also commencing 78S feet south of and

thought our comjianion must have be a goqd while before personal solicitation is placed in the hands of one man, and men all over the world. Several fifty feet west of n. e. corner of n. e. \ ofn.

sudden) sunstroke; that would nothave of business will go out of fashion, if one only. prominent Englishmen have declared w. i of section 33, in township 14 south,

had a at sill impossible for the heat I it ever does, and the present generationof What is this power? themselves in favor of such instituti:nand range 36 east. Go west 170 feet, thence
been south feet thence 170 feet thence
valley was torrid-if one might traveling men need not expect to ever Talk of Jove with his thunderbolts, of a number of government trclinical: 137 east ,

in this valley to the largo: wake up of a morning and find their occupation tfasmyth with his hammer I the fables of schools in France are meeting with great north 137 feet to place of beginning.
the name opening Also all the following tractsof
J give : or
gone.-Rochester fe'-ald. and tho facts of latter Chicago: News.
bordered with enormous rocks whose mythology day success.-
land, situate, lying, and being in the
i broken fragments strewed the ground as longevity of science 1 where has there everjbeen] anything The Waste of Fertility. county of Brevard and State of Florida,
, Our Race.
U to!Under us in our march and keep to compare to it? Here in the con- and described as follows, viz.: A portionof
The The city that lives at the of
biologist Bichat expense
ning tower stands the captain of the ship,
this cursed where
in lot three of section three and
longer jjass vegetation (3)) ((3) a
us ho the land debt.
: marvelously country owes a Payment -
anticipated the conclusions and beneath his feet lie hidden
1 powers of the of the
is only represented by gigantic portion north- a t quarter
of later science of a Jut: debt both honor and honesty -
a held that the which the mind but
lichens, whose silvery threads could can scarcely grasp, south-east quarter of section four ((4)), all
normal exact. Tim debt is duly set forth
longevity of our race should which and all made subservient
hardly be distinguished from the grayish one are in township twenty-five ((25); south of
be an average of 90 bearing his his will and his will alone. Picture i on the annual balance sheet of nature.
mass of rock to which they clung. years, to I range thirty-six ((36)) east, aecordine to
Loannec." cried inference on the fact that the life term i him as he stands at his post before the If payment is refuel the world goes United States survey, and being eoinruonlyknown
Art crazy.
you of all known mammals exceeds at least battle begins; all is quiet enough, there I bankrupt Liebi chemist philosopher, as the Ryder land, in Rockledge,

Charles.'Dame, you can see for yourselves.If six times the period of their growth. A i s scarcely a sound save the lapping of I philanthropist adduces the past as a aforesaid, upon a }>ortion of which is situate -

it looks dog, growing for three years, may live the water against the smooth white sidesof I warning to the present. He declares the Tropical Hotel and several other
is snow certainly
that ex- to 18 or 20. A horse, growing for fouror the ironclad, and no outward sign of hat .the cloacae of Rome absorbed the buildings and improvements, and is purtiularly -
it though closer
like as "
; you get
actly cold all." five, attains, and often exceeds, an age force save the ripple of the parted waters well eingof the Roman farmers. After described as follows, to-wit: The

is not at marked of 30 years. A camel, growing: twice as falling off on either side of the ram as it the wide Cauipagna had been wasted north-east corner of said land is located at

The thermometer had 75 degs. slowly, may live to 40 years and upward.An sheers through the water. But mark iv the sewer of the great: city, all of a point on the west bank of Indian River

Scarcely uttered we rejoined our comrade elephant, even in captivity, does not that thin white thread escaping from the Italy! became its victim. After Italy (ooO) five hundred and thirty feet south of

when we a simultaneous cry of attain its full growth before its 15th steam pipe astern, a fleecy vapor rising she poured Sicily into it. then Sardinia the quarter section line pnxluee.dividing

astonishment. Right before us, bounded year,. and in India often outlives two into the air and nothing more. then Africa. Only Egypt, annually Jot two ((2) from lot three (3): ) of taitll't't..tiull

only by the horizon, stretched an immense uasters. Some of tho larger quadru- But what does it mean? It means that renewed by the slime of the Nile, tierce ((3)) which is al1'o the quarter section
plain of dazzling whiteness, whose : able withstand the line dividing the south-east of the
mana likewise slowly several was measurably to quarter
grow very ; far down below some thirty glowing fur-
surface sparkled tinder the bright rays of varieties of baboons. for instance, do not naces are roaring under the blast of drain. The sewer of Rome swallowed lorth-east quarter from the north-east

the sun. Any one would have sworn acquire the characteristics of maturity steam that in the cylindrical the fertility of the ancient world. In the quarter of the south-east quarter of said
; great
that it was snow. Without uttering a section four ((4)), thence from such
before tho beginning of their teens; and boilers the water is bubbling, surging. "dark ages" the earth as the race of

word, so overwhelming was our astonishment the; naturalist, Brehm, mentions a male struggling, as the fierce burning gases nan, lay as in fallow. So only could lot on Indian River: go west uciossaid
we turned to Barlejo with an three ((3)), and across saul north-east
there be from the
chacma who after recuperation physical
becomingvthe patri- through the flues and that the
of the Uuth-l'nst the line
air of mute interrogation. "I have quarter /' quarter to
arch of his tribe, raided the durra fieldsof oned and the ai from the moral exhaustion of her
steam at
tearing thrusting
found out what it is." cried Lawrence"it dividing the said north-east quarter of the
is cotton. the Zulu villages)) for nearly thirty tough sides of the boilers, is already rais- pernicious rule. south-east (quarter from the north-west

years before ho met his Waterloo in a ing the valves and blowing off at a Against Chicago the grim balance al- of the south-east of saidection
"But where the cotton ? quarter quarter
pickers fight ready shows in the millions. On the
with the outraged natives. The It that
that is pressure 100 pounds. means !' four ((4)), thence south along said
"Yes nowhereto
true-they are males of our own species grow for at the captain in his cunning tower has but low ;=t basis i on which computationcan liyitling) line to the north-west corner of

be seen. least sixteen years, but less than one- to press the button by his side, and in a b> made Chicago imitating pagan the lands formerly owned by A. I.. and

The "Vaquero" laughed in his sleeve; : third reach even the threefold multipleof moment the four great engines will be Rome in this, wastes annually not less F:. F. Hatch in said section, thence cast

be thoroughly enjoyed,our astonishment. i that age, and hardly one in 300 the driving the twin screws through the water than two millions in present money ;long the north Injumlary line of the
"We are about to enter the great salt normal sixfold.-Dr. Felix L. Oswald in value. Applied judiciously to the soil
with the force of 12,000 horse power, lat aforesaid hands to Indian River: ,
a plains," ho said finally, when ho thought The Forum. and that the great ship with the dead the: gain in added harvests would be twofold which said line is four hundred and eighteen .

our patience had been sufficiently tested. weight of 12000 tons will be rushing on- that. The methods tof saving and ((418)) feet north of the line dividingsaid

The salt plains Don Cabral had New Ungland'8 Sabbath Day Houses. ward at a speed of over twenty miles an utilizing this vast wealth. with its wondrous lot three (3)( ) from lot four ((4)) in said

spoken to us of them when we were discussing Every one went to church in the hour. possibilities are well known. The section three ((3)), and the line dividing the

our journey at tho estancia of las colonial days of New England. Familia. In her turret and in her broadside batteries expense of applying them is but nominal) said north-east quarter of the south-ea
Jarrillas but our imagination had living<< at a distance from the mretin from the south-east f the
; never : there is a deep hush of expectation; in comparison with the :;:tinIt needs' luarter quarter ?
pictured any landscape as grandiose in house came prepared to spend the intermission but there, too, waiting to respond to the only that this! product of the city be south-east quarter of said section four ((4),

its uniformity. As far as the eye could between the morning:: and afternoon "flash of the will that can," lie forces of placed on the market. Its value shown thence northerly along said river to the
reach extended cf salt white services in the "SabUith da point of coatutcneementcontaining
an ocean destruction which the iiy the results of its application would twenty
and sparkling as snow. Not a shadowon louses." These houses, according to ,. appal imagination. compel purchasers. there is profit in two: acres, more or less, reserving and excepting 4
this panorama, which reminded me description published in San forti'; Ilis-: it transported in the bamboo baskets of from the above that strip or parcel
Far down below feet in the cham-
of the immense steppes of Siberia when tory: of Connecticut," were small loy our China what gains do we not lose who of land conveyed by Stephen Ryder and his
bers of the lie the dark .
winter has spread her immaculate wind- structures, twenty-five feet tong ten great guns, massesof can restore this matter to its place at one- wife to one Robert C. May, by deed, bearing -
the powder charges. A touch, a spark, date 30th A: I). 1&7 and
Ing sheet over that kingdom of death broad, and one story high. A chimn-v liundredth the cost of that in China? April recorded -
and in sheet of flame and with the
a in the office of JJrcvard;
and silence. Not which could in the middle divided the whok.lJ.lC' proper
a spot Instead with
crash of thunder the steel shot will rush our sewerage system we
aforesaid in look K of Deeds
county, ,
break the "Come into two room, for the use of the t\\"
monotony. dis-
-encourage -
poison our people. Every zymotic
from their muzzle speeding on their IIn 20. ALi all of the north-west
M families who united in the page
continued Barlejo hit is building
a that decimates children is traceable
2.000 feet in second and ease our of the south-east of section
way a dealing quarter quarter
vile to under the house. The furniture consisted of a few
place cross broiling sun to its fetid exhalations. And those
their blow with the of foot four and aforesaid
impact 60,000 (4)) township range ,
which is hot enough to roast an ox, but chairs, a table, plates, dishes and some whom we intrust with the care" of the .
tons of metal discharged
-5,000 pounds weight containing ((40)) forty UCI'more or ,
we must get over it before nightfall, for utensils for warming cooked food. On by one touch of the captain'shand. public health can devise nothing betterto iccording to United States survey, reserving -

even if wo sacrifice our horses we could a shelf were a Bible and two or three religious Nor is this all;another touch and protect that than by a "garbage cre- and excepting from the tract about (4)) '

not think of camping on the salt plains." hool s. another signal will liberate the little clips matory" to pour this gold: in the ore, too four acres thereof, known and described as

"And liow far across this plain?" In winter, on Sunday morning, before which detain the four Whitehead torpe- I, bulky for the sewer, through:: flame into blocks one ((1), two ((2)), five (5) and ten

'About twelve miles." starting for church, the mother of the does in their tubes. A puff' of powder, a tho funereal smoke that hangs over the according to said Kyder's plat of said forty

Twelve miles! and our poor horses had family put up food for dinner, not for- click as the machinery started, and the crematory like a canopy of mourning acres unrecorded and in the possession of

not been able to go out of a walk all the getting a jug of cider. The family rode two screws are set off whirling, and witha shrouding a starving soil.-Chicago Fred. F. Taylor.
morning. It was the only gait possible in a large two horse sleigh, stopped at' Times.
straight, silent plunge the long steer Also all that tract of land situate on
in the of the Condors. the Sabbath house kindled a ire and
valley Putting torpedoes will dive into thewater, and at the east side of Indian Kiverin the countyof
spurs to our horses we started off at a then went into tho cold meeting house, their appointed depth will speed on their Cheating the City Directory. ISrevard and State of Florida, know
hard The allowed where the minister preached in an overcoat A few I desired call
gallop. gauchos us to miles hour their awful days ago to upona and described at. follows, to-wit : Commencing -
an on
take the lead. Our gallop did not last with a muffler about his neck and way errand of destruction. Move that switch, young friend who is: reckoned among on the hank of Indian River in

long. As soon as their feet touched the mittens on his hands. The women car- the swells of New York. I had forgottenhis the south end lot,and running north
and through the dark wall of the night
salt our horses stopped as if nailed to the ried heated stones in their muffs, and the straight beam will shoot forth with address, and turned to the directory.To 17 east in a line of leaning cabbage tree

ground; under their feet the salt crackledlike men drew bags over their feet. No the radiance of candles my surprise for he had lived in the marked with x, and on to another cabbage

wiow. We could only go on step by chronicler informs us how the boys and into 40,000. turningthe city all his life and was well known blazed fore and aft, and on ten chains: to a

step. And twelve miles to make at this girls managed to keep warm during the night word day.A about town, his name did not appear post[ thence east 17 south ten chains to
spoken through that tube will
pace, when wo had hoped to clear the long service.* there. I then hunted fir the names of corner, thence south 1'0H t ten chains 10

plain at a gallop. The heat was suffocating At the conclusion of the morning service let loose the hailstorm of steel and lead several mutual friends, from whom I ex- the river, thence up the river shore to i>oint

-the reflection of this sea of salt so the family hurried lack to the warm from the quick firing and machine gunson pected to obtain the desired information, of commencement, all in lot No. one,

many times refined and purified by the room of the Sabbath house, where they the upper deck and in the tops. A and, to my increased astonishment, I township twenty-seven, south of range
discharge of shot and shell, not to l>o in section fourteen
took their dinner and drank their cider thirty-seven east con-
continual washing and dryings of rain : found that their names, too, were
counted by tens or scores, but by hun- less.
and wind blinded us. To complete our from a pewter mug. Thanks were then omitted. Fortunately I found a copy of taining ten acres, more or ,
dreds and thousands, a storm before Also all the following 'described land,
returned and the review of the ''
sufferings the north wind, that suffocat- sermon the "Society List, the directory that
which no living thing can stand and lying and being in Brevard county, Jo'b"
began. If the sermon failed to furnish contain the of the elite
wind We to
ing, enervating began to blow. pretends names
under which all but the strongest defenses described l as follows : Commencing
sufficient matter to tho hour, a of the and in that I discoveredthe
this with
went panting through furnace occupy city. way stake
will wither and melt away like a east bank of Indian at a being
nothing to freshen or mitigate the scorching chapter in the Bible was read, or a few snow bank under an April shower. object of my search.It the north-west corner of land formerly belonging -

heat. The last rays of the setting passages from a religious book. Singingand And last and most terrible of all, thereis was while talking to my friend later I to Bethel J. Stewart and wife

sun tinged with a rosy hue this white prayer sent them to the afternoon one other f wrce ready to the captain's on that I jocosely referred to his having I thence north 97 degrees east ten chains,
and service in a devotiorial frame of mind, at been from the list of citizens.
naked landscape. Suddenly on hand-a force the sum of all others, and dropped thence north 72} west to the river bank 15

our left appeared a mass of fiery the conclusion of which they returned to which, if rightly utilized, is as irresist- "Why, my dear fellow," was his reply chains, thence 18 chains and 87 links in a

red, while before us a long line of the Sabbath day house, extinguished the ible the of the tide "there's nothing accidental about' south-easterly direction along the river
as swelling ocean or
vivid fire, locked the door and started for that It is the result of and I
green was clearly defined againstthe the hand of death. By side and design, bank to the point of beginning, containingnine

whiteness of tho salt. At the same home.:-Youth's Companion. under hand are the your spokes of the congratulate myself on having been and seven-eighths acres in the formof

moment the horses began to whinny --- steam steering your wheel far forward under clever enough to keep clear of those an oblique-angled triangle, according to
they smelt the water. Their pace quick- Flowers of French Landscape. the swirling wave whicla rises round theship's deucedly persistent fellows that go a survey by Professor Hill.

ened under the stimulus of this hope of French scenery between Boulogne and cut water lies the ram; the most around collecting names." Also an adjoining piece, lying on the
"But what in thunder do want to north side of the land above described, and
won reaching fresh water, as only those Amiens is not particularly interesting, terrible the most fatal of all the enginesof you
., who have lived in the desert can under- excepting when the fields are gay with maritime warfare. It is the task of keep your name out of the directoryfor embracing all the lands included by a line
drawn from station No. 2 in the foregoiugdescriltion
stand. Water soon to reach flowers. The ? I cried, completely mystified.He .
-we were landscape presents a great the hand which turns that little wheel to said station being the easterly

the water-with voice and hand we encouraged variety of bright colors, poppies and corn guide and to direct the fearful impact of laughed. of the triangle ,heretofore describedto
the poor animals. We were flowers appearing to contribute more thana the ram. "It's getting to be vulgar! old fel," he apices chains
the Indian two
on the edge of the lagoon when at a word full share. The growing wheat is brilliantly Think what the power confined to oneman's said. "It is considered more aristocratic and a point 83 links on northerly from the most

from our guide we stopped short. Thespectacle lighted by them, much to the annoyance nowadays nct to have your name sand-
hand must be; 12,000 tons of dead northerly point on the river, aforesaid,and
before indeed enough to of the farmers think. Ac- wiched in with a lot of ordinary people.
us was we weight driven forward by the frantic containing two and one-eighth (2j) acres,
make us halt. Issuing from a marsh ina cording to the French farmers The gentleman of today is a traveler. He
.papers energy of 12,000 horse power, plungingand in the form of an oblique-angled triangle,
line like veteran troopsof infantry,two could earn nothing at the present pricesof surging along through the yieldingwaves has many residences, and prefers to haveit having its eastern apex identical with
or three thousand birds with excessively their if tares thought that he is moving about from
produce, even were no- at a speed of ten feet every second, eastern apex of the previouslydescribedparcel
long necks and feet, tho plumage on their where. Sowing and reaping seems to bea and with a momentum so huge that the one to another. Anyhow it is an estab- according to a survey by Professor

bodies cf soft rose tint, and wings the worse business here than in England, mathematical expression which purportsto lished fashion and rapidly growing among

color of fire were advancing: calm dig- and far worse than in the eastern and represent it to the mind conveys no the select. Hill.Also an adjoining parcel of land situate

tae, majestic. Los FlamengosP ex- middle states of America, whence come idea to an intelligence incapable of My friend, who would be a first class immediately north of the last described
claimed the H. appre- fellow if he had not been wealthy and a of land and thereto described -
Barlejo, as we stepped on so many complaints.-J. Cowperth ciating a conception so vast. To receivea piece adjoining ,
pound, or rather on the salt.-HenriUturque waite in New York Star. blow from the ram is death the irretrievable member of a very fast set, mentioned as follows: Commencing at a pointon
in Detroit Free Press. of many other reasons for the desire of the the northerlyline of the last described
a ship's
career. dude to be unknown to the common distant 790 2-10 feet westerly from
nu Pipe Drew the Lightning. To deliver such a blow is certain victory.It .
herd. Some of them were sub- the eastern of the triangle last described -
Peculiarities of the Appetite. "You had better take that pipe out o f is with the captain, and the captain more apex 30'S'
stantial than those thence north 1O) and east
already quoted.NewYork
Wallace says that some of the Pacificislanders your mouth, it will draw lightning," alone, as he stands hero in the conning river the south
Cor. GlobeDemocrat.Another 797 8-10 feet to Banana on
will never eat hens' eggs considering said a colored man near Acree, as Nellie tower that the responsibility of inflictingor margin in the corner near the confluencewith

'. them unfit for food; but they Brown, the colored cook, was smoking encountering this awful fate lies. View of It. Indian River, thence in a southwesterly -

sell them to sailors. The Esquimaux willnot her pipe in the door. Instantly, there Now you will understand what I mean If we could see ourselves as others seen and north-westerly direction, by the

eat vegetables, considering it a was a blinding flash and Nellie fell dead. when I say that never since the world some of us would see ourselves a high water line of said river to the rocky

Perverted taste that will indulge in such The lightning struck her on the top of: began have such forces been placed in the great, deal better than we really are.This point at the mouth of said Banana river,

8ta& The New Guinea natives refuse to the head, and then descended, tearing hands of a single man, whose eye alone thought is suggested by Boker in on the southerly side, measured on the

eat bread and biscuits, and abhor sugar. away her left breast as if cut off with a must see the opportunity, whose judg- "Francesca Da Rimini "This life is curving shore-line, about 426 feet, thencein

'in the contrary, such tribes enjoys ants, 1"1ife. Her clothes were burned off. ment alone must enable him to utilize it, one continual struggle to hide our base- a south-easterly direction by the high-

,shoppers, monkeys and snakes. She was the sister of Jordan Harris, a and whose hand alone must give effect to ness from the world." Detroit Free water line of said Indian River about 140

Those Malayans that collect edible birds' noted colored preacher. The colored all that his courage, his wisdom and his Press. feet to Professor Hill's stake,being the most

\ nests never can be induced to eat of them. people believe the pipe drew the light. duty prompt.-Murray's MagazineOnr northerly apex of the last-described trian-

African tribes that keep most cattle never zung.Atlanta Constitution. SHERIFF'S SALE. gle, thence by the most northerly side of

taste milk. Salt is where all the world Sweetness of Disposition.The Under and by virtue of an execution issued the aforesaid triangle last-described 340 and
finds London Times, summing up the 2-10ths feet to the place of beginning, containing -
kinship, for no nation or tribe but the imagination sane-that is one out of the circuit court for the 7th
craves it Keep reunion of the blue and the gray at Get- 6 and l-100ths' acres,being in town-
and needs it. On the whole weshall conditions of communionwith Judicial Circuit of Florida upon a judg-
of the truest
tysburg, says: "In the last twentyfiveyears 27 south 37 east section 14, lot
have ship range
go back to the old Latin saw Hawthorne. ment recovered in said court, wherein
, for an the American people must, as a one as also are the two lots last above de-
explanation of such diversities: Aaron Adams and John I. Howe were
whole have learnt the art of itself scribed to the and plan
T-nere is training according survey
r no accounting for tastes.- Watermelons for Christmas. plaintiffs and Stephen Ryder was defendant -
Globe to an extraordinary sweetness of disposition by J. i. LeBaron made January 23d, 1880.
Democrat. Watermelons for the Christmas dinnerare I have levied upon, and will sell at
; not an impossibility. It is said that which it is no offense to say public outcry to the best bidder, for cash, JAMES E. BOWMAN,

,. An Innovation in Trade. they will keep perfectly if put away in a that individuals of the race do not invariably in front of the court-house door, in Titus- Sheriff Brevard County, Florida.D. .
A New York exhibit If the secret be in ville Brevard on the first Mondayin L. GAULDEX, Att'y for Plaintiff.
house that formerly employed mow of well cured hay, free from damp county, '
F' ..' IjQO drummers.hag dispensed with ness.-Chicago Herald. any wise comjnjunicable, there are,sev November, the same being the fifth day; Dated this Oct. 2d, 18S8. 24


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THE FLORIDA STAR. I Editor cflhc Florida Star: FORT DRUM. WANTED

DEAR 'SIR-I see that the "AW is Precinct No. 10. Boundaries as follows: uIi'

.. PUBLISHED EVERY T3IUESDAY. exercised about the personal allusions in II Commencing on the range line, di-
viding thirty-seven and RUMPH'SMILLINERY A STEAM
ranges thirty-
Mr. Norwood's letter of :
ELLIS B. WAGER Editor Mi Publisher acceptance. eight, at the line dividing Brevard and ,
in the
What about personalities
gross Dade counties, run north on said range

31.5O per Annum. "Mass"(?) Meeting at Rockledge? For line to township line, dividing townships With Naptha Engine r;:

instance Mr. L. Gingras's allusions to thirty-two and thirty-three, then turn ,
Entered at the Poet Office erf Tituwillea* and run west to the east line of Osceola CAPABLE OF CARRYING 15 'f
Mr. Norwood ? More by and by from To -0
Second-Clots Matter. s county, thence south on said county line PASSENGERS. S.
Yours, to the north line of Dade county, thence

.\ SQUARE Hone Inch In pooe; 24 squares FAIR PLAY. east on said Dade county line, to the Address, giving Dimensions, Price, f.

make a column. Sept. '28th, 1888. place of beginning, (except that portion etc., to
advertising rates enquire of the Editor al(4:
of said precinct to be hereafter describedand ;
always enclosing atwo cent .mp. & W. WILSON
known as Precinct No. 16. Otter Courtney, Merrill'sIsland.

THE STAR is the OFFICIAL newspaperfor XOTICE. Creek) Voting place, Fort Drum. In- ,..-

Brevard county. The following is a true descriptionof spectors. H. L. Parker, Henry Holmes, AND 9: +t 'jAGErdTscoan

circulation the several precincts of Brevard county Maxfield Brannam, Clerk, Morgan ----- ------.--
The Star has Largest
and also list of the and Swain. m.kIt5 .eo rrtr
of Fla. a inspectors
of any paper on the East coast !: 0nt klui
clerk appointed by the Board of County i NARROWS. for c low let beat tls. Jill
TITUSVILLE DIRECTORY. Coromisslonerstoserveatthegeneralelec Precinct No. 11. Boundaries as follows: ICED I'LUSII P"OTtHHLPIJALOl'prtewu AREFLECTS 111:
I I >I
TOWS one rr"- tion to be held on the sixth day of Commencing on township line dividing DRESSMAKINGESTABLISHMENT $54 x 10u. Emoo-t paJdyt < ute..
lion clasp holding of"labine +
Mayor Jeorc B Rnapli. November A. D. 1888. and 3'l pages Sad Card fir
Clerk H. F. Atkinson. I townships twenty-nine thirty, pictures sent for 'LOO.retails for din.boty ta
I m Japanese Mol'ON'O.
Marshal and Tax CollE-dor-T. W. Smith. LAGRAXGE. on the shore of the Atlantic ocean, run of the above and niu.trated-lrealar. rREIC
A811e88or-- F. Gray. from thence south the Atlantic -STYLE.
on ocean
AWcrmen-S. II.Ray R. P. P ddiw>n. n.L. Gaul.den Precinct No. 1. Boundaries as follows: &' FI1'VEnAl BUMS ...
: to mile south of line divid-
I.B. Bisrelow. I one township 'ln"nn.lI.
J. M hon On the north, the county line betweenthe
Town Cons cif meet Mcond Thursday uigbt of each counties of Volusia and Brevard on I ing townships thirty-two and thirty-three, A tloQ.t.le tbrir III!)..., S
._ NTS
month. thence west on said line one mile southof AUs.; 35sellingour
the east by the Indian River, on the I Finished Cornpte4
line thir-
CHURCHES. township dividing townships I
south by Township line dividing Town-
First Presbyterian Church Pine street west of and the I ty-two and thirty-three, to range line between SAFETY LAMP
Washington avenue. Service every Sunday at 11 ships twenty-one twenty-two, on ranges thirty-seven and thirty- ,t) r"1oM in wry famiiy ci 4 j U
9:30 a. m. west by the St. Johns River. Voting more lulu than three
and 7:30 m. Sunday TITUSVILLE FLA. ordinary tamp.
LW. p. ; thence north line di-
to rail
eight township sized
Wednesday evening at :so.Rrv. store. I Lamp vent t.y LxprrM for
Prayer Meeting: every place Brady's Inspectors, George
cent \\
invited. and thirty e ale hare the b
John Foy Pastor. All cordially Gardner, W. P. Day, E. P. Wilbur; clerk viding townships thirty-two thirty- ): 1It'1I1D1C (otrc-e .'o tvn.J
I three, thence west to the east [line of Os- \10 for ilostrate. circalln ta'
MASONIC. Harry ceola county, thence north on said coun- FCRSHEE&KcUAKIN.CInclmutWMARVELOUS J
River L4d (. F. k A. M. meets the Fri- TlTCSVILLE.
Indian :! -- a
dsv eve on or prior to full moon every! month. Precinct No. 2. Boundaries as follows: ty line to township line, dividing town-
A. A. STEWART. W. M. and thirty-two thence rrMErtffiORV
MZSDEU Sec ships thirty-one ,
On the north by Township line dividing
east to east bank of Indian River, thence i
At the Democratic primary meeting Townships twenty-one and twenty-two, north along the east bank of Indian Riy !
on the east by Indian River, on the south
held last Saturday the following delegateswere er, to township line, dividing townships
the south of Grant
I by line Delespine on
and thence I have just received STOCK of
twenty-nine thirty, east on my DISCOVERY.PtoK7 :
elected to the Senatorial convention: the west by the St. Johns River. Votingplace .
said line to of beginning. embracesthe ". 1&
M. I ; \ : nr e. .J -Cnr of Mini
Wilson P. Court House.
R. Inspectors GeorgeB.
Messrs. R. Morrow, B. '
Voting place, Narrows post-office. In- \ :'cr w A'u < !J ii in cr.e7.n roiling great i
and J. W. Rogers. Rumph, Joseph W. Rodgers, GeorgeM. i LATEST STYLES and SHADESof ;linty"5m..t..lor'' *. 11"! Prospectus,
Fisher L. J. H. Venson, E. L. Gray H. B. Archibald L.
Robbins Clerk, J. P. Blake. I spctors, \\ih oj>.:i,uiis in iu. : KICHARU; IKOCTOR, If:
They uninstructed except to oppose ; B. Dawson. Clerk, J. F. Gray.GEORGIAXA. lions.V.. W. ASTOK! Juotn P. Ihx'lI".D. 14
CITY POINT. 31irou, \\oou, }(l'\. FIIAM-I U. Dzsiu
Capt. Sharpe. Mr. H. F. Atkinsonwas Precinct No. 3. Boundaries as follows: MARK TWAIN and t.o!'t free by

unanimously elected for candidatefor On the north by the south line of the Precinct 1\0.12. Boundaries as follows: LADIES' 237: Fifth PROF.Avcnue.LOI3ETTE New, York.

Justice of the Peace. Messrs. S. H. Delespine Grant, on the east by Indian Commencing on the east side of Indian .
River, on the south, beginning on Indian River on township line, dividing, town- Notice of Dissolution. !.
: F.
Ray. E. B. Wager, and G. Ensey, River on the half mile section line in i ships twenty-four and twenty-five, thencerun I
The firm of V rbeke and DicksonU
were elected primary executive committee section twenty-eight, township twenty- east to the Atlantic ocean, thence FELT & STRAW HATS this day dissolved by mutual consent.

for the ensuing term. Nearly the four south, range thirty-six east, runningwest south to the section line, dividing sec- Joseph R. Dickson will continue the

full Democratic strength of the precinctwas to St.Johns River, on the west by the tions fourteen and twenty-three in town- business, and is authorized solely to col-

eighty St. Johns River; Voting place ship twenty-six, south of range thirty- lect all debts and accounts and will also
present, aggregating nearly Point post-office. Inspectors, A. L. Hate seven east, thence west on said section line pay all liabilities. hi

votes. J. C. Norwood, H. S. Black: Clerk, J. D. I and continuation to the east bank of In- RIBBONS, FEATHERS, Etc. CHAS. 'r. VERREKE, .

.. Hatter. dian River, thence north meandering the JOS. R, DICKSOX. -

Mr. F. S. Goodrich,of Deland, deliv- ROCKLEDGE. east shore of Indian River, to the place Rockledge. Fla., Oct. 9th, 1SSS. 25

ered a rattling Republican speech at the Precinct No. 4. Boundaries as follows: of beginning. Voting place, Georgiana II

The On the north, commencing on the west post office. Inspectors, It. B. Stewart, New Partnership.
Court House last Thursday evening. bank of Indin River on the half-mile sec- William Owen, G. R. Sanderson. Clerk,
The firm of Verbeke & Dickson
attendance consisted largely of the color- tion line in section twenty-eight township Peter Wittfield. been dissolved, and the good-will having ana

ed element who cheered the speaker vo twenty-four south, of range thirtysix MERRITT'S ISLAND. MISS SWAIN, a lady of experiencein business of the firm having been trans A

ciferously he gave them snaps on the east and run west on said line, and i I Precinct No. 13. Boundaries as follows. Dressmaking and in Trimming Hats ferred to me, I have associated my

labor question for their edification. The continuation to St. Johns River, on the I All of Merritt's Island north of will be in charge of this Department to brother, D. A. Dickson, with me as a stud]
east by Indian River, on the south by I partner under the firm name of J. R. t:
best'part of his speech was where he denounced township line dividing townships twen- township twenty-four line and dividing twenty-five townships(except Design, or trim to order all Hats purchased -i Dickson & Bro., and the new firm will rh

the old' carpet bag regime ; but ty-five and twenty-six, on the west by I all that portion"of Merritt's, Island if desired. She will also Design continue the business at the old stand. arc

he forgot that the Republican party in the St. Johns Riyer. Voting place, Rock- lying north of line between townships and MAKE TO ORDER DRESSES Grateful to our friends for their patronage tit
J. F. Woolen hitherto I solicit
respectfully a
ledge post-office. Inspectors
t the and only un- and twenty-three which has when the materials from
Florida proud of past, A. W. Hardee, J. B. Bower ; Clerk, twenty-two are purchased continuance of their custom. ..
til towards the latter part of the speechdid R. C. May. been annexed to precinct 14, Canaveral.) stock. It is not my intention to establish 23 J. R. DICKSON :,
Voting place, House of T. H. Sanders,
he recollect that he had left that EAU GALLIE, Inspectors, M. S. Sams,S. J. Fields, Jas. a Dressmaking Department to my Court Florida retard ::
County County.By
part of the platform out in the cold,so he Precinct No. 5. Boundaries as follows ; Thompson. Clerk, J. R. Miot. business for the profits in Dressmaking, ::
the- said .
finally attributed the"devilish" govern- On the north, commencing on the county CANAVERAL.Precinct but only to assist or promote my sales in County Judge for County.To r

ment to the Democrats allowing the line dividing the counties of Osceola No. 14. Boundaries as follows: Dress Goods. Goods bought elsewherewill all to whom these presents shall [ :
and Brevard the line be- come, greeting:
on township
f "counterfeit" Republicans to run things, tween townships twenty-five and twentysix On the north by township line, divid- not be made up. Whereas Laura E. Willard applied to ar

especially when the Republicans had all running east to the west bank of In- ing townships twenty-one and twentytwo 1 bought three thousand dollars worth this court for Letters Administration :;
on the east by the Atlantic ocean
The usual dian River thence southward the on the estate of Benjamin C. Wlllanl,
the negro vote. protection on
on the south by township line di- and inDry 1
deceased, late of said ot ,
west bank of Indian River three milesto
; few State ,
theories and reference to
a a viding townships twenty-four and twen-
the section line sections these are, therefore, to cite and III
matters concluded the speech. Quite a and nineteen thence east eight-said ty-five. on the west by Banana River, also all and singular the kindred and creditors -
teen on
: of Democrats all that portion of Merritt's Island of said deceased to be and appear be-
number our section line and continuation east to
lying north of township line between fore this court, on or before the ICth day
were present at the meeting, but were the Atlantic ocean thence south Goods file ob- .1.1.
townships twenty-two and twenty-three. of November, A. D. 1888, and
not noticed to blush any. along Atlantic ocean to the township line Voting place, Burnham's grove. Inspectors jections, if any they have, to the grant II

between townships twenty-seven and N. N. Penny, H. Wilson. J. H. Ho- ing letters aforesaid, otherwise the same
1 At the Prohibition Democratic Convention twenty-eight, thence westerly on said gan. Clerk, Robert Ranson. will be granted as prayed. ,
I the following township line to the west line of Breyard, In testimony whereof 1 have olllcially
at Rockledge on Tuesday .
thence north on said county line to placeof IIATJ LOVER.Precinct set my hand and seal this 2nd day of
nominations were made: No. And can show you, in a few days, a
commencement. Voting place, Olm- 15. Boundaries as follows : Oct., isss. -k
For Senator, A. Brady; for Represen- stead's store, or Eau Gallie post-office. On the north by the south line of Vo Most Excellent Assortment in Materialsand MINOR S. JO\ES. lr

tative, Dr. W. L. Hughlett; for County Inspectors, C. J. Young, A. R. Hodgson, lusia county, on the east by the Atlanticocean Grades of Prices.A 25: County .Judge. :
John McAllister. Clerk, J. F. Bergin. on the south by the township line C.
David for Clerk of of these I had the
Judge, Wingood ; MALBAR. dividing townships twenty-one and twen- large portion In the Circuit Court of the 7th Judicial a

j Court, H. C. Cassidy; for Sheriff, A. D. Precinct No. 6. Boundaries follows : ty-two, on the wet by Indian River. Voting good fortune to secure at Bankrupt Sale, Circuit of Florida, Jlrerard County.

Baird ; For the remaining offices of Beginning at the point directly west of place, house on north side of the and secured some Bargains, which I propose In Chancery. .It

Treasurer, Asssessor, Collector, and Surveyor the head, or source of Turkey Creek, on new canal owned by J. D. Vann. Inspectors to divide with my Customers: "
I J. D. Vann E. C. Summerlin H. TILLIE IIATCIIETT PetItion to become .
t it deemed best to make the the line between Brevard and Osceola .
was I cannot to enumerate the Ex-Parte. Free Dealer.
Watton. Clerk C. H. Nauman. attempt j a
k counties, thence running east to the headof
same nominations as were made by the said Turkey Creek, thence along the OTTER CREEK. varied lines I have to offer, but kindly. Decree of Court.

regular convention, as follows: Messrs. south bank of said creek, to its mouth, I Precinct No, 16.Boundaries as follows: invite your inspection. My This day this cause came on to be t

Ray for Treasurer; Sanders for Assessor; thence directly east to the Atlantic I Beginning on county line between the heard on the report of the 3Iaster h 1t

I Hall for Collector; andBurchfiel for SurI Ocean, thence south to the line dividing. counties of Brevard and Osceola at the Chancery in and for Brevard county
I and thence Walter S. Graham, and after consideringthe for
townships twenty-nine thirty, township line dividing
The nomination for Senator was I. thirty-
veyor. contained it -
west to line between and evidence therein appearing
I county four and thirty-five at Otter Creek
declined, so we are informed,by Mr. Gar- Osceola counties thence north to place of thence east to the satisfaction of the court that
running to Allapattaoakee
t dner S. Hardee by W. H. place Grocery StockWill the petitioner, Tillle Hatchett la possessed I
Capt. Sharpe; beginning. Voting post-office at flats to range line between ranges thirty- It
of good business qualifications.
and also )Ir. A. Brady, who they nominated Malabar. Inspectors Ed Arnold, \\ P. seven and thirty-eight, thence south on Is therefore ordered, adjudged and de'f
I Arnold, A Bolton. Clerk, F. C. Macum- line to Dade countv line thence that the said
under his protest. We Have noth- range creed by the court, here, .yt
ber. west to line between Brevard and licensed \
county she is hereby
Tillle Hatchett be, and
to in to the
ing say regard BARKER'S BLUFF. Osceola counties thence north to placeof of and control her
to take charge
nominations, they are good ones,but the I Precinct No. 7. Boundaries as follows: beginning. Voting place, Otter Creek. be arriving in a few days, and I estate, to contract and be contracted I

main object of Tuesday's Convention i is On the north by township line, divid- Inspectors, Joel Swain, Hardy Raulerson hope to interest you in prices and goods with, to sue anil be sued, and to bind

to foreshadow the nominee for Senator I ing townships twenty-nine and thirty, on Archibald Raulerson. Clerk, John offered. My herself in all respects as fully as If*Je
the east by Indian River,on the south by Addison. were unmarried, and that she Is hereby
at the convention to be held tomorrow.Mr. I ordered
township line, dividing townships thirtyone MELBOURNE. made a free dealer. It Is further

Brady informed the Pro.-Dem. and thirty-two, on the west by the Precinct No. 17. Boundaries as follows; Seed Stock of 100 Bshls. Irish PotatoesI that this decree be published FLORIDA four
movement Ia. week that he could not I county line dividing Brevard and Osceola Beginning on a line between Brevard weeks In succession in the Erevan!

accept this nomination! that although he I counties. Voting place: Kitching'sstore. and Osceola counties, where line between STAR a newspaper published I

favored prohibition his friends had an- Inspectors, Dempsey Cain, B. W. townships twenty-seven and twenty- hope to have in soon. The uncertainty county.Done at chambers this Oct. 4th, ISSS.JOHN .
Jerome, Walter Knight. Clerk, Walter eighth intersects said line thence
county ,
nounced him as a candidate before the of getting them safely through
east on said line to the Atlantic Judge Circuit Court of 7th Judicm .
regular Se' torial convention. It is the ST. LUCIE. ocean, thence south to a point directlyeast quarantine has caused delays on first in- Circuit of Florida. -* .

regular nomination that Mr. Brady Precinct :No. 8. Boundaries: as follows: of the mouth of Turkey Creek, stallment. These will be Sold ExtremelyLow .t

wishes to receive, and it must come, not On the north, one mile south of the thence west to the mouth of Turkey for first-class Seed Stock. I will SIIEHIFF'S SALE. it
line Creek and the north bank of said issued
township dividing townships thirtytwo along
as a dark-horse, but as the free will of have also Commercial Seed Stock at a Under and by virtue of an
and thirty-three, on the east by the creek to its head or source, thence directly of the Circuit Court for the 7th
the delegates in the convention, before Atlantic Ocean, on the south, by town- west to the line between Brevard and less price, Judicial Circuit of Florida,

any dead-lock that might occur. ship line, dividing townships thirty-five Osceola counties, thence north to the upon a judgment recovered in the court 01the I

Mr. J. H. White received the nomina- and thirty-six, on the west by range line place of beginning. Voting place, Melbourne Honorable Minor S. Jones, count/ ..

tion for School Superintendent. dividing ranges thirty-seven and thirty- post-office. Inspectors; C. J. Hec- REDUCTION IN HATS AND SHOES. judge and ex-officio justice of the pea for '

L eight. Voting place, store of Canning tor, D. W.McQuaig, 0 C. Heasley. Clerk, IJrevard county, Florida, and transcribe1to ?
1 Company. Inspectors, J. S. Bell, Thos.J. E C. Thomas. said circuit court, wherein D. LV*"-

t Xarroivs Primary.At DeSteuben, James Paine. Clerk, W. SATE OF FLOIDA, Ladies' French Kid Shoes, former den was plaintiff and Hannah 31. cser _

a meeting of the Democrats of Pre McMillan. I BREVARD COUNTY. }| price, $5,reduced to $4.25. was defendant, I have levied upon and m71sell and

cinct No. 11, held at Narrows P. O. on EDEN. This is to certify that the aboye and at public outcry, to the hi the

the 6th inst., the following nominationswere Precinct No. 9. Boundaries as follows: foregoing is a true copy of the boundaries best bidder, for cash, in front of coojv,
Straw Hats 50 cent. reduction wdon
per on house door in Titusville, in
made On the north by township line divid- and designations of the several precincts the
: November,
ing township thirty-five and thirty-six, in Brevard county as appears'of former prices. the first Monday in A. D
n\-ention' thereof,
For delegate to the to beheld same being the 5th dar
on the east by Atlantic Ocean, on the record in my office. I further certify of we, tbe
i at"Rockledge, on the 12th inst., H. south by the county line dividing Brey that the inspectors and clerks above 1883, within the legal hour

B. Archibald, uninstructed ; for Justiceof ard and Dade counties, on the west by mentioned were duly appointed by the Yours truly:, .'> .,d following property, to-wit and: bof ceCti- :'-'

the Peace, E. L. Gray ; for Primary range- line, dividing ranges thirtysevenand Board of County Commissioners to serve ., Lots three and south fix (3 of 36 east,<**-

Executive Committee, E. L. Gray, Louis thirty-eight. Voting place, Eden in their respective precincts. h township 08 21, more or range 1eN.

Stoeckel,"R. B. Spratt. post-office. Inspectors T. E. Richards, Witness my hand and seal this 8th, taining acres J.,Eo BOW3I.V>', ,

E. L GRAY, Chairman. E. L. Lucas, E. J. Shattuck. Clerk, J. day of October A. D. 1888. G-EO. B. ""BTJMPH.: Sheriff of Brevard county, }1a.4

H. B. ARCHIBALD. Secretary. Howard LeTornau.s A. A. STEWART Clerk. 2 ,- I Dated this Oct. 3d, l&3. -;







Jnofacturer# v. Starck of fine, Proprietor.Havana and DoJnestieCigus. ,- OLI'VER: _&, B1.1"DGE: S. H. RAY ,

Trade supp1ied with fine ,
Ddnadegoods. Orders promptly filled. Dealers in
at}Ialabar, Fla. 28 a

-S. F. GRAY.- GEORGIA PINE LUMBER, Successor to J. C. Norwood and Co.,


'. Ha
pop tf John)I.Dt on Drug

General I-Iardware
'jAN'S: ,

JEi THE?!PER PIONEER SUBSCRIPTION AGEXCY.AGENCY Sash, Doors and Blinds ; Stoves, Tinware and Crockery.Refrigerators Gen'l Merchandise

For terms and sample copies addressCHAS.H.NAUMAN I P.A.JN"TS: : A..1'TD OILS,

Fla. Water Coolers Ice Cream Freezers STORE.
E&nluverP. 0., Brevard county, a

T AEVIS:: Screen Wire, Screen Windows, Screen-Wire Doors., i


A First-Class Stock
Sewlr rnished Rooms Good Table. -
Terms per
Egyptian Queen Pine Slips. ,

Special rates by the week or month. INDIAN RIVER NURSERIES.Bone -oFGROCERIES-

WM. JAil"IS, Prop'r. FURNITURE STORE.Frosotier. Meal, Tobacco Stems, Cotton-seed Meal, Cow Peas 'Fertilizers.

J Jk Karat House to Steamboat Landing.
JOHN 15. JSEACH, Indian River Nurseries, East Melbourne, Fla.





. The requistes of a good Wind Engineare ,
Jacksonville, Fla. Parlor Suites



I"ill Sell and Deliver at your nearest ,-
ttion First-ClaSs Beds Mattresses Mens' Ladies' & Childrens'

CITY. r.

Springs Numbers of tee '' can be
ORoRGA..L : [: s.CLOTllIG '

shown to prove the Kirkwood'VindEngine -
i S And everything in the FURNITUREline.

Call and see the New Stock posseses all these.

I roiUSS MONET than any other house in the just received.
tl eUtateL I always guarantee instruments to.repreleJ1ttd.
I Will ship a Piano or Organ to
| tsj boned man or woman on trial and if not Keeps full supply of metallic and wooden
Mbtietory, I will pay freight both ways. $25 THE KIRKWOOD WIND ENGINE
and 110 a month on*Piano, and$10 cash and Coffins, Cases and Caskets. I i .A..TS
I ti i north on an Organ till paid for-not much ,
in Una ordinary rent. On these very liberal Is the Most Reliable, Durable, Lightest-running and Powerful Wind Engine in-
I IBM instrument Send for Funerals attended if desired. All orders -
iron can own a vented.
Coupled with its symmetrical design and handsome makes it
I Ha CATALOGUE containing full information. executed and appearance
..UIUIcStrings,Violins Banjos, Guitars Ac- promptly reasona- most desirable and economical for the purchaser.
1I deons, and in fact, every Musical Instrument rates Embalming done. 22
tilt II mad..and at very low prices. Send for com. MILLS, TANKS, TOWERS, PUMPS, PIPING.
__C&talogues. I have 20.000 pieces of Choice
I Ink it 10 cents per copy. 6,000 books of Choice Mill can be seen in operation af my place at Eden. Write for Illustrated Cata
I ruled It cents per copy. 6,000 Books of Choices logue,free. Address,
Ir teal!lad Instrumental Music at 50 cents and 25 Geo. B. Rumph. ,
;t I'M. lay piece of sheet music published at 25 G. LOUTREL LUCAS, EDEN
," IM f tr below publishers prices. Books of 3 I FLORIDA.233mo..
I HwiMdi,sheet music size 10 cents. Send for A FULL LINE OF I
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. Gent's Furnishing Goods,
1.B. Campbell, Jacksonville, Fla.

\nation this paper.] 50.lyr. .

Notice of Election.

.' fens Sheriff of'Brevard County, Florida '1 ,4 f

v:".; .joetuy of State of the state of Florida, ,
j.tereby give notice that a _t


I- on Tuesday next succeeding the .
";. J* Monday in November, A. D. 1888.f ..
I*la1d Tuesday being the AND


' ., I ?Four Electors of President and Vice FOR SALE AT
I*|dent of the United States.Representative LINENROBERT Ship Chandlery Goods.
one for tne second FINE
,i<' Pttaonal District of Florida, in the
' f Congress of the United States
Governor; of the State of Florida.: :r- :BI RNBAUM'SITHE .
lJ* Secretary of State for the State of. Q .

; Ff>m BUIST'S
Attorney-General of the 8tJtef'l'
These will be the main features of my

-Comptroller of the Stateof Florida. Fresh Garden Seeds ONE business, but orders sent me for anything
'''-'. J FOts Of*Treasurer of the State of Florida. Sold at Philadelphia Retail Prices. Will CLOTHIER.Clyde's .
t, perintendent of Public Instruc- make special!orders and prices to kept in any store in Titus-
Fa t.Ue State of Florida. ...
" wanting seedsin
Commissioner parties will be promptly filled.
"!".. \t':'.A of Florida. of Agriculture, of bulk.

!1 :1.ree Justices of the Supreme Court Geo. B. Rumph. .
&te of Florida. ,
J 19 Titusville, Fla. -
:iJ a Senator for the 13th Senatorial .

,:!Ii.F.If e.a member of House of Represen PORTER & POTTER, & Will! buy Frnits,,Eggs, Chickens,

p (1OI1ty Judge.
*.: a Clerk of the Circuit Court.;

t'';;, P'%a Tit sherifr.Assessor. Real Estate Dealers, New York Charleston & Florida S. S. Line. Or any Country Produce my customersor .

a friends
:; : Collector. may bringto
Lake Worth, Dade Co., Fla.
,,. i.t......anaty Superintendent of Public Lake Worth, Florida is the most tropical part of market.
,'} the State. It lies parallel with the ocean beach, in NEW YORK, AUG. 16, 1888. "
,, F9tcunty Surveyor 22 miles long, of an average width of one mile, is 1. ;"
j connected with the ocean by an inlet and is 110- ;"
jtuice of die peace in and for where over three-quarters of a mile from the ocean. FOR FERNANDINA, FLA., DIRECT.Steamers .
'cta tee District in said County. The flushing and hunting cannot be excelled,pom-
'I f.o'actable in and fur each Justice pan,blue fine fish fish,tea trout,barracuta, sheephead and are appointed to sail from Pier 29, East River, New York, I ask for a share of the public patron
is said other being easily caught by trolling or
,: 1\ County. v ith a net Deer and wild turkey are plentiful in '
i 'Ja.urea of the Sheriff is called to the pine woods beyond the chain of fresh water Every AVednesday, at 3 p. m. age, and come as a supplicant, not a
( i ing them lakes which lie west of Lake Worth. Beautiful co.
to notice
1tc '
cause a
coanut groves are in bearing all along the shores of DELAWARE. dictator, asking for your favor.
to be Wednesday,Sept. 26th
published in
: Prinectio1 a news- the lake and guavas mangoes, sapadillos, alligator "
". th !I1theCOunty,iftnere hea pa- pears,sugar apples,Spanish limes Jamaica apples, If courteous treatment,good ..
e County,and if there be no tamarinds, coffee,gcosberry trees maumee apples FB.OlW:: FEB..N AND IN A ,..
In paper almonds, dates, figs,
, the maumee sapotaa oranges
. S,.e County, they shall cause limes,lemons,citron and all kinds of tropical lruit+ DIRECT FOR NEW YORK. goods and low figures is '.; t't'
!!,f' dAtlie COpies of this notIce to be post- and flowers are doing finely here. This is the most f* *&!
-j"i ,B t Ub1ic of Florida being 100 miles east of the the candidate for
IS places in the County. eastern part Steamers are appointed toil TUESDAY follows
every as :
longitude of Jacksonville. This brings the Gulf .
r' he'n IMONY whereof I have to the land here than at other .,' *
Stream nearer any :1 ,
w'f, ..f.. (1.1 thereunto set my hand and affixed part of the coast, and thus insures the most even GULF STREAM.......Tuesday, Sept. 25th public favor. -.: ,...")".1<('
seal of the State of Flor- temperature of any place in the United States. A
,it Tallahassee large acreage is put in garden truck every winter The freight and passenger accommodations are unsurpassed. Every attention will be then I'm ::.i.
tho capital, from 15,000 to 20.000 bushels of early tomatoes being given business entrusted to this lino. _' "'A...'!
a .\\.laJ: en etb day of Aug.a.c grown every year,which bring from $1.60 to Direct all shipments from New York via Clyde's Florida Line Pier29.East River. "t' '" ;- elected. f .- I :" ,; ..a
$5.00) per busheL Good hotels stores aud voetnflices For: further information apply to '. I ....., ,: : ,;,:
JHX L. are convenient. lot of all sizes and prices J. A. STEAD. Agent j. A. LESLIE Agent, ," ,, .:.t.',
CRAWFORD. Btcaredby the above firm who Lave; almost al of Fernandina,Jll\: 88 W.Bay St.,Jacksonville Fla. Your. ''
Secretary of State. the best laud to sell Parties buying-now will, in r TIIEO. G. EGER,Tratftcllauager. WM. P. CLYDE A CO., GK"-'L.AGTS., .," anxious to please,. .
E. short time more than double the purchase money 35 Broadway,N.Y. 12 South Wharves Philadelphia 35 Broadway N.Y.
'ar B41r'HASheriff Brevard rots range from 5 to 10 acres all fronting on Lake F. :M. IRONMONGER, Jr.,General Traveling Agent Jacksonville.FlOrida..., ; .-
Prices from $20 to $300 an acre. 4nyonr \
J 14. worth.wishing further information enclose tamp to the Since last season VENTILATORS have been constructed on the iron steamers for the s. B.a-v. ;
,Avg 20 l88 F. f above firm- better transportation of Oranges and Vegetables. .1L3..





e I Work has been resumed at Brown & Company' urin ; sour taste in the mouth, frequently -I I GUNS REVOLVERS Sud Ump for price lit CARDS. =--
the strikers
rolling mill Pittsburg, of
attended by palpitation
Fresh, Crisp Gleaning of Recent Note going back at the old wages. L.A.OIXGRAS, -
worthy Happening 1 Indianapolis gas fitters kicked themselvesout the heart ; impaired visions-with

The Brotherhood will the southern of the working harness on a question of I
request that to be swimming in
roads employing negro firemen to substitute VO per cent advance in wages and a reduc- .spots seem AffHT-LW AND ROTARY PUBLIC
white men. tion of work from ten hours to nine. the air before the eyes ; a cough IEMORY

The Wichita county, Kansas county seat Personal. with a greenish-colored expectoration Rock Ledge, FIjATTORNEYATLAW

war has been compromised, Leoti winningthe Some say the mysterious giver of 112,000
prize. Coronado and Farmer City are to the yellow fever sufferers is George Law ; poor night's rest ; a sticky D. L. GAULDEN,

now moving their buildings into LeotLA the man who gives away diamOi di. slime about the teeth and gums ; DISCOVERY.Any .

Pennsylvania man named Sayler has J. G. ParkhuTht, of Michigan, will probably -
made 11,000 grain'cradles by band in the succeed Lambert Tree as minister to hands and feet cold and clammy ; Mindvanderinjc hook learned in one cured.reading. ,

last forty-two years. !!1 Brussels. irritable temper and bowels boundup >l>eakins; without note-. Titusville, Florida.JOXFS .
The two hundred and fiftieth anniversaryof i! Nat Goodwin ha been sued for breach of Wholly unlike artificial .Rj-teiu.
the first settlement of Swede in Amer- i promise by Lilla Farrell, the actress. She and costive. This disease has Piracy condemned by Mipreme Court.
Great inducements to correspondenceclax &
ica was celebrated at Minneapolis, Minn. wants (10,000 damages. puzzled the physicians, and still .. I WILLIAMS.
Alexander Goldensen was hanged at San Samuel Randall is almost well a-jaiii. ProBvectn-, with 1 hu n. nf pr. WI1l. A. Ham

Francisco, Cal, for the murder of a four- puzzles them. It is the common- mond the world-farue.t t>,>tt'i.11i--t in Mind 1iM-asei .\t!o'.:1l'J'.a.. ,"..

teen-year-old school girl, in November, 1BSO.a Texas Fever in Ohio. ist of ailments and yet the most girt Daniel auil Gneidmf..thrMiit Thoup.lie(in1Prof. >> great I'hycliolo-

a The probabilities are that the efforts of the MOUNT VERNON, 0., Sept 20.-Two weeks A. OIS-: T1X, 2. 7 Fifth .,..... New York. Titusville FUrkk.Q.EO. .
Southern Ute commission to treat for the CC' Joseph Beers, a farmer residing at Fred complicated and mysterious. Some- 20. -- -

removal of the Indians to Utah will not be !I eiiic.own, this county, imported a herd of times it is treated as consumption, 31. ROI5IJINS,
successfuL T.-z cattle from Arkansas for breedingpur

Under the anti-polygamy law of 1882 there N i-rs.. llecf ntly a strange disease broke sometimes as liver complaint, and EXHAUSTED VITALITY

have been in the territory of Utah 500 con- (\m U"'I1 the cattle. A veterinary surgeon | then again as malaria and even as ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
victions for polygamy, adultery and unlaw- of tinirv. after a thorough examination --: r mIIESCIENCE OF
ful cohabitation. prou'w. t the iisea Texas fever. Several heart disease. But its real natureis =THE HENCEIca LIFE the preat TnrI1.LJ:' F1.A ..\.

The Christian church celebrated the one ota :- n,*rd of the same neighborhoodshow : that of constipation and dY8 )epI _OF Work of the
hundredth anniversary of the birtu of Alex- strong symptoms of contagion, and J !;LIFE ageonManhnodNerv M. TIIH.\ IIEI:,

ander Campbell, its founder, at Louisville. their owners are greatly! aHrmeit Prompt sia. It arises in the digestive organs o.::: :__ -- : one and Physical D.- I -

Before a justice of the peace in the city measures will be adopted and everything I and soon alllcts; all the oth'rsthrough -- bility. Premature l>c- ATTORNEY-AT-LAW

hall, Chicago Wednesday, Miss Mary Engelwas : done to stamp out the scourze. KrJOtU THYSELF U untold'YO.'lt r-:'
marriedtoMr. Gustavm' Rust. The brideis : the corrupted and poisoned d mi 1'. o. DOS *\ s\Nn r.i> rt.v.
I consequent thereon. 300 pages 8 vo., 125 pre 1CtopracttceInallIke o-nttir ..I ti. Wr-t'
the daughter of Anarchist George Engel, AN ACCOMMODATING CONDUCTOR blood. Often the whole body-in- jcriptions for all diseases. Cloth full gilt,only f 1.00, Circuit and Suj-rnae' l'''"''. ..
who was banged with Spies, Parsons and I by mail, scaled. Illustrative sample free to ell vo n:.'
Fischer about a year ago. Rust was a sympathizer |I Hi- Stops a Tr.iiu While Two Passengers I eluding the nervous system-is !ifemlbj I and middle-aged: men. Send now. The Gold .i.d ---- ------ -
Fight a Ut'I-nt'J Killrd.CATLETTSBIHIG Jewelled Medal awarded to the author by the Xational TD I;. P.UnCIIFIKLP
with the brides father. farced even when there is Medical Association. Address P.O. Box lsi(5,!...-- ,
A Holstein-Friesian cow owned by Farmer j I Ky., Sept. IS.-T\\"o men I I ton, Mass., or Dr. W. II. PARKER, gr:ukle of
Powell, of Crawford county Pennsylvania, named Steand: Mockabee. both drunk I no emaciation to tell the story. I Harvard Medical College, 25 years'practice in r *.
boarded toe east-b>ual C. & O. train at : ton,who may be consulted confidentially oaic- COUNTY SURVEYOR
has broken the record. Sae is a registeredcow has shown that thereis
of Man.
:Mount Sterling Saturday afternoon and Experience No. 4 Bulftnch St. Specialty,Diseases
and her sworn record for thirty-one : Cut this out. You may never see it again.PARKER'S ,
days is 125 pounds and twelve ounces of unsalted -' fought all the way to Steo tone where the I but one remedy that can certainly i i - -- Orders l>y mail will reeeiv :<* pi mp'
conductor, for the safety of those in his attention as calls in j>er-4>n.
butter. Ibis butter was made from I this disease in all its ,
chars1 the off and toid them to cure :: : !
put men
1,773 1-2 pounds of milk which she Adilre (it"tlr
gave FLiTT
;: ana.
during that period. fight it out. They drew their pistols and exchanged I namely.Shaker Extract of Roots or I HAIR BALSArvl
i five shots each. The fifth shot from Cleanses and beautifies the hair.
Seventeen thousand bills have been introduced ; I Mother Seigel'b Curative Syrup. It Promotes a luxuriant growth.
Steele's pistol passed thrown )Iock bee';; F. ATKINSON
in congress since the present session Never Fails to Restore Gray .
began brain killing him instantly. They were f never f!lil-:::. but nevertheless; no Hair to its Youthful Color.
cousins One lived at Soldier atvl the orner [Prevents IHndrntT and hair falling
A contagion of genuine Texas fever, in its I time should be lost in trying other rc'4 :v I 60c and *1.flrtat Drntrdstii.t OF THE
at Enterprise. There were no arrests. ____ JUSTICE PEACEFor
most violent form, has broken out near j u. __h___
Mockabee was the most to bKme for the >o-called remedies: for tlH'111 do
Streator III trouble. After tne killing Stella bo irvll the I (.;n v::r t cSPPS'S.L-( o,1'tl1'I! ?;(;. the jocund Justice District i 'Ir Bft-

The next festival of the North AmericanSingers' train and proceeded home, train having ,I no r ood. Jet this great vegetable card county ; Court days, third Mon Ur.
union will be held at New Orleansin I
waited until the duel I discovered COCOA. of each month.
February. ;I -was--over. prej:eration ( by a venerable -
An attempt will be made to light Gedney's whose i is household BREAKFAST. -- -- -- -
nurse name a
L.' .': :;1:: lot t'r. elusions."If It
channel, New York bay, by six one hundred I!: you ,_n..- ....:" .. '," word in Germany). and be '.Ly t tL..h, );,11"\\h-r) ui t. a lI.atllr..lla",. \OTII:.
'candle power incandescent electric lamps ..... wlJkh y.n. n. tL" "I" rrtnt..r: : &!:I"I''U and III. I
inclosed 1''C.. trill,'". Io: :. ,..ft"al -)12....ti..J! '-I the Iifl"1"r'.. All li'rnn< 'ulc'.rllf"1. ail i t3U--
in lanterns
supported by buoys. . the article.GIVE .
spur And... ir.y foi't.:c,: i : : tj :--:1.1: sure to get genuine 1>Pill... O? wellwl.rtr.t (. ... ". 3Ir 1:1"1' Lan l'ro'. t Botit.t' that thirty Iivafter iat..
Notice has been" received at St. Vincent'Iabbey. '. ;.t.1"l' the 1.-:.. 1 o-:; i ..; ;j la; I ,, ,. .
> IO1:0H ri.I.t.n'hi raln.t t: t.o"" H liar It.i.I atd\ :::Io\"orh' J 11 intend to to the HowirnMo J' Ir
Latrobe, Pa., of the elevation of Abbot t ';'.::.: L.} 1-.1 i-S .A -.j'.CtiJC3Plc. UP RY SEVEN Or'::}" "% i, L n.a..vr It. matLeavy ,I1'"tnr"t'hilt. )
.. ...... ....... .. .. D. ltrr.ome..lude; of the (limit Court.
Andrew Hintenach, the successor of the \ : :;&: :;: --; '" c__ Cc. Shaker Extract of Hoots or Sci- :t i. !':: t1, j'1.U..t. t .is '.f cllt"h IU"Io"I..t,11..r I
late Arch Abbot W mll1 r, to the ollioe of I .: .lu 1.:;....,.. ,..-'",...__."r tllnt 't r.."..titllli 'It may I.. era.!.daisy Pith lip of the 7th Judicial Circuit of Florida.w:
arch abbot. i :. .: 1'\.. ...... _. .... -Jlc1e. gel's Syrup has raised: me to good "' til -trIO'. ,e oueL In r."bt t\t r' Iri.irt.,"' to I and for Urevard County. for kate l to
.. ,, .;..
due It II rtrnl+ -ultilr ii.auArouii ate floating elf honorfcaliin
A steady rain for ""et1ty.fJur hours extinguished --- health after seven; doctors had given .: n-. r-"l\ I'at auk H i. fto\.r tllaraiA a adopt. and fora decree big
the forest fires near Cadillac Somewhat 1'iiuct tt:utr.!>:c.Pa. I weak p..fur.V.,. ',,, Mich. if jeer ou iulluu.i i-... New me up to die of consumption. kft-in. on ....'n', ", ,>.1 fiir'if.r'vn'h mire hl. od child of.Tam('- A. MrC'rory. and If rtfc-x}
i "">f "i J' i 1\ in iiri-ll-il irmi.e."-C' i/.S>.*iGii'lt' r
The mining camp of Castle Mont, is the York)-Porter, whtn/'a l u o matteriin this So writes 1F.. Grace.Kirkmanville: 5I"u- >im'dv with Lollingattroruulk. custody of>aiil intnnt.DRLCILLA.

teene of great excitement. Mining groundis ice water, it's \\ariuf I' S.i.i 'II 1 ., :11-1",111.,1! rlP1". t.-ott-ri, labJled : 1\. McCnoRT.Titusvillf. .
rapidly being: bouht at ten times the I Porter-:-\. aim, sabD;:.t'?..ruin: I pit a Todd Co., Ky. tbl'-: ..f.Fi'i'S I ; ,\'. 0 ll.''I'''rp "t'.H-Chrmj-t''. Fla. Sept. llHh. lass.

prices asked a week ago. chunk of ice in tie filter, t...... j..* ::.:.u \>o let liE IIKAItriOF IT JUST IX TIME. Londi.i'. }.uy'aiul: 24 -
__ ____ __ __
A syndicate of English and German capi- Chicago, deed 1iLL-.t:.. _. .. ._,.$_ I H the &reth J iirI
/ Cirmit Court of *
"I had l been about given to
talists is trying to gee nod; of all the breweries --- -- up HINDERCORNS.
I Circuit of Floruit, Vrtntnl ('y,
in Philadeipuia. Short r .".: .. .- :. I die with dyspepsia when I first; saw ;1e only sure Cure for Corns. Stops aU f4tn. F.n'nrt'lleomtort I' A. 1) 18SS. IH CAt
to the feet. 1So.atDruggists. 1i1scOx&Co..N.: rery.
The circuit court at Louisville commenced I Dow th .,'.' 1i
its fall term with fifteen murderers on the i AuJ t-i.: ., : '.''':1rrI the advertisement of Shaker Extract BARKERS; iiiit'iiT \, J. H. FOSTER )

docket. I Are bocura:' > .r of Roots or Seigel's Syrup. v*' I>i UoIutlot: f-t
.. '1 he best of all remedies for ''F. MORTEX & HATTIE
Charles A. Pillilmry & Coiipinv! the Minneapolis For the>i.::l. < l' \
millers divided $4JOJO profits ....,. . .:as. After using four bottles I was able Inward Pains, Colic, Indiges- U. | arlnrri"HllENUV '
lion. Exhaustion and all Stomach -
among their employe -' to attend to my business as well as and Bowel troubles. Also ilOirTEN. j jI

Twenty-four Swedish girls arrived in New An AceomincUatls; .;: : .:uj. the most effective cure forj_ It from the attidavit ('ft'

York Monday from Europe, under contractto Her Father can't g.'..' .. .' .. ';-.\. I ever. I know of :several cases of Roughs affectionS Colds of ,the Bronchitis breathing and I y I above appearing named plaintiff that the rrpor

marry men whom they knew only through am very poor Mr. Uw. nil chills and fever that have been :arans. It promotes refreshing dents. F. Morten :",,111. K. Morten b**

correspondence and photographs.James won't foot up to mode iii_.; .. .- ; eep, improves the appetite, wife and Ih'1rlollt'l1.. are r.1)n-m&-&
McCann aged twenty-eight Mr. Browne Oa ;J.U .. . cured by it. So writes Thos. Pul- ,vercomes nervous prostration,
ran i: ; VJ 1nJ gives new life and strength dents of the State of Florida, and

away from home in Williainsport: Pa., when to begin oa, llr. Jsmyili.Ati -u... .'_ _. :. hUll, of '1'ay, Geneva Co., Ala. c the weak and aged. 500.__and__$1.00_ at Drgsuists. their respective residence* _are C'ovla :
but old. ---- --
He has returned u
eight years to his --- ton, in the State ol Kentucky.the but tai
family after an absence of twenty years. tl\cu TeinShe's -.,. .: WORTH TEX DOLLARS A BOTTLE. PIONEER COOPERAGE ;I I., Post Ollice address of the sail F

Crimes and Casualties. J the evecest inn. -tHe ....... .. .-..... I I Mr. Thomas P. Evans, of the 3Iorten :1t1(11I. B. Morten, i* 13J 1bi.'
said as he taw i.o \\it-'" Syrup Barrels $2.25. I' Street. Uneinnati. Ohio. and that ;
George )Iilliduvo.s convicted of wife I firtH of Evans & Bra Merchants,
She got mad once Lot r yeAn :::-:.:. said ecUTflj ot:='
murder at Shawueetowu, Ill, and sentencedto j"e:1 l-Jauge tn order ten cents extra.Wheelwright'lrg respondents are rei
slie's stayed mad r t.i tt' rlorntown Accomack Co. Va. ordered Oat
be hanged November 23. cf' the age Of 21 year*. It I*
Six men were terribly injured in a hand writes that he had been !sick withligestive and Repairing. I I the said respondents. F. Morten. IL I.I '.

car accident near M.anohtield, Wis. In the Prophet Bll!> uN-;. I Morten, his wife and Henry Morten. rrespectively
A St. Louis table car jumped the track, Biff (to a stranger to Diii;L'O:1)n it disorders for many years C. O. B. on or before the th day ot

and a lady named Collins sustained fatal in- rain? and had tried many physicians and honey barrels and Oval Water Breakers I November A. It. lSSS. plead s r..i'-t.

juries.John. Stranger-Don't know. (Exit) from $:'.00'up. demur to the complainaiit's Bill of (sot
U. Wogan a noted desperado, was Dingeon'Yho was that man I medicines without benefit. He be- t plaint herein tiled l or the fame wi:1: be

shot dead by Constable Henry Hall, at Mt Biff- Jones, the celebrated weather gan to use Shaker Extract of Rootsor Tanks i! taken as confessed and the complia:tDI.sal

Carmel, Ill, while trying to escape from his oroohe-Time.Don allowed to proceed ex-parte: with
captor. Seigel's Syrup about the last..of and all kinds of COOPER WORK to order. cause. And it Is further ordered thIS I
Do We Dig Our Graves Ire
Charles J. Bodendieck is in .lil Chi- better of this order be published In ti*
j at i Jan., 1887, and was so much T. ..r31SO i. copy
cago. He bad a lot of explosives in his must eat or we cannot live. FLOKIUA STAU neWspaper.pllbl1Dnifa
I in three weeks that he considered LaGrange. : : Florida. wett"
possession. He confined in a disguised This we all know, But do we all said county lor four consecutive V.
detective and said he intended .to avenge I himself a practically well man. prior to said 5th day of November A.ISSS
know that die ? It is Honorable John v-
Spies' death. we by eating WITNESS the
W. G. Josenhand and Andrew Lulu house said we dig our graves with our He adds I have at this time one 5,000 Budded Trees For Sale Broome.Judge of said court as well at

painters, fell thirty-five feet from a ladder at bottle on hand, if I could not get A. _\. Stewart Clerk of said conrt. twseal
Pittsburg, killing one and fatally injuringthe teeth.; How foolish this sounds. At Low Price of said Court, at the Court HoosTitusville.
more I.would not take a ten dollar lStb dal
other. any this
Yet it is fearfully true. We are In said county,
The trial in Chicago of Mrs. Meckie Raw- bill for it. 60,000 in Nursery. of September A. D. 1SS8.
son for shooting Attorney Whitney, was in- terrified: at the approach of the ,A. .\. STrK& T..
definitely postponed on account of the absence All druggist, or address A. J. Clerk Circuit Coort.
cholera or yellow fever, yet there Apply to W. II. SHARPE,
of counseLIn White, Limited, 54 Warren St., Jones and Williams solicitor* tor co;
San Bernardino county, Californio, is a disease constantly at our doors City Point, Fla. plainant.

Mojave Indians burned a young squaw at and in our houses far more dangerous N.
the stake on charges that she practiced Y.WM.
witchcraft. Many of the tribe had died and destructive.ost people SHARPS
H. lJ..V.allory. S. Line
from a typhoid epidemic.William have in their stomachs a poison, S. ,
Bohan, of Rockaway, N. Y., who
gouged out his wife's eyes, was sentenced to more slow but quite as fatal as the
twenty-six years and elevea months' Imprisonment germ of those maladies which sweep NEW YORK AND FLORIDA.
at bard labor.
men into eternity by thousands FI103I NEW YOKK CITY EISTREET FEnS.A JIXA f.
The Death Roll. without warning in the time of FOll PIER 21. E. R.. EVllKY FRIDAY. CEN-r WHARF, J\"D:1' TB
Henry Corwith, whose wealth is estimated .
great epidemics. But it is a mercy POINT.Lands XEW YORK, BOSTON AXD PIIIL.IDELFI1JI.

Capt. John W. Tobin, a noted manager of I that if we are watchful, we can the Iron Steamships STATE OF TEXAS, CITY OF SAN ANTONIO,

steamers plying between New Orleans and tell when we are threatened. The sold on long time with interest, or GRANDE, compose the Florida Service.

Vicksburg, died in Lexington, Ky., last the lease or for cash. York aluaP
Thursday, and his remains were interred in following are among the symptoms, on system, Passage Rates, between Florida and Sew

New Orleans on Sunday. yet they do not always necessarily the Lowest.
; Jack Furber, a St Louis sporting man, Lands cleared and planted, and cared for Ee& Rates of Freight always Low as Competing Lines. .. E31
1 appear in the same order nor are Train from on J. T. & K. >
: died of Bright's disease. if desired ; by contract or otherwise. Early Morning Every Thursday point

Hon. John EL Edwards, ex-governor of they always the same in differentcases. connects with steamer same day at Fernandina.

Missouri, died at Stockton. CaL There is dull and Refer to E. M. Breese, Detroit, Mich.; SCHEDULE.
Rev. Dr. Travelli, of Sewickly, Pa., who a sleepyfeeling Jno. C. Norwood, Titusville, Fla.; B. }V.

introduced the kindergarten system of edu- ; a bad taste in the mouth, and J. Stras,Tazewell Court House, Va.; Steamships sail from Fernandina every Thursday lN D1e a,

cation in America, died at Pittsburg. especially in the morning the and A. Becker, Montreal, Canada, for arrival of trains from South Florida, and morning trains from Jukn
Hon. Sobieski Brad}, secretary of state of ; appetite -
whom I have made follows :
West Virginia from 1&76 to J8SO, died at is changeable, sometimes CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder.......................Thursday,Aug.t.

Wheeling. Henry aged B. seventythree.Col. Hubbard, an .old and leading poor, and again it seems as thoughthe Opened for the Season. CARONDELET, Captain Evans.......................................Thnt'd1'CITY &* 1S

citizen Wheeling, W. Va., who succeeded patient could not eat enough OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder.........................Thn,55'I1./' .. :s t3 1

j CoL Thoburn in command of the I6r A man who is interested in his own CARONDELET, Captain Evans.....HM..NN..H..O.H.....-..M '

First West Virginia infantry when the latter and occasionally no appetite at all ; welfare will be pleased to know tha: CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder.......,........_...... u1' pd 1

was killed, died, aged seventy-two. dullness and sluggishness of the ANDREW GIBSON CARONDELET, Capt. Evans........................................ .....Thnrtdy! I, n......!
2 i labor Notes.The mind no ambition to study or SOCTH-BOUICB-Steamahipa Bail from New York, Pier No. 21,E. R-. foot of J'D1&oa
; at 3 aa follow
the finest to be found inTlton.Ule p.m. :
: Brotherhood hostlers, at St. Louis, refused work: more or less headache and Keeps oysters September 28th : October 5th, 12th. 19th, 26th. IChtJ a yetwees dew f"
t I' to house the Burlington engines During the yellow fever epidemic steamers will cor.tinne their regular

brought over the Wabash, and the wipers heaviness in the head ; dizziness and a Fernandina.-Direct all Freight Order via freight Mallory Tia this Steamship line Line from Pier Na 21 E. R.. Sew York \*******M!}
I refuse to clean them. The non-Brotherhood on rising to the feet or moving sud- AND SERVED IX STYLE TO SUIT PATRONS 4S-Speclal Agents are located at all principal pointa through Florida, .here tkk U tar
engineers who brought the Burlington trains information obtained. oOr*
furred and -ctate.rooms and berths secured In advance from Jackacnnlle and Fernanda'
in were refused admittance to the railway denly ; tongue ;
Plain and Fancy Cake made to order. 11 TnJDa from F. R. & N. n',. roD directly to ahip'a aide at Feniaodiaa.
; boarding houses. There will probably be a a sense of a load on the stomach Baler's Bread hand. t3...Any farther Information can be obtained from Jukwntilb'Fla'
strike on the Wabash system if it handles always on J. )I. CUTLER Passenger Agent, corner Bay and Hogan atrreU,
any more Burlington trains. that nothing removes; hot and Also a first-class Barber shop attached. R. W. SOCTHWICK Agent Fernaiidlna, Fla.
JL H. RAYMOND, General
t 1 Stonecutters on the new court house at dry skin at times ; yellow tinge in Meals at all hours; from 5 a. 11 p.m Traveling Agent YORK CIfT.THE .
l Columbia City, Ind., are on a strike because Parties clesirng to leave on morning man C E MALLORT & CO. General Apts Pier 20 E. R. M
: ont was discharged.! the eyes ; scanty and high colored boats and hacks will please note this. ,








I FEARFUL BOILER EXPLOSION. shortly after the details of the last sit- O. T. : EC TOR, I SO3ELC3-JLL: 0 PROCLAMATION
ting of the jury had been published, the
. and Fireman Torn to subcurator of the English Pathological By the Mayor of the Town of Titicillt

I: "' Vhr enrfneei eda _Snerat People Fatally In- !Museum had informed him that some Hardware and EVAPORATORSMILLS Florida.To .

;.'" aDd the Building months ago an American had visited [ all whom it may concern :ut+l to
jtred. Wrecked. him, and asked him the subcurator) to the registered voters of the Touu of

I procure a number of specimens of the Titusville.
1;. ca.1JU.lSTON, S. C., Sept. 29.-Spe- uterus. The visitor stated that he would General Produce Notice is hereby given that the annual

town of Beaufort, S. C., was willingly pay $20 each for specimens.his! Election of the Officers of the Town of

ciaLJ-Tbe night by a terrific explosion, object being to issue an actual specimenwith Titusville', Florida, will be held on Monday -
rtled lat the bursting of the boiler fnecotton each copy of a book upon which he MERCHANT. And Syrup Makers' Supplies. the 22nd day of October 13&>.
pose4 by was then engaged. The subcurator
J of Pelitzer & Co. in. : when the following officers will be
gin formed the applicant promptly that it elected
and firemen were blown Melbourne Florida :
The engineer Pieces of their flesh were would be impossible to comply with his I One Mayor, one Marshal and Collector
in the tree tops. Two bystand- request. The American still urged the A. M. Hamilton & Co. Fur Catalogue and Copy of SorghumGrower's of Taxes, one Clerk and Treasurer, one
lodged feasibility of the
several procuring specimens, Guide address Assessor of Taxes and three Aldermen.
en were fatale building wayentirelty and said he wanted them preserved in TITDSVILLE FLORIDA L. J. If. Vinson L. A. Urulautl

the thrownteiereat glycerine instaad of spits, in order ,to i S. 11. Trattonl are hereby appointed
demolished and machinery
"I'I distance. There were many keep flaccid. The request had been Wholesale Dealers in ,: ,: judges of said Election, and L. C Oliver
repeated at another institute. The
but far is, sub- clerk of said election.
so as
. women they in escapdini t out loss of life. curator had promptly informed the Indian River Oysters THE Witness my hand and seal this 13thday
Scotland Yard
known of the facts in of September. 1SSS. .
his The 0
possession. coroner expressedthe
judge Thunnan Will Return to New i'ork. hope that greater publicity would FISH AUTOMATICSELFSKIMMING :Mayor, pit Ii;" .
tend to lucidate the and that
YORK, Sept. 29- [Special.- mystery
the publication of these sacts in the Turtle and Game.All
Young Mr. Allen W. Thurman has just American press: would assist in throwing Green XOTICE.;

received a letter from his father, in light on the subject. orders will receive prompt and careful at- In, County Court, Brevard County, Florida.

which the judge states that he will be in tention,whether by telegraph,
week. Whether he I. letter or x>en>on. 17 By the County Judge of said Count r:
York Tuesday
rep Worth Knowing AND Whereas Geo. F Ellse-of'l'itus\'ille.[
political speeches or not
CtI sill wjfl make depend any wholly upon the judge's dis Mr. W. H. Morgan, merchant, Lake Geo. E. Chase has applied to this Court the for Lettersof
Administration on Estate of
ition. City, Fla., was taken with a severe Cold, Perpetual EvaporatorsAND
p Albertina Gailor decease, late of said
atttended with a distressing Cough and
the Itall.poroHKEEPsre County of Brevard.
Chaoncey Opens running into Consumption in its first These therefore cite
Chandler are, to and admonish -
N. Y.,Sept. 29.Spe stages. He tried many so-called popular Ship THE all and singular the kindred and

t pd}] -Cbauncey M. D'pcw.made his cough remedies and steadily grew worse. creditors of said deceased, to be and appear -

first political speech since his return Was reduced in flesh, had difficulty in Improved Victory Cane Mill before this Court on or before the

pt from Europe, at a republican barbecuehere breathing and was unable to sleep. Finally Boat and Vessle Supplies, all kinds 20th day of October A. D. 1SSS. and file

last evening. There were several tried Dr. King's New Discovery Patent Anchors, Chains, lllocks, OUR SPECIALTIES.Also objections if any they have to the granting -
thousand persons present. for Consumption and found immediate Canvass, (Galvanized Wire letters as aforesaid, otherwise} the
relief and after using about a half dozen Rope, nil sizes, Tents, Portable Soda Fountains. same will be granted as prayed. '

Attorney Charged with Smuggling. bottles found himself well and has had Spruce Ladders, BQU Prices Low and Goods Guaranteed. Witness my name as County Judge of
Copper Paints, jjnl's, 1-2
SETTLE, W. T., Sept. 20.-[Special.]- no return of the disease. No other rem- Spur Varnish, gal's, 1-2 ;:al'8 sal's,qts,, pts.qts. the September.County aforesaid 1SS8. on this 12th day of

attorney was arrested here edy can show so grand a record of curesas Oils and Leads, all kinds.F. .
JL prominent
Dr. New for Con-
King's Discovery .
this morning on warrant from Buffalo, W. DEVOE k CO'S READY MIXED PAINTS '--- -- ----
?{.Y. charging him with conspiracy in sumption. Guaranteed to do just whatis In fact anything for Building Sailing boats. NOTICE.
opium. Harris' claimed for it. Trial bottle free at
'9 snuggling Gardner! is now on trial at Buffalo. Dixon & Benson's Drug Store Titusville.To Hart's Block, 90 East Bay St., you have any In Circuit Court cf the Seventh Judicial

JACKSONVILLE FLA. Circuit of Florida in and for Brevard
the Ladies.
- "Rough on Bats" no More. OLD FURNITURE County, A. D. 1888.
There are thousands of ladies throughout The BUYERS'GUIDE is ,
JEW YORK, Sept. 29-[Special.]-Eph- In Chancery.
the whose is
country system poisonedand issued March and Sept.,
th.h. rum L. Wells,of "Rough on Rats" fame, whose blood is in an impure condition each year. It is an ency- Such as AUGUST HABEXICIIT, )

h|assigned: to his creditors for ten cente from the absorption of impure matter, duet O clopedia of useful infor- CHAIRS vs. [ Divorce.
. .011 the dollar. The injudicious adver .menstrual irregularities. This class are mation for all who pur- META C. HA E.'HCIIT. J ,

II'. it ng given his compound caused the peculiarly benefited by the wonderful ton- necessities chase the luxuries of life.or We the SOFAS, It appearing by affidavit of the agentof ;

,II.tI f& ture. ic and blood-cleasing properties of PricklyAsh can clothe you and furnish you with the above complainant that respondent -

.tIk Storing Indians in Canada. Poke Hoot and Potassium P. P. all the necessary and unnecessary ORGANS, is over the age of 21 years, and a
Roses and bounding health take the appliances to ride,walk dance, sleep, non-resident of the State of}.Florida buta
lilt WtNKEPEO, Man., Sept. 29.-Bishop place of the sickly look, the lost color and eat, fish, hunt, work, go to church, PIANOS, resident of the United States to-wit,
the Young, of the Church of England, has the general wreck of the system by the use or stay at home, and in various sizes, BUREAUS of the City ot Charleston State of South

r forwarded an appeal in behalf of the of Prickly Ash, Poke Root and Potassium, styles and quantities. Just figure out Carolina; it is, therefore ordered that
what is required to do all these things
r. toning Indians in the Canadian northwest as hosts of females will testify, and many COMFORTABLY, and you can make a fair BEDSTEADS the above-named respondent Meta C.IIabenicht .

certificates are in the possession of the Com- estimate of the value of the BUYERS' do plead, answer or demurto

Another Election Fool Killed.BCFFALO. which they have promised not to publish GUIDE, which will be sent upon Or any other Furniture that you wish complainant's bill of complaint filed
titJI | and all prove P. P. P. a belssing to receipt of 10 cents to pay postage, herein, on or before the 15th day of
, N. Y., Sept. 29.-[Special.] womankind. MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. RE-VARNISHED AND POLISHED, October, A. D. 18S8, otherwise the same

At a regular ratification last evening 111-114 Michigan Avenue, Chicago,IlL Call on the undersigned, at the head will be taken as confessed.

George Johnson, aged 21, had both Wonderful Cures. of :Main Street, Titusville, where you And it Js further ordered that a copyof

hands blown off and an eye put out from W. D. Hoyt & Co., Wholesale and Re- LUDDEN & BATES SOUTHERN MUSIC HOUSE. can have all or any of the above articles this order be published in the FLORIDA -

HI premature discharge of a cannon, and tail Druggists of Rome, Ga., says We made to look as well as New; or will i STAR newspaper, published in said
cannot live till morning. have been selling Dr. Kings New Discovery call at residences when work can not be county once a week for four consecutive -
PIANOSmORCANS weeks said 15th
to of
Electric Bitters, and Bucklen's moved. Also all kinds of Ornamental prior day
Wheat Firm Knocked Out. October, A. D. 1888.
'tberei Arnica Salve for four years. Have never Sign Painting a specialty.
Witness, the Honorable John D.
NEW YORK, Sept. SO-[Special.]-Wil-
handled remedies that sell as well or "' '
Broome Judge of said Court well
as *
w. B.. :SNOB. a
Hams Black & Co. who in
were caught give such universal satisfaction. There
A. A. Stewart, Clerk of said Court and
the big wheat deal, announce their feuspension have been some wonderful cures effectedby TItiisUllc, Fin. the seal of said Court, at the Court- a

tMirt this morning. Liabilities un these medicines in this city. Several 15-tf. house, in Titusville Brevard County,

born.Tbe. cases of pronounced consumption have aforesaid, this 10th day of Sept., A. D.
tblt been entirely cured by use of a few bot- C. II. SCOTT, 1S8S.

1 U.'fala. Female Suffrage Movement. tles of Dr. King's Discovery, taken in Mid-Summer Sale EASTERNHAIllDKESSIXG A. A. STEWART,

BOSTON, Sept. 29-[Special.]-The local] connection with Electric Bitters. We Clerk of Circuit Coin t. '

; roman suffrage movement assumes immense guarantee them always. Sold by all drug SALOON.If GEO. )[. ROBBIXS,

ore proportions. To-day the registry stores on Indian River. 1 Solicitor for Complainant.
that you want a clean and easy shave,
115,211, making a total of 17000.
II'tf; As clean as barber ever gave NOTICE.

". Just call on me at my saloon,
DICKINSON ON CLEVELAND. PAY WHEN At morning afternoon.I'll All persons having claims against the !
eve, or
estate of Edward Gibson late of B re-

y* At Honekt Eulogy Freely and Strongly COTTON IS SOLD. cut and comb your hair with grace Yard county, Florida, deceased, are hereby -
u* Given. To suit the contour of your face; required to present them, properly

out> To you I'll give a good shampoo, authenticated, within the time pres-
I'si* NEW YORK, Sept. 29-Special.-The[ ] r Q ANs The art of which is known to few.My cribed by law, to the lion. Minor S.

& Son prints'an interview with Postmaster Jones, County Judge of said county, or

f-* General Dickinson this morning in whichhe r PYRAFUQEA MIDSUMMER' OFFER. My scissor's shop is sharp a ways, my neat razor's and keen clean, to the undersigned, or this notice will
d arcs CUKK von stand in bar of payment; and also per-
of President
1171, speaking And everything I'm sure you'll find,
and his CHILLS & FEVER, sons owing said estate are requested to
administration: ouMSacu xooo First-Class Pianos and To suit' the taste and please the mind. make immediate settlement with the
bAla ) "His rugged, masterful personality .xv ,P Organ to be sold in June, July,
Pen dace he took his seat; his robust patn- August and September at Spot And now to all who patronize intend, undersigned,
{otiSmlike the heart of a great system, Cash Prices, Payable, Just come along and bring your friends WILLIAM GIBSON
:)Ii MI sent a vital current of health-giving PIANOS, 925 CASH DOW And I assure you I will try Administrator of Edward Gibson de
1alt Testy pulsing through all the Arteries My very best to satisfy. may? ceased.
and tile balance next November
j11.1r "the public service. 'A public office is iHt, without interest or advancein This 27th day of September, 1S8S.

a publIc trust' has not, as used by him Price. All oar Pianos and Or. 24.
If. ***& merely a smooth phrase-catch flans included in this sale, our THE SLOOP AGNES. i
Cheapest and our Kest. No ex-
watch of the stump and canvass. Con. CCItlouS.our choice from ten MASTER'S SALE.
- tonUy squaring his official action by LIPPftWSPYRAFUGE leading makers and over 300 commanded by
the rpirit of the maxim, as by a com- styles and Prices. CAPTAIN JOHN McLEAN, Notice is hereby given that under and
I 1I1&hf\ment, he hai made it a rule of conS 13 CALLED TUB Makes regular trips on Indian River. by virtue ot u final decree of sale and

. dam,practical, of every-day use, in all\ Wonderful Chill and Fever Expeller -SUMMER BARGAINS 1888- SHE CARRIES A FULL SUPPLY OP foreclosure rendered by the Honorable
tht b1ic business in John D. Broome, judge of the Circuit
Lad In aU the hH.ways every and department byways of It gives cures an appetite the chills,bringing and fever strcngthanti tone np health the j-yrtem to the, New Makers, New Instruments, New GroceriesDry Goods Court for the Seventh Judicial Circuit of

1 wcutive administrative! action." Styles,New Prices, Great Improvementsin Canned Goods, the State of Florida on the twenty-
our Lower Priced Instrument second day of September, A. D. 188S, ina
I'arnell Criticises Davttt.IOxDON Large purchases enable us to offer Re- Hats, Boots and Shoes, certain cause in Chancery therein

Sept. 2 .-Mr. Davitt, speak- -rnJ duced Prices, Here are samples. pending in the circuit court for Brevard
;big at Accrington to-day said he had WJ Ladies' Shoes In great variety;Prints all county, and for the circuit aforesaid,
7% Octave, UpI -
t.i Tared lam\ ,censure from all parts of theo I DlftWn I In 13U* right. Lane Size new patterns at low prices. wherein Thomas E. Ilibben is complainant

,account pf his recent criti- $225 trln2'1I1! Beautiful Rosewood Hearty-made ClotMni .Toilet Articles and H. A. Pierce is defendant; and
oR C the'i, liberals, but from nobody (Prickly Ash, Poke Root and potassium.) perfect aud(' durable.1 Rich Maker's Tone. Price Guaranteed ,- I, as :Master in Chancery, will sell. tor

hence \"ed stronger censure than CURES ... NOTIOXS. cash, to the highest bidder on Monday
1:. air. Parnell who, in a private inIep For the cash November the 5th A. D, 18SS the same
74 Octave Up- onlY'Mal
.. had said that, as the liberals4ueStit flAf'O, ri ht Grand,Large ch 15,4G 6m. being the first Monday in the month
11.;) 'reed to include the Irish land SYPHILIS $240 Strings; Full Iron in front of the court-housedoorin'I'itus-

!r.r0?*a the homo rule scheme, it was Frame, Ivory Keys, Rich NOTICE. ville, Erevan county. Florida, betweenthe
and Syphilis Rosewood Case. First-cLus
Primary Secondary, Tertiary ,fijph every way.
.to> upbraid them for indifference ilitJc Eruptions, Scrofula and Scrofulous Eruptions I Equa181'ianusuO sold at 1300 and SJ50. LAND OFFICE Gainesville legal hours of sale, all'the following
umg e ictions. He admitted theof Ulcers and Old Sores Rheumatism and Maker's Price,#70', at Fla } described real estate, to-wit:
;; : be Mr. Parnell' attitude: but all diseases of the blood ; all those that have With Pianoi Plush Top Stool, August 25, 1888. In the county of Brevard and Stare of
r theless, he thought the explanation resisted other treatment yield steadily and sorely Handsome Cover, Instructor Notice is hereby given that the follow Florida at stake the line
beginning a on
;} to the wonderful power of P. P. P., the great :Music! Doo&and all Freight, Paid.
the libeto justify the apathy shown by Blood Purifier. ing-named settler has tiled notice of his of the St. Lucie Sound in the south-east

, rallarty.leal A B" A Five Octaves,2 sets intention to make final proof in support quarter of the south-west quarter of
ifIt' \hll ORGAN. of 2M Octave Reeds ot his claim, and that said
SCROFULA proof will be section number four
sw.. _m III ,lid Walnut Case. High (4), township number -
to be Scarcer This Tear. %P U V TopLamp stands 3lusic Pocket, made before Circuit Judge, or in his thirty-seven (37) south range num
tB : WvAB'CSePfc 9-CSpecial.l la an Imparity In the blood, producing Lumps or Full Sweet Tone. Mater1 Pricea7. absence clerk of Circuit Court at Titus- forty-one ((41) east being three hundred -
v.; Swelling causing Running Sores on the Arms, ville, Fla., on October 12th 1SSS viz. and and
IIq.tcb the sealing fleet this'seasonr Legs, or Feet,for the core: of which use P.P.P., n D O A U Four Full Sets Reeds : thirty-live ((33 ) feet seven
i 119,038 the greatest blood medicine on earth. All these ( 10 Genuine Mops Elbert B. Carter, of )Slims Fla., II. E. twelfths north of the section line and at
'}lt $ l ror skins, a falling off from diseases yield readily to the power of P. P. P., S 6 5 Rich, teautiful: Parlor Or- 10332, for the N. E. quarter of S. E. the north corner of a lot sold by Thomas

t ehe,_?r and 14,762 the skins due to rough the Diving new life and new strength. delighted gan. ,Thousands Maker1 Price sold.,8200."lth AU. purchasers quarter and lots 1 and 2, section 31, E. Richards and wife to D. F. Brown
feeling regarding I township 20 s. 33
:{(t biu11g ?ea. The value of the catch POISONCured \\ Each Oitfan a Flue Stool i range e. running thence westerly along D. F.
tfear is less than BLOOD I nn Instructor, Music :Book and He names the following witnesses toprove Brown's line to the edge of the savannah,
last by nearly sev- All Freight Paid. his continuous resiJ'nce
--J. re thousand.. upon,ami thence northerly along the savannah sb.hundred
dollars. in Its worst form ; sometimes In cares with .
cultivation of, said land-viz.
: feet to a stake thence easterlyand
where the patient was in Eternal Pain
,.Lfar. treMtnan Norwood In ana Erysipelas given,up by the physicians. In fome cares 115 DAYS TRIAL.Order James F Coachman. Robert Carlisle. parallel with the first line to the
1tw New York. Scrofulous Ulcers broke out Ul| was a I Moses Thompson, Richard Herndon Saint Lucie Sound; thence southerly ou
YORK, Sept. 29.Special.Thomas .]- Iurocuredeand the diseasehyielded quiieparts wasRHEUMATISM and test in your own Home. all of Minis, Fla. 20 the Hue of the Saint Lucie Sound six

eO; mainn M. Norwood, of 1 No money required'Voc until Instrument both I I S. C. TUCKEK, Register. hundred feet to the place of beginning,
; the town, and is registered at satisfactory. pay Freight containing twenty two ((22)) acres, more
I'Uld } j if no sale. Th fairest wav to deal. IVOTICE.
"r'fl. .o El. ways or less, being the same land conveyedby
{. And maD Affections cf tbe'1l1oQd.1'.P.P.ttandi Our Instruments are ,good and cheap,and 51 The firm of Dixon and Benson Druggists Thomas E. Ilibben and Jennie K.

r TIE WnITE CHAPEL MURDERS. alone and unrivaled, and come of its cures are I! a Vial always gives satisfied purchaser. is this day dissolved by mutual Ilibben his wife, to said H..A. Pierce,

really wonderful. {j, Lend for Mid-SB mmer Sale Cir consent. The senior partner John M. by deed, dated the first day of Mav, A. .
'. If suffer from anything like Syphilis,Scrofula cular.
tlln 1 peas Indicating an American as ;you Blood Poison, Ulcers,Old Sores, Rheumatism REMXJTBEJl. Lol Prices; Easiest Dixon. will continue the business, and D.1886.
the CrimlnaL or any disease of tho blood, be cure and Term*:But Instruments. Fine StooU and Oovnt pay all debts, and he alone, is authorized Witness my hand and seal, thls.2thday .
I.os give P.P.P. a trial. 0 ; AU freight Paul 15 Days' Tnal Six to collect money. or accounts 'due said of September, 1888. .
Dy, gs P. P.P.(l'rieklyAllb., Poke Root. and Potassium Tinr Guarantee Square Dealing One Price
$u Pt20.. The coroner in ? ; firm, WALTER S. GKAIIAM:
I' hind )It DO secret patent medicine like the many Only: Money Saved; :AWLUDDEN& ,
Liie o Up at the inquest in the case of on the market. Its formula to on every bottle, Jonjc M. DIXON. ,Master in Chancery Brevard county.
1YbU..,..;.."oman found murdered in thus dying a guarantee of its purity and whole BATES ROGER P. BEKSOX. JONES & WILLIAMS,
"'el 1. stated. lo the jury that eomeness that no other blood pcrioer doe give. Soi rWF,2t MUSIC HOUSE. -*'Jl N1H.GA. Dated this 18th da> of Sept.1888.C Solicitors for complainant. 21

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LOCAL LACONICS.Read Messrs. H. B. Hersey, W. :M. Brown, I yule has not stopped an ounce of anybody's Bncklen's Arnica Salve. FOR SALE.A

the Titusville has not paid a The best salve in the world for cuts, tract of land
Turner's advt. this and Mr. Brownlee, made a trip to freight; on Indian in ,
on page. bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever of th-
ocean beach last Saturday and Sunday, cent toward the quarantine service dur- county BrevardJ consisting of 88
-Colds in the head are making the sores, tetter chapped hands, chilblains, acres; it being: lot \03, and
in in the May Blossom. They started Sat- ing the whole summer, and the merchants corns and all skin eruptions' and positively of the northeast south halt
of town. quarter of
acquaintance great many section
urday expecting to reach Heath for sup- of Titusville are too generous and cures piles, or no pay required.It and lot No. A, being the southwestQTU S:

-Quarantine regulations have been per, but a light breeze delayed them so open-hearted to wish to do a citizen of is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction ter of the northwest quarter of txi
greatly modified and business throughout or money refunded. Price 25 cents 36, both in township 31 noSS
that they were caught in a heavy shower Lake Worth the injustice of withholding south
box. For sale by all drug stores in
per east. This is
the State has greatly improved. after dark, and had to spend the balance their freight for the sake of a few paltry Titusville, and on Indian River. hammock, soil a of very rich desirable piece 01

-Judge It!. S. Jones visited Rockledgeon of the night in the creek, within dollars. Nor do I believe the item of for the raising of all tropical quality fruit.L, suitable
Advice to Mothers
Tuesday, and was present at the Pro about a mile of Sackett's landing, withno "Sam" expresses the feelings of the citi- Mrs.Wnm.ow'sSoarnnra8nnoahouldahrar- i S ffiUatedwVihena"WS'near Enos POSt

hibition-Democratic Convention. pole in the boat, and in a wet condi- zens of Lake Worth, for I am personally be used!the when little au1fererat children are once cutting;itpxodncesnataral teeth. It relieve -, cheap for cash For

-Mr.. and Mrs, Chas. D.Sweet were in tion from the rain. The fine weather on acquainted with both her merchants,and quiet sleep,and" the little cherubawakesaa"brightas particulars address
a button. It is wry pleasant to taste. It K. M. LOW
town, yesterday, on their way from Sunday however, made up for the bad one kindly came to me during the past soothes the dlil ,80fte s the gums,allaJ.all pain, Sept. 3. Brockton.Mass.
regulateathebowels known remed y
Orange county to Eldorabythesea.What luck, and they returned in splendid spir- week and Instructed me to order goodsfor for diarrhoea, whether arising from teething or

has become of the proposed its Sunday night about eight o'clock.An him, not believing that I did not ether cau sea. Twenty-are cents a bottle. GRAND VIEW HOT BL

Titusville north throughthe and interesting meet want his merchandise to come through J
public road from important
beautiful hammocks to the county ing of the Titusville School Building as- ,i Titusville, but was willing to pay me a LOOK AT THAT LAMP! TITUSVILLE, FLA.

line? sociation was held Monday night at the I just compensation for my trouble. -o-

-Rev. Father O'Boyle has been in school house. Some time was requiredto "Sam," if this kind of spirit lurks No Chimney No Smoke No Odor. Tie most centrally located Hotel in City

within breast we feel sure that on ; The of Gas with the convenience -
town this week and held service on Sun- get a quorum of the pres- Brilliancy ---
ent after which resolution Lake Worth it is not like yellow fever- I of a Hand Lamp. Saves: from 50 to NEW IIOL'S- FIRST-CLASS IX
Messrs. a was passed
day morning last at the 75 per cent. of oil by actual test. Burns EVERY RESPECT.
Jones and Williams.Mr. confiscating the stock of those who had catching. the lowest grade of kerosene oil with perfect all the
Open round. Table .
S. H. RAY. :year Unarpassed.
in full made it is .
not paid up or arrangements safety, as positively nonexpltkive.The
has been ,
J. P. Turner appointed -- Bath Room Free.
for so doing. After much discus- amount saved from chimneys and oil
agent for the Orlando nurseries tor this XOTJCE. for one year more than pays for lamp. Rates, 82. O & 3.OO per Daj.
sion it decided sell the school
vicinity. All orders intrusted to him was to The following is a list of names stricken For descriptive catalogue, etc.. addressJ. SPECIAL RATES PEE WEEK.

will receive special attention.J. building to the town, if the voters of the from the registration list by the Boardof 1". TURNER, TITU>V1LLK. FL.\.,

town would authorize the town council County Commissioners, in session: Oct. Agent for AVAGNEK LAMP CO., J. A. eI'IIILLER'opl'ielor,

A. Durst, of Crescent: City, the to purchase the same, and the Board of Iht to Oct. 5th, 18S8: for Urevard,Orange and Volu&ia counties.
well-sinker of the State of Florida INDIAN RIVER AR t-CALLER!
pioneer LAGUANGK. I'efero bv prmii s>oii. to ClIl.t James
Directors .
empowered completethe .
were .,. I li. Biuk ; J. A.1i11t'r.. Gr.udView Hotel;
is now operating in Titusville. For arrangements. The meeting also Precinct No. 1-CT Allaire, John Butler H. W. MaokPii/ie, S H. lUj, Lewis, .... Pnrdey and
information, address box 211. Henry Guiteu, Samuel Sullivan Jos ther*. 23
elected annual officers for the I'lt'KKXS TTttXEB
ensuring Walker, P D Chamberlin James McFag- ,
We hear that Rev. R. N. Andrewswill .. __
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year. lon, Robert Singleton, J \ uay, i inseyHearn. I TITUS HOUSE Photographer,
eo to Melbourne to join Brother ------ George Warren W D Wilson, L ,
4'Metcalf:: on the Wets, and that little Editor of the Florida Star: i W Dickenson, Robert Pierce, :F A Stra- Views on Ea
Public Spirit will climb the golden stair. A meeting of the registered Demo ti an. ITITSVILLE, FLORIDA a Specialty.Has .
the only Authorized PUOTOGLIPH
cratic voters of this (Lake Worth TITUSVILLE.
) precinct -
-The lot belonging to the Catholic OF PRESIDENT CLEVELAND AXD l' Ut
church in front of the Grand View hotel was held, pursuant to notices duly I! Precinct No. 2-Henry Barnwell, G W PLEASANT LOCATION. that has: ever been made during their

posted, at the Cocoanut Grove house. Young, Ab Crawford, Charles Howard, travels. Orders by mail receive prompt>
has been enclosed with a fence, improving .
W S Jamison Robert Price <
Oct. 3rd. This meeting was for the REASONABLE RATES.: attention. 4 M>ma
the appearance of the lot 801l1ew at. pur- Walker, Samuel Clark John B Allen, -- ---
pose of electing four delegate to the Democratic Francis Berry, A S Browne, C R Cook, LARGE, COOL ROOMS.
-Sheriff Bowman was taken severelyill A. L. Hatch & Son
I Senatorial Convention to he held May Bell, II C Carey, Wm Chisholm, ,
on Saturday last, and for a day or so at Rockledge Oct. 12th. E. N. Domick Oliver Johnson, David Moore, James A Special arrangements by the week or Dl..EJS IN

was confined to his room with dysentery.On Thomas, John Williams, Edmund Love, month. 19
was elected Chairman, and Geo. W. Potter -
Tuesday he recovered sufficiently to John Atkin, Joseph C Boone, Henry DRY GOODS NOTIONS
be around Secretary, Geo. W. Lainhart, AllenE. Clark, :Edward Donnelly, Charles G Fisher MRS. S. A. SINGLETON, Proprietress. ,

again. Ileyser, L. I). Hillhous-e, were elected George D Gilson Isaiah Gorey,FrankA

-Mr. G. S. Hardee and wife returned I delegates, and E. N. Dimick, J. W. Putter Hartford Amos Jordan Thomas Mitchell THETROPICAL Hardware, Crockery"Saddlery" .

from a visit to North Carolina last Saturday -: A. "". Garnett and Albert :F. Quim- Tom Moore, D R McElveen, 0 T Stationery, Family M&i-
Rice Beldon W Smith, John B Smith, cines, Garden Seeds,
and started for their homeat
evening, by alternates. The delegates go unin- Fred Slemmer, P C Scott, Gus Thomas,

Rockledge Sunday morning with Cap- structed. Edward Webster, Alexander Fleming, CHOICE GROCERIES,

tain Canova on the sloop Arrow. Very respectfully.GEO. Edward Gibson, G A Hoyt, Benjamin ,
Hall, James S McGlashan, E A McDon- Hay, Corn, napes Fertilizers.
-There will be a meeting of the mem- W. POTTEU, Secretary
bers of Indian River Lodge on Saturday Star Roderick, R W Steere, W B Smith, Martin -
Editor Florida -- -- --
evening, the 13th inst. All the membersare : C Savage, S C Tnrver, P D Wesson, J. PUITCIIAUD, President.

requested to note the same. By or Mr. G. M. Robbins, who is the Chair- Harry C 'V es. n. W. il. nCO\TX.Caah1tr.

der of the secretary, Mr. J. Mendel.Mr. man of the Republican Executive Com- CITY POINT.

W. M. Brown, cashier of the Indian mittee, has been making strenuous efforts Precinct No. 3-George Baker James INDIAN RIVER BANK

River Bank left for visit to save the Democratic ticket, with the Bird, L G Chandler, Joseph Dolomer, TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
yesterday a
of Senator and Doc Lewis Elijah Stalworth, Joseph Titus! *'ille, Florida.A .
exception Representative,
of several weeks in New York and Connectcut Chandler, W I Dewberry. A C Gadsden, Near Railway DepotMRS. GENERAL BANKING BUSEESS T21S-
and will return about the middle of Sheriff. He has even gone so far as to James Nelson, Howard Poiusett, Mack .

November or first of December with Mrs. say that it is a matter of business with Richardson Samuel Walton, Phillip L. A. MACKENZIE, Exchange bough and nd w>M. Special ftt

him to see that Mr. A. A. Stewart, the Wilson Henry Phillip, Samuel Speed, Proprietress. prompt attention given to collection Lout
Bro\vn, John Walker R O NVein.KOCKLEDGE.. for Swiss
negotiated on mortgage
Court is defeated
present Clerk of the not and Indivhlnal Interest
REGULAR Banks Corporation
-The artesian well has reached a .
for that office in the coming election.Mr. allowed time deposit
depth of 700 feet. The Town Council Precinct No. 4-L WAtkins,Augustus:
Stewart is the Democratic nominee TO LOANOn
MEALS & LUNCHES. 8100,000
II has made arrangements with Mr. Durstto Brown, George Johnson, Joseph ilson,
sink it 100 feet deeper, and hope to and is a partner of Mr. Robbins in Robert Arnold, Frank M Fowler, Henry :First-class Real Estate.

the Abstract business. Can it be possible Giden, Price Holler, Geo M Magruder, SOUPS, OYSTERS, ICE CREAM,
reach flow of fresh water in that dist-
a that any compact exists between Mr Rob- Albert McDonald, Rosalvan C Perham, Advances made upon available collateral.
ance. R J F Richardson, W S Smith, B.C Wil- JELLIES, ETC. Approved business paper diaeountni.
bins and Mr. Stewart, that might not
lard, Charley Barrington, S B Barnes, E Drafts on all pane of Europe.
-Mr. S. F. Gray has moved his jewelry BREAD, CAKES & PIES. '
exist between Mr. Robbins rttr
honorably B Stidum, James Wilson, Stephen Dor- Business done at Jacksonville
and stationery stock into Dr. Dixon's and other who be elec- Families Served. Every favor consistent with oo II
some person might sey, Daniel C Gilley, Edward Horton,
drug store, and has entered into cc- ted to the office of clerk. Is it not Henry Mathis, W H Morgan, Charles Board at Reasonable rates. banking cheerfully. oJaeboerilleJacksonville ejtenJeACOUUESPONUENTS. I

partnership with Dr. Dixon in the drug strange that a Republican should work so O'Connor, Mack Richardson,J S Roberts Fla. The Bank aboard >*!> "
store. The new firm will be known as hard for a Democrat? I would ask Mr. Walter Speed, J B Williams Simon DECIDED HOME COMFORTS. Jtank.New York. ; __r
Dixon & Gray. Norwood if he thinks these things "regular I Walton. --

-The pleasant fall weather has set in (lrmER.
Precinct No. 5-H L Green, Theodore
for good, and if our absentees and northern Piazza, James II Owens, John A Chan- the people of Indian River to our stock of Good,

friends could only see our lovely In- Announcement cey,Jackson Jackson, Alex Hatley, An- which we are offering at very close margin.We .
-The friends of W.R. Knox announceto Emmanuel Geo W John make a specialty ofGroceries
dian River, so delightfully cool and Chancey,
the citizens of Titusville that he is
a McMillan. William Matherson E Rogers
healthy, so inviting and beautiful, they candidate for marshal of Titusville, and Andrew Williams W Zair.
George Flow
would long to be here. solicits their support at the coming election Grain Hay and
i for city officers on 22nd Oct. 1888. ,
-The election for town officers will His FRIENDS Precinct No. 6-Calvin Larkin, W

take place at the Court House, on the Oct. 9th, 1888. Delamater, Fritz L Dedent, Robert V On which we will give special inducements. We carry a large stock of

22nd of this month. All persons desiringto a Turner, W A Young. GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES HATS AID CAPS ETC

vote at the election, who have not Announcement. BARKER'S BLUFF. W
reg- Which we are offering at low figures. Those needing shoes will find it greatly
The undersigned him lfpositi"elya Precinct No. 7-G B
istered, will be required to register their announces Miller, Peter Hill, low.
candidate for town marshalto Edward Scott, Henry GBoswell Edward their interest to give us a call as we are selling shoes very
names with the town clerk, at least ten We will be pleased to quote prices at any time.
the voters of Titusville for the ensuing Russell, Thomas Sanders, Thomas Shel-
days prior to that date. year and asks the support of his friends.G. ton. E. L. ElB..A.DY d; BRC _

-Mr. J. F. Highsmith, of Lake Worth, W. MARTIN. ST. LUCIE.
was a pleasant caller at our office on Titusville, Oct. 2d, 1888.
.. Precinct No. 8-August Wettendorf, BOBBINS & GRAHAM,
Tuesday afternoon. :Mr. Highsmith in
That i Wm Myers, Charles F Gage Charles A
company with Messrs. Gudmunsen and Quarantine Question. I Stockel.

Wade, of Lake Worth, are in town this Editor of the Florida Star: -t;) -

week homesteads.Will perfecting. their final proofs on SIR-Under the caption of Lake Worth, No. 9-Charles EDEN.Precinct H Smith, Homer REAL ESTATE BROKERS & LOAN AGENTS.

bearing the nom deplume"Sam,"appearsan Allen.
receive the Vermont -
item, that did not some merchant or FORT DRUM. .
Rose Potatoes in few
a days, price $4.50
per barrel. The Chili Reds will not be the Mayor of Titusville deign a reply, Precinct No. 100C H Albritton,AllanR .

ready before Nov. 15th as they have to the supposition might well be spread Padgett. LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD.

come from Nova Scotia. These do well abroad that someone labored quietly un- NARROWS. cent ,

in Florida. Geo. B. Rumph.Mr. der the unjust accusation. Being a mer- Precinct No. 11-A Lamareaux. Loans Negotiated on First Class Security at from 12 to 24 per ,

Peter Myers, while working on chant of Titusville, and at the time of GEORGIANA. Choice lots in rapidly growing Towns, will net investors 100 J'*' I

the artesian well, Tuesday, severely in- the publication of said article, also act- Precinct No. 12-Thomas Mann, R F cent. In twelve months. \
jured two fingers on the right hand by a Hall, S J Frost, Edwin Nelson, Frank i
ing as Mayor, I take it upon myself to Residence lots in Titusville from $20 up to 81000.
piece of pipe hitting them which was sus- Allen, Thomas Jackson. SVW.
pended from the top of the derrick. The say, publicly, in the STAR: and for the MERRITT'S ISLAND. Business lots from $250 to

fingers were nearly crushed just at the satisfaction of "Sam," that he, she or it Lands
Precinct No. 13 None.CANAVERAL..
root ful of the nails, and made a very pain- ,I certainly entertains a mean, sordid and Agents for Florida Southern Railway

wound. II I jealous spirit toward Titusville, or is inexcusably Precinct No. 14-William H Johnson. More than 3,000,000 Acres of Choice Lands, located in ne3lyeTftZ :

-As we go to press we learn of the I ignorant of the quarantinelaws HAULOVER. county in the State, suitable for Farming, Grazing, Fruit and tge
: drowning of Benjamin Jordan, yesterday of the State and counties. Listen Acre
: GrowIng-PIne and Cedar Timber price 81 per ,
near Eau Gallic. He jumped overboard Precinct No. 15-None. Cypress ,
"If fright is considered extra dangerous,
i in the rough water to secure a OTTER CREEK. upwards. t

: skit which had got away from the sail- and Titusville is afraid to let it go Precinct No. 16-None. P. 0. Box 250 Titusville, Florida.A. I

boat, and was drowned before he couldbe through, the mutt pay for the freight, .

rescued. He leaves a wife who is then she can hold it as long as she pleases, KELBOURYE.Precinct A. STEWART dEO. M. BOBBINS WALTER S. GRAHA !
expected to arrive from the north daily. No. 17-W L Kiefer, G B ,
eta" The
bump of wisdom must be ex- Miller, Heywood Denard,T H McCoy, E Clerk Circuit Court Atty. at Law. i
:. I -Read Turner's advt on this page. tra large in the cranium of the author of D Chambly. ;

: !: i-Errata. Jn our report of the social the words enclosed in quotation marks, After striking the above named per- BREVARD ABSTRACT OF TITLE COMPAE

ti party last week Mrs. Turner's original to inform us that we will have to pay sons from the registration list, the BOard

t i musical composition should have read for his or their freight because it is then made the following order,to-wit: Complete Abstract of Title nirnUhed to all land In p

: I "Quarantine March." It is very prob- stopped, not by any authority of Titus- On motion it is ordered that 16th dayof ; yard county Florida.
i able this excellent piece of music, which : October be set for purpose of bearing
I was performed for the, first time at ville or her 'Mayor, but by the duly complaints from those whose names are Titles Examined and Perfeoted.Box .
I Messrs.. Walton and Durst' party: at authorized Boards of Health of all the striken from the registration list.

} Wager's Hall, will shortly be published. counties,from Duval to Brevard. Titus 22 A. A. STEWART, Clerk. 2SO, Titusville Fl

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