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 25, 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
28.591111 x -80.82


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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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
Copyright Florida star. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.​
Resource Identifier:
002071719 ( ALEPH )
34175599 ( OCLC )
AKR0018 ( NOTIS )
sn 96027111 ( LCCN )

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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


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I PRESENTMENT OF oco ooo a':) c a 1--;4 C'1 1 i- :c 0 I- CfJ .' Mr. John McAllister is about to sinkan starve them to death yellow fever
GENERAL : QO'1'.o OOO C O M.noocooo M : 00 QI 1-M 1C -1' C) rLo or
,_ --4-, 1e -.. .; I 'C artesian well on his land. yellow fever, and in this case commonsense .
TilE GRA1 D JURY.We "" 1,1 C1" ':'1 a I':) M 0 _.7 M _t- LS C'1: ,L,_1 o Ci cC M L"000' L oc YJe4
-4... o cv MO v c1 OO c 0Et" hand in hand with common
? 1 rr ? rC) M C? tr goes ,
l I'i
.. The steamer Kathleen returned to
: ; n.+ O C1 Ms
the Grand Jurors in and for the b = Eau Gallic law. If neighbor Ray doubU this let him
o o on Monday night. ask brother Robbins, and see who"bump"
Brevard State of Florida haying
of ,
body 8 8 No trace has been found of the man is the biggest. As to who ac-
labors at this the Fall
finished our .... who was drowned off this place on Wednesday cused Titusyille merchants of being the
C" M a ':'1 -r C" nr .
term of Court, A. D. 1888, do hereby coi' 1...t.11' 0 ct o C'1 0 -uca:00 -Mr rc1 ':,:'> c-: xt.O L4: the 10th inst. instigators of the quarantine to their own

snake the following presentment : -M CI "t 0 000r 00I o>4 0 00 r-4 00 &0 'N 0 C' r- -14 0) benefit, I will say that several parties on
oa c a' 1C'1 and
:.... :) -r... Mr. J. A. Durst was visiting Mr.
:""' 0 c r La o 00 ;3 "" g ;gZ L'tke"orth mentioned the matter and
We have been to much inconvenience fir 8 1. t- v :IS1 ,
put Mrs. for few
First. Z t-t' 00 FJ ".0-1" ...-. C'1 J. 0. Walton a days duringthe
: 0o to the effect from
.. same came
\ .
and loss of time lax and week.
through past present
the river. To give the Titusville mer-

attendance on the court of witnesses 8 I o A few of our winter residents are chants a chance to deny the accusation was

D. summoned before this jury. We hope ;:::;oo,;": ci st cv I.M. 5" looked for daily. Others will arrive one of the reasons for my mentioning it, _
1 -r M tJ tCI 0 _tt .r, ::) -::: #.:> 'Y M 1'M C'1 later, should the quarantine be abolished. and I am glad to see at least one of them
in the futureas
measures will be taken : C10 M C) ?: 0 00 C10 J.
such .. ..
. -M t'eJ 00 C 00 1 .. .. .. has the
As to the
I neces. arypluck. "spirits
,., "
eJ tr C) 00 00 1. 0 M-1' '1" L 00 c: 00. :> The Kathleen this
shall give no jury cause for complaint.We ,..,.. """'f C I J C'1.. .N ,'" r1 q 1- .-.,. "'Y.H. .- .t.1'... CC 0_.CI... C M.).. IE4 LO-_ steamer passed in my breast," I have not been troubled
E-t (b MM ; '* .O :. .. place on Friday with a large tow of logs
have received and examined the \AJ C"': ...,. .... .. with any infernal spirits since last
00 < for the Atlantic and Melbourne railway.The .
J."t reports made by the expert on the tax 00I E-4 E-t visit to prohibition Titusville. CO sharpie, Belle, belonging: to the "SAM."
; books of 1883, 1884, 1885 and 1886, as CI1 .
Messrs. Hodgson Bros. has just been .
6 recommended by the Grand Jury of the ... : : : : : : : : : : : : : : turned off Capt. McFadden's ways in Melbourne.

term, 1888. ... ir"0 : : : : : : : : : splendid condition for the coming sea
; ; : ; : ; A moonlight sail on the river is: delightful -
l in son's business.
consider this satisfactory
We report ; just now.

if all respects and desire its publication as o :. :. :. :. :. :. :. "=cJ:' o j ;v j Mrs. W. AVil&on, of Courtney, arrivedat We see Capt. Stevenson and wife, with

annexed to this presentment.The H.1 : : :: -:; ... + : : u M.... ... .. Eau Gallie, on the steamer Georgiana, the Ohio, have gone down the river.
'" : ..: : : ca)W c, : : : : : Monday on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. J.
.. jail we find clean and in good repair :" ... : : _: : : ] k Mrs. Stewart's mother, Mrs. Nash, of
: : .
E-t ; 0. Walton with whom she will
O 0 probably
--'u U "., ,
..., the prisoners well-fed, healthy and M 1-4 :: : : CJsg o. Y"I H r vtiV Daytona, is visiting her daughter. Mrs.
8 1-4. :: :; ;; = remain for about a fortnight.The .
-=:E : : E !.Cc : .
..- 1::$ of Daytona, i is also visiting her
: QJ
complaining of no harsh treatment. 1-4 orY : : :: ; :: co '- 0
. opo4 .. .. = 1-4 rfl1u1 : .o.2.. school trustees report the public daughter, Mrs. Capt. Mercier.
... H : 0
With to the jail building we recommend oIo4 .. .. -- =: ; :
regard E-t ..... : ;.. :: :: aka .... .. g..Q school of this place to be in a more
\ that the stockade enclosure be 1'4 : : r. 1'4.--:0 :Miss Allen's house is enclosed, and a
or4g. : flourishing condition than it has been

\ enlarged and the jail better ventilatedfrom W, .... ..... ..c.;.. C ;.. ;-i1d '"' -Z) :;: ---.5- ><. I since the establishment of the precinct.Mr. small. Beach.cottage Some is being additions built for Mr. JohnB.

. oooj ._ 0- .. :: SE-4 are being
f t the roof so that from whatever W. Roesch is schoolmaster.The .
E cW = .. -= made to the buildings of Mr. Phillips on
J.1I1tt : < .::- :s ::=. ,
quarter the wind may blow, a free cur- :: :: :: : ;; U : 'E ; Eau Gallie Sabbath School will the east shore

$ rent of air may pass through the build- = y : ; : Ez ? r l .;:: CJ i >.< "" open on Sunday next, with the Rev. Mr.
Further that all accumulatingfilth of :: :: :.. : cJ: ::: Z.l ood We hear a large party arc expectedfrom
!rjt ing. ,., :.< CJ. .... ... -= cJ Q < .... .CJ.. :r Prince as superintendent, and Mr.V..
the last of this
be disposed of in some manner out- 1--4 : c.- cJ r 1--4 >< d QJ" g ,0.. Roesch as librarian and treasurer. All month'E E
side the stockade and be not further deposited :.. eneJ" i. E-4 W .E = gr This party will include Mr. and Mrs.
: :: :: .. ... .. 0 ::: are invited to attend-adults as well as
: .
: ?
idi. ... .. :: :: : ] Treutler of Eau Gallie :Mr. and Mrs.
in the vicinity of the building, :) --0 a... cc _- "i... r. : J-0 t: children. School will open at 10:30, ,
.| and that a waterproof bin or tank be con- rn U CJ 0 05CJ "'= O-CJ Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. John Goode, and
:: m--- standard time at the usual of
: :: :: ::: o:!! 0 place
't.... structed for its reception, that the soil be "g :: :: .: _... Q ... .5.0 meeting-the Eau Gallie Baptist Church. their daughter Miss Fannie, of Melbourne.
.. --:: _Q:: :: :: 0-- l
: disinfected and removed to prevent its 00 = t t: _1 ::: We hear that Mr Burchfiel has
:: :: :: 0 .= Z 0 On dit, that the Eau Gallie and Melbourne beganon
it becoming a source of danger. ..;. ... .. .. ... c.:. -= E :a Kismet Club will be revived this the survey of the Fleming Grant, at
The court house we find in good repair oO..o" ai'h Sebastian. The gentlemen
throughout but the furniture in many U E z E-4 CI Ec < winter. With Mrs. Valentine or Mrs. controlling
this to lay it out in villa
-0 .00. I- 00 IC1 C) -1" 01 Orti its before the grant, propose
,' cases broken. We suggest that the chairsbe M Jt O G7 C1 00 tCJ r1 r1a Campbell as president as sites, lots and, plats for vegetable
of Club is assured. The
not loaned out anymore or used away &OOO... C O o-UC oI success the and make
,' C'1 C'1 00 C 0 ON's growers, very valuable improvements
School Fund. Balance from 1886-87
: > from the court house and that some M,4w O -, 0 L'\ numerous free .entertainments. and suppers thereon.
; benches be constructed to supply the r::.".".'. fh. o-. r r. _- C'fI eti rrH and unused apportionment for 1887 and given by the ladies of the old Club

presentlack of seating capacity. We find 1888 ....................................$ 576 87 are frequently looked back to with We notice the drugstore presents quitea

a the grounds and outbuildings in good or- From County School Tax .... 3,592 46 pleasure.Mr. citied appearance, and seems to oe a
Comptroller R. R. Tax... 317 52 favorite resort for ladies who much
der also the safes and other county very
prop- ", &OOOO0".001' ..0 : and Mrs. J. E. M. Hod son and
;J. erty. We cannot urge too strongly the aoc c owrccorcv 0o Common Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Walton have had enjoy the cool soda. Mr. Stewart com
))1.. construction of a fire proof vault to con- >4 ?.t-MMeJ &0 '14hC1C JM School Fund... 668 41 this week plains that the place is too healthy for a
number callers
.... rrr 0 0) ci N11.. rrn quite a ,
r: 1 Mill State drug store to well. The crowd of
tain books and other valuable paper. Al- I:""' 0 C pay
that be supplied the clerkto Z" I":c5O ....- C)- Tax............. 525 70 amongst them being Mrs. Valentine and northern invalids will soon be here and.
89 plat-book her mother of Tillman R.V.
1 contain Sale of school books......... 73 00 ; Mrs. remedy all that.
. township!: maps. Goode and family, of Melbourne ; Miss
We have examined the books of the oo May Valentine and her sisters. Mr. Fred. The steamer Kathleen arrived last

tarioM county officers and find them apparently $5,805 96 Valentine Master Allie Goode and week with the last of the for the
c C> 0 t-c '1 0 1: piles
ry & Books on hand........... $400 00
and in condition.We 0
correct good Mt-cvc cIriC several others. Melbourne and Atlantic railroad wharf,
I herewith a report from the Ci)04CO OOe,, ;! Expenditures. TRUTH. by the middle of the week the last
'I, ..u c o c9 :) .r .r piling
Teachers' salaries.....4,164 08
of Public Instruction .... ':'1 ---P' CC 0)
County Superintendent will be in
. r: fh Eau Gallie, Oct. 24. position, and work began on
showing the condition of school fi. 00 < C"C'5' Books, postage, and timbers and Either rock
flecj. stationery.............. 47 98 planking. or
... nance. 00 E-t solid shell bottom is found throughout, (
Salary expenditure of Lake Woetls.Cool .
We thanks to the Honora- rn.
present overlaid with sand to of three
depth to
and board ..... 416
1 lie J. D. Broome and States and
,; Judge our dry. six feet, sufficient to hold piles securely

Attorney, J. ,:D. Beggs, Esq.B. u :. .: .: :. :. :. :. The rainy season is over. in place on a foundation that nothing ':
$4,628 56
Q' R .. 1IP
R. Wilson, Foreman, .0 ; Robert Walker has a new boat, one he can settle. .

' Gustave Nolle, LQ Receipts................. $5,805 96 got up on the B. I. R. At last our merchants have succeeded

.Jd: Henry Watton, 0a4 : r : Expenditure............ $4,628 56 in getting some goods through. Mr.
B. A. Circle, : There is a rumor that we are to have I' Branch received a large lot of groceriesand

{'"1:', J. W. Rogers, .: : :W : : $1,177 40 an ice-house and meat market here this dry goods last week. Mr. Hector
: :: g
i1i.Y D. M. Stewart L"" _", _:: ... winter.J. also received several .
.: I: :. : 0. Balance on hand, October 1st, heavy shipments.We

Jno. W. Curtis, 1-4""oooj" -..-..-- -.0. ..0.. .....-O-... ...".(.. 1888................................ $1,177 40 F. Earnest is turning his new boat have been very fortunate here in
".., M. W. Thompson, 1-4 opo4 "-':j CJ 0 :: :: en:: en:: ....!( N.B.-County Treasurer's report shows into a sail-boat for greater ease in get this respect. For a few days no butter,

N"; ;... G. W. Martin, ........ .a < _QJ -S..0.. $1,491.87 balance on hand, from which ting.there.The sugar, lard, hams, bacon, onions or Irish .
..,. Jas. H. Hayes, -:0. : deduct potatoes were obtainable at any of the
,', W. P. Arnold, W s"r: Payments, Oct. 2nd, Lake Worth postmaster says he is stores, but nearlv everybody had a "lit

C. W. Bolton, :QJ( : :: rr. -:: E-4 E44 account due......... $.315 00 going to fumigate even the telegraph tle bit left still}' Now there is abun-
; 'Eo. ..::=..::= hereafter.
-. r messages dance and trade in .
A. Brady, --1 :: -:1. ..... -- heavy consequence.The

...1 M. B. Brannon, .- -X: :: :: :: _::: :00z :: Balance .............................. $1,176 87 Messrs. Highsmith and Gudmundsonand social hop last week, Monday even- .

J. P. Blake, :; .... .l J m. H. SA rs.Maims. Wade returned from Titusville on ing of which casual mention was madein

)Rri 1 Win. Wattou, -X :: :: z- g g.o the 14th, coming from Jupiter to Lake last week's paper, was a success, as we
Robert Ranson, Clerk. C-' ::.- E Worth in tow of the Corrinne.E. have heard several remark it
U.. persons
.... To I .
REPORT OF THE EXPERT.To :.1.-_ _- _- ":: V- CJ j U ... 1 Miss Eunice Harrison has been spend- B. Plunket went to ,Jupiter last was one of the most enjoyable affairs they
;: 8
.J "' 'E ;; have attended here. Messrs. Mor-
week and back horse for W. eyer
brought a
Grand ing several days at Titusville returning
1 the Honorable foreman, :: :: :: ] !
t :5.zg ;
; rison and Rose
.. .. t4t :Monday morning. A. Hardin. Both gentlemen are hard at Hitchngs[ are most efficient
Jurors Fall Term Court 1888 Brc :: :: :: c and under
of :: (Ei work, putting in large vegetable crops.: managers their watch-
,_..:.;,-.. : yard County Florida.GE'TLEJrNThe _- _- -_ ;; .- Miss Launie Harrison returned to ful care no one was neglected or left to

) :J. '! Board of County = .5 1.0 _- -- -_ .5 = ::\lims'--Saturday, to remain permanently. ; Change in weather has caused a little play the part of wall flower, except from

8 + ,'"e are glad to welcome her back. sickness among some of our citizens late choice.
Commissioners at their meeting in May, --- .
Elizabeth :Moore Mrs. H. P.
co O :::; -1.' I) O: IJ. 1-M.. KJto ; ly. ,
appointed me, expert, to examine cc 11 r, oc 0 0.. Jj.j Late Saturday evening preaching service Dye, Miss Mattie Harland and J. J. The next grand event here, we sup-

we tax books from 1883 to 1886 include g 3 i-cM a x c ; i'i,O i-O 1u7 -'*' OC* 1 by Rev. Chaudoin was announced. White were all under the weather, but pose, will be the "grand barbecue and

'_!:-j and to report thereon. I reported < OM 00-1-1 L1rlO ...- ..-:- Though the notice was short a good congregation are well again or nearly so now public mass meeting," crania, wre-headt, ,

,- :;4. i to them on Monday the 1st of Oct., and E-t lJ; .M-a-... .... was out. kiclers, fanatic, etc., on the 24th. Ladies '

: *ow submit the same to your honorable Boating in the ocean is very enjoyable, especially invited. We were unaware that
.- body. We are having most delightful weather. but taking an old unused trail on your there were many ladies of those classes

1 The order of the Grand Jury, at the E4'C'1 The moonlight nights are most way to the beach, falling into an old well here, though we hear of some who are the

Ip''ring team of court 1888. requires that O TJ:' 1.7 o Mt.0000 OSS -rCe1t-7' ) J.7 despite the few mosquitoes who hole, getting an involuntary rescue?) wa- least mite cranky over the form of in

U w information shall be for the benefit M Cl -= ** 0 .... .... 0 ':'1 stilt linger, loath to leave us for the sea- ter bath, and having to be from vitation. Such things serve to pass
O i-iCi c t ' Nn,' of the public. For this purpose I have 8 1-O 1 t--- rCOCOCC: L,1w; son. the same by brother Ed., is funnier to away the time and amuse the high kick .

spared general exhibit for each year. ..riN) 7 O- i Mr and :Mrs Elliot and daughter and your friends than yourself, aintit Doe? ers. Still we thing"the fable of the pheasant -

K In these exhibits "Sold" indicates lands OU :Mrs Hyman are expected this week. K. :M. Pitts and wife arrived home and the buzzard foreshadows the result

t sold> for the taxes "Paid" indicates :Miss Elliot will take charge of the La- from Daytona on the 14th. They came i. e., "A pheasant who felt it her du

... Lonnts paid to the Comptroller, or the ':'1 :N 1- "'1' C'1 0 00.". ::) Grange school for the ensuing term, down on the Corrinne,which also broughtall ty to alleviate the condition of those be-
:,. ..):; I Collector, for which there is no tax Rem N i.>.o OCO tl 1--1' 1.3 1-. I- beginning the first :Monday in Novem the machinery for putting down the neath her in the social and financial
w ipt stub book "Excess" indicates 0.,. r-I C'1 00 =: 1M a Mors ber. scale, made a call upon a buzzard, and
; ( 1-00 : rc Mo artesian well and unloaded it at R. R.IcCormick's .
.. ..
nounta in =" aC '<:I' 0 offered to adopt one of her brood. The
tor. excess of assessment. tI the trial wellis
>>1 $1 "' of'I "We can live without poetry music and art, place, where
; buzzard
00 receipts" are amounts collected as shown 00GO < We can live without conscience and live without to be sunk. The Corrinne had quite a mother consented, but within a
Sl r" stubs.." heart week the pheasant returned with her
J7 "Polls"indicates poll tax and E-t I on board but did not make a
L We can live without friends and live without books party very
",. JItnona1. property;"Real Estate" includescollections But civilized man cannot live without cooks" long stay this time as they left forborne charge, and complained : "I can do noth- _

: errors, and double asses- Bro. Chaudoin, we presume, has realized the 16th. ing with her, she will neither eat sweet- ._ .
; meat : : i : : : : : cake like a pheasant nor can I endure -
r(0( ; 'State' indicates lands sold to theshort" the truth of the above quotation, but s
'' The County School Board met at the the odor of what she eats buzzard.
as a
i. ;
grows out of rebates and '8pq last week the inner man was made to re-
"'IUra. joice in the choice viands served by two east side schoolhouse! on the 15th, pres- "I feared it would be to." replied mother

The amounts collected, added to the o : : : : : : : of Mims young ladies. They returned ent, Chairman David Brown, and Capt.E. buzzard. "Nature makes buzzards as well

1amogflt not collected gives the assessor E .J home the latter part of the week. N. Dimick, of Palm Beach, and Capt. as pheasants, but in a different mold, and
the :' ''' Samuel Rhoads, of Miami. Ope teacherwas each for his own sphere. Come home, my
rle' .1 year : : i p.. : : : Don't forget the Temperance Rally on for of the Miami schools
clirf.ork now accomplished exhibits ...... : :: : = engaged one child, and get a piece of that dead horse
{ E-t : -r"v"' next Sunday morning. The is and the of another laid and be "
was And
; 1the condition of the book for n 1-4.- ? = : c program application happy again. the child was
! tach tax _- : :-n : : = 0 'U. as follows: Welcoming Chorus by Sun- to meeting. The of the :Moral-And
; year, and it shows that there W -n.- over next request very, very happy. we believe
ct'JJ are no serious errors. The errors are E-t -eu-.... :: :: ::-' :: :00: :: :. .0.. !0( day School, followed by Scripture Read west side residents of Lake"Worth fora when election day comes around the

t1eri taJ. The only that ..... :. : '" :. ing. Chorus by the Sunday School school, owing to the absence of the secre- great majority though they may,still' talk
fcirik. inure to the Benefit discrepancies 1'4--- :. : : -d >,: Trio by the Misses Egger and Mr tary with the lambs, was held over, sub will come back each to his old fold, and_
: of Collector l r1 .
a : -.. : d
" are ?:ce8se4 and these in four "':j : : ::: : Hendry. Children's Chorus. Song by ject to a call for a special meeting, for quietly vote his old party ticket. ,

J bt'. tot30.40 amount, -= = 3L : : ....::= Ale Ii IDS and Georgie Straham. Duet the purpose of making a new district as U. D'ONOHU. .,
' .ire should,i or an average of $7.60. < d .Q : :E : .= by Miss Beckie Mims and Mrs Strahaa. soon as-:Major Russell can be heard from.
be i a fixed point,a balan- a CJ : :E- :
the Children. Sermon.
of Pledge Song by lUre Stark
1'1 fg accounts from = : x- : Declines. _
all after
\\hichpoint A cordial invitationis Neighbor Ray a man my own
Closing Quartette. 1 "
thecalculations could be made. This z ) : l : <-> C8S. extended all. heart, for he won't let a man hit him Editor of the Florida Star: '\
:: :: to I
"adit i Commissioners should do, H. E-4-: -- -- = without hitting back. The fact that at I have sent in my declination for the

.. p sOPie If)Would > to the interest of the ":S g8t: Can gallic Items. one time quarantine was put on freightby nomination of Sheriff of the Republican

I : tt a Tabulated Exhibit were made g.85 s c -u =,.. several counties and afterwards taken party ticket to the Indian, River Nevxt
.1-:1 C) ;;) Beautiful clear cool weather.
: tax Q C:: ,
l book when it is retired. off to the of their
: S c :: :: : :).!; owing question shortly after the nomination was made,
w tbeng done hat seemed to be within y -Q -c+ ($ E-t..::= Our little river literally teems with right to hold freight indefinitely, is,well and it has 'not. been published. Hence

..j'' IIi' fcbTvJf my task, I have the honor c:> u_ -8 UE" fish. known. Common sense will tell most please give these few lines a space in
It. ours respectfully, =Q.- -- -- 01'0--- d "-:S Mr. Chas. H. Walton- left here for people that one community cannot 'shut your columns. Respectfully) : f

: j' A. BRADY, Expert. 3 E-4Z[ E-4 0":: Titusville on Monday. supplies from another community and H. C. SrARK.t .

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2. _J. ;!: THE FLORIDA STAR, tHUIi'SDAf. OCT. 25; 88' ;- :;Jt" :: ;....t." l J

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i; >Danger fn..Small Fruits. indignation ,he exclaimed:* 'These Demonstrations FORT DRUM. ...i:,. 't t
Can people swallow seeds and the pits are most unseemly 1 If they Precinct No. 10. Boundaries as follows:
continue I shall have the
court cleared
of fruit with impunity? It is a topic at Commencing' on the. range line, di- "':'.
once! But the noise the had
that be more important than othersof judge viding and S. H.
may ranges thirty-seven thirty- RAY
heard was a peal of thunder from a storm .
more apparent weight. The slightest eight, at the line dividing Brevard and ,"
that had s
amount of physiological knowledge Sun. sprung up.NewYork Dade counties, run' north on said range t::' !

might be supposed; : the swallowing line to township lice, dividing,townships f
of cherry stones, yet ,a young woman For the Museums. thirty-two and thirty.three, then turn U.: )
died in neighborhood' the other day Three thousand little sand crabs from and run west to the east line of Osceola s:= Successor to J. C. Norwood aad Co,

'from: peritonitis, caused by such indul the New Jersey coast have been sent to county, thence south on said county line .
gences. Thisviolent form of seed swallowing I Europe. They will be placed in mu- to the north line of Dade county, thence CDit: ,
however, maybe considered as a seums of natural history connected with east on said Dade county line, to the TITUSVILLE, FLA.
little apart from the real inquiry, since it schools, where they will be studied as place of beginning, (except that portionof COCTQ
is not exactly common,.though doubtless specimens of diminutive crustacea.-. said precinct to be hereafter describedand
much sickness and not a few casualtiesare 'Chicago Herald. known as Precinct No. 16. Otter j jGen'l

caused,by it. But what' of smaller Creek) Voting place, Fort Drum. In- -. -
seed swallowing?, NOTICE. spectors. H. L. Parker, Henry Holmes, =
It is not the size of these foreign sub- The following is a true descriptionof Maxfield Brannam, Clerk, Morgan r-t
stances that is the consideration, but Swain.
the several of Brevard
precincts coun-
their bulk when swallowed in quantity.One ty, and also a list of the inspectors and NARROWS. P s:= Merchandise

would hesitate about swallowing the clerk appointed by the Board of County Precinct No.11. Boundaries as follows: ... _
small handful of pits contained in a Commissioners to serve at the general elec- Commencing on township line dividing
moderate' bunch of grapes-they make tion to be held on the sixth day of townships twenty-nine and thirty,
quite a formidable' showing-yet theyare November A. D. 1888. on the shore of the Atlantic ocean, run STORE.
all the same, swallowed in eatingthe
from thence south on the Atlantic oceanto
grapes, and possibly pack in the e-:
stomach bowels an Precinct No. 1. Boundaries as follows: one mile south of township line divid-
or entirely indigestiblemass
fiber. On the north, the county line betweenthe ing townships thirty-two and thirty-three,
to smaller
woody yet
thence west on said line one mile southof j
counties of Volusia and Brevard, on
seeds the
is similar depending '
process precisely -
only on the quantity of such the east by the Indian River, on the township line, dividing townships thir- Ult1
eaten. The seeds of blackberries are south by Township line dividing Town- ty-two and thirty-three, to range line be- + I propose to keep
ships and the tween ranges thirty-seven and thirty- o
enormous in size and quantity comparedwith twenty-one twenty-two, on
the pulp, and in eating a comfort- west by the St. Johns River. Voting eight, thence north to township line di- Odo

ably large, s saucerf of this fruit, one place Brady's store. Inspectors, George viding townships thirty-two and thirty- A First-Class
three thence west to the east of Os Stock
swallows the equivalent in seeds of thoseof Gardner, W. P.Day,E. P. Wilbur; clerk (lime
Harry ceola county, thence north on said coun-
\ a large portion grapes, or of a number Roberts.TITusVILLE. |
ty line to township line, dividing townships -
of cherry stones. But are we, then, c:=c.
to bar small fruits as a diet! Scarcely, Precinct No 2. Boundaries as follows: thirty-one and thirty-two, thence -OFGROCERIES-
but more prudence can be exercised. On the north by Township line dividing east to east bank of Indian River, thence g
Townships twenty-one and twenty-two, north along the east bank of Indian River
They should be eaten in moderation,
early in ,the day rather than at night. on the east by Indian River, on the south to township line, dividing townships Q eg
The rejoinder may be made that this by the south line of Delespine Grant, on twenty-nine and thirty, thence east on 8
stony dissipation has been going on for the west by the St. Johns River. Voting said township line to place of beginning. d

ages; so it has, and much mischief has place, Court House. Inspectors, GeorgeB. Voting place, Narrows post-office. In- .
undoubtedly marched hand in hand with Rumph, Joseph W. Rodgers, George spctors, E. L. Gray, H. B. Archibald, L. C
M. Robbins Clerk J. P. Blake. B. Dawson. Clerk, J. F. Gray.GEORGIANA. )
it. It is clear,at least, that persons with. ; :::2WI
impaired alimentary organs should make CITY POINT. .
the works of those parts as easy as possible Precinct No, 3. Boundaries as follows: Precinct No.12. Boundaries as follows: IO =
and not load them with quantities of On the north by the south line of the Commencing on the east side of Indian CDm DRY GOODS

indigestible matter.-Philadelphia Tele Delespine Grant, on the east by Indian River on township line, dividing, town- c'C> nPS ,,
graph. Riper, on the south, beginning on Indian ships twenty-four and twenty-five, thencerun
River on the half mile section line in east to the Atlantic ocean, thence 03

Road to Business Success.As section twenty-eight, township twenty- south to the section line, dividing sections >
to the young men in'business. employments four south, range thirty-six east, runningwest fourteen and twenty-three in town- NOTIONS.Mens' ,
their,way'to'uccess-to rise to St.Johns River, on the west by the ship twenty-six, south of range thirty-
in: 'rank, to become ,managers and St. Johns River; Voting place, City seven east, thence west on said section line
finally owners-is briefly but aptly described Point post-office.Inspectors, A.L. Hatch and continuation to the east bank of In-
by'Mr. O. W. Potter. The clerkor J..Norwood, H. S. Black: Clerk, J. D. dian River, thence north meandering the tdtd Ladies' & Childrens'CLOTHING

other employe who is always a little Hatter. east shore of Indian River, to the placeof
ahead,of time, rather than behind time; EOCKLEDGE. beginning. Voting place, Georgiana I
at his desk or other post of duty-who Precinct No. 4. Boundaries follows: post-office. Inspectors, R. B. Stewart, :
lingers: instead of hastening as the signalto On the north,. commencing on the west William Owen, G. R. Sanderson. Clerk, trl 'SEOES.I .
"knock off comes-who takes less bank of Indin River on the half-mile section Peter Wittfield. I
instead of more than his time at lunch, line in section twenty-eight town- MERRITT'S tJ.III
during off hours and during vacations- ship twenty-four south, of range thirty- ISLAND.
who always gets his own allotted tasks six east and run*west on said line, and Precinct No. 13. Boundaries as follows IT!
continuation St. Johns River All of Merritt's Island north of
done and 'volunteers to "job around" a to on the
little extra or to,help others-who puts east by Indian River, on the south by township line dividing townships : L.a.J
his mind and energies into his la- township line dividing townships twen- twenty-four and twenty-five, except tift
bor-the industrious, assiduous, prompt, ty-five and twenty-six, on the west by all that portion of Merritt's Island 8 : : ..T ,
willing and ambitious employe, is the St. Johns Eiyer. Voting place, Rock- lying north of line between townships td
the'.one. who gains his em- ledge post-office. Inspectors J. F. Wooten twenty-two and twenty-three, which has
r ployers' confidence and affections, A. W. Hardee, J. B. Bower; Clerk, been annexed to precinct 14, Canaveral.) 8r
I who is intrusted with. responsibilities, R. C. May. Voting place, House of T. H. Sanders, s:=
"1" who receives promotion, and who, at EAU GALLIE, Inspectors, M. S. Sams,S. J. Fields, Jas. 3 -. tf =
length carries into business of his Thompson. Clerk, J. R. Miot. )
4. own Precinct No. 5. Boundaries as follows; JIm
f the thrift and success which he had displayed On the north, commencing on the coun- CANAVERAL.Precinct ,
,W: in the business of others. Such ty line dividing the counties of Osceola No. 14. Boundaries as follows: dP -

%men do not fail and :Brevard, on the township line be- On the north by township lioe, divid- ..... L'
Dp. not run into debt. This is the tween townships twenty-five and twentysix ing, townships twenty-one and twentytwo :::2
warning which all who discuss the sub- running east to the west bank of In- on the east by the Atlantic ocean, Gent's Furnishing Goods,
ject give to young men. The employe or dian River, thence southward on the on the south by, township line, di- 4 ==s
man in business who lives within his in- west bank, of Indian River three milesto viding townships twenty-four and twen- ; C1

come 1s'a free and independent citizen. the section line dividing sections eight- ty-five, on the west by Banana River, also "f. 8 Q ALSOCROCKERY
He who owes a debt is a slave. The teen and nineteen, thence east on said all that portion of Merritt's Island H
debtor who 'cannot pay, "or dislikes to section line, and continuation east to lying north of township line between
pay, crawls;, he, is in bondage: he has a the Atlantic ocean thence south townships twenty-two and twenty-three. 0
master: he may be insulted and cannot along Atlantic ocean to the township line Voting place, Burnham's grove. Inspectors : GLASSWARE,
resent it.or: kicked and cannot return it; between townships twenty-seven and N. N. Penny, H. Wilson. J. H. Ho- ,
he becomes a liar and a dodger; he feels twenty-eight, thence westerly on said gan. Clerk, Robert Ranson.
r mean, acts mean and is mean. The mans township line to the west line of Brevard, HAULOVER.
who is out of ,debt:walks upright; the thence north on said county line to placeof I HARDWAREAND
light is on his forehead; he is as good as commencement. Voting place, Olmstead's Precinct No. 15.Boundaries as follows:
the best and better than the most of his store, or Eau Gallie post-office. On the north by the south *line of Vp-

I Inspectors, C. J. Young, A. R. Hodgson, lusia county, on the east by the Atlantic .
Journal. John McAllister. Clerk, J. F. Bergin. ocean, on the south by the township line \ !
dividing townships twenty-one and tueri- Ou2r1
Mark Twain's Queer Methods. MALBAR. ty-two, on the west by Indian River. Voting
Mark Twain was a queer w/iter in the Precinct No.6. Boundaries follows: place, house on north side of the
days when he composed steadily, and although Beginning at the point directly west of I new canal owned by J. D. Vann. Inspectors Goods.These
he calls Himself a lazy man, and the head, or source of Turkey Creek, on J. D. Vann, E. C. Summerlin, H. Ship Chandlery .
the line between Brevard and Osceola
is certainly moderation of speed and Watton. Clerk C. H. Nauman.
manner he counties, thence running east to the head
personified, yet was capableof
prolonged sittings at his desk, in which of said Turkey Creek, thence along the
the mental labor was intense and exhausting south bank.of said creek, to its mouth, Precinct No, 16.Boundaries as follows:
though evidence of it thence directly east to the Atlantic Beginning on county line between the
in the appeared Ocean, thence south to the line dividing counties of Brevard and Osceola at the K3
composition. Sometimes townships twenty-nine and thirty, thence township line dividing townships thirty- ,__- will be the main features of nil
: an idea struck him that he thought worth
west to line between Brevard and four and thirty-five at Otter Creek, w K-N 1
county .
: developing,and he brooded it and clucked j -- M business, but orders sent me for0
thence east to
Osceola counties thence north to of running Allapattaoakee
! to it like a hen to a chick. He reveled =
I beginning. Voting place post-office at flats to range line between ranges thirty- store ialtta*
in it and rolled it about for days like a thing kept in any
I Malabar. Ed Arnold W. P. seven and thirty-eight, thence south on
Inspectors ,
sweet morsel under his tongue, and then 6 6s 0
: with, big sheets of blue paper he set it Arnold, A Bolton. Clerk, F. C. Macum- range line to Dade countv line, thence COth viHewillbeproupUyfilled.Or .
west to line between Brevard and
ber. county
down in this way and that, writing it
't BARKER'S BLUFF.,, Osceola counties, thence north to placeof
, diagonally or across the sheet lengthwise
or'with apiece of black crayon setting it Precinct No. 7. Boundaries as follows: beginning. Voting place,Otter Creek. s sC

) down on a. piece of. cardboard. Thus On the north by township, line, divid- Inspectors, Joel Swam, Hardy Rauler- r' _
I. some of the immortal'treasures of Mark ing townships twenty-nine and thirty, on son, Archibald Raulerson. Clerk, John
Twain were first nursed before they were the east by Indian River,on the south by Addison. & Will Frnits.HW Chf) e1lSJ
f put into cold ,type.-New York Evening township line, dividing townships thirtyone MELBOURNE. r== buy ,
I Sun. and thirty-two, on the west by the Precinct No. 17.Boundaries as follows;
I county line dividing Brevard and Osceola Beginning on a line between Brevard O
I i Casting Pipes o?Glass. counties., Voting place, Kitchin 'g and Osceola counties, where line between = any Country Produce my

,t Although glass pipes of large diameter store. Inspectors, Dempsey Cain, B. W. townships twenty-seven and twenty- ,- or friends may bring
' have'not as yet been successfully produced Jerome, Walter Knight. Clerk, Walter eighth intersects said county line, thence
,,the opinion has been expressed by Kitching. east on said line to the Atlantic & to market.
l those engaged in the manufacture of ST. LTTCTE. ocean, thence south to a point directlyeast =
glass on a large scale that the time is not ,Precinct No. 8. Boundaries as follows: of the mouth of Turkey Creek, t-I
far distantwhen some method of casting On the north, one mile south of the thence west' to the mouth of Turkey CIQ. -
such pipes satisfactorily and cheaply will township line dividing townships thirty- Creek and along the north bank of said CD COfeS -
be devised; and it is believed that ,made two and thirty-three, on the east by the creekto its head or source,thence directly -I : I ask for a share of the public pat
in similar form to the,'present cast iron Atlantic Ocean, on the south, by town- west to the:line between Brevard,and & not
pipes,,with some suitable mechanism fora ship line; dividing' townships thirty-five Osceola counties, thence north to the .. :age, and come as a supplicant,

joint,:and of malleable glass, a water and thirty-six, on the west by range line place of beginning.. Voting place, Melbourne for your fsTOn-
pipe' would thus bo formed to which dividing ranges thirty-seven and thirty- post-office. Inspectors, C. J. Hector dictator, asking

there could: scarcely be an objection. eight Voting 'place, store of Canning D. McQuaig,0 C.Heasley.Clerk. If courteous treatment,good
Strong, tough,smooth indestructible, Company. .Inspectors, J. S. Bell, Thos.J. E.'.C. Thomas. .:" .

and made of 'a material that is found DeSteuben,James Paine. Clerk, W. SATE OF FLOIDAjBREvARD : ) .. .. :,' goods and low figures is
almost anywhere, it is thought not improbable J.. McMillan. COUNTY, \ -. forfv
.' :" .; ; 4" the candidate
that, in time, whenever a large EDEN. This is to certify that the aboye and ;"<., "" .: ., .' .......
1 ( quantity of pipe is required in anyone Precinct No. 9. Boundaries as follows: foregoing is .a true copy of the bounda- : ,<' F..- /: public favor,
locality, a furnace will be erected and On the north by township line dividing ries and,designations. of the several pre- ,',., .. ,:' :' "
the pipes be there made.:Boston Transcript township thirty-five;and thirty-six, cincts in,Brevard ,county as appears of "J then rm

on the Atlantic Ocean, ,on the record in my office.\ .I further certify .
.. .. < >
ObJeeted.tO 'Outburst. south by the,county Jine dividing Brev- that, the inspectors and clerks above ; ,' ., .
ard and, Dade,counties on the,treat byrange mentioned were duly' appointed :by the s .
A leading English judge ,is 'hard'of *V
to pte
line ;
,'dividing ranges thirtysevenand Board Commissioners to :y ]
: County serve 4 ,
hearing,and TeCeDtIy-,It|Sa said, there was :thirty-eight Voting place EdentJpstomce. in _
their respective precincts. ,
frequent' ;:applause:.during the, hearing ol, .. Inspectors, T. E. Bichards, Witness my hand ,and seal. this 8th" ;
a case before :him. He silenced_it sev- E.L., E. J.,,,Shat tk. Clerk J. October A.'D.. .. -
day 18,88.A. !
..p\, ', era!f times. ,',but.;. >n'.,.. .:,an. .,$o L'm. rna ., _, ... .A.. EW ART. Clerk. B. :a;. ,
'"" ." .-:'.;" '.#. "'"'or'u."" ., ._....... ,..., .1 "'_,,,"l-, .;. 1 .... ;;:,,. <,, '. w:;.. 'f, \

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Potions of the Toilet. 'FOOD IN NORTHERN INDIA. NOTICE. thereof, A. D. 1888, within the legal hoursof MALABAE CIGAR FACTORY.II. .

modern toilet, artist deals in theorigcst sale, the following property of the .
lie The following is a list of names stricken G. Starck Proprietor.
drugs; poisons and stimulants Women Who Work the Mill-Cooking from the registration list by the Boardof above-named defendants, to-wit: ,

She Will offer .YOU 'gei1tiari"and cocoa as Without Store or Range. County Commissioners, in session Oct. Commencing 394 feet south of and 50 Manufacturer of fine''Havana and Domestic

pipe to the nervous. force, and genteel Wheat is the chief food in Northern 1st to Oct. 5th, 1888: feet west of the n. e. corner of the n. e. Cigars. Trade supplied with fine
} of the n. w. } of section 33 township
and women'will take ,
?p.mettpe, India, although rice and coarser grains hand made goods. Orders promptly filled.
f gnorant that they are spending are also largely used. hi tie LAGRANGE. 24 south, range 36 east. Go west 170 feet, .Malabar Fla. 28
theme Very early Factory at ,
thence south 137 feet thence 170 feet
double'tides,and using up in two or "the Precinct No. 1-CT Allaire, John But- east ,
morning of the is
life ler Guiteu Samuel Sullivan Jos thence north 137 feet to point of begin-
three brilliant years the nervous force heard" in the houses of the natives. Henry .
them Walker P D Chamberlin, James McFagion ning. S.F.. GRAY.
safely through a -
could carry Some woman servant widow the
that a a _
Also commencing 788 feet south of and
Robert J N
You are offered corrosive subli- mother of the is wheat Singleton, Day, Linsey
gjoje. grinding fifty feet west of n. e. corner of n. e. J ofn.
Hearn Warren W D' Wilson L
another and prettier George ,
nald (under name) for the day's consumption. Sometimestwo Watch Maker and Jeweller.
W Robert Pierce F A Stra- w. i of section 33, in township 24 south,
sovereign thecomplexion ,
as a face women ,work the mill, which is a ban. range 36 east. Go west 170 feet, thence Shop at John M. Dixon'Drug Store TitusTllle,Iii
: ,' and you may buy arsenic rude but serviceable contrivance, within south 137 feet, thence east 170 feet, thence
M fjgjbons 'to produce the blanc mat ad- the means of most families. The coarsely TTTUSVILLE. north 137 feet to place of beginning.Also ALL WORK WARRANTED.

m iced in certain circles, and overlay your : ground flour is kneaded with water intoa Precinct No. 2--Henry Barnwell, G W all the following parcels or tracts

face with lead lotions and powders, which mass of stiff dough, 'covered with apiece Young, Ab Crawford, CharlesJ Howard of land, situate, lying, and being in the NAUMAN'S:

i make short work of paralyzing the of muslin and set away. W S Jamison, Robert Price Sterling county of Brevard and State of Florida,

janscles and painting the dreaded "blue Meanwhile the men, having repeatedthe Walker, Samuel Clark, John B Allen, and described as follows, viz.: A portionof NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY

line" of lead poisoning on the gums and prayer to the sun at the exact moment Francis M Berry,,A S Browne, C R Cook, lot ((3)) three of section ((3)) three, and a

lips. Foolish girls see the dead white of its rising, go to their daily avo May Bell, H C Carey, Wm Chisholm, portion of the north-east quarter of the THE PIONEER AGENCY.For .
complexion worn by venturesome cations. The south-east quarter of section four (4)), all : .
actress children, if they wish, re- Oliver Johnson, David Moore, James A and addressCHAS.H.NAUMAN
creatures, who would sign their ceive a little food that was left over from Thomas, John Williams, Edmund Love, in township twenty-five ((25)), south of terms sample copies

tools away supposing them to own such the dinner of the previous evening, and John Atkins, Joseph C Boone, Henry range thirty-six (36) east, according to ,

things for a new grace, and feel sure go to school or to play in the court yard. Clark, Edward Donnelly, Charles Fisher United States survey, and being commonly Fla.DELMONIGO
Haulover P. O. Brevard .
known the land in county .
harm in it as Ryder Rockledge,
there can't be any for she The women make the rooms tidy, bathe George D Gilson! Isaiah Gorey,FrankA
aforesaid of which is situ-
looks lovely, and says she never felt bet- and dress, and await the return of them Hartford, Amos Jordan, Thomas Mitchell upon a portion

ter in her life. But they do not see the n. About noon they come, bathe by Tom Moore, D McElveen, 0 T ate buildings the Tropical and improvements Hotel and, several and is parti-other AVJS'' I

terrible closing experience of such livesof the well in the court yard, and perform Rice Beldon W Smith, John B Smith, cularly described as follows, to-wit: The

folly which are known only to doctors worship by placing a little food or a Fred Slemmer, P C Scott, Gus Thomas, north-east corner of said land is located ata

and agonized friends. Idiocy, dropsy, flower before the family idol, burning a Edward Webster:: Alexander Fleming, point on the west bank of Indian River HOTEL

are the kindest finale, but death in some little incense and muttering a few Edward Gibson, G A Hoyt, BenjaminHall ((530)) five hundred and thirty feet south of ,

form is the penalty you must all pay who prayers, after which they repair to the James S McGlashan, E A McDonald the quarter section line produce, dividing ;COCOA INDIAN RIVER, FLA.
begin the arsenic habit. You hear that place set apart and consecrated to the J McCrory, H R Rhodes, Martin lot two ((2)) from lot three (3)) of said section

bismuth powders and lotions are harm- sacred act of eating. They sit ,on the Roderick, R W Steere, W B Smith, Martin three ((3)) which is also the quarter section Newly Furnished, Rooms Good Table.

less, and they appear so in nine cases out floor.with their .knees near the chest, C Savage, S C Tarver, P Wesson, line dividing the south-east quarter of the
-of ten. But the effect in the unlucky wearing only a single garment wrapped Harry C Wesson. north-east_ quarter _from the north-east Terms SS per Day.Special .

tenth .case is so much like poisoning no about them, which they wash themselves CITY POINT. quarter of the south-east quarter of said rates by the week or month.
one can tell the difference. But few stopto so that it shall not be contaminated by section fourI), thence from such

think that the sallow, deadened complexion the touch of a man of low caste. Their Precinct No. 3-George Baker, James point on Indian River, go west across said WM. JAHVIS, Prop'r.
left in a few years by the use of other garments must not be worn when Bird, L G Chandler, Joseph Dolomer lot three ((3)), and across said north-east

bismuth powders and washes is produced they eat, because they have been defiled Doc Lewis, Elijah Stalworth, Joseph quarter of the south-east quarter to the line The Nearest Some to Steamboat Landing.

by atrophy of the skin vessels, and is, in this way. Chandler, W I Dewberry A C Gadsden, dividing the said north-east quarter of the

.in'fact, death at the surface.-Shirley A metal plate is given to each man, a James Nelson, Howard Poiusett, Mack south-east quarter from the north-west
Dare's Letter. Iota, or metal cup, filled with water is Richardson, Samuel Walton, Phillip quarter of the south-east quarter of said THE MUSIC HOUSE OF FLORIDA

placed by his side, and the women bring Wilson, Henry Phillip, Samuel Speed; section four ((4)), thence south along said
John Walker ROWein.ROCKLEDGE. line the north-west of
diyiding to
The Luxury of Today. the food and serve it out to their lords corner
the lands formerly owned by A. L. and
Now, the growth of luxury for the last and masters. In the hot season a woman .
E. F. Hatch in said section, thence east
half century has been very great and twirls one of the huge fans, or punkahs, Precinct No. 4-L W Atkins' Augustus along the north boundary line of the A. B. CAMPBELL

very general. We do not merely mean in a very deft manner, creating a little Brown, George Johnson, Joseph'Vilson, last aforesaid lands to Indian River,

that ,the rate of living has advanced.This breeze in the close hot room. When the Robert Arnold, Frank M Fowler, Henry I which said line is four hundred and eighteen Jacksonville Fla.

of itself is not necessarily to be deplored men have finished and gone out to take Giden, Price Holler, Geo M Magruder, ((418)) feet north of the line dividing ,

in any class, and in some classes their usual whiffsat the hookah, the Albert McDonald, Rosalvan C Perham, said lot three ((3)) from lot four (4)) in said
ha ;matter for serious congratulation.That women bring in the rest of the food and R J F Richardson S Smith, B C Wil- section three (3)), and the line dividing the

an agricultural laborer, for instance, eat their breakfast by themselves. lard, Charley Barrin ton, S B Barnes, E said north-east quarter of the south-east

should be able to procure more food, bet- They cook without the aid of a stoveor B Htidum, James Wilson, Stephen Dor- quarter from the south-east quarter of the I will Sell and Deliver at your nearest. .

ter1 'clothing1, better housing, and better range, and generally without even a sey, Daniel C Gilley, Edward Horton, south-east quarter of said section four ((4)), station First-Class
-location'for his children than he could chimney. Two or three sets of chulhas, Henry :Mathis, W 11 Morgan, Charles thence northerly along said river to the

flftv years ago is a matter to rejoice over, I which' are merely little standards built of O'Connor, Mack Richardson,J Roberts point of commencement,containing twentytwo

.ana a state of things to secure by every brick or mud,are in one corner of a little Walter Speed, J B Williams, Simon acres, more or less, reserving and excepting PJA..J.VOS
proper means. What we mean is, that kitchen. The little kettles rest upon Walton. I from the above that strip or parcelof ',

the scale of comfort deemed necessary by them. Fires of small sticks are kindledin EAU GALLIE. land conveyed by Stephen Ryder and his OR

every class has enormously grown.. Take these chulhas whenever wanted, the wife to one Robert C. May, by deed, bear-
the classes. The great houses food is cooked quickly, and the fire immediately Precinct No. 5-II L Green, Theodore ing date April 30th, A. D. 1887, and re- OR.G-A..J.VS,
upper the administeredin extinguished. Flat cakes, Piazza, James II Owens, John A Chan- : corded in the proper office of Brevard P .
throughout are
country Jackson Jackson, Alex Hatley An- aforesaid in Book K of Deeds I'OR Lt:S MONEY other house the
the;increase of' which is flattened out hi the hands, are made of cey, county, than any in
a style quitedisproportionate United 8tat .. Instruments to
thony Emmanuel, Geo W ChanceyJohn on page 20. Also all of the north-west guarantee
to the growth of income the wheaten dough and baken on an iron be as represented. I \\ill ship a Piano or Organ to
McIi1lan.Vi1liam Matherson W E Ro- of the south-cast of section
of I'their owners. The expenditure on plate over'the fire, first on one side, then quarter quarter any honest man or woman on trial and il not
the other. It is reckoned nice gers, Andrew Williams, George W Zair. ((4)) four, township and range aforesaid, satisfactory, I will pay freight both ways. $25
farfetched foods and most recherche on. a accomplishment -
: containing ((40)) forty acres, more or less, cash and $10 a month on Piano; and $10 cash and
wines, the most costly amusements, has I to do this "just right, i. MALABAR. according to United States reserv- $5 a month on an Organ till paid for-not much

vastly developed. And the tendency iseTe1' e., to have the cakes perfectly baked, but Precinct No. 6-Calvin Larkin, W ing and excepting from the survey tract about ((4) more terms than anyone ordinary can own rent.a instrument.On these very Send liberal for

upward. Young men begining life not burnt. Delamater, Fritz L Dedent, Robert V four acres thereof, known and described as FREE CATALOGUE containing full information.

try to start where their fathers left off. With these cakes, or chapatis, they Turner, W A Young. blocks one ((1)), two ((2)), five (5) and ten Sheet Music.Strings,Violins. Banjos, Guitars Ac-
cordeons, and in fact, every Musical Instrumentthat
Some quarter of a century ago there was serve stewed vegetables or a pulse, called BARKER'S BLUBF. according to said Ryder's plat of said forty is made and at very low prices. Send for com.

discussion in the newspapers as to the dal, highly seasoned and enriched with Precinct No. 7-G B Miller Peter Hill acres unrecorded and in the possession of plete Catalogues. I have 20.000 pieces of Choice
prudence or otherwise of ghi, or boiled butter, or oil. Their only Fred. F. Taylor. Music at 10 cents per copy. 5,000 books of Choice
young persons Edward Scott, Henry GBoswell, Edward Music at 10 cents per copy. ,OOO Books of Choice
lathe upper classes marrying on an income beverage is cold water. They use no Russell Thomas Sanders Thomas Shel- Also all that tract of land situate on V oval and Instrumental Music at 60 cents and 2*
of COO a year. Three times that china, glass, spoons, knives, forks or the east side of Indian Ui"erin the countyof ents. Any piece of sheet music published at 2 6

income would be now considered inadequate chopsticks. They convey food to the ton. Brevard and State of :Florida, known toM per each cent sheet below music publishers size prices.10 cents.' Books Send of for 3

by the critics who conducted the mouth with the right hand alone, using ST, LUCIE. and described as follows, to-wit : Com- pieces Catalogue.A. .

discussion.-Quarterly Review. pieces of the flat cakes as spoons to scoop Precinct No. 8-August Wettendorf, mencing on the bank of Indian River in B. Campbell, Jacksonville, Fla.
up the stewed pulse. At the evening Wm Myers, Charles! F Gage, Charles A the south end lot is,and running north ,.
17 east in line of leaning cabbage tree [Mention this paper.] 5s. llr.
f San Francisco's Mint Chimney. meal they have a little more variety; rice Stockel. a a
in some form, perhaps with a of marked with x, and on to another cabbage '*
:: In 1850 the old mint chimney was curry EDEN. Notice of Election.
, blazed fore and aft and ten chains to
fish or vegetables, and a dessert of fruitor on a I
taken down and the rubbish deposited on Precinct No. 9-Charles II Smith, Homer I ,
chains .
lot. where the sweetmeats. They are extremely fond Allen. post, thence east 17 south ten to To the Sheriff Brevard County, Florida
a vacant vigilance committee
thence south 17; west ten chains to
of and have them in
had their fort (Fort Gunnybags), sweetmeats, great KNOW that I John L.CRAWFORD
FORT DRUM the river, thence up the river to point ye ,
and near which they hanged Casey, Cora, variety. They are made of rice, sugar, Precinct No. 10-C H Albritton AllanR of commencement, all in lot No. -one, Secretary of State of the state of Florida n
flour, butter, cocoanut and other fruit. ,
and Brace. Some do notice that
Hetherington men township twenty-seven, south of rangethirtyseven hereby give a
Some kinds are good but most of Padgett.
this rubbish found
poking among gold east in section fourteen, con- GENERAL ELECTIONwill
them are too heavy and oily to be digest- NARROWS.
sticking to the scattered bricks and mor- taining ten acres, more or less.
tar? An excitement was organized immediately ible.Some Precinct No. 11-A Lamareaux. Also all the following described land, be held in Brevard County, State of

' and for a few days the lot women smoke the hookah, and GEORGIANA. lying and being in Brevard county, Fla,, Florida, on Tuesday next succeeding the

was alive with men and rockers, washing all of them chew pan a large portion of described as follows : Commencing on the first Monday in November, A. D. 1888.
Precinct No. 12 Thomas Mann R F
. out the debris of the old mint chimney. the time. This is composed of betelnut, east bank of Indian River at a stake, being the said Tuesday being the
.: How did the gold get into the brick and a little shell lime, cardamon seeds, etc., Hall, S J Frost, Edwin Nelson, Frank the north-west corner of land formerly belonging I
leaf. After chew- Allen, Thomas Jackson. SIXTH DAY OF NOVEMBER,
f. mortar? It flew up the chimney when wrapped in a pungent to Bethel J. Stewart and wife,
: melted in a sublimated form, and, being ing this awhile a blood red juice escapes, MERRITT'S ISLAND. thence north 97 degrees east ten chains, For Four Electors of President and Vice
.' condensed into a solid before reaching which colors the teeth and mouth in avery Precinct No. 13-None. thence north 72J}west to the river bank 15;' President of the United States.

.t the top, collected on the inside, as found. unpleasant manner.-Mrs. E. J. CANAVERAL.Precinct I chains, thence 18 chains and 87 links in a : For one Representative for tne second
These much Humphrey in Demorest's Magazine.The south-easterly direction along the river Congressional District of Florida, in the
:r' city gold washings were as
'. of a novelty to San Franciscans as No. 14-William H Johnson. bank to the point of beginning, containing fifty-first Congress of the United States,
many nine and seven-eighths in the form For Governor of the State of Florida.
I Montagnais of Canada.It HAULOVER. acres a
they would be in New York, for the
nearest gold mines are 150 miles distant is a significant fact that, althougheven Precinct No. 15-None. of an oblique-angled triangle, according to For a Secretary of State for the State' of
the faintest trace of Indian's blood a survey by Professor Hill. Florida.
thousands in
San Francisco and
predominates over that of the more OTTER CREEK. Also an adjoining piece, lying on the For an Attorney-General of the State of
that city had never been to them.-Prentice blood of Europeans Precinct No. 1C-None. north side of the land above described, and Flcrida.
effeminate conquering -
Mulford in New York Star. the yet blooded Indians have )1ELBOURSE.Prccinct embracing all the lands included by a line For a Comptroller of the State of Florida.
yet pure drawn from station 1\0.2 in the foregoing For a Treasurer of the State of Florida.
e almost disappeared, while the half breeds No. 17-W L, Kiefer, G B
Fashion In Canine Pets. I description said station, being the easterly For a Superintendent of Public Instruc-
; The fashion in pet dogs is as varying now compose the Canadian tribes. The Miller, Heywood Denard, T H McCoy, E apices of the triangle heretofore describedto tion of the State of Florida.

t aa in wearing appareL A certain breed disappearance of the Indians must be due D Chambly. a point on the Indian..river two chains For a Commissioner of Agriculture of

will be all the rage for a few :years and to some psychological influence rather After striking the above named per- and 83 links northerly from the most the State of Florida.

then it is supplanted by another. For than to any adverse material conditions. sons from the registration list, the Board northerly point on the river, aforesaid,and For three Justices of the Supreme Courtof

i instance, two years ago the pug was them Even here, under the best attainable re- then made the following order, to-wit : containing two and one-eighth (2J acres, the State of Florida.

T t popular pet in the canine family lations with civilization and the least I On motion it is ordered that 16th dayof in the form of an oblique-angled triangle, For a Senator for the 13th Senatorial

but now his star is on the wane and he possible change of habits, they are diminishing October be set for purpose of hearing having its eastern apex identical with district.

{ falls back to the rear of the procession. about as fast as our abused complaints from those whose names are eastern apex of the previouslydescribedparcel For one member of House of Represen-

I While the pug is a stylish looking dog: tribes. Scrofula and smallpox are their striken from the registration list. according to a survey by Professor tatives.

S and:decidedly aristocratic in his behavior most common diseases and they injure 22 A. A. STEWART, Clerk. Hill. For a County Judge.

he has quite a phlegmatic tem their health by unnecessary exposure, Also an adjoining- parcel of land situate For a Clerk of the Circuit Court. .

4 perament; but since he has begun to runcounter overloading on the carries inordinate NOTICE.All immediately north'Of the last described For a Sheriff.

to fashion's decree he will degenerate : feasting and fasting, and excessive laborin persons having claims against the piece of land, and adjoining thereto, described For a Tax Assessor.
and become other running down reindeer and moose; estate of Edward Gibson late of Bre- as follows: Commencing at a pointon For a Tax Collector.For .

:: dogs. Five or ten dollars as common will buy as a finer and their losses are not made up by their vard county, Florida, deceased, are hereby the northerly line of the last described a County Treasurer.For .
small families. required to present them, properly parcel,distant 790 2-10 feet westerly from a County Superintendent of Public
PQgpupnow. Two :;0 would
not years ago Sickness is much dreaded, and if one authenticated, within the time pres- the eastern apex of the triangle last described instruction. .
S In the purchase the same dog. One thing or two die in a place any one else who is cribed by law, to the lIon. Minor S. thence north 19 and 3. east For County Surveyor.For ; 11
pug's favor will always make him 797 8-10 feet to Banana river, on the south Justice of the in and for
indisposed thinks he also is to die, and Jones County Judge of said county, or a peace
popular household pet-there has never the others about and the to the undersigned, or this notice will margin in the corner near the confluencewith each Justice District in said County.For .
Jt been a case of hydrophobia from the gather Those writers express who stand in bar of payment; and also per- Indian River, thence in a southwesterly a Constable in and for each Justice
11 bite of one of these little pets, and they same opinion. and err as- sons owing said estate are requested to and north-westerly direction, by the District in said County. .
., are decidedly kind affectionate to the sert that insanity deformity are un- make immediate settlement with the high water line of said river to the rocky The attention of the Sheriffs is called to

dren.-G lobe-Democrat. known among them; they have a super- undersigned, point at the mouth of said Banana river, I the law requiring them to cause a noticeof
stition that an evil spirit is taking posses- WILLIAM GIBSON. on the (southerly; side, measured on the said election to be published in a newspaper -

Cooling Effect of Ice. sion of such persons, tochange them intoa Administrator of Edward Gibson, de curving shore-line, about 426 feet; thencein printed in the County,if there be a paper

The cooling effect of ice is actually dependent supernatural creature that will wander ceased. a south-easterly direction by the high- in the County,and if there be no paper

upon its melting, as in this proceastheheat about the woods and devour men. They This 27th day of September, 18SS. water line of said Indian River about 840 published in the County, they shall causeat
which causes it to melt fsabsorbed therefore strangle the demented and manyof 24. feet to Professor Hill's stake,being the most least five copies of this notice to be post-
from the surrounding bodies the ill formed.-C. H. Farnham in northerly apex of the last-described trian- ed in the most public places in the County.

A pound of ice, in melting, will absorbent Harper's Magazine.To SHERIFF'S SALE. gle, thence by the most northerly side of IN TESTIMONY whereof I have

i ; heat to cool a pound of water I Under and by virtue of an execution issued the aforesaid triangle last-described 340 and hereunto set my hand and affixed
ftOlfl 174 degs. Fah. to the freezing point, of Have the earth's a Big Globe.surface will be out of the circuit court for the 7th 2-10ths feet to the place (\f beginning, containing [ Ls.. ] the great seal of the State of Florida -
6 and l-100ths being in township Tallahassee the capital
ar to acres, at ,
cool of Florida
142 of de- Judicial Circuit a judg-
5&a. The pounds of steam one is due anxious to see the huge globe that is to ment recovered in said court upon, wherein 17 south, range 37 east, section 14, lot this, the twentieth day of Aug.A. .
power exhibited next in the Champs de de-
,be year Adams and John I. Howe were one as also are the two lots last above D. 1888.
Jthe converse of this principle. APooad Aaron
Mars, Paris. It will rotate properly on scribed, according to the survey and plan CRAWFORD.
of water converted into steam and plaintiffs and Stephen Ryder was defendant JOHN ]...
and will be accurately con- 23d 1880.
axis J. F. LeBaron made January
an by ,
led I have levied and will sell at of State.
into a radiator will Condensing upon, Secretary
upon scale of one-millionth.
structed on a best bidder for cash JAMES E. BOWMAN,
outcry to the ,
Pound of give out, enough heat to raise one of Even at that it will be a tremendous in public front of the court-house door, in Titus- Sheriff Brevard County, Floride. JAS. ,E. -BOWMAN Sheriff Brevard
water about 4.2 pounds
> or thing and give considerable of an idea of ville, Brevard county, on the first Mondayin D. L. GAULDEX, Att'y for Plaintiff. County. .

Ol 32 degs. to 1,004 degs.Public the-ChicagO appearance Herald.of the. world' we. live- in. November, the same being the fifth day Dated this Oct.2d, 18S8. 24 7.allalrauu. J-fa., Au!!. 201888.

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THE FLORIDA" .'STAR.' government? The policy of the gentleman Mr. Idner's Acceptance. stifled by' the democratic majority in,. To deny our manufacturers this

and his party is to levy taxes as fast TITUSVILLE, Oct. 22, 1888. the house. sure Of protection will compel them -
-PUBLISHED EVERY.T THUBSDAY.. and these taxes fast Editor Florida Star: The result is, that we are presentedwith go out of business,or to reduce the
+ .asyou can, spend as )abgr
"condition the president callsit cost of their
a as products
as possible to prevent a surplus in the Enclosed you will find the letter of other below that of
ELLIS B. WAGER Editor and Msler. of a large excess over the expen countries in order to male
of G. W. Idner republican
treasury, and thus give protection. But acceptance ditures. A condition for which the legitimate profits. Who their

61. O per Annum. protection to whom? He says to the candidate Please publish for the assembly. into democratic part is solely responsible.One tam a business that did not pal as uaquate
as your paper goes
that has been reached by its refusalto profit? Show
manufacturer and their employes. Does the hands of all the republicans us a business -h
Entered at the Pott Office at Titusvilleas extend its aid to the cause of educa- the profits arc great, that ere
anybody suppose these few factory own- on the river. tion. By criminal neglect of the de- soon run down
Second-Class Matter.A GEO. M. ROBBINS.To a to a reasonable fignrei:
ners do or will give away the profits they mands of the nation for a decent navy competition. Carneaie's business

SQUARE is one inch In space; 24 squares thus secure to their employes or to any- Republican County Committee. and adequate coast defenses, it has not disprove it, for there are does
make a column I have the honor to acknowledgeyour left us in a position which invites attack invested in the "plant"of Dli11iens
else? Labor else the
For advertising rates enquire of the Editor one as everything notification of nomination by Cn}_
my and may at any time,result in our humil- Iron A\ orks. There '
always enclosing a two cent stamp. stands upon the footing of supply and Republican County Convention as Re- iation and tempprary defeat, by some facturers in free trade are England wealthy lDaDu.

THE STAR is the OFFICIAL newspaperfor demand,and if these same factory owners publican candidate for Representive third rate power. All this, for the pur- as in protected America. This is as well

Brevard county. could employ their labor at one-half of from Brevard county. Permit me to re- pose of creating a "condition" which question of profits but a question not*
what turn to you and the convention my sincere should force upon the country- con- wages. >\ e contend that of
they are paying to-day don't competition
The Star has the Largest circulationof every thanks have in
for the great honor
you sideration of the "free trade" theories of this country not only reduces
any paper on the East coast of Fla. sane man, know they would hasten to by: your action confered on me, while I certain visionary and impractical politi- a reasonable figure: considering profits to

do so. feel unworthy of the honor, and thereare cians. Men who have borrowed their money invested, but frequently the

As the columns of this paper are always Is it not far more reasonable, just and men in our party who are far better ideas from the British Cobden club, and wages below what is fair or just or reduces

open to a free and fair discussionof fair to the millions of poor people and fitted to occupy the position than my are stimulated in their assaults upon ports with the benevolent doctrine coa-of
self, as you bare seen fit to make my American industries and "egged on" in the Christian religion.
matters we present in this is- farmers / And we haTe
public of this not to collect
country nomination unanimous it is not for me
their inglorious worK, by the cunning the boldness to assert even at the
sue a communication from Mr. G. M. more taxes than the government needs? to go contrary to your expressed wishesin and deceitful plaudits of our English of democratic misrepresentation risk

Robbins. That he is wrong both in his Why not leave this surplus in the handsof that convention. Permit me to say rivals. the formation of "truth"' for the tint

statement of facts, and his conclusions the people? Did not the Republican through you to the people of Brevard (Owing to the defeat of the Senate bills preventing ruinous competition PUrpose
county that I accept the nomination so making large appropriations for the pub and enabling the
is apparent, even to those who have read party inaugurate the present high tariff payment of such wises
kindly tendered with due appreciationof
lic good $150,000,000 have will
; some ac- as prevent strikes i is legitimate
even a little upon this subject.In from the necessities of the war? Yet the honor thus conferred, I stand by cumulated in the United States treasury.A proper and beneficial to the and

the first place the State Democratic the gentleman states that "the Republican our national and State platform and will further contraction of the currencyof large. We do not want an article country at at a

Committee, as charged by him, have not party had made them an encourage- use my best judgment and ability to the country menances its business lower price, if we know that workman

blackguarded anybody, and have only ment and protection to home manu- serye you. :Florida was once a pivotal with a stringent money market, difficult has been starved to death in its making.
State and friends
Republican ,
my we collections, business failures, and panic. At the same time we condemn
appealed to the wisdom and experienceof factures," and then states that "the may make her s6 again for the Republican With the hope cut off of disbursing this formed for the purpose of extortiaj trust

sensible men. His first charge upon Democratic party has taken the appalling party. I would warn;you to stand by money in the payment of labor engaged enormous profits, and the republieaa

the Democratic Party is the defeat of the position that these great industries the nominees and work hard for our upon public improvements, as contem- party is as much alive to its iniquitiesas

Blair Educational Bill. Perhaps this is should no longer be protected." cause. Pay na attention to stories set plated by the republican senate; the are our opponents.
atloat by our friends. This evening the
true in only as epublicans also This other alternative, is the only course The Senate tariff bill is framed witha
part many statement "is appalling, for the Republican party is a progressive Tartythat left-That of reducing the revenues of
this but if it be true the The De- due regard for the protective principle
opposed measure, Democratic party has taken no such po- protects man. the government.In The Mills bill disregards this

Democracy should be praised. Not that sition. No such declaration is in any mocratic party would give the working laying these revenues the republican is essentially a tariff for principleand
class free trade and thereby close all revenue oaly.
Democracy is opposed to education, far Democratic platform, State or national. manufacturers and paralize all industry party had made them an encouragement Its friends claim that it compensates
from it. But autonomy of the States And such and protection to home manufac- the American manufactures for the loss
no position has been taken by causing our working classes to com- tures and under its kindly influence the
and the liberty of the people of the any Democrat in power. Is a reductionof pete with the pauper labor of free trade country has had such marvelous growth of protection by putting his raw mctimal
upon the free list. But when it is
United States, would be endangered by the tariff of about 5 per cent. free England. that there is no parallel to it in the his- that the raw material of the remembered -
Let be watchword. We
the enactment of such a law. If education trade t Is the readjustment of the tariff have had protection a quarter of our a century of protection tory of the world. In the proposed re- iron manufacturer,pig iron, Is the/ai A.
is be taxation is it duction of revenue, the democratic party ed product of the mines and
to promoted by smelting
inequalities, so as to raise what money under the Republican banner, has taken the appalling position that
not for the of each State and where this wide earth works, the fallacy of this argument: is
as easy people the government needs, free trade? on can a nation these great industries should be no
at once perceived. A bill framed
to be taxed by the State authority as by The Democratic policy is to raise all be found that has made such gigan- longer protected. They assert that they the protective principle must on
tic strides of advancement in the
national Is not the in ark based upon an artificial, and not a
authority. the
money revenue the government needs by a industry in which American
and sciences, in manufacturing and farming -
natural condition and affect fear of the
the U. S. Treasury, as truly tax money, tariff, save the tax on tobacco and whis- under protection, and whose labor is labor is employed in competition with

as the money gathered by direct taxation key, and this advantage is sufficient so well paid, so well fed, so well clothed, ing consequences in constructive of the laws.government Every engag-thing with foreign two labor.exceptions.This the We Senate confess bill that does

into the County and State Treasuries ? protection for all manufacturers.Do and who own so many happy homes, we prize as individuals is the result of the reduction of duties on and rice
and where children well school
Why place this money in the U. S. Treas- the/'need more? Is it just to give ed-nowhere else on earth are so except in the constructive labor. Nations as well as without compensation bounties seems
first and then distribute it to the men are the architects of their own for- like a violation of the protective
ury them more? Is this the free trade, whichso United States and under Republicanrule. princi-
States? Why not leave this money in appalls the gentleman and his ? tunes. Nothing ventured, nothing ple, but why should the Democracy of
party gained, is applicable to both. And let Louisiana and the Carolinas object to the
the pockets of.the people, to be paid directly No, they would go still farther, and by a See to it, then, that we hold fast to this democratic party is so afraid that application of their own doctrine of "rey

to the State*-and county schools ? tariff, raise taxes which the governmentdoes those do blessings. By your votes you something will happen way off in the enue reform through tariff reduction on

Why increase the number of office holders not need for fair, proper and legi- may Now as prohibition, I am in favor system dim future of protection if we cling that to it this urges artificial us to the necessaries of life," to themselves tIn
closing discussion of this abstract
? Why break down the common timate expenditures amounting to mil- of exacting such laws or amending pres- commit commercial suicide at once and and We
complicated subject cannot
school systems of every State in the Un lions in order to protect these wealthy ent laws so that there shall be no loop- avoid the danger. This is in effect, its refrain from referring to ,the assertion of

ion, which are thriving and growing rap- manufacturers.The hole whereby the rum seller can escape, position, for it proclaims that a business the Democratic candidate for Governor,
in saloons so-called social
idly, by making the people look for aid gentleman next charges the De- clubs. The penalties of the law I would that of cannot the government exist without should the be fosteringcare allowed that the "tariff question" is plain and

from and depend upon the National mocracy with duplicity, and states "the make prohibition not only a name buta to become extinct. What is this but simple"A little and easily knowledge understood ii a by dangerous all men.

Treasury ? How long would the National Democratic plan as exemplified in the stern reality I can assure the good free trade? thing" and it is a trial of ill trained minds

aid last under this Bill ? What wouldbe :Mills Bill to be the first step in the gradual people of Brevard county that I will We know that we shall be met at this tq think "they know it all." He who
the condition of the school system approach to free Trade. faithfully Should I be for elected the temperancecause. motto point by denial, for it is characteristic/of studies this subject even a little below
my the democratic to misrepresent its
when this National aid was withdrawn? He should at least be consistent for will be, pulverize the rum power. To party the surface, must agree with the Repub-
designs, when it knows that they are
licans that it is one of the most compli-
Why not follow out :Mr. Robbins' argu- all his objections to the Democratic party those who honor me with their votes, unpopular. But listen a moment to the cated questions ever 'presented to the
I them I will do
assure mywhole dutyto
ment and have a great centralized gov- so far, have been because it is going to the best of and facts: American people. A\e call to mind
my as a man
ernment raise all taxation for all The democratic orators and newspapers that there is deal of difference between -
pur- ruin the country with the "free trade brother, and work earnestly in their be- a great
assert that it is unjust to tax the
I poses, municipal, county, and State, by :Mills Bill," and now he says they are only half. That stupendous fraud known as farmers, to support the manufacturesand theory and practice. In putting
a theory in itself into practical
t 'this same indirect, hidden, obscure tariff? approaching "free trade," and the Mills the Atlantic Coast Canal Company needs their employes. If it is true that operation, ,perfect it is frequently seen to work

In this way the people would not know Bill is only the first step. investigation and their frauds unearthed they are taxed for this purpose and haveno in a most unaccountable way, to its one
and if found as currently as reportedto
r bow much each man was taxed. Why The gentleman has been greatly fright- compel them to fulfill their contractsin compensating advantages, as the de- inators. The free traders leave a factor
mocrats allege then the conclusion is
*not keep the people in the dark, as to ened by the appalling position in which a reasonable time, or take away their inevitable that ;the farmers should not out of their theory, which practical men
are always afraid of. It is called tke factor
the taxes they ? Is it the less his charter that the lands held in reserve,
pay any own vivid but partisan imaginationhas be taxed to support the manufacturing of ignorance. This factor never becomes -
tax because it is indirect and ob- be thrown open to actual settlers. This interests. Consequently our manufactures -
money placed the Democratic party. Imagination a known quantity until the theoryis
reserve is (33 per cent.) 92,000
tained by a tariff ? We had just as well I is not reality. The Democratic acres within one mile of Indian river, the should demands not be protected trade.; and justiceto tried. It is strange that the businessmen
farmer free
raise all money necessary to run each town, party would be in a deplorable posi- while private entry is but ((25 per cent.) The democrats are using the argu- forebodings of this at country the covert should attempt have of dire the

county and State by the tariff as to say tion and condition if it should be held 56,470 acres, State selections of 85 not ments that sustain the free trade position Democracy to overthrow the tried and

our schools, which are purely local, shall responsible for the fears and imagination approved, (17 per cent.) 47,550 acres, and at the same time vociferously trusted system which has brought us
Spanish grants (30 per cent.) 80,000
be supported by the U. S. government. of the gentleman and his party. At acres. To sum up (75 per cent.) of the denying that they are free traders. If such prosperity as a nation, and engulfus
they believe their
This is certainly against the spirit of the this first step of the Democratic party to lands along Indian river are now prac- must be free traders.own What arguments is the, they use in the the application inevitable of ruin their that free must trade result

U. S. Constitution, and would tend to slightly reduce the onerous and unjust tically closed to settlement this makes of such duplicity? fanciers.

destroy the independence of the States and unnecessary tariff taxation, the Republican great injury to Brevard county.I It is a fair statement of the democratic
shall, if elected, do all it is possiblefor plan that it is There is a phase of this question which
reserved these States to say a gradual
and the to
rights raises the
party cry of free trade to do to such frauds which we
me prevent to approach to free trade, through-revenue has not been discussed, but to
under this Constitution.He when there is no free trade, and the gen- our landed interests.I reduction. In its execution, the Mills desire to call the attention of every farmer -

next charges the Democratic partyfor tleman's argument is based upon imagi- wish to return my thanks to the Bill is the first step. especially of those who are struggling -

neglecting our sea coast and navy. nary evils and the false position in whichhe gentlemen for the honor conferred in Lotus now turn to the republican to pay off mortgages upon their pli-
naming me as candidate for It has been often out to ;
your representative ces. pointed
position. It is this. Since
This charge will not bear the light of has placed the Democratic revenue re-
party. and my sincere thanks are duction has been forced us it them, that unemployed workmen, could I
truth. For 25 years the Republicanparty Garfield and Arthur both advised this due to Mr. J. M\ Bassett for making my should be so made as to afford upon a just, not buy their products, that instead I

was in power. What did they do same Democratic position of reduction of nomination unanimous.I measure of protection to every American convenient local markets afforded bt I

for the national defense and the navy? the Tariff. The Republican party, after have the honor, gentlemen, to be industry. We believe that in the manufacturing cities in their own woo, !
your obedient servant. they would have to send their productsto I
The blotting out, of a single American
Nothing absolutely nothing.
; repeated promises to reduce the tariff, G. W. IDNER. would
foreign shores and their profits !
the ,
manufactory, property made value-
"criminal of which he
neglect" speakscan .and persistently refusing to do so, were t less and the men thrown out of work, is be consumed in long distant freights.
only be placed to the credit of 25 four years ago hurled from power excepta Republican Address to the no measure of the injury done the coun- Besides, the stagnation at home would

years of Republican rule. Republican senate, which stands in the Voters. try. For the inter-dependence of tradesis reduce the power to pay for, and consequently !

,Under Mr. Cleveland's administration way of tariff reform, and after months of As the day draws near when the people such, that the disturbance or destruc- the price of theproductionsol I
national defense and have of this county will be called upon to tion of one, involves many others re- their farms. All these arguments they
our navy promises have adjourned without fulfil familiar with and have been oj I
decide, through their ballots, questions motely connected. The suspension of tol
rapidly improved. ling their promises and without passingany affecting greatly the destination of this many industries would involve our Democratic speakers that they 1 recoup

There is nothing new in the gentle- Tariff Bill. Nine-tenths of the gen- nation, we deem it a fitting pre whole business system in ruin. for their losses by the tbmmbhedprice w

man's cry of "free trade," visionary poll.ticians" tleman's argument is against free traders. sent to the voters of Brevard County a Without discussing the causes the of clothes.
statememt of the principles and fact remains that the of There is another to which .e**"
and 'British Cobden club, and He displays a "factor of ignorance"or policy, wages men employed phase;
great for which the republican party of the in manufacturing are higher in call their attention. It is true that withfree I
if these be not an appeal to prejudiceand willful misrepresentation in calling the county asks your support. In contrast this country than elsewhere. It is alsoa trade the purchasing power of money

passion, which the gentleman seemsso Democratic party free traders, and in with the effusions of the State Democratic fact that through these enhanced would be enhanced. Many thing

anxious to avoid, then we do not un- charging the Democratic candidate for Committee we shall eschew all wages our workmen are enabled to edu- would be cheaper, but think! Is not W I

derstand the English language.He Governor with having but "little knowledge" blackguard Denunciation and abuseare cate their children and afford luxuries labor invested in the production of these. t
would of the $150 not arguments, but the evidence of in their homes, unknown to their fellows things the same as before? Yes,then is it i
dispose surplus and an ill-trained mind, because the lack of them. We appeal, not to in foreign lands. It is also a fact not the case that instead of the value tf

000,000 as the leaders of his party have "Our next Governor" thought the political prejudice and ignorance; not to blind and one to be weighed well, that American these commodities going down thai u b..

suggested--spend it,spend it fast; spend issues on the tariffbetween the Demo- spirit of partizan zeal. But we address workman will not submit to occupya the value of money that would go op

it in the hurried construction of a navy cratic and the ourselves to the sober judgment of those lower position in the social fabric In other words money would buy EMHJ
party Republican
I which construction party good citizens who hold themselves freeto than they hold at present. They are labor. It will be correspondingly M
a faulty
E! ( means ); were plain and simple, and could be understood judge, between the parties; and reach looking: upward and pressing onward.. to get. Think of this, you who are w

I spend it on the Blair Educational Bill by all men who reason and their conclusions through our intelligent It,is also true that money commands debt! New countries are built on BOP

theory. At any rate, spend it. Whereis think. discussion of the questions at issue. higher interest in this country than rowed money. We are a great debtor n*

f it to end when the navy should be Nothing could be more unfair than THE REVENUE QUESTION. abroad. Those using capital in businessare tion. We are in a position to raise w*

! built and the Blair Bill passed? Would Owing to a democratic majority in the quite generally running on borrowed value of the dollar we must get w pay
. this imputation upon Capt. Fleming, lower house of Congress, and a democratic money and must extract from their business our debts? Is this justice! Are yon ptN
not the same surplus exist? When are who, of all men, is brim full of modesty, executive, many measures which I a profit sufficient to pay their interest pared to do it? Will you make: the rubj

I we to call a halt offexcessive taxation? manliness and true worth, and never would redound greatly to the advance I I and remunerate themselves. richer, and the poor, poorer? '. DOC

The, people do not forget that all tax given to boasting or vain speech. ment of the nation have failed to be- As a consequence of these two con this our Democratic frien s.

money is blood money, and it is the same Ifc. come laws. Among these are the Blair ditions, the higher price of labor and time to call a halt? You !> t0kt

"blood money" whether raised the indirect THE Democratic majority in Brevard A Educational Bill appropriating many the greater rates of interest, it costs by placing the Republican National! bet
millions of dollars for the promotion of more to 'manufacture in this, than in et in the ballot-box on next OT
tariff or by'direct taxation., Is at this election will undoubtedly be as education in the south. The bill pro- other countries. Next week we shall dwell upon SUte

taxation a blessing? Has any govern- large as on former elections. viding for an' adequate system of sea- The principle of protection demands issues and endeavor to give someito-a..

ment, State,.or ,national. any right to TIlE Republican party-has some workto coast defenses appropriating some $120- that a sufficient tariff shall be levied on stantial reasons National'ticket.for supporting.
raise by of taxation $150 do before the 6th of Nov. if it 000,000. A bill to re-organize'and buildup imported goods tQ cover the difference as well as the
any system wishesto ,
All these have M. RoaIN
between the labor
our navy. measures cost, and interest on GEORGE

000,000 more_ than.,t..,. ..-needed. to run that J jI jY present a full. county ticket. passed the republicaIt'senate and been'4. money, here and abroad. for Republican County Com4 -

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heavens' above me, .
pea the are ann doth its beams 1 brightly shed; ',' & E1.7DGE:

{&und me companions aresmibng, RUMPE'S ., ,
lead. '
is heavy as "
< t J1J1 enJOY the gladness Dealers in i
a the long of the birds over-head. .. .

EyeD or I've the heard snnshine that is my darknss loved,one is dead. GEORGIA PINE LUMBER ,.
for :
need he have been taken from me?
Why of all to my heart, '
The dearest we've pictured together MILLINERY ,-i
fSe'often where we never would part I SHINGLES AND LATHS. < ,'- i

that this anguish .
1 iSneyer a thought : ;"L,
Could come for many long years, ; ..
:Over a thought that to-day I would haveTTOK General Hardware, :

too deep for tears.
sad I am feeling, AND

.So'I\\1IichseDdethits jcarcely IoDd and can see beams the bright down light from heaven, Sash, Doors and Blinds ; Stoves, Tinware and Crockery. '

Ind torneth to-day, a dark night.

Tk Are,that better all by who far pass than over when that here river, \ DRESSMAKINGESTABLISHMENT :P AIN"TS .A..N""D OILS,

ADd that soon we shall join the spirits

Of ill who to us are NETTIE so dear.MAY GIFFORD. Refrigerators, Water Coolers, Ice Cream Freezers,


EdiWr()f the Florida Star: Screen Wire, Screen Windows, Screen-Wire Doors. .

DUE SIB-Your correspondent "Fair
PIT". has referred to the use of personalities -
at the Rockledge "mass meeting." POWDER AT NEW YORK PRICES.

glow me to call attention to one part of TITDSVILLE FLA.

the proceedings of that meeting which TITUSVILLE, FLOHID.A.
, centered an outrageous insult to two-

" thirds of the delegates to the Titusville -. TROPICAL AND SUB-TROPICAL FRUITS AND FLOWERS.:
Convention, and through them to the ,-, TITITSVILLE
, "I Egyptian Queen Pine Slips.
districts that sent them. The ''ProhibitionDernocratic .
Resolutions" as adopted "- INDIAN RIVER NURSERIES. I
"whiskey had been freely used
toted md in that consequence the delegates to the FURNITURE STORE. Bone Meal, Tobacco Stems, Cotton-seed Meal, Cow Peas &'Fertilizers. -

kte convention at Titusville had failed I have just received my STOCK of I CATALOGUE MAILED FREE. TERMS CASH.

, ete, etc." (The words are quoted from MILLINERY GOODS; this embracesthe JOHN B. BEACH, Indian River Nurseries, East Melbourne, Fla.
be but ---
and may not exact, are
and accurately the
, rery nearly so, convey
meaning of the original.) In conse- A. Froscher
auence of indignant protest from Mr. IRRIGATE IRRIGATE !Io 1.1! "}

Wooten and myself these words were "
-: :-
"carefully revised" out of the preamble; LADIES' "

,I nd I should have taken no further notice :

! of them, had I not learned at Rocki The requistes of a good Wind Engine .''

Anareas i FELT &: STRAW HATS Parlor Suites, are POWER, LIGHT 1 RUNNING, SELF-
tightly altered form, in an article in ,,

: Puttie Spirit entitled "who got the money Bed Room Suites GOVERNING STRENGTH TO WITIIt
/' It will be remembered that Mr. R. ,

:) N.Andrews was one of the Committee on STAND STORMS, DU- f ABILITY, & SIMPLI-; .
I isolations at the "mass meeting" Think RIBBONS, FEATHERS, Etc. Beds Mattresses

r of it 01! STAR! Think of it, 0 ? ye precincts CITY. .,a it

of Breyard I Two-thirds of your Y .

.1 delegates, the twenty-four who voted to Springs Numbers of tes- ) timonials can 'bo '

retain the county officers in their places, "
1 charged in open meeting, and in a public shown to prove the KirkwoodVindEligins "
print, with having sold their votes, sold And everything in the FURNITUREline. *

e their consciences, sold their manhood, MISS SWAIN, a lady of experiencein Call and see the New Stock posseses all these .
few dollars few drinks! and in Trimming Hats
:,, for I or a Dressmaking received. '.
just '
Mod throwing has come to be regarded will be in charge of this Department to .

lithe special weapon of a certain classof Design, or trim to order all Hats pur- Keeps full supply of metallic and wooden I t
politicians. When a clergyman so THE KIRKWOOD WIND ENGINE
chased if desired. She will also Design
forgets his office as to descend to the Coffins Cases and Caskets.

, use!! of that weapon, he cannot complain and MAKE TO ORDER DRESSES Is the Most Reliable, Durable, Lightest-running and Powerful Wind Engine invented -, .
r l if for the future he should be ranked with when the materials are purchased from Funerals attended if desired. All or- Coupled with its symmetrical design and handsome appearance makes it '

'. that class; and one so ready to sit in stock. It is not my intention to establish ders promptly executed, and at :reason a- most desirable and economical for the purchaser.
judgment on the motives of others, must rates: Embalming done. 22 .
:! not be surprised if they, in their turn, a Dressmaking Department to my MILLS, TANKS, TOWERS, PUMPS, PIPING.

y. sitting in judgment on him, should remind business for the profits in Dressmaking, moire S3.OO per Mill can be seen in operation at my place at Eden. Write for Illustrated Cata :
;b aim of the text, but only to assist or promote my sales in AGENTSf"aD UMS profit We selling beat our the logue,free Address, .
"If seem to be religious for low price. A
: my man among you Dress Goods. Goods bought elsewherewill .
' and bridleth not his tongue, FLORIDA.233mo. "
not be made up. SXxlOX, Embossed padded bideH,gold edges,extension .
; religion is vain. St. James,1.26. clasp holding S* pages of Cabinet and Card
HENRY B. ARCHIBALD. pictures, sent for fl.00,retails for 82.25;bound al.o !!!
1 bought three thousand dollars worth in Japanese Morocco. Illustrated circulars FREE r
Narrows, Oct. 16th, 1888. of the above and FINER
n and more inDry OF-
! Forshee .ALB U MS +
A Correction. <<: (' Area ._ ,-
Mlorof the Florida Star: double their money
AGENTS selling onr B B A 8 S
You will doubtless accord an old sub- }'inished Corrugated \i Y

scriber, who has never voted other than Goods REFLECTS SAFETY LAMP.Can _
Democratic to contradict a couple .
space M Bold In every family. Gives CAMPAIGN BADGESAND
of irrelevant, impertinent, erroneous, more light than three ordinary lamps r
and,in point of fact, untrue statements in .Full sized cents.Lamp! We sent also by have Express the best forthirty
a your last issue relative to proceedings lling Coffee Pot In the U. S.
Send for
Sebastian f Primary, 6th inst. illustrated circulars to
The juvenile "Knights-of-Labor" sectarian And can show you, in a few days, a t

secretarial effusion, possibly, was Most Excellent Assortment in Materialsand t
: tadoly influenced by most singular auricular Grades of Prices.A PORTER &: POTTER 4 ''

delusions, or the convenient memories .
I had the
of these
large portion t
; of certain disgruntled would-be offi-
oak Particularly as he in his one-sided good fortune to secure at Bankrupt Sale, Real Estate Dealers

', report omitted mention of the Chair- and secured some Bargains, which I propose HANDKERCHIEFS

mini as Dempsey Cains opponent to divide with my Customers.I Lake Worth, Dade Co., Fla. F
or his own defeat, by bajonty of .
the Lake Worth, Florida ia the most tropical part of
two in twelve for Constable, and the cannot attempt to enumerate
the State. It lies parallel with the ocean beach, is
fetter fact that the new Executive varied lines I have to offer, but kindly 2}miles long, of an average width of one mile, is
Committee were proposed separately, and connected with the ocean b y an inlet, and is nowhere FOR SALE AT -
invite :your inspection. My over three-quarters of a mile from the ocean.
ttchunanimousl v elected by acclamation, The filching and bunting cannot be excelled, pom .
ad other prominent features. No one pano,blue fish sea trout,barracuta, sbeephead and
< knowing D. P. Gibson, is unconscious of other fine fish being easily caught by trolling or
OJ ith a net. Deer and wild turkey are plentiful In
his incapacity to have perpetrated any the pine woods beyond the chain of fresh water d :BiR,1N-.A.vM's
such absurdities alleged. He tra* sur- lakes which lie west of Lake Worth. Beautiful co- "
pri Stock coanut groves are in bearing all along the shores 0 f
at result of ballot for nomination Grocery sapadillos, alligator'
the lake and gnavas mangoes .
of justice, as he could not believe men pears sugar apples,Spanish limes Jamaica apples,
tould talk one way and act another, ad1nit tamarinds, coffee, goosberry trees manmee apples,

the utter inefficiency of a candidate maumee lime,lemons sapotas,citron, almonds and all,kinds dates of tropical figs, oranges.irnitx THE ONE PRICE CLOTHIER.Clyde'sNewYorkCliarleston&FloridaS.S.Line.'
[JJ yet sustain him. And he did declare and flowers are doing finely here. This is the most ,W
tte "must mistake"that few I eastern part of Florida being 100 miles east of tbA
have been some Will be arriving in a daysand longitude of Jacksonville. This brings the Gulf '" "
"perhaps some voters inadvertedly hope to interest you in prices and goods I Stream nearer to the land here than at any other :
wrong name." And other par-i I part ot the coast, and thus insures the most even .-
tithe in the United States.
tiea offered. My temperature of any place A
enlargely startled, and some large acreage Is put in garden truck every winter,
JJ proposed the vote be again taken, from 15,000 to 20.000 bushels of early tomatoes being
evow; and D. P. Gibson then suggest- grown every year, which bring from $1.50 to
wittat of 100 Bshls. Irish PotatoesI $5.00 per busheL Good hotels stores and post-
"as a more conclusive method Seed Stock offices are convenient.: Lots of all sizes and prices
the respective advocates step to the secure d by the above firm who have almost all of :
side "which be- the best land to sell, Parties buying now will, in r .
gfyte of the room, was short time,more than double the purchase money
cone,when one individual complain- hope to have in soon. The uncer- LOts range from 5 to 10 acres aU fronting on Lake GENERAL OFFICES : BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
edit would be unfair to compel a man of getting, them safely through worth Prices from $50 to $3CO an acre Anyonr i
\0 tainty information enclose stamp to the '
ahow his Tote D. P. Gib- wishing further : NEW YORK AUG. 16 1888.
1 whereupon quarantine has caused delays on first installment above form ,
,. respoDdt"d/"very well,we will run our
independently and elect him." : These will be Sold ExtremelyLow Notice of Dissolution.The FOR FERNANDINA, FLA., DIRECT.

-tip n Cain's opponent, instead of being for first-class Seed Stock. I will firm of Verbeke and Dickson is .
Gibson nominee was placed in have also Commercial Seed Stock at a this day dissolved by mutual consent. Steamers are appointed to sail from Pier 29, East River, New York, -

bOuinati0n by another party, and was Joseph IS. Dickson will continue the :
the_choice of the best residents in the less price business, and is authorized solely to col- Every Wednesday, at 3 p. m. ,:;.

>IIIEful:u&UI! nominee and would had have been several the of suc-hisJrPOrters lect all debts and accounts. and will also DELAWARE............................*..:.:.............................Wednesday, Sept. 2 not HATS AND SHOES. pay all liabilities.
left for their homes,on being REDUCTION CHAS. T. VERBEKE, FROM-. : :
they! "could not vote" who under JOS. R. DICKSON.

JJ bsequent ruilings tear entitled to:I Rockledge. Fla., Oct. 9th, 1SSS. 25 DIRECT FOR NEW YORK., .
ce.. I Ladies' French Kid Shoes, ..'

;'hde never claiming to be a prohibit price, $5, reduced to $4.25. New Partnership.The Steamers are appointed to sail every TUESDAY follow : .

{" I>. P. Gibson "is in favor of tem- firm of Verbeke&Dickson having, AI.T Sept. 25th
nee: in amino and GULF STR
office man who imbibes Straw Hats, 50 per cent. reduction on been dissolved, and the good-will
',t will ever of the firm having been transferred attention will be
ticm hold any public posi- business The freight and passenger accommodation are unsurpassed. Every
jS vh tever by the aid of his vote orCj former prices. to me, I have associated my given business. entrusted to this line. River.
Line Pler: ,East
with DIreCt shipments from New York via Clyde's Florida ,
ce, and particular district has brother. D. A. Dickson, me as a
g lI1 ore than sufficiently cursed already partner under the firm name of J. K. For further J. A. STEAD.Information Agent J. A. LESLIE. Agent, .
JTOmJsness and to the Yours truly, Dickson & Bro., and the new firm will Fernandina.Flar 83 W.Bay St.Jacksonville,Fla. .
ineficiency,even }(. P. CLYDE* CO.. GKNL ACTS.,
old stand. EGER..Tra1I1cManager.V
the : THEO. G.
business at
St.V?becoming a Cipher or Nonentity continue for their 35 Broadl a .*.Y. 12 South Wharves Philadelphia 35 Broaaway, !\,.Y.
friends patron
Grateful to
tc:. M somewhat our F. M.IRONMONGER Jr.GeneralTravelingdgentJacksonvine.Florida .

empii died on said b'thlnstantd B. RTJMPH. age continuance hitherto of, I their respectfully custom. solicit a Since last season YEHTILATOBS have been constructed on,the iron steamers for the. r :
GEO. ,
Respectfully. 25 J- U. DICKSO, better transportation of Oranges and Vegetables -
D. P, GIBSOII' 25. .f .. ,.
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'. urin sour taste in the mouth fre- REVOLVERS. Send lUmp for price list CARDS

quently attended by palpitation of
.What Become of the Unfortunate Infant* Were eyer'such beautiful triplets born MARVELOUS L A, GL GRAS --
of the-Metropolis.Tor Rosy'and sweet and glad.the morn.; the heart; impaired visions, with ,

: some time the' business of baby Never SO happy hearthstone as where these far and three wide abide. +pots'that seem to'be swimming in '

farming has been increasing in this city, ATr'Y-AT-LA AND NOTARY
the air before the a cough
until at the present moment it extends If the angels sent but one to me. eyes; MEMORYDISCOVERY.

from the.most squalid East Side localitiesto Which would I choose of the' l t'elythree' with a greenish-colored expectoration Rock Ledge, Florida
0,of the trio;;Lore Is best;
the magnificent and luxurious mansions Love immortal,is loveliest. ; poor night's rest ; a sticky "-
on the ultra fashionable 'avenues. Mrs. George W.Swift in Woman. D. L. GAULDEN,
slime about the teeth and. .
In this city every year an average of gums;

about 800( ( unfortunate infants are pickedup Railroads of Indian Territory. hands and feet cold and clammy; Any book learned in one reading. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW

in ash barrels, in hall ways, on the There are 20,000 Cherokees, 5,000 Mind wandering cured. ,
irritable and bowels boundup
and in the Chickasaws and from temper Speaking without note Titusville, Florida
streets, frequently river. Choctaws, 5,000 Wholly unlike artificial system
These are nearly all the children of poor 2,000 to 3,000 Seminoles in the territory.The and costive. This disease has Piracy condemned by Supreme Court.

and indiscreet young ,women, who in an Creeks number 8,000 to 10,000 souls, puzzled the physicians, and still Great inducements to. correspondenceclasses. JONES WILLIAMS,
evil hour gave heed to the voice of the but it is thought about half of these are Prospectus, with opinions of Dr. Wm. A. Hammond
tempter. negroes.. Owing to prejudice among the puzzles them. It is the commonist the world-famed Specialist in Mind disease,
Daniel Greenleaf Thompson, the great Pbycholo- .\t torn C.N-a t-La\".
Many of these children find their way Cherokees and Choctaws there are fewer of ailments and yet the most gist and others, sent free by

into regular institutions which. are incor- i negroes in those nations. The territoryhas complicated and mysterious. Some Prof. A. LOIS TrE.237 Fifth Ave, New York. Titusville.QEO. Florida.
porated for business of that description, more railroads than any who have 20. -

such as the Foundling asylum, and a not studied the subject would believe. times it is treated as consumption, M. ROBBINS, --

number of religious concerns where provision The Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe route sometimes as 'liver complaint, and
is made for the little waifs. But runs a line from Arkansas City to EXHAUSTED VITALITY

by far the great majority are 'farmed Gainesville straight through the middleof then again as malaria and even as TnE SCIENCE OF'IT ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,

out" to women who for a considerationcare the territory. The Missouri, Kansas heart disease. But its real nature 61ENCf the treat TITUSVILLE, FLA.

for the children or help to end their and Texas, part of Gould's Missouri Ya- and { =-i Medical Work of the .
is that of constipation dyspep- --
miserable lives, as the exigency of the cifio line, runs through the northeast corner OF.tFf. ; ageonllinhoodXen0113 A M. THRASHER
case or the pecuniary interest involved through the Cherokee, Creek, Choc- sia. It arises in the digestive organs .? -=.''$: ; and Physical DobDity lS. ,

may require. taw, and part of the Chickasaw nations. I I and soon affects all the others : Premature De- ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
The mother in most cases is drawn There is a fifty mile bit of road from KNOW THYSELF .Errors of Yo.nth, ,

from the humbler walks in life and can Fort Smith, Ark., to Moskogee, in the through the corrupted and poisoned consequent thereon. 300 pages the 8 untold vo., 125 miserlea prescriptions -- P. O. Box 20. INTORD, FU.

afford to pay but a small sum for the Creek nation, entirely traversing the blood. Often the whole body-in- for all diseases. Cloth, full gilt only$1.00, Circuit Will practice and in all Court the counties of the lined
maintenance of her child. She accord- Cherokee country. The Atlantic and by mail,sealed. Illustrative sample free to all young |
the system-is lit- tad Send The Gold and
cluding nervous middle-aged men. now.
ingly seeks out one of the baby farmers, Pacific road has got the right of way, Jewelled Medal awarded to the author by the Nation
who thrive in every part of the tenement and has made its survey straight across erally starved, even when there is &1 Medical Association. Address P.O.Box 1895,IJos- TD B. BURCUFIELD,
districts of the city and there the A branch the Rock ton, Mass., or Dr. W. H. P PARKER graduate of
arrangesfor territory. no emaciation to tell the story. Harvard Medical College,25 years'practice in Boston -
the reception and care of her little I Island system crosses the territory, anda ,who may be consulted confidentially. Office. COUNTY
one. A fixed sum per week is decided branch of the Southern Kansas route Experience has shown that thereis No.4 Bulflnch St. Specialty,Diseases of Man. SURVEYOR.

upon, ranging according to location from' runs across the northeast corner. Diagonally but one remedy that can certainly Cut this out. You may never nee it again Orders by mail will receive as prompt

$1 to. $5, and the transaction is con- across the state is projected the cure this disease in all its stages attention as calls in person.
cluded. Perhaps the unfortunate motheris Dennison and Wachita Valley road, partof PARKER'SHAIR
sometimes lucky enough to have as the 'Frisco system.-New York Sun. namelyShaker Extract of Roots or BALSAMCleanses Address: Georgians, FU.

partner,in her guilt one who will pay the Mother Seigel's Curative Syrup. It and beautifies the hair.
-- Promotes a luxuriant growth. TT F. ATKINSON.
weekly stipend. He furnishes the
money The of
Never, Fails to Restore Gray .
for three or five or ten weeks, but with "Five or six years ago that woman never fails, but, nevertheless no -- Hair to its Youthful Color.

each succeeding payment he grows tired was'a great belle"said my neighbor, as time should be lost in trying other /_Prevents 50o.and Dandruff$1.00 at and Dnnnrlrta.GRATEFUL hair falling.
of the job, and finally he drops off alto- JUSTICE OF THE PEACEFor
the door closed the
on shocking exampleof so-called remedies, for they will do
gether. resurfacing."She -CO3IFORTIXG.EPPS'S the Second Justice District of Ere-
The baby farmer gets impatient. She came here for the first time the no good. Get this great vegetable vard county; Court days, third Monday

threatens the mother of the child and morning after,the great balL She preperation (discovered by a vener- COCOA. of each month.
perhaps succeeds in having her make looked tired, and I didn't wonder. My
able nurse whose name is a. house-
some personal sacrifice to help for' its BREAKFAST.
; brother, who was out late the night be-
maintenance, but the struggle proves too fore, told me that he heard a gentlemancall hold word in Germany), and be "By a thorough knowledge of the natural laws XOTICE.

much and the next chapter in the storyis her by name as he handed her into a sure to get the genuine article. trition which,govern and by the a careful operations application of digestion of the fine and All persons concerned, will tale

,the announcement to the erring carriage after a little supper at the closeof perties of well-selected Cocoa Mr Kpps Las provided .1 notice, that thirty days after date,
mother some day that the baby is dead. an evening at the theatre. It was GIVE UP BY SEVEN DOCTORS. our breakfast tables with a dehcatelj-flavored I intend to apply to the Honorable Joba

Of course, if,the child has died while enduring midnight and she was just going home Shaker Extract of Roots or Seigel's leverage. It which is by judicious may save na use many of such heavy articles doctors'bills. of D. Broome Judge of the Circuit Coon

some of the thousand ills that to dress for the ball. You can guess the diet that a constitution may be gradually built up of the 7th Judicial Circuit of Florida,band
babyhood is heir to a permit for its pace she was keeping. She bought noth- Syrup has raised me to good until strong. enough to resist every tendency for Brevard County for leave to
burial is and that is health after doctors had is*age Hundreds of Mibtle maladies are floating adopt, and for a decree of his honor legalizing
easily procurable, ing but a little violet powder to whiten seven given around 1111, ready to attack wherever there is a
the last.of the drama. But in nearly all the great dark circles under her die of weak point. We may cape many a fatal shaft by my adoption of Edna blast
ices it is very 'hard for even a skilled eyes. me up to consumption.So keeping: ourselves well fortified with pure blood child of James A. McCrory, and bribe
Next she customerfor
season was a regular and a properly nourished frame."-CutZ Service
writes R. F. GraceKirkmanville custody of said infant.
physician to properly account for the lit ,
rose leaf wafers of one; kind and another Gazette. Made simply with boiling water or milk
tle one's departure from this unfriendly to rub a little bloom on her cheeks. Todd Co., Ky. Sold only in half-pound tins, by Grocers labelled DRUCILLA K, MCCKOBT.
thus: JAMES EPPS& CO., Homoep.itbic Chemists.London Titusville Fla. 19th lSSS.i .
world, and no moreTis heard of the case. After that it was paint, and now"look at England 34 Sept.>> ,
But there are other baby farms, manyof her. Sometimes her face breaks out in

them in the gilded neighborhood where blotches and she has terrible work to "I had been about given up to HINDERCORNS. i In Circuit Court of the Screntk .hJitWl

Ward McAllister's 400": society orna- cure them."-Eliza Putnam Heaton. die with dyspepsia when I first saw The only sure CUre fey Oorsa:'stop all pain. Ensures Circuit of Florida, Brtrard Oust ,
ments flutter, and there the procedure, eomforttothefeet,150.atDruggists. Iilsoox tCo.N.Y. A. 1) 1888. In Chancery.
charges and,arrangements differ, ,but in the advertisement of Shaker Extract J. II. FOSTER 1
Ruined by the Mask Rate. PARKER'S GINGER TONIC
the long run the result is invariably the VB. I
of Roots or Seigel's Syrup.
old East Indian officer knows DISS01uuetl I ofB.Mowra
same.' The prices charged for the reception The best of all remedies faInward F. Monra & 1IATTIE }
that when musk rat the bot- After four bottles I ableto L artnerthlp.IIENRY .
of infants in some of,these places run as a runs over using was Pains'Colie, and;all Indiges.tion Stomach .hls wife,&)f
tles in cellar well
high as $10 a week, but in the majority your you might as attend to my business as well as and Bowel troubles. Also i MORTEN.
throw the contents away. They will the most effective cure for!
of cases the bargain'is made by the pay- have the smell and the taste of the musk, ever. I know of several cases of Coughs,Colds, Bronchitis and I It appearing from the affidavit of the
ment o1{< a lump sum which will cover affections of the breathing! above named plaintiff that the
and that do will it. mpoo-
nothing you can cure chills and fever that have been
the cost of keeping the baby'until it is organs. It promotes refreshing' dents, F, Morten and II. B. Morten LIs
I know it is that won't be-
eld enough to be received in an orphan lieve, because a story haven't you seen it cured by it." So writes Thos. Pul- overcome sleep, improves nervous the prostration appetite,, "\ wife and Henry Morten, are nonresidents -
asylum or disposed of in some other way. you your- and gives new life and strength of the State of Florida, and that
Generally the'children of such people are self, but you can cork a bottle of ale, lum, of Tay, Geneva Co., Ala. tc the weak and aged. soc.and$1.00,at Drgguists. their respective residences are CoTisg*

offered for adoption and in this way say, as securely as you like, seal it and WORTH TEN DOLLARS A BOTTLE. ton, in the State of Kentucky, bat that
nearly 40 per cent. of the baby farm away, and if the rats get chance. PIONEER COOPERAGESyrup the Post Office address of the said F,
Mr. Thomas P. Evans of the
to play about it YIUvill find it wholly ,
children of the better class are disposedof Morten and II. B. Morten is 152 Jlih
because the mothers do not wish to undrinkable. I don't know how the firm of Evans & Bro., Merchants, Barrels $2.25. Street. Cincinnati, Ohio, and that tie

have them sent to asylums, where their smell gets into the liquor, but there it is. Horntown Accomack Co. Va. Gauged to order. ten cents extra. said respondents are respectively over
I have bottles washed and scrubbed
"blue blood" be tarnished seen the age of 21 years. It is ordered that
mingling with may waifs of the common by and rubbed with sand, then opened and writes that he had been sick with Wheelwrighting and Repairing.C. the said respondents F, Morten, U,B.

found to be ruined. There is no animal disorders for Morten, his wife, and Henry Morten,do
As the matter is at present conducted digestive many years
j that the old school Indian will kill with O. B. respectively on or before the 5th day of

I in"to this keep city ana all maintain applications infants"from are persons turn- such a thorough consciousness of doing a and had tried many physicians and honey barrels ana Oval Water Breakers November A. D. 1888, plead answer or

good work as: the rat.Cliicago News. medicines without benefit. He be- from 2.00 demur to the complainant's Bill of Complaint -
over to the Society for the Preventionof up. herein filed or the same will be

Cruelty to Children by the board of gan to use Shaker Extract of Rootsor Tanksand taken as confessed and the compllasast

health. The society investigates the about the last of allowed to proceed ex-parte with stid
moral surroundings of the applicant, and How Do We Dig Our Graves 1 Seigel's Syrup all kinds of COOPER WORK to order. cause, And it is:: further ordered that a

the board of health looks after the sane Jan., 1887, and was so much betterin copy of this order be published Ifl tit
We must eat cannot live.
or we T.
tary arrangements. When everything is three weeks that he considered FLORIDA STAU newspaper;published II
.found all right a permit is issued. The This we all know, But do we all LaGrange, : : Florida. said county for four consecutive weel

establishment at that point is lost sight know that we die by eating? It is himself a practically well man. prior to said 5th day November A.D18SS -

of, and the board of health or the Chil- He adds, I have at this time one WITNESS the Honorable John D.
dren's society may know no more about said we dig our graves with our 6,000 Budded Trees For Sale Broome,Judge of said court, as welt
hand if I could not
on get A. A. Stewart Clerk of said court, and
the place or the number of babies kept teeth. Hpw foolish this sounds. ,
there or the way they are treated than the : any more would not take a ten dollar At Low Price seal of said Court, at the Court House to
emperor of Morocco. Safety for the lives Yet it is fearfully true. "We are bill Titusville. in said county, this 18th day
I .
of these unfortunate waifs can only be terrified at the approach of the fmit. 60,000 in Nursery.Apply of September A. D. 1SS8.
All druggist or address A. J. A. A.STETTAKT.
relied upon in the regular institutions, ,
cholera fever thereis
or yellow Owrt.
yet Circuit
where the utmost that tender to W. H. SHARPE, Clerk
care nurses, White Limited 54 Warren St.,
a disease constantly at doors Jones and Williams toreewj
aided by the most approved scientific
appliances N' Y. City Point, Fla. plainant. .r
can give, is administered.The and in our houses far more dangerous -
utmost efforts of the police authorities -
and destructive. \
Most I

abuses or the in the Children's system'thus society far have to prevent failed have in their stomachs a poison people, WM. H. SHARPE, Mallory S. S. ]: .1.ue7NEW

because of the numerous obstacles thrownin
more slow but quite as fatal as the
the way of reform. The villainous
women who, for a consideration, squeeze germ of those maladies which sweep REAL ESTATE YORK AND: FLORIDA.

the young lives out of so many little men into eternity by thousands *
waifs year by year, adopt many and
clever ruses to escape detection in their without warning in the time of FOR PIER 21, E. R., EVERY FRIDAY.y CEXTBE STREET WHAET.J\"DT TBV O Jr.

foul work, and they generally succeed. great epidemics. But it is a mercy NEW YORK, BOSTON AND PHILADELPHIA
These people give such an unenviable CITY POINT. ,
reputation to places constructed and run I that if we are watchful, we can The Iron Steamships STATE OF TEXAS, CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, BK

on a purely legitimate basis that the unfortunate -' tell when we are threatened. The Lands sold on long time with interest, or gRANDE, compose the Florida Service.

mothers are more frequently following are among the symptoms, on the lease system, or for cash. Passage Rates, between Florida and New York al1111J-
tempted to throw their helpless offspring the Lowest.
into the depths of the North or East yet they do not always necessarily !fiS?" Rates of Freight always Low as Competing Lines.

rivers than consign them to a'fate that is appear in the same order, nor are Lands cleared and planted, and cared for Early :Morning: Train Every Thursday from points on J. T. & K. >>". R311'1
if desired by contract or otherwise.
Journal.worse than death itself.-New York they always the same in different ; connects with steamer same day at Fernandina.

cases. There is a dull and sleepy Refer to E. M. Breese, Detroit, :Mich.: ; SCHEDULE.
Jno. C. Norwood Titusville Fla. B. Wand .
Female Street Car Conductors. feeling; a bad taste in the mouth, I J. Stras,Tazewell, Court,House; Va.; NORTH-BOUND-Steamships sail from Fernandina every Thursday p. Dn* '
They have female street car conductors arrival of trains from South Florida and trains from JackaonvUJc ,
in Valparaiso, and, the street cars are especially in the morning; the appetite and A. Becker, :Montreal: Canada, for follows morning

double, deckers. The average Chilian is is changeable, sometimes whom I have made eroves. CITY OF: SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder..Thuwfcy Aofr

a rough character,* haughty, arrogant, poor, and again it seems as thoughthe Opened for the Season. CARONDELET, Captain Evans..;-.Thursday, &ELl
impertinent abusive, and the country .ThUISuI3YI
CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder.
could not eat K l3
has more intemperance than any otherin enough, J6STA. man who is interested in his own CARONDELET, Captain Evans.-Thursday,

South America, and quarrels'and.mur; and occasionally no appetite at all; I welfare will be pleased to know tha CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder...<5UTH' u !-:tk.

der. The young bloods flirt with thb dullness and sluggishness of the' CARONDELET, Capt. Evans....;... 1, Ode .
female conductors and make the cars a ANDREW tynf sesd+t.SOUTB.
a nuisance.' These mind no ambition to study -Bot Steamships sail from New York, Pier No.21,E. R., foot of Fulton st
conductors or
femaje ;
wear Keeps the finest oysters to be found inTHusvillc at 3 p.m.,aa follows:
a uniform of blue flannel, with a Panama 28th October 5th T **
.... work: more or less headache and During yello 12th.steamers bit'td S *
the ferer epidemic ngulu.chedns
hat and white pinafore with win continue their
and Fernandina. Order freight via this line.
heaviness in the head dizzinesson
pockets::; reaching from' the breast to the ; AND SERVED IN STYLE TO SUIT PATRONS arD1rectall Freight via Mallory Steamship Line from Pier So.t E, B..Se.Tork. be irc rr4 aa"airSpedal '
anlies The ,Chilian women are not rising to the feet or moving sud- Agent are located at all principal. points through Florida, ben tickets can

pretty,,and many of.them are of a Saxon and -0- information obtained.and and Fernandin*omc-
denly ; furred coated tongue; *9taterooma bertha secured in advance from JackacnrUle
mixture. Criminals and castaway women Plain and Fancy Cake made to order. g "Traina from F R.&N,It';. run directly to ablp'a aide at Fernandina.
wear, a kind of nUn costume, and a sense of a load on the stomach Bale?* Bread always on hand. 5Any farther information can be obtained from JacllODttne.Tla.
J. M. CUTLER,Paaaeoger Agent,corner Hal and Hogan streets,
are thus advertised. Women,who have that nothing removes; hot and Also first-class: Barber shop attached. R. W. SOTJTHWICK,Agent. Fernaudina, Fla.
been false,to their .marriage vows some- H. H.RAYMOND, General Traveling Agent
'to' convent and them dry skin at times; yellow tinge in Meals at aU 5 11 p.m. BITT

.selves times literally.Cincinnati go a .Enquirer whip the eyes; scanty and high colored boats Parties and. hacks hOUrsifrom will please on note morning this., mail .C..IJ..JAJWBY & CO, General tonls, Pier 20 E E. NEW YORK

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". MODERN_ CIVILIZATION. Town," or "library Town." The momentum O. J". IBCESOTCXFl, SORGHUM: : SIIERIFF'S SALE.

of this discovery will be marked. Under and by virtue of an execution issued -

-I.e nbJed M Viewed by a Writer in Rich men should hesitate no longer to : out of the Circuit Court for the 7th .

Tar Cathar-No Beat. aid in unearthing the vast treasures of Hardware and EVAPORATORSMILLS I Judicial Circuit of Florida, Brevard Co.,

It is a very significant aspect of modem the Orient.-Globe-Democrat. upon a judgment recovered in the court of

civilization; which is expressed in the the Honorable Minor S. Jones, county

crd 'nervous." Its original meaning Hiring: Wedding Outfits. General Produce judge and ex-officio justice of the peace for

J]/ ?poesessing nerve; sinewy, strong, Among the oddest developments of Brevard county, Florida, and transcribedto
-5 One of its derivative mean- New York's said circuit court, wherein D. L. Gaul- .
tigorot1S haberdashery is that shop
: the one which we by far most den was plaintiff and Hannah M. Sasser
where underlinen be hired for trous- MERCHANT.
jngs may AntI Syrup Makers' Supplies.For .
meet, is "having the nerves was defendant, I have levied upon and will
treqUeltIy seaux and where the finest of
. diseased; subject to, or suffer- sell at public outcry, to the highest and
irk or be had for the
garments may honeymoononly Melbourne. Florida
/ undue excitement of the nerves; best bidder, for cash, in front of the court
from if the
ing intending wearer will lay
house door in Titusville in said
The varied county,
excited; weakly. down cold Catalogue and Copy of Sorghum ,
eaSilY cash sufficient to outright ,
buy I
complex phraseology by which theflttjliar A. M. Hamilton & Co., on the first Monday in November, the
and a moderate outfit. New York Grower's Guide address
phases of nervous diseases are same being the 5th day thereof, A. D.
.Commercial Advertiser. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA, 1888 within the legal hours of sale the
has become by this time fa- ,
following property, to-wit: '
household words. Wholesale in
ears as Dealers ,
i Ijjjiar In our Symptoms of Insanity.
Lots three and six (3 and 6)of section 28,
There is no doubt that civilization, as Wife-Where were you last night, THE township 21, south of range 36 east, con-
its modern form tends to Indian River
i a 'exhibited in John? Oysters taining 58 acres, more or less.J. .

' undue nervous excitement, and that ner- Husband-At the theatre with a cus- E. BOWMAN,

1 T0os diseases are relatively more common tomer from the west. FISH AUTOMATICSELFSKIMMING Sheriff of Brevard county, Fla.

than they were a century ago. But Wife-What, in all that pouring ram? Dated this Oct. 3d, 1888. 24
t what we have now to say does not con- what's little
Husband-Certainly, a Green Turtle and Game.All
I leera those who are specially subject to rain? MASTER'S SALE.

t nervoo3 diseases, but to the general mass Wife You are going to church with orders will receivo prompt and careful at- Notice is hereby given that under and

", of Occidentals who, while not in any me this morning, aren't you? tention,letter whether or telegraph, 17 by virtue ot a final decree of'sale and

specific condition of ill health, are yet Husband-What, in all this rain? You AND foreclosure rendered by the Honorable

"continually reminded, in a great varietyof must be crazy! The Epoch. John D. Broome, judge of the Circuit
ways, that their nervous systems are Geo. E. Chase, Court for the Seventh Judicial Circuit of

, I most conspicuous part of their organ- Perpetual EvaporatorsAND the State of Florida, on the twenty-

jjatfon.; We allude, in short, to people Brace Up. second day of September,A. D. 18SS, In

i ,fao are nervous, and we understand You are feeling depressed, your appe- Ship Chandler a certain cause in Chancery therein

: this term to include all our readers, and, tite is poor, you are bothered with headache THE pending in the circuit court for Erevan

i in general, all the people who live in the you are fidgetty, nervous, and gen county, and for the circuit aforesaid,

;, lands from which we have come. To erally out of sorts, and want to brace up. ImproYed Victory Cane Mill wherein Thomas E. Ilibben is complainant
Brace but not with stimulants I Ii Boat and Vessle Supplies, all kinds and H. A. Pierce is defendant; andI
the Anglo-Saxon race at least it seems a up, spring
Patent Anchors, Chains, Blocks, as Master In Chancery, will sell for
matter of course that those who live in medicines,or bitters,which have for their
! Canvass Wire
Galvanized cash, to the highest bidder on Monday.
y an age of steam and of electricity must basis very cheap whisky,and which stim- Rope, all sizes, Tents, Portable Soda Fountains. November the 5th. A. D, 1888, the same

:. necessarily be in a. different condition as ulate you for an hour, and then leave Spruce Ladders, being the first Monday in the month

; to their nerves from those who lived in you in worse condition than before. Copper Paints, gal's, 1.2 gal's qts. >. Prices Low and Goods Guaranteed. in front of the court-house door,in Titus '

, the old, slow days of sailing packets and What you want is an aletrative that will Spar Varnish, gal's, 1-2 gal's,qh,pts. ville, Brevard county. Florida betweenthe

: of mail coaches. purify your blood, start healthy action of Oils and Leads, all kinds. legal hours of sale, all the following .
I Ours is an ago of extreme activity. It liver and kidneys, restore your vitality. F. W. DEVOE & CO'S READY MIXED PAINTS, NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. described real estate, to-wit:

I is an age of rush. There is no leisure, and give renewed health and strength, In fact anything for Building Sailing boats. In the county of Brevard and Stale of

so much as to eat, and the nerves are Such a medicine you will find in Electric Hart's Block, 90 East Bay St., Florida,beginning at a stake on the line
kept in a state of constant tension, with Bitters, and only 50 cents a bottle at any I If you have any of the St. Lucie Sound in the south-east
results which are sufficiently well known. drug store on Indian River. JACKSONVILLE. FLA. quarter of the south-west quarter of

I Business men in our time have an eager, OLD FURNITURE section number four (4)), township number -

I restless air-at least thoso who do their To the Ladles. The BUYERS'GUIDE is thirty-seven!_((37)), south range num-

. business in occidental lands-as if they There are thousands of ladies throughout issued each March It is and Sept., Such as oeriorty-one (41) east being three hundred -
year. envy
, were in momentary expectation of a the country whose system is poisonedand 0' clopedia of useful information and thirty.five ((335) feet and seven-
twelfths north of the section line and at
blood is in condition CHAIRS
telegram-as they often are-the con- whose an impure for all who pur.
chase the luxuries the the north corner of a lot sold by ThomasE.
due or
tents of which may affect their destiny from the absorption of impure matter,
This class necessities of life. We SOFAS Richards and wife to D. F. Brown,
fateful We this to menstrual irregularities. are
i in some betray ,
way. can clothe you and furnish you with running thence westerly along D. F.
i unconscious state of mind in a multitude peculiarly benefited by the wonderful ton- all the necessary and unnecessary ORGANS Brown's line to the edge of the savannah,

; of acts. We cannot sit still but we ic and blood-cleasing properties of PricklyAsh appliances to ride,walk, dance, sleep, thence northerly along the savannah six

: must fidget. We ,finger our pencils Poke Root and Potassium P. P. eat, fish, hunt, work, go to church, PIANOS hundred feet to a stake thence easterlyand
Roses and bounding health take the or stay at home, and in various sizes, ,
while we are talking, as if we ought, at parallel with the first line to the
place of the sickly look the lost color and styles and quantities. Just figure out BUREAUS
this particular instant, to be rapidly in- Saint Lucie Sound thence southerly on
wreck of the the use what is required to do all these things ;
diting something ere it be forever too the general system by COMFORTABLY, and you can make a fair BEDSTEADS the line of the Saint Lucie Sound six
Ash Poke Root and Potassium
late. We rub our hands together, as ifpreparing Prickly estimate of the value of the BUYERS' hundred feet to the place of beginning,
for somo serious task which is as hosts of females will testify and many GUIDE, which will be sent upon Or any other Furniture that you wish containing twenty-two ((22) acres, moreor
possession'of the
certificates in the
are receipt of 10 cents to pay postage,
less the land
being same conveyedby
about to absorb all our energies. We
pany which they have promised not to publish MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. RE-VARNISHED AND POLISHED
Thomas E. Ilibben. and Jennie K.
twirl thumbs heads
our we turn our
and all prove P. P. P. a belssing to 111114 Michigan Avenue. Chicago,111. '
Ilibben, his wife, to said II. A. Pierce
with the swift motion of the wild ani- womankind. Call on the undersigned, at the headof

mal which seems to fear that something LUDDEN & BATES SOUTHERN MUSIC HOUSE. Main Street, Titusville, where you 1886.deed, dated the first day' of May. A.

dangerous may have been left unseen. Their Business liooming can have all or any of the above articles I
Witness hand and seal this 28th
: "We have a sense that there is somethingwhich Probably no one thing has caused sucha made to look as well as New; or will day of September my 1888. ,

we ought to be doing now, and general revival of trade at all the drug PIANOS. call at residences when work can not be WALTER S. GRAHAM [SEAL],

into which we shall proceed at once to stores on Indian River as their giving moved. Also all kinds of Ornamental Master in Chancery,Brevard county.

plunge as soon as we shall have dispatched away to their customers of so many free Sign.Painting a specialty. JONES & 'VILLIAMS.Solicito ,

! six other affairs of even more trial bottles of Dr. King's New Discoveryfor -vv. R.Titusville. :E.NOX:. s for-complainant.. 21
: pressing importance. Consumption. Their trade is simply

; The effect of overworking our nerves enormous in this very valuable article Fla. In the Circuit Court of the 7th Judicial

: shows itself, not mainly in such affections from the fact that it always cures and l5-tf. Circuit of Florida, Brevard County.In .,

: as "fiddler'scramp," "telegrapher's Coughs colds asth-
never disappoints. ,
Chancery. _
: cramp,*' "writer's cramp," and the like, ma, bronchitis, croup, and all throat and Mid-Summer Sale c.:ii. SCOTT, TILLIE IIATC ETTpetition to become

!: but in a general tension. We do not lung diseases quickly cured. You can EASTERNHAIRDRESSING Ex-Parte. }1 a Free Dealer.

deep as we once did, either as regards test it before buying by getting a trial SALOON. I Decree of Court.

length of time or soundness of rest. We bottle free, large size $]. Every bottle I This day this cause came on to be
are awakened by slight causes, and often warranted.LIPPMAN'SPYRAFUGE. I heard on the report of the Master in
by those which are exasperatingly triv- If you want a clean and easy shave,
BUY NOW Chancery in and for Brevard county
clean barber
! Ian, such as the twitter of a bird in a As as ever gave, Walter S. Graham, and after consideringthe
Just call saloon
on me at ,
tree, a chance ray of light straggling AXD PAY WHEN my evidence therein contained It appear-
, At morning, eve, or afternoon.I'll
! into our darkened rooms, the motion of ing to the satisfaction of the court that

: a shutter in the breeze, the sound of a. &b COTTON IS SOLD.MIDSUMMER cut and comb your hair with grace the petitioner ,Tillie Hatchett, is pos-

! voice, and, when sleep is once inter- s. To suit the contour of your face; sessed of good business qualifications, it

rupted, it is banished. We have taken To you I'll give a good shampoo, Is therefore ordered, adjudged and decreed -

our daily life to rest with us, and the remIt QQ. ANsPYUAEUQE The art of which is known to few. by the court, here, that the said

is that we have. no real rest. In an OFFER. scissor's razor's keen Tillie Hatchett be, and she is hereby licensed -
My sharp,my ,
to take charge of and control her
age when it has become a. kind of aphorism My shop is a neat and clean
ways ,
until A 8t7 X CURE yea estate, to contract and be contractedwith
that bank succeeds it
a never And I'm find
CHILLS & FEVER, every thing sure you'll to sue and be sued, and to bind
has a president who takes it to bed with 1,000 First-Class Pianos andOrganie To suit the taste and please the mind.
I. him, it is easy to understand that, while 4QUMBAGU to be sold In June,July, herself in all respects as fully as If she
I the shareholders it August; and September at Spot And now to all who patronize intend, were unmarried, and that she Is hereby
reap the advantage, Cash Prices, Payable, 'dealer. is further ordered
Just come along and bring your friends, made a free It
bad A'
North China
for the president.-
Kcws. ORGANS, $10 CASH DOWN, And I assure you I will try that this decree be published four
best weeks in succession iu the FIOBIDA
and the balance next November My very to satisfy. may7
advanceIn STAR a newspaper published Brevard
The Drying of Mosses. ist without interest or
Price. All our Pianos and Organs county.
The power of the mosses to endure re- I1 II ; included in tills sale, our THE SLOOP AGNES" Done at chambers this Oct. 4th, 1888.
Cheapest and our Best. No ex
peated desiccation has recently been ex-
ceptions. Your choice from ten JOHN D.. BROOMS, '
perimentally treated by G.Schroder, who leading matter and over 300 commanded by Judge Circuit Court of 7th Judicial
obtained'the interesting result that manyat styles and Prices. CAPTAIN JOHN MCLEAN. Circuit of Florida. 25

these plants cannot only resist monthsof IS CALLED TUB Makes regular trips on Indian River.

dryness without any harm, but also Wonderful Chill and Fever ExpellerIt -SUMMER BARGAINS 1888- SHE CARRIES A FULL SUPPLY OF NOTICE.To .
all whom it
i that they do not perish even under the cures the chills and fever, tones up the (system New Makers, New Instruments, New GrrocerieSjDry Goods We, the undersigned may concern citizens: of Bre
I in drier and health to the
strongest desiccation carried on a gives an appetite,bringing strength
*ith Styles,New Prices,Great Improvementsin vard county intend, on the 16th day of
the aid of acid. Plantsof
sulphuric Lower Priced Instruments. Goods,
our November 1SSS, to apply to the lIon.
Barbula muralis, which were exposedfor Large purchases enable us to offer Re- Hats .Boots and Shoes John D. Broome Judge of the Circuit
eighteen months in the drier, after a. mJmJ duced Prices. Here are samples.S225 Court of the Seventh Judicial Circuit of

fewwettings resumed growth all their Ladies'Shoes in great variety;Prints all Florida, for a decree legalizing our ad-
1 Octave
Parts. Other species of barbula behaved PIANO. right. Large, Slzp.3Stxines. new patterns at low prices. option of Edna McCrory,infant daughterof

similarly.A .Beautiful Rosewood J. McCrory.
: curious experiment was performed (Prickly Ash Poke Boot and Potae1am.) Case, Full Rich Tone. Guar- Ready-made Clotting, Toilet Articles ROBERT CARLILE,
I' anteed perfect aud durable. Maker1 Price,
with Grimmia pulvinata- in which a CUBES $ti5O. XOTIOXS. 26 ANNA C.lRLILE.PHiLADELPHIA .
stock which had been cultivated sometime
DIKNH ;y Octave Up. For the cash
in a moist atmosphere under a bell $240 r right Grand,Large March 15:,46 6m. SINGER
Pass was suddenly exposed to a warm SYPHILIS Size, 3 Strings, Full Iron

and perfectly dry current of air. It be- Primary Secondary,and Tertiary-Syphilis,Syphilitic Rosewood Case.Frame First-class, Ivory every Keys way.Rich County Court, Florida, Brevard County. WARRANTED 5 YEARS.

gme:: so dry in a short time that it could &uptions. Scrofula and Scrofulous Eruptions Equals Piano usually gold at $300) and 1350. By the County Judge for said County.To LOW -. = HIGH
w pulverized. Then it in drier for Ulcers: and Old Sores Rheumatic and Maker't Price$'i U1. --
lay a
J all diseases of the blood ; all those that have With Plano Plash Top Stool, all to whom these presents shall ARM, ... ,. ARM,
I, oety-five weeks. But the quickening resisted other treatment yield steadily and sorely Handsome Cover, Instructor, '
EKastare was still competent to awaken to the wonderful power of P.P. P., the great SXusic Book and all Freight Paid. come, greeting: $20 ,- : t "" ,$28
Whereas Laura E. Willard .
I' j*w renewed life. The most rapid dry- Blood Purifier. applied to : '1'
. Five Octaves,2 sets this court for Letters of Administrationon
In8 Which could*bo performed in the ORGAN of % Octave Reeds,
the estate of C. Willard
SCROFULA $50 Benjamin
story could not the plant. >> ; ;, Walnut Case.HighTopLamp
** Stands,Music Pocket, deceased, late of said county of Brevard,
even showed of resist- Is an imparity in the blood producing lumps or FullSweef$65 Tone. Maker Rice,$150. these are,therefore, to cite and admonishall
*nea than correspond with its realamities Swelling, causing Running Bores on the Arms, and singular the kindred and creditors -
Legs or Feet,for the core of which use P.P.P., Foar Full Sets Reeds,
for so speedy and complete the greatest blood medicine on earth. All these UWGAU. 10 Genuine Stops, of said deceased to be and appear be-
drying out as was effected in the expnments diseases eUIereadily the power of P. P. P., ,Beautiful Parlor Or- fore this court, on or before the 16th day a tJq

never counts in naturo.PopuIontWy. CiYing new rtzeogth. delighted.gan. Thousands J/d er'.JYure(200.sold. All purchasers of November, A. D. 18SS, and file objections rw tJW '

Science With Each Orsran a Fine Stool, if any they have, to the grant-
BLOOD POISON nn instructor, Music Book and ing letters aforesaid, otherwise the same

Letters 4.000 Tear Old. All Freight Paid. will be granted as prayed.
Cared in Ita worst form; sometimes in eaaesaithgryeipeLas
whereof 1
J.remarkable made in Eternal Pain kIn testimony have officiallyset
discovery has been ,where the patient was
In Egypt of tablets letters which com- and I! ven op by the physicians. In come cases 15 DAYS TRIAL.Order my hand and seal this 2nd day of j tJJ
f.Qie or sere nloua Ulcers broke out till the partywafl amass Oct., 1888. CO
a literary correspondence of 3,500 of corruption; a bottle of P.P. P. was and test in your own Home. MINOR S. JONES.
to 4,000 years ago, carried on between procured,and the disease yielded quickly.RHEUMATISM., No money required until Instrument 25 County.Tlldge.NOTICE. tiM

Ypt1aas and Asiatics. The tablets is satisfactory. WIC pay Freight both ,

9' In Vienna.repl'telt letters andtr1es ways if no sale. Thr. fairest way to deal.our.lnstmments .,

sent to Egypt by the go ,- are good and cheap,anda The firm of Dixon and Benson. Druggists
And aH Affections of the Blood P P.P.stands TRIAL
and kings of Palestine, Syria, m Vial always gives a satisfied purchaser. is this day dissolved by mutual'consent.
alone and unrivaled, and some of its cures are
wylonia and other countries of West-; really wonderful.If wend for Mld-8o mmer" Sale Cir The senior partner, John M. II TOUR OWl HOUSE BEFORE TCU PAT DIE CENT.
tu Asia. suffer from anything like Syphilis Scrofula cular. Wgh-Arm Machine has MlfaettlBK nHdI.elrtbreadlne ,

The find is remarkable you Dixon will continue the business, and .
every battle, is noUeleiui and
Old Sores, Rheumatism '
Blood Poison Ulcers, -
et Price Easiest
y. and opens the people of that age to or any disease of the blood, be rare and Ferns:Best Instruments. Pine Stoots and Cbtv pay all debts and he alone is authorizedto
:' J*with freshness and familiarity It_is give P.P.P.a tI1&L. .e'e; Att Freight Pout; 15 Day Trial Six collect money or accounts due said ia a velvet-lined ease. Don't pay
dear that P.P.P.Prickly Ash, Poke Boot. and Potasaiom Ycanf Guarantee; Square Dealing; One Price firm, agents |ss or$&>,but send for circular. Remessberwe :
the literary spirit is very )is no secret pateat medicine like the many Only: Money Saved-;All' guarantee our'machine equal to any highpricedmachine
*?f. and Professor Sayce surmises 'on the market. Its formula la on every bottle, JOHX M. DlxoN.ROGER on the market. Address
; ,jr aha111et find libraries of clay books. thus ehteg guarantee of ha parity and whole* LUDDENA BATES P. BENSON.Dated The C. A. WOOD CO.,

v 9. t wn Judah was called"Book gomeness that no other blood pur fler does gtre. iot nur.aN MUSIC HOl E. VANNAM.fiA. this ISth; Uy of Sefr,18SS.., 17 S.10th'. .,Philadelphia Pa.

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,. i''k xy J. ;:' .: THURSDAY OCT. 25 1888. I

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.:LOCAL LACONICS. Choir: practice, at the. Episcopal To co'rrect a.wide spread misapprehension Bucklen's Arnica Salve. FOR SALE.
Church, at 8 o'clock this evening.I it is necessary to state that N.C. The best salve in the world for cuts, A tract of land on Indian Ritcrlni ;
; ." tl ''::''Mr: L. C. Oliver has been absent a Bryan bM never been a partner;agent, or bruises, sores, .ulcers, salt rheum, feversorestetter' county of .Brevard" .
and'sell consisting
few days this wee buy in large lots, for small Those who desire hands chilblains Of
: for cash. Irish bbl. representative of mine. champed acres; it being lot \o.3, and south ig :s-,
profit potatoes per information relative to artesian and*all skin eruptions' and posi- of the
"V' : a lively day, politically of
-Monday was
f quarter ;
.75 and $4Buist's Irish seed stctiou
$3 ; potatoes 3;)
speaking, in Titusville. received -$4.50. Corn round lots wells, etc., may derive'the advantage; of tively' cures piles, or no pay requIred.It and lot No. 3, being-the southwestquar: ,
C now, extended direct address- is satisfaction
experience by guaranteed to give perfect ter of the northwest
r -Quite a large number of our resi- 1121bl sacks," $1.70. Oats, round lots, quarter or section -
ing-J. A. Durst, Pioneer wellsinker.Box or money refunded. Price 25 cents 36, both in township 31
dents are expected to return within the 125 lb. sacks, $1.90, _Hay, round lots, in south, range ro
211, Titusville, Fla.OY4. per box. For sale by all drug stores east. This is a very' desirable ...
21b. dozen piece
next week or ten days. per ton, $27.' tomatoes; per Titusville? and on.Indian'River. hammock ot
soil of
by case $1. ; '31b. tomatoes, per doz., by V rich quality, suitable> r .
The proceedings of the Circuit Court for the raising of all tropical
$1.35, 21b. beef doz. by fruits. It
case, corn per Advice to Mothers. i
have' necessarily been deferred until our case, $2.25j 21b. 'roast beef, per doz., by Mrs.Wnm.ow's SOOTHISO STROP ahould always situated at the Narrows,near Enos. '::41
next issue. case, $2.50. Milk, as good as the best, per be used when children are cutting teeth. It re- office. Will sell cheap for cash For
lierea the little l1l1fererat once itproducesnatnral J
; particulars address
--1\Irs. Benj. Hogg is among the home case, $6. Chicago baking powder, as quiet sleep,and the little cherub awakesaa"brightas
arrivals ,during the past week. Mr. good as Royal,.1.Ib. for 25cts. Have in a button." It is very pleasant to taste. It E. 3!. LOW

Hogg'met her here with the schooner, stock $600- in pants, bought from Char- ru yr soothes regulates the the chfla.softeosthegmns.allayiallpaln bowels,and is the: best known remedy, Sept. 3._Brockton.Mia J
Nimrod. lotte Clothing Manufactory. iSTo middle ROYAL 1l7 for diarrhoea, whether arising from teething or

..fThe steamer Picolata 'arrived here profits prices.paid. Geo.Will B.sell Rumph.below competition a 'i other causes. Twenty-are cents a bottle. GRAND VIEW HOTEL ,

from-down the river on 'last Saturday
afternoon. The pile- the river. -0-- t

-The Titusville Athletic Associationheld At the town election held Monday, TITUSYILLE, FLORIDA. The most centrally located Hotel in
their second meeting last evening, there was the regular ticket selected at City.NEW (
mass.. meeting, the Friday previous, -
aqd now propose to clear. the ground for i
their foot ball races. and also a full colored ticket. Besides PLEASANT LOCATION. HOUSE. FIUST.CL.II
there Were separate candidates for town EVERY RESPECT.
'Judge M. S. Jones started down the clerk and'marshal aside from the regu- REASONABLE RATES. Open all the year round. Table Unsar. t

river on a campaign tour yesterday lar ticket. The ballot stood as follows : Bath i
morning, expecting to return about the For l\Iayor-H. F. Atkinson,'87; T. LARGE, COOL ROOMS.: passed. Rooms Free. i
first: of week. Rates, $2. O & S3.OO per Daj. t
next, Warren
.,r ,21; 4Ki$6POWDER Special arrangements by the week or I
Judge Broome, and StatesAttorneyBeggs Alderman-W. S. Graham, 87; E. SPECIAL PATES PER WEEK. I
and wife paid Rockledge a visit on L. Brady, 85; B. R. Wilson, 84; A. month. 19 J. A. MILLER
Sunday last on the 'schooner Bon Ton, Ellenwood, 21, Gibson, 21; Mahaf-- ;
Will Moore, master.J. fey, 21j; MRS. S. A. SINGLETON, Proprietress.Ladles' .
Clerk-G. H. Altree, 56; Blake, 31 INDIAN RIVER ART CALLER
,- A. Durst, of Crescent City, the Judge Wiley, 21;
pioneer well-sinker of the State of Florida Marshal-H. Titus, &4; G. W. Martin -

" operating in Titusville. For 24; I. H. Gorey, 20; THE, TROPICAL. ,
information, address box 211. Assessor-S. F. Gray, 87, W. M. Absolutely Pure. = PICKENS TURNER,

: We learn that Captain Zellers bas Gibson, 20; .
,, This powder never varies. A marvel of purity, & Gents'HESTA.UHA.jSTT. Photographer
The officers will be installed
disposed of two of his manatees by sale, new' strength, and wbolesomenesa. More economical ,
'ana that the remaining one is on exhibition next Monday night, at which time all thap the ordinary kind, and cannot be sold in Views East Coast and Indian
the officers retired competition with the multitude of low test, short on Biter
present are except
in Baltimore.Mrs.
t. at the aldermen. weight, alum or phoppbate powders. Sold only in a Specialty.Has .
and her three ana. Royal Baking Powder Co., 105 Wall Street, :Near the only Authorized PnoroGura
Capt. Paddison. New York.ALLEN. Railroad Depot, .
yr4 daughters, Miss Katie, Sadie and Jean- OF PRESIDENT CLEVELAND AND Pim
'', nette, and also Mrs. G.,-M.; Robbins, returned MORRIS, ILL., Oct. loth, 1888. E. HEYSEB; Titusville, Florida.Mrs. '\ that has ever been made during their
".s from their summering in N.C. on Editor of the Florida Star: travels. Orders by mail receive prompt

"':Tuesday evening. DEAR SIR=I see by the FLORIDA STARof Attorney-at-Law and Conveyancer L. A. Mackenzie, Proprietress. attention. 49-6ma

--The condition of the fever at Jacksonville the 4th,.that'I am running for the of-
is about the same, the deaths fice of County Assessor, for Brevard Co. lake Worth Dade County, ,Flprida. A. L. Hatch & Son,

running' from one to three per day. on the Republican ticket. I wish to say Will furnish Abstracts of Title to Dade MEALS & LUNCHESa DEALERS IN
There is but lityle improvement at Fer- to the voters of Brevard Co. that this County lands.

nandina.Bev.. thing was unknown and unauthorized on -- -- -- ------ DRY GOODS NOTIONS
and I respectfully decline the
.' Jas. Bolton will preach on Sun-,It is against my wishes to run FLORIDA'S SOUPS, OYSTERS, ICE CREAM, I ,

day' next at Schoolhouse"at'Mims, 11 a. for the office, and would not serve if elec- Hardware Crockery, Saddlery,
At 7 o'clockp. JELLIES ETC.
m.; subject" Titusville ted. Yours truly, FAVORITE ROUTE. Stationery, Family Medicines -
m. in Presbyterian L. B. DAWSOX.
subject"Prodigal Son." All are invited. BREAD, CAKES & PIES. Garden Seeds

-Capt. Fulton thinks seriously of ROCKLEDGE, FLA., Oct. 22, 1888. Ship your freight to and from all western CHOICE GROCERIES
cities via. River Junction and Table Board at Reasonable rates. Families ,
giving; up :the schooner, Manatee, and Editor Florida Star : served. t
accepting a position on the steamer Cleo, SIR-I understand that Mr. Wingood Florida Railway & navigation Company. Hay, Corn, Mapes Fertflixen.

which; will be run as a fish and oyster wrote a letter to the STAR declining the DECIDED HOME COMFORTS. CITY POINT, FLORIDA. !
Mr. L. C. Oliver in TilE qUICKEST TIME
boat by her owner, a Republican nomination for County

few weeks. Judge,.b after considering his chancesfor Is positively made by this route. Rates as f
-Just received to-day, Buist & Hen- the Prohibition nomination he withdrew low as by any other route. Direct your 'iiiNEQop'ING 1
derson's fresh seeds. Beans, cucumbers, his declination by a private letter to shippers in New York and other eastern

l watermelons, cabbage, Bermuda onions, you. Does he now accept it, or is he points to mark your goods in care of the
r (red and white,) egg-plants, squash cauliflower one of those Northerners who are too l?. R. & N. Co., and have bill of Lading is-
celery, tomatoes and English while to affiliate with colored Republicans sued accordingly 264t Guttering and Metal Work of all Kinds.

peas. Gee B." Rumph.A but yet want to hold still and get

force of railroad employes are their votes?
here preparing to build a large lighter or I pause for a reply.A LOOK AT THAT LAMP! I have purchased all the tools of the late firm of D. K. Harrison A Co., and will carry t
the above trade in connection with
t scow for the purpose of carrying down

the locomotive and heavy machinery for .. No Chimney No Smoke I No Odor BUILDINGS BUSINESS.The I
i the Jupiter and Lake Worth railroad. Biscayne Ba]. f '" .

The fiat will be built on the south side It is still raining.and all vegetables are The Brilliancy of Gas, with the convenience same energy and attention will be given to this branch sa has been given to the t
& of a Hand Lamp. Saves from 50 to
s of Oliver Budge's lumber yard. This is fine balance of my business. ,
growing.rapidly. a season
75 per cent. of oil by actual test. Burns
The Grand Jury finished their la-
bors.last Saturday. All the lawyers in for planting. the; lowest grade of kerosene oil with perfect -. Estimates Given and Work Executed in all Parts of the State. I
safety, as it is positively nonexplosive.The
j attendance at Court completed their law Charles Peacock, Ex-Tax Collector has
made final settlement with the County amount saved from chimneys and oil -
W. T. COTTER Sanford Florida.
business and d
on Saturday 26
for than for lamp. ,
one more pays
Judge Commissioners for taxes of 1886. year .
but the and StatesAttorney
morning, For descriptive catalogue, etc.. addressJ.
-had, to remain over until Mondamorning Clerk Priest received an order from P. TURNER, TITUSVILI.E }'LA.,

: before they could get away. Judge Broome, stating that he cannot Agent for the WA ZER LAMP CO., WE CALL THE ATTENTIONOf
I -Mr. S. H. Ray is on a visit to Oak hold court in Dade this fall, on accountof for Brevard,Orange and Volusia counties.

II Hill this week for a vacation from business the yellow fever epidemic. Refers,by permission, to Capt. James Pritchard, the people of Indian River to our stock of Good,
and for recreation. No one has re Pres. L R. Bank ; J. A. Miller Grand View Hotel;
John A. Democratic for we are offering at close margin.We .
Harp, nominee G.P.. Mackenzie,SH..Hay, Lewis k Purdey and very
mained their business
closely to
more Sheriff Dade, is here working among others. 25 make a specialty of
r Titusville than Mr. Ray has, and we his constituents. He leaves for Lake

i know it must be enjoyable for him to Worth and Jupiter in a few days. J. PKITCIIAKD,President.W. .
have a change of scenery. and life for M. BROWN,Cashier. Groceries Grain and Flow
I a short time. The Commissioners adjourned Tues- Hay

t t, '--Mr.T.: A. Durst, our artesian well- day the 9th inst. They had quite a discussion INDIAN RIVER, BANK. ,
on the election question, no {Supervisor -
I sinker,made a trip down the river as far
On which will inducements. stock of
of Registration having yet been we give special carry a large
I as Eau Gallie last week,where he was the Titusville Florida.
guest of,)Ii.and Mrs.J.p. Walton. He commissioned.There BUSINESS TRAN- GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, ETC.
; returned on Monday evening, and is is that the ;
a probability Comptroller to
Which low find it greatly
SACTED. we are offering at figures. Those needing shoes will
awaiting the arrival of the necessary will order A. F.Quimby, Assessorof
their interest to give us a call as we are selling shoes low.
and very
and sold. Special
before with bought
power proceeding the workon taxes, to execute new rolls for 1888, as Exchange
the salt well. prompt attention given to collections. Loans We will be pleased to quote prices at any time.
he has made very serious errors therein, negotiated on first mortgage for Savings
t -A man arrived from Lake Worth, at which are calculated to confuse and con- Banks,Corporations Individuals. Interest -
i this place, whose name we did not learn, found the Collector in such a manner, allowed on time deposits. .
E, on Tuesday morning in a small row-boat, that it will be difficult for him to fill out Advances made upon available discounted.
i rowing nearly the whole distance of his receipts correctly. Approved business paper
Drafts on all parts of Europe.
about one hundred and twenty miles There has been quite a number of In- Business done at Jacksonville rates. i & GRAHAM,
with a load of lemons which he wanted dians here for the last few days. It is; Every favor, consistent with sound
to ship. He certainly believes in the supposed that there is about six hundre I banking, cheerfully extended. .
old-fashioned way of travellingslowand of the Seminole tribe in Florida. They CORRESPONDENTS:Bank of Jacksonville,

sure. seem to be increasing very fast, and the Jacksonville Bank,New York.Fla.; The Seaboard National 23 REAL"ESTATE BROKERS & LOAN AGENTS
-It is rumored that yellow fever is at government will certainly have to make

Enterprise, and reports that there were provisions for homes for them in a few !'lie WITTIESTPRETTIEST JUVENILES

; 4 six cases, and one death, up to 1 o'clock years more. QUEER, PEOPLE 'rco*
I to-day. An expert has been sent there MlAMI-ITE.
ascertain. if the report is correct. It Oct. 10th, 1888.Notice Gun C ..:: WINGS ftIlIGI a. 'CLAWI'AWl.GOBLUrI LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD.
has stirred up some excitement here, already '1.00 tic. P. rl.GO

,and should the report be verified, to Taxpayers.Notice By Man Loans Negotiated on First Class Security at from 12 to 24 per cent
our town should organize the strictest
quarantine possible against that section. the following-named is hereby given places that in I Brevard will beat Choice lots in rapidly growing Towns, will net investors 100 per

-Capt. Lacy, of Cocoa was in town cent in twelve months.
county, on the dates indicated, to receive
Monday'for the first time since last No- the taxes levied in Brevard county for h Residence lots in Titusville from S20 up to $1000.
the and the Koute.)
of frog
vember. He brought up the sloop, lola, .the year 1888, viz. : Full(Elopement of the oddest pranks,charming started aDd Business lots from $250 to $2,500-
owned by the editor of this paper, from langh-proYokln illustration by the Prince
the workshop of Messrs. Joyner & Booth, 1888. 1885.LaGrange Juvenile say of its artists"I a a gelling wy .Immensely.jour wild ..iti deugat-Critics
of Cocoa, who have thoroughly over- ,Nov. 5th 11elbourneN'ov.17Haulover Hon.ClintonB.Flat "Doo't.eodwemnoAer/orIcaa't Agents for Florida Southern Railway Lands.
6th :Malabar Nov. 19 04|A.rhildren to H 4"-B.H. Bo D. enat-
hauled and repainted her so as to be aroMyiiM,GAd.I .**-HOD.S. !
Titusville, 7th Barker's Bluff, 21: <,v a*i op odd Ifccb R uwHon.Howard Croebr. I
hardly recognized as the same boat. She Canaveral, 9th Narrows: Nov. 22 AGENTWANTED.. .HTIBBARp BROS. :| .More than 3,000,000 Acres of Choice Lands, located in nearlyevez
will be used solely as a pleasure boat by 723 Chestnat Street Philadelphia*
Editor. City Point 12th St. Lucie, 23 county in the State, suitable for Farming, Grazing, Fruit VegetaWJ

ye Merritt's, 13th Eden, 24 Growing-Pine, Cypress and Cedar Timber, price $1 per Acre an
-The following appointments have Rockledge, 14th Fort Drum 27 WANTED upwards.P. .
been made the Prohibitionists for ad-
by Georgiana, 15th Otter Creek," 28 ,
dressing the people at different placer in Eau Gallie, 16th O. Box 250 Titusville, Florida.A. .
the county: City Point, Wednesday, Oct. A STEAM LAUNCH > "

31st, at 2 p, m; at Titusville, same dayat Returning I will be at A. STEWART, GEO. M. BOBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM.;

7 p. m.; at LaGrange, Thursday, Nov. Otter Creek, Dec. 1 Georgiana, Dec. 17 Clerk Circuit Court. !:)Utv,'at Law. u'
1st,:at 2 p. m.; Titusville, Nov. 1st at 7 i Fort Drum, 3 Rockledge, 1$ With Naptba Engine,

., for colored people. At Rockledge I. Eden, 7 Merritt's, 19 '
Roc. 3d, at 3 p. m. and at 7 p.: m. for St. Lucie, 8 CityPoint, 20 CAPABLE OF CARRYING 15 TU 20 BREYARD ABSTRACT'F TITLE COMPAE

colored people. Narrows, -, .. >,u 10, Titusville, 21 PASSENGERS.

.-Closing out summer stock' of printsat Barker's Bluff, 11 Hauloyer, 22 Address, giving Dimensions, Price, Complete Abstracts of TJtle ,furnished to all lands IB 'J1'e-

Gets. Closing out straw hats,.-sold for Malabar, cc 13 LaGrange, 24 :-* x vard county Florida. '. .
; % 65cts. to 75cts., for _25cts. ; closing.out Melbourne, 14 ,Canaveral, 30 etc., to '

straw hats,sold, for $1.50 to $1.73 for Eau Gallic, 15 W.. WILSON, Courtney;::Merritt's .., :: 'Titles. Examined 'and :Perfected. ; ;;;"C: .
75cts.; closing out\straw hats,sold ;Jar E. W.:, HALL, Island. ".t. ..
$t and tl.25'for SOcts.,, Geo. B."..Bumph. Collector of.nevenue.. t ; > Box 28O, THusville, ,Fla. : J;
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