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:
November 1, 1888


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Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
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Situated on the banks of the Indian River, Titusville in Brevard County was settled in 1867 by a former Confederate officer, Henry Theodore Titus, and his wife, Mary Hopkins Titus. The town was incorporated in 1887, by which time it was already famous for its citrus and pineapple crops. The arrival of the Florida East Coast Railroad in 1892 laid the groundwork for a tourist industry as well. The Florida Star and later the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle provide a diary of these developments. The Florida Star was a weekly newspaper published by P.E. Wagner from 1880 to approximately 1882 and later by S.W. Harmon. On November 1, 1912, the newspaper moved from Titusville to Cocoa, Florida. The Florida Star ceased publication around 1917 and was succeeded in turn by the Indian River Star, which operated until 1920. Another Titusville paper, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle began on July 13, 1900, as a continuation of the Indian River Advocate and East Coast Chronicle; the latter had been preceded by both the East Coast Advocate, edited by W.S. Graham, and the Indian River Advocate. In 1920, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle merged with the Indian River Star and was subsequently published under the title of the Star Advocate.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note:
Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note:
Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
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,. VOL. IX. TITUSVILLE, FLA., THURSDAY, NOV. 1, 1888. NO. 28.\' !",.


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Melbourne.Mr. Lake Worth. Mr. Idner's Acceptance Re- the laborer, it only protects the result of Convention.

John.B.Beach, returned last week, Weather favorable. viewed.It labor in the article made; and the manu-. LAKE*WORTH. DADE Co., FLA. .

i. with his accustomed energy, was at facturer gets the profit on that. Oct. 20th, 1888.A .
and has been time since
V. work with coat and vest off the Pine-apple planting about finished. I lican friends held pome their convention our Repub-and At a recent Republican parade in New meeting or convention of the Democratic -
to that no Mrs. York a transparency was carried, on voters of Lake Worth held
see Work was
sorry the
We are on artesian well began on a senatorial and full county ticket
put which and hammer with the
accompanied him. the 21st. the field. At last was an arm this 20th day of October 1888, at the Cocoanut
in we can congratulate words underneath "we the
We hear of several families at Titus- The Iduna is afloat again and in com- the party and the management in working man." The assertion was false, duly Grove posted.House On, pursuant motion to E. notice N.
since the of fever the fact that one man has accepted his ,
j vine who,. appearance mission for the season. for the only thing protected was the Dimick was elected Chairman, aud A.E.
Enterprise, are inquiring houses or nomination. We are indebted to the last hammer, while the arm itself, the muscle, .
the General The Republicans held a meeting on STAR for Mr. Idner's letter of Heyser Secretary.The
Melbourne by sea.
rooms at acceptance. was on the free list, and had to come in
Chairman stated the ob-
the 27th at H. P. Dye's. Our with Mr. Idner is briefly
health prevails here. The worst acquaintance
good competition with the muscle of the
of the the
CASeS being attacks of extremely severe The Mary B. left for the B. I. R. and slight, but that little caused us to hopehe world. If the manufacturer wishes to ject resolutions meetingwhen were adopted : following

headache of which several parties have Titusville on the 23rd. would sink the partizan enough to reduce wages, and his workmen refusesto ResolvedThat
for deal in facts, and give at least a plausiblereason we most heartily en-
subject years. the reduction his is
been accept remedy &
dorse the nomination of G. S. Hardee
Public as
A. E.
Heyser took a run for soliciting the suffrages of his
We hear that Mr. Hector is to ran for to the simple one, and it is this: Dischargetheworkmen Senator for the 13th Senatorial District,
up Jupiter 22nd to do a little mar- fellow citizens. He has done neither. -In and in their the
Commisioner, for this district. for places put Resolved. That we hereby condemn,
County rying a couple up that way. proof of the assertion the following extract -
"pauper labor" of Europe of which} Mr.
oldest residents the river and the action of the
of the on deprecate County
As one will suffice "The Republican
t acquainted with every one, and with Rob Moore has the Idler repaired, repainted is : and par-the Idner stands in such holy horror, and Commissioners of Dade County, in refus-

the, needs of each locality, his long experience and in the water again ready to ty working a progressive man. The party Democratic protects party which We comes will in free of duty. ing appoint inspectors of election, and
tackle another conch. only notice one more statement -
in the county, and his career to make other preparations for the
i. would give the working class free trade of Mr. Idner's. He speaks of the approaching -
ts a shrewd and successful, but perfectly The Corinne will make regular trips and thereby close all manufactures and "gigantic strides in advancement of our general election, thereby attempting -

upright business man, should certainly between Daytona and Lake Worth this paralyze all industries,causing our working farmers under in effect to disfranchise an entire
It is
protection.. a great And that call
in Countv.
qualify him an extraordinary degree coming winter.A classes to compete wIth the pauper that % we
for the position, and we feel sure that labor of free trade England." puy ne am not accept sooner, so the attention of the State authorities to
that he could
Democratic convention was held at have enlightened us a lit- .
friends along the river, will see the said refusal of duty. .
his many Could be false
Palm Beach on the 20th and a full ticket anything more or more tle on this subject. How are our farmers
Whereas. No has been made
installed by an overwhelming ma- > provision
him nominated.The absurd ? Where does Mr. Idner get his protected? Is it in lowering the dutieson
by the County authorities, for holdingthe
jority. authority for his positive assertion that
lemons limes, and rice
oranges ,
Among the pleasant callers, the past Bessie B. is having a new center- 'the Democratic party would'e the : that we import, or is it in raising: the coming general election, and whereas
board in her and being otherwiseput class free trade ?" Not in the representative Democrats,of Lake Worth
put working '
week, we must not forget Capt. W. A. duty on wheat, corn, oats, butter, lard
precinct, including, as it does more than
Baugh, who passed up with a load of bananas in shape for her coming winter work. party platform as adopted at St. Louis 'I and cheeese that we export?: Or,perhapsour
one-third of the Democratic voters, and
The Captain is one of the institutions N. M. Pitts and wife are guests of the which says: "In the interests of American candidate means our cotton-planters,, nearly one-half of the voters at large in

of Indian River, and we are always Cocoanut Grove Hotel while work is go- labor which should in no event be with no duty at all, until the manu- Dade County, have been unjustly stricken -

to meet him and neglected, the revision of our tax laws I factured goods come in, which,are highly
glad secure a ing on at the artesian well, Mr. Pitts be- from the County Executive Committee -
bunch two of favorite fruit. Mr. the contemplated by the Democratic party with a duty which the farmers
or our ing superintendent of that work. protected aud denied a voice in the councils of
William Richards, of Eden, also was should promote the advantages of such nave to pay and the laboring class, too,
the number stopping at the Idyl The Heron returned from the B. I. R. labor by cheapening the cost of the necessaries at the rate of from forty to sixty per the party.

j. among Wylde J. Walter Knight, of Ercfl- on the 20th bringing all the Democratic : of life in the home of every centum ad valorum.If Therefore: Be it resolved that we pro-

delegates back with her. They report a working man and at the same time securing ceed to nominate candidates for the soy
- Mr. Idner
donne, at St. Sebastian, was up on Saturday expects to gain votes by offices
eral named in the
r good time, splendid treatment and to him steady and remunerative ,as proclamationof
stopping usual at the well- every- em such wild assertions as we have quoted
named Goode House. Mr. A. DuBoise thing harmonious as far as they were ployment." Not in Mr. Cleveland's let- election, and submit the same for the
consideration and of the
concerned. ter of who most clearly and certainly support votersof
believe at the
Baird, was a guest we newbacbelgr's Dade Connty.

house, the Oscar Wylde. Prospects for winter visitors were nev- emphatically says: "We haveentered up- gence than he does. The following nominations were then
crusade of free trade. The reformwe
no H. S. WILLIASIS.Archibald .
er better, in spite of all the yellow fever
Mr. L. C. Oliver also gave us a seek to inaugurate is predicated up- made :
up the country. Rooms are already en- For member of the House of Repre-
pleasant call on Saturday. Mr. Oliver on the utmost: care for established industries I
came down in his fast little steamer, the"Cleo" gaged by parties from the north at all and enterprises, jealous regardfor Ir. strikes Again.To sentatives, W. D. Albury. of Elliott's

remaining here till Sunday, when the hotels and some of the boarding- the interests of American labor anda the Editor of the Florida Star I Key.

hu boat was towed to Eau Gallie, where : houses on the lake. sincere desire to relieve the countryjf rpm SIR-My attention has been called to For County Judge, ,A. E. Heyser, of

she will go on the ways to-day. Messrs. Work on the railroad from Jupiter to the injustice and danger of a condition a paragraph in the Indian River JV&ws Lake Worth.For "

McFadden have their hands full, having Lake Worth is said to be progressing which threatens evil to all the people of of September 13th, in which all who Clerk of the Circuit Court, 'A.. F.

just launched Mr. Saunders boat, the finely. The J. T. & K. W. R/y. Co. have the land" voted as I did at the Titusville conven- Quimby, of Palm Beach.

"Fleetwing," also Mr. Hodgson's sharpie, bought the White road to Daytona and We suppose Mr. Idner got his free tion were quietly left outside the "re- For 8herift''; J.. W. Porter, of Palm

"The Belle," and had on the ways the enlarged the guage, now have a coupleof trade bugaboo from some party leader spectable element' of the Democratic Beach.

latter part of the week Capt. McFadden's narrow guage engines, some four whom he is blindly following; but as he party." Mr.Metcalf is somewhat milder For Tax Assessor, Adam C. Richards,

schooner, "The Queen," and Mr. C. J. coaches and six or eight freight cars on fails to give; his authority, he thus m his mud-throwing than Mr. Andrews, of Miami.

Hector's speedy craft, "The Flirt." Sheis hand, and it is said that all this rolling father's the assertion and must be held but displays the same ungenerous spiritto For County Treasurer, Wm. Fuzzard,

to have new spars, sails, etc., and be stock will be put on our road down here. responsible for it. When he adds, "and those who differ with him. Therefore, of Miami. .

completely overhauled, and refitted. thereby close all manufactures and paral- on the principle that 'with what measure For Supt of Public Instruction? El-
At meeting of the west aide residentsthe
a all industries he the mete it shall be measured to bridge Gale, of Lake Worth.
yze simply caps ye you
The grand barbecue passed off quietly. 24th J. T.-Ernest in the chair the
For County Surveyor Geo. W. Potter
climax of The I shall take the of ,
absurdity. "competingwith liberty
again, ; exam-
A, number of visitors from other pointswere school question was fully discussed
; steps of
the labor of is ining his motives and his
present the greatest number being taken to hold school this winter and pauper a questioning .
For Justice of the Peace Lake Worth-
faint echo of such demagogues Elaine standing in the'Democratie ,
__ part _
from the Republican stronghold,of Georgians Messrs A. E. Heyser, Geo. Gale and E. : Dist. J. C. Hoagland. "
and we question if 1\1r.ldner could tell The call of the "Executive Committeeof
We notice a number whom we B. Plunket elected trustees. The
were as On motion ordered that
what he really means by it. Labor that the Prohibition Democrats" states : a
always thought staunch Democrats, and lake the division line FLORIDA
was suggested
minutes be forwarded to the
itself I "We
is not labor are struggling for principle and it
a large number, that are generally knownas between the east and west districts but .
STAR for
and the labor of England is not only self- is only the principle at stake that could publication.
Republicans. In fact from the the matter of building left
pre- a was over E. N. DIMICK Chairman.
but the than have induced to ourselves and ,
supporting are higher us
wages array
dominance of the latter class, a till the School Board could hear from
person A. E. HEYSER.
the of protected Germany or arraign the nominations made by the Secretary,
who had not seen the circular, or call, Major Russell, to whom they have writ- wages any t
would naturally have taken it for a : ten in regard to the matter. The west other protected country in Europe. Does Democratic convention duly called and Tariff Rates.
very "
Mr. Idner know what the difference in held. This call is signed "R. N. Andrews
Republican mass meeting. Speeches side school is now apparently an assured TALLAHASSEE, ,FLA. Oct. 23,1888.E. .
is in and Massachusettsin L. A. Metcalf.
t. were made by the following parties.Mes- success, thanks to the many friends of wages England Gingras, Guy B. Wager, Esq., Titusville, Fla :
the line of labor? We Who the of these ?
8ra.Gin ras.D. Wingood, RevJ. H. White the scheme and to the friendliness shown same ptesume are owners signatures DEAR SIR-At the request, of Mr.
not therefore call his attention R. N. Andrews is the clerical autocrat of
Bev. H. A. Pattison, A. Du B. Baird, toward it by the County School Board. ; we to Menzies, our assistant general freight
the Cocoa and editor of Publ
and last, but best of all, a short speechand following extract: -Spirit; Guy I beg to hand herewith rate
agent, you
Jas. McFarlane is home again and "In Lancashire, England, the wages, Metcalf is a capitalist who has invested
by Mrs. Fish, of Georgiana. sheet of October 23rd naming rates between
poem, -
Mac's numerous friends are only too gladto per week, spinners, $7.20 to $8.40 (and i Melbourne property, and is proprietorand
Pleasant calls were received Messrs.L Titusville Fla., and New York
see him back amongst them once more. master spinners running as high as editor of the Indian River News,
A. Gingras Wingood and "Duby"Baird. St. Louis and other
f He reports a fine time during the four $12.00) ; weavers, $3.84 to $8.64, subjectat published at Melbourne; L. A. Gingrasis These Chicago rates, _governed by the Southern points.

months he spent at Highlands, N. C., the date on which these rates were Mr. Metcalf's legal adviser. are
& Association classi-
We believe Sunday was the hottest dayof and his health and avordupois are both given to a reduction of 10 per cent. What is the "principle at stake?" Not Railway fication. Steamship Yours

the season, the light breeze persistedin gainers by his visit. As some folks seem In Massachusetts, spinners, $7.07 to the principle of Democracy that was as- N. S.truly PENNKTOTOX, .

hanging in the west. It was such a to think that it takes two or three weeks :' $10.30; weavers, $4.82 to $8.73. The serted at St. Louis, and enthusiastically G. F.,A.

day as you would be apt to find at the to get here from the north on account of hours of labor in the Lancashire mills:: endorsed at Titusville. Not the princi-
Rates of freight via. F. R. & N. Co.
north, in midsummer, but which thank' quarantine restrictions let them read are fifty-six ; in Massachusett: mills, ple of prohibition that was approved at between Titusville Fla. and

heaven, are very rare here, even now the this : Friend Mac left Atlanta, Ga., 12:35 sixty per week. The hours of labor in Titusville by a large majority, and fur- New York box 55c.)

upper strata of clouds are drifting from a. m. the 19th and arrived at Titusvilleat the other New England states where the ther legislation asked for; and that approval : Oranges, per ;
hardware boxed 1 001 be. $1.23
the north and sunset will bring lower 6:30 the Then are generally less than in Massachusetts per ;
p. m. same day. came wages was loyally accepted by our nom- and lOOlbs. 31c. doors
temperature, and another night of cool the splendid sail down the B. I. R. and are usually sixty-six to sixty- inee for the assembly. What was the hay grain, per ;
and blinds lOOlbs. 51c. flour
refreshing sleep. How much more en- then the stage trip from Jupiter and he nine per week. Undoubtedly the inequalities "principle at stake," then, of such seri- barrel 61c.Savannah., per ; -, per

durable is this one hot day, than the reached his Lake Worth home at 11 a. in the wages of English and ous importance as to compel these gentlemen box 45c.

northern weather. From Ohio we hear m. on the 21st, without any delay any- American operatives are more than equalized to organize a split in the Democratic : Oranges per ;
I hardware boxed lOOlbs. $1.03
. "cold rain and snow, with mud to your where. by the greater efficiency of the latter, party? The removal of the county officers. and lOOlbs., per 25c. doors; hay and

Tery,neck." _From western New York, SAM. and .their___u longer fint/rn nf laluw." Why ? "They had not exercised their i grain, ;
I blinds 48c. flour barrel
A -In the last five weeks, we have had but .. No doubt but what Mr. Idner would authority to'enforce the prohibitionlaws" 51c. ; per ,

two days sunshine, and but four or five Stldum's assert that the above extract is from a say Messrs. Andrews, Metcalf and
Acceptance. Louisville box 71c. to
of partial sunshine, the rest have boon ruin Democratic campaign document, and is, Gingras. But Mr. Robbins, a shrewd : Oranges, per ,

hail, snow and sleet, and general disa- COCOA, FLA., Oct. 27th, 1888. therefore, not to be relied on ; conse- lawyer, with all his wits about him, says 95c. ; hardware, lOOlbs., $1.48 ; hay and
lOOlbs. 41c. doors and blinds
vbleness." "colddisagreeable will tell him that it is the Sheriff of them grain, ; ,
From Michigan, To the Republican County Executive Com quently we an extract that-except -none lOOlbs. 58c. flour barre) 86c.
weather, and as soon as it is mittee.I from the report of James G. Blaine, had any authority to exercise, and no ; per ,
Cincinnati box 71c. to
life will I of State the "Cotton business to interfere. : Oranges, per ,
you see us there. long to get Secretary on goods
of having the honorto hardware lOOlbs. $1.48 and
back to Florida and sunshine once more." am truly proud trade of the world," dated Departmentof Now, Sir, let me, as one of the twenty- 95c.; ,; hay
notification of lOOlbs. 41c. doors and blinds
Who would be found dead even, in acknowledge your my State, Washington, June 25, 1881, four delegates upon whose conscientiousness grain, ; ,
nomination the lOOlbs. 58c. flour barrel. 86c.
by Republican County ; per
such a country? pages 98 and 99. We suggest that Mr. this trinity of division-mongers has
Convention held at Melbourne St. Louis Oranges box 81c. to
recently : ,
per ,
Idner the full and read it it sat in judgment-let judging them
get report ; me,
A jolly last Fri- candidate for Clerk of Circut Courtof hardware boxed lOOlbs.
left :Melbourne $1.10
party as a ; n.o.s., ,
teach him something have others if I
might regarding as they judged see can
invitation of Mr and Mrs. J. E. and the Convention sincere doors and blinds lOOlbs.] 70c. flour
Hodg- you my While on this subject of labor let us 1st. The removal of the present county ; ,
*>Dj-to attend for the honor conferred barrel $1.
a party, given for Miss thanks, great on per .
go a little further. Mr. Idner and his officers is the first step to the removal of the
jfwrrie and Master while I feel myself incompetent and Chicago: Oranges box 85c. to
Kingan Hodgson. me, per ,
party as the especial champions of county seat Melbourne, of course, cela
The of the honor still allow to pose hardware boxed lOOlbs. $1.82
party under guidance of Miss May I unworthy me the laboring man in this campaign. va sans dire. $1.15; :

valentine! consisted of Misses Helen and say through you to Republican votersof Some Mr. I. left Indian River 2nd. The removal of the county seat hay and grain, lOOlbs., 51c. ; doors andblinds
years ago
"a EdIth Valentine Jennie Barrett, Annie Brevard County, that I accept the and went up into southwest Georgia, to Melbourne would double or treble. the lOOlbs., 91c.; flour, per barrel,
N Jessie Goode which has been kindly
nomination $1.06.
Masters Willie M. so
where we understand he was of value of Mr. Me teal F there
Ely, and Alex Goode, of Melbourne. tendered me. I shall stand by the National manager property ; Memphis: Oranges, per box, 67c. to
a fruit farm or When he left, correspondingly increase his own importance -
The party were met by Messrs. Hodgson, and State platform of the Republican 85c.; hardware, boxed, per lOOlbs.,
averaged $20 month and board and create his the official -
wages newspaper
with suitable boats and transferred to party. And I promise to use every in Brevard Co. Did per he those of Brevard I $1.44; hay and grain, lOOlbs., 37c. ; doors
pay wagesat organ county
Hodgson's commodious residence, exertion that lays m my power, to see .and blinds, lOOlbs., 54c.; flour, per barrel -
Thomasville ? or did he pay the wages "Festiua Lente" Mr. :Metcalf, Melbourne
'Where the full is for the entire ] 78c.
fun began at one. Miss Rutbie that the vote polled ,
generally paid in that section from $8 deserves
Wilson, and Master Claude Walton, ticket, and if elected shall strive to discharge every The higher quotations on oranges are
to $10 per month and rations? We her rapid upward strides, but Brevard
o) Eau
duties the satisfaction of for less than car-load lots' the lower
Gallie also The to ;
were present. my
guarantee that Mr Idner hired his men, county is not yet rich enough to treat
**wnoon and of Brevard for car-load lots. The rates
pleasantly the good people County.Let if he hired any, and does yet, for the herself to the luxury of a change of seat rate being
Pied in dancing the for and and doors and blinds
voter to
games, and partaking every Republican rally hay grain, ,
lowest wages possible, thus proving whata which would cost her several thousandsof .
*abundant refreshments, and the merry polls on the 6th day of November, and are also by car-load.
humbug this "protection to the work- dollars, and leave her burdened with

about Ptrty were returned to their homes vote regular and honestly, that on the ing classes" cry of his party is; and yet debt for years. When she is, she will State of Florida, County of Brevard. InJustice
10 p. m. in Messrs. Hodgson's fleet canvass of the votes we may feel satis- Court.
he says "the Republican party is a progressive change her county seat if she has a mindto
ttJel.steam launch; Kathleen, very tired fied we have done our duty. With party that protect the workingman. ; but by that time it might possibly To J. E. BENNETT.

HhadasplendiJtime.Married.. many thanks to the gentlemen for the You are hereby notified that a writ of
How does it protect him? The. happen that Melbourne might be too near
honor conferred, I submit, yours for suc- attachment has been Issued against you
last act of the Republican Senate was to southern boundary to claim the honor.

cess. introduce a substitute for the Mills Bill, Is Mr. Metcalf a Democrat? He is and your property attached to satisfy the

At the reidence of the bride's parent, .. E. B. STIDUM. in which the duties OP oranges, lemon, quoted as baying said that "he, and his Now.demand unless of P. J. Hall shall amounting before$10.the

'it piter, on Oct. 22nd, Mr. David R. Card. lime and sugar, the chief products of our paper were Republican." You, Mr. Hon.H. F. you Atkinson,appear Justice of the
of Cocoa, to Miss Lida T. Ar- State, particularly South Florida, Editor, called the News a Republicanpaper Peace In and for said county at his office

moor, of James A. Armour, Editor Florida Star: were all lowered-the latter nearly one- only a few weeks ago in one of at Titusville tbeSd day of January A.

Ue per of Jupiter HghL For reasons best known to myself I half. Oh, the irony of fate! And yet your editorials, and I have een no denialas D. 1889, at ten oclock in the foreatfon or

Pt.FiUgerald from the contest of Justice of Mr.. Idner raises both hands to heaven '
and wife, Mr. John withdraw yet. judgment will be rendered: against you

oL5and wife and a few other friends the Peace in this district with many and cries with franticfzeal "Let protectionbe Gentlemen of the ProhibitionDemocratic and your property sold to pay the debt..

e familY1\'ere present. The cere- thanks to my friends who nominated me, our watchword I 1" Executive Committee-me brinctt, Dated this 1st day of November A. t>. '

N QlrfOTmed by A. E. Heyser, I remain, High import duties-in other words,'a ina me Crlthtle. 1888. 1'>.. J. HALL. Plaintiff -

: -" ., ,' : 4..... -.. MILTON GROVER. high protective 'tariff does not protect .HENRY B... ARCHIBALD. D. l.. GACLDEK Plaintiff's Attorney



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I i :.F : 9'.a -
WOES OF A TELEGRAPHER. with'their faces swollen to twice, their II I FORT DRUM. : :. ; :"r

natural size and as sensitive to the touch i Precinct No. 10. Boundaries follows:

Trouble.During a Thunderstorm-Messages as a gouty foot, and will insist upon i Commencing on the range line, dividing -
Not Easily DisdpheretL having the tooth taken out at once. Theyare I ranges thirty-seven and thirty- S. H. RAY

'And you imagine we fellows have a in misery and must have relief. In I eight, at the line dividing Brevard,and ,
slick time of it, eh?" said an operator at vain the dentist assures them of the im- I Dade counties, run north on said range t:1

the Western Union Telegraph office. possibility of an operation. They insist I line to township lice, dividing townships '\
'Well, you are away off. An operator'slife and he protests. He dare not suggestthe thirty-two and thirty-three, then turn c=cs > Successor to J. C.
especially this sort of weather, isn't idea of leaving the extra amount of II' and run west to the east line of Osceola => Hanrood and Co.

altogether a pleasant one, when he has cheek in the office with him for a weekor county, thence south on said county line '
got to use a fan with one hand and a pen until it subsides, and so he probably I to the north line of Dade county, thence c=c>

with the other." attempts a lancing operation that may east on said Dade county line, to the .7 TITUSVILLE, FLA.Cen'l .

'How many words do operators be successful or otherwise, as the case place of beginning, (except that portionof >
usually write a minute?" may be, but the patient is appeased, and said precinct to be hereafter describedand

"An expert operator has to write on that is the chief result to be desired.- known as Precinct No. 16. Otter .........
an average from thirty to forty-five Chicago Herald. Creek) Voting place, Fort Drum. In-
words,and sometimes more, accordingto I spectors. H. L. Parker, Henry Holmes, =
the ability of the transmitter at the NOTICE. Maxfield Brannam, Clerk, Morgan t4CJQ:
other end of the wire. If the sender is a The following is a true descriptionof ,I Swain.
first class man he can make it very uncomfortable the several precincts of Brevard coun- NARROWS. P s Merchandise

for the receiving operatorby ty and also a list of the inspectors andclerk Precinct X o. 11. Boundaries as follows: =
sending so fast that he won't have appointed by the Board of County Commencing on township line divid-
time to dip his pen in the ink bottle, not Commissioners toserve at the general elec- I ing townships twenty-nine and thirty,
if it were buttoned to his bosom. Thenin tion to be held on the sixth day of Atlantic .
on the shore of the ocean, run STORE.
a thunder storm the lightning interferes November A. D. 1888. I Atlantic
from thence south on ocean
a good deal with the operator's LAGRANGE. to one mile south of township line divid- S.

transmitting. The receiving operator, if Precinct No. 1. Boundaries as follows: ing townships thirty-two and thirty-three, CDUl
his ability allows it, can readily get along On the north, the county line betweenthe thence west on said line one mile southof
by guessing, but he has to be very care- I counties of Volusia and Brevard, on township line, dividing townships thir- V

ful, or any mistake that he may make I the east by the Indian River, on the ty-two and thirty-three, to range line between I propose to keep
will cause his salary to be somewhat di- south by Township line dividing Town- ranges thirty-seven and thirty- c:> .
minished at the end of the month on account and twenty-two, on the line di- (
ships twenty-one eight, thence north to township ,
of having to pay the cost of the west by the St. Johns River. Voting viding townships thirty-two and thirty- -

message, or a few hundred dollars more. place Brady's store. Inspectors, George three, thence west to the east 'line of Os- A first-Class StockOF
No, sir, an operator's life is not one of Gardner, W. P.Day, E. P. Wilbur; clerk I ceola county, thence north on said coun- fRI UlO
pleasure, as is the general impression.It's .
of continual and is Harry Roberts.TITUSVILLE. ty line to township line, dividing town- y o
one worry, ships thirty-one and thirty-two, thence
strictly business. Precinct No. 2. Boundaries as follows: east to east bank of Indian River, thence bi
"How"do operators usually learn the On the north by Township line dividing north along the east bank of Indian River i

business Townships twenty-one and twenty-two, to township line, dividing townships
"A first class operator frequently starts on the east by Indian River, on the south twenty-nine and thirty, thence east on SS-
out as 'messenger,' and through his own the south-line of Grant h4 8
by Delespine on said township line to place of beginning.
perseverance gradually learns the 'ropes, the west by the St. Johns River. Voting Voting place, Narrows post-office. In- GROCERIES3DRY
and if he is ambitious he ItJ
enough, finally
place, Court House. Inspectors, GeorgeB. spctors, E. L. Gray, H. B. Archibald, L. Wt-d
becomes an operator. He may not then Rumph, Joseph "". Rodgers, GeorgeM. B. Dawson. Clerk, J. F. Gray.
be fully up to the standard.' He's got to Robbins; Clerk, J. P. Blake. :::s:!
become accustomed to different styles of GEORGIA A.
messages, such as 'social busmess' and Precinct No. 3. Boundaries as follows: Precinct No. 12. Boundaries as follows: HCD
cipher.' Any first class operator can sit On the north by the south line of the Ii Commencing on the east side of Indian GOODS

down and write cipher after cipher, with Delespine Grant, on the east by Indian River on township line, dividing, town- pMrI ,

the experience he has had with this economic River, on the south, beginning on Indian ships twenty-four and twenty-five, thencerun Ul
and costly style of telegraphing.For River on the half mile section line in I: east to the Atlantic ocean, thence
instance, in an everyday style like section twenty-eight, township twenty- south to the section line, dividing sections > HUMS
this 'How melons to ?' and in township =*
: ripe enough pluck four south, range thirty-six east, runningwest fourteen twenty-three f
or 'C tton's easier, market steadier cot- to St.Johns River, on the west by the twenty-six, south of range thirty-
ton coming in lively,' is all easy enough, St. Johns River; Voting place, City seven east, thence west on said section line o inr
but when the message get this way: Point post-office. Inspectors, A.L. HatchJ. and continuation to the east bank of In- : Hens' Ladies' & Children
'Somnambulistic echu, buy hundred bales dian River, thence north meandering the I'
C. :Norwood, H. S. Black: Clerk, J. D. j
middling,' and it is mixed at the otherena Hatter. east shore of Indian River, to the placeof
__ .._ .
.3 W read, 'Summon an ambulance, uy ROCKLEDGE. beginning. Voting place, Georgiana S

hounded pills middling, etc.,' or 'send Precinct Xo. 4. Boundaries as follows: post office. Inspectors, 11. B. Stewart, J SaOES..A.TS:
me firfziz tollar, I vas ousgaspeilt,' it's On the north, commencing on the west William Owen, G. R. Sanderson. Clerk, 111 Jl .

not quite so easy. The operator looks at bank of Indin River on the half-mile sec- Peter Wittfield. B ft
such. message, turns it different ways, tion line in section twenty-eight town- MERRITT'S ISLAND. P tJ.I

and either' carries it back for 'recon- ship twenty-four south, of range thirtysix Precinct No. 13. Boundaries! as follows. .Bi ITItrl
struction, or lets it go as written. Then east and run west on said line, and All of Merritt's Island north of R 3
again, 'I wasn't.yez coom right doon on
continuation to St. Johns River, on the township line dividing townships L"'J
the wire' no doubt means, wants him to
east by Indian River, on the south by and
twenty-four twenty-five, (ex-
reply by wire. When he such a
township line dividing townships twen all Merritt's Island II.
that portion
the is H ,
in another
message operator CO
'pickle' ,what to do. ty-five and twenty-six, on the west by lying north of line between townshipstwentytwo i t-3td
the St. Johns River. Voting place, Rock- and twenty-three, which has
CAIn and 'cables
'cipher' though, such
ledge post-office. Inspectors J. F. Wooten been annexed to precinct 14, Canaveral.) H
risks be taken it involve
cannot HP
as might -
A. W. Hardee, J. B. Bower ; Clerk, Voting place, House of T. II. Sanders, So
thousands of dollars, and as the (; .
operator's finances are nominal, he can- R. C. May. Inspectors. S. Sam,S. J. Fields Jas. CLOTHING
not take the risk. EAU GALLIE, Thompson. Clerk, J. R. Miot. ---
Precinct No. 5. Boundaries as follows;
'There also stock that CANAVERAL.
are quotations ,
On the north, commencing on the coun- I
are important, oftentimes more so than ty line dividing the counties of Osceola Precinct X o. 14. Boundaries as follows: -

the cipher messages. A quotation comes and Brevard, on the township line be- On the north by township line, divid- -d11
along.. :The merchant does not intend to and lit
ing townships twenty-one twentytwo -
tween townships: twenty-five twentysix .
invest until he is certain that the quota- running east to the west bank of In-- on the east by the Atlantic ocean, \ = Gent's Furnisliins Goods,

tion has been correctly received. An dian River, thence southward on the on the south by township line, di- 1 I

operator or the telegraph company can- west bank, of Indian River three miles viding townships twenty-four and twen- qq II I
not always be held responsible for mis- I to the section line dividing sections eight- ty-five, on the west by Banana River,also Q ALSOCROCKERY r
spelled or badly written messages." teen and nineteen, thence east on said all that portion of Merritt's Island
"How should a message be written to lying north of township line between
section line, and continuation east to .
insure" prompt dispatch and quick deliv- the Atlantic ocean thence south townships twenty-two and twenty-three. SO !

ery? along Atlantic ocean to the township line Voting place, Burnham's grove. Inspectors n GLASSWARE,
"It should first be plainly written, between townships twenty-seven and N. N. Penny, H. Wilson. J. II. Ho- >
every word and figure spelled out. Paper twenty-eight, thence westerly on said gan. Clerk, Robert Ranson. 9! b''
is and be util-
plentiful can generously township line to the west line of Brevard, HAULOYER. ..... Cfo.p. =
ized for this =
important purpose.NewYork
thence north on said county line to placeof Precinct No. 15.Boundaries as follows: ..... I HARDWAREAND
Graphic.Use commencement. Voting place, Olm- On the north by the south line of Vo- ttj. c=c>

stead's store, or Eau Gallie post-office. lusia county, on the east by the Atlanticocean 1Jttj I
of Foreign Titles. Inspectors, C. J. Young, A. R. Hodgson. on the south by the township line >" 0
.The "intelligent foreigner" is highly John McAllister. Clerk, J. F. Bergin. dividing townships twenty-one and twen- II I

amused at the ludicrous custom adoptedby MALBAR. ty-two, on the wet by Indian River. Voting I
some of our "leading" London papersof Precinct No.6. Boundaries: follows: place, house on north side of the >
giving the German title "Herr" indiscriminately Beginning at the point directly west of new canal owned by J. D. Vann. Inspectors Goods. I

to Teutonic, Slavonic and the head, or source of Turkey Creek, on J. D. Vann, E. C. Summerlin, H. Ship Chandlery
even non-Aryan gentlemen. One finds the line between Brevard and Osceola Walton. Clerk C. H. Nauman. CD

it natural that the uneducated masses do counties, thence running east to the headof OTTER CREEK. 1
=> r
not know the difference between sUJ.
a said Turkey Creek, tbence along the
"Roossian" and "Proossian;"but when south bank of said creek, to its mouth, Precinct No, 16.Boundaries as follows: O = :
our leading lights fall into the same thence directly east to the Atlantic Beginning on county line between the
counties of Brevard and Osceola at the [
error it is difficult not to smile at their Ocean, thence south to the line dividing of JlJI '
township line dividing townships thirty- These will be the main features
ignorance. Nobody will find fault with and thirty thence
townships twenty-nine r
four and at Otter Creek
any of our "dailies" for not securing the west to county line between Brevard and thirty-five business, but orders sent me for anything :
services of a Mezzofanti, but on the Osceola counties, thence north to place of thence running east to Allapattnoakee =
other hand, they should try to hide their beginning. Voting place lo't! ffice at flats to range line between ranges thirty- tItJtJ kept in any store in Titos- i

want of knowledge and not pose as Malabar. Inspectors Ed Arnold, \V. P. seven and thirty-eight, thence south on Or '
line to Dade county line, thence ville will be promptly
learned in matters of which they are Arnold, A Boltou. Clerk, F. C. Macum- range
west to line between Brevard and
hopelessly ignorant. "Herr Tisza" or ber.
Herr'Ristich" looks exceedingly droll BARKER'S BLUFF. I I Os-ceola counties, thence north to placeof B

English print; "Mons. Dragumis" per- Precinct No. 7. Boundaries as follows: i beginning. Voting place. Otter Creek.
haps less The rule which the Inspectors, Joel Swam, Hardy Rauler-
so. papers .On the north by township line, dividing to r
seem to wish to follow is to give every townships twenty-nine and thirty, on son, Archibald Raulerson. Clerk, John

gentleman his title. Well and good. the east by Indian Uieron the south by Addison. buy FrnitsJggsCliirteiis, i.
But in that case they should write, if township line, dividing townships thirtyone MELBOURNE ==

they wish to be polite, "Tisza ur," "Pan and thirty-two, on the west by the Precinct No. 17.Boundaries as follows; <:>
Ristich," "Kyrioa Dragumis- ," etc., or county line dividing Brevard and Osceo-I Beginning on a line between Brevard"" Produce my CUi tomtit
drop the title altogether they do not ,, la counties. Voting place, Kitching'sstore. and ;olacotinties;where line between = Or any Country

know it.-Notes and Queries. Inspectors, Dempsev Cain, B. W. townships twenty-seven and twenty- ....-r or friend may bring
I Jerome, Walter Knight. Clerk, Walter eighth intersects said county line, thence 1 Jrw
Kitching. east on said line to the Atlantic to market.I .
The Seeds of Berries.
ST. LUCIE. ocean, thence south to a point directlyeast ...... =
A curious phenomenon, generally rare,
of the mouth of Turkey Creek,
and attributed Precinct No. 8. Boundaries as follows: 1-1
to physiological idiosyncrasy On the north, one mile south of the thence west to the mouth of Turkey CTQ
has this year been quite general. township line dividing townships thirty- Creek, and along the north bank of said CD COts.

: Thousands of persons have been mildly two and thirty-three, on the east by the creek to its head or source,thence direct- '-- ask for a share of the public pat'
poisoned byeatingstrnwberries. The act ly west to the line between Brevard and p..
cf fruit is fine Atlantic Ocean, on the south, bjr town- not a
eating a art not
generally supplicant
ship line, dividing townships thirty-five Osceola counties, thence north to the age, and come as a
understood. .Most
sit down
people to a
repletion of the first fresh fruit that they and thirty-six, on the west by range line place of beginning. Voting place, Melbourne dictator, asking for your farors.
C. J. Hec-
post-office. Inspectors,
When dividing ranges thirty-seven and thirty- e-t-
can they secure.gorge themselves on that fruit come for a eight. Voting place, store of Canning tor, D. W.McQuaig, 0 C. Heasley:Clerk. If courteous treatment,good
J. S. Bell Thos. E C. Thomas. -, -
Company. Inspectors, -
month or more. There is no fruit that is
and low figures
does not carry with it a special danger if DeSteuben,James Paine. Clerk, W. SATE OF FLOIDA, ) : '-- goods

over indulged in. The grape is probably J. McMillan. BREVARD COUNTY f the candidate for
healthiest of till, if the seeds are discarded. EDEN. This is to certify that the above and :---.. ,,." -....-. .
3 But berries have direct medicinal effect, Precinct No. 9. Boundaries as follows: foregoing is a true copy of the bounda- .... public favor
either laxative or astringent while the On the north by township line dividing ries and designations of the several pre- >

seeds are irritants. The only conclusion township thirty-five and thirty-six, cincts in Brevard county as appears of .;. ',. then rm

is that people should exercise common on the east by Atlantic Ocean, on the record in my office. I further certify ..,: >>>- ..., ', .-. elected.Yours .
sense About eating that is if the commonsense south by the county line dividing Brev- that the inspectors and clerks above -.,,- ..
DO as plentiful as the fruit-Globe- ard and Dade counties, on the west, by mentioned were duly appointed by the : ., .',* .

Democrat range line, dividing ranges" thirtysevenand Board of County Commissioners to serve ; wS-' ',">* :. :. anxious to please.t
thirty-eight. Voting place, Eden in their respective precincts.._ .

:The Ban of the Dentists.Neuralgia post-office. Inspectors, T. E. Richards. Witness my hand and seal this 8th, ... ...:? :.:j'i:' .,>: _' .
R: L. Lucas, E. J. Shattuck. Clerk, J. day of October A. D. 1888. :;; :R'am'
and abscesses are the bane s. H.
. Howard LeTornau. A.A. Smv..urr.C1erk.
cfjho @eti ta. Patiejnta come to them;


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NA71VI3 OF MARTINIQUE Success of the Artist. Ed"'fans Is to pass-along" particular Waste silk has been shown to be. them MALABAR CIGAR FACTORY.

The commonest error into which a route notice is sent beforehand to the authorities t effective nonconductive covering for II. C. Starck Proprietor.
A jVrolJar; Type of Physical Beauty A critic can fall is the remark we so often and the roadways are actually steam pipes. The price is high Lut the ,
Rlrndln of Race, hear that 'such and such an artist's; works removed till his ,majesty bas gone by, in demand is very great. Manufacturer of fineHavana and Domestic
'Then you begin to Jook about you at "careless" and "would be better had order that no subject may stand upon Cigars. Trade supplied with fine

the black brown and yellow faces that more labor been" spent upon it." A. the bridge while the sovereign is passing Bouquet throwing has been abolished hand made goods. Orders promptly filled.
studying you curiously from beneaththe often not this Kneath. Once Week.Refitting .
as is
are wholly untrue. As a in the London theatres. factory at Malabar, Fla. 23
fellow stnped Madras turbans, or soon as,the spectator can see that "more .
from under the shadow of mushroom labor has been spent upon it" he may be Old Shirts.A I
straw hats large as umbrellas. sure that the The Paris census shows G.ut.met' S.F..
shaped picture is to that extent in- gentleman's outfitter in London advertises _
Watching the bare backs, bare shoulders, complete and unfinished, while the look to fit old shirts with new fronts, cans. 14,701 English and 5>>.?OM' Ger-

bare legs and arms and feet you find of freshness that is inseparable from a collars and wristbands. This is not so mans. Watch Maker and Jeweller.
that the colors of flesh are more varied really successful picture would of economical it sounds
neces- as it implies bop at John M.Dixon'.Drag Store Titnsrille FU
and surprising than the colors of fruits. sity be absent. If the high finish of a that the shirt is of linen, not of the ten-
;1 And it is only with fruit colors that picture is so apparent as immediately to der and fragile cotton by which the col- The following is a list of names stricken ALL WORK WARRANTED.
many of these skin tints can be compared force itself upon the spectator he may L nr. cuffs and front of the American from the registration list by the Boardof
at all the only terms of comparison used know that it is not as it should be; and shirt are most often held together. County Commissioners, in session Oct. UMAN'S:
by the colored people themselves being from the moment that the artist feels his 1st to Oct. 5th, 1888:
terms of this kind. such as pea.u-sapotille. work is becoming a labor he may depend NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY
''" The sapota or sapotille upon it it will be without freshness, and Underwear of Pure WooL
is a juicy brown fruit, with a rind to that extent without the merit of a Talking of the Jaeger system, Dr. R. Precinct No. 1-CT Allaire, John Butler TilE PIONEER AGENCY.
eatiny like a human cuticle, and true work of art. Work should always C. Rutherford said: "The spread of Dr. Henry Guiteu, Samuel Sullivan, Jos
just the color, when fresh and look as though it had been done.with Jaeger's sanitary ideas in this country Walker, P D Chamberlin James McFagion For terms ,and sample copies address

ripe, of a fine mulatto skin. But among ease however elaborate; what we see has been little short of miraculous. Of Robert Singleton, J N Day, Linsey CHAS.H.NAUMAN,
the brighter half breeds I think should appear to have been done without course, years ago, the theory had been learn. George Warren, W D Wilson: L
the colors are much more fruit like; there effort whatever may be the agonies beneath advanced by others that the most health- W Dickenson, Robert Pierce, F A Stra- Haulover P. O., Brevard county, Fla.DELMONIGO .

are gourd tints banana tints orange col- the surface. M. Meissonier surpasses ful raiment was that woven from animal lan.

ors, with occasionalKlushes of pink show- all his predecessors, as well as all fiber, but Jaeger was the first to enthUsi- TITUSVILLE. T..A.E-VCS
ing through, like the first pink of the his contemporaries, in the quality of high astically work out this theory in its practical Precinct No. 2-Henry Barnwell, G W
mango. Agreeable to the eye the darker finish, but what you see is evidently done details. I myself, for two years, have Young, Ab Crawford, CharlesJ Howard
tints certainly are. and often very remarkable easily and without labor.I worn nothing, save' collars and cuffs, thatis kV S Jamison, Robert Price, Sterling HOTEL
all tones of bronze being represented remember Thackeray saying to me, not of pure woolen material, and I Walker, Samuel Clark, John B Allen, ,
; but the brighter hues are absolutely concerning, a certain chapter in one of have derived appreciable benefit from it. Francis M Berry, A S Browne, C R Cook,
beautiful in certain half breed his books The main reliance of the ;COCOA, INDIAN RIVER, FLA.
that the critics agreed in accusing system is on May Bell, H C Carey, Wm Chisholm,
types coolie and quadroon. Standing of carelessness, "Careless? If I've the indisputable fact that it is the prop- liver Johnson, David Moore, James A Newly Furnished Rooms, Good Table.
perfectly naked at doorways, or playing written that chapter once I've written it erty of animal fibers to exhale and diffuse Thomas, John Williams, Edmund Love,
naked in the sun, astonishing children a dozen times-and each time worse than all excretions of the body with John Atkins, Joseph C Boone, Henry Terms S2 per Day.Special .

. may be seen-banana colored and mange the last I"-a proof that labor did not assist which they may become impregnated, Clark, Edward Donnelly, Charles Fish
colored babies. But there is one peculiar I in his case. When an artist fails its while cotton, linen or silken fabrics re- er, George D Gilson, Isaiah Gorey,FrankA rates by the week or month.

": type, totally unlike all the rest; the skin not so much from carelessness-to do tain them for an indefinite period. Un- Hartford Amos Jordan Thomas Mitchell WM. JAllVIS, Frop'r.
" is an exquisite metallic yellow, a perfect his best is not only profitable to him, buta derwear of absolutely unadulterated wool Tom Moore, D R McElveen, 0 T
1 gold tone; the eyes are long and black; joy. But it is not given to every man needs to be washed but seldom. Simply Rice Beldon W Smith, John B Smith, The Nearest House to Steamboat Landing.
k the intensely dark and lustrous hair falls -not, indeed, to any-to succeed when- hanging it in an air current suffices torender Fred Slemmer, P C Scott, Gus Thomas,
over the neck in a heavy mass of thick, ever and however he tries. The best it pure and sweet. On the other Edward Webster, Alexander. Fleming,
J rich, glossy curls that show blue lights in painter that ever lived never entirely succeeded hand, if you leave clean and newly Edward Gibson, G A Hoyt BenjaminHall THE MUSIC HOUSE OF FLORIDA.

the sun. more than four or five times; thatis washed linen or cotton garments in a James S McGlashan, E A McDonald -
I cannot speak of this comely and extraordinary to say, no artist ever painted more than drawer they will absorb the almost imperceptible J A McCrory, II R Rhodes, MartinRoderly
I type without translating a four or five masterpieces, however high odors of the atmosphere, and R W Steere, W B Smith, Mar-
'.i J passage from Dr. J. J. J. Cornilliac, an his general average may have been, for in a short time need what tho house- S C Tarver, P Wesson, A. B. CAMPBELL
' eminent Martinique physician, who recently such success depends on the coincidence, keepers call a good 'airing' before they Harry C Wesson. .
published a most valuable series not only of genius and inspiration, but of can be used.-The Epoch. '
upon the ethnology, climatology and his- health and mood and a hundred other Jacksonville,
tory of the Antilles. In these he writes: mysterious contingencies. John Effects of Mental Idleness. Precinct No. 3-George Baker, James

'-1 'When, among the populations of tho Everett Millias in :Magazine of Art. Mental idleness is sure to lead to mental -' Bird, L G Chandler, Joseph Dolomer, .r
Antilles, we first notice those remark- ruin. He who will not exert his Doc Lewis, Elijah Stalworth, Joseph

;'' able metis whose olive skins, elegant and The Great Lick Telescope.A thoughts who lets them passively receivo Chandler, W I Dewberry. A C Gadsden, I will Sell and Deliver at nearest
James Nelson Howard Poinsett Mack your
slender figures, fine straight profiles and ,
. very important event for the little whatever influence may chance to fall
I. regular features remind us of the inhabi- city of San Jose, CaL, is the completionof upon them, will soon lose the chief power Richardson, Samuel Walton, Phillip station First-Class
j tants of Madras or Pondicherry, we ask the Lick observatory. This is the re- which makes them valuable. It is an Wilson; Henry Phillip, Samuel Speed!,
J.J ourselves in wonder-while looking at sult of the generosity and the appreci- easy habit to fall into, and one which John 11 alker,.R 0 Wein. pJ: :AJ.V OS

I their long eyes, full of a strange and ation of the benefits of science of James each person needs to guard againstthatof ROCKLEDGE.Precinct .

..; gentle melancholy (especially among the Lick, one of the pioneers of California ', listlessly reading, or listening, or No. 4-L W Atkins,Augustus OR
,\1 women), and at the black, rich, silky who died in 1870 at an advanced age. dreaming instead actively thinking and Brown, George Johnson, Joseph ilson,
:gleaming hair curling in abundance over He went to California in 1847 with a ; working up these influences into ideas Robert Arnold, Frank M Fowler, Henry OFI.GAJ.VSFOB :
J the temples and falling in profusion over small capital, and by investing it wiselysoon and convictions that are worth holding, Giden, Price Holler, Geo 31 Magruder,
.a the neck-to what human race can bet became, by the growth of San Fran- because they have' been justly earned. It Albert McDonald, Rosalvan C Perham, LESS MONEY than any other house la tb.

long this singular variety, in which there cisco and the development of the state, a is the vacant mind where no good seedis R J F Richardson, W S Smith, B C Wil- be Cnited as represented.States. I always I M ill guarantee snip a Piano Instruments or Organ to to
i is a dominant characteristic that seems Manifold millionaire. In 1873, at the struggling upward into life, which will lard, Charley Barrington, S B Barnes, E any honest man or woman on trial and it not
,, indelible and always shows more and age of 77, Mr. Lick conceived the idea,of soonest be covered with weeds.-Once a B Ftidum, James Wilson, Stephen Dor- satisfactory I will pay freight both ways. $2&cash
; more strongly in proportion us the typeis erecting an observatory and placing Week. sey, Daniel C Gilley, Edward Horton, $ a and month$10 a on month an Organ on a Piano till paid and for$10-not cash much andS
further removed from the African ele- therein the finest, as well as the largest, Henry( Mathis, W II Morgan, Charles more than ordinary rent. On these very liberal
ment. It is the Carib blood, blended telescope in the world. For this purpose Delicacies for the Sick. O'Connor, Mack Richardson,J Roberts terms anyone can own a instrument. Send for
FREE CATALOGUE containing Information.
with blood of Europeans and of blacks, he donated $700,000. After yearsof The customs division of the United Walter Speed, J B Williams, Simon Sheet Music String,Violins. Banjos, Guitars, Accordeous -
which in spite of all subsequent crossIngs preliminary work and detail tho termsof States treasury have compiled a list of Walton. and in fact, every Musical Instrumentthat
and in of the fact that it has is made,and at very low prices. Send for complete .
, the gift have been completed and Chinese medicines that have recently EAU GALLIE. Catalogues. I have 20.000 pieces of Choice
.j not been renewed for more than two Santa Clara county, CaL, is tho locationof been imported to this country. The list Precinct No. 5-H L Green, Theodore Music at 10 cents per copy. 6,000> books of Choice
., hundred years, still conserves, as re- the finest instrument ever made. Thogreat embraces such simple! remedies as tigers' Piazza James II Owens John A Chan- Music at 10 cents per copy. 5,000 Books of Choice
E- V oval and Instrumental Music at 60 cents and 24
markedly at the time of the first inter- telescope is seventy-five feet long bones ground blood, bears gall, asses' -
cey,Jackson Jackson, Alex Hatley, Anthony cents. Any pioce of sbeet music published, at 26
blending, the race characteristic that invariably and has a thirty-six inch refractor. Asa glue tree bugs elephants' gall, fossil Emmanuel,Geo W ChanceyJohn to50percent below publishers prices. Books of 3
: reveals its in the bloodof pieces each, sheet music size 10 cents. Send for
.! presence fitting climax to this magnificent be- crabs, fossil teeth fowls' gizzards, "in- McMillan. William Matherson, W E Ro- Catalogue.A. .
every being through whose veins it quest, it may be stated that the body of sects of nine smells," Job s tears, cow Andrew Williams W Zair.
gers B. Jacksonville Fla.
f] flows." James Lick w deposited in the pier upon hair, glass, rhinoceros' horns, cows'knee Campbell, ,
:. All this population is vigorous, graceful which the iron framework of the great puff balls dragons' teeth, straw, MALABAR. (Mention this paper.l 60-lyr.
t1 healthy; all you see passing by are telescope stands. Although known to hedge hog skins, dried silk worms, snake Precinct No. 6-Calvin Larkin, W
.' well made; there are no sickly faces, no the world as a cold, self contained and skins, crabs' eyes, horse tails and centi- Delamater, Fritz L Dedent, Robert V Notice of Election.To .

. scrawny limbs. If by somo rare chance exceedingly erratic man Mr. Lick has pedes.-Philadelphia Times. Turner, W A Young. the Sheriff of Brevard County, Florida.
you encounter a person who has lost an left a monument of his broad liberality BARKER'S BLUFF.

,:' arm or a leg, you can be almost certain which is not exceeded by anything on the Military Balloons In Use. Precinct No. 7-G B Miller, Peter Hill, KNOW ye that,John L.CRAWFORD,
you are looking at a victim of the fer de face of the earth.-Detroit Free Press. The actual practice of military bal- Edward Scott, Henry GBoswell, Edward Secretary of State of the state of Florida,
notice that
do hereby give a
lance-the serpent whose venom putrefies looning is now being carried on by Russell, Thomas Sanders, Thomas Shel-
living tissue. Without fear of exagger- Diphtheria from Pet Cats. Italian forces in the Soudan to a consid- tpn. GENERAL ELECTION
ating facts, I can venture to that the erable extent and this of obtaining
say In a recent issue of The London Sani- question will be held in Brevard State of
muscular development of the workingmen tary Record I read a startling account of tho gas for the balloons has Florida next the
here is something which must be the manner in which a pet cat caused not a little trouble. Tho hydrogen Precinct No.: 8-August Wettendorf, on Tuesday succeeding
seen in order to be believed; to study fine tionably communicated diphtheria unques-from required has been manufactured at Wm Myers, Charles F Gage, Charles A first Monday in November, A. D. 1888.

displays of it, one should watch the blacks] one family to another with sad and fatal Naples and taken to the seat of war iiv Stockel. the said Tuesday being the

and half-breeds working naked to the results. A little boy was taken ill with steel tubes each of which is about ."> 0-8 EDEN. SIXTH DAY OF NOVEMBER,

waist-on the landings in the gas houses what ultimately turned out to be fatal inches in diameter by 4 feet 7 1-tI inches Precinct No. 9-Charles 11 Smith, Homer For Four Electors of President and Vice
and slaughter houses, or on the diphtheria. On the first day of the sick- I long, tho walls being about 5 !iiudl( Allen. President of the United States.

nearest plantations. They are not ness, when the little fellow was taken thick. The hydrogen is produced hyaction FORT DRUM. For one Representative for tne second

large men perhaps not extraordi- with nausea, the cat licked the vomit on on iron turnings with dilute sulphuric Precinct No. 10-C II Albritton AllanR Congressional District of Florida, in the
narily powerful; but they have the the floor. In a few days, the little boy acid, and is pumped into these tubesat Padgett. I fifty-first Congress of the United States
aspect of sculptural or even of anatomical having died, the cat was noticed to be a pressure of 1,919 pounds per square For a Governor of the State of Florida.
modols; they seem absolutely ill, and her suffering being so severe, andso inch. Forty of the tubes are needed in NARROWS. i For a Secretary of State for the State of
devoid of adipose tissue; their muscles similar to those of the dead boy, the inflating a single balloon.-New Orleans Precinct No. 11-A Lamareaux. Florida. .
stand out with a saliency that astonishes owner had the animal killed. During its Picayune. GEORGIANA. I For an Attorney-General of the State of

the eye. It is marvelous. At a tanning illness the cat had been let out into the Precinct-No. 12TbomasIann R F Flcrida.
yard, while I watching a dozen Rock Crystal Watches.A For of the State of Florida.
was barnyard of nights, as usual A few a Comptroller
Hall S J Frost Edwin Nelson Frank
blacks at work, a young mulatto, with days later the cat of a neighbor, also let new and peculiar class of timepieces Allen, Thomas Jackson., 'For a Treasurer of the State of Florida.
the mischievous face of a faun, walkedby out at night, was noticed to be ill. The Ivis lately been brought out which illustrates For a Superintendent of Public'' Instruction -
wearing nothing but a clout about second animal, which, however, recovered the steady progress that is being MERRITT'S ISLAND. of the State of Florida.
his loins; and never, not even in bronze, was the pet and playmate of four made in the arts of skill and precision.This Precinct No. 13-Xone. For a Commissioner of Agriculture of

did I sec so beautiful a play of muscles.A little girls, who grieved at its illness, is a watch of ordinary zl, of which CANAVERAL.Precinct the State of Florida.
demonstrator of anatomy could have oi the case and plates are made of Brazilian For three Justices of the Supreme Courtof
nursed it with great care. All four
No. 14 William H Johnson.
used him for a class model; a sculptor, the little girls were Seized with diphtheriaand pebble or rock crystal, thus renderingthe the State of Florida.
wishing to shape a fine Mercury in bronze, died, and their mother is satisfied watch transparent and exposing to II\ULOVER. For a Senator for the 13th Senatorial

would be satisfied to take a cast of sucha that they got it from the cat. It is easy plain view the wheels and all other partsof Precinct No. 15-None. district. member of House of
the interior mechanism.ScientificAmerican. For one Represen-
body, without thinking of making:; one to imagine how a cat can catch diphtheriaor OTTER CREEK.
modification from neck to heel.-Lafaca- other infectious diseases, when it is Precinct No. 16-None. tatives.For a County Judge. S

4io Hearn in Harper's Magazine. remembered how often milk or other unused England's Domestic Service. MELBOURNE. For a Clerk of the Circuit Court.

food from the sick room is given to About a S8t'cnth-15. per cent-o Precinct No. 17-W L Kiefer, G B For a Sheriff. '
the cat or by some people thrown into the of is For a Tax Assessor.
working population England Miller Heywood Denard T McCoy E
A Youn Doctor'sf Shrewdnet lle .
? the back yard for the cats of the neigh- engaged in domestic service. In Amer- D For a Tax Collector.
A physician relates that, being{ borhood.-Dr. Frank J. Lutz in Globe- .
young For Treasurer.For
.' ica only C per cent. of the same population After striking the above named a County
called to attend a patient who, hknew < Democrat. persons of Public
# upon a County Superintendent
t and earn their livingin this way. At from the registration list, the BOard '
would expect to see an elderly instruction.
least ten families are competing for one then made the order to-wit
of following :
dignified instead of ft A Point Honor. .
gentleman person For Surveyor.For
domestic in the United States where County
of almost boyish appearance, he took] In Burnish people of superior rank only On motion it is ordered that 16th day; a Justice of the peace in and for
,. with him an assistant, having given him must not dishonor themselves by passing four are bidding Once against Week. each other in of October be set for purpose of hearing; each Justice District in said County.
instructions always to address him as underneath persons of inferior rank; England.- a complaints from those whose names are For a Constable in and fur each J us reDistrict .
"Doctor* and to act toward him in the thus a nobleman must not pass througha striken from the registration list. in said County.
Names for
most deferential This plan to win passage when a servant is occupied in Triplets. 22 A. A. STEWART, Clerk. The attention of the Sheriffs is called to
._ way.
This the latest credited to W. S. Gil-
..'. his patient's trust and respect succeeded a chamber above. In Indoo-China this the law requiring them to cause a noticeof
bert. A friend in his NOTICE.All .
was bewailing com- said election to be published in a newspaper -
faduiirably: and was the means of increasing opinion is most extensively held. If it
pany that his wife had just presented him having claims against the if there be
: his field of practice.-New York were not so strongly prevalent two persons printed in the County, a pa-
:: CI- storied houses would be far more com- with triplets all girls. "What am I to estate of Edward Gibson late of Bre- per in the County,and if there be no paper
UWLj mon. When a case is biting heard on ah do with them" asked the poor man. "I vard county, Florida deceased, are here- published in the County, they shall, causeat
A Physician's Warning. floor and a woman has to be examined don't even know what to name them." by required to present them properly least five copies of thIS notice to be post-
f upper "Oh said Mr. Gilbert "call the firs authenticated within the time in
ed in the most public places County.
ii should whole will to
; A thinks that law the court adjourn
physician a Kate, the second Duplicate and the third cribed by law, to the Hon. Minor S. IN TESTIMONY whereof I have
f be made to prohibit the'useof galvanized the room below rather than bring a female Triplicate."-Tho Argonaut. Jones, County Judge of said county, or hereunto set my hand and affixed
iron lemon squeezers. He says that above the heads of persons who to the undersigned this notice will
or [ L. s. ] the great seal .of the State of Florida -
Ii" rery time a lemon is squeezed in one of may chance to be on the ground floor. stand in bar of payment; and also per- at Tallahassee, the capital,
A Moueit Observation
these machines the acid of the lemon, Buddhist priest-as superior In rankto sona owing said estate are requested to this, the twentieth day of Aug.
b, coming in contact with the zinc, dis- a Jayman..even on a friendly visit A JDaSSClL"evI' has jimcticejl>> her make immediate settlement with the A. D. 1888.
solves the same and forma a poisonous will decline to enter a two storied build profession largely among faunlies owealth undersigned,
f. Ialt. Zino Is a metal which is easily attacked ing. The populous capital of,Siam is Intersected makes the statement that in many WILLIAM" GIBSON. JOHN 1. CRAWFORD.of State.
R" by the weakest acids and no bynumerous canals which are years she has administered massage to Administrator of Edward Gibson, de Secretary
article of food or 'drink should ever be crossed .by many ''bridges; but these only one woman whose ribs haul not been ceased. JAS. E. BOWMAN Sheriff Brevard

wed to come in contact with it- bridges are so constructed; ,that the road displaced by corset wearing.New York<< This 27th day of September, 1888". County. *,
American, ayajn the centexcanj removed. If World. : ' 24. ... ,. 'laIlalW3tt. 'lIes: :Atilt: 201888... _
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THE FLORIDA STAR. an emphatic approval of them. phosphorous. This phosphorous held A Bear Hunt. I i Mikado. r.:

President Cleveland has made his own in the damp atmosphere of low places, is A party composed of the leading citizens A local adaptation as sung with gmt tf

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. issue so clearly that it can't be misun- thrown off and disseminated the air. of Turnbull started on a short vacationof I feet by a party of excursionists from Tit ': I

derstood. He demands the repeal of all The humidity of the air in low places, a few days, to Castle Windsor on the 6th vllle,looo.near Rockledge shortly after .,'-rT.
'ELLIS B. WAGER Editor and MMer. Hillsborough River their object being ,
-- protection to monopoly trusts and combines or at night and in the early morning,
: bear killing and fish catching. The AFTER SULUVAX, (SOTJOHSUll 1
$1. O per Annum. ; the repeal of all taxes on the raw preserves it from combustion, just as it fish were too strong for the net the party SCENE I.

materials needed by our mills and labor; may be preserved in a bottle of water.It had and save a few crabs the fishers Now one day it did "I
Entered at the Post Office at Titutvillea home victims II
the reduction of all needless taxes on is held in the globules of vapor in the caught nothing, but the bear suffered. I must be found, ')
Second-Clots Matter. Early on the morning of the first day the So they made a little lit,
the necessaries of life, and the full protection air. I they made a Iii- ;
dogs started three bear and Mr. Henry tie list
THE STAR is the OFFICIAL newspaperfor of the wages of labor in all our This presence and preservation of phosphorous Collier who had taken a stand armed Of anxious office seekers, who were better I''f)

Brevard county. competitive industries. in the damp air at nights and at with a short gun, Winchester rifle, bowie I under-ground,

The Star has the Largest circulationof This vital issue is now transferred from early morning, may account for the fact knife, pistol, and a stout club, heard the I Who never would be missed, who never

any paper on the East coast of Fla.DOESy'T he forum of national legislation to the that the epidemic rages fiercest at those bear coming straight for him throughthe !i would ]>e mU:etl. t
scrub, he decided to use his shot gun There was a Rockleilge doctor, who SCM.l 1
supreme tribunal of the people, and as times." first, and as the bear raised herself to to win renown, I

any reasonable, thinking man they shall render their judgment war "How is this phosphoric poison introduced look at Henry's smiling face he shot at I And those people who will never tire, of 1

know that with the improved machinery taxes will survive or perish. Let the or taken into the system, doctor?" the bear's nose, but Bruin was too quick, rnnning down onr town.
which the manufacturers of this country and just as Henry shot, the bear turneda All those who wanted office, anti wanted it }
people honestly consider, calmly decide "It is taken into the stomach by swal- so bad,
have with the skillful labor of American double back summersault and Henry
them that do and vote their convictions regardless of lowing it. I don't think it is inhaled, as shot its tail off, poor Bruin, with the loss And when they rould'nt get it, went borne Iso
hands to help we 1
party. They pay the taxes; they do thevoting the oxygen in the lungs would cause of his tail did not know which way to awful mad.
not need an ad valorem duty of from 35 The pilot who to I>e a clerk, the longing
; they will decide for themselves.A combustion. After this phosphoric poison turn, but before Henry could use. his can't resist,
to 75 cent on imported goods with a club went tree where he killed
per up a was
iltaken into the stomach it develop They never will be mis-M-d
may they never will
in the Mr. M. and Mr. E. Carter.
surplus of over $100,000,000 trea- TARIFF REDUCTION ARGUMENT. by Thompson be misled.
in a few hours or not before four or
who wishes the skin
Any one to see can
the the list
sury of government They've got 'em on they've gnu 'em
five day find it exhibition Mr. Collier's but
on at
We printed a statement made sometime on the list, i
"Doctor how do establish the fact they must not expect to see the tail as And of 'em be missed
you they'll
It must be said to the credit of the ago by one of the principal woolen none they'll
that is forever. One of the cubs
gone none of 'em lie niiied.SCEXE .
that and fever
phosphoric poisoning yellow -
nominee of the Republican party for manufacturers in this part of the coun- was killed later by Mr. Watson, and the t
in his letter of are the same ? other left until it should become fat. II. t
County Clerk, accep- try. He owns eleven mills, only one of was

tance, which we publish this week, he is : which is running on full time. The ten "The most skillful pathologist in the The party expect to kill more before The Have flowers nothing that to do bloom with in their the spring case, tra-Ia J c

wily\ enough not to set up and attach are not only idle, but for sale. They cane United States, if he compared a case of leaving them later., and your readers may hear from For they mournfully igh, antI they sing. !

himself to any of the National or State > bought at almost any figure that maybe phosphoric poisoning with a case of yellow BRUIN tra-ln, 1
fever, would declare that the pathology I 1As I the news from the precincts we brine., I II
His letter of
dogmas of his party literally. offered. He told a Herald reporter tra-la, :.

acceptance brief and modest,but it can't that he would tell them for the cost of -the symptoms-of the two cases A Pioneer Worker.To I I We've been left, oh l-O bad in tile race

secure him the necessary votes for his he machinery, and throw in the buildings were identically the same. The stagesof the Editor the Star And that's what they mean a* they sigh I
of :
election There is and land. No phosphorous poisoning correspond exactly and they sing,
next the them
Tuesday.. no mag- one wants ;
Oh bother the flowers that hWm in
MR. EDITOR-I wish to a word in
with of Thereis
ic wand in it for even some of his own there is no profit in the business.He stages yellow fever. behalf of of Indian say River spring.Tralalalala.
one our young
the black vomit in each the cells of
party. was asked what would happen if men. The pioneer artesian well-sinker

the duties were taken oft of raw wools. the liver are in each case filled with oily of Indian River, Mr. Albert Magruder, They mournfully sigh and they sang,

THE official statement concerning the globules ; and in each case there is also is now sinking a well for Mr. Lewis Tra-la-la-la-la, tra-la-la-la-la,
The reply was that in such case his mills The flowers that bloom in the sprinc.
revenues and expenditures of the Treasury albuminuria, accompanied by suppres- Powe averaging from 2 to 9 feet per day
would not be for sale he would have
; rock of it hard flint LAST SCENE
Department has been made,and from sion of the urine." through some as as ,
use for them himself. Give him raw and 30 to 70 feet through shell, quicksand On the bank of our river,the candidate sat,
this it appears that the net surplus reve material free and he would start everyone "When did this theory first occur to and a stiff, tenacious clay. He is Singing, willow, tit-willow, tit-willow.

hues for the current year, will be one hun of those mills-that means employmentto you doctor?" now down 190 feet, with a flow of 60,000 And I said to him, candidate what art

dred and four million dollars.To this sum "Only about three or four weeks ago, I gallons of water per day, having passed you at?
hundreds of hands. He could produce through three stratas of rock-now in Singing, willow, tit-willow, titwillow.Is .
must add the remaining ninety-four had different theories founded sim-
upon a it weakness of brain? fellow I said
carpets for the American market at a the fourth-and purposes to go down fora : poor>> ,
millions, which remains over from'pre- lower price than they cost nowthatmeans ilar bassis ; but I did not% arrive at my flow of 100,000 gallons of water per Or just the old sore that you have in your

vious years. This shows the distinctive present theory until a few weeks ago." day-enough to water the whole ten acre head.
sales boom in the busi-
larger a He moaned he wiped his tearful
difference between the. Mills Bill, or "Do you think you can produce a case grove in one day. He commenced a per- eyes I
ness-and he could take his product to and red, |
fect novice in the business
Democratic policy, and the Repqblican of yellow fever at any place and at any sinking a Oh! willow tit-willow, tit-willow.
London and undersell in
Enghishmen well in his father's grove (which is said
Senate bill. The Democratic bill KoKo.TlTUaVILLE .
reduces time?
their own market.So by many to be the finest grove in the
taxes on the manufactures, cloth the fear of this nobleman who talked "I do, most certainly ; and if the disease State), and at 155 feet in depth obtaineda Oct. SUt, 1S 8.

ing, food and shelter of the people. The uay be produced at will it can, be flow of water through the pipe 26J feet Dear Mr. Wager:
with Mr. is well founded. He
Republican bill actually raises the taxes I Depew readily cured." above ground, 40 feet above the river, I enclose my name not necessarily for
does right, from the British point of viewto strongly impregnated with white sulphurand publication, but as an evidence of good
and in all the schedules
on clothing save hope that Cleveland will be defeated, sulphate of magnesia, the most valu- lith. Challenges by mail will receive a*

four. It keeps the handicap of taxed and he also does right to throw whatever Melbourne Beach Improve able properties for the health of man prompt attention as those delivered i nper-

raw materials! on manufactures, but cuts ments. and the riddance of disease, and scale in- son. Parties from a distance desiring to be
influence he may have, perhaps a fat reasonable
sects from trees. accommodated must deposit a
24 from the Melbourne Beachare orange
per cent. duty on imported The improvements at
contribution of British gold in favor of obstacles He sunk a well for Senator G. S. Har- I sum for traveling expend, not necessarily
tobacco, a luxury of the rich. Which Mr. Harrison. The business element in progressing have been finely.encountered.Unexpected It was- dee 162 feet, which flows 82,000 gallons to be used for that purpose, but as I said before -
does the people prefer? as an evidence of good faith. TheM
a day. $200 for a well the Senator
love Cleveland for that the shore end the ;
England wastes no on expected near rules will be strictly observed while the
would not take $5,000 for it without the
Cleveland's policy is to destroy this bar- shell bottom would be hard to penetrate, regulations in forre.
present quarantine are
of another. Indeed he thinksit
NEXT Tuesday the Democratic votersof privilege ,
but instead rock encountered and
was A liberal reduction will be given to clatw,
ier trade-built the
by Republican will him thousands dollars
of the
Brevard are to cast their ballots for has been struck at depths varying from pay formed during the campaign. Yours ia
their county and State officers as well as party-take down the bars and let Amer- three to six feet, about all the way out. first year in improvement of grove and confidence, ;' .

ticket. It is ican thrift, enterprise and inventive genius Over six hundred feet from shore the increase of crop by irrigation ; and whata K. K.
the National well known
pleasure to have a full supply of water i
loose in the markets of the world. rock has had to be drilled for each pile,
that many in our county will vote the and rock in five six for house, bath-house, stock yard, and for I
drilling coquina or
. Democratic State and County ticket who Blaine with his high tariff, is the Eng- feet depth of water, is no particular fountain playing around.He XOTICE.

l will vote for the Republican national lish ideal of political excellence just amusement,still it had to be done. The then repaired to Capt. R. C. May's I am prepared with full set of took

this now. If he can be made President piles are all in place, a large part of the fine grove, to the very highest point in i for sinking artesian wells. With my
1 ticket. Is not a sufficient guarantee it, about 30 feet above river, and sunk a I wells 155 to
I -with Harrison as his: chief clerk, to sawing off done, and the piles are being small set, have sunk four
to any hesitating voter that the Demo- "gained," to receive the cross-ties. and 2-inch pipe 130 feet to a solid hard rock. I 200 feet deep, obtaining flow of from

cratic rule in this county has been a fair sign his public documentsEnglishmenwill heavy floor timbers. The timbers and He drilled down 9 feet and drove pipe I 80,000, to 86,000 gallons per day, from

and prosperous one ? We know that feel that for four years at least theycan planking will be down this week, and down. Introducing" his drill-rods he two inch pipes. Have also a large set,

control their own market. But there is no doubt the wharf will be competed found it was "no go. In attempting to for sinking six to ten inch pipes, if wan-
of the hitherto
some Democrats are now extract pipe he rigged blocks and tackle business
with Cleveland and his free raw materials considerably within the specifiedtime. ted. Having ventured in the ,
I wavering a little, hardly knowing how The contractor, Mr. Hector, and and heavy levers, breaking the largest purchased tools, and successfully obtained -
: to vote exactly, and we would say to and his lower taxes, and his ambition sub-contractor, LaRoche Bros., deserve i rope and log chains to be obtained, without full flowing wells, I ask the patronageand

them vote your ticket straight without a to make a chance for Americans in great credit, for the energy with which i budging it. He immediately ordered influence of citizens and fnends who

every market in the world, the Englishman this enterprise has been pushed. Some from the tool factory a pipe puller, appreciate my efforts and who want
scratch. If have objection -
you any personal and within 3 feet of the first he
has no sympathy.Still other exterior improvements in other localities -I commenced wells. Respectfully,
to a candidate you should not let are contemplated we hear, but I again, getting down 182 feet, ALBERT S. MAGRCDER,
your objection injure your ticket by the Democrats are not runningthis have not been "officially notified." As procuring a flow of water of 26,000 gals Rock Ledge.
campaign either in the interest of a day; and drilling through hard rock
scratching, for this counts a vote for the soon as we are, you will certainly hear
Englishmen or any other foreigners.We from he unfortunately lost the drill, which : GREEN AND DRIED FRUITS
opposite side.Ve have no fears for the I
I precluded further work till it
U. D'ONOHU. any was
leave that kind of work to the Re-
" County ticket, but it will be so close on removed. Not at all daunted he ordered Foreign nticl Domestic.

some of the nominations that every publicans.And Eau Gallic Item from factory a male- rat, a female-grat,
in November the people will decide and an iron-eater. While awaiting their
Democratic be without
vote must cast
t I between the Republican policy of Mrs.: Wilson returned to Courtney on arrival from Aurora, 111., he took his user Bro Comp'yAgents
any eXI use of a trivial nature for failingto Saturday lan, alter a few (uays visit to men and went to work building the ,

do so. The State will go, also, Democratic "protection for Englis-huien" or the Democratic -\ Mrs. J. 6. Walton.Mr. steamboat landing at Rockledge Home,

it is estimated by a handsome icans." policy of "protection for Amer- A. R. Hodgson killed a large rat- from which shore point there is a road openedon mock for Bishop Land ,Florida Holt &Oranges Co'a ,Ihz-

majority. We only regret that all the tlesnake on Friday last, from which he river across the property. Citra, Florida.
Upon arrival of tools he soon removedthe
. Democratic ballots will not be headed A NEW FEVER 711EOR r: narrowly escaped being bitten. drill and sunk well 200 feet deep,

i i.: with Cleveland and Thurman electors.. THAT phosphorous poisoning symptoms Mrs. Houston. Sen., will have the larg- procuring a flow of 86,000 gallons a day.

A party whose platform and politi- and those of yellow fever are simi- est crop of oranges in Eau Gallie this He then turned to that apparent immovable COMMISSION MERCHANDISE.Special .
season. Several of the younger grovesare pipe with coupling under
cal measures discriminate against Floridaso lar in a great degree, has led to some jammed
t quite well loaded with fruit also. hard rock 137 feet below, and soon had
much as that of the Republican party hopeful views that a proper treatmentfor it
The Eau Gallic Sabbath School out, finding that the steel shoe had
i does, should not receive the ballots oft the disease will speedily be found ed on Sunday last, with twenty-five open-at- burst out on one side, and the other side Attention Gwen Florida Fruits.

those who have the prosperity of our Dr. Knott, of Atlanta, Ga., returned tendants. The Rev. Mr. Price is Super- bent in so as to stop the drill.

State at heart. from Washington last Thursday where intendent, with John H. Mellor as assist- Now with his experience and all neces- 28 X. Delaware Ave., and 29 Water St.
sary tools at hand he is prepared to fill
ant. All are invited.
; Surgeon General Hamilton interviewed Pa.
: all orders with which he may be favored. Philadelphia,
IN speaking of the leading issue of the him about his discovery of the nature The remains of the man who was He sinks 2 and 3 inch pipes with Produce

day and on the tariff bill recently fram- and cause of yellow fever, and Surgeon drowned off this place two weeks since, his small set of tools, but has a large set References-.:.:Seventh Xat'l. Bank;
Mercantile Agtnoo
ed by the Senate before its adjournment Hamilton seems to entertain hopeful were found, and buried on the east which sunk a 5 inch pipe 700 feet in Nat'l. Bank; in Philadelpa-
Produce House
shore, preparatory to the removal to their Louisville, Ky. Can sink: with those an or any
the Philadelphia Times very aptly re- views of Dr. Knott's theory. In a recent final resting place, further down the riv- 8 or 10 inch pipe if required. Our Trop -----

marks: interview Dr. Knott relates his discovery er. ic and Brantley vegetable
growers say,
: The increase of the tax on woolens, as follows: The steamer "Kathleen" carried quitea give them plenty of water and they can Oak Laws House,

j which are now taxed over 60 per cent., "In 1878 I was in Chattanooga duringthe number of people from Tropic to Melbourne I I net $300 to $400 per acre. Employ Al-
p and which are summoned by every man, yellow fever epidemic and nursed or and return on Saturday last. I bert Magruder and he will give you the

1. woman and child in the land, and the re- examined nearly 200 cases During the expected Mr. and to Mrs.arrive William from Chicago Treutler duringthe are I water. ROCKLEDGE OBSERVER. Lake Worth, Dade County, Fla-

fusal to follow the earnest advice of )Ir. prevalence of the plague I observed a present week.

Blaine, when in Congress, to make sal white fog-not a blue mist as erroneously J. PRITCIIARD,President.VT.. New House and Newly Furnished.. .
Several of the sailing crafts, of Eau il. BROWN,Cashier. Rooms single or in Suit*
and lumber free, prove that the majorityparty reported-which hung close to th* earth Gallic, have been recently painted and

; of the Senate is openly and squarely This mist shroud was the yellow fever. fitted up anew. Among which are the INDIAN RIVER BANK INLET.

j committed against tax reduction on Wherever this fog rests there is phos- "Rosie H.," the "Nettle," the "MattieB. NEAR THE

the necessaries of business and of life. phorous, and phosphoric poisoning is .," and the "Sharpie Belle." Capt. :\1.1 Titusville
McFadden has been kept very busy re- -
The issue thus goes to the people of possible. cently. The sloop Keelpie, the cat-boat i GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS .
the country with the lines so clearly; Phosphoric poisoning and yellow feverare "Flirt," and the schooner "Queen," being Best View of Lake and Ocean

I drawn that none can misunderstand one and the same. on the ways at present, and more
I their : Exchange bought and sold. Special and
them. Continued war taxes on the raw Three things are necessary for the existence prom attention given to collections. Loans w&

1 materials which our mills and labor of this phosphorous: Messrs. J. O. and Chas. H. Walton Banks, ted Corporations on first and mortgage Individuals.for Savings And best Hunting and Fishing F

need, and which are given free in every 1. Low temperature at night and in have just purchased, from Messrs. Rob- eat allowed on time deposits. Inter. on Lake \V ortb.
bins and Graham Titusville that excel-I Advances
upon available collateral.
other protection country of the world the morning. lent site situate close monster
building to the I Approved business paper discounted. Fine Lawn shaded by galS
and continued war taxes on clothing, 2. Humidity of the atmosphere. steamboat landing and near the mouthof Drafts on all parts of Europe. and Tropical Growth,

lumber, salt, cordage, etc., which enter 3. Deficiency of oxygen in the atmos- the Eau Gallie' river, for the sum of Business done at Jacksonville rates. 1 Wild and Cultivate

into the daily consumption of'the people phere. $800.00. It has a deep water frontage on Every favor,consistent with sound
Indian river, and its bank is composedof banking, cheerfully extended. will com .gsbI-
Are presented as the policy of Gen. The deficiency of oxygen in the atmos- coquina rock. CORRESPO of Jacksonville Try us once and you

oral Harrison, and his election would be phere prevents the combustion of the i TRUTH. Jaekso Bank,\ew TWe York., Fla.;The Seaboard NatIonai 23 ALLEN E. HEYSEB, P1'Opri.tor.


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suggestion. L. C. OLIVER. F. T. BUDGE.

I*ould that it say would to the be Prohibition well to think-Dema twice OLIVER &, BUDGE '

erats they cast their votes for represen- RUMPE'SMILLINERY. ,
before for Dr. .
vote cast Hugh-
Utire, for ever so much nearer rep- Dealers in
'wt daces
I Brevard. Mr. Liner's chancesAttach

better than Dr. Hughlett's for
execrcould Pray tell us what sirs Id- GEORGIA PINE LUMBER
accomplish in the way of legisJSon ,

t His not being in sympathy
R Jrith the majority, would insure most of SHINGLES AND LATHS.

the good things promised in his letter

vine sat down upon. In this way he

t JronW< handicap )lr. Hardee, while Mr. General Hardware
Vorwood could help the Senator. The' ,

Utter stands on the same platform as AND

l.!'#1 honor iv.Hoghlett but has, and held is, and not is only holding a man now of, Sash Doors and Blinds ; Stoves Tinware and Crockery.Refrigerators .

:,'1 honorable positions. I say, again, ,
send Republican from Brevard ,


,j Tropic, Oct. 29th, 1888.
Water Coolers, Ice Cream. Freezers,

Jury Pay.
Increased Screen Wire Screen Windows Screen-Wire Doors.
;1 Editor Florida Star: I ,

' Grand of last term of court
The Jury ,
considering the matter of compensation POWDER AT NEW YORK PRICES.

''f. of jurors, passed a resolution calling on TITUSVILLE FLA. II I

prospective representatives in the D
legislature to use their best effortsto I
Te such laws passed. as will increase
, the per diem of grand and petit jurors TITUSVILLE
from$1.25 to $2.00 per day. I send you Egyptian Queen Pine Slips.
; the following letter from Hon. G. S.
\ Hardee, which meets with the hearty
approval of Mr. V.'. S. Norwood. FURNITURE STORE.! Bone Meal, Tobacco Stems, Cotton-seed Meal, Cow Peas & Fertilizers.

Yours respectfully, have just received my STOCK of CATALOGUE MAILED FREE. TERMS-CASH.
t MILLINERY GOODS; this embracesthe i JOHN B. BEACH, Indian Hirer Nurseries East Melbourne, Fla.

if/,.. Robert Hanson, Cape Canaveral : LATEST STYLES and SHADESof I'

DEAR SIR-Your favor of the 20th A. Frosolier j
'inst.with resolutions of the Grand Jury

'-1 received. I assure you the same meets PROPRIETOR.
with my hearty approval.If LADIES'FELT 1
elected it will be one of my greatest ---

pleasures, to help to effect the necessary I The requires of a good Wind Engine
amendments to carry out the object of I
jour resolution.I & STRAW HATS ; are POWER, LIGHT \ RUNNING, SELF-
have always held, that it was a great ,

injustice (to say the least) to compel a I Bed Room Suites I GOVERNING I STRENGTH TO WITH-'.
citizen to perform service for State and 1
with not suffi- ,
cient to pay respectable board. The increase Beds Mattresses
you ask for is modest. I really I CITY.

. think jurors ought to be allowed $2.50 I II

.. per day. I remain, yours truly' I Springs Numbers of tes- .2 timonials can be

shown to the 7Kirkwooo'VindEn
-- prove -
I And everything in the FURNITURE I
Dade's Assessed Valuation. MISS SWAIN, a lady of experiencein
line. Call and see the New Stock gine posseses all these.
Editor of tiLe Florida Star: Dressmaking and in Trimming Hats T
just received.
will be in of this Department to I
As quite a number of citizens in Bre- charge .

vard own real estate in Dade, and think. Design, or trim to order all Hats pur- Keeps full supply of metallic and wooden i

; Ing probably! the public generally might chased, if desired. She will also Design THE KIRKWOOD WIND ENGINEIs
the of and Caskets. '
interested in knowing progress and MAKE TO ORDER DRESSES Coffins, Cases
our County. We send you A statementof the Most Reliable, Durable, Lightest-running and Powerful Wind Engine in-
the assessed valuation lands in 1867, when the materials are purchased from Funerals attended if desired. All or- vented. Coupled with its symmetrical design and handsome appearance makes it

the first assessment after the late war, stock. It is not my intention to establish ders promptly executed, and at rea ona- most desirable and economical for the purchaser.
and the increased value thereof for 1888: rates: Embalming done. 22
Dressmaking Department to
Total valuation of lands for 1867
business for the in Dressmaking,
"' t15M5.00-State tax, $77.77-County profits I ran Day make profit S5.OO Belling per our Mill can be seen in operation at my place at Eden. Write for Illustrated Cata
tax,$38.87. Total valuation of land for but only to assist or promote my wiles in AGENTS ALBUMS. We beat the logue,free. Address,
'.., 1888, $3-t3.001.00-State tax, 1372.00 Dress Goods. Goods" bought elsewherewill prices. .
F County tax, $3,087.00-making an increase not be made up. x 10>f, Embowed padded sides, icoid edicts,exteii 23-3mo.
, I of the valuation of lands between Mon clasp holding Si pages of Cabinet and Card I
; pictures, sent for $100.retails for $tz5;bound also
;, said years of, $320,446.00 ; The increase 1 bought three thousand dollars worth in Japanese Morocco. Illustrated circulars FRKKof
of State tax $1,294.28 and County tax and inDry -the STYL.KS above and OFForsheeatMc.Ytalkin FINER-; I
,j L GUS
.u $3,046.20. The number of acres assessed I Cincinnati. Ohio. j I
.! for 1867,is 43,203,and for 1888,is 322,374. double their '
b mating an increase of 279,171 acres. AGEIITS our BRASS moneyBelling 'I
IN: You will observe by these figures that Finished

Dade County is gradually improving, Goods REFLECTING SAFETY rAM I -

t. and we hope in a few years more that theCounty Can be ROLL In every family. Gives' 'CAMPAIGN BADGESAXD
r. will be settled with population more Full iced light l than IAlusent three ordinary by Express lam for pa.
"- efficiently that she may stand side by thirty cent tie also have the best !
selling'ofree Pot in the U. .
tide with her sister Brevard in valuation. Send for illustrated circulars toFORSHEE I
, FORT DALLAS. &McMAKIN.Cincinnatl;) I
.p And can show you, in a few days, a

"Shall we The go upP"Yes National. Craze. Most Grades Excellent of Prices.Assortment in Materialsand I' PORTER & POTTER,] -

i, we will go up." A large portion of these I had the

-- "No, we will not go up." good fortune to secure at Bankrupt Sale, Real Estate Dealers
"Why will we not upP
:' "Because the elevator boy is around the and secured some Bargains, which I propose BANDANA HANDKERCHIEFSFOR

r.:."- corner to get the result of the fifth inning, to divide with my Customers.I Lake Worth, Dade Co., Fla.
and be will not be back for of out
t-1 a quarter the is most of
cannot attempt to enumerate Lake Worth Florida the tropical part
kour.-Detroit Prea Press. the State. It lies parallel with the oceau beach, is
I varied lines I have to offer, but kindly If: miles long, of an average width of one mile, is :
" connected with the ocean by au inlet, and is nowhere SALE AT
Hopping at Conclusions. invite your inspection. My over three-quarters of a mile from the ocean.
(': "If you think my legs eccentric." The Dishing and busting cannot be excelled, pompano .
l.:: SaId the grasshopper to the bee. ,blue fish seatront, barracuta, eheephead and
"' ': "And my forehead queerly pointed I other fine fish being easily caught by trolling or
Where the brain box ought to be; I ? ifh a net Deer and wild turkey are plentiful in .
j That my mouth has feeble motions lakes the pine which woods lie west beyond of Lake the Worth.chain of beautiful fr
Whence dark mysteries do cmll: Stock roanut groves are in bearing aU along the shores of
I'; Please to know I once existed Grocery the lake and guavas. mangoes, sapadillos alligator
As a Pythagorean duds"Judge. pears sugar apples,Spanish limes. Jamaica apples
tamarinds, coffee, gcosberry trees maumee apples,
.,',; maumee sapotas, almonds, dates, figs, oranges
- Somewhat Unaccountable. limes,lemons,citron and all kinds of tropical truit. THE ONE PRICE CLOTHIER
t Passenger (on Pullman car nearing New and flowers are doing finely here. This i.. the most
t i [ )-Porter, what'the matter with this Will be arriving in a few days, and I eastern longitude part of of Jacksonville.Florida. being This 100 miles brings ea the.t of Gulf the

" Q1r.ater. it's warm! hope to interest you in prices and goods Stream nearer to the land bere than at any other
Porter-Warm, son! Dat's funny. I put a part of the roast, and thus insure the most even \.
count of ice in de filter, sah, Jess bef o'we lef offered.1)' temperature of any place in the United State A
ego,deed I did.-New York Sun. large acreage is put in garden truck every winter,
from 15,000 to 20.000 buthels of early tomatoes being
grown every year, which bring from $1.50 to
Short and Sucet. Seed Stock of 100 Bshls. Irish PotatoesI $5.00 per bushel. Good hotels stores and post-
offices are convenient. lots of all sizes and prices
Now the easide belle secured by the above firm, who have almost al oft Clyde'sNew York Charleston & Florida S. S. Line.
r And the ocean shore hummer be best land to Fell larties buying now will, in t
Are becoming engaged- abort time, more than double the purchase money ,
., For the summer. hope to have in soon. The uncer- Lots range from 5 to 10 acres,aU fronting on Lake OFFICES : 35 BROADWAY, SEW YORK. *
Detroit Free Press tainty of getting them safely through Worth. Prices from $30 to $300 an acre. Anyonr
wishing further information enclose stamp to the
quarantine has caused delays on first installment above firm :NEW YORK, AUG. 16, 1888.
An Accommodating Young Man.J .
J Her F.ather-I can't give her any dowry. I These will be Sold ExtremelyLow notice of Dissolution. FOR FEHXANDIXA, FLA., DIRECT.Steamers .
'*:fc *ery poor Mr. Browne. My little all for first-class Seed Stock. I will
The firm of Verbeke and Dickson
-\011&\Lr foot up to more than $' >,OOJ. have also Commercial Seed Stock at a this day dissolved by mutual consent. are appointed to sail from Pier 29, East River, :Xew York
$25,000 is enough us
!?. Dickson will continue the
w begin less price, Joseph .
on, Mr. Jsmyth.-Hartf' Bazar.
business, and is authorized solely to col- Every: "Wednesday: 3 p. m.

An Even Temper. lect all debts liabilities.and accounts' and will also' DELAWARE..............................................................Wednesday,Sept. 26thDIRECT
the evenest temper ever you saw," IffiDU CIIAS. '1'. VERBEKE,
lie said he FgttOM FERNBNDIN.A.: :
as saw me w luce"She -
got mad at old,
once seven years I Fla., Oct. 9th, 1SS8. 25
Aa she's stayed mad ever since."-'I'ine.In Ladies' French Kid Shoes former Bockletlge. FOR NEW YORK.

the Prophet Business. price, $5, reduced to $4.25. Xe" Partnership.The Steamers are appointed to sail every TUESDAY, as follow :

Jto (to a stranger to Din n-Will itgerDon't firm of Verbeke& Dickson having GULF STREAM.-Tuesday, Sept. 2oth) :
Straw Hats, 50 per cent. reduction on been dissolved, and the good-will and I

8 mow. (Exit.) former prices. business of the firm having been trans. The freight and passenger accommodations are unsurpassed. Every attention will IK?.
ferred to me, I have associated my given business entrusted to this line.
tnfiean-1ti'ho was that man! brother I). A. Dickson, with me as a Direct all shipments from New York Tia Clyde's Florida Line Pler29.East Elver.
tPno-\- the celebrated weather For farther information apply to -
of J. K.
under the firm name '
r" -Time. partner J. A. STEAD. Agent J. A. LESLlK.Agent.
Yours truly, Dickson & Bro., and the new firm will Fernandina.Fla. 88 W.Bay SU Jacksonville Fla.
Never Too Hot. continue the business at the old stand. THEO. G. EGER. Traffic Manager "WY. P. CLYDE A CO.. GEL AGTS.,

'nIougb men perspire and the sun's aflra. Grateful to our friends for their patronage 85 Broadway.F.N.M.Y.IRONMONGER J:, Jr.OeverslTraveingAgenlJactaonvtUe.7orida.\1.>.i
And the atmosphere aflame, hitherto, I respectfully solicit a
S.:* e*too hot, by a long:,loDi shot GEO. B. RUMPH. continuance of their custom. Since last season \plHTILATOBS; have lean constructed on the iron ,steamers. for the" :
*w the great American pme.of 25 J. 11. DICKSOS. better trauportatioa oj Ores and Vegetables- I' T t.:
Boston Courier. 25

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HINDOO. CRITICISM.An males of our own species grow for 'at which food does not satisfy. The GRATEFUL-COMFORTING. CARDS.

least sixteen years, but less than one- eyes are sunken the hands and
Educated East Indian Give His InpreMlon >
third reach the threefold -
even multipleof GL GPS
feet become cold and After L.A. ,
of the English. clammy.
that age, and hardly one in 800 the BREAKFAST.
An educated Hindoo, who is writing a normal sixfold.-Dr. Felix L. Oswald in awhile a cough sets in, at first dry, of the natural lawn
"By a thorough knowledge
series of his first impressions of Englandin The Forum. which the operations of and ATPHT-U AND (
but after a few months it is attended govern digestion nutrition BASIPIIElia
The Indian the .
Spectator, eulogizes and by a careful application of the fine properties
comfort of English homes, laments the Another View of It. with a greenish-colored expect- of well-selected Cocoa Mr. Epps has provided Rock Ledge, I
our breakfast tables with a deIIcatelyflavoredbeverage Florida.D. .
costliness of English fruits and declares If we could see ourselves as others see oration. The patient feels tired which may save ns many heavy doctors'
that John Bull has too many things to us, some of us would see ourselves a bills. It is by the judicious use of snch articles of L. GAULDENATTORNEYATLAW, I

attend to to look after cooking. "In great deal better than we really are. all the while, and sleep does not diet until that strong a constitution enough to may resist be every gradually tendency built up to .

fruits he excels everybody. In sweets I This thought is suggested by Boker in seem to afford any rest. After a dise a.e. Hundreds of subtle maladies are floating
he is not inferior to the Frenchman, and : "Francesca Da Rimini:" "This life is irritable around ns, ready to attack wherever there is a ,
time he becomes nervous, weak point. We may escape many a fatal shaft by
inferior to the Indians. Titusville .
always continual hide baseness -
one struggle to our keeping ourselves well fortified with pure blood Florida.
He continues: John Bull loves to be ex- from the world."Detroit Free and gloomy and has evil forebod- and a properly nourished frame."-CinJ Service
clusive. Every man for himself is his Press. Gasttte. Made simply with boiling water or milk. --
ings. There is a giddiness a sort JONES & WILLIAMS
Sold labelled ,
only in half-pound tins, by Grocers
motto. Let me alone is his ideal of soci- .
.ety. You might travel for hours in the Ea'lng Douse in Deri In. I of whirling sensation in the head London thus: JAMES, England.EPPS.CO. Homocputhic Chemists.24

of train without I visited an eating house in Berlin \ttornCI6-nt-La!
same compartment a exchanging when rising suddenly. The
which for primitiveness is rather aheadof up
half dozen words with
companions. I a should not be surprisedif your anything else I have seen in the world. bowels become costive ; the skin is MASON & HAMLIN; Titusville. Florida.Q.EO. .

they wanted a heaven to themselves. The dining table consisted of a log in dry and hot at times ; the blood -
Even which eighteen cavities appeared at regular The cabinet organ was introduced m tvB present :M. BOBBINS,
Perhaps Swedenborg was right. becomes thick and stagnant ; the form by Mason & llamlin in 136 L Other miters I
intervals. Each
their nuts, ,male and female, have an air cavity was of about followed in the manufacture of these int-trnmenU
of cold solemnity about them which I the size of a large soup bowl and fast- whites of the eyes become tinged I bat the Mason ILunhn Organs have always maintained ATTORNEY-AT-LAW I
their a the best in tl ,
makes your blood run cold in your veins. ened near every one was a big iron spoon with yellow ; the urine is scanty I Mason & llamlin oJir, as demonstration e of the TITUSVILLE
Their very amusements savor of busi I I attached to the log by an iron chain. unequalled excellence:: of their crspiw,the fart that FLA.

ness. Most of them have a cynic disgust I The method of dining was neither com- and high-colored, depositing a sediment at Paris.all of 1S67 the,great World's Einibii 4 m?,since that of -_ I I

of life, are always morose, and, I plicated nor prolonged. A table d'hotedinner after standing. There is with best mORAAr er competition+of all coun A. M. THRASHER, I
though burning with a desire to oblige I consisting of one course, which, tries,they ,K variably taken -
frequently a spitting of the food the t honors Illustrated
up ,
by the was the only dinner servedin
quite of turn way
you, capable making you catalogues 22 TO $3OO. free.
away in disgust at their coldness. Then r the house cost five pfennigs-about I sometimes with a sour taste and Mason &llamlin do c<.t hesitate to make the extraordinary P. 0. Box 20.

there is so much stoutness and solidity in one cent and a quarter of our coin. The sweetish this is cUm for their piano, that they are Will practice in all the s.1NFORD FIX
sometimes a taste ; superior to all others. They recognize>> the high count** of Ue Snt.a
their character. What they do they do i diner enters and planks down his money excellence achieved! by of her IP.l1l.lintj maJ :ra In the Circuit and Supreme Court. I
before frequently attended with palpita- art of piano buiidai! ,, but etlll claim
with a will. If they eat, they eat like taking his seat. Then he choosesone riprrtority. -
This attribute
they solely! to the remarkable im
giants; if they drink, they drink like of the broad cavities, seizes the iron tion of the heart ; the vision becomes provement introduced by tl.e-a In the year 1SS2, ALLEN E. HEYSEK,
and waits for the waiter. That and now known ns the HAJILXX PixxoSTBI.NGER
giants, turning brandy into water, but if spoon
impaired with spots before ," J> r>3 n
the of which
work also work like functionary is usually a sort of a Pooh- y fA"n'O'lSl use
they they giants.No ia secured the OS d in"N greatest p o a. Attorney-at-Law aM ConnYDm.
half heartedness, no irresolution, no Bah, combining in himself the duties of the eyes ; there is a feeling of prostration ethic purity and JT B H' : refinement of
cashier, proprietor. !head waiter and tone, together 1 m 3 with greatly In Lake Worth Dade
want of earnestness about them. If you and weakness. All of these creasedcapaci3s.1 6 W2I3ET. tj standing County, Floridi
see them walking in the streets of London bouncer in chief. in tune and other important advantages.A Will furnish Abstracts
would think the world had come After the guest i3 seated the waiter ,symptoms are in turn present. Its circular, containing testimonies from three of Title to Dale
you hundred purchasers,musician, and tuners, sent, County land
to an end. Yet they are only going to walks up to him bearing two steaming thought that nearly one-third of together with descriptive catalogue,to any applicant.:
the parks. cans and asks, shortly: "Thick or clear Pianos and Organs sold for cadti or easy pay
has this disease in B.
our population ments also: rented. BURCHFIELD
? The diner after R. ,
usually, sniffing
Everybody has a hobby. The nation is soup MASON &HAI1UN
the fumes of the and the of its yaried forms. ORGAN AND PIANO CO.
so full of eccentricities. They hold their cans giving some BOaTON. NEW YOUIi. CIIICAUO.

own; tell a lie and stick to it, is their matter weighty consideration, makes his It has been found that physicians COUNTY SURVEYOR
motto and then they love opposition. It I decision, and then the factotum fills up PIONEER COOPERAGESyrup
; I Orders
the of this by mail will receive
have mistaken cause a*
the nearest cavity with turns on pron
is a crime to be poor. The goddess of soup attention calls in
his heel and washes his hands of all further Barrels $2.25. I as penon.
wealth has more votaries than any disease. Some have treated it for a

church. To call one a beggar is ,the consideration. I did not gain the liver complaint, others for kidney Gauged to order. ten cents extra. I I Address: Georgian, FU.TT .
greatest insult. Short accounts make impressipn from a casual inspection that

long friends, so goes the English proverb, i the waiter had ever washed his hands in disease etc., etc., but none of these Wheelwrighting and Repairing. I II: F. ATKINSON

not like the Indian proverb, friends' accounts any other than a figurative sense. The kinds of treatment have been attended C. O. B. !j I
diner the out of the hole in
are settled in heart. Nobody scoops soup
tolerates being under money obligationsto the log with his iron spoon, and, having with success; for it is really Honey barrels and Oval Water Breakers i: JUSTICE OF THE PEACE

another if he can help it. Your money thus dined wisely and well, is promptly constipation and dyspepsia. It is 1 from 82.00 up. ;j I For the Second Justice District of Ere-

is the test of merit. In India ordered out by the bouncer in chief. vard Court third
your poor also found that Shaker Extract of Tanksand : county; days, lIoDdal
men could live and even be comparatively There is no lingering over an after dinner of each month.In .
comfortable. In England it is not eo. It cigar, nuts raisins fruit or coffee. Roots, or :Mother Seigel's Curative all kinds of COOPER WORK to order.T. .

is the law of the survival of the fittest, The expedition of the meal is its most Syrup, when properly prepared Circuit Court of the Strentk .M riot
and the fittest is he who commands most striking characteristic except perhaps.its will remove this disease in all its Circuit of Florida, Brerard Cetnty,
money There is a feverish competition simplicity.-Blakely Hall in New : : Florida. A. D. 1888. In Chancery.J. .

everywhere, and to be a man of indepen- York Sun. stages. Care must be taken how- II. FOSTER

dent means is everybody's ambition. This At the Picture Dealer's.It ever, to secure the genuine article.IT 5,000 Budded Trees For SaleAt Y*. 1 Dissolution
lies at the root of all that material progress F. MORTEN & HATTIE
which one everywhere ,finds in was in a picture dealer's. Some people WILL SELL BETTER THAN COTTON. Low Prices. B.MORTEN, his wife't]Partner)hlp.

England. But unlike our people whose are irreverent enough to call such of Chu- HENRY MORTEN.It .
Mr. John Hemptinstall
places art stores.Ve1l9 most 60,000 in Nursery.
4 per cents or massive buildings or curious perhaps, appearing from the affidavit of the
jewels are often tho only evidence of of them might be called curiosity shops lafirmee, Cleburn Co., Ala., writes; Apply to ,V. H. SHARPE, above named plaintiff that the rapoo-
but still "art store" does not seem to be bene- dents F. Morten and II. Mortea feb
their wealth, they know how to make 'My wife has been so much
a happy combination of names. How City Point, Fla. wife and Henry Moiten. uoo-rtri-
good use of their are
money. that word "store" has risen in of fitted by Shaker Extract of Roots,
Every Englishman and Englishwomanworks : dignity dents of the State of Florida, and that
late years! It is the gradual spead of Mother Curative their respective residences Corlaton -
if not to earn a livelihood, to do or Seigelrs Syrup EXHAUSTED VITALITY are ;
democratic ideas, which unfortunatelyseem in the State of Kentucky but rat
good to others. The climate is fatal to that she she would rather be
idle to lower the highest as well as elevate says TIlE SCIENCE OFT the Post Office address of the said F
an man. A Frenchman considers to
show capacity is the end of speech in de- the lowest. Perhaps it would be without part of her food than with- a E' the great Morteu and II. U. 3Iorteu. U 151 lain
more accurate to say they made a common Medical Work of the Street Cincinnati. Ohio, and that the
bate; an Englishman considers the end of out the medicine. It has done her CF LIFE on Manhood,.'fcrr- said
level between high and low. High age respondents are respectively crtr
speech in debate is to advance business. than all the doctors and ous and Physical Debility the ordered that
art as it was known is disappearing any more good age of years. It is
They require everybody to be true to his The art is Premature De- the said respondents. F, ilorten, II*B.
, way. only high nowadays : all other medicines together. I
engagements, and I often missed many a making and that is put KNOW THYSELF cline.Erro18otYo.nth. Morten, his wife, and Henry Mortea,do
one by being only a minute too late. Fora money is artistic why picture would ride twenty miles to get it land the untold D11ie1'res respectively or. or before the 3th day of
dealing a higher professionthan consequent thereon. 300 pages 8 vo., 125 pre-
punctual man, a man of work, nothing picture painting. The errand boy into the hands of sufferer if he !Criptious for all di8easeL Cloth, full gilt,only$1.00. : November A. I>. 1SSS. plead. :auawerot
is too good, and there is not a public man any bl mail sealed. Illustrative sample tree to allyou,, demur to the complainant Bill of Coo
who is not a man of work. A good of the establishment was making himself can get it in no other way. I believe aDd middle-aged men Send now. The Gold and plaint herein tiled or the came will betaken
useful around the place. Several ladies Jewelled Medal awarded to the author by the National -
speaker is not always looked upon as the bad strolled in to look the it will soon sell in this State Medical Association. Address P.O. Box 1895,);0.- as confessed and the complbuDt'ullowt'
best man in a ministry; a minister who at pictures, ton. Mass., or Dr. W. IL PARKER, graduate of to proceed ex-parte with still
does not work is soon elbowed out. Their without any intention of buying, which better than cotton.TESTIMONY Harvard Medical College,25 years'practice in Boston cause. And it I is further ordered that
who be consulted Office
the errand A may confidentially. ,
perhaps disgusted
Gladstones, Hartingtons, Churchills, Par. boy. No.: 4 Bulfinch St. Specialty,Diseases of Man. copy of this order be published la the
nells, Bradlaughsare working themselvesto picture of the Magdalen stood on an FROM TEXAS. Cut this oat You nay DeTer see It again.. FLOUIDA STAI: newspaper,published i to

death in their respective causes other- easel. Mrs. S. E. Barton, of Varner, said county bur four conecutlfe weeks,
"Ah!" said one of the ladies, going up prior to said 5th day of November..\. D
wise they would be nowhere. Reserve [ Co. :Mo. writes that she Opened for the Season.
to it and it "That is John P
viewing critically, 1888. WITNESS: the Honorable
fits and starts is the
nothing by ,
power isn't it?" had been afflicted with A who is interested in his Broome well ss
rule. Nobody hates show and humbugmore Mary Magdalen, long dyspepsia rar man own ,Judge of said court, as

than they, and the best dressed man "I don't know if it is Mary Magdalen," and disease of the urinary welfare will be pleased to know tha I A. Stewart, Clerk of said court. aDd ta
said the boy. seal of said Court at the Court )Joust

is he Englishmen whose dress talk excites of the no baneful notice.effectsof The_ proprietor happened to be standing organs and was cured by Shaker ANDREW GIBSON Titusville. in said county, this 15th a.T

close bv."Don't. Extract of Roots. Rev. J. J. McGuire Keeps the finest to be found in of September A. I). IbSS.
caste in India as if they had none in know that is oysters ..\. A. 8t" Ja.
Mary Man
England, though it may not be in the dalen?" you merchant, of the same place, TitUMYlllC, Clerk Circuit O rt.
same sense. A poor man is a Sudra anda Jones and Williams solicitors tor eooplainant. -
"Well ain't ? Itdon't who sold Mrs. Barton the medicine
rich man a lord, a peer, a Brahmin; ASH SERVED IX STYLE TO SUIT ATIWXS.0 a

but the English Sudra can, like Viswa- matter whether it's Susie or Jennieor says he has sold it for four :years 9 --- -
does ? How
Imogeno Magdalen it
mitra of Hindoo mythology, be a Brah- should I know all those, women's first and never knew it to fail. Plain and Fancy Cake made to order. PARKER'S
min, not by austerities like the royal
? San Baker Uread hand. HAIR
names Francisco Chronicle. always on
sage, but the austerities in the accumu- Cleanses ud beaon6a tit Itas
lation of wealth. An Englishman never was so low with dyspepsia that Also a first-class Barber shop attached. Promotes a hiTtinant
Properties of Nitro-Glyccrine. Never Fail t. i..nNairtoibYestlifitC WPTIMie
pardons his superiors for any familiarity Meals at all hours; from 5a. m. to 11 p. m. *
toward him nor does he pardon himselffor So sensitive is nitro-glycerine to con- there was not a physician to be Parties desirng to leave on morning mail DasQres a.1 tats matt

any toward those below him. We in cussion and percussion, that if it be found who could do anything with boats and hacks will please note this. .aa111 M.t r4.remjEai10i,3zaaiiiie

India have yet to learn the lesson of dropped only a few feet or struck even a me. I had fluttering of the heart I --:'!

stubbornness and resoluteness, and one slight blow it will explode. An exampleof I

might willingly sacrifice half) the rhetoric this wonderful property of the stuff and swimming of the head. One ,

of the country for a tenth of that occurred a few years ago in Panama day I read your pamphlet called
spirit of self which is when the sudden ignition of a quantityof
help so strongly i
noticeable in England. There they do it converted a wharf and a warehouseinto "Life Among the Shakers, which dis- NEW YORK AND FLORIDA.FROM .

all that they attempt. Perhaps this sys- a mass of unrecognizable fragments, cribed my disease better than I
tem of mutual dependence is the great inflicted damage to the extent of about a XflYORK CITY'UO]{ FERNANDIN .
could I tried the Shaker unl..lI.:
million dollars and
bane of our society. "Joint family" is suddenly a
not their motto; as soon as a man mar- number of lives. Extract of Roots and kept on withit NEW YORK, BOSTON AND PHILADELPHIA.

ries he hires separate lodgings and keeps Careful investigations soon demon- until to-day I rejoice in good ANTONIO BIO
The Iron SAX
separate house. The Hindoo suffers, the strated that the change which converts a Steamships ,
Englishman struggles.-Pall Mall Ga harmless substance like glycerine into health. Mrs. M. E. Tinsley, Bre- GRANDE, compose the Florida Service.

zette. : such a tremendous explosive is made by vier, Muhlenburg Co., Ky. Passage Rates, between Florida and New I'ftrk aluoj I.

the substitution of molecules of nitrogenand the Lon.est.Je .
For sale all address
druggists or
/ Longevity of Our Race. oxygen for atoms of hydrogen in the Rates of Freight always Low as Competing Lines.

The biologist, Bichat whose intuitionsso original compound. When this is done the proprietor, A. J. White, Limited Early Morning Train' Every Thursday from points on J. T. & K. ,\. i5fl'1

marvelously anticipated the conclusions with great care and the process is carried 54 Warren St., New York. connects with steamer same day at Fernandina.
of a later science, held that the through the last stage, the resultant liquid -i

normal longevity of our race shouldbe is nothing more than a vast mass of: SCHEDULE.

,ail average' of 06 years, bearing his gas held together by the weakest and WM.. H. SHARPE, NORTH-BOUXD-Steamships sail from Fernandina every Thursday p. Dl.. af4tf

inference on the fact that the life term most unstable bonds.-New York Mail arrival of trains from South Florida, and morning trains from Juk3oa't at
of all known mammals exceeds at least and Express. follows

six times the period of their growth. A What Is this Disease That Is REAL ESTATE AGENTFOR CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder.......................Thursday,;ut

dog, growing for three years may live Coming Upon Us CARONDELET, Captain Evans...ThUYI' lJ
to 18 or 20.; A horse, growing for fouror .Thursdaj
: Captain Wilder. '
Like thief at it steals M gptl
five, attains, and often exceeds, an age a night upon ] CARONDELET -Thursday,
Captain .. .. i.
of 80 years. A camel, growing twice as us unawares. The patients CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder...' a nd3 y' !4h
slowly, may live to 40 years and upward.An CITY POINT.Lands CARONDELET .Thursday, ()d.
have pains about the chest and Capt. Evans.... .. ,
elephant, even in captivity, does not tvttf
attain its full growth before its 15th sides, and sometimes in the back. at SOCIH-BOCSD 3 p.m., as follows-Steamships: sail from New York Pier\o.21,E. K-, foot mtton at

a ... _sear, and in India often outli\"el.two They feel dull and sleepy the sold on long time with interest, or 28th; October th. 12th 19th, 26tb. Jew 1 During ktret1
c. masters. Some of tho. larger quadru.mina ; ; on the lease system, or for cash. the yellow Inn epidemic"steamer* will continue their regular schedult
mouth has bad taste and Fernandina. Order freight via this line
a especiallyin
likewise grow very slowly; several j Direct all Freight via Mallory Steamship Line from Pier Not 21 went!Tort .u mimed.e'1WSpecial
varieties baboons, for instance, do not the morning. A sort of sticky Lands cleared and planted, and cared for Agent are located at all principal points through ucldllnforma e*
obtained. '
acquire the characteristics of maturity, slime collects about the teeth. The if desired ; by contract or otherwise. J3:Ute-room ol1 and berths secured in advance from JackscnTill and Fernanolaa UZK '
before the beginning of their teens; and ,Trains from F. B. & N. R.' directly to snip's sid at Fcniandisa.3Any .

the naturalist,.Brehm, mentions a male appetite is poor. There is a feel Refer to E. M. Breese, Detroit, Mich.; J. 11 farther. CUTLER information, Passenger can be obtained from and Hogan stmts,Jsckson1*Fla.
Agent corner Bay
chacma- who, after'.becoming the patriarch ing like a heavy load on the stomach Jno. Norwood, Titusville, Fla.; B. W. B W. 8OUTHWICK Agent, Fernaudina, Fla.
of his tribe, raided ,the durra ,fields ;' and J. Stras,Tazewell Court House, Va.; H. H.BAY3IOXD, General Traveling Agent *

r .of.,tthe 'ZuW villages,for ; sometimes a faint, all gone and, A. Becker Montreal, Canada,. for ffif TUff6 -em

vearsbeW? he met 'his Waterfociltria'' sensation. at the; pit of the stomach whom I have made groves. -.C.E-fMALLORT. i ;& lateral Agents, Pier 20 E. E.
;> w ,
l-fight with the outraged' Tbe % .

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WOMAN'S WEAR.' ferns,"trnflfng vines, feathery grasses,-Ivy o. J. :aEOTOB.: ., SOEl.GDIW: SHERIFF'S SALE.

leaves, horseshoe geraniums and even many Under and by virtue of an execution issued -
faDs DOW drop below the chin, and are shaded rose leaves are not to be despised.For out of the Circuit Court for the 7th

of p1a1n 1a1fnes. a 5 o'clock tea service the delicate pilesof Hardware and EVAPORATORSMILLS Judicial Circuit of Florida, Brevard Co.,

ire known as Tosca parasols have thin bread and butter should be encircled upon a judgment recovered in the court ofthe

of extreme length. with a feathery wreath of fragrant lemon Honorable Minor S. Jones, county
I( qty in underwear Is the skirt of verbena, and if the hostess drop a sprig of General Produce judge and ex-officio justice of the peace for

Jtad white lawn woven to imitate drawn this into each cup ere she pour the boiling teaa Jrevard county, Florida, and transcribed
! delicate foreign flavor will bo infused into to said circuit court, wherein D. L. Gaul- .
, wort He decoction. den was plaintiff and Hannah M. Saner
muslin Is
a spotted, opaque MERCHANT.
the foundation skirts of white And Syrup Makers' Supplies.For was defendant, I have levied upon and will
j .ied fee Worth Knowing.Mr. sell at public outcry, to the highest and
I jrII8IL! Melbourne. Florida bidder for cash in front of the
I W. Morgan ,
ribbon,shading from deep yellow to H. merchant, Lake
O-bre house door in Titusville in said
I em color, are much liked with white atttended City, Fla.,with was taken with a severe Cold, A. M. Hamilton & Co., Catalogue and Copy of Sorghum on the first, Monday in, November county, the,
a distressing Cough and Grower's Guide address
fl QfiiCHtgjjall same being the 5th dav thereof, A. D.
I mantles with lace hoods are worn at I running into Consumption in its first TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA, 1888, within the legal liours of bale, the

II atAoOr entertainments this season'when the stages. He tried many so-called popular Wholesale Dealers in CHAP iAN & CO MADISON DDL following property, to-wit :
f.ber II cooL cough remedies and steadily grew worse. Lots three and six (3 and 6)of section 2S,

:o JreSeIof French zephyr ginghams have Was reduced in flesh, had difficulty in I THE township 21, south of range 36 east, containing -
i Indian River
skirts of white Sateen, in Which breathing and was unable to sleep. Finally Oysters 08 acres, more or less.
; Breeds IOOaUftUw are Inserted. tried Dr. King's New Discovery J. E. BOWMAN,

I Ok fabrics now being manufactured for Consumption and found immediate FISH AUTOMATICSELFSKIMMING Sheriff of Brevard county, Fla.,
I. jba caSed royale, and are in fine bird's eyepatterns relief, and after using about a half dozen Dated this Oct. 3d, 1888. 24
,similar to armure.I bottles found himself well and has bad Green Turtle and Game.
with skirts of clear white no return of the disease. No other rem-
i I Bcsriet red and white striped wool make very edy can show so grand a record of curesas All orders will,receive whether prompt and careful, attention Notice is hereby given that under andy

I: motive f costumes for mountain wear. Dr. King's New Discovery for Con- letter or telegraph 17 > virtue ot a final decree of sale and
sumption. Guaranteed to do just whatis foreclosure rendered by the Honorable
costumes made of AND
I. midsummer are
Pretty I John D. Broome, judge of the Circuit
claimed for it. Trial bottle free at
alternate of white
jfcnch zephyrs,in stripes Geo. E. Chase Court for the Seventh Judicial Circuit of
I' Dixon & Benson's Drug Store Titusville.
lavender or oldi i ,
pale rose,
shaded ,
rib,, gray _. Per etual EvaporatorsAND he State of Florida, on the twenty-
I '-. A A second day: of September, A. D. 1S88 ini
effects In the newest watered Buy the Right Medicine. in
Odd appear Chandler : certain cause Chancery therein
ijU! ;.,many of which have wavy blotches or The day of teas, decoction, infusion and Ship THE pending in the circuit court for Brevard
' avail jast a thought darker than their ground such sloops has passed and is being replaced county, and for the circuit aforesaid,

' tana. by fluid extracts, The latest Uni- [Improved Victory Cane Mill wherein Thomas Hibben is complainant
Black armure grenadine Is favored for sum- ted States Dispensatory says in this, con- Boat and Vessle Supplies, nil kinds and II. A. Pierce is defendant; and

off dresses. Lace flounces and a profusion nection: Patent: Anchors, Chains, Blocks, OUR SPECIALTIES.Also I, as Master in Chancery, will sell, tor
of narrow moire ribbons are the accepted "Both decoction and infusion have now Canvass, Galvanized Wire cash, to the highest bidder, on Mondav.
pnitores. \ become almo obsolete,and deservedly so." Hope, all sizes, Tents, Portable Soda Fountains. November the 5th. A. D, 1888, the same
In view of the above advanced ide and Spruce Ladders, being the first Monday in the month, .
Some of the prettiest costumes of India stubborn facts we bet to call attention to Copper Paints, gal's, 1.2 {:al's, qts. 1 C5.. Prices Low and Goods Guaranteed. I in front of the conrt-bol1 door,lu'1'itusrflle
slid! are of palo green, sprinkled with tiny Spur Varnish, gal's, 1-2 nl's
;: ,qts,pts. "
Brevard Florida
the Ash, Poke Root and Potassium countv. betweenthe
withy Prickly I
white blossoms, and trimmed profusely Oils and Leads, all kinds.F. ,
compound which has gained such a no- legal hours of sale, all the following
white ribbons. \V. DcVOE & CO'S HEADY MIXED PAINTS,
y I toriety, and is undoubtedly the described real estate, to-wit:
I white In fact anything for Building boats.
ItQor made gowns of serge are GREATEST BLOOD PURIFIER orSailinf In the county of Brevard'and Stae of

I I trimmed with white passementerie, or when of the age. Has cured more rheumatism, Hart's Block, 9O East Bay St., Florida, beginning at a stake on the line
f this is not sufficiently dressy, metallic gal- Syphilis, Scrofula, Old Sores, Skin diseases, of the St. Lucie Sound in the south-cast

: loons are used. Blood Taints, etc., in the last six months, JACKSONVILLE FLA. quarter of the southwest quarter of

i White wool dresses are favored again this than all the other Blood remedies on the If you have any. section number four ((4), township number -
tor mountain wear. Twilled flannel, but BUYERS'GUIDE is thirty-seven (37) south number
nson market. It is no humbug, no secret. a range -
crft canvas cloth and nun's veiling are thedoien preparation composed of fluid extracts of: March It is and Sept.. forty-one (41) east, being three hundred -

materials.The Prickly Ash, Poke Root, Queen's Delightand OThe year.of useful an infor-ency. OLD FURNITURE and thirty-live ((335)) feet and seven-

. bow at the top of your parasol cannotbe Sarsaparilla, with the Iodide of Potassium for all who pur- twelfths; north of the section line and at
too flamboyant for fashion, and the richer added. Physicians indorse it as a the luxuries or the ne: north corner of a lot sold by Thomas
ana costlier the ribbon composing it, the splendid combination. It is a powerful of life. We Such as E. Richards and wife to D. F. Brown.
If can clothe you and furnish you with running thence westerly along D. F.
better the sty la tonic and builds up the system rapidly.
all the necessary and unnecessary Brown's line to the edge of the savannah,
What are known as capelines are wide are weak and feeble try one bottle. CHAIRS
you appliances to ride,walk, dance, sleep,
brimmed hats of straw or tulle, which often rake I' I). P. and gain flesh and strength eat, fish, hunt, work, go to church, thence northerly along the savannah six
project capriciously In front,and have inside rapidly. It is the best remedy for malarial or stay at home, and in various sizes, hundred feet to a stake, thence easterlyand
trimmings of flowers or ribbons. poisons, and will cure chills in every in- styles and quantities. Just figure out SOFAS, parallel with the first line to the
stance. AH a tonic and regulator for females what is required to do all these things Saint Lucie Sound; thence southerly
AI the word suede, describing a color, who' in low state of health it has COMFORTABLY, and you can make a fair the line of the Saint Lucie Sound six
cems to many to be somewhat indefinite, it bottle and be convinced estimate of the value of the BUYERS' ORGANS, hundred feet to the place of beginning
, maybe well to say that it is a tan brown of no equal. Try one GUIDE, which will be sent upon containing twenty-two (22) acres, more
cy shade seen in the Swedish undressed kid receipt of 10 cents to pay postage, PIANOS or less, being the same land conveyedby
r cJoves. Wonderful Cures. MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. Thomas E. Hibben find Jennie K.

Green trimmings are favored upon black W. D. Hoyt & Co., Wholesale and Retail 111-114 Michigan Avenue, Chicago,HI. I Hibben, his wife, to said II. A. Pierce,

hJi,and are not confined to ribbon, but appear Druggists of Rome, Ga., bays We LUDDEN BUREAUS, by deed, dated the first day of May, A.
J as foliage clusters, grasses and vines, have been selling Dr. Kings :New Dis- D.1SSG.
:: short ostrich tips and clusters of cocks' and Bucklen' Witness my hand and seal, this 2Sth
Electric Bitters BEDSTEADS
covery, ,
day of September 1888.
: ,
Arnica Salve for four Have never
Or other Furniture that wish WALTER S. GRAHAM [SEAL],
; DAUGHTERS CF EVE. handled remedies that sell as well, or any you Master in ChanceryBrevard county.

give such universal satisfaction. There RE-VARNISHED AND POLISHED, JONES & WILLIAMS \
: 1 cnty-four young women hare graduated have been some wonderful cures effectedby Solicitors for complainant. 24
.lawyers in Michigan this summer. these medicines in this city. Se"eralcases Call on the undersigned, at the headof

The sultan of Turkey has ordered several of pronounced consumption have Main Street, Titusville, where you In the Circuit Court of the 7th Judicial

typewriters for the ladies of his harem. been entirely cured by use of a few bot can have all or any of the above articles Circuit of Florida, Brevard County
in made to look as well as New or will
tles.of Dr. King's Discovery, taken ;
the dowager and regent of Spain
queen In
dui connection with Electric Bitters. W call at residences when work can not be Chancery.
celebrated her anni-
just birthday
) 1nry. guarantee them always. Sold by all drug Mid-Summer Sale moved. Also all kinds of Ornamental TILLIE Ex-l\irie.HATCHETT,}Petition a Free to Dealer.become
Sign Painting a specialty.
Earriet Beecher Stowo continues to receive stores on Indian River.PYRaFUQE. Decree of Court.

c 11,500 c a year from royalties on"U uele Tom's wR.. :SNOS This day this cause came on to be ..

;; .l> '1 Mrs. Sarah B. Mabry derives an income of BUY NOWAND Chancery in and for Brevard county,

1 acre than $3,000 a year from}a fifty-acre Walter S. Graham, and after consideringthe
&ry near Atlanta, Ga. PAY WHEN evidence therein contained it appearing -

. Lady Jane Henrietta Swinburne has entered C. II. SCOTT, to the satisfaction of the court that

,; her 00th year. She is the mother of COTTON IS SOLD. EASTERNHAIIMHIESSING the petitioner, Tillie Hatchett. is possessed -
ri the poet and critic, Mr. Algernon Charles of good business qualifications, I U
) Swinburne.iilrs. SALOON Is therefore ordered, adjudged and decreed
by the court, here, that the said
;: Pratt in Louisville Is making quite = Tillie Hatchett be and she is licensed
hereby -
MID-SUMMER OFFER. If clean and shave
; little want a ,
fortune out of beaten biscuit,such as A BCBK CCRK roaWrCHILLS you easy to take charge of and control her
;i Sensed to regale her pacsis oa in=ore proapooosdays. &. FEVER, _= As clean as barber evergave, estate, to contract and be contracted
.' Just call on me at saloon,
.. uEP. iooo Ch Pianos and At morning, eye, or afternoon.I'll with, to sue and be sued, and to bind
Hn Mary Carleton, granddaughter ofwntucky Organs to be Hold in June, .July.A.uu..t herself in all respects as fully as if she
' 'g third governor and daughter of 3 and September at Spot cut and comb your hair with grace were unmarried, and that she is hereby
a revolutionary soldier Is now, at the age of Cash Prices, Payable To suit the contour of your face; made a free Uealer. It is further ordered

u,an inmate of Louisville'almshouse. ORGAN PIANOS: ,,$$10 z, CASH CASH DOWN.DOWN, To you I'll give a good shampoo, that this decree be published four

; Mr. Marcus MUner, whom the Dowager and the balance next November The art of which is known to few. weeks in succession in the FIOIUDA

wachess of Montrose has Just married for her lid, without interest or adancein scissor's razor's keen STAR, a newspaper published in Brevard
third Price. All our Pianos and Or My sharp, my ,
husband, is but 24 years of age. The included iti this sale, is and clean county.
, tans our My shop a ways neat ,
! bcbea b over 70. She has spent her three Cheapest and our Itest. Xo ex And I'm find I Done at chambers this Oct. 4th, 1SS8. '
l Moejmoons in the same house. LIPPMAN'SPVfJWGGEIs ceptions. Your choice from ten everything sure you'll i JOHN D. BROOME,
To suit the and the mind. I
9ssl leading makers and over 300 taste please Judge Circuit Court of 7th Judicial
i j The marriage of Miss Perkins, of Boston, CALLED TIC styles and Prices.
I' I'boJawell* known to fashionable New Yorkto And now to all who patronize intend, Circuit of Florida. 25

; .to Capt Beaumont of the British navy, Wonderful Chill and Fever ExpellerIt -SUMMER BARGAINS 1888- Just come along and bring your friends, XOTICE.
, fflnot take place until next when the cares the chills and fryer tones up the'.A And I assure you I will try
year TO all whom it
and health to may
! ttjfcln! will become an admiral Ii an appetite,bringing strength New Makers, New Instruments, New" My very best to satisfy. may? We, the undersigned citizens of Bl e-

Mrs.Gladstone recently appeared on a spatial Styles,New Prices, Great Improvements vard county. intend, on the 16th day ofXo"ember.
day at the Irish exhibition In London in our Lower Priced Instruments. THE SLOOP AGNES" 18SS to apply to the lion.
'I 'kh! a white Irish lace shawl thrown over Large purchase enable us to offer Reduced John D. Broome, Judge of the Circuit

>l aer black dress,and a couple of little grand- mJmJ Price Here are samples.Sfi commanded by Court of the Seventh Judicial Circuit of

? as clothed in fancy Irish costume fI" DlftNfl 74 Octave, Uptight CAPTAIN JOHN McLEAN, Florida, for a decree le rallzins our ad-

('1 lady Playfalr, who was formerly Miss :h% SBtrinsrs.JrlHiHI.Beautiful, Large Rosewood Size Makes regular trips on Indian River option of Edna McCrory, infant daughter

gasell,a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel -'- tS (Sass,iull 1 Rich Tone. Guaranteed SHE CARRIES A FULL SUPPLY OF oi J. A. McCrory.
i 41. &Sseu.. of Boston, will soon return to (Prickly Aah, Poke Root,and Potassium.) perfect aud durable. Maker' Price, ROBERT CARLILE,

, b country, and will pass several weeks CURES S 5U. GroceriesDry Goods 26 ANNA CARLILE.PHSIADEIPHIA .

rt vt6Mr.and Mrs. Russell at Nabnnt.I 7 V Octave, Up. Canned Goods
I flANO. right Grand,Large g SINGER
SYPHILISPrimary OZ4U **trinss: Full Iron
TABLE DECORATIONS. Frame, Ivory Keys, Rich Hats, Boots and Shoes,
,Secondary,and Tertiary Syphilis,Syphilitic Rosewood Case. First-class; every way.:. WARRANTED 5 YEARS.LOW .
Scarlet Eruptions Scrofula and Scrofulous Erup Equals Pianos usually! sold at ?XX) and S3M. Ladles Shoes in great variety;Prints all
fuchsias are used to decorate any Maker',Price,$70 y HIGH
lions Ulcers' and Old Sores, Rheumatism new patterns at low prices. :7.f
ea1dmeats or salads which are deep pink or all diseases of the blood all those that have With Piano a Plush Top Stool AID, f' r: 'asz'' a" ,10. \.ARM,
J* a.color,lobsters,shrimps,boiled ham or resisted other treatment yield steadily and surelyto Handsome Cover Instructor, Ready-made ClolMni Toilet Articles l ;
f -$n(,etc. the wonderful power of P.P.P., the great Music Book and_ all Freight Paid. $20 ::'i t : t r $28

The Blood Purifier. NOTIONS. .1 .:!', ., ,' .
French Five Octaves,2 seta "., :
never serve their fruits, no -'-- != =,
met how ORGAJJ, oft; Octave Reeds, 8SP-For the cash only -je rf ;
deli- ? -
exquisite a plate a SCROFULA ssn a Stone Solid ,, nut Case.High March 15,46 6m. : ;: :
t kIn of green leaves under the luscious TopLamp Stands,Music Pocket, : .._; -
**-of color. Is an Impurity In the blood producing Lumps or Fall tweet Tone. Maker1 Price,$i Lou : ur:

I -Sweet| scented and spicy herbs may be used Swelling fceet.causing for the Running cure of Sores which on use the P.Anna P.P.,, Full Sets Reeds, NOTICE. ry <; U
Legs or o Gp "i
JJW r Ortien the finger they bowls would if not nothing be at all else agreeable avail- the diseases greatest yield blood readily medicine to the on power earth.of P.All P.these P., S 6 5 Rich Thousands 5 e,, Beautiful 10 Genuine sold.Parlor All Stops: Or-, County Court, Florida, JRrerard County. ; ...! #!..,< t"I Uq

life and new strength. gan. pur- f ,)
-fading something to be eaten. giving new chasers delighted. Maker.PriAe,1m By the County Judge for said County.To ,,' ; \.4

1 s ape, leaves suitable and their twining tendrils are BLOOD POISON nit With Instructor Each Organ, Music a Pine Book Stool and, all to whom these presents shall #l Ij I]\: j .

r choice on which to arrange All Freight Paid. come, greeting: ..
i although there are many kinds of Cured in its worst form ; sometimes In cases with Whereas Laura E. Willard applied to L !

the foliage itself forms a pleasing Erysipelas,where the patient was in In Eternal Pain 15 DAYS TRIAL.Order this court for Letters of Administrationon :s _"t r'. -. _.,_
the physicians. some cases
r and given! up by C) f ""
= Scrofulous Ulcers broke out till the partywas amass the estate of Benjamin C. Willanl, en : 'f'C1
Ii At:4: his dinner game- of corruption; a bottle of P. P.P. was and test in your own Home. deceased, late of said county of Brevard, :. tIZ
sometimes served roll procured,and the disease yielded quickly.RHEUMATISM. No money required until Instrument these are,therefore,to cite and admonishall t -- '
'Ij 1 smooth pieces of birch bark, lined is eatisfactory. W: pay Freight both and singular the kindred and creditors J'
Ir4 leaves of freshly washed spear mint ways if no sale. Th t fairest way to deal. of said deceased to be and appear be- ==

tie4 around with some long ribbon grass. Our Instruments are good and cheap,anda fore this court, on or before the 16th'day
Pink And hi an Affections of the Slood,P.P.P.stands 'riala1waysgivesacatisfiedpurc r. of FIFTEEN DAYS' TRIAL
November A. D. 1888 and file objections
&ndhite -
1ety clovers, with their pretty alone and unrivaled, and some of its cures are
-.we much used to trim loaves of cake really wonderful. wend for Uld-Su miner Sale Circular. If allY they have, to the grant- IS TOUR Cm HOUSE BEFORE IOU PAT ONE CEXT.
/ suffer from anything like Syphilis! Scrofula ing letters aforesaid, otherwise the same Hih-Am MachiM has self tUne,needle
JJJJP If used for the latter then analllyht
Blood Poison, Ulcers Old Sores, Rheumatism REMEMBER. -'lm.s* Price; .Eattett .elr.tbreadla shuttle la noiseless
J2T *nast be served In a low dish and this or any disease of,tho blood, be sure and grins:Bet Instruments. Fine Stool and Cbee will be granted as prayed. -rannlnr ha*Ovc fines aetoraUaebe
plate;the V between being filled give P.p.P.a trial. v ..4 freight- Paid; 15 Day Jrtal; offs7avra' In testimony whereof, 1 have officiallyset meats a've et.llned ease Don't pay
-r P.P.P.(Prickly Ash Ppke Root and Potas- Guarantee; Syuan Dealing: One Pric my hand and seal this 2ml day of .agents f 55 or ffa but Mad for circular. Remember.ruarantca .
"hatbs slam)Is no secret patent medicine like the manyon Only: Money Saved; :ArkLUDDEN Oct. our machin* equal to any,high-priced.
of lemon verbena or rose geranium the market. Its formula Is on every bottle, 18S8.MINOR aaciiae oa the aurkct. Address
:L*rettlest decoration for-finger bowls, nears a other blood puritypurifier does and whole, 8 BATES. i $. JONES. TIle C. A. WOOD CXk
that no 25
oj&en th _are mmobtainable.deUgite,' '0fH.P.Bt: MU>'C HOUSE. -*UXIt ca. County Judge. 17 V.XOtb SL,Philadelphia t Pa.






LOCAL, LACOMCS. 1 no fever according to the* reports sent Circuit Court Proceedings.FOURTH Bucklen's Arnica Salve. FOR SALE

ont by the Board of Health of Orange DAY TO ADJOURNMENT.In The best salve in the world for cuts, A tract of land on Indian

-Mr.4.. A. Stewart's family started 2o., although it was so published in the case of J. F. Coachman vs. N. bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever county_ of re\-lldJ River lathe ,;1
for short visit. consisting
down'tbe river yesterday a some New York papers. At Enterprise sores,.tetter chapped hands, chilblains, of
C. Bryan, the jury rendered a verdict r acres; it being lot \0. 3, and south
-Try one of :Ray's "My Dick"cent the number of cases have run up to 14 the plaintiff assessing damages at $158. corns and all skin eruptions' and positively of the northeast quarter of section halt

cigars. Best smoke in town for the mon- with two deaths. State vs.J. B.Williams, indicted 1886, cures piles, or no pay requIred.It and lot No. 3, being the i south"es&quU&; .
tried and verdict returned of is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction ter of the northwest
ey-something new. -Last Saturday the Brevard Board of not guilty, quarter or
mail arrived Health came to the conclusion that it and the case against Williams for con- or money refunded. Price 25 cents 36, both in! township 31 south -:
day's heavy yes- box. For sale all in huge
by drug stores
cealed nolle per east. This is
was best to order railway communication weapons prosequi. a"ery desIrable
terday afternoon, for our postmaster to Indian pier ot
State vs.V.. ,, Skinner concealed Titusville, and on River. hammock, soil of rich
distribute and get ready for the south stopped for the present, owing to the report quality, nitabe!
this morning.The of the yellow fever at Enterprise, weapons. Fined $1 and costs. Advice to Mother. for the raisins of all tropical fruits, T.
and rumors of it at Sanford and Osteen. State vs. Chas. W. Lynde, for stealing I Mrs.Wma.ow's8oQmnoo8nupahouId&1war- j situated at the Narrows near Enos po& -
Prohibition-Democratic speak- Prior to Monday morning no definite understanding boat. Sentenced to 6 month's in the be used when children are cutting teeth. It relieves office. Will sell cheap for cash FV
ing will be held this evening at the Court could be agreed on between penitentiary.A. the little lt fererat once;itprodncesnataral, particulars address '
quiet sleepandthelittlecherabawakeeaa"brightas
House. It was deferred from last night. klr. Moran and Mr. Morrow, the latter F. S. Williams, C. J. Hector and a button." It is very pleasant to taste. It K M. LOW
All are invited. President of the County Board of Henry Wise were naturalized as American soothes the ehUd,sottens the gums allaysall pain Sept. 3. Brockton.slay_
regulates the bowels,and is the best known remedy
-Capt. U.. D. Hendrickson was in Health, so the train was ordered not to citizens.In for diarrhoea, whether arising from teething? or
town a few days ago with the schooner return that night, and the action of the the case of G. Cleveland vs. W. R. other causea. Twenty-flTe cents a bottle. GRAND YIEHOW

:Mary B. from Lake Worth, having car- Board was wired to Mr. Moran. Mr. Sanders, the suit teas dismissed.
of bananas aboard.J. Morrow named certain restrictions to the Case of Geo. Harris, for larceny, was TITUS HOUSE '
go Company under which they would be allowed continued, with bond for appearance set TITUSVILLE, FLA.
A. Durst, of Crescent City, the to run to this place, as follows: at $500. -
pioneer well-sinker of the State of Florida That they make the run in the daytime Howard Holmes and Frank Holmeswere TITUSYILLE, FLORIDA. The most centrally
is now operating in Titusville. For ,and not run into Sanford, or stop at fined $1 and costs for carrying concealed taleiHsMiiCiti i ,
information, address box 211. Enterprise or Osteen. Mr. Moran weapons. -0---

-Mr. G. F. Ensey and family left for claimed Mr. Morrow had no authoirty to State vs. Lee Bowen and Leah Monroe, PLEASANT LOCATION. NEW HOUSE. Fll SST CL.L tv

Tropic yesterday, where they will stay say he should not stop at Osteen, and for cohabitation, was compromised and EVERY RESPECT.
for a while on their place, bordering on conceded the other points with the exception dismissed. REASONABLE RATES. Open all the year round. Table lrpa _
of making the entire in State vs. John Thomas and Cora Cald-
the Banana and Indian Rivers. run LARGE, COOL ROOMS.: >sd. Bath Rooms Free.
the daytime The misunderstanding, well was disposed of in same manner.G. .
-Rev. Jas. Bolton will preach on Sun- Rates, $4.50 & 55.3.00 per Day
T. Lambdin fined and
was arranged on Tuesday so that was: $5 costs Special arrangements by the week or
day next at LaGrange school house at The[ train arrived here yesterday for carrying concealed weapons. I SPECIAL RATES: PER WEEK.

11 a. m.; and at Presbyterian Church, ternoon about 4 o'clock. The schedule Lee Bowen was Sentenced to 60 days month. 19 J. .MILLER

Titusville, at 7 o'clock p. m. Subject : will be to leave early in the morning as in the county jail for aggravated assault, ,-Proprietor- -
"Courage." before, and return intheafternoon. This and 30 days for carrying concealed weap- MRS. S. A. SINGLETON, Proprietress. -

-S. H. Ray has orange boxes, also will make a delay of a few hours with ons. INDIAN RIVER ART GALLERY
fertilizer for both orange trees and vege- the mail which is of little consequence Indictments were found against E. H.

tables. Send him your orders at once now in comparison with the .necessity of Purdy, J. F. Lewis, Fred Losley and THE TROPICAL
and be supplied before the quarantine keeping out fever at all hazards.A Howell Titus for dealing iu liquors with-
out license, and also dealing in liquors I PICKEXS TTUNEK,
shuts you progressive euchre party, at the 1
as prohibited by law. All furnished
-Miss Katie Hamilton and her mother residence of Mr. G. M. Robbins, last Friday 1 bond for $500 each for appearance at Ladies' & Gents I IRESTA Photographer,

were in town Tuesday on their way evening, was a pleasant event to all Spring term. These cases were continued -
from Mims to City Point. We learn those who were lucky enough to be pre- on motion of the defendants, againstthe U 1{..1NT.. Views on East Coast and Indian Eiter
that Miss Katie will teach the public sent. Mr. and Mrs. Robbins, assisted by protest of the State's Attorney. a Specialty.Has .

school at City Point this reason. their mother, 1lrs.1.. P. Robbins, had State vs. Jas. Quinn, for larceny. Sen- Near Railroad Depot, the only Authorized 1110x00Ufa
made the nicelv that
arrangements so
The latest advices to-day report no they merited the compliments paid them tenced to 6 months in the penitentiary.The that has ever been made during theirtra'.el
notorious :Peter Reddick Titusville, Flo..lda.sirs. .
burglar -
at Enterprise and no deaths.Tuesday's Orders
new cases by their guests. The game lasted for an by mail receive prompt
sentenced servitude for 20
was to penal !
report at Jacksonville was 32 hour and a half, and was conducted with L. Mackenzie, Proprietress.MEALsl attention. -lM! >>aa.
new cases only three of which were white; years. ---
After this the various
great; vivacity. .
Solomon Dubois, for l larceny, was sen- -
for that there but death. -
day was one prizes distributed and the time A. L. Hatch & Son
were tenced to 6 months in the penitentiary.We I ,
-Messrs. Purdy and Lewis started for about an hour-was passed by some LUNCHES.
down the river with the schooner Ruby excellent pianoforte music and solos by the friends of P. A. McMillan: announce -

Dye, Monday evening, and it is said they our favorite instrumentalists and singers. him as a candidate for County i ._ ._ _. ------ DRY GOODS
intend going down the coast quite a way Mrs. Turner won the first prize for ladies, Commissioner for this the 4th Commis- NOTIONS

to be sure of escaping the yellow fever. its motto being "free trade" on a small sioners district, of Brevard County, to SOUPS, OYSTERS, ICE CREAM, I ,
barrel of fancy confectionery. Dr. Graham be voted for in the side election
on Hardware
and children Crockery, Saddlery,
-Mr. J. H. Foster, wife
first for
won the prize gentlemena the 6th of Nov. next 1888. ,
started Monday morning for Ash- minature doll who had escaped the MANY VOTERS. Stationery, Family Medicines

land, Kentucky, for a few weeks.Indian We quarantine by being stowed away in a Eau Gallie, Oct. 28. 1888. BREAD, CAKES & PIES. Garden SetJs,
Mr. Foster to
hope to see return minature flask, the outward appearanceof
River before the winter has passed away. which would have suggested something Table Board at Reasonable rates. Fami- CHOICE GROCERIES,

The newly-elected town officers were more ardent than lovely. Miss Katie lies served Hay, Corn, Mapes Fertilizers.
duly installed to their new duties on Paddison won the prize for the lady
Monday evening. With the trite old making the fewest number of points- itOYA'fr4wuayT DECIDED HOME COMFORTS CITY POIXT, FLOKIDl.

saying, that a "new broom clean," in imitation of a cigar, which on opening,

in our mind, we expect to see some of contained a number bent pins. Colonel RaQP'IaIGuhteriog ;
the crumbs dusted away at the first few Durst won the prize for the gentleman TIN
meetings.Mr. making the fewest number of points, F 11 ROYAL Itwuie1lletlY .
which is generally termed the "booby"
William Watton, of Haulover, prize, which proved to be a tiny mitten,
was in town yesterday and informs us suggestive of what the young ladies and Metal Work of all Kinds
that it is impossible for to accept would do next time if he does not play ,
the nomination and election of Justiceof
better Mrs. G. M. Robbins
the Peace for that precinct, and while second, we suppose.prize for ladies, which was"protection" I have purchased all the tools of the late firm of D. K. Harrison ,i Co., and will earrr
thanking his friends for their kindnesshe won on the above trade in connection with mv
candy ; this proved to be
desires to decline to run. too soft an article to be handled much BUILDING BUSINESS.

-'Ve return thanks to Mr. F. B. by those present although everyone
Sacket for a fine specimen of the pine- liked a little of it. The editor of the The same energy and attention will be given to this branch a* has been giftD t he I
apple known as the Birds-eye. This STAR won the second prize for gentlemen balance of my business.

variety has a flavor peculiarly its own, entitled, "Antidote for snake pois-
and the rdant'is seldom seen on Indian on"-a miniature flask of the pure Estimates Given and Work Executed in all Parts of the State.

River, as it is a shy bearer it is cultivated article, called aqua denti; but as the ARlil
mainly fora novelty in the line of whole company were strictly prohibition- 26 W. T. COTTER, Sanford, Florida.
pine apples. democrats: he could not safely pass the
flask around for fear of offending some-
-Notwithstanding the yellow fever one (?). Everyone voted the evening an
scare, our well-known real estate dealers, enjoyable one, and hope soon to take WE CALL THE ATTENTIONOf
Messrs. Bobbins & Graham, are still doing part in another progressive euchre party. POWDERAbsolutely
a fair amount of business. Among Mr. and Mrs. Robbins deserve great the people of Indian River to our stock of Good-,

their late land sales was a building site, praise for taking the initiative in starting which we are offering at very close margin.We .
close to the steamboat wharf, at Eau these progressive euchre parties, follow make a specialty of
Gallie, to Messrs. J. O. & C. H. Walton,
ing so closely the late successful party This powder never varies. A marvel of purity,
the consideration being $800.00.A given by Messrs. Durst and Walton atWager's strength, and wuolesomeiieaa. More economicalthan
the kind', and cannot be sold In
ordinary Groceries Grain and Flour
sailboat from New Smyrna arrived Hall. Who gives the next? competition with the multitude of low test short Hay
here this morning bringing the following weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only incan ,
!!. Royal Baking Powder Co.. 10 i Wall Street,
returning residents to our river: Indian River Athleticsso- :Sew York.
Miss Strawbrige: Miss McFarland, :Mr. ciation. On which we will give special inducements. We carry large stock ofGENT'S

R. W. Andrews and Mr Lennon, bound FLORIDA'SFAVORITE ETC
for Melbourne; Mr.and Mrs. Bronson, for Our citizeus have shown an interest in ,

Rockledge; Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Brown; the above organization far beyond the ROUTE. Which we are offering at low figures. Those needing shoes will find it greatly t>
Mr. Frank Forster, and Mr. Rod Grover. expectations of those who have been en- their interest to give us a call as we are selling shoes very low.
Owing to quarantine Monday and gaged in promoting its success, over forty We will be pleased to quote prices at any time.E. .
Tuesday, they came via Smyrna.The names have been added to the roll of Ship your freight to and from all western
cities via. River Junction and "
the I
membership during past ten days.At L. BR..A..D-Y"
anticipated cold wave did notarrive a meeting held on the 24th inst. a
i Florida &
Railway Navigation Company.
until Monday morning which was portion of the constitution and bylawswere =

prognosticated for Saturday last by the adopted, and a committee appointed TilE QUICKEST TIMEIs
signal Service at Washington. The most to have the grounds put in order. ROBBINS & GRAHAM
i positively made by this route. Rates &slow
acceptable blessing to Florida, now would ,
Since the above date several hands have other Direct
as by route.
any your
, be two or three cool nights with good
been at work clearing the lot, and it is shippers in New York and other eastern !v
white frost to out the fever ::
wipe yellow
now in good condition for playing football points to mark your goods in care of the
epidemic, and thus open up our Stateto and other field sports, a horizontal F. R. & N. Co., and have bill of Lading issued -
the travel of our Northern friends bar has also been erected. A meetingwill accordingly 264t REAL ESTATE BROKERS & LOAN AGENTS. ,
who i
want to spend the winter with us. held ,
be to-morrow, (Friday evening)
.. .
-Mr. H.- li. Hersey- who has chargeof in the parlor of the Titus house,at which LOOK AT THAT LAMP! '
the U. S. Signal service, at this place time the adoption of by-laws will be
has recently been promoted from the completed and officers elected. A cor-
rank of private in the U. S. signal corpsto dial invitation is extended to all our No Chimney No Smoke No Odor. LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD.

that of sergeant. This promotion will citizens to be present and especially to The Brilliancy of Gas, with the convenience 24 cent I
Loans First Class at from 12 to per
be a pleasant surprise to his friends, for those who have signified their intentionsto of a Hand Lamp. Saves from 50 to Negotiated on Security

during his stay at Titusville he has won become members or intend to do so, 75 per cent. of oil by actual test. Burns Choice lots in rapidly growing Towns will net investors 100 p* 11
many of them, and it gives us pleasureto a free discussion is desired on the final the lowest grade of kerosene oil with per-- ,
cent. in twelve month
state that in addition to the honor of adoption of by-laws, and a full vote on fect safety, as it is positively non-explosive. !
being a sergeant he secures an increase of the election of officers. The amount saved from chimneys and oil Residence lots in Titusville from $20 up to $1000.

compensation which is more in keeping The following section taken from the for one year more than pays for address Business lots from $250 to $2,l'\l

with the position he holds. by-laws already adopted will explain the For descriptive catalogue, etc..
object of the association to those who are J. P. TURNER, TITUSVILLE. FLA., Lands.
-Mr. G. B. rush of Agents for Florida Southern Railway I
Rumph reports a not informed of its aim. Agent for the WAXZER LAMP CO.,
work in his millinery and dress-making The object of the association shall be for Brevard,Orange and Volusia counties.
department and we would say to the la- to afford its members opportunities for Refers,by permission to Capt. James Pritcbard. More than 3,000,000 Acres of Choice Lands, located in nearly every :
dies of our river that they should cal Pres. L B. Bank ; J. A. Miller Grand View Hotel; and ytgttab
in field and facilitiesfor in the State suitable for Fruit '
and see Mr.Rumph's stock before concluding practice sports G. W. Mackenzie- S. H. Ray, Lewis k Pnrdey and county Farming, Grazing, alld
a to send their orders north, and by physical development which they others. 25 Growing-Pine, Cypress and Cedar Timber, price $1 per Acre
could not secure as individuals without
this means help to build up enterprise much greater WANTED upwards. .
which with the proper patronage will se- Note the charge for membership is P. 0. Box 250 Titusville, Florida.A. .
cure to them all the advantages of a
northern market their doors only $1 per year. A STEAM-LAUNCH 6RANAM.
right at so S.
to speak where they can come individu- WALTER S. GRAHAM, A. STEWART, GEO. M. BOBBINS, WALTER

ally and make their own selections.The Secretary,pro tt1 f' Witt Clerk Circuit Court. Atty. at Law.
Naptha Engine
yellow fever at Enterprise seems Republicans Take Xotice. ANY
to be under control. We have no report The name of the candidate for county CAPABLE OF CARRYING 15 TO 20 BREVARD ABSTRACT OF TITLE COMP ,

of a new case or a death since last of instruction PASSENGERS.
superintendent public on the JJre-
Saturday when Dr. Caven died. Thereare Republican ticket is printed James White Address, giving Dimensions, Price, Complete Abstracts of Title furnished to all land In
plenty of nurses to attend the sick instead of James H. White. Those wishing yard county Florida.
and as the inhabitants are few and spreadover to vote for me will please insert the H. ,etc., to
considerable- territoy everything before depositing their ballots. v. WILSON, Courtney,Merritt's Titles Examined and Perfected.
points to the fact that the disease win JAMES H. Warn Island.

speedily be stamped out. Sanford has Georgiana,_October 30th 1888. '- 24t; Box 25O, Titusville, Fla.



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