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 15, 1888


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
28.591111 x -80.82


Situated on the banks of the Indian River, Titusville in Brevard County was settled in 1867 by a former Confederate officer, Henry Theodore Titus, and his wife, Mary Hopkins Titus. The town was incorporated in 1887, by which time it was already famous for its citrus and pineapple crops. The arrival of the Florida East Coast Railroad in 1892 laid the groundwork for a tourist industry as well. The Florida Star and later the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle provide a diary of these developments. The Florida Star was a weekly newspaper published by P.E. Wagner from 1880 to approximately 1882 and later by S.W. Harmon. On November 1, 1912, the newspaper moved from Titusville to Cocoa, Florida. The Florida Star ceased publication around 1917 and was succeeded in turn by the Indian River Star, which operated until 1920. Another Titusville paper, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle began on July 13, 1900, as a continuation of the Indian River Advocate and East Coast Chronicle; the latter had been preceded by both the East Coast Advocate, edited by W.S. Graham, and the Indian River Advocate. In 1920, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle merged with the Indian River Star and was subsequently published under the title of the Star Advocate.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note:
Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note:
Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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I :;.: VOL. IX. TITUSVILLE. FLA., THURSDAY, NOV. 15, 1888. NO. 30.

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..; l\lIms. Already some very good oysters have Count- Commissioners' Pro- Lake Worth. alter his children and their families had

Mr. W. N. Hendry made a flying trip been brought up, and with abundance of ceedings. Fine weather. arrived. From then on he made this

i to Titusville on Friday. the best of fish we are very well supplied. The Board met, pursuant! to adjournment The Bon Ton came in from the B. I.R. place his home, ami probably did as

r )Ir. John Einig has been shipping his And speaking of fish, the river and creekare on Monday, Nov. 12th. The following on the 29th ult.. much and even more than any other one

; dropped oranges the past week. literally alive with mullet for the members were present: Morrow, man to build up this: place. As he himself -
., last week The :Mary B.came in from the B. I. R. I
or two and when
Mr. W. B. Hammond returned home some preda- chairman ; Sanders, McMillan, Carter used to say, he had been a workerfor
tory fish strikes after them the rush of on the 6th. I
his trip Saturday bringing with and Paine. fifty-five years, and took pleasure infixing
from the mullet is "like the noise of A. E. Heyser received his commissionas
his wife's brother. many wa- ORDER No. 1.-The following bills up his residence, and working on
him ters." Old residents say they have never '- were audited and ordered paid : County Judge, on the 3rd: his place, as he could not stand it to be
Rocker has left Mims
Mr. seen the fish thicker than at present. M. S. Sams............................. $ 2.85 Everything quiet at the election in die, and to-day his place is one of the
and gone to LaGrange for a month to assist Eau Gallie was the point which seem- G. W. Sanderson,..................... 1.25J. spite of three tickets being in the field. best cultivated and finest looking on the

Mr. Johnson Sr. with his vegetable ed last week B. Bowen,........... .............. 3.50 ,
to have attractions for Mrs. lake as result of his industry. It might
garden. great H. B. Archibald..................... 9.75 D. H. Brelsford is having her a
Mr. Geo. Houston first-assistant engineer Wm. Cleveland...................... 1.25J. Palm Beach residence raised and improved. almost be said that he died in harness for

Mr. L. K. Meyers left for Savannah on the White. It was explained satisfactorially D. Hatter........................... 1.25C. though he had complained lately of hav-

Ga., Wednesday morning. He received when we heard that the J. Hector.......................ti... 5.75 F. S. and ing bad spells, and laid it to dyspepsia as
telegram that his wife was very sick at and Miss W. G. Frink.......................... 3.75C. Dewey wife are at present the work
genial George Bulah Kennard cause, he kept at to Friday
W. Bolton......................... 1.25 occupying Geo. Lanehart's Palm Beach up
'that place. had been married. The wedding was I E. W. Bolton ........................ 1.25 residence.W. night, but was taken with a bad spell

Mr. Robert Carlile returned last Tues- strictly private only a few friends being E. B. Wager........................... 146.50E. early Saturday morning and died before
F. Baldwin arrived
day from his trip to Miami. He was present. The ball at Tropic given in Brainerd........................... 1.25J. from Miami on even a doctor could be called. The doctors

footsore and weary after the tramp from honor of the was well attended anda P. Blake.......................... .. 12.00 the 31st, and will probably stay home on his death being due to
groom ... .... .... ... agree
Gustave Snell ... 12.00 long enough to \'ote.Pustmaster .
Lake Worth to Miami and return.A pleasant affair. We congratulate you Jas. Paine.............................. 12.00E. heart disease. He leaves a widow, two

smile can be seen on each vegetable George.Mr. L. Gray.......................... .. 12.00 Gale is not only enjoyingsnap children, Cap E. N. Dimick, of this

'gardener's face since the showers of last Stevenson and his wife who have Henry Wilson........................ 12.00 beans at his own table, but even hasa i place, and Mrs. Albert Geer, of Michigan -
1) W. McQuaig.............. ....... 12.00C. few to sell occasionally.Mail and six to his
week,as it was an excellent time to plant, spent a number of weeks here, on the A. Hentz........ .................. 6.00 grandchildren mourn
and undoubtedly made use of it. sloop Ohio left last week fur Cocoa .. .. .. came in the 3rd instead of the 2nd, loss. A kind husband and father, and a
many Jos. Hurst ..... .... ........... 10.00A.
Some one made a raid on .!Ir. Meyers'\ where they propose to have their boat Bradv............................... 100.00 and did not go out till the 6th, so these good neighbor, his loss will be felt and
trucked to Lake Poinsett and Jas. E. Bowman,..................... 69.90 items are a week behind time. out of respect to his. memory and from
over by
"chicken coop" one night last week, they ........ ............ 5.00 Palm to and with those he
Beach has been respect sympathy
down order
were very considerate, only wanted a passing the St. Johns, escape the ............... ..... 33.70E. a money
start of game chickens, took a rooster and blockade at Enterprise. They were accompanied L. Gray............................. 1.25D. 'office since' Oct. 1st, and should have leaves behind his neighbors all were

three hens. by Messrs. Harry Winters Cain,................................. 1.25 been so reported in these items long ago. present at the funeral which was from

and Alex Montgomery. The party expect Walter J. Knight.................... 1.25 County School Board met on the 3rd, his late residence but his body ,was in-
Eau Gallle Items. G. B. Snell,............................. 1.25B. terred on the grounds of his son, Capt.
to remain in Sanford for the win- R. Wilson,.......................... 1.25J. appropriated $175 for the West Side
The election passed off quietly at this ter. Mr.\ Witers expects his brother from C. Norwood........................ 1.25C. School, and hired Geo. S. Rowley as E. N. Dimick, the service being con-

point. England about Dec. 1st. J. Young,........................... 5.25J. teacher. ducted by Mr. V. O. Spencer. For kind

Rev. Mr. Prince and Mrs. Olmstqad F. 'V ooten,... ...................... 1.25 services rendered by many of the neighbors -
A reached last week Miss
rumor our ears N. N. Penny,.......................... 4.25 Susie F. Brown, the east side schoolteacher the family tender their heartfelt
paid Titusville a visit this week. (Tuesday) that a sale had been made O. F..Laney,........................... 9.60 arrived from City Point on the thanks.

Jno. H. Mellor went up the river on here. It has since been confirmed by James Paine. ....... ................. 1.25J. 31st ult. School, it is understood, will SAM.

the sloop, Vixen, and returned on Satur- ,others, but not having conversed with P. Blake............................. 1.25 open on the 5th. ..
A.J. Whitlock,........................ 12.00 Micco.
day last. I either of.thepartie to transaction our E. B. Arnold.......................... 12.00 It is understood that V. 0. 'Spencer Fine weather and
r Jno. McAllister has placed a neat wire : information is not 'official." It is said T. E. Richards........................ 12.00 withdraws from the race for J. P. in favor growing m consequence -

fence around his property near the that Mr. Walter J. Nesbitt, of Micco, has Chas. Majrruder...................... 12.00 of J. C.Hoagland,the present incum- all are busy gardening.Mr. .
the interest of O. C. Heasley Chas. H. Nauman,................... 12.00 : Williamson is clearing more land.
bought bent and
mouth of the Eau Gallie river. Oliver & Budge...................... .85 the Fleming Club nominee.E. He Mrs. W. home in few
in the hard business and in the build expects a days,
Messrs. A. R. and H. U. Hodgson, in ware Joyner & Booth...................... 3.50J. M. Brelsford is again confined to
their steamer Kathleen, paid :Mr. and ing occupied by Messrs. Fee & Heasleyfor C. Hendry......... ................ 10.00 his bed through the effects of the injury then there will be a happy man and a
that purpose and that Mr. and Mrs. Lincy L. Carlton.................... 336.37 lively whistler; yes, and singer, too.
Mr?. Nesbitt, Micco, a visit last week. Heasley.will return north in the spring. Benj. Jerome.......................... 1.25 his back received last spring. lid's: many Election week was quite exciting to

)lr. and Mrs J. O. Walton are awayon S. R. Michael......................... 1.25 friends all wish him a speedy and perma
a visit to Mr. and Mrs. W. Wilson, They will be missed by many in the Walter Kitching..................... 8.75 nent cure. our little settlement, and Mr. Mitchell,

place. Harry. Roberts. ......................... 1.25 the Signal Service officer here, was kept
Courtney, and other friends on Indian We hear that Mrs. E. M. Campbelland A. L.. Hatch........................... 1.20H. Charlie Ernest is carrying the mail on quite busy telling the latest reports.

BiYer. S. Black........................... 2.75 the Jupiter and Hypoluxo route, at present -
her sister Miss H. Allen to sail Messrs. A. R. and H. U. of
The Vixen to the were E. B. Arnold.......................... 6.25 while A. llendrickson is staying at Hodgson
sloop, belonging
Messrs. on their return trip to Melbourne on R. .C. ::May.......................... .. 1.25 home and putting. in a little work on hishomestead. Eau Gallie, made a run down here last
Gleason, has changed hands. and Nov. 8th. Miss Allen's house is completed W. P. Arnold........................... 1.25U. I week and stayed at Mr. Nesbitt's over

will now be in command of Mr. Young, and i is a very neat, comfortable cot F. Laney........................... 2.00J. night. There is nothing like having a
of Eau Gallie. F. Bergin,........................... 1.25 P. Lennon arrived from Miami Oct.
.#. tage, looking very well from the creek. W. N. Hendry,...........;........t..... 12.00 27th, and took a run to Jupiter Oct. steam launch when you want to "visit
The steamer, Kathleen, Capt. Harry The frame of Dr. DuBose' winter homeis Charles Hammond.................. 12.00 up friends at a distance. --

Hodgson in command, made the usual up and being rapidly enclosed. We Walter Kitching,..........->.......... 12.00J. 30th, but game back again the 1st, and Election week is to be rememberedhere

trip from Tropic to Melbourne and return bear plans have been received here for a H. Swain..................:........ 12.00 headed down the lake, all on political the first child born in the
Saturday last. Thomas H. Sanders................. 12.00J. purposes bent. as was
on cottage for Capt. Chas. T. Clayton, super- H. Swain........................... 12.00P. settlement. The happy parents are Mr.
Mr. Jno. H. Sams, Superintendent of intendent of the Eclipse Oil works at A. McMillan,...................... 34.50J. LakeV'orth precinct gave Harrisonand and Mrs. V. Harris, late of Kansas. The

Public Instruction for Brevard county, Olean N. Y. Capt. Clayton spent a few i M. Sanders......................... 12.50 I Morton 34, Cleveland and Thurman boy is growing so fast that he promisesto

passed the Sunday in Eau Gallie. He is days here last winter, and was so well Jas. Paine,............................. 5.00 I 27 ; Shipman 32, Fleming 30; Mellor 24, be big enough to vote at next election.
Henry Collier........................ 5.00 Hardee 35. Full report will be given on
the different with that he
making a business tour through pleased our place bought a The new President may have the honorof
school districts of the county. lot near the Carleton, and also a tract of ORDER :No. 2.-Ordered that the certi- county ticket as! 'soon as other precinctscan having a namesake down here.
ficate of Alex. Bell be taken and be heard from.
Graves Melbourne up a
land from at
One of our citizens, Mr. Geo. Houston, Major Mr. Latham has his windmill in run-
: Beach. new certificate be issued, to the amountof Assessor A. F. is
County Quimby now
second son of Capt. John Houston, was ning order, with his piping laid, but no

married on Monday, the 5th inst., to a The S. V. White which went up to 1238. stopping at Mrs. Elizabeth :Moore's. In hydrants. The sanitary authorities are

niece of the Rev. Mr. Prince, of this Daytona to bring down 1lot of hands ORDER No. 3.-Ordered that there spite of Miami, etc., Mr. Quimby's booksare holding on to them, fo likely they will

place. The wedding was quiet, only a to work on the railroad from Jupiter to shall be interest-bearing warrants issued all right and made out in strict accordance be fumigated like the railroad iron. :Mr.

i few of the near relations of the bride and Lake Worth arrived here at 1 a. m. Sun- to the amount of $968, bearing 6 percent with the law. If the. Collector L. would run the risk of those microbes

groom being present, so far as your cor day. We believe about 90 were expected interest, for quarantine purposes, can't understand them give him a coursein sticking to anything so homely if he had
payable April 1st, 1889.
respondent could learn. but only 29 were secured as we are book-keeping them to finish up his irrigation system
ORDER No. 4. Ordered that C. J.
I TRUTH.Melbourne. told. The reports spread by those who According to call, the, Republicansheld before more planting.Our .
Schoonmaker be and he is
& time hereby appointed Hotel Lake Worth the
returned from Jupiter some ago a meeting at
"go-aways" are wishing to returnto
Inspector of Beef in and for the
have been 29th ult. with H. P. in the
however false they may un- Capt. Dye
Mrs. Gibbs, Misses Helen and Jennie Commissioners' District :No.3, of said us, but the quarantine is too much for
influence. Chair and Geo. S. Sec. The
doubtedly may have had some Rowley
Miller arrived on Tuesday, and Mr. county, described as follows : All that them to face. "Jack Frost" has had
They omitted in every instance, we know following ticket was put in the field :
Gibbs is correspondingly happy.Mr. portion of Brevard county lying betweenthe : much to do in making them all wish
of to mention that each one of the runaways For Representative Willis Bessie, of I for their Indian River homes. We will
Add Morrison left on Friday last run in debt at the commissary as township line dividing townships Waveland; County Judge, A. E. Heyser
be welcome them back and think
for 23 and 24 on the north and townshipline I glad to ,
Rockledge and :Mr. Will Hitching
and in of Lake Worth Clerk F.
far as they were allowed to, every ; County A.
winter has
leaves this week the where dividing townships twenty-six and .i surely come. They certainly
for same place
instance forgot to settle, their little ac Quimby, of Lake Worth ; Sheriff Sam-
they have several contracts in the paint twenty-seven on the south,provided,how missed a lively mosquito season. The"stayathomes"
counts. Other reasons for scarcity of uel Rhoads, of Miami ; Tax AssessorJ.J.
that thejurisdiction of said inspector were thankful it was
ing line. ever, ,
be White of Palm Beach Tax Collector
hands are, the immense orange crop to ; and not microbes.
in said district shall extend further east
Now we are neither a fire-eater nor a secured and packed, requiring a great Will Brickell, Jr. of :Miami ; County &
than the of Indian River
fire-Mrorshipper,but more inclined like the number, and free rations at points infected east boundary Treasurer,Chas. Siebold,of Miami; County At )) Land James Atkinson and R :M.
in said .
ancient Peruvians to be a sun-worship- by yellow fever have great attractionsfor I county. Supt. of Instruction, E. Gale, of Lake Donald, of Enterprise appeared on the
ORDER No. 5. Ordered that the
t-j' per, why even "the crested waves lift up those who can get to them, the dread report Worth ; County Surveyor, Geo. Potter streets Friday morning. They were
of Road Commissioners for District
.t.... their heads, each shouldering his smile," disease having few terrors for those who of Figulus ; For Justice of the Peace, 2nd compelled to leave town immediately.
No. 17 be laid for future action.
And they lifted them rather high on Sunday are considered as enjoying practical im- over District, V. O. Spencer; Constable 2nd Atkinson said that there had been no
I ORDER :No. 6. Ordered that the
munity from its dangerous form. Those peti- District, William Melton. The County yellow fever at Enterprise, and that the
tion of N. N. Pennv and others be received -
The election passed oft"very quietly who stayed to work on their jobs we are Executive Committee consists of CaptH. whole thing was a grab game to get mon-
and placed on file. That the sum of
; here, there were no drunken men, or disturbance informed are making from $1.75 to $2.50 P. Dye as Chairman, Geo. S. RowleySec.
$25 be allowed and that the Chairmanof
of any kind, and very little and even $3 per day. Road Commissioners of Precinct No. both of Lake Worth, J. J. White, of Patlatka, between 12 and 3 o'clock

:: talk. One or two bets were made on the Melbourne has also had an event of the 14 draw the same. Palm Beach, Willis Bessie, of Waveland, Wednesday afternoon. some one enteredthe

vote for president. The result in the same kind. We allude to the marriageof ORDER No. 7.-Ordered that the and Will Brickell. Sr. of Miami. Aftera clerk's office at the court house and

t State and county seemed to be conced- Mr. R. W. Andrews, and Miss E. Sheriff be, and he i!) hereby instructednot : little other routine business the Con walked off with the ballot box of precinctNo.

ed by all.After to allow the chairs belonging to the vention adjourned, subject to the call 15 of the city of Palatka. This box
Though entirely unex-
Court-house to be loaned for any purpose of the County Executive Committee.
i contained 150 majority for the Republicans.

7 the warm close weather of Fri- pected, the friends of both parties. were whatsoever.

!: day last, and the rain of Saturday, the taken somewhat by surprise, as they had motion I On Saturday Oct. 27th, the citizens of Mr. Hargrove, the clerk, says that

. a. <*x>l bracing north wind and the sun- calculated to give the happy couple a Lake Worth were called upon to pay he cannot account for its disappearance.The .

s shine of Sunday were most delightful. pleasant send off.. As we understand, it at granted the north on Aug.line 6th of, 1888 lot 4,, commencing and runningon their final respects to another one of our boxes were all, together on the floor

t -: We noticed many people who acted as if was on account of the death last springof section line south to section 10 be rescinded oldest citizens, the second one who has near the door, and he thinks it was: slip

H was cold, with the thermometer at 60 the brother of the bride, that the wed- and that the road, as laid out died in the past two years. Moors Wellington ped out while his back was turned. The

The sunshine was glorious,and the south- ding was very quiet only three or four and worked, be established 11 DistrictNo. Dimick was born on Sept. 4th stealing of the box will have no effect on I

ern side most comfortable. I friend being present. Inability to attend I 13. 1818being a native of New York State; the result of the election or in the canvass
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t ii Our enterprising market man, Mr. D. the ceremony however does not pre at the age of twelve he moved with his of the vote. But in case the Democrats
. A man chuck full of enthusiasm, buta should ask for a recount,they could
W. of the from to St. Joseph County, Mich.
the friends parties parents ,
McQuaig, we hear, has made a contract vent many little uncertain about his equilibrium, i
,;;. with Mr. Coleman, of LaGrange tendering their congratulations. May stopped by the St. Augustine News office where he resided for thirty-nine years, not have it, so would have nothing to

for a full supply of beef, and will have prosperity and happiness beam ever on Tuesday night and waving his hat cried and where he was married ; from there to be governed by but the tally shee.

I this winter both Northern and Florida your path and your lives be tranquil as out: "Rah for Clarrison and Heave- be moved with his family to Iroquois This being the case, it looks very muchas
t land, and Thorton and. Murman! I vo- if the stealing of this box was more a
beef calm 111. and lived there
in sunset County seven
fresh pork, mutton, chicken, veni our beautiful'river are ted for 'ejn all (hie), an' I've lived here years, *
.; IOn, etc Verily this is a great advance the.wishes of thirty-seven years and I'm thirty-seven and then came,to this country,he and his benefit to the Republicans than to the

from_two years ago.l U. D'Oxonu. yet." wife arriving here Oct. 1876, a few days Democrats.THE .

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'. '-t" '> / THE FLORIDA STAR THURSDAY NOV. 15, 1888.
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I The Italian of London. THE DREADED SIMOOM., to See-that performance, and -tIn .11y' TOO MUCH FLESH.A .
A SERENADE., saw it. The geese-did just as the man

The recent investigations, and the Its Generation and the Terrible Incident said, they would. When a goose got Question Which Troubles the Fat ji
Como out to the side of the sea my love. facts brought to light concerning Italian orW
of Its Career. thirsty he walked up to his neighbor and What Doctors Say.
Come out to the side of the sea; how
immigration, suggest to me com- The most remarkable of the hot winds drank out of the gourd on hb
The sun is set and the stars are met. little that have colonized coolly Probably no question of personal
And the winds and the waves agree; paratively race is the Simoom (sambuli, samun, shelook, neck.Atlanta Journal. hygiene has occupied .o much atte-ntion'
But the star so bright nor wave so light here in proportion to some of the greater
etc.), the violent whirlwind, with or from laymen or laywomen as the
Brings pleasure or to me. European cities and particularly London question -
without sand, which affects the desert The Ingenuity of Tfomanfclnd. how to avoid
0 come, for I sit and wait, alone where, in certain quarters, they : growing fat. Doctors
On the rocks by the side of the sea! have successfully besieged and ousted its of Africa and southwestern Asia. The A story was told the other day that we think, as a rule take little interest in

down in former inhabitants alf taken possessionof great heat of the soil passing into the at- admirably exemplified the ingenuity of it as long as it docs not result in some
I am going my memoryTo
blessed mosphere causes an appreciable expan- womankind. It was told by a well known form of illness. About the inconvenence
the long ago. their tenements with slow though cer- -
When the eolden ground of the buttercups tain acquisition. The settlement in Lon- sion and lightening of the latter, resultingin dock man as he was taking a trip around of being fat there b generally little -

Was dashed with the daisies'snow. the formation of small cyclonic dis Grand Island the other afternoon. They use in consulting them. Until within
don is bounded on one side by Saffron
And I'm thinking' of all you said to me. street turbances. The surrounding atmosphere, had no end of trouble in trying to keep about twenty-five years the fat people, if
Hill and the other that
if on by a
were ,
And it true or no.
in the never ceasing natural struggle to for at the water tho
cups drinking purposes we may use expression lie down
While 1 watch the tide as it runs away is familiar to the Londoner who takes an
maintain an equilibrium rushes in to fill coolers the Periwinkle last under their fat.
From the beach so black and low. occasional prowl about out of the way on summer, opinion that fatness
the vacated by the expanded air, said he. "The in irremediable
Leather Lane Black Hill space captain was despair. was was: in fact widely
If I should die my love, my sweet. places as and in its turn undergoes the same process He had tried chaining the cups but the diffused. Mrs. Fanny Kenible ued to
Summer and street hill for
Die of smile forlorn. street Eyre (
your until at last there is a powerful cur- broke the chains. in her
women even Finallythe say, grand manner that "when
Bury me here by the side of the sea. you see I have memory), are all included -
Where all my joy was born. in its precincts and are all overcrowded rent drawn into the vortex, frequently engineer hit upon a bright and there was a constitutional tendency to

Where the waves shall make my lullaby with faced bringing with it quantities of 'loose sand, novel plan. 'I tell you what to do,' he fat, no diet, nor exercise, nor sorrow

And the winds from night to morn swarthy venders< organ and the cyclone then becomes visible- said. 'Just prick a hole through the bottom would avail."

Shall say 'o the rocks "He has" gone to sleep grinders, ice cream ragpickers, huge columns of sand whirling round of each cup. That will make them Since she took this view however, a I i
Where all his joy was,born. picturesque olive skinned women and
-Alice Gary. dirty faced children. Wrinkled old and moving forward at the same leak so that it will be impossible to carry great change has come over what we

crones in attire exchange salutations time. The air, already very dry them to the upper deck.' The captain may call the fat world. Fat people re-

Ashes of the Dead.I through the gay windows of the dilapidated before the simoom originated, was delighted, and immediately ordereda fuse any longer to accept their fatness aslopeless.

have German friend an artist, and filthy houses that line these narrow now becomes still more so from lot of new cups, which were carefully They deny that any portion of r '
the of the dense cloud of dust. bored. Then the made himself the human has been
whose father was for many years one of thoroughfares. Nor does the masculine presence engineer family set apart by ; :

the best known professors of his specialtyin element lounging about the doorways entirely Away goes the storm across the desert; ready to smile at the passengers' discom Nature as tho prey of obesity. This
at first it is seen as a low haze on the fiture. The first that tried due ,
this city. He had a shop in a central discard its native dress:: as it does person carry- great awakening was in a large de- 4

district and sold philosophical instru here The men cling to their poniards, horizon but quickly spreading the cloud ing water upstairs was a small boy, who tree to the celebrated Banting, an immensely !

ments of a special class in whose con to rudely embroidered cloaks and waistcoats advances sometimes slowly, sometimes tested every cup and finally gave up the fat man, who, by greatly reducing .
he rapidly the tall pillars being visible a attempt. hb weight by confining himself
struction and application was an ex and wear felt hats tilted to one I I Ito
pert. He died a couple of years ago. I side and adorned now and then with a long way off darkening the atmosphere, I I "The engineer chuckled and hugged nitrogenous food, filled all fat people 1 ;

recently called on my friend and spent faded feather. The blades and bringing with them great destruction.In himself in diabolical glee at the suc- with the anticipation of a better day. LIIiTens

the evening with him and his widowed amuse themselves with younger all manner of the whirl the wind blows with the I cess cf his scheme, but a school girl of thousandsfollowed hb example. .

mother. A portion of our conversation curious games, though I have never observed force of a hurricane hills of sand are : fooled him just the same. Sho came I and cut down their size \. Unfortunately -

turned upon the dead professor, and sev- among them the mania for tossing taken up. and are either scattered or are down humming an air from Erminie,' he died very soon after he

eral times I noticed that the widow or pennies for which sport our little again gathered into new hills whereverthe filled up the first cup she got hold of and became lean, and a panic spread through r

the son in alluding to 'papa," as they bare headed lazzarone bootblacks seem storm chooses to deposit them so started. The engineer's delight was getting ib followers.- Distrust about the effectof i
that the desert is dotted with frequently bounds when he the his the health
called him with tender affection, motioned to have such a passion. beyond saw system on general be

toward a simple terra cotta urn, The shops of this odd Italian colony of shifting sand ranges. Under these are water streaming along the floor. The gan to gain ground. Many jieople suffered -

locked behind the glass door of a hand- London, too, are as much in keeping buried whole caravans of traders, travelers girl saw it, too, and stopped short. severely in strength and spirits by

some cabinet in the corner of the wall.I with the race as are those of the Chinese and even armies. The simoom is She sized up the leak and then, going following hb regimen too strictly and it
supposed to have annihilated: the armiesof back to the cooler refilledthe fell into less discredit. It would
learned later that the urn held the ashes quarter in New York. The fancy stores deliberately more or

of.the dead,.man, who had been crematedby display various objects of native manufacture Sennacherib and of Cambyses. cup, put her finger over the leak and now be as bard to find an original out-
So terribly dry is the air in these storms carried the of stairs in tri- ind-out of of Pries--
his own request, and that it was the earrings, beads images of devotion cup water up disciple Banting as
intention of the mother to have her own cheap looking trinkets and silken that it is:: fatal vegetation, while the umph. That was the maddest engineerI nitz, the hydropathist. Hahnemann,

ashes mingled with his, when the time kerchiefs of brilliant hue. The grocer density of the dust cloud makes it almost ever saw, but instead of getting angryI the hom opathist. But many still follow -

should come and both buried together. exposes for sale yards of dusty macaroni, impossible for human beings to breathe. roared when he told me of it, and said: him in a slight degree, by eschewing

Alfred Trumble in Pittsburg Bulletin. lengths of crusty bread and red, yellow This gives rise to the idea that the wind 'Score one for the girl. Bless the dear butter, eating but littlo bread and pota-

and liquids in clumsy bottles sealed contained a deadly poison; hence the things, anyhow. No matter how hard toes and sticking steadily to lean meat. I
Arabic simoom, signifying a poisonouswind how often to fool them If his and hat had :
Million of Wooden Toothpicks.The with wax. As a rule, be it said to their or a man may try teachings example
American is a great consumer of credit, these fellows of the London Italian ; but it is no more poisonous than it is the girl who comes out ahead. Say no effect at all, however, it would have l lpro'r'oo
any other wind, its fatal qualities being what mind to there that the fat less
much I you are a they get people were \: en-
toothpicks. 4He not only picks his teethin quarter are more peaceable
the excessive and the '
simply dryness "
time. -Buffalo News. and than other civilized
terprising energetic -
than those here. mind their every
private, but he does it in public, and : They own
of fine sand with which it is
quantity :: in
men our day They
ever are. refused 1-
perhaps finishes by chewing up the business, and the weapons so conspicu- I
loaded. The temperature of the air has consider failure
in their belts "School Treats" of England. to Banting's as
wooden Implement. To supply the mil ously displayed are ne'r'ermlde
been known to rise to 133 dcgs. and its
final. declined the doc-
of the The school treats are one of the nice They to accept r
lions of toothpicks used every year, in- use ; certainly to extent
desiccating effect is in dried "
seen up tor's advice to "let well alone. 1
that in New York all events. rich people in England take to enough
genious machines of great productive they are at ways
mouths and nostrils in skin cracking
continued their demand that obesity
-John Preston Beecher in New York spend their All the teachers and They -
power have, been invented. Like all money.
intense thirst and difficult breath-
painful should be treated disease anda t:
as a ,
News. scholars in a London parish school are
other businesses, the toothpick business
ing and inability to sleep. The timo occupied t'
invited to the seat of the giverof cure found for it. Accordingly every-
has its combination, but a Maine inventor
t in varies be-
The Largest Tree in America. passing a given spot few a new fat doctor on I
has set out to break it with a machine the treat, and every effort is made to years appears
Mr. Warren who has the tween a few minutes and twenty or hs scene, and the quacks fill the intervals ,
that makes 0,000,000 picks a day. And seen big render the holiday a pleasant and mem- up
of those of the Tree twenty-four hours, the blast leaving be- with tho sale of moro or less l
he is making a new machine that trees Mariposa, Big orable one for the children. I was engaged -
Grove in Calaveras and all the hind it unmistakable evidence of the pathit deadly specifics. No great was : ;
will produce 72,000,000 a day. Green, county, to assist in entertaining nearly a progress
clear, straight grained birch and maple big trees of the coast range, says there is has traveled. The hot parching air of thousand boys and girls at a school treatgive made, however, until Bismarck became

in no place in California a tree that approaches the simoom, almost as soon: as the breath by Col. North the South American. dissatisfied with his fat, and caHl for a
wood is used and after steaming for several I ji ,
out of the and before -
is. body decomposition who could relieve him of it. t
in size that the Kaweah. physician
on He had a special train and the
hours it is easily cut into veneers, or ,
thin strips of wood with the grain run- The men had with them no rule, tape I has time to set in, causes the flesh children came in the care of their teachers This physician appeared in the person of I
to lose all its firmness and consistency
ning across. These veneers are pliable line or measure of any kind, but Mr. and were accompanied by the curateof a certain Dr. Schweniger, who cut down t

and wound up on large spools, 100 feet Warren measured the tree with his rifle, I that it drops or may be taken off the the parish. A generous lunch was the chancellor's weight to such an extent t

on each and from the spools they are which is four feet in length. lIe foundit bones easily. provided, and it was nice to see the that; he had him nominated to a professorship I

fed into the pick machine, which cuts ,to be forty-four lengths of his gun in I A party of officers sleeping on the roof hostess and a bevy of pretty young in the faculty of medicine in the
of Gen. Jacob's house Jacobabad thus
them into picks with wonderful rapidity. circumference at a point as high above at .. women, with big white housekeepingaprons ?! Berlin university and insisted on list appointment ; .
recount their experience of the simoom: in the teeth of tho
the ground as he could reach. The top on opposition
-Good Housekeeping.Mental lJUSilyemployed. spreading
of the tree has been broken off, but it is "They were awakened by a sensation of butter, making sandwiches cutting up I of the other doctors, who had either never :

still of immense height. suffocation and an exceedingly hot, oppressive big masses of wholesome cake. heanl of Schweniger before or beard t

and Bodily Overwork. This monster tree stands in a small feeling in the air, while at the The affair lasted from 10 a. m. to 5 what was bad. To the argument that: '
The London Lancet says that mental basin near the Kaweah, and is surroundedon same time a powerful smell of sulphur m. There were all sorts of and ho had won no distinction in tho profession t
and bodily overwork is the most general pervaded the atmosphere. On the following games the that he bad taken
all sides by a wall of huge rugged the never to be omitted Punch and Judy answer was
and the least regarded form of illness in rocks. There is so much brush in the morning a nnmber of trees in show. Air balloons were sent and fifty or sixty pounds off the princeshugo :
this age. Its treatment ;requires that due the garden were found to be withered in up frame. accordingly :
vicinity that the little valley in which the every child received a toy of some sort. Schweniger
attention be paid to the two great essentials a remarkable manner. It was as if a r
became fatness,
big tree stands is almost inaccessible. A The band music and it rapidly an authority on
country supplied ,
of timely rest and wholesome diet. current of fire about twelve yards in
landmark and a notable feature of the was great fun to see the importance of and tho pamphlet containing hb systemis
A man, says The Laucet, may work on breadth had passed through the gardenin
sold tens of thousand
landscape is an immense rock known asHomer's the bandmaster as he fussed about withan by
a liberal scale, provided ho will interruptits a straight line, singeing and destroy-
Nose. This rock stands on a air of Her The well known Dr. Yeo, of London
great importance. lady-
continuity by timely and adequate intervals mountain that has an elevation of from ing every green thing in its course. En- ship, the hostess was treated like a discusses this system in The Nineteenth
of rest, and will eat heartily of: tering on one side and passing out on the
8,000 to 9,000 feet above the level of the queen by him and everybody else. Some Century. It ought to bo said en passantthat ;
plain food. So long as appetite and sleep other, its path was as defined as the
sea. The rock itself is about five hun time during tho afternoon all the Schweniger's: cure is claimed also by
are" impaired, there is little danger of course of a river." Professor Oertel of ) who
dred feet in height. It is visible above children were for says
grouped a photograph,
overwork but the failure of either is na the pine forests from Tulare valley. The Palgrave was overtaken by one of and then they marched off for tea in a ho discovered it, but this avails him little,

ture's warning signal that the strain must small valley in which the big tree standsis these scourges in northern Arabia. After big tent. The curate said grace and the because he did not treat tho chancellor.

be relieved.Youth's Companion. mile of Homer's Nose. some preliminary remarks on the advance maintains that the chief
a or two east good things soon disappeared. I found Schweniger
About it are many giant trees several of the simoom, he proceeds: "So these children to and cause of fat among men as among ani-
very easy
A Very Peculiar Ailment. I larger than the big trees of :Mariposa. dark was the atmosphere and so burning they invariably laughed in the right mals b eating too much no matter of ,
No complaint is so common among Lower down the Kaweah is what is the heat that it seemed that hell had place which cannot always be said of what, and drinking too much even of j

the negroes as that of -palate down"an called the Giant Forest. At this place a risen from the earth or descended from I oider people.-New York Herald Inter- water, at one's meals, but especially of
ailment which regular practitioners above. But at the moment when the central
colony of Socialists have taken up ten view. wine beer and s Dirit." The
do not recognize. This b speedily cured square miles of timber land. On their worst of the concentrated poison blast principle cf this system b, that uul*

The patient, after swallowing large dosesof land are many trees that are from twelve was coming round we were already prostrate Newspaper Enterprise in China. j'ou1ivo by muscular toil you must cut

salt water, seats himself upon the to eighteen feet in diameter. The mountain one and all within the tent, with Consul Hughes sends home from down tho quantity you tit and mast

floor; his medical adviser searches dili- the trees the our heads well wrapped up, almost suffocated drink but little if with meals.
men say big ( sequoia) II Shanghai some interesting notes on news- any your
gently for the lock o( hair growing in are a cross between the red wood and the indeed, but safe, while our paper enterprise in China. In addition Of course he has minor rules and wakes

the center of the crown; finding it, be fir.-Virginia City Territorial Enterprise. camels lay without like dead, their long I to religious and illustrated periodicals distinctions between different articIts of

gives a pull, a mighty pull brings the necks stretched out on the sand, await- I there are two daily newspapers-the Shen food, but to him quantity b the! gnat
palate into position, and the lock of hair ing the passing of the gale.
A Simple efficient. Filter. Pao and Hu Pao-published in Chineseat enemy of the obese. After him cornea a
often entirely out. After having once "We remained thus for ten minutes, certain Ebstein who also has hb system.
Dr. F. A. Castle, of New York, thus Shanghai. The Shen Pao has a daily ,
undergone this ordeal of "pallit raisin', during which a still heat, like that of a which differs from both Banting's andSchweniger's
i describes, in a letter to The New York circulation averaging 12,000 to 13,000
the patient rarely has a return of themalady.IIarper's red hot iron slowly passing over us was
that to
but all three
I Medical Journal, a simple, and, as he i copies. During the Franco-Chinese war, agree
Bazar. alone to be felt. Then the tent walls
claims, efficient filter: "For a long time its articles being written by patriotic be lean you must greatly reduce your
began again to flap in the returning
I have used in my butler's pantry a simple Chinese to suit the popular taste, the circulation consumption of the carbohydrates of
Drease* for Yo"unj Princesses.The I gusts and announced that the worst of
contrivance for filtering water usedon i increased to 18,000 copies daily. starchy things.
common sense idea of dressing the table, which has been so serviceable the simoom had gone by. My comrades Cheap as the paper is (less than a halfpenny Germany b the country where the

children with a view to their health and at the same time so inexpensive appeared more like corpses than livingmen ), it is often sold after perusal, most vigorous fight with fat b carriedon
rather than their looks! has received and so. I did I. How- interest
suppose most
a that I venture to recommend it. I sometimes changing hands more than and where fat cures excite
noteworthy exemplification at the !ands] ever, I could not forbear, in spite of it b said to tho great
took an ordinary glass pharmaceutical once during the day, and it is then owing, ,
of their highnesses of Sp ii in. Some warnings, to step out and look at tho result in part of
: percolator, and packed the outlet with bought by Chinese postoffice employes, prevalence of obesity, a
dresses recently made for the camels; they were still lying flat, as the of beer and in part
absorbent cotton so tightly that the water who send it to the interior whero steamers consumption ,
princesses were simple iittle frocks of though they had been dead, and the air doubtless the and heartiness
could only flow in drops By means of cannot reach. The circulation of of frequency
French muslin, pure white, with tucks was yet darkish, but before long it of the meals. Accordingly tho number -
the Hu Pao is
a piece of copper wire for a bale, it was also stated to be consider-
above the hem and rows of perpendicular I I suspended from a hook on the lower side brightened up to its usual dazzling clear- able, especially in this province. Both of people who go to the various baths

insertion above that. The bodices were I of one of the pantry slfclves, over the ness. During the whole time the simoom these newsjuipers; although owned by; for simple corpulency b very large.
of a piece with the skirts which wero lasted the atmosphere" entirely free for this class by
I shelf of the sink. As often as necessary, foreigners are, we are assured, bona Oertel makes provision :
from sand or dust, so that I hardly know w
provided with invisible tucks to kt them walks,
water is poured into the percolator, and I fide organs of educated Chinese public prescribing carefully graded
how to account for its singular obscur- the
down as the children grow.ChiclciO the water pitcher is placed under the out- opinion. In international questions they; which the ascent will stimulate
I ity.Conhill Magazine.An .
News. let. Whenever the cotton shows much do not always take the foreign side, but heart's action and strengthen it. t

discoloration-a thing which is easily observed their influence, Mr. Hughes tells us bon All the masters agree that it is m: nJythl'Qugh

Fishing In China. owing to the percolator being of Amusing Goeso' Story."When' the whole exerted in favpr of progress its effect on the heart that tax

Curious and. ingenious are some of the glass-the maid replaces it with fresh absorbent I was in Alabama, between and civilization.-London News. becomes dangerous. If you surrmwdyour

Chinese contrivances for catching fish. cotton. It.b in all respects the Porter's Gap and Millerville," said a heart thickly with fat; you impedo

In Swatow is i used a shallow boat on most practical and cheapest filter I knowof gentleman living in Atlanta, "I came to Photographs have been taken by tht its working, and it gradually grows

one, side of which is a r.nrumplank and has no machinery to get out of a country place where a man was drivingten light from a fireplace weaker, and then some fine day *anti***

painted white, which ii tin- !::<'<"-.light order, no patent right to carry, and the or twelve geese from a branch towarda .. you have. put a little more fat on it

the fish mistake for wafer and ju..:: over advantage over most filters that the altering cotton pach. 'For heaven's sake. ,' call on it for extra exertion, it stops rand
itintdtheboat. At Nh:;*ioci,-:..sirantsare medium is always under observation, said I, 'what is it you have on the necksof a Heavy Eater. down you go. Fat does not greauytrouble

systematically trained tt C: li. whileat so that there is little risk of contamination those geese?* ..!'hose'are gourds, full Contrary to oft expressed criticism, the young and active in any
Icliang a wild auunul.I ,,": .. the Mr. Beecher was not a heavy eater. This in middle Me, exercise
r : a of the water by accumulations of of water. I drive these geese into that countrv. It is when,
I otter, is: trained not to 2i. :.::: to fil h."Science cotton patch and keep them there all day was particularly true of the last years of begins to be distasteful but the

frighten the fish into :.iL .. .'' his life. When he first came to Brpok- ever it
nels.- : -u\ weeding out the cotton. There is no appetite remains as good as "vr

Traveler. water in the cotton patch, and I have to lyn he enjoyed, very heartily late suppers comeson people like astroas.manarmea,
The Bank of Euglau'-i an was and it his ia w*
; was custom to have after
them water in this to and makes exertion cspecuOy
give keep
established by tbprohLit.: .( .. !it. act way either in hb tho
Lighthouse Keeper. Iluiiiszirtr. own home or in formidable. But
them there. 'But how do they the weather
of parliament in 1T O S. of ;.::r the house of
A humane lighthouse Ltvjs-r. !::::u>> r. up- nany UtiLers.Boston water out of those gourds,under' their some one of his more Intimate people are aroused and we

ply of perforated inaieUurJ t Ucrtin exceeding six persona cling "3 necks?* 'They drink out of each other's friends, quite an elaborate spread number, in proportion to pteewth- il.1

which to keep birds that l :tvy nrahued Budget gourds. Each gourd has an opening. in at which there would lie oysters; cold hereafter be diminished

themselves in flying aguinst tla lighthouse roast beef, bread and butter tea or *
the side that another can ria
so .
t As 4'JIUixla.. He who is unwilling to submit to undeserved cofc.e. pie; and sometimes delicacies lauies in the?orllat t
wer. us ten
many : bill into, tho, gourd and drink.,* If you, are of -
dead or alive have been t'i\;ice= ii a, blame should remember to' refuse will stay here long enough you will see: quiring more careful preparation.-Joe' present? time w*> bear the title
undeserved pr:1ise.-Jvan Panin, Howard in Osco Week.
single night.-Chicago UcniKL
it yourself. ,I waited there Jdf a day press.If -


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:, \ I .. THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, NOV. 15, 1838. _" (J M


! ;' AND ENDS.It ;
ODDS Otho, the Roman emperor, was very 'particular WOMAN'S WEAR. Donald G. Mitchell wears a great mass of LIGHT AND AIRY.
about his dress wore false hair to bide
iron hair and iron side whiskers
IS estimated that 1,200,000 dozen cans of his baldness and rubbed his face with soaked gray gray .
,, Mask veils of white net, with a thick\rovec of English cut. Tls Whispered.
.sne' corn will be packed this year in Maine. bread to prevent the growth of a beard. selvage that simulates a hem and tucks, are i Tis whispered on the mountain high
Charles Lamb's
at Edmonton is
necklace of human knucklebones was Harvey, the discoverer of the twofold i new and stylish beyond: everything. grave f 'Tis whispered on the shore .
A marked by a single slab of limestone, and i* Tie whispered where the shadows. lIe...
;. the gift received by a missionary from a circulation of the blood was a great reader. Green will be more than ever the wear in overgrown with rank grass and weeds. Beside the cottage door. .
tial chief. pa.r-I: At the battle of Edgehill he sat down under autumn silks and ribbon, and the gray and %
Detroit Free Press tells of a l a hedge and became absorbed in a book. A bronze shades easily first choice. Frederick C. Phillips, author of "As in o "'is whispered when the lowing trains
green Looking Glass," has been by turns a cavalryman 'Have reached the bars.
canght 10,000 flies on sticky fly paper in I cannon ball warned him to change his lon
who tion. Feathers and ribbons will trim fall hats a barrister, a theatrical manager and Tis whispered in the scented lane

nine days. and the latter rit have plain edges, with a newspaper man. .1 Beneath the silent stars.
The entire area of the United States I Cowper spent three years of his life :5n cord satin interwoven it. I
to 2,300,000.000 acres, and of this studying the habits of his three hare I'U'N. or stripe along i. An English publisher recently wrote to When night descends on grove and glade.

-mounts than, half is yet unsold land, the larger Tiny and Bess. At one time be load. IJt'ottl .. I A very new fancy is the overdress cut from Robert Browning offering him a large price And flowers are gemmed with dew,

more of which is in Alaska. them, five rabbits, two Guinea pi-'. : .,.:. soft wool, tnat is laid all over in fine flat for a short essay on "The Tendencies of Con- Tis whispered in the orchard's shade

portion' pigeons, a magpie, a jay, a star.: 1:1:', tucks, by consequence three ply all through. temporary Poetry." Browning replied with And on piazzas I too. i .
bucket of is
water set down
In Norway a goldfishes two canary birds, two '.. ; .. English women wear the universal blouse characteristic frankness that he never wrote Full often at the garden gate
their allowance of
with and
horses hay, for and that the only hq
by EQuirreL prose pay, poems Where lovers bill and coo
outside the skirt
with the frill but the fash-
they take a sip of one and a mouthful of the knew anything about were his own. Tie whispered when the hour Is late .. -
ion does not meet the approval of the best
A broken winded horse
other alternately. And when tis early too.
ii rarely ever seen in that country.The STRAY BITS. dressers on our side the sole water. RELIGIOUS GLEANINGS.The .
Tis whispered on the flowery leas
of and show The Psyche knot, so called, is now as distinctly -
extravagance at Where wanton zephyrs play
reports The of plea forthe observance of the Sabbathas
population of the
United it -
as was always reprehensible
watering places are not so loud nor so passee The simple sentence, "Henry, please.
oar States is Louisville a day of pleasurable enjoyment rather
near Ey. nevertheless it will be "
nnmerous as usual. Even Newport is said to ; many weary Do take your arm away!
besot so formal or ceremonious this season Forty-nine suicides make Monte Carlo's day before we see the last of its ferocious than as sacred time a delusion and a snare. -Boston Courier.

!1 in dinner parties and other entertainments.No record for the last two and a half months. ugliness. -Presbyterian
Among the richest imported costumes are The first unmarried colored woman sent He Knew Himself.
other nation boasts cf so grades The London Times pays out nearly $lro,-
many 000 in salaries plain woolens with deep cashmere borders- out by the American Board of Foreign Mis- Clerk (to the new arrival)Going to stay
a to its
varieties of sweetmeats as the Chinese. year correspondents.The
and indeed, borders appear on nearly all the best sions is about to start for southeastern long!
Over ninety varieties of sugar cured fruits heat of the sun in the valley of the stuffs, and many of them show an interweaving Africa. She is a graduate of Fisk univer- "I don't know. Have you a boy who will

an on their bill of fare, the most valuable Humboldt river, in Nevada, killed large numbers of silk. ; i go to the room with me every night and turnoff
I" of these being their preserved gingers and of s.ty.There "
Two paper weights, as unique as handsome, were added on profession of faith the gas!

apricots.English railroads have increased their speed Lamb, of Virginia City, has a are a big counterfeit seal with a burlesque nearly 1,000 souls a week, on an average, "We can furnish you with one."

: this summer, until an average speed of forty- sunflower plant that stands sixteen feet hich coat-of-arms on it, and a square and white during the year ending May 1, to the "Then I may stay several days. If I had

.-,' nine miles an hour is announced by the Great in its stockings.The onyx shaped as a box and with gilt rims churches connected with the Presbyterian to go up alone it would be just like me to

.1 Northern and Eastern lines. As this includes working force In the principal new along its edges.A general assembly north.In blowout the gas and die."-Chicago Mail

v time of stoppages the actual running speed "gold mine" discovered at Ishpeming, Mich., skirt of heavy muslin, flounced up the South Africa there are 233 Presbyterian

H r must be greater. is said to consist of two men. back and stiffly starched, is worn by many congregations, numbering lH, :o communi- No Advantage.

(r:; -The value of the real and personal property A hungry coyote that had wandered in who cannot reconcile themselves to the flat cants and controlling five colleges-one each Jobnnie-I wish I lived in South Ameria.

:' ; of: California this year, as returned by the from the mountains was killed in one of the falling skirt-which is, however, far and at Cape Town, Wellington, Burghersdorf, in Mother Why, Johnnie

;:j local assessors, is $1,083,833,828, which shows main streets of Denver a few days ago. away more stylish. Cope Colony, and two at Elomfontein, in the slippers."The mammas" down there don't wear. any

: aii increase of $175,213,818 over last year. The cyclone in Kansas was not altogether Big, low crowned hats, trimmed with bows Orange Free State. "Yes, my son, but you must also remem-
l This is exclusive of the railroads, which foot an ill wind. Thousands of English sparrows of black velvet ribbon and long black At one of the closing sessions of Mr. ber that the little boys in South America
about 50000000.) feathers curling flat along the brim now Moody's convention for Bible study, North-
.v up were killed by lightning or beaten down and are do not wear any pants."
''i',1 A Michigan peddler, who sold goods on the I drowned. ready for the autumn country. rambles of belated field, Mass., twenty-one young men and women "That's so. It's queer that I never thought
' i fashionables. came forward and pledged themselvesto "
' about that. Texas
A burglar who entered Hoboken N. J. Siftings.
, a ,
join in educational and evangelical workin
:t residence and carried off all the silver wrotein For autumn wear there are shown dressing T

"::1 dead in a a days ago. is chalk on the mantel: .'1 love to.take the jackets of white and cream flannel serge, I the foreign mission field. Prudence.

, lieved to have left a fortune of $200,000 accumulated best in the house." and alpaca lined with bright silk, and with It is proposed to hold a world's Sunday She heard him talk of deathless love

.. in this manner.A collars and cuffs of matching velvet, or else school convention in London next, Juno. If (As if such things could be!)

A Harvard professor, who is passing the Mr. Henry Scarlett, an eccentric and I of Bulgarian embroidery.New this convention is held it will be made up of And blushed, with downcast eves to hear
wealthy farmer living near Atlanta, Ga., His wild impassioned
/,,, summer on Canobio lake, N. H., has a cottage was buried the other day under the largest fall gowns from Paris show, many of delegates from all parts of the world, and aship'will I. plea.
built on a raft made cf fifty-three tombstone on record. them, full undraped skirt, close clinging at Le" chartered which will take 300 The moon was bid behind a cloud

.1, empty oil casks, and the dwelling is towed front, with bodice; a la Josephine or Marie delegates to London from this country alone. The n4ht"as soft and fair

s, about the lake whenever the owner wants a Among the dead letters this year was one Stuart, quaint close sleeves and loud coats Dr. Arthur: Mitchell has definitely declinedan As Paradise; the scent of flowers

.; chance of air and scenery. addressed to Charles Dickens, the lecturer, over richly embroidered waistcoats. invitation to the chair in Lane seminary, Filled all the summer air.. .

i John Brooks, the champion fisherman of requesting'Cricket on the a copy Hearth.of'"your" latest novel, Cloaks, it is said, will be more a feature of left vacant by the transfer of Dr. John In simple words: he urged his suit,

'_ Brooks' Station, Ga., went fishing and caught the winter toilet than for past and De Witt to a professorship in the McCormick By love made eloquent
years ,
During the last twenty-four 3,400 Dr. Mitchell the While on the girl's cheek as he spoke.
p': a turtle that weighed seventy pounds and years while their varieties are innumerable they Seminary, Chicago. prefers
The blushes and
bulls and 1,700 horses have been killed in the came went.
measured four feet from tip to tip. After all follow the general loose flowing lines of secretaryship of foreign missions' to the

: lending his neighbors a mess he had enough bull fights in the City of Mexico. Two pia the cape Breton, or else the old time manteau professor's chair. But when at last his story told # "

'1}; to do his family several days. adores have been kiiled by the bulls in that I ridicule. The Rev. A. B. Lilga Swedish missionaryat He ceased hft earnest plea,
iJ. time. I She shyly raised her and
;w1 j Ebenezer Peck, a colored man living on the All hat trimmings are placed far at the Castle Garden, calculates that 00,000 "What, is your'salary eyes!" 'asked
Harrison place, near Crawfordsville, Va., recently Thomas B. Barry, of the general executive back, and the amateur who can make her Swedes and Norwegians entered the countryvia -Journal of Education.A i

::( : dug up a large number of old silver board of the Knights of Labor, says the chapeau when on look exactly as though it, Castle Garden during the year ended
country was never so free from strikes as at June 11. He there are COO j ) Swedish
f.j pieces in his cotton patch. Many of the coins was wrong,: side foremost, may hug herself in says Disgusted Young lady.
of dating back to; the the present time. The board has no strikesto Lutheran congregations in America com-
A, were Spanish mintage, the certainty that she has achieved the The the
young lady was reading a story on
settle at all 12 members.
.;. \ beginning of the last century. height of style. prising fully ,000 lonely piazza of the summer hotel. The

"y. "J| Al uisville colored woman recently paid The recent naval maneuvers of England'sfleet Long pelisses made of big flowered rich The London Missionary Society has ICO story began thus:

!f|. a local doctor $10 for a dead nia if s finger show that the "chief naval need of the brocades are no end stylish, but soon become devoted men and women in the South Sea "It was at a summer resort in July. He -

,, 'i which:.wished to use as a charm The country is a largely increased number of noted, so leave them to the women whose islands, who have gone from England, 1,000 was a young man and be"-

,": woman claimed to be a voudoo doctor, and cruisers, and that the prime factor in mod- gowns in number and variety proclaim that ordained native ministers: and 5,000 native Here the young lady threw aside the book

: taid the finger wonld be a sure mascot for ern naval warfare speed." Solomon in all his glory was not arrayedlike preachers, while the native Christians con- in disgust. "The story is too utterly) absurd,"

anyone wishing to bet on the races. Uncle "Zachn Hash, the oldest settler of one of these. tributed $35,000 last year for the support of she said. "There are no young men at sum
,1:{ The tendency of the Brooklyn bridge policemen Chaudlerville, Ills., remembers the time he The picture girl affects for early fall wear the Gospel among them. mer resorts in July." -

. to fall asleep while on duty has become saw Abraham Lincoln piloting an odd look- large round hat of fine black Milan, faced Then she went out under the trees climbed

:J! so pronounced that Superintendent ing flatboat loaded with hogs, whisky and with velvet, just faintly tip-tilted at one A Baseball Convert. into a hammock and went to sleep.-Chicago

,1 .Alartin has issued orders that in future such corn down the Songamou river. side, and wound about with a scarf of Brus- "I On can't account see why of the they national make a fuss News.
; in offense will be punished by suspension. New York will hold a big tobacco exhibi- sels or Spanish net, whose end falls straight marked a fossilized old cuss game, Her Effective Voice.

< For a second nap the officer will be dismissed. tion next winter. % There are 500,090 retail down to her waist "For to me it's Insipid and tame." Miss Screecher Well, dear, how was my
tobacco dealers in the United States and The half season's caprice is to trim strawor
Peter of Crawfordsville His. has voice
Flynn, flat very afternoon he peepedAt to-night Did it fill the room?
500,000 workers interested in the manufacture felt hats, no matter what their color with
no appreciation of humor. The other day a game through a hole In the fence Miss Veracity-At first it did, but afterward ?
fq several friends hired him to carry an old I of smoking and chewing tobacco.A jet black birds, the more the better, and the His fired up heart within him leaped. .

\ valise filled with bricks all over town on ant Nebraska man natOed Mickelwait, whois black and suede straws in aureole 'shape are And he cried, Ton my soul, it's immense Miss Screecher Well

: J aimless errand. Peter did so, and has nom traveling to Washington, weighs 400 faced with black velvet with a fan pleating -New York Journal. Miss Veracity-It emptied it-Time.
of lace the face.
;:/ : returned the compliment by bringing ,suitW pounds, and has to be carried in the baggagecar next

. .. against the jokers for $50 damages. being unable to enter a passenger car. The picturesque damsel may venture upon Part That Was Smoked. The Accursed Damotel.

-if 1t Pans of water placed in fruit and berrr He is. in ruhust health but is fasting to re- the hip jackets of velvet lacing in front over Young Housekeeper (to butcherHaveyou "Where are you going: my pretty mald?" '.,

:{\' patches will keep birds from eating the fruit. duce his flesh. loose vests of white silk and with gold nice beenDutcherYes "To buy a coffin sir." she said.

.*: An English naturalist claims that the reason The receipts from shipping on the Suez ca slashed sleeves, but the commonplace one ma'am; killed only this "May I go with you, my pretty maid}"

Ff; birds eat cherries and strawberries is because nal steadily increase. In July they were had better wear only good silk or fine cloth, morning; it's hardly dead yet. What part "Yes. if you'll help me, sir," the said.
well fitted and
" _. in the blazing beat they get dreadfully 5,430,000 francs, against 5,106,080 francs in inconspicuously cut. would you like "Help you at what, my pretty maid? t
, "J thirsty. If the birds can easily get at water July of 18b7. The earnings in the first seven Nearly all the new fall stuffs: show solid I Young Housekeeper-My husband said this Tell me about It; jont be afraid."

fi. they soon leave off taking the fruit. months of the year were 87,071,853 francs in colors, with stripes of different weaves, or I morning that he was fond of smoked beef. It's only a joke" she softly said;

,,"'I ";, 1888, and 34,:;40,905) francs in 1887. else have plain, lustrous surfaces that make You may send a ('Utof that-Drake's Maga Tm going berrying, sir!" He
The British agent at Cettin ja, Montenegro, them a godsend to those dull brunettes who zine. .
!, reports that there is only one road fit for a One of the curiosities found in Maine is a have been for so long smothered in loose .

;,, \1 wagon in the whole country, and that there pine tree near Hallowell that smokes. A weaves and rough textures.-New York The Greatest Bore of AlL Require More Time.

is practically no industry, the Montenegrins column, of valor as large around as a man's Commercial Advertiser. Though we hasten from the city Mr. Avoirdupois (to young physldan)

learning any pursuit but that of arms. All arm rises from the very top of the tree and And seek coolness by the sea, Slimshort told me, doctor, that you cured

3i artisans are foreigners, and all goods except extends for several feet into the air. The There are evils still abounding him of rheumatism in less than two weeks,

; agricultural productions are Imported. phenomenon is of periodical occurrence and SONS OF IRELAND. From which we cannot flee. and you have been working away at me for

no one is able to explain it. Worse, 0, worse than torrid weather, over a month.
Robert Boyle, the British
ODDITIES OF FAMOUS MEN. Probably the lady who purchases ribbonsfor Irish. philosopher, was Which makes perspiration drip Young Physician-Yes, sir; but you are a
:; sti Is the man who's just from J<; deal than Slimsbor1.TheEpoch.
!;fl j I trimming is not aware that she is con- urope good bigger man
i I The great satirist, Sir Philip France was Full of talk about his trip. .
.. Boyle studied fourteen hours a day for tributing to an enormous: industry, but such Irish. Boston Courier. .
thirty is the case. The demand for this fashionable
.I"i ; years.Cardinal article is now so great that one state alone- The greatest British dentist, Joseph Black, Unsuccessful Frogs.
Richelieu was a great lover of New Jersey-turns out 00,675,000 yards a was Irish. Deficient Mentally. They were talking at an Austin dinner

physical exercise. year. This is 110,025,000 feet, or not quite John Tyndall the celebrated scientist, is Dumley (whose credit is not first class-1) table about Mark Twain and the jumping
. The smell of fish invariably made Erasmus 23,731 miles. an Irishman. say. Brown, can you lend me $10 for a few frog of the Calaveras, when little Tommy

'I the victim of a fever. days? spoke up: 1
< Illustrations of the existence of Edmund Burke the
longest great British statesman .
t Scaliger trembled in every limb if a'watercress Brown (reluctantly pulling out a roll ot "Frogs can't jump much. I'se seen 'em
American families to be in order. Irish.
...\ "; I was placed before him. : seem was bills)-I--er-s'pose I'll have to, Dumley. try to jump across the pond, and every time.
others who boast of
Among a long pedigree, The greatest British naturalist, Hans Dumley-Thanks. You seem to hav they fell right smack into.the water."-Texts
j Henry II passed his leisure moments almost the owner of the Farnsworth house in Ded- Sloane, was Irish. plenty of money, old fellow. Siftings.
entirely iu the of children. ham should not be forgotten. Seven gener-
company The Demosthenes of the Revolution, Patrick Brown-Yes, I seem to have more money
: Turner did most of his work early in the ations of the same family have been born Henry, was Irish. than brains.-New York Sun Time Not Altogether Lost
; and bred in the old mansion-a record not
' Doming and was very fond of fishing. "I know,"argued the gay coquette,
1' often equaled m this country. Samuel Morse, the inventor of the tele-
"I haven't booked a husband yet;
a Pavonti the Italian who died in 16S3 graph Lad au Irish hot and Cold.
: poet, grandfather.The But "she added
then softly sighing
The novel spectacle funeral procea&ion
was a There was a little man .
sickened by the perfume of rose. I of street cars was witnessed iu Washington father of Robert Fulton, the inventorof And a little sweat drop ran I've had some fun while I've been trying.

" Bpinosa almost starved himself, restricting : recently. At the funeral of two employes of the steamboat, was an Irishman.It Right down the middle of his forehead: Somervule JournaLA

h1a living expenses to five or six sous a day. the street railway the other employes drapedan was an Irishman, John Knox, who first And when he was cool
/ .
i Narrow
lie Escape.A
was cool.
The sight of apples always threw Ladislas, open summer car, which was used to serveas read the Declaration of Independence very very
But when he hot he torrid.COlumbus .
was was young:; husband came home from his
king of a hearse, and this was followed by a stringof
Poland state.
into a terribly agitated cars, all draped, and occupied by the em- John Dunlap, an Irishman, printed and Dispatch.A office tired anJ! hungry, and the smell of the

:: Philip of Macedon was always roused to ployes and their friends. published the first daily paper in the United supper was delicious. Just as he was aboutto

we highest pitch of enthusiasm by a horse States. take a large bite out of a biscuit, his wife

$. ; race ] When the excitement about strikes was at Henry Knox, an Irishman, fought in Bright Future. remarked, with a beaming smile:
Its height two policemen were patrolingtbeRue every Friend (to.8t. Louis citizen What did "
Haydn battle with and thj "I made those biscuits all by myself,dear.
f, Gluck Beethoven and Mendelssohn Washington, was firstsecret.r
de l'Arbre Sec. Ope suddenly fell to the you think of "Hamlet" last night he
teemed musical of Placing it gently as far away as could
never to from their war.
labors. ground, exclaiming: "I am killed!I" His ) St. Louis Citizen-Immense! If that fellei he said, with heartfelt gratitude:
overthrow was produced by some joker who Richard Sheridan, Dean Swift, Oliver Gold- Shakespeare kin write a few more plavs lib saved
"My precious darling, you bat my
Tycho Brahe the astronomer, was almo&twrown bad thrown an enormous slab of ginger- smith, Thomas Moore and Daniel Council that, an' lets whisky alone, he'll make money life.-The Epoch.On .
into convulsions by the sight of a hare bread at him and the guardian of order had were all Irishmen. hand over fist.-The Epoch.

CI'afoL mistaken it in its flight for a paving stone. McCormick, the inventor of the reaping '
an Engineer.No .
_ Hume, while writing the "History of Eng- machine, and Horace Greeley, the great ed- The Old Story. more by meadow, field and bog

i f too eked thirteen out of the twenty itor, were of Irish descent. I I A story he told her of tenderest love He'll fleetly dash away; ,

Got Ills Lesson Down Fine. Crawford the great sculptor; Vincent Of eternal devotion and more. He's jumped the track and slipped a cog

Saint Evremond, the wit, was constantly Now, Tommy*said the teacher, "if there Wallace, the operatic composer, and John But she move-heeded it not; oil hU_ words failed to In his poor vertebrae

Onnded by cats and dogs, as was Claude are seven peaches on the table and your little Roach, the shipbuilder, were Irishmen.An She had beard so often before. Boston Budget.In .

Cebfflon, the poet. sister eats three and you eat four, what willbeJeftr Irishman, Gen. Richard Montgomery, Merchant Traveler. Self Defense. ,

Buttner, a German naturalist of the fell while commanding an American army
York 'So are a candidate for office this
:8hteenth century, lived on one meal a day, "The stones replied Tommy.-Naw and fighting for American independence. Han LInes. you

,: a cost of three sous. Son. "My," said a woman who bad yearr"Yes would "
I thought run.
r: ,' JA Mothe le Vayer, the French philosoph- The Modern Way. LITERARY LIGHTS. given some breakfast to a tramp "you eat "Here' a rigar." '

S: Write, Preceptor to Louis XIV, could 3Iotner, may 1 go out to swim?** slowly and in evident pain,# "tiI hy1' t.a cSica; to give you one my-
#, ( **endure the sound of any musical 'instru- .'Go out to swim Good land! Ignatius Donnelly will continue translating -- "Yes madame" sadly responded the self" .
Dent No, don your nobby bathing drew Shakespeare's playa tramp "I had to sell the gold .filling in my -1 thought flU. TUrt'a why I headed yon ,
James I And gambol in the sand.** teeth last week for food or Iia.rve.-Thl .
was fond of He bad ofl. -Lici-olu Jturu4.
very pets. Bouon courier.Qdvcntaq Guy de Maupassant is visiting French prisons I Epoch. ,
ST a fawn, a splendid white gyrfalcon gathering material for,a new novel 1 I
5 **ele liant. five camels and dogs 1Ve'Need.If :a
of being Daldheaded.TeacberNow Has None. r ..
ererr kiDd.f Shakespeare, George Eliot and Edggar'Poeare tWcM11c1 tsrent' : .;
'' : ,answer, up loud Bessie, Amejie Rives Chanerto favorite authors. The max who pays his' w: .ceVr frets, ..\rl.i.tiwif.. .N._'. ;'f'fIt. I 4Wha :
5 f and caterpillars to bet Life holds for tfc occb fua .. "
were always how was Absalom killed i .. ; ,:.J.f.H
's < ::.'itn1Aibtbi.-eontent:
'0 In tQ wallet of r Lalande the astron Hessie-4'lease, ma'am, be caught: ibis Minnie Gilmore, daughter 'of'',the gi i'band ?.. In, short thoxaea who pays bis, .:eb:3' .,' .- '. cf'-::. \\"tU ii1ei& hldf..1 > :! : <4 J
leader is clever writer of stories for .
a Of debts t
cr professed -
far to. ,have a great liking anitcL in some branches.-Judge. '. 4cererox2fikEoitoo $ i.liicago K(''' .
OSO delicacies aa articles of food. children.' >> Courier. "







THE FLORIDA STAR. Communicated. ravages in that section where the beautiful -I find that at the wedding of the daughter

Indian River History. city of Rockledge and its suburbs is I of King Edward I. every king's minstrel
I I received $10, which is said to have been
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. (From the Micco Daily Chronicle of Nov. now situated. Some of the famous men I equal to $100 in these days. RUMPH'SMILLINERY

ELLIS B. WAGER and Pnblisher.Sl. 15th 1988.) of the time were among the victims. i f The constitution of military bands in
Mitor .
The following is a sample chapter The disease was not fatal to life, but I England, I learn, was also of a very early

O per Annum. taken from the "Youth's History of seemed to leave victims in a conditionworse I I date. King Henry VI., in his war with

Brevard which has been France, took over a band consisting of
just adoptedby than death. Few cases were ever'known i iI
Entered at the Post Office at Titusville a3 I ten clarion players and other musicians.
the Board of Education of Otter
I to recover but passed the balance This is the first band of which there is

Second-Class Matter. a text book for use in the secondary of their lives going about with their afflicted any record. I have no doubt the Cocoa

THE STAR is the OFFICIAL newspaperfor schools of that city. The work is admirably and ulcerated heads striving to band is far superior to that band. Queen

Brevard county. adapted to its purpose and portrays convince the people of the truth of their Elizabeth had a band, which played;
her dinner of twelve ,
during trumpets
The Star has the Largest circulation very accurately the early history of our absurd doctrines, and affording sport to two kettle-drums, pipes, cornets and side-

of any paper on the East coast of Fla. now famous State. the many heartless persons who were drums. There was, in those! early days,

We are indebted to Messrs. Printem wont to gather about the poor wretches ''I clear proof of the existence of a highly AND
The will have a working educated school of theoretical musicians
Republicans and Bindem, the well-known publishers I mocking their sufferings and encouragingand !
in the next House of Represen! who preserved the plain song of the
of Fort Drum for the which adorns'
copy : I exciting their delusions.
received indicate that I :i Church in its integrity, and made it the
tatives. Returns our table. This firm have acquired a This strange malady prevailed several : basis of harmonic treatment.

the majority will be thirteen. Some of vorld-wide reputation for the high stand- years to the incalculable injury of our In 1520, and for the next 50 years, mu-

them are not official, however, and ard of their publications, especially in fair and children sic had a good time in England, and was DRESSMAKINGESTABLISHMENT
country ,
; you my
in several of the districts both sides still the line of historical works.A associated with such illustrious musical
can never realize the sufferings/that occurred -
Morley Weekes Dowland
composers ,
claim to have elected their candidates, "
short chapter has been selected in not only among the victims themselves i i Orlando Gibbons, and others. Their
but these cases are not sufficient to reduce order that it be in i their
may given complete but among those who were painedat I works lived not alone by reason of
the majority below ten, even if the I science their and rich .
our columns this morning, which are their condition and pitied their hor- ; pure part-writing
Republicans should lose them all, whichis overcrowded with the telegraphic reportsof harmonies, but by the stream of beauti-
rible fate.
ful which flowed their
melody through
by no means likely. The substantial
the returns of the congressional About this time that party of politi- works.

gains are in Michigan, California, Missouri election in Cuba yesterday. I cians known as the Republicans,of whose Years ago business, society, folitics, TITUSVILLE FLA.

Massachusetts, Maryland, New CHAPTER IX. vile history will remember I alludedto and sport! came before art, and music ,
North Carolina Tennesseeand I you suffered considerably in this and the old
Hampshire, ,
This chapter brings us to consider l
my I in a previous chapter. again gained country from the contempt which their
Pennsylvania.The children-a most unfortunate period in I supremacy of the national government I eminent composers had been treated by

Senate,after the4thof next March, the history of our beloved State. A which, at that time met at Washington, those who claimed distinction in other

will have a Republican majority withoutthe severe epidemic raged in the summer of the present capital of the State of Col- worldly paths. Since then, things have ,

casting vote of Vice President Morton. the year 1888 in that country now known. umbia. This party, as soon as they re- I considerably changed. All our great r rI
schools have now their music masters ;
The Legislature of Delaware is Republican -
as the State of Duval, and principally at covered the
reins of government, reinstated musical instruments are found in
any have received STOCK
just of
of the my
for the first time in the history
a place called Jacksonville, located on I their ruinious policy, and by repeated soldiers' barracks ; the bandsmen, at intervals MILLINERY GOODS this embraces

State, and will elect a Republican Sena- the St. John's river, which was really avery acts which have left a blot on our sing as well as play ; whilst ama- ;
tor. Thus the Senate'will stand thirty- teur musical societies North flourish the LATEST STYLES and SHADES i
that up
important point at time while the TiJden and
history only surpassed by
nine Republicans to' thirty-seven Demo- and bring rich and poor together. of
the present great seaport Maytona, at Hayes burlesque of twelve years before. Music i is said, by some, to be a luxury,
crats. But the outlook is that the Re-
he mouth of the river, was unknown. We may be grateful, however, that they but claim it is not. As salt enters into

publicans have carried the Legislatureof You will remember that this city of were not less bold, for a more conservative the chemistry of the body, so does music INDIES'
West Virginia, and will therefore gain enter into that of the mind. It stimulates -
Jacksonville that time of
was, at a part course on their part would not have
another Senator. If this true the our exertions, it strengthens our
proves one great State called Florida-in fact resulted in their consignment to oblivion I faith ; it speaks words of love, peace or
Senate will stand forty Republicans tothirtvsix
the entire peninsula was under one com- four years later, as the methods they ad- war, and exercises over some a peculiar FELT & STRAW HATS
monwealth government, and much fear opted did secure. charm. ,
Music in Titusville is fairly ad-
was apprehended lest the dread scourge These indeed dark very
were, days,
Yellow a vancing. True, we have no Sir Arthur
should visit our beautiful river. 'fill' children, but an all-wise Providence was Sullivan, Sir J. Benedict, Sir G. Grove,
Nov. 12.-Presi-
FLA., The disease was known as the yellow shaping events for a more happy era as Strauss, Wagner, Abt, Handel, Hadyn, RIBBONS, FEATHERS, Etc. l lt

dent Neall\Iitchell's official bulletin for fever, a pestilence which, for a time, will be shown in the succeeding pages. Mendelssohn, or other great composersin t
the twenty-four hoursAtdingat 6 o'clock our town but it must honestly be
baffled the medical skill of that age, but We will now conclude this unfortunate I ;
to-night is as follows: admitted that we have some local talentin I
subdued the inoculation
New cases.....,............................... 30 was finally by chapter with the prayer that you, my our midst. At the south end of this t :
which that time in its
Deaths------------------------------------------ 3 process was, at children, may waver be called upon to town we have a pianist who possesses many

Total number of cases to date......... 4,511 infancy and only used in small pox, witness such scenes as it has been my un- excellent qualities as a musician ; here J Jin

Total number of deaths to date....... 388 cholera and one or two other diseases unknown pleasant duty, as a historian, to lay be- resides, also, a lady, who sings and plays MISS SWAIN, a lady of experience
her own accompaniments with marked and in IIat
Dressmaking Trimming
Fourteen whites and sixteen negroes in our day. The county seat of fore you at this time. effect and she displays talent and geniusin
will be in of this to
charge Department
make up the total. Brevard county-for, at that time, the MIKADO. whatever she undertakes. She has a
of what is the State rich voice refinement and Design, or trim to order all Hats purchased -
The fever news is of a discouraging greater portion now sweet showing

character. Three deaths were reportedup of Brevard-was known as: one county of Music Hatli Charms, Etc. culture, and the writer of this is not if desired. She will also Design
the only that esteems her musical ORDER DRESSES
one and MAKE TO
several others the located at Titusville. Editor of the Florida Star
to noon and are quiteill. same name was :
ability. This lady is an accomplished froa
The new cases are as numerous as our present State capital, which, at that SIR-Your space in the columns of the player on the guitar also. :Not far from when the materials are purchased

ever, and a gloomy feeling is increased. time, was a place of only a few hundred STAR has been considerably occupied for the Episcopal Church we have another stock. It is not my intention to establish

DERSOK'S souls. Considerable jealousy existed some time past by electioneering articlessome lady pianistof talent; unfortunately, a Dressmaking Department to BJ
SA SICK. in that same locality, some months ago, business for the profits in DressmakiD&but
among the other small settlements worthless, and others good, bad
SANDERSON FLA. Nov. 120-Two that ruthless destroYE'r-death, snatched
saksDress ia
only to assist or promote my
along our river in regard to Titus- and indifferent. Some of your readers from of most brilliant :
us one our
whites and three have developed among elsewhere
negroes ville, and the question of moving the were getting rather tired of "reading up"so lady musicians in the zenith of her fame. Goods. Goods bought
yellow fever in the last forty-eight hours. That she loss to the town of Titus- will not be made up.
county seat was agitated with some pro- much political matter, so while all the was a
Judge Drake of Margaretta is among ville is an admitted fact. On Main streetwe
mise of success. The dissension office-seekers-elected and nonelectedand -
those stricken. His is pronounced a light among have a few more ladies, whose musi- 1 bought three thousand dollars worth
the; various hamlets who aspired to secure our good politicians are taking a cal talents are of no mean order; on the and more inDry

case.Harry '' the honor became so great, however, much-needed rest from their recent overtaxed south end of Washington avenue are two
ood is convalescing.The
and other serious matters coming up and brain-worrying labors, allow ladies of marked ability and musical

situation is favorable. at the time, the matter was left undecided me just a little space on something genius;* near the Grand View resides
three ladies, whose musical abilities are
HEAVY FROST AT DECATUR. and the formation of a new I' which may be of interest as well as poli- to be highly commended ; we have Goods

DECATUR, Nov. 12.-There was a light county, a few years later, prevented its tics, viz.. music. se'eral. good violinists in town ; alsoa ,

frost yesterday morning, and a white renewal. Music What is it? It is said to be few good orgauists-one residing at

frost and ice in several places this morn- the extreme north end of Titusville ; it
Among the serious matters which an art over which the Muses presided,
is needless to mention his name. Last,
ing.Five came up at that time to which I refer, and is a succession! of sounds so modulated but not least, :North Titusville can boastof And can show you, in a few days a

new cases developed to-day. was the general election of officers of the and combined as to please the ear and a lady composer of music (t: various Most Excellent Assortment in 3Iaterib

Nearly all the recent cases have been government, and the political excitement cause melody and harmony.It newspaper reports) of no mean order,
and Grades of Prices.A .
among the nurses and among persons absorbed the entire attention of our fore- has often been remarked that thereis and one of the most accomplished lad y-
and all have been mild. singers in town. As a pianist her touchis large portion of these I had the :
greatly exposed,
fathers. In the midst of the contest a no musical talent in Titusville] but I elastic I
returned. accurate, sympathetic and re- fortune to at Bankrupt Sale 4
A have good secure
great many refugees strange malady appeared on our beauti- may say that the assertions are incorrectand fined, and she possesses the rare facultyof I
and secured which pi)
ONE CASE AT GAIN FSVILLE. ful river, which casts its blight on many erroneous. We have, for the size of being able to impart her intellectual some r

GAINESVILLE FLA., Nov. 12.-Sur. honored citizens. The disease seemed to the town, as good talent as any town of conception to any great composer's works. pose to divide with my Customers.I il i
She is an exquisite singer and wherever tie
l eon Martin reports one new case of fever be most destructive to the nervous system the same population can produce in this she takes part in an entertainment, she is cannot attempt to enumerate

to-day, that of Mrs. Miller. and affected the brain in an unac- : State. Florida, comparatively speaking, loudly applauded and encored. It is need- varied lines I have to offer, but kindlyinvite f

FERNANDINA'S BLUE FEELING. countable manner. Many peopleotherwise I is a new State, and her towns are new less to mention this lady's name, but it your inspection. My

intelligent-were seized with strange also. With the advance of these towns, may be stated that she is the composer of
FERNANDINA FLA. Nov. 12.-The report I
"Quarantine March" and "Indian River
fancies. The disorder varied in its effect music has progressed also and the
among "
for the twenty-four hours ending at Waltz, two pieces of music which, I
6 o'clock to-night as follows : according to the peculiar traits of the advances in the last half century in the opine, will ;yet be heard and appreciatedin

victim but there few United States and it is homes in other States StockWill
New cases........................................ 8 were a symptoms England, none, in many Florida. as wellas Grocery !
to the disease which said have been than that
Deaths.....................................o..... 0 peculiar appearedin greater of
Of the new patients one was white. every case. Each sufferer from the music. Before concluding, allow me to draw
attention to our Church choirs. The I
The physicians report the disease scourge was seized with a highly exagger- Musical publications and performances Episcopal Church, it is stated, has a II I ;

spreading in the outskirts of the city. ated estimate of his own importance, are now so multiplied that the good choir, and much has been done by be arriving in a few days, and I f

w and bands of three and four of the poor masterpieces-not only of the old com- Mrs. Gaulden, Mrs. Pritchard Mr. Wagerand to interest in price* and goods

. The Republican organs now unite in fellowswould set out on pilgrimages to posers, but of the most modern writersare others to improve it.. The organ is hope you
declaring that Gen. Harrison will be his : i a good one, but if some move is not offered. My I
remote parts of the county, bent on con- brought within the means of everyone -
made to windows in
place the church
own boss; that he will sit at the head of vincing the people of the error of their and books of excellent songs and the organ will, probably, become worth-,

the table while he is President,just as Mr. ways, and endeavoring to impose upon pianoforte music may now be purchasedfor less. It is said that the exchequer is so Seed Stock of 100 Bshls. Irish Potato* a

Cleveland has done. They have discovered the balance of mankind a sense of their the MrgiU sari of 50 cent, while pianofortes low that the windows cannot be pur-

suddenly that Mr. Cleveland chased, and the consequence is that the
very own importance. Another prominent can be obtained on such easy terms .
has set a good example for future church remains in an unfinished condi- I hope to have in soon. The near
very symptom of this strange disorder was an that they occuy a space in most houses. tion. Will] not some of our northern th .

Presidents. indescribable horror in regard to certain England was, many hundred years ago, I friends send a small sum to the lady tainty of getting them safely first. .1

harmless beverages, such as wine ale and at the head of Europe as a musical nation 'I Superintendent of the Episcopal Church quarantine has caused delays on
General'Taft, who was postmaster of so that this needed and much-desired stallment. These will beSoM Extreawtf
beer, and they frequently labored to exhaustion and was a long way in advance of I..m E
Charleston under the Arthur administration object be consummated. An old adage Low for first-class Seed Stock.
and made night hideous with countries as historians allow. So
many "Many hands make at a
n, says the election of General Harrison says: light work, have also Commercial Seed Stock
their absurd exhortations. They were far back 44 the year 1230, a piece of and I am sure a small sum !sent by each:
will break the solid south. General
likewise seized with an uncontrolable de- music, composed by a monk, of Reading, subscriber of this paper would soon see less price.
Taft is said to be the ablest Republicanin in
the windows .
sire for public office, and lost no oppor- whose work Is at the British Museum, in
South Carolina, but he doesn't seem to I Presbyterian Church has been
tunity to villify and stigmatize even London, is stated by eminent IN HATS AND SHOES.
have grasped situation with regard to composers I greatly aided by the Rev. Mr. Foy, Mr. REDUCTION
the south. their best friends in order to advance to be far in advance, both in tunefulnessand : and Mrs. Rumph, Mrs. Paddison and

their depraved and diseased ambitions.The expression, of anything else produced others. The choir, under the able leader- former

Some of the questions that are agitatingthe force of the disease was spent on at that time. Records prove how ship and unerring judgment of Mrs. G. Ladies' French Kid Shoes
B. Rumph, was, for some time, most successfully $5 reduced to $-1.23-
price, ,
public are as follows: Who is the the brain, and an intolerable.soreness of diligently and enthusiastically musicwas carried on, but at present it bin

White Chapel murderer? Will Lord the head was ever present ; their groans pursued from the reign of King Al- abeyance. It is hoped, however, now cent reductfeoformer 011
Sackville attend the ChamberlainEndicott were horrible to hear, and the stoutest fred to the time of the Reformation. our townspeople and visitors are return Straw Hats, per

wedding? Will the Presidential heart could not but melt with pity at the Long before the Conquest three-part harmony ing, that this lady-who is thoroughly prices.
to lead
qualified a choir-will
fight in 1892 be between Harrison and sight of their appalling suffering, whichwas was practised, and Thomas A- "wield the baton," bring her class again together

Hill, and will Hill get there? Will Gov- always particularly severe when it Becket on his visit to France, to negotiate for practice, and make her choiras Yours truly

Hill get married ? What defeated Mr. was impossible to grant their foolish desires the marriage of Henry IL, took with successful as of yore. This is the wishof

Cleveland ? Who will compose Gen. and receive the delusions they advocated him 250 boys, who sang in harmony of many as well as the humble writer of
Harrison's cabinet, and what policy will three-parts. Musicians in those days this, who signs lI.
the Republican; administration pursue as truth. The disease appearedto were evidently better paid than they are himself'V.. H. C. GEO. B. RU1's

toward the south? originate and make its most horrible at the present day in Titusville, for I Titusville, Fla., Nov. 14, 1888. 2




THE FLORIDA. STAR. THURSDAY, N0 r. '15, 1888. 5


correct a wide spread misapprehen-
To it is necessary to state that N. C. & E1TDGE
lion, S. H. RAY
Bryan has never been a partner, agent, or ,
representative of mine. Those who de- ,

Are information relative to artesian wells Dealers in

derive the advantage of extended -

etc.'expenence may direct, by addressing- Successor to J. C. Norwood and Co.,
J. A. Durst, Pioneer well-sinker. Box


I am prepared with full. set of tools
sinking artesian wells. With my '
small set,have sunk four wells 155 to ,

200 feet deep, obtaining flows of from

two for gO'000 sinking inch, to 86,000 pipes.six to gallons Have ten inch also per pipes a day large,if from wan set, Sash, Doors and Blinds ; Stoves, Tinware and Crockery. Gen'l Merchandise

ted. Having ventured in the business,

purchased tools, and successfully obtained -
full flowing wells, I ask the patronageand 9II
influence of citizens and friends who STORE.

appreciate/ells. Respectfully my efforts, and who want II Refrigerators, Water Coolers, Ice Cream 'Freezers,

ALBERT S. MAGRUDER Rock Ledge., Screen Wire, Screen Windows, Screen- Doors. i

Renews Her Youth. I propose to keep
Mrs. Phoebe Chesley, Peterson, Clay

Co.,Iowa, tells the following remarkable
awry, the truth of which is vouched for TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. A First-Class Stock
of the town "I 73
the residents : am ----- -
by --- ---------- ----- -
1 years old, have been troubled with kidney TROPICAL AND SUB-TROPICAL FRUITS AND FLOWERS.
and lameness for TITUSVILLE
complaint many
j' Egyptian Queen Pine Slips.
years; could not dress myself without -OFGROCERIES-
help. Now I am free from all pain and INDIAN RIVER TJRSEHIES.
' soreness, and am able to do all my own FURNITURE STORE. Bone Meal, Tobacco Stems, Cotton-seed Meal,Cow Peas & Fertilizers.
housework. I owe my thanks to Electric :
j Bitters for having renewed my youth, CATALOGUE MAILED FREE. TERMS CASH

i r removed completely all disease and pain." I JOHN II. BEACH, Indian. River Nurseries, East Melbourne, Fla. 'I

Try a bottle, 50c.and 1 $, at all drug I
--- -------- -------------
stores in Titusville and on Indian River I ,

1 i ij .A.. Frosotier, IRRIGATE IRRIGATE !

Bny the Right Medicine.

1 The day of teas, decoction, infusion and PROPRIETOR. : :- DRY GOODS

, such sloops has posited and is being replaced -
by fluid extracts, The latest United -
The requistes of a good Wind Engineare
' Stales Dispensatory says in this connection Parlor Suites

': "Iotlt decoction and infusion hare now NOTIONS
; become almost obsolete,and deservedly so." ,
In view of the above advanced ide and Bed Room Suites, a 0 v E R x i x G I STRENGTH TO 1v IT11Gl #

, stubborn facts we beg to call attention to __ .
1 the Prickly Ash, Poke Kept and Potassium STASD STORMS DU- ABILITY, & SLMPLI- Mens' Ladies' & Children
compound which has gained such a no- Beds Mattresses
., toriety, and is undoubtedly the CITY. w
the age. Has cured more rheumatism, Springs Numbers of teV- / timonials can be SHOES.ATS
.1 Syphilis, Scrofula Old Sores, Skin diseases, I -if I r

; Blood Taints, etc., in the last nix months, And everything in the FURNITUREline. I shown to prove the KirkwoodWindEnthese. -
than all the other Blood remedies on the
'; market. It is no humbug, no secret. but a Call and see the New Stock posseses all these.

a preparation composed of fluid extracts of just received. I

] Prickly Ash, Poke Root, Queen's Delightand I
Sarsaparilla, with the Iodide Potassium Keeps full supply of metallic and wooden

J added. Physicians indorse it as a THE WIND
Coffins, Cases and Caskets. i KIRKWOOD ENGINE "EFT
.f splendid combination. It is a powerful I ,
tonic and builds up the system rapidly. If. Funerals attended if desired. All or- Is
, I the Most Reliable, Durable, Ligbte t-running and Powerful Wind Engine in
von are weak and feeble try one bottle. ders promptly executed, and at reasona- vented. Coupled with its symmetrical design and handsome appearance makes it
) and
P. I. P. and gain flesh strength
rates. Embalming done. 22
most desirable and economical for the
. rapidly. It is the best remedy for malarial purchaser.

poisons, and will cure chills in every in- MILLS, TANKS, TOWERS, PUMPS, PIPING.
stance. As a tonic and regulator for females GREEN AND DRIED ,
who are in low state of health it hasno anti Domestic. I Mill can be seen in operation at my place at Eden.: Write for Illustrated Cata

j equal. Try one bottle and be convinced Foreign logue,free. Address, ,

,1 A Home Indorsement.Mr. Selser Bro Comp'y I 23-3in.

N. II. Frohlichstein, of Mobile, ,
---------- ---------------- Gent's Furnishing Goods
Ala., writes: "I take great pleasure in ,
. recommending Dr. King's :New Discovery Agents for Bishop, Hoyt & Co's Ham

: for Consumption,having used it for mock Land Florida Oranges,
.1 a severe attack of bronchitis and catarrh. Citra, Florida. II I ALSOCROCKERY

It gave me instant relief and entirely
. cured me and I have not been afflicted I

since. I also beg to state that I have COMMISSION MERCHANDISE. GLASS\YARE
:', tried other remedies with no good result. CAMPAIGN BADGES ,

Have also used Electric Bitters and Dr.

King's New Life Pills, both of which I

" can recommend." Special Attention Given Florida Fruits. HARDWAREAND
.\ Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption 11

coughs and colds is sold on a 28 N. Delaware Ave., and 29! Water St.
1 positive guarantee. Trial bottles free at -AND-
all drug stores in Titusville and on Indian Philadelphia, Pa.

1 River. I References-Seventh Nat'l. Bank; Pro-

duce Nat'l. Bank; Mercantile Agenciesor
TOWN onDIN.\ CE.All any Produce House in Philadelphia. BANDANA HANDKERCHIEFS

' ordinance declaring intention of can make S .OO per Ship Chandlery Goods.

_ extending the territorial limit of the ; AGENTS Llu *rout selling the
; )IS. We beat
i town fcf Titusville.Be I World for low price A
1i: it \ by the council of the ItED PLUSH H1IOTOGHA1MI ALitl'51:-
'" town of Titusville. that the said council 8K x:10H. Embossed padded bides, Koid edge,exteu-
sion clcp, holding at pages of Cabinet and Card' .
i of
hereby declare their intention annexIng pictures, sent for $1.00,retails for IJ.25;bound also
the following tract of land as a portion in Japaneese Morooco. Illustrated circulars FUEE'ALBUMS
.1 of the town Titusville, and including of-the STYLE above and* OfFnrshee These will be the main features of my
' the same within the limits ami A:Tle.nakln
. :r :
: jurisdiction of said town, to-wit: All I. _Cincinnati. Ohio. BIRNBAUM'S. business: but orders sent me for anything
A double their :i'
t of fractional section thirty-four, and the OCMTC money '
BlVsP N I J selling onr BRASS .
; soutn-east quarter of Section thirty- MUisilV I V Finished Corrugated kept in any store in Titur.vme

'1 three,all In'!'ownshll\twenty-one. south REFLECTING SAFETY LAMP.Can will be promptly filled.
r;1' of Range east. And that the
114'1 sold in every family. Gives
' foregoing notice of intention to annex more light than three ordinary lam p... THE ONE PRICE CLOTHIER.Clyde'sNewYorkCharleston&FloridaS.S.Lin
said territory be published for thirty Fall sizett Lamp sent by Express for I .
thirty cents. \\e alo Lave the best
days in the FLORIDA STAR a newspaper selling CofTre 1'ot in the [T. S.Send .
published In said town of Titusville. I for illustrated circulars to I
ii Passed. by the Board of Aldermen, Nov.
em,A. I). 1SSS. Chickens
Will Fmits
B. R. WILSON, Chairman. & POTTER buy ,..Eggs, ,
H. F. ATKINSON, Mayor, ,
Geo. II. Altree, Clerk. !
I Or any Country Produce my cu>tomers
Real Estate Dealers (I I.
or friends may bring

Qak L wn House Lake Worth, Dade Co., Fla. GEXEll.iL OFFICES : 35 nI1001'Y"E1V: YORK. to market.I .

Lake Worth, Florida is the most tropical part of NEW YORK AUG. 16 1888.
the State. It lies parallel with tbe ocean beach, in ,
22 mile long, of an average width of one mile, is
Lake Worth, Dade County, Fla. connected with the ocean b v an inlet and ill no- FOR PERNANDIXA.. ., DIRECT.
mile from the
where over three-quarters of a ocean.
and cannot be excelled,pompano -
The nithing hunting
New House and :Newly Furni Jied. ,blue neb,sea trout,bairacuta, ebeepbead and Steamers are appointed to sail from Pier 29, East River, New York, ask for a share of the public' i"iitrvn-
in Suites. other fine flap being easily caught by trolling ort
Rooms single or itb a net. Deer and wild turkey are plentiful in at 3 age, and come as a supplicant, not a
the pine woods beyond the chain of fresh water EveryTednesdar, p. m.

NEAR THE INLET; lakeS which grove lie are west in bearing of Lake Worth.all along Beautiful the shores cocoanut ol- DELAWARE.............................................Wednesday,Sept. 261FR.OlW h dictator, asking for your favors.If .
the lake and guavas.mangoes, aapadillo, alligator
pears,sugar apples,Spanish limes Jamaica apples, : FERNANDINA. courteous treatment,good.
tamarind,coffee,goosberry trees manmee apples .
maumee sapotas, almonds dates, figs, oranges.limes goods and low figures is <;
and all kinds of tropical trait
,lemons,citron *
Best View of Lake and Ocean and flowers are doing finely here. This is the most the candidate for
eastern part of Florida being 100 miles east of the Steamers are appointed to sail every TUESDAY, as follows* :
longitude of Jacksonville. This brings the Gulf ,
nearer to the land here than at any other public favor,
Stream .\) 25 b
GULF .Tuesday, Sept. s
And best Hunting and Fishing grounds part Qf the coast, and thus insures the most even ,i
temperature of any' place in the United States. A then I'melected. +
on Lake Worth. large acreage Is put in garden truck every' winter The freight and passenger accommodations are unsurpassed. Every attention will 1 1 i
from U.OOO to 20.000 bushels of early tomatoes beIng given business entrusted to this line. '
every year,which bring from $1.50 to Direct all shipments from New York via Clyde's Florida Line Pier 29,East Elver. 4':
fine Lawn shaded by monster Oaks $5.00 grown busheL Good hotels stores and jx> t- For further Information apply to .
and both offices per are convenient. Lots of all sizes and pricesneenredby J. A. STEAD,Agent, j. A. LESLIE, Agent,
Tropical Growth, the above firm,who have almost all oft Fernandina Fla. 83 W.Bay St.,Jacksonville, Fla. Yours, anxious to please,
Wild and Cultivated.Try behest land to sell. Parties baying now will, ia t THEO. G. EGEB, Traffic Manager, WM. P. CLYDE & CO., GKX'L ACTS.. '
time,more than double the purchase money 35 Broadway N.Y. 12 South Wharves Philadelphia,35 Broadway,N.I'.
abort its range from 5 to 10 acre,all fronting ou Lake F. IL IRONMONGER, Jr.,General Traveling Agent ack&onrtlle.11orida.
us once and you will come again. Prices from $30 to >1500 an acre. Anyor steamers for U]U
Worth. Since last season VEHTILATORS have been constructed on the Iron s. H. RaV
information enclose stamp to the '
wishing further .
tatter of and
ALLEN \ transportation Oranges Vegetable
E. HEYSEB, Propaittot. above Ira C .


r C'r


HOW MAPS ARE MADE. The Short Distance Traveler. ever, to secure the genuine article.IT I \.TEFUL-COJIFOllTIXG. CARDS. i

Attention is called to the fact that
Dots and fines and Crooked Marks That WILL SELL BETTER THAN COTTON. EPPS'S COCOA. -
while inventive genius has done so much Jj A. GINGRAS,
Require Months of Skilled Labor. for the comfort of long distance riders in Mr. John E. Hemptinstall, of Chu- BREAKFAST."By .
The story of a dot-a fortune in a hair it has done little I
railway cars,, or nothing lafirmee Cleburn Co. Ala. writes
; a thorough knowledge of the natural law ;
line-is the making of a Dot AffT-AI-LAW
map. for the comfort of short distance riders, which govern the operation of digestion and nutrition NOTARY POEM.
Stories fill a row of walnut cases; the who arc much more numerous. Let the "My wife has been so much bene- and by a careful application of the Hue pro :.f I

reminiscences of dotted lines occupy short distance traveler raise his. voice in fitted by Shaker Extract of Roots, vidtd perties our of breakfast well-selected tables Cocoa with a Mr delicateflavored}:pp. Las pro. Rock Ledge, Florid >

thousands of pigeonholes; a library of New York Tribune. which doctors'
prrest. beverage may lave us many heavy I
crooked marks is piled to the ceiling of a or Mother SeigeFs Curative Syrup bills. It i< by the judicious use of stub articles of : DeL. GAULDEN, i f

five story block on Monroe street. It is I that she she would rather be diet that a constitution may be gradually' built up I I
Charge of a Tiger. says until strong; enough to resist every teudeucr to .
the largest map house in the world, and disease. Hundreds of ubtle maladies are floating,
As a general rule a tiger will endeavorto without part of her food than with- ATTORNEY-AT-LAW fltTitus.iUl'
for twelve has attack there i ,
years printed 1,000,000 aronnd n', ready to wherever a
maps a week-624.000,000 pieces of linen avoid an encounter with a line of elephants out the medicine. It has done her weak point. We way eooCapt' many a latalhxft by Florida. :4
; on rare occasions it will await keepirmrsehes well fortified with purr blocd ;
paper covered with dots, lines and their approach, and charge home when more good than all the doctors and and a properly nourished Irame."-Cuil Strri"Gaittte. -
crooked marks. Made simply with boiling water nr milk. :
Fortune lies in the of the lines within a few paces, but on still rarer oc- all other medicines put together. I Sold only in half-pound HUB, by Grocer, labelled JONES & WILLIAMS: c
accuracy casions it will advance to the attack from thus: JAMES EPP8 CO., lfomoeprtbtcChemist'. tI
and stories in the locations of the dots. would ride twenty miles to get it Loudon, England. .4
distance .
: real some mouth open, lips curling : At to.'i1 ej'S-all : ':
Maps are as necessary to estate men n
upward down tail end into the hands of sufferer if he
ears on every I II any I
as title deeds, and nearly as much depends -
on their accuracy. I hair on its hair and head bristling with I can get it in no other way. I believe I MASON & HAMLIN Titusville. Florida -
I ------
A map is a plain, simple thing that tells I fury.Whoever it will soon sell in the State -
has had the fortune
varnished tale at a glance. How is it to wit- I The cabinet organ Wad introduced m iu present GEO.3I. ROBBINS, iJlffc
ness such a charge will never forget the better than cotton.TESTIMONY form by Mason & Ilamliuin ItSU Other makers t
made Until about the time of the great followed in the manufacture of these instruments .
fire were engraved on stone, magnificent sight, nor the terrific sounds bat the Mason&Homlui Organs liaa always maintained ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
which accompanied the onward bounds FROM TEXAS. their supremacy aa the bc':t m the world. i toTITCsv
steel. The process was very slow, Mason &; Ilamlm offer, demonstration:
aa of theaneqvalledexcelkncaofthr
cf the enraged monster, filling the air Mrs. S. E. Barton of Varner ILLS, FLA. tltg
tedious and expensive. The plates soon ':r erg: .n*,the fact that ,
around, and drowning tho voices of all at all cf grcut WrrM's Ki.hioious, that of '
since --------- -----
wore out and maps cost about as much asa Ilipley Co., Mo., writes that she the In f* n > .f '
other living creatures in its awful depth Fan fj"D \\ \> o in n e itioa ; -
sheet of gold. About 1870 Buffaloman beet M fi "3 M. THRASHER,
a raakj] M Ver">f.a11 conntries.therha"e A
and volume.A had been afflicted with I' di
long dys- 0 &
invented the of making y $: f tjjS-t r 1 kS*' 5nvariabljfaken -
process large tiger viewed under such circumstances the h hebt W 1 *Wit 6 Ii ' and disease of the ATTORNEYATLAW.t
on wax. It revolutionized pepsia urinary .
maps map i.2 T I Sft:M? free I
when his head and
body are .Mason &lUml'.n do t ht- make the I ittfJ.P
making, and are as common I n stae to extraordinary -
nomaps greatly swelled out, and his appearanco organs and was cured by Shaker claim for their pianos, that they are ; O. Box 20 SAXFOED, rI t. D
and nearly as cheap as newspapers. rendered iupenor to all other '1 hoy r erjjni7C the high! Will practice all the counties of tie txyettt _'-
terri the
most ;o by bristling of Extract of Hoots. Ilev. J. J. McGuire
The mapmaker works in a room whose excellence achieved by O'h.'r J"a :urn makers In the Circuit and Supreme Court- y 1
his hair, is a very different creature: from art of piano bidUmp, hut ftlll c: a1m supEriority. lIP
---- ----- -
cannot below 90 merchant of the -
temperature run degs. the listless, flat sided beast: of menageries same place, This they at1ntmtc flol<.!'J to t'le remarkable 1m- E. HEYSEH :
Few men work at it longer than four provemnt introduced by them IT the year 1S82 ALLEN ,
and who sold Mrs. Barton the medicine
zoological rardeDs.-Edward D. *' tI'
though of and now known "s the 11.'<> UXHLIX PIANOSTRINWU -
apprenticeship are
years years
required to make them expert. The heat 3akcr. says he has sold it for four years id secured," bJPIA|\3\s fl ffb B>*bf i greatest the use of which pos- Attorney-at-Law and Conieyanecr.

becomes unendurable in the end and theygo Pkrygrocuds for tho Poor. and never knew it to fail. eible purity 8 yj fi 2 VI refinement of I'
1 d6
? with Increased
into other tone \s w greatly Lake Worth Dade County Florida. '
some employment. CSA1TD n1 ::iII':. for ,
Says Dr. Weir Mitchell in his book, capaci- ty standing
Preparatory to making the original in tune and other important advantages.A :
'Doctor and Patient": "When I see Will furnish Abstract of Title to DadeCountv
circular, containing from three
beeswax and dome hardening low with that
plate melted
was so dyspepsia
young girls sweating from a good row or hundred purchasers,musicians, and tuners. Bent, land ..
ingredient are poured on a highly the tennis field, I know that it is preventive there was not a physician to be together with descriptive catalogue to any applicant. -- ,.
polished metal table.. Fcr fine work the and Organs sold for cash or easy payments -
medicine. I wish I saw bow to : also rented. B. BUUCHFIELD, !
who do
found could withme.
wax is as thin as a piece of paper, but for widen thee useful habits to as to give I anything MASON &HAM LIN ORGAN AND PIANO CO. R. pi I

the coarser kind the waxen sheet is an like chances to the poor, and I trust the I had fluttering of the heart Ua TOY. NEW YORK. Ch ICAGO.

eighth of an inch thick. Rough pen and time will come when the mechanic and and swimming of the head. One --- -- COUNTY SURVEYOR. ;
ink drawings of the work to be done are PIONEER COOPERAGE ;;
the laborer shall insist
on public playgrounds Orders mail will receive
by as iC
I read called prompt
given the operators. They draw the hairlines day your pamphlet
: as the right of his little ones. Syrup Barrels $2.25. I attention as calls in 1)roll. iI
with sharp pointed instruments by I[ wonder that: the rich who endow ccl- "Life Among the Shakers, which dis- ISJs!
the aid of straight edges. The dotted order ten cents extra. Address: Georgians, Fix
eges do not even think of creating play Ganged to
cribed disease better than I
lines indicating county or township boundaries my
grounds. -New York Tribune.
aro made with little wheels, on 1 could myself. I tried the Shaker Wheelwrighting and Repairing. H. F. ATKINSON

whose narrow edge are cut the peculiarly Write on Yellow Paper.
Extract of Roots and kept; on withit C. O. B. J
designed lines. All crooked lines

made by hand and require an artist's eye.are tho A eye gentleman says, for who the has benefit made of a the study people of until to-day I rejoice in good Honey barrels and Oval Watrr Breakers JUSTICE OF THE PEACEFor C

The names of towns, rivers, countriesand who have to earna livelihood with health. Mrs. M. E. Tinsley, Bre from 82.03 tip. : the Second Justice District of Ere-

the like are impressed in the wax the: pen: "Never write on white ,. Tanksand yard Court days third Monday ,
with typo letter by letter. Every im- paperf vier, Muhlenburg Co., Ky. : county ; a
you can get yellow paper. A sheet o'he of each month.
must the the For sale all address all kinds of COOI-EU WOKK to order
pression cut through wax to : same shade placed ca the wall ever by druggists, or .tIEW

polished steel plate'beneath, for the map the desk 1 will assist in giving the eye rest : the proprietor, A. J. White, LimIted i T. .IOIIXSOX,
is made face down. When all the lines :
and this will facilitate the work." lie I THE MUSIC HOUSE OF FLORIDA.
and letters 54 Warren St. New York.PHILADELPHIA Florida.
are in the wax is placed undera has matte this suggestion to many, U14 LaGrange. : : I

cooler temperature, which hardens it. in each: ease has received the tlianLs! r.' ifIi

The wax is then covered with black lead those who lavo been benefited by it. T1 SINGER 5,000 Budded Trees For Sale
and the steel with its coat
plate, waxen and does .lJlosophy
a simple not require tny \
is suspended in an electrotyping solu- to prove it.-Brooklyn Ea:;!e.. WARRANTED 5 YEARS.LOW .\t Low Trices. A B. CAMPBELL
tion. The copper in tho solution covers

the black lead and forms a hard plate What Is this Disease That is HIGH 60,000 in Nursery. Jacksonville, }'Ia.
which is called the The is ARM, ARM,
originaL wax Coming Upon Us ?
Apply to W. H. SHARPE, I
then peeled off and the printing surfaceis H2O $28Wi4
Like thief at night it steals
a up- -
presented. The thin copper plate is City Point, Fla. ;

backed up with type metal and the plateis on us unawares. The patients __ u __ u_________

ready for use. It is usually preserved, have pains about the chest and EXHAUSTED VITALITY I I will Sell and Deliver at your neareststation i I

however, for the making of stereotype First-Class
sides and sometimes in tho back. T1 U 'fct SCIENCE O? tI
plates Lorn which the actual printing is ; rtrwiwkrA' TIlE i I
done. .. They feel dull and sleepy ; the t ? !, ;ff THE EIENCE the great 5PJr.A.N"
.J f i Medical Work of the OS
In the preparation of the etchings t
mouth has a bad taste, especiallyin + _lIFE age on Manhood, "erv- g
is to the at
great care required keep wax w '
A sort of j : ous and Physical D"bflity or. t
the proper temperature, as a degree too the morning. sticky --- ._ Premature De- '

low would make it bard to work and a slime collects about the teeth. The cline.ErrorsofYo.nth. OR..G-ANS
degree too high would melt it and prob- KNOW THYSELF laud the untold mIN'r-
ably destroy it. Often many hundred appetite is poor. There is a feeling t tI tea consequent thereon. 300 pages 8 vo., 125 prescriptions
I for all diseases. Cloth,; full gilt only$1.00 Ion LK8: MONEY than any other booN in tU 1
thousand maps of the same pattern are like a heavy load on the stomach I f tIJtI by mail,sealed. Illustrative sample free to all youn C lilted Stair,.. 1 ul,.I j. uanilit. ituruwBU W 1
ordered and from twenty to fogy plates faint all tFIFTEEN and middle-aged men. Send now. The Gold and bt aM upr.....lit.d. \MlUUipa Piasoorlrgaat.
arc made from the original. If the ; sometimes a gone ;Jewelled Medal awarded to the author by the National any liouf luau or won n. air trial and U *.* t
maps the of the stomach Medical Association. Address P.O. Box 13J3: l'&-- I I 8atilMtory. I will pay freight both wa,.. nI iI
are small so many of these plates as can sensation at pit trJI ton, Mass., or Dr. W. II. PARKER graduate of I I I cash and *lO Ii month on a IIAU, and 110 rash u4I
be used conveniently are placed side by which food does not satisfy. The Harvard Medical College,25 years'practice in Boston $5 a mouth on an Organ( till l'id for-no! taecb 't l!
: ,who may be consulted confidentially. Office, I I more tlmii ordinary rent Oat tbe. ".ry l 0 m CI
side on the presses and a sheet of maps sunken the hands and No. 4 Bnlflnch St. Specialty Diseases of Man. I term amour ,..11' own a iuktruiurbL (lMFULL t
is printed at each impression. The ordinary eyes are DAYS' TRIALIN Cut this out. You may never see it a :uliu : : CATALOGUE rontaiuibg full hl'otwaUoao

advertising real estate map is finished feet become cold and clammy. After YOUR OWN HOUSE BEFORE YOU PAY ONE CENT. sheet Mtiiic. String. Violiu. L.i Joe, UJ utsrs. Acordeon >t :.
Mu le i lnatnm
when it leaves the press. The bet- in first High-Arm Machine has ,,"l'If.setttnneedle Opened for the Season. that i ai.d, m tart every low tend for tog-
awhile a cough sets at dry, threading shuttle is noiseless! and made and at err j yrirva. tI
ter maps arc sized and varnished. The I l>l lte Catalogue I have Su.OOO piece f4 ChoK'lunic '
larger ones aro mounted on rollers and but after a few months it is atten- llKht'ruuuinKhaii*, in a velvet-lined fin eat case.set of Don't attachment pay J6rA; man who is interested in his own r at 10 cents per c"l-y. 5..Ot u book U Choirs' 1
but send for circular. Remember welfare will l to know tha. Music at III cents per copy iKW books wooden strips. This completes the mechanical ded with agents $55 or $00 >e pleased 5UctatatadlI.
a greenish-colored expect- it'e guarantee our machine equal to highpricednacmne Vocal and IimttuiueuUl :Uic at
process of the making of a map. tired ine on the market. Address any ANDREW GIBSON 'ent Any iiee of sheet music i.uWW 'd. at I 1 ,II
oration. The patient feels t o50 cent below publishers price Books of S i
But this is the smallest of per
part a map. The C. A. WOOD CO., tt .. Sew In
piece each sheet o.Ukic aue. 10 n s 1
Tho unseen work, the preparation of tho all the while, and sleep does: not 17 N. 10th St., Philadelphia Pa. Keeps the finest oysters to be found in Catalogue. .t

original draft, represents the time, labor seem to afford any rest. After a Titusvillc A. B. Campbell, Jacksonville, tll .J
and expended. The story of the
money WM. H. SHARPE
dot is not woven in a day. Postoffice time he becomes nervous, irritable AND SEUVED: IN STYLE TO SUIT PATRONS. (Mention this paper 5G-1J't, t:.

towns are located by copies of papers in and gloomy and has evil forebod- z ._ "

the; postoffice the chief department engineers of at the Washington railroads- ings. There is a giddiness, a sort REAL ESTATE AGENTj Plain. and Fancy Cake made to order. ? !.

send profiles of their lines; county surveyors of whirling sensation in the head Baker's Bread always on hand. fcut pt I

make maps of their localities. when rising up suddenly. The j Also a first-class Barber shop attached. IJ.PARKER'S Gray. t
Where the has made
government surveys is :Meals at all hours; from 5 a. m. to 11 p. in. Ur t
the location of a section, townshipor bowels become costive ; the skin CITY POINT.Lands Parties desirng to leave ou morning mall ta5ta1

countv line is easily. made. But the dry and hot at times ; the blood I boats and hacks will please note this. r

six mile township system was not I -- --- -------- --r
thought of until the western reserve of becomes thick and stagnant ; the sold on long time with interest, or I

Ohio was surveyed. In the older states, whites of the eyes become tinged on the lease system, or for cash. 1VJallory: S. S. Line, I

where a boundary line begins at a stone I
with the urine is
yellow ; scanty Lands cleared and planted, and cared for
and runs to white oak tree, the trouble
begins. Good local maps are used in and high-colored, depositing a sediment if desired ; by contract or otherwise. NEW YORK AND FLORIDA.

theso states. But in countries where no after There is
standing. Refer to E. :M.: Breese, Detroit, :Mich.; FROM NEW TOBK CITY'UOJl FEKNANDINA,

greatest government difficulties surveys are have encountered.-been made the frequently a spitting up of the food, Jno. C. Norwood, Titusville, Fla.; B. W. MER 21, E. K, EVERY FRIDAY.r CENTRE STREET WILU'. EVERY THrKS1*r

Chicago News. sometimes with a sour taste and and J. Stras,Tazewell Court House, Va.; NEW YORK, nos..os'SD PHILADELPHIA.

and A. Becker, Montreal, Canada, for
., Elastic Concrete for Pavements.An sometimes a sweetish taste ; this is whom I have made croves. The Iron Steamships STATE OF TEXAS, CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, BIO

attended with GRANDE, the Florida Service.
frequently palpita- compose
ingenious employe of a New Jer- NOTICE.All .
sey concrete firm has invented a paving tion of the heart ; the vision becomes Passage Rates, between Flo.'hhnod Yew York alwajt
persons having claims against the the Lowest.fiSf .
composition which has some
very remarkable impaired with spots before estate of Edward Gibson late of Bre-
features. He claims that his i Rates of Freight always Low as Competing LinEarly .

preparation, the composition of whichhe the eyes there is a feeling of pros- yard county, Florida, deceased them are hereby :Morning Train Every Thursday from points on J. T. & K. W. Railway
required to present properly
keeps secret, is just as durable as tration and weakness. All of these authenticated, within the time prescribed connects with steamer same day at Fernandina.

stone, soft and elastic to the tread,
in turn It by law to the Hon. Minor S. SCHEDULE.
so that it is not only pleasant to walk symptoms are present. Jones, County Judge of said county, or

upon but actually gives the foot an impulse is thought that nearly one-third of to the undersigned, or this notice will NORTH-BoUND-Steamships sail from Fernandina every Thursday p. m.7 after

like that-in a lesser degree, of our population has this disease in stand in bar of payment; and also per- arrival of trains from South Florida, and morning trains from Jacksonville, a3

course-gained from a springboard. sons owing said estate are requested to follows:

Whether his invention boa possibility or some of its varied forms.It make immediate settlement with the CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder.Thursday, Aug.

not, something of the kind would certainly has been found that physicianshave undersigned, CARONDELET, Captain Evans..Thursday, 8ePt.13th

be acceptable to tired townfolk WILLIAM GIBSON. CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder.Thursday,
whose feet ache and !blister as they stamp mistaken the cause of this Administrator of Edward Gibson, de- CARONDELET, Captain Evans.-Th urSelay, u .20th

along on the hard and noisy pavement disease. Some have treated it for a ceased. CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder..Thursday, -7t h
News. This 27th day of September, 1SSS. Oct. 4th
Chicago liver complaint, others for kidney 24. CARONDELET, Capt. ..Thursday, Tfcw/ y

SOUTH-BOUND-Steamshipa Mil from New York, Pier No. 21,E. R.. foot of Fulton it. every
Assisting the Memory. disease etc. etc. but of these
none at 3 p.m.. M follows:
A simple device for assisting the memory NOTICE.To September 28th October 5th, 12th. 19th, 26tb. y.k
kinds of been Ne7
is to change the pen, pencil, bunch o. treatment at- all whom it may concern : During the yellow few epidemio steamer will continue tleir regular schedule be'eeD

keys, or other article in constant use, tended with success ; for it is really We, the undersigned citizens of Bre- and 49-Direct Fernandina.all Freight Order via freight Mallory via this Steamship line: Line from PIT No. 21 li B.. Xe*Yo ft4 a"special :'

from its accustomed pocket to another. constipation and dyspepsia. It is vard county. intend, on the 16th day of j..- Agenta are located at all principal points through Florida here tickets can t.N'C1I
November. 1888, to apply to the Hon. information obtained. _
find it when
Failure to wanted will
bringto also found that Shaker Extract of John D. Broome, Judge of,the Circuit *?- tate-room8 and bertha secured in advance from JsckscntUl and Fernandin omc*
mind tho reason for transferring it. I Judicial Circuit of 49Traina from F. R. &; N. R'). run directly to ahip'v side at Femandiaa.
of Seventh
?:are found this plan cf great advantage Roots .or Mother Seigel's Curative Court the 3,.Any further information can be obtained from F1..
Florida, for a decree legalizing our adoption J.)I. CUTLER Passenger Agent corner Bay and Hogan street. JsekscntOle,
\vhca it WH not convenient to note down Syrup when properly preparedwill of Edna McCrory, infant daughter R. W. SOUTH WICK, Agent, Fernaudina, Fla.H. .
an itcr.1 that might otherwise) be forgot H. RAYMOND, General Traveling Agent

fTv: li tV"t, thu plan can bo used for ani -reinoye.this disease in all its ot J. A. McCrory.ROBERT. CARLILE YORK CUT.

*" /* jitita* of purposes.The stages. Care must be taken .how 2G ,ANNA CARLILE C lie. BALiORY & CO, General Aleuts, Her 20 E. R._ HEW

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t of thd Tntcli Formers-Patri* SCOTT'SEMULSION ., *
,8oqltaJ1t9 aichal Habit ]hardware and EVAPORATORSMILLS

The majority of the Boers in this part

of the country are wool growers, and like t:1:
the rest of their kind, are the most hospitable General Produce
people on tho face of the globe. cflciq

Although living in almost abject poverty, .: :,

they are ever ready to extend a hand of OF PURE COD LIVER OIL MERCHANT. And Syrup Makers' Supplies. '

welcome to every stranger, particularly c=c:>

if be be an American. I have now trav- l.m1 HYPOPEOSPHITESAlracslao I I -::;: )elbourne.'[ Florida
eled over 1,000 miles by cart in the colony -
and it has always been tvith the Palatable as SViilk.Oo Co. For Catalogue and Copy of Sorgliuni
1 L M. Hamilton& .
neatest difficulty that I have persuaded di:: Rigid that It can bo then, Grower's Guide, address
the Boers to take from me the price oi al3este", and asBlmtlatrd by tho mostcncttivo TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA,
$ stomach, ashen the oil
plain '
the corn the horses would eat I issue*, fce tolerated; and by the com- = CHAPMAN & CO. MADISON 1ND
For days we rode along without touch- I ;...''':tlnri of the oil with the tiypopno. t"'t. Wholesale Dealers in ;
at a single village, and when night pi:itea Is nncri more efficacious. THE

ing came on we: made for the nearest farm 7ltzt lh3! as a SI e& promoter E- I ndian River Oysters

the farms flays gab I'&$dIl Trills itt ,
bow As are generally on tallog .
........ :
elevated ground the folks can see the SCC'fi'S EMULSION: is acknowledged FISH AUTOIVEATICHSELFSKIMMING

cart a long way off, and as we pull up in Physicians to bo the Finest and Best preparation
front of the house the old Boer and his ii th3 rrcrld for the relief and cure of Green Turtle and Game.

wife stepout to bid us welcome,althoughwe CONnUr"i?TIOtJ, SCROFULA. .
perfect strangers'', before we CS&gRAL CD AH1 11 orders will receivo prompt anti careful at.
are DEBILITY, WASTING I = tention,whether by telegraph,
sinking hands the Kaffir servants DI3EA3EC
have cone letter or pei-son. 1 i
are busy outspanning our horses, COLDS and CHRONIC COUCHS. AND

while the good wife, or "frau," as she is Th. grfil remedy for Consumption, and Uler E. Chase
called, hurries away to procure the best Wasting in Children. Sold ly aU Druggists.Have. I Geo. ,

cheer her humble dwelling affords. Perpetual Evaporators
The Boers, although BO hospitable, jI ,
make distinction in their attentions to O Ship Chandler AND THE

Englishmen and Americans, at least all If You b. I

my friends and I havo found such to Lathe O .
Cane Mill
case A few weeks ago, as I pulled No appetite,Indigestion, Flatulence, [loat and Vesslc!! Supplies, nil kinds Victory
up at a farmhouse about sundown, weary Nick Headache, "all run down," los> co Patent Anchor, Chains, Blocks,
lug flesh, ill findTolls OUR SPECIALTIES.Also .
with my long day's rido and covered you vi Canvass, (Galvanized Wire

with dost, another cart containing four Hope, all sizes, Tents, Portable Soda Fountains.
men pulled up at tho same time. \Vo Spruce Ladders
received in the usual manner, and Copper: Taints, gal's, 1-2 gal's, qts. : Prices Low and Goods Guaranteed.
were Pills : Varnish, gal's, 1-2 gal's
there was s8 Spar ,qtlO,pts.
although really no accommodation Rt Oils and Leads, all kinds.
in the house for five unexpected ...
guests, it never entered into the mind of LUtO I In fact anything for Building Sailiup boats. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. .
our host to. hint at such a thing. The the remedy you need. They tone np
occupants of the other cart were Englishmen the flagging weak,energies.stomach and Sufferers build up from the tJ: ]Hart's Block, 90 East Kay S(.,

,'and my boy, Jan Fatboy, take mental or physical overwook will find JACKSONVILLE FL.OThe .\.
ing in the situation at a glance, and wishing relief from them.Nicely sugar coated. ICDu

to procure me the best possible quarters SOLD EVERYWHERE. BUYERS'GUIDE is If you have any

told the old man that I was an GO March and Sept.,
-- --- --- --- -----
American. The result was that my rn"i i year. It is an ency. OLD FURNITURE
newly made friends occupied two beds, of useful infor- ,
B while I had one all to myself.No "\ > for all who pur
theluxuries or the
matter how late a traveler may h of lite. We Such as

UH present himself, bo he Jew or Gentile, can clothe you and furnish you with
Englishman or American, and ask a I CURE s..J all the necessary and unnecessary CHAIRS
night's lodging, the Boer's door will instantly I I IJtd appliances to ride,walk dance, sleep, ,
c.r eat fish hunt work, go to church,
open to him and some one of the l'I1 home and in various
or stay at sizes :
family wijl cheerfully turn out of his Q styles and quantities. Just figure out SOFAS,
bed and give it to the stranger, and pos- what is required to do all these' things
sibly find another for himself in the hayloft FITS COMFORTABLY, and you can make a fair ORGANS
estimate of the value of the BUYERS' ,
GUIDE, which will be sent upon
Tho Doer, in the construction of his tJOImI H receipt of 10 cents to pay postage, PIANOS

dwelling, does not aspire to any higher When I say CURE I do not mean merely to MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. ,
class of architecture than what pleasedhis stop them for a time,and then have them re- ft 111-114 Michigan Avenue, Chicago,111.
grandfather and father beforo him.It turn again. I MEAN A UADICA1. CURE. II IrIt"t' BUREAUS

consists of four plain walls of un- 1 have made the disease of L.l.Jtdrt LUDDEN &; BATES SOUTHERN MUSIC HOUSE. ;

burnt brick. Its floor is the honest earth FITS, EPILEPSY or s BEDSTEADS ".

with a. coating of pounded ant nests ,
mixed with blood and cowdung. However COd PANOSW; Or any other Furniture that you wish
this to A life-long study. I WARRANT my remedy to
repulsive seem
nay your CURE the worst cases. Because others have
ideas, it has a nice, sweet, wholesome failed is no reason for not now receiving cure H .JJ.3 RE-VARNISHED AND POLISHED,
smell, and were it not for the fleas which Send at once for a treatise and a FREE BOTTLB .. I
Call the the headof
of my INFALLIBLE REMEDY. Give Expressand IJ ORCANS.MidSummer on undersigned, at
infest every Doer's house I could find no Post Office. It Costa you nothing for a ... f; Main Street, Titusville, where you
objection to it, as it has a very cool effect trial, and it will cure you. Address can have all or any of the above articles

in tho hot, dry weather. H.C.ROOT,M.C., 183 PEARL ST.,NEW YORK .-. made to look as well as New; or will

There are generally only three rooms ; call at residences when work can not bo

and a. kitchen or"combase"in the house, dgos Sale moved. Also all kinds of Ornamental
the front room opening directly onto tho .
Sign Painting a specialty.
stoop with "bedrooms on either side. {j]
The furniture is of tho plainest kind; tho r w. ::a.. :E.NOX.

chief ornament, as well as tho most useful I Titusdlh'In..

article, being tho old Dutch clock cc; > BUY NOW IMf.
which stands majestically in tho corner, "f. 8 0

numbering tho days as well as the secondsof H .\\D PAY WHENCOTTON

the lives of these honest men. No expensive C. II. SCOTT,

oil paintings adorn the walls, butconspicuously H eOtt. IS SOLD5r KASTUKNHAIKDRESSING

resting on an ornamental
table of ancient date is tho family Bible PYRAFUGSA G > SALOONSIf ,.

on which every Doer prides himself. I A CCUK>Vd bI
failed to find any other kind of literature CHILLS &. FEVER, : r 11D-SUr1MEROFFER. you want a clean and easy lia\v.
.- ,
MB AGUE As clean as barber ,
with the of few school evergave
exception a I
books and tho "Ready Reckoner' which c=t:> Just call on me at my saloon,

every Boer in the country possesses.I t.Ij. .000 :lrs:.Casa Ilam aril At morning, eve, or afternoon.I'll .

am writing this letter at my friend'sboneFarmer e '" 0 ItJ August Onan tnJ iiittl f Ncptcttibcr sold in June at,July Spot, cut and comb your hair with grace

Von Dikpense We have Caslt I'rlces. Payable, To suit the contour of your face;

just finished the evening meal, and as Iwrite hIY I"IA0!., azg CASH DOVX.ORCSAMH To you I'll give a good bhampoo,
he and his family sit with mouths -. tin CASH DOW, The art of which is known to few.

!side open to see the pencil move so rapIdly and iHt without the balance merest next' or November advance My scis-sor's sharp,my razor's keen,
over' the for there is not a in Price..11 Pianos Organs .
paper our ati My shop is a ways neat and clean,
nan: of fifty miles around who could LIPPMA'3 PYRAFUGE 0v1 Cheapest iucl and idet:our in tills Itent.Hale Xo, our ex And everything I'm sure"ou'll find,

crate his own name in letters smaller is CALLED TUE Z ceptions. Your choice from ten To suit the taste and please the mind.
than his thumb nail. I am quite a lion leading makers and over 300
Wonderful Ghi!! and F ,Expeller: e.
among these people, being connected styles and..I'rieeM... And now to all who patronize intend,
the chills and, tones the cjrtem, UJ. Just and
It cnri- up come along bring friend
s your *,
They are with very an American religious, and newspaper.naturally gives appetite,Lrinjiny::;strvi th uiwl health to the L.JI -SUMMER' BARGftlNS 1888- And I assure< you I will try
best /
My to
I peaceful: people, but when their rights : New Maker*, New Instruments, New very marl
------- ---
! *ro tampered with they rise to a man es M Styles,New Trices. Great Improvementsin

nd show that although they are ignor- our Lower Priced Instrument THE SLOOP AGNES."
II .*at farmers, they are skilled in the use I-t 1tj = Large tmrchafjps= enable us to offer n..-

; P*the rifle and prove it with deadly effect ducetl Price Here are samples. commanded
I upon their foes. They are very early m PPP CAPTAIN JOHN 3ICLEAX.
0. o I Hers and go about their work long before i 0S V t rx r V* r h rlPllU.I right, large Size Makes regular trips on Indian IMver
j the sun i3 up. Tho men generally 7L / / 1 b iStrinss-Beanti, itosewood SHE CARRIES'ULLSCI"PLY
(t PW) out of bed about 3 o'clock in themorning (Prickly Ash,.roke Hoot,and Potusiam.) E1 li? 6* Li IJ ( a"t'.l''ul Rich Tone. (Guaranteed QF
perfect aud durable. Makers Price,
and the first man up has CURE r' ti5IJ. Groceries,Dry Goods

to make coffee and call the rest. fl r** 7& Octave, UpS Cannctl"'Gooi,
Such, u the unwritten law. They SYPHILISPrimary SA rl.HnU. right GrandLargoIMS
*fk in the veldt till noon when they == I Hip Flame 3, $Ivory trin; Keys Full Iron Rich Hats, Boots and Shoes,

eve the heartiest Tho ,and Syphilis,S.rph- Kofcewood Ca First- 'la.s
meal of the day. Tertiary \ < every way. Ladies'Shoes In
neat is intense at this hour, and ilitic Eruption. Scrofula and Scrofulous Eruptions c::> Equals llanos iindally sold at J.1X) and $3s oj. great variety;Prints all
generally Ulcers and Old Sores. Rheumatism and Muker't Price,trio 1. new patterns at low prices.
is lOOn as tho meal is finished tho house all diseases of the blood ; nil those that have = With Plaiio-aPIush Top Stool,
is closed up'to keep out tho flies and resisted other treatment yield steadily and surely Handsome Cover Instructor, Reaiy-rte (Mini! Toilet Articles
to the wonderful of P.P. P., the great ,
ttery power ZIuslc Rook and all Freight Paid.
man, woman and child take them- Blood Purifier.
selves off to their beds, where they sleep0Ufld1y tD e: i ] Five (avE'S,2 lieU IVOTIOXS.
/ till tho heat of the day is over. SCROFULA ORGAt j. of2J< Octave Reeds! 5gfrFor the cash only. .
>aha : $50 5 Mora "x lld Walnnt Case. Ht n'l'opLamp :Match U,46 6m.
they resume their work till sun. ::: i iV if MandsMn Pocket,
'wn- In the evening, after supper, the IB an Impurity In the blood, producing Lumps or 00, Full Sweet Tone. .Jder'.ly.ic ,$150. ---
peoplo 8weUingcausing Running Sores on the Anna, NOTICE.
Bit round tho room barefooted Legs,or Feet,for the cure of which use P.P.P., .CD cI'Jp. list. ** ty naFullliet3Teede,
rjen a tub is passed round and each per. the greatest blood medicine on earth. AH these '-- oilUhit. 10 Genuine Stops, Cowt Florida Bremtrd '
!bathes his feet in it. At first I used to disease yield readily to tho power of P. P. P., b' iiich. Uc, i-eautiful Parlor Orran. County County.
Hifiuviuda sold.
new life and new strength. All purchasers
obJect, Etrongly, but found that the re- lighted.. lla&;rr's Price,$200. By the County Judge for said County.

1 gave offense. Now however, I POISONCured With Each Ottrati a Fine Stool, ""
r BLOOD To all to whom these shall
care to get nearest the door, where nn Instructor, lluslc Hook and presents
AH Freight 1'atcl. come, greeting:
I?* have a better chance of usin; tho In Its worst form ; sometimes In eases with -" Whereas Laura E. Willaril to
">urst It is an old custom and one Em1 pelas,where the patient was in Eternal Pain applied
'tbat induces ana given! np by the physicians. In fame cases I 15 DAYS TRIAL.Order this court for Letters of Administrationon
deep. 8cro lout Ulcer broke out till the party was amass Ii the estate of Benjamin Willard,
J Vhen this foot bathing is finished the of corruption; a bottle of P. P. P. was i and test in your own Home. deceased, late of said county of Brevard,
Boer and uw disease yielded qukkly. '
tus gets down the family Biblo andPrayers procured No money required until Instrument these are,therefore,to cite and admonish
for the night are read. They is satisfactory. W* pay Freight both all and singular the kindred and creditors -
il:g without hymn books, and most lust. RHEUMATISMAnd ways if no sale.Tin* fairest way to deal. of said deceased to be and appear before

:' too. and it is to be regretted that they In aH Affections of the Blood.P.P.P.stands Our Instruments art jood and cheap,and this court, on or before the ICth day
Jw,$o few tunes, for tho only one I alone and unrivaled, and sake of its cum are a Vial always gives a satisfied purchaser. of November. A. D. 1SSS., and file ob-
eve heard ** tho tune of the One really wonderful. wend for Mld-8u turner Sale Cir jections. If any they have, to the grant
'rndredth Psxlm. They follow the If you suffer from anything,Old like Bore Syphilis, Rheumatism Scrofula I cular. ing letters aforesaid, otherwise the same
Blood Poison, Uteen _'Lot
,. REJIZlfBER. _Price: Easiest
;J? gof the Dutch Reformed church, ,5 or any disease of the blood be sure and 't' : Terms:But Instruments. Fine Stools and; Cboe will be granted as prayed.In .
;arery Sunday, no matter what the &;1\8 P.P. P.a UiaL '';' '-. ", t; .A Freight Paid; 15 DaVy Trial; Of testimony whereof, 1 have officially .
P.P.P.(Prickly Ash, Poke Root and Potas. .. ', Tear Guarantee One Price
fa. tho 'F ; ; Syvart Dealing; set my hand and seal this 2nd day of
'JJttber horses are Bpannedinto slam)is BO secret patent medicine like the manyon Only: Money Saved: :auLUDDEN -
*5tan early hour to take them the market IU formula is on every bottle, '- Ji.1.: : "- Oct., 1SSS.
to thus giving guarantee louatu whole* BATES MINOR t'. JO AS. .
WIa which in some cases is thirty oxneness that DO other give. .
'M 23 cou .
fty (rQin tbeir born' .. $01 rUF.BN IIU 'C HOUSE. "' 'lAHAH.CA. tt.Jndgt.THE





LOCAL, LACOMCS. I The steamer Georgiana resumed her I I I A box of eggs was recently shipped Bucklen's Arnica Salve. I I FOR S.I LFr

-Mrs. S. H. Ray and children returned daily trips this week commencing Monday I from Stark to a stall-keeper in the city The best salve in the world for cuts, A tract of land on Indian Hirer in the
market at Orlando,and upon beingopen- bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever county of
[ rc\'anJ,7 consisting
from.their visit at Oak Hill last week. morning.The ed of the found have in- hands chilblains Of 88
one was tetter
eggs sores, chapped acres; it being lot No. 3, and south
-Mr. W. d Howes, of Oak Hill, wasa steamer White was off the lower cubated, and the chirping of the little corns and all skin eruptions' and posi- I of the northeast quarter of section lull 33

,visitor to our town last Tuesday and route for a few days last week on a trip chick came near stampeding the inmatesof tively cures piles, or no pay required.It and lot No. 3, being the southwest guar-
Mosquito: Lagoon.We the market, who concluded that the is.guaranteed to give perfect satisfac- I ter of the northwest quarter of
Wednesday. noise of the callow biped was the chirping tion or money refunded. Price 25 cents 36, both in township 31 south section

-Try one of Ray's -'My Dick" o-cent are informed that Capt. Zellersis of a deadly microbe that had run the per box. For sale by all drug stores in I east. This is a very desirable range piece 30 of

cigar Best smoke in town for the money now exhibiting his manatees at the quarantine blockade.Absolutely. Titusville, and on Indian River. hammock soil of rich quality, suitable

Vorld's Museum, Columbus, Ohio. J JYrs. i I| for the raisin of all tropical fruits. Is
-something new. Advice to Mother..
| situated at the Narrows '
near Kuos:
.WImLOw"s Socnmxo8rBa-ahouldaIwaJII : post
-Ir. C. C. has returned 'I
-Dr. W. L. Hughlett was in town on be used when children are cutting teeth. It re office. AVill sell cheap for cash. For
from few days' tripto with his family from Oak Hill, where lieves the little 8t1 fererat once;itproduceanatnral, particular* address
Monday, returning a quiet sleep,and the little cherub awakesas'"bright
Sanford. they have been spending most of the time as a button." It is very pleasant to taste. It }:. M. LOW
since the first of soothes the chDd,aotten8 the gums,allaJ8&l1 pain Sept. 3. Brockton. Mass.: f
The Rev. Mr. Prince and :Mrs. H. August. regulates the bowels,and is the beat known remedy 'i
for diarrhoea, whether arising from teething or
R. Olmstead, of Eau Gallie, were in -The orange crop is beginning to ROYAL RS by other causes. Tw tJ-11'e cents a bottle. GRAND VIEW HOTEL ,'

town the first of the week. move from other sections of the State, ,TILY a
but shipments have hardly started yet TO RENT, ,
and Lewis returned F
Messrs. Purdy TITUSVILLE, FLA.
from Indian River.S. .
from their trip down the coast with the -0--
last H. Ray has orange boxes, also I A ONE STORY AND A HALF .
Ruby Dye The most centrally located Hotel in City, t
fertilizer for both trees and
orange vege
A. S. 3Iagruder, the successful -0-- ,
well-sinker of Rockledge, is on a visit for tables. Send him your orders at once gAJ.POWDER HOUSE FURNISHED NEW HOUSE. FIRST-CLASS

N. C. and be supplied before the quarantine EVEUY RESPECT.: .
a month at Carthage, ,
shuts you off. Open all the year round. Table Uonrpassed. ;
The in the Episcopal church are
pews the contrctor -The machinery on the steamer Pico- At MIMS, near Station, I, Bath Rooms Free.
being placed position: by ,
lata has been removed from the hull, and Rates, 82. O &. &3.OO per Daj.
Mr. L. R. Decker.
t will be placed in the new lighter, now -4KIf4G AT $6 PER MONTH. ADDRESS, SPECIAL RATES FLU WEEK. i
-Our letter by our special correspondent -
and solicitor descriptive of Court- with being a built sternwheel.We as a means. of propelling it J. A. AIILLEr,1'roprietor.---

ney and Merritt will appear in our next Mrs. K. J. Hamilton, City Point, Fla. -
learn that railroad sched-
week's edition.Mr. a new INDIAN RIVER ART GALLERY
ule is contemplated to go into effect next
Edward H. Titus is acting as
Monday, or some change to be made from
marshal while the marshal him- THE RQPIQAL
deputy the present one, as the steamer Georgiana I TICKEXS TUIKNEK
self is absent, and he makes a first-rate I
will leave here at about noon or a Pure.

officer.Mr. little later instead of in the morning as Ladies' & Gents' Photographer,
Thin powder never varies. A mirvel of purity
Peter Nelson is at work on a
at present.Mr. strruutti. and wholfMnnent-HS. Morn economical HEST-A.URA.jS-T. Views on East Coast and Indian Biter
machine the particulars of than the ordinary kinds: and cannot be sold in
( dredging Jas. Sanders, of Merritt's Island, competition with the multitude of low text, abort a Specialty.Has .
which we hope to give our readers weight iluiu or phnspti.upowders.. Sold only in the only Authorized PnoTOflRirk
starts to-day to study law at the office .. Near Railroad
caux. lioyal Dakiu: Powder C 10 i Wall Street, r Depot, OF PRESIDENT CLEVELAND AND PAm
next week. of Messrs. Begs & Palmer Orlando. New YorkJ.
that has ever been made during their
-We learn that Miss Katie Paddison With the large practice this firm has Mr. rillTCIIAUD, President.V. Titusville, Florida.Mrs. travels. Orders by mail receive prompt "

has accepted the position of teacher at Sanders will have exceptional advantages M. DROWN,Cashier. L. Mackenzie, Proprietress.MEALSlBUNCHES.. attention. 4M>ma.

Turnbull public school, which will com- for becoming an able disciple of Black-
mence in a few days.S. stone. I ,

H. Ray and N. C. Bryan are D>'ALEKi> IX
-Dr. F. H. Houghton, of Columbus, .

equipped with all the facilities for arte- Ohio) writes us to the effect that it is Titusville, Florida.A -. ._ .
sian wells and irrigation, and solicit correspondence getting quite cold up his way, and he GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRAN ,

Titusville, Fla. says he hopes to be in the beautiful Indian SACTED. SOUPS, OYSTERS, ICE CREAM, I

-) T. Hatchett & Co. will have River country again this winter, bask- Exchange bought anti sold. Special Loans and JELLIES, ETC. Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery,
prompt attention given to collections. Stationery, Family Medi-
20.000 Bangor orange boxes arriving ing in our delightful sunshine, and inhaling negotiated on first mortgage for Savings
: cines Garden Seeds
Banks, Corporations and Individuals. Interest ,
between the 20th and 30th of this month. the health-giving ozone wafted allowed on time deposits. BREAD, CAKES & PIES. I.

orders. Indian River from Advances made available collateral. CHOICE GROCERIES "
Send in your across the Atlantic upon discounted. Table Board at Reasonable rates. Families :
-No has been received lately in Ocean. Mr. Ed. Miller, son of our re- Approved business paper served. f Y
news Drafts on all parts of Europe. Bay, Corn, !!apes Fertilizers.
reference to the fever at Enterprise, but pected townsman, Mr. J. A. Miller, of Business done at Jacksonville rates. ,$
the Grand View is in the above city Every favor, consistent with sound .11
it certainly must be dying out. Quarantine extended. _________ ___________ __ fH f-,
.. is strictly enforced, however, at this looking remarkably well and happy, we CORRESPONDENTS banking cheerfully: Bank of Jacksonville,

point. are informed. r Jacksonville, Fla.; The Seaboard National FN1Gutteriog1
Bank, New York. 23
-Mr. A. L. Hatch, of City Point, was A great many northern visitors are a

in town Monday attending the meet- anxious to return to Indian River, but LOOK AT THAT LAMP!IIto :

ing of the Board of County Commissioner are deterred from so doing o.ving to the and Metal Work of all Kinds

; in the interest of the Brevard county yellow fever epidemic existing in some Chimney No Smoke I No Odor.

pamphlet.' towns in the State. The Indian River The Brilliancy of Gas, with the convenience I have purchased all the tools of the late firm of D. K. Harrison & Co., and will carry

section, fortunately, has been, and is of a Hand Lamp. Saves from 50 to on the above trade in connection with Ill)
-1\lr. S. F. Gray returned from Pep-
entirely free from this dread 75 per cent of oil by actual test. Burns
per Haulover on Monday, bringing with the lowest grade of kerosene oil with per- BUILDING BUSINESS.The .
him his wife and children,who have been and.we trust that those towns who are at fect safety, as it is positively non-explosive. '
present afflicted, will accept our deepest The amount saved from chimneys and oil same energy. and attention will be given to this branch as has been given to tit
about weeks Mrs. Orlando
two at -
spending ; balance of business. J"I
sympathy, and that ere long yellow feyer for one year more than pays for address my
Quarterman's.There For catalogue etc.. .
will be a regular meeting of will be a thing of the past in their J. T.descriptive TUKNKH, TITUSVILLE, FLA., Estimates Given and Work Executed in all Parts of the State. ;
districts. Titusville still
Indian River Lodge, No. 90, at their Agent for the W. T. COTTER Sanford Florida. ,
strict quarantineand as the cool weatheris for Brevard,Orange and Volusia counties. 26 ,
(hall, on Saturday evening, 17th, inst., at I fast approaching, we hope to be free Refers,by permission, to Capt. James Pritchard.
7 o'clock in. By order of W. M., J. Pres. L It. Bank ; J. A. Miller Grand View Hotel;
from any more "scares" this winter. G. W. Mackenzie II. lUy, Lewis & Pnrdey and
Mendel, secretary.We others. 25 WE CALL THE ATTENTIONOf
-Since our last issue we have not been

hear that Mr. D. S. Hutchinson able to secure the full county election ."* WITTIEST,PRETTIEST JUVFNILES the people of Indian River to our stock of Gocd.. I

is expected to return within a week or returns and the same cannot be given QUEER PEOPLEralmercowear :! which we are offering at very close margin.We .

two, and that Capt. Hawley and his bride until the official canvass is held. We t s a WINGS Srixaa'Yafit PAWS cr.AtvsrGO' taoacit make a specialty of j
will him. We then hope to $ 46C. ,0 3r.ODBy
have heard that Fort Drum and Otter r;

see him complete his new hotel. Creek precincts give a combined vote of rlal2.s '" Groceries Grain Hay and Flour

-Mr. L. C. Oliver has commenced his fourteen straight Democratic votes. Eden ,
building on the railroad wharf, betweenthe precinct is supposed to give about a ma- IIIi1

buildings of Messrs. A. M. Hamilton jority of eight Democratic votes, while :.:. <
& Co., and the Indian River Canning Co. Georgians will give a slight Republican :Full Elopement of the oddest of flat pranks illustrations Frog charming and the the Btori No"Trines-8."and.)of FURNISHING GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, ETC.
He soon to launch out in the fish lanxb-proYokinK
expects majority. immensely :
Juvenile say of H artist.toiel1lolr 1 -It carte*+y liulr JolLa wild "* lritilcataht- Which we are offering at low figures. Those needing shoes will find it greatly t. :
and business. .:; :
oyster Work was commenced yesterday on art Mon irhifdrm.Clinton B.bbPPL"-R Hf Connell. .D.' /"lnrom-r/ M'l their interest to give us a call as we are tiling shoes very loir.We .

-Mrs. J. P. Turner, who recently the canal to lead from the southern edgeof Lamify* and aNd facie eleqat-n Remut.-Hon."Hon.Howard S.S.Cox., JJurfInaa Crosby.AGENTS -. will be pleased to quote prices at any time. I.

"Quarantine March has WANTED. IirnnARD 1IRO*. I
composed Mosquito Lagoon to the northern waters & "
trcet.l.hiladelplaia. 1'a.
723 Chestnut
E. L rn.Arn'
followed that excellent production by of Banana River. A company has .

composing a charming piece of dance been formed for the purpose of accom- MALABAR CIGAR FACTORY.II. ___--- --- -------- -

music entitled,the"Indian River Waltz." plishing this work to be known as the
C. Starck, Proprietor. ROBBINS & GRAHAM
-In a recent letter to the STAR, Rc,'. Banana Creek Improvement Canal and ,

Mr. Foy states that his health has not Transit Co. It is expected that this ca- Manufacturer of fine Havana and Domestic
Trade with fine
improved sufficiently for his return to nal will greatly benefit navigation, im- Cigars. supplied
hand made Orders filled.
goods. promptly
Florida as yet and that his physician prove the fishing and kill the seaweed in Factory at Malabar, Fla. 28 REAL ESTATE BROKERS & LOAN AGENTS. 1I

recommends taking a longer vacation Banana Creek and Banana Riyer. During I

l from work. the heavy northers of the winter S.F.. GRAY. .

f -Mr. Jake Birnbaum started, Monday season it will empty more salt water into _

morning, as far as Palatka, to meet Indian and Banana Rivers than the Watch Maker and Jeweller. LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD.

his wife and children on their return to Haulover canal. Shop at John M.Dixon's Drug Store Titnsville,Fla
Loans First Class at from 12 to 24 cent
Indian River. They arrived here safely -School commenced Tuesday morningat ALL WORK WARRANTED. Negotiated on Security per

' on Tuesday afternoon,and will reside in Titusville Academy, with Mr. Schellas Choice lots in rapidly growing Towns, will net investors 100 per

the Boone cottage, North Titusyille.We instructor. By the first of Dec. Mrs. N A U {AN'S cent in twelve months. 1 t

learn that Mr. Charles D. Sweet Schell and Miss Jennie Gray will be hereto Residence lots in Titusville from $20 up to $1000.

and wife have left El Dora for Memphis, act as assistants,and we will then have NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY Business lots from $250 to $ ,500.

Tenn., where they intend to make their the best school, under the charge of the TilE PIONEER AGEXCY.For t

permanent residence. They carry with best teachers, that can be found in this terms and sample copies addressCHAS.H.NAUMAX Agents for Florida Southern Railway Lands. t

them the good wishes of their many] section of the State. Parents living down I

Titusville friends. the river who wish to avail themselves of i More than 3,000,000 Acres of Choice Lands, located in nearly every '

Mr. H. B. of the the opportunity of sending their childrento Haulover P. O., Brevard county, Fla. county in the State, suitable for Farming, Grazing, Fruit and Vegetable
Hersey, Signal
Growing-Pine, Cypress and Cedar Timber, price $1 per Acre
a high grade school without their
Service, has secured a leave of absencefor State of Florida County of Brevard. InJustice upwards.P. .
about two weeks, which he will spend leaving the county should correspondwith Court. 1
the School Commissioners 0. Box 250 Titusville Florida.A. .
of' whom To J. E. BENNETT. ,
down the river, including a trip to Fort
Mr. J. M. Dixon is one, in regard to tu You are hereby notified that a writ of
Pierce and that immediate vicinity. He ition. No doubt they attachment has been issued against you A. STEWART, GEO. M. ROBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM.
started on the steamer, Tuesday morn- can secure reason- and your property attached to satisfy the Clerk Circuit Court. )I. Do
ing. able board:at many of our Tamily residents demand of P. J. Hall amounting $10. Atty. at

during school attendance if they desire. Now unless you shall appear before the
Three colored men were arrestedover Hon. II. F. Atkinson, Justice of the BREVARD ABSTRACT OF TITLE COMPANY.

A. Gibson's restaurant last Friday; Peace in and for said county at his officeat

morning for gambling. Two gave bond Married, Titnsville the3d day of January A. Complete Abstracts of Title furnished to all land In DI'.
D. 1889, at ten oclock in the forenoon
for appearance at next term of Circuit At the Carleton, Melbourne, Fla., on judgment will be rendered against you yard s county, Florida.
and the Thursday evening. Nov. 8th 1888, by and sold to the debt.
Court; one was discharged, pro- your property pay
the Rev. James Bolton, Mr. Richard W. Dated this 1st Iaor November. A. D. : -Titles Examined and Perfected.
prietor was recognized by bond for ap Andrews to Miss Emma Strawbridge, of 18SS. P. J. HALL Plaintiff.'D. '0[: % ,

pearance also. Sharon, Pa. Ko. .cards. f.. GAULDEN, Plaintiff's Attorney. -" Box 25O, Titusville, Fla.