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 22, 1888


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


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

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BEAUTIFUL HERRITT'S ISLE house but vegetable gardening en- I was seen, wounded it slightly in one foot. might be saved by mending and patch- the neighborhood, and a lack of sympathy -
gaged the most of Mr. Sam's time. Seeing the animal was about to spring, ing. The rest tie themselves up with with the unfortunate Titusvillians
Next come the Messrs. LaRoche Bros. he caught up a lightwood knot that prov- strings, and use horse shoe nails for buttons who, haying gone 1,500 feet for water,can

A DOTPTIOX[ OF ITS NORTHERN They are largely engaged in truckfarming identially lay handy and as the panther, They are very sentimental and find nothing better than whiskey, we
for the northern market. Their homes for such it was, came flying through the have a vague far away look in their eyes. come to the groye of Mr. J. R.Carter, an
PORTION, AND RESIDENTS. are embowered in trees of natural air in one tremendous leap of over twen- They blushed awfully when we took out old confederate soldier, undismayed by
growth such as the'oak, bay and palmetto ty feet full for his throat, he crushed its by mistake a pair of our old aunt's stocking the furling of the stars and bars. Mr.
The Rapidly-Improving Villages and command view of the river. The skull with one desperate blow and saw, However the Messrs. Mitchellare Carter hails from St. Augustine, and
Courtney and by our Merrill SlccinlCorl"CHpoudcnt. Portrayed Messrs. LaRoche own largely of land though he could scarce believe, the sav- now employed in Titusville, (that I came here 14 years ago. He took up a

along the river front as well as in the in- age beast dead upon the ground. Less naughty town) and may have a little of homestead, on which are now eleven
terior. They all have groves in a moreor hazardous adventures have thrilled the the bloom rubbed off. Leaving the dwellings. He has disposed of a good
BY VTODEX GOD OF BAx "From whome comes AVodensday, that lost his notes cannot recall the number' The beast was eight feet and seven inches! we soon reach the residence of Mr. or more-eight acres cleared and a groveof
of trees in form he and hundred and fifty ,,'. II. Smethie of local vocal fame. in
Truth is a thing I will ever keep." grove though cannot long weighed one 400 trees, 300 bearing, together
fail to remember the kind hospitality pounds. Mr. Smethie deserves every commendation with 500 guavas, which, he considers,
time when the minds of people at
At a towards tended to him by these gentlemen.We Mr. W. R. Sanders has eight hundred for his success, as he came to the more profitable than orange growing,
north are turning palmier
the spent our first night on the Island trees, three hundred bearing. Electionwas country like many of us have, without having sold $600 worth from 60 trees.
it seemed to the management
climes with :Mr. E. P. Porcher, formerly of being held at :Mr. T. H. Sanders. any money in his pocket, and his place Mr. Carter is, also, rather enthusiastic on
call renewed attention
STAR fitting to -
IJ the South Carolina, but now postmaster at While there and among other political and home are the creditable fruit of his banana culture, and says that from a
1 unparalleled section, for
to our own Courtney. Mr. Porcher has roamed this reminiscenses we gleaned from him was own exertions. He has three acres in clump 10x15 feet he has cut eleven
while there may or may not be yellow wide world over and tried his fortunesin an account of Senator Sharpe's electionin cultivation. We now come to :Mr. Jno. bunches this year, and that plants setout
1 here yellow fever there certain
1 fever or many lands, Mexico being among the the "way back" days when he polled a R. Field's place, Mr. Field came from in June bore the following March,
it is that the overly-dreaded scourge has number, but he finds as the poet writes: total vote of eighteen.Mr. :Macon.. Ga., in lb'68 bringing-: his family. from which, we conclude, he must have
never made a lodgment on our shores: nor 'Where e'er we roam, T. H. Sanders has a fine hammock with him. Mrs. Field being the first la- the famous Hart banana, an early ripener -
in years gone by when typhoid malarial Our first best country ever is at home." grove of about six acres and last year dy to bless the island with her presence. of delicious flavor. Mr. Carter is a

: fever, diptheria, and pneumonia have Those who remember the beautiful shipped nearly 1,500 boxes of oranges. For two years before coming Mr. Field I man of thrift who has always kept the

ravaged various sections, has any contagions Miss Peck, can scarcely believe that ten Everyone knows Mr.Tom Sanders, whomto had chills and fever, he took quinine one pot boiling, and the latch string out.

disease got footing among us. years have passed since she was the reign know is to like. His fine, commodious week after arriving here, and has neither F. S. Higgins, of Mass., furnishes an
it will be
this kind
For an enterprise ing belle Atlanta. Time has dealt gently house is the social rendevous for the young taken quinine nor had a chill since, nor example of industry well applied. The
readily seen that to steam majesticallyout with Mr. Porcher's charming wife and people in that neighborhood, with his has be known of any continued case of diyine source of man is beautifully exemplified -

.'', of Titusville regaling one's esthetic surely if happiness, that rare bird, ever cordial hospitality and two charming chills and fever in his twenty year's residence in the wise division the brain
the beauties of lovely
soul on languid who the well the island. We noticed at into two which enables
does rest among us mortals it should be daughters play piano on hemispheres, an
., river is hardly doing the country justice.To found perched on the ridge pole of Mr. and his wife's thorough symyathy with the Mr. Field's a two-year-old Tangerine Irishman to start on one- side- of an-- argn.
sail boat at Titusville and to coast
take i Porcher's dwelling. His present holding pleasures of young; people, how could it orange bud with a circumference of ten ment and wind up on the other ; but a
along reed-fringed shore by little bights comprises forty acres three hundred and be otherwise ? Mr. Tom Sanders has inches, a leaf of tobabcco maturing froma more creditable example of this dual
and bays of rare beauty and full of fascination fifty orange trees, eight, acres in cultiva- dealt extensively in cattle, and has a stalk after a third cutting that measur- ability is found in Mr. Higgins, who not j

h':'' for the lover of the picturesque, tion. Mr. Porcher is taking care of the good many now on the range: and thoughhe ed thirteen inches wide and twenty-nine only aspires to be an orange grower, buta
is better, but to see the rural beauties of valuable property of his father-in-law, is an orange grower of the first water, inches long, and the fourth crop com- master builder and contractor. Ful-

f our favored land and the""stern husbandry Professor W. H. Peck, of literary fame.It he will exchange too willingly the noisy irfg: < on. Sugar-cane still growing from some praise of his work is unnecessary,
-our countries' pride, one must leave will be seen that most of the above- packing house for aride over the prairiesto planting of fifteen years ago, and his as his ornate and tasteful buildings offer
, the path of the genus tourist and trudge :. named gentlemen were planters on the a roundup, and the way he explodeshis present crop from three to four acres is a lasting tribute to his skill. Mra.
i'i' afoot through green lanes, always green, Carolina coast. Those who know the twent '-root cow-whip on such occa- the sixth from planting. One rattoon Higgins is acting postmistress at Merritt,

t even in midwinter, by pleasant country southern seaboard, the cordial hospitality sions is a terror to greenhorns. Right cane measured fifteen feet; three cane and they are blessed with a comfortable. ,
i II roads and beneath overhanging avenues ,the refinement of the ladies, and the here east of Mr. Sanders' place is the made ten quarts of juice ; one-half crate pleasant home.
t of trees and visit those favored spots that high standard of the honor of the men Mitchell brothers' grove. The nucleus oranges gathered from two-year-old buds Mr. Nevins, formerly of New York
r the energy of man has restored from na.ture's be called the Scotch netted five dollars tree foot the Merritt House *
need no assurance as to the character of of what may ; a pawpaw one City, expects to open ,
sway. Of course the writer cannot society at Courtney. Mr. Porcher lately colony, began with Mr. J. F. Mitchell, in diameter,and most beautiful, the paw- a beautiful 3-story, 22-room hotel, in
? be expected to refer even in the briefest donated a piece of land for the erection of who came from Glasgow four years paws are attached to the tree somethinglike January.Mrs. .
'| g terms to all those favored spots and we an Episcopal church. The money is in ago, and entered a homestead and with the bananas to their stem. Mangoesand E. M. Baldwin, from Great Bend,

& trust he will bef.rgivenforshowlngsome hand and the work will soon begin. hrc brother, Thomas Dlttehell, was the peaches do well in this section, also I Pa., has a comfortable cottage, surrounded -
1 r alight partiality for those gentlemen who first to improve the back lands. They pine-apples and scuppernongs. At Mr. by ,seven acres. of land, the greater- _
manifested a decided and tangible desire Still going south from the post officewe have between three hundred and four Fields ve made the acquaintance of Mr. I portion of which is improved. Her .
meet Mr. William Wilson of Montreal
1 to see our paper flourish. hundred orange trees set out, and expectto J. R. Miot, of Columbia, S. C., who is place is charmingly situated on high
Canada who Ean
Beginning at Banana Creek, twp or owns property at locate a small settlement of Scotch raising vegetables, and also largely engaged -' bluff and looks out over the river at one
Gallie but is at charge of the
it. three miles below and to the east of Ti- friends in their immediate neighborhoodin in the cattle business. He is of its prettiest aspects She is quite a
interests Mr. H. J. Tiffin also of Mon-
re. ttuville, thence running south thirty-five the near future. building a three room house, and Miot pomologist, and has a great variety of
t miles varyingin width from one to seven treal, a gentlemen of means which ho We spent the night with Mr. S. D. says he has met the one "whose spirit fruits, including oranges, pineapples,
miles, lies an island which, if not famousIn spends most liberally, not only on his Geiger who is in charge of school No. 19. castsa spell." Passingthe saw-mill of Mes peaches, scuppernongs and pears-; and
but also for the
In Btory and song, cherishes in its bosom own property general No austere ruler he, but one whom the srs. LaRoche, a great boon to the neighboring we even met our old familiar friend to
.. the high ambition to out rival with its !I good of the community. He is the happy children love, and who loves the chil- population, by the way of which memory dear,"the gooseberry. We have
of five hundred
.;.1"JA lovely climate and Italian skies any 4lre- possessor acres,sixtyfiveof dren. We took occasion to visit the has a capacity of six thousand feet per always felt a bond of sympathy between
which Is laid out in form. He
i wrt" that has taken precedence by being groVe school, and were much impressed by the day, and is now turning out lumber to ourselves and that famous epicurean of
8.finton the carpet. The writer, under has also lemon grove newly started of quiet orderly deportment of the pupils, fill two large contracts, one for the new old who said, "give me the luxuries of
r instructions from the STAR proposes to five thousand trees. A trig steam yacht, and the keen interest they showed in dock to be built just there, and called life, and let who will have the necessities -
and either alone in connection with
i-:: report facts as he saw them, and placed or their studies. Those people who imagine Indianola Landing, which will greatly ," a feeling, we believe, shared by
others the extension of the
as far as possible from being land poor, Courtney that the only satisfaction and reliableway facilitate steamboat communication, and Mrs. Baldwin, who evidently prefers the
,- he can be impartial, and sincerely desires I wharf out to the bulkhead in deep water, of bringing up a boy, is by the hair the other an order for thirty thousand aristocratic gooseberry to the plebian

11f. 2 g to represent things as they are. the building of more Louses, are among of the head might; take a lesson from Mr. feet to be used in the construction of cabbage and potato. Her place is irrigated -

r; ; Boarding the steamer Georgiana at Ti- his plans for the immediate future. Geiger's milder methods. After selling the.Melbourne wharf, we come to Mr.S. : by means of a May windmill. An

) tusville, of which courteous Captain Pad. We irquired around for Mr. Tiffin's considerable land Mr. Geiger has still J. Field another brother who left i other attraction on Mrs. Baldwin's placeis

; : dison is master, we land after a pleasant brother and were surprised to find he one hundred acres in his possession. :Macon long ago for fairer fields. ,He has an Indian mound, the"Bight of which

r twelve miles sail at the pretty little settlement was brotherless so far as Courtney was Mr. Geiger has built him a very pretty ten acres in cultivation, and two acres of makes every man an antiquarian. You
R; of Courtney at the north of the concerned. With the LaRoche brothers, comfortable little house, perhaps takingto the best bananas we have ever seen. His can dig in there with a spade or shingle,
Wand, so named in honor of the noble and the Sanders, Sams, Mitchell, Field, heart the old bird-catcher's advice, cabbages, tomatoes and potatoes are looking and draw out all sorts of Indian rubbish,
'!i mayor of Charleston, of earthquake re-' Cleveland, Lapham brothers and others, "first get your cage." Near by is the well. We also saw here a cling- but, as the miner would say, "There is
i@ft n*n. A wide awake settlement is this. all down in our notes for visitation it is property of Mr. Paterson, of Edin- stone peachtree thirty-three and one- hardly dust enough for the cradling,"

4: To the north lies Mr. Ed. Whaley's orange hardly surprising that a Philadelphia burgh, Scotland. He is planting a grove half inches in circumference two feet the noble red man showing a marked
grove. Mr. Whaley was formerly a brotherly love sort of idea should take and making vigorous improvements. One from the ground. In 87, the-year after partiality for the ordinary dirt of North

I.. planter on the sea coast of South Caroli- possession of us and we should regard a ; mile inland from this point are the estates the freeze, he sold seven dollars worthof America in the construction of these
;J **. Besides his orange grove he culti- brotherless man as a broken Bet. of Mr. B. S. S. Grant, and D. St-Clair fruit from this tree, besides supply underground crockery shops. MasterC.

: rites a great many pine-apples and ban- About two wiles south of Mr. Tiffin's Nesbitt, both from Glasgow, who wont ing his own family, the tree has not W. Baldwin showed us some creditable
,;, tnat By his push and energy he has and we come to the Sanders brothers. let the grass grow under their feet by done so well since, and Mr.Field things' drawings, including a night scene on the
1 succeeded in making a very valuable Everybody knows our faithful and cour- any"means. They have one hundred and that that kind of peach at least needs a river. We were also, charmed by the

.u'i Place. In going south we find Mr. B. B. teous assessor, Mr.W. R. Sanders. He forty-five acres, six acres cleared, five colder climate to yield its fruit to per- playing of Miss Mabel Baldwin, a childof .

'oche, of the Sea Islands. He has a is a health certificate for the whole neigh- hundred orange trees, and pineapplesand fection. While inquiry was being made seyen years.
fl. '; flourishing grove and is also engaged in borhood and is a living contradiction of bananas in abundance. Truck farm- next morning for the boys, those young High on a bluff'; with turrets reaching
ti raid o vegetables for the northern mar- the idea that men can't grow fat in the ing is the central idea with these gentlemen : gentlemen turned up, they had been skyward, stands the residence of Mr. S.

: **** Near by is the residence of Mr. J., south. He was one of the first settlerson at present as their last year's ven- spending an hour on the river, and H. Lidk of Portland, Me., but, unlike
,; H.&ms. our present efficient and popu- the Island baying come there eighteen; ture in this line warranted its being con brought back thirty-four mullet. The I the castles "in the days of old, when
it; ***superintendent of schools. He owns years ago. Through these long years Mr. I ducted on a larger scale. They have also Martin House is very prettily situated : knights were bold," this is environed by
. ; one hundred and sixty acres of land,eight Sanders bad an unswerving faith in the sixty head of cattle ranging on the about a mile below Mr. Field's. The fruits and flowers, and 20 of the surrounding -

fc&ndred orange trees, two hundred bear- future of Indian River, and in his pres- island, and are in a fair way to prosperityand house will open Jan. 1st. Mr. 50 acres are in a high state of
I' tog pine-apples and has a beautiful home ent prosperity should speak to the over- independence.Mr. :Martin has nearly ten acres cleared cultivation-2 in pine-apples, 3 in bananas
ttmraanding a fine view of the river. impatient youth of the present day as the N. R. Johnson, also of Glasgow, and very pretty garden about his house, 5) in sweet potatoes and 6 or 7 in

I *k.Sams has the education of a scholar, personification of Longf l1ow's famous came out about six months ago, and all which make this house a delightful orange trees, besides an extensive vege-

. sad the manners of a gentleman and Bre-' line. "Learn to labor and to wait." buying_ forty acres, is farming and fruit I place for a winter sojourn.Mr. table garden all of which are doing. well.
, r& u county is fortunate in having. _hislenices. Of the difficulties and discouragementsof raising. Me has tour acres !in garden, J. M. Thompson, from MarionOhio -We- were particularly- gratified-- to see a

: Mr. Seabrook Sams, who unlike pioneer life Mr. Sanders is well acquainted and among, other things has five thous- has been here three years,,owns a beautiful lawn of Bermuda grass, which
his brother, does not care whetherlChool and hisrecital of early experi- and strawberry plants. He irrigates by grove on the river front, three hundredand rivals any of the grasses of the North. It

: keeps or not,and certainly he need ences can only be equalled in interest by way of a windmill, having pipes to distribute fifty choice budded trees. Mr. is Mr. Lisk's intention to extend his
t care for he has most of the blessingsof those of his brother Mr. Thomas H. San- the water. He is also a tender Thompson has cocoanuts all doing well, landing 200 feet to deep water, with the
life around him. Mr. Sams' genial ders,his good wife who traveled the same foot in the cattle line, having purchasedone keeps twenty-five cows one of which addition of a T. Mr. C. I. Gibert is in
$. *PitaUty is well-known. Some idea of road together and have come up through hundred and twenty head. Com- gives three gallons of milk a day on wild charge of the premises, and Miss C. L
wg1; the fishing to be had in this place may much tribulation to their present positionof ing with some capital, and any amount of grass only. He has charge of a grove for i iI Bean extended the writer a graceful hos

: *gathered from the fact that Mr. Sams ease and competence. The last pan- grit, the gentlemen of this colony have I Mr.T. P.Wallace,of Ohio,who Has about pitality.Mr. .
r left the house for three-quarters of an ther, we hear, died ignominiously one made a most promising beginning.; Thereis two acres in cocoanuts three years J. 9. Curtis, of Boston, owns 17
boor*ith his cast-net and returned with bright morning in June, 1884. Mr. Jas. room for more, and any man by old and doing well, and is the most acres, and has 250 orange trees aid

tleT ea fat mullet. He has taken with Sanders,then only 17 years old, while industry, perseverance and ordinary northerly cocoanut grove on the river. nicely-furnished house of eleven rooms,
ol o drawing of an one hundred'foot seine. out hunting saw what he.took for a wild judgment, can in ten years secure a competency Passing Mr. Lapham's beautifullylocated so surrounded by flowers as to appropriately
- JAVk mullet weighing over three tons and cat perched, on the fork of a tree. A But just here beginning :with place where the superior quality be called Rose Villa. Here
it asu't much of a day for fish either. monster indeed,,but still a cat, and he Mr. Geiger,we found a squad of bachelors.The of "Adam's ale" drawn from a spring 15 bloom -and fear the date-palm as they

another occasion he took 1,700, fish at was afraid of no wild cat. He fired at it I more natty among them spend one feet from the river, perhaps has a tendency will everywhere on the ,Wand .Among

} ODe haut A pleasant grove surroundshis with small shot and, as was afterwards' hundred and fifty. dollars -a -year that :. to: promote prohibition proclivitiesin Continued on fourth page.THE .


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I The Tellorr Jack" Microbe I MEN WHO SUCCEED. t.l I'.'
TWENTY YEARS. A Forttuco_ After lie Was 05. UTILITY OF TOADSTOOLS. ,
It is singular that just as Saratoga One of the most prominent authoritiesin What Is Dlan's "Luck?"-lUd Lo:1e-Tfc i 1
DOVTD on the ancient wharf, the sand,I a'w wltb doses the Vanderbilts she gains Gould. Africans Worship Them and Asiatics Gel New York on the turf and as modest Searching Ejc. f'S
new comer chatting; Drunk on Them. and unpretentious a gentleman as one
"The old commodore, as the elder Van- How do dome men get on in the
Heshlpp'd as green hand boy, and sallM away The Ostiaks the Kamtchadales and Broadway world!

might meet a day's journey on
"WilliamH. How do
derbilt is always called, and they get ahead? You
(took some sudden vehement ): twee some
other inhabitants Asiatic Russia friendathe
of interest of his
recalls to the
Since twenty years and more have circled round: .," as the late president of the New men promoted and others not. By what
in one of the gild bearing family-the} advance medical science has made in
and round, I York Central is invariably referred to, process of selection arc the successful
While he the globe was circling round and round the manita muscarius-the exhaliration and the treatment of yellow fever since he I from
appeared at Saratoga as regularly as \ men picked out the ranks Take
-and now returns. have madness that more civilized nations demand had it in New Orleans In 1867. Tho authorities I
season came round. Their heirs mercantile life, for instance. Is there
How changed the place-all the old landmarks cut the springs and spend the summer at and receive of alcohol, and enjoya at Jacksonville, Fla, have been'I any definite system cf promotion there?
gone-the parents dead Newport and other resorts. "The old I narcotism from its extracts as seductive firing cannon with the idea of killing II Is there a searching eye that ii always
(Yes he comes back to lie In port for good-to commodore"* was a great man to sit on as that of opium. I the Yellow Jack microbe by concussion.The I the lookout for those who on
to be
settle-has a well filled purse-no spot will The Islanders indebted to toad !
Fiji are effect of this violent and shocking
do but this) the veranda and talk with anybody: and I capable men? Or H it luck and chance
; stools strung on a string for girdles, noiso the of those suffering
The little boat that sculTd him from the sloop, everybody. An old timer says he once; I on nerves that cause some men to succeed and
held in leash I "the which alone prevent them from being from tho disease, says the sporting man, "
now see I sat in a group which included old other men to fail or to retrain where
I hear the slapping waves.. the restless keel the commodore" and William H. Seward, classed among "the poor and naked, I seems to be considered, and perhaps properly -I, they are?
rocking in the sand. and their sole aesthetic occupation lies in a secondary consideration to the "
missed the Men rail
who so narrowly presidencyin against "fate. There are
I see the sailor kit the canvas bag. the great box I 1860. They were talking about money ornamenting their limited wardrobe.The great end of putting a stop to the con- I always some thousands, if not some

bound with brass making. Fiji fishermen, especially, value tagion. In New Orleans where the millions, of our fellow creatures who are
I scan the face all berry brown and bearded-the "Commodore," asked Mr. Seward, them highly because they arc water- fever began in July and had not workedits doing this, and who blame everything,

Dress'd stout in lu strong russet frame suit of good Scotch cloth "you are not always successful in your proof! way up to the more aristocratic resi- from the stars to the weather for the ill
Then what the told out story of those twenty business plans, are you?" Cerdier tells us that the negroes of the dence quarter until September, all church success in tho midst of which they find
years? What of the future? "No" replied Mr. Vanderbilt, with west of Africa exalt a certain kind oi bells bonds parades and noisy demon- themselves sooner or later. But were
-Walt Whitman in The Magazine of Art. extreme frankness. "Sometimes I lose boletus to the sacredness of a god and strations were interdicted by the mayor they not themselves largely to blame for

$50,000 or $75,000 or $100,000, but I bow down in worship before it. For I from the first. A solemn silence reignedover not getting on? If a zealous and impartial
Fire Fly Photographs.The this reason Afzeltus has named this va- the plague stricken city, which had
generally come out a leetle ahead at critic were to examine the records of
"cucu\"OS," or "lantern flies" of end of the year." riety boletus sacer. theretofore been musical at almost every their lives! from day to day, would he

Cuba. Mexico, and Brazil, the Py- Another veteran of thirty Saratoga A French chemist has extracted wax hour of the day with the chimes ..from not find a very good reason, or plenty of

rophorus noctilucus. are a species of I seasons tells this: "I have often heard from the milk giving kind but has not somo church spiree.A reasons, perhaps:, why fortune had not
snapping bug or beetle, which emit a Vanderbilt say that he made his great stated the price of candles made from it. glimpso at the symptoms and treat- smiled on thocomp'iinants? One often

strong greenish light from oval spots on fortune after he reached the age of 65. Others of the delving fraternity havo ment of the yellow fever patient at that hears that So-and-so is "down on his

either side of the thorax and frombetween He had only $15,000,000 or $16,000,000when shown that toadstools may be used in tho time are given bv tho gentlemen alludedto luck.*' Tom is now in the same humble
the segments of the abdomen. manufacture of Prussian blue instead of in this : One Friday afternoon ho
he was 65. His first big hit was way position that ho hell ten years ago while
Mexican ladies imprison the cucuyos in blood, for like certain animal matter, I felt a sensation which he calmly
the purchase of the Harlem road. That queer Dick is happy in the favors of the coy
gauze bags and wear them as living doubled his fortune. Then he boughtthe they furnish prussic acid. As fungi, I I pondered over as the probable beginning jade fortune, and Harry, as if to e:_lain
diamonds on their hair or dress. So Hudson River and Central and after tho manner of all animal life, I of the fever. The next morning on arising matters, says: "It's just Tom's luck!**

brilliant is their light that a scientific doubled another. And finally ho took in breatho oxygen and throw off carbonic ho saw in his toilet glass that tho But was it, or hit? What M mane

gentleman recently conceived the idea of the Lake Shore and :Michigan Southernand acid gas, their flesh partakes of animal I I whites of his eyes had become yellow. "luck?" Is rational man going to believe

attempting to photograph by it, and the his western property, and doubledhis rather than vegetable nature.In He realized that his suspicions had been that every individual has his own

experiment was made. It was astonish- estate the third 'time. Thus, when their decomposition:; they arc capital confirmed, locked up his office, gave the particular moon which rules the tiles of
successful. .A was held in fertilizers of surrounding plants, and in the of the nearest station
ingly cucuyo ho was at the age when most men are keys to police his life irrespective of lib own volition?
the fingers within one inch of a photograph thinking making their wills, his estate seasons when they are plentiful it will repay and went to bed after receiving a hot I Tom's "bad luck,*' and Dick's good

so that the rays of light fell uponit jumped from $15,000,000 to $30,000,000 the agriculturist to make use of themas mustard bath from his faithful colored luck," and Harry's "medium luck" may

perpendicularly, and a perfect copy by the purchase of the Harlem, from manure. I servants. The following Friday the crisisof prove to be, if you examine closely, only
was obtained a sensitized plate. The $30,000,000 to $60,000,000 by the pur- According to Linnrau,?, the Laps delighted -I the disease had passed it being the the result of the exertion or the lack of

time of exposure to the insect's light was chase of the Hudson River, and from in the perfume of some speciesand idea then to starve out the bile and ali- exertion made by Tom, Dick or Harry in

thirty seconds. The natural radiance $60,000,000 to $120,000,000 by-the purchase carried them upon their persons so mentary juices and leave the patient their course through life. One bears a
see: to be controllable at will by the in- of the Lake Shore. That is the that they might be the more attractive. weak but purged of infection. The great deal of talk: about "self made

sect; for when a jet of gas is turned whole secret of the building up of the Linnaeus exclaims: "0, Venus! thou that Wednesday following that Friday he received men,*' and, on the other hand, one often

rapidly on and off, tho cucuyo will do his wonderful Vanderbilt fortune. But the scarcely sufficest thyself in other coun- his first stimulant from a physician hears it said that there is not the chance

best; either from rivalry or some other heirs have shown a better quality of hold- tries with jewels, diamonds, precious trained in Martinique in the shapeof for men to make good fortunes for themselves -

cause.-Demorest's Monthly. ing on to the money than was expected. stones, gold, purple, music and spectacle, a small glass of English porter. In that there was a generation back.

There isn't one of the younger Vanderbilt are here satisfied with a simple- toad- I the meantime "the ouiet of the crave" Competition, vnn are assured: fa ***> .

Colors of Mexican Flowers. who lives up to his income. They stool!P had brooded over New Oreals.-New life of trade," but also the death of indi
The Mexican flowers are very deeply have more than the amounts left them A variety of boletus-a tube bearing I' York World. viduality.

colored. "If red, it i is the most glowing -Globe-Democrat. species-fa powdered and used as a protector Says the young fellow of today: '"Tr

and intense; if yellow or purple, the of clothing against insects. The Protection from Lightning.In self made man' about whom we hear so

richest; if white or pink the purest and The Wonders of Baseball. agaricus muscarius oenstitutes a well his recent lectures on protection much promoted themselves. They had

most delicate." Fresh flowers are There must be something wonderful known poison to the common,housefly against lightning, Mr. Oliver Lodge said: the advantage of living in a time when
abundant and cheap throughout tho It intoxicates them to such a degree that "A wire all the house
about a game that can bring together day netting over a they could take affairs into their own
year, including roses, pansies, 'sweet after day throughout the summer months they can be swept up and destroyed. good earth connection to it at several hands, and they did not have to dependas

peas, heliotropes, camellias and magnificent of every year from 4,000 to 12,000 people Certain polyporei-those large, dry, points and a plentiful supply of that we'do upon the good graces of others.

poppies. Calla lilies, the .size of a and hold them despite dust, heat a.dan corky growths found upon logs and barbed wire which serves eo abominablywell Look at Horace Greeley as a case ia

fan, bloom luxuriantly in every ditch," atmosphere strong of tobacco smoke trees-when properly seasoned, sliced for fences, stuck all over the roof, I point. Greeley was his own editor,

and the geraniums areas. tall as a man. for two or three-hours. Nine great big and beaten, engage large manufactoriesin and you have admirable system of de- printer and compositor, and he published -
The! most'remarkable flower is the "treeof men are placed at stated distances from producing from them the punk of fense. Now let us see how far most his paper in meager, inconvenient

the little hands a native of the each other over five acres of ground. A commerce, used by the surgeon for the people agree, and where they begin to quarters. Look at Thurlow Weed,starting

colder region. The bright red flowersare tenth man takes a bat, audits the ball is arrest of hemorrhage, the artist for his branch out and differ. The old and a country weekly while his family

well defined miniature hands. It is pitched to him be tries to strike it out shading stump, and the 4th of July amusing political controversy between were compelled to live for
slow of growth, not reaching full size in into the field. If he succeeds, he tries to urchin for his pyrotechnic purposes., knobs and points has disappeared. tea sugar or meat-on bread and butter

100 years. In the valley Mexico. fifty run around a block at the four corners of A species of polyporus is used in Italyas "Points to the sky are recognized as only, with cold water! You couldnt
varieties of lilies no two alike, bloomon scrubbing brushes. In countries where correct I wish to advocatE of
which an enemy is placed. If he gets ; only >more start in the newspaper business in thai
mountain, and plain.-Cincinnati I fire producing is unknown or laborious them number of them of ranch
crag all the way around without being inter- any rows fashion today; there is too
Commercial Gazette. cepted by the ball in the hands of his opponent and the luxury of lucifers denied, the them like barbed wire-not necessarilyat competition; conditions have changed;
he scores a run. This is all thereis dried fungus enables the transportationof fill prominent-along ridges and eaves. capital is required. And so it is
Making Dread by Machinery. to it. But before the hall is hit and' fire from one place to another over For a point has not a vary great discharging through the various lines of basin ss.!

There comes now the proposition of before the run is completed there are so great distances. The inhabitants of capacity. It takes several : You don't find men running small shop
bakers and flouring millsto Franconia use them in hammered slices points to discharge readily all the electricity but few of
Liverpool many: thrilling dangers to escape. so nowadays-that is, you find
unite into one great establishment for many pursuers and intercepters to elude, instead of chamois skin for underclothing. set in motion by a moderatelysized them, and the number fc growing grad

the purpose of making the flour and eo many opportunities for the exhibition Another polyporus takes its place Vossor.Wimshurstmachine; hence, ually less. This is the day of big capital I

bread of the entire city. The bread will strength, courage ingenuity, audacityand among manufactures as the highly necessary if you want to neutralized thunder cloud, big enterprises, big everything, and men

be baked in vast ovens under the condi- skill on the part of both struggling razor strop. Northern nations make I three points are not so effective as three cannot start in for themselves as they :

tions pointed out by the latest inventionsof sides,.that no one to whom these qualities bottle stoppers of them, as their corky : thousand. No need, however for great could twenty years ago, with anythinglike
a scientific sort and the cost will be appeal can fail to enjoy the contest. nature suggests. The polyporus of the spikes and ugly tridents, eo-painful to the the same chances of success." tOn

so reduced that the people will have a To see a herculean figure suddenly go birch tree (polyporus betulinus) increasesthe architect. Let the lightning come to the face of it there seems to be a
decided reduction in the cost of living. ,delight of smokers by its delicate do not to meet it. Protect all
into a momentary convulsion to see the you; go good deal of logic in such a presentationcf ;
The bakers who will thus be thrown out ball he has held in his hand dart through flavor when mixed with tobaoceLippincott's your ridges and pinnacles, not only the the case. But it were idle to let matters -

of employment by machinery, already the air with force enough to break an Magazine. highest, and you will be.far safer than if rest here. If it is true td"times 1

raise the. cry of distresg-Globe-De ox's skull, to see the batter swing his you built yourself a factory chimney to and conditions have changed, then met

crat. club and hit the."missile squarely,' which Coolest Town, In the 'World. support. ; your conductor upon. At pres- must chango with them and adapt then- 1

means that a single point of a sphere has In the Berlin Meteorologischo Zeit- eat the immediate neighborhood of a selves to circumstances. A man most

I Selling Their Unruly Wives. met a single point. of a circle, to see itplume scbrift for June, Dr. Hamm give an in- factory chimney or steeple, Is not a safeguard bear himself well before that searchis
It is said that the Baluba negroes of into .the air or whiz across the teresting account of WerchojanskSiberia but a source of mild danger."_ eye. After all it is just as true as ever :

j central Africa do not see any wrong'' in, field, to see the striker tear along to his ( ), deduced from several years' Scientific American. it was, despite this talk of "tack" that

. selling their'wives and children, but first objective point as if chased by the observations. The town which lies in a man is the architect of his own fort

make a distinction between domestic .furies, to see the ball descend plumb into the valley of, the Jana, about nine feet Plain Folk, but nine Blooded. une. Men are rising today, aKbccsP 1,
slaves and slaves for export. A chief above the level of the river. in latitude There American citizens who it was;
I' tho extended_ ; palm of an alert fielder are plain competition is keener than ever
who was expostulated with on the sub 'see'"ita, course cut short by the daring 67 degs. 84 mln N., longitude 183 degs. have in their veins the blood of Williamthe they are making their individuality felt

! ject said they only sold their troublesome hand of a shortstop who thereupon hurlsit 51 min. E., and at a height of about 850 Conqueror, Alfred the Great Charle- as their fathers did in the days gone ty: t
, wives out of the country, never the good over to the point whither the striker is feet above the sea, has the greatest win magne and other noted kings and con- A good deal is said about opportunities '

II ones. In one, case, it is reported, a tribe aiming 80 that even his flying feet are ter odd that is known to exist upon the querors of days gone by. The lineS of and taking advantage of them; about

got tired of their chief, who was continually outstripped in the race-this is a spectacleover globe. Monthly means of -63 degs. F. descent are almost universally legitimate opportunities coming to some men aal l

i fighting with neighboring tribes, which even a wooden man should be occur even in December, a mean tem- and came chiefly through younger.sons none to others. But, after all, fa ft not *
'I and sold him into slavery.-chicago i ashamed' not 'to enthuse.-New York perature which has been observed nowhere and daughters of these sovereigns.-New the most successful man who practkaE

Herald Tribune. else in the polar regions; and York EveningWor1d. creates his opportunity by keeping eg tf t

The Origin of "Ogre" minima of 76 degs. are usual for the -r the ruts, and by handling affairs diser- ',.
Cmio6I es of the coda three winter months Deoember-Fe&ru- 1 b1 t
( ent1y trod the method employed
and )
The sturdy Norseman who lived by The Petroleum Producing Strata. ;
In Louts the XTV's time thq actress ary). In the year 1686 March also had a other men? .
it and
the sea, yet feared respected Oil
upon producing strata do not always be-
its and we have a reminiscence of Maupin insulted a lady at a ball and was minimum -77 degs., and during that It is quite true that a young xaaa ce- t
rage; long to-the same geological period. In
ordered out olthe room. She would December and January never had a to bo king, after the
the terrible god of the sea in our word go year and Tennessee Bring ; a money _
the descendant of the Scandinavian if the;gentlemen who espoused the lady'scause minimum above -76 degs., while in January Kentucky furnished the the petroleumis fashion of Mr. Jay Gould, might find. Ii 1
ogre silurian thatis
Oegir who, with his terrible wife Ran, would meet her outside. "After a 1886, the temperature of -85 degs. bv the most by ancient stratified ;rocks. Impracticable to attain his end by begia- I
I hard combat .the "she recorded These extreme I'c ae-
so account runs, was readingsare ninginthebusinhsscf peddling
dominated over the sea depths, seizing In "tipper Canada it is found in the lower
the luckless swimmer, and even devour- 'I kilted them all, and quietly returned to hardly credible, yet the thermometershave i traps around the state of New YorkThe ,
Devonian, and in Pennsylvania in the
ball ", There is record in been verified the St. will docit
ing the bodies of the drowned.-F."8.Bassett the room. a at Petersburg Devonian. embryo Astor of today 1
in Globe-Democrat. 1818 of a duel between Fournier and observatory. To add to the misery of upper The springs western less find the fur trade monopolized, and d
Dupoint that lasted nineteen years! They the inhabitants, at soma seasons the Virginia flow from the upper carboniferous the young Vanderbilt will discover thIS

agreed by treaty to meet when within houses are inundated by the overflow of strata. In Connecticut and North steam ferry boat,trwned and maD -* t
A Curious Sight.
100 miles of each other, and they had the river. The yearly range of cloud is Carolina coal oil found in the trias, in by municipal corporations, t
It is said to be tmious.sight watch modest
a Colorado
and Utah in the lignites of the
sword combats. Oneday characteristic of the climate in the win- his
some desperate ; likely to shut away from
the little Indian children when they first
cretaceous formation while the oil
Duponteaid "We must end this ter the amount to producing from tr3n -
: quar- season mean only possible profits arising
to the House of the Goad Shepherd any t
of California
come regions belong to into
rel. He wanted .to get married, and about three-tenths in each month. portation. When a westerner got
in Denver to be educated the It
by govern- the tertiary period. fa a remarkablefact t'
proposed pistols. Fournier, who was a Nature. York and made the laude
ment. When first reach the insti-
they that of the
most deposits of the of 'I
crack shot said he mad. adnnbo"
was They ar- he had to take '
spark fly,
tution their hands and
they go upstairs on ancient world exist in comparatively recent the
ranged to meet in wood, have two shots The Inspiration of Rivers. "modern improvement
knees not understanding the use of the every
tertiary formations, as for instance ,
each and fire from behind trees. Dupont In ancient pagan religions there was a work of cewspaperdomia order to canj
stairs, and sleep at night under the bed, those of the oil, impregnated sands of
drew hisenemy'stwoshotsby stratagem, attached to Ho could not like Greeley [1
peculiar sacredness running his point ,
from which first the clothes.
they pull Alsace, of the south of France and of aD
then his life. In cellar or ,
and 1808 M.
New York Evening World. spared water in springs or rivers. The famous Thuriow Weed go into a
Abruzzia and
de Grandpre and M. de Pisque, who had oracle of Delphi was beside the Castalian Emilia in Italy. There attio and pull his own papcrsofr a P
are numerous deposits in Galicia and the I -
Worship of Telegraph loles. quarreled about an opera dancer, agreed spring; and in the haunted grotto of Danubian run by man power unless he was deigeratery
: to fight a duel in balloons. In May they Egevta, inspired by the murmurs of its provinces similarly placed. I searching for b bJPft r r.
When' first set while the strata that
telegraph posts were up contain those of IM
ascended in two balloons from a field beautiful fountain, the first king of bad served Hs apprenticeship Ja '
of India the the Crimea -the
in some remote parts gentle Caucasus and the islandof i
near the Tuileries, armed with blunder- Rome received from the celestial nymphthe humbler waits of neWspa Per'k
Hindoo was wont to cut the same down Taman are of nearly tto same geolog: had dries W'I1
busses. The two balloons kept about and rites which he imparted and
laws religious had been reporter |
for firewood. A young engineer, who when ical epoch. It is a fact to be noted that reams cldisnW ;,
eighty yards apart and they were the over many
to primitive community.Rivers pencil at high speed
had studied the aboriginal character the oils coming from the greatest depth IJ c* .
809 feet high on signal being given, times searching ere
in prehistoric were every- "copy. .The i fl
painted the posts red, whereupon the natives are of the best quality, those produced m3D, a >
Pisque ,fired. He missed his aim and where worshiped; shrines were erected. the lookout for just such a
the and ceased to from the surface
worshiped nearer of the earth I3
then Grandpre fired into Pisque'S balloon'; on their banks, and they had priests of whohad the pluck to do things
them as burnt offerings.St. .- seeming to have lost some of their vola. *
carry away and he and his seconds were dashed to their own. Men swore by them, for tho own way anf to create pp
James' Gazette. tile elements.- San Francisco Chronicle. so.-Jastt
pieces on a housetop.-The Argonaut. spirit of the' waters could drown those wherever it is poesiblo to do '

who proved false to their word; and the Herald. __
Ga Pipe aa Lightning Rods. A Nut for Vegetarians.Here ..
most awful form of oath is that which ek--
I have been an observer of these things True it is that "the Rood men do is oft the Hindoo still takes who swears by a is a nut for vegetarians to crack. The Wotkb ;1"&n" -I. V.b

for more than forty yearsand have never interred with their bones but it is not divine river more sacred even than the An Indian runner lives almost entirely English ahoemakem always cd a .

known a person killed by lightning in wry frequently necessary to enlarge the Ganges of which the Ganges is only an on. dried meat and he .can stand ,more the bench leather for luck S''

the built up portions of this city. Why cu is for tliaf. uBosto Post.I earthly manifestation. The office.of the fatigue than any other man in the world. carpenters mark a cross on spa ,

Because 'the 'gas pipes fulfill the requisites Hebrew prophets received its name. in The Blackfoot runners do 300 miles over for the same purpoee, and znaX1 h

of lightning rod perfectly con ar."*-r is not restrained it is fre- the original from a root signifying the the roughest country Id four days.and in xnarkacrossandtnansleonafolding as

structed. They have the requisite amount GU-:.ty 1<>orv. hurtful to u* han t.ho'in- bursting forth and the overflowing. of a the race the horse stands no*, chance before they feel Com i
of surface exposed in the earth. David against them.Detroit Free Press.., York Graphic.
f.try t!Kit j ;roro'cos it..:-Senecsu' copious fountain The Quiver. it-New
Crooks in Philadelphia Times. -

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," \GOSSIP. '
PERSONAL R. H. Stoddard, the-poet,,has a lock of ercisa '1'tie accident weave Uepnved him of I PERSONAL GOSSIP. ..

; Bismarck baa begun to suffer from rosomMcEee hair believed to have been cut from the bead the power of walking, be said, was the greatest -
of Milton. It is a light brown or golden and trial of his life. I King Milan lost $120,000 at a gambling

all- Rankin bas abandoned his Australian bas been successively owned by Dr. Johnson, South'ey invariably sought relief from house in Vienna. RUMPH'S
: Leigh Hunt, George IL Boker and others. health and those worries about "ways and Wendell .
Phillips' body lies in an unmarked
tDUr.fi1an. .
Robert Louis Stevenson cites the Churchof means," which pursued him through life, in
at Milton Mass.
of Bervia is said to be, financially
) England prayer book as an example of long suburban rambles. .
king living. Autographs of William II have gone up -
the poorest perfection in literary style. Be said recently John Dalton, the disco*erer of the atomic from 50 150
: to francs in Paris.
. The tuiti of Sweden has been appointed an : 'There is not one word in the wholeof theory, was an indefatigable walker. He
i admiral m the German uavy. which )is not of near esthetic: kin to all made the ascent of the Cumberland moun- The Rev. Phillips Brooks is the only Episcopal

attics Romero, the Mexican minister at the rest." tains thirty or forty times on foot. clergyman who has preached at Chau-

Wshinxl: has obtained leave to visit Europe Lord Wolseley contradicts in The Fortnightly William Hutton, of Birmingham, believed I tauqua.Sir MILLINERY
I Review. the idea Edgar Vincent, the financial adviser of
: j that little men are that as soon as he ceased tq walk be would
sir Jule:, RaLumley, late British am- braver J thau big men. One of the very die. When, in his ttM year, ho felt dear- I the khedive of Egypt, is making a tour in

I gander lit Rome has been retired to the bravest be ever knew was G feet 4 inches. was drawing nigh, he exclaimed: "I am gov. this country.
Among the nations he singles out Turkey to my last I cannot walk another*tep," Phil Armour has clean shaven cheeks, a >
peerageflerr with special praise for her fighting qualities clear ('()mple ion:, handsome mouth and
voii rJeunigsen., leader of the German Lord Chief Justice Denoam was fond of
j liberal |*nty. h.*. t.wI appointed governor STRAY BITS telling of his walk from Cambridge to hi J warm blue e)*e5. AND
U\'t'" I father's house in Burlington; street London, COIL &Sehofield the commander-in-chief of "

eiThe Chitww minister: Washington has +I "Bronze John is a new Florida term for at a four mile ratA His companion was the army, is one of the living authorities of
tbe "Yellow Jack." Launcelot Shad well afterward vice chancellor I natural philosophy.
f foinliv for
\I watching
ierelopeJnct pro !
Simon Cameron who is
England. now.nearlyninety,
The latest ;
fessiauai t);. rJl English word In Paris is strugg-
dresses in a suit with tailed coat
a long
forlifer meaning one who has to tu Professor Wilson (Christopher North gray DRESSMAKINGESTABLISHMENT
Sir 1"jf.JI Mackenzie is at work upon his I struggle: ) was and wears a big Panama hat.Attorn..y ,
reply to titv German physicians which will get a living a remarkable walker. He tramped seventy
WoN! IKMJ**! iu book form. I'I'be Th&re will be an international horse show miles to be present at the Burns festival. At General Garland says be feels
another time he walked from Kelsb "as chipper" as a boy. He will spend all
I it in Pans iK-xt year, where $4.>,000 will bed to Edinburgh -
iVhitttwad, one of Mr. Gladstone's
Jlr. Iributed in priaecA''stepback a distance of forty miles, to attend n October derv shooting in Arkansas.
and tfini followers in the house of com-
hick j public dinner. Bismarck is said to be rooted In the belief
.. ujona. J'A the owner of a brewery which is j, father" is a new term cf relationship ,
An entry in Sir Rowland Hall's that his son Herbert will succeed him as thepower
it journr.1
+ Bid to pay him $1,500,000 a year I designates a man's connection
+ with his widow's son by a second reads: "I walked to Stowebridge once behind the Prussian throne.
Herr Tfcjca. the Hungarian prime minister, I I'I week to give a lesson. This 1 could do wu. i i Lord Randolph Churchill is an enthusiastic
is aliout UU peas old, stout and swarthy, 4 bas decided to build an art out the least fatigue as it is only twei < student of Gibbon and can repeat by heart '
Mzx'h hair and beard. His schooL When completed it will be the finest
mil manner -
I building devoted miles from hence and 1 have often walke. long passages of the "Decline and Fall."
*un UMMV emphatic than courtly. entirely to art erected west thirty miles in one day." ,
of Chicago. The sbah is to visit Europe nut May but
prince Henry of Battenberg recently offended -
her majesty, his mother-in-law, by The old Confederate cruiser Shenandoah. DAUGHTERS OF EVE. he will not extend his travels beyond St. !

remarking( that be was glad to visit be land YVaddell's privateer, is being fitted up at San Petersburg, where he will be the guest of the

of Great Scwtt For indulging in slang Francisco for service in the coal carrying Mrs. Cleveland is now waging war against CZAI'

Victoria docked his pocket money for week.. trade on the Pacific coast. tight; shoes. I A recent convert to "Volapuk" is Mr. Alex-

A Mrs. Ole Bull and her I ender John Ellis, F. R. S. a leading English
Duke Charles Theodore of Bavaria has for novel summer excursion has been an ex. daughter are spend- ,
pale limo practiced Buccessfully Man oculist, pedition across Greenland on snow shoes. A ing the summer in Norway. I philologist! and author of "Early English
party of Norwegians went from the east to Mme. Carnot wife of the French Pronunciation.
I C '.lIg advice and treatment gratis. Young presi- I have just received STOCK of
, frtow loots Ferdinand has just finished his the west coast in this way. dent, parts her hair on one side. Admiral Porter, after trying both, says my

Dttdical studies,and will begin to practice The largest market for the purchase and N. Kate Gentry failed to obtain a patent that running a fleet is child's play comparedwith MILLINERY GOODS; this embraces

. aba ale of mules is St. Louis where the trade recently because she parted her, name in thc supervising alterations in your seaside the LATEST STYLES and SHADESof

Senator Ingalls, while presiding over the ,reaches $3,000,000 a year. Atlanta comes middle. cottage and getting them made to suit you.

I senate,makes use of tOO old fashioned time ext with a trade of $?,0UXXl Senator Joe Brown's wife can spend n H. W. Slocum, the tennis player, is a son

gee to muasure the five minute epeecbesof A wagon road to the top of Pike's Peak couple of hundred dollars every day withou; of Gen. Slocum. He was graduated at Yalea

the national orators, a senator beginning his bich has been in course of construction for being growled at. few years ago and is now a lawyer. He is LADIES'.FELT&STRAW

ipeech with the glass full of sand, and be has some time past, was completed a few days Mme. Patti's castle in Wales.wiU be sold a slim, angular young man, with a rather

to atop when the bulb b empty. ago, and tourists may now ride all the way because its fair owner has been robbed right handsome face.

leoXUl is said to be suffering from-ill othetop.e and left by her neighbors.Miss Lord Lonsdale fe sending home copious

health,although the publio ia not permitted "rbe favorite tramping ground of the sea- Whipple, a granddaughter of the late diary notes from North America for publi-
to know Just what his real condition is. He on is the peach. district.! When picking ex-Governor Swan of Maryland, is consid- cation. When last heard from be was on his HATS

b troubled with nervousness and has morbid time begin the orchards and the jails are all ered the pluckiest rider at Newport this sea- way to Fort Chipiwyan, and intended goingon ,
tier;of death, his imagination magnifying filled and the harvest of tramps ia the largest to the Arctic sea.

the slightest indisposition into crtou disorders. ever recorded. son.Mrs. Humphrey Ward,author of "Robert Mr. Carlo Pellegrini, the celebrated caricaturist

The oldest pupil now attending school in Elsmere," is a slight woman with a colorless ;, will not be interviewed nor photo- RIBBONS, FEATHERS, Etc. "
De Lessens is Approaching-hia-63d birthday. the United States is past the age of ,. He face, dark hair, large nose and small but graphed. He adopted his well known signature -
Itfataid that the "Dutoof BoexlBi; he is is Craay Head, a former chief of the Crow piercing black eyes. "Ape," he says, because when caricaturing ,

playfully eared, when be went tm for hitbIcbelor'I nation, and ia orol.ed as a pupil at the Carlisle Mrs. Arthur, of Westmeath Ireland, recently be "apes" the peculiarities of his subect F..
degree in 1823. pied creditAbly
birth to three
gave sons, and immediately -
b'the humanities, but failed mlaerably'inpograpby There i* an immense quantity of lumber in named them respectively.Charles The Prince of Wales has been installed a '.'

; be could net tell the cardinal the booms and along the shores of the St. Stewart Parnell, William O'Brien and Grand Prior of the Order of the. Hospital ofJjbn

potation tbe map John CX. EL) river yet unrafted. The cut Michael Davitt Arthur.A of Jerusalem. Bishop Quintard, of
Oca. .Salomon the exiled prasldeat of this year is MO.000,000 feet, which is 40,000- Tennessee a member, was present at the installation a lady experiencein
EaytL is reported to have A vest fortune (XX)in advance last. season. young lady living near Minden, Neb., ceremonies. The order maintainsan Dressmaking and in Trimming Hat
has made herself a dress from flour sacks.It '
Kcurely invested in France but ii9 not The richest mine in Australia and perhapsin is said the dress presents a very unique ophthalmic hospital at Jerusalem. will be in charge of this Department to

likely that tab is true. Hid salary was only the world is the ,Mt. Morgan, in Queens- and picturesque appearance with "Straight President Carnotof France has been placedin Design, or trim to order all Hats pur-
i ,(n.rear, and as be bad no control land. It i Ii variously estimated as worth Grade" in front and "Early Rises" behind. a curious dilemma. He was taught the '
. the national funds be had no opportunity for from i2yOOQ,000 to 300,000,000. Ao offerf Handicraft of a carpenter in his youth, and chased, if desired. She will also Design
enriching himself irregularly. ) l0.000.000'for it was refused. Miss Leona Dare, the famous athlete recently the; striking carpenters of Paris have writtento and MAKE TO ORDER DRESSES
made a balloon ascension in England, 1
The youngest enlisted man in the Union A corked bottte COD Gaining a pieceof white hanging by her feet from a trapeze. On him complaining that he has not attended when the materials are purchased from

: arm) 'daring the late war was Albert C. paper with the words; "Lost, May CX Long, alighting six miles away, she found that she their meetings nor subscribed to their fund.The stock. It is not my intention to estab-.
l Whit,who is now pastorof the Amesbury of Fire Inland, Aug. 6, 1888; give up all had forgotten her clothing and bad to ride mikado of Japan has almost finished
QUn Univerealist He born found in the his new which has taken six forts lish a Dressmaking' Department to my
) cbnt'Cb. was in hopes, wag recently by boys back to town in an open wagon, clad only in palace, years
faBS3 in Newark, 0., and when not quite slip at the foot of Forty-third street, Brook- tights construction. There are 400 rooms in the business for the profits in Dressmaking,

9 jean old was mustered into a yn. building, and the dining hall will seat 127 but to assist sales in
only or
One of the promote my
most famous the
i drummer! in Company Dot theSixthfourth'Ohio Miss Lena Loch, an electric girl at Clinton, British names upon guests. The furniture of the state departmeat
turf will disappear from it inconsequence Dress Goods. Goods bought elsewherewill
volunteers.' 1 la., pushed five strong men around a room of the came from Germany. Not tbe least interesting -
recent of the dowager
with the greatest of ease and held a 800 Duchess of Mon marriage..rose. She has for object in the palace is an American not be made up. _

.. DAUGHTERS OF EVE. pound man "in a chair from the floor against years run horses under the name of "Mr. piano.
the united efforts of ten other men to pull Manton," but henceforth they will be enteredin Henry It. Smith, of San Francisco, CaL, I bought three thousand dollars worth

Jr': Kiss Rose Elizabeth Cleveland isveryhardU him down." the name of her new husband, Mr. Henry died some years ago and left a most peculiar and more inDry /

work on a novel. The receipts from shipping on the Suez equal Milner.An will. He bequeathed his property to his

Mrs. >fr rilla-M. picker Ia o suacecsial law steadily increase. In July they were industrious English has discovered widow, stipulating that she should educate
their son as a lawyer and have him
JET of Washington.Queen 5,330000> francs, against 3,106,080 francs in what the tagght
July of 1S87. The'earntngs in the first seven average English person expends the Chinese language. Mrs. Smith has faith-
Natalie of Servia has decided to annually for dress. She found
months of the year were 37,071,853 francs in one fully carried out these provisions and her Goods
open a Won in Paris. 1883, and 34, 10,900 francs in Ib67. lady 30 who, with an income of 800, spent only son, who is now of age, can talk American ,
" Mme.Carnot wife-of the French president, a year on her dresses. Another who law to a Celestial without effort. .
A first class at Chinese
her a restaurant with her husband, receives an income of
, puts hair on one in New York, Wong Chin Fro says costs 1,500, spends only 50, while her husbandgets
Amelia Rives Chanter is aid to be very $50; but,as it includes about forty courses along on 26 per annum. FORETELLERS OF STORMS.The .

4. fcppy in her married Ufa and takes two days to get through with, andis
Mrs. Leland Stanford's valuedat And show in few days a
jewels a
, Mme. Llppmann, daughter of M. Dumas, set for a dozen people, the tariff is reasonably a round $1,000,000< Her, diamond are necklace saw like note of the great titmouse is can you, ,
.. has mad a great bit in amateur theatricals. low. The business of. the regular hotels is the finest in the United States and said to foretell rain; that of the blue tit,. Most Excellent Assortment in Materialsand

Rise Robinson of Staten Island champion has not been aflWted by these Chinese ban probably in the world. It cost 74,000, aod cold.Various Grades of Prices.A .

.:.f lady tennis player of the United States, has quets. consists large "blue tint" solitaires. Be proverbs would seem to indicate of these I had the
, too tweaty tour prizes. Daniel A..Rudd,& young colored newspaper sides this she has several pairs of magnificent that the cry of the owl, if heard in bad large portion

:,. Mist Ada Harvey, the first female child man who spoke at the Cincinnati solitaire earrings and enough other precious weather, foretells a change. good fortune to secure at Bankrupt Sale,

lr tan in Denver, is 13 years olti. And la noV w meeting of the Catholic Young Men's stones to fill a quart measure. Herons, says an old author, flying up and and secured some Bargains, which I propose .,
National union, said that the number down in the evening as if doubtful whereto
; 'kiting the scenes of her babyhood. to divide with my Customers.I .
this country who are "practi rest "presage some evil
if" Princess Beatrice bas sent of her earn I SCIENTIFIC approachingweather"a
Yk eome osn Catholics" is 200,000 at least. SQUIBS. legend as old as VirgilIn cannot attempt to enumerate the
the exhibition of I
compositions to J'
Several have been ordained and
negro ,
t Kami's industries in Sydney, Australia several bright young colored men are now The electric light station at Bath, Me., is Germany dwellers in the country lack varied lines I have to offer, but kindly

1.w Mm Mnchay, called the Silver Queen- in studying.for the priesthood.. burning sawdust in the furnaces there with faith in the skylark as announcing fine invite your inspection. My
wadoo satisfactory results. weather, but when the lark and the cuckoo
is Ookaof
l coing to rent the Sutber- According to statistics furnished the war I
t .celebrated mansion, Stafford bocse." department at"Washington, the following is Flour of sulphur has proved to be an efficient sing together they know summer has come.

raw' A BtAtistidau has discovered that in Her- the latest horse census: Russia 21, 70,000 preventive against the ravages of car In Hampshire swans are believed to be

f\i Mind Marfa ppg" Amelia Rica naakos-usc horses; America, 9,300,000; the ArgentinerepubUo pet bugs or buffalo moths. hatched in thunderstorms, and it is said thai

.., }' "J the word "mad"? and its variations-no less 4,000,000; Australia 3, 00,000; Sweet oil and putty powder, followed by those on the Thames have an instinctive prescience I Stock

f.-t thin eighty-eight times. Germany: 3,, 50400; France, 2, 00,000, soap and water, are efficient means fo rraise of floods. Before heavy rains they Grocery

!; >Mn Ou'tis1&Is8aidto: enjoy.having guest and SOO,nulea; ,England, 2,700,000 horses; brightening brass and copper. their nests. I

'f4; tt dinner, and to desire her hoabond, the Canada, 3. 000; Spain, GSO.OOO horses, The progress of saccharine is becoming a In the south of France so much store is set I
the wisdom of the
.:&: 4aker, to bring friends home with him and 2,D00,OO) mules; Italy, 2.000,000 matter of attention for the French government by magpie, that if it,'i
builds its nest on a summit of a tree then
i& neaever possible. Mrs. Carlisle is now horses; Belgium 883,000; Denmark, S16.UOO; A good quality of sugar is made i I
fc"tjfa bouse at Washington for'tbe first Austria 801,000+ Holland 125,000 and Portugal France out of turnips. country folk expect a season of calm, but U .I.! Will be arriving in a few days, and I
lower winds and toI.
down tempests are
88,000borses!: and 60,000 mules. .
Pyrodene is to interest in prices and goods
a new liquid which l'enders"OOd follow. hope you

r X*Leona Dark the famous athlete, reyciadd textile fabrics, paper and other inflammable The abhorrence in which mariners.hold'the I

? a balloon ascension in ftr>%i<*rt\ GREAT MEN_ WHO WALKED. materials fireproof. As a paint for wood it swallow like storm petrel is well known.* Its I
4 g by her feet from a trapeze. On is a special success as it does not blister in appearance is believed to denote wild weather .
rpttng eix miles she found that she The late Lord Hetberly was an enthusiastic the sun. i
is away This
little bird the Mother chicken
bedtcrEtttenher Stock of 100 Bshls. Irish PotatoesI
4. *& clothing, and bad.totown ride pedestrian. Take a small quantity of a 2 per cent carbolic of sailors, and is also called storm finch and 1
to in an open wagon clad arty InJ.a Swift aya that without walking he"notexistetell" acid solution and sprinkle sheets, cover water witch.Concerning. i

; let, pillow and bolster, on both sides, the
:. J 1tra. Cora Crquhart Potter'B Egyptian tea aI .rieLamboftentraver sed the wholeofLondon edges of bed curtains and the wall next gulls in general children i I hope to have in soon. The uncertainty
... live by the sea say: "Seagull, seagull, sit on
tfJ*' eO ;made for her in Paris, Isil a perfectly and suburbs on foot. the bed. The face and neck may also be the sand; it's never good weather while 'Ce of getting them safely through

: rLte. Egyptian abava, as the national slightly wetted with the solution. Not a the land and fisher folk know that 'first in-
Sir William Hamilton would often take on ; whenthe quarantine has caused delays on
scorn by every woman in the land of single gnat or musquito will come near.
fide Is long walks, but never alone faeamows fly out early and far to sea 1m"d stallment. These will be Sold ExtremelyLow
called. The tea is to be In France of
gown very practical use photography fair weather be
!il,: by Mrs. Potter as Cleopatra, ODd it Is Beery Kirk White did all bits bard studying has recently been made. Several >persons may expected. for first-class Seed Stock. I will
*1m possible that the loosened while walking with a book in his hand. When rooks fly high and seem to imitate
j dusky queen were imprisoned by the caving in of a
have also Commercial Seed Stock at a
a such a kind of g-ormentso Bsto- allow Sir Archibald Allison at the age of 70 welL A hole was bored, and down this a birds of prey by soaring, swooping and fall
""asp to give bee the fatal wound. walbed'twenty miles without fatigue m five tube with a camera was slid. The photograph inr, it is almost a certain sign of coming less price
,. storm Staying in the vicinity the rook-
-.j' hours. showed
the faces of some of the deceased .
returning at midday or coming to roost
ban. MEN OF IETTERS Wordsworth, the poet in the coarse of his and demonstrated the uselessness of; cry
::11 rambles mast have traveled at least 180,000miles. efforts at rescue. in effect.groups are also said tobe omens to the like REDUCTION IN HATS AHD SHOES-

.. S.OOAUurne has anew volume 01 poems fa C. A.. Paillard, of Geneva, Switzerland,
The constant iteration of the
Ds wpacker's
John Stuart Mill says in his autobiography after fourteen years of experiment bas determined green -
before the has : the
i:, P. Roe wrote the last chapter of "Miss that be passed most Sundays throughout the that the alloy of palladium is non names of cry rain bird, rain storm pie and given rain fowl t Ladies' French Kid Shoes, former '
i the in taking-long rural rambles. magnetizable as used in watches, and is y <
day of his death. year reduced .
$5 to
(p. ",- Stormcock is a provincial name shared b; price, ,
satisfactory substitute for the metals
ice 2Jo has never forgiven M. Daudet Charles Dickens considered walking the used. commonly this bird and the ,missel thrush, the latter'
s.1 rartarin,* and will not permit any only remedy for sleeplessness, and was never Only the hair spring and compensation often singing through gales of wind and *,
h ? **** to find happy without his accustomed walks. balance are made of this metal Straw Hats, 50 per cent. reductionoformer : '
ct *.lwbHo : lodgment: on-the shelves and the cost of the watch is not increased. rain. Storm bird is also applied to'the field .
library. Henry Faucet spent much of his time on fare.To prices. ;.

Whitman Is greatly improved in the road around Cambridge,taking-his favorite Scotch shepherds the drumming of the .,.,
a."ab and expresses a hope to be upaiul exercise'eVe! after he was stricken snipe indicates dry weather and

r before winter sets in Hei: rtillt bund. Ills Old )Habit night,and Gilbert White remarks that woodcocks Yours truly,
j.3 ; I a "'uovember Boughs." Robert Stepheason was so great a walker "I suffer dreadfully from ennui doctor," have been observed to be rema.rbb11'listless 1: -

t jj najB mistabtO regard the that hi"compluiioDs'often compelled to said Mr. Bohre against snowy, foul weather while, : .
11 its* democratic people' N " -
': ft* wedded to aristocratic idea* or he could avoid'it. to yourself, sirP queried the physician arrival and continued abode "foretells a ,
iI ._ innocentlv.Harper's t1z4r. liberal harvest" Yews Z3.. '
outward -Chicago ,
marks_o! dhtflactionI Ssmq ,p gers leligbted 1z pedestrian

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THE FLORIDA STAR. Stone, on a warrant made out by Dist.-' Gibson Vs. Ford. I Lake Worth. Continued from first page.

Att'y Stafford, was examined on Wednesday -
Editor Florida Star: Weather suits everybody. other flowers
we noted the
promptly discharged. DEAR SIR-Will you publish en- Several accidents happening about Agave Americana, grand ,
charge was illegal voting it being claim- lilies and an
ELLIS B. WAGER Editor and MMer. closures herewith and above transcriptof great variety of roses. Mr. Curtis >has
ed he was a resident of Florida. :Mr. now.The a
$l.O per Annum. Wilbur has spent several winters in Mr. Nesbitt's refutation (just re- west side school started on the large house and offers ample accommo

ceived) of the malapert, upstart secre dation to boarders visiting the island.
Florida for the benefit of his health.
Entered at the Post Office at Titusville as tary's direct and inferential aspersions, 12th.A Of Mr. ]
He claims Albion as his home, however, government appropriation is neededto
Second-Class Matter.A who it is well known has been styling
be slightly
may blinded
and has neyer voted in Florida. Indignation put the inlet in decent shape again. by the re-
SQUARE Is one Inch In space; 24 squares himself an "expert printer and Knight membrance of the most courteous and
expressed all sides that
was on a Politics have now quieted down, although -
make a column. of Labor, and yet would seek to ex- genial entertainment. The
For advertising rates enquire of the Editor man of Mr. Wilbur's character should be everybody was not suited by the family main
always enclosing two cent stamp. subjected to. such treatment becausehe tenuate his one-sided and malignant: result. tains the polite and social usage of the
secretarial report by the plea of inefficiency old Louisiana
regime. )Ir.
THE STAR is the OFFICIAL newspaperfor chose to vote the Democratic ticket"Melbourne. Cleveland
Mails rather variable
mixed and
by reason of ignorance. controls either
Brevard county: as owner or trustee, land
Respectfully, now-a-days. The fault seems to be up far and wide, and should be consulted by
The Star has the Largest circulationof D. P. G insos. in the B. I. R. country. those
desiring to locate: in his
any paper on the East coast of Fla. neighbor

-- -- Several .drummers, (beg pardon, com- Nov. 11, 1858. County Judge A. E. Heyser, and hood. At his home place are oranges,

Editor Florida Star: mercial) travelers, have appeared here County Commissioner A. M. Fields are guavas and all the fruits of the country

Twlllght-Visions. lately, and generally things begin to Micco, Oct. 28, ir3. down at Miami at present. The greatest benefit to the material prosperity

At this sad solemn hour of the twilight, brighten up. Col. D. P. Gibson, Sebastian, Fla. The artesian well is still going down of this section, owing its origin to

, Our thoughts winder far, far away. Mr. Addison Fee and wife DEAR SIR-Ws have been studyingover through solid rock, and the deeper it Mr. Cleveland, is the establishment of a
r" They revel in bright dreams of future are expected the harder the rock to guava factory that furnishes a home
the pros. and cons. of the Justice goes seems get. mar.
the last of next week. Mrs. E. M.
As they follow in fair fancy's sway.
matter lately and Doyle and Clementi It is claimed that both the Democratic ket for the fruit which cannot from its
But soon they forsake the new pathway Campbell and Miss A. Allen also about as -
To. roam o'er the road long passed by, the same time. were expected to be on,hand in timeto and Republic county political organizations perishable nature be conveyed to any
And carefully scan all life's footsteps 'Gator distance. The factory could Use ten
vote we fixed the Hunters"at will be 'kept up ready for
With a smile or a tear ora !sigh. How it did rain
Sunday night with times much fruit
,the election. However, they have future use.Suppose. as as they are now raising
Each in turn comes over our'visio' n ; the wind all round the compass, no one on the island. They exercise the utmost
and held the -
not by outbreak -
come, are now
B.I. R.neighbors change
Our childhood with pleasure so rare ; our
can complain "too dry" now. The ponds of the yellow fever at Enterprise, care in preserving jelly, each
Our youth with its high aspirations; their tune now from "fish" to "ducks.
life with its trouble and must be pretty well filled up, for the guava being carefully washed and the
Then our care. so we think it is better to drop the con- quite old "chesnut" withus
To brighten thebeautiful blessings, creek is much higher than two weeks test for Justice with the knowledgethat an best white sugar used. Their reputation -
while ducks just getting to be
We have found in the friends staunch and are
ago. extensive and
orders from far
if hand could
true they were on we get plentiful.The .
And this ev'ning a sweet, sweet remem- The orange grove of Mrs. E. Andrews the respectable majority rather than and near keep them busy during the

brance which has been so long exposed to the submit to a defeat at the hands of the Sth, while Alfred Curtis was season. One is impressed with the air of
Of my lover, comes over my view. bringing a load of goods from the MaryB. happiness and content in the Cleveland
predatory small boy and big ones too has other party. Glad to see your reply to
Here beside me I see him now sitting; down from the inlet, on the "Kansas family, but alas that we should allude to
been enclosed with a woven wire fenceas the late Secretary; he merits a good "
I gaze in his loving brown eyes Clipper, the boat upset and two sacks a darker side. Messrs. Chas. and Geo.
t a slight hint to keep "hands off the kicking as
And list to the words softly whispered,
well.Yours of corn were lost, while all the rest of
Cleveland are handsome urbane chival
Then hasten to fondly reply ; fruit. truly, ,
But I see it is only my dreaming W. J. NESBITT. the load was, more or less, damaged by rous. Their pictures are sought to be

That has conjured the vision so lair, Great number of swallows were seen. the salt water. A heavy wind and too sold as popular actors, but they are un

f And that only the shadows are hov'ring here last Saturday, indicating cold much sail was the probable cause of the married. but
Perhaps- it
Around the old easy chair. SEBASTIAN, FLA., 11th Nov., 1838. never ,
weather not far north of us. To an observant catastrophe. we are not married at thirty-but this
Then thoughts wander over the moun- W. J. Nesbitt, Esq. J/isco.
my tains, person, the flight of the birds On Sunday, while L. D. Hillhouseand has nothing to do with Merrill's Island

Where he went when' he left me that day, and such like incidents are almost as DEAR SIR-Referring you to final Ben Potter were on their way to -Perhaps in conclusion it would be

I Left me with cares and caresses, good as a Signal Service. paragraphs of 7th precinct Secretary'slast Sunday school, their sail-boat upset and well to generalize some of the advantages

Left And me I think forever how and I waited aye. with patienceFor Col. Carter engineer in chief of the tissue of aspersions and false as- took the starch out of their Sunday-go- offered by this beautiful isle.

the day when he would come home. Fleming Grant Company gave us a call sertions-direct and inferential-in the to-meeting piccadillies. It is to be Firstly and mainly, it is less subjectto

For the day I would lovingly meet him, last week, the company are expecting to Florida STAR, it is indispensable to hoped they will try again with better frost, than any part of Florida in
For the day that never has come. truth and equity that should with-
accomplish great results on their vast success next Sundayalthough the moral the same latitude; then its unparalleled \

For grim Death, that merc'less destroyer property, which certainly embraces some out delay forward to D. P. Gibson your derived from their upset by the heathenis climate which it shares is common ;
Has gathered him into his sheaves; : emphatic refutation of alleged chargeson "
Crowning him with the fair garland of the best land along the river. "Never go to Sunday school. in this section; its exceeding healthfulness -
part of duplicity, spite etc. etc.,
your ,
Thai goodness and purity weaves: On the of the 12th while a fact unanimously attest-
Master Frank Idner is quite morning ,
a genius Cain. D. P. Gibson has denounced
and against -
I remember the sorrow anguish, ed
by those living there; its facilities for
But I turn from that thought with a sigh, not satisfied with wind mills, hydraulicrams it as unequivocally false, and Capt. H. P. Dye was handling some

And imagine him gracef adorning telephone and telegraph lines, we feels assured that you did not so stultify heavy timbers, one fell, and, strikinghim huntingandfishing; New-found harbor-
what duck in Florida but knows it the
The bright shining mansion on high.J hear he has turned his inventive geniusin yourself in furtherance of malice. Yourself on the head, cut a very large gash, -

wander how long ere I'll join him another direction and is now building and a number of others are also fully besides injuring the skull. It was a haunt of wild fowl, and the spawning ;
And walk the of gold ground of trout is it not thehunter'iparadise
on pavements :
dangerous but skillful
himselfa piano of about five octaves. that Mercer G. "proposed by at-
How long ere I'll cross the dark river aware was excellence The island w '
To Maker and loved behold nominated D. P. Gibson etc. tention of Drs. Potter and Brelsford, par
; The sale of Mr. Heasley's interest in or by ,
And my spirit from earth seems uplifted, (and through the catalogue of absurdi- and the careful nursing of his wife, who I fringed 'by fertile hammock, varying ia
the hardware business to Mr. W. T. Nes-
My heartache, no longer is here. is just recovering from sickness the I width from one-fourth a mile tea mileThe
I All"the worldly temptations are nothing, bitt, we hear has been consummated and ties, falsehoods and inuendoes.) is : land in the interior is low but rich,

All I ask is, my Master to fear. that Mrs. Heasley will return north in Respectfully, captain now resting as comfortably as offers excellent pasturage for cattle on ill
GIFFORD. the circumstances will and is
NETTIE MAY D. P. GIBSON. permit, in
the spring. We to learn that
.. are sorry extensive prairies. The wonderful varieties -
fair he is
I a way to recover, although apt
BELVA LOCKWOOD claims that womanis her health has not much improved since I of productions from the peach to
to head for
wear a sore many days yet
her residence here. ,
thirteen the cocoanut and date palm including
improving intellectually percent .1 Nov. 12 1888. to come. ,
faster than man. Mr. J. T. Hogg we learn has decided to A small-sized but strictly business vegetables of every kind; and lost but
Col. D. P. Gibson, Sebastian. not least the excellent means of communication
go to N. J. City, where.he has a brother norther struck us the 10th and 11th
THE time is near at hand when the in business. His genial smile and hearty .1 DEAR SIR-Your note of yesterday which brought the temperature down to, with the outside world. The

telegraph editor cans keep standing the hand shake will be missed by many good .just to hand, and contents noted. I about 50 degrees the morning of the steamer Georgiana of which the efficient i

head-lines "Another blizzard from the friends who while mourning his departure read Ford's effusion in the STAR yesterday llth and sent everybody hunting for Captain Paddison is master, makes daily J

northwest approaching., will gladly welcome him back should : and as it placed me in such a false their last winters clothes or made them trips between Melbourne and TitusriDe,

the cold weather and other provocationsprove position I was about writing you. He touching at several places on the island,
wish they had to hunt for. If it
A CONTEMPORARY it is not fully
says the and and it is that the Captain
too much for him. Good luck at- utterly misrepresents tone con- very apparent t
decided whether the complexion of the was as cold in proportion up among our
tend you James. tents of note I sent Mr. Cain immedi- and the company he representsare sincerely
next House will be blonde or brunette.In ately after the nomination, as to what yellow fever neighbors "Jack Frost"must desirous of doing all they ran to promote
our belief it will be brunette.A From all quarters we hear complaintsof surely have routed "Yellow Jack"completely of
Ford says about my letter, assuring Mr. the well being of the river. We beg : A
the dullness in business of all kinds before this.
Cain that I would support him,etc., etc. the indulgent reader the privilege of r ,
"MARRIAGE TRUST" is the latest owing partially we suppose to fever at If the great big T.-U. had perusedthe
It is not true in any particular. I defy another "last but not least," and refer to e J
thing out in Indiana. It is intended to other points. merchants
Qur cannot columns of the STAR lately they tad
Ford or anyone else to produce corres- its nearness to the celebrated Cocoa
facilitate matrimony for eloping couples complain, they have been receiving goodsin would never bave been guilty of getting -
pondence of mine to prove what he says.I Rockledge region just opposite; its religious ,
from Kentucky by providing speediestmeans large quantities lately and sending shall have a very clear understandingwith off such a Georgia ghost story as the one and educational advantage, and

of performing,the ceremony. them away as rapidly. A person judging Mr. Secretary when I next see that lately appeared in their Weekly its kindly hospitable and Christian soar

from the size of the place, would be Times relative to the family of M. K. lands J
MR. ANDREW CARNEGIE is going to him. I do not propose to let any such ty. They have come from many
amazed at the quantity of goods sold Lyman of this place. His son and -I
establish grand of musicin upstart as him misrepresent me in any and left their homes and household goods
a here,very few places south of Titusville family and the Messrs. Hall left Jacksonville things
New York. He certainly should do such way in the smallest matter. Re- behind and hayebrought the higher .

something of this kind with his vast equal us in that respect. garding Mercer's nomination, I desire to was not allowed to land at of life, intellectual endowments, tad the r'

that he nominated by either Mr. :Mayport, and came on down this way. manners of polite and refined society and
wealth, especially since the election of a Work on the railroad dock at Melbourne say was :
protective tariff PresidentON Beach which was somewhat in Mitchell or Mr. Williamson, and the So far the T.-U. story is correct. They in their surroundings haveJdeTelopcd i

terrupted by election and bad weather, nomination was seconded by meNo- never came here and were sent back, pluck and energy undreamt of even by'-'

our first page this week we give a has been resumed. The crossties and thing up... could_ _____ be._ more_____ nntrne than_n__ to__ say however- but- -took- their- --time coming, themselves. Drawbacks there were, and t"

descriptive article of Courtney and Mer- stringers are laid for about three hun- that you nominated him. I feel quite dropping the Messrs. Hall on their way, are,but the hardest have been borne,tad ;!f

ritt, on Merritt's Island, from the pen of dred and fifty feet, and if we do not have sure you will understand my positionand and when they arrived here they came. overcome by the earlier comer,who kite r

our special correspondent who has just too much bad weather the wharf and weigh,the mouthings of Mr. Ford at in and are here now. The daughter made the way easier fo: the settler to i

visited that section. Our subscribers have bulkhead will be finished inside three their true value. nursed some of the first yellow fever: day. "Had you seen those roads before .

responded liberally from those places in weeks. All things considered, Melbourne Very respectfully yours, patients, but as her family wished her! they were made you'd have lifted your II.'

the way of extra copies, subscriptions, has done very well this last year W. J. NESBITT. to come home, she went to Camp Perry, hands and blessed Gen. &de.l0t" ,

etc., and with this aid extended to us we in the march of improvement, having ii 1- and after remaining in quarantine there quitoes and insects are sometimes ray .

propose to portray some of the beauties anything kept rather in advance of the Would not Mark Time.To the necessary time, she came, via. bad for a time, but they are overly {t

and advantages of different sections on rest it seems to relieve a very narrow-minded apprehension Titusville, to this place, and is now at : dreaded. The writer has seen them." ,

Indian River. Our next article will include ,I beg leave to state that I her home on Lake Worth. No one was worse on Harlem River in the city of '<

Rockledge and Cocoa, which will A large party went over to the LifeSaving have never claimed to be the representative drowned or died out of all' the party. New York. Hardly a case can be named .'f

be published as soon as possible. These Station on Friday evening, where, of the "I Am" J. A. Durst, or claimed that started, and the arrival of Mr.Lyman's ::1 of a man who has been here ten resrJ

special editions, which will number nearly to use an Augustina expression, they the Titusville salt well contract, nor son and his family, and also and exercised ordinary prudence rods' W{
"had a very fine large time" dancing all the daughter's arrival noted in atta1ni Dl "j
a thousand extra copies of the STAR each any connection with him or this particular were try and perseverance, without j ja
night till broad daylight with cake and these items at the time. There is disease of Sptia.
aside from our regular edition,have been well except that I was to furnish the a competency for life. Philip,
other refreshments galore. "We did almost as bad yellow fever that for tar i.said
not at- as
our ideas of a substitute for so-called power. Moreover, I am above that levelof "time and I are enough
"trade-editions" in this wise, that they tend as we are getting to old, not so nim- agents who will claim a man for his seems to prevail- among the Georgia two." Time and the seasons, are onsettler's tie .

ble as thirty years ago. "Another newspaper fraternity, and some of the everywhere, it .;c.,
deal of one section at a time,and prevent very partner who will break a written contractto side, but here as
rivalry. Parties having desirable property enjoyable afiair was in honor of Master save a few dollars and ask of his assistant T.-U. folks seem to have caught it bad. must be "first the blade, then the ear, :

to sell will find these editions a Alex Goode. We noticed among the what an Ethiopian despot would fain Tell them to take an occasional dose of then the full corn in the ear." *Bachildren' iI7
guests :Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Idner Mr. the STAR as a preventative-if his .
not and
valuabe way of reaching the persons who not have required of his most degraded as a that sows shall reap,
wish to purchase. We feel that with C. J. Hector, Mr. J. T. Hogg, Mr. W. subject. His continued notice in the complete antidote-and then they will children shall rise up and call to W&- '

this idea carried out as expressed, together H. H. Gleason, Misses May Edith and STAR, and also his visage will satisfy the not be". treating us to so many "Georgia ed." The birds of the air rest in the roil ;' J

with the distribution of the new Helen Valentine,Miss Grace Ely,Misses common observer that this same Pioneer yarns laden trees that he saw start as aten** R

which Jennie anti Helen Miller, Miss Mary The mosquito has quite bud. Facts and plenty of them, caD be
county pamphlet, we are to publish well sinker is subsequent to Edward I; lively wings; .
next month, that Indian River will Metcalf and Masters Willie 31. Ely, "but he too, did kiss the Blarney Stone The sand-fly's wings aint lame;' obtained by writing to any of the abate
Frank Idner John Minor The redbug has no wings at all, J.aEocht, '
etc. A most The Messrs. ;
be pretty well advertised this winter.Discharged and scorned those who would not." But he gets there all the same. named parties.
delightful time was enjoyed, dancing and Sams, Porcher and Cleveland 1
: or Course. games amused the younger portion Titnsville Nov. 21 1888. assured us that they would cheerfully
i. We clip the. following from the Albion while the older guests: gossiped. widely \.. '1 The publication of the Gainesville give any information in their poftf'.

;" Orleans Jtepubliean: "Rev. Sidney Wilbur or,talked politics., The 'pulica on of the lake City .Record has been suspended temorarily. The'cold weather at the north. will soon

1:' who was arrested by Officer VanJ J U ,D'O: onu. Reporter has been suspended, Dullness caused by the fever is the cause. i drive tourists to Florida. .



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wide spread misapprehen-
.T'To correct it is necessary to state that N. C. OLI'"VER &, BUDGE:
never been a partner, agent, or RAY
A7. S1.
tentative of mine. Those who desire ,
information relative artesian wells Dealers in ,
derive the advantage of extend I .

etas A.experience Durst, Pioneer direct, addressing-Box GEORGIA PINE LUMBER Successor to J. C. Norwood and Co.,

pal Fla.
,Titusville, ,


prepared with full set of tools
1 am
sinking artesian wells. With my
. small set have sunk four wells 155 to General I-Iardware
200 feet deep, obtaining flows of from ,

80,000, to 86,000 gallons per day, from
UFO inch pipes. Have also a large set, Sash Doors and Blinds Stoves Tinware and Crockery.PA11OOTS
for finking six to ten inch pipes, if wanU& ; Merchandise
Having ventured in the business,

tools,and successfully obtained -
full flowing ,veIls, I ask the patronage : A D OILS,
and influence of citizens and friends who

'' irella.appreciate Respectfully my efforts, and who want I Refrigerators, Water] Coolers, Ice Cream Freezers, STORE.

f1_ Rock Ledge. Screen Wire, Screen Windows, Screen-Wire DQors. .

A;{ Renews Her Youth. I propose to keep
1 Mrs. Phoebe Chesley, Peterson, Clay

I. ;:' 0>.,Iowa, tells the following remarkable

, :'i 1 story,the truth_ of.which. is vouched for TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. A FirstrClass Stock
'f > by the residents 01 the town : "1 am 73
t'"1 remold, have been troubled with kidney TROPICAL AND SUB-TROPICAL FRUITS AND FLOWERS.
oJ complaint and lameness for many TITUSVILLE
Egyptian Queen Pine Slips.
! dress without
could not myself
j 1 years; -OFMens' -
t y help. Now I am free from all pain and INDIAN RIVER NURSERIES.Bone .

f' soreness, and am able to do all my own FURNITURE STORE.
i. 4. housework. I owe my thanks to Electric Meal, Tobacco Stems, Cotton-seed Meal, Cow Peas &Fertilizers.

U- Bitters for having renewed my youth, CATALOGUE MAILED FREE. TERMS CASH.

" .'., removed completelY all disease and pain." JOHN 15. BEACH, Indian River Nurseries, East Melbourne, Fla. GROCERIESDRY
t Try a bottle, DOc.and 1 S, at all drugstores
in Titusville and on Indian River

JJ ';:, Buy the Right Medicine. .A. Frosotier, IRRIGATE IRRIGATE I I Io ]

r. The day of teas, decoction infusion and PROPRIETOR. : :- -
't: such sloops has passed and is being replaced GOODS
t by fluid extracts, The latest Uni- ,
11. ted States Dispensatory says in this connection The requistes of a good Wind Engine
,, Parlor Suites
:.t :
"Both decoction and infusion have now NOTIONS
f become almost obsolete,and deservedly so." ,
;t. In view of the above advanced ide and Bed Room Suites, G O VERNING $ STRENGTH TO"WITH-
: stubborn facts we be: to call attention to
" the Prickly Ash, Poke Root and Potassium STAND STORMS, DU- fd' ABILITY, & SDIPLI- Ladies' & Cliililrcus'CLOTHING
1 : compound which had gained such a no- Beds, Mattresses ,
toriety, and is undoubtedly the CITY.
ii"t of the age. Has cured more rheumatism, Springs Numbers of tes- r timonials can be: SHOES: ::
Syphilis,Scrofula,Old Sores,Skin diseases, ,
p Blood Taints etc. in the last six months, shown
And in the FURNITUREline. to prove the Kirkwood Wind En-
than all the other Blood remedies on the everything
r market. It is no humbug, no secret. but a Call and see the New Stock gine posseses all these.
1. preparation composed of fluid extracts of just received. .
i. J, Prickly Ash, Poke Root, Queen's Delight
f .: and Sarsaparilla,with the Iodide of Potassium Keeps full supply of metallic and wooden

)!.': splendid added.combination.Physicians It indorse is a powerful it as a Coffins, Cases and Caskets. THE KIRKWOOD WIND ENGINE HATS,

I' tonic and builds up the system rapidly. If Funerals attended if desired. All or-
Is the Most Reliable, Durable and Powerful Wind in
Lightest-running Engine
: you are weak and feeble try one bottle. ders promptly executed, and at reasona-
vented. Coupled with its symmetrical design and handsome makes il
Take P. P. P. and gain flesh and strength rates. Embalming done. 22 appearance
. rapidly. It is the best remedy,for malarial most desirable and economical for the purchaser.

: poisons, and will cure chills in every in- GREEN AND DRIED FRUITS, MILLS, TANKS, TOWERS, PUMPS, PIPING.
t, stance. As a tonic and regulator for females -
:.!i who are in low state of health it has Foreign and Domestic. :Mill can be seen in operation at my place at Eden. Write for Illustrated Cata
\ logue Address
no equal. Try one bottle and be convinced. ,

jf.;1 r i A Home Indorsement. Selser Bro Comp'y G. LOUTREL LUCAS_EDEN'_FLORIDA.23-3mo. -

i Mr. N. H. Frohlichstein, of :Mobile, ,
, s, Ala., writes: "I take great pleasure in Gent's Furnishing Goods,
': recommending Dr. King's New Discovery Agents for Bishop, Hoyt & Co's Ham-
jf for Consumption,having used it for mock Land Florida Oranges, LOWER THE TARIFF !
Citra, Florida.
y-; a severe attack of bronchitis and catarrh. ALSOCROCKERY
f; It gave me instant relief and entirely
,j cured me and I have not been afflicted

1 tried other remedies with no good result. ,
\. Have also used Electric Bitters and Dr. DEMOCRATS CAN'T

i King's New, Life Pills, both of which I
a'- can recommend." Special Attention Given Florida Fruits. ANDREPUBLICAN'S

f Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption HARDWAREAND
f'* 28 N. Delaware Ave., and 29 Water St.
i coughs and colds is sold on a WON'T
r ,
iJ) positive:>> guarantee. Trial bottles free at Pa.
1 &U drug stores in Titusville and on Indian Philadelphia, BUT I WILL .

1 ,an River. References-Seventh Nat'l. Bank; Produce
Nat'l. Bank; Mercantile Agenciesor I AM READY TO LOWER THE TARIFF
i TOWN ORDINANCE.An any Produce House in Philadelphia.

ordinance declaring Intention of make 85.OO per ONMEN'S Ship Chandlery Goods.
' extending the territorial limits of the AGENTS >roflt Mlllng oar
IS. We beat the
i town of Titusville. ,d for low price A
i, Be it ordained by the council of the RED PLUSII PILOT RAPII ALBUM1 YOUTH'S & CHILDREN'SCLOTaXN'"G
', town of Titusville, that the said council IU x IOU. Embossed padded aides,gold edge.,extension :
clatp holding S3 pages of Cabinet and Card
ta of
; hereby declare their intention annexing -. pictures, sent for 8LOO,retails for tUS bound also ,
! 1 the following tract of land as a portion in Japaneese Morocco. Illustrated circulars FREEALBUMS "
of the abore
of the of Titusville, and Including andOF- *
i -
i the same within the limits and Fonbee Cincinnati k HeHakla Ohio. J : -. These will be the main features'of my

jurisdiction of said town, to-wit: All .
.a business, but orders sent me for anything
1 : of fractional section thirty.four, and the lledhCoir B A ted
1 south-east quarter of Section thirty- AREFLECTING HATS & CAPS, BOOTS & SHOES, TRUNKS, VALISES, kept in any store in Titus

l:; three,all in Township twenty-one, south SAFElY LAMP
of And that the ville will be filled.
east. promptly
Range thirty-five Can be Bold in every family. Glres ETC., ETC., .
t foregoing notice of intention to annex more light than three ordinary lamp ,
. said be for thirty _ Full sized Lamp aent by Express for AT
territory LOW TARIFF
_ _thirty cents. We also have the beat PRICES.
days in the FLORIDA STAR a newspaper Belling Coo Pot In the U. S.:
I published In said town of Titusville. Send for illustrated circulars to
t Passed by the Board of Aldermen, Nev. FORSHEEft McMAKlNClnclnrutl,0 T. :BIRNBAtJ-M':

8th,A.D.B. R.1888.WILSON Chairman. POTTER 7 Will buy Fruits.Eggs Chickens
H. F. ATKL SON, Mayor, ,
1 Geo. H. Altree Clerk. .

I .. Real Estate Dealers Clyde'sNewYorkCIiarleston&FIoridaS.S.Line.GENERAL Or any Country*Produce my customersor

1 Qak laws iouseJ Lake Worth, Dade Co., Fla. friends may bringto
Lake Worth, Florida is the moat tropical part of
the State. It lies parallel with the ocean beach, is NEW YORK, AUG. 16, 1888.
lake :3 miles long, of an average width of one mile, is
t Worth, Dade CountFla. connected with the ocean by an Inlet and Is nowhere -
over three-quarters of a mile from the ocean. FOR FERNANDINA, FLA., DIRECT.Steamers .
The Dishing and hunting cannot be excelled,pompano '
r New House and Newly Furnished. ,blue flab t-ea trout barracuta, aheephead and are appointed to sail from Pier 29, East River, New York, I ask for a share of the public patronage *
Rooms in Suites. other fine Ash being easily caught by trolling or I
i single or with a net Deer and wild turkey are plentiful In
i the pine woods beyond the chain of fresh water I Every Wednesday: at 3 p. m. and come as a supplicant, not a
Worth. Beautiful
lakes which lie west of Lake cocoanut -

NEAR THE INLET. the lake groves and guan are in,bearing .all, sapadillos along the shores alligator o.f. DELAWARE.............................................................Wednesday,Sept 26th dictator, asking for your favor
d apples,Spanish limes,Jamaica apples
pears sugar If courteous treatment good
tamarinds,coffee trees manmee apples FROM F'ERN..N :INA: ,
manmee sapotas, dates, figs, oranges,
limes,lemons,citron and all kinds of tropical fruit DIRECT FOR NEW YORK. goods and low figures is .-
Best View of Lake and Ocean and flowers are doing finely here. This is the most .'
: eastern part of Florida being 100 miles east of the the candidate for :
longitude of Jacksonville. This brings the Gulf Steamers are appointed to sail every TUESDAY, as follows : :' ,
Stream: nearer to the land here than at any other '
II And best Hunting and Fishing grounds part of the coast and thus insures the most even GULF \ .Tuesday, Sept. 25th public favor, ,.
temperature of any place in the United States. A
i on Lake Worth. large acreage Is put in garden truck every winter The freight and passenger accommodations are unsurpassed. Every attention will be then I'melected.
from 15,000 to 20.000 bushels of early tomatoes be given business entrusted to this line. 4
.. Fine ing grown every year,which bring from 1.50 to Direct all shipments from New York via Clyde's Florida Line,Pler29,East River.. : :
Lawn shaded monster Oaks For further iutormation to'
by $MX> per busheL Good hotels, stores and post- apply
and Growth both offices are convenient. Lots of all size and prict-s J. A. STEAD, Agent, j..A. LESLIE Agent, .f, .
r Tropical .scared by the above firm who have almost all oft Fernandina Fla. 83\V.Bay St.Jacksonville,Fla.THEO. ,
: Wild and Cultivated. behest land to sell. Parties baying now will,in t G. EGER Traffic Manager, WM. P. CLYDE & CO., GKS'L: AGTS, Yours, anxious to please,. *:
.11011 time more than double the purchase money 35 Broadway,N.Y. 12 South Wharves Philadelphia,85 Broadway X.Y.
all F. M. IRONMONGER, Jr.,General Trading Agent,JacltIoDTille.Florid
,u>U range from ft to 10 acres fronting on Lake
i Try us once and you will come again. Prices from $30 to $300 an acre. Anyoiy .
l Worth. Since last season VENTILATORS have been constructed on the iron steamers for the .
wishing further information enclose stamp,to the S.a: :- i5'/V.
: ALLEN E. HEYSER, Proprietor. above firm better transportation of Oranges and Vegetables. .
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BUYING PRECIOUS STONES cleaner; our drinking plum r; our ous and destructive. Most: people TEFUL-COJIFon.TISG.G. CARDS. -
domestic habits are becoming far more
Lonaoo ana Parts Are 'the Market for hygienic, and centenarians more frequent have in their stomachs a poison, EPPS'S COCOA. -

Sale-Trick* of the Trade. in North America at least, and in more slow but quite as fatal as the L. A. GIXGRAS

As no diamonds are produced in North the civilized districts of western Europe. of those maladies which BREAKFAST."By .
America, the suply must come from -Detroit Free Press.A germ sweep a thorough knowledge of the natural law
foreign markets. The temptation to men into eternity by thousands which govern the operations of digestion and nutrition AffHT-LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC
and by a careful application of the fine pro-
smuggle would be great were it not that Rank Plagiarist. without warning in the time of perties of well-selected Cocoa Mr Kppa Las provided Rock Ledge,
the government bas wisely placed the our breakfast tables with a delicately-flavored Florida.J .
all cut and unset Countryman (looking over copy of great epidemics. But it is a mercy beverage which may save ns many heavy doctors' ----- ---- -- -- ----
precious stonesat
./ sop's fables)-What's the price of this bi)1s. It is by the judicious use of such articles of \ L. GAULDEN,
the nominal rate of 10 per cent. This book mister I that if we are watchful, we can diet that a constitution may be gradually built up .
low rate secures more income from this until strong enough to resist" every tendency to
source Dealer-Fifty cents. Do you want a tell when we are threatened. The disc ase Hundreds of subtle maladies are floating
than a tariff of 25 per cent. or ? around us, to attack ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
copy ready wherever" there is a ,
more, as the incentive to smuggle is not I Countryman; the feller what I following are among the symptoms, weak point. We may escape many a fatal shaft by Titus.ille
keeping ourselves well fortified Florida.
sufficient to tempt any but the most ava- it has stole yet they do not with pure blood
wrote most of his ideas from always necessarily and a properly nourished frame.-Ciril Servue
racious or foolhardy among importers.To the newspapers.The Epoch. Guzftte. Made simply with boiling water or milk. -- ----- --
buy diamonds and the same may i appear in the same order, nor are Sold only in lialf-ponnd tin*, by Grocer labelled JONES & WILLIAMttoriiejsatL.a!?,

be said of all other precious stones and I they always the same in differentcases. London thus: JAMKS, England EPPS i CO., Homoepttbic* Chemi't1.j S4

pearls in Europe advantageously the I Earth as Seen from Mars. There is a dull and sleepy .\ >\ .

from buyer long must be'practice sufficiently in buying well informed in these I Let, us and give suppose rein to an our observer fancy for on a Mars moment feeling; a bad taste in the mouth, MAnr\f\! ;; (. f'Th 'i ] Titutville Florida.

markets and from a special study of the I were to examine the earth with successively especially in the morning; the ap- I L > 1' --- ----- -
nature of precious stones, to enable him 1 'Jhe tu>, . -.t M. nonUIX8
I' increasing powerful telescopes. petite i is changeable sometimespoor form b:1:5 QEO. ,
to place correct values on parcels sub- i 1' The first artificial production that he follow: I ; ... ,, :
mitted for his inspection. The novice and but Uw- \ ..
I would probably be able to see would be again it seems as thoughthe ..- .o. .-.jutainol ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
11 .
or one having only the limited knowledge !j some of the great grain fields of our patient could not eat enough, M i"':. t: .. ',.4nnc,1 ... )e
of the subject of gems which is acquired I western states. These he would find of ainvj . i..t TiTusviLtii FLA.
by occasionally handling them irregular but and occasionally no appetite at all; : at all: 0. ::,' ... of ____h __ n _
shape, bounded
more Pari,
or t iv? .
cannot possess the qualifications neededto i! less by straight lines. They would appear dullness and sluggishness of the with !-....' ., ?.a,- A. M. THRASHER,
deal successfully with the "sharpest" tne. "x .
and shrewdest lot of merchants and l of a greenish color, not wry different mind ; no ambition to study or en t:.. '. ..' -_ . .. ., ... ' I from that of our oceans and he ,', t ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
brokers in line of trade as the diamond ; work less headache .. .. .. .
any i would find them subject to : more or and ):a. 1 1 .' ._
and great changesat tram.! .. P. O. .
merchants brokers of Hatten '4 Box 20. 8\ FORD. FLA.
Garden and Paris are admitted to be. I' certain seasons, sometimes perhaps heaviness in the head ; dizziness super. l' .' .-i -i* Will practice in all the countte of the ScTttitk
entirely disappearing from sight when of excels .1 .. ,X -. '..a Circuit and Supreme Court. |
Amsterdam is the on rising to the feet sud- .
great workshop the or moving art '. .c' i -v.
same as the rt.i'y' :
surrounding .
coun- This j .
where moot of the diamond cutting: has I try. In fact, if an observer were placedon denly ; furred and coated tongue ; .. ; .v. .... :: .. .. '. :>:'a.prow. :!, ALLEN E. HEY8 H.Attorneyat1aw ,
been done for centuries. Antwerp and ".
ii"i .
Haarlem, London and other places now and furnished with one of our a sense of a load on the stomach BTR"..' "0. "*. ...;.!,.":''IIQ 0
more powerful telescopes, IKJ would Is 6CC .... r .. ..
cut large quantities of diamonds while I hat hot and t .. : ;sue- and Conieyancer.
I just about as much of our grain fields as nothing removes; eiblei-ur- ; ; --.a. !!r of
London has led in the .
always and tone I.- .
cutting do of their stripes and the dry skin at times in .; .o. catty increased Lake Worth Dade
polishing of the fine colored stones like I only noticeable ; yellow tinge c;::" ..' .. & i s. a'img County, Florid,
difference between in tunes ti: > .
the ruby sapphire and emerald. I would lie in their the two the eyes ; scanty and high colored A u., .hr. j..., .... .c fTO three Will furnish Abstracts of Title to Dade
I shape. Indeed, assuming hundred Mirclis: ,....
Although Amsterdam cuts a large ( : n.-.r. ; t.-I. sontf County land
per- an artificial it urin ; sour taste in the mouth, fre- togelh'rwl ,
I origin, would be "t. :i"c' f*' i- s' "auplicant. _
centage of stones, the markets for their easy to frame hypotheses for Pian.'1.1. :..! .o..o ......>4 ..r t-oa ".-" :.. / pay- -
sale are London and Paris. Not only accounting quently attended by palpitation of menu. a-i; ICI.I..lMAsON T? B. BURCHFIELD,

are the large stocks of cut and uncut I their form, dependent upon the peculiar the heart ; impaired visions, with .. &ItA il'N ORGAN AND PIANO CO. .
of liO .
diamonds owned in these cities but the the land surface of TO: .SiliVO *_ t; IC..U..O.
controlling interest in the mines,is owned I Mars, or for their radiating in several in- spots that seem to be swimming in I I COUNTY SURVEYOR.

here also. On the discovery of the great -William stances from H.particular points in centers. the air before the eyes ; a cough I PIONEER COOPERAGESyrup Orders by mail will receive a* prompt
deposits of diamonds in Africa mining Science. with a greenish-colored expectoration Barrels $2.25. attention as calls in person.Address .
was done by claim owners, who were
known as "diggers." Now these claimsare Peculiar Business Methods. ; poor night's rest ; a sticky Gauged to order ten cents extra. : Georgiana, Fla.

owned by several corporations having ,i I It is a peculiarity of the Indian of slime about the teeth and
1 I Ecuador that he gums ; I Wheelwrighting Repairing.
will sell
in London nothing at F. ATKINSON
headquarters and Paris IL
and these i I wholesale, nor will he trade anywhere hands and feet cold and clammy;
corporations regulate the production i C. O. B.liouey .
of the mines. Prices are thus !I but in the market place, in a spot where irritable temper and bowels boundup
.: be and his forefathers have sold barrels and Oval Water Breakers!' JUSTICE OF THE PEACEFor
kept at more uniform rates, and a break
i truck" for three centuries. and costive. This disease has from 2.00 up.
in the market is prevented. If there Although
the Second Justice District of Bre-
travelers on the hihwaysmect:: armies of puzzled the physicians and still
should be ,
a sharp demand in Paris stocksare 1! Indians Tanksand vard county ; Court days third Mondayof
sent over from London, and vice bearing heavy burdens of vegetables puzzles them. It is the common- each month.
all kinds
and other supplies their of WORK to order.
versa. Brokers the medium
are through
backs sfof ailments and yet the most
which most transactions In precious they can purchase nothing from T. JOHNSON

stones are made. The craft is made up i them as the native will not sell his compiicated and mysterious. Some- THE MUSIC HOUSE OF FLORIDA.
goods until lie gets to the place where ha LaGrange. : : Florida.
from both
sexes. The writer has recollections
times it is treated
as consumption
is in the habit of ,
selling them. He will
of quite extensive transactions
with a female diamond broker, who displayed I I carry them ten miles and dispose of sometimes as liver complaint, and 5,000 Budded Trees For SaleAt
them for less than he
as much shrewdness and business was offered for hen; again as malaria and even as
I intelligence as any of the male member 1 them at home. We met one day an old Low Prices. A..B. CAMPBELL
heart disease. But its real natureis
of the profession he has met. woman trudging along with a heavy

There are tricks of the trade" in '1 basket of pineapples and other fruits, that of constipation and dyspepsia. 60,000 in Nursery.Apply Jacksonville, Fla.
I and tried to relieve her
numerable. One consists in of part of her to W. H. SHARPE
showing load ten It arises in the digestive organs ,
the very lowest grade of stones first 60'that I offering cents for pineapples
when at last a rather inferior grade, 1 !', which could be obtained for a quartillo and soon affects all the othersthrough City Point Fla.
(two and a half cents) in market. She
is reached by a crescendo the the corrupted and poisoned
process ;
buyer becomes somewhat confused in his anything) but firm, and declined to sell EXHAUSTED VITALITY I will Sell and Deliver at your nearest
blood. Often the whole
efforts to fix in his eye the exact quality until she got to town, although body-in- station, First-Class

under examination. For aid in selecting there was a weary, dusty journey of two cluding the nervous system-is literally J THE SCIENCE OP
THE ENCE the great
leagues ahead of her. American
very high grade diamonds a "test stone"of Magazine. starved, even when there is ; Medical Work of the PJA.N': : "OS
known quality is invaluable. ofT IFE aeeonManhoodN'errous

Diamonds of staple or medium qual j I Senator Douglas Lifelike emalna.I no emaciation to tell the story. and Physical Dohflftr -- OR

ity, ranging from one grain to six grams "It is not generally known said Experience has shown that thereis -' Premature De-
_. _
or from _one-half to one and one-half I I Stephen Douglas, "that the remainsof but one remedy that.can certainly KNOW THYSELF land chneErrorsof the untold Youth, OR..GAN'"SrOI
carats be m tCr-
weight may purchased as advantageously my father, reposing there in that [ this'disease mall'its t consequent thereon. 300 pages 8 vo., 125 pre-
of the New York importersas vault at the base of the Douglas monu- cure stages, criptions for all diseases. Cloth, full gilt,only$1.00, : LbS MONEY tbau any other bout IB U.e
in the foreign market, but the larger ment, are as well preserved today as ever. namelyShaker Extract of Roots or and by mail\sealed. Ulufctratire sample free to allyounsj felted ttibtrr. .I atsaJ. guarantee inMruu-rvU to
and finer grades are found in London and middle-aged men. Send now. The Gold and be M rrprt-t-m d. I V ill Lip a Piano or Organ to
He died in 1661, just a month before the Mother Seigel's Curative Syrup. It Jewelled Medal awarded to the author by the National any honest man fir woman, on trial and U bet
j Paris in much greater quantities, givinga first battle of Bull Run. His body Medical Association. Address P.O.Box 1895,Bos eatisfactory I will pay frtifths both *ajn US
wider choice for the judicious buyer. embalmed at that time was never fails, but, nevertheless no ton, Mass., or Dr. W. H. PARKER, graduate of ,aeh and $10 a month) ou a Piano,and $10 cab amt
in air Harvard Medical 25
College in
put an years'practice Bos
I $5 a month cm an Organ till for-Dot touch
In these higher grades there are very tight casket, which was again inclosed in time should be lost in trying other ton,who may be consulted confidential] Office, wore luau ordinary rent. On there very liberal
fluctuations in No.4 Bnlflnch St. Specialty,Diseases of Man.
slight prices from to
year Bead tar
iron coffin. can litatruniMit.
an When the nnyon own a
monument was so-called remedies for they will do Cut this out. You may never see It again FREE
year, and therefore as an investment erected in his honor in 1800 CATALOGUE containing full InfwinaUoa.
iron case sheet Mimic.String, Violin, Guitars A,-
they are the better goods to boy particu- on top of the glass cover over his face no good. Get this great vegetable Opened for the Season. cord eon P, aid in fact, every Musical: atRm'"*
larly when they are well bought. was removed and his features that Is made and at very low pricea. bend for coat.l .
Even in were as preparation (discovered by a venerable >lte Catalomie I bate U Cbok'w
so large a market as London, pierea
lifelike and unchanged In e rA man who is interested in his
ever. own i tunic at 10 cents per copy. 5OC.o Looks of Ckotr
if a dealer wants a pair of unusually fine nineteen years after his death the airtight nurse whose name is a house- welfare will be pleased'to know tha t Mniic at lo.....nt1lltr copy .000 Book of Cleke

gems or a very fine solitaire it is not casket was inclosed in a zinc coffin hold word in Germany) and be Vocal and Instrumental Music at W centa add II
prudent to place an order with more than which ANDREW GIBSON c ent Any piece of sheet music published at t i
in turn was put into a marble to the article. toM per cent below publishers prices. Bookf of>
one broker, for if two or more are startedon sarcophagus, in which it still rests. On sure get genuine Keeps the finest oysters to be found in'lttun.llle pieces each beet music tae, 10 cent Send for
the hunk a process of bidding againstone that occasion again the face was exposedto GIVE UP BY SEVEN DOCTORS. Catalogue.A. .

another ensues and prices go up. view. It had not B. Fh.
The"still hunt" is the changed a particle. Shaker Extract of Roots or Seigel's Campbell, Jacksonville
most profitable.
'Should was not the slightest indication of AND SERVED IN STYLE TO SUIT PATRONS {Mention this paper.] to-'!*.
a ruby of three carats and the decay and ,a physician residing in the Syrup has raised me to good

finest quality be desired the intending neighborhood of the monument tells me health after seven doctors had givj -
purchaser would find it necessary wait that the body if not unduly disturbed j Plain and Fancy Cake made to order. PARKER'SHAIR

perhaps for months before such a stone' will remain as it is for many, many en me up to die of consumption.So Bakers Bread always on hand. BALSAM
could be found and then at first handsit yearsto writes R. F. GraceKirkmanville Cleanses and beautifies the lace
come Chicago Herald.
Also first-class Barber
a attached.
would cost the of shop -= Promotes a hurtuiaat rrewtA.
price a king's ransom -
Todd Co. Never Fail to Hester Orty
-say about the ransom of a Sand Ky. Meals at all hours; from 5 a. m. to 11 p.m. Hair to Its Yortaful Cekir.Ptercnto .
wich Island Parties desirng to leave on morning mail Dandruff hair blaaf
king10000.Edward J. Heat In the Cotnstock :Mines. I HE HEARD OF IT JUST IX TIME. boats and hacks will please note this. :f Ma.and tl.CO at nand l"anW& _
Smith in Detroit Free Press. The Comstock mine in Nevada is
"I had been about given to
wonderful work, said:Mr. Cecil Morgan,
The World' Highest Moan tain. of Aspen. "It is 2,800 feet in a vertical die with dyspepsia when I first saw Mallory S. S. Line

A few years ago the English gave the line to the bottom of the shaft, and one the advertisement of Shaker Ex- ,

name of Mount Everest,to that peak in can-make the descent in three or four
the eastern Himalayas.which, as far as minutes in the cage which is used to haul tract of Roots or Seigel's Syrup. NEW YORK AND FLORIDA.FROM .

yet known is the highest mountain in .the surface. This cage will lift After using four bottles I was able

the world. In ')fay last they gave the about.0,000 pounds or three car loads of to attend to business as well NEW YORK CITY, : hT1iY.ETFWHRRFh. Thd_
name of Mount Godwin-Austen to the'" :000 pounds each. Work on the Comstock my as PIER 21, I:. R., EVERY FRIDAY. CENTRE EVERY J1'.

peak in the Western Himalayas which is is now tonfined to the upper levels, ever. I know of several cases of NEW YORK, BOSTON AND PHILADELPHIA.

supposed to be the second loftiest summit tbe-workmen-' been driven from chills and fever that have been

Most British, geographers adhereto the depths by tho steam generated the Iron Steamships STATE OF TEXAS, CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, BIO
the laudable rule to give to every through..the Action cf the air on the sul- cured by it." So writes Thos. Pul- G GRANDE compose the Florida Service.

geographical object its true native name, phnrons rock penetrated by the different lum, of Tay, Geneva Co., Ala. Passage Rates, between Florida and New York always

but here are the two highest mountains levels. The temperature averages about WORTH TEN DOLLARS A BOTTLE. the Lowest.

in the world bearing the names of two 120 degs. down there, and it is simply J6ST" Rates of Freight always Low as Competing lane .

Englishmen distinguished as surveyors. impossible for the miners to work under Mr. Thomas P. Evans, of the Early Morning Train Every Thursday from points on J. T. & K. V.". Railway

There is, however an excellent reason such conditions. Whether science will firm of Evans & Bro., Merchants, connects with steamer same day at Fernandina.
why these stupendous heights will neverbe ever be able to overcome the difficultiesmet ,.
known by native names. in those lower levels remains to be Horntown, Accomack Co., Va., SCHEDULE.

Each of these mountains is surroundedby seen. 1 think however it will not, for writes that he had been sick with NORTH-BouND-Steamships sail from Fernandina alter
several satellite peaks that are nearlyas tho reason that such intense heat denotes every Thursday p. m.?
disorders for arrival of trains from
digestive many years Florida, and morning trains from Jacksonville, as
high as the pinnacles which lift their the near presence of snl errranean beat." follows
snowy heads a little above them. These Kansas City Times. and had tried many physicians and CITY :
Captain Aug.
surrounding the view of the mountains loftier entirely cut off I! medicines without benefit. He began CARONDELET Captain Evans.. ...................................Thursday.Thursday,,
summits from the : SePt.13th
nearest inhabited regions. The natives flow Do We Dig Our Graves 1We to use Shaker Extract of Rootsor CITY OF SAN ANTONIO Captain Wilder........................Thursday, u
Captain .
have given names to these satellites, but Seigel's Syrup about the last of CITY OF SAN ANTONIO .Thursday, u 2lOi
Captain Wilder..Thursday
they wits,have which never have seen consequently the higher been sum unnamed must eat or we cannot live. Jan., 1887, and was so much betterin CARONDELET Capt. Evans....... .! ,, Oct. th

until foreign explorers revealed I This we all know, But do we all three weeks that he considered at 8ocfu-Donm--8team.hlpa 3 p.m.. aa follows: tail from New York Pier No. 21,E. I.. foot of Fulton at, tTt7 nunc 1'

them to the world.-New York Sun. know that we die by eating? It is himself a practically well man. September 28th: October 5th, 12th. 19th, 26tb.

said During the fellow fever epidemic steamers will continue their regular schedule b t.een Sew Y4rt
we dig our graves with our He adds, I have at this time one and Fernandina. Order freight via this line.
Bas Our Longevity Decreased teeth. ( foolish 49-Direct all Freight via Mallory Steamship Line from Pier No. 21 K R., New York. ,
Has the longevity, of the human race Hew sounds bottle on hand, if I could not get 43-Spedal Agenta are.. located at all principal points through Florida, where tickets can U Kc used***

.decreased is'a question which many Yet it is fearfully true. We are I any more would not take a ten dot t onnat1onobUdn- tate-rooma and berths secured in advance from Jacksonville: and. Fernandina oOce.jCTTralns .

modem physicians seem inclined to an terrified atv the approach of the lar bill it. from F. E. & N. E'y. run directly to ship's side at Fernandina. .
swer in the'negative.. Statistics un for Q-ADr. farther Information can be obtained from
cholera or yellow fever J. U. CUTLER, Passenger Agent corner Bay and Hogan streets, Jacksonville, Fla.
doubtedly prove that within the last yet All druggist, or'address A. J. R. W. SOUTHWICK. Agent, Fernandina, Fla.

eighty years epidemics have become':,less .is.a disease constantly at our-doors I White, Limited 54 Warren St., H.'H.RAYMOND, General Traveling Agent

able.frequent Our and sti chrOnIo.&are diseases getting more wider: cur and-_I and in o.ur houses far more danger N.' Y. ; C H. MALLORY &. CO., General Agents, Pier 20 E. R. HEW YORK C1TT.




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: RECLAIMING THE DESERT. '''t ; '! I c. iT.Hardware. :ECTOg3., soa..Gr-SUM: : :
.:. :. p .
I in 'i ,'of.t *\ I Ipennon !' ;:: 'I
I ro 'Ibwttes of Irrigation oath )'I ... ..; .' 'u' I

tst Opening the Ancient Canals. r'I\\ .- i:,..,[,1 A-i. L J. c.? and EVAPORATORS
sough it has long been known that 7 'G. I

of aborigines who once existed : p 170 1
*< in the states and territories of the southwest w fn .. ,jgklj! } f@.... t Gl;i..t,- 'il f;" fJif'i. '=' General Produce
i system of agriculture which f+ .q'!'';: ; ,; ..J I
if had a \ t't c=t:> MILLS
> permitted them, to subsist in towns of **} J/ttk. t &;t"J i", i -) i| ,

.; Considerable size we have not realized HE '1 I
i. until recently the extent of their re- .h 1 nnE C/bu hat/f%:i rn J.k. MERCHANT. And Syrup Makers9 Supplies. .

; noorces and the ability they displayed as I RnO5'VS-S I 0::> Florida
:: e1giDezs. The Hemenway expedition Mr'S 'Ii : ,

, haS examined ancient lines of canals in PilimQEt! :1_JPa! tabio' 03; u-;iik.Bo :For Catalogue and Copy of Sorghum

, joothwestern Arizona in the valley of rrsjxta.a tfcnt 1* cast ts* tie 'i A. M. Hamilton & Co., Grower's Guide, address
4} the Gila and its chief tributary the :!J599f tt, and tniilatQ by tho tao&tendtive g TITUSVILLE FLORIDA

, soda rivers which pour their waters fannot 1i.scoiaach.tolerated when; and tko by plain tho cosn oil = I CHAPMAN & CO. MM DID.
gnally into the Gulf of California, like ?.>ir>ation. or the ell with tha hypo hOl. Wholesale Dealers In ,
the ph.lte Is mach more efficacioas.enxrlaifi .
their northerly neighbor. Colorado.
Between the Salado and the Gila, where ; &3 a flcsi! producer* i!; Indian River. Oysters THE

there is now only a growth of suchplants Tersacs gala rapidly while takteg it. i! P I I
endure a torrid climate, --dClQ
rain for the of
without greater part
Physicians to the Finest and Best '
tie year, the ancient people had their in the world WW for the relief and cure preps.ration of* ,I Green Turtle and Game.All Ula.1
towns and cities. Some of the communal I! I' .
; nooses:were several hundred feet square GENERAL DEBILITY, WASTINC I CD SrJJ. orders will receive prompt and
and three or four stories high. One city DISEASES EMACIATION II I tention whether by telegraph,
was traced for three or four miles, and COLDS and CHRONIC I, letter or person. 17
COUCHS. 1 --- --- --- AND
contained between forty and fifty of The great remedy for Consumptian, and -I
these large structures, which were irregularly Wasting in Children. Sold by all Druggists. Geo. E. Chase,
placed after the fashion of Indian I Perpetual EvaporatorsAND
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j towns. Each large house is supposed by c:::>

}Ir.Cushing. the ethnologist of the party, : tb 0 .1-+. Ship Chandler
who has made the Pueblo Indiana a life PIJ THE

long study, to have held the members of 0 ]
I i one clan The walls were sometimes of IJ rfJrt[ sPills Improved Victory Cane Mill

,\ adobe strengthened bricks, and with sometimes posts and they wattles.were l. r cc:> I! Uoat 1'atentAnchors Canvass and Vc, *$(le Galvanized,Supplies Chains,, Blocks all Wire kinds, OUR SPECIALTIES.Also .

, Each town has a separate larger ruin .. d-Slelttlc.the 41-hUtnted,wbetb. I nope, all sizes, Tents, Portable Soda Fountains.
: surrounded by a strong wall so as to '' from excess of'fOl'k of miiid or I Spruce Ladders,
I.Qoly,clriuU. or ex'osuru1u 'I
t form a yard. Here Mr. Cushing locatesthe ... oo. Copper Taints, gal's, 1-2 bale, qts. I t.. Prices Low and Goods Guaranteed.
abode of the chief ruler or,priest, the 1''a:\ ia:i'22,1_ Regions I hoI 11 Spar Varnish, gal's, 1-2 gal'sqtspts.
stores of the town and the citadel in case tTl'ZiittrlTattN Pills tho most crenial QQ Oils and Leads, all kinds ,

of an attack. It is estimated that the ...-.(urntivo over. offered.tho buffering I r. w. DEVOE k co's HEADY MIXED PAINTS, NOTICE THE
. two valleys of the Gila and Salado supported iniulid.Try. I In fact anything for Building Sailing boats.

f': ermls. at one period no less than 200,000 : Them Pairly. I "1 I::S! Hart's Block, 90 East Kay St.,

A vlRorctt body,pure blood, strongti LI I JACKSONVILLE FLA.
ibis could only have been accomplished I auilu cheerful miud will result. 1.1 '" PPi

by irrigation. It appears that SOLD EVERYWHERE. c:: The BUYERS'GUIDE-- is If you have any
jJJ .
the water from the Salado Jb ili
was run I issued March and Sept.,
across the flat land between it and the ----- -- I each year. It is an ency-
Gila for a distance of from fifteen to LL O clopedia of useful information OLD FURNITURE
for all who ,
miles. The settlers have purchase
twenty new -- -
: : ; r'I" __ : the luxuries or the i
already! begun to use the ditches contrived COo5 necessities of life. We Such as -

by: the extinct population. The can clothe you and furnish ;you with
canals were dug in terrace outline, filled I CURE S all the necessary and unnecessary
with brush and then burned out in orderto !b appliances to ride,walk, dance sleep, CHAIRS, I
solidify the bottom and sides. "Mr. :T" rJ: eat, fish hunt, work, go to church, : t
td or stay at home, and in various sizes,
, CashingS3ys The American Naturalist styles and quantities. Just figure out SOFAS, \ .
"is of the opinion thajf they used Q what is do all these things !
rafts made of reeds for navigating these o5r v COMFORTABLY and you can make a fair
FITS estimate of the value of the BUYERS' ORGANS
canals: and this seems more probable ,
GUIDE, which will be sent upon
from the heavy materials that have been
receipt of 10 cents to pay postage
brought from a distance. It seems cer- HcI t1II. MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. PIANOS,
When I say CORK I do not mean merely to
tain that they floated the pine timbered
111-114:Michigan Avenue, Chicago 111.
stop them for a time,and then have them return -
in their building operations downthe again. I MEAN A RADICAL CUKE.. a BUREAUS '
Salt and Gila rivers from the distant I have made the disease ofPITS *-* NJW LUDDEN & BATES SOUTHERN MUSIC HOUSE.
These people burned their dead as a BEDSTEADS,

general rule,collecting the ashes Into anton FALLING SICKNESS, 11i PiANOSmORCANS.
*I ri Or any other Furniture that you wish
which was commonly broken, in A Iife-long study. I WARRANT my remedy to
sign of death; but the expedition found CURB the worst cases. Because others have i RE-VARNISHED ,AND POLISHED,
failed to no reason for not now receiving cure.
to,many' skeletons buried within the and FREE Boms i -I '
Send at once for a treatise a :
larger buildings mentioned, just beneaththe of my INFALLIBLE REMEDY, Give Express I s c.. '1 Call on the undersigned, at the head ,
and Post Office. It costs you nothing for a toolf of :Main Street, Titusville, where you
floor that it
to have been
appears trial and it will cure you. Address above articles
have all of
the custom to bury chiefs and priests.A II.Q.ROOT,M.C., I83PEARLST..NEWYORKLIPPMAN'SPYRAFUGE ..... can or any
New will
food : made to look as well as ; or
vessel and highly decorated water
call residences when work not be
at can
jar were buried with the and
corpse Mid-Summer Sale
moved. Also all kinds of Ornamental
sometimes arrow and spear heads. In .
one grave a large stone knife and turquois 11\ OIII Sign Painting a specialty.

.ornaments were found. Tools and ((3F s- w. B. $: NOS.

weapons are generally of stone, and thereare
TitiiMville, Fla.
a few copper ornaments, shell carvings BUY NOWAND istf.

inlaid with turquois, and other CDQ
decorations common to BenuVsavagetnbes.

The pottery is of many colors C. II. SCOTT,
and carries a fine glaze. They had B eO COTTON IS SOLD. EASTERNIHAIRDRESSING

. smelting furnaces in the mountains, and ,

appear to have ,stood upon: much the' 'PYRAFUOE SALOON.If .

same plane of cultivation as those Zunisto .avas can roa
whom Mr. Cushing is guide, philosopher CHILLS d FEVER., P cro. MIDSUMMER r OFFER. you want a clean and easy shave. ,

. and friend. DUNBA UtC.gtAa As clean as buberevergave,
The opening up of these old canals is ; Just call on me at my saloon,
the first step to cause the deserts now 1,000 'Firet-taw a a(* Pianos, and At morning, eve, or afternoon.I'll .
SA Organ to be sold in June.
covered with mesquite support a fairPopulation. 'II "dP August and September at Spot cut and comb your hair with grace

With,modern appliances! it Cash Prices. Payable, To suit the contour of your face;

;f u not impossible that the Colorado, rushIng rdoF PIANOS ORGANS,,$25$10: CASH CASH DOW DOWN, To you I'll give a good shampoo .

, along the bottom of an enormous > and the balance next November The art of which'is known to few'.
, deft in the earth, down which Maj. l tzj 1st, without interest or advance .
: I Powell made his venturesome trip In Price. All our Pianos and Or. My scissor's sharp,my razor's keen,
years Srana Included In this sale, our My shop is a ways neat and clean, .
ago should' its watersover
spread fertilizing Cheapest and our Best. No ex. And everything sure you'll find,
portions of the Yuma and Mohave ceptions. Your choice from ten
to IS CALLED THE Z and mind.
leading maker and over 300 To suit the taste pleas the
deserts ,
! instead of losing them in the salt styles and Prices.
Chili end Fever ExpellerIt
::' waves of the Gulf. The climate is adverse Wonderful And now to all who patronize intend
t to because cures the chins and fever tones np the system. O = Just come along and bring friends,
; irrigation in, some respects, gives an appetite bringing strength and[health to the -SUMMER BARGAINS 1888New your
And I I will
; the more you- separate the streams sufferer. assure you try
$ and ids the more you expose the water' Makers, New Instruments, New My very best to satisfy. may7

I'r? *? surface evaporation. J& lands ft to. Styles,New Prices Great Improvements
: : like Arizona and New Mexico the Persian .. in our Lower Priced Instruments. "
\ j IJ'8temf underground streams, broken t; = Large purchases enable us to offer Re- THE SLOOP AGNES

I.. 8* intervals duced Price Here are samples.
: by'wells, ought to be
j commanded byCAP'fAIN
'. tried. A system of covered canals 'mJ lllAh 7'' Octave, Op- JOHN MCLEAN
t would be the best in a climate like S OOK flM- right lArge SIzp.I
Rosewood Makes Indian River.
i il ;Beautiful regular trips on
: bat of New Mexico for the < S : I \' U trtn2'S1
1 Rich
a ,; aporaooi & ('a. Tone. Guaranteed SHE CARRIES A FULL SUPPLY OF
m upward would ,be, at a minimum.. ( Ash,Poke Boot,and Potassium.) !b perfect and durable. Maker1 Price,

,v Whether this country will 'eve't'be re- CUBES I73- G-roceriesaDry Goods
'i chimed to do the work it can under a r d fOOO.S2liO !AHO Octave, Up.
rlghtOraudLarge Canned Goods
j tcroui system of irrigation aques- SYPHILISPrimary & Size, S String$. Full Iron ,
Perhaps it were best left to indior Frame, Ivory Keys Rich Hats Boots and Shoes
Rofeewood Case. First-class
Idnal ; every way.
r municipal, corporate or ofalp- Equals Pianos usually sold at tJ00 and S&xJiMaker1
. Scrofula and Se
state llitic Eruptions Ladies'Shoes In great variety Prints all
enterprise. National schemes of bona, Ulcers and Old Rheumatism and 1 Price,5701. ;
l.' the kind ate too prolific of jobbfery and all diseases of the Sore those that haveresisted = With Pianos a Plush Top Stool new patterns at low prices.

i I JjWuption, It is a matter, however I to the wonderful other treatment power yield of P.steadily P. P.,and the surely great ........ Music Handsome Book and Cover all Freight Instructor Paid., Ready-made dotting Toilet Articles
;: {" **iU repay the study of those ha g Blood Purifier. ,

large amounts to invest for slow but sure tb B ORGAN. of2 Five,OctATM,2 Octave Reeds sets, XOTTO5S.

I Jstorna, dependent for success on: the SCROFULAIs ..... = SB"/fc 5Stopssolid aunds Wan,Musle C&se.High For the cash only .
TopLam Pocket
a&ncial l and sound
prudence ehgineer- ,
, March 15 46 6m.
.. .
1. ... Foil Sweet Tone. Maker price,9150.
In the blood producing Lumps or .
"HJ_which have caused Holland an impurity 00, _
causing Running Sores on the Anns,
COQ the richest country of its size In the Lees Swelling,or Feet,for the cure of which nee P.P.P., CD CO Four ball Set*R eeds,
'\Qdd,-New York Times. the greatest blood medicine on earth. All these '- S 5 UWGAU.. heaatifal 10 Oennlne Parlor Stops'Or-, WM. H. SHARPE,
diseases yield readily to the power of P. P. P., U .
Thousands sold. All
new life and new etreDgth.BLO'OD gall. purchasers '
delighted. Xuker'f Price,1200.i .
/ -. I i With Knelt Organ a Fine Stool REAL ESTATE AGENTFOR
The Potent "Lau htnl:' Plant." POISON tjc I an Instructor, Music nook and
i All Freight Paid.r .
plant called the "laughing plant,
Cared in Its worst form; sometimes In cases withErr8IE
**"scientific parlance "Caacabalis where the patient was In Eternal Pain ::-:> r 15 DAYS TRIAL. -
jatfrahas been d1scove'red, and it II up by the physicians. In some cases -
ulcers broke out till the partywas a t
r T Sed that when aitinctlure in Itsade either pm of corruption; a bottle 1 of P. P."P. was '- Order and test in your own Home. CITY POINT. :.. ;. 1 ',:
wor taken as procured,and toe disease yielded Qu1ck11.'RHEUMATISM. No money required until Instrument

P\Q the green f or the dried leaf, as a is satisfactory. We pay Freight both
Powder of tho dried leaf or Em ked as ." ways if no sale. Thu fairest way to deal. Lands sold on long time with interest, or.

it is potent in producing ex- Our Instruments arc food and cheap,andA on the lease system, or for cash. .
laughter and ideas. And In an Affections of the Blood P.P.P.stands' : c-:> Vial always gives a catisfied purchaser.
SSW alone and uarifiled, and some. of its cures are : Lands cleared and and cared for
York -
sun. really wooderf _. lend for lXld-8a miner. Sale Cir
If you Buffer from anything like Syphilis,Scro- ;;... ,-'. cular. if desired ; by contract: or otherwise.
fall, Blood Poison ,Cld Sores, Rheumatism .' REMEMBER. Lowest Prices; Lasted
Pacific Coast Potato or any disease leers blood be cure and ;' ? }' 2"ennltBuI Instrument Fine Stool and Cbtvot Refer to R M. Breese, Detroit, Mich.;
Washington leads state HreP.P.P.a trial. *; l. ; A U Freight Paid; IS Days' Trial; Six
territory "
every P.P.P.(Prickly Ash, Poke Root and Potasainm ''' I. ,'., .;,. '. '.,i.- Year Guarantee; Square Dealing; One Price Jno. C. Norwood, Titnsville, Fla. B. W.
5 territory in the Union In the yield! )is. no secret patent medicine like the manyon < : ,. >> Only: Money Saved; All. and J.8tm,Tazewell Court House, Va.;

Is*cat J per acre. The average yield thus the Firing market guarantee'lea fammlaa of its purity on every and wbole bottle, ',<- -: f. :.. :' < LUDDEW',BATES and A. Becker,. Montreal, Canada, for

bushels.el while Oregon producesJ3 ICJIDeneeI that no other blood purifier does pve.x 501 rllJf.BII..U 'C HOUSE. '.*YANNAH.GA. whom I hare made.groves.,

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8; \ .. THE FLORIDA'STAR', THURSDAY, NOV. 22, 1888. ,

LOCAL L COXICS. -Among the arrivals on to-day's I PARKER'S Bucklen's Arnica Salve. J FOli SALE '

:"New syrup,made this year, at Ray's. train; are )Ir. and Mrs. C. W. Harrison, HAIR BALSAMthe The best salve in the world for cuts, I A tract of laud on Indian River in the

Try a gallon. AIr.Powe and Miss Powe, of Rockledge; popular favorite for dressing bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever county of .Dre\-ardJ consisting! Of
IJ the hair, Restoring color when 8s
tetter hands chilblains
Mr.. R. C. Scrimingeour, Mrs. Lowden, gray, and preventing Dandruff. sores, chapped acres; it oem! lot \o.3, and south hall .
-Mrs. M. E. Titus returned from her It cleanses the scalp, stops the corns and all skin eruptions' and positively of the northeast of ,
and Mr. Henry Dryer, of this place. hair falling,and is sure to please cures piles or no required.It K-ction35:
trip down the river last week. COc.and SLOO atDrnrgtsts.HINDERCORNS. pay and lot No. 3, being! the southwest quar
-Topics of the Day. Will Yellow is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac- ter of the northwest: quarter of
-Mr. L. A. Gingras, of Rockledge, section
tion or refunded. Price 25 cents
money 36 both in
returned Monday from a trip as far as Jack die out? Is Marriage a failure? The safest,sorest and best core for CorneDnnions&e.Store per box. For sale by all drug stores in east., This! township is 31 south, range 3D J
all pain. Ensures comfort tothefeet. Never fai)la a very desirable piece of
Palatka. And how is it that Oliver & Budge sell to cure. IS cents at Droggkta. lUscoZ&co.,N.Y. Titusville, and on Indian River. hammock 1:, soil of rich quality suitable

so much lumber? Because they are the i for the raisin of all tropical fruits. 1
-Rev. Sidney Wilbur returned from Advice to Mother.. $
only firm Indian River that handle situated at the Narrows Eutw .
his extended trip to Western New York on Mrs.WDTSLOW'S SOOXHUO&TKCP>should always near rvst
Georgia pine and no other. be used when children are cutting teeth. It re- office. Will sell cheap for cash. Fur e
lieves the little suffererat ,
oil Monday. I once;itproducesnatnral particulars address
quiet sleep,and the little cherub avakesas"brightas
-Try one of Ray's "My Dick" 5-cent Messrs. C. D. Ackerly and L. E.I a button." It is very pleasant to taste. It 1)1.: LOW ? .
soothes the child,softens the gums,allay sail pain Sept. :3. Brockton. Maas.I
cigars. Best smoke in town for the money Barker, of Seville, the former general regulates bowels,and is the best known remedy .
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and the latter for diarrhoea, whether arising from teething or
-something; new. passenger agent general other
? Cwuoy, causes. Twenty-five cents a bottle.
freight agent of the J. T. & K. W. Ry. ROYAL Not GRAND VIEW HOTEL
-Mr.H. II. Gleason, of:Eau Gallic, Y 1
was in town with the sloop Nettle for a were in town last Saturday and went turnv f- 3O :et.ENT. I

few hours Monday.. far as Jupiter on the steamer TITUSVILLE, FLA.

Denney.Mr.. A ONE STORY AND A HALF --0---
-Captain Fromberger and wife, of I I The most centrally locate Hotel in City.
the Halifax, are stopping for short D. L. Gaulden and wife startedon h
time at Mrs. L. H. Decker Wednesday for a few day visit to Ir.I I ax: HOUSE FURNISHED NEW HOUSE.-
-Mrs. Schell, the wife of our qew Jaulden's mother in,Georgia. Mr.Gaul- EVERY RESPECT.Open I

principal at the Titusville Academy, arrived den's mother is sufferer with cataracton all the year round. Table Unsurpiv .,

here Tuesday afternoon. the eye, and since her visit to Titus- At MIMS, near Station, >ed. Bath Rooms Free.

MONEY! Money Money to ville, about a year ago has about lost her Rates, &2.5O & $3.OO per Day.
Brevard eyesight.Mrs.. AT 6 PER :MONTH. bl'ECIAL RATES PER WEEK.
loan in county only. Apply to ADDRESS, t

Robbins Graham, box 250, Titusville, A. C. Gardner arrived here on AKI $ J. A. MILLER, Proprietor

Fla. Monday afternoon's train much to the 1 Mrs X. J. Hamilton City Point Fla.
-The post-office will be closed next pleasure of the other members of her INDIAN RIVER ART GALLERY :

Thursday, Thanksgiving day, except family who were already here. Miss 1

one-half hour after the arrival of the Lena and her brother Charlie, have kept POWDER THE.j ; aPIQAL:

mails. house all the summer months while both PltiKENS TFHXER,
Mr. and Mrs. Gardner I
Oliver & Budge will sell you steel were away. Absolutely Pure. L)dles' & Gents'RESTAURANT. Photographer, t

orange box nails just a little cheaper -The County canvass was conductedon i
Thin powder never varied A:uuvel of purity,
I Views East Coast and Indian Rivera
than you can get them laid down else- Tuesday evening at Dixon and Gray's strength, \\holeKuiueiiexA.. More economical on
than the ordinary kinds HIU! cannot be sold in Specialty.Has .
where. drug store. County Commissioners Car-
competition with, the multitude of low te.t nhort the only Authorized PHOTOGRAPH 1
ter and Morrow and Messrs. Gray and weight, ilum or phosphate! powdrre. Sold only in Near Railroad Depot,
-Mrs. W. S. Graham and child are CHUH. Rof lBikutf Powder Co.. 10,i Wall Street, OF PRESIDENT CLEVELAND AND PARTY I II
expected back from their summer Atkinson, respectively Supervisor of Sew YorkJ. I that has ever been made during their
Titus,llle. Florida.Mrs. 1
travels. Orders mail receive
Registration and Justice of the Peace, by prompt
trip to Philadelphia the latter part of
PRITCHARD> attention. 4JH5mo.TIN" .
this week. counting the returns which are men- W. 31. BROWN,Cashier. L. A. Mackenzie, Proprietress.

tioned elsewhere. ._ ,
-Oysters are improving every day 0' A. L. Hatch & Son i

and Messrs. Hamilton & Co. are receiv- -The letter of"A. F. S. W.," in reply INDIAN RIVER BANK. MEALS & LUNOHES. DIALERb IN t

ing them regularly from their camps to one on music, by "W. H. C.," is

down the river.S. unavoidably held over until next week, TituMYillc, Florida.A --. ... --- ---------- DRY GOODS NOTIONS .

H. Ray land N. d. Bryan are through pressure on our space; and the GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TEAK- SOUPS, OYSTERS, ICE CREAM, I I .

communication, signed "Music," on the SACTED. Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery,
equipped with all the facilities for arte- JELLIES ETC.
same subject, is too personal), and does Exchange bought and sold. Special and Stationery, Family Medi- .
sian wells and irrigation, and solicit correspondence prompt attention given to collections. Loans
not deserve the courtesy of a space in negotiated on first mortgage for Savings cines, Garden SeoJs,
Titusville Fla. BREAD CAKES
columns Banks, Corporations and Individuals. Inter. & PIES.
our ; it is, therefore, rejected.Mr. .
est allowed on time deposits. GROCERIES
Messrs. A. R. and H. U. Hodgson, of Advances made upon available collateral. Table Board at Reasonable rates. Fami CHOICE ,
A.Durst: has been engaged by
Eau Gallie, came to town, Tuesday,with Approved business paper discounted. lies served. Bay, Cora Napes Fertilizers.
and Oliver
Wiley to an artesian -
Drafts on all parts of Europe.
their Kathleen and left for
steamer ,
well near the Grand View. It is Business done at Jacksonville rates.
home this (Thursday) afternoon.
Every favor, consistent with sound
expected that a sufficient flow of salt water
-Carloads of Georgia pine lumber will banking, cheerfully extended.
be found between the depths of
CORRESPONDENTS: Bank Jacksonville,
come in every day for Oliver & Budge, one hundred and two hundred feet for 'Jacksonville, Fla.; The Seaboard National ioop'iaNT

i the lumber dealers of Indian River, and supplying water for baths, which will be Bank,New York. 23

goes out as fast; so it must speak for it- an attractive feature to that hotel.
self. LOOK AT THAT LAMP! Guttering and Metal Work of all Kinds.
-Mr. L. C. Oliver has purchased the ,

i -Mr. John Einig, of Jacksonville, hull of the old steamer Picolata and will No Chimney Ho Smoke I Ho Odor.

has been in town a time or two during use her near Indian Rh er Inlet for a The Brilliancy of Gas, with the convenience Corrugated Iron Roofing,

i the week while overseeing the interestsof fish camp, and also for storing the fishas of a Hand Lamp. Saves from 50 to
his the time 75 per cent. of oil by actual test. Barns Galvanized Iron Cornices.
orange grove at same at
fast as caught to await the arrival of the lowest grade of kerosene oil with per--

Mims. the Cleo to convey them here. For fect safety, as it is positively nonexplosive.The TIN BY THE BOX, SOLDER, TINKERS' SUPPLIES, ETC.
-Rev. Jas. Bolton will preach on this purpose she is admirably adapted, amount saved from chimneys and oil

Sunday next, the 25th inst., at Mims for he can anchor her in about three feet for For one descriptive year more catalogue than pays, etc.for.lamp.addressJ. Estimates Given and Work Executed in all Parts of the State.

School-room, at 11 a. m.; and at the of water and use the hold of the boat as P. TURNER, TITUSS ILLS. FLA.,

Presbyterian Church, Titusville, at 7 a fish well, thus keeping them alive, if Agent for the WANZER LAMP CO., 26 W. T. COTTER Sanford, Florida.

p. m. he so desires, for several days.A for Brevard,Orange and Volusia counties.
Refers,by permission, to Capt. James Pritchard
Messrs. A. M. Hamilton & Co., Thanksgiving dinner will be serv- Preo. L R. Bank ; J. A. Miller. Grind View Hotel; WE CALL THE ATTENTIONOf
G. W. Mackenzie: II. Ray, Lewis & Purdey and
have secured the fast sloop Arrow Capt.
ed Thursday at the building on Main other 25
Canova, to run as consort with the street Messrs. the people of Indian River to our stock of Goody,
formerly occupied by
sloop Emily S. in the fish and oyster Oliyer & Budge. The affair will be under ORANGE BOX STRAPS.Use which we are make offering at very close of margin.We .
a specialty
business.S. I. the supervision of Mrs. G. Rumph the Twisted Wire Box Strap.

H. Ray has orange boxes, also and Miss Lelu Pritchard, aided by an LITTLE BROS.. rOH. BALE-BT Orlando, Fla.

fertilizer for both orange trees and vege- able corps of young ladies. The objectof WM.TAMPA.KLA.PP COMMERCIAL, .CO.., -. Tampa DeLand,Fla FL Groceries Grain Hay and Floor

tables. Send him your orders at once the dinner being solely for charitable OB wands TO ,
and be supplied before the quarantine purposes, the modest sum of fifty cents 4 M Greenwich Street, New York. 31
On which we will give special inducements. We carry a large stock of
shuts you off. only will be charged for the bountiful
-Mrs.Weaver,who has been stopping repast. Oysters will also be served indifferent YORK, PA. ,

with Mrs. Sidney Wilbur for the past styles at twenty-five cents each. GENERAL COMMISSION AND PURCHASING Which we are offering at low figures. Those needing shoes will find it greatly to

few months, was very much pleased As all our citizens will please notice that AGENCY for all kinds of, Etc.Fruit, Farming, their interest to give us a call as we are selling shoes very low.
Machinery We will be pleased to prices at time.
on the arrival of her husband, Tuesday the hours have been selected so as to A lot of Orange.Wanted for Christmas. quote any
Satisfactory References or Security Riven..
.afternoon. specially suit each one of them (viz., 31 Correspondence Wanted. :E. L. :I13BOBBINS .

.-A concert for the benefit of the from twelve noon to nine p. m.), we

Titusville Athletic Association is,on the hope they will avail themselves of a din- MALABAR CIGAR FACTORY. i

carpet, and will be produced in about a ner at any hour fancy may dictate. H. C. Starck, Proprietor. & GRAHAM, ;

week or so, as no settled date has been Manufacturer of fine Havana and Domestic -

decided on yet. The Count Vote. Cigars. Trade supplied with fine i F

-We learn that Mr. Barton Smith The following is the official county hand made Malabar promptly filled.
and family, formerly of Indian River, vote as canvassed on Tuesday:

; have gone to Chicago where they will Senator: Hardee, 546 ; Cecil, 148. S.F.. GRAY.

t spend a few months, hoping the change Representative: Norwood, 389, Hugh- _

will be beneficial to Mr.Smith's health. lett, 153; Idner, 169. Watch Maker and Jeweller. LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD.

Don't forget the Thanksgiving din County Judge: Jones, 397 Wingood !
; Shop at John M.Dixon'u Drag Store,Titu iville,Fla
ner next Thursday, at the building on 196; Wilbur, 83. ALL WORK WARRANTED. Loans Negotiated on First Class Security at from 12 to 24 per cent ;

Main street, formerly occupied by Clerk of Court: Stewart,403; Stidum, Choice lots in rapidly growing Towns will net Investors 100 per l .

Messrs. Oliver & Budge. Dinner will 147; Cassidy, 152. NAUMAN'SNEWSPAPER : cent. in twelve months. .

be served from 12 noon until 9 o'clock Sheriff: Bowman, 375; Simmons, 128 ; Residence lots in Titusville from 820 up to $1000. (

'" ft'II Baird, 194.Assessor. SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY
l".Uh Business lots from 8250 to $2,500.

-The postoffice at Hardeeville Fla., : Sanders, 531 ; Hogan, 129.
is now open. All letters formerly ad. Collector: Hall,542; Lagow, 170. Agents for Florida Southern Railway Lands. :
terms and addressCHAS.H.NAUMAN
dressed to City Point may now be sent Treasurer: Ray, 541; Bowers, 169. copies ,

!I direct to Hardeeville for residents there- School Superintendent: Sams, 426; More than 3,000,000 Acres of Choice Lands, located in nearly every I..:

abouts. Mr. W. W. \Vinthrop is post- White, 234.Burchfield. Haulover P. O., Brevard county Fla. county in the State, suitable for Fanning Grazing, Fruit and Vegetable t :

f m 712. Growing-Pine, Cypress and Cedar Timber price $1 per Acre ana ,t-
ter..Arrived ,._ State of Florida, County Brevard.. InJustice upwards.P. .
on Wednesday, the largest Court. t
stock ever brought to Indian River. Xotlce.-County Pamphlet.Work To J. E. BENNETT. 0. Box 250 Titusville, Florida.A. .
1000 pairs sash of all sizes 700 doors of You are hereby notified that a writ of
having been suspended on the attachment has been issued against you A. STEWART, 6EO. M. BOBBINS WALTER S. 'SRAHA':
all grades and sizes by the firm that sell ;
','County pamphlet for some time, the un- and your property attached to satisfy the Clerk Circuit Court. *.
'Georgia pine lumber and hardware lower dersigned is instructed demand of P. J. Hall. amounting to $10. Atty. at Law. ,
a than the lowest Oliver & now to complete Now unless you shall appear before the
i the same at once. Advertisements, to Hon. II. F.' Atkinson Justice of the BREYARD ABSTRACT OF TITLE COMPANY
The steamer Oleo started down the I a limited extent, will have careful attention Peace in and for said county at his officeat
f river to engage in the fish and oyster if forwarded Titusville on the3d day of January A. lands Inlre-
I : to me without D. 1889, at ten oclock in the forenoon or Complete Abstracts of Title furnished to all

; business for Messrs. Oliver & ,Budge, .! delay." ..-. judgment will be rendered ,against you ward county, Florida. fTitles
,Monday: afternoon. She also towed Respectfully, and your property sold to pay the debt.
Dated this let of November, A. D. Examined and Perfecte
the day
hull of the steamer Picolata .
away : ," A. L. HATCH ... .
te. : ,. ,
!? L 1888. P. J. HALL Plaintiff. 4 ,
which will be used for a fish camp. \\&f, City Point. D. L. GAULDEN, Plalntifl Attorney. Box 25O, Titusville, Fla. I -'



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