The Florida star

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The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
S.W. Harmon
Creation Date:
October 2, 1889


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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;:'esb"terJan Sunday School. Death of an Eau Gallic Resi- Cocoa. Melbourne. Lake '"'orab.

The Rev. John Foy, appreciating theImoortanceof dent from a Rattlesnake Bite. Sunday School as usual last Sunday. A good norther one day last week, but Pleasant weather, now.*
Sabbath School instruction Our*Melbourne correspondent, refer- Miss Hattie Wilkinson has gone to no tornado. Remember the Sabbath day to keep it

" !i" a connection with his school church which service has*, ring to the above sad death, says: On school in Murfresborough, N. C. Cool and pleasant weatherthermometer holy, Brother S. '

4 been success established from the a first., Sunday morning this community received Mr. John Curtis, of Merritt, has returned 78 to 80, with strong easterly breeze. It is rumored that Dade county wil

' Sunday a morning was devoted to a ref a terrible shock in the news that home after spending several daysin From Michigan we learn that every soon have a full-fledged sheriff.

the several lessons discussed during Mr. W. H. Cocoa. thing was white with frost over a week .
e1f of Adams, of Eau Gallie, the Mr. E. Foord, of Hampshire, England,
.:) the quarter. The pleasant! exerciseswere postal clerk on the lower river, had been Mr. C. H. Edgerton went up to Titus- ago.We arrived on the 12th and is again at his

.4 brought to beautiful a fitting cream-colored close by the bitten by a rattlesnake and was dying. ville in his yacht Dauntless Monday on have seen a few ducks, and are informed old quarters at the Oaklawn House.
orwentation banner, made a by Miss Katie Paddi- The gentleman had passed the eveningat business. by the Hunter brothers that theyare No Sunday School on the 15th owing ,

: silk which was daintly wrought the the Miss Allie Nicholson, of Brantley, visited very. plentiful on St. Johns prairie to the weather, but a good attendanceon
on Goojle House, and was apparently "
IIOD, and "fat butter.
her friend Miss Littie Dickson the 22nd the
"Attendance. To Class No. 2" at owing to same .cause.
words ] in excellent health and although -
: (Jlr. W. E. Dale's), which showed the most ; Rockledge last week.A The Kitten, of Port Orange, was in The storm rather mixed mail matters
attendance. h e was sometimes subject to des- port for a short time last week, and went
most punctual party of gentlemen left Monday for on the B. I. R. end of the route so we
OF 110XOR.-PERFECT ATTENDANCE pondency, on this evening was particu- the lower river for a hunt on board the down the river flying with a northeast also got a little mixed ; hence no letter .

1 BOLL aB. Rum li, W. E. Dale, H. I. larly hopeful and cheerful. He was repeatedly Magnolia, A. Z. Dixon, master. wind requiring double reefs. last week.

'; Brown, J. K. Walker ; Mrs. R. P. Paddi- asked to remain over night, :Mr. J. C. Norwood, of City Point, is Dr. A. H. Lyman, with his son Lewis, One improvement that should have

"&a son,Mrs. G. B. Humph! Mrs.: J. M. Dixon but said he wanted to get an early start having a handsome house erected in start Tuesday for Gainesville, Ga., to been mentioned before is the re-painting

*, Misses Lula Dixon,Annie Paddison, for Eau Gallie to visit his place there, front of his old residence at that place. yisit friends there, and will probably take in fashionable colors of llobt. B. Moore'd .
Dette Paddison, Ethel Rumph, May in the Atlanta Exposition before return- east side residence.
Marie Eacott, Agnes Johnson ; and left after arranging to come downto The Cocoa Brass Band has reorganized, ing.

Blake, Eugene Rumph, George Rumph, dinner at half-past two Sunday after and every few nights they may be heard Thos. McKinney and bride arrived a
Jlnters Messrs. Craig and Parsons, commercial
:, enthusiastically practicing new pieces. few days ago and are domiciled at Ir3.Ioore's. .
Eddie Rumph, Carroll Branning, Ray- noon, and afterward to take a sail. travelers from Jacksonville, came down
:\ Mr.
mond Branning, Arthur Brown Charlie Near the west end of the bridge over Mrs. Mary Glover, a charming young last week on Ned DeCourcey's boat and brother's place McKinney this winter.will work his

Gailor. Crane Creek he was struck by a rattle- widow from Jacksonville, is visiting her secured some heavy orders for dry goods
ABSENT ONE SUNDAY. friend, Mrs. L. R. Hover, of this place. and hardware.The Barton & Dimick's jelly factory ran
I Dixon M. C. Weaver, Katie snake. As soon as possible he hopped out of sugar and had to suspend
J. opera-
Mr. O. K. Wood left for his place
Loxahatchee in of the Cleo
f across the bridge to Mr. Hector's place tow tions for few to the
Paddi-wn! Teague Norwood, Budinot the St. Lucie River Saturday a days grief of the
Pritchard, Clara Nolle, August Deisner: and calling Mr. Chas. McBride, told leaving Arthur Fox in charge of the passed up from,the river Sunday morning taken: returning -I guava growers; but sugar is' again plenti-
Sebastian having
Pierre Branning, Willie Foy, Leon 'yilon him he wished to be taken to Dr. Fee's. down a large load of lumber, etc., for the I ful and all hands are again busy and

Willie Branning, Willie English, Meantime he applied a tourniquet above store.Mr.. Sydney Williams, of Rockledge, hotel there.. This company is doing not happy.

Dolly Fitzgerald.FINANCIAL REPORT. the wound. Mr. McBride gave him all left last week for his college in Gainesville so much talk but getting in the work. Capt. G. W. Hunt took a party to the
Inlet in the Deerhound
the 12th.
July 1st. liquor in the house, and in a few min where he will take a special course We are glad to know that the movement Poling home by moonlight is very enjoyable -

To balance on hand $27 21 utes literally carried him up to Dr. of studies. set on foot by our late postmaster, especially to the other fellow, as

cash collected 11 85 Fee's house. Mrs. Packer is now living in her ne\V C. J. Hector, has resulted favorably. Miss it gives him a chance to sit alongsideyour

house, which she has just had built on Johnson, our postmistress, has received best girl while you are trying to
For several hours his
$39 00 recovery was her homestead, near what was the Bel- instructions and the necessary papers to push the bottom out of the lake with a
considered almost certain, but the sub- cher place. constitute Melbourne a money-order of- long stick.

By cash expended $19 57 tile poison was quietly working its
hand 19 47 way Don't forget to come to Cocoa Wednesday fice.Capt. M. E. Spencer, having resigned<< hi3position
on toward the citadel of life and notwithstanding A. Wilcox of the Melbourneand
evening, October 9th,to the Methodist as keeper of Sombrero Light, arrived
$39 06 all the efforts of kind hearts Church entertainment. It will bea Atlantic Railroad Company, has sold home with his bag and baggage on
most enjoyable affair. his Chautauqua Lake steamer Vincentto the 13th in Nautilus
and willing hands, and the experienceand a Lake

Baseball.Last skill of Drs. Fee and Lyman, he Mr. G. Ronald, of Titusville, who is and the we Chautauqua see, by the Steamboat Jamestown Company papers,, added Worth boat our'lake which he has bought and
to fleet. He will now de-
Friday afternoon a of baseball sank into now busily engaged in working his fath- In-
game gradually a comatose state contemplates building a steamer on 'vote his time to further and
was played between Merchant's and about o'clock brp.atheJhis er's grove between Brantley and Geor i- dian River this coming winter. his improvin
one ni.
developing in
Nine and the Second Nine, which ended p.' ana, spent last Saturday and Sunday m numerous properties
last. I DIr and Mrs. Jno. M. Minor have sold this section.
with a score of 16 to 7 in favor of the Cocoa.
Second Nine. Mr. Adams was well known on our I about forty acres of land with river Quite a breeze sprung up on the 15th.
Mrs. Johnson: and Miss Minnie
: daughter, -
front Sir. John A. of Chi-
Score by innings as follows; only river, especially so at Eau Gallic, wherehe returned to Cocoa last Thursday. This tract lies Mr., D. H. accompanied by some light squalls of
cago. near
seven innings were played : rain. The wind increased in violence fora
resided for a few ;years at the homeof Mrs. Johnson spent the summer in Middle Valentine's place and is a desirable loca-
Merchants, 2000014 7 day or so, but there was no hurricaneto
Mr. and Mrs. Hodgson. His gentle Florida and Miss Minnie was at City I tion. Mr. Pettigrew will improve the
Second Nine, 1 602331-16 record and no damage that could be
Point with her sister Mrs. C. Willard.
place this fall, and next will builda
MERCHANTS. and courteous manner endeared him to year learned of except the blowing down

R. O. E. A. P.O. his mere acquaintances and made him The negro man, William Hubert, who commodious residence. again of Cragius windmill. The rain

KIT,catch, 2 2 0 5 0 dearly beloved by his more intimate was mentioned as having been shot in Toe ]lighthouse inspector went down on that fell during the storm was scarcelymore
Bedding, c. f. 1 3 2 0 3 the eye last week, is rapidly recovering, the White last Wednesday morning to than enough to furnish necessary'
fer, 1 b. 1 3 0 0 0 friends. His greatest attractions to us but his right eye-sight is destroyed. The inspect the beacons recently erected by moisture to vegetation

I Saunders, r. f. 0 2 1 1 0 were his considerate thoughtfulness for man who did the shooting has not been Capt. Paddison. He was much pleased Sunday, the 22nd, the whole community -

; Case, p. 0 2 0 2 0lIi1Jer the comfort and happiness of others and caught. with their thorough construction and accepted was shocked to see the family of one

1. f. 0 3 1 0 1 the oftcn-expressed warm affection he Mr. T. Booth's dancing school continues them. We hear from him that of our oldest and most strictly,religious

'I:I Rogers, 3 b. 1 2 2 2 2 entertained for his mother. Of few to attract the young men and boysof the Government will not pay oyer $10 ea t-siders engaged in their ordinary sec-
' Curtiiw, &g. 1 2 1 0 7 Cocoa, City Point and Rockledge and per month for lighting beacons, and if ular avocations! -even their hired hands .
Titus, H. 2 b. 1SECOND 2 1 2 1 young men can it be said, as was remarked every Friday night, until a late hour, they cannot be lighted for that will let being at work. Upon being remonstrated -

NINE. by one who knew him well, sounds of merriment are heard from them go unlighted. % It is surprising to with by a neighbor, the head of the

R. O. }O. A. P.O. "He was one of the finest ;young men I Hill's Hall. see the number of applicants for the position family innocently remarked that he saw
Carlisle 2 2 1 4 5 of the U. S. Gov-
c. lamplighter to
l knew he had bad habits. no harm working on Saturday. On getting -
5 0 ; no Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Powell returned to
Raney 3 1 0 ernment.
:j Pardee b. 2 2 0 0 10 Our heart-felt sympathies; for forth to their home in Cocoa last Wednesday. 11 up in the morning he had lookedin

:1@ Branning, c. f. 1 4 0 0 0 the mother and brother, who in their They have been in Connecticut all sum- Ean Gallie. this the year-before-last's year's, probably, hence almanac his mistake insteadof
Christian 2 b. 2 1 0 1 1I. mer and enjoyed their stay there very
far northern home-Montreal, Canada, and a joke on the whole family domes-
school ,
Oraber, r. f. 1 -I 0 0 0 much, but are delighted to get home on Day opened on October 1st with
Cronin B. a. 2 2 0 0 0 -look daily for the loved one whom the Indian River again. Their friends Miss Kennedy as teacher. tiers included.

Titus, P. 3 b. 1 3 1 1 2 they will see no more. welcome them back. The first norther of the season on Fri- Judge Thos. A. Poole, of Lake county,

I. Norwood f. 2 2 1 0 1 His untimely and sudden death has The steamer White came up to Cocoa day and Saturday last. and nephew, Tom, jr., and Otho N. Har-

Umpire, Howell Titus ; scorer, Wm.K. cast a deep gloom over the whole com- Sunday night from Melbourne with Mr. din arrived on the 12th. The last two
I Mr. G. B. Snell is still working at his
. Wood. named will work Col. Hart's place for
. C. J. Hector and Mr. Willie Campbell on
munity, and expressions of sorrow are new house on our river.Dlr. Judge Poole this season. The Judge did
board. They came up to procure a casket -
Hypoluxo.We : heard on every band. in which to bury the remains of Mr. James Hogg arrived in onr settle- considerable skirmishing around while

have been having a right smart Farewell brother ; may your good ex- Willie Adams, the unfortunate young ment on Saturday last. Still they come. here to see if he could not buy, rent or

I breeze from the e.\Stward.and mosquitoesare ample and tragic death impress us all so man who came to his death through the Voters of Eau Gallie precinct, do not borrow a little more land, but all that
was offered was in such small if
at discount. pieces,
a bite of deadly rattlesnake.The .
that when called be a into the ballot box the
we are we may forget to put on not prices, that he about concluded he
. M. K. Lyman & Son are erecting a 15th of October good dry votes.
found equally ready. race between the Dauntless and would have to homestead a full quarter
t cottage for S. N. Andrews on his splendid
! the beach the "Rest In peace with kindred ashes Coquette, which took place a few days Capt. Geo. Houston has refitted the section to get room to turn around in.
property fronting sea near
; toot of the lake. Of the noble and the true; ago on the Indian River, between Rock- Rosa H. and improved her appearancevery He left for Lake county on the 23rd and
Ilaiula that never failed his country
1 Hearts that baseness never knew. ledge and City Point, was a most excite much by painting and overhauling.Miss promised to return very shortly, bringing -
"I Miami must be going backward. Anew his wife and all other house-
ing one, no was put
i postmaster, new mail carrier and The burial of deceased was just aboutto on either side, as the money wind was very up Lizzie Kennedy, of Parkersburg, hold utensils with him, including small-

new schedule and none of them an im take place Sunday afternoon when a heavy and the yachts well matched. The W. Va., has applied for and been grantedthe sized jug of prohibition water. Hurry

provement on the old. telegram arrived from Montreal to send Coquette started out ten seconds aheadof position of teacher for school No. 5. back, Judge, and don't forget the p. w.

M. Bobb, cook of the Cocoanut Grove the body to his mother's residence. It the Dauntless and came in just one A handsome new organ for the Eau In trying to enter the Inlet, on her
House. started at 11 p. m. Sat-night for board the minute and twenty ix seconds ahead. Gallie Baptist church is now on the way last trip down; the after-deck load of
Mr. Pitu1 place near the head of the was then placed on steamer The race of eight miles was made in fifty- I from the manufacturers and its arrival lumber on the Mary B. was washed

{lake: but instead of seeing Pitts he must Ramona, in charge of Messrs. J. E. M. seven minutes, showing good time for I is looked for daily. overboard by the breakers, and this, get- t

have had fits, for he found himself at Hodgson, J. 0. Walton, Geo. Gleason, both boats. About two weeks ago the I Mr. and Mrs. John H. Mellor accom- ting foul of her rudder, rendered her unmanageable -

fire a. m. Sun-morning waking Charley! and Jno. and Carroll Houston, and arrived Coquette, owned by Mr. A. A. Taylor, panied by a new family, who intend set- finally carrying the rudder
Pierce, twenty miles from his destination and the Dauntless, owned by Mr. C. H. In this she
r morning.Mr. in will leave entirely away. shape was
here early yesterday tling our township, .Chicagoon
near the foot of the lake. Take assafoet- Edgerton, raced together and the Daunt- the 1st October for this carried down the shore a short distance,
id JI. Bobb ; it is good for fits, but bad J. E. M. Hodgson will accompanythe less came out the winner then. This I but was finally beached and unloaded

for the breath ; but then you can keep remains to Montreal, Canada, Mr. time the Coquette was victor. I II Sabbath School with a short service and the next day, under the supervision

your mouth shut, doncherno, and follow Adams' former home, leaving here tomorrow There will be entertainment ., every Sunday in the Eau Gallie Baptist of Capt. Will Lanehart, she was again
an givenat
tied church at 10:30 a. m. all are invited.
ome ways.have got afloat and brought safely into the
morning. the new Methodist Church building at
Rey. H. M. Prince superintendent.Mr. .
lake with the loss of her and
I at great expense-10 cts. rroseimported Mr. Froscher decided yesterday thatit Cocoa on Wednesday evening, the 9th of only copper
one of those celebrated October for the of raising mon- and llrs.V.. J. Nesbitt were call some other slight damage, besides the
make the at purpose
e used all writers and was best not to attempt ing friends on the Eau Gallie river wetting of part of her cargo by water.
pens by great to put windows and in the upon
and the iron casket will ey pews
embalming remain She will await the of her
dl ye. It is genuine, made by old sealed until it reaches it destina- church, so that it may be used for relig during the past week. Mr. N. is the con- now return
Facile himself, whose motto tong has ious services. The entertainment will tractor for the Hotel Treutler irrigation owner, Captain Hendrickson, from his
beenface/' dectnsus I tion. system. northern trip, and then will be put on
is ett avornr. am now consist of select readings and recitations,
the first death from rattle- for In the meanwhile all
This is a repairs.
Spared to furnish news-stale or alto- singing, tableaux, etc., given by the best Mr. Trafford, with a number of his colored ways
; bite known in this section within for this section will boat
tftner snake freight come by
too fresh gossip gush or rot ; ifWired local talent obtainable. There will alto
is hauling coquina rock for
the recollection of our oldest inhabit- men and rail via Titusville and Juno; in facta
also mild form of slander hand for sale refreshments ice
a be on Mr. Treutler to be used in the construction -
deal of that
JpWering on libel or the real article, ants. cake lemonade bam-sandwitches great freight comes way,
cream, of the sea-wall being built aroundthe and it looks the
Riog it necessary for me to hunt the hot coffee, etc. The ladies will have a hotel site. now as though day was
not far distant when all but the bulkier
Ittub. I am making no contracts this table of fancy work, toilet articles, flow-
Like many of my neighbors I am the residence of Mr. and Mrs. H. ers, etc., to be sold after the evening's ex- Mr.John E.M. Hodgson is refitting the and unperishable freight will come the
*** Titusville cabin of the sharpie Belle for the coining inside route, and a little shading downon
J busy tickling old mother earth with Q. Hawley, on Thursday ercises are over. All are invited to come
*hoe, that she may smile bushels of to- morning last their infant son, Hubert and help along this most worthy cause. season's business. The steamer' Kathleenwill the charges by the J., T. & K. W.

lilt toes on me, in order that railways, Hutchinson Hawley, breathed his last. Admission 25 cents. Doors open at 7 also be put in order shortly for the Railway will materially hasten that day.

schooners and commission men may eke The child had been quite sickly for some o'clock p. m.; entertainment begins at winter's business. I fIt SAM.

ont their precarious living. The rosPKt time, and all the attention possible 7:30. Friends at a distance desiring to is rumored in our settlement that S .

for a large crop are good. Many could not save him. Babe was three contribute will confer with Mrs. O. K. another place of business will shortly be Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
t making of home-made fer- months and two weeks old. Burial service Wood Miss Moore Cocoa Mrs.
t,1' more use or Carry ; erected, the site is not yet determinedon. THE BEST SALVE in the world for Cuts,
their urr$and others are mixing brains with was conducted Thursday afternoonby H. H. Wilkinson or Miss Willie May, This will be a very welcome addi- Bruises, Sores, Ulcers Salt Rheum, Fever
$ work good results following.'ng Rev. J. Foy, and the interment madein Rockledge. tion to our growing community and will Sores. Tetter* Chapped Hands, Chilblains

uua g none to spare to mix with anhi )'- the new Titusyille cemetery. fill a long and much-needed want.Dissolution. Corns, and all Skin Eruptions

> I am forced to buy Mapes at $6 11 1- and positively cures Piles or no pay required -

"rrel. NOTICE.There Announcement.I It is guaranteed to give perfect

RUTHVEN. will be a meeting of the stock- hereby announce myself a candidatefor satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
holders of the Titusville School Building Town Marshal at the coming election, Notice is hereby' given that the firm of 25 cents per box. For sale by Dixon &

-.J S. Watson'& Co. want 500 boxes I Association at the school house at 7:30 p. pledge the .people my: honest endeavorto Porter & Potter is this day dissolved by Grey. 10-J9.

cf lemons. m., Oct. 9th, 1889, to consider the proposition fill the office creditably if elected, and mutual consent. '
School Board to said hope to receive the of friends O. S. PORTER Are you made miserable by Indigestion, Constipation
\\-Duy your cotton seed meal of J. S. : of the buy support my GEO. W. POTTER. Dizlneu, Lou of Appetite Yellow Stint
son Co. They are heaHuartera building. All are requested to attend. and a majority of the votes cast on that .Sbilou's Vit&lizer II a potitire Cure Sold br Dick
for f ert lUn. I' K. P. PADDISON. occasion. HENRY TITUS. Lake Worth, Sept. 24th, 1889. 'I con k Grey, TitimUle, 11...





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( : ,.J walls of Hiramar, and a few days later Monday, that a a great catastrophe dur-

L : : r set take sail possession from Trieste by the to aid come of Napoleon's over and YELLOTFEVER.' ing averted the by National a mere chance.encampment The sloping brae 19 Wants Yl l

OUR \ATCHWORD\ \\ which troop neither a free and sought independent nor desired country his hillside people were at Juneau seated park.on the where night moved 100,000 of the six

naval battle, was ---0-
presence? American diplomatist Researches in Regard to Its Cause inches. Had it not been for the stone
A prominent
A "America for Americans," Has said: "Some nations are like some in- and Prevention I' road bed of the railroad at of the the foot bluff of 1
short whole
dividuals-they have mighty the hill, the J.S.WATSON&CO
a Alarmed the Europeans. memories. As long as the remembranceof s.1 would have slipped off into the lake ,
other attempts with it. The groundat 1,
Maximilian and of various Made by Dr. Sternberg U. carrying the people
encroach the hill is bulged
to of
j i, } The Futile Arguments of the eaker of European nations powers on this continent A., in the Island of Cuba.Up at the the bottom top there is a deep fissure where FORWARDINGMERCHANTS peIt'1

Foreign Press. upon continues it would be extremely diffi- I the sod and earth have been torn apart.

cult for the soft notes of The Fremden-" to the Present He Haa Found No Poitlve Before the seats were erected many the
r fall appreciative ears. civil engineers had doubts about
blatt to ''
Made by Them to upon Demonstration of the Specific of it consisted
Strenuous Effort Being The comments of papers in thrse of I safety of the bonk, as much

z :Prevent the Realization of the Hope ol the principal capitals of Europe are not Came of the DUeaae-Nothing to Con- I of made ground.PENSION AND COMMISSION

'; the Coming Congress of All the Amer the only ones that could be quoted, but :rmDr. Frer's Theory of MicroOrganism JII'...

Are Jealous of Our Great in the Blood and Tissues. .
they are enough to show that the com- COMMISS ONER.
4 Progrew. mercial interests of Europe are wakingup BALTIMORE, Sept 26.-Dr. George M. 'fIJjri

NEW YORK Sept. 27.-A Wathingtor to the importance of this congress Sternberg, major and surgeon, U. S. A.. Mayor Warner Can't Afford to Relinquish

ipecialtoThe Herald says: and are attempting by all means, fail has just returned from a six months' 111 Law Business for It.

The state department is receiving just and unfair, to prejudice it throughoutall stay in Cuba, where he has been continuing KANSAS Cm, Mo., Sept. 20.-Maj. 1s

from our representatives in Europt the European countries. his researches with reference to Warner has announced to a reporter of .
now his final and irrevocable
r' Press
the United
J B great many interesting extracts from POLITICS IN THE NEW STATES.Vigorous the cause and prevention of yellow determination to refuse the appoint-

) ;, European journals expressing some Contest Over the Location of.a fever. He found in the hospitals a suffi- ment as commissioner of pensions. The TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA 3s.
: ,' alarm over the effect upon European number of cases, and in the course announcement is made in accordancewith =

t = trade of the coming' conference of the State CalJltaLST. week the summer made thirteen autopsies.He his promise to the president that -:0:- 1

+ American nations. Some of them are PACTX Sept 26.-But one in has brought with him specimens in he would decide by this date. The ostensible 1:

t almost hysterical in their appeals to the more remains of the first campaign alcohol and cultures of microbes, with reason is that he cannot afford WE WANT 1

South American republics to distrust the four states of North and South Dakota which he will continue his investigations to relinquish his law business.Can 1&1

if, our advances and continue to trade in Montana and Washington, and during the winter at the Johns THE CONFIDENCE OF THE PEOHI
s' Europe is waking up to the their first experience in politics has; not Hopkins university. At the end of this Dissolve the Hardest Stone.ST. DiD2r'
Europe. been means of the quiet order, : PAUL, Minn., Sept 24.-A Bo-
results of the congress in by any time he hopes to present a general report -
possible especially throughout South Dakota. of his investigations President hemian stonecutter of this city, named WE WANT s ,

earnest North Dakota it has been strictly a :BoorfrieJ, has; discovered a combination .
in .
Le Temps of Paris has been publishing Harrison. August You to be sure to tome and See Ui
the fight for party and party candidates, "My researches to the present of chemicals by the use of it"
series of articles expressing
1 + a fears to the consequences ot with the usual proportion of bolters, and said Dr. Sternberg. "have not led to a which the hardest stone can be dissolvedand When you come to town. --

a gravest as It declares that it is intended the same is true to a large extent oi positive demostration of the specific cast into any desired shape, the iIItl

the congress.form a zollverein among all Montana and Washington; but in South cause of the disease. But I have isolated casting being as hard as flint and cap- WE WANTTo -
Dakota the candidates for state offices of able of taking on a brilliant lustre. It *
number pathogenic
the American states, which while fostering a considerable Talk to You. tteb
themselves have been lost sight of almost in the hot bacilli-disease producing germsfromthe varies in color according to the ston"eused tli

f will their practically commerce exclude among that of and at times bitter contest for the loca- intestines of yellow fever cases and and can be had from a bright red WE WANTTo tlx 1tId
in the fluid it
Europe. The paper goes on to urge the tion of the capital have strong hopes that one or. more of to an_ ,While. _____...1.1.-:__
At this election the voters will only be used for coating tlD'UlUgUliYlUQ Work With You.
I *i and French merchants to make these may prove to be the specific germ. can
f- : English
- *?: effort to prevent the realization ol decide on the temporary location of the "I have confirmed my previous con- a stone or glassy surface.Ir.. Boorfried

s every the result, and to induce the "HispanoAmericanos" seat of government but fight has been clusions as to the absence of a specific claims that car wheels and rails can be WE WANTTo
to adhere to their ancientsystems. none the less energetic on that account micro-organism in the blood and tissuesof made in this way. He will start for the

Heretofore they have been Something in the neighborhood of a the patients and have failed to find east in a few days to secure the backingof Yost You on the Market.

under the dominion, commercially and dozen towns were in the race at the in any of my cases the germ which Dr. wealthy C3pit lists. -

somewhat politically, of Spain and the start, but minor ones dropped out until Frer, of Brazil, has claimed to be the WE WANTTo t..

rest of Europe. They are just escapingfrom now six remain and these are in to the cause of the disease. For this reason I LOUISIANA'S BOGUS BONDS. Ship For You and See to YourEiit lid 1:
this. Commenting on the aoove death. Each some special source have given my attention entirely to the
article in Le Temps, La Epoca, of Madrid of strenth not vouchsafed to the others bacilli of the alimentary canal. As none Evidence That the State Treasurer Knewof menu:; here. Ins

has also been publishing vigorous and each is confident victory.. Within of the lower animals are subject to yellow Their Existence. ..

comments on the congress. a few days careful estimates as to the fever and inoculation will therefore be NEW ORLPAXS, Sept :Ex-Cashier WE WANTTo QIat

A German Paper's Wall. result ha'e-been made by several of the impossible. it will be extremely difficultto Stoddard has produced a copy of a let- Handle most of tic 7
A competitors and the results are far either Buy or -
arrive at positive demonstration. QB
a him Jan. 19 1833, from
communications written ,
One of the latest re- ter, by of thwsertiea 11m
be to and Produce
apart.In Fruit
"It will necessary
'' ceived at the state department is from 1885, when the South Dakota pea extensive researches Baton Rouge, to State Treasurer Burke, .h
c Minister Fred. Grant, dated Aug. 8, ple formed the state of Dakota and to make ascertain the character of the bac- : in whioh he stated that thirty couponsof of the country. n

I!' Itoy. It is a long article from the asked admission the vote on the capi- terial flora in the intestines in other the supposedly destroyed state bonds im1iaw

7" Vienna Fremdenbiatt the organ of the tal gave Huron first place with 12.6'Jl, diseases. I have isolated a long list of had been presented for payment The WE WANT :

t minister of foreign affairs ot Austria- while Pierre was 2,000 behind, and no unknown and undescribed bacteria number ol the coupons were given in You to Know if we cannot Buj Yoar f

Hungary. It says: other above 3,000. It is estimated that found in the digestive system of yellow the letter. Mr. Stoddard says that Maj. for Yoa. :
"Tiie United States government has and him next day from Products, We Can Ship it
about 80.000 votes will be polled, fever patients. But I have yet to prove Burke telegraphed Ia
invited all the governments of the new that 22,000 will be a plurality in the that of these are uniformly constant New Orleans: "Have seen the party! F
# 4 world to take part in a congress to be capital contest Huron figures! that that some in this disease and are not found and have arranged." Mr. Stoddart WE WANT r:

t held in Washington under the watchword city will receive 552,000: Pierre claims in others. For instance, in all my researches showed the coupons to Receiving Clerk TituriBti
of 'United America,and especially 30,000, Sioux Falls believes it will reach I have never found the 'comma' Campbell, who resigned being unwill- You to help us to make tWL

'America United against Europe. 28,000 and Watertown. Mitchell and bacillus of Koch, now generally believedto ing to remain connected with the treas- distributing point for the Product

I "Uniform weights, measures and Chamberlain are placed along in pro- !I be the cause of cholera. urer's office in view of such irregularity. of the river, and sell our -
4 coinage are to be introduced, a court of cession. Each one of the first named Maj. Burke prevailed on him to remain.

arbitration appointed to settle all disputes believes in its own success, and each WITH 700 SEALSKINS. Mr. Stoddart did not resign, as his term Products here. JW

between American states, encroachments will be in the race at the end, but it is was nearly out If Mr.Stoddart's state- j 1R-
i of European states in connection not a human possibility to predict Another Poaching Canadian VeMel Ar- ments be accurate it indicates. knowl- WE WANTIn IXJ.ei

with American affairs are to be the result of this very uncertain contestNew riTes at Victoria-Three Yet to Come. edge of the coupon matter on Maj. and bid
I cat
jointly opposed, and the most important : VICTORIA, B. C., Sept 24.-The sealing Burke's part six months before he retired fact to save you money,

r of all, a uniform tariff of rates of customs Mexico. schooner Beatrice, Capt. McKeit from the office of treasurer. if you will help U5. pel.

I' duffs to be established SANTA FE, N. M., Sept. 26.-The New arrived from Behring sea Thursday Mr. Stoddart also produces a telegram

c "The plan," says The Fremdenblatt, Mexico state constitutional conventionhas night with 700 sealskins. The Beatrice dated New Orleans, Aug. 21, 1886, 'YEXT L
**is of and Secretary closed its labors. It decided tc i-
one imposing grandeur was reading "Collected
28. Mc signed Cockerton :
left Behnng sea on Aug. Capt
4T Blaine who conceived it, will' first submit the proposed constitutionto Keit reports that he never sighted the $310a nd deposited it to the; general account You "to know we are head-qu rterik b!
thereby surely add numbers to the ranksof congress and if that body should Balance unstamped and bank Crates etc.
; Rush, and of course was not particularly Vegetables, era
his party. Perhaps it was with this pass an enabling act then the constitution anxious to do so. refused to cash." Mr. Stoddart explainsthis rttb
view that this bold conception was is to be voted by the people
upon On Aug. 16 he lost three canoes each as follows: Cockerton was Maj.Burke's WANTTo
launched of which had been within davs thereafter, but WE
rumors ninety containing two Indians. The canoes, business manager in New Or ...
i.. current for some time. should congress refuse to act then the leans. Burke had to Honduras, Boxes sal
six in number, went out in the morn- gone Sell you your Orange a
r 4That the of Mr. Elaine's device constitution is to be voted at the
t t ;f success upon Stoddart sealed
ing, and during the day a very thick leaving-with. a packageof Orange Wraps and will do it if joi
;i the article continues, "would be next general election for delegates in wind came up. About 7 o'clock threeof coupons, telling him to send it to t

of great and disagreeable consequencesto congress. The convention memorialIZed the canoes returned but the Others' Cockerton whenever the office needed will come to see us. 1til
Europe is easily understood. Europe for an extra grant of pub-
congress did not Capt. McKeit stayed around money. Stoddart forwarded the package -
}' ships a large part of its manufactures to lic domain for school purposes and appointed five days, burning a seal blubber lightat and received the foregoing tele- WE WANT toas.
ikmth America and Austrian committee of from each
our ; producers a one Soon after Burke's return the
masthead the .
i well know the value of (ffeir Brazilian county to prepare an address to the hope the of picking every the missing night hunters, gram.rejected coupons came back from Cock- You to know that we are Agents forth ISti

i A; and Argentine customers, who people, and also one to congress urging but nothing was up seen of them. erton. Their face value was $2,254.The Ocala Rock Lime, and will forms* Pit
purc1uLe.their china, glass fancy them the necessity for the ad.
paper numbers with
On 27 McKeit spoke the corresponded exactly paW
July Capt.
goods, shoes and other articles exported misbion of New Mexico as a state. it low down.
the list of fraudulent
schooner Lily L., of San Francisco, coupons recently -*

4 to those those countries."If ports should be closed to us TESTING AN ELECTION LAW. with 200 skins, and on July 21 spoke the published. Stoddart says he sent the ne'
J with rejected over to Burke. That WE WANT .
Henry Dennis, of Salem Ore., coupons
those of the
"by tariff rates as high as The Right of a State to UUfranchise Elec- 100 skins. He also spoke the Annie C. was the last he heard of them. burn oar on 1Ia..p&;
of workmen that
united States a large,part our You to know we
tors to lie Questioned.
which arrived in few
Moore a
t and a still larger part of German, CHATTANOOGA, Tenn., Sept 28.-The days ago. The Victoria sealers porte to arrive BACKED BY A MILLION.The Oyster-Shell Lime, and, of course
French and English laboring men
would be in danger of losing their employment last legislature of this state passed two are the Mary Ellen, Theresa, Maggie New Base Ball Syndicate Coming to can give you bottom prices. '-
j laws to regulate elections the first May and Favorite.The a Focus.
known as; the registration law, and the -
w rThere is therefore, every reason for second the Dortch bilL The regis- 1'Iaggiela1' A,rive NEW YORK, Sept 24.-The new base WE WANT Cc

reflecting seriously: regarding this matter tration as law to cities of a certain The schooner :Maggie :May arrived ball syndicate seems to be assured. handle Ces8*

I ; and for not dismissing it as beingtoo size, includes applies Memphis, Nashville, from Behring sea Ir'1i ay night with James J. Coogan, the millionaire furniture You to know that we ..
far removed It would be a serious 1.390 seal skins. On Aug. 27, after a and Plaster Hair. .
Knoxville and Chattanooga and only dealer, admits that he has sub- ..
.. loss to Europe if the politicians of chase of three hours, she was over-
two counties-Shelby and Davidson.The scribed a large sum to back the brotherhood
Washington should succeed in uniting hauled by the Bush, but after Lieut =:
i method
Dortch prescribes a in its enterprise and that the 'YE.AXT
the whole American continent not in had examined her and
.i a similar to the Australian plan, the Tuttle papers, as lease of the thepolo .
new grounds adjoining **
1, single free territory, but in a territory voters being required to select and mark the skins seemed to be several days old, grounds will soon be signed. He To impress upon your minds tb ".c\
surrounded insurmountable customs
by allowed
a off from the ticket the name of such she was proceedCapt also says he knows that grounds have represent -.
4 barriers Dodd said he had determined to
.. parties as they desire to vote for, thus fight been secured or promised in at least five & Ed\t'ardJ.
'America for Americans' is the Mon- rather than surrender the skins or the Thompson
their able to read.
necessitating being cities. Notwithstanding these definite
doctrine. 'America for the XorthAmericans'
a roe Two bills have been filed here challenging vessel. statements Tim Keefe and "Buck" Ew- of Chicago,
is the doctrine of Blaine.
the constitutionality of the acts, The Governor GeneraL to know of the manufacturers or F I.i
ing profess nothing proposed The largest
We cannot believe that the of
ir people
# both in the Federal court and the chancery Lord Stanley, the governor general, attack on the League, and
say co .j
Mexico the La Plata and other and
't Brazil izers in the west,
court of the state. The bill in theFederal is expected to arrive on Oct 31, and in further that no member of the New or then
tm ,. Latin states will ever submit to this. court is sworn to byfive negroes. the meantime grand preparations are York club is interested in it President on hand the following brands .III.ft
The Vienna to that
1M2 paper goes on sav make their mark and who claimthat being made to give him a fitting re Goods
11 the states to the south of the United who Day and Manager :Mutrie say they had : .
States are not likely to submit to the they cannot read, and would, therefore ception. The Behring sea questionwill heard of the move, but know nothing World of Good for Orange Trees 'ii,
be disfranchised by the action of be laid before him by the the seal- definite. ,
wishes of these millionaires of the
> the Dortch law. ers association.THE Reliable persons with have World of Good, for TruckersPure
t Union. It follows this statement by money
_ ff giving them advice as to where they The suit is brought under the first FLORIDA STORM.The been found in each League city who are fine Ground Bone. --

., shall sell their raw material and buy section of the fourteenth amendment to ready to back the players, and arrange- Blood, Bone and Potash.
=t their finis-hod products. and them the United States constitution as to the Damage Around Jxck*onvllle Estimated ments are being made for grounds so : ,
urges : jurisdiction of Federal courts and, under that in the brotherhood Chicago Bone Meal.
d S not to attempt to change their present at 840.OOO. case players decide : lP&
', European trade routes for fear these the same section, as to the right of the JACKSONVILLE, Flo., Sept 27.-Reports to leave the league there need be Dissolved Bone.

Amencans will take undue advantage of state to abridge the privileges and im- from various localities in the state no delay in forming. new organization.None
munities of citizens of the United of these parties have hired :-
indicate that the storm was a disastrous WE WANT
As these markets in the south of States. grounds outright but they have op-
to although further
i America close one after another The bill in chancery is filed under one property no tions. That's the plan and if the You to know we keep on hicuSulphate
up Article IV, section of the state con- loss of life is reported. At West Jacksonville forces the
more and more each year to European \ League players to the wall ) of Potash r
three four houses ,
or were
k; their stitution, which guarantees to every they will carry it outReftcned
they are turning
blown down and two churches wrenched
news toward Africa and other undeveloped citizen of the state complying with the Land Plaster, .
their foundations.A from Wrecked -
countries to make for the lack. requirements as to citizenship the right I from a Ve.seLN'olu'oLs Cana da'H. "". Ashes,
up Times Union reporter took a drive Va., 2o.. The
These made to vote and "no qualification shall be Sept steam- aDd
because of are the dependence strongandearnest of required except the payment of poll- through the outlying country for many ship Decatur H. Miller, Capt. J. C. Tobacco Stems es1'
: tax." miles and reported that fallen trees Taylor of the Merchants' and Miners' Cotton Seed

markets.European In manufacturers the United States on foreign do A municipal election is pending in were encountered everywhere, many of line, arrived here Friday with three
feel the this city under the new laws and the the monster moss-hung oaks which have ship-wrecked seamen, who were taken WE WANT
not shutting a foreign market
much but, in up it is in filing of the bills has created a consider- withstood the storms of a hundred off the schooner Henry Clav, at 7
:00 ,matter of Europe commercial able sensation as the purpose is to prevent years, being prostrated. The main o'clock Thursday morning, seven miles You to, Give Us a Trial on
many cues a this an election under these laws. building of Sand Hills hospital made southwest of Block island. The schoonerwas
and death and for
immediate reason they see United States District Judge D. M. Key memorable by the epidemic of 1888, was leaking badly when abandoned and WE WANT I
the necessity for prompt action bill wrecked and the whole is one of had sails all blown sir
counteract this commercial has refused to issue an order in the scene away. She was br f(
The Fremdenbiatt attacking the Dortch act on the ground ruin. The total damage by the storm badly wrecked and the wind was blowing To mend your patronage tos0
mo\ement remarkable goes on that the matter did not come under his throughut fhe whole area, including the heavy from the north. Theschooner honest dealings, and we mean

# to say some instance it says:things.For \ot, a single jurisdiction. city and beach, will aggregate $40,000. was bound from New York to TRY US.Respectfully. BI'
Portland Me. with
state hasever a cargo of iron.
European .
AniTa The transferred
encroachments on American of a Shipwrecked Crew.HATJFAT seamen: were to the -:0-

states." How was it when, abouttwt'nt"tin N. S.. Sept 20.-The man- Close Call for Thousands of Visitors at steamship Dorchester and sent to Bos !

years ago a prince of the of-war Emerald has arrived with the the Milwaukee Encampment. ton. They were greatly exhausted by
'of, hoisted his imperial survivors of the British man-of-wax Wit 26.-The constant work at the pumps and exposure & !
: house Hapsburg new MILWAUKEE, Sept J. S. WATSON & I I'i Ir
flag_ of Mexico over the c castle Lily, wrecked off Labrador, with the startling information was made public
loss of seven lives.

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Burned. Loss on grain ana machinery, I mu h comment. fie came here about I Pianos & FLORIDA.

1 IN THE SOP? $6,000( ; insurance, $3,500. Los on eighteen months since, bringing lettersto OrgansTUNED -0-

s building $2,000; insurance, $1,000. the Y. M.member.C. A., of which he becamea THE TROPIC.TRrSK CITE

Loss on John Rice's warehouse, $::,500; prominent AND REPAINED.G. .
insurance $1,000. Six mouths since he adopted a child
Adjacent propertywas Jacksonville, Tampa, and
damaged to the amount of $1,000 little Jodie Crow, from the orphan asy-
JJoulanger and the Monarchists which was fully covered by insurance.Deed lum, and persistent attempts have since W. SCHUYLER, Key West stem.
Badly Defeated; been made to kidnap the little one.
of a Rapid and Cot-Throat. His own child died lately, and he has P. O. INDIANOLA, BREVARD CO. Schedules 111 Effect May 2Trains ., ISSU.I .
BOLIVAR, Tenn., Sept 27.-A most been the victim of business troubles. FLORIDA.All .
I I Republicans Again Triumphant atrocious murder was committed near Saturday night he disappeared and no I I of this line run on Central Standard
The Cranesville, in Hardeman county, Sun- trace of him has been found despite a work warranted. References fur- Time,pan arrive and depart from: theJ.T.&K.W.andS.F.SW.Union
In France. day evening A colored girl "named vigorous search by the police, who thinkhe nished. Charges only for work actually ; depot.

Rena Sain, while passing over an un- has been made away with by the done-not for travelling expenses. .

lib Government Majority the Chamber frequented road to a neighbor's house, parties who are interested in spiritingaway Will make a trip to Lake Worth about West India Fast .Mail.

Over One Hundred-Crushing was criminally assaulted and her throat the Crow child. 1st of October, attending to any orders No. 27 No- 14
Will Be cut from ear to ear. She was only 15 As he was of an excitable tempera- received before that time. 233mo. 1 00 p m..Lv Jacksonville Ar..6 30 a m
s Blow to the General and Ills Support- years old. William H. Cunningham, a ment, it is thought probable that he is 1 54 p m..Green Cove Spring. 25 a m

en-Some balloting Necessary. white man, was arrested for the crime. suffering from a sudden attack of insanity 2 40 p m.....PalatkaJunctiun.4 28 a m

PABIS Sept. 20.-Official returns from or may have run from his financial FOR $3,000. 2 4S p m...Palatka..1 26 a in

' 536 electoral divisions allows that the NEWS IN BRIEF. troubles. His wife, a most estimable 3 23 p m.Huntington..3 24 a m

lady, is left in a very embarrassing and 3 42 ...._. ..
I Republicans have elected their candidates A Condensation of Interesting Item on ELIGIBLY-LOCATED p m? ...3 00 a m
distressing position, and is wild over 4 20 m..DeLand
in 217 and the anti-Republicans in Various Subject p 00 a m
will be in ICG her bereavement. 4 30 p m....Orange! City Junc..l 48 a m
153. Reballote necessary Women will be allowed to vote in Wy-
'divisions. oming. Criminal Negligence. ORANGE GROVE 5 15 p m...Smforll..l 15: a m
' i Among the prominent Republicans The village of Irvington, N. J., has a gold CHATTANOOGA, Tenn., Sept. 25.The 6 57pmWinter: 53 It m
elected are MM. Fallieres, Rioot, JulesRoche discovery boom. coroner's jury, after investigating the 13pm Orlando.11 40 p m
Granet, Deville. Ueschanel, The officials of the McDonough county, cause of the death of Mi's. Adams, of 7 25 p m....Kissimmee...10 50 p m
i Barbe, Sarrieu and Reinach. III, fair have been indicted for permitting Casey Ill., one of the victims of the p m.Tampa. 7 40 p m
Among the prominent opposition candidates gambling on the grounds. electric railroad disaster, has rendereda 10 45 p mu...Ar Port Tampa Lv6 50 p m
elected are MM. Cassa nac, La. There are three possible duels in the future verdict charging negligence on the IN FINE THRIFTY CONDITION.THREE Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars between

Ion, Haub&man, Qodelle. Lanjuinais and among Georgia legislators for compliments part of the company in not providing New York and Tampa, dailv. No 27 stojw
)Iun.: passed on the floor. The gentlemen are adequate machinery to prevent? such accidents. HUNDRED &: FIFTY TREES at Kissimmee for supper. os.14 and 27

It is believed that 127 of he divisionswhere Tignor and Anderson, Feltan and Hum Capt. Owen Wiley, of Casey, connect at Port Tampa with Plant Steam-
reballots will be necessary 1 the re- phreys, and Foute and Thurman.The Ill., is expected to die, and William Two Hundred in Good Bearing. ship Line for Key West and Havana. Ships
Bait will be favorable to the Kepubli- long strike at the Columbia, Pa., rolling Munford, of Princeton, Ind, is in a sail from Port Tampa on Mondays and
cans. In the other thirty-nine divisionsthe mills has been declared off. critical condition. Thursdays on arrival of trains. No. 27
opposition will probably elect their John Allen and E. H. Platt, who left New connects at Palatka Junction with the Flor-

candidate The Republicans also relyon York May 14, to cross the continent on ida Southerr Railway.
horseback arrived at San Francisco VSTanted -
electing ten members from the colo Satur- TRAINS BETWEEN: DELAND JUNCTION AND
nies. They will thus hold 854 seats iii day evening. 7 FROM PRESENT CROP
the cew chamber of deputies. Judge Edward Lewis died suddenly at St. .AT ONCE-EVERYWHERE, DELAND.Lv .

In official circles a government majority Louis Saturday. A Representative, Profitable t Business.' OF 10 PER CENT. ON PRICE. DeLand No91 No89 No87 No8 No83
is considered ass ired. Although: the William Ramsby was arrested at Vevay, MAN OR 1tU3IAI \. Junction_ :50p 10:45p; 2:45p 12:40p8:50a
majority will not be large, it will be Ind., for assaulting a young lady near DiII I LIBERAL; PAY.All. time Inducement not necessary offered Ar DeIand..11:05p 4:41) 3:00p 12:55p p 9:05a

and more homogeneousthan boro. until December 35th. Give references.
more that in the last chamber. It is said that 100,000,000 acres of land in I{. If. AVOOUWAKD&CO.,Baltimore.. ADDRESS, Ar Deland No82 No84 NoS6 NoS8 SoU-

Returns from the elections in this city the west could be reclaimed by irrigation.The 24-4t Jnnction.8:35a 1 :15p 2:20p 4:15p 10:80: 1-
show i that the Conservatives did not judee refused to discharge Woodruffin LOCK BOX 240, TITUS rILLE, Lv DeLandS:20i: 12:00p 2:05p 4:00p 10:10p
the Cronin Trains 88 and 89 run daily, all others
member while the case.
elect a single
returned one and the Boulangists The details of the mob trial under lynch ASTHMA A trial bottle sent Free to : daily except SUdlb)'.

four. Reballots will be neoessary in law of Alonzo Edward: and his wife, Mary, anyone afflicted. DR.TAFT BRO.,Rochester,N.Y. South Florida Accommodation.Ko .

thirty-seven divisions. at Rosalia, Kan.t are of the most revolting 3- No. 6.

:M. Thevcuet, minister of justice, has character, and reveal a story of inhuman HINDERCORNS.The HAS 8 30 a m..Lv Jacksonville Ar..6 45 J p m
been re-elected but reballots will be treatment seldom met with. It turns out only mire Cure for Corns. Stops Hiscox&Co.N.Y.CONSUMPTIVE all pain. Ensures. "i1EENKIIDWN 3 TA $ r op 9 33 a m..Green Cove Spring..5: 44 lu
comfort to the Drugptets. : p
necessary in the districts in which M. that the child they were accused of murder- I 1'0 TAD BEa =aTt piEo 10 2.a m ..Palatka Junction ...4 50 i, m

Com tans. minister of the interior, and ing is alive and well, notwithstanding Mrs. &Y.OV' FAILER1oR H.GQ.C.. 10 35am...I)alatha..4 45pm

JL Yves-Cuyot, minister of publicworks Edwards confessed, when strung up, that Rave you Con!b.Bronchitis Asthma Indigestion I Use BURES TO ANY 11 17 a m... Huntington.. ......4 00 m
1t has cured p
she murdered it.Crimes.
were candidates. Their election, the Wt cweSairdfftEeTeltrViSedj however, is regarded as certain. and Casultieg. fn.a4 tecUfO nutrition. Take In time. We.and SLoo.II' IT03DAYS EMEtir LjACKSQNViliEf 12 34 pm... DeLand Junction ...2 43 I p m

Among the Republicans defeated are The total number of persons drowned in % 12 4 8 p n1... Orange City Junc ...2 2; p m
MM. Mflude, Goblet, Jules Ferry, Milliard the Japanese floods: of Aug. 20 is estimatedat PARKER'S 1 20 p m..Ar Sanford Lv.1 55p m
and Joubert, while in the districts 10,000. HAIR BALSAMCleanses Dixox & GRAY, Wholesale Agents. Daily between Jacksonville and Palatka
in which MM. Milleraud, Passy, Lock- and beautifies the hair. ;
daily .
except Sunday south of
Ed. Ahearn. who is charged with killing Promotes luxuriant Palatka. No.
a growth.
roy, Flonuet and Barodei Republicans, Thomas E. Jackson in a prize fight at St. Never Fail to Restore Gray "Way Down Upon the Suwaii- 3 connects at Palatka with Fla. So. Ry.Jacksonville .
and M3 L Audrieux Laisant, Vergera, Hair to its Youthful Color.
Louis bound without
bail "
was over River. and Sanford
Laser, Desume and Naquet, anti-Re Prevent Dandruff and hair falling nee Accommodation.
Considerable damage, but no loss of life, 60&and <1.00 at Droggliits. .
publicans, were candidates, reballots From Branford Fla. situated the
resulted from the bursting of a large dam upon
will have to be had. Count Dillon was at Springton Forge, Pa. GRATEFULCOMFORTING.C000AI. romantic Suwannee River, Messrs. Rouse No- 5 No. 78 .....

elected. Mrs. Robert Ray Hamilton, on trial at & Thomas write, under date of August 19, 3 50 p m.Lv Jacksonville An.12 45 p In
Later lie turn*. Mays landing, N. J., for stabbing her child's 1889: "Please forward us another gross of 5 44 P m..Ureen Cove Spring.l 40 a m
Later returns show that tho.Repub nurse, Mary Donnelly, was convicted and EPPS'S Johnson's Chill and Fever Tonic. Have 7 22 p m..Palatka Junction..lO 45 a m

licans have elected their candidates in sentenced to two years in the penitentiary. sold out every bottle of last gross upon 7 50 p m...Palatka .........10 40 a m

SID divisions and the Opposition in 156.B A number of persons attending the Armyof BREAKFAST.: your strict guarantee, and not one bottle 8 50 p m..lIuntington... 9 55 a m
-ballots will be necessary in 170 die the Cumberland reunion at Chattanoogawere returned." 9 22 p m...Seville.; 9 37 a m
visions. The Conservatives have elected "By a thorough knowledge of the natural laws 10 35 p m..Deland Junction... 8 49
seriously injured by the slipping of a which g worn the operations of digestion and nutrition a m
MM. Bretuil Dondeanville, Soubeyan, car on the Missionary Ridge railway.The and by a,careful application of the fine properties From a letter from Graniteville, S. C., 10 55 p m...Orange City June... 9 25 a m
Mackau, Montgoltier and Bishop Irep- Pacific express car was robbed Friday vided of well-selected Cocoa, Mr Epps has pro-. dated August 26, 189: 11 50 p m.Ar Sanford Lv...., 8 05 a m
our tables with a delicatelyflavor.ed -
peg night of $10XXi between Echo and Belton, a beverage which may save us many heavy doctor At the age of 50, with twenty-five yearsof Daily except Sunday. %g
This Settle branch of the Missouri, Kansas and Texas ? bm It is by the judicious use of such arti active practice, 1 am a careful observer No.78 connects at Palatka Junction. with
Boulaager. railway. Among the packages of moneywas cles of diet that a constitution may be graduallf and cautious in endorsing proprietary med Florida Southern Railway. a
LoNDON, Sept. 26.-The Paris correspondent built up until strong enough to resist every tendency
of The Times the elections one containing $2,600, sent by the Merchants' to disease. Hundreds of subtle maladies are icines, but I can conscientiously endorse Sanlord. and Lake Euslis. Hallway.ARRIVE .
in France resulted says in National bank of Fort Worth to the floating around us. ready to attack wherever thereis your Johnson's Chill.and Fever Tonic as LEAVE
Sunday a Belton National bank. a weak point We may escape many a fatal shaft of the best combination remedies for No. -
one 113 No. 111
No. 110 No 112
crushing defeat to the who
Boulangists, by keeping ourselves well fortified with blood
During the absence of the cashier bankat pure
returnee only twenty-one members and and a properly nourished frame."-Civil Service Chill and Fever I have ever seen used. It 5:10 p m 4:30 a nu.Sanford..8:20 a 8:45>> i)m
whose entire representation in the new Hurley, Wis., was robbed of $40,000. Gazette. Made simply with boiling water or milk. corrects the vitiated secretions of the liver, 5:27 p m 4:59 a m..Paola..7:59 a b:22
The was left with the bank by the Sold only. in tins labelled pm
money hall-pound by Grocers
relieves costiveness and the ab- 5:50
promotes m 5:57 rn.Sorrento..7:34
after tho reballoting. will not p a a 7:40
United States Express which will thus : JAMES KITS & CO., Homoepathic pm
exceed thirty\ir members. The Con I suffer the loss the funds company Chemists, London, England. 2-1-U. sorbtion and assimilation of food. thus fulfilling 6:04 p m 6:17 a m.MtDora.7:22 a 7:20 IUU
as were not
servatives elected 131 members and will on deposit with the bank. regularly all the indications claimed for it 6:16 p m 6:30 a m.Tavares..7:10 a 7:00 pm

get thirty more. James colored kills Yours truly, Daily except Sunday. No. 113 connectsat
Fitzgerald wife
The Republicans returned 218 and near Culpepper,Va., because another coloredman THE GLO OF MANHow T. P. EDWARDS, D. San lord with West India Fast Mail. No.
will secure over 100 more, making their kissed her. 110 connects at Sanford with Jacksonville
total strength in the chamber between It is reported that two : were killed The claim made for this medicine is a and SanfMd accommodation for point
:325 and 8Gv, against 220 or 230 representing and three dangerously wounded in a drunken modest one. We maintain that it is 100 North. W

the whole reactionary-Do ulan- fight near Bramwell, W. Va., Saturday Lost How Regained, times better than Quine, and 100 years in Indian River Express. .
gist coalition. The success of the Re- night. advance of the profession in the treatment 1'0.27
publicans and the defeat of the monarchy of all fevers from the most No. 78
Five were killed and six TH ENCE malignant typesof
persons = lOOp. m..Lv. Jacksonville Ar.12 45 m
and Cteeansm is fact p
a happy Billions fever the simplest
railroad collision Hemorrhagic to -
injured by a at Chicago.Five 2 40
m..Palatka Junction..10 45
The result of the election endto Iff p p m
puts an persons were killed and six seriously x form of "Chill and Fever. :5 48 mu..Palatka..10 40

the. Boulangist-Monarchist conlpll'aCy. injured by a railroad collision at Chicago, For sale by all Druggists.A. 3 42 p p m..ooSeville........... 9 37 p p m m
Tuesday evening. The list of killed fa: Mrs. r B. GIRARDEAU, Sole Prop'r, 4 20 p IIl..Del and Junction... S 40 p m

AN OUTBREAK FEARED: Kelly, J. McKinzie, Fred. Huebner, Mrs. 21 Savannah, Ga. 4 57 p m..Enterprise......... 8 04 p m
Brown and an unknown woman, all from KNOW THYSELF 6 50 p m..Ar Titusville Lv... 6 00 am.
from the lu Mississippi In Consequence The
Negroes Washington Heights. accident was NOTICE.U. .
Daily Steamers leave Ti
except Sunday. -
of Low Wages. caused by a freight train dashing into a THE SCIENCE OF LIFEA
Scientific and Standard Medical Treatiseon daily except Sunday, for all pointsto
suburban train. Popular LAND OFFICE GAINESVILLE Fla.
COFFEYVILLK, Miss., Sept 27.-The \
I. the Errors of YonthPreinature Decline,Nervous Indian River as far south as Melbourne
white people all along the line of the Foreign. and Physical Debility, Impurities of the Blood.IM01OTIS1RIES. September 17lli 18S9. f at 6:00 a m. Steamers leave Melbourne

Illinois Central railroad and in every The Spanish government has ordered a Complaint having been entered at this Mondays,, Wednesdays and Fridays at 5:00a

county in the delta are actively engaged fleet of war vessels to proceed to Moroccoto office by D. Chalmers Erwin against Ed- m for all points south! as far as Jupiter,
in preparing themselves for an demand the release' of the captain, lour win F. Frost for abandoning his Homestead connecting then with stage for Juno and all

Anticipated general attack to be made sailors and one passenger of the Spanish vessel Entry No. 5213, dated May 7th landings on Lake Worth. _
by the blacks. captured by natives off the Riff coast of 1837, upon the lots 3 and 4., Sec. 35. and Halifax River Express.No. .

Conservative men with whom inter- Morocco, and has also ordered that 10,000men Resulting from Folly, Vice,Ignorance,Excesses or lots 3 and 7, Sec. 36, Township 31 S., 27 No. 78
views have been had are seriouslywwmed be held in readiness to embark for Morocco Overtaxation, Enervating and unfitting the victim Range E., in Brevard county Florida lOOp rn .Lv Jacksonville Ar..12 45 m
for Work,Business, the Married Social Relation. p
or with a view to the cancellation of said
at the outlook. Rifles are better at a moment's notice. Although tills Avoid unskillful pretenders. Possess this great 2 42 p m.....AT Palatka Lv.10 40 P JU
bought both sides At Water action has been taken it is still that work. It contains 300 Beautiful entry; the said parties are hereby summoned -
on hoped pages, royal Svo. 3 00 p m...-Lv Palatka Ar..... 9 35 p m
**Uey, ten miles north of here 200 men tha captives may be peacefully surrendered. binding,embossed,full gilt. Price only f 1.OO by to appear at this office on the Sth 6 00 p m..Ormond.......... 6 25 m
concealed p
have mail,postpaid, in plain: wrapper. Illustrative day of November, 1889, at 10 o'clock a.
from the Rhine wine du-
organized for protection. Reports growing Prospectus Free,if you apply now. The 6 2o p m.Ar Daytona Lv..... 6 00 a m
At Grenada Miss. miles south of tricts indicate that this vintage will author m., to respond and furnish testimony
ten year's distinguished !Win. II. Parker, )f D., received Daily except Sunday.For .
here, it is reported that negro cotton be the best of the century. the GOLD AND JEWELLED MEDAL concerning said alleged abandonment. additional times at stations named
from the National Medical Association for before C. n.IagrulIer. not
hands Depositions will be taken
have and will demand The German and will
organized emperor empress above and for information
this PRIZE ESSAY on NERVOUS and general applyat
in increase in their wages, else they meet King Humbert at Mooda on Oct. 14, PHYSICAL DEBILITY.Dr.Parkerand acorpsof Notary Public, at Titusville, city ticket office.
*"1 guard the fields with'shotguns andprevent and will remain there two days. Assistant Physicians may be consulted, confidentially Fla., on Monday October 2Sth, 1889, at Tickets
Ticket Office No.
one at City
by mail or in at the office of 10 o'clock ,
others from tie John Burns and other leaders have signeda person a. ni.
gathering crops."M TILE PEABODY MEDICAL INSTITUTE, 95 West Bay street and at Union depot.J. .
present price for picking is fifty manifesto on behalf of the National Fed- No.Bnlflnch St.,Boston,Mass.,to whom all ALEX. Register.V. A. LAUNERD G. D. ACKERLY
ante per hundred. eration of Labor union inviting all work- orders for books or letters for advice should be J. SHIPMAN, Receiver.NOTEThe ,
men to join in order to protect themselves directed as above.MASON. fact and date of service Supt. Gen. Pass. Agt.D. .
The Spokane Fall "Boodlers" against the masters' combinations. upon the Homestead settler should be F. JACK, General Manager.

PORTLAND, Ore., Sept 24.-A Spokane The parachutist, Leroux, in descendingfrom & HAMLIN, indorsed ou this notice. 23
falls special says the trial of the alleged a balloon at Paris Tuesday, fell into THE
"'-' !1 in connection with the citi- the sea and was drowned. ORGAN & PIANO CO., ProclamationBy
zens' relief fund is in progress. The firstof
defendants to be put upon trial was PenonaL BOSTON, NEW YORK, CHICAGO. the Mayor of the Town of TifusvillC) NEW DRUG STORE.

8. D. Waters, a member of the Secretary Rusk and party arrived in. f State of Florida.To .
tttj council, also OOmmiAAJ\ general of Kansas City Sunday night having completed NEW: Contains a five octave 9- top
the National guards of Washington their inspection of the sorghum industry I action handsome furnished case of In a solid large black and all whom it may concern and the Has on hand a Fine Assortment of

Territory.. Th chief clerk of relief com- in Kansas. The secretary and party MODEL walnut Price $99 cash; and registered voters of the said town of Ti
puttee testified that he had permitted inspected the stock yards and packing house* ORGAN: { also sold on the Easy Hire System tusville: FRESH DRUGS.
Waters to take a load of provisions to Monday, and left in the evening for Wash ten at $12.3 per quarter, for Notice is hereby given that the annual
his quarters organ be.
residence upon his representations ington. STYLE comes the property of person election of the officers of the town of Ti-
'eat he was unable to purchase elsewhere Maj. Warner, in an interview at St. Louis 2244.MASON hiring. tusville will be held at the Court Houseon Also, SPECIFIC REMEDIES.GUARAN-
and would pay for them. William says that be has not declined the office of l the 28th day of October. A. D. 1889, TEED TO CURE the Diseases for which
driver testi- commissioner. His decision depends they are Recommended.
Jethorn, an express wagon pension thereof
fftdthat he hauled two loads of supplies upon his wife and his law partners. It is the same being the fourth Monday IF, AFTER USING ANY OF THEM, YOU
to Waters residence under that gentle- believed that the chances of Gen. Brown, of r The Mason & Hamlin to elect one mayor, one marshal and ARE NOT SATISFIED WITH THE RESULT,
man's orders. Waters had instructed Cincinnati have been .strengthened by the Stringer," Invented and pat. collector of taxes, one clerk and treasurer YOUR MONEY WILL BE CHEERFULLY HE-

ja to go around the back way and not withdrawal of Gen. Merrill & 18S2 rnted, is by need Mason in the fi Hamlin Mason in& and one assessor of taxes, each and FUNDED.
e. anyone see him deliver the goods. Ex-Secretary Endicoct Ada Rehan and UAMLIN J Hamlin piano exclusively. Remarkable everyone to hold office for the term of AVe have no cure-alls, but a different -
For ha uling Waters had presented him Cyrus W. Field were among those who refinement of tone one year, and also to elect two aldermento Remedy for Each Class of Diseasefor -

h\-*Uu... two pairs blankets which had been landed at New York, Sunday, from Eu- PL1NOS.and: I stand phenomenal in tune capacity characterize to hold office for the next succeeding two Affections of the Liver, Lungs,Heart
n from relief tent. rope. these instruments. years and Kidneys; for Female Complaints; and

MYSTERIOUSLY M.SSING. l J. W. McIntyre,J. A. Miller and Geo. &lso Ointments for Eczema, Ringworm,
Firebug Class Heary Losses. F. Ensey are hereby appointed judges of Tetter and other Diseases of the Skin.

.CBAWPOBDSTILLE, Ind., Sept 2?.- 1.- Chattanooga Painter Disappears, Can POPULAR STYLES ORGANS: AT $22. the said election, and James T. Sanders Give them a trial and you will not be

Jfonday night Ed. Coleman's grist mill lag Hi Friends Great Anxletj. $32.50, $00, $;8, $96, AND UP. clerk thereof. disapj>ointed. *
5** fired by and burned.
b_ .6.000;an insured for $2,500 A. E. CHATTANOOGA, Tenn., Sept 24.-The Organs and Pianos sold for Cash Easy Given under my hand this 23rd day of J. B. SCREVEN, Druggist,

.- ojd's elevator adjoining, was mysterious disappearance of George A. Payments, and Rented. Catalogues free. September, A. D./1889. I
Jacobs, a young_painter, is causing 21-4L 23. H. F. ATKINSON, Mayor. TITUSVILLE, FLA. 7



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-4 Attention.By Important to Land Opp '; d

STAR. tive law than high license. I Mints. Prohibition Association We hold deed on the following
FLORIDA of the
THE to buy Mr. Ellis, of Atlanta, visited our busi- invitation will based on tax title. Original ownenS .
t i hare it, and are compelled Judge Tucker, of Sanford,
ness houses last week. wish can be reinstated on liberal feral 4
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY.ELLIS quantities to secure it. They address the people of this county upon L. D. .
services were held in at the following by addressing MAcDosoi: gvannah .
that law under a Sunday evening the subject of prohibition
violators of Ga. "
B. WAGER Editor and Publisher. the school house by Rev. Mr. Temple.Mrs. named places. Local committees are f
when they I
f construction, suitable J1-
to provide
Jacksonville has respectfully requested ..
: of '
$1.5O per Annum. friends to drinks, and expect, as been a Mary guest of Mrs., Carlile. Her old places for the audiences assemble andto of X. \\'. and \\' \ of S.t.,See. :;'

always the case, that when their friends were glad to see her back. receive the speaker. 1, T p. 36, R. 40-160 acres. ''"-

Entered at the Post Office at Titiuvillea* jugs come around, the favors Titusville, Monday, October 7th, 7 p. All of sections 2, 11 and 13, T p. &. 1.

0 Second-Cla Matter. Some Indian River, )Ir. Jno. Ackerly, representing a northern m.; City Point, Tuesday, October 8th, 2 40-1.920 acres. -,
turned. on
tobacco syndicate, passed through our p. m.; Cocoa, ednesday, October 9th, I N. W. \ and W. \ of S. E. \ and i* -
THE STAR is the OFFICIAL newspaperfor keep a "double-entry" of place on hit wnto visit the tobacco.! 2 P. m.; Melbourne, Thursday, October | of Sec. 12, Tp. 36, R. 40-100 acres. j

Brevard county. Ask a person who used whiskey plantations around Aurantia. 10th, 2 p. m.; St. Lucie, Friday, October S i of Sec. 8, Tp. 33, R. 41-320 acs .

prohibition and he will tell ) )Ir. Rawlins, of Ocala, interested us 11th, 2 p. m. ; Georgiana, Monday, Octo- Lots 1, 2 and 3 and E. \ of X. W JJ .'

the Largest circulationof speaks candidly, that his very much in his new patent orangebox.Our ber, Hth, 1 p. m.; Titusville, Monday S. W. of N. E Sec. 20, Tp. 30, p.. 31- <
The Star has of Fla. consider it quite an night, October 14th, 7pm. 240 acres.
any paper on the East I was much higher and that he orange-growers the of the 14th is N. W. and N.
improvement in some ways. The address of night \ of of W. of S.W
as much where he purchased the especially designed for our colored peo- Sec. 27, Tp. 27, R. SG-120 acres.: '

A SQUARE one inch in space; 24 squares for a party under a prohibitive Thursday evening, 27th, a social was ple. Everybody is invited. W. \ of N. E. and W. i of S. E, Set

make a column. Editor under high license where he held at the residence of Mr. Johnson, of IS,JI. H. SHARPE, President.G. 8, Tp./28, R. 37-ICO acres.

For advertising rates enquire cent stamp.ofthe friend and LaGrange, which was largely attendedby W. HOLMES, Sect'y.Jo Lots 1 and 4 Sec. 32. Tp. 32, R.fl_
alwaysenclosing two a drink, or treat his their many friends, all enjoying a 76 acres.

--- -- --- and drink ceased at pleasant evening Sec. 22' 37 R. 41N.EandN.E.ofS.Ees
is the pense Kraker's Letter. Lot 2 Tp. ae

A sixty dollar postage stamp! Sam To look at the question in The Rev. Mr. Xixon, presiding elderof 2;li

ri largest denomination used by Uncle crime is probably the M. E. Church South, held services HALLA PATTY FLATS, 37, R. 41-200 acres.

i' .' at the present time, and this, with smaller light, here and at LaGrange Friday, Saturdayand 18 Septembre. All of sections 15 and 25, Tp. 33,1.
,t t J used least degree under our present ;which enjoyed knode 30-1,288 acres-Occola county
denominations of the series, are Sunday evenings were MISTER EDDITOR-i wunce a
t+ S the payment of postage on sec prevents the indiscriminate and appreciated by large audiences. brite en shining lite in the Church, that S. E. of N. W. and S. W. J &c.22Tii

,i only for men to a great degree, (' Mabel when he was kotched in a little sli biz- 26, R. 30-200 acres Osceola county.
cent Miss
which i is one per Mrs. Roberts and
ond-class matter, the All of section 3t;, Tp. 26. IL 3M
clamein thet
r reach the public using liquor. Again, some say, tained their Sabbath school classes Saturday ness, med a ekskoose by" acres-Osceola
never county.
'' y pound.through They postoffices, as second-class mat- good logic, too, that from a afternoon to a candy party, twenty- "elect Eu I hed wunce privvylidjes"knode.a probishnist thet N. W. \ and S. J and S. W. of X. E.Sec. .
view and considered as a three of the young folks being present. R. 35-520
t kall 19 Tp. 21, acre
for ,
the stub receipt or wotever yo
the little sined dekklyrashun
is not by
ter license is preferable. Many games were enjoyed X. of Sec.28 Tp.21,R.34-32)
officecontaining right, high down the mannyfaksher, sail, .l aca.
f the mailing time appreciating et too put
at ones and all had a good ,
collected postage of f Sec. 14 and S. E. of 5.E
L these two the voters are to of wine, en bere. O All roc.
Scrim- fully the efforts of their kind hostess.: :; en yuse wisky,
the stamp. Postmaster 25 21. R. 35: -1W acres.
Sec. Tp.
and he no
hot et y
he ,
their was agen
good judgment; ,
geour has not found it necessary to order and fer et nor enny won thet tuk et, en danged All of Sec. 23,Tp. 21,R. -& Oaca

f of this value yet for the use of the one way and some another, [ Lake Worth and Vicinity. ef i didend see a 5 gallion kag of All of sections 11,12 and 13,Tp. U
any not attempt to influence their lies house 2 wekes after. R. 30-1,920 acres-Osceola county,*
STAR. Very few country newspapers re- ( Written for the Star.) wisky gone to
valuation than an extravagant view of the I En i sed too meself, "mebbe rich pro- 24.

quire anything of higher way. The will of the people of By the recent completion of the rail- bbhnists has privvylidjes, en eta onely

t'i a dollar. county will be paramount to the way across the eight miles of interveningland pore men thet taint affoard too bi a kag UtI.WInLOw'S Advice Soormsa to Mother 8naah.nJ.l ,

the Indian River trip_ can now be thet hes no rite to tek a drynk.Yo be used when children are cutting teeth. Itlierea w
FARMERS1 ALLIANCE.Ax any individual.If continued directly into this ultima thufe fren, the little.nfTenrat once<< ;Uprodaeesaatsn,
IS FLORIDA And seldom do quiet Bleep,and the little cherub avkeM tcrit
Florida tourist. Jo Kraker.
Florida Farmera' our voters are pleased of the ass button." it is very pleasant tuU. ft
open session of the and we find such a pleasant rounding off of soothes the chDd,IOfteO.the guma.a11aJlaDpib.
held at Jacksonville lastThursday cord of two years past travel will here be experienced, for regulates the bowels,andi tlnbe tkaomm.*T
Alliance as
prohibition can be more Orange Growers' Meeting. for diarrhoea, whether arising from tetf 2a{sr
brought together many prominent the beautiful and characteristic cabbage other causes. Twenty-five cents a botSs.
business men and forced and that it i is in every palms of Indian River are distanced! in Editor Florida Star:

1 orange growers, for our condition, vote dry ; on attractiveness by these plumy palms of I The Xe\v Discovery.
railroad officials to discuss the interests which mark almost On Wednesday, September 18th, a
the cocoanut .
JI marketing and trans- trary, if they think prohibition genuine residence along this really meeting of representative orange growers You have heard your friends :and Dtip.

of fruit growing, scriptive on their rights, and every water-front, by was held at the public hall, City Point, Lois talking about it. loa majjocrf
t,1 portiition in our State. picturesque, rocky, deep [ to consider the advisability of forming a beoneof the many who know from
r license is an inducement to of welcome to the
General Burbridge, of Jacksonville, their graceful waving local branch of the Florida Orange Grow- experience just how good a thing it b. K

et in regard to the newly started cot- interests, and also think it enchanted stranger.It find ers' Union, but it is to be regretted that you have ever tried it you are one of it
poke is not, therefore, surprising to : the xrooJdi
Titusville where friend because
{ a saloon in of the weather preventeda staunch ,
the the
that inclemency
market at his city, stating succession of residences along its margin -
ton it a thing about it Is, that when once tin t
drink when they want attendance.
J. Board of Trade had arranged for free one and they are considerably above the large W. H. took the chair, trial, Dr. King's New Discovery erert&?
114 buying a jugfull, vote wet. for comfort and quality, and Capt. Sharpe in the hons-e. If firs
i to the sender and cheap insurance average and the opened by a clear holds a place yea
storage should be satisfied and nave been so proceedings afSictal h
improvements everyone that many wealthy persons never used it and should be u
the Mr. M. S.
rates. He also mentioned great its natural beauties as to and vigorous exposition by chest troeAle
charmed "by
Throat or
natured toward each other over and cough,or any
made for handling solid here and tasteful Moreman of.the necessity of union and it fair
r being make winter homes by secure a bottle at once give I
trains of fruit and vegetables for points artificial aids enhance these advantagesto of the advantages to be gained by ship- trial. guaranteed e\'ervtimeorD1
r the utmost in horticultural displays ping through the Florida Fruit Exchange refunded. Trial bottles free at tGray's
and closed by highly Excursions to
and west
i north successionof over the old method of selling &
which form a most delightful drugstore.
1 complimenting the Farmers' Alliance. Editor Florida Star: surprises. For so very many of the on commission. The influence of the

Larnerd of the J. T. and K. ll.44k. careful Exchange in controlling freights, both as
)Ir SIR-As a means of adding exotics which call forth the most Slierlfr Sale.

Railway Co., assured the Alliance that the prospects of our State, and nursing even in middle Florida, and regards to the rates old and haphazard time of transit entrusting as opposed of- Under: and by virtue of an Menial

be ready to of farmers and other cause each cool night to strike terror to tk
his company would. always thousands! individual shipments to the tender mercies : issued out of the Circuit Court for
of settlers to come into our State the hearts of their possessors, are here Circuit of Florida fa
in their efforts progress i Seventh Judicial
aid the farmers and ((2) of transportation companies was
He next few months there can entirely emancipated from pots protections speaker showed Brevard county a judgment htA
was demonstrated. The upon
increased prosperity. ably
and to than 1 and form large shrubs ; yea,
of more importance us Annie
recovered in said coqrt by
in- that although certain privileged and extensive -
by pertinent of I-all! to the
interrupted trees-think am-
occasionally ter of cheap excursions from open a free dealer, against D. P.Ssi
members but seemed. the BRE&I. bient air since implanting. growers may even now imagine Tusk
quiries by Carious, I and during they possess special advantages in ship- as administrator of the estate of
I have spent most of the i Those who have suffered disappointment satisfied oat of tie
answers. Smith deceased to be
.to return satisfactory ping through pet commission men, these ,
North and have talked in, perhaps, over-drawn anticipa- ail
in the
of assets of said estate in the bands of
firm Ramsey and the
Mr. R. A. Reid, of the dreds if not thousands-of tions of the State upon their advent, advantages are daily lessening 3n4w'
f Tf : administrator I have levied upon
time is fast when these ,
+ & Reid, of Pine Mount, proprietors are interested in Florida, and should now extend their travels hither, approaching gen- front of tieCourthouse
y tlemen will be glad to the benefitsnow ill sell at public outcry in
the G. S. Ramsey 'infallible dry process come here, but object to and in all reason can be but delighted extended the reap the door, at Titusville, iana
to community by
lem charged by the fur it is the most complete realization of
for preserving and keeping oranges, high rates into now this State. The the ideal Florida (even of the land Exchange. The benefits of improved county, on the first Monday in Octoltt

ons and other fruits of the citrus family leading anxious to investigate sharks' prospectus) that is accessible transportation, of careful handling, and A. D. 1889, between the boursof 1U&
; by invitation are consequently of less damage and loss- and 3 p. m., the following-describftl
state appeared luxuriance-a
1' in their original claims upon their attention veritable treat of tropical of F'rs3
before the meeting. He made a make a very desirable class combination of romance and realization. of purchasing boxes, wraps, etc., at lower estate, belonging to the estate bn aJ.
in the
Smith deceased
rates than otherwise obtainable mak ,
It is marvel how the regionever
forcible argument on the principles if we can but secure their truly a
very attained its :: con- ing the buyers and not the sellers com ministrator, to-wit :
t of the process, setting forth its merits in to this State. dition with the present disadvantage prosperous until now petitors for the fruit, and lastly, instead Lot one, section three, township thirtY:

lucid and convincinsmanner; The convention The object I have in of no regular transportation, and it of every grower acting singly and unsupported south, range thirty-eight east, coati: U
letter to you is that :you and one-half AI*> ,
the endeavor acres.
seemed much interested in his speaks well for the old residents that in to obtain redress forty-five
1 the matter, and that your tor cargoes lost or damaged, he finds his four, section thirty-four, townsbipt'
4S .
will do what they persevered so untiringly.) Theynow
the process in this
+ statement. If might belled manner claim ty-nine south, thirty-eig t-
deserve to enjoy their advantagesfor upheld by an organization daily range
i is claimed for it (and it is indorsed by I feel sure we can have these a correspondingly lengthy future. becoming more powerful and able to en containing sixty-four and onehalfAlso ICi

some of the best men in the State), it cursions if we act unanimously Amen. force the carrying out of freight contracts the northeast quarter of th> >Ot1
moniously in the matter. S He also showed direct west of section three, tots
( will evidently revolutionize the orange road in this State have Being so near to the ocean and the a saving to the quarter *
men ese
5 i4 it will more greatest river of the universe-the Gulf grower, based on accurate figures, ot thirty south, range thirty-efeht
industry of the country, as that the Southern Passenger Also lot lZ
ten cent. the taining
the is greatly ame- per on gross pricesthissavin forty-eight acres.
stream- temperature
than double the time the orange will be at its meeting in the near liorated both summer and winter, and calculated upon the returns for section ten, township

in the market, and very much enhance not be able to withstand it with the almost perennial breeze the the past season through boxes lost in re range forty east, containing HitJ-93*

i its value. that could be brought to l long summers .h.a\.e. thereby lost th .irdread packing added to the difference betweenthe and sixty hundredths acres.
of the
if all the -
newspapers E. BOW* .
eight cent. the Fruit JAMES
even with the frisky mosquitoand per charged by
the ,
Many others addressed assembly ida would take this matter up s j Sheriff Brerardl* .
Exchange and the ten cent of hROBmss
and commission
etceteras as detergents ; per
and the introduction of new ideas' with it upon their attention. If we l r
Association that it is within the necessitous screen during men. He concluded by urging & GRAIIAM, 11
the discussiou of older ones must have al to that desire and demand of the of their season sleep is assured, and the inhabitants the necessity of immediate action, and a Attorneys for plaintiff

proved of interest and benefit to the Florida, that we have these have a fund of pity for the number of those present signed the formof --
constitution for local union after
world.From ,
State at large. cursions shall be able to outer '
we Master's Sale. .
which the folio wing officers elected ;
the the were :
roof-top, or contiguousbeach
One essential point seems to have been favor in the matter.
in this State have may also be enjoyed most interesting President, Capt.Y.. H. Sharpe; vice Under and by virtue of a flail &cn'ti
4j appreciated b) the transportation companies newspapers president, J. H. Sams treasurer Dr. G. e 'i
S discussion:; of this matter, and views of the passing coastwise, Cu- ; i issuing out of the Honorable 1
4 : this season, and that is our products mised to continue the same ban, or South American steamships, \V. Holmes; secretary, L. R.Ord ; Executive Court of the Seventh Judicial Ccc" "

must have better care in handlingand able results were secured. We which southward skim along the coast to Committee, E. W. Hall, \V. f;. Florida in and for Brevard county t

less delay in transit. Florida growers cursions from Kansas City, Om avoid the powerful curent-aU within a Dixon, L. R. Ord. the 30th day of September, 1S8, ? ,
mile of and occa.ionalleyen few Mr. 3Ioreman said that the Union therein -
s Detroit us- a certain cause in chancery
advertised transit neapolis, Chicago, bring

cannot appreciate an York and Boston at $20 to $ hundred yards ; and as the centre of the would furnish box material at cost, mem- wherein Drucilla K. 3cCror1

of say'3G hours to New York;" "40 round trip, giving at least I current is also within easy range of vision bers giving their individual note in pay- her next triend,Charles T. )IcCror1t: t

N ik______ : hours to Chicago," when they actually the excursionists to travel ,Ave readily perceive the northbound, ment to the president of the local union, A. C. McCrory are complainants JUG "
find their produce delayed several days State. The terminal point for although distantly, which makes us feel such notes nominally due on the first of C. C. Branning and R uba nosh'
not very'far from the centres of civilization March, but the association guaranteesthat F. Jleyere, '
=t the route. This is one of the evils for cursions can be on the basis of so ning, wife, and S. "-
'; on such
notes shall be 1
rates at Jacksonville, and after all presenteduntil Meyers and Simon Blumcr J
rt., the Alliance to overcome with the assistance roads will pro-rate from that These waters are destined by their a large proportion of the crop of as S. F. Meyers & Co., are defer --i

of transportation! companies; and over the State, so that the attractions to soon become the regular the district shall have been shipped, giv- will, as Special Master in Chsn 1'lb I- k 1

( establishing home markets in Florida, be very small to the proposed in rendezvous for the northern yacht clubs. ing each member ample time to cover at public sale to the highest and bed i':

'f i? y and centralizing our products, will go along investigating other localities Safety from storms is assured by the his indebtedness for material. der for cash, in front of the Carl II'm t1. d
thousand of the and The meeting then adjourneij. Bre'srd >m
claims upon his attention. '\ Keys archipelago, door in Titusville, in
t ways towards correcting many pres- so urge upon the hotel-keepers the mild climate is so seductive that one L. R. ORD, Sec'ty. Florida, on the fourth day of >oren" :

s t ent evils in this: and other re>pocts. put the State to provide might be fairly amphibious all the year 1: A. D., 18S9. the same beingday the slid yblt ds- L:

.. cheap entertainment for these I and revel in the varied treasures of the in the month an 4:a legal thii 1
ists. The settled conviction shallow southern seas until old Father The Rev. f.eo. H. Tbaj-er, of Bourbon, Ind, say: between the legal hours of sale, et.1
TIlE CO.1 Il. (r ELECTION. "Both myself and wife owe our lives to Shiloh'i isad
part of our best people is Time might: be enticed to spearing game Consumption Cure." Sold by Dickson & Orejr, Ti certain lot, tract or reel of mJ*.
As the time approaches nearer for the permanent settlers to till fish with his long scythe, and neglect to tos ville,Fl*. scribed as follows: Lot gabad 4

II coming election to decide the "wet" and raise something to ship away, observe that his hourglass had rolled (15), as shown on the map of P.oGraham's 'Rho
overboard for evermore Injector free with each bottle of Shlloh'i itaingleIs
"dry" question in this county, for at we can live, rather than to Catarrh Remt dy. Price:50) cents Sold by Dickoo Addition to cl
tourists into the State for the of Every country and climate has its & Grey TitusTille. Fla. recorded in the office of the Qtt..1
least two years hence, it is highly probable northern hotel-keepers. who own advantages: and has, certainly, its the Circuit 'Court in and for .

r that Brevard will array herself on I provisions in the large unfavorable peculiarities. The luxurious UH kmetact," laetlng and fragrent perfume. county, and also the building: or

'4 the list of "dry" counties. and bring them here, with indolence of Eden was not at all suc- Price 25 and :.0 cents. Sold by Dickson & Grey, pent thereon, and also thing other I
cessful in even for but two and TituBTille, Fla. occupied b1
-S In our opinion we have not thought their temporary guests. The of practice .. and tenement now !
cheap, and even free, the millenium has not yet arrived to aid Shiloh'c Cure W. C. C. Branning as a jewt1;
z that Brevard would be lost irretrievablyif north and west has resulted the struggling millions.It Wboopia Cough will and Bronchitis.immediately Sold relieve by Dickaon Croup, situate upon lot five (5) in : f r1ock"1f8ubdlV151on

__ t the county decided for high license; rapid settling up of large of is necessary to labor here and elsewhere Sc Grey, Titniville, Fla. of her property w I

t' or that she would make any better showing country in a short space of in order to make the most of nat- of the town of Titusville,aswDs '
ural conditions but that the results of For Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint you haw a Sabi rs
were uninhabited and ; of said Mary Lund'aall ;s,1
towards absolute prohibition for the hinted guarantee on every bottle of Shiloh'i TI. map Brc
wildernesses. perseverance here are above the averageof talizer. It never fad to cure. Suld by Dickcou trey of said land being situate in
i next two years than at the present time, the State teem evidenced by the numerous ; Titn ville, FlaShiloh' Florida. Terms cad t
Much be said county
more might thi.f
should continue. places homes and TitasTitlelay
prohibition pretty happy Witness hand at
subject but I trust its my
Catarrh Remedy positive
cure for Ca
The moral point that is seeked to be generally prosperous people of the regionwho of A. D. 18S9.
I _a_ be impressed upon your mind tarrh. Diptheria. and Canker Month.-Sold by Dick October -e
have here themselves & Titnn1De.11a.I' SASDn +
proved superior son Grey JA 9
gained by prohibitionists does not followin words I have written above. ) .
to their pnmal circumstancesbythe s 1. I Chs
______ a "dry" county. In many instances Truly satisfaction of success. Why will you cough when Shiloh'. *Cure Rill RiTe ROBBIES Special& GRAHAM, .
__ immediate relief? Price 10 ct Met* and $1. Sold
I f men drink more. liquor under prohibi \v. \\ J. A.D. by Dicksoa *trey,:Tttuuiile,Fla. .I 24 Solicitors for GbmI'bum"




t -There Is more Catarrh in this section Master's Sale. EDWARD STILING. ALBERT A. TAYLOR.
than all other diseases put I
11DttJ.... or ihecouiitry and until the last few years Under and by virtue of a decree issuingout
'". together supposed, to be Incurable. For a of the Circuit Court of the Seventh STJLJrTGT: : : :: -Y-LOR.j
"Il xas doctors pronounced it Judicial Circuit of Florida, in and for
great many years Brevard county, in a certain cause therein -
and prescribed rema -
local and by constantly failing to cure pending, wherein W. H. Macomber is Cocoa, Indian River, Florida.
.. ",:., pdies it in complainant and George Altree and Annie '
local treatment, pronounced \
with Science has proven catarrh to i Altree,his wife, are defendants, I will, DEALERS IN
\t curable.
,Re constitutional disease, and therefore as Master in Chancery sell at public
' ) be constitutional treatment. Hall's outcry, to the highest and best bidder,
p'fit Catarrh requires Cure, manufactured by F. J. for cash} on Monday, the fourth day of

& Co., Toledo. Ohio is the only November, A. D. 1889. the same being a Hardware Stoves
3d 8.,. Cheney constitutional cure on the market. It is legal sale day, between the legal hoursof Crockery Tinware
internally in doses from 10 dropsto sale, in front of the Court House doorin
*O> taken a teaspoonful. It acts directly upon the town of Titusville Brevard county ,

W'1f the blood and mucus surface of the sys Florida, the following described real
A. tem. 'fhey ofler one hundred dollars Jor estate to-wit: Beginning on a public AND AGATEWARE.Paints .
11.f case It fails to cure. Send for circulars road leading from WillanTs store to
8.t.E.&r. any and testimonials. Address F.: J. IJockledge at a post. being four hundred Oils Glass and Putty
and ninety-eight (498) feet south of the ,
by druggists 75. 24 section line; thence cast to the middleof ,
-- street and to the northwest corner of
-The First Step. the lot owned by Joyner & Booth (boat Plumbers' and Mill

8l9.itt builders) ; thence south fifty(50)( ) feet to a BARBED WIRE
are run down, can't eat, ,
Perhaps you
post; thence to the above-mentioned Supplies
ac.. can't deep can't think, can't do anythingto public load; thence north to point of
%I.1 your b3tj* 3ction. and you wonder what beginning; said land being bounded on WIRE NETTING
ails you. You should heed the warning, the north by F. E. Wood east by street ,
' 1t you are taking the tint step into Nervous orJoj-ner &, Booth, south by Tompkins Doors Sash Blinds
j'J"{ tration. You need a Nerve Tonic and and west by county road. Said described and WIRE CLOTH
in Electric Hitters you will find the exact laud being situated in land lot three ((3)
remedy for restoring your nervous system of section thirty-three (33), township
-ts]. Uiitn normal,healthy condition. Surprising: twenty-four (21)) south range thirty-six BRICK, LIME, CEMENT, G-u.n.s9:
the of this Nerve _
reMilUi use great east according to government survey;
Tonic and Alterative. Your appetite returns together with all the appurtenances ANZ1IU\TITIO\:
f11 good digestion IS restored, and the thereunto belonging or in anywise ap SHINGLES and LATH. ,
Liver and Kidneys resume healthy action. pertaining. risinTACKLE..
3IXI Try a bottle. Price 50c., at Dixon & Gray's Terms cash. Purchaser to pay for
drug fctore. 21. titles.
Dated this :2Sth: day of December. A. C1iaiid.eryGocd: ,
'1Ct Convincing .-.'001.In D. ]889.

C'f', many instances it has been proven WALTER S. GRAHAM Agents for ALABASTIXE, the permanent coating for walls and ceilings ; For Chattanooga Plow C0111l"'lny's -
11. that II. B. H. (Botanic Blood Balm) made Master in Chancery Brevard Co. plows and cane mills ; Planet Jr. farm tools.
IHood Balm Co. Atlanta Ga. will James '1'. Sanders
..,...... cure by blood poison in its worse _phases. 24 Complainani's Solicitor. Gauze Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasolene Stoves, Collins and Caskets.ARTESI.A.N .

even when all other treatment fails.
ft A. P. IJrunson Atlanta Ga., writes: XOTICK. WELL PIPE A SPECIALITY.Catalogues .
"I had 25 running ulcers on one leg and
=. Con the other, and felt greatly prostrated. County Court, Brevard County, Florida, sample cards and size lists sent free upon application. Correspondence solicited and
:, .aJIIfI, I believe I actually swallowed a By the County Judge for said County.To estimates furnished promptly.

-, barrel of medicine,in vain efforts to cure all to whom these presents shall .
afed the disease. With little hope I finally come, greeting: STILING & TAYLOR.

- acted on the urgent advice of a friend ---- -- n_ __ _______ __ _ __ ..
Whcrf Cleveland and
Jerome Hd
and got a bottle of IS. It. 15. I experienced as Mary un ----- ------ -- ___ -__
a change, and my despondency : Twichell.: applied to this court for L. C. OLIVER.
D p0IIIrf was somewhat dispelled. I kept using it letters of administration on the estate ot F. T. BUDGE.
( until I had taken sixteen bottles. and all Sophronius Twichtll. deceased, late of
twa the ulcers rheumatism and all other said Brevard county these aretherefore, OLI"'VEIE & B"t.TDGE
"'1 horrors blood poison have disappearedand i to cite and admonish all and singular the ,
at last I am sound and well again, kindred and creditors of said deceased
Ideiita.! after an experience of twenty years of to be and appear before this Court, on or Dealers inGEORGIA
torture." before the 13th day of November, A. D.

rife Kobt. Ward. Maxcy. Ga., writes : "My 1889. and tile objections if any they have,
i fa disease was pronounced a tertiary form to the granting letters as aforesaid, other- PINE
1'4. of blood poison. My face, head and wise the same will he granted as prayed.In LUMBER
coal} shoulders were a mass of corruption, and testimony whereof 1 have hereunto ,
finally the disease began eating my skull officially set my hand and seal, this 15th

IIii bones. My bones ached, my kiducyswerederauged. day of Sept. 1SS9. SHINGLES AND LATHS.GEN"EEl.AL
I lost flesh and strengthand ,
caS life became a burden. All said I 2i-Ct. County Judge.MASTER'S .

mutt surely die, but nevertheless when :
I had used ten bottles of II. IJ. I]. I was SALE. ISLAJHLID'VSrAJSJESSash !"
pronounced well. Hundreds of scars
z6tx4 be I have By virtue of and in accordance with a
can now seen on me. now
been well over twelve months." 24 certain decree of the Circuit Court, of the Doors and Blinds Stoves
Seventh Judicial Circuit of the State of ; and Crockery.PAIN'TS
Master' Sale. Florida, in and for Brevard county, in chancery .

el granted on the third day of August,
Under: and by virtue of a final decree of 1889, in a certain cause therein pending, .A. D OILS
sale and foreclosure rendered by the Honorable .
wherein J. M. Lee is complainant and Harriet ,
John I). liroome Judge of the Cir- P. Wilkinson and W. L. Hughlett are

foe cuit Court of the Seventh Judicial circuitof defendants, I, A. W. Cockrell, Jr., as Master Refrigerators, Water Coolers, Ice Cream Freezers
the State of Florida on September 10th, in Chancery pro hnc rice, shall expose to ,
1889, in a certain cause in chancery therein sale, and sell at public auction, for cash in Screen Wire Screen
ending in the circuit court of lircvard hand, to the highest and best bidder,duringthe Windows, Screen-Wire Doors.
ait county and for the circuit aforesaid wherein legal hours for public sale, on Monday, ,
Isaac E. Brown is complainant and the fourth day of November, 1889, in frontof
itIB Needham C. Bryan and James F. Coachman the Court House door at Titusville, in POWDER AT NEW YORK PRICES.
: are defendant I will, as special Master said county of Brevard, certain real estate
tfni in Chancery, sell for cash, to the highest described as follows: TITUSVILLE
and best bidder, on Monday, the fourth That certain lot of land on which stands FLO HI D1 .

day of November, A. I). 1889! the same being the hotel known as the "Hotel Indian Riv
Jrtj the first Monday in the month and a legal er" and all that certain tract of land on
sale day, between the legal hours of which is an orange grove, the two tracts Steam Launch Eleanor I Olycie:; S1ean:1: : b.ip Oo. -
sale, in front of the Court house door in containing in all about seventy acres, and ,
ret Titusville, Brevard county, Florida, all the which were conveyed to the defendant by: I New York, Charleston & Florida Lines. I
37 Feet 7 1-2
following described real estate, to-wit: All the several deeds of A. L. and E. F. Hatch, Long, ,
7th07r those certain parcels of land!situated in Bre which deeds are duly recorded in the officeof i 2 Ft. Draught ; Cost, new, $1,800,
iiIi yard county, Florida, described as follows: the clerk of the circuit court of said county :
The west half of the northeast quarter (\\". a more particular description whereof is CAN BE BOUGHT CHEAP
Jot N. E. J) and the northeast quarter of a"s follows: Beginning on the section line
the southwest quarter (N. R J of the S. W. between "sections three and four in Town- By addressingG.

i n of section seven of township twenty-one ship twentyfin'outh= of Range thirtysixeast i LOUTREL LUCAS
for ((21)), south of range thirty-five ((3.p: ) cast, at a square monument stone marked' ,
210 Wnf S:. llaltiiuoreMtl.Yllifi .
containing 120 acres, less cr ,
more togetherwith
or with a letter"W, thence due east eighteen
all the appurtenances thereunto belonging hundred and fifty feet, more or less, to Indian -
f.() or in anywise appertaining. Tir,H* River, thence northerly along .said Yum Peach Trees
, river two hundred feet, more or less, to the _
Witness my hand and seal this 20th dayof south line of a lot of land purchased by A. .
.S. September, A. D. 1SS9. L. and E. F. Hatch of R. C. May, thence ALSOCEYLON The Magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed to sail p.- i.iliuw :
F.t [L.S.] J. P. TUKNKK: due west along said line to section line RED MAGGIE (Standard Time.)
j Social Master in Chancery. above named, thence due south along said ,
ROBIUNS & GRAHAM, section line two hundred feet, more or less, From Jacksonville to New York. From New York to Jacksonville.
24-ot Solicitors for complainants. to the place of beginning; also that certain AND WALDO PROLIFIC, (CALLING AT CIIAm.E TOX.) I I Pier-.O, E River.
1fta piece or parcel of land, being a part of lot On Mariana Plum Stock. GuaranteedTrue. CIIEIWKEE .- Thursday! Oct, 9, at 11:o(J 8. m I (CALLING AT CHARLESTON.For :: .:1
Cdti Master's Sale. in section Xo. three SEMI\ULE, Sunday. I G, at I::)0 p. m SE\UXOLE. TUllia). Oct. I at ': (J p. m
Xo. three Township ,.
IROQUOI' -. Thnrlla. .1 10, at 5:00 a. m IROQUOIS Friday, 4'. at ",oo
Under and by virtue of a final decree of twenty-five, south of Range thirty-six east Yum Yum is the Best Peach ever YE\IASSEE. Sunday., .... 1 i. at 6:30 a. m f.\IASSD.}. )titnndac .. ':. r.t :W II"p 10 111
i sale and foreclosure rendered by the Honorable commencing on the bank of the Indian planted in Florida ; ripens in April and :DII\OI.CHEROKEE}:,, Tnt".lla .. H. at 5:3O a m CIIE1OKEE. W-d'dar.. .1 9. at 3f.O p. In
& John D. Broome River at the dividing line between lots .- Thursday. 17 at 1000 a. m SE\I1XOLF. Friday, 11, at 3:11 O I J Ul
Judge of the Circuit May ; Price $3.00 per doz. Order now. DEI.AWAHI: Sunday 2.J at 1l:00: noon DELAWAUI: fonru U. nt 3:00
Court of the Seventh Judicial circuitof three and four, thence west, running along (. AV. IDNER, Tillmaii, tfla.15Tm IP.OQ'GOIS, -. TUf'J'day.'c 10. at 1:'O p. m nWQtoIs, Wed' daF" 16. at 3.f1 p.p i ius1 r nyI:3IASSEE
Florida, on the fourth day of September said dividing line between lots three and : Thurl"day ", :4. at 4:'fI a. m YVMAsoFR rrhhy .1 19. It 3a p. m
in a certain cause in therein four eighteen hundred and fifty two Runday 7 at 6:00 a. m CIIEIOKEE 31vnl1ay.. :1. at 3:00 p. 111
chancery pending SEMI\OI.E. .
! Tne'ldar.c. (
2J. at :::0 am SE.1I1S0LE wrdeday, :3. at 3:00
a in the circuit court of Brevard county feet, more or less, to the section line dividing PIONEER COOPERAGESyrup HELAWARE Tburi'a, .. :I, at 9::-,0 am IJELAWAUE }'rao.y. .1 ;6, at 3:00 p.p IU m
'JtJ and for the circuit aforesaid, wherein J"a'cE. sections three and four, thence north IROQUOIS Sunda-. tiny... 3. nt 1200 oon IIIQL'OIMonday: "' 2', &t :;:('0 p. m
Brown is complainant and John D. Vann along said section line four hundred and Barrels $2.25. YE\IASSE", Tuesday, 5 at 2(1(} p m YIJ.:: t.L."U1"Ht"y 3t. at 8tO I'. Ja

and Hannah Vann, his wife,are defendants, eighteen and 64-100 feet, thence east on a Information Regarding Freight and Passage: apply toJ.
order. ten cents extra.
;a I will, as Special Master in Chancery, sell line parallel to the dividing line between Gauged to .
A. LESLIE. Snr-t.. Jacksonville T.
G. EGtR. Traffic
; Manager, 3. Brca Ne" li.
it for cash to the highest bidder on Monday, said lots three and four fifteen hundred and Wheelwrighting and Repairing.C. J. A STEAD. AIZ lIt. Fernaudina. way
the fourth day of November, A. I). 1889, eighty feet to Indian River, thence south JOHN L. HOWARD T. F. A., Jacksonville.. M JRO )IO llER. T P. A.. Jack.r.*L1e.
jjd the same being the first Monday in the along the margin of said river four hundred O. B. W3I. I'. C'l/VUK: & CO.. General Agent, I': South.han"t"K, )'ItlaiielplL. ; How
ling Green, New York.
month and a legal sale: day, between the and ninety feet, more or I less, to the placeof
honey barrels and Oval Water Breaker
s legal hours of sale, in front of the Courthouse beginning. The above described piecesor .
. door in the town of Titusville Bre parcels of land embracing the hotel from 82.00 up. S"travvberry Plants: :in.Improudand .
vard county, Florida, all the following described known as the "Hotel Indian River" and Tanksand
J1t real estate, to-wit: All that certain the orange grove known as the Rockledgegrove. .lYzlillln's Inn. m alt's idling, 4.00 per 1000. Order rnrJy.
lot or parcel of )land known as lot numbertwo Also the south-east quarter of the all kinds of COOPER WORK to order.

((2)), of section nineteen ((19)), in township south-east quarter of section four, Township 'r. JOIIXSOX, Several Brands of FERTILIZERS specially adapted to our soil and climate.
, ( twenty (20)), south of range thirty-six twenty-five, south of Range thirty-six east; INDIAN RIVER BRAND, manufactured by an old firm, the Davidge Fertilizer C'It.
j ((36)east,according to the United States sur- also four hundred and eighteen feet of the LaG range, : : Florida. Send for Circular. Also Bone Meal, Cotton Seed :Meal etc., and Mape*' and
e vey, together with all the appurtenances south end of the north-east quarter of the Davidge'd Fertilizers. A full line of Ornamental Fruit Trees. Send for catalogue.
thereunto belonging or in anywise south-east quarter of said section four,
tf ,containing twenty-sevenand 31-100 appertaining Township twenty-five,south of Range thir- EACOTT & CO., JOHN B. BEACH, Indian Hirer Nurseries, Melbourne, Fla.

ti acres,and being in Brevara county,Florida, ty-six east, measurement to commence at
excepting and reserving from the above that the south-east corner of said described lot TITUSVILLE, FLA., Wharf
strip of one hundred and fifty (150)) feet in of land, and to go north along the section Building.For .
!'f width along the canal deeded to the lines between sections three and four for a TIN&SHEETIRONWORKERS.GUTTERING
( Florida Coast Line Canal and Transportation distance of four hundred and eighteen feet, PORTER & POTTER the next Sixty Days I will be prepared -

e Company and those two parcels of land thence west one-quarter of a mile, thence to Drive Piling for any parties on
i deeded to Samuel Fox and Charles M. Bird south four hundred and eighteen feet to the ROOFING Indian River. After that date the machinery -
1 by deeds dated November 19th, ISSti, said corner between said lots of land herein de- will be removed from the lighterand
two parcels containing each 5,000 square scribed, thence a quarter of a mile to the And Manufacturing of Tin Ware." I
i feet. Ttnu cwh. place of beginning, together_with all the there will be no opportunity for doing -

Witness my hand and teal this 26th dayof appurtenances, tenements and heredita- GALVANIZED WORK, Real Estate Dealers, this kind of work on the river.

September, 18S9. 'ments thereunto belonging or in anywise And of all kinds I Parties desiring any work done in this
[L.S.] JAMES SANDERS, appertaining..
line will communicate with at Titu-
2nd 1S89.
Special Master in Chancery. October ,
Luke Worth Dade Co. Fla. ville as to term, etc.
ROBBIXS& GRAHAM, A. W. C0CKR LL, JR.. Location: 31AIN ST., near ,
24-5t Solicitors for complainant 24 Master pro hac vice. river.S2 t 22 R. P. PADDISON.:


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dice for the lemonade. The Consumption Surely Cured.To i River Steamboat Co
Readied from a WelL shaking Indian "FROST LINE" TO THE FRONT !
4 man who threw the lowest number had TUB E ITOB-Please inform your readers that I
There li\-esau aged couple in Peking I have a positive remedy for the above-named
whoso only sou is married to an amiable to pay for the lemonade and tell a story. disease. By its timely use thousands of hopeless i a I i

and virtuous lady. The old mother All at the table had been "stuck" but one cases have been permanently cured. I shall be Schedules in effect MAY 12, 1889. Having Purchased the "Frost Line"
glad to send two bottles of my remedy FBE E to any
like the most of those of her gentleman who is noted for his keenness of if will
your readers who have consumption they and feeling the necessity; of keeping I
class, is a brutal virago, and never of repartee. The gentlemen who had send me their, express and post office address. STEAMER ST. LUCIE, up

misses an occasion to abuse and beat. been "stuck" told nothing but anecdotes T. A. SLOCU3I M.Respectfully C..181, Pearl, St., New York. Leaves TITUSVILLE.................... 6 a in her past Good Reputation as a Swift and ',
her daughter-in-law. The latter bore and antique tales. Not a new story had 34 Great Courier, I ask of the people a Continuance
r Arrives at Melbourne................'?noon
all her cuffs and blows with perfect been recited; and they were all chest- I of their Good Favor.

I' resignation, never once mentioning nuts. When the gentleman noted for rep- CARDS. Returning: Will Make Contracts for

her woes to her own mother. On the artee had been "stuck" there was applause GEOBGS M. KOBBINS,N W ALTER S. GBAHIM, Leaves: Melbourne.....................12 noon

last occasion, being provoked with a 1 a call for drinks and a demand President Ure\ard :;ecy. Brevard Ab Arrives at Titusville................. 6 p m of Lumber and
trifling cause, the fiendish motherinlaw | for a new story. ," I Abstract Co. stract Co Delivery Large

swore she would light sticks of 1 said the gentleman as he ordered the DOBBINS & GRAHAM, Above daily except Sunday.

I incense and brand the back of her j proper thing, "but I'll ask you a conun- : STEAMER GEORGIAN, Cargoes

; daughter-in-law.the execution of The this latter, dreading drum. "Go ahead," he was told. ATTORNE T-LA VI, Leaves Melbourne..................... 5; a in ,
threat and despairing I "Well he went "what is the differ-
J of all future hopes, decided to !t P. O Box 250, TTTUSVILLE, Brevard Co., Florida. Arrives at Jupiter...................... S pmllonda.s Anywhere up or down Indian Kim.
ence between a turkey and a man? Will practice in all the ounties of the Seventh
? ', end her existence. Accordingly, one !; This odd conundrum floored the I Circuit and in the Supreme Court pecial facilities Wednesdays; and Fridays. Be :sure you ee me before closing contracts -
morning before daylight she threw ; for Examining and Perfecting Laud Titles.
j crowd. The questioner was appealed to I Correspondence solicited from Claimants and Heir Returning : ehewhere.Respectfully.
I herself into a, well in the neighbor 1TJ
for an answer. The difference betweena to Spanish Grants Money to Loan. -
hood. Fortunately a Mr. Chao, who : Leaves Jupiter........................... 5 a m ,
.I was cooling himself in the street, i turkey and a man, he explained, as L. GAULDEN, Arrives at Melbourne.................. S p m
j heard the groans of some one in the !I 1 he rose to leave, "is that a turkey isn'tstuffed Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. S. H. RAY,
I with chestnuts until it's dead.
t!, well, and, rushing thither, he applied
: a bamboo pole to discover if anyone I i The crowd comprehended.-Cincinnati ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, jggr Connection i is made at Titusvillewith 4 Owner.A. .

was within; and behold! a woman I j Commercial. V Titusville, Florida. trains of the J., T. & K. W. System

t- was down there. ills cries soon to and from all points North: and at

t ;, brought a crowd of rescuers, who sue Chinese Progress. M. THRASHER, Jupiter with daily stage for Juno (J
ceeded in pulling out the would be It is not easy to determine whetherwe I'I'A.. miles) where connection is made with M. Hamilton & Co.,

suicide. On examination it was found should rejoice at Chinese progress ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, the steamer "Lake Worth" for all land

:' that life was not yet extinct, and after regret it. for the waking up of the'vast I Will P. O.practice Box 20, in all the counties SAXFOED ol the ,Seventh FLA. ings on Ltke.orth. TITDSVILLE, FLORIDA,

many earnest etforts she was resusci Mongolian masses means the precipitation Circuit and Supreme Court. 3 W. WATSOX Superintendent.G. .
Wholesale Dealers in
i tated. She was then taken to her of an overplus upon the Aryan I
and of her LLEN E. HEYSER D. ACKERLY Gen. Pass. Agent.D. .
family news desperate deed world that we do not yet know how to A ,

i was communicated to her own folks. deal with. However, it is certain that F. JACK, General Manager. Indian River Oysters
Wheu} her mother heard of this hairbreadth
y. she in China will soon be practically a modern AttornBY- and Conveyancer.Lake ------------- --- ,
( escape a toweringrage
state. The conservative element is effectually -
collected about a dozen women and Worth Dade County, Florida, For Sale,
and( proceeded to demand satisfaction overcome railway con- FISI-I
struction has been entered on as a national Will furnish Abstracts of Title to Dade
of the brutal
f mother-in-law, who had Six of the Best Business Site
driven her policy. Peking is at once to be joinedto County lands.JOXE5 .
daughter to committ such

a deed Through the determined intercession Tien Tsin by a road passing throughthe & ATKINSON, Lots in Titusville Green Turtle and Game.

of friends and neighbors, most populous districts of the em ,

however, a peaceful settlement was pire. The radicals or reformers are at Rich 30ft. on Washington Avenue and All orders will n'ccnlUOt1l1)t and careful: at.
made, but only on condition that the last entirely triumphant and China will Attorneys-at-Law, tontion whether bj telegraph,
100ft. on Hutchinsou'a: avenue. letter or person. 17
t monstrous'mother-in-law should take adopt every means for development. It Titusville Florida.

a fearful oath that she will never treat j will be impossible to exist on the same THERE ARE THREE CORNER LOTS

I e her daughter-in-law with severity. In I planet under a system of mutual ex J. T. SANDERS AATTORNEYATLAW FOR SALE.
this way Chao not only rescued a wo- clusion.-St. Louis Globe-Democrat.

mari's life, but saved two families I I I Apply to ROEEINS & GRAHAM,. Titus A tract of land on Indian River in the

from having a deadly and never end- II I The Significance. I Will practice in all the Courts of the Seventh Ju- yule ; orDAVID county of Brevard, consign of Sb

: ing family feud.-Feting (China) Ga How is business?" was the cheerful I dicial Circuit of Florida. S. IIt'TC1lINSoTrenton, New acres; it being lot No. 3, and outh halt
zette. P. O. Boa :;;5. lITUhVILLE FLA. 20.3moKNOX of the northeast quarter of section 35,
made 11 Jersey.
t'I' I inquiry by one traveling man of
------- No. the southwest
-- another. and lot o, being; quarter -
4 E Er Et Tin Euglibb Language. T\ENTAL OFFICE OF of the northwest quarter of section
I "First rate. How is it with
,, English ii>,.n of letters are perpetually I don't find fault." your'Oh W. R. 36, both in township 31 south, rante.9: )

scolding and nagging at one another for I DR. L. T. DANIEL, east. This is a very desirable piece ot.
"That sounds well It
i peaking and writing bad English, or for anyhow. means" 1 I COCOA, FLORIDA, hammock, soil of rich quality, suitable

pronouncing it erroneously, and the faultfinders suppose* that you are doing well. Will be at the Grand View Hotel, Titusville, on for the raising of all tropical fruits. Is

make, as a rule as many mistakes I eNo, it"means, simply, that I am good the First Monday in each Month, tor one week or House & Sign Painter situated at the Narrows, near Enos post-
natured. New York News. solicited,and all work guaranteed
more. Patronage ,
Will sell for cash. For
t as do the writers and speakers to be satisfactory 11 office. cheap

whom they profess to correct. And then I particulars address
Miss Minnie Apoli Opinion. .
step in, forsooth, the Americans, clad TWT D. L. DODSON, TITUSVILLE FLA. K. 31. LOW
i "The subject of a national flower is ,
t' from top to toe in the shining armor of I I Sept. 3. Brockton. Mass.NOTICE. .
being discussed a deal Miss
tt great now
; self confidence and
they airily us DENTIST.. .. ,
t j remarked a visitor at Minneapolis -
that we know not how to speak or
pronounce j to a maiden of that city. "Whatdo TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. .
our own language, and that to Will Estimate or Contract for Painting
you think about it? Office, until further notice, at Indian
mend our ways we should take lessonsof I "Well," replied Miss Minnie, "1 think River City Hotel. anywhere on Indian River. To all whom these present shall CVHK
Bostonites the
or Dutch-Irish-Eng- papa's Fancy Winter Wheat Flour rather Quality of work unsurpassed. 8 GI'cetillJ-Tale notice: I
fish and altogether Can do all kinds of
I cosmopolitan people I Graining, eitherin
takes the biscuit. -New York Sun. That whereas. the Board of County
of New York. We needs wince
may a Oil Water-Colors,representing Oak, Commissioners of Brevard Fla.
little linden these strictures, for our : NEWS.The J.F.
l.. Ash. Cherry, Walnut or Mahogany. on a petition ot more than one--fourth
withers are not"by any means unwrung, I Volcano of Colima in a Mate of of the registered voters ot said

and to the ear of a foreigner who has rultlon-Robbed lly Tramp Civil 1 Engineer and Surveyor, Wood-Filling & Hard-Oil Finishing. county did order that ui electionbe

1 made only a literary study of English it I CITY OF MEXICO, Sept. 20.-Steven TitiiMtillc Fin. held on the third Tuesday of
l is certain that our pronunciation, or Eaton! a.n.American: railroad contractor October, 1SS9, the same being the lath

rather our many and discordant methodsof nowm this city from Colima, has beenan BURCHFIELD PAPER HANGING day of October, 1SS9, to decide whether

pronunciation, must appear very illogical eye witness of the late eruption of R.B. tIe sale of intoxicating liquors. wines or

and very ludicrous. the volcano of Colima, which is thirty alsC' : beer shall be prohibited in said comity

r It is not alone clergymen who drawl miles north of the city of the same COUNTY SURVEYOR.Orders for the two years next ensuing after the

t; the church service and mumble theirtermODSi name. This volcano has its crater at by mail will receive as prompt ANDSTEISTCIL said i election.
i an elevation of :2,000 feet above the Therefore. I, Alexander A. Stewart,
it is not alone school children attention as calls in :
sea level, and is very active, iutermit- person. Clerk of said Board, do hereby give notice -
who are taught to read in monotonous tantly throwing up a column of smoke Address: Georgiana, Fla. WORK, ; as required by law. that such elec-

y sing-song; it is not alone young ladies and red hot ashes hundreds of feet in I tion will be held at all the precincts !in

who, through affectation, lisp or mince the air. These spasmotic eruptions occur -I L A RUE P. ELY, ANTIQUE AXD MOSAIC said county on that day, to-wit: the

tt \ their words, but it is the great body of about ten or twelve times a day third 'Tuesday October next, for the

English people-aye, of educated English and are followed by reports similar to Notary Public for the State at Large. Glass StainingFor : : purpose set forth.In .
0I, people-who habitually stammer before the discharge of artillery. A few days testimony whereof I have hereunto
6 1 they can find the right word, who before the earthquake last mouth the Justice of the Peace, 17th Dist. Decorating Churches, Dwellingsand set my hand and official seal this 6th day

,ti their final volcano vomited forth a dent black CONTRACTOR & BUILDERof all Public Buildings. 1I 1 of August, A. D. 1SS9.CL. ; .
rarely pronounce consonants I
smoke that hung like a pall over the I S.I A. .\. STEW.\lIT.
'1 r wno slur ana snuine their syllables into for around over 30 years' experience. Natural
country miles This phenomena Special attention to all inside Finish-: CFkho.rd County Commissioner
one another, who almost invariably finish a specialty.
put lasted for several days, and was ing. 1C.
the wrong emphasis on the chief members accompanied at intervals by showers of Melbourne, Florida. 6

of a phrase, and who, if they do not red hot ashes, which descended upon Very Respectfully,

absolutely chew and swallow the ends of its side. It is not known whether or NOTICE.In 15 W. R. KNOX. Circuit Court, Dade County, Florid

their vocables, as the modern Greeks do not any lava is being thrown out, as the Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial A. D. 1889. In Chancery.

utter them in such a disjointed and slip red hot ashes makes investigation im Circuit of the State of Florida, U ret'aril NKLLIE L. \\'AUlJ, complainant.vs. .

shod fashion as to make them more than tions possible. At night the budJeu erup County, A. D. 1889.-In Chancery. SEBASTION LANDS FOR SALE .
present the appearance of fireworks JESSE WARD
half unintelligible to the foreign ear. of a gigantic character. These Frances B. Hobbs "J

This is why it may be quite feasible for sudden spurts illuminate the country vs. \ Bill for Divorce. Upon the bill in said suit being tiled.iHd .

a Frenchman to live seventeen years in for miles around, and the spectacle is a John Stephen Ilobbs. J LANCASTER, PA., Aug. 24, 1889. : due proof made as appears by the
England without being able to under- grand one. It appearing from the complainant's bill illKivit of complainant to the same.

bland English.-London Telegraph. Depreciation of Irtmp of complaint tiled herein,that the regiond-: To all whom it may concern: showing that the said defendant resides

George Carlyle, an American locomo- ent, John Stephen Hobbs, is now a nonresident 1 out of said State it is hereby ordered
-.4 Be it known that the that
we, undersigned, a hearing be had the facts charged -
tive engineer of the State of Florida and that on
,, .\ was robbed at Vera Cruza have sold
Marine Qero. to Frank H. Allen of in
Norwich said bill in
1F few days of :$c cash he resides in the town of Boston State of on the first Monday
t,0)0In ,
ago by
Among the inmates of the National American tramps named Georgia, and that the of the said Connecticut, all our right, title, interest December, 1S&9, and that said Jess
Gallagher and age respondent -
!,V. Soldiers' home at Togus Me., is Richard McKenna. The thieves were arrested: is over twenty-one years, it i is and claims in. to, or against the so-called Ward do appear before said Court on or

Rowley, who was captain of the guns on and in company with a number of other therefore ordered that the said respondent Fleming Grant, situated on Indian River, before said first Monday in December.

the Kearsarge when she sunk the Alabama tramps of American origin are now dosing do plead, answer or demur to the said complainant's in Brevard county, Florida. Having A. D.1889, and plead or answer to aid!

l off the harbor of Cherbourg, service in keeping the streets bill of complaint on or before the thus equitably and amicably adjusted bill, and de/eiul against the same ami the

s.,, France, and performed an act of bravery streets clean in that city. :21st day of October, A. I). 1889, or the said the; complications of title that have ex- facts charged therein, and to d" further.allt.1 .

f" which probably saved his ship and herr Moylan Brothers American contrac- bill will be taken a> confessed,and the com- isted for many years in connection with in receive what said Court shall! consider

tors on the Inter-Oceanic road plainant will be allowed to this desirable tract, we are pleased to said cause.
f crew. The battle had raged for over an were proceed, expartl' recommend Done
hour and a half, when a 100 rifle robbed recently of $?,oo0 in cash by a with her said Clu'e. It is further both the lands and Mr. Allento 7th at Chambers. at DeLand thin
s.R shell from the Alabama struck pound the man named Robert Bernhardt, who is ordered that a copy of this order be pub- intending buyers or settlers. c BOLIVIA day of August, A. D. lSS'.).
gun supposed to be on his to the United lished week for four JOHN D. ROO1IE. ,
way once a consecutive
i t which Rowley was sighting and fell on mal. weeks in the FLORIDA STAR M. C. FOWLER B arv sj Judge of the Circuit Court of !

t ;; the deck, with the fuse still burning. In published in Titusville, in said newspaper Brevard, (formerly Olivia C. Larkin), and for the 7th Judicial Circuit. I .

an instant Rowley picked it up and threw tithed for Assault. county, prior to the said 21st day of Octo- JAMES B. FOWLER, HENRY '1PRIEST., Clerk, f
it into the where it MEMPHIS Tenn., Sept 27.-Wednesday Juno, Fla. 13-3rno. '
sea, exploded just as ber, A. D. 1889. WILSON WARREN FOWLER.I .
: morning at 1 :10 o'clock at Wiuona, I
it touched the water. The sailor's beard Witness the Honorable John D. Broome ,
M ss., a mob cf JOO men entered the! ,
and mustache were burned off by the jail and took Sol. Purnell a negro, and Judge of the said court, as well as A. A. .

_ fuse, but he stepped back to his gun and nanged him to the Illinois Central railroad Stewart clerk thereof, and the seal of said am pleased to offer gi I VOICE frog p.rtr.It obto..t Yr.c3 H.=

cnt a shot into the sinking Alabama trestle. Purnell was accused ol court, at the Court-house in Tftusville this .oa, .f ,.,.... I'
c ,H "
Capt. Winslow at once gave the orderto assaulting the 13-year-old daughter of a the 16th day of.Sel't mber, A. D. Ib39. FOR SALE AT LOW PRICES *Wri..s 2Oanonth Wu.two.kaacv ; I .ow M*.as aa* r ..
L. S. t far E. ,. .... sad tom'c3
the prominent citizen of that place. H [ ] A. A. STEWART, 5 C.AlUn 4 Co' !*
and _
man rigging give three cheers :allouI ottra IL.SSO J17.. l .
for confessed attempting the assault Clerk Circuit Court. "4 A (Signed) W ILGA-IE<< f
Quartermaster Rowley. The latter In lots of
JONES & ATKINSON, : five acres or more to suit 1+.
+ William Klto. Harrfebvrfwnt r I
was greatly lionized after his c
return to 22 Complainants: Solicitors. purchasers some **> "1 ka" ..". kaM.. ;;
:' this country. Congress voted him a gold Sir Boyle's "Bull" .. aaytbing 10 MQ Dk.yas'a3b. _'

I medal he received other valuable I Sergt. Arabia had a facility of mak- 500 Acres of pa r..t.rd.y 7 a ..1.1o5,S7t13.rd.r.a. w. :
; gifts, ing "bulls" which would Intelligent Headers will notice that Selected Portionsof -.n. sa.goy. .... ...... -t '
have done ...
.. ..
and President Lincoln personally thanked take aa order fa f -; f foat..rq f .i
him. For several credit to Sir Boyle Roche., Here is one the above-named Lands. Mae .I'.-'tsJ ".
days before his inter i \ ..... ..fta... f"
of them: "Prisoner at the bar if Iii 1., ,1.,1. d.1.w I texb.raat.d.tstl.l
view with the president, Rowley had no- .M..d1,
i j Most of the
cepted frequent invitations to drink I I 1 there was a clearer case than this of a lull's pieces now offered having a w. a.ton. -(Ifcrte*p cracu MW. a &.:; Lj"

champagne, and probably showed; the man robbing his master, this case is that on.who take bold of ibis !!ad tmhMM Ml**.P fTS 4 M .
effects. As he i case." "It is in my power," he said to I Frontage on Sebastian Bay or Indian Shall we start YOU in tilsnaderf ba5iD ts>'. .
arose to go Mr. Lincoln WriU IOM and Warn an abo t tt ft* **
another delinquent "to are not "irarrnnttd ara. maor will If .doll ...., .-
him a hundred dollars subject you to to cure" all classes River. ws .tare jo /*
save saying: another ahead .( *
or disease, but gets of yea la jrmtr part tfc-*** "JJ"Ut
Now don't drink too much liquor I transportation for a period very consid- from a disordered only such as result hold you will Uabla to pick.p fuldfa*. .TK.**..T
; ,viz: account of ia,000
Actual Settlers a forced naaafactarer aaU 1
erably beyond the term of natural or Improvers will be dollar ... ...w-
drink just a little but not too much. I. your Phot..rapla AlbiM ant ..= '
life, but the court, in its Vertigo, Headache Dyspepsia specially favored. peopte. for 830 each. Boaad. Boyal CiiaMo Si'k........
will Hm .
know you old sailors all like a little mercy, not Cttamiarly decorated id...H..din -t a:* ....
grog world .. .... .......,. ...
so fart it Fevers Costiveness LarfMt aU. <*rcautwaatad. --
but be careful and not drink too much." go as lawfully might go. His Bilious Correspondence invited and plans and Liberallt'TWoL Biff noa.y for acnta. "*.?...N
happiest effort bMwm.suecrul anent Salk Itself M -"W **ff
was perhaps the offer (
to will
Colic, Flatulence etc. prices be furnished on application. talking Mtcatary. wber.mabow..rya..rya.uWMbefw.
give another cbaaa.
There 1* a Difference. prisoner "a chance of redeeming For; these they are not warranted Address, .tw Afcau... an.. mry w_.c. rS::
a character which he had injafibiebutareaenearlyroaeItislws- ..1I.'on..... aak.
irretrievably a*Brack aa mn. T.a.ffK
There was a jolly little about .
group a caadoaawcllaaaayoM. Fall laforviatlM sad
III lost."-San Francisco Argonaut Ible to make a remedy. Price,2S otw Frank H. Allen Norwich to tboM who write for MOM.with partkalar sad Wr_*.("T
table down Conn. .
in town cafe last ,
a *
night SOLD EYEBYWHEKE. Ftnllr: Bibtea Book and FwVrfVcaU A 3-St.. aauuUroa coacluda ro roao ranker,way ao bar*toT a
.A.do1nM E. C. JLLLKX 4 W.. AcaCITA >






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I invite the Trade to consider my I THE MUSIC HOUSE OF FLORIDA. ct......*. ,..-. .- -y- .- .-
and Very Complete Stock when

desiring Large to Purchase S. H. RAY
A. B. CAMPBELLJacksonville I CURE

: Fla.

GROCERIES I Successor to J. C. Norwood art Oo.,

Knabe Piano Weber Pianos, Haines FITS
,, Bros.! Pianos, Morris Pianos, Wilcox &

TITUSVILLE, FLA.Gon'I White Organs and Chicago Cottage m

: Organs.I : When I say CrnE I do not mess ve'ey. to
: ; DRY GOODS will Sell and Deliver at your nearest stop th>*m for a time,and then :h > ..> return -
; I station GradePIANOS again. I MEAN A UAulLAL '_(l:.:.
High I have made the disease of



A life-long study. I WARRANT cremedy: to
Merchandise CURE the worst cases. Because! others havo
failed is no reason for not now recer :.J..4 a cure.
Send at once for a treatise and a FREE. IJOTTLB
OR of my INFALLIBLE REMEDT. G: Expressand
Hats Post Otfire. It costs you n'>-.inj for a
trial and it will cure you. Addr.r-ii

Clothing, ORGANSrOR -

LENS MONEY than any other house in the
I propose to keep United Stat.oI \\ill ship a Piano or Organ to
TRUNKS VALISES auy honest man r>r woman on trial, and it. not
satisfactory I will pay freight both ways. S25
. cash and $10 a month on a Piano, and$10 cash and
A First-Class Stook ,, $5 a month on an Organ till paid for-not much
more than ordinary rent. On these very liberal
terms anyone can own a instrument. Send for
OEMS' FURNISHING GOODS FREE CATALOGUE containing full information
sheet Music Strings Violins Banjos, Guitars, Ac-
-oFGROCERIES- cordeon, and in fact, every Musical Instrumentthat
is made",and at very low prices. Send for com.
GENTS' STRAW HATS cAT NEAT AND PROMPT. plete Catalogues. I have 20.000 pieces of Choice
Music at 10 cents=rer copy.
YOUR OWN PRICE. A. B. Campbell, Jacksonville, Fla. 5

I Can "Beat the Jews" on Low -FOU- PIAlln ]

Priced Pants, to Close Out. SCOTT


Ma t


as Palatable as Milk.So CLEARANCE I
I f i iI

GOODS SaOES.ATS: sensitive digested, and stomach assimilated, when the by the plain most oil I June I to Aug. I. S }&;:J.1

cannot be tolerated; and by the combination
of the oil with the hypopho.
phites I* much more efficacious. $25OO :
Remarkable as a flesh producer
Persons gain rapidly while taking it. Worth of Pianos and -ica-: .
front best makers to for ci'is.fu
MILLINERY .\'OTEIIE.iDS.DILLIIE.iDS, SCOTT'S EMULSION is acknowledged ont regardless of cost or-tl.t
Physicians to be the Finest and Best preparation Stock too large. 31ti tcoi "' r-r
9 in the world for the relief and cure of intocaahorinstalllnez-.....

DISEASES, EMACIATION, Some,Nearly New-ns".l .-, few:

ILadies' STATEMENTS, The great remedy for Consumption, and Some,used a year or!c.-"IIi:$ t I'
Wasting in Children. Sold by all Druggists used two to three r-"ir!". I
Some,ftoeSeeood I1altI.-uI'. '
Underwear in exchange, and wade !,
CIRCULARS, If any dealer says he has the W.L.Dongla: rrra.
our repair Factory. Ke-i I't'd
Shoes without name and price stamped ox
Gent's Furnishing Goods the bottom, put him down as a fraud. lie-strung. Iteatorexi Tare
and Action, and made gook tor
Print Sets., FOLDERS, yearn of service.BARGAINS. .


Ginghams, 7cts., EASY TERMS
Standard Cotton Checks 7cts. I.
Very light Monthly Pa T'U1.'n t.,
Pins, 5ctNcedlea*., 4f .. or Small Cash Payment anu imij j I
Gets. ance when you get readr I

Jean, 20cts., HARD AREA GASH BUYS CHE3F. i i

Spool Cotton, 2cts.,
STREAMERS, Give you all the timeTinrcT !
Brown Cottons,Gets., but SPOT CASH trill *s--.* '. .. '
.D money. TRY US ON. VV --ili <
Ladies Lace Mitts 15cts. and 20cts. DODGERS meet yon every time. j
Ladies' Kid Gloves 75cts. to $1.00; reduced 4I

from $1.00 and $1.23. Ladies' Ship Chandlery Goods. \ 4. .. PIANOSt I

Spring and Summer Hats Very Low to '
$50 $75 $1 DO $150. t
Close Out. BUSINESS .'..:....) f


I am prepared with several Carloads ofFERTILIZERS FS'OE OR $24, S35.J50, S75. ;
VISITIXG CARDS These will be he main features of my $3 GENTLEMEN.Best I
business, but orders sent me fgr -
anything in the \rorld. Examine his WRITE FOR BARGAW Sift I
kept in store in Titus 815.00 GENUINE JlASD.S.WED SHOE.
ville will be promptly filled. 83.50 POLICE AND FARMERS' SHOE. CLEARANCE SALE f
All made In Congress, Button and Lace.
To ] wants in this line. SEND YOUR ORDERSTO
Eupl'the -
Will buy Fruits Eggs Chickens W. L, DOUGLAS
Kainit FOR i .
THE- Or any Country Produce my customersor Best Material. Best Style. Best Fitting. L
Ground Bone If not sold by: your dealer, write
friends may bring W. L. DOUGLAS. BKOCKTON. MASS
Ash Element, to market. Examine. L. Douglas' $2 Shoes for

Acid Phosphates, FLORIDAJOB STAR Gentlemen.

Cotton Seed Meal, FOR SALE BY

Cotton Seed Hill Ashes, I ask for a share of the public patron
Fish and Potash, PRINTING OFFICE age, and come as a supplicant, not a ,

Bradley's Tree die tator, asking for your favors.If Melbourne. Fla.
Orange courteous treatmentgood

And Vegetable Fertilizers. goods and low figures is -:0- .

Will meet Jacksonville]] quotations with the candidate for For Sale by Masters Sale

freight added, in same quantity lots. public then favor I'melected. U. D. HF. DFICbtiO\, Under and by virtue of n rl.....T-e i-Stung:
.J out of the Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial -
Ltkc"ortb, Fla.
'.' District of Florida in and for Brt-
yard county in a certain cau..e therein depending -

Prices Reduced on nearly all Agent for Chattanooga Plow Co., wherein David Y. Ru-ell is complainant -
, Chilled Plows ami SugarCane Pianos and Gustavus B. Snell and Bessie
Organs $nellliiswifearedefemlants,I will,asMa-
; Lines in Stock. Mills.
: ter in Chancery,sell at public outcry, to the
I highest and best bidder for cash. on Monday -
the 7th day of October, the same being
If you want to purchase a the first Monday in the month and a legal

1 have Goods to enumerate sale day, between the legal hours of sale
too many ...
Piano or Organ, write to the un- in front of the Court-house door in the
prices on all that are reduced. of Titusville Brevard Fla.. .
dersigned or give him a call. town county,
the following described real estate, to-wit:
. COME AND SERI Can sell you any of the in- All that certain lot of land lying and beingin

1b struments of the best and lead- the town of Titusville, county. of Brevard. -
1 I will Dot be undersold State of Florida, known a* all of lot
f ing makers at prices that defy six ((6)), in block twenty-two i 2), according -
to LeBaron's map of the town of Ti-
laIn Prepared with CHEAP competition. usville; filed for record in the clerk's office -

, GOODS, and with Better Goods Pianos and Organs sold on the Installment 1881 ;of said Brevard land being county in, December government 10th lot,

to Sl111 itJ'. You. two ((2) of section three 13,1.) township

plan when iesirei Disconntto twenty-two (22), south of range thirty-five
(35)) east, according to United States survey -

(Moles on Organs, ; together with all the appurtenances
thereunto belonging or in anywLe apper-

Very Respectfully, taining. Terms cash.!:
. All correspondence will receive prompt Dated this 2Sth day of August, A. I).
-... d attention. 18S9. ,
i Master in Chancery Brevanl. Co- Fla.
TITUSVILLE FLA. s. R..a,V. I Tltus,.Ille, i Florida. 20-ot.,
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4 c biTI o LO(.'.'L L1COMCS. was--Mr in town. D. A.last Dickson Wednesday, of and Rockledge took an, I' berry-J.plants.Watson Send& Co.them have your the orders.J. straw. Clothing .

cLI -Mr. C. O. Blyth, of Indianola, was in enjoyable part in the hop given at Indian S.: Watson & Co. received, to-day, Clothing

town last Thursday. River Hotel. Oue of the young ladies a fresh l lot of Henderson's seeds.

-3Iessrz.Turner& Gardner completed present remarked that by his graceful -Miss Alice Bell and sister, of Edgar,,
he not as easily
last Thurs movement was
of stock
their fall inventory the warm eveningas visit to their aunt, Mrs. A. A.
the dancing during are on a '&
day. some of the gentlemen were of :slighter Stewart, of this place. ..A.t &liThe> :a 1 ]
Mr. J. L. Colee,a resident of St. Augustine build.
-Jlr. Scofield and bride, nee Miss: Eunice -
a day
visitor to our town
was : -Mr. M. E. English expects to have Harrison, of Mims, were in out
or so last week. charge of the beacons at Sand Point and town last Saturday afternoon. I CLOTHING

-Work will be commenced shortly on Jones Point. lIe will use a horse to MORE I
d the Methodist church, which It is hoped cover the distance on land between the Money Jloney Monetto

will be completed in about two months. two beacons and then use a rowboat to to loan on real estate. Apply to Robbins
: I reach the beacons from the shore. As & Graham, Titusville, Fla. AND BETTER !-
-Two interesting articles are necessarily J;
deferred until next week on account these lights have to be lighted every evening -Doctor Dodson has returned from

but they will not spoil. i and extinguished every morning, his trip to Emporia, and will shortly
ot length
two beacons will be as many as one man open offices over Roger's store. His family Than ..intother house on Indian River,, ju
-Mr. G. W. Morton and Miss Schuy-. can well attend to. is expected here in a few days. '

ler returned to Heath at one o'clock to for the Merchant'sNine call and in addition to our already extensive -.
Morton purchased 100 feet -After catching -Gentlemen are requested to !

ilasMr.river front of :Mr. Sackett today.The in the game of baseball la..t Friday see the new samples of ready-made cloth Etc. )I.
i more afternoon Sam. Ray visited Dixon & ing received at J.V.. Rogers & Co.'s NOTIONS, Etc.,

Baptists held a meeting at the Gray's drug store, purchased a bottle of from Waunauiaker & Brown.
Presbyterian Church Saturday night last. Poc'd's extract to reduce the pain of his CHEAPER THAN EVER
g J! The meeting was addressed by Rev. .:. F.Gl.I"e. aching fingers: which somehow got in the -M. B. Bunnell? brick-layer contracts and ci

way of the ball, and he then just about plasterer, is prepared) to take
vowed he had finished his last: game of anywhere on Indian River. Address TurZ1er :
-Mr. J. T. Hogg: of Eau Gallie, who Sam for communications to Titusville, Flori- %a
"never again
Don't ,
ball. ,
1 since the commencementof say '0Hunan's
has been away ret
da. -
New York the Merchants'Nine will need you again.
winter: returned from
last .
and ROBBINS, !
'' evening. :: little dance at Pauusoffkee Seedling GEORGE M.
last Friday ; -There was a pleasant:
and J. E. :M.Hodgson \ at the Indian River Hotel dining-room Axtel strawberry plants for sale. Price Ati.-at-Law. : E
Walton :
Messrs. J. 0. All .
thousand. are d
;2 last Wednesday evening, the proprietor 2.00 to $3.00 per ::a.OB3INS: :: :
of Eau Gallie. stopped at our
Florida.G. .
in -
short time having tendered the room for the plea splendid fruiting varieties
office yesterday morning call.for a sure of his guests and a few of our town B. Rum ph. I LAW lOANS AND !.
and us a pleasant
gave residents. Music was turni-hed: by Mr -Don't forget if your teeth need attention ,
:Mr. W. H. Macomber, a winter resident Koraer of who has an instrument Daniels next .
Pitr Georgiana, to go to Dr. L. T. I Members of Brevard + I
of Malabar, arrived: on our riverlast the of accordeon that Grand View
*u i on style an week for he will be at the &
l Friday. having ju:t returned from makes lots of music and keeps good time. hotel to do dentistry work from the 7th I P. O. Box, 250,

L 1 his summering in New England.. Although the weather was warm dancingwas to the 12th inst. TITUSVILLE BREVAHD "

:Mr*. Treutler, proprietre and own !steadily engaged in until after mid- Hall -
-Last evening atVager's a --to' "-
Hotel Eau Gallic, night, and, all Lid, everyone had a. mostenjoyable ,
F er of the Treutler and time. brilliant little dancing party congregatedfor \Ve Buy anti Sell all kinds of Heal E tate and a
came up to town Monday evening, a few hours' enjoyment, which they ca relul ly-yefecteU Properties in of Brevar ('
left for a short trip to Jacksonville. this -The Indian River Steamboat Company had to the fullest extent of the word. RELIABLE Information furnished as to character,

I' morning. through Manager Watson, hasgiven Let the occasion be repeated. pert on Indian River. .
Lieut. R. D. Hitchcock arrived here $50 towards opening the bar at started for Our facilities for the transaction of a general Real) E 1 .
past Friday to look after the placing of Jupiter Inlet. A new wharf i:* to be constructed -Mr. G. W. :\Mackenzie to be and every eifort will be made to give perfect 3ti
last morning
New Saturday
beacons and by the above company at Courtney favor with their patronage.
the government :: may
lamps upon their and at Malabar. The Steamer Geor- absent several weeks. Mrs. Mackenzie No Properties listed unlcthe: Title is Perfect..Special :1
arrangementfor proper
making giana has been kept on the lower route and Mr. Henry Dreyer are spending a attention given to Colonies: and 'I1lieatl'': I .
ore and attention.Mr. the past summer at an actual loss of over few days this week on Banana river.J. piiced (lands. AVrite for Descriptive Pamphlet.' (

'" -, E. .. \Villiamof; Rockledge, $500 to the company. The little steamer A. Durst, of Crescent City the r
was one of the passengers last Thursday \Vhite could have accommodated the pioneer well-sinker of the State of FlorIda ------ -- "". .I

morning, en route to Gainesville, where passenger travel and carried the freight;; ,is now operatingat Lake Worth, Fla., GEORGE M. ROBBINS, President. }(r.

1 he will continue his: course of education but for convenience and comfort of the where all communications may be addressed IOroT7rc3L .A.los'tracrt

1 at the East Florida Seminary. lower river the Georehina was maintainedon and information received. Incorporated A. D.

1 t -Mr.: ( Louis Dorman. of Cape Henry, the route. -Quarterly meeting of the M. E. CAPITAL STOCK, $:),000 ; FULLY I.. .
Va., who occupies the )position in the W. Watson returned Saturday
-Capt. will be held at City Point Saturday -
i Service office at this place vacated and informed Charges for Abstracts as follows : $3.00; for Opening
c Signal night from his trip north and Sunday, October 12th and 13th. Abstract the
4' Mr. A. J. Mitchell expects to go as that the work dditional Transfer. For continuing an
a reporter ,
f Friday, to return Saturday service at half past two p. m. for the first additional and ;oUc. for each succeeding .C
: far north Washington:: on the new steamers is being rapidly Rev. J. W. Lewton, P. E., will be press
with his family here. is Taxes Paid for -
pushed forward. The larger one expected ent. tI

-Mr. S. F. Gibbs. of Melbourne, met to be launched about the 10th of 6ST1 For a Small Fee we will relieve non-r
his family on their return from the north the coming month (November), and the -Captain Hawley contemplates building annoyance incident to the Payment of Taxes, and I :
$/ ;* last Thursday at Jacksonville: arriving smaller one will probably be completeda a new boat, something on the modelof Sale.'

', here last Friday and registering at Grand few days later. Both of the new steamers the Frost Line, eighteen feet long, Box 25O, Titusville, .
y View. Their friends are all glad to see are expected to arrive on Indian River twelve feet beam, with a cabin six feet
The She will be sloop-rigged and will b
about the first of December. high.
them back once more. electric lights which were contemplatedon draw not over eight or nine inches of MALABAR CIGAR FACTORY l c:'. J" : .

-Mr. A. J. Mitchell of the SignalSs'rvice these new boats will be dispensed with water. .;
started for Jupiter last Thursday : II. C. Starck, Proprletor.Manufacturer :
this season, as there will not be time to -:Mr.\[ and Mrs. E. L. Brady and fam- '
morning. He U i:: rather fortunate the mechanism and motor Havana and Domestic
arrange power. ily, and Capt. Pritchard, Mrs. Pritchardand of fine
l>eing at Jupiter at that season of the Miss Katie are all expected to return Cigars. Trade supplied with fine i COt
when insects will not be as entertaining -The first carload of cotton for the
filled. I
year from their visit to Tryon, N. C., this hand madegoods. Orders promptly York.'f'
in the summer months. arrived here Thursday last con
as season
and week, Capt. Pritchard: probably, arriv- Factory at Malabar, Fla. 23NEWSPAPER .
signed to Messrs.: Oliver & Budge,
and family, of friends
-Mr. John Serensen ing this evening. Their many ;
in box-car with the big letters E.
was a
Ala arrived here 'Thur.1 *- them back.In I
Birmingham, will be glad to see
and started on the sloop Robinson T. V. & G. Ry. upon it. We hope the N"...t\.
day for Eden where Till -Union will not think that Titus the STAR this week will be founda &
Crusoe the next day .
they will locate and make a home. Mr. ville is trying to get ahead of Jacksonville call for a meeting of the stockholdersof SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY )1( !
as a cotton market by such an announcement the Titusville School Building Associ-
them this
Jensen of Eden met at place.
as this, for the fact is that ation to consider a proposition made by THE PIOXEER AGEXCY.

-We wish to ask the question (if we Oliver & Budge thought this car Superintendent Sams in regard to the HAVING
i ia and .
f can without danger of our hat being was loaded with sash, doors blinds, etc., Titusville academy. All interested should For terms sample .

knocked off or the lights blowed out) instead of cotton, and while they arc"discussing" be present on the day therein mentioned. ,
when will the next meeting of the Titus- the railroad companies for .

yule Building and Loan Association be sending them cotton instead of builders'material -Any person Indian desiring River information its climate in Titusville P. O.,. Brevard county; Fla. We will -
to ,
held'ill some of the officials answer some merchant in Georgia, or regard .
r in our next? Carolina perhaps, is wondering why that health and resources-can obtain same FRESH
by sending a two cent stamp for postageto
-We received an invitation to the sociable car exchange of cotton will doesn't be welcomed come in., The no proper doubt, A. L. Hatch, City Point, Fla., and receive A.Titusville FROSCHER ,

at Pioneer Cooperage, LaGrange, by mail a copy of pamphlet on
held last Thursday evening, but circumstances by both parties. the .
a Brevard county, published by county Florida, Bottlers I
prevented our attending. However The sloop Naiade, E. Wagers' fast commissioners of this county. *

,,, we were informed by some of those yacht, returned from her reel used retreatat has secured the servicesof full of metallic and wooden
present that a "big time"-was had by all Mr. Geo. \Morten's: safe harbor:in -S. H.TBani Ray who is well- Keeps ;apply Ale
who attended.Mrs. Mr. Happersett, ,
Banana creek Friday last. The run across
; known to the Titusville and Indian river
i P. A. Loriurier and daughters, from Stormy Island to Titusville with a public as a first-class salesman. This Coffins, Cases and Caskets. ALL I.

M'ISA Susie and Miss Laura, who havebeen breeze blowing twenty-five miles an makes a trio in number of salesmen in r

visiting at Atlanta, Ga., arrived hour caused the spray to fly all over the this old and well-established: mercantile UI]
a here Saturday evening stopping at the boat, drenching the crew thoroughly and house, that would do credit to a larger Funerals attended if desired. All or-
Indian River Hotel. They visited Melbourne reminding them that this is: one of the town than Titusville. Success to you, ders promptly executed, and at reasonable S..1. : 4t

Monday and returned to Jacksonville favorite pranks of this boat when she is Sam rates. Embalming done. .

o' this morning.Mr. careening to a good breeze. Her owner
will be ready to sail against any competitor -Captain Bennett, of Eau Gallie, was .
i -: A. B. Curtis, of Lake Worth, receive -The STAR is 1.50 annum, or
at !short: notice. \\ e should like to in town Monday evening to amonga per i
has been spending a week or so at this see a race with the Cheemaun, of St. Augustine car-load of household goods, two fine 75c. for six months, payable in advance. '
)place) and Daytona. It was on the Halifax ; the Alpha, of Daytona; the little row-boats. One of them was nine- Please examine the nameandaddressslip S
,, ti a few days ago that he was married, feet with forty-two inches beam
Arthur B., of Lake Worth, and Naiade, teen long ,
i and the happy couple have been spending deck and nickle- pasted on the front page of this
all entered to sail over a course laid out with inlaid of cedar ] A. L.
a few days at the Indian River Ho The smaller and see when subscription
4 on the bay at Titu.ille.Vill they respond plated trimmings throughout. paper, your
tel. They carry our congratulations ? one is about sixteen feet long, with expired. The date will inform you. Ii
t them to their L.keorth home. about the same finish.

Sheriff Bowman arrived here on the
-Doctor". S. Graham visit to I DRY
paid a 22nd ult. from the St. Lucie with two -Mr. Walter A. Howland returned

t-, ,, Canaveral Saturday and Sunday, returning prisoners, who he arrested for cow steal Monday from an extended trip down the

r ; on the sloop lola Monday afternoon. ing near Green Cove Spring, committedsome river, including a visit to Lake Worth, in .
't This visit was rather a delayed one owing months ago. They are two brothers the interests of the well-known insurance LEAVENING POWER
to the recollections, we suppose, of a company he represents. He was much
named Jim and Drew Chandler and
former that he made through Ba- Of the various Baking Powders illus-
trip had passed off under the name of Hank- pleased with his adventures, and appear-
nana creek under trying circumstances ins. They had been staying down theriver ances indicate that the mosquitoes did trated from actual tests. t2t
t t everal which he had not altogether him He however
years ago some time before they were not eat up. was, verypleased Pur
ROYAL ( ) BBBMnMH K nnGrmat'i
forgotten. at the amount of business he has
,_ : iir and as they had the name of be- :: I (Alum) ...
done, and he expects to do lots more. He !
{ -Mr. J. Russell Kennedy the Florida ing pretty rough customers, Sheriff Bow Bumlbrd's (fresh.i Hay,
leave for Cocoa
"r Orange Growers' Union, desires that man secured the assistance of Deputy I expected to to-day. I 3anfprd''s(when fresh) ,. CITY ,4-..

public notice be given that in future all Sheriff Hall to aid him in the arrest. -On cur return to take charge of the I Charm* (Alum Powder) ..

correspondence in connection with the When they arrived near where Chandlerswere STAR again we must congratulate: our t Dav '. and 0.X. (Alum) -

union will be received and answered by I staying he found his warrant would readers upon the able manner in which j Cleveland's ................. l
him. Secretaries of local organizationsare not arrest them, as they were in Dade this paper has been conducted during Pioneer(San Francisco) ....... J. l :

requested to correspond with him \ county ; so, after staying around their the past six weeks. The editorial department I' Czar .....................--.... f
upon all matters of a statistical nature. place a few days, he finally succeeded insetting under the charge of Dr. Graham -! Dr.Price's ............ ..... ..-.
and to keep him posted upon matters of them to cross the St. Lucie into has reflected unusual credit to our Snow Flake (GrcfiTs) ......... .. fI

inter es t. The finances of the union will Brevard county by offering them a certain columns, while the local department, !I Congress.: ............... ... .... i I

,.3 be looked after by Mr. Henry Hutchin- sum to c.rrv.hh"alise to a certain written up by Mr. Walton, has been Hecier's.......................... ,

*U1. of Crescent City. Mrs Kennedy's place across the St. Lucie. This was accomplished more than could possibly be expected I Gillfct's .............................
address is i postoffice box 4o7: Palatka, Fla. !! on Friday, the 20th ultimo. I during such a dull time as the months of HanfOTd'S(None Such,when not fresh. 1

and as soon as they landed l on the Bre I August and September usually are. We, I Pearl(Andrews S:Co.) ...... .......... A
Under the decree issued by the Circuit j i vard side Sheriff Bowman asked Jim to !
I alone, cannot expect to equal successfully : Bumford'8(Phosphate),when not fresh..._ I
Court of this circuit given the 3rd |I surrender pointing a shot-gun at him ; the management in these two depart Reports of Government Chemists.The : .
day of August last in the case of J. at the same time Deputy Hall snappedthe Exchange
)1.1' ments which has just terminated, but we Royal Baking Powder composed of pare
H. P. Wilkinson and W.L. Hu handcuffs him he the time prompt
Lee vs at protesting and wholesome tngred ent& It doe not contain
i here to do best to make negotiated
are again our
either alum or phosphate or other injurious *nb-
Ictt. the real estate on which the Hotel f against giving himself up. Drew the STAR as interesting and bright as it BUncea EDWARD U.Love, Ph.D." Banks, i
Indian River i is located will be sold at t was then handcuffed without much trou- is possible within our "The Royal Baking Powder ta undoabtl'od1y the est Advances allowed
t Masters sale on Monday the 4th day of j ble, and thus two more prisoners for Clay power. purest and moat reliable baking powder offered"to
the public. UESKT A. iiorr,M.D., Pb D.
November, by A. W. 'Coctrell. ]'r., of i iJacksonville county have been ca tuned in the lower I I -Indian River Lodge F. A. M., will "The Royal Baking Powder ta purest in Drafts JIi
special master. This will I part of our county. fceveral months ago I hold its regular monthly meeting next and highest in strength ol any baking Iw order cl<< U* :

be one of the!: most important sales held Sheriff Bowman succeeded in capturingan I II Saturday evening, the 5th inst., at 7 which I have know-d W ae.. McMUKTRO, Ph.D."

in our county for some time, as this I escaped prisoner from Clay county. I o'clock. Visiting brethren are cordially AU Alum Baking Powders no matter how high .
property) is located in the midst of the They seem to think they are safe down invited to attend.A.. their Phosphate strength powders, are liberate to be avoided their gas as too daugerous.I w .;
most valuable real) estate: of Rockledge. near the everglades. j A. STEWART, Sec'ty. i I 1 .roidrcUxaatto: changes suffer deterioration. Bank New
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