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Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: October 23, 1889
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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VOL. X. TITUSVILLE, FLA., WEDNESDAY, OCT. 23,1889. .. NO. 27.


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Cocoa. Call Meeting of the Board of Melbourne. sular land is adaptable to many j crops. Eau Gallic.

dry.Ve are greatly in County Commissioners. The Gibbs' Orange and lemon growing have not I Three
atber very Osprey is now on Mr. ways or four new settlers already here .

_J of rain. October 10th, 1889-The Hon. Boardof for a fall cleaning up. however usually been,indicate counted its availability on. These for lemons such, i and still we cry "Come!I"

The Manatee anchored off Cocoa AIonds10n County Commissioners convened this The S. V. White passed down the river purposes. : Mr. J. E. M. Hodgson returned home
her way up the river. date according to call by the chairman. Wednesday with a party of railroad officials U. D'ONOHU. j from his trip to Canada on Sunday. :
Present, R. Morrow, chairman ; J. M. board.
Eer. James H. White, of Georgiana, Sanders, P. A. McMillan, A. J. Carter, on Mr. Treutler is busy building a wharf
I paid a visit to Cocoa last week. with A. A. Stewart, clerk and J. E. Bowman The Georgiana still leaves on her old Lake Worth. from his hotel to connect with Indian

A. A. Taylor spent Thursday and sheriff.. The following business was time. Saturday she arrived here about Boreas, frigid, but not aqueous. River.

Friday Mr of last week in Titusville. had: 3 p. m. and went on up to Titusville.We County School Commissioner Samuel Mr. John McAllister has returned to "

Order 1.-On motion Whereas, it appears hear that a lady has been engagedfor Rhodes arrived up from Miami on the Eau Gallie,having had great success with
H. Sams county superintendent -
Wr. John last that there is no legal Supervisor of the white school, and another family all his weBs.Hammer .
of schools, was in town Registration in this 5th.The
and that
county, will thus be added to .
our
15* therefore the registration of electors un- community.Mr. first sour-sop to fruit on the lakeis hammer! the whole day

Georgiana made a ]land- der the pending order of this Board fora :M. G. Ellis has been clearing a now in bearing on R. R. McCormick's. long ; building the order of the day in

The steamer Cocoa Sunday night on her trip I "wet and dry" election is illegal, and wide space around the old Izant Hotel, place. this settlement. ..

[fat to'litusville. that therefore no legal election can be which is a great and much needed im R. R. McCormick and family arrived :Mr. R. P. Blatch and family have arrived

q held at this time thereunder; and to save provement.Mr. home on the 12th, the Heron bringing from 'Canada, and we are glad to
The Masonic Lodge met last Friday the expense in going further in the mat- E. M. Arnold has returned from them down from Juno. welcome them among us.
lekbtin the Masonic Hall at Cocoa. The ter of said election, it is therefore ordered his summer tour in the northern States.
-piafl'l" were all there. that the order of this Board calling said He was accompanied by his uncle, Mr. The Bessie B. is again afloat and will Glad to see Messrs. A. R. and H. U.
election made the 5th of probably start on her first trip to Jacksonville Hodgson back from their summer trip
H. came from his on August, Arnold, of Ionia Mich.
)Ir. C. Edgerton up ,
for the in about week. north well and
looking .
Shady Side) Orange Grove," last 1889, be rescinded, and that paid electionbe I season a hearty.Mr.
leUcf, Special U. S. Marshal Geo. G.Gleason I
and spent Sunday in Cocoa. not held] ; and it is further ordered Deputy The instruments for the band are on and Mrs. J. O. Walton and Master
Y that the clerk notify the inspectors appointed started down river last Tuesday the way, and when they arrive the boys Claude left here on Thursday afternoonlast
a office has been opened at to summon witnesses in the Ewan
A telegraph for such election as far as possible great promise to give us some "music what is on a visit to Mr.and lIrV.. Wilson,
Mr. Geo. W. Hatch election understand.The .
with as case we
(Sty point of this order. music." of Courtney, where they still remain. J
operator, and telegrams can be sent from Call meeting October 17,1889.At Gladys is out radiant with
again
I there DOW at anytime.Rev. a call meeting of the Board of I new paint and We E. Foord left on the 4th for Hobe's Service in the church on Sunday, the
tight-as a
cup. saw Sound, where he and his friend Serjeantson 13th inst., when the Rev. S. F. Gove
James Bolten will preach Sun- County Commissioners, members present Mr.and Mrs. Stewart taking a sail toward
Robert Morrow chairman J. M. Sanders will try their hands at housekeeping preached a most impressive sermon to a
liy next, Oct. 27th, in the Cocoa-Rock- ; the Goode House last Sunday. this
winter.A "
large congregation. Mr. John Mellor
P. A. McMillan A. J. Carter andC. received -
Church South and ,
M.E. morning
)ledge Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Hassler the thanks of all
for his
E. Chaffee with Stewart clerk were up present f
A.
erenln Sunday school will also take A. fine new wharf has been built in
I there at the usual hour. and J. E. Bowman, sheriff.. from Hassler's Haven on their neat front of Miss Potter's west side home- exertions in helping to collect funds for
pUce Order No. Whereas, the petitionersfor steam-launch. Mr. Hassler proceededto stead and a the new or an, which was used on the
great improvementsmade
Dirine service will be held next Sun- an election] presented August 5th, Titusville, returning Saturday.The on the land. many above day tor the first time. Mr. Geo.

da 1J October 27th, at St. Michael's Episcopal. 1889, under Chapter 3700 Laws of Flor- friends of Rev. and Mrs, J. N. Gleason-ever ready and willing to
Church, Cocoa, at 10:30 a. m. ida, are desirous of withdrawing said pe- Mplford will be pleased to learn that Miss Kate Hamilton and mother and oblige-acted as organist. The tone of
1 (standard time), by the Rev. A. F.Shupt. tition-therefore it is ordered that the they will stop in Melbourne for a day on her aunt, Mrs. Brown, arrived on the the instrument was everything that couldbe
Bishop Weed has appointed !Ir. same be withdrawn from the files of this their way to Lake Worth on the 6th of 12th and will occupy the M. W. Dimick, desired, and all were pleased at Eau
airpe u rector for the Episcopal court. next month. cottage for the winter. Gallie possessing such an organ.

lurches in Cocoa and Titusville during Board adjourned for recess till 2 p. m. The finishing touches are being put on ,
i the coming winter season. Pursuant to adjournment Board con- The schooner Seminole has been a the west side school house, including a Died,

}lr. Guy Metcalf, editor and proprie- vened at 2 p. m. Present, R. Morrow, past.stranger Last in week these she parts made for her some time coat of white paint. It is possible that In the twentieth year of her age, on

totof the Melbourne Newt has been at chairman ; J. M. Sanders, P. A. McMil ance again, landing a lot of lumber appear-for both !school here will open on the 21st. the morning of the 18th inst, at her
lan A. J. Carter and C. E. Chaffee withA.
of the Peck House during home in Titusville Florida and
\ Cocoa,a guest Mr. C. J. Hector. : Latest returns from Jupiter are in and only
I the past week in attendance upon histoUIID A. Stewart, clerk, and J. E. Bowman, Jack Grant is not only alive but build- one brief month after her marriage, Mrs.
I Mr. Frank Stranahan, who has sheriff: Mr. Gibbs has his place supplied with J ing a house for himself, and-well, he is Katie H., wife of Mr. Howell Titus and
i tern quite ill for some time. Mr. Met- Order No. 2-The petition of onequarter pipes and hydrants, and with his patent not dead by any means, although a let- daughter of the late Dr. and Mrs.Lun-
calf brought his cousin up to Cocoa to of the registered voters of the countyof sprinklers he can rain a tropical showerat ter a T.U. man saw said he was. gren, formerly of Philadelphia, Pa.
rat him under the efficient care of Dr. Brevard and State of Florida was pre- any time. His low ground does not The funera started from the residenceof
W.L Hnghlett, and Mr. Stranahan's sented to call an election under Chapter need much irrigation at present.Mr. Jas. W. Potter and brother arrived on Mrs M. E. Titus Saturday afternoonat
3,700 of the Laws of Florida to the 3d. Jim if he could only com- and R
puny friends at Melbourne and else-] Hector continues to add improve- says three o'clock, the interment took
There will be glad to learn that he is on have an election to decide whether the ments to his Island property, the latest bine a Kentucky and Lake Worth place at LaGrange cemetery, the Rev.
sale of intoxicating liquors wines or beer climate nothing would ever induce him
the road to recovery once more. contemplated being an artesian well with Sidney Wilbur reading the burial ser
shall be prohibited in this county. On again to leave his home on the lake.
baths for the of the of the
use patrons vice.How
,J Of Fish All. motion the petitionwas granted with house. Sprays and fountains will be in- The County School Board met at the mysterious are the ways of the
only one dissenting vote, as follows: "J. cluded. All-wise, loving and merciful God in His
The fishing at Jupiter, from present M. Sanders objects to the re-filing of the east side school house on the 7th, Chair- dealings with his earthly children I 'He
indications, promises to be very good petition until it is made to appear to theBoard I Mrs. Cummings and Miss Grace Cum- man Geo. W. Lanehart presiding. Miss sends not only the sunshine and rain of '
the winter. As of that said is authorized mings to leave their home Kate Hamilton was employed as teacherfor
during coming proof re-filing by were Michigan prosperity, but the blighting frost and, '
the above assertion allow me to cite the all the signers thereof, and therefore I for Florida on Monday of this week. We district No. 1, Miss Hattie L. Gale gloom of adversity on both the just and
carding,_on October 7th, of a large redlIaby moves that the petition shall not be re- hear they will make considerable alteration for district No. 6 and John Bright for the unjust. He apportions to both
Mr. George W. Eddey, of the U. filed." Defeated 4 to 1. and addition to their:Myrtle Cottage district No. 5. The hiring of a teacherfor sickness and health, pain and pleasure,
Service. Mr. went to Order No. Whereas there has dwelling the Miami district was postponed
Signal Eddey comea life and death, and his infinite
compassionsare
the inlet, baited his hook with a small petition from 327 of the registered vo- until the next meeting, and there will displayed as much in the one
from Ocala
A have been be school Elliott's
party this
prospecting no on Key winter.
mullet, spat on the same and cast it out ters of this county, they being more than down the river, but found land case as in the other. Now he cutso1fthe

into the channel. He distinctly remembers one-fourth of the whole number (892), in the most desirable locations held a There may,. in time, be a stage put on wicked in the midst of his wickedness, f
having a bite at the hook, but the of registered voters in said county, call- and he
little higher than government prices. or a regular line of boats run between now prolongs an evil life in order
operation of getting the fish ashore was ing for an election in this county, under Two of the party stopped here on their here and Miami, but at present parties that more opportunity may be grantedfor
to exciting and thrilling as to baffle description Chapter 3,700 Laws of Florida, to decide return and will probably locate here. wishing to visit Miami had better go by re ntance. Again, the righteous! is
Mr. Eddey gave the bass to whether the sale of intoxicating liquors way of Tampa and Key West until theyare soared until his silver hairs become to
the crew of the Life SavIng Station, andon wines or beer shall be prohibited in said Mr. L. B. Dawson, of Narrows, was in willing to take it afoot fifty miles him a crown of glory] ; or, it may be that
reaching the Chattahoochee informed county for the two years next ensuing town Wednesday last. He reports good down the beach under the pilotage of the his appointed work is completed in youth,
Cspt. Fitzgerald of his big catch, which after such election is held, 1889. Now, progress and a large area of vegetables mail carrier, or else wait until the weather and so, in the freshness and bloom of
be thought weighed fully 25 pounds, and therefore, it is hereby ordered that the planted for market. Some parties have is fair enough for one of our sailboatsto life's morning he ia called home. to hiit' .
asked: "Did you ever catch one as big?" said petition is hereby granted and an egg-plants in bloom already. More than take them down outside. heavenly rest. "* *
"Well)), no," said Capt Fit "I never did. election be held at the'several precincts five times the area of last year is already So was it with her who is the subject
bet I caught one off the lighthouse wharf throughout county for the purpose planted The Arthur B. would very much liketo of this notice. Reared in a Christian .I.
once that weighed 82 pounds." Mr Ed- aforesaid; said election to be held on the come up and show her heels to your home and blessed with the most careful
der it We were pleased to see at our office fast boats on the B. I. R., but cannot be
soon! after, met John Grant on the second Tuesday December, being Christian training, our lamented friend
railroad wharf the 1889. the smiling countenance of Mr. L. C. spared just now, as she is carrying the
and casually]] remarked tenth day thereof, A. D. early exhibited those traits which, when
"I caught a 38-pound bass to,day.1 Order No. 4-In regard to the SubTropical Oliver, the Georgia pine lumber man. i mail for us down here, and, with Wilbur the years of womanhood were reached
"Ohl! that's nothing said John ; "I Exposition, the Board of County Capt. A. H. Hamilton also called to see Hendrickson at the helm, is makingmore already gave evidence of a well-developed
aught one down at the Jnlet? last winter Commissioners request the people at us. He is having good success in his regular time than your B. I. R. saintly character. Short was her sojourn

tbich weighed 43} p unds."' large to express their opinion in regardto fishing Indian and will River soon be shipping our fa- steamboats, and as fast. This winter, just with us, yet long enough to end ear!her to
Hr.Eddey went home disconsolate. He the appropriation of a sum of money mous oysters. for a rest, she may let the steamer carry all who knew her here, and who, in the

,ttUt his desk and commenced sending a for that purpose, either in the STAR, by Lieutenant O'Brien was up over the the mail a few trips and come up there magic circle of her Christian influence, :r ;r
message over. the line to "Brieny" at personal interviews with each County line as repairer last week. A break, and show you how to fly. felt through her sweet example and conversation t.

jEcco, to the effect that'be Bad caught a Commissioner in their district or by letter caused by fire, was found at Horse creek The adjourned meeting of the Horti- their hearts and minds lifted : -

j** weighing! forty pottorls,,when young by the first of next month. and repaired, and the trip for business cultural Society was held at the Cocoa- to the contemplation of higher things J
Girlie Carhn came in to send a tele- Whereupon the Board stood adjourneduntil add pleasure combined was extended to nut Grove House on'the 12th. Two new than those of this mere earthly life. One r';; ,
ptphic order to Peter Cobb for a bar of the first Monday in November, Titusville. He was accompanied on his members were elected. The subject for short month of wedded life and her mission "

>**P and a can of tomatoes. Mr. Eddey, 1889. return by Mr. Reader, of Kansas, who discussion was the Jamaica apple, or the on earth was fulfilled perhaps bet-
Tan one hand upon his instrument, theJaerholdinganvimaginary seems much pleased with our countryand cherimoya, and the opening paper was ter fulfilled than if the days of her age
fish-line,withwwBTeled Ilypolnxo.'Veather' climate. prepared and read by Judge A. E. Hey- had been further prolonged. He who
. hair and a general aspect of sneezed Lati- ser. He described the fruit and style of doeth all things well knows best, and wet
wwnoa to everything except the matter not to be at. Cards were received here for the wed- tree and growth, and claimed that of all I bow submissive to His will.)) : ': -
tude and longitude same as last week ; of Miss Fannie Goode noticed in *
ding
as it.
iii good, at Charlie and stammered tropical fruits this one has his preference.By "Death lies on her like an untimely frost }. .
;} "flared a fish!, I have a fish! I Barometer hanging on the wall; ther- the STAR last week. The youn lady has well presented facts he showed thatit Upon the sweetest flower of all the field." *.
mometer, 25 cent ones, low; $2.50 ones hosts of friends in this vicinity. Miss Or, in the words of another
I" could
wjofficial matter,on the line! be grown almost anywhere from comparing
*f. Mitchell, the companion of Mr. high. Grendora Penfield has also forsaken the the St. Lucie River south, and claimed her life to the crystal drops of the night .' .

Pddty in the Signal service office, came Capt. Lyman's ways are ways of pleasantness ] I ranks of the single blessed, her wedding that, with proper care,'it would do wellon glittering among. the flowery petals: 1
Is and thoughtlessly asked "Is one and stick out as prominently as I, havin taken place on the 16th inst., and nearly every variety of soil. The pa "Early bright, transient, chaste. morning dew, .:
pound of The schooner Bessie B.. ere this is settled in her new home in Toledo :She' sparkled,was exhaled and went to heaven I"
tobacco enough to last you a his sore thumb. per was ordered incorporated in the min- .
,tFfek r' Seeing the thou htful state of repainted and refitted, is ready for sea- Ohio. :Miss Penfield will be remem- utes and a general discussion of the'subject Thus, ever since the flowers faded and ;: .
4IUo Fide,'a face, he continued: <"\VhatlII.loluendingr' not 'so the captain's thumb. Thumb bered by many friends here, who wish was then indulged in, in which the the gems of pearly dew ceased to shine, 1 +
: things are interesting-felons are not. her much joy. prominent fact was brought out that, in Eden, the Death Angel has been beck- .

'ith eyes and eery muscle of his face The Corrinne, of Daytona, Captain although nearly all authorities claim oning some sweet soul away to the Para
rigid and denoting the expression of aID The big sloop Oliver has given placeon Harry Shaw's schooner, is out on Mr. that it takes about 21 years for this tree dise of its Lord.Treasuring .
whoso motber-inlaw has just died the ways to the pacht Deerhound. McFadden's ways. The Manatee is just to fruit, we have them here in bearing in our hearts the fragrant
IQs totes which came with arks and Capt. Hunt is making many improve- off and eight others are awaiting their only six and seven years from the seed, memory of our friend; let us endeavor,
JJJJfctot of the sound of the telegraphic: ments in his commodious craft-patent turn. Capt. McFadden has been kept ana it was thought that, with a little by the grace of God, to follow her to theflowery
rament, Mr.. Eddey murmured <"< Ittsh water-closets, etc..and she will soon be very busy all summer-has had both the forcing, they could be .made to bear in meads of the Heavenly Paradise.
II I It is,of-fish! It is luf.fiab-ient!I" ready for the anticipated rush of sight- White and Georgiana out for repair*, five or less years. After some generaland This life is short at the best, and.in a
Rtre Charlie Carlin, who had made seers. beside many smaller craft. Being determined varied discussion the society ad- little while we each shall reach the borders

: conspicuous by saying nothing A startling rumor permeates the cir- to keep up with the times and journed. Their next meeting will be at of shadowy valley. Yet following _
f&rt tiro minutes, asked "Do you think cumambient. They say Pandora's box ahead of all competitors, Capt. Me. has the east side school house the first Sat- in the footstep of the saintly host who
iu* are able to catch another big bass i" has arrived in Juno. Capt. Charlie and begun to put in a set of ways and powerto urday in November, with the cocoanutas have preceded us in the'way, we may a j

., t.l*feel d e-fieh, I feel de-fish, I feel deTJJfirt the Illinois have gone to investigate and pull out vessels as large or larger than subject, the opening paper to be prepared confidently ,approach the brink of the
/' came from Mr. Eddey. take a horn. But there is a balm in the SL Lu ie. Capt. Me is having a well- 'by County Surveyor George W. dark river, cheered by the prospect of ':
__ O'Brien caught one that weighed Gilead, my friends. There is a dernier deserved success in his business and will Potter. soon 'meeting again with our loved and'lost "
QV Pounds when he was here" said resort left us. I have a 600 pound bale soon be prepared with equipments so it SAM. never more to be separated from
.," l which is untrue of cotton buried in the sand on the beach, will not be necessary for boats to go to them. Thus will the words of the poet* '
ne is a fish-he is 'ef-fish-len t," ass near Hillsboro. Reserving 25 pounds for Jacksonville for repair. Announcement.I be at last verified our own experience:
"d.bir. *Onr dying friends are pioneers to smooth
Eddey. auditoriums I will cheerfully
my own We saw Captain Hector's store. last hereby announce myself a candidatefor Our rugged pass to death;to break those ban
: MATTHEW WALKER. donate the balance to the public-each Saturday, some fine pines ,and' lemons Town Marshal at the coming election, Of terror and abhorrence Nature thrpws 1 1'CroSI
JEHniRlOct.lV89.Meyers: applicant to be supplied pro rata, according our obstructed way, and thus to mike
and sail-area from his St. Kilda t>Iantation: The pines pledge the people my honest endeavorto Welcome, as safe, our port from every storm."
to the length, beam were of the Egyptian ;Queen and Key fill the office creditably if elected, and ,
t Announcement.bfrJ of his'ears-amicable Capt. Geo. 'Potter Largo varieties. The latter were the hope to receive the support of my friends Bucklen's Arnica Salve., .

ohn himself air measurer. largest".we, ever saw of that kind ,and ana a majority of the votes cast on that .
announces RUTHVEN. THE BEST SALVE in the world for Cuts .
waoifcfc were tho.u&htby nearly everyone *o. be occasion. HENRY i iTU&
for marshal at the 'coming Q Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fe-
L 2election. The'manner in which the PortoRico., The lemons were from trees
Sores 'l.et Hands Chilblains
For Sale.A Catarrh ver er, Chapped
Sbiloh'i Remedy for Catarrh
positive cure
which
buds when
h&ha old
i ip has been conducted during were' one year Diptberia. and Canker Month. Sold fcy DJck Corns and all Skin Eruptions,
sl ort tim be has held this office he one-horse wagon and one dumpcartboth planted two years ago and were remark- son & Gre).TitnsriHe,Fla. and positively cures Files or no pay re-,:
,r will convince the people !of his new. Will be sold at a very low ably fine, particularly for the first crop, quired. It Is guaranteed to give perfect
air jy to perform the duties creditably, rate. H. C. CARTER, Blacksmith, loca- being very smooth and thin-skinned and The Ber.. *'.-Thaler, of Bourbon, Ini, *ayt': satisfaction money rerund ed. Price
i hopes to secure their solid sup- tion near water. tank,Titusville, Fla. the best and most salable size, running "Both myself Cure.and "wife Sold owe by oar Dickson lire &to Grey Shiloh'sConsumption Ti- 25 cents per box. For. sale by Dixon &
,.teI( 274t. about 250 or 300 to the box. The penin. tuadUe,FJa. of;; Grey. 10-19. 4

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but that also was a"failure. Then ue marts of trade whose fortunes have XOTICE.

LOST STRENGTH.HIS ( sacs, .'W rn ray locks into web and been the result of a wife's frugality. County Court, Bretard Fr-u.
Four hands have been achieving that Wants
that Will bind meT yet that also was a 19 Bg.tlu County Judy fur ariJ"'
failure. But at last you see how she estate'two at the store, two at the
of 'him. home. The burdens of life are comparatively To all to whom these presets .
MISFORTUNE DUE.TO' 'A BAD coaxed it out Unimportant aL.
actions in life that involve no moral, light when there are other come, greeting: -.'
WOMAN'S WILES. hands to help us l them. The great -0J. -
I principle may without injury be sub Whereas Mary:T.Cleveland
tad
'J jected to ardent persuasions, but as est difficulties have often slunk away ome Twichell. applied to this -
;f. "Xhr. TaZmage Preaches on the Various soon as you have come to the line that because there were four eyes to look letters of administration on tetra.ec rt '"
them out of countenance. What care J. S W A TSDN & 001 -*
.. # no inducement Sopbronius Twicbtll. deceanil.
l; I Wars Good BeD Are ,Sometimes Shorn separates rightfrom wrong. btt
\ I or blandishment ought to make you for the hard knocks in the world said Brevard county.these areobertfj?
'r"'f. of Their Strength-Full Text of His Dis-
step over it. Suppose a man hasbeen as long as you have a bright domestic to cite and admonish all and *fezidi3i
; :. coarse Sept. 29. I you brought in a Christian house- circle for harbor I One cheerful wordin kindred and creditors of said tfceajj

.J. BBOOKLYK, Sept 29.-After expounding hold and taught up sacredly to observe the evening tide as you come in has FORWARDINGAND to be and appear before this CottrLotZ
f, the appropriate passages of Sabbath. Sunday comes; you want silenced the clamor of unpaid notes before the lath day of November.J. F1S59.
I and the disappointment of poor invest and file objections if any| *
Scripture in the Brooklyn: Tabernaclethis fresh air. Temptation says, "Sunday |
morning, the Rev. T. De Witt is just like other days; now don't be ments. Your table may be quite frugally to the granting letters a=aforesaidt,
spread but it seems more beautiful COMMISSION wise the same will be:jrante l as
D. D. out the praM
Talmage. hymn:
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bigoted; we will ride forth among the to you than many: tables that In testimony whereof. I have
So let oar lips tad Hres express works of God j the whole earth is his smoke with venison and blush with officially set my band and seal, thil_

So The lee hoIjEcepel oar wcrt s we aDd profess Yirtues;shoe temple; ve will not go into any dissi- Burgundv. Peace meets you at the day of SepL1SS9.MINon

To prove the doctrine aH dirioe. pations; some, now, I have the carriage door, sits beside you at the table, lightsup S. Jojti.
The subject of Dr. Talmage's sermon engaged and we shall be back the evening stand, and sings in the MERCHANTS 21-6t. COUatr JMaser's .

\ was: "The shorn locks of Samson." soon enough to go to church in the nursery. You nave seen an aged couple I --
He took for his text Judges xvi, 5: evening; don't yield to Puritanic notions who for scores of years have helped Sale.
"Entice him, and see wherein his ; you will oe no worse for a ride each other on in life's pilgrimage going Under and byt"1rtueof decree_
great strength lieth, and by what in tho country; the blossoms are out down the steep of years. Long FLORIDA. out of the Circuit Court of the Snflii
TITUSVILLE
means we may prevail against him, and they say everything is looking I association has made them much alike. Judicial Circuit of Florida, la u4"
glorious." "Well, I will to please at the advent they re\"anl ,in a certain
that we may bIn him to afflict him; go They rejoiced same county C21Ue
," is the And out they bent cradle -:oWE :-- in pending wherein tti. II. )
tad we will give thee every one of us you response. I over the same they weptat lam 1a
eleven hundred pieces of silver." The go over the street, conscience drownedin the same grave. In the evening complainant and George AItrteu4.lvnie
< .sermon was as follows: the clatter of the swift hoofs and they sit quietly thinking of the past WANT Altree,his wife.are defendants,I-a.
THE STRENGTH OF 8A3ISON. the rush of the resounding wheels. mother knitting at the stand father in as Master in Chancery, sell at pojfe
One thousand pounds, or about five That tempted man may have had moral his arm chair at the fire. THE CONFIDENCE OF THE PEOPLE outcry. to the highest and twnU3&
thousand dollars of character enough to break the green for cash. on Monday, the fourth&j t(
our money, were
thus offered for the capture of a giant withes of ten thousand Philistine allurements Now and then a grandchild comes WE WANTYou November. A. D.lSS the saneltk ,
It'would take a skillful but he has been overcome and they look at him with affection legal sale day. between the le;:il 6ssn
photographist be Come and See Us of sale.in front of the Court IIO'Ji'
by coaxing. untold and come well nigh spoilinghim to sure to !_
to picture Samson 2* he really was. in the town of Titusville. Brevandea
Two men passing down this with kindnesses. The life cur- When to town. &
The most facile words are not supple young you come Florida, the
following described
enough to describe him. He was a street coi 10 opposite a drinking saloon rents beat feebly in their pulses and ty.estate to-wit: Beginning ml ,
with lantern from the their work will be done and the on a p*
giant and a child; the conqueror andthe a revs hung out soon WE WANTTo road leading from WilUnTt
door to light men to perdition. "Let Master will call A few short days start to
defeated able to lion's jaw \ :
; snap Talk to You. Kockledge at a post being four I mht
and yet captured by the sigh of a us go in," says one. "No, I won't," may separate them, but, not far apartin and ninety-eight i (-I; s) feet JOCfJa"qe
maiden. He was ruler and slave; a says the other; "I never go to such time of departure, they join each WE WANTTo section line; thence east to the II It
commingling of virtue and vice, the places." "Now, you don't say you are other on the other side the flood. of street and to the northwest ecrrrrtf
x sublime an the ridiculous; sharp as weak as that. Why, I have been Side by side let Jacob and Rachel be Work With You. the lot owned by Joyner& Booth TN-
enough to make a good riddle, and going there for two years and it hasn't buried. Let one willow overarch theirgraves. builders); thence south fifty 50; fetS tit I
yet weak enough to be caught in the hurt me. Come, come now, be a man. Let their tombstones stand WE WANTTo post; thence to the above-raestfcctd ,
If can't stand anything alike marked with the same Scripture. road thence north to
most superficial stratagem; honest you stronger, Post You the Markets. public ; pit tl
enough to settle his debt, and yet outrageously take a little she'ry.'ou need to see Children and grandchildren will come on beginning; said land bnujjboraHn I
robbing somebody else to the world as it is. I don't believe in in the spring time to bring flowers. WE WANT the nonh by F. E. Wood, nit fll__ >

get the material to pay it; a miracle intemperance any more than you. I The patriarchs; of the town will come Joyner & Booth, omb by Toafi s ;
and a scoffing; a crowning glory anda can stop drinking just when I wantto. and drop a tear over departed worth. To Ship For You and See to Your Ship and west by county road. Said df'!criW 1
burning shame. There he stands, You shall go. Now come right Side by side at the marriage altar. ments here. land being situated in lam lot threeflj
looming up above other a moun- along." Persuasion has conquered. Side by side in the long journey. Side of section thirty-three (3T tower 'I
lain of flesh; his arms bunched with Samson yields to the coaxing and by side in their graves. After life's WE WANTTo : twenty-four (24 south range t&nj-sx:
muscle that can lift the gate of a city; there is carnival in hell that night fitful fever they slept welL east. according to government farnj;
with all the
either Handle of the together spportoava:
most
the Philistines and they shout SOME HISTORIC CASES. Buy or
taking an attitude defiant of armed among thereunto in
men and wild beasts. His hair had "Ha! ha I We've got him." Those But there are, as my subject su<*- Fruit and Produce of* this sectionof pertaining.belonging or anrwbe* if

never been cut, and it rolled down in who have the kindest and most sympathetic grests, domestic scenes not so tranquU. the country. Terms cash. Purchaser to fer
par
seven great plaits over his shoulders, natures are the most in dan What a curse to Job and Potipharwere titles.
1 i adding to his fierceness and terror. ger. Your very disposition to please their companions, to Ahab was WE WANT Dated this 2Sth day of DtcmJxt
The Philistines want to conquer him, others will be the very trap they set Jezebel, to Jehorani was Athaliah, to D.lsSS3. .1
and therefore they must find out If you were cold and harsh and severe John Weslev was Mrs. Wesley, to You to Know, if we cannot Buy Your WALTER S. G&IHII. I
where the secret of his strength lies. in your nature you would not be tampered Samson was belilah. While the most Products, We Can Ship it for You. Master in Chancery BretartlCfc.

1 t. There is a woman living in the valley with. People never fondle a excellent and triumphant exhibitionsof James T. Sanders.
of Sorek bv the name of Delilah. hedgehog. The most sentimental character we find among the women WE WANT 24 Complainant's Solid:e<
' They appoint per the agent in the Greenlander never kisses an iceberg. of history, and the world thrills
e case. The Philistines are secretedin The warmth and susceptibility of your with the names of :Marie Antoinetteand You to help us to make Titusville a MASTER'S SiLE.

the same building, and then nature will encourage the sIren. Josephine, and Joan of Arc and distributing point for the Productsof
' Delilah goes to work and coaxes Though strong as a giant, look out forDelilah's Maria Theresa and hundreds others, the river, and sell our By virtue of and in accordance' w&s '
Samson to tell what is tho secret of scissors. Samson, the strongest who have; ruled in the brightest homes Products here. certain decree of the Circuit Court,of tk J
his strength. "Well," he says "if man who ever lived was overcome and sung the sweetest cantos, and enchanted Seventh Judicial Circuit of the s tats if. I.
,
should take withes by coaxing. the nations with their art Florida,in and for BnTardanmtjiadJI.
you seven green WE WANTIn
such as they fasten wild beasts with, WHAT BAD WOJIEN: CAN DO. and swayed the mightiest of scepters, cery, granted on the third dal of Araa1S&9

and put them around me, should be Again, this narrative teaches us the on the other hand the names of Mary fact to save you money, and can do it wherein, in J.a M.certain Lee L cane;complainant;; therein and poof Harriet ,

perfectly powerless." So she binds power of an ill disposed woman. In the First of England, Margaret of if you will help us. P. Wilkinson and ". L HagkleSl
him the portrait gallery of Bible France Julia of Rome and
with the Elizabeth
seven green withes. queens we defendants I A. W. Cockrell Jr II...
,
Then she claps her 'hands, and says, find Abigail and Ruth and Miriam and Petrowna of Russia have scorched the WE WANT ter in Chancery pro JMC rifle, shall tfpCMir
They come-the Philistines!I" andhe Vashti and Deborah, but in the rogues' eye of history with their abomina- sale, and sell at public auction,for e4i
walks out as though there were no gallery; of a police station you' find then1..b11 tions, and their names, like banished You to know we are head-quarters for hand,to the highest and best bidder 0a$

impediment She coaxes him again, :Ioq r\t women ae well no mrmDelilah's spirits, have gone shrieking and cursing Vegetables, Crates, etc. the legal hours for public sale,on}& &,
and says, "Now tell me the secret of picture belongs.i;the rogues* through the _world. In female the fourth day of ovember, ISS9.n feat
this great strength: ;" and he replies, gallery, but she had more power than biographv we find the two extremes WE WANTTo of the Court House door at TittmiBe,a
"If you should take some ropes that all Philistia armed with sword and of excellence and crime. Woman said county of Brevard.. certain realettt
have never been used, and tie me with spear. She could carry off the iron stands nearest the gate of heaven or Sell you your Orange Boxes and described as follows
them I should be just like other gates of Samson's resolution as easilyas nearest the door of helL When Orange Wraps, and will do it if you That certain lot of land on whki stag
} men." She ties kim with the ropes, he shouldered the gates of Gaza. adorned by grace she reaches a pointof will the hotel known as the "Hotel In<&a"
claps her hands and shouts, "They The force that had killed the lion Christian elevation which man come to see use er" and all that certain tract of teto M

come-the Philistines!" He walks which one day plunged out fierce cannot attain, and when blasted of which is an orange grove, the t3 lo* ,
outas easy as he did before-not a sin- from the thicket uttcr'Iy succumbs to crime she sinks deeper than man can WE WANT containing in all about seventy acres,w J
gle obstruction. She coaxes him the silken net which Delilah weaves plunge. Yet I am glad that the in- You to know that we are Agents for the which were conveyed to the dehfldast 1
again, and he says, "Now, if you for the jgiant. He who had driven an stances in which woman makes utter Ocala Rock Lime, and will furnish the several deeds of A. Land E.F
should take these seven long plaits of army m riotous retreat with the shipwreck of character are comparatively which deeds are duly recorded in the sip
hair, and by this house loom weave' bleached jaw bone, smiting them hip rare. it low down. of the clerk of the circuit court of said t

them into a web, I could not get and thigh with great slaughter, now But says some cvnical spirit, ty,a more particular description*&ttt '*
away." So the house loom is rolled falls captive at the feet of an unworthy what do you do with those words in WE WANT as follows: Beginning on the Jed*- '
up, and the shuttle flies backward and troman. Delilah in the Bible Ecclesiastes where Solomon says: "Be- You to know that burn between sections three and four ia T**>
forward and the long plaits of hair stands in the memorable company of hold, this have I found, saith the we our own ship t..entl-five.l2Uth of Range rtJJ
1 are woven into a web. Then she Adah, and Zillah, and Bathsheoa, and preacher, counting one by one to find Oyster-Shell Lime, and, of course, east, at a square monument store BSffn
claps r her hands, and says "They Jezebel, and Athaliab,and Herodias. out the account: which yet my soul can give you bottom prices. with a letter MWn thence due east %.**II-**
41 come I the Philistines I" How deplorable the influence of such seeketh, but I find not: one man hundred and fifty feet, more or lea,
He walks out as easily as he did be- in contrast with Rebecca and Phoebe among a thousand have Ifound; buta WE WANT dian Hirer thence northerly aJeq'-
fore, dragging a part of the loom with and Huldah and Tryphona and Je h- woman among all those have I not river two hundred feet, more or Jest lIS k J.
him. But after awhile she persuadeshim tha's daughter and Mary, the motherof found?" My answer is that if Solomon You to know that we handle Cement south line of a lotei land parchajcdL.andE. .,..
F. Hatch of K. C.1I11
to tell the truth. He says: "If Jesus. While the latter glitter in had behaved himself with com- and Plaster Hair. dea,
due west along said line to s<<
you should take'a razorr orshears, and the firmament of God's word like constellations mon decency and kept out of infamous above named thence doe sooth alcsf -
cut off this long hair, should be pow with steady, cheerful, holy circles he would not have had much WE WANTTo section line two, hundred feet,mon< erless'and in the, hands of my ennues. light, the former shoot like baleful difficulty in finding integrity of char- to the place of beginning also that '
ajjr
Samson sleeps, and, that she meteors across the terrified heavens, acter among women and never would impress upon your minds that we piece or parcel of land, being; a p**** I
may not wake him up during the process ominous of war, disaster and death. have uttered such a tirade. Ever since represent Ko. three,in section \o.. three T
of shearing, help is called in. You If there is a divine power in the good my childhood I have heard speakers Thompson &. Edwards, twenty-fiye south of Ran thirtJ.-k i
know that the barbers of the east have mother, her face bright with purity, admiring Di$nes, the cynical philosopher of Chicago, commencing on the bank of tH ....
such a skillful way of manipulating an unselfish love beaming from her who lived in'a tub, for going River at the dividing line bets 1IIJ
the head, to this very day they'will eye a gentleness that by pangs and through the streets of Athens in broad The largest manufacturers of Fertil-: three and four, thence west, ruasisf
put a man, wide awake, sound aslee ,sufferings and holy anxieties has been daylight with a lantern, and when izers in the west, and keep constantlyon said dividing-line between Jots **.,
hear the blades of the shears grinding 'mellowing d softening for many a asked what he did that for, said: "1 hand the following brands of their four, eighteen hundred and fifrf *T
against,each other, and I see the year,.uttering itself in every syllable, am looking for an honest man." NowI Goods: feet, more or less, to the section lat**Ting
long rocks falling off. The shears, or a dignity that cannot be dethroned warrant that that philosopher who sections three and four, Urtoee **5
razor, axomplashes: what green withesand united with the playfulness that will had such hard work to find Honest World of Good, for Orange Trees. along said section line four hoafe* into
new ropes and house loom could not be checked, her .hand the charm man was himself dishonest I think World of Good, for Truckers eighteen and 64-100 feet thence east a *
not do. 'Suddenly she claps her hands that will instantly take pain out of the he stole both the lantern and the tub. Pure, fine Ground Bone. line parallel to dividing 1iDe kg'-

and mys: "The Philistines' be upon child's worst wound, her presence a So, when I hear a man expatiating on Blood Bone and Potash. said lots three and four fifteen btu
thee, Samson He rouses up with a perpetual benediction, her name our the weaknesses of women,I immedi- eighty feet to Indian Biyer, th
struggle, but his strength is all gone! defense when we are tempted, her ately suspect him and say there Is another Chicago Bone Meal. along the margin pf said nrfou _
He is in the hands of his enemies! I memory an outgushing well of tears Solomon with Solomon's wisdom Dissolved Bone. and ninety feet, more or les, to tk

hear the groan of the giant as they and oongratulation thanksgiving, left out Still, I would not have the of beginning. above describe*
take his eyes out. and then I see him her heaven a palm waving and a coronal illustrations have given of transcending WE WANT or parcels of land eznhraciBf tkt sas, ?d
staggering on in his blindness, feeling ; then there is just as great an in- excellency in female biography known as the"Hotel Indian lU
his way as he goes 'on toward Gaza. fluence in the opposite direction in the lead you to suppose that there are no You to know we keep on hand the orange grove known the;;:;-fe* '" '
The prison door is opened and the bad mother her brow beclouded withungoverned perils in woman's pathway. God's Sulphate of Potash, grove. Also the 8Outh-eastqnatter. '

giant is thrust in. He sits down andputs passion,'her eye flashing grace alone can make an Isabella Land Plaster, I south-east quarter section wsrT f"'J'|
his hands with unsanctified fire her twenty-fly; south of Range thirtY ::
the mill the
on crank. lips Graham or a Christina Also or a W va'south
also
CanaoXH. W. four
'which with fountain of fretfulness and Fidelia flske Ashes, hundred and tightees:
exhausting horizontal depravity : : ,or Catherine of Siena. end !tlf aI
of the
northeast
satout goes day after day, week after her example a mildew and, a blasting) Temptations lurk'about_the brightest Tobacco Stems and south-east of said qJect. .
jreek month after month her name a disgrace to domestic Cotton quarter "
-work. coming gen- circle. It was no unmeaning Seed ) eat. Township r nty.finJ sooth oft
work workl The consternation of erations, her memory a signal for bit- thing when God ,set: up amidst the ty-tixeast, measurement 10the
the world in captivity,his locks shorn, terest anathema, her eternity a whirl- splendors of his word the character of WE WANT sonth-ea corner of said dew'

his eyes punctured, grinding corn inGaza. wind and a suffocation- and a darkness. infamous Delilah,, You to Give Us a Trial on something.WE of land, and togo'north losg tds+eesd a.....
In a previous sermon on this One wrong headed, wrong hearted HOW THEY LOSE THEIR STBENOTH, lines between sections three aid feW i.tr
character I learned some lessons, but mother may ruin one child, and that Again,-this strange story of the text WANTTo distance of four hundred aDd i
another class of lessons are before us one child, grown up. may destroy a !leads me to consider some of,the ways thence west oa!-ClUancr of a DWe,.
.BOW. hundred people and the hundred blasta in
Learn first how very strong people thousand,.and the thousand a mill- shorn. God,, for some reason best honest dealings, awe mean business. corner between aid lots ol bad be ie-
are sometimes coaxed into great imoecQities. ion. ''The'wite's sphere' is,a realm of known to hnnanlf; made 'the strengthof scribed thence a quarter of a >iai ." >
Samson had no right to renal honor'and power almost unlimited. Samson to depend on the'length of TRY US.Bespectfully. place of beginning, together wi ..!!
the secret of his What a blessing was Sarah to Abra- his hair and b
strength, Deli- ; when the, shears clipped, it -: :- Appurtenances, tenements
Jab' first attempt' find out is a ham, was Deborah to Lamdoth, was his strength was 'gon The' strength menta thereunto belonging or fa

failure.. He Bays: "Green withes will Zippbrah to Moses was Huldan toThere of men is var i UsIydistributed.. Sometimes appertaining.
WIld sae,",but It was a failure; Then um. !! sin phvsJcal, Development,. October d,16Sa.q .
e' _!?A navy toge.will hold l1':1" are multitudes of men_ 1n.. the ,J. S, WATSON: &, CO W. eoaWTYJs"JiI'o.l : .
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etifnloetimes es In IntellectuaT attainment, I A WORD TO THE WISE. the-pasf or resent fill re-any Iesson of Pianos & FLORIDA.

in heart force, sometimes I.say this not because I expect to reclaim overwhelming value to teach us he OrgansTUNED .
Iocial position, sometimes in finan- any one that has gone astray in certainly does not believe. That the --

,Sl accumulation; and there is always this fearful path, but because I wantto poetry, the architecture, the plastic AND REPAINED. TILE TROPIC TRUNK LINE'

sharP shears ready to destroy utter a warning for those who still arts, can be used to make life more Jacksonville, Tampa, and

s r-ery day there are Samsons ungiant- maintain their integrity. The cases beautiful, more happy, better worth G. W. SCHUYLER
Ke11.est
of reclamation of those who have he understands at best System.
fi I saw a young man start in life living, very
under the most cheering advantages. given themselves fully up to an imperfectly. Perhaps he is open to P. O. INDIANOLA, BREVARD CO.,

acute mind was at homo in all impure life are so few, probablyyou conviction. Is a proper effort being FLORIDA. Schedules in Effect May 26,1889.

Sentific dominions. He reached not do not know one of them. exerted to make him realize all this? Trains of this line run on Central Stand-

ell rug d attainments, but hv I have seen a good many start American men read to a moderate extent All work warranted. References fur- ard Time, and arrive and depart from theJ. -
cal/Sicato appreciation he could catch out on that road. How many haveI The women of America have nished. Charges only for work actually T., & K. W. and S. F. & Union de

tinge of the cloud and tho sparkleof seen come back Not one thatI large leisure, a liberal share of influ- done-not for travelling expenses. pot.

the the wave and the diapason of the now think of. It seems as if the ence in home and social life, and Will make a trip to Lake Worth about West India Fast Mall.

thunder. He walked forth in life spell of death is on them and no human surely, also, a lofty consciousness of 1st of October, attending to any orders No. 27 No-14

and shoulders above others in voice or the voice of God can their duty as mothers of the race thatis received before that time. 23-3mo. 1 00 p m..Lv Jacksonville Ar..6 30 a m

mental stature. He could wrestle break the spell. Their feet are hop- to be. To them, it may be chiefly 1 54 p m..Green Cove Spring.5 15! a m

rith giants in opposing systems of pled, their wrists are handcuffed. They we may hopefully appeal. FOR 2 40 p m.....PalatkaJunction.4 28 a m'
$3,000.ELIGIBLYLOCATED
philosophy and carry off the gates ofopposing have around them a girdle of reptiles Again, there is a widespread feeling 2 4.Spm......... ..Palatka...........4 26 a m
tr schools and smite the ene- bunched at the waist, fastening themto that American literature is not 3 23 P m..liuntin tun.........3 24 a m

sit1augtiter.es of truth hip and thigh with great an iron doom; every time they holding the height attained in the last 3 42 p m........ ..Seville ...........3 00 a m
But he began to tamper breathe the forked tongues strike them generation. The subject is quite too 4 20 p m..DeLand Junction..2 00 a m

nth brilliant free thinking. Modern and they strain to break away until large for a reviewer, possibly rather 4 30 p m..Orange City Junc..l 48 a m

theories of the soul threw over him the tendons snap and the blood exudes too serious for a professed optimist. ORANGE GROVE 5 15 pm...........SanforiL.........1 15 a. m

their blandishments. Skepticism was ; and amidst their contortions But if our literature is losing, or in 5 57 p in-......Winter Park......11 53 p m

Delilah that shore his locks off they cry out: "Take me back to my danger of losing, its vital power, its 6 13pm..........Orlando..........11 40 p m
a the all the Philistines of doubt and father's house. Where is mother hold on the national power, may we ON INDIAN RIVER 7 25 p m.........Kissimmee........10 50 p m

and&rkncss and despair were upon him. Take mehome I Take me home!1" not find a partial explanation in the 10 13pm..........Tampa........... 7 40 P m

He died in a very prison of unbelief Do I stand before a man today the fact that a great body of men, claim- IN FINE THRIFTY CONDITION. 10 45 p m...Ar Port Tampa Lv.. 6 50 p m

Ii-, his out. locks of whose strength are being toy- ing, no doubt justly; that they have Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars bet veen

i Far eyes back in the country districts- ed with, let me tell you to escape lest accumulated knowledge worthy to be THREE HUNDRED 4 FIFTY TREES, at New Kissimmee York and for Tampa, daily.Nos.Xo 27 stops
14 and 27
the shears of destruction take widely disseminated nevertheless dis- supper.
where I purposely! omit to say- your ,
just connect at Port with
If Tampa Plant Steam-
moral and spiritual integrity. Do dain to learn and the art of
here was born one whoso fame will your practice Line for
i Two Hundred in Good Bearing. ship Key West and Havana. Ships
not sandals
ill list as long as American institutions. you see your beginnIng to adequate and graceiul expression sail from Port Tampa on Mondays and
Ii 01s name was the terror of all enemies curl on that red hot path This day Atlantic Monthly. Thursdays on arrival of trains. No. 27

' d free government He stood, the in the name of Almighty God I tear African Railroads. connects at Palatka Junction with the Flor-
off the beautifying veil and the
embroidered ida Southerr
WILL GUARANTEE A NET INCOME Railway.
uncovered mantle of this old hag of According to a Brussels telegram, the .
I IfI iniquity and I show the ulcers construction of the line of railway from TRAINS BETWEEN DELAND JUNCTION AND
w moke senates sat breathless under the you FROM PRESENT CROP,
ipelL The plotters against good government i and the bloody ichor and the cancered Metazi to Stanley Pool will require four DELAND.Lv .

! attempted to bind him with : lip and tho parting joints and the years, and will cost one million sterling. OF 10 PER CENT. ON PRICE. DeLand No91 No89 No87 NoR No83

! withes and weave his locks in a I macerated limbs and the wriggling The whole undertaking is in the handsof Junction: Op 10:45p 2:45p 1.'.':40p 8::>Oa

! green tab yet ho walked forth from the enthraUment i putrefaction, and I cry out, Oh, hor- a Belgian company, under the patron- Ar DeLand..llt)5p) 4:4p S.OOp 12:55p 9:05a

, not knowing he had burst I ror of horrors 1 In the stillness of this age of the government. The length of ADDRESS, Ar Deland No82 No84 Xo86 Xo88 N09
bond. But from the winecuptherenose Sabbath hour I lift a warning. Re- the line will be about 800 miles and Junction.8:35a:
LOCI LOX 246 TITUS 'ILLE 12:15p 2:20p 4:15p 10:30p
member it is much easier to form bad ,
a destroying spirit that came will extend from the western coast to Lv DeLandS:20a 1 :OOp 2.05p 4:00p 10:10p
fi i. forth to capture his souL He drank habits than to get clear of them; in the very heart of Africa.. It is expected FLORIDA. 9 Trains 88 and 89 run daily, all others

ttfltfl his eyes grew dim and his knees one minute of time you may get intoa that the opening* buch an import.* daily except Sudday.
ij
t. knocked together and his strength sin from which all eternity cannot railway will ultimately be the meat: HAS South Florida ..\ecommoclution.No.3. .
' Exhausted with (ois get you out q VEENKpDWNTO cat
fiiled. lifelong beneficial and powerful means of civilization Xo. '6.
. si|* ions be went home to die: Min Oh, that the voiceof God's truth in Africa, and put a practical i08Eo aTTHfio 8 30 a m..Jacksonville Ar.6 45 m
drown the voice of Delilah. p
t pronounced eloquenteulogiums, Come might into the of check to the slave trade.-Once a Week. FAIL SUPE1ztDR H G C t) 33 a m..Green Cove Spring..5 44 p m
ways pleasantnessand 10 2.1: ..
EMICAL1N a m .PalatkaJunction..4 50
1 and poets sung, and painters sketched, the paths of peace, and by the Either Melts or Shrinks. CL1RE KNOWN EH JACKSONWUEFLA.C 0. 10 35 am...........Palatka...........4 45pm p m

! and scujptors chiseled the majestic grace of a pardoning God start for Science tells us that gold melts at 2,485 IT03DAYS EMEDY 11 17 a m....... Huntington- ......4 00 p m

, ford into marble, and the world wept thrones of honor and dominion upon degs. We have known it to run away .- % 11 40 a m............Seville ...........3 SU p m
i bat T'tywhero it was known that which you may reign, rather than like frost in the summer sun, if you ever 12 34 p ra... DeLand Junction ...2 43 p m
it was strong drink that came like the travel the road to a dungeon where saw such a thing, out of doors, when the DIXON & GRAY, Wholesale Agents.; 12 48 p m... Orange City June ...2 27 p m
If infamous Dili lab and his locks were the destroyed grind in the mills of despair 1 20 p m......Ar Sanford Lv......1 55 m
down in the cellar and the p
locks mercury was "Way Down Upon the Suwannee -
thorn. their shorn and their eyes Daily between Jacksonville and Pal atka
,
From the Island of Corsica there out. racing on the ice better than at any other River." daily except Sunday south of Palatka. \o.

stated forth a nature charged with time during the whole winter. Doesn'trequire From Branford, Fla., situated upon the 3 connects at Palatka with Fla. So.By.: '

l unparalleled energies to make thrones Three years hence the planet Mars much weather of either kind to romantic Suwannee River, :Messrs. Rouse Jacksonville and Sanford Accom

i tremble and convulse the earth. will be nearer to the earth than it has melt gold. In fact the colder the day is & Thomas write, under date of August 19, modation.

. Piedmont, Naples Bavaria, Germany, been for 515 years (A. D. 1377). As- for you, the faster it melts.-Burdette in. 1889: "Please forward us another gross of No. 5

i lit, Austria and England rose up to trologers and lovers of the marvelouswill Brooklyn Eagle. Johnson's Chill and Fever Tonic. Have 3 50 m..Lv Jacksonville Ar..12 So. 78
:' cmh the rising man. At the plunge oflaibajoneUBastiles be disappointed to hear that noth- sold out every bottle of last gross upon 5 44 p p m..GreenCoveSpring..J1 45 40 p m

, burst open. The ing of importance took place when your strict" guarantee, and not one bottle 7 22 p mPalatkaJunction.10 45 a a m m

: oath groaned with the agonies of Ri- Mars came a few million miles nearer VS7anted. returned. 7 50 p m..Palatka .........10 40 a m
e roli Austerlitz Bcragossaand Eylau. us than is his wont 9 8 50 ......
EVERYWHERE From letter from Graniteville S. C. p m -Iiuntin ton-...... 9 55 a m
AT ONCE ,
Fire million men slain In his wars. \ i dated a 9 22 p m.........JSeville.. .... ... 9 37 a m
Crowns were showered at his feet, and THE SCHOLAR IN AMERICA. MAN A 1 OR tpresentative WOMAN.' Profitable> Business. At the August of 50 26,1889 with:twenty-five 10 35 p m..Deland Junction... 8 49 a m
,
kingdoms hoisted triumphal arches to His Beal Value Is Not Appreciated by the LIBERAL PAY All time not necessary. active practice age 1 am a careful observerand yearsof 10 55 p m..Orange City June... 9 25.a ra.
let Iiim pass under, and Europe was Mass of the People. until December Special 25th.inducement Give references.offered cautious in endorsing proprietary med 11 50 p m..Ar Sanford Lv..,.. 8 05 a m

lighted up at the conflagration of consuming In his judgment of the scholar the 11. II. 'VOOD'V ARD*CO.,Baltimore.1\Id. icines, but I can conscientiously endorse Daily except Sunday.No. .
cities. He could almost have 24-4t .78 connects at Palatka Junction with
; average American citizen has usually your Johnson's Chill and Fever Tonic as
made causeway of human bones between only one definite idea-that he is a one of the best combination remedies for Florida Southern Railway.

I Lisbon and Moscow. No power dreamer quite out of contact with ac- ASTHMA CAN BE CURED. Chill and Fever I have ever seen used. It Sanford and Lake: Eustis Railway.
abort of omnipotent God could arrest tual life. Consider for a moment the A trl I!>oWe sent Free to corrects the vitiated secretions of the liver, LEAVE ARRIVE
! him. But out of the ocean of human genuine amazement and dismay with Anyone afflicted. DB.TAFT BRO.,Rochester,N.Y. relieves costiveness, and promotes the ab- No. 113 No. Ill No. 110 No 112

blood there arose a spirit in which the which the average citizen regards a HINDERCORNS.The sorbtion and assimilation of food. thus fulfilling 5:10 p m 4:30 a m-Sanford-8:20 a 8:45 pm'

conqueror found more than match. serious attempt on the part of educated only sun Cure for Corns Stope all pain. Thimres all the indications claimed for it 5:27 p m 4:59 a m..Paola..7:69 a *>:22'pm .
do very ambition that'had rocked thesorld to exert their due influence in comfort to the feet.ISc.at Dragtriita. Hisoox&Co.,N.T. Yours truly, 5:50 p m 5:57 a m.SorrentoJ7:34: a 7:40 pm
was now to be his destroyer. It men A T. P. EDWARDS, }I. D. 6:04 p m 6:17 a mMtDora.722 a 7:20 pm
the solution of a great political or eco BTT CONSUMPTIVE
for too much and in its effort 6:16 p m 6:30 a m.Tavares..7:10 a 7:00
pm
pasped nomic problem. He seems to lookUp Hare you l'o 1Pb.J.Dmnchttl Asthma Indigestionf Use
kit all He reached after the PARKER'S TONIC. 1t has cared The claim made for this medicine is a Daily except Sunday. No. 113 connectsat
I up scep: them somewhat as he would Ul .11 casesandI fftEeBSt wm dy for all ills arWngfrosaesDtecttve
< O w
ter of universal dominion, but slipped ? of .....nutrition.. Take In time. M&andUXXPARKER'S modest one. We maintain that it is 100 Sanford with West India Fast Mail. No.,
watch monkeys escaped
and fell back into desolation'and ban- a group times better than Quine, and 100 years in 110 connects at Sanford with Jacksonvilleand
I Kiment The American dam- from their cage and engaged in some 1 advance of the profession in the treatmentof Sanford accommodation for points. .
I ship, mischief, the effects of which they all fevers,from the most malignant typesof North. .,
teed of the storm in 8tHflfna HAIR BALSAM
today puts ,
_
up be made to comprehend or '
cannot ; ,
'I and the to see the Cleanses and beautifies the hair. Billious Hemorrhagic fever to the sim- Indian River Express.. .. <
crew go up to substitute a simile somewhat more It. Promotes a luxuriant growth. plest form of "Chill and Fever." No. 27 '
pot where the French exile inkoeliness No 78
i expired complimentary,. that a throng of ex- Never Fails to Restore Gray For sale by all Druggists.A. .
1 00 m Lv.Jacksonville Ar..l2 45
and disgrace, the mightiest dictate Hairto its Youthful Color. p. p m
. Will citea passengers had attempted to PrereoU Dandruff and hair J.111ngQRATEFULCOMFORTINO. B. GIRARDEAU, Sole Prop'r, 2 40 m..Palatka Junction..lO 45
locks p
Samsons shorn of 'his bvabition p m
:<< 60o.and fl 00 at Dru
I that most merciless of all the management of a great ocean 21 Savannah, Ga. 2 48 p m..........Palatka..........10 40 p m

Delflahi? 1 steamer. ProclamationBy 3 42 p mSeville.......... 9 37 p m
I v- Of course no such view of scholarly 4 20 p m..DeLand Junction... 8 40 ra
hare not time to enumerate. 'Evil p
editions activity in the political field will be the Mayor of the lemon of Titusmtte, 4 57 p m.:......Enterprise......... 8 04 p m
sudden successes; spendthrift submitted to. The men who devote EPPS'S COCOA 6 50 .
habits and State of Florida.To p m- .Ar Titnsville Lv... 6 00 a m
miserly' proclivities their,lives to the study of the records Daily except Sunday. Steamers leave Ti-
jwpationare* the names of some of of human experience as transmitted in BREAKFAST."By all whom it may concern and the tusville daily.except Sunday, for all pointsto
wean with which men are every histo'and literature have not less, registered voters of the said town of Ti- Indian River as far south as Melbourne

JJJ made powerless.' They. have but infinitely; .more, claim to be heardon : whtch g a'veru thorough the operations knowledge of digestion of the natural and nutrition laws tusville: at 6:00 a m. Steamers leave 'Melbourne

wwn the earth with the carcasses,of any important subject ,than those and by a careful application of the fine properties Notice is hereby given that the annual Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at,5:00a
manta and filled the great prison house .engaged! only in the vulgar scramble I of well.selected Cocoa, Mr Epps has provided election of the officers of the town of Ti- m for all points south as far as Jupiter,
breakfast tables
li our with a delicatelyflavored -
I destroyed 'Samson' who'sit for wealth. Emerson's brief essay on beverage which may save us many heavy doe. tusville will be held at the Court Houseon connecting then with stage for Juno and all-

ing the mills 'of despair, 'their politics outweighs and will outlast all tors' bill. It is by the judicious use of such arti- the 28th day of October, A. D. 1889, landings on Lake Worth.

*horn and their eyes out If pa- the floods of campaign literature and cles of up diet until that strong a constitution enough to resist may be every graduallybuilt tend the same being the fourth Monday thereof Halifax River Express.No. .

1 t: only knew to what temptations selfish demagogic eloquence which ency to disease. Hundreds of subtle maladies are to elect one mayor, one marshal and 27 No. 78
I children were subjected they haye so often since then deluged the floating around us ready to attack wherever there collector of taxes, one clerk and treas- lOOp mM.Lv Jacksonville Ar-12 45 p m
'ld- be more earnest in their'prayers is a weak point We may escape many a fatal shaft 2 42 m..A.r Palatka Lv..._10 40
, land. by keeping ourselves well fortified with pure...tlood urer and one assessor of taxes, each and P p.m.
sad
more careful about their example. But is there one of the older civilized and a properly nourished frame "-Civtl Service everyone to hold office for the term of 3 00 p m...-Lv Palatka Ar...- 9 35 p m

''tV young man escapes Having_ the countries where the organs of the Gazette. Made simply with boiling water or milk. one year, and also to elect two aldermento 6 00 p m..........Onnond.......... 6 25 p ra
okray of.sin in col- Sold only in hall-pound tins, br Grocers labelled 6 25 ....Ar Lv..._ 6 00
pictured bright m. Daytona
.. horde of money,getters would 'dare to thus : JAMES EPPS & CO., Homoepathic hold office for the next succeeding two p a m
Morehim. \ stigmatize the whole class of liberally Chemists, London, England. 2MLKNDWTHYSElE' years.J. Daily except Sunday.For .
ra:flM time I ever saw a city-it educated men as visionary theorists W. :McIntyre, J. A. Miller and Geo. additional times at stations not named ,
-.aa'ei1'of Philadelphia -I;was a education above, and for general information, apply
Imagine a university regarded F. Ensey are hereby appointed judges of
SN W. I toppe4 at'a:hotel, and I in England as a disqualification the said election, and James T. Sanders at city ticket office.
:: '- in the eventide corrupt for high public office 1 Even in clerk thereof. Tickets on sale at City Ticket Office, No.
95 West Bay street and at Union
.!plied me with his infernal art. Germany where political leaders andgreat Given under my hand this 23rd day of J. A. LAKNERD G. D. ACKEBLY depot.

.. ..w. I was green.. He wanted tome scholars seem more nearly tho How Lost! How Regained, September, A. D. 1889. Supt., Gen. Pass. Agt.D. .

the sights of the town. He representative men of two distinct 23. H. F. ATKINSON, Mayor.MASON F. JACK, General Manager.
ted the path of sin until it looked
castes, the illustrious double career of N fN C E
fff emerald; but I:'was afraid of him. a Mommsen shows.that the gap is not & HAMLIN
1 ,
,*loved, back from the basilisk. I impassable. The condition of 1 THE

J IIIIit tip my mind he was a basilisk. I yet things among .ouzsel: is an alarming ORGAN & PIANO CO.,

ember bow he reeled his chair symptom: indicating how; 'far the BOSTON NEW YORK CHICAGO.
** in' NEW DRUG STORR
front of and with -
J| me a con.atedaad most"highly educated and WISeSt! men
diabolical effort attempl- their leadership in r
have lost proper Contains five 9-
aid a octave top
eetoy my soul; but there were the national councils. and the national r' NEW action furnished in a large and Has on hand a Fine Assortment of
THE SCIENCE OF LIFE
goa angels in. eau that night. It 1 handsome case of solid black
A Scientific and Standard Popular Medical Treatise MODEL walnut Price $99 cash and
2*no good resolution on.my part,, life.Now, do the colleges, a.nd the limited -. on the Errors of YouthkrematnreDeclineNerroueandphysicgDebllity also sold on the Easy Hire; System
3*. was the all encompassing"1 ce't body of cultivated, reflective and ,Imparities of the Blood. ORGAN, at $12.3 per quarter for FRESH DRUGS.Also .

God that-delivered me Beman earnest scholars generally, appeal as STYLE ten quarters when organ becomes
the of
ware 1 tO I directly and sensibly to the average t 2244.hiring' property person SPECIFIC REMEDIES.GUARANTEED .

.4 ?isa Wal.tha .aeei etb righta American as .they could and should t 1 TO CURE the Diseases for which

man, bat tfeo-end thereof is Among the philosophic few it they are Recommended.IF .

Ii&: If all the vptimspf| animpurell ,is an axiom which one rarely AFTER U8IKO A:;'-Y OP THEM, YOU
"' ;l' hands and afts/ooiild be thinks of ever stating, that wider Resulting from Folly,Vice,Ignorance,Excesses or MASON The Mason & Hamlin ARE NOT SATISFIED WITH THE RESULT,
-.w Orertazatlon, _and the-victim J 'Stringer," invented and pat.
together, ,tfeey Jsrpwd jgake a with Enerratine unfitting YOUR MOSEY WILL BE CHEERFULLY BB-
closer contact
_. *" knowledge for Work,Buetnesa'the Harried Social Relation. & ented by Mason Hamlin
L.i Barter thanUaat wkkh Xerxes the: wise and good of all ages, Avoid unskillful pretenders. Possess this great 1883 is rued in the Mason & FUNDED.
JJacrosi the' Hellespont, ,.LiMit Tiled a.q.qmilation'of their best work. It contains 800 agea,royal 8m. Beautiful HAMLIN Uamlin pianos exclusively. Remarkable We have no cure-aIls, but a' different -
the
!binding,embossed;foil Eilt." Price only 11.00 by refinement of tone '
Remedy for Each Class of Disease- .
fie" ACI'OIII> diat.:; than -Jlliam thoughts, the contemplation of their man,postpaid,concealed in plain wrapper.' .ClastratiTe and phenomenal capacity to
PIANOS
Conqueror led.'across England. deedsare the employmentswhich Prospectus Free,if:.TOO apply now. The l nand in tune 'characterize. for Affections of the Liver, Lun s, Heart
? *Abou-Bekr led across Syria;.and glorious ennoble: and old and 'distfaigniahed author.Wm. U. Parker, M. D, re- these instruments. and Kidneys'; for Female Complaints; and
eeired the
young GOLD AND JE\VELLED.MEDAL
also Ointments for Eczema
4 Ringworm
5w could be stretched 'out isgj make men truly.happy.- from the National Medical Association for ,
Tetter and other Diseases of the Skin.
continent I this PRIZE ESSAY on NEKVOU8- and
e'8C1"OM this But the typical American, as Professor STYLES ORGANS AT $22.
POPULAR
the, : PHYSICAL DEBUJTlf Jr.Parker and corps Give them a/ trial and you will not be
255 vanguard ot the host would Shaler has clearly set forth; is of Assistant Physicians may,bo consulted, confl- $31. 0, $60, $78, $98, AND UP. disappointed. '
*<* t e-Mach of the Pacific wbjle conscious that he had dentiaUy,' by mail or In person,'at the office of .
'...., only dimly ever THE PEABODY MEDICAIr :Organs and Pianos*sold for"Cash Easy J. B SCREVEH '
Pear ---.'. stood on the beach JN8T.I.'J.'IJTI Drugflst
.- at all. That the achieve- ,
... any ancestry N.4 Balbela 8C;Boatess Ma and.Eented. Catalogues free.
AtLaI. .... ,, .,te of other races "and' ig orders for. books,or letters for tdrko toonM be Payments, '
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.4', THE FLORIDA STAR, WEDNESDAY, OCT.. 23, 1889. r

1.

'. THE FLORIDA STAR. occurrence of the Householder case to ation made by the county, aided other- I forgot to mention',', in the basket proper of I Card of Thank -si
Geo. B. Rumph, /J.
Florida
place Mr. Editor Star
:
develope others from the same source. wise, to carry on the work. Now in this fresh beans, okra and ornamental shrub- I desire to express my heartfelt W

PUBLISHED EVEBY THURSDAY. Hence no further danger of yellow matter we can hardly agree with the bery. to the many kind friends in 7j I

fever may be apprehended from Key parties writing the open letter to the Yours truly, for their untiring and uner al

ELLIS B. AGERjStor and Publisher. West, and the crowd of northern visit- Board that the county should mate up R. P. PADDISON from Brevard, Co. tion to my darling Katie il11 1 her late ... ....
Delegate
I feel that all
81. O per Annum. ors can come to Florida with the assur- the entire amount. Why should not the ness. that kind U "
hands
and
loving could do
to
ance that they are perfectly safe from public-spirited men, prominent orange- Edgar.A suffering or her to bear relief vj
?
help it :
Entered at the Pod Office at Titumillea* disease at any point in South Florida, growers, and parties owning large tracts good and refreshing norther today.J. and to Dr. Wilson, who when was mSS

Second-Clots Matter. Key West being isolated on an island of land, help individually in raising this S. Bell was out hunting a few days skill would no longer avail, exhiUted* :

THE STAR is the OFFICIAL newspaperfor from the main portion of the State. amount? Do they not receive a larger ago and killed a very large rattlesnake.Mr. fatherly care and extreme .ympathrir! it

Brevard county. No trace has been found how the fever direct benefit from the good results of D. Is!. Bryant caught a 351b. bass tude.which words I take fail this to express my ..
How is that for fishing means of
his turtle net. md tI
in
The Star has the Largest circulation secured' its first start in the city. Good this expenditure than very many who ? everyone with a slight tribute of tKJ _

of any.paper on the East coast of Fla. man says he had yellow fever in 1877 have no interests to be affected by this Some of our hunters went out on a With your affection, your devotion JOar "

Ie A SQUARE Is one Inch In space; 24 squares and was treated by Dr. Plummer, of move ? If the county should appropriate deer hunt and returned with a very fine whelmed attention, and your I sympathy I a ?ate, 11 If
cannot
1 make a column. that city; but this statement Dr. Plum- a sum, say $500 to $1000, ought not I feel. expresiillrtl fANNIE

advertising rates enquire of the Editor mer denies.DEFECTS. individuals to raise as much more, say deer.Two families arrived here from Carter- D. .
two centstatnp. LaGlQ
always enclosing.. $1,000 or $2,000? To say the least they ville. They are out with Capt. Bell on ,

BROOKLYN'S baseball team won the OF THE ROAD LAW. should be able to raise an equal amount. : Ten-Mile Creek. The Pulpit and the

championship of the American Association The made in the road law When we consider the rapidly increasing Another of :Mr.: Summerlin's children Stags
changes by
died the other night, and the doctor pronounced Rev. F. ]1. Shrout, Pastor C&fcri ll
last week, St. Louis standing a 1 the last Legislature certainly will not wealth and prosperity of our county, it scarlet fever. Brethern Church. Blue Mound K '. l1

close second for first place. New York's suit Brevard county, if indeed, they are her taxable property approaching nearlytwo Mr. J. A. Russell is very ill. The says hI feel it my duty to telliX t

team, who won the pennant in the adapted to any county in South Floridaor million dollars, does not such sumsas cause of his illness was a bite from some done wonders for Dr. Rang New Discovery I
me. lungs S
My
were badly! teased
having world's champion $500 or $1,000 sink way down small, insect or other on the arm.
.league, is now a the entire State. In the first place and my panshoners thought I eodJ t
contest with Brooklyn. the number of days in the year for road and really would'we miss such an The trade boat, Golden Rule, arrived only live a few weeks. I took flrebot. t+

has been down from six amount? And would not such an here on the 12th. Capt. George Kuhl ties of Dr. King's New DiscoTcryiai I
duty
cut to seems' to be doing a good business'with am sound and well, gaining 26 POUDda tin
ex-Governor Perry amount properly expended return ten .
death of ,
Rf the three, and the commutation fixed at his trade boat.Orange weight." (

which occurred last Tuesday Kerr- 331 cents per day instead of $1.00 per fold? Arthur Love, Manager Loves' Fonst 1

ville, Texas, Florida loses one of her day. This reduces the work done by Because we may not have an over Growers' Union. Folks Combination, writes "AterJ l

most prominent and energetic men; a those subject to road duty to less than flowing treasury is no reason this matter thorough trial and convincing evidence t tI
am confident Dr. King's New Discedery 1
in
the Press
of -Meetings -
wise, prudent and able counselor, whose one-sixth of what it formerly was; as should be abandoned. Would a shrewd Opinions ent parts of the State-Do not sacrifice differ for consumption beats 'em all, uj ;

great worth will be remembered long everyone will pay their one dollar per business man be baffled in an enterpriseif your Oranges.It cures when everything ele falls. n. ;.
the distant future. Pensacola has he lacked a capital of a few hundred, greatest kindness I can do my maaj :
in annum in preference to working on the is really too bad that after the or- thousand friends is to urge them to bar
never before witnessed such a proces- road, and with this amount paid in, the with the almost sure result of receivingit ange growers had pretty thoroughly or-' it. Free trial bottles at Dixon& Graft : ,

sion as that which followed him to his hired labor will have to be paid the back in a short time? We think not. ganized themselves under the Florida Drug Store. Regular sizes 50c and$t00

last resting place. It was a combined Brevard can make such a display as Orange Growers's Union, a competing ,
same price as it usually has received, organization-the Growers(?) and Deal-
civil and military display of the grandest viz., from $1.00 to $1.50 per day. Thus will keep her at the head of the list ers' Association-should have been form Market Quotations.

proportions, and was attended by the the actual work secured from road dutyis where she has led. She has the resour- ed. However, it will be war to the death NEW YORK, Oct. 19,'&

most prominent and distinguished men reduced to one-sixth of its ,former ces, the material, if her citizens and and another case of the survival of the Reported by G. S. Palmer, wholesale!
of Florida and visiting statesmen of oth- i benefit. county officers will take a lively interestin fittest, and it won't be the mongrel asso- commission merchant in fruits aDd II'-
ciation that survives either.-Florida Ag duce 166 Reade street, New York.
the work. There is time be
States. no to
er Again the Legislature took the road
riculturist.The The market holds favorable on tit
Edward Aylesworth Perry was born power from the County Commissionersand lost in this matter,and we desire to have question between the Orange small arrival of egg-plants from the semi

in Richmond, Berkshire county, Mass., delegated it to a Board of Road the views of our prominent citizens expressed Growers Union and the Farmers' Alli- and are selling to-day from $4.00toUOQ

March 15, 1833. He entered Yale Col- Superintendents, with a member from in our columns at once in a terse ance in reference to orange disposal is per bbl., according to quality. &q
whether the whale shall swallow Jonahor
T '; lege in the Class of'54, but a year Before each road district. This Board has to and positive manner in regard to havinga Jonah swallow the whale. We have and beans prices are more range plentiful from $1.50 from to Savanna$100 ,

his class was graduated young Perry attend to the building of bridges and proper exhibit at the Sub-Tropical expressed ourselves before on this sub- crate. Few Florida oranges arrinoztht per

k left college and went to Alabama, where and working of roads in each road district Exposition. ject and we now reiterate that we are of are of quality fine enough exceedtiM

he studied law. He was admitted to to be superintended by the mem- the opinion that the Farmers' Alliance to $4.50 per box; inferior fruit selSsj J
.. practice in 1857, and then settled in ber for that district. Rrcvard's Exhibit at North will have their hands full without handling from that down to $1.00 and $L50; fa-
oranges. "There is a vaulting am- fruit is at meat
plentiful
.tf Carolina Exposition. eign very p ,
Pensacola Fla. In 1861 he raised a com- "
The Board of Road Superintendentscan bition that o'er leaps itself, and we are and therefore would advise uiippi&f
pany of volunteers for the Confederate hold monthly meetings at the CourtHouse RALEIGH, N. C., Oct. 19, 1889. very much afraid that the Alliance is nothing but fancy, thin-skinned (net> -

t service. He became colonel of his reg- if they choose, as long as their Editor Florida Star: getting into that position. The great from Florida, otherwise shipments all
.> iment which he commanded at Seven danger which the Alliance has to guard not pay. Few oranges arriving fret
; annual attendance at meetings does not DEAR SIR-I arrived here on Tues- against is the provoking of antagonisms shows i improvement
Florida and quality some
; Pines and the other battles around exceed 30 days, as their per diem at $2 day evening, and Wednesday morningI and combinations against them which but prices very irrtphr-

Richmond He was wounded at Fras- is limited to $60 per annum. They are took my exhibit to the exhibitionhall will surely generate if they become too 3.00 to $3.50 per box.

cr's Farm and again at the battle of the also entitled to ten cents mileage.At where I found an excellent position arbitrary. To "let well enough alone"is j
one of the maxims that they can follow -
Wilderness in May, 1864 lIe had abrigade the last meeting of the Board of prepared for me by Mr. P. M. Wilson, to advantage-Sunday Why will you cough when Shiloh'i Cnr wS gtt t.
Critique.In Immediate relief! Price 10 eta 6Oetasadsl$14 ,..
in the of Northern Virginia
army County Commissioners the sum of secretary, right among the ladies' department an interview published in the Ocala by Dickaon &Grey,TttuaTille Fla

.. which lost a larger number of men $131.20 was audited from the Road Fund | and the music, and you can Banner of the llth ins_ .Mr. Atkinson. ofElwood r

at Gettysburg, than any other (}n the for expenses of the meeting of Road rest assured I was on my best "metal" : one of the old-timers of Florida Notice to Taxpayers.The .

., Confederate side. At the close of the Superintendents. Supposing that quarterly -. among the former. I got everything in and"The Marion one thing county needful, says: and essentialto tax books for 1889 will be at til > ,"-

*.war Gen. Perry resumed practice in meetings are sufficient at present, position in about three hours, and I was place the fruit growers' interests of ; voting places on the days mentioned fc

Pensacola. In 1885 he was elected with a full attendance the Road Fund astonished myself to see such a beau- this county and State on a firm, lasting low : .

Governor of Florida. His term expired would be deprived of about $600 to tiful display. I had a feet and profitable basis is concentration of Canaveral,..................Friday,Nor lit4 .
Dec. space twenty products, so that whole trains can be Haulover,..................Monday, ;
31,1888.THEY pay the per diem and mileage of this long and twelve feet high. I covered made up and transported in quick timeto Titusville,..................Tuesday, &

newly-constituted Board, whose office the back ground with palmetto leaves ; the markets of the east, north and LaGrange, ..............._Wed'day, 6* !'
are having lots of trouble at was very well filled by the County Com- on this I hung my bunches of bananas, west and there disposed of at public auc- Merritt- ....................Thursday u 7*

the Sanford postoffice between. Doctor missioners under the old law. The and festooned with clusters of oranges. tion-a management that will daily as- City Point,...............-Friday, *" $* '
Harris the and Mr. certain the needs and wants of the mar- Rockledge.Saturdayr 9* ,
present postmaster,
Road Fund of Brevard This entire back
county amountsto ground was encircled kets .... ... .. a lit*
to regulate the shipment of oranges Georgiana, .. ... Monday,
Edwards the
Dolph newlyappointedone. about $1,400 per annum. After deducting with palm leaves, which made a beautiful accordingly. This is the only means and Eau Gallie,...............Tuesday, ta 1
As both gentlemen are known to the $600 expense above men- finish. At the base of this wall I method by which aglut can be preventedand Melbourne, ..............Wed'sday, .tf 1**

many' of our Indian River people, we tioned we find there are only $800 left had elevated stands, covered with pal- fair prices secured and a uniform Malabar, ..................Thursday, H'-J '
quote the following from last week'sSanford work market maintained. All this can be realized Sebastian,................Friday, 15* 'i
the roads
to build bridges metto leaves which I had
Journal "Dolph Edwards the etc., on tastefully through the organization of the Narrows,..................Saturday, 16th )
: by contract work, whereas under the arranged oranges, lemons shaddock 18th
guavas, Orange Growers' Union, if conducted on Fort Pierce..HondaJt ?J
recently-appointed postmaster of Sanford' old law the county received the full grape fruit.citron,. Japan persimmon correct and thorough business methods. Eden......................Tuesday, II 19th "..

applied.. at the postoffice this after- benefit of the amount of the collected and the canned goods. At each Mr. Atkinson said that the orange Fort Drum,...............Friday, i"

.. noon and .demanded of Dr. J. J. Harris Road Fund, and a much larger amount end I had in the rear a banana plant growers of Florida, under present methods -: Otter Creek,..............Saturday, ." !oW 1;
reminded him of the state of affairs SECOND BOUND. <
immediate possession. The doctor requested of actual work from persons subject to and in front and under I had a beautiful which existed Otter Dec. 2Dd
Creek .
twenty years ago in Dela- ,. ........Monday, d
Edwards allow him time
to to road duty.It pineapple on the plant, which attracted ware when the peach growers of the Fort Drum.........!.Tuesday. .*. *J '
make a schedule of what the office contained is easy enough for every taxpayerto a great deal of attention. State sent their luscious peaches to every Eden, .............;.,.....F nay. "JJ 1j.:....
but this Edwards declined to do, see that our roads cannot be kept up The fine collection of Lake Worth Dick, Tom and Harry of a commissionman Fort Pierce.t2t..Satarday, :: ith :...: l

saying he had already lost two weeks' under this law .well under photographs, furnished me by Mrs.R. R. in the large cities of Baltimore, Narrows, ..............Monday 9th',r-.
salary that he successful businessman near as as McCormick, of Lake Worth, have been Philadelphia, Boston and New York, Sebastian,..............Tuesday, u 10th .
was a
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the old law, and what is to be the conse- very much admired.I pell mell, helter-skelter, without regardto Malabar, ....,..........\Vedaesday, a 11th 1!
and could manace: the office from quence: Our roads will be improved as feel sure that on Thursday there time, place, circumstances or demand. Melbourne ..........!.Thursday! um ")

now on, and that the schedule could be far as the money lasts, and there the were at least fifteen thousand people to The result was the growers were slaughtered Eau Gallie, ............Friday, *.. 13* .,..,.

made out later. Dr. Harris left the office work will'end. Eight hundred dollars view our exhibit. There was a perfect their crop wasted as to returns and Georgiana,.......!......Saturday> 15 1..1.* ,:....
but was compelled to return to deliver divided jam all day; and a prominent gentlemansaid peach orchards went' begging-could be Rockledge..Monday i..
into five districts in this county : "Why, we can't the people had for a song-and yet found'no buyers. Merritt, ................Tuesday, u 11"1. ""
get to
mail
applicants reporting that will hardly more than keep the neces- look at or talk of anything but Florida.I These bankrupting results caused en- City Point, ....,......Wednesday, IS*
there was no one present to wait upon sary bridges in repair. But how are believe this exhibit will take five hun- quiry, discussion and organization, and Titus .ille, .. :.........-Thursday. '19th*
uHau1over
them. Mr. Edwards then allowed the we to help it until the present law, dred people out of the State of North out of the latter methods, similar to what LaGrange, ?.........-.Fridar. .. 90 etA'I
doctor either twenty-four or forty-eight Carolina' the Orange Growers' Union promises the .................Saturday,
hours whatever he which was, doubtless, framed for the I told him that was just what fruit growers of Florida, has come,sucha Canaveral, ...........-. (on desired
time we
or
to more northern counties of the State, is wanted and North Carolina system of handling and marketing their
a schedule and left." Since the people were oE. W. HALL,Tax Collector. ;
arrange changed or repealed and a new one substituted good enough for us. peaches through a director general that -
above date we learn that Mr. Edwards in its stead? In the name of Brevard County I donated the output is never larger than the mar- tk t

has assumed charge of the postoffice. & the entire exhibit for the benefitof and ket warrants; hence fair, uniform prices
SUB-TROPICAL the North Carolina Confederate Soldiers a prosperity to the growers: that was
EXPOSITION.
Home. It was sold yesterday and not dreamed of twenty years ago. Now .
THE report furnished by Dr. JosephY. The necessity of our county being rep- brought $25.I peach orchards in Delaware have a'fixed

Potter State Health officer, who has resented by a creditable exhibit at the wish to give you a list of those who then value has and property almost worthless

been in Key" est since the 8th instant, coming Sub-Tropical is evidenced by the contributed to this display: A. L. It all rests value with to-day.

confirms the circulated report of yellow admiration which greeted the exhibitwe grape-fruit Hatch, clusters shaddock of oranges, lemons, Will they unite? Ocala our orange Banner.growers.
bananas
fever in that city, but of the four cases had at the Raleigh, N. C., Exposition citron Dr., Holmes, lemons, guavas,grape-fruit, ,, The State is full of buyers who offer
which he has been able fair prices on the'trees for cash. Growersare
to discover. last week, as described in our cor citron and guavas; Colonel Scrimgeour,
none ,have died, and, one case, that of respondent's letter elsewhere. banana plants; John Sanders, pineapple Prices requested will not to sacrifice their fruit.

Rev. 3Ir. Householder (pastor of the If we are to let the opportunity pass plants; Mrs..W. A. Norwood, sweet the general, range impression high this is that season, and
pickle canned orangesare
First Methodist Church),was pronounced of sending a representative and a display catsup; guavas Mrs. ,J. A. Pntchard guavas,, guava sweet worth $1.25 on the trees If dealers

catarrhal jaundice by Dr. Murray, of from this county this winter to the Sub- pickle guavas; Mrs. E. L. Brady,canned will not pay this ship through the Ex- _

the Marine Hospital Service, and his Tropical we fear that the influx of settlers guavas and sweet pickles; Mrs. Singleton change. J. .

diagnosis from the symptoms of the case which has been unusual to this guava jelly; Mrs. R. P. Paddison. RUSSELL Cor. Sec'ty KENNEDY O. G. ,U.Shiloh' .

.- seem correct. The other three cases section for the past two years, will be guava pickle guavas jelly, orange, guava marmalade marmalade, sweet Miss ..
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were aHussian Jew tin peddler, named found wanting, and that after it is too Lula Dixon, superior guava jelly; T. E. Whooping Cough Cure will and Bronchitis.immediately Sold relieve by Dicksou Croup S

Abraham, and wife, and another Jew late we will find out our mistake. Richards. Eden canned pineapples; j &Grej. TituvUle.Fla. 4KIPOWDER
Moses Goodman. R. Morrow, cluster of L. Car- -
peddler, We are informed that, on account of oranges; For Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint
hare
Goodman the first lile, LaGrange, oranges, orange, trees printed guarantee on bottle yon a
was one taken sick, the active part we have heretofore taken every of Shiloh'a VI.
and the finest talizer. It
specimen of egg-plants never fails to core. Sold by Dkkton Jt
"about the 16th of lastmonth. then we can secure one of the most desirable ever seen in North Carolina; they were Grey,TitotTille Fla.

Wolf Abraham and'hiswife, and last, positions for a county display at the wonder and admiration of every- A Nasal Injector free with. each bottle of 8h loh'. I

Mr. Householder. All these persons the Sub-Tropical, and as there is an extra one. The Japan persimmon was very Catarrh Bemedy. Price 50 cent Sold by Dlckoa
attractive. Brevard &Grey_TitosTiile.Fla.
and her
: were. convalescent on the 16th inst. and ; inducement of a prize of $1,000 to county ,
people can feel proud of her exhibit. 1 Pur"*
Dr. Porter having ordered the city to be the county making the best continuous also distributed two: hundred county Are you made miserable by indigestion, Const Absolutely '
thoroughly cleaned and all the bedding pamphlets and of Mims' patron, Dizinesa, Loss of Appetite, Tidlow Skin I
display of fruit, we feel that Brevard fifty pamphlets. Sblloh's Vitalizer is a positive Cure. Bold by Dick This powder never rsries. marvel
-etc., of the victims having been destroyed :should be entered for this prize and Where all have done so'well,I,must say son &Gray TltusrUle,Fla."Hackmetack .. I strength, sad wbolesomenesa. Tvrme ..- .
to-Mr. A. L. Hatch that aeat'credit is than the ordinary ttD&b. and cannot.- 5..4BtWoa
raised quarantine Monday morning, honor. To enable this to be carried out due him he having furnished ," a tasting .sad fragrent perfume. :oom with the tuoltltada_ of low. B''' '..,.
fully one weight 1, slam d ers. .
'sufficient time having elapsed.since, the :it is essential that there be an'appropri- half of the. entire exhibit i Price UtosTttJe 2ft and I'lL 50 cents. Sold by''. Dkksoo It Grey. eaJll. Royal Baking or phosphate Powder po Co.. tot Yg' i'
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There is more Catarrh in this section Important_. to Land Owners. EDWARD STILING. ALBERT A. TAYLOR.
all other diseases **$'
than
put
of tb country We hold deed on the.following lands,,
and until the last few
_yean
rrts together supposed to be incurable. Forgreat a based on'tax title. Original owners who STJLIJ.VG: : : T.A.yx..OR.g ,
I doctors pronounced it wish can be reinstated on liberal terms .
many years :
I disease,and prescribed local remedies by addressing L. D. MACDONELL, Sa- Cocoa Indian River V'V
I and by constantly failing to cure vannah, Ga. Florida. ::

with local treatment, pronounced it incurable DESCRIPTION OF LANDS. ,
Science has catarrh to DEALERS
constitutional. disease proven,and therefore W J of N. W. and W J of S. W., Sec.
bo a constitutional treatment. Hall's 1, Tp. 36, R. 40-160 acres.

"D-, Catarrh requires Cure, manufactured by F. J. All of sections 2,11 and 13, Tp. 36, R.

Cheney & Co., Toledo. Ohio is the only 40-1,920 acres. Hardware Stoves
constitutional cure on the market. It is N. W. Land W. of S. E. J and S. W. Crockery Tinware

taken internally in doses from 10 dropsto i of Sec. 12, Tp. 36, R. 40-400 acres. ,
a teas oonful. It acts directly upon S i of Sec. 8, Tp. 38, R. 41-320 acres. ,
the blood and mucus surface of the sys Lots 1, 2 and 3 and E. J of N. W. andS. .
tem. They offer one hundred dollars for W. of N. E Sec. 20, Tp. 30, R. 31- AND AGATE-WARE.
any case It fails to cure. Send for circulars 240 acres.
and testimonials. Address F. J. W. i of of N. W. and N. W. of S. W. Paints, Oils, Glass and Putty, --

OJENEV & CO.. Toledo. 0."Sold Sec. 27, Tp. 27, R. 36-120 acres. =0Plumbers' _-- TABLE and POCKET CUTLERY
i by druggists 75. 24 W. J of N. E. and W. J of S. E. Sec. ,

8, Tp. 28, R. 37-160 acres. and Mill
Epoch.The Lots 1 and 4 Sec. 32. Tp. 32, R. 40- BARBED WIRE

transition from long lingeringand 76 acres. Supplies,
painful sickness to robust health ,' Lot 2 Sec. 22' Tp. 37, R. 41-80 acre?. NErrlNG
marks an epoch in the life of the individual. N. Eland N. E. of S. E. Ses. 21, Tp. j WIRE
Such a remarkable event is treasured -I 37, R. 41-200 acres. Doors Sash
in the memory and the agency All of sections 15 and 25, Tp. 26, R. Blinds WIRE
whereby the good health has been attained 30-1,288 acres-Occola county.S. and CLOTH

is gratefully blessed. Hence it is E. of N. W. and S. W. Sec. 22, Tp. (r
much is heard in praise of Elec-
that Bitters so feel they owe their 26, R. 30-200 acres-Osceola county. BRICK LIME CEMENT G--LD..S:
tric ; so many !
restoration to health to the use of the All of section 36, Tp. 26, R. 30-640 ,

I Great Alterative and Tonic. If you are acres-Osceola countv.N. .
troubled with any disease of Kidneys, W. \ and S. J and S. W. of N. E. SHINGLES and LATH, MUNITION': : : ,

Liver or Stomach of long or short standIng Sec. 19, T p. 21, R. 35-520 acres. FISHING TACKLE.
you will surely find relief by the N. J of Sec. 28,Tp.21,R.34-320 acres.
use of Electric Bitters. Sold at 50c. and All of frac. Sec. 14 and S. E. of N. E.
$1 per bottle, at Dixon & Uray's Drug Sec. 25, Tp. 21. R. 35-104 acres. Ship: Bihrn3d1PryOOdS: ,
Store. 21 All of Sec. 23,Tp. 21, R.35-640 acres.
All of sections 11,12 and 13, Tp. 26 Agents for ALABASTINE, the permanent coating for walls and ceilings ; For Chattanooga Plow Com
Convincing I'roof. R. 30-1,920 acres-Osceola county. pany's plows and cane mills ; Planet Jr. farm tools.
In many instances it has been proven 24.
that B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm) made Gauze Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasolene Stoves Coffins and Caskets.
by Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga., will Master's Sale. ,
cure blood poison In its worse phases ARTESIAN WELL PIPE A. SPECIALITY.
I even when all other treatment fails.A. Under and by virtue of a final decree : _

P. Brunson. Atlanta, Ga., writes: issuing out of the Honorable Circuit Catalogues, sample cards and size lists sent free upon application. Correspondence solicited and
"I bad 25 running ulcers on one leg and Court of the Seventh Judicial Circuit of estimates furnished promptly.
6 on the other, and felt greatly prostrated. Florida in and for Brevard county, dated
I believe I actually swallowed a the 30th day of September, 1889, in a
barrel of medicine,in vain efforts to cure certain cause in chancery therein depend- STILING & TAYLOR.
the disease. With little hope 1 finally _.
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d ing, wherein Drucilla K. McCrory: by -
acted on the urgent advice of a friend her next triend Charles T. McCrory, and
L. C. OLIVER.
and got a bottle of B. 11. B. I experi- F. T. BUDGE.QLIvEiR .
A. C. McCrory are complainants and W.
enced and despondency
a change my C. C. and Reubannah Bran-
ft Branning
somewhat dispelled. I kept using
t was until I had taken sixteen bottles, and all ning,his wife, and S. F. Meyers, Marcus & B1TDGE
the ulcers, rheumatism and all other lie era and Simon Blumer, copartnersas ,
horrors blood poison have disappearedand S. F. Meyers & Co., are defendants, I
at last I am sound and well again, will, as Special Master in Chancery, sell Dealers inGEORGIA
r after an experience of twenty years of at public sale to the highest and best bid-
torture." der for cash, in front of the Court House k

Kobt. \Ward axey. Ga., writes: aMy door in Titusville, in Brevard county, PINE LUMBER
disease was pronounced a tertiary form Florida, on the fourth day of November, ,
of blood poison. My -face, head and A. D.,1889 the same being the first Monday -

i shoulders 'were a mass of corruption, and in the month and a legal sale day, SHINGLES AND LATHS.Gr
finally the disease began eating my skull between the legal hours of sale, all that .
M bones. My bones ached, my kidneys certain lot, tract or parcel of land de-
were deranged, I lost flesh and strengthand scribed as follows: Lot number fifteen
life became a burden. All said I (15), as shown on the map of Robbins & Gr!!] ER..A.L HA.RI WMF9

must surely die, but nevertheless when Graham's Addition to Titusville, whichis
. I had used ten bottles of B. B. B. I was
recorded in the office of the Clerk of
sst pronounced well. Hundreds of scars the Circuit Court in and for Brevard Sash Doors and Blinds Stoves Tinware and
can now be seen' on me. I have now ; Crockery.Refrigerators
and also the building tene-
been well over twelve months." 24 county, or ,
ment thereon, and also that other build
Master's Sale. ing and tenement now occupied by said
P AIrq-rS: AJ.VD OlLS
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Under and by virtue of a final decree of 1V. C. C. Branning as a jewelry store, ;
tale and foreclosure, rendered by the Honorable situate upon lot five (5) in'Mary Lund's _
John D. Broome.Judge of the Cir- sub-division of her property in block "D" Water Coolers, Ice Cream Freezers
cuit Court of the Seventh Judicial circuitof of the town of Titusville, as shown on the ,

the State of Florida on September 10th, map of said Mary Lund's sub-division, Screen Wire Screen
1889, in a certain cause in chancery therein all of said land being situate in Brevard Windows, Screen-Wire Doors.
pending in the circuit court of Brevard county, Florida. Terms cash.
county and for the circuit aforesaid wherein Witness my hand at Titusville this 1st
Isaac E. Brown is complainant and day of October,A. D. 1889. POWDER AT NEW YORK PRICES.

Keedham C. Bryan and James F. Coach- JAMES SANDERS, .

man are defendants, I will, as special Master Special Master in Chancery. TITUSVILLE9 FLORID : .
in Chancery, sell for cash, to the highest ROBBINS & GRAHAM
and best bidder, on Monday the fourth 24 Solicitors for Complainant. .
day of November, A. D. 1889, the same befog rum Yum Peach Trees C1yd Sterr"I
the first Monday in the month and a legal NOTICE. ship' Cc>.
sale day. between the legal hours of
tale,in front of the Court House door in To all whom these presents shall come, greeting ALSOCEYLON New York, Charleston & Florida ,Lines.

1 Titusville, Brevard county, Florida, all the -take: notice: RED 0 MAGGIE
1 following described real estate, to-wit All :That, whereas,the Board of County Com- ,
1 those certain parcels of land situated in Bre- : missioners of Brevard county, Fla., on a
vard county,Florida,described as follows: petition of more than one-fourth of the AND WALDO PROLIFIC, V
1 The west half of the northeast quarter (W.I registered voters of said county, did order On Mariana Plum Stock. GuaranteedTrue.
1 ot N. E. 4) and the northeast quarter of that an election be held on the second _
1I 1s the southwest Quarter (N. E. } of the S..W. Tuesday of December, 1889, the same being Yum Yum is the Best Peach ever
\) of section seven of township twenty-one the 10th day of December, 1889, to decide planted in Florida; ripens in April and
(21) south of thirty-five (35) east, whether the sale of intoxicating liquors -
I range May ; Price, $3.00 per doz. Order now. __ -A
I containing 120 acres, more or less, together wines or beer shall be prohibited in G. W. IDNER Tillman E1a.
with thereunto be- for the next
1 all the appurtenances said county two years ensu- 15.3m1r'
longing in anywise appertaining. Terms ing after the said election.
1t oui. Therefore I., Alexander A. Stewart,
\ Witness my hand and seal this 26th day clerk of said Board, do hereby give notice, The Magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed to sail. as follows :
1 i\ of September, A. D. 1889. as required by law,that said election will (Standard Time.) -

1 [L.8.] J. P. TURNER, be held at a Lthe precincts in said countyon From Jacksonville to New York. From New York to Jacksonville.
Special Master in Chancery. that day, to-wit: the second Tuesdayin (CALLING AT CHARLESTON.) Pier.9,E River. *
BOBBINS December next for the set forth.
1t ; & GRAHAM, purpose CALLING
( AT CHABLE3TON.)
CHEROKEE Thursday, Oct 3, at 11:00
a. m
24-5t Solicitors for complainants. In testimony whereof I nave hereuntoset SEMINOLE, Sunday, I. 6, at J:30 p. m SEMINOLE, Tuesday Oct. 1, at 3:4'10 p. m
my hand and official seal this 17th day IROQUOIS, Thursday, ': 10, at 6:00 'a.m IROQUOIS Friday .. 4, at 3.00 p m
r Master's Sale. of October, A. D. 1889. NAA I YEUASSEE Sunday .1 13, at 6:30 a.m YEMASSE, Monday, 7, at 3-00 p. m
I Under and by virtue of a final decree of L.S. A. A. STEWART, BADE CHEROKEE, Tuesday II.. 15, at ":30 a m CHEROKEE, Wed' day, "" 9, at 3:00 p. m
ale and foreclosure rendered by the Honorable [ ] I SEMINOLE, Thursday. 17. at 10'00 &. m SEMiNOLF Friday ". 11. at 3:00 p m
27 Cl'k Board Co. Commissioners. 'DELAWARE Sunday, II 20. DELAWARE:. 1IondaI. 14, Oat 3.00
of the Circuit FROM NEW YORK CITY. at 12:00 noon : p iu
V; John D. Broome Judge Mr. A, H. Hawkes-Pew Sir: Your PATENT IROQUOIS Tuesday, "' 10. at 1:00 p.m IROQUOIS, "Wed'sday., *. 16, at 3.00 p. m
Court of the Seventh Judicial circuitof EYE GLASSES received sometime since, and am YE11ASSEE Thursday 24, at 4:10 0 L m YEMASSEE Friday" 18. at 3:00 p. m
Florida on the fourth day of Septemberin Notice.To very much gratified at the wonderful change that CHEROKEE, Sunday 27, at 6:00 a.m CllEhO.Ia.E. :Atuiioay. 2i, at 3:00 p. m
therein pend has come over my eyesight since 1 have discardedmy SEMINOLE, Tuesday II 29, at 1JO am SEMINOLE Wed'sday, 23, at 3:00 p m
a certain cause in chancery all whom it may concern: old glasses and am now wearing yours.ALKXINDKB DELAWARE. Thursday. 31. at 9:30 a m DELAWARE Friday, 25, at 3:00 p. m
ing in thecircuit court of Brevard county AOAB IROQUOIS, Sunday, Nov. 3. at 12:00: I oon IROQUOIS, )londay.I' 28, at 3.00 p. m
and for the circuit aforesaid,wherein Isaac Take notice that I will apply to the Secretary Stationers'Board of Trade. YEMASSEE, Tuesday, 5 at 2:00 p m YEMASSU Wtd'eday Ie 20, at 3:00 p. m
E.Brown is and John D. Vann Minor: S. Jones County All fitted at the Drug Store of
complainant ,
Honorable
J5 DIXON & GRAY. TITUSVILLE FLA. For Information Regarding Freight and Passage, apply to
Hannah Vann,his wife,are defendants Judge of Brevard county, Florida, at ,
land sell J. A. LESLIE, Supt., Jacksonville; T. G. EGER Traffic Ilanager, 35 Broadway,New York;
,as Special Master in Chancery, the Court House in Titusville said PIONEER COOPERAGESyrup J A. STEAD,Agent.Fernandina. *
for cash to the highest bidder on Monday, county and State, on Monday, November JOHN L. HOWARD. T. F.A.,Jacksonville. F. M. IRONMONGER,T P.A.,JackronTiUe.
the fourth day of November A. D. 1889, 25th, 1889, at 10 o'clock in the fore- Barrels $2.25. WM. P. CLYDE & CO. General Agent Green, 12, New South York.Wharves, Philadelphia ; 5. Bowling -
the tame being the first Monday in the for authority to sell the following
month and a legal sale day, between the real noon property, situate lying and being in Gauged to order, ten cents extra.
''t legal hours of sale, in front of the CourtHouse Florida the being and l
Brevard same Repairing.
of Titusville, Bre- county, Wheelwrighting Strawberry P1.an.1isl.n.: : SeptemberHunan's
J door in the town
M. Houston
lands of Christopher a
the
J i, Tard county'Florida, all the All following that certain described minor under the age twenty-one years, e. o. B. Improved and Hoffman's Seedling $4.QQper 1000. Order early.
real estate to-wit:
,
I t lot or parcel of land known as lot number to-wit: Begin 660 feet south of the north Honey barrels and Oval Water Breakers Several Brands of FERTILIZERS specially adapted to our soil and climate.

two(2),of section nineteen (19), in township line of section 21, township 13S6 feet 27, south of the of from $2.00 up. INDIAN RIVER BRAND, manufactured bV an old firm, the Davidge FertiIizer..Co.Send .
and
east
twenty ((20)), south of range thirty-six range 37 east, the north bound- Tanksand for Circular. Also Bone Meal, Cotton Seed Meal), etc., and 31apesf and
((36)east,according to the United States survey quarter section poston Davidge's Fertilizers. A full line of Ornamental Fruit Trees. Send for catalogue.
I' together with all the appurtenances ary of said section 21 at the north-east all kinds of COOPER WORK to order.T. .
't' thereunto belonging or in anywise apper- corner of the tract now owned by one J. JOHN B. BEACH Indian Hirer Nurseries, Melbourne Fla.NAUMAN'S .
J "ining,containing twenty-sevenand 31100 L. Harrison; thence south 1:50X east JOHNSON,

i', mss,and being in Brevard county Florida, along said Harrison line 430 feet to Eau Grange, : : Florida.
I ** pting and reserving from the above that Gallic creek, thence east along the shore .
r' rqiof one hundred and fifty (160)) feet in of Eau Gallic creek 320 feet to the public EACOTT &. CO. Steam Launch Eleanor V
f. wth along the canal deeded to the road donated by John C: Houston, ,
&: Florida: Coast Line Canal and Transp FLA.
of land TTTUSYIIXE, NEWSPAPER SDBSCMIOH AGENCY 37'eet' Long 7 1-2 ,Beam,
frn Company and those two parcels the south-east corner of Mrs. MaryYoung's ,
ed to Samuel Fox and Charles M. Birdfy land, thence west 215 feet to TIN&SHEET-IRONWORKERS. i
r: deeds dated November 19th, 1880, said the point of beginning, containing THE PIONEER AGENCY.For 2 Ft. Draught; Cost, new, 1$1,800',

tiro J parcel. containing each 6,000 square 2 61-100 acres.' Terms cash.
**I.. Term ccuh. Dated this October 22, 1889. GUTTERING ROOFING terms and sample copies address V CAN BE BOUGHT CHEAPBy V
Witness hand and seal this 26th dayof ,
my MARY V. HOUSTON, CHAS.H. NAUMAN addressingG.
September, 1889. Guardian of said Minor, Christopher M. And Manufacturing of.Tin Ware.
[ .S.l JAMES 6ANDKB8, L10UTREL LUCAS
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Master in Chancery. Houston. GALVANIZED WORK; Titusville P. O., JBrevard county,.Fla.
Special
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REST. ODDS AND ENDS. Sell Eggs- by Weight. Indian River Steamboat Co "FROST LINE" TO THE FRONT

Let us rest ouraelres a bit Here is a scene in a grocery: Two
Worry ware your hand to It- The French government has warn farmers brought in some eggs to sell.

Kiss your finger tips; and smile ed the bishops that they must not in- The one was evidently proud of his eggs Schedules in effect MAY 12, 1889. Having Purchased the "Fro t Line"
It farewell little while. elections. ,
the
a terfere in
and proud of, the birds that laid them. and feeling the nec
Weary of the weary way A Swiss cheese which was receivedby He had a flock of fine Plymouth Rocks, STEAMER ST. LUCIE, keeping up

We bars come from yesterday. an Atchison grocery firm the other and the eggs they laid were beauties. A Leaves TITUSVILLE.: ................... Gam I her past Good Reputation as a Swift and
Let us fret us not instead 700 exclusive of Great Courier, I ask of the people
Of the weary way ahead. day weighed pounds dozen of them weighed thirty-nine Arrives at l\Ielbourne..12 noon a Continuance
the holes. of three and of their Good Favor.
ounces, an average a quarter
Let us pause and catch our breath from the increase of ostrich Returning:
Judging ounces each. The other farmer broughtin
Will Make Contracts
for
On While the we hither see the tide tender of death shootsOf flies during the past two years if I his eggs without saying a word had Leaves Melbourne.....................12 noon

the grasses-oot the roots. something is not done to destroy them nothing to say of them or the fowls that Arrives at Titusville.................. 6 p mAl.e of Lumber and
the feathers will not be worth sending Delivery Large
laid them. A dozen of his weighed
While we yet look down-not up- to marketIn eggs daily except Sunday.
To seek out the buttercup twenty-one ounces an average of one
od the daisy, where they ware the newly made tea plantationsof and three-quarter ounces each. Both STEAMER GEORGIANA Cargoes

..U'er.. the green borne of the grave. Assam a red spider has suddenly lots of eggs were carried to the rear of Leaves Melbourne..................... 5am ,
shown itself and threatens serious in-
,
Let us launch smoothly on jury to the plants unless some wash the store by a clerk, counted and each Arrives at Jupiter...................... 8pm Anywhere up or down Indian River.
Listless billows of the lavn,
And drift out across the main can be found that'will kill the spiders man got a cent apiece for his eggs. As Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Be sure you see me before closing contracts
he of the small
Of our childish dreams qaIn. and leave no taste on the tea leaf.France's eggs passed a bystanderin
going out ho winked knowingly and Returning : elsewhere.

O'er Voyage the off field's beneath enchanted the trees seas of milk production amount and consumption to- said: "That man with tho big eggs is a Leaves Jupiter.......................... 5am Respectfully,

Where the lilies are our sails 1,350,000,000 gallons, which every year is three fool; his hens eat a heap more than Arrives at Melbourne.,................ 8pm

And our seagulls, nlgh gales. times in excess of the production of mine, make no more e;gs-tbough theyare Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. S. H. RAY,

Where no wilder Etorm shall beat wine.A bigger-but ho gets no moro for $" Connection is made at Titusville
.a.
them. New York Mail and Owner.
Than the wind that wares the wheat Express.A
singular cause of bankruptcy was with trains of the J., T. & K. W. Sys-
And burst above
no tempests recently alleged by a Victorian firm tem to and from all points North, and at
The old laughs we used to lore. Remedy for Prickly Heat. I
of glaziers scourge of grasshoppers.The Jupiter with daily stage for Juno (8 A. M. Hamilton & Co.,
Lose aD troubles gain release I have just discovered that if any per: :
i insects had so completely devastated miles) where connection is made with
Languor and exceeding peace. the land that the owners became'. son subject to prickly heat in summer the steamer "Lake Worth" for all landings TITUSYILLE FLORIDA,
.Cruising idly o'er the vast I will bathe the places in a weak solution
calm<: mid-ocean of the past. insolvent. I I on Lake Worth.W. .
of saleratus water and dry them with a Dealers In
I Under the laws of Bulgaria, if a pat- Wholesale :
Let us re t ourselves a bit, ent medicine is warranted to cure a j soft cloth, and afterwards powder them WATSON, Superintendent.
hand to it-
Kiss WOrT"f-wnf'e your finger your tips and smile certain disease and fails to do it the I with a powder made of equal parts offuller's G. D. ACKERLY, Gen. Pass. Agent.D. Indian River
It farewell a little while. manufacturer can be prosecuted and ; earth and rice flour, they will Oysters
Jones Whitcomb Rtley in N. O. Picayune. sent to prison. No cures for have perfect ease It should be done F.'JACK, General :Manager. ,

tion can be found in that consump-I night and morning in tho hot weather,

Daguerreotypes.Daguerreotypes Professor Brown is a and if a musquito bites you, don't try For Sale, FISH:

were costly things at cate of the scalding of milk to be used : any heroic remedy, but simply apply a

had first. been In England, where the process for human food-by which means he j 1 little cold cream, which somehow overcomes I Six of the Best Business Site Green Turtle and Game

.9' patented by an enterprising says, consumers can protect them-j the poison and irritation when

person who stole it from France, the selves until such precautions as are nothing else wilL I have seen children Lots in Titusville All orders will receive prompt ami careful attention .

charge was guineas ($12.00) for a da- necessary to keep milk from infection': that were nearly wild with tho irritation ,letter whether or person.by telegraph, 17

gurreotype only Sx4iin., and 4 guineas are universally taken. j of many musquito bites calmed in a moment Each 30ft. on Washington Avenue and ----

(20.16) for one twice that big. In this For every trunk carried 500 milesby i, by the application of cold cream. 100ft. on Hutchinson's avenue. FOR SALE.A

country the prices for the two sizes were rail in the United States, one is'' Olive Harper.
at first $3 and $10, but eventually, when smashed to the extent of $3. There } THERE ARE THREE CORNER LOTS tract of land on Indian River in the

other processes invaded the field, daguer- has been no improvement in the mat-1 i Tve got a Martha Washington, two county of Brevard consisting of 88
o.3 and south halt
reotypes came down to 25 and 50 cents, I ter of handling baggage from the time'! Hancocks and a Gen. Grant," is the waya acres; it being-lot ,
at which there surely could have been j the first trunk was unhinged and split ; local sport announces his possession of Apply to ROKBIXS & GRAHAM, Titus- of the northeast quarter of section 35,
the southwest
and lot No. 3 being
no profit in them. The daguerreotype from top to bottom. j i $10 in small bills by the vignettes on ville ; orDAVID quarter
of the northwest quarter of section
had to bo very carefully protected from I The authorities at Eton and Harrowhave : their faces.-Washington Post. S. HUTCHINSON, Trenton, New
I'30 both ih township 31 south, range 39
20.3moKNOX ,
the and then given instructions that the Jersey.
atmosphere, even was pop- pupils east. This is a very desirable piece of
- ularly believed to fade out ero long. It j at these schools. shall not wear the I Consumption Surely Cured.To suitable
hammock, soil of rich quality,
11 is however affirmed by Mr. A. Bogardas brown "untanned" leather boots with ] THE EDITOR-Please inform your readers thatI W. R. for the raising of all tropical fruits. Is
-and surely nobody has a better rightto ordinary attire, as they do not consider i have a positive remedy for the above-named situated the Narrows Enos
them becoming or dignified. : disease. By its timely ue thousand of hopelesscases at near post-
speak authoritatively a prop- have been permanently cured. I shall be office. Will sell cheap for cash. For
erly made daguerreotype would not A London statistician figures that glad to send two bottles of my remedy FREE to any particulars address
80,000 Americans have landed in of your renders who Lave consumption if they will House ft Painter '
fade out. It would become covered by a Eng send me their express and poet office address. Sign E. M. LOW
film of tarnish that would render the land this summer, the expenses across > Kfspecttully, Sept. 3. Brockton. Mass.
picture quite invisible, but that could averaging more than $100 each, and T. A. SLOCUM M. c., 181, Pearl st., New York.

be by chemical means so cleaned off that that upon tho lowest calculation they!' 34 NOTICE.

the picture would stand out as clearlyas have circulated $21,000,000 in Europe i i, CARDS. TITUSVILLE, FLA. In Circuit Court of the 7th Judicial Circuit -

when first made. This he had effected upon railways and at hotels, without of the State of Florida, JBrnard

In pictures that had vanished chases.counting the money spent in pur- :I j' GEEOS President 31. Brevard ROBBIJ.S, WALTER Secy. Brevard S. GRAHAM Ab-, county, A. D. 1889-In Chancery.

from sight fifteen years before they were It is stated in Fair that the I Abstract Co. strict Co. Will Estimate or Contract for Paint- Harry Fisher, of Baltimore -'
Vanity |
put in his hands for treatment. late prince consort left upward of i ROBBINS & GRAHAM, ing anywhere on Indian River. Md. Bill to foreclose
Imperfect and limited in its uses as vs. mort
300,000 to found "Albert
the daguerreotype was, it was the parentof fund" to make suitable an provision family for I j ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Can do all kinds of Graining, eitherin John V. Baird and Abragage..
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the almost divine art of photographyand his descendants ham DuBois Baird, et al.
the countless variations and who may hereafter require P. O. Box 250, TITUSVILLE, Brevard Co., Florida. Oil or Water-Colors,representing Oak, It appearing from the affidavit of Geo.
upon it, other than the heir apparentand j Will practice in all the ounties of the Seventh
applications of it known today, and such members of the royal family !i :Circuit and in the Supreme Court Special facili Ash. Cherry, Walnut or Mahogany. 31. Robbins, agent for complainant, that
high the deathless 'tie 'for Examining and Perfecting Land Titles. Abraham DuBois Baird is over the age
among names upon as may marry into foreign reigning f ,Correspondence solicited from Claimants and Heirs
fame's roll of the immortals, deserves houses. The queen has added to this !Ii I to Spanish Grants. Money to Loan. 12 Wood-Filling & Hard-Oil Finishing. of 21 years and that his residence is un-

to stand that of Louis Jacques Maude fund so largely that it is now said to',' known. It is therefore ordered that the

Daguerre.-J. EL Connelly. have considerably more than doubled, D.L.. GAULDEN, PAPER HANGING said Abraham DuBois Baird do plead,

and it still increases yearly. It is not, answer or demur to complainant s bill
by the first Monday in November A. D.
however, intended that it should be ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, ,
j :E.a1soD1:1.n.I.n.g: : : :
Children's Drees. available during the 1889. It is further ordered that this
present reign.
Some mothers affect very old styles in i Titusville, Florida. order be published once a week for four

dressing their babies and little children Women Who Bay Men's Hats.'It j I M. THRASHER, ANDSTENCIL consecutive weeks in the FLORIDA

and they look quaint and bear with them is not perhaps just the thing inpoint A STAR newspaper, published in Titus-

a sweetness and fragrance like that from of good manners and social eti- I ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, WORK, ville, in Brevard county, Florida, priorto

old time linen presses. I saw a little quette to allow a woman to wait while P. O. Box 20, SANFORD, FLA. ANTIQUE AND MOSAIC ; said first Monday in November, A.

girl of about 4 yean old yesterday in the you attend to the wants of a man," Will practice in all the counties of the Seventh D. 1889.
horse car. She had a HtUe short waisted said a local hat dealer the other day. Circuit and Supreme Court. 3 Witness the Hon. John D. Broome,
dress of white .nainsook i "But when a woman comes in to buya Glass StainingFor : : : : Judge of said court, as well as A. A
sash
wjth a
E. HEYSER
drawn up just under, her urtna. The hat 'for a child of one of the late ALLEN Decorating Churches, Dwellings Stewart, Clerk thereof and the seal of
akin had three man's straw hat fad,'and a masculine and all Public said court, at the Court House in Titus-
Buildings.
quite deep .tacks and it
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in behind her vine, this 5th day of October A. D.
reached her ankles She bad'on midgetsof comes we always waiton Attorney-at-Law and ouyc aiiccr. ,
him first Why! Well, for various attention all 1889.
Special to inside Finish-
slippers with silver"Jxicklea. The
Worth Dade Florida.
reasons. The man as a rule buysa Lake County, A. A. STEWART,
sleeves were thou and left, the white ing.
hat costing him all the from Clerk Circuit Court.
way Will furnish Abstracts of Title to Dade
little dimpled elbows bare, and she wore $3.25 to $5, while the woman seldom County lands. Very Respectfully, ROBBINS & GRAHAM

a cunning little Close cap of muaUn. wants more than $2 worth of hat. 15 W. R. KNOX. 254t Complainant's Solicitors.

The whole outfit could not have cost Then again it is easier and more satis- JONES & ATKINSON,

throe dollars, but there wasn't a person, factory to try to sell hats to a dozen Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida.

not even excepting a grumpy lookingold men than to try to get a woman to in- Attorneys-at-Lair, A. D. 1889. In Chancery.

man, who didnt smile al that precious vest $L75 in a straw hat for herself or T NELLIE L. WARD, complainant.TS. .

little baby sitting there so demurely 75 cents in headgear for a child. They Titusville Florida. utt'sP'ills .

and sweetly innocent of her own will cpmein with one or two T. SANDERS JESSE WARD, defendant.

quaint beauty.It continued the loquacious dealer, "and J Upon the bill in said suit"being dIed,

doesnt require velvets and silks to try on about every hat in the store be- ATTORNEY-AT-LAW FOR TORt i !.IY.4.A and due proof. made as appears-by the
jnake childhood lovely. Dresa your little fore they decide to take the first they affidavit of complainant to the same

ones comfortably and simply, but keep looked at, or .decide to go elsewhere. Will Circuit practice of in Florida.P. all the.Courts of the Seventh Judicial torpid uiiilSick 11"ILU."eS. the e\"boleRW-: showing that the said defendant resides
tern
them clean and neat and healthy and I Then, after they imagine they have O. Box.235. TITUSVILLE, FLA. 1-"lth ": :i. out of said State it is hereby ordered
selected the: best and most becoming- n Headache. that___ a n hearing ho-... had "r\n... the facts II'M1P'I -
am happy to say that it is the fashion --p
now to do just these things.-Fashion style, and they are generally very sure --- Costiveness Rl I ed in said bill, on the brit Monday .
Dyspepsia
Letter. to do that, they put it down ana take DENTAL OFFICE OF eu- December, 1880, and that sold Jesse

up another with, "Now, Julia, I don't maHsnl Sallow Skin and Piles. Ward do appear before said Court on or
before
DR. L. T. DANIEL said first Monday in December.
Th. Sign of Modem Franc, know but this would look as well on ,
There is no better remedy for theae A. D. 1889, and plead or answer to rake
It is needless to relate the oft told tale me. What do you think" Then followsan COCOA, FLORIDA common diseases than Tott'a Liver bill, and defend the and the
the animated discussion broken Will be at the Grand View Hotel TitngriHe, on rills,as a trial uill prove. P.l'Jee.2. against same
of of the ,
Hostile. by
capture Suffice it facts charged therein and dj further,
the First Monday In each Month, for one week or to
to say that it was sufficient notice to the various lapses into comments on out more. Patronage solicited,and.11 work guaranteedto Sold Everywhere.Notice and receive what said Court shall consider
monarchs of Europe that the old regime side matters till the hat clerk begins be satiafactorj. 11 in said cause.
to grow dizzy. He has not been to Road Contractors.The .
was at an end. The common people had usedto Done at Chambers at DeLand, this
captured strong fortress. The regulareofd1cra that sort of thing, poor fellow, till M.D.. L. DODSON, Board of Superintendents of 7th day of August, A. D. 1889.

had refused to fire on the within the last two seasons, and it Roads and Bridges for Brevard county, JOHN D. BECOME.
mon people. Two com- wears on him. The woman about to DENTIST, Florida, will receive sealed bids until Judge of the Circuit Court of Florida,

momentous facts purchase a hat for Johnny is a bother, TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. November 2. 1889, for the making, repairing in and for the 7th Judicial Circuit.
They proved'to all thinking 'men that but she does not become such and keeping in good HENRY T. PalEST Clerk
an unmitigated I repair all ,
the old feudal regime was gone forever. nuisance as the woman buying Office, until further notice, at Indian public roads and bridges, and building Juno, Fla. 18-3 mo.WTttMI .
The common people of France realized hat for herself. River City Hotel.
a I hope the two lighters, according to specifica- *
rage
it thoroughly; the middle classes only for men' hats among the fair sex will Quality of work unsurpassed 8 tions to be found with each of the i if UHtErssL2'X2.

partially (this was a situation in which soon disappear. I do not wonder that superintendents of the several road I O f ,H e wriu*t-w.at w.k_a**.tatc.1
only those who suffer LEWIS JSO.-.i&; I MW.**.sf4) ...-q
can realize); the dry goods clerks and those who have J.F. districts in the county-the superintendents p, Cor L C AOM A O.'.*lb.-M<]pdII:
priests and nobility not at all and many constantly to minister to a woman'svagwies being L. A. Coleman LaGrange, 4'. .stkssa........ .a. ..u*.CUUJIOS.Z.0de. .,-
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lost their heads without gaining the are baldheaded." Civil: Engineer and Snrveyor district No. 1; Frank Boye, Titusville, A. '. ) *..

knowledge But the fall of the Hostile And the'hat dealear went out with a district'No. 2; A. Z. Dixon, City Point, WIWua. 11151.-I Mee Sarre.ri....t ..........

was indeed the sign of modern France. smile to meet two young women who, Titosville, Fla. district No. 3; John Houston, Eau Gal- ir..lae"...,I' .i n...I'm 7"1......*.

The French do well to celebrate it every fortunately for him, only wanted to lie, district No. 4; Thomas J. DeSteu- psi. .,W.VTVVW.... M-.WW". wdtns w.I-n.e' mfP -
where.-J. EL Beadle. look over his stock of valises.-New T> B. BURCHFIELD, ben Fort Pierce, district No. 5. Said taU.d..... fcrywrt .... ......

York Star. bids shall be for one year for each of the ".7
Good Adrtoa Thrpw Aw.,. COUNTY SURVEYOR. I several road districts, each district separately OUM u.u.I.rl..feta*!"..M-1

A Berlin judge the other day, when addressing Orders by mail will receive as prompt : ;and no contractor shall work more -v.ywtotrtMhoM .- 'sr..mat rwr ,f&..'.:.;
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than district. The 'r.- t
tMqsTMdtmda
one Board
locksmith claims f
a who appeared attention calls in =
as as
a person.Address.Geo Shall ,
A we YOU iaf
witness, spoke as follows:. 'I should have built new imperial train has just been Ala the privilege of rejecting any or,all,bids, ...... Write start._... .... aD....tai.. aat,.....at...W*
for the emperor of Russia. ,The rgiana) and all and every bid offered must be anMartMcwuyi w.wn dart y.a tf T...*.!f.: ..IIIUItIIMr",1
would
thought you dissuadeour workmen saloons sas.d.f ..r,.. wySKSKSS a
are covered with iron outside accompanied with a good and sufficient take UU,...will U skis.pick .-
from to law for urh ** RUE P. ELY .
going > LritlVltnessTbatts ?
a + and then inches LA O ecowMoT a M come eight of cork, bond for the .. ...
twice .
amount of the bid doll M Ira.
\- what I did I will, instead, the. steel plates with which to be approved by the Board of ,..,.. fat Photograph h.eeL .....Aibwtas.r.l.wK.e a e.t.... nut.v.t.dPIs.D.CH.r.l.aiy .

"Children"said L "the clerk at tl.., Ijwyers the carriages of the old train were pro- Notary Public for the State at! rge. intendents before the contract will Super-be 4.tarps d1,d.s..ra..ia..ikad. ....... MIpiM ....rMSA.ka.u..a --. rsw.r ..
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will take your:coat and ilu i.iu-u-r, tected. All the saloons which communicate Justice ,of the: Peace 17th Dist. let. .....a t.t.n..lY1 t.nw.....Blf, ..we....nail, w. Bt t****-47**!. -..**.
will off ...... .......
,strip jour shirt, unit u* fur t.'u by covered passage,are exactl CONTRACTOR All bids to be addressed to L. A. Cole- -taniag.A.....rtraW vw .,...."."'wt twn ...-
judge why, man, lul| .klu MM" alt\ 'r v the same in outward & BUILDERof ..,...k...... tir.awar" --- ..
appearance. man, LaGrange, Florida. >...... _.w.... Ti.. *
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You see, I talked *>n:i ialy tu ilu- .ftd:;, so that no outsider mav be able to ihs over 30 read experience 'Natural- JOHK HOUSTON, Chairman. ....<........-..-..U7.LedMe..k.... r.H h i ........u4..............,
Jik'f&hat. but it wild :f uf 1m its"-. cover in which finish a specialty.. M wk wrh..a..wtch psaie.tr sox...wi.tOt..r... ...
.. ; ( .h' carriage. : tho. czar U L. A. COLEMAN, Clerk. r.a87 BUtln.Bofc(sad rwMicmte. After, -
.4; ... tray ells .' < e Florida.' e 7ituav Hr 'Fla.:,Oct.7 .' kuvid TM. ..1.rh p M tenk w y..h* w I*' .-.
\ ". : ;: 1889. 95 A4Mn .,X ,&VUU_ GCCAMMMf _

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FLORIDA STAR, :WEDNESDAY, OOT. 23, 1889. 7

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I invite the Trade to consider my c ." : "'1oV. '_-_ THE MUSIC HOUSE OF FLORIDA: .

Large and Very Complete Stock when .... ..'-' Y HERE WE ARE AGAIN !
:
desiring to Purc aseGROCERIES
Il
.. 14CURE. A. B. CAMPBELL

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Jacksonville Fla.

; .! ; : ; J W ROGERS & GO .

FITS Knabe Pianos Weber Pianos, Haines ,:
\ 4d Bros.! Pianos, Morris Pianos, Wilcox &

White Organs and Chicago Cottage Before an intelligent, appreciative and .

When I say CURE I do not mean merely to Organs.I discriminating public, present ourselves
DRY GOODS '' .' stop them for a time,and then have them return will Sell and Deliver at your nearest
; ,:l I A KAD1CAL .
again. MEAN CURE.I and make our bow that
Jb' -" ; have made the disease ofFITSPILEPSY station High GradePIANOS announcing we

or are candidates for their favors, good
t '" "'.
Shoes ; ;: c \ t".-r ,;" FALLING SICKNESS, wishes and-cash. f.;

life-long study. I WARRANT my remedy to
CURE the worst cases. Because others have As blood is thicker than water, so is
failed is no reason for not now receiving cure.
.. Send at once for a treatise and a FREE BOTTLE cash better than cre it."e propose to
;; of my INFALLIBLE RE IEDY. Give Expressand OR
Hats Post Office. It costs you nothing for a get out of the old ruts, and Sell our
trial, and it will cure you. Address
H.C.ROOT,M.C., 183 PEARL ST.NEW Yosx Goods at Rock Bottom Prices for hard

Clothing ORGANSFOR Cash *


We handle first cla -
a *S line of

LESS MONEY than any other house in the
United States.! \\illsLip a Piano or Organ to
TRUNKS VALISES : auy honest man or woman, on trial, and if not
satisfactory. I will pay freight both ways. $25 Olotliing
cash and $10 a month on a Piano,and$10 cash and. ,
$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 Both Ready-made and to Order.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS FREE CATALOGUE containing full information.
Sheet Music.Strings,Violins, Banjos, Guitars, Ac-
cordeons, and in fact, every Musical Instrument
that is made and at very low prices. Send for com. Our
GENTS' STRAW HATS NEAT AND PROMPT.FOR plete Catalogues. I have 20.000 pieces of Choice
'Music at 10 ccuts'per COP).

AT YOUR v OWN PRICE. PIANOSORGANS A.. B. Campbell, Jacksonville, Fla. 5 Gents5 Furnishing DepartmentIs


I Can "Beat the Jews" on Low Complete. Nobby Hats from

Priced Pants, to Close Out.LADIES' SCOTT'SEMULSION first-class hands, and Shoes to buit the

most fastidious. Trunks, Valises and

JOB PRINTING Hand Satchels, too low to quote. '

I LI & B. 5. Mil H. For fine Cigars and, Tobaccos we cannot .

be excelled in the county. -*,
FIFTH ANNUAL OF PURE COD LIVER GIL
We earnestly ask an inspection of our

CLEARANCE SALE AND. HYPOPHOSPHITES Goods before buying elsewhere.J. .

-SUCH AS- June I to Aug. I 1,1839. Almost as Palatable as Milk.

DRESSGOODS So disguised tbat it can be taken, 1v Rogers & Co.
digested, and assimilated by the most
sensitive stomach, when the plain oil
$25,000'Vorth cannot be tolerated; and by the com-
ninatlon of the oil with the hypopnos*
pbites is much more efficacious. .
of Pianos and "-
LETTERIIEADS.l'1)TEUEADS, Organs Remarkable as a flesh producer.
from best makers to be closedout
regardless of cost or'value Persons gain rapidly while taking its STTTT RAY
Stock,too large. Must convert *
,
'
MILLINERY SCOTT'S EMULSION is 1
into cash or Installment assets acknowledged
Physicians to be the Finest and Best prepa-
Some,entirely NEW INSTRUMENTS ration in the world for the relief and cure of *
BILL-HEADS not used a day. TITUSVILLE, FLA.Geu'I .
CONSUMPTION, SCROFULA,
Some,Nearly New-used a few
g. months only. GENERAL DEBILITY, WASTING

' ,. Some,used DISEASES, EMACIATION,
LADIES' HATS a year or so.-Some*
used two to three years. COLDS and CHRONIC COUGHS.
STATEMENTS, Some,flue Second Hands-taken The great remedy for ConsumpKan, and
-. In exchange, and made new in Wasting in Children. Sold by all Druggist MerchandiseSTORE.
our repair Factory RepolishedRestrung.
Ladies' Underwear Restored In Tone
CIRCULARS, and Action, and made good for If any dealer says he has the W.L.Douela;
of serTice.BARGAINS. Shoes without name and price stamped ot
.A yearn the bottom put him down as a fraud.
EVERY ONE. s
Prints, 5cts., FOLDERS, r. ,

Lawns. lets., EASY TERMS,

Ginghams, 7cts., Your OWN TERMS almost. ",
Very light Monthly Payments, ; "
Standard Cotton Checks, 7cts., INVITATIONS or Small Cash Payment and balance I propose to keep ,
when you get ready.
Pins,5ctf.
,
Needles, 5cts., _PROGRAMMES, CASH BUYS CHEAP A First-Class Stock

Jeans, 20018., Give yon all the time wanted
but SPOT CASH will save
you
Spool Cotton, 2cts., STREAMERS, money. TRY US ON. We will
-oFGROCERIES-
Brown Cottons,6cts., meet yon every time.PIANOS.

Ladies' Lace Mitts. 15cts. and 20cts. DODGERS,

Ladies' Kid Gloves 75cts. to $1.00; re-

duced from $1.00 and $1.25. Ladies' $50 $75 $100 $150.ORGANS
.
,
Spring and Summer Hats Very Low to
Close Out. BUSINESS CARDS, r. ,

.

WEDDING. CARDS, $24, $35. $50, $75. W. L. DOUGLAS

1 am prepared with several Carloads ofFERTILIZERS FORGENTLEMEN. DRY GOODS .
VISITING CARDS WRITE FOR BARGAIN SHEET. $3 SHOE ,

Best In the-world. Examine his
CLEARANCE SALE 85.00 GENUINE HAND-SEWED SHOE.
84.00 HAND-SEWED WELT SHOE. NOTIONS .. .(
83.50 POLICE AND FARMERS SHOE. ,.
SUMMER 1889. 82.50 EXTRA VALUE CALF SHOE. -
82.25 WORKINGMAN'S SHOE.
82.00 and 81.75 BOYS' SCHOOL SHOES
All made in Congress, Button and Lace. Hens' ladies' & Childrens'
To f upply the wants in this line. SEND YOUR ORDERSTO HIDDEN&BATES.S.M.H.
SAVANNAH GA. W. L. DOUCLAS

Kainit, 53 SHOE LAbO.RES.
Potash SE.OES.
THEFLOKIDA- Beat Material. Best Style. Best Fitting. .
Ground Bone, If Dot sold by your dealer, write 0
W. L. DOUGLAS. BBOCKTON. MASS
Ash Element,' Examine. L. Douglas' $2 Shoes for ALSOCROCKERY

Acid Phosphates, STAR Gentlemen.
.
Cotton Seed Meal, P FOR SALE BY GLASSWARE ,
? ,
.. Cotton Seed Hill Ashes, '
C. J. HECTOR
Fish and Potash, JOB .PRINTING OFFICE, HARDWARE '

Bradley's Orange Tree Sheriffs Sale. Melbourne, Fla.

And Vegetable Fertilizers. Under and by virtue of an execution : :- AND

Will meet Jacksonville quotations with I issued out of the Circuit Court.for the For Sale by

t freight added, in same quantity lots. .... ,.' ., Seventh Judicial Circuit of Florida, for U. D. HENDRICKSON, Ship Chandlery Goods.These
Brevard county, upon a judgment lately .
recovered in said court by Annie K. Lake Worth, Fla.

Hogg, a free dealer, against D. P. Smith,
Prices Reduced alLines as administrator of the estate of Frank will be the main. features of my ..
on nearly Smith, deceased, to be satisfied out of the business, but orders sent me for anything -
assets of said estate in the hands of said Pianos Organs kept in any store in Titus-
in Stock. administrator, I have levied upon and vine will be promptly filled.WWbnyFrnits.EggsCMcte.
will sell at public outcry in front of the

..... Court-house door, at Titnsyille, in said
; county,on the first Monday in November, If you want to purchase a
1 A. D. 1889 between the hours of 11 a.m.
have too Goods to enumerate ,
many Piano or Organ, write to the un-
Prices on all that reduced. and 3 p. m., the following-described real .
are ;. estate, belonging to the estate of Frank dersigned or give him a call. Or any Country Produce my customersor'
t'<) ,' Smith deceased in'the hands of his ad- friends ,
bring
COME AND SEE. w ; Y Y Can sell you any of the in- may ;
: ministrator, to-wit: to market.
Lot one, section three, township thirty struments of the best and leading J
K I will not be undersold .. .. south, thirty-eight east, containing .
range
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"i :; {. Forty-five and one-half acres. Also lot makers at prices that defy I[ ask ,for a share of the public patronage -
,'i: :);. : : ,-and come as a supplicant, not a, .
;i four, section thirty-four, township twen- competition.
p* Iasi Prepared with CHEAP 3.. ':s ,," ty-nine: south, range thirty-eight east, die tat r,'asking for your favors.If .

. GOODS and with Better Goodsto containing 8ixty-four and one-half acres. courteous treatment,good
Pianos and {Organs) sold on Hie Installment -
Supply You.Very 1 { : : Also the northeast quarter of the north- ; goods f the and candidate.low figures for is

t west quarter of section three, township "
k '
when desired. ,Discountto
plan
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,.; public favor,
:: thirty; south, range thirty-eight.east, containing .
''' fortyeJgbtacres. Also lot four, then I'melected. '
; xfc ;r,1**\, > Churches on ,Organs .
:
south
'. I section_ ten, township thirty-five ,

Respectfully, :' ." .*.*. .. .* range forty east containing sixty-four All correspondence will receive prompt Agent., for, Chattanooga Plow Co.,
%7r ** .and sixty hundredths acres. Chilled Plows and'SugarCane J'I'
: ,** attention. ,
', "; JAKES'E. BOWMAN, '
'GEO. B.: RUMPH .'t :: lt:' jt :r Sheriff Brevard Co. E. B.. WAGER, Mills.TH "
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.. L BOBBINS & GRAHAM, '
TITTSTILLE FLA.x Florida. : ;
> ,. Attorneys for plaintiff. 24 THusTlIIe, .O1'f, .. .

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'R' l I j. THE FLORIDA STAR; WEDNESDAY, OCT. 23, 1889. Ao.

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.LOCAL LACONICS.Mr. f!I = aptait!:Harry Shaw, the newly-ap -J. S. Watson & Co. received to-day, .;<*:;} '" ;0'
fresh lot of Henderson's seeds. $ :-< ''
Life a
pointed Inspector of Saving.Ser.nce .
11 ,
..
John J. LaRoche of Courtney,
this coast reached here with the |
on Money Money 1 Money to .
.was in town yesterday.Mr. schooner Corinne last Thursday. Friday to loan on real estate. Apply to Robbins 4 : ..' I'

C B. Davis, of Palatka, was in morning he set sail for Pepper Hauloverto & Graham, Titusville, Fla. | p
town Monday evening. inspect the House of Refuge kept at
... that place by Mr. Orlando Quarterman.Mr. -Buy your cotton seed meal of J. S. !
i -:Mr. W. J. Ragan, of Courtney, was Watson & Co. They are headquartersfor
in town Monday evening. E. M. Brelsford, accompaniedby fertilizers. (
his mother, Mrs. D. H. Brelsford, arrived I
i -3Ir. F. E. Sheperd and wife and Mr. from Xenia Ohio, last Saturday, -M. B. Bunnell. brick-layer and This will will be filled next week

R. C. Allen, of Allentown, Ga., are reg- and left for hi1! home at Palm Beach on plasterer, is prepared to take contracts space
istered at the Grand View.Mr. the steamer Georgiana Sunday noon. anywhere on Indian River. Addressall

P. A. Lorimier is away for a His brother. Dr. J. H. Brelsford, is in communications to Titusville, Flori-
few days this week on a visit to Jacksonville New York selecting and purchasing fur- da. 24The with a list of Bargains from "The People'sBazaar.

but is"expected back about Satur- niture for Capt. Dimick's new hotel. Titusville Junior Baseball nine ,

day. -Messrs.. A. :31. Hamilton & Co. ship- went out to Mims last Saturday after "

-:Mrs. S. B. Bletben and daughter arrived ped about one hundred and forty barrelsof noon and played the home club at that Cash
*b on Monday evening's train from fish last week, most of which were place, with a score of 17 to 0 in favor of ;

the north;bound for their winter homeat caught near this place and at the Haul- Titusville, and only six innings played. t
City Point. over Captain Joe Smith informs us that Our little fellows are hard to down, and i
condi- it will be for the Mims club I
he expects to have oysters in good necessary ,.
-For Sale-Kirkwood wind-mill, inperfect tion in about two weeks' time. Everyoneis to do some practicing before trying them !
order. Reason for selling have no
him they again.
ready to patronize as soon as
further use for same. For particulars
arrive.
apply to G. Loutrel Lucas, Eden, Fla. -An Apron Fair and Oyster Supper
-Mr. Louis Dorman left this place will be given by the 'King's Jewels"the .
-Mr. S. Fisk Worthington, of Xew last week for Washington, D. C., where ( second class of St. Gabriel's Sunday .,
York, and Mr. 31. J. Frankenstein, of his family is at present I located. school) at the building on Main street

Savannah were among the arrivals at His place in the signal office here is to recently occupied by F. G. Huckabay as
Indian River Hotel Thursday evening.Dr. be taken by Mr. Lichty, whowas, form- a furniture standon, the evening of GEORGE M. BOBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM, J. !I. ROLi Si

J. M. Brown has returned from erly located at Jupiter, but more recentlyof Thursday, the 31st in t. The Fair will Atty.-at-Law. Atty.-at-Law.utarv Pablo

i St. Augustine to remain permanently in Southport, N. C. Mr. Dorman expect be open from five o'clock to ten p. m., I, E.c: bins: Graham crt: lEtollixts,
Titusville. He says be only went to the to go to Oregon, where he has a fine the proceeds to be used far purchasing a DEA.LERS
"ancient city" to locate his family there. place and home, intending to give up window for the church. REAL, ESTATE ,
the signal service altogether.A ALL KINDS OF PROPERTY BOUGHT, SOLD & EXCII1SCED.
*
-The ladies of the Presbyterian -We hear that work on the tobacco
Church of Titiuville will give an oyster large pile of lumber which Oliver farm near Maytown is progressing: favor Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Co.,

r Cupper for the benefit of their church on & Budge had stacked up on the north i I ably. Mention of this agricultural P. O. Box, 25O,
Tuesday evening, the 12th of next month. side of the railroad track, near the river venture was made in these columns a few
lost its equilibrium Monday afternoonand weeks ago. Since that time Mr. H. H. I TITUS v'ILL E, BllEV AnD CO., FLORIDA.We .
-Xext Tuesday will be town election
I fell over onto another lower pile Harrison, who has charge of the work,
Vote for those whom -
are day.confident will make persons the best record you with a crash. A colored man at work on has nearly recovered from his illne *. Buy and Sell all kinds of Real Estate and are sole Agents for a large ltitclcuefullselected
the lower lumber had down The syndicate of intend to
just come capitalists all of Lrevard C'oumty.
for town the coming Properties in parts
our government about three minutes before the lumber try both pine and hammock land in the RELIABLE Information furnished as to character, location and value of any IV& *.
year. fell to get a drink of water. That drinkof culture of tobacco. pert on Indian River. '

-:Mr. E. D. Raney returned from his water undoubtedly saved his life. -The U. S. Government has just com- Our facilities for the transaction of a general Real Estate bii'ine** are net+jwiW,
trip 10 Bainbridge, Ga., last Thursday and effort will be made to give perfect satisfaction to intending Parcltaasen.ls:
every
*. -Mr. R. '\ Andrews, of Melbourne, pleted a survey of the sounds and riversof
night. The Titusville baseball team
has been in town for this North Carolina all the mafayor us with their patronage.
a day or so showing area -
misled his services as pitcher while he Xo Properties listed unless the Title is Perfect.
week. His wife accompanied him suitable for oyster culture. A book con-
upon
was attention Colonies and Syndicates desiring large bodies of hv.priced .
away. Special given to
the steamer it. Lucie Monday as far as taining 100 pages, with accompanyingmaps lanoS. Write for
-The rumor that the Indian River Cocoa, where she stopped to attend to has been issued by the Coast Survey Descriptive Pamphlet.

Steamboat Company had purchased the some matters connected with the Episco- Department. Persons interested in
old steamer H. Wailes Line which is pal Church at Melbourne Mr. Andrewshas the oyster culture of Indian River will GEORGE M. BOBBINS, President.YALTER S. GRAHAM.<< HIT.BrT7 .

stranded at Sand Point, for $100 is with- the Carleton prepared so that the find therein much valuable information.A : trca. Tostz-itot of" Titlo: Oo.,

out foundation.Mr. house can be opened to the public in avery limited number of copies will be sent Incorporated A. D. 1889.

A. L. Hatch and wife, of City few days, and he hopes for a prosperous to parties free by applying to the agent
P Point, were registered at the Grand View tourist reason this winter. He returned for charts, Mr. Robert Ranson, Canaveral CAPITAL STOCK, 5,000 ; FULLY PAID ; SOX-ASSESSABLE.

I :Monday and Tuesday. Mr. Hatch at- on this morning's steamer. Fla. Charges for Abstracts as follows: $3.00 for Opening Number and oOc. for each ai

tended the meeting of the School Board -Attention is called to the new ad. -The new firm of Robbins, Graham & dditional Transfer. For continuing an Abstract the charges are the.**me, vit,$lflO)
held yesterday. vertisement of Mr. E. L. Brady which Rollins have already succeeded in gettinga for the first additional and oOc. for each succeeding transfer.

vi -Dr, Souvielle, of Jacksonville, and appeared in our columns last week, but move started in real estate circles. Last Taxes Paid for Xoii-Reldents.

Mr. T. L. Irwin, also of the metropolis, failed to receive mention at the time. i week they sold the property of Rev. Sid- t?** For a Small Fee we will relieve non-resident land owners of the worry asj
1 were registered at the Indian River Hu- Mr. Brady receives due credit for beingone ney"Wilbur situated on Main street, ad- annoyance incident to the Payment of Taxes, and Insure them against lossbjTiX
tel Monday. They returned to Jacksonville of the shrewdest business men in joining the residence of E. L. Brady, to Sale. 12
this morning.Mr. this section of the State and the growthof ::s. H. Vanlandingham for the sum of Box 250 Titusville FJa.
his business has been such that he $1,400. Yesterday they sold a lot on Ju- ,
S. H. Ray has purchased the should be pleased with it, and he no lia street, opposite Captain Fisher's resi-

stock of furniture recently carried by doubt has earned it by close attention to dence, belonging to George F. Ensey, to E. L. BEI..A..DY"DEALER : ;
:Mr. F. G. Huckabay and will hereafter his customers and patrons. In the grocery Dr. J. B. Screven, upon which our new

keep in stock such goods in this line as trade and shoe business he is in the druggist, who is making many friends, IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE*
will meet the demands of the trade.J. front rank of Titusville merchants.Rev. will build a neat house in the near future. ,,

A. Durst, of Crescent City, the A. F. Sharpe, of Kansas City, They also concluded, yesterday, negotia- TITUSYILLE; FLORIDA,
tions for the sale of the George F. En-
pioneer well-sinker of the State of Flor- arrived in town last Saturday evening, residence on Palm street to the Epis- Calls the attention of the people of Indian River to the Large and Complete Stock
ida,is now operating at Lake Worth, Fla., and at present is stopping at the Indian sey ofF8N'CY
Church be used
where all communications may be addressed River Hotel.)Ir.Sharpe held morning and copal to as a rectory.
The church property, with this addition, d3 ST.A.PLE a-B.OOEF"'"
and information received. evening service at St. Gabriel's Church
will be of the finest in town. It is
one
Sunday, and as his time will probably be GARDEN SEEDS AND SEED POTATOESMade
-We call attention to the card of W. divided between this place and Cocoa he situated on the highest land and is a cor-
P. Underwood elsewhere in our columns, ner lot, the dimensions of which, with a Specialty.
i will officiate at St. Michael's Church. Cotton Seed Meal in stock and and otbt
always being: Agent for the
; 3Iapes
advertising his fine naphtha launch for i the recent purchase, is 144 by 165. Both
Cocoa
I next Sunday. By this means he brands of Fertilizers, can deliver same direct from the Manufacturer's Aptncriaasl
carrying parties for short runs up and will hold service at each place alternate the buildings upon the premises are neat at their price. We also call the attention of the public to our NEW SHOE DEPARTMENT
down the river and the
or cruising anywhere structures excellently adapted to
Sundays, although it is the wish of St.Gabriel's which is well stocked in Men's, Women and Children's Shoes. Ocr
the
along coast. for which they will be used. The
to retain him here permanently purpose stock of GRAIN HAY & FEED
consideration for the residencewas of all kinds, is the largest in this section.
-Miss Jennie B. Gray, formerly a resident if possible. Lay-reading morning and $1,600. Mr. Ensey donatedone Your orders are solicited, and any correspondence or quotation will be promptly -
Ensey kindly
of LaGrange, and who taught evening, will be'continued at this place attended to. !6
hundred dollars of the
school in that precinct for several years, by Mr. Henry Egger on those Sundays purchase
.
ha returned again to our from he is absent. Morning services hereafter money to the church.J.
county
Clinton, Iowa, and has accepted the will commence at 11 o'clock; evening S. Watson & Co. want 500 boxesof JACKSONVILLE MARBLE' CO., O. tT.Hardware. ::D: CWXc: ,

charge of the public school at ROckledge.Mr. services at 7 o'clock. lemons.J. .
:Dealers u:
M. Goldsmith, of Columbia S. -Social Entertainment. The first S. Watson & Co. have the straw- and
C., has been spending a few days with social gathering of the season in Titus- berry plants. Send them your orders. Jonuments.HeadAtone., ri
Mr. Jos. Mendel, of this place. He ex- ville will be inaugurated by )Ir. C. H. ,

pects to make Titusville his future resi- Walton, at the Indian River Hotel, on General Produce
dence and will undoubtedly start up in Saturday evening next, the 26th instant, Iron Fencing
business here, assisted bv his sons. He when he will be ably supported by Mrs. THE BEST WATCH IN THE WORLD Lawn Furniture \
returned to Columbia this morning. F. B. Sackett, Mrs. A. J. Mitchell; "

There was a pleasant dance at the Col. D. L. Gaulden, Dr. W. S. Graham, FOR THE MONEY r' I Marble, MERCHANT. ;
E. B. J. W. Granite Slate,
Wager, Huntington, E. D.
Indian River Hote
Monday evening, got- Melbourne. Florid
Raney, E. T. Redding, John Cameron .
,
ten by the of the Onyx.
men
up young place,
which etc. Those taking part in the entertain- ;? ,. ONLY $20.1
affair
was quite an enjoyable to all
ment and also their friends Building Stone,
invitedto
those present. The music on violin and are HAVING BOUGHT THE IXDIAS ..
take their seats at 8:30 p. m. Cards Wire Footing,
a organ,furnished by Mrs. Sackett, Messrs.
Redding Lewis and others will follow the entertainment, and no +ri,-avR+aisaeet Slate Mantels RIVER, BAKERYWe i
was very dancing will be permitted on that even- e ,,, > x*
Iron Mantels.
good.
ing. The ability of Colonel Gauldenand 8 For a 14K. Gold will Keep on Hand Every Day
-Please notice the rounds of the Tax Dr. Graham to the audienceis Orates.er I
amuse
'
Collector in another column and be filled Open Face,
prepared too well known to need any comment :14.K. FRESH BREAD CAKES PIES !
for him when he calls at each pre- from us. rutm Stem Wind, Screw 6n Gf U tt
cinct. Pay your taxes and it will save Back and front J.
case .
deal of -At their last regular monthly meet- ''I ::1 : ... I'I ETC. ALSOSoawater
a Lateron
you great perhaps.
worry
ing the Town Council passed an ordi- with an H :It ,
you may forget the matter and by
your negligence your property be ad rer- clear nance of in regard bystanders to keeping the the platform ELGIN OR WALTHAM i ii>> I Bottlers of Giigff
tised. on arrival of ,1 ,: I

trains at the depot, and empowered the y, movement. .:f N.: : 1 I
-W'e hear it rumored tnat the T. marshal to for \ L I I Ale and other DrinkALL
J. keep porters hotels and N Case warranted by ... ... .
and K. W. Ry. Co. will institute their aIr persons at a respectable distance from ,
,
makers for 1.ean.WATCHES wAnd all kinds of Tiling Hearths,
4 Wire Mata, and
winter railroad schedule about the 10th the passenger coaches so as not to crowd in fact anything made of Wire, Iron,or any kind of ORDERS RECEIVE PEOMFlATTENTION.
of next month only about two weeks off the passengers emerging from the cars. sent Stone.'Send ..
lit when we will have two daily trains in- This ordinance has been needed for a to any point of the style of for Catalogue, at the same time. stating the i
goods you are in ned of. as we hare differ
stead of one, as at present. The businessof long time. In the past a stranger arriv- conntrjwhere there ent Catalogues in the different branches of our
this company is growing to be im ing at this place would have to elbow -. Is an Express Office business. 25 S. A. BELCHER & COXP1KT,
mense. his the 23 Laura Street Jacksonville, Fla.
way through crowd, who would ,
I -I C. O. D. subject to PROPRIETORS, l4
the flock up to the coaches in such a way as
Nearly ever day fast mail train inspection beforepurchasing -
from Jacksonville to Sanford is crowded to create an unfavorable impression with when A. Lu Hatch & Son TITUSVILLE. FLA.
with passengers a few of them coming any visitor or new comer to our town. m
The Council have the thanks of the { order accompanied -
this way but the majority going to San- entire DEALERS INGOODS,4NOTIONSCrockery
ford and branching 'into other partsof community for passing the ordinanceand by 50c. to pay

the State south and west of that point. the marshal in enforcing it. Express charges. J. PRITCIIARD. President.
DRY
We need an exhibit at Jacksonville to -At the meeting of the stockholdersof J.,clr,}""atdctal J.siroiao. J. U. )I. nuowccashw'
induce people to continue coming to In- the Titusville School Building Associ- ..arr ,
dian River. ation held last Friday afternoon the Tie abort m nhowt bow back
aaatr
ae.tre.stfei -"
-Mr.J.E. M.Hodgson, of Eau Gallie, proposition of County Superintendent Hardware, Saddlery, INDIAN RIYER Bill
who left here on the third inst with the Sams was considered, and at a further Write for an Illustrated Catalogue. Stationery, Family Medicines -

body of the late W. H. Adams, returned consultation with the members of the Garden SebJs,
Saturday night from Montreal, Canada, School Board at their meeting yesterday, WM. H. SPECK JEWELER Titusville, Florida.A .

and started for Eau Gallie Sunday morn- the Board purchases the property, requiring CHOICE GROCERIES, GENERAL BAHXDTG BUSINESS H.II- .
warrantees deed
ing. He reports having encountered & a from the stockholders Cor. Lemon and Front Sts.,
rough passage between New York and for which they pay the associa- Hay, Corn, )[apes Fertilizers. SACTED.
Jacksonville on his return. tion $825 in scrip, bearing eight percent PALATKA. FLORIDA. '
interest in six CITY POINT FLORIDA. Exchange bought and sold. 3P&1'
payable years or earlier if 1' '
attention collection'
-Mr. A. S. Lee, who has been spending .. they desired; tlis amount to be deducted -- prompt negotiated on first given mortgage for S.T '
the summer .at Waukesha, Wis., arrived from Titusville pro rata of the school THE Banks. Corporations and lnd1Tkh& *- 1$
here Monday evening registeringat fund the Board also Di ss o luttoe. eat allowed on time deposits.
,
assuming the present Launch Advances made upon available eoUatrriu*
the Indian River Hotel He started mortgage of$600. Prof. Schell and Naphtha "Livinier"Can Notice is hereby given that the firm of Approved business pmperdiJCoanW1Drafts -

for Rockledge yesterday morning. His his assistants opened school Monday! be Hired for Short Runs or Cruis- Porter & Potter is this day dissolved by Cosiness on all done parts at of JaeksonTtn Europe. iv -<< _
brother, be says, will be down'.in a few morning, ,much to the satisfaction of mutual consent. Every favor consistent wim S2i
i days to be present at the sale of the Hotel many of our citizens having children to ing. For terms and particulars address 0. S. POUTER, banking cheerfully estandc ,

Indian River property, to take place send, who were getting impatient over W. P. Underwood Cocoa, Fla. GEO. W POTTER. CORRESPONDENTS:Bank of JaeYsos
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Monday the 4th of ovember. the Jacksonville Fla. The Seaboard
delay. ;
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