The Florida star

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The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
S.W. Harmon
Creation Date:
October 16, 1889


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


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

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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


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Cocoa An Open Letter.To Melbourne. Henry Titus for Marshal. Mims. .

Mr. o.X. Wood came home last Friday the Honorable Board of County Coram Beautiful weather but very dry. Dryas Editor Florida Star: fine Miss Venetia Mims is the recipient of.

from his place on the St. Lucie s opera, Brevard (;b., Flo a prohibition picnic. As the time draws near for the fall a new organ. .

Hirer.Mitf. GENTLEMEN -\Ve hare read your refusal Lieut. O'Brien, of-the Micco Signal election all interest seems to center in The first shipment of oranges from this

Daisy Peck enjoyed a visit at to comply with our request to Station, was a pleasant caller Tuesday the "wet and dry"contest, and many lose section went from B. J.Mima' grove on
Iwt week with her sister, Mrs. make an appropriation for a Sub-Tropic last. sight of the important fact that Titus- the 15th Inst.

Courtney P. Porcher. al county exhibit, ,as, published in the yule is to elect her city officers for the A grass mower, of the Meadow King-
E. STAR of the 9th instant, in the shape ofa Mr. C. H. Stewart'has his sailboat out ensuing year during the present month. was left here by Saturday's trains
Jalma Lapham, in his steam.buneh on Mr. Gjbbs's for repairing and repainting -
}[r. series of resolutions. We regret the ways There is no prospect of a contest for any for Mr. A. Brady.
Curlew,came over to Cocoa Monday conclusion reached by your honorable municipal office except for the positionof

with a party of friends. body, for reasons which we propose to Capt. T. E. Richards came up Tuesday marshal, and if rumor may be trusted Messrs. Dave Harrison and Bob Carlile
is at home and present for consideration.The there are numerous for this started down the river fur their winter
Div !*. T. Daniel again your evening from Eden to hear the temperance aspirants position
friends are glad to see himespecially extra expense of the county for speakers. the duties pertaining to which are season of hunting.Mr. .
vji many
1 those with aching teeth. quarantine matters last summer, as wellas of such a nature that every resident of Robert Mima, of Savannah has'
the useless and unnecessary expenseof Rev. A. B. Dilley returned from his the town may well give the matter of the been few' days here lookingafter
)Ir. C. H. Smith has a very fine stand the special election ; as far as it has northern vacation Saturday and preached election of a suitable party for the position spending his business a interests.A .
of e .P Tanta and WH begin to ship them gone, were fully considered before we Sabbath morning in the Methodist Church due consideration at this time. The

to the northern markets next week. made our application. That is passed ordinances of the town make it the dutyof temperance meeting was held op*

!. Services!were held last Sunday in the and beyond recall, although the wisdomof here.Miss Allen's place has just been worked the marshal to collect all revenues accruing Friday evening. A large crowd gathered

M. E. Church South. Rev. James such a severe drain on our finances is, over again ana looks well. It is one of from taxes and other sources, and to hear the temperance (?) speeches.Mr. .

nev Bolton preached and the services were and will be an open' question. What the prettiest and most cozy homes in consequently he should be a good collector C. N. Mims has returned after
I largely attended. confronts us now is a living question of Melbourne. and accountant. His further dutiesare several weeks sojourn on the mountainsof
the greatest possible importance to the to see that the ordinances of the town Tennessee and is improved in health.
: Hr.Schoonmaker s neat sloop, the Mattie future welfare and prosperity of our A school of tarpon were seen last are respected, and to this purpose the; .
.' hauled out and is to be repainted county. Your argument against makingan Tuesday leaping from the water and marshal should devote his entire time.I Mr. Brit. Mims has gone to superin- .
l San d put in shipshape for the use of appropriation is simply this: "We sporting between Mr. Hector and Mr. see by last week's STAR that Mr. tend the erection of -a wharf And other .

the winter tourists.Mrs. have not the money on hand, hence we Goode's wharves.Mr. Henry Titus has declared himself as a improvements on his grove at Rockledge.

J. M. Thomas and her little son I decline to aid in making a county ex- Oscar Hall, whom everyone candidate for the office, and, as a proper- Baseball all the go-going fast. The

. Mirrin returned to Cocoa last Saturday hibit." knows, and Mr. Muriel, formerly propri- ty-holder of the town, I sincerely hopehe Magnolias of LaGrange, and the Daisies
after seeFlorida eral months' yisit-In Middle If all enterprises were abandoned sim- etor of a hotel -Daytona, were in town will be elected. He is fully endowed of Mims, held possession of the ground
k: and Georgia.Mrs. ply because the projectors did not have last week taking orders. with all of the qualifications necessary to Saturday.Mrs. .
.J the money to carry them out, the busi- the fulfilment of the duties of the office
H. S. Williams, wife of ex-Sena- ness of the country would decrease to an The S. V. White went up the river with credit to himself and satisfaction to David Harrison and sister, Miss

tae Williams of Rockledpe, was the alarming extent. Let us look at this Saturday: night for the winter. The Geor- the people. He is one of the largest tax- Canova, left for Palatka the past week.
neitof Mrs. A. L. Hatch, of City Point, question in a business manner. The giana takes her place arid is to leave for payers in town, and consequently wouldbe The young lady's departure is much regretted -

fora few days last week. Sub-Tropical management have offered a Jupiter on arrival of the St. Lucie from working for his own interest as well as by some of our young men.

The Town Hall and school house will prize of $1,000 for the best county exhibit Titusville, at 12 m. the interests of others in maintaining the All interested in social entertainments

lOOn be finished in Rockledge, as 16 000 of citrus and other fruits. Our Mr. M. G. Ellis picked up a ship- dignity of Titusville. He is fully competent for the coming winter are requested to
shingles were sold last week by Sluing sister counties of Volusia and Orange- wrecked party last Saturday near the to attend to the collections and meet at the bchooMiouse, Saturday even-

&Taylor for the roof of the same. and naturally our strongest rivals for the mouth of Banana River. Their boat capsized keep the books; he is engaged in no other ing, Oct. 19th, at seven o'clock, to discuss -
benefits to be derived-are making stren- in a flaw and the five gentlementried business, and is thus enabled to devotehis the subject.Mrs. .
The steam-launch Tarpon, 'owned by entire time the fulfilment of the
. uous efforts, and straining every nerve sailing side to
wrong up.
Mr. Tony Canova, is at Barnes' wharf to secure that prize. If we remain idle, requirements of the office, and if wanted Brown, :Mrs. Hamilton and Miss
' it is to be hauled out and 1Ir.Villie M. Campbell has had a lot Katie have been here visiting their many
1 where soon we say to those counties, as well as to the in an emergency at any time could always -
pat in first-class order by Mr. T. Booth, world at large, "We have no hopes of of hands engaged in getting out muck, be found. Having always lived here friends and looking after the packing of

the boat builder. winning, hence we will not attempt it." which he composts with cotton-seed meal he knows and is known by nearly every- their furniture preparatory to their departure

Cocoa has first-class stores, for the Even if we publish your plea that we and potash and makes a fertilizer fully body on the river, which is an important for Lake Worth, where they will
equal to the "boughten" ones, and at in connection with the duties of spend the winter.
sloop called White Wing had to come have no money to enter the contest, we point
much less
wiy down to Cocoa from Daytona get are placed in a still more unenviable cost. marshal. Physically he is fully compe- Mr. Jas. Mitchell's home in the hammock -
' aoae boat materials from the firm of Sti- light. "Ah." says the visitor,as he looks Messrs. L. B. Alexander and Geo. B. tent to perform the police duties imposed was entered by thieves on Tuesday

liag& Tailor, as the captain could not over the Volusia display, "so Brevard Anderson, who spent last winter here, expect upon the holder of the position.I afternoon during his absence. Nothingof
find what he wanted anywhere else. haa no money to make an exhibit. Well, to return this winter and will make doubt if any other candidate combines great value was taken. His trunk

then, it must be a poor county. Melbourne their headquarters. Both gentlemen to such an eminent degree, the was broken open and a few trinkets re- .
Dr. Daniel and Mr. Steve Geiger Is not this false economy ? If \remake will be accompanied by their necessary qualifications, and I hope to moved. They also made a raid on the

. drove don to the Methodist Church an exhibit and do our best, thereis wives, we hear. see him elected by a good majority, as larder, much to Mr. M.'s disgust The
: enterfkinment in a buggy from Titus- no doubt of the result. We can take he certainly may be if his friends but thieves are still at large. Mr. Mitchell
;ft xfflle and returned the same night We were pleased to see once more Mr. turn out the and the .
a the $1,000, which will, to a great extent, at caucus polls.RULE. has removed to Mrs. Hamilton's late
: Tier said that they felt repaid for their repay for all outlay, while the actual J. E! Doyle, of Americua, Ga., whose residence. *
"i tremble in the pleasure the entertain-' benefit to the county, both directly and winter home is at Micco, and are glad to ,
;; meet them. see that his health continues to improve.He The Prohibition Crank.
pave indirectly, would be beyond calculation. Lake Worth.
is yirtable of the ben-
a representation
Mr. Underwood, who has been on Indian Everything points to a large influx of efits that can be derived from our cli- Editor Florida Star: Lots of weather, but no one complain-1
River all summer with his naphtha : visitors to our State the coming winter. mate. As your columns have always been ing. I

, hunch Livinier, went north some time Not to be represented at the SubTropical open for the discussion of the topics of the Fully attended Sunday school on the
azo after his wife and last week they arrived -I RS a county, would be a public mis Thursday, before the time set for open- day, both political and otherwise, I have ; t?
. at Cocoa in the Livinier. Mr. Un I fortune. Two years ago a gentleman ing the public school, word was received ventured to take sides with the under 6th.The
derwood likes Cocoa better than any I It from the North saw our'exhibit at the from Mr. Gunby that he had concludednot dog in the fight, and on the seemingly guava factory has stopped making

:. other place on the river, and so makes Sub-Tropical, and was so well pleased to come. Of course makes delay. unpopular side of the prohibition ques- jelly from this crop. Prospects for a later'
t his headquarters here. that he run down for a day. The day Mr. Gibbs went up Monday to make an crop of guavas are good.

, was prolonged to two weeks, and he has agreement with another party, and we tion.What are the premises Searching the Owing to rain and wind the Horticul- .
Col. and Mrs. Bets have moved into invested over $10,000 on our river, and presume our school will not be delayed record back to the earliest authenticitywe tural Society held no meeting on the 6th,'
their handsome
has been new residence, will now be a regular winter resident. very long. find that man in all ages and in all but they will try it over again on the.
just It stands in
y front of Col. Setz's large This is no isolated case, but was duplicated The settlement southwest of Melbourne climes has had an innate craving for 12th at the same place. '!
orange grove on I doubt.
r' high bluff and commands a grand viewof I many times hundred no who stoppedat seems to prosper. A school has been or- some kind of stimulant. The lowest tribeof Old residents who have been away for;
Fully one persons and five month's session will have it, as well as the
ganized a begins savages
the surrounding country and of our I the Hotel Indian River that season, the summer are returning, and new com
lovely Indian this week, we believe with Mr. James deepest and most profound thinkers of i also be almost day
I River. We wish them told one of the undersigned that had it ers are to seen any
much happiness in their new home. exhibit would McQuaig as teacher. The 'gator business modern civilization. It is an ineradicable -:. prospecting around with a view or set
been for they
not our ,
has been lively in that locality and has defect common to all humanity. Its
dThe baseball club of Titusville came I never have come to Indian River. yielded an income of from two to three use is still an open question; its abuse is tling. :;
as expected, on Thursday andwed The exhibit of our unrivalled resourcesat thousand dollars. to be deplored as well as the abuse of all Jack :McKinney is having C. C. Haight.put
I against the Cocoa Palmettoes. that time, the visit of the President to our God-given privileges.A him up a small house on his broth-
The Titusville men won. The score was our river, the visit of nearly all the Messrs. Fee, Nesbitt Turner are en- crank is a crooked thing that whirls er's place for himself and wife to occupy
3))to 21 in favor of the Titusville nine. members of the American Pomological gaged laying mains and sewer-pipes from round and round a common center-its while he is raising a crop of tomatoes,

Four correspondent was not here the Society the past winter, and our exemption the artesian well on Front street along axis. A prohibition'crank is one whose' etc., this winter.

night of the baseball dance eo cannpt from epidemics, cyclones and Front street, and also up the bluff and brain has become addled by the ceaseless, J. Buice formerly of Rome, Ga., but:
me an account of the affair, but thinks, disasters of all kinds, together with our along New Haven avenue. They have round about the central idea-whiskey. now a resident of "China," a new settlement -'
from non-enthusiastic remarks heard remarkable clean bill of health at all pipes laid to Mr. Gibbs' place aria wateris When he turns loosehe naturally flies off just above Jupiter on the Loxa-

on the subject, that it was not largely time, has placed our county in the lead. {delivered with great force on as high a on a tangent, and has nothing but abuse hatches, came down to visit some of his

attended.On It depends upon you, gentlemen, to say point as any on the street. for those who dare to differ with him or old-time Georgia friends who reside here,

entertain- whether we shall remain there.If Last Thursday evening we noticed have the manhood to resent his egotistic, and left for his "China" home on the 3d.

,' tent for Wednesday the benefit night of the the new Rock- we wish to keep in the van of world our great numbers of swallows and remarked namby-pamby goodiness. The young upstarts He says he likes and preferseven

' : Iele.Cocoa Methodist Church took sister counties we must show the there must be cold weather not faraway.Sure of the present age can tell you in the summer climate here to that of
. 1 and place what we can grow in the way of fruits enough the next papers brought accounts a holy minute how to solve the problemthat his old home in Georgia, and knows now
f was decided The night
** a success. and we must not hesitate to make a of heavy frosts in Mississippi, Al- has perplexed the mightiest brainsof from experience it is cooler and breezier.
an exquisite and those whoJoe
one, it. If however
reasonable outlay to do ,
the old world for But
and On that
abama Georgia. morning,
from a distance on the Tarpon or let sit many years. Thos. M. Poole left for his ,home in.
we desire to lag in the rear, us while
before sunrise, the thermometer here they are riding their quixotic hobby -
, III teilboati enjoyed their trip on the quietly at home and do nothing. don't Georgia on the 2d. He seemed, to be,
marked 700, just cool enough to be pleasant. why they look about them for
Titer in the
bright moonlight greatly. ? It is thoroughly dissatisfied witb.the country
Which policy shall we adopt other subjects? There is the hypodermicfiend :
_A.,,number of the residents of Hardee- left for, your honorable body to say. the cigarette ditto, the gluttons, and everything in it, but as the young
1 1We. City Point, Merritt, Rockledge Very respectfully, The Osprey made very fast time last the social evil and its horrorsof man had never been away from home
1 and elsewhere came to the entertainment H. S. WILLIAMS, week when Mr. Ellis took Col. Car- venereal taint. Here consequent thousands of for any length of time before, that probably -
and Celt well repaid for the trip. The G. S. HARDEE, ter to Sebastian and Dr. Fee to St. Lucieto who ruin are their accounts for the lump in his throat
women men by extrava-
church was brightly lighted and tastily C. B. MAGRUDEB, attend a patient there. The Ospreyhas in dress-$500 for especially as, besides his ma, there is avery
jjworttcd. Tables,'with fancy articles, R. A. HARDEE, been in use all last winter and summer gance is the contemptible doctrine bathingsuit.Here that interesting young lady, also, at that

refreshments upon them, A. ,L. HATCH. and has not been hauled out for fall man can play fast and loose with virtue a end:of the route. Bring them all with
3 nod temptingly in the rear end of the cleaning yet. With a northeast wind, and still be smilingly received the you next time you come, Tom, and this
g under the charge ''of Mr.: H. H.TOinson Edgar. under double-reefed mainsail alone, she sisters who condemn his by victim angelic to country will suit you so well that a pair:
)Ir. Wood and oth- wharf here Kitch- Tom's mules won't be ableto
0. K. ran from the general to social and of uncle big
everlasting moral .
J. The entertainment was a financial Good weather again. ing's wharf in two hours and forty min- perdition.Take haul you out of It. ,
Deee6s.11 about too was netted by the Mr. Alex Bell has rented his Ten Mile, up one of these, Mr. Crank, and Sou.Announcement. .
give whiskey rest-he has
a too
poor long
utes.Mr. 'I
itin charge- Another Creek farm. Hector's artesian well on his St. borne the sins of the world. .
J** rtainment will be given in Decem- Our school opened Monday morningwith Kilda property suddenly burst out, last Maine and Kansas statistics prove that
when tie is full) for the I hereby announce myself a candidate
*. moon Miss Lucy Bevill as teacher. week, flowing all around the pipe. :Mr. prohibition does not .prohibit Ask the
? PUrpose and at the same place, and for Town Marshal at the coming election,
after the well decided at if he will tell
Turner, examining express agent Titusyille
be well doubt.for House has been refurnished the honest endeavorto
91lt patronized, no The Edgar pledge people my
could have been how aid other-
al l rho came to this affair, were, soey painted and is now ready for the winter that the piping not you many jugs disguised fill the office creditably ifelectedr and
t.I- ed '' driven far enough to reach the rock and wise, he has handled during,the past two
thatt asked to 'have another travel. hope to receive the support of my friends
boa. the immence pressure forced the water to years, and liquor could be obtained most
and of the
majority votes cast that
We have been informed that Mr. E. C. find some outlet About thirty feet more of that time by the drink. occasion. BURY TITUS.
Summerlin lost one of his little sons and pipe was driven and the flow stopped.Mr. The constitution of the United States .

ABBOHBCCmCBt. another was very sick. S. B. Craft is putting in the piping guarantees to the citizen life liberty and :Wanted .
Dir.J oho Meyers announces himself.a visit to and hydrants as fast as possible. About the pursuit of happiness. Legislate all
A. K. Hoggmade'a flying
_\UU.&te Mrs. will be in and with drunkenness and the A medium-aged Iadyof some means togo
for marshal at the coming She contemplates, building a fifty hydrants put you may against
tote la eon. The manner in which,the our here this winter. hose and sprinklers will water a large crime it causes, but don't dare to enter into'business as partner. Address' MV, .
fine E. Gardner Eau Gallie Fla.
"-u&llQip baa been conducted during tract. my house and dictate to me what I shall ,- '

short tIme he has held this office heaIaiti Mr.'iI..L. 'Parker, of Fort Drum, was The prohibition meeting was not, very eat or what I shall drink, unless your unmentionables For Dj pepti and Liver CompUlnt,you bare f. '
r will convince the people of his in town a few days ago. He thinks Fort well,attended. About fifty people, wet are well padded 4n the printed guarantee on every bottle of $htloh'.VK
to perform'the- duties creditably, Drum will go,wet this election. and dry assembled to ,listen to ;Judge seat;:or, if you tell mete my face that talizer. It never fails. to cure. Sold' by Dlckaon a:..

JI IIId rt.&IV hope* to secure their solid ski,P- .Mr: D. M. Bryant ,hasr given up thesaw Tucker and others: The report that there because see fit to vote 'a wet" ticket,"I Grey.- Titnsvine'F1a.Are ,..
of drunkards saloonloafers yon mad'miserable by IndigestiOn, Con.u.pation.
lie am companion or
Turt- would no having .been.u
mill and gone to turtle fishing. Dtzme... Lou of Appetite Yellow t1JIt
L ling seems be'the brder'of the day. lated made many indifferent who might ;I,will strike you quicker than Shiloh'a Vit<zer.1aapoaJUn Core. 'Sold bj.Dlck .
"tILleR'S Arnica Salve. otherwise, have been' present Not one- hades would scorch a feather. ,This is son &Grey, Ti nme..F1L'.s
Our town was enlivened Saturday bythe but it is the '
)fifth as manYattetided; :as atthe Malabar strong language, justified,by
?B tsTB.LLVE In the world for Cuts, arriyal. of.five wagons: from, Sumter dry, picnic two years"'ago., ;iln; the even- constant and reiterated odiums contumely -Any person desiring information
..80 Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fe- county. They have.come to the IndianRiver ing.the' services were' continued in 'the visited, upon allwho dare to differ from regard to Indian River-its .climate
Wtt "' Tuner, Chapped Hands,- hll- to settle., Methodist Church-with; audience of the crank/ Go slow,gentlemen ; health and: t'COurces-can: obtain unaby
Corns ,
"4 d + and all Skin Eruptions, not believe it but, there are sendingcent( stamp for'postage .
Aot1tl F Bowman from some Jwenty-five persons.The: drys' rjubilant' you may ;
Mrs. J. came up !
j5ed. It vely II cures Piles or no< rpay re- Lake Worth on the, steamer White Saturday over t chance pf no. election tame goodmen outside your party'lines, I to A.L. Hatch, ,City Point, :FIa._ and'receive
guaranteed to give perfect .
Ion, or money refunded.; Price and stop d with her mother, Mrs. and.tbe wets don't Car ,. 'they can get and they American- citizens and : by mail a copy of pamphlet on

Cl-ants..: per box. For sale by Dixon & LaGow, until Tuesday; and.then'started: all the liquor. they want not easily'driven. Brevard county,published by the' county*
f. -& EDWIN RUTHYEN BRADLEY. commissioners of this county.
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catch the rains of their rainy season that will come, greeting:
DR. TALMAGE TELLS OF HIS JOURNEYS made upon me an impression
'and take up all the waters of their Ia4 forever. After all poetry lias exhausted : -Or Whereas Mary T. Cleveland and Ju
FROM SEA TO SEA. of reseryoirfaud and: Twichell. applied to thla eouVf ;
rivers iu great.pinchers itself ana.all (he Jlorans oine .
.;t:: f. drink out or ,them whenever they !Bierstadts and iEe- other 'encliariting'artists letters of administration on the etUteotSophronlus

"America for God** HI Theme-This Con- will and refresh their land whenever I have completed their canvas, J.S.WATSON&GO. Twichtll. deceased, hit e(

tincat Most Be Thoroughly Dominated they wilL. there will be other revelations to make said Brevard county, theta are.therefcre.
: to The"? work s already been grandly and other stories of its beauty and to cite and admonish all and slngnUrt&t
by the Christian'Spread 'Be lpoo-Bow United States kindred and creditors of said deceit
br.the be recited }
begun and ,.to
'tire GocpeL. ffovernment. Over four hundred wraht splendor Dark is a geologist's FORWARDING to be and appear before this Court,oae?
The Yellowstone
1- been officially before the 18th day of November A.D.
fakes have already of
BROOKLYN, Sept 22.-It was a of by the paradise. By cheapening 1889, and file objectlor.gif any they ba"to
went taken possession
that become"thenation'8
great anthem of praise up travel may it playground letters as aforesaid,otherwise
of the granting
from -the crowded throngs at the i nation for the great enterprise "In Some portions of it there the same will be granted as pnjti-
Brooklyn Tabernacle this morning, irrigation. Rivers that have seems to be the anarchy of the ele AND COMMISSIONMERCHANTS In testimony whereof, I have hernataofficially

where" the Rev. T. Bo Witt Talmage, rolling idly through these regions, doing ments. Fire and water, and the vapor set my hand and seal, thisU&

D. D., preached as usual. The open nothing on their way to the sea,, born of that marriage terrific. Geyser day ot Sept. 1889.

ing hymn was: will be lassoed and corralled and pen cones or hills of crystal that have: been T -. MINOR S. JONES

Ko more let homaa blood be spilt ned up until such time as the farmers lover five thousand years growing, in .2i-Ct. County Jndj?.
'Vala sacrifice: for human guilt need them. Under the same processes places the earth, throbbing, sobbing,

But to each conscience be applied* I the Ohio, the Mississippi and all groaning, quaking with aqueous par master's Sale.
from Jesus dde.The I
The blood that flows the other rivers will be taught to behave

subject of the sermon was, "From I. themselves better, and great oxysm.At the expiration of every sixty-five Under and by virtue of a decree Iiniaj

Ocean to Ocean, or My Transcontinental basins will be made to catch the surplus minutes one of the geysers tossing its out of the Circuit Court of the Setesu
Journey.** Text Psalms Ixxii, of waters in times of freshet and I boiling water 185 feet in the air and TITUSV1LLE, FLORIDA Judicial Circuit of Florida, in tod far
shall have dominion fromsea The rain Brevard county in a certain cause then,
"He ,
8: keep them for times of drought then descending into swinging H.
to sea.** The preacher said: irrigating process by which all the arid I bows. Caverns of pictured walls -:0- in pending wherein and George W. Altree Macomberh tad Aa.nie .
What seas are referred tof Some and Pacific of the complainant
lands between the Atlantic large enough for the sepulcher defendant&
that the text meant that I. in WE WANT AltreehU wife are ,! ,
is of stone
might say oceans are to be fertilized no new human race. Formations In Chancery sell a: pckBe
Christ was to reign over all the land experiment It has been going: on successfully shape and color of calla lily, of heliotrope as Master to the highest and belt bUfcr.
between the Arabian sea and Caspian hundreds of years: in Spain, THE CONFIDENCE OF THE PEOPLE outcry the fourth
the Red and the of rose, of cowslip, of sun for cash on Monday daj of
sea, or between between sea the in China, in India, in Russiat in Egypt flower and of gladiola. Sulphur and November, A. D.18S9. the same Wax
Mediterranean sea, or About hundred million of peo- WANT between the legtl hocr
No in eight arsenic and oxide of iron, with their WE legal sale day
Black sea and the North sea. ; the earth today are alive of the Court How door
of kept
pIe the hills into ol sale in front
would have named t delicate pencils, turning Come and See Us
text be to
such case my by food raised on irrigated land. And Vatican picture You to sure in the town of Titusville Brcjanl eoea.ty .
them. It meant from any large here we have allowed to lie waste, I a Luxemburg or called a Thanatopsis When you come to town. Florida, the following descritxtlral
body of wat.eron the earth clear across to rattlesnake and bat and gallery. The so estate to-wit: Beginning on & patife
to any other large body of water. AndS prairie up dog, lands enough to support geyser, exquisite as the Bryant called poem WE WANT road leading from WlllanJ's store to
and the
to read it: He shall it was named after, so four boadrrf!
I nave a right whole nations of industrious popula the Rockledge at a post being
have dominion from.the Atlantic seato Evan line geyser, lovely as To Talk to You. (41-8) feet south of tie
work will be consum and ninety-eight
tion. The begun heroine it commemorates. __ __ L_ _I.I.L
the Pacific sea. My theme is mated. Here and there exceptional j Longfellow section Hue; thence eau 10 me ouraeof
America for God 1 lands be stubborn and refuse to : The so called Pulpit Terrace: irom iis WE WAST street and to the northwest corrad

THE IMMENSITY OF AMERICA. may wheat or corn from their I white elevation preaching mightier To Work With You. the lot owned by Joyner & Booth (boa?
E'eld any sermons of God than human lips ever builders thence south flftySO( )feet to i
First, consider the immensity of fists, but if the whole fail to Bethesda );
If it were only a the miner's pickax uttered. The so geyser WE WANT post; thence to the aboTe-mentfcad
this procession. make an impression invalids
warmth of which north to tf
the point
by road
small tract of land capable of nothing will discover the reason for it and public ;
have already been cured, the Angel To Post You on the Markets.WE beginning; said land bein bounded 611
brush and with ability beneath those
better than sage bring up from unproductive of Health continually stirring the the north by F. E. Wood, eastbjitrot
only to support prairie dogs, I surfaces coal and iron and waters. Enraged craters, with heat WANT or Joyner & Booth, south by Tompjda
should not have much enthusiasm in lead and copper and silver and gold. little road. biua acnfita
hundred only a county
degrees, and west by
wanting Christ to have it added to his God speed the geologists and the surveyors at below five the surface. To Ship For You and See to Your Ship land being situated In land lot thret(to

dominion. But its immensity and affluence the engineers and the senatorial Wide reaches of stone of intermingled ments here. of section thirty-three (33), tpwrato
no one can imagine unless, in commissions and the capitalists twenty-four (24) south range thirty-fix
immigrant wagon or stage coach or in and the new settlers and the husband colors blue as the sky the, green dahlia as WE WANT east according to government isntit

rail train of the Union Pacific or the I men who put their brain and hand the foliage, crimson as of the together with all the appurtenance
Northern.Pacific or the Canadian Pacific and heart to this transfiguration of white as the snow, spotted as the leopard the To either Buy or Handle most ,thereunto belonging or In anywise ap

or the Southern Pacific, he has the American continent! tawny as the Hon. grizzly as Fruit and Produce of:this section pertaining.
bear, in circles in angles, in stars, in Purchaser to fcr
traversed it Having been privileged A WONDERFUL COUNTRY. stalactites in stalagmites. of the country. Terms cash. pal
six times to cross this continent, and But while I speak of the immensity coronets, in titles.
this I have come to Here and there are petrified growths Dated thla 28th day of December,A.
twice summer, of the continent, I must remark it is and of WE WANT
the dead trees, vegetation
of its or D. 1889.
.some California appreciation, which I supposed boy not an immensity of monotone countries or other ages kept through a process of You to Know, if we cannot Buy Your WALTER S. GIUHIX.

hood from its size on the map, was a lameness.the The for larger the some world. This natural embalmment In some places Products, We Can Ship it for You. Master In Chancery Breraxd fc.
are, worse innocent and smiling as a T. Sanders
waters James
few across" a ridge of land onwhich
yards remarkable for
continent is not more
to walk SoUd1or.ltIASTER'S
child a first attempt 24 Complainant's *
lest i making
must walk cautiously WANT
of WE
one its magnitude than for its wonders and not far off
from its mother's lap,
he hit his head against the Sierra Nevada the United ,
on one side or slip off into the construction. What did a pity not take possession '| as foaming and frenzied, and ungovernable I You to help us to make Titusvillea SALE.
Pacific waters on the other, California of Yosemite. California, as it as a maniac in murderous distributing point for the Products By virtue of and in accordance: wiii s

the thin slice of land as I supposed has of Yellowstone, Wyoming, and of struggle with his keepers. of the river, and sell our certain decree of the Circuit Court,oT tk!

it to be in .boyhood, I have Niagara Falls, New Yorkl Yosemite I I But after you have wandered along Products here. Seventh Judicial Circuit of the cUte A

found it to be larger than all the states and the adjoining California regions! the geyserite enchantment for days Florida,in and for Brevard county,facto* .if

of New England"Gd all New York Who that has seen them can think of and begin to feel that there can be !' WE WANT eery, granted on the third day of Aaps.
all Pennsylvania added nothing more of interest to see, you therein ptoia .
state and them without having his blood tin I 1889, in a certain cause
and if add them together suddenly come upon the peroration of fact money, and can do it aad Harriet p
'" together; you gle? Trees now standing there that In to save you wherein J.}I. Lee is complainant
their square miles fall far old when Christ lived. These I all majesty and grandeur, the Grand if you will help us. P. Wilkinson and W. L. HogUettan "

short'of California. North and South were monarchs of foliage reigned before canyon. It is here that it seems to me defendants, I, A. :W. Cockrell,Jr.,at x.. p

Dakota, Montana and Washington Caesar or Alexander, and the next -and I speak it with reverence-Jehovah WE WANT ter in Chancery pro hoe vice, shall eXfoxto .
territory, to be launched next winter thousand will not shatter their seems to have surpassed himself sale, and sell at public auction, for id ill .
into statehood, will be giants at their years are the masts of the It seems a great gulch let down into You to know we are head-quarters for hand to the highest and best bidder deist .

birth. Let the congress of the United scepter.continent,They their: canvas spread on the the eternities. Here, hung up and let Vegetables, Crates, etc. the legal hours for public sale,on Moodit,

States 'strain a point and soon admit winds while the old ship bears on its down and spread abroad, are all the the fourth dar of:November, 1889 b fr.1Itof .

Also Idaho and Wyoming and New the Their size, of colors of land and sea and sky. Upholstering WE WANT the Conn House door at 'Titorrillc, a It
way through ages. of the Lord God Almighty. said of Brevard, certain real es&4 ,
Mexico. What is the use keeping which travelers often speak, does not county
them out in the cold any longer? Let much their Best work of the Architect of worlds. To Sell you your Orange Boxes and described aa follows: '.
affect as longevity.
us have the whole continent divided Though me so so old now, the branches of Sculpturing by the Infinite. Masonry 'Orange Wraps, and will do it if you That certain lot of land on,which Indian ftt En-:
senatorial and omnipotent trowel. Yellow! the hotel known as the "Hotel .
into with con- an
states last by
them will crackle in the ha
cre&sioiial representatives and we will some of the lou never jaw yellow unless you saw will come to er" and all that certain tract- ol. l_ ,..
conflagration of planet_ ]I ua.
all be happy together. If some of Yosemite is it there. Keai You never saw rea which is an orange grove, the m lwhich' .
That valley of eight it there. Violet! You WE WANT containing in all about serentT .ens.
the unless saw
them have not quite requisite miles long and a half mile wide and you the -' J-

number of people, fix up the constitution three thousand feet deep. It seems as never saw violet unless banners you of saw color.In it. You to know that we are Agents for the the several were deeds conveyed of L. and Eo 1UPt

to suit these cases. Even Utah had been the of Omnipotence there. Triumphant and will furnish in tboll't
meaning of basalt Sunrise and Ocala Rock Lime which deeds are duly recorded
be cathedral :1:1'f
will polygamy soon a
ready by to dropping enter. Monogamy has to crowd into of as the small most 'stupendous a place Sunset married by the setting of rain it low down. of the clerk o!the circuit court oi'.acx!d :
as possible some particular description :
a more
triumphed in parts of Utah and bow ring. ty, ti.-
of the world. Some of the oa
scenery follows: Beginning on B-v
thisfall Gothic arches Corinthian capitals WE WANT as
will probably triumph at do to and four inTotf
the cliffs you not stop measure between sections three
basilicas built before
election in Salt Lake City. and Egyptian "
by feet, for they are literally a mile You to know that we burn our own ship twenty-five, south of Range thirt141 ,
into and human architecture was born. Huge ***
Turn all the territories states *
if some of the sisters are smaller than nor Steep beast so ever that scaled neither them foot, they of fortifications of granite constructed j. Oyster-Shell Lime, and, of course, east with, at a letter a square".,"monument thence dueeuttiP stone t

the elder sisters, give them tune and stand in everlasting defiance. If Jehovah before war forged its first cannon. caDJ give you bottom prices. hundred and fifty feet, more or ks%.. '.

they will soon be as large as any of has a throne of earth these are Gibraltars and Sebastopols that never dian River, thence northerly aloof -:: .

them. Because some of the daughters I its white pillars. Standing down in can taken. Alhambras, where kings WE WANT river two hundred feet, more or lea, tD .tf f

of a family may be five feet in stature I this great chasm of the valley you of strength and queens of beauty youth line of a lot of land purchase* 11 A- ,

and the others only four feet, do not look up and yonder is Cathedral ck, reigned long before the .first earthly You to know that we handle Cement L. and E. ,F. Hatch of R. C.May, .,.,

let'the daughters feet five high shut the vast gloomy minster built for crown was empearled. Thrones on and Plaster Hair. due west along said line to secnac .,
door in the faces of those who are only lent of the mountains. Yonder which no one but the King of heaven 1 I above named thence due south aksf

four feet high. Among the dying is worship Sentinel Rock, 3,270 feet high, and earth ever sat Fount of waters WE WANT section line two hundred feet, xppre Of.., : J.f
utterances of our good friend, the I at which the lesser hills are baptized to the place of beginning; alsot
bold standing guard lilt
wise statesman and great author, the the solitary its seldom touched among until while the giant cliffs stand round assponsors. To impress upon your minds that we niece or parcel oi land( being aNo. ol Jd t
brilliant orator and magnificent bride ages, Fourth of mounted For thousands of years before represent three, in section Jo. three, TCiTP"'I' .
one July
soul-- 8. 8. Cox was the expressed determination a it and planted the national standards that scene was unveiled to human Thompson Edwards twenty-fiye south of Range thirtl-tit .
to move next winter in the sight, the elements were busy and the commencing ,on-the bank of the ua--
the valley
and people \
of Chicago:= btt1r
for the transference of other were hewing away with their River at the dividing line
congress looked and saw the head of the geysers \'
territories into states. mountain up turbaned with stars and' hot chiseL and glaciers were pounding The largest manufacturers of Fertilizers I three and four, thence west, tf 4

"Bat," says some one, "in calculating Yonder are the "Three Bro with their cold hammers and hurricanes in the west and keep constantly said dividing line between lot thrttf ..

the immensity of our continental stripes.thers,** four thousand feet high; were cleaving with their light on hand the following, brands of their pr," eighteen hundred and qc1i::' .
: acreage you must remember that vast "Cloud's Rest** North and South ning strokes and hailstones giving the Goods: feet, more or less, to the section =-
reaches of our public domain are uncultivated finishing touches, and after all these ing sections three and four, thf

heaps of dry sand and the .Dome and heights never of captured me thunder save forces of nature had done then best World of,Good, for Orange Trees. along said section line-four h d 01 a 1t

'bad lands' of Montana and tne great by storm.the fiery bayonets j in our century the curtain dropped World of Good, for Truckers.. eighteen and.64-100 feet, theme ll: :i 1j t
American desert." I am glad and the world had a new and divinely line parallel to the
mentioned that Within twenty-five you _No pause for the... eye, .no stopping?; inspired revelation, the Old Testament Pure, fine Ground Bone. said lots three and four fifteen h j
place for tne mind. Mountains nuriea Blood, Bone and Potash. eighty! feet to .Indan.Hirer thfl
years there will not be between the Written on papyrus, the .New ,
on mountains. Mountains in the wake the margin of UI4 nTeI'""" 'L-.. t
and Bone Meal. along
hundred written Chicago .
Atlantic and Pacific coasts a Testament on parchment

miles of land not reclaimed either by of mountains.mountains.Mountains Mountains split flanked Mountains by now this last Testament written on the Dissolved Bon of and beginning.ninety feet The, more above or less desenl, lo. tj j,

farmers plow or miners crowbar. By rocks. '
ground. Mountains fallen. of land embracing v'f
or parcels ,.
irrigation the waters of the rivers and Mountains triumphant As though Hanging over one of the cliffs I WE WANT known aa the "Hotel Indian JU ff
the, showers of heaven in what are Adirondacka looked off until I could not get my < /< the J
the known
Mont Blanc ana the
will be breath then to less You to know we keep on.hand I orange grove : I P.
called the rainy season gathered and Mount Washington were here retreating a .ex Also the south-east qurUf

into great reservoirs and through uttering themselves in one magnificent posed place I looked down again, Sulphate of Potash, grove.south-east quarter' of section four,'Ii,. ; a; 1
aqueducts let 'down where and when chorus of rock and precipice and Down there is a pillar of rock that in Land Plaster, twenty-five, south ol Range tbirrr* .

the people want them. Utah is an objectlesfon. waterfall Sifting and dashing certain conditions of the atmosphere CanadalH. W. Ashes also four hundred and eighteen lew' of &lit

Some parts of that territory through the 'rocu the water comes looks like a pillar of blood. Yonder south end oi the north-east ..,;
which were so barren that a spear of down. The Bridal veil falls, so thin are fifty feet of emerald on a base of Tobacco Stems and south-east: quarter ol said iedi II ..

grass could not have been raised there can see the face of the mountain ., five hundred feet of opal Wall of Cotton Seed Meal Township: twenty-fire,tout! o -' 1
,In ,a hundred years are now rich as behind it Yonder is :Yosemite falls, chalk resting on pedestals of beryL tr-sixeak, measurement to ':.-:::..".. ) .
Lancaster. county farms of Pennsyl- 2,634 feet, sixteen times Turrets of light tumbling on floors of WE WANT south-east, corner of said J

Tania or Westcnester farms of New dropping aescent than that of Niagara. ,darkness. The brown brightening into I of land, and to go north aloof.I f r .
greater I You to Give Us a Trial on something. '" f at
'York or Somerset county farms of I, These waters dashed to death ,on the golden. Snow of crystal melting into line between sections three -'JeeC,

:New Jersey. : rocks so that, the white spirit of the ,Ere of,carbuncle: Flaming red cool WE WANT distance of four hundred and .
Experiments have proved that ten slain,waters ascending in robe of mist ing into russet Gold blue warming thence west one-quarter of a &d""
.acres of ground irrigated from waters seeks the heaven. 'Yonder .is Nevada into saffron. Dull gray kindling into To merit your patronage by fair and south four hundred and eighteen Iud ** ....
I r
gathereain. great hydrological basins the solferino. Morning twilight flushingmidnight and business. corner between said lots till
falls plunging seven hundred feet honest dealings,. we mean of a
:will produce as much ,as fifty acres ., water in arrows the rockets, 1WAU0wa.1..1 ,Auroras crouchingf scribed, thence a quarter Wa ... ...
of rain in t TRY US.Respectfully. place oi beginning, together
from the downpour as seen in among rocks.. :
in water
the water pearls amethysts -
tenements & Q = --
have ,bur freshets shaft appurtenances,' --.
our regions. We the water in diamonds. That Yonder eagle's nest on a -:0- or 1ag. -
"- and our droughts, but, in those. nds cascade flings down the rocks enough of basalt. Through an eyeglass, we menu ',therennto>> belonging'

which are to be scientifically irrigated ,jewels to array all the earth in beauty, see among it the young eagles, but the appertaining.2nd 1839.
October ,.
neither freshets nor hurl J.
be of cannot
droufhts.there will As you take a pitcher and and very-hell rushes of on waters until, the it,smoke drops of into their a a stoutest stone arm near enough our group to disturb the J. S. WATSON & Oft 24 A. 'V.), Iamr pro.....--...

then set it.
of witeramt on
torment ascending forever and ever., Continued on 3r4 Iaga.) .

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,d& ;'offulaBed toxiristsgo tEroucrh Hontaiia' xeT.. Smiled.toA '

pp'U1e U"CJ&;, 'ti> .der ;'ii and*"" P'yominand' Califbnxia:: most 'reniarkablecaie; Pianos. -& OrgansTUNED FLO a Ij, i .

f .u1d f4 .Wi 1'' and Colorado and gvre other names to to 'ooronesc" ,.'J. 'l
...-lghbbn the ,wJlftrro r.-lb r 01.tL'nge rl .- these places.' Allthesd ail 1n ::3 on the body of an'l tSgift' ,AND REPAINED.G.W.SH THE, TROPICA TRUNK.. UNE
wi r'w1 .
the '
long to lord and to ;
:: Altar pf' 'otadp.gtaLichygips who.died, -ThUrm night in a one Jacksonville, Tampa, and .
1pect nation; and'away. with such Plutonic '
roowshanty which served as a home'for ,
1 } -: 'Domeeptcjial.y nomenclature, LER: Key West System. :
awidowand her six children. Josephine .
q }, 'templed ;qpqrp.m fed'all ;HOW TO'IX) THE' GOOD WORK. Grab 1d. the dead who P. O. INDIANOLA BREVARD CO.,
of color ( girl, was the eldest ,
this carnage pPaad'4ownthe ; But how if this
continent to be goapelkedt Schedules in Effect May 28,1889.
eliSe; If mwt hs4e[been we '*t The pulpit, and a diristian' of the family.had nererwalked a FLORIDA: Trains
of this
line Central Standard
tie of the' elements.Here step in:I.,her life, she had newer seen the run on 4
of war .
field eased'
tie printing press 'together will All work warranted. References fur Time, and arrive and depart from the '
colors of the wall light of day never heard the sound of
are all the ofKaayen be the mightiest team for; the first nished. Charges only for work actually J. T., & K. \ ". and S. F. & W. Union de .
,'neither the sapphire orchryIoUfO the plow. Not by the power of cojd, for-' voices,never uttered an intelligible syllable done-not for travelling expenses. pot.
nor the, topaz nor the ja- malistio sincd the day of her birth and was
theology, not bv ecclesiastical
; ; West India
Will make a trip to Lake Worth about f Fast Hall.
dJifh, nbr the amethyst nor thej as- technicalities. I am sick of them and never known to smile. No.
1st of October orders
per Dor the twelve ffates, of twelve the world is sick of them. But it will She ate what was given her, rejecting attending to any 27 No-14
before 1 00 m..Lv .
.received that time. 23-3mo. Jacksonville Ar..6 30 to1 ;
p a
pear Is. wontingIf spirits bound be done by the warm hearted,Sympathetic nothing, and never making a sign that 54 m..Green Cove

from earth to heaven could 'pass: up presentation of; the fact that she desired more. The only feeling that 2 40 p m..._ ] Junction..4 Spring..5 25 28 am.
b way ,of this canyon ,the dish oTbtQenly Christ is ready to pardon all our sins this semi-inanimate creature ever betrayed FOE $3,000.ELIGIBLYLOCATED t a JIl-
1 2 48 p m............Palatka4. 2d a m
[ beauty would not be so over and heal all our wounds and save us was when a flower "would be 3 23 p m......_Huntincton.........3 24 a m.

powering. It would only be from both for this world and the next. Let placed in her hand. At the time of her 3 42 p m-...... ...Seville ...........3 00 a m
Sory to glory. Ascent; through'uach your religion of glaciers crack off and death 'her'body was no larger than that 4 20 p m..DeLand Junction..2 00 a m

Sartaly' scenery id which the crystal fall into tho Gulf Stream and get of an ,ordinary 10-year-old child. All 4 30 p m..Oranjee- City June....! 48 a m-

is( so bright and so flaming melted. Take all your creeds of all her limbs were in proportion, but her ORANGE GROYE 5 15 p m.........Sanford..........1 15 a m

trould be fit preparation for the,. "sea!., denominations and ,drop out of them knees were drawn up so that she had 5 57 p m........Winter Park.....11 53 p in

glass minded with fire." all human phraseology and put inonly i never been able to walk. What eurPrised 6 13 p m..........Orlando..........11 40 p m
'jStandin there in the Grand canyonof scriptural phraseology and you I the and the neighbors 7 25 p m.........Kissimmee.......10 50 p m
tho Yelprwctonepark on the morning will see how quick the people willjump family most ON INDIAN RIVER, 10 13 p m..........Tampa........... 7 40 p m
of Aug. 9, for ,the most part ,we after them. was the smile on the face of the dead 10 45 Pill...Ar Port Tampa Lv. 650 p m
but after while it girl. Her countenance looked like that IN FINE THRIFTY CONDITION. Pullman Buffet ,
held our peace, On the Columbia river a few days Sleeping Cars between ,
fljwshed! 'upon me with such power I' ago we saw the salmon jump clear out of a beautiful angel in sweet repose, and New York and Tampa, daily. No 27 stops-

could hot help b ut say to my comrades: of the water in different places, I sup- tho lips were parted in a heavenly smile, THREE HUNDRED &: FIFTY TREES, at Kissimmee for supper. Nos. 14 and 27

whfrt 'u Hallhis would be for the pose for the purpose of getting the in- though she had never smiled in her life. connect at Port Tampa with Plant Steamship --

J. Judgment Sea thutin3ghtyeasrsde sects. And if when we wan to fish Chicago Herald.VVaxited. Two Hundred in Good Bearing. Line for Key West and Havana. Ships
wjui tho rainbows at the foot of it for men we could only have tha right sail from Port Tampa 'on Mondays and

those\f 'taaonsg'of'that transfixed kind of bait they will spring out above Thursdays on arrival of trains. No. 27

with' the a day, what the flood of their,sins and sorrows to connects at Palatka Junction with the Florida -

a p1aCe'thcy would make for the shin- reach it. The Young Men's Christian WILL GUARANTEE A NET IN- Southern Railway.
I'feet of a Judge of'quick and dead. associations of America will also do a TRAINS BETWEEN DELAND JUNCTION AND

A nd those'rainbows look now like'the part of the work. ,All over the conti- AT ONCE-EVERYWHERE,. COME, .FROM PRESENT CROP, DELAND.Lv .

ClOWns'W be cast 'at his feet At the nent I saw this summer their new MAN A Representative OR WOMAN.' Profitable Business. DeLand No91 No89 No87 No8 No83
bottom of this .great canyon is a'floor buildings rising. -In Vancouver's 1 LIBERAL, PAY. All time not necewary. Junction..7:50p 10:45p 2:45p 12:40p 8:50a

on which tho nations of the with asked: What are you going to puton fered until December Special 25th.inducement Give references.of- Ar DeLamL ll:05p 4:4p 3.-OOp 12:55p 9:05a

Blight stand an dull upandddwntliuseg.Ueries that sightly! place?" The answer U. H. WOOD. WARD&CO.,Baltimore.
of rock the nations of heaven: was: "A Young Men's Christian as- 24-4t ADDRESS, Ar Deland No82 No84 No86 No88 No9-J.
sit And wha} reverberation of Junct on.8:35a 1 ':15p 4J:20p 4:15p 10:30p.-
I: might : sociation building. At Lincoln, Neb., '
trcaangels trumpet there would '00ill I said "What are they making those LOCK BOX 246, TITUSVILLE, Lv DeLandS:20a 12:00p 2:05n 4:00n 10:10p
'fill these and from all ASTHMAf BE CURED. Trains 88 and 89 run daily, all other
through gorges excavations for? Answer: "for our bottle tent Free to FLORIDA. 9
., those caverns and over all 'these Young Men's Christian association anyone&Ucte& >B.TAFTBBO.EocheeterN.Y.HIHDERCORHS. daily except Sudday.

. Wihta.Yby should not: the'greatest building." At Des Moines, la., I sawa South Florida Accommodation
of ill the days the world shall :ever noble structure rising and I asked for :**o. 3- No. C.
the The only BOre Core for Conu. Stop all pain. Xneoret 8 30 a m..Lv Jacksonville Ar..6
gee close .amid grandest scenery what purpose it was being built and comfort to the DrugpistB. H ucoz A:Co.,M.T. N EEEN 45 pm'
Omnipotence? ever built f '. L they told me for the Young Men's NTO 09E IYTNE 9 33 a m..Green Cove Spring..5 44 p m
'Oh the sweep'of American continent Christian association. U" CONSUM .T V FAIL ER10R 10 23 a m ..Palatka Junction ...4 .p m
RaTe 79U CoUEh.J..DroDehjt Aeth r u(j on'u: S ur H.G. 10 35 a m...........Palatka-..;......4 45 m
I Puget sound These institutions take 'TC p
Bailing up are going PARKER'S ulNDKR TO C. 'huemoedUleWQ
Fg th11CAL
bold that for fifteen the of this f.cases and la tfe pees remey for all 111*arWng CogNAS t KIIOSN Ce 11 17 a m........ Huntington........4 00 p m ,
so nundred young men nation for God. arofactive hUtrWon.Take In time. 60c.and 11.0(1 JAc 40 a m............Seville
would touch oven ScNVIUEFLA Jl ...........3 30 p m f
miles a ship's prow These institutions seem in better favor : 12 .. DeLand
Sop m. Junction ...2 43
the shore before its keel touched the with God and man than.ever before. p m
DAYS 12 48 ..
+ Hr*
iC'V' p m. Orange City June ,..2 27 m
said is the Mediterranean
bottom Business and awak- PARKER'SHAIR
; men capitalists are 1 20 m..Ar Sanford
p Lv......1
6f America::" Visiting Port ing to the fact that they can do nothing BALSAM DIXON & GRAY, Wholesale Agents. Daily between Jacksonville and Palatka 5Pm
land-and Tacoma and Seattle and cleanses and beautifies the hair. ;
better in the way of living beneficenceor daily except Sunday south of Palatka. Xo.
Victoria and Fort Townsend and in last will and testament than to Promotes Never Fails a luxuriant'to Restore growth.Gray "Way Down Upon the Suwan- 3 connects at Palatka with :Fla. So. By. .

tincouvers nnd 'other cities of do what Mr. Marauand did'for Brooklyn Hurt, it*YathM! Color. nee River." Jacksonville and
xr .that northwest region I thoughtto when he :made our Young Men's Pt'eveats 600.and Dandruff$I.oo at and falling Sanford Accora"

pivself: These are the ''Bos- Christian palace ?possible. ,These in- From Branford, Fla., situated upon the modatioii.

. tons New York Charlestons, and J3aVimuhs'of stitutions mill get our young men all OJtATEFUI-C.OMFOBTINO. romantic Suwannee River, Messrs. Rouse No.5 No. 78.
It" 'the, Pacific coast" But over the and into 'a stampede for & Thomas write, under date of August 19, 3 50 p nuLv Jacksonville Ar.,12 45 p m I
after'all this summer's journeying 1889: "Please forward us another gross of 5 44 p m..Green Cove Spring:..Jl 40 a nx
. and other westward !in21har heaven. Thus we will all in some way EPPS'S COCOA. Johnson's Chill and Fever Tonic. Have 7 22 p m..Palatka Junction.....10 45 a In

!IItz journeys I found ,that ,1 had help on't.hework..t you with your ten sold out every bottle of last gross upon 7 50 p m...........Palatka .........10 40 a m

t 'ben oily a past ,of tHe American: bon: talents, I with five, somebody else BREAKFAST. your strict guarantee, and not one bottle 8 50 p m........Huntington........ 9 55,a m
.' 'With'three. It is estimated'that to ir'wiPte returned." 9 22 P m..Sevil. .... ... 9 37 a"m.
1 tines for 1m'ls as for west df8aut "By a thorough knowledge of the natural laws
Francisco the coast.of Maine is eastotltidwt'thq : the arid and desert lands of which govern the operations of digestion and nutrition 10 35 p m..Deland Junction... 8 49 a in. Ji
f.'the America as they ought'to be irrigated, and bjr a careful application of the fine pro From a letter from Graniteville, S. C.. 10 55 p m..Orange City Junc.., 9 25 a m
.central f ; million parties of -well-selected Cocoa Mr Epps has provided dated August 26,189 11 50 p m..Ar Sanford Lv..... 8 05
'it wiircost about one hundred : a m
J continent is Ban Francisco. onr breakfant tables with a delicaUly-flavor-
'dollars to. gather the'WaterS into reser- ed beverage which may save us many heavy doctors At the age of 50, with twenty-five yearsof Daily except Sunday.;
4-: SIAAND! Nffifta6.q' voirs. As much contribution and 'bill. It is by the judicious use of such articles active practice, 1 am a careful observer No.78 connects at Palatka Junction with

I have Koid.} the' o'.Whigs about ;''thomagnitudia'pf effort as that'would irrigate with gospel built of up diet until that strong a constitution enough to resist may be every gradually tendency and cautious in endorsing proprietary medicines Florida Southern Railway.

f\ the aatinegtaad given influences all the waste places of to disease. 'Hundreds of subtle maladies are but I can conscientiously endorse Sanford and Lake Eastis Railway.

r ypu a jew'cpeanVensjO, "spme ,of.. itswwoade this continent. 'Let'uS' by'prayer and floating, around us ready to attack wherever, there your Johnson's Chill and Fever Tonic as LEAVE ARRIVE,
.s anif know the is a weak point We may escape many a fatal shaft of the best combination remedies for
let YOU comprehensiyonea'jbf one No. 113
111 No.
: contribution and right living all help by keeping ourselves well fortified with pure blood 110 No 112
r "."A" .yt ..w.tyenit! 'to fill reservoirs.. You will .carry and a properly nourished frame "-Civil Service Chill and Fever I have ever seen used. It 5:10 p m 4:30 a m..Sanford.8:20'a 8:45 pm .
. says thai jDhri&t'is "i1.t' ; dominion Gazette. Made simply with boiling water or milk. corrects the vitiated secretions of the liver, 5:27 m 4:5 a m..Paola..7:59
.fl and and a :22'pm
a'bucket cup even a
a .
." .ii"f; you Sold only in.hall-pound tins, by Grocers labelled relieves costiveness and the ab-
from.t to sea. : < mif :thimbleful 'would' hel And after'a'while thus : JAMES EPPS & CO., Homoepathic promotes 5:50 p m 5:57 a mSorrento.734 a 7:40 pm
sorbtion and assimilation of food. ful-
the 'iJacl God ''will "send the hoods'f Of Chemists, London, England 24-4& 6:04 p m 6:17 a m.MtDora.7 a 7:20 pm,
,. that 1VaUonEJ continent filling all the indications claimed for it 6:16 6:30'a '
the a of this j our d6wnover p m ra.Tavares-7:10 a 7:00 pm
means the: -;;salvation of Asia; ;: for we mercy so ,ng of Yours truly, Daily except Sunday. No. 113 connectsat
all the land, ana some us on
are R tUiirtifnnri"'Asia at earth and some of us in heaven will IHEGLpKrofMANSTRENGTri.VITALITyj Sanford with West India,Fast Mail. No.
the 110 connects at Sanford with Jacksonville
.f northwest Oril Behring straits
will sing with Isaiah: "In the wilderness The claim made for this medicine is a and Sanford accommodation for points ,
and these
separate us
b be waters have broken out and streams in modest one. We maintain that it is 100 North.

F Another spanned frorriS1": bridge and before the desert," and with David: "There How Lost How Regained, times better than Quine,,and 100 years in Indian Hirer Express.
. : probably iri a river the streams whereof shall advance of the profession in the treatmentof
. : baB.beiethat. Tliethirfysixtjnileaof make glad the sight of God." Oh, fillu all fevers,from the most malignant types No. 27 No 78
q water between these two continents 'the reservoirs I America for God I TH El/CE of Billious Hemorrhagic fever to the sim- lOOp. m..Lv.Jacksonville Ar_12 45 pin
.are'D!>$: aH' deep 'eea, but have three I of form of "Chill and Fever." 2 40 p m..Palatka Junction..lO 45 p m

islands and there'are also'sho which -- fE plest For sale by all Druggists.A. 48 p m..........Palatka..........10 40 p m

I: wfll allow' piers 'for' bridges, and forems' Artificial Honey. B. GIRARDEAU, Sole Prop'r, 3' 42 p m...........Seville........... 9 3.Pm
wiq most of the way the wilier# is only. Artiflcla1 honey which is ,more common 21 Savannah, Ga. 4 20 p m..DeLand Junction... 8 40 p m
Ia s abort twenty fathoms deep. in the market than consumers 4 57 p m..Enterprise......... 8 04 p m
.. The A'menoo.Asiatic'bride.wLich know, is made of potato starch and oil NfflfllffiELETHE J 6 50 p m..Ar Titusville Lv... 6 00 am

r, will vet span those; straits,will make of vitriol Some rash optimists think SCIENCE OF LIFEA NOTICE.U. Daily except Sundav. Steamers leave Ti-
! Anienca. Asia; Europe and Africa one that they are sure of getting the genuine Scientific and Standard Popular Medical Treatiseon LAND OFFICE,GAINESVILLE. Fla.\ tusville daily,except Sunday for all pointsto
the Error tof Decline Nerroas River as far south as Melbourne
YonthtPrematan ,
continent of bees and flowers
So America evangelgo by
you see product pur- September 17th, 1889. f
: and Payaic&l Debility,Imparities of the Blood. at 6.00 a m. Steamers leave 'Melbourne
. Asia.will bei evangelized. Europe chasing honey in the comb. They do Complaint.having been entered at this Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 6:00a

; g.ASia from one side and' America not know that the exquisite white comb office by D. Chalmers Erwin against Edwin m for all points south as far as Jupiter
! alClag it from the other side. Our that pleases them 'Is ten-made of paraffin F. Frost for abandoning his Homestead connecting then with stage for Juno and ad

.. feat andchildren. will gross that wax.-Herald of Health. Entry No. 5213. dated May 7th. landings on Lake Worth.
and._ America and Asia and Europe 1887, upon the lots 3 and 4, Sec. 35. and Halifax River ExprcNo. -.
t *U one, what subtraction' from the A Vocal Impediment.Mrs. lots 3 and 7, Sec. 36, Township 31 S., 27
Resulting from Folly, Vice,Ignorance,Excesses or' No. 78
t lagi of seasickness J'a'nd 1 the prophe* Bloodgood-I understand that Orei-taxation, Enervating and unfitting the victim Mange 39 E., In Brevard county Florida. lOOp ra..Lv.Jacksonville Ar.12 45 m

Gel in Revelation will 'be fulfilled. Mrs. Chataway,who has just 'mo\"f":! 'Into for Work Bnsiness the Married Social Relation. with a view to the cancellation of said 2 42 p m..Ar Palatka Lv....10 40 p m .
Avoid unskillful pretenders. Foeseaa this greatwork. p
t tae shall be no more sea. But do'Ir our block, has an impediment l hi her It contains 800 pages,royal 8vo. Beautiful entry; the said parties are hereby sum- 3 00 p m..Lv Palatka Ar..... 9 35 p in .
( m m YJ.hattbis American conti- binding, embossed,full gilt. Price only f 1.00 by moned to appear at this office on the 8th 6 00
speech. What is it? Do you know p m..Ormond.......... 6 25 p m
,Pda mail,postpaid,concealed in plain wrapper. Illustrative day of November, 1889, at 10 o'clock a.
tlagoingtbbeallgospelizedt 6 2.) m..._Ar Daytona Lv..... 6 00
Mrs. Parvenu-Her teeth drop uut Prospectus Free,if von apply pow. The m., to respond and furnish testimony p a m
Ceuiitopher Columbus, :when he wentTOre while she is talking.Burlington Free distinguished author Win./ Parker )I. D., re- Daily except Sunday.
'from the Santa Maria, and hisooad ce1vea the GOLD AND JEWELLEb MEDAL concerning said alleged abandonment. additional times at stations not named
Press. from the Nausea Medical'AMOciatlon for. Depositions will be taken before C. B.
,brother! Alonzb when he went above and for general information
i this PRIZE ESSAY on NERVOUS and Magruder. Notary Public at Titusville applyat
shore: from the :Pinta. and his thirdpther Bee Stinging for Bheomatlan. PHYSICAI DEBIUTY.Dr.Farkerand corps city ticket office.
Vincent when he went ashore; According to The Medidnishe Presse, !, of Assistant Phyalciammay- CODI11lted.-confidential Fla., on Monday October 28th, 1889, at Tickets on sale at City Ticket Office, No.
) by mall or in person, at the office of 10 o'clock a. tt
'Psi the Xfhia. took pdssesjnbn of this I of Vienna, a Dr. Tero has found a cure THE PEABODY MEDICAL:f INSTITUTE, m.ALEX.. LYNCH Register.V. 95 West Bay street and at Union depot.J. .
ptotryhi the asmepffliaB'aWer'snd' i for rheumatism hi'bee stingings. Having No.4 Bnlflneh St.;BoeteD,II.....,to whom all J. SHIPMAN, Receiver., A. LAKNERD, G. D..ACKZBLY,
orders for books or letters for advice should be
t' We Bon and the Holy Ghost : found that every sting is followed bya directed as above.MASON. NOTE. The fact and date of service Supt. Gen. Pass. Agt.D. .

.. Slitaa has no more right to this swelling up to'a'point when the bone upon the Homestead settler should be F. JACK, General Manager.

Sftntry than I have to your pocket "seems to have:become hardened against .& HAMLIN indorsed on this notice. 23

Mk. T6hearhinr 'talk on the roof further effect, he tried the stinging on a THE

! [fee. Temple, where he proposed to rheumatic patient Upon saturating.thepatient's ,ORGAN & PIANO CO., ProclamationBy
vn Christ the kingdoms' of ,this system'with bee poison the

. :1d.and the glory of them, you rheumatism iis&ppeared-not to return BOSTON, NEW YORK, CHICAGO.NEW the Mayor of the Town of Titusvitte, NEW DRUG. :STORE;1 '

tlUppose that Satan'was great for a long time. .-t>r. Tero has a plied T State of Florida. ,.
.WitJi;: ; loaded Contains a five octave
or. that he war ,tip ; 9-top
'; 'o real estate'when the old :iIj $ his remedy ia 173 cases and has inflicted I action, tarnished, In a large and To all whom it may concern and the Has on hand a Fine Assortment'of
; handsome case of solid,black
and'now '
lwaLnevesowned an l acre pr'anin9h 89,000 stingings' : keeps colony MODEL walnut Price f9 c&band registered ,voters of the said town of Ti- .

. K iioutid oh this planet .For that of ,bees on his premises, to be employed. ORGAN. {{ also sold on the Easy Hire System tusville: FRESH DRUGS
In this work. at $12.37 per quarter, for -
nl Notice is hereby given that the annual
1 Protest Against sometbIred ; ten quarters, when organ be- !
( and i saw'this sumipJer and otherrIDes STYLE .1 comes the property of person2244..1MTth& election of the officers of the town of Ti- Also SPECIFIC KEMEDIES.GUABANTEED
and tusville will be held'at the Court'Houseon -
Iln Kontania azid Oregon} Keeping It oota TO'' CURE the Diseases for 'which
JfJeBii g and l&ho and ,(%lpra4oCSaKfornia. The attenttar'of. the 'passengers': in,a i ,the 28th day of October, A. D. 1889, they are Recommended.
enMiliKto the same being the fourth Monday; thereof -
: They have v. southern i smoking .cir was ''riveted on a ( IF, :AFTER 't81SG.ANY: THEM: You
in.the ; to,elect,one ,.one marshal and
Doxies'to many,.places strangely' behaved n negro. He rockedbimsQlf MASON. r The Mason & Hajnlin mayor ARE' NOT SATISFIED WITH THE RESULT: ,
!Mt and northwest.J Stringer," Invented and pat. collector of"taxes,'one clerk ,and treas YOUR MONEY WILLBE ,CHEERFULLY
from ,side to,side without ceaaWJiat's 'ented by. Mason k Hamlin in urerand 'of taxes each and
lOOn aa you c tin: ,Yellowstone & one assessor FUNDED. ,,_ '
1882 is used in the,Mason It '
JJ:*or California you have p qua with IIAMLIN 1 Hamlin pianos exdnsivelr. Remarkable every one to hold office! for the"term of We have no ,cure-alls, but a different -
.. ,
to with the matter jouTJasked; refinement tone and also to elect two aldermen '
V1I4I you places cursed such ; of one year Remedy for.Each Class of Disease
,as "'-fee I- rilb Slide," "The a- traVeler:who.was.:in'the car. -, ,PIAXOS.au4.stand*phenomenal in tune, capacity characterize to to hold office for the next succeeding. ,two for Affections the Liver, Lungs Heart .

).rip. Kitchen,;* "Tbe DevU's. "Does ;'OU' know Dan McGaay u>' these instruments. years. and Kidneys;,for Female. Complaints; andRiagWOr.n

b1. "'!be Devil's Pulpit," "The J. W. Mdiityre,J.;A. Miller and Geo. alSo Ointments for Eczema l .

M'a Hush P tt"'TQe De Vil'. Tea t'1 eL"fNWeu F. Ensey are hereby appointed judges: of Tetter and other Diseases of-the Skin, '
II i 4""TheDevU'sBaw MjW"They [ eah, be:sold.mea, silver watch POPULAR STYLES ORGANS AT $22. the said election,and/''James. ; T. Sanders" Give them a :trial and you will not be.

,, Machine bop '!rhe>>eri1'. for '|30H added, the.D gTo, sti11swajing !$32.50, $o0. $78,'$90, AND UP. clerk thereof.,' '< t disappointed. r

& and so on. .Now it is very much from: side,'"an,ef ;:I stops movin Organs and Pianos sold for Cash, Easy, Given under my hand this:23rd day.of J. SCREVEN: .'Druggist(

tilled' that geological surveypf rJefk.jqnaj die. here way ;de watch ,d n't; go no, Payments,and Rented. Catalogues. free. September, A. D.; 1889. 1 : :

cculmittoa9s.ePRTt of isoah,"-New Orleana'Piqvyune; .:; .. ;. .... 23." ", H...F, ATKINSON. .' ., .,Mayor.. .. r TITUSVILLE. ,'TLA., :_ j. ..:,.4'r .

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-- ,., ......"!T rt1lt -".t, -1 .! -;. 'f first '
whose would be
W.1 yiterest
.Mt u dI..f;t r" t' teH '..1h: to
c t i : Q ;t: ,. pine land in this section.. A cosyand m-.u,_ J lob, ., _; d 1
THEf .oaiD rAR. ForCDRl.U. ..... nd )O.Jtid on .J I F1change. market for their:own property..1
Otter Creek,..............Saturday, 23rd comfortable 'hon snrrourided by;aDd mahificent $-. (., ',,,, t -: J.. i ..u '8' 89" : 'J'o beat'J! ftlJeT sa l.tih
c ttt Qr i1' etreeland flowers, a; :' I" 'ITY.. :QIh'T, OCt,.,"l .. auction .
1"1 t ? ( is used
l 'Yt .C 3 1$11 ) .n; ; j' : the.attractise .Tt.e.! interndisp ;;
Otter Creek -....."....'.Monday, Dec. 2nd -coloDf"o. bees .are,- Eddix 'lOhdafar: I xl < .' I ths <>siUon 9f foreibuyefsgf ,traits.., i'
(i IM'iiffi: toVaiii'Mfc r Fort Drum.Tuesday ,. 3rd features: From his bees, Mr 'F. derives lamglad that,'fG wer" still,wants thenf are chiefly wholes* iScbapla

Eden*L! : .rA.A...i.JJ'nday: ,' ". 6th quite' revenue' 's lling a gobd deal 'of light. Would that everyone'."ho.'W -the'\"err. class of trade to <*_

-Annum. Fort Pierce.Saturday, /! 7th honey in. "the n g hboroo&and''shipping' money in this*-to' us; important ',business Flo'rjda growershaVe: ,heretorore' "
per t Narrows ..............Monday; 9th some. ? would look carefully into the question: their fruit'' 'to'be? sold for their .

at Tittuvillea* Sebastian.-........:Tuesday, 10th 'The next 'plate 'which; indicates' 4hat presented: by.the.Orange Growers: :Unto During this last few years there'bte-.

Entered at the PodOjJite Malabar; ...-..;.........Wednesday,.". 11th the owner knows :that nothing thrives if arid'the FruittExchange on one side and betna; g.noel nanyFloridaoran gn

x .Second-- Clou Matter.. Melbourne, ............Thursday 12th left to'take care of itself is that of" :Mr. ; oh the other by a very' ably written ar- to,t (esuctidn- rooms for we, and ii.'W

l Eau Gallie. .............Friday.U 13th Jacob-N.; Feaster, or''Uncle Jake, as he ticleiri the Trutt,Trade Jaunuz/.published been common,, occurrence for com .
THE STAB is the OFFICIAL* newspaper. Georgians,.............Saturday: 4< 14th is known formiles around: Uncle Jake i in.New York, in its issue. of September21st sion, merchants who were tem

c for BrevaW 7 county; : Bockledge,..........!..Monday, 16th is getting well up in years; though is ,. headed ''Commission'. Merchants short of 'goods them ,t .-

'The "tar has the Largest circulationof I Merritt, !........:.......Tuesday, ". ,17th still a hard,worker :and. in the last, ten Versus Orange.Trusts and AuctionSys, and place them;wth their regular tS
aof paper on the East coast of Fla. City Point ............Wednesday, 18th years has made another.grove half a.mile tem', The article referred to has been at a profit far exceeding a comm Sltca"

I Titusville.,,...........-Thursday, 19th north'where lie will 'remove, his ,family widely,circulated among: the growers-ol 10 j>er cent." -
1 sQt aiztsoneachin space; U squares t t' ee' 20th after his home place. He is get- is said .be the ablest..defense -
A LaGrafcge, .....i..f..Friday: t .; selling f the State. It to Is Rt'the'p i cipte to buy for p&
make a column. Hanlover.Saturday.: 21st ting most too old now to.look after both 'of the commission system yet pre and at the same time sell for comm'

advertising rates enquire cent stamp.of the Editor i Canaveral ..............Monday, 23rdE. places. sented. The topic is an exciting one, as moron in the one case as in the !

i always. enclosing two. .." .. -- W HALL Tax Collector. li"extcomes Lewis Coleman's... Mr. C!, and, Just now luminous with inquiry Does this showing present a perfect m.
------ will readily
t % is a practical man as.his place, and investigation. 'One grower said ,to tem? Is there not a "root"
existing .
'continue to ar- .
From "the tray goods r l .indicate. He a fine lot of cattle that he
:Tiiasur' 4 ; owns an agenfof: the Fruit Exchange where which accounts for the fact
t 'rife it seems as.if our store-keepers intend County Report._ and supplies not only LaGrange with did not want to hear anything about it acknowledged to be inferior t

to 'supply the greater part of the. Report' Treasurer for quarter ending .'meat an milk but Titusville: also and and was satisfied with his way of marketing oranges ours bring: more at auction! by 50 ;

liver trade' Oct. 7th, 1889. even as far dowu'the'i'iver as Melbournehe his crop. If all were so far advancedthe per box than ours do by this perftet

4 GENERAL FUND. ships both beef and pork. During question would be' already settled ;; tem T Hear what they say in il oitrt 11-.
t July 1st. To balance from last Dr. the dull summer months he kills 8'or ID but I am pursuaded that there are but "Here'is illustration.

IF the County Commissioners decide report .......... '$222.84 beeves and'3 or 4 h6gs a week and duringthe few who are at ease in the present condition wholesale price an of fancy Sappo .
to-morrow-that the county can stand the 5th. To amount receivedE. winter many "more. I commendthe orange to bt
: of marketing. this
orange () box price
$3.00 being v
$ expense of another election we think W. Hall ........:............ 3.40 The next is a place recently purchased article referred to, to "Grower" and the law per of supply and demand.fixed n'l
t Aug. 10th. To amount received, by a wealthy company who have in even all giving much light i upon I
able to make an to growers as ships his fruit
4'isi that we are ,equally as Robert Morrow............... 940.00 the short time they have owned it shown the operation of the law of supply and grower wholesale merchant he receives directly$100 to te
appropriation for the Sub-Tropical, as 2nd. To amount received, and fertilizing will do tu
t Sept. what cultivation demand under the commission system;, with the commission and
proposed .by the open letter published Robert Morrow................. 940.00 I for orange trees. and as containing its best arguments. say box DOc. deducted. But if all tba frt K|

I elsewhere. Sauce for the goose should be 6th. To amount received, Here the county.road crosses the old After summing up the subject, h whal concentrated at the
Comptroller...................... 32,42 I road from'Salt'Lake-to the Indian River to continue to were auctionboc*
; sauce for the gander.. Cautious financier- they say to encourage us how would he fare? The wholesalepriet
Oct. 1st. To amount received, but time and probably your space the old,
my :
ing'would oppose both these measures in E.. W. Hall...................... 50.14 I' and the patience of your readers will not ship"In what way direction then must we seek ditiona would still'of supply be $3.00 but under the the wholeailet urns ee*

our county just now, and the tax-payers I permit such digression from the main for the means of placing the Florida orange would have to buy at the auction
e e&
.are watching the Board very closely, but $2,188.80Oct. road in my brief description of places.I industry upon a better and more lower to insure his profit; so whit wo5 I

as there will be a full Board present'the must not omit, however to mentionthe profitable basis? It is first necessary to the grower get? Certainly he would
7th. By warrants paid and Dr. fine schoolhouse, Key. Chaudoin's -
new ascertain the causes of the unsatisfactory
with the wholesale *
wishes of the people generally will no the $3.00 mercbsta
turned over to County Com.l,946.01By beautiful and several good
place condition of the business before any rem-
9 doubt be reached. balance........................ 224.79 groves belonging to W. S. Norwood, Mr. edy can be determined. It is an un- profit the charges of the$1.20 action a!,
and the
c freight-about -dcdoctei
Jack of the J., T. & K. W.), andJerome
(Supt doubted fact that there has been duringthe That's where the rowen' pocket borklpays
OUR TOWN GOVERNMENT. $2,188.80To Twichell, of "Kansas City all, a past twelve years or more an almost the difference. : I
short distance to the left, while to the steady decline in the prices obtained "
Seeralweeks ago reference was madein balance on hand................. $224.79 right the neat but narrow little railroad for Florida oranges.average When it is Say "Abe, if the oranges we ad tit I
New York the hundreth
our columns of the need of a good 1889. ROAD FUND. station, and Mr. 'W Olfe's fine place in considered that during this period the are only one- Ct
July1st. To balance from last Dr. the river bank. as much as the country produce amok
the coming : the hammock nearly on production of the has increased I
strong, town government .report,............................. $224.64 Here at the "cross roads is the La- fold while the groves to why don't' the wholesale mentis
This suggestion was sanctioned by many buy them atauction, and make COeesi i,
year. received
5th.. To amount Grange store formerly:kept by Mr. E. L. abroad have shown no decrease, and that
one and'all of our citizens generally, but RW.;frail,..................... .85 Brady now of Titusville, but recently this enormous increase in supply has instead of 30as they do now! Cujot

lately the interest seems to have lagged a Sept.,6th. To amount received, purchased by Messrs.\ Gardner & Day, been entirely out of proportion with the tell me? Tell me who represent nI I

$ 1 little; and aside from the two announced Comptroller,.................... 3.30 who will soon have a large and well as- increase in the consuming population of when the merchant both has fruit and wlidf domett! to
Oct. 1st. To amount received, sorted stock of goods. :Major Atkinson's bought, foreign
further for
need look
c candidates for marshal, no one seems will- E. ,W. Hall,............:........ 6.27 directly across the road from the our the country of ve declining no There is for sale alongside of yours in wUdlt) I

ing to undertake the duty of serving the store, and,while a fine: it needs absolutely cause no preventative prices.for the operation has a greater interest than be b>a tiyours.
and echo J.t J
yt' : town in an official capacity for one year. $235.06 the pleasant face of the, proprietor at of this law; prices must continue to Nobody- come
off Florida It
from far -nobodyr fat
There are six positions that are to bet home to make it complete. bear their relation between supply I
Oct. 7th.. By, warrants paid and Cr. Lawrence the owner of the proper waits a_ little and rots a little and .&
and demand. The chances for betterment
Tuesday I
r 1 filled at the election to be held on -
turned over to County Coin. $218.40 : next place north of the store and it is one therefore must be looked.for in those rela- itself, '

k 4., the 29th viz : mayor, two aldermen By balance,......................... 16.66 of the oldest and'finest groves in the set- tive differences in .price which result :Tow I 'will tell' you something sbeet I

'marshal, clerk and assessor. At tlement, having been set out by Mr. CTs from variations, in quality, at the same gluts, etc. The Orange Grows Cilia
had their Is tit ,
and the
Exchange origin
the request of half a dozen of our leading $235.06To father'one, ofthe,pion rsof Indian Riper time preserving that method of distribution which exist ud Is the I

citizens, yesterday, a STAR reporter balance on hand............... $16.66 post. office.Here's the Next well is kept the: Express pretty little and which affords the groVe-r.the largest his defects of the existing system. ThejteJI I,
of the value of
possible proportion '
1 was requested to interview the. businessmen 1889. BUILDING FUND. dwelling of Alex.Carlile, son'of Lawrie, product. you: th there it absolutely & prere&> I

r of our town and ascertain their July 1st To balance from last who has just started out in life with In its perfection the Florida is Live for the operation of thii 1st; & i

k The report............................ $255.04 bright prospects ahead. orange under ,system which offers no rta- I
choice of men for these positions. far superior, to any which'come from foreign -
't 5th. To balance received, Next on left is Andrew Carlile edy but competition and improvementii ;
your countries but considerable
almost unanimous preference of about E. W. Hall,..................... .85 brother of Lawrence, and he really de- of the ; a very is quality you pay too much and jpiiai i
forty voters resulted in the selection of Sept., 6th. To amount received serves a more extended notice than I can part and production the lower not'perfect by 'than your share of the retail pries rf :

from ............. 3.29 any means qualities have fruit. have saved epoof&rf
Dr. B. R. Wilson for mayor; S. A. Bel Comptroller accord him in this article. A harder no advantages whatever over the impor- your They t'

cher and J. P. Turner for. aldermen ; Oct. 1st. To amount received worker and more hospitable gentleman tations from 'abroad. We think is the 8 per cent. charged.for selling far
from E. W. Hall.............. 6.27 cannot be found anywhere,and his it fruit with the stock to bay tens a ;
marshal Blake groves safe to that in time in the
John' Myers,- for ; J. P. say .no historyof large from toaoatscttrn :
and garden are in full keeping with his quantities
t for clerk and S. F. Gray for assessor. $265.45 character. of the trade'havePo fancy grades which they will let you have,ewt oi :
Florida'oranges.s1iowing perfect quality
These nominations are presented to the This brings me to Mr. Johnson's. "Big and condition sold too low to afford on time. This accommodates ujiodatw ,

l voters of Titusville as the expressed preference Oct. 7th. By warrants paid and Cr. Tom" they call him, but why Big Tomis a fair profit on,, production.' ua 3 cents per box. They will sell j'cr :
turned over to County Com. $152.13 fruit at 8 cent., which save J
only by the fact that thereis per pa
explained The losses have occurred
of over a majority of the largest By balance........................ 113.32 a Tom" also. Here we find the and by. of deteriorationin on common cents. They will save you at least M pa- .

property holders and business men of our -- blacksmith and cooper shop in full blast, qualities condition. Here reason.then close cent of the usual rot by shipping ia or

town, and they specially urge that the $265.45To and his grove could not look finer. He Bible to the root of the trouble, as must as'pos the and train loads on time schedalebjeet* .

names mentioned above are men who will has large_ garden in the hammock. Opposite be tract which is 15 cents. This abO..
balance on hand................ $113.32. his peat little, dwelling I Js.thechurch'whlch remedy applied. hope for you 5 ce -tain improved condition ty- ,
ably fill their respective positions, if improvement may be found in raisingthe
1889. SINKING FUND. of better and of fiat 1
use saving
cars a
A ,I am told, was the 'first of the the '
quality to
r elected. July 1st. To balance from last place of worship erected on Indian River product highest as well. This alone will save yoa 8

The offices ofjnayor and councilmen report............................. $384.84 Formerly it',was used also as a schoolhouse reduce possible the point loss ana in devising meansto mini cents, which litttle sum, on a tied

are of.such unenviable position that it is Oct. 1st. To amount received, and the first lessons to the little These both by decay to a- lion box crop,.amount. to five band &d

,8 i E. W. Hall..................... 12.54 ones of Brevard Co. were taught,here. mum. are feasible_ proposi-- sixty thousand dollars. Into &&& ;
difficult but tions.
to get any one to accept, By cultivation selection and fertilization
Just north of the church is the ceme- this if you are a small shipper"
Dr. Wilson believes should shirk vast improvement is possiblein
no man $397.38 in 'small lots the or-
tery neatly fenced and well kept,'and the all the products of nature and meth- you get sast
his duty in serving his country or town ; load rates the p
r profusion! of fresh and beautiful flowerson ods of and as large shipper
government, and while personally he Oct. 7th By credit on Sinking Cr. the different graves would indicate have been gathering devised, curing which packing which an additional saving IbIs"* *
loss from
Fund-warrant I. R. B ..... $309.90 by like to at
the beloved dead there
that "though lost to was.some Preventative
does wish the he will
not position, acceptit By balance......................... 87.48 sight were still to memory dear. Death decay under small.ordinary" conditions becomes operation of the law under the old!*
and the duties of extremely
as a duty execute loses half"its horrors when, we see these In the tem. Standing in Jacksonville, tBe J

the position to the best of his ability. If $397.38 sweet reminders that we still live in the well to considering consider what is'two offered systems by:teach it is ager has one hand on the mirietrea, .'

no one in Titusville regards this a per- -- memory of those whom we loved. and the other on the growers, and b '
To balance on hand................ $87.48 Beyond is beautiful of the power to effect the remedies. It can receive and dispense such io L
sonal sacrifice to help along town government -I young grove will be seen from the above quotation.
I Mr. I of and it tion as will glut by a !drI
yes, Philadelphia, joining that the commission prevent a
know that the so far
we present mayor I LaGrange Heard From.To on the north is the "Kentucky" grove, as distribution. There is an Item I k'

and his predecessors must regard it as the Editor of the Florida Star: owned by "Uncle Jake" Feaster and Mr. ing they but are advice.concerned Their, offer absolutely is noth. not yet mentioned and it 1fOt'rics-

such, for each of them have expressed Jerome Twichell, of Kansas City. This system perfectand more than II mate .
Not having seen anything in your valuable cannot be changed or bettered and &D1thioielse.
their unwillingness to accept the office paper for sometime from "Chatterbox is the place to which Uncle Jake expects the fault and remedy lies wholly within mad and y_ Th=tb_

for second term. The has who used furnish interesting to move as mentioned previously in this ourselves. As : overcharge, which amounts to ".f
a same spirit to some very growers we are loyal to tM s"
letter. It contains in all ten acres and ,one hundred thousand dollar ta
items from LaGrange, and be- the law of supply and demand and will
3 to be manifested by our councilmen. *
the 1,000 trees are uniform in size and be ange growers of the State 'I'ht1' ?
much interested in when
satisfied that
ing there we are
They do not accept the position from property thrifty in appearance that they afford a .ire I you all. .of. that, and if your goods arelMC
as well as in the good people who form get our just part of the retail rice, and, at
choice, but more as a duty loyal they owe : that little community I made a little most beautiful sight. Dr. Wilson's grand the price is based upon its real value to they save you that too AD .
i" the of the observation old grove looms up just beyond this and the plan which has for its object b
to good town. tour of recently to find out consumer. The operation of the law i 4
though not large has in it some of the back the profits of the grower
how things were going. I had heard of supply be thing under
It is not probable that any meeting in the' may one one wk! II it
most prolific bearing trees settle- fiercely Abe
opposed. Say ,
dead but and ,
it I
that different
was a place am now system a thing under 'an-
\ can give a better voice of the people than I his the orb
ment. welcome
missed genial thoughas 1 pocke -book of the .growerother
convinced that it is as thriving and other. If, as the quotation there is
..r that expressed in the names above mentioned perous a little settlement as could pros-be he has now moved with his family to absolutely no preventative says to the operation -. thing which creates all thIs -:

"a and the only contest will be for found in a week's travel. The groves, as Titusville, 'this distressingly healthy of the law under the'commisson system -' tud? If the Fruit Exchange cosei -
rule well kept and look fine the neighborhood scarcely affording him practice and that ; even stick to it account,ot its opts
marshal. In the race for this office Mr. a are ; operation, stated by,them
exceptions being only those whose owners enough.Above as a fact has steadily declined tion. Yours trul '
Henry Titus is announced and squarely this is Mr. and I prices for \Vx. n. EtaRemarkable.
are nonresidents who, not seeing for Chappell's the twelve the
past years, same conditions -
before the people and personally we do themselve, fail to appreciate the absolute hardly recognized the place, his trees continuing,.what will its inevitable '

. not wish to influence the will of any voter necessity of careful cultivation and having grown beyond the" recognition of result be to us at the end of the next l1"ne.
such a semi-occasional visitor I. Thisis
F* ,for this office. Both of the aspirantsare liberal fertilizing. It is distressing to the last place of note in the as settlementbut twelveyears: ?preventative Mrs. Michael Curtain, l) '"' '

capable of filling. the position and we see the contrast between these and the by no means least. except within ourselves,is not organization makes the statement that abe
souls well kept thrifty and profitable groves of the proper thing! Admitting cold, which settled on her lsDl'J-...,
From Mendel's
only ask that our citizens at the south end toChappeH's '
support of the resident Still treated for month her
some owners. leav- even, for argument sake, that it, should was a by
that candidate whom they feel would these at the north is about two miles physician but Iles
ing neglected groves entirely out of become necessary for the united heads to grew worse.
make the most efficient officer. the count there are enough fine old and when the reader recalls the numberof decide to change from the agency of the she was a hopdeu tidun of ..

groves and young ones too to amply jus- places mentioned in this letter and Exchange to commmission merchants. and ,that no medicine could e

t Notice to Taxpayers tify a side track at the station of the J., throws in a few others not mentioned it We are asked to "apply the remedy: closeto Her druggist suggested Dr..K1Jtl i
will be seen that the settlement is Ihe
T. & K. W. accommodatecars quite Discovery Consumption
Railway to the root. where '
The tax books for 1889 will be at the for the loading of the large of dense enough for sociability without the The commissson Then is the root?: a bottle and to her delight aDd_
crops had its
voting places on the days mentioned below fruit this settlement will ship. danger of neighbor' chickens getting so far as the Florida system fruit, is concerned origin ben efitted from first do e. She '
: mixed. Speaking of chickens,LaGrange a eel Its use. and after Uklnr tell
The Turnbull hammock, one of the fin- in the necessities of the when -
Canaveral,................Friday,Nov. 18t.u est bodies of land in the State, extendsthe claims that she can supply the whole they had no option but to growers to, those found herself sound and well DO-wrhe .
Haulover,..................Monday, 4th entire length of the settlement and county with them as well as fresh egg?, who handled the her own house work and U ai + ,
produce around the
g Titutville,..................Tuesday, 5th contains many fine groves, though the milk butter, and meat. Trusting I have large.cities It would seem that, they ever wa*. Fnre trial bottles& MJJTGreat 1

LaGrange,.................\.Wed'day 6threrritt excellent pine lands seem to be the more not trespassed on your space and patiencetoo offer'no remedy but advice the as Discovery at DIxon 50s.slid'4

1 } t..................-Thursday, 7th extensively improved.Travelling much, I am yours truly, difficulties which confront us have present Drugstore. Large bottles ..
.city Point,......."..........Fridav, 8th northwest from Titusvilleon OBSERVER.Shiloh'i of and a
the.system 1
................ consequently are S .JI. ., :
Bockledge .Saturday 9th the
county the first 'place to be Catarrh rooted in it. Hear what they 'of the The Ear. (,eo.H.Thayer of Doutba.1 v !
positive for Catarrh say
Georgiana.Monday, 11th seen inside the LaGrange district is Mr. Diptherta. and Canker Month. Sold cure bj Dick Orange Trust: Both mja U and wifo owe.r err M .11-
:Eau Gallic,...............Tuesday, 11 12th Mendel's on the right. The road here be- son &Grey. TituiriHe Fla. ':It has, however, one striking feature Cawt Sold b7 Bkte es a ,J

Melbourne,...............Wed'sday 13th in the dividing line between school distract which will do well to '
}Malabar..................'1 ursday. 14th No. 1 and 2, (Titusville and La- immediate Why will yon cough when Sh11oh'Cure win Rite It first"growers announces'that it consider. A Kaaal Injector free with Mch 1dtJe.. ,
Sebastian,_.......,......Fridav, 15th Grange), I will pass unnoticed several by Dickson relief*Grey Price Tttaavine 10 eta,.Fla.Meta and SL Sold what fruit its needs proposes>> and to buy Catarrh BaxoMlr. Price d0\ nests IoU" jA

Kafmws,..................S turday. "16th nice places on the left and speak of Mr. same time solicits consignment require, from at the GreyT1tn tj ..J'1L

Fort Pierce ............ 18th Shaoh's CUre will immediately relieve the
,, -Monday, Frosc er's, the next in order. This place Croup grower. The shipper' therefore will be "Hackmatack," a lawni wed fn( etCf
Eden,......................Tuesday., 19th shows plainly what maybe accomplished I I &Whooping Grey.Tttojrille.Coach and Jla.BrouchiUa. Sold by Dickaon. I asked to ship his property to a'concern PrIce 23 and W:: centa.. Sold bj kbCI8 j



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la more Catarrh in this section < Important. to Xand. wnerL, E iwARD"STILING. : ; iALBERT A. TAYLOR. -
Olaf al aa t O Iff ***'*" t.) I** rU *at?**">: Y I"'w " P-II-.f ,' '. :''
1ier antitlt6"fill *'we hold!deed 'the following* landsbased -.fh. ; 7' :' :.iF.;:./.J: ?.3 .-.1611:1): _.., f .,
cI,I b'"d Ju..Ul th&l f-e aWaI f'. >'t\ r. '! ".. .. T--. ... ::::
tax title. who .
supposed to incurable. or a on ?Original owners J r-tfI f,: ,...t7A;; ''-=Ir 4 wrIIpIL, "
panjvjears doctors pronounced wish can .reinstated. on ,liberal terms: '''1'' t. j ;:t ... .,) ...p.* .. ., r' 'Ij ..':'
J great:local disease,abd prescribedlocal'rem' i by addressing, L. D. :-bidcDo 14EtLSa-_ ., : Cocoa, '..... !, ., 'J. .n 'Indian 'River J i v,... 'Florida.:: '
and by4conataDtly failing CUD I Vannab( Ga... I. ,. .
edlef ..
-.4. j 'J Jt <.\. .I" ., ., .
A. ; # p-J. 'f
"Utl1ocal treatment pronounced, it in:- DESCRIPTION OF LANDS. ," ... ,, ...,.?'r.. '!;tr.l. t r. .. 1IST '
curable. Science has disease proven and catarrh thereforer t.obe' W of N. Wl: and W,J of S. W., Sec.' t r.'''" 4 I ,-'.' '
constitutional ,
a 1 36 K. 40-160
Tp. acres.
constitutional tr atillent.Ball'i:
F. J. All of sections'2,11; and 13, Tp. 36, B '
Cure, manufactured by
Catarrh & Co., Toledo, Ohlo'is the only 40-1,920 acres. .._, Hardware : Stoves
Cheney CPBStltutipnal cure'ouilhe; market.! It ist&SibteniallyJndose. N. W. t and W. of S. E. J and S. W: t J rockerYJ" Tinware
.$ from JO;dropi J of Sec. 12, Tp 86, R. 40-400 acres. :
toa teaspoonful. It acts directly upon S J of Sec..8, Tp. 38, E.'41-320 acres. ,

the blood and mucus surface\ of the sys Lots 1, 2 and 3 and_ E. J of N, W. and "" '
tern. They offer'one'hundred dollars for S. W.rof N.'E Sec.. 20, Tp. 30, B. 31-. AND AGATE-WARE. ,
any case it fails to cure. Send for circuLars 240"acres. .
and testimonials.. Address F. ,sT... W. of.of,N. W. and N.W.. of S. W Paints, Oils, Glass!; and Putty, .
CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sec, 27, Tp. 27, B. 36-120 acres.W. ==- TABLEand POCKET CUTLERY
'$6F Sold druggists, 75. 24 J of N. E. and W. J of S. E. Sec. ,

8, Tp. 28, R. 37-160 acres. Plumbers' and Mill
Happy Hoosicrs. Lots 1,and. 4 Sec. 32. Tp. 32, R. 40- BARBED WIRE
Wm.TImmons,Postmaster of Idaville,, 76 acres. ,
Ind., writes:..Electric' Bitters has done Lot.2 Sec. 22' Tp. 37, R. 41-80.acre?. Supplies,
more for me-than all' other medicinej N.E J and N. E. of S. E. Ses. 21, Tp. WIRE NETTING

combined for and that Liver bad trouble.feeling"arising John 37, B. 41-200 acres. Doors Sash .. "
from Kidiiey All-6f sections 15 .and 25, Tp. 26, R. Blinds
Leslie, farmer and stockman, of sameplaWay and WIRE CLOTH
a: Find Electric.'Bittersto be 30-4,288 acres-Occola' t .
the best Kidney and Liver medicine- ; S. E. of N. W. and S. W. J Sec. 22, Tp. .

made me feel;like a new man." J.V.. 26, B. 30-200 acres-Osceola county. BRICK LIME CEMENT .Q-U:1S:
Gardner, hardware 'merchant, same All of 'section36(, Tp. 26, B. 30-640 } ,

town, says: '.Electric Bitters just the acres-Osceola county.
thing for a man who Is all run down and N. W.,i and S. and S. W. of N. E. SHINGLES. and LATH. AMMUNITION: ,

don't: ca/g,wbeiher }he-li lives or die; he Sec. 19, Tp. 21, B. 35-520 acres. FISHING TACKLE. .
found' ( 'leW;J5trengtb"ig9<)d appctltearid N. J of Sec.28,Tp.21,R.34-320 acres. .. .
w- felt just:like lease:on',life.. All of frac. Sec. 14 and S. E. of N. E. '

Only 50c. a bottle, at Dixon &. Grey's Sec. 25, Tp. 21. B. 35-104.acres. : Ship. 'Chain.d1ery: Goods, .
Drug Store. 20. All of Sec. 23,Tp.:21,R.35-640 acres. f )

Proof.In All of sections 11, 12..and 13, Tp. 26 Agents for ALABASTINE, the permanent coating for walls and ceilings; For Chattanooga Plow "Com-

many Convincing,instance it has been proven R.24.30-1,920 acres-Osceola county. pany's'plows and.cane:mills ; Planet Jr. farm tools. .. .".

that B. B:B. (Bdtanlc Blood Balm)'made qa.uze.Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges Gasolene Coffins and Caskets.' ." ; >" .' '
by Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga., will Stoves '

cure blood poison in its worse phases, Mrs.W>SLDw'8 Advice SOOXHXXO to Mothers.Sravr. fails. \ ,
even when all other treatment be used when children are cutting teeth. It relieres -
P. Brunson. Atlanta, Ga. writes:: the iittletuffererat once;itproduoesnatoral,
A. ,
.'1 had 25 running ulcers on one.leg and quiet sleep,and the little cherub awakes as"bright Catalogues, sample cards and size lists. sent free upon application., Correspondence solicited and
button. Lt is to taste. It '
a* a very pleasant estimates furnished
the other and felt greatly prostra promptly. '. :
6 on soothes the child softens the gums allaysall pain ,
ted.' I believe I actually swallowed a regulates the bowels,and is the best known remedy '
barrel of medicine,in vain eflprts,to cure tor other diarrhoea causes., whether Twcaty-flte arising cents from a bottle.teething or ,STILING & TAYLOR' .

the disease. With little hope 1 finally .
advice of friend I >
acted on the urgent a
and got a bottle of B., B. B. I .experienced Master's Sale. L. C. OLIVER. F. T. BUDGE.

- a change, and my despondency Under and by virtue of a final decree
, was somewhat dispelled. I kept using ft issuing out of the Honorable Circuit :
until Iliad taken sixteen bottles, and all Court of the Seventh Judicial Circuit of QI.ISTEIR& E1J"DGE: ;
the Ulcers, rheumatism and all other r
Florida in and for Brevard county, dated
horrors'of blood poison have disappeared the 30th day of September, 1889, in a
last I sound and well again, Dealers in
am}at am certain cause in chancery therein depend ;.
after of twenty of
an"experience years. ing, wherein Drucilla K. McCrory, by .

torture.Bobt.,'V nJ. Maxey, Ga., writes: 'My triend,Charles T. McCrory, and GEORGIA PINE LUMBEEISHINGLES :;::
ai disease was pronounced a tertiary form A.,CoMcCrory are complainants and W. ,
of blood poison. My face, head and C. C. Branning and Beubannah Bran- .. ,
shoulders were admass bf corruption, and ning, his wife, and S. F. Meyers, Marcus . .:t.. .
"- dually the.disease began eating my skull Meyers and Simon Blumer. copartnersas AND'LATHS.. : ;
bones. My hopes ached, my kidneys S. F. Meyers & Co., are defendants, I .
were deranged, I,lost flesh and strength will, as Special Master in Chancery, sell
i and life became a burden. All said I at public sale to the highest and best bid- EJXrmaAL; ,:HAR.D: .A.R.E: ;
must surely die, but nevertheless when der for cash in front of the Court House
. I had used ten bottles of B. B. B. I was door in Titusville, in Brevard county,
pronounced well. Hundreds of scars Florida, on the fourth day of November,
can now'be seen on me. I "have now A. D., 1889. the same being the first Monday Sash Doors and Blinds ; Stoves Tinware and Crockery.
been well over twelve months. 24Blaster's ,
,,t in the month and a legal sale day, .
between the legal hours of sale, all that
s Sale. certain lot, tract or parcel of land de P AIJXrTS ANA OILS
Under and by virtue of a final decree of scribed as follows: Lot number fifteen ,

-r sale and foreclosure, rendered by the Honorable ([15),as shown on the:map ,of Robbins'&
!- .John D. Broome, Judge of the Circuit Graham's Addition to Titusville, whichis Refrigerators, Water Coolers, Ice Cream Freezers
Judicial circuitof
M 4 Court of the Seventh ,
recorded in the office of the Clerk of
{ of the State. of Florida on September 10th, the Circuit, Court in and for Brevard Screen Wire Screen
therein Windows
!!! 1889 hi a certain cause ,in chancery Screen-Wire Doors. _
pending'in the circuit court of Brevard county, and also the, building or tene- ,
thereon and also that other build-
ment ,
circuit aforesaid wherein
and for the -
' 1 county
ti!! .;Isaac; E. Brown is complainant and ing and tenement now occupied by said POWDER AT NEW YORK PRICES.
'E Needham C. Bryan and James F. Coachman \V. C. C. Branning as a jewelry store,
;0. ;are'defendants I will, as special Master situate upon lot five (5) in Mary Lund's .
in Chancery, sell for cash, to the highest subdivision: of tier property in block "D" T.ITUSVILLE, F.LORIDA.
r. and best bidder, on Monday the fourth of the town of Titusville, as shown on the
it day of November, A. D.188U, the same being map of said Mary Lund's sub-division,
il the first.Monday :in the month and a legal all of said land being!; situate in Brevard him Ynni Peach Trees Clyde .S'tea' Y1I ship o.

. sale day, between'the legal hours of county, Florida. Terms cash. ,
.. sale, in front of the Court House door in Witness my hand at Titusville this 1st ALSO New York, .Charleston & Florida Line '
Ii Titaiville, Brevard county, Florida, all the day of October, A. D. 1889. :
.:.i following described real estate, to-wit: All JAMES SANDERS, RED CEYLON MAGGIE
i those certain parcels of land situated in Bre- Special Master in Chancery.
. yard county, Florida, described as follows: BOBBINS & GRAHAM, AND IALDO PROLIFIC
The half of the northeast (W. ,
west quarter
: 24 Solicitors for Complainant.
.. On Mariana Plum Stock. GuaranteedTrue.
lot N. E. !) and the northeast quarter of
''ii_ the southwest quarter (X. E. J of the S. W. MALABAR CIGAR FACTORY. .
; J) of section seven of township twenty-one Yum Yum is the Best Peach ever

'. ((21)); south of range thirty-five ((35))) east, II. C. Starclt, Proprietor. planted] in Florida; April and M'
r .containing 120 acres, more or less, together Manufacturer fine Havana and Domestic way; Price,3.00 per doz. Order now. r i
* with all the appurtenances thereunto belonging CigarS. Trade'supplied with fine 6. W. IDNEB, Tillman, ?la.

or in anywise appertaining. Terms hand made goods. Orders promptly filled. 15-3m
coth. at Malabar Fla. 28NEWSPAPER MMmmmMM*
! Witness i- my hand and seal this 26th day Factory The Magnificent Steamships of this Line appointed to sail as follows :.
! of September. D.,1889. (Standard Time.)
[L.8.] '. J. P. TURNER, N A UMAN"'S: :
Ii. Special Master in Chancery. From Jacksonville to New York. From New. York to Jacksonville
24-5t Solicitors for complainants., CHEROKEE Thursday, Oct.., 3. at 11:00 L m (CALLING AT C1IA.BLJJSlOY.)
TilE PIOXEER AGENCY.For SEYINULE, Sunday 6, at.1:30 p. m SEMLNOLE Tuesday Oct.. J, at' ,3:00 p. m
Master's Sale. ; IROQUOIS -. Thursday, 10. a' .5:00 L m IROQUOIS Friday 4, at 3:00 p m
YEMASSEE Sunday "' 1:1, at 6:30 L YUIASSD, Monday, 7, a& 3:00
Under and by, virtue,of a final decree. ofsale terms and sample copies address ,
I' ,CHEROKEE, TnelUlar.II 15. 'at 8:30 a m CHEROKEE,' Wed'adar, _" 9, a& 3CIO p. IU
and foreclosure rendered by tnV'Honorabla SEMINOLE, Thuradal. 01 17. at 0.00 a. m SEIDNOLF, .. Friday ,". U", at 1:00 p m
John D.'Broome, Judge of the Circuit CHAS.H. NAUMAN, FROM NEW YORK CITY. DELAWARE -. Sunday, 20. at 12:00 noon DELAWARE .' Monday, ... U. at 3:00 p III
Judicial circuitof t Mr. A H. Hawkes-Pe r Slrr Yocr PATENT IROQUOIS Tuesday 10. at 1:00 p.m IROQt10IS,1 Wed'.a.r, 18. at a.oo p. m
Court of the Seventh EYE GLASSES received sometime since. and am YE1IASSEE = Thursday 24. a' 4f1O a. m YENAASER Friday ]f.t 3:00 p. JU
Florida, on the fourth day'of September'in Titusville P. O., Brevard county, Fla. very much gratified at the wonderful change that CHEROKEE Sunday. 27, at 6:00..m CHEROKEE Monday. "... 21, at 3:00 p. m
a certain cause in chancery therein pending -, pas come over my eyesight since 1 have discardedmy SEMINOLE Tuesday 29. at''lZO a m SEMINOLE, Wed'.da, .. :l3. at 3:00 p m
I GO old glasses, and am now wearing yonra.ALKXINDKB DELAWARE ''- Thursday 31.' at 9:30'a m DELAWARE ,- Friday 25. at 3:00 p. m
of lirevard MARBLE
in the circuit court countyand JACKSONVILLE AOAB. IROQUOIS Sunday Noy. 3. at UOO J con IROQUOI1. Monday, ." 28, at 3:00 p. m
for the,circuit afCresaid1 wherein Isaac Secretary Stationers'Board of Trade. .YEUSSEE, Tuesday 01 5 at 2:00 p m YEMASSI \\"f4'lIdar ": 3Q at 3:00 p.'in
E.Brown is complainant and John D.Vann Dealers inBfonumenta All fitted at the Drag Store of
and Hannah Vann,his wife,are defendants, :5 DIXON & GRAY, TITUSVILLE, FLA. For,Information Regarding Freight and Passage, apply to '
I will,as Special Master in Chancery, sell 3. A. LESLIE, Snpt., Jacksonville; T. G.EGER!: Traffic Manager 35 Broadway,New York;
for cash bidder on Monday, Headstone, PIONEER COOPERAGESyrup J, A. STEAD Agent.Fernandlna. -
to the, highest JOHN L.HOWARD. T. F.A., JacksonTille. F. IRONMONGER..T P.A..JacluoxiTille.
the fourth day 9.f November A. D. 1889, I Iron Fencing Barrels $2.25. WM. P. CLYDE & CO. General Agents; 12 South Wharves, Philadelphia; 5. Bowling -
the same being the first Monday in the i Green New'York.JVunan's .
month and R legal sale day between the Lawn Furniture Gauged to order, ten cents extra.
legal hours of sale; in :front'of the Court:
Ii use door in the town of Titusville1! Bre- Marble, Wheelwrighting, and Repairing. atrawberr3T :Plant: :I.n. Sep'teD:1"ber: :

"' yard county, Florida, all,.the follQwmgde-; Granite, Slate,
scribed real estate, to-wit: All.that certainlot i C. O. B. Improved and Hoffman's Seedling, $4.00 per 1000. Order early.

or parcel of land known as lot number Onyx. 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 Building Stone, from 82.00 up. INDIAN RIVER BRAND, manufactured by an old firm, the Davidge Fertilizer Co.

twenty ($0)) south of range thirty-six Wire Fencing, Tanksand Send for Circular. Also Bone Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, etc., and Mapea and
{3d)east,according to the United States surTey aa. Slate Mantels, Davidge's Fertilizers. A full,line of Ornamental Fruit Trees. Send for catalogue.
together with all the appurtenances all kinds of COOPER WORK to order.'
thereunto belonging or in. anywise appertaining Iron Mantels. JOHN B. BEACH. Indian Hirer Nurseries, Melbourne, Fla.
,containing twenty-sevenand 31-100 Grate T. JOHNSON

acres,and being in Brevard county.Florida, e LaGrange, : : Florida.
P' excepting and reserving from the above that I Wharf Building1.
rtrip of one hundred and fifty (150)). feet.inwith EACOTT & CO. Steam Launch Eleanor
along the canal ,deeded to the For the next Sixty Days I will be prepared -
Florida Coast Line Canal and Transportation Drive for
: to Piling parties on
: Company and those two parcels o! land TITIJSVIIXE FLA., 37 Feet Long, 7 1-2 Beam, any
Indian River. After that, date the machinery -
t deeded to Samuel Fox and Charles M. Bird
by deeds dated November 19th, 1886; said : TIN&SHEET-IRONWORKERS. 2 Ft. Draught; Cost, new, $1 800; .will be removed,from the lighter

f: two parcels containing each 6,000.square and,there will be no opportunity for doing

feeL Terms aul. And all kinds of Tiling. Hearths, Wire Mats and CAN BE BOUGHT CHEAPBy this kind of work on the river.
Witness ray hand and seal this 26th day In fact anything made of Wire,Iron,or any kind of GUTTERING, HOOFING, ,.
.of September 1889.fjLS. Stone. addressing Parties desiring any work done in this
time, the Manufacturing of Tin Ware.
Send for Catalogue, at the same stating :
JAMES SANDERS, )line communicate with, me at Titus-
] style of goods yon are In need we hare differ- G. LOUTREL LUCAS
Special Master in.Chancery. ent Catalogue in the different branches of our GALVANIZED: WORK, ,., to terms, etc. '

24-5t BOBBINS&Solicitors GRAHAM for,- ,complainant bnsineaa..' 25 Laura Street, Jacksonville.Fla 25 "_," ".. And' Repairing. .'.. ."of all" kinds *.210*Water, St.,w,"..Baltimore, ,lid.j. .22, ;;",,,.",,h..1' > :. ,.B.....'.P.. PADDISON..- ;' ,
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6 TSE ,FMHtau sTAi-WEDNESDAY, OCT. 16, 1889.


';L (, I ,II s ENCOURAGEMENT FOR THE FARMER. Choked-.t--a Bear to Death. Man River S Steamboat t Co "FROST LIME" TOTHEPIQn

'wt A PARTIAL-- CRITIC.'-. -, i t. .. -wTb.alter -.........-- ,. .*., ... ti...story comes from

-O BOto, & rt. wtam *...,..... If." :, .w' ksidtlls'rouadtb4j+ w ', g,"A BOS named Brown -

flake TOO seem BOOOdaywheo the oIcSw8tDce the aoeu.lZ'ee&ADd clover to toe pastor to a tax day for tall living five miles from that place.discovered Schedules in effect MAY 12, 1889. Having Purchased the "Frost Line,*
th&Iprt c bvrt glad teams .. a bear feeding ca some berries.
bees, the
and feeling necessity
Bade Bariltfhlaes1 be bolder
> lad they been a'ewtaglo' ooPy atkXtMnard andonlhesty. Taking off his coat Brown stealthily STEAMER ST. LUCIE, op
'Tell me.and hare you grown moo wtoei her Good Reputation as a Swift
*' Gam past tad
Or any more discerning. .. crept within throwing distance when Leaves TITUUVILLE: .
4 Or are you more tncHned to prise TO tfaeystatteriD they flyThey their bonto' aort 1ItnK- a he covered bruin's head with the garment Arrives at Melbourne._.....12noon Great Courier, I ask of the people a Continuance .-

Tbe benefits of JeI.n1fDzt"ThIs Before the bear could free himself of their Good Favor.
P been abeapo rabx Ube sua I&,..u uxiay Returning:
Z to my tore-a btrtadaT ruj"* And the* doodsof them spell ball d+aml away from the covering Brown goi,close Will Make Contracts for
I gars when. sbe was twenty And the woods is aU the greener and the&-MH is enough to get bin 'ttngcr\ around its Leaves Melbourne._.12 noon

Her. Fd little fiUed bead with up books to tau to plenty time; greener stffl: throat He squeezed hand and 'th*. bear Arrives at Titusville................. 6 P m Delivery of Lumber and Large
but I do/it coiak u
'g Td offered Thackeray and Scott, U may rain again to-morry. slowly succumbed to the s!squeezing pressure Above daily except Sunday.
t Shakespeare and some of stBtco. and fell drad Chicago Tnbuna.DewlopoMint .

t To show her ma measure what f Some say this crops: to reined and tbs corn's STEAMER GEORGIANA, Cargoes
An education built off drownded out of the Street Hal a",.,.. ,
And the wheat will be a failure without Leaves Melbourne.. 5am
propnarsy The first
Pd offered Wordsworth" -not too macb- street railway was operatedin .
doubt; Arrives at Jupiter.. 8 pm Anywhere up or down Indian River.
Yewe.4 and bttes of SbeUej 1833 from New York to Harlem. It
kind Providence that ban never failed uswm
', to Browning whom 1 didat touch* Jd did not appear in Bor ton until 13.16 The Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Be sure you see me before closing coo-
I feared bent
+ a caws :
and be on bands onct more at tbe Vventb hors I first "horse car" lima wan iipenwi on the : tracts elsewhere.
Fd Tennyson some Returning:
I 1 Of Swinburne that.-oaI4I'O..ea' bet Baltimore and Ohio line prior to the Introduction

As spice with my select&cs from, Does tbe medder but complain. sst be swings of the steam engine, but was Leaves Jupiter...._. 5 a m Respectfully,
Longfellow. Holmes and LowelL high and dry. not designated as a street rail way Froma Arrives at ,Melbourne.................. 8 p m
the o/ the wind and the blue of and Saturdays. S. H. RAY
sod Through wares Tuesdays Thursdays ,
frattful Harp I ,
And now tbe comparatively rvrvnt beginning: a vast

4, And The wondered ripe resntt if sought ber words fob would lend Does the the Quan sky: set up and whistle m a dbappln ed enterprise ha spniu; up. Imbu thenare B& Connection i is made at Titusville 4 Owner.A. .

_ The wisdom that I thought for way 20,000 can in u.." (Ill the tif with trains of the J., T. & K. W. Sys-

Alas>-yec 1 confess U fell Er bang bis bead to silence and sorrow an tbe day cities in the United J Su:'v,. nip:' n.." tem to and from all points North, and at Hamilton & Co.
>1 Like MPaidM upon a debtor- U the chipmuck's health a failuref Does be walk servicev; 01 lhl.Oslu Ja"f,!"' t ;,'. ;... Jupiter with daily stage for Juno ((8 M. ,
does he
Said she, 1 liked them very well or rear PricK: miles where connection is made with
like )
** Dont the buzzards ooze around up there Just
I like what write better.P :
t t Xedemn you Harper.Magazine. they're anal done the steamer "Lake Worth" for all landings TITUSTILLE FLOEHJ1
z Is they anything the matter with tbe roosters A Great Act. on Lake Worth.W. .
( TWO DEADLY REPTILES: lungs or Toicef When a young lady has safely got A Wholesale Dealers in

s --- Ort a mortal be cotnpWnln'. wbeo dumb an1ma1Irejoice' dog, carefully inclosed in a basket, past R WATSON, Superintendent

The I enlt'i Bite Is Sore Death and the the "dogs-not-admitted" sign, the ticket G. D. ACKERLY, Gen. Pass. AgentD. Indian River Oysters
4 Cobra's Almost Sure. Then let as,one soda!!, be contented wttb our lot; seller, the chopper man and the guard, I
t The Is here this and the is ,
{ A friend of mine in Bengal,in the military June shining hoc morning sun and is seated at last in the car, she is the F. JACK General :Manager. \

service, who was a bachelor, one Ob. let us fill our hearts with the glory of the day happiest person in the world-for she has FISH
day invited a friend to dinner with him. And banish eVry doubt and care and sorrow far smuggled, that vice dearest to the femInine For Sale
-, j I ,
The cook house was,as most cook houses awaylWhatever heart. There is a look of triumph .

1 are in India, about fifty yards from the our station wtttr Providence for on her face, touched with a shade of fear Six of the Best Business Site Green Turtle and Game.

k house. The friend arrived and they Such flee circumstances ort to make us satisfied; lest she may be found out, after all, thatno

talked. Dinner time came, but no re- For the world Is run of roses, and the roses foil of other situation, the world can bring.It Lots in TitnsTille All orders tention will,receive whether prompt by telegraph.and careful si.

quest to come to dinner. Half an hoar dew." is seldom that she can resist the temptation letter or person. 1: I
And the dew fa fuD of heavenly love that drips fori
passed and my friend said "Well, I i j jwonddL i I, me and 700. to open the cover a little just be- Each 30ft on Washington Avenue and SALE.- iFOR \

r what's the matter with the : -James Whitcomb Riley fore she reaches her destination, and let 100ft. on Hutchinson's avenue.

_ beastly cook. He's quite late. They I i the dog insert his nose in the outer world A tract of land on Indian River in tie

talked en until an hoar had passed. Then Didn't nave a Ticket. for: a moment that the other passengersmay THEREARETHREECORXERApply LOTS county of Brevard, consisting of 88 t

my friend said: '"Well, we'll just go out I A funny incident happened recently see that she has triumphed. And acres; it being lot No. 3, and south half

and see." And what do you think they I|f on the Providence division of the Old when she walks out of the car it is with of the northeast quarter of section 35, t

11111 saw? Why, above the door, with his Colony railroad. A large, raw boiled a queenly sweep which would make the to BOBBINS & GRAHAM, Titus- and lot No. 3, being the southwest qw- t l

ij head swinging from tide to side through I 1 I good natured man entered the car as the manager of the road feel very small if he ville ; orDAVID ter of the northwest quarter of section I

: the transom and seesawing back, and I|I train held up at the Roxbury station. could see it-New York Tribune. S. HUTCHINSON, Trenton New 36, beth in township 31 south, range S3

forth was a gigantic cobra. The cooks !j I The."car was crowded and people were Jersey. 203moKNOX east. This is a very desirable piece of

ii inside were very much afraid and would *.f standing. The new comer stopped suddenly Consumption Surely Cured.To hammock r soil of rich quality suitable :

,{ not venture out. of course. The guests beside a seat which was occupied THE E rroB=Please inform your readers that for the raising of all tropical fruits. II

,,, raised a shotgun and killed the poisonous I 1 I by a young lady, who was buried in a diteatfa.I have a By positive its timely remedy use thousand for the above-named of hopeless W. K situated at the Narrows, near Eooi past l'

; cobra, though it was hard on the house. I j I novel', and beside her reposed a pet pug cues have been permanently cured. I shall be office. Will sell cheap for cash. For
dog. The other passengers had stoodi glad to send two bottles of my remedy mix: : to any particulars address
,. They thought themselves lucky, though. i I from Boston to this point without of your readers who have consumption if they will Honse & Painter E. !I. LOW.
as may be supposed. j j I protesting send me their express and post office address. Sign
Nobody ever recovers from a bite of but the latest arrival took In the Respectfully Sept. 3. Brockton.Mass.
it T. A. SLOCUJI M. c.. 191.! Pearl et. New York.
j i the kaireit, and it is rare that anybody I situation at a glance and said mildly' : ,34 NOTICE.
"I would like to sit down if you I II
I the bite of the cobra. I
ever gets over TITUSVILLE FLA. In Circuit Court of the 7th Judicial Gr I
(, never knew of but one case. A doctor in i I please. CARDS. Bared
cuit of the Slate of Florida
i '
the there had that he had half The young woman looked up dreamily
army one ,,
I Gcoms: SL ROBSISS, WALTIB R. OHAHAM. county, A. D. 1889--In Chancery.
from the book and with
tamed as a monstrous curiosity. ,He was replied dignity: President Brevard Secy. Brevard Ab- I
it friends I|t "The seat is engaged." Abstract Oo. "tract Co Harry Fisher, of
exhibiting one day to some Will Estimate or Contract for Paint- I
? Dill fote-
i when it.bit. him on the finger. He Was "By ,the dogr OBBINS & GRAHAM, Indian River. more, to
anywhere on
r R ing close mort I
an eapert and his remedies were right at I -Yes vs. BaltiJ
r J l "Has the ticket John V. Baird and gage. j
dog a
hand. He them and
instantly applied ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW
j I Can do all kinds of Graining, eitherin ham DuBois Baird r

got over it. but if he had had to walk up No"Oh answer., Fm 4 he hasn't ticket because P. O. Box 250, TTTUs-VILLE Brevard Ca Florid Oil or Water-Colo rs,representing Oak, It appearing from, day of(G ,a.
a -
stain even he would have been a dead sorry Will practice in all the ounties of the Seventh that I
man. Mind you, he was a doctor., 1: IH have to bounce him off ,the Circuit and in the Supreme Court. Special facilities Ash. Cherry, Walnut or Mahogany. M. Robbins. agent for complainant
I I train. for Examining and Perfecting Land Titles. Abraham DuBois Baird is over the te
One of my editorial associates on The Correspondence solicited from Claimant*and Heirs of 21 and that his residence is no-
Pioneer. who, belonged to the ,Natural I Arid without a moment's hesitation to Spanish Grants. Money to Loan. 12 Wood-Filling & Hard-Oil Finishing. known.years It is therefore ordered that tie

l iata'club In Allahabad, one day brought ., the dog was lifted by the nape of the said Abraham DuBois Baird do

in a kaireit in_a bottle and was exhibiting j neck to the window and dropped to the T} L. GAULDEN, PAPER HANGING demur to complainant plead I bill
t answer or
F it to the members. "It is dead** I I ground and the vacant seat was taken by the first Monday in November, A. D.

said he, and he thought it was, for it by the stranger.The ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, > lsomlr in g 1889. It is further ordered that this

was all broken to pieces. AH at, '
the head began to wriggle and bounce 'moment AND consecutive weeks in the FLORIDA ;

: around.: It could, bite,ithen just as good The train was only moving slowly as A.M.. THRASHER, ST.tR newspaper, published in Tit !

as it could before. You may guess there It left Roxbury, and the pug was not STEN"CILTORR: yule, in Brevard county, Florida prior I

was a scampftring.. ,That is a peculiarityof harmed, scampering off for dear life. His ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, to said first Monday in November, A. ;r

these snakes. When you think they I mistress as soon as she grasped the situa- P. O. Box 20, SANFORD< FLA. ANTIQUE AND MOSAIC D. 1889. J
dead tion, screamed to the approaching con Will practice in all the counties of the Seventh Witnesa the Hon. John D. Broome I
i' are they arc DOt. That is another Circuit and Supreme Court. 3 I
reason why they are so much dreaded. ductor to stop the engine so that she might G-1ass S"ta1-n1-ng Judge of said court, as well as A.A : I

_ I The cobra of which I have spoken is, recover her pet.' conductor was soon A LLEN E. H YSER, Stewart, Clerk thereof and the seal of I

as you may have 'read famous 'for.its informed to the cause of the sensation For Decorating Churches, Dwellings said court, at the Court House in Titus

ability to charm whatever" ft comes in and' quietly told the young woman Attorney-at-Law and Conyeyancer. and all Public Buildings. ville, this 5th day of October, A. D-

contact with but I never dreamed of, that she might get off at the next station 1889.

the power of the,cobra until I' want to U she wished "to and hunt for the dog. Lake Worth Dade County, ,Florida. Special attention to all inside Finish- A. A. Snw ART,

India. It rdies itself about one-third She did so,to the delight' of the crowded Will furnish Abstracts of Title to Dade ing. Clerk Circuit Court.

of its length ,from the Sroma.'and,'distending car.-Boston Cor. New York Tribune. County lands. Very Respectfully, BOBBINS & GRAHAM,

its great hood, waves itself back 25-41 Complainant s Solicitors.
Good to Trmrel On. & ATKINSON 15 W. R. KNOX.
i and forth. Its hood ,
when looks JONES
open as There are three trades or avocationsthat Circuit Court,Dade County,Florid-
U the snake was cut,, lengthwise in the afford those engaged In them oppor. Intelligent Readers will notice thatlull's A. D. 1889. In Chancery.
breast little like Attorne.s-at-Law
a an coat. Aside ,
open tunity to travel and see the world, and NELLIE L. WARD, complainant.vs. .
view of it gives a mottled appearance of these the printers the coopers and the Titusville Florida. .
the shape of an inverted pair of spectacles. JESSE WARD defendant.
barbers. In either case a man master
It waves itself backward and forward SANDERS Pills
thereof, can visit any portion of this J.T. Upon the bill In said suit being fifcd.
s breathing. and blowing in a mysterious country and always be certain of work. and due proof made as appears by the
way and the sight Is so awful The typo can walk into English ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, affidavit of complainant to the time.
ci you cant take your eyes off it Its little any Will practice in all the Courts ol the Seventh Judicial are not "warranted to cure** all Classes showing that the said defendant residesout
office in the
printing country or the Circuit of Florida of disease, but only such as result
I eyes gleam like two balls of ordered
fire, and from a disordered liver, of said State. It Is hereby
world for that Tlat
matter,and his
earn sup P. 0. Box.235. TirCSVILLE, FLA.
when it strikes there is nothing but a 11 that a hearing be had on the facts chirred : -
blur, it goes per. He can shift from Maine to California Vertigo, Headache, Dyspepsia, In said bill on the tInt Monday iaDecember.
from Manitoba to Florida and, OFFICE OF Fevers 1889 and that said Jesse
f-j The cobra in India is the serpent of ro TJENTAL Costiveness Bilious ,
wherever he find work. He needs ,
goes or'appear before said Court oa
mance. Despite the fact that it Is deadly Colic Flatulence
: the natives hesitate to kill it There no letters of credit, none of recommen- DR. L. T. DANIEL, etc. before said first Monday in December:
dation, for he has the.available knowledge For these they are not warranted<<. A. D. 1SS9, and plead or answer to slid
P are few places where this snake will naturally The same is true of the COCOA, FLORIDA fallible,but are as nearly as it is possible bill, and defend against the same and the
live that haven'tgot cobras, the cooper. wm be at the Grand View Hotel. TltnsTille, on to make a remedy. Price,Zocts.
'= natives Where barrels are to be put together the First Monday in each Month, for one we k.or SOLD EVEBYWHEBE.Notice facts charged therein and to d. fanhet.and .
: are eo ratitlon'about them. there he can find employment And more. Patronage solicited,and all.guaranteed receive what said Court shall consider
They vary in length from four to eight .what with beer barrels flour to be satisfactory: 11 In said cause.
feet. The king cobra called barrels to Road Contractors.The Done DeLand.thIf
so is nothIng at Chambers.. at
s; but a big cobra. The famous snake whisky barrels and sugar barrels there M. D. L. DODSOX, Board of Superintendents of 7th day of August,-A.-D.--1883.:

charmers of India of whom I have seen are always barrels to make. Likewise Roads and Bridges for Brevard county, Joint D. BROOXC. a

r many, exercise a curious art with them. tbe barber Let him walk into a shop DENTIST, Florida, will receive sealed bids until Judge of the Circuit Court of Florid;. i

They are able to put them to sleep with in Portland. Ore., or Portland Me. into TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. November 2,1889, for the making repairing In and for tbe 7th Judicial Circuit. 1
r' the weird musio of their bagpipes. The one at New Orleans or Duluth it matters ; and keeping in good repair all HENRT T. PRIEST Clerk, 1
not. a good barber Office, until further notice, at Indian Juno Fla. 13-3a.
cobra, when about to spring; looks like can as easily public roads and bridges, and building ,
the devil incarnate. shave the attenuated cheek of the Yan River City Hotel. two lighters, according; to specifications a..oadri ..-....

A strange thing in India is that kee as the dark visage of the Creole,and Quality of work unsurpassed. 8 to be found with each of the vaIlE '-/ w II......urr. ....
every- ....
_ thing in the ,of need never want employment. superintendents of the several road n.wh.uwM r..t_ ._...Sto ....,
way a serpent,aaoorpion.tarantula ...... I_ -
The clerk the cashier T F. LEWIS districts in the ...
the salesman, county-the buperintendents Ds far L c.AJIeII a a..... ,
or wild animal is the color of .. ....... i
. \
the the being L. A. e3 ..
bookkeeper writer Coleman
the background. It matches all count haft LaGrange; ct Ixa..t) W. .........
the soil
where it is found. You longer time to madifest their capabilities Civil Engineer and Sroor district No. 1; Frank Boye, Tit usv111e, 1fDIIMa u-. gyLa.rR ,.. a
; see a royal Bengal must have a measure of acquaintance district No. 2; A. Z,.Dixon, City Point, .,w.1 M's ...w
tiger in America or England and you TitnsTille Fla. district No. 3 John .yuas..MIl 1 tir..rr
must have that which we know ; Houston Eau Gal. I .
i can tell it right off, but yon see it there confidepoe, but these three the printer as lie, district No.4; Thomas J.. DeSteu- Je7....-. ........-.s....-.W....&. !-.: ,
and someway its stripes do not standoutand T> B. BURCHFIELD, ben Fort Piercer district No. -.... .. ..... 1
the barber Said
and the cooper,need_no character ..... I :
it springs upon you unawares. from.their last bids shall be for one yeirtor each'of the ....... .. .i. I\
The snakes India are la Cental and Journal. employerToledo COUNTY SURVEYOR.Orders several road districts, each district sepa- .r .a......,.........-. :

down south in Uaoras. These are the by mail will receive rately,and no contractor shall work more -:.:-,.:-: -= \
home of the snakes. Northwest Icdiais 'J' Lin*' ta'Arkansas.LTTTUB as,rompt than olio district The Board claims "'wM 1at..lwad efas {n. +rr

not very snake/ In some, places ,there Rocx, Art,, Sept. SO.-A attention as'calls in person. the privilege of rejecting any or all bids, Shall, we'lSis"'of ... aD...... -,...I.., :,+ '

are so many snakes, that it _is simply a strong move is on foot Arkansas juStnow'looking ,Address: Georgiana, Fla. and all and every bid offered must be ...............'".-f s..4 II ww,..nest.. as JIeII&r TH..,..sf.a. ..n.*"" rrw. i
hell earth. t'ward !he'passage' of a g,.. ... *paw p..t. ...... '..."
on There are zuanj other accompanied with 9 cood and sufficient sold tI'tD be Ie pIda .r. .r. ..
state for requiring railroads to provideseparate LA RUE P. ELY, u..a.wa .Saud...-.... e..... ....
snakes than the kinds I have of, bond for twice thy amount of the bid, 4.11PIMtt.. AJ"pIe Nra.RI H... -
coaches for colored passengers, a aa.,.5.s.. .. 5.y a-.... -v.MM...
and many of ,them are poisonous but both' the to be approved by the Board of Super- h L .......N..e.. tw ..
these are the worst. There' by people and press of the Notary Public for the State at Large. intendents before the contract.Will .aatarp,, -5.J6Men..a... ......... ................ -::'--
are Also centipedes state and is said to be even claimed be &:u.na__ ... ..." ......... ---::
let. ................. ... .,
of .1twIt
fire inches long, and poisonous that the better class of blacks indorse the Peace, 17th Dist. ....... ..... _.
lizards that drop their tails ,off sad go this plan. The movement is constantly 'CONTRACTOR &. BUILDER All bids to be addressed to L. A. Coleman eu.Mfon.. ........taU .,....,. __-,.,..., -.-.

right on, thinking thus to delude you, gaining force, and"be' indications .are LaGrange Florida. -. ', ".$ +piL.a..i..t.SS&_.y.a5...,.. t....wr..

when you have seen them firsfand got strong that a bill will be-introduced at of finish over 30 years; experience., Natural JoaN HOUSTON Chairman." caa M"-e de..u..wile.,...My.....Ma.. ..ran wa a.los.............d.1/al..-!.:.
tl a specialty.Melbourne. L. A. ... ..' ... .. ... as..s
legislature -
the Clerk. a ao.u 1\ IlL
drawing color
the :
drop on them.-San Francisco Ex- :: r ...,..t...It _
i am1 er. _. Arkansas with an UQpToand. t, Florida. 6 Titusville, Fla., Oct. 7, 1889. .25 ...- .....aa_ S,Co a w. .ueau. ..4r ,



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I invite the Trade to consider my -..-'. .. = jl'' .P TMIDSffi:HODf;OE'FLOpl. w .

large and Very Complete Stock when .HEREWEAREAGMN!

desiring to Purchase CURE t A. JCA1VPBEZiL: .

.. a t

GROCERIES .. '' -,, f*f1i i J. .Wi' ROGERS &
F. 'I"'T.! .S I ;KnaPiano i ,. ?. Weber Pianos,..HainesBros.1 ; : : J

,Pianos, 'Morris Pianos, Wilcox.kWhite

'1 i I''Jn\: ''lf'Tl 1! 111w2T '{ ci L IT Organs and Chicago'CottageOrgans. Before an intelligent, appreciative and
3 J .tl\fb' L .
When I say CUBE I do not mean merely to discriminating public, ourselvesand
G v" Stop them tur a time and then have I will Sell and Deliver at y our nearest
: sY WJ turn again. I MEAN RADICAL CUBE.' make bow
our that
station GradeIANOS announcing "we
.If f.i disease of High .
f.t : : I hare made the
I. ; f I ', f. a l' t. ; ;
... .1 ) :FITS, EPILEPSY or ; are candidates for their favors, good

Shoes .ii 1T I FALLING SICKNESS, P.I: wishes andcash.As .
t"(r ,y\;,'. s' ,I t I IJ A life-long study. I WARRAifr lDyre'medyi' -
,1 u.. .. 'J'{ I CURB the wont cases. Because others have blood is thicker than water so is
failed is no reason for not no w receiving core.
Send at once for treatise and hEll BOTTUB cash better than'credit. We propose to
of my ID'ALLIBLB'RZEDY.: Give Express OB
Hats and Post Office. It costs yon nothing lor a .Lout of the old ruts and Sell our
trial, and it will cure you. Address
H.Q.ROOT,M.C.,183PEu.rNEwYo zPIANOS Goods at Rock Bottom Prices for hard


handle a first-class line of

LESS MONET than other house the
., '.' .', any in .
". '-"" l United State: 1 Will ship a Piano or Organ to I

TRUNKS VALISES .'< ......t' ..... ,r I"I satisfactory any honest,man I will or pay woman freight on both trial ways and if not$25 i' Clothing"Both
cash and $10 a month on a Piano, and$10 cash and
,. ,". $5 a month on an Organ till paid for-not much ;
..- .. .:-" .i..: it. more than ordinary rent. On these very liberal '
terms anyone can own a instrument.: Send for Ready-made and'to Order.,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS .+. ,. \ '. ." I I'. .. FREE CATALOGUE containing full information.
; ,. Sheet Music Strings Violins Banjos, Guitars Accordeons -!
c and in fact, every Musical Instrument
that is made and at very low prices. Send for com- OurGents1
GENTS' STRAW HATS NEAT AND PROMPT.FOR plete Catalogue. I hare 20.000, pieces cf Choice
Music at 10 ceutejper copy.

AT YOUR OWN PRICE.I A. B. Campbell,. Jacksonville, Fla. 5SCOTT'S Furnishing Department

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

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

ORGANSL&BIS.MIHI most fastidious. Trunks, Values and

S Hand Satchels, too low to quote.

EMULSION For fine Cigars and Tobaccos we can

: not be excelled in the county.,,

We earnestly ask an inspection of our

DRESS ...:SUCH AS- CLEARANCE SALE ,H'X"POPHOSPBITESAlmost Goods before buying elsewhere.

... ; ..... & > .' .*. .. ta June I to I. 1839. as Palatable as Milk.
; jug. So disguised that it can be tafctn, J. W. RogerS & Co.
I digested, aDd assimilated by the most
GOODS sensitive stomach when the plain oil
$25,000 cannot be tolerated; and by the com
bination of tin* oil with the hypopho*
phltes D much more efficacious.
Worth of Pianos and
LETTER-HEADS, Organs BtmikiWe as a flesh producer
front best makers to be closed
, out regardless of cost or Taloe. PtrwfiS gala rapidly while tailag It.SCO'1'rS S. H. RAY
Stock ,
too large. Masteonrert
MILLINERY 1VOTE-IIEADS, into cash or installment assets. EMULSION is acknowledged
Physicians to be the Finest and Best preparation ,
Seme,entirely NEW INSTRUMENTS in the world for the relief and cure o|.
BILL-DEADS not used a day. ,
Some Nearly New used few

Some,used a year or so.-Some* DISEASES, EMACIATION, -
liDIES'HAIS used two to three years COLDS and CHRONIC COUCHS.

ij, STATEMENTSr\ : Some,flne Second Hands-talcen TAt great remedy for Cbnmanptian, and Gen'l
in exchange, and made new in Wasting in Children. Sold by atf Druggists. MerchandiseSTORE.
{ r" f- our repair Factory,fie-pollahed
Ladies Underwear i .. "CIR'CI1LARS lie-etranff. Restored hi Tone
and Action and made coed foryears If any dealer says he has the W.. :
Shoes without name and price L.Drl1
t. : ; of ernee.BARGAINS. the bottom, put him down as a
Prints, 5cU., FOLDERS, lFr.k .
LAWDS. lcta., EASY ERMS atz: *
*'Ginghams, 7cts., *""*' -r* '. .- Tear OWN TERMS almost. ,

Standard Cotton Checks,7cts. ,Il INVITATIONS, or Very Small lUrht Cash Monthly Payment: Faymeats red balance "y "" ,. "I propose, to .keep, : ** ,*

T when yea get ready. .
Pins"6ct .

Needles, octs., I., .. ., PROGRAMMES, CASH BUYS .CHEAP A First-Class Stock

Jeans SOets. '.. .
; Give you all the. time wanted ,
vv bat SPOT CASH win save yea
: .
Cotton 2cts.
Spool STREAMERS, money. TRY US ON. We will ) 4F4t'GROCERIES
I 'Brown Cottons,Sets., meet yon every time.PIANOS' .
Ladies' Lace Mitts. 15cts. and 20cts. DODGERS, '

Ladies' Kid Gloves 7 ct8. to $1.00; re- .

ducecf from: $1.00' and.:$1.25. Ladies' $50 $15 $100 Siso.ORGANS
Spring and Summer Hats Very Low to :* : ,
Close Ou'b.... .* ..... t1 : S .:;

( .:j"'WEDDING"_ .CARDS, $24 $35, $50, $75. W. L. DOUGLAS .-
1'am prepared with eeireral Carloads ofFERTILIZERS / OR GOODS

; ... _.',
In the world. Examine his
:. .........
... "" t SUMMER, '1889. 3.50 EXTRA VALUE CALF SHOE.
'itCi \ 92.25 WORKINGMAN'S SHOE.
., 99.OO and $1.75 BOYS' SCHOOL SHOES
All nude: la Congress Button and Lace. : '
'Hens' & Childrens'Sa'OES.
To supply the wanU in this line." SEND YOUR ORDERS IUDDEN&BATES S.M.H. Ladies'

,, {. SAVANNAH, ,GAi.u. W. L.. DOUGLAS
Kainit .' .. .
,. c' '" S3 SHOE LACTes.
: : : :
Potash \ :
? TBEt.t. -
Beet MateriaL Beet Style. Belt Fltt1D<<. .
'Ground Bone, .. :i : ," ,",, U not sold br your dealer, write .
A.Ji.E1eJPent.TI .. i. .. Examine W. L. Douglas' $2 Shoes for ALSOCROCKERY
q', ; F a .
I fQw
.IActd 'PhaCotton : : : : R .... Gentlemen.
'. '- :
Seed Meal, 'i l tt FOR SALE BY GLASSWARE
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Cotton Seed Hill Ashes, -.I *- ; ; .
[. nap and potash JPBJNTING" OFFICE, ,
+. ,
Bradley's Orange Tree fOi.- ,J "" % ,,'; Sheriffs Sale. Melbourne, Fla. .
And Vegetable fertilizers.Vill ..1 .., 1 .. i \.i.. AND
: ;; : : ;1: Under and by virtue of an execution -: :-

\ Jacksonville with ,.. .... ".I' 1"J Di' issued out of the Circuit Court for the
meet quotations q For Sale
.. by
,.., : { ..
I.j; 1..s! w t ychO' ( Seventh Judicial Circuit of Florida for
freight added In same quantity lots HENDRICKSON Goods
U. D. Ship Chandlery
It't : .. .. Brevard county, upon a judgment lately ;
t recovered in said court by ,Annie K. Lake Worth, Fla.

: .f T,..',. .' .. ,... Hogg, a free dealer, against D. P. Smith
Prices tin 'nearly all ", ""'f' >."551tt1ass as administrator< of the estate of Frank These will be. the main features of my
Reduced ,'" i'e 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 ID Titus
Lines in Stock. .,, '
I have levied upon and villewll1ool'romptJyfiUed.
.' will sell at public outcry in front of the
ilfi j'S I
f '
Court-house door at Titusville in said

.... .. county, on the first Monday in October If you want to purchase a fill Fruits Gbicbas
1 have too many Goods'to enumerate A. D. 18S9, between the hours of 11 a. m. buy Eggs, ,
write to the
Piano or Organ, un-
reduced. Tmftl. 1). t' and 3 p. m., the following-described real
prices on all that are "\nn t { J' : ; : ; .
.. J.i., ., .Jt. t ,W'; '; -:'''. estate, belonging to the estate of Frank dersigrned: or give him a call., Or any Country :produce my customers_
Smith deceased in the hands of his ad- friend .
JCOH13 AND SEE. or > may bring Ito
of the instruments
.., to-wit Can sell you any -
t ministrator : market.I .
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undersQld.I. ; '" If I'I' I S Lot one, secticn three township thirty, ) : of the, best and leading -
I Till not be, -.h,, 'ft ...f". h: ...'. south,range thirty-eight east, containing
.t i makers at prices \that defy ask for a share of the public patron-
"... .L1L., .S')S ; "rr forty-five and one-half acres. Also lot
'" four section age, and come as a supplicant, not a.
thirtyfourtownship twen-
Mi Frefre4! 1flB CHEAP 1 r'JI;' ;: ;....f: ..... ,' 't." ty-nine south, range thirty-eight east, die tator, asking for your.favors.
ter Goods f \.fc..6 II Jt. .:{ ',. A.', If courteous treatment,
and wJ containing sixty-four and one-half acres.
Pianos aM (dips soli on lie Mall- and low
goods figures is
Also the northeast : the northwest
to Supply" You. ':t', :;jh\i"j: ';''.-> t ;" : ,' r': quarterof the candidate for

f ..t. J.A -;" .1- .' ,:; f IF' thirty quarter south range of section thirty-eight three, township east, containing :lent plan when JesM. Bcoet public favor, .

,,, ,. then I'm
I .
: r" fonyeighacres.. Also lot four,
',' \I :: < .r, to Churches on (JrgaD$. elected.Age .
: : : :! 4 section ten township thirty-five.south,

Very tespect nUy, t range forty east, containing sixtyfourand t for,Clt&ttaHQOga Plow.Ce.,
All correspondence will receive prompt
: r;:,: sixty hundredths acres. aNd
; /' attention. Culled-Plows SugarCane
GEO. B n: '' '
:j Sheriff Brevard Co. '
t" ', '
> .B. O. WAGER,
TITOSYItlE, ?LA. t'. Attorneys for plaintiff. 24 [Titusville, :Florid.5P -i RaV., .

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,tAT t tof ,' =;:J( "' rfhi!rand Eta r,'or Oeoana S f-.L. r..., ... ;J ,'1.:> ",.". .... ,...: I .

lw I wti' :i 8'111iida_ 1::afterletnaberNo ...... .',.".. ., .. --i:
lemo if j lI dedtl&. 'f. '
: W t: ) i dgdlUr. :
sad ::,, : } .'.
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HardeeviHe,were Hcnty Dreyer-.fid. (Mrs Mae- /":::.: .. ", pqJqrrina ,
-: : :
: keaste returned from Banana Hirer bo, n
-Jl 4'Watson 3
the wail-beat Ifcmday afterndedOlhreif&'Badge. .' .. ,
s .
berry pfckts. FJI" :- -. '< J.It< a .. -'\ .

,f -The steamer. : ba--einade 90ther ]big the drop lumbermen Jc pricey,, '.I
This will will be filled ncit
a while until *there' I : Send in'1oni.mates..; space JIi
to .
daMr. .2 If you: hate.occasion to get a new
Collls O set of teeth try Dr.. Dodson'a, patent '
New York.Mtttual with a list of Bargains fronr'TlieGash P J1e
late. It ia the elegant.plate... imaginable .:
town,staying at / *- .t **

-Mr. Frank, ,; | : r, : for Banana c
who.b s been in ; creek yesterdaymorning to. e'ttlmite.thec Bazaar t:
turned home OB p prospects ,of the scrub palmetto ,
-" -Bev. C. C. berry;in that section. He desires to secure

,LsGraBge, Sunda ; quantity' of these,berries for,medicinal : '. ,_.',.,,, ,,.:,., ": A. aH

o'clock: aad at Jli purposes.Mr. .__, _Y'i
7 o'clot ...M.,EUGruberhas: purchased::the -,' :!' .. ;. (
Work on the : { : transfer wagon-of Meters: Gayer&-Budge .

.., and delirer ,freight and bag- **. ::.. .r .
commenced; the proposes : .... / .,* <-
to and from the railroad at "..*..,. : _* :: o'
depot -V
laid, and the c gage *. .-.: w -
may be looked for j reasonable rates. He desires the patronage -
.- I of Titusville generally.
-M.... A::B. :
of'Etai'G2Uie,*' -Judge P. W. White, of Tallahassee, GEORGE M. BOBBINS, ALTER 8. GRAHAM, : J. H. fli'
mer visit to : was in town last Friday on his way to Atty.-at-Law. Atty..a -Law."' .BotaJy'P lii.

f4 last, Friday ] Miami to confer with his son, who lives :Robbis: JI=I. G-raha"'"'" ciJ :: 111D.-,
bale and hearty. at Miami, about some ,important busi .
ness. Judge White met quite a numberof REALESTATE.EAL. S, .,
-'Mr. Harry his old friends at this place while here ALL KINDS OF PROPERTY BOCtJHT, ,OO A' EZCRAxC Z$.
been stopping at
the past week, -There, will be, a.special ,meeting of '> :Members,. : of ,Brevard Abstract of Title Co.,
bird cast ia our : : the Board of County:. -Commissioners: tomorrow p._ o. BOX, ae,
ed home Monday. for
-t-J:' A. Durst, election ob the question of high license TITUSVILLE, BREVARD CO,, FLORIDA.
well- inker ; or prohibition The full attendanceof .1.1" v

pioneer ida,is now ope : ( the members. of the,.' board' is'expected.We -4 We Buy and Sell all kinds of Real Estate and are sole Agents for a large 11Stofcarefullyselected
where _all commu : : learn that Mir Hutchinson has Properties in all parts of Brevard County.BEIJABLE .
dressed and iDfo forwarded' about' ,forty sets' of bed-room Information *famished". .as. to character, location and: value of any Property '
: furniture to be placed in'the Indian River on Indian'fer. *
-Mr. and Mrs. : : Hotel arrives. On .Our facilities for the transaction of a general Real Estate business are unequaQe,
_as soon as it account -
settled.down to"k : of.a lack of .furnished rooms this .and every effort 'will be 'made to give.perfect satisfaction to intending Purchasers alto
-- : *
one of the Wiley boarders'have been turned may"faVor us with their patronage. *
summer many" ,
rooms Captain furnished ;,f away from, .. : aTbe' Special No Properties attention listed given unless to the Colonies Title is and Perfect.Syndicates desiring large bodies. of tft* *,

preparations made : pit drire which towed lands. Write fot ....
>; .was priced Descriptive Pamphlet. ,
Captain K P. !down to, urtneyJMtweek: to drive the I II I ,
the Raleigh (N.C.) : : piling of 'the new'wharf-at, that, place, I. GEORGE M. ROBBINS,, President. WALTER 8. GRAHAM.- 6ecretsry.8re .
returned ,here Sunday afternoon. about
L Monday morning : "v ird'tracrt of OTltlo 00.
one o'clock'towed the Katie
Brevard by ropeller
r sent
large lot of pri & Sadie. Captain Paddison" who had Incorporated A; JD.1889.

five days'the fair 1 charge urday evening of the work:' ., returned* ., 'Sat CAPITAL, STOCK, $5OOO5 FELLY,PAID..; KOV-A85 SABLK. r
week"*> '"i: Charges for Abstracts as follows: $3.00 for Opening Number and 50c. for each s4<,-
-Mrs. W*8. : -Mr. Muage( and bride,nee ilra..Lucy dditional Transfer. For continuing an Abstract the charges are the same, via,IBM
nie, returned l t" Bestall, arrived here .Monday,evening to for the first additional and 50c. for each succeeding transfer. j. .*

their summer : : spend two or three days in town previousto Taxes Paid for tfoa-RecIdentf .
} l Their ocean trip visiting Melbourne.and Jupiter. Mrs. .
: fudge's' ,friends in Titusville'are Jfiir For a Small Fee we will relieve 1.0nen'Jd'o1fD of the worry 4annoyance
Jacksonville, on, many
'' r was a very : glad to'see' her'once more, and she,and :, "incident. to the Payment of Taxes*" ,' and Insure them'agatnst loss by last i
Sale; 11
was anxiously her husband have their; best wishes for ;

-As the EpiIco ; future ha piney and,\pros rjt11ajor .. Box" 28O, Titusville, .Fla.. .. '. i"

., eet. for O. B. Magrudef :and'wife and '
seoa ** : 't!
notify ttose.wbo,' : ; i Mr. H.'S.,William, 'of Bockledge, arrived E. ,L;.. BB.ADYDEALER ,
books tfcat'the re i here .Monaai,evening:and left the
who have them in : following morning on a the Pied- IN JENERAI( ; MERGHAOTISE) ;
be duly a preeia I : mont Exposition,at' Atlanta,"and,a few
the choir, foi..1th \ : days' trip among the'mountains! of Western TITIJSYILLE, FLORIDA,.

Presented by the I North aroHna,.. ,expecting* to'be'.absent Caffs the.&attention the people of Indian Biver to the Large and Complete Saws
about twtfjreeks? if-* *,
-Rev. Sidney .g4.g4A ; ,,, \.n/llll& i.. jo of
tage on Main street -Tha'-card-are! 'tout'announcing' themarriige FBNCJY cb STA.PT.Ga.O 91I
of Mtsa Fannie de '
ham, mail agent iiJthter
Lucie; of Mr. neJY'I'I.; ; John, Goo Je,.ol Mel. GARDEN, ,sEEns AND SEED POTATOES
burwlll 1 shortly ,bourne, to Mr. Lawrence C. Moore, of Made a Specialty.
': dence in 'South' Chicago, at: ,& Paula' 'Cbtirch, HydeParkiBl."ontheJ23rd Cotton Seed Meal always! in stock; and being Agent for the Mapec and aliK 4
the new : :instant'; puring ,brands Fertilizers;{tan deliver same direct from the Manufacturers A e.ey. ;.
poe estOD. M|:!: the few; seasons on Indian,River 'Miss at their price. We also call the attention of the public to our NEWPAT3SENT ,SIlO&."
lived in 'the '''fM Fannie" made a host friend: and: ad- well stocked in Men's, Women's mad ChiUipea'a idea Out
mirers, and we;expect_ 'there'are'several stock of GIithN, HAY & FEED, of all kinds, is the largest in this tectioiu

atreet.Xr.. i.1BJJ of the,sterner;sex who will regret,her advent Your orders are solicited, and any correspondence or quotation, will bely },
; tp-a5 ffiarriedTlife; but'her many attended:to. 7igQ14

turoedFrSlay: :'er fries wiir be' rfad,:to see'her and her .eHardwand._ A ._ .-
seve'ral Pekieyianbt'itii'a months : husband; ;"Visit? ,Indian* "River/ the .coming O. r1oQ.rC)
tog hear his A it
cool weather,' fof f Tbe-stewner/jBeorgtana!'started for
in that'licfou*: i Melbourne at one.:o'clock: Sunda -afternoon l.o. '
dicta w4 : to,take the run on the lower7 route. .
'northern pif* lt+ The steamer St.'LiciEi resumed her regular
..tha"':nark '" ; ,trips..Monday morning .Captain GeneraiProduoDdelboaree'
-Driag the'ran Bravo Jttavin painted' the interior of '.: -.. .. .
saloonjTpoHions ofstate rOom deck rail
,. in of : -- : "
gian place "
the time durieg the'few dashe was laid off 'J :, 1 lE" A
t predicted be between nine : tbe routOj sad al (attended to numerous } n ,pi
: ; otherlittle; a jobs'to: e p the boat in goodrunning = .
prognoafcioators 1IU
order.,-.The St. Lucie k the
'r ably disappointed, : ; favorite| ibost ol-:4heline,, and Captain I -
managed to bring
'- aborts gkt'o'clock : Watson wilTaotkeep than her from runningany !HAVING BOUG1lT--DrZ'.. njUS'
i actually necessary at i
toe graUfiortloa..
rimersMr. I : any time. Captain Bravo and his staff
many ,. worked like Trojans to her
I get ready by We will Keep on Baaltl rwZ A!
W. P. H : Monday morning. n
family to a place *
&. K' R FRESH "
.. where he' \DIm...;. .wu.e:" Baseball at Cocoa. ,

to furni. Hatc The game played at Cocoa, last Thurs- ETC; ATJSa '%

1.laaber., Mr. D. ,1 day afternoon, between the Titusville
entire ciarjre'of club 'and the Palmettoes resulted*in-a Bottlers if Siliiidr i :....
HatcHett &, score of 21: in faror ;of Titusville. POWDERAbsolutely ,-
'us to state that. Such ..number of.runs shows poor play, ulW'
this firm, as h tQff ; ; lug on both sides,,and. all f.them. were, A k, Irttt
no doubt,:;tired. of running bases"when Pure.
!-: party of b tho ninth inning was finished.. 'Theposiion ALL ORDERS' KBCHVX. ?5IOiflTTITUSVILLE
trip to Hanlovee ; of players.. .:runs and oats"were. as Thil1'QrierWft'r''fUiea. aunt of p4ri. -

Sunday OB the I ,follows" ,: .... ., .{ than strength the and ordinary wbolMomenwa.Had, and,cannot Mor ecoaomkal be aold laeompetttioa ATTEATLOV--
partymorning Wt ,about PJLLMETTOES,,,; r. with the moltttoda of,law teat abort A:,..I aI,
wad Hans., Outs weight, atom or phosphate powders. Sold only ia a' t
evening. A lew,9-r\ :Johnson, &,..,......_......?...4... $ ,3 New sari York.Bora1, Baking Powder Co.. tOG WaD street f. it p .
the HaalOTer and I1lrall, p.,_....._.. .............., 2.5, .f_" \ '. .
tribe with rod and 'Fisher;Ib.r-........;............,.... 2....* \2 ::: ;, ALA..I .
took awwi bath LaRousaJean..2h.;.:................ 2;'J7'..2 A. L. Hatch & Son, M
,all n p iei7'; : Paln 'L ti-!.......:.. ...M..i*.:f,j3.'f j,',3 ..... .
Fox,........_.... ,M.t.MM, .....'" 4: *, i,. DEUJEB8IK:
-Mr.'R,,B. McOo lonaloVv: ..........:_.-.:..,........:*; It ,* J, : ,
lOB,'WilliearriPed' Fields, .....h..d.. ..........,t>:, ..2' ,t:2 r .' DRY GOODS NOTIONS 'N' ,1f. le.a'irF Gier'
evening. ea;"r", : : Grimes,!......-..:........;...u..M 2. :: ,\:" ,
spend,the :wieW : Ei f '.i
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MeCemtak, k i" '' ',* : illDIA1R1YflBUL
"* L-LLiJl J ,.21 ,24 Hardware
.. Crockery, Saddlery, :
ed M the trouble ex j :' ,TITU8YIM. I '
ia eVilUs 'J&r,;;a.j E'f". :.-i" i f' Bans.; i .;Outs.t '" ,' : Stationery, Family! Medi- ,, h r {* f r:' \\t, J.

very eleu MaI If tbe. kroner c.-.4.......:.M..4,.;.,5 ? .,3s ekes Garden Seeds, 'TitetcvlBe, F.......
a saceess ea:Lake : PJ.11t.2 -. 'l..4 ,,4j..?.,,.. ..t4.' ; ,4** j i.fI -rl-
Mad aac1....... .Tam .1 b. .. .. : ;n ? CHOICE GROCERIES: l li. Jil 11,
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Chriatia ;)l f.i..u.........,._:, 4 to :ort/ \ -t 1. .. ...&. t-_ 1Zxebaqe \
.--Abofct eleven:OAR ; g ,, c..iit... ...i. ji.....i..a:: : 3tT : & .Cera, lapse Fcrffibers.
.i aB, a black oowJn; ; : cailile;;a.,;ayMi*.... .!..f.,3 t" i,2'; CITY POINT, FLORIA.Disielastlea. promlK a.atto bought, t111Y b t.
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.oboioe moisekfio iD : r teddin ,'3_ .D.; i.., .. ... ; 1iI& n.ConMRau.......=t..11"eH&Uowed'oa
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aid ttM'.+thskbc. .. .r' .',: t, ;.,t ,. 't.=I; Notice is hereby gives that the firm ol "A madeEiBftUaW.- 17
tJte dMcI"' #q-d -1i "w'. .." .(}t...ft. 30.;., 26 Porter& Potter k.this ,day dissolved by _
'UM coW'beard .
got .
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1 was i.eficial sc&re.; Five pri- ,consent Bq
sad it Mk CIC: ; .
I Tate scores had the>Ttasville dab marked o. s. POD.
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