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Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: April 11, 1889
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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tVOL. IX. .. ., J'. ,:: TITUSVILLE, FLA., THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 1889. 51. .

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,_ Melbourne. The party of excursionists to Eden returned Lake Worth. '.. _H
of the American
recently-published report MEN YOU HEAR OF
Several parties have been in town on Thursday evening pretty The Mary B. left for Jacksonville on Pomological Society, in mentioning

]ktelf looking for locations. tired, but having had, as one of them March 31st. tropical fruits of this State, makes no The czar will visit the emperor of Germany -
expressed it "a in Berlin early next year.
perfect time.
little the They
Marsh's cottage on mention of and
MiSs Thomas Davids sappadillos, mangoes av has'been '
visited Captain Richards' Capt. of the steamer Mr. Spurgeon greatly benefited -
bluffA 1 ill soon be ready for plastering. place stayed beautiful Lake Worth, left March 31st for his New acado pears, which are some of the most by his visit to the continent.

}Ir. and Mrs. Glenn have moved into over night there, went York City homegoing via Savannah.J. profitable and best of the fruits easily Buffalo Bill Cody has been raised to
house at Melbourne Beach. fishing at the Inlet, and stopped over raised in east and southeast Florida, and the dignity of general of Nebraska mili
their new night at Captain Paine's house. Mr. N. Parker is now in charge of the

TC. S. Dickens paid us a flying visit Ruhl had a chance to see the noble L. W. & J. T. Co's. Hack line from Jupiter only mentions the Cattley guava, a com- tia.The duke of Durcal is coming to Amer- .

last week. We hope to see him on therireragain Seminole Indian in all his lore. He to Lake Worth vice Harry Davidson paratively insignificant fruit, and leaver ica to sell I 4 collection of paintings, valued
out entirely all mention of the Brazilian at mine than 1000000. '
shortly.Captain soon found they do not understand resigned. Mr. Lik. who is in
and other large and valuable kinds raised now charge of the
and Mrs. Mercier took adfintaceof German, though they did c :ars. Assistant keeper D. A. Allen of Jupiter in this same section. That this neglectwas Corean legation Washington, has

the lay-over day to call on a Light came down on March 30th and adopted the hats, trousers and coats of a
During the high wind of Saturday done purposely there is no doubt, United States dandy.
of their old friends here. John B. Beach's sailboat started for a trip to Jacksonville the 31st the
few dragged her excuse, probably, being that this Reginald Farrar son of the eminent

\f' J. Nesbitt has moved into the anchor, and in the early morning was on the Mary B. section had no display of tho e fruits. archdeacon, is an aggressive Radical. r

rooms over Fee and Nesbitt's hardwarestore discovered pounding against Mr. C. J. S. X. Andrews sharpie has been chartered but as this report is taken as authority meetings lIe frequently in London.addresses workingnien's 1

the building being owned by the Hector's landing where she would have by. [essrs. WilderHardin,Plunket, all over the country, no such excuse Secretary Whitney has a scrap book in

firm' been quickly demolished. Mr. Hector Lennon and Burke, and is being used by should have caused them to make the forty volumes that is entirely filled with

D. McQuaig made another trip to and Mr. C. T. McBride were equal to them to carry tomatoes to the head of report as incomplete and misleading a5 newspaper clippings referring to himself -
and his administration of the
the St. John's prairie last week and the emergency, and thou h' the wind the lake. it is in its present form, thus not only dspartment. navy ,

brought in several fine deer and a sand- was cold, the water rough, and undress Preaching at the cast side school house harming this section, but the whole Oscar II, king of Sweden stands six

kill crane. t uniform unpleasantly thin, they "O'er March 31st, by Rev. E. Heyser, and Epis- State of Florida. This same report says feet two inches in his stockings is well

head and ears, at once plunged boldly copal services at the same place and Hun- that the settlers here send off for coconuts proportioned, and has gray hair and
T7. H. "Whidden has been engaged short, full beard. He is a gifted orator
getting in piles for the new steamboat in" and rescued her from her dangerous day School on the west side in the for seed and ship their home-raised and Is a poet and musician as well. t

landing at the mouth of the Eau position.We afternoon. ones, when the actual facts are that but It is rumored in Chicago that "Old
"
hear is being made few coconuts have ever been shipped Hutch, the broker will retire from
a move to
Gallie river. Dr. S. B. Bell, of the firm of Bell & business at tho end of the He
year.
Thomas has moved into his have the May Day races at Turkey Andrews, large owners of real estate in I from here for any purpose whatever, as made at least a million out of the famous

Evan C. Creek, as a half-way place between this section, arrived March 25th, and I nearly all of them are being raised for wheat deal, and, strange to say. is now
and Dr. **
house on Melbourne avenue, Malabar and Melbourne, in a splendid will remain some time to look after his planting as fast as they ripen, and reported to "have enough. ,
Stewart will occupy the rooms lately stretch of water. Nearly one hundred thousands of trees from home-raised seed The Black Hills country Is making a '
by Mr. Thomas. interests here.'Vashington. name for itself as a horse growing coun-
occupied dollars were subscribed immediately, are being put out every year. try, and it is predicted that within ten '
Bishop Weed and Archdeacon Car- Captain Jacob Wilder and Captain C. just now seems to be a SAM. years it will be as famous for its horsesas

penter went down on the St. Lucie on ; J. Hector heading the list with $25; good market for vegetables] :, as C. V. Bar- boasts the Blue fine Grass horses region.of the It best already breeds

Friday night to Lake 'V orth. They ton received $14.67 as the net proceedsof Easter Monday Ball. many
each. We hope the affair will be arranged known in the world.

will return on Wednesday, and hold successfully, as no more' pleasant only three crates of tomatoes that heshipped'there The Fancy Dress and Calico Ball will The granddaughter of Abraham Lin- .

service iu Holy Trinity church here on place can be found, we imagine,and it is recently.The take place at Wager's Hall]), Titusville, coln, the daughter of his son Robert will '
make her
entrance into this
,that day. a pity to give up the old custom. Episcopal Church is expected to on Easter Monday, April 22nd. Fancy winter. Miss Lincoln is a"society"little above {

The usual spring exodus has began. be ready for occupancy by the 7th, at dress is not strictly indispensable, but the medium height, and has a well

This week will witness the departure of Eau Gallic. which time the bishop has promised to would be preferred. Masks not allowed.A rounded figure and bright girlish face,
in which there is no trace of the rugged
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Whiting, of Melbourne Capt. John Houston was visiting his be here. Dedication and confirmation features of her great ancestor. t

Beach. Mrs. White and the : family on Sunday last. services will also probably be held. Very Wicked Story. The Rev. Hugh Callan, M. A., of St.

Libbie and Ada White and Mr. From the Lewistown Journal. Andrew's cathedral, Glasgow, Scotland,
Misses\ ,
Mrs. H. R. Olmstead and Mrs. W. II. The land from the inlet for some distance has just returned to his native land froma

and Mrs. John Goode. Gleason, are at Merritt, at. the bedsideof north is owned by Dr. J. H. Brels- When Minister Thomas reenteredPortland tricycle tour through Palestine,Turkey,

Captain Len Gardner's well-known sick friend. ford. He having had several applications society with a beautiful Swed- Bulgaria and Servia. He wheeled about ,
ish wife there a general sensation 2,700 miles. His tricycle created astonishment
boat Robinson Crusoe, came down for land there has had it all laid off was ,
Services in the Eau Gallie Baptist and dismay in many places, and ,
from Cocoa, on Saturday evening, with 10:30 in lots of good width running through and the story tellers, as well as the gos- in Jerusalem the people became much a
Church on Sunday next, at : a. m.
sips of less imaginative turn found excited it. .
who wished spend Sunday a an over :
i party, to on The Rev. S. F. Gove will preside.P. from the lake on the west to the ocean
abundance of material for their employ-
the beach. The norther that sprung up beach on the east, thus giving a frontage FACTS OF HUMAN LIFE. '
A. McMillan and family, have ment.
so suddenly about midnight or early on either way as desired, ail has decided to
drawbackto moved from Tropic to their Eau Gallie The story goes that at a home break The average of life is about thirty-three :'
Sunday morning was a great put the lots on the market, hence he will .
river home for the summer months. fast one morning before Mrs. Thomas I years. .
their enjoyment.The sell lots to who wishes -
one or more any one I
Bennett and have had acquired much English awk- Births are more frequent by night .
Capt. family, returned an
testimony in the homestead con- them, and give perfect title, subject to : than by day also deaths.
from their trip Jupiter. Must ward servant spilled some coffee on theminister's
test case of F. P. Hassler vs. M. B. to no restrictions whatever. So any one can The number of marriages Is in the proportion
be sunny further south, judging from coat. of 75: to 1,000 individuals.
Gillis was taken on Monday before our build or not, just as they please or merely every
the complexion, of the returned tourists. "That's a pretty piece of work!1" Those born in the spring are generallyof
rotary public, Mr. LaRue P. Ely. Mr. purchase for speculation, its all one to
i exclaimed the minister. a more robust constitution than others.
Hassler to make the place a The schooner Queen returned to Eau the doctor. "Atlantic City" is the
proposes The number of of '
men capable bearing
"What did then dear?
garden if he gets it, and, judging: from Gallie for a short time, on Friday last, name. you say my arms is calculated at one-fourth of the ,
the plans and projects Hassler's Haven and has left for points down the riveron Mrs. Thomas jnnocently asked in Swe- population.
,
:March 29th, while John Clemensonwas dish.
the a trip, Capt. M. McFadden in com- Marriages aro more frequent after
till be of the show places on
one mand. calling on his neighbor A. M.Fields, "I said this is a very fine cup of coffee equinox that is during the month of .

river. 4 at Juno, he heard his dog having a scuffle ," blandly replied her husband, in the June and December.To 4

Land buyers have been rather scarce The pile driver is at work at the with something outside and going out, same language. 1.000 persons only one reaches 100
mouth of the Eau Gallie; a very wel- years of life; to every 100 only six reach
this winter real estate however in time his
arrived just to see dog just
; some) That very evening Mr. and Mrs. the age of 05, and not more than one in
has changed hands, among the convey- come sight to the settlers on our river.A being got the best of by a wild cat. This Thomas attended a brilliant party. Witha 500 lives to 80 years.

ances recently being S. F. Gibbs to good substantial wharf will soon be John could not stand, so he up with a laudable wish to compliment the refreshments I

Christian Fischer of seven lots in East completed.Mr. stick, rushed to the rescue of his dog, and at the same time honor OUR FINGER NAILS.

Melbourne, on private terms. Mr. Treutler has almost/ completed a struck at the wild cat breaking the stickin the English language by expressing her Pink nails indolence. "

Gibbs has had his place plotted into ]large addition to the Treutler House, pieces and attracting the wild cat to sentiments in it, the beautiful Swede Red nails a warlike nature.

large lots with wide streets, and has already making it the roomiest hotel south of himself which made it rather interestingfor exclaimed, sweetly after a sip of fragrant Narrow nails Incline to mischief. .

sold a good number of tracts. Rockledge. It will be opened the coming him for a little while. His dog then Mocha,"That's a pretty pieceof Small round nails denote obstinacy. '

fall for guests. braced up and came to the rescue of his work 1" Crooked nails indicate a fierce nature.
George Gleason and Eugene Brainerd
.
Filbert nails associated with de-
his back. John are
the
master getting cat on Who do wicked
you suppose was so as
Melbourne
gave an excursion to the East City Point. ceit. .
got his second wind,picked up another to invent that story?
with their Nails with black
beach Saturday abnormally pale or
on ,
Mr. Albert Faber, of City Point, is stick his English dander and ;
got up specks on them denote.sickness.Bread .
steamer about thirty
Ramona.where par- of the real veterans of orange cul- A man who has practiced medicine for
one sailed in for another round, again his nails are considered to be indicative -
ticipated in the enjoyment. The wind 40 years, ought to know salt from sugar -
ture who having had repeated and dire of bashful and gentle n tures.
stick flew in pieces and then the cat went read what he .
being from the west, the surf was very needs of irrigation to ; says. Long nails to those of temporizing
experiences of the for John dragging the dog along and fora TOLEDO, 0.. Jan. 10, 1887. appertain a -,
light tried dip in
These the nailsof
so nearly every one a the immature disposition. are
enable the trees to carry time it was hard telling John, cat and
the The returned before Messrs. F. J. Cheney & CoGentlemenI : persons who hate scenes.-Cincinnati
sea.
party fruit through the long summers which have been in the of
dog from one another, and eye witnessessay general practice Enquirer.
dark, having had a very pleasant day'souting. sometimes prevail, bravely undertookthe the air was filled with pieces of cloth- medicine for most 40 years, and would
say that in all my practice and experience -
initiatory, while all others waitedfor ing, hair, fur and howls in all times, the have never seen preparation that NOTICE.

Bishop Weed and Archdeacon Carpenter each other to take the risk, and has final result being the ignominious retreatof I[ could prescribe with as much confidence -

had a narrow escape from drown- had an artesian well sunk in his fine John and his dog and the leaving of of success as I can Hall's Catarrh LAND OFFICE March, GAINESVILLE 30th, 1889. ,\f .t ,
manufactured Have
Cure
by
i lag last week. When coming from grove by Mr. J. A. Durst, with success- I the wild cat master of the situation. scribed it a great many you.times and its pre-effect Notice is hereby given that the following -

Courtney to Cocoa, with the high wind. ful conclusion. The water-bearing lime- I Poor John-poor dog-tally one for the is wonderful, and would say in con- named settler has filed notice of
the make clusion that 1 have yet to find-a ease of his intention to make final proof In support -
boat capsized. Bishop Weed clungto stone strata was proved to a remarkable cat. of his claim and that said proof
Catarrh that it would not cure if they
the boat and Mr. Carpenter swam dip in this locality, as it was So- would take it according to directions. will be made before A. A. Stewart Clerk
Horticultural
The meeting of the
(*e are told) two miles for help; when not met until a depth of 275 feet was Yours Truly, Circuit Court at Titusville Fla., on May
ciety on the evening of the 1st was well L.L. GORSCCII M. D. 24th, 1889, viz : David L. Conrad of Canaveral -
Assistance reached them Bishop Weed attained a further drilling of 27 feet ,
; hd. No. 13351 for the east i oflorth
,
attended, and outside of the regular busi- Office, 215 Summit St.
**s thoroughly exhausted. lIe con gave a flow of over 200,000 gallons per of the meeting quite a social time \Ve will give $100 for any case of Catarrh east 4 north west $ of north east I
ducted the promised service at Cocoa, diem, with a total depth of 302 feet in ness that can not be cured with HaIrs d sec. 14 and lot 2 sec. Township 22 I
however. the well. The water is somewhat brak- was had. Rev. J N. Mulford gave a discourse Catarrh Cure. Taken internally. south range 37 east. i

ish, evidently showing: this to be upon on "what I saw in Europe," whichwas F. J. CHENEY& CO.,prop.Toledo, O. He names the following witnesses to .

Henry Whiiing! has sold a lot on the the limitation of the salty area, as exist- both agreeably given and agreeably cultivation prove his continuous of said land residence,i viz: upon- and

I north side o" Ocean avenue, Melbourne ing artesian wells south characteristic.The and east, are. received, the only fault being that there Physicians Use II. James M. Webber, Orlando Quarter-

.Beach, to Mrs. Clara Wilcox; the same devoid of that superfluous in solution was not enough of it. A trio was ren- One great argument in favor of West naii,, Nathan X. Penny and Henry Wil-
amount of saline matter moreland's Calisaya Tonic is that physicians ion, of Canaveral, Fla.") .
has Icon cleared and to see Faber has dered Mrs. J. X. Mulford and hisses
we expect ih however so small, that Mr. by never hesitate to use it in their prac- 5) S. TUCKER, Register.
house being; erected there soon. Mr. no hesitation in its use for irrigation, Etta Moore and Minnie Brelsford ; a ice. The formula is furnished to phy--

Whiting?has also been clearing: land for indeed dry-salt is frequently used uponthirsty duet by Misses Brelsford] and Moore anda sicians asking for it. The following isis
land, for the purpose of attracting proof positive as to its merits: NOTICE.
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residence for himself, which will, and with solo by Miss Moore ; Miss Mabel Har -
: the atmospheric moisture, COLUMBIA, S. C. LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE, \
Probably, be built this summer. His evident resultant success Mr. Faberis land presiding at the organ. To say that March 30th, 1SS9. /

mce-Beulah Land-is beautifully located thus rewarded for his enterprising the audience enjoyed the music as well tested Gentlemen your :Calisaya-1 have Tonic very thoroughly and do not Not ice is hereby given that the follow-

on the river, with Ocean avenue energy, by the lamest flow upon Indian : as the discourse is doing but faint justiceto hesitate to pronounce it a most remedial fug named settler has tiled notice of his

tending along ono side. river; up"to this date. either. All taking part in the exercises agent. Asa stomachic and a tonic it fa intention to make final proof in supportof
msurpas! For eliminating malarialpoison his claim, and that said proof will be
ii:. S. R uhf, who, as stated in last5ee Notice to Creditors, Legatees and were given a vote of thanks for their from the system and repairng made before A. A. Mewurt. Clerk Circuit i h
Distributees. kindness in to the I Court at Titusville. Fla on Friday May
8 issue is in the Meltotirne contributing enjoy- their deleterious effects, for rebuilding. \ i24th
interacted and demands and tone to the 1SS9 viz: James M. U'ebber of Canaveral :
". All persons ha inv claims} ment of the evening, and the meeting I reinvigorating giving system
and Atlantic (Railway left forM hd. Xo. 12333 for the south
the estate of Robert 1'al ker as creditor when reduced by protracted or everc Fa. t-J
tome in the North on Saturday against> legatees:: or distributees will take no- : adjourned till the next regular meeting I II fevers or other debilitating causes ast 4 of sec. 11, Township 22 south

:,Corning.: lIe is thoroughly delighted tice that their claims mint be presented to I night, the first Monday in May. It is there is in my judgment no other pre- range 37 east. S
hereofor Ii IiI in the whole field of medicines' He names, the following witnesses to :
With the me ithin two years from the date to be hoped more such sociables may be paration
:, country, climate, our beautiful the same will be barred, and persons indebted I under the of this equal to it. prove his continuous residence upon,and i
,:,rarer, the grand old ocean and the pleas- to said estate will make payment tome I given auspices society. J. F. Exson. I. D. cultivation of, said land, viI: '

ltllt! people l he met. lIe is also pleased E. GALE, President Gale, at the meeting of the I Former Physician and Surgeon S. C. ,Henry Wilson Nathan, N. 1' n lr.Or- 1"
the and advantages of hisSromPany's Administrator of Robert Walker, late of ,Insane Asylum. laudo Quartennan,and David L. Conrad,
: prospects deceased. horticultural; Society, on the 1st, casually ; Calisaya Tonic is sold by all Druggistsat of Canaveral, Fla.
:',,"e enterprise here, and we think Bade county 1889., 51-Sw. called attention to the fact that the 50 cents and one dollar bottle.' I 51 S. C. TCCKEB. Register.
will
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NOTICE Taxes Tue.

OWNER. DESCRI ON. S. A. and owNEit DESC1llPl'ION. S. A.

NOTICE IS ,HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE FOLLOWING .. Costs Ca9ts.and

Lands will be Sold at Public Auction on the (6th) In township O s range 35 east All in T'p. 21 S. Range 35 E.

Sixth Day of, .May, A. D. (1889) EIghteen Hundred and Eighty Nine, Unknown all lot 11 Fontame grant......... 41 607 15 15 Butler, John in n e cor of iii e lof n \T 1 des

at the Court House, at Titusville, in the County of Brevard, in the In township 20 range.34 e...... deed book H. p 102.............. 20 Ij 1 (0
State. of.Flori. or 80 much thereof as wIll be necessary to pay he Peter Fouchard grant ID......... 39 466 7 80 Gorman, M. in 8 e t of n w 1- des deal book

amounts due for taxes hereIn set opposite to the same, together with B Segui rant......................... 42 8438 59 25 H. 121............................. 20 1 33
the Costs of sale and advertising/ ,Township 20 s range 35 east.... Unknown W 0 r 8 W 1 of 8 wI................ 20 1 1is

Kuhl John s part of 8 w t of net............ 3 6 1 19 Wilkinson, H. P. n lot 1.-.............:... 21 21 2 6G
] Edwa'rds, John e 4 acres of n 1 of s e } of n w 1 3 4 89 Unknown s w 15 acres in 8 e t of 8 wI..1,121 1'o ;

j :: d tx aj Clark, D. O. w of n e }........................ ... 3 80 3 39 A. C. Canal and Trans- r

-. S g k c' o lot 2 except s e 20 acres......... ... 3 59 1 92 portation Co. all........................................ r4 fill 3 Op
NAME OF OWNER DESCRIPTION OF LAND. Jj < a aV l\Iack, c. E. ins part lot 2......................... 3 5 60 all fractional.......................... 26 288 1
<: Unknown lot 60 1 19 Unknown s w of 11 w 1 of s w ............. 10 1 9 It
'; 0 s e 40 1 92 n w 1- of n w I of n wI...... ..... 29 10 1 It'
\ All in Tp. 27 S., Range 85 E. Kuhl, John lot 127 3 39 Smith Jas N. s w t of s e 1 of n w }.............. 29 10 133
FlondaSouthern Rail All................................ ...... 2 640 2 80 Unknown lot 81 2 66 Unknown s w I of 8 wI......................... 40 3 33 1
0 way Company. ......... ................ .. ........... .8 640 2 SO Florida Land and 1m. n w lof 11 e 1 of 8 W } 291 1 1
:; : Ii ....................................... Goo 2 soi prof'ement Co. lot 4..3 15 SO FlorIda Lan and 1m. .11111..11 -

." .""/ ,, cc ....................................... :5 640 2 SO Unknown lot 56 1 92 proyement Co. n e of n e }......................... 30 40 SO'-
', ., .... ................. 6 640 2 80
< ............... .. lot 52 1 92 Unknown s w i of n e ,111.11/1111111./11.111.. 40 1 9'-' ;,:
: '",-;.. .11111111111111111111111111111111.1111. 7 640 2 80 52 1 92 s e of n w }.......................... 30 4 1 .
"< :....................................... 8 640 2 80 Florida Land and 1m. n e 1 of s e 1...1..................... 30 1 <1.r. ,

cc ............................ .......... 9 640 2 80 pro\"ement Co. lot 76 1 39 s e I of s e 1........................... 30 4 19_
cc ...... ................................. 10. 640 2 80 Clark D. O. w of s e } and s & n w 1 of s w 10f s e }.................. ........ 31 } G 33

," .... ...................1./ 15 640 2 80 S w t of net.....:..... ............11 110 5 06 Feaster, T. A. n wi of1 w 1..... ...................32 4 ,.
'. ",', cc ....................................... 17 638 2 SO Unknown s e of n w 1......................... 11 40 1 92 Unknown 10 acres in square in: S W' cor lot 233 I 2 pI '
", ....................................... 18 640 2 80 Kuhl, Geo s w t of n w 1 and s w }........... 11 200 4 13 Gilson, E. D. e 15 acres off s e 1 of n \V (1.......33 1.A 5 2 C&
,. ..... ..........19 641 2 80 C. E. ........ Unknown 10
,' .1..1. hack part of s e I of s wi. ...... 12 5 74 s acres of w 24 acres of :I e 1
', >. :, ". ...... ................................. 20 639 2 80 Edwards, John part of s e of s \v }............... 12 6 82 of n w }............................. 3.1 1 2 I:!
::.. :,:: cc ....................................... 21 639 2 80 Fairbanks, W. H. lot 4..................................... 13 64 4 86 Silf'ertooth, Jas 2 acres in s e corof tI e 1 of s e 1 :33 .. :1 :tJ
;, ...... ............ ..................... 22 640 2 80 Unknown lot 1..................................... 14 75 3 39 Unknown n 1 of s e 1 of s e 1..3.3 10 1 9r i
:. ;: ........... ..........................? 27 638 2 80 Florida Land and 1m. all blk A. n of lot 3 Coleman'I ad

cc ............ ...... .....1.............. 28 639 2 80 provelnent Co. lot 2 and 3.............................. 14 85 1 09 Titusville.................. ....... 3-J 13t+
; u ............... ...,..........1......... 29 640 2 80 Unknown lot 1..................................... 17 42 1 92. lot 3 blk B. Coleman's ad Titus .

.................. ..................... .30 640 2 80 fractional.............................. 24 90 192 yille................................._ I 1
," ,. ....................................... 31 716 2 SO Collier, H. J. paid set of sV I.......................... 31 40 3 39 lot 4 blk Coleman'I ad Titus-
3 IC ....................................... 32 713 2 80 Florida Land and 1m- '.ille................;.................. 34 ,1
.. ., .........................:............. 33 712 2 80 provement Co. w of s w }......................... .. 31 SO 94 lot 1 blk C. Coleman's as Titu

................................1111... 34 714 2 80 Unknown paid s w of s \v }......................... .32 40 4 86 viI Ie....................................3-J I 13>
All in Tp 28Srane35E s of n w 1 of s wi................ 32 20 1 92 lot 11 blk O. Coleman' ad Titus
," \v of n w t and s w }....1....... 1 240 1 92 Moore Charles L. lot 6..3 2 77 1 92 '.Hle..3-! 1 _4 j.r
All....................................... 2 640 2 80 Township 20 range 34 and 35. lot 12 blk C. Col e man's ad Titus-

:: ................................3 640 2 80 Sweet, Chas D. agent s 1 William Garvin b rant......... 1000 29 85 vine.................................. 1 .(
:, cc .....................................:. 640 2 SO Quinby, E. S. paid g part DeCosta grant, except Vondy, J. II blk 4 and 5 M E Titus ad to Ti.
1. ....................................... 649 2 80 .
town plats of Aurantia.......... 382500 52 90 tusville........."""............... a 53
.. ........ ............................. 648 2 80 Township 20 range 35 east..... Township 21 s range 36 c......

...................................;... 63S 2 SO Unknown Peter Fouchard grant in........... 39 74 1 92 Gailer, Valentine n of s c 1 of set.................. 25 1

.__ ...... .. .. ... .................... 641 2 80 B Segui grant in..................... 45 330 29 85 Unknown. 1t: of set of s e 1.................. :!oj 1 1 1.
u ...............1,11111111111111,111111. 640 2 SO L Crayon grant iu....................46 39 1 19Iclnnes, Daniel 31. w of n e 1 seofneandn
............................. ......... 640 2 80 Adams H. W. lot 18 Aurantia....... of
............... 38 5 1 19 e 1 s e }.......................... 32 1P 3it
cc ....................................... .4 640 2 SO Thompson, I. \V. lot 13 to 22 blk 22 Aurantia...... 38 1 19 Unknown n e 1 of n e }.......................... 1 1V !.
\ of ne and n w 1 and s I... 560 2 SO lot 46 blk 26 A u rantia..1........ 38 53 Township 21 s range 37 c.......

All.......... .......................1..... 64U 2 80 To\vnship 20 S, range 36 E. s e ........................................3( 16! 3 3's
-: cc ............... ....................... G40 2 80 Unknown lot 58 1 92 s w }..................................... l 3 3+' .
cc ..........1..1.1111................... 639 2 80 n 1 40 1 92 n \V }............ ........................ 31 16( i Sts
= .... .. .... ........... ............... 642 2 SO fr: 1..4 67 1 92 Township 22 s range 34 e
cc .....................1................. 640 2 SO fra c 28 1 19 Florida Land and 1m."j .

,':, cc .... ............ ............ .......... 639 2 80 Vann, J. D. lot 2.... ................................. 19 27 633 provement Co sol of s e 1 s w } an 1 !._..... :+i '
';. : cc ........................................20 639 2 80 Unknown fractional.1.1...1.1.................... 1,0 8 74 Unknown s w 1 of s w 1.......................... 1
,: : Co ....................................... 21 639} 2 SO T'p. 21 S Range 34 E. :Florida Land and 1m.

cc ...1..1................................ 22 640 2 80 Florida Land and 1m, provement Col n 4 and lots 1 2 and 3.............. 12 1 '

\ '. ,, ....................................... 23 640 2, 80 t C o. n eI.l'...................' ................. 2 160 1 03 Township" 22 S range Ot'Jprocmen -) C

:. cc ...:.............................. ..... 4 640 SO :i W }..................................... 2 160 2 80 Unknown lot 6 blk A. Titusville..""........
\ : ., ..... ................................. 25 640 2 SO oJ e }.............. ....................... 2 160 2 80 lot 10 blk C. TItusvIlle............ 3 I 92 .
cc ............. .......................... 26 640 2 80 all fractions1.............1..1,1..1. 4 650 2 SO n 50 feet of lots 12 and 3 blk L i

t::" cc ...................................... -"7 640 2 80 u........"................................ 6 400 1 92 TItusville...... ...................... .3 9 4T
::'0::"' .' .. cc ........................ .... ......... 28 641 2 80 all......................................... .8 640 ,2 SO GaBer, Mrs N. i\ n !Jot -1 blk E. Titus.ille......, 4 t&
.. cc ....................................... 29 63.1 2 80 11 i t) and s \Vol.......................... 10 480 v" rl Unknown e 2" lot 7..Ie"... ........"._.............. r, Sol}
\ ; cc ..............................1..1'.30 639 I 2 80 Unknown 3e.10: 160 2 80 lot 1 blk F. Titu8ville ............ 3 :t :IIcc"
....................................... 31 6tO: 2 SO 1 1 ') .
Florida Land and Ima -of. n e 1... s \V '[ of n e aa 1 11Y I lot _._ ... ......._ ....................
\, is ............. ................. 3" 641 2 SO Co. lot 3..."h".. .. .
1": .1..1. provement c \ of set and s w 1 ofse 112 400 2 12 ...... ................... ,
cc ....................................... 33 641 2 80 Unknown 3 :.tf- n e :l................. ......... 4 0 1 99 lot I ".%..."..."........."................... I. 39nwof .
'. ., .......................................34 642 2 SO se 1...........................12 .40 192 lots..."..."........."......... ... ..... :I}
7.: ,., ... .......................................35 Goo 2 SO Florida Land and 1m. lot G". ..."........." ................... 33 ::

... ;. .. :. cc ....................................... 36 640 2 80 prO\enlent C o. II '1> .........................................14 020 1 83 lot I .I.. .."U... ........: ................... 8 39 "
:.', All in T'p. 28 S, Range 36 E. Unknown n w t of s w .}.... .........111111111.. 14 40 1 19 King Chas E. in lot 8 and 9 deed book J. 11 119 j

... .S,1'- all of w }.............. ................. 19 318 1 92 net of s \v .l. ......................... 14 40 1 19 blk 'L'' Titusville.................. 3' S OC"
.. :. All....................... ................ .30 637 2 80 s: e t of s W' 1...........................14 40 1 19 Ronald ', A. part lot 8 and 10 deed book I. P .
cc 11.1111111.11...1............ .........1. 637 2 80 n of s e 1............................. 14 80 19 2 327 blkF. TitusvIlle............. 3 2 $(;
.,,.. I west .......... .......................... 32 320 1 92 n 1.....,............................ ... 15 160 2 80 Unknown e part lot 8 and 10 deed book J.
/ .. ,;'; ,. All in T'p.29 S, Range 36 E.. n e I of se }...........................15 40 0 1 19 P 146 blk F. Titusville..a Ob-
.. All..1........................ .. 640 2 80 Florida Land and Im- lot 5 blk J. Titusville.............. 3. 133: .

.e cc ... ....... ............................. 640 2 80 provement Co. all........................................ 18 640 3 00 Davis, 'Vm lot 1 and 2 block K. Titusville. 1 9"l
". : ". ,' 'cc ........................ .............. 640 2 80 A. C. Canal and Trans- Unknown lot 1 e sub div blk 4 Titusville... 31 61 =

.. :1 : ;. cc ..................... ................. 640 2 80 portation Co. 3 w 1 of 11 e n w ands !...... 19 520 2 56 lot 9 sub div blk 4 'fitusville_... 3. 19":
All. of w .......... .................... 320 1 63 Unknown n w of n e }.........................19 40 104 lot 4 blk 6 Ti t u s v'ille................ 3 G 3v
.,...- ........................;............ .. 640 2 80 Florida Land and 1m. Moulthrop, R. part of lot 3 bIk 7 des deed book

.'. Jf t. '"'. .............................. ..........5 640 2 80 lrovement Co. a11..20 640 300 J. P 29 Titusville.................. 3" 1"-
,t" "c ....................................... 640 2 80 net w 4of 11 W' t s e of n w Norwood, J. C. lot 6 bIk 8 Titusville.............. 3 192

All in T'p. 29 S, Range 35 E. s w and w of set............ 22 520 2 56 Unknown lot 16 block U Titusville.I ......... 7All.
...:....................... ... ........ 636 2 80 Unknown e of n w 1.......................... 23 40 1 19 Titus E. H. lot 1 bIk 10 Titusville.............. 31 1 19
.! "J-.. cc .................................... ... 635 2 SO g w t of s w }.. ..... ......1..1..1,111.23 40 1 19 Titus, llrs 1[. E. lot 5 blk 10 Titusville............. 2 Eli J
: ', # cc ........................................ 640 2 80 Florida Land and 1m- net n e of n w e of s w Titus, Henry T. lot 6 bJk 1.(
,1., : ,, ................ ....... ............... 641 2 80 provement Co s w of s \V t and n w of se } 24 360 2 12 Grover, Anna 1\1. lot 7 blk 10..S 4 f6 q
; 'j' ;' cc .. .............. ...................... .. 641 2 80 s e t of net ands !................ 26 360 1 77 Trafford, J. D. w lot 1 ._..... 15'
'. iw'..' >" cc ........... .............................12 641 2 SO all........................./.1..3.1 640 2 80 Gardner, Solomon e 1 Jot 1 blk 1 1! C

cc ......... .................. ... ........14 643 2 80 e }......... .................. ............ 36 320 1 63 Gardner &Newberge lot 4 blk 11.. 1 .1
i. .u; '{, ........................................1 642 2 80 All in T'p. 21 S Ran a 35 E. Unknown lot 2 blk 13.. 1 g'
.' .::: '1' ....................................... 20 641 2 80 A. C. Canal an Trans... 11..3 3 :

.0_ '. } cc ....................................... 22 642 2 80 portation Co. all fractiona1.... ...:.......... ........ 2 31 77 lot 3 blk 14.. 1

f ....................................... .24 642 2,80 Unknown lot J.....................1.1..1......... -I: 38 3 39 lot 414.............. .. ............ 163
.' ......................... .............. 6 641 2 80 lot 67 6 34 lot 6..14............."............. 3 163;
cc .. ................. ............ 28 2 80 .
.... ... .
: 640 n n. 40 7 80 TItus, Mrs It. E. lot 8..14..............' .............. 3 163
,. :', f. ., ....................................... 30 642 2 80 s \v 40 7 80 Unknown lot 1 63
....................................... 32 641 2 80 S e 40 7 80 lot 9..18..3. 1 192 ..
..... cc ...................................... 34 640 2 80 Florida Land and 1m- ::2..4 lot 4""
............. .......... J
.. ... .. .......... 36 2
4 ........ .. .. 642 80 proven1ent Co. w !.. SO 94 Miller, James P. lot 4 blk i4 --1
22..3 ;
AU in T 20 S 34 E.
P. Range n W 40 O lot 5 blk .. ............... ............ _c4 -il
Flondnd. ; and 1m. All fractional........................ 4 454 2 08 Unknown 11 t 10 1 9 Unknown lot G blk i; '1
pro ement Co. u..........."............................. 6 640 2 80 Kr e am e r. J. 1 [. n e 80 1 92 Branning, W C. O. lot 7 blk 22..3 i4
,-...--- \ all............ .......................1.... 8 640 2 80 Unknown lot 8 bIk 22..3. i4
,. set of sw } ......................... 6 40 4 13 t
t. all.................. .........1..8 682 2 95 lot 9 bIk .. .
S W } ofse J..6 40 4 S6 I
all fractIona1.............. ............ 20 liO 1 04 "j Unknown 22..3 31 1 or. '
lot
-. ne t of ne }.......................... i 40 192 10 blk I
lot 1 2 3 and 4..... ................. 34 89 9+
110 1
n W } of n e }......................... 'i 40 1 19 lot 11 blk ; to
lot 1. .................................... 36 89 7' i4 i5
94 "ti .
Branning C. C. lot '
s w t of n e I.......................... 7 40 1 19 12 blk 1"
SS" of lot 3 and 4...... ...............36 22..3
:. :; s 76 74 Branning 'V. C. C. lot .
s e t ofne }........................... 40.1 19 15 :
..: :1nknown! s e I se }............ 5 89 .7 5 00
Qwby's : 36 Township 21 range 35..1 ....... ....... .....
.; ." ',. lot 5 maPof .urantia 5 74 s w t of n w 40 1 19 Granniss, E. C. lot 28 Robbins t & Grahams ad. ,P
.., -, lot 6......?.........?............ ...1.38 5 74 .. 2 v6
: s e of n w 1- 40 4 13 Titusville... .... ........ .. 3
,- -.; lot 7..... "........."............"..... .38 5 74 j..7 Unknown lot : : : .
n e } of S W } 40 1 19 13 Joynervdle an addItIOn to
lot S.-........"............"..... .38' U'a.. t
,: i4 e of 8 e }.......1..1........ 7 80 6 33 itusyille... ............ ......... 3 1 v.
-. lot 11....... ........."............"....138 4 74 Gaulden Mrs H. E. lot : :
1 acre in s e cox of w 1 of set 7 1 60 14 Joynerrdle an addItIon to
Brown, A. R. lot 12...... ....... .. ............' ..... 38 .
Unknown: :: :: ; fi 89 Unknown n e i of n w t ofse }...... .....:::. 7 10 1 92 Titusville.......................... 1.
Jot 13.....: 38
., "'r"" """""":,"" 5 74 net..................................... 8 160 29 85 Patch, Emily G. Lot 151819 20 and w i ofl 3t
lot q
14..u..1111111111.,11.1135 6 i4 Johnson, Henry n w of ne I of n w }.....1.11.8 19 3 39 .JoynervllJe ad to Titusville._ 1
I lot 16...... ......... ............ ..... .38 18 1 33 Unknown 1. 1. Unknown lot '
J t.. n W of n '" ....................... 8 40 2 66 43 JovnerYllle an addition to ,
... lot 17......".........u............u..... 3S II =I. r. 51f
1 3
J. ",\ 18 33 s w t of n w }........................ S 40 2 66 TitusvIlle... ............. ...... ;
"
-' ; .. lot 18..... ......... ............" ..... 38 : : :
;. ,. u 18 1 33 S e } of S W t............................ 8 40 4 13 Gray, SFF. lot 45 Joynervdle an additIon to ft'
lot I 19..... ......... ............ ..... 38 18 1 83
swof s wI. 8 40 413
lot 9l......"........."............"......38 18 1 33 Unknown lot Titusville..3
.lot 45 4 86
lot ........."........ ,",' ............,..... 38 5 74 lot 49 4 86 : ........................... ;G
of 23......"......... ...........: .....38 10 89 A. C. Canal andTrans- f..9. lot OJo1.nervilleanadditionto _
lot 4...... ..... ... ............ ..... 38 89 6
10
.: -, :: :: :: .. portation Co. all. 640 3 00 Titusville... ............. .. ...... 3'
lot .. ........ .... ........ ..... 38 : : :
.6..u.:: : 10 89. addItion to
all .......................... 64 74 lot 51 J01.nervdlean .
.. Jot 27 ..... .. ...... ........ ... 38 G
.. .
89
: 10 Unknown .. ............. .......
Titusville.
.. lot 1...................................... 16 62 9 27 : : :
lot 41...... .. ..... .. ...... ..... 38 13 1 04 .3
: .1. lot 2...................................... 16 700 74 lot 54 JOl.nervllle an additIon to. 1&
All lot of sub division P. F.. lot ...................................... 16 78 1148 Titusville..:.............:..:....... 3
Fontame ................... 41 400 8 00
grant lot 4........... . ....................16 86 12 21 Grannies, E. C. lot 55 J01.ner.vllle aall n additIon to t;
lot 2Fontame ........... 41 607 10. .4
: grant. 3
n e.1 of ne } ofne }............... 18 5 89 Titusville
x all lot,8......"..........".............. 41 303 4 86 Unknown- lot l6 addition to
s e lof net 5 acres to J01.nervlAn
),: all lot ......".........."............... 303 except .6
,, 486. Titusville .................. ......
:: Hamilton........................... 1 35 433 !: :
f: ):'. ,: all lot 5......".........."..............41 607 Carhle R. W. net of se and n 15 acres of lot b Rerden:8 ad to Titusvil.. 1r?

: .}. '. all lot 6......::..........::.............. 41 728 15 15 8 e t of B.e 1. 18 55 800 Stewart, J. Q. lot c..u........I.._........"_....... 113


s Unknown 1 ',.. .. &; In T P. 20 Range 34.and 35 E. .. s w t of 8 w t.. ...................... 19 40 1 92 to Tatusnle.t ......:.........-...;. '-, 41

; -.r ':{, all Jot 8 Fontane! grant............ 41 202 6 33 s e 1 of 8 w 1...__...................... 19 40 1 92 lots 12 to 21 inclusive Rerdell'r 1?
2
.. .... all lot 9 Fontaine grant........... 41 202 6 83 ad to Titall usville....................
n w t of ne 1. .......................20 40 4 86
\ Jot 10...... ........: .....:........_41 .202 G. '83 Harrison, D. K. part of net of n w t des deed Bradford, Godfrey 10t28.RerpeJlaad Tituvsl..... 3 ro-

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THE FLORIDA STAR:"TTTTTRKnAv APR. 11 icon,.....,. 1
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DESCRIPTION. S. 'A. and Taxes Taxes:
Costs. OWNER tEscRIvrlo S. A. and. OW ER. 3CnIPI'IOY. S. A.. and

,All in T'p. 22 S, Range 35 E. Costs.All -. _:_ Costs. I 4
'Qa kD ovn' lot 25 RerdeU's. ad to Titusville;. 3 60 Hutson i'P 124 S, 36 E. All in T'p. 26 t3, Range 86 E. ,
Thomas
Sd1ith T. W. lot 26N. ......._"........!!............ 3 96 part of n w t of n eRandes deed Unknown g w } ofsw #.. ..................... .14 40 1 19 "' '
jyarr:a. 7 s. lot 36..IC.. ........" ...................... 3 1 55l1oino Un known book E.. p. 234.......:............. 20 13 5 06 3eofse #........................... 15 40 119neof
lot 42N' ....:..N" .11..1111.1....1111.. 3 60 s w t of s e 1.......................... 20 40 3 39 n"e 1._........... ............27 40 119 '
,1\ lot ;49..." .........?......1..1..1..1. 3 60 Hildth A. neofne }..................._......22 40 339 Harris, Henry T. n e 1 of s e 1.-..... 27 40 1 19 -
.4.., I lot U 2.-u.......-u............ ......... .3 60 n part lot 1 and n part of n w I. Township 26 s range 37 e....... .r ry
,: lot 55...".........".....1..1..1.. 3 133 Uk' of net................................22 14 10 94 Unknown lot 4 as per plat on deed book 1. 7 '
lot 56...u........."..1.111........1.111.. 3 2 66 n w t of n wi......................... 40 1 92 page 177........_.................... 8 10 2 12
:'\V" bur, N. H. lots5 58 Rerdellad toTitusviIJe 3 1 19 i lot 4.......................................25 37 1 92 lot 5 as per plat 00 deed book I. 7
mnkno lot 60 Rerdell's ad to Titusville 3 60 lot 5...................................... 25 20 1 19w.3 page 177.............................. 8 10 2 12SamueJs ,
lot 64 Rerdell's ad to Titusville 3 60 of s w }........................... 25 80 3 39 J. M. lots 6 7 and 8 as per plat on deed 7 !
n: .. lot 6 blk A Fishers addition to n e l.................................:... 26 160 4 86 book I. page 177..8 30 1) 06
Titusville.......................... 3 1 24 Dixon, T.'K. part of lots 2 and 3 bounded n White, 1 Irs J. J. n i Jot 9 as per plat on deed book 7.
i.: :, lot 1 blk B. Fishers addition to U byA. D. Cantine...................28 8 5 06nknown I. page 177..................._..... 8 5 139 s
l" Titusville...........................3 94 part lot 4 des deed book H. p 341 28 1 1 92 Samuels, J. \I. lots 1011 and 12 as per plat on 7
: lot 5 blk C. Fishers addition part Jots 3 and 4 des book E. P deed book I. page 80 5 06

,,' Titusville........... ................ 3 944t. Mercier ....................................... 10 653 Unknown lot 15 as per plat 177..8. .
w i of lot K as per map' on deed Geo J. & wife part Jot 5 des deed book F. p 56628 1 4 86 I. page 177.......................... 10 2 12 ., y '
Unknown
\ book I. p506Titusville./ 1 53 i 0 e 1 of n e }.......................... 29 40 3 39n SamueJs, J. )1. lot 16 as per plat on deed book. 7
;A ; w i of n e i except land of Jones w of n c #........................ 29 40 3 39 I. page 177..................._......8 10 2 12

:f : & !Wnald........................... 4 65 8 00 n e l ofsw t......../..................29 40 1 92 Unknown lot 3...................................... 47 1 92
1; n e 1 ofnw }......................... 5 40 1 92 set ofsw }.......................... 29 40 1 92s Stewart, D..)1. lot 3...................................... 67 2 66
li' n w i ofnw i........................ 5 40 1 92 w t of set............................29 40 1 92 lot 1.......................................19 40 2 66
t / w i ofse 1- ofnw }................ 5 20 192 set ofse }.................. ........ 29 40 3 39s Unknown n e 1 of s e #.......................... 31 40 1 92n
# Township 23 s range 34 and 35 e w t of net..........................32 40 1 92 w I of s e l...........,1....11,1,1?.31 40 1 92

i/ strip 5 Delespme grant..../....... 1080 3 39 n \V 1 of s wI........................ 32 40 1 9 2 s \V 1 ofse #.......................... 31 40 1 92
strip 9........".........." ............... 1060 3 39o s w t ofsw }...........................32 40 1 9- Burt H. A. i e 1 ofse in arrears for 188731 40 1 92
strip 12.....: .........."............... 1070 3 39 Cockrell A. ". s e 1 ofsw #.......................... .32 40I 92 Hogg, Benj. & H. K. lots 2 3 and 4.. .........................32 139 6 83
.
trip 13......".........."............... 1080 3 39 part lot 1 des deed book C. p 83 33 2 1 92 Wilkinson, H. P. strip 7 and 8 of Rub div des deed 33
,. lot 1 des deed book C. 22..33 89 bOok A. 679...................34 13 653
strip 14...... .........."............... 1100 3 39 part p I page
Township 228 range 34 and 35 e part lot 1 des deed book C. p 325 33 # 8'Vtlhamson Stewart, J. Q. trip 13 ot sub div des deed -
trip 1 1-10 interest John S. part Jot 1 des deed book F. p 460 33 1 1 92 book A. p 679..........................33 S 2 S6

Y. rant....................Delespine............. 1300 3 59 SChoonmaker, (attieJ part lot 1 des deed book J. p 1 33 1.16 1 19 Township 27 s range 36 e...... '
'r' strip 3 1-10 interest Dcle.pine Savage, S. A. w lot 1 des deed book E. p 394 33 21 1 92 Gleason, S. G. and C. aIL.................. ...................... 1 640 2 80 "
Williamson, J. S. part lot 1 des deed book F. 460 33 3 39 Littlefield all except e # of s e #............... 2 560 4 57e
p
grant................................. 1360 3 59
"' strip 4 -10 interest Dele Dixon, T. K. net of n w }......................... 33 40 7 80Smith I and e of wI.................... 3 480 2 21 '
pine :Minnie E. deed Conover E. H. wI........................ 160
part of s of n w t des ............... 1 63
....
....
grant .................. ..... 1280 3 59 .3
17 Delec book J, ) 376........................33 1 2 12 lots 2 3 and e !......................... / 560 4 57
!strip pine grant........:.. 1360 3 39 t ;
]8.... ., Unknown s w Iof n wI.......................... 33 40 66 lot 12 and e !........................ 0'I 371 2 45
... ..
trip ......... ............. 13G0 3 39
,. Nail, Berrian part or net of s w t des deed Adams, Chas S. u w t of s e }. ..... ................. 10 40 \ 04
strip 19....... ........... ............. 1360 3 39
book H. p 344......................33 6 2 86 Gleason, S. G. and C. n e e k of s eland n # ofsw -
strip 20....... ......... ............. 1360 3 39
"" tt 'Vingood, David n e cor lot 1 Hardee's plat of Indian Littlefield 1 of 8 C #............................,10 260 2 34
strip 22....... ........... ............. 1360
.' 3 39 River Citp.................... 33 3 59 Conover, E. H. \V i............ .......................... 10 320 2 80
strip 23....... ........... ............. 1360 3 39 Unknown
'. 25 lot 7 e Hardee's plat of Indian Unknown of s w of s e 1..................10 20 74
strip (except land of Reed) River City.......................... 33 80 Gleason, S. G. aod C.neof net n i of seof n eLittefield '
Dele. pine grant.................. 1245 3 59 Cuyler Bently
w 1 of e t of Jot 11 ardee's plat 1 w of n e 1 n w I and n dofswsw
strip 26 Deespine .......... 1840 3 39 .
grant. .33 1 39 sofs A
of Indian RIver CIty............ ofsw 1
\ strip 27 ......"..........."............. 1170 3 39 Unknown .
s of lot 17 Hardee's plat of Indian e t of s w } and set............11 600 326
strip 28......."..........!'............. 980. 3 39
all that River Cit).................... 33 1 On Unknown 0 of s e I of s w }................. 11 20 74.
part Delespine grant lot 18 Hardee's plat of Indian Gleason, S. G. and C. all except s of set of nV 1
north of 28.............. 2320
strip .. 9 47
River Ci tv.......................... 33 ;.4 Littlefield and s of s w I of s wI.......112 600 2 86
all that
part Delespine grant lot 20 except n w 1 Hardee's plat Unknown s of s e I of n wI...............1..12 20 74 'tsofswofsw
south of 1.................... 4001 6 53
strip 33 1 "f% .......... ...... 12 20 74
+. Indian River Cit y................ } .. -
Township 2:3 s range 35 c...... lot 21 Hardee's plat Indian. v. Gleason, S. G. and C. net e l of n wi e I of sw 1 and
lot 1..................................... 24. 28 104Dickson 30- 86 Littlefied] }...................... .. 480 2 "
er CitY............................... s e .. ....... 13 41
J. E. part of net of n e 1 des deed Clements, George lot 27 Hardee's plat Indian Riv- Unknown n of n w i of n w t....1.........,13. 20 60
book K. page 117.................. 5 5 1 24 33 1 39 Williams F. B. 1 of ..... .... ....13 20 60
g w t .
er Cit) .................. ............ .of n n w } .1
hares Mrs J. C. part of n e lof n e 1 des deed Unknown lot 28 ardee's plat Indian Riv- Unknown. s w 1 of s wI.......................... 13 40 74nwofsw

book J. p 350 and 338........... 25 11 1 53n er CIty....... .............. ........33 1 39 }.........................'13 40 74 '
.. w t ofsw }........................ 25 40 1 92 Carlile, James A. lot 33 ardee's's plat Indian River GleasonSG&CLittIefeld, all.......................1 ....11........,14 640 2 80

Township 22 s range 35 c CIty............................... 33 124 Unknown.i n e of n e 1.......................... 15 40 1 04o
Unknown s w 1 of n e }..................? .?.. 6 40 3 39s Unknown lot 36 Hardee's plat Indian River Gleason, S. G. and C. w of n e land wI of se 1 and ,

of net of n wI....,.........? 6 20 3 39 CI ty................................... 33 1 39 Littlefield wi....................... ............. 16 480 2 41 .,.
s i ofnw i ofnw 1............... 6 20 3 39 lot 38 ardee's's plat Indian Riv- fractional..............................17 42 60 "

s \v t ofnw #........................ 6 40 4 86s er CIty............................... 33 80 fractional................1..1....,1... 20 224 1 92 _
e i of n w t......... ............... 6 140, 4 86Ilorida lot 39 Hardee's plat Indian River -. all] ............ .......................... 21 640 2 80'

Land and Improvement City............................... aa 80 all........................................22 640 2 80. ,
B Co. w A of s e 1 and s e J of s e }... 6 120 1 09 lot 40 Hardee's plat Indian River all except D l of se 1 of s wI... 23 620 2 80n

Unknown lot 1..................................... 7 44 1 19 City.............................. 33 80 !.........................;............. 24 320 1 63 f
lot 3..................................... 7 66 133 lot 41 Hardee's plat Indian. River s i............../5. 320 163

Florida Land and Improvement Citylot ............................... 33 74 all........................................ 26 640 2 80
Co. lots 3 and 4....... 8 190 1 02 42 Hardee's plat Indian River Unknown 3 w 1 except n w }.: ?...........?.27 120 1 83 I

Township 22 s range 36 e. City. ............................. .33 69 Gleason, S. G.:and C.
fceiett: F. B. lots 5 and 6 and n J of s w 147 15 15 Jarvis, A. A. part lot 3 des deed book G. p 340.33 12 21 Littlefield p n e uf s c 1........................ 28 440 2 28
UnknownIalone.John s j of s wI......................j..1 80 1 92 Burnham, J. part lot 3 des deed book J. p 19 33 1 92 Adams, Chas S. s of s w 1 and n e 1 of 8V I.... 2E 120 1 33

net of n e \.; .. 54. 1 19 Papwortb, H. M. part lot 3 des deed book J. p 495 33 6 33 Unknown n w of set.......................... F 40 74s
s w \ of n e }..........1,1,1,1. 3 40 1 19 Altree, George part lot 3 des deed book H. p 299 33 6 33 w i of 8 e #........................... .2 F 40 74
seof ne \. ....3. 40 119 Fisher, Harry part lot 3 des deed book I. p 31933 6 33 Gleason, S. G. and C. net of swswof ae tel..2

swof n TV }... 40 1 19 Township 24 s range 37 e Littlefield of s eland n !............._..... 33 480 2 41
seofnw }. ....8 40 119 Unknown awl of n w j..7 40 1 92 Adams, Chas S. nV 1 of s e }.......................... 33 40 74

,I, n e 1 ofsw \... 40 1 19 lot 4......................................11 4t 1 92 \V of s w }...........................33 80 1 04
n c i of se }... 40 1 19 i s e J of s TV i........................... 11 1 92 Unknown gel ol 8 W t.......................... 33 40 .74
r n w I of .3 40 1 19 s w i of se J.......................... 11 40 1 92 Adams, Chas S. n w Iof 8 e }.......................... 34 '40 74 ,
.. swof s sej..3 40 1 19 s e } of s e |...........................11. 40 1 92 s of 8 w }............................. 34 80. 104 "-
s e \ of 8 40 1 19 Ainslie, OscarUnknown n of s w J of n w }...............14 20 4 13 Gleason, S. G. and C. n e i, II wIn w 1 o( SV I 8 W
w i of s e }...2 80 1 92 Township 25 s range 36 e Littlefield i of s eland e of s e 1.-..... 34 480 2 41

lots 3 and 6... 28 58 3 39 etof ne J............................. 2 80 3 39 all........................................ 35 640 2 80
t Township 22 s range 37 e lot 4 except land of Bobbins, all......... ...............................36 640 2 80 ;: =t
n J of n w }.....17 80 7 80. Maris & Hiscock.................. 2 24 5 06 Township: 27 s range 37 e...... ..
s w J of s w }....17 40 1 92 Ryder, S. part lot 3 des deed book G. p 634 3 1. 88 65'Vilkinson w ofn \V 1V l of s w t and s eI

Township 22 s range 39 e....... H. P. 16 J acres s part lot 3 and 8 J acre of 8 w }.........1....111.....1.1... 2 200 653
W. lot 4 or s 7} of s e 62 180 n part lot 4......................... 3 25265 25 lot 12 and 124 G 33
Township 23 S,j..9. Ryder, S. n w J of s e } part of n e J of set n w i of n 120 398
Unknown lot 1. 56 1 92Od' des deed book D. p 96........ 4 54 22 70'Vilkinson Unknown n w 1 of s 3..3 40 2 66
lot 2....16 150 1 92 H. P. 12 acres s part n e } of s e J and. net of s 40 3 39

lot 3 4 and 5 fractional........... 16 20 2 66 set of set........................ 52 300.5 SneH, G. B. lot 3 and s ...... ...... 95 4 8G ,
Unknown fractional ... 18 31 1 92 Unknown s TV J of set............................4 40 1 19 Gleason, SG.andC.nwof se 1 wof net and A
lot 1...19 43 3 39 Brown, Spencer part lot 3 des deed book G. p 251 Littlefield w k..................................... 6 440 7 12 .
e of s w J....26 80 3 39 and in book H. p 194........... 10 19 18 29 Unknown n e f of n P. }.......1.,1.1... 6 40 1 19

lot 2 blkT Hardeville.............. .30 74 Unknown set of s w Jsejofswjin.......................... 10 40 6 33 se I of 40 1 19n
lot 8 blk T.."... 30 74 arrears for 188710 40 6 33 e 1 of ne1..6 40 1 19

,, s w i of s e 1...... 30 40 4 86 s e $ ofsw } in arrears for 1886.10 40 6 33 gel of e .................. ........ 40 1 19s
J> n w i of s e |... 30 40 4 86 s e J of s w J in arrears for 1885 10 40 6 33 w i of set.......................... 6 40 1 19 w

: lot 2...................................... 30 35 4 86 w J of s TV J........................... 10 80 7 80 nelo ne }........................... 7 4 119seofne
Jestervelt, Edgar part lot 1 des deed book D. p 270 31 2 1 92 w of s w } in arrears for 1887 10 80 780 #................... ....... 7 40 119slofnwofne
Hdmes, 1\1. C. part lot 1 des deed book A. p 143 31 5 4 13 w A of s w J in arrears for 1886 10 80 7 80 I................. 7 20 82

Filson Harriet part lot 1 des deed book D. p 104 31 5 3 39Unknown lot"4..................................... 12 62 2 36 Gleason, S. G. and C. n e I of s e #............................ 7 40 1 19
: part lot 1 des deed book D. p 164 31 10 7 80 3ofnwofnw\ J..............,12 20 192 Littlefield e of S w }............................. 7 80 1 92
..ugImes, Goo W. swof n ejnwjofse i ns n i of n e j........................... 13 80 4 86 Unknown 0 e 1 ofnw I.............. ........... 7 40 1 19
of H w J of s e J and lot 2...... 31 165 10 94 White, James H. part s of s e J and part lot 3... 13 50 10 74 n w i ofnw }......1.1........1.,1.. 7 40 1 19 ..
Unknown n w J of net...........................31 40 4 86 Stewart, J. Q. lot 1, 2 n w } of set and n 26. s e i ofnw #.......................... 7 40 1 19

{tomes Geo W. n part fractional]..................... 32 2 6 33Unknown acres of lot 3....................... 26 130 24 17 o w t ofsw #...........?............ 7 40 1 19
s k of n wofnw i............... 34 20 1 92 Unknown s 12 acres Jot 3..........................26 12 7 80 is w t ofsw }.....:.................... .7 40 1 19
g i of nwjofnw j............... 34 10 1 19 Keith, Kosanmih 3 e } of n w |.......................... 2 n 40 1 92 owl of s e }.......................... 7 40 1193wofse
s w J of n e }......................... 36 40 1 92 Unknown n e J of n wI........................ 26 40 1 92 }........................... ; 40 119
n w J of s e |......................... 36 40 1 92 n w J ofnw J.........................26 40 1 92 gel ofse i........................... 7 40 1 19
township 23 s range 37 e...... 3 w J ofse $.......................... 40 1 92 Gleason, S. G. and C.
t'.; lot 2......................................13 40 104 s w | ofse I..........**.................26. 40 1 92 Littlefied e of 8 e }N...............-.1.1.N..1. 8 80 2 12 ,
1,<' lot 3......................................13 35 1 92 owl of s e J......................... 31 40 1 92 Unknown lot 1..................................... 8 29 3 93 r
.S n w } of s wI........................ 13 40 1 92 w J of n e }............................35 80 3 39 Higgins, E. t' g e 1-8 of set of n e #.............. 8 ,,5I 19 .
-to lot 1......................................14 11 1 19 n J of s e 1................. ...........35 80 3 39 Seabrook, T. L. part lot 2 des deed book E. p568 8 'fG 1 83
'l M.: Township 23 s range 38 e. set of s e Jsfofsejofne........................... 35 40 1 92 Houston, John lot 2 except land of Higgins and '
lot 1........................................32 17 1 19 Spratt & Cockrell J................. 35 30 1 92 abroo........................... 8f 30 3 59
i Township 24 S, Range 35 R s 28 acres of lot 1 and lot 2..36 66 7 80 SneU, G. B. 0 e of n \V }........ .1111..1.1.....11 40 1 33
seofsw }...........................24 40 192 Township! 25 s range 37 e Unknown 3 e t of sw }......................... 40 1 33
;'f, n w J of n e }........................ 25 40 1 92 Unknown lot 11 74 s: W I ofsw #......................... 8'' 40 133
?i. '. Township 24 s range 36 c lot I..2 11 74 Houston, John part lots 1 and 2...................... 9 45 G 33
160 839 lot 36 1 92 Unknown lot 56 6 33
.s-;;'i 160 3 39 lot 40 1 92 Gleason, S. G. and C. -
nej..2\ 160 3 39 Spencer,Pardon 3 1..3 J 25 19 2 Littlefield w !3..9 160 6 5.3
160 3 39 Gould & :Mockridge: 20 9 27 S. G. Gleason lots 123 4 fG
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hack! W. J. Part i"n e T;; TV J.d..c;; deed book P Township 26 s range 36 e Unknown n e 40 1 G2

& H. p 197........ .................... 6 10 2 12 Stewart, J. Q. lot i..1. 3.1 1 92 lot .............. ....................... 46 1.2 ",,

i::1Jnkn. own n TV J of n w }........................ 6 33 1 92 Unknown 1 lot 2...................................... 1 51 4 86 n e 1 of n w }....:.......::...........13 40 1 92 .\
,j: s w J ofnw J........................ 6 40 1 92 lot 4............... ....................... 1 30 3 39 s w 1 ofnw }......................... 13 40 1 92s
\ n w J of s w \....'.............. ..... G 40 1 92 e iof s wI............................. 1 80 3 39 e 1 of n w .........:............... 40 1 92 ,
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J of s w }........................ G 40 1 92 e I of ne }............................. 2 80 3 39 n w 1 ofsw i-........................ 13, 40 1 92 .. ,,
\ of n w J.................;........ 7 40 1 92 w-$ ofsw J........................... 2 80 1 92 neof sw 1--- 18 40 192
J ofnw....IIN...1/....-..11. 7 40 192 .. n e J of s e J........................... 2 40 1 92 neofne }.......................... 14 40 339 i'c;
I'v } of se J...........................10 40, 3 39 \v of n TV }........................... 80 1 92 lot 2.........._.......................... 14 38 633Gleason
J of set......................... 10 40 3 39 \ n c- J of n e J.......................... .11 40 1 9" S. G: l lots 1 23 and 4 blk A. Eau Gallie 16 1 04 ;
} of s w \....)................... 14 40 3 39 n w } of n e \........................ 11 40 1 92 lot 5 blk A. Eau Gallie....._......16 60 '
'L- of s e i............................ 14 80 1 92 -'., Sv J of net......................... 11 40 1 92 lots 6 7 8 9 and 10 blk A. Eau
m' 1I, A. W. etal n part lot 1 and n w \ of n e \ 20 60 88 65 ., ...... 3eof n e 1..-........................11 40 1 92 Gallie................................. 16 139'= ..

): -= own n J of s w J of n e t..11.11..1...20. 20 6 33'if'.A.QD lot 1..........-...:...................... 12 30 3 39 Unknown s lot 11 bk A. Eau Gal1ie..16 : 74.:
', W. L. lot 1 as per map on deed book B. 20 -i .... .: n w J of n w }.....................:.. 12 40. 1 92 lot 12,blkA..N".IIIIN"....1 11 1 1 1 111Iot13 16 ',.74:>
page 206........:................... 21 22 5 06 s w J ofnw }........................ 12 40 1 92 bkA....'.......:'._...._.....16. 14
; .. D, Jane lot 2, 3 and n } of lot 4 as perl201 S lot 16 bikA.t.. ......." ._..:........ "74 .
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Township 27 8 87 e. Township 27 s range 37 e All in T'p 30 S, Range 35 E. ---
G. lots 17 18 192021 range and 22blk A. GleasonJ; S. G. all blk 68.. ......... ..Eau Gallie 21 1 19 Florida Southern R. all ....................................... 6 &Ii! '
< Gleason, S. Eau Gallie..........._........_ ..16 2 21 lot 1 blk 69.'S... 21 56 R. Company. all........................................ 8, 642 2 M
Unknown lot 23 blk A. Eau Gallie........... 16 74 Unknown lot ..."...69................."......"... 21 56 .......................................... 63. 2 !
Gleason t:3. G. lot 24 blk,A-...:......"_..._...... 16 74 Gleason, S. G. lots 3 to 10 inclusive blk 69 Eau all.............................. ....... .1 6-1 : EO G
Unknown, : lot 25 blk A....". ....."_............ 16 74 .Gallic.................................21 1 24 all..l-1 1 6.i3! ; Sol
G. lots 26 and 27 blk A. Eau Gallie 16 74 all blk 71 ...............Eau Gallic 21 1 19 all........................................ 18 641,: 2 &
Gleason, s. lots 12 3 and 4 blk B..."......"... 16 104 all..."...72.................: ...../.'... 21 89 all............... .................-..... 20t! f 41 2&)
t l lots 6 and 7 blk B......."......."... 16 86 alL.: ...73...... ...........:.'......:.... 21 60 all.......... ....................... .....2.)1 &121 2 S'q)
Unknown lot 9 blk B........._......"......"'... 16 74 all.......74......... ......... .....: ... 21 1 19 all............. ........................... 2 642t 2&)
Gleason S. G. lot 10 blk B................"......"... 16 74 lots 12 and 3 blk 75...."........".... 21 67 a ll........................................ = 6-1.1: 2 8)
Unknown, lot 11 bIle B..............: .......... 16 74 Unknown lot 4 blk 75...............: ...... ... 21 60 di'............. ............................28 &
Gleason S. G. lots 1213 and 14 blk B.."......"... 16 1 33 Gleason, S. G. lot 5 6 7 and 8blk 75...".......:.'.. 21 89 all........................... .............30 .J3 11\:\, &}
lot 16 blk _........... GaBie 16 74 all blk 76....:.............. ...... .'... 21 74 all...................._................. 3'1 6.' 2 &)
Unknown lot 17 blk."..............: ......"... 16 74 al1..77......... ........."......:.... 21 1 33 all..........................................3-t :! &)
lot 18 blku...............tt......"'... 16 74 all..u..78....:............:......: ... 21 1 33 all...................... ..................361 638; .. SO
Gleason S. G. lots 19 20 21 and 22 blk B Eau all.......79.................: .....:'... 21 1 33 Township 30 s range 37 e....... -
Gallie........................._...... 1 83 Unknown net of net..........................17 40 1 92 wI...... ........... .......... .193j,
lots 25 to 37 inclusive Eau Gallie 16 2 66 n w \ of net......................... 17 40 1 92 n w .3o48.
all blk c...................."......". 16 29 85 swof ne J..........................17 40 1 92 all ...................................... 31 i 613: 2))
all blk D...................: ......"... 16 1 33 s e J of n e \........................... 17 40 1 92 s wi.....:............................... 3,1 16Q1 163
-, all blk 1 except lots 1215 and net of n w }.........................17 40 192 Unknown all Fleming! grant........._......... l 51S
", 16.......................Eau Gallie 16 .9 86 n w t ofnwj...... ...................17 40 192swot TownshIp 30 s range 3S e...... I
all blk 2....................."......"... 16 2 8U nw I........................ 17 40 1 92 lot 1...................................... 3 ... sa
lots 12 3 and 4 blk 3..."......' ... 16 1 04 Gleason, W. H. H. net of s w \..........................17 40 1 92nwlof lot 2.............................__..... k 9: of M
Unknown lot 5 blk 3.................: ......"... 16 60 s wI........................ 17 40 1 92 lot 4....................................: 3 36. 33puelofnwl
lot 6 blk 8.'I... 16 60 s w 1'ofsw }.......................... 17 40{ 1 92 .......................... -I4)j; 3 JJ
Gleason S. G. lots 789 and 10 blk'3.."..... "... 16 1 04 s e lof s w \..........................17. 40 1 92 s4ofnetofne 1.-..... .3 31), ::1 >>
Unknown, lot 11 blk 3.'I....16 60 Unknown n e i of s e \..................... ..... 17 40, 1 92 s e 1 of n e 1............... ..._.....10 40i; 3
lot 12 block 3............_"......"... 16 60 nwlofse \.......................... 17 40, 192 Stralson Oscar part lot 3 des deed book D. p3W'I" 15! 2 66
Gleason S. G. lot 13 14 15 and 16 blk ::1 Eau s w 10f se1..........................1, 40 192 Unknown n e 10f S w .......................... 14 44); 3 S!
Gal lie.......... ....................... 16 1 24 selofsel......... .................17 40 192 sejofsw ........................... 14; 44) 3 I)
aU blk 4..................Eau Gallie 16 3 39 Gleason, W. H. H. uzof eland net of swl..18. 420 133 nwlofne ......................... l i 4O, 15:
lot 12 and 3 blk 5......".. ..." ... 16 89 S. G. Gleason and C. Gibson, D. P. e part lot 2 lot 3 and -1 and n a :
Gleason G. G. lots 4 5 6 7 89 and 10 blk 5 Eau Littlefield n l.................. ..................... 18: 320 2 28 part of. lots 5 G and 7........... 31) (4
Gallit'................................. 16 6 53 Unknown n w J of s w }........................ 18' 40, 1 19 Unknown Cractioual sec 26 except 4 acre 251100
Gleason S. G. lot8 1112 and 13 blk 5 Eau Gall it' 16 89 swlof stiv1......................... 18{ 40, 1 19 to C ain........................_.....,2610.: a 4
lots 1 to 10 inclusive blk 6 Eau selof se \............................18 40 1 19
Gallie................................ 16 .1 21 net of nel......................... 19, 40 1 19 all Fleming .................... =" 616a
I Unknown lot 11 blk 6..............Eau Galli 16 GO uW:1 of n e t............;............19' 40 119 I 1--
Gleason, S. G. Jot 12 blk 6.............. .."......."... 16 60 S. G. Glea on and C.Littlefield Township CO s range S9 e......! !
Unknown lot 1 blk 7..H... 16 60 s !........................................ 19,, 320 3 00 Holmes, Geo. W. lot 7.1. 7' :t
let 2 blk 7.................."......"....16 60 Unknown n e 1 of n c 1.......................... 20'' 40 1 92 lot 3..1.' : liS 2 6i
Gleason, S. G. lot 3 to 11 inclusive blk 7 Eau n w J of n c :......................... 20 I 40 1 92 lots 1 and 2.................._........ 17. 9l :39
Gallie................................ 16 2 12 s w ) of n e 1..2J. 40, 1J2 Gibson, D. P. lots 1 and 2..1:.. ly' 3 *
all except lot 12 blk 8..Em GaBie 1G 2 (jtl t> e $ of ic 1........................ .....20! 40 192 lot 1.............................._......' ; 3-; 19:
Unknown lot 12 blk 8................."......" ... 161 1 GO Snell, J. T. part lot 1 des deed book J. p 240 211 2, 1 19Unknovn Unknown all Fleming prant.................. :) SI 3 a
\ : Gleason, S. G. all blk 9...................."......"... 2 80 stiv \ of itw1..........................121'!! 40, 3 ;U9 Township 31 s range 35 e......'1, i
all blk 10..................'............ 1 33 W of s C 1.. ..... ..................... 24. 80j 1 4 8G Florida Southern R. all..1! al H 639Ml 2 Se}
( all 1)1k 11.................."......"... 16 1 33 scofsc { ........................... 2)1 40 1 92Gleasoll. R. Company all....... ...............................' .1' 6. :! Sf
ill blk 12 ..................'......'.... 16 2 SO \Y. II. H. lot 1 and 2.............................. 2;l 56 1 92 all................ .... ..................,. .; e.1t; ::! s.J
\ all hlk 1:3: ................." ......" ... 16;, 2 66 S. G. Gleason and C. w of h wand }........................... 28'' 80, 8 39 allll......................................... r. t1a .-, cv;;..a
all blk 14 .................H. '....1G 2 GG; Littlefield > e i w t. ............................:w l; 480G40 1 8 VSall .......... .................... ...... 10 :!
all blk 15........... ......tt'u...... ... 16 2 66 ............. :.......................... .::301 i | 5 15 allall...... ............ ..........-.......-!112; (Ml :2 SO
lots 123all 4 blk 16..."......"... 16 1 04 all.. ........ ..............................:nl'': G40: ;I 0- 15 .............................._........114: h.1. :! .5Kroegel
Unknown lot 51)1k 16................"......"... 161 60 alL......... .............................. 2':' 640!, 5) 15 all............ ...................._.....15'! 6tt), 2 $0
I Gleason, S. G. lots 6 7 8 and 9 blk 16...".....:'... 1 04 w A of s e \ and w i................. :;3, 480,' :'I 98 alL......... ....... ....... ............!2fi 6.\ :!
Unknown lot 10 hlk 16...............".......'.:. 16'' GO Metealf, Win. I. set of s c 1......... .................,,33 40, 1 92 all...... ........ ........... ............,!.-)= 6-li,. 2 ,**
Gleason, S. G. lot 11 hlk 16.... ...... ..."......"... 16 GO Unknown lotl......................................I 341: 261 1 92 all.......... ............. ............... .24la ., ,w,. q
Unktjown lot 121)1k 16..............."......"... 16 (60} lot 2......................................,34;f| l 1 G 33: allill......................... ............... G't. a::
Gleason, S. G. lots 131415 and 16 blk IG Eau I Iot3lot ........................................'.3':I -"-1 4 SG I ............................ ...........|38 G-If, :! 5'"
Gallie................ ...............16 1 24 fehaHrm., I. 4 and w } c.f s c i except 5 i 1:1 I aIL.................. .....................::x l ::! S4
all except lots 5 and 12 blk 17 acres in n w cur and s' of & w .13-11' lUll 15 i:35 all..I.: : &-10' ::!

'. Eau Gallie.. .......................16 2 71 Metcalf, G. I. u w cor of n w \ of s c {........... 34 5j 82 all. ....................................)!':34: 639 :! G)
Unknown lot 5 blk 17..............Eau Galli 16 GO Unknown lot 3..3&ll 43. 4 13 all.......... ..............................1'3i 1 fill :2: 8')
lot 12 blk 17...............".....:'... 16 GO Township: 28 s range 37 e...... Township 31 s range 38 e...... :
Gleason, S. G. lot 12 3 and 4 blk 18..." ......"...1G 1 (H Camp, Win. M.Unknown lot C bile! 10.............Melbourne 21 89 Gibson, D. P. lots 2 3 and sV } of :s e 1.........'"l 106. 2 6)
Unknown lot 5 hlk ] 8................"......"... 16 GO all ....:'..:1G...................."...... 21 4 86 swlof n w |............. .........14 i 40 13l
Gleason, S. G. lot, : 6 7 89 10 and 11 blk 18 Ean \lot ..t..lO....................."...... 74 Unknown n e | of s w J .........................114, 40 19:
Gal I lip.................................16 1 0:1: i*, ;': lot 1 blip _')'1 I:................"...... -.)I 1 U2- nwofswl ........................ ...14, 40 1P
Unknown lot 1blk 18........:....Lao Galin Itl 60 MfU-alf, G. I. lot 5..24..2: 3 :J9 Gibson, D. P. lot 1......................................15, "6. 1 92
Gleason, S. G. lots 131.11oandlG hlk 18 ., 16 l 01 lloardiuan, Lucy part of s w \ de deed boo,; E. p.. Unknown all Fleming grant....,.............. 88.7617' % 85
lots 123 and 4 blk 19 Eau GaBie 16 1 04 403..3. 90 15 25 Township 31 s range 39 e :
Unknown lot 5 hlk 19..............."......"... 1G 60 o.unp'm. X. w part of n e } of & e \ des! deed! / lot 2................. ................. ... 4)) 31, 1 9:
Gleason, S. G. lots 6 7 8 910 and 11 Ilk 19 EauGEllie. book J. p -'>00..... .................. 3'l 25I 5 06 Kitching, Walter part lot 1 des deed hook D. p 21 JS 6: 1 11'
...........:.......:. ............16 1 5 3 Ilict', Ancil part of > e i} of s e | des book U. 'I I Kitching, Jos. & Sarah part lot 1 des deed book E. p 60 G 1 104
Unknown lot 12 blk ............ Gallit Itjl' tjO p G43 except land to llippardj j 11 94 Unknown n e 1 of so }.......................... 7, 4f1 92
Gleason, S. G. lots 131415 and IG blk 19 Eau llippard, A. J. part of s c i of :s e \ des deed n w \ of s e 1.-...... 7. 4(11I 192
Gallie........................ ......... 16 124 book I. p 77.:1. 1 I 94 swlofse }........................... 7; 40 192:
lots 12 and 3 blk 20 Em Gallie 16 8'J Unknown n c l J of n e 4..........................' 4i,, 40 1J J. G. all fractional........................... 8 141 75*)
Unknown lot 41)1k 2): ................"... ...:'... IG 60 n w :\ of n e \........................ 4'' 40 1 92 Unknown lot 1.................................,.... 15, 3t 1922W
Gleason. S. G.ileasontG. lot 5 to 16 inclusive blk 20 Eau e. of s e 1............................. 474/ 4 13 lot 2...................................... 15; 4ii. :
\ Gall ie.................................16 2 28 f w } of n Wt.' .....:...................10 40 1 92 lot 5...... ......................... ......15 l, 40 266'
nil blk 21.................Eau Gullie 16 2 80 In 2 till: D. south Melbourne..1j GO lot 6...................................... 15 40' 192
all Uk 22.................:'......"...1G 2 80 GoodeF. C. lot 9..1.....".".. 11 89 nwlofne -I.1'I.......... ............ ,,;v 'I. 221
all..23..................'......."... 16 2 36 Goode, John lot 11 "...1.....".:.'.. 11 89 ,. s w \ of s e l.O 40 221
,. al1..24.................."......"...16 1 48nll. Mellor, JohnUnknown set of s e \...11 40 3 W selofse..i. 401! 4. Of
..."....,5..... .............tt ....." ... 16 1 92 n e I of s w ] ..1G 40 T I 1 92 I lot 1...................................... ?3'' 34 t!' 192;
all..."..26.................."......'....1G 1 92 utv.\ ofsc.\........ ....... ..........iG 40, 192 lot 4............._...................... 28 40;: 2 21
4 all..."..27.................."......"...16 1. 92 s w \ of 5 w iso ........................ 22, 40;1I 1 I 1 92 get of se i........................... 29 40i! 192
all..28.................:'.......'... 16 1 92 ] of S w \............................22' 40, 1 92 net of n' e J.... ...................... 29 401( 192
all..29.................."......"... lb 1 92all. s w I of ncj of n e \............... 27 10,, 11J s e } of n e }........................... 29 40i4U 192n
l ....' .."0.................."......"... 16 1 63 n e 1 of n w |............ .............. 27 40j, 1 92 e } of 8 e 1...........................29, 192
all...t'...31.................."......tt...16 1 ()3all. u w } of n w }........ ................ 27 40 1 92 selof net...................._.....333 40 q fib
.""...32.................."......"... 16 1 ()3 Wilbur, :Mary M's e J of s e 1........................... 27 40 1 92 swlofse |........................... 33;, 40 192
all..33...... ........ ..."......tt..16 1 33 Unknown n w J of n w J.........................35 401 92 selofsel........................... 40 192
all..34..................u......"". 16 1 19 sw J of n w 1........................ .35 40/ 1 92 lot 1...................................... I' 31 133:
all..35..................tt......tt...16 1 33aIL. Ie J of n w }........................... 36 SO, 2 36 !lot 2................. ............... .... 1 43 2: (;
.."...36.................."......"... 16 1 33 'fuwnship 28 s range 3S.e...... lot 3...................................... 3-11 I 60t 3 "III
all..37..... ..........: .....: ...16 1 33 lot 1...................................... 17 19 1 04 lot 1..................................... .35j 4 339
all..."...38.................: .....: ...16 1 33all..39 lot 2...................................... 17 40 1 92 lot 1 in arrears for 1887._.......... -IH 3J
...... ..... . "......"...16 1 33 lot 3......................................17. 23 1 92 lot 1 in arrears for 1886............. 40t 334
all...tt...40..................tt......"...1G 1 33 lot 4......................................17 23 1 92 lot 1 in arrears for 1885._......... 4Iot 339
aiL..tt...41.................."......"... 16 1 63 lot 5......................................17 36 1 92 -6}....................................-..35t, 339
all,.: ...42..................".....: ...16 1 04 lot 6.......................................17 52 1 92 lot 2 in arrears for ]887............ 3.5 3 39
all..."...4 3.................."(......"...16 1 63 lot 7......................................17 55 266 lott 2 in arrears for 1886............ 35f 3. 339
al1..44.................:!.....: ...16 1 33 lot I..........!.......................... 18 4 2 66 lot 2 in arrears for 1885............ 33, 339
ail..."...45.................: ......"...16 1 19 lot 1...................................... 20 64 2 66 S lot 2...................................... i 4( 192;
all..." ...46 ................."......"...16 1 19 Ward, R. A. s l of n wI........................... 31 39 7 80 Williams A. F, .,. n t lot 6............... ............ ..... l J 59
a ll..47.................."......"... 1 19 Damon, G. W. & E. C. part lot 4 des deed book C. p 34731 30 12 21 Evans, Ida F. 8 1 of n I of lot 6...................... lot 89
all..."...45.................:'.....: ...16 1 19 Unknown lot 1................................ ......33 51 2 66 Unknown 8 1 lot G................................. 133
aiL.:'...49.................."......"... 16 89all..50. McQuaig, Julia n lot 2..33 17 1 19 Township 32 s range 35 e .. ,
........... ......"......"... 16 89 Unknown lot 3...................................... .331 i 20 1 92 Florida Southern R. all and lots 1 2 3 and 339
aiL.."..51.................."......"... 16 89 lot 7......................................34 21 1 63 R. Company all and lots 12 3 and 3 33:
lots 12 and 3 blk 52...."......"... 16 67 lot 2...................................... 3-t 38 1 92 all and lots 12 3 and 4..2.4f 339
lots 67 and 8..52...."......"... 16 74 Township 29 s range 36 e...... ...................... .... i Y SOall.
all blk 53........ ..........."......"... 16 1 04 Florida Southern R. all..................... .................. 20 640 2 80 all......................:. ............... 101 280
aIL..tt...54.................."......tt...16 1 04 R. Company all....................................... 21:' 640 2 80 w 1.2 and lots 1 and 2.............. 47 192
lots 3 45678 and 9 blk 55EauGallie. w k........................... ........... 22; 320 1 63 all...................................... .14 ttI; 280
...............................:. 16 1 53 all.........................................2 7 6-1:0: 2 80aiL. alL............... .........................18 642 280
out lots 3 and 4..Em Galhr 16 10 1 63 ........................... ............. 640 2 80 all............................ ............20 280
< G.Jleason out lot 6...................."......"... 16 5 1 19 aiL......... .............................. 281, 640 2 80 all....... ............................... ')0)1 6551G37 280 ,
out lot 7...................."......"... 16 7 1 33 all............ ............................ 30'' 640 2 80 all fractonal.! .......................... r'2 47; 1922SO
out lot 8...................."......"... 16 4 1 04 all................ ........................ 311 i .640 2 80 all fractional.............. ........... 26 64 1
{ S. G. out lot 9...................."'......"... 16 5 1 19 ..It...... ...... .......................... 32) 640 2 80 all except n \V tor s w 1-......... 28 611 280 .
out lot 12.................."......"... 16 5 1 19 all....................................... 33 1, 640 2 80 all.................. ..................... 30 6486401' 280 :' .'
out lot 13.................."......".... 16 5 S9 all.................. ..................... 34! 640 2 80s all........................................ 32 2 80 -
out lot 14.................."......' ... 16 6 89 n }................... ................. 3a. 104 all........................... ............34. 651, 280 -
out Jut 15.................."......"... 16 7 89 Township 29 s range 38 c...... J i 1601 all fractional.................... .....36 4151 192 r'
r y'i out lot 16.................."......"... 16 5 89 Unknown s e of set........................... 71 3 39 Township 32 s range 38 e
: .1. out lot 17..................".... .".... 16 6 89 Samuels, John M. lot 1 and 76 3 39 lorlda: Southern R. n w 1 and s l-. ................_...... ,I 481\ 23 '' .
.... out lot 18..................".......".....16 7. 89 Cable. E. M.Unknown part lot 3 2..8 25: 3 39 R. Co. Charlotte all........................................31! 640\\ 280 .E
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.. 7 :. out lot 19......:..........."...... ... 16 8 89 n w t of n wI........................ 8; 40i 3 Harbor Division w.6_} of s w 1 ....................... 361' Sf) 74 ,'}'
.':" out I lot 20.................."......"... 16 6 89 s w t of 8 W 1.......................... .8' 40{ 339 Township 32.J. it range 39 e. [ ; t f;
1, ', "<..- :: 'lout lot 21..4... 16 6 89 Foster. rank. lot 5 ....:................................ 14'' 50 3 39 Unknown n w 1 of n e j......................... l'r 40f i 265 11w
92
Ii out Jot 22.'I... 16 8 89 AnmeCarollch3el fractional.........................16'. 203 7 80r i 1.2 ufs wof n e.t-........... .1 20.g 'rl
.... out lot 23................ .."......"... 16 1.2 89 92
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Tengzelius, H. G. E. part of n w 1 of net being II i n e1of n wi...........:....... 31 t tn 92
all .bik. 57..u.. ... 21 1 33 and w of Goat Creek............ 17t 20 2 12 w 1 of 8 e 1.-....................... 3 -I.
all) ... ...58....... .......... ......"... 21 1 33 Unknown fractional s w 1....................... 27i. 37 3 39 sW 1. ofsel...........................3 j. 40! 192
/ a11..59.] .....:'... 21 1 33 Samuels. J. )f. lot 1 and 2........................ .... 28;: 74 3 39 ne !- ofnw t.-.................... ". 4J)!t 1.- ir ,
\i .: al1 .'...60.:....... .........".....:'... 21 1 33 l lot ::1........................................34! 47 2 66 selofs@ 4 0! 193 '
li( alt.. .". ....i.4....: ... 21 1 19 Unknown lot 4.......................................34! 64 4 86 s w 1 of n e 1.,4., 19a
; al1.. '...G2..h.. ....:'... 21 119all. lot 1 tnd 2............................. 35: 82 3 t set of n e r 41\1 1 929i
+ ........63.................:'.....: ... 21 1 19 lots 2 and '.............................3G'' 82! 3 ..' I lot 6}.................. -..................,1111 I 1
'. .tt..t. ;..;. .t. Jo., all..."...64.....:.........-...."....>.u... 21.119' Township 30 s range 31 e...... i I 39// :J \\ -1 of 8v ._...._....-....-.....I,, 40' 1 92 93
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., : '. .",< all..6)'I. ... 21' 1 19 Florida Southern R. all........................................ 2, :. 3elofswl............"...............r I1f 40'; 1 92
all.:.:'...Gi................-.:t.;...:..:. 21 1 19 R. Company all............. ................... ...... 4i; 642t 6431 2'SU net of ny 1.- ..............; 4 1
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1 fJt.- OWliEB. DESCRIPTION. S. A. and NAME OF OWNER. DESCRIPI10Y. S. A. Taxes: And OWNER. DESCRIPTION OF LAND. S. A. Taxes"and

Costs. Costs. Costs.
.. Township 82 s range 89 e : -
n w i of n w \..... 14 40 1 92 Florida I. TownshiP34 8 ranga.35 e. Township 35 s range 36 eFloridaSouthernRail
)3 f.: 'Unknown 1 of n w $.,.... 14 40 Southern R.lots 1,2 3 and 4 8 t ofnesof all.................................... ... 36 640 2 80 '
4's 192 R. Company n wand e ofsw }........... 432 1 92 35 37 '
Company Township s e.
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s e 14
. : ; .. : ; j..... 40 192 all.................. ..................... 664 2 80 all........................................ 2 695 2 80 EI
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)i' ., ,- nwofsw neo s w 14 40 192' all........................ ......_.......4 639 2 80n all.......................................... 4 705 2 80 S Sm
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'f swofsw 14 40 192 !.........._...... ......... ............ 320 1 92 all..................._.... ................ 6 718 2 80
)) t of J. ..14 40 192 Alderman, 'Vm. n w 1- of 8 W }.......... ... ....... 11 40 3 39 all......................._............... 8 640 2 80 Jj
) s e i s w J.. .... 14 40 1 92 Florjda Southern R. al1...................... ................... 14 640 2 80 all................_....................... 10 641 2 80
n w 1 ose J}. ... 23 40 1 92 R. Company all.............:.......................... 18 638 280 nofnw }........................... 12 80 74
)I T l: 8 w 1 ofne ... 23 40 1 92 all...... ..... ........................... 20 639 2 80 Florida Southern R ajofnwjnej and s !...........12 560 2 66 ,
n e } of nr J ... 23 .
t 40 1 92 n of n e I and n of n w 1 and R. Co., Charlotte all........................................ 14 640 2 80
,' s e i of n.w |.... ... 23 40 1 92 8 ofsw }...... .............:...... 22 240 153 Harbor Division. all......................................... 18 642 2 80
' I' .. n e i of s e \..... 23 40 1 92 1 all...................................:..... 24 554 2 80 all......................................... 20 640 280
''t:. n ww i of s e J..... 23 40 192 : t.t. e of n e 8 of n w t and s 26 480 221 all..............._....................... 22 640 2 80
I. 8 J of se J..... 23 40 192 all.................. ... .................. 28 640 2 80 all..............._....................... 24 640 2 80
S e J of s e.l........................... 23 40 1 92 all... ..............._.....................30 640 2 80 all.._............................. ........ 26 640 2 80 fall
t. ..' a ne i ofsw J.................. ......... 24 40 1 92 : .. all..:............................ ......... 32 640 280 ......................................... 28 640 2 80
::5 e } of s wI........................... 24 40 l' 92 '. ................... ......... ............ 640 2 80 all......................................... 30 642 2 80
'6 s w J of nw J........ ......... ........25 40 192 all................ ...... .................. 36 613 2 80 all...................................:..... 32 640 2 80
n e J of s wi................... ..... 25 40 1 92 Township 34 8 range 36 e. .z all................................... ..... 34 640 2 80
:/. s e J of B wi..................... ..... 25 40 1 92 all.......... .............................. 2 640 2 80 all..........................................36 640 2 80
< s w J of s e J.......................... 25 40 1 92 all...... ................................. 641 2 80 Township: 35 s range 38 e. r

'. : Del ofne i..'........... 26 40 1 92 all.......... .................. ............ 649 2 80 .' all......................................... 2 664 2 80
,:.. n w J of n e i.v.............. 26 40 1 92 all.......... ......... ..................... .4 640 2 80 all........................................ 4 676 2 80
s w J of n e J.... .... 26 40 1 92 all............ ...... ..................... 640 2 80 all........................................ 6 685 280 x,
f se J of ne j.................. ....... 26 40 1 92 all ...... .. ................................12 640 280 all......................................... 8 640 2 SO
n e J ofne }.................. ....... 35 40 1 92 all....... .................. ...... ........ 14. 643 2 80 alls ......................................... 10 640 2 80
} \ n w J of net....... ... ............. 35 40 I 1 92 all ................. ............ .........15. 639 2 80 w \...................................... 12 160 10.1
::1 s w J of n e }......... 36 40 1 92 all......... .. ........................... 201 641 2 80 all........................................14 638 2 80 d
,. s e } of n w \.......... .......... ..... 36 40 1 1 92 all........ ................. ................22 639, 2 SO all................._...........:.:.......15 641 2 S"
: n e J of s w J.......................... 36 40, 1 92 all............ .............. ............. 24 639 2 80 all......................................... _0 640 2 80
nv J of s w i......................... 36 40 1 92 all ..... ........... ............ ......... 26 640 2 80 all .. . 2 63S4SO I 2 80
s wfofse }.... .................... 2, 40 1 92 all............ ............................281 6-11 2 80 w $kof: ne! and wjofse: J and
seof s e JTownship .......................... 40 1 92 all......... ........:......... ..::........ 30 639 2 80 w }........ ............................ 24 112
";:. 32 s range 40 e all...... .... ........ ..... ............... 32 6-10 2 SO an.1 ..:............................ ........ '6 640 2 80
lot 1................... ........... ...... 29i 1 92 all...... .................. .... ........... 3-1 639 2 80all. all............., .......................... 28 640, 2 SO
lot 1............... ... ...... ............. 2 I 45j 2 21lot ... .... ............ .................. ... 36 2 SO all..j... ....................... 30 6-131 2 SO
2........... .................... ..... 30 40 I, 2 21 Town hip 34 s range 37 e. 639\\ all.. ............;t.......................... .3)0))- 640 2 SO
lot 3 ....... .................... ......... :30 36 1 92 all...... ........ .... ..................... 21! 2 SO al1..3-I. OSSWO I 2 80 y
lot 4................................... ... 30 361 1 92 all....... ............ ...... ... ............ --Ii 6-19\\ 2 80 all.............................. .......... 3tj 2 SO :.
lot 5...................................... 30i; 40, 2 21 all......... ......... ...... ............... 6' 6401, 2 SOal1. Township 3.) s range 39 e. t
ot6ot7................... ..........:......... '! 40 3 39 ...... ... .................. ............ tHll, 2 80 Olmstead, Mrs. C. s w \ of n w } and n w J of s w j :25 SO I 1 92 S ..
.............................. ...... SOl 21,' 1 4S all.......... ......... ............... ...... 81 6401! 2 SO Township 35 s range 40 e. I 4, ,,
lot 8..................... ................ 30 411 I 60 all................... ......... ............12641 2 SO Unknown w \ of n e 1 92
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lot 1.................... ............... 31,! 5*_: 4 86lot ,.all.......... ......... ..................... 141, 64&! 2 SO nwof s e 40( 192 .
\. 3...................... ................ all) 18! 89 'I all.... .. ... ...... ... ..................... Isl 2 SO s w \ of s e }j..4. 401"! 1 92 +
lot 4...................... ............. .. 31s3H;; 1 11)) alL.... ..... .................. ............201 640,1, 2 80 lot 4........... 6 33
lot 5ot .................................. .... soj 1 631 'ail...... ......... ... ....... .......... ..2' _) 040:: _,, SO: Russell, Susan P. n i lot 1......... ....................... gal 4 13 ,
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,. 1 6............................ .. ... .... 31'', 39, 1 92 all...... ... ......... .......:.............,24 042 2 SO Unknown lot 2..i5 68, 7 80
," n 5 acres of lot 8................... .. 3:;).' 51; 74 all.... ..... ...... ............ ...... ...... 20 640 2 SO Hendry, A. A. .; w \ of s w j..1 i 40' 1 19
. ), n 5 acres of lot 9............. ........132.I 5 r 74 ( all......... ... ............ .. .... ... :. ... 28JO 040 2 SO n w \ of n wI........................ :!Oi 40 1 63
; Township 33 s range 35 e I I I ill... ..... .. .. .. ...... .. .. .... ........... + 039, 2 80 Unknown n e i of s e \.................,.........:!21! 40 1 927V80 .
Florida Southern R. all........... .................. ....... .. 2, 659; 2 SO all... .. .... .. .. .......... ...............321 G401. 2 80 I lot 3..2.1. 53"
R u ................... ....................., 4' (f.'"t'_" 2 SO all..... ........... ... ......... ............ 040!; 2 SO s w : .......................... 40' 3: 39
Company
cc .........J.......... ............. ... ...1 I 0) 024 2S0 all......... .................. ............ 30 I 040'I}' 2 SO Township 36 .>* range So e. f ,. r
u ....... ......... ..................... ...I a. 6#> 280 Township 34 s range 3S e. I I Florida Southern R. an....................... ... ........... .. 2 694 2 80
Ie ................... ......... ............10, 6104S2 2 SO Florida Southern R. al1... .. ........... .... .. ... ...... ...... .... 4.! 031 2 SO I R: CompanV'' all..... ..... .............................. 4 693 I 2 SO
all of fractional n e \ and & e \\. I R. Co., Charlotte ill. ..... .. .. ............... ........ ...... 61 040: 2 SO all......................................... 6 810. 2 80
.' and w 1-2............................ 12 :?1 2 41 Harbor Division ;ill.... .. .. ........ ............ ....... .. 81 041! 2 SO all........................................ 8 640HO I I 2 80 f
: all ..................... ......... ......... 14 (03701S 2 SO .* $ of s e i and w :' ...... ......... ... 101; 401 2 SO all.... ........... ................,.........10 ( 2 SO
cc ................ ........................ IS 2 SO i ill. .............. ... ...... ... ............18, 042 2 SO all................ ........................ I:! 640, 2 SO
,". u ................ ............ ............ 20 640! 2S0 I all .. .. .. .... .. .. ...... ... ...... .......I! .041 2 SO all.......................... ... ...........14 040; 2 80aII.
<;' { u ............. ........................... 22 640 2 80 I aiL...... ... .... .. ......... ... ...... ...... : 010 2 SO i.. .............................. ......... 18 724 2 SO .
u ....:................. ..................,24 483 2 21''I w i of n w I and w \ of s w j..' 26 160 1 ()..1alL. a11..0 G--101 2 SO
I' c; :.............................. ........ .I.2i52S 63S 2 SO I .... .. ... .... ..... ...... ............. .. )Sl 041 2 SO ill.......... .. ............................. _as_ 040 2 SO
net c 1-2 of n w 1 s 1-_...........! 557 2 80 I all..... ..... ...... ... ........... .. ........ 30 041 2 80 ill.................... .................... :!4 I 640 2 SO
.', ill........................ ............... 00 (USC40 2 SO I I all..... .. ... ............. ..... ...... ...... "nQ' 040 1!i 2 SO all....................................'.... 26 I 040 2 SO
11 ............. ........................... 32'' 280 I alL............. .. ... ......... ............ 3-1 C40J 2 SO al1...... ...... .........:...._............2S. 040 2 80
1" ................... ..................... 3110 280 Unknown. Town-hip 34 s range 40 e. all..........................................vO 702 2 SO
a ON 1 and w 1-2.....................3(; 4SS 2 21 loll............... ..... .... ........... ... 3 28 I 133 all.......... ............................. s._) 64004f 2 80
'if: ; ... Township 33 .s range 36 e t I lot 2Iot3.................... ...... ............ 01 lJ SO 192 I all..3-1 >, 2 SO
x all...................... .................. _.)1 711 2 SO ...... ........... ... .... .. ............ 3! 22 1 148 all.......................... ............... 36 0406C3! 2 SO
............................... ......... 4 718\ .) lot 4...... .. ... ............... ............ 31 45=' 192 Township 36 s range 36 e.
............. ........................... 6 640)i-I 280 i lot 5..... .............. ....... .. ..... ... 3 54 2 21 f all...... ......... .......................... 2 2 SO
.'. lot < all................ ......................... 001; 2 SO
.... : "" ': ," ...................... .................. 8 6'H"o I 05 166 4
', "'! -. U ...... ... ..................,........... 10 040 2 SO I IU S w 40| all........ ............ .................... 6 CCo I 2 SO
...................... .................. 12 040640J. 2 SO e i 40 I, all..... ......................._............ 8 640, 2 80 1
; .1 ............................ ............ 14 ; : 2 SO I n e ; 40: 192 all................. .... ................... 10 640' 2 SO ,p
:" ii ................... ..................... 18 634 j 2 SO I I n w 40 1 92 55 all............................... ..........12 094 2 80
.....................,... ............... 201 l.. 2 So :s w : 31'IS 40* 1 qa all...... ...................................14 040 2 SO
,. ............................... ......... 22 caol!: 2 SO I e 1! 40, 1 92 all......................................... 641 2 SO
1/ ................... .................. ... ._)' : 1 040 2 fco lot 1 87.!. 1 92 all......................................... 2C 64228n
"/ ....... ............. ..... ...... ...... 2(1:1) 040 2 SO lot 41 54! 1 92 ill............ ......_................. .....22 640 2 SO
.. .......... ..................... ......... 28 04163G, 2 SO lot 45 1 92 all........................................ 24 I 2 SO
..... :............. ............... ......30 2 SO lot 5', 34'3S1' 2 CO all.1 ........................................ 20 640' 2 SO
I' .......... ......... ....................32 63S 2 80 lot 6..8', 1 92 I: all................................ ....... _)8 t'JS'a I! ?
/ .............................. .......... 3-1 040 2 SO lot 50: 2 66 all......................................... 30 I 040 2 80 i
:. ci ....... ....... .............. ............ 3tj 640 I 2 80 ny : 40;( 1 92 all......................................... 32 040 2 80 s
\ Township 33 s range 37 e. sw 81 I 40, 1 92 all....................................... 34 .640, 2 SO

.' all...... ............ ................... ... 2 040 280 \ n e SI 40; 192 .. all......................................... 30 730 280
.{ 'i ............................ ...... ...... 4 641 281) s e ; 40, 1 92 Township 36 s range 37 e.
;; t/ ................... .. ................... 61 689 "SO lot '; S6. 1 92 Florida Southern R. all..N........... ...;............ 2 635 2 80
u ............................... ......... 8i I 6-101 2 80 lot ; 79' 3 39 R. Co.. Charlotte all.. ....................................... 4 &U 2 80 4
; .... ............. ..' .......... ............ 10\ 640: 2 80 .. lot : SO'' -1 86 Harbor Division all................ ......................... 61 647 2 80
1/ ..............'..... ..................... 1"! 639'r I SO lot : 79 1 4 86 all......................................... 8( 640 2 80
,,." /1 .......... ............... ............... It 040'I 2 80 lot I 77 3 39 all....................:.................... 10 64011 2 80
":'. .. 1/ ................... ..................... 18 642 I: 2 SO lot 1............ ........ ..................111 19 1 19 all........................................ 12 640, 2 80
.ff. Ic ..................... ... ............... _o 040 2 80 lot 2................ .......... .. .......... 11 26 163 all......................;': ................ 640 2 80
'; ." .i .. .... ............... ..... ............ 22 043 I 2 80 lot 3.... .......... ........ ................11 37 1 92 all.......................................... 640 2 80
'- .... .............. ..................... 2-1 643 2 SO lot 1................. ... .. ..............14, 38 1 92 all............................ ............ 20 640 2 80
;', ,I.. ./ ....... ... .................. ...... ...... 26 037 2 SOc lot 3. .................. ...... ....... .. ... 144/ :? 3 39 all..........................................22 639' 2 80
;. .e ....... ............ ............... ...... 2S Goo, 2 SO lot 1............. .......... .. ........ ...15, 18 1 19 all.................:...................... 24 639! 2 SO
I '!! 4'' ................... .... .. ................ 30'' 6-101' 2 SOI lot 3........ .............. ... ........... 15 44 3 39 J V all.-.................... tHOI 280
t ii ................... ...... ......... ...... 3.J 640 I.280I lot 2............ ........ ... ......... ......21 & 1 92 ......................................... 640 280
; lot 3 and of ...... ... all.......................................... 640t 2 80
..................................... ... 3-1 638! 2 80i Russell, Susan P. n J n 1 s w. 21 .87 3 OS 3
................ ........ ................ 36 2 SO Unknown lot 1................. ......... .............23 17 1 92 all............ ............................ 2 64 280
Township 33 s 38 e. 6391. Russell. Susan P. lot 16 and net of s w J and. all.........................................34641 280

Florida Southern R. all ......... .... ......range.................... 6 646\\ 2 80 fractional s e J.......... ........ ... 28 228 15 35 all................ .......................136! 640 2 80 19
................... ........ ........... .8 638! 2 80 Jones, M. S.: and wife s }\ lot 1 and all lots 234 and n Township 36 s range 38 e. ,
R. Co., 'barlotte'" .............................. .... ...... 640, 2 SO e } of s e I........ ...................3160 15 35 all......................................... 2 64 280
Harbor Division ..18 .. .. .. .. .. .. .... ......... ..................... 636 2 80
a.. .' ........................................ 20 639 2 80 Unknown lot 1........:.... ... ; .. 349\ 1 92 all.......... 4
............................... ......... 28 641 80 Florida Southern R. Township 35 s range 35 e..... .. all........................................ 6 635 280
..: .................... ...................30. 6-10 2w 80 R. Company. all................. ....... .... ........ ... 21 1 661 2 80 all...........................: ............ 8 64 2 80aIL.
'!. cc .............. ... ...................... 3") 630 -" 80'f all... ...................................... 4 672 2 SO I ........................................ 1 6-10 2 80
and iv 1 of s \V 1.......... 34 104 all............... ........ .. ..... ........ .. 61! 680 2 SO all..................... ................ .... 121 640, 2 80
,f .". Township iV 1 33 s range 39 e.j 1601 all.................... ..................... 8: 640 2 SO all.........................................14 638j I! 2 80
,5' .... ............ ...... ......... .. ................ 2 80
of net....................... .. .. 12 40 192 all......... ..... ... 10! 642 2 SO all....... .. ... 18
,Unknown n e 1- of 1..................... .... 12 40 1' all.......... .............................. 1 2l 641 2 S80 all......................................... 20i 640, 2 80
I'n w }ofne n c 1....................... ... 12 40 192 all...................... ................. 14 640 2 all................... ...................... 640 \ ; 80
sw 1 of net........................... 12 1 92n all....................... .......... ......18 649 2 SO all........................................ 2211 641r 80
o s e of wi.......................... 12 401 .1 92 aIL.................................. ...... 2 I 638 2 80 i all........._............................. 64i 2 80
e 1- s ........ ............. 12 401 40 1 )2 all................... ........ ... ...... ... 22:' 640 2 80 I all........................................ 6-tlJ 2 80
n wjof ofsw s w t t...........t....... ......... 12 4&I 1 92 all... ...................................... 241 641, 2 80 I nej net of se J.................. 3 200 82
s w t 1...........................12 40, 1 92 all.. ...... .................. ... ........... 261 640 2 80 I Township 36 s range 40 e.
., n ejof of 8 set.e ...:.................. ... 12 40 1 92 all...................................... ... 281 I 641 2 SO Unknown lot 3..1 86 9 21"
n w l ........................ ... 12 40j, 192 all........................................ 30j 647 2 80 : Willi umsF.B.'V i of n w J and w J of s w J..... 1 160, 163
swofsej of ...................... .. .....12' 40 192 all. ....................... ............,32. 640 280 Unknown n f lot 2................................. 12 J0 t 3 39
; i e }1 of s e }........................... 13 40 1 92 all..... ................................... 3-1,, 639 2 80all. Williams, F. B. w J.s e .1 and! w i. ......... ........ 12 4001.M ; 633
3 e s e I .............................. ... ........ 641 2 SO t.' .."- .1t'_' ; ;C';..4.,4 r.' u. 672! 927
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: LIJCIE'HOUSE .f l RAY & BRYAN, CARDS.IKHI'IO II
GEO. B. HUMPH. .
s" ), ,
Well
S. H. RAY j&.zrtosiA23. L. A. GINGRAS,

Indian River, Florida: Ai(D

f Having been Re-Furnished, is NOW, IRRIGATION AOT-AT-UWANDNOIARTFUBUa' (
COHTRIWOHS
Preparatory to opening up and making
OPEN FOR GUESTS under the Management Rock
room for my Extensive and Varied Successor to J. C. Norwood and Co., Solicit Correspondence. Ledge, Florid. v
of.its old proprietor and owner :

,, ,.. TITUSTUXE, FLORIDA. D.L.. GAULDEN, '

JAMES Proprietor PAINE, I Spring! StockI TITUSVILLE, FLA. 3a

O. T.Hardware. SEaTOR: ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
Florida
St. Lucie
39 Titusville, Florida. t

and t

BACOTT' & CO., have Inaugurated a JONES & WILLIAMS, tl


TITVS.u..E, FLA., G-B.A.N'D t Gen'l Merchandise General ProduceMERCHANT. Attorne38atTitusville '.

Florida.
rrGEO.
TIN&SHEET-IRONWORKERS.:
'CLEARANCESALE
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M. ROBBINS,
STORE.
Melbourne Florid
GUTTERING, ROOFING, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,

And Manufacturing of Tin Ware. A. M. Hamilton & Co., TnrsviLLE, FLA.

4.:- GALVANIZED WORK, TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA,
M. THRASHER
A. ,
." And Repairing: of all kinds I propose to keep Wholesale Dealers in
OFFERING MY ENTIRE LINE OF ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,

Location: MAIN ST., near river. A First-Class Stook Indian River Oysters P. 0. Box 20. VSFORD, TLA.
32FOR "Will practice in all the counties of the iCTeetk
Circuit and Supreme Court. j
FISH:

SALE, WINTERDRESS -oFGROCERIES- LLEAN E. HEY R,
Green Turtle and Game.All .

50 ACRES OF LAND | EDEN.
orders will receive prompt and careful at-
DRESSGOODS tention,whether by telegraph, Attorney-at-Law an Cromyaacsr.
QUARTER OF A MILE BEAUTIFUL letter or person. 17
Lake Worth Dade County, Florida.

RIVER FRONT. PIONEER COOPERAGE Will furnish Abstracts: of Title to Dade

Hew House containing Fire ROOMS Syrup Barrels $2.25. County land

.At CC>!3-t.
Land. to order ten cents extra.
Best of Orange and Pine-Apple Gauged TD B. BURCHFIELD,

Enquire of DRY GOODS Wheelwrighting and Repairing.C. ,.

,, COUNTY SURVEYOR.
JOSEPH HURST, St. Lucie, Fla. ALSO A LARGE LIN "OFSE3:0ES O. B.
Orders by mail will receive as
42 prompt
Honey barrels and Oval Water Breakers
NOTIONS attention as calls in peron.Address .
: from $2.00 up.
DOLLARS
520 : Georgiana, Fla.

THE FA YORITE.SJN" Tanksand "
WILL BUY
G-EB. Mens' Ladies' & Childrens' all kinds of COOPER WORK to order. pja. F. ATKINSON
: HATS SHIRTS PANTS

t: STYLE 'l. JOIIXSOX, JUSTICE OF THE PEACEFor

I QECLOTHING LaGrange : : Florida.
SEWING MACHINE. ETC., AT COST.I the Second Justice District of Bre-

With drop leaf,fancy cover two large drawers, vard county; Court days, third 3Ionday
with nickel rings, and a fun set of Attachment, Oak I I \ Lawn i I Souse I ; of each month.
equal to any Singer Machine sold for $40 and up- ; I I
warda by Canvassers! ,
asked A week's trial iu your home,before payment is I Make Reductions on Many THE MUSIC HOUSE OF FLORIDA.

Buy direct from the l\ha"facturers. and Pave Lake Worth, Dade County, Fla.
agents'profits besides getting certificates of war- .A.TS;
Send for testimonial to Other Lines
rantee,for 3 years.
:New House and Newly Furnished.
Co-operative Sewing Machine Co., Rooms single or in Suites. A B. CAMPBELL

217 Quince St., Philadelphia.. An know I can Save You Money on Jacksonville, F1a
JC&* We Pay the Freight.a 42 NEAR THE INLET.
Purchases.:

HAVING BOUGHT THE INDIANa I will Sell and Deliver at your nearest
RIVER BAKERYWe Best View of Lake and Ocean, station First-Class
MY STOCK OF

will Keep on Hand Every Day :N'E"VV Gent's Furnishing Goods, And best Hunting Lake and Worth.Fishing groundson PI.A.JXrOS: :


FRESH BREAD, CAKES, PIES, ALSOCROCKERY Fine Lawn shaded by monster Oaks OR

SPRINGMILLINERY and Tropical Growth, both OR.Gr.A.NSFOR
ETC. ALSO Wild and Cultivated.Try .
GLASSWARE LEES MONEY than any other house ta tt.
us once and you will come again. United States. I always guarantee icatru.*nta abe
as represented. I W ill hip a Piano or Orgsa to
Bottlers of Sodawater, Ginger ALLEN E. HEYSER, Proprietor. any boned man or woman on trial and U iwt
satisfactory I will pay freight both ways SIS
HARDWAREAND cash and $10 a month on a Piano,and$10 euh"
Drinks.ALL GREEN AND DRIED FRUITS, {5 a month on an Organ till paid for-Dot mad
Ale, and other more than ordinary rent. On these very liberal
LADIES' HATS Foreign and Domestic. terms anyone can own a instrument. Scad ft*
FREE CATALOGUE containing foil IDfonDaUGLbeet
RECEIVE PROMPT Music' trinB*,Violins, Banjos, Guitar, !*
ORDERS RIBBONS, cordeons, and in fact, every MnsicaJ butrasw**
k Selser Bro. that is made,and at very low prices. Seed for eest
\ ATTENTION. FEATHERS, Gomp'y plete Catalogues. I have 20.000 piece of Cbose
Ship Chandlery Goods. Masic at 10 cents per copy. $,$J0 boob of Cletc
Music at 10 cents per copy. 5,000 Books of ClOkv *
S.J.\. BELCHER & COMPANY, Have Commenced to Arrive. These. Agents for Bishop, Hot & Co's Ham- ocal and Instrumental Music at SO cents sM 21
will be added to constantly. Also, mock Land Florida Oranges, Cents. Any piece of sheet music published Books d of 1I S
c50 per cent below publishers prices.
PROPRIETORS, Citra, Florida. I pieces each,sheet music size, 10 cents. Send ta

'TITUSVILLE, FLA. 40 SPRING DRESS GOODSA Catalogue.A.. B.. Campbell, Jacksonville,Fla.

These will be the main features of my COMMISSION MERCHANDISE [Mention this paper.] Wljp.

FOR SALE A :\ Beautiful Line of all Em- business, but orders sent me for anything
in his
kept in any store in Titus- J6)A man who is interested own
broidered ville will be promptly filled. welfare will be pleased to know tha: ,

THE GINGRAS GROVE. LADIES' ROBES, Special Attention Given Florida Fruits. ANDREW GIBSON tr

28 N. Delaware Ave., and 29 Water St. Keeps the finest oysters to be found in I,

AT ROCK LEDGE, FLA.\ And all over Will buy Fruits, Eggs, Chickens, Philadelphia) Pa. TIt IIs-1 II e, I

VALENCIENESE LACES, i
AND SERVED IN STYLE TO SUIT PATRO33.Baker's rr i r
Consisting of 66 Acres of Land; 44 In White and Black. Or any Country Produce my customers References-Seventh Nat'l. Bank; Produce .
Acres Under Fence, and in cultivation or friends may bringto Nat'l. Bank; Mercantile: Agenciesor Bread always on hand. ;-

in Orange and Lemon Trees, Ladies' Silk Mitts, Gloves, Etc. market. any Produce House Philadelphia. Also a f first-class Barber shop attached. ,t

22 Acres in Bearing; all in A large line*of Corsets from 50 centsto t

First-class Condition.For 5.00 each.Gentlemen's. Traveling Northor South take the fLVJallory
I ask for a share of the public patronage -
particulars apply to or inquire of and come as a supplicant, not a
dictator, asking for favors.If :
your ] S. S. Line
Laundried and Unlaun-
L. A. Gingras, Esq., courteous treatment,good ,
dried Shirts. goods and low figures is
Or. to G. J. GINGRAS, on the Premises.at the candidate for l"V1.a
..- The most Varied Line of Gentlemen's Fern.an.c1.l.n.a. between
"' favor : : : :
.. public ,
Straw Hats, bought cheap and Marked then I'm

Rock Ledge, Florida.42.3mo. Low Down. % elected.Agent New York and Florida, Boston, Philadelphia and the East, I


NOTICE OF INCORPORATION. for Chattanooga Plow Co., .t

Notice is hereby given that the undersigned My Chilled Plows and SugarCane Sailing. t.

persons of have constructing formed a, company maintaining for Mills. NEW YORK CITY FROM FERXAXDIXA ,.
the purpose STOCK OF GROCERIESWas PIER 21, E.R, EVERY FRIDAY. CENTRE STREET WHARF EVERY THUKDAT.FROM
and operating a railroad, or tram-road, I
from Lake Poinsett to Rockledge and Co the Iron Steamships STATE OF TEXAS, CITY OF SAN ANTONIO and
coa, with the privilege of extending to City never more complete. RIO GRANDE' x
Point about parallel with the Indian River
through, the towns of Rockledge, Cocoa ,4.I pride myself on the Superior Butter, J6ST" Are large, elegant, deep-draft and comfortable, sailing alternately. Table,

and City Point, FlaTJwjWW of said ,Coifee, "Teas Crackers, Etc., I am en- the best on the Coast. I
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railroad,or tea* pa IsI ablec .to+ er.tstrade,5, ,\;"., SCHEDULE.
River tti&ffe* *aM.. # W4 Com "* j* r Jackson
ate.y r, aft: ttafc worn Lake., ,r.;hk.f: +i p ;'HTStock.; PlantVpTlour. -none NORTH-BOUND, from Fernandina connecting with 5:40 p. m. train from
t.
),,,,, "'4: if; i'-0d,. ville.
v'. Sr:,_,' : ,...t'A: 1.."- L : CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder................ Mar 7&

;' :'tt Ui'tiir:. :_,..,, ..' fftVMei .kr Y _'t I.a { STATE OF TEXAS, Captain Williams...................... h "? 14th

r '.."., ..'- '' ',..... ..'SW. .. ...".nr,,"Y'Ii'J': .l-:"" '.'.,". ..v [ r CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder.............. a U" u 2ht.2SthAprl.
> '." "", <'!s '" ..s-r .- .. r STATE OF TEXAS, Captain Williams................... .
,_ y tR uck :::. ,,' "' :". ,- ..jt< V k'i' CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder............... li 4th,89Order '

: IrtiF e 'f:.'. ;_ ." : ;t; ; : ,. !l: l" ..:t all Freight via Mallory Steamship Line from Pier No.21 E. I:..New York. be M'C1U as tSpec1&l
h Ars ..- Agents arc located at all principal points through Florida, where tickets can
.e r fJ information obtained. .
Jtelrtkfi ; and berths secured in and Fernandina ofllc<
jjyttate-rooms advance from JackacnTille
t {3cAJef ... i' -ii .oirTraJna: from F. R.&N.R'y.rnn directly to ship's aide at Feruandica.g .
rs: ; further information be
g Any can obtained from .
SN klS ,yi*
.i. r J. M.CUTLER,Pasaeoger A ent.corner Bar and Hogan street,JtckwnTllJe .
4.iI .. ; .' O. R. HUBBY, Agent.Fernaiidina, Fla.
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= -;' '". H. U.IUY1IOSf'General Traveling Agent
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F. T. BUDGE. t i 71ate$.aOS pet U sttp dealerUT be...tMW LtSim
. AGENTS .... ..... fad pxttaha _
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t' ... s z.i_ 4 aoea. q.enm..IIa .-
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Dealers in pig sw! far ILDI.resells f. $ 1IDcDd: a.. ,
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-TT1LI+e JILe]OPT.ri.Ye .kla,ALBUMSAGENTSa t --

t. GEORGIA PINE LUMBER dY.eFar.ti, bbl.. tiZ mums' t

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SHINGLES AND LATHS. k t "E'm! 1T fEtJ LAMP. ::
: t Cad Joo. fI b P'I'f"Y' I1ty ire.r ) _
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,. .. PAIN"TS' AN"D OILS cJC ; W. L DOUGLAS
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Refrigerators, Water Coolers, Ice Cream Freezers EIULsm; P:1i! $3 SHOE CEJVTLEUEK.Beet F OR .

7't- ia t1wI..w. Cmnin his
:= 9SJOO GEXTIXET HAJCTV KTVED MIOC.S4JOO .

Screen Wire, Screen Windows Screen-Wire Doors.OWBEI OF PORE COB LIVES G'; a3..SO POLICE HANIV ETTKD AND FAI WELT:>>EJSHOE.,HOK.. .
LD .2..so EXTRA VALUE CALF 'oBOE.
S"%.. 5-WOBfLTXCJlf A%'. HOE.
..t1.. OPHOSE.;:: 25 S2J09 aad *L.T5 IXJTSSCHOOL SHOES .
( ? AH raisin CUHJETWK.Linn acd Lace.W. .
AT NEW YORK PRICES. Almost as Palatable as -rTIiSc, L. DOUCLAS

,. TITTJSTI3LZ.3BJUL1BAB So 61 ;'vled that it rsa bettoe s :c t:6:,
FLORID.toPicA. .. .. 41CNbd. and satta l3Ad bT t.W iti nit S3 SHOE LAoIRES..
ittadttTe tt'iseb. w-hrD pith ..11'ua.t Bet KatrxiaL. Bert ftlie. T.te* FittlDC.
I be talented; sad: liT the nmeiasts.n U WI lid iT your dfc >T. .Ttt!
CIGAB F'.crosr. | AKD SUB- OPICAL FRUITS AND FLOVJTEBS. 1 eft .ell with Uie laTJi'Gphoa.1a W..DOI'GL.L"-: CBOCSTO .*.gFOPiSALEBY 3
: Ana m1IC.h more car:,.:..
ASP 'a- Qaeen pie Slips. i i Eweaia thpro t .
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1 IDI.31 RISER 'LP.SEP.IES.tEzrET I Ffeon n0SCOITS etc& C. J; HECTOR

1 ? 3d :'er"f ; .: R. :' Bsce Meal, Toi2ccoStems. Cotton-seed Meal Cow Peas Fertilizers. ElTULSIOXis 1 bJ ,
mek '". T2-at sz ani: : 4 j P ai :to be t .e Ymest*J Sest prcpa- Melbourne, Fla.
hsndcsat "ns oa s pmnpJyfD tuFarsa I C.\.T\I..OGrE f\TJFn FEEFl. t'f CAiH.JOHN muon in tbe Yadd: far the nad and em of !

n"'U'n Jn'",: Ea.. :$ B. BEACH Indian Hirer Xuiserles" East Melfjourne, Fia.], CONSUMPTION, SCROFULA. I -- ..

, GENERAL DEBILITY WASTIHC

A. EROSGHER, C1yd SEne COLDS DISEASES and CHRONIC EMACIATION COUCHS. I I CURE t
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lltsri Farnfo, \ Tic Tfd remedy fur OynKUKpSsn, end I
Wa ;m C1 Zas S. bJ cZZ Dru I
P! Jjro awor'&a,i New York. Charleston & Florida Lines. II I


Coins OESSS ud Gislcts, I Iiggpjfil The 3>Sjtra:5oest&farsrSalpg of ibis: L ue are %{; inled> to sail 2 f ll{T : IY .s1ioef.W herdfia$1 sri 'I rays.c.w..a-e sa..u1.Y.sd iKIcJr_.FRHIi I I
FITS !
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dersP.m1Q1y 6C1lb8 3. a :Jt:: f I / .al p.es .
ble nses. 't'm-rmL I tme.N.A. For Jacksonville.: From Jacksonville to Xe-sr York. o.e roer..aa cea .-:11ft 0t irPe.o lrnh7 I' Wh 3I U1'G":1:I :IC narty: :
.II j&4 rIIb oar b rce a..wa1JUoite r..o.. tall 1vr A si> .z. d n fc Te them rr-
c f itjUCmx:: : I Tii CLKrlttstatiJM_Xu. ,*P. :as. !SEXZS&LE. SoiiT. Xtrci 4 it C SB. Jme d .-.ebMd I ten jLf uiL X XCAX ... .lUIUL Q.1.13sirt
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For iezmfc .en 3 merle: tcsijiiesHaulorer ; ; :v.a=-e 1 -.- SnriQ-5RH I beJda.tOfOeI: & +eazdsFitsLo.Isat
:" a-rangy. Fro:::::.Femandina New York..I." : J tar IXTALUSZX Qn2>T. Give Ftj': Tfc a
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'. ,$e""*. : "' : : ,,, : .. THE FLORIDA 'STAR;:THURSDAY, APR. 11, 1889. ::


<: .r c,..- .r:;., r ; '. Taxes ,'?- -

.. / f. .. r., I. DESCR SONDtEt PrION. S. A. and .- 3STOTICE. FOR SALE

., -Costs. IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE''FOLLO'VING .: '. -t:: );. .' ,

,_ Township 36 S, Range 41 E. NOTICE Lands will be Sold atPubluT Auction on the (6th) "'" The Elegant

Florida Land & Iort- all........................................ 31 641 515 Sixth Day of May, A. D. (1889) Eighteen Hundred and Eighty Nine,

gage Co., Limited s w lof'n w 1 set of 8 w t.and at the Court House, at Titusville, in the'County of Brevard, in the RESIDENCE AND GROYE

W 1.2 of 8 W t.......;............... 32 160 1 83 State of Florida, or so much thereof as will be necessary to pay the

Williams, F..B." se t of nw. and n e'of awt32 80 339 amounts due for town taxes herein set opposite to the same, togetherwith OF L. E. BARSES

Township 37 8 range 35 e. the costs of sale and advertising. ROCK LEDGE
Florida Southern R., lot 281-2 of n e 1 n w 1 and 81-2 4 611 2 80 FLA.J

'. R. Company. all.....:......................:.............6 704 2 80 e "0 C Containing seven and one-third

all.......................;................8640 2 80 .s:: a G7r of land fronting on Indian River. acres

all........................................ 18 687 2 80 = rr.

.. all......................................... 20 640 2 80 OWNER.. DESCRIPTION. S 0 8 m Sc Large, Roomy Residence, elegantly

'" all fra ctional........................... 24 610 2 80 <
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'4' <'" :. ..i: I 0 t 1...................................... 98 45 60 c c COTTAGEsirable
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'-... .. lots 1 and 2............................... 30 110 89 Emmerson, F. W. south half of east half of lot 1 -C places in Rock Ledge hammock.

.: ..". Township 37 s range 36 e. block A........................ .... $2 23 For price
i.- all........................................ 2647 2 SO half of lot 1 term, etc., apply to
: Warren George north half of west
'" : ..'. all......................................... 4 646 2 80 bock! 95 ALBERT A. TAYLOR COCOA, FL.\.

;:... J: ... .... . ....... ..... .. 6 2 80 A..6.
all .. .. ... .. 726 Unknown lot 3 block A........................... 13 05 .

all......................................... 8 640 2 80 Unknown, lot 4 block A.................... ..... 1 13 05 UIF : : Important to

';;t... all............................................ 10 640 280 Unknown lot 6 block A..................... ..... 23 97 Orange Growers (
all....:........ ......:......................12 640 2 80 half of :) ,
Emmerson. F. W. north one-third of west di
all........................................14 640 2 80 80 The i
'. n eland w 1.2........................18 617 280 lot 2 block D..3. and trade undersigned for have special facilities ,
Unknown north fifty the Sale of
,.: ;.11......................................... 20 640 2 80 10
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block E..................
.... .... .... .... 22 280 STRICTLY FANCY FLORIDA
all. .. ... .. ....... 640 Unknown east half 6f lot 7 block E......... 8 23
.. alL....'................................... 24 640 2 BO i, 23 50 FRUIT,
block F. ..
Unknown lots 12 345 6 and 7
.;.: ,:'':i,.... :...i all........................................ 26 640 2 80 Norwood ,J. C. S of lots 8 and 10iecribed in f And would receive consignments of ,
: .: r: net and w !............:............. 30 620 2 80 part 95 same.
deed book K. 100........... 6
'. ,. >:. : .. all fractional...........................32 571 2 80 page r- Inferior Fruit not desired. I
Unknown east of lot 8 and 10 de-
\. : ". all........................................ .34 640 2 80 part Prompt returns. Stencils
scribed in deed book J. sent without
all......... .............................. 36 640 2 80 146..5 page 82 charge. Reference: Chatham Na

I- Township s range 37 e.Unknown" tional Bank New York .
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Morton & Foster in lot 1 block G. described! in City.
net of net................... ..... 4 40 1 92 =
deed book K. 230........... 3 02 JOSEPH
Florida. Southern R. all:....................................... 2 640 2 80 page B. MAXFIELD & CO.,
Unknown lots 5 and 6 block J................ 2 34
u. Co., Charlotte s i lot 1 lots 2 3 and 4 and s 1... 4 622 2 80 <;.;) 75-77 Park Place,cor. Greenwich Street,
71
Unknown lots 2 and 3 block .
Harbor Division all..:..................................... 6 665 2 SO L..1 <; ;) New York. 47
Unknown lot 5 block 39 L
all......................................... 8 641 2 80 L..1. -------------------------
Unknown block 1
all..........................................10 641 2 80 <
10..................................... 52 NEAT AND
aII.2 640 2 80 PROMPT.
S. A. lot 71 feet main street 104 ,
.:': ,<;.: all........................................ 14 640 2 80 Singleton, on by -r;

,1' t. ....: 11.:... all....... ... ............................. IS 644 2 80all. on Lemon street west sub di- 1 -
Unknown vision of block 43
......................................... 20 640 2 80 4..2 I'
Unknown lot 5 block 6........................... 05
-'l "; '' a......................................... 22 6fl 2 80 SEND YOUR
: /,". ,' "$. Unknown lot 1 block 8........................... 3 26 ORDERS
;\ ..".r.." ;,'..l a................................,......... 26 6Q6 2 80 iJ .'
', > R. of lot 3 block 7 described indeed
:,- : nIl........ ................................ 28 640 2 80 Moulthorpe, part ,. -FOR- r
book J. 29............. 2 03
all......................................... 30 641 2 80 page
k. Unknown lot 3 block 11.......................... 2 81
aiL.................................. .... .32 641 2 80 ,
Unknown lot 2 block 13.......................... 2 02
al.!................ ....... ................. 34 640 2 S0 = !
Unknown lot 3 block 13.......................... 3 60
all......................................... 0 t) 6-10 2 80 JOB PRINTING
Florida. .. Land & Mortgage Township 37s 40 Unknown, lot 3 block 14..1 71
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range
Co. Limited.Ashton Unknown lot 9 block 71 r
all.......... .................:............ 1 651 5 1& 18..1 ,.- .
\' ( Unknown lot 12 block 02
all............................. ........... 2 650 5 It .. ""
Unknown lot 10 block 22..2 02
......................................... 1 640 5 15 I -SUCH \5-
Unknown lot 11 block 22............ ........... 2 02 -I
......................................... 12 642 5 15 .
& Nolle lots 12 345 6 7891011 and 12
all.................................. ..... 13 641 5 15 Poyntz r LETTER-HEADS fo
block 23.............................. 3 SO !
& Grenside all........................................ 14 640 9 86e Q;:> Fr
Unknown lot 6 block 25.......................... 67
1 of n e t............................. 23 62 2 66 XOTE-2IEADS,
Norwood J. C. lot 1 Robbins & Graham's addition
Unknown lot 2...................................... 23 167 2 66 f r..
.................................... 3 80 .
Williams, F. B. n e i...................................... 24 69 3 39 UILL-UEADS,
Florida Land & Mortgage Gray, J. B. lots 7 9 11 40 39 41 42 43 and 44 < '"

Co., Limited n e l of n w t.......:..................24 40 94 Robbins & Graham's addition. 6 32 STATEMENTS, It I II I

Unknown lot 3...................................... 25 78 2 66 Hector, C. J. lot 10 Robbins & Graham's addition r: rCIRCUL.LRS .t
................................ 1 28
Williams F.,B. lot 4...................................... 26 80 1 92 .,.
Florida Land & Mort t..................... .................. 26 320 2 80 Norwood, J. C. lot 17 Robbins & Graham's addition .. I
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gage Co., Limited. all.. ....................................... 35 638 5 15 01 ,... FOLDERS,
lot 3 and w l.......................... 36 400 3 39 Unknown, lots 13 and 14 Joynerville......... 1 39 .

Grenside, W N. lot 2................... ..................36 59 1 92 Unknown, east half of lot 21 Joynerville... 61 INVITATIONS,
Unknown, lot 36. .......................".......... 1 24 = i
Township 37 8 41 e.
range Unknown lot ..... PROGRAMMES
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87..1 92
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Pierce, H. A. part lot 3 des deed book G. p 245 22 6 33 '
Unknown lot 60 -
Richards,T. E. lots 2 and 3 except land to Pierce =

and Iarsh............................ 4 113 15 35 Unknown, lots 69 STREAMERS, r

Florida Land & Mortgage all........................................ 6 658 5 15 Unknown, lot 43..3. 54 DODGERS f(
Granniss lot
Co., Limited all....... ....................... ........ 7 636 5 15 E. C. 54 ;
Unknown
Grenside, W. C. n 1........................:............... 8 320 4 86 lot 54
Unknown, lot B. Rerdell's addition........... 2 07 BUSINESS CARDS, I;
Shattuck E. J. part of n e 1 des deed book B. II
Stewart lot C.... ...". .........".. .. I
9 J. Q. ... ?..... 1 04
page 504. ..... .......... .......... 5 4 35
Pierce des Rerdell & Kuhl, lots 4 5 6 7 8 910 and 11 Rerdell'saddition WEDDING CARDS,
H. A. part of n e 1 deed book G.
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2 54
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page 241. ............... 8 4 35Richards VISITING CARDS. K
Rerdell & Kuhl, lots 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 ,
Thomas E. part of fractional n eland of n

e t of n w t........................ 9 76 30 05 and 21..Rerdell's addition 2 23
.. 9 Bradford & Godfrey, lot 23.....,............"..........."..... 61 -TO THEFLORIDA-
Grenside W. Q. s w 1 of n wi.......... ............. 40 104
Cone lot ...... .. ...... ..."...
... .. W. A. 31... .. .. 61
Unknown / s et of n w 1. ..... ..... ... ...... 40 1 04
Warren lot ................." .........."...
S. 36. .. 1 64Unknown STAB
lot 3. ....... ..... .................. ... 80 1 92 I ;
.. ... .9 lots 39 and 40......."........... ..... 77
e 1 of s wi. ... ...... ...... 80192
Unknown lots and ......"..........."..
.. .... .. 80 1 92 42 43. ... 77 r
w i of sv t ................ ... iJ JOB PRINTING OFFICE
Unknown lot 49................. ".. ....."..
Richards,Thomas, R e }........................................ 320 5 15 .. :.. 61 kt I
.. ...... .. 17 5 15 Unknown, lot 53.................."..........."..... 61 "
Florida Land & Mortgage all...... ... .. .... ............ 640 NOTICE.
Unknown ot56...... ...........".... ......"..... 2 84
.. .18 r
Co., Limited. all............... ............ ....... 635 5 15 .
Unknown lots 60 and 61......u..........."..... LAND OFFICE. GAINESVILLE,!
.............. 20 640 5 15 77
all............ ...:........... CC:3 /
Unknown lot 64.................."..........."..... 61 3Iarch 9,1889. l
21 2 80 ,
.... 160
Unknown n w t............. ................. "
PeterUnknown lot 66.................."...........""... 61 Notice is that the follow-
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21 Wright, hereby given ;.
r' s W 1...................................... ]60 2 80
21 120 2 lot 67.................." .........."..... 61 ing-naraed settler has filed notice of hb .
set except n e 1 of s e t......... 80 proof
t Unknown lot intention to make commutation
w of 8 W t........................... 22 80 3 39 1 block A. Fisher's addition ,.- I in of his claim and that ail ,
toTitusville........................ 1 28 support ,
lot 1...................................... 26 34 3 39 r proof will be made before A. A. Stewart -
Unknown lot t
lot 2...................................... 26 66 4 86 6 block A. Fisher's addition clerk of circuit court. at TUusvllle. FUton :
toTitusville.............. ......... 1 28 V
n lot 3................................. 26 40 1 92! Saturday, April 27, 1889 viz.: William :
Gren side, H. N. s of 8 w t...................... ... 28 80 3 39 Unknown, lot 2 block B. Fisher's addition D Owen, of Georgians, Fla., lid. 1
.......................
toTitusville ....
Unknown, 8 W t of n w t..........................28 40 1 19 96 No. 18769, for the lots 1 and 2 of lectloo j

net of net.......................... 28 40 1 19 Unknown, lot 4 block B. Fisher's addition tOcO 6. township 24 south and lots 3 and 4 of ;

n w t of net......................... 28 40 1 19 toTitusville........................ 96 sec. 31, township 23 south, range 37 i

netof nwt.......................... 28 40 1 19 Unknown, lots 3 and 5 block U. Fisher's ad- = \!

awtot nwt.............:.......... 28 40 119 dition to Titusville.............. 1 28. east.He names the following witnesses to I .

Florida Land & Mortgage n 1........................................29 320 2 80 Rawles, W. A. 8 acres the north east corner of prove his continuous residence upon, t.
north east quarter of the north and cultivation of. said land vI%.:
Co. Limited. of, S eland se l of s w 1... ..29 120 1 33 .

Unknown sV I of s e t..........,................ 30 40 1 92 east quarter section 4 Town- "" Mills O. Cotrell and Irving D. Ufa- '

lot 3...... .... .......................... 30. 40 1 92 ship twenty-two south, range cock, of Horti, Fla.; A. L. Bran r. nd I

lot 3................:..................... 31 24 1 33 thirty-five east.................... 3 37 f c Henry C. Fish of Georgiana, Fla. l

J lot 4...................................... 31 16 89 Unknown, west half of the north east quar- c 47 S. C. TUCKER Register.

.- '\ lot 4 in arrears for 1887........... 16 89 ter except land of Jones & -

d \< "' ;' .:. lots......................................331 18 1 04 Ronalds.............................. 8 73 4V Commissioner' Sale.
'S: : 'y :::,. ":" ".. lot 5 in arrears for 1887............ 31 18 1 04 RawlesV.. A. lot 1...................................... 6 91 Under and by virtue of a decree of the

lot 2.......... ........................... 32 67 2 51 tOr Circuit Court of Florida, 7th Judicial Cir I

lot 3.. ..... ........ ...................... 32 80 2 51 :Howell Titus, cuit, in and for Volusia county, in chaf

-: '.-. : lot 4...............:.... .... ............32 77 2 51 i eery, for partition in a cause wherein The-

';. '.. lot 5................. .............. .....32 52 2 51 Collector of Revenue in and for the town of Titusville, BrevardCo. eus Street, ei a/,are complainant and JT|

lot 1......................... ............35. 36 6 33 ., Fla. S. Benner etal,are defendants,directing e
Township 21 s range 35 e. sale of thee following described premises fer I

Florida Land and improvement n eland s of n w w of 8 e the purpose of partition of said property
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Co. t s eland n 1 of s w t..........18 320 1 83 between the owners thereof. The T
Piallos&Orgalls signed Commissioners will sell, at pu
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Township 22 s range 37 e. : the
door in
house ,
Court
Unknown lot 40 1 33"S S '- auction, at the e
town of Titusville in BrevanicuuntySw
s w 9..7 40 1 40 sate
'. of Florida, between the legal hmin ot ,

"Unknown, s k of n w t of n w 1:............... 34 20 2 66 If you want to purchase a M. 4 .\ .t to in the May highest, A. I>.bidder 1889,, being on the the first 6th 1Jond2 day oi

Township 24 s range 36 c. described property -

Florida Southern R. s e t of n e ........................... 32 40 1 92 Piano or Organ, vrite to the un- said month to-wit,: the That following tract of land known a.i

R. Company lot 4 Indian River City...... ..... 3 89 Grant, granted to
the Delwpine
dersigned give him a call. Joseph
or
:: : Township 35 s range 36 e? '. said Joseph Delespine April 0th, 1Sl7.*f

,-,.', l all..........................:............. 14 2 80Township Con sell you any of the in- confirmed by.decree of the Suiiehor Cum
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Florida by
for District of East
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t' Open Letter. w'as a disappointment to roe, for I was anxious since then, but no answer has come. Is I the Protestants of Hungary have recently you, in all our correspondence, made one

.::' TITUSVILLE, FLA., to have a speedy settlement of the the Court afraid to give a reason for Its I been passing a resolution "to the single attempt to show in what respect

i.jkrch 6th (Ash Wednesday), 1889. vexed question, not deeming it possible Verdict? effect, that all members of the lower I have misinterpreted Scripture in vindication

that, In dealing with a Christian Bishop, The excuse comes to me indirectly, Clergy who have married, shall hence- of my course? Alas, no, no,
J..fJlaeland Care. D. D., Bishop, &c., I could receive any other than just, and that the Church is trying to raise the forth be ineligible for appointment to thrice no ; and yet, if you had been tome t

:.BrlalD, N. 1':, Rt Rev and Dear Sir: honorable, and Christian treatment standard of morals in the matter of mar- any living!'' Shades of Luther and a true father, or even a true Christ- y

'' his, with pain and sorrow that I write I Well,submitting to the annoying delay riage and divorce, while on the contrary, Calvin, what a progression backwards is ian friend, would you not have done It

.a'f Ah my last communication "to you. as patiently as I could, the months slowly the principles laid down in my Defence, this among: your followers 1 Next thing, so? If, like a wayward sheep, I had certainly -

frehty-five years ago I was a member of passed, and at length, June came and I it is said, tend rather to lower it. Let us we shall hear-indeed, we already hear- wandered from the Fold, would ... ,
jja Diocesan Convention which elected returned to New York. Immediately onmy pause a moment, my dear sir, and look at of certain "advanced"' Episcopal cranks you not-i. e if you had been a truly -

JOG Lobe the Assistant of Bishop DeLan- arrival home I notified you, so that this. Papists we might..well call them, minus faithful shepherd to me-by every argument -

fflol"blessed memory, and I rejoiced tojfre the investigation might be at once pro- In regard to the positions assumed in the initial: "P"-advocating a celibate i and persuasion have striven to

my vote for one whom 1 then sopach ceeded with. How promptly you acted my Defence, 1st, that a wife has no right Priesthood Is this, then, one of the bring me back again, so following the

respected. In the years since, you will appear when I say that, not till the under any circumstances to put away her specimen steps in the path of progress by' example of the True Bishop and Shep-

jure eaten of my salt and I of yours: we1Pe 30th of the following August, 1887 did husband and to be married to another; which the Episcopal Church hopes ultimately herd of our souls, who did not hesitateto

b counselled together and walked to- the Commissioners appointed by you for. and 2nd, that an innocent husband, put to lead the world up to a higher imperil His very life for the sheep ofHis
the House of God friends. that meet and proceed with their standard of morals in the matter of mar Pasture ?
ether in as purpose away or deserted by> his wife, is justifiedin ..
5o walked the Psalmist with another,and investigation. And what was the resultof considering himself thenceforth free riage and divorce? But pardon this di- It is related of St. John in his old age, ..

,joch a one as the latter it was, and not anMen their deliberations? Why,simply this: : from the marital bond : theground whichI gression.No that hearing of a certain young man in

enemy whom David found most capable they read over in my hearing what testimony take is certainly more Scriptural. and the Court has hitherto vouchsafedme his territorial jurisdiction, who had been .

of seeking his overthrow and doing they had collected: I admitted the I presents a higher plane of morality than no answer to my Defence : no answer converted to Christianity and Baptised,

him dishonor. Like the experience of facts of the first marriage and.of the second that of my judges, or even than that of will ever come, either from your pliant but who had afterwards fallen into dissolute -

sheson of Jesse in this respect, so, alas, ; and the evidence being all taken the Episcopal Church itself. Court or from yourself, and for the man- habits and had finally become the (

tii been mine. Now, you undertake to and deliberated upon ; and I having as- For, in the first place, if a husband is ifest reason that you cannot answer. You leader of a band of robbers; instead of ,

trash me and to brand me with infamy sented to the suggestion of the Chairman I adulterous the Episcopal Church allows have a simpler method. The acting Overseer hurling at him at once his anathemas he

ors step which I took publicly after of the Commission, the Rev. Dr. How the innocent wife to put him away and of that small portion of God's Heritage sought him out in the mountains, and

.the most mature and prayerful deliberation ard, approved by the rest to send the to marry another: yet you know as well in Western New Vork called Prot- lovingly, and with persuasive argumentsand "
manuscript of Defence to for examination estant has talked it aloud entreaties, strove to lead him back
my you Episcopal
; hastened to inform you about after as I, that this is contrary to one of the
the Commission adjournedsine his that this second to the path of rectitude: and the young '
people, mar-
taking; never thought of trying to contWand earliest Ecclesiastical Canons-the 9th, among :
never for an instant have regretted die, after taking measures to have of the Council of Eliberisor Elvira, heldA. riage-such as is respected and sanctionedby man, convinced and deeply penitent. ..

or doubted the wisdom or righteous- forwarded to you a copy of the evidence D. 305, and referred to in my Defencesec. the far greater portion of the Protestant through God's blessing on the Apostle's

ness of on any account whatever. obtained, accompanied by a verbal re- ( 9-and moreover, you know that world, as being in full accord with efforts, forsook his evil ways and becameonce
commendation unanimously adopted, that the teaching of Holy Scripture-is no more a faithful Christian. Now
That. step was my second marriage on Holy Scripture gives no warrant for this
tale no further action in the premises. right marriage at all and that the compare with this, your own course towards -
'tie 24th of June, A. IX 1886, twelve you in either the Old Testament or the New. -
Chancellor Smith later Priest of his Diocese who has me. I had not fallen to be a robber -
expressedto
rears after my former wife had deserted a year What, then, are Ecclesiastical Canon consum-
his doubts about there been mated it is and in or even sunk into dissipation.Vha't ,
me wilKout t slightest justifying cause, me having tinkers endeavoring to do, in this relax- a bigamist living
disregarding.in her desertion, the solemn such a recommendation adopted by the ing of Canon Law enacted nearly sixteen adultery; and this he has been sayingever I had done, I had done conscientiously,
Commission but I positively know that since the marriage of. the said and after much prayerful thought and
ngagement of her marriage promise and ; hundred ;years ago and assuming a posi- '
the still weightier obligation imposed! by there was, and furthermore, there can be I tion on this very serious question whichis Priest: and now, shall such a one as he, study ; yet you made not the slightest
about received in sitting in Moses' seat attempt to seek me out and restore me
the Divine Command. Jio question your having neither authorized nor countenancedby high position, ,

II 'knew' very well in 1886, as I still it. The Rev. Mr. Dunham, one of the but is virtually in positive antagonism being besides poet, orator, scholar, divine to what you considered,or at least claimedto
Commissioners returned with from lauded at home and petted abroad consider, the right way. What sort I
me
that I had unquestionably a moral : with, both the spirit and the letterof ;
ijow,
right under the circumstances to contractthis I Buffalo that very afternoon, and on the God's Word? Is the Episcopal Church, shall he, in the face of the old fogy of a watchful guardian of the Apostolic
he told that the said recommendation media 'va1ism of English opinion both in Succession have you been to me ? You
second marriage; and I knew then as way me in thus setting at naught the Doctrine
now, tbat I was violating no Law of the was adopted unanimously, and he steadfastly maintained on this point by Church and State, and of all the Anglo- have displayed your zeal recently by
Prates Church neither further expressed the hope and trust that the vast majority of the Christian world maniacs, an increasing brood in this free going three thousand miles away from
Episcopal any
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this would end the trouble. through all the ages, and yielding to the land-shall he, I say, admit that he has home and-undertaking to perform the
in
Law of doing.
Holy Scripture so
duties of a Bishop within the Diocesan
their labors drift of sentiment in this nine- been uncharitable, and unjust in his pre-
still, not being lawyer in the civil sense, After such a termination to popular
jurisdiction of another, and evidently
? Shall he allow that this
how succeeded subsequently (wait- teenth century, undertaking to raise the judgment
Hid not know but there might possibly you '
i to the wishes of that other,
contrary nor
Priest who has had the awful
be technicality in the civil Statutes ing again till I was well out of the way standard of Uhristian morals, or to lower presump- ,
some
shall I here criticise the zeal
so displayed
tion to think Jor himself, and to read ; abut
and back in Florida ) in so influencingthe it?
which might be opposed to the step; and ,
how have sought to reclaim
Holy Scripture for himself, and to you an .
advice the judgment of those Commissioners, In the second place if an innocent husband pon-
fence>> I took legal on subject der over its profound lessons by himself, erring brother, as you suppose him to be,
l iefore,proceeding, I have a copy of the that they were persuaded to recall their is put away or deserted by his wife and to arrive at his own convictions of in your own Diocese, and who has pleadfor

legal opinion sought, given me in May, real wordsof the preceding August 30th, -the case here being entirely different its meaning, and has exhibited the cour- more light, if he be in darkness ?
,1886-one month before marriage and to put in their place a charge which from the forementioned one, as I prove in
my age of his convictions by his acts per- Or consider the rule which the Master '
Ira which the Statutes of the State they did not make at that time or even Defence-I maintain-and I chal-
opinion my
Himself laid down for the
formed wih a clear conscience and in the guidance,
and hint at is a question which I will leave and Court to show that I
the recited lenge
bearing on question are you your
first of His His and
fear of God, may possibly, after all, be Apostles, Bishops,
that there for you to answer. am -that the Law of Christ placesno
dosing by declaring, was no wrong
after them of all His
in the right, while he himself is in the people :
legal obstacle in the way of my remarrying In brief, the Commissioner's: : Reportwas bar whatever to his marrying again; andI
wrong ? Shall he admit that this Priest "If thy brother sin, go show him his
in the State of New York, in conformity changed in toto, and a cruel chargeof maintain this view partly, indeed, in has presented arguments drawn from fault-by the'way, showing a man his
of its Stat- of Law meaning violation own defense(see Defence,s.cs. 12-20, thinks
with the provisions disregard Canon my Holy Scripture in support of his opin- fault, who himself in the right, f
utes. No further reason for delay appearing of Scripture Law-a charge as di- and the objections answered in sees. 24- ions to which he and Doctor of implies some degree effort to convince I ,
Bishop, :
marriage took place as above abolically false as it was cruel-was sub- 32), but partly also, in defense of the him that he is wrong; yes, "Go show
my &c. &c. he is does not
Divinity, as him his fault between thee and him
stated in the latter of the following stituted in its place, and in due time I broad principle, that it tends more to the
part deem it safe to attempt a reply? No, it alone : if he hear thee, [i. e. if he be
month. On hearing of it (which you did was notified that April 24th, 1888, was elevation of the general standard of so- would never do. There is another meth- convinced by thee], thou hast gained thy

Wore receiving: my letter), your first imlIression the day set for my trial on the same. cial virtue than does the contrary one. od of dealing with one whose appeals to brother." (St. Matt. xviii :16, New Ver.)

,was, that unhappy as my previous April 24th, came; the Court met and No man, no set of men, however learned, God's Word can never be mel with mere Well sir, did you follow this Preceptof 1

married life might have been, this dawdled for'a while, and then adjournedtill or however gifted with human wisdom, plausible sophistries however cunningly the Master, in your dealing with me,

last'act was not sanctioned by either the June. As little was accomplished in can improve (except backwards), on the worded ; and that method is, to sacrificethe one of your Presbyters? Not a bit of it: I

Law of God or of the Church, however June as in April. The next meeting was moral Code of the Divine Teacher; and Priest lest the glory of the Bishop neither did the Reverend Brethren con

much it might be allowed by the State; held Sept. 11th, 1888, when, after hear- human attempts to place limitations to should dimmed. The Jesuitical max- stituting your Court,-like Bishop, ,like

And you thought it your duty to show officially ing my Defence, the Court took a six the liberty of marriage which the Divine im-The end sanctifies, the meansforthis Clergy-neither did they give any heedto

your disapprobation: nevertheless, weeks recess to Oct. 23rd for the purposeof Word has not placed, have ever resultedin once, at least, is good. Let tire too it. Perhaps it was thought that such

after reading my full explanation, and considering the argument. They then improving morals backwards. This is independent Priest; be crushed beneaththe lessons of meekness and Christian charitywere

partial outline of Bible argument defending met again talked and disputed amopg witnessed to in the sad consequence of heel of Ecclesiastical despotism. only for the Laity, not for the
i with closed doors for some enforced celibacy among the Roman lawned and Sir .
my course, sent you in July 1886, I themselves And who is this Priest whom you dareto surpliced Fraternity. i,
and finally reached the verdict Catholic Priesthood, as compared with have been to true father
jou wrote me a kind reply,saying therein, three hours, charge with disregard of Scripture you me no I
tat you should be very happy indeed, if that, in my second marriage, I had that of freedom to marry among the Precept? He is one who-as few, Bishop or friend ; and as for a shepherdto
violated the first of the Protestant world. Repeatedly per- Merciful God I
itproved a case not calling for any further -to use their words Clergy save me ; you haTe
haps know better than yourself-has devoted -
action, on your part; which reply,in view section of the thirteenth Canon of Title in numerous Councils to whichI to the loving, constant, prayerful been more like the hireling to flee, from t I
of the fact that you offered no objection second of the Canons of the Protestant could refer you (but it is unnecessary, of that the best me, or rather like the wolf seeking me
study same Scripture
a to my argument,and called not attention Episcopal Church," declaring, "If any as, no donbt, yotrare familiar with them), strength, the keenest perceptions vouchsafed only to destroy 1 In whichever light, P

to a single weak point therein, indicated, persons be joined together otherwise thanas held in Italy Germany, France, Spain by God to his manhood and therefore, the case may be regarded- -

that you regarded my reasoning as forcible God's Word doth allow, their marriage &c. during the last one thousand years, to his prime. And for young what has he pored whether I am in the right or in the
lawful." Having devoted the the Roman Church has been compelled example has been in wretched -
f and my defense much better than totay i is not over-its loved and inspired from wrong your
the least had anticipated it principal part of my Defence to an ex- to make Canons against her Clergy keeping pages contrast with that of the Divine
you early morn till midnight through the unheeded -
could be. amination of the Scriptural Testimoniesto concubines! and not meeting thereby that Shepherd, and even with that of the ,
so sorrowfully passedin r
In the above mentioned July letter, 1 which this very section of the Canon with the desired success in stamping out all things years else, but that he might bet- Beloved Apostle. If I am in the wrong,

told you of the shattered condition of my alludes, I was, naturally enough, aston- this terrible evil, which exists to this day ter know, and better worship, and bet- you have made no effort to .recover, me '

health; that I could not endure another ished at the Verdict; but when I asked in Roman Catholic countries, she resortedin ter do the will of, Him whose sacred ut- from that wrong; and if I am in the. ,

: northern Winter, and would be obliged the President of the Court for an ex several Councils to the makeshiftof terances they contain ? 'If any man will right as is most certainly established by
,to wisely declined to inform me passing Canons to partially hide, at the arguments of my Defence, the refutation -
,
go south in the Fall: and yet, no decided planation do His will he shall know of the Doctrine .
what gymnastic feat of ratiocinationthey least the shame, by ordaining that their of which you have not dared to
taken toward settlementof by "
step was a This is the promise. Dare
you
the disputed point till the following De- had succeeded vaulting to their concubines should not be kept openly,and that have more earnestly strivento essay still, you have done what you

icember.afterl had reached Florida, when conclusion. After a few days came theCourt's that they should not keep their bastard say do that you will, and, in consequence, bet- could to compass my ruin ; and to make
written Verdict in due form; but children with them in their official more profoundly impressive your 'simulation -
IOU wrote that to the opini-
me ,agreeable ter know of the Doctrine than the Priest

that the matter of my marriage should appealed to them to point out to Catholic writers themselves in support of justified before God in presuming to put solemn day in which to pronounce your '
'be if I in error, promising what I say; but I trust that this bare allusion arbitrary and most unrighteous decree
were
investigated. In my answer/I made me my error, fiat between Him and the Priest
your
submit to an adverse to the facts will suffice. Does not, against me, a law-abiding, fai b-main- '
objection to but expressed meekly to 4
an investigation, whose soul he has also taught, and whose
should reach then the history of the past teach us, taining and'conscientious Priest of the
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one .
: my regret that you had put it off decision (if they provided Ministry of over thirty years he has also
$. Ml you knew that I was in Florida, they would but show me how I was that making restrictions about marriage blessed? Church,-Ash-Wednesday,set apart for <: '

,, whence F'could not return in the cold in the wrong, yet they still remained on which the Bible does not make, proves t the public confession of, each man his

f season to defend myself in How- that point as silent as the grave. One more' a hindrance than a help towards 0, my once loved and respected"Bishop, aim faults, not those of his fellow sin:

,-, *per,.as an inquiry into the person.case was at more'appeal I now made to them in writing raising the standard of morals in the in these plain questionings and criticisms, ners. In the spirit, if not in the very ..

(: 'Ij1 Decided upon_ I hoped that it would respectfully entreating them through Christian world? And if ,!? therefore, have I not rightly read and interpretedyour words Madam Roland her_ way to .

1, ,proceeded with at once, and my Coun- your 'Chancellor (so conveying also to advocate the largest liberty to marry treatment: of me for these y ars''since the. guilotine, I would say, Q Religion, '. .'
Jj d W. Martin Jones Esq. of Rochester, yourself indirectly my entreaty),that they which is within the strict letter,of the Law I my marriage? Have you, been to Religion, how many infamous deeds lathe '

k< 'would appear for me. Then came your would endeavor to favor me with an answer of Christ, ,and you oppose it; whichofus me indeed a Right Reverend Father in horrible mockery of justice have

; response, that you ,thought it best to deJ'.ter to my Defence, such as would seem is most truly favoring and promotingthe God? Have you tried once in these yearsto been perpetrated in thy'name I

farther consideration ''of the subject to form some ground, however'slight! for higher standard, you,'or I? ,counsel ..me, and ,to lead me back' to

-. uu my return the following June. This their condemnation. 'Mo tbg ha"e passed It may not be amiss here to,note that ,the right path.,'if I have erred: ? Have I Continued on Page 11..

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THE FLORIDA STAR. >" Ubcal: 'News. I Rev. Mr..,Adams, of Sanford,' will MARIANNA, FLA., Jany. 26th, 1889. Porter & Potter t

Messrs. Lippman Bros., Savannah, Ga.,
-Mr. Jl:"W. Cannon, of DeLand, is in preach in Hill's Hall on Sundaynext Proprietors P. P. P. : I

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. town to-day. I morning and night.Mr. For a long time I suffered with catarrh REAL ESTATE DEALERS L LLAKE

left for Thomas- and ulcerated throat. I took S. S. S., but ,;
ELLIS B. WAGER Editor 1 and Pnlsier -M: 's. E. L. Brady visiting friendsin Harry Eyer ,
He derived no benefit from it. Dr. Owens, who
ville Ga. I
last
Jacksonville. on Wednesday. WORTH F L"
represents Lippman Bros., Savannah, Ga., '.
,
S1.5O Annum. north later in the
per expects to
of in go told me that P. P. P. would cure me, so I -
-Mr. W. Wilson, Countney, was
the Post at Titusville season.I began taking it. I have taken six bottles 100 lots in
Entered at Office as the beach hammock
Second-Class Matter. town on Friday and Saturday.Mr. I Mr. Odo Keppler of New York, (small size),and I am entirely well. I feel the inlet, G rods wide and bear.
of like a new man, and consider P. P. P. a eztdi
Trevor Spencer, an engineer from lake
to
son of the famed artist, Mr. Joseph wonderful medicine. ocean. Purchasers deir. '
THE STAR is the OFFICIAL newspaper the East Coast Canal Co.,arrived in town Keppler, joint editor and owner of PETE MANNING.The greater o width can buy lots to gn0 | l1\ .

for Brevard county. yesterday. Puck, is a guest of the Peck House. acres, hammock and prairie,at f 1
Ber. (;eo. H.Thayer of Bourbon, Ind mys: per acre.
The Star-has the Largest circulation -Another young and charming bride He has inherited his father's won- "Both" myself and wife owe our lives to 8hiloh wAlso] building lots at head of lair

or any paper on the East coast of Fla. will, ere long, be introduced into our derful talent and his sketches of our Consumption. Cure." Sold by Dickson k Grey,Titusvillelia. o acres each, for 300 per lot. 'of

lovely "Land of Flowers" are most On the west *ide -I.
-- -- -------- ---- midst. acres, extent
Are you made miserable by indigestion, Con aU from Lake ,
real
and beautiful. orth-which
THin E worst enemies of the human race, -The cold wave and furious north pitiou Diziness LoiS of Appetite Yrllow Skin? 13 alt te
Shiloh's Viuluer is a positive Cure. Sold by Dick fresh water lakes west- 10
per
the opinion of St. James Gazette, "are wind of Sunday was followed Tuesdaywith Mrs. M. J. Pipher's many friends Ion & Grey, TitasTille Fla. Also on west side 1GT :yes acre of fa'

the doctors who try to prolong our miserable pleasant Florida weather.Mr. gave her a warm welcome last week, Why will you cough when Shiloh's Cure will give building sites for 40 per acre.

existence in a world that is fulof when she returned from her trip to immediate relief Price 10 cta 50 ct* and $1. Sold On east side a lot of 80 acres of nth
Dickson k ,Tttustille, Fla.
death-traps. One medico tells you H. F. Hammon arrived here Cuba. Cocoa will be brightenedby by irey hammock land, with a lake front of era
and found his boat the Ina, weeks Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy positive cure for Catarrh a mile, at $5U This
not to eat or drink what you relish be- yesterday, her presence for some as Diptberia. and Canker Month. Sold by Dick per acre. will bed
ready to carry him to Lake Worth. she will not return to her home. in son & Gre)'. Titnsville, Fla. either in bulk or in lots to purchasers
iou'win drink too much who intend
eat ; making
or
cause improvement
Berlin, Wis. until the middle of "Hackmetack," a lasting and fragrent perfume. .
another says that you must only eat -The opera, "Doctor of Alcantara," is Price 25 and 60 cent Sold bj DicksoD & Grey : 15 acres on east side, sooth of inlet,of

what you fancy, because otherwise you now confidently 'expected to be given May.Mr. Titustille, Fla. rich hammock and morning glorr portlr
Gordon H. Gile of Oskosh, Shiloh's Cure will immediately relieve Croup planted in cocoanut, $100 per acre.
Easter
will bolt food without giving to night of the week following
some
your Whooping Cough and Bronchitis. Sold by Dickson On the largest of the fresh
Wis. has friends water hkes,
won many new & Grey Titnsville, Fla.
each morsel the thiryt-six mastications Sunday.Mr.. a lot of 51 acres, covered with hear?pin
which for digestion. You by his genial manner and warm For Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint you have a timber, and with small clearing *
are necessary S. D. Geiger, of Merritt: returned praise of Indian River country.He printed ,guarantee: on every bottle of Shiloh's Vi- in pbDtCtl
must wear "a respirator over your mouth from trip of several daysto our talizer. It never fails to cure. Sold by Dicksou k tropical trees for $10 per acre.
yesterday a
has visited Cuba and every portion Grey. Titimille, Fla.A In the Lake Worth settlement 10
and a pad on your chest. If:you live in Jacksonville and other places on the which acre
of this State recently Nasal Injector free with each bottle of Shiloh'a of rich hammock for $3OUO. Thin'H i oa!
town you will die of fog; if you go tobad route. makes his statement that Cocoa Catarrh Kemedy. Price 50 cents. Sold by Dicknon of the few fine building sites I left on tie

the country you will be poisoned by and Rockledge are preferable to all k Jrey, Titusville Fla. east side, and is within a few minutes
Lieutenant Pursell, of the Signal
walk of the
", draining if drink water are other welcome. Lake Worth postoSce, hotels
; you you places most
A Marshal Saved Life and Hair.
Service after a pleasant trip to places and stores.Improved .

tempting the typhoid fiend; milk spells down the river, returned on the steamer Rev. R. H. Tozer, of Rhode MONTICELLO, FLA., Jan. 21, ';89.Messrs. place, with new cotta;e

scarlatina and tea cake is sudden death. his Bros.. Savannah Ga., beautifully finished, on lot of 3D
St. Lucie yesterday.Mr. Island] who came to Cocoa for Lippman acre,
Do you shun these tempestuous pleas- health in the latter part of Januaryand Proprietors P. P. P.: planted with 2,000 trees of all kind,

ures (,f the senses, and take refuge in King, of Jacksonville, of the soon after removed to Brant- For the past eight years I have been in among them 000 cocoanuts, beating oranges

the recreations of the mind? Do Mail Service made the round bad health, suffering with malaria, rheu- limes guavas with a fronUre on
you Railway ley died on the 29th of March at
matism, Dyspepsia, dropsy, my digestionwbs Lake Worth of about 32 rods, fur 110-
borrow a novel from a circulating library down to Melbourne yesterday and to-day that place, in the house of Mr. H. bad and my hair all came out. In fact, 000. '

? That is to import the germs of examining the postal clerks. I J. Allen. He put off coming to I was nearly a wreck. 1 had taken kidneyand With adjoining lot of 5 acres !OUt&.

disease into a healthy household." I Florida until too late to receive blood medicines, which did mo no, $12,000 giving a total front of neariv .ao
-Miss Daisy Peck and :Mrs. Schaefenof -- r. r. r.
any benefit from the warm cli good. When 1 began taking rods, A fine place for a large hotel
Cocoa, returned from St. Augustineon about three months ago, I was as weak as a Improved place of over "acre?, bark;

1 WE call attention to the"Open Letter"of Saturday, after having spent a very mate. child. I have only taken four bottles (small a front on the lake of about 8} rod,
Last Friday morning Bishop size), and to-day I am a well man, and my with a new house of two atones, newly
the Rev. Mr. Wilbur,of this city, to pleasant time at the Ponce de Leon. hair has "come again." I cannot recom-
Weed and Archdeacon painted with cistern etc., for fSjGQOl
Coxe of Western New York Carpenter, mend P. P. P.
Bishop to too ,
-A very successful surgical operation of Florida, held divine confirma- highly.W.. F. WARE, This lot runs to the ocean. '
be found ninth In
on our conse-
page.
of certain Press notices which was performed in Titusville the first of tion services and administered Holy Marshal Monticello, Fla. In the Palm llcach Settlement

quence the week. Miss Florence Brown, daughter Communion in St. Michael's Epis- Witness: F. C. OWL S.

have been in circulation'on the same of Mr. Oscar F. Davis, was sufferingfrom copal church at Cocoa to the old We Have for Sale

subject, this letter will, no doubt, be and members of that church. Brace Up.
poisoning of the lower limbs, andon new 18 acres having on it a number of.

read with interest. The "Defence"' alluded Monday Dr. Harwood was called and The ceremonies were most impressive You are feeling depressed, your appe- large cocoanuts, running through to the

to in the letter is a scholarly discovered that mortification had asserted and all of those who attended tite is poor, you are bothered with headache ocean and having a front on the late or

treatise, presenting, according to the spoke in glowing terms of the after you are fidgetty, nervous, and gen- 17i rods and on the ocean of 301 rah
itself, and pronounced amputation nec erally out of sorts, and want to brace up. for 4500.
judgment of many learned Clergymen of essary. He performed the operation with address of Bishop Weed. Brace up,but not with stimulants, spring Improved place of 22 acre, with Dew'modern

different Denominations, able lawyers, the assistance of Dr.*_. Wilson, Semens On Tuesday afternoon, of this medicine ,or bitters, which have for their house of 13 rooms. This lot is

and other intelligent Christian laymen, and Dixon. The unfortunate young lady week, the two yachts Mackinacand basis very cheap whisky, and which stim- planted with all kinds of tropical trees,
a thoroughly irrefutable argument inSllpport. ulate you for an hour, and then leave such as alligator pears, manmee apple*
owned Mr. Fred.
is doing well, and Wednesday morn- Coquette, by you in worse condition than before. sugar apples, dates, etc., 24J rods froct-
of the :ground which he takes. ing asked Dr. Wilson, who now has Taylor, of Grand Rapids, Mich., What you want is an aletrative that will] age on lake and same on ocean. Price
Mr. Wilbur ardR the failure of sailed down the river for three
even charge of the case, how soon she could a I purify your blood, start healthy action of $12,500.

an attempt by Bishop Coxe and his sit Such rapid from such a weeks' cruise, .under the charge of fiver and kidneys, restore your vitalitv. i South of the above lot 18} am, 3)

Clergy to answer it, though he has repeatedly up. recovery Captain McNiel. The party con- and give renewed health and strength, rods frontage on lake and same on ocw-
serious operation is unusual. Such medicine willfind in Electric The line between these places is the
asked them to do so if they I sisted of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Taylor, a you two
Mrs. Harrington of N. Y. and Mr. Bitters, and only 50 cents a bottle at any middle of an avenue running through>>
tacit confession that ,
they -
can, as a cannot drug store Indian River.A to the
Cocoa. on ocean.
A. A. of Cocoa. We wish
answer. He hence considers that I! Taylor, 13 acres running through to ocean, 13
Senator Gardner S. Hardee left them bon voyage and as good success rods frontage both lake and
Bishop Coxe, in the despotic course Home Indorsement.Mr. on ocean
for Tallahasse Florida on Monday. this had last *
as they season
year Price $3,000.The .
which, notwithstanding, he has pursued N. H. Frohlichstein, of Mobile,

so far exceeds' the powers of his Services will be held as usual on The death of Mrs. A. Hildreth, Ala., writes: "I take great pleasure in Dimick,homestead entirely cleared of the and late planted 31. W.i.

Ministerial Commission, that his action Sunday afternoon at 3 p. m. in of Ohio, who has been spending the recommending Dr. King's New Discovery it fora tropical trees and plants. 3Ir. Dimmiek
St. Michael's Episcopal church at winter at Merritt will he learned for Consumption, having used
of the of Lake Worlb
in the matter is altogether nugatory in severe attack of bronchitis and catarrh.It was one pioneers
Cocoa. with sincere regret by her many and gave to this place all the adrantase*
its effect upon his Holy Orders; and gave me instant relief and entirely
we think that every unprejudiced person Mr. and Mrs. W. Wilson and friends, and deepest sympathy is cured me and I have not been afflicted of his wide experience. There are about
extended to her bereaved husband that I have 46 acres, running through to the ocean
since.
little Ruthie of I also beg to state
Courtney were
who reads this letter will ,
come to and having a frontage on lake and ocean
and family. Mrs. Hildreth had tried other remedies with no good result.
visitors at Cocoa last
the same conclusion.Mr. Peasant been ill for some months, but her Have also used Electric Bitters and Dr. of__41 A rods._ _Lots_of any A _desired. fhrotase
.
Wilbur from New week. Pills both of which I will be sold, or the whole place, tacladinl
as we quote a death, which occurred on last Sun King's New Life Abo
York is connected with of Mrs. B. C. Willard left for Savannah recommend." : dwellings, for $18,400.
can
paper, one day morning, was unexpected.Mr. Lot of over 9 acres improved with
the best families in that State being Ga., on Wednesday morn- Hildreth and his son left, with Dr. King's New Discovery for Con- small dwelling,with a frontage of 8 rod*,

the grandson of Hon. Henry C. Martin- ing's steamer. She will return to her remains, for their home in sumption, coughs and Trial colds bottles is sold free on at a runnu' ,through to the ocean,for I2XJ-

her cottage at Cocoa next winter. positive guarantee. Lot of 11 in Palm Bcacn,
nearly
dale, who was an eminent lawyer and Ohio.A all drug stores in Titusville and on Indian acres
within. few hundred feet of the famou
politician at Sandy Hill and represented 1lr8.Fr.. Booth who has been River. a
McCormick and the Cocoanut:
place
very jolly day was spent on
Washington county in Congress for quite ill for some days is improving the water Wednesday of last week Grove House, planted with rare tropical
three 1823 1829! and held in health quite rapidly, much to Advice to 31 other*. and lake aDd
terms- to by the members of the Episcopal Mrs.Wmer.ow's SooTm50 S taut should aiways trees having a frontage on
several 1 other important positions of the pleasure of her husband and church choir in the sloop Maud F. be used when children are cutting; teeth. It relieves ocean of 9 rods, for $5, OO.
friends. the little suffererat once; natural, Lot of 4 33 acres, with frontage of 9)
trust and honor. His mother's brother The and the little cherub awakes bright
party was gotten up by Dr. quiet sleep mortof
button." It is to taste. It feet,has on it about 250 cocoanut*,
pleasant
as a very
the late Gen. John H. Martindale, was After a charming stay of a weekat Schofield, who intended to sail the soothes the chflrt,softens the gums allays all pain which are bearing. This lot fork

distinguished in the war, held a high tjie Ponce cle .Leon Hotel, at St. singers Melbourne and give them regulates for diarrhoea,bowels whether audit arising the best from known teething remedy or only to parties intending to build-for

standing at the Bar of Western New Augustine, Mrs. Bertha Schaefer a view of the surf, but the wind other causes. Twenty-five cents a boWe.loIGENTS 32,000. This lot is in the welrknoTa .

York, and was Attorney-General of the and her sister, Miss Daisy Peck, returned died out and the beach was givenup FREE Dimmick cocoanut grove.
to Indian River. for that day. r MPtP On the west side of the lake oppositePalm
State. Mr. Wilbur himself of Fortunately with
a man Eo..Lacorr.N.wYorkaBucklen's Beach, we have lots for ale
ability and a profound scholar. Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Edgerton and enough wind came up from the frontage lake of 10 and 12 rods for

Mrs. Barrett, of Kansas City, Mo., south to blow the gay party backto Arnica Salve. $500 per lot. These are all beautifulbuilding

who have spent the winter at City Cocoa before dark, and on their The best salve in the world for cuts, sites and before them the entire

May Day at Turkey Creek. Point at Capt. Sharp's, left for their return they enjoyed a sight of ex- brakes, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever settlement on the east side is spread

President Cleveland and the Plant sores, tetter chapped bands, chilblains, out like Also
a
Shire the regatta has been given up at home on Monday of this week. panorama.
board the corns and all skin eruptions' and positively Desirable building site, farther wuto
Oleander Point for May Day, the peopleof party on steamer St. Lu-
Mr. H. J. Tiffin was called to his cie. They hurrahed and waived cures piles, or no pay required. in the next section, for fro per acrr-
Melbourne and Malabar and vicinityhave a It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction F'rnla I !
home in Montreal Canada last I On the west shore, opposite
red table cloth that
decided to have a Picnic and Regatta so effectively or money refunded. Price 25 cents Postoffice a lot of 10 acre with :a front
,
week by the illness of his mother. ,
no Wednesday, May 1. the ex-President returned the compliment per box. For sale by all drug stores in age of 13 rods. Price $325- I
lIe expects to return to Courtney with his bandana and Titusville and "
the on Indian River. In the beach hammmock at tPostoffice
...,.
The grove at Turkey Creek affords a again this season if his mother's St. Lucie gave two or three hearty an improved- place of Krs- -

most pleasant ground for a picnic, and the condition is not serious. salutes with her steam voice. Severe Cases of Blood Poison. with house of 8 room, planted with-

river is suitable for an interesting and exciting The Hotel Indian River is closed about 500 cocoanuts-some bcannc
Bishop Weed and Archdeacon Thousands suffer from blood poison. limes sappadillos etc. Pure
The will be guavas, ,
regatta. regatta open for the season, and the grounds and Carpenter came near having a seri- who would be cured if they gave B. B. B, $2,500. A limited number of lot will W
to all Indian River yachts, and further details broad piazzas, minus the tourists, accident while their (Botanic Blood Balm) a trial. Send to sold in this vicinity with frontage ta

will be arranged at a meeting of the look very lovely.Ir.. and Mrs. ous on way to the Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga., for suit. All lots extend from lake to
last week in the little sailboat
book
Courtney of
subscribers, which will be held at C. J.Hector's J. M. Lee will leave for the North wonderful cures, that convincethe ocean, and all the land is available.:
of"Mr. John S amp of that most skeptical. It is sent free. cr
Ticinit1
old store, Melbourne, Monday, about the 15th of-this month. J. O. Gibson Meridian, Miss., writes On the west shore in the !
place. A heavy squall struck the : well situated
the 15th inst. 1 o'clock to "For Figulus, we have 80 acres
m. number
:
p. appoint a of I suffered untold
The Ladies' boat and her in years and oranges
committees and Sewing Society met capsized water over agonies from blood poison. Several and adapted to pineapples
complete arrangements. last Thursday and made up a number six feet deep and more than a half prominent physicians did me little If any for $10an acre; also S3 acres farther wesifor ,

..The necessary amount for prizes is already of aprons. Every one who mile from shore. Although Bishop good.) I began: to use! B. B. B. with very $8 per acre. I lei to sOn

about pledged, Messrs. J. Wilder needs any of those useful articles Weed was in the cabin and fast little faith but to my utter surprise it the west side CO acres, or this bat fJ.

and C. J. Hector heading the list with $25 should encourage the society hy asleep, he managed to get out and has Z.made'l'. Ilallerton me a well and hearty person." suit, $30 peracre.adapted The to front gardening of or co ,;:',
)Macon Ga.. writes: is especially
them of the the '
each. buying good ladies. cling to capsized boat. Dr. Car- "1 contracted blood poison. I first tried coanuts. w C\t'treJ 1\

penter, who is, fortunately, a good physicians and then timber. .
We ranch Mr. Sanford Hover has returnedto went to Hot with heavy pine A4
are pleased gee that MayDay his swimmer, reached the shore and Spriirgs. I returned home a ruined man Near Hjpoluxo I). U.,1 lot of nearlY ..
: home in New York
will not be passed by without celebrating after a procured help and another boat to physically. Nothing seemed to do me 8 acres, rich hammock, for $>#. Fine

it after the manner usual on our pleasant winter's sojourn in Cocoaat to the assistance of the any good. My mother persuaded me to building sites and large frontage on skc.
the home of his aunt, Mrs. Hover go Bishop try B. B. B. To utter astonishment IIIrchxo l .e
river, and it is with no desire to oppose any and Mr. Ifcevoe Sams whom he left my On west side, opposite
His fine voice will be missed by the every ulcer quickly healed." 100 of fine Aanlenintland
place in the getting up of these festivities l Episcopal church choir. clinging to the mast. The confirmation Benj. Morris. Atlanta, Ga.. writes: "I have nearly muck acres which only nee'1
heavy
that the Melbourne Malabar. sections services were, of course, post- suffered years from syphilitic blood ,a to yield enorwous1.r; aLoe

have started these features, but simply to Surveyors have been busy during poned. Bishop Weed and Arch- poison which refused to be cured bv all would cultivatIOn make a fine cocoanut plant2t ,

'afford pleasant social gathering for our the past week surveying the deacon Carpenter lost their bag- treatment. Physicians pronounced mea for $30 per acre. All the land on tire
hopeless case. I had! -
no appetite. I had pineapples
people such as they have been used to ground south of the Episcopal gage, but upon reaching Rockledge .. pains in hips anti joints and my kidneys west shore is especially suited to oiin e

having. church for the proposed canal fromLake managed to obtain some necessary were diseased. My throat was ulceratedand and the different varieties close compact

Poinsett to the Indian River. articles, and from there- took the my breast a mass of running sores. citrus f haven.aintly a moist, but well

Further arrangements a,soon as decided The people of Cocoa and Rock steamer down the river to Lake In this condition I commenced the use of, with yellow subsoil coax.

'on. will .be published, nnd doubtless will Ledge arc'highly delighted o.er'the Worth, where they had other en- and B. B.cured B. It me healed completely every,ulcer within and sore two ri&25Asasfttropical other N

appear next week. prospect'of the'canal. gagements. months. growths. ,

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,.:; THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, APR. 11: 1889. 1 1.

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Continued from Page 9. to each other i
for the little time that I
we Consumption Surely Cured.To .
Notice of Incorporation. Tax Notice.I .
of Religion Right have yet to sojourn here and I
; -In that name you ; with our THC EDITOR Please inform
: Sir, have done your utmost tor' blessed hope of an eternal union beyondthe I have a positive- remrdr for your the abute-muitil readers that The following Corporation has this will be at the voting places on the
l Bereretod diteat*. By ltd timely uie thousands of Lcpelevs day been formed by the undersigned dates below, for the purpose of receiving
destroy my future usefulness. Shall I I grave, we are willing if it so please case have been permanently cured. I shall be Incorporators to wit: St. John ami Indian ,tax returns: '
God to bear glad to send two bottle of my remedy FBEE to River Canal and
these any Steamboat Co.
therefore, employ myself no more in the afflictions which are of your readers who have consumption it they willlend Capital Stock $100.000 dollars in Eden..........Tuesday, April, 2nd, 1889.

)i10 isterial Service of qbrist for the rest but for a moment, looking to Him for me their express Respectfully and post, office address. shares of $100 dollars each. Fort Pierce...\Vednesda3rd" i

of my life', though the Divine Command, the Grace according to our need, which. T. A. SLOCUM, M. C., 151, Pearl St., New York. To dig, excavate an'l build a canal con- Narrows..........Friday, 5th ".

r Priestly Commission which no He will surely give; and infinitely necting the waters of the St. John's and Sebastian,.......Saturday, 6th, .'
the
.' \ and... pre- 3J Indian river by a suitable and sufficient Malabar......Monday, 8th, "
.' power on earth can rob me of, togetherwith ferring to follow in the footsteps of the F. LEWIS, canal to carry transport and convey Melbourne,..Tuesday, 9th, "

my solemn promise, still rests upon meek and lowly, persecuted One, than to e persons and property thereon, in the Eau Gallie.l r ednesda}', 10th, "

} Sir have a conscience in this matter exchange our lot, in time or in eternity, Counties ot Volusia, Brevard and Orange, Tropic,....,....Th ursda). 11th, "
met Civil
with that of the self-righteous Engineer ant Surveyor, ami all necessary canals connecting said CanaveraL..Saturda), 13th, h
the still small
which whispers as persecutor. principal 1 canal. To and URockledge
navigate run Georgiana,..... Monday, 15th,
i voice in the heart of the Apostle, "Woe Respectfully Yours, THusvillc, Fla. Steamboats upon said canal. St. Johns ,...Tuesday, It 16th, "
and Indian River. The principal office Cocoa "
jg unto me if I preach not the Gospel. SIDNEY I'"''''' Wednesday, 17th,
WILBUR. of said shall be
Corporation at : "
You can perhaps enforce-wrongfully- .. Osteen. Volusia county. State of Florida, City\Ientt..Thursduy Point.Frida, 18th, "
19th
my silence in the so called Episcopal STRAY BITS.It Tlltt's sPills OSTJ-.JS, Fla., March 15,1889.II. T.H.Sanders, Saturdl20th, ,, t'

} Church; but, in your limited and brief .E. OSTEEX. Titusville.Monday, 22nd, II

authority, you cannot take from me my against costs$1.33$7 to in protest the a note In Los Angeles JOHN SAULS. LaGrange,......Tuesday, 23rd, ..

.r. east. JOIlSV'. PRICE. Mims! ,.........Wednesday, <4 24th, "
Priesthood any more than you can my Cuban brigands have murdered a man FOR TORPBD LIVER.A W'. s. NORWOOD. Haulover,.......Friday, 26th, II
l Baptism. I still believe in the One, I whom they held for $2,000 ransom. GEO. W. DICKSOX.Xoticc. .
torpid liver deranges the whole W. R. SANDERS,
i Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church, The richest man in Berlin rejoices in an torn, and lru.tucvsSick syBe Assessor for Brevard Co.

; including those of every name who have annual income of 2,760,000 marks ($1,190,000)). Headache .

There are 3,500 watches manufactured in For Sale.
of water and the Spirit in the
been born the United States daily at a cost of from $."> Dyspepsia Costiveness Rheu- All concerned will take notice that six
Christian Laver of Regeneration; ; and I to $500 each. months after date I will present my final Three desirable tracts of high hammock -

. believe in submission to its constituted The British record of football for 188!)shows matism, Sallow Skin and Piles. I account to Honorable Minor Jones,County land, located on the east side of
East Indian River. Tract No. 1 contains
when however and the appalling number of eight deaths and five There is no better remedy for these Judge of Brevard county, Florida, and
Authorities, only serious injuries.A common diseases than Tutt's Liver I pray for an order dismissing me from the 56 38-100 acres, with a frontage of half a

when, those Authorities exercise their fruit has Pill,as a traluW prove. Price,25c. execution of the last will and testament of mile on the river, about 18 acres cleared,
new been discovered in southern
; powers within the limits of their Com- California. It looks like the fruit of the pear Sold Everywhere. Phineas D. Wesson: late of said county, a bearing grove and nursery of large
dC 'ea-ed. trees. Tract No. 2 contains 51 74-100
mission. On the occasion of my Ordina- tree, but the pulp is soft and pasty tasting --"OSGOOD" <
like claret. AGNES M. WESSON, acres, with a frontage of five-eights of a

tion, I promised to submit to the godly .. V.8. CUiiiri Soles. 50-6ino. Administratrix. mile on the river, about 6 acres cleared,

judgment of my Bishop, not to such a A case containing representations of every Sent on trial. Freight a small grove and many tree in bearing.
president of the United States in meerschaum paid. ."uUyWarranted.
Tract No. 3 contains 34 78.100
most ungodly one as you have renderedin has just been completed and will be sent to 3 TON $35. NOTICE, with a frontage of one-fourth of a acres mileon ,

my case. Confining himself to the the Paris exhibition.A Other sizes proportionately In Circuit Court of the 7th Judicial the river which is about four miles in

limits of his delegated official powers, a New York policeman has been orderedto free low.Mention Agents this well Paper.paid. Illustrated Catalogue Circuit of Florida in and for Brcvanl width. The immunity of this! land from

Bishop can do nothing against his Clergy charge appear of dancing before the a can-can commissioners on the on open a OSGOOD ft THOMPSON, :Binghamtcn, N. Y. County. A. D. 1889. frost renders it not only valuable but desirable
for fruit and winter
which it would be unbecoming in the streets while on duty.A James Pritchardv Dissolution] of vegetables..
PARKER'S s For further particulars inquire of
Supreme Head of the Church Himselfto small leasehold property in Worcestershire HAIR BALSAM Charles D. Sweet J} Partnership.It Benj. Hall, 379 Harrison avenue, Boston,

do. He, the Divine Saviour, could England, is announced for sale by Cleanses and beautifies the hair. Mass., or of J. A. Shippie, Agt, Geor
auction, held "for the residue of term of 2,000 .Promotes a luxuriant growth. appearing from the affidavit of the Fla. g
giana
not be unjust, and he never did, and years created in the year 1600." Newer Fails to Restore Gray attorney for the above named complainant : m

never could; authorize you or any other Coney Island is fast being washed away by Prevents Hair to Dandruff its YoBihful and hair Color.falling that the said respondent is a nonresident ,. t
6Oc.and 'I.M At nrninOItl. of the State of Florida. to wit : NOTICE. ;
and the Those who have enjoyed themselves
Officer of His Church so to be ; sea.
there will regret to learn that the old resort BOILING WATER. a resident of the City of New Orleans, LAND OFFICE. GAINESVILLE. Fit.\
hence it is impossible that He should MADE WITH
and that the said respondent is in the
Is in danger of being totally destroyed.A March 16, 1889. /
bind in Heaven what you attempt belief ot the said attorney over the age Notice is that the follow
, ever silver bell has been hung in a tower in hereby given
unjustly to bind on earth, or loose in the village ot Borki, where the railroad acci- EPPS'GRATEFUL S of twenty-one years, it is thereforehereby in -Immed settler has filed notice of his
ordered that the said respondentC.
dent czar's tram and it will intention to make final proof In support ,
the
to ,
Heaven what you unjustly attempt to u happened D. Sweet, do plead answer or demurto of his claim, and that said proof will be II
be tolled day at the hour of the accident.
loose on earth. Your sentence, therefore, every -C'Mc'ORTING.COCOA. the Bill Complaint herein filed on made before A.A. Stewart. Clerk Circuit '
With much secrecy and difficulty the first or before the Gth day of May, A. D. 1889,
Court at Titn ville. Fla.. 4th
to-day so far as it affects the continuity, & on May ,
incineration has occurred in Paris the body
or the same will be taken as confessedand
i 1889. viz: C. D. Sams, of Courtney Fla.,
stability and unimpaired integrity of which was reduced to ashes being that of a the said complainant allowed to
II. E. No. 12851, for the S. i of S. E. J,
my Holy Orders, may be regarded as boy 11 years old, the son of the Russian Dr. proceed exparte in said cause. Ami it X. W. \ of S: E.| and S. \V. J of N. E. }

harmless and as deserving no more Jacoby. MADE WITH BOILING MILK. is ordered that a copy of this order be Sec. 12. '!'p. 23 S., 1?. 36 E. ,
quite ,
There are marriages still at famous Gretna published in the FLORIDA STAR a newspaper lIe names the following witnesses to

than this passing thought.I Green. One Willie Lang there takes the published in said County for the prove his continuous residence upon and

should have been glad, sir to re place of the ancient blacksmith, and in the b space of four consecutive weeks priorto cultivation of. said land, viz: If. J. La ;'

ceive official approval of enter- public house splices a dozen or so of runaway said Gth day of May. A. I). 1889. Roche. Archie McIIae. E. C. "'hal.-. J.
my
your Witness the Hon. John D. Broome
couples every year. J. LaRoche, of Conrtne} Fla. "
ing again, after this long though much The United States government, as a reward Judge of said Court as well as A. A. 49. S. TUCKER, Register. ..

needed rest, upon the work of my Holy for his faithful services, has enrolled Wash- Stewart, Clerk of said Court. and the
the head chief of the Shoshone Indiansin Seal of said Totirt at the Court House in
akie
withhold it NOTICE.To .
Calling but prefer to rH ENCE
; you .
Wyoming, as a government scout with = 3of the town of Titusville in said Countythis

and therefore, inasmuch as you only do the pay of a regular soldier. : ,FE 27th day of March, A. D. 1889.A. all uhflTil it may concern: 'j.

eo! unjustly, I have decided to remain no The tall female hat now so agitates the A. STEWART. Take notice tha; we, the undersigned, twill J

." longer, on that account, voluntarily inactive minds of the male frequenters of the London Clerk of Court. at the expiration of tour weeks' i
of pits that it Js proposed that the pit should be JONES & WILLIAMS.Attorneys publication of this notice in accordanceand
exercise
the
as regards my divided like a Quaker meeting house,the men ... '... .,' for Complainant. conformity with Chapter .3594 of
Priestly functions. True, it may please sitting on one side and the women on the ,. i j'-j. .;. ..:. .r"r-f; Ap: .M- the ]laws of Florida file a petition awl '

God Himself that I should be henceforth other.It .: : c2V C I OF LXFm make application to the lIon. John D. ; "
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silent in my Ministry, through bodily is claimed that there are 5,000 tailors in ,6.t .": '.':jof \o,.11*, l'renuturi-lcilJiicNervon; Notice of Incorporation of flue Broome. Judge of the 7th Judicial Cir 1
and: near Boston out of work, because, as a.. 11 .-..,.-!,..il 1)eLiUty.Impurities of the Blood cuit of Florida for the adoption of Ethel I
infirmity; in which case I shall bow alleged, the local clothing manufacturerssend Brevard Abstract of Louise. infant child of William i'. Den- I 3

meekly to His will; but if it please Himto their goods to New York city to be made Title Company man and Marie Louise Denman, his wife ,.

give to me sufficient "health and up by the cheap labor of the tenement house deceased of Jacksonville. Fla.. as our ,
districts. The undersigned have associated themselves child and heir at law.

strength for active labor in His Vineyard Ash Wednesday no longer interferes with as a body corporate, and give the following Rockledge Fla.. March 13. A. 11. 188DJ. ; ; i I'

and to open to me the way there- in Londoa Whereasall notice of their incorporation : M. LEE '
theatrical performances ':'!iutintroin Folly,Vice,Ignorance Excesses or
flesh and close that day, the victim 1. The name of the corporation shall be L'Er.V.. LEE. 1 '
un ,.I.8han not confer with the theatres used to on Overtaxation.: Euervatlne and unfitting
two this paid any attention to it, r,;r Work,Business,the Married or Social Relation. "The Brevard Abstract of Title Company." _i f 4
blood, but shall proceed once more to only year announced that they would Avoid unskilful pretenders. Tosses this great 2. The general nature of the business of ,
fulfil the duties of Office where and and these merely :v"trk. It contains SO1 ages,royal 8vo. Beautiful the shall be to furnish abstracts NOTICE. j
my keep open. -..1l..ag', embossed, full gilt. Trice,only$1.00 by company
when occasion serves.If attached to one of them ..r.. .:'.post-paid concealed in plain wrapper. IHns- of title and other information as to the title All persons concerned will now tulip :
In a small garden ,I Prospectus Freo. if you apply now. The location character and value of landsin
notice that six months after date I will t.1
saloons in El Paso lies a Wn.111. Parker M. D., re- ,
the Seamless
there be rendingof "t frequented :ftM-hed author,
any the counties in which it do business.
of heroic size which some twenty voflheCOLD;: AND JEWELLED MEDAL may present to Hon. Minor S. Jones County J
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Robe schism in the of Christ stone image Association 3. The amount of the stock of the '
any Body created unbounded sensation, f;-IU the National Medical capital Judge of Brevard county, Florida myfir.al ,
years ago an for he PRIZE ESSAY! en NERVOUS and shall be fifty shares of hun
one vouchers administrator with the
made apparent through my thus choosingto not only among the public generally, but PHYSICAL DEBILITY. Dr.l'arkerandaeorpa company as ,f
God rather than man then the also among scientists. It is the celebrated of Assistant Physicians may be consulted confidentially dred dollars each, to be paid up in full. will annexed of Thomas New, late of I.
obey ,
by mall or in person at the effice of 4. The corporation shall commence on .said Brevard county, deceased and thatat
guilt of that schism rests with you, who Cardiff giant THE: I'K\nUJY MEDICAL INSTITUTE, the day its articles of association are filed the same time I will apply for lettersdrsuissory f
in Chicago was so certain No.4Itulfl"r', !t., t'oaton : IB"*., io whom allml..r"
A sporting man the
seek to prevent me from fulfilling thflDivine' would win proposed fight that : for loola or Ktlrr for advice ehould be wfth Secretary of State, and continuefor from such administration.
that his dog a This March ]5. 1889.
abuve.CHEST twenty
directed as years.
Command, and so, you, not J, he mortgaged'his cigar factory and all his f
--- 5. The officers by which the business of W)(. MCCRACKEN.
will have it to answer for in the hour of jewelry and even persuaded his sweetheartto the company will be managed shall be three 48-Gmo. Administrator etc. '

final reckoning.In put up all her loose cash. The other dog 1tlm directors, who for the first year shall be the
closed out and his
won, and his factory was 0 I
incorporators below signed.. The directors
conclusion, come to me hereafter girl committed suicide. O\\\'t..S ( .. S shall he elected each subsequent year, on NOTICE.

in the fleeting years what may, of sor- The English have begun to bet on electionsin the first Tuesday in April. The directors Whereas Oil the Sixteenth Day of i

row, Buffering or humiliation ; I shall, true American style. At the late Ken- shall elect two of their number to be presi- March. 18S9. I levied upon and (li tralnI -

God to exemplifyin nington election odds were offered ranging bl PAINS dent and secretary of the company, and the I ed the property hereinafter named, tinder -
helping me, never cease 1 to 2 to 1 on the Conservative
from 5 to latter shall also perform the duties of treas- I and by virtue of a distress warrantissued
my daily walk and conversation. the candidate, afterward defeated, and the bet- urer. They may also employ such agentsas i out of the Circuit Court of Bre I

faith, and hope, and charity, which for ting was heavy; 4 to 1 for is Enfleld.still laid on the COUGHS.GOLDSAching are necessary to transact the business of Yard County. Florida against: E. II. I'I'Pnrd '

time in the was themein Conservative candidate Side and Bs,-k. Hip, Kida-jr and Uterine the company. v. to satisfy a claim for rent made
so-long a past my
The fine compact sand which gives such Pain.., Iilieuni.au Scutic. Slurp unit Weakening G. The highest amount of indebtednessor by Eaton and Brothers; and .wlJPreas !

the Pulpit, and which as an Ambassador firm footing upon the beach of Anastasia, Pains, Rf"U..d Plaster. HI The nile first minutb and .ouly, tlio insUntaueous Cnrticura AntiPain liability to which corporation can at none of the goods have been replevied i

of Christ, I shall continue to preachto Fla., is scarcely half an inch in depth. Belowit pain.killiug ain-ngtlienUifc pUtrr .5 em, ; me any time subject itself shall not exceed one- as provided by law. I will. therefore r I

the world. lies a bed of loose, broken shell Under tor *toO. At Irutfcist', or tlf Purrm Buco AXD half the face value of its capital stock. sell at public outcry, before the door of 1

the microscope a pinch of this debris from CHEMICAL* .... Boston.Pirnplr the leased premises, to-wit, the "Red :
between LUcUhriMlfc, chafed anti oily i>kiu c'.red WALTER S. GRAnA
Concerning the matter you the ocean bottom is transformed into a : !f. Saloon.*' to the highest bidder for cash t
CCTicniA O.U'
by GEO. M. ROBBIXS
and me,. I know, howsoever it may be myriad of grottoes, towers and minarets, ." the following! goods and yehattel*. on
0-4w. MINOR S. JONES
with my fellow-men, that God, at least, built of glittering crystals and gems of every HINDERCORNS. > Monday. the 15th day of April, 18SC. 1

The only rice Cure: for Comfl. St"ptllIlJ 1'I'1n. F.nmrf'S 2 billiard ::lhh' f q
is wise, and merciful, and loving, and hue.William Verity died recently In Sacra- comfort to the feet.lie.at DzuniFt& n, :'Ux&Co.NY. 2 pool tables, 1

just, and in unwavering confidence 1 I mento, CaL, leaving a fortune of 11000. A CONSUMPTIVE NOTICE. 5 barrels of beer and ale. I

commit cause to Him. Let Him Immediately there appeared a Mrs. Verity, Hare TOO U"Cooirh.Bronchitin. Asthma. Indirection!Use 1 barrel ot stout. t
my living In New York, who had not seen her pAR CBR OINOER TONIC. It has cured Under and by virtue of an order i issued 2 broken packages of stout and ale, '
judge between us. Only a little while liege lord since 1865. She had heard of his the Cram worst defective cases nutrition.and is tI eDe8tremeoty Take in time.fur 6Oc.all Ills and ariainj SL00.? by the Honorable Minor S. Jones, County n empty barrels a.

shall it be; only whereabouts in 1883, had quietly investigated Judge: of Hrevanl county. Fla., made 1 iron safe. .'

his financial standing, and had "laid for SHERIFFS SALE. on the 1st clay of March. 1889. udon the 1 broken package* of gin. :
"A few more suns shall set him." She does not believe marriage to bea petition oj D. P. Smith as administratorof |1 h applejack. t,

O'er these: dark hills of time" failure. Under md by virtue of an execution issued Frank Smith, deceased for an order 1 set of saloon fixture. ,consisting of
out of the Circuit Court of the Seventh to sell tne lands of the said deceased for
ere we both must stand before His dread The of Japan desires to Increase bar counter, etc.
government
v four five first Circuit of Florida for Brevard county, the baymciit +if his debts ami distribution 1 des-k. and
building or
Tribunal. I strive to forgive you the its navy by In order to be pre upon a judgment therein given in a cause "l will on Monday the first day 16 chairs. I

1 unspeakable wrong which you have done class ships for every emergency.year, Japan already wherein Henry Bernheim and GiMave of April. A. H. ISM, "in front of the J. E. BOWJIAN. 4
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pared any and Rexinger, co-partners as Bernheim, Rex- Com House >or in said county be- r
Sheriff. Brevard Co.. Fla.
ships
to me and mine and I that we a navy of thirty-five
; pray possesses officers and men. A commission of inger&Co., of Cincinnati, Ohio,were plaintiffs tween the n*n\1 hours of sale, sell at pub- March 28, 1889. lOdS F. .
both may receive, through repentance, 8,000 at in America inspecting and Joshua F. Lewis was defendant, I lic aucti.,n. to the highest bidder the following -

: ,' and faith in Christ's all atoning merits, engineers our newest are present war ships, with a view of have levied upon and will sell at public tlt'6e..iIt'rllllld-, belonging to the AGENTS WA2VTBD. (Only 1'1.7&1EARTHSEMSKY
front of the Court House door tltftof said Frank Smith (deceased situated -
in
blessing in "that Day." building similar vessels in Japan.Th outcry, at r
.; Titusville, at 12 m., on the first Monday in in said) Bn>vinl county, to wir:
I have done what I could in an honor- >ig raft that is to float will from be Puget madeof May, A. -D. 18x9, tile followin personalpro1erty Lot I and X. E. .lot" X'v.. } sec. 3.

able and Christian way, to shield myself sound down to Ban Francisco Into raft to-wit: The interest of the said Tmvn.ehip : O. South Mange 33 east and or Marrels of the UniTe,,";a graphic description of
than were ever put a the wanderfnl things in filature thrilling adventures
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longer logs 34. 29. South! Ranire
J. t. Lewis in the schooner boat known as lot t. gee. Township renowned discoveries of
from the torture of unreasoning It will have but 5,000 en Lan: and Sea- rreat ex
; your on Atlantic watery the Ruby Dye said interest being estimatedat 3S east containing 150 acres; Lot 4, Sec. plxrer Published In English and German. I6X pajres '
"p cruelty. I desired and soughtto against the 25,000 in the big Joggins Jj illustration. A OBEAT BOOK TO BELL Illustrated -
earnestly logs, as be less than 8200. Township! 3). South Range 40 east, circular and extra term to S.
"'r- have the case investigated, feeling raft of last year, but none will JAMES E. BOWMAN, containing G4.50 acr's. Terms cash Purchaser FOBSIIEE (fc'HeXAKUT. VIneinnatb O.
size of the sticks, .
100 feet long, and the great for tithrs.!
: sure that would not could not, the amount of Sheriff. to pay
you you It Is thought will bring This March 1st. 18.,'. PERFECTCOF

i> do otherwise than treat me justly ; but \ lumber up to the amount of the big eastern \). P. SMITH. i I MAKER.

in this I have been sadly mistaken. Sd raft. 3LALABAR CIGAR FACTORY.II. Administrator. of the e8tltef Frank A new lorenium for making
> Coffee and Tea,better than aay
let it be. There is One who will ulti- C. Starck, Proprietor. Smith. thing BOW In use j tart Jtf of the
Unhappy Man. ... The above Sale I I" postponed until Coffee and can be used wftti any
.':'. mately right all wrongs. I will tarry If ignorance Is bllw. then he. Manufacturer of fine Havana and Do- Monday, May Gth. the samebeing the rent Coffee by or mall Tea for Poi twenty 8&lDple.1I1 eenU be la

-, His leisure. Life is short at the best. Has found life full of gall mestic Cigars. Trade supplied with fine first Monday in the month. tamp. Agents Wanted to
Indeed must be. end for full of tail
particular
.ind miserable
; I shall not have long to wait. My dear "The maD who know it all** band made goods. Orders. promptly filled. WALTER* GRAHAM. and other fast ellin*article
Wife -Button Courier Factory at Malabar, Fla. J 28 Commissioner. Forefeet* McMaklD] ,Clacla lI .,.o.1Y .
and I will continue to.be a" comfort .

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LOCAL LACONICS. -The STAR is $1.50 per annum in I Accidental Shooting. I

-Local advertisements are ten cents adyance.The. While Town Marshal Titus was rEloading i .

line. new hotel isiraproved very muchin his revolver Monday morning i in

per appearance by the'addition of the out- the office on Main street used as Mayor1 I

--'Don't: fail to attend the great sale of side covering of plaster. office, the revolver, which was a double- .

horses at Titusville. Friday, April 12th. action Smith & Wesson,accidentally....
-The readers of the STAR will be fur-
Major C. 'ti. Magruder called at oui fired, the ball passing through the muscular -
Cash
nished with 4-page supplement duringthe The Bazar
i office Monday on his way to Jacksonvillefora publication the tax sale. part of the left arm just above the Peoples'

few days. elbow, barely grazing the bone. The ]
% -Rev. T. W. :Moore D. D., of Fruit the
Money I Money / Money I ftc bullet struck up against the wall ;
Cove and Sanford, will preach at Cocoa somewha
of the cartridge
real estate. Apply to Bobbins sudden report
l loan on Titusville.Mr. (Hill's Hall), Sunday, April 14, at 10:30a. alarming the clerk, Mr. Blake, who wa
& Graham,
: m. and 7 p. m., standard time. He also there at the time. Mr. Titus doe snot
Corner next to Titnsville.
t Jacksonville On Railway Depot
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Pontier of a
G. E. will also deliver his popular lecture on time from the ,
anticipate a dangerous
dealer in furs, hides and plumes, etc.
large "Florida's Climate, Resources on little
wound, although it bled but very ,
" was in town Monday.A Monday, April 15, at the same place at but it will, no 1 doubt, be very painful for For Cash-Button hole twist, lc., fu1l100 'd.; black silk thread 3c.; spool cot
furnisherl cottage to rent at a 7 p. m. Dr. Moore will be pleased to of ton 2c.; best brass pins 4c.; American pins 1\c. pkg.; socks 4c. up; good note paper,
Further particulars the members of the Orange Grow- a while. These! accidental discharges 6 sheets, lc.; black ink 3e.; best machine oil 3c.; hammocks SOc. to$1:32; scissors 4c.
moderate price. meet firearms only show how careful tbey to 32c.; whisk brooms 5c.; suspenders, 12 to 20 c.; Island City knitting cotton 2c.| ;
enquire of J. Birnbaum. ers' Association at 11 a. m. The object should be handled by everyone, and especially Flannel Shirts from 75c. to $1.25; crochet quilts, bed spreads, buttons, bustle, stationery .

-River Fronts for sale on easy terms is to further the interests of the ":\lethodi by those whose office permit blacking brushes, towels, napkins, cartridges, in fact, anything you rant

for cash. See A. V. Hiscock, Georgiana. t New Church" building fund. them carrying the same. at the People's Cash Bazaar cheaper than you ever bought before.

Fla. He means business.We -Those who happened to be passing Men's Undershirts, from 20c. to 40c.BOBBINS ,

call attention this week to the down Washington avenue Monday morn- -Don't fail to attend the great sale of II

card of Mr. J. F. Lewis, Civil Engineerand ing were soon aware of the changes Mr. horses at Titusville:\ ,=Friday, April 12th

Surveyor, in another column. S. Belcher is making in the arrangementof
Capsized.
shell lime of A 1 quality is : his store. He has rented a part of it .
Oyster I.
,offered for sale by J. S. Watson of El to Dr. Striven, recently of Texas, who While Bishop Weed and Archdeacor. I
from Titus-
v few months was married to Carpenter were on their wily
Price furnished on application. only a ago _. .
Dora.
I Miss Charlotte Sauls, of Osteen. Dr. vine to Courtney last Thursday in the I
-Sergeant Herscy made a trip to Rock- ailboat Bessie, belonging to Mr. Sams,
Scriven will open a drug store in these ; & GRAHAM i
ledge last Saturday to close up the Government quarters ; at the same time Mr. Belcher they were suddenly capsized off Pine Island ,
telegraph station at that place. wind.. The water
will continue the bakery, using the little by a heavy puffof

-Just received at J. Birnbaum's, a shop just vacated by Mr. Nolle for that was about eight feet deep, and in this :

\ fine lot of Children's waists for children situation they were almost helpless, ex
purpose. BROKERS & LOAN AGENTS.
REAL ESTATE
from four to twelve years old. From -1\Ir M. E. Titus showed a STAR reporter cept to cling to the boat. Seeing no assistance i t

25 cents to 100. flower was likely to appear in any !sailboats -
last Saturday a beautiful
-\1r. and Mrs W. M. Brown returned coming np or down the river, and: .
called the "Veiled Nun, a rare varietyof
from a trip to_ Lake Worth and vicinity the orchid family. This plant, which, the sailor of the boat'being a youth in' LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD.
with their trip. his teens Mr. Carpenter determined to (
yesterday much pleased of course, is native only of the South, .
Captain Pritchard and wife started for she obtained from friends in Georgia.It strike out for the shore for assistance. Loans Negotiated on First Class Security at from 12 to 24 per cent. ;

The distance he had to we are not
a similar trip yesterday.J blooms but once a year, when it sends go Choice lots in rapidly growing Towns, will net investors 100 percent
of but he succeeded in gaining the
A. Durst, of Crescent City, the forth a spike containing, perhaps, a dozen aware in twelve months. ,
pioneer well-sinker of the State of Florida -, distinct flowers The center of the flower shore and walking to the nearest" house Residence lots in Titusville from $20 up to $1000. ,

in! now operating at City Point, as the name indicates, resembles; a rorassistanceandarescuingboat. Bishop Business lots from $250 to $2,500. :
l be ad Weed wa quite indisposed! for awhile
where all correspondence may miniature veiled nun, which is a pure

dressed and information be obtained.A white, almost completely enveloped by after the accident, but proceeded on his Agents for Florida Southern Railway Lands ;
way to Lake Worth a day or so later.
carload of improved Texas horses the calyx. Outside of th calyx there

will be sold by auction to the highest there are five petals of almost a choco- His )yachtingexperience on Indian River, More than 3,000,000 Acres of Choice Lands, located in nearly everycounty t

bidder, for cash, in front of the Grand late color. The flower is a beautiful one, we think, must dampen his ardor for in the State, suitable for Farming, Grazing, Fruit and Vegetable ;.

View, Titusville, tomorrow (Friday), and must be seen to be appreciated.A any more sailboat-- traveling.. Growing-Pine, Cypress and Cedar Timber, price $1 per Acre and

A'pril 12th. Rain or shine, the sale will trout measuring over twenty- -Don't fail to attend the great sale of upwards. .

take place. seven inches in length was captured at lorses at Titusville, Friday, April 12th. P. 0. Box 250 Titusville, Florida. :.

-That there will be a change in the the railroad wharf very easily Sunday !

railroad and steamboat schedule within a morning, having gotten himself in the Attention Taxpayers.The A. A. STEWART, GEO. M. BOBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM.

few days everyone is:: quite confident of, peculiar predicament of trying to swal- books for assessing the town Clerk Circuit Court. Atty. at Law. M. D.

but just how the changes will be made is low a fish called "The Sailor's Choice," axes are now open. All persons owning -

not yet known to the officials" this which actually measured over eight inches property within the corporate BREVARD ABSTRACT OF TITLE COMPAHY :
in length. The trout had partially limits of the town of Titusville:: will
place. pl lease make returns of the same.S. t
-Owing to the indisposition of Mr. swallowed the fish, and being unable to F. GRAY, Complete Abstracts of Title furnished! to all lands In Bre ;j

Huntington, of Enterprise, last week, engulf him, nor eject him from his voracious Tax Assesor. yard count, Florida. j,

held at St. Ga- grasp, he was drowned, so to speak,
not
the usual service was For Sale, Titles Examined and Perfected.
Service will beheld and laid almost helpless on the surface of i
briel's church Sunday.
Boat
An excellent Sailing Ulat-bottom ,
the coming Sabbath at 10:30 a. m. the water. In this state tie !rou twas 53! feet long, beam 8 feet, draws 14 Box 25O, Titusville. Fla. 1

' and 7:30 p. m. picked up, and but for the fact that this I inches of water with brick ballast under .

incident was seen by creditable witnessesit jelling. Sloop-rig, with new sails of 8oz. l
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-The Hotel Indian River has closed luck. Boat first-class order th roughUt. -
might be doubted by some persons; in GRAND VIEW HOTEL
I Mr. J. M. Lee left-Jacksonville Monday > For further particulars enquire at J. PRITCHARD,President. :
in-
1 however, it is vouched for by our
noon. This hotel was kept open he STAR office. 44 \V. M. BROW\Casbler. t t
formant.Mr. .
about a week longer than expected by TITUSVILLE, FLA. '

I the few remaining guests who were prone J. L. Jenson, of Eden, has been For Sale. -0- INDIAN RIVER BANK. !1

t} to leave the Indian River. in town this week. Millinery, Dress Making, Fancy Goods
few I I and Notion Establishment, on Washing- The most centrally locate Hotel in City
call -Mrs. 3J. Simonson is spending a
desires to
B. Bumph
-Mr. Geo. A well estab
ton: Av., Titusville, Fla. Titusville, Florida.
the attention of ladies to hislarge, varied days with friends on Banana Biver. ished business, clean stock, neat and well -0-. '

.and complete assortment of ladies' miss- -R. Gamble and wife and Miss L. B. appointed store-2-stories. Will be disposed NEW HOUSE. FIRST-CLASS IN A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS1UJt

i es' and children's slippers and buskins; Gamble of Jacksonville, were registered at of on reasonable terms. Long EVERY RESPECT SACTED. ;

of ladies' kid the Grand View Monday.Mr. : ground; lease-moderate rent. Suitable .
, also a magnificent line easons will be given for sellin AddressP. Open all the round. Table unsurExchange bought and sold. Special and i
year
t shoes. Orders solicited from down the A. G. Kingsbury, proprietor O. Box 244, Titusville, Fla. prompt attention given to collections. Lvaaapassed. t'
Bath Rooms Free. negotiated on first mortgage for SaTtAI'Danks
( river DeLand Ice Factory and Machine Works, Corporations and Individuals. Inter*

1 -Mr. Sam Happersett has accepted a was in our town Monday.Dr. FOR SALE. Rates, 82.:>0 & $3.00 per Day. est Uowedou time deposits.
Advances made available collateral f
position in the merchandise house! of Mr. G. W. IIolmes and wife and Mrs. A tract of land on Indian River in the SPECIAL RATES PER WEEK. Approved business upon pa erdiecounted. t
t Dennison of Point registered at Brevard consisting of 88 : Drafts on all parts of Europe. ,
Geo. B. Bumph, :Mr. Gus Miller having City were county of : Business done at Jacksonville rates.
given his position with this house. the Grand View Tuesday.Mr. acres; it being lot No. 3, and south half J. A. MILLER, Proprietor.J. Every favor consistent with toana
up of the northeast quarter of section 35, -1 banking cheerfully e tended. l
i Mr. G. Nolle takes charge of the furni- Herbert Bessey, of Waveland, .
and lot No. 3, being the southwest qUarter M.i SAWYER & SOX CORRESPONDENTS: Bank Jacksonville.
ture stand since Mr. Happersett's de- proved up his final proof before the Clerkof of the northwest quarter of section Jacksonville Fla.; Tile Seaboard XaU-p J

parture.Mr.. the Circuit Court Tuesday.We 36, both in township 31 south, range 39 Bank New 1:ork. t

N. C. Bryan, who has been attending received a pleasant call yesterday east. This is a very desirable piece of Yacht Sail-makers: _- i
rich suitable
hammock, soil of quality ,
to the new artesian well at Mr. from Capt. J. Wilder, of Melbourne, for the raisin? of all tropical fruits. Is

Feaster's place, LaGrange, informed us and Mr. J. F. Chase, Malabar.: situated at. the Narrows, nearEnos post- 84 & 85 South St., New York PORTER & POTTER j

last week that he had reached a depth of --Mr. and Mrs. John Goode gave our office. Will sell cheap for cash. For AND ,i

4&0 feet and still no flow of water. office short call particulars address
a Monday morning, on i'
E. M. LOW, FOOT OF 55TH ST., ATLANTIC i
Messrs. Ray & Bryan's contract ends at their way to Hyde Park, 111., to spend the Sept. 3. Brockton. Mass.

a depth of 500 feet, but we learn since summer. YACHT BASIN BROOKLYN. Real Estate Dealers :;

t that they have contracted to go to water. The fast mail being nearly four hours

I office received call late Friday evening the train on Indian E
-Our
a pleasant Particular attention given to Pleasure Lake Wortu Dade Co., Fla.
t,
River division did not wait for it. Hencewe
last week from Mr. U. M. Gardner of Boat Sails of all descriptions. 50,
had mail that .
no evening.Mr.
of that
Tallahassee, a representative I
r staunch and reliable newspaper The Milton Grover is off on a six- t

Floridian. He was very much pleased weeks' trip throughout the northwestern ts<
with the river, and expresses, in his States. During this time his intention is ROYALowaseurmriq" C1yde S1ea ship O a f

> opinion, that it is the best part of Flor- to work up a boom in real estate for Indian ....'1: ...
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ida. River. 0

-Miss Marie Thomas, of Valdosta, Ga., New York, Charleston & Florida Lines. t
-Captain Watson has had the steamer c ,
Cleo thoroughly overhauled and a great a niece of Mrs. Dr. Wiley, of this place, *,=';".\ -s{, The. Magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed to sail as follows : .j Ii
with whom she has been for -
amount of carpenter work has been done staying a j- (Standard Time.)
few weeks, started for her home yesterday. r J I j
ion She will be used )
the boat. mainly as "" I f' ''
While here, )Ii Marie became a
,a dispatch boat for the Steamboat Company Prom Jacksonville to New York. For Jacksonville. ;
favorite with she met, and especially -
1 and will also be ready to take the everyone : IROQUOIS Th u relay, April 4, at 7 a. m (Direct or calling at Charleston j 1 I I
and wile )
loved Dr
. run of steamer on ,a mail route, by Wiley' I SEMINOLE Thursday, April 11, at noon SEMINOLE Friday April 5, at 5 P. J j t
any 4KIPDWDER CHEROKEE, Sunday. at 2 at 3 ,
who regret her departure April 14. p. m CHEROKEE, Tuesday, April P.
when such steamer is temporarily disabled IROQUOIS Thur day, April 18, at SSO a. m. IROQUOIS Friday, April 12 at 3 PSEMIXOLE ,- .III'S.
SEMIXOLE. Sunday April 21. at 8 16. at 3"-
-The many friends of Mr. A. Hildreth, a in. Tnewlay, April I
CHEROKEE, Thursday, April :5. at noon CHEKOKEE Fridar. April 19 a' 3 F- i
I of Merritt, will learn with regret the deathof IROQUOIS, Sunday, April. 28, at 2:30 p. m IROQUOIS. Tuesday. April.:3. 3 P- t
talkedof SEMINOLE, Thursday, May 2. at 8CO: 26. at 3 >_ ? t
-The masqerade ball which was his wife, at his home on Merrill's Island a. m SEMINOLE. Friday April 1 ti

for some evening during the week folIowing'E.SterSunday Sunday morning last. Mrs. Hildreth suffered From Fernandina to New York For Fernandina. 1

has been given up; with heart trouble, with which ale YE1US EF. Monday. April 8. at 9 a. m (Direct or calling at Charleston.)3 ps' I
DELAWARE, Sunday, April 14, at 4 p. m YEMASSEE. Tuesday. April 2. at /
but_ a fancy dress and calico ball will be lingered for several days. Her son, E. A. YEMASSEE. Monday, April 12, at 9 a. m DELAWARE Tuesday, Apr 9, at S p. t

given' :instead, on Easter Monday, April22ndt Hildreth, reached Merritt last Saturday, Absolutely Pure. YEMASSEE.DELAWARE, Sunday Sunday, May April .28 5,, at at 3 8 p.p. m m YEYA DELAWARE EF., Taerday.Tuesday, April April 141 21,, S 3 p.P- '
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under the management of Captain being summoned by a telegram by the physician This powder never varies. marvel of purity, YElIASSEE/, Tntday. April 30. at jjj,

H. Q. Hawley and Mr. Chas. H. Walton, in charge, Dr. G., W. Holmes. Mr. strength, and wholesomeuens. More economicalthan For Information Regarding]freight and Passage, apply to E

with Mr. C.,' D.- ,Rhodes as master of Hildreth and son accompanied the remains competition the ordinary with the kinds tnaltUndt and of canuot low teat be sold short in J.J.LESLIE.A. STEAD.. Agent Airent.Jacksonville Fern aodina. ; T. O. EOtI t;, Traffic Manager. 3i Broad way,>."York:

ceremonies. To take place at Wager's Monday to Columbus,Ohio e where the body cam.weight,Royal alum Baking or phonuhate Powder powdrrft.Co.. JOJ Sold Wall only Street in, JOHN' L.HOW ABD.. T. F.A.,Jacksonville F. M. IAONMO)0ER.T P.A.,.JacboDd1Je. .

Hall. will be interred. New York. WM.'P. CLYDE & CO, General.igents, q5 Broadway,,New York.

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