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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 18, 1889
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (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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THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1889. NO. 52. "

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DAUGHTERS OF EVE. An English milliner deserves immortality I I 1

at the bands of the theatre going public for CURIOUS THINGS OF LIFE. t France, Austria and Germany have adopt. -' j

I Empress Frederick will receive about her invention of the "collapsible' bonnet. t I ed smokeless gunpowder for their armies,and PERSONAL GOSSIP.
IS.SJfrom the Gallfcra legacy. I The wires in it run from a common center it Owing to cut rates a man recently rode are now experimenting to get an explosive J
from
women's work will be made by folds like a fan and can be pocketed or sat miles Dayton for $L Wy. T., to St Louis :?,OOO which shall also be noiseless. This endeavorhas I rgeMeredith is writing two new novel

1P nations at the Paris exhibition. ; upon at pleasure without the least damage.The I been fairly successful, and experts say
f.1 odd It is alleged that it dine Newman, now in his 89th year,
heiress is Marchioness flower pockets now so much the fashion takes $5,000 distributedas that by the time the next European war be!t, <
jaiaa's !greatest fortune of $6,000,000 in herStevenson's for bridesmaids are cut out -of cardboard, tips in the police department to get a permit gins the noise and smoked battle will have life as a lawyer.

with a covered with the gown stuff, and then have I to open a new club in Paris. been done away with. I is reported Vktorien Sardou contem.es

right. i the chosen blossoms sewed thick all over them ,; Two negroes have been seized with leprosy a visit to the United States.
wife is said
toTttrtnz I
& Loui resemblance to Lotto and are hung from the waist by ribbons fa Elberton, Ga. One has turned white, OUR TELL TALE HANDS. I Marion Crawford,the novelist,reads Latin,
iwsonal while
matching or contrasting well with the cos- i: the other has broken out in spots. !! The white band Greek, Sanscrit Arabic and Persian with
proclaims innocence, the
tume. A Rochester
rfgkMV j man has
opened a "boarding facility.The
S,ja BttDas, a writer of short storiesSat ;! Round hats have low ; stable for bicycles." He takes charge of the red hand guilt. ,
crowns and a deal of Duke of Westminster is worth about
has just pub-
twenty-five years machines while A hand that Is soft and indicates
their flabby
a ;
brim in front with owners are at business. .
next
to
none at i his i
La book. back. weak and Inefficient $ .OOOOOO,and annual income is set down ;,
character
her first Directoire styles have the brim straight out j The Dacca Shakti-an Indian paper-avers I at f4.000.00a ..rI
to Humphry Ward "Robert Elsmere" and are trimmed with many plumes. Empire ; that there is living at Baruda near Dacca, A lean, nervous hand, with a grasp of much I r r
Adirondack
juired undying fame. A new linen ones are in poke shape and simply overrun a Yogi who is more than 150 years old. He spasmodic force indicates cruelty.The honest Murray is trying to turn an f"
by lecturing on "How to Become
haS been named after it. : with flowers. Roses are always and every- I is strong and able bodied. He talks with alL thumbs of the dying turn in under the Millionaire penny .

to Catherine Willard, Mrs. Cleveland'stime where first favorites. !I A citizen of Hagerstown. Md., claims that fingers,as if conscious that their work is done. I : ,

friend, is now in Berlin, and lately Cotton stuffs for summer come in all shades the inside of a box in his possession was made A hand that is firm and solid foretells a good i Young )Ir. Phelps, of New Jersey, has just s,

t r*.P before the all powerful Countess Wald- ,! of red, in a dozen tones of blue, in pink gray i of a part of the Penn treaty tree, and the constitution and a patient and preservingmind. set for out a two with years'his new bridal wife tour.and a steam yacht ,

| and in lavender. Black and white are com- ) outside of a part of the original coffin ofi

tttfa chamberlain has captured London by bined with them in nearly all the big broken i I Washington. j The laying on of hands is an old custom be- I Rev Dr. Selah Merrill, of Andover, possesses

graceful and charming manner, and her plaids, that are immensely stylish if well j! A steam yacht, built in England, lately lieved to have peculiar value in curing disease : one of the finest collections of Palestinian

gtyjmile is always ready for the poorest ( worn, but confusion worse confounded in the i j made a lemarkable'oyage by sailing across by faith. i i antiquities in the world.

; hands of an unskilleddreesmaker.-NewYork I! the channel, up the river Seine, and thence Newton 1Ared that in want of other proofsthe I Joaquin Miller takes a great interest in

cilia Logan, who after twenty year of !: Comrcercial Advertiser. by canals and rivers to Marseilles on the thumb would convince him of the existence : trees and has been appointed a member of

ugoce has just blossomed out into a no velijjtraia I I Mediterranean sea. : of a God. : the California Forestry commission. f

New York and is, in private life SOME FJCH AMERICAN CITIZENS. I Among some old papers in London recent- I I i Browning says that "How the Good News

li Connolly. {I ly a genuine likeness of John Bunyan as he I I THE LATEST IN JEWELS. Was Brought From Ghent to Aix" was written .x

gone: one has discovered that women never '| Leland Stanford is worth $40,000,000. appeared in his prison cell at Bedford has I. on a vessel off the African coast and has ,

i IjjfcB time by calendar years, but always j i Warner Miller is worth $ ,OOOOOO. just bean discovered, for which the owner I Colored diamonds combined with perfect no historic basis.Valentine :,

fjio many years ago instead of in the yeuI) Secretary Windom is worth 5000000. demands 1,000 guinea white ones is a fancy excessively indulged in I: Prinsep the famous English '

jSj.or whatever year may be meant. I j Wm. A. Rockefeller The English courts hold that when a man once more by high price purchasers.Hair I artist best known as "Yal," stands six feet
i is
worth I
$
,000,000. three in his He is writer
pirate,letters lately received from the I writes asking another to "favor him with a decorations of pleasing character ore I stockings. a play as
: Marlborough announce that both P.T. Barnum began poor and has$5,000,000. I check" for a bill the intent is that the check 1 I filigree gold roses with a diamond in the well as a painter.

p1ltsnd husband will visit America next I'!! Claus Spreckles is rated as high as$20,<00- r is to be sent by post, and the creditor is liable heart and a twisted stem of gold to piercethe t George B. Lane. just elected state superintendent -

October to spend the social season in New |; oooiI 1 if the check is lost in the mails. hair. I of public instruction in Nebraska, is

Ion I I Jay Gould cannot be worth less than $75- 'I' Some of the "cures" at a European resort Now the silversmiths are utilizing the : a graduate of Dartmouth college*Chandler ,

One of the newly elected aldermen of the 000,000.. are mineral water cure, grape cure whey horseshoe and clover leaf pattern as a garter II scientific department, class of 1SI57. "t

atycf London is Miss Emma Cons, a woman I Russell Sage is 70 years old and worth $40- cure, cold water cure, massage cure, pine I 1 i clasp, engraved with the Inscription Honi Congressman "Sunset"Cox is over CO yearsof
I .
(bo las considerable reputation in England 000,000. needle baths, Russian; Roman, Irish, mud soit qui mal y pense. age although his wit and vivacity keep

practical philanthropist. She was elected Samuel steam and electric baths. All ills are met by :: A pleasing queen chain pendant and an entirely I him young. His hair has become thin and
A.
Scott Kansas
i City, has $10- I
but his is ;
"cures. : gray, tongue ready as e'er.I
|bj to new city council. 000,000. I new one, is formed of three miniaturetree ,

Tae are women in the east end of London ( James Perhaps no newspaper writer was ever I, stumps in bright gold tied around with Mr. Palmer, Mr. Belmont's successor as
rtoiljly squirt dirty water out of syringes McMillan, Detroit, has made $10000,000. ,- more disturbed by a trifle than was the so- two strands of gold wire rope. I minister Spain, will be able to talk Spanish '

1 .ladies'dresses and then overtake them ; ciety reporter who, in describing the belle of I Among necklace pendant novelties is one to Queen Christina, as the ex-senator is a

cd: wipe it off with their aprons in order tort Robert Bonner, New York, began poor and 1, a recent fashionable party, intended to say, 'I: in the shape of a diamond fleur-de-lys, with a i i proficient student of the language of the Don. w

(the small fee that is usually forthcoming. has 6000000. I'' "She looked au fait" but found that an un1feeling i I pale pink pearl on the upper part and a The emperor of Austria intends to visit

1 veil known English actress is angry begat (i Charles Pratt, the Brooklyn oil man, is blacksmith had made it "She lookedall smoky gray pearl on either side. I England this year in such strict incognitothat

manufacturer of false teeth has pIa- :I worth $6,000,000.Charles feet"A Extremely tasty and unique is a lacepin I no one but himself and his attendants

tIned: hLt town with pictures representing McLure, St. Louis made $5,000,000 New York burglar. got into a genuine composed of a hazel branch, the nuts being will know anything about it till he is at home

k "before and after" taking a set of his in Granite Mountain. pickle the other day. Officers discovered that represented by bright yellow diamonds, and again. a
some one was feloniously at work in a the leaves and stem in rubies.In The Duke and Duchess of
!tans,teeth. The "before" portrait is the !; Gen. Russell A. Alger, of Detroit is worth tiny Marlborough are
which makes her angry. :: $5,000,000 and more er shop, but after they had entered butch-'I the center of a trefoil of diamonds is a fitting up the house in Carlton square with
find the man until they looked in a great magnificence, and when completed it
En Gatewood, a woman, just dead Charles F. large ruby, a pear shaped pearl of unusual i
negro A. Henrichs began as a clerk
rel when discovered him
they up to size therefrom and I i will be one of the most sumptuous abodes in
tScottville, Pa, claimed to be 117 years old and now has $5,000,000. in brine.A suspended combining to London.
od to have a distinct memory of Gen. Wash- make a pendant of a very high order.
John T. Davis, St. Louis, has made $15,000- lot of relics of the
ancient cliff
dwellers Allen Thorndike Rice is one of the richest :
;ton. In addition she had eleven children One of the most artistic and rich looking
: 000, mostly in dry goods. have been discovered in New Mexico.
They writers in the United States. He is but S3,
Cy g randchildren,forty-six great-grand- brooches recently designed is a rosebud on a
!i John Wanamaker, the new postmaster gen! consist of human remains mummies and a flexible stem, on which are two green gold handsome and a bachelor. He has a stableof

great- i iI; eral, is worth $10,000,000ExGovernor large collection of ancient pottery. Some leaves, one set with rubies and the other fast horses, a steam yacht, a New York
I turkey bones were found, indicating that the mansion and at Tuxedo Park.
i a cottage
Sorods has celebrated its I English, of Connecticut, has with brilliants. The bud Incloses a tiny -
twenty-first
had been domesticated I
lrthday and is congratulated by 100 organ- : an estate valued at $5,000,000. I turkey by these ancient watch rimmed with diamonds. Moses Lyxnan, the inventor of the "Pigs ,

id and incorporated woman's clubs. When 'i 1 I The Astor heirs will inherit $200,000,000- people.Two Certainly one of the handsomest vinaigrettes in Clover" puzzle, lives on a farm near ,. ,
km formed there was no woman's clubs, i i mostly in gilt edged real estate.Sena.tor I Scotch tramps, man and wife, make a that wealth can purchase is composedof Waverly, N. Y. He made the puzzle: in t'
good living off of the baby. "We just gets order to amuse his children, and a New York } '
r church rock covered with
or missionary societies officered crystal a filigree gold
James G. Fair saloon for
kept a "
I 'un christened, explains the man "in all the firm heard of it and purchased his rights. J
carried on solely by women; in fact, noI miners, and is worth $20,000,000. casing. Diamond forget-m -notB are set on
pel 1Y woman's societies at all i iXaShultz I I I I towns we passes, and then, you see, parson the filigree,and to further heighten its beautya Sir John Pope Hennessy, who will return
] Ex-Senator Palmer, Michigan, married a makes us all comfortable wi'summat to eat tiny gold watch rests in the top.-Jewelers' \, to England in June from the Mauritius, In-
who has just taken the degree fortune and is worth 6000000. and money for beds. On days orful bad we
I tends
Review to take of
an early opportunity re-
i I. D. in Paris with highest honors isdjHyearsold "
I do 'm twice.
and b described : Philip Armour, Chicago, began life as a |I bas to entering the house of commons. Sir John is
as a particu- butcher boy, and now has $25,000,000. A Portland, Ore., man refused a Chinaman an advanced Radical,and also strong Home
fcjj
pretty young woman. She means to go Here are seventy-two men, all American '
|It t her professional work earnestly, although Marshall Field, Chicago, began as clerk in ten cents, due for washing. The Mongolian citizens, whose fortunes aggregate the big Ruler. .

b bas one regret-that she cannot go to : Potter Palmer's store and has $15,000,000. I closed the door and gave his delinquent cus- total of $1,483,000,000. This exceeds by $33- Andrew C. Bradley, who has been appointed
Ui: and the of ''! tomer a severe drubbing, a la Kilrain. When to tho bench of the District of Columbia, j
opera as much as old. John J. Jennings one of Chicago's oldest 000,000 the total money circulation of the
all
the
arrived satisfaction
the
"One hears a great deal nowadays about residents, hss made $5,000,000 in real estate. I police they United States the first day of the present is ap alumnus of Columbian university and
the white man was to advise him to
gave pay
II difficulties between author and pub- Vice President Morton is worth $10,000,000, I,I his wash bills hereafter. He will probably month,according to the treasury statement of the first Harvard assistant Law schooL Hisgrandfatherwas general underWuhingron.

a,* said an author, "but I can think of and did not have a large nest egg to start do so. A. J. Drexel, of Philadelphia, is worth postmaster j
fctst two women who discovered an ad- with $ >,OOOooa. He is the son of Francis Martin t
A little boy who lives at.Sparta, Ga., met
sable to avoid all trouble of this kind. Collis P. Huntington, the railroad Drexel, who was born in Austrian Tyrol, Prince Bismarck spends a great deal of I r
magnate with a singular accident. In running after a
Infer to Miss Braddon and Miss Moloch, and is worth $40- 1792, a portrait painter of merit, who came time of late fa the Napoleonic practice of
once a man,
:, was poor robin he stepped on some object which gave
solitaire with cards. He claims that
ttkof whom married their publishers. to this country to avoid one of Napoleon'sconscriptions. playing
000,000.J. his foot a sudden twist. This caused the f
the his which have
!\e He engaged in the game quiets nerves given f
banking
Bed Minnesota 'State university has estab- W. Mnckay, $30,000,000, was a ship bone in his leg to split from the consequenceof business and his sons inherited a considerable him a good deal of trouble t since he gave up .
a school of journalism, and placed at builder at days' wages before he was a gold which he has suffered very much. It was i brandy and tobacco.
a bead a lady who has had some experience hunter. some time before the cause of his troubleswas fortuna : t
.*k newspaper work. 'Prof." Sanford, as found out. James J. Hill, president of the Manitoba Mr. Ruskin was recently the proprietor ofa
la called David Sinton is the richest man in Cincin- study by Melssonler of Napoleon on horseback -
will edit the copy of her staff of railroad, who not many years ago paid
nati born in cabin in Ireland, and worth A citizen of Talbotton, Ga., lost $500, and
ijran, and will have it printed in some a man W. Kittson $3,500,000 cash for Nor-I for which he had paid 1,000 t guineas.
U journal She herself will act as manag- now 5000000. thought that he had dropped it in the barber interest in the road, began earning When he disposed of it it realized o.,<, and "

B. P. Hutchison "Old Hutch" started life shop of Alfred Douglass. The barber could working on the St Paul levee for $50 a : soon afterwards, when sold in Paris, It
bench at Mass. He not find it there, and, fearing that he wouldbe fetched 7,000 guineas. .
at the shoemaker's Lynn
PrfDcess month. He was afterwards agent at St. Paul
Alexandria
of Greece who is be-
arrested and fled y
imprisoned on suspicion,
is worth $8,000,000Andrew for a line of river steamers. Mr. Hill is now The last letter written by Explorer Stanley
IIch.! Alexandra Carnegie, the iron king, is worth to Alabama. Meanwhile an old negro found worth $15,000,000. before starting for Africa was addressed to.
and returned it to the and j
the money owner, .
Mrs. French Sheldon in New York. Mrs
o by the chamber of deputies of $40,000,000, and came to this country from then the scared barber came home.A Ten cottagers at Lenox last summer were '
Sheldon is also the custodian of most of the-
The duke of Sparta, her brother, Scotland a poor man. rated as follows: D. W. Bishop, $15,000,000;
l I firm of great genius has offered the British explorer's literary effects, which be confided
also receive $108,000 on the occasion of A. M, Cannon, Washington territory, peddled government an immense sum for the use George W. Westinghouse, $20,000,000; W. D. to her care before starting expedition.
IIIZ1aniage to Princess and is Sloane $18,000,000 Charles Lanier upon
Sophie of Prussia sewing machines through Oregon ; $15,000-
of the national postage stamp for advertis-
bar the same 000 G. G. Haven $12,000,000 S. Among Mr. Irving's pensioners are a family N
IOUI'Ce. now rated at $ ,OOOooo., The advertisement Is to be ; ; George t
I ing purposes. W. H. which, when he was a very young and a
peCaliu Crocker $12,000,000 Bradford $10- very
fact about American N. J. is worth ; ,
literary John L Blair, Blairstown, printed on the back of the stamp before the '
in Scotland invited him
P. Stokes poor actor once to.$
'zee.> 000,000 Auson $8,000,000
is Brayton
that ; ;
many of them domestic in and business by selling that the of
are $40,000,000, began gum is put on, so purchaser every Ives $6,000,000 CoL Christmas dinner, and took occasion at the
tastes and have great ability as house- plug tobacco and notions. f stamp must see the announcement before he ; Auchmutty, $5,000,000. same time to present him with a suit of clothes 7
fcTtvkacj Stone is noted homemaker. This is George W. Childs, of Philadelphia, was an
: a Senator John P. Jones came to this coun- moistens the gum. an Australian i prepared for the occasion, and offered with
Elizabeth Cady Stanton's domestic errand boy in a book store, became clerk
idea. ,
pro- in
try from Wales and went gold hunting much delicate kindness.
: are well then with R E. Paterson and later
gsaes known. Mrs. A.nnieJennesa a partner !;
1549. He is worth 15,000,00a fl A New York jeweler has sent some wonderful
I Rev. F. A. Grace vicar of
Wii the lecturerand advocate of dress re- with J. B. Uppincott in the publishing busi- j Great Baring ..
'- has a husband who worships her. Mrs. L. Z. Leiter, Washington, D. C., began brooches to the Paris exposition. They are I ness. Among the famous books issued by the Essex, England, who recently published a

wmftrt the lecturer, is another good life poor and is new worth $10,000,000 made 1 gold enameled orchids, of fifteen varieties, firm was Parson Brownlow s "Reminiscences -.: catechism in which he denounced as a sfa the

,i and in addition to her public mostly in dry goods in Chicago. I each as perfect in its way as the product of ," for which they paid the author $15,000 visiting of a dissenting place of worship*,has r

private duties takes care of an invalid Sidney Dillon was at one time a brakeman, : nature. The stems are made green with em- I in royalties. Mr. Childs is worth not less than been censured by his bishop for the publication. -
h eralds. The coloring of the leaves is marvelous -
htei His fortuneis I The that ,
; and had no regular education. $15,000.000.-Chicago Tribune. i bishop says the vicar's assertions
estimated at $15,000,000 to $20,000,000.t' beyond description, testifying to tho I are most unrighteous.
extraordinary skill of the designer as well as
WOMAN'S WEAR. ; Henry A. Flagler, who built the Ponce de i the artistic sense and exquisite taste of the j CURIOSITIES OF SUICIDE. "Kidn Miller the noted confidence- man, '
Leon hotel, at St. Augustine, Fla., said to be enameler.In I made an effort to secure his release on the
.dt toilets are more than ever in favor the finest hotel in the world, is worth $15- 'j in New York In Paris there is one suicide to every 2,700 i 1 i ground, as stated by his lawyer, that Miller \
shop
the jewelry ,
largest
Parisians.,
i was a "courier" to strangers In the city of
000,000. I people. i
I: ,- where $5,000 worth of gold is used a day, the I j
fide g millinery toque and the round George M. Pullman, the palace car man, ; gold is not weighed out to the workmen, and In Saxony shere Is one suicide to every 8- j,i New York. Miller speaks four languages and
honors about evenly. began life in a small furniture business in Albion nothing but the honesty of the employes prevents 446 people. i j was onco'an intimate friend of Oscar Wilde,

fte sad black bonnets are much trimmed N. Y. He began with fifty dollars and loss. But while the gold is allowed to I In Russia here Is one suicide to every 34246 ,- '!I as Oscar found out to his cost

w gold ribbon and gold embroidery. now has $5,000,000.The be thus exposed, tobacco has to be locked up, I' people. i Ii i Phil Armour's wealth is estimated at $25-

fctfff8008 predict a silken season and a four male members of the Vanderbilt because it has been found that the man who I In Sweden, there Is one suicide to every ;,,000000. He is stout and pudgy, with bowlegs
:bight colors for the summer of 1689. family are rated: Cornelius, $110,000.000; would not steal a grain of his employer's gold 92,375 people : and broad girth. His face Is in shape
r jmohalr Frederick W., $16- would not hesitate to appropriate his neighbor's 1|i like the full moon, fringed by yellow Englishcut
K. $85,000,000
jjj .. skirts are cut in points at theJIirf.u.ua William ; tobacco. In the United States there is one suicide to side whiskers. He ascribes his success to +
: ? with Calloon and worn over a 000,000; George W., $15,000,000. I every 15,000 people.In j I good memory, and is said to carry all the details t

".i"1'1 plain foundation skirt: Cauld well Cole,owner of the yaucht Daunt- SCIENTIFIC SQUIBS. London and St. Petersburg there Is one I I of his enormous meat packing business .

of real flowers,matching the bride's less, is a bachelor, 35, and worth $6,000,000.Mr. suicide to every 21,000. I!I in his head.S .

and tied up with a bit of silver cord, Cole is one of the few rich men who In Franco experiments are being made with Suicide Is more frequent among males than I S! The Duke of Portland will be married to ',
most of their fortune. !
London inherited
a.Pr'esent 1tedding substitute for the old have cork car springs. among females. It Is apt.to be hereditary. t,I Miss Dallas-Yorke on Monday,June 1L Some
i favor. Montgomery Sears Boston, inherited $9- Iron railroad ties have been In use almost I : of the bride's Philadelphia relatives are expected -

j 4 to Det jWags of ribbon or velvet will give 000,000 from his father, but had to contest a year, but owing to their not having the He Reconsidered It. ,: at the wedding. The duke has given

lid In ??thin ones of lace or net to be the will to get it. He is believed to be worth elasticity necessary for the "giving" of the I School Teacher (irate)-Who fired that spit i his fiance the most magnificent sable cloak '
t
*"ia a big bow under the chin or elso to 12000000. His father began life poor. rails they have not proven a success. i ball at met 111 cane him. and a pearl necklace, said to be the finest in .

i 4 bag loop and hanging end at one side. John D. Rockefeller, New York, began life About 3,000 brakes have been invented and I Young Kentuckian (country boy 6 feet 5 I{ England, and he Is having all the Portland ,'

1IIR.fancy in tea gowns is to have a big as a bookkeeper in Cleveland, and is reportedto patented. One of the latest is described cs -1 did, sir.School If jewels reset for her. V

C ajng bow of a contrasting color at the be worth $60,000,000. He is still a young beautifully simple in its working. Push a I Teacher-Humph I Well er-erdon't The Rev. Dr. Scott, President Harrison's '

t the neck instead of a collar. Some- man, and one of the brainiest and most unassuming button and the brakes are set on the entire do it again.-The Epoch. father-in-law, keeps steadily at work at his '

c..... the loops are lined with stuff of the of America's great financiers. train. I desk in the.pension office. Shortly after the

George Ehret a New York beer king, Is In the Potage. election Mrs. Harrison wrote to her father '
q The natural of the oak is from
age
"'- fans those with flowers wired all over but forty years old and worth$5,000,000. "He 1,500 to average 2,000 years; of the elm, 350 to 500 i i Lady-Biddy, have you seen the. little asking him to quit work and live at the -,

friatfaiblenet divide honors with the em- was so poor a few years ago when he reached the maple, COO to 800 years; the stuffed bird I had in my bonnet White House, but the old gentleman sturdily .J,
'tIacarved and painted this country that he could not speak the years; yew'l Yis refused the temptation and said that he had V "
ivory, decorated 2,500 to 3,000; the cedar, 800; linden Biddy mum; I put it in the soup to
lace bow In the center that shows English language* Is the way his flnnndnl and the 350 years. make it a little richer-The Epoch. been so long used to the routine of his office .:-.-, .: : ,
the fan Is closed or open. condition was expressed to the writer. cypress that he could not give it up. .. V '

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', : NOTICE., .\ : .:'OWNER.. DESCRIPTION S. A. and \ OWNER. DESCIUPrION. S. A. Uts anc!'
4OTIGE ;IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE FOLLOWING Costal- Gloet1. !
NOTICE Lands will be Sold at Public :Auction on the (6th) In township 20 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 Fontaine grant.......... 41 601 15 15 Butler, John in Decor of Rei of n w I 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 109
State of .Florida] or so much thereof as will be necessary to pay the Peter Fouchard grant in......... 39 466 7 80 Gorman, )1. in 8 e 1 of n w des deed book roll
amounts due for taxes herein set opposite to the same, together with B Seguigrant......................... 42 8438 59 25 H. r 121..............................20j I 1
the costs of sale and advertising. Township 20 s range 35 east.... Unknown w 0 8 W I of 8 wi................ 20 10 1 48
Kuh], John s part of s \V f of n e }............ 3 6 1 19 Wilkinson, H. P. n I lot 1................................. 21 21 2 6G
I d V Edwards, John e 4 acres of n i ofse 1 ofnw f 3 4 89 Unknown s w 15 acres in 8 e I of 8 wI..... 21 15. 3 39:
n m + Clark, D. O. w i of n e #........................... .3 80 3 39 A. C. Canal and Transportation ,.
.-0 ... iaf tIJ lot 2 except a e 20 acres............ 3 59. 1 92 Co. all........................................ a4 641 00aU ,
NAME OF OWNER DESCRIPTIOY OF LAND. v < 8 = 8 Mack, C. E. in s part lot 2..3 5 60 fractiona1.......................... 26 28S 148 ((1
d3 < Unknown lot 4...................................... 3 60 1 19 Unknown S w 1 of n w 1 of s \V #.111..1..1... 28, 10 192
-o s e 1 of not.......................... 40 1 92 n \V f of n w I of n wI........... 10 1 19 ..
All in Tp. 21 S., Range 35 E. Kuh], John lot 1 and s w lof net............. 127 3 39 Smith Jas N. swofseofiiw #.............. 291 10 133.:
Florida] Southern Rail- All..1] ..........:........................ 2 640 2 80 Unknown lot 81 2 66 Unknown s w I of s w 1..........................29 40 :1: 39nwofneof
way Company. ......... .................. ........... 640 2 80 i Florida Land and Improvement sw 1............. J 10 1 9'!
: ....................................... 640 2 80 I Co. lot 15 80 Florida Land and 1m.
.............................1..11..... > 640 2 80 Unknown lot 56 1 92 proyement Col net of n e }......................... .30l0' ro
..................... ................. .8 640 280s lot 52 1 92 UnKnown s w 1 of n e 1..........................30', 40, 1 3.
........................................ 640 2 80 lot .4 52 1 92 seofnw #.......... ............... ao 40j 19 r,
"< ....................................... 640 2 80 Florida Land and Improvement 3..4 net of s e #...........................30 4Cseofse 1a!
............................ .......... 640 2 80 Co. lot 76 1 39 }........................... 30 4 1
4' ........................................10 640 2 80 Clark, D. O. w # swof se 1................. .........31 40 G =
o ........................................ 640 280 8 110 5 06 Feaster, T. A. n w l of n wI........................ 32 4 ::1 :.
...........................................17 638 2 80 Unknown s e 40 1 92 Unknown 10 acres insquare in s w cur lot 2 33 10 2 .1
0'- ....................................... 18 640 2 80 Kuh], Geo !i W 200 4 13 Gilson, E. D. e 15 acres oft s e of n w #....1.33: 1 G&
u .................. 19 641 2 80 ..... 74 Unknown s 10 acres of W' 24 acres of I
.............:....... Mack, C. E. part of s e l of s w }.... ,1,11.12 5 s e
u .1.1.1.11.1.11..1..1...11..1..1 2015 639 2 80 Edwards, John part of a e f of s wI............... 12 6 82 ofnw #............................. 33 1 21!
,!. :' '....................................... 21 639 2 80 Fairbanks. H. lot 4..................................... 13 64 4 86 vertooth, Jai 2 acres in a e cor of s e of a e 1 33 2 3 3j
.................. ..................... 22 640 2 80 Unknown lot 1..................................... 14 75 3 39 Unknown n l of s e 1 of s e #.................. 33 1 13!.
.. .......................1............... 27 638 2 80 Florida] Land and Improvement nIl blk A. n of Jot 3 Coleman'g ad
J u ............ ...... .....................28 639 229 80 Co. lot 2 and 3.............................. 14 85 1 09 Titusville .................. ....1.. 3.J 1 +
.. ............... ........................ 640 230 80 Unknown lot 1......................................17 42 1 92 lot 3 blk B. Coleman's ad Titus- .
.................. ...................... 640 2 80 fractional.............................. 24 90 192 yille..3.J 1 :8"
',.' ,. ....................................... 716 2 80 Collier, H. J. paid s e 1 of s \V #.......................... 31 40 3 39 lot 4 bk] B. Coleman's nd Titug-.
.e ....................................... 32 713 2 80 Florida Land and Im- ville..3.J 1 Z
,.i ....................................... 33 712 2 80 provement Co. \V i of s wI........................... 80 94 lot 1 bk] C. Coleman's ad Titu
................... ................... 34 714 2 80 Unknown paid s w of s \V #..........................32 40 4 86s yule.................................. 1 39'
All in Tp 28 S range 35 E I of n w 1 of awl................ 32 20 1 92 lot 11 blk C. Coleman's ad Titusyule.
woof nw-andsw #............ 1 240 1 92 Moore, Charles L. lot 6...................................... 32 77 1 92 ................................... 3.J 1 :t
a All........................................ 2 640 2 80 Township 20 range 34 and 35 lot 12 blk C. Coleman's ad Titusville -
....................................... 3 640 2 80 Sweet, Chas D. agent 3 William Garvin grant.......... 1000 29 85 ................................... 3..J 1 2l
.:, cc 1...................................... 4 640 280 Ql1inb, E. S. paId 3 part DeCosta grant, except. Fond y, J. II. blk 4 and 5 )1 E Titus ad to Ti.tusvile. .
....................................... 5 649 2 80 town plats of Aurantia.......... 382500 52 90 ] .............................. 3.J G :;::
.e ....................................... .6648 280 Township 20 range 35 east..... Township 21 s range 36 e......
u ......................................... 7 638 2 80 Unknown Peter Fouchard grant in........... 39 74 1 92 GaUer, Valentine n i of 8 e 1 of s e #............11.... 30 17.
u ...... .... ... .................... 8 641 2 80 B Segui grant in.1................... 45 330 29 85 Unknown 8 t of s e 1 of 8 e 1.................. 25 10 1 19UcInnes
&C ....................................... 9 640 2 80 L Crayon grant in................... 46 39 1 19 Daniel 31. w of n e 1 8 e t of n eland D
............................. ......... 10 640 2 80 Adams, H. 1V. lot 18 Aurantia...................... 38 5 1 19 eof se }.......................... 32 160 35&
&C ....................................... 11 640 2 80 Thompson, M. '\". lot 13 to 22 blk 22 Aurantia...... 38 1 19 Unknown n e 1 of n e #.......................... 36 40 1 1Q
w # of n e f and n w land s ......12 560 2 80 lot 46 blk 26 Aurantia.............. 38 53 Township 21 a range 37 c......
AlL...................................... 13 640 2 80 Township 20 S, range 36 E. s e }...................................... 30 160 ;x S3'
'. U ............... ....................... 14 640 2 80 Unknown lot 58 1 92n s w #..................................... 30 1 3t9n :
< cc ....................................... 15 639 280 1..4. 40 1 92 w #..................................... 1601 7F
...... .... ........... ............... 17 642 2 80 fr 67 192 Township 22 s range 34 e I
cc ....................................... 18 640 2 80 .............................. 28 119Vann Florida Land and Improvement f
c' ...................................... 19 639 2 80 J. D. lot 2..................................... 19 27 6 33' Co. s e 1 of s e f s w 1 and n !........ 52 2 riG
cc ........................................20 639 2 80 Unknown fractional .............................. 8 74 i ir0 Unknown s w l of s wI............................ 4 1n
Co .......................................21 639 280 T'p. 21 S, Range 34 E. :Florida Land and Improvement .2
., ....................................... 22 640 2 80 Florida Land and Improvement Co. n and lots 1 2 and 3............. 2 12"
...................................... 23 640 2 80 Co. n e #.................... ................. 2 160 1 83s Township 22 s range 3fi e
u ................................. ..... 24 640 2 80 'v #..................................... 2 160 2 80 Unknown lot 6 blk A. Titusville.............. 41. 22 ro
.c ..... .......................:......... 25640 280 s e #.............. ........................ 2 160 2 80 lot 10 blk C. Titusville............ 3 171II
.. ce ....................................... 26 640 2 80 all fractional......................... 4 650 2 80 50 feet of lots 12 and 3 blk E. ,
_. ;... ...................................... 27 640 2 80 "........"................................ 400 1 92 Titusville .................1......... 3 9 474ailer
I '" ........................ .... ......... 28 641 2 80 all........................................ .6 640 2 80 Irs N. A. n lot -1 blk E. Titusville....... 3 4 Fr;
"'4 l ....................................... 29 63g 2 80 II and s w f.......................... 10 480 2 21 Unknown c I Jot 7 EO
o I cc ........................................30639 2 80 Unknown set...................................... 10 160 2 80 lot 1 7..3 31 3 3JI :
.t .' cc ......................................: 31640 2 80 Florida Land and 1m. n-! of net s w f of no j n \V 1provemcnt I o t '_>... 339
'":' ....................................... 32 641 2 80 Co. e of s e and s w of s e 1 12 400 2 12 lot 3... ... .............................. 339
". cc ...................;.................... 33 641 2 80 Unknown s e 1 of net.......................... 12 40 1 92 lot 4..."..."......... .................... 31 339
;, I' ....................................... 34 642 2 80 nwofse #...........................12 40 192 lot 5.H......... ... ...... 33:)
- "' cc .......................................35 640 2 80 Florida Land and Improvement lot 6.."..."........Cl................... 3. 3 39
,', ....................................... 36 640 28 Co. 11 }........................................ 14 320 1 83 lot 7..."... j.9.d 'I...... ..... 81 3 t':
- All in T'p. 28 S, Range 36 E. Unknown 11 w1 of s w !........................ 14 40 1 19 King, Chas E. in ]lot 8 ;; kJ.p: 119bik .
all ofv l.............. ................. 319 318 1 92 n eofsw 1..........................14 40 1 19 F. Titusville.................. .3 8 00HonaM
,f "1 All....................................... 637 2 80 :3 e 1 of s w !............:..............14 40 1 19 W. A. part lot 8 and 10 deed book I. P
- .,. ............................. ......... 31 637 28 n of s e 1..............................14 80 1 92 321 blk F. Titusville............. 3 2 fG
west #.................................... 32 320 1 92 11 e #..................................... 15 160 2 80 Unknown e part Jot 8 and 10 deed book J.
to All in T'p. 29 S, Range 36 E. n e 1 of s e l........................... 15 40 1 19 p 146 blk F. Titusville......... 5 OG
All...................................... 5 640 28 Florida Land and Im lot 5 blk J. TitusvilJe......._..... 31 1st
\ cc ....................................... 6 640 28 provement Co. all....................................... 18 640 3 00 Davis, 'Vm lot 1 and 2 block K. Titusville. 192Jnknown
........................ .............. 7 640 28 A. C. Canal and Trans lot 1 e sub div blk 4 Titus\"ille... G
..................... ................. 640 I 28All portation Co. s w of net n w 1 and s !...... 19 520 2 56 lot 9 ub div blk 4 'ritu ville..... 31 171
f of w k of...........................8 320 1 63cc Unknown n w of n e #.........................19 40 1 0- lot 4 blk 6 Titusville................ 6 33Ioulthrop
........ .............................. 640 280 Florida Land and Improvement \ \ R. P art of lot 3 blk 7 des deed book 31
cc .............................. ........ 640 2 80 Co. all........................................ 20 640 3 00 J. p 29 Titusvillt".1..1.1..r11..1 2Norwood 1r ,
S. cc ....................................... 19 640 280'C n e wlotnwseofnw J. C. lot 6 blk 1 8 Titu.ille:.............. 194
35 E. Unknown lot 16 block 9 TItusvIlle.......... 31 S
AllinT'p.29S, Range swandwofse1 ..........22 520 2 56 t.
-S S .. 2 80 Unknown seof n wI.......................... 23 40 1 19 Titus, E. H. lot 1 blk 10 Titusville.............. 3t I 19
'" ....................................... 4 635 2 80 8V of sV #.. .......................23 40 1 19 Titus, Irs 1[. E. lot 5 blk 10 Titusville.............. .3itua I 2 G'
.t cc ....................................... 6 640 2 80 FloridaLandandlm. net n e of 11 W e ofnw 1 Henry T. lot 6 blk 10.......; ....11...1...1.11 3 1 Pl
..' cc ....................... ............... 8 641 28 provement Co. s \V of s w 1 and n \V 1 ofse -1- 24 360 2 12 Grover, Anna 1\1. lot 7 blk 10..3 -i FG'rafford
:'. ; '.' cc ........................................ 10 641 28 d e t of n e and s x...............126 360 1 77 J. D. w i lot 1 ] ....... 3t 1'
...:................................... 12 642 80 all....................................... 34 640 2 80 Gardner, Solomon e Jot 1 blk 1 Q'19-''
I' .............................. ....... 14 643 2 80 e !......... ..............................36 320 1 63 Gardner & Newberger lot 4 blk II.. 11..3'... i ;:
u ....................................... 18 642 2 80 All in T'p. 21 S, Range 35 E. Unknown lot 2 blk 13.............. ....... .....
cc ....................................... 20 641 2 80r A. C. Canal and Trans lot 3 blk 13.............: ............. 3t 339
r ........................................22 642 2 80 portation Co. aU fractionaL........................ 2 31 77 lot 3 blk 14.............: ............. 31 163
cc ....................................... .24 642 280 : Unknown lot 1..................................... 4 38 3 39 o.,"..,14..1.: ........... 163.itus -
cc ........................ .............. 26 641 2 80 lot 2...................................... 4 67 6 34 6..14............."............. 3'' I 1 slot :
....................................... 28 640 28t1 nwof se }..........................5 40 7 80 Irs )I. E. lot 8..14..............'.............. 3\ 1 :
.........................1..1111111..11.30 642 2 80 3 W 1 of sol.......................... 5 40 7 80 Unknown lot 9..18.............."............. 3i 1 !
." ....................................... 641 2 80 seofse #............................ 5 40 7 80 lot 2 bk] 19.............'....... ..... 1g-i
...................................... 34 640 2 80 Florida Land and Im- lot 1 blk 22..............".............. 3i ..
., .................. .................... 36 642 2 80 provement Co. w of net......................... 6 80 94' Tiller, Jamey P. lot 4 blk 22. .. 74
An in T'p. 20S, Range, 34 E.Florida n w 1 ofnw 1-........................ 6 40 60 lot 5 blk 22.4. 4
"'0 Land and Improvement All fractional.................1..11. 4 454 2 08 Unknown n t of s w 1 of n \V {;............... 6 10 1 19 Unknown lot 6 blk 22..3 _4
Co. u...........u............................. G 640 2 80 Kreamer, J. M. neofswl-andnwofse 1 6 80 192 Branning, W1 C. C. lot 7 blk ............._ ...... I '4r
ali.l .......1.11.1.1.1..1111..1..11.111.. 8 640 2 80 Unknown set of s w 40 4 13 lot 8 blk 22.1'............. .3. .'..
all................... ..................... 18 682 2 95 swofse 40 4 86 lot 9 blk 22..............."............ ;r ,
all fractiona1.............. ............ .20 170 1 04 neofne 1..6 40 192 Unknown lot 10 blk 22..3. I 1Iw 92
'_ lot 1, 2. 3 and 4...................... 110 89 nwofnc .7 40 119 lot 11 blk r_............."............ 31 I I -i
lot 1. .....................................36 94 89 swofne #........................... 7 40 119 Branning, W. C. C. Jot 12 bk] 3t f
s of lot 3and 4......................36 76 74 seofne }........................... 40 119 Branning, W. C. C. lot 15 22..3. (IGTitusyi11e. -
,Unknown get of 8 w of s c 1............... .36 5 89 Township 21 range 35............ .7 ........................... 3'Granniss S
,. .0 lot 5 Quinby's map of Aurantia 38 :) 74 swofnw #........................ 7 40 1 19 E. C. lot 2 8 Robbins & Grahams ad :JG
., lot 6......"........."............"..... 3g J 74 ieofnw.1............. 7 40 413 ., Titusville........ .................. 2
lot 7..... ""y..38 5 74 neof sw #......................... 7 40 1 19 Unknown lot 13 Joynerville au addition to 33 to
lot 8......."........."............"......3g 5 74 eofse #........................... 7 80 6 33 Titus]ille........................... 1
'.' lot 11........"..,......."............"......3 4 74 Gaulden Mrs H. E. 1 acre in so cor of w 1 of s e #..... 7 1 60 lot 14 JoynervilJe 3n addition to I6! .
Brown, A.R.Unknown lot 12...... ........."............"......38 [) 89 Unknown net of nV l ofse -.7. 10 1 92 Titusville I .................. .. 3Y,
lot 13......"........."...........:'..... 38 5 ;4 Patch Emily G. Lot 151819 .2 and w } of 21
n e #..................................... 8 160 29 85 4.. 1 7
-. lot 14.... ."........."...........:.'......38 6 74 Johnson, Henry n w t of n c of n w 19 3 39 Joynervillo ad to Titugville.- 31 -
.";" .,. lot 16......"........."............ '..... .38 18 1 33 Unknown n w t of 11 w #...........I..8............. 40 2 66 Unknown Jot 43 JovnenyiJle an addition to I 3 ;#
lot 11......"........:............."......38 18 1 33 swof n wI..S 40 2 66 Ti t usvflle........................... =
lot 18.....". ........."...........:'..... 38, 18 133 seofsw }............................ 40 413 Gray, S. F. lot 45 J01.nerville an addition to -.
lot 19...... ............"............"..... 38 18 1 33 s 'v 1 of s 'v }.......................... .8 40 413 Titusville........................... 3, '
lot 21..u... ..... &............".........38 18 1 33 lot 1....................................... 9 45 4 86 Unknown lot 49 Joynerville an addition to I .. .r'1.
lot 22......"........ ............'.....38 5 74 lot 2...................................... .9 49 4 86 .... Titusville.......................... 3f t
lot 23......".......11 c.............H..... 38 10 89 A. C. Canal and Transportation lot lO Joynerville an addition to l .s
lot 24......"..... ...'............."..... 10 89 Co. .11................................. ..... 12 640 300 Titusville.......................... j I '. .o
lot 26......"........."............".......38. 10 89 all fractional..:.................... 14 64 74 lot 51 J01.nervillean addition tD i ...& '." .
; lot 21 .....".. .......' ...........".... 10 89 Unknown lot 1...................................... 16 62 9 27 Titu\vlle.] .......................... t
'. lot ......"........."............"..... 13 1 04 lot 2.......................................16 70 10 74 lot 54 J01.nerville an addition to. ."
.. ; All lot 1 of sub division P. F.. lot 3......................................16 78 11 48 TitusvIIe] ........................... .j i.
r Fontaine grant.................... 41 400 8 00 lot 4............ . ...................16 86 12 21 Granni E. O. lot 55 J01.nerville an addition to I ,G-
all lot 2 Fontaine ........... 41 607 10 74 .] '
grant. neofneofne #..............118 5 89
all lot 3..n. 303 4 86 Unknown Jot 56 J01.nerville an addition to ,
'd 1 of n e f 5 acres to.
; to all lot ......"..........".............. 303 4 86 s e Hamilton...except.......................18 35 4 33 Titu vle........................... .3t t 1 %
... -", .. all lot 5......". ..........".............. 41 607 9 21I Carlile, R- W.Unknown net of set and n 15 acres of lot b Rerdell'a ad to Titusville.c, ... I 1;..
..... all lot 6......."...........".............. 41 728 15 15 > set of s e }........................18 55 800 S tewart, J. Q lot c.1 cc u I
;f n Jot 7...... .........:'...............41 303 7 80 '" s f of set of s e l....... ......... 18 10 1 19 Rerdell & KuhI 0184] t6 11 inclusive Rerdell' ad. 241
In T ,. 20 ,Ran '34 and 35 E.. to Titusville................--..... g
." a s w f of 8 W t.. ..::.................. 19 40 192 / 1
.::. ... l nlll lot 8 Fontanc! grant............. 1' 202 6 33 seof s w #...........................19 40 1 92 Iota 12 to 21 inclusive Perdell'o.... .
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all Lot 9 FontalDe ........... 202 6 33 ad to TitusvilJe.-
grant. ..41 nwofne.}........................ 20 40 4 86 ..... 3
all lot 10...... \........& .............., 202 6 33 Harrison, D. K. part of net of n \V.f des deed Bradford, Godfrey lot 23RerdellfsadTitusville. ,
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J" f" D} 3CRIPI'IOY. S. A. Taxes I Taxes Taxes faOW
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-- All in T'p. 22 S, Range 35 E. '
;' ;"OWD' lot 25 Rerdell's ad to Titusville.. 3 60 Hutson All I in T'P. 24 S, Range 36 E. All in T'p 26 ', Range36 E. -.

'.'.u"." lot 1 26-u.......-u...................... 3 96 Thomas partofn wjof; ne J des deed Unknown g w 1- of 8 W I.. ......................14 4 .1 19

... ..1...., T. W. I lot 36.",IC'C.......- ...................... 3 15U :: Unknown book R p. 234..................... 20 13 506 sejof s e #........................... 15 40 1,19
., ;.WsrreD' S. '. 1 ot 42.C.......-ua1moR ...................... 3 60 S w t of sej........................... 20 40 3 39 0 e t of .n e l.-........... ........... r 40 119

... .' : ?, I 0 t 49-.cc.......-cc..'.................... 3 60 Hildreth A nejofne }.-........................22 40 3 39 Harris, Henry T. net of s e.-....................,.. 27' 40 1 19 '
." ." I lot 50')....cc........: ............ ......... 3 60 n part lot 1 and n part of n w 1. Township 26 8 range 37 e....... :
.. I lot 55. cc 1.1..11M cc.1 33t ofne |.............................. 22 14 10 94 Unknown lot 4 as per plat on deed book I. 7

\. lot 56.h u........."...................... 3 2 66bUl.S Unknown n w t of n w }........................ 23 40 1 92 page 177......__.................... .8 10 22
lots 57 58 Rerdellad toTitusville 3 119 lot 4. ... "....."... >5: 37 1 92It' lot 5 as per plat on deed book'I. 7 1

. rI : H. lot 60,Rerdell's ad to Titusville 3 60.r ........ ............................ 25 20 1 .19 Page 177......................_ ..... .8 10 2 12
t l1ii\Doro' lot 64 Rerdel1'.s ad to Titusville 3 60 w j of s w j............................25 80 3 39
.' :;-. .- lot 6 blk A Fisher's addition to nej..................................... 160 4,86, book I. page 171._.......8 30 506

Titusville.......................... 3 1 24 Dixon, T K. part of lots 2 and 3 bounded n..26 White, Mrs J. J. 0 Jot 9 as per plat on deed book 7
: .. 06 I. 177..._................... 5 139
5 .
. .. lot 1 blk B. Fisher's addition toTitusville. by A. D. Cantine................. 28 8 page .8
t -' '-" ;.,', .. ........................ 3 94 Unknown part lot 4 des deed book H. p 341 28 1 1 92 Samuels, J. )1. lots 011 and 12 as per plat on 7
f: '. : lot 5 blk C. Fisher's: addition to part lots 3 and 4 des book E. t, deed book page 177............ 8 30 5 06 ,.

- '.. Titusville........................... .3 358........._......................... 28 10 6 53 Unknown lot 15 as per plat on deed book 7 ,
f. 9! Mercier: GeoJ: & wife part lot 5 des deed book F. p 566 28 1 4 86 I. page 1,7........................... 8 10 2 12 1 c8amueb
N deed
r ; :. wi of lot as per map on Unknown ........ 29 40 3 3nwjofnej J. M. lot 16 as plat on deed book 7 '::
I. 506 Titusville........ 3 nejof nej ... .............. per
i. .'..\ H book p land of Jones. 1 53j. ........................ 29 40 3 39 I. page 17 7........................1. 8 10 2 12 a
." .', :: w 1 of n e i except n e } of s w J.......................... 29 40 1 92; Unknown lot 3..o 47 1 92
\ & Ronald..................11....... 4 65 8O I Inejo s e } of s w J...........................29 40 1 92: Stewart, D. )1. ot.3...................................... 18 67 2 66 } }
:,, .4' nwj......................... 5 40 19 s w } of s e J...........................29 40 1 92: lot 1.......................................19 40 266
: .'_ n \V I of n \V #........................ 5 40 1 92 9't > seof se }.................. ........ 29 40 3 39' Unknown u e of s e 1.......................... 31 40 1 92
",' : w i of set of n wI................5 20 1 s w J of ne }. ........................ 40 1 92: n w 1of s e 1..:...................... 31 40 1 92

'$ . Township 23 s range 34 and 35 e n w J of s w J........................ .32 40 1 92: swjofsel.......................... .31 40 1 92
i ,.'' strip! 5 Deles..P ine g rant............ 1080 3 3.strip s w J of s w |...........................32 40 1 92: Burt, H. A. .If- 3 e I of set in arrears for 188731 40 1 92
.: '. 9........ ..........."............... 1060 3 39 set of s w J............................32 40 19: HoJtg, Benj. & H. K. lots 2 3 and 4.. ........................32 139 6 33
.. strip 12.1............... 1070 3 3 11OSO Cockrell, A. W.Williamson lot 1 des deed book C. 83 33 2 1 92 Wilkinson, H. :P. trip 7 and 8 of sub div des deed 33
!'" strip ......".......... ............... 3 39 part lot 1 des deed book C. p 22 33 I 89! book A. page 69...................34 13 6 53
. :. '' strip 14......". .........."............... 1100 3 39! part part lot 1 des deed book C. p p 325 33 A 89 Stewart, J. Q. strik 13 ofUb div des deed

.; Township 22 s range 34 and 35 e John S.SchoonmakerMattie part lot 1 des deed book F. p 460.33 1 1 92; A. P 619......................... 3.3 8 2 86
: .t. strip 1 1-10 interest Delespine J lot 1 des deed book J. 1w 33 1-16 1 19! Township 27 8 range 36 e......

... ,f ., If \. rant.................. ............... 1300 3 59! Savage, S. A.Williamson part} lot 1 des deed book E. P 394 p 33 2J 1 92: Gleason, S. G. and C. all........................................ 1 640 2 80
; strip 3 1-10 interest Delespine J. S. lot 1 des deed book F. 460 33 3 39! Littlefield all except e t of s e !............... 2 560 4 57

.. ,JI grant................................. 1360 3 59 Dixon, T. K.Smith part ne.ofnv1..................p....... 33 40: SO e and e of wi.................... 3 480 2 21
L" strip 410 interest Deles ine Minnie: E. part; of s e J of n w J des deed. Conover, r:. H. w t....................................... 160 1 63

. grant.................. ......... ..... 1280 3 59! book J, 376iv ....................... 33 1 2 12 lots 2 3 and eA........................ 4 560 4 57 '
17 .......... 1360 p lots 12 and !........................ 9 3i1 2 45
.' strip! Delespine grant.. 3 39! Unknown s | of n w J.......................... 33 40! 2 60( e .
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:strip 18......."........... '............. .1360 3 39 tail}, BerrianWingood. part of net of s wi des deed Adams, Chas S.. 0V # of s e ..... ..........?...... 40 104

strip 19......."..........."............. .1360 3 39 book H. 3+1..................... 33 6..2 86 .BeasonS.GandC.nejejof sejandnof sV
strip 20......."...........".............. 1360 3 39 DavidUnknown n e cor lot 1 1 P Hardee's plat of In Littlefield 1- of s e !.......................... .. 10 260 2 34

: I. strip 22......."..........."............. .1360 3 39 dian River City....... :...........33 .3 59: Conover, E. H. w j............ .......................... 10 320 2 SO
.. '; strip 23......."...........".............. 3 39 lot 7 e A Hardee's plat of Indian Unknown = of s w of s e 1................. 10.20 i4GJea.on

', strip 25 {except land of Reed). River City.......................... 33 SO( S. G. and C. n e i of n e 1 n I of set of ne .
.,'! Dele p1 e grant.................. 1245 3 59 Cuyler, BentlyUnknown w i of e J of lot 11 Hardee's plat Littlefield 1w of n e j n w 1- and n 1ofswjswjofswjsjofs

\; : strip 26 Delespine grant........... 1340 3 39 of Indian River City............ 33 1 39 s
:
: I trip 27 ......"...,......."............. 1170 3 39A s J of lot 17 Hardee's plat of Indian e t of s \V 1 and s e 1............ 11 600 3 26

t ', :' strip 28......."...........' ............. 980 3 39 River City.................... 33 i 1 09 Unknown[ n of s e 1- of s wi................. 11 20 74 '
x- all that part Delespine grant lot 18 Hardee's plat of Indian Gle:1SOnj S. G. and C. aU except s of 8 e t of n w 1
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t. > -I north of strip 28................... .2320 9 47I River City.......................... 33 94 Littlefield and g k of s w t of s w j.........12 600 2 86 .
all that part Dele-pine grant lot 20 n w Hardee's plat Unknown g 1 of s e i of n w 1.................. 12 20 74

south of strip 1.................... 40tH 6 53Jr Indian except River City\ ................ 33 1 24 sofswofsw ...................12 20 74 'A
Township 23 s range 33: e..1 l lot 21 Hardee's plat Indian River Teason S. G. and C. n e i e j of n w j e i of s w I and

: lot 1..................................... 24. 28 1 01'DicbOD City............................... 33 2 86 Littlefield set...................................13 480 241 ,
of of des deed Clements Unknown n j of n w 1 of n wi............... 13 20 60
J. E. part n e I n e George lot 27 Hardee's plat Indian Ricer '
; book K. page 117................... 5 1 24 City.................. ............ 33 1 39 \Villiams, F. B. s j of n w 1 of n wi.....:.......... 13 20 60
" of ... .. .. .. ........ 13 40 74
of ofne des deed UnknownCarlile Unknown s w 1- 8 wi. ... .
Mrs River i
Phufs J. C. part n e I 1 lot 28 Hardee's plat Indian I
: book J. p 300 and 338............25. 11 1 53 City....... .............. ........ .33 1 39 nwjofswj......................... 13 40 74 J! .
n w I of s w }........................ 25 40 19: James. lot 33 Hardee's plat Indian Riv- oleasonSG&cLittlefeld, alt........................ ............... 14 640 2 80 t.Unknown
: .' of ......................1..15. 40 1 0-1 f t
22 35 ............ 33 1 24 a: sa n e i n e 1.
,' Township s range c er Citvlot ................... :
'Unknown s w j of n e j.................... ..... 6 40 3 3t3jofnejofnwj Unknown 36 Hardee's plat Indian River Reason, S. G. and C. w j of n e 1-and wI of 8 eland t
.................................... 16 480 2 41
................ 6 233t City................................... 33 1 39 LittlefieJd \V i
6 338 c fractional..............................17 421 60 .j
31juf nwofnw 1............... lot 38 Hardee's plat Indian River
201 fractional.............................. 20 224 1 92 :
s w 1 of n w #........................ 6 40 4 86 City.................................33 80 t '
1401 4 86 River al I............. ..........................21 640 2all 80
lof n w lot 39 Hardee's plat Indian
s e 33 80 ........................................ 22 640 2 80
Florida Land and Improvement j..6 I City........................... .. '
all n fof s e 1 of s w j.1.23 620 2 80
except
of 120 1 09 Hardee's Indian River .
j lot 40 plat
: Co w j s c 1 19 .33 80 n ....................................... 24 320 1 63s
'Uabown lot 44 ..............................
13'Florida City. Riv l:....................................... 25 320 1 63
lot 66 lot 41 Hardee's plat Indian .33 74 all........................................ 26 640 2 80
Land and Im- er City.............................. ...21 120 1 33 ;
provement Co. lots 1..7 190 1 02 lot 42 Hardee's plat Indian River Unknown s w I except n w j..1.1.,1

City.. ..............................33 69 xleason, S. G.and: C.Littlefield .
33 12 21 t: n 1 e k of set........................ 440 2 28
147 15 15 Jarvis A. A. 3 des deed book G. 34D
:Sackett, F. D. lots } part lot p .2S
120 1 33
of and I of wI.....
33 1 92 Adams, Chas S. s s \V t n e s
80 1 92I Burnham J. des deed book J. 19
'Unknown s i part lot 3 p 33 6 33 Unknown n w i of s e j.......................... 40 74s
n e l net......................... 54 1 19 Papworth, H. M. part lot 3 des deed book J. p 495 33 6 33 w t of set........................... 2f 40 74Gleason
sw i of ne j 1.......................... 3 40 119sejof Altree, George part lot 3 des deed book H. p 299 of
6 33 So G. and C. net swjswjof set e iLittlefield
'. sejof nej.......................... 3 40 19V Fisher, Harry part lot 3 des deed book I. p 319 33 of s e i and n }.................... 480 2 41

., s \ t of n \V j........................ 3 40 1 19 Township 24 s range 37 e 7 40 1 92 dams Chas S. 0V t of y e I.......................... 33 40 74w
: 40 1 19 ......................... ,
.
y'. sejof n wl.:1 Unknown g w | of n w J
34 192 i of s w j...........................33 80 144Jknown
z;? n e I of 8V 1......................... .3 40 11 9 lot 4...................................... 11 40 1 92 8 e t of s w j........................1.33 40 74
nejof s e j.......................... 40 1 19 3ejofswj........................... 11
: 34 40 74
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,; .11 40 1 92 Adams (bas S. nV i of s e j..................... ....
n w I of s e j........................ .3 40 1 19 3 w J of s e }.......................... 11 40 1 92 s of sv t-........................... 34 80 104 I
c' swjof sej.......................... 40 1 19 set of se |........................... jnwofswjaw
8 e }............................. 40 1 19 !I Ainslie, OscarUnknown nl of s w t of n wI............... 14 20 4 13 Gleason Littlefield, S. G. and C. n e 1 I of, set n w and e i of s c i........ 84 480 2 41 C,

w or 8 e }............................. .12 80 1 92 Township 25 a range 36 e 2 80 3 39 all........................................ 35 640 I 2 80
:. lots 3 and 6............................ 28 58 3 39 e i of net............................. ........................................ 36 640 2 80 f tall
Township 228 range 37 e lot 4 except land of Robbins, '>4 Township 27 s 37 e...... ;
n of n wI........................... Ii 80 7 80 Mans & Hiscock................. 2 12 88 5 06 65'Vilkinson w jof nw iV jofsw range j andse'v 3i

g \V lof 8 W j...........................Ii 40 1 92 Ryder, S. part lot 3 des deed book G. p 634 3 .. I of s w j............................ 2 200 6 53 ::,
Township 22 s range 39 e...... H. P. L6 J acres s part lot 3 and 8} acres 3 25 0)625 lot 12 and 3........................... 3 124 '633nwjof )
\ Tionel. John 'V. lot 4 or s of sej.................. 9 62 7 80 n part lot 4......................... nwjandsjof nwj 5 120 398 ,.

. Township 23 S Range 36 E. Ryder, S. 0V J of s e J part of net of s e 22 70'ViJkinson Unknown n w t of s w j. ....................1. 5 40 2 66 -I
96..4 54
1Jnknown lot 1..G 56 1 92 1 des deed book D. p nejof s wi......................... .5 40 3 39 T.
lot 2......................................16 150 1 92 H. P. 12 acres s part n e J of set ands 05 nell G. B. lot 3 and s e 1 of s wi...... ...... 95 4 86 /
Od Joseph, lot 3 4 and 5 fractiona1............ 16 20 2 66 e J of se \......................... 4 40 52 30 1 19 Gleason, S. G. and C. n \V 1 of 'S e 1 w of n eland. ..'fLittJefieJd

Unknown fractional sec.......................... 18 31 1 92 Unknown s w 1 of s e wI.................................... 6 440 7 12
lot 1..................................... 19 43 3 39e Brown, Spencer part lot 3 l..4. 18 29 Unknown n e i of n e 40 1 19 jnejof
j of sV j........................... 26 80 3 39lot and in 19 e t of n e 1..6 40 1 19
2 blk T Hardeville............... 30 74 Unknown se } of s w .......................... 40 6 6 33 33 se j........................... 40 1 19

lot 8 blk! T........"..................... 30 74 3 e t of s w } in arrears for 1887 10 40 6 33 sejof set.................. ........ 6 40 1 19 fnwjof
nwjof sej.......................... 30 40 486 set of s win arrears for 188610. 40 6 33 sej......._................. 6 40 119nejofnej 4
nwjof sej......................... 30 40 4 86 3 e I of s w } in arrears for 1885 10 40 7 80 ............................ 7 40 119
.................30 35 4 86 w J of s w t..r.................10 80 .... 7 40 119
lot 2...................... 7 80 set of n e l.......:........ .. .
'Weste"elt Edgar part lot 1 des deed book D. p 270.31 2 1 92 w J of s w j in arrears for 1887 10 80 7 80 sjofnwjofnej.................7 20 82 h

HdmDIC.. part lot 1 des deed book A. p 143 31 5 4 13 v i of s w 1 in arrears for 1886 10 80 236 GJeason, S. G. and C. n e i of s e i........................... 7 40 1 19 ..
Wilson Harriet L. part lot 1 des deed book D. P 104 31 5 3 39 lot 4..................................... 12 62 Littlefield e of s \V 80 1 92
1 92n
Unknown, part lot 1 des deed book D. p 164 31 10 7 80 g of n w J of n w 1...............12 20 Unknown n e i of n j..7 40 1 19 i.3
wof 1 A of n e 1........................... 13 801 86 40 119
1 of
.Holmes e n
Geo W. g w 10f n e I n s 50 10 74 n w t n .asejofnwj ,
of HV of s e I and lot 2...... 31 165 10 94 White, James H. part s J of s e } and part lot 3..13 .......................... 7 40 1 19

Unknown n \V I of n e i......................... .31 40 4 86 Stewart, J. Q. lot 1, 2 n w J of s eland n 26 nwjofswj......................... 7 40 1193wjofswj
Uolmes Geo W. n part fractional.................... 32 2 6 33 acres of lot 3....................... 26 130 24 17 ...........................7 40 119aw
Unknown s i of n \V 1 of n wi................34 20 1 92 Unknown 3 12 acres lot 3........................ 26 12 7 80 jofse j.......................... .7 40 1 19 _'
8 lof n \V I of nV 1............... 34 10 1 19s Keith, Rosannah get of n w }.-....................... 26 40 1 92 3wjofsej........................... 7 40 119 ,
s \ ofne ......................... .36 40 1 92n Unknown a e J of n w \........................ 26 40 1 92 set of s e 1........................... 7 40 1 19Gleason }
w 1 of 8 e i......................... 36 40 1 92 n wof n w \........................ .26 40 192 S. G. and C. '
Township 23 S rang 3i e...... 3 wjof s e \ .......................... 40 1 92 Littlefield e j of s e j.............................. 8 80 2 12 -

}i lot 2......................................13 40 1 04 3 w j of s e i.......................... 40 1 92 92 Unknown lot 1..8. 29 3 93
ly :. lot 3.....................................13 35 1 92 n \v t of s e i...........................31 40 80 1 3 39 Higgins, E. W. 3 e 1-8 of s e 1 of n e 1.............. 8 5 1 19
.-' 0 W 1 of s wI........................ 13 40 1 92 w J ofne }.... 35 80 3 39 Seabrook, T. L. part lot 2 des deed book E. p 568 8 6 1 33

lot 1......................................14 11 1 19S' n i of s e \.... 35 40 1 92Spratt Houston, John lot 2 except land of Higgins and tSeabrooks. y
; Township 23 s range 38 e. s e \ of se }.... 35 ........................... 8 30 3 59

lot i........................1....1.1...... 32 17 1 19 & Cockrell sfofsejofne \.....35 30 66 1 7 92 80 Snell, G. B. uejof nwj........ .................8 40 133 ri
'> Township 24 S, Range 35 E. 3 28 acres of lot 1 and lot 2....... 361 Unknown. s e j of s w j......................... 8 40 1 33

!\. gel of s w 1........................... 24 40 1 92 Township 25 s range 37 e I 11 74 8 W 1 of s w j......................... 8 40 133 x
......... 25 40 192 Unknown lot 1.... 2 lots 1 and 45 6 33 >
nwjof nej............... Houston, John part 2..9 -
r Township 24 s range 36 e lot 2.......... .......................... 2 11 74 Unkno'n lot 3...................................... .9 56 6 33

.. . n c 1..................................... 2 1 6 0 3 39 lot 1..................................... 3 40 36 1 192 92 Gleason, S. G. and C. .
n w .................................... 2 160 339 lot 4.................................... 3 92 Littlefield w j of n eland w j of s e j..1 160 6 53
25 1
;. ., 8 W 1..................................... 2 160 3 39 Spencer,Pardon 3 part lot 3 ............................ 7 20 9 27Township S. G. GIe.1SOn lots 12 and 3 ..........................11 123 4 l6
; e 1.................... ................. 2 160 3 39 Gould & Mockridge n part lot 2............................ 31 Unknown 0 e t of n w j......................... 11 40 1 92
1 B's. of j \V j des deed book 26 s range 36 e lot 1.............. ............._........ 13 46 1 92
.t,,., Part H. n 19/-e .n....... .................. 6 10 212 Stewart, J. Q. lot 1......................................1 51 35 486t 1 92 nejof nw j.........................13 40 1 92 -

lnknown \v i P of n \V 1........................ 6 33 192 Unknown lot 2..1 30 3 39 s w t of n w j......................... 13 40 1 92
,: n nwj........................ 6 40 192swjof to 4............:......................... 1 sejof nwj.........................13 4Qi 192
3
: 80 39
of \V 1.................. ..... 6 40 1 92 eof s w \............................. 1 .......................... 40 1 192 zhnwjofswj
nawwj I of s s w 1........................ 6.. 40 1 92 e of n e j............................. 2 80 3 39 net of s w j.......................... 13t 40 1 92
; of w #.......................... ,I.. 40 1 92I. .. w of s wi............................ 80 1 92 o e i of n e j.-....................... 40 3 39
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n .2
n e 40 1 92
:, n w lof nV 1........................ I 40 19.>. n e } of s e J.......................... 80 1 92 lot 2.....................................114 38 633..
.. net of 8 e 1........................... 1040 3 39 w i of n w.1 lesson;.S. G";' lots 123 and 4 bJk A. Eau Gallie 16 .1 04 ,tr
40
I.:>'I'n 1 of e 1......................... 10 40 3 39 n e i of ne \..............:............11 1 92 lot 5 blk A. Enu Gall1e............ 16 ..,. 60'i' .>
w ;r s 3 39 ........................ 11 40 1 92 .
'' swjofswj.......................... 14 40 nwof n e J lots 6 8 9 and 10 blk A. Eau : ; ::
}............................ 14 80 1 9: :--. 3 w t ofne }.......................:. 11 40 1 92 Gallie.................................16 139.E s.j.r
jof s e
Cockrell, A. 1V. et a1 w lot 1 and n \V lof n c 120 60 88 6it' > .;.' ._ set of n e i.-....................... 11 40 1 '92 Unknown lot,11 bik-A. Eau allie._........ 16 -- 14.if .
a$known n nOf8wj0f part n e #................. 20 20 633 .... lot 1.-.......................... 12 30 3 39 lot 12 blk A....".!.....".. ............16 .74 '
Dix on, W. L. lot 1 .on deed book B. 20 .. '. :: n w J of n w }.........:.......;.;.... 12 40 1 92 lot 13 bl1 A..L........ ..............16 .,::14.n<.:

f I: pase as 206.Per map............................ 21 22 506 s \v \ of n w i........................ 12 40 1 92 lot \6 blk A.:.."......."......._.....16 74" "

,: lXOn, Jane lot 2, 3 and n jI of Jot 4 as per I20( 4.
book D. 2061211 62 22 10 Continued. onw Page
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278 37 eGleason All in Tp 30 S, Range 35 E. !,. tFlorIda
27 37 e. Township range
.. : lots Township 17 18 19 20 s 21 range and22 blk A. S. G. all blk 68.. ......... ...Eau Gallie 21 1 19' Southern U. all........................................ 6'' &Vi. ..
:.: ., Gleason, S. G. Eau Gallie...........;;............. 16 2 21 lot 1 b1k 69................."......."... 21 56 R. Company. all............ .................. ........( SiSti It t
t Unknown lot 23 blk A. Eau Gal1ie........... 16 74 Unknown lot 2..69.................".....:'... 21 56 all........................................'10, S4t : &:
,. G. lot 24 blk A...."_.....".............. 16 74 Gleason, S. G. lots 3 to 10 inclusive blk 69 Eau all..11...111...111..111.11..1111......... 12 ; r
Gle son, S. .; lot 25 blk A....". ....."..............16 74 \ Gallie ............................... 21 1 24 all....................................... 1-11 MS ;
Unknown lots 26 and 27 blk A. Eau Gallie 16 74 all blk 71 ...............Eau Gallie 21 1 19 all........................................i,118 f &II' -q '
: ,Gleason, 8. G. lots 12 3 and 4 blk B... ... ... ...16 104 all..72...... ............"......".... 21 89, aii............... ........................ 20 I,: 641 -4
\ lots 6 and 7 blk D....... ...... ... 16 86 all..73...... ...........:.......'... 21 60 all......... ....................... ..... <> >I G-I
lot 9 blk B..h... 16 74 all..74......... ........."...... ... 21 1 19 all............ ... .. .1ft \ .;), r" FU .
Unknown G lot 10 blk B..h........."......"... 16 74I lots 12 and 3 blk 75...."......"... 21 67' II"I.... ............... 1'1.13; i}
Gleason, S. lot 11 blk B..............."......"... 16 74 Unknown lot 4 blk 75.......................:..... 21 60 all............ ...:....................... 28 G41, % &)
Unknown S. G. lots 1213 and 14 blk B..h......"...16 1 33 Gleason, G' Jot 567 and 8 blk 75..."......: .. 21 89' all........................... ........... 31J 643; ; !Q
Gleason, lot 16 blk .............&u Gallie 16 74 all blk 76..................: .....:'... 21 74 all.,3., (36t 8}
j' lot 17 blk.. ..............."...... ...16 74 all..: ..77.......... .........".....:'... 21 1 33 all......................................., 640C33.; .
Unknown lot 18.blk.."..............."...... ...16 74 all..78...................'......"... 21 1 3all. all..................... ............. :36 fcIII :. r; o
lots 19 20 21 and 22 blk D Eau ..."...79..1...... ......"... 21 13; Township 30 s range 37 e.:::::
G.
', ." Gleason, S. Gallie...................... ........... 16 1 83 Unknown net of net.....1.................... 17 40 1 9nwofne wI...... ........... ................ .... I 32Cil lp
l lots 25 to 37 inclusive Eau GaBie 16 2 66 }.........................17 40 19swofne n w J and s \............. ............ .30 I 432 %
I all blk C...................."......I'. 16 29 85 }..........................17. 40 19seofne all ......................................131'' rrt 3ti
: all blk D....................."......"... 16 1 33 }...........................17 40 19neof sv tall .....:.............................. 16Q! 1 63
1. all blk 1 except lots 1215 and nw }.........................17 40 1 9nwofnw Unknown Fleming grant ..................! S 1"
16.......................Eau Gal1ie 16 9 86 }........................17 40 19swofnw Township 30 s range 3S e...... 11 ,
all blk 2....................."......"... 16 2 8u }........................17 40 1 92 lot 1...................................... 3. -1-;' ; cv c.'"
.:' lots 12 3 and 4 blk 3.. ......'....16 1 04 Gleason, W. H. H. 11 e t of s w }......................... 17 40 1 92 lot 2...................................... .j.. 59'
Unknown lot 5 blk 3.................:'...... ... 16 60 nwofsw 1........................11 40 19swofsw : lot 4....... ............................... 31 36 :IJ
': lot 6 blk 3.\.....'.... 16 60 }.......................... 17 40 19 neofnw........................... 3 40 S: )
S. G. lots 7 8 9 and 10 blk 3.."..... ...16 1 04 set of it wi.......................... 17 40 1 92 s t ofnejofne \...................10 30 ::1 ;)
Gleason Unknown lot 11 blk 3................ .....: ... 16 60 Unknown net of 8 e }..................... ......17 40 1 92 sejofriej............... .......... 10 40, :IQ:
lot 12 block 3.............."......"... 16 60 n w 1 ofse }..........................17 40 1 9swof Stralson. Oscar part lot 3 des deed book D. p SO H 15, 2 66
Gleason S. G. lot 13 14 15 and 16 blk 3 Eau se }..........................17 40 1 92; UnknownGibson n e J ofsw J.......................... 14I( 3->>
; Gallie......... .......................16 1 24 s e i ofse }......... .................17 40 1 92; ::5: eofsw \...........................14 .f( 3 30
I all blk 4..................E a u Ga1lie 16 3 39 Gleason, W. H. H. nofseandneofsw }.....18120 13'S. nwofne \......................... 15 40 la
lot 12 and 3 blk 5......".. ...'.... 16 89 G. Gleason and C. D. P. e part lot 2 lot 3 and 4 and u w
.Gleason G. G. lots 4 5 6 7 89 and 10 blk 5 Eau Littlefield n I.................. .....................18 320 2 28! part of lots 5 6 and 1.......... :! 30 c.i
Gallie................................ .16 6 53 Unknown n w 1 of 8 wi........................ 18 40 1 19 Unknown fractional sec 26 except 4 acres lrJ
Gleason, S. G. lots 1112 and 13 blk 5 Eau GaBie.16 89 s w t of s wI.........................18 40 1 11se to Cain.............................. 26
lots 1 to 10 inclusive blk 6 Eau 1 of 8 e }...........................18 40 1 1neofne -
Gallie................................. 16 121 }.........................19 40 11; all Fleming grant.....................38 6 4 (6
Unknown lot 11 blk .............. GaBie.16 60 nwofne }.........................19 40 11; c-
S. G. lot 12 blk 6..1...16 60 s. G. Gleason and C. Township 30 s range 39 e......
Gleason'Unknown lot 1 blk 7..................".....:'... 16 60 Littlefield s }........................................19 320 3 00 Holmes, Geo. W. lot 7.-.............. ; 7i 331
let 2 blk 7.................."......"... 16 .60 Unknown n e 1 of n e 1.......................... 20 40 1 92n lot 3.....................................17 hF "
GleaSon S. G. lot 3 tc? 11 inclusive blk 7 Eau w 1 of n e }......................... 20 40 19.. lots 1 and 2............................17 333
Gallie................................16 212 swofne.1..................... 20 40 19: Gibson, D. P. lots 1 and 2............................ -u. 3 3)
all except lot 12 blk 8..Eau Ga1lie 16 2 66 seofne }.................1......... 20 40 19. lot 1..................................... 2S 30 I ?:
Unknown lot 12 blk 8.................".......'...16 60 Snell, J. T. part lot 1 des deed book J. p 24021 2 1 19 Unknown all Fleming grant.................. 30 81 3 >>
Gleason S. G. all blk 9...................."......"... It 2 80 Unknown s w 1 of n wI......................... 21 40 3 39 Township 31 8 range 35 e......
: all blk 10..............1..."......"... 16 1 33 w i of 8 e }.. .......................... 24 80 48( Florida Southern R. all....................................... 2 639 2 8)
all blk 11.................."......"... 16 1 33 s e i ofse }........................... 25 40 19 R. Company all....... ............................... 4 639 280
all blk 12 ................:.......'.... 16 2 80 GleasonV., H. H. lot 1 and 2.............................. 27 56 1 92. all................ .... .................. 6 636HI 280
all blk 13 ................. ...... ...16 2 66 S. G. Gleason and C. w I of s w }......?11.11...1.......... 28 80 3 39 all....................................... 8 64: 2EOS9
all blk 14 .................".....1'I..16 2 66 Littlefield set and wi...........1.............. 29 480 8 98 all.......... .................... ...... 0 611
aU blk 15........... ......"......"... 16 2 66 all]............. ........................... 30 640 5 15 all...... ............ .................... ( 284
lots 12 and 4 blk 16... ...... ...16 1 04 all. ........ ...............................31 640 5 15'' all......................................... 63$ 2843
Unknown lot 5 hlk 16................ .....:.1..16 60 all.......... ............................... 640 5 15 all............. ........................... 636 280
Gleason S. G. lots 6 7 8 and 9 blk 16... ......'... 1 04 w I of 8 eland wi..................33 480 8 9fMetcalf all......... ...... ................... :. 63$ :! SI)
Unknown, lot 10 hlk 16...............".....:.... 16 60 'Vm. I. s e i of s e 1......... ................. 33 40 1 92 all.-........ ........... ............ 640 2lO
Gleason S. G. lot 11 blk 16........... ....'...... ...16 60 Unknown lot ....................................... 26 1 92 all......... ............ ................2-1 640 28')
Unknown, \ lot 12 blk 16..............."...... ...16 60 lot 2...................................... 34 53 63 all......................... ................26 639 284
Glea8 S. G. lots 131415 and 16 blk 16 Eau lot 3...................................... 34 27 48EMetcalf all............................ 8 64063&J 284
Gall ie................. ...............16 1 24 'Vm. I. lot 4 and w of s e i except 5 all................... ......... 280
all except lots 5 and 12 blk 17 acres in n w cor and I of s wI 34 191 153Metcalf all............... ............ ') 640 28')
Eau Gallie.. .......................16 2 71 G. I. n w cor of n w i of 8 e }............34 5 82 all. ......................... 639 % SO
Unknown lot 5 blk .............. Gallie 16 60 Unknown lot 3...................................... 36 43 4 13 all............................ 641 28')
". lot 12 blk 17..............."...... ...16 60 Township 288 range 37 e....... Township 31 s range -.3..
Gleason, S. G. lot 1 23 and 4 blk 18..."......"... 16 1 04 Camp, 'Vm. 1\1. lot 3 blk 10.............. lelbourn(' 2 892 Gibson, D. P. lots 2 3 and s w \ ofse 106 26 e
Unknown lot 5 blk 18................"......"... 16 60 all ....."...16..a....... 4 86 iwjofn w.1........ 404t 1S3
;.Gleason. G. lots 6 7 8 910 and 11 blk 18 Eau Unknown lot 4..19..2 74 Unknown n e } ofsw \ ............. 1 9:!
Oa 1 lie................................16 1 53'tUnknown s I lot 1 blk 1 92 n w of s wI............... 4( 14:
lot 1 blk ............ Gallic 16 60 l\Ietcalf, G. I. lot ......."...24..2. 3 39'Uonrdman Gibson, D. P. lot 1.............................._...... 36 19::
Glea.40n, S. G. lots 314 15and16 blk 18 ., 16 1 04 Lucy part of 8 w 1 des deed bOOk E. p Unknown all Fleming grant.................... 38 7617 rJ 8i
lots 12 3 and 4 blk 19 Eau Gallit' 16 1 04 406..................................... 3 90 15 25 Township 31 s range 39 e
Unknown lot 5 blk 19..............."......"... 16 60 Camp\Vcn. N. w part of net of s e I des deed lot 2part................. .................... -I :34 14::
Gleason, S. G. lots 6 7 8910 and 11 blk 19 Eau book J. p 25 5 06 Kitching, Walter lot 1 des! deed book D. p 2-J8 6 1 11'
Gallie.................................16 1 53 Rice, Ancil part of s e 1 Kitching, Jos. & Sarah part lot 1 des deed book E. p tiO 6 1 141
Unknown lot 12 blk 19.&u Gal1ie 16 60 p 643 1 94 Unknown n e \ of s e \.......................... 7 4192
Gleason, S. G. lots 131415 and 16 blk 19 Eau Hippard, A. J. part of s e nwofse i.-...... 7' 4(. 192
Gallie................................. 16 1 24 oook I. p 203..3 94 iwofse \........................... 7 40 19:
lots 12 and 3 blk 20 Eau Gallit-.16 89 Unknown II e 1 of n e 40 1 92 Kroegel, J. G. all fractional.......................... 141 1 ro
Un1m'Hvn lot 4 blk 20................".....:.... 16 60 n w 1 ofne 40 1 92e Unknown lot 1...................................... 81 33 19:
\ Gle son, S. G. lot 5 to 16 inclusive blk 20 Eau l of s e }. 7 4 13 lot 2....................................... 4( 26'i
Gallie......... .......................16 2 28 nwlof n1 1........................ 10 40 192 40 266
all blk 21...........,.....Eau Gallie 16 2 80 l Lot 2 blk D. south Melbourne..11. 60 Iot6.1& -K 192:
all blk 22.................."......"... 16 2 80 GoodeF. C. lot 9..I..4'.... ...... 11 89 nwofne \...... ..... ............ 201, (, 221
all..."...23........................."...16 2 36 Goode, John lot. 11 "...1..................:".... .......11 89 oJ w \ of 8 e \...................-...... 20I I ( 21
al1.."...24........................."...1G 1 48 Mellor, John s e 1 of s e !..................1.........11 40 3 39 seofse }............................20 I 40 22 1
all..."..25.................. ....:'... 16 1 92 Unknown net of 8 W .111....1.1...............16 40 1 92 lot 1...................................... 23 :34 192
all..26.................."...... ...16 1 92 nwof se }........ ....... ...........16 40 192 lot 4............._.... ................. 28 1'40| 221
all..."...27.................."......"... 16 1 92 sV i ofsw }1111,1,1............. 22 40 1 92s set of s e 1........................... 4(' 19:
all..."...28.................:'...... ...1G 1 92 e 1 of 8V }.......................... 22 40 '1 92 net ofne }.......................... 2911 40 1w;
al1...u...29..................u......u... 16 1 92aiL. sw t of net of n e }............... 27 ,10 119 s e i of n e I........................... 29Ie 19;
.:'...30.................."......" ...16 1 63 n e of n w t.......................... 27 40 1 92n net of 8e |........................... 29 40 19
all... ...31..1..1..1. ......"...16 1 63 w of n w }.........................27 40 1 92'' set of ne t.-..... 33 40 2Gb
all..."...32.................."......"...1G 1 63 Wilbur, Mary M. set ofse }........................... 27 40 1 92 i,W I ofse i...........................33 40 19:
al1..33...... ........ ...". ......"...16 1 33 Unknown n w lof n wi........................ .35 40 1 92'' :se of s e J........................... 33 40 1...
all..."...3-1.................. ......."...16 1 19 s w 1 ofnw }.........................35 40 1 92e lot 1...................................... 34 31 133:
all..: ...35........ ................"...16 1 33 of n w }........................... 36 80 2 36 lot 2................. .............. .... 34 46 9- 6tj
all........3G..............1... ...... ...16 1 33 Tuwnship 28 8 range 38 e./ l lot 3..1.1..1..1.............. 34' 60 339:
\ all... ...37..... ..........."......"....16 133all. lot 1......................................17. 19 1 04'' lot 1..................................... 40 3 339I
..."...38..................'..........16 1 33 lot 2...................................... 17 40 1 92 I lot 1 in arrears for 1887tot1inarrearsfar1886..3.--........35( 40 3'
all..."...39...... ...... "......' ...16 1 33 lot 3......................................17 2 1 92 40 3sg:
all .."...40.................."......"...16 1 33 lot 4...................................... 17 2 1 92 lot 1 in arrears for 40
\ all..."...41.................."....1."... 16 1 63 lot 5......................................17 36 1 92 i! ot2..................... 35 3 :rJ
all:."...42.................."......"... 16 1 04 lot 6..................._................. 17 52 1 92 lot 2 in arrears for 1885..1 35 339
all.......43.................." ......"... 16 1 63 lot 7......................................17 5C; 2 66 lot 2 in arrears for 35 3 :J
( all..1.44./.1..." ...16 133all. lot 1......................................18 4 2 66 lot 2 in arrears for 35 339 crJ:
... ...45./?....1..11..."......"...16 1 19 lot 1.......................:.............. 20 64 2 66 lot 2...................................... 36 I 40 1 g;
all..46 ................."......"... 16 1 19 'Vard, R. A. 8 t of nV 1........................... 31 39 7 80 Williams, A. F, S. n J lot 6.............. ........... .... 36 10
all..47.. .............. .... ..1... ...16 1 19 Damon, G. W. & E. C. part lot 4 des deed book C. p 347 31 30 12 21 Evans, Ida F. s i of n i of lot 6..................... 36 10 S'J
all..: ...44.................. '......"...16 1 19 Unknown lot 3 51 2 66 Unknown si lot 6Township................................. 36 20 1
..:'... .................."......"... 16 89 McQuaig, Julia n !1..g. 17 1 19 32 s range 35 e
all..." ...50........... ......"......" ...16 89 Unknown lot 3...................................... .33 20 1 92 Florida Southern R. all and lots 123 and 856655J 3 39
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.\ all... ....51.................. ............16 89 lot 7............. ........................ 34 21 1 63 R. Company all and lots 12 3 and 3 39
lot 12 and 3 blk 52...."......"... 16 67 lot 2.................;.....................34 38 1 92 all and lots 12 3 and 4..2.. a 339'
ti lots 6 7 and 8..52...."......"... 16 74 I Township 29 s range 36 e...... all..................... .... "; SO
all bl k 53....... ..........."......"... 16 1 04 : Florida Southern R. all..................... .................. 640 2 80 aiL........................ ;8o SI)
all..54.................."......"... 16 1 04 11. Company all........................................ 201 640 2 80 w 1-2 and lots 1 and 2.._.......... 12I; q 19 84a =
iots345G78and9blk55Eau w }....................................... 22 320 1 63 aIL.................. .................... 104, 647!. '
Gal lie.................................16 1 53 all....................................... 27 640 2 80 Ulall ............... ........................ 181 642 ; E<
out lots 3 and 4..Eau GaBie 16 10 1 63 all........................................ 28 640 2 80 ....................................... 20 637' ; SO cw.
Gleaicn, G. G. out lot 6...................". ....? ... 16 5 1 19 alt......... .............................. 29 640 2 80 all....... ............................... 22 655::;::.t 9 C'i!
out lot 7.'I... If.. 7 1 33 all............ ........................... 30 640 2 80 all fractional.......................... 24, 47326J047 1 ;:;
out lot 8...................."......"... 16 4 1 04 all....................................... 31 640 2 80 all fractional I .............. ........... -q "
Gleason, S. G. out lot 9...................."....1."...16 5 1 19 all...... ...... .......................... 32 640 2 80 all except n w J of s w 1_......... r f i I 2 SO
.. out lot 12.................."......"... 16 5 1 19 all....................................... 33 640 2 80 all........................................ 30' ew:! r"y q
out lot 13.................."......".... 16 5 89 # all....................................... 34 640 2 80 all........................................ 32// 640J ;
out lot 14..................".......'.... 16 6 89 I sw i................... ................. 1 04 nIl........................... .............3-11 651. 10'S9
out lot 15.................:.'...... ... 16 7 89 Township 29 s range 38 e...... all I I fractional I................-..... ... 61 475i
out lot 16.................:........"....16. 5 89 Unknown s e 1 of s e }............................ 7 401 3 39 Township 32 s range 38 e I
out lot 17.................. .... .. ... 16 6 89 amuelg, John M. lot 1 and : 76 3 39 Florida Southern R. n i w } and s 1-2........................ 30; 431 a;
.,. out lot l t............'....."......"....16 7 89 Cable. E. )1. part lot 3 !) I 2,5 3 39 R. Co. Charlotte alt....................................... 3l' 640 -.I Sf)
out lot 19..................."......".... 16 8 89 Unknown n w 1 of n 2..8 I 40 3 39s Harbor ,Division w 1.2 of s w J........................ ..! sty
out lot 20.................. '.....: ... 16 6 89 w of 8 40 339 Township 32 a range 39 e. : .. .
out lot 21..................".....:'... 16 6 89 Foster. Frank lot 5. ....... 50 3 39 Unknown n w J of n e J........................ 1| 40j 2 bo: ';.
out lot 22..a....16 8 89 It lr Annie Carmichael all fractional........... ...............1G 203 7 80 w 1-2 of s w J of n e \............... F' .J 19 oa. ,f.
out lot 23................ ..".....:.'... 16 12 89 Tengzeliut'1, H. G. E. part of n w t of n e l being n n e J of n w j......................... 31It'I 1 ,
)- all blk 57....................'...... '....21 1 33 and \V of Goat Creek............ 17 20 2 12 nw \ ofse {.-....................... .i 1 .
:: all..58.................: ......'... 21 1 33 Unknown fractional w }.....................? 27 37 3 39 swofse J............................ a 4oi 1 92'
: 1 al]..."...59............ ....:'......a'.21 1 33 So'Unuels, J. 31. lot 1 and 2........................ .... 74 3 39 ., net ofnw J...-.....................4 .4-J 11 r'
all..:'...60......... .;........"......"... 21 133'all. lot 3........................................34 47 2 66 seofse \:..................._.....4 l 92
..."...F1: ...... ............ '......"... 21 1 19 Unknown lot 4.......................................34 64 4 86 sRofne J......................... 1O 1 92: t
... all.I..62..................".....: ... 21 1 19 lot 1 and 2............................. 35 82 3 39 of n c }........................... 4 1set .
," '. all..."G3..................h"...... ... 21 1 19 lots 2 and 3............................ 36 82 3 39 lot 2w ................. -..................11 3. 1.92
\ .....,." .:' all..."...64.........................."... 2r 1 19 Township 30 s range 35 e...... J of s w {.-................-..... 11 .40} 1S 92 I
';.''",,'\ !! .., ;"'.. all!"... ..................'......."... 1 19 Florida Southern R. all......................................... 2 643 2 80 e J of a w }-......................... 1 1 .0!| 1 1s 9'
p 8.11..66.................."......"....21 1 19 ll. Company all................................. ........ 4 64 2 80 n e i of n w {.........- ..............14 40!
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THE FLORIDA STAR THURSDAY .
APR. 18. 1883 fi .
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oWNER. DESCRrnrIo S. A. and NAME l x laae8. ;
a* J -' (})sts. I I OF OWNER DESCRIPTIO"" S A. land ( :' OWNER, ;,., DESCRIPTION -OF LAND S. A.asc'S
Costs., : Coels.
U. Township 32 8 range 39 e i I' .
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-- Unknown nwofnw }'........................ 14 40 1 92't ''Florida Southern' .R.lots ownshlp 34 8 range 35 e. + Township 35 s range 36 e .
86 of s" i onw h........................ 14 40 1 92 R. 12 3 and 48 t ofnesjof Florida Southern Rail. all..;............1.,1...............,11136 640 2 80
80 t < 1 :" ; .: set of D W ......................... 14 40 192ne Company Un W 1 and e.of. 8 w t........... 4 432 1 92 way Company Township 35 s range 37 e.
80() r'r I ofsw .......................... 14 40 1 92r .................. .........11.......... 6 664 2 SO all........................................ 2 6 280
.. all........................ '.............. S 639 2 son all............. 705
80 n wi ofsw } .. .. ..... ............ 14 40 1 92s .. ._..................... 4 28G
80 w 1 ofsw }........................ 14 40 1 92 AId 'V 1.................. ......... ............ 10 320 1 92FI all......................... ................ 6 71S 2 SOall.
80 1 se 1 ofsw t.... ...................... 14 40 1 92n dmanSO mh' n w t of s wI.......1. . .. .....11 40 3 39 ......................................... S 640 2 SOall.
80 w 1 ofse }.:.................1.1111123 40 1 92 R on C.nt R. all................ ...... .................. 14 l! 40 2 80 ...................:..................... 10 641 280. '.,
................ ............ ............ 18 638 2 SO i of 'n .............. 12 80
80 < 8 W 1 of n e }..................... .. ... 23 40 192 n wI. ............ 74-
80() F .W tM' ..I" neof n w 1.L .......................23 40 1 92 a..1..1..1.1..1.... 20 639 2 SOn Florida Southern R. a of n win eland 8 I.......... 12 560 2 6&
80 s e 1 of n w t........................ ...23 40 1 92n I 1 of n eland n 1 of n w I ands R. ,Co., Charlotte all......................................... 14 640 2 80
80 e I ofse }......... ................. 23 40 1 92 1 of s w 1...... ................. ... 22 240 1 53 Harbor Division: all.................... .................... 18 642 2 80 ''
80 n wj of 8 e }................. ......... 23 40 1 92 all..................... .................... 24 554 2 80 all......... ................................ 20 640 280
80 S w t of 8 e }.. ....................... 23 40 1 92seofse eof netsof nwands j 26 480 221 all........................................ 22 640 280'ti
SO .I' }................. .......... 23 40 192neofsw all.................. ... ................1.28 640 2 SO all...........:............................ 24 640 2 goaIL. s r.
80 }.................. ...... .. 24 40 192s all............. ............ ............... 30 640 2 80 ........................................ 26 640 2 SO .
e.l ofsw }...........................24 40 1 all................... ............ ......... 32 640 2 SO a 1......................................... 28 640 280
63 w 1 of n w t....... ................. 25 40 92s all............. .:... ......... ............ 34 640 2 SO all......................................... 30 642 280
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80 net ofsw }....... ............ ..... 25 40 19E 92 all............... ...... ..................36 613 2 80 all........................................ 32 640 280'
36 set of 8V }..................... .....25 Township :14 s range 36 e. all.................................. ..... 34 640 28(0
63 of }..........................25 40 1 92 all.......... ......... .................. ....2 64C 2 SO all........................................ 36 640 280 ,
15 I s W 8 e 40 1 92 all...... .. .......... ..................... 641 2 SO Township 35 8 38 e.all. R'
of ................... range
1. ..... 26
\ n e ofne ft e .................... 40 1 92n all......... ...... ......... ... ...... ...... 6 649 2 80 ......................................... 2 664 2 SOt ;
80 w t } .1111.26 40 1 92S all.... ... ... ......... ................:.... 8 640 2 80.12 all.........:............................. 4 676 280
ofne ................. ......
86 W t } .111126 40 1 92s all............. ...... ..................... 10 640 2 80all. all........................................ 6 685 280 ,.
39 e 1 ofne }.................. ....... 26 40 1 92n ....... .................. ............... 640 280 all........................................ 8 640 2 SOall.
39 e } ofne }.................. ... .... 35 40 1 92 all...... .................. ...... ........14 643 2 80 ......................................... 10 640 280
39 nwofne }.......... .............35 40 192s all ............. .... ............ ......... 18 639 2 80 s \V 1......................................12 160 1 04
w i ofne }.......................1.136 40 1 92s aIL........ .. ....................... ;
39 .. 20 641 2 80 all........................................14 638 280 ,
e 1 of n wi.......... .......... .. ... 36 40 1 92n all................... ...... .. ...... .......
66 S 22 639 2 80 aIL........................................ 18 641 2 SO
39 e I ofsw }...........................36 40 1 92n all............. ........................... 24 639 2 80 ......................................... 20 640 280
39 wi of s wI......................... 36 40 1 92s all ..... ........... .... ........ ......... 26 640 2 80 all....................... .. ................. 638 980(
92 w i of 8 e i.... ............... .....36 40 1 92 all............. ........................... 28 641 2 80 w i of n e I and \V i of 8 eland
8 e t ofse }................ .......... 36 40 1 92 all.......... .................. ............ 30 639 2 SO wi.................................... 24 480 112:
05 Township 32 8 range 40 e all...... ............ ..... ............... 32 640 2 80 all................................. ........ 26 640 2 SO-
lot 1................... ........... ...... 20 29 1 92 all....... .............. .... .. ............. 34 639 2 SO all......................................... 28 640 2 80all.
S6 lot 1............... ...................... 20 45 2 21 all....... ............ ..................... 36 639 2 80 ................. ....................... 30 643 280w '
lot 2........... .................... .....30 40 2 21 Township 34 s range 37 e. I all........................................ 32 640 2 80638
06 lot 3...................................... 30 36 1 92 all...... ............ ..................... 2 649 2 80 ......................................... 34 2 80 '
lot 4...................................... 30 36 1 92 all.................. ......... ............ 4 646 2 80 all........:............................... 36 640 280
lot 5.......................................30 40 2 21 all......... ...... ... ..................... 6 640 2 SO Township 35 s range 39 e.
39 lot 6...................................... 30 40 3 39 all......... ............... ... ............ S 641 2 80 Olmstead, Irs. C. swofnwandnwofsw I 25 80 19: '
56 lot 7.............................. ...... 30 21 1 48 all.......... ......... .....................10 6.402 80 Township 35 8 range 40 e.
39 lot 8.....................................f 30 4! 60 all.................. ......... ...... ......12 641 2 80 Unknown + w t of n e }.......................... 4 4Q 1 92 ,
39 lot 1.................... ........ ....... al 52 4 S6 all.......... ...... ... ..................... 14 640 2 SO nwofse 1.......................... ( 1,92
32 lot 3...................................... 31 18 S9 all......... ......... .................. ...18 640 2 80 w t of 8 e 1............................4 40 It 92
39 lot 4..........;......................... .. 31 21 1 19 all.......... .................. ............ 20 640 2 80 lot 4...................................... 64 6 33
lot 5...................................... 31 30 1 63 all.................. ......... ............ 22 640 2 SO Russell, Susan P. n 110t 1......... .....................? 16 25' 4 13
30( lot 6................................. .... 31' 39 192 all......... ......... ..................... 24 642 2 80 Unknown lot 2......... ............................ 16 68 7 80
30 n 5 acres of lot 8..................... 32 5 74n all...... ... .................. ...... ...... 26 640 2 80 Hendry A. A. s w of 8 wi.............. ........... 17 40 1 19n
30 5 acres of lot 9...... ............... 32 5 74 all........................ ...... ..... ... 28 640 2 80 w i of n wI..... ...... ............. 20 40. 163
30 Township 33 8 range 35 e all............. ............ .. ............. 30 639 2 80 Unknown net Q.f 8 e }._....................... 22 40 : 192:
30 Florida Southern R all........... ......t.................... 2 659 2 80 all...... ...... ............ ............... 32 640 2 80 lot 3.......................................26 53 780swofse
30 B Company U ........................................ 4 64 2 80ee all.................. ...... ... ............ 34 640 2 SO }.......................... 35 40'3391; !
$0 .................................... ... 6 624 2 SO all.......... ............... ... ............ 36 640 2 80 Township 36 s range 35 e. 'j
$0() ....... ................................. S 639 2 SOU Township 34 s range 38 e. Florida Southern R. all............................ ............. 2 694. 2 Z
$0 ........................................ 10 640 2 80 Florida southern R. all............... ...... ... ............... 4 651 2 80 R. Company. all...... ................................... 4 : 698 !i 380
30 all of fractional n c i and s e R. Co., Charlotte all ..... ........................... ...... 6 640 2 80 all......................................... 6 S10' 28() .
and w 1-2................ ............12 482 2 41 Harbor Division all..... ............ .. .......... ......... S 641 2 80 all........................................ 8 640' 2.80( >.
30 all..................... ......... .:.......14 637 2 SOU sof s eland w 1:.................10 401 280 all............... .........................10 640 I 2 80
)0 ................ ........................ 18 618 2 SOcc all................... ......... ...... ......18 642 2 SO all........................................12 640 I 280
30 ............................ ............ 20 640 2 80 all.......... ........ ......... ........,... 20 641 2 80 all............................ ...........14 6401 280
)0 cc ...111111111..111..11.1.11.11111....1. 22 640 2 SOcc all......... ...... ............ ............ 22 640 2 80 all...11N11.111N 1 11 1111 1 1 1N1111f 111111111 18 'Z24 2 SOall. r s
30, ...................... .................. 24 483 2 21 woof n w and w 1 of 8 W } .... 26 160 104 ........... ......................... 20 640 < 2 80640 (
;0 et ... ............................ ......... 26 638 2 SO aIL......... ......... ..................... 28 641 2 80 all......................................... 22 2 8()
Ueje1.2of nV i s 1-2........... 28 557 280 all......... ......... ..................... 30 641 2 80 all........................................ 24 640 2 8rall.
b all......................... ............... 30 618 2 80 all.......... .................. ............ 32 640 2 80 ......................................... 26 640 280
::3 .e ............. ..................... .......32 640 2 SOu all................ ... ......... ............ 34 640 2 SO all...... .. ................................ 28 640 28&
12 ................... ......................34640 2 80 Unknown Township 34 s range 40 e. :all........................................ 30 702 2 80
12 lots 12 and w 1-2............ .. ...... 36 488 2 21 lot 1.................... .... .. ............ 3 28 1 33 all.......... ............................. 32 640 2 80
' r Township 33 s range 36 e lot 2.................... .................. 3 36 1 92 all......................................... 34 640 2 80
,2S all..................... .................. 2 711 2 80 lot 3..f...... ... .................. 3 22 1 48 all......................................... 36 640 1 8a
U ............................... ......... 4 718 2 SO lot 4........... ........................... 3 45 1 92 Township 36 8 range 36 e.
12, _. cc ............. ........1..111............. 6 640 280 lot 5................11..11..1..3 54 2 21 all.......................................... 2 663 3 801 1.
9I. (,.&.\..1> L"' ...................... ..................8 639 2 SO 1 lot 6........... ............. .............. 3 65 2 66s all........................................ 4 -661 2 20all.
; .. cc .......... ............................... 10 640 2 80 w t of n wi........................ 40 1 92 .................... .................... 6 66:) 2 80
4.q ". 'I ...................... .................. 12 640 2 80 3 e t of n w }........ .................. 40 1 92 all.....................:.................. S 640 2 80 _
' ........... ................. ............ 640 2 SOcc ne I of 8 wI.......................... 40 1 92n all........................................ 10 640 280
'2 ................... ..................... IS 634 2 SOu < \V 1 ofsw ........................ 40 1 92s all.......................................... 12 694 280
(0 ......................... ............... 20 636 2 SO w i ofsw }........ .........1........ 40 1 92 all........................................ 14 640 2 80
'2 ............................... ......... 22 639 2 80I' 40 192 II......................................... 18 641 280k
6 ................... ..................... 24 640 2 80 37 1 92 all........................................ 20 642 2 80
6 II ....... ................... ............ 26 640 280 54 1 92 all....... ................................. 22 640 280, I.
2 Ie ........................................ 28. 641 2 80 .3 45 1 92 I aiL........................................ 24 705 280< >
.1 el ................... ..................... 30 636 2 SO&C ,. 34 2 66 all........................................ 26 640 2 80taiL.
38 1 92 ................................ ....... 638 2 80taiL. (
.1t .......... .......... .................... 32 638 2 80 2
1n 1l cc .........................................34 640 280 seofsw.3: 50 2 66 ........................................ 30 640 2.101
&C ............................ ............ 36 640 280 40 1 92 all........................................ 2 640 8tall.
33 37 e. 40 1 92 ......................................... 34 S() \
Township 8 range 1 92 all..... .. .. ........ 730 2.80'
3; all .................. ...... ................ .2 640 2 SO 40 : hip.36. ;.;; g..37.
0n .1............................. .... ........ 641 2 SO .8 40 192 8 e.
1# ........ .. 6 639 2 80 36 1 92 Florida Southern R. all.......................................... 2 635. 2 80( ,
2- u .1111111111111111111.11111.111. 2 80 79 3 R. Co.. Charlotte all......................................... 4 641 2 80 ,
.. ............................. ......... 640 391
6 cc .8 640 2 SO lot 2................. ... .................. 10 SO 4 Harbor Division aH......................................... 6 647 2 80(
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cc .. ................ 12 639
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.1#) 2 SO lot 4................. ... .................. 10 77 3 39 all........................................10 640 2 So.all. "
.......... .................... .......... 14 640
3 2 SO lot 1.................... .................. 11 19 1 19 .......................................... 12 640 2 80( '
.. ............... 18 642
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5 lot 2.......................... ............11 26 1 63 all...................................._.. 2 go.all. .
II ......................... ............... 20 640 2 80I' ................. ......... 4 640'
9 lot 3.......... .... ...... .11 37 1 92 .... ................_. a8 280
9 It .. .......................... ............. 24 22 643 643 2 2 80 SOII lot 1.................... ..................14 38 1 92 all............................. ......__. O .' 640 280'( '

9 J .... 11111.111.1.11111111.1.111..11111. 26 637 2 80 lot 3. ............. ..... .................. 14 42 3 39 all........................................ l) 639 2 SOt
9 111111.1111..111.1111.1111.1111..1.1. lot 1..1....................... .. ....15 18 1 19 all.........................1..1 639.. 280
4 .1 ................... ..................... 28 640 280 ..... all........................ 2&)'
lot 3.................... ......'.... 15 44 3 39 ............... 2
9 4' ................... ..................... 30 640 2 80 lot 2..1............. ......... .....21 23 1 92 all........................................ 28 64 280
9 Ie ................... ..................... 32 640 2 80 P. n4 lot 3 and n 1 ufsw }.. ..... ... 21 S7 368 all........................................ 3 640 2 SO-
1 ........................................ 34 638 2 280 SO Russell, Susan lot 1................. .. ................... 23 17 1 92 all............ ............................ 32 640 280
J.J .........1.111.1111111.1111111111111111..36 639 Russell Unknown Susan P. lot 16 :md n e 1 of s w t and alL........................................ 34 640 2 SOalL. -
- Township 33 s range 38 e. fractIonal s e 1..................... 28 28 10 3D ................ ....................... 36 610 2 8o.
3' Florida Southern R. all ......... .............................. 646 2 SO 1 and all lots 2 3 4 and n Township 36 8 3S e. .

E, Co., Charlotte ,I' ..............1..... ...... .. ............. .6 638 2 SO Jones, :M. S. and wife 8110t e t of 8 e }........ .................. 33 160 15 35 all....................range....................264 280.
Jj. Batbor DivisionU .............. .. ......... ......... .. .... IS 640 2 80 lot 1...... .. ..:........ ...... ........... 34 9 1 92 all............_.....................c..1. 63 280all.
j.J .1 ......................... ............... 20 639 2 SOII Unknown R. TownshIp: 35 s range 35 ('....... ......................................... 635 2 sOt
j.J ................ .........................28 641 .2 SOU Florida Southern', all... .......... ... ...................... 2 661 2 80 alL.......................... ............. 640 2 80all.
.......... .......... .................... 640 2 SOIe R Compan) all......................................... 4 672 2 80 ......................................... 10 640. 280'Y
3 .........................................32 639 2 SOw all... ...................... ..... .......... 6 680 2 80 all.................... ................... 1.2 610
1J w t and w lof 8 \V t.......... 34 160 104 all..1....... .........1..1...... 8 640 2 80 all....................................... 14 638 2 8)0all.
1i Township 33 s range 39 e. all......... ... ...........................10 642 2 80 ......................................... 2 8() .r
1i: Unknown n e } ofne }....... .................... 12 40 1 92 all......... ..............................12 641 2 80 all........................................ 20 64 280all.
nw t ofne }......................... 12 40 1 92g all.............. ... ..... .................14 640 2 80 ................... ..................... 640 280
} w 1 ofne 1........ ............. .. ... 12 40 1 92 all....................... .t.............. 18 649 2 80 all......................................... 24 64 280
} set ofne }....................... ...; 12 40 192 all.........................:........ ...... 21 638 2 80 all................................._......26 640 2 80t
) net of s wI.......................... 12 40 192 all.................... ........ ............ 22 640 2 80 all..................................... ... 28 64 280ne
J nwofsw ........ ... .._...... ... .12 40 192 all... ...................................... 24 641 2 80 1- neofse }.. .................30 200 S2
r sw t ofsw .............. ....... .... 12 40 192 all..1..1............................... 26 640 2 SO Township 36 8 range 40 e.
z ne I ofse 1............. .. ............ 12 40 1 92 all..................................... ... 28 641 2 80 Unknown lot 3...................................... 1 86 927'
r n w i ofse 1............. ............. 12 40 192 all............... ............ .............. 30 G47 2 80 Williams, F. B. \V of n wi and w 1 ofsw ..... 160 16 3
) s \V i pf s e }........................... 12 40 1 92 all. ....................... .............. 32 640 2 80 Unknown n f lot 2................................. 36 33t
}- i e t of 8 e i........................... 12 40 1 92 all.... ....................... ............ 34 639 2 80 \Villiams F. B. w 1 8 eland wi..................... 400 633: '
2. set ofse }............ ............... 13 40 1 92 all........................ ...... ........... 36 6412 SO all....._...................................I 672 927 ,
Township 33 8 range 40 e. .. Township 35 s range 36 e. Florida Land & Iort.

1 t let l 1...................................... 6 51 1 92 all.............. .. ....................... 2 958 3 39 Co., Limited all........................ ............... 639 5 35- 4
r .; lot 2...................................... 6 [,0( 192 all................... ...................... -1 966 3 39 Unknown gage s: e i of s e }........................... 4() 1 92
.. lot 3..................... ................ 6 57 1 92 all........................................ 6 924 3 39 Florida Land & )Iortal1................ .............. .........23 639 515
lot 7........ ............................. 7 40 1 92 all........................................ 8 640 2 80 Co., Limited. a11.11111.1................1.11............. 64B 55646 5
j.J j.t lot 8...................................... 7 44 192 all.................... .................... 10 640 2 80 gage ......................... ............... 5 15
j.l r'. lot 6...................................11. 8 30 1 92 all............. ... .......... ... ......12 640 2 SO all..2 640 55
i :} lot 4.......................................16 40 192 all....................... ..................18 6-10 2 80 all........................ ............... < 35 640 515
: lot 6...................................... 16 26 119 n e I of n e 1 sin e 1 n w t and Township 36 s range 41 e. .
.; ; Wilbu.r Mary M. 1 lot S .................................... 16 30 1 9. S s 1.............. .................... 20 600 300 Hamilton B. part of frac'l e \v 1 des deed book
! gainlin, W. A. n 1 lots 1 and 2._..................... .18 40 3 39 all........................................ 22 640 2 80 G. page 238............... ...._..... 'l 3 1 19Chaffee
3 .f Unknown lot 2...................................... 21 43 2 66r all........................ ..................24 640 2 SO E. C. part of fractional 8 w i des de..
1 lot 3...................................... 21 a2 1 92 all....... ..................................... 26 640 2 80 ,book G. p 447_..................... 'i 5 9 27"
'f" lot 4.......:............................. 21 39 1 92j .' all.-... ................. 28 640 2 SO Unknown lot I....................................... 8 49 7 80
lot 6._....................................21 32 1 92 all................................. ........ 30 684 2 80 Williams, F. B. n w i....................................19 160 3 39 Sneofse
1J j lot 1....... ............ .................22 15 1 19 all..N........................ 32 640 2 80 }........................... 30 40 192;
1Z lot 2....................... .............. 27 38 1 92 all............... ........._.............. 34 640 2 80 Florida Land & Mort- \V 1.---... 19 J 3 39
'f. lot 2........................................28 43 1 92 sate Co., Limited. 8 ewi of q e 1V of set and w 30 440 86&


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RAY & BRYAN CARDS.
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LTICIE: HOUSE
GEO. BIRUMPfl'1Preparatory
irtojslctia well .
s. L RAY : : L.A. GINGRAS,
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Indian River, Florida, AdD

Having been Re-Furnished, is NOW IRRIGATION CONTRACTORS AHT-AT-UWAffl' NOTARY PDELia
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to opening up and ] ,
OPEN FOR GUESTS, under the Management room for my Extensive and Varied Successor to J. C. Norwood and Co., Solicit Correspondence. Rock Ledge, Florida. l

.of. its old proprietor and owner.

J A JES; P AINE TITUSVILLE,. FLA. TITUSVUAE, FLORIDA.33 D.L.. GAULDEN,
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; Proprietor, StockI
Spring O. J. HECTOR: : ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,

St. Lucie, Florida.39 Titusville, Florida. /

Hardware and
&
WILLIAMS
EACOTT; & CO., have Inaugurated a JONES rAttorneysat..La

'. TITUSVILIiE, FLA., G-a..A.N"D:: Gen'l Merchandise General Produce ,,-.

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

And Manufacturing of Tin Ware. A. M. Hamilton & Co., TrrusviLLE, }L.\.

'..*_ '. .. GALVANIZED WORK, ,, TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA, A.tI.. THRASHER,

Kv '; > And Repairing of all kinds I propose to keep Wholesale Dealers in
OFFERING MY ENTIRE LINE OF ATTORNEYATLAWP ,

.Location. : MAIN ST., near river. A FirstClassGROCERIES Stock Indian River Oysters O.Box 20. 8.\>FORt, iLL
.' 32 "Will practice in all the coon tie* of the S irat&
Circuit and Supreme Court. j
FISH

FOB SALE, WINTERDRESS -OF- LLEN E. IIEYSEI
.J ; Green Turtle and Game. A ,

'50 ACRES OF LAND i EDEN. All orders will receive prompt and careful at-
7. DRESSGOODS tention,whether by telegraph, Altoraey-at-Law an Comeyaiw.
OF A MILE BEAU- letter person. 17
QUARTER Lake Worth Dade County, Florida

.; ;''TIFUL FRONT.Ml.ite : : PIONEER COOPERAGESyrup
RIVER Will furnish Abstracts of Title to Dade

:. : Call llilll Five Rooms ] Barrels $2.25. County lands.
At 'Oost.ALSO
Best of grange Pine-Apple Land. Gauged to order, ten cents extra. TD B. BURCHFIELD,

i ,I.." I and .
DRY 0000SNOTIONS Wheelwrighting Repairing.C. .
,tenquire/of! / COUNTY SURVEYOR.Orders .

JOSEPH* |.:HURST, St. Lucie, Fla. A LARGE LINE, OF O. B. by mail will receive
a ; Honey barrels and Oval Water Breakers prompt
: attention as calls in person.
from $2.00 up.
/ 20.. DOLLARS S OES Address: Georgiana, Fla.
f Tanksand
: WILL BUY THE FAVORITESTYLE Meiis': Ladies' & Childreiis'CLOTHING ATKINSON.
all kinds of COOPER WORK to order.T. H.F.
'. SI :KT G-3E! :jRL HATS SHIRTS PANTSETC.

JOHNSON,
.rg I JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
SaOES.: LaGrange, : : Florida.
SEWING MACHINE.With ., AT COST.Reductions For the Second Justice District of I re-

drop 1<.af, fancy cover, two large' drawers, vard county; Court days, third Mondayof
*\rtth nickel rings, and a full net of Attachment, Q'ak' taws House each month.
: .equal to any Singer Machine sold for $40 and upwards

..asked.\ week's by'I,1 Canvassers trial iu our home, before payment is I Make on Many THE MUSIC HOUSE OF FLORIDA.

.,.. Bop direct from the Mumf-tcturers, and pave A.TS Lake Worth, Dade County, Fla.
: agents' pronts, besides getting certificates of warrantee .: ,
for*3 years. Send for testimonials tolvooperative Other Lines
New House and Newly Furnished.
"' !. Sowing Machine Co., / Rooms single or in Suites. .A .B. CAMPBELL

j 5.,817 Quince St., Philadelphia. An know I can Save You Money on Jacksonville, Fla'
.;,; ,We Pay the Freightft 42 NEAR THE INLET.
"- Purchases.
IAViSG'.. BOUGEIT, THE INDIAN I will Sell and Deliver at your nearest
I I Best View of Lake and Ocean
,, J RIVER BAKERY station First-Class
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MY STOCK OF

.:". We:will. Keep on Hand Every' Day NEST Gent's Furnishing Goods, And best Hunting Lake and Worth.Fishing groundson PJAOO-OS:


FRESH i;: BREAD, CAKES, PIES, ALSOCROCKERY Fine Lawn shaded by monster Oaks OR
SPRINGMILLINERY
j and Tropical Growth, both OEI.GANSFOR ::
H'5" ETC. ALSO Wild and Cultivated.
'. i iBottlers GLASSWARE LESS MONEY than any other home. tifulled
Try us once and you will come again. States. I always guarantee imtn..nU to
be as represented. I Hill ship a Piano or Orfai to
of Sodawater, Ginger ALLEN E. HEYSER, Proprietor. any honest man or woman on trial and it sot
satisfactory I will pay freight both ways K*
HARDWAREAND cash and $10 a month on a Piano and S W caih Asa
GREEN AND DRIED FRUITS, $5 a month on an Organ till paid for-not escb
: :; :Ale sand other Drinks. more than ordinary rent. On theM ttry toeni
; Foreign and Domestic. terms anyone can own a instrument. 8odto*
t LADIES' HATS
FREE CATALOGUE containing foil inforoa&B.
Sheet MuBic.String,Violins, Banjo. Onitara Acordeons #-
'ALL: BORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT RIBBONS, ; and in fact, every Musical Imtmmrtt
Selser Bro that I.made and at very low prices. Seed for complete
; .. ATTENTION.S. FEATHERS,, Goods. Comp'y Catalogues. I bare 20.000 pieces et CtoAc
:4 Ship Chandlery Muaic at 10 cents per copy. 5,00 boot of cwcelUuslc
of Cko***
at 10 cents per copy. 6,0001fouki
/: A." BELCHER & COMPANY, Have Commenced to Arrive. These Agents for Bishop, Hoyt & Co's Hammock vocal and Instrumental Music at 60 cents aid 21
at S
: will be added to constantly. Also, Land Florida C'ents. Any piece of sheet music publUhtd.
.:." ': .' i Oranges, t t <50 per cent below publishers prices. Boots sf 1
PROPRIETORS, Citra, Florida. I pieces each sheet music size 10 cents. Seed for

TITUSVILLE, FLA. SPRING DRESS GOODSA Catalogue; A. B. Campbell, Jacksonville, Fl*.

.J 40 These will be the main features of my COMMISSION MERCHANDISE. [Mention this paper.] 50-'!'.

: :H : FOR SALE, Most Beautiful Line of all Embroidered business thing kept, but in orders any store sent me in Titus-for any- ISA man who is interested in his own

ville will be promptly filled. welfare will be pleased to know that

:; THE 6IHGRAS GROVE LADIES' ROBES, t Special Attention t >t Given Florida Fruits. ANDREW GIBSON

28' N. Delaware Ave., and 29 Water St. Keeps the finest oysters to be found DTitu61.Ulc
And all over
;: AT BOCK LEDGE, FLA., Will buy Frnits.Eggs, Chickens, Philadelphia, Pa. ,
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LACES
VALENCIENESE .
.. iND SERVED IN STYLE TO SUIT PATRONS.Baker's .
..Consisting of 66 Acres of. Land; 44 In White and Black. Or any Country Produce my customersor References-Seventh Nat'l.] Bank; Pro-
.' 5 friends duce Nat'l. Bank Mercantile Bread always on hand.
Acres Under Fence, and in cultivation may bring ; Agenciesor
to market.I Produce House in Also first-class Barber shop attached. _
Philadelphia. a
any
Mitts Gloves Etc.
:l in Orange and Lemon Trees, Indies' Silk ,
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_< .: 22'Acres' in Bearing; all in A large line of Corsets from 50 centsto

First-class Condition. ; $5.00 each.Gentlemen's. Traveling North or South take the /
ask for a share of the public patronage -
1 .i'For particulars: apply to or inquire of and come as a supplicant, not a
: die tator, asking for favors.If .
your S. S. Line
<:. -. '.L. A. Gingras, Esq., Laundried and Unlaun- courteous treatment,good IMlstllory ,
dried Shirts. goods and'low figures is I
Or to:G. J. GINGRAS, on the Premises. the 'Candidate for II I

S at The most Varied Line of Gentlemen's public favor, -v"l.a: Fern.a.n.d.l.n.a.: : : : J otwo011 .
Straw Hats, bought cheap and Marked then I'm

....' 'itoclt Ledge, Florida.42 3mo. Low Down. elected.Agent New York and Florida, Boston, Philadelphia and the East, /f

S NOTICE OF INCORPORATION. for Chattanooga Plow Co., '

s : : Notice is hereby given: that the undersigned 1\y Chilled Plows and SugarCane Sailing

persons have tormed a company for I Mills. FROM NEW YORK CITY FROM FERXANDLVACENTRE
the' purpose of constructing, maintaining I STOCK OF GROCERIESWas ,EVERY TRUEP f. ,i
tram-road I PIER 21, E.R EVERY FRIDAY. STREET WIUKT
and operating a railroad, or t
from Lake Poinsett to Rockledge and Cocoa The Iron Steamships STATE OF TEXAS, CITY OF SAN ANTONIO and hE
'. with the privilege of extending to City never more complete.I RIO GRANDE I'
with the Indian River C
Point-about, through the parallel towns of Rockledge, Cocoa pride myself on the-Superior Butter, Egg* Are large, elegant, deep-draft and comfortable, sailing alternately. Table, R f I:...

andCity Point, Fla. The name of said Coffee, Teas, Crackers! Etc., I am enabled the best on the Coast. 3

railroad, or tram-road, company is"Indian to offer the trade.I SCHEDULE.
River and Lake Poinsett Railway Company.
: ." The railroad is to run from Lake keep in Stock Plant's Flour-none NoRTH-Boi7aD, from Fernandina connecting with.5:40 p. m. train from Jackson V
; JPoinsett to Rockledge and Cocoa, with better. ville.

privilege of extension to City Point through CITY OF SAN ANTONIO,Captain Wilder..,.............. cc u Mar 7th
Rockledge I Cocoa and City Point miles, about inlength Grits and Meal arriving every week, STATE OF TEXAS, Captain Williams...................... ", U :: lath.
parallel with the river, 7 to Florida.14 insuring it Fresh and Sweet. .,,rrv CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder............... c u 21t.2Sth
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> all in Brevard County stock, consists of STATE OF TEXAS, Captain Williams................... cc U
and Grain all 1' 4th
The capital Stock of at t ta
company's cc
of one hundred shares of one hundred dollars times.Large Hay ,,la; CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder............... cc Aprl.

each $ ,)00-with privilege of' increasing k j Order all Freight via Mallory SteanMhip Line from Pier Xo. 21 E. R.. Sew York. serumsfl. .
such stock to 250 shares of $100 Most close living prices made .on ,all j...Special Agent are located at all principal point through Florida, where tickets can lie

'each, in all. The undersigned compose its goods; in this line. Information..-t&te.rooma obtained.and berths secured In advance from Jack cnTtlle and Fernandint office.Trains .
firbt'Board. of Directors: I, from F. R.&;N.R'y. run directly to ship's side at Fernandina.
C. MAGRUDEB, e'a 3..Any further Information can be obtained from ,115.G.
II. S. WILLIAMS, J. II.CUTLER;Passenger Agent corner Bay and Hogan streets,Jacksonville -
'.'_ .* x j B.1NBI\,.Y, Agent,Fernaudina, Fla.
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:.. *:: -, LEWIS POWE, G EO.. B. RUMPH, H. H.RAYMOND General Traveling Agent
:; \ '.f1'1 R. P. PADDisoy,

I. J This March 5, A. D. 1889 E. P. PORCITER.I. 41-3mc.. TITUSVILLE, FLA. S V. C H. MALLORY & CO.. General.Agents, Her 20 E. R NEW YORK GUY.

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THURSDAY ,
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.1 F. T BUDGE make
can 5.0O per If any dealer says he ha the W.L.Don '
AGENTS Da 7 -irofit seWn* oar Shoe* without name aDd price stamped os
0"LIVER
tE : fc, :SU-DGE '"' "World ALBU1IS."' for low We price beat.the A the bottom put him down a* a fraud.f .,

.;, BED PLUSH PUOTOCRAPUFonhre ALBUM -.
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L Z.l Embo.eed padded aidra,jtOid .
edges
n UIeDsl +
elup holding'
3:3:
Dealers paten of abiDe' sad Card
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In plmres, neat for *1.00,retails for IU$.bound also
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; In Japaneeae ldono,co. Illustrated dye nisr, "BEE
of
the above and FEASCTI

GEORGIA A LE.r 3IcHbtn' 011'-,ALBUMS

PINE LUMBER _("ln lnD.II. 01110.AGENTS. E

.-l don bio their mono ;
fellingonr BRASS :
Finished Corrugated

SHINGLES AND LATHS. 8EFIE3S5 SAFETY LAMP. r

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Cnn I* ?.)!1 b wry fami:,. Gire
mure liZ..t than three ordinary lamp,
: Full Aizci Lamer sent by Express for
GEN
IAL :H.E .RD tlurtv 8t.. Ire also bare the best!
TARE e-Hipi; t ofTr rot in the U. S.
"ni for illnstrat ) circnUra to
FOHSKEE&a.tct.
AKINCincinnatla

Sash, Doors and Blinds ; Stoves, Tinware and Crockery -- t. :





P-A-inXTTSS AN"D OILS, C J C t. ., SCOTTi14 W. L. DOUGLAS _


Refrigerators Water] Coolers FOR
Ice Cream Freezers $3 SHOE GENTLEMEN.

Best in the world. Examine hU
Screen Wire Screen 85.00 GENUINE HASD-SEWKD SIIOE.
Windows Screen-Wire 94.OO HANDSEWRULT MIOK.
Doors. OF PURE COD LIVER OIL S3 2.60. O EXTRA POLICE VALUE AND FARM CALF Kit, II01 V SHOE.:.

2.25 IVORKINGMAN'S SilO};. ,
POWDER A!2 HYPQPHospmr s ,OO and 81.75 BOYS' SCIIOOL SHOES '
AT NEW YORK PRICES. All made In Congress Button and Lace. ,

Almost as Palatable as C;ilk.sso W. L. DOUGLAS

I z TITU.SYILLE" H'T.r\"DTT"\ ,. disguised that it can be (tan
f --- -- v ...I.J ...L J..JC:1.: ... digested, and assimilated bj the moat S3 SHOE LAOIRES..
MiuItlYV stomach, when the plain oil Best Material. Bent Style. Best FlttlD .
TROPICAL AND S UB-TROPICAL cannot be tolerated; and by the con* It Dot sold by your dealer write
MALABAR CIGAR FACTORY. I FRUITS AND FLOWERS bination of the oil with the hypopho W. L. DOUGLAS. BROCKTON. MASS rN
phitei li much more efficacious. .
Egyptian
Queen Pine
Slips. FOR SALE BY
1\ II. C. Starch, Proprietor. SeBtrUUe as a flesh profaetr.Penos .
I
DIA.N RIVER :NURSERIES. gila rapidly while tang II.SOOTrS C. J. HECTOR
Manufacturer of finc'Harana and Domestic Bone Meal Tobacco Stems .t
Trade supplied with fine Cotton-seed Meal, Cow Peas & Fertilizers. EMULSION: is acknowledged!)? .
Cigars. CATALOGUE MAILED FREE. Physicians to be the Finest and Best preparation Melbourne, Fin. '
Orders filled. TERMS CASH.
land madegoods. promptly
I in the
world for the relief and cure of
Factory at JIalabar, Fla. 28A. JOHN B. BEACH, Indian River Nurseries, East Melbourne, Fla. CONSUMPTION, SCROFULA


FEOSOHER, GENERAL DISEASES DEBILITY, EMACIATION, WASTING, at

Olyd S1eazn.ship 00. COLDS and CHRONIC COUGHS. (
ICUREv
litasville Florida, Th great remedy for OonnanpSan, and

Keeps uirsupply: of metallic and wooden New York, Charleston & Florida Lines.The WOlfing in C) ildrm. Sold by all Druggist, '


Coffins Cases and Gaskets. Magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed to sail as follows :" pfin .old for 00.Geld nmtU Watta.lat. jr.FRHH
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Beet$39 wmtcfe IB U world.
(Standard Time.) Fedlci lUMkttpcr. Wartaattd. FITS!

Funerals attended if desired. All orders ButiarCa.oo.. decry Both ob4 IAAM Gold' e

promptly executed, and at reasonable -j !I d, .sad ad g CUM tt'tilts.f qitl,with werkt nl...

rates. Embalming done. !; For Jacksonville. From Jacksonville to New York.SEMINOLK. 'r ealtijr O.eI-el'8Oalaea CM Mean o.. toe 10-, When I say CURE I do not mean merely to t

:; CHEROKEE(via. Charleston), Fri., Mar. I, 3 p. m. I toerthrr with*ar large and valuable stop them for a time,and then hare them re-
IRoQUOIS via.Charleston Sundav, March 3, at 6 a. m. lia. .f H.M hold turn again. I MEAN A tt.UMCAL CUEE. 'b
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Fri., Mar.
8, 3
N A UMAN'S i| SEMINOLE(direct p. m. CHEROKEE. Thursday, March 7, at 9 a. m. Maniples These...ple..Mwell I hare made the disease of 4
), Tut's.lar.. 12,3 ,
p. m. IROQUOIS: Thursday, March 14, at 2 ai tt watch wt Bead
m
I! CHEROKEE (via. Charleston), Fri., Mar. p. Free,sad after kin kept
15,3 p. m SEMINOLE, yoa
IROQUOIS direct Sunday, March 17. at 5 a n L them ia borne for X month and thowa them U the.. PITS EPILEPSY or
,
( ) Tues, Mar. 19,3 jqar
HEISPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY SEMIXOLE via.Charleston p m. CHEROKEE. Thursday, March :!'I I. at 7 a. m. who may bue railed,they become yost ow.propertinose
( ) Fri.,Mir. 22, 3 p. m. IROQUOIS, Sunday, larch 24, at 10 a. m. who .writ at one cut be eon of ne lviBr! eke Watchand FALLING SICKNESS
CHEROKEE (direct), Tues., Mar. 16: ,3 p. m. SEMIXOLE, Tbursdar, March 2S, ati >. Sample f.pay all nprei*. ,",!rbt.-Co Address r
THE PIONEER AGEXCY. I IROQUOIS (via. Charleston), Fri., Mae 2 ,3 p. m. CHEROKEE Sunda,, March 31, at 5 a.\ m m. 8UallOD dI Co.. Aox 813.I-or _d.llalao.eWlae.HaelalaeFRHH. A llf long study. I WARRANT my remedy to

j IROQUOIS, Thursday, April 4, lit 7 a in. ._ _;. $a3 CURB the worst cases: Because others have
address i failed is no reason for not now receiYing cure
For and copies
terms sample LTa
For Fernandina. From Fernandina to New York. Send at once for a treatise and FREE HOTTLB
of my INFALLIBLE REMEDT. Give Express
CHAS.H. XAUMAX, I YEMASSEE(vi I. Charleston),TueB.,.Mar. 5,3 p. m. DELAWARE, Sunday, March :!, at 6 p. m lad roods,whara tbs poo ie can ses and Post Office. It costs you nothing lor a-
DELASi'AREvialharleetonTnes., Mar.12, them w*will Mad free to on* trial, and it will cure you. Address i
I ) 3 p. m. YEMAS EF Sunday. March! 10, at 7 p. m. ''Mrtott ia each teealltytk.very
Haulover P. 0., Brevard county, Fla. YEMASShE (via Charleston) Tuen.. Mar. 19,3 p. m. DELAWARE, Sunday, March, I;. at 4 p. iu. bet Mwinc.mehiiM made ia H.C.ROOT,M.C., I83PDUU.ST..NEWYOSXPIANOS '
I DEL.\W'AREviaCharleltonTue8.) Mar.26, 3 p. m. YEMASSEE. Sunday, March '.'4, at.7 p. m the world with all the attachaeata
We will also Mad free
a complete
DELAWAREunday, March! 31, at 4 p m. line of oar costly sod valuable art
A. L. Hatch & Son aplea Ia teen we ask that you .y.f
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show what we aead.to those who
For Information Regarding Freight and Passage, apply to may call at you home and after 3
month all thai become your owa
DEALERS IX | J. A. LESLIE, Agent, Jacksonville; T. G. EOF R, Traffic Zfanapi-r, 35 Broadway New York; property. This fraud machine to
j J. .\. STEAD. Agent, Fernandina. made after the Singer patents,
JOHN L. HOWARD. T. F.A., Jacksonville. F.)1. IRONMONGER: T P. A., Jacksonville. __ which ran oat hare it old run out for 893.:before with patent the I Y

DRY GOODS MM |ii "')1. P. CIA'DE & CO.. General Agents 35 Broadway, New York. *,.atroafcM aad now,most Mil..for-
fRtRES.tUbm.at.
I the world. All ..
If reqaired. Plain,
i brief inKractxm gircn.Tbote who write to a*at once C&JI.e.. A
care tree the best sewing-machine ia the world end the ?site a 'ra. ?
Hardware f finestimeofworkaofhirh arterershows togetheria America.
Crockery Saddlery
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Stationery( Garden, Family Seeds Medlsines I I II STARTLING REDUCTIONS -P.P.P. P.P.P. .+ Sy



CHOICE GROCERIES, ..
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Hay, Corn, Mapes Fertilizers. ------- (Prickly Ash, Poke Root,and Potaseium.) ; rt z. -

CITY POIXT, FLORIDA. CURESSYPHILIS Y rr
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Tlie Greatest, Grandest and Most Wonderful
C. II. SCOT,
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EASTERNHAIRDRESSING Primary,Secondary,and Tertiary Syphilis,Srphilitic : -t .
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Eruptions, Scrofula and Scrofulous Eruptions --"-, -,- ; L-;: -
SALOOX. Ulcers and Old Sores. Rheumatism and
all diseases of the blood ; nil those that have -:. -
resisted other treatment yield t1 'adilyand surelyto
If you want a clean and easy have, SALE OF CLOTHING the wonderful power of P.P. P., the great -
Blood Purifier. .' EGA MS
As clean as barber ever gave, tt.\ :

Just call on me at my saloon, ,
SCROFULAIs .,
At morning, eve, or afternoon. -

Fll cut and comb your hair with grace an impurity in the Wood producing Lumps or YOUR] HOME
To suit the contour of your face; Swelling causing Running Sores on the Arms

To you I'll give a good shampoo, I Known to civilized man-is.. now in 1 lrob I must dispose of my Legs the greatest,or Feet blood, for the medicine cure of on which earth.use All P. P.these P., IS NOT FURNISHED

The art of which is>known to few. diseases yield readily to the power of P. P. P.,
entire''stockREGARDLESS giving new life and new strength. t
My scissor sharp,my razor's keen, WITHOUT ONE.

My shop is a ways neat and clean, BLOOD POISON SAVANNAH,Ga., Nor. 1,188S. ,

And everything sure ;you'll find, Forty Thousand Southern lloa&m made
To suit the taste and please the mind. OF'COST Cured in its worst fern ; somctimin COSTS with sappy with fine instruments luce 187O* ,
I Erysipelas,where the patient wad: in Eternal Pain and still the good work goes on. )
And now to all who patronize intend, and given np by tt.e physicians. Iii ton:e ca es 3,000 PIanos and Organs sold last year.
Just come along and bring friends, Scrofulous Ulcers broke out till the loRrty88 a 5OOO oar mark for thin year.Lower Prices; j
mass of corruption; a bottle of P. P. P. was netter Instrumentst Easier Terns and i
And I assure you I will try procured,and the disease yielded quickly.RHEUMATISM. greater Inducements will coin us this Increased I
My very best to satisfy.: may; sale. '
And invite all to secure an
Thousands of Homes yet misapplied with
Instruments might to-day be euiojlug-( ,
Increase Stock. them through our easy system ofeelling.CASH :
Capital
Affections of Blood.P. stands
And in aU the P.P.
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down '
topa not needed. We hare
At a meeting of the stockholders of the alone and unrivaled, cul eon.e cf ltd suns are A PLAN,.which, WITHOUT RISK,any I
wonderful.
Indian really one can obtain an Instrument of Style ,
River GrowersAasociation any
Orange If suffer from like !=
yon cnvtuing; Syphilis ntvfnla
held at their place of business at City Overcoat SuitFor Blood Poison Ulcer old Sore, Rheumatism or QUARTERLY Price making or YEARLY either PAYMENT MONTHLY, ; rt
or
disease cf the Lood, Lc and
or sure
Point, Fla., January 15th, A. D. 1889, a give P. P.any P.a trial. until paid for, meanwhile enjoying use cf 1 ''
majority of the stock of said As'n!: being P.P. P. (Prickly Ash Poke Hoot and Potassium Instrument.!
is no secret patent medicine like the No extortionate prices. No Risk. No Forfeiture j
) many
represented at said meeting and by a }
I on the market. Its formula is on every bottle, of all cash pald'ICln.taliment8 cannot -
Tote of a majority of the stock present, thus giving a guarantee of its purity and whole. be promptly paid. Contract perfectly i
did increase the Capital Stock of said eomenets that no other blood purifier does give. FAIR and EQUITABLE protecting purchasers -

Ass'n, seventy-five shares more than was one-half its original cost. These are real and Lippmati Brr... W' t''v...lf' Drttgciety arse mlltt1- from Imposition or 10...
Write ns and we will point out the WRY to
provided for in its articles of incorpora- I facturers: and i>r< p : r'Lit! i>iu4ii hl"d. SvauP -
no pretended bargains, as am nab, G*. get a fine Instrument Easily and at a I.QW s
tion.-Thus making the Capital Stork
of determined to Price; Wonderful bargains for Fall 1888.
said Corporation one hundred shares
of one hundred dollars each. And at a Better than any before oflered. Price

meeting of the Directors of the Indian Largely Reduced. Notice these SPECIAL

Biver Growers Association held OFFERS tUpright
prange ,
at the same place, on the same day and GIVE YOU THE BENEFITOf Piano Only $200

date, in pursuance of the action of the
7K Octaves-Overstrung Scale-Three
: Stockholders aforesaid, and by a resolution -
Strings-Rosewood-Fully Guaranteed '-
passed by a vote taken thereon, -Sweet Tone. Catalogue Price SGOO.

; increase the Capital Stock of said Ass'n this Great Sale. DO YOU REALIZE THE FACT that You Can Parlor Organ only $65
or Corporation, as above mentioned, to i
the full amount of one hundred shares Get Bargains of me that will save you cents, dimes handsomeCase.Four Sets Reeda-Catalogue 11 Stops-Trice Couplers-,, oo.

':' i.f one hundred dollars each. And by ay ?
dollars purchase
and
on every Cover Instructor (Music Boo
resolution the Stool !X:
then and there
: adopted, 1 and all Freight Paid.
t Subscription-books of the stock of the Other Special Offer jut a$ good. Large rack

aid Corporation, was ordered to be, and South to choose from. 7JJ.V GRAD MAKERS. ;

"!, remain open for subscriptions: to the WONDER BUT DON'T WAIT goo Different Styles. Can suit all buyers. Wrfo
new and increased stock of said Corporation for catalogue,circular,and Free Copy of our new ..
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J JLIPPiV1Ai paper Sfexrp and Flats,"giringJwU and rofra&'einformation.
;... at the office of said Company, until ar 1tEia.d: t d '
: the first Wednesday in the month
;.. December 1889.Certificates than the Goods last and they -:)"jnysj.ttigri; REMEMBEROUR 1X>\V PRICES.
longer
are
be
Sale can't kept up ,
; this
i of said increased stock, As OUR EASY TCR.H
have been placed on file in the office of going tl te'way of Real], Al Bargains at t, .: a'.n qrr ONE PRICE ONLY -

r J1..:. the Secretary? of State, 'of the State ofI Wonderful Oh'a! :._. r.' -:i.r r a.-: '7 t" >."j.. HANDSOME OUTFITS.

I Florida, March 2 1889, and in the office I It cnrcs the chills f'"* :""' ,*..,'f; :I t yt'': +' ALL BEST FREIGHT INSTRUMENTS.PAID.

of the Clerk or the Circuit Court of !gives appetite ,br ,ir,?, ."Lam:-.J.it.e..iS.tOIv 15 DAYS'TRIAX

Brevard County, State of Florida, Feb. BIRNBAUM'S Titaille. sufferer. HONEY SAVED ALL.
I" 27, 1889. J. Lippiuan Ia;*I'.:.-*. WholesaleIrajrgist,

A.L. HATCH. sole manufacturers and proprietors. Lipp- LUDDEN&BATESSOUTHEM '

: \ Sec'ty of I. R. Orange Growers Assn.. mann block Savannah, Ga. MUSIC HOUSE. SAY s, UA. 8S.


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S. A. and f: > < jSTOTICE. I FOR
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Costa. IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT' THE FOLLOWING ,) C'-; ,
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Township 36 S, Range 41 E. Lands will be 'Sold"'at Public :Auction'on the(6th) :" j. ':&j; .... t The Elegant

Florida Land & ]Iort- all.....:...:............................... 31 641 5 15 Sixth Day of May, A. D. (1889) Eighteen Hundred and Eighty Nine, V

gage Co., Limited swofn"wseofswland at the Court House, at Titusville, in the County of Brevard, in the RESIDENCE AND. GROVEOF

\V 1-2'of 8V 1-......................:32 160 1 83 State of Florida, or so much thereof as will be necessary to pay the

Williams, F. B. s e l of n w j and n e l of 8 W I 32 80 3 39 amounts due for town taxes herein set opposite to the same, togetherwith L. E. BARNES

Township 37 s range 35 e. the costs of sale and advertising.OWNER. ROCK LEDGE
Florida Southern R. lot 2 8 1..2 of n e 1 n W 1 and sl-2 4 611 2 80 FLA.,
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R. Company: .. all........6./ ...................... 704' 2 80 "t C: e::..;:> Containing seven and one-third acre

all.........:............................... 8 640 2 80 = of land fronting on Indian River.

.., .., all......:.................................. 18 687 2 80 5r.ioQ.l ::

>' .' "", all......................................... 20 640 2 80 DESCRIPTION. 8 tiiii:1:: Large, Roomy Residence, elegantly

.' all fractional........................... .24 610 2 80 < rUw finished. Alo a Three-room COTTAGE

.' ";.1:'. lot 1................. ...................... 28 45 60 c c:: and outbuildings. One of the most de

: : ....................... 30 110 89
>:.t ;i ::: lots 1 and .......... Emmerson, F. W. south half of east half of lot 1 sirable places in Rock Ledge Kamm k.

M.; Township 37 s range 36 e. block A ....................... .... $2 23 For price terms
all........................................ 2 647 2 80 Warren, George north half of wet half of lot 1 etc., apply to

-r all......................................... 4 646 2 80 block 95 tO ALI1KKT A. TAI LOB. COCOA, "Lr \.

all....:.................................... 6 726 2 80 Unknown lot 3 A..6. 05 ,. --
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all..8 640 2 80 Unknown, lot 4 block A..................... ..... i 13 05 i V :::= Important to
all............................................10. 640 2.80 Unknown, lot 6 block A. .23 97 Orange Growers.

all............ .............................12 640 2 80 Emmerson. F. W. north oue-third of west half of -4 :1 _

... ............................14. 2 80n
all........ 640 The
3 80
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lot 2 block D ................ undersigned have special facilities
eland w 1-2......:................. 18 617 2 80 and
Unknown north fifty feet of lots 12 and 3 trade for the Sale of
all......................................... 20 640 2 80 ""
block- E............................. 10 10
all....................................... 22 640 2 80 STRICTLY FANCY FLORIDA
8 23
Unknown east half of lot 7 block E.........
all.... ....................................24 640 2 80 c: FRUIT,
Unknown lots 12 345 6 and 7 block F..... 23 50
all....................:................... 26 640 2 80 I And would receive consignment* of
Norwood J. C. of lot S and described indeed
:, .,x 'z" :> V 11 e t and w !.......................... 30 620 2 80 part .I same.
book K. 100........... 6 95
'''. .. .' all fractional!........................... 32 571 2 80 page r-: Inferior Fruit not desired.
Unknown east of lot 8 and 10 described
all........................................ 34 640 2 80 part in deed book J. cL;) Prompt returns. Stencils sent without .

all......... .............................. 36 640 2 80 page
"" charge. Reference Chatham .
146.................................... 5 82 -\ : National
Township 37 s range 37 e. Morton & Foster in lot 1 block G. described indeed Bank, New York Cit} .

Unknown net of net................... ..... 40 1 92 =
book K. 230........... 3 02 JOSEPH B.
Florida Southern R. all.......................................: 640 2 80 page MAXFIELD & CO.,
Unknown lots 5 and 6 block J................. 2 34
c ;::> 75-77 Park
: :
H. Co. Charlotte lot 1 lots 2 3 and 4 and I... 622 2 80 Place cor. Greenwich Street
s } s lII
.4 Unknown, lots 2 and 3 block L................ 1 71
Harbor Division all...............................:......... 665 2 80 <:::L;) New York. 4ir
Unknown lot 5 block L.......................... 1 39 = __ _
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all......................................... 641 2 80 --
Unknown block 1 lots 1 2'34567 89 and
all........................................ 641 2 80 ,
10.......... ........................... 8 52 NEAT AND
all.2 640 2 80 PROMPT.
,. Singleton S. A. lot 71 feet main street 104
t ,V', aI.] ........................................ 14 640 2 80 on by

.1t;+ :4'f- all...... ... ...................::.........18 644 2 80 on Lemon street west sub division
; : Unknown of block 4...... ........... 2 43
:M 41. all......................................... 20 640 2 80 ,
,. Unknown, lot 5 block 6........................... 13 05
a11..22. 641 2 80
Unknown. lot 1 block 8........................... 3 26Ioulthorpe. SEND YOUR ORDERSFOR
) f ;;. : all........................................ 26 638 2 80 t= --:.
) .- R. of lot 3 block 7 described in
''; all....... ...........,.................... 28 640 2 80 part i-o1. -
.. '" deed book J. 29............ 2 03
:: ..''t" '=: all........................................ 30 641 2 80 .. page
Unknown lot 3 block 11......................... 2 81
all.................................... .... 32 641 280 T
Unknown lot 2 block 13......................... 2 02
all............... .:.:... ................. 34 640 2 80 ,
Unknown lot 3 block 13......................... 3 60 JOB
all.] ......... ............................. 36 640 2 80 PRINTING
Florida Land & Mortgage : Unknown, lot 3 block 14......................... 1 71 c=?
I 37 40
Co Limited. Township s range e. Unknown lot 9 block 18.......................... 1 71 ,
all] ......... _............................. 1 651 5 15 Poi.
Unknown lot 12 block 19....................... 2 02 .
V ill] ............................ ........... 2 650; 515 ""
Unknown lot 10 block 22....................... 2 02
ill..........................................11 640' 5 15 -SUCH AsP -
Unknown lot 11 block 22Iotsl234567891011andl2............ ........... 2 02
all........................................12 642 5 15 ,

all.................................. ..... 13 641 5 15 Poyntz & Nolle, rLETTERIlEADS,
block 23............................. 3 SO
Ashton & Grenside all........................................ 14 640 9 86
Unknown lot 6 block 25......................... 67 XOTI -IIE.\DS
23 ,
e J of net............................. 62 2 66
Norwood J. C. lot 1 &
Robbins Graham's addition
"Unknown ot2nej.......................................23 167 2 66 JiI I
.................................... 3 80 IJlLL.IIE.tDS.rx
Williams, F. B. ...........................:........:. 69 3 39 : ,
Florida Land & Mortgage Gray J. B. ots 7 91140 39 41 42 43 and 44 -<

Co., Limited n e t of n w J...........................2 40 94 I Robbins & Graham's addition. 6 32 STATEMENTS,

Unknown lot 3.................... .................. 2i 78 2 66 Hector, C. J. lot 10 Robbins & Graham's addition :: :,;
............................... 1 28 CIRCULIRS
Williams F. B. lot 4...................................... 26 80 1 92 ,

Florida Land & Mortgage s I...................... ..................26. 320 2 80 Norwood, J. C. lot 17 Robbins & Graham's addition
.......... ..... ........ 3 01 FOLDERS
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Co., Limited. alllot.,....................................... 5 638 5 15 ... ,
Unknown lots 13 and 14 ........ 1 39
3 and w \.......................... 36 400 3 39 Joynerville. I

Grenside, W. N. lot 2................... .................. 36 59 1 92 Unknown, east half of lot 21 Joynerville.u .. 61 = INVITATIONS
37 Unknown, lot 36. ........... ........... .......... 1 24
s 41 e. .
Pierce H. A. Township lot deed range 4 Unknown, lot 37.........................".......... 92 PROGRAMMES,
3 des book G. 24'lots 22 6 33
Richards,T. E. part 2 and 3 except land to Pierce p Unknown, lot 43.........................".......... 3 60 '-

Unknown lots 49 50 and 51...........".......... '69 STREAMERS
.. 4 ,
andIarsh...... .................... 113 15 35
Florida Land & Mort all......................................... 6 658 5 15 Unknown, lot 54........................."........... 54
7 Granniss, E. C.Unknown lot 55........................." ......... 54 t= DODGERS,
gage.Co., Limited all....... ....................... ........ 636 5 15
Grenside, W. C. n }........................................ 8 320 4 86 : lot 56.........................".......... 54 .. BUSINESS CARDS
Unknown lot B. Rerdell's addition........... 2 07 ,
Shattuck E. J. part of n e 1 des deed book B
Stewart J. lot C........". .. ....".. ... ......... 1 04
.. 9 Q. .. .
page 504......... .................. 5 4 35 WEDDING CARDS
Rerdell & Kuhl lots 456 and .
7 8 910 11 Rerdell's
Pierce, H. A. part of n e t des deed book G.
addition............................. 2 54
page 241.............................. 9 8 4 35 1PISITIXGRDS..
Rerdell & Kuhl, lots 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Richards, Thomas. E. part of fractional n e \ and of n
and 21..Rerdell's 2 23
e } of n w \........................ 9 76 30 05 addition
9 Bradford & Godfrey, lot 23.................:'..........."..... 61 C -TO THEFLORIDA
Grenside, W. C. s w J of n w J......................... 40 1 04
Unknown Cone, W. A. lot 31.................."..........."..... 61
sejof n w 40 1 04
... Warren, S. lot 36.................."..........."..... 1 64Unknown STAR
lot 3 ..... 80 1 92
j..9. lots 39 and 40......."..........."..... 77
e i\ of s w \. 80 1 92
Unknown, lots 42 and 43......"..........."..... 77 ::
w J of s w J 80 1 92 JOB PRINTING OFFICE
Unknown lot ............. .. .. ,
.. 4g. ...... ... ... 61
Richards,Thomas, E. e *........ ... .... 320 5 15 .
& ..... ...17 Unknown, I lot 53.................."..........."..... 61 V
Florida Land Mortgage all.. .. ....... ...... .......... 640 5 15 NOTICE.
Unknown lot 56...... ..........." ..... ..".. 2 84
Co., Limited. all.-...................... 18 635 5 15 ... .
Unknown lots 60 and 61......" ........ ". 77 LAND OFFICE. GAINESVILLE, !
.............. .. ... 20 ...
all........... ..... ..... 640 5 15 L.J March
Unknown lot 64................." ....". 9,1889. /
....... .... 61
Unknown n w \.................................... 21 160 2 80 ,
... PeterUnknown lot 66........... ......" ".. <:1.;> Notice is that the follow
Wright, ... .. .. ... 61 hereby given
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: 8 W l....... .................. 160 2 80
21 120 2 lot 67................." .........."..... 61 ing-named settler has filed notice of his
of ........ 80
s e l except n e J s e 1. intention make
Unknown lot 1 block : to commutation proof
w J of s wI........................... 22 80 3 39 A. Fisher's addition .. in of his claim and that said
.. ... ........ ...... 26 34 to Titusville....................... 1 28 support ,
lot 1 . ............. 339 Unknown lot 6 block A. r ; proof will be made before A. A. Stewart.

lot 2...................................... 26 66 4 86 Fisher's additionto aii clerk of circuit court at Titusville. Fla.,
Titusville.......... .. ...... 1 28
3............... 26 40 1 ...
n + lot .................. 92 Unknown lot on Saturday, April 27, 1889. viz. : William
Grenside H. N. 8 1\ of s w }...................... ... 28 80 3 39 2 block B. Fisher's addition Ito D Owen, of Gcorgiana Fla., hd.

Unknown V s w \ of n w 1...........................28 40 1 19 Titusville........................... 96 -% No. 1S7G9 for the lots 1 and 2 of section

neof ne \.......................... 28 40 119 Unknown, lot 4 block B. Fisher's additionto 6. township 24 south and lots 3 and 4 ofF

n w \ of net......................... 28 40 1 19 Titusville..A.................. 96 sec. 31. township 23 south, range 37

nejof nwIV.........................28. 40 119 Unknown, lots 3 and 5 block C. Fisher's ad- east.

n w \ ol n w Ji ........................ 28 40 1 19 dition to Titusville.............. 1 28 He names the following witnesses to

Florida Land & Mortgage n i....................................... 29 320 2 80 Rawles, W. A. 8 acres the north east corner of prove his continuous residence upon.
Co. Limited. 1 i of s eland se J of s w J... 29 120 1 33 north east quarter of the north r-.l. ind cultivation of. said land viz. :

Unknown s w \ of set.......................... 30 40 1 92 east quarter section 4 Town- -4____.:'' Mills O. Cotrell and IrVIH D. Ills-

lot 3...... .... ...........................30 40 1 92 ship twenty-two south, range cock, of Ilorti, Fla; A. L. Bruner and

lot 3.......................................31 24 1 33 thirty-five east.................... 3 37 J C flenry C. Fish of Georjriana, Fla.

lot 4.......................................31 16 89 Unknown, west half of the north east quar r'' 47 S. C. TUCKER Register.Commissioner's .

lot 4 in arrears for 1887............ 31 16 89 ter except land of Jones & (

: lot 5...................................... .31 18 1 04 Ronalds............................. 8 73 e::..;:> Sale.

lot 5 in arrears for 887............. 31 18 1 04 Rawles, W. A. lot 1...................................... 6 91 Under and by virtue of a decree of the

-. lot 2.......... ........................... 32 67 2 51 Circuit Court of Florida, 7th Judicial Circuit -

\ ." lot 3.. ..... ....................... ..... 32 80 2 51 Howell Titus, cJ.::: ;> in and for Volusia county, in chancery -

.. lot 4.................... .... ............ 32 77 2 51 for partition in a causewherein Tbad-

lot 5................. .............. ..... 32 52 2 51 Collector of Revenue in and for the town of Titusville, BrevardCo. eus Street, et al, are complainants and Mary E.

lot *......................... ............ 35 36 6 33 ., Fla. S. Benner, et al, are defendants, directing
sale of the following described for
Township 21 s range 35 e. premie

Florida Land and improvement n eland s J of n w tV J of s e _oool the purpose of partition of said property

Co. set and n J of s w1.8 320 1 83 between the owners thereof. The under
Piallos&Orgalls signed Commissioners wil1scll. at public
Township 22 s range 37 e.

Unknown lot ........ ... ..... 7' auction, at the Court Hot e door, in the
9. ... .................. 40 1 33 -
of Titusville in Brevard State
s i w } of s e }...... ................... 7 40 1 40 b town county of, sale
hours
of Florida, between the legal ,
Township 23 s range 36 e. ,. to the highest bidder on the first Monday
Unknown of j of ........... 34 If want to .) -1 C ,
s; i n w n w \ ... 20 2 66. you purchase a in May, A. D. 1889, being the 6th day of

Township 24 s range 36 e. said month the described -
following property
Florida Southern R. s i e J of net........................... 32 40 1 92 Piano or Organ, write to the un- to-wit,: That tract of land known a*

R. Company lot 4 Indian River City...... ..... 33 89 dersigned or give him a call. the Joseph Delespine Grant, granted to

Township 35 s range 36 e. .n said Joseph Del linc April 9th, Idl", and

all........................................14 2 80 Can sell you any of the in- C confirmed by decree of the Superior Court r.

for District of East Florida by decree dated : ,

Township 27 s range 37 e. struments of the best and lead- = the 21st day of August, 1838, and api-rored ,

S. G. Gteasoh all blk 70 tau: Gallic............... 21 1 19 by Supreme Court of United States Jann-!
Township 33 s range 39! e. ing makers at prices that defy ary 3rd, 1838, situate on Indian Hirer, in
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Unknown s e } of s w }............................21 40 1 92 competition. .4L ; Township 22, South Kange 34 east, and .'
V V Township 22; South Range 2-5 east and L

= Township 23, South Range 35 eat, and
t.
II'E.. \V. :Hall, .. Township 23, South Range 34 east. now

r Collector of Revenue for Brevard Co., Fla. Pianos and Organs sold on tie Installment C lying in Brevard county, State of.ora said Grant a,, j
according to plat and survey of I

described in a patent of same from the
Plan when desired Discount
United States, bearing date the 17th of October -

A. D. 1873, the entire Grant containing -
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to Churches Organs '
on 43,000 acres, more or less. c
f ORDERS FOR PRINTiNG V for title.JAMES i
All correspondence will receive prompt Purchasers paying '
+ PKITCIIABP,
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attention. ;:. J t i 'i h; F.ccEaEBRAINEr.D,
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E. R. WAGER ..
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ATTENDED
TO AT THIS OFFICE. ,,. Commissioner

y Titusville, Florida.* March, 188D. -IS-O; days.


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: VOL. IX. TITUSVILLE, FLA., THURSDAY, APR. 18, 1889: .NO;;;.- 52.

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Cocoa. Ean Galll .
Melbourne.Mrs. erty surveyed and platted into lots of May Day Regatta and Dance.
H. Sharpe. City Point, was4frelcome The sloop Rosie IT. is hauled for
}!rs. w. Cocoa Monday.: repairs. out Captain Wilder and Mrs. Chase various sizes to suit customers-from At a meeting of subscribers! to the fund '

caller at were in town Saturday.F. building lots to grove plats-which will for a May Day Regatta at Turkey Creek, ...

I irs. L. R. Hover returned to Cocoa Tomatoes on our river will soon be H. McCoy has completed the paint- be sold at reasonable prices, the objectof held at the old store of Mr. C. J. Hector #rat

*I Monday from her little trip down ready for shipping. ing of his cottage, roof and all. Bishop Weed being to induce insteadof Melbourne, on Monday April 15, 1889,. '

tJie river. Mr. Harry U. Hodgson has the first D. C. Grubb is the happy father of an- deterring settlement, and by so doing for the purpose of raising funds and

The little Blossie is being repainted crop of peaches in Eau Gallie. other boy. He will soon have help build up the church here.MELBOURNE adopting by-laws and rules and regulations -

|cd iputin "shipshape" by Mr. Booth The cat boat Rosalind, Capt. Jerome enough to run a farm-himself and two : BEACH. of said regatta, Captain Jacob Wilder -

other new owner. in command, spent Sabbath with friends Mr. Beaujean has completed a house of Goat Creek was chosen chairmanV

Ed Hill left for Jacksonville, on our river. sons.The designed for workmen, who will move in LaRue P: Ely, Melbourne, secretary; T
rF1a Ir. Osprey made another trip to Fort 4
be absent business at once. C. :J. Hector, of Melbourne, treasurer
Monday, to on Mr. John H. Mellor and Pierce ,
., on wife and and back last week, and Mr. Al-
Richard Townsend is getting lumberfor It was ordered that none but subscrib-V L.
days.
for a few Karl Loubitz left for Chicago on Tues- exander expects to make one more trip
Sun- a house on land he has homesteaded ere to the fund be entitled to a:vote.
rain-fall
Owing to the heavy on day via Titusville. up the Banana.
held in betweeen Mr. Craft's and Mr. Chares' On motion the secretary read the list
Jir ifternoon no services were Sabbath school as usual on Sundaynext G. W. Hewey and L. P. Mitchell, who places. of subscribers to the regatta fund. '

tie Episcopal church. at 10:30 a. m. Rev. H. M. Prince, spent the winter at the Goode House
go Messrs. Geo. W. Harvey and L. P. On motion of Mr. R. W. Andrews one
B. A. Circle has his staunch superintendent. All are invited north on Wednesday morning to their
Capt. Mitchell have been visiting at Mrs. Cumraing's general committee of five members was .
the river as a freight boat now Still additions home at Jamestown N. Y. V
sloop on more to the Treutler and appointed by the chairman to attend to
pleasant Myrtle Cottage, en-
,sod she seems to be well patronized. House are in process of being carriedout Mr. J. H. Parrons, of East Hampton, joying the ocean surf bathing, etc. the details of transportation, solicit su.b 1

The millinery store of Miss Julia viz., another balcony around the Long Island, is stopping at Melbourne scriptions and other matters. R. W : .. .
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Glenn very re- ? .
Roberts is putting on a new dress forEaster second story of the largest wing of the prospecting for land. Several parties are luctantly left their place and friends Andrews, of Melbourne George G. Glea- ''.

in the shape of a fresh coat of building.The looking around for the same purpose.Mr. son, of Eau Gallie; John M. Minor, of
here last week, being compelled to go
paintMr.- East Coast Canal Company kindly LaG.. Brainard is still working at north to look after business interests Tillman ; C. J. Hector, of Melbourne;

Fred. F. Taylor is going to lay a drove a heavy pile opposite the McFad- his invention of a' newt motive power there. James T. Bassett, of Malabar, were appointed

coquina walk in front of his residence den boat ways, to be used in hauling which bids fair to develop force equalto such committee, and Capt. Jacob
Mr. J. A. Durst will be down next
lithout any expense to the side-walk steamers and boats down the slide-a the celebrated Mr. Kelly-motor's im Wilder chosen as ex officio chairmanof
well for
week to ink a 3-inch artesian
the committee.
useful addition to the agination.Mrs. .
committee. very ways.
in obtaining
Wilcox If successful -
Captain McFadden of-
Captain having kindly ,
1Irs. Chas. H. Stewart, of Melbourne, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. M. Hodgson and LaG. Brainard returned last week a good flow others will probablybe
fered
the free use of.his for haulingout
]i spending a few days at Cocoa with Mr. and Mrs Treutler made a trip to from her summer and winter visit to the put down immediately.John boats which wish ways to enter for the '

Her friends Mrs. G. .Mercier and Mrs Turkey Creek orange grove on Sunday north, just in time to escape the "late
Henry, Esq., Is building a veran- races, on motion it was ordered that parties -
Dawson. last. The party were carried in Messsr onpleasantness, to her pleasant home at t r
dah around his house which adds greatlyto wishing to avail themselves of the :

Morning services will be conducted Elodgson Bro.'s steamer Kathleen. Goat Creek. its appearance and comfort. He has privilege should be required to first pay

Sunday next (Easter Sunday) at 10:30o'clock The Indian River Steamboat Co.'s Contrast the weather of the past week also been setting out numerous trees, their entrance fee, and that the treasurers ,

a. m. in St. Michael's Episcopal landing at the mouth of the Eau Gallie with the blizzard-swept north. Letters plants and flowers with an eye to decora- receipt for the same should be produced r

church, at Cocoa. river is almost completed, and will be received from eastern Michigan, written tion and beauty as well as utility. to enable them to avail themselves '{

Jlrs. Ely Spencer' and her daughter, second to none on our river for strengthand Sunday, April 7, state the thermometerwas Another load of railroad ties has ar- of Captain McFadden's offer. '

Charlotte, of Jacksonville reached Co- durability. This fills a longfeltwant 20 below zero, with a heavy snow rived, and more than half the track is I It was ordered that the following classes t

colas weeJr. ; Theyspent some weeks at Eau Gallie, and the company storm and drifted badly. How is that now laid from bulkhead to ocean and be established: )

at'Jupiter on the floating hotel. Chattahooehee has the sincere thanks of the settlers on for an April shower? the-grading is nearly completed. Lum- Third class, boats under 18 feet in >

the river for, the accommodation.The Mr. Joseph Hopkins, keeper of the ber has also arrived for the bath houses length ; second class, boats from 18 to 24 ;,

Mr.,Gordon Gile left for ,his home in steamer Kathleen, Captain Harry Turkey Creek Life Saving Station, whose and also for dwelling for Capt.' Wilcox.A feet ; first class, boats from 24 feet' and

Oshkosh; Wis., on Monday. Mr.. Gile Hodgson in command, arrived in our sickness we have heretofore noted,was boating party, consisting of Mr. A. upward.The "

irasmore than delighted with Cocoa and river on Friday last: having the houseboat in a fair way to recover, but, unfortu- Moore and family, Mr. J. Scofield and following rules for measurement,

and a flat boat, owned by the East nately, he felt unable to remain in bed E. of \\ereadopted: '
her people, and the liking was very mu- family and Mr. and Mrs. Stiling, '
tual. Coast Canal Company, in tow. It is the for a fortnight, at least, as'the doctor advised Cocoa; Mrs. Stafford and Mr. Burbankand Measure on waterlinemeasure t on

Mr. Stiling's coquina sidewalk' is a intention of the company to have them and we are sorry to say has suffereda wife, of Sanford! arrived at Mel- deck and one-half the overhang. i

most welcome addition to our town. The hauled out- on Capt. McFadden's ways relapse. bourne Beach on April 12th and spent The Hersechoff table of measurements ,

sidewalk committee to begin for repairs during the coming week.A Bishop Weed and,Archdeacon Carpenter some pleasant hours in the usual occu- for time allowance was adopted. ,
propose stopped at Melbourne on their return It was agreed that the entrance fee xq .
and interested congregation pation of Beach visitors.
work next week and l lay the walk just large
from Lake Worth and service heldat should be made very small to induce aa ,.
was
as far as the money and promised work assembled at the Eau Gallie Baptist Fishing from the railroad pier is the
boats to The
trill permit. Church on Sunday I last, the Rev. S. F. Trinity church Wednesday afternoon. favorite amusement now. The east shore many as possible enter.

Gore being the officiating clergyman.After Bishop Weed delivered a must eloquentand has always been noted for its great abun- entrance fee decided upon was, for tirs't.class
and his
,Commodore Fred. Hughes $3.00 second class,.$2.00 third
,
impressive sermon and afterward the ; ;
service the rite of
the
morning around the
dance of fish and pier seems
aiece,. Miss O'Conner: of New York, are class;$1.00.Captain '
rite of confirmation the host of
popular
administered to Thomas haunt for all varieties
baptism was to be a favorite ,
autographed at the Hotel Delmonico at McFadden tendered the of
the Carleton Mr. R. W. Andrews use
Mann formerly of Mass.,but now of Eau: being large and small, particularly the large
. Cocoa. They came np'from Jupiter on the' confirmed.The his schooner, the Queeu, to convey pas-
whole assemblingat party Wilcox landeda
Gallie,the congregation ones of all kinds. Captain
Saturday in the neat little steam launch sengers to the picnic and regatta or to
the brink of the river and devoutly Campbell Brothers' new craft six pound sheephead on Friday.R. .
Owned by Commodore Hughes. the evening entertainment.No .
in the choral of the ser was out for a trial trip and made good
part
joining Weed and Chas. E. Williams
II
The,firm ofB.-C. Willard & Co. will restrictions are made as to ballast.
speed with a good breeze.. She is a cat
be known hereafter as J. M. Sanders & vice. with colored help, are making things All boats to use their working sails.

Co., as Mrs. Laura' E. Willard\ and Mr. Anltoiia. rigged Frost Line and will be very con- lively at Mr. Hector's place, St. Kilda. Regatta to be open to all boats nowowned
I venient for transporting fertilizers, lum-
Jno.Sanders b'avefonned a new partner- J. S. Reck made a business trip to Beside the ground already planted and on Indian River which is also to

ahip. owing to the death of Mr. B. C. Titusville last week.C. ber, etc., but was designed primarily, we that which is already cleared, Mr. Weed include boats owned on St. Lucie River., ,i

Willard, which occurred last summer. T. McCarty was at Fort Pierce, on Mr.believe W., M.to carry the cabbage has contracted palms that to has a contract and interest in clearing the object being simply to bar foreign
Campbell '
of
and out ten acres more pines
Mr. !!. V. B. Ives, who has a fine business last week. i setting racing machines. .
legal set out along Ocean avenue at Melbourne
.orJ.llgei grove just ;north of Cocoa, and I at St. Kilda and of making things move. The entering boats to choose,the Regatta -
Mrs. Pratt, of Wassau, Wis., is visitingher Beach.
has''een. down here attending to it We read, of blossoms on orange seed- !; Committee, said committee to attend
y sister, Mrs. Wra. H. Tancre. The delightful weather of the past two and one-half inches high classification and
duringine past winter left for his home lings only to measurement ?,
'hPotsdani: N. Y., on April 8th. Mr. Thos. Taurman is busily engaged on week terminated in one of the heaviest here at Melbourne Beach. Strawberriesfor of boats, laying off the course and such

Ives made,a number of warm Friends ,the fine residence of Wm. Tancre. rains we have seen in Florida Sunday afternoon the table have been gathered from other matters as may come under their

daring hi* sojourn on the Indian River Benj. Hogg and family, of Waveland, though of short duration. The plants that have only been set out two jurisdiction.All boats to be entered by the night V .

who wijljwelcqme(1 .him, .back with plea- spent Sunday calling on Ankona friends.W. wind blew in spiteful gusts and the rain weeks and four days. If such results of Monday. April 29th.

cure next winter 'V. Layport and A. Wertendorf, literally came down' in sheets. The Ra- have been achieved without irrigation, All communications to be addressed to

The' lecture of callers on mona came near being wrecked, part of what we not,hope for when we have the secretary at Melbourne, Fla.
by Rev. Dr. Moore, of Fort Pierce, were pleasant deck been blown off. may All entrance fees to be, added to the V
Sinford, Fla., which he delivered Monday Friday. her hurricane having plenty of water; ? regatta fund to be distributed in prize

evening, in Hill's. Hall, at this place, Mrs. Tancre has been a sufferer from Half an hour after the sky was bright' air. R. W. Andrews having kindly offered .
,was and the ground was dry-no mud puddles The Easter Monday Ball at the use of the Carleton' Hotel free
most who
interesting, and those at rheumatism most of last week. She is
fastidious pedestrians. Occasional of charge for the evening entertainment,
; to annoy
tended Wager's hail.
speak in high praise of the able Titusville.tf
now convalescent. showers fell through the evening.The the same was thankfully accepted. A
'Banner in which the subject, "The and Mrs. P. E. Richards, of I In addition to the% .usual number of vote of thanks was unanimously tendered .S
Climate and'Resources of Florida," was ; Capt. their casual notice, in the Times-Union, 'dances at"the 'ball, on Monday evening, :\r r.Andrews for his kindness.
Eden, passed up on Tuesday, on the list of granted in theSouthern The of music, etc., wa votedto
.handled lbr. Moore. On Sunday Dr.H6bre'prea'cn1ea1to'a S among patents April 22nd, it has been decided by expense
'Jacksonville Bro.' : be raised by subscription. The re-
way of Arnold Mala
States, s, andC.
large and appreciative 'Messrs C.H. Walton, II. Q. Hawley quired amount was raised at once. .
and Matter entertained -
,Congregation both morning and Mesdames McCarty bar, Fla., car-coupler is: a very brief notice i D. Rhodes'to give the following short ,On motion the secretary was instructed

'elehfng,'nothithstandin. $',the. rain. I the families of Saeger, Chafee and' of almost useful invention., We bad programme of vocal and instrumerital to forward a copy of'the proceedings for 4;.

Judge Usher, of IansasCit Mo., Richardson at tea ,ou Saturday. the pleasure, of examining the drawing, music: during the intermission: between publication to THE FLORIDA STAR the .

died in Philadelphia last week. He hadPen The pineapple plantations of this and though no expert in such matters;; the 1st and 2nd parts.in the dances: Cocoa Public Spirit and Melbourne'Xevt.

$\ two ,pr tle tee months of this,season !section are at present "things beauty," it seems to be simple and eminently Overture.........................:......Selected, LARUE P.JACOB ELY,WILDER Sect'y.The Chairman. ''

in his.,winter home, at.City Point, and in a short time they will be "thingsof practical. Its advantages are-it is Messrs. E. B. Wager& R. Ranson. object of the regatta meeting at

with his family, 'and only left for the profit." worked either from the, side or roof of Solo...,................"The White Squall," Turkey Creek ,is to prevent an,old, custom -
'forth'ab slit two weeks ago to seek Our public school is in prosperous cars.' The act of coupling sets it for J. F. Mitchell. from being discontinued and to enable -

medical\ aid. in Philadelphia. Messrs. operation, with, Mrs. McCarty as teacher. coupling automatically. It entirely does ,Comic Song' ........'Dear Old Wife and I," neighbers along the river' to meet, '
C. D. Rhodes.V have a good old-fashioned picnic and
with the need of a man between
Benton &:Sam Usher, his two sons, whowere' We feel a justifiable pride in'this necessary away-thus saving life'and limb; can be Sold..:...........:............"The Red Scarf," neighborly visit. Come one, come all. '
,. at City Point, were telegraphed adjunct to modern civilization.: cars, 0..H. Walton. Bring your lunch ,baskets, and have a

{yr and left on Saturday for Kansas Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Price, of Soux instantly uncoupled'wben in motion or Comic ,Recitation.....*.............Selected, good time. The picnic grounds whichwe
City Mo. under strain, and can be applied, to.any have been kindly permitted to use at
where the their Rhodes.To .
'ea' body of the lament- City, Iowa, have departed for the old bumpers, links andpins. ,G.D., Turkey 'Creek are beautiful. The'reachof
using
: gentleman was taken for interment. northern home. She is so well; pleased car, New avoid being .over-crowded only a water between Turkey Creejc and Mel
Mr.. E. M: Arnold went to
The sympathy of Florida'frieQds is ex- that they propose to come again in Octo- limited number,invitations can possi- bourne cannot be surpassed on the river.
tended to the bereaved permanent'home. York last week to push his invention. Turkey Creek affords an excellent ,har
their
family. mate Ankona .
and ,
issued.
ber be
bly bor. There is good depth and width of
The members of the "Ttyo Episcopal Church in the Diocese .
Episcopal church
.. V water and a splendid view of-the race
c:aoir enjoyed a delightful Melbourne of Florida" has an extensive propertyhere : County Teachers Inst, tute.
trip to consisting of Mr. and can be had from the bluffs along the
a few days ago. The party set A pleasure E. Chafee party and Mr. and Mrs. R. donated by Mrs. Lucy H.: Boa, >.d- The County Teachers' Institute will river. About $140 have; been, sub-

*J* in a large yacht at one m. on Mrs. C. man, a lady whose benevolence, ,and openhanded be held at Titusville on April 24th and scrited for prizes. To this all entrance
,Thursday but did p. Richardson, enjoyed ,a fine day's outing generosity are. well known, and 25th. The exercises will be of interestto fees and future subscriptions will be add-
not reach Melbourne last week. They "took in" Jupiter and the trustees and patrons of the schools, ed. The entertainment in' the eveningwill
which
until churches
two hours after midnight. They the lower river. appreciated in many+ owe. and they are,cordially invited to attend. consist of 'dancing at the Carleton

spent'Leach ,the, next morning on the ocean F, Chafee a birthday theirch':1rch: : ,privileges. to her thoughtfuj The Indian River Steamboat Company' Hotel Mr. Andrews having kindly) of

That' and enjoyed themselves greatly. Mrs., C. .in ,honor gave of her mother, benefactions. The ,property. here com- kindly offers to carry teachers and thoseapplying fered the house for that purpose. Every .

. and, with'afternoon} fair they started for'Cocoa,' Mrs.party H recently. Richardson, of Blairstown, la.: ,prises about- ,one', hundred; and thirty ,fort certificates; for Balf,rate?. I. thing is .designed to be free-without
breeze
i.a from the south, Teachers attending the Institute and money and without price .It'is not probable
reached home by five o'clock p. m., a The party embraced Mesdames and Saeger Mc-, acres. pf high land, :embracing. ,some" ,of' showing a' lively interest ,in their work, that regular supper will be nerved, ,
in-bnrnt but happy crowd. Dr. ,Sdho- Hutchinson, .Tancre, Matter the.finest creek 'front, lots.. The property y' the refreshments
del Id. time ;,was spent and _, : will T>e given'preference in appointmentS but some will probably be .I.
who was the originator of the pic- Carty. A pleasant in the hands of ,Come and
collation served in,the even- ;has been placed entirely: the'ensuingyear.V provided. see your,neighbors
1e-Bad. excellent :
wag 'given a vote of thanks by an Mr.: C. H. SAMS' and-enjoy. social day and
all who our, enterprising, merchant, : J. Jxo.: keep up an.
participated in the affair for the ing. once have the 'County Superintendent. time-honored, custom.
most pleasant,time, they had enjoyed. M OCCASIONAL.:, Hector" ., who will. at .. prop: '


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: :: STAR:! THURSDAY APR. 18, 1889.
10 ". : ..:THE FLORIDA- |: :- .
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<" 'r.",'.. THE FLORIDA I STAR. Many :persons': consider'it'\' t. the most The little Episcopal I church J 'at Court-q spirit of liberality which is their main MARIAXXA, FLA., Jany. 'fth,149.-- I

rT promising' 'for cultivation of all the or- ney is almost completed, and it is a very characteristic, make their "weaker ves- Messrs. Lippman Bros. Sarannah, Ga'

:< PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY.HUS ange family. Florida lemons were quite pretty structure, and quite tin addition,I sels" a present of a nice, new and fashion- For Proprietors a long time P. P.I suffered P.:: with to

B. WAGERjitor ana Publisher. unsalable a few years ago, but now,since to Courtney. The earnest workers who able bonnet for Easter Sunday. They and ulcerated throat. I took S. S.catarrh S., bat .

more has been learned of varieties and have succeeded in erecting the church need not purchase a bonnet such as is derived no benefit from it. Dr. Owen, wh,,.

61.:>>0 per Annum. of proper methods of curing. and har- I deserve much praise for their untiring worn by the residents of Fifth avenue, represents Lippman Bros., Savannah, U ,, a,
)
told that P. I 1). would
vesting, they lead the market in value. efforts in this good cause. A festival is New York ; and, as to style, allow the I began me taking it. I have taken cure SIX me t4tle,to I Ii

Entered at the Post Office at Titusville as The pomelo, or.grape fruit, has con- to be held ere long at Courtney by Mrs. wife to judge as to what shape she would I (small size), and I am entirely well. I foj 1

t Second-Class Matter. quered a position for itself] the North, John Sams and others for the benefitof like, and what color ribbons or plumes like a new man, and consider 1P.. p. a ''-.

THE STAR is the OFFICIAL newspaper and must soon be as popular in the mar- the new church. would suit tho complexion. Wives wonderful medicine. PETE MASSING.

for Brevard county. ket as it always has been for home use. must remind their husbands not to pass

Its beauty and size and flavor must Miss Horton of Orange City, paid a over Easter Sunday without presentingthem The Rev. rat-o. If. Thayer, of Bourbon ID4. Mj- ;

The Star,has the Largest circulation make it salable, and its productiveness short visit to her friend, Miss Rodgers with a new bonnet. Hats look so Cow"Both nmption myself Cure.and "wife bold owe 6 j our Did lire.n k to Grtr r"i1.h"*..*.

of any paper on the East coast of Fla. who is at present at Cocoa, having taken plebeian to attend church in. Let them tusiille Kla.
will make it profitable. It varies greatly,
charge of the millinery store of:Miss Julia yisit the establishments of Mrs. Scrimgeour Are \oa made miserable by indi:cftioo. Convft.
: A SQUARE one Incb in space; 24 squares and new and improved varieties will or Mr. Rumph, and I am sure they pat ion, DiziufB*. Loss of AH tire. TeUnw kiaf
' make a column. Roberts during that young lady's absence Shiloh'a ViUlizer is a positive Cure. &U bj 14,1.
s advertising rates enquire of the Editor certainly be produced.The in Washington. Miss Horton has will be suited-even if they belong to I son k Grey, Tituevilltf, Fla.

Always enclosing atwo cent stamp. best varieties of the lime have the most fashionable "set" or beau-mondet Why will you rough when Shiloh'*l.qreillt

-.>----- -- -- -- been so lately introduced that little is come on the Indian River to keep house for they have such a variety of shapes- immediate relief? Trice 10 cta 6*t ct.and f L goad;e
r for her brother, who lives at Melbourne.On both ancient, modern, unique, fantastic, by Dicksou & (>rey,Ittusville, Fla.

The American Pomological yet known of their commercial value. Monday Miss Rodgers accompaniedher picturesque and fashionable-that will Shiloh's Catarrh Itemed j-a positive earef, f*.

Society. Besides these, many minor fruits of this gladden the heart of any wife, as well as tarrb Diptheria, and Tanker Month. S>M bj Diet'
friend to Melbourne to spend a few son & Gre>'. Titusville FU.
family have been introduced and are they have amused
__ The late meeting of the American Po- days with her at that place. Miss CELLANEOUS. "Hackmetack," a lasting and fratrrrnt lrtt&
held in Ocala in sparingly used in a domestic way; like .. Price 25 and !() cent. Sold b! kkco ltty:
mological Society was Titusville, April 16, 1889. Titusville, 'la.
a. accordance with the invitation of the the citron, the shaddock and the kumquat -i Buns. Kggs and Bonnets.To Sbiloh's Cure will immediately relieve Crorp,

Florida Horticultural Society, and the ., a diminutive Japan orange of the Editor of the Florida Star: For# Sale. whooping Cough and Fla.DroucLiti Sold by Dirkwa

.,' Northern visitors were impressed by the great value for preserving. Three desirable tracts of high ham- &; Grey. Tituaville.
the The fig has already been mentioned, SIR-To-morrow is Good Friday, andI mock land, located on the east side of For Dyspepsia and Liver Complaitt jw hu,a
and intelligence shown by printed guarantee on every bottle of MiiJoh's Tw
energy but it thrives best north of the orange hear service will be held morning and East Indian River. Tract No. 1 contains talizer. It never fails to cure. Sold by L>ick*>a JtGrey.
members of this organization. It was 56 38-100 with of half .Titnuville, Fla.
evening at St. Gabriel's Church ; then acres, a frontage a
belt. The Japan medlar is
natural that a large percentage of the loquat, or Easter Sunday and Easter Monday mile on the river, about 18 acres cleared, A Nasal; Injector free with each bottle of ShLVL.
.s should have been contributed by seen growing over all the State, and has comes a bearing grove and nursery of large Catarrh l: rut"\ty. Price 50 cent. Sold by DKI>C.
papers so please allow me to say a few & Gre)'. Titutmlle; lla.
should have proved profitable where planted for trees. Tract No. 2 contains 51 74-100
them and that they con-
market. It susceptible of improvement words re the above days which, probably, acres, with a frontage of five-eights of a
discussions. But the is great .Miirshul Saved Life and Hair.MOXTICELLO .
of the
ducted
most
mile the river about 6 cleared
some will remember in Titusville. I on acres ,
uniform of the addresses and the better varieties can FLA., Jan. il.! 'S9.
excellence was a small grove and many trees in bearing.
will few words to the
just a as originof
noteworthy. Nearly two hundred mem- be grafted on seedlings or on quince say Tract No. 3 contains 34 78-100 acres, ;, Messrs. Lippman Bros.. Savannah, Go.,
roots, as is done in California. The kaki, the custom of eating buns on Good with a frontage of one-fourth of a mileon Proprietors P. P. P. :
bers of the local society were present,
or Japan persimmon, is a comparatively Friday and eggs on Easter Monday ; anda the river which is about four miles in For the past eight years I have been ia
and their activity suggested the thought few words anent'the ladies' bonnets on width. The immunity of this land from bad health, suffering with malaria, then
introduction. Some of its varie-
that the large percentage>of the popula- recent frost renders it not only valuable but de- matism, Dyspepsia, dropsy, my digestion
tion engaged in fruit culture helped to ties are so rich in color that they maybe Easter Sunday. sirable for fruit and winter vegetables.. whs bad and my hair all came out In fact,

with fairly termed gorgeous, and in flavor Your readers will, perhaps, be surprised For further particulars inquire of I was near I-v a wreck. 1 had taken kidney

insure a more general familiarity it bears as high a rank as it does in ap- to learn that "hot-cross buns," as theyare Benj. Hall, 379 Harrison avenue, Boston, and blood medicines, which did mo no
the methods which command success Mass of J. A. Geor- good. When I began taking P. P. P.,
No doubt its introduction commonly called, date back from the or Shippie, Agt.,
than can be found in regions where fruit pearance. giana, Fla. about three months ago, I was as weak as a
other branchesof marks an era in the history of fruit first century, coeval, it is supposed, with child. I have only taken four bottles(small

t; culture is subordinate to growing in the State, for its culture is no the introduction of Christianity into A Statesman Speaks.No size), and today I am a"well man, and ICY'
horticulture and agriculture. hair has "come again. I cannot recommend
England, and being in fact, the one cus-
President Berkmans, in his opening longer an experiment. Still, comparatively man in the South was more generally P. P. P. too highly.

address said that the Pomological Society little is known as yet of its distinct -, tom only immediately associated with or more favorably known, and no man's \\\ F. WARE,
opinion was more highly reverencedthan
varieties their special One' the eating of pastry or cakes. Marshal Monticello, Fla.Witness .
founded onlyto or uses. that of the late ex-Governor ,
was fifty years ago, not Kerry F. C. OWENS.Advie .
unite the fruit growers of the country of the most interesting fields of experi- The plum pudding at Christmas, the of South Carolina. For some time previous :

of ment now offered to horticulture is the pancakes on Shrove Tuesday, the eggs at to his death. Governor Perry wasa to Mother
in a brotherhood and furnish a means sufferer from indigestion. lIe took Cat Soormaaszacrshonllslwsys
Easter-even the at Michaelmas, uun a
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ALTS* 1XA
of the kaki and the American goose
social intercourse among them, but to be hybridizing isaya Tonic and wrote the following let- be used when children art cutting tetth. It r.-
persimmon. In the belt the all, more or less, have originated in linea the little sufferers once;itprodaeesBataral,
of practical utility in collecting and' orange ter: quiet sleep,and the little cherub awake*a."tcifH
the knowledge of different hardier varieties of the guava, the olive, Pagan ages and Pagan customs, long be- SANS Souci. as a button." It is very pleasant to taata Is
classifying
soothes the ehf dsottenstbegSmu.a1lars+ pab.
fruits gained in widely separated local- the date, the carob, the downy myrtle, fore the era of Christianity.The Gentlemen most cordially recommend regulates tha bowels and is the best kmm reaaif
the Chinese litchi and other fruits have stamping of a cross on buns has your Calisaya Tonic. For several for diarrhoea, whether arising from teethisf ar
S years past I have been troubled with Indigestion other caoses. Twentj-flre cents a bottU.
ities.The been successfully while south of descended to modern times, the "hot- and Dr.
committee on subtropical fruits, grown, dyspepsia. My son,
which created at the Boston meeting this region the custard apple, the tama- cross buns" bearing the Greek cross. Next M. Perry, of Philadelphia, who Wonderful Cores.
was The old custom of presentingor knows the ingredients which compose & Co. Wholesale and Re-
rind the tropical almond (Terminalia quaint W. D. Hoyt ,
of the society, proved its value by your tonic, spoke favorably of it In the of Rome Ga. Ve
presenting a report which&ave a better Catappa), the pineapple, the hog plum eating an Easter egg, stained with course of two months past I have used tail have Druggists been selling Dr. ,Kings, KITS'ew Dit-

account of the history and importanceof (Spondia), the Barbadoes goosberry various colors, may, like the "hot-cross four bottles and am entirely relieved. Electric Bitters, and BacklenVArnica
covery,
Yours
"
this strictly Southern industry than (Peireskea aculeata), the star apple (Chry- buns, be traced to Pagan origin.In truly B., F. PERRY. Salve for four years. Have nerer

can be found elsewhere in the same sophyium Cainito), the mango, together some parts of the north of Englanda Cnlisaya Tonic is sold by all druggistsat handled remedies that sell as well There, or

with the banana and cocoanut, are all singular custom prevails in regard to 50 cents and $1.00 a bottle. 52 give such universal satisfaction.

compass.In in cultivation and described with eggs. On Easter :Monday and Tuesday have been some wonderful cures effected
Louisiana the parish of Lower some Notice Stockholders. by these medicines in this city. Several'
detail in the report.-Garden and Forest. the people assemble in the meadows, bite
consumption
of furnishing of pronounced
the advantage
Placquemines has TITDSVILLE FLA.. April 1589.The cases
.. there being no red-bugs in the of few lit
grass ; been entirely! cured by use a
the earliest oranges. The entire stockholders of the Titusville .
everybody is provided with plenty of tIes of Dr. King's Discovery, taken io
and the LAKE WORTH, April 9, 80. School Building Association will hold a
is sold on the trees, oranges We
crop : Electric Bitters.
with
hard-boiled, colored These they meeting at the school house in said connection
are often paid for while the trees Editor Florida Star: eggs. town Wednesday night April 24th, guarantee them always. Sold by all drag
play with by tumbling them about on
are yet in bloom. The prospective crop SIR-In the STAR of April 4th,among 18801 7:30 p. m. Important business to stores on Indian River._

of a hundred acre orange grove was sold the Lake Worth items, mention is madeof the grass ; but if one, or more, should be transacted.By -
happen to get broken, it must instantly order of R. P. ADDISON, Their Business Uooming.
the illustrated pamphlet describ-
last winter for $30,000 before a blossomor new
President Board Directors.D. .
such
be eaten by the breakex-possibly as Probably no one thing has caused
bud had appeared on the trees. In ing the lake, and the J., T. and K. W. L. GAULDEN. Sec.A a general revival of trade at all the drag

southern Alabama the hopes of orange R'y is credited with its publication. Thisis a punishment for his or her apparent stores on Indian River a* their giving

were frozen out with the deathof a mistake, as the above corporationhad clumsiness.In man who has practiced medicine for away to their customers of so many free
growers
the trees in the cold of January 1886 nothing to do with the pamphlet some parts of EnglandNorthumberland 40; years read what ought he to says.'l'OJ.EDO know. salt from sugar trial bottles of Dr. King's New Discoveryfor
for instance-where of Their trade u simply
a species Consumption.
but'the fig is'here grown to perfectionand other than furnishing the maps which 0.. Jan. 10, 1887. in this valuable article

yields enormously. No other strictly accompany it, and for these it was givena ; fortune-telling with eggs is in vogue, a Messrs. F. J. Cheney & CoGentlemenI : enormous from the fact that very it always cures and

subtropical fruits are grown here; but, quid pro quo in the shape of a thousandof maiden, who is desirous of knowing what have been in the general practice of never disapJ?ints. Coughs, cold, atk-

in the northern region of Florida, the books. The actual cost of publi- her future lord is like, is enjoined to boilan medicine for most 40 years, and would ma, bronchitis croup, and all throat and
as
egg after having spent the whole day say that In all my practice and experience lung diseases quickly cured. You can
cation borne by of the public
fruits of Oriental origin, like the Kel- was seven have never seen preparation thatI trial
spirited citizens of the lake; the draw- fasting and in silence ; then to extract could with much confidence test it before buying by getting a
prescribe as
the
-
and Bhotan blood plums bottle
scy peento ings being donated by the artist and it the yolk, fill the cavity with salt, and of success as I can Hairs Catarrh bottle free, large size $1. Every
and honey peaches, the Le Conte and it singular that your correspondentshould Cure manufactured Have warranted.
eat the whole, including the shell. This by you. prescribed -
Keiffer pears, are receiving much atten- have been ignorant of so well it a great many times and its ef-

tion. There is a reviving interest, too, known a fact. highly unpalatable meal being finished, fect is wonderful, and would say in con- Bucklen's Arnica Salrr.

in old and almost extinct varitiesof the heroic maid must walk backward, clusion that 1 have yet to find age of The best salve in the world for cats
some
Minis. uttering this invocation to the saint : Catarrh that it would not cure, if they bruises, sores, ulcers salt rheum, fever
the while the cultivation of
peach
would take it according to directions.
Sweet St. work fast sores, tetter chapped hands, chilblain,
Agnes thy
the Scuppernong grape and of the pecan Miss Harrison visited Sanford Friday.Mr. If ever I be to marry, man, Yours Truly corns and! all skin eruptIons' and positively
L.L.
GORSUCII, M. D.
is rapidly growing in commercial : D. K. Harrison, of Sanford, was Or man to marry me, Office 215 Summit St. cures piles, or no pay required.
,
importance. last I hope him this night to see. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction -
over a few days week. We will give $100 for any case of Ca- refunded. Price 25 centsper
If all rites and ceremonies tarrh that can not be cured with Hall's or money
In the Florida peninsular proper, and necessary etoiesio
Mr. F. A. Strahan has received some box. For sale by all drug
Catarrh Cure. Taken .
down to the twenty-eighth degree of latitude lumber for his new house which is to be have been duly performed, the girl may J. CHENEY & CO.internally.F. ,prop. Toledo,O. Titusville, and on Indian River.

the cultivation of the citrus fruitsis erected shortly. confidently count upon seeing her future

the absorbing industry. The trees husband in her dreams.I Notice of Incorporation. Severe Caves or Blood Poison.
There will be religious services Sun.
here grow like weeds, attaining the Jar am not going to suggest the above 1. The name of this corporation shall Thousand suffer from blood polsolt"who .
day, April 21st, at 11 o'clock a. m. in
be "The Indian River Land and
method to the Titusville ladies.In Improvement B.Bt
and
gest: size the most perfect develop- would be cured If they gave B.
ment.- Every known variety oforangeseems our. school house. north Germany, if you have a desire business Company shall beHardeeville, and its principal Indian place of (Botanic Blood Balm) a trial. Send to

Mr. Richard Rocker is clearing his River the Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. for
at home here, and many of the introduced to see the ladies of the broomstickon Florida. convince

kinds attain a sprightliness of piece of land and has the lumber on the May Day, their festival, you must 2. The general nature of the business of the book most of wonderful skeptical.cures It is, sent that free

flavor, combined with a juiciness and ground for his house. take an egg laid on Maundy Thursday, said corporation at Hardeeville shall be and town improvements J. O. Gibson Meridian, 3JU .. ..rius:
vicinity-the untold
Easter Song Service next Sunday and stand where four roads meet else "For a number of years I suffered
fcweetaess, which they never acquire in even- ; or building of a hotel, &c. Sereni
agonies from blood poison.
their original habitat. It is but reason- ing at 7 p. m. at the school house. All you must go into church on Good Friday 3. The capital stock of the corporation prominent physicians did me little If any

able to expect that in countries where are cordially invited to attend. but come out before the blessing.It shall consist of 1,000 shares of $100 each, good. I began to use B. B. B. with very
$50,000 of said stock to be paid in and the it
these fruits have been cultivated for Mr. Robert Mims and daughter, of Savannah was formerly quite an article of balance to be held by the corporation to be has little made faith me but a well to my and utter hearty surprise penoo."

centuries, varieties of the finest texture Ga., arrived on Saturday to domestic belief that the shells must be disposed of for improvements as necessityshall Z. T. Hallerton Macon Ga.. witte-

and flavor: may be looked for, and enterprising spend awhile at the Hiawatha.We broken after eating eggs, lest the witches require. ..I contracted blood poison. I first tried
.It 4. The corporation shall commence its and then went to Il<>* .
should sail in them. physicians,
out to
Floridians collecting and sea .
are experimenting -
were sorry, indeed, to lose our existence On Monday, May 1st, A. D. 1889, Springs. I returned home ruined n s n
with the best oranges wherever friends Dr. and Mrs. McCormick, who Easter Sunday was, at most times, and shall continue for twenty years. physically. Nothing seemed to do oe

they can be found. On the other left last Monday for Iowa. Before reach- generally remembered by the ladies. 5. The officers of the corporation shall any ood. My mother persuaded me to '

hand, many persons hold that the best There is a very old custom that on this 'be a president, vice-president, secretary, try B. B. B. To my utter aatonlinmeni
ing home they will visit Tallahassee, treasurer and five directors, to be elected ulcer quickly healed." ,
fruits can be had by selecting,: choice New Orleans and Kansas. day every woman appeared at churchin i by ballot on May 1st, 1889, and to hold every Benj. Morris, Atlanta, Ga.. writes: "*

seedlings at home which unite "good a new bonnet (hats are in bad form)- their offices until the first Monday in suffered years from syphilitic blood f
Invitations are out for the Fancy Dress March, A. D. 1890, or until their cured or al
successors refused be
'. quality with great productiveness. Manyof no matter how low their exchequer was, poison which to
and Calico Ball at Wager's; Hall, Titus- new are elected and qualify. The subsequent treatment. Physicians pronounced tut
the best known proves in the Indian they managed to buy a bonnetor elections for officers and directors IIJOIY
ville next M9ndayevening the 22d inst. a hopeless case. I had no appetite.
River region are from Florida seedling, : ( i if married, received one as an Easter shall be on the first Monday in March of pains In hips and joints, and kidnej

and even the famous Navel trees, on account It is supposed that most of our young present from her husband,) to appearin each year, and the terms of office for one were dlsea&ed. My throat was ulcerated I
people will attend. The invitations or until the qualification of and of running fores-
are Easter year, a suc- my breast a mass
church
of their unfruitfulness, have in at on Sunday. There oieoi
N cessor. In this condition I commenced the
sent out by Messrs. Walton & Hawley. I :>'
some cases been budded with so-called is an old saying-"Out of the fashion, 6.- The Highest amount of indebtednessor B. B. B. It healed every ulcer and lore

native varieties. Easter Services at Cocoa.On out of the world," but although this does liability to'which the corporation can at and cured me completely within tsro

-t, The Jemon i rI more tender than.the orange Easter, April 121. the services at St. not apply, directly or indirectly to our four-tenths any time subject of the capital itself .shall stock.not_ exceed months.

but the freezing weather three Michael' church will be held at 10:30 a. residents still it is' hoped, for the sake Incorporators: James T. Small, Lewis- LEWIS,

- ." years ago did not cause irreparable loss m., standard time, instead of in. the.af of their "better-halves," and for the ton Maine; Robert A. Hardee of Hardee J.F.
; ternoon. It is that all ville.
earnestly hoped ,
.. the southern c ounties and largely increased furtherance of happiness, amityor i .
'in peace
who be able will attend
may try to on Jones, Titnsvile,Fla.; Robbins & Graham, CiTil Engineer and Sunder,
areas are planted with this fruit J thi most joyful anniversary which concord in their homes,that husbands Titusville; Fla; Albert A. Taylor, Cocoa,

every year. speaks to us BO strongly of immortality. will come to the fore, and, with that true Brevard county Fla. 52. | TltasYllle, Fla.

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THE FLORIDA STAR* -
THURSDAY
.... ., APR. IS. 1SS9Business .. .. .

t JLJL, ,
: &8JlI.oII'S LIGHT AND AIRY.s .
lllt. Consumption
; Surely Cured.To I
Notice
i'r If'ritin. for the..Star. The Empire Gown. I THK:EorroB-Plewe Inform your reader that' of Incorporation. Tax Xotl e.

'" t Take a Urge sized iab1ec1,th. have a positive renitdv for the abore.nunedtsa The fOllowing Corporation has this i"I
; baaine.a diswur. By iu will be at the
voting places the
aaJbody'a timely asr tbou.aodlof day been on
It It Stitch two Rides together hopeless formed by the
e
ct.ooae have
should undersigned
burn dates
,.. below for
.u a pnUemaD the quid Run a pucker round the top glad to end two bottles penuauvliUy of cured I shall be Incorporators! to wit: St. John and In the purpose of receiving {
OD
1'0 If JD&I'f1".lad1 dOll" rersa2 .':. On A ribbon tether. of year readers who Lave couauuiptiou my remedy FUSE if to any dian River Canal and Steamboat Co. tax returns: I

. > or. spat a little plainer bow, J.i' Cut some armholes near the send me their expre sal poet attics'add,.theyill..,*. Capital Stock 8100.000 dollars, in Eden-......Tuesday, April, 2nd, 18SSL
ntulfwe may neck.
RenpecliullT
'bat au shares of S100 Fort Pierce...\\.ednesda u .
T. dollars *
A.
Put each. 3rd
&J11bOd1"s b1lluefl Ii the belt below them. LOCUM M. O., Iferl .L, ,
I ;. .k 11 lfalWr 1& a bean t Just to touch the shoulder blades 34 New York.Tutf JL dig excavate airl build a canal con- Narrows,.........Friday oth, U t

,- So as not to show them. necting the waters of the St. John's and Sebastian.SSaturday, '* 6h.4 -

,{. '. TitiajojWb. a gentleman" tJnalnus does call.'J ViLet the skirt be flowing loose canal Indian, ricer to by a suitable and sufficient Malabar,...._Monday, .. Sib, U 1' -

Or defier he calls: north or south Like a sail that's flapping carry transport and convey Melbourne.Tuesdai., '* Oth, "

.. 01.Tiuurille stall? In the vagrant southern breeze. persons and property thereon in the Eau Gallic-Wednesday, 10th U
Pills ,
{,it rtsllr.nf'CftUrr Counties ot Volusia. Brevard I'
Or be drawn dawn Mast and yardarms tapping. and Orange Tropic.i..Thursdayr llth W
,4
>, "nut the shad d mar and all ,
neCeS8arcanals said
\ ;; further ttttleIte connecting Canaveral..... "'
from Saturday
13tb
I TO a w Tack ,
some buttons the ,
I ? .. iu our town? up back. principal canal. To navigate and ,
neighbors run Georgiana ..... **
.. "
Two
or thrve is plenty, Steamboats Monday, 15th
FOR TORPID upon said canal. St. Johns t
.
it anybody*bunneM Foryou'knowan empire gown LIVER. and Indian ISiver.' Rock ledge,...Tu da 16tb, U
11 Bat lie lads a, it her bead In the waist is scanty. A of said The principal office Cocoa,.........Wednesday, 17th U t
torpid liver ,
Go,,to Wager' HU with ladies, .. tem, and deranges the whole sys. usteen. Corporation shall be at Meritt....... Thursday 18th *'
Put produces olusia ? ,
doesu't let her knew? some lace about the neck. county. State of Florida, ,
.., j.AD4 it BTbodj'bn ine Sew it there or pin it. Sick OSTKEX, Fla. March 15,1SSO. City Point,......Friday, 19th, .* t
Headache
Bat the gentleman's if abe Then, to make the gown complete T.H.Sanders, Saturday, 20th, '*

f ;. Should accept another escort Let the girl get in it. Dyspepsia Costiveness' II. E. OSTEEN. Titus\.ille,.....Ionday, 22nd 1:
u to be? Rheumatism ,
the ball that .
:',, for 4 -Washington Critic. JOHN SAULS. I L"\Grangt".TuE'Sday, 23rd, 4Mims < (, .

gentleman's on the sidewalk Sallow Skin and Piles. JOHN n". PRICE.W. ,.........Wednesday, 2-Ith "
r A Short Time to Ore. ,
short or rather tall S. NORWOOD.GEO. .
Whether There Haulover ....... u
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la no better Friday :20thV.
\ Hit anybody'*bnsinM Young Bacon-I should like to make application common diseases remedy for thtse \,-. DICKSON.Xotlce. ,
Where that gentleman means to call for position as bookkeeper in your of- Pills,as a trial will than Tntt's Price Lives \ R. SANDERS,
lady prove. ,25c.
,if see a
Or you
fl Assessor for
ee. Brevard Co.
anywhere.Ii .
1 she's calling Sold
Everywhere.PEAE
.
Mr. Yeast-But .
it any of your busineM my bookkeeper gives per s I
. What her business may be there satisfaction. ...
toA6E TS FREE All NOTICE.
0 bothtczee.W concerned will take notice that six
"Yes but won't have teMOTewTo not
The substance of mf query, "How's; thatr"He's you him long. months after date I will present my final To all whom it may concern:
Simply KUted would be this- Nlrss truRtao>ili ,>; account to Honorable Minor S.Jones County
lilt anybody's business just been married." ls' bisTUOtAIUAtDXla>i Judge of lirevard, ?, 'fake notice tha; we, the undersigned
What another's business is? "Yes I understand that""He's .Comftrb for county, Florida, andpray will., at the expiration of lour weeks'publication
flit is.or if it isnX nL.tOoldp eb an order di*mio\Sing me from the
world. .
'would really like to know, not long for this oe et s uieLn>y iii arest.a,1.PARKER'S. execution of the last will and testament of of this notice, in accordance 4
For rm certain lilt isn't "What makes you think soP Phiueas D. AVe late and conformity with Chapter "3594 of r
TitnsTillians mate it so. "Why, his wife is a graduate of a cooking ] deceased. on, of said county, the laws of Florida, tile a petition and-

school, and she does her own cooking. HAIR BALSAM make application to the Hon. John U.
If it is HI join the crowd, Cleanses and beautifies AGNES: WESSON, Broome. !
And act the funny clownOf Yonkers Statesman. Promotes tee hair oO-6mo. Judge of the 7th Judicial Circuit
luxuriant Administratrix.
and backbiters a growth. of Florida. for the
the tattlers Never Fail to Bettor adoption of Ethel
Who lire in this our town. Acquainted with Their Flavor. i H air to Youthful Color.Gray Louise infant child of Wjlliam F. Den- "\
Bat if not HI act the teacher Leader of Arizona [FreTents Dandruff and hair falling man and Marie Louise Denman
Regulators have .
his
Until each meddler learns you too,and $1.00atr> Rt'teta NOTICE wife
It were better in the futureTo anything to say before we string you up we In Circuit deceased of Jacksonville. Fla.. as our ':
mind their own concerns. will give you five minutes. "OSGOOD" Com of the 7th Judicial child and heir at law. .

CALICOProclamation. D..u..L. Victim You are about to lynch an innocent v.8. Chant kau Circuit County.of A.Florida D. 1SS9.in and for Drevanl Uockledge. Fla.. March 13. A. I). US-: :

man, gentlemen. Upon my soul, you Sent on trial. Freight J. M. LEE
are I I am not a horse thief, but an honest paid. Fully Warranted. James Pntchanl EELS V. LEE. ti
man that works for a living. I am a Tucson 3 TON $35. .s }J Dissolution, of

WHEBEAS; : The City Council of the cigar manufacturer. Ask Col Allgore if I Other sizes proportion Charles I D. Sweat J Partnership.It NOTICE.All .
resoluTown ain't ateJy low. Agents well paid. Illustrated Catalogue'
has passed a
of TituRville free from persons concerned will take i
Mention this Paper. appearing the affidavit of the now ;
tion urging a strict enforcementvOf the CoL Leader-Did Allgore was you handing make round those cigars that the OSGOOD 8s THOMPSON, Singhamtcn, N. y, attorney for Uie above named complainant notice that six month after date I will i
among
Sanitary Ordinances, and that the said respondent is u nonresident present to lIon. Minor S. Jones, County _
before election
WHEREAS, the said ordinances requirethat boys just HINDERCORNS. of the State of Florida to wit Judge of Brevard county, Florida IDrfiral
I :
Victim (eagerly)-1 did sir. The only STIle Core for Corns. Stops!all pain boar vouchers
a city scavenger; should be appoined comfort to the eet.ISc.at Pntggiita. Htsooi&Co.tK.XCONSUMPTIVE: a resident of the City of New Orleans, as administrator, with the ;
Leader (sternly)-String him boys!-
by the Mayor, whose compensation shall Chicago Tribune. up .e.R and that the said respondent is in the will annexed, of Thomas New, late of '

be fixed by agreement with the city au- Y0"tT belief of the said attorney over the age said Brevard county deceased and that \ '
Rare Tfwti'-oneb.Bronchitis, Asthma. Indigestion! tit at the same time I will
thorities. Interchange of Civilities. P cOn E R'S tI',,. BRETON 1C. ?*has ear< pf twenty-one: years, it is therefore apply for letters
the remedy fur all ills hereby dismissory from such administration. I
ra.ti* is arising ordered that the said
therefore this is to notify all Boston Man-Talk about style or culture in respondent
time.
Now, Crom detective nutrition. Take in Me. end ILOi This March 15..
X D. 1889
that applications for the said PO: | New Yorkl We have in Boston a Norwegian | Sweet do plead., answer or demuro ,
persons BOILING the Bill Wif. "
aition of city scavenger will be received prince in the millinery business and several MADE WITH WATER. of Complaint herein tiled, our 4S-6rao. MCCRAQITEX,
before the 6th day of May A. D. ]1889 ? Administrator etc. .
office the 19th fashionable tailors who head their circulars '
Friday
at the Mayor's on the
and letter heads with from Emerson same will be taken as confessed
D. 1889 from 9 o'clock quotations EPP S
day of April, A. 1 ill the said complainant allowed to \OTICE.
a. m. to 3 o'clock p. m., when the said loceed in said
exparte cause. And it LAND OFFICE GAINESVILLE.
New York Man (with interest)-I am gladto i FLA \
applications will be considered and arrangements rdered that a copy of this order be March
hear of them. When we have completedour GRATEFUL-COMFORTING. 1b. 1SS9. J
-" perfected so that the person arrangements for annexing Boston to ptlished in the FLORIDA STAR a news- Notice is hereby given that the follow-

appointed may enter upon the immediate New York we expect, of course, to learn all I P:1er published in said County for the ing-named settler has filed notice of his .

discharge his duties applicants about our suburban curiosities.ChicagoTribune. COCOAMADE sp'e of four consecutive weeks prior intention to make tinal proof In supportof '

most be ready to give bond, to be fixed .' to :id 6th day of May. A. D. 1SS9. his claim, and that said proof will be t

by the Mayor, for the faithful performance Jm vtness). the Hon. John D. Broome, made before A.A. Stewart. Clerk Circuit ,
MILK.I
of'the contract. All applications Out of the Frying Tan. WITH BOILING of said Court as well as A. A. Court at Titusville. Fla., on May 4th, t

mast be made in person. The fresh spring winds begin to blow. I Stetrt, Clerk of said Court and the 1SS9. viz: C. D. Saws of Courtney Fla., \

.' Giren under my hand this 17th day of The robin sings hi* roundelay: i' HHEU1'ATIG'QSciatic1ains Sealf the said Court at rhe Court House in II. E. No. 12S51, for the S. i of S. E. i, :
No more we shovel off the snow. tvu of Titusville in said \.
D. 1889 County W. jot S. E.J and S. W i of N. };. J
pril-A. Or ashes on the sidewalks lay this ?h day of )March A. D. 18S9. Sec. 12. 23 t .
:( H. F. ATKINSON, / \ .a Tp. S.. r. 36 E. .

Mayor.ROYAL.4 No longer high priced coal depletesOur A. A. STEWART. lIe names the following witnesses toprove ,
purse or stirs within us ire; Achnm idea and lt.,'k. Htr', Kidney and Vteri e Clerk of Court. Ins continuous residence upon. and t

The glowing sun our houses heats. Pain". Klienmatic 8ct%tlC'. Sharp th.'CrrrticnraAu and WeakeningPain JOXES WILLIAMS. cultivation of. said land, viz: R. J. La 1 "t
We need no more the parlor stove.But *, Beliftfdtn truant-b. Roche. Archie
Attoh McRae.
s I ti.l'am Plaster. The! nr"t mud mily in. >Untanenti8VMin.killiiii y s for Couiplaulant.Noticefliucorporatlon. E. C. Whaley, J. i
,,. .. .', .. fhe J. LaRoche
nt
? "trrn.tbeniru }>i t r "* ; of Courtney Fla.
are we blest Not much you bet; .
for JlOO At drupelets or of Porrn Ducn AM> ---- 49. J.
S. C. TUCKER
We heave the sigh and drop the tear.House Register. '
CHEMICAL'.. l )ston.Pimplfn i
cleaning comes our lives to fret ,blackheads, chsg.fed and oily nkin cured of the J" :
And carpet beating time is here.. by CUTICCBA SOAP.CHCHESTER'S. Bi NOTICE.
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-The Boston Courier. and Abstract of
ENGLISH LAND OFFICE GAINESVILLE.
\
.
tie
x FJU Vocation. 9 Company.The March 30;h. 18S9. /

"My friend," said a solemn man, have r t YROYAL PILLS und.jgnej have associated themselves Notice is hereby given that the follow .,

you ever done aught to make the community ::'\" 213 c::= tLUl:: t.u as a by corporate: and give thefollowing ing named settler has tiled notice of 1 .'

In which you live the better for your livingin + -.; '", ()rIci.. .......11r-.I. Aar_t".",'" notiqf. their incorporation: his intention to make final proof In sup ,
-itaWriU for
I r &>r.V
O t itr' _. 7' .W; fnr nidr.'cr"t r"1'.."...t 1. The nanof the corporation shall be port of his claim, and that said proof 1 +

**I havo done much,sir," replied the other Diamond aim:ta\r'.Brani.-...Ith ill--I IlM -,. .t'A. The Brevard tract of Title, Company." will be made before A. A. Stewart Clerk i. ,
homes of fellow >. At l>ruceiUier. > .. Ac.ept 2. The gen Circuit Court at Titusville Fla.. on' '
humbly, 4ito purify the my rt .. All |,ill* in ,a'''yI.arl q nature of the business of May ..
: beings. IJ "'.:lrS. rlatal'l'C'r*.aft a da..: the company be to furnish abstractsof 24th, 1889 viz : David, L. Conrad of Canaveral -
II .... gi ...ee..t rrelf. feed de. I.allu ... title and hd. No. 13..151'for
oU the
"Abn continued the solemn man, with a rartio.rrs and"n u.rt."1.a4l1.-. '. information as to the title east 4 of
pleased look,. "you distribute tracts f 1aoala1err-LAIIIES" 1 rasa Ar rrtara aM"l thma.maiS.FaeI 1e.*I"r.. 4' L.lt location, clatter and value of lands north east 4 north west i of north east
Re- in the counties which 4 sec. 14 and lot 2 sec. 22
Township
"No, I clean carpets.Binghamton Chickester Chemical Co..Jladbea bq.phila.Pa it may do business.
publican. 3. The amounf thecapital stock of the south range 37 east.
I
SHERIFF'S SALE. company shall Wtv shares of one hundred He names the following witnesses to
All Hope Dashed. dollars each "be paid in full. prove his continuous; residence upon, and "
Champion Sprinter-Who is this "Un- Under and by virtue of an execution issued 4. The corporal i shall|| up cultivation of said land viz: '

4Klt40POWDER known" who is to race me to-morrow f out of the Circuit Court of the Seventh j I the day its article association commence on James M.. Webber Orlando Quarter- +

Trainer-All I can learn is that he has been Circuit of Florida for IJrevard county, with tile Secretan'f State and are continue filed mats, Nathan N. Penny and Henry WH- -

doing business in the city and living in the upon a judgment therein given in a cause for twenty years !son of Canaveral. Fin.: e .

suburbs for the past twenty years. wherein Henry Bernheim and Gustave 5. The officers b'hich the business of 51 S. TUCKER.. Register. ;,.

Champion Sprinter (dejectedly)-Mercy on I xinger, co-partners as Bernheim, hex the company will be naged shall be three

mel Pmlost* I can't win in a race with a man inger&Co., of Cincinnati, Ohio,were plain- directors, who for that shall be NOTICE. :

who has been catching trains for twenty tiiis; and Joshua F. Lewis was defendant, I incorporators below'ed.year The directors the LAND OFFICE, GAINESVILLE, a

years.-Philadelphia Record. have levied upon and will sell at public shall be elected each March 30th, 1889. / '

outcry, in front of the Court House door at the first Tuesday in sequent year, on Notice is
1l., The directors hereby given that the follow
The Coal Man' Lay. Titusville at 12 m., on the first Monday in shall elect two of
Absolutely Pure. thelrptber to be president log named settler has riled notice ot hit
The coal man he whistled a melody gay May, A. D. 18 9, the following personalprpperty and secretary of t'umpany and the intention to make final proof in support I .

This powder oertr raries. marvel of purity.rtajrth As he fixed up the scales in a fanciful way; to-wit: The interest of the said latter shall also perform.duties,of of his claim, and that said proof will be
a and wboleomene More economical and smiled while he carolled ibis boat known as treas-
than And he nodded J. F. Lewis in the schooner urer. They may also et made before A. A. Stewart. Clerk Circuit
the such
ordinary kinds n4 cannot be sold in estimatedat oy agentsas '
Uj: said interest being
competition with the multitude of low tt short "As we journey through life let us live by then the Ruby Dye, are necessary to tran the business' of Court at Titusville. Fla., on Friday May t'
f weicht,slam or phosphate powders. Sold only Icans. weigh." 3200. the company. 24th, 1889 viz: James M. Webber of Canaveral '
Eoyal Baking Powder Co.. 10-; Wall Street. JAMES: E. BOWMAN, 1
Hew York. Merchant Traveler. 6. The highest amount indebtedness Fla.,. hd. No. 12833 for the southeast

Sheriff. or /liability to which the ,ration can at i of se{. 11, Township 22 south,

I. Firm Steps."Thumprattletybang" any time subject itself sha f\lt exceed one- I range 37 east. .;
M. SAWYER & SON, went the piano. MALABAR CIGAR FACTORY. half the face value of its ctjjEO. stock.WALTEIiJRAUAM. He names the following witnesses to ;

"What are trying to play, Janer prove his continuous residence upon,and

I Yacht Sail-makers called out her father you from the next room. II. C. stare, Proprietor. ( M. cultivation ot, said laud,'viz: .J. J
tBlNi: Henry Wilson Nathan N.
"It's aa exercise: from my new instruction Manufacturer of fine Havana and Domestic 504w. MINOR SOSE8 Penny. Orlando

book. First step in music,** she answered. Cigars. Trade supplied with fine Quartering and David L. Conrad,

34 & 85 South St., New York "Well I thought yon were: playing with hand made Hods. Orders promptly filled. \, 51 of Canaveral,S.Fla.C. TUCKER. :;
"don't step so Register.
he said grimly 28
your feet Factory at Malabar, Fla. NOTICE. .
AXD heavy on the keys, it disturbs my thought" ----- Notice to Creditors
Legate an*
FOOT OF 55TH ST. ATLANTICY' Muniey't Weekly.A Egret and Heron Plumes and Under and by virtue of an Jf' r issued Distributees. ...
,
Skins, by the Honorable Minor S. Conn- ,
a
OHT BASIN BROOKLYN. Great Inventor. Judge of Brevaril county.\' All persons havinp claims and demands
ty made
He's greater than prince, kings,kaizers or czars. GREEN SALTED ALLIGATOR HIDES, Etc 0.0 the 1st day of March 18897petition ion the against the estate of Robert Walker aa cred-

He has won for himself everlasting renown. 01 D. P. :Smith: as adltrator itors, legatees or distributees will take notice 1
For be has Invented a window for can BOUGHT AT HIGHEST MARKET PRICE. of Frank Smith. deceased 10! that their claims must be presented tome
order
Particular attention given to Pleasure That opens or eacuy moves up and down.Courier. Prompt Remittances.-Address to sell tne lands of the said Boston
debts and or the same will be barred, and indebted A
of his persons \
.
Boat & CO. the bayment .
Sails of all descriptions. 50 J. K. CILLEY .
; said will
; to estate make
A Historic Gem. No.76 Gold street, New York. tion I will. on Monday therd : payment tv t
*. HUTCHABD admire my 52 of April. A. I>. 1889, In frottf, me. E. GALE, i
,rresiaent Boastful Dude-I am glad you e
Court House door in said cou\\ Administrator of Robert Walker, late of I
It
was
The stone has a history. between -
W.-K. BBOWX.Cashier.MAS scarf intimately pin. associated with an ancient Hindoo GRAND VIEW HOTEL the usual hours of sale sel\u\ Dade county, deceased. *

i. lie auctijii. to the highest bidder.f ol, April 1, 1889. 51-Sw.

RIVER BANK. family. Friend examining the stone critically lowing described lauds, belongin 1 to '
(
f Cynical)-One of the windows of its palace I TITUSVILLE, FLA. estate of said Frank Smith, decet' ACBNT8 WAXTBD. (Only ,2..,., 1

Jewelers' Weekly. uated in said Hrevard county tC: t

;, Tit UK vi lie, Florida. suppose -o-- Lot 1 and N. R \ of N. W. $ slj- EARTHSEA5SKYorMAireU .

) 30. South Range 38 'ea ti .
( A About an Even Thin in Township of the Calvenera graph!. description of ,
l', iEEHT, BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED. Smith-Hello Jones! Back from Southern The most centrally located Hotel City. lot 4. sec. Township 29 South Kf the wonderfml things. la X&tor I thrilling Mvcatvt "'" r-i'a '
38 containing 150 acres; Lot 4, on Law sad 8e*-rcBowned UaooverlM of treat u. I t
east \ ..
I California What luck in the gold region *>l rera. Pnbtlh la tuftteh u4 Ocrtua. SCI Pft*. .
40
1 Township : 5. South Range e SteilJiutratioju.. A OBBA'l'It'rO azLL: lUu-
Jones-Rather discouraging. picked up Terms cash I traced efraUan and extra terra to agents_X2UEX. J
r prom bange bougbt and sold. Special and about $1,ppp worth of solid boodle a day, and NEW HOUSE. FIRST-CLASS IN containing nay 64.50 for acres.title FOBBHKB MrHAKIiT! .t; -'.- ..
tiers .
"i given to coll ectlon 8. Loans Free fthaser to
nt Burlington
; hank On Ant mortgage for Savings paid out IW9 for EVERY RESPECT. This March Ut. 1589.L PERFECTCOFFEE

;' eat tllow yona and Individuals. Inter. Press. \P. S3I TU. \,
on tune deposits.n Table unsurpassed. '
Advances Two Way Open.all the year round. Administrator of the estate of bran MAKER..

J:, .Ap &dbe upon Callable collateral. The barber shaves his patron's chin.And Bath Rooms Free. Smith. 1 Coffee A MW sad faiT'Tao atioo.Utter for ttt.a making say. "

r5 E t, Drafts on all ps discounted. makes him feel in clover; i The above Sale !I' postponed nntij thlag sow to...| sarMKof th.

n ', done Part at of Jacksonville Europe. rates. The broker beats the barber time Rates, $2.5O & $3.0O per Day. Monday, May.6th. the 'same. being. th< Coffee Coffee or and Tea can Pot.bo Mod Samal with will any bo

Every favor,consistent with sound And shaves his man all over. first Jlonday in the month.WAI.TEit<<: eat by toad for twenty eeaM la
banking, cheerfully extended. -WaKhington Critic: SPECIAL BATES I PER WEEK. Umpa. AKcnta Wanted to ;-
(
.: S. ORA A) end for full partieoUn of till
+;. COBBggPO;'D ENT8:Bonk of Jacksonville a annum in Commissioner. and other fast sel fag article
is
J&ct ,,,., The STAB $1 59 per Pro prietor.
r r .Bauk?New York1: Th, Seaboard< National 23 adyance. J. A. MILLER, Fcrshee&. McMaklnCiacI.u atI Q. -


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LOCAL, 'LACONICS. -Dr. M.: Souvielle, of Jacksonville, tHe .contractor 25,000 feet of Georgia

.', ':, .--Mr.>Oscar;Hall,.of Jacksonville! ,was in interests, town to-day'looking the ;river. after his landj! I pine' "l lumber this, week. for )Ir. Geo.B. AnnouncementExtraordinary!1To
on
'. afternoon. v residence, and filledthe,
,' .in town Monday Rumph's new
-rrs. Simonson returned; the end'of -There is',no other firm selling Geor- order complete same day given. They the Citizens Titusville '.,
of aia Indian
the river except our- Peopl e of Elver
lumber :
last week, from'ber trip down the ''Banana gia pine on* also furnish the sashes, doors, etc. .

river. selveS-Oliver & Budge. -Ho I for the Bazaar I 11 I Grand rush, We Wish to Inform You that We Have
:
r j. .,'"'. -The peak of the.flagstaff on the new -River. Fronts for sale on easy terms the bottom out, new goods, lower prices,
:
;'''. .> hotel reaches a height of ninety-nine feet for cash. See A.. business.Oyster V. Hiscock. Georgiana.' -i business booming, high prices paralyzed, Just Received a Large Consignment of Goods '

.' from the ground., Fla. He means isI I everybody come to witness the success of
shell lime of A 1 quality the Bazaar. We will astonish you with
-Money Money 11 Money III to Dl.rec1; from: New York
El
to Robbins offered for sale by J. S. Watson of our prices and the superiority of our ,
.real estate. Apply
loan .on .Titusville. Dora. Price furnished on application.Rev. goods. Call and examine our stock. See Which we shall sell at Lowest Prices. Call and examine our goods a few of which we

& Graham, W. N. Chaudoin will preachat advt. for. list of goods at the Bazaar. mention and you will be convinced that it pays to trade at

... -Capt. J. Q. Stewart'arrived in town LaGrange next Sunday and administer Manatee ty be
-The schooner can
last Friday,
with the' sharpie Suwannee
the Lord's supper. chartered for carrying freight, or for "THE BAZAAR"Ladies
and staid.here for a few days. will conduct
Archdeacon Carpenter
,_ trips anywhere on the coast. Freight
?+ -Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Welch; of Canaveral Easter services at St. Gabriel's, Sunday. rates always reasonable. Her captain '

started for Boston, Mass:, to spend. The choral morning service will be quite of capturing the mana- parasols) sun umbrellas, muslin underwear, cotton and silk teas, !-??. 1
l months Monday. makes a specialty handkerchiefs, rnchings. collars, cuB, mitts, bustles, corsets, shots, jersey -
the summer complete. tee, or sea-cow, native only to the watersof ,
-Capt. Cassidey is improving the appearance -Mr. John H. Mellor and wife, of South Florida.. Further particulars Men and boy's clothing, hats, dress and flannel shirts, cotton and Li!'le umfer- '

S -: of his'place by erecting a yery Eau Gallie, started for Chicago Tuesday, furnished by" J. W. Zeltors, Titusville, wear waists., hose, suspenders, handkerchiefs, collars, cut buttons, hoe, slippery, LOT* hirt J

neat fence in front of his residence.Mr. to spend the summer months. They expect Fla. House Furnishing-Table linen, doylies, oil cloths, glassware, oil stove, tinware t.'. 1.

and Mrs. M. E. Gruber spent a to return about the end of September. -A notice in another. column will be knives, forks, paint and white wash brushes, Etc. ft',

few days at Jupiter and Lake Worth the found of the Teachers' Institute, to beheld Notions, combs, brushes, mirrors, stationery, pens, cologne, ball: barBK'i t

past week., returning home, yesterday.If -l\Ir. and Mrs. James Pritchard returned at this place next Wednesday and ribbons, elastic, playing cards, Etc., Etc. F'SPECIAL

wet weathers prevails on Easter on Sunday morning, from their Thursday. We should be pleased to see .

IIonday.night, the ball and musical en- trip to Lake Worth and other points every teacher: on the river present. No-' oFFEEL s

tertainment will be postponed until the down the river, laden with the "spoils of thing approaches nearer to actual expe- New Varieties Peaches and Plums, $1O.OO per 100. foJ

next night. the chase.! rience than comparative experience of I All orders before June win be booked for fall delivery at above price for any of the

Magruder returned from his Oliver & Budge sold the Melbourne others and in such gatherings) as these following varieties : IHdwell's Early and Late, Arlington, JHdwcll's Improved 'l.t't.ft.
Major & Atlantic Railway Co., at East Melbourne Honey and 1)ento Peaches; Kelsey, Stitsuma, Ogan and other Japan ,a Pluml', bus lcl i:
Monday afternoon, the art i>f teaching can be beneficially*
trip to Jacksonville on Peach or Plum stock as preferred; trees three to four feet high. Term!, 10 percent
there was summer weather, asvowing two carloads of Georgia pine mingleij in with a pleasant gathering of with order, balance before shipment. Best bright Cotton Seed Meal,$2.'i.OO per ton.

well, north of us., lumber this week for bath-house, etc., our instructors of the-young people.: JOHN B. BEACH, Indian River Nurseries, Melbourne, } Ia. '

The coots and ducks which were so for the new hotel. in -The auction sale of horses,. last :Fri-
-l\Ir. Trevor Spencer, engineer
plentiful here about= week or two ago charge of the East Coast Canal Company's day, was rather a dull affair. Only a few, Traveling North or South take the ,

!have about all gone to their summer bidders were present, and the prices were
quarters' in more northern latitudes. affairs, will, as soon as he possiblycan not lively. "Shorty"Palker (colored) : : S.6. Line
the Mallory
piles
..' put luminous paint on t
reduceath dollars
at fifty
4 =Oliver & Budge have just recently driven by the above companyon purchased a dapple ; ,
'rice of Georgia pine lumber, and Sleriff Bowman ,bought oiie for thirty ""Via Fern.an.c1.ina.: bet weon
PProPoae Indian river. I r
to sell lower than the lowest. -Captain J no.* Simonson expects to ddlars that gave him the hardest day'sI New York and Florida Boston Philadelphia and tbe East -
estimates before you ,vark.he has done in sixteen years to ride ,
Send; them your start north in a week or so to assemble '
him/ from the Court<; House down to Sailing l
buy. material for new schooner yacht I
been a Brady's:: store. There were also a few other FROM NEW YORK CITY ROM FERNANDINA.
iJ
number of people have summer, of abo ,
Quite a will build, the coming sales, the particulars of which we did not PIER 21, E. R VERY FRIDAY. CENTRE STREET WIIAHF. EVERY THURSDAY.Ihe (
paying :a visit 'io Mrs. M. E. Titus'"Veiled 60 feet length and 16 feet beam. \ Iron Steamships STATE OF TEXAS, CITY OF SAX ANTONIO and ,

II, Nun,"'which is really worth see- new boat will be used only as a pair. glea.' > RIO GRANDE '

ing. Her flower garden is a credit toher. boat for next winter. -The t dredge, Chesler. arrived 7 here Are large, elegant, deep-draft and comfortable, sailing alternately. Table, I

-Mr. Hutchinson's new hotel wilPeopened )last'Thursday: afternoon under foresail the; best on the Coast. '

for the tfa- and .mainsail set, consisting of some SCHEDULE.
Jacksonvilleand weeks
-Mr., S. F. Gray visited in about two
:
'the Sub-Tropical last week, while. mer months. Captain H. Q. Ha/ey/ old 1 square. ,patches of Canvas' hoisted, 'NOnTJI-BoUND, from Fernandina connecting with. 5:40 p. in. train from JactwrT '

is attending will have c/rge/ and'' aided by the tqw-bpat, Katie and ville. .
r ibisweek: ;his partner, Mr. Dixon, and Mrs. L. H. Decker
'S- Medical Association meetingat of the sam Mrs. Decker sets' ble Sadift.i She 'anchored'off' ,,the railway CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder..Thursda}.. Aril Igth.
the
enviable .and wharf iintjl l :30 on iatufday morning, STATE OF TEXAS, Captain Williams...................... *' 25Uu
6calaVe:' ( which has an reputatioj: the at which time she proceeded to the Haul CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder.. ". May 2nd.
:\ 'learn that Mrs. Singleton expects certainly understands catering STATE OF TEXAS, Captain 9la.
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rent the Lund House as soon as wishes of guests. We hope tt'new over where. ?the bars which have filledin CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder.............. 16ib.pyOrder .
to suc- at different. laces, by winds and currentb .
.t"
with
gilt "*
.. will meet
5 Mr. Hutchinson commencesto tearaway management f : all Freight via M-illory Steamship Line from Pier No.:21 E R-. sew, York. *
*'ill1bacut out. The Canal Com A98pecial Agents arc located at all principal point through Florida, where tickets ran tie 1H1U4..1
Titus
J"t main building :'of the old cess. information obtained.
to wait and if the
see
; -Mr. and Mrs. Birnbaum a* family pany proposes 7tate-rooms and bertha secured in advance from Jacksonville and Fernaudina oflcr.JdrTrains .
House.. for Legislature takes any definite action in from F, R. k,N. R'y.' run directly to hipM side at Feruandiua.er .
left here on Monday morning'srain t furtbpr information can.be 01 lined from _
died
: =::One' of T. W. Smith's horses a visit to friends. &*. Birn- regard to their land grants before expending J. M. CUTLER Passenger Agent, -rner Car and Ilocan street*. JackkCntfUe,Fla.:
.f" and the owner, though well Apopka, on a G. R. HUBBY, Agent, Yt>flllWdiua. Fla. ; 3 '. v 1. .
';:fJ-: few days ago, I baum returned to town verday to any large sums of money. H. H. RAYMOND, General Traveling Aiet. 'Mi' *:ff
'
; of stock could not ac- DIXON& GRAY, a 1
in the Agente Titiuville.Fla.
versed care
be In time for tlieEasterodabut y ball, Married, Friday, April 12, at the residence \ ;

... count for the disease which seized the Mix Birnbaum will, ,bably, be of Miss i Fanny 'Villiarm, Jack- C H. MALLORY & CO.. General Agents, PJ,1R: IEJ'J.,

,\ animal. absent for two or three w ks: and will sonville, Mr. Charley H...,Watson to Miss :;
There 'wil be'a meeting of the stockholders visit Savannah before refniDKMr.. Josie Hooper,'of Mayport. Mr. and Mrs- I ; Co.New

t ,*i > of the Titusville. School Building Chas. Howard was in char of Mr- Birn- Watson arrived here last Saturday and C1ydC9 S-teB./J-rt sh3.p .

I r.: Association at the school-house on the baum's store during his gence.We were the guests of Mr. Miller, at the York Charleston & Florida Lines.The ;
.
r. ; I 24tn infet. See official notice published' learn that the s/mer/ Iroquois, Grand View. Monday morning they left ,
this week. 4th instant, for Mr. Magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed sail AS follows :
that left Jacksonville o e Jupiter, returning yesterday. (Standard Time.) ,r *
Captain H. Q. Hawley has 'sold his met with some very' ,gh weather off Watson a son of Capt. W. B. Watson, -- '

warehouse, at the end. of the new city Cape Hattaras, which' is stated, car- Superintendent of the Indian River

f wharfto Mr. S. H. Ray, who will use it Tied away a mast, shed in, the bulwarks Steamboat Company, and has-a host of From Jacksonville to New York. For,:Jacksonville.

store-house for freight,bound down and did other'mageThe pas- friends up and down Indian River, who IROQUOIS: Thursday, April 4, at' 7 a, m (Direct*.or calling at CharkttonjSEMINOLE. 'tMLOLK
a
as SE Thursday, April II, at noon lridar April 4 at 2 m
the river. were very /oly shaken- and- wish him much joy and happiness. He CHEROKEE Sunday April 14. at C p. m CHEBOEKE, "TUnda; AfrtIS t,. a' ''' .- .
sengers IRO Q UOIr. Thursday, April 18,' at 5:30 a. m. IRIFrida, .,Apqh.1at il. t to
.._'': :. -Quite an acquisition to. the Grand some friends of Scrimgeour-Mr.. has secured the Mackenzie cottage on SEMINOLE Sunday, April 21. at 8 am.. SEMUiOL'f..Tuuda 7, Aril t a a
tilsoli of Ansonia Mrs CHEROKEE, Thursday, April .5. at. noon CHEJf IHEi,1'rldtly.' Ap1'il )it. [i! .
rented ,
; street
erected Palm by .
bath Louse Whitlock and Mr recently
III
\,iew is the temporary IROQUOIS, Sunday, April 28, at 2:30 p. m SE\IISOlt.- ,,, Aprfl
by'Mr. Miller the water of,whi h.is supplied I Ct.,-had' a narro cape from serious Campbell, and will make Titusville his SEMINOLE, Thursday, l\Iayo'2: at 5CO a. m 1. April 2S.; .. m
.
from Messrs.' Wiley & Oliver's injury. permanent residence. We are informed From,Fernandina to N.ew York. The tteamen* ijj PU i i Tftfctand' / TE3IASS2JC* wkich

to artesian well. Married, at; parlors of the Tre- that Mr. and Mrs. Watson are the recipients DELAWARE, Tuesday April 18, at 6 .a.. m have.beea1JCbe4uJt.d"' pnwt CAarlaaioawdif .au.
it. YKMASSEE, Tuesday, April 23, at 1 a. m conttena 1 'CaarlestonaeialtmtctJst JnJm-
I -A special .meeting:; of the Town mont, Jacksonv last Wednesday, the of many beautiful wedding presents DELAWARE; Tuesday, April 30, at .Q a..JU ingtz: d, both no tt't fcb
:':." Council was held Monday: evening at 10th inst., by f ***. A. N. Sproull),, one being a very useful and orna ; ... -' \ .
Marshal Rev.. John, Foof this place, to Miss mental gift from Messrs. Oliver & Budge M.r Mh M I
the and : were
which'time Mayor For Information
!Regarding Freight P.t+ a PrJ1
-Friendship, N. Y. This .. .. }
I /' i instructed, to vigorously'enforce the sanitary Caroline King -Sheriff Bowman actually disposedof J. A. LESLIE AK nt, JaeKaontille; T. G. G>.R. Trame.>JMniger; 3::,. rhJway- ,,J e
event was qtfa surprise to Mr. Foy'smany at auction, Monday, some brandy, J. A 8TEAI Agent Fernandina.
; .ordinances. for JOHN L.HOWARD ..T..F..iJacho vlUe., F. M. IRONMONGER. T P.A..acboDrint.
friendTitusville, we verily whiskey, porter, beer, etc., as well as ,, a
-41r. Chas. Davies, traveling'auditor -n.l- CLYDE & CO.;-General Agents, 35 Broadway.tr York.
:
.
the matter a perfect se .
arrived hereon believe he If many other articles mentioned in the "
fi ofPrrT..K: 'V. Railway
; his
..,'' Sunday with, cret; howe'. friends will highly notice of Sheriffs sale, in front of the S '
He
: Saturday. spent
.'.. .friends; in Cocoa, nnd returned home on I congratula. *m and home.welcome himself. Exchange. As our sheriff has thus publicly ROBBINS: & GRAHAM, K.-
Ser
: new
>> and bride violated the of Article -i jru i
t.,.. Tuesday morning's train, J. provisions ..
1 -Mr. (r' Magruder, of Oak Hill, XIX., we think It :should not be kept ,. f,,
,. F. Miles of 'St. Augustine, 6
'--Mr. Geo. ; i is
Monday'and interesting
.ir was in t r'' wile.is(_connected with. the ,East CoastCanl himself f16 completion of the public vey the information to the Democratic REAL ESTATE BRIERS LDINA'GHNTS.

; Companygave! .a. pleasant, call road lea;* from Oak Hill to Aurantia. Prohibition committee at Rockledge. .

last Thursday afternoon.. He 'returned financial ., . .
-
i pe peculiar status in 4t '- "
r' Owing Last fall the committee stated ,,_
\. they ".f : -
to Si! Augustine on Saturday morning'strainf1 Volusi/51111/ .l\Ir. 'Magruder says it is were organized for future work, but since ) -S J'qLA.NDSv'BOUGH'r
.\,,***. t- .*"tt\l.+o i i > / \ to :
possible secure aid to ; AND SOLD.
.. a1mos* ; any election time nothing has been heard of
; -Rev. James Bb ItozS *will preach at the road and build the bridge them. If sliontd
CiVy'Point Raster Sunday at'elevena.jin.v com /mce'creek, but he has hit they get after the Loans, ,Negotiated ; ort. First Class Security at from 12 to 24 per cent
: ., on .. acro upon Sheriff wel tiardly know what he woulddo r. -

., ...' and at Cocoa(Hill's Hall) at seven a pjlhich will, probably aid the work but anyhow we promised we would Choice< lots in ra.p.idlgrowng Towns, will net investors 100 percent

:t. ;::. !-. p.t m. 'Subject: Easter Day; why it 'so j l be r completed. ere long.. not tell 'something" about his trip to in welve.mph.ths, ,

J "f- 'sh'buld'be remembered v. -, in ,the"Christian Je opera, "Doctor of Alcantara Jupiter in the Ruby Dye. Residence lots in Titusville from $20 up to $1000.

F iy[.arch-n ;." r w/e given at AVager's Hall next .. t Business lots from $250 to $'1000.

tt. -1Ir: R. B. Burchfiel, of Georgiana, rppay evening, the 25th inst. Thepfeds -The unfortunate young lady mentioned '

.,: :. gave usa' pleasant call,Tuesday morning. popal will church go toward, and completing it i is hoped the a frpm. --j the last;:operation week! "* ,.as.of.havingamputatjon. progressing? r nicely) Agents:. for. ,Florida Southern Railway Lands.More F

Mr.B.,-as County Surveyor",sayshe\ hast led house will greet ,the company : .' '
t line that he performed; 'died last Thursday evening than 3,000,000Acres> ; of ChdBaids'Jatd}n p earl lrtrr
about all the work in that 11, is a very pleasing,comic opera, with
.r can attend to:";AW all,hfsworkligives jity of captivating airs, duets etc.., at 8 o'clock! at Mrs.,J.;,E.,: laire's residence :county In the ,ta.. ParmingTOrazib Frultand'\ (dUte
r. !& make it attractive, to all, while several near Sunbeam. Miss Florence A. Growing-Pine, Cypress and Cedar Timber, price $. 1 per Acre and
I: :- : : l'nU2Mtr8ftt... UngAiiHr fos.' which is,"A h Woe.is > i
,. ,r. ?*> ai&Qali among me |I" Brown was a step-daughter of Mr. O. F. upwards.
i. y. ... ace"'of \ I 11,be highly appre ''b'lovers' of Davis, born in Wisconsin, and nearly ''' t .., .. "' '
'.' ..e: dla usifc role of P. 0, Box. 250 itusvilicFlorida.:: : i i :
z lniver. % } and'song.Th characters 16 years'of age. Eight months ago she : .
V' v-rJ&veraT >ieceabf'liglitwobcl' eau,!*as follows:, Doctor;Paracelsus, R. Rahn contracted blood poisoning, while in Ala '
.:" : -fire oha' .flat car] as theeve-nin'! train '%!! ; Senor Balthazar, S. Happersett f bama, from some poisonous vine. At A,A. STEWART GEO. M, .rnOB..B.IWALT. R s. GRAHAM.
.l, I. ; v f lyii1 ty.I" v :'OISr.St ,iCaflos, his son, W. S. Graham ; Don this 'time' she was'away'fromhom'\ e and Clerk Circuit, Court., tty.at:/ Law 3L Jfc:
min gutn Saturday last, out as the Pomposo al ) H." F. Atkinson : )
,-. c*f .isi t3short t1'tay.ro ofto, \- DonnatLuc! ezla,'wife of Dr. Paracelsus, i] about two months ago, since which BREVARD ,ABSTRACT''O.F COMPARY.Complete (

:t :fICN1Jfp"la ta>l1qon,n cliing thetank .MiasRyals; Isabella, her daughter,Mrs.. 'timeit'rapidly grew'worse until amputation -!. TITLE .
:'1Tad Uie,'6rQ.startedjfartbe !'lTap pe..sett; Inez:, her maid, Mrs .'tfru- was .necessary.; pr. 'ViIS : /o ber:,; Servants, Porters: ,'etc, ,Further par- urgent'request, toot charge of the case Abstracta l or'T Hle ,furnlslicd to all land -
? 'ont' .the road;- 'where- water ashandyIit ticulars and admission .rat will be after Florida. ..
s an* amputation,but medical skill doillcl: \ :, ", ::f"v: rd t'CODDty,
would'probably. have:!be 'i flounced'on-Fo stern. Reserved:seats_ ,will prove of no avail,. 'The.buriattookpIace, | : ": Perfected. .
Titles and.
sass"Y' to turn' .loose the lfghtW( d, be"oflfered,next Tuesday at, Mrl?,J.Birn- at LaGrange Cemetery lasi Friday.after-j. ,; '. .': t. ''' Examined ', ,
ba'um'. noon.,'I eY.Xk(J. Temple' oflci tibg. i Sox 2 g ;' i usville, Fla. .


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