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 Material Information
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 25, 1889
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
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System ID: UF00075901:00148
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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VOL. X.'. .... # TITUSVILLE, FLA., THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 1889. NO. 1. .


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eling are the two ruling --passions of the
CURRENT SUPERSTITIONS.The Naturally.
WOMAN'S WEAR.
STRAY: BJTS. Princess Maria Theresa of Bavaria. She is Clerk-I understand
doctor that two dentists -
paris funeral procession must dot cross a unmarried and In her many journeyings Is In your neighborhood have arranged a .
A million pound bank note is kept at the Plain crape Is used In for ball dresses.: river. attended by a maid and a chamberlain. She match in their art

Bank of England.Up White is pretty for house dresses all the Tb always 'takes her pets with her, and the Doctor Yes, 1 have heard
last name a dying person calls Is the so.
chamberlain has to look after them. His
to the present date the hunt for the year round. next to followA Clerk What do you think the result win
place is sinecure for she has fourteen animals -
no
,
imysterious murderer Taseott has cost the Large brimmed hats are features of spring bet <%
dish cloth door
knob Is
hung on a a signof of one sort and another including -
.Snell estate $39,000.: millinery. several Doctor-A draw.-Portland Advertiser.
death in a family. dogs, two magpies an enormous rat anda

An w Philadelphia idea Is alphabeticalice Frogged jackets for spring wear are ex- The corpse must not pass twice over any diminutive bear.STATISTICS' i it

cream served In small differently colored tremely English.The part of the same road. I cataing DU Rent.

blocks,on each of, which is stamped one of Landlord ito tenant)-! shall raise your
cotillon is only just becoming fashion- To dance on the ground Indicates disasteror ABOUT THE SEXES.
rent tho 1st of
the letters from A to Z. on May, Mr. Brown.
able in English society. death within a year. Mr. B.1 wish
would. It Is
'It has been found to turn the In almost state few than you pretty
necessary I In London tan color and green are the favorite Whoever works on a sick person's dress he every a more* boys I hard work for me to raise it myself.- """ "
city hall at Walla Walla, W. T., into a temporary I girls are born. .
I colors for spring dresses. or she will die within a year 4t .
home for immigrants, the rush into in Massachusetts there were In 1SSO 437 I
the territory Is so great.A The PrinCA:Sl s1ofWales) blue Is a new shade Whoever counts the carriages at a passing I more boys than girls under 1 year of age. I
> I that will be much' this funeral will die within the year.
worn springInfants' I THE LATEST IN JEWELS.
gang of 'Torkmen who were digging a : After a woman reaches the age of 86, her I ... --\ .
If hoe be carried
a through a house some
Bower in SavSi .nan' Ga., unearthed a skeleton dresses are often made of white chances of a long life are better than a man'sof
one will die before the year is out. I Spray brooches' of oxidized silver becoming
silk are -
on one of v.lose.logs was an iron shackle washing trimmed with fine torchon lace. the came age.

with part of a i' sty chain attached.Dr. Sixty-five inch Chantilly lace, in empire It thirteen sit at table, the one who rises In Idaho there are twice as many males as popular! ?

Tanner, tit t faster, maintains that the design, will be much used for summer dresses. first wijf not live through the year. females but the male infants are only a little I Snaker1.jtl alternate- coils of gold a&4

To break a looking glass is a sign of death in excess of the females.In silver are aIC"@t' .
of and its
frequently
growing use o'/Ium compounds The fashion of carrying a walking stick is '
produce syncope nowadays, which very extensively adopted by ladies in Lon- in the family before the year closes. only six of the forty-nine states and territories -I ,Toilet. ,reqtasjsjes ;are being made with horn

.leads to interment before actual. death. If three persons look at the same time intoa are more girls born, and in these of plenty bandies ? .
.' don.Dudes mirror one will die within the year. states they are very slightly in excess-from
It has just been discovered that out of 25-, have their monograms embroideredon eleven to eighty These pxceptions are Arizona I I Ladic&gmd( rings with three large stonesare

000 native Kanakas in the island of Noumea, their braces. Crewel worked ones are the The person on whom the eyes of a dying Delaware, Florida Louisiana, Montana : In great demand. .
last rest will be the first to die. I r
4,000 are afflicted with leprosy of the worst person
most chic.
and North Carolina. !I Threat turquoises within circles of diamonds
sort. Efforts to stop the scourge ore under The clock should be stopped at the time of *
way. Directoire mantles and capes will be worn death, as its running will bring ill luck. I make a beautiful ring. *?
with the spring dresses designated by the CURIOUS THINGS OF LIFE.A Three singly pearl studs are now fashion-
Capt. Ingalls, of the Pacific coast steamer same name.A If one dies, and no rigor mortis ensues, it able for evening dress. .- rAn

Corona, recently married a couple The indicates a speedy second death in the family.It '
piping of a color else New York advertises his businessby
contrasting or a grocer oxidized,jdlver'J belt buckle wreath -
genial skipper wound up the ceremony by Is unlucky in a funeral for those presentto t
piping of gilt braid will edge the new spring stenciling his name and address In red ink shaped b much
shouting, "Let aft. and make all fast .
go cloth jackets.The i repass the house where death has occurred. on every egg he sells.
tin
for'd. If hearse is A lace edged napkin wrought silver
drawn white horses
a two
fashion of carrying a muff dates 800 : by A curiously twisted root of an oak: tree ex-
makes bonbon .
Australia has made railroad death in the will withina a new tray.
just to a projected neighborhood occur .
years back. Courtiers wore them In the hibited at Punta Gorda, Fla., b said to show
a grant of 16,000,000 acres, or 20,000 time of George L month. all the letters of the alphabet in its convolutions A silver soap box with marine scenes In.
Acres a mile. The grant to the Pacific rail- If repousse work Is a novelty.A .
rain falls
made .
on a new grave there
The watch bracelet
roads in this country amounted to about 6,400 worn by many fashion-
Acres a mile.Scotland able young ladies may be useful; it is any- will be another death In the family within Mrs. Anthony of Portland, Ore., dreamed conspicuous ornament for the hair b a

thing but ornamentalThe the year. that there was a burglar fa the house She diamond toad with emerald eyes.

has a gold-fever, the discovery of Is the At a funeral entering a church before the awoke later on and found that her dream was An intricate frosted wire hairpin with
bit of in of duck Cleopatra name of a new para- i
the'gkaard
A gold a recently death to of the
mourners means some enter-
fulfilled.A three gold Is the latest.A .
killed on a farm fa Forfarshire having been soL There is nothing about it that suggests ing party prongs among

followed by the finding of gold bearing Egypt except the name. sea gull mistook the shining bald head of richly painted porcelain lamp supportedby

quartz in the same neighborhood. Large fans not of great expense aroused by If the grave Is left open over Sunday Alfred Hollister, at Sea Bright, N. J., for a three silver cupids b a new attraction.A .
another death will occur before the Sunday
stone the other and mussel
day dropped a on
Druid Hill park in Baltimore, seems to be young ladies. Smaller ones of greater value fallowing. it his satin silver engraved 5 o'clock tea kettle

the Mecca for suicides. Professor Devon, are carried by older ladies. If rain falls Into cutting scalp severely.The with lamp is destined to.become popular.
an open grave another '
who killed himself there the other day, Is the Sun umbrellas have short eight inch hand- burial in the same cemetery will occur within sale of eyestones Is brisker In March An o.ttractivciqueen chain has a ball of

twenty-second person who has killed himself les tipped with gold or silver, and are covered three days. than in any other month. The "stones" are gold studded with diamonds for a pendant.
there since the park was opened to the public. with black taffeta silk. the mouthpiece of a certain species of shell
To keep the corpse in tho house over Sun which Is gathered In great quantities on the An engraved silver shaving pot,gold lined

A savant of Hamburg has discovered that Marie Antoinette fichus made of white or day will bring death in the family before the Venezuela coast. with brush to match Is a handsome present.A .

the "Imitation of Christ" was written in colored linen trimmed with lace are much year is out.
At Statesboro, La., a negro cut down a comet of diamonds In the hollow of a
its author Thomas Those worn with directoire costumes.
verse by a Kempis.
If anyone comes to a funeral after the large pine tree a few days ago, and it fell crescent of similar stones Is a unique brooch.Small .
who have mode the prose version one of their A necklace of beads is worn with full dressor procession starts another death will occur in across a small stump, and split exactly . ..
feathers diamonds
in at the ,
joined
state- half evening dress, and it may consist of the same house. through the center for 25 feet 6 inches and
I stems with a band of tiny garnets are seen as
pearls or something not so simple. it is unlUCKY to pass through a funeral, 3-160r an inch and making 23 rails to the I ladies' pins.

Some of the "cures" at a European resort Lac&has for the present been dismissed into either between the carriages or the files of cut. I
Plain band bracelets with
gold overlap-
Are mineral water cure, grape cure whey mourners on foot. I
the background, and ribbons have assumed At Dublin, Ga., a nanny goat lost her two ping ends are mounted with pearls diamonds
cure, cold water cure massage?cure, pine sway for evening toilet decorations. In Switzerland,'if a grave is left open over kids, and as her owner had two hound pup- and sapphires.
needle baths Russian Roman Irish mud
Sunday it is said that within four weeks she decided
to them.
one pies
,
French women never wear their street costumes adopt Everyday
steam and electric baths. All ills are met by Silver mounted Easter eggs of decorated
"cures." .. in the house. That is the reason they of the village will die. the goat goes to the front gate and bleats porcelain make serviceable sugar salt and

always have the appearance of being well To put on the bonnet or hat of one in and when the pups hear her they go out and pepper shaken
The American Society of Naturalists Is energetic the feed
dressed. mourning is the sign that you will wear one get
in its efforts to increase the study of Three enameled leaves each circled with
before the b
natural history in schools. It will be repre Light blue and pale pink are fashionable year out. A Cleveland lady recently recovered a pair diamonds, clustered about a ruby, make an

tented in the various educational associations colors for young ladies' evening dresses; elderly When a woman who has been sewing puts of diamond earrings, worth $1,000, which bad exquisite hairpin. -'
her thimble on the table as she sits.down to Deen missing several months. A laborer
ladies Nile dark
tea
are wearing ,
In tho country, and will make every effort to : green A diamond studded ri oOn, twisted In the
eat it is that she will be found the in and not think- .
jewels
green and delicate mauve. a sign left a widow a gutter, "
push the matter.. form of a heart with a large turquob in the
if she marries. ing them of much value gave them to his
Fashion in beds Is the four Horsewomen who hunt wear a bit of color center mates: a handsome brooch.A
returning to children to play with.
fa their somber riding habits. It Is In the If, during sickness, a pair of shears be
poster with a rich canopy pnd, as a modern beveled hand mirror, with oxidized silver -
shape of a pink-which color translated from dropped in such a manner that the point A Chicago man has invented a spring gong,
innovation, a shelf between the upper posts back, on which flowers and figures stand
sticks into the floor it indicates the death of to be attached to umbrella
an or cane, so arranged
_for bottles, glasses, etc. In the simple daysof hunting parlance means red-vest. the sick person.A i that if any unauthorized person picksup out in rel.f. LH hi decidedly good taste.

our grandparents the eye opener was kept i Directoire parasols have long handles like Engraved of several colors
gold in
4. common saying In England is "Happy Is I the article so guarded the bell rings witha : sprays ,
under the pillow In a green bottle. walking sticks. These handles are put together or
which nestle three diamonds form
whir two a
a the corpse the rain falls on." This belief that Is certain to attract the attention -
= The Texas umbrella tree Is becoming a favorite with a screw joint so that they may exists also in the United States. Thus it is of every one within a block. brooch which. has recently made its appear
be taken apart to carry In a trunk. .. .
for ance.
shade and ornamental In
purposes said that if rain falls the time
at of the funeral There is a man living at Petoskey, Mich.,
California. It is a large and beautiful tree, The furious demand in London for lizard it is a sign that the dead has gone to who served during the war for the Union A chased gold bar, bearing a email hand ".

resembling an umbrella In the spread of its skin purses bags and watch bracelets has exhausted heaven. under peculiar circumstances. His best painted plaque framed In glass and circled

foliage which is so dense that it affords perfect the supply from Java. Now they friend had enlisted but as his wife was very with small diamonds makes a magnificent

protection from either rain or sun are imported from South America.A DAUGHTERS OF EVE. sick brooch.A .
the Petoskey man took his place in the

An English writer says the beaver is suchan new feature in summer wraps is the ranks, served faithfully under the name of pin, made necessary by the large scarfs

intelligent creature that if a steel trap Connemara cloak, made of plaited Spanishor There are 63,000 women in America interested his afflicted friend and was honorably discharged now being worn, is topped with a heavy dullor

is left visible in one of hb runs he will Chantilly lace, over a lining of bright In the'cultivation of fruit. polished gold knot holding a diamond fa

deliberately spring it with a stick; but if it colored silk. The most elegant ones will The Marchione of Dufferin and Ava is a A lady living In Tocoa, Ga., claims to have :Its center.

is so artfully covered with snow or leaves have yokes of jet. vice president of the London School of.Medicine I, discovered a sure cure for hydrophobia. It One of the latest novelties b a sectional

. that he steps on it unwarily, he will twist The coachman's cape, with new modifications for Women. has been tried in several instances and always diver champagne bottle which, on beingiaken S

!round and round till the limb Is severed. will grace the shoulders of young girls The Crown Princessof Sweden hasreceivedthe cures. It Is a tea made from a well known apart, serves as a cigar holder, match

Two postal cards sent from a German town the coming season. Broadcloth in cream title of "Daughter of the Regiment" from herb, which possesses: the remarkable powerof stand and ash tray. ,

to the German consulate at':Yokohama, one white is the material used. The edges are the regiment of the Guard of the king of entering the blood, permeating the entire A magnificent ornament for the table b aa

'I' by Canada and the other.'-fey Brindisi, and left unhemmed, and the largest cape only is Sweden. system and neutralizing the effects of the epergne of diver supported by three cupidsbearing

;,-.7j '%there remailed to the sender: each by the lined. The collar is made of velvet the same Female physicians are allowed to practice dreadful poison.A gold harps and surmounted by a realistic

\ '4 route opposite to that In which it had come, color as the lining. in Turkestan but there is so little demand New York pawnbroker ordered half a figure of Peace.-Jewelers' Weekly.

;)f have arrived in the German town again, for their services that they pay patients to dozen shirts. A week later a boy came into

t '.A.i having been around the globe In a little less employ them. his shop, laid down a box containing six new

t. ;<"'!,' than three months. SCIENTIFIC SQUIBS.A Mrs. Sheels, of Virginia, who has been a shirts on the counter and said he wanted f 18. SOBRIQUETS OF WOMEN.

: A girl at Saginaw, Mich. who consulted a notable figure In Washington since the in- The broker refused to advance more than $3,

b'I- fortune teller, was told by the latter to let workingman In Pittsburg has patenteda auguration, is a cousin of five presidents of and it required five minutes' effort to get it I Mary of Modena, queen of James J} of

her wear her $100 diamond ring for a few new* submarine ram that will pierce the the United States. through his head that they were his own England, bore the title of "Queen of Tean.I .*

days and she would charm it so that the girl side of the heaviest iron-lad. Mrs. M. Porter Is a little, businesslike woman shirts sent C. O. D. The title of "St. Filomena" was bestowed;

could find out all she wanted to. The girl Mineral paint of various hues has been discovered who is post trader at Fort Huachuca, in An English paper recently published the I upon Florence Nightingale by Longfellow. t
did so and tho fortune teller left and
town, Arizona. She has made it travels alone
on the borders of Bayou Chico, in pay,
then it was found that she bad carried awayA distances and following advertisement: "Notice.-To ladies Jenny Lind, the famous singer, bore the
is afraid of
Florida. it has the of great nothing.
appearance clay of Will
position: lady of good social
any
great many other things to "charm." appropriate name of "the Swedish Nightin
One Dr. Terc in England, Is advocatingthe : Senator Blackburn's two daughters are position receive another In her house for a gale."

In 18S3 811,410.barrels, containing 2,434,230, sting of bees as a remedy for rheumatism.: I central figures in many pleasant assemblagesat week during next May, and present her at '

,' bushels of apples,were imported intoEngland| He declares that be has treated with success the capital They are both tall, slender the last of the May drawing rooms Satis- Elizabeth, queen of Bohemia, and daughter

from the United States In addition to thou- lot: roses and has given in all 39,000 stings. and graceful, one a blonde and the other a factory terms to be arranged, and good references of James I of England was called the "Queea,

'. sands of tons brought from various parts of t brunette. given. Strict confidence will be ob- of Hearta"Joanna
\ A mineral that resembles coal been
the continent. England is payingout over has served. the beautiful +
The empress of Austria carries a traveling daughter of Edmund,
$40,000,000 yearly to ,foreign fruit growers, found It on a farm at Southwest Harbor, Me. basket fitted up so that she b able to make A lady of Coney Ga. had a i Earl of Kent, gained the sobriquet of "Fair
burns -
and more than $500,000,000 yearly for imported briskly till nearly half reduced, and queer experience Maid of Kent."
on the It has silver
food than half ofwhich when burning is as soft and ductile as putty. soup cars. sauce pans while all the family, except herself, I
products:, more When burned out the substance is black jet with gold handles, and the empress declares were absent at a dance. As she was sitting I E1izabeth-Barton:, a supposed seeress of the t
it Is claimed could be raised
i' home., easily at and as hard as flint. Rubbed with a woolen that she can make in it better broth than any in the room a spool of black silk thread fell : Sixteenth century, was known as the "Holy ,5

chef can concoct. to the floor and danced sometimes Maid of Kent."
cloth it will give a brilliant polish.An a jig,
There's a gander fa Coweta county, Ga., Some women fa England make good sala- jumping a foot or so from the floor. She Louise Labe, the French poetess, who lived

that has recently been bereft of its mate. Englishman has produced a piece of ries by manufacturing the dainty silk and picked it up as soon as she could catch it and In the Sixteenth century, was called Tha .

He has since taken up with a rooster and is mechanism containing 400 figures, representing lace lamp shades now so popular. A dealer laid it on the table. She has not been able to Beautiful Ropemaker." '

to learn how but far without horses, cannon, artillery, infantry, and a in London solve the ,
trying to crow,' so who glories In the royal patronage mystery and feels somewhat super- 3
band of fifty-two men, each with an instru- "The Gem of Normandy" was the complimentary y
When the rooster flaps his stitious about it.
succe pays one woman $200 a month for the
% ment. A windmill turned the sobriquet given to Ffom*. daughter
wings to crow the gander does likewise, and tiny by cur.rest shades she makes. I
from burning candles furnishes the A resident of Martin's Ferry, 0., has two of Richard, duke of Normandy.
stretches his neck in vain effort to imitate
the music of the chanticleer.a He trios hard rower to move all the figures automatically.. Countess Montercale, or Mrs. Virginia small boys and one big dog,a Newfoundland, Anne, countess of Sunderland, and daughter -
Knox, as she prefers to be called, has pub- their constant companion. The other day I of the Duke of Marlborough bore the- '
j f to fly-up on the roost and fa very affectionate lished a denial of the that she is the 4
In lib attentions thetooster. report goingto boys got to fighting, and the smaller was I political title of "The Little Whig. t
to WHEN THEY WERE BORN. adopt the stage as a 'profession. At present getting the worst of it, when the dog, who Matilda
Henry Dewey of Quitmon Ga., armed she is living a quiet and retired life with had been an uneasy observer of the proceed. daughter of Henry 1 of England

with six good dogs and a keg of water,,went Julia Ward Howe was born in New York, the American wife of an Indian officer in An- tugs, rushed between the lads, separatedthem was council given held the title at Winchester of "Lady of in England"the Twelfth by"a I

to hb gin house determined to kill a few rats May 27, ISIS. cona, Italy by main force, and then dragged the

that were cutting holes in his cotton seed and At Russian places of amusement the ladies larger boy away, without hurting him In the century.
Louisa M. Alcott was born in Germantown
'eating: up his bats In a short time-he hadkilled Pa. Nov. 29 1832. wear fur caps and big fur collars instead of least or showing a particle of ill temper. "The Semiramb of the North" was the sobriquet -
,
:EO, besides what the dogs ate. They the hats and bonnets worn in other countries.An bestowed upon Margaret daughter

are supposed to have eaten ten each, perhaps Helen Hunt Jackson was born In Amherst, observer says: "Some of them have such Her SILstake. of Waldemar III. king of Denmark for her

'more. U4 poured water in their holes and Mass., Oct. IS, 183L wonderful complexions that one might well Bride (of a tnonthj-Oh,dear I 11 don know warlike qualities.

this brought: the rodents out with a rush and Rose Terry Cook was born In Hartford,; say the effect of their f8&3ll above the white what b to become of me. My husband is BO "The English Sappho" was a sobriquet given

but few if any: escaped., Conn., Feb. 17,1837. fur is that of roses on snowp* curly and snappish and-why 1 can't get him to Mary Darby Robinson who acquireda

fc,give a civil answer to a single question. reputation for beauty wit and during
In Water poesy
G. Hosmer
An English visitor to the United States Harriet was horn Fanny Davenport who Is determined not
Mass. Oct. 9 18301 to be victim of Sympathetic Mother Well you might the reign of George IV
criticises the Americans for an unwillingness town, a nervous prostration, has
|*o say "Thank you" for small service He PrancesWillard was born In Church-. bought herself a rowing machine which she have ticket known hotter than to marry a railroad Augustina Zaragoza of Spain. earned the .

:rarely heard it among equals and never to vine N. Y!Sept. 28,183a uses daily and carries with her from place toplace. agent, anyhow.-Philadelphia Record. sobriquet, "The Maid o( Saragossa" by bet

,inferiors. The question is asked whether it Some one In Chicago asked at, the bravery during the defense of Saragoesa
.Beecber StOwe born In fitchfisld -
Harriet was
Is because most Americans fancy that it puts 1 ; 14 1S1L depot what it was for. "To torture La Tosco.'s A Sensible Ftuhlon. against the French In 1S(&V.
ConnJuno
the thanker in a position of inferiority. lo\'ern the third act" said one of the When dust cicada fly before the gale Queen Mary of England was called "Bloody .
Louisa handkr ,Mpulton was born fan And men half blind use lancuatrong. "
Probably the real reason is a desire to jdo company Mary. Mary was succeeded on the throne
Protected
#f away with any appearance> of ceremony lead- Porafrot.. :., April 10, 1835.f "It said that love forts' and love ofttrav- "'be maid by serenely her Hading: walk*veil alfjISA by her'sister Elizabeth,who was known la '
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lS to a lack of courtesy in thb ins tutire. \ ."." ...w history as "Good Queen Bess." Elizabett
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-I xt 25 1889. iI
APR. ,
.: 2' THE FLORIDA STAR THURSDAY, I


:. TaxesOWNER.
NOTICE. and OWNER. I DESCBIPTIOy. S. A. J

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..: OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE FOLLOWING 20 35 east : All in T'p.21 S, Range 35 .
s range
'_ N described Lands will be Sold at Public Auction on the (6th) In township Fontaine grant.......... 41 607 15 15 Butler, John in ne cor of ae J of n wIde!
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I" Sixth Day of May, A. D. (1889) Eighteen Hundred and Eighty Nine, Unknown all lot 20 range 34 e...... deed book H. p 102....... 20 31 M
at the Court House, at Titusville, in the County of Breyard, in the In township Fouchard in......... 39 466 7 80 Gorman, M. in s e J of n w \ des deetl 'book :J

r.. State of Florida or BO much thereof as will be necessary to pay the Peter ....grant.................... 428438 59 25 H. p 121............................ 20
with 1t
amounts due for taxes herein set opposite to the same, together. B Segui grant 35 east..... UnknownWilkinson w J of s w J of a wI................ 20 1 '
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the costs of sale and advertising. Township of s w } s of range n e J............ 3 6 1 19 H. P. n i lot 1.......:................... ..21 2 19 sl
i Kuhl, JohnEdwards s part ofseofnw t 3 4 89 Unknown s w 15 acres in s e \ of s w jl". 21 a
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,.... ;:: N oaDF 'o" lotwo2ofe lot s 2.e........................ 3 5 g gUnknown all fractional.........._ ...........? 'G 238' I II
NAME OF OWNER. RIPTIOY OF LAND.. u < s yUEr Mack, C. E. in s part 1 Unknown s w } of n w \ of s w \............. q
< lot 4se ..................................... 3 60 t 10 12'
I ... 40 1 9' n w J of n w } of n w }...........
t J of ne }....................... 4 10 I.
cAll 127 339 Smith, Jas N. s w J ofse J of n w 1..i. 10

J,; Florida Southern Railway .. All...in....Tp.......27....S....,..Range..........85...E.... 2 6401 2 80 Kuhl Unknown, John lot lot 3.1 .and.....s...w...}..o..fne.......k..4. 81 G6 Unknown. s n w w j} of of s n w e l..I OQj30J i 40 10 3'1

,;; Company. u .......:!.................. ........... 3 640 280tr Florida Land and Improvement 15 80 Florida Land and Improvement 1 S1

....................................... 4 640 2 80u Co. lot 1............................... 56 1 9"}.. Co. n e J of n e $......................... 1 40|

M;,'I II ....................................... 5 640 2.80 Unknown lot 2............................................. 8 52 1 9 2 Unknown s w } of ne }......................... 9
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+ } tttt ..................... :................ 6 640 2 80 I lot 3. ................................ 8. 52 1 9. seofnw I........................... 1 i
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.;... ....................................... 640 2 80 lot 4.. neofse \.......................... 40
.................. 640 2 80 Florida Land and Improvement I !:
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t '. .................. 640 280 D. 0. w J of s eland s J n w S I
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u .....:................................. 17 638 2 80 Unknown s e } of n w Js ........... 200 4 13 Gilson, E. D. e 15 acres off s e \ of n wi...... 33 1 :
'-. .............. 18 640 280 Geo w J of n w J and s w J 11 I
'. tt ..........:............ Kuhl 74 Unknown s 10 acres of w 24 acres of
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> .......................................19 641 2 80 Mack, C. E. part of s eof s w ||...............12 12 6 8 2 of n w }............................. 33 1 9
L LhZ SA" ..................20 639 280 John of set of s w !
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.............................. 13 64 4 8G Silvertooth, acres s e cor of s e J of s e J 33 i.
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J"t .e. ; .............................. 21 639 2 80 Fairbanks, W. H. lot 4... of of
: ............................ 14 75 3 39 Unknown n } s e } s e 1..3.1 1 1-
;if .. ;".m.:....................... 22 640 2 80 Unknown lot 1......... all blk A. n of lot 3 Coleman's ad
7--- 'I "T ..... .....;.................... 2. 638 2 80 Florida Land and Improvement .
: Titusville.............
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.......:.:.: ...... .................... 28 639 2 80 Co. 2 and 3. 3 blk B. Coleman's !
if'; I :. ............. 29 640 280 Unknown lot 1.......................... 17 42 1 92 ad Titus
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.e---.r- ........:....:... ..................... 30 640 2 80 fractional.............................. 24 90 1)2I I i lot 4 ik B.: i ; d.Tit.; 3-11 11

:.!' u .......................................31 716 280 Collier, II. J. paid :3 e } of s w }.......................... 31 40 3 39 ]] ....Coleman'a... .......................

5'.. ...... .e ............. ......................... 32 713 2 80 Florida Land and Improvement 10:1 bik.C. Coleman's i ad Titus 3-11 131
94
. :: I' ........".............................. 33 712 280 Co. w J of s w \.. 31 80 .... ............ .
,'':, u ..:..................................... 34 714 2 80AU'in Unknown paid 3 w J- of s w }.. 32 40 4 86 10illbik.C.:Coleman's i d.Tit.... :HI 11
/ 35 E s4of w \ ofsw J. ..32 20 1 92 -
.v) Tp 28 S range 1 240 1 92 n 32 77 1 92 ville I ...................................34 1
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( T' w Off n w 1 and s w #....... :Moore, Charles L. lot 6.
lot 12 blk C.
", AIl....................................... 2 640 2 80 Township 20 range 34 and 35 Colenian'sad Titus. '
,'; t u ....................................... 3 640 2 80 Sweet, Chas D. agent s J William Garvin grant.......... 1000 29 85 J. H. blk ville 4 and....5.-.M.....-........-...i..t.-TI: 34i it

'. :...................................... 4 640 2 80 Quinby, E. S. paid s part DeCosta grant, except Vondy, E Titus
649 2 80I' of Aurantia.......... 382500 52 90 tusville............................i34 6 3
\ II u ...................................... town plats ,
4'I4 : ....................................... 648 2 80u t Township 20 range 35 east..... Township 21 s range 36 e...... .
". ........................................5 638 2 80 Unknown Peter Fouchard grant in........... 39 74 1 92 Gailer, Valentine n f of set of s e }.................. ) I !

,-' Cl ...... .... ... .................... 641 280I' B Segui grant ... 45 330 29 85 Unknown sjofsejofse ].................. 2j 10 1 a

C' ....................................... 640 2 80cc L Crayon grant in... 46 39 1 19 Mclnnes Daniel M. .wjofnejsejofne } and n
.............................. .......... 640 2 80 Adams, H. W. lot 18 Aurantia...................... 38 5 1 19 eofse 1.....................:.... 3'1' 21
\ tt .....:..:.............................. 11 640 2SO12 Thompson, M. 1V. lot 13 to 22 blk 22 Aurantia...... 38 1 19 Unknown n e } of n e \.......................... 36 40 -I !
\v of n e and n wands !... 560 2 80 lot 46 blk 26 Aurantia.............. 38 53 Township 21 s range 37 e......

AIl....................................... 13 640 2 80 Township 20 S, range 36 E. s e.l...................................... 30 160 S asw

cc ............... ....................... 14640 2 80u Unknown lot 1..4 58 1 92n }..................................... 30 160 3:1

....................................... 15 639 2SO l lot 2..................... .............n 40 1 92 n w $.................................... 31 16< T A

t f ac ...... .... ........... ............... 17 642 2 80 fractional............................. 5 67 192 Township 22 s raqge 34 e

r ....................................... 18 640 'Z SOtt fractional.............................16 28 119 Florida Land and Improvement .
...................................... 19 639 2 80 Vann, J. D. lot 2..................................... 19 27 6 33 Co. 3 e \ of s e is; w } and n \_..... 2 520 a $

tt ..................... .................20 639 2 80 UnknownFlorida fractionalT'p. ..............................0. 8 74 Unknown s w 1 of s wi.......................... 40 1 x
t. ....................................... 21 639 2 80 21 S, Range 34 E. :Florida Land and Improvement
cc ....................................... 22 640 280tt Land and Improvement Co. n } and lots 12 and 3...............12 425 2 !.

...................................... 23 640 280tt Co. n e 160 1 83 Township 22 s range 35 e I 1

................................. ..... 24 640 2 80 SVf 160 2 80 Unknown lot 6 blk A. Titusville.............. 3 r. .

., ..... ................................. 25 640 2 80t ., e } I O 2 80 lot 10 blk C. Titusville............ 3; 1 t
. y ".....................................26 640 2 80 all L..2 650 2 80 n 50 feet of lots 12 and 3 blk E. i

tt ...................................... 27 640 280tc "... 400 1 92 Titusville.......................... :al!i .J ( 1
........................ .... ......... 28 641 280 all. 640 280 Gailer, Mrs 1. A. n J lot 4 blk E. Titusville....... 3 4

u .......................................2V 639 280 u J 480 2 21 Unknown e i lot 7.--: 3 11

u ................: .................... 30 639 9tt 80 Unknown s e 1......................................10. 160 2 SO lot 1 blkVTi"usvilTe..V.Vrlot .... 3 SII
+ Y ...................................... 31 640 2 80 Florida Land and Itnprovement n i of n e \ s w \ of n e } n w 1 I '-)...H.... ........-'F ...........-.... 3 3 till

cc ....................................... 32 641 2 80 Co. e of s e } and s w } of s e 12 400 2 12 lot 3.:...."......._u'cc................... 3 I 33 }

tt ....................................... .33 641 2 80 Unknown s e \ of net...........................12 40 1 !)2 I lot 4:...h...U.......-"................... 3 S'I

.t ....................................... 642 280 n w \ of s e 1.......................... 12 40 192- lot 5._"..."......._"......... ... ..... 3 II t
f" / tt ....................................... 35 640 2 80 Florida Laud and Improvement I lot 6..."H"... ......... .................... 3,, 23"rI

'.,.:, I rf." .'''.''''''''........................36 640 2 80 Co. ..1 }........................................14 320 1 R3 I lot 7..." ............... ..................... "I Q" S'I
... All in T'P.2S S. Range 36 E. Unknown n w } of s w }........................ 14 40 1 19 King, Chas E. in lot 8 and 9 deed book J. p 119 )
;>.'. all of w 1.............. .................19 318 1 92 neof s w L........................14 40 119 blk F. fltus\.llle..1 31.1 I II 0;;

Y. 4 All...................................... 30 631 2 80 3eofsw J.n ..........................14 40 119 Ronald, W. A. part lot 8 and 10 deed book I. p ar

I\ u ............................. ......... 31 637 280 J ofse }.............................14. 80 1 92 327 blk F. TitusVIlle............. 3 23

:' westAll l.................................... 32 390 1 92 net.....................................15 160 2 80 Unknown e part lot 8 and 10 deed book J.. ,J .. 51

.. in T'p. 29 S, Range 36 E. neofse }I........................... 15 40 119Florida p 146 blk F. TitusvIlle......... 31 ,
All...................................... 5 640 2 80 Land and Improvement lot 5 blk J. Titusville:......_..... 3 11"

u ....................................... 6 640 2 80u Co. all........................................ 18 640 3 00 Davis, Wm lot 1 and 2 block K. Titu3ville.f:!I I '.
........................ ............... 7 640 2 80 A. C. Canal and Transportation UnknownMoulthrop lot 1 e sub div blk 4 Titusville... 'i

cc ..................... ................. 8 640 2 80 Co. :s w J of net n w t and s .. 19 520 2 56 lot 9 sub div blk Titusville--... 3'' ,.

AU of w k of..9 320 1 33tt Unknown n w i of n er..........................19 40 1 04 lot 4 blk 6 Titusville................ 3f 'f
tr" --". ....................................... 17 640 80 Florida Land and Improvement R. part of lot 3 blk 7 des deed book J

r u ................................ ........18 fHO 2 80 Co. all....................................... 20 640 3 00 J. p 29 Titusville........_...... ,
cc .......................................O 2 80 n e } w-otnwsej0fiiw J Norwood, J. C. lot 6 blk 8 Titusvillelot .............. 3 -i !

All in T'p. 29 B, Range 35 E. s w ] and w J of set............ 22 520 256 !!Unknown 16 block 9 Titusville: ......... E l
All l........................... ........... 2 636 2 80 Unknown 3 e } of n w }...........................2a 40 1 19 Titus, E. H. lot 1 blk 10 Titusville.............. 3, :.
tt ....................................... 4 6:35: 2 SO s w J of s w J.. ....................... 23 40 1 19 Titus, Mrs 11. E. lot 5 blk 10 Titusville............... f' 2 ItS
tt .. ................................... 6 2 80 3tt 1
.. 640 Florida Land and 1m "
, n e } u e i of n w } e } of s w Titus, Henry T. lot 6 blk 10........ ............_..... }
a" tt ....................... ............... 8 2 80
641
provement Co. of and Grover Anna M. ." ..... .......... 3
s w J s w \ n w } of s e i 24 360 2 12 lot 7 :blk 10. ..... I
tt ........................................1U 641 280tt : : (j'
Trafford .. .
J. D. .. .
seofneands .llle. 3
(; i ............... 26 360 177 w J lot 1 blk 11 Tltu 31
;. ....................................... 12 641 2 80u all....................................... 34 640 2 80 Gardner, Solomon e J lot 1 blk 11........."............. 3 1 1t .
tc .............................. ........14 2 80
k- orr 643 e i......... ..............................36 320 1 63 Gardner & Newberger lot 4 blk 11............."............. 3: 1
.......................................18 64" 2 80 r.r
All in T'p. 21 S, Range 35 E. Unknown lot 2 blk 13.......... ..... ..... 3
,e ....................................... 90 641 2 80 A. C. Canal I and Transportation -"- i a
lot 3 blk ] 3...........:! ............. >0.
r u ........................................22 642 2 SOtt (.
._i Co. all fractional.................... ..... 2 31 ';7 7 lot 3 blk 14..........._."............. :. 14:
? ....................................... 642 2 80 Unknown .* 1'
S I lot I..4 .. ...........
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lot 4..4t..14. .
tt .. ...... ..2 6 : 38 3 39 3f I'i
...................... ..... 641 2 80 I
lot 2..................................... 4 67' 6 34 lot 6..14............."............. 3r C
. ....................................... 640 2 80 I' 'r
: u .28 nwofse \.......................... 5 40 780 Titus, Mrs M. E. lot 8..14..............' .............. 3J .0'
; ........................................ 642 2 80 .
.ry tt sw-ofse \.......................... 5 40 7 80 Unknown lot 9..1S........... a..3 ,
32 -
....................................... 641 2 80 I'\\
. tt ...................................... 34 640 2 80 Florida Land and Improvement se } of se }........................... 5 40 780 lot 12 blk ,5..IS. '

.- .e .................. .................... 36 649 'S0 Co. I lot 1 blk .'.>. I :r
I.-. All in :r'p. 20 S, Range 34 E. w J of n e |......................... .. lj 80 q 14 Miller, James P. lot 4 blk 19..3. .
.. n w } of nv }........................ .
Florida Land and Improvement AU fractional........................ 4 454 2 OStE Unknown 6 40: 60 5 blk p'j-
Co. 6 n } of s w \ of n w j..6 10 119 Unknown lot 6 blk ............._ ......... .. 11.:
........... ............................. 6-10 280 K J. M. .. ist .
a1l............. ........................... 8 640 2 80 Unknown reamer, n e \ ofsw J and n w 1 ofse :#.. 6 80 19.', Branuing, V.T. C. C. lot 7 blk 22.............?. ............ :5' ..
"'-' all....... .......... ..................... 18 6B2 2 95 s e J of sV }......................... f; 40 4 13 lot 8 blk 22............_ '............ .pL t
" : swofse j....................... .......... .
all fractional............. ............ 20 170 1 04 ... 6 40 486 lot 9 blk 22.u.. III ,Jl
k' lot 1, 2. 3 and 4...................... 34 110 89 neofne J.......................... 7 40 192iiwofne I Unknown lot 10 blk 22..3 r '

lot 1. ................................... 313 94 8;) }......................... .7 40 119 lot 11 blk 22............."............ 3,; :;
.' I ti of lot 3 and 4....................:.36 76 74s swofne }.......................... 7 40 119 Branning, "\V. C. C. lot 12 blk 22............."..... ...... Sf .'
. Unknown c # of s w } of s e 1................36 5 89 s e } of net............................. 40 1 19 Branning, W. C. C. lot 15 Robbins & Grahams ad. i 5' a
Township 21 35...... ... ........... 3
lot 5 QU.Hlby's map of Aurantia 38 5 74 range TItusvIlle......... ...... 1 '

,. lot 6......"........."............"..... 38I 5 74 swof n w \........................ .7 40 1 19 Granniss, E. C. lot 28 Robbins & Grabams ad i '.r.

" I ot 7..... tt.........u............"..... 38 r 74 '' seof nw }......................... 40 4 13 Titusville......... ................... 3 i
I ot 8......."........."............" oJ, 5 74 I II n eof s w je ......................... 7 40 119 Unknown lot 13 Joynerville an addition to ;

I lot 11......"........."............rt...... 3" 4 74: Gauldcn Mrs i of s e 1........................... .. 7 80 G 33 Titusyille. ........................ 3iI I
Brown, A. R. lot 1')......".........H............H..... 3 S f) 89 UnknownJohnson : H. E. 1 acre in s e cor of w J of s e }... 7 1 60 Iqt 14 Joyneryille an addition to '1-

< Unknown II lot ]3......u"......... ...........:,......38 5 74 tie \ of n WI ofsej..7 10 1 92 Titusville.......................... :;
r I lot 14....: ..........1.............,..... 3" 1. 74of : net..................................... 160 29 85 Patch, Emily G. Lot 15 18 19 20 and w } of 21 ;
i I 1......Ii............ ..........:'..... 38 18 1 93ot Unknown: Henry n w \ of n e \ of n w .J.1 ............. 19 3 39 Joynerville ad to Titusville.,. 3i

I 17 .....".........u'............"..... o. o 1R 1 33 n w \ of n w I........................ 40 2G 6 Unknown lot 43 Jovnerville an addition to

I ot IS.....: ........."............: ..... 30I 18 133 s w \ of u w j......................... .S 40 266 Titusville.......................... ,
I lot 19.....,.........."............"..... 38 ]8 1 33 seofsw }........................... .S 40 4 13 Gray, S. F. lot 45 Joynerville an addition to

I lot 91......"........." .......... "... 38I 18 1 33 swofsw }.......................... 40 4 13 Titusville............................ 3j
lot I _9._......"........ "..........'i. :..... 38 7'1 tI : lotl...................................... t5: 486 UnknownGranniss lot 49 Joynerville an addition to).

lot I 23......Ii......... u............Ii...... O Q 89 A. C. I lot 2...................................... 9 4U 4 86 .
Canal
lot I _""1:......"...... ..\. ,............".....I' 8 110 89 and Transportation lot 50 Joynerville an addition to

lot _9 6......t..........t,............H..... 3" 10 S9of Co. all.... ...:.......................... ......12 640 3 00 Titusville................ ...... 3f
I _'>1 ......Ii... ......" ...........".... oS 10, 89 Unknown all fractional" ........................... 14 64 74 lot 51 Joynervillean addition: : toj i ; '
I lot 41.: ..... '........."............"..... 38 13 1 0-1 lotl..........9...... 9 r7 ,a

it \11 lot 1 of sub division P F.I I lot 2...................................... 161 70' 1074 lot 54 Joynerville an additiop to i ._,

Fontainegraut. ...................41 400 g 00 Iot3Iot4...................................... 16 78 11 48 Titusville................'.......... ;
all ot..>. F"on tame gratlt........... 41: 607 10 74: :........... . ...................16 86 12 21 E. C. lot 55 Joynerville an addition to ,,1 ;

all lot 3.....: ..........".............. 41 303 4: 8G n e i of ne } ofne J............... 18 5 89 Titusville........................... ,
all lot 4 ....."..........".............. 41 303 4 86 s e } of net except 5 acres to Unknown lot 56 Joynerville an addition to

all lot 5.....: .........: .............. t1: 60" 9 27 Carlile R- W.Unknown Hamiltonn ........................... 18 35 4 33 Titusville........................... 1
all lot 7..n. 728 15 15 eof set and n 15 acres of lot b Rerdell's ad to Titusville.... I

n 2 1. lot .. ... : 003 7 80 t eft OftS eft.......................18 55 8 00 Stewart, J. Q. I otc......"........u...........tl.-...... 3t
In Tp. 20 Range 3-1 .a..u i.E s .( S e #....... :18 10 1 19 Rerdell & Kuhl ots4 te 11 inclusivaRerdell'sad I 2

all lot 8 Fontaine. grant....0'1....... : 202 6 33 s w } of 8W J.. ...................... 19 40 1 92 to Titusville...............-..... .3:
all lot 9 F on .3': seofsw I.......................... 1 9 40 192 lots 12 to 21 inclusive Ref ell'o I

h :ill lot 10. ... ......... ...............41 202 6 33IIlF Harrison D ntivofne \.........................20 40 4 86 adto Titusville......... .........
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I part of net of n w t des deed Bradford, (Godfref [lot 23 Rerdell'a ad TitusvIlle......

... i : ., .lV!. book w H. p 141.................... 20 r 2!, 1 39 "rOontirtued.\

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w' ; .. THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, APR. 25, 1889. a
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Taxes Taxes Taxes
OWNER: DD3CRIPnOY.. S. A. and OWNEE I DESCRIPTIOS. S. A. Dd OW EB. DESCRIPTIOY. S. A. and
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Costs. Costs.All Costs.
An in Tp. 22 S, Range 35 E. iD Tp. 24 S, Range 36 E. AninT'p.26 S, Range 36E. -

! Unknown lot 25 Rerden's ad to Titusville.. 3 60 Hutson, Thomas part of n w i of n e 1 des deed Unknown s w t of s w 1.. -......................14 40 1 19

363Y Smith, T. W. I lot 26..8 96 book E. p. 234..................... 20 13 5 06 seof se }...........................15 40 1 19
Warren, S. lot 1 55 Unknown 5 w t of s e 1.......................... 20 40 3 39 n e 10f n e 1.............. ........... .27 40 1 19
Unknown'Vilbur lot 60 n e } ofne 1..,....................... 22 40 3 39 Harris, Henry T. n e I of 8 e }.......................... 27 40 1 19
)0ts lot 86..3. .8 60 Hildreth, A. n part lot 1 aDd n part of n w Township 26 5 range 37 e.......
lot 60 ofne }.............................. 22 14 10 94 Unknown lot 4 as per plat on deed book I.. 7
lot 1 33 Unknown n w 10f n wi........................ 23 40 1 92 page 177........_.................... 8 10 2 12
19 lot ... ......... ...................... 2 66 lot 4...................................... 25 37 1 92 lot 5 as per plat on deed book I. 7
33 N. H. lots 57, 58 Rerdellad toTitu8viIle 3 1 19 lot5.......... ............................ 25 2 1 19 page 177........................ ..... 8 10 2 12
39 Unknown, lot 60 Rerden's ad to Titusville .3 60 w of 5 wI........................... 25 80 3 39 Samuels, J. )r. lots 6 7 and 8 a5 per plat on deed 7
n lot 64 RerdeJl' ad to Titusville 3 60 n e 1......................................26 160 4 86 book I. page 177........... ._..... 8 30 5 00
+&- lot 6 bIk A Fisher's addition to Dixon, T. K. part of lots 2 and 3 bounded nbYA White, Mrs J. J. n Jot 9 as per plat on deed book 7
Titusville.......................... 3 1
50 24 I D. Cantine................. 28 8 5 06 I. page 177..8 5 139
lot 1 blk B. Fisber's addition to Unknown part lot 4 des deed book H. p 341 28 1 1 92 Samuels, J. 31. lots 1011 and 12 as per plat on 7
)2)2 Titusville..........................3 94 part lots 3 and 4 des book E. p deed book I. page 30 5 06

lot 5 blk C. Fisber'5 addition to ..................................... 10 653Mercier Unknown lot 15 as per plat
)1J Titusville......... .................. 3 94 Geo J. & wife part lot 5 des deed book F. p 566 28 1 4 86 I. page 177.........177..S. 10 2. 12

13% w I of lot N as per map OD deed Unknown ne 1 of ne.......................... 29 40 3 39 Samuels, J. \1. lot 16.a8 per plat
39 book I. f 506 Titusville......... 1 53 n w t ofne }........................ 29 40 3 39 I. page 10 2. 12
wi of n e except land of Jones..3 net ofsw t.......................... 29 40 1 92 Unknown lot 3........177..8 47 1 92
& &Dald.... ...................... G5 800neofnw s e lof 8 wI...........................29 40 1 92 Stewart, D. \1. lot 3........ 67 2. 66
1u }......................... 40 192nwofnw :ify t of s e }...........................29 40 1 92s lot 1.......................................19. 40 2 66
}........................ 5 40 1 92 eofse }.................. ........ 29 40 3 39s Unknown u e of 5 e t.......................... 31 40 1 92
w of s e 1 ofn w }................ 5 20 1 92 w t ofne }. ..........................32 40 1 92 nwofse }.........................31 40 1 92sw
12J Township 23 8 range 34 aDd 35 c nw I ofsw }................;....... 32 40 1 92I ofse ._...........:........... 40 1 92
J strip 5 DelespiDe grant............ 1080 3 39 I S wofsw }.......................... 32 40 1 92 Burt, H. A. 'i e 1 of set io/hears for 1887 31 40 1 92
strip 9........".........."............... 1000 3 39 ,: s e :1 ofsw }.......................... 3' 40 1 92Cockrell Hogg, BeDj. & H. K. lots 2 3 and 4..7 .... ................. 32 139 6 33
19r strip 12......".........."............... 1070 3 39 A. W part J lot 1 des deed book C. p 8333 2 1 92 Wilkinson, H. P. trip 7 and 8 of sub div des deed.33

strip 13......".......... ............... 1080 3 39 part lot 1 des deed book C. p 22 33 89 book A. page; 679._............... 34 13 6 53
3s> strip 14......".........."................ .1100 3 39 part lot 1 des deed book C. p 325 33 89 Stewart, J. Q. trip 13 of ub div des deed.

Township 228 range 34 and 35e Williamson, John S. part lot 1 des deed book F. p 46033 1 1 92SChoonmaker ... book .l\. p 67 9......................... 33 8 286
:1 strip 1 1.10 interest DelespiDe rattJeJ part lot 1 des deed book J. p 133 1.16 1 19 Township 27 8 range 36 e......
: grant................. ............... .1300 3 59 Savage, S. A. w 1 lot 1 des deed book E. p 394 ::33 2d- 1 92 Gleason, S. G. and C. all........................................ 1 640 2. 80
strip 3 1.10 interest Delespine Williamson, T. S. part lot 1 des deed book F. p 46033 3 39 Littlefield an except e i of s e 1............... 2 560 4 57e
grant................. ............... 1360 3 59 Dixon, T. K. n e i of D W 1......................... 33 40 7 80 and e !l of wI..:................. 3 480 2. 21
I strip 4 .10 interest DelespiDe Smith, Minnie E. part of s e of n w ides dee. Conover, E. H. w !....................................... 3 160 163
c.'u!\ __ _____ 12fO; book .T, p 376....................... .33 1 2 12 lots 2 3 and eA.........................4 560 4 57 .
strip 17 DelcspiDc graDt.., .......... 1360 3 39 t Unknown s w lof Ii ".t...........................33 40' '' (jo lots 12 and e 1........................ 9 311 245
strip 18......."........... ............. 1360 3 39 Nail, Berrian part of n e 1 of 5 W t des deed Adams, Chas S. II W. t of s e 1: ..... .................10 40 1 04
!trip!! 19......."..........."............. .1360 3 39 book H. p 344..................... 33 6 2 80 GleasoD, S. G. and C. n ere of s e 1 aDd n of 5 W .
strip 20......."...........".............. 1360 3 39 Wingood, David n 'e cor lot 1 Hardee's plat of Indian -. Littlefield 1 of s e 1............................,10 260 2 34
strip 22........"...........".............. 1360 3 39 River Cit y.................... 33 3 59 Cono\'er, E. H. \V !............ ..........................10 320 2. 80
ssI, strip 23....... '..........: .............. 1360 3 39 Unknown lot 7 e 1 Hardee's y plat of Indian Unknown s of s'w 1 of s e 1................,10 20 74

strip 25 (except land of Reed) River City.......................... 33 80 Gleason, S. G. and C. net of n e 1 n of seofne
59 Delcspine .................. 1245 3 59
grant Cuyler, Bently w of e k (lot 11 Hardee'sllat Littlefield 1 w of net 11 w and n 1ofswswof
19''' .. strip 26 Delespine grant........... .13.10 3 39 of M Indian RIver CIty............ 33 1 39 5 w is of s
:' strip 27 ......"..........."............. 1170 3 39 UnknownClements s 1 of lot 17 Hardee's plat of Indian e } ofsw 1 and 8 e }...........,11 600 3 26
89. strip 28......."...........".............. 980 3 39 M River City.................. 33 1 5>9. Unknown D of s e 1 of s wI................. 11 20 74
39 all that fart DclespiDe grant lot 18 Hardee's plat of Indian Gletson, S. G. and C. all except s I of s e I of n w 1

8Gf north 0 28.................. 2320 9 47 River C.Ity.......................... 33 9-1 Littlefield and s of s w t of s wI........12 600 2 86
; all that part Delcspine grant. lot 20 except n w t Har 's.\ : .o south of strip 1.................... 40tH 6 53 Indian River Citv................ 33 124 of s w 1 ofsw 1.................,12 20 74
56' 5 Township 23 s range 35 c....... lot 21 Hardee's plat Indian River Gleason, S. G. aDd C..n e e of n we of 5 w t aDd

92. lot 1...................................:. 24 28 10.1 City.............................. 33 2 86 Littlefield set.....................:............. 13 480 2 41
Dickson, J. E. part of net of n e 1 des dee George lot 27 Hardee's Plat Indian Riv- Unknown n k of n w t of nw }...............13 20 60

1E book K. page 117.................. 25 5 1 24 er City................... ............ 33 1 'J9 Williams, F. B. s of n w 1 of n wi..................13 20 ..60
.l. Phares, Mrs J. C. part of n e of net des deed Unknown lot 28 Hardee's plat Indian River Unknown s w 1 of s w }...........................13 40 74

50 book J. P 350 and 338............25 11 1 53 City....... .............. ........ 33 1 39CarlIle nwofsw }......................... ]3 40 74
92... n w 1 of B W 1........................ 25 40 1 92 James A. lot 33 Hardens plat Indian River Gleason,SG&CLittlefeld all..................!.... ............... 640 2 80

Township 22 s range 35 e Cit3y.............................. 33 1 24 Unknown n e 1 of net.......................... 15 40 1 04
47: Unknown s w t ofne 1.................... ..... 6 40 3 39 Unknown lot 36 Hardee's plat Indian River Gleason, S. G. and C. w of n e !:aDd w of 8 e f and

s. s !} of neof nw }................ 6 20 3 39 City................................... 1 89 Littlefield w !....................... ............. 16 480 2 41
80 s ofnw 1 of n wI................ 6 20 3 39 lot 38 Hardee'5 plat Indian River fractional............................ 17 42 60
39 s w t ofnw }......................... 6 40 4 86 Ci ty.................................3 80 fractional..........2C 224 1 92
39' set of n w }......... ............... 6 140 4 86 lot 39 Hardee's plat Indian River all............ .......................... 21 640 2. 80

39' Florida Land and Im- City................................ 80 all........................................ 22 640 2 80
39; provement Co. woof seandseofse }.... .6 120 1 09 lot 40 Hardee's plat Indian River all except n I ofse ofsw 1..23 620 2 80

39; Unknown lot 1..................................... 7 44 1 19 City.................................33 80 n ;t........................................ 24 320 1 63
sg: lot 3..................................... 7 66 1 33 lot 41 Hardee's. plat Indian River .. s !:........................................25 320 163

39 Florida Land and Improvement er Ity............................... 3' 74 all....................................... 26 640 2. 80
:.y Co. lots 3 and 190 1 02 lot 42 Hardee's plat Indian River Unknown s w t except n w t.-...............27 120 1 33

00 City' ............................. .33 69 Gleason, S. G.: and C.
':4f, Sackett, F. B. lots 5 and 4..8 147 15 15 Jarvis, A. A. part lot 3 des deed book G. p 3-10 33 12 21 Littlefield n e k of set.........................2F 440 2. 28
, .SQ' Unknown s of a w 80 1 92 Burnham, J. part lot 3 des deed book J. p 1933 1 92 Adams, Chas S. s ofsw i and n e I ofsw'}.....2 8 120 1 33
n e 1 of n .......................... 54 i19 Papworth, H. :::\i. part lot 3 des deed book J. P 495 33 6 33 Unknown n w t of 5 e }.......................... 2E 40 74
,06 s w 1 ofne }.......................... 3 40 1 19 Altree, George part lot 3 des deed book H. p 29933 6 33 8V i ofse }............................2E 40 74
.33 seofne }.......................... 40 19 Fisher, Harry part lot 3 des deed book I. p 319 33 6 33 GleasoD, S.G.andC.neof swswof se I e
91 s w 1 of n w t........................ 40 1 19 Township 245 range 37'e Littlefield of s e and n }.................... .33 480 2 41
::33 s e lof n w }......................... : 40 1 19 Unknown s w 1 of n W 1......................... 7 40 1 92 Adams, Chas S. n w I of s e 1.......................... 33 40 74
92 neofsw }........................... 40 119 lot 4......................................11 34 1 92 \v of 8v }........................... 33 80 1 04
::3$. n e 1 of s e }............. ..............3 40 1 19 s e t of sv. }........................... 11 40 1 92 Unknown s e t of s wi.......................... 33 40 74
i.. n w 1 of set..........................8 40 1 19 swof se }.......................... 11 40 1 2se Adams, Chas S. n w 10f set.......................... 34 40 74 '
'U9S swofse }.......................... 40 1 19 : lof set............................11 40 1 92 sofsw }..............................34 80 104
get of s e }........................... 40 1 19v Ainslie, OscarUnknown n of s w 10f n w .1-............... 14 20 4 13 Gleason, S. G. andiC. Dei, n w } nwofswsw
. ,SO' \ ofse }............................. 80 1 92 Township 25 s 36 e Littlefield 1 of s e i aDd e } of s e ........ 480 2 41
19 lots 3 aDd 6............................ 28 58 3 39 e of n e j..2 range 80 3 39 all.........................................35 640 2 80
66. Township 22 s range 37 e lot 4 except land of Robbins, all....................................... 36 640 2 80
,04lM n of n \v }...........................17 80 7 80 Mans & Hiscock.................. 2 24 5 06 Township 27 s range 37 e......
9 W 1 of s w 1......................... 17 40 1 92 Ryder, S. part lot 3 des deed book G. p 634 3 12 88 65'VilkiDsoD wkofnwwofswands e

. ,M' Township 228 range 39 e...... H. P. 161: acres s Part lot 3 and 8.. acre ofsw }............................ 2 200 653
'. 19 Malone. John W. lot 4 or s i of s e j..9 62 7 80 n part lot 4......................... 3 20 2 G0 2,-) lot 12 and 3........................... 3 124 633
9S'C9J Township 23 S, Ryder, S. nwof s e i part of net of s e. nwofnwandsofnw 1 5 120 398
Unknown lot I.....................................6. 56 1 92 t des deed book D. 96..4 54 22 70 Unknown n w lof s w }. ...................... 5 40 2 66n
J 139L.63 lot 2..................................... 16 150 1 92 Wilkinson H. P. 12 acres 5 part n e lof P s e I and e of 8 w }......................... .5 40 3 39
Odea, Joseph lot 3 4 and 5 fractionaJ............ 16 20 2 66 seof 52 3005 Snel1, G. B. lot 3 and 5 e i ofsw }...... ...... 5 95 4 86
' Unknown'Vestervelt fractional .........................18 31
i63tW see 1 92 Unknown s w lof 5 40 1 19 Gleason, S. G. aDd C. n w of 5 e 1 w of n c 1 and
lot 1.....................................19.. 43 3 39 Brown, Spencer part lot 3 sej..4 Littlefield \V A..................................... 6 440 7 12
l63l63 e } of s w I........................... 26 80 3 39 and in 19 18 29 Unknown n e f of n P. !.......................... 6 40 1 19s

lot 2 blk T Hardc\"ilJe............... .30 74 Unknown s e lof 8 w }.......................... 10 40 6 33 e ofne }.......................... 6 40 1 19n
192' lot 8 blk T.......: ..................... 30 74 s e t ofsw i ill arrears for 188110 40 6 33s e I of se .6 40 1 19
74; s \V 1 ofse 1.......................... 30 40 486 e ofsw 1 in arrears for 188610 40 6 33s seo se }.................. ........ 6 40 119
7,1 n w 1 of 8 e }......................... 30 40 4 86 c 1 ofsw t in arrears for 188510 40 6 33 swofse }.......................... .6 40 119
7t1114J lot 2...................................... 30 35 4 86 \Vof 5 W 1 ........................... 10 80 7 80 n e ofne }........................... 7 40 1 19
; Edgar part lot 1 des deed hook D. P 270..31 2 1 92 w ofsw t in arrears for 188710. 80 7 80 set of n e !........................... 7 40 119 .
Holmes, M. C. part lot 1 des deed book A. p 143 31 5 4 13 \V of s \V in arrears for 188610 80 7 80 s of n w 1 ofne }.................. 7 20 82

141 Wilson, Harriet L. part Jot 1 des deed book D. P 104 31 5 3 39 lot 4..................................... 12 62 2 36 Gleason, S. G. aDd C. n e i of s e }........................... 7 40 1 19
141 Unknown part lot 1 des deed book D. p 164 31 10 7 80 i 1 ofnw 1 ofnw ............... 12 20 1 92 Littlefield e of 8 w }............................. 7 80 1 92
199 Holmes, Geo W. :swof n enwofsen'i n of n e I............................13 801 86 Unknown n e 1 of n wI...........:.. ......;.... 7 40 1 19n
1 of ww 1 of 5 eland lot 2...... 31 165 10 94nwofne White, James H. part s l of s e 1 aDd part lot 3... 13 50 10 74 \V t ofnw }......................... 7 40 1 19
1 9J i Unknown }.........................31 40 486U Stewart, J. Q. lot 1, 2 n w 1 of 5 e and n 26 set of n w }.......................... 7 40 119
Holmes, Geo W. part fractional.................... 32 2 6 33 acres ot lot 3.........................26 130 24 17 n w i ofsw }......................... 7 40 1 19
Unknown s of n w 1 of n wI............... 34 20 1 92s Unknown 3 12 acres lot .........................96 1' 7 80 sw ofsw }.......................... 7 4.0 1 19n
5 i 1 ofnw 1 ofnw }............... 34 10 1 19s Keith, RosannahUnknown 3 e of 11 wI.......................... 211 40 1 92 w 1 ofse !.......................... 7 40 1 19s
w 1 ofne }......................... 36 40 1 92n net of n wi...........................26 40 1 912nwofnw w 1 ofse }......;.................... 7 40 1 19
* & ........ ............ .36
I
w lof s e 1. .. 40 92 40 12 set ofse 1..7 40 1 19
t........................ 26
Township 23 5 range 37 e...... 3 w t of s e ...........................2 6 40 1 92 Gleason, S. G. and C.
1'| lot 2......................................13 40 1 04 sWof se !.......................... 30 40 1 92 Littlefield e of se }.............................. 8 80 2 12
lot 3.....................................13 35 1 92 nwof se }......................... 31 40 192 Unknown lot 1..................................... 8 29 3 93
if n \V 1 ofsw }........................13. 40 1 92 woof ne }........................... 35 80 339n Higgins, E. W. 8 e 1-8 of s e 1 of net.............. 8 5 1 19
lot ..........:......... .. ..........
1 ..14 11 1 19
: 80 3 39 Seabrook, T. L. part lot 2 des deed book E. 568 8 6 1 33
21si l of s e }. ............... ........... 35 P
Township 23 5 range 38 e. 3 e of s e }........................... 35 40 1 92 Houston, John lot 2 except land of Higgins and
lot 1................. .................... 32 17 1 19
: Spratt & CockrellUnknown I 8 :a J ofse .1. of DC.1................... 3 t) 30 1 9' Seabrooks.......................... 8 30 3 59
Township 24 S, Range 35 E.s s 28 acres of Jot 1 aDd lot 2..36 66 7 80 Snell, G. B. n e 1 ofnw }........ ................. 8 40 1 33
e 1 ofsw }........................... 24 40 1 92n Township 25 37 Unknown s e of s wI......................... 8 40 1 33
I w 1 ofne }........................ 25 40 1 92 lot 1..2 s range e .. 11 74 swofsw }......................... 8 40 133
Township 24 s range 36 e 11 Houston John part lots 1 aDd 2...................... 9 45 6 33
I lot 2..................................... 2 74
n e 1...................................... 160 3 39 lot 1..................................... 3 36 1 92 Unknown lot 3. .................................... 9 56 6 33 '
,76 .................................... .2 160 3 39s .
u \v } 40 1 92 Gleason, S. G. aDd C.
lot 4..................................... 3
i ..................................... 160 3 39
w } Spencer,Pardon 25 1 90) Littlefield w k of net and w 3 of 5 e 1......11 160 6 5.t.t
3 t I lot 3 ........................... 7 .
gel...................................... 2 160 3 39 Gould & MockridgeStewart n par part lot _')............................ 31 20 9 27 S. G. Glcason lots 12 and 3.........................11 123 4 EG
Black, W.J.Unknown part of net n w 1 des deed book 26 36 Unknown net of n w !.........................11 40 1 92
Township
H. p 197.......... .................. 6 10 2 12n J. Q. lot s range C 35 1 92 lot 1.............. ....................... 13 46 1 S2
w 1 ofnw }........................ 6 33 1 92 Unknown lot 51 4 86 n e 1 of n w t........................,13 40 1 92
76JI swofnw }......................... 40 192nwofsw lot 1..1. 30 3 39e s w 1 ofnw }i..:......................13 1 92s

}.................. ..... 40 1 92 of 5V }.............................. 1 80 3 39e e of n w }......................... 13 1 92
ofsw ........................ 40 1 92n wof ....... .. ... ........ .
I ft w 1 } ..6 i of net............................. 2 80 3 39 n 5 w } .13 40r 1 92
e 1 ofnw }.......................... 40 1 92 w 1of oSf 1............................. 2 80 1 92 net ofsw }......................... 13 1 92
! nwof nw t........................ 40 1 92n n e ofse i.......................... 2 40 1 92 net of net.......................... 14 3 39.,
e 1 ofse}........................... 40 3 m' w of n w }...........................1 80 1 92 lot 2......................................14 6 33
of .......................,10 40 3 39swofsw Gleason S. G. lots 12 3 and 4 blk Eau Gallie 16 1 0-1
n w 1 s e 1. 40 1 92nwof A.
net of n e 1-......................... 11
2 | }...........................14 40 339 40 192 lot 5 blk A. Eau Gallie..16 60 .
ne }........................11
w of 8 e }.......................:.... 14 80 1 92n 40 1 92 lots 6789 and 10 blk A. Eau
s wofne }..........................11 K
21? ckrel1, A. 1V et al part lot 1 and n w 10f n 0'120 60 88 65 .. 40 1 92.i. Gall)]ie.................................16 1 39';: '
set of ne }. ...................... .11
nkDown of of ................. 20 20 633 UDknownlot 11 blk A. Eau Gallie........... 16 74
n sV } n e } 30 3 39
........... .... 12
lot 1......... ............. .
.. 4
)ixon, W. L.. lot 1 ai' per map on deed book B. 20 .. .- 40 1 90) lot. 12 blk A....' .......".:............ 16 74
n W 4 of n ....................... I"
page 200.....,........................21 22 5 06 : w.r.: 40 192M lot 13 blk A.... ......:'..............16 74
stiyofnw }........................12 ,
>ixon, Jane I plot 2, 3 and n'4 of Jot 4 as verl201 lot 16 blk A..u....... _..........,.16 74
II I I map on deed book B. Page 62 22 70
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r'r THE FLORIDA STAR.'THUftSDAY, APR 25, 1889.

-. 4 1 Taxes I
'Y S. A. and OWNER. DESCRIPTION. S,
Taxes; .
DESCRIl'TI ON'
S. A. and OWNER. Cost
OWNER.Gleason DESCRIPTIOY. Costs. All in Tp 30 S, Range 35 E.

h Township 27 s range 37 e 21 1 1 19 Florida Southern R. all....................................... 6 .
Township s range 37 e. S. G all blk 68.- ......... ...Eau Gallie" 56 R. Company. all]........................................ 8 640J 21
Gleason "
S. G. lots 17 18 192021 and 22 bIle A. ; Jot 1 blk 69................. ...... ;::: 21 56 all....................................... 1
'l L Eau Gallie.........................16 2 21 Unknown lot 2..." .69................."......* 21 all............................. ......... 10 12 643 !
Fw Unknown lot 23 bIle A. Eau Gallie........... 16 74 S. G ots 3 ;inclusive blk 69 Eau 1 24 all....................................... 642 i ir
lot 24 blk A....".......".............. 16 74 Gleason, ................................ 21 14 643 r
j Gleason, t). G. G a II' 1 l 19 all]............. .......................... '
18
.. r'' Unknown lot 25 blk A....". ....: ..............16 74 ,. all blk 71 ...............Eau Gallic it 21 1 89 all] ....................................... 20 641 rt
bIle A. Eau Gallie 16 74 ": .........K...... ... 21 Sit
t Gleason S. G. lots 26 and 21 .1 2......... a........ .....
__ lots 12 3 and 4 bIle B..."......"... 16 10 .................It......"... 21 60 00M 642
al1..73. .. ? 1 19 all............. ........................... It
lots 6 and 7 bk B......."...:.."... 16 86 ............ .... ...." '" 21 24 1 642 t
a11..74. : 67 all.........................................
lot 9 blk B................."......' ...16 74 and 3 blk 75...."......::... 21 26 643: *
Unknown lots 12 60 all]............. ........................... .
74
lot 10 blk D................"...... ... 16 blk 75...............h...... ... 21 28 .641 ft"ft
G.
;,' Gleason, S. 74 Unknown lot 4 .. 89 all.......................... ............ 30
t blk B............... ...... ... 16 ...II...... .. 21 643
Unknown lot 11 1 33 Gleason, ti. G. ot567and8blk ., 74 all] ....................................... 32
Gleason, S. G. lots 1213 and 14 bIle B..h..h... 16 74 all blk 76................... ......"... 21 1 33 all........................................ 34 636 &
blk B.............Eau Gallie 16 ....."...... ... 21 640
lot 16 all...tt...77......... .... .. 33 all] ......... ........... ........ ........
Unknown lot 17 blk."...............".....: ... 16 74 al]..."...78.................. ......"... 21 1 : 30 :: 36 63 t10 -.
lot 18 blk.."..............: .....:'... 16 74 all..79............ .......t......"...21 1 33 Township s range 37 e.......
40 1 92 w !...... ........... .................... 19
lots 19 20 21 and 22 blk B Eau .......................... 17 320 .
Gleason, S. G. Gallie................................ 16 1 83 Unknown n e i of n e }\......................... 17 40 1 92 nwands J............................ 482 !J
Eau Gallie 16 2 66 nwofne 40 1 92 all ...................................... 31|
lots 25 to 37 inclusive .......................... 17 643 1t
...."..... '. 16 298 sw i of n e J 40 1 92 s w i..... ..................................32
all blk Ca11blkD................ : seofne }........................... 1 7 : 160 1f,
I ...................:'.....: ... 16 18 neofnw JJ ......................... 17 40 1 92 Unknown all Fleming grant.. .................... 11226 fi I
tit" ; all bk] 1 except lots 1215 and. .......................17 40 1 92 Township 30 s range 38 e......
+ 16.......................Eau Gallie 16 98 n w of n wI.w i........................ 17 40 1 92 lot 1...................-..:.............. 3 45 I?
2.'I... 16 2 8U I swOf n .. 40 1 92 1 lot 2...................................... 3
all blk ...................... 17 59 f1
r af lots 1 23 and 4 blk 3.'S... 16 1 04 I Gleason, W. H. H. n e :r of s wi.1 ....................... 17 40 1 92 lot 4....... ............................... 3 36

Unknown lot 5 blk 3.................."......"... 16 60 I n w }ofsw ofsw\:.r.......................... 11 40 1 92 ueofnw J.......................... 3 40
lot 6 blk 3.................:......."... 16 60 s w i ofsw |......... .................17 40 1 92 s t| of n e | of n e \.................. 10 la
Gleason, S. G. lots 7.8 9 and 10 b1e 3.."..... "... 16 1 04 s n e e 1 of se \..................... .....17 40 1 92 sejofnej............... .......... 10 ,
Unknowns lot 1l. blk 3..1... 16 60 Unknown of set..........................17 40 1 92 Stralson. Oscar part lot 3 des deed book D. p 360 14 1
? lot J.2lblock 3.'I.....: ....16 60 sw nw lof J se \..........................17 40 1 92 UnknownGibson net of a w J.......................... 14 1

Gleason, S. G. lot Th 14 15 and 16 blk 3 Eau of }......... .................17 40 1 92 se J of s w l..1-1 1
Gallie] ......... ....................... 16 1 24 se se and J of s w }....18 420 1 33 nwofne 1......................... 15 1
all bIle 4..................Eau Gallie 16 3 39 Gleason, W. H. H. n J of s e J n e D. P. e part lot 2 lot 3 and 4 and n w
and 3 bIle 5......".. ...'.... 16 89 S. G. Gleason and C. of lots 5 band 7..........
lot 12 .... 320 2 28 part 1
n 1.................. ........... 18 1G1
Gleason, G. G. lots 4 5 6 7 8 9 and 10 blk 5 Eau Littlefield J of s w ...................:::::.18 40 1 19 Unknown fractional sec 26 except 4 aero
Gallie................................16 6 53 Unknown s n w w | of s wI........................18 40 1 19 to Cain.-6 I $

Gleason, S. G. Lots 1112 and 13 blk 5 Eau Gallie 16 89 set of se }..:........................18 40 1 19
lots 1 to 10 inclusive blk 6 Eau of }......................... 19 40 1 19 all Fleming grant.................. x
Gallie.................................16 1 21 n nwofne e | n e J.........................19 40 1 19 0
Unknown lot 11 bk 6..E.u Gallie 16 60 Township 30 s range 39 e......

Gleason, S. G. Jot 12blk6..I'. ......16.16 60 60 S.Littlefield G. Gleason and C. sin ........................................19 320 3 00 Holmes, Geo. W. lot 7..N.............. ; .
Unknown lot 1 blk 7..I' 60 Unknown e i of n e }.......................... 20 40 1 9nwofne .". lot 3......11
... 16
let 2blk7..I' }.........................20 40 19swofne lots 1 and 2...... 17 93
Gleason, S. G. lot 3 to 11 inclusive blk 7 Eau }.......................... 20 40 1 92 Gibson, D. P. lots 1 and 2.......... 20 79
Gallie................................16 21all
lot 1......
66 seofne }...........................20 40 19... 28 36
except lot 12 blk 8..Eau Ga1lie 16 2 1 des deed book J. 240 21 2 1 19 Unknown all Fleming grant....................!30 81 .
Unknown lot 12 blk 8................."......" ...16 60 nell J. T. part lot p ... 40 3 39 Township 31 s range 35 e......
Glea>D, S. G. all blk 9...................."......"... 16> 2 80 UnknownGleason s w J of n w.J; ... 21 24 80 4 86 : Florida Southern R. all] ...............!.............. C) 639 i
all blk 10.................."......"... 16 1 33 w J of 8 e J ... 40 1 92 R. Company ...... 4all. 633 I't
all blk 11.................."......"... 16 1 33 seofse \. 25" .....
all blk ]2................:......."...1G 2 80 W. H. H. I lot land 2. ... 2"; 56 1 92 ...... 6all. 636*
all hlk 13 ................:'.....: ...16 2 66 S. G. Gleason and C. w J of s w J. ... 28 80 3 39 all...... 8 64 :t
all blk 14 ........... ..:..."......"...16 2 66 Littlefield seand w .....29 480 3 98 ...... 611iall I
5all. 15 12
640
"......"... 16 2 66 ... 30 641 fall.
all blk 15........... ....
....
lots 12 3Mnd 4 blk 16..."......"...16 1 04 ... 31 640 5 15 .14 638 fall
lot 5 hlk 16..I'... 16 60 all. ...32. 640 5 15 ...... 18 636 IaI.
Unknown wofseandw J..... 33 480 3 98 ] ...... 20jo 638 Iall.
S. G. lots 6 78 and 9 blk 16... ...... ... 16 1 04
.. i Gleafeon, lot 10 blk 16..4'...16 60 Metcalf, Wm. I. s e i of se \. ... 33 40 1 92 ...... 640 4

Unknown S. G. lot 11 blk 16........... ..."......"... 16 60 Unknown lot 1. ... 34 26 1 92 ...... 24 640 It.
: Unknown Gleason, lot 12 blk 16..............."......"... 16 blots lot 2..... 34 53 6 33 ...........26 63 >
'k:'> 131415 and 16 blk 16 Eau lot 3..... 34 27 4 86 all].......38 640 imi

Gleason, S. G. GaJlie................. ............... 16 1 24 Metcalf, Wm. I. lot 4 and w J of s e \ except 5 .?...... 30 633 .i
a all lots 5 and 12 bll 17 acres in n w cor and s J of swj 34 191 15 35 ] ...... 32all :

Y' Eau except Gallie.. .......................16 2 71: Metcalf, G. I. n w cor of n w i of s e i......34 5 82 .......... 34 633':1 1all.
r. Unknown lot 5 blk .............. Gallie 16 60 Unknown Iot3......36 43 4 13 .. .......36 6411 !
r lot 12 blk 17..............."......"... 16 60 Township 28 s range 37 e...... Township 31 s range 38 e.
r .' Gleason S. G. lot 1 23 and 4 blk 18..."......"... 16 1 04 Camp, Wm. M. lot 3 blk 10............Melbourne 2 89 Gibson, D. P. lots 2 3 and s w J of a e }.........11 108 i

k Unknown, lot 5 blk ]8................"......"... 16 60( all ....."...16.....................u...... 2 4 86 swofn w }.......14 1
1 Gleason] S. G. lots 6 7 8 910 and 11 blk 18 Eau Unknown lot 4..19...................."...... 2 74 Unknown n e } of s w 1......................... 14 44 ,

t Gallie................................16 1 53; slotlblk24...............:'......2 1 92 nwofsw J.......14 1
Unknown lot 12 blk ............ Gal lie 16 60 Metcalf, G. I. lot 5..24..2: 3 3Boardman Gibson! D. P. lot 1...................................... 15 \\J. .
Gleason, S. G. lots 131415and1G blk 18 16 1 04 Lucy part of s w i des deed book E. p Unknown all Fleming grant................... 331 161. 3 '

lots 123 and 4 btk 19 Eau GaBie 16 1 04 406................................... 3 90 15 25 Township 31 s range 39 e F
Unknown lot 51)1k 19..............."......"... 16 60 Camp, Wm. N. w part of n e J of s e. des deed lot 2. ...... I 4 1
Gleason, S. G. lots 6 7 8910 and 11 blk 19 Eau book J. p 203.... ................... 3 25 5 06 Kitching, Walter part lot 1 d'esdeed book D. p 293 6 1 1'

1- Gallie................................16 1 53 Rice, Ancil part of s e | of s e i des book G. Kitching, Jos. & Sarah part lot 1 des deed book E. p 60 6 1 ,
-_' Unknown lot 12 blk ............ GaBie 16 60( p 643 except land to Hippard 3 i 94 Unknown n e } of s e J.......................... I ; t
'j. Gleason] S?. G. lot 131415 md 16 blk 19 Eau Hippard, A. J. part of s e i of s e J des deed nwofse }.......................... 1 40 I

Gallie................................16 1 24 book I. p 77....................... 3 1 94 swofse }...........................7 40 r
.. \.. lots 12 and 3 blk 20 Eau GaBie 16 89 Unknown n e } of n e J.......................... 4 40 1 92 Kroegel], J. G. all fractional........................... 141 .
.. Unknown lot 4 blk 20..1...16 60( n w J- of n e }........................ 4 40 1 92 Unknown lot ._.............................15 32 \I
., Gleason, S. G. lot 5 to 16 inclusive blk 20 Eau eof\ se }............................. 4 74 4 13 lot 2......................................15 4C1'
Gal1ie.................................16 2 28 n w j of nvf \........................ .0 40 1 92 lot 5...... ......................... ..... 15 i 40 +
all blk 21.................. au Gallie 16 2 80 lot 2 blk D. south Melbourne......11 60 lot 6n'w ....................................... 40
all blk 22.................." ......"... 16 2 80all..23. GoodeF. C. lot 9..I. 89 i of n e 1............ .............:i 40
.................:......: ...16 2 36 Goode.I..11 sw t ofse \................................: 40 1'
.. I all..."..24.................."......"...16 1 48 f fall. Mellor, JohnUnknown s e J of s e i............................11 40 3 39 seofse \........................... 20 40
..."...25.................. ....: ...16 1 92 net of s w Jt ......................... 16 40 1 92 lot 1.-............ 23; 34 1'
al1..26.................."......"... 16 1 921 n w 1 t of set........ ................. 16 40 1 92 lot 4.-...................... 2S' 40 '
..."... ..................tt......"... 92aiL. s w t of s wi........................ 22 40 1 92: set of s e \........................... 29}
.."...28.................:'......"... 16 1 92all. set of s wi.......................... 40 1 92 neofne }.......................... 29 i
..."...29.................."......u... 16 1 92aiL. swjofnejofne }............... .22 10 1 19 set of net........................... 29
...'...30.................."......"... 16 1 63 n e i ofnw j.......................... 27 40 1 92 neofse I........................... 29
all..."...31..................ll......"...1G 1 631 n w J of n wI.........................27 40 1 92 s e J of ne i.-..... 33
all..."...32.................."......"... 63 Wilbur, Mary M. s e \ ofse |........................... 27 40 1 92: 'swofse J........................... 33 ,
all..:'...33...... .......- ..."......"... 16 1 33 Unknown n w t of n w J........................ 35 40 1 92: seofse }........................... 33 :.

all..34.'I... 16 1 19 s w J of n wI.........................35 40 1 92; lot 1...................................... 34
all..35..................tt......tt... 16 1 33 eof n wi........................... 36 80 2 36 .. lot 2................. .............. .... 34
all..36.................."......"... 16 1 33 Township 28 s range 38 e...... lot 3...................................... 34
all... ...37..... ..........: .....:'...16 1 33 lot 1...................................... 17 19 1 04 lotllot ..................................... 35
rti all..38...... ...........".....:'...1G 13 lot 2......v.............................. 17 40 1 92 1 in arrears for 1887._.......... 35
all.."...39...... ...... ."......"...16 1 33 lot 3...................................... 17 23 1 92 lot 1 in arrears for 1886........... 35 4t
all.."...40.................: ......"...16 l 33 lot 4.......................................17 23 1 92 lot 1 in arrears for 1885............ 35 '

aB.."...41..................."......u... 16 1 63al1..42. lotslot ...................................... 17 36 1 92 lot 2....................................- 35
r.t. ..................tt......tt... 16 1 01all. 6...................................... 17 52 1 92 lot 2 in arrears for 1887........... 35 35
...'"... 13.................." ......"...16 1 63 lot 7........................:............. 17 55 2 66 lot 2 in arrears for 1886............ 35 35 f
all..44.................."......"t...16 1 33 lot i...................................... 18 4 2 66 lot 2 in arrears for 1885............ 35 35

R aI1..45.................."......"...16 1 19all..46 lot 1...................................... 20 64 2 66 lot 2..................................... 36 40
................."......"... 16 1 19 Ward, K. A. sofnw........................... 31 39 7 80 Williams A. F S. n \ lot 6............... ............ .... 36 10
..."... .................."......"...16 1 19 ,
Damon lot 4 des deed book .. 1
G.W.&RC.Unknown part C. p 347 31 30 12 21 Evans Ida F. s 1 of n J of lot 6a ................... 36
"
all..4S.' ................:"...... ...1G 119all. lot 1................................ .....33 51 2 66 Unknown, J lot 6Township.................................
"
t.f r ..: ...49.................. ...... ".16 89 McQuaig, Julia n il lot 2................................. 33 17 1 19 32 s 35 e ,
{ all..."t...50........... ......It.......tt...16 89 Unknown Iot3Iot7.......................................33 20 1 92 Florida Southern R. all and lots 12 3 range and 4...... .....
all..51........... ..... ..... ..
:" : .16 89 ......................................34 21 1 63 R. all and lots 12 3 and 4............
lots 12 and 3 blk 52.... ......"... 1G 67 lot 2................. Company
..................... .34 38 1 92 all and lots 123 and 4..6
lots 67 and
8..52.... ..... ...16 74
4. Township 29 s range 36 e...... all ..................... .................. 8 640
all blk 53................... ...... ... 16 04
x aiL..t....5-1..................tt......tt... 16 1 104 Florida Southern R. all..................... .................. 20. 640 2 80 all........................ ...............
lots 34 5 6 7 8 and 9 blk 55 Eau 11. Company all........................................ 21 640; 2 80 w 1.2 and lots 1 and 2.._......... 101".
? w J....................................... ... ......... '
Gallie................................1G 153 a2 320 16eall all.................. ...... ..
.. out lots 3 and 4..Eau Gal1ie 16 10 ........................................27 640 2 80 all........................................

,Gleason, G. G. out lot 6...................."......"... 16 5 1 1 63 19 all........................................ 28 640i 2 80 all....................................... 20 637 '
i out Jot 7.'i... 16 7 1 33 all.......... ...............................29 640 2 80 all]I ...... .... ........................... -oo 625

r V out lot 8...................."......"... 16 4 1 04 all............. ........................... 30 640; 2 80 all fractional.......................... 24 413
t Gleason, ,.. G. out lot 9..I'......"... 16 5 1 19 all 1 ....................................... 31 640 2 80 all fractional!............... ........... 26 647
all............ .......................... 32 640 ........... 23 '
out lot 12.................."......"... 16 5 1 19 2 80 all except n w } of s w \ .
I out lot 13.................."......"... 16 5 89 all........................................ 33 640 2 80 all................,......................((30
out lot 14.................."......'.... 16 6 89 all.................. ......................34 640 2 80 all........................................ 32 61
out lot 7 89 s w }................... ................. 3, 160 1 04 all....... ................... ...........434 65
out lot .. 5 89 Township 29 s range 38 e.. all fractIOnaL.: .................... ... 36 475
out lot 15..i Unknown s C } of s e \.. 40 3 39 32 38 e
6 89 Township s range
out lot 7 89 SamueK John M. lot 1 and :, 76 3 39 Florida Southern R. n w J and s 1...................N..... "Vj 431

out lot 19.................."......"... 16 8 89 Cable.Unknown' E. 1 I. part n.l lot of 3 ..7'f 25 3 39 R. Co., Charlotte all....................................... 31, 64'sa.
out lot 20.'j... 16 6 89 n 2..8. 40 3 39 Harbor Division w1.2of s w j..3
out lot 21..1. ... 16 6 89 s w J of s '! 40 3 39 Township 32 s range 39 e.

nut Jot ...................."............16 8 89 Foster.M Frank lot 5 .... ... 50 3 39 Unknown nV \ of n e }........................ 1
out lot 23..4... 16 12 89 Irs An Carmichael all fractional........ ............... 161 i 203 7 80 w 1.2 of s w of n e }..-........... 1 25

all hlk D; ..................".....:'... 21 1 3:3alL. : Tengzeliu> *, H. G. E. part of n w \ of n e } being n ne J ofnw 1......................... 31 4C
LA .:'... 8............................... 2all. 1 33MI1..D9. Unknown and w of Goat Creek............ 17 20 2 12 nwofse }.......................... 3' 40
; ............ ....."......"... 21 1 33 fractional s w ?J....................... 27 37 3 39 sir } of se 1...........................3 40
.:....60......... ................."... 21 1 33 Samuels J. M.Unknown lot 1 and 2........................ .....28 74 3 39 n e J of nv i.......................... 4 49
1.(1.................:......:.... Yl 1 19 lot 3...................................... 4 47 2 66 se J of s e \........................... 4' $
all.......G.?... 21 1 19 lot 4.......................................34 64 4 86 swofne 1.......................... 10 t 464C
.tll, ........G3..................h"...... ... "'1 1 19 lot 1 and 2..............................35 82 3 39 set of n e 1.-.............. 10
yll.......64.................."......"... 21 1 19 lots 2 and 3Township............................. 82! 3 39 lot 2................. .................... 11 35
I ,. Mll.."...G. ..................h......"... 21 1 19 30 s range 35 e...... 3 W \ Of 8V 1.......................... 11 3
Florida
all....'...6b.................:'......"... 21 1 19 R. Southern R. all.....................................2643 2 80 seofsw }. .........................11

S ]all..67..... ......../....tt......"... 91 1 19 Company all................................. ....... 4 I It | 642 2 80 neofnw. }-........... .............. 14 1






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THE FLORIDA STARt THURSDAY, APR. 25.: 1889. 5

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OWNER -I DESCRIPI'ION. _S. A. Costs.and NAME OF OWNER. DESCRtPnOY. S. A. Costs.and OWNER. DESCRIPTION OF LAYD. S. A. Taxes and

Costs.
:o Y Township 328 range 39 e. e' I. 35 -
Township s range e. : ..-
12 2 UnknownFlorida n W t ofnw }........... .............14 40 1 92S Florida Southern R. lots 12 3 and 4 of s'of FloridaSo'nthemRall,.' Township 35 s range 36 e
s n e I all......._....._..._.............. ... 36 640 2 80
13 w t ofnw }.....:...................14 40 1 92 R. Company a'w }' and e I of s. .w'l.-.:. 4 432 1 92 Company 3.5

3B 9 e t ofnw t ...h. .................14 40 1 92n aIJ... ;..................... ......... ... 664 way Township s range 37 e.
6
: : 2 80 ..................._.................... 2 695 2 80
1 ofsw ......................
e } ? .14 40 1 92 all............ ........:: .
...... ....... 639
8
.i r. 280 all..................... .. ................. 4 700 2 80
nwofsw ........................
; I) } .14 40 192 n 1............... ... ......... ............10 320 1 92 all......................... ................ 6 718 2 80all.
ofsw ...................
S t
W
} ..... 14 40 1 92 Alderman 'Vm.
0 wI of 8 w }.......... . .. .... 40
.11 3 39 .............................
2Y ............ 8 640 2 80al1.
set ofsw t........................... 14 40 1 92n Florida Southern R. x11............... .... .. .. .............. ..14 640 2 80 ............ .. ..........................10 641 2 80

w I ofse }............ .............. 23 40 1 92 R. Company all.......................................18 638 2 80 nofnw .........
# .........
... 80
Y swofne }...... .................... 23 40 192 all....... ..... ........ ................... 20 639 2 80 Florida Southern R. sl of ......12 74
n and
net of n W t .:.................... 23 40 1 92 not neandnlof wIn, e I s }..........12 560 2 66
4 nw i and R. Co. all....................
Charlotte ...... ............... 14 640 2 80
ofnw .........................
8 e 1 } 23
40 1 92 8 i of s W' t.......................... 22 240
; 163 Harbor Division. all.........................
...............18 6422 80
4Y .t: net of }......... ................. 23 .
s e 40 192 all... ................. .......... .......... 24 M4 2 80 all...... .. ....... .....
.....
............... 20 640 280
of ..... ......
n w 1 8 e 1. .. ............ 23 40 1 92 eof
2 n e s l of n w 1 and s 26 480 221a all........................................ 22 640 2 80
8 w lof 8 e }.. ....................... .23 40 1 92 all................... ... .......... ........ 28 640 2 80 all................_
...
...
............ 24 640
..... 2 80
set ofse #........... ............ .....23 40 1 92 1............ .... .
:.' ........ ............... 30 640 2 80 all................................. ........ 26 640 2 80
1 neofsw }................. ......... 24 40 192S all................... .. .......... ......... 32 6.102all.
80 all......................................... 28 640 280
e 1 of s wi........................... 24 40 1 92 ................... ......... ............34 640
2 80 all.............
.............
.............. 30 642 2 80
2Z 8 w 1 of w }....... .................
n 25
40 1 92n all............... ...... .................. 36 613 2 80 all......................
... .
.
e 1 ofsw }................... ..... 25 40 1 92s Township M 36 ............. 32 640 2 80
8 range e. all.................................. ..... 34 640 2 80
1a e 1 of s wi..................... ..... 25
40 1 92 all.......... ......... ..................... 2 64'' 2 80
all................
... ..
.................. 36 640 2 80
1z swofse }.................. ........ 25 40 1 92 .
aIL...... ............ ............. ........ 4 641 2 80 : 35

neofne }.......:................. 26 40 1 92 all.......... .................. ............ 6 649 2 80 :' all Township..................s. range 38 e.
...................... 2 664 2 80
D w t ofne }.... ................... ... 26 40 1 92s
s all...... ... ......... .... .. ............... 8 640 2 80 all.................
..
...................... 4 676 2 80
wI ofne }....................... .... 26 40 1
a 92s all............ ...... ............. ........10 640 2 80 all.-
e 1 ofne }.................. ..... .. 26 40 1 92 .............. 6 685 2 80
S all.. .... .....:........ .... ........ .......12 640
280 all.................
....................... 8 640 2 80all.
neof nc }.................. .......35 40 1
92 all....... .................. ...... .......14 643
3 2 80 ...............
.......................... 10 640 2 80s
owl of net....... ... .............35
40 192
all ....... .......... ........ .... ......... 639
18 2 80
.......
*j s \ 1. ..............................12 160 104
s w I ofne }..................... .. ... 36 40 1 92
jI all........ .. .. .. .... ............. ... ... 641
20
2 80
H all............
.......
I .....................14 638 2 80
s e I ofnw }.................... ..... 36 40 1 92n
all................... ...... ............... 22 639 2
3jvIi 80 all............ .
::... ......................18 641 2 80
e I ofsw }.... ...................... 36 40 1 92
all............. ........................... 24 639 2 80
all............
...................... 20 640
...... 2 80
n wi of s w t......................... 36 40 1 92
all ..... ........... .. .......... ......... 640
l 26 2 80 all............ .. .
.. ...... ................. 22 638 280
8 w'} of s e }.... .................... 36 40 1 92
all............ ................. .......... 28 641 2 80 w of
J e I of s e 1........-.-.-..-.-...-...-. :-: ->> 40-- 1- 92-- all....... ... ...... ......... .. ............ 30 639 2 80 I net aDd w I of 8 eland
80i
.... .
..... .
sHra \V I. ...................... 24 480 1 12
Township 32 ge'40'en.-- au....... ............ ..... ............... 640
32 2 80 all......
lot 1................... ........... ...... 20 29 1 92 all. ......................... ........ 26 640 2 80
.. .... .................. ....... ........ 639
34 2
80
all
21 ........
lot 1............... ......... ..............20 45 2 21 all ................................ 28 640 280
...... ............ .................. ... 36 639 2 80 all........
lot ........ ....................... 30 643 280
2........... .................... ..... 30 40 2 21 Township 34 s 37
64 | range e. all......................................... 32 640 280
lot 3...................................... 30 36 1 92 all
...... ............ ..................... 2 649
2 80 all.......
....
lot 4...................................... 30 36 1 92 all. ............................. 34 638 2 80
................. ......... ............ 646
4 2 80 all.........
i lot 5...................................... 30 40 2 21 all.......... ......... ..................... 6 640 2 80 ................................ 36 6402 80

a lot 6............. ......................... 30 40 3 39 all......... .................. ............ 8 641 2 80 Olmstead Township 35 s range 39 e. .

S lot 7.............................. ...... 30 21 1 48 x11....... ... ......... ..................... 10 640 2 SO IUrs. C. s w t of n w 1 and n w I of s w 1 2f 80 1 92

lot 8...................................... 30 41 60 all.................. ......... ...... ......12 641 2 80 Unknown Township 35 s range 40 e.

i lot 1.................... ............... 81 52 486 all......... ......... .....................14 640 2 80 + w t of n e }.......................... 4 40 1 92n

i lot 3...................................... 31 18 89 all......... ......... ............... ..... 640 w t ofse }.......................... 4 1 92
.18 2 80
a I! lot 4.................................... .. 31 21 1 19 all......... .................. ............ 20 640 2 80 s lot w t. of 8 e }........................... 9 40 192

lot 5...................................... 31 30 1 63 all................... ......... ............ 640 4 ........................-.0 64 633
22 280 .
lot 6................................. .... 31 39 1 92 all.......... ...... ... ..................... Russell, Susan P. n I lot 1......... ....................... 16 2 4 13
s o 5 acres of lot 8......................32 5 74 24 642 2 80 Unknown lot 2.. ....... ............................ 1 68 7 80
all.. .
.. .. ... .................. ............ 26 640 2 80
Y Hendry A. A. s w 1 of s w }.............. ........ 40
05 acres of lot 9............. ........ 32 5 74 ...17 1 19n
all............ ............ .. .... ........ 28 640 2 80
w t ofnw }........... ............. 20 40 1 63
Township 33 s range 35 e all.......... .. ............ .... ........... 30 639 2 80 Unknown
s Southern R. all............ ........................... 2 659 2 80 all..... ...... .. ...... ................... n e f of s e i.......................... .22 40 1 92

R Company u ........................................ 4 642 2 80 all.................. ......... ............ 34 32 640 640 2 2 80 80 aw lot 3 tof......eat................:................ 26 63 7 80
._ ._ .
u .................................... ... 6 624 2 80 all....... ... ...... ............ ............ 3f;>> 640 2 Ro 36- .35.;:...... 'IV 4r 40.... v Q vv QA

s 'I ........................................ 8 639 2 80 Township 3-t s 38 n Township s range

21s ........................................ 10 640 2 80 Florida Southern: R. all............... ....range..... .... ...e......... Florida Southern R. all....................................... 2 694 2 80
4 651 2 80
R. all..... .
s Company. ................. ................. 4 693 280
all
of fractional n eland s e R. Co. Charlotte all....... ................
.. .
.. ..... ......
(G; 640 2 80 all.
and 1.2................ ............ ........................... 6 810 2 80
w ............12 482 2 41 Harbor Division all.
...
.......... .. ......................
8 641 2 80s all..
s al1............,......... .................. 14 637 2 80 of set and w J...... ....... .... ...................................... 8 640 2 80

11II u ................ ........................ 18 618 2 80 all.. ................. ...... ... ............10 401 280 all............... .........................10 640 280

u ............................ ............ 20 640 2 80 all......... ........ ...... ... .............18 642 2 80 all........................................12 640 280

N 1 1l u ............. ........................... 22 640 2 80 all......... ...... ............ ............ 20 641 2 80 all............................ ...........14 640 280

II] u ...................... .................. 24 483 2 21 w i of nw t and w 1 ofsw ... 22 640 2 80 all............................... .........18 724 280

2 u ............................... ......... 26 638 2 80 all.......... ......... ...... ...........#.... 26 160 104 all. ........... ......................... 20 640 2 80
28 641 2 80 all.. .
...
...
............................... 640 2 80
o e 1 e 1.2 of n \V 1 8 12........... 28 557 2 80 all......... ...... ... ...... ..... .......... 22
..2 all......................... ............... 30 618 2 80 all.......... .....: ......... ... .... ........ 30 641 2 80 all........................................ 24 640 2 80
32 640 2 80 all...
l .e ............. ........................... 32 640 280 all.................. ......... ............ ..................................... 26 640 2 80
, u ... 34 640 2 80 all..... ................. ................. 28 640) 2 80
............... ..................... 34 640 2 80 Unknown Township 34 s 40
range e. all.................... ..................... 702 2
lots 12 and 1.2............ .. ...... 30 80
\V 36 488 2 21
; lot 1........ .
..... ..... .... ..............
3 28 1 33 all.......... .
.... ........................ 32 640 2 80
i Township 33 8 range 36 e lot 2................. ... ..
........... .. ...
' 3 36 1 92 all..
29 all...................... .................. 2 711 2 80u Jot 3............... ..... ...... ............ ....................................... 34 640 2 80

I ............................... ......... 4 718 2 80u lot 4...... ..... ............... ....... ..... 3 3 45 22 1 1 48 92 all......................................... 36 640 2 80

1I ............. ........................... 6 640 2 80 lot 5..............:..... ......... .... .... Township 368 range 36 e.
3 54 2 21 all...
I 1 u ...................... .................. 8 639 2 80 I lot 6........... .... ......... .. ............ ..................................... 2 663 2 80
3 65 2 66 .
, 1 u .......... ..............................10 640 2 80 s w t ofnw I.................... .. ... all ........................................ 4 661,280

1 t. u ...................... .................. 12 640 2 80 gel ofnw }........ ....... ........... 3 40 1 92 all................... .................... 6 6 2 80
: 4 u 3 40 1 92 all...... .................................. 640
1 ............................ ............14 640 2 80 neofsw I...... ......... .. ......... 8 280

1 u ................... ..................... 18 634 280'I #.................. ...... 3 40 192nwofsw all........................................10 640 2 80

7 u ......................... ............... 20 636 2 80 i ofswseofsw 1....................... ... 3 40 192sw all.....................:..................12 694 2 80

1 c. ............................... ......... 22 639 2 80 }.................. ....... .. 3 40 1 92 all..... ............. ......................14 640 2 80

................ ... .................. ... 24 640 2 80 lot 1........... ............... ....... .. ... 3 40I 92 all..... ...................................18 641 280

'JJ Jfitf .. ..... .. .............. ..... ...... ...... 26 640 2 80 lot 2........ ............ ...... ............ 4 4 54 37 1 1- 92 92 all all..........................................20 642 2 80
Ie ......................................... 640
.......... ..................... ......... 28 641 2 80 lot 3...... .. ... ............... ....... .. ... 22 280
4 45 1 92 all
15 u ................... ..................... 30 636 2 80 lot 1........... ...... ......... ....... .. ... 5 34 2 66 ......................................... 24 705 2 80

1! .......... ......... .................... 32 638 2 80 lot 2...... .. ... ...... ..................... all........................................ 26 640 2 80
5 38 1 92
21 u ...................... .................. 34 640 280 lot 3........... ........ .... ........... ... 5 50 2 66n all................................. ....... 28 638 280
Ie all....................::.................. 640 2 80640
Ii ............................ ...... ...... 36 640 280 w i ofne }......... ...... ....... .... 30
8 40 1 92s all.............
2 33 37 ............................ 32 2 80
.Township s range e. w t ofne I..........................
1 !! att .................. ...................... 640 2 80.e net of n w I........ .................. R 8 40 1 92 all......................................... 3.j 640 2 80
21 40 192 all.....................................____ 730 $tn
AA 2
1 ......................... ... ...... ...... 641 2 80 get of nw }................. ......... 8 1 92 ----n 'IV. -

It ................... ........ ............. 6 639 2 80 --I Township 36 a rang3f e.
lot 1........... ........................ ...
9 1 92 Florida Southern
1.I II R. all. .............................. ......... 635
2 80
1.I'! ............................... ......... 8 640 2 80u lot 1................. ... .... .. ....... .. .. 2
.0 791 1 3 39 R. Co. Charlotte
all......................................... 641 2
................. .......... ............ 640 2 80 4 80
10 lot 2...
..... ......... ... .................. 80' 86
10 4 Harbor Division
U all......................................... 647
.... .............. 6 2 80
..
1 : .. ... ........1..12 639 280 '
I lot 3........... ...... ................ .. ... 79'
10 4 86
'I .......... ......... all.. ....................................... 8 640 2 80
...... ...............14 640 2 80 lot 4........ ....... .. ... ...... ........ ....10 77 3 39 all.
1 'e ................... .................. ...18 642 2 80 lot 1.................... .............. ... ......................................10 640 2 80
19
., .11 1 19 all. .
..................................... 640
< ......................... ............... .20 640 2 8 O lot 2.......... ...... .......... .. ...... ... 12 2 80
.11 26 1 63
all
SS
,., ....................................... 640 2
.. .......................... ........ .... 22 643 28 0 1 lot 3.............. ........................ 11 37 1 92 .14 80
all.... ..................................... 640 2
80
Jl .... .............. ..................... 24 643 2 80u lot 1..y. ...... .... 18
.......... .... .. .... 1-1 38 1 92' all............................ ............ 20 640 2 80
Si ..... ... ...... ..:... 26 637 2 80 lot 3. ...... ......... ... ............. ....
.14 42 3 39
". ................ ... ........... all...................... ........... ........ 22 639 2 80
.... ...... 28 640 2 80
lot 1....................... .. .. ...... ... i
18
15 119
fSS ................... ............... ...... 30 640 28 0 lot 3......... ....... .... .. ..... ....... ... 44 all........................................ 24 639 2 80
.15 3 39
a ................... ............... ...... 32 640 2 80 lot 2.............. ......... ...... ... ..... all....................................... 26 640 2 80
21 23 1 92 .
I' all......................................... 640
s ......................... .............. 34 638 280 Russell Susan P. n lot 3 and n of ...... ... 28 2 80
................ ........ ............... 639 s wi. .21 87 3 68 all........................................ 30 640 2 80
I Township 33 38 36 2 80 Unknown lot 1........ ......... .. ...... ...... ........23 17 1 92 all. .. ........ ............................ 32 640 2 80

J Florida Southern R all......... ........8..range............e......... 6 646 2 80 Russell, Susan P. lot fractional 16 and n s e e I.1..of....8. ..W....!..and.. ... all......................................... 34 640 2 80

4' ............ 28 228 15 35 all................. ....................... 36 640 2 80
1j R. Co., Charlotte ....... ...... .. ............ S 638 2 80 Jones, M. P. and wife S 110t lad all lots 2 3 4 and n

j Harbor Division I' .................................. .... ..18. 640 2 80 e 1 of set........ .................. Township 36 s range 38 e.
., .33 160 15 35 all........................................ 640
......................... .. ............. 2 2 80
20 639 2
80 Unknown lot 1.... .. ......... .. ... ...... ...........
II .................................... .... 28 641 280 Florida Southern R. Township 35 s 35 ...... 34 9 1 92 all...................... ................... 4 636 2 80

II .......... .......... ................... range e. all........ ................................. 6 635 280
.S 30 640 2 80 R. all................. .................. .....
Company. 2 661 2 80
-, Ie .................................... .... 32 639 2 80 I all............................ ............ 8 640 2 80

S w +. w 1 aod w i of 8V }- ...... .... 34 160 104 all..4 62 280 all................ .........................10 640 2 80

Township 338 39 e. 680 2 80 all.................... ....:..............12 640 2 80

'JJ range 640 2 80 all......................................
Unknown neofne }......... ................. ..14 638 2 80
.12 40 1 92 all.......... ........................ ... ...10 642 2 80
all........................................ 638
ofne ................ 18 2 80
owl } ........
.12 40 1 92 .....
all.. .. ...... ......... ..............
.12 641 2 80
all................................... .
1S ...... 640
swofne #........ ............... ...12 40 20 280
1J 19.2 all.............. ........ ........ .........14 640 2 80 all
.................. ..................... 640
ofne ........ ........ 2 80
set 1. ....... ...12 40 1 92n 22
all.................... ... ................ 18 649 2 80 all.
........................................ 641
e 1 ofsw t......................... 24 280
.12 40 1 92 all..... ..
s .................. ......... ...... ?'/. 638 2 80 all.
...............................
i owl of 8 w t ..... ... ............. ...12 40 1923w ........ 26 640 2 80
640 2 80 all......................................... 641 2 80
J'J 1 of sw i.-... .,12 40 1 92 all........................................ 24 641 2 80 28
aeofse }...... .....................12 40 Del net ofse J..... ............. 30 200 82
192n all.. ..................... .... ............. 26 640 2 80

w t ofse #...... ....................12 40 1 92 .. all. ........ ....................... ...... ... )8 641 2 80 lot Township 36 s range 40 e.

Jl' ssvofse #I........................ ...12 40 192seofse all......... ...... ...... ...... ...............30 647 2 80 Unknown 86 9 27

:J } ...... ....... ..............12 40 192 aIL. .... ................... -...............32 640 2 80 Williams, F. B. w \3..i 160 1 63

gel of s e i........................... 13 40 1 92 all ..... ... .................... ............34 639 2 80 Unknown n 36 I 3 39
F. B. w s eland wI.................... 400 6 33
Township 33 8 40 all....... ....... Williams .12
range e. ............... ... ........ 3G 641 2 80
'.1S lot 1...................................... G 51 192 Township 35 s range 36 e. all........ ................................. 13 672 9 27

lot Y...................................... 6 50 192 ............... .. ........................ 95g 3 39 Florida Land & Mortgage .

:J lot 3..................... ................ 6 57 1 92 all.............. ....... .................... 21 1 3 39 Co., Limited all......................... ...............14 639 5 35

lot 7........ ............. ............... 40 1qa all........ ...... .................. ........ 6 9966 3 39 Unknown s e \ of s e }........................... 16 40 1 92

, lot 8..................................... 44 1 92 all.......................................... 8 640 2 80 Florida Land & Mortgage all............... .............. ......... 23 639 5 15

.J lot 6.... ..................................1- 30 1 92 all......................................... 101 640 I .2 80 Co., Limited. all........................................ 24 648 5 15

lot 4..................................... 40 1 92 all............. ... .......... ... ...... 640 2 SO all........................ ............... 25 646 5 15

ilJ lot 6.......... .............................16 26 1 19 all I ...... ........ ... ... .. 121 all...........................................26 640 5 15
lot 8 .......... .f 640 2 80 all........................ ............... 640 5 15
;, Wilbur, Mary M. .......................... 16 30 1 92n t. } .f ;; } ; d 181 35

it Haifllin, W. A. lots 1 and 2.................... ... 18 40 3 39 8 !.............. .................... 300 Township 36 s range 41 e.

' Unknown lot 2...................................... 21 43 2 66 all..... ................................ .20600 22 640 2 80 Hamilton, X. B. part G. of rac'l s w J des deed book

hJ lot 3.................................. .... 21 32 1 92 all.........................................24 640 2 80 of page 238................._...... 7 3 1 19

J lot 4...................................... 21 39 1 92 all........ .................................... 26 640 2 80 Chaffee, E. C. part book fractional s w J des deed

1 lot G..................................... .21 32 1 92 all......................... ................. 28 640 2 80 G. p447....................... 7' 5 9 27
lotl........ ..
..........
.....
Unknown ............ 49 7 80
lot 1_..... ............ ..................22 15 1 19 all................................ ........ 30, 684 2 80 .18
n w \............................... .. 160 3
.. 39
Williams F. B.
J 1J 1J lot 2............. .......... ............. 27 88 1 92 all........................................ 32 640 2 80 19
n e J of s e }....;...................... 40 1 92
1J J lot 2.........................: ......... ....28 43 1 92 all.............. ......................... 34] 640 2 80 30
Florida Land & Mortgage sw }..................M..................1916 3 3UIf

f Co., Limited seofsejwofsej: and w f 30] 440 68

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:1 I RAY & BRYAN, CARDS.


I. J; ST. LTJCIE HOUSE, GEO B. RUMPH. S. H. RAY rtoslan woll L.A.. GIN GRAS, d

to:
A.IBBI61TIOI D
. JI Indian River, Florida, AffHT-LHT AND KfffAEI PDEu -jf

Ee-FarnMied, b XOWOPES I II COITRiQORS,
lab-en
r Preparatory to opening op and making II I Rock Ledge, F1orich. i:.
I
.t, + FOB'GUESTS, under the 3Un- room for my Extensive and Varied I 8eceeunte J. C. Hanrood asd Co., Solicit Correspondence. f -,';1",

_'.t, agement of its old proprietor and owner. ,, TITUinLLE, FLORID i D. L. G ALZDEN, :

.'. s tr .LAMES PAINE, i TITUSVillE, FLA. I

},: Proprietor, i Spring StockI t i O. J". ECTOR: : ; ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, ,
:
'II Titnaville,
Florida.
} St.Lucie, Florida.: ,i I I I

: i : i 1 Hardware and JONES & WILLIAMS, :ji..i.
x.: ir (
1' ; BACOTT & CO. have Inaugurated a r i

I i General Produce i 5 tttorDe.i-at-La f-fTitu
G-B.A.1\TD: 'MerchandiseSTORE.
II s t TITC.SVILLE, FXA, i *ril1e.! FltridJ. .

: t.:;! TIN&SBEETIRONWORKERS.GUTTERIXG. :: CLEARANCESALE : MERCHANT.i f!t GE0. BOBBINS, : 2f -


." .'f. .i : I i > Florida ATTORNEY-AT-LAW s4-

ROOFI\'G, '
I
f l Acd 3Iannf3Ct'irins. of Tin Ware. \ I A. M. Hamilton & Co., TrrrsviLLE, FLA. i r

GALVANIZED WORK, .. ; t i IfI'fUSVILLE!, FLORIDA, A.
j j I I Wholesale Dealers In THRASHEPATTORNEYATLAW
And R 'pairini of all kinds ;Ii i I propose to keep
t i OFFERING SIT ENTIRE LINE OF
Z I River
4I Indian1
I I IA Oysters P O. Boi 20. SAXTOED, I'LL "
JIOfaUOIl 'fAlXtr- .., near ri-er. I First-Class Stock : -wile practice ir all tee: ecaz.rea cf tte Setetb '
:21 I WINTER 1 Circuit id Scpretse: : Court 3 ;'
I i. .t FISH

FOR SALE, ; -()FGROCERIESJ- i t Green Turtle and Game. I A LLL" F. HEY SER,


; ,' 50 ACRES OF LAND \ EDEN DRESS ,! AIl order will,nceiprompt whether by telegraph and careful, attention i Attorney-Ei-Law & Jn1GJan ,1.

) letter or erson.: IT
: QUARTER OF A MILE BEAUTIFUL I.ake4)rth Dade County, Florida. '

RIVER FROXT. 1 1t GOODS : PIONEER COOPERAGE Will farni-h Abstracts of Title to Dade *.'

t ; Ym R. : : Syrup Barrels $2.25. CQuntland. *. (l; ,".
{ NEW Housecoslainini 0 -
I
:: oms.l Cos"t.f !
.A.t order cents extra.
Gauged to ten BURCHFIELP,
i' Pert of Orange; and Pine-Apple : ; :a. :

., ;.' E f DRY GOODS !: Wheelwrighting and Repairing.C. .
Enquire of i ,, COUNTY SURVEYOR. !

: JOSEPH HURST, St. Lucie, Fla. ,J! A LARGE LINE OF 1 0B.. Orders by mail will receive as prompt t
it i Honey barrels and Oval Water Breaker?
; I : NOTIONS attention a* calls in penon.Address .t
r : from .-.00 up.
f' 'DOLT.A.RS SE3:0ES: I : Georgiana, Fla. '
j J Tanksand
: t WILL BUY THE FAVOBITESX3ST ; ? ATKINSON. f
3Iens' Ladies A: fhilflrens'isH.OES. I all kind of COOPER"ORK to order. H.
l; [ EB. i HATS SHIRTS PANTS J *
-
: tj T. JOIIXSOX.
\LE. I JUSTICE OF THE PEACE .
t 11..1.Grange. : : Florida.
i {; 'SEWIXG(: 3IACKIXE. ETC., AT COST. : : t For the Second Justice District of Bre-|=

t > :j With drop'l at fuss roT-'. to large drawer ,: card county; Court days, third 3Iondaj :
'i U,: e with tiiek! naf+. and a !.Jeff of AtUcLmect, I ., : Oak Lawn House of each month._ i
1 equal to anySifcetr 1I..e'-lL&l'tld for J40 and np- I

41 wzrd uk 'd.weV b. Ca:1n..tA trW ar,'[;O"1r b.tc", btfore Iayment i, 1 1I I I Make Redactions on Many I 1 : THE MUSIC HOUSE OF FLORHII :, .

Bay direct from the 3taa.ctnr.r. and *atc Lake Worth, Dade County, Fla. ."
B.A.rS: .
:
*' proflU, betide cttiuir rrtidats of warrantee i II ----
for J j'ar .Sen.4 for t:*timonul
Sowing 3Iacliine Co., i Rooms single or in Suit=. .; A .B. CAMPBELL 1
t.
t
.:!I 517 Onfnt.. I'hlliilelphla. An knovr I can pace You Money on I Jacksonville, Fla.:J JI .

'. : I." S&-. .We: Pay the Freight. -s& 42ILWISG Purchase=. !! CLOTHING NEAR THE INLET. I i; ,

r BOUGHT THE INDIANS !i: I.
; will Sell and Deliver at your nearest
4. Best View of Lake and Ocean i
; \ RIB BAKERY station First-Class "tPIAJXrOS
MY STOCK OF I .

\ We Trill. Keep .,n Hand Every Day NEAP Gent's Furnishing Goods, And best Hunting and Fishing grounds :
f on Lake Worth.

r 1! FRESH BREAD, CAKES, PIES, AI0CROCKERY Fine Lawn shaded by monster Oaks !1 r ORr
SPRINGMILLINERY
and Tropical Growth, both !. OR.G-.A.NB :; .
-" ETC. ALSO Wild and Cultivated.
.
GLASSWARE For. Ll.s MONEY than any other house la u.a f, -
Try us once and you will come again. : rutted Statrp. J always piarantee instruments to '|_.
Bottlers of Sodawafer Ginger be as represented. I w ill Lip a Piano or Orjaa 19
L ALLEN E. HEYSEB, Proprietor. any hcnwt man or woman on trial and U set
i satisfactory. I will pay freight both waIL S2i -
:
(
oil '
I HARDWARE '. cuh and JlOa month on a Piano,and|10 cahsfi4 '
; I Ale and other Drinks. GREEN AND DRIED FRUITS, ''I. $5 a month on an Organ till paid for-not mack
more than ordinary rent. On these very liberal ..
; LADIES'; HATS, Foreign and Domestic. j: terms anyone can own a instrument. Seed for .
AND ;
FREE CATALOGUE eontainicg full information. '
ALL ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT :
RIBBONS, cord eon,, and in fact, every Musjcai laitronieat
j Selser Bro that is made and at very low price Send for cos
I ;. ATTEXTIOX. FEATHERS, Goods. Comp'y plete Catalogue*. I bare 20.000 piece of Choice
Ship Chandlery !I ilnic at 10 cent per copy. S.d 0 books of CbotetHasic .,
Have Commenced Arrive. These at 10 cents her eopj5.0l0 Books of Choic
r ; S. A.. BELCHER &. COMPANY, to Agents for Bishop, Hoyt & Co's Hammock Vocal and Instrumental Music at 50 cent andII -
will be added to constantly. Also, I Land Florida Oranges, .,c ent Any piece of sheet music published at S +,
PROPRIETORS, t(:;0 per cent below publisher price Books of S Apiece
,: Citra, Florida. :, *each.sheet mntic sue, 10 cent Send tot t

TITUSVILLE, FLA. SPRING DRESS GOODSA !! Catalogue ,
A. B. Campbell, Jacksonville, Fla. 'r >,
; 40 :, ...,. ...
r' These will be main features of .
the
my j W-lyr. -
t COMMISSION MERCHANDISE. I Plention this paper.]
: FOR SALE Most Beautiful Line of all Em- business, but orders sent me for anything
kept in any store in Titus- t6-A man who is interested in his own )J
broidered yule will be promptly filled.Fruits.Eggs I welfare will be pleased to know thai +t

i THE GIMAS GROVE LADIES' ROBES, Special Attention Giien Florida Fruits. I ANDREW GIBSON I 4

,it\ And all over 28 X. Delaware Ave, and 20'Water .,t. Keeps the finest oysters to be found in :'

; AT ROCK LEDGE, FLA., Will buy Chickens, Titus-ilte, .
Philadelphia Pa.
i VALENCIENESE LACE ,
Consisting of CO Acre* of Land 44 AND SERVED IN STYLE TO SUIT TATKOX3. .:.
.at r ; ; Or Country Produce mcU8tomers
In White and Black. any References-Seventh Xat'l. Bank Produce .
Acres Under Fence, and in cultivati.n or friend may bringto Nat'l. Bank; )Iercantilegencie:1 Baiti Bread alirays on hand. J ;

1: in Orange and Lemon Trees, Ladies' Silk Mitts, Gloves, Etc. market.I or any Produce House Philadelphia. Also a firstclawsBarber shop attached. .::1i '

22 Acres in Bearing all in
;
x A large line of Corsets from 50 cents I
Fir,t-class Condition. to 5.00 each.Gentlemen's. Traveling North or South take the -I
ask for a share of the public patronage -
t For particulars apply to or inquire of ,
and come as a supplicant, not a

., H I, L. A. Gingras, Esq.,. Laundried and Unlaun- dictator courteous, asking treatment for your,favors.If good :Mallory: S. S. Line, ; 1i
dried Shirts.
k t Or to G. .J. GINGRAS, on the Premises.at goods and low figures is yk
.; The most Varied Line of Gent1emen'sStraw the candidate for ,-'
public favor, via Fern.an.din.a. betweenNew : '
.
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"t
Hats and Marked
bought cheap ;
then I'melected.
; Rock Ledge, Florida.

.'' it'l I 42-Smo. Low Down. York and Florida, Boston, Philadelphia and the East, .

.
i I NOTICE OF IXCOUPORATIOX.Notice
for Chattanooga
Agent Plow Co.
If\ is hereby given that I the undersigned My Chilled Plows antI SugarCane Sailing
e' ..,. person have formed a company for
I the purpose of on-tructing, maintaining Mills. FROM NEW YORK FERXANDIXA
STOCK OF GROCERIESWas CITY FROM ,
and railroad, tram-road
operatin a or .
t PIER 21, E.R EYERY: FRIDAY.r CENTRE STIEET WHARF EVERY THntfDAT.l.he
t from Lake Puin ett to Rockled and Cocoa -
( with the privilege of extending to City never more complete.I Iron Steamships STATE OF TEXAS, CITY OF SAX AXTOXIO and
r Point, about parallel with the Indian River RIO GRAXDE
:r- :!r through the town of Rockledge, Cocoa pride myself on the Superior Butter,
ear: Are ,
large, elegant, deep-draft and comfortable, sailing alternatelyTable
t t and City Point, Fla. The name of said Coffee, Teas, Crackers, Etc., I am en- the best on the Coast.
"
railroad, or tram-road, conpan'is IndianRiver
f abled to offer the trade.I .
and Lake Poinsett Railway Com SCHEDULE.
; ; pany." The railroad is to run from Lake keep in Stock Plant's Flour-none ,
._ i Poinsett to Rockledge): and Cocoa, with J I NORTII.BorND, from Fernandina connecting with 5:40 p. m. train from Jackson-
o privilege of extension to City Point through better. ville.

d' 1r I cackled with e, Cocoa the and river,City 7 to Point 14 miles, about in Grits and Meal arriving every week, I CITY OF SAX ANTONIO, Captain 'V lder.............:.. u liar i thhSTATE

: length parallel, all in Brevard County, Florida. insuring it Fresh and Sweet. OF TEXAS, Captain Williams...................... u "
.. .. The company's capital stock consists of I, CITY OF SAX AXTOXIO, Captain Wilder............... u U ," 21st.:
1 of one hundred shares of one hundred dollars Large Stock of Hay and Grain at all I STATE OF TEXAS: Captain Williams.................... u 2Sth'
!I i: each-510,000-with privilege of increasing times. T ) FHIt CITY OF SAX; ANTONIO, Captain Wilder.ff ; ............... "u Anr 1. 4th
r' 1 such stock to 230 shares of $100 .
Moat close living prices made on all Order all Freight via Mallory Steamship Line from Pier No. :1 :E. R, New York.
:: :,t each, in all. The undersigned compose its formSonobSned1*located**all principal points through Florida, where tickets can 1e ecnr l ta*
goods in this line.
I first Board, of Directors:
C. B. MAGRUDEH .a-tate-room.and berthlcnred in advance from Jacksonville and Fernandina office.5T .
: j from F. R.k N.B'yrnn directly to ahip's side at Fernandina.
If. S. WILLIAMS
t 3Any further information can be tined from
*-' LEWIS Po WE, .J. )1. CUTLER p *p Dger Agent, i rner Bar and Hogan street,JacksontUle,I1aG. .
G EO. B. w "
R. P. PADDJSOy, RUMPH, HCDBY.gen ,Fercaudina, Fla.
H. H.
RAYMOND, General Traveling Ags ..tC
.- E. P. PORCHER.
..' This March's! ,"A.'D. 18SD 41-3mc. TITUSYILLE, FLA. s. II. R..a. H. MALLORY CHI.
,V. & CO.. General! Agents,., Pier 20 E. R. M YORK

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L. C. OLIVER. F. T. BUDGE. make .OOper %f any dealer Ian he has the W.L.Douglas
AGENTS profit telling our S ocs without Dame and price itampea
We beat the the bottom, put him down aa a fraud
for low price A
". OLIVER: BTJIDG-E KED FLUSH I.HOTOUKA.P.iAL1 '.
SVfxlOtt, Embotuted padded side,raid edges,extension
claxp holding a pages of Cabinet and Card
pictures*, dent for |LOO,retail for $t3:bound: also
Dealers in Of in tnboe'a Morocco.FINER Illostntted circular* FREE

-STY1.KSOFFnnbee _
%Jfen;kin, LOOMSA

GEORGIA PINE LUMBER Cincinnati. Ohio. .
'
double their money
CENTS filing Finished our Corrugated B B ASS

REFLECTS SAFETY
SHINGLES AND LATHS.GENERAL LAMP.
Can h+ cM in every family. Gireamoieliirht
than three ordinary larnpe.
Ful! aizM Lam r Kent by Express for
thirty cente alto have the Leot
@.'I'tiff! (')ft"P't Pot In the U. S5.n .
EJA..R.D: WARE, : "- J FP: HEE&licMAKINCIncinnatldrh.



Sash, Doors and Blinds ; Stoves, Tinware and Crockery. SCOTT'SEMULSIO' .a \ z



W. L. DOUCLAS
i PAINTS AND OILS, CJC :> -.. ..: '-"

I d9 FOR
II
I \ HOE
Water Coolers Ice /O GENTLEMEN.Beit .
! Refrigerators Cream Freezers
In the world. Examine his
85.00 GENUINE HAND-SEWED! SIIOE.
84.00 HANDSEWEUVELT SHOE.

I Screen Wire, Screen Windows, Screen-Wire Doors. OF PORE GOD LIVER OIL I 82.83.50 82.35 O EXTRA POLICE AVORKINGMAN'S; VALUE AND FARMEKV CALF SHOE.: SHOE.SHOE.

j AND HYPOPHOSPWT7Almost ; 82.00 and 81.75>> BOYS' SCHOOL SHOES
All made In Congress, Button and Lace.

i i POWDER AT NEW YORK PRICES Palatable as Mile.So W. L. DOUGLASS3

disguised that it can be taken
: TITUSVILLEFLORIDA.: digested aDd assimilated by the most SHOE LADRES..
sensitive stomach, when the plain oil Best Material. Bent Stjle. Beet Fitting.
Cannot be tolerated; and by the combination If Dot sold by your dealer, write
TROPICAL AND SUB-TROPICAL FRUITS AND FLOWERS. of the oil with the hypophoo W. L. DOUGLAS. BROCKTON. :MASS
FACTORY. I phitei it much more efficaeloui.
MALABAR CIGAR
j ju. Ir
BY
FOR SALE
r
Egyptian Queen Pine Slips. Beaarkable as a flesh producer

C. Starck, Proprietor. INDIAN RIVER NURSERIES. Persons pin rapidly while taking U. C. J. HECTOR,

Manufacturer of fine Havana and Do- Bone Meal, Tobacco Stems, Cotton-seed Meal Cow Peas & Fertilizers. SCOTT'S EMULSION is acknowledged by
Physician to be the Finest and Best preparation Melbourne, ria.I .
mestic Cigars. Trade supplied with fine CATALOGUE MAILED FREE. TERMS CASH.
in the world for the relief and cure of
band made goods. Orders promptly filled.
Factory at Malabar, Fla. 28 JOHN B. BEACH, Indian River Nurseries, East Melbourne, Fla. CONSUMPTION, SCROFULA.
CENERAL DEBILITY, WASTINGDISEASES


1 A. FROSCHER, S"t Ce COLDS and CHRONIO, EMACIATION COUGHS., ICUREFgTS

Florida Clyde lZ1sb.ip >. TAt great remedy for OonsvmpKan, and
Titusville, in Children. Sold
! Waning by all DruggbU.
Keeps f ull'supply: of metallic and wooden New York, Charleston & Florida Lines.The .
98Z Solid field

. Coffins, Cases and Caskets. Magnificent Steamships(of Standard this Line Time.are)appointed to sail as follows : Sold u.Perfect.t for$S3$1&iaknpet'watch ti0.fnud.la emit the waccb.FMH| IWhen I

"Uustiag CMM.Bvtk Udwt
. Funerals attended if desired. All orders f.. f sad paW aUts,with works
..
and ca.tU f squat nl.
; promptly executed, and at reasona ,,, I One Person la..dllo- I do to
CURS not merely
For Jacksonville. From Jacksonville to New York I say mean
done. caitiy eaa nears oas fAe,
ble rates.: EI balming I iretber with.mr tarp aadTtluaol stop them for time,and then hare them return -
;; CHEROKEE(via. Charleston),Fri., Mar. 1,3 p. in. SEMINOLE, Sunday, March 3, at 6 a. m. lido .f household again. I MEAN A UA1HCAL CUEE.
IROQUOIS (vim.Charleston), Fri., Mar. 8,3 p. m. CHEROKEE. Thursday, March 7, at 9 a. m. Sample Tat..Mnple.M I hare made the disease of
N A UM N'S 8EMIKOLE(direct), lues.,Mar. 12.3 p. m. IROQUOIS Thursday, March 14, at 2 p. m. well Free M,..the.elatter watch you"aY.w. acid kept
CHEROKEE (via Charleston), Fri., Mar. 15,3 p. m SEMINOLE Sunday, March 17. at 5 a in. them in your home for A month and ikowm them to tho. FITS EPILEPSY or
IROQUOIS (direct), Tues, Mar. 19,3 p. m. CHEROKEE, Thursday, March 21, at 7 a. m. who may have railed they become you OWB propertr.ThoM
V NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY SEMINOLE (via.Charleston), Fri., Mar. 22, 3 p. m. IROQUOIS, Sunday, March 24, at 10 a. m,. who writ at once. ran be rare .t reeeivtBff tho iwatela Address FALLING SICKNESS,
CHEROKEE (direct), - Tuee, Mar. 26,3 p. m. SEMINOLE Thursday, March 28, at -' p. m. and B boson Sampled da; Co.We, Box pay all 818.eS1lre.l.Portland&ellrht.ecc.,Maiae.SBa life-long etudy. I WARRANT my remedy to
THE PIONEER AGENCY. IROQUOIS (via. Charleston), Fri, Mar.2),3 p. in. CHEROKEE, Sunday March 31. at 5 a. m. CURE the worst cases. Because' others bare
IROQUOIS, Thursday, April 4, at 7 a m. ._
r 8eWID failed is no reason for not now receiving a cure.
i ,To at .UaeIaIDeFRBH Send at once for a treatise and a FREE BOTTLB
# For terms and sample copies address For Fernandina. From Fernandina to New York p7lj 2J planar trade IB of my INFALLIBLE REMEDY. Cue Express

I and rood when the poj lo can tea and Post Office. It costs you nothing for a
CHAS.H. NAU IAN, YEMASSEE(via. Charleston).Toes., Mar 5,3 p. m. DELAWARE, Sunday March 3, at 6 p. m them,we will Mad free to one'person trial, and it will cure you. Address
: DELAWARE(via Charleston)Tues, Mar.12.3 p. m. YE\IAS.'EE. Sunday March 10. at 7 p. m. in each l<<&UtJ.!!*very
Fla. YEMASSEE (via Charleston) Tues., Mar. 19.3 p. m. DELAWARE; Sunday, March 17, at 4 p. in. best Mwiar-machia mad lathe H.C.ROOT,M.C., I83PcAftlST..NraYasiXPIANOS
Brevard world with all the attachments.
Haulover P. O., county, DELAWARE(via Charleston)Tues., Mar.25, 3 p. m. i I YEMASSEE. Snnday, March 24, at 7 p. m. We will also acid free a complete
DELAWARE, Sunday, ilarch 31, at 4 p in. .. line of our toady and rateable art
mples. In return we ak that yo.
L. Hatch & Son how what we send to those who
A. For Information Regarding Freight and Passage, apply to nay call at your home,and after 9
month all hall become your owniperty.
DEALERS !I J. A. LESLIE, Agent,'Jacksonville; T. G. LGLB:: Traffic JIaiiagtr, 35 Broadway, New York; made after. This the Binder grand machine la
J. A. STEAD.Agent Fernandina. which have ran oat:before petents
JOHN L.HOWARD. T. F.A., Jacksonville. F. M IRONMONGER, T P. A., Jacksomille.WM. __ ,RnoaUtaoldfora83.witbtJaef ,

i DRY GOODS NOTIONS I'. CLYDE & CO.. General Agents, 35 UrORlhnt3Sew: York. L stronreit and now,taost sells BS for*

DIE FRE S.tAChm.ntl.the required.world. AU Plain I., fddM.N./nk .+ewr..r..ry,1+ tsrM

Sr brief instructions prsn.Those who write to na as once sears 1 ,JliLo
free the best sewuir-machin in the world and the r.4
finest hae ofwork.ofbi but.vershowntogetherlnAmerlca. <
Hardware, Crocker Saddlery, --.ul.w .,>I oz ?4 0,a aguata,Td afna a Jots


" Stationery cines, Garden, Family Seeds Medi-, STARTLING REDUCTIONS' .t

,1., [P1P.P11 E1P1P1 I 4

; CHOICE GROCERIES,


Hay, Corn, Mapes Fertilizers. (Prickly Ash, Poke Root,and Potassium.) 1 It's'" t3' y: I

CITY POINT, FLORIDA.C. CURES 4 p


I' _. -- The Greatest, Grandest and Most Wonderful SYPHILIS _ottr. r, rl, ttr"rd ,

II. SCOTT,
::
EASTEltSH.IItDRESSING Primary,Secondary and Tertiary Syphilis,S. ph- t 'i'- ,
'
ilitic Eruptions, Scrofula and Scrofulous Eruptions --lx- ": =
SALOON. Ulcers and Old Sores. Rheumatism and
all diseases of the blood; nil those that have
- resisted other treatment yield steadily and surely r
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If you want clean and easy shave, SALE OF CLOTHINGKnown to Blood the Purifier.wonderful power of P.P. P., the great RGAMS .
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As clean as barber ever gave,

Just call on me at my saloon, SCROFULA ,

r, At morning, eve, or afternoon.
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I'll cut and comb your hair with grace Is an Impurity In the Wood, producing Lumps or YOUR. HOMEIS

To suit the contour of your face; Legs Swelling,or Feet cauein for?the Running cure of Sores which on use the P.Arms P.P.,
To you I'll give a good shampoo, to civilized mantis now in progress. I must dispose of my the greatest blood medicine on earth. All these NOT FURNISHED
The art of which is known to few. diseases! yield readily to the power of P. P. P.,
entirc'stockREGARDLESS, giving new life and new strength. WITHOUT OHE.
:My scissor's sharp, my razor's keen,

My shop is a ways neat and clean, BLOOD POISON SAVANNAH,Ga., Nor. 1, 1888.

Anil'everythingl'm sure you'll find, Forty Thousand Southern Home made
To suit the taste and please the mind. ; Cured in its worst form ; eonetimp In cases with Aappy with fine instrument since 1870.>
OF COST Erysipelas,where the patient was in Eternal Pain and utill the good work goes on.
And now to all who patronize intend, and given up by tt.e physician! In eotne cameo 3,000Ianoe and Organs old last Tear.
friends Scrofulous Ulcers broke out till the party was a 5OOO oar mark for this year.Lower Prices t
Just come along and bring your ,, mass of corruption; a bottle of P. P. l. was letter Instrument; Easier Term and
And I assure you I will tryMy procured,and the disease yielded quickly. greater Inducement will coin us this in*
best satisfy. 7 creaaed sale.Thousands.
to may
very
And invite all to secure an RHEUMATISM of flame yet misapplied with
Instrument that might to-day be enjoyingtheta
through our easy system of MclUng.
Increase Capital Slock. And In all Affections of the Blood.P.P.P.stands CASH to pay down not needed. We hare
At a meeting of the stockholders of the alone and unrh"aleand some of its cures are A PLAN by which, WITHOUT RISK,. any
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really wonderful. one can obtain an Instrument of any fetyleor
Indian River Orange Grow Association,, If yon suffer from anything:like Syphilis,Scrofula Price, making either MONTHLY,
held at their place of business at Citv Overcoat Suit ;Blood Poison, Ulcer, Old Sores, Rheumatism QUARTERLY YEARLY PAYHICNT

Point, Fla., January 15th, A. D. 1889, a. or give,P.or P.anY'P.a disease trial. of tLc blood, bo Lure and until Instrument.No paid for. meanwhile enjoying n,.e of

majority of the stock of said Asa'n being P.P. P. (Prickly Aeh, Poke Koot. and Potas- extortionate price. No Rink. No Forfeiture -
represented at said meeting, and by a siam)is no secret patent medicine like the bottle manyon of all cash paid iflnstallmentscan-
the market. Its formula is on every: ,
yote of a majority of the stock present, thus giving a guarantee of its purity and wholesomeness not bv promptly paid. Contract, perfectly
did increase the Capital Stock of said that no other blood purifier does give. FAIR*ana from 1Q all STABLE iatsitlon or protecting Ioa. purchaser

Ass'n, seventy-five shares more than was For one-half its original cost. These are real and Lippman frog Wt.1f> ;o;t> irngeists. ..ol<>niann.bk Write u*and we will point out the way to
provided for In its articles of incorpora facturers and i>r''1) ,ct r,', Vl PIUa11 *'k. SavaullliK -
no pretended bargains, as I am nah Ga. yet a fine Instrument Easily and at a low
the Storkof
tion.-Thus making Capital
Wonderful for Fall 1888.
Price bargain
said Corporation one hundred sharesof determined to ;' itllt'i t ; l5itjthr! ;
\titi\ I NI rnI Better than any before offered. Prier.Largely .
one hundred dollars each. And at a
of the Indian Reduced. Notice these SPECIAL
meeting of the Directors
Growers Association held OFFERS
River Orange ,

at the same place, on the fame day and GIVE YOU THE BENEFIT Upright Piano Only $200

date in pursuance of the action of theStockholders
aforesaid, and by a resolu fe i? M A A/*** 7% Octaves-Overstrung Scale Three
Guaranteed
Rosewood
Strings- -Fully
tion posted by a vote taken thereon;, I -Sweet Tone. Catalogue Price,SGOO.

increase the Capital Stock of said Ass'n Of this Great Sale. DO YOU REALIZE THE FACT that You Can ; Parlor Organ only $65Four
above mentioned to
or Corporation, as ,
the full amount of one hundred shares Get Bargains of me that will save you cents, dimes Handsome Sets Case.Reeds-Catalogue 11 Stops Price-Couple,8.oO.-

of hundred dollars each. And by a _
one
and dollars on purchase ? 4&A r
every
StoolCoverInstructorMusicBookand
resolution then and there adopted, the ,
0 all Paid.
of the stock of thesaid ; Freight
Subscription-books Other Special Offers just at good Lnrgett Slack
Corporation, was ordered to be, and ; South to choose from. TE.V GRAXD MAKEHS.

remain open for subscriptions to the WONDER BUT DON'T WAIT : SCO Different Stylet. Can lUll all bll'n"". ffnte
new and increased stock of said Corpora 44L1PPM/ ; for catalogues,circulars,and Frte Copy of our new

tion, at the office of said Company, until : paper "Sharpt. and Flats"giving full and taluaUeinformation.

the firstDecember Wednesday in the month of o I

1889.Certificates P"t\ ::.0'\---1 r.i. "" :!""') REMEMBEROUR
be than the Goods last and :J.' <.. c-: 5f... \ ,. J E LOW PRICES.
can't longer '
Sale kept they
this arc
of said increased stock, As up :.,:, ;. r. ..iI it.t t..ait OUR EASY TER'18.
have been placed on file in the office of going the*way of Real], Al Bargains atOIRPAOM'S .' .u.,'--. :'":. ; ONE PRICE OXLY

State of the State of "' ." HANDSOME OUTFITS.
the Secretary of Wonderful Ohi"' vest\ K-v-r CJ'.IKI

Florida, March\ 2, 1889, and in the office It cures the char 81 is "-r. :....,, i.- *-." ,":.*:..!r., i: ALL BEST FREIGHT INSTRU3IEXTS.PAID.
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of gt vesantpPettcT brii...',7.",:b':-.r;.-u. a.u-\n! )tac 13 DAYS' TRIAL.

Urevard County, State of Florida, Feb.. Titoille. offerer. MONEY SAVED ALL.

27, 1889. ;:::1''; Lippman roiiu-r; :. \Vholt- ale Druggist, 1! LUDDEN&BATESSOUTKEHN

AIfc HATCH; .: sole manufacturer; and proprietors?. Lipp-I
Cec'tY of L B OrangelGrowers A AsftC; .*:.**:<.*:,-*",",,.;sff'J. ". "';'q Nr .':{a : "Js&f':' 'i;-..?tw",fjllA. i,'.-.q J. "- Vrs&i.'. ':;,';,'". mann. ,...;block, Savannah, Ga. I I'o' I MUSIC HOUSE. SAVASWH. GAI .
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OWNER. Co ts. IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE FOLLOWING Elegant

Township 36 S, Range 41 E. NOTICE Lands will be Sold at Public Auction on the Nine(6th) j
Hundred and Eighty RESIDENCE AND
Florida Land & Mortgage all.............._......................:. 31 641 51.. Sixth Day of May, A. D. (1889) Eighteen the County of Brevard, in, the # GROVE
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of and the Court House, at Titusville,
w t at
Co. Limited swtofnwjse. s the
w 1-2 of s w }................-r.... 321 160 1 82 State of Florida, or so much thereof as will be necessary to togetherwith pay OF L. E. BARNES,
Williams, F. B. 3 e \ of n w } and net of s w t 32 80' 3 3S amounts due for town taxes herein set opposite the same, ROCK LEDGE, FLA. 3
of sale and advertising. <: ? ,
Township 37 s range 35 e. the costs -
Florida Southern R. lot 2 s l-2 of net n w J and s 1-2 4 611 I 2 8C f t :: c; ;;> Containing seven and one-third acres \

F R. Company.' all..-................................... 6 i.ll 2 8C I I < of land fronting on Indian River.
all............._.......................... 8 640-1 2 SC '' _-xx, Large, Roomy Residence, elegantly]
all........................................ 18 687 2 80 I o-r.1 Sr finished. Al Three-room .
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all. .rrrrNl.................... 20 640; 2 SC I OWNER. 1 DESCRIPTION. E :r-. J : a COTTAGE -
S .. all fractional r/rIr r rrrl ........................... 24 610!;: 2 8C I < !i and outbuildings. One of the moat desirable

r r lot 1................. ....................,128, 45| 6C8S( I places in Rock Ledge hammock. v .
lots 1 and 2.--......... 30| 110: < Emmerson F. W. mouth half of east half of lot 1 I For price, term*, etc., apply to ;
........... .... e 2 23 >
37 s 36 e. I block A ............ v
Township
all ...... .....range..-. ........:...... 21!, 647 l 2 80( Warren, George ;'north half of wet half of lot 1 9o I I ALBERT .\. T.\YLOJ:. COCOA, FL.L rI

all..............._....................... 6461 2 80 block A..6. I
all......................................... 61 726 i 2 80 all.......................................... 81, G-tOi 2 80( t Unknown, 'lot 4 block A..................... ....'- 13 05 r I .
c all.._....__................................ 10 640, 2 80 Unknown, 'lot 6 block A..................... ..... 23 97'1 ,
all.........-.. ............................. 12 640, 2 80 Emmerson. F. W. north one-third of west half of The undersigned have special facilitiesand
! all.......................................... 14 640' 2 80 lot 2 block D....................... 3 80 I trade for the Sale of
net and w 12........................,18, 617, 2 80 Unknown, north fifty feet of lots 1 2 and 3 I. \ ")
y :i all........................................' 64011' 2 80 I I block E............................. 10 10 STRICTLY FRUIT FANCY FLORID V
r all........................................ j 2011 640!: 2 80 Unknown l 'east half of lot 7 block E......... 83 ; ,
all .. ...................................II26, 640| 2 SO Unknown, lots 12 3 4 5 6 and 7 block F..... 23 50 1 And would receive consignments of
...., : ',.-, all..I-G';'! 6401( 2 80 I Norwood J. C. 'I l,art of It-Sand 10described in same.
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< j ....... 6 95 Inferior Fruit desired.
'' .>' and w 620 2 Call | deed book K. page 100.... not
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: "- \f) )' fractional...........................,32 5i11 2 80 Unknown, ,east part of lot 8 and 10 de- <: ? I Prompt returns. Stencils sent without
all.........................................134!1 640, 2 80 i Bribed in deed book J. page '"' charge. Reference : Chatham X*.
all......... ..............................361: 6401 2 80 I 146................................... 5 82 tional Bank, New York CitI .\ .
o Township 37 s range 37 e. 't+ i Morton & Foster ;,in lot 1 block G. described in = JOSEPH B. MAXFIELD &
CO.ii7'
Unknown nelof neg ................... .... 401 1 92 I deed book K. page 230.......... 302 .,
Pf; Florida Southern It alt........................................t 2i+ 640': 2 80 I Unknown, (lots 5 and 6 block J................ 2 34 <:..;;> Park Place, cor. Greenwich Street
II. Co., Charlottes' lot 1 lots 2 3 and 4 and s 4jC. 622; 2 80 Unknown, 'lot, and 3 block L................. 1 tl <:3. I New York. 47

Harbor Division all................................... 1."I' ; 6..52! SO Unknown, :lot 5 block L.......................... 1 39 i, -
all.................................... 8I! 641641i' 2 80 Unknown, (block 1 lots 12 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 and >< i
4. J all ............_r...................Ilo'f;' 2 80 I 10...................................... 852'' I NEAT AND PROMPT.SEND .
} all..I'2, 640 2 80 Singleton, S. A. Clot" 71 feet on main street by 104 |: r-r; ;' i .
................. 640'' 2 80 i, on Lemon street west sub die j I I :.'.,
I r >, all....... ... ......-.......................18}' 644' 2 80 Unknown, j I vision of block 4..2. 43 r
A t 4 H-:< =r.t Ii. all.................0"....................... 20'I 2 80 Unknown, 0 !;lot 5 block 6.......................... 05 YOUR ORDERSFOR i '
V all......................................... 221 641: 2 80 I: Unknown ;lot 1 block 8........................... .. 3 2bMoulthorpe. i ,:t.
.I!:-' 0 all....... ..........;.....................i28. 640 2 80 j book J. page 29............. 2 031 '-r:
all...............,..0..?'. ......................130 I 641' 2 80 Unknown lot: 3 block 11.........................2
t, aIL..................:............... .... ,32-I 641-- 2 80 Unknownlbt, ;I 2 block 13......................... 2 02 :
f all.............. ....... .................,34; 640' 2 80 Unknown, :lot 3 block 13.......................... 3 60 II JOB PRINTING .1
" all....".... .... ........................!:36.I12; 640 2 SO Unknown, lint+ 3 block 14.......................... 1 71 1
Florida Land & Mortgage Township: 37s: range 40 e. t I! Unknown, 9 block 18......................... .. 1 71 -r I
Co.,'Limited. all......... ..............................1 I 1; 651': 5 15 I Unknown, 'pot 12 block 19........................ 2 02 '
. all............................. ...........1' 2: 650 5 15 Unknown, lot 10 block 22........................ 2 02 1Psi I -SUCH AS- t
all........................................ 111 640;( 5 15: Unknown, lInt 11 block 22............ ........... 2 02'! -r I
all............... .........................': ;, 642; 5 15 I Povntz & Nolle, lot. 12 345 6 7 8 91011 and 12 .. I Ii LETTERIIE..DS.SOTEIIE.DS,
. all................................... .... !13i, 6411 5 15'i I block 23............................. 3 SO I II I fI
; .r Ashton & GrensideUnknown tall..............r.-....................J14.. 640 9 86 i Unknown, lot 6 block _o.......................... 67 ,
L e J of n ej.............-.............''123'i 6""r.' I Norwood, J. C. lot 1 Robbins & Graham's addition I tI
lot 2......................................1231 167J' 2 66 ..........................:........: I 3 80 I II I DILL-IIE.'DS. .
Williams, F. B. n e 1......................................124; 69, 3 39 I Gray, J. B. Jot; 7 9 11 40 39 41 42 43 and 44 I II
Florida Land & Mortgage I i I I Robbins & Graham's addition. I 6 321I I STATEMENTS, Iii
.................'!241: 40i 94 I I
Co., Limited n e \ of n w 1........ ; Hector, C. J. lot 10 Robbins & Graham's addition I +
Unknown lot 3.-.......................... 125;, iSI 2 66 I I ... .......................... i 1 23Norwood i CIRCULARS, II !
Williams F. B. lot 4......................................'26'X 80: 1 92 J. C. ,lot 17 Robbins: & Graham's addition I
..<:;o: Florida Land & Mortgage s ..................... ..................'2G|' 320| 2 SO I ................................. I 3 01\\ I FOLDERS,
,J Co., Limited.Grenside all.)1 35'' )1 638 1 5 15 1 Unknown, Hots 13 and 14 Joynerville......... 139 : INVITATIONS, t
400j 3 39 Unknown, 'east half of lot 21 Jovnerville... I 611 I tI
It W. N. lot 2................... ..................!36 59! 1 92dl' Unknown, lot 36 ........... .......:...''.......... I 1 241 = PROGRAMMES
<. I Township 37 s range 41 e. I II'd I Unknown, lot 3;.........................".......... \ I c
Pierce; H. A. part lot 3 des deed book G. p 245' 4 I 221, 6 33 Unknown, lot 43.........................".......... 3 60 STREAMERS
Richards T. E. lots 2 and 3 except land to Pierce I Unknown, ants 49 50 and 51..........".......... 69 t
t and )Iar*h..1 4! 113 15 35 Unknown, lot 54........................".......... 54 DODGERS -;
:-' Florida Land & Mortgage : all. .. .......................... 6'!, 658 5 15 Grannks, E. C. lot 55......................... "......... 54 ,
. .. Co., Limited aIl..i I 71,,6361 5 IatE Unknown, lot 56.........................'.......... 54 BUSINESS CARDS, r
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Grenside, W4 C. n 1..1 8' 4 86 Unknown. lot B. Rerdell's addition........... 2 07 ..0- .
Shattuck, E. J. part of n e J des deed book B. ?tewart, J. Q. lot C......"...... ....."................ 1 04 WEDDING CARDS
page tJV'2.1:1\41.: ............................ 9 5 4 35 Rerdell & Kuhl, lots 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 and 11 Rerdell's ,
I Pierce, H. A. part of n e J des deed book G. I addition.. .. .. ......... 2 54 VISITING ('.'RDS.TO .
I ,1 page 241..............................\ 91 8 4 35 Rerdell & Kuhl !lots 12 13 .ti5. 6. 7"18 19 2 I :-
Richards, Thomas E. part of fractional net and of nj I and 21.......Rerdell's addition 2 23 THEFLORIDA- =&
II e i of n w 1 i 9; ;6r 30 05 I ........."..........."..... 61 CcQ
Bradford & Godfrey, lot 23......... "
: Grenside, W. C. s ; i of n w i:..::::...::::::::::::::. 9 40 t 1 041'l Cone, '\T. .\. lot 31................."..........."..... 61
:> Unknown s el of n w t.................... ...... 9 401 l 1 Warren, S. f1 lot 36................."..........."..... 1 64Unknown STAB
................................... SO 1 :
lot 3... JI, 92\ lots 39 and 40......4f..........."..... 77 cI
e of f; W 1............................ 9j f 80 1 \, Unknown,, lots 42 and 43......."..........."..... 77 JOB PRINTING OFFICE fNOTICE. \\
g f w of s wI............................ JI, 801 1 1 92'' Unknown lot 49.................."..........."..... 61: I
'. Richards,Thomas, E. l........................................ 1 G 1 320j ij 1y Unknown,, lot 53.................."...........*...... 61 | .., tlI
I Florida Land & Mortgage all.........................................Ii' 640:+ 515 Unknown lot 1 56..... ..........."..........."..... 2 8-J I ") *
.............................. 18 5 1 LAND OFFICE. GAINESVILLE,
' I Co., Limited. all .......... 6351 I I Unknown lots 60 and 61....."?........ h..... 77 I March9lSS9. J ;. '
,' all.O 640 51 ) I Unknown, lot 64.................."..........."..... 61: I
I Unknown. n w }.................................... 21 160 2 80 Wright PeterUnknown lot 66.................."... ......"..... 61; Notice is hereby given that the followingnamed
, s w t...................................... 21 ]60 2 80 I lot 67.................." ..r..r....."..... 61: I settler make has commutation filed notice of proof his < .1}
....... 21 120 280 intention to
s e 1 except n e 1 of s e }. Unknown lot 1 block A. Fisher's addition said C
\v of 8 w t................:......... 2280 3 in support of his claim, and that
.; 391 toTitusville........................ 1 2t A. A. Stewart. Cf
.w; lot 1......................................I26\ 34 3 Unknown lot 6 block A. Fisher's additionto proof will be made before Titusville. Fla. ".
Ii; lot 2...................................." 26' 66 4 86 Titusville............. ......... 1 28! clerk; of circuit court.27,at 1SS9. viz. : William
c:, n lot 3................................. 26 40 1 92 Unknown lot 2 block P. Fisher's additionto on Saturday D Owen, April of Georgiana, Fla., hcLXo. ]'

Grenside, H. N. s i of s w }...................... ". 28 80 3 39 Titusville.......................... 9C( 18769 for,the lots 1 and 2 of section Ii. ,:
t, Unknown Ii w I of n wI......................... 28 40 1 19 Unknown, lot 4 block B. Fisher's additionto 6. township 24 south and lots 3 and 4 of

, n e 10f: net....rr.................... 28 40 1 19 Titusville........................ 96( sec.; 31. township 23 south range 37
:p'n" w t of net......................... 28 40 1 19 Unknown lots 3 and 5 block C. Fisher's addition = 'h
(' neof nic t......................... 28 40, 1 19it. to Titusville............... 1 21 east.He names the following witnesses to It
n \V 1 01 n w t........................ 28 40 1 19 Rawles, W. A. 8 acres the north east corner of <:> prove his continuous residence upon, tJ-
f Florida Land & Mort n l....................................... 29 320 2 80 north east quarter of the north r+- 1 and cultivation of. said land, viz.: .. tl
.' eCo.Limited. s 1 of s eland 8e t of 8 w }... 29 120 13 3 east section 4 Town '"" Mills O. Cotrell and Irving D. HU- .
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::., lot 3...... .... .......................... 30 40 1 92 ship thirty-five twenty-two east.............range....... 3 37 f Henry C. Fish of Georgiana, Fla. Cc::
': lot 3...............1......................;,31 24 1 J83 Unknown west half of the north east -r -1 t 47 S. C. TUCKER Register._ III
: lot ................'....................... 16 89 land of Jones quareter & )
.- lot 4 in arrears for 1887............ 31 16 89 except .. .. .. 8 I Commissioner's Sale. gar
Ronalds.......... .... ... .... 7cc
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lot 5. .. .. .. .. .... .. decree of the ""
: = .131\ Rawles, \\ A. lot 1................ . ... .. 6 91Howell ] Under and by virtue of a
lot 5 in arrears fur ]887........... \ 18 1 04 cQ Circuit Court of Florida7th Judicial Circuit ; h:
lot 2.......... ........................... 6i 2 51 in <&*& d
in and for Volusia county, :
:...': lot 3.. ..... ....................... .....132! 2 51 Titus, <::I.-;> ; for partition in a cause wherein Thad-
. lot 4.................... .... ............,,32; 801' u_ fllI eery, and M ry = ).J
in and for the of Titusville Brevard Street, ft aare, complainants
, I 0 t 5.. ................. .............. ..... 32-1 536:: 2 53,5 :: I' Collector of Revenue town eus S. Benner,ef a/,defendants, directing the It
M : I nt A......................... ............ 6 ::3.3I ,I Co., Fla. sale of the following described premb for J w;
Township 21 8 range 35 e. I' the purpose of partition of said property ,-tl1
:-' ; Florida Land and improvement u e t and 8 of n w t w of s e between the owners thereof. The undersigned ","
f Co. t set and n of s w t.8 30 1 53a' Pianos & Organs 1 CommiNeioners will sell, at public
Township 22 s range 3i e. auction, at the Court House door, in'the : i//
F, Unknown lot 9..7; 40; 1 33 town of Titusville in Erevan county,State < it

{:: s w j of 8.e #...... .....r.............. i 401' 1 40Town8hlp of Florida between the legal hours of sale, 1
23 s range 36 e. to the highest bidder, on the first Mondayin
Unknown,1 of n w of n w !................ 4.! 20.. 2 G6. If you want to purchase a May, A. D. 1SS9, being the 6th day ol tb
Township 24 s range 36 e. I I said month, the following described property j--t\
' :. Florida Southern R. s e I of n. e }...:.......:............... 32 I 1 40j i 1 92 Piano or Organ, write to the un- to-wit : That tract of land known as !..'..it
R Company lot 4 Indian flyer Clt)....... .....38, 89 him call. the Joseph Dele>pine Grant, granted to ; ..1
dersigned give a
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Township 3j s range 36 e. I said Joseph Ddepineril
all........................................14 280 Can sell you any of the in- confirmed by decree of the Superior Coon dated t W,:
for District of East Florida by decree
. Township 27 s range 37 c. struments of the best and lead- the 21st day of August, 1833, and approved ,
S. G. GleasonUnknown all blk iO Eau: Gallie............... 21 1 19 1 by Supreme Court of United States Jan s
, Township 38 s range 39 e. ing makers at prices that defy :try 3rd, 1838, situate on Indian River, m at

S e 1 of s w }..... ..................... 21 -tOj 1 92 Township 2, South Range 34 ea:t, and (
competition. andTownship
35 east '
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E. ,V. Hall ,_ Township 23, South Range 34 ea t, noir ,
" Collector of Revenue for Brevard Co., Fla. Pianos and Organs sold on the Installment lying according in Brevard to plat and county survey, State of of.said Florida"*** ',

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Plan when tteOisconntto uc-
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United States, bearing date the 17th
tober, A. D. 1873, the entire Grant containing
Churches on Organs or le s.. 1
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ORDERS FOR PRINTING '.r:. Purchasers paying for title.JAMES .
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PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO .,,(. ::' ;, : : .' ,' ',:1.:: 'f ; :..>.. : t'P':, .. ; : ; .Commissioners.

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VOL.X. TITUSVILLE, FLA., THURSDAY, APR. 25, 1889. NO. 1.

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Cocoa. Mr. and Mrs. Miot at 11r8.Iartin's after r Melbourne.Who tree and he became so exhausted it wa May Daj- at Turkey Creek.

Mrs Jarvis and Miss Harrison paid a the ceremony.An would not live in Florida, and with difficulty Mr. Gleason assisted him Minutes of meeting of committee off

'visit to Titusville Monday.Mr. unusual activity in wharf repairing particularly on Indian River, such to shore. It was a close call. The rest ol arrangements for May Day regatta was

J. M. Lee returned to Rockledge excited our attention, and upon inquiry weather as we have had lately? the party, not understanding the trouble, held at the Carleton House, Melbourne,

on Friday after a few days visit to Jack- we )learned that it was no longer Mr. J. F. Bergin has moved from the paid no attention to them until Mr. Glea- Saturday, April 20th, 1889.

.sonville. safe to trust five certain )ladies upon the east side to Mrs. Johnson's cottage on son's call for help when the breaker: The meeting was called to order by

Capt. Will Black, of City Point, spent wharves that have not been tested by un- Crane Creek. "Back to the old home." rolled them under made them aware oi:f Chairman Wilder, who stated the object

Saturday and Sunday at Merritt with usual strain. The said five ladies' com Some dawe are going to take a trip their comrade's peril. I of the meeting. An informal discussion

friends. bined weight is estimated to be near 1.000 along East :Melbourne and Melbourne We see the resolution of Mr. Norwood I was entered into, after which it was

We regret to learn that the illness of pounds-at any rate, they succeeded in Beach and view the prospect of fruit for was adopted to inquire into the status of f ordered-

Mr. Tiffin's mother, who is in Canada, demolishing the wharf of Mr. A. F. Lap- this season. the lands claimed by the so-called CoastCanal That the amount subscribed and devoted -

continues to be very serious.A ham, Merritt,Saturday last. No bones Miss Allen continues to add attrac- Company. The resolution requests to regatta fund be divided between
were broken, but the ladies who indulgedin the Committee on Agriculture to render the different classes of boats according,
festival will take place at Courtneysome tions and improvements to her cottage
the expected bath did not think it I statements showing the number of acre'I or in proportion to,the number of boats
time in for the benefit of the
May home. A new wharf and fence are the
half so funny as the lookers-on seemed to of land conveyed by the trustees of the entered in each class.
new Episcopal church at that place. last additions.A .
find the situation.A Internal Improvement Fund to the A. Also that the entrance fee on each

The Indian River Steamboat Corn- jolly party of tourists came up from large party chartered the Ramona C. Canal and Improvement Company, class be added to the proportionate share
pany's wharf at Cocoa has been nicely on Sunday afternoon for a trip to East
and what the had of
Jupiter and Lake Worth on the St. Lu- assurance trustees subscription money in such class.
repaired and is a splendid improvement.Rev. cie Sunday morning and stopped off at Melbourne, the ocean beach, etc. The when the lands were conveyed of compliance The number of prizes in each class to

Jas. Bolton preached Sunday Cocoa to spend a day or two in admiringour party enjoyed themselves very much. with the conditions of the grant;; be one-half the number of boats entering

night in Hill's hall, and Sunday morning famous Indian River. Among themwe Among the departures this week are also the number of acres now held from I in such class.

the Methodist Sunday school was largely noticed Colonel and Mrs. Hart, Miss Frank Lonnen, chef of the Carleton, Mrs. sale for the company ; also the numberof At least two boats to start in each classto

attended. Thompson and Capt.'Edwards, of Palat- Lonnen,! Mrs W. I :Metcalf, Miss May acres the company will finally be entitled make a race.

Services will be held at St. Michael's ka; Mr. Eli Spencer and his son, from Metcalf and Mr. and Mrs. 0. C. Heasley. to when the works are fully com All boats entered are to report to the

Episcopal Church in Cocoa next Sunday Jacksonville ; Mr. Robert Murray New Miss Horton, of Orange City, sister of pleted. It is well Let the good work committee at Minor's packing-house at

afternoon at 3 o' clock p. m. All are cordially York; Mr. E. B. Vale, of St. Augustine; the foreman of the .i\ arrived in town continue. Turkey Creek, by 10 a. in. of May 1st, ,

invited. Mr. B. S, Hoag, of Lakeside, N. Y., and last week. We heard a rumor that the The topic of universal interest here at 1889. Taking measurements, laying off

The pretty little steamer "Ramona," )Ir. and Mrs. .J. W. Shumts and son, of lady would keep the Chautauqua Home present is the May Day Regatta and Basket : course, etc., will occupy the time till the

owned by Mr. Geo. Gleason and Doctor : New York. They were all enthusiastic open during the summer. Picnic. We old fellows are, of course, picnic dinner, at 12 o'clock noon.

Brainerd, of Eau Gallie, paid Cocoa a I in their praise of Cocoa and Rockledge.We Mrs. Hea>ley has been very successfulin very much interested in the picnic and Time for race will be called at halfpastone

visit last! Friday.Mr. hope to see them again next season. her colored school. Her scholars will I, some of us in the regatta, also. All par- p. m. ; start at 2 p. m.

E P. Porcher is putting up a very miss her greatly. \\e hear that Miss ties have united to try and make a grand The flag will lowered at three minutes .

high fence on his north line to act as a The 1)0tor of ..\.Icalltara.ToNight Grace Phillip will take charge of the success of the affair. Indications are that before 2 p. m., and the hoisting of

windbreak He is also adding an addition (Thursday) the above opera school till the end of the term. there will be about thirty boats entered. the flag at 2 p. m. will be the signal for
will be produced at Wager's Hall, for On the ground no drunk-makers will be the start. Boats are to take a flying
to his house.
R. W. Goode, E..q., leaves for Chicagoon
the benefit of St. Gabriel's Episcopal allowed, no cigar shops no lemonade start.
Mrs. Trafford left for her home in Sanford Wednesday. The family expected to ,
Church, when we hope to see a crowded stands, except free ones. Everything is CLASSIFICATION.
on last Thursday. She has been a start about the 6th of May; Mr. Goode,
house instead of the time-worn excuses to be free of cost to all. The number of First Class) 24 feet and
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Stiling for the past however, was compelled to start earlierto up.
for non-attendance. attend prizes in the regatta will be half the Second 18 to 24 feet.
business
to
two or three weeks some matters.
Doctor Paracelsus, a popular "M. D." of number of boats. If thirty are entered Third Under 18 feet.
Mr. Geo. Symmes' cousin, who has Alcantara.......................R. Ranson. Service was held in Trinity Church there will be fifteen prizes; if thirty-one Entrance fee : First class, $3.00
spent the past winter at Courtney, returned -I Senor Balthazar............Mr. Happersett.Senor last Sabbath (Easter Sunday). The flo- there ;
enter will be sixteen prizes-the second class, $2.00; third class, $1.00.
to Boston Friday much improved Carlos (his son), in love with Isa- ral decorations, furnished by Mrs. Campbell -
I hella...........................,,". S. Grfilintn. lowest in each class to save his entrance Entries must be made by the night of
in health his in Florida. and Misses Goode fine
by were -
stay
Don Pomposo, captain of ihigilt fee. The younger people, of course, are Monday, April 29th, and entrance fee
Mrs. J. G. Mercier and daughter returned -! watch..H. F. Atkinson. Easter lilies, white roses, white oleanders much interested in the dance. Arrangeare paid.

to Cocoa Monday from the little Perez Sanders and Sancho (porters),........Jas. :M. etc., grown in the open air, were ment made, we think, to make the'' It was decided to issue tickets for the
II. K. Brown.
trip which they took with Captain Mer Donna Lucrezia: (better-half of Doctor beautiful. evening entertainment one of the best, i if dance at the Carleton Hotel, the tickets

cier on the Rockledge to Melbourne.Mr. Paracelsus),............ .......Miss Ryals.: The Psyche is out with another and not the !best May Day hop ever held on to be held by the members of the General

E. Stiling has resigned the posi- Isabella (her daughter in love withHappersett. larger suit of sails. Mrs. S. M. Beach, the river. Come and see us, Mr. Editor,, Committee, and to be supplied by them
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Carlos ..
tion of :\1 fS. Miss M. E. Beach and and all friends the river such
freight agent of the Indian River Messrs. John B. along also. All to applicants as they choose.
Inez (maid and confidant of Isabella), ...
Steamboat Company at Cocoa, and the Mrs. Gruber. Beach and Will M. Campbell made a trip Melbourne will be there to greet you, and 1 Each ticket to bear on one side the

j is filled Mr. down the river to Mr. Beach's will U. D'Osoiiu. of the
position now by Charles Pianist..E. B. Wager.SYNOPSIS. home- so name person to whom it is issued,
Schoonmaker. !stead. The party passed a few days and on the reverse side the name of the

The Easter services at fit. Michael's Isabella: is i surprised by her mother very pleasantly there, returning Friday IL.uk<; Worlli. member of the committee issuing: the

Episcopal church at Cocoa took place on while listening to a serenade by Carlos afternoon. Weather and tomatoes: plentiful. same. No charge to be made for tickets,

Sunday morning at 10:30 o'clock. The and confesses her love for him and refuses Captain and Mrs. Fromberger: Capt. Plenty of visitors here yet, but nobody which are not transferable.

altar was beautifully decorated with ex- to marry an unknown intended to and Mrs. Mercier and daughter, Conductor crowded.' Messrs. Geo. G. Gleason, R. W. An-

quisite Raster lilies and roses. whom she has been betrothed by her pa- Kidwell and wife, Mr. Altree Mr. The Emily B. arrived from Jackson drews and John M. Miner were appointeda

Mr. II. J. Tiffin is having more land rents. Carlos is convened: into the houseof Hawley, of New York ; J. A. Durst, ville on the Gth. committee to make arrangements for

cleared at his grove at Courtney, on his beloved in a basket, which is! supposed City Point ; Miss Hall, of Jacksonville, music, programmes, etc., for evening
The Deerhound
took a load of tomatoes entertainment.Mr. .
I which he intends putting more I lemon to contain a present for Inez, and another lady fromIisollri, and others
to Jupiter on the 12th.
trees. He will have the largest lemongw.e when opportunity offers he gets out and too numerous to mention, were registered R.r.. Andrews was appointed a

, on the river, comprising thousands conceals himself in the house. The Doctor at the Carleton last week. The The steamer Lake Worth was repaired committee of one to confer with Captain

of the finest varieties. and Inez try to hide the basket from Carleton is deservedly: popular and is and has been running r'gularlyince the Watson concerning transportation and

The "Clio," with Capt. W. Watson, the quarrelsome Lucrezia and accident having quite good run, even now, when 4th. excursion rates.
! the superintendent the I. R. Steamboat ally drop it into the river. Attracted by everybody almost has '';one north for Tomato business: has: been rushing for Captain Wilder was instructed to purchase -

1; board the screams of Inez the night watch ap- the summer." the past week or two and is still quite the necessary supplies.
Company on stopped over at Cocoa -
i < for a day or two this week. Capt. pear, led by Pomposo.! After the depart Mr. J. A. Dur.: is here to look after lively. MT: J. M. Miner agreed to furnish the

.; Watson has been as far down as Fort ure of Pomposo, while Inez and the Doctor his contract for putting down an artesian The Heron came in from Jupiter on casks needed for ice-water, lemonade,

i Pierce on a trip of inspection of wharves are brooding over their crime, Carlos well for Captain Wilcox. Everything is the 13th, after an absence of about a etc.

of the company. :ippears and they suspect him to be a police read, we believe, and the work will begin week. Mr. Arnold, Malabar, kindly donated .
box of lemons.Mr. .
spy, but on being: satisfied that he i is at once. This, being the first well Rob Moore has left for a visit north a
Mr. A. F. Lapham, we learn, hast G.
G. Gleason offered
not but is in fact Carlos, to whom his on the peninsula, will be watched with Probably he will get farther than Jacksonville to furnish a
bought the two-story house and small coffee
t is betrothed. the Doctor in offering large boiler for making coffee.
daughter great interest. If successful in obtaining this time.
,; lot in front of the Delmonico and intends 31r.G.. I. Metcalf
him refreshments: through the a good flow of sweet water, others very kindly offered
The Bessie B. arrived in from Jacksonville
using it as a packing-house. lIe has had the use of the
mistake of Inez gives him a poisonousdecoction will soon follow, and there will be almost on the oth and left again for necessary boards for
the driver
r pile busfor two or three days tables etc.
which results in a swoon and no limit to the profitable cultivation of there on the 14th. ,
-1 driving piling in front of his! new purchase Mr. G. W. Idner offered his
the Doctor believes him dead. They conceal semitropical fruits on the peninsula.Mr. "Atlantic City" has two rows of cocoa- services,
as he intends building boat house his body in a sofa. Senor Bal nuts along the lake shore and a road is gratuitously, to assist in decorating the
( and harbor for his yachts. thazar arrives to complete arrangementsfor S. F. Gibbs i is demonstrating what being laid I out between them. Carleton House' for the evening enter-

: Miss Kate E. Eyer, who has the can be done on a small piece of ground. tainment.
spent the marriage of his son Carlos to Isa Lewis Parker, who for the past winterha
i winter with the family of Mr. A. F. LapI bella. They give him a cold welcome, As fast as one crop comes off another is :, been a guest at Geo. A. Gale's, left Messrs. Geo. G. Gleason and EugeneL.

.- I ham at Merritt, took her departure Monday and he is compelled to sleep on the sofa substituted. It looks as if he was trying For his Kansas home on the 13th. Brainerd tendered the use of their

for her home Webster City, Iowa which contains his son's* body. When his c, to break the record for the greatest number The Illinois left for the B I. R. on the steamer, Ramona, to convey passengers

Miss Kate won many friends by her cheerful asleep the Doctor and Inez endeavor to of crops raised in a given time on the : (Gth. Captain Charlie was a little disappointed to the picnic grounds at Turkey Creek.A .
and same piece of land. It is wonderful in not getting the cargo he ex-
graceful manner. Her healthwas remove the body and Balthazar awakes : pected.A vote of thanks was passed to the
much what a variety and amount can be raised, above-named
so improved by her visit to Carlos recovers consciousness and coming gentlemen for their kind
[this Land of Flowers that she promises to taking the year through, here oncher daily mail service by steamer is the offers.
in his father
contact with in the next thing on the prorunme-Proyi-
J return again in the fall. know." We can crop twelve months in Committee to meet at
dence Turkey Creek
dark they utter cries of alarm, which and Postmaster General Wana-
I The Coquette with Mr. Albert A. Taylor arouse Isabella and Lucrezia and the the year, beside moonlight nights, and maker permitting. I I at 10 a. m. on Friday, April 2Gth, to

and his! mother board arrived home neighbors. Mutual explanations take raise most everything except money. Capt. Peter Larsen arrived from Jupiter make tables, prepare grounds, etc.

[Monday night from Jupiter. They left I place and Isabella and Carlos, though I I We see i in several articles that the writers with the Laura B. on the 13th and I Friends are requested to meet as above

|the "1\ackinac" and the rest of the party madly in love with each other, learn for instead of making their claims for left for New River on the 15th, takin g g-' and assist.
I I Capt. D. O'Neil along with him.
(who left with them two weeks ago for the first time that they had been betrothed I the company "With the plea of something I The following gentlemen were appointed -

It heir cruise down the river) at Bananairiver I by their parents, each supposing doing and of niiething done, deal Lake From Worth present Railroad prospects will the Jupiter be finished and as Reception Committee and Floor

fishing. Mr. Fred Taylor does not I their intended was some person whom in futures and tell us what the said com- just about the time the visitors and the Managers :

[want to return to Cocoa without having they had never met. pany propose to do sometime in the far- tomatoes are all gone. Perhaps, if the FLOOR MANAGERS.

tome big trophy of the finny tribe There are over fifteen songs in the distant future. Are all their lands to be rails don't rust out by next winter, there E. B.

Ito show as his catch He caught a shark I'I''It 'opera, consi i
, Jupiter over six feet long but that wasInot I''The music is bright and the dialogue tion of this work, some five or six, or, Miss:: Etta Moore and Miss Mabel Har- c. T. Verbeke, Brantley.
land left for the north on the 8th. Miss I
large enough for him. I :amusing. The characters will appear in more likely, twenty years hence Why, Moore i is the daughter of Robert Moore, Allen G. Metcalf, Melbourne."
Campbell
I I Orange blossoms are a little late in the :appropriate costume. it would put us twenty years or more behind one of our old residents, and Miss Har- I C. II. Stewart, "
f other portions of the State not land has been a guest of Mr. Moore for Carl
reason but some will be needed this week. Time of representation two hours and about Both ladies C. Curtis, Narrows.
a year. were an addition -
Miss Irene Fields and Mr. John Miot of I :a half. blessed with an anaconda Canal Com- : to the society here and their loss will RECEPTION COMMITTEE

Merritt, will be married in the Baptist I General admission, 50 cents; reserved! I I pan ". be felt by all, including several gentlemen -
We learn that Purser Altree had a whore grief seems almost inconsol Dr. S. T. Daniels, H. W. Bessey,
church at that place Wednesday uight'll scats 75 cent Reserved seats be
can
Will ;
narrow while bathing in the surf. able. It i is to be hoped that both the ladies J. Black, I Frank Everett,
pril 24th at 8 o'clock. Miss Irene is a I had only at Birnbaum's. I escape will return this fall, and no objec- Homer LaphamV.. H. Richards,
Mr. Altree and Mr. Geo. Gleason startedfor
" ovely young lady and Mr. Miot will win |j Opera begins promptly at 8 o'clock. tions would be made to their bringingmore F. C. Allen,. W. S. Tancre,
3 i prize in his young wife. Mr. Miot has I Spain. The sea being rather heavy of the same sort with them. Wm. Wilson, I Dwight Allen,
they concluded to return to Florida and W. J. Knight. I Dr. E.L.Brainerd.
neat little cottage all ready for his bride No letter last week, as I had so much
i ud the happy pair will go right to house- ;I -The STAR is $1.50 per annum in wait for fairer weather. An unexpected business my own to attend to I could JACOB WILDER, Chairman.
:eeping. A reception will be given to p advance. mouthful of salt water strangled Mr. Al not attend to other beople's SAM. LARUE p, ELY, Secretary.

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''-:1:':i THE FLORIDA STAR. THURSDAY, APR. 2.;, l&S9. -

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.: I For Sale. ; MAIx: LLcr. FL"JUr. l

i /14 THE FLORIDA STAR. 'amount, while others are 'larger, on hi* IB Marriage a Failure Three desirable tract of high hammock JY LippllftnA Bp., Seri w u.r 1-

note of hand and various other promise?. T the Editor offa Fltrvfa Star: land located on the eatide of Propri 'A'1 P. P. p. : 4
,: j Tract Xo. 1 containsy For a lonz litse I niert Ti F
PUBLISHED EVERY TH -x.AY. We learn that the unfortunate wife! SIR-Under the above heading allow Eat Indian Kiver. of half a and alcerav! thmai I t with
frontage
s intend returning to England a= con a me, through the medium of your valuable 2B IJ) a ret about a 1I acre cleared, no rrtrLJppmaa'rrJ ,. It, fh b :
Eni Pal&rper i mile oa the river, 'srepro.cat. Tr
ELMS B. WAGER FAitor .
he can get her affair fettled. and widely-read journal, to say a a bearing grove and nor ry of large Ikr :-. tTan&
told that P. P. p.ro
"3fi' Cellaneou. Tract >"o. 2 contain* 51 7-f-l(J'J me M I
as -I
: .Lo Annum. few ..onl'YJD tree \wn takinzmall it. I bT.U6dI '

{f; Call For Orange Grower'ConTent j'I .%" letter appeared in the STAB abouthusbands acre, with a frontage of five-eight.* of ;a sir asd I am tneiT yd1.x I '

Entered at the Pvt Jew at TitwrUltadi Ion. their wives a new boy mile on the river, about 0 acre cleared, like a Bev nun, aad rr>&.i
t .! *fatter.> Florida ; -mail! grove and many tree in bearing rorderfal >a :dicire. *
/ of the wife pesterednie
A delegated! convention net for Ea=ter Sunday, my Tract >J. 3 containA 75-KO acre. I

I THE STAB i= the OFFICIAL D p : orange grower* will be held! at Letsburg.Wednesday. : -o much that I was compelled to purchase with a frontage of on -foDrth of a mile! Err.SSJ K

for Brevard rr anti. May 1. at 2 o'clock p. m.. tot one. jut to keep peace in the on the river which iabout four mile- in T ,. IL h.artt. y Fiaalt.it. yid.
land fromfro Bor,.''l wj ..tw!P ''.
rT
of thi + .n
;. consider plan*. for a state organization.with s houi e. Xow. I, a= well a* other, havestudied width. The immunity valuable but de- C, iw6 t..r;'. Sold 7 .tl.. ttir r. .
\ circulation -: re1dit not only i:.. 1u.
The Star ba- the Larze radical clerkly,
the view nf ending a the marriage question
veretablesFor
of Fla. up and winter -
the Eat coat -ire ble for fruit .
or any paper on ?ye3t! ziil.-ri:;! bf :14., "nr
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# I change front the present -vstem of marketing and I have come :o the nclu-iQn-"ith further particular* inquire ofnj. .o.J: Inz.a..,., .f AJI-t.-

..4Y J Jtt A K1Cieg1.one1netfn ipaeea zqu2re! our fruit. A? only) regularly accredited all due deference the opinion* of the & Ha1.!) 371* Harri-'Fn avenue B.-toc, .O.t Q G. TL'!....P:&:.a a pc.1... ray!, y.d tT) .

make a colama.ForAverti delegate! will lie admitted to resident*_ of dear and charmicg little MA-., or of J. A. Sbippie. Agt.Georgiana -
.tnz rates n'jaire ofttr Editor; our Fla. Why "t I 1 oelatr ,kimu :i4 ( _.
a aI.-a}.enc1cn1:1? tvo ctnaZP. the a(or. I earnestly a-k all tho-e orangeectioc town Cocoa-that marriage i*. to a certain 1_< r _t I-n. 19 a. ; 6W ... IItlttZ
ir tYki4)G t'":e? I'.I'ut 1":
a.' *_ that have not already organized extent failure. Why i j. ito That The Clergy Recommend It. 1

r ir. O..in g to the May Day Begatta and local a.-,. ciationto do ?o at once. ?o problem! I will leave Voce of your nurr.eron" 3Ialaria nothing more than a blood .0.ni b.f:cc.ar. !at j .t+f-.I, 'f-;...erfor4. .._tk..o.iC .

x aaI Melbourne to be held next be apt-oiated and receive and. attack felt -oinethini' : 'J:f:10 ::-,,., F.
thai i its
Dance at ddt-ga:- my reader? :o solve or explain ; ',rain andvhen are

Wednexiay. at whch: mint of our force the proper credentials from their of them will inform me mu-: \* taken to completely epdicate'the --H71r: tt3tk." & :unaz, u ; 1nr. .: j.
-jsie .
probably stern.V : I'X .i :< 4 4' I.k.c._
expect to be present the STAB will no: p: *idrD:. pedal ratefor delegate* of some of the cau-e- that make marriage moreland's p.'.i 5v Calisava>n from the Tunic i i- the mgr as'Sis. 1L o .

be mailed until Friday the next day after and :hre wi-hing to attend the Convention and = Jr..r.U a'Y.. t'_
a failure, for e.5clent blood: medicine in tXi::tDce-. ..
W : ;uz CCi'&u..j IifWai.> our regular publi-Ling day. have been isade by :he railroad all di.,.rderof the vital acid readily ij:r 1. St.ITZt FFf '
kn.,*-. have often -actr
P'tjU
a cnmpanie-_ That man the be-t of all ; -ucccmb to it- imJuenee. A minisier: Iry"tJ..a .w. .. Gait r 4 taklfras
of the full report made write: +z: 1 : are s tT.r7 t.cta.. t 'L ,
THE synop-ls De1eatiare] requested to come prepare
Slick :o that, y..uan. : go wrongLet NA-KVILLE, TENK.Gentlesien 4r.n, d ...r t.. U' i.4 ti. l't.a l
to the gi-l2lare by the committee appointed to f urn i-h the following informa them \K -hort or tall. I 5nd I teed irae tonic vr!, TL.afft..tb.CaraL .

to investigate the operation of tion. viz: The number of orange over- and alto fortify my .u: ICftjT' !! .. .'.tt ,,.
If ..u happen to have arcte: tooth in as an app..ti r. :'i I--d Pr):) cvit, Oe..1
the East C3-: Canal Company will be in their section; the nural.r of orange y head. -y-tem s rain-: malaria! influt-&cr-; from t a:tf. 1..r..l,_ I r

given to our readerr.ext eek. After growerthev represent; the number of And with your jam you like to te fed. havisz tried i it m. -. 1f. and from the :e- ---
A Marshal Saietl Life and ilafrf
-. 1. reviewing the work done by the Canal l>jxe of orangehi ed la.trra"tn by Asleep I awake, a; work, or in bed. timJDof 'Jthtrs.hl bad tried it, in
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thorn rely. I know of nothing -*' .SE: $.
.' the committee rec'mmen L A man's the be-t of al,. can
; 't': Company the grower- they reprt-:. .'- ayr.ur Cali-aya Tonic. Piea--e es- M' Jft. LivptwL L,-'**.. ..nal i, (.
.'.I j i that such enactment on the part of the Kef-rtt f oliro Ht'-ID.. pryme three or four ryittl*- to the above Pnprittort I*. P. P. :

Legislature a- would authorize and require J. C. McKiEBix.P 0,000. April 23rd. 1 0. "addr --.. and oh1i: -.I'I the pa-i eirh: year- I hare: tmz i

the Trutefur the Intercal Improvement .im*>na, Putnam ('.. Aprii 1*. Yours sincerely.WM. bad health. ?ctftrriac +itt r.. aria&
i., f Fund to the Company A Good Record. HEXEV STBICKLAND.Pastor o matl-m. Lp"r p*ta. dr.| -:. ib .: dim
to
convey Edre..eld Baptist Church. bad and. ray hair ail amt .,.!. fa r.
it from Iceland held in reserve for 0 Death of T. J. Milne. of San Antonio 'o wek. I hard takes
libf
The -t am-hi? City Bay Cali-.iyA Tonic of your drugzi-l. I -a.-D 3I1y a

;:,;,' this Company, 3.S40. ; acres of landr Hun. T. J. Shine clerk of the Circuit Captain Wilder of he Mallory Line, 5") cent- and $1.00 a bottle.A and blcwjti .:-. vkkh did m9i-'
entire distance from S:. .\u- I '.rf!. When I Ucan takim P. P. !
1: mile fur the Court of Orange county and pre-idea: of lef: Ftrnandina on the ciorninz of April ; aboa: three m .ntKrs*'. I Ys.s.- weak its
for
gu=tine to Bit yne Bay. upon th- corn the First National Bank of Orlando, ditd -:h with abut: one hundre passenser- man who la- praticetl medicine from :'! child. I have (only taken fcarl.>Ttkize -.
know alt su-
-Ju rf.llzht to
.. ;', t pletion of a canal or waterway that ball a: 2 p. m. Saturday. He had barn unwell route nor:h. ihe experienced the fearful gar: read y what he say*. > ;. and t. -lay I am a-veil man. arras,

entire distance have a channelnot his from the drill: hair ha.- -c<*me aZ2i I (2r.n t _
f the since
for
ever return gale nf the 7th and 5th. pa-sing through T IEI.,). 0.. Jan. 10. 1SS7.M ,
mend P. P. P. t :
1l les than -vO feet wide and five feet at Jack-jnviile.: here he acted 2.- Fir; the sane in perfectafety and arriving, .sir5. F. J. C henry & Co-Of ntlem* n : "hizhlT.W.. F.Marhal \\.\:

( t I deep. ?aid land- to be deeded to.the Company Lieutenant of the Orlando GuardThe in New York about thiy-:x hours late, --I have h'-'-n in the :neml practice ntinediciae M"fciik. Fla.

upon the Cf.mpletion of -nelsonof : heat and exertion produced a di-.Jrdr- for tno-t 40 year-. and would; o \Vhne- : F. l'. iIWEN-.
uninjured.
that ? ail practice and exrx'ri--
i six miles) each ; /VcrrvW, That no deed that ended in hideath.. )lr. Shine wa* The Slate of Texa-. Captain William-, r-I.CC.-ay hin u \*my r sen preparation thai Ad Tire to Xotber

f i, for section* fur a di-tance of the citizenof conri- L-i.j1 ii..i.'a's IC.: 5 rJ.7Iwr:1 *,
hall ue any one moprominent ; of the -ame lice, pa--ed through tbame could! prescribe with a* much :+e z1 rise ". L? c:1 IH Its

of 102 mile, from mile 24 to mile 120 Youth Florida, a large-hearted, c-cful 1 cosic..uth.. and rendered d.-n'-? ofsv.ceii a* I can IIiHC'aLarrh --resbe 1 oe :; :
gale
> m.iijufriclureil Have e cicrib a v& n.*tcritu
'ure. by you. precrib :
t tr tt from -\uu-tine outh, until the anal publicpirited citizen and hi- lo will; : excellentervice t., the sinking ve el J it a great many 'tim-s and its effect ere a Let.c,." tl is Trf treat la to i. 1

:; shall be cut through the divide -< p tratr : b? deeply felt by the community who-& Ubatruavic j ; her entire crew at \\onderful.. aiitl would *:.\ in coiiclusfoa : vx r .bes xi1 tboy:4LI.di.r at3t is s..eienotar1foi .ataJIa.1 pih,

ing Matanza River 'In the nurth and interests he .r> faithfullyrrved.. He \ Second OifiC4r William the 1 have yet to find a ca-eotCaurrh L 3, ya ar.l foxI teeL' fe
and I'nri- great danger to that it xvonfil not cure if they bez CJCI.n -: c.a a :
Halifax River on the < uth; leave- widow and four children. He volunteered
crewxho
and three f the Tea would take it according to directions.
theaid canal -};311 be : A Home IDdor-emeDt.
cUJ,/lrlJ. that -- C'n-iderabe! and car The
po pWptrt and put ,,r in a ssaall boa:. YourTnny..
e' completed from ?t. Augustine to Bi i- 'riel a life in-urance of $; 2-i) ,- Tin : Texs- arrived about twelve hQu:- late on L. L G{ l:-rcn. 31. D. ,. Mr. N. H. Frvhlich-ein. of 31ebAla.
write'I tare plea ut z
:
Sutnini < great
within five from the ht Office 213 : t.
carne Bay year L'nwn.Dr. the 12th in-t.. and sailed on her return recommending E> KinNew KCB
: \ e \\-!!! rive -S10J tar any case of Catarrh r.
day of June. A. D. 1559.MrS. | trip Thur-day. the 11th, from F rn3.n- that can no: be cured with lIalt ': ery for Consumption. having u ed it bra
ISrunerS Return FromFloritlu and cilini
bronchii
;diva with about ninety pa-senger-. her Catarrh CClr Taken internally. evere attackf
'!Inl". and Cuba. F. .T. CHENEY & CO.. prop. Tol+Jo. O. : It gave me instant relief and eotz&
r full compliment.The a2kfcii
cured me and I have not been
II. Ray wa in Miin= Thursday Fret 11..IiJ.i* :lMu.ah .Y'Vt. : steamer Xuece-, Captain Bolcer.l Notice of Incorporation. i since. I a-o toe r to ?tate that I.to

(If la-t \ ":. Dr. W. F. Bmner. health onicer ha- a-o of this opuiar line. "Uth entire 1. The name of thi- n-rr.rationliali I tried other retaediei with no good real

Mr. Sander* was in MirnWednesday returned fr,"m a plea-aat trip throu-h- crew of a ve--el b-'Unii from Iterien h The Indian Kiver Land and ImrI".remen : Have a!-.) u-rd Electric Bitter* xad ft
: Florida and Havana and inn in- '
as.-es*>ing taX. out to New York. Her nrsi omen C-tnnut "
bainehaii i ttt Harvireville. Indian Kiver : recommend.
can
Mr. Burchfiel ha. been surveying in tt-rview ;art night "ilh\ JljrT'fl / \>rrep I receive loo much prai-e. He W2- heroic Fiorida.The |i Dr. KinNew Discovery for jt

Mim- and vicinity. : -;rter. I):. Bruner expre-ed hiin- If ; in the extreme, and c.ameery near io-- general nature of the l>asine>- of 1 sumption, cough- and cold i- aild aii

..". favorably iinpre-.t l with hi- vit n.>t ; ing hi. own life. They' experienced the -li.1 cvrp_'- :on shall be torn imprc ve- i ritive ;uarant.x. Trial U'tt'es fart
ert There wa< a large congregation at ; mentat Hanieeville and vicinity-the : in Titu-viIIe and oa Iw
only on ace:'U:1: of the -ignu! courteyand most ?f thi- =ame fearful hurricane but building uf hotel. \ ; all dru; ?:ore-
church Sunday morning. a c. RITt'
ho-; tality extended the part of; p3=- 'd through it without -atdaingdamage. 3. Tae capital -u<-k of the corporation ,: an -
vi-ited Six-Mile Branch Tees- ,
A party -ffvenanitarirn- and health olacer-. but -hall c ..n..i t..i l.MHiyhartofSlOoeach.. ) Brace Up.Tuu .

day on a fi-hing excursion, but were veryuuncce vith the cSeaniine.andaniarv! precaution Thj- jKipu'.ar: 3Ia'iiury;; Line certainly >:..ii).J .f aid .4.K-k to be paid in and the are feeling drpreeii.. your III
ful.Mr. balance It) be held by corporation OD to be bothered with Jadw. -
-- in many f.i the Florida cities? and. : to be recommended t.. our Florida pe,- ; tie i* rooY6U are
and
Mim- and ebu_htr- .y yon are ndge.ty. nerv..u?. g
Uolieri '
< returned :HWr.- vi-iied. Dr. Brunfr "a '- that a- ple They have been doing -ervice for a :1. 'erally'ou: of >T:=. and want t>. brace:}

to their home in Savannah la-: the vi-it wa- made on the invitation ->f : dozen or more year, and from what can -. The corporate -hall nnence its Brace ,but not with tim u.:tsmediciue.ur t.,t
exi-ten 1-t. A. I>. ly, ur
tn Monday. May
Monday morning.A : the Fi'.rida !*-ri-lature he doen t feel; be l learned will be A Florida iine indefinitely and halt continue for twenty year-. bilter?. which have forth

by the people that it would be o t'-ivery cheap "bi-k\. an i trbirhsV.lr
wa-
day urte
plea-ant -pent c uto anticipate : with improved -write.-Tirtei-lit- ). The +%fi cvr- 4.f the cvrj*'rationhall
then.k
: hour: and
here at 31 r. BaiLird'landing pat Tour the -aoi;.iry report which him-rlf and Mr/I, 1-if/ inlt.oticc. IJota prv-Ment. 'ice- ,reident.etretary.. ulate in you for. an condition than t>eftt
: w r-e
'It (lay. Ba-iet*. were carried, and the dinner the other tneoiber- the party j joined t t-tirer an l live irecori.! to be elected ; you What i aletratae that d
1."onTant ? an .
y ballot .a May hr. l' *. and tit hold .J
under the tall cabbage tree-. was en -L'ning to lie tr nted to that botiy. \ Incorporation ,' their vtaovuntil the rl r : Moadav inMnn.li. '1. purify V"",.' blood, -::: healthy act$0.

ticin and w::iet. he -::-. -bould have reached _\%. R 1*t't( r.: until their sccccor -,- ; liver arid kidneyrestore your viand 1J.
Ofthf Tttwrift awl '.'itttrtralarA .tMhWJat and streog*
elected and 5oUbqnen lrecewed health
de-erve : TaJl! hau ee -:erday.Vithout making are qualify. The :
The !ladu- certainly y
young EI cW
TrfiiXn-t'itfn (:. elcetinnfor onievr and dir :('I:- 5uchTa? medicine you willnnd in
praise for the beautifully decorated I in invidioucomf ,n-, XionevtDr.. -hall be on the trot Monday in March of Bitter-, and only'pu cent- b.3ltleatuj

44 church on Ea=ter. Palmetto fanfern- ; ii:tnt -ayit ia great mi-take tour>- 1. The name of thi- ct,! ,rationhal be each year, anal the tern-{ oficv for me drug store on Indian niTer

?; and mowere the evrrreenIn front jx.-e hat many of the FWid.i lotvnare The Titu-ville an.i Canaveral" steamboat : year. "r until the qualification of auc- -
ft and .,rtation SaUe.
Tmn-j Company. ce r. ; Biicklen- Arnica
word "Ea-tfr" in and not in excellentanitarv condition and .
vra*, the ever_reen- ?. The zenejjil nature of the bu-ine- t;- The Iii she-: amount of indebtedne--- The ttc-: shin the w.ridbruies fore

j white i roseCa'da and Ea-ter lilier -. ( iine "f tll m. he a-d o led. are mo-t attrac- \ the corj,oraiioihail K- the tran-ixjrtatiua= ; .:r liability to which the coloration can a: !: -v,re_. ulcer. alt rheum few

j .r >;ee?, fern 3mI no--decorated the-tand. live placeinviting to the in queof) !: of freight: and pa -en er- ui, .n the Indian 'an- time -ubjtvt it-vlf shall not exceed 1 pure tetter chapped hand. chil :

JJ The huu-e Sea crowded fur -
: home-. : quito Lai"*>n. in the untieof FJrevard,, IncrirporattT-: Jame T. Small. Ijewt lively cures pile*, or no pay req ma.:

evening.A. I Dade and Ytilu-ia. and to the moot ('on\"en-. ; t,-n. Maine; K bert .\. IIardee.if! Ilartleeville. It is zcarauievd t.> rive perfect 5?Jr;."

+ f ---'- i s, ient point on the Kanar.a live ;. reach Hrevard d.uny, PTorida.: Minor S. tion or mooerefu ded. Price & td

F. >. William* 5>e>erf> CZK The Orange 3Iarkct. the Ui:ht of Canaveral. Jon-. Titn-vile Fla": : Ilobbin-: Graham : er K'x. For s1Ie by all drug ?tOet",
l
Z. The -ock..i the jration Titn-ville. Fla. : Albert .\. Taylor, Cocoa.Ure .
capital River.
Corp 1 and Indian
Wile and Family. Kerxjrted by G. .S. Palmer. whleale t. Titusville, on
-hail tnr five thon-and dollardivided: int.i ar-l county !3.: Jo-iali Thompoa. ofMinrif..p -- ---

Our town tva- all excitement la-t mei'-hant in fruit* and I'r.i-! 10 J i fifty -hartof one hundred dollar each .laMir.n. ; Severe Cases of Blood poho '

It Tbur+lay with the report that ArthurF..1S'illiam ; Rrtlletri't"t, N. Y. twenty-rive per cent of the face value t.:! from blood po Ol .'
aid -:oek to b- paid byuWriber '>a J. M. SAWYER Thonsandsuffer
had kipped UK- country, N ETor;;. April 2)ith. l9.Ocrin' the delivery of hi? certificate nj of -tock. tht \: SOX, who would be cured if they gave d'.B.

r deserting hi's ife and children I leaving : :a tie: continue; light receipt- balance -nhject to call on cote .f the director o ; Botanic Blood l.:11m'a trial. ; '
Yacht Sail-makers Gs. !
for unknown. all c.f which l and notice. the Blood Balm lo.Atlanta.
parts have Southern fruit- and vegetable! ? the : proper book of wonderful cure?, that COt1U 4

been proved tru'*. Helarted fur Jacksonville market remain- 4. The a corporair -hall commence on free.
a he31hynndiion. th' most k ptiIt! i> t'nt .
\ the filing of its article of I 84 & 85 South St.. New York
about two weekago. n.. "ne and favorable! mice are, being (obtained incorporation J. O. "iilJ-t.ln. Meridian. 3lisW
; with theeretar of State and the clerk
.t knowing where he had gont. There he c-pecially for choice lumaioebean i I A"Y'I -For a number of yearl suffereil.un11
-. r.f court of the countk-- which i: -hall if aironies from bl Md pwial. : ,
din paled for io-e'-t-ral.ay.! exra"aantJbeCUrin2 and continue it the f r : FOOT( OF Mill ST.. ATLANTIC IraJf.
: \ritatoeetc. theupply of which i i- ojjerate : K'rodI prominent plVicaii_ did me l Little

{ t# .*. money from Judge Jonenu Cfmpl.r HiTt"ly -mall at pr --.ent. Extra twentyvar. YACHT IL\=IX. BROOK LYX. t ;Ol'tl.! I bei to u-e C. I:. 15. witkT1 :

merous friend* on the plea that h** watt .; fine tomatoe- are readily pia"t from :;. The 1m-i:1e.f the e..mj>any -hall: Jxc j little tath, but to my utter surprislia
-@rcp ;
little -hort of fund. About Tue-day $3'*) to $4 Jto I -ecrt-tary. trea-nrer and rive direct'.c. Tht Particular attention.riven to Pleasure} | 7.: !T.; Hallerton. Macon 11:1.. \f :tI

of lat week he found out that -u-pieion; c 3. Hi. Potato'rime; -r-tock $0.00t' I elirtctr. -hoJl, f..r the first year.l the unIcrisned -. Unit Sail- a-f all tlecrirtionJ. -. '*i* I| -I contracted blood iwis-on. I 1151 iJ,

s.h wa arou-ed here regarding him. s. h,- -i7.(". per barrel. but latearrivalhow ( incorporator. and hall h..ld until .!.physicians. toil then w eat |0 ."':,
their elevte l and rillTCHARD. PieMem.V. .a I jeturr.etl home a ru lu.d.t'
-ncce--or are qualify. } I'Tin;
left Jack-onville after borrowing all! the inure or le.. i iu ,. do '
irregularity .
quality.Cablvairt lly.
I to
0 An election f.)r directorhall 1 I.e held b\ ). DROWN.Ca,uier. pby-K Nothing srtiuetl Jj
money he Could.trd giving orderon ? Jl.-;+j to $:/". Green pea- 7 xr.. vote of the cap1tiltock, at the principal 1 l any u et>d" My mother persuaded ncJ..cIrr ;.

3r the firm-Jones & \ril iam-fur quite ; to L'_': pt-r qnart liect $1/25! to $1.50. ace of the company in Titu-vilfe, i-n tht INDIAN{ RIVER BANK. H. 1. B. To my utter :".-tool. -
'
tint Monday in ,l. I>. ulcer l1ickly.he-lI I. .J'h
large amount". IxrttucH 1.-t t(}:.fY) per k-trrel. April l>i o. aiu!t every' ') .
each sui>>e<{uent year. The lioanl r.f Hi j. I\j. Iorntlauts., lia.. writc5.J|
) U'l Up to late )la>t night no information Florida orangehaxe further advanced] n.ctOI"hall elect the pre-iilent, vice-pre-i- 'I'ittis-ills. Ffol"lda. : surteretl years from syphilitic b*

had been received of hi present where in price owing to light receipt.and fewaleexceedin.r dent, secretary and treasurer, who may I IK i! poison which refused to be cured D| J.i

about Lat week hij wife started I to > prc-entquotation-. Fancy. director, or not, and shall have power to: .. A GENERAL BAKKDf BUSINESS THANSACTED. j i treatment. Physicians pronounced. I JisI*
eon-olirlateany two of oaid omC'C. if decided:t n hopele-s case. I hail no appetite. J
Jacksonville with the hope or finding ; Indian liver fruit, of electe\lste-, are exjtedient. liirector* and otficer* shall Ixtockholder : pains in hip and joints, and .tikerV kida'd'

him and persuading him to return but -oiling at from $4.5<'> to $-3.00 j er box; in the corporation. Exchange: bought anti uo1f1. Special and were di eJ. My throat wn* *

met with 'uceeof he had t.. The pit-ulpt attention given to collection Loans j and; my breast a mass of running IO
no c ur\ a bright.3.23 to $4.03; ru-.
left for other '.pa-ture green.:' $3-) to $4.CJ ; mixed count5O to I : or 1i3Jil.itJto which me c',rpo ration mat !Rank. Corporations aiul Individual Inter. B. B. It healed ulcer and *-
at any timeubject itselfhall not exceeii'l l e>t allowed on time ileposits.Advances every t
Jlr.rilJiams' character and habits with
l S3.30. cured completely
and
: me
one-half the face value of the capital stock, made upon available collateral.
t: seemed to be quite well understood by 10,<>00 quart: of Florida -trawberriei i s R P. PADDISOX, Approve bu-ine$* p Ipcr.tlis"Ountt',). month

x l many of our citizen, and something; find a ready outlet at from SOc. to 3c.. H. J. TIFFI r. Drafts Iu! hies on*all done part at of Jacksonville Europe. rates. LEWIS.CiYil .

lr this kind was no great astonishment to l per quart ; other grade, 20e. to 2c. !1 N. X. PEN.VY.E. : Every banking favor, ,cheerfully consistent extended.COI'.IESI'ODEN with sound. J.F.;

r them. He alit) borrowed from quite Choice berries range in price from 20c.. S. WILEY | and Smejorr
d, I J. M. JJIXOK.. rs: Bank of Jacksonville I Enpcer
number of citizens small j Jacksonville, Fla. atiol1ai
t our. some very to 30c. a quart. April23rd, 1SSU. 1. ; The Seabojinl
hank,New 1 ork. 3 TItusvillc, Flu.



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i THE FLORIDA STAR THURSDAY
APR. 25: 1889. 11


89. f 'a'sTudlb mediaeval room full f I .
or or mellow
Q MEVS DRESS. Consumption Surely Cured. Notice of Incorporation. tI I Tax Xotice.I .
Qrad light and rich color. Unless one sees such on i

'i example as this the position in art once held To THII: EDITOU-Ple...e inform your readers that; The following Corporation has this will be at the
I I voting places' on the'
have ,
a ItIvM ieuiii. lor the abo\t nauieUdisemse.
Very pale its rill nm this spring. by Baron Leys is not understood. pot > been formed
readily lay the
By it* llinelj Ur.- Umu atid of Lopelfkscane by undersigned dates below, for the purpose of receiving
.
, bnt, The twice round has not made a hit. hate bem peuu. neutly cured. i shall be: I incorporators, to wit : St. John and Indian tax returns :
" "'ho WHAT JOCKEYS MAKE. glad toer.d tWit ltoitlt-8 <>f UI.*' it-iunlj >HEItuau> River Canal and Steamboat Co.

, G stylish bar COLt is of white duck closed of jour readers who bate consumption u they will t Capital Stock 8100.000 dollars, in Eden..........Tuesday, April, 2nd, 1SS!>.
eeiul iiif their e&i>mtM .iai u..t oUk" addrrs.Reepectl Fort "
', BrI.Ittlea. with frogs.Retailers. Barnes earns $4,000 per year. ally, I shares of 100 dollars each. Pierce.-.Wedne&day, 3rd, U

} report a boom in pearl gray even W. Hayword's salary is 7000. T. A. SLOCUM, M. C 1"1. 1".ul .t., New York. i To dig, excavate an'l build canal connecting :Narrows..........Friday, ..t5th, .t.

I felt ing dress gloves. i the waters of the St. John's and Sebastian.Saturday, 6th.
p. Anderson makes $5,000 a year. j --- : Indian river suitable and sufficient :\Ialabar\Ionday/ h 8th U
in umbrella han- 1 by a ,
Novelties stone for
cameo Taylor's yearly salary is $;,000. canal, to carry, transport and convey bourne, ..Tuesday 9th, 't
dles worth
XG. ,' are looking up. Fitzpatrick corns $(),OOO per year. frt ; persons and I property thereon in the Eau Gallic.Wednesday' .. 10th, U

---- Velvet collars on dress suits, a London fad Ed. Garrison earns $10OOO per year. 's Pills Counties of Volusia. Brevard and Orange Tropic,.........Thursday" u 11th, .

::111011', n:' in a small way, has not caught on. Charles Shaocr makes $7,000 a year. I and all necessary canals connecting said Canaveral......Saturday, 13th, U

tr,1&.. Nature has to pave the way for the man i principnl canal. To navigate and run Georgians,..... Monday, 15th, U

who would look well in knee breeches. Cardinal Haynald, the Hungarian prelate, I r i Steamboats upon said canal St. Johns Rockledge.Tuesday, 16th, U

'aA w., The cloth for President Harrison's inaugural was leaving his hotel to go to his carriage, I FOR TORPID LfiVER. I and Indian River.: The principal office Cocoa,.........Wednesdav, 17th, U

,Slit, suit is a plain black diagonal of very fine when a child begged him for alms. He felt A torpid liver ctN4t.UGcs tlio itholesys. I of !said Corporation shall be at Meritt.........Thursday," H 18th, .,

Dick", texture. in all his pockets without finding a coin, and, tem, wild produces i! Osteen.'ohisia county. State of Florida, City Point.Friday, &0 19th, ..

seeing a richly dressed woman passing beck OSTKEX. Fla., March 15, ISS9.
T.H.Sanders
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Toilet requisites-dressing oases and the Sick Headache Saturday, 20th,

.III like-are gaining: more and more space in out- oned to her, asked for her purse, and taking II. E. OSTEEN. Titusvillc,....Monday, h 2nd, II

8014 fitters1 stock. from it a liberal sum, bestowed it upon the Dyspepsia, Costiveness, Rheu- JOHN SAULS. LaG ,......Tue dav, h 23rd, "
child. Then he thanked the woman gravely, *
JOHN U
Some of the new scarfs make a fellow as PUICE. llims.ll'ednesdav, 24th, U
his driven matism Sallow Skin and Piles.
and entering carriage was "
orDk:1. away. i W. s. NORWOOD.GEO. .
Haulover I'
conspicuous as a highly polished name plateon ,......Friday, 26th,
a shabby front door. Tho pope is a very fine chess player, and There is no better remedy for these I W. DICK&OX.A'otice. \\". R. SAXDERS
diseases than Tutt's I.h.erPills ,
one priest in Home has the especial honor of common
fame; The clothiers all over the country report a being his adversary over the board. This as a trial will prove. Price,23c. i Assessor! for Rrcvard Co.
Grej, decided increase in the demand for !
ready .
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Sold '-- -
priestr Father Giella-has played chess with Everywhere. I
made swallow tail coats.
Leo Pecci for thirty-two years.Yhen Car- XOTIC'C.
roapcks FIESSCURED b P. Tht. All concerned, will take notice that six
The ear muff business among the retailersin dinal Pecci was raised to the Father I
papacy DEAF To all irh It
'
& EAR CUSHion months after date I will Inv linn] all way concern:
this part of the country has not been a Giella got an invitation to take up his quarters I Wktsper kemrd 4IsthtetJ,. Comfort present

lire, howling success this winter. in the Vatican. Giella is hot tempered, able. 8.e.euhlwhere&remed'el'. rail. Illi.b.ok proofs: : account to Honorahle )[inorK .Jone*, County wake notice tlia;; w<,. tin- luu.si] .le: .
tree. 4dJ'CII.r call on) UifiCOX.MS Broad w.* r. Judge of L'revard Florida and
j'.\" I White effects In full dress jewelry continuein but the pope takes his temper good naturedly, county, will at the expiration of lour wt'.ks'puhliation

lob great demand, though the plain gold is by and is said to often improve the occasion by PARKER'S pray for an order dNmissing! me from the of this '' lOt l'('. accordance
execution of the! last will and of
r no means losing its popularity. a homily on tho virtues of resignation and HAIR BALSAM testament and. conformity with Chapter "3'iOlof:
I'limea I). Wesson late of said
iloh' county, the Jaws of Florida
r Detachable overcoats made In meekness. Cleanses and beautifies the hair. file a }petition and I
clq cape up 41 dec-eased.I.I
Promotes a luxuriant growth. : make
Scotch and English tweeds have the patterns Tello d'Apery, a l year- ld boy, has started Never Fails to Restore Gray I AGNES M. WESSON, IJroome.application to tin. Hon. John 1).

- just bold enough to distinguish the wearer in a paper in New York, and intends to devote d Hair hits Youthful Color. I oO-mo.( Administratrix.XOTICC Judge of the 7th Judicial rlr-
cuit of Florida.
ir. a crowd. the net profits to the purchase of shoes Prevents Dandruff: and hair falling for the adoption of Ethel
a fine.and Ifl)ftt r) :!'d-istq. Louise.
mother has learned for the first for poor children. The paper is called The infant child of William P. Den-
Many a
and Marie
,9.Gri Hour and it has attracted much at- tnIr UTSSAMPLESFREE I man Louise Denman, hi- wife,
Sunny ,
.
time that her eldest born has ideas of his own I I deceased! of
tention. Tho little fellow has received a letter 'EC.iL St.'U"I'T.Xew York Citf"OSGOOD" Jacksonville Fla.. as (111I'child
when he turned up his nose at the trousers his I In Circuit ('0111 t of tin 7th Judicial and hl'irt 1 law.Rockledge. .
from Mrs. Harrison commending enterprise.
nh she had made for him 0 Circuit ot Florida in and for KrcxaidCounty. Fla.. March 15.; A. 1).1'S9

bentioa. Match boxes, cigar cases, gentlemen's toilet -. t1. S. Stariarl Scales.sE A. I). 18S9.JainpsPritchaid J. M. LEE.LELA .

> sets and other knickknacks, left over from the LIGHT AND AIRY. 4 Sent on trial. Freight V. LEE.

fact, holiday trade, are being offered at about one- paid. .ullyWarrmted. )! Dissolution I otCharles

Lucy third of their original cost by a well known A Tragic End. 3 TON $35. 1 \'S l 1). Sweet J I'trtllcrslllp.I NOTICE.All .
hew York retailer "cotillon favors." Other sizes proportion.
soil] as He worked for eight dollars a week.

P. Sailor knots of moderate size are worn by So his prodigal wants were repressed; free.ately low.Mention Agents this well Paper.paid. Illustrated Catalogue It appearing from the affidavit of theatto'r..r notice person* concerned! will now tik>

But he had an imposing physique that six months after date, I will
as i of the most fastidious dressers in pref- for the above named complainant -
many Which he longed to keep perfectly dressed OSGOOD ft THOMPSON, Binghamtca, IT. Y. present to Hon. Minor S. Jones, County
that the said I is
TUB erence to all other ideas in neckwear forms. respondent a nonre -
, A superb and commanding physique. HINDERCORNS.The ident of the State of Florida wit Judge of _lireraHl county, Florida. mV
.
my They represent the class of men who are slowto > to :
He bound dressed.Hiit final
was to keep thoroughly : vouchers
only acre Cure for Corns. Stops all pain. Ensures administrator with the
resident of the of XeOrleall
'omart- ; take to novelties and follow the same rut comfort to the feet.15c.at Druggista. IUscoi&Co.y.Y.CONSUMPTIVE. a City will :annexed of
season after s03.S0n.-The Men's Outfitter. hi. suit it was never complete; and that the said respondent is in the Thomas New, late of

If he bad an immaculate hat. -T belief of the said attorney over the age saitl Urevard} (county deceased and thatat

HINTS. And the daintiest shoes on his feet wave "01't ,11!:":" It'.n.hill., .',,'I.mn. lndigesuon! Use of twenty-one: years, it is therefore the same tim I will apply for letters
L, USEFUL Htt would have a dejected cravat; PARlttit"ECINCER TONIC. It has cnred dismissory! from lIch; administration.
'h"*oi':teifl l i ;t lm lx-...t rrimiit: <"r nil ills arising hereby ordered That the said respondent
... .,. ,, ,
I Wear twelve dollar shoes on his feet .r. M : ,1.4) and Fl.q). C. D.OW't. do This March 15, ISSO,
demur
}plead answer or
of --- -- -----
Rain water and soap will remove machine And u picayune style cravatIf WM. MCI
MADE WITH BOILING WATER. to the Bill of Complaint herein tiled on 'I\CI-aX.
from washable fabrics. I 48-Gmo.
grease he bought a cravat that was new. I or before the nth day ot May A. I). ISSO.or Administrator, etc.
r Put salt in water to prevent black calicoes Then his shoes would be out at the toes; the \\illbo- taken confe'sedaud
same: as !
3 from fading when they are washed. Let him struggle the best be could do.He'd EPPS'GRATEFU S the said complainant allowed to XOTICE.T. .
wear some disreputable clo'esLet -
)1& When recipes given call for a cupful it him torture the best be could do proceed expaite in said} cause. And it ..\ IJ OFFICE. (;Aixl:3viLLE.: Fr.A. \

m. means precisely half a pint. This amount of i is ordered that of this March
He'd han some unconventional clo'ca. .- a copy order be Hi. 1. 8J.! j
( : sORTiNG.0000A
'tfa granulated sugar weighs half a pound.A published in the FLORIDA>> .iTA I:. a newspaper Notice i is hereby given that the follow

little borax put into the water in which If And his beaver bin coat was and shiny his ub.ter and sleek.au fait. published in said ('otlnty for the ing-named settler has filed. notice of his

scarlet napkins and red bordered towels are Yet he worked for eight dollars week. pace of lour consecutive weeks prior intention to make final }proof iu supportof

to be washed will prevent them from fading.To And his trousers were rusty and gray. to said (Gth day of May. A. I). ISSU. his claim and that said proof will be

lie; tako ink out of linen, dip the ink spot in He toiled for eight dollar a week; Witness the lIoli./.John D. IJroome. made before A. A. Stew att. Clerk Circuit

in pure melted tallow, then wash out the tallow Hence his trousers were baggy and gray MADE WITH BOILING MILK. Judire of said Court as well as A. A. COllrt.n Titusville, Fla.. on May 4;h,

'OFfor Stewart. Clerk of said Couit. aud I the ISSO. viC.. I). Sams of ('ollr.Fla..,
ink will with This is
and the out it.
come
But at last bN whole suit was complete
Seal of said Court at the Couit House in II. E. Xo. 12S51 for the
unfailing. And be walked forth in glory and pride RHEUMATICScioticPains .. : S. A of S. E. \1.
"
-rb.elT., Well dressed from his head to his feet: the town of Titiisville in said Count}" X. 11 ; of S. E. ]' and: S..11' 4 of X. E. 1

' Kerosene rill make tin tea kettles brightas Cut the very same hour he died % / \ this 'J7th day of Marclt.:1.1).1889. S('('. 12. Tp. is:j S.. R. :3G t E.
Saturate woolen and rub withit. ,A
ted! new. a rag Well dressed from his head to his feet- lie names the following witnesses'
A. A. STEWART.
It will also remove stains from varnished
In the hour of he died
triumph his
are furniture. Arhmir ':nl.'n 4' d Hn.b, Tti'. KI.IIJ"It..., 1 tm'II.1 ('IN k If Court. prove continuous residence upon} andcultivation
alt -- -Yankee Hlada Painnii'Uiimfi.' S.j i.it;... Sirt| > .in.' ,\.1\I'I'iny! JONES & WILLIAMS.Attorneys ( of. said land vi/ : 1:. J. La.Roche

When silk has lost its gloss and becomes P51,15.Irii.: .* itit >it..- until... "" tti'. 4'irileutaAn- Archie )1<.']::1... E. C. U'halny. J.
Dr. II. Wasn't Tascott. for
n.iViiM I'la..t'r) T! l< > I. > f ";ulw'nst19i1'.11'.I' Complainant.:
it bo restored witha
limpsy may by sponging ... ,. ,. J. LaRoche. of Couitney. Fla.
ii !IItl".I't.i n ftrt. fi-- h1
"
!hi Madame I'm Jn :
Hungry Trainj
solution of half an ounce of gum tragacauth great for SI 1"A.. >\ 'ii-i--. .. ..f P'ln'Eh lMr r..iN' ----- ---- -- 10. S. C. TUCKER, Register.OTIC .
in of hot water. trouble. I can't carry this terrible secret In OJ
a pint Cir.eze1t.' i '''''''
OD- my bosom any longer I'm Tascott the man I'miiiV'H.)....-' '."S..1... char' 'il and oily t-lon ,"ir'-.l Notice Incorporation oi flie
Alum water Is used for frosted \
by many r;.
that killed SnelL If you'll give me a good h)' ('Ciip1t.t Foir
feet. Soak the feet for half an hour in a I --___ __ I 1I.'c.ul'dbsh'act of'I'll
.11at square meal I'd as soon you'd get that 50,000 LAND OFFICE. (;..tl1s1'iLI.E.1Oth.
strong, hot solution of alum water,and if one ; CHICHESTER'S ENGLISHPENNYROYAL
reward as anybody else. h Co in pa 113-.
\Ial"h .
diPe+ application is not enough, two certainly will :; l SU. f
Lady of the Uouse -Certainly, come rightin. PILLS The undersigned have associated! themselves Notice i? hcreflh'l"1I that the following -

be.To plates! There's some soup, a porterhouse BED CB3SS: IIAUOND l as a body corporate and give the following : ii'imed settler: has tiled notice of
clean pie that have long been \
mashed stewed )
steak some potato, his intention
to make final In
...
used for baking, put them in a largo kettle of corn and turnip, and there's a whole mince I Ipic. A.{ 11 reliable OrtjtUal pill,bnt for,sale.ealj \ notice of their incorporation : of his claim and thai proof:said: support

cold water and throw on them a few hot Eat all you want. r' Aftk for Chtchetter't EItANDt 1. 1 he name of the corporation shall be be made proofwill
I
Diamond fa before A.ih'wart.
I Brand ClerkCircuit
ashes or cinders and let them boil an hour. Tramp (after gorging himself to SltictYJI I j ,talUc boxe,.sealed with "The I'revard Abstract of Title Company. '
Court
.
adsn. bon. At Druccl"t A :'. The general nature of the business :It 11t11'ilf. Fla.. on May
To make tough steak tender, tako a teaspoonful Thank you madame you are very kind. 1 .f no other. All pills in pa.t 24th.! ]:''i&!). viz : David I.. Conrad of Canaveral -
board boxes, pint wrapper,are a dant.' the shall be to furnish abstractsof
all salad oil, two teaspoonfuls vinegar, feel a great deal better-so well that I guess I i one counterfeit. terrible secret to the next town pirtlcuUrs and"I eilcfG.rLadles"ia title and other information as to the title -
little can
tho steak
ng a Lay carry my northeast
pepper. .
caj-enuo i I.tlnh'e
uponit of
letter, by return mail. 1O.OOO ttviimonlulsftom location character and t :$ north east
eirl and let it remain one hour then turn over and work it on somebody for supper.-Chi- LADIES who hare u.edthem. Name Paper. value of lands i !sec. 14 and! lot :' H'e. TowlIship: ) 22:

j and let it lie an hour. cago Herald .... CMchester Chemical: Co.BUdisonSq.Puilial>3SIIRRIFF'S in the counties in uhich it may do business. south rttget7: cast.lie .
as.TCI -- --- ---- .'). The amount of thecapital, stock of the
. Toilet divide tho names the .follouing tvitit'sses
covers chiefly attention : to
The Wager. ; to i \.C.! ('oIllJlmyhall! bc fifty share* of one Iiundivd -
re. | with fofa pillows, rot present. They ore of piovo his coi.tinnons\ resideu'-e! 1111011:111(1
Upon a point of difference i dollars eacli, to be paid aIin full :
ill fine white linen, and can now lx bought withdrawn with I'nder :anl l l Itv virdu of .11: exwtition i is- I cultivation of said i land.iz :
They argued vehemence. 4. The shall
corporation !
of i work borders stamped for embroidery, Sweet Maud aud May could not agree; sin-d out ..f! the; : Cir"-nit Court of the Si v- the day its tides (association. commence filed on .lames, M. U'eMier., Orlando! Quaitcrimiii. -

t. which is usually in outline with linen floss And so.Kith iMilli Cirviiit ol Florida fur Irt'tard.Ilatt; wfih the : are Xatlian X. Pem.nnd Ileiuy U'ilson. -
Secietary of State; and continuefor
and wash alks. cheeks aglow. ii}'on a jii'i; ihi-nt tiuTi-iii given inI <.:-ui-i- of Canavcial.! Fla.

* Diluted laudanum is excellent to apply to They turned to Tom appealingly 1 \vlirrvin lIeu,,:: Lernlieiiu .1:11 1 ;!-.ive ."twenty years. :xI 1 -0. C.'I'CChlil: l:..gi-ter.
>. The ollicers hv which the business of
And asked what should the wager be .
sores or wounds to heal them If tho wounds : lL .xill-l'r, t. 1':11'11I r: :IS J'rllll in. la-s- the
D1 Tom pondered deep awhile. company will beutanlgcIshah! hI be three
%OTIt.'I;. .
i l'. of t'ine'iiliati i 011!U.: i in-
inger.'c
are fresh and of great extent, care must bo Then answered with a smile: x., t: w 'r\ 1.1:1 dirt''rorwho, for the tint shall be the
tili-!; ind .| F. J. \vis diIu I Ihavo yenr I.AXI) OFFICE. GAINE.SVILLE.
taken to not cst it full strength nor too O.NMII (? was tlPt. incorporatois below !si< JJl.d.| The directors

freely as enough might bo absorbed into the "You might bet candy or a treat ; U-vifd njhHi and will !sell! at ptildici :shall be elected' each subsequent March :'JUtb. Is-bO. j'
Most ladies something sweet). year, on
system to causo too profound bleep to bo de- Dot something wager sweeter far than this ut! ('iy, in Ij.iJit of It' ( oi.ii l llt- d.ici' at the first Tuesday in .p.ril. The directors- Notice i is hereby given that! I he following .

E rnbl rilusville I I2in..ii: the tir t Moinlay! in named settler has tiled! notice ot Iii
tr Would be for each to bet a kiss. shall elect two of their number to be president i- -
May, A. 1 1'. I ":>'.' llic follouini n,>r s 111:11] l
They both agreed then turned to go- and secretary of thecotutanyand the intention to make linal ptoof in siippuit

all: ART NOTES. "Dut stop," said be 'tis fair, you know. property, to-wit: : 'i.o! inti-rtM of the said latter shall also perform the duties} of treInrt'r. of his claim, and that said pioofill bo

sid 1d. I'm sure the wager each one makesTo I. F. Lewis in the ,'!Hunl' IM..:I kii'nvn a* They also such : made before. A. :-t<'WII"t. t lerk Circuit

. : New Orleans has opened an exhibition ofbono let me ladies hold the stakes:" the nllllJ.p',hid :ntxrt-t 1'cJi.I _:: etlniatidat as are necessary may to transact employ the business agents of Court at Titusville. Fla.. on Friday May24th.
-Exchange.
le; talent $:!VI. the ISSO viz : James. )[. Webber of Canaveral. -

Its There is an exhibition of tho painting of Who They Are. .1AMIlS E. );-.HrH.\X: .,.company.U. The highest; amount of indebtednessor Fla.. lid. Xo. 1c33: : for he .south

in Stephen Parish in Boston. :shclit i tr.! east i of sec. 11 J. Township! 22! south.
Who ore those arrogant, self conceited liability to which the (.orloration} can at

Mme Marie Forget, of Fontaincbleau, is to creatures who move about without s"m"atby; ---- -- any timesubjict h {.shall! not excel'd one- range 37 east.

do tho medallions ia the new Hotel do Villo for others and who think more of an A ,.ier- JI.\ L.\ Bli: CIGAIt !'..tt''A tit) 1'. Iial! the face \":tILI' of its elitaltock.. He names: tin follouiug; witnesses to

a. of Paris, which were assigned to Colin. ney cow or a St. Bernard dog, or a Southdown pru l his continuous residence upon and
23. C. i'f' .lrel' WALTER S. GRAHAM. cultivation said
Those whonver : Pr./irk'ietot' : ot. land viz :
than of I
In. sheep a man
Citizens of Hartford
are making strong endeavors ( ;1:0.1.. ROP.ISI.NS04w. Wilson. Xatlian
: Henry X. Orlando
Penny.
-
B, to raise a fund with which to providethe had any trouble or whose troubles were .ManuiuctuiiT of f line Iltvinn surd !)<>- .; .
MINOR :;. JONES, ( tItrte..mallIIIIJhl\.illr... Conrad
to city with a f ruo library and art room. never sanctifietL Who are those men who mc>tic C'i_;ir.Tr de :uj })111L! i with fine, of Canaveral. Fla. ,

of listen with moist eye as you tell them of hand mailer d Ordure fillet} --------- ---- -- -- .--
M. Secretan tho magician who corners and who have in their "> > proinjitij. ;>1 s. t. TrCKKK. Register.
a
suffering, pathos
steel end copper, has in Paris a gallery of Factor Malabar.: ; Fl.i. 2S XOTCJ;.
'\ voice, and a kindness in their manner, and
paintings containing thirty specimens; of Notice Creditor, Legatees. andDistributee
*: ileissonicr. an excuse for those gone astray They are ETCi;' acid r;'I'on Pilant's ;ati Ikhis. 1iuherIntl: hit. \'irtlu o( au order issued *.
id tho men who have graduated at the royal
Tho internal decoration of St. Paul's cathedral academy of trouble, and whose diplomas are > by the Honor.-iMe, Minor S.Jones ('ottnty All person savior cluirus and demands

:tltf in London, has been resumed. Mosaics written in wrinkles on their own counte- GREEN SALTED ALLIGATOR HIDES, Etc Judge; of I I'rrvanl: i county. Fla made against theotateol Robert: Walker an creditors -

ore now being placed tho of on the! 1st day of :March. lss{). udou the distributecs will
on gpondcls nances. No diamond fit for a crown until it legatees or take notice -

It the dome after designs by Watts. is cut. Xo wheat fit for bread until it ujrrouad. l on.ilTT HIGHEST: MAKKHT IT.ICi:. petition oj 1). P. Smith, a* administrator that their claims im\pt. !be presented to
of Frank Smith deceased. for orderto
: Tho season of studio reception, such as it is, .Talmage. Prompt nl.JUittan't'fllr} an me within two years from the date hereof
j5 :::.ell toe lands of the !said deceased for
is at hand. The artists in tho Holbein studios. or the !same: will l ire barred, and persons in-
J. K. CILLEY A ( 0. the bayment )hiuVbts and distribution.
S -
keep it up, though most of our painters and Vile Cignrs. lebte-d to said estate will make: payment to
i'- Xo. ;<1) Gold street, Xt.York.. .1 u ill. on ,11I1I,1:1the first day
0} sculptors have unhappily abandoned it. "Alfred, love you don't seem to like thecig3l" me. E. GALE,
of :1i| ri1..1.) It. ISM!). "in front of the
JDflj Holman Hunt tho pre-Raphaelite has been 1 gave YOlLOh Administrator of lobertralker, late of
Coins HUll,' d"i or iu said countv. between -
at work for thirty years on a picture entitled *' yes 1 do, but they are too choice to GRAND VIEW HOTEL tin uval hour* of sale !sell at Philie !)- Dade county, deceased. ,

to "May Morning on Magdalen Tower." lIe smoke for common I don't bring 'em out tiucti t4). to t"ie! highest; bidder the following 'April, ISS'l*. ;31-Sw.

nt expects to finish it for this year's spring ex- except when some of our gentlemen "friends described lands, belonging! to theestate

hibition.A drop in to enjoy them with me." TITUSVILLE. FLA.Tic GFNTS WANTED. (Only ?73.,
4nq ot said Fr.nk Smith. deceased situated -
.41d Mr. Angus, of Montreal, has given six "That reminds me, Alfred that none of in sail Kir.ard C'OI1I1to \vir :
them have called here for some time. They -0- EARTH SEA SKV
111 paintings to the art gallery of that city, including were always so sociable. 1 wonder what the Lot 1 :,1\(1\. II \ of X.V.: J s e. :.T ,

two by the late Bliss Baker, a pictureby be," Towii-hip'JO.,oU:|h l.-unre, 3S east. and Ir }carrels of the Universe; : a graphic description cth
Wyatt Eaton, and specimens of Bouts reason can lost centrally located Hotel+l in City, lot f. :0'.(". 'M. :'I'otv'tlshiipl 20. South Range i i:3s ,' ,uljS Alfred makes no reply, but thinks it may i )111..m.t mid Sea-renowned discoveries of great ex
reau, Kowalski: and Vcriner. have been the cigars.Chicago Herald. -0- :: east containing l.;0 acres ; Lot 4. Sec. nl wtc"r... Published Enlih and German. M2 payee; ,
The of who insist 10. Township :35.; South Range 40 east lit illustrations. A GREAT BOOK:TO SELL. ltio-
misery gentlemen
I on appearing I tnted circulars and extra terms to agents P ..EE.FOQYIIBE .
e at costume balls in full armor was NEW HOU.-:E. FIIl T.GL.IX contait.ing! ; (04 .V() acie*. Terms cash Purchaser A JleHAKIN. C.l elonaU. O.
1 Advice to the Girls.A .
eclipsed by tho adventure that befell Ziem, EVERY ra rECT. to pav for nr!.'s.This I

the painter of gorgeous views of Venice. He man may dress In a shabby way. March Ur. 1SM PERFECTCOFFEE
I
fPt was trying on a casque when the visor fell For But tlon't do not Judge know him we often by his find looks. Open all the year round. Table tiiKurpassed. L. P. SMITH. I MAKER.

in such a way that he could not open it again you Administrator (.f the estate of Frank I A new Invention for making
The best of reading in the worst dressed books?] I Hath Ilooms Free.Kates Coffee and Tea better than sass
Smith.
assistance of locksmith.
tho
without a
thing now in we ; tares J{of the-
But should be be a dudeiet gay '1 lie above Sib is .postponed until I IL. Coffee and can be used with may
of the late Baron
Tho finest example Leys $2.5O & s5.; (>o Ity.PECIAI. V
Again don't judge him by his lookx per Coffee or Tea Pot. Sample will be
Gth. the
of Belgium, the master of Alma Tadema, has Monday. May same being the' sent by mail for twenty cent In
For don't you know w\ often find first in the month. Agent Wanted tosend
$ RATES PER WEEK. Monday tampa
been imported by William Schaus. It repre- The worst of reading ia the best dressed books j' for full particular of this
gents Rembrandt malady and child in -r ttarg: Chronicle. WALTER S. GRAHAM.Commissioner.. : and other fast selling articles.

J. A. MILLER Proprietor. aMCMlkln,CIAdaastla

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THURSDAY APR. 25, 1859.E. .
i1, 1.2' THE FLORIDA STAR, ,

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; week. These places i.a. the "White Squall" very nicely. ,
i," : '31 LOCAL LACMICS. jury within the past j
'1 : number of lettersof ajwlogr were Announcement
boold be repaired.On ,
'
t. I promptly
ExtraordInarJI
,.... -Dr. and Mr F. H. Honght&n leftfor the .Qreceived by 31es* -". Hawley and Walton
next the 2 th inst.,
Sunday
4a s 1 lift weeV.Mr. attend.
.. Georgian from person _hoe unable to
church of Titasvflle will be.
.;11 Cass Allen of Georgian*, wall in''- dedicated.Presbyterian The Ber. A. W. Sprooll of Easter Sunday wa very appropriately To Ice Citizens of TitusviUe and People of Indian HitetA;

f.: town for awhile yesterday.Judge observed at both Episcopal and :
will be to assist
Jacksonville present
{ We Wish to Inform Yon thatf'to Hare
bi,
3L S. Jones returned from and Preiyierian churchThe altar and
: ,f r a the pastor and will preach morning -
;.. ,, trip to Tallaha! .ee last Saturday. :j j evening. Everybody i* cordially invited chancel of ..t. Gabriel:: ** were aloot
t
...- Quite a pleasant little card party S:,{! to be present. covered with whit rower" of different Just Received a Large Consignment of GOOii

,;. '., were fathered together at the 3fackenzieoottage :!I -The friend* of 316 Emma Thu=by. kind, one of rare beauty and not ffreqoently '
-
K last sigh learn kOlwn.rcbdeacon Carpenter Direct from: :: New YorWhich z. T.e&1I
.. Y'a .' on Indian River, will be pleaded to ,
.51' ;. Mean. Watson and Oliver returned I j I I that she ha been engaged a* leading delivered imprewive and interesting IL brW
., .
r service wehall ill at Ix.'sre-t PriceCall and examine ocrg *! a ftT ..f y j -v
Q
and the fall morning <
from their trip down the river Monday i;.' s rp rand fur the musical fe ti11) be address: mention and you will be convinced that it J ay u trade at te.7* ,
decorationof -
floral
The .inc
carried out.
t afternoon in the Cleo. ;: was '
Philharmonic the Presbyterian church were beautiful ; tI
-Ri er Front for *ae on easy term* :!i Doner
,.afTirded pleading THB BAZAAR"Ladie ]
i? for cast & A. Hi-..***, Georgian mont, the last week: in May. and the ru Lrum
.
sight to the with the varied a.--ort- j r
eye
no
,
Fla. He nrean' oo!ices-. -Fortbe May Day Regatta at Turkey .
ment of fern, evenrreens and flower*. Is fir
E
-JwyMmeyH JWyto| Creek excursion rate from Titusville both para.-jls. ua umbrella-. muslin underwear.Yttrm: and Hk vest, isbcdFrat
: Communion wa celebrated at handkerchiefrnching-. collar, cuts, milt- bn-cles c*>rt. b**-. jerver-. }
.... "",, i' loan on real e -.ate. Apply to Bobbins j jA and all intermediate landing*. to the churches in the ID4rnngEt'tning! fir."j' -

!t. Graham, T tt1't"jne'01'ter |! above Picnic and Regatta-one fare for also! bc-M by the Ik.. C. C. Men and ly" clothinr, hat, dre*. and flannel! ,in.% tt.U.oO and Lido i :II):>>lap.
tri':; \ as her collars (-0'-: bctt< nb, eslijfr bps IrderAlfr ll
\ shell lime .If.-\ 1 quality is:- round trip. A special steamer will leave wear -c.jenderhandkerchief, tfQ
:
Court Huur.
isi etfcodist the
"' ile (31 J,.at TaL-t-. '
i .
ale J. .S. Wat*>n of El :j| Tito!ville at 6 a. m.. Wednesday, returning .
i : 1"t offered for by quite lu r xV H<.a- i..hin-TMe linen, df l ylie-, oil cloth*, gJb8..an- >Cj.b, E.i.C :ngli.tIDJ'eL

,, 1'1 Dora. Vrice famished on application i iI j f fl| early the following morning. -- Brother*, Waveland, !", fork?, fain and white wash brtisbe-. Etc.
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..i: -3Ir. J. E. Alexander who recently ;: -Captain and 3Ir!. A. Bennett, arrived here Monday afternoon with thenew Notioncrun!*-. bni-hes mirrr. stationery, jn*. eok'n.-. ball. leaoboe marl epe
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resigned as pot-o5ce inspector, ba= com- : 3Ir. Geo. (Clark who hare been ipenj'the -.fret }.acn.t. Naiade} built 1 by them [ elastic, plavin card, Etc., Etc. :sash rn

= f inesced the i of law at DeL ir'1. :: winter at Eau Gallie, left bj on 1! derFZo
.c w .1.1T .1k. I practice fa Mr. E B. WageThe model has ,
::11 ''Saturday t for their northern hoj at SPEC:!: AT. OFF: 3R !;
in ,e-ion J '
-The Teacher Intitute w j i been pronounced a Hurt pU=:a*ing one to

.;; i ir yesterday and to-day>> and quite an ins J| Rochester. N. Y. Capt. Ben t'fdi ha.< the eye bv rm -t who! have men her Her ,, few Varieties Peaches and Plums, $10.00 per 100..oralLa ai S1
','-. a little place on t] .
quite
tererting meeting i* reported by those i s pretty owner expectto ,ail lr in the :3IeI- [AH orde*> uef >re Jane will be tiooked for fall delivery at abore Price for any of tla 1bloving nt.o i
s I i known harbor r,f refuge for yachts, tlLCauGallie j vanelie liidwellV Early and Late Arlington, Uid well'- Improved *P
who are attendinj.Mrs. II I I r).,urue rater next week: if the nreary : tney
"1 I river. and Prtrnto Pt'3.cbhKe!*t-\, tea:*uma: i'.* -: Jarvis and her *i-ter, 3Ii ** Har-j j i i'I -' detail in rt-gard tit silt, tlIa..ct. etc.. Peach or Plain tock a: f'referred; tree three to four feet bijrh. Term10 >perct:= 1

V 1.s .f; rim, of Cot:J came up to town on i f **rC. T. McCarty and T.DrSteuben can \>t attended to in lira*. Me.r*. ih order, balance beforehipment.. };.--t bright Cotton Seed Meal, ;ts(W I*r toIL J famo

Monday and returned on the steamer of Ankona and For: Pie &?.ey Br>*. have two more yacht,- tu' JOHN L. BEACH Indian Rh'er Nurseries Melbourne, FU. El:

Eockledge Tuesday.ML were in town Ia.-t: Friday, on their build immediately l They have already 5t1tu
i to Talaha! =-e in the interest of the nt constructed several for ""'! i>mami
Gifford of Fort yacht parties on ic
Nettie
3Iay ,
\ county which i= expected to be: fornij our river. every tine hf which b;i< been a / Traveling North or South take the Irliikl

% Pierce; came up to town Tuesday. Weacnowledee I from ;outh Brevard. Weuggft: a.*. credit to their wnrknianhip, and given ,

;1 a pleasant call from herWedne&lay j i appropriate name for the new count ,, great *tti-facti' tA, their vnr. ;Ibeythoroughly ,,&l.Iallory S. S. L1ne inn
1 afternoon. : i i : u derUinacht buildins :J
j jMr. *' btD3
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I that it be called St. Lude.Mr. wemil- .their
% and rt't that boatvji
: W. H. II. Gleav of Eau Gal- 1. TTia bo"t"'OO"een.New
..' i FCrD.a.D.c:1.i.3.a.: .
j! < returned '* Titu-ville ill-lead of \
and Mr 1 I:. W. Baxter ] nut at 'e- malaIUe"

,. .' i i, lie, was in town thi weet.. The long contemplated j j I! from their trip down Indian River, Monday lan( York and Florida, Boston, Philadelphia and the Eas! "
take
{. it sale of Dele-,'iDe Grant \ 8CC01p
much lvisit leaxr J,14't.' d with their .
,,lane the 6th day of 3Iay. {!I alljord'4 re a e.11'.1Ii1NGTOy tailingFR03I R.
I i Miceo and other :Mr.
f to place Aril l 2-Jnl.-?urge'In- NEW: YORK CITY VR03I: FERXAXDLXA noteeca
-3Ir. E. V V. Andrews! of 3Itrlbourne j
j Baxter7< health has very much improved General Haruilt..re. of tae! Marine HopiLil -- "lEI :i, L L LVEfcT rKU,AY. CL Ti'ITIEET: SHALT. LVZ :I ITitk-DA: : {
< proprietor the Carleton, eras in town |! since his arrival Indian River. l Sek"a iiiforrne! ti. by. bmri'ct
on They ;; -uay The Iron fteainhirSTATE OF TEXAr? CITY OF a AX ANTONIO ui'.
; Tuesday matins arrangement* for MayDay j I willtart about the fiat of next: month the I'n-ident of the! Bird of Health of RIO GRANDE

j. I' Dance a: 3Ielbonrne :J for their: northern IMUJ" at Ot lwa. Sanford, Fla., thai a ca-- of \ellow fever 5* Are l3=e, elegant, deep-draft and comfortable, -aiIin: altt-: :.ttly. Tube.. : l
I i I exi-t' the I lw-t on the (4) -
Conductor C. 15. Town bad the mia.I j{|: Canada.Mr.. that every pn-cauti in ha- Wen taken to :

I fortune to crush one flf hifingfr- thi 1'I : -a-l! ..( tae and SCHEDULE. Tttiilp
John Meyer* i-i making: all 1 prep- prevc-nt lifpr( oi-<-a-e, no :

1 week while coupling car, which recei i. }jaration* for-upplying ice to I.urgein; danger; i i- :JI'jrdu.l1'l! i ,. NViRTH-Ii-.rXD. f.-f ni Frrnandina concectin: with :;:tO p. m. train frm Jackson ba
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------- ville.
$ tated its beinr amputated. j the }hot month He will i'
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town coming: : J. hats' 10'
May Day Xur".anr titerG
CITY OF SAN
ANTONIO Wilder.
Captain .Thur-day. April ISuV
Doctor r-'creven ha hi* new *t/ck of d and :' .
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:;leltout
large quantitie- Jipr + ice uC.F.xcnrni'Irl
'tore j -
i igood STATE OF TEXAS, C31. William ._...._ 25uu 4 tic
opened in the tore of 3Ir. fc. A. I| deliver daily with a wagon. He inform- :,. r.ii friii Jupiter and ail ;'CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder. May 2

i Belcher. He eaN! ccu-ively in dru;- .: ut that he ha- received promise of lily intenii **hate Iati
gi<,i%. article-, perfumery, etc. !i;is ieral: support from<< JUt..t of the citizen- ,:atta and l'euie-tln! fare for roundtrip CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder. 16uXr .ndJI
; r on rt"uhr! trip- of lower river ;
-Card? of invitation are out for tht j,! here and that }he proj/r-e- furni-h lee -teamf-r*. l'htint.. rate for blintz between r1 all F-*Lht via M,5,')ry" -l anjhip Lit* from PIT Vo *l E R.. X*- T rfc. t tJf"l.al. Ain
I' ;!-.tlu..rtt..Q.t ail jnc niA*. (<<1.- t&ruccb Fiend, wfe wedding of )lr. Chare: Mark and Mi-* : promptly and at reasonable rte. Titu-ville and )Idl" ( .np. A i. :.drtustltn 'ftalL'I'd.r iibltet

Fannie Birnbauro which will tae! !I 1eeialtanner \\.ll i',1\Titu-ville! a: I I t.tt".r' I'n.IL.' ti f'f'Y't:'. ....,.r rd'in.ct: -y fr. IB Jtroia u1:6'tnil: .stud Fernattua a tt. t
place :
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Mr. G. H. \itrr.e had : i '
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a narrow .
.1 i ft o'cl'Krlk ri'ain_ aE-Tralns F J: UViue-jJay returning
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at Apopka on the 2nd (of )fa -. : from drowning, Sunday, whilebath- ; 'Ai J :3rtLr .1 !urn.a.iL cat 1o. t'it;*J lr xu
: cape i early the foi!lowing morning. C
( J. M' < ITLER. Pai;.er Affci t. rvf Lat. fId Iioatrttt-. Jartsrtttite, fl. "
,- -Dr. M. Sourielle returned to .Tiiu;,-i j I in; in the ocean at Melbourne l each. : i G. I.. IItll..l..bt*.na'.dU, Ha.H. rlwTd3+
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H. R1MU\D !
G :era: T'avr.mt; ,
1 r d I ville on Saturday, after inpectinjr bij 1 j i He had ventured out too far. and while, For Mi It. i I'1Xu N Ii G1AY. Artrt.._ Ttn+T111.. Fia.C .1 ttbo:

t land the river and left for Iii- home I: alma exhau-ted: swimming back to the : Millinery.! Da, M.ikinj. Fancy "od- :
up and) Notinji l-tahli-irnerlt.! ort Wa; -hin""- : H MALLORY & CO! General Amits,, Pier 2S E. B. M/ YORK CM. :3aTeJ
near Jackw"Jnt'iJieIonda: morning. 1 I: bach wa= strangled and alrno-t overcome a
ton Av., Titu-ville.. A well e-tab- ,.
-Mi i.i Stella! Hale, of Jacksonville. : by the rolling of a couple of li-hed Lu..intdt"tu-,"c1;, neat and well ; car u

1 + ; arrived in town ye-terday afternoon on :;: breakerover him. The prompt :---i.t. ap{ ointidt..re-2--turieVill be Gi*- S"t'9a.rrYt eb.i Oo.

a visit to her father, who i-connect i i j i ance of Mr. Geo. GIean, who wa- near I'o-ed IIf t.r n.a.u.dk'! t"rIlI". I.... ngti I: Clyde'; 1;> =
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:ground I a-"-:n ler le rent. Suitable 6SaF
with the Indian Kiver Steamboat) Co: i him at the time, and him. i iI New York. Charleston & Florida Lines.The .
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r i, I( reaonwill for :;url f -ellin--!. Addre3Ir :".' :

i -A city HUivengc-r ha-s been accepted! ;t i, -A private-letter received by oneoi our : :*. 31. A. Nrfinire.nr;:i 1' t). I>)x 204.Tituvillf. Magnificent Steam-hip- thi Line are appointed to sail a r; follows : 2aar'o!

d 4s by the 3Iayor. Now, take care-the-an-i i ti i i town-men from a :.Ir.1t!oran.lf Quincy Fla.Absolutely. __ j 1 (standard Time.)

itary ordinance: going to be enforced i|I who i i-. at pre-t'it .-eion of the Leirilature jI jI I. t ..

acting a;; rgfantatarinand who !j From Jacksonville New York. : For Jacksonville.
and you canft say there! waj not fair : ; to pct

warning given.: j I I wa:as-i-tcd to hiposition by the inrluence 4IttyttW IIiQI'4I Thnr-..ay. April 4. at 7 .. in Inrrt or c-.IliLg at Clurl** cii .
i R Sr.Ii\oLE. T ,nria.'., April :t, at coon EJIINOLE.: Fri ar.f.ril i at .; po. tltilhai
of Norwood i
of tn-!
-Mr. Geo. A. Farnham, of the American I( repre-entative j!'rHE*II\EE. :'Iwday.Iril 14. at C p. m CHEKOKLL::, lu.-.day.pr11 '*, at p. .
P ''I courity.ay- that '')-our )Ir. Norwoo 1.. !|I Ill > rfJI". ThnrIar.pri1: It_ at 5::;0 a. m. IR.tJt"uIS FndaT. Ap11 1:. at 3 p. a
{ House Saratoga Springs X. Y., -KMINOLr. Slltdar. April :1. at r a in SI: IlSjOLE, ToetJay. Ajril :,. it IN _
one (,f the rattling} men in the HouI -{;' E'tNT IuIROYALa I 1'CHEKOKLE, ThT-.;. Apnl _;>. :it noon CHEi:OKEE, }'nJ.\. April 19. a: J r. ei
u<* a plea-ant: call Tuesday aftt r- i
'lilt : gave !''IHO< : ai
I : jlOlSntdav April at : 3V. in IIOQrOIS Ti.Jar, April ::3 p. ire
a noon and became: a reader of the STARfor i iI I and further mention- popularity: 'sutrra s iI i iI i l SEttl\1lLE. '11mr.la1a ::. at 5,0 a. m S-E'UINOLK. Friatay.1 ril 2 i. at 3 _!. t;
I I among !hi- fellow repre- r.tatiin glowing ,? I I
I
: one year.Mr. !I From Fernandina to New York. =sa'itch
M term. Thft ,teMW. ILTn wAFEand TI tAa'EEtrWiFl '
C. B. Towns, of Jack-on\ilIf. 'i ijepresenting :I : I A\r.T.E::. day, April 1'. at C a, m have ben II ch Hlnl.tl te nU..t arleun ..ill atiI-
YF.l.Tou: 13!. April l.J. a: 1 a. m e.'\btinuf the Cl.arle..ton tit-nice aDd call at iW
: the New York Mutual j -The sloop Seminole arrived in town I DEL.\""ARK Tu-1ay. April CO: at 6 a. T.1'; ington.. V. C.. twit rorth an.l *oatLl nnd.

,r, Life Insurance Company, iin town this Sunday evening with Capt. ,Ja. Knight, e y I

r week and j b meeting with -omeucco i'i II' of Canaveral, and Cap. hackleford,
For Infur.iiation Kegardinp: Freight and Paage apply to
"'i ... in tvcuring policies U. ::. Inspector of I ind-, .vhr, has ju-t ,
J V I.E.'J.U"ct.. Ja.-ln-i ? .
vl
P; T. G. FGI I: Traffic "Ui-aft-r.; 3.- Eioadway. lea Icik.
Ilemember the l j returned from a trip down the c"a-t as .; \ STLA1: A_-nt. Ffrnamliua.
It j1 op-ra at Wager- i I II JOHN L. HOWARD T. F A.. Jack' iiTiI:". F. M. 1KOMOXO.ER. T P. A.. .racb.roT1
far 3Iiami.. On hi- .
j t ; ) Hall to-night.} You will l heure to find} !(I return from Miami '1. I'. (.L Y))}: JL- ('0.. fUiunilKeiit*, 35 uhTa-. New York.

it amusing for parts of it are exceedingly ,1: Captain Shackle-ford says he tried to en- 1

'S la ugha1,tte.: Beside. it 1.- for a tr"fJd : ir-r Lake Worth inlet but .ra- preventwl l AKIN6 i

.t.; "cJu..e--ehurch: purpose-. (i: I by the rough; weather. lie al-o -tatbthat ROBBINS & GRAHAM

the land difficultmtntifJn l by ,
t -J. A. Durst, of Cre-cent City, the i!'
: our corre-pondent at Lake Worth i i.i isI !
pioneer well-sinker of the State of Florida i he
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"r 'I'a i matter he cannot adju-t ; that in fact. iI
i* now operating at )bourne Beach, I i POWDER I
a --urvey will have to lx- made! which
where all correspondence maLe ad- 1 I I REAL ESTATE BROKERS & LOAN AGENTS .
,I it 5 i.., riot his office to do. D:
lreed and information Ix obtained. \i f !T

ij j I Artesian well- being quite : Pure.
as urce
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-Mr.and 3Irs. J. F. :Martin: and on j V
|t of iritcre-t on Indian River, it might be t Tithe powder nrr rariFA. A marvel of pnritr, i i it'tnsth
1 Herbert, of Columbus Ohio, who have i and l-onpueHM, Mor -onomical
an intere-ting bit of information to our 1 1i than th- ordinary knul. ani cannot 14e Hold in ( LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD. f1In
been at City Point thi Winter, started comrx-tjtioii Mriih tin- ninlutiul" f low fr .t short
i
i readers to learn that a well ha* just been i wI.llt.. itlud (' ptI'b' 4t, .';,rd' r+, v.,1 i
) Olir to
rt i iN for their northern borne la-t Saturday. i'owi Loans Negotiated on First Class Security at from 12 to 24 cent.
i i 1 I sunk at the Sanitarium Alma, Mich. eau+ 1:-j4l Ii4kiim >rC' i t J. Wall Street, I per
,. They will visit St. Augu-tine on their'; j N.w V.ark i j
north. !'; which, at a'dep?h of 2B, 70 feet b-l-nv the i Choice lots in rapidly growing Towns,. will net investors 100 percent

ways, i :;surface sends up water with a temperature I! THE j f in twelve month

Commencing next Sunday morning i! ',f 1.;"> farenheit when brought: t r',: !: Residence lots in Titusville from S20 up to $1000.(
the service at St. Gabriel r- hurch} will : NEW DRUG STOREs
the -surface. The:1)) ha220; i.et: of Business lots from $250 to $2,500.

be read by 3Ir. II. J. Egger, a mem- 8-inch IiIpeg and in-idi? of thii i30, feet : T a
-. her of the church who hay been Now Agents for Florida Southern
livened Lands
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Open :
s; the ; of 0-Inch an 1.GSO feet of 4-inch pipe the I ; Railway b
by Bishop to perform this service. '
I latter ending in solid rock. The well And has on hand a Fine A :
; There will a1.o be the regular evening ; ha co-t $lOOCO, and will be continued of =ortment i More than 3,000,000 Acres of Choice Lands located in nearly every

r service at 7:30. county m the State, suitable for Farming, GrazinfY Fruit and Vegetable
in the: hopes ()j-triking! ;gaor oil.A : FRESH DRUGS I Grmvinrt-Pin r'
1 -We learn that )Ir. Hutchin-on ins e, Cypress and Cedar Timber, price SI per Acre and
L very plea-ant time wag had at the : PATENT MEDICINE upwar s.
,. tends: to fill in the hotel lot on the river ,' I e
.
I!I edge as far out a-, the end of the pre-cnt :! Fancy Dre-s Ball Monday evening. The PERFUMERY, P. 0. Box 250 Titusville, Flori da.

attendance was quite large, and >ide : POWIIERS,
> wharf, which wilI'add greatly to the appearance : HAIR BHl"'SHES.TOOTH I
of the river front. Beyond this from the regular dances those present BRUSHES, A. A. STEWART, GEO. M. BOBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAH.Clerk .

,s ; were favored with :-ong-i by Me-r-. C. And all other Circuit Court. P- a
he will extend a new wharf a diztance of .i articluually) kept bv. Atty. at Law 31.
Rhodes, Mitchell and C H. Walton.Mr. Druggist*.
ti about 150 feet. I
Rhodes' parody sonz on the topical Lveryane ii: cordially invited to call BREVARD ABSTRACT OF TITLE COMPANY b

3 ::1"c desire to call attention of the J J.j air, ''You Can't Do It, You Know, was I j jvery i and in-prct our tock.
Orders from
distance !
.j', sidewalk committee to fact that there : much enjoyed, and )Ir. Rhodes was ;, Prescriptions carefully a compounded promptly filled. Complete Abstracts of Title furnished to all lands In Bre

11 are several dangerous places in the sidewalk : called upon for an encore. 31 r. Walton J I A share of the Public Patronage.. is respectfully and county, Florida.

Washington avenue from which f'j also responded to this demand, singing ;; !(dicited.J. Titles Examined and Perfected.Box

persons ,have barely escaped serious .inI the"Pilot"and"Deep Sea." Mr. Mitchell1' B. SCREVEN, Druggist. 1 250 1

Titusville, Fla.


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