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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: May 2, 1889
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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
notis - AKR0018
lccn - sn 96027111
System ID: UF00075901:00149
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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i velvet;and tEe cEandeUer that swings from
the roof quite down to the lower hall encasedIn It is said that the Marquis of Lome Is to be STRAY errs. PERSONAL GOSSJP.

d! LITERARY NOTES. the same rich stuff. governor c-; Ceylon at $40,000 a year and

The Princess of Wales has suddenly fallen board. Princess Louise will go with him. The richest man in Berlin has an income of Professor James Russell Lowell will sail for
T. T. Trowbridge, the author, Is now veryasantly Alfred Clark a wealthy gentleman of New $1,100,000.
off in her looks to an appalling extent. From England on April 27.
r settled with his family at Naples.t .
being the handsomest and most youthful York, has subscribed $10,000 toward restor- Samuel Jordan, a colored barber of Kansas President Harrison to bed at much

:! Is said to be a rule of Amelia B. Ed- woman of her years in all the kingdom, she ing the ancient Moorish palace of tho Alham- City, has amassed a fortune of $150,000 in earlier hour than did Mr.goes Cleveland. a

1 '! the English novelist, never to draw aacter is now said to be only a much made up cari- bra, at Granada, Spain. fifteen years.It .
from life. Henry Labouchere has sent $250 to the orphan
4 catun: of her younger self. The Duke of Portland is engaged to be is said that a Washington senator has a children of the late Informer PigotLTne

)f Bret Harte'sson, wh has Just written Miss Olive Risley Seward, Secretary Sew- married to Miss Dallas Yorke, of Louth, Chinese cook who supplies the family with

1 iovel, Joe Howard says "he looks likes his ard's adopted daughter, still lives in Wash- England Miss Yorke's father is Dallas bird's nest soup.A I emperor of Austria has given orders

her-on the outside." ington in the house bought with the profitsof Yorke, of Walmsgate Park, and comes of an medical certificate for a Buffalo quack that in his his son's, name shall never again bespoken -

Is at rearranging the "Tour Around the World which old family.Sir hearing.
omas Hardy present she tells of a man being cured of rheumatism of
first novel, "Desperate Remedies," pub- edited from the notes of her adopted father, Harry Verney definitely retired from ninety-one years' standing. Ex-Senator Bradbury, of Maine, has al-

opyleer ed anonymously many years ago. who, in his will, left her the copyright. public life, and now devotes his attention to most reached his 88th.year, in perfect mental
).. A California paper asserts that one of the and health.
; ances E. Willard has found it necessary Charles Egbert Craddock says that whenIn works of charity, in which he is ably assistedby tramps of the Santa Cruz chain gang wears physical

I lay aside all other demands on her time in childhood she sighed over the games in his wife, who is a sister of Miss Florence kid gloves when sweeping the streets. The favorite mare of the late Crown Prince

ler to complete her autobiography. which her lameness forbade her joining, her Nightingale.Since Rudolf is, by command:of the emperor,never
! An old hand that is stored in
press away
zt.1'Ire". trod Austin, It Is generally believed In mother would comfort her by saying: tho return of Minister Phelps L.J has the cellar of an Athens (Ga.) newspaper office to be saddled again.

gUsh literary circles, will bocome poet "Never mind, dear, if you can't do what tho been dined and feted by the aristocracy of is said to have been used at one time by Ben- Minister to Spain Palmer will take his unfinished

eats If he survives Lord Tennyson. rest do. You can do what they cannot-you New York. He denies emphatically that his jamin Franklin. novel with him to Madrid where he

can spell PopocatapetL" notions are English, and claims that ho is will put on the finishing touches.
{ of the relative in fame'sjple
places
[Speaking Mme Tussaud's museum in London, has
; for her poets, Whittier says: should Mrs. Minot Weld, of Boston, widow of a American to the core. just been sold to a joint stock company for Austin Corbin will, according to the prophets -

>t rank Gray above Bryant, or Keats above sometime minister to Russia, is so unflinch- Dr. Oliver Wendell Holmes complains of $565,000. Four hundred thousand people- ultimately own or control all the summer

erson." I ingly patriotic that she never fails to give a tho persecutions inflicted upon him by volun- visited it last year. resorts and seaside places on Long Island.

a.: [Zola is thinking of quitting novel writing. grand reception in honor of Washington's teer correspondents. Twenty or twenty-five Admiral Kimberly, who commands the Pa-
The idea that white in Kentucky
i he is not written out, but is gettinged birthday. This year tho good old lady was letters in his morning's mail is considered a every man cific squadron, is 5t years of age. He is Six
says is colonel is all 120
0 ,', of making books, and longs to get backjournalism. more than disgusted to hear that Harvard light delivery, and nearly all are upon sub- a wrong. Only feet in height, well proportioned and activeas
made the and about hun-
.the were during war a
took of interest to the writers alone
no note whatever of the anniversary.Here jects a man of 30.
to dred of these are dead.
: is the latest Monte Carlo story: A be- J. B. Haggin, breeder and owner of famous
Ella Wheeler Wilcox that her best
[ says It turns out that the wretch who
lo. trothed pair with much love and little WOMAN'S WEAR. was arv
turf flyers, and probably the most ex-
in four hours. It tooke
: em was completed rested for and his wife
'dnt murdering mutilating
went thither and in of :
money, played hope tensive hop grower in this country, is also
. poet Gray seven years to compose his was not Jack the The real Jack is !
Ripper.
winning enough to make marriage possible.Instead Wash dresses will be worn without any I known as the coffee king.W. .
lous "Elegy. they lost, and when tho last coin was bustles. as mysterious as ever.

Editor H. W. Grady, of The Atlanta Con- gone went out and died. The girl was buriedIn Full skirts aro made about four and a half Not to be outdone by women, Baltimoremen minister W. Thomas to, the Sweden newly, is appointed American
a hearty man,
itution, has added to his duties the editorial what she had hoped would be her bridal yards wide for a woman of average: height. have instituted a custom of giving afternoon with a weather beaten complexion.: He
a gement of The Southern Farm, a new dress. teas. As members of both invited
sexes are -
\ in
Long polonaises princesso shape also .
are speaks the Swedish language like a native.
'I icultural magazine."I There is an old lady living within forty reintroduced. They are very slightly drapedon the teas are very successful
Tho late Samuel Carter Hall fine
[ am sick and tired of writing dialect," miles of New York who could give odds to the left sides. A now rival to coffee is "Mussaenda," or was a

d 1 James Whitcomb Riley recently, "and I Mrs. Partington in tho matter of speech and wild orange, a plant producing a purple fruit. looking old man, with a head not unlikeLongfellow's
Real flowers for bridal abundance of
wear aro an bushy snow
orange ,
write better verse than I ever wrote in still win in a canter. For instance, she callsa About 24,000 acres of this plant are-now being
now arranged in bands to cross the head withan white hair, dark eyes and straight black eye-
, : on, and I mean to do it. vestibule "sebastopol," and tells about "tho aigrette of buds at the side. cultivated in the Island of Reunion. brows.

Daudet is suffering from a hopeless nervousalady gobblers on the buffalo" in a neighbor'shouse Bowie knives manufactured
are being as
when she means the the Pique collars and cuffs are put on children's Count Moltke appears in public only when
goblets
of the kind which wrecked Heine'se on but
: buffet. gingham dresses, and the style will plentiful as ever, they are altogether for the reichstag is sitting, and until quite latelyhe
t fend it is feared he not be able to
may show. There is no record of one being used
likely extend to grown people's gowns.A was one of the most regular members of
1 mplish much more work. i Secretary Bayard has still four daughterswho for years. The sight of one keeps the other
freak of the fair is to the house, where he takes a front seat on the
Wilkie Collins Is engaged upon a new are devoted to books, music, pictures, new carry a Japanese fellow off. Conservative benches.
Iovel the first he has attempted since his sport and. pets of all sorts. Furthermore hand warmer of dark silver, with a A
: new cannon made for a Russian ironclad
) carbon pencil inside, in place of a muff. Bishop Keane, president of tho New Catholic
1 xpo from a dark room, to which he was I they are among tho very cleverest of Wash- throws a solid shot weighing 1,685 pounds.
at has left Rome
t.d : led owing to his eye trouble. ington girls, are devoted to their father, and Waists of blue, rose or cream silk, made Why they don't get a gun which will throwa university Washington,
for Germany, where he will visit the principal -
even more so to tho of their dead very full with pleated falling collars, are
Miss Rosa Burnand, daughter of the editorf memory whole brick yard and be done with it is a seats of learning afterwards visiting the
sister, Catherine. Best of all they try faith- very stylish for wear with black lace or net ,
. Punch, is her father's literary secretary, matter of wonder. universities of Belgium and France.
fully to live to the ancestral motto "Sans skirt ;
rt. d has recently compiled a birthday book up I That must have been a peculiarly lugu-
Thomas F. Crane of
his peur et sans reproche." In summer combination costumes the plain professor languages
am "Happy Thoughts. brious wedding in Brighton the
England
and literature in Cornell has been
stuff usually makes a foundation skirt with university,
,
The authors' corrections of their of Cincinnati is the Paris of rural Kentucky other day, at which it was found to
proofs necessary invited the French act
by government to as a
the figured in a full one slightly drapedat
t. "Encyclop din. Britannica" amounted to I bridal couples. The papers tell of a pair who ono side above it. very engage Weedon Grossmith, the actor, to enliven member of committee under whose auspicesis

.; hat was equivalent to the getting up of the went there lately, bringing a substantial the nuptial breakfast.A to be held next summer at Paris the FolkLore
renty-f our quarto volumes twice over. lunch with them, and spent a day in the big Very pale buff, deep yellow and about half syndicate of English and American capi- congress. .
station afraid to of the tho colors for I
building, venture out in the twenty greens are stylish I
." Alfred Townsend is to make talists has purchased two million acres in tho
George an ex- Prince the famous Russian Nihilist
Krapotkin -
rush and roar of the city, yet went homo ginghams. Black sashes of wide, rich ribbon
d dod trip through Spain to gather material I with tho satisfied air that tells of duty well will be worn with them. state of Durango Mexico. The tract lies in has decided to make London his home
. "J or a book in which Ferdinand and Isabella the cotton belt, and the purchasers intend to for the rest of his days. Krapotkin would
,', performed. Doubtless they are looked upon The newest new fashion of putting the
. Christopher Columbus play importantJohn by their neighbors as having on of engage in cotton planting on a large scale. never be taken for a Nihilist. He is gentle
put heaps flowers on ball gowns under the lace or illusion -
. s. style. Among the famous cases of existence with- in manner and appearance and has fine eyes
skirt adds greatly to the beauty of both
Russell Young, for nearly four years out food and drink that of a fast of sixty-six -soft,frank-almost tender.
Five and and the blossoms.
names one husband little the garments
seems a
icrican minister to China, and Gen. Grant's days just completed by a sheep on a farm a P. Shillaber, better known as "Mrs.
" ble Boswell on his tour of the globe,is editorf Incongruous, yet such has been the portion of Plain basques or round waists have direc- near Tuscola, Ills The poor animal was im Partington* now lives ,at Chelsea, one of

V the new London edition of The New York one Englishwoman. .She was born Miss Pennant toire revers of embroidery set up on their prisoned all that time beneath a strawstack. Boston's many suburbs. He is 74 years of
became the Honorable Miss Pennant fronts, or else a deep Vandyke'collar with
ierald.Carl. Electric has been utilized in the age and crippled with rheumatism. He
when her father was ennobled Lord Penrhyn two points before and three behind. power
:"' Luraboltz, the Australian explorer and Lady James Hogg by marriage with Galician forests to fell trees. The work is walks about the house with a cane and goes

w In America, though but 35, has spent Sir James Hogg. After that fortune brought The empire pelisse Is the latest invention in done by means of a drill, operated by an out of doors only in a carriage.

.'-'" years in most perilous travel and has her the title of Lady McGarel-Hogg, and Empire garments.. It Is a long, gathered electric motor mounted on a carriage whichis Noah Brooks and William D. Howells are

e story of his journeys just published in finally she was elevated to tho peerage as belted silk coat to be worn over lace skirts, brought up close to the tree and shackledto among the well known writers who have -
, ve languages.Joel and more resembling a tea gown than a wrap. it.
Lady Magheramorno. learned to manipulate the typewriting ma

Chandler Harris does not desire to becalled In Burmah a woman missionary converted Round wreaths of small velvet roses are Johns Hopkins university has had no source chine. Mr. Brooks, who has been used to

: "a literary man;" he says he is only'a a stalwart native and married him out of worn far back on the head with evening or of revenue since the passing of the Baltimoreand dictating his literary productions to a stenographer -

:; journalist but since the publication of hand to insure his holding fast to his new ball toilets. A bouquet or buckle of the Ohio dividend, but ni.',v some friends of now sits down by a typewriter and
'Uncle Remus" the world in same flowers should blossom on the left the have raised
persists calling university
4;; faith. When other women missionaries land an emergency composes.
, A.,, "one of the literatl"Sir shoulder. fund of $56,000 so that the well known insti-
there now, eligible heathen at once take to Professor Erdman Encke, the German

r. Edwin Arnold, of "Light of Asia" the woods. As an offset, unmarried women Thin stuffs that do not require washing- tution will not fail sculptor who is to construct a sarcophagus of

r fame, has just had a large tumor removedm are so scarce at Queensland, Australia, that. India silk, China crepe, tissues of all sorts- A dog at Fosters' Meadows L. L, after Emperor William I for the Charlottenburg

his head, and ho will soon discard the life Is a burden to all who happen to live there will often have the sleeves immensely full being absent from home five days, was found mausoleum, expects to have the monument

nut cap he has long boon wearing. He rebently by reason of the offers of marriage they are and gathered into caps and cuffs of plain or with another dog, which was almost frozen to ready in eighteen months. It will representthe

underwent an operation for hepatio compelled daily to reject. embroidered velvet, either matching or con- death, on the step of his master's home. He emperor lying on his bed, the figure beingin

.abscess. trasting In color. I had dragged tho dog from some unknown white marble.

Charles Dudley Warner, the author, Is tallind EASTER NOVELTIES. One can hardly go astray In the use of rib- : place and saved its life. The Chinese minister at Washington expends I

erect In form, and looks like a strong bon. Beside the Empire sash all sorts of flots A large amount of smuggled opium was more money In telegrams and cable dispatches

thinker. He is a successful angler, and u Among tho Easter novelties a paperweighton and knots and bows prevail, to say nothingof seized the other day in Washington territory than the government of the United

I oted as a pedestrian. In the summer hetakes which sits a stuffed duckling is an old de the folded ribbon finished with a bow that concealed in a woman's bustle. But the States. In communicating with the Chinese

long tramps through the Adirondack's. sign.A. will be so favorite a finish for the neck and largest seizure yet made was at Tacoma government he makes use of a cipher, but aa.

When at his literary work ho wears a black two inch piece of scarlet sealing wax sleeves of summer gowns. day or two ago, when two barrels marked his dispatches cost $4 a word his bills are

relvetoen jacket with blackened and melted end is a most deceptive White muslin graduating gowns will have sauerkraut were found to contain $4,800 enormous. His expenditures in telegraphingreach

Noah Brooks and William D. Howells areunong match box. Empire waists and sleeves, with lengthwise worth of the drug. an average of $1,000 a week.

the few well known writers who have Fire screens with bamboo frames, and baring insertions running down them; skirts five Mr. Cook, of Albany, Ga., has a very intel- Erastus Wiman, although one of the busiest -

.. earned to manipulate the typewriting ma- as a center piece a portrait head in raised yards wide, with deep hems and several rows ligent mule. It performs as many tricks as a men in New York, is a model of method-

.J'I chine. Mr. Brooks, who has been used to paint work, are largely in demand for deco- "t insertion above them, and wide or narrow circus animal, and has taken a pony underits ical habits. To rise early and retire not later

'Ii i ictating his literary productions to a stenographer rativo purposes. Empire sashes going once or twice about the'waist tuition. The two are always together, and than 11 o'clock, if it be possible is his rule;

:j. now sits down to his typewriter and A miniature Russia leather covered concer- the pony has learned to open gates and to doa he is the plainest of diners, careful as to his

.'; lays on the keys as ho composes. Ho findsthat tina with silver plated keys, hand straps and A pretty fancy for plaid or striped ging- number of other things that none but a health down to the smallest details,an enemyto

this process saves a great deal: of ttm other features complete, makes an odd ink- rams Is to have the waist and mutton-leg trained horse could do. any form of dissipation and thoroughly

I stand for travelers. Beeves cut bias, taking care that the figure One very comfortable piece of statistics has domestic in his tendencies and habits.

DAUGHTERS OF EVE. School sets iu carved bone cases,at one:end exactly matches in the back. The fronts been furnished by tho Chautauqua association, Sir Edwin Chadwick, who has just been

of which is a glass incased medallion head, ire gathered full and drawn away from a to the effect that over 3,000 years would be I knighted by Queen Victoria,is the oldest man

.! The qu?cn of Madagascar has given $100 to.he are in demand. Tho sets consist of a pen- >lain vest, and the straight, full skirt is required for any one person to read all the :, ever admitted into the ranks of chivalry, being

a a cause of Prohibition.If holder, pencil and paper knife. looked up on the bias back. literary works now in existence that are reI I in his 91st year. He wrote an article for

cognized as standard. Non-literary brethren The Westminster Review sixty years Ago and
will the first ofmelio
you pronounce name Double photograph screens, or paraventsof I
his whole life
i \ Rives to rhyme with family you willit embossed and hand decorated leather,with Ellen Terry is paid $000(j ) week. may now take a day off. committees councils seems,to have been commissionsand passed on

it just right moire lined interiors In rich colors, prove Digby Bell receives $250 a week. Mrs. Sarah Massie, or Aunt Massie as she I conferences in connection congresses with, the Eng-

Queen Victoria. gets so many requests for handsome ornaments for table or mantel Fred Leslie receives $500 a week. was called, died the other day at Athens, !l lish Social Science association.

) er autograph that she Is compelled uniform- An oddity in domino sets is in the shape of Kyrle Bellew receives<.350 a week. Ala., at tho age of 95 years. Her father was Robert Louis Stevenson the novelist whoseill
to refuse them. James Upshaw, who, Feb. 22, 1779, joined j ,
y walnut. Two natural shells are fringed together
A Charles Coghlan is paid $350 a week. tho revolutionary army one hour after his j health necessitating his long yachting
The Christian Leader, of Edinburgh callsr. at the bottom and snugly stowed
,
cruise was said to have been due to excessive
De Wolf Hopper is paid $.50 a week. marriage. He was on friendly terms with |
) Amelia B. Edwards the most learned inside this deceptive nut are twenty-
away in is
have
indulgence
Thomas Jefferson whom Mrs. Massie remembered cigarettes, reported to
-
oman in the world. eight small bono dominoes. George Alexander is paid $200 a week. well.Amateur i j overcome his desire for tobacco,in that bane

I By'the death of her father,James C.Flood, A miniature writing desk makes an attrac- John Habberton makes $10,000 a year. ful form and to be much improved physically -
photography is said to be the lat :
tfiss Jennie Flood becomes the richest single tive smoker's set. What should be the inkstands Mark Twain's income is $80,000 a year. ; in consequence. It is also.known that F.
est of tbo Portland. Me. i
in existence and of the richest craze young wo-i
roman one in are respectively ash tray and match Marion Crawford, the author was also a victim
R. W Gilder receives $20,000 from The men. Almost everybody's parlor has had its i
he world. holder. A clipper is between, and the desk | to that habit, which, however, he successfully
Century picture taken and it is seldom that a group I i
'I Senator Blackburn's two daughters make a railing at the back and sides Is pierced witha overcame
of two three children with sleds and
or
snow ,
Pulitzer's income for 1SSS
Joseph was
retty contrast. Both are tall, slender and dozen circular openings to hold cigars.A shovels, can escape having tho camera The Earl of Rosebery is described by a

aceful, but one is pure blonde and tho other pair of stuffed chicks, apparently but $1UOOOOO pointed at them. Worsted and china paint- ;< London paper as follows: "Wben one looks

ark brunette. just hatched and still in their fluffy golden Mrs. CUauler (Amelia Rives) makes about ing are sadly neglected. : at the clean shaven and impassive face, eyes

Mary Anderson has a hobby for being pho- coats, is the principal feature of an Easter 10.000 a year I -cold and warm, inscrutaole: and eloquent,
Japan apparently leads the world in tho 1
ographed and acknowledges that she likes to I bonbon box. The box proper Is in the formof W. D. Howells receives from the Harpers : number of houses fire. dull and sparkling-one- inevitably thinks of.
destroyed
by Quite
pictures of herself in as many attitudesd little two wheeled silk lined cart, which $10,000 a yearBrander those weird heroes o{ Balzac that cut their
dresses as possible.The the feathered team i*drawing".Kansas City I frequently twenty-five or thirty buildings go way to fame by sfaper dint of courage,
Matthews averages an in smoke, while several times within the ,
up
glorified and captivating governess is Star. come of about aUO year the number has been thirty times i coolness, audacity and: adaptability." So tar,

ot wholly a creature of fiction. Mrs. Mar- Up to recently Francis Wilson annUa1in-1 Pthat amount. Late in January flames swept!' Lord Rosebery's great feat has been his mar
riage to the ugly daughter of the English
hall O. Roberts was once a governess, so A Presence Explained. a salary of $525 week.. over fourteen streets in Ichibancho, and 1,000 : Baron
Rothschild. She brought her husband
ras Mrs. Levi P. Morton. in I houses schools and I
Merchant's Wife (suddenly appearing including temples were
\V.
Edgar Fawcett receives about $4,000 a a dowry of nearly $15000oi0.Caegbt ; .
Miss Janette Half of the new adminis- her husband's office)-Hah I I thought you year for all his writings. reduced to ashes. A few days later 500 buildings j i .

ration, is said to be sweet 16, bright eyed said your typewriter girl was an old maid. were damaged at Yokosuka.PERSONAL .
\V. Hazeltine receives $175 week I
aid rosily pretty, with a wonderful voice, of I Merchant (much confused-Um-er) yes, Mayo a ID the Act,
from The New York Sun. .
hich her parents are inordinately proud.I I m' dear, of course, of course; but she is sick GOSSIP. ; Mrs. Faddleby What a rude woman Mrs.

The question of female physicians has been today, and she sent her little granddaughter Cot John Cockerill is paid $20,000 a year I Hillier is. She always looks: bark at people.

ettled in Russia In the affirmative, with the : as a substitute.-Philadelphia Pccord. I by The New York World. I Mr. Wanamaker will, it is said,continue as whr pass her. j

'pulation that ladies shall only attend on The late E. P. Roe found no difficulty in superintendent of his great Sunday school at Mr. Faddleby-How do yv*\ know
I
dults of their own sex and children of both Only One Exception. writing $:.o,OOO worth a year. I I Philadelphia. i 1 Mrs. FJxddleby Why. lte caught her at

: Little Alice-And did Solomon know it several times my lt.-UU: *Y'A Weekly. .
.
I exes.Mrs. more Miss il-irfree's (Charles Egbert Craddock's* Sir Morell Mackenzie, the English doctor,

J. G. Blaine, Jr., says the reason she I j than anybody who was ever in the world, novels yij4d her about $:jOOO a year. I has a son who is acquiring fame as an actor, ;, .
Two Much.A
as chosen the threatrical profession is that ; papalPapa Charles Dudley Warner is paid $1.200 for and will soon try starring. [ *
(thoughtfully)-Well, I guess he man may work. eight bourn and live
i he fears that if she went Into comic opera, his department in Harper's MagazinaFrances The marriage of Grand Duke Alexandro- .
Or nine i
I even or ten.
knew than met f
more anybody ever except,
wing;: to her deep contralto voice, she might : brother Jack.- Hodgson Burnett is getting rich at vich, of Russia, to Princess Alexandra, ot I 1 But when he works from dawn to dark

iave to take male parts and appear in tights. ; perhaps, your 16-year-old the rate of from $20,000 to $25.000 a year. Greece, is fixed for June 16.( It's all da1V tb him thenI t'

..I; A Boston woman has all the balusters o! I Lowell Citizen. I --, --..- --- i iI -t tOICQ4rl :

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NOTICE. I Taxes .' -.I! uti
} 1'I I I A. and OWNER. J DESCRIPTION. t.,'1 .\. L .

.1 IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE FOLLOWING _. Costs. I.- I.P--
( ''rp NOTICE Lands will be Sold at Public Auction on the (6th) 1 In township 20 range 35 east All in Tp. 21 5f. Ran e 3-5 E.I :

1 Sixth Day of May, A. D. (1889) Eighteen Hundred and Eighty Nine, Unknown |all lot 11 Fontaine grant.......... 41 607 15 15 Butler, John in n e cor of s e \ of n w \ des
h; at the Court House, at Titusville, in the County of Brevard, in the I j In township 20 range 34 e...... deed book H. p 10?.............1|20;:1 1.
t. State of Florida, or so much thereof as will be necessary to pay the I f'Peter Fouchard grant in........ 39/ 466 7 80 Gorman, )1.I in s'e } of n w J des deed book, :

ii\ amounts due for taxes herein set opposite to the same, together with I I i.B Seguigrant.........................J42 8438 59 25 H.D121............................. 20! & ,
li f the coats of sale and advertising. I I I ; Township 20 s range 35 east....I t I_ UnknownWilkinson 'wjofawjofsw ,*................ 20, ifr i

i ,.- --- I II i Kuhl, John '''3 part of s w } of n e 'J............ .3 6 I 1 19 H. P. n lot 1.1, : 21 4
I (
I Unknown s w 15 acres in s e J of s w 1:21'': 15
3i 89
: : :: Edwards, John Ie 4 acres of n7 of s e l of n w J. 4 3
'i.:.:::1 7j. 1 = % Clark, D. O. jw J of n e J...:....................... 3! 80 3 39 A. C. Canal and Transportation .
r i' .-- !' "c.". \ =, c.'r.. _r 7: lot 2 except a e 20 acres........... 3, 59! 1.,:.. Co. all............................ ............':24: 641 2

NAME OF OW-SERe DE5CRIPTIOS OF LASD. J g !! ? r y V Mack, C. E. ins part lot 2......................... 3j' 5 60 all fractional I ........._..............,26)) 2SS t' \

.I:J'4: I Unknown !(lot 4...................................... 3i i 60, 1 19 r Unknowns swofnwofsw {............. 2'' 10 f{ l
i; e J of ne }.......................... 4 40! 1 921 n w J of n w J of n w }...........:29' l fit t 11
h* All in T p. 27 ......, Range 35 E I t II' Kuhl, John ''lot 1 and s w } of net............ 4 127'I 3 Smith, Jas X. //s w J of s e } of n w \._...._.....'29'| 10: \

Florida Southern Rail- All...................................... 21 640!r 2 SO UnknownFlorida lot 3...................................... 4'' 81 2 Unknown fs w } of s w J........................29i: 40i 3
way Company.U I' ......... ..........:....... ........... 3..: t'r1U1: 2 SO Land and Improvement -!' j 661 nwofneof s w *............ 21*; lo* i ;

....................................... 41 G-tOi I :2: 80II Co. ::lot 1....................................... 5' 15' SO Florida Land and Ira,. .:
...................................... d'"i I 640;! .J r SO Unknown '!lot 2...................................... 856\! 1 92 proyement Co. n e i of n e $......................... 30: 4"j
i...................... ................. 6_: 6-10; 281) !Iot3.lot4....................................... 8!, 52 1 92 Unknown swof neI j 1.I'! 4M; I
II ............................._.......... 4 I U"t i! '0'': 2 80 I|II ...................................... 8! 52 1 oo,,- s e i of n w J.......... ...............(:,Uj 4th l
3 ,c ........................................ .8'I 64 0' 2 so I Florida Land and Im- neof se j............................J:3f1',!! i
tc ............................ .......... 9:' 640 I 2 80t' protement Co. ,lot 2 and 3...... ......................10: 76, 1 39 I I II s e } of s e }............... ............ :;hIf,1< 1
....................................... 10: 6&!, 2 SO I Clark, D. O. jw } of set and; s Z & n w }J I s w } of se J................. ........ 31 4<>i 6
...................................... 15; tHO! 280 I j s w } of net....................ofl.11 110, 5 06 Feaster, T. A. nwofnw }..........................i321''! w 3
.....................................1763S; :2: 80 Unknown is e i of n w J........................):11, 40, 1 92 I!I Unknown: 10 acres in square in s w cor lot 2 33, it* a
4' ................................... ....151 G-t0: 2 80 Kuhl, Geo js! w I of n w } ands w J...........I!jllj; 200! 4 !3\I\1 Gilson, E. D. e 15 acres off set of n w J...... :33'' 15%} *
:tt ....................................... 10.; 6'1; 2 80 Mack, C. E. 1!part of s e i of s w \...............:12!, rl 74 Unknown I s 10 acres of w 24 acres of ;:, e \ : \
.. 1 u ................................. ....... 20639.\ 1. 2 SO Edwards, John part! of s e J of s w j...............'12: 51 82 of n w \............................. '33, !It, *
I ........................................0)11! 61)\1 I -q SO Fairbanks, W. H. !lot 4.....................................13| ;, 4 86 Silvertooth, Jas 2 acres in s e cor of a eofneri' 2' J >
1. J' .................. .....................j22 6-10; 2 80 Unknown lot 1..................................... 14' 75 ;3 Unknown nofneof Se J.... ........... ...,33 in' 1
_$' .......................................10)3, ;1 '! r 0) 80 Florida Land and Ini1provement 1, ; I; 3"1 all blk A.: n of lot 3 Coleman ad! :
>>- ............ ...... ....................10)8639;. 2S0 Co. ,lot 2 and 3.,1-1! 8.3 1 Titusville................. ....... <.Alot 11
.j' U ............... ........................ ->9..: 640 I '-) SO1G Unknown 'lot 1. |l7| 42, 1 9_ 3 blk B. Coleman's ad Titus!
..... ": .................. ..................... 36404; 2 8 O I i jfractional-.j I ...............................'.2-11 I' 9 ,. I ,. ........................................,,0, :' 7161 I' 2 80 Collier, H. J. paid: e } of s w J...........................:1.31 40. 3 39 lot 4 blk B. Colenran's ad Titu -1
'I' I .e .......................................132'' _713 2 SO Florida Land and Imp 1, ulle i l l ............ .......................:;-1 Ili
...,. I" .......................................0..1.l1), _. I").: 2 SO; rorement Co. w i of i w J............................I 31 1 SOl 9-1 lot 1 blk C. Coleman's Tituville -. ,
I I I' '. .........4..J'2."t'' '!:, 2 80 Unknown paid's!' w } of > w J................*........{305 101 Slj ................................... 34. ; I'
"!. j I j r All in Tp 28 ? range 35 E :.- t of u w } of s w 1.)3.), :20 1 92 lot 11 blk C. Coleman's ad Titus. :

j I I" i of n w \ and s w J............ I I 2401; 1 92 Moore, Charles L. lot 6......................................:32! 7" 1 tf2 \ille...................................34 I
J I ') (340: 2 SO I lot 12 blk C. Coleman's ad Titus-
1.\lJ..1 -; I i Township 20 range 34 and 3.3i! I .
.......................................1 :.11.1.: 640; 280 J Sweet, Chas 1). agent!,S } William Garvin grant.........I i !10'JO:! 29 85 I vile................................ ... -A, 1blk -
\. I I It ........................ ........... ...1 -1' I 610' 2 SO I Quinby, E. S. paid part DeCo.ta grant, excel,t!, I I It Vondy, J. II. 4 and 5 M E Titu> ad to Ti-;,
.. t .......................................' 5 649 t:' 28.t t: ton plats of \urantJa..J: ; !: 52 90 tus\iile............................. 34. 631
; ....................................... G'I 648'C38J; 2 SO I j I Township 20 range 3-3 east....;' !j i'''[: Township 21 s range 36 e......',
I .. :...................................... -. :: 1 2 80) i Unknown !Peter Fouchard grant in.:3;| 'I. 74 1:| 1 92 Gailer, Valentine in $ of eiof de J..1. .............I ti.. :3 t i I 1-
t: It ...... .... ... .................... S41; ;, 2 SO i -n".o.: e"'uI.rrrantl'n.....................,40: 3GO'| 29 S-3 Unknown; !91 of s e } of s e 1.,2.-. I'*) 1 ii
II .......................................! c J: G102/! SO' 1 IL| Cray on n grant in....... ............; ,1 89|I 1 19- )Iclnne Daniel )f. !wlofnel <> e } of n eland n; i
t II .................... ......... .........i.' 10' .640 I 2 SI) Adams II. \\*. !lot IS'Aurantia....................... 3SJ 5Ift 1 1 19 e 1 of s e J..........................!32 It>H 5n )
t1: ........... .............................Ill' r, 40, 280; Thompson, JIC. lot; 13 to 22 blk 22: Aurantia.... '':.3S 1 I 1 19 Unknown e J of n e j...... ....................J3;' .i. -1'*' I
.1 1 w A- of n e \ and n w J and s i...!12. .300': 2 SO ,.lot 46 blk 26 Aurantia.............I J3S'' II .33 I Township 21 s range 37 e....... is .
I IA11Florida .......... .............................13;: 640; 2; SO I,' 20 S 36 E. I !: e J......................7............... :)u I61 { 5jn
j i U ............... .......................14, G-lOj;| 2 80 Unknown lot 1..1'1. 41! 5s1 1 92 I'5 .....................................;: ,,.( Itit'! I >>
1. I 't .......................................15.. (il).10.1(, 2 80 'In :Vlot2............ ........ ............1!. 41;' 1t2 : w J....................................--31, Krf'!I 1 -u& \II;
I ., I .c ...... .... ........... ............... 1H.| -),,' 2 SO (' ractonal..1! I| 5j; 67'' 1J2 Township 22 s range 34 e'se1of 1 :
!' ., ......................... .............., IS; i ij-1'i" 2 SO; ;! ..............................{''l6i, 2 Sl 1 119) Florida Land and Improvement ..1
1t ...................................... 19 639639j;' 2 SO : Co. ': and 1 ; .) -32'.' qI
: Vann, J. D. lot 2 .............. ......................il9j 27' 6 33 | sesw } n 2'A
t I u ..................... ................. 20 ; 1 2 60 I Unknown fractional: ..............................J20! 81 7-1 Unknown I s w J of s w 1..i i .3 -loll JLI
!I I h ................................... ....'I'f! 639;I!, 2 SO I T'p. 21 S, Kange 34 E.: j i j t Florida Land and Improvement ..1 I :. '
u ........................... ...........'10)0)--I: 640t*i'2 SO Florida Land and Improvement I j I' Co. n 1 and lots I 1.2 and 3......._..... .1.Y1.:.-"',, 2 li
I II ..............:.......................;2'J!: 640 2 80 I Co. e J.h .... ............. ................. *_>l I If.Jj 1 83 t Township 22 s range 05 e :.
J ................................. .....1-1'! ; 640. 2 SO In w I....:................................ 2!; 160 t| 2 SO Unknowns lot 6 blk .\. Titusville.............. 3 22 )
.. .< ..... .................................!25 6-1Ij' {! 2 SOS I. : e }.............. ........................ 2: It30; 2 80 I', !Ilot 10 blk C. Titiisille..........., :* 1 _
:J S ................................... ....!'26J30; tj-10; 2 80 {jail fractional.........................!j 41 600; 2 8'') |in ,30 feet of lots 12 and 3 blk .I'..'
) ...................................... I'J-; 640!I-\' 2 SO | "........-...........................;....,I. G1: 400!: 1 92 I Titu \'ille.......... .................'! }' 9C
'f\, ........................ .... .........,,2S 641i; 2 SO' .all..1 j; S'' 640J! 2 So Gailer Mrs X. A. ,'in' } lot 4 blk E. Titusville..._ .! 3, 48
: ..............:........................I'I I. (639; : 2 80 ;In } and s w J..........................,10 1| 4SO!: 2 21 Unknown |t }-I lot -4...'c..."........'..................; 3'' 78?
I II ... "'..""""."""...".."".. 639;!!It I-\.J SO Unknown 'j"5 e }.. ....................................;K!i IGOI I 2 o<-| 'lot 1 blk F. Titu3\ille._...........'! .,'' ': 331
U .......................................,31 640:; 2 SO Florida Land and Im-n|3 \ of n e \ s w \ of net n w V I! 1! II lot 2..4'.......--...................I 3, ; 3 *
j U ....................................... 32 641 i: 2 SO provement Co. ,| e } of s e } and s w 1 of s e | 12'' 400 I 2 12 I lot 3: ..."..."........."...................1 I 3. I 531
It ........ ............................... :33'': 641'' 2 SOt Unknown c 1 of n e }..........................'.12'! 401 1 1t2 I I lot 4..."I"... .............................., S1 I: 3 *
............................. .......... 34'! 642: 2 SO I .
., n w J of s e j .12j 40' 1 92 lot I i)... ... .......- ......... ... .... 8. i I. I
"' ....................................... :354 4 640 2 SO Florida Land and Improvement lot --u"... ... .........4t...................1 3j I : :II
:r, tt ...................................... 36'/ :. f 640W J1!I 2 SO Co. >........................................ 14';' 320 I 1 83 I lot -4..."'...".........".................. 3; t.i I 331
1 All in T'p. 23 S, Lane 36 E..1 +! I Ij Unknown In 11 W- } of S W :x i........................14;, 40 I 1 19 King, Chas E. in lot S and 9 deed book J. p 119 :

all of w A............. ................ 3181{ 92 ,tieof.n I.........................114,!; 40| 1 1.1I } _' 1 blk F. Titusville.................' S i 8 {6i
t .A11.; 637 2 SO [ e } of s w t.......................... 141' 40 1 19 Ronald, A. I.part lot Sand 10deed book I. t' '
I Is
"1 ............................. ......... 31'i 6:.J)-, I "sO J of s e 1..............................141; SO 1 92 I 327 blk F. Titusville............' 3' I 2 S
west \..................... ............... :t ; :320;: 1)2!) !in in e J.....................................151 160! 2 SO Unknown ,e part lot S and 10 deed book J.' t
All in T'p. 29 S, Range 36 EAll 'i II In eof se }........................... 151 40 I| 1 19 I p 146 blk F. Titusville..... .__', 3 I.1 514
: ....................................... 5. 640 2 SO Florida Land and Improvement I lot 5 blk J. Titusville.. ............, a ''! 1 3I
1 ct ........................................ f: 640 t1, 2 80 Co. all.......................................!IS 640, 3 00 Davis, WmA (lot 1 and 2 block K. Titusville.J'! 3 t'I 19:
)1, ........................ .............. j I 640, 2 SO;;: C. Canal and Tran I I UnknownMoulthrop. :!lot 1 e.cubdi blk 4 Titus\ ...| 3 I| G I
'. u ..........:.......... ................. 8; 640 2 SO |rtation Co. I k- w J of net n w \ and s i. !HI' 520 2 56 1 lot 9 sub div blk 4 Titusville.....i? 3' I! 19'
All of w :'! {I....................... ... -I!i ..J.1.I .' 1 63: Unknown w } of n e j 40 1 04 lot 4 blk 6 Titu5\"ilJe.-!: 3: j 63J
Ir t' .......................................,1 t I U"tO<> 2 SO Florida Land and Improvement In l..I'H'1 B.Norwood part of lot 3 blk 7 des deed booki., ,

it .............................. ........,,181 640 I 2 SO Co. all.................. .....................i20 1! !. 640! 3 00 |I J. p 29 Titusville:! ...... ...........I. :i I -oJI
.. ................,.......... ............. 640 280 n e } wlotiiwseufnw ti.1 J. C. I;lot 6 blk S Titu\-il1\.i; 3 _
.'f, All in T'p. 2 J ... Puir.ge 3} E I I s w } and w } of s e }............1!gal! 520 2 56; Unknown 'lot 16 block 9 Titusville .........: 3
All.-/ ; 2 SO : Unknown: s e \ of n w ., 40 1 19 Titus E. H. (lot 1 blk 10 Titus\ille............. :', 1 It
....................................... 4 3-' 2 SO s w al ofnejneiofnw sv 1..1'2.. ........................_3 V';! 40 1 19 Titus! Mrs M. E.FlorIda lot 5 blk 10 Titusville..............i 3 : 2
-< ....................................... t 6 640)1 2 80 I Land and Improvement ejofswl I Titus, Henry T. lot 6 blk 10......:....................I 1! 3: 1Q!
....................... ................ S 641 2 SO Co. sV J of s w J and n w } of s e 360 2 12 Grover, Anna 31.s "lot 7 blk 10..1| 3; I 411
.. ; ........................................ 10 641 :2: 80 e J of net and s i...............1'241. 26 360 1 77 Trafford, J. D. w lot 1 blk 11 TJtusnlle..1 j :3, 1

:' II ....................................... 12 642 80 all................... ...."................. 34 640' 2 SO Gardner, Solomon fe Hot 1 blk 11........".............. 3i i lit
f c., .............................. ........ 14 643 280 e k......... .............................. 36 320 1 63 Gardner Xewbergei i1lot f 4 blk 11............."............., 3' 1 a N
c ....................................... 18 642 2 80 t
All in r p. 21 S Range 35 E. Unknown lot 2 blk 13..............'-....... ..... 3: 1x
rc ....... .................. ............. 20 641 2 80 A. C. Canal and Trans'I'I I lot 3 blk 13............:'............. 31| 3
", ........................................22 642 2 SOc portation all fractional I ......................... _f 31 -* -t lot 3 blk 14............."............. 31! I I
..................................... 24 2 80 I
.. ,
642 L "
"nkno".n._ lot I. 41: 3S 3 39 lot 4... ...14.............:'. ........... 3';' 1
9 t' ........................ .............. 26 641 2 80 lot :2..................................... 41 67 6 34 lot 6..1-1.............4.............. 3. j I 1 6
u ....................................... 28 640 2 80 nw } of s e }.......................... 40 7 80 Titus, Mrs M. E. lot 8..44..14' .............4-............. 3j I' 1l
II ...................................... 30 642 2 80 s w } of s e }.......................... 5,: 40 i 7 80 Unknown l lot 9.J'.18............."............. 3, 1 Clot
it ..:....................................'.32 641 2 80 set of se }........................... 40 7 80 12 blk 19............'....... ..... 3f, 1 9
:......................................34 640 2 80 Florida Land and Improvement 51 lot 1 blk _).............,44............ 3, 1 I r'
., .................. .................... 36 642 2 80 Co. w } of n e-J......................... .. 80 94 Miller, James P. lot 4 blk r 22.............."............ 3], '
.t All in Tp. 20 ;S, Range 34 E. n w } of n w }........................ 40 60 lot 5 blk 22............_."............ 3';' '
Land and Improvement ,All fractional......................... 4 2
454 08 Unknown of of ...,..:........ tjj 1 19 Unknown lot 6 blk 22... tl
n \I. n w 1 n wI. 10 ........... ............ 31
Co. ...........u............................. 6IS 640 2 SO
: Kreamer J. M. Branning ,, C. C. lot
n e of s w t and n w \ of s e 61 80 1 92 7 blk 22............ :\........... .3i
ali............ ........................... S 640 2 80 Unknown I lot ,t
s e t of s w I. 61 1 40 4 13s S blk 22.............. ............ 31
.
all.................. ..................... 2
6S2 95 w t of set.......................... 6110) 4 86 lot 9 blk 22.............J4............ 3!
x all fractional............. ............,20 170 104 net of net.......................... 7 40 1 92 Unknownnwofne lot 10 blk 22............"............ 31 1
lot 1, 2. 3 and 4......................,34 110 89 }......................... 7 40 119 lot 11 blk 22............"............ 3j 1
lot 1. ....................................!36
89 I
94 ......................... Branning W. C. C. lot +
s w t of Del. 7 40 1 19 12 blk 22............ ..... ......
of lot 3 and 4.....................:3G 76 74 ... '\". C. C. 31
e t of n e }.. ..... ...... ....... 40 1 19 Branning, lot 15 Robbins & Grahams ad
Unknown of of s"e ................36 71 I
e i s w J ] 5 89 ;
'" s 18 Township 21 range 35........... Titusville......... ................. 3! :5 plot
' lot 5 Quinby's map of Aurantial38 5'' 74 : w } of n w J........................ 7',' 40 1 19 Grannies, E. C. 28 Robbins & Grahams ad j .
lot 6......".........U............ ..... 3S 5: 74 _I I
.3 e \ of n wI......................... .1: 40 413 Titusville......... .................. 2 ,J.
lot 7..... ......... ............ ..... 38 74
,. 5 e } of sV je ......................... 71 40 1 19 Unknown lot 13 Joynervillean addition to 31
In
... ..".. .. .." t' ... 383S r-:
lot 8. .. ............ I ,
:: 1 of set........................... .. 780/ 6 33 Titusyille........................... 31, I
lot 11....... ......... ............ ..... : 4 74 Gaulden Mrs II. E.
,. .. 1 acre in s e cor of w i of s f't.... 7'1 1 60 l lot 14 Joy ille
-'f Brown, A.R,0 lot 1_)...... .._....."............ ..... 5: 89 nery an addition to : ;
Unknown '. .3'1 UnknownJohnon neof nwof se i.............. 10 1 92 Titusville.......................... 3 i 1
....... !, *
lot 13... .. ........... .. ,
:" .. :; 5 'i1lot n e }..................................... Si SiI 160 29 85 Patch, Emily G. Lot 15 18 19 20 and w i of 211 '
14...... ......... ...........: .....' 74 &,
Henry n wn ofne J of n w }............ 1 3 39 Joynerville ad '
HI I to Titusville. 3: !
lot 16...... ......... ...........: ......3S| 1 1 3.3tl Unknown
Unknowns
: w of n w }........................ 81' 40 2 66 lot 43 Joynerville addition ;
an to
lot 17.....: ........."............"..... 38! 18 1 33 i I
a' tl ,. w t of n w \........................ 40 2 66 Titusville............ 3
'" h 38 81 ............... 3!
1 ..
lot 18 ..... ...... ............ ..... 18 1 33 {
*
seofs w1........................... SI 40 413 Gray, S. F.Unknown lot 45
I I "' Joynerville an addition to :
1 I lot 19...... ......... ............ ..... 38 ISIS 1 33 ,
/ wof s wI.......................... 40 4 13 Titusril le .
lot _1.....: ........."'............'...... 38 1 33 IS 81 E .... ...................... 3;
'" lotllot ...................................... 9j 45 -1 86 lot 49 Joynerville an addition to
lot 22...... ........ ..........: ..... ;) 74
ti ,,38 2Carlile ...................................... 9. 49 486 Titusville... I t
.................... 3;
lot 23...... ......... ............ ..... 3S3S' 111. 89 A. C. Canal and Transportation .t i >
lot 24......"..... ..:............."..... 1| 10! 89 1 I lot 50 Joynervillean addition to '
.. ,.. Co. all.... ... .................:....... .....12'I 640 3 00 Titusville ,
I lot 26...... ......... ............" .... 3S 10 89 : ........-.................. 3j
.. .. ., all fractional......................... 14i 64 74 lot 51
.1 Joynervillean addition
lot 27..... .. ...... ............ .... 38 10 89 to ,
lot 41......"........:'............"..... 38!i 13 1 04 Unknown lot 1......................................1G'. 62 9 27 I Titusville........................... 3: .
4 '
All! { lot 2......................................1G 70 10 74 ''lot 54 Joynerville an addition to '
lot 1 of sub division P. F. f
.. Fontaine grant ....................411 400 8 00 lot 3......................................16{ 78 11 48 I Titusville ........................... 3j i)' ;
all lot 2 Fontaine grant........... 41'' 607 10 74 lot 4........... . .................. 16 86 12 21 Grannie, E. C. lot 55 Joynerville an addition to i,

all lot 3......". ........4t................41 303 4 86 neofneofne {............... 18, 5 89 Titusville..........;:;................ 3{} '
all lot 4......4*..........4............... 41 303 4 86 set of n e J except 5 acres to I UnknownHamilton lot 56 Joynerville an addition to i
all lot 5..... 4'........ .44.............. 607 9 27 B- W.Unknown ...........................18 35 4 33 Tituaville........................... 31 '
all lot 6.n.. 728 15 15 n e J of set and n 15 acres of lot b Rerdell's ad to Titusville... 3' I

., ;, n i lot 7......4t.........:4..............1,11 303 7 80 set of s e }........................18 55 8 00 Stewart, J. Q. lot c ....."........**..... 3'! 1
In Tp. 20 Range 3-1 and 35 E. s t of 8 e t of 8 e }....... ......... 18i 10 1 19 Rerdell & Kuhl lots 4 tall inclusive BerdeiV'sa'd *,

i :-tlilot 8 Fontaine grant........... 41 202 6 33 swof s w J.. ...................... 40 1 92 to Titusville........................ 3!
19wl
; all lot .Fontaine grant........... 41 202 633 set of s wI.......................... 1 40 1 92 lots 12 to 21 inclusive Rerdell'* !'

i all lot 10......".........".............. 41, 2021 6 33 Harrison nwof net........................ 20J20 40 486 ad to Titusville.................... 3t /2
D. K. {part of net of nv J des deed I Bradford, Godfrey lot 23 Berdell's ad Titusville...... 3j f
book H. p 141................,... !! 2}. 1 39 I .

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Taxes Taxes Taxe3
DESCRIPTIOY. S. A.. and OWNER. S. A. and
\VSER. I DESCRIPTIOX. OWNER. DESCRIPTIOS. S. A. and 1
Costs.- Oo8tS. Costs.

All in 7"p. 22 S, Range 35 E. All in Tp. 24 S, Range 36 E. All in T'p. 26 t5, Range 36 E. -

Unknown lot 25 Rerdell's ad to Titusville.. 3 60 Hutson, Thomas part of n w t of net des deed Unknown s w 1 of s w 1 .. ........... .........14 40 1 19 )

a 5 cnith, T. W. lot 26..8 96 book E. p. 234......................20 13 5 06 seof set...........................15 40 1 19
Warren, S. lot 36..3 1 55 Unknown g w i of set.......................... 20 40 3 39 n e of n e 1.............. ........... 27 40 1 19

Unknown'ViIbur lot 42.r".3 60 nelofne }.......................... 22 40 339Hildreth Harris, Henry T. n e 10f s e 1.......................... 27 40 1,19
..................... .
lot ... ....... 60 A. .
n part lot 1 and of w Township 26 s 37 e.......
n n
1 52..u........."..... ....... ......... .3 part range
' 1 lot .. 60 ofne }.............................. .22 14 10 94 Unknown lot 4 as per plat on deed book I.. 7
..................... 3
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... u.
2 lot 55. 1 33 Unknown n w 10f 11 wi.........................23 40 1 92 page l 7 7.............................. 8 10 2 12
lot SG..."........."...................... 3 2 .
66 I lot 4...................................... 25 37 1 92 lot 5 as per plat on deed book I. 7 ,
3a N H lots 57, 58 Rerdel I ad toTitusville. 3 119 lot 5......... ........ ....................25 .20 119w page 17 7........................ ..... 8 10, 2 12
UnknownDickson lot 60 Rerdell's ad to Titusville .3 60 1 20 f S w :}........................... 25: SO 3 39 Samuels, J. M. lots 6 7 and 8 as per plat on deed 7 ,
Titusville
ad 3
Rerdell's to
1 lot 64 60 n e 1..................................... 26 160 4 86 book I. page 177..8 80 506
lot 6 blk A Fisher's addition to Dixon, T. K. of lots 2 and 3 bounded White, Mrs J. J. n Jot 9 as plat 1 on deed book 7 ,
1 part n per
pi Titusville.................. ....... 3 1 24
;
5 06
by A. D. Cantine................. 28 8 I. page 177..8 1 39
iss lot 1 blk B. Fisher's addition,to Unknown 1 1 92 Samuel J. l\I. lots 1011 and 12 51
lot 4 des deed book H. 34128 as plat on 7
i Titusville.......................... 3 94 part p deed book per .
part lots 3 and 4 des book E. I. I. page 5 06
lot 5 blk C. Fisher's addition toTitus.i1le.
358..................................... 28 10 G 53 Unknown lot 15 as per plat 177..8
........ .................. 3 94 J\Iercier Geo J. & wife 4 86 I. 71
pat lot 5 des deed book F. p 566.28 1 page 10 2 12
w i of lot N as per map on deed Unknown n e 1 of n e .......................... 29 40 a 39 Samuels, J. \1. lot 16 as 177..S 7//
book I. 506 Titusville......... 3 1 53
p nwof ne1........................29 40 339 I. page 10 2 12
w of n e 1 except land of Jones n c 1 of s w 1.......................... 29 40 1 92 Unknown lot 3...................................... 47 1 92
.... ...... ...... .. 4
& Ronald .... 65
i 8 00 s e t of s W .J.-1 ')0 J 40 1 92 Stewart, D. 1\1. lot 3.......................................101 67 2 GG
neof .........._............. 5 40
i nw1 1 92n swof se 1.......................... .29 40 1 92 lot 1.......................................191 40 2 66
of ........................ 5 40 .
w 1 n w } 1 92wkofseofnw set of s e 1.................. ........29 40 3 39 Unknown n e 1 of s e 1.......................... 31 40 1 92nwof )
............... 5 20
3 yf }. 192 ; s w 1 of net..........................32 40 1 92 se1.........................31 40 192
Township 23 s range 34 and 35 e nV 1.l 0 f Sv 1:{........................ 32: 40 1 92 i w 1 of s e 1.......................... 31 40 1 92
f 2 strip 5 Delespinc grant............ 1080 3 39 s w 1 of s wI.......................... .32 40 1 92 Burt, H. A. i e 1 of set in arrears for 1887 31 40 1 92

strip 9..u.) ............... 1060 3 39 s e 1 of s w }...........................32 40 1 92 IIogg, Benj. & H. K. lots 2 3 and 4.:.......................32 139 6 33
I. 12...... ...... ... ............... 1070
strip 3 39 Cockren, A. ,j lot 1 des deed book C. 8333. 2 1 92 Wilkinson, H. I). strip 7 and 8 of sub div des deed.33
212 strip ......".........."............... 1080 3 39 part p
339 part lot.I des deed book C. p 22 33 89 book A. page 679.................. 34 13 6 53
14..u............... 1100
1913y !trip; 3 39 part lot 1 des deed book C. p 325 33 1 89 Stewart, J. Q. strip 13 of hub div des deed.

Township 22 s range 34 and 35 e Williamson, John S. part lot 1 des deed book F. p 460 33 1 1 92SChoonmaker book A. p G79...........................33 8 2 86
strip 1 1-10 interest Delespine. latheJ lot 1 des deed book J. l 33 I-H 1 19 Township 27 8 36 e......
1 grant.................. ............... 1300 3 59 Savage S. A. part p 2' 1 92 Gleason all ......... range
\t lot 1 des deed hook E. p 394 33 S. G. and C. .............................. 1 640 2 80
strip 3 1-10 interest Delespine Williamson, J. S. part lot 1 des deed book F. 1 p 46033 8 39 Littlefield all except e of s e k............... 2 560 4 57
grant.................. ............... 1360 3 59 Dixon, T. K. n e 1 of n w 1......................... 33 40 7 80 e T and e of w l.................... 3 480 2 21

139 strip 4 1-10 interest Delespinegrant. Smith, Minnie E. part of set of n w t des deed. : ConoT'er, E. II. \y 1.........:............................. 3 IGO 1 63
.................. ......... .... 1280 3 59 book .T, p 37G....................... .3 1 2 12 lots 2 3 and e J......................... 4 560 4 57

139I trip 17 Delespine grant........... 1360 3 39 Unknown :) w of n w a...........................33 40 2 66 lots 12 and e ,}........................ 9 371 2 45
18......."..........."............. 1360 3
strip 39strip Nail, Berrian part of net of s w 1 des deed Adams, Chas S. n w 1 of s e 1: ..... .................10 40 1 04
19......."...........". ........... 1360 3 39 .33 G 2 86 Gleason S. and of
book l-I. 344..................... G. C.nele eland nlof sw
24 strip 20......."...........".............. .1360 3 39 'Vmgood David p Littlefield of ... ... .
n c cor lot 1 Ilardee s plat of Indian t s c 1. .. ..................10 AGO 2 34
1 24 strip 22......."...........".............. 1360 3 39 River Cit)..................... .H3 3 59 Conover, E. H. \v 1............ .......................... 10 320. 2 80
strip 23......."..........."............. .1360 3 39 Unknown
Unknown of
lot 7 c Hardee's plat of Indian s s w 1 of s e 1................,10 20 ,74
G5: strip 25 (except land of Reed) RI\'cr City......................... 33 80 Gleason, S. G. and C. n e 1 of n e n of s c 1 of ne
Dele pine grant................... 1245 3 59 Cuyler, BenUy Littlefield 1 k of
w of e d olot 11 Hardee's plat w n e 1 n \V 1 and n
strip 26 Delespine grant........... 13-10 3 39 of Indian River City'........... 33 1 39 ofswsw 1 of swlslofselof
1 92 strip 27 .....: ..........".............. .1170 3 39 Unknown and
s of lot 17 lIardcc'8 plat of In- s w 1 s e 1............ 11 600 326
119 28......."..........: ............. )80) 3 39
strip diau River C't y................... 1)3 1 09 Unknown n of s e 1 of s w 1.................11 20 74
::1 59 all that part Delespine grant lot 18 Hardee's plat of Indian. GleaIDn! S. G. and C. all except s of s e of n w 1

In north of strip 28.................. .2320 9 47 River City.......................... .33 H4 I.Jittefielc.l and s l of s w 1 of s w t........12 600 2 86
r all that part Delespine grant. lot 20 except n w 1 Hardee's plat Unknown s of s e 1 of n w 1.................. 12 20 74

39 south of strip 1..40G1 G 53 Indian River Cit'............... 33 1 24 8 1 of s w 1 of s w }..................12 20 74
Township 23 s range 35 e...... lot 21 Hardee's plat Indian Rh.- Gleason, S. G. and C. n e 1 c of n w 1 c of s w 1 and
339 lot 1..................................... 24 28 1 04 33 2 86 ittIefield ............ .. .
780 er Cit) ............................... set. .. .. .... .......... 13 480 2 41
J. E. part of n e 1 of n c 1 des deed I Clements, George lot 27 Hardee's plat Indian River Unknown n lof nw t ofnw 1............... 13 20 GO

book K. page 117.................. 25 5 1 24 Clt)................... ............ 31) 1 )9 Williams, F. B. s -of 11 w 1 of n wI................ 13 20 GO
256 rhares, Mrs J. C. part of n e 1 of n e 1 des deed. Unknown lot 28 Hardee's plat Indian River Unknown sw 1 ofsw 1..........................13 40 ..4nwlof

192 l book J. p 350 and 338........... 25 11 1 53 Cit'...... .............. ........ 33 1 39! swl..:...................... )3 40 74
nwofswl........................ 2j 40 192 Carlile, James A. lot 33 Hardee's plat Indian liver GleasonsG&cLittIefed, :11......................... ..............,14.. 640 2 80

212 Township 228 range 35 e Cit}'............................... 33 1 24 Unknown n c 1 of n e 1 1..........................15 40 1 04
Unknown s \v t ofne 1.................... ..... G 40 3 39 Unknown lot 36 Hardee's plat Indian River Gleason, S. G. and C. \V of n e land w of s eland

22 50 slof ncof nw1................ G 20 339 City................................... 33 1 89 Littlefield w 1....................... .............16 480 2 41 {
s ofnw1ofnw }............... G 20 3 39s lot 38 Hardee's plat Indian liver fractional.................. ............17 421 60

1921 w of n w 1........................ G 40 4 86s City............-.................. -33 80 fractional............................ 20 224 1 92
947 e 10f n w 1.: ........ ................ 6 1-10 4 86I. lot 39 Hardee's plat Indian River -- all............. ...........................2J 6402 80

486 Florida Land and 'Inv. Cit).................................33 80 all........................................ 22 640 2 80
proveraent Co. woof selandseof set... 6 120 103 lot 40 Hardee's plat Indian liver all except n of s c 1 of s w 1... 23 G2 0 2 80n

3 780 39 Unknown lot 1..................................... 7 44 1 19 Cit)................................ .33 SO # .......................... ............ 24 320 163s.
3 39 lot 3..................................... 7 66 1 33 lot 41 Hardee's plat Indian liver !:........................... ............ 25 320 1 '63640.

339 Florida Land and Improvement I. Cit Slot ............................... 33 74 all........................................ 26 2 80
Co. lots 3 and ............................. 8 190 1 02
355 - 42 Hardee's plat Indian River Unknown :iV i except n w 1....................27 120 1 33
339 Township 22 s range 36 e. CitS' .......:..................... 33' fig) Gleason, S. G.:and C.
3S9 Sackett, F: B. lots 5 and 6 and n of s wI..... 1 147 '15 15 Jarvis, A. A. part lot 3 des deed book G. p 340 33 12 21 Littlefield n e of s e 1.........................2S 440 2 28
Unknown sof sw1............................ 1 80 1 92 ,
339 Burnham, J. part lot 3 des deed book J. p 1983 1 92 Adams, Chas S. 3 of 8 w t and n e 1 of s w i.... 2 F 120 1 33
ne of n e1......................... 3 54 1 19 Papworth, H. M. part lot 3 des deed book J. p 49533 6 33 Unknown n w 1 of s e 1...........................2S 40 I 74

800 swlofncl........................... .3 40 119 Altree, George part lot 3 des deed book 11. p 299 33 6 33 sw 1 ofse }........................... 2E 74
set ofne }.................:........ 40 1 19swofnw Fisher, HarryJnknown part lot 3 des deed book I. p 3193.:> 6 33 Gleason, S.G.andC.nelof swlswjof see

26 }.......................... 3 40 119 Township 24 s range 37 e ,.. Littlefield .of s eland n .................... 33 480 2 41
set of n ." 1.:1. : 40 1 19 [ i: w 1 of n w }......................... I 40 1 92 Adams, Chas S. n w of s e 1.......................... .33 40 74

506 neof sw }......................... 3 40 1 19n lot 4......................................11 t 1 H2 wlof- sy 1............................33 04
133 c I of s c 1.......................... 3 40 1 19n s eof s w 1........................... 11 1 2sw1of Unknown s eof 8 w 1..3:3: 80/1 74

192 vj of 40 1 19swlof set.......................... 11 40 1 g2 Adams, Chas S. n w 1 of s e }.......................... 34 / 74

633 s sc.3 40 1 19 :se 1 of se t...-.-....-................l. 40Ainslie s ofswl............................. 34 801 04
192 seof s .. 40 1 19 Oscar n of s w 1 of nV t................ 20 4 13 Gleason, S.G.andC.nel, n wP 1 nwofswsw
633 w 1 of s c 1.............................2 80 1 92 Township 25 s range 36 e Littlefield 1 of 8 e 1 and c of s c j---------34- 480 t 2 41

lots 3 and G............................ 2R 58 3 39 Unknown e l of n e 1............................. 2 80 3 39 all........................................ 35 640, 2 80
2 12 Township 22 s range 37 c lot 4 except land of Robbins, all ........................................ 36 640 2 80
1 9" n of n w 1........................... 17 80 7803wof :Mans & Hiscock.................. 2 24 5 06 i I Township 27 s range 3i e......
78 s wI..........................17 40. 192 Ryder: S. Part lot 3 des deed book G. p 634 3 12 88 65Wilkinson .. wof nw 1 w ofswands e.
119 Township 22 s range 39 c....... H. P. 161 acres s part lot 3 and 81 acre tof 200 65.3
266 MaJonc. John W. lot 4 or s of s e 1................... 62 7 80 n part lot 4..8 2r )65 2 5 lot 12 sw3..2 124 633

104 Township 23 S, Range 36 E. Ryder, S. n w 1 of se 1 part of n e 1 of se n w 1 120 3 98
486 Unknown lot 1...................................... .9 5G 1 92 des deed book D. p 96..4 54 22 70'VIlkmson Unknown n w 1 of s w l. ...................... 5 40 2 66
l 55 lot 2..................................... 150 1 92 H. P. 12 acres s part n c 10f s eland netof swt 40 3 39

119 Odea, Joseph lot 3 4 and 5 fractiona1............. 20 2 66 s e 1 of s e t......................... 4 52 3005 Snell G. B. lot 3 and s e l 95 4 86

192 Unknown"Westemlt fractional sec......................... 31 1 92 Unknown :s w l of s e }.......................... 6 40 1 19 Gleason, S.G.andC.nwlof set
192 lot 1.....................................19 43 3 39e Brown, Spencer part lot 3 des deed book G. p 251 Littlefield w !........... 440 7 12

33? of s w 1........................... 26 80 3 39 and in book H. p 194............ 10 19 18o 9 Unknown n c 1 of n P. 1.----------------------------5- 40 1 19

1ft lot 2 blk T Harde\.ille............... 30 74 Unknown 3 c 1 of s w 1.......................... 10 40 G 33 se 1 of net. 40 1 19
165 lot 8 blk T.......: ..................... 30 74 S e 1 of s w t in arrear for 188710 40 6 33s neof s e.1.. 40 1 19
1 b3 swof sel.......................... 30 40 486nwtof e of s w in arrears for 188610. 40 6 33 g e t of s e 1 40 1 19

16Z se1......................... 30 40 486 3 e 1 of s w 1 in arrears for 188510 40 G 33wlofsw1 swlofsel. .6 40 119

16? lot 2...................................... 30 35 486 ...........................10 80 780 n e 1 of n e t............................ 40 1 19
Edgar part lot 1 des deed book D. p 270 31 2 1 92 w of s w t in arrear for 1887 10 80 7 80 setof ne }. .......................... 7 40 1 19
'S Holmes M. C. part lot 1 des dec book A. p 143 31 5 4 13 w of s w 1 in arrears for 188610 80 7 80 g of n w l of n e t................. 7 20 82

71 Wilson Harriet L. part lot 1 des deed book D. p 10431 5 3 39 lot4.- ..................................... 12 62 2 36 Gleason, S. G. and C. n e i of s ct............................ 7 40 1 19
14 Unknown part lot 1 des deed book I). p 164 31 10 7 SO sof nwtofnwt...............12 20 192 Littlefield e of s w }............................... 7 80 1 92 .

74 Holmes, Geo W. stivtofnenwtofseln3 I. n 1 ofne 1...........................13 80I: 86 Unknown net of n \V }.............. ........... 40 1 19
74 of N w 1 of s eland lot 2..31 165 10 94 White, James H. part s k of s e and part lot 3... 13 50 10 14 nwofnwl......................... .7 40 119
7< Unknown nwofnel......................... 31 40 456 Stewart, J. Q. lot 1, 2 n w t of s e t and n 26 s e 1 of n w t.......................... 7 40 1 19

74 Holmes, Geo W. n part fractional..................... a2 2 6 33 acres of Jot 3....................... 26 130 24 17 ntivlofsw t. 40 1 19
I9J Unknown 8 of n w 1 of n w 1...............34: 20 192.34 Unknown 3 12 acres I lot ........................ '_" 19 7 80 :swlofsw: }. 40 119
192 g 1 of n w 1 of n w 1............... 10 119swofne Keith, Rosannah} 3 e t of 11 w t...........................21; 40 1 92 n w 1 of s e 1. .7 40, 119
1.........................36 40 192nwlofsc1 Unknown 1 swtofsel:: .. 40 119
14 n e 1 of n w t........................ 26 40 92 .
1......................... 36 40 192 uwtofnwt........................ 26 40 192s gel of set.. ---------------------------7- 40 1 19

506 Township 23 s range 37 e...... w ofse 1 ........................ 26 40 1 92 Gleason, S. G. and C. .
lot 2.................... ..................13 40. 1 04 swlofsel.......................... 30 40 192U Littlefield e 1 of s ct..... 80 2 12
2 lot 3.....................................13 35 1 92n w t of s e 1......................... 81 40 1 92 Unknown lot 1............ 29 3 93
w 1 of s w 1........................13 40 1 92 w1of net........................... 3:> 80 339 Higgins, E. W. 3 c 1-8 of set 5 1 19 .
10? lot 1......................................14 11 1 19 n of set................. ........... 35 80 3 39 Seabrook, T. L. part lot 2 des deed 6 1 33

Township 23 s range 38 e. s e 1 of s e 1.............................3j 40 1 92 Houston, John lot 2 except land of
to? lot 1...................................... 32 17 119 Spratt & Cockrell s ..a[ of s c :1 of n e :]j..................35 )0 I 92s Seabrooks........... 30 3 59
Township 24 S, Range 35 E. 28 acres of lot 1 and lot 2..36 66 780 Snell, G. B. n c t of n w 1........ ..j----------------8- 401 1 33Unknown

21- seof sw1...........................24 40 1 92n Township 25 s range 37 e s e t of s w 1.......... 4 1 33
w 1 ofne1........................ 25 40 192 JnknownSpencer lot I..2 11 74 swlof sw1.......... 40 1 33

35.. Township 24 s range 36 e lot 2.......... ........................... 2 11 74 Houston, John part Jots 1 and 2....... 45 G 33
net..................................... 2 160 3 39 lot 1..................................... 3 3f 1 92 UnknownGleason lot 3. ..................... ............ 56 633

9f) t1v i.................................... 2 160 3 39 lot 4................:..................... 3 40 1 92 S. G. and C.
s w 1..................................... 2 160 3 39 ,Pardon i par t I lot 3 ........................... 7 25 1 92 Littlefield \V 1 ofne t and w ofse 1...... 11 160 6 5,1
gel.................... .................. 2 160 3 39 Gould & Mockridgetewart n part lot 2..............................31 20 9 27 S. G. Gleason lots 12 and 3.........................11 123 4 f 6
Black, W.J. part of n e 1 n w 1 des deed book Township 26 s 3G e Unknown net of n wI.........................11 40 1 92

II. p 197.......... .................. G 10 212nwof ...:: J. Q. lot 1....................range................... .1 3 5 1 92 lot 1.............. ....................... 131 46 1 02
UnknownCoekre11 nwl......................... 33 192swlof Unknown lot 4 86 ne 1 of nw 1..............:...........13f 40 1 92
nw1........................ 40 192 lot 3 39e swlofnw 1................. ........ 131 40 192
7.t1 n w 10f s w 1.................. ..... 40 1 92 2..1. 3 39e set of nw 1 ........................13 40 1 92
7 S w 1 of S w ..G 40 1 92nelofnwl of n e 1..2 3 39 n.w t of s w }.......................... 13 40 1 92
40 192nwof n c 1 of wI.......................... 13 40 1 92
wkof 80 1 !92} s
j..6 s wI........................... 2
n .7 40 1 92 e 40 1 92 nelof ne1.......................:..14. 40 339
n 1 ofse 1.......................... 2
net of s e 1. 40 3: 39' 80 1 92 lot 2...................................... 1-11 38 6 33
i \V of n wI...........................11
n w 1 \f set........................,10. 40 :3 89swofswt .40 1 92 Gleason, S. G. lotsr.123 and 4 blk A. Eau Gallie 16 104
11 ,
7r9. n 1 of n e 1... ......................
.......................... 14 40 339 40 192 0 A. Eau Galhe..lG 60
nwof ne1.......................11
w. i of set............................14 SO 1 92n 40 1 92 lots G 7 8 9 and 10 blk A. Eau
swluf ne1........................11
.1I 1 A. W. et al part lot 1 and n w 1 of 11 e 120 60 88 65 40 1 92 ...........:::.................... 16 1 39
s e of n ct.._..................... .11
Unknown n of of .................. 20 633 Unknown lot 11 blk A. Eau Gallie........... 16 74
1
s w n e 30 3 39
Dixon W. lot 1...................................... 12
L. lot 1 as deed book B. 20 lot 12 blk A..u.. ............16 74
per map on 40 192
w 10f w 1........................ 12swtof
n n
22 5 06 lot 13 blk A.... ...... '.............. 16 74
page 206..............................21 4 o 192 :
..................... ...12 ,
Dixon, jane lot 2, 3 and n of lot 4 as per J20I nwt lot 16 blk ...."......."..............' 74.

j I map on deed book B. page 206:21:, 62 22 70
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.4' THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1889. I

Taxes I I'OWSER. i

TaxesDDSCRIPTIOS' A. and DESCRJPTIOS. A.
DESCflWflOS.
OWSEE.Glearon S. A. and OWSER. tAll f
Costs.
Co5ts. t
- in Tp 30 S, Range 3j E. ;
27 37 e I IGlea..con .
Township 27 a range 37 e, Township s range 21 1 19 FlorIda Southern IL,all........................................' Gi &b
bIle 68.. ......... ...Eau Galhe
S. G. lots 17 18 19 2021 aDd 22 blk A. S. G. all 56 R. Company. all............. .................. ........' 8 i 6-1!
lot 1 blk 69................: ...... ... 21
...... .............16 2 21
Gallie..... .
Eau 56 all........................................ ioj( i &2
lot 2..69................. .....: 21
Unknown lot 23 blk A. Eau Gallie........... 16 74 Unknown Eau all.............................. ......... 12: 61

Gleason, t;. G. lot 24 bile A...."......"_............ 16 74 Gleason, S. G. lots 3 to 10 inclusive blk 69 1 24 all........................................ I-I
................................. 21 6U
lot 2.5 blk A.... ..... .............. 16 74
Unknown 1 19 all.......................................'IS' [
74 all blk 71 ...............Eau Galhe 21 &tl
Gleason, S. G. lots 26 and 21 blk A. Eau GaBie 16 89 all................ ................. ..... 2fJ &t11,
104 all..."...72...... ............ ...... ... 21 ,
lots 12 3 and 4 blk B... ...... 16 ;
.. 60all..74. all.......... ....................... ..... :?-l
&Ii
;
.
86 all..73...... ............ ...... 21
lots 6 and 7 blk B......: ...... ...16
.. 19 alL............ .................... ..... 24
"... 74 ......... ......... ...... ... 21 1 &I!
.... ...... 16
lot 9 bIle B.. ..._.. :
Unknown 67 all.................. ................... !
... t
.. &I
"... 16 741 lots 12 and 3 blk 75.. .... 21
.
.. ....... ......
... .
Gleason, S. G. lot 10blkB. .. 60 all............. ........................... 25'
lot 11 bl" B..............."......"... 16 74 Unknown lot 4 blk 75................ .....: ... 21 Gtli,
Unknown all........................... ...........
.. 89 3fl
.. .... I
and 14 blk B.."...... ... 16 1 33 Gleason G. Jot 5 6 7 and 8 blk 75. : 21
Gleason S. GUnknown lots 1213 .. .........................
lot 16 bIle .............Eau Gallie 16 74 all blk 76...................".....: ... 21 74 all. ...... .. .. 3') .
.. all................ ........................ ii :
.
"
lot 17 blku..............: ......' ...16 74 all..."...7 7......... ......... ...... ... 21 1 33all..78. : W,
all...................... ..................
...."... 1 33 3b 63 I
lot 18 bll.' ............... ...... ... 16 74 ............ ..... .. 21 ,; .
lots 19 20 21 and 22 blk BEau all..79............ ......"......"... .21 1 33 Township 30 8 range 3. e......

Gleason S. G. Unknown of .......................... 17 40 1 92 w }...... ........... ....................19 3fJt:! ;
83 #
t Gallie................................16 1 D e t n e
lots 25 to 37 inclusive! Eau Gallie 16 2 66 nwofne #......................... 17 40 192s n w I ands }............. .......... ... ?0: -ISot! ti

h all blk C...................."......". 16 29 85 w i ofne }..........................17 40 1 92 all. ...................................... 31 &l.1!

all bIk D...................:'......"... 16 1 33 8 e i of net........................... 17 40 1 92 s wi..............................-..... 3:!, If/I. .

all bIle 1 except lots 1215 and neuf n wi.........................17 40 1 92 Unknown all Fleming grant. .......-......... 1 K ;'

....................... GaHie 16 9 86 nwofnw #........................17 40 192swofnw Township 30 s range 3.3 e...... I

all blk 2....................."......"... 16 2 80 #.........................17 40 1 92 lot 1...................................... 3 -I.; 7

\ lots 12 3 and 4 blk 3...".....:....1G 104 Gleason, W. H. H. 0 e t of 8 wi.........................17 40 1 92 lot 2.-..... 3 4

f Unknown lot 5 blk 3.................."......"... 16 60 nivof s wi........................1i 40 192swofsw lot 4....... ........................-..... 3 3a( 2 iueofnw

lot 6 bIj{ 3.................:............ 16 60 }.......................... 17 40 192seof #.......................... 3ll'J\ 1sofneofne t

Glea&on S. G. lots 7 89 and 10 bIk 3.."..... "... 16 1 04 sw #..........................17. 40 1 92 1..................10 3Ot :

Unknown, lot 11blk3...............:'.....: ... 16 60 Unknown net of Bet..................... .....17 40 1 92n s e 1 ofne }............ ... .......... 10I I 3

lot 12 block 3.............."......"... 16 60 w t ofse !:.........................1i 40 1 92 StraJ80n. Oscar part lot 3 des deed book D. p 36014 Is{= !

Gleason S. G. lot 13 14 15 and 16 blk 3 Eau !s w t of set..........................17 40 1 92 Unknown n e 1 of s w #1.1-1 40! 1seofsw I

Gallie......... ....................... 16 1 24 seofse #......... .................1i 40 1 92Gleason #............................ H11: 1 1nwofne

all blk 4..................Eau GaHie 16 3 39 'V. H. H. n I of s e and net of sV i.... 18 420 133S. #.......... ............... 1J 4f ''

lot 12 and 3 blk 5......".. ...'.... 89 G. Gleason and C. Gibson, D. P. e part lot 2 lot 3 and 4 and u w. '

Gleason G. G. lots 6 7 8 and 10 blk 5 Eau Littlefield n l.................. .....................18 320 2 28 part of lots 5 6 and 7..l& I

:lflt>.......:........................16. 6 53 Unknown n w 1 of 8 wi........................ 18 40 1 19 Unknown fractional sec 26 except 4 acre, I Ito

Gleason, S. G. lots 1112 and 13 blk 5 Eau Gallie.16 89 swof s wi......................... 18 40 1 19 Cain............................... 2ti, 10. :

lots 1 to 10 inclusive blk 6 Eau se # of se #...........................18 40 119 i I .

Gallie.................................16 1 21 net of n e #.........................19 40 119nwof all Fleming grant.................... 38:. it

Unknown lot 11 blk .............. GaBie 16 60 11 e #.........................19. 40 119 -- '

Gleason, S. G. lot 12 blk 6.'I... 16 60 s. G. Gleason and C. Township 30 s range 39 c......'

Unknown lot 1 blk 7..................".....:'... 16 60 Littlefield s l........................................ 19 320 3 00 Holmes, Geo. lot 7....................................... ;: -;1 ,

let 2 blk 7..a'... 16 60 Unknown n e of n e }....................... ..... 0 40 1 2nwofne lot 3.1' ; d:: 1

Gleason, S. G. lot 3 to 11 inclusive blk 1 Eau #......................... 20 40 192sw lots 1 and 2.............................:.17, o I

Gallie................................16 212 i ofne i.......................... 20 40 1 c2se Gibson, D. P. lots 1 and ............................: tj; ; I

all except lot 12 blk 8..Eau Gallie 16 2 66 i ofne i........................... 20 40 1 92 lot 1.....................................'2 3 t! 1

Unknown lot 12 bJk 8................."......" ...16 60 Snell, J. T. part lot 1 des deed book J. p 24021 2 1 19 Unknown all :Fleming grant...................30; :; 811 Z

i Gleason, S. G. all blk 9...................."......"... It 2 80 Unknown s w i of n wi......................... 21 40 3 39 Township 31 s range 35 e..I I ; I

all blk 10..s.: "...... ...16 1 33 w of 8 e #.. .......................... 24 80 4 86 Florida Southern R. all..I! 2.. 639' 2

all hlk 11.................."......"... 16 1 33 seofse #........................... 25 40 192Gleason R. Company all....... .............................. !

all bIle 12.6 2 80 \V. H. H. lot 1 and 2...............................27 56 1 92 all................ .... ..................I. t>:, 636 1&t2

all blk 13 ................."......"...16 2 66 S. G. Gleason and C. \V of s wi........................... .28 80 3 39 all........................................ 8;; 2
.
all blk 14 ................."...... ...16 2 66 Littlefield s e and wi.......................... 29 480 3 98 all.......... .................... ...... 10; 641 1

all blk 15........... ......"......"... 16 2 66 all............ ........................... 640 5 15 all..... ............ ....................,,121 611! !

lots 12 3and 4 blk 16...".....: ...16 1 04 all....... ... ...............................3130 640 5 15 6.1.,. !

r Unknown lot 5 hlk 16................"......"... 16 60 all.......... ..............................32 640 5 15 all.all.18'; 63M 2

'. Gleason, S. G. lots678and9blkI6..16 1 04 w I of s e i and wi................. 33 480 3 98 .'111.......... ....... ..... ............ 6381 1

Unknown lot 10 blk 16..............."......"... 16 60 Ietcalf, rm. I. s e i of se #......... ................. 33 40 1 92 64 2 I I

;. Gleason G. lot 11 blk 16........... ..:'.....: ...16 60 Unkno".n' lot ........................................ 26 1 92 64( !

Unknown lot 12 blk 16..............."......"... 16 60 lot 2...................................... 34 53 6 33 ......................... .............. 63 2

Gleason, S. G. lots 131415 and 16 blk 16 Eau lot 3...................................... 34 27 486Metcalf all!!............................ ............I-v 3a) &IIj 2
Gallic................ ...............16 124 ""m. I. lot 4 and w of s e l except 5 aIL. .130; G 2

all except lots 5 and 12 blk 17 acre in 11 w cur and s of s w 34 191 15 35 a11..32: 2

Eau Gallic... .......................16 2 71 I'tcalf, G. I. n w cor of n w i of s e }........... 34 5 82 all. ....................................\\3-11 6.39: 2

Unknown lot 5 blk 17..............Eau Gallic 16 60 Unknown lot 3.......................................36 43 4 13 .'all......... .................... ......3t, &I !

lot 12 blk 17.............."......"...16 60 Township 28 s range 37 c...... Township: 31 s range 38: clots ......

lot 12 3 and 4 blk 18..."......"... 16 1 04 'Vrn. lot 3 blk ........... ,
Gleason, S. G. Camp, :\1.: 10. .. 1elbourne 2 89 Gibson, D. P. 2 3 ana s w } of s e J/........ IOS !

Unknown lot 5 blk ] 8................"......"... 16 60 all ....."...16..4....... 4 86 swofn wI............. ......... 111 H1 1

s. Gleason, S. G. lots 67 89 10 and 11 blk 18 Eau Unknown lot 4..19....................."....... 21' 74 Unknown n c 1 of s .1 ...................... ... 14I I, I'
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Gal lie................................. 16 1 53 s 1 lot 1 blk 24................."...... 21, 1 92 nwofsw } ....... ................. ... 141 4 I

Unknown lot 12 blk 18..E..m Gallic 16 60 \Ietcalf, G. I. lot I 3 39 Gibson, D. P. lot 1...................................... 151 I

Gleason, S. G. lots 13 14 15andl6 blk 18 16 1 04 Boardman, Lucy 5..24..2 I Unknown all Fleming grant.....................3861;
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lots 12 3 and 4 blk 19 Eau Gallic 16 1 04 90 15 25 Township 31 s 39 e I

Unknown lot 5 blk 19..............."......"... 16 60 Camp, 'Vm. X. W part of n C t of s e des deed lot 2part .................range.............. ...... 34 I
Gleason, S. G. lots 6 7 8 9 10 and 11 blk 19 Eau book J. p 203..3. 25 5 06 Kitching, Walter lot 1 des deed book D. 29S G 41 1 1 I

Gallic................................16 1 53 Rice, .Ancil part of s e of s e 1 des book G. Kitching, Jos. & Sarah part lot 1 des deed book E.p p 60 6' 1, 1

Unknown lot 12 blk 19............Eau Gallie 16 60 p 643 except land to IIi ppard 3 I 94 Unknown n e i of se }..........................! 7 40f 1
Gleason, S. G. lots 13 14 15 and 16 blk 19 Eau Hippard, A. J. part of s e of s C i des: deed. n w | of s c 7 1.

Gallic.................................16 1 24 book I. 1 94 1..1 j 4J?
p 77..3 3tiV | of se | .. ... 7 -I 1 :
lots 12 and 3 blk 20 Eau Gallic 16 89 Unknown net ofne ... .. .......... 40 1 92 Krocgel J. G. all fractional..1 j. .141, it

Unknown lot 4 blk 20................"......"... 16 60 nwl ofne #...........................4 40 1 192 Unknown, lot 1.1' ;) 3U I

Gleason, S. G. lot 5 to 16 inclusive blk 20 Eau eof se ;............................. 74 413
lot 2./................................... 151 .toI 2
Gallic......... .......................16 2 28 n w ; uf II wI........................ 10 40 1 92 :
lot 5...... ......................... ..... 15 40$( 1
all blk 21.................Eau Gallie 16 2 80
lot 2 blk D. south Ielbourne..... 11 60 lot 6.......................................15 4f t 1nwof
all Ilk 22..:..............."......."...16 2 80 GoodeF. C. Jot 9..."...1....: ............".... ......11. 89 ne \...... ..... ............O
all..."...23..................' ......"...16 2 36 4f
Goode, John lot 11 ...1....: ...........: .... ......11 89 s w } of s e }... ........................ 20 40
aIL.. ...24.................. ......"...16 1 48 Mellor, John s e 1 of set...........................11 40 3 39 seofse #........................... 20t0i"
all..."...95.................." ....."... 1
16 1 92
Unknown ne of s w t ........................ 40 1 92
.16 lot 1...................................... 23 341; 1
all..26( .................. ...... ...1G 1 92all..27 ow of se #........ ....... ......... 40 1 92
.16 1 : lot 4.;................. ................. ,26s 40 2
.................. ...... ...1G 1 92 8 w of s wI........................ 22 40 1 92' i ofse 1
all..."...28................. "......"... e l..I.J 4(1
16 1 92
Is e t of 8 w #.......................... 22 40 1 92 neofne 1.......................... 1
aiL.." .29............ I 24JI
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8 w 1 ofneofne #............... 10
119
27 J of }..................... ...... 1
all..."...30.................." I s c n e 24JIOi
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of owl......... .
ne 1 .... ............ 27 40 1 92 1
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neofse .... .
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n w t of n wI........................ 27 40 1 92
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all..."...32..................". ".. 1 3 e } one j....................._..... 3t01
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1 63 Wilbur, :Mary 1 1. gel of s c #........................... 27 40 1 92 of 1
aIL.:'....k l...... ........ ..."......"...16 1 33 I .w } se .3 40
Unknown n w t of n wI............ ........... 40 92
.3.5: 1
all..."...34.................."......"...16 1 19 seofse \........................... :i3 4 1
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n w # 35 40 1 92 lot 1...................................... a-t 31 1
aIL.. ...35.................. ...... ... 16 1 33 ,
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all..3.................."......"... 1C 1 33 Ie t.of n ": # 28 36 80 2 36 lot 2................. .............. ....H 46f !
Iuwnslup s range 38 e...... lot 3...................................... a-t 60f Slot
all... ...37..... ........... ...... ...16 1 33
lot 1.......................................
.17 19' 1 04
1..................................... : jto${ Slut
aiL.. ...38....... ........... ...... ...16 1 33
lot 2...................................... 17 40 1 92 '
all..."...39...... ..... . "......"...16 1 33 lot 3.\0.............17 23 1 92 1 in arrears for 1887............ :x; 401 3

all..."...40.................."......".. lot 1 in arrears for 1886.3:). 401 Slot
.16 J 33
Jot 4....................... .............. 23 1 92
all..."...41.................."......"...16 1 63 1 in arrears for 1885............ 35; .ttJ; 3
lot 5.....................................
.17 3G 1 92 lot 2...................................... 35 3v J
all..42....
..........:.. ...... ...1G 1 04
lot G......................................17 52 1 92
all..."...4a..................'*......"...1G 1 63 lot 2 in arrears for 1887............ 3.5 *vI14 *\. 3
lot 7...................................... 55 2 66
all..."...44..................".....:'...16 1 33 171 lot 2 in arrears for 1886............ 3.5 3.f! SI
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lot 1 .....................................18 4 2 66 '
all..."...45.................."......"...1G 1 19 ,' I I lot 2 in arrears for 1885............ 35 3. 3
lot 1...................................... I
all..."...46 ................:'......['... 16 1 19 I 201 I 64 266 lot 2 ..................................... .36 40i 1
11 ard U. A. s l ofnw # ...........................
aIL.."...4i.................."......"-.. 16 1 19 Damon, G. lot 4 des deed book 311 39 780 Williams, A. F, 5.Evans n i lot 6.............. ........... ....3tj 101
\V. R C.
ail l..."...4'... E. C. part p 347311 30 12 21 i Ida F. 3 i of n i of lot 6................... ...
..............: ...... ... 16 1 19 :.6 !
Unknown lot 1................................ ..... 51 2 66 .
aiL..-'...49..................". "... 33)) Unknown s I lot .: 20 1
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16 89 )lcQuaig, Julia In lot 2......................... ........ 33 17 1 19 Gi I
all..."...50.......... ......"....... '... 16 89 Unknown Ilot 3................................... .....33!! 20 1 92 Florida 6..I .
all..."..,51................ ..... ".. Southern R. all and gjt 3
: .16 89 plot 7............. ........................ 341 21 1 63 R. anl4..1 2 ;
lots 12 and 3 blk 52...."'......"... 16 67 lot 2....... ............................... 38 1 92 Company all and lots 123 -I S63;, 3
lots 6 7 and S..52...."......"... 16 74 Township: 29 3G ..... 341 all and lots 1 2 3 and 4............ 6 83"1: 3

all blk 53: ...... .:.... ...."......"... 16 1 04 s range e. all...................... ..................! ; &t
Florida Southern R. all..... ................. .................. : 640
I II all..54...... ............"......"... 16 1 04 ,fall 20 2 80 all......................... ...............110 655t
I H. Company ............. ........................... 21! 640 2 80 '
lot 345678 and 9 blk 55 Eau Sr !....................................... : w 1-2 and lots 1 and 2..............; 12 473 1
(S I Gallic.............................. .16 1 53 22 320 1 63 all................... .................... I &J-,'1//
all..... .... .. .
: ..... .................... 271 640 I
2
'out lots 3 and 4........ 80 all....................... i
Eau Gallic .
16 10 1 63 ............ I 8 61'
all.... .. !
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Glea G. G. out lot 6................ 28 640 2 80 all ................... 1 1.
on, .. ...... ...16 5 1 19 all......... ...... ........................ 640 ........ ...........'I2tJ i {,.1. "
i lot 7................... .I.! 29 2 80 all....... .... ... 2
lout ... ... 16 7 1 33 all............. ..................... ...... $ 640 .......................i22 65t !
out lot 8...................."......"...16 30; 2 80 ill fractional 1.......... ; I
4 1 04 alJ.1 ............... ........................ .................i24 473
i Gleason S.t G. ,out lot 9...................."......"... 31, 640 2 80 all fractional.. ,' .
: 16 5 ....... ,
1 19 all............ .......................... 32': 6401 2 80 ..... ........... 26. 647
i out lot 12.................."......"...16 5 1 19 all except n w j of s w 1...........'23 611 3'
r all....................................... 3.3.:
out lot 13................."......",.... 16 5 89 all................... ..................... 6401 1 2 80 all .................. .....................'30 64

.. out lot 14.................."...... ... 16 6 89 8V 1................... ................. 34; 640 1 1Township 2 80 all............ ...........................30 640( :! .
out lot 15................."......"... 16 7 89 29 38 35 160 I 1 04 all........................... ............'34 Gilall :!
out lot 16.........................".... 8 range c. .. I I 1.
16 5 fractional
89 Unknown ...................... ...13t; 475
e 1 of s e }...........................
T 3
out lot 17................. ".... "... 16 6 89 IS 40j; 39 Township 32 s 33 i
Samuels. John :\1.: plot 1 and range e
out' lot 18................."......"... 16 7 89 Cable. E. :\1.: ,f l lot 3 des 2..8 deed book F. 76, 3 39 Florida Southern R. n w } and s 12........................ 3t181, 2

,out lot 19.................."......"....16 8 89 Unknown ''n part w 1 of p 509 8' 25J 1 3 39 R. Co., Charlotte aIL................. .....................'31 640 .
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lout lot 20............ ............. ....16 6 89 swiofsiv .......................... 40j! 3 39 Harbor Division w 1.2 of s w \........................ 32 8l>
out lot 21.................. ......''...16 6 89 8 40 339
: lot Fo ter. rank. 1 lot 5 .... ...............................,4. 50 3 39 Township 32"s range 39 e. a
out out lot 22..i 23..u. G 8 89 MrsAnnieCarmichaelall, fractIOnaL.: ... ..... ............... IG 203-, 7 80 Unknown n w J of n c }........................i 1 401

all blk 57.................".....:'."..16.21 12 1 33 89: Tengzeliu, .H. G. E. part of n w i of n e 1 being n I I n 1v12ofsw c 1 of n wl.J\\ o foe 1..1! 1 40.201!; 1 1

all..."...58...... ............"..... "... 21 33all..59 and w of Goat Creek............ 17; 20 2 12 |
1 1 'nknown fractional s w #........... .... ....... nwofse }..........................; 314)
: 27 3 3 39
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21 1 33 Samuels. J. :\1.: swofsc i...........................'' 3 40in 1
lot 1 and 2........................ .... ;
74
3
all... ...60... 28j 39
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all..Gl. 1 33 lot 3...................................... 47 2 66 e } of n wi..........................| 4lot[
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all.. ....G2...... .". .21. 1 19 Unknown 1 lot 4...................................... 34j 34. 64 4 86 seofse i...........................! -IIO. 1
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jill..63......................:...".. 1 19 lot 1 and ................................ 82 3 39 3wofne: }..........................1|'10' 40? 1
.21 1 19 se i of n e |........................... 10lOt 1
iill..G4 lots 2 and 3............................ 26' 82 3 :
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1 19all..65 lot 2................. .. 35i 1
Township 30 35 ..................;:11 ,
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.................."......"... 21 range e. I
1 19 Florida Southern R. all......... ...... swofsw I:.........................jn 40 1seofnw
all../'...fi+>.................. '......"...21 119 ....... .................. 2j 643 2 80 :' 1 ,
R. Company ............. ............... I.1: 40
all..67.... ............"......"... 21 1 19 !lall. .... ...... 642 2 80 neofnw 1
i }........... .............J14)) 40.




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Taxes Taxes Taxes
OWNER.DESCRIPTION.I s. A. and NAME OF OWNER. DESCRIPTIOY. S. A. and OWNER. DESCRIPTION OF LAND. S. A. and

Costa Costs. Costs..
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Township 328 range 39 e Township 34 8 range 35 e. Township 35 s range 36 eFloridaSouthern
..2! Unknown n w } of n wI........................ 14 40 1 92 Florida Southern R. lots 12 3 and 4 8 of n e 1 8 of Railway aU....................... ......... ..... ... 36 640 2 80
+::2 sw of n w t......................... 14 40 1 92 R. Company n W t and e 1 ofs wi........... 4 432 1 92 Company Township 35 s range 37 e.
'1' seofnw1 ......................... 14 40 192neofswi all................... ..................... 6 664 2 80 all........................................ 2 695 2 80
2 .......................... 14 40 192nwofsw1 all........................ ............... 8 639 2 80n all...................... ................ ... 4 705 2 80
2 ......................... 14 40 192 1............... ... ......... ............ 10 320 1 92 all......................... ................ 6 718 2 80
2 s w 1 ofsw }........................ 14 40 1 92 Alderman, 'Ym. n w 1 of s w 1.... ..... . .......H 40 3 39 all........................................ S 640 2 80
. 2 s e I ofsw ........................... 14 40 1 92 Florida Southern R. all............... ...... ..................14 640 2 80 all........................................10 641 2 80
'1 n \v I of 8 e }.......................... 23 40 1 92 R. Company all...... ......... ........ ...... ..........18 638 2 80 niufnwi...........................12 80 74
. 2 s w I of net............... ........... 23 40 1 92 all....... ..... ............ ............... 20 639 2 80 Florida Southern R. S 1 of n win eland s 1..........12 560 2 66
2 net ofnw 1 ....................... 23 40 1 92 no1ne1andnofnw lands R. Co., Charlotte all........................................14 640 2 80
2 seof nw1.......................... 23 40 192neiofsei 1 of s w 1.... .......... ....... .. ... 22 240 1,53 Harbor Division. all.8 642 2 80
2 ......... ................. 23 40 192nwofsei all..................... .................... 24 554 2 80 all........ ...................... ......... 20 640 2 80
2 ................. ..... ....23 40 192 eof neisiof nw I ands26 480 2 21 all...............................r.......... 22 640 2 80
2 8 w 1 of 8 e t.. ....................... 23 40 1 92 all.... .............. ... .................. 28 640 2 80 ......................................... 640 2 80
2 s e l of s e }................. .......... 23 40 1 92n all............ ............ ................30 640 2 80 all................................ ........ 26 640 2 80
e I ofsw }...... .. .................. 24 40 1 92 all.................. ........ .... ......... 32 640 2 80 all......................................... 28 640 2 80
1 i e 1 ofsw I........................... 24 40 1 92 alL.................. ...... ... ............ 34 640 2 80 all......................................... 30 642 2 80
2 s w I of n w t....... ................. 25 40 1 92 all................ ...... .............. .... 36 613 2 80 all........................................ 32 640 2 80
2 0 e t of 8 wI................... .. ... 25 40 1 92 Township H 8 range 36 e. all.................................. ..... 34 640 2 80
1 s e 1 ofsw }..... ................ ..... 25 40 1 92 all......... ......... .................. ... 2 64' 2 80 all........................................ 36 640 2 80
G swof se1.......................... 25 40 1 92 all....... ............ .. .. .... .. ........ ... 4 :. 11 2 80 Township 35 s range 38 e.
neiofne1......................... 26 40 192 all......... ...... ....... ..... ............ 6 649 2 80 alL........................................ 2 664 2 80
7 n 1V t of n e }.......................... 26 40 1 92 aIL......... .... ..... ...... ............... 8 640 2 80 all......................................... 4 676 2 80
4 swofnei................... .... .... 26 40 192 all.... .... .... ...... .....................10 640 2 801 all..... ................:.................. 6 685 2 80
a s e of n e }.................. ....... 26 40 1 92 all..... .. .... .............. ............... 12 640 2 SO all........................................ 8 640 2 80
a neof ne1........ .......... ....... 35 40 1 92 all...... .................. .. .... ........ 14 643 2 80 all.............. ...........................10 640 2 80
a 0 W 1 of net.......... ............. 35 40 1 92 all ............. .... ........ .... .... .....18 639 2 801 s ".1......... .......... 12 160 1 04
a S w t of net....................... ... 36 40 1 92 all.......... .. ........ ............. ......20 641 2 80I I all........... \7/.7..7...........14 638 2 80
2 s e I ofnw }.................... ..... 3G 40 1 92 all.................. .... .. ............... 22 639 2 80 all....... .................................18 641 2 80
a n e 1 ofsw }.......................... 36 40 1 92 all............ ........................... 24 639 2 80 II all..... ....................................20 640 280
a 0 w I ofsw }...................... ... 36 40 1 92 all. ..... ........... .. .......... ......... 26 640 2 80 all..... ................. .................. 22 638 2 .80
1 s W I of 8 e 1.... .................... 36 40 1 92s all............. .................... ....... 28 641 2 80 wiofnelandw J ofseland
e 1 of s e }.......................... 36 40 1 92 all.......... ............. .. .. .... ........ 30 639 2 80 w j........ ............................ 24 480 1 12
30 Township 32 8 range 40 e all...... .. .......... .... ........ ....... 32 640 2 80 all............... ................ ........ 26 640 2 80
lot !................... ........... ...... 20 29 1 92 all....... .................. .. ............. 34 639 2 SO all.........................................28 640 2 80
2 lot 1............... ...................... 20 45 2 21 all...... ............ .. ................... 36 639 2 80 all................ ....................... 30 643 2 80
lot 2........... .................... ..... 30 40 2 21 Township 34 s range 37 e. alL........................................ 32 640 2 80
64 lot 3...................................... 30 36 1 92 ...... ............ ..................... 2 649 2 80alt. all......................................... 34 638 2 80
lot 4................................... ... 30 36 1 92 ............. ..... ......... ...... ...... 4 646 2 80 all......................... ............... 36 640 2 80
lot 5...................................... 30 40 2 21 all......... ...... ... .... .. ............... 6 640 2 80 Township 35 s range 39 e.
3 lot 6...................................... 30 40 3 39 all......... .... .............. ...... ...... 8 641 2 80 Olmstead, Mrs. C. s w J of n w \ and n w J of s w J 25 80 1 92
2 lot 7.............................. ...... 30 21 1 48 all....... ... ......... ... ... ............... 10 2 80 Township 35 s range 40 e.
3 lot 8...................................... 30 41 60 all....... ............ .... ..... ............12 641 2 SO Unknown s w I of n e J........ .................. 4 40 1 92
a lot 1.................... ........ ..... .. al 52 4 86 all......... ......... ...... ......... ......14 6-10 2 80 n w } of se \.......................... 4 40 1 92
1 lot S...................................... 31 18 89 all.......... ...... ... ............. .. ......18 640 2 80 swof sel........................... 9 40 1 92
3 lot 4.................................... .. 31 21 1 19 all...... ... .................. ............ 20 640 2 80 lot 4..................... ...._........... 10 64 6 33
lot 5...................................... 31 30' 1 63 all................ ... .... ..... ............ 22 640 2 80 Russell, Susan P. n Jlotl......... ....................... 15 25 4 13
2 lot G................................. .... 31 39 1 92 all......... ...... ... ...... ............... 24 642 2 80 Unknown lot 2......... ...........................,15 68 7 80
o 5 acres of lot 8..... ................ 32 5 74 all.... ..... .... ...... ..... ... ...... ...... 26 640 2 80 I II I Hendr)", A. A. g w } of s w }.............. ..........,17 40 1 19
2 n 5 acres of lot 9..................... 32 5 74 all............. ............ .. .... ........ 28 640 2 80 n w J ofnw J........................ 20 40 1 63
S Township 33 s range 35 e all............. ........ .... .... ........... 30 6392 80 Unknown n e J of s e 1.......................... 22 40 1 92
Florida Southern R. all............ ............................ 2 659 2 80 all..... ...... .. .......... ............... 32 640\ 2 80 lot 3...................................... 26 53 7 80
2 R Company U ........................................ 4 642: 2 80 a11..34 640 2 80 s w J of a e JTownship ........ .................. 35 40 3 39
2 U .................................... ... 6624 280 all.... .. ... ...... ......... ... ............ 36 640, 2 80 36 s range 35 e:
&C .................... .................... 8' 63!9) 2 80I Township 34 s range 38 e. Florida Southern R. all....................... ... ............ 2 694 2 80
2 ... .... ... .. ... 10 640 280 Florida & al1............. ... ......... ............. .. 4 651 2 80 R. Company. all..... ................................... 4 693 2 80
2 I all of fractional n e! and s c "i R. Co., Charlotte all...... ................... ...... .. ...... 6 640 2 80 aIL.1 ....................................... 6 810 2 80
4 and 'v 1.2............................ 12 482 2 41 Harbor Division all................ ... .......... .........86.11 2 80 all........................................ 8640 2 80
S all..................... ......... .........14 637 2 80 g of seand wI............... ...10 401 2 80all. all............... ......................... 10 640 2 80
2 U ................ ........................18 618 2 80 .. .............. ... ...... ... .. .... ...... 18 642 2 80 all..... ........... ..........................12 640 2 80
2 cc ............................ ............ 20 640 2 80 all.......... ...... .. ......... .... ........ 20 641 2 SO I all.....................:....... ........... 14 640 2 80
2 cc ............. ........................... 22 640 2 80 all.......... .... .............. ............ 22 640 2 SO all............................... ......... 18 724 2 80
2 cc ...................... .................. 24 483 2 21 w of n w t and w ofsw }... 26 160 1 04 all ........... ......................... 20 640 2 80
u ............................... ......... 26 638 2 80 all.... ..... ...... ... ...... ............... 28 641 2 80 aIL.1 ....................................... 22 640 2 80
n e 1 e 1.2 of n w i s 1.2........... 28 557 2 80 all......... ...... ... .... ............. .... 30 641 2 SO all.................. ....................... 24 640 2 80
2 all......................... ............... 301 618 2 80 all....... ... ...... ......... ... ...... ...... 3.2 640 2 80 all........................................ 26 640 2 80
1 ............. ........................... 32 640 2 80 all.................. .... ..... ...... ...... 34 640 2 80 all...... .................................. 2S C40 2 80
U \ II ................... ............... ...... 34 640 2 80 Unknown Township 34 s range 40 e. all....... ................................. 30 702 2 80
11 lots 12 and w 1.2.............. ...... 36 488 2 21 lot 1................. ... .. .... ......... ... 3 28 1 33 all..... ..... ..... ........................ 32 640 2 80
ii Township 33 s range 36e lot 2........ ....... ..... .. .. ......... .. ... 3 36 1 92 all............................... ......... 34 640 2 80
29 6 all...................... .................. 2 711 2 SO lot 3...... .. ............ ...... ......... ... 3 22 1 all...... ................................... 36 G40 2 80
f( 11.,.....,.11......,........... ......... 4 718 2 80 lot 4........ ... ...... .................. ... 3 45 1 48 Township 36 s range 36 e.
1 ({ ............. ........................... 6640 2 80 lot 5.................. .. ....... ...... .... 3 54 221stivlof all......................................... 663 2 80
11 u .......... ............ .................. 8 639 2 80u lot 6........ ... .... ........... ....... .. .. 3 65 2 66 all... ..................................... 661 2 80
11 .......... ............... .... ........ ... 10 640 2 80 n. t.... ........... ...... ... 40 192sexofnw all.................... .................... .2 665 2 80
1 CI ........ .... .. ... .. ... .................. 12 640 2 80 }............... .. ..... .... 40 192 all........................:................ 640 2 80
1 ........ .................... ............ 14 640 2 80 net ofswl ........ ......... ......... 40 1 92n all................ ........................10 640 2 80
U .10',........... ... ..................... IS 634 2 80u w 1 ofsw }...... ..... .. ...... ..... 40 1 92s all.........................................12 694 2 80
j ......................... ......."."". 20 636 2 80l w t of s w 1................. ..... .... 40 1 92s all........................................14 640 2 80
............................ ... ...... ... 22 639 2 80 e ofswl......... ...... ... ....... .. 40 192 all........................................18 641 2 80
2 11 ................... ............... ..... 24 640 2 80 lot 1....... .... .... ......... ........... ... 37 1 92 all.......... ............................... 20 642 2 80
2 ....... ............... ... ............ 26 640 2 SO lot 2........ ....... .. ... .... ......... ..... 54 1 92 :all.......: ............................... 22 640 2 80
1 ; ....... ... .......... .. .............. ....28 641 2 80 lot 3........ ... .... .. ....... .. ....... .. ....3 45 1 92 aiL. ....................................... 24 705 2 80
2 u ................ ... ...... ............... 30 636 2 80 lot 1........... ............... ......... ... 34 2 66 all......................................... 26 640 2 80
2 .......... ...... ... ..... ...............32 638 2 80 lot 2........ ... ...................... ..... 38 1 92 all................................. ....... 28 638 2 80
2 .................. .... .............. .. .. 34 640 2 80u lot 3........ .. ... .. ... ...... ......... ... 50 266nwiofnel all......................................... :3. 0 640 2 80
1 ....... ................ .. ... ............ 36 640 2 80 ...... ........... ......... 40 192sw all......................................... a2 640 2 80
2 Township 33 s range 37 e. t of neg..... .. ....... ........ ... 40 1 92 640 2 SO

1 all .................. ...................... 2 640 2 SO neiofnw }...... ....... ...... .. ..... 40 192 : 730 2 80
1. ., ....... .................. ...4 641 2 SO set of n'V.... .. ........... ....... .. 40 1 )2) all..j.
................... .......... ........... 6 639 2 80 lot 1........ ... .... .. ......... ............ 36 1 92 Florida Southern R. 635 2 80
1 ................ ..... .. ........ ......... 8 640 22 80u lot 1........ ......... ... ...... ....... .. ... 10 79 3 39 R. Co.. Charlotte :j fill 2 80
................. .. ..... ... ........... 10 640 2 SOC lot 2............... ..... ...... ......... ... 10 4 86 Harbor Division ill.... ...... ........ ....................... 6 647 2 80
1. ( ................... ............... ...... 12 639!> 280 lot 3........ ... .... .. .................. ....] 0 SO'I 486 .11......................................... 8 640 2 SO
.......... .......... ....................14 640 2 80 lot 4...... ......... .. ... ...... ....... .. ... 10 I 3 39 all... ......... .............................10 640 2 80
1' ,( ................... ..................... 18 642 2 SO lot 1................ .... .............. .... 11 19) 19 all......................................... 12 640, 2 80
3 ....... ......... ........ ...... ......... 20 640 2 SO lot 2.... .. .... ........ .... ... ... ...... ...11 26)11 1 63 ill.all.......................................... 14 640 2 80
"< .. ....................... ... ............ 22 643 2 SO lot 3...... .... ... .... .... ............ .... 11 37 1 92 .......... ..... .......................... 18 640 2 80
3 '" .... .............. .. ........ ........... 24 643 2 SOIt lot 1.............. .... .. .. ........ ........ 1-1 :JS 1 92 ill.ill............................. ............ 20 640 2 80
3 ....... ... ...... ....... .. ... ............ 26 637 2 80 lot ...... ............ .... .. ....... .. ... 42 3 39 1.........................................2 2 639 2 80
"' ....... ......... ... ..................... 28 640 2 80 lot 1......... ..... ..... .... .......... .... 15 18 1 19 all....... ................................. 2j: 639 2 80
3' ................ ... .... ......... ........ 30 640 2 80 lot 3......... ....... .... ...... ............15 44 3 39) ill........................................ 26 640 2 80
3 ................ ... ..................... 32 640 2 80 lot 2.............. ......... .... .. ... ..... 21 23 1 92 all....... ................................. 28 640 2 80
3 .............. ........... ............... 34 638 2 SO Russell, Susan P. n lot 3 and n of s w t....... ....21 87 3 68 :all... ................ ..................... 30 640 2 SO
.. .. ... .. .. \ ill............ .................... 640 2 80
3 ..... .. ......... ........ ................ 36. 639 2 80 Unknown tot 1......... ... .... .. .... .. 2:; 17 1 92 ........ 32 ,
3 33 38 e. Russell, Susan P. lot 1 6 and net of 8 w t and all........ ................................. 34 640 2 80
1 c Florida Southern R. all Township......... ........s..range........ ......... ... 6 646 2 80i fractional s c 1... ...... ...... .. ...28 228 15 35 all................ ....................... 36 640 2 80
R. Co. ................... .... .... ............. 8 638 2 80 Jones, I. S. and wife 110t 1 and all lots 2 31 and n Township 36 s range 38 e.
i Harbor Charlotte ................ .................. ...... 18 640 2 80 e 1 of set...... .. ...... .. ........ 33. 16f1 15 35 all. .......................... .. ........... 2 640 2 80
1 f Division I' ......................... ............... 20 639 280 Unknown lot 1...... ..:........... .... .. .;..... .... 9 1 92 illill......................................... 4 6361 2 80
.................... ........... ......... 2S G41 2 80 Florida Southern R. TownshIp 35 s range 3) e.... ... 341 I .. .. ..................................... 6 635 2 80
3 1 .......... .... ...... ......... .......... 30 G40 2 80S R. Companv. all... .. ........ ... .. ........ ......... ... 21 6Gl 2 SO all.......................... ............ 8 640 2 80
.......... illall......................................... 640 2 80
.............................. .......... 32 639 2 80 all... ........ .......... .. .... ... 4\\ 672 2 SO 10
and w of s w }.......... 34 160 104 all................ ....... .. ..... ....... ... 680 2 80 .............. ....... ................... 1') 640i 2 80
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2 w Township 33 s 39 c. all.................... ....... .. ... ......... 61 640 2 SO all.......................... ...............14 638: !; 2 80
range ........ ...... aIL................ ........................ 638 2 80
2 Unknown n eof n e i....... .. ......... ......... 12 40 1 92 all......... ... .......... ... 10, 642 2 SO 18 ,
1 c n 'v i of n c 1....... .................. 12 40 1 92 all.......... ........ ............. ... .. ... 121 641 2 RO ill.............................. ............20 612all. ;; 80*
2 sw i ofne 1............. ............. 12 40 192 all........ ...... ........ ........ ......... 1 6-10 2 80all. ................... ......................2a 640 2 80
2 gel of n e 1................ .. ........ .12 40 192 ............... ......... ................ 18, 649 2 80 all......................................... 24: 641, 2 80
2 n e 1 of s w 1........ .................. 12 40 192 all............. ......... ... ... ...... ...... 2/I: 638 2 80all. all...... ........... ............. ...........26\ G40280:
2 n w i of 8 W 1........ ... ............. 12 40 1 92 640 2 80 ill.....28 041!! 2 80
1 c g wof swl......................... 12 40 1 92 all............... ................. ........ 24 641 2 SO no } nejofse J..... :30 200.. 82
,2 n e of se l.................... .. ..... 12 40 192 all.. ...... ............... ................. 261 640 2 80 Township 36 s range 40 e.
2 nwlofsel........ ............... ... 12 40 1 92 all..................................... ... 641 2 80 Unknown lot fifij! 9 27
2 swlofsel ........ ................ ...12 40 192 all.............. ............ ...............aol 647 2 80 Williams, F. B. w i 3..i 160; I 63
2 3elofsel... ..... ...................12 40 192 alL. ....................... ...... ...... 6-10 2 80 Unknown n A 36; 339
2 get of 8 e i........................... 13 40 1 92 all.... ....................... ............ 34'' 639 2 80 William, F. B. wise I and wx 4.....1.2 400-; G 33
1. Township 33 s range 40 e. all.............................. ........... :3G 641 2 80 I all..... 1 672 9 27

lot !........................ .. ............ 6 51 192G Township 35 s range 3j( e. I Florida Land & Mortgage ..
.... ........ ............... 3 39 all.-.. 639 3.*
fiO 1922'f all......... .. .. ::21 958 Co., LimitedUnknown 14 a
lot 2...................................... ,
... ............. 3 3.) J of .................. ........ 40 I 92
lot 3..................... ................ 6 57 192 all............. ........ 4 966 $ e a e 1. .16
924 3 39 all..... ......... ......... ..... ......... 639 5 15
7 40 1 92 Florida Land & Mortgage ::2J
7
lot 7........ .............................
44 192 all..6 HO 2 SO Cu. Limited. ill......................... ................'r4 648 o 15
lot 8............................ .......... 7 ,
2 lot 6...................................... 8 30 1 92 r..to 2 S80 all..2 646 5 15
lot 4...................................... If 40 1 92 all......... ..... ... .......... ... .......12. 640 2 I all...... ...................................26 640 55
1 lot G......................................16 2G 1 19 all...................... ................. Isi 640 2 SO I all........................ ...............I..j; 640 515-
1. Wilbur Mary M. lot 8 .......... .......................... 16 30 1 92 net of n e Is neinwand I I Township 36 s range 41 e.
1 Hainlin, 'y A. n j lots 1 and 2..............._......18 40 3 39 s 1.............. .................... 20'' 600 300 I Hamilton, X. B. part of frac'l 1 s w 1 des deed book
...................... 640 2 80 G. 238..............._........ 3 1 19-
1 Unknown lot 2...................................... 21 43 2 66 all..... .......... .22 I page 7
lot 3.... .................................. 21 :12 192 all....................... ................. 24 640 2 SOall. Chaffee E. C. part of fractional s w 1 des deed I
1 lot 4...................................... 21 39 1 92 ........ .................................... 26 640 2 80 book G. P 447.......................7 5 9 27
19 lot 6...................................... 21 32 1 92 all........................ ................. 28 640 2 SOtall. Unknown lot 1....................................... 18 49 7 80
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1 lot 1....... ............ .................22 15 1 19 ................................. ........ 3& 684 2 80 Williams, F. B. n w \..............................-...... .19 1601 3 39
1, lot 2....................... .. ............ 27 3S 1 92 ..........................................32 640 2 80 n e } of s e Jsw ........... ................ 3. 40 1 92
L lot 2...................................... 28 43 1 92 la'l............... .........................34 640 2 80 I Florida Land & Alor I.--.... 19 lOOt 1 3 30."
1= I gate Co., Limited. e \ of > e J w $ of s e 1 and w 30 1 440 .1 (


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y 't TINfcSHEETIRONWORKERS.BIW CLEARANCESALE MERCHANT.X GEij. !. E'f., :,


STORE. F' : ri l
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a If 1" HOOFING.GALTAXIZED .

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;r,.f SALE, WINTERDRESS -,'F- Green Turtle and Gaie. : Ii;:-S ::. _":-'t-SE.


: $ 50 ACRES OF LAND \ EDEK.CUA2TZB .1:: 'C oy::: !"'1-----= ;::--: ;:: 1.::. -c:=: 1.- !ttm -H-if1: ake i'' f
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,J'! OF A MILE BEAUTIFUL : 11..! W.nh I ade OE. ..c:::. :: .:.1.

U : f..... RIVER F_'<0*:.L5pr GROCERIESJDRY PIONEER COOPERAGESyrup f! _.. W".. .Z-w.._; ..4'.:.. .. &i.- .. -.-_......1.f :.:

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Barrels $2.25.
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T .A.t Cc s-t. Gssze-I torder, tea c;:sti stro. v.COUNTY. BrRCtiC.LI'.
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GOODS Wheel wrighting> and Repairing. -

} EJltrs 44 SURVEYOR.j .
C. O. B.
JOSEPH HURST. St. Lode. Fla. A.L +} A L"E LL E ')FSE3:0ES ( ?:-; t :nail -jr:11 rseejTe *? rr.apt
Soaey barrel: sad Oval vra: 'r lies fir: .
V > calls
NaTIONS ::1 :!:: c :o per-3C-
from :2.("J 'jp.
_o DOLLARS'STILL : 3 A' C.'e rGscrriasa.. F-.
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cc"tj.. ..O:eniiT... th ri M C.JIE .T
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s... .. r .. ..'_i a. :1:_- -.Joj.:.; Oak Lawn House (.: ...a:: .s.:=.
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to r.Tt-'. l \J'.i'-ltir: 0'? nT.ifii}
A k'.x ... V : ;:O: ;qUV I Hake Reductions on 4any W W : *

Xl.a '.. .. C)! .'J Like Worth. Bad County Fla
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r-k.u k*1Y;:3! 'Ly3.f r ::0t .n t;' Other Lines S.._.T K.- --;-- azl Nr.....V:.Fy.jibrc.NEAR :... .
-A. B. CAMPBELLille.
()H'I eratis Tria; Machine O_ 1 P.:..,= m:1 ::Cl: .

r 1: t... Md: lpld.a.. :. An ttyy I eaa Sure Yo sl Hocsj oa Jatk ) Fla.

,\.-; PAl! F:: =;-: .; THE: INLET ,
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?cb. *e- CLOTHING -

HAVING BOUGHT THE INDIAN I T::: Sri: 3.,1 ra: T.r :a.. :
;' Best View of Lake and Ocean. .
::.1::(!: f1-i-(::
BIVEK BAKERY
MY STOCK ()FN'EV'V'
A.n'1 l-:-: Kcntf j r :sni Fi-= n= cr::a=.:.- PIArJOSOR.GrArJS
t. tick ail at p ".3: IIcETfrJ Day (;t"nt '* Furnl hini: Goo
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FRESH BREAD CAKES, PIES, >(t Fine Lawn shaded by monster Oaks
I SPRINGMILLINERY and Tropical Growth. both

ET('. \L ') Wild and Cultivated. .
CROCKERY GLASSWARE\ P.Sy:: t.z--s x.\'D :: cy arre a U.
'I; Try a'jr.:<*e ar.:i yon "fill: ccse: arain.AIXZK : ytr! 1 L'a't.r&..s::.r-... = _% =:a tou
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Bottlers of Sodawate Ginger E. HZTSZB. Propnetcr.GREEN' icst man. :r v:a.,sn. s tra.a rc aCt
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; HAEDWAE-E ca t iid ?:i a =4.ri. -s.t-i*sJ
AND DRIED FRUITS, $5 A a.cii: : ...aFSZE &3 '.'rU ;..ua..4 ...
Ale and other Drinks. ; loan U.a.l C1'Qn&'-! aC: 0:1:: :left let' _hnlUT9"C
f Foreign and Domestic.Selser te rs ne ctrs a :uses: ;t.t fat
L.DIE.ILT AND C3 .'r-'Lt.cr: a cta.nt :a.: :r rsa as.Xao .
t 1 : t.S-.z.:.. TxrILh. &:)06. fs starL la
: j ALL OROEKRECEIVE PR03IPT RIBBONS : cot.ei::n'. cJ :a'att. .try .. _. i.Ii:.e et*
I Bro tSe a:s.! Comp'y3A'en ;+ttecaane4. I _are ,1A.) sects :t ,
FEATHEPJ?.
ATTENTION Goods. ,. .
Ship Chandlery -?- a: a: 1*cess jr e--ry. i v l.wks l awes1La
r :c a: ::i; crtsrer.+ y, i.tA3L': b :rt ilax+
8. A. BELCHER & COMPANY, Have Conceacei to Arrive. The-e s f .rB _a,-'?. H 4T: A Co"? Hazimo.'k gal ad lu s.Ttc: ; C.nc a: 5e crass L12s
c tt lay Fcere c!I tft :': &t tcf
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TITUSVILLE, FLA. SPRING DRESS GOODS A. B..9 CanpbelL Jck Tirw;: Fa.Mentsc .

V) Tbe-2 will be the main featurecf my i I COMMISSION MERCHANDISE : l.5a..r : %- :Tr.welfare .

.but orderst n: e forany-
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: FOR SALE, t A 3I. : B utifal l Lice of all EraL.VDID -i thinz kept in any store in Titu \i i :5"A nraa who b interested in lu? .>*ra
will n1I '1. iI I will be pleaded to knew bets
boidrred viile be promptly iI

; THE GINGRAS GROVEl ? ROBES, I!Special Attention Giiea Florida>" Fruits.! ANDREW GIBSON

i 2: N. th eia' are Ave., and 29 Water 5:. Keepthe ihift ovster to be found xa
4 I And all overVALENCIEYa: i I F
ii Fruits CMckeas
Will bny Eggs T1tu ,I1le.
AT ROCK LEDGE. }"L.\., i Philadelphia. Pa. ;

E LACES. ; I i JLND SERVED IX STYLE TO 5CIT PATSUXS.ltniyt .
Con i4ing; of t;*} Acres of Land; 44 In While and Batk.Ladi Or any Country Produce cay customer II I P.eferencSeventh Nat Bask: Produce
Fidler. ErC+Jd #"n kad.
Xat'i. Bank )lercmtiIe.ze:1ci *
friend bring
cultivation or may : -
Fence and in
L'nder
a' s Acre : : to Clarke:. I or any Produce Hoa.;; in Phi13deph] '3.I j Al.o.v a L'r't-eLt. Earlier shop aitacfied.
in Oranre and Larson Trees, i Silk 3Iiu-, Glove*.. Ec. ;

22 acreto Bearing: all in Corel.from 00 1
A large line of cent !I
Fir-t-cla-* Condition.For to $.').(1) each. Traveling North or South take the
y
I ask for a share of the public patronage i I

particular apply to or inquire of I and come 05 a supplicant, not a a

I dic tator, asking for your favor JMallory: S. S. Line
.aed and Unlaun-
L. ..A. Ginzras E"-f'!-rl., Gentlemen'Laan i If courteous treatmentgood: 7i
III dried Shirt. i good and low figures: is I
Or to G. J. GINGRAS, on the Premise-. rthe candidate for l
The mo-: Varied Line of G ntIf'men'51 favor, r! 'Via Fernandina.: betwc : .
\ atRork public !
:, Straw Ilat-, bought cheap and Marked then I'm rNe'i

e, Ledge, Florida. :,trna I Ii Low D"Ot'n. i I elected.Airent York and Florida, Boston, Philadelphia and the East,

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# NOTICE OF INCORPORATION. I I for Chattanooa; Plow Co.,

L } Notice i;. htnr'f; given that the under- My. Chilled Plows and SugarCane Sailing
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+ ,. !signed persons have formal a coaapanv fur : Xills.
I FROM NEW YORK CITY. FR031 FERXAXDIXA.
maintafnin ,
r then w .. I STOCK OF GROCERIES FIFE :1. E. E. LVEBT FE1DAY CENTRE: aTHEET \t'1U1.F.I'UT TBtB.'r.1t': .
and operating a railroad or traia-road,
from Lake Poin-tlt. to Ilockledce and Cocoa I The Iron Steam-hips STATE OF TEXAS, CITY OF SAX ANTONIO and
with the privilege of extending to City I Wanever more complete.I I RIO GRANDE .
s- Point about parallel with the Indian River I I
is;. through, the town of U'jckledge, Cocoa t pride myself on the Superior Bitter 1 Are large, eleant, deep-draft and comfortable, Bailing aheraatelv. Table

tie and City Pointy Fla. The name of aid I Coffee, Tea*, Cracker, Etc., I am en-II II the best on the Cuas

railroad,or tram>road, company L*"Indian abled to offer the trade. I SCHEDULE.
? River and Lake Poin.ett Railvay Com ,
t,: pany.** The railroad i* t<) run from Lake I I keep in Stock Plant*:* Flour-none ; i NoETH-Borxi, from Fernandina connecting with 0:40 p. 1:1. train {NIB Jackson
t. Poin-ett to Kockled and Cocoa, with better. ; I, vile

privilege extension City Point through I CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder................ tars 7th
Ilockledge, Cocoa and City Point, about : Grits and Meal arriving every week, : STATE OF TEX\. Captain Williams................? 14th
., parallel with the river, 7 to, Florida.11 mile inenzth I inuring it Fresh and >weet. CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain 'ti'lt1er............... '* a_1*i.u .
all in Erevan County
The,company'*capital stock consists of I Large Stock of Hay and Grain at all 1n k! I STATE OF TEXAS. Captain Williams................... N 2Sth
p of one hundred shares of one hundred dol. limes.3Iost. I CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder. ** M Ayrl. 4thyKnir

lars each-$10,000) -with privilege of increasing I all Freulit\ Tia MUlory St-a-nship Line from Pier Na fl E. R-.X..York.
such stock to.::>0 share of $100 close living prices made on all -Special. : .L eu are located ai all pnacipa points through Florid*, 11 here ticbts eau b*eec rfJ U..
It ,
in all. The under-igned its information obuint _
each, compose
goods in this line. *5" tate-roocs and brth neared in advance from J.ckecntf'e.n3 FreauJiua cf c*.
of Directors
first Board : I &-Tn.inl from F E.4 N.E'y. run directly to ship's aide at Fenncdirx.
C. E. MAGRCDEK, .5,Any farther information can be H. S. WILLIAMS, t t J. M. CFTLEB. Passenger AS"!'i>t, -leer Ea and Hcgxn street*,Jactscnnlle.Fla. .
1J, LEtvtPoa-E I tt t G. H HTBBY A ent,Ferraudina. Fla. 1 1I
G EO. B. RUMPH H. H.BAYMOVD. General TraTelinf Age 5.
R. P. PADDI&OX, ,

.This March 5, A. D. 1SS9 E. P. POECHER.413mo. TITUSYILLE, FLA. Is. ::8:s :R.a V. I C B. MALLORY S CO.. General Acts, Pier 20 E. R. M YORK CITht j ji ii i


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i'c. OLIVER F. T. BUDGE.OLIV"ER make !?5.0O per Uany dealer nays b.baa the W.L.DOD&1a!
AGENTS profit selling our shoes without name and price tampe ef tit
;\ We beat the the bottom put him down as a fraud.
for low price AILED
&.. BLTDGE PLUSH PIiOTOfHtU-.IA"nun. i
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8Ji x lO3o j, Embodied padded Bides, gOld edges,extension }T
clasp, holding 32 pages of Cabinet and Card
Dealers pictures, sent for *LOO,retails for =255;bound aluo Tt1
in in Japaneese Morocco. Illustrated FREE
of,the above anal
-STVLE.S ( .
Fnrwlieo*J.e> II'--U MS

GEORGIA PINE LUMBER -Cincinnati.-
li double their money
N ENTS, wlhnsr oar BRASS
Finished Corrugated

SHINGLES AND LATHS.GEJXrER..AL EEFLECIiKS SAFETY LAMP.
t Can NMM in every family. Gives
more !hxlit: than time ordinary' lamps.
}ull silt Linn heat !.>' Express for
..thirtr. '-'nh. \Ve aho have the bent :::
ii.A.R.D AR.E ";.li.:,:.ii" *O tr K Pot in the U. S.
'fii'' v ) for iu<3trafn.i circulars toffcnSKS& : i }
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Sash, Doors and Blinds ; Stoves, Tinware and Crockery. 'S--'\ ."..''": t\ I '1' .,. ,.

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PAJNfTS:: AID OILS, (' "e. .. SCOTw tc; it-.+.'. L. DOUGLAS I!:.

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Water ... \.[ $3 SHOE FOR
Refrigerators Coolers f.
Ice t" "
Cream Freezers :; '.1 j tt-{ :" GENTLEMEN.Best .
.t t t::9 in the -world. Examine his
85.00 GENUINE IIASI- EWED MIOE.
Screen Wire Screen Windows S4.00> HAND-SEWKD WELT !SIIOK.
Screen-Wire Doors. OF PURE COD LIVES C5L 3.50 82.50 EXTRA POLICE VALUE AND FARMEKV CALF .UOt MiOE.:.

8 .25 'VORKI Gl\J\S'S SHO .
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-AND H t'OP OS.. :\,.-.-' ."-.. S2.0O and 81.75 BOV M'HOOL SHOES
POWDER AT NEW YORK PRICES. AU made In Congress Button and Lace.

Almost as Palatable as italic::;: .. W. L. DOUGLAS

TITTJSVILHLE So dlagnli that it can bo t. ::ern, FORLADIES.
FLORIDA. digested, and assimilated by the must 53 SHOE .
---- sensitive stomach, when the plain oil
-I ---- Best Material. Best Style. Beet F1tUD .
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TROPICAL AND cannot be tolerated; and by the combination [t not sold by: your dealer, write
MALABAU CIGAR PACTOIIY. SUB-TROPICAL FRUITS AND FLOWERS. of the oil with the hypophoj W. L. DOUGLAS. InOCItTOS.1..1S3
phitei much more efficacious.
Egyptian Queen Pine Slips. FOR ;Al4ElsY
Remarkable as a flesh producer
II. C. Stnrck, -"olu'ietur.

INDIAN RIVER NURSERIES. Persons gain rapidly while taking It. C. J. HECTOR

Manufacturer of fine Havana and Domestic Bone Meal, Tobacco Stems, Cotton-seed Meal, Cow Peas & Fertilizers. SCOTT'S EMULSION is acknowledged ,

Cigars. Trade supplied with fine CATALOGUE MAILED Physicians to be the Finest, and Best preparation Melbourne, J'(:,.
hand made goods Orders promptly filled. FREE. TERMS CASH. in the world for the relief and cure of

Factory at Malabar, Fla. 28 JOHN 15. JJEAClf, Indian River Nurseries, East JIchourulFla.: CONSUMPTION, SCROFULA :--__: n''(,. -;: -.: rtt: _-.

----------------- GENERAL DEBILITY WASTING
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A. FBOSCHER, --- DISEASES, EMACIATION,

C1yd Si; "c\'rxlShip Cc> COLDS and CHRONIC COUGHS. I CUREFitTS'
Titasville, Florida, v The great remedy for Consumptian, and

Keeps full.supply of metallic and wooden New York, Charleston & Florida Lines pasting--- in Children.- -- Sold by all Druggists.


Coffins Cases and Caskets. The Magnificent Steamships of this Line areapI Jointed to sail as follows : y-v 'iii >$bold d.>fur Solid 1OO.Gold until Watch/lately] i
F Best$M watch ID tbe world.|
(Standard Time.) ti Fcrfttt timekeeper. War-j_ '
/ tamed. Heavy 9uttU OolJ
Funerals attended if desired. All or- I /'I I- Hunting Ca es. Buth ladies'
ders executed and at reasonable and gent..ize.with works
promptly and cues of equal value.

rates. Embalming done.mSPAPER ; For Jacksonville. From Jacksonville to New York. /j. c OuePersonineachlo.ba ltiy can secure one free-, When I say Crr.c I do nr5 re can merely to

CHEROKEE(tia. Charleston), Fri., Mar 1,3 p. 111. I SFMINOLK, t.r.ther with oar large and valuiule stop them for a time,ami then have them return -
'I Sundav. March 3, at G _
a. m. line of household .
I
MEAN UAtJlcAL CL'Kr-;
IROQUOIS (*ia. Charle tou), again.
Fri Mar 8, 3
.E1T U 11J N'S SEMINOLK p. in. I CHEROKEE. Thursday, March 7, at 9 a. in Sttnples.> These samples, as I have made the disease of
1 (direct), 'fth'S.hr.. 12. 3 1'. in. IKOQUOIS Thursday, March 14, at 2 writ as the watch, we seal
I p. In
ClIEKOKEh (ud. Charles>tonFri: ., Mar 15,a p. m SEMINOLE, Similar. Mnrch at Free,and after you have kept
17. 5
IROQUON direct I a 1lI \ them in veer Mm for 3 months and shown them to those FITS EPILEPSY orFALLING
,
I ( ) - Tues, liar 19, 3 p. in. CHEROKEE Thursday
SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY March .1. at 7 a. m who may bars-niled,they become your own propertr Those
| SEMINOLE Charleston. )', Fri., \Ia& 2:!, {p. m.CHEKOLhK IltOQI'OIS. Sunday, March! .!. at 10 a. m. who write at once ran be sure of receiving the Watch SICKNESS
I (direct). rue*., Mar. :6,3 p. inIROQUOlb SEM1XOLE. Thursday, March 1'S at and Samplevepay all express, freighttc. Address ,
p. m.
TilE PIONEER _"( I XCY. 4 (via.. Charleston), 1'riI.lr.. 2t,3 p. m. CHEKOKLE: Sunday March 31, at 5- a. :u. StinauuVto Co., Box 813,1'ortland.Maine. A lifelong study. I -WARRANT niy remedy to
I i 1KOQUOIS, ThurM.iy, April 4, at 7 a m. 893 CURE the worst cases. Because others have
address failed is no reason fur not now receiving cure.
For and sample copies : .
terms ,i For Fernandina.i i From Fernandina to New York. : sewing.uaehlneFRHH Send at once for a treatise and a FREE BOTtLE
: of my INFALLIBLE KEUEDV. Give Expressand )
ClIAS.II. K.UIAX, TEMASSEEOin. CharlestonTues., Mar 5, 3 p. m i! DEL\WARE, Sunday, March :\ at 6 p. m and goods where the people can see Post Office. It costs you nothing for a
| IEIu1I1AltEvia Charlestou)1'uea) ., Mar. l'?, 3 p. m 'lYEMXS'EF. Sunday. arch 10. at 7 p. inin.. person them we in will each send locality free.the to one trial, and it will cure you. Address
Haulover P. 0., Erevan county, Fla. I YEMASSrKiaCharlehton: ) Tues., Mar 10,3 p. m. '' DEL\W\KF:, Bandar, March 17, at 4 1'. best sewing-machine made very in H.C.ROOT,M.C., 183 PEAK ST..NEW Ycsx
: DLUVWAKEiaCharlestonTuet) ?., Mar 2-5, 3 p. m V1IM\SSEE.: bnutlaj. Match 24, at 7 p. m the worldwith all the attachments.
I DELAWARE, Miuda'yIarch; 31, at 4 p in n. line We will of our also costly send free and valuable a complete art -- ._ -- --
iI.J. Hatch .fSOlI +; samples. In return we ask that you
show what we send to those who
i For Information Regarding; Freight and Pa :,age, apply toJ. may'call at your home and after 3

k D :.\L:ins: IN 1 A. LESLIE Agent, Jacl.Koii\ilIe; 1'. G. Lit K, Traffic laJagt-r, :n LMoadwnj', New York; 55 S months property.all This shall grand become machine your own u PIANOSYOUR
J. A STEAl Agent reruandnia. made after the Singer patents,
JOHN I.. HOWARD, T. F. ., Jack i-n\ille. -:;; L which have run out:before patentsrun
V + F.: M IRONMONGER, T T. A., J..d..omillc. -
out it sold for S93,with the
DRY GOODS NOTIONS i "\V3I. 1". CI/VDK & CO., (.. lit''alt'uts, a5 ISio.ulway, New Tack.I -w 'is'tachments, and now sells for .-- --- =
Dr aa0.Beststrongest use-
f FRE E' "machine in the world. All ieres.
---- ------- ._ 01 No capital required. Plain,
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--------- -------- brief inat..rtICtioDItinn. 1 hose who write to us at once can secure .
free the best sewing-machine m the world.and the
Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery finest imeofworksof hieh art ever shown together America.. 1rt
'JL'Jt UE fc CO.. Box 71O,Augusta Maine.

Stationery Garden, Family SetJs Medicines STARTLING REDUCTIONS !
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CHOICE GROCERIES, mJ[ [P2P1P1 '


Hay Corn Mapes Fertilizers. ;
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(Prickly Ash, Poke Root,and Potassium.) I ,

CITY 101X1, FLORIDA.C. CURES


II. SCOTT, The Greatest, Grandest and Most Wonderful SYPHILISPrimary 71 t


KASTEKNHAIKDRESSING ,Secondary,and Tertiary Syphilis,Syphilitic
Eruptions Scrofula and Scrofulous Erup
SALOON.If tions, Ulcers and Old Sores. Rheumatism and
all diseases of the blood ; all those that have !
resisted other treatment yield steadily and eurely 'r-
you want a clean and easy shave, SALE OF CLOTHINGKnown to the wonderful power of P.P. P., the great ..
As clean as barber evergave, Blood Puri1 er. 1"to'

Just call on me at my saloon,

At morning, eve, or afternoon.I'll SCROFULAIs

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

To you I'll give a good shampoo, : to civilized nianjs now in progress. I must dispose of my the Legs greatest,or Feet blood, for the medicine cure of on which earth.use All P. P.these P., IS NOT FURNISHED
The art of which is known few.
to
diseases yield readily to the power of P. P. P.,
entire stockREGARDLESS giving new life and new strength.
My scissor's sharp, my razor's keen, WITHOUT ONE.

:My shop is a ways neat and clean, ,
And everything I'm sure you'll find, BLOOD POISON SAVANNAH,Ga., Nor. 1, IS88.

To suit the and please the mind. Forty Thousand outbern Homes made
taste OF COST Cured in its worst form ; sometimes In cases with nappy with fine Instruments niuce 1B7O.
And Erysipelas,where the patient was in Eternal Pain and still! the good work goes on.3OOO .
now to all who patronize intend
,
and by the physicianlu tome, cases
given up Pianos and Organs Hold last year.5OOO .
Just come along and bring your friends, Scrofulous Ulcers broke out till the party was a our mark for this year.Lower Price;
And I assure you I will try mass of corruption; a bottle of P. P. P. was Better Instruments! Easier Terms and
My very beSt to satisfy. mars procured,and the disease yielded quickly.RHEUMATISM. greater Inducements. will gain us this increased -
And invite all to secure an sale.Thousands
of Homes yet nnsuyplied with
Instruments' that might to-day be enjoying
Increase
Capital Stock.At them through our easy system selling.
And In all Affections of the Blood,P.P.P.stands
a meeting of the stockholders of the alone and unrivaled, and some of its cured are CASH to pay down not needed. We bare
A PLAN by which WITHOUT RISK,
Indian River Orange GrowersAssociation really wonderful.If anyone
held at their place of business at City, you suffer from anything like Syphilis,Scrofula can Price obtain, making an Instrument either lUO of any TIII.Styleor Y,
Overcoat Suit Blood Poison, Ulcers, Old Sorts, Rheumatism -
Point, Fla. January 15th, A. D. 1889, a or or any disease cf the blood, l/c sure and until QUARTERLY paid for, meanwhile YEARLY enjoying PAYMENTS use of
P. P. P. trial.P. .
majority of the stock of said Ass'n being give a Instrument.
P. P. (Prickly Ash, Poke Root, and Potassium :.
represented at said meeting, and by a )is no secret patent medicine like the manyon extortionate prices. No Risk. No Forfeiture
yote of a majority of the stock present, the market. Its formula is on every bottle, of all cash paid Installments cannot -
did thus giving a guarantee of its purity and whole be promptly paid. Contract perfectly 1
increase the Capital S tock of said Bomenesa that no other blood purifier does ghe. FAIR ana iKlTlTABLE, protecting pur. .
Ass'n, seventy-five shares more than was For one-half its original cost. These are real and chasers from aJllU11i\:,Ition or loss.
Lippman Bros. Wl'olf'.it brneuists. .ole manu-
provided for its articles of Write..and we will point the :
m incorpora- I facturers and prf'p"et: rs, Liipni.ni bJ.I.t. Savannah out way tu
no pretended bargains as am
tion.-Thus making the Capital Stork Ga. get a fine Instrument Easily and at a Low

of said Corporation one hundred sharesof determined to Price; Wonderful bargains for Fall 1888.

one hundred dollars each. And at a fl Better than any before offered. Prices
meeting of the Directors of
the Indian Largely Reduced. Notice these SPECIAL
River Orange Growers Association, heldat
OFFERS
the same place, on the same day and GIVE YOU THE BENEFIT IUpright

date, in pursuance of the action ,of the I Piano Only $200

Stockholders. aforesaid and by a resolu- 2) 1% Octaves Overstrung Scale-Three t
!Ion passed by a vote taken thereon, A Strings-Rosewood-Fully Guaranteed '
increase the -Sweet Tone. Catalogue Price,960U.
Stock of said .Ass'nor
Capital Of this Great Sale. DO YOU REALIZE THE FACT that You Can PYSAF'JGE = I
Corporation, as above mentioned, tot A fc> Uh. CI.R.' soft S} Parlor Organ only* $65 ;

the full amount of one hundred shares Get Bargains of me that will save you cents, dimes CrilLi-S &. F V R,r : Four Sets Reeds-11 Stops-Couplers-
w one hundred dollars each. And by a i [lusts AGUES ,} i IIan
resolution then and there adopted, the and dollars on every purchase ? LA !

bt bscriPtion-llooks of the stock of the I and all Freight Paid. !

said Corporation, was ordered to be, and Other Special Offers just as good. Largest&!xi a'
remain open for subscriptions to the I South to choose from. TES GRAND JI..KERS.I .
new and increased stock of said CorporatIon WONDER, BUT DON'T WAIT I 300 Different Stylet. Can lull aU buyers. Wnie
for catalogues,circular,and Free Copy of our new
at the office of said
Company, until paper "Sharp'and Flats,"giving full and valuable
the first Wednesday in the month of information.
December 1889.

Certificates of said increased stock, As this Sale can't be kept up longer than the Goods last, and they are [IPPMAI PY !ifl GE REMEMBEROUR LOW PRICES.

have been placed on file in the office of theway of Real Al OUR EASY TERMS.
the going Bargains atBIRNBAIII3S : ai.T.JD Tin; lIJ ONE PRICE,ONLY.
Secretary of State
of the State off
Florida, March 2, 1889,, and in the office Wonderful Chili!! zr! F;;;/ar Kxisl. '1 1It +,i BEST HANDSOME INSTRUMENTS.OUT FITS. ..

o the Clerk cures the chills a' c' f..vr.. t"'i'nj fl h. fyrtt'lgiveeanappetitehilt
of the Circuit l
Court of .
.. tidtiLuttitutht ALL FREIGHT PAID.
_,ueuCerer. :rs
IJrerard County, State of Florida, Feb. 15 DAYS' TRIAL.
27, 1889. J. Titusvi llo1 MONEY SAVED ALL.
Lippman Iroth; Wholesale Druggists,
.A. L. HATCH. sole manufacturers and proprietors Lipp- LUDDEN&BATESSOUTHERI

Sect9 of I. R. Orange Growers Ass'n. mann block, Savannah, Ga. MUSIC HOUSE. SAVANNAH. GA.n .


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., l'oi t .. THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, MAY 2, 18S9.OWXEB. .
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W'';;,. r t; t r I |[I 1 Costa: :i ift .I E I? HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE FOLLOWING The Elegant

Township 36 S, Pane 41 E. '--- i NOTICE Lands will be Sold at Public Auction on the (6th]) '

.,, I. Florida Land & 3IortJall: ..............._...._.........._.....!.31j 641;;' 5 Ia.: Sixth Day of May, A. D. (1SS9) Eighteen>n Hundred and Eighty.IDe. RESIDENCE I AND GROVE
j',F gage Co., Limited !swjofnwise ( ofswj and}! i i iI I at the Court House, at Titusville, in the County of Brevard, in the 1 1I

I tr 1.2 of s w i..............._.....:32, 160 IS cafe of Florida, or so much thereof as will be necessary to pay the I OF L. E. B.IR\ES,
.. .. : i'WilliamF.! ] : SO 33 amounts due for town taxes herein set opposite to the same, together I Ii : ROCK LEDGE FLA.
L I! Township 37 s range 35 e. I I I i with the cost of sale and advertising. ; c:1.;> I ,
J'' Florida Southern RIot I 2 s l-2of n e J n w J and s 1-2: 4: 611} 2 S : "'= I : Containingeven and one-thiri acres

.'.f R. Co mpanv. ;I jail..._................_.................: &' 704;' -* 'call "') v :' of land frontinz on Indian River.j .
; f[ ...........-.......................... S '640all ... a- SO = ::: '
I 1:1 tt t .........................................''IS. 6>7, -') 84) r_ ?x oJ 3x >1 I Large, Roomy Residence, elesoatly]
i.i' 'jail..................-..................... 2V;j jH"J co. -a '-) owsu. DESCRIPTION. : = J-** fins=hey,. Al-o a Three-room COTTAGE
i ) J all fractional......................24'. 610 -) \.,; ) ,:< =;.-.. : and outbuildin*. One of the root desirable -
$ > 7'j lot I 1.................. .....................,2?'' 45no ') : =-- j c 1 in Rock} Ledge hammock.
places
., i tot: 1 and :2.................-...-... 30 9.. Emmer on. F. \\-. !youth half of east half of lot 1 i--
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.. ]. Township 37 s range 36 e. !. _... : block A....................... .... *2 23 ; For price termetc.., apply toALI5EKT
;-e,.W ." ,r... la 11............-...........7...............>. -) t"9>4< .-, SJ). .. Warren, George north half of west half of lot 1 I j i A. T'YLOP.. COCO.i. FL \.
.... Ii' jail t .........................................! .t' 646'i' -:) S''oJ i I block A....._....................... I. 6 95 .
tw...,. '.1' :(all........................................., 6 726 -q. S r. I,: Unknown lot 3 block A._....................... ; 13 0-j :
'T,1. ,. .r"! 1.. 1a 11................._......................' 5 640 -:) .:;:<('.J\ Unknown, lot 4 block A.-....._..,........ ..... 113 05 Important to Orange Growers.
1.:... .r'.. (al 1'all..._...-..-.-............-... 10640 :.;), --) .: Unknown, lot 6: block A..................... ..... j 97Emmerson. '"
T.;..;". (; .; t' -.-.- ............................. 12-1 640 .--) BiJ : F.F.. north one-third of west half of I !
'1/{... "'"'1 !7 J jail...............-........................ 14 610 --) SO.t. ; lot 2::! block D........................ f! 3 SO : The un-ier-i-jned:, have -pecial faci. ues
.....1: i .. j net and w 1-'_........................1': 617WO 25'i :\(\..' j: Unknown, ;north nftv feet of lot: 1 :2:! and 3 :, '" and trade for the Sale! of

: t. .: 1ztll......................................... .".'). :,! .SO :, bl,*k E............................. ; 10 10 ; t STRICTLY FANCY FLORIDA
t .......................... ) )' 640 ft. S 23 : FRUIT.
\all] ............. 5V Unknown i ,., jailMl 1..... ................................... 24 40 .-) ;-;:.''J' .'. Unknown. ;lot 123456 and 7 block F.... 23 50 And would receive cocsignment* .)f
: ......................................... -)-3 640 _') 5,''oJ'\ :: Norwood. J. C. part of lot* > and described in : ; -urne.
'n e :t' and w 1. ....................... 30 620'all 2e deed book K. pae:: 100......... ; 6 9d i Inferior Fruit n-: dtsirei: '
(. fractional.......................... 32 071 :? SOfJl' Unknown. eat <>i lot S and 10 described j Stencilrnt- .
part vftik
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jail............................._........ 34' 64'Ull J 2 5 J' in deed book J. pace 'I Prompt return
ReferenceChatham
t; .......... .............................. ,3,3, 640 2 5'i '[) ;i ., 146.................................7.. '' 5 52 out cfaanre Bank New Y'Jrk City. National
,: I Township 37 s range: 37 e. t. Morton & Fo-ter, :in lot 1 block G. de-cribed in ;
Unknown ,n e I of n e \.............. .....: 41'ri .1' 9:2 deed book K. page 230........... j I 3 02 ,, == JOSEPH B. MAXFIELD & CO.,
Florida Southern R.'allII. ................_....................... -) 640 -) -0-<. Unknown. lots 5 and 6 block J................, |I 4'-) 34Unknown. ; v: ;:;-;; Park Place c<,r.i(;reenwic3treet: : ,
'.. x Co.. Charlotte'* 1 lot 1 lot 2 3 and 4 and -1." .. 4, 622' 2 SfJ :. lot 2 and 3 block L................. I 171 I New Yjrk. -17
t.'. Harbor Division ''all........._............................. 6 6t :! 5all..41 < Unknown, lot 5 block L........................... \i! 109 I <:I.;) ---- --- -
.: 2! 51'l. |. :. Unknown ;block 1 lots: 123456759::! and :: i iIfJ.

...........-.....-..................... l' 641 -a y ...... ...,. ........................... S 52Singleton. : >< NEAT AND PROMPT.
; ,all...............-....._................. 12lall 64064f; :.25it. :! : S. A. lot 71 feet on main street by 104 I I j : ,
.................. .................... 1-1. -') ?'nl. .I ; on Lemon street vrez sub di- ;' i r

J\; ;,all.all........ ... ..............................'.11'1. 644 -) ss<.) Unknown, vi-ion of block 4...... ........... 243 !!
: .........-.............................. .-"}' : 640 -) sxl<(-I If I I Unknown. ;lot ."_' block 6........................... 13 05 j YOUR ORDERS
... jail.'all..........-.............................. :) 641 .2 xlil. Unknown lot 1 block .*........................... i 3 26 i SEND
'' ._...................................... 262S ?& -} ilsi-. Moullhorpe R. 'part of lot 3 block 7 described in.I iJ
r. i Ull.Sail......... ........._.................... 64: ) 2 sivt) j i; deed book J. pase 29._......... i :2:! 031 k 1 -F''R-

I ......_................................. *} 641 :! (. Unknown, lot 3 block 11.......................... 2 !
i: all; ..............-................. .... 32. 641 :25: I Unknown, lot 2 block 13......................... I.. 202
...;.... all.lalL.........-... ....... ................. 34 640 :! SO'( Unknown, lot 3 block 13.......................... i j 3 60 j JOB PRINTING
I ................................. 36 640 :). 5(\
i,. Florida Land & Mort-i ...... 'J i i Unknown, lot 3 block 14.......................... 171 ,
.; j+ l"T' =hip *-. s ranges e. I, Unknown. 'lot 9 block 1*.......................... i I 171 !
Limited
!'!II< gage Co., : ,a.......... ............................... 1 or.J- .-... i;J". Unknown. lot 12 block 19........................ 'J 202::! ;
k I" ''all)..................-........ ........... -) irk 51:.' I;I Unknown, lot 10 block] 22....................... i i 2 02 i -SUCH ALETTERHE =-
k 4t .ill........._............................;11 640 5 1:, :,, Unknown, ;lot 11 bl -" 22 )I 2 02Povntz i I
'all.................._.................... 12. 642 1:.J':: & one, .lot 1 :2:! 34 V'I 5 6 7 ? 9 1011 and 1:! I!j !: I, .ID*.
r' ''all......._....._................. ..... 13 641. 2:; 15': ,. block 23; .............................. j j 350 I
p"(. Ashton & Grenade a 11..................._....................''14 U"'ICJ S..(J'" ..: Unknown, lot 6 block :25! ......... ................. 67 I I II COTE-l1E.1DS.
4t,.. ),.e .I of n e \............_.............. _3. 62: 2 ljrJ" I I Norwood. J. C. lot 1 Robbins & Grahams addiI' !

"' }lot 2.............-.............. 0)31, i'2; 'ir )'' : ,1 tion..................... ............... :! 3 SOGray. I i UIEL-IIEiDS.
Williams, F. B ''n e \..................-.................'24 69 3 v.4X\ J. B. ''lot 7 9 11 & 39 41 42 43 and 44 .
i t. 'J : gage Co., Limited n e J of n w \......................... 24Grenside -p J f4Ifr Hector C. J. .lot 1') RobbinGraham's addition I

\\'i x Unknown ;lot. 3Williams ...................................... 25. ; :! 6i3I !! ............................... 1 2SNorwood .
I i" F. B. lot4.1. 9.;). r J. C. lot 17 Robbins & Graham addition i ,

: i., Florida Land & )Iort.: 1..................... .................. 26 32o: 2 S O : ................................. 3 01 FOLDERS
L l' ." 11\\ gaze Co. Limited 'all" ....................................... 3} 6.3s. 0- i:;:, .: Unknown. :lot 13 and 14 Joynerville........ 139 j f,
; 1 :lot 3 and w "i...........................-36lot 400 3 3: :1..t half of lot Jovnerville... 61 : ; IXVITATIOXS.
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,,- ....... .... ..... .................. 36 09 1 9-. :: Unknown .. ;
X. 2
'f' : :; : Unknown :lot 36. ........... ........... .......... 1 24Unknown
" 1.. I Township 37 s range 41 e. i :; 'lot 37..............v.........**.......... 92 !; PROGR1.MMES.
[ Pierce, H. A. part lot 3 des deed bout G. p 245i 22, 6 3-3 Unknown, |;lot 43.: .................................... 3 60Unknown I
' '; }{ichanh. T. E. .Jot* 2 and 3 except land to Pierce. : -lots 49 50 and \_)1...........'*.......... ': 69Unknown. I STREIMERS.
and Marsh........................... 4. 113; 15 3i Jot 5-1..1 .......... : 54Grannie :
I Florida Land & Mort-all;; .................._....................'.i 6, 65' o 15 E. C. 'lot --).........................".......... ;'. 54 1 : DODGERS
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. _. gage Co.. Limited f jail........ ....................... ........ -I. !! 636'o!: II... Unknown. :lot 56.........................".......... 54 f II II I
I r1 t Gren-dde 11". C. 'jn J........................................,' 8 3.0: 4 $rUnknown Unknown.: ;lot B. Rerdell's addition........... ]. 2 07 t. I: BUSINESS C4RDS-

e?, r Shattuck, E. J. part of n e \ des deed book B.I'! Stewart. J. Q. ;i.e....... ...... .....'................. ; 104 I
.. page 504............................. 9, 5 4 3.5 and 11 Rerdell's 1VEDO1XG C1RDS.V1S1TIXG .
Rerdell & Kuhl. !Yot-. 4 5 6 7 S 910 | I !
1' Pierce, H. A. part of Del des deed book G.;; j .I addition............................. < 2 54
page 241...............................t 9 S 4 33 16 17 IS 19 20 I C4HDS.
I i Rerdell & Kuhl.. ,lots 12 13 14 15 I
E't: Richards, Thomas E. I,,part of fractional n e \ and of n1 I Ij and 21........Rerdell's addition 2 23 I
j J e } of n w J........................ 't I i 9f I 76s ,' 30 0J .J- Bradford & GOOfreIot: 23................."..........."..... : 61 ( -TO THEIFLORIDA-

Gren:dde, W. C. w \ of n w 1..1 9It' }:, 1 04 I IIfi I Cone. W. A. lot. 31.................."...........'...... 61
Unknown !s e} of n w \ ................... ......,, 9'; 40, 1 04 ,,, W ';;:. ,lot 36.................."..........."..... 164 STAR
-. :lot. 3......................................;,. 9. SO!. 1 92'I'I Unknown.arren. 'lots 39 and 40......"...........*'..... |i i 77 IP\ j
............................' 9. SO> 19? (
eof 3w | 77
Unknown !lots 42 and 43..... ........... ..... I j ; JOB PRINTING OFFICE
t vf i of 3 wi........................... 9.8t, 1 92 :; j "" 61Unknown. ;J
.
: Unknown !Hot 49................. ....... .J ... j
Richards,Thomas E.Ie,, i........................................ 16'32y'; .5 1.5'I ., ;}lot 53................."...........4'_... j i 61Unknown .
Florida Land& Mortgage .'all..........................................17.; 640 5 15 ;,I I 'lot 56...... ...........h"........... '..... I a34 ; XOTICE.I .
Co., Limited. ,ail..1 635 i, 5 15 :: Unknown. I lots 60 and 61......".......... u..... I 77Unknown. I LAND OFFICE. GAL F.SVILLE.Jlareh -
all..................o; 6401, 5 15'': lot 6-t..u..........."..... i! 61 \.. ; 9. l1'9. .
w 3{ Unknown 0 W }.................................... .211 160: 2 SO Peter lot ..................H'........... "..... j 61 tITh j Notice is i hereby given that the follow
s w\......................................-,21160, :2 SO Unknown.Wright ;J]hot 67 VI" ................." .........."..... ;' 61 i ing-named settler Itas filed notice of hU
<.* e \ except n e \ of s e }......... 21J! 120| :2 SO Unknown, ;jlot 1 block A. Fisher's addition > I intention to make commutation proof
: in of his and that said
w Jo sw 1.:2"1! SO; 3 39 I to Titu \'ine........................ 1 1 2S II support claim
lot 1..2'). 34! 3 39 i t i r proof will be made before A. A. Stewart

t" lot 2..............................:z:::.26;, 66! 4 S6 Unknown |:;lot toTitusville 6 block A. .Fisher's............addition. ....... II |; 1 2S i clerk of circuit court: at Titusville. Fla..
Iot3.................................>26Grenside ; 40,, 192 : tot block B. Fishers addition i|It en Saturday. April 27. 1SS9. VIZ.. : William -
H. ."',-.. In J of s w }...................... ... '23,' SO 339 '.I Unknown ; 2 i! I D Owen of Georgians. Fla. bd.
toTitusville........................... 96 IP\ No. 1S7G9. for the lots 1 and 2 of section
,.. t Unknown ts! w J of n w \.........................:',2 2S zn i' 40 1 19 ,:" Unknown, :lot 4 block B. Fibers addition : 6. township 24 south and lots 3 and 4 of

e } of n e 1..1 : 40 1 191n j toTitusville......... .. ............. i i 96 i 31. 23 south, 37
sec. township
k f w i of n e i.........................'2lO 1 19 Unknown !lots: 3 and 5 block C. Fisher's addition == range

In e } of n w f..........................2s!: 40 1 19 I I j to Titusville...... ......... j 128 I east.He names the following witnesses toprove
''n w J o! n w $........................ 2S'' 40: 1 19 :: Rawles.r.. A. acres the north east corner of j 0 his continuous residence upon.
Florida Land & Mort- |........................................::29., ; 320' 2 SO :: jS north east quarter of the northeast 1 ray and cultivation of. said land. viz. :
gage Co., Limited.is! J of g_ e J and ?e \ ofs w }... '-'J; 120i 1 33' I' section 4 Township : I Mills O. Cotrell and IrvhD.. HisI -
Unknown ,s w \ of s e j.-.......................,30 40 1 92 :I;I I. quarter south, cock of Horti. Fla, ; A. Bruner and

lot 3...... .... ..........................;30: 40 1 92 | thirty-five twenty-two east.............range....... !I 3 3.1 I Henry C. Fish of Geord J1a.. Fla.
lot 3......................................!f3l| 24: 1 33 north I 47 S. C. TUCKER: Register.Commissioner's .
lot 4.......................................!31, 16 S9 I: Unknown ;!west half of the east quar& !. I,
land of Jones
lot 4 in arrears for 1SS7.............31, 16, S9 ;: I ter except ... .8 i3 i Sale.
RonaldsSawles ...................... ... .
lot 5......................................,31j; IS, 10.4 :I \ v
\V. A. lot 1...................................... 1. 6 91Howell Under and by virtue of a decree of the
lot 5 in arrears for 1S>7............>31 IS: 1 0-1''!
E= lot 2.......... ........................... .3bz; 2 51 rfp Circuit Court of Florida, nth Judicial Circuit
lot 3.. ..... ....................... .....32: *0, 2 51 i Titus, in and for Volu.>5a county, in chancery -
for in wherein Thadeus -
lot 4......_........... .... ............32-. 77! 2 51 BrevardX I partition a caue
lot 5................. .............. .....I._'), 52,' ._:) 51 i Collector of Revenue in and for the town of Titusville, Sirveto: /, are complainants and Mary the
S. Eenner
eta!, defendants directing
{ lot :......................... ............13.5. 36| 6 33 I i Fla. I sale of the following are described premi *for
j Township 21 s range 3o e. r i J I ii i the purpose of partition of said propertybetween
.,, Florida Land and im-n! e \ and s i of n w"t w J of s eprovement I i! I I the owner thereof. The undersigned -

Co. ,! t ae J and nlof s W1.........US, 320J 1 S3 I! Pianos Organs Commivioneis will ell, at public
Township i 22 s range 37 e. i I auction, at the Court Hou>e door. in the
Unknown I lot 9......... .............::-.1. iOJ I 1 3.31 I town of Titusville in Brevard county. Stateof
js w } of s e ii ...... ...................t -'I -lOj 1 40 Florida between the lecal hours of sale,
.
i i Township 23 s range 36 e. : : j to the highest bidder, on the first Mondayin
Unknown, j* 1 of n w.1 of n w 1.3-t!' !: 20 2: 66 II I If you want to purchase a May. .\.. D. lSl being the 6th day of
j Township _13 range 36 e. J iFlorida I said month, the following described prop-
the
write to
Southern 1t.-: e J of n e }...........................'OO':;<>- W: 1 oaR Piano or Organ, un- erty. tivwit : That tract of land known a;
Company !,lot 4 Indian River City..... .....'33 891 dersigned or give him a call. the Joseph Dele>pine Grant, granted to
Township 35 s range 36 e. I l I said Joseph Delopine April 9th, 1317, and
L I aII.I.! ;} i :2.SO.I' Can sell you any of the in- confirmed by decree of the Superior Court
t for District of East Florida by decree dated
Township 27 s ranee 37 e. i I Is. struments of the best and lead- I the 21t day of August, 1Z38:and approved

I G. Gleason j!all blk 70 Kau Gallic.............. 1 1 19 I by Supreme Court of United States January -
j Town-hip 33 s range 39 e. 221 ing makers at prices that defy y -4 I 3rd, 1S3. situate on Indian River, inand
I
Unknown e i of a wI........................... 40 1 competition. I Township J, South Range 34 ex-J,
JS I 1 9"21 Township 22; South Kangt J5 eat and
Township 23, South Range 35 east, and
E. W. i all. i -y Township 23, South Range 34 east, now

1 Collector of Revenue for Brevard Co., Fla. 1 Pianos and Organs sold en lie MalllentPlanwtetesireiDiscQimt lying in Brevard county, State of Florida,
according: to plat and survey of aid Grant,
t I described in a patent of xarue from the
United States bearing date the 17th t-f October
A, I). 1S73, the entire Grunt con-
I to C'nnrches en OIians, taining -I3OlXJ acres, more or It.-ss..

ORDERS FOR FEINTING: All correspondence will receive prompt Purcba.--ers paying: for title.
: JAMES PiirrciiAKD,
!' attention. ,
EUGENE BR.UXERISROBEUT

i 1. ., PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO AT THIS OFFICE. I! "" E. D. WAGER, CommLwoneri.E. ILiREE

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VOL. X. TITUSVILLE, FLA., ,

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Cocoa. GALA DAY AT MELBOURNE.The class and still five minutes later by the Melbourne. it trickled on it continuously. "A little

D fra L. R Hover paid a short visit to third class. Captain Fischer's schooner was lying farm well tilled" would seem to apply
May Day Picnic
jfelbourne last week. Regattaand There being three boats entered in the here for a short time last week. more forcibly to Florida than any coun-

3Ir. B. Kroeger was the guest of Mr. The grove at Turkey Ball.Creek is first class entitled them to two prizes, Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Heasley delayed try we know of.
pro- which were divided at the rate of 60 percent The wood fires have done considerable
F. Lipp for a few days. nounced, and without the their departure till Monday morning,
exaggeration, for the first and 40 per cent. for the damage. The one on the west shore
Jlr. Homer Lapham spent a few daysin prettiest spot for a picnic there is on the I caving at that time for Franklin, Pa.
second, the amount being $19.80 for first burned through about half of Long ham-
Titusville last week. Indian River. Its chief attraction is its Quarterly meeting at the Methodist
prize and $13.80 for second prize. The I mock, destroying an old building there
Albert A. Taylor and Mr. F. F. natural beauty ; itsdeJightrulshadefrom church this week. A good number of
)Ir. amount falling to the second class was and also an unoccupied house belongingto
Wednesday in Titusville. a tropical sun; its location immediately strange faces are now in town in conse-
Taylor spent $90, divided as follows: first prize $35, Mr. 'V'm. TreutJer, of Eau Gallie. The
Mr. 0. K. Wood came up on Mondayfrom on a beautiful creek. Certainly, withoutthe second $25, third $15 fourth $10. fifth quence. fire burned down to Metcalfs place,

his place on the St. Lucie River. music of human ,voices it must speakto I $5. In the third class the amount was :Mr. John Bassett is visiting his brother Bleak House. On the peninsula )Ir.Phillips' .
the mind in the words of the poet Jas. T. Bassett :Miss Lizzie will ac-
Miss Johnson is paying a visit of aweek $81, the first prize $24.25, second 20.2.5, place was pretty much sur-
to her sister, Mrs. Willard, at City who, in mentioning forest silence, said : third $16.20, fourth 12.15, fifth $8.10. campany him when he returns north af- rounded by fire; Mr Johnson's palmetto
"The birds are silent the bees hum
they ter
;
May Day.
Point. not here. Everything passed off pleasantly. All house was on fire several times and was

Miss Insie Rogers has returned to The green-branched trees are moveless in had enough to eat, with coffee and lem- Mr. Pontier of Jacksonville, agent for with difficulty saved. Messrs. Metcalf

from a two weeks' visit to Mel- the windless air, onade-plenty of everything except li- Silvia & Co. of New York, left at the and George Phillips worked like Trojansto

Cocoa And silence reigns supreme." quor. We believe there was not a drop same time as Mr. Alexander. lIe also extinguish the fire-brands that were

bourne V. Rhodes left the Indian River But the scene of Wednesday is a differ- I of it on the grounds. Every one we saw has been after plumes and secured a great I continually falling on the roof. On Monday -
W.
Mr. for his home in West- erent sight; with all its natural beauty I expressed themselves as being very much many. afternoon the wind, having shifted

last Thursday there is added that of a re-union picnic, pleased with the place and the regatta Captain Hector and C. T. McBride to the east, drove the flames back toward

chester, Chio. and all together join to chat a little and I and everything connected with it. sailed, last Sunday morning, in Mr. the river again and at this time seems to

Captain Sam Shackleford, Government partake of a dinner that would tempt the FIRST CLASS. McBride's boat, the Carrie, to the classic be burning in the dense pine grove and

'Land Inspector, spent Saturday and gods. The tables were laden with everything 1st prize, Arrow ; 2nd, Mary J. Lewk: shades of Malabar to call on some friends wind-break and all around Mr. Hector's

Sunday at Cocoa. that heart could wish and tongue SECOND CLASS. there.D. place, St. Kilda, doing irreparable dam-

Our postmaster, Mr. R. N. Andrews, could taste almost; all provided by the 1st prize, :Naiacle; 2nd, Rosalind 3rd, B. Grubb has determined to remove age, as the growth i is so heavy the timber

has purchased and moved into the King ladies on the Indian River. All com- Rosie II. ; 4th Water Lilly ; 5th, Lena. to Chattahoochee, proposing to engage in will probably be killed out. Is there no

cottage, next to the postoffice. ments of ours are unnc CoSiary, trttmr' THIRD CLASS. redress for such criminal carelessness?
and
a farming fruit raising, and we under- .
Judge W. B. Beach, the father of Mr. to say that thenpvas'plenty left after all 1st prize/NSttta 1 : 2nd, Snow Bird ; stand has purchased a farm in that re- U. D'Oxonu.

W. B. Beach, of Cocoa, left for his homein had dine Soon as dinner was over the i 3rd Dust., Witch ; 4th, CfcnoJi"; 5th, Gold gion. He starts for his new home Sun-
'
Providence, R. I., last week. windjiad changed southeast, the steamer I X. win- day morning. Lake Worth. ,
awarded tSe
Rocltled The prizes were to
Mrs. J. G. Mercier, and her little for ehad...\ just landed and all prep- ners in the evening at the Carleton fl< use Chas. R. Farren, Esq., goes upon Monday Same old weather.
daughter Edith took a trip to Melbourne arati9ns he regatta had been made-I by Captain Wilder, and every boat wru- .
morning to make final his Old visitors still
on
proof going-new ones coming -
Mercier the Rock- ready. for the start at 2 o'clock. I fling a prize received it without a ruling.
Sunday with Capt. on I
omestead. Mr. Farren has expended anreat .
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ledge. J" TIME TABLE. deal of time and money on the C. V. Barton left for the north on the

Captain and Mrs. C. J. Coggins, wl)6 pl ce and has some fine trees growing,

have spent the winter months at their I i I bes: \des pineapples, roses etc. 25th.The
NAME OF YACHT. OWNER, ST.\ltT. I FIXISlJ. i ACTUAL CORRECT'D ;Length Emily B. left for Jacksonville on
pretty home in Rockledge, return (d to AND CLAs$. II. M. S. I H. M. S. TDIE. TIME.Ii j Captain and Mrs. :From berger, who the 18th. '

Iowa a few days ago. II )1. S. 11.1.. 8. !:FT. IN liaveVbeen here for a few days, started on

Yrs. Cha" B. Watson, wife of Purser Arrow A. J. Canova, 1st Cl.. 2 7 30 1404 00 156301 19 4S; 2605 Fridav for the Halifax in the steamer Miss: Emma Thursby and sister paid
IaryJ.Lewis\Vhitney, I 21230 00 I 21630 1 2640 I 12400 this section a visit on the 20th and 21st.
Watson of the St. Lucie, was ./welcome Mattie S Schoonmaker I 16 15 1 39 15 26 02Naiade Dennt- They were accompanied by Mrs. .
2 7 00 4 23 15 I 2 I__ I_ F. S. has been
at the Delmonico Thursday and I C. TT. tewart who visit her Dewey appointed County
guest I 2108 goes on a to
2nd 27
Wager, CI. 2 13 30 i 4 10 15 1 56451113 Commissioner nice E. M.1)imick
friday of last week. / Rosalind, Jerome, "I 2 1245 4 36 00 2 13 15 I 1 27 57 II 20 02 mother, Mrs. Nash, of Daytona. Capt. ,

Mrs. Gardner S. Hardee is njoying a Rosie H, Houston, e' 2 11 30 I i 4 295 2 17 45 1 28 32 I 1804 We'see a sign at Mr. Hector's store, resigned.The .
Voter Lilly, Hatch, e. I 2 14 00 -1 31 45 2 17 45 1 31 39 2000 Mary B. arrived from Jacksonville -
little visit with Senator Haruee in Tal- I I ) e'ThL will be closed "
store on May Day.
Lena L. K. Braincrd, 2 14 00 -1 31 00 I 2 17 00 1 31 4tj 2002 the 17th.
lahassee, where he is attending\ the interests W'asp, J. Druino, CC 2 14 00 4 36 80 'i I 2 22 30 1 39 51 I 2305 We cfon't know if others propose to do on
of his Brevard county \constitu- Flirt, C. J. Hector, 2 12 45 4 51 30 i 2 38.15 1 57 03 2_105 likewise or not, but think it would be a The Ina is in and is trying to get out

O. K., H. C. Starke, &C 2 12 00 broke I down I' 20 01 good scheme to close, say from 9 a. m. toTp. again. Captain Hammon will make it if
ents.The Sailor Bog, G. G."T.Idner. 2 14 00 run aground. 2009
firm of Joyner & Booth, boat ( m,, and give all a chance to see the anyone can.
Nettle \\'i1I. Gleason, 3rrlCI. 2 IV 30 I 8 32 45 I 13 15 I 47 32 11703 I
builders has dissolved,'but we learn that Snow Bird, 11. J. Allen, I 2 20 30 I 3 87 15 1 16 45 I 49 18 15 O J regatta. A scarcity of crates have been givingour
they each expect to remain at Cocoa, and Witch, C. \\1. Corbett.cc I 2 19 45 ; 3 41 30 I 1 21 45 54 48 I 16 J)i' aPart of the committee met Friday last tomato shippers some trouble duringthe

carry on their business of boat buiKlingseparately. Conch, L. K. Smith I 2 22 00 \ 3 44 OO i 1 22 00 5G( 43 I 1..709 I. at the Turkey Creek Grove to preparethe past week.
Gold Dust, \Ietcalf, .e I 2 19 45 i 345 00 I 1 25 15 58 00 511
Zip, Casper, "i 2 21 45 I 3 52 00 1 30 15 1 03 00 1511ouise grounds for the picnic. A good deal The Corrinne, Capt. Shaw, arrived on

Rev. James Bolton preached to an ap- Alex Gome] .. : 2 20 00 i 4 29 30 "I 2 09 30 I 1 4l5 1506 of work was done. The Ramona was on the 20th from the B. I. R. with a big

preciative congregation Sunday night in a Belle, cc e' I Xo.t Start." i I i I I 1403Gla hand to convey the people to and from party on board.It .

, Hill's Hall, and Rev. W. A. Simmons, of : I the grounds and came up for a load of ,is now said the J., T. & K, W. Rail-

City Point, gave an interesting sermon I Iat J The MayDa7B Fatta and Picnic at HE DANCE. lumber. way will have their Jupiter & Juno

the same place on Sunday morning.The Turkey Creek was an unqua ) now the dance is o'er-yet stay awhile ; The sloop Vole stopped here to procure branch ready by the 1st of May. v .

Mackinac, with Mr. Fred Taylor, It would be very difficult to find a more Ah, pause! nor yet put on the social smile., supplies. Captain I. D. Hiscoek, Assistant-keeper D. A. Allen returned
To-morrow for our homes we depart,
Mrs. Harrington and Captain McNiel on convenient or beautiful spot for such asocial And to-night, to-night is for the heart. wife and son, :Miss Jennie Fox, Messrs. from Jacksonville on the Mary B., and

board,arrived home last week. Mr. Taylor gathering. The grounds, heavily I Again bestow the wreaths we gently woo, Albert J. Rogers and Clarence Frenchwere and left for Jupiter on the 18th.

brought back with him three very shaded with oaks, palms hickories, wild Ye How young lovely enchantress areyourformshowevery of gay! Licco! sense on board. The party intend to havea The Mary B. and the Illinois left on

large sea bass which his:: Cocoa friends olives, etc., were delightfully cool, afford- Bows to your beauties softened but intense, pleasant time, and in pursuit thereofare the 25th, the former Jacksonville and

enjoyed eating greatly. ing a pleasant place for a stroll and room Like to the flowers o n Mataloco's steep, going first to Key West, where they the latter for Titusville via the B. I. R.

Mrs.S.A. left for her homein for ten times the number that have ever I, Which fling their fragrance far athwart the will remain for some time, and afterwardto
Harrington deep!! Nearly every team hauling tomatoes
been at May Day I Nassau, New Providence.L. .
New York :Monday. Mrs. Harrington present any previous I We, too, will see Licoo ; but oh my heart from the head of the lake to Jupiter has
has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Fred on the river. A splendid view of the I. What do I say?to-morrow we depart P. Alexander started on Saturday been obliged to haul off on account of

Taylor during the past winter, and has boats over the whole course could be had 'i This event, which has kept many of morning for his home at Hoboken, N. overwork.

enjoyed her stay in Cocoa very much. from the grounds, and the creek afforded the young society folks of Indian River J. He has been quite successful in his
She has been a fine harbor for small craft. I business collecting bird skins and The steamer Lake Worth is busy now,
a pleasant acquisition to on the alert during the past week, came
and is least
making at and often
Cocoa Promptly the advertised time, the plumes. Mr. A. thinks Melbourne a one-
society and will be greatly missedby : off with great eclat on Wednesday night,
two-trips to the head of the lake and
her new friends. yachtsmen were called to order and pro- under the well-known and hospitableroof pretty good place, and most likely will
ceeded to dispose of the funds on hand, return next winter and bring his family back every day.
The pretty sloop Mattie II is launched of "The Carleton, and the company -
set the amount of the prizes in each class, both and with him. The Osprey is left in chargeof Judge Thomas A. Poole arrived on the
again, having been repaired and paintedand was a gay pleasant one.
choose time-keepers and judges, lay off I M. G. Ellis, who to use her 18th to look after his tomato crop. For
Dancing commenced at nine o'clock proposes
put in good order for Mr. John Eb- I'
the and such other matters and I raising tomatoes he thinks Lake Worth
course in the transportation of tourists.
erwein who purchased her of Mr. N. (I with the Grand :March and Quadrille -
) first region cannot be beat.
Barcbard recently. Mr. Eberwein has rules as came before them. As was. which was followed by a lengthy During the high wind Saturday some I

'been spending a week or more at Cocoa proposed, the money subscribed was di- programme of twenty-three more dances, colored men who were clearing land for I An excursion party went to the foot of

with his friends, but left for his home on vided among the different classes in pro- all of which seemed to be enjoyed. After Mr. Gibbs at East Melbourne let the fire I the lake and back on the Lake Worth,

the Banana River on Wednesday to look portion to the number of boats entered the 12th dance-which a waltz- get away from them and Saturday and the steamer unfortunately losing one of

after his young orange grove over there. in each class. came the intermission, and with that the Sunday the flames at times, leaped as her twin screws on the trip.

Mr. and Mrs. Ely Spencer, with their I The wind being about southeast, the cravings of the 'inner man." To satisfy high as the tops of the trees. Anotherfire Capt. E. :X. Dimick is already getting

two course was laid from the stake-boat at this craving a large number wended came in from the wot into long ham lumber and making other arrangements
-bright children, George and Char- (t
lotte, left on Monday for Jacksonville, Turkey Creek to a stakeboat off :Melbourne their way to the supper table, where was mock, between Melbourne and Eau Gal- preparatory to enlarging the Cocoanut

alter a most pleasant stay of two weeks, and return first and sec- presented to the gaze of the hungry a lie. Nearly every year, somehow, fire Grove House this summer.

in Cocoa. They expect to return to Ti- ond class to go over the course twice j most substantial and recherche repast, gets out on the peninsula and burns the Col. E. H. Hart and party, including .

tUBTille in a few days, where they contemplate I I making a distance of twelve miles, and comprising the delicacies and titbitsof vegetation. If fires could be kept off a Capt. Edwards, arrived on the 18th and

spending the summer. Titus- the third class to go over once, or six the season, to which all did ample few years a great part of the peninsula I left again on the 20th, just making the

Tille people are to be congratulated on miles. justice. would be covered with a heavy growth of trip down here for fun, you know.

haTing interesting an addition to their The number of entries was twenty-one, Supper concluded, dancing recommenced spruce-pine hickory, bay, myrtle, oak, I On the 14th Bishop Weed and Archdeacon -

Society circle. three being in the first class, nine in the with vigor, and was kept up until etc. Where fires have been kept off for Carpenter were present, the for-

t Quite second class and nine in the third class. 3 o'clock a. m. four or five years hickories are bearing il in the
a number of ;young folks went mer preaching new Episcopal
Over to Merritt from Cocoa to the Field- Captain. McFaddin was appointedto This was one of the dances which are now.The church, this being the first time the edifice

!Iiot wedding, which took place last measure the boats, :Mr. H. W. Besseyto usually marked by a charming social derrick of Mr. J. A. Durst can be was ued. The Reverend gentlemen -

Wednesday at 8 o'clock p. m. in the Baptist make the time allowances; R. W. An- freedom, and everything was done b\' seen in position at :Melbourne Beach, left again on the 15th.

church of that drews and Dr. E. L. Brainerd were appointed Mr. and Mrs. Andrews and the managersto where Captain Wilcox will try for water.
the
place. After marn.&ge'ceremony To show the rise in the value of landin
and Captain Jacob make the dance as enjoyable as they is the and
time-keepers, Everything on ground drilling
the
bridal and inQuests
party this section a recent sale will help to
Tlted enjoyed Wilder, LaRue P. Ely and John M. Minor possibly could.Dancingis begins on Monday morning. We shall
a wedding supper illustrate. About four years ago Kirk
'mod dance at the handsome judges. undoubtedly,a very healthy watch the operation closely and anxiouly. -
home of Mrs. Monroe bought three quarters of an acre
Martin called for the race the exercise when not indulged in to excess, If good water can be obtained with-
and all pronounced it a de- When time was of land from Capt. H. P. Dye, paying
TOfol affair throughout. boats were skirmishing around the line, and that those present took shis view of out too much expense the profits of pineapple $100 for the same, the land being on the

hardware store and stock of Geo. ready for the final start. It having finally it was plainly observed, for the dances culture can be made enormous. A east side of the Lake, near Lake Worth

It Fernald, at this place has been been decided to send the different were entered into with great zeal by the gentleman from Honduras, who is postoffice. About a year later CaptainU.
Hendrickson Kirk Monroe
D.
bought by Mr. Edward off separately and some parties, lovers of Terpsichore who attended the largely engaged in the business, states gave
J Stiling and :Mr. classes $150 for the same piece of land, and on
Albert A. before all matters First May Day Ball at "The Carleton. that he thinks there is no limit to the
: Taylor. Both are well known having left the room I the 17th inst. this same piece was sold to
tk"Wing business men of Cocoa and were determined upon, thinking all were It has been remarked that nature tunes i I size pines may _be made to grow if judicious Capt. Fozzard. of the Emily B., for just

JC? firm, Under the name of Stiling, to be started at once, created a little con- the voice to ping and teaches the feet to I fertilizing is practiced, and you $1,000, or at the rate of $1,333 an acre,

4. TaYlor, will be well managed and a fusion at first. The boats finally got off dance, and it gives beauty, grace and. have plenty of water: We hear of apples and was,the the cutting only improvement off of some of on the the brush.place

cot Plete stock of hardware,paints,crock- in good style and presented a beautiful carriage to many, without which beauty of the'Key: Largo 1 kind(fourteen_,pounds ,: Easter services were held in the Episcopal

try, boat and building material i sporting sight The first class leading, was fol- weight, made_by.fertilizing? ,and. ,suspend church on the 21st, Rev. J. D, .

>rood,and guns kept on hand. lowed five minutes later by the second Continued on Page. 12. ing,%j'can* of_. wateyYer'thQ**"* ** *pkBt.:fo-that Mulford officiating. SAM, ..
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: :p THURSDAY MAY r, 1 SS9.
THE FLORID.ST.R., ,
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; I Teachers' Association. ? MAiLtsx&, FLA., Jany. 2r rtb, I1 r9Messrs. .
dience most appeared to hare some legerdemain \:, I
"The Doctor of Alcantara. .ippman Brr.A'9 sat
STAR. I i Gc. 1
: THE FLORIDA trick to receive the tall figure :. To the Edii* of the Florida Slar: I Proprietors P. P. P. : .

i-: I Last Thursday evening, as per an of Carlos. In the second act, where Doc 1(j! The Association at Titusville March ( For a long time I suffered with nand

c" 1 J ',: PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. I nouncement, the pleasing opera entitled Paracelsus snatches the limp body j'I 24th and 26th was attended by the Hon. i' nIcerakfthra..t I took ,.. S. .;,; 1at
np
tor
t f" "The Doctor of Alcantara" was presented derived no benefit from it. Dr. O.en ,
ji ELLIS B. fAflERHJtor and Pnblishcr..J1.i enthusiastic audience at of Carlos and hides it in the sofa, is also |!I: and Mrs. Jno. H. Santa of Courtney ; j represents Lippman Bro-., > Ta.nlW:, Gt la
and
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to a large : a most comical part. The company ap- ;:i: Prof. and Mrs. F. G. Schell, Titusville ; told me that 1:. P. P. woakl care me, II) I
somewhat :
S1.5O per Annum. i i Wager's Hall. This opera is predate the manner in which the audience !' Jlr5. Ida Page Nelson, Georgiana; Mrs ; began taking it. I have taken ?ix 1..u1es:

1 different in some respects from most of Mrs. 31. K. : !small size', and I am entirthr well. I k'l
t j Entered the Pot at Titutrilleatr little defects which are 'P. G. McCany, Ankona;
ry at Ojj\ce I overlooked
} and Mkr P.
f. I the latent comic operas one of the features like a new man, cor> P. p, a
\. 'f I' i &coral-Clau r Matter. I followed btbe audience hard to overcome in opera unless givenby : Toole, Rockledge; MisKate Paddison. ; wonderful medicine.
is
I being that it easily and
.t 1 i I professionals; and even by many the :jTunibnll i ; Misses Kate Hamilton PETE MA-ztxc.
fra; i.1 THE STAB is the OFFICIAL newspaper ]f as the play progresses; at the same I Mrs. Ella --
a best amateur Wilmot City Point;
1 1 as highly play was considered the :(i Carrie Th. B-tY' fi I for Brevard county. time its airs are appreciated Mr;
(; t here. :! and Miss Alice Bell Fort Pierce, and > iarlf ar.4 wife "st.sr Lw.-s tn
,' 111 when rendered for the second or third arranzement ever given : and : CoTjnmit3oC Czit."' ?%,;d by I1xh. t G1tr.1t.
I The Star haft the Largest circulation J style] Differing from all previous benefits. l i the undersigned, as superintendent tcinJ ', *;*.
in this a ,
Fla. time resembling way
j" of any paper on the Eat coast of I I out and Misses Willie May, P..ockI nMe
;- t there were no complimentaries given : teachers I Are tot made mie+ by dMbc .a e. C-t.
lt .! ., characterized in that of the grand operas. 3Iio. besides p.iQL I' z1Ltis. Lti# r f AYlwti2r. 1-l;,.. Elainlob' -
., in the house helping to swell ;i ledge, and Mabel Robertof .
l' A QC..1 JE I. me Inch in space; :4 squares! j Promptly at eight o'clock the hall was every seat : Y'lt.o.hz.r 19 a poslII-e. Cur' s.w ty fI'.q:
.
rt make a column. had the fund which reached the sum of '! many citizen and children of Ti- kD.k Grey. T.iTlat. lie.my
? who
advertising rates enquire of the Editor | favored with a rush of those : all ; "Iri"! ::a ":.n -t..l"r.1&tr.
.1" balance of $41,94 after tu-ville. The interest felt by pantwar JOB rvzz t
?
: fl'th alwayaencloIngatwo cent stamp.REPRESENTATIVE | secured their seats and twenty-five min- $trt. 1. leaving a iof1Mi1: : rdk r? Prke 16 et* 5tt ct&ad H ya
.:.", fi I paying all expenses in the way of books, i ":-t eCiallnotireable.. Those not attending : by IMo:1 k aver- T.t.tdt. eta
. ; utes later, when the curtain was rung up. : ( ..
The latter mired treat. Catirs RtEa rasrtt M !
v 5.aot.
Norwood introduced : fixtures and printing. i surely a : ritt.rrL
I
t.. < there was present the largest audience stare I Drl2HU. ud c Lhr Xua'" sad LJ tiri.J .
t?1J ; a bill in the House last week to form j that has witnessed any benefit entertainment item 1banded in at half rates by the I I The teaching of reading by letters, : & Grtr. 11tUtTt- T.a.Ez .

.. of Brevard i of the STAR. The words and sentences was discus-ed. The ;. sztt: irA fnrtr.tPrk
:; .... neoount. from portions in town. The serenade behind : job office department k'ttuk.: z yerts>
! our
I sld :ritk.caTitanii.
,. atd O ce:1J. Li
i''".... t1" 't' and Dade counties but we hare notIF the scenes, by Carlo*, -tarted the first : church debt i* now reduced to somethinglike ;, conclusion reached was that the method e. 11*. tmr

t'r.l seen the fell text of the bill. j the first to appear on the : $150, and it is expected within a i best suited to the pupil should be used ; ;' Shiloh'. CAre ..u .aimr..iV 11 r p-TP c. .,
1 I part person Suc- needed in : Couj ti ilwl Sold kt D-.u.
eliminated. all three being WLOOI'1rZ
., Lucrezia.: wife short time this will : in some cases ,
Donna Fla.
? stase being the I j GrwTItaT: /k.
IT seem* that the appropriatiun Titusville 'ompany.and the school. In arithmetic, Mrs _
r the Opera same
i nnak \i ce>a to ,
the
the I of Doctor Paracelsus. Before For DytjF'u std L&Tfor Coiiaiit ''-4 un.
IF .J should promptly considered by individual mem- illustrated her method of twat <.
; 1'i 1: it follow its J Nelson aptly nnj ka.iLte ntttr7 -eu.iri
the ladies | may
Several funds are needingthera'for ] of part first had been given teLler. It Du.r fa I. :v C;:t. =.i4 b* l'1tclMs tGrtr.
: Leg Mature. ; reeeit'ed"eral each.on the ; bets in all future plays of the kind. It | teaching the little ones, the undersigned I Tlt4H1JeFa
... r the accounts handed had bouquets \i '
t r ; disbursing 1 singing of the several duets, solos, etc.. <:i: is earnestly hoped by many that a dra- I] read an esaav upon the manner of teaching : \ Kf l..lIl; ctor. frte with art,. tale, Mkt j
Pr :;'J CLt J..J tJ DKlaat.ir
i in. will now be fractions Miss Kate Paddi-1 I n I; t- t
and musical
matic through ,
and as the j ji company I It TltUH1.I' FU.
!I which appear in that part. j I I I k !
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[ Terrell and Mis King with ai. had thus been exhausted, :! permanently organized. son made remark upon the subject in
t PEOF. i flower supply t .\ Marshal Saved Life and IIstirMOXTICELL .
I
:: and Mrs Nelson and Prof. Schell:
tft number of pupils from the St. Augustine : ; a? much as those who wished to throw of the C7i- i general j *.. FLA.. Jan. 21. ?.
WILLIAM C. CHASE, editor the best j
i
discussion
.' Deaf and Dumb Assylum. gave a :I some flower in part second could not do t of lIed a lively upon JI:4rt. Lipp1ft/Ui 8-,,.. 'P'2ReA, Ga,
t and a member of the party <
i. 1' 1k1 wonderful exposition in the Assembly : so. To Mrs. Happer ett. as the prim matoloyifi I presentation of compound proportion. j Propri'iort P. P. P. :
1: sanitarians and physicians who recently side its adherents Prof. have beta
ball, Tallahassee. Thursday aftern< n. : donna, and, in fact, the entire management | each having For the pas: eight yearI ati
( 1 visited Florida with a view of prosecuting of health sanerin with malaria r&earnatism.
"l'w Schell us a practical illustration i irbis i bad ? -
almost
gave
of the teaching are the credit of i -
results
:_ The t of the affair, belong an examination into the sanitary I His class is bright Dy-p 1'.i2, du-y my JIe tio

'" beyond belief and excited great enthu- j i getting up the opera and the manner in Washington work in grammar. i|,i wb- bad and my hair all case out. la bd,
condition of the State, was in 'i
siasm. ; which it wa given. She gave time and !: and interesting.- Mrs. McCartv ably presented I wasneaily a wrvck. 1 had taken kiiacj

the to-day, having just returned from i as her way. an entirely different j|: and blc.,d medicines. which did mo M
i in unknown quantities
instruction
1'- ACCORDING to proceedings published i | Florida. Mr. Chase expressed himself as I mod Prof. Schell and Mr>. McCarty I II !. good. When I bean taking P P. p,
members of the company in learning about three months iz. I was a* 1I'nas
bill has passed the House for | i much impressed with the anxiety '!
: r elsewhere a i being also led the discussion history and
i upon
; their and her kindness towards the j child. I have only tiken f--t.rN mal
t'a County Court in Brevard county. Wehave parts of the people of Florida to have the condition that well and
Church is highly appreciated geography. It was acknowledged :' size, and to-day I am a man. nyi

' not time or space to comment on j Episcopal Gabriel'EI rs. | of their cities and towns thoroughly these studies should go hand in hand, i i hair ha wcome a=- ain." I cannot reooa-
: the member of St
the subject this week, but can't see wheresuch \ by examined. He says that with differences in the J! mend P. P. P. uo highly.v.
but there were vast
showedl
voice F. WVEZ.Marshal .
fine
. : Happer-ett"- soprano
'
court is in Brevard. I few exceptions the towns of Florida ..
necessary
; a l best advantage in her two solos "He I' way of presenting them. The interest in j MoniK-11 FI:.

From good authority we learn that the would put to shame many placeof due the of'' tt'itncF.. C" cow :.
| Still Wa* There," and"Ah! Woe is )Ie: j I the discussion was to presence
would be from and richer in other t,
of this court larger population teacher
successful
i' expense j In the latter the compass extends to B i three thoroughly Adric to )Mother
$1.f(\) w$'.OY1 peryear, and as the aunt States in sanitary aSairs. The exceptions Prof. shell, Mrs. Nelson and Mrs 31.-s.Rrxiacw'sa,1o".rssa: > 1+a4fTt
M 'Y fiat, while in some portions of the opera be red vben cLi rea L'C. ::g Setch. It T'*
r. t ty has t.) pay this extra expense, if the I I the State Board of Health are watching McCarty-of fifteen year" experience. berg the Ltf r-f-rero.t ;UprortTanaifKnl,
C natural required by the soprano. j ctersb mle H"tcjfct
I ,aai the hSie
bill the Senate, our taxes are mar I closel I -. qiet;
passes different mode of It
l Miss i took the nf Lucrezia each having an entirely I, as a batOC1.It i Try pe* at k> utt.
increased. We ask our peopleDo I j Ryals part I .. oothe the ctH=, .cfttc'the fucs.iH pa.:1p. >b.
terially
A ; the most dificultone to personate, as the teaching: and controlling schools. Irregu-1 recusreshetc! ".. asisthebt ka nr
itVe think not. and if'I Ean Gallie. for dunboB, wbetirr incsr trop tees: Ir
want
; we laritf attendance and general discipline ; .
| part is that of an elderly morose and tber cat ies. Tw t1-are ee=i* a bnrjff.
bent Mr. P. A. McMillan is laying out ancimproving
the quickly.I
r so reply must up While her voice i* not were dwelt upon. The former i= a
ionate
, j pa- lady. the ground about his residence A Home Indor-emeDt.
-. I I'LL it evil and by far too common in.
d high a* some *, great
; Florida's Leiclature. !i cornJU as soprano I Mr. N. H. Frohlich-tein. of JfoLZfr
river. ,
,., on our ,
it is the
In
beyond
; 27th. The Senate ha* a fullness and richness which Jspleasing Florida. many cases : Ala., writes : "I take great pka?ure larecomcending

-r-; t ; TALLAHASSEE, April j to the ear. The 5 l -ballid. *'Knight j Very high westerly winds prevailedhere I control of teacher- and we all appeal to i>! Dr. Kinks? New Di-coi-

t :. l met this morning but had quorum : of Alcantara. A minor, was highly appreciated during the latter portion of last and the parent to help overcome it. Mrs.McCam :; ery for ({)n5umpt oD. h vtng used it fer

t ;' and adjourned to Monday morning. | week. 1 severe attack of bn-nchiti,and catarrL
: and it i is rather unfortunate the fiat part of this I presented a plan for preservinorder ; a
from ;, and entirrifi
In the Home communication I I It'e me instant relief
lo fr Lucrezia Theodore Piazza ha charge of Mr. J. in a large school which she: has
the afiictd
that this only
was *> been
. I ts I J. Brocaw asking the enactment of j j I i cured, me and I have not
Mellor's house and during the found successful. All agreed that every; i that I bT
for from razorback hog* to sing, although her part is most promi- t H. grove ,: ince. I aL. ) beg to state

laws protection i nent in recitative, dialogue and chorus owners' absence in Chicago. other \\"a1Ould be tried before rt'50rtI'!,I tried other remedies with no good malt
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1' and billy goats, was referred to the committee i Electric Bitter and Bt
Have aleused!
a Miss Ryals showed that she had given I The Indian River Steamboat Compa ing to corporeal punishment but that in ]!j I whites Ian
on agriculture.I | King's S enLife Mil-. both of
The most important bill introduced her part much attention by the manner \! ay': wharf at the mouth of the Eat Gal f some extreme cases it was necessary to i!: recommend:*

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1 for a poll tax prerequisite for in which it wa rendered and her c i lie being completed the present week. use it.Our. i i i Dr. Kin New Discovery f.-: C.2-
provides I and the and cold is !d oa a
j worthy superintended coughs
and admirably : sumption
tume, make-up expression of the house :I
and prescribes the duties of tascollectors : Frank Turner ha the care
voting
free st
Trial bottle
: The cf Inez, ; Rev. Mr. Temple addressed u* in their : positive guarantee. *
suited the character.
and registration ot ir-ers there part ; and grounds of Captain Bennett during '! all drag stores in Titusville and -a Ii-

,c,., ;js s in. Thi is the bill :t_ adopted by the ah., taktr.; by Mr-. Gruber. dtr-trrves. especial the sojourn of Mr. and Mrs. Bennett in jRochester. j well known able and pleasant manner, I, an River.

work with ________
1 attention. She h....j"f'r little and we return to our new
,
Democratic caucus, and will pass both N. Y. j
taken and enthusiasm l glad to have met'I! Brace Vp.
: time to devote to her part Laving; courage
Y Houses as will, also the amendment to The -loop Rosie II will try for some of fellow-laborers. i You are feeling deprese\i. y.>ur apfctiteis
the of Inez after the was well our
the constitution for the Australian me- part opera the f ti\- : are bothered withbeii-
; the contributions to May Day NETTIE )LGIFFORD pt or, you

thod of voting, and to change the time under practice, and circumstances prevented ities. Go in, Captain George, we wish !I ache, you are ndgetty. nervou- and gfl-

first her attending a number of the re- Fort Pierce. Fla. 'er.lllout of sorts, and wan: t I brace a-
State election to the Tuesday
*- of the every success and first money. ,
her-el-but l her part in the play eves : you Trace up, but not with stimulantprise
in October. astonished her comrade Her dialogue Mrs. William Treutler kindly donated j L. H. Eldridge of the DeLand .Ync. medicine-or bitterwhich have f'their

Tha IIc,uD.ebito defining the prwrro'' a set of window un- hade- for the Bap-! was indicted la week by the grand jury basi? very cheap hisky, and ei h ohtuc-
the be-t of the
with
of health hotly de- : and acting were even for hoar, and tae;. lest
county board wa addition j for a :slanderous; article defaming the ulate you an
thi
a tis' church at place. an
t i in wbi1l"-the duet with Isabella: -' \ 8Y. in condition than tefrfci
fur third ; worse
inzrossed i
ordered you
bated and and virtue of of
name, purity a lady :
the
much appreciated by congregation.The ; What is alelrsiive that will
tr.. reading. j, Ih-pair, greatly pleaded the audience. : Daytona. i' you want an
front of Mr. "your blood, start hea'thy actioaof
3Ir Gruber"little Mazurka < on;. intro- century plantin purify
A joint resolution wa* introduced to ; "
and your"iu
liver *
kidney re-tore
z' in the roundly J. O. .alton.rf51dence have sent up a : r.
was
ap-
amend the constitution regarding; the |jduced open Notice of Incorporation 1 and give renewed health and streDgtiycfuch

registration i of foreign-born citizens.Representative i I plauded. only she should have favored stalk nearly ten feet hi;b. When in I\ a medicine you willand in Electric

1 Matthews madta fine i ispeech j the audience with verse number tw i.i full bloom they win be a sight: to be- I! Of the T u- rill and Canaveral &tcinl:,t Bitters, and only C..... cents i boitk at acjdrus
and Tranr ort3tion Co.
faDe"itb I! hold. store on Indian River.
the amendment to aid in the'i Carlopart i5 i the leading i i
on The nuue.Ii this shall be
j; l ;! the gentlemen, and Doctor Graham did that Fromberer 1. corporation ,!
; ., enforcement of the fish law against non Humor says Captain t The Titu=vine and Canaveral Steamboat i BncklenS Arnica Salle.

l' '} residents. 1!: exceedingly- well. This tenor part plavI .- ,I ha homesteaded: the piece of land. on :i I and Transportation (Company. : The l best salve in the world fur eats,

TALLAHASSEE. April 2l'.-In the lIom.e j I prominently from the first pan to the the east side of that owned by" H. j ?. The general nature of the business of; ; bruise-, "tres. ulcer-, s< rheum. ferry
j, the: corporation shall be the transportation: letter chapped lund chiNsi! r
: sore ,
: morning )Ir. :.n'naI.i =, and requirewonderful 1 Adams at the mouth of the Eau Gallie !
of Representative ; and the Indian I
of
I II freight passecjerupon i! corns and all skin eruptionand F
'4 Sayre offered House Memorial bill No.1G I i raemvry for music and dialogue com- 1 I River. j I and Banana Rivers and creek and the Mosquito I tively cure pile-, or no pay requiiti

s to loon::re>.s, asking for an appropriation ,| biaetl Everyone must concede that he ,: Mr. Thomas Mann has donated the !I Lagoon, in the counties of Brevard. | It is guaranteed to give perfect sati'"."-

carried: out hi* admirably, considerin Dade and Y ulu-ia. and to the most convenient : tion refunded. Price 25 cent'er
part or
of $100.XX for dredging the bar and : Eau Gallie Baptist church of which he'l money
t '1 point on the Banana River to reach box. For sale all storm
that he air and this his < by drug:
: sings by wa-
'" deepening the channel at the mouth of ; : l; is a member, a handsome eight-day timepiece j the: Bicht of Canaveral. Titu-ville, and on Indian River.
1 :
the Manatee river; also No. 17, asking 1 first appearance in opera. His dialogue i! which will be placed in the building j j 3. Th capitaltook of the corporation ; -- --

a It fort l acon1ihton the burst the mouth I I' and acting throughout well expressed shortly. J; shall- shares be five of thousand one hundred dollars,dollar divided each intopity : Se'ere'ases of lllood PolMII !-

of the Manatee river. and we certainly think his profession )Ir."e.. Treutler i is preparing to sink I twenty-five: per cent. of the face value of Thousand suffer from blood poi-

Mr. Hawley presented House memorial 1 must have: aided him in acting the death : artesian well his hotel II j I said stock to be paid up by -ub-criber on who would be cured if they pave B. t.B
a i an on property.
No. IS. kin for scene by p'*i-on in part second. I the delivery of his certificate of stock, the : t Botanic Blood Balm) a trial. Send
to Congress M- <: an -
appropriation This has made l the GaW
; gentleman most import- balance subject to call on vote of the directors Blood Balm To.. Atlanta.
Mr. Ran-
Doctor Paracelsus, taken
for the improvement of Mosquito by ant improvements on his property on II and proper notice. \ book of wonderful cures, that contiac*
1 son. was pronounced by everyone a goodpart ; the most skeptical. It is sent free.
Inlet. and that New Smyrna be declared the Eau Gallie River. 4. The corporation shall commence on
of well rendered. )fr. Rar.s.Ws makeup : I the filing of its articles of incorporation { J. O. tiib*on. Meridian. Mis*.. Writes'For

x, { a port entry. and costume assisted i him much The steamer Kathleen carried a jolly 1 i| with the Secretary of.';tate and the clerk- : a number of years I suffered untold
House bill No 75), prescribing pUJi..hment ; very :eftnl
: | of of the counties agonies from blood poisou.
to the May Day festivities at Turkey -!; court in which it shall
party
and doubt if be could it j if*>J"jrood.
we improve did little
'+ for obtaining goods and credit under t operate and continue for the period of prominent physicians me
) much. "The Doctor* s*ug and choru* : Creek. Quite a number from Tropic I twent"ea -. : I bean to ue B. B. B. with t'tr1
false pretense* wa indefinitely postponed I *
and own settlement were noticed : little faith but to utter surprise
i caused a loud commotion among the gallery our o. The bu-ines of the company shall be my
7 ; also) Senate bill No. 95. to suppress ha* made me a well and hearty T'ea'
the trim little I conducted .
aboard steamer by a president, vice-president,
; god, and loud apnlsu-e greeted : ua. Wri2t!
gambling hnnses and gaming. | secretary, treasurer and five directors.' The ;: 7. T. Hallejton, Macon i
j verse of this Mr. William Roesch is adding a band-i J "1 contracted blood poison. I rtrt tried
song.:
House substitute for House bill No. j I. directors shall, for the first year, be the undersigned -' HoC

110 to organize a County Court in Bre i j Mr. Atkinson heavy bass voice iu the ; some wing to his residence near the Baptist !,: incorporators and shall hold until physicians. I returned and then home went a ruiaedphysically. KSprings. > DJI

,. TaN county came up on third rending 1 part of Pomposo, officer of the night i, church and has improved his grounds I I their election successors for directors are elected shall and qualify.bvI : Nothing seemed to do ax1
held
be
the thin,. Though 1 much by planting various kinds of':[lAn ood"Mr mef?
guard.. wa exactly very ; any mother persuaded
and of the stock
parsed. the
L m was "" *" I vote capital at principal : *
31 The bill o&red by Mr. Fs. kin, of Marion i 1 Iompo-o'* part i* not a prominent one, citrous and other fruit tree*, laying out j jt' I i office of the company in Titu ville, on the trj B.ulcer B. B.quickly"healed To my utter.astonhboK"

Mr. Atkinson: also the of walks etc.Captain. first Monday in April A. D. 1S90 and every
on Saturday I last, and numbered \ played parts t' I each The Board 1 Benj. Morris, Atlanta, Ga. writes: _:1
subsequent of
Directors
t' House bill 194, is measure upon which j Perez and Sancho, the porters who bring and Mrs. C. F. Fischer in shall elect year.the president, vice-pre i- ,, suffered years from syphilitic b'poisou ,*"**

the Democracy of Florida has long been !i in the basket containing Carlos) Senor ; their; beautiful yacht. Ellie, stayed at dent, secretary and treasurer who may be treatment.which refused to pronounceJ be cured bj

debating, but of whose practical utility Balthazar taken by Mr. Hap rsett, Eau Gallie on their return to Titusville, 1 directors or not, and shall h3-re. power to a hopeless case.Physicians I hid no appetite. I J

in the last of the 1! and made a visit to Mr. and \ onsolidaieany two of said offices if decided httiiKr
only coming part sec. pleasant pains in anti
and timeliness it has not been fully assured ; | expedient. IHrector and officers t-hall be hips joh&ud wy d
Mrs. J. O. alton. They were quite ulcerate
diseased.
and is notIon but were My throat was
act, ; part requires I
until recently. It makes the stockholders the
corporation.
pay. charmed with pretty" little harbor i fOrdIn -
1 our and breast of running ,
ment of a .Po11-tai in Florida a prerequisite ; considerable variety of acting. The night and its picturesque surroundings. j I 6. The highest ,amount of indebtedness this my condition a mass I commenced the as***

to the exercise of the franchise, and :1 gene, where he suddenly discovers Carlos -, 1 or liability to which the corporation may B. B. B. It healed ulcer anJS

in iu present form the bill represents the final culmination of the The Rev. Hiscock, of Georgians]i at any time subject itself shall not exceed and cured every within !n
me completely
: 1 ; the thoughtful deliberations of manyweeks opera, preached to a very interested congregation ne-half the face value of the capital stock. mouths.

i by the leading Democrats of the iris**well rendered. i in the Eau Gallie Baptist Church R. P. PADDISOX, j --'

it .5 tajte, and it will become a law in due :The* most interesting and comical parts, Sunday last. During the service a letter H. J. TIFFIN JF. LEWIS,

_course of time just as fast a* the !legislative of those of the basket where was read from the Athland avenue Baptist ,N. N. Pe rr. *
coarse are
J wheel turnaround, for the bill will church Chicago I1L,encouraging the **E. S. WILEY,

:: ::::.."/) .. IV' meHjttith: no opposition! of as 17 consexti IT.Carlos.... conceals. > 'biaaselfsTeraI. '" times,. ....... in congregation to atilt greater efforts in J. M. Dixox; Ciiil} Eipiesr ani SnneiortTitosTille

\../quence !la either douse.U a small wicker ,bad e*,.which; to the,au church matters. April I3rd, 1SS?. : 1. Fla.

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,' -afl who has practiced medicine for. THE. LATEST IN .JEWELS. Consumption Surely Cured.To Notice or Incorporation.The i:I Tax Notice.
know salt from suF
r Al cars, ought to THI EDITOR-Pleane iulorm your readers thatI following Corporation has this I will be at the voting places on the
i ,.' read what he says. The demand for emblematic jewelry is on have a positive remedy tor the abote-uamed day been formed by the undersigned dates below, for the of
u/e thousands purpose receiving
pt of
0.. Jan. 10, 1887. the increase. disease. By its timely hopeless
J TOLEDO,
cues have been permanently cured. I shall be Incorporators, to wit : St. John and In. tax returns :
F Cheney & Co-Gentlemen : Diamond eardrops, in antique le, are glad to send two bottles of my remedy FILER to any dian River Canal and Steamboat Co. .
) Basra. ben in the general practice of being revived. of your reader who have consumption it they will Capital Stock $100.000 dollars, in Eden.Tuesdayf April, 2nd, 1889.
rI Have send and post ollice address.ReepeetIiiUy Fort Pierce...'Vednesda 8rd "
their
and would me express : ,
most 40 years I Ii.i Porcelain shares of $100 dollars each. "
: dlcine for matchboxes are an innovation in Narrows ......... "
. roe Friday 5th
? that in all my practice and experience smokers' materials. T. A. SLOCUM, M. a, 151 I, I'e-irl: St., :New York. To dig, excavate an'l build a canal con- ,
"1 never seen a preparation that necting the waters of the St. John's and Sebastian.Saturday, 6th, '*

;\. have prescribe with as much coufa- Miniature from gold bicycles dangle occasion- Indian river by a suitable and sufficient Malabar,........Monday, 8th, .'

i could as I can Hall's Catarrh ally queen chains.A .canal, to carry, transport and convey Melbourne, ..Tue day, 9th, "

-. dencemanufactured by you. Have preSribed headless barrel with circular flutings 31hut's persons and property thereon, in the Eau Gallie.Wednesday, 10th, "

. it a great many tunes and. its effectif a fanciful queen charm. Pills Counties ot Volusia, Brevard and Orange Troplc.Thur8day. 11th, "

wonderful, and would say in contusion : Emerald studded frogs, with diamond eyes, and all necessary canals connecting said Canaveral......Saturday, 13th, "

' that 1 have yet to find a ease offj.f.rrh are in tho field as lacepins. principal canal. To navigate antI run Georgiana,..... Monday, 15th, "
it would not cure, if they Steamboats said canal. St. Johns U
that Tiny gold cases are now seen used with upon ledge.Tuesday 16th,
iroold take it according: to directions. almost every glove buttoner. FOR TOPPED LIVER and Indian River. The principal office Cocoa,.........Wednesday, 17th, "

Yours Truly, Silver oyster shells with emerald of said Corporation shall be atOsteen. Meritt.........Thursday, 18th, "
centers
M. D. A torpid liver deranges the wbolcsys
L. L. Gonsucii, odd I Volusia county State of Florida, City Point ...... 19th "
Summit St. are an fancy in earrings.In tem, and produces Friday, .
Office, 215 OST.U'X, Fla., March 15, ISS9. T.H.Sanders .. "
$100 for any case of Ca- umbrella handles, one that is receiving Sick Headache I : Saturday 20th,
< will give
We cfti not be cured with Hall attention is an imitation boat hook. II. E. OSTEEX. Titusville.Monday, 22nd, "

tarrh that Taken internally. Rubies and pearls interspersed make Dyspepsia, Costiveness, Rheumatism JOHN SAULS. LuGrange,.....:Tuesday, 23rd, "
ti Catarrh Cure. very .JOHN W. PRICE. Mims .........Wednesday; 24th "
Toledo beautiful combination ,
& CO. Q.
CHEXE prop. hairpin heads.A .
F. J. Sallow Skin and Piles. W. S. NORWOOD. Haulover,.......Friday, 26th, &er.
hairpin which claims attention is
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topped
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of Incorporation. There is better remedy for these GEO. W. DICKSON.
no \
R. SANDERS
police with
a platinum star,jeweled in the center.A common diseases than Tutt's Liver ,

i. The name of this corporation shall late fashion in hairpins consists of a Pills, as a trial will prove. Price,S5c. Assessor for Brevard Co.

be The Indian River Land and Improvement green gold leaf, glittering with small stones. Sold Everywhere. Rotice.
and its principal place of NOTICE.To .
Company, Exquisitely new are double pronged motherof ------
All concerned will take notice that six
Indian liver CURED byPetVsiw.>
business shall he Hardeeville, pearl hairpins with incrusted gold head DEAF EAR CUSHIONS months after date I will present my find all whom it may concent:

Florida..) The general nature of the business of ings.Nice able SBMeMftalwbtreallremfrdlMfail......distinct/m..beok Comfort.&prootarz. account to Honorable Minor Jones;County Take notice than we, the undersigned,
cuff buttons are those fashioned ... of Brevard Florida and
said shall be town improvements as AddreuorealleaI.lISWZUS&eadwyS.Y.PARKER'S Judge county, will at the expiration of lour weeks'
corporation Hardeeville and \'icintt-the oval bloodstones, set in chased silver set- pray for an order dismissing me from the publication of this notice in accordanceand
at tings. execution of the last will and of
testament
conformity with Chapter "3594 of
of hotel, &c.
a HAIR BALSAMCleanses
building 3. The capital stock of the corporation Ivory card cases of an admirable character and beautifies the hair. Phincas D. Wesson, late of said county, the laws of Florida file a petition ami v

shall consist of 1,000 shares of $100 each, are covered entirely with a framework of .Promotes a luxuriant growth. deceased. make application to the Hon. JolurL).

of said stock to be paid in and the silver filigree.A Never Fails to Restore Gray AGNES M. WESSON, Broome. Judge of the 7th Judicial Circuit -
$50,000 Haute its Youthful Color.
balance to be held by the corporation to be sheaf of wheat, with ruby heads and Prevents Dandruff and hair falling 50-6mo. Administratrix.NOTICE of Florida for the adoption of Ethel
disposed of for improvements as necessityshall diamond leaves, is one of the prettiest knife 60e.and Hi.00 at r)rncr ri.t*. Louise infant: child of William F. Den-

edge pins extant. man and Marie Louise Denman, his wife,
require. toA"EgTSSAMPLESFREE
shall commence its Wound around a miss' is S I' t deceased, of Jacksonville, Fla.. as om'child
4. The corporation finger ring a EO.A.%COT .New YorkCitJ'"OSGOOD"
existence On Monday, May 1st, A. D. 1889, scrollwork of blue enamel, dotted promiscu- In Circuit Count of the 7th Judicial and heir at law.

and shall continue for twenty years ously with bright rubies. Circuit of Florida in and for Brevard Rockledge) Fla.. March ]5. A. B. IH8J

of the corporation shallbe :j V. S. Btatdard Sc !ei. County. A. D. 1889. J. M. LEE.LELA .
5. The officers The rage for miniatures set in delicate rims
Sent trial.
on Freight V. LEE.
president, vice-president, secretary, of small diamonds and brooches James Pritchard
a very worn as paid. Fully Warranted.
j Dissolution I 0Charles f
treasurer and five directors, to be elected shows no signs of abating.The vs }
3 TON $35. Partnership.It NOTICE.All 1
1S89 and to hold
1st D. J
by ballot on May more recent diamond hoop earrings Other sizes proportion Sweet

their offices until the first Monday in arc mounted in very slight settings, so that ately loir. Agents well paid. Illustrated Cataloguefree. appearing from the affidavit of the persons concerned will now tako

March, A. D. 1890, or until their success- nothing but the gems are seen. Mention this Paper. for the above named notice that six months after date, I will
ore are elected and qualify. The subsequent OSaOOD Is THOMPSON, Binghamtca, N. 1. attorney complainant present to Hon., Minor t>. Jones County
said
Pretty diamond studded violins hold minia- that the respondent is a nonresident
elections for officers and directors - --- Judge of Urevard Florida
tures of well known composers in their centers HINDERCORNS.The of the State of Florida to wit : county, my
the first Monday in March of final vouchers as administrator, with the
shall be on and aro worn as brooches. only mre Cure for Corns. Stops all pain. Ensure a resident of the City of New Orleans
each and the terms of office for one comfort to the feet.15c.at Druggists. H iscoz&Co.,N.Y. will annexed, of Thomas! New, late of
year
of A dainty bracelet is composed of two slender and that the said respondent is in the said Brevard
or until the qualification a suc .. county, deceased and thatat
year, chains of gold held _CONSUMPTIVE belief of the said attorney over the age
together by smoky the same time I will apply for I letters
cessor. pearls at regular intervals.A ITaTo yo:I t nucrli.Rronchitio Asthma. Indigestion! Use of twenty-one years, it is therefore
of indebtedness gray dismissory from such administration.
6. The Highest amount PARK..R3GINGERTONIC. It has cured

or liability to which the corporation can at late pendant for a necklace is an ecru the'-n worM(1l"tIIIUl.1 i.
itself shall exceed enameled heart, which the head "')1. MCCUACKEN.
time subject not : on are seen
any the Bill of Complaint herein filed, on
MADE WITH BOILING WATER.
stock. and toil of a in diamonds. 48-6mo. Administrator
four-tenths of the capital serpent etc.
or before the 6th day of May A. D. 1889,
Incorporators: James T. Small, Lewiston Small moonstone heads set under a hood of or the same \\illbe taken as confessed

Maine; Robert A. Hardce, of IlardeeTille diamonds tied below the head with a gold EPPSGRATEiIJ S and the said complainant allowed to XOTICC.

Brevard county, Florida.; Minor S. ribbon tire doing duty as scarf pins. proceed expartc in said cause. And it LAND OFFICE. GAINESVILLE.: FLA\

Jones, Titusvile, Fla.; Robbins & Graham, A bronze upturned hat, resting on which is -, is ordered that a copy of this order be March 1C, 1SS9. j
Titusville, Fla.; Albert A. Taylor, Cocoa, a correctly defined umbrella of the same :. .-: rVrORT1NG.cocAoAMADE : published in the FLORIDA STAR a newspaper Notice is hereby given that the follow

Brevard county Fla.; Josiah Thompson, of metal, forms a convenient little ash tray.A published in said County for the in;.mtlltell settler has tiled notice of his

Minneapolis, Minn. -o I plumed fan recently noted contained a space of four consecutive weeks priorto intention make liual proof In support(

II I bright gold monogram sunk in the handle, said 6th day of May. A. D. 18SU.'Vitness' of his claim and that said proof will be
I the Hon. John D. Broome, made before A. A. Stewart. Clerk Circuit
Master's Sale. and in the center of each plume was set a
cluster of diamonds.A WITH BOILING MILK. Judge of said Court as well as A. A. Court at Titusville. Fla.. on Ja.r1;It,

Under and by virtue of a final decree of Stewart, Clerk of said Court, and the 1889 viz : C. D. Sams, of Courtney Fla.,

foreclosure, issuing out of the Circuit courtof silver bonbon tray of a charming char- RHEUMATICSciaticPains() Seal of said Court at the Court House in II. E. Xu. 12S51, for the S. i of S. E. j.

the Seventh Judicial circuit of Floridain acter has a ragged edged border, delicately the town of Titusville in said County N. \\.1 of S. E. ] and S. \V. i of N. E. .\

and for Brevard county, in a certaincause etched on the outside with sea nymphs ridingtho this 27th day of March, .i\ D. 1SS9. Sec. ]2. 'l'p. 23 8.. 1:. m E.
therein depending wherein Lucinda water on swans. 1Xt\ SAcIl lIe names the following witnesses to
A. A. STEWART
and Val. Numbered among popular lace pins is a prove his continuous residence and
Tuttle ( widow) la complainant upon
a l)1irll'!'; a"'d Back, Hip, KlrIlJoHtH' t.t.t.rPaine Clerk of Court.
entine jailor and Carrie Gailor and Charlie pale yellow enameled daisy, in the petals of Rh.- ttnatic. SditiShirp \\Vakvjiing cultivation of. said land, viz : 1:. J. La
JONES & WILLIAMS.Attorneys
Gailor heirs of Albertina Gailor, which is set a very small emerald, while a Pallid, lMini" "'., IHl.. lit tbo Cnrticnia Anti Roche Archie McKae. E.' C. U'haley, J.
.
ruby occupies the center. -I'aiu Plai-trr Ti.., h- .'. :,.t.i; ":i'v i'-t'.,.iatlecus for Complainant. J. LaKoche of Courtney..
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and F. ad-
deceased Ensey
George as .'
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pin.1dl1iu.tr"II! '! "*; i ut-r ; fi-nt* ; five
ministrator of said Albertina Gailor, and One of the brightest ideas in bracelets is one for 110. At 'I 'n't-zi"r. .,oo of I'orTKii Intro ANDCHKMICAC -- -- 49. S. C. TUCKER, Register.XOTfCE. .

Seward F. Gray guardian ad litem of said composed of square patches of dull gold, .*. r cr.-tfl!'. Notice Incorporation oftlicRreYard

Carrie Gailor and Charlie Gailor, infants, tacked together by tiny gold pins. The three by Pimples C.UTIC"CUA, Harwht'ads SOU'. cLar-red and oily skin wired .

are defendants, I ,will as Special Master in center squares have a ruby, a diamond and Abstract ofTitle LAND OFFICE. GAINESVILLE

Chancery sell at public to the highest an emerald set in them. CHICHESTER'S ENGLISHPENNYROYAL '
outcry Company.The Mar-h .Oth. ISM). /
and best bidder for cash, on Monday, Tho hair adornment of tho futuro differs PILLS Notice is hereby jriven that the following ( -

the third day of S June A.. D. 1889, the materially from that now in vogue. The undersigned have associated themselves named settler has tiled notice of

same being the first Monday in the month, newest decoration is a fillet, or three gold \ ,) 2ZD CROSS DIAMOND, as a body corporate, and give the following his intention to make filial 1 proof>> III support .

between the legal hours of sale, in front of bands in satin 'finish that encircle the head in { reliable Original pill,best for,tale.only,,.. notice of their incorporation : of his claim. and that said proof

the Court House door in the town of Ti- tiers, losing as though the ancient Greek .\ Ak Diamond for CHckultr't Brand In EUNDt{ 1. The name of the corporation shall be" will be made I before A. .\. Stewart, Clerk

tusville, Brevard county, Florida, the following customs TLro to bo revived.-Jewelers' Re- -'a. t: who boxes,aeaied with 'The Brevard Abstract of Title Company. Circuit Court :Titusvillo; Fla.. on May
bon. At Vrnecieto. 2. The nature of the business of
described real estate, to wit : That view. .I no other. All pill in pasteboard general 24th, 1889. viz : David L. Conrad of Canaveral -
certain lot of land situate in the town of boxes pink wrapper*.are a danger.Tl .. the company shall he to furnish abstracts hd. No. 1:1151: ; for the east i of
counterfeit. Send 4e. um t.-r
one ( | <
CURIOUS THINGS OF LIFE. of title and other information the title
Titusville, county of Brevard and State of particulars and"Kellef for Ladle*."i. as to north east 4 j north west i of north east
letter, by return mail. 10.OOU tvMlmonlaUtrom location character and value of landsin
Florida,and being in lot one of section three LADIES who have uied tbem. Name Paper. 4 see. 14 and lot 2 see. Township 2!2:
One of tho watch dogs at the railroad station the counties in which it do business.
( ) south of t'Mclie8terClteniIcalCo.JlladisonSqvriiila.rs- may south
(3)township twenty-two ((22), rangethirtyfive i range ;37 east.
in Portsmouth, Va., was killed by beingrun ----- '}. The amount of the capital stock of the
known and describedas He
((35)) east, names the following witnesses: to
over. His mate went to the place where :. shall be fifty shares of one hundred
S.IaLf
SHERIFF'S -
follows: Beginning at a point on the company prove his continuous resideii'-e upon, and
ho was buried dug him laid a piece of
up dollars each, to be paid in full.
up
side
east of cultivation
of said laud.iz
Washington avenue, twentyfive Under and l Itv virtue of execution issued :
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meat by his side and then went away.A an 4. The shall
feet south of the intersection of said corporation commence on James M. Webber, Orlando Quaitermaiu : -
of the Scveuth
of the Circuit Court
line of Brewer (Me.) woman, while hanging out out the dnits articles of association are filed Nathan
east said avenue with the south: line N. Penny and Henry Wilson
Circuit of Florida for llrevard
of the station grounds of the Jacksonville.Tampa her wash,discovered what appeared to be a county cause, with the Secretary of State, and continuefor of Canaveral Fla.
and patch in tho hem of a skirt, and, investigating upon a judgment J jlierein: given in a hn'utv'ean;. 51
Key West Railway Company S. C. TuCKEir. Register.
from said of found it to be a $5 bill, which she had wherein henry Ik-rnlieiin :and t i ilstave "). Thc"o"mcer by which the business of
point beginning run cast one
hundred feet thence south thirty feet long before sewed into the hem for safe keep- Hex inger, ("(I-"rtnl'J1' as Ilcrnlieim, KexinjrerA the company will be m nJgedhalJ: be three X 0'1';Ct:.
; ; and : Co., of Cincinnati, Ohio, were plaintin's -
forgotten.A directors
ing who for the first shall be the
year
thence west one hundred feet to the cast and Joshua F. Lewis defendant I LAND OI .GAINESVILLE..:, )
line man whilo eating lettuce in a Boston restaurant was incorporators below signed. The directors
Washington thence March :;Otb 1S8U.
avenue; run /
!have levied and will svll at public
north came upon a pieco of gravel so sud- upon shall be elected) each subsequent year, on
the line of
along east Washingtonavenue in front of the II(1aC door Notice i is that the following
outcry, Court at hereby given -
the first in The directors
denly that it snapped a tooth off. lie sued Tuesday April.
to the starting point; together with Titusville the fir in named settler has Iiled( notice ot his
1'?
: in., on Monday of
all and tho proprietor of the restaurant for $500 shall elect tw/ their number to be president -
singular the tenements, heredita- May, A. I). Itssi n, the following personal intention to make dual proof in supportof
and damages. The judge gave the case to the and secretary of the company, and the
ments appurtenances thereunto be to-wit The interest of the saidJ. his claim, and that said proof will be
jury. The latter found out what an entire property, : latter shall also perform the duties of treasurer. -
longing.Dated. F. Lewis in the schooner boat known as made before A. A. Stewart. Clerk Circuit
of falso teeth would cost and made also such
set new They may employ agents
this 2oth day of April A. D. 18S9. Titusville. Fla.
Court
,
that the figures of their award. the Ruby" Iyesaidinterest beinir estimatedat as are necessary to transact the business: of at on Friday May
J. P. TmNrn, 6200. 24th. 18S9, viz: James M. Webber of Canaveral -
Master Chancery, An Ohio poultry raiser has made a curious JAMES BOWMAN, the company. Fla.. bd. No. 12&33: for file southeast
Robbins & Graham Solicitors for com- discovery. lIe says that if you go out to feeda SheritV. 0. The highest amount of indebtednessor 4 of sec. 11, Township 22 south
plainant. 25t. flock of chickens and will cause them to liability to which the corporation can at 37 east.

wait, they will invariably, as they crowd any time subject itself shall not exceed one- range He names the following witnesses to
about you, begin a circuit around you from JL\ LAHAR CIG. It FACTORY. half the face value of its capital stock.
J. his continuous residence and
M. prove upon,
SAWYER & SON
right to left in front, and continue this revo-
II. C. stare, Proprietor.Manufacturer WALTER S. GRAHAM, cultivation of, said land viz :
stand there. No amountof
lution as long as you GEO. M. ROBBINS, Henry '\ lsou. Nathan N. r UII)'. Or-
Yacht Sail-makers interruption or maneuvering con confuse of fine Havana and Domestic ;04w. MINOR S. JONES, lando Quarterman and David L. Conrad,
them or compel them to take the contrary Trade with fine
Cigars. supplied of Canaveral, :Fla.

84 & 85 South St. New York, direction at any time. hand made poods.; Orders promptly filled. 51 S. TCCKKK. Register.

They tell of a judge in Bsnnington, Vt., Factory at Malabar.. Fla. 28 NOTICE.

AND who, having spoken of buying a safe, was interviewed ------ --- -- --- Notice to Creditors, Legatees mid

FOOT OF 55TH ST., ATLANTIC by two rival agents, each of whom Egret and Heron Plumes and Under and by virtue of an order i issued Distributee.

had so much to say in favor of his own par- Skins, by the lIcf1ort.lJle1illor: S. Jones, County All persons having claims and demands
YACHT BASIN, BROOKLYN. ticular safe that the judge was quite at a loss of Brevard Fla., made
GREEN SALTED ALLIGATOR HIDES Etc Judge county. against the estate of Robert Walker as creditors -
to decide which to buy. In a happy moment on the 1st day of March. 18"S9. udon the legatees or distributees will take no-

ho thought of Burglar Price, whom ho had BOUGHT AT HIGHEST MARKET TRICE. petition oj D. P. Smith. as administrator tice that their claims must be presented to
Particular attention given to Pleasure himself sentenced, and going to the jail he of Frank Smith deceased for an orderto me within two from the date hereof

Boat Sails of all descriptions. 50 obtained this expert safe breaker's opinionand Prompt Remittances.-Address sell tne land of the said deceased for or the same will years be barred, and persons indebted -

AI then gave the order. J. K. CILLEY & CO., the bayment of his debts and distribu- to said estate will make payment to

\ J. PRITCHARD, President. In Brazil there is a tribe called Caf usos, 52 Xo. 70 Gold street, New York. tion. I will on Mondav. the first dayof me. E. GALE,

which has sprung into existence by marriage April. A. D. 1889, "in front of the Administrator of Robert Walker, late of
W. M. BROWN Cashier. between the long, stiff haired natives and the Court House door in said county, between Dade deceased.
county,
imported negro slaves. As might be expectedfrom GRAND VIEW HOTEL| the usual hours of sale sell at pub- April 1, 1889. 51-Sw.
INDIAN RIYER BANK. the admixture of these extremes, tLispeople lic aucti Jii. to the highest bidder, the fol-

hair of extraordinarykind. described lands the
4 possess a very lowing belonging to AGENTS WANTED. (Only $%.7L,
It rises perpendicularly from the head TITUSVILLE, FLA. estate of said Frank Smith, deceased situated

Titusville, Florida. in thick, curly masses, and forms a wig: of iii said Brevard county, to wit : EARTHSEAiSKV
such enormous dimensions that the possessors -0-- Lot 1 and'N. K | of NT.V.. J sec. 3.

A CEHERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRAN must stoop low when entering their huts.iJJS Township 30, South Range 38 east and or Marvels of the Universe; a graphfo description at
The most centrally locate I Hotel in City. lot I. sec. Township 29, South Range the wonderful things In Nature; thrilling adventures
SACTED. on Land and 8* -renowned discoveries of great explorer
Tc :I.asIn tJf' ':-, -:. 38 east containing 150 acres ; Lot 4, Sec. ,. I'uMUned in k.nteu tu.U terman. m po\6l'....

Exchange bought and sold. Special and Mrs. Your.---; ." ;"* I1::':.:..- .. "'-.::(' thedinner -0- 10. Township 35. South Range 40 east illustrations.: circulars and A GREAT extra terms' BOOK to agent TO BEX.L.1Ua Illustrated :.

= ttatdtentlon given to collections. Loans toda; NEW HOUSE. FIRST-CLASS IN containing 64.50 acres. Terms cash- Purchaser FOBSlIEfi A MeHAIUX, Cincinnati. O.

mortgage for Savings Mr. Youim]; >ir.::,:I- .'-J!; 0: i:- !' to pay for titles.
? ?'Corporations and Individuals. Interallowed .-. EVERY RESPECT. PERFECTCOFFEEMAKER.
e* on time deposits. Mrs. Y. q:.i udiy1V. ; This March 1st. 1SS9.D.
, Mr. Y.-VVi.; -..1\- .1 '.t""' 1 aalnd P. SMITH .
! Advances made upon available collateral. John for th'.Mioc'Mr: -TA .,. 11 > Open.all the year round. Table unsur Administrator of the estate of Frank A new Invention for making
Approved business paper discounted. '. passed. Bath Rooms Free. Coffee and Tea,better tkam anj-
Drafts on all parts of Europe. Smith. now In oaet ana JI of the
Business done at Jacksonville rates. !l"*vi-rii Vi."- f'f The above Sale i iq postponed until J Coffee and eaa be aNd with anything

Every favor consistent with sound Oh. mytdrYI.L... ;. ,.,' .ta5. Rates, $2.5O & $3.00 per Day. Monday: May 6th. the same being the sent Coffee by or mall Tea for Pot.'Sample will be

banking, cheerfully extended. In the! a wiutiT. 'ue \J-lr; I I SPECIAL RATES PER WEEK. first Monday in the month. tend stamp for full AprcnU/ WaotIn

OOn RESPOsDEN'fs: Bank Jacksonville, And i..::t, a:*"'vm i..v e l.t'-js WALTER S. GRAHAM. and other fast selling articles.
. acksonvllle Fla Lsrtryrfl.-.r Ufr. IJ Commissioner. ft IIcMuln, aacJ natJ. .
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&n&t.ew 40rk.;' ; The Seaboard national 23 : ,.1.. MILLER, Proprietor. .

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,:3 LOCAL LACSICS.Mr. 1 I -Mr Decker expects to move into Coritiratfd from Page ..

iad Mn. F. B. JSackett *nd oa,J I the new hotel some time next week. i I itself is not quite the thin;. Dancing is AnnOllncem nt Extraordinary!

of Heath arrived in town Moadsr.llr. 1 -Dr. H. F. Hoogbtoa aDd wife re-1 the true poetry of motion,and it impartsto .

A- C. Gardner, of the "Bazaar,"I 1I tamed from their trip to Georgian last,: allwbo indulge in it a cheerfulness

: S is on & badnf l trip V> Xew York tbi i Friday. and pleasure. which i* charming: to be- To the Citizens of TitusviUe and People of Indian P tr aWe

I- Wee-L. !I wiz. and x... B. W. Baxter started boliOa ;

.,.: _J&aeyJfouy// _..J.'AIIJ." '.' to !* for the north going rvz 5t Augustine; the whole everything was carried With to Inform You iLtt Wt- Hast
!' : out as it should be appeared
Jut Fn.arAfter ; everyone
.
r: Joan OQ real estate. Apply to Bobbins ;; :;:;

& +Graham, Titu rile.CoL ;!( attending the Teachers* In=ti- tie pleased at the loo-amn-emenv provided, and Just Received a Large Consignment of Gooi

iate last week 3fi-s Katie Hamilton of g'aeste
GraTer returned bone Ian Sat j: ,
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lug the picture of happiness at having
1 urday. He ttzrt&d for Jacksonville j jagain | City Point visited her friends at Mini*. Direct from: New York, -
::4 spent a) enjoyable an evening, hoping:

:; Monday morning j j for several &yCapain !. hat it would not be ]long ere such another Which we -JialleU at Lowe -: Price*. Cal] and *-xainiiH"Tr; r ...."i* a i.* '.1

14t'" a Biter Fronts for sale on easy term= i 1 Hawley has been making: pleasant party would be broaght raeciioa and you Till Ur cocvjtifTKJ: bat i it }'"/j- t, tr4tt -Mfa.'I ,

c ;. for cafeb. S&e AV.. Hivjoek, Georgians, j!I varies* improvement around his toy together at The Carlt-ton." trC"THE

.; Fla. He buHEeMr. *. little cottage and alp planting out a
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; meant ; J Most of -eitlements: on the river BAZAAR"
turf of Bermuda ;
.; Geo. Eri,*y. -srbo ha? been down ; gras% were represented: at the ball.

; ... i' at bit place at Tropic for orce time p2..t 1 1l' -St'xt Monday i* an important legal] The ball room and sl-o tbe adjoining
;. ale da. 'd e-from the sale of landadverti&ed *- Ladiepara-* 1=. :Tia ,..Qbnn.t..i :.1.-nu-, : :: '_ <.. .... .,
t returned to town la-: we k. ,. rim; were very :.a : ally decoratednrith handkerchief.-+ir-b1nC.. ;.,.,. rt.-- L'_:::'.". i........-_- ..._":_- ..-.. _,_. .*..._.., .. 3 t
for taxe? there will! be ;n'ra.1
./. r. -The sale; of DeleFpine Grant bas been j jJ evergreenand: beautiful! Sowerby 3Ir.
other ale l ? of lesser iraportasce.Mr. Itn and '.thinr. hau dre ar2d f ac&tlMr.: : tJ : L...
Idner. to whom rreat i- due for boy'- -> n.vr; .tto: "
praise i
:. 1 postponed: and will not take place Heat 1T \ amt *
.. : wear bon-[ ei>dfr-. h.ndkerchiet. : *adveni.41. Ned Brown, of Lake;: "Worth ar- his untiring exertion- makinguch: an
'l) tit'dlaHday a wa1-t.
( ;b. -. -The report of hat Saturday' picnic I i j rived in Titusvjlle Sunday morning on artistic display. Hon Furai-hirg: -TaHe linen dcyhe.ail eiock rrlamoraTe. oDfcrk a3!fTtt1aYllt )Ii

;. f at the aulorer unavoidably beld''j bit way to Indian Territory. He expect? The mu-ic was *spji3ied by Mo-r. knave., -. paint and while vzi'b bru,Le-. Etc.

1R i to make that bi* hose, bat be may vet Wager and Ender wb were kindly add .. ,
I, over until our next i. ue. Notion--n-. '''rh rii'rr"r=. .tz!,' f' l : ';;n. LI ". L::" l"rihloin.
i return to Florida. by Mr*. R. W. Andrewand to .... t'b.1 {:. T.aTi:1"i.! .. .-, tt/: i.v .
.: Oyster wt-JI lime of A 1 quality j.jofered r "r
| Captain S. A. Day, of the Fifth Ar the .oft ia-piring -:rbin- of the excellentinoaic
c ,4 for tale by J- S. Waty of El \ --::::::::'
.' j tillery, with headquarters a: New York, poured forth the merry party FFCIAIa OFFER
.
( Dora. Price furnished on application.Tbe .
has. been spending a few dayat the tripped he light farta-tic" until the New Varieties Peaches and Plums, $10.00 per 100 ;
usual benirein be held at the end of the dacce trben ball ended .
tbe
I Gr.md1 \'r. He war' a \j-itfJr to Indian ordf'Wf''re June trill be sri ked ffa]] di]ivry t: air..rn<* i<.r acrfoll'.iriirr .,.ftit
'I;, Episcopal church at Irl. /l ,/<:1od:. Son- by 3Ir. W. B. B ach. of O-ona.
sinking vBrirtie-
1 Hirer about three years ago. : : liidwell"Esrly and Latt. Arl .n-.n. UidTreil"Jmjr' P
day morning. Evening rvice at;:39.t "Cling toc, Ltle! One: Ever.** This waloudly = honey: and Pt"D1r. Pearhe: : Ke1.ey.: at-nrm;a.an HIt] ether Ja1'ancr p; ::., btid W l'{
Captain C. F. Fibber returned from ., tIn Peach c.: Pau, ..if.C'kL.. 1.rr.errkf: ;:e'r' :c' ;..'_T ;rt1 L:=L T--L-. }I.I F't'rftl
/ -Mi-* \bite Martin, of Merritt case 1, his two weeks' trip down the river ia-t ] a::.d eutha-a-l3cally:: 'iv.r /. and with e-rde.. bain] "el *-f''rfcipnj<-2t.:: !>-: >..r.r: ..2 ( ,.C,:. Meil. r::-.'., ;*rtcR.Helbonrne. '
7> ,: up on the rt. Lade yesterday, and ]! in rep'>: -< ije an2; *Aditru, Adieu Kind ,
!. Friday morning. Capt. and Mr Fi cberantidpate JOHN B. BEACH. Indian Riser Nurseries Fla.
; started tbe train for the north. Friend- iitu.1 This also
c D noon : < era applauded *u
] leaving here for Nero York.n .
-Mr. W. H. Eed. who b cr been -laying their yacht, about the lOtb iD-l. the amusement ended, and dancer- V i

at Canaveral during the winter. {! left the ball- .>'ja--ome t > retire to bed Traveling North or South take theJMallory
-Married. on theeceninzofThur-day.
started for bit home at S.i"oin.et, Ma- many to leave in tbd yachtand a
| the ltb day of April, by Rev. J. Foy, Wednesday.In + large number to pit: in chair, promenade : S. S. Line
t ; .t Ir. Fred Iyley to MrDonie Finigan, : sry
the deck. ** ,
or tak* a nap8 in nook
;. I con*equence of tbe TAK staff attending -1 of Titu ville, Fla. The couple have the :; any V'ia Fern.a.n.d.i.n.a. between l
:
iJuld.
: or corner the (; di*liver on V ard
; the regatta and ball at Melbourne I-! best wither of the STAB and their
i
many the -teainer }{{.JCklt'dtunti1: they arrived New York and Florida Boston Philadelphia and the East
1' tbe publication of this paper: wa i f riettd-. I h.
at their destination.i .
i i
.. postponed until Friday. I -Captain W. B. Watson ba been in i t i mi SaLitz- in

f ', There will be a festival at Courtney Jack nville! the pat week and we bear -Tbe STAB i- $!.>) per annum in ;, FROM :NEW: YORK CITY. *:*ROM FEnSASIHS.fr'
tbe 7tb in-t. for tbe benefitof i I P1TE Si. I. t ETELT IAY'D'nI. tonIII' HAtT JTZEI nirr."I'1L
i on Tuesday, tbe rumor that be it i going north to attend i: advance.
The Iron Steam-hip STATE OF TEXAS, CITY OF AN ANTONIO
tbe Episcopal Church. Cordial invitations to the contracting of three new i .. ; RIO GRANDE ? lad

s-l are extended to all. steamers for Indian River to be u-ed the 1 Icoming Card of Thank S& Are large, elegant, deep-draft and comfortable, ailing alternately. T k. fIl

b -Rer. Mr. Bprouli, (if JackronvjlJe, winter seeaw n.31r. I I! The member? <.f St. (;ahriel'- Church the best on the CVt. It

: i 1 held dedicatory Mrvice at the Preby j Jas. E. Bowman starts for Atlanta : returnincere at.d hearty thnn-- to the SCHEDULE. h

_, tartan Church Sunday a< announced in j' ]last Friday tn undergo treatmentfor : Tltu..villf Oj>eraO.ruparty for their kind- I XCJRTH-EorsD, from Fernandina connecting- with ii:4{) p. ra. train frog JxDo1a _

the Jut number of the STAR. cataract forming upon bi right eye. JI j n in tendering; the prtx-eed- their ville. tJCln.

:- ::1t -Mr. and Mn. George W. Eddy I Hit physician will be Dr. Calhoun, the f! entertainment to Episcopal Church. OF SAX ANTONIO. Captain Wilder................Tbur-iay.: April: Isti.

i STATE OF TEXAS. Captain William.................... ti.
will shortly leave for Jupiter, where celebrated eye pecialistof the: Ii I CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder.............._ May 2ai
r they will, probably, remain at the Signal j\i treatment will require about ten days it I II worthily bown by the net:: amount of $>J STATE OF TEXAS. Captain William*.................... 9ti it

,\ .Service office for twelve month I I is thought. I above all exp'nwhich reduces the CITY OF SAN ANTONIO, Captain Wilder.............. .. 15t1.

: : The Town Clerk }gas received the 1 I -There was a meeting of the Titu- church indtbiedce almostt* a min- ; >s .irdtr ..ll"nt 1'iA }h:.H--&tLli Le from Arc So :I E F.. cN'TWL toyr'S.caul .
'
:.. .' if tags required by law to licence; the d
.: ; of Titufcville. Owners of dog iS are requested Wednesday evening, at which it wa decided -!I a -tt-roou.l *d.LC5 lrtl:. ac jr!-3 :a >dT tr* frot: JacYKTril ADd Fertariiza.intr., :1
k ; For Sale. ---Tn.1hf from F P. k N. II y ru dir'+ctlr to Lip c n d t' a.t Fcrusdua. .
f- to apply for licence tag<,it once. upon conference to leave tbe question j i .3..Aiij fartLr information an b! oi! hitf-d J trra
J' Millinery, Dre_- Making. Fancy Good- i J. M (.TTI.I: .. PUHLgU' AJt't t. rr.tr Ba ud Hefts trtt. ;.l'lKL11k. F.a.
of the
r.- -J. A. Dur-t, of Crescent City the town purchasing the sch<+ol) |I and Notion E-Lihli-hment.; on Washinston G.. E. HUBBY !\itiit. FrrtaidiLa: II*.
d: j. "t'JJ inker of theta of Florida building from the association to a vote ,. H. H. RAYMOND. G -L :r&J Tr Thiy \e ,I-
f. pioneer -* A Titu-ville. Fla. A well established -I IION 4: GEAY Aeenu.. Titt:svitle,Fl*.
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.'; I IK now operating at Melbourne Beach, of the people, and an election for that bu-ine. clean stock, neat and well

",:- r f i where all correspondence may be ad- purpose; will beheld horlly. I disposed : i i C H MALLORY & CO. General Apts. PiEr 20 E. R. m YORK CM :

e dreaped and information be obtained.Mr. -A spark from a flue caught on the : ground l(>':1- -nu; ,.,
E. H. Wager, accompanied by water tank of the Grand View Hotel'f rea-son* will l>e given for 5ellin Addre 'i; ;

.< : ''' Mewns. Hawley, JJewey, Watson and Sunday about noon, where it smouldered ,I )lrlS. 11. A. Scri>tcp.our I*, O Box 204.Tituville :Ii I I Olycle gtea/m ship Oo. ,

ka JlcXaulty, in his new yacht Xaiade, and had commenced to homo e :I, --_--.' -, Fla.Absolutely. i i II New York, Charleston & Florida Lines.

,' 4 started at $::/) Tueviay morning for Melbourne enough:: to indicate fire when di-covered. :' j I The this Line
Magnificent Steam-hip sail follow
are appointed to as :
: f
to attend the regatta; and ball. Mr. Gus Miller hastened to the room j I (Standard Time.) .

on the econd story adjoining the tank :' ROYi j!
-One of the locomotive-* this division I

raA i being disabled by a leaking boiler, and with a pitcher of water which naghandy .i 4! I j I From Jacksonville to :New York. For Jacksonville.

the companion !locomotive<< had to do all readily extinguished the would- : Dlrt'C't n
; i i 1I' QrOI.> Thp.dsy.pnl 4. at 7 a. m { or eailtg it ChwlencrKWINOLh.
14 the work yesterday until another engine be conflagration. Had there been much I' F LMEHyTrcwoee r I I Tt.nr&dprll 11. at noon :, 3rfl OLE. FnJr. April 5. at 3 r. a
further ] with uch ROYAL i CHEK-'KEE. .saidayl April 14. it V 1'tr. CH. BOKUw TT4h da T. AI"JI.. at C J!. *
delay furious wind
could be secured to take the disabled r jne'-. a !_ IRaQUOInrjuli.T.. April 1- at ?J50 a. in. IK'-QUoIs Friday Ajni I:. at 1 p. a 1-
I II
it i i'5 doubtful if the fire would not have I # !sL5IIXOLt. Saudar. April 21. at ? a n.. SLM1NOLE. Tee.lay AjiU 't. as : Ta.
.' place. CHEEORIX. TLu* ar. April 5. *t noon CHLrOKEE, Fnda. April 19, a' 3 r. a :.t
ir bad it*own way and consumed the build I I 1EOQUOI-. !'Iuv ay. April _'. at 1:31 p. in IEOvroI Tnodav, April :a. 3 p. a II'
"(" -Rev. A. W. Sproull will hold service! ing. SEMIN.)LE, Tit n-"dar.: May :. at S: 0 a. m E VlXOLE.Fndy," Ajnl :9. a: 3 p. a

"f;: at Hock Ledge church next Sabbath C
on
From Fernandina to New York.
.' t' -Mer: J. S. Watson & Co. Ntbe The tkcur_ fll-\t\.Ua&M: 1"DUS.:IE: .tic t
May 5th, at 11 o'clock a. m. All are DFT \WAP.E, Tn H3aT. Apnl ''. at 6 a ra hare len: mrb.. led to rail at Cfcarlti'n Rill *
'style of a new firm organized General ..
.
a-s VE3LASSEE. 2
.: incited *to attend. Resident Merrill's TT1t"M2prU \ at 1 a m ooLUnce the CLarlwton Ferrite and call at wdabELASS
'w on Commis.-ion! and Forwarding Merchantat LL Tne=daT. AjrilJi. at E; a. u icgtcn.. N.C.. bath north and eoathboatL:
Inland alw l invited be t ,
f. are, ), to pre-
y'. fect. this place, with beadqua ter- at Citi "

zen wharf. They intend to handle all': For Information Regar Iinn Freight and Pa,:age, apply to f
r N Fearfully equally winds from the kind-of vegetable fruits and J A. LJ>;LIE. Afc#ct. JaVf'u\ill* 1. .
r produce: i : : G. IGU: TrifSt 'iaraer. 3 Broadwaj.TEAI Sew Snrt; .
_. wet prevailed last Thursday: Friday iJ J .\ *. Ait-t. Fr -taL/t1La
}
: 'w generally; also keep on hand crate and J-JHS L .
HOWARD
4KI$0I iI T. F. A. J.ttlrNlrllih. F. XI IRO\lIO\Glr.. T P. A.. JATM. wl:onT e.
, i: .. Saturday and Sunday, sometimes the boxe} lime cement and fertilizer- Withlirope !J I I*. CI.YDE A. CO. General Asent35 Krnadir.aNew lurk I]
r' a,i ; wind reaching the velocity of that of a .
it
that
i ; management seems to u* a 1 I
gale I a I mu*t. The Signal I Service announced Iuoneof! this kind will profitable to -

l it era owing; to a heavy ttorrn !-hipper a* well a. to the new firm. By I! ROBBINS & I

r. extending up the Atlantic coast, reaching handling fruits in large quantities they POWDER j GRAHAM, .j
can certainly secure cheaper freight rates i I : J
x as tar a-s Wilmington, Del and save delay**, in this way alone bene-I f fi .r "'

L*" -TIle merchantMay week and Convention fitting; the Chipper more than the c'm.I I i Pure. |! .

-, of Southern TravelerA'ocia- miion would amount to. !f t i REAL ESTATE BROKERS & LOAN AGENTS
Thw poirdf-r o" v*'- vane \ ra"n'.l of pi-ntr :
?.' tion at Savannah commencing on the *'trtD: r. Cocoa.A than tl.p o ?JlIlar\ ki: aai i cannot be sold in i
.a r 6th of May and continuing until the 11th coujp utK'a With. ta.- ;n-ilutii'li <.: low t..t. short
int, promises to be a grand affair. Low number of Cocoa and Rockledge weight, clam nr Jho"Iat.- j.i''d"r Sold only in *
people! atttended the May Day Ball at ran, Ioja113akLL: I'fJ..dHCt1.. *0' Wall :;street t
, q ,'. excursion rates hare been placed on all MelUjurne. XPW York: LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD. ,

railroad, tbe fare from Titus\ille to :Savannah
;'." and return being $0.6.3, good to Capt. Circle, in his loop O-eeoJa. THE Loans Negotiated on First Class Security at from !12 to 24 per cent :
reached Cocoa
,
.. : on Tuesday with a large
:) return until the 12th inet. Undoubt- load of freight. Choice lot* in rapidly growing Town, will net investors 100 percent

'{: e
i will attend. by Mr. and \Iri''. T. Booth and Mr. Hal- j Residence lot.in Titus ville from $20 up to $1000.) ) .

-... -On Sunday morning considerable! dock on the ocean beach. They sailed to Now Open Business lots from $250 to $2,500. ,

%: : i, surprise was depicted on the counten 3Ielbourne Tuesday the little BIos-ie" for
Florida
f ances of many when they observed that Mr. Lipp, the Cocoa shoemaker, has And has on hand a Fine Assortmentof Agents Southern Railway Lands,
had the lower floorof his residence fitted
.
5. very little water was i!'\".!uing from the .
up an his pfaoe-shop and has moved from More than 3,000,000 Acres of Choice Lands located
in
#r recently-erected! ornamental top affixed his old stand in tile Wood building into FRESH DRUGS county in the State, suitable for Farming nearly every :
Grazing Fruit and Vegetable
; to the artesian well pipe. Various conjectures his new shop. ,:
Growing-Pine
Cypress and Cedar
Timber, .price $1 Acre andupwards.
were hazarded as to the cause, The two sloops Sparkle and Mattie S. PATENT MEDICINES, per

bat on Sunday afternoon all uneasiness have returned home after a pleasant PERFUMERY, P. 0. Box 250

was set at rest, fur this frail zinc orna cruise of about two weeks with parties on POWDERS, Titusville Florida. .
each of them under the charge of Mr. HAIR BRUSHES,
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mental dish
went by tbe board and Travis and Captain Schoonmaker. TOOTH BRUSHES A. A. STEWART GEO. BOBBINS f
They WALTER S. GRAHAM.
fell into tbe water. It is now in the road a most And all other article Clerl \
spent enjoyable time and had fine Usually kept by \Circuit Court. Atty. at Law. 3L H
where we suppose it will remain until sport. Druggists.Everyone. ;

Much time as our worthy aldermen deem The 7th of May is the time set for the is cordially invited to call BREVARD ABSTRACT
it fit' to erect a more substantial, ornamental festival at Courtney for tbe benefit of and Orders inspect from our stock.distance OF TITLE COMPANY. ;
and higher one to take the place the Sew Episcopal church at that a promptlyfilled.
i ,. of IJ o fragile an article that corroded in The festival is under the management place.of Prescriptions carefully compounded Complete Abstracts of Title furnished to all lands In Bre- :
eo short a time and which really never Mrs. John Sams and others, and will be A share of the Public Patronage is respectfully yard county Florida. 1

was' "*'a thing of beauty nor a joy for held in the vacant house of Prof. W. H. solicited. Titles Examined
and Perfected.
erer. Peck at Courtney.
J. B. SC EVEN
Druggist. 1 Box 250 Titusville
Fla.
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