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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 8, 1890
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
 Record Information
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: UF00075901:00202
 Related Items
Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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E!. .= TITUSVELLE, FLA., THURSDAY, MAY S, 1890. NO. 3.






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i 'Standard Milk, 1.10 GeorgiaChecks, 51 z cents per yd.




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Happy hammock, Heath, Mr. Hersey -Rev. J. N. Mulford and wife, 3Irs. gave a dance at the station which was a -Dr. Dodson's family arrived in town
LOCAL LACONICS. "brought down" a very fine deer. It Hood, Mrs. Brelsford, Mr. Wra. Cluett, very enjoyable affair. There were more from Emporia Wednesday night,and

'ROUND ABOUT US. was brought to the Indian River Hotel :Miss Mary C. Cadly and Master Sanford young ladies present than at any previous are now located un the Branning cot-
"c.:- THE HAPPENINGS where the guests are doing justice to Cluett arrived here from Palm Beach dance given in that neighborhood. tage, on Main street. '
: Current Eventa of Our Town and Suburbs venison steak. Wednesday last, and left next day for and the boys were happy.
; Money! Money 11 III to
Money
.f .. Briefly Epitomized.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. 0. S. Porter arrived their respective homes north. Dr. Brels-
-Another alarm of fire at the Indian loan on real estate. Apply to Robbins &
:f R. W. Andrews,of Melbourne, here Friday night from their place at ford, who accompanied them as far as River Hotel caused considerable com- Graham, Titusville, Fla.

'5:. is in town to-day. Lake Worth, and left again, Sunday, for Jacksonville, returned here last night. motion about 9:30 Sunday evening. The -The STAB can be found at Dr.

-Mrs. Bravo has been quite sick the Sanford, on their way to Tallahassee, -The steamer Georgiana did not ar- oil lamp in the lavatory-either from Screven's news stand, Titusville at E. C.
I:. past week, but is now up and about thence to Virginia, Washington and rive until after twelve o'clock last Fri- being too full or not cleancausedan Johnson's, Cocoa, every week.J. .
again."Rev.. other places north to spend the summer day night, having waited at Melbourne explosion, and had it not been .
: A. Durst, of Crescent the
J. N. Jones leaves here tomorrow months. until nearly five o'clock for the steamer discovered in time, it is very probablethe City
well-sinker
f pioneer of the State of Florida
>: morning for Osteen, where he -Mrs. S. M. Lorimier and daughters, which came up from the lower river. above hotel would have been a thing ,is now operatingat Lake Worth, Fla.,
will preach in the new Methodist church. the Misses Susie and Laura, and also There were a good many passengers on of the past. Fortunately] help was where all communications be ad-
k Captain C.'F.- Fischer is in town Master Joe, arrived at the Indian River board, and the commissariat departmentwas promptly on the spot, and a couple of dressed and information received.may *
Hotel, Thursday evening last, from taxed to its utmost to feed all. pails of water extinguished the rapidly-
evening
again arrived Saturday -:
t., having Orleans. His Jacksonville, and will now remain per However, Capt. Bravo and Purser Watson spreading flames, which did no damage.As M. B. Bunnell, bricklayer and
from his trip to New :
sea plasterer, is prepared to take contracts
in manently. We gladly welcome Mrs. were on hand with their genial usual, buckets were difficult to find,
friends were pleased to see him again Lorimier and daughters to Titusville.Mr. smile, and all went along as smooth as a and Mr. Hutchinson, who saw the great anywhere on Indian River. Addressall
town. bell. danger of losing his hotel fire owingto communications to Titusville, Flori
: H. B. Hersey has been appointed marriage by '
i been da.
has stayIng
-Mrs.Gus Miller, who 29
: husband at Jupiter for ticket agent for the popular Clyde -Mr. Treutler's steamer, Maggie Dil- being without the necessaries to extinguish -
with her
I here last night line of steamships, with headquarters at lon, of Eau Gallie, Capt. Jno. Houstonin any conflagration "in the nick Notice.Six .
\. some time past, returned wishing to have of time," has decided to have water bar-
Titusyille. Parties command, arrived here Sunday afternoon
and al.t weeks after date hereof
with her little daughter, Lilian I will apply
rels and buckets placed floor
t" staterooms reserved should write or call with the following passengers on on every to Hon. Minor S. Jones, county judge of ,
Jupiter.Mr.
-so a lady friend from upon Mr. Hersey, who has diagrams of board: Mr. and Mrs. Treutler, Mr. and ready for use in cases of emergency. Brevard county, Florida, for letters of administration *
H. J. Tiffin, of Montreal,arrived furnish full informa LOCALS CONTINUED ON cum tatcanento annexo of
SUPPLEMENT.
will
steamers, and Mrs. J. 0.Walton,Mrs.W. H. Gleason,
> here Thursday last and left for his Henry R. W. McBride, late of said county,
t tion. Mrs. Knapp, and Messrs. Wattles, )Ic- deceased. The said deceased having
: place at Courtney next day. The many to -Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Wilder, who Millan, Brainerd, Menzel and Claude ROCKLEDCE SCHOOL named no executor of his last will and tes
frieuds of Mr. Tiffin will be pleased tament.
have been at their place down the river Walton. Mrs. Knapp and 3Iessrs. Report for the :Month of April.
river. This, May 1st, 1890.
c welcome him again on our the Treutler, Menzel and Wattles] left for Star in recitation and
for some time past, came up on : pupils-average CIIAB.T. rcDRIDE,
-Dr. F.I.Wellef1ofCbelseal\1ass., Georsiana Friday night, and left the fol the north Tuesday morning. The others conduct not below 98 per cent.-John 3 6t Melbourne, Fla.
was in town a few days the past week. lowing morning for their home in Chica- returned to Eau Gallie Monday afternoon Fultz, Maude Hardee, Ruth Hardee, Ma-
Notice to Creditors.
Legatee
He left Monday, for Jacksonville and Mr. Wilder has been the principal promoter mie May, Eva McDaniel, Rupert Paxton and Distributee

other places on his way home, where he of the regatta Melbourne for -The following members of the Life- Meta Wilkinson, Myra Williams, Flor- All having claims and demands 1

expects to arrive in about a month. the past two years. Saving Station came up on the Georgiana ence Ryder, Stephen Ryder, Louise :. against persons the estate of William IL Benest, sa

-Notice. There will be a meeting of -Mrs. Sinsabaugh, who has been on Friday last: Thos. Mitchell, Titus- Meyer, Bessie Meyer. creditors, legatees or distributees, will take

the Indian River L. A. M. B. S. Mon- a visit to her sister, Mrs. McLellan, the ville; J. N. Waller, Courtney; L E. Roll of honor-perfect in punctualityand to notice me within that their two claims years from most the be date presented hereof

day evening, when the reading of the past winter, left here yesterday morning;! Brunson, New Smyrna; and G. ,YoKing attendance-Heryey Bower, John or the same will be barred,and persona
book, "Mrs. Aleshine, etc.," will be for her home at Brooklyn, N:Y. She Oak Hill. They had been at the Fultz, Ruth Hardee. Mamie May, Eva indebted to said estate will make payment
months; and finished their McDaniel Rupert Paxton, Meta Wilkinson to me. ,
continued. Mrs. M- P. Robbins, president has spent a very pleasant time while here station eight ALBERT F-QUIMBY.
; C. H. Walton,secretary. and her many friends will be glad tc t active season last week., TJie season ,Joe Wilkinson, Myra Williams,Flor- Administrator William II. Benest, late
': ,see her in Titusville again next winter, 'commences 1st of September and endsin ence Ryder,Stephen Ryder,Mabel Ryder. of said county, deceased.
-Messrs. Hersey and McColJoughwent Bessie Louise April 2S, 1890.R .
r hunting Tuesday, and while in the where she is much missed. April. Before leaving Jupiter they Meyer, Meyer.

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9. ., '"'.. THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, MAY R, 1890. ; .


It-. NOTICE. tNOTICE Name I Description. S. T. R.\Acs. raxes and A Child Killed, .

r- IS'HEREBY GIVEN. THAT THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED Costs. Another child killed by the use of
'mtfcUolcl at Public Auction on the (2nd) Second Day of June, A. D. Unknown lot 10, block 22, Titusville................ 3 2235 $2 45 opiates given In the form of Soothing
; and the being the first Monday in said Unknown lot 11, block 22, Titusville...... ......... 32235 2 45 Syrup. \Vh give their chil-
JUundred same
R (1890) Eighteen at TitusVille Ninety, in the County of Brevard, in the State of Unknown lot 4 block 25, Titusville.................. 32235 1 02 dren such deadly poison is surprisin--
the Court-House ,
t' month, at thereof will be to the amounts due for taxes METitus Agt HTTitus lots 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, block 26, Titusville.. 32235 1 57 when they can relieve the child of its
t. Florida, or so much the as together necessary with the costs pay of sale and advertising : METitus, Agt HTTitusall block 27, Titusville.................... 32235 2 82 peculiar: troubles by using Dr. Acker's
herein set opposite to same, METitus, Agt IITTitusW lots 4, 5, 6, block 29, Titusville......... 32235 1 21 Baby Soother. It contains no opium or
'5 cI C Branning lot 15, Bobbins & Graham's addition morphine. Sold by Dixon& Gray, drug-
I F=rr. t.C t( = ;: .t.. Titusville................................. 82235 6 45 gists.
: AE OF OWNER. DESCRIPTION. o: => c:: -"I c a! oi Unknown lot 28, Robbins & Graham's additionto Can't Sleep NightsIs
_.;_> jJ 0 <: E .0 Titusville ..... .......................... 32235 3 93
( the complaint of thousands
i f-4: C E-t UnKnown lot 13, Joynerville addition to Titus suffering

[ ..' Unknown ; 8 e i of sw \ of se J...............:.. .....!13620,34\, 5 $1 57 vile..................................... ..... 32235oo 1 61 from Did you Asthma ever,Consumption try; Dr. Ackers,Cou English hs, etc
; lot 11 Quinbys Map of Aurantia......)38 20 34 4 1 02 Unknown lot 16, Joynerville addition to Titus- Remedy? It is the best
F\ D D E E Houghtling Houghtling lot 12 Quinbys Map of Aurantia...... 33 20,34 5 1 21 ville............. ........................... 35 142 known for all Lung Troubles.preparation Sold
,. Peter houchardgrant..................... 39,20 34 466 9 64 unKnown lot 17, Joynerville addition to Titus- positive on
:I unknown Unknown all lot one of sub div of P F Fon ville......................*.................... 32235 1 42 a Dixon & Gray guarantee, druggists.A at 25c.. and 50c. by
; taine grant................................ 41 2034 406 9 64 unKnown e i of lot 21, Joynerville addition to
r: M Wilbur lot 4............................................ 32035 60 2 45 Titusville ................................... 32235' 1 25
Mary M Wilbur s e J and s w J of n e i............ ..... 42035 127 4 26 unknown lot 22, Joynerville addition to Titus- r
Mary n w J of n e \................................ 4 20 35 40 2 45 ville .............. ............................ 32235 1 42 Duty to Yourself.It l
Unknown
s e i of n e J................................. 42035 40 2 45 unknown lot 23Joynerville addition to Titus- is surprising that people will use a [ "
.. unknown lot 3............................................ 42035 80 4 26 ville ..... ... ...... .............. .. .3 22'35 1 42 common, ordinary pill when they can .
unknown lot 2............................................ 52035 48 2 45 unKnown lot 54, Joynerville;; i addition i to.Tiw --I secure a valuable English one for the
unknown unknown s w I of n w }.................................1120 35 40 2 45 yille......................................... 32235 1 16 same money. Dr. Acker's English Pills .
n e 1 of s w |.................................1120 35 40 2 45 unKnown lot 56, Joynerville addition to Titus- are a positive cure for sick headache and
unknown unknown n w I of s w #............................. 2035 40 2 45 ville......................................... 32235 1 16 all liver troubles. They are small sweet, l
unknown s w I of s wi..... ............................11J 2035, 40 2 45 unknown lot 23, Rerdell's addition to Titusville. 32235 95 easily taken, and do not gripe. For sale !
unknown s'e I I of s w J.................................. 11 20 35 40 2 45 unknown lot 25, Rerdell's addition to Titusville 3 2235 95 by Dixon & Gray, druggists.Is .
unknown n J of s w | of s w 1........................112 20 35 20 1 57 unknown lot 26, Rerdell's addition Titusville 3 22 35 95 r
unknown n e J of s w \.................................|12 20 35 40 2 45 unknown lot 39, Rerdell's addition to Titusville 2235 85
lot 2............................................. 12 20 35 43 2 45 unknown lot 42, Rerdell's addition to Titusville 3 2235' 85 Life Worth Living ?
unknown M Wilbur lot 1............................................. 14 25 35 75 4 26 unknown lot 49, Rerdell's addition to Titusville 3 2235 85
Mary s J of n w i of s w }........................ 32 20 35 20 4 26 unknown lot 55, Rerdell's addition Titusville 3 2235: 1 74 Not if you go through the world a dys-
UnknownPritchard
: & Sweet s of n J of Wm Garwin grant......... o.i unknown lot 56, Rerdell's addition to Titusville 3 2235 3 36 peptic. Dr. Acker's Dyspepsia Tabletsare
i ......... ......... ............................... 2035 500 10 04 unknown lot 61, Rerdell's addition to Titusville 322,35, 85 a positive cure for the worst forms of
W Adams lot 18 Aurantia: .............................. 38 20 35 5 2 45 unknown lot 64, Rerdell's addition to Titusville 3,22,35 85 Dyspepsia i.1cstion, Flatulency and
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T J Curtis lot 100 as shown on map in Volusia I unknown lot 67, Rerdell's addition to Titusville 3122135 85 Constipation. Guaranteed and sold by
county......;...... ........................ 38 20 35 7 2 85 unKnown lot 3, block A, FMier's addition to Dixon & Gray, druggists.
Unknown Peter Fouchard grant............. ...... 392035 74 2 45 Titusvillelot ... ................................. 2235 1 78 I
r. WmMMcCabe&JnoLake B Segui grant..... .,. ................ ..... 44 20 35 108 2 45 unknown 4, block A, Fisher's addition to
5 Segui grant................................. 45 20 35 330 36 62 Titusville................................... 2235 1 78 We Can and Do
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unknown L Crayon rant.,4. 2035 34 1 57 unknown lot 5, block A, Fisher's addition toTitusville. Guarantee Dr. Acker's Blood Elixir,
unknown n of lot 2., 4 2036, 40 2 45 .................................... 32235' 1 78 for it has been fully demonstrated to the
unknown frac section! ...................................16] 2036, 28 1 57 unKnown lot 6, block A, Fisher's addition to ,,0 people of this country that it is superiorto
unknown fracsection.................................... 20 20 36 8 102 Titusville..................................... 35 1 78 all other preparations for blood dis
4 Mrs E Bailey n w J of ii e 1................................. 1 21 34 40 2 45 unKnown lot 7, block A, Fisher's addition to 3122 eases. It is a positive cure syphilitic
Unknownunknown aej....................,....................... 1021 34 160 2 45 Titusville.................................. 35 1 78 poisoning, Ulcers, Eruptions and Pim
n e 1 of s w |................................. 14 21 34 40 1 57 unKnown lot 1, block B, Fisher's addition to I pIes. It purifies the whole system and
unknown se } of s w \ ........... .................. 14 2134 40 1 57 Titusville.................................. 32235 1 42 thoroughly builds up the constitution.For .
unknown '. n w J of s e \................................. 142134 40 1 57 unKnown lot 2, block B, Fisher's addition to sale by Dixon & Gray, druggists.
unknown n ejof se J.................................. 14 2134 40 1 57 Titusville.................................. 322 3 1 42
unknown n e \............................................ 1521 34 160 4 26 unknown lot 3. block B, Fisher's addition to .
unknown n e \ of s e i................................152134 40 1 57 Titusville.................................... 322' 142 XOTICE.In
I unknown s e J of s e j................................. 22 2134 40 2 45 unKnown lot 5, block B, Fisher's addition to Circuit Court for Brevard County and
unknown.J n e } of 11 e j................................. 26 21 34 40 1 57 Titusvillelot .................................... 322 35 1 42 State of Florida. In Chancery.
unknown n w \ of n e J............. ................. 26 21 34 40 1 57 unknown 6, block B, Fisher's addition to ,
unknown S w i of n e \..................,.............. 2621 34 40 1 57 Titusville................................... 32235 1 42 John T. Huntington )
unknown n e i of n w {................................. 26 21 34 40 1 57 unknown lot 7, block B, Fisher's. addition to v?. ..
unknown ; se J of n w J................................. 2621 34 40 1 57 Titusville.................................... 2235 1 42 James Knapp, I
unknown n w J of se |........................... ..... 5 21 35 40 9 64 unKnown lot 1, block C, Fisher's addition to The husband of Jose-
unknown njofswjofnwj........................ 6 21 35 10 1 57 Titusville.................................. 2235 1 42 phine Knapp, deceased -
unknown s e I of s wI.................................. 621 35 40 6 05 unknown lot 3, block C, Fisher's addition to and the Children
unknown '1t n e J of n e J................................. 72135 40 2 45 Titusville.. ................................ 32235 1 42 and Heirs and .Devi-
unknown n w i of n e }.. ....................... ..... 7 21 35 40 2 45 unKnown lot 4, block C, Fisher's addition to pees of said Josephine
unknown S e J of n e }.................................. 7 21 35 40 2 45 Titusville........... .... ................... 32235 1 42 Knapp, and against Order for
unknown : s w I of nvf\................................. 7 21 35 40 2 45 uuKnown lot 5, block C, Fisher's, addition to E. Webster, JosePublication..
unknown n w I of n wi.............................. 8 21 35 40 3 36 Titusville................................... 3 2235 1 42 phine C. Webster,
unknown s w i of n w Jot ................................. 8 21 35 40 3 36 unKnown lot 1, block D, Fisher's addition to Frances W. Darner
unknown 1 sub div sec 16 as per map in des Titusville' .................................... 32235' 1 42 and James :M. Damer,
deed book I page 470................... 1621 35 14 2 85 unKnown lot 2, block D, Fisher's addition to her husband, and S
unknown n w J of n'e J of n e J..................... 1821 35 5 1 57 Titihsville.................................. 3 2235 1 42 against Orloff M. !
unknown s w J of s w }................................. 1921 35 40 2 45 unKnown lot 3, block D, Fisher's addition to Dorman, his Heirs
unknown 8 e J of s w Iwjofswjofsw................................. 19 21 35 40 2 45 Titusville.................... .............. 3 2235 1 42 and Assigns.j
: unknown J....................... 20 21 35 10 1 92 unKnown lot 5, block D, Fisher's addition to ,
Jas N Smith s w J of a e of n wI..................... 29 21 35 10 1 92'' Titusville.................................... 32235 1.12 Whereas it appears by the bill of
S B Wallace, Agent Beginning at Enterprise Road on n unknown lot 6, block D, Fisher's addition to complaint, filed in the above entitledcause
line of s | of n e }, run w 209 yds, Titusville................................... 32235 1 42 that all of the defendants therein
thence s e 100 vds, thence e 209)'ds..J29, 2135 4 3 25f unKnown lot 7, block D, Fisher's addition to reside without the State of Florida
f 8 B Wallace, Agent s J of lot 3, sub-i1iv of n e J of n e }... 29 2135 5 2 45 1"Itusvl'II e.................................... 3: 2235 1 42 that the husband and heirs of Josephine
.' Unknown n w i of n e } ofV J.................... 29 21 35 10 2 45 unKnown lot 2, Block E, Fisher's addition to I Knapp reside at Porto De Plata, in the
S B Wallace, Agent n e } of se \................................. 30 2135 40 5 1C Titusvillelot .................................... 3 2235 1 42 Republic of Santo Domingo; that E. K.
Unknown s w Jof net.................................!.3021 35 40 2 45 unKnown 4, block E, Fisher's addition to Webster resides at Fort Omaha, in the
unknown s e t of n w J............. ..................30 2135 40 2 45 Titusvillelot ....... ........................... 22J35(, 1 42 State of Xebraska; that Josephine C.Webster .
unknown s e lof se }.................................. 3021 35 40 245 unKnown 2, block *F, Fisher's addition to '* Frances W. Darner and James
unknown s w | of s e \.................................!|302135 40 2 45 Titusvillelot .................................... ?_' t",)' 1 42 31. Darner reside at York, Pennsylvania -
unknown s w i of s e jnwjofsejofse.................................'31\2135 40 7 85 unKnown 4, block F, Fisher's addition to I ; and that the residences the
: unknown J......................'322135 40, 1 57 Titusville................................... 22 35 1 42 other defendants arc unknown ; and
unknown n e } of n w J ................................ 33121. 35 40 9 6-1 unknown lot B, as! per map deed book I, page the other defendants are themselves unknown -
Mrs M J WalkerHLBoone e J of lot 1, block 8, Coleman's addi- 506, Titusville.................. ......... 22 35 1 78 :
: tion toTitusville............... .......... 3421 35 G 45 unknown t lot D, as! per map, deed book I, page And whereas it appears further, that
lot 2, block A, Coleman's addition to 506, Titusville,............................ 1 78 said bill is filed for the purpose of effecting -
Titusville.................................... 3421 35 11 85 unKnown lot E, as per map, deed book I, page a partition of the north fourthof
Unknown lot 6, Coleman's addition Titusville 34 2135 1 57 506, Titusville............................ 1 78 the William Garvin Grant in section
Unknown lot 11, block C, Coleman's addition to unKnown lot G, as per map, deed book I, page 2235 37, of township 20 south, range 35 east,
Titusville ................................... 3421 35 1 9; 506, Titusville............................ 1 78 containing 500 acres, in Brevard county,
I' Unknown lot 12, block C, Coleman's addition to) unKnown lot J, a-s per map, deed book I, page 22135 Florida, between complainant and the
Tituayille..................................'3421 35 1 97 506, Titusville. ........................... 1 78 above-mentioned defendants:
Unknown all of block 8, Titus' addition to Ti-, unknown lot L, as per map, deed book I, page .3, It is,therefore, ordered that the above-
tusville....................................... 34 2135 5 56 506, Titusville.....................'........ 1 78 named defendants and all persons claim-
Unknown block 1, Carpenter's addition toTitus, unknown lot M, a'i.per map, deed book I, page 1 ing by, through, or under them do appear
I yule.................................. .342135 3 76 506, Titusville........................... 35 1 78 and answer said bill at the clerks
'Unknown block 2, Carpenter's addition to Titus-I unknown w 3 lot N, as per map, deed book I, office, in Titusville, Florida, on or be-
vine............................................3421! 35 3 76 page 506, Titusville..................... .3. 35 2 14 fore the first Monday in June- A. D.
w Unknown block: 3, Carpenter's addition to Titus I Alfred Smith, Guardian lot bounded n by Robbins& Graham's 1890, or said bill will be taken against
vile.................................... 34 2135 3 K addition, e by Canaveral street, shy them as confessed.
Unknown block 4, Carpenter's addition to Titus-I Tropic street, w by DeLeon street, It is further ordered that notice ot
ville ................................... 3421 35 3 76( Titusville ...........,....................... 10 84 this order be published weekly for the
Unknown block 5, Carpenter's addition to Titus, Alfred Smith, guardian' bounded n by Broad street, e by space of sixty days, in the FLORIDA
/ vile.......................................... 3421 35 3 76( Canaveral street, s by Robbins & I STAR, a newspaper published in Titus
Unknown block 6, Carpenter's addition to Titus- Graham's addition, w by DeLeon ville, Florida, Brevard county.
ville....: ................................... 34 21 35 3 76( street, Titusville......................... 22 35 10 84 Ordered at1'! Chambers. in DeLand,
Unknown w i of block 7, Carpenter's addition Alfred Smith, guardian w J of n e J except land of Jones & Florida, this 24th day of March, A. D.
toTitusville................................ 34 2135 2 4J Ronald...................................... 422135 57 7 85
Unknown s e } of se }........................::......... 2521 36 40 4 26(, Unknown w J of s e J of nV J........................ 20 2 45 1890.JOIN D. BROOM,
Daniel M McInnis s e J of n eland n e } of s e #......... 322136 80 2 45{I Unknown n e J of n w \................................. 22 35 40 2 45 Judge: Circuit Court 7th Circuit of
Unknown n e | of n e J................................. 3621 36 40 2 45 I unknown n w \ of n w J................................ 22 35 40 2 45 Florida.
Unknown... set............................................. 30 2137 160 4 2(I unKnown lot 22 35 44 1 57 true
........................ 160 4 26( I certify that the foregoing is a
Unknown 8 W J................... 3021 37 unknown lot 2235 66 1 57
Unknown 8 W \............................................. 5 2234 40 2 45 unKnown s w ; 3,22136 40 1 57 copy of the order of publication madein
H Q Hawley lot 7 of sub.div. lot 3, block A, Titus 1 unknown s w 1..7, '; 40 1 57 this case.Titusville.
March 26th 1890.
yule......................................... 32235' 4 66( unknown s e ,2236| 40 1 57 ,
A. A. STEWART
Unknown n 50 ft of lots 1, 2 and 3, block E, Ti I I unKnown w \ ,22'36 80 2 45 Clerk.

tusville........ .... ...................... 322 35 11 85 JT&KWCo lot 2............................................. 25 22 37 78 102
Unknown lot 1, block F, Titusville: : ................. 32235 4 26( Unknown all that part of Delespine Grant n of ,34 ROBBINS & GRAHAM,
49IOvNOTICE.
Unknown lot 2, block F, Titusville................. 32235 4 26( strip 28...................................... 22352320 11 85 Solicitors for complainant.
Unknown lot 3, block F, Titusville................. 322,35, 4 26( John N LakeUnknown ........ .......................................... |1341
Unknown lot 4, block F, Titusville! ................ 3 22,35 4 26( strip 5 Delespine Grant...... ............ 23,3510SO 4 66 .
Unknown lot 5, block F, Titusville................. 32235, 4 26 .......................h......................... 134 All concerned will take notice that, six
i Unknown lot 6, block F, Titusville................. 3 2235 4 26 strip 9 Delespine Grant................... 23351060 4 66 months after date, I will present mj final
Unknown lot 7, block F, Titusville................. 32235* 4 26( John N Lake ...................... ............................. \34 account to Honorable Minor S. Jones,
M E Titus lot 1, block H, Titusville................. 322.35' 1 O strip 12 Delespine Grant................. 23 351070 4 66 County Judge of Brevard county, Florida,
UnknownUnknown lot 1, block KTitnsville.................. 3,22'35',, 1 57. John N LaKe .................................................... 134 and pray for an order dismissing me from
lot 3, block K, Titusville................. 32235'' 1 57; strip 14 Delespine Grant....... ......... 351100 4 66 the further execution on the estate of JohnE.
Unknown lot 1, e sub-div. block 4, Titusville..... 32235 7 81: UnknownunKnown ................................................... \\34 Moore, late of said county deceased.
Unknown lot 3, block 4, Titusville................. 32235 1 5; strip 1,140 interest,Delespine Grant, 22351300 4 66 S. II. HAT, Administrator.
Unknown lot 5, block 4, Titusville.! .................. 322,35':, 1 57; :. : Titusville, Jan.6,1890. 336mo.
Unknown lot 7, block 9, Titusville................... 32235 2 45 strip 3, 1-10 interest, Delespine Grant. 35 1360 4 66
Unknown lot 9, block 9,Titusville................... 3122'35, 24! John N Lake ........................ ........................... 22 134
4 METitusAgrH TTitus lot 6, block 10, Titusville.................. 322,35 1 S strip 22 Delespine Grant................. 22351360 4 66 Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
Unknown lot 1, block 11, Titusville-.............. 322,35 3 01] John N Lake ................................................... 34 THE BEST SALVE In the world tor Cut,
Unknown lot 4, block 11, Titusville-.............. 822'35' 241 strip 23 Delespine Grant................. 223 1360 4 66 Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum Fever
MET us, Agt H TI tus lot 6, block 11, 3 22 35 1 51; John N LaKe. strip 25, except land of Reed's, Deles- $34 Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains
I METltus, AgtHTTitus lot 10, block 16,Titusville.----------- 32235 151 .. pine Grant....................-........... 22 35 124J 4 66 Corns, and all Skin Eruptions,,
F ME Titus,Agt Mrs Hap- John N ]:ake.. .....................................:.......-.... I 34 and positively cures Piles or no pay re
UP.Old lot 3, block 17,Titusville................. 3122,35 2 4 '. strips 26, 27 and 28, Delespine Grant.. .223513500 11 85 quired. It Is guaranteed to give perfect
l i lot 9, block 18,Titusvillt'._.............. &'2235 2 0; unKnown ... ...................................... 34 satisfaction, or money relu ded. Price-fc
Unknown lot 12\block 19.Titusville322.35 3 3t .all s of strip 1,Delespine Grant....... 23354061 8 25' 25 cents per box. For sale by Dixon l Li
Unknown Jot 1, 22, TituSTiI1e_.....,........ 3221- 10. Grey. -
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Unknownunknown u $ of' 8 elf 8 e J......................... 25 Costs. M. .
20 BOBBUS, ,
s } of 8 e .} of 8 e J........._.............. 252335' 23135' 20 $245'unknown s el............................................. 16 27- 36 160 $,2 09 President Bracers *,%*StJLUXt*SecT. Scents ft. O&UUX AbAbatnct -.
unknown n 15 acres; of e J of s w }................ 152336' 1 15 2 45 I unknown frac............ ................................ 17 27 36 42 1 38 Co. < % Daniel M Jlclnnis lots 1,2 and 6................................. 2 09 unknown frac n e #....................................... 20 )7 36 80 1 57' R OBBINS & GRAHAM;
120
Unknown frac........................"....... ........... 18 2336' 31 4 26 I unknown fret s e #................................... 20 )7 36 140 245' a
unknown lot 1.....................................;....... 19 23136 23 36 2 Gleason' & Littlefield all'I _)-I 36 640 6 43 ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW
H J TiffinM >artK
i I page 254................................. 2- 2336 (unknown n w }...........................................J22 27 36 160 209 Will practice in all the ."Outie.ot the Florid SereoU '
J WalkerUnknown I s Jof lot 3 ........................ ........... I" 2337 I } 42unknown s WI....................................,.".- ')7 36! 160 2 09 ties Circuit for and in the Supreme Court Fpedal bc01-
: e :\ of s w J of s eI......................... '_)4 2435 I: 10 10 1 57.I unknown se i.................. .......................... 2a )7 36 160 2 09 Correspondence Examining solicited and from Perfecting CUim&nU Laad and DUeL Heir
.. unknown w J of n e J of n WI....................... 25 2435 I 10 I 1 57' Gleason& Littlefield n }............................................... 23 _).,. 36 320 I 3 53 to Spanish Grants. Money to Loan. ia
unknown n w J\ of 11V' J...........,.................... 6 2436 t.40! Unknown s, w 1...................,......................... 0)3 27 36 160 209
: unknown s w J of n w $?............................... 2436'; 40!} 2 unknown I s e #............................................. _"3')7 36 160 2 09 D. L. GAULDEN,
unknown n w :} of s w I................................ 24'36' 40 I 2 45,Gleason & Littlefield 0 !............................................... ?4 27 36 30( 3 53
,. unknown s w } of sw }................................. 6 24 I 36 40;I) 2 45 I Gleason & Littlefield S 2.t ...............................................,25 27 36 320 353' ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
.; Sarah E Shaw s J of s e } of n e }......................... 2436 I 10 I 4 2 451Unknown I Gleason ne Jn ........................... ................. 26 a_i 36 160 2 09 Titusville, Florida.
t, Unknown n e J of n w 1..........-.................... 7 2436, 40 26! & Littlefield w t and w k of s wi..................... 26736 240 2 82
.- unknown n w J of n w #................................ 72436': 40 2 Unknown'I. se }............................................. 26 2' 36 160 209 A. M. THRASHER,
':: unknown n e 4 of se }..........,.....,..................10 24'3; ( 2 45 unknown s wI.....................,........................ 27j27 I 36 160 2 09
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f.t- unknown n w } of se J.................................!'!10124'3G1, '; I 40 26 26Gleason':unknown n e }............................................ 28 27 36 160 2 09 ATTORNEY AT LAW,
t unknown w J of s e J.................................... 14 24'36l:' 80 4 WW & Littlefield n w }............................................128 27 36 160 209 Will P. O.practice Box 20.in all 8ANFOBD, FLA.
f unknownS s 1 i w J............ ..................., 14 24,36 40 2.15', WW Hicks s } of n w J of s e }........................ 36 20 S5 Circuit and Supreme Court the counties of the Seventh S
'". RyderUnknown lot anda n"t J of n e \....................'152436;, 53 6 05 Hicks ajofswjofse }.......................... 36 20! 85
se J of s e J..:...a......,....................!1524136, ,, 40 6 Unknown! n w J of s w }................................. 2SI27 36101 1 02 JONES & ATKINSON,
j unknown set of set, In arrears for 1888.l52436| |, 40 6 05 unknown n & of n w } of s e }........................x 5127 361 20 i 02

t' unknown s e J of n e }...................................!19,24'36,' 40 6 05!unknown sjofswjofse J..........................;,,2SJ2 36 20 1 02 .\.t t oro eys-at-La,,.,
; GasBrownfc Henl'1n1ab,heir net: of n w }................................'{202436' 40 2 unknown' e i- of s e J...............,...................."28j2 36 80 1 as Titusville. Florida.
Unknown I I 4 26 unknown n e }......................................... 33 -
s w J of se }.................................I 1202436 40 ... .2. 36 160 2 OS;
r unknown n e :} of n e #.................................I 2224.36 I ;: 40! 4 26! unknown n w }............................................'!'33,2;' 36( 160 I 2 09 J.T.. SANDERS,
,\: unknown n w J of n w #........... ...... .. .. t231243G! 40 6 05 unknown n e } of s w }.................................!3327i36] 40 I-1 02
unknown lot 4..................!.!..!.!.!..!!I!25!2436;' 37 4 26 unknown sjofsejofsw }..........................133, +:_)-,1'36 20 I. 85 ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, .
unknown lot 5' .'25 24 2 45 unknown QV' J of s e J...................................'33'27 36 40 I 1 02 Will practice in all the'CourU of the S Ttnth Ju
unknown w J of s w \.,' :36 20 1 unknown;,' e.i of s e }.....................................133,27136'j 80 133 dicial Circuit of Florida.P. .
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E Rahr 252436 4 26 W W Hicks n I of set of ............. ( O. Box. 235. TITUSVILLE
Alfred part of nv J of net. described in sv i .........)3327)36) !I 20 85 FLA.
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I /\V W Hicks Money to Loa
Deed Book G n \ of n e i of s wI'.... I34,2736, 85 11
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Unknownunknown n e } of n e }.page 26 29,24 24,36':36 1 5 1 9"IUnkno\vn n e # .... .I3412i! '36 01 2 09 D R. L. T. DANIEL
( 401 26 unknown n wl"..\\\\\V."i\\7.\\i3427! !
u w J of n e }. 24 36 160j 2 09
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unknown
J unknown Jof 4 26 n W #: of s w 1'j ; 1 02 DENTIST
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31J White part lot 1, described in Deed 322436; ; 40 2 45 unknown sV' } of s e 1..................................134,,,27 36 40 1 02 COcoA, ,

' page 223.........................BookJ,1..... j ,' unknown e J of s e J.....................................|3427[, 36 80 1 1 38 FLORIDJU
I i Unknownunknown lot 1, as Deed Book I 3324.3C 1 97,Gleason & Littlefield all................................................'3.527; 36 640 6 43 M. D. L. DODSON,
i. per map page' Gleason & Littlefield all..................................... 36I27
180.......... .......................... 3324'36' ........ 36 640 6 43
1 lot 2, as per Deed Book I 112lGleason & Littlefield e } of s w } and w \...................... 2'2737 200 7 85 DENTIST
map page I I Gleason & Littlefield lots 1, 2 and 3........ ..................... 32737: ,
ISO.......... ................. .... ......r.3324'3G' ,Gleason .. 124 785 TITUSVILLE
1 Minnie E Smith part of s e i of described: 1 42 & Littlefield n w } of n w } and s I of nv \......... 6:2737: 120 6 05 FLORIDA.
n w }
Deed Book J, page 376., _.. .........inj...)'332436 I I I I. 2 unknown/!jUnknown n w t of s w j................................ 5,27, 37 40: 3 36 the Aching nenes.teeth Teeth filled with and and abcMea without treated dMtrorin.ucee...
.; F R Richardson lot 15. Hardee's Plat of Indian: Ricers' net of n e J and w of n e J, n 1 of I fully. Root crowned luh1ta"ltiaU). flares or
I I I se } of n e }......................... pure Para gum. Broken Plates
...... 62737 140 4 66 mended.
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i City ...................................... fittiDK plates
,332436 2 85 unknown .......................... corrected. Teeth extracted ...
n \ ...... .............. 6'2737: 160 46 ] Office paiDl.
Unknown of r
s J lot 17..................... ........... on Washington arenoe.
33 24
Gilbert Wright lot 18, Hardee's Plat of Indian: 36 1 21 unknown s e 1....................................... ..... 6,2737:, 1601 26 ,IALTERS
r River' I 1 unknown s w J...................................... ...... 627 37 1601 26 '' GRAHAM M. .D.
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City ............,.................... 332436 1 12V W Hicks ,
.t : Unknown lot 21, Hardee's Plat of Indian / sjofsejofne 1.......................... 62737 20 1 21

CIty...................................Ricers.......'33 24 I 3GJ 3 76 Unknownunknown n e J of n e } and s I of nv 1 of n e Office Visit Consultation in Titunill!'. $$2.00.tOO. _
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. J unknown lot 27 Hardee's Plat of t e \ of n w J of n e }............ i 2737 1401 66 Calls between 10 p. m. and 6 a. .
Indian m will be
River l I I n w \...................................... .... iii 37 1601 26 double htt'8.Obstetrical. charged
City......................................... ?
.1 t unknown w J of lot 35 Hardee's Plat 33 24 36 2 85 unknown s w \.................................. .......... 7,27, 37 160 4 26 lion are positively case,declined.and cases outside the Corpora 1
of IndianRiver I S G Gleason :3 e } of set................................... 82737; 40 2 45
City.................................
unknown lot 36 Hardee's 33 24 36 1 97 Unknown net of set.................................. 8127, 37 40 2 4"ti- F. LEWIS,
':J Plat of Indian River I I unknown lot 1............................................. 8i2731 291 26 .
I City.........................................
33 24
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1 97 :} W J of S W J................................. 827 3i 40 245 Civil
1 Geo Alltree part of lot 3, described in Deed Book I unknown s e J of s w Jnjofseofnej.................................. 827, 37 40 2 45 Engineer and Surveyor
it H, page 99...............:................ 33 24 36 x125 John Houston ,
; ......................... 8'27 37 20 2 45 Titusville Fla.
.: Unknownunknown lot 1............................................. 2 24 37 2 45 T L Seabrook part lot 2 des deed book R 568 8'273;' 6 1 74
h" lot 1 arrears for 1888.................... 2 24 37 2 45 John Houston lots 1 and 2,...... .. page .
................... 927 37 27 7 8"W R.B. BURCHFIELD
unknown s \ of n wI...... .......................... 724,37, 40 2 45! Unknown Kart s of Cliff (;reeL..i.... 927 37 20 3 36 ,
r' Jennie G HallUnknown lot 1............................................. 26 24 37 56 6 05 unknown of ..
n net. ...... ..........................111.7, 37 80 .3 3 COUNTY
,. .: I' lot 2..............................................26 2437 50 2 45 unknown w i of set................................... 11 37 80 3 36 SURVEYOR.
" F'.' unknown lot 3............................................. 26 2437 44 2 45,S G Gleason n e } of n w \.................................1127 37 40 245 Orders by mail will receive as prompt
uuknown lot 4.............. .............................J26 24 37 38 2 45 S G Gleason lot 1............................................. ii 37 36 2 45 attention as calls in peA>n.
S Ryder part lot 3 des deed book G page 634... 2536 12 108 54 8 G Gleason lot 2............................................. 11 2737 42 2 45 Address: Georgiana, Fla.
':, Unknown lot 16 town plat of Rockledge........... 32536 1 57 S G Gleason s h lot 3......".....".......................... 11 2137 16 1 74 RUE P.
unknown lot 18 town plat of Rockledge......... 32536 1 57 Unknown lot 1............................................1327 37 46 2 45 LA ELY,
' unknown lot 20 town plat of Rockledge........... 32536, 1 57 unknown net of n wI................................ 132737; 40 2 45
:> ', .. unknown lot 39 town plat of Rockledge........... 32536' 1 38 unknown 3 w } of n w \................................. 1327 37 40 2 45 Notary Public for the State at Large.
J Unknown lot bounded e by town lots of Rock- unknown s e } of n wi................................. 13j2737 40 2 45 Justice of the Peace 17th DJst.
",',, "\. ledge s by Williams, w by sec line, nknownnknown s part lot 1.................................... 1427 37 18 4 26 ,
n by Wilkinsonn ........................... 3 25 36 51 u I lot 2.. .......................................... 1427, 3" 38 7 & of CONTRACTOR 30 & BUILDER
4 S Ryder w J of s eland part of net of s e 1 unknown n e } of n e }................................. 1427 I 37 38 7 85 finish over years' experience. Natural
1 des deed book D page 96............ 3 2536 54 28 03 S G Gleason lot 1 to ten inclusive block A, Eauco a specialty.

: 0 K Wood, agt' s i of s wI.................................... 62536 80 2 4t> Gallie...................... ................1b _,,-I 37 2 85 Melbourne, Florida. I
: '4'a 0 K Wood, agt n w J of n w J........................... 2536 40 1 57 Unknown lot 11 block A, Eau Gallie.............. 16' 37 1 02
.' Unknown w J of s wI...................................10'5 36 80 9 64 unknown lot 12, block A, Eau Gallie...............16,?i 37 1 02 HAVING BOUGHT THE INDIAN
unknown lot 4.............................................12'25 36 62 4 26 unknown lot 16 block A, Eau Gallic.............. 16 27 37 1 02 RIVER BAKERYWe
unknown n J of 81 of s w 1 of n w }......... .... 1 2536 10 2 09 S G Gleason lot 17 to 22, block A, Eau Gallie..... 1627 37 2 82 will Keep on Hand Every
unknown njofswjofnw }.......................12 2536, 10 2 09 Unknown I lot 23, block A, Eau G II' ............... 1627, 37 1 02 Day
unknown s e J of n wI.................................15'2536, 40 4 26 S G Gleason lot 24, block A, Eau Gallie............. 1627, 37 1 02 FRESH BREAD CAKES
F unknown n e } of n w J................................ 26 25 36 40 2 45 Unknown. lot 25, block A, Eau Gallie............... 16 27 37 1 02 PIES
unknown n w, 1 I'................................ 26 25 36 40 2 45 G Gleason I lots 26 and 27, block A, Eau Gallie... 16 ii 37 1 02 ETC. ALSO
unknown s w of s e J................................. 26.036 40 2 43 :S G GI ea.on I lots 1 and 2, block B, Eau G a II' ...... 16 .)- 37 1 38
unknown s w # of se |................................. 30 2536 40 2 45 Unknown lot 3, block B, Eau Gallie................16 1-7 37 1 02 Bottlers of Sodawater Ginger '
unknown n w of se |.................................$$31 2536 40 2 45 unknown lot 4, block B, Eau Gall e............... 16i 37 1 02 ,
unknown w } of n e }................................... 3.1. 25 36 80 4 20 unknown lot 6, block B, Eau Gallie..... ........ 16 27 37 1 02 Ale, and other Drink.
unknown n } of s e J.................................... 3525' 36 80 4 26 unknown lot 7, block B, Eau Gallie................ 16 :.737 1 02 ALL
t unknown s e i of s e \................................... 3525 3610 2 45 S i G Gleason (lot 8, block B, Eau Gallia................. 16 27 37 1 02 ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT
unknown ;: lot ................ ............................. 36 25,36 58 15 04 Unknown lot 9, Work B, Eau Gallie.............. 16 27 37 1 O" ATTENTION.
unknown lot 1............................................. 11 1 02 S G Gleason lots 10, 11, 12, 13 and 14, block ll, S. A. BELCHER & COMPANY

unknown lot 2............................................. 2 25 37 11 1 00) Eau Galllie................................ 16 2i 37 2 85 PROPRIETORS
unknown e J of n e J.................................... ,,0)6 36 80 4 2.6 Unknown lot 15, block B, Eau Gallie.............. 16 -)- 37 1 02 ,
unknown w i of s w }.................. . .......... 22636 80 4 2f a G Gleason lot 16, block B, Eau Gallie! :............. 16 -I 37 1 02 TITUSVILLE FLA.
''r unknown n e I'I.1 1.... ............,................. 2 26 36 40 2 4 v. Unknown lot 17, block B, Eau Gallie..............16 27 37 1 02
} unknown w J of n w jn ........ .......................... 11 2636 80 2 45 unknown lot 18. block B, Eau Gallie............... 16 '_); 37 1 02 FOR
unknown e } of n e 1 ................................1126 36 40 2 45 S G Gleason lots 19, 20, 21 and 22, block B, Eau SALE,

unknown n w \ of n e J................................, 11 ')6 36 40 2 45 Gallielot ........................................ 16 27 37 2 14 THE ELEl7A 'tT'
unknown 3wofne ...................................11:636 40 _9 45 Unknown ...3. block B Eau Gallielot ............... 16 ._)-' 37 1 02
unknown se J of ne \................................. 11 2636 40 2 4t> unknownS 24, block I3 Eau Gallielots ...............16 r 37 1 02 RESIDENCE AND GROVE
unknown n w Ion }.?............................. I" )6 36 40 2 45 G Gleason 25 to 37 inclusive, block B, Eau
unknown s w of n w J...................................12'6 36 40 2 45 Gallielot ,............... ....................... 16 27 37 3 -1; OF L. E. BARNES, 1
unknown s w J of s w J................................. 142636 40 1 1'.7' Unknown 38, block B, Eau Gallieall .. ......... ,162737 1 02 ROCK LEDGE FLA. .
unknown s e } of s e J................................... 1526 36 40 1 57 S G Gleason block C, Eau Gallieall ....................162 i 37 36 62 Containing '.
unknown n e J n e J.................................... 27 2636 40 1 57 S G Gleason block D Eau Gallie. ................. 16 27 37 1 74 Acres of Land Seven and One-Third
1 unknown lots 4 and 5.......................sec land 8 26 37 20 4 26 S G Gleason all except lots 1, 2,15 and 16, block 1, Large front in/Eon Indian River.

unknown I lot 3............................................. 10 )6 3i 47 2 45 Eau Gallie................................ 16 :.i 37 2 85 Finished.Roomy RESIDENCE, elegantly .
unknown se t of ne1 ................. .10:637 40 2 45 S G Gleason all block 2, Eau G a II' .....................16 27 3- 3 53 COTTAGE Also a Three-Room
Y unknown s e of n e K L.arrears for 8.S8..::::::::: 102637: 40 2 45 S G Gleason lots 1, 2, 3 and 4, block. Eau Game 16 a7 3i 1 38 the desirable and Outbuildines. One of 1

r unknown n.1 of se Jt ...... ..........................31'6 37 40 2 45 Unknown lot 5, block 3, Eau Gallie................. 16 ?i 31 85 hammock.most places in Rock Ledge
unknown n w t of s e :J................................. 31 2637 40 2 45 unknownS lot 6, block 3, Eau G a II' ................. 1 6--- 3- 85 For
unknown s w 1 of 8 e i................................. 31 )6340 .".. 4 0 G Gleason lots 7, 8, 9 and 10, block 3, Eau Gal price, terms, etc., apply to :1

Nirah O Gleason CLIttlefleldSanh .. ......................all..p..t..e. 1 a 7 36 640 6 3 lielot ............................................. 16ai37 1 78 Albert A. Taylor, Cocoa, Fla. :
p G Gleaaon&C Littlefield :J.o..f..s..e..i........................ .". -a- 36 560 5 69 Unknown 11, block 3, Eau Gallie............... 62; 3i 85
: Gleason & Littlefield e J and e J of w J............................ 3 )7 36 4801 97 unknown lot 12, block 3, Eati Gallie............... 1 _-, 3i 85 J
Wm McCabe w #.-......................,..................... 3)736 160 2 09 S G Gleason lot 13. 14, 15 and 16, block 3, Eau EDGAR ;HOUSE: 11
Wm McCabe e }................................................ 4 )7 36 320 3 53 Gallie........................................16 2i 3i 1 78 Close to Indian Hirer Inlet.
Wm McCabe e }: "'"'...'.................................. 92736 320 3 53 S G Gleason all block 4. Eau Gallie...................16.2 i3i 4 26
Unknown lot'L'.............................. ............ 9 )7 36 25 1 57 S G Gleason lot 1. 2 and 3, block 5, Eau Gallie.... IG 27 37 1 21 FORT' PIERCE, FLORIDA.
unknown .." lot 2............................................. 9 21 36 26 1 57 S G Gleason lots 11, 12 and 13, block 5, Eau Gal. Fish, Oysters and Game bv the
unknown .. I Iot3lot ............................................. 9 r 36 27 1 5-, lie....16 27 3- 1 61 Millions. Boats Wagons and Buggies -
unknown"y 4............................................. 9 '-, 36 53 1 57 S G Gleason lots 1 to 10. block 6, Eau Gallic....... 162; :37 2 45 to take Tourists,
W W Hicks sjofswjofse: t: .......................... 10 ')7 36 20 85 Unknown lot I 11, block 6, Eau Gallie.... 16[ 27 3- 85 hunting or
1 Wm McCabe j w $-............................................. 10 )i 36 320 3 5315, : G Gleason I lot 12, block 6, Eau Gallie.... 16 27 3- 85 fishing. Good Road from here to
Unknown n e 1 .......... ......... .............. 102- 36 160 2 09 G Gleason lots 2 to 11 inclusive, block 7, Eau the Gulf Coast.
unknown e J 0 f's ej and n \ of s w j of se J... 102736 100 1 57 I Gallie....16 2i 3- o- 85 I have Lots and Houses 'to sell in

unknown ,to. n e \....................................... ....:112736 160 2 09 25: G Glea.son lots l.to 11 inclusive, block 8, EauGallie. Edgar Town. Call or Address :
unknown n w >.......................................... 11 2736 160 2 09, ..... 16 2737 2 8.5
unknown s w 1.--""".................................. 1127 36 160 2 09 Unknown lot 12, block 8, Eau Galiie............... 16 2i 37 85 A. G. LAGOW, Proprietor. '
unknown *..............................................11. 2136 160 2 '::; G Gleason all block 9, Fau Gallie...... It 27 37 3 53
Gleason & LittlefieldUnknown n i.- 36 320 3 )3'S G Gleason all block 10, Eau Gallie.. .. If 27 37 1 74
Notice of Dissolution.
a n J of s w } of s w J, e J and n w } ofse ,S: G Gleason all block 11, Eau G a II' ...... 16 7 37 1 74

It 8 W }.-..................................... 12 ii 36 140 2 49 S G Glen all block! 12. Eau Gallie! .................1G :2737 3 53 Take notice that the firm of J. W.
y unknownW s e |................"...........................12 "7 36 160 2 09p G Gleason all bock! 13, Eau Gallic................. 16 2737 3 36 Ro>!ers & Co. has this day been dissolved
W Hicks sjofswjofsw J......................., 12 3- 36 20 85 S G Gleason all block 14, Eau Gallie ..... 1( 27 37 :. 3: 36 by mutual consent. 31r. S. II.
Gleason &XittlefieldUnknown n e lei of n w J and s e i of s w 1C't G Gleason all block 15' Eau Gallie..... If' >i 3- ; 3 136 Ray, the silent partner, will retire from

and s e J... ............................... 13 27 36 440 5 01 G Gleason' lots 1, 2, 3 and 4, block 16, Eau Gal the firm, and Mr. J. W. Rogers will ,
i n w J of n w 1-...........................". 13 27 36 40 1 02 lie................._...._................,....lE 27 37 1 78 continue the business at the same stand. /,.
Gleason & Littlefield 14k7 lf 27 37 85 All persons indebted to the late firm '''
Unknown .: will please call and settle their accounts

unknown ............ I 'lE :i 37 1 78 with either of the parties hereto.
unknown n e .. .................................:-7::..,. 16 "7 36 160 2 09'Unknown lot 10. block 16. Etu Galhe............... lE n 37 85 8. H. RAY.J. .
unknown o w 1-...:........................ .......... 12736 160 2 09S G Gleason lot 11, block 16, Eau Gallie_........... lE n 37 85 W- ROOZBS.
unknown :5 W }-....-................... ............)N,1 36 1601 2 9I, Continu on Page 4. ,E Titusville, Fla, May 1, 1800.


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FLORIDA STAR. The course laid dowiLwas dead to wind The Naiade won the sweepstake prize Name. Description. S. T. Acs. and

ward to a point within half a mile of the by 3 minutes and 52 seconds. Continued from Page 3. I Costs.

PUBLISHED- EVERY THURSDAY. east shore, thence south to the Malabar INCIDENTS OF THE RACE. UnknownS lot 12, block 16, Eau Gallic........16127 37 $ gS.
G Gleason lots 13, 14, 15 and 16, block 16, ,
HLIS B. WAGER Editor and Publisher. beacon, thence north to starting point. The White Wings very unfortunatelybroke Gallie .......;............................... 162737 1 78-
First and second classes to run over the the hook to her throat halliard S G Gleason lots a, 2. 3, and 4, block 17, Eau Gal-

1.5O per Annum. course twice, third class once only; making block and had to lower sail and come to ...........................:................ 1627 37 -I 78- .
ten miles for first and second classes UnknownS lot 5, block 17, Eau Gallie.............. 1627 37 85
Entered'at the Poll Office at Tituxrilleat anchor till it could be replaced, which G Gleason lots 6, to 11, block 17, Eau Gallie..... 16 27 37 1 38
and five miles for third class.
Second-Clot Matter. made a great difference in her time. She Unknown lot 12, block 17, Eau Gallie........... 16 27 37 8S
Each class to start at the lowering of had too little ballast, also. S G Gleason lots 1, 2, 3 and 4, block 18, Eau Gal-

The Star has the Largest circulation the flag, and allowed five minutes to cross lie............................................ 162737 1 78
East coast of Fla. the Flirt
the Hector's boat was
of any paper on five minutes Captain Unknown lot 5, block 18 Eau Gallie............... 16 27 37 85
A SQUARE!one Inch In space; 18 squares the line, with an interval of far in advance of all others in the second S G Gleason lots 6 to 14, block 18, Eau Gallie..... 16 27 37 2 09

make a column. between each class class except the Naiade, when almost to S G Gleason lot 16, block 18, Eau Gallic.............. 162737 85
For advertising rates enquire of the Editor S G Gleason lots 1 2 3 and 4 block 19 Eau Gal
Captain Wilder offered a sweepstake the starting bouy on the first round the ,
always enclosing two cent stamp.ON the lie............................................ 162737 1 78
of ten dollar gold piece to the throat block broke ,
a
prize eye supporting UnknownS lot 5, block 19, Eau Gallie............... 16i26 37 85
May 15th Senator Call will ad- boat making the distance in the shortest short off throwing her out of the race. G Gleason lots 6 to 11, block 19, Eau Gallie..... 1627 37 1 74

dress the Senate on the joint resolution, time. The accident was particularly unfortu- Unknown lot 12, block 19, Eau Gallie....... ..... 1627 37 85
heretofore offered by him, as to opening There being three entries in the first nate, as from the long lead secured the S G Gleason lots 13,14,15 and 16, block 19, Eau
which Gallie..:..................................... 16 27 37 1 78
to allow Cubato class entitled them to two prizes, Flirt of second
with
Spain was sure money.
negotiations S G Gleason lots 1, 2 and 3, block 20, Eau Gallie... 16 27 37 1 21
establish a republic.THE were divided at the rate of 60 and 40 per Some miscreant cut the after-leach of S G Gleason lots 6 to 14, block 20, Eau Gallie...... 162737 2 45

the Nettle's sail in a number of places, S G Gleason all block 21, Eau Gallie..................16 27 37 3 53
committee of the House on Judi- cent.The second class had nine entries, allowing to disable her if it S G Gleason all block 22, Eau Gal lIe.................. 1612737, 3 53.
ciary in reporting the anti-trust bill says them five prizes divided as follows hoping, we suppose, S G Gleaon lots 1 to 12 inclusive block 23, Eau
be devised by came on to blow as usual. Gallie.......................................16 27 37 2 85
that no system of laws can : 34, 24,19,14 and 9 per cent. Capt. W. S. M. Pinkham,owner of the S G Gleason all block 24, Eau Gallie.....,..............16,27 37 1 93
Congress which could effectually protectthe The third class had six entries, good S G Gleason all block 25 Eau Gallie................... 162737, 2 45:
people against the evils of trusts and for three prizes, divided into 50, 30 and wrecked Cheemaun, was on the ground S G Gleason all block 26, Eau Gallie................... 162737! 2 45;
monopolies. That whatever Congress 20 cent. and received many expressions of condo- S G Gleason all block 27,Eau Gallie................... 16'27 37 2 45
.. the subject will be of little per lence over the loss of his fine flyer. S G Gleason all block 28, Eau Gallie............. ..... 16/27 37 2 45
may enact on The boats having been measured all S G Gleason all block 29, Eau Gallie! ............. ..... 16 27 37 2 45
value unless supplemented by State legis- adjourned for dinner. Coffee and lemon- Capt. Will Fowler, "Sporting Will, S G Gleason all block 30, Eau GallIe....................16 2737 2 ro
lation, but concludes with the statement ade were provided in great abundance.and tended main sheet aboard the Naiade, S G Gleason all block 31, Eau Gallie................... 16 27 37 2 09
that it can do no better than it has done when the contents of the ladies' provision which is a guaranty that it was well S G Gleason lots 1 to 11, block 32, Eau Gallie..... 16 27 37 174
UnknownS lot 12 block 32, Eau Gallie............. 1627 37 85
under the circumstances. baskets and boxes the tables
were spread done.Max G Gleason lots 13, 14, 15 and 16, block 32, Eau

has aston groaned etc. No stranger or new-comer and Paine, of the Naiade's crew, Gallie...................:...... ............ 16 27 37 1 61
SECRETARY WANAMAKER had to wander about hungry and unin- could hang further out to windward than S G Gleason all block 33, Eau Gallie................. 16,.27 37 1 74
ished and disgusted a good many Republicans vited instead, all seemed to vie with anyone in the race. S G Gleason all block 34, Eau Gallie................. 16 27 37 157
by adopting President Cleveland's ; S G Gleason all block 35, Eau Gallie................-.16 27 37 1 74
order to office-holders to keep out of each other in supplying their wants. The Osprey was disappointed in her S G Gleason all block 36, Eau Gallie................. 16 27 37 1 74
letters One lady fed thirty-seven people outsideof crew, and so made no start. S G Gleason all block 37, Eau Gallie........ ........16 27 37 1 74
politics. In reply to numerous her own family, and others an equalor Several boats entered that failedto S G Gleason all block 38, Eau Gallie.................16 27 37 1 74
received by Congressmen from time to greater number. The steamer St. were S G Gleason all block 39, Eau Gallie.... ............16 2137 1 7.4S
time inquiring what position this administration appear to start. G Gleason all block 40, Eau Gallie................. 16 27 37 1 74
would take regarding office- Augustine furnished no meals, but therewas The steamboat race had no entries, two S G Gleason all block 41, Eau Gallie.................. 16 27 37 209
in political manage- enough and to spare for her passen- of the fast Eau Gallie boats hauled S G Gleason all block 42, Eau Gallie.................16 27 37 1 as
holders participating gers also. being S G Gleason all block 43, Eau Gallie.................. 16 27 37 2 09
ment, Secretary Wanamaker quotes Dinner over, the boatmen repaired to out and the others engaged transporting S G Gleason all block 44, Eau Gallie................. 16 27 37 174
President Cleveland's famous order, sec. and passengers. S G Gleason all block 45, Eau Gallie................. 1627 37 1 57
480, regarding "Personal conduct of offi- their respective boats, the judges S G Gleason all block 46, Eau Gallie..................1E 27 37 1 57
verbatim. time-keeper to the St. Augustine's deck, THE BALLA S G Gleason all block 47, Eau Gallie.................. 16 27 37 1 57
cials, from whence a good view of the course S G Gleason all block 48, Eau Gallie...............-.16 27 37 1 5T

has introduced a could be had. Large Crowd and an Enjoyable Evening S G Gleason all block 49, Eau Gallie.................. 16 27 37 1 21
SENATOR REAGAN S G Gleason all block 50, Eau Gallie................. 16 27 37 1 21
wind still and from Passed by All Present.
bill to abolish the retired lists of the The was very light S G Gleason all block 51, Eau Gallie................ 16 27 37 121
army, navy and judiciary. It is not expected the northeast. Owing to some misunder- The rain in the afternoon having cooled S G Gleason lots 1.2, and 3, block 52, Eau Gallie... 16 27 37 85

to become a law, but it has occa- standing, the east shore stake boat, in- the air and the clouds clearing away, S G Gleason lots 6, 7, and 8,block 52, Eau Gallie... 16 2737 1 02
uneasiness the stead of being placed to windward, was gave us a most delightful moonlight S G Gleason all block 53, Eau Gallie.................. 16,2737 1 as-
sioned no little among S G Gleason all block 54, Eau Gallic.-................. 1 38
retired officers. They fear that with anchored nearly opposite the wharf, giv- night for the dance. S G Gleason lot 2, block 55, Eau Gallie............... 2 14
public attention directed to the large ing a free wind all around the first time The committee of arrangements being S G Gleason lots 3, 4, 56' 7, 8 and 9, block 55,162737Eau

amount expended for this class of pen for the first class boats. The wind, how unable to secure either the Carleton or Gallie................................ 1627 37 2 09
and the abuses of the retirement ever, veered all around the compass, give Stewart's Hall for the evening entertainment S G Gleason out lots 3 and 4, block 56, Eau Gallie
sioners
S G Gleason out lots 6, 7, 8 and 9, block 56, Eau
of windward work before the forced fall back the
to
laws, an attempt will be made at weeding ing plenty were on Gallie................................ ....... 1627 37 3 93
out, which will result in loss of pay to close, and breeze enough, also. Izant Hotel addition. The building being S G Gleason out lots 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17 and 18,

the deserving as well as to those who The boats got away in good style and unfinished, required a great deal of laborto block 56. Eau Gallie.................... 16 27 37 4 6G-
claims. well together, the Arrow in advance, followed put it in condition for use. Seats had S G Gleason out lots 20, 21, 22 and 23, block 56, I
have no just Eau Gallie..........................,......16 27 37 2 85-
be made stories
closely by the Carrie of New to two of the large
S G Gleason all block 57, Eau Gallie............., ..... 2127 37 174S
REPLY TO -CITIZEN." Smyrna, and later by the White Wings, building trimmed, and numberless small G Gleason all block 58, Eau Gallie.............,...... 2127 37 174

RocKLEDGE FLA., May 3, 1890. of St. Augustine. matters attended to. The extra expense S G Gleason all block 59, Eau Gallie._........r........ 21 27 37 174
Capt. Joe Chase's boat, No Name, was made it necessary for the committee to S G Gleason all block 60, Eau Gallie.................... 21 27 37 1 74
Editor Florida Star: the first to cross the line in the second either abandon all thought of the dance S G Gleason all block 61, Eau Gallie................... 2127 37 1 51
for brieffceply to a S G Gleason all block 62, Eau Gallie................... 21 27 37 1 5T
Please allow space class, followed by the Spray, of New pay the bills out of their own pockets, or S G Gleason all block 63, Eau Gallic.................... 21 27 37 1 57

communication under the nom de plumeof CORREC ... S G Gleason all block 64, Eau Gallie.................... 2127 37 1 57
"Citizen," on the equalization of START. FINISH ACT'AJ TED H h S G Gleason all block 65, Eau Gallic.................... 2127 37 1 57
taxes, which appeared in... your paper of SAME OF YACHT, OWNER AND CI Ass. M. S. II. !I. S. TUIE. TIME.i'4 c7H. \ S G Gleason all block 66 Eau Gallic................... 2127 37 1 57
May lt."Citizen". H. !I. 8. IL M. S. S G Gleason all block 67, Eau Gallie.................... 21 27 37 1 57
S G Gleason all block 68, Eau Gallie.............,...... 2127 37 1 57
under ............. 2 01 38 121 36
laboring a very great Arrow, A. Ganova, hit class 32 3 40 1 06 051st 26 05
S G Gleason all block 69, Eau Gallie................... 2127 37 1 57
J. ancboz 1st class.... 2 02 50 2 02 25 1 35 162nd 30 01
mistake when he says: "I have taken ten White Wings, 254.04 S G Gleason all block 70 Eau Gallie................... 21 27 37 1 67
CarrIe J. 1st class.............. 2 01 45 dId not finish 26 11
of the most valuable properties at Rock- Mayers, I_ S G Gleason all block 71, Eau Gallic.................... 21 27 37 1 57
; the incomes from which Naiade, E. B. Wager, 2nd class......... 2 06 4813 39 361 32 48 0 56 43 1st 21 08 3 G Gleason nil block 72, Eau Gallie................... 21 27 37 121
ledge, range Lottie R., R. K. Carson, 2nd class......2 09 22 153 13 12 2 31 46 2nd 18 01 S G Gleason all block 73, Eau Gallie................... 2127 37 8557-
from $10,000( to $2,000 per annum." Lena L. Brainerd, 2nd class............ 2 06 525 17 26 3 10 34 2 32 243rd 20 02 S o Gleason all block 74, Eau Gallie:................... 21 27 37 1
K Now, this extravagant assertion is No Name Jo, Chase 2nd class......... 2 06 105 22 083 15 58 2 :{7 484th 20 02 S G Gleason all block 75 Eau Gallie................... 212737 121
purely imagination. The fact is this: Spray Anderson, 2nd class........... 2 06 39 5 22 483 16 09 2 41 '58 5th 23 02 S G Gleason all block 76, Eau Gallie........ ........... 21 27 37 121
There but six properties (six or- O. K., H. Starke, 2nd class.............. 2 07 265 28 403 21 14 2 42 57 20 01 S G oleason all block 77, Eau Gallie................... 2127 37 1 02r
are ladgie, F. \Vhitlock, 2nd class.... 2 08 25 did not finish 18 06 S G Qleason all block 78, Eau Gallie. ................. 2127 37 1 74
Rock-
ange groves: ) in the settlement of Flirt, C. J. Hector, 2nd class..... ...... 2 07 44,disabl'd 21 '05 S G Gleason all block 79, Eau Gallie................... 21 27 37 1 74
f ledge,the income.of which is over $2,000, Osprey, L. H. Alexander 2nd class... no start 21 10 Unknown n e J of s e 1.-..... 17 27 37 40 2 45-'

and none exceed $5,000.TThe Wasp, J. Brisco 2nd class............... no start 23 05 Unknown n w \ of set................................. 172737 40 2 4-
people of Rockledge feel that they Valkyrie, Jr., J. Wilder, 2nd class........no start 18 01 Unknown s w \ of s e }.................................17 27 37 40 2 45-
their full proportion of taxes, Windward, Conkling, 3rd class...... 13 M 3 24 501 10 56 0 27 361st 17 00 Unknown s e J of s e J.........................v...... 1727 37 40 2 45
are paying Gold Dust, G. I. Metcalf, 3rd class......2 12 483 28 561 16 08 0 30 43\211d\ 15 11 Gleason & Littlefield n J of s w J and Del of s e }............182737 120 3 3&.
as an investigation by the Board of Snowbird, H. Allen, 3rd class............ 13 303 30 291 16 59 0 34 59'3rd 17 09 Unknown ne}............................................. 1827 37 160 4 2&
County Commissioners will show. In Schezerade, Otwell 3rd class........ 2 13 383 44 241 30 46 0 35 06 11 06 Unknown n w t.-....................1827 37 160 4 26:
fact,our taxes are so burdensome that we Nettle; W. GleasoD, 3rd class.............2 13 09 3 41 301 28 210 45 28 17 03 Gleason & Littlefield! s wi............................................. 1927 37 160 426-
have taken to abolish our town Sprite, Hawley, 3rd clas............. no start I 11 10 Gleason & Littlefield 36 1............................................. 192737 160 4 2t>
steps Annie I!.,_F.-f. IJassler. 3rd class...... no start ......... Jno A Graham aof sofseof pw }............... 20 27 37 15 174
government.We Unknown Del of n e J................................. 20 27 37 40 2 45-
deeply sympathize with the peopleof York, the Naiade and the Lena. to charge an admission fee. The last was Unknown n w J of net.................. .............. 20 27 37 40 2 45-
Titusville, and regret that a necessity The third class boats got off within a 1 decided on and work was begun with Unknown s w J of n e 1.j..20 37 40 2 45
should exist that compels them to a Unknown s e 1 of n e } ................................. 202737 40 24542&
pay few seconds of each other. energy. The house was put in the best
S G Gleason s w J of n w J except 7 acres to Blatch 21 27 37 33
15 mill tax to maintain their city govern- The race was a very pretty one throughout 1 condition possible, a temporary sidewalklaid 8 G Gleason s 81 of n w J except 9 acres to Walton 2737 31 4 26

jnent. ROCKLEDGE. the greatest interest being in the from the Union Chapel to the build. Gleason & Littlefield w of s w }................................... 28 27 37 80 2 45-
Y contest between the Arrow, first class, ing, and the rooms tastefully decorated Gleason & Littlefield s eland wI................................. 292737 480 497
Gleason & Littlefield all............................. ................. 302737 640 64$
and the Naiade second class for the with leaves flowers
THE MAT-DAY REGATTA. palm ,spruce pine and Gleason & Littlefield all............................................... 3127 37 640 6 43
sweepstake prize. twining vines. Gleason & Littlefield all.....................................!......... 322737 640 6 43
By the time the boats of the third class Prof. Board man's excellent orchestra Gleason & Littlefield w J of s eland wi........................ 33 27 37 480 497
4 THE NAMES OF THE CONTESTANTS. had gotten well away the wind began to from Orlando furnished most delightful L E Barber lots 1 and 4,block 12, East Melbourne 36 27 37 8&.

come in puffs and sprinkles of rain to music. L O Garret iI J of s e J, ands J of a w l.............. 728.35 160 209
: The facade Wins the First Prize and theSweepstakes L 0 Garret s i of s e }, and s $ of s w }.............. 82835 160 2 09
fall, which gradually increased to a good The ball was a success every way except LO Garret wof nwandwof s w }-......... 152835 160 209
and TltnsTllllans
Rejoiced
f' shower. The wind increased with the financially, and in that respect far L 0 Garret all............................................... 172835 640 6 43
C Thereat-The Time Made,and Who Made rain, and most of the boats had all they exceeded the committee's most sanguine L 0 Garret n J and s eland e J of 8 w J............ 18 2835 560 570
L 0 Garret e i of eland s w J and w J of s e I
f It-Vote of the Day.MELBOURNE could stand under full sail. expectations, the result being that theyare
andswofne J.......................192835 440 501
I FLA., May 7, iS90. Just about the time the race was over short only three or four dollars L 0 Garret all............................................... 202835 640 6 43
the rain ceased and the prospects for the which will be made up. L 0 Garret n J and n w J of a e J and n J of a w } 21 2835 440 461
Last Thursday morning the sun, on ball, which had seemed rather gloomy, We. heard no complaint from the L 0 Garret n of n wi, s w J of n w J and
rising, appeared for a few seconds as af w I of a w }........._................:...... 292835 2004SO 285
blood red ball, then plunged into a heavy brightened accordingly. dancers; instead, we often heard it pronounced L 0 Garret a&of newof n wall I and a J. .302835 497 s

bank:of clouds. The wind was extremely Music had been provided at Turkey the best dance ever held here. L O Garret ..."..."... .... ..."... .. 312835 640 643
f light from the west the clouds continued Creek for a dance during the day but Messrs. Metcalf and Stewart of the ball LO GarretUnknown s w J of n ;;J ;rI of a e Td";; ;i 322835 440 461
; ; lot 5, block 11, Melbourne................ 228.37 1 02-
to gather and thicken till it was feared owing to the rain and consequent crowded committee, and particularly Metcalf, C T Clayton n w cor 60x175 feet,hotel reserved lot 22837 1 57
.
f the regatta would of necessity be post- state of the packing house, little dancingwas deserve the highest praise for their energy Unknown lot 4, block 19, Melbourne.............. 22837 1 57

e.g' poned. done. and perseverance, and through much Unknown lot 1, block 21, Melbourne................ 22837 1 21

Considerable delay was experienced in The rain also! put an end to the land .captious opposition and manifold discouragements Unknown W E s J of lot 1, block 24, Melbourne22837 2 4. -
Rogers part of n e J of s e J,described in Deed
f' holding the meeting of boatmen owing sports and swimming races, etc. Even achieving almost unhoped Book K, page 186 Melbourne........... 82837 J 1 78

to the absence of Chairman Wilder who the greased pole, with its $5 bill at the for but complete success. UnknownUnknown n part of lot 3................................ 22837, 166M

was detained by the light wind.. The top, was neglected. We believe no attempt After nightfall and before the begin n w J of n wi............................... 102837, 40 2 45
called to order. made to E E Eounsyille n 1 of n w J........._......................142887 80 7 85
meeting was finally was secure the prize. ning of the dance the fire-works set
were Unknown n w } ofne \....._........................ 162837 40 2 45-
Iff Judges appointed-Captain Wilder, Captain We give below the tabulated account I off on the city wharf, and made quite a Unknown n w } of s e \...:............................. 162837 40 245
r Echoonmaker and L. E. P. Ely. of the regatta. display. H C ,Christie S e I of s e |.................. ...._..........162837 40 245
+ ""Time-keeper B. Burchfiel. Measurer The Lottie was the fourth boat in Dancing was also indulged an at Mr. Unknown ..'"# 8 w 1 of s w J...,.................._........ 22J2837 40 245
-Captain McFadden and Herbert the second but her Unknown .) s e } of s wi.................. ......,..... .. 222837 40 2451505-
; class time allowancegave and seemed to be
; McQuaig's new store, J S West brook: At De }................................._. _..:. 252837R. 160 -
17, Bessy to make the time allowances. her second money. well patronized.$ f Continued on Page 5. -

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.." THE. FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY MAY 8, 1890.


LOCAL LACONICS. used for the purchase of another win- MELBOURNE MENTION. Some rascal set fire to the dense vind-

i. dow. Within the past week another break just south of the packing house at

THE HAPPENINGS 'ROUND ABOUT US. body beautiful of the window has been placed in the NEWS OF THE PAST WEEK IN THAT Turkey Creek last Sunday night,hoping,' .) ;ujT I

..:. Current Event of Our Town and Suburbs church on the south side, VICINITY it is supposed to destroy the packing .-.r !

Ii! Briefly Epitomized. presented by Ute Sunday school class, house. By hard labor the fire was ex- ,. .

t'k -Mr. S. Ryder and two children and "The King's JeweL" Placed In Paragraphs for the Head tinguished, doing no damage except

r Miss J. Doty, of Rockledce, started -Mr. and Mrs. John Goode and Mr. er's Perusal. burning out the wind-break for some dis- CRISP CONDENSATIONS.The I

;ri' north this morning. and Mrs. :Minor and son, of Melbourne, Several fine showers last week. tance. From the footprints in the sand,
came up on the schooner Queen of which were followed to where he had value of a pack of hounds is re-
r Messrs.' J. F. Chase and F. P. Eau Mr. E. P..Branch is in Jacksonville on vealed by the sale of one recognized asamong
Gallic landed his boat in the above the
Sunday afternoon. Mr. and
f Hassler, of Malabar and Averill, were business. cove the finest in End and for 3,000
t in town yesterday and gave us a call. Mrs. Goode were on their way to their wharf, the fellow was judged to be a colored guineas.

summer home in Hyde Park, Chicago, The St. Augustine arrived in good sea- I man, and is supposed to be one who The Japanese government sent two
Misses Florence
-The and Ruth
while Mr. and Mrs. Minor and son were son with a large crowd. : was employed there for a short time and engineers to Berlin to study the: telephone

; Hardee, and their friend Miss E. Cone, going to Cincinnati, 0., for the sum- Lockwood Brothers' store was gaily discharged a few days ago. He had bet- system with a view of establishing a '

':; left for White Springs, Fla., Tuesday mer months. This is Mrs. Minor's first decorated from top to bottom. ter stay away from that neighborhood, line in Japan.At .

'[ morning.D. visit for "want the recent annual Prussian Festivalof
i north for sixteen years, having The White brought ten they to see him bad.
;,' up passengersfor Orders 1,496 medals, crosses stars and
,
L. Gaulden, Esq. spent several
never been above Titusville during that
the Riverside .
Sunday.Mr.
the like were given out Court Preacher
ROCKLEDCE VALUES.
days in Jacksonville last week on legal time. Quite a party gathered togetherin
Stocker received the order of the Red
.
Hector's store closed at 9 a. m., to
.
4 business, where he was admitted to town Sunday evening to bid each Mr. Williams gives"Citizen"a Bold Reply. Eagle of the third class.
enable all hands to attend the picnic and
. ': practice in the United States Court. other adieu, when some excellent wine regatta. ROCKLEDGE, FLA. May 5, 1890. Amendicament more powerful than

" -Mr. F. M. Ironmonger, the Florida was handed round to the company by Editor Florida Star: quinine in counteracting fevers is said to
C agent for the Clyde line of Mrs. Treutlcr ere they separated. All Melbourne was busy last week, pre- have been discovered in Mexico. It is a
passenger paring for May Day and doing the usual In the last issue of the STAR I find a plant called the pombolano, the root of
steamers, paid Titusville a visit Saturday -Quite a large and jolly party left cleaning afterward.The communication signed "Citizen," that which contains a,substance analogous to

and returned to Jacksonville Mon here on board the steamer St. Augustinelast up reflects somewhat on the citizens of Rock- quinine.A .

,. day. Thursday morning, to attend the' Eleanor brought up a load of pas- ledge. A personal attack by an anony- vegetable flannel made in Ger

-Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Hartwell: May Day festivities at Melbourne. The sengers from Sebastian and steamed up mous writer, as a rule, I never notice, many of fine leaves which are woven into

r Hartwell and Miss Florence Hartwell, steamer arrived in good time, and a first to Melbourne for another party. but as this takes in at least ten property kinds.undergarments and clothing of various '
One
have been at their Rockledge home class luncheon awaited all who felt dis- The steamers Maggie Dillon and Kath- great advantage is no vermin
who holders of Rockledge, I notice it more to will lodge in clothes made from the
for the past few months, returned to posed to partake thereof. A large number leen and the sharpie Belle brought downa get fuller information from "Citizen" materialA

i Chicago yesterday.We availed themselves of the opportunity full load of passengers from Eau Gallic. than aught else. I respectfully ask "Citi- Bible has just been rediscovered in

learn that Mr. J. D. McDonald to refresh the "inner man" with the Mr. Branch's store and Fee &K esbitt's zen" to drop his "non de plume," and the Vatican library which is in Hebrew.It .

good things provided and then watched hardware store closed. Lockwood is supposed. be the oldest in the
intends to leave Titusville and go to' were under his own name give us a list of the
I the yacht race from the steamer. After Brothers and McQuaig'a were the only holders that world and is valued at $100,000. It is so
I Tampa for a while. He says that he ten. property at Rockledge weighty that ft requires two men to lift bit

; will not forget Indian River, however, the race all left for Melbourne to get stores open. average an actual cash value of $57,000. the binding being in heavy metal.

I and may probably return here. i iI rooms and supper, and to attend the Mr. and Mrs. W. Wilson and Mr. H. J. : The Hotel Indian River property is sup- The vast extent of the rabbit plague in

I -Yr. Henry Egger started, :Monday : ball, which all present voted as a most Tiffin,the:Montreal banker,who has a fine I posed, by persons familiar with the sub- Australia is indicated by the fact that

morning for Kansas City Kansas wherehe enjoyable affair. To give the tired onesa grove at Courtney, are guests of Mr. C. ject, to be the most valuable property, the government of New South Wales estimates -
'
! I chance to rest, the steamer did not J. Hector this week. owing to its improvements,in Rockledge, the expense of erecting rabbit
expec ts. permanently. We proof wire fencing in the western and
central -
leave Melbourne until
eight o'clock and that sold but trifle six
a.m.
learn that he had not decided upon any Mr.James T. Hogg caught, in one after- was a over districts of the colony at I1 ,OOOooo.
All appeared well pleased with the trip months for less than the
figures
last week from the Goode House ago,
business permanently and may assist noon It is a well known fact that ladies seldom -
Rev. A. T. Sharpe in his church work and returned home rejoicing. dock, twelve large trout and two fine named, including lands outside the trust their finest handkerchiefs to

-Don't forget the dance at Masonic bass, beside other no account fish. town. Where are the nine propertiesmore the tender mercies of a laundress these

there. Hall, over the Indian River State valuable than this one? pretty trifles are washed at home and
-The Republican Executive Com- No such crowd was expected until will "Citizen" be kind to spread upon a window pane to dry.
Again so as
Bank, to-morrow (Friday) evening.Our ,
mittee of Brevard county met at Till May Day morning, when Captain Watson tell us who the fortunate ones are who They peel off easily and look as fresh as
,
readers must excuse us if we telegraphed for supper for at least if just from the shop.
and selected
last Thursday, May 1st, -
man
have an income of $10,000 I want to
have overlooked any important items of one hundred persons. No complaint was Some experiments made with a mixed
W. Idner member of the
; Geo. as a
news this week. Our force have all been heard and all seemed pleased with the congratulate them in the first place, and fuel of coal and petroleum,on the Italian
committee, and James T. Bassett, as then present their case to the State at man of war Messaggiero, at Spent, are "'
steadily at work on the tax sale to the regatta and other amusements.
chairman.Col. large as proof positive that orange grow- well worth attention. The Messaggiero,
exclusion of other work. We will fur
Mr. J. H. and of Micco
Sanford Doyle family, which never before surpassed fifteen
D. H. Elliott, of general ing does pay in Florida.
nish our readers with supplement this Melbourne their knots hour reached almost
passed through on way an seventeen
land agent of the Associated Rail- Regarding the town lots in Titusvillethat
't week and next. to their summer home at Chipley, Ga. with the new combustion. The engi-
way Land Department of Florida, arrived lie idle and pay no revenue to the that the
learned that the has of land the neers complain immense heat
-We have reportedsale Mr. tract
Doyle a on
r here yesterday and visited Melbourne owners, whose fault is it? Is not that the generated injures the boflers, but that,
of land Sand Point table land of Pine Mountain where he
of 61 '
is also acres on in the ? If those of be
to-day. Col. Elliott case every town in State course, can met.

:: secretary of the Florida Press Associa- mentioned in these columns two weeks proposes to raise peaches and grapes for town lots have depreciated in value and The time required for a journey around,

tion. ago has been confirmed, Mr. B. Young market. sold for less than they were assessed at, the earth by a man walking day and

having paid over the purchase money to Melbourne had the largest crowd it has that is the misfortune of the owner who night without resting, would be 438
Sebastian started
a'a The steamer St. deed turned to days ; an train, forty days
the express
and ;
the owners over The proverbial three in a bed
ever seen. rise in other
c bought, anticipating a :
; for the St. Johns ;
last Friday afternoon sound, at a medium temperature thirty-
'
of this sale is due to
him. The success middle where.
in
and the
two was no words his at fault.
judgment was two and half hours ball
i' river to take the run of the steamer a ; a cannon ,
: burned at the good management of Mr. J. H. Rol The Carleton was filled to overflowing.The Again, what has Rockledge or the twenty-one and three-quarter hours;
recently
Plant which
: was the lins, who will now work up the intended dining room and parlor were covered county at large to do with the 15 mill light, a little more than one-tenth of a
We
Lake Beresford. suppose clearing off the land and laying into with mattresses. Every available town tax of Titusville? second; and electricity passing over a

J" change will only be for the summer lots. On this property there is a fine spot in the Melbourne, the Riverside and If I read aright between the lines, copper wire"a little less than onetenthof
second
season. site for a hotel, just at the head of Washington Idlewild had an occupant. "Citizen" is jealous of Rockledge and a ,.. ,
: ", Messrs. A. J. Canova and Will Fowler and do not doubt but
i avenue, we
We received last week a pleasant call would like to unload the burdens of GEMS OF THOUGHT.
arrived here Sunday morning with the that Mr. Rollins will shortly find some
f Titusville in part on her shoulders, and
yacht Tarpon, on their way to Old Point enterprising man to start this enterprise.The from our old friends, Capt. J. Sanchez, There is a time for everything, and
is with the
the location is admirable with the heavy A. Pellicier and Walter Cook, of St. trying to create sympathy the secret of success in life lies in doing

Comfort, Virginia, for summer Sebastian sea- hammock just on the northwest, deep Augustine, who are here on a pleasure balance of the county to accomplish that things at just the right moment.

i. son. Owing to the delay of the water on the north and the town juston trip with the White Wings Wednesday purpose.If It is the man who determines the dig

W, in the Haulover canal they spent the south. afternoon a party of friends enjoyed a "Citizen" will come out over his nity of the occupation; not the occupation

most of the day at this place. most delightful sail to Turkey Creek own name and advocate the assessing of that measures the dignity of thomn.n.

Rice has purchasedthe Copt of :Modern Journalism. all all the State at fair .
H.
-Captain E. Melbourne Beach property over a
Grove and afterward to ,
[Special Correspondence.!
River Bank building valuation I will him in his crusade It is not calculable what may be ac-
old Indian join
and
NEW YORK, May 1.-Conjecture taking a car ride to the ocean and a short complished in everything in life by moderate -
from Mrs M. E. Titus, and after replacing gossip in newspaper circles have lately stroll on the "sea beat shore." most earnestly. My principle is "a fair beginnings and judicious perse-

the present sills with new ones been exerted as to why Mr. Ballard valuation and a low millage vs. a low verance.

will remove the building to his lot on Smith happened to be on board of the A large panther has been seen several valuation and high millage." If this Never do anything which if you shouldsee

Main street and give it a thorough over- City that of Paris steamer.at the Mr.time Smith of the left accidentto New times at Melbourne Beach. Early Tues- principle was carried out fully and fairlyit in another you should count a just

hauling. He will also turn the English York mysteriously for no ostensible purpose day morning Mr. John Henry was wash- would do the State more good than occasion to despise him for, or to think

house, which he,now owns. around so it and, with the exception of his dis- ing out some of his pines that had become any reformation that I know of. any way,more meanly of him. %

will face on Palm street. patch In regard to the City of Paris, he "sanded," and hearing a noise in the As far as the assessed valuation of It is idleness that creates impossibilities

to state that the returned as quietly as he went. The brush he stood perfectly still. In a mo- property in Rockledge goes, I believe it and where men care not to do a i
-We are pleased there has been thing, they shelter themselves under a
fact that he was re- ment the panther stepped into the clear. balance of
is fair with the
Grand View Hotel is now open again garded as a piece of luck, but it has and crossed it attention to on a average persuasion that it cannot be done.
paying no
under new management, after having been pretty generally felt that there wasa ing the county, hence I think we pay our Habit in a child is at first like a spi
Mr. He was a big fellow, and as
been thoroughly renovated. The new story back of it. Now it comes out. Henry. just proportion of the taxes.I der's web; if neglected, it becomes a

proprietor Mr. I.M. Mabbette, of Kis- When the Fassett committee beganto Mr. Henry was armed only with a pail of hope "Citizen" will pardon me for thread of twine; next a cord or rope;

had considerable expe- turn Tammany upside down water he did not begin an attack. The asking one more question, and it is this: finally, a cable, and then who can break
has
? simmee, business and knows The World dispntched Mr. Smith to people over there object to hunting Mr. What does he mean when he speaks of it?

rience in the hotel Europe for the purpose of interviewing Panther, or wild cats either, as they are the incomes of the productive of It is great prudence to gain as many
traveling groves
bow to make it pleasant for the Grand Sachem Richard Croker, who is such check the increase of rabbits. friends as we honestly can, especially
on ? Does he the
-t public. luxuriating in a course of mud baths at Rockledge mean grossamount when it can be done at so easy a rate as

Mudge and her sister Miss Liz- Wiesbaden. Mr. Smith no sooner got The large sloop White Wings, Captain of sales in the markets, the a good word; it is a great folly to make i
-Mrs.
visit well out on the billowy Atlantic than John Sanchez, of St. Augustine, arrived gross returns to the grower or the net an enemy by ill words. '

zie Altree, returned from their The Herald got wind of the object of here Tuesday last on a pleasure trip, in- receipts after all expenses are deducted? Without the friendly exchange of
down the river and spent Tuesday and his mission'and cabled the facts to Paris.
far Lake Worth. words and deeds without the
tending to go as as "Let us have more light" kindly ,
yesterday visiting friends In Titusville. The cable message arrived there sooner sunshine of loving looks and smiles of
the did. A Herald man was The passage over Smyrna bar was very H. S. WILLIAMS.
to-day for Sanford.Mr. than big ship
leave house
and
welcome
to encouragement, a
They expect
at dispatched to Wiesbaden from the rough and perilous, owing to the north-
once
Altree will take the position as may be a habitation but never truly a
Paris office, and an interview was obtained east wind, and their dinkey was swampedand -We evidently do not rise to the home.
Sebastian 1
St. on
purser on the steamer from the great Tammanyite in the mud loose but recovered after-
her new run in place of the steamer in Germany in regard to his fellows in cut was occasion. When our merchant, S. H. Blessed is that man who, to his age,

the St. Johns river in a few the in New York. This interviewwas ward. The Cheemaun was capsized and Ray, can sell from $400 to $500 a day has preserved the freshness, the simplicity -
Plant soup
on as promptly cabled back, so that badly stove in attempting the passage for cash, gives room for thought, can and'the purity of youth. If upon

days, when Mr. Smith arrived in Europe he the next day. Expressions of regret we not give up the old method and stop earth there is one sight more refreshing 4

-Mrs. H. Q. Hawley and her mother found himself beaten by The HenUd'a were heard on every hand at the loss of our money going to other cities by mail. thananother man.-Yontrea1, it is the beholding Star. of a

Mrs. D. S. Hutchinson started for Jacksonville superior foreign service. this remarkably fast boat. We hear she Think of this; cash basis is the methodto I good great

Tuesday morning, where they The City of Paris ppisode made up for and will I
is not irreparably damaged, do business. Mr. Ray is educatinghis THE GENTLER SEX.
for The World scored a
awaited the arrival of that, however,
: and rebuilt.
stopped over esteemed doubtless be repaired or brother merchants.N. .
all of its con-
W Mr. Hutchinson and Dr. Hutchinson clean beat over Miss E. Constance Stone is the first fe
temporaries in thattatter.. This affair, Friday last the White Wings took a
their way north for the show to P. Willis once beautiful summer malephysicianwhohaabeengranedrag'Istration
yesterday on to
; trifling in itself, 01 / goes
friends Melbourne Beach fora colonies. She
of to in the Australian
Ere he left Mr. Hutchinson to obtains party home, Idlewild, has been sold and con-
Bummer.made considerable improvement to int news what in expense these newspapers days. To send go a man to picnic. The surf was rather heavy but verted into a private lunatic asylum. has just been registered in Melbourne

bank by for the purpose of obtaining a the water was delightfully warm. A Mrs. Willis is living in Connecticut. She Mrs. Alice Shaw, the American belle
the river Europe
hotel, especially on and single interview means an expense of at very pleasant day was enjoyed to the is a woman of large cultivation, strongcha.ra.cter riffleuse, as she is called, first discoveredher
grading the land to the water's edge and impulses.Josephine remarkable facility in whistling in
least$3,000 for not over three columnsof utmost by all. Mr. Cook secured a fine generous ,
putting in a wall to prevent the water matter. A thousand dollars a columnis Payol was recently sentencedto attempting to. teach a favorite bird to ,
collection. He is
for his an en-
pelican
from washing the bank. We look for a pretty good price to pay for news, and one week's imprisonment for allowing improve its voice.
and fisherman
his early return in the fall. especially when there is the chance of thusiastic hunter herself to be hypnotized in a cage con- "Edna Ly all"is an invalid,leading the
church bas not getting it after all speaks in the highest terms of the fishing taining several lions in a menagerie at most quiet of lives. She says of herself
-St Gabriel's Episcopal I A1L.L FoR1U.'f. here. He says he would hardly be believed Montpelier, France. The hypnotizer is that when but a child she determined to

received a fine present from Mrs. J. N,, in Augustine should he tell the more severely punished. While the girl become a writer and her constant aim

Pritchardof New York, Capt. Pritch- If the material is washable at all,black size of four large trout which he capturedin was under the magnetic influence one of has been to do good.

trd's mother consisting of two fine t dye can practically#be waters fast a short sitting here. "The boys" the lions tore her limbs savagely with The widow of the late Due dAosta received -

} chandeliers which have been received color by the heap of$tha salt bath his claws. from her husband's estate(250,000,
started down the river Saturday,and will .. ...
the church read before the ggnej lja iing commenced >- sJ- .. ,'Y.'ftIIIIASTHMA with jewels pictures, etc. valued at
and placed in After KtfbTakireatment faded go as far as Indian River Inlet, and then CAN BE CUlED.: $230,000 more. Besides this the duchees
created for chande upon. A trl (bou1e.e11 }m'o *
fund
for
use. The black cause by'wwsfctes wOl not occu return here. >>na., ocbesta.N.Y. and. her chad baTe a state allowance
will b
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Fearfully and wonderfully dry. Regular Meeting. s'PILI1''Gr: : c '-Y-LOB., : L

Sheriff Highsmith is down Miami way, May 5th, 1890.

summoning jurors. Members present: R. Morrow, chair- Cocoa, Indian River, Florida. iD

a Miss Lida Brown, who was quite nick, man, P. A. McMillan, J. M. Sanders,

has entirely recovered.The A. J. Carter and C. E. Chaffee, with A. DEALERS IN i I

Mary B. is in from Jacksonville A. Stewart clerk, J. E. Bowman sheriff;

i and the Bessie B. just starting back for and J. T. Sanders county solicitor. i i; 1I
Stoves
Hardware
another cargo. :Minutes of last meetiug read and ap Crockery Tinware 1 I. ..

Rev. J. N. Mulford and wife and wife'slather proved. The following bills were audited 1V.
I.t'
Miss Mary Cadby and Sanford and ordered paid from the General .

: Cluett left for the North the 28th. Fund: AND AGATE-WARE.
Walker, Evans & Cogswell Co., .
Mary Harris, colored, died of hearts
County Record books............$ 22 00 Paints, Oils, Glass and Putty, o' -'. .. .. r
the
disease at the Hotel Lake Worth on TABLE and POCKET CUTLERY I
Docket envelopes................... 5 28 i Ii i
20th and was buried at the West Side j1" -
-
F. E. Joyner, making coffin and Plumbers' and Mill ; I

cemetery.The burying Ella Blanchard......... 8 50 ; BARBED WIRE

drawing of the grand and petit H. Brown, janitress, 2 months 20 00 Supplies, \

juries took place at Juno on the 19th. Mary E.Futch pauper 2" 800 I WIRE NETTING I "
The usual "cussing"has been indulged in tt ,
Charity Padgett 2 16 00 ,
ever since by the victims. .Rachel Revels 2 12 00 Doors Sash Blinds = WIRE '
and CLOTH
,
,
Dr..F. H Houghton, a dentist from Mary :Morgan! 2 16 00 1 V.t V.lI I

Columbus, 0., has set up his chair at the A.G.Henderson 2 16 00

Cocoanut Grove House, and is yankingout L. Eaufala 2" 8 00 BRICK, LIME, CEMENT, GrTJUCLS: .

and plugging up the teeth of the S. H. Ray, Treasurer................. 114 19 '
::
natives at a lively rate. J. P. Blake, census returns......... 4 00 SHINGLES and LATH A.MMTJN-ITIOJN",

There is some talk of forming a Ceme H. J, Brown, feeding prisoners... 22 00 FLSIILXU TACKLE. :

tery Association to take charge of the J. Pritchard, interest................. 40 00

West Side Cemetery, lay it out in lots, E. W. Hall, collecting taxes........ 325 00 Ship Ch tJn.d1ery: Goods,

put in walks and otherwise fix it up so it J. E. Bowman, Sheriff.............. 77 00 Agents for ALABASTIXE, the permanent coating for walls and ceilings ; For Chattanooga Plow Com l

will be an ornamental as well as useful Gray & Dixon, 250 envelopes..... 140 pany's plows and cane mills ; Planet Jr. farm tools.

piece of property.A I I C. E. Chaffee, County Com....... 23 60
Gauze Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasolene Stoves Coffins and Caskets.
P. McMillan rebate on illegal ,
dog, a panther and Arthur Harden ,
: land sale............................... 2 00 AHTESTAISTWELZ, PIPE A SPECIALITY.Catalogues .
mixed up on the 15th up the Loxahatchee
sick J. T. Sanders, salary and rebateon
and at the wind up a dead panther' cards and size lists solicited
sample sent free and
used the illegal land sale................. 68 25 upon application. Correspondence t
1 dog and nearly up man were estimates furnished promptly. .
results of the "mix." The panther measured Whereupon the Board adjourned until I

nine feet nine' inches from tip to 2 p. m.Board. STILING & TAYLOR.with .

tip. ,. convened at 2 p. m., all present. -

On motion the report of S. H. Ray,
% Morning services Sunday, the 27th, at the State and County haying ex- The*Apache's'Nemesis. DYNAMOS ON WAR 'SHIPs.
the Episcopal church on the east side, Treasurer for the quarter ending April 7, pired on the first Monday of May,1890.- FLAGSTAFF, A. T., April 25.-Old man
and Sunday-school and services in the 1890, was received and approved, to wit: I Therefor be it resolved that the Board of Prior's long hunt on the Apache trail is An Interesting Automatic Go...er .,T... F = .
1890 General Fund Dr. ended. His found la Cue of Accident.
body was recently by
Commissioners
afternoon at the school,house on the west County extend the time "If want to know what the most
two the Colorado you
41 prospectors on Chiquito -
Jan. 7, To bal. from last report $ 122
side. Rev. J. N. Mulford kindly officiated for final settlement until the first Monday near Bill Williams mountain. But interesting of the recent electrical intentions -
Hall 184 28
Toam't from E. W.
at the services in the absence of any t of June, 1890, and a new warrant be no Indian had rubbed him out; he had is-the most interesting to naval
a i< it bI
other preacher. 10 00 issued to the Collector of Revenue.On perished of exposure, having become too men* that is"-eaid a naval officer the
31 1M 56 motion the petition of A. Bolton, old to endure the privations of his lonely other day, "you will find it in the dyne ''$
Rev. E. Heyser has sold out his undi. .' 286 96 The ordinary of
Feb. mo run
5" for the exclusive privilege of scouts in the mountains. Many years ago governor. penplc "-
vided half interest ,in all the property "CI 'a .< 1927 plantingand old man Prior had a wife and two chil- did not think about this point,of

owned by Heyser & Cary in this sectionto Mar 10" U II 927 97 maintaining an oyster-bed in Indian dren and a ranch in Arizona. One day course, bat when Edison's works downtown

Ezra A. Oaborn, of New Jersey, and U ,ti H u..e ., 48 09 River in front of land, lot 1 and 2, sec he returned from a search for some lost in New York burned out became

left for his former homQ in Georgia, but 5 and lot 2 and net of set of sec 6 cattle to find the mangled bodies of his the load on the dynamos was suddenly
$1753 54 township 29, s r 38 e, of which land said wife and children lying beside the smok- lightened and the whole power of the b
that he will
to state returnin
we are happy Bolton is the in fee-under ing ruins of his cabin. A band of machines was turned loose on the lamp'tha.t F
owner chapter -
a few weeks and still remain one of Cr. Apaches had passed that way. remained there was not a naTal
Warrants ........$1617 89 157, sec 1 to 7 of laws of Florida-is whatwould
our permanent residents. Apr. 7. By paid Old man Prior didn't say much,but he officer but stopped to think

The corner-stone of the new court- .' Balance.'................ 135 65 hereby granted. rode into the nearest town, bought a lot happen on a war ship should such aa accident
house Juno laid the 19th with To bal on hand $13565 On motion.-In the matter of the peti- of cartridges and rode away into the occur there. Under the ordinary H
at
was on $1753 54 tion of the Town of Titusville for relief mountains. From that day old man method of controlling electrical systems
appropriate ceremonies, Rev. J. N. Mul. against the Road Tax-It is ordered Prior was seen in the towns and mining the engineer has to stand by to macipo
ford being the orator of the day-and a 1890. Building Fund. camps of Arizona. only when he was out late what is called a resistance box whenever f
better selection could not have been made. Jan. 7, To bal. from last report$ 153 23 that the prayer of the petition be denied, of grub and ammunition. He would ask the load at the dynamo is suddenly

The steamer Lake Worth made a specialrun "cc am't E. W. Hall 28 79 it appearing that the same may not be for a job at any kind of work,and would increased or diminished by adding to or "

to those who wished to attend ii 31 u".e *i 24 20 lawfully granted.On work hard for a week or two. Then he cutting off the number lamps. If this
carry Feb. 5 It" 35 89 motion it is ordered that A. C. would spend every cent of his wages for box is attended to instantly matters are 1
from this part of the county, and the J. cartridges and provisions and disappear.In all right.
4 Gardner be allowed a rebate on his State i
115 67
Mar. 10"
& I. W. R. R. brought the Jupiter .. old man Prior's eyes every Apachewas But in a war ship in time of battle tt
ii and County tax for the 1889 to the
,
19" J. pritchard 5 00 year
crowd. a hostile, on the reservation or off, might very easily happen that aa unlucky
-- amount of $18.38. and he the shot from the would DOt
adopted Apache's
own styleof enemy
Thanks to C. I. Cragin for his grit in i $ 362 78 On motion the petition of J. T. San- warfare-bushwhacked 'em when he only cut off all but a few of the la&ps .

putting dollar after dollar in the hole, Apr. 7, By warrants paid......... 65 00 ders and P. McMillan for repaymentof caught 'em out alone. Many an Apache, but also kill the engineer whose duty it .

and to J, A. Durst for pegging away at "By balance................. 297 78 the sum of $3,90, received by the on good terms with the government and was to handle the resistance box.: Or I.a \I.
the bottom of it,when anyone else would drawing rations between raids, tumbledoff the lamps might be cut off and the engineer ,
To bal on hand $297 78 County on tax certificates for lands illegally -
have given up long ago, we at last have his horse in some lonely canyon with be too badly frightened to do the
$ 362 78 sold for taxes.-Said lands belong ;
of old Prior's bullets .Inamomenttherermifnfag
one man throughhis right thing :
an artesian well at depth of 804 feet
a
1890 Sinking Fund Dr. ing to the United States and State of head. Old man Prior never talked lamps on the ship would be destroyed '. l'
rise of about 30 feet of the usual ,
giving a Jan. 7 To bal. on last report....$ 540 87 Florida-is granted. about his hunts, nor much about any- and the dynamo as welL The fnng***"*
sulphur water. More of our rich resi- 14 To am't from E. W. Hall 86 39 Whereupon the Board adjourned until thing else. He took no scalps, and there would be in utter darkness, and fatal
dents will now' down wells, while the no telltale notches cut in the stockof confusion would thing
put "* 31" u" 72 61 the first Monday in June, 1890. were prevail The one
poor ones will continue to irrigate with I Feb. 5 .' ". A true Copy.A.. his rifle, but the old timers, who remembered for which naval men have looked was a
buckets. I 143 56 A. STEWART, Clerk, the murder of his family, governor for the dynamo.; When&wax
Mar.10 4I 462 70 by J. P. Blake, deputy clerk. knew very well what sort pf game he found it was a simple thing-just an extra

Pine Slips. -- hunted, and not one of them would give coil of wire placed on the dynamo,
$1306 13 Pleasant with KYerybody him away to the authorities. this coil being made of much larger wire
:Parties desiring* pine-apple slips, ban- Apr. 7 By paid Warrants....... 91 66 Jolliboy-Good morrjbg, sirl! Settlers, who had suffered themselvesfrom than is used on the horseshoe xnagoet
should
fruit
.
anas or tropical trees
correspond any with 44 Am't paid Indian River Bilious Why, sir, 1 do not know you Apache raids, often fitted out old It is not easy to explain the action of tht

ROY MCFADDEX, Bank on warrant......... 309 90 Jolliboy-I didn't say you did, sir. man Prior without asking any questionsor extra coil of wire,but it receives the car 1
Good sir! Boston Herald. demanding any work from him in re rent and it serves
52tf. > Melbourne, Fla.. Am't paid Indian Riyer morning, serves as a governor
turn. They would fill up his cartridgebelt throWs on a steam pipe of an engine.
Bank on warrant......... 700 00 Circumstantial Evidence. give him a supply of beans, flour, If there is a call for an increased service

Aa Accounted For DId xbance. By balance................. 204 57 J 1sue salt, sugar and tea and say: "Good luck, the series coil, as it is called, provides it

To Bal.on hand $'04 57- old man!" as he rode away. How many If every lamp bat one of a 500 lamp circuit :)

$1306 13 Apaches he wiped out no man knows.He be cut, off at one stroke,that one .v

1890 Road Fund. Dr. ', had been growing feeble for some lamp burns on, unaffected to any appreciable ,.
time and was unfit for the rough hard extent. ;
Jan. 7 To am't from E.
W. Hall 46 07
life he led, but he had only one purposein "There is another feature of this governor !.
4 ,
31" 39 65 life, and he stuck to it to the end and that; makes it valuable to a warship f "
Feb. 5" 71 74 died on the Apache's trail A. K. whose coal space Is limited. When ,

Mar.10 Co". 232 17 the lamps are cut off the power of tta ".
If new calicoes are allowed to lie in dynamo and the consequent consaaap-

$ 389 63 strong salt water an hour before the tion of coal are not wasted in forcing the
Cr. first washing the colors are less likely to current through a resistance \ x. Tta
fade. reduction in the used isalmosftia Iil'
Jan. 7 By Bal. from last report 3 44 power th ,
proportion to the load removed or *
Jlra. Beaurcgard Who's.dat crackin Apr. Warrants paid........ 255 75 Grains of Gold. number of lamps cut off. HCOOUmpa, ., '

peanuts-dig yer tlme-d-DfghU 14 Balance.................. 130 44 .... Every step of life shows how much for instance require 60 hone power the -
Little Pickle (from the trundle,bed>- *; "'. To balance on hand- caution is required.-Goethe. power required when 450. lamps werecut .
It is rub ,
Y good to and
.raintDOODe.D1ammY. frpk'hJ&Jane's G polish our brain
: $130 44 ................$ 389 63 .r against that of others.Montaigne.It off would be, say, Thorsepowerwhich 4
combin out her kinks, .
Jodge.Tfe means the coal to
a saving of required
to .
On motion A. J. Carter and C., E. "Mr.: Slowpop has proposed ,you, is a great misfortune not to have the 43 horse with. '
power dispensed :
my dear. mind enough to talk well
XAW Delay Chaffee were-appointed a committee to nor judgment "The invention is, not of the sort to '
"How do know, papart'II to be silent
enough
you La
'Any applications for poh'ciesT"Yea. burn the ,redeemed scrip. ,Committee in." -- Bruyere. attract notoriety outside of people inter
him I coming
met
as was
Ceremony all
Hera's a fellow whose's sen- keeps up things; 'tis likea naval
ested in electrical but to
returned and reported scrip burned. "Did he look ?" plant, .
happy glass to ncb
tenced to death by electricity wants a tent penny a Spirit or some excellent vessels it Is a matter of enough importance
his On the "No, but his trousers were terriblybagged water; withourit the water
year policy on life motion-whereas the time foR were to the objection
remove only
"Oh,...take it. It's- a-safe... .risk."-Life, settlement by the Collector of Revenue at the knees. Time. %jilt, the spirit loit.-Selden.., against dynamos on ehiFlioal ,' ".'


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Ii't : Descnpbon. I S. T. R. Acs. Taxes and Name I + I I
f Description Ef:1R.IAal { Unsuspected disorders of the kidneys are
ContinuedfroTll 4.
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Costa'part y : responsible for many of the ordinary ail-
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BH Weed of 8W I of 8 e I, described in. F Q Brown trustee all .........-..............................IZJ': 83536 640 '6 43 ments of humanity which, neglected de-
Deed Book J, 200................. 262837 velop' into serious and
page 3 $1 61 F Q Brown trustee s w } of ne } and s 1-2 of n w \ and a perhaps, fatal
UnknownUnknown 8 w I ofne ofne }....11.............1, 272837 10 i57ueofnw s 1.2.......................................... 203536 440 4 61 malady. Experience would suggest the
}.........-...................... 272837 40 2 45 F Q Brown trustee a 1-2 of n e |, n w } of s e J and s w f 283536, 280 3 17 use of Dr. J. H. McLean's Liver and Kid-
Unknown n w } ofnw }............................... 27 28 37 40 2 45n F Q Brown trustee s w } ofne J, n 1-2 of n e J and w 1.2 323536: 4-10 4 61 ney Bairn.

; Unknown w Iof n wI............................... 37 40 2 45s Unknown s w j of n wi................................ 253539 2 45 Frequently accidents occur in.the household -
.: Unknown w 1 of n wi.....?.1??................... 35 2837 40 2 45s Unknown n w J of s w }.............................?.. 253539!, 40f' 245 which cause barns, cuts, sprains and
'V F Smith part of lots 5 and 6....................... 62838 20 1 57 Unknown n w J of n w J ?............................ 343539 40) 2 45 bruises; for use in such cases Dr. J. H.
Unknownunknown lot J.......................:.......................1728138 19 1 38 Unknown s w J of n wI................................ 34'35139,' 245 McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment has for
lot 2........ .................................... 2838 40 2 45 ,Jno A Richards put of n e } of s e I, des deed book, 401 many years been the constant favorite f

k, unknown lot 3............................................. 172838 23 2 45 page.............................. ........... 93540 I 5 1 78 family remedy. .
unknown lot 5............................................. 17 2838 36 2 45 J A Richards part of s e J of s e J, des deed book I, A disordered
unknown lot 6................................ ............. 1728138 52 3 36 page 634............................?..... 93540 18 1 97 or malaria in the condition will of the stomach sick,
unknown lot 7.............................................. 55 3 36 B F Shleppy n j of s 1.2 of set of s e }............... 9,3540, 15 1 57 headache, can system tlm produce? trouble .
unknownL lot 1...................................... .. .. you remove by. .I
182838 4 1 02 unknown s w J of set................... . ....... 93540, 40 4.26 taking Dr. J. II. :McLean's Little Liver
0 GarretL lots 1 and 3........................:........... 72 516 H H Harvey lot 1, bock C. Edgartown..1..1.\ 103540' 1 02 and Kidney Pellets. 25 cents vial. i
33,2838
0 GarretL all................................................ 6-10 6 43 R S Reynolds lot 200 ft on Magnolia st by 300 ft on. per
0 GarretL all............................................... 8129 35 6-11 6 43 Palmetto ave.... .......................103540 I 1 25 and A beautiful woman must be healthy,
0 GarretL n of n e i. e lof nwswof se Unknown n e 1 of n e J................................. 223540' 40 2 45 should to remain healthy and beautiful she 1
t and s wi................................. 1829 35 361 429nof Unknown s w t of net............... ........... .... 303540| 40,'! 3 36 ening Cordial take Dr.and J. H/McLean's Blood Strength-
GarretL Purifier. It
0 n w 1.8.1 ofnwwofse I Unknown s w of se J................................. 353540! 40 4 26 tone and flush imparts -
and s w 1...................................... 361 4 29 F Q Brown trustee s w J ofne J and s 1.2 of n w J ands 'I 'I vigor and blood to is the skin, strength, .j

0 GarretL eland }.ofnw }..........................30 29 35 401 4 26n 1.2.......................................... 23635 440 5 01 for all pure, from the; babe equally the adapted of j jeither
0 Garret e 1, e of n w 1 ands 1................ 32 29 35 560 5 70 F Q Brown trustee lot 2, 3, and 4................................. 436'35' 1602, 09 sex.ages to aged,
unknownunknown n w i of n 29 3S 40 4 26 F Q Brown trustee neandsl2ofswneofsw J,. I I \

ueofse 40 426 se J......... ......."..."....... ............ 12,3635 440 5 01 If the stomach performs its functions
unknownE n e i of s e 40 4 26n F Q Brown trustee w1.2ofnejsejofnwjsws: ] : actively and regularly the food of which its

Y Cable e cor lot ei..6 1-2 of s e J, net of set................20J36'35 I 400 4 66 the receptacle, is transformed into blood j
F, page. .. 29 38 25 4 66 F Q Brown trustee e 1-2 of s w i and s e i......................'!22!36 35 240 2 82 o f a nourishing qnality, which furnishes
igor and warmth
: unknown nw 1 of n 40 4 26 F Q Brown trustee s w | of n e |, e 1.2 of n w }, n w J of! to the whole body, the-
John Biard lot 5..... ... 40 4 26 nwel-2ofseandnw I of s I J.remedy II. to give tone to the stomach w Dr. 1

Peter Koller lot 4.............................................142938. 34 4 26 ej.. .. ........ ..."... ... .......... 2 636 35 2 ; 3 97 and Blood McLean's Purifier. Strengthening Cordial j
John Biard lots 1, 2 and 3......................?..........1529 38 100 6 05 F Q Brown trustee s 1-2 f"n ; J, n ;T of n ; J:s w \o 01 Ifs 1
Annie Carmichall frac ............................................. 162938 203 9 6-1 e J and s w \.................... ........ 2$3635 320 3 93 The danger of a malarial atmosphere .
unknownC n e I of n wi.. ................................ 232938 40 4 26 F Q Brown trustee net of n w } and e 1-2................... 03635' 360 3 53 may be averted if you will occasionally .,
F LathamC lots 1 and 2... ..................................35 29 38 82 4 26 F Q Brown trustee n 1-2 and e 1-2 of s e }, n w J of set. 213635!, ': 440, 4 61 take a dose of Dr. J. II. McLean's Chills
F Latham lots 2 and 3.................. ..................3629 38 82 4 26 F Q Brown trustee net of set and net.................... 63635 200 245FQBrowntrustee and Fever Cure.
F Q Brown, trusteeF g 1 of n and n of s !.....\.1..11.1.11.293035 320 2 09 ueandwl2ofswe1.2ofnw: I I Appetite and sleep may be improved I'

Q Brown trusteeF woof nwand s wi...................223035 2-10 1 74 }, s e of s wi.............................23636 360 429 every part of the system strengthened and
Q Brown, trustee \v }........... .......1..N....................... 343035 320 2 09 F Q Brown trustee 11 w J, w 1.2 of s w I, s e i of set.... 63636! 2801 3 17 the animal spirits regain their bonyancy '_
Unknown all Fleming.s Grant in..1..1\1111\\11 30311296 6 43 ? Q Brown trustee nes1-2ofswLnwof: s w |, e.. I' 'I by the use of Dr. J. II. )IcClean'sStrength1

f 1._;of set....... .......................... 8,3636' 360 4 29 ening Cordial and Blood Purifier. ,
unknown all Fleming'R Grant except lot assessed 8 F Q Brown trustee all............................................... 03636, 640;, 6 43 Sudden change of and humidity j
temperature
to D F Cameron................. 30 38 109 34 F q Brown trustee e 1-2 of s w } and w 1-2 of n wI...... 83636' 1601 3 53 of the atmosphere often produce
unknown lot 2................. ..................... .... 33038 67 6 05 F Q Brown trustee se } of s w J.........111.1..1.\........ .03636: 40 1 02 borders of the kidneys and bladder. UseDr. .
unknown s of lot 3.......................,............ 113038 20 4 26n T E Richards n 1-2 of s 1.2 of lot 2........................ 23640' 18 2 45 J. II. McLean's Liver and Kidney
unknown of lot 3.1..1..... ....................... 11 3038 20 4 26n Unknown s 18 acres of lot 2............. ............. 23640' 18 2 45 Balm to check these troubles in their incip- I
unknownD \v I of 8 e 1................................. 153038 40 2 45s Florida Land & Mortgage I I ency,
P Gibson e part of lots 2, 3 and 4, and n w Co, limited all................................................43640 639 6 83
part of lots 5, 6 and 7...................253038 102 37 02 UnknownFlorida se I of s e !... ............................... 63640! 40! 426 .Dr. J. II.cLean's: Chills and Fever
UnknownD lot 3............................................. 73039 48 2 45 Land & Mort- I Cure is gentle in action, and warranted a
GibsonD lot 2 .... .......................................203039 40 3 36 limited: all.....................................:............_)33640 639 6 83 certain cure. 50 cents a bottle. i
P Gibson lot 1................................................283039 36 3 36 Florida Land & Mort-: \ 1 I ,
Unknownunknown fray ............... .............................. 2930 39 22 3 36 age Co, limited all...........................111.................. 43640 648 6 83 Cleanse your breath with DeWitt's Lit- j
all Fleming's Grant in..............1...11. 3039 81 4 26 Florida Land & Mortrage I i tie Early Risers Dixon. & Gray. ,
D P GibsonD lots 2 and 3 and s w I of s e }...........113138 107 4 26 Co, limited all................1.11.1........................ 2.i3610 646 I 6 83
P Gibson swof n wi.......................... ..... 14 3138 40 245 Florida Land & :Mort- j His girl didn't go back on him because
UnknownD n 1 of 8 wi.................................... 1431 38 80 4 26 rage Co, limited all................................................ -6 640 6 83 he used DeWitt's Little Early Risers.
P Gibson lot 1............................................. 153138 36 1 7-1 Florida Land & Mort- 36I40 I
'Unknownllnknown all Fleming's Grant in,111\................ 3138 1617 5-1 60 gage Co limited all..................... ......................... 35t36'40 640 6 83
lot 2............................................. 43139 34 426 N W Frantz part of frac, s w J, des deed book G I The Indian River Country.
unknownH lot 5.....................................1....... 63139 17 4 26 page 325................................... !,5 2 85 Third edition (revised) of the Brevard
C Sill lots 7, 9 and 1011.\.111....11..1.11.........103139 113 785 Unknown s 1-2 lot 3. .................................... 8,3641 42 7 85 Florida) for 1890
County ( Pamphlet
Unknownunknown lot 3............................................. 1431 39 62 3 36 Sarah A Sager n, part lot 2..1..1....................... 93641 40 13 24
8 w 1 of 8 e }................................. 203139 40 3 36 Florida Land & Mortgage -, I now Description ready. of Indian River y
unknown s e 1 of 8 e 1................................... 2031 39 40 3 36 Co, limited s w J............................................. 93641 160 2 49 its climate health and settlements country 76;
;::. unknown lot 3.................................... ........ 21 3139 40 3 36 i Florida Land & :Mortgage with Free to applicants;
unknown lot 4....................".................. ..... 21 3139 30 2 45 I Co, limited !oe i ofse 1, w 1.2 of s eland w 1-230.36 440 5 01 enclosing ages, a two maps.cent .
unknown lot 5............................................. 21 3139 43 3 36 Florida Land & Mort- L. HATCH stamp.A. .
MOMohr lot 15, sub-div of lot 7..................... 223139 9 3 36 gage Co, limited all......... ...................................... 3136 -11. 640 6 83 50-3mo City, Point Fla.
.. UnknownW lot 1............: ................................2331 39 34 2 45 Florida Land & Mortgage ,
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H WigfieldUnknown lot 1, 8ub-div of lot It east of river.... 2131 39 5 3 36 Co limited. swofnwjsejof swn1.2of,

8 w lof 11 e t................................. 29 3139 40 2 45n 8 W J...........................................323641 160 2 49 CHEAT SCOTT I
unknown w I ofse }................................. 2931 39 40 2 45 F Q Brown trustee lots 2 and 3 ands 1-2 of n e i and E' i Why> don't you cure that cough? JVWitt's 1
unknownF swofse }................................ 29 31 39 40 245s 1-2 of set.................................. 4'3735 243 3 22 Cough and Consumption Cure will do it.
Q Brown, trustee : w i ofnw 1. e 1 of s \V }.............., 203235 120 1 74 F Q Brown trustee I Is 1-2 of n e \, s e }, lot 10................ .637 36 280 3 17 This remedy is positively certain, prompt oj
{ F Q Brown, trustee sofnwandnwofnw/ 120 1 74nwof F Q Brown trustee n 1.2 of s w 1 and n 1-2.. ....... ........ 20 37 36 400 4 26 and thoroughly satisfactory, ifyou- have i
q F Q Brown, trustee nw }...............................303235 40 102 F Q Brown trustee s w \............................................. 2237 3G 160 2 09 tried it you know this statement to be a fact, r'
t Unknown n w 1- ofne }.11.11\1,1111.1\11\ 11.11111\1. 1 3239 40 3 36 Florida Land & Mortgage -, if you have not you are doing yourself an
# unknown w 1 of 8 w 1 ofne }....................... 1 323D; 20 2 45 Co limited all................................................. 1 37 40 651 6 83 injustice. It is sold by Dixon & Gray.
unknown n e I ofnw }.................................. 33239 40 2 4t Florida Land & Mortgage
;.. unknown owl of 8 e I................................. 33239 40 245s Co, limited all........................ ....... ............... 2137 -10 650 6 83 Ask Dixon & Gray what De".itt's. Little
unknown w 1 of.a: e #................................. 33239 40 2 45 Florida Land & Mortgage :\ Early Risers are. }
., unknown tie I of DJ wi................................ 4 3239 40 2 45s Co, limited :all................................................ 11 3740 640 6 83 I
; unknown e 1- ofse }................................... 4 32 39 40 2 45 Florida Land & Mort-: ; Take DeWitt's Little Early Risen. J
unknown lot 2....................................... ..... 11 3239 35 2 45 gage Co, limited all........... .................................... 123740 642 6 83 I
unknown n e I of 8V I................................. 243239 40 2 45 'lorida Land & Mortgage \ DeWitt's Little Early Risers get tare. .1
f k; unknown :5 e i of 8 wi..................................24 3239 40 2 82n Co, limited all............... ................................ 13374C, 641 6 83
IJ: unknown e 1 ofne }..................................3.53239 40 2 45 Unknown lot 2............................................. 233740 67 3 36 REWARDIs
t' unknown owl of net.................................35 32 39 40 2 45n Florida Land and Mortgage I certain if reasonable effort b made*to i
t; F Van Valkenburg 1 of 8V }.................................... 36 3 39 80 4 26s Co, limited net of n w.J.s ..................................24374 40 1 42 cure a cough by the use of DeWitt't Ceugb.
Unknown W lof 8 e ................................. 32 39 40 2 45seofse Florida Land and Mortgage and Consumption cure this remedy is corr
unknown : }..................................363239. 40 245 Co, limited 12........... ..................................2631 40 320 3 93 rect and certain in its action and costs no* t
J. t unknown lot 1............................................. 2032 0 29 2 45 Florida Land and Mort more than unreliable preparations, insist. '1
; unknown lot 6............................................. 3032 40 40 4 26 limited all............................................... 35 37 40 638 6 83 upon having it. For safe by Dixon & Gray .J
unknown lot 7.................................. ..........303240 21 1 09 3 Florida Land and Mort- y
r unknown lot 1............................................. 31 3' 40 5. 6 t> gage Co., limited. lot :3 and w 1-2.............................. 36 37 -10 400 4 66 ADVICE. ,.,
F Q Brown trustee s e 1 ofne }................................. .335 40 61 02 II A Pierce part lot 3, des deed book G, page 245 4374 22 7 85 "Keep your heak cool, your feet warm,. ff
:,'; F Q Brown, trustee all................................... ........... 63335; 6')4 24 T E Richards lots 2 and 3 except land sold to Pierce. your liver active and trust In God,"was the J
F Q Brown,, trustee n of 8 wi..............;...................... 833 35 80 1 38 and Marsh................................. 437 41 113 1904 advice of a celebrated physician to a patient* j|
{ F Q Brown trustee owl of 8 e'.................. ............ 14 a3 35 40 1 02 Florida Land and Mort- you can regulate the action of your liver,.
; F Q Brown,, trusteeF o e of 8 w I, S W I of 8 e I and n I. limited all............................ .................. 637 41 658 6 83 kidneys and bowels by using DeWitt' Saxsapanlla "1!
Florida reliable blood
: ofse }....................................... 183335 160 "- 46 Land and Mort- an absolutely purifying --
F Q Brown trustee ne I sIofswandse I .......111.1 203335 400 1 38 gage Co, limited all.-........... 737 -11 636 6 83 remedy, for sale by Dixon & Gray

F Q Brown, trustee nl of 8 wi...............................: ... 2233 35 80 James Halliday a 1-2..S 320 6 05 J
F Brown SW 1 of n e I. n 1 of n e I. e 1 of n w T E RichardsG part of frac n eland n e n w 9,37, 41 76 36 62 Notice to Creditors, Legatee :
f: Q trustee andnwofseandsw }......... 283335 400 4GG L Lucas lot3............................................. 937, 41 80 964 1
'" I I of n w i and 8 w 1 of s wi....... 80 138.343335 UnknownUnknown 18 e J ofnw }...............1.-.............. 93741 40 1 38 and Distributees. -;
Brown trusteeF W
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240 28nwandnofsw ) ie 1-2 of w 1.-.............. 937 41 80 2 45 claims de '
Q Brown trustee }.....................363335 : 45 s All persons having and.
Unknown 1 ofse 1-................................ 13 39 2 Unknown \V 1-2 of s w j..9,3741 80 2 45 mands against the estate of Benjamin
unknown s lot e .............................................. 8 33 40 40 3 36 T E Richards e 12.................. ..........-.............. 1637 -11 320' 6 43 Lanehart deceased, late of Dade county, .i

: lot 7................ .......... 46 3 36 Florida Land and Mort as creditors, legatees or distributees, "
w unknown .N.\ 83340 1 74 ............................................. 173 640 6 83
unknown lot 6............................................ 26 gage Co, limited all.. -11 take notice that their claims must be ;
1i unknown lot 8./. .... ...................... ......... 163340 30 04 Florida Land and Mort presented within two yearn from date .1
: unknown lot 3............:................ .....::......... 2133 40 32 245 limited alL.-........ ..... 1837, -11 635 683 hereof, or same will be barred ; and persons "
; ; unknown lot 4. ........................................... 213310 39 2 45 Florida Land and Mortgage indebted to said estate will make i
lot 6..!........................................... 33 32 245 I Co limited all.-.2037' -11 640 6 83 payment to my agent, William M. Lane- 1 jj
unknown lot 1..............................................22 33 g 15 1 67 Unknown n w J........................-............... .218741 160 3 53 hart at Palm Beach, Fla. \\
unknown unknown lot 2............................................. 27 33 ::0 38 24a I Unknown sv i-.......................................... 2187 41 160 3 53 W. M. LANEIIAET,
p" ............................................. 33 43 2 45 I Unknown s e J of s e J and w 1-2 of s e J......1... 213741 120 3 53 Executor of the last will and testament -
unknownF lot.2. e 1 of n Unknown lot 3frac. .... ........................................2237 41 63 7 85, of Benjamin Lanebart. 50-8w
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Q Brown trusteeF Q w 1 of...n..e...I....8..!......D...w.....,.............. 103435 160 2 435 I Unknown .............................._.............. 23,3741,, 11 4 26
w 1- } Unknown n 1-2 lot 3........................-............263 41 40 6 05
Q Brown trusteeF n and} w eot'B8ell.........}11..11.1.1\111} ... 14 34 35 2SO 7 Unknown n 1-2 lot 4...................... .............. 26374, 40 6 05 Master'a Sale.

and of I) Florida Land and Mortgage Under and virtue of final decree' of
of w I 8 by a
Q Brown trusteeF n 1 of n e I. n 1 n
2937 440 501
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....... .. 223435 9-tO 30' Co, limited n1.2ands1.2ofseseof aw 1 -11 foreclosure and sale, issued oat of and un-
w 1--I of Bel.,11.11111el2ofa .. ..... 263435 120 1 74 Unknown lot 3...........................................313741 24 1 74 der the seal of the Circuit Court of the 7th
Q Brown trusteeF I and n w of 1.8 Ti I of s Unknown lot 4..............................................3137 41 16 1 33 Judicial Circuit of Florida,in and for Bre
Q Brown trustee 8 1.2 of B w I, n e 1 8V ..... 363435 200 2 8 5 Unknown lot 5............................................. 3137 41 18 1 57
e I and lot 4.- 22 34 36 80 1 3B 17 of lot 1........................... 3337 41 17 2 4 ter-
.......................... Unknown s acres cause pending, n Floyd
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F Q Brown trustee 8 1-2 of n e }. ....................... -68440 34 336 Unknown e 33 acres of lot 2............................3337 41 33 2 82 and New ins are complainants and Stephen

Unknown UnknownUnknown" lot lot 2 1.......:..................................... ......................53440 38 2 4.1 unknown lot 3..............................................35137 1 42 9 64 Ryder et al., are defendants, I wUl, on the

lot 3............................................. 6 3t10 50 336: first Monday in June,same being the 2nd
1.2 of n w }. ..... 8 3-t 40 160 114 5 All land advertised in this list is in townships south, ranges east. day of the month and a legal sale day of
eland e -
: Jno A Grahamunknown lot w 1.2 2..of....n....................................... 3134 40 23 3 4 8j sell this court the between the legal hours of sale to-,
2 -W. HALL following-described
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unknown lot 1........................................... 3434 40 80 1 38 wit : property
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F Q Brown trusteeF e 1.2 of 8 e } } 8 3535 321sl 3 5J:: Collector Revenue for Brevard Co., Fla. Lot number one and the northwest quarter
.2ofneel-2ufawandse 120 of the northeast of section 15
10'35 quarter
Q Brown trusteeF 8 1 74 ,
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Q Brown trustee n w I ofne I &nd..n 1-2 of n w } 12 224aeofsw 2 4 5 Titu< jville Fla., May 6th 1890. township 24, south of range 88 east, situate,
F 1 and 8 e }...... ............. lying and being in the county of Brevardand
Q Brown trusteeF .1835 1 74
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Q Brown trusteeF 81-2 of ,'e i, n e I
12 e 1. n w 1 of 8 e } and w 1.2 35135 Terms of sale, cash. Purchaser to pay
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Q Brown trustee 8 of...._.,............,.......................... 2813535 20 440 5 6 0 4 3 1 for titles. .
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F Q Brown trusteeF all._:............... ... 30'3518' 647 6 4all..i. Sen d Your
.Q Brown trustee .............\. ............,....'..,,.i. '135135' 320 S b3:: US .. '1'-, Special Master
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F Q Brown trustee w.I.2-. ....................1.1..L.N..: f 618)186: 6001 6 6< W. F. WAT,..< J> :
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NOTICE. Master's Sale. From the Land Flowers. I

IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED Under and by virtue of a. decree of Longwood, Fla., Oct. 29, 1889. ERE I AM AGAIN! -I....;

NOTICE will be sold at Public Auction on the (2nd) Second Day of June, A. D. foreclosure and sale rendered by the Mr. A. B. GDR.\RDEAII, Savannah, Ga. .
Hundred and judge of the Circuit Court of the Seventh DEAR fciR:-I' have fully tested the
t1890 Eighteen Ninety, at the Court-HouS, at TitusvilJe, in the Ift
.ountr of Brevard, in the State of Florida, or 80 much thereof ag will be necessary in Judicial Circuit of Florida,sitting ,Jdhnson'a Chill and Fever Tonic you I
due for Town chancery at chambers for the countyof sent me and have to 15 of '
to piiy4he amounts Taxes herein set opposite to the sam 1:, together report cases :
\'ith the cn1its of sale and advertising: Brevard, dated the eleventh day of Chills and Remitting Fever that it has
February,. A. D. 1890, in a certain cause cured. Not one failure. With some
wherein The Florida Agricultural College J WI ROGERS
I experience as to the demands of Georgiaand ,
a corporation organized and existing Florida, and especially in the southeastern
Owner. Descrition. A mount.H.Q under the laws of the State of FlorI I part of this State, I know of no

ida is complainant and Sarah G. Gleasonand remedial agent so worthy of general use Before an intelligent, appreciative and

f Hawley lot 1 \\3ger' subdivision Jot 3, block A. $ 3 75 I will William sell at H.public Gleason outcry are, in defendants front ofthe as yours. Whoever originated it i+ apublic discriminating public, presents himself rs

T H Sanders s J l of e of lot 2, block D.................... 3 00 court-house door of Titusville Bre- benefactor. Yours truly, t
ft Unknown n 50 feet of lots 1, 2 and 3, block E....... 9 00 yard county Florida,on the first Monday, S. F. GOVE and makes his bow, announcing that he

, unknown '. lots 1'l, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7, block F........... 21 00 in June. A.T D 1890, the same being the Indian Missionary river and Florida its Baptist Country on is a candidate for their favors, good
; vicinity.
unk owc lot 1, block G, fronting 521.2 feet on second day of the month, during the
.- Washington avenue, running to IndianRiver legal hours of sale, for cash, to the highest wishes and-ca:h. i
Advice to Mother
described in deed book K
page bidder the described
following real
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". 230................................................. 30 00 estate, to-wit: be Mr used* WnrsLuWs when children SOOTHISO: are cutting to TBCP should teeth. always It reLevea -
; Dire 3i E Titus lot 1, block II..................................... 45 A tract of land in the -village of Eau the little scfferernt once;it produces natural, As blood is thicker than water, so u

V Unknown f.. lot 2, block IL................................... 30 Gallie, Brevard county, Florida: described quiet a button.sleep,and" It the is little very cherub pleasant awakes to taste."brightas It cash betty than credit. He propose to
William Davis lots 1 and 3, block K........................... .1 50 as follows to-wit : All of block soothes the chil.softens tbe gums,alla's all pain, ti
Unkno\\"u lot 1, block L..................................... 75 "C"of said village, said block being regulates for diarrhoea the,bowels whether,and arising is the best from known teething reined or y get out of the old ruts and Sell his i;lv

unknown ., all of ten lots, block 1.......................... 7 50 bounded on the north by "Fountain other causes. Twenty-nte cents a bottle. Goods at Kock Bottom Prices for bard
unknown lot 3, e subdivision, block 4..k.......... 75 Park," west by Pineapple avenue, south .
t' unknowna; ', lot I, oM block 4, as per map................. 2 25lrz5)1 by J onset street and east hy Indian River, Many PersonsAre Cash.
Owens lot 7, block 8.......................... ........... 1 50 according to a survey made by William broken down from overwork or household
Mrs Di E Entsey lot 9, block 8........................... ........... 1 50 II. Gleason, a map of which is now on cares Brown's Iron Bitters P
I' Unknown lot 7, block 9.................. ................... 1 50 record in Brevard county the said rebuilds the system aids digestion removes ex- He handles a first-class line ofClothing
Mrs M E Titus lot 9 block 9... ............ ; cess of bile,and cures malaria. Get the genuine.
.................... 1 5Mro 0 block being the block on which the Agricultural ;
M E Titus, agt. II. '1' Titus lot 6, block 10 ................................... 60 College: building is situated, LADIES
' Unknown \V 1-2 of lot 1, block 11........................ 1 20unknOn or as much thereof as will be sufficient Needing a tonic,or children that want building
e2 of lot 1, block 11........................ 2 10 to :satisfy said decree and co ts of sale. *,_ URO' N's up should IRON take HITTERS.
unknown lot 4, block 11.................................... 1 50 Purchaser to for titles. It is pleasant to take, cures Malaria,Indigestion ,
pay
Mrs :M E Titus, agent lot 6, block 11............ ............ ... ..... 75 JAMES SANDERS ,and Biliousness. All dealers keep it.
L. Digs 1\1 E Titus, agent lot 3, block 17..1 20 ,
Special Master Both and Order.
Ready-made
. Unknown. lot 5, block 17..................................... 1 20 Beggs&: Palmer and Robbins & Graham HINDERCORNS. to
The only Cure for Corns.
"' James l' Small lot I, block 18...................................... 15 0 solicitors for complainant. comfort"mire the fe U 15&at DruggibU.Stops H alt iscuz rain.A Co FnwirM,M.Y.CONSUMPTIVE. I
James T Small lot 2, block 18..................... .............. 1 50 25t lIiGents'
James T Small lot 3, block 18..................................... 2 25Unknown' aY U ,. .
trays T'I'I I.au: Rrono'iiti* Asthma liidurestiont
t lot 9, block 18....... ........................... 1 20 XOTIC12.In PARK R'a CI.HCER TONIC. It.hMCI1M
a unknown lot 12, block H).................................... 1 9.3 tho trum e'u.tcavu c.itcctive+nutr1tion.au.I'+Niu Take tremalttuca111ll ill tia+e. 6Oc. and"n.n'IL t unknown lot I, block 22..................................... 30Poynh ; Circuit Court of the 7th Judicial Circuit Furnishing DepartmentIs
: & Kolle 12 lot, all of block 23..1 3 00 of the State of Florida, lliei'anl f

Unknown lot 4, bluck 25.................................... 23 county, A. D 1800. HIRES'w
unknown lot 6, block 25............... ....................,. 23 Wisnell&TwcltriiUeThe : Complete. Nobby Hats from
unknown : I its 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5, block 26................. 75 YS. I Attachment. first-class hands and Shoes
w; '- to suit
,
MN M E Titus, agent 12 lots, all off block 27........................... 2 70 Indian River Amount sworn the
C J Hector lot 10, Robbins & Graluuu'8 addition to Land & Iniprov'm't l to $.,SU2.G9. HIRES' IMPROVED 2St' most fastidious. Trunks, Valises and fy

tl1sville ...................................... 60 Co, A corporation ROOT BEER Hand Satchels, too low to
Unknown' lot 28, Robbins Graham's addition to existing under the Damages claim'd IIUOUID. HO BOdJNCOR TKAJNIHS EASIUTMADC I quote.

Titusville.................................:.... 1 95 law of the State of j 1 $16,000. THIS PACKAGE MAKES FIVE GAllOJfJ. I '
James T Small""" lots 45, 48 and 49, Robbins & Graham' New York. J For fine Cigars and Tobaccos he cannot 5r

';'r addition to Titus\.ilIe.......... ............. 3 75 To the defendant corporation and all ROOT BEER.
Unknown : lots 16 and 17, JO'l1erville addition to other persons interested : be excelled in the county.

.. 'fitus\.ille....................................... 45 You are hereby notified that a writ of the most APPETIZING and WHOLESOME I
unknown L. e 1.2 of lot 21, Jovnen'ilIe additiun toY attachment has been issued against you, TEMPERANCE DRINK In the world.

1 :.' Titus\'ille........:............................. 1[5 and your property. attached to satisfy the Delicious and Sparkling. TRY IT. I earnestly ask an inspection of
unknown r lot 22 and 23, JOJnerville addition to demands of the plaintiffs above set forth. Ask your Druggist or Grocer for It. my

.0 And, now unless jou shall appear before C. E. HIRES PHILADELPHIA. Goods before buying elsewhere.J. .
unknown 1. ::. : lot 54, Joynen'ilIe addition to Titus\'ilIe )8 the Judge of our said Court, at the
unknown :'., lot 56, Jo'nervillt' addition to Titnsville. )8) Court House in Titusville, in said Count yeuralgic Persons l\". llogers.
dford'Godfrey lot 23. Uerdell's addition to Titusville..... 1 ty of Bre\ard, on or before the 7th day And from those troubled with nervousness resulting
,".. care or overwork will be relieved by taking
Unknown :. lots 25 and 26. Herdell's addition to Ti- of July, A D, 1890, the same being Rule Brown's Iron Bitters. .

t.- tusville...............k.......................... 58 Day, and plead or demur to the declaration has trade mark and crossed red lines on wrapper.PIANOSORGANS.Genuine. OEO E. CHASE
unknown ;" lot 31, Rerdell's addition to 'l'itus\.ilIe..... 15 of plaintiffs herein filed, judgment A. G. C1IAPPELL.
L B Digelo\\ lots 37 and 38, Rerdl'll' addition to Ti. will be rendered against you bj default GEO. E. CHASE & CO. .

tusville................................. ....... 3 )0 and jour property sold to pay the debt. ,
Unknown hats 39 and 40, Uerdell' addition to'Ti- Witness the Honorable J no. D. Broome, SHIP CHANDLERY !
t tusville .............3 0 Judge of said Court, as well as A A. The improved iiirthod<<1 tit ijwtrtunp Mmi(.. of Pianon :-
unknown lot 49, nerdell' addition to'1'itusville...... 15 Stewart, Clerk, of said Court, and the iQvtiiteil ever by UK insdf, IK out, niak ot tilt"lJ..t iu! tic: -trnnient saga rtantiinproieinnitx HARDWARE
G 'V Mackenzie lot 53, lterdel1's addition Titus\.i1le...... 15 seal of said Court, this the: 15th day more richlv musi'.1 in tout-. m"r> .n tnrl.1>-,mid leasliable j
Unknown .."' ..} lot 56, Uerdell'ji addition to Titus\.illt'.... 2 25 of March, A. D, 1890. to get out of tunehulli Patent
unknown ,. :: ; lot 67 Rerdell's addition to TitU8ViHt'.... 15 [L. S.] A. A. STEWART, th"> in Maxuii that 'hid X iiuhii IH the irujois,hirl+ ami1-xfllfiic flU<4 extelibitl 1 iu- Lop Wire Rope Blow 1
unknown lots 1,.2 and 6. block A, FIsher's addition 48 Clerk of the Circuit Court. any imii-icul; iiidtruiiient quiilitv nt t nu. O'lierthi FISHING GEAR, SPRUCE T.Anpppg.

to fltus\.llIe.................................... 1 20 ------- -- --- -------. thisu tI, though trunirnt lni}>ort w itli.i't.nimmaical are wonlrse tones M taiinothe > U ,n Agent for Devoe & Co.'s Paints, Tule I
unknown lot 1, block H, Fisher's addition to 'Titu Xolicc. tfond. IlhiHtrNtKl c:'taloanesof new stjles, iu- Life Preservers, Tent & Co-
vine............................................... 30 tnxluced tii! ceah"ii seat frf>e. Patent Anchors. Awning" ,
unknown ., lot L block 0, Fisher' addItion to Titus- One month after date hereof \\illapply MASON & HAMLIN

\1 lit'............................................... 30 to the Honorable Minor S. Jones, County BOAT GEAR OF ALL KINDS. j
unknown lots 3 and 5. block 0, Fishers addition. Judge of Brevard county, Florida, for leaveto Organ and Piano Co., Correspondence Solicited. Telephone

to 'I'itusville........ ........ ................. 60 to-wit sell the following land in said county, BOSTON, NEW YORK, CHICAGO.DETECTIVES. 2C6.jVos..
'V S Graham \ lot J, deed book I 506 : ---- -
map page Enig..s Beginning on the east side of --- 88 90 E.
.. ,t addition to Titusvillt'............... COCO road the northeast a public Bay St.,
of
at
corner a tract of
Unknown lot L, map deed book I, page 506. Einig's land now owned by Mrs. Mary Young JACKSONVILLE, FL.'.
addition to Titus\.ille.............. Wanted U ,. ,
........ said point being 560 feet south of the north reoaritont9er.lookperhooosotaauu.Pardo.laa aver Coast Sbrcvd mm to tot wader Uitraettona SO-lyr
unknown ", : ; lot 11, map deed book I, page 506, Einig'saddition line of section 21, township 27 south, Granuan DctectUe Bureau Co.UAlca1.. ..u.t..a.tr.e.
to 'fitu ville........................ GO 37 east, and 1013 feet east of the range THE
quarter MUSIC HOUSE
OF FLORID
John Einig ,.';. 1 tract of land bounded n by Robbins & section post on the north boundary of said I WANTED an old reliable
a -'r ."', Graham'l'4' addition, I a: by Canaveral section ((21)) thence east variation :2 5,')' AGENTS I frm;; large profits
:,.: street, s by 'l'ropic street, w by DeLeon east 440 feet on to J. O. and C. II. Walton'sline Sample free. .V rare oj>- A. B. CAMPBELL
street............................................. 7 50 to Indian River, thence northward portunity. Geo. A. Scott, M2 Il'waN.. Y.
.John Einig 1 tract bounded n by Broad street, c by along the river shore 100 feet, thence south
Canaveral streets by Robbins & Gra- 84 west 420 feet, thence south 10 east DEcu E88 A MEAD NOISES TUIBUI COUSbr EA1 Jacksonville, Fla.

barn's addition, w by DeLeon street..... 7 50 along the east side of said road 63 feet to frUbl.."_faI wlt..u xios.vwhiap.r.a.....,..fall.8eI.'J KanJ.r. Con*.
RI8COX.
Unknown \V 1.20 11 e 1, except land of Jones & the point of beginning, containing 76-100 flay,Y+ii B .al.I"'L "rUdei' bek arpee6 r"u' Knabe' Pianos. Weber Pianos Haines

a ltonald. 65 acres....... ...................... 7 50 acres, more or less. i Bros. Pianos, Morris Pianos Wilcox &
International Telegraph Co main line and instruments.................... 1 50 Said land belonging to Chris. M. Houston PARKER'S White Organs and Chicago Cottage
'V A Rawls blocks 34 and 3.1, n 212 feet of block 36, a minor, of said county, and to be sold HAIR BALSAM Organs.I .

Vest addition of 1.itusville............... 1 50 for his use and benefit. _Cleanses and beautifies the hair. will Sell and Deliver at your nearest
Henry_Boone lot 2, Coleman's addition to Titusville.... 9 00 MARY V. HOUSTON, Never Promotes Fail a luxuriant to Restore growth.Gray station High GradePIANOS
'V 8 Norwood lot 3, Coleman's addition to Titusville.... 4 50 Guardian of Chris. M. Houston. Hair to ,iff Yoothful Color.
Unknown lot 3, block D, Coleman'li addition to Titusville Dated this April 30th, 1890.XOTICE. Prerenta(Oo.and DandrntZ 1.00at and Dmmrit hair t falUnar.

.................. ........................ 75
unknown lot 4, block B, Coleman's addition to Ti- J CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH

: tusville.......................................... 75 PENNYROYAL PILLS.
unknown In Circuit Court for the 7th Judicial Circuit
lot 8. block 8 Titus'
addition to Titusville. l:etl Cross Diamond lirand.
.......................................... .... 3 75 of Florida, in and for .BTel.YlTdcounty. !: w.The. L41 only reliable pill for mX safe*o*.
unknown I *Mk rcclt tat w 1>U.M OB
blocks 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6, Carpenter's ads ..d lirmad.ia r 4 mulUo box**,Mte
., ..'. .',' dition to Titusville........................... 13 50 John W. Curtis ) .ttbbl.rtbboaTak.a..tbev Mnpi)..tor p rtl..I.r. tad "RSUef' Seal.tw for
unknown..; ::.:: w }-2 of lot 7, Carpenter's addition to vs. } Bill for Divorce. ChlaheaterCh..led M!,lsdl..f3QP1Wde..,..b,t .&i1. JI_ I"a.KNOWTHY5EI.E ..

.: :. Titusville....................................... 1 20 Susan W. Curtis. ORGANSFOB
It appearing by complainant's bill in i
JOHN MYERS the above stated cause, which said billis THEGiQRfOfMANHow
sworn to by complainant, that the defendant
Collector of Revenue in and for the Town of Titusville LKSS: MONEY than any other hone. la the
Brevard County, Florida.Titu'ilIp. Susan W. Curtis, is a nonresident United SUUa. I kill ship a Piano or Orgaa ta
Fla., May 6th 1890. of the State of Florida and that Lost How any boneat man or woman on trial sad U toot
the residence of said defendant is unknown Regained, utirfactorr, 1 will pay freight both way, S3*
each and |10a month 0.s Piano and$10>> caahaad
A. L. Hatch & SOIl, and that said defendant is over: =TH ENCF t. S3 a month on aa Organ till paid for-dot mac*
twenty-one years of ajre. a more than ordinary rent. Oa the** very liberal
DEALEBSIX Drugs Drugs Drugs It is hereby ordered that the said =OF 1IFE term.FREE CATALOGUE anyone can own containing a instrument full information Send for

DRY Susan \\ Curtis be required to answeror = sheet )JuaJe.SutD,,,Vlolina. Ban joe, Guitar. Ae
GOODS NOTIONS demur to the bill in said cause on or -- -- t rordeon. and in fact every Miiaical laitrnment:
A Fine Assortment of before the second day of June, A. D. that i Catalogue*made and. at 1 1'erlow have 24,000 pricea.pieces Send of for Choice complete

Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery, DRUGS, 1890, or the same will be taken as confessed :d ads at 10 centttpct copy.
Stationery, Family MedlATEXT MEDICINES and this be ordered publishedonce A. B. Campbell, Jacksonville, Fla. 5
cines a week for four weeks in The Florida THE SCIENCE OF LIFE
Garden SebJs, SYRINGES AScienuaeandStandard'PopnlarMedicalTreat
,
Star, a newspaper published in said on the Errors of 1 oilthl'rew&Wre Decline Net TOO* AGENTS WANTED iet and finest fab
CHOICE GROCERIES, STATIONERY, FANCY & TOILET county Witness A. A. Stewart, Clerkof and Physical Debility,Lupimtie of the Blood. TO SELL PlXLESd NO rica without pins.
ARTICLES said County and the seal of said CLOTHES-LINES; Clothes do DotDomorec1othespINS
Hay, Corn, Kapes Fertilizers. Court the Court-IIouse Titusville
Kept constantly on hand. at freeze to it and
CITY POINT_ FLORIDA. Physicians Prescriptions carefullycompounded l l Florida, this 25th day of April, 1890. cannot blow oft
[L. S] A. A. STEWART
w It
at all hours. I u a perfect
C I S 0 Clerk of Said Court.D. winter line. Sample line sent % mail for
LIE!
II IJ n tf 1\ a-c'!., JB. SCREVEN Druggist, L. Gaulden, Complainant's Solicitor.25t Resulting from Folly, Vice,Ignorance,EueMee or 50c., also 50ft. line by mail $1.25 prepaid.
--g R TITUSVILLE, FLA. OrerUiation, Enervating amt nnflttiue the victim For circulars, price list, terms, adores the
t for Work,Business,tbe
: harried or Social Relation.
JACKSONVILLE PINLE3S CLOTHES LINE CO.
FLA. i ATOM unskillful pretenders. Possess this great
w>rk. It contains SttOptfee,royal Sra Beautiful 17 Ilermon St. Worcester, Mass.
Crockery, Glassware, e,. J. SECTOR: : Schooner MANATEEJ. binding,embossed,fall eut. Price only $i.oo( bjr J
J mail,postpaid,concealed in plain wrapper. Iltas-
House-Famishing} trative Proapectus Free,it you apply now. The MADE WITH BOILING WATER.
Hardware and IV. ZELLEKS, Master. diatingaished anther,Wm. II. Parker, D[. D., re.

Lamps, Oil) $ Vapor Stoves, I This 23-ton Yacht can he chartered ceiredthe t....the GOLD Natlooal AND Medical JEAVELLED AMoclatloa BIEDAL for :Ep.pS1SGRA

Gate City Stone Filters. General I for all points up and down the river on tkla PUY81CAL PRIZE DEBILITYJDr.Parker ESSAY oa NERTOU9 smd .
We Produce I the coast, or to the Bahamas. of Assistant Phyricians may be mcorp* :ORTING.
solicit the patronage of Commodious, safe and good< accommodations. TIIBB by O Y or in person aL'vBTIoTcoai '

our neighbours ofthe ", _, MERCHANT.' -. : Further particttlar ddressTITU :-:- N..4 BaUmch 8U,MEDICAI BMtra.BU* **.,to whom aU, COCOa,
EAST COAST order for book Of letter tor adrice should be
Melbourne Florida 'ILLE FLA.
directed
u aboYL DUDE
# WITH BOILING TER.L. .
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THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY; MAY 8, 1890. 7

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Dr. Acker's English Pills '

and For TEJm 'Ta.OP3CAL: TEIUNB:: LJNE. "The Gladstone"
:" Arc active, effective pure. sick
;
JACliSOSVILLE
leidache, disordered stomach, loss ofppetite TAMPA k KEY WEST SYSTEJ. THE0EST SPRING

.. bad complexion and biliousness LAMP
t SCHEDULE IN EFFECT 1JARcii
21, U90-CENTRAL STANDARD 'Inn
they have never been equaled, either in Going South, Read Down. lithe finest lamp hI the irnrVL MEDICINEINTHEWORLD
abroad. For sale Dixon STATIOXS. Going North, Read Up. It jh-e-n pare,soft,brillU
by
: .
,: America or .. .. ont white 1lhtOI&, candle
druggists. I rm ere Purer ana brighter IsAS
'
'. &Gray :(4p1n 25pm 8 iOam Leave Jacksonville Arrive! 9 lOam 1159am 5 50pm r Wn KU IIghtr lOner tham
3(I()
9lio Arrive -mora
;. Our Very Best People 20am 4 U .. SL Augustine, Leave 130 10 is 410 6 25 P c cheerful either.
t626 Platka 01 8110 505 A vtnnttmu Halt from
..
? Ormond :718 'E' ordinary lamp oil!
F' Confirm our statementwhen we say that + t64... Daytona' .. t7 00 Seeing. is BelieviM
Acker's English Remedy is in 30am I + A 'onderffcllamp'1
pr, every 4 00p1lI U iOp1l 8
Vue 4Opm It la Indeed )
Jacksonville ever
Arrive 6 :loam 12 :
ttuperior to any and all other prepa- 5 45 1 939 6 4:1Pm tteedatrunmmg never
1 Arrive Green Cove Spring Leave 5 24 11 Z9..m 5 40
'Z J5 ciaokea breakscImneyanever"emeua
.a Throat and 01 nor
ns for the Lungs. InWhooping 8 U 339 lO!5 u Palatka .'. 4.5: 10 is 4 45 A SPRING
Cough and Croup, it is magic 10 o 435 108pm U DeLand Seville .. 3 05 616 810 3 34 VV L. cf the oil;" no Sickeringnocumbnngcftbe MEDICINE TOCUREANDTONE ..
220
jnd relieves at once. We offer you a 10 .0 4'l6 1248am Orange City Junction 149 828 226 \ .. Came no auuoj aoce of
bottle free. Remember 1110 1y.) Wpm ::anford' coy kind. and can
sample this 4 57 115 7 50 1 Z,5 cot explode. And UP
Remedy is sold on a positive guarantee. 6 50 Enterprise ".. H'l f brwwletitptreaadenv ,. THE GENERAL

Sold by Dixon & Gray, druggists. I 1015am I 1000 608 7 311 00 1'0 Titnnille Orlando h 1140 I 5 61 45 1155 I = t whltebyAlnto20:cues kize It brilliancy AILMENTS 5YSTEM.TAKEPbysidans OF THE
Tampa 10 7 :;0 8 :0 cf cay ordinary keen
I Ia+np1 Finished m eitlcr
: Do Not Suffer Any Longer.
: + .. Brass Jtickel. Gold cr

I' Knowing that a cough can be checkedin 12 1 40 OSam: 245pm 3 29 1135 10 55am+ ,Arrive Leave P.latkarrive 10 40am 410pm. 1240pm+ The Gladstone Extension Antique Study brcmze.Lampfor Also

a day, and the first stages of consumption 316 402 1211pm Interlachen Hawthorne Leave" 9 91g 53 329 251 110 lit Clergymen. Editors, Students, Teachers,
415 4 30 1000 Professors, Lawyers, Physicians and other
broken in a week, we hereby 12 35 Rochelle 01 8 55 2 30 9 05
I 5 20 1 00 110 01 professional men.
Dr. Acker's English Cough .. Gainesville 10 740. 145 7 40
guarantee 5:15
117 The Gladstone .
Orange Lake 7 4i 1 49 Banquet Lamps.The
Remedy, and will refund the money to 630 2 13" Ocala .. 100 12 M Gladstone Piano Lamps.

il who buy, take it as per directions, 805 930 f.535.07"' Leetlbur .0" 5 30 10 58am Fend for price list. Single lamps at wholesale
Pemherton 0
and do not find our statement correct. 1010 635" Brooksville .. 935 8 S5 price,boxed and sent safely by express. 0
Sold by Dixon & Gray, druggists.The 905 5 35" EustilJ 10 12 5:.pm 910 3-Get our prices. "Seeing is believing"
915 Tarawa 01 II 3.m 815 GLADSTOMJ LAMP CO.,

First Symptoms of Death. Daily;l Daily UCf'pt' Sunday. Trains 71 Park Plate, Kew \ rk.mm .
daily between Jacksonville and Palatka. leaving Jacksonville 8J0 a. m. and P..1latk. 4:2i) p. ui are

Tired fueling, dull headache, pains in CONNECTIONS: : At
various parts of the body, sinking at the New: Jacksonville with diverJiDjllitwII north east and weft At Orange City Junctionfordwmfn
n7Ti Smyrna and Lake Helen. At Jupiter with J. & L. W. Ky for Lake Worth. At San
'pit of the stomach, loss of appetite, fever- for Oakland 1'arpon Springs' Clearwater and Gulf Coast points and with Smith Flor- ll.i
for
I lShness, pimples or sores, are all positive MobiL and Winter for Manatee Park, ?/aitland' etcAt Tampa with Plant SteamsLir Line for Eel West, Havana and
points At Punta Gorda eodorM P.r.f.M a splendid hall ,
with steamers for Key West, Havana, Punta =
evidence of poisoned blood. No matter lta.sa, Sf. James City and Fort Myer Pullman Palace Buffet and prescribe it witht MtUfactloa to th. at
Meepingcars on through mail train ..
fast .
.
'tonn.and
daily between it f Prln arT Beeondary and T ntp -
! how it became poisoned it must be purified New York and Tampa without change. For information call on or address

! to avoid death. Dr. Acker's English D. F.JACK, General Manager. G. D. ACKERLY, G n'l Passenger Agt.JACKSONVILLE .

I Blood Elixir has never failed to remove -
.'LOIUD.MALLORY'S .\.
,
" scrofulous or syphilitic poisons. V I
; Sold under positive guarantee. Sold by THE INTERNATIONAL TYPEWRITER Q FV U I*

! Dixon & Gray, druggists.

I I.I, NEWYORK-FLORIDA LIES. cry syphilis,Syphilitic KhcnmaUim,Serotaloas Clean
: That Terrible Cough and Sore,GUndvlar Swatting r kfeaamatUaa.Malaria,
old Chronic IT-* that h... restated all trata.et.

I In the morning, hurried or difficult -- 4 .


I breathing the chest,,quickened raising phlegm pulse,, chilliness tightness in in New York, Philadelphia, Boston & Florida .

I the evening or sweats at night, all or any '
of these things are the first stages of Sailing from \ FERXANDINA, Fla., Every THURSDAY '

II consumption. Dr. Acker's English -. ] NEW YORK, Every FRIDAY at :lp. m.Ir.OS _Catarrh,_Skin_lIla__n *._KcMma_ihronle Femur.Coatplp *

Couch!; Remedy will cure these fearful : STEAMERS n .Mercurial Pulton,Ttttar.acaldb ad.tssta
.
.P P.le a pow rfn>tonte and a aae.ll.nt apoltl-
i symptoms, and is sold under a positive -

guarantee by Dixon & Gray, druggists. E Rio Grande,
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Capt. Connor. .


NEAT AND PROMPT. ._ State Texas: A strictly first-class machine, fn ted and
Caltl Williams. made troni very beat material. l.j "orktnen 5
I md with best tool ever' devised ft ;urro8e. t
,T City of: San Antonio ,Varrriitt to do all Unit tan be res*. "petted ter,building the system idly.
Ladles whoa w poisoned sad whoa* blood
or the very beat typewriter cxUnt. Capable of writ. iTttema
; Is In an Impgr*eondtttcm dn. to moimreal lrr fa1arV'K
Capt. Wilder. Ing 1"0 words per minute. ormor,according to the
s'
<<- ability of the o j>t'fkt"r. PRICE I'W>.
: -FOK- Address, PARISH 31'1'G. CO., E S
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Passengers from Titusville. Indian River and East Coast poi ts arriving in Jacksonville from J., T. Agents wanted PARlhll X Y. ;Pp*
rFa fi: K. W. Railway, make conuectiou with morning aud afternoon trams for Feruandma:: and Steamers as -- .
d>'ertieed. I Atlee
Passengers arriving Wednesday and Thursday evenings will be cared for at Fernandina.Leave MI L A R
.tYttADIE$ AVQRsi1NE
New York. STEA IERS. Leave Fcinandina.

Friday, April 25.STATE, OF TEXAS,...............Thursday May 1 ar.p>-eauart,benaiiMd. bj th.wvoitortal tani a4
blood draining rU a of F.r.fn ftlcU Asb,ftk*
JOB PRINTING Friday, May 2,..........................KIO GKANDE,....................Thursday!, 1 8Friday ]toot and PMaa.prop am.a .

9,........................STATE OF TEXA8.lhursdu, 1 5

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For General information apply to
J. JL CUTLER, Gen. Pa Agent, 77 West Bay Street' Jacksonville Fla. ALIPPMAN
; -' G. M. HUBBY. Agent,foot of Centre street, Fernandiua, F L I
Or to H. B. HUtSEY Indian Rtver Ticket Agent, Titusvilta, }Ia..;
If C. H. MALLORY & CO., General Agents, Pier 20, E. R., N. Y.

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The Magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed to sail as follows : ){r.OLASSES A. H Uawkea-it-ar received, sorxtiroe Mri since ur ,PATENTEE mid :am we will ship you a.

(Standard Time.) very mud gratified at tins woi.deriul, change that l li r fine instrument on is
STATEMENTS New York to Jacksonville. 'Jacksonville to New York. has come aver uy eyesight since 1 have discarded ti4 s r' Days' Test Trial In.
my old glas.en, and am now wearing joura. +
Pier 29, E. River. STEAMER. ALIIX1YDtBGAR.. 7, your own home.

Friday April 25: at 3 p m ......CHEROKEE,......Thursday, May 1, at 2 p m AU Secretary fitted al the sutlonrrs'Prn* Store B Mitd or of Trade.

Monda'Aprii28, at 3 p m...... YEMASSEE, .....Sunday, )1ayt, at 4 a ra 25 DIXON & GRAY. TITLfcAILLE. FLA.

CIRCULARS, Wednesday, .\pril30, at upm..... SE)IINOLE.Tuesday, May 6, at 5 a m *

: Friday, May I'..., at 3 P nl..... IROQUOIS, .....Thursday, 8, at 6 a m

Tuesday, 6, at 3 p m......CHEKOKEE,......Thursday, iii 11, at 10 a m lw' rtl,a i
Friday, "n', at :{ p m...... Y EMASSEE.Thursday, 15; at 2 p m {ll NO CASH REQUIREDUntil
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FOLDERS,. Tuewlay, 13" at 3 p m ......SEMINOLE.Sunda 18, a t1 a nFriday -- -
... ...IROQUOIS .......Thurufay 0"), at 6 a ra
It), at 3 p m -- jou hs tested and approved. Our frei '"
u .....CHEROKEE .....Sunday, 25, at. a ra if
) Tuesday, 20 at 3 p m .. FINE SHOW CASES.m both ways Listruoient fails to pleas la tithes
-'" 'e "* Friday 2.1: at 3 p m .....SEMIKOLE,......'Thursday, 29, at 12 noorp style, price or quality, Uun the risk,yours onlr
,:It. .r Tuesday, U 27, at 3 p m ......IROQUOIS,......Sunday, June 1, at 3 43 Ask for catalogue. to fc.v:fair and I fwl test. sad buy! fully pleased.

.J ... ..... 5, at C a n: TERRY M'F'G CO. NASHVILLE.TEHN.
INVITATIONS Friday, u 30, at 3 p m......CHEROKEE, -Thursday, 40.000 Southern Homes

For Information Regarding Freight and Pas>age, apply to
npplied by us since iSjo on this TEST TRIAL
J. A. LESLIE, Supt., Jacksonville; .&... O. i-Otlt. Traffic Ilansger, 5 Bowling (.rteii.Xew York; ABBOTTSBUNION IAN test introduced: m the South by us. Fall-
est method of sale pomibt>> .and a great Mad to
F. P. A., Jacksonville.
M. IRONMONGER
JOHN L. HOWARD. F. F.A., Jacksonville. F. U.O-cd..dlstaoccYihocaDOOCriMe our ware-room
General Agents. South Wharves, Philadelphia ; 3. Dow"M. -
PROGRAMMES, P. CLYDE & CO. 12S
ling ew "kork. ALL RISK SAVED .


Egyptian Queen, Ripley, Black & White Antigua & other fancy Pine Slips & Suckers..N'unan's By this trial plan and purchasers absolutely d
sund perfect instruments at the very lowest
Improved and Hoffman's Seedling, $LWper 1000. Order early. possible cost bcUo! ? only the best IDS ana-
STREAMERS, i
mints made that .iU.aDd the woes severe ad
Several Brands of FERTILIZERS specially adapted to our soil and climate. corn wJaa.sive ICES.we d.'DI'I fear toseodtbeweus

INDIAN RIVER BRAND, manufactured by an old firm, the Daudge Fertilizer Co. fST'iTHQF? SAVANNAHHOW'S on trial and kt ihca, Mind solely on their merits.
Cotton Meal) and and AU we ak i. the privilege of ship peg oa ap
Seed etc. Mapes'
Meal ,
Also Bone .
Circular. .
for
Send prov J. No suit. ao p y. Our freight if v tul.
DODGERS, David '8 Fertilizers. A full line of Ornamental Fruit Trees. Send for catalogue. .

JOHN B. BEACH, Indian River Nurseries, Melbourne, Fla. YOUR FENCE ? EASY TO BUY

w We have the CHEAPEST and Best From us by eorret potftatce. No matter whtfc +
BUSINESS CARDS, WIRE FENCING you live either ten or a thousand mile from as..
FINE SHOW CASES WOVEN We hip to all Southern Sutev Our system tap
3 i Wire Rope Selvage. rl'CL Pncc ia plain print aDd alike to alt '.
T >a One price only. No more BO less. Large
-.&+ Lo'V.rES'::' CJS.- na Discounts from makers prices. Alt comp.
WEDDING CARDS, 4 titi'-n met. Complete outfits free. AH freif k(
... -- paid Easy tftstalmcDts. induccmeat that
= Also Wall and Prescription cases,Cedar Every
fair home offer.Write .
dealing can
any
Chests, Barber Furniture Jewelry Trays 0p

Work of all kinds. Complete Outfits for Stores and for Valuable InformatIon.
.;; '.! VISITING CARDS, and Stools. Cabinet Atlanta Ga.
free. Address AT.LANTA SHOW CASE CO. Circulars
Catalogues
Bank. Catalogue Special

< ; :.-' Fall Offers-1889. Copy of now

Hamilton & Co. PIONEER COOPERAGE Paper Sharps and Flats
'i A. M. ALL FREE. Address
f CEHTS FE&JUm.
XKCHZ3 HIGH AT GO
Syrup Barrels $2.25. Lawn. Garden,Poultry and Stc'Ck' Fenm&all
TTTUSYILLE, FLORIDA lies and widths.Gates tomatcb. Prteea low.. old i
Freitbt I ld. $enatrcircnUrt.i UDDEN
dealers. & BATES
in Gauged to order ten cents extra. MruJts WOW mitt ruts ru.. fH Vhole8ale Dealers A ii.-.A.lA-M&ee1: LAWI .a4 CP.2l; tTEJ.a- .

ORDERS.TO Indian River Oysters Wheelwrighting and Repairing. XOTICE -- SOUTHERN MUSIC HOUSE, *

C. O. B.
THEPLOIIA- Is hereby given that six months.aftfor SAVANNAH CA.
Honey barrels and Oval Water Breakers the first publication of this notice I will

*?' ;"' r- ... .. FISH from $2.00 up. present my final accounts and apply) to ,
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the Countv Judge of Dade County for MY SON .

Tanksand my final discharge. as administrator of

STAI. u Green Turtle and Game all kind of COOPER WORK to order. the estate of August Hare late of Dade. Deal with the mal"who advert!**. You
:.. *. County Florida, deceased. will sever lose by it. -Beat riAVKUX.J .

and eareft\1 T. JOHNSON, t' HEINBICH HABS.Administrator.. Write L &B.S.M.H....a.-ft
recelV"prompt
illOnltenUon ) telegraph. Florida. .
LaGranse, t
letter 17 f.
JOB PRINTING OFFICE, penon.

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," 'OUR COCOA BUDGET.NEWS EAU, CALLIE.

Our Indian river holiday has again Trunks Valises & HandBags

ITEMS AND SOCIETY EVENTS come and gone. t, ,wtdwatea.N ,
The recent welcome rains have much
improved the appearance of our orange
dent.

lIr. H. C. Eyer left Tuesday eve forMarlon groves. o oq
Miss Mollie Nicholson is spending a
Ohio.
few days with her friend Miss Florrie .
v Mr. J. M. Sanders was in Titusvillethe Hodgson.The .
first of the week. 1 '
: steamer "Kathleen," Capt. Harry 3S Per Cent: Below the B.egu.1ari;
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Mr. James Holmes and family have
Hodgson, carried a jolly party from
moved in their house. AT
new Tropic, returning about 6 p. m. AKI $
Mr. Gus Johnson of the steamer
Several of our townsmen are planting i THE PEOPLES CASH BAZAAR
White, spent May Day in Cocoa.
cow peas and kaffier corn for a supply off

Messrs. Kingsley and A. E. Kibble, o green fodder during the coming summer. POWDERAbsolutely
Macbeih's\ Genuine "Pearl
Rockledge, left for Rochester, N. Y., last Capt. Bennett's garden still shows new Top" Lamp Chimneys 8c

Pure.A .
Tuesday.Mrs. potatoes, celery, cabbage, lettuce, tomatoes cream of tartar ALWAYS IN STOCK.
bakingpowder. Highest -
Baldwin, Mrs. Dayton and Miss &c., &c. Also some peach trees of all in leavening strength.-U. S.

Simrell were the guests of Mrs. W. H. bearing, Government Report, Aug. 17, 1889. GEORGE M. BOBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM,

Peck, on Tuesday.Mr. Mr. C. Atty.-at-Law.
J. Young caught the finest lotof Atty.-at-Law.

F. E. Joyner and family have trout ever seen in Eau Gallie, on T. D. GIBBENS, BOBBINS ct Ga.AaA: : ,

moved in their new house, north of J. Saturday: I last, aided by our townsman REAL ESTATE DEALERS
M. Sanders' store. Frank' MANUFACTURERS' AGENT ,
Turner. ALL KINDS OF) PHOPEllTY; IIOUGHT, SOLD .fc EXCHANGED.Members .

The Tarpon left for the north last Eau Gallic was well represented at JACKSONVILLE, FLA., of Brevard Abstract of Title Co.,

Saturday, with Messrs. Conova, Fowler our annual holiday. Capt. John Houston -
P. O. Box, 250
Carries in Stock and Sells Manufac ,
at
and,Floyd on board. carried our contingent to Turkey

Mrs. E. P. Porcher and children, of Creek in the steamer "Maggie Dillon." turers' Prices, TITUSYILLE, BKEVA11D CO., FLORIDA.We .

Courtney, spent Tuesday with her Mr. John Aspinwall in the bloopvelpie Lard Canned Meats Flour Buy and Sell all kinds of Real Estate and are sole Agents for a large list o f
carefully-selected Properties in all parts of Brevard County.
mother, Mrs. W. H. Peck. Mr. Taylor in the cat boat Ivan- RELIABLE Information furnished as to character, location and value of any Property -
.
Hon. V. Moore, of Fruit Cove, Fla., hoe, Mr. John E.1.. Hodgson in the GRITS AND MEAL. on Indian ]{fiver. ,

attended the picnic Thursday. lIe was sharpie Belle, all carried merry partiesto Correspon Solicited. Our facilities for the transaction of a general Real Estate business are unequalled,
ence and every effort will be made to give perfect satisfaction to intending Purchasers who
the guest of Rev. J. Bolton. the gathering.Mr. may favor us with their patronage.

Mrs. Cantine and sister, of Orange, N. R. P. Thatch has completed a contract Brevard Co. No Properties listed unless the Title is Perfect.
Special attention given to Colonies and Syndicates desiring large bodies of low-
J., arrived in Cocoa Monday, and are of palmetto planting on the recently ]priced lands. Write for Descriptive Pamphlet.

guests of Mr. T. B. Cantine. acquired property of Mrs. Juliet
STATE
The members of the Jupiter life saving spinwall, which proves an addition to BANK GEORGE. BOBBINS, President.YALTER S. GRAHAM. Secretary.

crew were passengers up on the steamer, he appearance of the already beautifulsite. ZOroTTTtrcSL A'I >stmot of Title: Co.,

Friday. The boys are ofT duty for their; COCOA, FLORIDA.INCORPORATED Incorporated A. D. 1889.

summer vacation. Mr. P. McMillan had: a narrow 1889. .LiPITAL STOCK, $3,000 ; FULLY PAID ; XOX-ASS ESS ABLE.

Judge Minor S. Jones,wife and children escape from being shot by one of our CAPITAL: Charges for Abstracts as follows: $3.00 for Opening dumber and 50c. for each ad

of Titusville, spent a few days in amateur sportsmen. This is another ubscribed, l 823,000unlorizetJ, dditional Transfer. For continuing an Abstract the charges are the same, Viz., $3.00
J for
the
first additional and 50c. for each
warning to hunters and others succeeding transfer.
Rockledge last week, the guests of Senator not to $109,000.ACCOUNTS .
G. S. Hardee. discharge their pieces in thickly popu- SOLICITED Taxes Paid for Ron-Residents.

fated districts. t6r For a Small Fee we will relieve non-resident land owners of the worry and
The Blanchard girl, who was shot Money to Loan at Lowest Rates. :annoyance incident to the Payment of Taxes, and Insure them against loss by Tax
April 2., died on Thursday. The mother Mr. Tom and Miss Allis Nicholson Sale. 12

was found guilty of murder, and sent up were calling upon friends on our little DIRECTORS: Box 250, Titusville, Fla..

to Titusville on the Tarpon last Satur river Monday last. Tom's sloop, the ALBERT TAYLOR, President.
"Old Girl," has been overhauled and JAMES HOLMES, Vice-Presidont.
day. R. B. HOLMES, Cashier.J. GARDNER
&
Mrs. E. )I. Moore, of Titusville, came presents a neat appearance in her new. 31. Sanders. J. F. Wooten. SONCall
paint and sails.
down on the steamer Wednesday morn

ing, and returned home Friday. She Mr. John Aspinwall and the Rev. F. INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK. Your Attention to their Fine, NEW

was the guest of her aunt, Mrs. L. R. E. Shohn have sailed in the sloop
Hover. "Kelpie" from the Indian River Inlet S OC OF C3rOO3DS,
Titusville Florida.

:Mrs. Hendry and the Misses Egger and lower other river.points The Rev.of interest on our Incorporated under Laws, State of Florida. Consisting of Dry Goods, Notions, Tailor-Made Clothing,from the largestand

and Rosser, of LaGrange, friends of Dr. gentlemen will most Celebrated Manufacturers in New York. An Elegantand
L. T. Daniel, attended the May Day return shortly to his charge in New Authorized Capital, $100,000, Complete Line of Men's Furnishings. A Complete

picnic at Cocoa, and returned home on York, and (we are pleased to learn) very Paid-up Capital, $25,000.A .
Assortment of 'Men's Ladies & Children's
much
Friday. benefitted by his stay on our GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRAN- Shoes
beautifiul river. SACTED.
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. McGinnis and An JAMES PRITCHAKD, President From, the finest to good knockabout every-day goods, made by the best and most
interesting service ,
little daughter, who have been spendingthe was held in the W. B. BARNETT, Vice-President, celebrated factories in this country.

winter at Brunswick, Ga., returnedto Eau Gallic Baptist church on Sunday WM. )[. BROWN, Cashier. Also a llxxo: of Tirmalsjs
28th ult., conducted by the Rev. A. V. SiXtoitLols, .
Cocoa last Saturday. We are pleasedto Directors: James Pritcharil, W. B. Bar- Etc., DE2to.
Hiscock of
welcome them home. Georgiana. During the services nett, J. II. Dnrkee, W. S. Graham, and
Mr. and Mrs. McMillan: presented '\.. M. Brown. You are cordially invited to Call at our Store in the new Bank Building and

b. During the heavy squall, on Sunday two little ones who received the rite of Inspect these Goods.
Every favor consistent with ConservativeCorrespondents
afternoon, a waterspout was seen to rise baptism. Mrs. Geo. Houston also had

about twenty feet in the air, oppositeCocoa the rite conferred on her little son. The Bankin! CItelded. E. T..>9. R.ADYGrOceries ,

and follow the shore, until about service was very impressive. : Seaboard Sat'l Bankof Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer

opposite the Mercier place, when it New York ; Nat'l Bank of Jacksonville. .

t k burst Report of the Condition I call the attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of Staple and

Miss Florrie Hardee and her friend OF THE INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK AT TITUS JACKSONVILLE MARBLE CO., Fancy

Miss Cone, left for White SulphurSprin MLLE, FLORIDA AT THE CLOSE OF BUS!- Dealers inMonuments t Groceries, Fruit and Food ProductsOf

last Friday. Miss Emma Hardee, SKSS MAY 1, 1S90. all kinds. Also my Stock of
r who is at school at that place, will graduate -
RESOURCES. Headstone, Grain Hay Bran Cotton Seed Meal Ground Food & Wheat.I
i in June, and Miss Florrie will remain Loans and discounts 151,7M.91Overdrafts == Iron .
Fencing,
to accompany her home. secured and unsecured 364 46Hanking m m am the only House on Indian River dealing exclusively irj the above Line of

Mrs. and Miss Stiling, mother and Other real House estate, furniture and mortzages'owned:and fixtures 1.4.6.74 6-10-16\1\ ''k I Z N p Lawn Furniture Goods. I buy close, and will sell close. I invite your correspondence and solicit
Current expenses and taxes paid ].523.71 your patronage. Very truly,
Marble,
sister of Mr. E. Stiling, left Monday Due from reserve agents 54,97044 'L z

eve for their home in Detroit, Mid. Cash Due from on hand other baufcs- . 14,923.87 227.98 == A Granite, Slate, E. L. BRADY.

These ladies have been in Cocoa since -- Q.. 0a. 0 Onyx.
lotal - $134,698.80( GOLDSMITH BROS.
November and have made many friendswho ': LIABILITIES eX Building Stone, ,

are indeed sorry to part with them, .a': Wire Fencing, We are fairly well acquainted with the wants of our neighbors, and having
CaIIt&I..tock Undivided profits paid in . $J5,0"0.00 3.-J95.16' 3 Slate Mantels, enjoyed a good patronage from the beginning, we solicit the good will of our
The May Day picnic at Oleander Individual dej>O4iU subject to cht'ck:104,939 58 friends in a continuance of the same. We shall always keep a full Stock of
Point passed off pleasantly. In Demand certificates of deposit 1,864.06 J Iron Mantels.
very
-- Dry Goods Clothing Hats Notions
spite of the inclemency of the weather Total tai34b9s.8I orates.d Etc,

the program was well carried out. Two Wm. M Brown, cashier of the above Darned And especially invite our friends to look at our Bargains in this line. We
bank do solemnly swear that the above state men t
very interesting addresses were delivered, is true to the beat of 107 knowledge and belief. have now in Stock a particular line of UNDERWEAR for Ladies, which is
WM. M. BROWN.CASHIER worth Seeing and Buying.
one by Hon.Wofford Tucker of Sanford
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Subscribed and sworn to before me this 2nd da We
and the other by Hon. H. S. Wil 1- of May, I$90. GEO. M. ROBBINS only deal inFirstClass
Correct-Attest: Notary Public. Goods
Hams of Rockledge.I One of the mo*t JAMES PRITCHARD, ) ,
WALTER a GRAHAM.} Directors. Bought in first-class manner, and guarantee price as well as quality.
charming features of the day, was the W. B.1JAR. ETT.APALACHICOLA )
} GOLDSMITH BROS.,. TITUSYILLE, FLA.
crowning of Miss Florrie Hardee as Ma(
FLA., Feb. 17, '89. And all kind of Tiling Hearths. Wire Mats, and
Miss Hohens
Queen. Mary acted
k as in fact anything made of Wire, Iron,or any kind oi A. FROSCHER
maid of honor. The throne was tastefully Messrs. Lippman Bros., Savannah- Stone FOR SALE ,
Semi fir Catalogue, at the same time stating the ,
Dear Sirs I will write TITDSTOLE .
: to inform FLORIDA.r
Mrs. C. W. Harrison you of need of.
arranged by > style jroiids yon are in as we have differ
that I was afflicted with blood disease I ent Catalogues in the different branches of supply of woodeq
and her sister Miss Johnson. The tried one bottle of S. S. S. and it gaveme bU:1int'u. 25 The Bagger Grove Kim dIiC k
children dancing around the :May Pomade le relief. I was in bed seven months 25>> Laura Street, Jacksonville, Fla. Cases .

a pretty picture. The ladies had I tried prominent physicians and they:
Merritt's Island, Indian River, Funerals attended if desired. All ordersAdjoining
t. prepared an abundance of good things to could not do me any good. I saw you : promptly executed and reasonable
at nieS.
advertisement of P. P. P. in the Apalachicola HODGSON BROS Dr. Wittfeld's on the South. '
the inner Several Embalming done.
satisfy man. families
Times and thought I would try it Consists of 400 Orange Trees, mostly
k brought well-filled baskets and invitedtheir The bottle I got to-night makes seven o r
in bearing, besides Limes, Guavas and
"-' friends to help dispose of the con eight, and oh how good I feel-I have and about 8 Acres of unclear- ST. LIJOIE I HOUCfIIBananas ,

tents. New officers were elected for the been up ever since and at my business, ed Land. Opposite Indian River Inlet,
General Merchants
Lumber You
Dr. W. L. Inspector. may publish Beautiful situation, overlooking the Indian -
following'year: Hughlett ST.
J this if you desire.. I have informed mj and Banana River. LUCIE. FLORIDA.
pres., Mr. M. C. Salmon, vice pres. J I r. friends that P. P. P. is life, health and For terms and other particulars Unrivalled FisJi-
E. Stiling se
treas. The dance at Hill's hall, in ti HAVE YOU CORNS ON YOUR] Eau Gallie Florida. Dr. Wittfeld, Georgiana, Fla.; ins, Boating, .ElI c.

4 evening, was one of the most enjoyable FEET? Then be happy for a relief from Or, F. H. GOULD, 15 Roseville ave., First-Class Accommodations. OpeilNewark *
ever held in Cocoa. vour misery is at hand ; Abbott's East N. J. ed from January lot to May 31st.JAMES .
Indian Corn Paint H: the cure.Chinese PAINE, Proprietor.

Lost.A INDIAN RIVER. GEORGE W. MORTON,
YEE LEE zvAUMAN'S:
hand-made Lace Handkerchief at the ,
Civil &
ball on Monday night, at Melbourne. As Engineer Notary Public,
NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPflOH AOEHCTTHE
it is a souvenir a suitable reward will. I be Laundry, Steam or Sail Boats for Carter by. the MOBTOXHURST, HEATH, FLA.
given for its return to the owner. Surveying and Leveling, Architectural: PIONEER M E. VT.
MRS. W. J. NESBITT, Main Street, Drawing,Township and Section Maps. For terms and sample copies address
Melbourne. FJa., Week Month. Deeds, Mortgages,etc. Blanks comtantCRAB.H.. NAU1LL.yon
Day or
Or at the office of the.Florida STAR. 1 TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. ] hand. Titusville P. O., Brevard county i1a.


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