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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 15, 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: UF00075901:00203
 Related Items
Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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::' !' Ho. 2 Corned Beef, $2.00 per doz. Best Calico 6 cents per yd.





': Best Steel Axes, 75 cents. Georgia Checks, 5 i cents per yd.





:.,: loaded' Shells, $1.60 per 100 I I Jeans, 16 cents per yd.





j, Club Shells, 60. cts" Men's Hats, 15 cts to $1.50



Best Flannels 22 cents
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Standard Milk .. 1.10'

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f Tin Buckets, 5 cts. each ; 1 Gal. Glass Oil Cans, 30 cts. ; 6 Quarts, 12 1-2 cts ; Dish Pans, stamped tin, 20 cts.,


25 cts. each Wash Basins 5 cts. each Scovil Hoes 50 cts. Handle Garden
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r -Mr. II. B. Archibald, of Narrows, -The Indian River L. A. M. B. S. -Mr. John A. IIu hey, of the Clyde NOTICE OF INCORPORATION.Notice .

LOCAL LACONICS. called at our office yesterday morning. had another pleasant gathering at the Line, was in town Friday last.

Masonic residence of Mrs. Robbins, Monday even- -\I.: B. Bunnell, brick-layer and is hereby given of the formation a cor
dance at -
be social
-There will
ABOUT US. a poration to be known as the East Gout Trawporta-
THE HAPPENINGS 'ROUND hall to-morrow (Friday) evening. ing. There was a very fair attendance, plasterer, is prepared to take contracts tion Company. The principal office of said Comp
will
be at
any Titusville Florida. The
and from the beaming faces of those pre- anywhere on Indian River. Addressall nature of the business the general
transportation of
Suburbs freight
Town and 11 to
Current Events of Our Money Money Money
aud
sent we conclude they were haying a communications to Titusville, Flori- passengers over the water ways of the east
Briefly Epitomized. loan real estate. Apply to Robbins & coast of Florida. The authorized capital will be for
on
pleasant time. The reading of the amus- da. 29 the present, $5000,00 three-fifths of which shall be
-Sir. C, J. Hector, one of Melbourne's Graham, Titusyille, Fla. "Mrs.Leeks and Mrs.Aleshine," paid in and the balance upon call of the directors.
L> ingwork, The corporation shall commence on Jane 10th,or
prominent merchants, was in town the -lIon. G. S. Hardee, wife and two I was concluded by Miss Kate :Mussenden. LOCALS CONTINUED ON SCPP.LEIEXT. as soon thereafter filed as its articles of association and
by-laws are with the Secretary of State The
first of the.week. daughters, of Rockledge; were in town Other amusements brought the meetingto business of the company shall be transacted by a
LACRANCE. board of not lea than ,
three directors who shall
zl -In consequence of Captain Paddison this week, stopping at the Grand View. a close. have power to elect a president secretary and

having business to attend to down river, -Mr. N. C. Bryan is in town a few -Sunday was a quiet day in Titusville, I Tom Johnson and Capt. Carlile madea directors treasurer shall,and be appoint for the a first general year the manager.undersigned The

his family will be unable to leave Titus- days this week from Clearwater, on the and as there was no morning serviceat flying trip to Jacksonville last week. year incorporate thereafter,and on the the first officers Tuesday shall be June.elected each

ville for Carolina until next Friday.Mr. Gulf Coast, where he is drilling artesian either of our churches through vari We are pleased to hear that :Mrs. W. The highest amount of Indebtedness which
P. Day is able to be out again after her the company can subject itself shall not exceed six
Geo. W. Morton received information wells. ous causes, many of our young people recent illness. thousand dollars E.P.PADDISOV.GKO. .
from his wife in the North the -Mr. J. Dunlin Parkinson, of Jack- appeared at a loss to know what to do. Captain T. W. Lund, of Jacksonville, .31 EOBBOS.

first of this week that a younger Morton onville, died a few days ago. Mr. A- One young lady-:Miss Laura Lorimier, has been quite sick at Capt. Carlile's. TituiTille, Fla.,Slay 11, ISOflt.W. & GBAJLUC 4

awaits him, who will be ready to assist braham Parkinson will probably returnto who recently arrived here from Jackson- He is much better now-
him business about 21 Titusville since his brother's home is ville captured the idea that she We were much pleased to learn our For Itent.
in the abstract
a Editor returned with the first
years hence. broken up. would fill in a part of the Sabbath day We send our congratulations. prize. The house now occupied by Mr. S. A.

-TitusvilI maintains her posi- -Engine 15 was discovered yesterday by taking a row in the Midget, althoughit Andrew Carlile, while out fishing Belcher. Apply to Mrs. E. H.Titus. 4tf
still
morning with no water in the boiler and is not usual for her to indulge in this discovered a very large saw-fislt on the .f
tion as being at the bead of the list on the delay caused in getting up steam manly art only on week days. Armed river bank, which measured 12 feet. Notice.

Indian River on the marriage question. made the train about an hour and a half \\ithapairofoars she gaily tripped off Charlie Carlile left Tuesday morning "
,' 'This week we take pleasure, in chroniclIng late starting.J. to the lauding where calmly lay the boat for Cincinnati. Ho spent several days Six weeks after date hereof I will apply
lion. Minor
to s. Jones
of
county judge
Hoek bidding old friends
Max
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Mr. us good-bye.
another wedding- among
A. Durst, of Crescent City, the in which this young lady was to "plowthe Brevard county, Florida, for letters of ad..
married to Miss Joseph :Mendel has the lumber his
of Mosquito Lagoon,was on ministration cum tettomcnto of
main. Miss Laura annexo
of the State of Flor- mighty attempted -
well-sinker for fine lanre house. Work will
of the pioneer place a Henry KW. McBride, late of said
the
Cecilia Schmidt, in parlor county,
to board this little boat,
Lake Worth, Fla., capricious immediately. The
the ida,is now operatingat tonnuence young deceased.: The said deceased having
Indian River Hotel, Friday last, where all communications may be addressed and during her vain endeavors to do so, people may expect another housewarming named no executor of his last will and tes
the
Rev. Father O'Boyle performing information received. the boat took a notion to travel one way soon. tament.
and
marriage ceremony. There were only a : rather rapidly, while the would-be rower Jerome Fester has been quite successful This, May 1st, 1890.
When the Metropolis says that the the In the CIIAS.T. McBRIDE,
few friends when the nuptial trapping opossum.
present made transit in another direction,
are good for a return of two of a rapid past two weeks he has caught nine large 3 Ct Melbourne, Fla. .
knot was tied by the rev. gentleman.H. prospects ladies to Jacksonville, and viz., to the bottom of Indian River, and twelve small ones. lIe thinks he
Montreal our young thus indulging in what she did not at deserves "chicken pie." _
J. Tiffin the a
Esq.,
that sad hearts are there since they left Notice to Creditors Legatees
banker, who special journey from like that time require or anticipate-an im i L. A. Coleman has made the sale of and Distributees _
for Titusville, we scent something
land referred to in STAR. Many improvements
bath. Several floated
Canada to look at his place at Courtney orange blossoms. Seehat the "Dickey promptu rumors will no doubt,go on aroundMr. All itersons having claims and demands
arrived in saying around the Indian River Hotel with re- against the estate of William II.Benest, a _
S town Friday evening Birds Say" in supplement.A Coleman's place now, as he has the
had ference to her rescue and narrow creditors, legatees or distributees, will take
that during his short stay he a escape means to carry out his plans, which are
very pleasant trip down Indian River, Sunday school pic nic at the but we feel a little delicacy in raying quite extensive. notice me within that their two claims years from must the be date presentedto here :, _

in company with Mr. and Mrs. Wilson, park Tuesday, was a very pleasant affair. anything further than that we are pleased It was with much re rretr we bade of. ,or the same will be barrel,and persons
and made a call on Mr. and Mrs. J. O. The little' folks particularly enjoyed the to note she is none the worse for her our friend Henry Eager cood-bye. He indebted to said estate will make paymentto _
has left for Mo. lIe
and Kansas City, was one me.
Music recitations an
friendsere occasion. sudden and unpremeditated immersionin
other ,
Walton of Eau Gallieand ,
of our most estimable young men, and ALBERT F.QUIMBY,
< his return.' He left hereon Saturday address by Mr. Ray preceeded the din- the waters of Indian River, and is he has the best wishes of the whole Administrator of William II. Bcueqt, late
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morning's train for his home in ner, which was a spread creditable to the around again looking as jovial and pleasant community for his prosperity and happi of said county, deceased.'

Montreal, Canada. ladies of.our,section. 'as ever. < .ness.,! .... .,. April 28, 1890.S .

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2 .:.-.... THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY MAY 35, 18 O. .

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NOTICE. I Name. I Description. I S.' 11'1 Acs. Taxes and t A Child Billed

IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED Costs. Another child killed by the use oi
NOTICE -
t will be sold at Public Auction on the (2nd) Second Day of June, A. D. UnknownUnknown lot 10, block 22, 'l'itusville.32235 $2-45 opiates given in the form of Soothing
(1890) Eighteen Hundred and Ninety, the same being the first Monday in said I lot 11, block 22,Titusvi1le...... ......... 32235 2 45 Syrup. Why mothers give their chil-
month, at the Court-House at Titusville, in the County of Brevard, in the State of Unknown lot 4 block 25, Titusville.................. 32235 1 02 dren such deadly poison is surprising
V Florida, or so much thereof as will be necessary to pay the amounts due for taxes METitus, Agt HTTitus lots 6, 7, 8, 9. 10, block 26, Titusville.. 3 2'235 157all when they can relieve the child of its
L herein set opposite to the same, together with the costs of sale and advertising : METitus, Agt HTTitus block 27, Titusville....:................ 32235 2 f'2 peculiar troubles by using Dr. Acker's
METitus( Agt HTTitus lots 4, 5. 6, block 29! Titusville......... .32235 1 21 Baby Soother. It contains no opium or
-I 5] W C Branning lot 15, Robbins & Graham's addition morphine. Sold by Dixon& Gray,drug-

o mDESCRIPTION. = !l to Titusville............................... 3 22 35 6 45 gists.
I NAME OF OWNER. Q C = t =' !1J c 1 Unknown Jot 28, Robbins & Graham's addition .
Can't
If.J g 5 -< g 0 I to Titusville ..... ......................... 22 35 3 93 Sleep Nights
kF CHseofswofse j UnKnown Jot 13, Joynenille addition to Titusville Is the complaint of thousands suffering

Unknown }.................. .....,.36'2034' 5 8157 ..................................... ..... .3 22 35 1 61 from Asthma,Consumption,Coughs: ,etc.
( D E Houghtling lot 11 Quinbys Map of Aurantia....... 38 20 34 4 1 02 UnKnown lot 16, Joyneni1le addition to Titus- Did you ever try Dr. Acker's English

D E Houghtling lot 12 Quinbys Map of Aurantia....... 38 2034 5 1 21 ,ville............. ........................... 1 42 Remedy? It is the best preparation
S Unknown. Peter Fouchard grant.................... 39! 20 34 4G6 9! 61 unKnown lot 17, oyner\'ilJe addition tu Titusyule. known for all Lung Troubles. Sold on

unknown all lot one of sub div of P F Fon- .......................................... 35 1 42e a positive guarantee at 25c. and 50c. by
taine grant................................ 41 2034 406 9 64 unKnown of lot 21, Joynerville addition to. Dixon & Gray, druggists.

Mary M Wilbur lot 4............................................. 82035 60 2 45 Titusville.................................. 32235 1 25 .
Mary M 'VilburUnknown ii e t and 8 w t of n e }............ ..... 420,35 127 4 26n unknown lot 22, Joynerville addition to Titus-
w i of II e }................................. 40 2 45 ville .......................................... 3 1 42 A Duty to Yourself.It
unknown seof ne }................................. 42035 40 245 unknown lot 23Joynerville addition to Titus- 22135 is surprising that people will
unknown lot 3............................................. 4,2035 80 4 26 t ville......................................... 322133 1 42 common, ordinary pill when they use a
x: unknown lot 2.............................................. 48 2 45s unKnown lot 54. Juvnervil1e addition to Titus-. secure a valuable English one for can the
unknown w t of n w }.................................120 3540 2 45 ville..:...................................... 3 22,35! 1 16 same money. Dr. Acker's English Pillsare
1 unknown net of 8 W 1................................. 11 2035 40 2 45n unKnown lot 56, Joynenille addition to Titus- a positive cure for sick headache and
unknown w i of 8V 1.............................. 2035 40 2 45s 1 all liver troubles. They small
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unknown w t of s w t..... ........................... .11 2035 40 2 45 unknown lot ville-------------------------------------------; ; 3 22135! g easily taken, and do not are gripe. For sweet sale,
M unknown 8 e t of 8 W }.................................. 112035 40 2 45 unknown lot 25, Rerdell's addition to Titusville 322135'' 95 I by Dixon & Gray, .
unknown nofswofswi.......................122035 20 157neofswi unknown lot 26, Rerdell's addition to Titusvil1e 322,35 95 I druggists.Is
unknown ................................122035. 40 245 unknown lot 39! Rerden's addition to Titusville 322135 85
unknown lot 2............................................. 12,20,35 43 2 45 unknown riot 42, Rerdell's addition to Tilus\'ilJe 322,35 85 Life
Mary M Wilbur lot 1..............................................14,25,35, ,! 75 4 26s unknown lot 49! Rerdell's addition to Titus\'iIle 3 2235, 85 Worth Living?
Unknown I of n w of s wI.......................... 20 4 26s unknown lot 55, Rerden's addition to Titusvillel) 322135 1 74 Not if you go through the world a dys-
Pritchard & Sweet l.of n k of 'Vm Garwin grant........ 134 unknown lot 56, Rerde1l's addition to Titusville 3'2235 3 36 peptic. Dr. Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets
......... ..........................................1 20135 500 10 0-1 unknown lot 61, Rerdell's addition to Titus\'ilIe 322135 85 are a positive cure for the worst forms of
x" H W Adams lot 18 Aurantia.............................. 5 2 45 unknown lot 64, Uerdell'g addition to Titusville 3,2235 85 Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Flatulency and i
F T J Curtis lot 100 as shown on map in Yolusia, unknown lot 67, Uerdell\ addition to Titusville 3,22'35 85 Constipation. Guaranteed and sold by E

count}........................................ .382035 7 2 83 unKnown lot- 3, block A, Fbber's addition to Dixon & Gray, druggists.We .

Unknown Peter Fouchard grant; ............ ...... 74 245 I Titusvi11e... ................................ 1 78
} WmMMcCabedJnoLake: B Segui grant........ ................ ......44 11.18 2 45 unknown lot 4, lock A, Fisher's: addition to ,)2235,
Unknown B Segui grant................................ 45120 35 830 36 62 : 5 1 78 Can and Do F
unknown L Crayon grant.............................. 34 1 57n unknown lot Guarantee Dr. Acker's Blood Elixir
unknown I of lot 2.................................... 420,36, 40 2 45 22 35 1 78 for it has been fully demonstrated to the,
unknown frac section....................................161 W136 28 1 57 unKnown lot people of this that it is superiorto
unknown frac section................................... 20'20/36/ 8 1 02 Titusville--------------------------------------3 35 1 78 all other preparations country for blood dis
Mrs E Bailey nwofne }.................................. 12134 40 245 unKnown 'lot eases. It is a positive for syphilitic
Unknownunknown s e i............................................ 1021 34 160 2 45 1 78 poisoning Ulcers, Eruptions cure and Pim
neofsw }.................................142134 40 157seofsw unKnown lot ,I' ples. It purifies, the whole and
unknown ........... .:................142134 40 157nwofse 22 3.; 1 4' thoroughly builds the constitution.For system .
unknown }.................................142134 40 157 unKnown lot 2, block B, Fisher's addition to 1- sale by Dixon &up Gray druggists.
-unknown n l" 1 of set.................................. 14 21:14: 40 1 57 Titusville...................................- 1 42 ,
unknown net............................................15 2134 160 4 26 unknown lot 3, block B, Fisher'J5 addition to
unknown. net of 8 e }................................. 15213-1 40 1 57 Titusville------............................;. 35 1 42 NOTICE.
unknown set of set................................. 222134 40 2.45 unKnown lot 5, block H, Fisher's addition to .
unknown n e i of n e }................................. 26 21 34 40 1 57 Titusvi1le.................................... 1 42 In Circuit State Court for Lrerard County and
unknown <. n \V t of net............. ..................262134 40 1 57s unknown lot 6, block B, Fisher' addition to / of Florida. In Chancery

unknown w i of net.................. ................262134 40 1 57n Titusville................................... 1 42 John T.
unknown e of IIV }................................" 2134 40 1 57s unknown lot 7, block fl, Fisher's addition to Huntington .
unknown e l of n w t.-....................... 26 2134 40 1 57n 22 35 1 42 vs. 1
unknown w of s e i........................... ..... 52135 40 9 64n unKnown James Knapp,
unknown t of 8 w i of n w }........................ 62135 10 1 57s '>2 35. 1 42 The husband of Jose-
unknown e 1 of s w }.................................. 62135 40 6 03 unknown phine Knapp, deceased -
unknown neofne }................................. 72135 40 245 1 42 and the Childrenand
unknown n w 1 of n e }.. ....................... ...... 7 2135 40 2 45 unknown 2235 Heirs and Devisees
unknown seofne }.................................. 72135 40 245 _235 1 42 of said Josephine!
unknown s w i of n wi...........................,..... 72135 40 2 45n unKnown Knapp, and againstE. Order forPublication
unknown w t of nV }.............................. 82135 40 3 36 22 35 1 42 Webster, Jose- .
unknown swofnw }................................. 821 35 40 336 unKnown phine C. Webster,
unknown lot 1 sub div see 16 as per map in des 1 42 Frances W. Damer
deed book page 470.................... 162135 14 2 85 unKnown 22 35 and James:M. Darner,

unknown nwofneofne !.................:....1821 35 5 157s 22 35 1 42 her husband, and .
unknown w t of s w i.................................19! 2135 40 .245 unKnown against Orloff M. .
unknown s e 1 of s.w i................................. 19 2135 40 2 45 22 35 142 Dorman, his Heirs
unknownJas w i of s w t of sV }....................... 20 2135 10 1 92 unKnown and Assigns.
N SmithS swof set of n w }.....................292135! 10 1)2! 1 42 Whereas it appears by the bill of
} B Wallace, AgentS Beginning at Enterprise Road on n unknown complaint, Bled in the above entitled
line of 8 of n e 1, run \V 209! yds, 1 42
k cause, that all of the defendants therein
thence s e 100 yds, thence e 209 yds.. 29! 2135 4 3 25 unKnown 22135 reside without the State of Florida,
S B Wallace, Agent s I of lot 3, subiv of net ofn e }... 29213g 5 245nwof :...'>. ') 1 4' that the husband and heirs of
UnknownS neof sw }.................... 192135!) 10 2.45 lot ) Josephine
Wallace, Agent net of s e .................................. ,' 40 5 16s unKnown 1 42 Knapp reside at Porto De Plata, in the
Republic of Santo E. K-
Unknown w t of n'e }...................................30 2135 40 2 45s unKnown Titusville--------------------------------------3- .322135 Webster resides Domingo Fort Omaha; that in the
unknown e 1 of n w }............... ..................!.30 2135 40 2 45 22 35 1 42 State of Nebraska at ; that Josephine, G.
unknown set of se }3Q2135 40 2 45s unKnown Webster, Frances "". Damerand James
,_ unknown w t of s e1.302135 40 2 45S 2235, 1 42 M. Darner reside York
unknown w t of s e }........ ....................... ..312135 40 7 85 unKnown i' that at Pennsylvania
: and the
{ unknown nwof seofse }......................1321135 40 1 .57 I 1 42 ; residences the
other defendants
t unknown n e 1 of n \v ................................133 2135 40 9 64e unknown 221 the other defendants are unknown themselves; and
Mrs M J WalkerHLBoone I of lot 1, block 8, Coleman's addi-' I 1 78 known are un-

tion to Titusville.............. ..........,.34 6 45 unknown 2235 :
And whereas it further that
lot 2 block A Coleman's addition 21135 appears ,
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tol l I '1 78 said bill is filed
Titusville.................................... 34 2135 11 85 unKnown for the purpose of eP
fecting a partition of the north fourthof
Unknown lot 6 Coleman's addition to Titus'ille 34 2135
157 1 78
2235' the William Garvin Grant in section
Unknown lot 11 block 0 Coleman's addition toTitusville -
r unKnown I
37 of
................................... 1 97 1 78 township 20 south, range 35 east
342135 22 35 containing 500 acres, in Brevard county,
k Unknown lot 12, block C, Coleman's addition to, unKnown Florida
between
TituRyille...................................' 1 !97all 1 78 above-mentioned, defendants complainant: and the
Unknown of block 8, Titm addition to Titusville. -, unknown lo
It is therefore
f ..................................... 3.4 2135 5 56 22 1 35 1 78 named,defendants, ordered and all that persons the above-claim-
Unknown block 1, Carpenter's addition to Titus-, unknown :: .
vile.......................................... 34 2135 3 7'6 1 78 ing by, through, or under them do appear
and answer said bill at the clerk
Unknown block addition Titus-
2, Carpenter's to unknown 22135
w office in
vile................................... .3.42135 3 76 2 14 Titusville, Florida,. on or be-
35 fore the first :Monday in June, A. D.
Unknown block addition .
3 to
i Carpenter'zs Titus-I, Alfred Smith, Guardian, 1890 will
vile.......................................... 34 2135 3 76 addition Canaveral or said bill be taken against
e by street, sby them as confessed.It .
Unknown block 4, Carpenter's addition to Titus 1 I Tropic street w by DeJ eon street, is

vile .. ........................... .342135 3 76 Titu ville....,............................... -32235 10 84 this order further be published ordered weekly that notice for the of
i;; Unknown block 5, Carpenter's addition to Titus-I, Alfred Smith, guardian lot bounded Broad
n by street, by of
Mlle...........................................342135 3 76 I Canaveral street Robbins e & space sixty days, in the FLORIDA
I s by STAR
a newspaper published in Titus
Unknown block 6 addition to Titus-
F, vile,..Carpenter's... ...................................'34 2135 3 76 I Grabam' addition, w by DeLeon ville, Florida, Brevard county.
street, 10 84 Ordered atl Chambers. in DeLand
Unknown w I of block 7, Carpenter's addition Alfred Smith, guardian of 3122135 I IRonald ,
\V } n 1 Florida
to Titus\'ille................................ 34 2135 2 49s 22T35, 785 this 24th day of March, A. D.
57 1890.
Unknown e 1 of s e i......................................252136 40 4 26 Unknown of
w I s 22135 20 2 45n
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'+ Daniel M McInnis of and ......... 80 JOHN D. BROOME,
set n e n e lof s e } 2 45n Unknown of 2
e I n 40 45n
Unknownj e lof 11 e }.................................))362136 40 2 45 unKnown w 1 of 40 2 45 Judge; Circuit Court. 7th Circuit of
Unknown Se i............................................ 2137 160 4 26S unKnown lot 1...... 2235 44 1 57 Florida.
Unknown S \ i............................................,. 30,21, 37 160 4 26s unknown lot 3...... 66 1 57s I certify that the foregoing is a true-
Unknown'H wi............................................. 5,22'34 40 2 45 unKnown w I of n 22 36 40 1 57 copy of the order of publication madein
Q. Hawley lot 7 of sub-div. lot 3, block A, Titus unknown 5 w t of 40 1 57s this case.1'itusviUe.
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vile 1 .. ........ ... ............ ... -I 66 unknown of 2236 March 26th, 1890.A. .
e 1 n 40 1 57w
Unknown n 50 ft f lots 1;2. d3: block E:Titusville. : Y2j351 i unKnown of s e 80 2 45 .A. STEWART

........... ........................... 3'' 11 85 JI'&K\V Co lot ...... 22,37 78 1 02 Clerk.
Unknown lot 1, block F, 322 351' 4 26 Unknown all that Titusville----------------------------3- ROBBINS & GRAHAM,
Unknown lot 2. block F, 3'22' 4 26 strip 134i 2320 11 85 Solicitors for complainant. 49-1 Ow

Unknown lot 3, block F, Titusville-------------------! 312235', 4 26 John N LakeUnknown i........ ... 22135
Unknown lot 4, block F, 3j22j351) 4 26 'strip 5 4 66 NOTICE.All .

Unknown lot 5, block F, \ ................... 3i22,35! 4 26 I............ 23351080
Unknown lot 6, block F, Titusville.................. 8,2235j; 4 26 concerned will take notice that, six
strip 1060 4 66
Unknown lot 7, block F, TtusvlIe.! .................- 3,22,3.,, } 4 26 John X Lake .......:... : ::::::::::::::::::::: 231 34I months account after to Honorable date, I will Minor present 8.my Jones final
AI E Titus lot 1, block H, Ttus'IIl"................. 312235 1 02 ,
8,5 1070 4 66
UnknownUnknown lot lot 3 1,, block block K K,,Tltns\lle..! .................. 322,35 322' ,,35 1 1 57 57 John N LaKe strip strip....14.:.. .l. :::::::::::::::::: 231 23,351100 I 34 4 66 the and County further Judge execution an of order Erevan on dismissing the county estate,me Florida of John from

Unknown lot 1, e sub-div. block 4, Titusville..... 32235 7 85 Unknownunknown ...... ...... E. Moore late of said deceased.
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Unknown lot 3, block 4, Titusville.................. 3'2235 1 57 strip 1, 4 66 8. H. KAY county Administrator.
r. Unknown lot 5, block 4, TitusvlIe.! .................... 3122,35, 1 57 ............ 22351300 Titusville, Jan. 6,1890., 386mo.
Unknown lot 7, block 9,Ttus\IIl"! ..........;........ 2 45 strip 3, 1.10 Delespine Grant.. 22'351360 4 66

Unknown lot 9, block 9,Titusville................... 312235)) 2 45 John N Lake ................................................... 13-1
3IETitus,Agt H TTitusUnknown I lot 6,block 10, Titus\"i1Ie._............... ;: 138 strip 22 Delespine Grant 1360 4 66 Bucklen'8 Arnica Salt e.

\ lot 1, block 11, Titusville_.............. 3122:35: 3 01 John N Lake .........:.......................:::::::::::::::::: 221 34 THE BEST SALVE In the world for Cots,
UnknownM lot 4, block 11, Titus\'ille................ 8,22:35, : 2 45 strip 23 Delespine Grant................. 1360 4 66 Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever -
ETitus,Agt H TTitusMETItus i I lot 6, block 11, Titusvi1lE'....._........ :,1 57 John N LaKe strip 25, except land of Reed's, Deles- 221 134 Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains
f ME Agt H TTitu i lot 10, block 16.TituniUe................ 3122:35: 1 57 pine Grant................................. 4 66 Corns and all Skin Eruptions

Titus, Agt Mrs Hap- 22135! John N LakeunKnown ................................................... 34 and positively cures Piles or no pay re-
poldUnknown lot 3, block 17.Tltn.lIe.! ....._.......... 3 2 49 strips 26, 27 and 28, .De1l'pine'Orant.. 3500 11 85 quired. It Is guaranteed to give perfect

lot 9, block 18,Titusvllleo. ...... ....... 32235 2 09 ...: .. .:.... .. ..................:.... 2235! satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
Unknown lot 12. block 19.Titusville................ 312235, ; 3 36 all ; f.strip;1:Delespine Grant.:::::: 2335 14061 8 25 25 cents per box. For sale by Dixon &
Unknown: lot 1, block 22,Titusville_...._........ 322.35 102L Grey. 10-19.(

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>' .11l1tnown u tOt set ofse !........... : OEOBQX M. ROBBUS. Wnrn R. GBiaarr
;:'.w' s i ofseof .... """""". 23 35 2 $2-45 unknownunknown s e #............................................. 16 2736 160 $2 09frac. President Brenrd Secy. Brenrd Ab-
'"",'- pntnOWn n 15 acres of se of# ...................... 25 2335 20 2 45 ............. ................................17 27 36 42 1 38 Abstract Co. strict.Co.
: 'unknown MMdfonisUnknown lots I, 2 and 6.e..i... 8 wI................ 1523,36, 15 2 09 unknown frac n e #....................................... 20 27 3 80 1 57 ROBBINS & GRAHAM,
j Daniel ...
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"1 '..: ,frac.............................. ............. 120 4 26 unknown frac set....................................... 20 27 3 140 2 45
t 1'L unknown lot 1................................. ...........18 23136 31 2 45 Gleason & Littlefield all................................................21 2736 640 6 43n ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW,
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;. Tiffin part of Jot 2 described ...........? 1923136 43 4 26 Unknown e #............................................. 22 27 36 160 209 P. O. Box 250, TITUSVILLE, Brewd Co.. Florida.
> HJ K, in deed book. unknown n wI............................................ 22 27 36 160 2 09s ..Will practice in all the Bounties of the Seventh
Walker s I of page lot; 3 254........................................ 27 23 36 t 1 42'unknown w #..............................................22 27 36 160 2 09s Circuit for and Examining in the Supreme and Perfecting Court Land special Title facilities .
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lof ...... ............12 23 37 10 157 unknOwn e }.................. ..........................222736. 160 209 Correspondence solicited from Claimants and Heir
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Unknown wof s w t of set........................ 242435 10 1 57 Gleason & Littlefield n k............................................... 232736 320 353SW to Spanish Grants. Honey to Loan. II
unknown of neof nw }....................... 25 24,35 10 1 57 Unknown }..............................................23 27 36 160 2 09s GAULDEN
,unknown n w 1 n w }................................ 624,36, 40 2 45 unknown e }............................................. 232736 160 2 09n D.L. ,
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unknown 8 w t n wI................................. 40 2 45''Gleason & Littlefield 1............................................... 24 27 36 320 3
.unknown n w I ofsw #. ............................... 624,36, 40 2 45:Gleason & Littlefield s 1........... ....................................252736 320 3 531 ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
unknown s w 1 of s wI....................;..........? 624,36, 40 2 45 I[Unknown n e }............................................. 26 27 36 160 2 09n Titusville, Florida.
Sarah E Shaw s lof R e l.of ne }......................... .6 10 426'Gleason & Littlefield
w I and \V 1 ofsw }......................26 27 36 240 2 82s
Unknownunknown neof n wI................................ 2436 40 2 45 Unknown e }............................................. 26 27 36 160 2 09s A. 1\1. THRASHER,
nwof nV }................................. 40 245 unknown s \ }........................N.................... 272736 160 2 09 ,
unknown n e of s e }.................................. 24 36 40 4 26 unknown net.............................................28 27 36 160 2 09n ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
unknown n w lof 8 e 1................................. 10 24j36 40 4 26' Gleason & Littlefield w }............................................ 28 2736 160 2 09s Will P. O.practice Box 20, in all the counties SANFORD of the, FLA.
unknown w 1 of se #...........................:.........1424136 80 245 I W W Hicks 1 ofnw i ofse }.........................2S 27 36 20 85s Circuit and.Supreme Court Seventh s
unknown SWof s w t................................. 40 60 5.I \V W Hicks ofsw 1 ofse 1...........................28 2736 20 85
RyderUnknown lot 1 and n w 1 ofn e I...................,15. 2436 53 605seofse Unknownunknown nwofsw }.................................282736 40 102nofnwofse JONES & ATKINSON,
}...................................152436 40 605., }........................ 28 2736 20 102
unknown s e 1- of s e !, in arrears for 1888........15\ 2436 40 6 05 unknown s I of sV 1 of s e 1.......................... 28127 36 20 1 02e I Attorncys-at-Law,
i unknown set of n e !..................._._._.nnn....uuuu___ __,_._. 40-- 04 5'.!unknown of s e }......................................2S 27 3G 80 1 38 Titusville. Florida.
GusBrowni HenryBlake,heirs n e 1 of n w l..........,.................... 20124136 40 4 cxvi 261 unknown n e }.............................................133 27 36 160 2 09 .
Unknown s w I of 8 e }................................. 20 36 40 4 2G unknown nv }........................................:... 332786 160 2 09n J. T. SANDERS,
unknown n c 1 of n e }................................. 40 6 Ot unknown e ofsw }................................. 33 27 36 40 102
unknown n w I of n wI........... .....................2324136 40 4 26 1 unknown s ofse 1 ofsw }.......................... 33 27 3t) 20 85s ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
unknown lot 4.............................................. 124136 37 2 unknown s \ 1 of s e }......?.......................... 3327 36 1 02 Will practice in all tbe'Conrts. of the Seventh Jo
unknown lot 5.................................................t>! !' 20 1 451 unknown e ofse }.......................................332736 401 1 38n dicial. O Circuit of Florida.P. TITLTSVILLE
unknown w 1 of 8 w }...................................125' 243G 80 4 26'W W Hicks of set of s w }......................... 33i27'36 201 85n Box. 235.Money to Loan. FLA.11
Alfred E Rahr part of n w 1 of net. described in \ W W Hicks ofne 1 ofsw }.........................342736 20 85n
Deed Book G, page .................. 36 5 1 97n Unknown e }............................................. 34 27 36 160 2 09n D R. L. T. DANIEL,
Unknownunknown e lof n e }................................. 2912436, 40 4 26'n unknown \v #............................................ 34 27 36 160 2 09 I
w I of net.................................I29, 24136, 40 4 26 unknown n w t ofsw }...................................342736 40 1 02 I DENTIST, .
unknown :S: e lof n e }................................. 32 24 36 40 2 45 unknown s w 1 of s e .................................".. 40 1 02e COCOA, FLORIDA.M' .
II J White part lot I, described in Deed Book JI I unknown k of s e 1.......................................342736 1 38
page 223........ ................... .. 33 24 3G 1 97 Gleason & Littlefield al l................................................!.35127 36 801 6 43 D. L. DODSON,
Unknownunknown lot 1, as per map: Deed Book I: .p. ; Gleason & Littlefield all.-;........ 36127 36 6-10 G 43 G

Ion?........ .. ... .................... G 1 42 Gleason & Littlefield set of s \V t and \V 1...................... 212737 200 7 85 DENTIST, 4
as per: map: Deed Book I:.p g1331, 41 !Gleason & Littlefield lot 1, 2 and 3........ ......................... 312737 124 7 85 TiTusviLLE, FLORIDA.
....... ... ... .... ............... 1 42: Gleason & Littlefield nWofnwandsofnw }......... 512737 120 605 Aching teeth filled and land
Minnie E SmithF part of s e t.of ;; ; }: described in 133r\)6 Unknown n \v t of s w ;1-................................ 527; 37 40 3 36 the nerves. Teeth with ibcesies without treated destroying.ncceMfnlly. -
Deed Book J, page 376...................33.24: '36 2 85 unknown neofne'andwofne 1. n lof Roots crowned uh.tntilly. Plates of
R Richardson lot 15. Hardee's Plat of Indian River 1 s e 1f n e }............................... 6,2737 140 4 66n pure fitting Para plates gum.corrected.Broken Teeth.Plates extracted mended.painless Badly

City..... ................................. 33 24 3G 2 85 unknown }................................ .............. 612737 160 4 26s ly- Office on Washington avenue. g
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Unknown s Jof lot 17...................... ...........' &24'36 1 21 unknown e }....................................... ..... 612737 160 4 26s
I Gilbert WrightUnknown" lot 18, Hardee's Plat of Indian River I 1 unknownW w }...........................:.......... ...... 612737 160 4 26s WALTf..R S. GRAHAM, SI. D.
City..........................................332436 1 42 W Hicks ofse I ofne }......?............:..:.. 62737 20 1 21 Office ..
Conraltaticn.
lot 21, Hardee's Plat of Indian River) Unknownunknown neofneandsofnw t of n e Visits in TitusTille. $1.00.$2.00..

City......................................... 33 24 36 3 76 i t and e of nV lof ne }............ 72737 140 466 Calls between 10 p. m. and 6 a. m.will be charged
unknown lot 27, Hardee's Plat of Indian River! I n w }............................................ 2737 160 4 26 double. Obstetrical rates.cases, and cases outside the Corpora..
City i .... ...................... ......... 33 24 36 2 85 unknownS SW I. ? 27 37 160 4 26 tion are positively declined.
unknown w of i lot 35: Hardee's Plat i"Indian G Gleason s e f of's e }.................................... 812737 40 2 45
River City................................. 33 24 36 1 97 Unknown net of s e j-................................... Hi2737 40 2 45 J. F. LEWIS,
unknown lot 36, Hardee's Plat of Indian River\ \ unknown lot 1............................................. 812737 29 4 26
City ...........................................332436 1 97: unknown s w I of sV 1................................. 812737 40 2 45 Civil Engineer and Surveyor
Geo All tree part of lot 3, described in Deed Book$ 1 unknown s e i ofsw 1...............,................... 812737 40 2 45 ,
H, page 99 ..................................33 2436 X 25 John HoustonT n ofse t ofne }......................... 20 2 45 _TUusville, Fla.
Unknown lot 1............................................. 2 2437 2 45 L Seabrook part lot 2 de deed book E, page 568 6127 37 6 1 74 '
unknown lot 1 arrears for 2 45 John Houston part lots 1 and 2............................. 912737; 27 7 85 JJ B. BURCHFIELD,
,1 unknown s w J of n w J......1888..2 224137 40 2 45(Unknown lot 3, s of Cliff Creek...................... 9:2737: 20 3 36

.". Jennie G Hall lot 1.............................................. 56 6 05 unknown n ofne }......... .......................... 11 2737 80 3 36 COUNTY SURVEYOR.Orders .
Unknownunlinown lot 2........................:............* ........26 24 37 50 2 45 unknownS \V ofse }.................................... 11 2737 80 3 36 by mail will receive as prompt
Iot3............................................. 243 44 2 45 G GleasonS neofnw }................................. 11 2737 40 2 45 attention as calls in person.Address .
unknownS lot 4............... .............................126 243 38 2 45part G Gleason lot 1...............................................112737 36 2 45 : Georgiana, Fla.
.. lot 3 des deed book G page 634... 2536 12 108 54 S U Gleason lot 2............................................. 11 2737 42 2 45 _
Unknown Ryder lot 16 town plat of Rockledge........... .8 2536\ 1 57 S G Gleasdn s 1 lot: $......................................... 11 2737 16 1 74 LA RUE P. ELY,
unknown lot 18 town nlat of Rockledce........ 3 2536 157'I Unknown lot 1..............................................1312737 46 2 45n
unknown lot 20 town plat, of Rockledg.......... 25136 1 57 unknown e 1 of n w }................................ 1312737 40 2 45 Notary Public for the State at
lot 39 town plat of Rockledge........... 1 38 unknown sWof nw }................................13,2737, 40 2 45 Large.
H' unknown lot bounded e by town Jots of Rock-..2 unknown set of nV }................................. 13,2737 40 2 45 Justice of the Peace, 17th DIst.
: UnknownS ledge s by Williams, w by see line, unknown s part lot 1.................................... 142737 .18 4 26 CONTRACTOR & BUILDER
t n by \Vilkinsou........................... 25 36 5} unknown lot 2.. .......................................... 142737 38 7 8.5 of over 30 years' experience. Natural
.J uwofseand partofneofse I unknownS n e 1 ofne }.................................14 27 37 38 7 85 I finish a specialty.Melbourne. -

J} Ryder l des deed book.D page 96............. 3,2536, 54 28 03s G Gleason lot 1 to ten inclusive, block A, Eau Florida. SHAVING

1 K Wood 1 of 8 w }.............:..::.................. 625136 SO 2 45 Gallie...................... ................ 162737 2 85
., O agt nwofnw 1........................... 72536 40 157 Unknown lot 11 block A. Eau Gallie...............162737 1 02 BOUGHT THE INDIAN
i OKWoodagtUnknown w j of 8 W }...................................10 2536 80 9 64 unknown lot 12, block A, Eau Gallie.............. 162737 1 02 RIVER BAKERYWe
y' h ;' lot 4............................................. 12 25 36 G 2 426nofsofswofnw unknownS lot 16. block A, Eau Gallie............... 162737 1 02 will Hand
'",,, unknown #......... ...12253 10 209 G Gleason lot 17 to 22, block At Eau Gallie....16127 37 2 82 Keep on Every Day

; unknown n 1 ofsw # ofnw 1....................... 122536 10 209 UnknownS lot 23, block A, Eau Gallie............. 16 37 1 02
unknown s e I ofnw }................................. 152536 40 4 26 G Gleason lot 24, block A, FAU Gallie.............16127 37 1 02 FRESH BREAD, CAKES, PIES
If: unknown n e lof n wi................................ 262536 40 2 45n UnknownS lot 25. block A, Eau Gallie............... 1612737 1 02 ETC. ALSO .
: unknown' w 1 of n wI................................ 26 25 36 40 2 45s G GleasonS lots 2G and 27, block A. Eau Gallie... 37 1 02
unknown w 1- of s e }................................. 262536 40 2 45s G Gleason lots 1 and 2, block B. Eau Gallie...... 162737 1 38 Bottlers of Sodawater Ginger
..t. ,,\ unknown s \ lof s e !................................. 30 25 36 40 2 45n Unknown lot 3, block B, Eau G llie................. 1627 37 1 02 ,
unknown w 1 of s e }................................. 3125 36 40 2 45 unknown lot 4, block B, Eau Gallie............... 16,2737, 1 1 02 02 Ale and other Drin s.
\ ** unknown \v 1 of n e }....................................352536 80 4 26n unknown- lot 6. block B, Eau Gallie...... ........ 1627 37 1 02 ,
i unknown I ofse 1....................................352536 80 4 26 unknownS lot 7, block B, Eau Gallie................. 37 ALL ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT
" r unknown 8 e 1 of 8 e }................................... 35 2536 40 2 45 G Gleason lot 8, block B, Eau Gallie................ 16:2737: 1 1 02 02 ATTENTION.S. .
unknown ............... 3 6 58 15 04 UnknownS lot 9, block B, Eau Gallie.............. 162737
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lot 3............... ...........: 3625 BELCHER & COMPANY: ,
i' unknown lot 1............:................................ 22537 11 1 02 G Gleason lots 10, 11, 12, 13 and 14. block B,
85 PROPRIETORS
' 1-). Eau Galllie................................ 162737 2 ,
unknown .... lot 2............................................22537 11 1 02e 1 02
.f r. unknown ofne 1..1................... 22636 80 4 26 Unknown lot 15. block B, Eau Gallie..............16 27 31 TITUSVILLE FLA.

1' :.; unknown ,. w 1 i of s wi.................. . .......... 22636 80 4 26n ri G Gleason lot 16. block H. Eau Gallie..............1627 37 1 U2 02
' ..".;. unknown ;ji e 1 ofse !._................................ 22636 40 245wofnw Unknown lot 17, block B, Eau Gallie.............. 1027 37 1 1 02
1 unknown ..... 80 5, unknown lot 18, block B, Eau Gallie..............16 27 37 FOR SALE
' t. 1........ ................... 11 2636 24 ,
unknown ................................1126 36 40 245a S G Gleason lots 19, 20, 21 and 22, block B, Eau
,'t. ;t unknown n e w.l 1- ofne of n e 1{................................. 11 2636. 4U 2 45 Gallie....................................... 1627 37 2 1 02 14 TIlE ELEGANT

.<' unknown '; S w I of n e................................... II 2636 40 2 45 Unknown lot 23 block B, Eau Gallie.............. 1627 1627 37 1 02 RESIDENCE AND GROVEOF
i unknown se 1 of n e #................................. 11 2636 40 2 45 unknownS lot 24, block B. Eau Gallie.............. 37
unknown ...............................122636 40 245S G Gleason lots 25 to 37 inclusive, block B Eau L. E. BARGES
nwofnw } 3 76 ,
Gallie............... ...............:......162737
r. unknown ............... 122636 40 2 45 ,
w of n wI.................... 1627 1 02 ROCK LEDGE FLA.
?: unknown ........ 40 1 57s UnknownS lot 38, block B, Eau Gallie............ 37 ,
.... 142636
I ofsw }..................... 36 62
w 1627\
t :4 Gallie................... 37
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unknown ........... 40 1 57n : One-Third
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block D' Eau Gallie. ................. 37 Acres of Land
G GleasonS all fronting Indian
unknown ... 36 40 1 57 S River.
e 1 n e }............................. ... 2126
unknown .............. land 82637 20 4 26 G Gleason all except lots I. 2,15 and 16, block 1, 16L Large, Roomy RESIDENCE, elegantly -
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t' lots 4 and 5..... sec Eau Gallie................................. ; 3- 2 85 Finished. Also
Three-Room
unknown lot 3............................................. 102637 47 2 45 1 1627!, 3 53 a
all block 2 Eau Gallie..............:.... 37 COTTAGE and ,
S G GleasonS Outbuildings.
unknown 40 One of
s e I of n e #.................. ........,..... 102637 2 45 1 38lot.
1888........... 102637 40 2 45 G Gleason lots 1, 2, 3 and 4, block 3, Eau Gallie 16,27, 37 the most desirable-places in Rock Ledge
s e 1 of n e 1. arrears for 5 block 3 Eau Gallie............... 1627 37 85 hammock.For .
I'unknown unknown e 1 of s e }...... .......................... 3126 37 40 2 45 Unknown 1627 85
n lot 6 block 3: Eau Gallie............... 37
unknown rawofse !................................. 3126 37 40 245 unknownS price, terms, etc., apply to
unknown ............. Oil 2G 34: 4f .n. 45 G Gleason lots 7, 8, 9 and 10, block 3, Eau .. Albert A. Taylor Cocoa Fla.
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I swofse }.............. 16,2737 1 78 ,
{. unknownSarah 6-10 6 32 lieot ............................................ ,
0 Gleaion& CLlttlefield all............................................... 1 2736 560 [Unknown 11, block 3, Eau Gallie.............. 1627 37 85 I
.............. 22736 5 69e
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&Littlefield all except e 1 of se 1- 12 block 3 Eau Gallie.............. 1627 37 85
lot ,
Sarah,O Gleason 480 unknownS EDGAR HOUSE
............ 327 36 4 97
Littlefield I j and e i of wi............... Eaul! ,
& and 16 block 3
Gleason li GleasonS lot 13. 14 15 ,
AVm McCabe w #............................................... 32736 320 160 2 3 09 533,0 Gallie...,......................................'JG.'27 31 1 ;g I Close to Indian River Inlet.
Wm McCabe e I................................................ 42736 G Gloasonti all block 4. Eau Gallie....................f<>,27 :-171 4 2G I
Wm McCabe e }................................................. 92736 353 I. 1 2 and 3 block 5, Eau G alP.' .... i'i' i 1 21 FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA.Fish .
G Gleason I lot |
lot 1................................ ............. 92736 2'> 1 571: and 13 block 5 HIH i.al, I, t Oysters and Game by tho :
Unknown S G GleasonS lots 11,12 ,
unknown _. lot 2.............................................. 927 36 26 27 1 571 lie............................................. 167'' 7i 1 1 61 Millions. Boats, Wagons and Buggies -
unknown lot 3............................................. 9127 36 1 G Gleason lots 1 to 10, block 6, Eau dallie......!116 27 37'lot 2 45 to take Tourists hunting or
unknown .* .- lot 4............................................. 36 53 20 1 57i UnknownS 11, block 6, Fax Gallie...............;'1627 37 85 Good Road from here to
.......................... 102736 85w 85 fishing.
WW Hicks S s I ofsw 1 ofse } 53''. G GleasonS lot 12, block 6, Ea.t Gallie...............!'16 27 37
McCabe ; i............................................... 102736 320 3 2 11 inclusive block 7 Eau! the Gulf Coast.I .
Wm G lots to ,
....... .................................. 102736 160 209se Gleason ..16' 2 S5 have Lots and Houses to sell in
Unknown i. ,);:4: n e }. .f. ... 102736 100 1 57 Gallie...................................... 27 37
of 8 eland n 1 of s w lof # I inclusive block 8 Eau! Town. Call or Address :
.t e 11 Edgar
unknown G Gleavm lots 1 to ,
....................................... ..... 111127273G 160 209 6 '162737 2 85lot
unknown *" n e } 160 Gallie............:..........................
unknown n w #............................................ 2 09 Unknown 12 block 8, Eau Galiie................16 27\37 85 A. G. LAGOW, Proprietor.
unknown ',7.': 8 wi..............................................11 2736 160 2 09s G Gleason all block 9, Fau Gallie.....................J162737 3 53
unknown. e #............................................. 112736 320 160 2 3 0 53n Ala":':S G ileason all block 10, Eau Gallie.................. 16 27 37 1 74 Notice of Dissolution.
'. Gleason & Littlefield n 1-............. .................. 122736 Is G GleasonS all block 11. :Eu Gallie...................16 27 37 1 74 .
Unknown : :' i of sV 1 of s w I, eland nv lof.. G Gleasoni5 aU block 12. Eaa Gallie................. 3 53 Take notice that the firm of J. W.
8V l............................................122736 140 249se (J CleasonS all buck! 13, Em Game.................. 27137 3 36all Rogers & Co. has this day been dissolved -
unknown .. ................................ 12,27, 160 2 ( I i5| > (J Gleason block 14, Em Gallie ..................::16 27137 3 36 by mutual consent. Mr. S. JL
WW Hicks ofs \vof sW }..........................123736' 20 B5n >IS: G ileason 1 all block 15, Riu Gallie.]162737 3 36 Ray, the silent partner, will retire from

Gleason &, Littlefield( c 1 e 8e!- of#..11..w....!..and.......s..e...lof......S...w....!. l0...f') 3G 410 v r;: Gland :rf G Gleason lots 1, 2, 3 and 4, block 16, Eau Gal.:,' 2737 1 78 continue the firm,the and business Mr. J.at W.the Rogers same stand.will

Unknown nV 1 of II wI................................,132736 640 1 02,'UnknownS lot lie o,.block 16, Eau Gallie..............'1Clots 27 37 85 All persons indebted to the late firm
Littlefield ................. ........................ .....142736 643all 6 7 8 and 9, block 16, Eau Gal; will ple:1Se311 and setl their accounts;
Gleason & ,
...................:...................... 15273660 2 09,I G Gleason .162737- 178 with either o. cap. 11Crt1es hrrrto.
Unknown n w 1.. 09 lie............................ ..............
unknown ... wI.................................:........... 152736 160 2 i UnknownS lot 10 block 16. Ban Gallie: .............. 16 27137 1' 85 S.H.RAY.
n e #._................-................-......1612136 160 2 09 10t.lI block 16, Eau Gallie 16 27137.I I 8.5 J. W. ROQEKS.
unknown n w #............................... ............16127136 160 2 09 09'' G Gleason Continued on Page 4.-' If i I 1 Titusville,.Fla..l\Iay1. 1800.
unknown unknown L a w 1._..........!......:...:... ...............116 Zl,36 160 ,2 ,


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THE FLORIDA STAR. EQUALIZATION OF TAXES.A SHIPPERS FEEL ACRI ,VED. Name. I TazeaR II
I pescription. S. T. Acs. and
Continued from Page 3.
r PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. Reply to Mr. Williams.u They Bay the Steamboat Company shouldbe f'.nItJL---
more accommodating for their UnknownS lot 12, block 16, Eau Gallie.............. $ 85
ELLIS B. WAGER and Publisher Editor Floril'la Star: mutual Intelests. G GleasonS lots 13, 14, 15 and 16, block 16, Eau 16127\37\

Editor I am surprised that a man of the in- Gallie. ....................................... 162737 1 7&
FHARPES FLA. 5th 1890.
May
G Gleason lots 1 2.3 and 4 block 17 Eau Gal
$1.5O per Annum. telligence usually credited to Mr. Williams ,
Editor Florida Star: lie.............................................1 1 7S
t. 16,2737
should have construed
Entered at the Pod Office at Titusvilleas a simple DEAR SIR.-An in- UnknownS lot 5, block 17, Eau Gallie.............. 37 85
Sccond-Clast Matter. collection of statistics from the countytax orange grower G Gleason lots 6, to 11, block 17, Eau Gallie..1 16 2137 1 38
books, contributed by me over the formed me that there was an impressionin UnknownS lot 12, block 17, Eau 162737 85

The Star has the Largest circulation name of "Citizen," as a personal attack the minds of some, that I had written G Gleason lots 1, 2, 3 and 4, block 18, Eau Gal

....... .... ...........
East coast of Fla. the 162737
of on the something to managementof 1 78
any paper upon himself or as a reflection upon the the I. R.very S. S.wrong Co. I that the UnknownS lot: block 18, & Gallie i ::::::::::::::: 162737 85-

1 A SQUAREH one Inch in space 18 squares people of Rockledge. Nothing could presume G GleasonS lots 6 to 14, block 18, Eau Gallic..... 162737 209 '
make, a column.f'oradvertlslng. rates of the Editor have been further from my intention. person who said it was very wrong, is G GleasonS lot 16, block 18, Eau Gallic............. 162737 85
Always enclosing a two'enquire cen stamp. Nor can I see how a fair-minded man of not a grower, and could not, if he had G Gleason lots 1, 2, 3 and 4, block 19 Eau Gal-I

understanding could have givenit been asked, answered correctly as to lie.............................:.............: 16 27 37 178
average what I had written. I had the UnknownS lot 5, block 19, Eau Gallic.............. 16 26,37 85
pleasurea
KEE NEE, a Chinaman of high rank, any such construction. Ten propertiesof G Gleason lots 6 to 11. block 19, Eau Gallie...... 16737 1 74
has arrived in Washington to enter the Rockledge were taken as an illustration, short time ago, at my wharf, of quite a UnknownS lot 12, block 19, Eau Gallie........ ..... 162737 85

diplomatic service of his government.In because they are the most valuable in discussion of my complaint, both written G Gleason lots 13, 14, 15 and 16, block 19, Eau

speaking of the exclusion of his coun the county, and at the same time the and otherwise, with Pres. Young andSup't Gallie........................................ 162737 1 78
S G GleasonS lots 1, 2 and 3, block 20, Eau Gallic... 162737
Watson and of 1 21
from
trymen from this country, he said that best known properties. Had I done as expressions G Gleason lots 6 to 14, block 20, Eau Gallic...... 16 27 37 24:5
he could not conscientiously condemnthe :Mr. Williams desires, and given a list of theirs and the very courteous mannerin S G GleasonS all block 21, Eau Gallic................. 16 2137 353 '

measure, for the reason that 90 percent the ten property holders referred to, then which they received and treated me G GleasonS all block 22, Eau Gallie..1 162737 353
the the worst the charge of indulging in personalities on board their beautiful boat the St. G Gleaon lots 1 to 12 inclusive, 23, Eau
of are vagabonds
emigrants I do in Gallic.......................................1 16 27 37 285
of the nation, an element of might have been deserved ; but as it is, I Augustine, am sure they not join S G Gleason all block 24, Eau Gallic.................... 16 27 37 1 93162737
which his home government would gladlybe suspect that it is Mr. Williams' hope to this feeling, and they may feel assuredof S G GleasonS all block 25, Eau Gallic.-................. 2 45-

rid. "Did our respected citizens come draw attention from the main issue by my kindly feeling and respect toward G GleasonS all block 26, Eau Gallie.................... 162737 245.

here however" he said, "such a law leading me into a personal controversywith them. Men are placed in such positionsas G GleasonS all block 27, Eau Gallie.................... 127 37 2 4r;
over they toward the for G GleasonS all block 28, Eau Gallie.............. ..... 162737 2 45162737
would not have been necessary. him, and that it is with this purpose occupy public G GleasonS all block 29, Eau Gallic.............. ..... 245.
alone that he characterizes my former their broad-minded business capacity, G GleasonS all block 30, Eau Gallie.................... 16'27' 37 209 4
IMPORTERS of all kinds that put up communication as "a personal attack by and they are too used to business contact G GleasonS all block 31, Eau Gallie................... 16t2737 2 09 1

their money for the high tariff candidate an anonymous writer." Mr. Williams' I with men, not to accord as carriers, G Gleason lots 1 to 11, block 32, Eau Gallie..... 1612737 1 74 r

have discovered their mistakes, and are tactics remind me of a hot-headed to every shipper or producer the freest UnknownS lot 12, block 32, Eau Gallic.............. 16 27 37 5
gen. G Gleason lots and 16 block 32 Eau
13, 14, 15 ,
daily harassing the Ways and Means tleman who, finding that he had the weak liberty in presenting complaints, griev- Gallie....................................... 16 27 37 1 61
Committee for favors' and relief. The side of a heated discussion, seized a glassof ences.or criticisms.As S G Gleason all block 33, Eau Gallie.................. 1612737 1 74

manufacturers of sugar made from im cold water and dashed it in his opponent's they are well aware, I cannot seethe S G Gleason all block 34, Eau Gallie................. 162137 1 51
molasses insist bounty. S G Gleason all block 35, Eau Gallic................. 1&2737, 1 74
ported now upon face. The latter, however, instead wisdom of some of their rules and S G GleasonS all block 36, Eau Gallie................. 1612737 1 74
But out west the light of reason is finally of replying in kind, dried his face orders, or the soundness of the policy, G Gleason all block 37, Eau Gallie........ ........ 1612737 1 74

dawning upon the people. The leading and quietly remarked: "My friend, that whether construed with reference to S G Gleason all block 38, Eau Gallie................. 162737; 1 74

Republican paper in Minnesota, the St. was a digression. :Now for the argu- mutual interests or the sole interest of S G GleasonS all block 39, Eau Gallie.... ............ 16:2737: 1 74
Paul Pioneer Press, says that if the McKinley And I G Gleason all block 40, Eau Gallie! ................. 162737! 1 74
Mr. Williams the
ment. so say to carrier. I see of course from the position S G Gleason all block 41, Eau Gallie.............;... 2 09 f
tariff bill passes, that State will that his attack upon me is a digression, of a grower, and I see most-cleary S G GleasonS all block 42, Eau Gallie................. H27137, 1 3& F

go Democratic; that all the farmers'necessaries and now for the argument.I from this standpoint because I feel most G Gleason ill block 43, Eau Gallie! .................'1612t37 2 09

are greviously taxed and that assert that owing to extremely low keenly the burthens and inconveniences S G Gleason all block 44, Eau Gallie.................'.162737 1 74
he is given no corresponding relief. The valuation of the best and most S G Gleason all block 45, Eau GaHie..1'X16' ,27137 1 57
productive imposed. For instance : a recent order, S G GleasonS all block 46, Eau Gallie...............;.'16'7 37 1 57
session will be a long one. The :Republicans properties of the county, as comparedwith and whether written or verbal it is of the G Gleason all block 47, Eau Gallie..................16 27 37 1 57

have full power to enact any meas- the values fixed on vacant town same force to me, virtually discontinues S G Cleason all block 48, Eau Gallie..................'16;2737 1 57

ure they want, and are not likely to leave lots, wild lands and small home places, prepay stations. No goods are to be received S G Gleason all block 49, Eau Gallic.................'l62737: 1 21l62737
until the approach of the congressional the rate of county taxes is much higher S G GleasonS all block 50, Eau Gallie.................. 1 21
elections this fall them to home or discharged at them. This com- G GleasonS all block 51, Eau Gallie................. !tlots 16,7 X37 1 21
warns go than it should be. In last article I the
my pels growers around my wharf to G GleasonS 1, 2, and 3, block 52, Eau Gallie..1' 85
and correct the ideas the farmers are get instanced ten properties in a general way. haul their goods, both import and export G GleasonS lots 6, 7, and 8, block 52, Eau Gallie...'''1627137; 1 02-

ting that the tariff is a heavy tax. This time the article of Mr. Williams from City Point. which is from one G Gleason all block 53, Eau Gallie...................|':l6'2737' 1 38-
in S G Gleason all block 54, Eau Gallic....................I!:162737' 1 38
warrants me being somewhat more to two miles and they have this I
1' WHILE the case of Wm.: Jarvis was privileg S G GleasonS lot 2. block 55, Eau Game..1(l' I .q.. 14
before the County Court Tuesday an pecific. only when the river is low, the county G GleasonS lots 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 55'1 116:27 37
There is no better illustration of the road being from two to three miles. This Eau Gallie.................................116'21'37' 2 ro-
made by
important discovery was counsel low assessments complained of than in freight is mainly provisions and grain, G Gleason oat lots 3 and 4, block 56, Eau Gallie
for defence which will result in placing the case of Mr. Williams himself. Mr.Williams' without which the farmer S G Gleason out lots 6, 7, 8 and 9, block 56, Eau
Brevard back under the Local Option cannot live; Gallie................................. ....... 16 27 37 39 3
law which was in force three years very valuable place at Rock- and fertilizers, implements and materialfor S G Gleason out lots 12, 13,14,15,16, 17 and 18,

This caused by oversight; of ledge is assessed on the tax roll as worth irrigating purposes, without whichhe I I block 56, Eau Gallie..................:. 37 466:
ago. was an but $6,000. Does he pretend to say that could not increase his Theseare S G GleasonS out lots 20, 21, 22 and 23, block 56, 16127

the County Commissioners in not order- this is its true value, or that it is not when crop. Eau Gallie................................ 162737 2 85-
ing the wet and dry election, of 1887, not times the man in business G Gleason.S all block 57, Eau Gallie.................. 2127 37 1 7-1
held within the limit of CO days requiredby worth ten times this figure even ? The should say nothing, or be content with G Gleason all block 58, Eau Gallie................... 212737 1 74
people of the county who pay on an assessed grumbling among one another. Theseare S G Gleason all block 59, Eau Gallie.................... 212731 1 74
the Constitution from the date of the times when both
value of from J up to the actual producer and car- S G GleasonS all block 60, Eau Gallie................... 212737 1 74
presentation of thepetition forsuch elec- cash value of their properties, will be rier should study the times in which theylive. G Gleason all block 61, Eau Gallie................... 212137 1 5T
These times
tion. The petition was presented July !; are of producing and S G Gleason all block 62, Eau Gallie.................... 2127 31 1 5T
interested hear from Mr. Williams
to and should
15th and the election held September carrying they and be times of S G GleasonS all block 63, Eau Gallie................... 2127 37 1 f-T
upon this point.It good producing good carrying. If G Gleason all block 64, Eau Gallic.-.................'212737 157
14th 1887 which makes interval of
carriers said the
an is safe to say that the output of Mr. the to growers: we seethe S G GleasonS all block 65, Eau Gallie....,..............:212737 1 57
61 days. It is presumed that this point Williams' grove the past season was not situation and we must all hustle; we G GleasonS all block 66, Eau Gallie................... 2127 37 1ST
would be sustained by an appeal to the will bring your fertilizers cheap, which G GleasonS all block 67, Eau Gallie.................... 2127 37 157
Circuit Court, hence it will now be necessary less than 2,500 boxes-possibly 500 more they do, your lumber and piping for the G GleasonS all block 68, Eau Gallie................... 212737 1 5T
in artesian
the formerly than this figure. The bills for the fruit new outlay water for irriga G GleasonS all block 69, Eau Gallic..*................ 212737 1 57
to get up petition, as purchased by the county for the Sub- tive purposes, which you have made, G GleasonS all block 70, Eau Gallie................... 212737 1ST

of the voters: in the precinct where a Tropical (which are a part of the recordsof need which in they the do not of, and everything lowest you fi GleasonS all block 71, Eau Gallic.-.................'212737 r 5T
person wishes to sell, advertise itpaythe the how that Williams way supplies, at G Gleason all block 72, Eau Gallic.-................. 212737 1 21
Mr.
county), and best service and if
license-and open business. It is rates any of your S G GleasonS all block 73, Eau Gallie................... 2127 37 85-
thought by that this return to the charged the county $3.00 per box in January goods should be of a delicate nature and G Gleason all block 74, Eau Gallie................... 212137 1ST
many and $4.00 per box in February, perishable, we will handle them so as to S G Gleason all block 75, Eau Gallie.................... 212737 1 21
former law will be agreeable to most of while I believe he has intimated in a let- make prosperous times for ns both. You S G Gleason all block 76, Eau Gallie....... ........... 212737 1 21

the precincts in the County. ter that Indian River fruit brought from hurry which up time now and increase your crops at S G oleason all block 77, Eau Gallie................... 2127 37 1O2"
we expect to make our best S G Gleason all block 78, Eau Gallie. ................. 2127 31 1 7-1
Our regular Washington correspondent, 6.00 to $7.00 per box later on. It cannot money out of you with lower rates and S G GleasonUnknown all block 79, Eau Gallienejof .................... 212737 17-1

under date of May 9, says the Republicans be assumed that Mr. Williams all better facilities.will The grower would say se 1..f....................... 17 27 37 40 2 45172737 -
of the House held a caucus Tuesdayin charged the county more than he received schedule right,to we take agree to this from; you Unknown nwlof Sel..:............................. 40 245-

which they experienced how vexatious from his commission men, so that his wharves of our which produce have our Unknown Swlof set................................. 17 27 37 4 245.
many we builtat Unknown get of Sel.................................. 17 27 37 40 2 45
Speaker Reed's arbitrary rulings are when average returns per box should be be our own expense, in the evening of
Gleason & Littlefield ni-of swland nelof set........... 182737 120 336
applied at home. The caucus met to tween 3.00 and 4.00 per box for fruit the day on which we pack and place it, Unknown net............................................ 1827 37 160 42 6
start it to Jacksonville
decide upon the order of business. The shipped in January and February, with at least the next as soon as it arrives Unknown n w \.....................-..................... 182737 160 4 26
River and Harbor tried hard to fancy prices for later shipments. Takingthe or competition has made day, the at whichpoint Gleason & Littlefield SV I............................................. 192731 1 4 26
managers rates Gleason & LittlefieldJno s e } ............................................. 192731 160 426.
returns at $3.75 box he low and the service Give
have that appropriation bill disposed of average per good. us a
A Graham ejofsjofsejofnw \............... 202737 15 173
the first thing but Mr. Reed had determined would receive from 2,500 boxes, say simple schedule, plain, smooth to working, business Unknown net of n e J................................. 202737 40 245
restore
so as confidence
that the tariff should have prece $9,375.00. Allowing a third of this for that will come and nol our Unknown n w Jof net................. ............. 2027 37 40 2 45
dence. Then they wanted second con- expenses of grove, packing etc., would but you continue to meet our disappoint, Unknown s w J of net................'................ 20 27 37 40 245202737 -
still leave the income increasing UnknownS set of net ................................. 40 2 452127 -
sideration, but were denied that, or any $6,000 as net of shipments, and we will be willing to have G
GleasonS S w J of n w J except 7 acres to Blatchs 37 33 426
) Williams' receive as do, 93 cts, out of 158
time definite, and were extremely exas- tr. grove. Capitalize this at you you G Gleason
of 9 to Waltonw .
class 80 e J n w J except acres 2127 37 31 42G
cts. for 1st out of 135 for 2nd
perated. The time to be taken up by 8 per cent., the legal rate of interest, and 79 out of 119 for, 3rd and 67 out of 99, Gleason & Littlefield J of s wi................................... 282737 80 245.
tariff talk was discussed. Speaker Reed we have $75,000 as the present value of for 4th class goods from New York and Gleason & Littlefield gel and wl................................ 292737 480 4 9T
suggested that general debate be omitted Mr. Williams' grove as a business investment half of the entire freight on our Gleason & Littlefield all............................. ................. 302737 640 64 3
able for the perish- Glea on & Littlefield all...............,................................ 312 31 640643
and the bill taken up in detail at once. to which is to be added the value times exports when, present. Theseare Gleason & Littlefield all...................-......... .................. 322137 640 6 43
He knew the bill would pass and there of his house, and uncultivated lands, and times in which they men live.are studying Times of the or- Gleason & LittlefieldL wlof setand w J........................ 332137 4 4 91
wasn't any use of much talking. Mr the enhancement of its value consideredas ganization for "In union E BarberL lots 1 and 4,block 12, East Melbourne 362737 85-

McKinley jumped to his feet and pro a mere investment, which is due to its there is strength protection., and in union there is 0 GarretL s 1 of setandsof s w J.............. .728 1 209
tested the insinuationthat beautiful surroundings.To oppression, but in union there is "strikefor 0 GarretL s J of selands J of swl.............. '82835 160 209
vehemently against from 0 Garret wlof n w } and w J of swl-......... 152835 160 20917q835
emancipation oppression"
no, debate was necessary. He declared demonstrate absolutely that the The times is its own best teacher. L O GarretL all................................................ 640 6 43
that the party need not fear to assessment of Mr. Williams property In Respectfully 0 GarretL nand s e i and e J of 8 wi............ 182835 660 5 70

discuss the bill before the country; that a glaring example of the injustice complained "1'}[. H. SHARPE. 0 GarretL e J of e i and swi-andw3of a e |1

to out off debate would be of. I will make Mr. Williamsthis 'lit t and swIof net........................ 192835 440 501
general: an 0 GarretL all............................................... 202835 640 6 43
outrage upon both minority and majority. offer: I will give him fire times the Important Information for Many of You. 0 GarretL n J andnwlofselandn1ofawt] 212$35 440 4 61

Mr. Burrows created amusement by say. assessed value of his property, and I defy The proper and picturesque route for 0 GarretL niofnwswjofnw } and

ing that some people haying made a tar him to find a property in Titusville that business and pleasure travel from New wlof s w 1.-....................... 292835 285
York to the Catskill Mountains, Saratogaand 0 GarretL elof netwtof nwlands ......
} 302835 49T
iff speech thought the subject exhausted he will buy at five, or even three times
other New York State resorts, is by 0 GarretL all................................................ 312835 640 64 3r
for all time to come, and were naturally its valuation. Mr. Williams has been the West Shore Railroad. By taking the 0 Garret SW } of net and w J of s e J and w \J 322835 4 61

impatient at hearing other people talk. the recipient of distinguished honors Pennsylvania Railroad pas..engersViIl UnknownC lot 5, block 11, Melbourne.........,....... 22831 102'
(This want drive at Mr. Reed's tariff from the people of Brevard county. make direct connection with the West T ClaytonUnknown n w cor 60x175 feet,hotel reserved lot 22837 1.5T

speech two years ago.) The Speaker then Surely he cannot wish to see his former Shore in union depot at Jersey City, and lot 4, block 19, Melbourne.............. 22837 1ST
commencing about June 15th drawingroom Unknown lot 1, block 21, Melbourne................ 22837 1 21
laid down his ultimatum: There wouldbe constituents forced to pay a high rate of cars are run through without Unknown s J of lot 1, block 24, Melbourne....... 22831 245
fifty more working days: this session, taxes because he is not compelled to bear change. W E Rogers part of n e J of s e J,described in Deed

and the majority could give the whole< his share of the public burden. Let Mr. For tourist books, time-tables, and information Book K, page 186, Melbourne......... 32837 } 1 7S

r time to the tariff if it would,but it must Williams deserve the confidence the people regarding the West Shore UnknownUnknown n part of lot 3................:........,....... 22831 15 605
be understood that other legislation euf Railroad, call on or address H. B. Jagoe, nwtof nwl ....._........................ 102837f40 245'
in
him
feted and it was very to adjourn reposed and return his prop- General Eastern Passenger Agent, 363 E E Rounsyille n J of n w \.........-........................ 142837 80 785
early. He probably necessary meant public erty this year to the assessor at $20,000 Broadway, or C. E. Lambert, General Unknown n w Jof net.....,........................... 1628131 40 2 45
buildings and other little jobs so important instead of $6,000.uC1TIZE.. ." Passenger Agent, 5 Vanderbilt avenue. UnknownH n w i of ael....................:............ 1628 40 245
to candidates for 're-election. The<- P. S-If Mr. Williams wants to take New York City. "Summer Excursions," C Christie s e 1 of a e \.........?...... ............... 16 J7 40 2 45
outcome of it all was a compromise that offer a hands mely illustrated book, giving Unknown s w J of awl................................. 1.2 d 37 40 245
of five times his
the bill should the House and be in up valuation my assessed description of the Hudson River and UnknownJ s e } of a w f................t............ .. 40 245
the Senate in a pass fortnight. address from for the his STAB.place, he can have my New receipt York of State five resorts cents,postage.will be mailedon 4 3t S West brook & Co n e }..Continued....................................,...... 25j28 37 16 1505xzr.q

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.. THE FLORIDA- STAR- THURSDAY MAY ]5, 1890.
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I .:LOCAL LACONICS.) -Ex-Senator Delano, of Volusia county -A telegram was sent Tuesday morning OUR
COCOA BUDGET.
'R in MEN YOU HEAR OF.
was town
Monday evening, regis- to the authorities at Little Rock,

T'tfiiHAPPENINCS 'ROUND ABOUT US. tering at the Grand View. Arkansas, to release Will Chandler from Gladstone says that he has given up

carrent Event of Our Town and Suburbs -The morning train ceased running custody. He was one of the witnessesin NEWS ITEMS AND SOCIETY EVENTS forever Ids old occupation of tree felling.

F Briefly Epitomized. Sunday last. Several drummers who the recent shooting of the Blanchard Gleaned Gluck, the composer, is said to take
by the Star's Regular Correspondent. -
_To-day is Ascension Day. were in town were anxious to get away, girl at Cocoa, and was thought to be implicated his piano his finest out of music.doors and there compose '

so hired a special train to take them to in the shooting. As he was, at
i .Mr. C. H. Chamberlin, of Wilkes Sanford.Mr.. least, a witness, it seems that he should Work is progressing on Mr. J. M. P. D. Armour, the Chicago packer,
Barre, Pa. was in town Tuesday.Mr. Sanders'new house. whose fortune has grown to$30,000,000
and Mrs. J. Zehnbur, Miss have been held to appear in that capacity is said to be as modest as a school boy.

1 Chas. Verbeke, of Brantley, was Laura Rogero, and Miss Susie Zehnbur, if there was no evidence to implicate Miss Clara Sanders, of City Point,was Da Manner, the famous cartoonist, is

1. in town a couple of days this week. of Palatka, were in town a few days last lira. Chandler had been traced from in town :Monday. a brilliant musician. He has a fine tenor

i .Rev. E. Heyser, of Lake Worth, week. The ladies attended the ball at his home in Georgia to Arkansas by Mr. Ed. Agee, assistant keeper of voice and at one time contemplated tak

J I left yesterday morning on his way to Masonic Hall Friday evening. by wire, and his seeking to avoid arrest Jupiter Light, is in town. ing up singing as a profession.The .

' Georgia.Mr.. Within apparently shows guilt. We are pleasedto Mr. W. A. Howland and Dr. J. 0. late ex-Speaker Randall waa es
the past week a fine cement pecially proud of the son who bears lis
J Tom Sanders and two daughters, pavement has been laid in front of and ; see that the people of Rockledge and Scofield spent Saturday in 'City Point. name.' Young Samuel J. is a familiar

of Courtney started for Jacksonville on on the south side of the Indian River Cocoa will leave nothing undone to secure Mr. J. Green, who is stopping at the figure on the floor of the house of representatives

,', Tuesday morning's train. State Bank building. Pedestrians feel the punishment of the guilty Peck House, spent a few days in Brant- and is wonderfully well posted ,
parties, and thus show to others that on congressional matters.
-Mr. John H. Sams, Supt. Public as if they were in a large city when pass- ley last week.
crime will not be tolerated in their Count Muenster, the present German
... Instruction, and his daughter Miss Sadie ing along the new block. mid t. Miss Minnie Johnson has been quiteill ambassador at Paris, is the author of one

1 Sams, of Courtney, were in town Mon -Mr. Geo. H. Reed, of Chicago, a for the past week, but is now much of the best cook books of the day. A

day. friend of Mr. Chas. Corey, who has a OPENINC BALL AT THE NEW MASONIC better. sarcastic colleague once said of him:

I -purser C. II. Watson has been appointed hunting lodge near Pepper Haulover, HALL, TITUSVILLE.A Miss Lizzie Smith and Miss Ord, of "He is the, and best the cook best diplomatist among the among diplomatists }

to steamer St. Augustine, which arrived in town Saturday evening. He City Point, were in Cocoa Monday hav the cooks."

; not runs between this place and Mel left again Monday for the west, stoppingat Gay Scene Presented Itself to the Eyes of ing dental work done. Representative Charles O'Neill of

bourne. several places on his way to San Francisco the Indian River Public and a Radiant Mrs. Jane Dixon went up to Titus- Pennsylvania, who since the death of
:! Air of Brilliancy and CheerfulnessSupervened. Mr. Randall is the oldest member of the
: -Rev. B. F. Brown, Episcopal clergy ville on the steamer, Saturday, to visit
house in length of service is ashort
-Mr. James Mitchell, the able assist- her Mr. John Dixon. ,
,
1 is expected in town to-morrow son
man, stout man, with full, round clean
evening, and will, probably, preach at ant to our present postmaster, Mr. R. C. The social dance previously announced Mrs. Rose Dayton, Miss Nellie Sim- shaven face, and is a perfdbt Chester-
Scrimgeour, has given his in the STAR to take place on Friday, field in dress and manners
Cocoa on Sunday.Mr. up position, rell and Miss Kate Eyer spent Saturdayin Mr. O'Neillis
and at Masonic Hall, came off with great C9 of
at present is enjoying some active years age.
Cocoa
friends.
visiting
: John McAllister, the Eau.Gallie -
outdoor exercise. His brother, Mr. Thos. eclat on the above night. Early in the Theodore A. Havemeyer, the million-
artesian well sinker, was in town this Mrs. E. P. Porcher and children and
rife that the ball aire whose association
Mitchell, recently of Jupiter, is now stay- evening rumors were sugar refiner with
week looking after piping and taking ing at this place. would be a failure owing to the non-ar- Mrs. C. E. Smith, of Courtney, spent the big trust has brought his name before -

fresh orders for wells. rival of the band from Jacksonville, as Saturday with Mrs. W. II. Peck. the public at different times duringthe
-Mr. Grotjan Ronald, of Brantley, past year, is the Austrian consul
-Mr.: Geo. W. Morton, daughter and started Monday morning for Baltimore, the train was said to be about five hours Mr. H. J. Tiffin, of Montreal, Cana- general in New York and has been for

gieter-in-law, Miss Schuyler, are now where he will spend part of the summer late owing to two freight cars running off da; and Mrs. W. Wilson, of Courtney, eighteen years. He is a son-in-law of

stopping at the Indian River Hotel, the track on the main line. In conse- were guests of the Peck House last the late Consul Ritter Von Looeey, and
season. He returns to Indian River in
having given up housekeeping. quence of the circulation of this report a Thursday.Mrs. although born in New York was educated
the early fall via Kentucky, where his in Germany.The .

-Commencing the latter part of last sister, Miss DeCantillon, is completingher great many were undecided what courseto Baldwin and little daughter Ma- late George H. Stuart, of Philadelphia -

week our merchants closed their stores at education, and she will return home pursue. However, just before nine bel, Mrs. Rose Dayton and Miss Nellie the philanthropist, won the

half-past seven o'clock, giving themselves with him. o'clock news came to the Indian River Simrell were in Cocoa Thursday, guestsof gratitude of the United States by his

and their clerks more recreation in the Hotel that another band had been en- the :Mrs. W. H. Peck. invaluable aid during the war as the
-The steamer Georgiana started Monday gaged to take the place of the Jackson chief founder and constant promoter of

evening.Mrs.. afternoon under command of CaptainLee ville orchestra, and several ladies and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Goodyear have the Christian commission, to which he

John Grether, Mrs. Eliza D. for Eden, to which place she will gentlemen quickly began to wend their moved into the house at Merritt recently gave his constant labor (often fifteen
English and Ralph D. Grether, of Columbus purchased from Mr. J. W. Curtis by hours a day), his liberal contributions,
make about two boat
trips
as a through way to the new hall where quite a few
. Ohio, arrived here on Tuesday's Mr. Charles Goodyear.The and his services in raising funds,amount-
l to move the pineapple crop, which is now disciples of Terpsichore were congregated. ing to millions of dollars.
other down the
train, and left for parts fast ripening. The repairs of the St. Many were the remarks and misgiv- Rev. J. Bolton preached in the

river yesterday. Lucie, it is estimated, will be completedby ings as to the suitability of the band en- Methodist church last Sunday morningand BITS OF SCIENCE. *

; -Capt. Bravo and family have moved the first of next week. gaged to fill the place of the one on the evening. The Christian Endeavor The latest invention of musical Ger-

into the Titus cottage, close to the south Association was held in the afternoon.Mr. .
I -The repairs on the boiler of the train ; but those prognosticators were many is a mechanical conductor,a figure:
side of Indian River Hotel. They are at their musical ab that beats with the greatest accuracy and
steamer St. Lucie will be completed today agreeably surprised W. A. Howland, agent for the
improving the appearance of their place and she will be ready to resume her ility. The colored band sent forth sweet Mutual Life Insurance Co., who has desired time.

by clearing away the underbrush and regular trips from Melbourne to Jupiter music and kept good time, and we cannot been to Lake Worth for some time, returned A very ingenious instrument has lately
the riverbank.Superintendent appeared for showing the velocity and
grading the first of next week. She will make 'possibly see the necessity of sending to Cocoa last week, and is the pressure of the wind. The effect is produced

Watson started for three trips a week, connecting with the elsewhere for a band when such talent guest of the Peck House. by the rising or falling in level of

Jacksonville Monday morning to be on St. Augustine for Titusville every other exists in our town as that produced at Mrs. Rose Dayton, :Mrs. McIntosh mercury in a trough.It .

hand to take a trip on the steamer St. day. Capt. Bravo will have charge.Mr. Masonic Hall Friday evening. Dancing and Miss Nellie Simrell left for their is stated that the firmness of paper
arrived the above until the arrival of the sized with resin increases by storage
Sebastian, which at went on merrily home in Great Bend Pa. last
place Tuesday week. She made her first and Mrs. L. C. Oliver and their train about twelve o'clock, and with it Monday. owing to the fact that the resin in the
These ladies have been the
spending undergoes an operation of harden
Jacksonville and Sanford two children started, Tuesday morning, Baratta's band. The colored orchestra paper
run between winter at the home of Mrs. Dayton, at ing by exposure to the air.
on a trip to Georgia, expecting to be absent -
which did well the evening
yesterday. I so during Merritt. will be
They greatly missedby The yew tree seeds and leaves have
time. Mrs. Oliver will visit
some then retired in fayor of the Jacksonville their friends. Miss Simrell lately been made of use in the shape of
Frank Beals, M. D., of Morgantown, many ,
her mother and relatives, while we learn
musicians, who almost immediately com- an oily product called taxine, which solidifies
who has had charge of the school at
Tenn. died at the residence of Mr. .
Oliver visit Washington
that Mr. to
expects menced playingand dancing did not cease on cooling and possesses considerable
Hughes, Georgiana, early on Saturday Merritt the past winter, will not return, narcotic
Territory ere he returns. Mr. when all had properties.
until 4:30
a. m., present
morning, from consumption. Mr. A. and :Mrs. Thomas will occupy their had enough of it, and were pretty well as she has accepted a position at Washington Professor Foster of Brwian, states .

Froscher carried down a casket and em- house during their absence. D. C. that 800 cases have come v4 a his notice
of whose next
balmed the body which was sent to*his fatigued many eyes day in which the eyesight has been affected I

home Monday morning.Mr. -Captain Paddison's family expectto looked as if they had attended the A NARROW ESCAPE. by the disturbance of the circulation 1
start to.morrow or Saturday for Eastern funeral of one of their dearest friends. caused by wearing collars that were

Hutchinson has been making North Carolina, where they will On the whole the dance was quite a suc- Mr. John Dunn, chief engineer on too small.

another decided improvement to his spend the summer months at their old cess, and everyone spoke in high terms of the steamer St. Augustine, met with an Experts claim that if steel ships are ,

! hotel grounds by planting eleven large home place. The Captain will remain the pleasant time they had. That danc- accident last Friday noon, near Brantly and kept the properly plates painted properly with"pickled"good paint they

; cabbage palmettoes on the river bank. here in Titusville, and says as soon as ing is a healthy exercise when not in- that came near costing him his life. would last as long as iron, otherwise :,

J When in full growing order their sub- all the "better halves" of many of our dulged in to excess, is an undoubtedfact While attempting to pass under the they would deteriorate more rapidly than .

_, tropical appearance will considerably citizens get away for the summer vacation and many physicians tell us it is connecting-rod to attend to some ma- iron ships. '1

enhance the beauty of his place as well he expects to organize a stag one of the most healthy exercises in chinery near the wheel he slipped and In making charcoal for gunpowder it

please the eye ofthe northern visitor. party and have a great time. We hope which we can engage when discretion is i the pittman to the rod came down is always kept for three or four days in ;
.
: air tight cylinders before picking over, ;
-We are requested to announce that this little announcement will not inter- used ; but as to whether this advice was upon him, catching the left limb about ten days to a fortnight before it is

: W. D. Chipley, Esq., will review the record fere at all with his arrangements.Mr. wisely followed we question, if we may halfway from the knee to the hip, and ground. This,it is said,is done to coun-

;' t Call at Titusville Satur- judge from general appearances the next the right one just above the kneecap.As teract the well known tendency to fire if
: of Senator : W. P. Lawshe has had a bearing
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day. Notwithstanding, it was provedby the rod caught him he called for exposed too soon after it is made.
24th at 11 o'clock a. m. Hon.J. the west side of
! day, May tree planted on
orange the great zeal with which all entered help, and his assistant Walter Watson, The rubber pavement invented by
B. Johnston and other speakers will the station.A .
at railway
the waiting room
into the spirit of the affair that the heard him and succeeded in stopping Busse-Hannouer consists of 85 per cent.
accompany Mr. Chipley. They strike a railing enclosing it makes quite pretty thoroughly enjoyed the of ground stone and 15: per cent. of a
Terp&ichoreans the before the rod downon
pretty solid county for Call, but no doubt picture, especially as some of the golden engines came rubber mass, and when applied to the :
colors
The of
dances. variety
they will find a large crowd ready to bear fruit is still hanging to the branches.Mr. great him again. There is a space of only street on top of a layer of concrete looks ,
and styles of the ladies' dresses, and three or four inches between the pitt- like asphalt,and although not as smooth,
what they have to say. L. expects to plant a row of cabbage .
their bon homie-which we noiseless.
charming man and the casing, and another revo- it produces no dust and is
0 from the east of the station to
r -When our young men in town invite palmettoes have not time nor space to mention- lution would probably have killed him.

ladies out for a sail they should be care- the wind-mill pump, and when these are together with the large, well-lighted hall, He was badly bruised and the flesh cut MEN OF LETTERS. I

:: ful to obtain a safe boat for the occasion, growing nicely it will be quite an attrac- imparted to the scene a radiant air of quite badly, but with care and attentionis Thomas Hardy, the, English novelist,

and thus avert accidents. One of our tion to passengers coming to our town. cheerfulness and pleasure which did undoubted rapidly recovering, having walked a detests smoking. I

[ young townsmen, Tuesday afternoon, More of us should spend our idle moments credit to the opening ball in the little a day or so ago. His wife was immediately Emile Zola has had the offer of $250_a 1

was gaily sailing off to take a lady for a in beautifying our places. It does new hall and also to the promoters telegraphed for and reached I night for forty lectures on "Realism" in

short pleasure trip on Indian River, but not cost much, and looks repay the effort thereof, Mr. W. 31. Brown and his col him Saturday night. the United States. He wrote a curt ;
j answer in which he asked: "Where and
it that when he was opposite the tenfold.On. leagues. '
I appears what is the United States?
,. railway wharf the boat capsized and its Monday, at dinner time, Mr. New York, Bath, Maine. ; Jacksonville THE BABY SHOW. Brander Matthews the author is a

!:: captain held on to the bottom until res- Geo. W..Morton stepped into the dining Palatka ; Collinsville and Hart- large man, with rather rough features,

,r: cued. Thus ended the sail that after- room of the Indian River Hotel lookinga ford, Conn ; Atlanta, Ga. ; and numer- The exciting event last Thursday that are shaded by the light whiskers
thank- the afternoon at the residence of Mrs. G. B. which adorn hisface. He has the largest Y #
*, noon. The young lady should feel few inches taller and with an unusually ous other places were represented at
Rumph was the baby show. Several collection of French plays in America.
ful8he was not aboard at the time. firm step and genial smile on his dance.
t which evidently denoted Mr. J. S. Watson made a very efficient who were invited to come and bring B. L. Farjeon, the novelist is a dark j

p -Mrs. Rose Dayton, Mrs.: McIntosh countenance Ceremonies and did his bestto their babies, for borne reason, did not faced, sharp eyed and very intelligent -
routineof of
out of the usual Master 4
and Miss Nellie Simrell, who have been that something appear, so that the number of babieswas looking man of genial manner and Jewish
day life must have occurred to arrange things to the satisfaction of extraction. He began life in news
every
stopping at Merritt for the past seven only six. The conditions were that
so pleasant an expression. The all present. paperwork in New Zealand but has been
months, came up on Monday's steamer, produce depicted his they all should be under one year of age. for many years a resident of England.
of the happiness upon
and left morning's train for cause M. Brown Mrs. G. 31. Rob-
W.
on Tuesday Mrs. ,
novelist has
the ,
made known, for Mr. Morton OFFICE OF THE INDIAN RIVER ORANGE James Payn Englis
soon
their respective hdmes at Halstead, Pa. face was air imparted the GROWER'S Associ&no bins and Mrs. P. 31. Fisher, all entered written about forty novels, and every

Mrs. Dayton and Miss Simrell said they with a fatherly received City Point, May 3rd, 1890. their firlt babies in happy anticipationsof word of the manuscript is in his own
had a
that he just
had spent a most enjoyable time whileat information There will be a spetial meeting of the the blue or white ribbon, but it remained handwriting. He will have nothing to
that unto him was born a son and typewriten.
Merritt and on Indian River gener- telegram Stockholders of the Indian River 0. G. for 3Irs. S. H. Ray to take the I do with stenographers
heir that day, at the residence of : He sleeps ten hours out of the twenty-
and
ally, and we are sure their many friends Association, for general discussion on blue ribbon with her third baby for the remainder' in readingand
his wife's mother at Morristown, N. J., topics of interest to the Association, at four spending
will miss them. Mrs. Dayton expectsto being the finest looking; and for 3Irs. writing. .
and that Mrs. Morton was doing as wellas City Point, Saturday, May 17th, 1890, at _
return in October, but Miss Simrellis under the circum- 10 o'clock a. m. A full attendance. is B. R. Wilson to take the white ribbonfor y
be expected TIDBITS.
doubtful of returning next winter, as could Friend Morton is blessed with desired. By order of the Executive the prettiest, with her sixth baby. GASTRONOMICAL

&e has been'offered a lucrative appointment stances. andif Committee. Mr. Oscar Hall and Mr. and Mrs. 3Iab- Quails have been used as food from
is termed a "pigeon pair" now,
what
at Washington. She sang a few should A. L. Il ATCIi. bette acted as judges, a position requir- very ancient times.

of her charming songs the evening of he is not happy he certainly Sec'y and G.M.A ing some tact' and skill to fill, for of: Locusts are eaten at the present day
The STAR wishes him many happy basket dinner and fish fry will be in -
her arrival here and her friends on India be. course the decisions must have been in Egypt and India.
of the day over this auspicious! order to which all (Ladies especially)
q i f! River will_be glad to hear her again returns are invited. quite close.. A quiet conscience Is indispensable to
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., THE DICKEY BIRDS SAY: Tyler Mrs. Maine and Mrs. Ditman for EDWARD STILING. ,ALBERT A. TAYLOR. .

That it is almost time that somethingwas their donations, and regret was expressedthat .

done towards cleaning up our dirty- the threatening weather and sickness STILINrGT: -Y-LOR..,

looking streets. prevented many taking part in the celebration -

That a certain transportation man which was "short and sweet. Cocoa, Indian River, Florida

from Jacksonville must have some at- Everyone got home before the much

traction in Titusville to visit here so needed rain dampened their pleasure. & DEALERS IN


often.That the Judicial expression of Judge GLEANOR.
BURNING OF THE SLOOP MULLET.The Hardware Stoves
Crockery Tinware
f Jones is quite perfect since he wears a

silk hat. It forcibly reminds his old fire supposed to have caught in the ,
sail while dinner was going on-or ,
friends of his younger days. .
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from sparks from a pipe. : :
L That the eyes of some of the young .. -AND AGATE-WARE.

men, who Paints Oils Glass and Putty .. .
looked had of this place, were on their homestead o -.. ..
; day's hop, as though they ,, TABLE and POCKET
land situated about mile southof CUTLERY
cried all the next day. clearing a oo
the St. Lucie River, on the west bank. Plumbers' and Mill
That Titusville must .
get a ,,move on y
I They had carried tools, hardware, and BARBED WIRE
her if she wants a big regatta on the 4 ,
Fourth of July. Time and tide will not many things necessary for clearing up Supplies, Q

wait for those who are slow to act and starting a home on the land, and WIRE NETTING

these were all on the Mullet, a large Doors Sash Blinds ,
That the baby show was a success,even --
cow-boat owned by Capt. Saunders, of
,
though every baby did not take first and WIRE CLOTH
Fayette, Mich. Messrs. Scobie and Hag ,
f prize. But the decision of the judgeswas (
Ian had come to dinner and returned to .
a topic for discussion by many of BRICK LIME CEMENT 'J Guns:
their clearing to enable two colored men ,
the ladies who did not have any interestin
that were working for them to return to
the show. AMMUNITION
the boat for their dinner. The negroesate SHINGLES and LATH. ,

That Captain Hardee should be sure to their dinner and had returned to the FISIIIXG TACKLE.

leave the hen's eggs that he finds on his
few minutes when Mr.
clearing some Ship
place,in the early morning, with his wife Haglin happened to look in the direction Chan..d1ery: Goods,

ere he starts for town, and then he will I of the boat and saw a fire, although the Agents for ALABASTINE, the permanent coating for walls and ceilings ; For Chattanooga Plow Com

not think there is a snake in his pocketthe boat was not perceptible from where pany's plows and cane mills ; Planet Jr. farm. tools.

next time he jams his fingers down they were at work, it flashed upon them Gauze Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasolene Stoves Coffins and Caskets.
for of tobacco. .
a piece
that she was on fire. All hands startedfor

FORT PIERCE AND EDGAR-TOWN. the boat, but too late to save any A.HTESIA.1STWELL PIPE A SPECIALITY.Catalogues .
"
thing, for everywhere the flames had sample cards and size lists sent free
upon application. Correspondence solicited and
Edgartown and Fort Pierce are on a ,
taken a hold. By hard work the hull estimates furnished promptly.

steady boom. and spars were saved, but the inside of

Mr. S. W. Jennings is building a two- the boat, the cabin and all their goods, STILING & TAYLOR. r!

story domicile at the north of Edcjar- including 1\Ir. Scobie's watch, were in; -

town. the debris. The estimated loss is$300 or This notice is not to be construed into a There probably never was a small boy

Everything seems quite green after $400. The boat is now at Eden, and dun by any one who have not yet paid in gifts, such as canes, slippers, game and who did rat feel sorry for his mother
their subscription.CRISP such trifles, just as if it were a donation when he put on his first pair of.trousers
the rains we have had during the past :Messrs. Scobie and Haglin have overhauled -
week. the Sophie Frey and will not give party, and the employes hand these gifts If you think you are well known, and
around among the audience for inspec- learned, go three miles from home, andy
The picnickers at the inlet seemed to up the work of clearing and improvingtheir tion, while next day a complete list of themselves homestead. The fire is supposed to them is printed In the papers. you who know things that you never
enjoy immensely consideringtheir
have caught either from a tobacco pipeor heard of.-Atchison Globe.
hilarity could be heard a mile away. r.lilrj
from the stove while cooking dinner, THE GENTLER SEX.
California fruits are shipped m large
The canning company now have one as a spark must have smouldered some quantities to England where they are
It Is not generally known that Dr. .
of the largest and most varied stocks in time in the sail before securing a start. very popular.
Mary Walker has been made a cripplefor
the county,and are enlarging it consider CITY POINT. life through an accident she received It is stated on authority that the number -

ably to meet the pressing demand to display The last few days we have been blessed CONDENSATIONS.The Decoration Day, 1889. of pies consumed in New York last

their goods to better advantage. with showers of rain. author of "McQinty" has drawn Lelia J. Robinson, the Boston lawyerand year was 21,930,000.
The bean is native of the land .fClSopatra
the author of "The Law of Husbandand a
:Mr. Jas. H. has sold his
Edgartown now boasts a 1,019 foot Hayes placeto $1,500 royalties so far. acclimated
Wife," was the first woman to gain but has been to
wharf, it having been extended to 4} feet Mr. Wm. Ord for $800. The forests of France, under the management admission to the Suffolk bar. the latitude of Boston.

at low water, at the foot of which Mr. Miss Brown, of Titusville, was a pleas of a government bureau, con The Duchess di Palmella, an intimate Up to the third course,say the Frenchmen -

Rumph has commenced the erection of ant visitor at Mr. C. L. Faber's recently.Mr. tain 7,500,000 acres. friend of Maria Pia, the queen dowagerof a diner's conversation should not

his new store, which will shortly be I Thompson has erected on one of Female lobbyists are recognized as fact- Portugal,is young and beautiful anda wander from the meal before him.

opened with a stock of new goods. his town lots a very handsome two-story ors to be of legislation successful.An in England. and are said sculptress of considerable merit.. The Virginia laws prohibit the sale of
very '
A woman, Miss Jessie Carson, drives dressed beef from distant points unless
Our genial friend, Harry Harvey, of. residence. English statistician has discoveredthat the stage between Osage and Park Rapids; It has been inspected.-Hotel Mall.
Assistant keeper of Jupiter LighthouseEd of the 562 heroines in last
the Jupiter Life Saving crew, is again year's nov Minn. She has done it for years, making
his Agee is visiting his father at E. W. els 872 were blondes and 190 brunettes.It .
among us, spending vacation. Dame three trips a week summer and winter, '
Rumor says he had his first life saving Hall's. Is stated that there are 40,821 physicians and often with the thermometer down to APALACHICOLA, FLA.;Feb. 17, 89.

experience in reality last Sunday when Mrs. J. P. Usher has gone north accompanied In the empire of Japan. The population 40 below zero. Messrs. Lippman Bft>s., Savannah-
of the Is down at about Dear Sirs I will write inform
country put : to you
and
her Sam'l C.
by sons The late Mrs. \"enworth,of Chicago
he made of to Mr.
one a party rescue 40,000,000. that I was afflicted with blood disease. I
the of the builder of Fort
Farrel from a watery Mr. J. S. "little Jack"Ir. was daughter tried one bottle of 8. 8. 8. and it
grave. gave
:Modern Rome Is said to be the oity best Snelling, Fort Scott and Fort Leaven-
Bell noticed what appeared to him to bea :\ Josiah Thompson has sold his span supplied with water in the world; but ancient worth, and the wife of the first com me relief. I was in bed seven months
of black horses. One to Jos. Paxton and I tried prominent physicians and they
man in distress on the east side of the Rome had a supply of nearly seven mandant of Fort Dearborn. The first

river, whereupon Mr. Maine's boat, the other to Dr. Holmes.Mr. times the quantity. party ever attended by "Long John" advertisement could not do of me p.any p. p.good.in the I Apalachicola saw your-

manned by the owner and Messrs. S. W. and Mrs. Jno. I. Sanders are to be In Buenos Ayres an;opera box for sixty Wentworth was at her house. Times and thought I would try it.

Jennings, Bowen and our experienced congratulated on the arrival of a little nights costs 7,000 Coal for range or Mrs. Pender Cudlip, a popular English The bottle I got to-night makes seven or

member of the Jupiter Life Saving crew, girl at their house! May 1st fireplace la from $38 to $-10 per ton. You writer of fiction, recently received an eight, and oh I how good I feel-I haTe
Mr. Moore who has been associated may go to the circus for 550. Shoes are offer from an eminent firm of 1,000 to been up ever since and at my business,
was immediately got under way, and worth from $10 to $12. go out to New Zealand and write a novel Lumber Inspector. You may publishthis
when rescued he was found to be com with Capt. Sharpe during the past winter Queen Elizabeth's prayer book Is shownIn setting forth its Immense advantages to if you desire. I have informed my

pletely exhausted, having been in the and spring in growing vegetables, has the Tudor exhibition in London. It is emigrants, her own expenses of journeyand friends that P. ,P. p. is life, health and

water an hour and a half. After getting rented Rev. Wm. A. Simmons' place for bound in enameled gold and printed by residence and those of a lady com strength. M. P. BOLTOS.

him on board Mr. Harvey exchanged his four years. A. Barker In 1574,and is one of the chief panion to be likewise paid. HAVE YOU CORNS ON YOUR

dry clothes for the wet ones of the half- Many of the groves have suffered wonders of the Tudors shown. The beautiful Duchess of Marlboroughwears FEET 1. Then be happy for a relief from

drowned man, and when terra firma was severely through the drought, loosing Plowing by steam has been Introducedin three gold bracelets from which your misery is at hand ; Abbott's East

reached it was difficult to tell who was much of the young fruit, and almost en- Walla Walla valley, Wash.,and is pronounced three gold keys hang in pendant. One I Indian Corn Paint is the cure.
a success. Heretofore it has cost opens the lock of her grace's jewel box,
In the worst condition,he having been in dangering the life of large trees, causingthe
$2 per acre to plow,while under the new the other belongs to her writing folio and Fine Slips. ,
the water a considerable time, rightingand leaves to shed in some instances very system It can be done for forty cents.A the third to a small satchel, brass bound, Parties desiring pine-apple slips, ban

bailing the capsized boat. freely. California judge is the possessor of a In which she keeps her loose money. anas or any tropical fruit tress should
:Mrs. F. J. Hoffhines and son Ralph night blooming cereus that Is the largestof The life of the late Viscountess Kings- correspond with
The first picnic of the friends and patrons .
left for their home in Columbus, Ohio, its kind In the United States. It is land was one ,of strange vicissitudes.She ROY McFADDEjr,
of the Fort Pierce Sunday-school Monday Two months ago Ralph came thirty feet high, with branches that cover was married in 1819 to Viscount 52tf. Melbourne, Fla.

was held at old Fort Pierce May Day. to this community with quite a serious his house and porch nearly 250 square Kingsland, the needy representative of
c Twenty-one enthusiastic pleasureseekersmet i I an old title. At his death she fell into WANTED
disease of the lungs; the result has beena feet.A ,
at 10 a. m., and after a delightful remarkable feature of the large coal the greatest poverty, and occupied a
perfect restoration to health. St. Andre du Poirise France small room in a back street of Lambeth, sailboats
sail of a mile the site of this old Spanishfort mine at ,
reached. The Fee & Nesbitt, of :Melbourne,. repre- which Is over 3,000 feet in depth, Is the with hardly any furrlture. By making
was party duly re- sented by Addison Fee, have been put comparatively low temperature experi- shirts at four cents apiece she managedto TO CARRYPINEAPPLES
freshed themselves from renowned
a ting down Artesian wells for L. R. Ord, enced, which Is seldom more than 75 earn from fifty to seventy-five cents a :.
spring, and after a stroll over the ancient Fahrenheit.In week. For nearly twenty years she con
E. W. Hall, Wm. H. Sharpe, Wm. A. degs.
F earthworksll sat down to a sumptuous tinued her employment of shirt making,
Simmon, and are now at work on one Paris all the electrio wires, no mat-
receiving occasional out door relief from IN BOXES FROM
under the shade of the
repast stately
ter of what description,are under ground
for Mr. A. L. Hatch, at the tatter's place. the parish.
oaks, presided over by Mrs. S. W. Jennings A hydraulic ram will be employed to I -telephone and telegraph, as well lJS Eden to Titusville
I'1 and Mrs. R. Carlton, which was electric light. This Is accomplished under
: ATCHISON PHILOSOPHY. Without
force the water to a higher altitude than Change.Apply
stringent regulations, and ac-
: fully done justice to by all present. After I municipal
the flow would have arisen. cidents unknown.The to PINEAPPLE GROWERS
are ,
dinner Mr.Hood delivered an address Sweat of the brow is better than cream

i and saidTthat it was a pleasure to see theinterestflaken Through the energy of Mr. Geo. E. construction of the pillars and for softening crusts. EDEN, FLORIDA. 4Chinese

in the Chester, subscriptions to the amount ol foundations of the great Forth bridge A good rule is never to trust any one,
f young people by consumed 21,000 tons of cement and 707- YEE LEE
when it. ,
$250.00 hve been obtained and most of you can help
their ,elders the ladies
especially -am 000 cubic feet of granite. The total
trusted by working more in unity we the money paid in, to pay off the indebt amount of resulting masonry Is 117,000 A good many people do nothing but :Laundry

t' should see a still more marked change in edness on our public hall. The debt has cubic yards. The weight the steel in set traps for themselves.The ,
been canceled and a fund to paint the the bridge proper is 51,000 tons. mean things that a man hears go Main Street
our Sabbath-school by next May Day. will be hand the in and the mouth. ,
building on as soon as Madrid one ear out at
has
A rote of thanks was passed. to 'Mrs. balance of the subscriptions are paid in. In when an actor a benefithis The worst disappointment Is the TITUSVILLE :FLORIDA.
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admirers send tothe_ theatre,littl@ disappointment ,
a,..man. feels In himself. _

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:'lr5 1 f"'" Name. J Continued DesCrlptio from Page. 4. I I IRIT++C& Taxes Costs.and I Name I Description. Is.IT.IIt Acs.!Taxes and Unsuspected disorders of the kidneys are-

for
IF Costs. responsible many of the ordinary ail-
., gg Weed part of s w i of 8 e J described '
Deed Book J in Brown all............................................... 36 640 $6 43.. ments of humanity which, neglected develop
page 200................. 26 28 37 3 $1 61 F Q Brown trustee swofneands-2ofnw i and 8135 into a serious and, perhaps fatalmalady.

UnknownUnknown s neof wjofnejofne }..................... 272837 10 1 57 : s 1-2.......................................... 20135 36 440 4 61 Experience would suggest the
n w J...................... of Dr. J.
........... 27 28 37 40 2 45 F Q Brown trustee s 1-2 of of and 280 use II. McLean's Liver and Kidney .
net t set 36 317
n w
I' Unknown n w J of n wi............................... 27 28 37 40 2 45 F Q Brown trustee s wofnen1-2ofneandw1.2323536 s w 128,35, 440 461S Balm.
Unknown nwof n w Ji ....................
swof i ........... 35 28 37 40 2 45 Unknown w of 11 wi................................ 25,35139, 40 2 45n Frequently accidents occur in the house-
. Unknown Smith s i of n lots w 1..1 35 28 37 40 2 45 Unknown : w t of s w }................................. 253539,! 40 2 45 hold which cause burns, cuts, sprains and
'V F part 5 and ,
lot 6..1 6 28 38 20 1 57 Unknown In w t of n wi.............................. 34135,39 40 2 45 bruises; for use in such cases Dr. J.II.
UnknownnnknOwn I. 172838 19 1 38 Unknown a w i of n wi................................ 34t35T39' 40 2 45 McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment has for
J lot 2........ .................................... 17 28 38 40 2 45 Jno A Richards of of des many years been the constant favorite
net deed book
unknown lot 3........................,.................... 172838 23 2 45 part set, .. .., I 5) 1 78 family remedy.A .
unknown Jot 5............................................. 17 28 38 36 2 45 J A Richards page..s.of } of : des deed book : 9135140
s }
1\\ unknown lot 6......................... part e s e disordered condition of the stomata
....... ............ 172838 3 36
52 page 634.................................... 18 1 97 or malaria in the
unknown lot 7......................... 9,35140, system will produce sick
... ................ 172838 55 3 36 B F nofS1.2ofseof
Sh1eppy se }............... 15 1 57s headache,
', unknown otllots ............................................. 18 28 38 4 1 02 unknown w t of s e h................... . ...... 9,35,40, 40 4 26 taking Dr.you J. can II. McLean's remove this Little trouble by
"i L 0 Garret 1 and 3.................................... 332838 72 5 16 II II Harvey lot 1, bock C. Edgartown................035.40. 1 02 and Kidney Pellets. 25 Liver
cents vial.
L 0 Garret all................................................ 6 29 35 640 6 43 R 8 Reynolds lot 200 ft on Magnolia 8t by 300 ft on per

.1 L 0 Garret all.................................,......... 82935 641 6 43 Palmetto ave..... ........................ : 1 25 and A to beautiful remain woman must be healthy,

, J L 0 Garret nof neeof nwswof sand e Unknown net of n e }................................. 22135140 10135,40, 40 245 should take Dr.healthy J. and beautiful she-
t s wi................................. 182935 361 4 29 Unknown s w ofne }........................... .... 40 3 36s ening Cordial and n'-McLean's Blood Strength-
L 0 GarretL not n wi. s J of n w }, w J of s e | Unknown s \ of set..................................30,35,40, 40 4 26 tone and flush Purifier. It imparts -
and s w }.................................... 20 29 35 361 4 29 F Q Brown trustee a w of net and s .2of n w i and I vigor and blood to the skin, strength,.

0 Garret e J and s \ of n w }......................... 302935 401 4 26 s 1.2........................................... 440 5 01' for all ages pure, from the; babe is equally adapted
" L 0 Garret net, e | of n w J ands Jnwjof ....,.....,..... 32 29 35 560 5 70 F Q Brown trustee lot 2, 3, and 4................................. 2,36.35, 160 2 09 either sex. to the aged ot
unknownunknown net................................ 62938 40 4 26 F Q Brown trustee neands-2ofsw 1, net of s w t, I
j net of s e J ................................. 62938 40 4 26 s e }...........................................12'3635' 440 5 01 If the stomach performs its functions
unknown n e j of s e j, in arrears for 1888....... 6 29 38 40 4 26 F Q Brown trustee w1.2ofneseofnwsw t, s actively and regularly the food of which it

1;; E M Cableunknown n e cor lot 3, described in Deed Book 1-2 of s e 1, ri e of 8 e }.............. 20 36 35 400 4 66e is the receptacle is transformed into bloodof

F, page 509................................. 82938 25 4 66 F Q Drown trustee 1-2 of s w t and s e }.....................122 36135 240 2 82 vigorand a nourishing quality, which furnishes
n w J of n wi............................... 8 29 38 40 4 26 F Q Brown trustee SWofneel-2ofnwn, w t of warmth to the whole body, the
: John Biard lot 5..... ........................................ 10 29 38 40 4 26 nwel-2ofseandnw i of s I J.remedy H. to McLean's give tone to the stomach is Dr.'

, Peter Roller lot 4lots ............................................., 14 29 38 34 4 26 ct............................................. ()' 280 3 97 and Blood Purifier. Strengthening Cordial
John Biard 1, 2 and 3...............,.................. 152938 100 6 05 F Q Brown trustee s1.2ofnwnwofnwswof,
1 Annie Carmichall frac .............................................. 102938 203 964 s e I and s w !.................... ........ 2813635 320 3 93 The danger of a. malarial atmospheremay -
unknownC net of n w }.................................. 23 29 38 40 4 26 F Q Brown trustee net of n w i and e 1.2................... 3013635 360 3 53 be averted if you will occasional
F LathamC lots 1 and 2..................................... 35 29 38 82 4 26 F Q Brown trustee nl-2andel-2ofsenwofse323635 440 461 take a dose of Dr. J. II. McLean's' Chill.

F LathamF lots 2 and 3.................. ................. 36 29 38 82 4 26 F Q Drown trustee n e of s eland n e }.................... &' 200 2 45 and Fever Cure.
Q Brown trusteeF s I of n J and n J of s \...................203035 320 2 09 F Q Brown trustee eland v1.2ofswel-2ofnw. Appetite and sleep may be improved
Q Brown trusteeF w J of n w \ and s w J..................... 22 30 35 240 1 74 L s e of s 'v t:............................. 360 4 29 every part of the system strengthened and
Q Brown, trustee w J........... ..................................,. 34 30 35 320 2 09 F Q Drown trustee nww1.2ofswseofse, }.... 2136136; 280 317 the animal spirits regain their bouyancy-
Unknown all Fleming's Grant in........... ......... 30 371296 6 43 F Q Brown trustee ne1sl-2ofswnwof s w t, E' I I by the use of Dr. J. II. MtClean's Strength-
;
t 1-2 of set....... ........................... 8136 36 360 4 29 ening Cordial and Blood Purifier.
'
unknown all Fleming's Grant except lot as, 8 F Q Brown trustee all............................... ................ 10,3636, 640 6 43e Sudden change of
temperature and humidity
sessed to D F Cameron................., 30 38 109 34 F Q Brown trustee 1-2 of s w land w 1-2 of n w }.......18,3636, 160 3 53s of the atmosphere often -
;,i unknown lot- 2-- -------_ --------- 3 30 38 67 6 05 F Q Brown trustee e of R w }......... ....................... ,, 40 1 02 disorders of the kidneys and bladder produce..
unknown s i of i tn3.......:..........::::::::::::.::::. 1130 38 20 4 26 T E Richards n 1-2 of s 1-2 of lot 2........................ 1236'40; 18 2 45 Dr. J. II. )McLean's Liver-- and Kidney Use

. unknown n of lot 3............ ....................... 113038 20 4 26 Unknown S 18 acres of lot 2............. ............. & 18 2 45 Balm to check these troubles their incii-
unknownP n 'vofse J................................. 15 30 38 40 2 45 Florida Land & )1ortIage -" iency. t
P Gibson a e part of lots 2, 3 and 4, and n w Co, limited :all.............................................. 1-1.36140 639 6 83
Dr. J. II. McLean's
part of lots 5, 6 and 7.................. 253038 102 37 02 Unknown S e 1 of s e }... ...............................1613640 40 4 26 is in action Chills and Fenr'CUle
gentle
UnknownD Jot3.............................................. 7 30 39 48 2 45 Florida Land & Mort- 23136 certain and warranted a
cure. 50 cents bottle.
P GibsonD lot 2 .... ....................................... 203039 40 3 36 gage Co, limited all................................................ 40 639 6 83 a
P Gibson lot 1............................................. 28 30 39 36 3 36 Florida Land & l\1ort.
Unknownunknown frac.............. .............................. 293039 22 3 36 age Co, limited all................................................ +0 648 6 83 i Cleanse your breath with DeWitt's Lir- t
I all Fleming's Grant in.................... 30 39 81 4 26 Florida Land & Mort113138 1 tIe Early Risers, Dixon & Gray.

D P GibsonD lots 2 and 3 and s w } of s e \........... 107 4 26 age Co. limited a11................................................ 25:3640: 646 6 83
P Gibson awl of n w 1.......................... ..... 14 3138 40 2 45 Florida Land & :\Iort. 26136140 His girl didn't go back on him because
Unknown nof s wi.................................... 14 3138 80 4 26 age Co, limited all ................................................ 640 6 83 he used DeWitt's Little Early "" eJ'S..
i D P Gibson Jot 1............................................. 15 3138 36 1 74 Florida Land & Mort- .2636140 I 1
Unknownunknown all Fleming's Grant in..................... i 31387617 54 60 gage Co, limited all.................... ......................... 640 6 83
lot 2............................................. 43139 34 4 26 N \V Frantz part of frac, s w t, des deed book G, 3640, The Indian River Country.
unknown ot5ots ............................................. 63139 17 4: 26 page 325.................................... 73641 5 2 85 Third edition (revised) of the Brevard '
H C Sill 7, 9 and 10............... ............... 103139 113 7 85 Unknown g 1.2 lot 3.. .................................... 18136:41: 42 7 85n County (Florida) Pamphlet for 189O
Unknownunknown lot 3............................................. 143139 52 3 36 Sarah A Sager part lot 2................................... 1936'41 40 13 24s now ready.Description.
,1 swof se 1................................. 20 3139 40 3 36 Florida Land & l\1ort. of Indian Ri\'er.connfrY'
I unknown seof s'e |................................... 203139 40 3 36 gage Co, limited s \ :}............................................. 160 2 49 its climate health and settlements 76;
.J unknown Jot 3.................................... ........ 213139 40 3 36 Florida Land & Mort- I I pages, with maps. Free to applicants; ,
1 unknown lot 4....................................... ..... 213139 30 2 45 gage Co, limited se3 ofsew 1.2 of se and w1.23013641 440 501 enclosing a two cent stamp. .
'. unknown ot5ot ............................................. 213139 43 3 36 Florida Land & Mort- I A. L. HATCH
M 0 l\Iohr 15, sub-div of lot 7..................... 223139 9 3 36 gage Co, limited all......... ...................................... 313641 640 6 83SW 50-3mo City, Point Fl1r.-
Unknown lot 1............................................. 23 3139 34 2 45 Florida Land & Mort- ,
'V H 'Vigfield lot 1, sub-div of lot 1, east of river.... 273139 5 3 36 gage Co limited t of n w i, s e i of swnl2ofs ,

Unknown swof ne }................................. 293139 40 2 45 w }.......................................... 32,3641, 160 2 49 GREAT SCOTT
unknown n \v \ of set................................. 29 3139 40 2 45 F Q Brown trustee lots 2 and 3 and s 1-2 of n e i and e I II Why don't you cure that cough? D Witt\;
unknown s w J of s e J................................ "93139 40 2 45 1-2 of set.................................. 4.3735 243 3 22s Cough and Consumption Cure will do it.
.1; F Q Brown, trusteeF swof nweofsw }............... 203235 120 1 74 F Q Brown trustee I 1.2 of n e 1, set, lot 10................. 63736 280 3 17 This remedy is positively certain, promptand
Q Brown trustee sofnwandnwofnw \......... 26 32 35 120 1 74 F Q Brown trustee n 1.2 of s w 1 and n 1-2... ....... ........ 203736 400 4 26 thoroughly satisfactory,, if you have
F Q Brown, trustee n w \ of n w \................................ 30 32 35 40 1 02 F Q Brown trustee sv }.............................................. 223736 160 2 09 tried it you know this statement to be a fact,,
',z Unknown n w \ of n e }..................... ........... 132 39 40 3 36 Florida Land & Iortr- if you have not you are doing yourself
';i unknown wjofswjofn e }....................... 132 39 20 2 45 gage Co, limited a11.t. 13740 651 683 injustice. It is sold by Dixon & Gray.

1 unknown net of n w \................................. 3 32 39 40 2 45 Florida Land & Mort.
unknown n w \ of s e 1.................................: 3 32 3H 40 2 45 gage 001 limited all....................... ............;.......... 23740 650 6 83 Ask Dixon & Gray what De,,'it t's Little
unknown sw Jofs e t..1 3 32 39 40 2 45 Florida Land & Mort Early Risers are.

unknown net of n & t..1 43239 40 2 45 gage Co, limited all............................................... 1137 40 640 6 83
unknown seof se 1.-.1 4 32 39 40 2 45 Florida Land & Mort- Take DeWitt's Little Early Risers.DeWitt's .

1 unknown lot 2....................................... ...... 113239 35 2 45 gage Co, limited all........... ....................................12 3i40 642 G 83
' unknown neof s w 1..1 24 3239 40 2 45 Florida Land & l\1ort. Little Early Risers get there.

unknown seof s w \.................................' 243239 40 2 82 gage Co, limited all.............. ................................ 1337 40 641 .6 83
. unknown n e \ of ne \................................. 3532 39 40 2 45 Unknown lot 2............................................. 23 3740 67 3 36 REWARDIs
unknown. nwof ne }................................ 35 32 39 40 2 45 Florida Land and )Iortr certain if reasonable effort is made to
: ,i F Van Valkenburg n J of sw J.................................... 363239 80 4 26 gage Co, limited n e i of n wi................................. 2437 40 40 1 42 cure a cough by the use of DeWitt's Coughand
Unknown swof se }................................. 363239 40 2 45 Florida Land and l\1ort. Consumption cure. this remedy is cor-
'j unknown seof se \................................... 363239 40 2 45 gage Co, limited s 1-2........... .................................2637 40 320 3 93 rect and certain in its action and costs no
unknown lot 1............................................. 32 0 29 2 45 Florida Land and Mort30132 more than unreliable preparations, insist
unknown lot 6............................................ 40 40 4 26 gage Co, limited all.............................................. 353740 638 6 83 upon having it. For sale by Dixon & Gray

". unknown lot 7.................................. .......... 3032' 40 21 1 93 Florida Land and Mort
'unknown lotlse ............................................. 31 3240 52 6 05 gage Co.. limited. lot 3 and w .............................. 37 40 400 4 66 ADVICE. .
' V F trusteeF J of nei................................. -1 33 35 40 1 02 II A Pierce part lot 3. des deed book 0, page 245 43741 22 7 85 "Keep your heak cool, your feet warm,
Q
Brown all.................................... ........... 63335 624 6 24 T E Richards lots 2 and 3 except land sold to Pierce. your liver active and trust in God,"was theadvice
l F Q Q Brown Brown, trusteeF trustee n J of s w J.................................... 8'3335' 80 1 38 and Harsh................................ 4 37.1 113 19 04 of a celebrated physician to a patient,
nwofse J.........:........ .............. 14133 35 40 1 02 Florida Land and Mortgage yOU can regulate the action of your liver,
Q Brown, trustee of I s w } of s eland n J Co limited i all............................ ................... 637 41 658 6 83 kidneys and bowels by using DeWitt's Sar-
J s w ,
P Q Brown trustee n e saparilla, an absolutely reliable blood -
of s e ine ....................................... 18,33, 35 160 2 49 Florida Land and l\1ort. remedy for sale Dixon & purifying
4 26 ........ 7 37 41 636 6 83 by Gray.
F }, s ofswandse } ............ 203335 400 gage Co, limited al1."r.M.
Brown trusteeF
f Q Brown, trustee n} of s w Is ................................ ... 22133 35 80 1 38 James Halliday s 1.2..8: 37 41 320 6 05
Q J of n e J, n J of n e J, e J of n wand 'r E Richards part of frac n e } and of n e } of u w } 9 37 41 g 36 62iot Xotlcc to Creditors, Legatee
F Q Brown, trustee w swof s e J and s w J......... 28 3335 400 4 66 G L Lucas 3............................................. 9 3741 964Is and Distributees
I of i and s w } of s wi....... 343335 80 1 38 Unknown e 1 of n w }................................. 9,37, 41 40 1 38
P.Q; Brown, trustee s w J and n w j of s w J....................., 363335 240 2 82 Unknown ie 1-2 of s w }................................. 9,37, 41 80 2 4 5 All persons having claims and demands -
n
F Q Brown trustee seofse n w } J...................................,,133339 40 2 45 Unknown w 1-2 of s w }................................. 93741 80 2 40, against the estate of Benjamin
unknown Unknown. lot 4............................................., 8 33 40 40' 3 36 'r E Richards e 12.................. .......................... 16,3741, 320 6 43 Lanehart. deceased,-late of Dade county

lot 7............................................., 813340 46 3 36 Florida Land and :Mort as creditors, legatees or distributees,1 will.take
f. unknown unknown lot 6............................................., 163340; 26 1 74 gage Co, limited : all............................................... l7 37 41 1).0 683al notice that their claims must be-

,; Iot8lot ...........................;.................. 16'3340' 30 2 45 Florida Land and Iort presented within two years from date-
: unknown unknown 3............................. ................213340 32 2 45 Florida. limited 1.......................................... ..... 1837 41 63. 6 83 hereof, or same will be barred ; and persons -

.-r 4.............................................. 2133 40 39 2 45 Land and lort- indebted to said estate will make
a!, unknown lot 6.............................. .............. 213340 32 gage Co. limited all................................................ 2037 41 640 6 83 payment to my agent William M. Lane-
unknown lot .............................i-................223340 15 1 57 Unknown In\ w }......................................... .213741 160 353s hart at Palm Beach Fla.
unknown lot lot 2.1.........................................:.... 27 33 40 38 2 45 Unknown \V }............................................213741 160 353 W. :M. LAXEHABT,
N unknown 2 45 ......... 21 3741 120 353 Executor of the last will and testament
...... 283340 43 Unknown s e Iofseandwl.2ofse I. i -
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unknown lot 2... of w I, net of Dnejofnej I I Unknown lot 3 ..... ........................................22,37 41 63 7 85frac. I of Benjamin Lanehart. 50-8w

F Q Brown trusteeF nwofnejs..........!......n.... .... ... ........ 10134 35 160 2 49 Unknown ..............................:................23,3,, 41 11 4 26n
f w I-... : : : ; 143135 Unknown 1.2 lot 3...................................... 26,31 41 40 6 05

( Q Brown trusteeF w J of ,s sjofnejejoiswjand e injofne ................ 280 3 57 Unknown n 1.2 Jot 4:...................... .............. 41 40 605 Master's Sale.
njofnwfc and s )J of s Florida Land and Mortgage Under and by virtue of a final decree ot '

Q Brown trustee }.,...................................1! 223435 240 3 22 Co, limited .n 1.2 and S1.2ofseseof sw I 2937 41 440 501'lot foreclosure and sale, issued out of and under -
w J-..... J of s e }... .....! 2634&5 120 1 74 UnknownUnknown 3............................................. 3137 41 24 1 74 the seal of the Circuit Court of the 7th
r F Q Brown trustee e 12 of s e i and n w of } w } of *I (lot 4..............................................3137 41 16 1 38 Judicial Circuit of Florida, in and for Bre-
F Q Brown trustee 3 12 of s w },4..1 n e } s w ,8 36:3435 200 285 Unknown lot 5............................................. 3137 41 18 1 57 yard county, in Chancery sitting in a cer-
I? e i and lot t..1 223436' 80 1 38 Unknown 17 acres of lot 1........................... 33,37 41 17 2 45 tain cause therein pending, wherein Floyd

|[* F Q Brown trustee s1.2of n e .........................1! 53440) 34 3 36 Unknown Is 33 acres of lot 2............................ ,' 41 33 2 82 and Newins are complainants and Stephen

h Unknown Unknown lot lot 2.1.......................................... .....................''i! 53440) 50 38 3 245 36 unknown lot 3...........................................:..33137 41 42. 9 64 first Ryder Monday et al., are in defendants Junesame,being I will,the on 2nd the

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legal day
UnknownJno 11 45 day a
: 12.of and 1.2 of n w 1..1...' 83440 160 All land advertised in this list is in townships south, ranges east.
n e J e between the hours of sale
this
unknown A Graham- lot w 2.............................................213440 23 9 2 3 45 36 "W. HALL.Col sell court the ,following-described legal property, to-,

unknownF lot 1........................................... 343440 43535 80 1 38 E. wit : .
..................... and the northwest
Q Brown trusteeF e 1.2 of s e 1- 83535 320 353 ector of Revenue for Brevard Co., Fla. Lot number one quarter -
1-2 of s w J and s e \ of section 15
of the northeast
Q Brown trusteeF s ].2 of n e i, e 103535 120 1 74 quarter ,
J of n e } and n 1.2 of n wi...... Titusville, Fla.,lay 6th 1890.SendusYourJobPrintini. township 24, south of range 36 east, situate,
n w 2 45
Brown 200
Q trustee J and sej...... .............. 123535 lying and being in the county of Brevard
of vr
r F Q Q Brown Brown trusteeF se s 1.2} of.se s J, n e J of s e }................ 183535 120 1 74 and State of Florida.
trusteeF

Q Brown trustee !s 1-2 of.of....s..e..J..,..n..w..-J..of....seandw1.2.................... 203535 440 5 6 01 43 for:Terms titles.of sale, cash.* Purchaser to. pay

......... .... .....:283535 640 D. L. GAITLDES,
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Q Brown trultee All 303535 647 .
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F Q Brown trustee at 1.-... ..........X34 35 35 320] 3 53 W. F. WAY xy
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F Q Brown trustee w l-2 16 inclu4Jive.l .-......._........... 63536 660 660 Com arnant'ssolidtor4t.2,
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NOTICE. Master's Sale. From tbe Land Flowers.
HERE I AM
Under and by virtue of a decree of Longwood, Fla., Oct. 29. 1889. AGAIN !
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED foreclosure and sale rendered by the Mr. A. B. GIB\RDEAU, Savannah, Ga. r #'

will be sold at Public Auction on the (2nd) Second Day of June, A. D. judge of the Circuit Court of the Sev- DEAR :SIR:: :-I have fully tested the

(1890) Eighteen Hundred and Ninety, at the Court-House, at Titusville, in the enth Judicial Circuit of Florida, sittingin Johnson's Chill and Fever Tonic you .' .
County of Brevard, in the State of Florida, or so much thereof as will be necessaryto chancery at chambers for the countyof sent me and have to report 15 cases of
pay: the amounts due for Town Taxes herein set opposite to the same, together Brevard, dated the eleventh day of Chills and Remitting Fever that it has

with the-costs of sale and advertising: February.L A. D: 1890, in a certain.cause. cured. Not one failure. With some J.
wherein The Florida Agricultural College experience as to the demands of Georgiaand W ROGERS
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!'(' a corporation organized and exist- Florida, and especially in the south-

I 1:, Owner. Description. Amount.lot ing under the laws of the State of Florida eastern part of this State, I know of no
. t ,is complainant,and Sarah G. Gleason remedial agent so worthy of general use Before an intelligent, appreciative and
a'Mi dS and William H. Gleason are defendants, as yours. Whoever originated it is a
S 1' H Q Haweytr! X" :'::JIiIr. 1 Wager's sub-division lot 3, block A. $ 3 75 I will sell at public outcry, in front of public benefactor. Yours truly, discriminating public, presents himself

T H Sanders' \:.\,:"': s J of e J of lot 2, block 00n the court-house door of Titusville, Bre- S. F. GOVE, and makes his bow, announcing that he
a Unknown 50 feet of lots 1, 2 and 00 vard county,Florida,on the first Mondayin Missionary Florida Baptist: Country on
I unknown lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7,D..3. 00 June. A. D. 1890, the same being the Indian river and its vicinity. is a candidate for their favors, good

L unknown lot 1, block G, fronting second day of the month, during the wishes and-cash.

:'; ., Washington avenue, running legal hours of sale, for cash, to the highest Advice to Mothers.Mrs. kt
?rF River, described in deed book K, page bidder, the following described real .WrssLow's SOOTHING SIBUP should always
.. 230....................... 30 00 be used when children are cutting teeth It relievesthelittlesuffereratoncejitprodacesnatural-
.......................... estate, to-wit: As blood is thicker than water is
Mrs )1 E Titus lot 1, block H.................................... 45 A tract of land in the village of Eau quiet sleep,and the little cherub awakes"brightas so .
UnknownWilliam :, lot 2, block H.................................... 30 Gallie, Brevard county, Florida, described a button." it is very pleasant to taste. It cash betty than credit. He propose to
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F, Davis. lots 1 and 3, block K........................... 1 50 as follows, to-wit : All of block soothes regulates the the child bowels,softens and is the the gums best,known allaysaUpain remed y, get out of the old ruts and Sell his lvt
r Unknownunknown lot 1, block L.................................:.. 75 "C" of said village, said block being for diarrhoea, whether arising from teething or
all of ten lots, block 1.......................... 7 50 bounded on the north by "Fountain other causes. Twenty-fire cents a bottle. Goods at Rock Bottom Prices for hard

unknown lot 3, e subdivision, block 4.................. 75 Park," west by Pineapple avenue, south Cash. N itt
unknown .: lot 1, old block 4,as per map................. 2 25 by Jouset street and east by Indian River, Many PersonsAre '
D1 Ins M. Owens ,' lot 7, block 8.......................... ........... 1 50 according to a survey made by WilliamH. broken down from overwork or householdcares .

Mrs 31 E Ensey. "' '. lot 9, block 8......................... ........... 1 50 Gleason, a map of which is now on Rrowu's Iron Bitters He handles a first-class line ofClotliing
rebuilds the ,aids digestion removes excess -
Unknown : lot 7 block 9..1 50 system
record in the said
Brevard county j of bile and cures malaria. Get the genuine. t y
Mrs U: E Titus !. lot 9, block 9... ...........:....................... 1 50 block being the block on which the Ag-
Mrs M E Titus agt H T Titus lot 6, block 10 ................................... 60w ricultural College building is situated, LADIES 1.
Unknown 1-2 of lot 1, block 11........................ 1 20e or as much thereof as will be sufficientto Needing f w,. a tonic up or,children should taker that want building

unknown l-2 of lot 1, block 11......................... 2 10 satisfy said decree and costs of sale. BROWN'S IRON BITTERS. ,
unknownMrs lot 4, block 11................................;... 1 50 Purchaser to pay for titles. It Is pleasant to take, cures Malaria Indigestion
,and Biliousness. All dealers keep it. E
:M E Titus, agent lot 6, block 11........... ............ ... ...... 75 JAMES SANDERS,
Mrs II E Titus, agent lot 3, block 17.................................... 1 20 Special Master. HINDERCORNS. Both Ready-made and to Order. ,
y Unknown lot 5, block 17.................................... 1 20 Beggs & Palmer and Robbing & Gra- The only snre Cure for Corns. Stops all pain. Ensnres
James Small lot 1, block 18..................................... 1 50 ham, solicitors for complainant. comfort to the feet.lac Druggists. 11 iscoi tCo.N.Y.CONSUMPTIVE.

James T Small lot 2, block 18..................... .............. 1 50 2 5t .A. His::
James T Small lot 3, block 18.................................... 2 25 Ease Tout U'oncli.Bronchitis, Asthma IndipesUon!Lse
t-', Unknownunknown lot 9, block 18 ....... ............................ 1 20 NOTICE. the PARK worm E ciseaau R'S C'In I N the C E be R!remedy TO N I fur C.all It ills has arising cured

,, lot 12, block 19................................... 1 95 frets dclectite nuti ition. Take in time. Cue.and SLOO.HIRES'. Gents'
unknown In Clhmiit. Court nf the. 1th .TIUU nl Cir- Furnishing Department
; ',' lot 1, block 22..1. 30
Poyntz.& Nolle ( 12 lots, all of block 23..1 3 00 cult of the- State of Florida, Brevard

Unknown .r ,..-" tot 4, block 25...................................1 23: county, A. D. 1890.Wignell&Tweltridge. i

unknown lot 6, block 25.................................... 23 Is Complete. Nobby Hats from
( unknown ; '.,:' lots 1, 2, 3, 4 block block 2G................ 75 ,"s. I Attachment.The : 7- : __ =- : first-class hands, and Shoes to suit the

Mrs M E Titus, agentC 12 lots, all of 27.......................... 2 70 Indian River Amount sworn 25e HIRES' IMPROVED tie '
J Hector lot 10, Robbins & Graham's addition to Land & Improv'm't 'v i' to $;,8)2.G9.!) '' moat fastidious. Trunks, Valises and

Titusville ...................................... COot Co., a corporation ROOT BEER! Hand Satchels, too low to quote. .
Unknown 28, Robbins Graham's addition to existing under the Damages claim'd IRUDim. KaeOIUNCORITRAININS CASOTftUOC

Titusville...................................... 1 95 law of the State ot'I I|I 816,000. THIS PACKA.CE MAKES lIVE caI.tOK3. .
James T Small ".,\ lots 45, 48 and 49, Robbins & Graham's New York. J I For fine Cigars and. Tobaccos he can- s

addition to Titusville.......... ............. 3 75 To the defendant corporation and all I ROOT BEER.
.. not be excelled in the
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county.I
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Unknown lots 16 and 17, Joynerville addition to other persons interested F Fk

.. Titusville....................................... 45e You are hereby: notified that a writ of I the most APPETIZING and WHOLESOME
unknown / 1.2 of lot 21, Joynerville addition to attachment has been issued against you, : Delicious TEMPERANCE DRINK in the world.

,:.". Titusville....................?................ 15 and jour property attached to satisfy the and'SparkUnIr. TRY IT. earnestly ask' an inspection of my "
unknown : lots 22 and 23, Joynerville addition to demands of the plaintiffs above set forth. I Ask :your Druggist or Grocer for It. Goods before buying elsewhere. l

.' Titusville....... .............................. COot And, now unless you shall appear before C. E. HIRES PHILADELPHIA. .
unknown ; 54, Joynerville addition to Titusville 08 the Judge of our said Court, at the
unknown ; lot 56, Joynerville addition to Titusville. 08 Court House in Titusville, in said County Neuralgic PersonsAnd J. W. Ilogers.
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Bradford Godfrey. fj.i.. ... lot 23, Rerdell's addition to Titusville..... 15 of Brevard, on or before the 7th day from those care or troubled overwork with will nervousness be relieved by resulting taking
Unknown lots 25 and 26, Rerdell's addition to Ti- of July, A. D. 1890, the same being Rule Brown's Iron Bitters. Genuine

tusville........................................... G8 Day, and plead or demur to the declara- has trade mark and crossed red lines on wrapper.PIANOSORCANS. GEO. E. CHASE. A. O. CHAPPELL.
unknownL lot 31, Rerdell's addition to Titu&\.ille...... 15 tion of plaintiffs herein filed, judgment
B Bigelow .' :. lots 37 and 38, Rerdell's addition to Ti will be rendered against you by default GEO. E. CHASE & CO.,

tusville................................. ....... 3 00 and Jour property sold to pay the debt.
Unknown. t lots 39 and 40, Rerdell's addition to Ti- Witness the Honorable Jno. D. Broome, SHIP CHANDLERY

"L tusville .......................................... 30 Judge of said Court, as well as A. A. The improved method. of faatPi!ing strings of Pi. ,
invented in
of the
anos by ii* one most
important
unknown ..*.-. .,;",. ., lot: 49, Rerdell's addition to Titusville..... 15 I Stewart, Clerk of said Court, and the improvements ever made. making the nihtmnteut HARDWARE
G W Mackenzie ;. lot: 53, Rerdell's addition Titusville.... 15 seal of said Court, this the 15th day more richly musual tone more durable.and lets ,

Unknown -'x' : lot: 56, Rerdell's addition to Titusville..... 2 25 of March, A. D., 1890.! liable Both to the get:Motion:ont of X tnn Manilla. Organ atilt Pi,in on excel Patent Lois Wire RODe RIJM
unknown ": lot 67, Rerdell's addition to Titusville..... 15 [L. S.] A. A. STEWART, chieflY in that which in th. chief excellence in ,
unknown :; lots 1, 2 and 6, block A, Fisher's addition 48 Clerk of the Circuit Court. any musical instrument .quality of t"ne. Other FISHING GEAR, SPRUCE LADDERS.
thing, though important are much leF thin
Titusville................................... 1 20 this Au iuotrunient with unmusical tones so cannot Agent for Devoe & Co.'s Paints, Tule
: unknown :' lot 1, block B, Fisher's addition to Titus Notice. be good. Illustrated ttalognes of new styles, Introduced Life Preservers, Tent & Awning Co.,

ville.............................................. 30 this ncaaon, gent free. Patent Anchors.
;, unknown lot 1, block C, Fisher's addition to Titus One month after date hereof I will applyto MASON & HAMLINOrgan
the Honorable Minor S. BOAT GEAR OF
ville............................................... 30 Jones, County ALL KINDS.
and Piano Co.
Judge of Brevard county, Florida, for leaveto Correspondence
unknownW lots! 3 and 5, block C, Fisher's additionto Solicited. Telephone
sell the land in said
Titusville........ ........ .................. GO to-wit following county, BOSTON, NEW YORK, CHICAGO.DETECTIVES. 266.

S Graham lot. J, map deed book I, page 506, Enig's Beginning: on the east side of a public J' OS. 88 $ 90 JE. Bay St.

',: addition to Titusville....................... GO road at the northeast corner of a tract of ,
Unknown lot L, map deed book I, page 506, Einig's land now owned by Mrs. Mary Young, 4 JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

g addition to Titusville......................... GO said point being 560 feet south of the north la Wanted ear 8em In every Serrioe.Comnty.Lperteaeenotaeoeuarr.Shrewd men to met under Particulars hutroetlons frte.Grannan SO-lyr. -
1 unknown i. lot M, map deed book I, page 506, Einig' line of section 21, township 27 south range Detectlre Bureau Co.4tArsieCt dmrtlQ.

addition to Titusville........................ GO 37 east, and 1613 feet east of the quarter THE MUSIC HOUSE OF FLORIDA.
John Einig 1 tract of land bounded an old reliable
n by Robbins &. section post on the north boundary of said
1 All I CU
If
Graham's addition, e by Canaveral section ((21)) thence east variation 2 55'east AGENTS firm;; large profits
Y; street, s by Tropic street, w by DeLeon 440 feet on to J. O. and C. II. Walton'sline iSample free. .\ rare op A. B. CAMPBELLJacksonville
.
R street............................................. 7 50 to Indian River, thence northward portunity. Geo. A. Scott, 842 B'way, X. Y.
t' John Einig 1 tract bounded n by Broad street, e by along the river shore 100 feet, thence south ESS & HEAD sours COIEIbTBck Fla.
Canaveral street s by Robbins & Gra- 84 west 420 feet, thence south 10 east DEAF"EdfEi '. Lsviataus: jugaui ,

ham's addition, w by DeLeon street..... 7 50 along the east side of said road 63 feet to f.rUU..MiMtMhl wkr_ *ill! E...&..|.Whispers.fall.8oU by heard.r.HKCOX.; Conf Knabe Pianos. Weber
t Unknown'International w 1-20 net, except land of Jones & the point of beginning, containing 76-100 Ml/: '.'8r>.wla1,*.*Iwk. Writ f.r bMk.f prMb.&& Bros. Pianos Pianos Haines
Morris Pianos Wilcox &
,
Ronald, 65 acres..7 50 acres, more or less. ,
Telegraph CoW main line and instruments.................... 1 50 Said land belonging to Chris. M. Houston PARKER'S White Organs and Chicago Cottage
r A Rawls blocks 34 and 3-5, n 212 feet of block 36, a minor, of said County, and to be sold. HAIR BALSAM Organs.I

West addition of Titusville............... 1 50 for his use and benefit. _Cleanses Promotes and a luxuriant beautifies the hair. will Sell and Deliver at your nearest
Henry Boone lot 2, Coleman'sAddition to Titusville..... 9 00 MARY V. HOUSTON, Never Fails to Bettor growth.Gray station High GradePIANOS
W S Norwood lot 3, Coleman's addition to Titusville.... 4 50 Guardian of Chris. M. Houston. 1 Hair to its Youthful Color.
t Dated this April 30th, 1890.NOTIC IFrerenta Dandruff and hair falling
Unknown \- lot 3, block B, Coleman's addition to Ti- 60e.and tl.00 at nrumM''"

'. i tusville:: ................. ........................ 75 I
unknown : lot 4, block B, Coleman's: addition to Ti'. E. / CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH

tusville...................................jy |l 75 > PENNYROYAL PILLS
In Circuit Court for the 7th Judicial Cir-
Unknown lot 8. block 8 Titus' addition to Titu- lied Cross Diamond Brand.
,
1 y -, ville.............................................. 3 75 cuit of Florida, in and for Brevard J[). The. L only 4ie.reliable,.*k Prardtt pin for nl for. Pate UM DI uian. .. ORORGANS
unknown blocks 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6, Carpenter's addition county. 1riU.1I1Hribboa...>4 ItniBd,U Take.red mcMUiabezM.. er. 8ftd46,Mtl.tCkUaestcr

Titusville........................... 13 50 John, W. Curtis ] ftBpi) for parUoBlar. _ud MKellef_ for
U r by aU. #
unknown w 1-2 of lot 7, Carpenter's addition to vs. } Bill for Divorce. Cke.t.aiV.,JIa41ao.tie..Ph1Lde SYp,r.r.

Titusville...................................... 1 20 Susan W. Curtis
t: ; j It appearing by complainant's bill in
I; JOHN MYERS the above stated cause, which said bill

is sworn to by complainant, that the de- FOR LKSS
r Collector of Revenue in and for the Town of Titusville, Brevard County, Florida. fendant, Susan W. Curtis, is a non-resi- United States.MONEY I Will than ship any a other Piano house or Organ in ,the to

TitusTille Fla. dent of the State of :Florida, and that How Lost How any honest man or woman on trial, and it DOt
May 6th 1890. Regained
the residence of said defendant is unknown satisfactory I will pay freight both ways USca.h
and $10 a month on a Piano and S10 cash and
f: A. L. Hatch & Son and that said defendant is over ENCE S3 a month on an Organ till paid for-not mach
THE' fOFD
of more than ordinary rent. On these liberal
twenty-one very
years age.
s. DEALERS Drugs Drugs Drugs It is hereby ordered that the said terms FREE CATALOGUE anyone can own containing a instrument.fall information.Send for

Susan Curtis be required to answeror Sheet hush!.Strings,Violins Banjos. Guitars A*
DRY GOODS NOTIONS demur to the bill in said cause on or cordeonsf and in fact every 3lnsicalInatrament
n that is made and at .
,: A Fine Assortment of before the second day of June, A. D. Catalogues. I verylowprlces.have 20.000 piece Bend of for Chafe complete

I'' Hardware DRUGS, 1890, or the same will be taken as confessed KNOWTHYSELE Music at 10 eents:per copy.
Crockery"Saddlery, and this be ordered publishedonce A. B.
Campbell
Jacksonville, Fla. 5
MEDICINES .
Stationery
Family Medi- a week for four weeks in The Flor- THE SCIENCE OF LIFE
cines Garden Seeds SYRINGES A Scientific and Standard Popular: Medical Treatise
: ida Star published in said
a newspaper AOEST3
on the Errors of Yonthl'reiu Lure Decline,Nenroos WANTED and finest fabrics -
CHOICE GROCERIES, STATIONERY FANCY & TOILET county. Witness A. A. Stewart, Clerkof and Physical Debility, Impurities of the Blood. TO SELL Pn-'t.ESs NO without pieta.CLOTILES.LUTES .
ARTICLESKept said County, and the seal of said ; Clothes do not
Hay, Corn, Mapes Fertilizers. hand. Court at the Court-House, Titusville, no more clothes | freeze to it and
CITY POINT FLORIDA. Physicians'constantly Prescriptions on carefully Florida: this 25th day of April 1890.L. -- pins needed. It P INSiest I cannot blow oft

compounded at all hours. [ S.] A. A. STEWART, holds too heave It is a perfect
I I Clerk of Said Court.D. winter line. Sample line sent by mail for

C''IJ S!J LJE I _ng, 1 e\ & .C'JACKSONVILLE J. B. SCREVEN, Druggist, L. Gaulden, Complainant's Solicitor. Resulting from Folly, Vice,Ignorance,Excesses or 50c., also 50ft. line by mail 8t.25 prepaid.
= TFFTSVILLE, FLA. 2 5t Overtaxation Enervjulny an 1 unfitting the victim For circnlarsdricelist. terms, address the
,
for Work BiuincM >
,the famed or Social Relation. PINLESS CLOTHES
FLA. -- Avoid uiukiUfnl pret derJ. Possess this great LINE CO.
,
work. It contains 3JOpaces,royal 8vo. Beautiful 17 Ilermon Su, Worcester, Mara.
Crockery Glassware Schooner MANATEE binding,emboesed,faff gilt. Price only $Loo by
C. THardware. :EECTOB.
j I mid postpaid concealed hi plain wrapper. Cliu-
tratire Prospectus Pr.,if you apply now. The MADE WITH BOILING WATER.
House-Furnishing, J. W. ZELLEKS, Master. distinguished author Wm. H. Parker, M. D.. received
j, and the GOLD AND JEWELLED MEDAL
Lamps: Oilt.$ Vapor Stores, | This 28-ton Yacht can be charteredfor from. the NadoaallUecl1eal AaMcUtiea for Epps'sGRATEFULCOMFOR .
all points up and down the river on this PRIZE ESSAY oa NERVOUS and
Gate-City .Stone General Produce PHYSICAL DEBILITYJr.Parier a corpsof
Fzllc'lWe \ the coast, or to the Bahamas. Assistant Physicians may be consulted coax: 'ING.
i solicit. j.'be'patronage of Commodious, safe and good accommo- dentially, by mall or in person at the oflce of '
TIlE PEABODY
our neighbour MERCHANT. dations. Further particulars address- Ne.4 Balflnch$&.,MEDICAL Boston MUM.INSTITUTE,to whom all, Coo O' a
orders for book orktteri for advice
EAST atould be
Melbourne. Florida TITUSVILLE,.FLA. directed.above. MADE WITH
BOILING WATER.n
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; ?!. Acker's English Pills
.D -ram': '
f' Are active, effective and pure. For sick TB.OPZOAL TRUN$ LJNE. "The Gladstone'7li THEBESfSpRItfG

AA headache, disordered stomach, loss of JACKSONVILLE, TAMPA & KEY WEST SYSTEM. _

J appetite,bad complexion and biliousness, SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MARCH 27 1890-CENtRAL JL LAMP MEDICINE
STANDARD
TIME
; they have never been equaled, either in Going South Read Down. the finest lamp, la the world.It .
.
STATIONS. Going North Read p\e* pare soft*brllll*
r' America or abroad. For sale by Dixon a ._ rp. ant trhfie lisntoi JJ5 cutdlapower.
I. .. .Pilfer
j druggists. and brighter IriTfteWORLD IsAS
Gray
& 500pm -
125pm lOam Leave Jacksonville than gas light than
Arrive 900am 1159am -
a ; 6 20 550pm
'I OOam
3 W 950 Arrive electric light-more E
1 8 20I 53 .. St. Augustine Leave 7 30 10 45 410 6 25 cheerful than either.
Our Very Best People i626 Palatka "' 8 to 505 T= A. marvclout hg\tfron
Ormond :7 18 ordinary lamp oil f
16 45 U t-
Confirm our statementwhen we say that Daytona' 17 00 SeeingisBelievin.
Acker's English Remedy in i I e r A '" onderfullamp'ilIt
: Dr. is every 4 OOpm H Ope 8 30am'Leave JacbonvfIe 40pm Is Indeed. Never
Arrive 6 30am 12
'. way superior to any and all other prepa- 5 .a5 139 939 Arrive Green Cove Spring Leave 52' 11 39am -5pm 5 40 :'needs trimming'breakschimneysnever"smella never

',} rations for the Throat and Lungs. In 715 8493 235 39 11 1035"45" Palatka .". 425 10 45 4.a5 smokes nor A SPRING
Cough and Seville 3 05 636 or the oil," no flicker-
Whooping Croup, it is magic 1030 435 U .. 334 MEplcmr.TOCUREANbTQNE
iag.no climbing of theflamenoaunopaneeof
and relieves at once. We offer you a 10':0 426 12 488am Orange City Junction 149 8 S 10.8 226 220 $ 1
1110 500 120pm .. r any kind. and can
sample bottle free. Remember this :anford 115 760 165 *
not explode. And
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4 57 UP THE GENERAL
Remedy is sold on a positive guarantee. 6 60 Enterprise 74'I E. besides it gives a d<<...
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Sold by Dixon & Gray, druggists.Do 1015am 1000 6 OS / 313 Titusville Orlando I 1140 I 5 631 15 I 1155 I whltelighl,10to20tImes Uze it brilliancy AILMENTS OFTHE5YSTEAUTAKE
'l 00"' Tampa 7:0 I 8 20 of atty ordinary AowelamplFintshedineit .erBraga
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Any Longer. .t. -a MckeU Gold or
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Antique
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Knowing that a cough can be checked 12 140 Oiam 2 3 45pm 29 11 10 is 5am,Leave Palatka Arrive 1040am 410pm I 1240pm The Gladstone Extension Study Lampfor

in a day, and the first stages of con- 315 40t 1211pm!Arrive" lnterl&cben lIawthorno Leave" 9 918 55 329 261 11 tla Clergymen. Editors, Students, Teachers,

sumption broken in a week, we hereby 4n 430 1235" 1 Rochelle 855 2:0: 1000 905 Professors, Lawyers, Physicians and other
5 20 7 00 110" ,. professional men.
,guarantee Dr. Acker's English Cough 53b 117 .. Gainesv1l1e 740 145 7 40
The Gladstone .
Orange Lake 1 4i 149 Banquet Lamps.The
Remedy and will refund the 630 2 J3" .
money to Ocala 4 100 12115 Gladstone Piano Lamps.
all who buy take it directions IS 05 f. 0'1" Leesburg 5 30 10 SHam
as per
930 585 Send for price list. Single lamps at wholesale 0
Pemberton 0
and do not find our statement correct. 1010 635" Brooksville 935 price,boxed and sent safely by express.
Sold by Dixon & Gray, druggists.The 9 05 5 35" Eusti .. 12 55pm 910 835 gr-Get our prices. "See'inflJeliet.ing.. '
915 1'avarO'a 11 3f am 8 J 55 GLADSTONE LAMP CO.,

First Symptoms of Death. Daily; t Dally except Sunday. Trains 71 Park Place, Kew T>rk.OFFl .
leaving Jacksonville 80 m. and Palatka 4:20
a.
daily between Jacksonville and p. m. are ------- -
Palatka
Tired fceling dull headache, pains in
various parts pf the body, sinking at the for CONNECTIONS CIty, New: At Jacksonville with diversing lines north east and west At Orange City Junction
Smyrna and Lake
Helen At .
fordhrifh Jupiter with J k L. W. Ry for Lake Worth At San
pit of the stomach, loss of appetite, fever- Ida o. B. Ry for M rkladJl8rp0n $priI.lg, Clearwater and Gulf Coast points and with South Flor-
ishness, pimples or sores, are all positive Mobile Ity for Winter Manatee Park, ?/aitland' etcAt Tampa with Plant Steamship Line for Key West, Havana and ,
Mlm erPiDt8 At Punta Gorda wIth steamers for Keyest Havana Physician endorse P.p.r.f iplendld eombloatlm.
Punta
evidence of poisoned blood. No matter Rasa, City and and prescribe It with for the cares of
Myers Pullman Palace
Buffet Sleeping cars on through fast mall train .
between nil forms sal atse. oT Prlni rr Secondary and T nlpv
how it became poisoned it must be purified daily New York and Tampa without change. For information call ou or address

to avoid death. Dr. Acker's Eng- D. F. JACK, General Manager. G. D. ACKERLY, Gen'l Passenger Agt.JACKSOVILLE p. e*
lish Blood Elixir has never failed to remove -

Sold under scrofulous positive_ or guarantee.syphilitic poisons.Sold by FLORIDA.IMFLORIDA. THE INTERNATIONAL TYPEWRITER\ 6 F U La

Dixon & Gray druggists.That .

MALLORY'S NEW LINES. "T TphUa,Syphilitic Rheumatism,Scrofulous Clean
Terrible CoughIn And Sore.Glandular Swellings, Rheumatism.Malaria,
old Chronic Ukwi that have resisted all treatment
.
the morning, hurried or difficult -

breathing, raising phlegm, tightness in .

the chest, quickened pulse, chilliness in New York, Philadelphia, Boston & Florida. = S- .' ,
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j the evening or sweats at night, all or any t a i7inly O .
of these things are the first stages of Sailing from ) FERNANDIXA, Fla., Every THURSDAY e e

consumption. Dr. Acker's English } NEW YORK, Every FRIDAY at 3 p. ?ll.
w- Catarrh,Sam UiMaaet Enema Chronic tcmal Com
Cough Remedy will cure these fearful IRON STEAMERS plaints.Mercurial Potion,Tetter. ScaldhMd.see..tM.PP. ._
.P.\s a powerful tom ands as emllent ap nf
Eymptoms, and is sold under a positive

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

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NEAT AND PROMPT. i __ State Texas: A strictly firi"t-'lass machine, f 11 -'ed and
Call|WilJiams. made from very bent materials, bj 'rkmen
and with best tools ever devised t }arpose
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4 a, City of: San Antonio Warrrnted to do all that can be rear xpected Rerbuilding: upthesystem vapidly,
of the very best typewriter -xtjnt. Capable of writing Ladies whose system are poUoiMd and whoM Wood
Is In an Impor*condition due to visoerraal trr,gnl>HP -
Capt. Wilder. 1")0 words per minute or more vordmg to the
ability of the operator PRICE $100.
-iFOli Address, PARISH :MFG (;0.,
Passengers from Titusville, Indian River, and East Coast poi ts. arriving Jacksonville from J.. T. Agents wanted.- PARISH, N Y P. CA
&:: K. W. Uail ay, wake connection with morning and afternoon trains for Fernandina aud Steamers as --' ---- ------.-----

! advertised Passengers arriving Wednesday and Thursday evenings will be cared for at Fernandina. ltADiES fAVQR1TFJM L A R I 1
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JOB PRINTING Friday, May L,.........................KIO GRANDE,....................Thursd y, 8 Root blood and cleansing Pot i properties lnmP Prickly

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J. M. CUTLER Gen. Pass Agent, 77 West Bay street, Jacksonville, Fla. A
G. M. HUBBY, Agent foot of Centre street, Icrnandiua, Fla. .
'f, .. Or to H B. HERSEY, Indian Rtver Ticket Agent, Titusville, Fla.,
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. .." -SUCH AS- WOODWORK AtBeiiMflltS WHOLESALE. DHUOQISTS.
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'j : STATEMENTS, New York to Jacksonville. Jacksonville to New York. has come ,n er n:eyesight: since 1 have discarded 1 Days' Test Trial in
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Friday, April 25, at 3 p m ......CHEROKEE,......Thursday, May 1, at 2 p n; All Secretary titled at the stationers'Ding Store Iii>of id of Trade. 4. .

Monday, April 28, at 3 p m..... YEMASSEE, ......Sunday, May 4, at 4 an.ednesdav. ;I 25 DIXON k GRAY IITUSVILLE, FLA
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X Friday, 23: at 3 p m ......SEMINOLE'huilsday, 29, at 12 noonp style pric:or Quality Ours the risk only
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For Information Regarding Freight and Passage, apply to
Supplied by us since 187000 this: TEST TRIAL
*- J. A. LESLIE, Supt., Jacksonville; T. G. EGKR: Traffic tanager 5 Bowling Green, New York; P .'N. first introduced m the South by u.. Fair-
Maw __ .- cat method of sale possible,and a benefit
JOHN L. HOWARD F. F. A., Jacksonville. F. M. IRONMONGER, F. P. A., Jacksonville. -- A. f m.s r A great to
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s those at A distance pho cannot visit our ware-rooms
? PRO Gn..uIl'tIES, W1\I.I-. CLYDE Jt CO. General Agents, 12 South "U lianea, l'bllaclelllhIa ; E. How '
line Green, New York. ALL RISK SAVEDBy

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s 1' ,, Egyptian Queen, Ripley, Black & White Antigua & other fancy Pine Slips & Suckers. c his trial plan,and purchasers absolutely assured
perfect instruments at -wer.lowut
: : STREAMERS, Xunan's Improved and Ilof man's Seedling, $4.00 per 1000. Order early. Y possible cost. Selling only the beat Instruments -
Several Brands of FERTILIZERS specially adapted to our soil and climate. PAIN.UPPMAN made that wit stan-J the most severe and
compxhiMvetetswed ( nd them
">n't cu to* out
. 4 } /: 4; INDIAN RIVER BRAND, manufactured by an old firm, the Davidge Fertilizer Co. BRQXDWSftrWS SAVANNAH c> on trial and let them stand solely on their merits.
; J" Send for Circular. Also Bone Meal, Cotton Seed Meal), etc., and :\1 apes' and Ail we .sk is the privilege of shipping on ap
r.: -- proval. No suit, no Our frenhu if fad
DODGERS p-y. we
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: ; David e's Fertilizers. A full line of Ornamental Fruit catalogue.
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@/ 'J ":' ;< JOHN B. BEACH, Indian Hirer Nurseries, Melbourne, Ha.FINE i HOW S YOUR FENCE ? EASY TO BUYFrom

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0 o-1 We have the CHEAPEST and Best by correspondence. Ko matter whether
1 BUSINESS CARDS, N WOVEN WIRE FENCING you live either ten or a thousand miles from .s.
SHOW OASES \\e hip to all Southern State. Ocr system ispc'fv.t
,Wire Rope Selvage. :: Price in plain print and alike to all.
fi One price only. No more, no less Large
CARDS -.& Lov.nsEe.. .- w Dscounts from makers prices. All competition
WEDDING r. met. Complete outfits free. AH freight
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= Also Wall and Prescription cases, Cedar paid EasV'illstaUmca.ts. Every inducement that
Chests, Barber Furniture,Jewelry Trays 0a any fair dealing house can offer.

VISITING CARDS, and Stoots. CabInet Work of all kinds. Complete Outfits for Stores and Write for Valuable Information.
free. Address ATLANTA SHOW CASE CO., Atlanta,; Ga.
Catalogue
'I Banks. Catalogues, Circulars, SpecialFall

,. .. Olers-1889. Copy of new

.. :;. .- A. M. Hamilton & Co., PIONEER COOPERAGESyrup Paper Sharps and Flats":" '
ALL FREE. Address '
50I1tGB :3 mGK Ar 60 CUTS FEE ROD.
Barrels $2.25. Lawn. Garden.Poultry and Stock Fencing,all
TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA, Ues and veldt he.Gates tomatch.l'ricealow.told

SEND YOUR ORDERS Wholesale Dealers In Gauged to order. ten cents extra. ydealp"FIRbt:1K!.8.-All-titHl AcJlrLLKS wile LAWN 1f1&K Paid...id FdfE CEMCTJuUV Send fO.., for cuica'o,11i.circulars.Feces N IfDDEN & BATES,


Indian River Oysters Wheelwrighting and Repairing.C. NOTICEI SOUTHERN MUSIC HOUSE,

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-TO THF.FLORIDA-' ; hereby given that six months after SAVANNAH, CA. aMYSON
Honey barrels and Oval Water Breakers the first publication of this notice I will

FISH from 82.00 up. present my final accounts and apply to

the County Judge of Dade County for ,
: I Tanksand final discharge as administrator. of .
my
I- STAEf Green Turtle and Game. all kinds of COOPER WORK[ to order.T. the estate of August Hars, late of Dade.. ',"Deal with the men who'advertise. Yonwill i

'. County, Florida, deceased.\ never lose b7.it: Bm. FaAmcux.V .
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's Win reeeiV prompt and careful attention JOHNSON, HEISRICH HARS.Administrator.., ; 49-Write L. &R S. M.H.about it. -u

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: 8 THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, MAY 15, 1890.

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F MELBOURNE MENTION.. .COUNTY' .. COURT. ." THE PEOPLES CASH BAZAAR

Full List of the Cases Disposed of at this ROYAL

NEWS OF THE PAST WEEK IN THAT Term. SELLING OUTFor

VICINITY ,,,,x/11 t.MIN
Court adjourned
k' County yesterday I1L WMY

:Placed In Pointed Paragraph for the Read afternoon and we don't doubt that his

rO. Perusal.. honor, Judge Jones, felt relieved over Less Money than any other

Beautiful weather again. its adjournment. There were sixteen House in town, and reinvesting -

Orange trees are putting on a vigor- cases handled, of which number, five
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ras growth since the showers. were nol prossed, one quashed, one con- i1: : the Money in every.

The present sneezing epidemic is almost victed, three plead guilty, and six were thing that our Customers -
continued. In the dismissed and nol
equal to La Grippe; the symptoms

1 are much like it. prossed cases the several defendants 4ffiGPOWDER Want,

r Dr. Fee's orange trees that have had paid the costs, with the exception of

< the benefit of artesian water are a sight Wm. Jarvis. .A..T P Al'TIC PR.JCES.: :

fruit. Jas. Thomas colored plead guilty of FOR THE NEXT
i to behold so full are they of young ,

Dr. Fee returned on Sunday morning aggravated assault, fined $1,00 and costs. TBJlR.:: : : TYDA-yeS

from Jupiter where he was called to Louis Brown, colored, larceny, plead Absolutely Pure.A .
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attend Mr. Mitchell of the U. S. Signal guilty, 23 days hard labor in County cream of tartar baking powder. Highest WE WILL OFFER RARE BARGAINS.J. .

r service at that point jail. Herman Fisher plead guilty; of of all in leavening strength.-U. S. P. TTJ3El.a >E3HL cfc 00.I .
Government Report, Aug. 17, 1889.
ill with simple assault, fined $1,00 and costs. I
Y Bliss Grace Ely is seriously
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GEORGE BOBBINS
M. WALTER 8. GRAHAM I
Two cases against Wm. Jarvis for selling ,
r. a complication of nervous disorders, aggravated T. D. GIBBENS, Atty.-at-Law. Atty.-at-Law.
liquor, were nol prossed, and a third
( and supplemented by congest ROBBINS: : cfc cn=*. A.T=r.A.ivr -
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case for selling without license, contin- .
ion of the lungs. MANUFACTURERS' AGENT
REAL ESTATE DEALERS ,
ued. Cases against J. B. Crabb and F. ,
: Mr. R. H. Weed, who has for a year ALL KINDS OF PROPERTY -,'
A. Losley, for sellin! without license, JACKSONVILLE FLA. KOUUIIT, SOLD & EXCHANGED.
p' past taken charge of Mr. Hector's St. continued. Case of Geo. Denham, col- Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Co. t-
Kilda plantation departed suddenly for ored, selling liquor, continued. Cases Carries in Stock and Sells at Manufac ,
the North on Sunday, May 4th.i against Milton Grover and Giles English, turers' Prices, P. O. Box, 25O, \
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i carrying concealed weapons, quashedand TITUSVILLE BREVARD
Shipments of pines begin to be quite nol prossed. W. H. Maxwell, Lard Canned' Meats Flour CO., FLORIDA.Ve : \
heavy from the lower river and lots of colored assault and battery, continued. Buy and Sell all kinds of Real Estate and are sole Agents for a large list o f
David Williams, aggravated assault con- carefully-selected Properties m all parts of Brevard County. '
trip. '
crate stuff is going down every tinued. Sherman Jackson, aggravated GRITS AND MEAL. RELIABLE Information furnished as to character, location and value of any Property -

t The White was loaded to the guards on assault, verdict guilty, fined 30 days Correspondence Solicited.Brevard on Indian River. .
t" Friday's trip. hard labor in County jail. Cal. Gorman, Our facilities for the transaction of a general Real Estate business are unequalled,
t line" far colored,.assault and battery, nol prossed. and every effort will be made to give perfect satisfaction to intending Purchasers who f p
W. Goode is "high so
Mr. R. Co. may favor us with their patronage. .
i in this vicinity, for the season, having JANUARY WEATHERIn No Properties listed unless the Title is Perfect. .
caught from the Goode House dock, California and Florida Compared.In Special attention given to Colonies and Syndicates desiring large bodies of lore
r. priced lands. Write for Descriptive Pamphlet
last week, a channel bass weighing the following table the first column STATE BANK

thirty-six and one-half pounds, one contains the summary for the month of GEORGE M. BOBBINS, President. WALTER S. GI :\IIAI. Secretary. a
Powell's big fish. January, 1890, as taken by the Signal
t pound more than Mr. Service observer at Riverside: in Southern COCOA, FLORIDA.INCORPORATED Brcv-ard. Abs"trac1 of Title: Co.,

Dr. A. E. Lyman and family, who California. The second column that Incorporated A. D. 1889.
down the river with Commodore of our Island Home in Brevard County, 1889.
went CAPITAL STOCK $:iOOO FULLY PAID
; ; XOX-ASSESSABLE. r
returned Florida, from observations taken for the CAPITAL:
on
Bergin over a week ago, Signal Corps of the U. S. Army. Subscribed, 82=>,000; Authorized, Charges for Abstracts as follows: $3.00 for Opening Number and 50c for each ad- '
Thursday, having had a very pleasant Riverside. I.Home :$100,000.ACCOUNTS dditional Transfer. For continuing an Abstract the charges are the same, viz., $3.00
mosquitoes or sandflies, for the first additional and 50c. for each transfer.
trip, finding no Highest barometer.............30.17 30.39 SOLICITED succeeding
except one night in Blue Hole cut, and Lowest .............29.79 30.21 Taxes Paid for Ron-Residents. '

those they escaped by sailing all night. Mean .............30.00 30.29 Money to Loan at Lowest Rates For a Small Fee we will relieve non-resident land owners of the worry andannoyance
The 'sudden change from our usual Highest temperature.......... 66.5 81.0 DIRECTORS incident to the Payment of Taxes, and Insure them against loss:: by Tax
weather to cool north wind, Lowest ..........26.0 56.5 : Sale. 12GARD
beautiful a
Mean ..........43.1 66.8 ALBERT TAYLOR, President. 25O
caused more sneezing and more colds Total rainfall in inches....... 4.28 0.56 JAMES HOLMES, Vice-President.
than all the rest of the winter and spring No. of days on which it R. B. HOLMES, Cashier.J. ERille&0SON I ICall
and almost for- M. Sanders. J. F. Wooten.
together, developing old rained......... .................. 9 6 i\
rotten complaints. Stiff necks and red No. of cloudy days............. 8 2 ;
eyes are common. Mrs. R. W. and "' fair ............. 5 '7 INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK. Your Attention to their Fine, NEW

Miss Annie Goode are confined to their clear ............. 18 22 _
asthma.t Average cloudiness scale 1-10 3.5 2.1 STOC OF GrOODS
:rooms with Titusville, Florida. ,
The marked contrast between the
The first Porto Rico pineapple of the weather in the two regions is the temper. Incorporated under Laws State of Florida. Consisting of Dry Goods, Notions, Tailor-Made Clothingfrom the largest
season that we have seen, was noticedat ature. Their average temperature was and most Celebrated :Manufacturers in New York. An Elegantand
Capt. Hector's store last week. It 13 decrees! colder than our coldest morn- Authorized Capital, $100,000, Complete Line of Men's Furnishings. A Complete ..

.came from his St. Kilda plantation. ing, while our average was 23 degrees Paid-up Capital, 25000.
higher than theirs. Assortment of Men's Ladies & Children's Shoes
1 The extremely dry weather had reducedits A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRAN- ,
f Their lowest temperature for the monthwas SACTED.
size, though it was a beautiful specimen the same as ours in the big freeze of JAMES PKITCIIARD. President, From the finest to good knockabout every-day goods, made by the best and most
; : perfect in shape, weighing 71 Ibs. 1886, which is 3Q degrees lower than ours W. B. BARNETT, Vice-President, celebrated factories in this country.
f i A year ago Mr. Hector had pines of this i for January, 1890. WM. M. BROWN, Cashier.
.4.1so: a lino: : of Trunks: Scttolaols
; variety weighing 101 and lOt Ibs. I Their minimum temperature was 27 ,
Directors
: James Pritchard. B. Bar-
Mrs.Campbell,Miss Allenand Messrs. degrees or below for 5 days, 30 or below EStc., ESto.
: nett, J. II. Durkee, W. S. Graham, and
Allan'and Charles Campbell started last for 9 days, and 32 or below for 16 days. '\. :M. Brown. You are cordially invited to Call at our Store in the new Bank Building and
Ice 16 days in 31 is sort o' frigid for Inspect these Goods.Groceries .
f Thursday afternoon for Eau Gallic inr "a land of perpetual spring"and an abso- Every favor consistent with Conservative
their yacht Psyche. The strong N. E. lute cloudiness of 35 for the
per cent ::1!;. L. JBR.AD-ye
wind caused a heavy sea that thoroughly month gives a gloomy aspect to a "landof Banlini extend, .

f dampened the party. After visiting Mr perpetual sunshine." Correspondents : Seaboard Nat'l Bank,of Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer
and Mrs. J. 0. Walton's, GovernorS Our lowest temperature for the, New York; Nat'l Bank of Jacksonville. ,

S Oleason's and other places, they made a .month was temperature 56, while was at Riverside above 56 theirhighest on .I call the attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of Staple and

quick run home before the wind. Miss only 12 days and below 50 on 5 days.In JACKSONVILLE MARBLE GO, Fancy .

C Allen stayed over with Mr. and Mrs. ;' addition to the above here are simi- :Dealers inMonuments Groceries, Fruit and Food ProductsOf
Walton until the following day. lar items for Los Angelos in Southern .
California and for Titusville in Brevard all kinds. Also my Stock of

j: Mr. S. F. Gibbs has been shipping, County, Florida. These are both 'regu- Headstone, Grain Bran Cotton Seed
Hay Meal] Ground
Food
p. some fine Irish potatoes from his home lar' Signal Service Stations. This datais & Wheat.

place. We were kindly remembered in taken from the ''Monthly WeatherReview" m rt3 Iron Fencing, I am the only I House on Indian River dealing exclusively in the above Line of

t the vegetable line having received some for January, 1890. Z W Lawn Furniture Goods. I buy close, and will sell close. I invite your correspondence and solicit

; "VerI.fin'e Irish potatoes, new beets, and Los Titus- i Marble, your patronage. Very truly,

?S excellent celery and cabbage also from Mean barometer............Angeles.....30.13 ville.30.30 =::s :Q::! Granite, Slate, ___ ____ E. L. BRA.DTT.

Mr. Gibbs' garden; with strawberries, Highest temperature........... 67.0 82.0 d. p Onyx. i
r -nap beans, tomatoes and onions in addition Lowest ..........34.0 48.0 GOLDSMITH BROS.
Mean ........... 49.166.4 m Building Stone,
beside abundance of ,,' well
t an pine- Total rainfall for the month.. 7.83 0.34: .!:: Wire Fencing, care fairly acquainted with the wants of our neighbors and having
apples, neighbor Gibbs could manage to No. of days with rainfall..... 9 5 3 Slate Mantels, enjoyed a good patronage from the beginning: we solicit the gOOd will of our

live quite comfortably as a vegetarian.Mr. No. of clear days................ 10 20 Iron Mantels. friends in continuance of the same. We shall always keep a full Stock of

.Van R. Lockwood, we hear, has No. of fair days................. 13 7 Orates. Dry Goods Clothing Hats Notions Etc.
gone on a big hunt, expecting to ex No. of cloudy days.............. 8 4 ,

plore the Everglades or head waters of Average cloudiness scale 1-10 4.3 1.8 ..... AITr1'I I :::! And, especially invite our friends to look at our Bargains in this line. We
From the above it will be that ... >- 1..1 have in Stock a particular line of UNDERWEAR
seen )oo ).o now for Ladies which is
Sebastian river north fork.. S. T. ... ,.. ,
r Lipscombe's i 1 I '
Los Angelos had less sunshine than Riverside .. .... >-< OOC J. I worth Seeing and Buying. .
t. team of mules was impressed to Los Angelos having 57 per cent ... ) < OOC J. I I -. I We only deal in ,

-< _.... I I J: >-.,c :1 IHMjrsrt-Olztsjs: : Goods,

r starting point. A lot of smokeless pow- Florida than station had 82 per of cent.the United This is .. ....>-< >-4M., I I J I.1.1 1:1: ...... ',,;JIoo Bought in first-class manner, and guarantee price as well as quality.
higher' any part "J4 .
der was taken so as not to frighten the States outside of Florida. F- :;>- GOLDSMITH BROS., TITUSVILLE, FLA.
'gators too badly have the smokeof _._._
or Island Home. Merritts Island. And all kinds Tiling, Hearths Wire Mats and ---
r. the discharges interfere with the May 8th, 1890. JAS. H. WHITE. in Stone fact anything made of Wire, Iron,or any kind ot FOR SALE A. FROSOHEE,

F" view of the numerous deer, bear and Send for Catalogue at the name time. stating the TITDSYILLE
Report of the Condition style of goods you are in need of as.we hue different FLORIDA.
1 other small game they expect to kill. Catalogues in the different branches of our Keeps a full supply of metallic and wooden
OF THE INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK AT business 25 The Grove
k Last week Mr. S. R. Alexander, of Bagger
West Hoboken, N. J., left for a tour to TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA, AT THE CLOSEOF 25; Laura Street, Jacksonville, Fla. Coffins, Cases and Caskets.

[ ,Kissimmee and the Gulf Coast. Mr. BUSINESS MAY 1, 1890.KEbOUIiCIX Merritt's Island, Indian River, Funerals attended if de ired. All orders
: Alexander has been a truest at the and
at reasonable rates.
1- Carleton since early last Fall and will : HODGSON BROS Adjoining Dr. Wittfeld's on the South. Embalming done.

return here before starting north. Withhis Loans Overdrafts and secured discounts and unsecured- - $54,758.91 3M.,Hi Consists of 400 Orange Trees, mostly

t: father he is heavily engaged in the Banking Douse,furniture and fixtures 6.ot.til! in bearing, besides Lime, Guavas and ST. LUOIE HOUSE
manufacture of plumes and prepared Other real estate and mortgages ow ned 1,426.74 Bananas, and about 8 Acres of uncleared ,
I ,. birds for ornamentation of ladies hats Current Due from expenses reserve and agents taxes- paid. -. 54,90 1,1'02:111 U' General Merchants Land. Opposite Indian River Inlet
.etc. Mr. A. has secured many birds Due from other banks. .. .. 227,98 Beautiful situation, overlooking the In- ST. LUCIE FLORIDA.
Cash on baud - U,9":3.87 ,
here this winter personally, and has dian and Banana River.
bought largel of heron and For terms and other address
caret: Total------------ $13493.SO: particulars Unrivalled Hunting, Fishing -
plumes. lIe has paid out for the same LIABILITIES. -
between two and three thousand dollars, Eau Gallie Florida. Dr. Wittfeld, Georgiana, Fla.; Boating, Etc.
Capital stock paid in : $25,000
and expects to make it over three thou- Undivided pnflis 3.395.16Total Or, F. H. GOULD, 15 Roseville ave., First-Class Accommodations. Opened -
sand dollars before leaving. lie is very Individual deposit subject to check -' 10j.939.5S from January lat to Mar 31st.
successful with birds also and Demand certificates t>f .iei'osit 1.36106 Newark N. J. .
game JAMES PAINE, Proprietor.
claims to have caught the biggest bass INDIAN RIVER. .
$134,598.80 MORTON
yet recorded that is, if the tackle had GEORGE ,
; I.Wm. M. Brown cashier of the above named ISTAUMAISPSNEWSPAPER
only held he would have gotten it, and bank do solemnly wear tnat the above statementIs Civil &
judging by the strength of the line, and true to the best of my knowledge and b.lif f.WJI. Engineer Notary Public,
SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY
the force with which he pulled, Mr. A. and sworn to:M.before BROWN me this CASHIEB.8nbcribd 2nd day. Steam or Sail Boats for Charter by the MORTOMIURST, HEATH, FLA.
thinks if he had secured him, he would of May,1890. OEO M.BOBBINS Surveying and Leveling, Architectural THE PIONEER AGENCY.
have weighed just fifty-two and one-half .orrect-.At JAMES,t: PRITCHARD.Notary Public, Drawing, Township Section Maps. For terms and sample copies fcddreasCHA8.HtNAUaANf
pounds; like Air. Ten Eyck's bear however WALTERS ORAHAM )J Directors.W. Day Week or Routh.A Deeds, )Mortgages etc. Blanks constantly :
it failed to materialize. B.BARXETT, on hand.
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