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Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: May 22, 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
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
notis - AKR0018
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System ID: UF00075901:00204
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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TITUSVILLE, FLA., THURSDAY MAY 22 1890. NO. r.z .

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z", LOCAL LACONICS. -Don't Henry Titus'forget boot the and greatshoe shoe store.slaughterat -Rev. J. N. Jones has been quite ill -The rainfall last Thursday afternoonand EQUALIZATION OF VALUES-

for about a week, but is now improvingin up to midnight aggregated about

t,. THE HAPPENINGS 'ROUND ABOUT US. -Go to Henry Titus for your shoes. hea1th."anted. three and a half inches, according to the May 19th, 1890.
He is selling out. Now is your chanceto -" a white Signal Service office. Editor Florida Star:
respectable girl ( or
Current Events of Our Town and Suburbs get a good bargain for a little money. coloreds) as help. References required. I -Rev. A. D. Cohen will preach in the Now that the dull season is upon us,

..I: Briefly Epltamlzed.s. -Yee Lee has rented the building on Mrs. Ord City Point. Court House next Sunday at 11 a. m. it is a good time to discuss county maters -

. ,j .' -Next Monday is Whit-Monday.: Washington avenue formerly used as a -Captain T. W. Lund has recovered and 7 30 p. m. Communion service will t and the "equalization of values"for
market by W. C. Branninp and will from be held at the morning service. purposes of taxation directly concerns
sufficiently his recent illness
; k The STAR can be found at Dr.&reven's open up his laundry in few as to
a days.A :: every tax-payer. It is reasonable to
; t be able to travel about some. Sunday -Mr. Joe Gruber's son, Allie, who assume
news stand, Titusville; at E. C.Johnson's sale was made last week transfer. he in bitten the hand that we have not reached "correla-
was
was town visiting his old friend, on by a rat in :Mr.:
Cocoa, every week.Money I. ing the store and lot now occupied by Capt. Joe Smith. I l Rumph's store, about two months ago, is tive equality," but the tendency shouldbe

Money Money to Goldsmith Bros from the owner, Mr. -Dame Humor to have quite ill from the effects of it we hear. towards it, while from the very natureof
we are
says a
loan on real estate. Apply to Robbins &\ G. W. Mackenzie, to Mr. M. Goldsmith.The rapid development the danger is that
grand entertainment Masonic Hall, at -Captain Hawley sold his sloop, Mutual ;'.
Graham, Titusville, Fla. location is one of the best in town we drift away from it. Our worthy
I this place, on the 4th of July,comprisinga Life, yesterday morning to :Messrs.J. : .
for Assessor is
business. a man of good financial
i -Captain Harry Shaw arrived here concert, laughable farce and a dance P. Turner and Geo. M. Robbins for abilityand
j with the yacht Corinne Sunday Messrs. F. Villeret, H. Titus and afterwards.Mrs. one hundred dollars. The purchasersget plenty of nerve, and we are not finding -
evening i fault with
him for
from Pepper Haulover House of Refuge. others took a trip to the ocean beach last Rose Dayton and Miss Nellie a cheap boat, and a comfortable one any captious pur
We and
1 ; Sunday pose. supported him now thinkhe
going by way of the Haulover, for cruising.Mr. .
Simrell
who left here
-Mr. Jas. Mitchell has on Tuesday week'strain is as good as man for the
gone; down the and returned with several large'bass and any place,
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departed on the steamer Yemassee CharlesHoward started Saturday
river to work on the dredge which is 145 turtle The but the work of raising assessments is
eggs. eggs were out of from Jacksonville for New York Thursday morning for New York where he has ac- onehich
now operating near Jupiter. It meets with so much oppositionfrom
is expected one nest they discovered! on the beach.
last, on their way home. cepted a position as reporter on the
the interested parties that he
dredge will have the channel I or any
Horse-flies have been very plentifulthe Tribune, on which journal his brothernow
opened in I Mr. other man in like position should be
up again about a week.J. few Simpson owner of the steamer
past days. A dog came into our holds the responsible position of
Margarita which encouraged in this work of common
runs between New
A. Durst, of Crescent City, the office the other afternoon and managedto night editor. We wish him success.
justice. Indeed public sentiment
Smyrna and Daytona, has to Savan- among
pioneer well-sinker of the State of Florida eat a few hundreds. Since then Frank gone
nah to purchase a steamer to place on -Judge J. D. Broome and State-At tax-payers should inquire into and de-
,is now operatingat Lake Worth Watson has not seen his dog. Did the
Fla.
the route between Ormond and Titus torney Beggs spent Sunday in town. mand of him, and of every man who may
where all communications may be ad eating of so many flies cause the dog to"dash" ville. They left on the steamer St. Lucie Monday succeed him in this responsible office a
dressed and information off?
received. morning, on their way to attends close scrutiny from personal knowledgeand

I -M. B. Bunnell, brick-layer and -Rev. B. F. Brown, Episcopal clergyman -Governor Fleming has appointed a court at the county seat of Dade-Juno. an assessment of valuation for each ,

J plasterer, is prepared to take contracts arrived here from Maitland, Fla., the three fish commissioners, providedfor From the exaggerated reports of the millions year, independent of former estimated 'r

; anywhere on Indian River. Addressall last Friday evening, to take charge of by act of the legislature of 1889, of mosquitoes, sand and horse-flies values. We are too apt to leave matters '

communications to Titusville, Florid this district. Being Whit-Sunday next Messrs.. H. Sellars, of Pensacola ; J. some of the recent visitors were trying of this kind to the assessor, leaving him i

29 Sunday, the rev. gentleman will admin H. Smith, of Titusville; and Matthew to make the Judge believe existed in the unsupported, and solely responsible for

ister the rite of Holy Communion at the Mosley, of Ceder Key. Lake Worth region, he must have been the work, when we should aid him as
1 -A squall passed
over Titusville Fri morning service at St. Gabriel's church. -Mr. Decker has been improving the under the impression he was going to well as hold him responsible for inequalities. -

day blowing afternoon at the for a short of time, the wind The steamer St. Lucie started down house he recently bought and removedto have quite a lively time before and after I give my voice in favor of an '

hour. The rainfall rate thirty miles I an the river Monday morning, in command the south side of Indian River Hotel his arrival there. agitation of the question in justice to the-

was about halfan-inch.during that time of Capt. Bravo, to run on the Melbourneand by adding a veranda and kitchen to it, -Mrs. H. B. Hersey must be startinga i people and in friendship to ,the assessor,,

Jupiter route. The recent rains plastering the walls inside, etc., fencingin menagerie. She first started with two and not in complaint. It will give him

-Mr. J. S. Watson has been down the have' raised the water in the lower riverso the land and planting trees in front. very young 'coons, and to watch these an excuse, if he wants one, to correct. b ,

river for the past week conferring withthe that no delay will be experienced on It is also his intention to erect three cute little animals imbibe milk from a inequalities should he find that they

:' .pineapple growers to ship pines iF in account of low water. The White arrived more neat little cottages on the lot at a baby's feeding bottle is extremely amuse exist. Indeed he should be made to feel ,.

refrigerator cars from this place directly Sunday with a lot of pines another d I i future period. He expects to- leave for'fennessee ing. Next upon the scene comes a wild that the work of correcting inequalities ,

north. This was tried with oranges just tropical products, which were sent shortly. cat, about three weeks' old, which livesin where they are found to exist, is a duty
before the shipping season was over, andwas which leaves no alternative, and for
the box with the
off the following morning. I Messrs. C. H. Freyer and A. J. Han- same coons quite
pronounced a success, we believe, by amicably, but whether it will be which he will be held responsible. As
those who tried it. -Colonel and Mrs. Hogan and :MissMary : sell, of Atlanta, Ga., returned from their SQ is well understood by every taxpayer, if
it older
: Schafler, of Canaveral, came over trip to Pelican Island Friday last, looking peacefully disposed as grows we any man or men pay less than his or
-Owing to the illnes of two of our in their schooner Elf, Saturday, for the pretty well sunburnt after theirjourney. are at a loss to say. This week a young their share the burden falls more heavily 4

...'. ministers of the gospel. Rev. Mr. Foy purpose of getting the piping for the Their boat which they workedon bear has been added to this living collection on those who do, and this is a very serious
and Rev. Mr. Jones, there was no serviceat of the "denizens of the forest," matter. Let every citizen have the ,
artesian well, which is driven to a like Trojans, was not the great success fairness to say: "Let justice be done in
either the and shall hear of
Presbyterian Methodist depth of 297 feet, and has a very strop g they anticipated, and she will be sold, ere long we probably a this matter though the heavens fall." If
church Sunday last. Rev. B. F. Brown flow. The Colonel is quite pleased with boiler and all. They have had enough Florida panther being added to Mrs. I am paying less than my share I want
held Episcopal service at Cocoa Sunday, Hersey'.s group of living curiosities at the amount raised, if more in proportionto
the success of his well, which is the firstdriven amusement to last them some time, so
and the Indian River Hotel. the same class of property in the same
. will officiate at St. Gabriel's next at Canaveral. The Elf and party left for home Tuesday morning, saying I locality, I want the amount reduced.

t Sunday the 25th, morning and evenin g. returned to Canaveral Sunday. they would come again next winter. Locals Continued on Supplement. JUSTICE.Z .

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NOTICE. Name. I Description. S. T. R. Acs. Taxes and A Child Killed.

IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED Costs. Another child killed by the use of I

NOTICE will be sold at Public Auction on the (2nd)-Second Day of June, A. D. Unknown lot 10, block.22, Titusville................ 3 2235 $2 45 opiates given in the form of Soothing
and the same being the first Monday in said Unknown lot 11, block 22, Titusville...... ......... 32235 2 45 Syrup. Why mothers give their children -
(1890) Eighteen the Court-House Hundred at Titusville Ninety, in the County of Brevard, in the State of Unknown lot 4 block 25, Titusville.................. 3 22 35 1 02 such deadly ppison is surprisin'' Ii
month, at thereof will be to the amounts due for taxes METitus! Agt HrTtus: lots 6,7,8, 9. 10, block 26, Titusville.. 32235 1 57 when they can relieve the child of its f
much as necessary pay
Florida, or so ......... 32235 2 82 peculiar troubles by using Dr. Ackers t.i
block
METitus HTTitusall
sale and Agt
with the costs of advertising: ,
herein set opposite to the same, together 6,7h 291Titusville ,
METitus, Agt IITTitus lots 4, 5, ) ...:.:... 3 22 35 1 21 Baby Soother. It contains no opium or
: -0 0.... W C Branning lot 15, Bobbins & Graham's addition morphine. Sold by Dixon G ray,dru'f:
I.: e( I1J. acs.. y to Titusville.........................:.:... 3'22'35 G45 gists. J
NAME OF OWNER. DESCRIPTION. =.. C: u 3 W 2 Unknown lot 28, Robbins & Graham's additionto Can't Sleep NightsIs
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5 < xO xa Titusville ..... ......................... 32235 3 93
the complaint of thousands
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1t"4 <_H UnKnown lot 13, Joynerville addition to Titus- from Asthma suffering ..
Unknown s e i of 8 W J of s e J.!3G2034; | 5 $1 57 ville..................................... ..... 32 2 35 1 61 Did you ever,try Consumption Dr. Ackers,Coughs English: ,etc. l'
lot 11 Quinbys Map of Aurantia....... 38 20 34 4 1 02 UnKnown lot 16, Joynerville addition to Titus- ? It r"
D D E E Houghtling Houghtling lot 12 Quinbys Map of Aurantia.......j|382034 5 1 21 ville.............. ........................... 32235 1 42 Jiemedy known for all Lung is the Troubles.best preparation Sold r:-.
Peter Fouchard grant.................... 39)'20 34 466 9) 64 unKnown lot 17, Joynerville addition to Titus- positive on '
Unknown unknown ill lot one of sub div of P F Fon ville.......................................... 32235 1 42 a Dixon & Gray guarantee, druggists.at 25c.; and 50c. by ..
taine 41 2034 406 9 64 unKnown e i of lot 21, Joynerville addition to
M Wilbur lot 4..32O35' 60 2 45 -Titusvillelot' ................................... 3')_') 35: 1 25
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:M Wilbur s e } and s w } qf n e J. 420135 127 4 26 unknown 22, Joynerville addition to Titus-. I '
Unknown Mary n w } of 'n e J. 2035 40 2 45 ville .............. ........................... 32235 1 42 A Duty to Yourself.It
se } of n e }. 2035 40 2 45 unknown lot 23Joynerville addition to Titus is surprising that people will use a
unknown unknown lot 420135 80 4 26 ville.......................................... 3 22:35 1 42 common, ordinary pill when they can ,
lot 20,35 48 2 45 unKnown lot 54 Joynerville addition to Titus- secure a valuable English one for the
unknown unknown s w 2..5.. 2035, 40 2 45 V YJHe......................................... 3'22,35 1 16 same money. Dr. Acker's English Pills
unknown n e 1 of s w j. 11 2035, 40 2 45 unKnown lot 56, Joynerville addition to Titus- are a positive cure for sick headache and
unknown n w t of s wI..............................112035 40 2 45 villelot .......................................... 32235, 1 16 all liver troubles. They are small sweet,
unknown s w } of s w }..... ........................... 11 2035 40 2 45 unknown 23, Rerdell's addition to Titusville 3,22 35 95 easily taken, and do not gripe. For sale
unknown set of s w |. 11 2035, 40 2 45 unknown lot 25 Rerdell's addition to Titusville 3,22 35 95) by Dixon & Gray, druggists.Is .

' unknown n of s w J of s.wi........................ 12 20 35 20 1 57 unknown lot 26, Rerdell's addition to Titusville 32235, 95
unknown n e \ of s w J. 12 20,35 40 2 45 unknown lot 39, Rerdell's addition to Titusville 3 22 35 85
unknown lot 2. 122035, 4"3 2 45 unknown lot! 42, Rerdell's addition to Titusville 3 22 35 85 Life Worth Living?
Wilbur lot 1..142535. 75 4 26 unknown lot! 49, Rerdell's addition to Titusville 3 22.35 85
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Mary Titusville 3 22;35 1 74 Not if you go throuch! the world a dys
UnknownTritchard s J of n w i of s w \. 32 20 35 20 4 26 unknown lot 55, Rerdell's addition
& Sweet s of n J of Wm Garwin grant......... \34 unknown lot 56, Rerdell's addition to Titusville 322,35, 3 36 peptic. Dr. Acker's Dyspepsia Tabletsare

......... .......................................... 2035 500 10 04 unknown lot 61, Rerdell's addition to Titusville 32235| 85 a positive cure for the worst forms of
'V Adams lot 18 Aurantia.................... ...... 38 2035', 5 2 45 unknown lot 64, Rerdell's addition to Titusville 22'35', 85 Dyspepsia, Indigestion! Flatulency: and
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lot 100 as shown on map in Volusialcounty unknown lot 67, Rerdell's addition to Titusville 3122735 85 Constipation. Guaranteed and sold by
J Curtis
T .......................................!38 20 35 7 2 85 unKnown lot 3, block A, Fi her's addition toTitusville. I, Dixon & Gray, druggists.:
Peter Fouchard grant............. ...... 39 20/35 74 2 45 ... ................................ OJ'' 35 1 78
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tJnoLake B Segui grant........ ................ ..... 44 20 35 108 2 45 unknown lot[ 4, block A, Fisher's addition to O--t,
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B Segui grant................................. 45 20 35 330 36 62 Titusville..................................... 322, 1 78 We Can and Do
Unknown unknown L Crayon grant...............................4G),20,35 34 1 57 unknown lot 5, block A, Fisher's: addition to l Guarantee Dr. Acker's Blood Elixir,
unknown n of lot. 20 36 40 2 45 Titusville................................... 32235' 1 78 for it has been fully demonstrated to the
unknown 'rac 2..4 20 36 28 1 57 unKnown lot 6, block A, Fisher's addition to people of this country that it is superior

unknown fracsection: .............................,....... 20,20 36 8 1 02 Titusville................................... 32235 1 78 to all other preparations for blood dis i.
Mrs E Bailey n w J of n e 1................................. 12134 40 2 45 unKnown lot 7, block A, Fisher's addition to eases. It i is a positive cure for syphilitic
Unknownunknown s e j. 2134 160 2 45 i Titusville ................................... .32235 1 78 poisoning, Ulcers, Eruptions and Pim
net of s w 1................................. 1421 34 40 1 57 unKnown lot 1, block -B, Fisher's addition.to I pIes. It purifies the whole system and
unknown se i 1 of s w j ........... .. ..................14 2134 40 1 57 Titusville................... 32235 1 42 thoroughly builds up the constitution.For .
upknown nV 1'of s e j................................. 14 2134 40 1 57 unKnown sale by Dixon & Gray, druggists.
unknown. ne [ of s e J................................... 2114: 40 1 57 toTitusville. 322s'22 35 1 42
unknown n e i............................................152134 160 4 26 unknown lot 3, block B, :Fisher's addition to ', XOTICK.In. .
unknown net of s e }................................. 10) 2134 40 1 57 Titusville.................................... 35 1 42
unknown se J of s e j................................'. 0134 40 2 45 unKnown lot[ 5, block B, Fisher's addition to Circuit Court for Brevard County and
unknown n e I of 11 e \..................................26 2134 40 1 57 Titusville................................... 3'22i35 1 42 State of Florida. In Chancery,
unknown' n w } of n e J............. ................. 26 2134 40 1 57 unknown lot! 6, block B, Fisher's addition to ,
unknown s w J of n e |................................. 26 2134 40 1 57 Titusville................................... 32235 1 42 John T. Huntingtonvs.
unknown net of n w \................................. 2134 40 1 57 unknown lot 7, block B, Fisher's addition to I .
unknown s e J of n w J................................. 26 2134 40 1 57 .. Titusville.................................... 32235 1 42 James Knapp,
unknown n w } of s 40 9 64 unKnown lot 1, block C, Fisher's addition to The husband of Jose-
unknown n } of s w 2135 10 1 57 Titusville...........................;...... 3 oo 35 1 42 phine Knapp, deceased -
unknown s e J of s 40 6 05 unknown lot 3, block C, Fisher's addition to. and the Childrenand
unknown n e J of n 21 40 2 45 Titu ville... ................................ 32235 1 42 Heirs and Devisees
unknown n w J of n 21 40 2 45 unKnown lot 4, block C, Fisher's addition toTitusvil of said Josephine
unknown s e J of n e4..5 21 40 2 45 Ie.................................... 32235 1 42 Knapp and against Order for :..
unknown s w J of n 21 35 40 2 45 unKnown lot 5, block C, Fishers; addition to E. K. Webster, Jose- Publication :'
unknown n w Jof n 40 3 36 Titusville................................... 32235 1 42 phine C. Webster, .
unknown s w } of n 2135 40 3 36 unKnown lot 1, block D, Fisher's addition to Frances W. Darner
unknown lot 1 sub Titusville................................... 3 2235 1 42 and James M. Darner, r
deed 2135 14 2 85 unKnown lot 2, block D, Fisher's addition to her husband, and
unknown n w | of n e J of n e }..................... 1821 35 5 1 57 Titusville................................. 3 2235 1 42 against Orloff M.
unknown s w \ of s w }................................. 1921 35 40 2 45 unKnown lot 3, block D, Fisher's addition to.. Dorman, his Heirs
unknown se 1 of s wi..................................1921 35 40 2 45 Titusville..................... .............. 3 1 42 and Assigns.;
unknown- w J of s w J of s w \....................... 20 2135 10 1)2) unKnown lot 5, block D, Fisher's addition to 22135 .
Jas N Smith. swjofsejofnw J..................... 2921 35 10 1 92 Titusville! .................................. 32235 1 42 Whereas it appears by the bill of
8 B Wallace, AgentS Beginning at Enterprise Road on n unknown lot 6, block D, Fisher's addition to complaint, filed in the above entitled
line of s J of n e 1, run w 209) yds, Titusville................................... 3 22,35, 1 42 cause, that all of the defendants therein
thence s e 100 yds, thence e 209)vds.. 2921) 35 4 3 25 unKnown lot 7, block D, Fisher's'addition to reside without the State of Florida,
B Wallace, Agent s J of lot 3, sub-div of n e } of n e 1... 29) 213.5 5 2 45 Titusville.................................. 2235, 1 42 that the husband and heirs of Josephine
Unknown n w I of n e J of s .. .. 29 2135 .10 2 45 unKnown lot 2, Block E, Fisher's addition to I Knapp reside at Porto De Plata, in the
SB Wallace, Agent net of s e 1........wi.........;;,.:::,.:.. 3012135 40 5 16 Titusville................................... 3 2235 1 42 Republic of Santo Domingo ; that E. K. I
Unknown swjof n e J................................. 30 2135 40 2 45 unKnown lot 4, block E, Fisher's addition to 1 Webster resides at Fort Omaha, in the t
unknown set of n w J............... ................'. ,12135, 40. 2 45 Titusville 22,33 1 42 State of Nebraska; that Josephine C.
unknown sejof se }..................................3021 35 40 2 45 unKnown lot 2, block Webster, Frances Darner and JamesM.
unknown s w J of s e J...................................30'2135, 40 2 45 Titusville------------------------------------3 0235 1 42 Darner reside at York, Pennsylvania
unknown s w j of set.................................' 2135 40 7 85 unKnown lot 4, block I ; and that the residences of the
unknown nwjofsetofse 1......................',3221 40 1 57 Titusville.................................. 22,35 1 42 other defendants are unknown ; and
unknown n e J of n w J................................. 3321Si 40 9 64 unknown lot B, as per map, deed book I, page the other defendants are themselves unknown -
Mrs M: J Walker e J of lot 1, block 8 Coleman's addition 506, Titusville.................. ........ 3 22,35 1 78 : *
to tus.ilIE'............... .......... 34 2135 6 45 unknown lot D, as per map, deed book I, page. : And whereas it appears further, that
H L Boone lot 2, block A, Coleman's addition to 506, Titusville............................ 3 22'35 1 78 said bill is filed for the purpose of effecting
Titusville....................._............ 34,21135 11 85 unKnown lot E, as per map, deed book I, page a partition of the north fourthof
Unknown lot 6, Coleman's addition to Titusville 1 57 506, Titusville........................... 2235 1 78 the William Garvin Grant in section
Unknown lot 11, block C, Coleman's addition to unKnown lot G, as per map, deed book I, page 37, of township 20 south, range 35 east,
Titusville................................... 34 2135 1 97 506Titusville, ............................ 3 22 35 1 78 containing 500 acres, in Brevard county
Unknown lot 12, block 0, Coleman's addition to unKnown lot J, as per map, deed book I, Florida, between complainant and the
Titu\yille! ...................................'34 2135 1 97) I 506, Titusville............................ 3 22 35 1 78 above-mentioned defendants:
Unknowh all of block 8, Titus' addition to Ti unknown lot L, as per map, deed book I, I It is,therefore, ordered th.at the above-
tusville....................................... 34 2135 5 56 506, Titusville........................... 32235 1 78 named defendants and all persons claiming -
Unknown' block 1, Carpenter's addition to Titus- unknown lot M, as per map, deed book I, by, through, or under them do appear -
yille. .. ........... ... .............:...... 34 2135 3 76 506, Titusville........................... 32235 1 78 and answer said bill at the clerk's
Unknown block 2:Carpenter's; ; addition; to Titusville. : unknown w f lot N, as per map, deed book I office, in Titusville, Florida, on or before -

- :.......................................... 342135, 3 76 page 506, Titusville.................... 32235 2 14 the first Monday in June, A. D.
Unknown block 3, Carpenter'8 addition to Titus- Alfred Smith, Guardian lot bounded n by Robbins 1890, or said bill will be taken against

ville......................................... 34 2135 3 76 addition, e by Canaveral street, sby I them as confessed.It .
Unknown block 4, Carpenter's addition to Titus- Tropic street, w by DeLeon street, is further ordered that notice oi
yule. .....................................342135 3 76 Titusville .............................. .. 32235 10 84 this order be published weekly for the
Unknown block 5, Carpenter's addition to Titus-, Alfred Smith, guardian'lot bounded n by Broad street, e l by space of sixty days, in the FLORIDA

- Tille.......................................... 34 2135 3 76 Canaveral street, s by Robbins & STAR, a newspaper published in Titus-
Unknown block 6, Carpenter's addition to Titus- Graham's addition, w by DeLeon ville, Florida, Brevard county.
ville...... ......................:............ 34 :2135:! 3 76 street, 'fituiville.-.............. 322' '35 10 84 Ordered at* Chambers.. in DeLand,
Unknown w I of block 7, Carpenter's addition Alfred Smith, guardian of n e I except land of Jones & Florida, this 24th day of March, A. D.

to Titusville................................ 34 2135 2 49 Ronald....................................... 4122135 57 7 85 1890.
Unknown s e I of s e }................................... 25 40 4 26 Unknown w of s e I of n wI....................... 35 20 2 45 JOHN D. BROGUE,
Daniel M McInnis s e 1 of n eland n e 1 of s e #......... 32,2136, 80 2 45 Unknown n e t of 11 W i................................. 5,2235! 40 2 45 '' Judge; Circuit Court 7th Circuit of
Unknown net of u e ................................... 40 2 45 unKnown n w 1 of n wi................................ 5.2235, 40 2 45 Florida.I .
Unknown 8 e 1............................................. 30 2137 160 4 26 unKnown lot 1............................................ 35 44 1 57 '
Unknown 8,w 1.............................................1302137, \ 160 4 26 unknown lot 22'35' 66 1 57 certify that the foregoing is a true
of the order of madein
Unknown s w }............................................. 5 22 34 40, 2 45 unKnown s w 40 1 57 copy publication
d H Q Hawley lot 7 of sulHliv.lot 3, block: A, Titus- 1 unknown s w .i, : 40 1 57 this case.
Titusville March 26th 1890.
yule.1 ........... ... ............ ... ; 4 66 unknown 4 s e l 40 1 57 ,
Unknown n 50 ft of lot 1:.2. d.3: block I E:Titusville. :. 10235, unKnown / w i ;22,36 80 2 45 A. A. STEWART Clerk.,

. ........... ...........................3 11 85 J T & K W Co lot ,0'
Unknown lot I, block J., Titusville................. 32213., !) 4 26 Unknown all 134 BOBBINS & GRAHAM,
Unknown lot 2. block F, Titusville................. : 1 4 26 2235'2320 11 85 Solicitors for complainant. 49-10w
Unknown lot 3, block F, TtusylIe.! ................3:22,35. ; ,, 4 26 John N Lake ..... 1341
Unknown lot 4, block F, Tltus\.llIe................. 322135 4 26 2335,1080, 4 66 NOTICE. .
Unknown lot 5, block F, Titusville.................. 3,22,35, 4 26 Unknown .... 34 All concerned will take notice that, six
Unknown lot 6, block F, Titus\.ille.................. 3j22,3.5, 4 26 : ) 4 66 months after date, I will present my final
Unknown lot 7, block F, Titusyille.................. 4 26 John N Lake ...., 23351060 account to Honorable Minor S. Jones,
;; U E Titus lot 1, block H, Titusville................... 3,223.;, !) 1 02 2.3-351070 4 66 I, County Judge of Brevard county, Florida,
UnknownUnknown lot 1, block K, Titns.ille.................... 3,2235 1 57 John N LaKeUnknown. .... 3..7. \{ and pray for an order dismissing me from
lot 3, block K, Titusville.................. 322'35! 1 57 .. .2335.1100 4 66 the further execution on the estate of JohnE.
Unknown lot 1, e sub-div. block 4, Titusville..... 32235! 7 85. .... .f34$ Moore, late of said county, deceased.S. .
Unknown lot 3, block 4, Titu ville.................. 3:22,35: 1 57 4 66 II. RAy, Administrator.
: Unknown lot 5, block 4,Titus.ilIe..................... 322 35 1 57 unKnown .. 221 34 11360 Titusville, Jan. 6, 1890. 3S-6 0.Bucklen's .
Unknown lot 7, block 9, 32235 2 45 ;t t i: j :: 4 66

Unknown lot 9, block 9,. 312235 2 45 John N Lake .... 34 .
METitus.AgtH TTitus lot 6, block 10, TitusviUe._............... : 1 38 22 351360 4 66 Arnica Sah.e.TOE
Unknown lot 1, block 11, Titusville................. 3122,35:, 3 01 John N Lake .... \\34 BEST SALVE in the world for Cots,
Unknown lot 4, block 11, Titu8vilIe._.............. 8,2235, 2 45 22351360 4 66 Bruises, Sores, Ujcers, Salt Rheum Fe-
M ETitus,Agt H TTitusMETitus 6, block 11, Titusvillt"................. 1 57 John N LaKe ((34 ver Sores, Tetter?Chapped Hands, Chilblains
Agt H TTitus lot 10, block 16Titusrille................ 3122'35, 1 57 4 66 Corns and all Skin Eruptions,
ME Titus, Agt Mrs Hap- ,,2235 I John N Lake .... (34 and positivelycures Piles or no pay re-
pold lot 3, block 17,Titusvi1le......._......... 3 2 49 11 85 quired. It is guaranteed to give perfect
s Unknown lot 9, block.18Tltusville._............. .. 312235, 2 09 unKnown ..... 22135(3500( satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
Unknown lot 12block 19.Titusville............... 3:22135: ; 3 36 all ....... 23.35.406 8 25 25 cents per box. For sale b:r Dixon.&
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} Unknown lot 1, block 22,Titusville._.............. :322 35 1 02 .' Grey.
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.l THF FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY MAY 22 1890. aJ'
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Name.r Description. I S. T.\R.I Acs. Taxes Costs.and Name. Description. I S. T. R.I Acs. Taxes Costs.and CARDS.


rt Unknownunknown njofsejofse \......................... 25 23 3520- $2 unknown,.n s e 1.............................................. 16 27 36- -160 $2 09 GCOBQS President 1L BOBBINS revard, WALTXB Secy. Bread R. GIAHAX Ab-.

; unknown sjofsejofse n 15 J.......................... 25 2335 20 2 45,unknown frac............. ................................11 27 36 42 1 38 Abstract Co. tract.Co.
k Daniel M Mdnnis lots 1 acres 2 of e i of s w 1................ 15 23 36 15 2 09 I unknown frac n e 1....................................... 20 2736 80 1 57 T> OBBIXS & GRAHAM,
: { ., and 6................................. 16 2336, 120 4 26\unknown frac s e \....................................... 20 2736 140 2 45
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UnLo n Iratct. ...............*............. ........... 18 2336 31 2 45 Gleason & Littlefield all................................................ 21 2736 640 643 ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW,
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unknown II J Tiffin of...lot........................................ 19 23 36 43 4 26 Unknown n e Jw ............................................. 22 2736 160 2 09 P. 0. Box 250, TITUSVILLE, Brerard Co., Florid
;;.l part K 2! described in deed book unknown n J................................ !......... 22 27 36 160 2 09 i Will practice in all the .-aunties of the Sereath
I j : WalkerUnknown page 254................................. 27 2336 t 1 42 unknown s w J.............................................,22 _7 36 160 2 09 ties Circuit for and Examining in the Supreme and Perfecting Court Land Ipecialfacili Title
J of
M s J j lot 3........................ ...........12 2337 I 10 1 57\unknown S e 1w .................. .......................... 22 2736 160 .2 09 Correspoudence solicited from Claimant and Heir
:: e of s w } of s e J.............. ...... 24 2435 10 1 57 Gleason & Littlefield ...... .. 23 to Spanish Grants. Money to Loan. 13
n A .. ..................................... 27 36 320 3 53
f unknown tvjofnejofnw }............."t"...... 25t2435, 10' 1 57 Unknown s }............................................. 232736 160 2 09 L. GAULDEN
1 unknown nwtofnw1................................ 6 24,36 40 2 45 unknown se1............................................. )30)736 160! 2 09 D. .
unknown s w } of n w }........................."...... 6 2436! 40 2 45 Gleason & Littlefield n i............................................... 24 ::2736 320, 3
j 1 unknown n w I of s w 1. ..................... ......... 6 2436 40' 2 45 Gleason & Littlefield s !................................................1 5:2: 36 320 3 531 ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
unknown s w j of sw j.......................!""".... 6 2436! 40 2 45!Unknown n e 1..............................................126J26 21 36 160 2 09 Titusville, Florida.
Sarah E Shaw s i of s e J of n e j...............].......... 7 2436; 10
t ; 4 26 Gleaxon & Littlefield n w t and w 4 of s w }..........:......... 27136 240 2 82
'' Unknownunknown ne } of n w 1-I................................ PO i 24'.SG( 40: 2 45JUnknown s e ;1.r.U. .!I.I' ?i 36 160 I 2 09 A. M. THRASHER, ]

; n w J of n w J..........................?.... PO I '">"%4''.3G 40 2 45unknown, s w 1.............................................|27 2736 160 1- 09
unknown n e J of s e J.....................:..."".,....,10,24 36 40 4 26unknown;, n e 1.............................................128J2S 1 736 160 2 09 ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
unknown nV J of s e J................................. 10'24 36 40 4 26 Gleason & Littlefield .. P. O. Box 20. SAXTORD, FLA.
n w ......................................... :27 3G 160 2 09 Will practice In all the counties of the
unknown w 1 of's e 1.................................... 14 24 361 80 2 45\ WW Hicks s 1 of n w J of s e }........................ 2273i, ; 201 85 Circuit and Supreme Court Seventh s
unknown s w J of s w |.....................!.!...!...Jl4243| : ( 40 6 05'WW'! Hicks s 1 of s w J of s e J..........................+2S 273G 20 85
S Ryder lot 1 and n w 1 of n e J....................!' 53 6 05'Unknown' JOXES & ATKINSON, .
1524'36, : n w } of s w }......................... ....... 2'2
Unknown s e J of s e J-..................................'15 24 36 40 6 unknown n leaf n w 1 of s e 1........................!2S 2736 20 1 02 .
unknown s e } of "s e J, in arrears for 1883........!15;24*3i 40 6 unknown; ( s of s w J of s e 1..........................'28127'36( 20! 1 02: Attomcjs-at-laiv,
unknown se :1 of n e J..................................'19 243: ( 40 2 45'unkf1own;' e i of s e }....................................': : ,3633J27J36 80] 1 38 Titusville. Florida.
GufcBrownfc Henry BUte,brim n e t rof n w J..............................."!2&24'36, < 401: I 4: 26unknown''! n -e :J............................................. 1601, 2 OH
Unknown s w 1 of s e J.................................'20,24;3i22J24 401 4 26\unknown n w }............................................'3327*1 36 160 I 2 09 J. T. SANDERS,
unknown n e i of n e }................................. : '3 40, 6 unknown; net of s w }.................................I33273C': | ( 402o' 1 02
unknown n w \ of n w }........... ....................,' 40 ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
,23,24361, 4 unknown: s \ of set of s, w }..........................:33 27.3b: Sounknown ,
lot 4.............................................,_ ,_ 37 2 45'unknown s w } of set..................................'':33i27.3G, ;. \! '' 1 02 dicial Will practice in all the'Courta. of the Seventh Jo
unknown lot 5.............................................125'24 3w <> 201 1 57unknown'! e of s e 1.....................................33' ,27,36 1! 80 1 38 Circuit. of Florida.P.0.
unknown J of s w }......................... ...... .. '! 80 26'W' I33,27i36 Box 235 TITUSVILLE, FLA.
: : |2o2436 4 W Hicks! n i of s e } of sv }......................... ; : | 201 85 Money to Loan. 11
Alfred E Rahr part of n w J of net, described in I W W Hicks n | of net of s w J........................'34;27 36 20' 85 .
Deed Book G, page 355.................'.26 24 36 5 1 Unknown net.................................... ........!134:2713e\ 160 2 09 D R. I.. T. DANIEL
Unknownunknown ". n e } of n e }.................................':2924C6|i 40 4 26,unknown n w J............................................!.342736! 160 2 09
n w J of n e }.................................1292436';, 40 4 26 unknown n w \ of s w }................................. I34'2736'': ; 40 1 02 DENTIST, '
unknown s el of ne J.................................,!3224'36part | '' 40 2 unknown: I s'v }; of s e 1..................................13427136' :, 40' 1 02 COCOA FLORIDA.
:M J WhiteUnknown lot 1, described in Deed Book JI I I unknown e i of s e 1.....................................;''34 27 36 80! 1 38
page 223.................................... 33 24 3G 1 97 Gleason & Littlefield! all................................................'!352736, 640, 6 43 M I). L. DODSON,
lot 1, as per map, Deed Book I, page! I I 1 j \Gleason & Littlefield all................................................ 36,27(36, ( 640, 6 43
180.......... .....................:..........'3324'36' 1 42,Glea-on & Littlefield s e } of s w } and w 2,2737, 200 7 85 DENTIST,
unknown lot 2, as per map. Heed Book: I, page I I !Gleason & Littlefield lots 1, 2 and 3........ t..1. ......... 32737; 124 785 TITUSVILLE, .
ISO.......... ................. ...............33 24 36 1 42 Gleason & Littlefield n w J of n w ands of n \v 1..1, 5.27 37 120' 6 05 Aching teeth filled FLORIDA.
t and saved
Minnie E Smith part of s e J of n w }, described inDeed I I (Unknown n w Jofs w 1..1 1 5,27'37C27 40 3 36 the nerves Teeth with accesses without, treated destroying sncces{

j Book J, page 376lot .................. 33 24 36 2 unknown, net of n e rand w J of n e J, n i ofF I fully. Roots crowned snbutantially Plates of
R Richardson 15. Hardee's Plat of Indian River! I I s e } of n e 1............................... 37 140' 4 66 pure fitting Para plates gum corrected.Broken Teeth Plates extracted mended.painlessV Badly

City........................................ ,|33'24X' ; 2 85 unknown n 1............................................... 62737;. 160 4 26 ly. Office Washington avenue., g, '
Unknown s k of lot 17............... ........133,24136, I 1 21 unknown set............................................. 6'27;', 37 160 4 26
Gilbert WrightUnknown lot 18, Hardee's Plat of Indian lliver I unknown s W }...................................... ...... 6 27 37 160 4 26City WALTER S. GRAHAM, 31. D.
..........................................>3324; 36 1 42.W W HicksUnknown S 1 of S e 1of n e }.......................... 627! 37 20 1i
lot 21, Hardee's Plat of Indian IU\"erl) I 1 I n e 1 of n eland s J of n w } of n e ..\ Office Visits(in Consultation Titusville.,100.$2.00.

City.........................................'33.241363: 76 } and e } of n w } of n e 1............ 3I 140 j 66 Calls between 10 p. m. and 6 a.*m.will be charged '
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unknown lot 27, Hardee's Plat of Indian River) I I \ (unknown n w }............................................ 7 27 37 160 26 double. rates.Obstetrical canes, and canes outside the. .
City ..........................................'332436. : 2 85,unknown s w 1............................................. 27 3i 160 4 26 tiou are positively I declined. Corpora
unknown w 1 of lot 35, Hardee's Plat of Indian) I I 8 G Gleason s e r of s e }................................... 82737; 40 2 45
River City.................................. 33 24.36 1 97 Unknown net of set.................................. H,2737; 40 2 45 J. F. LEWIS,
unknown lot 36, Hardee's Plat of Indian Ri\"erl) I I unknown lot 1............................................. 812737 29 4 26
City ...........................................33'24'' 36 1 97 unknown 8 w t of s w }................................. 8'2737 40 2 45 Civil Engineer and SurveYOr
.. Geo Alltree part of lot 3. described in Deed Book I I unknown set of s w 1................................:. 8127: 37 40 2 45 ,
H. page 99................................. 33124136 R 25 John Houston: n 1 of s e 1 of n e 1......................... 8.2737! 20 2 45 Titusvillc Flu.
Unknown lot 1............................................. 2,2413I 2 451T L Seabrook part lot 2 des deed book E. page 568 812737 G 1 74
unknown lot 1 arrears for 1888..................... ,, 2 45 John Houston part-lot'J 1 and 2............................. 9,2737, 27 7 85 R. B. BURCHFIELD, l
unknown s W t of n w 1...... .......................... 712437, 40 2 45!Unknown lot 3, s of Cliff Creek...................... 92737' 20 3 36
Jennie G HallUnknown lot 1............................................, 26'24'37'! 56 G 03 unknown n 1 of net......... ........................ 1127 37 80 3 36 COUNTY SURVE OR. ,
lot 2............................................. 26,24137! 50 2 451unknown w k of s e 1.................................... 11 2737 80 3 36 Orders by mail will receive as prompt
r'. unknown lot 3.............................................\26 24137 44 2 45S! G Gleason n e l of n wI................................. 11 2737 40' 2 45: attention as! calls in person.
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uuknown lot 4............... .............................,,2624137 38 2 4518 (1 leaven lot ............................................. { 37 36 2 45 Address: Georgiana, Fla.
part lot 3 des deed book G page 634... 3125,36 12108 51'S' G Gleason lot 2.............................................112137 42 2 45
Unknown lot 16 town plat of Rockledge........... 3,25,36, 1 57 S G Gleason s 1 lat 3..............;.........................,112737 16 1 74 ''LA RUE P. ELY,
unknown lot 18 town plat of Rockledge......... 325,36, ,, 1 57 Unknown lot 1............................................. 13,2737, 4G 2 45
unknown lot 20 town plat of Rockledge.......... 325,36 1 57 unknown n e 1 of n w 132737; 40 2 45 i Notary Public for the State
unknown lot 39 town plat of UOckledge......... 3 2536' 1 38 unknown: s w t of n w 1.....................,...........1312137! 40 2 45 at Large.
UnknownS lot bounded e by town lots of Rock' unknown s e 1 of n w }.........:.:.....:..............1312. 37 40 2 45 Justice of the Peace, 17th Dist.
ledge. s by Williams, w by see line, unknown s part lot 1.................................... 14,2737, 18 4 26n CONTRACTOR & BUILDERof
by Wilkinson.......................... 3 2536 5} unknown lot 2.. .......................................... 14 27 37 38 7 85 over 30 years' experience. Natural
: Ryder n w t of s e and part of n e lof s e ( unknown net of n e 1.................................1427 37 38 7 85 finish a specialty. ,
r t des deed book D page 96............ 325136 54 28 03 S G Gleason lot 1 to ten incIush'e, block A, Eau Melbourne, Florida. S

0 K Wood agt s I of s wi.................................... 625136 SO 2 45 Gallie....................:. ................ 1612737 2 85
0 K "'ood' agt n w t of n w 1........................... 725j36' 40 1 57 UnKnown' lot 11 block A. Eau Gallie.............. 1612737; 1 02 HAVING BOUGHT THE INDIAN
Unknown w 1 of s wI................................... 10 5j36 80 964 unknown lot 12, block A, Eau Gallie............... 16j27 37 1 02 RIVER BAKERYWe
unknown lot 4............................................. 1225:36: 6:1:: 4 26 unknown lot 16, block A, Eau Gallie.............. 16,2737, 1 02
unknown n 1 of s 1 of IS w t of n wI......... .... 12 25136' 10 2 09 S: G Gleason lot 17 to 22, block A, E-m Gallie...... 1612737 2 82 will Keep on Hand Every Day

n t of s w 1 of n w }....................... 12 2536 10 2 09 Unknown lot 23, block A Eau Gallie............... 1607! 37 1 02
unknown get of n w 1................................. 1525136 40 4 26 S G Gleason lot 24, block A, Eau Gallie.............. 16,2737, 1 02 FRESH BREAD CAKES PIES
.e unknown n e lof n w }................................ 2625136' 40 2 45 Unknown lot 25. block A, Eau Gallie............... 1612737 1 1 02 ,
unknown n w of n wi.........................""". 26 25,36 40 2 45 S G Gleason lots 26 and 27, block A. Eau .Gallie... 16 127 37 1 02 ETC. ALSO
unknown t s W i of set................................. 26 40 ? 45 S G Gles."On lot J and 2, block B. Eau Gallie...... 1 l27 37 1 38 Bottlers of Sodawater
unknown s w 10f 8 e }.................................I30 2536 40 2 45 Unknown lot 3, block B, Eau Gallie................ 16\2737\ 1 02 GingerAle
unknown n w l of s e 1................................. 36 40 2 45 unknown lot 4, block B, Eau Gallie...............1627; 37 1 02 and other Drinks.ALL
unknown tv of n e _.................................\35'536, 80 4 26 unknown lot 6. block B, Eau Gallie...... ........16 127 37 1 02 .
unknown n 1 of 8 e i.................................... 35 25136 80 4 26 unknown' lot 7, block H, Eau GalIie................. 16j27 37 1 02 ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT
'1 unknown s e t of s e 1_.................................I 35 :r136 40 2 45 S G Gleason lot 8, block B, Eau Galli................ 16,2737, 1 02 ATTENTION.
unknown lot 3................ ..............................\36 58 15 04 Unknown lot 9, bloc k B. Eau Galhe............... l6 2i 37 1 02 S. A. BELCHER & COMPANY
unknown. Int...... 1.....dUhUUuu....... ..................... 0 25131! 11 -1 021- S G Gleason lots 10,- 11, 12, 13 and 14, block B, u' ,
unknown lot 2............nnnnnnnuuuUd.................. ................ 225137 11 1 02- 'EauGalnie................................. 1U!2i 37 285 PROPRIETORS.
t. unknown e I of n e 1.................................... 226,36 80 4 26 Unknown, lot 15 block B, Eau Gallie............. 162';, 37 1 02 TITUSVILLE FLA.
unknown w 1 of s w 1.................. . .......... ,' 80 4 2G <.r Gleason lot 16, block B, Eau Gallie..............16'27 1- 3- 1 02
unknown- n e 1 of S e }._....-........................... 22(0)6 .40: 2 45 Unknown lot 17, block B, Eau Gallie..............16127 3- 1 02
unknown w 14 of n w }._..... .... ..................... 11 2636 SO 2 45 unknown lot 18. block B, Eau Gallie.............. 162737 1 02 FOR SALE
unknown net of n e 1 ...........:..................... 1126 36 40 245 5 G Gleason lots 19, 20, 21 and 22, block B, Eau I ,
.1 unknown n w 1 of ne1................................. 11 2636 40 2 45 Gallie................ 162737; 2 14 THE ELEGANT
unknown ,/ s W i of n e...................................11 2636 40 2 45 Unknown lot 23, block B, Eau Gallie! .............. l612i 37 1 02 RESIDENCE
unknown s e 1 of net................................. 11 26 36 40 2 4a unknown lot 24, block B. Eau Gallie.............. 16127' 37 1 02 AND GROVEOF
unknown n w t of n w }._............................. 12 2636 40 2 4.5 a::: G Gleason lots 25 to 37 inclusive, block B Eau I L. E. BARNES
unknown s! w of n w 1................................... 1226136) 40 2 45 Gallie............... ...............:....... 16'2737 3 7f<> ,
unknown s w 1 of s w 1................................. 14 _6 36 40 1 5I Unknown lot 38, block B, Eau Gallie.. ......... 16 27 37 1 02 ROCK LEDGE, FLA.,
.: unknown S e 1 of 8 e 1-................................ 15 26 36 40 1 57 S G 'Ieason all block C, Eau Gallie! ................... 162 :J.i 36 62 Containing Seven and One-Third
unknown n e 1 n e 1 ............................ ...... 21 2636 to 1 57 S G Gleason all block D, Eau Gallie. ................. 1j( 27 37 1 74 Acres of Land fronting Indian River.
.' unknown lots 4 and 5._....................sec ;7 and 8 4 2G a G Gleason all except lots 1, 2, 15 and 16, block 1, I Large Roomy RESIDENCE ele-

unknown I lot 3............................................. 10 2613. 4- 2.15 Eau Gallieall ................................. 16,,2737 2 85 Jandy'Finished. Also a Three-Room
unknown s e 1 of n e i.................. .............. 10 26 37 40 2 45 S G leason block 2, Eau Gallie....................16 27 37 3 1 53 38 COTTAGE and Outbuildines. One of
\ unknown 1 of n e I. arrears for 1888........... 10 26 37 40 2 4t S G Gleason lots 1, 2, 3 and 4, block 3, Eau Gallie IG'27! 37 I the most desirable places in Rock Ledge

unknown s 0 e e l of set...... ......................".. 31 26 37 40 2 45 Unknown lot 5, block 3, Eau Gallie.................!16Jo! 37 85 85 hammock.For .

unknown n w 1 of s e 1.................................. 31 263, 40 2 45 unknown lot 6, block 3, Eau Gallie.................16 2i 37 price, terms, etc., apply to
;1 unknown of set..............................." 31 2637 40 2 45 ==> G Gleason lots 7, 8, 9 and 10, block 3, Eau Gal- Albert A. Taylor Cocoa Fla.
I unknownS & CLitUefleW s all w.1............................."........... 127 36 640 6 32:! lie.-........................................... 1612737 1 78 85 ,
: .. r h O OleMon aU e i of s e 1. .................... 22736 000 5 69 Unknown lot 11, block 3, Eau Gallie.............. Wl27, 37

.. Gleason hGGleuoaAeLittlefield& Littlefield e I except and e 1 of w 1......-. ................. 3r 36 4S0 4 9. unknown lot 12, block 1"5 3,and Eau 16 Gallie block....3.....Eau.....:<'!16,27 I 3' I 85 EDGAR HOUSE,

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Wm 3...... .... ...."....." ."....."..." 4127 3 320 3 53, Gallie...............................:........ 16j27-. I 1 78 Close! to Indian River Inlet.
: Wm McCabeWm e I. ".. .................. 3G 320 3 53 S G .lpa."On all block 4. Eau Gallie....................'16271371( 4 26
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McCabe e i._..................... .. 9,27, lo : : I 1 21 FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA.Fish .
.. .... ''27 36 25 1 57S G Ieaon lot 1, 2 and 3, block.5, Ea'i Galhe.... 1; 37
a lot 1.... .................... .... ..
Unknown ..."..."."...".................................. t'I'2i 36 2G 1 5. :, G hleason lots 11,12 and 13, block 5, E.tM < M-'; | J I I Oysters and Game bv tho
unknown lot lot 3.2............................................. 27 36 27 1 57 lie............................................. 16,27137't : 24-1 61: Millions! Boats, Wagons and Buggies +
unknown .......... ........"....."".."."" 9127; 36 53 1 S G Gleason lots 1 to 10. block 6, Eau Gallie...... 16127137'| 85 to take Tourists hunting or
unkn.- 36 20 57\l Unknown lot 11, block 6, Ea i Gallie...............! Road from here
of 1 of s e 1.......................... lU -i 85 fishing. Good to
1 Hicks s i 8 w .... .... 10 2 36 3.0 3 53j (i lea5mr lot 12, block 6, Ea.i Gallie..............,[16 ?737
r WmW McCabe w !.............."...." 1S \ the Gulf Coast.I .
.....................................,1027 36 160 2 09 G Gleason lot 2 to 11 inclusive block 7 Eau t
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Unknown n e 1... of }... 1027 3G 100 1 57 Gallie..................:............:........,16.2. ,37 2 S5 have Lots and Houses to sell in
of s e
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and 1 s
!, unknown e of 8 e.t.........n....................... ..... 112736 160 2 09 S: G lemon lots' 1 to 11 inclusive, block 8, Eau I I '!. Edgar Town. Call or Address :
....
2 85
unknown net. .. 1127 36 IGO 2 09 Gallie...... .................................:'16 27(37( ,
....... .... .
unknown n w 1_.... "....."......"..... 11 27 36 160 2 09,Unknown lot 12, block 8, Eau Gallic...............;1GI27i37! 85 A. G. LAGOW, Proprietor.
.......................... 3 53
unknown 8 W t.- ....................'
............ 1127 3 G 160 2 091> G Gleason all block 9, Fau Gallie 16'27j37
................................ 1 74
unknown set. .... .... 1 36 3.0 3 S G Gleason all block 10, Eau Gallie................. ;1162737 Notice of Dissolution.
:
Gleason & Littlefield n i-.........." "of 127 5.'JI b (J Gleason all block 11, Eat Gallic.................. 1612I:3I 1 74
c Unknown n l of s w I of s w I, eland n w I I G Gleason all block 12. Ka Gallie.................'16 27,37:' 3 53 Take notice that the firm of J. W.
i ...................................... 12 27136 140 2 49jS 1 I 3 36 & Cchas this day been dissolved
8 W 1.- ......... .. ...'16 37 Rogers ,
160 2 09 3 G Gleason all b! 'ck13, Eau Gallie ... :
............ 1227136
se 1................................. : : 3 36 by mutual consent. )Jr. S. II. .
unknown :Eau Gallie ... 16
: : !3( SoSG Gleason all block 14, .............. 2737, ,
W W Hicks z } us w of 8v 1..1:2:3. i" 201 !':$ (J: hleason all block 15, Eau (;; llie..................;1C; :2737' 1 336 Kay, the silent partner,. will retire from "1
Gleason & Littlefield" n c t.1 of n \\ I and s etof M....W...1.:.13 I 2i 36#t 440 5 01!'I"; G Gleason lots 1. 2,3 and 4, block 16, Eau Gal-1'' I the firm, and Mr. J. W. Rogers will '
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unknown : n n e w 1_.............................. ............; I !3G 160 2 2091 09.8; G Gleason lot 11, block Continued 16 Eau Gal 11.1 4. 1 J1G27J37(;| Fhu, May 1,1890.LJ .

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he Jacksonville .Bar Association, for INDIANOLA. Name. Description. is. T. R. Acs, and Ii.
t BOOK LEDGE VALUES.MR. Continued from Page 3. Costs.

instance, was $20.00, hence the net income Don't forget the hop at Courtneynext UnknownS lot 12, block 16, Eau Gallie .......... 37 $ M i. f iW
is $50,000, or $25,000 each. As lots 13 14 15 and 16 block 16 Eau.1627 ,
WILUAMS REPLIES TO "CITIZEN"ON Friday night. G GleasonS I C
there is no one-third allowance for contingent Gallie ......................................16127 37 1 7S : trak
i THE EQUALIZATION OF TAXES. expenses in this case, the above Miss Schuyler, of Titusville, spent G Gleason lots 1, 2. 3 and 4, block 17, Eau Gal- I ramraknc

figures represent the actual net profits. Monday at this place. lie........;...................................1612737 1 78
,. IlelVUhc*" "Citizen" to Leave 7IU Mask 2. C. decides to enter the Mr. C. O. Blyth paid Titusville a flying UnknownS lot 5, block 17. Eau Gal1ie...............16 27 37 M .
and Enumerate the Properties First Referred Example G Gleason lots 6, to 11, block 17, Eau uaUie...... 162737 1 3S :,
the first of the week.
,and Does not Want to Take up the mercantile business. He, locates in a visit UnknownS ,lot 12, block 17, Eau ............ 37 85 \iFt110
" for Ills Property. thriving,enterprising town,consequently W. A. Howland, Mutual Life fame, G Gleason lots 1 2 3 and : block 18 Eau Gal Uutncttfl
OfferCltlxen" does a large business. It is safe to say was calling on friends Sunday.Mrs. lie.:..:.......... :............ :.............: 16,2737, 1 78 1 C.
; Editor Florida Star: UnknownS lot 5, block 18, Eau GaUie............... 1612737 85 k
"Citizen's" first article in the STAR, hat the number of packages sold per J. M. Thompson is able to be out G Gleason lots 6 to 14, block 18, Eau GaUie...... 1 1 !( 2 09 i lD\ftO
words *'I bare taken ten month, is 2,500, at an average of $1.00 again after quite a serious illness. S G GleasonS lot 16, block 18, Eau Galhe._........... 16'4 37 S5
he uses these : hence $2,500 month. lots 1 2 3 and block Eau Gallie. a.bolIatnC
per package, per G Gleason -
of the most valuable properties at Rock- As the profit on goods is 20 per cent, a Attorney Sanders is at present enjoying .:..... ::. ..19....... ....,. .16!27 37 1 78

ledge, the income from which will range low estimate, it follows that his net profits the comforts of home at Courtney.Mr. UnknownS lot 5, block 19, Eau Gallie.............. 16.2637 85 $ LOrLOf
from $10,000 to $2,000 per annum. Thetactual Nevins is having his place put in G Gleason lots 6 to 11. block 19, Eau Gallie...... 167137! 1 74 [,
has must be $6,000 per year. UnknownS lot 12, block 19, Eau Galhe._..... ..... 37 8.) : LO
cash value of the properties order preparatory to his northern sum-
It is thus seen that this new rule of G Gleason lots 13, 14, 15 and 16 block 19 Eau LOtj

,. been ascertained by careful inquiry, and "Citizen's" works most admirably. All mering.Mr. Gallie................. :.............,......16 27 37 1 7& (
,. they aggregate 570000." one has to do to raise or lower the profits, and Mrs. W. G Patterson; of S G Gleason lots I, 2 and 3, block 20. Eau Gallie... 16 27 37 1 21 LO
There is supposing in this case, buta Cocoa a of Mr. C. 0. Blyth on : S G GleasonS lots 6 to 14. block 20, Eau Gal1ie..,.... 16,2737 2 4.5 (
no ; the I were guests ,
is to raise or lower "output. LO
G GleasonS all block 21, Eau Gallie................. 16,2737 S 53
positive assertion of an actual fact, hope the above is enough to show the Sunday. G GleasonS all block 22, Eau Gallie ................. ,' 37 353 to(
stated in the most explicit language. In utter absurdity of "Citizen's" figures. Episcop service will be held every G Gleaon: lots 1 to 12 inclusive, block 23, Eau ash'sue'

noticing it I asked "Citizen," in the most And yet forsooth 1 he classes it as "an Sunday at 10:30 a. m. at the Smith Gallie....................................... 16i27 37 2 8i
and respectful manner, to come 3 G Gleason all block 24, Eau Gallie................... 16127 37 1 93 11110El
courteous argument. house, Merritt. S G Gleason all block 25, Eau Game._................. 16\2737 245
out from behind his mask, and give us a I certainly feel flattered at Mr. "Citi The time of the horse fly is at hand, S G Gleason all block 26, Eau Gallie................... 16,2737\ 2 4,5
of the ten referred to, that .................. an b!
properties
list zen's" offer for my place, and the temptation and the sound of his buzzing is heard S G GleasonS all block 27. Eau Gall ie. 16127 37 2 4'>
of from Eau Gallie._........... ..... Job
paid a net profit to the owners to accept would be strong, if he had G Gleason all block 28, 16j27 37 2 45
annum. I asked through the land.J. S G Gleason all block 29, Eau Gallie............. ..... 1612737 2 4.5 ftttt.JGhD
$10,000 to $2,000
per not stated that it was worth twice what I Gallie._................. .
G. Martin, Jr., who has been at the S G Gleason all block 30, Eau 16,2737 2 00
him, not to get in a useless newspaper he offers. Somehow I cannot reconcileany Stetson University, DeLand, is at home S G GleasonS all block 31. Eau Gallie................... 1612737, 2 09 ABE]
controversy, but for the reason that, of his figures, and I could not con- G Gleason lots l.to 11, block 32, Eau Gallie..16j27 37 1 74 ..tr
knowing he was totally at fault, I wishedin cientiously take advantage of his woeful for the usual summer vacation.Mr. UnknownS lot 12. block 32, Eau Galhe._........... 162737 85- CF
justice to the citizens of Rockledge, Oscar Hall and wife returned G Gleasm lots 13, 14, 15 and 16, block 32, Eau I CF
ignorance of the profits of orange growing borne after of Gallie.......................... ............ 16,2737 1 61 rQ
who havebelieved on Saturday a sojourn ,
to set "Citizen" and those may at Rockledge. As for his defianceso : S G GleasonS all block 33, Eau Gallie................. 162737 1 74 FQ
his assertion, right in the pre- valiently hurled at me, I reply by several weeks at the county metropolis.Mr. G Gleason aU block 34, Eau GaUe! ................. 1612! 37 157all FQ

mises.In stating that a property was lately sold at G. W. Schuyler is trying the experiment S G GleasonS block 35, Eau Gallie................16,24. 3. .1 74all tat
and G GleasonS block 36, Eau Gallie................. 16:2737: 1 74
of from
he fails a summer garden,
his so-called reply, to give Titusville as 1 am reliably informed,
G GleasonS all block 37, Eau Gallie........ ........16 27 :J7 1 74 sir
us a list of these properties, as I supposedhe for $6,000. I am also informed that its present appearances will be very success G GleasonS all block 38, Eau Gallie.................. 162737\ 1 74

would when making the request, not assessed at $250. I am not so fortu. ful. G GleasonS all block 39, Eau Gal1e.! .... ............ 1612I 37 1 74 tslwl

on account of the frivolous excuse which nate as "Citizen" seems to be in having Mrs. A. A. Higbie, of Newark, N. J., G Gleason all block 40 Eau Gallle.................. 1612. 3. 1 74all
S G GleasonS block .n: Eau Gallie-.............?.. 37 209 Ml
he makes but simply because he could an assessment roll at elbow, else I has bought an improved place of Mr. J.
my G GleasonS all block 42, Eau Gallie..................16 27 37 133 val
not do it. If the statement quoted aboveis might find cases of a similar nature.H. EL Field. We are always glad to welcome G GleasonS all block 43, Eau Gallie.................. 162737\ 2 09 DlDl

correct, his plea that follows is good,if S. WILLIAMS. new settlers. G GleasonS all block 44, Eau Gallie...............162737 1 74
false, it falls to the ground. I can assure'Citizen" Mr.Walter G GleasonS all block 45, Eau Gallie! ................ 1612! 3I 1 57 r.
is in
Goodyear "ye Ancient ............
JUPITER. G Gleason all block 46, Eau Gallle...... 3. 1 57
he has been misinformedin 16,2.
that
Citie," called there by the illness of his S G GleasonS all block 47, Eau Gallie.................. ,.7 37 1 57 DIre
his "careful inquiries," and that thereis Plenty of rain and no mosquitoes yet. mother. Mrs. Goodyear is the guest of G GleasonS all block 48, :Eau Gallie.................. 16 27 37 1 51
no grove property in Rockledge that Mr. and Mrs. Amos Lapham during his G GleasonS all block 49, Eau Gallie! ..................161273I 1 21 M,
pays the owner a net income of $10,000per Target shooting is the excitement of absence.Mr. G GleasonS all block 50, Eau Gallie................. 161273. 1 21 Dl:
under the most favorable the' day. G GleasonS all block 51, Eau Gallie................ 1627 37 1 21 D1
annum, even A. J. Mitchell of the Signal office is T. H. Sanders and daughters, the G GleasonS lots 1 2 and 3 block 52, Eau Gallie... 1627 37 85 1.,
circumstances. Further, while I do Misses Nannie and Fannie Sanders, spent G GleasonS lots 6' 7: and 8: block 52, Eau Gallie... 16 27 37 1 O Dlra
not know much'about the business affairs slowly recovering.D. last week in Jacksonville. G GleasonS all block 53, Eau Gallie! ................... 16 27 37 1 33
of my neighbors, not half as much as R. Johnson and family, left for They came G Gleason all block 54' Eau Gallie...................16127, 37 1 38 u'
"Citizen" would have the public believe their home in Cocoa, Tuesday. down the St. Johns on the first trip S G GleasonS lot 2. block 55, Eau Gallie..1. 2 14 p'H
which the steamer St. Sebastian made. G GleasonS lot 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 162737
be knows about mine, yet I have a pretty Capt. Charles Pierce came up from Mr. J. N. Waller of the Eau Gallie................................ 1627 37 2 09
'f good idea of the matter, and I venture Lake Worth to take the Illinois up to one Jupiter G GleasonS out lots 3 and 4, block 56, Eau Gallie UsU
the assertion that there are not two Indian[ river Inlet. Life Saving crew is at home for G GleasonS out lots 6, 7, 8 and 9, block 56: Eau

that have paid the owners the summer vacation. He and his Gallie...........?.................... ....... 16 27 37 3 93 1IJ1
ever
groves D. A. Allen is acting as superintendent mother will leave, in a few weeks for G GleasonS out lots 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17 and 18,1, TH
$5,000 per annum net income two yearsin at the Sunday-school until Mr. the north. Mrs. Wailer is still block 56, Eau Gallie................. 16 27 37 4 6& ass
succession. I will go still further and Mitchell is well enough to be out. sufferingfrom G GleasonS out lots 20, 21, 22 and 23, block 56, )I
state that I do not believe there are five the effects of la grippe and it is to Eau Gallie................................. 162737 2 85 U
in Rockledge, who when the Mr. A. C. Ammons came very near be hoped she will be greatly benefittedby G GleasonS : all block 57, Eau Gallie.................. 21 2737 1 74 W
growers show breaking his neck one day last week; the change. G Gleason all block 58, Eau Gallie.................... 21 2737 1 74 U
shipping season commences, can a while walking along the rail road track S G GleasonS all block 59, Eau Gallie._................. 212737 1 7-1 811K
clear balance of $1,000 each for the year's of his best Mrs. John Guthie and family, who G Gleason all block 60, Eau Gallie._..................21 2737 1 7-1
profits. As for myself, I always have to thinking girl most probably, spent the winter at the Hildreth place, S G GleasonS all block 61, Eau Gallie................... 21 2737 1 57
wait until I can get returns for my first judging from the expression on his face, left Tuesday for their home in Columbus G GleasonS all block 62, Eau Gallie! ................... 21 1 57all pF
he fell through the track and was badly G GleasonS block 63, Eau Galhe_................. 2737 1 fl1
shipments before I taxes 0. Before leaving Mrs. Guthie
can pay my hurt fellow. G GleasonS all block 64, Eau Gallie._................. 27 1 51 pC
poor
light as "Citizen" seems to think they Buzz. bought the Thompson place. She will G GleasonS all block 65, Eau Gallie......................21 27 37 1 51
-8 put up an eight-room cottage and otherwise G GleasonS all block 66, Eau Gallie................... 27 37 1 51 11
reIn view of these facts, and as he has improve the place on her return G GleasonS all block 67, Eau Gallie................... 2737 1 51 11
substantiate his first; LAKE WORTH. early in the fall. G GleasonS all block 68, Eau Gallie.................... 21 27 37 1 51 ,
totally failed to G GleasonS all block 69, Eau Gallie................... 21 2737 1 51 0U 0b
statement, I respectfully submit that it A little damper but the levees still CITY POINT. G GleasonS all block 70, Eau Gallie................... 2127 37 1 5T
is Mr. "Citizen" who is dashing the cup above water. G GleasonS all block 71, Eau Gal lie._................. 21 2737 1 51 11
of water in his opponents face. Another yacht club organized; further Mr. Tom Robinson is at home. The G Gleason all block 72, Eau Gallie.................... 21 2737 1 21
rf G GleasonS all block 73, Eau Gallie.................... 21 27 37 85 1t
Ignoring his original; statement, "Citi- particulars later. crew of the Life Having Station at Jupiter G GleasonS all block 74, Eau Gallie.....................21 2737 1 57 Il
;zen" in his reply, makes it a personal Prof. J. B. Bodwell and family, have has disbanded for the summer. G Gleasou all block 75, Eau Gallie................... 21 2737 1 21 t
matter, by citing my own affairs, and I left for Tennessee to remain permanently.A :S G olea-son all block 76, Eau Gallie....... ........... 2127 37 1 21 a l 1x
am sorry to say., with no more regard to residents have Our School Commissioners report that S G oleasonS all block 77, Eau Gallie.................... 212737 1 O"l 1 1f.
communication.I great many of our the slow payment of taxes embarrass G Gleasou all block 78, Eau Gallie. ................. 2127 37 1 7-1 f. 1
than in his first
facts, i left for the North and still more will go them in the prompt payment of the S G Gleason all block 79, Eau Gallie................... 2127 87 1 7-1 ,: tr
shall only notice two of his points.He teachers.Mr. Unknown n e # ofse I................................1727 37 40 2 45 r:: t
says: "Mr. Williams charged the soon.E. Unknown nwofse #................................. 17 2737 40 245swof ht
county $3.00 per box in January, and N. Gammon, who-was clerk of the II. H. Jenkins, of the Life : Unknown se #.................................17 737 40 245seofse :
$4.00 box in February for the Sub- Lake Worth the past seaon, left for the Station Service, is up on a brief visit to Unknown #...................................172737 4 245nof
per North on the 6th. his Gleason & Littlefield swandneofse 1-........182737 121 33&
family, now staying at Courtneywith
Tropical Exhibit" I sold no fruit to Unknown n e #............................................. 182737 160 4 26n
the county in February for$4.00 per box, Mr. J. P. McKenna and wife, are occupying Mrs. Jenkins' father Jas. LaRoche. Unknown wi.............................................18i737 160 4 26s
and if the bills on record show it, they Capt. 0.S. Porter's house duringthe The Florida Fruit Exchange has done Gleason & Littlefield s \ }............................................. 1927 37 1 4 26 t tI
are in error. After consulting with some absence of the latter and his wife in very well with those who have patron- Gleason & Littlefield s e i.............................................1 37 160 42t i
the north. Jno A Graham e t of 8 ofse # of n wi............... 202737 15 174
decided sell ized with the
of my neighbors, we to to comparing favorably Unknown n e 1 of n e #................................. 202737 40 2 45n
the county at $3.00 in January, $3.50 in Miss Susie Brown has finished; the best commission men. It is believed to Unknown w lof n e #.................. .............. 2027 37 4 2 45
February, and $4.00 in March, which, course of I lessons to the writing class at be a good check upon them. The Unknown s w 1 of n e #..................................202737 40 2 45
taking the quality of the fruit the care Jupiter, and is now sojourning with her sales of fruit have been most satisfactory.The UnknownS gel of n e } ................................. 27 37 40 2 45
G Gleason 9 w 1 of n w 1 except 7 acre to Blatch 2127 37 33 4 26
and less than mother at Palm Beach.
of
packing was
selecting ,
Steamboat Company have not yet I S G Gleason gel of n w t except 9 acres to Walton 212137 3l 4 2&v .
I.sold to private parties at my packing The Ruby Dye left on the 28th ult.1 delivered the mail at Sharpe's post- Gleason & Littlefield of 8 wi................................... 2S 27 37 80 2 45s
house. In this connection, I too am with a party for the Keys, and is not yet office. It is supposed they are waitingto Gleason & Littlefield eland 'v ................................ 292737 480 497all.
surprised that a man of the intelligence back. When she does return look out learn how much Mr. Wanamakerwill Gleason & Littlefield .............................. ................. &J2737 610 6 43
Gleason & Littlefield all................................................312737 64 6 43
usually credited to Mr. "Citizen, should for some big fish stories. allow them for delivery. In due Gleason & Littlefield aII..................._......... .................. 322737 610 643
have construed the average of a whole Mr. L F. Nash has purchased 10 acres time it is anticipated that a regular service Gleason & LittlefieldL w of set and wI........................ 33 27 37 4 497.
rop of oranges at the figures chargedand on the west shore opposite Figulus, and will be instituted.Mr. E Barber lots 1 and 4, block.12. East Melbourne 362137 8i
obtained for a few boxes of the finest L 0 GarretL sofseandsofsw #............... 72533160 209
and most carefully selected fruit, and will at once go to work clearing and set C. L. Faber has growing on his 0 GarretL sofseandsof sw t.............. 828 160 209wof
ting out pineapples on it. place a fruit of the Aurantiapomolocharacter. 0 Garret nwandwof sw 1-......... 1 1 209
jet, forsooth I he would have every box, Mr. E. B. Plunkett sold beans as highas It is a seedling of his own LO GarretT all................................................ 28135 640 6 43n
from the shipments of semi-green fruit in and 1"UV\ arretL : and s eland e of 8 11' #............ .18283.556( 6 70
seven dollars a crate, that he raised raising, a decided improvement up-
Koyember, drops culls, and all, sell as 0 GarretL eof eJandswandwofse 1
the fruit. A* the Tardiff be- .
the of the saved fora on his pine-woods homestead; and yet on grape and 8 w 1 of n e #........................ 192835 440 5 01
high as cream crop, lieved to be hybrid also, and one high
some folks still claim that nothing can a 0 GarretL all................................................ 2028 6 43
scarce market and higher prices in ly valued in regions where the fruit can
I 0 GarretL
be raised on white sand. be kept on the trees late in the season nkandnwofseandnofsw212S35 440 461nof
As for the modus
March or April. operandi 0 GarretL nwswof, nw 1 and
without from frost. These facts
by which he arrives at the net Mr. P. Lennon has ordered a steam indicate danger a future in varieties from cross w of 8 wi................................... 29 28 2 85
receipts of my crop, it is certainly novel engine and pump for irrigating purposes, fertilizers, of which we are only in the 0 GarretL e of n e 1V of nwands,302835 isc 491all.
and amusing, if nothing more. He should and also a small saw-mill to cut crates infancy of discovery.ExState LO 0 Garret Garret ............; ........... ..... 31 640 6 43swofneandofseandw322835

label it: "A new and easy rule for find. and shingles with, so as to utilize the Senator Delano and wife, of UnknownC lot 5, block 11. Melbourne............... 22837 461 1 02-
ing the net Income of any firm or person." engine when not needed for watering Volusia Co., are paying a visit to our T ClaytonUnknown n w cor 60x175 feet.hotel reserved lot r 28 37 1 61

Aa an illustration let us see how easy it purposes. section after an interval of nine years. lot 4, block 19, Ielbourne............... 2 28,37 1 61
Senator Delano will be remembered by Unknown lot 1, block 21, Melbourne................ 2 2837, 121s
and I "Citizen" will dearth of the
will work trust to
Owing a preachers ,
those interested in the construction of a Unknown I of Jot 1, block 24. Melboorne....... 228137 2 45
pardon me for in a measure using his lay-members of the Christian Union have I railway to this section as President of W E Rogers part of n e 1 ofse },described in Deed ,

own words. been conducting services in the.est the J., T. & K. W. Railway Co. duringits Book K, page 186, Melbourne......... 328137 j 1 18
Example 1. A. and B. form a part- Side school house, Judge A. E. Heyser constructing stages. They were pleased UnknownUnknown o part of lot 3............................... 2 28,37 15 6 OS)
for the of law. In the officiating the 4th and Mr. V. 0 with the evidences of progress on n \V 1 of n wi............................... 102837, 40 2 45n
nership practice on every band. The Senator is an enthusiastic E E Rounsyille of n \V }.........-....................... 1428137 80 785
course of a few years they build up a fine Spencer on the 11th. Sunday school is believer in the feasibility of extending Unknown n \V lof n e }.....-......................... 1628137 40 245-
practice, and it is safe to say that the held as usual. On the 11th owing to his the present line to Key West, UnknownH n'w 1 of 8 e #.................................. 40 2 45e
output of clients the past year was .leaving this section, Sup't. J. B. Bod and says that the 28 miles of water intervening C Christie e 1 ofse 1 .162837. 40 245"swofsw
between the main land and Unknown }................. ...............2831 -40 245s
500 than these well in his which
2,500, possibly more sent resignation; was the island is shoal, and can be bridged UnknownJ e 1 of 8 wi................. ............ .. 2.ne 40 2 45',
figures. The average fee per client, accepted, and Geo. S. Rowley elected 'to As he is a civil engineer acknowledged .S Westbroofc & Co 1......................................_ ) 28,37! 1601 1505.
,taking the schedule of fees adopted by fill the vacancy. ability the opinion has its weight. Continued on Page 5). '

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of Costs.H Costs. responsible for many of the ordinary ailments
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, Deed Book J in F Q Brown trustee all................................................ 8j35' 36' 640 $6 43 of humanity which, neglected, develop -
page 200................. 262837 3 $1 61 F Q Brown trustee of and into a serious and, perhaps, fata:
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n e } .. 27 28 37 10 1 57 12.......................................... 20 35 36 440 4 61 malady. Experience would suggest tbe-
Unknown off n w 1.-...................... 27 28 i7 40 2 45 F Q Brown trustee use of Dr. J. McLean's Liver and Kid
1-2 of
I Unknown n w } of 0 W }............................... 27 28 37 40 2 45 F Brown s n e J, n w J of s e J and s w } 283536! 280 317 ney Balm.
Q trustee
s w } ofne 1.2 of and 1.2 323536! 440 4 61
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S W 1 .. 35 28 37 40 '2 45 Unknown 8 w j of n wi................................ 25'3539!' 40 2 45 Frequently accidents occur in the house-
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j 1 FSmith s part off lots 5 35 28 37 40j 2 45 Unknown n w J of s w J................................. 253539: 40 2 45 hold which cause burns, cuts, sprains and
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lot J....................... 62838 20 1 57 Unknown n w } of n w J .............................. 343539; 40 2 45 bruises; for use in such cases Dr. J. H.McLean's \
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172838 19 1 38 Unknown s w \ of n w }................................ 343539| 40 245 Volcanic Oil Liniment has for
lot 2. .
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: I1Dknown .................. 172838 40 2 45'unknown Jno A Richards of many years been the constant favorite .
lot 3............................................ part n e i ofse }, des deed book, .
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lot 5...................
unknown .......................... 17 2838 36 2 45 J A Richards of ;; "i.d: ;
"I unknown lot 6................................ ............ part s } of s e deed book I, disordered condition of the stomach,
172838 52 3 36 page 634.............................,...... 93540 18 1 97 or malaria in the will lid
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produce
system
lot 7...... ..
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Shleppy j of 1.2 of 93540' 15 1 57 headache
n s s e } of set............... can remove this trouble by
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unknown ...........
.18.28 38 4 1 02 unknown s w } of s e J................... . ....... 93540 40 4 26 taking Dr. J. II. McLean's Little Liver
0 Garret lots 1 and 3....................................
L 332838 72 5 16 H H .
Harvey lot 1, b ock C Edgartown................. 10 35 40 1 02 and Kidney Pellets. 25 cents vial.
a L 0 Garret all............................................... 62935 640 6 43 R S Reynolds lot 200 ft per
on Magnolia st 300 ft ,
L 0 Garret all............................................... 82935 641 6 43 Palmetto by on A. beautiful woman must be healthy,
ave.... ...... ................. 103540 1 25 and to remain healthand beautiful she
LOGarret nlof oelelof owiswlof se Unknown n e l of n e }................. 22,3540; :; 40 2 45 should take '
Dr. J.
t and 8 wi..................,.............. 182935 361 4 29 Unknown j of ;, II. McLean's Strength-
s w n e J........... .... 3035,40; 40, 3 36 ening Cordial and Blood Purifier. It imparts
L 0 Garret n 1 of n w 1. 8 1 of nv i z wofse 1 Unknown s w J of se }..................35'3540' 40 4 26 tone and flush the skin -
and s w }.................................... 202935 361 4 29 F Q Brown trustee sV I of n eland s 1-2 of n w J and! I and blood to is strengthvigor adapteJfor
L o Garret e and s 1 of 0 wi.....................,... 302935 401 4 26 s .1, 2'363o 440 5 01 all pure from the; babe equally to the of
L 0 Garret 0 e 1, e of 0 W i and s }................ 32 29 35 560 5 70 F Q Brown trustee lot 2, 3, and 436'35,! 160 2 09 either sex.ages aged,

unknown n w lof 0 e }........?...................... 62938 40 4 2Gunknawa F Q Brown trustee n e J and s l 4..1, I I
u e 1 Of-8 e 1................................. 62938 40 426 s e J.,.'1236'35v ; I' 440 5 01FQBrowntrustee If the stomach performs its functions
unknown n e 10f 8 e t. in arrears for 1888....... 62938 ,40 4 26 1-2 of actively and regularly' the food of which it
\ of
n e }, s e } nv J, s w }, !, I J is the is
f'q receptacle transformed into Bloodof
E)1 Cable n e cor lot 3, described in Deed Book
1-2 of of 400 4 66
s e }, n e } s e \.'203G 35
F, page 509................................. 82938 I 25 4 66 F Q Brown trustee e 1-2 of s w i and s e .i22,3G'35' 240, 2 82 a and nourishing warmth quality, which furnishes
unknown n \v lof n wi......?....................... 8 29 38 40 4 26 F Q Brown trustee s w. \ of u e I, e 1.2 o f n w J, nV 10fl vigor to the whole looT, tbe-
John Biard lot 5..... ....................................... 102938 40 4 26 nwel-2ofseandnw J of s I J.remedy II. to McLean's give tone to the.stomach is Dr.

Peter holler lot 4.............................................14 29 38 34 4 26 . SC.( :> 280 3 97 and Blood Purifier. Strengthening Cordial .
Job! Biard lots 1, 2 and 3._.............................. 152938 100 6 05AnnieCarmtchall F Q Brown trustee s t21 f.n w J, n w T of n w }:s ::1 ofs 61 iI3 1

frac............................................ 162938 203 9 64' eland s w \.....,............., ........ 8,3635, 32Uj 3 93 The danger of a malarial atmospheremay
unknown n e of 0 W j................................. "32938; 40 4 26 F Q Brown trustee n e J of n w J and e 12......: ........... 30,36'35,, 360! 3 53 be averted if you will occasionally
01," Latham lots 1 and 2.................................... 35 29 38 82 4 26 F Q Brown trustee n 1.2 and e 1.2 of s e J, n w j of s e i 23635: 440 4 61 take a dose of Dr. J. McLean's Chills

C F Latham lots 2 and 3.................. ................. 36 29 38 82 4 26 F Q Brown trustee n e J of s e } and n e }.................... 3G,3&35200! 2 45 and Fever Cure.
F Q Drown, trustee 8 I of n I and 0 of 8 I.................. 2030' 35 320 2 09 F Q Brown trustee ra e j and w 1-2 of s w }, e 1-2 of n w !! Appetite and sleep may be improved,

F Q Brown, trusteeV 1t of 0 W and s wi.................... 223035 240 1 74 J, s e of s w }.............................. 23636 360 4 29 every part of the system strengthened and
F Q Brown, trustee w }........... ................................... 34 30 35 320 2 09 F Q Brown trustee n w J, w 1.2 of s w }, set of s e }.... 63636 280,; :317FQBrowntrustee the animal spirits regain their bouyancy
Unknown all Fleming's Grant in.................... ao 371296 6 43 nelsl-20fswt.n.wlof s w le I I I2 by the use of Dr. J. II. MeClean'sStrength

)- of set....... .......................... 8,3636, 360 4 29 : ening Cordial and Blood Purifier.
unknown all Fleming'8 Grant except lot as- 8 F Q Brown trustee all.............................. ................ 0.3636; 640, 6 43' Sudden change of temperature and humidity -
sensed to D F Cameron................ 30 38 109 34 F Q Brown trustee e 1-2 of s w J and w 1-2 of n wi...... S'3636' 160. 3 53 of the atmosphere often produce t

unknown lot 2................. ..................... .... 33038 67 6 05 F Q Brown trustee s e \ of s w i......... ....................... 0,3636;, '; 40'': 1 02 (disorders of the kidneys and bladder. Use
unknown is of lot 3....................................1130 38 20 4 26 T E Richards n 1-2 of s 1.2 of lot 2........................ 23640 18;, 2 45 Dr. J. II. McLean's Liver and Kidney
unknown n of lot 3............ ....................... 11 3038 20 4 26 Unknown 3 18 acres of lot 2..;.......... ............. 23640+ 18 2 45 Balm to check these troubles in their incip-
unknown n \V of s e }....,.... ....................... 153038 40 2 45 Florida Land & Mortgage 1 I I iency.

n P Gibson s e part of lots 2, 3 and 4, and 0 W Co, limited all............................................... 43640; 639 6 83 Dr. J. H. 1fei an's Chills and Fever
part of lots 5, G and 7.................. 253038 102 37 02 Unknown s e } of set... ............................... 6,3640, 40 1 4 26 Cure is gentle in action, and warranted
'Unknown lot 3............................................. 73039 48 2 45 Florida Land & Mort- certain cure. 50 cents bottle. a

D P Gibson lot 2.... .............................?........ 203039 40 3 36 gage Co limited ill................................................ '33640 63964S 6 83
D P Gibson lot 1............................................. 283039 36 3 36 Florida Land & Mortgage Cleanse \ breath with DeWitt's Lit-

Unknown frac.............. ..............................293039 22 3 36 Co, limited ill................................................. 43640 6 83 tle Early Risers, Dixon & Gray.
unknown all Flemin '8 Grant in..................... 3039 81 4 26 Florida Land & :Mortgage j His girl didn't go back on him because

D P Gibson lots 2 and 3 and s w of 8 e }...........113138 107 4 26 Co, limited all............................................... 253640 646 6 83 he used DeWitt's Little Early Risers.
D P Gibson s W of n wi.......................... ....,14 3138 40 2 45 Florida Land & Mortgage I

Unknown n of s wi.....,...............-............ 14 3138 80 4 26 Co, limited ill............................................... '6 36 40 640 6 83 APALACHICOLA, FLA., F b. 17, '89.
D P Gibson lot 1............................................. 153138 3G 1 74 Florida Land & Mortgage I Messrs. Lippman Bros., Savannah1
Unknown all Fleming's Grant in.................... 3138 7617 54 60 Co limited all.................... ......................... 35 36 40 640 6 83 Dear Sirs : I will write to inform you ,
unknown lot 2............................................. 4 3139 34 4 26 N W Frantz part of frac, s w i, des deed book G, I that I was afflicted with blood disease. I

unknown lot 5.......................:.................... 6 3139 17 4 26He page 325................................... 73641: 5 2 85 tried one bottle of S. S. S. and it gaTe-
Sill lots 7, 9 and 10............... ...:........... 10 31 39 113 7 85 Unknown s 1.2 lot 3. .................................... 83641 42 7 85 me relief. I was in bed seven months.I .
Unknown lot 3............... .............................143139 52 3 36 Sarah A Sager n, part lot 2................................... 93641 40 13 24 tried prominent physicians and they
unknown s w 1 of 8 e }................................. 203139 40 3 36 Florida Land & Mortgage I could not do me any good. I saw your
unknown s e I of 8 e 1.-........... 203139 40 3 36 Co, limited w J.............................................19,36, 41 160 2 49 advertisement of P. P. p. in the Apalachicola -
unknown lot 3.................................... ........ 213139 40 3 36 Florida Land & Mortgage -Is I Times and thought would try it.
unknown lot 4.......................:.............. ..... 213139 30 2 45 Co, limited e } of set. w 1.2 of s e J and w 1-2 t641 440 5 01 The bottle I got to-night makes seven or

unknown lot 5............................................. 213139 43 3 36 Florida Land & Mortgage eight, and oh 1 how good I fl'el-I have
YO Mohr lot 15, sub-div of lot 7..................... 22 3139 9 3 36 Co, limited all......... ...................................... 13641 640 6 83 been up ever since and at my business,

Unknown lot 1............................................. 2331 39 34 2 45 Florida Land & Mort Lumber Inspector. You may publishthis
'V H 'Vigfield lot I, 8u1Hliv of lot 1, east of river.... 27 3139 5 3 36 gageColimited s w \ of n w J, s e I of s w J, n 1-2 of if you desire. I have informed my

Unknown 8 w t of n e #................................. 293139 40 2 45 s wi.......................................... 2364 160 2 49 friends that P. P. P. is life, health and
unknown n w t of 8 e t................................. 2931 39 40 2 45 F Q Brown trustee lots 2 and 3 and s 1.2 of n e and
unknown s w t of 8 e t................................ 29 3139 4U 2 45 l-2ofsej.................................. 437 35 243 3 22
FQ Brown, trustee s w 1 of 0.\V 1. e I ofsw #......?....... 203235 120 1 74 F Q Brown trustee; //8 1-2 of n e j, set. lot 10................. 6 37 :36 280 3 17 (: SCOTT I
F Q Brown, trustee 8 I of n w 1 and 0 W 1 of n wi......... 263235 120 1 14 F Q Brown trustee n 1.2 of s w J and n 1.2... ....... ........203736 400 4 26 Why don't you cure that cough? DeWittl*

F Q Drown, trustee n w I of 0V I................................ 303235 40 1 02 F Q Brown trustee w J..............................:.............. 2a 37 3G 160 2 09 Cough and Consumption Cure will do it.
Unknown n w I of 0 e }..................... ........... 1 3239 40 3 36 Florida Land & Mortgage .18 This remedy is positively certain, prompt
unknown w I of 8 W t of 0 e }....................... 13239 20 2 45 : _Co limited_ ................................................. 1 37 40 651 6 83 and thoroughly satisfactory, if you have
unknown n e 1 of 0 wi................................. 33239 40 2.15 Florida Land & Mortgage tried it you know this statement t&bea fact..
unknown nV I ofse I ................................. 33239 40 2 45 Co, limited all.....................:. ....... ............... 23140 I 650 I 6 83 if you have not you are doing yourself. am
unknown is w I of 8 C }................................. 33239 40 2 45 Florida Laud & Mortgage injustice. It is sold by Dixon & Gray.

unknown net of n wi................................ 43239 40 2 45 Co, limited all...............................................1137 I! 40 640 6 83 Ask Dixon & Gray what De\Vitt'sLittle

unknown 8 e I of 8 e #................................... 4 32 39 40 45 Florida Land & Mortgage Early Risers are.
unknown lot 2....................................... ....113. 39 35 :2 45 Co, limited all.......... .................................... 40 642 G 83
unknown n e 1 of 8V }................................. 24 3139 40 2 45 Florida Land & Mortgage HAVE YOU CORNS ON YOUR
unknown 8 e lof 8 w }................................. 24132 39 40 2 82 Co, limited all.............. ...............................1337 40 641 6 83 FEET Then be happy for a relief from
unknown n e I of 0 e }................................. 353.39 40 45 Unknown lot 2............................................. 2337 40 67 3 36 your misery is at hand ; Abbott's East

1 unknown n w I of n e I................................ 353239. 40 2.15 Florida Land and Mortgage Indian Corn Paint is the cure.REWARD .
, F Van Valkenburg n } of 8 W 1.................................... 36 3'' 39 80 4 45".b : Co, limited n e I of n \V t................................. 2437 40 40 1 42

: Unknown s w I of 8 e }................................. 3G 40 :. Florida Land and Mortgage -
unknown s e I ofse }................................... 3G 1- 39 40 2 45 Co, limited s 1.2........... ................................. 2637 40 320 3 93 Is certain if reasonable effort is made to

l'unknown lot 1........................:.................... 203'0 )9 -.,. 45 Florida Land and Mortgage cure a cough by the use of DeWitt's Cough
unknown lot 6............................................. 30'3'I 40 40 4. 2G 9-3" Co, limited all:............................................. 40 638 6 83 :, and Consumption cure this remedy is cor-
and certain in its action and
j unknown lot 7.... ............................. .......... 303940' 21 1, Florida Land and Mortgage ect costa no
j unknown lot 1............................................. 313-) 40 50) 6 00F Co., limited. lot 3 and \V 1.2.............................. 36137, 40 400 4 66 more than unreliable it. For sale preparations Dixon &insist
I Q Drown trustee 8 e I of n e 1................................. 43335 I' 40 1 0.24) II A Pierce part lot 3. des deed book H. page 2-15 4'37 41 22 7 85 upon_ having by GrayADVICE.

F Q Drown, trustee all................................... ........... ) 624 6 T E Richards lots 2 and 3 except land sold to Pierce .
6'333 80 1 38 and Jf arsh................................. 41 113 19 04
F Q Brown trustee n of 8 wi.................................... 335 ) "Keep your heak cool, your feet warm,
F Brown, n w t ofse 1.................. .............. t 40 1 0'. Florida Land and Mortgage liver active and trust in God,"was the
F Q Q Drown, trustee trustee n e 1 of s w 1,8 W 1 of 8 eland n i Co limited a11............................. .................. G 37 41 658 6 83 your advice of a celebrated phpsician to a patient,.

0 f 8 e.1-....................................... 18,33 35.. 160 2 49 Florida Land and Mortgage you can regulate the action of your liver,,
f F e 1,81 ofsw I and 8 e I ............ :.0,333 I. ) 400 4 2G Co, limited all............................................... 731 41 636 6 83 kidneys and bowels by using DeWitt's Sar-

F Q Q Drown Itrn..n'trnRtl'A. .. trustee... n n} of 8V }................................ ... 22,33,35,, 80 1 3-8 James Halliday s 1.2..:.: ..........:.....:.. :......:...:......: 537 I 41 329 6 05 a saparilla, an absolutely reliable blood purifying -
-F -, ----- 8W I of 0e 1. n I of 0 e t. e of n w I II T E Richards part of frac net and 01 0 e t 01 n w t 9Ia 4 41 3u 6_ I remedy,.for sale by Dixon & Gray.

f f Q Brown, trustee and 8 w 1 of IS eland 8 wi......... 283335 I I 400 4GG G L Lucas lot 3............................................. 913141, )1 9 64 i
P of w t and 8 w 1 of 8 wi....... 34,3335, 80 1 38 UnknownUnknown Is e t of n w t................................. 9,3741, 1 38'' Xoilce to Creditors, Legatee.
,Q Brown, trustee 8 W 1 and n 0 of s w }..................... 3&33 35 240 2 82 'e 1-2 of s \V }................................. 9,3741, 401 2 45 and Distributees.
FQ Brown, trustee 0 II' I 2 45 ................................ 2 45T
13'33 1-2 of
wi.
of }. ..... .......................... 39 40 Unknown Iw 8 9,3141, All persons having claim and demands -
Unknown 8 e I 8 e 3 36 1.2.................. .......................... 16.37 41 320 6 43
J. 40 E Richards
lot 4............................................. 8:33: 40 against the estate of Benjamin
known' lot 7............................................. 833 40 46 3 36 Florida Land and Mortgage -Ie Lanehart, deceased, late of Dade count.
unknown lot 6............................................. 16133, 40 26 1 74 Co, limited ................................................17 37 41 640 6 83 as creditors, legatees or distributees, wll

lot S............................................. 30 2 45 Florida Land and Mortgage take notice that their claims must be
2 45 .... .. .. ... .. .. ................ ..... 1837 41 635 6 83
32 Co limited all... .. .
unknown lot 3............................. ............... 2133 40 presented within two years from date
lot 4............................................. 2133 40 39 2 45 Florida Land and Mortgage I hereof, or same will be barred ; and persons
, unknown lot 6............................................. 2133 40 32 2 45 Co limited all............................................... :;).037 41 640 6 83 indebted to said estate will make
unknown 1 57 ............................... 2137 41 160 3 53
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UnknownUnknown w
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\ lot 1............................................. 22 33,40, payment to my agent William M. Lane-
unknown 2 45 .. ...................... 21 3741 160 3 53
wi......... .. ..... ..
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unknown lot 2:...................:..... 278 33 33 (18 1203 53 hart at ,
........... 40 2 45 Unknown s e 1 ofse I and w 1.2 of 8 e }.......... 213141 W. M. LAXEHART
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unknown lot 2.. 28133 .. ... ........ ......... 63 7 85
of n Unknown lot 3 .......... ..... .. ... 22,3741 Executor of the last will and testa-
of nV I, n e 1 ,
t F Q Brown trustee n w I of n e 1, 8 !.. .. 1034 35 160 249w Unknown frac............................................. 23,3741 11I 26 ment of Benjamin Lanehart. 50-8w
... l;;;.... !; ;i. (;; .i".i f ; # Unknown n 1.2 lot 3...................................... 26,3741,, 40 6 05

f F Q Brown trustee 0 and w i ofse #........................... 14 3435 280 357 Unknown n 1-2 lot 4...................... .............. 2637! 41 401 1 6 m Master's Sale. '
of 1 and 8 i of s Florida Land and Mort- Under and by virtue of a final decree of
F Q Brown trustee n of n e 1...n...!......n...w...................... 240 3 22 gage Co, limited ,n 1-2 and s 1.2 of s e I, 8 e t of s w I 29 3141 5 01 foreclosure and sale.issued out of and under -
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f' w 1-.... of 8 e 1... ..... 23435, 120 1 741 UnknownUnknown .Ilot 3............................................. 313741 24 1 74 the seal of the Circuit Court of the 7th,
trustee e 12 of 8 eland 0 w I of : lot 4............................................. 3137 41 16 1 38 Judicial Circuit of Florida, in and for Bre-

F. Q Brown trustee s 1.2 of 8 w I,4.0.e...1..of....8Y......I.s....w...1......s. 36H 3200 2 85 Unknown lot 5............................................. 313741 18 1 57 vard county, in Chancery sitting in a certain -
f'Brown. 8 I and lot ........... 22H 36 80 1 38 Unknown 17 acres of lot 1........................... 33 37 41 17 2 45 cause therein pending, wherein Floyd
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F Q Brown trustee. s 1.2 of 08 I... ;. ........ S :H 40 H 3 36 Unknown 'e 33 acres of lot 2........................... 33 37 41 33 2 82 and New ins are and Stephen
i: Unknown lot 1.....................................?......... 5 :H 40 38 2 45 unknown lot.3............................................. 35,37, 41 42 9 64 Ryder et al., are defendants, I will, on the
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Unknown lot 2..................... 50 36 first Monday in Junesame being the 2nd
Unknown lot 3.................... :............... ."" 53440 13 45 day of the month and a legal sale day of
1-2 of wi.N..... 83440 160 All land advertised in this list is in townships south, ranges east.
Jno A Graham W 1.2 of n e I and e n 3 36 this court, between the legal hours of *ale,
unknown lot 2............................................. 21 34 40 23 2 45 E. W. HALL sell the following-described property, to- j
unknown lot 1.............................. ............ :HH 40 9 1 38 wit :
FQ Brown trustee e 1.2 of 8 e 1-....N.......................... 8 435 35 35 35 320 80 3 53 Collector Revenue for Brevard Co., Fla. Lot number one and the northwest quarter -
1.2 of 1 and 8 e I of the northeast quarter of section 15,
F $1.2 of n e 1, e
Brown sow
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: F Q Brown trustee 0 w t of n 8 I and n of n II' }...... 10135 35 200 120 2 55 Titusville, Fla., May 6th 1890. township 24, south of range 36 eat, situate j
F .81 ofsw I and s e I...... ............. 35 lying and being in the county of Brerard }
Q Brown trustee .183535 1 74
.. ...... 120
F Q Drown a 1.2 one I. n e I of 8 e I....... and State of Florida.
trustee
and I..2of. of sale cash. Purchaser to
ofse i w Term pay
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F 1-2 of 8 e i, n w }
Q Brown trustee a ............................................. 20 3535 440 5 6 01 43 for titles. s

FQ Brown trustee all._................................................ 28 303535 3535 640 647 6 43 SendusYourJobPrintin D. L. GAULDET Special Muter.W.F.WAT f
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F Q Brown trustee all._..... -" 320 353w'
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Q Brown 6 60 4t-0l.
trustee 660
F Q Brown trustee Iota 1 to 16 Jnclucsive....................... 63536 Complainant's solicitor.. y

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6 THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1890. -


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Master's Sale. :From the Land Flowers. f
NOTICE. HERE I .
Under and by virtue of a decree of Longwood, Fla., Oct. 29, 1889. AM :
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED foreclosure and sale rendered by the :Mr. A. B. GIRARDEAU, Savannah, Ga. AGAIIUf

will be' sold at Public Auction on the ((2nd) Second Day of June, A. D.1890) judge of the Circuit Court of the Sev- DEAR SIR:-I have fully tested the -f

f / 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 sq much thereof as will be necessaryto chancery at chambers for the countyof sent me and have to report 15 cases of fG
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
a with the.costs of sale and advertising: February, A. D. 1890, in a certain cause cured. Not one failure. With some
wherein The Florida Agricultural Col- experience as to the demands of Georgia J.V.\ ROGERS
lege, a corporation organized and exist- and Florida, and especially in the south- c-
O\yner. Description Amount. ing under the laws of the State of Florida eastern part of this State, I know of no Pr.r

-' is complainant, and Sarah G- Gleasonand remedial agent so worthy of general use Before an intelligent
appreciative
and
William H. Gleason are defendants, as yours. Whoever originated it is a rt
o H Q Hawley lot 1 \'ager's sub.dh'ision lot 3, block A. $ :3 75 I will sell at public outcry, in front of public benefactor ICours.trulv; discriminating public, presents himself
T H Sanders s of e 1j of lot 2, block D.._.....;.......... 3 00 the court-house door of Titusville, Bre- F. GOVE, and makes his bow .
Unknown n 50 feet of lots 1, 2 and 3, block E..9 00 vard county, Florida,on the first Mondayin Missionary Florida Baptist Country on announcing that be _

unknown t t lots 1, 23 4, 5.6, and 7, block F........... 00 June. A. I). 1890! the same being the Indian river and its vicinity. is a candidate for their favors, good
unknown lot 1, bock} G, fronting 52 1.2 feet on. second day of the month, during the \ wishes and-cash.
Washington avenue running to Indian legal: hours of sale, for cash to the highest Advice to Mothers.
River, described in deed book K, page bidder, the following: described real Mrs.' WntSLovr'a SooTHisoSiacpahonldalways::
." 230................................................. 30 00 estate, to-wit: be used when children are cutting teeth. It relieves > As 1
Mrs M E Titu lot 1, block 11..................................... 45 A tract of land in the village! of Eau quiet sleep the little,and su the rererat little cherub once;producesnatural awakesas"brightas blood is thicker than water, so is .

Unknown lot 2, block 11.................................... 30 Gallic, Brevard county, Florida, described a button." It is very pleasant to taste. It cash bettr than credit. He prepeee to -
6 William Davis lots 1 and 3, block K............................ 1 50 as follows, to-wit : All of block soothes the chi ,softens the gums,,,llaysallpain, of the .-
,and out
regulates the bowels is the best known reined get old rut and
Unkno\\"u.' .. lot 1, block L..................................... 75 "C"of said village: said block being for diarrhoea, whether arising from teething or j Sell bk 1W
unknown an of ten lots, block 1..;....................;.. 7 50 bounded on the nwrth by "Fountain other causes. Twenty-five cents a bottle. Goods at Rock Bottom Prices for bard .

C unknown lot 3, e sub-dh'ision, block 4.................. 75 Park," west by Pineapple avenue, south Cash. ...
unknown W'- lot 1, old block 4, as per map................. 2 25 bJ Jouset street and east by Indian River, Many PersonsAre Se'lIe
31r:5 M Owens lot 7, block S.......................... ........... 1 50 according: to a survey made by William broken down from overwork or householdcares
Mrs M E Ensey' lot !J block 50 Brown's Iron Bitters
II. Gleason, a map of which is now on handles first-class line
Unknown lot 7 block 50 rebuilds the system,aids digestion, removes excess a ofClothing
record in Brevard the said
county ; of bile, and cures malaria. Get the genuine.
r, Mrs 1\1 E Titus lot 9, block 8..1. 50 block being the block on which the Agricultural : w
Mrs M E Titus, agt. II T 'fitufollot G, block GO College: building is situated, LADIES
Unknown \v 1.2 of lot 20 Needing a tonic,or children that want building
or as miich.thereof as will be sufficient % should take
unknown e 1.2 of lot I, block 11......................... 2 10 to satisfy said decree and costs of sale. >.s.BROSYN'S IKON HITTERS.
unknown- rot 4, block 11........ ............................ 1 50 Purchaser; to pay for titles. It is pleasant to take,cures Malaria, Indigestion ,
,and Biliousness. All dealers it.
Mrs 1\1 E Titus, agent lot H, block 11............ ............ ... ..... 75 JAMES SANDERS, keep it
Mrs M E Titus, agent lot a, block 17..................................,.. 1 20 Special Master. HINDERCORNS. Both Ready-made and to Order. .
Unknown lot 5, block .17.................................... 1 20 Beggs) : & Palmer and Bobbins & Graham The only sure Cure for Corns. Stops all pain. Erwnrefl J s
James T Small lot I, block 18.................................... 1 60 solicitors for complainant. comfort to the feet.15c.at Urnjrjn.st3. Uucox::&Co.,N.Y._ S
James 'J' Small lot 2, block 18..1. 50 2 5t o CONSUMPTIVEAR His 11

James T Small lot 3, block 18..................................... 2 2i U"' Mronrhitit. Asthma, Imliptstionf Cue
Unknown lot 9, block 18 ....... ........................... 1 21) XOTICC.rn fE 'Sb CINCER TONIC Hhascured
the wojN-l cane*Slid is the best remedy fur all ills arising
unknown tot 12, block P 1 95) from defective nutrition. Take in tune. We. and SL

unkno".n. lot 1, block 22..................................... 30 Circuit Court of the 1th Judicial Circuit Gents' Furnishing Department f
Poyntz'& Nolle 12 lots, all of block 23.......................... 3 00 of the State of Florida, Jirevard ,

Unknown tot .1, block 25...................................... 2: county, A. D. 1800.Vignell HHRES'25a r
unknown lot G, block 2.).................................... 2 \ &Tweltridge } !<* Complete. :Nobby Hats from :

unknown lots 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5, block 26................. .75 vs. I Attachment. ,- :- "- first-class hands, and Shoes to suit the t
Mrs M E Titus, agent 12 lots, aU of block 27.......................... 2 70 The Indian River I Amount sworn HIRES' IMPROVED" -
C J Hector lot 10, Hobbins & Graham's addition to Land & Improv'm't l to $7,892.09. 251 most fastidious. Trunks Valises tad

Titusville ...................................... GO Co., a corporation ROOT BEER! ': Hand Satchels, too low to quote. I I
Unknown lot 2$, Robbins & Graham'g addition to existing: under the I I Damages claim'tl UUBUIII. DOBOIUNCORtTBAlNINa CASH7MA0C

Titusville....................................... 195: law of the State of \ :816,000. THIS PACKAGE MAlES NYE CoUtO!!.
James T Small lots 45, 48 and 49, Robbins &Graham's New York. J For fine Cigars and Tobaccos he cannot

addition to Titusville.......... ............. 3 75 To the defendant corporation and all ROD BEER.e
be excelled
Unknown lot 16 and 17, Jo'ncn'il1e addition to other persons interested : in the county.I .

tU8ville....................................... 45; You are hereby notified that a writ of most APPETIZING and XTHOLESOJCB
unknown e 1.2 of lot 21, Joynen'ille addition to attachment has been issued against you TBMPERANCB DRINK In the world.

Ti tusville....................................... 15 and your property attached to satisfy the Delicious and Sparkling. TRY IT. earnestly ask inspection of my
unknown lots 22 and 23, JOJnerville addition tu'fitus'ille demands of the plaintiffs above set forth. Ask your Druggist or Grocer for It. Goods before

........ .............................. GOA And, now. unless -ou shall appear before C. E. HIRES PHILADELPHIA. buying elsewhere.J. .
unknown lot 54. Joynen'ilIe addition to Titusville. OS the Judge of our said Court, at the
unknown lot 56, Joynerville addition to Titus\'ille. 08 Court House in Titusville, in said Count Neuralgic Fersons 1\". Holers.

Bradford Godfrey lot 23, Uerdell's addition to Titusville..... 15 of Hrevard, on or before the 7th day And from those care or troubled overwork with will nervousness be relieved by resulting taking
Unknown '' lots 25 and 26, UerdeIl'8 addition to Ti- of July, A. D. 1890, the same being Rule Brown's Iron Bitters. Genuine

tu8vi11e........................................... 6S Day, and plead or demur to the declaration has trade mark and crossed red lines on wrapper.PIANOSORGANS1 GEO. E. CHASE. A. O. CHAPPELL.
unknown lot 31, Uerdell's addition to Titusville...... 15 of plaintiffs herein filed, judgment r"
L B Bigelow lots 37 and 38, n. rddl' addition to Ti.J. will be rendered against you by default GEO. E. CHASE & CO., '

.} tusville.................................. ....... 3 00 and your property sold to pay the debt. ,
Unknown. : lots 39 and 40, UerdeU's addition to Ti Witness the Honorable J no. D. Broome, SHIP CHANDLERY

'" tusville .......................................... 30unknown' Judge of said Court, as well as A. A. ands The invented improved by method us. ill one o'fuatenmx ot the meet strings 1111H..rtantimproYf'm..l1tl' of Pi.
I
lot 49, Rerdell's addition to Titusville..... 15 Stewart, Clerk of said Court, and the ever made, niak-n:: the instrument HARDWARE
G 'V Mackenzie ,', lot 53, Herdell's addition to Titusville..... 15 seal of said Court, this the 15th day more richlv musical m tune. more durable.and less ,

Unknown lot 56, Herdell's addition to Titusville..... 2 25 of March, A. D., 1890. liable limit t<>the get M out unknown lot 67, UerdcIl'g addition to Titusville..... 15 [L. S.] A. A. STEWART, cbufly that which ill the chief excellence in ns
unknown lots I, 2 and G, block A, Fishers addition 4S Clerk of the Circuit Court. allY musical nistruineut, quality ot t"i) -. Otherthings FISHING GEAR, SPRUCE LADDERS. "
though uuporUiit.' mach less th\n
Titusville................................... 1 20 --- -- ------.-- this. An instrumentwitirunnAtsicaltones arc so cannotbe Agent for Devoe & Co.'s Paints, Tale .
unknown ;t lot 1, block n, Fisher's addition to '1'itusyille JYotice. jrootL Illustrated catalogues) of new styles, introduced Life Preservers, .Tent & Awning Co.,

.............................................. 30 this season, sent free. Patent Anchors. I-
,. One month after date hereof I <:
unknown. lot I, block C, Fisber's addition to Titusville willapphto MASON & HAMLINOrgan
the Honorable Minor S. Jones County BOAT EAR OF ALL
I ............................................... 30 HINDS.
and Piano Co.
Judge of Brevard county, Florida, for lea'eto Correspondence Solicited.
unknown lots 3 and 5, block C, Fisber's addition Telephone p
sell the land in said
to 'l'itu8ville.................. ................. 60 to-wit following county, BOSTON, NEW YORK, CHICAGODETECTIVES. 266. ,_.
lv S Graham. lot J, map deed book I, page 506, Enig'8. Beginning: on the east side of a public --- --- jYos. 88 $ 90, E. Bay 'St.,
addition to GO
road at the northeast corner of a tract of
Unknown .' lot IJ, map deed book I, page 50G, Einig's land now owned by :Mrs.: Mary Young, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. FSO .
addition to. Wanted la seer, Gouty. Shrewd mtn to Ml under Initructioa -lyr. .
GO said 560 feet south of the ..
being north
point la oar Secret S rrlc Bxpertone no'ntetMarj.Par oD1a.r.tra.Gramiun .
unknown -. lot :\1, map deed book I, page 506, Einig's line of section 21, township 27 south, range Detective Bureau iUICdlC1:1u a. IF

addition to Titusville........................ 60 37 east, and 1613 feet east of the quarter THE MUSIC HOUSE 'OF FLORIDA.
John .Einig,, ; 1 tract of land bounded n by Robbins & section post on the north boundary of said I WANTEDby an old reliable I
'1' .. Graham' addition, a by Canaveral section ((21)) thence east variation 2 55'east AGENTS ,;. ,large profits
street, s by Tropic street, w by DeLeon 440 feet on to J. O. andC. II. Walton's Sample free. A rare op A. B. CAMPBELL

a street.............................................. 7 50 line, to Indian River, thence northward portunity. Jeo. A. Scott, 842 BVay, N. Y. I
John Einig ;. \ 1 tract bounded 11 by Broad street, e by along the river shore 100 feet, thence south NESS A HEAD NOISES COIEBbrJeck' Jacksonville Fla.
Canaveral street, s by Robbins & Gra- 84 west 420 feet, thence south 10 east DEA r LNVIMBLE TUBOUI CAi I

ham's addition hy DeLeon street..... 7 50 along the east side of said road 63 feet to orUbU.. .-fal..II..aJl CUSHIOIS.. K./......Whispers.IUI.[.Idly heard.,.HI3COX.; Cons Knabe Pianos Weber Haines
Unknown \V 1.20 n e 1, except land of Jones & the point of beginning, containing 76-100( Ml/,Iii *4.al.Iw I.... Writ for ....k.t pr..to fUX.PARKER'S Bros.' Pianos Morris Pianos Pianos Wilcox, & I. ,

Ronald, G5 acres............................. 7 50 acres, more or less. White ,
International Telegraph Co main line and instruments.................... 1 50lv Said land belonging to Chris. :M.: IIous Organs and Chicago Cottage
A Raw18 blocks 34 and 35, n 212 feet of block 36, ton, a minor, of said county, and to be sold HAIR BALSAM Organs.I

rest addition of 1'itusville............... 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's addition MAnY V. HOUSTON: Never growth. station High Grade
to Titusville... 9 00 Fail to Restore Gray
'V S Norwood 'Guardian of Chris. :M.: Houston. Hair to its Youthful Color.
lot 3, Coleman's addition to Titusville.... 4 50 I
Dated this 30th 1890.NOTICE. Prevents Dandruff and hair failing
Unknown lot 3, block B, Coleman's addition to Titusville. April oOo-andJn.OOaCHICHESTER'S Oro,""""

.................. ........................ 75 -- -- --- ---- PIANOS I
unknown lot 4, block B. Coleman':5 addition to Titusville. J ." .. ENGLISH

.............................. 75 PENNYROYAL PILLS
In Circuit Court the 7th Judicial
for Circuit "
to Titusyiple \ \; .
unknown lot S, block 8, Titus' addition lUscl Cross Diamond Brand.

..........................................'..... 3 75 of Florida, in and for Brevan ore.Tb..lyft Ladle. Mk ablel'lU Pr.cc for<...t!.for. l'at'ean4 U"1Ha- OR I
unknown ,,: blocks, 1, 2, 3! 4, 5.and 6, Carpenter's addition county. ". nuad lrud,.I.Take red BO.'=::..8w44..srtdw11kbl..rtbboa. .
l1tusvll1e............................ 13 50 John W. Curtis ) ('lUmpi)*for p.ar..i.al>n and MKeU for
I Ldlea. Is ,
unknown d w 1.2: uf lot 7, Carpenter's addition to vsv > Bill for Divorce. CU kMter CimUi C..,MAdlMM by maU.bq.,I'klUiU.Ta.4MM/teMr.

Iltus\'II1....................................... 1 .0 Susan W. Curtis.It J ORGANSFOR
appearing by complainant's bill in

JOHN MYERS the above stated cause, which said bill 4JLi'5t
is sworn to by complainant, that the defendant LESS;
MONET: than tU
Collector of Revenue in and for the Town of Titusville, Brevard County, Florida. Susan W. Curtis, is a nonresident United State I WW ship any a other Piano ooaa or Organ* in to
of the State of Florida, and that How any honeit man or woman oa trial and ii net
Titu ville. Fla. 6th 1890. Lost How
May Regained.KNOVTHYSELE
the residence of said defendant is un- satisfactory I will pay freight both way. >3*
cash and )10
month
a on*Piano and$10 caah andS
A. L. Hatch & Son known, and that said defendant is over TH JENCE.oF $ a month on an Organ till paid for-not much
of more than ordinary rent. On these liberal
very
twenty-one years age. -
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DEALERS Drugs Drugs Drugs It is hereby ordered that the said llfE terms FREE CATALOGUE anyone can own containing a instrument full information Send 1o$

Susan W. Curtis be required to answeror beet Music.Strings,V>>tin_. Banjos Guitars. Aecordeons
DRY GOODS NOTIONS demur to the bill in said cause on or and in fact, every Musical Instrument
that is made,and at low
very prices. Send for complete
A Assortment of before the second day of June, A. D. Catalogue I nave 20.000 piece. of Choice
Hardware Crockery Saddlery DRUGS, 1890, or the same will be taken as confessed / Music at 10 centafper copy.
Family MediPATENT, MEDICINES and this be ordered publishedonce A. B. Campbell, Jacksonville, Fla. 5
Stationery, a week for four weeks in The Florida THE SCIENCE OF LiFE
cines Garden SebJs SYRINGES Scientific and Standard Popular Medical Treatise
Star, a newspaper published in said on the Errors of Yonth.l'reamureDetliue,:Nervous AGENT* WANTED AI f| lest and finest fab-
CHOICE GROCERIES, STATIONERY FANCY & TOILET county. Witness A. A. Stewart, Clerkof and Physical Debility,Imparities_ot tie Blood. TO SELL PiNLESS |U 11 rics without pids.
ARTICLES said County, and the seal of said CLOTHES-LINES; llU Clothes do not
Hay, Corn, Mapes Fertilizers. Kept constantly hand.Physicians' Court at the Court-House, Titusville, no more clothes- R111A freeze to it and
CITY POINT, FLORI n.'. Prescriptions on Florida, this 25th day of April, 1890. ; pins needed. It UIHJ\ cannot blow off.
compounded at all hours. carefully [L. S.] A. A. STEWART, holds too hear- | IllUlt Is a perfect
Clerk of Said Court.D. winter line. Sample line sent by mail for

C'fj S II L'iii. 1\! : &, C 0'. J. B. SCREVEN, Druggist, L. Gaulden, Complainant's Solicitor. Resulting from}'ollylee,Ignorance,Excesses or 50c., also 50ft. line by mail 81.25 prepaid.For .
I l THTSVILLE, FLA. 2 5t Overtaxation, Enervating sail unfitting the victim circulars, price list, terms, address the
for Work Business,the>rarrieJor Social Relation.
: PJ LESS CLOTHES: LINE CO.
JACKSONVILLE FLA. Avoid onakilirnl
pretenders Possess
this
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crest
I, I work. It contains SDO pages,roralSra Beautiful 17 Hermon St., Worcester, Mass.
CrockerGlassware, c. -'ECTOa.. Schooner MANATEE binding,emboewi,full pit Prite only! *1.00 br
mail
j ,postpaid,concealed in plain wrapper. UlnstratiT -
I .Prospectus Free,If von apply now.' The t I MADE WITH BOILING WATER.
1I.OllSi-Ftllishillg, Hardware and J. W. ZELLEKS, Master. dUUnOTished author,Wm. II. Parker, >L D. re
: ceived th.GOLD AND J EWEU ED MEDAL
Lan"tps.-Oilj $- YaporStoves, f t This 28-ton Yacht can be charteredfor from the National Medical A9 ocla.tlan for Epps'sGRATE1'ULCO)1FORTI

Gate City Stone Filters. General Produce all points up and down the river, on PHYSICAL this PRIZE DEBILITY.Dr.Parkerand ESSAY on NEItVOUS teorps and
the coast, or to the Bahamas. of AMistant Physicians may be consulted confldeatiallj G.
We solicit the'.patronage of Commodious, safe and good accommo TIlE by mail or in person, at the office of
our neighbours of the MERCHANT. dations. Further particulars address PEABODY MEDICAL INSTITUTE CocoaIADE
order Balflack St.,Beetea,Ma a.,to whom ail
EAST COAST. for books or tetters for advice should U
Melbourne. Florida. TITUSTIIJLE, FLA.
._ directed as aboTe. ) WITH BOILING WATER.






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f __ : =:: THE FLORIDA STAR THURSDAY, ,MAY 22, 1890. 7 t

Dr. Acker's English Pills TElE r-
:
effective and purc. For TB..OPIOAL: : TR4T1V'S: LINE.
ire ictive, sickkttdache TriEBESTSPRlHG
; JACKSONVILLE
, disordered stomach, loss of TAMPA & KEY WEST SYSTE31. "The

?rtetit bad complexion and biliousness SCHEDULE
<% IN EFFECT MARCH 27, 1890-CENTRAL STANDARD TIME. MEDICINE ?
. have never been equaled, either in Going South, Reid Down. llcivca nreeoftbrilll.
I Africa ot abroad. For sale by Dixon '. STATIOXS. Going worth, Read Up. aat white Ucht ot&5 cuuila
power.Purer&rid brighter iNTflEWORLD Is
4 Gray, druggists. 600pm S 125pm 8 JacbonTille Arrive than cu light; ..Ctertha3
900am 1159am
5
630 'lOOam 3 W 950 Wpm electric ligbt-more
8 20 4 55) (IArrive St Augustine Leave 730 104;; 410 6 :5 I _- > cbeertnl than either.
I Our Very Best People Palatka 8 f,0 5 OSli6 Y. A. martdnut Khtfroai
26;
t6 I ? Ormond :118 '." ordinary lamp Olif3J
45 ..
Confirm our statementwhen say that Daytona t7iO Seeing is Believing
j i :,;F:! A "",
'i 1 Dr tickers English Remedy is in every 400pm H tOpe 830amlLE-ave Jacksonville 3Oam112 1 i i I It is indeed. Never
to : nd all other 5 45 139 9 39 Arrive 6 4Opm 645pm '. needs mmtng, never
1 -.q superior any preparations Arrive Green Cove Spring Lean 1 624 11 29am S 41) smokes nor breaks
1 1S
235 10 ..
for the Throat and Lungs. In 5" Palatka k
; 8 U 339 U 4'5 1045 445 chi>xneys.never"smellaail : ASASPR1NPMEDICINE.
. Whooping Couch and Croup, it is magic 100; 35 1145 1 OSpm" DeLand Seville II.. 305 810 6::6 220i 3 34 ; ,, of the,no oft climbing;" no flickering of the .TC* pp ,

I and relieves at once. We offer you a i 10 :0 4 2'1 12 -I8am U Orange City Junction 149 828 226 1' +d" Same kind.,annoyance and of CUREANDTON2UP
11110 50'1 120pm I' .. I any can-
sample bottle free. Remember, this 4 57 .. anford 115 7:0 US j I not explode. And THE GENERAL

Remedy is sold on a positive guarantee t 6 ftO .. Enterprise Titusville "". 1 545 n 1 bestdeaitgttesaclenrswhitebykt,10 to 20, AILMENTS OFHEPbysteiani
& I 1015aw 6 01) 313: I. I times hize A brilliancy
gold by Dixon Gray, druggists. Orlando. 1140 631 I 1155 =
,10 00 700 Tampa 7o 8 .O I $; lamp of any Finished ordinary in elc.cr AOUM a tiQ r

A Do Not Suffer Any Longer. I Brass InckeU' Gold cr

that cough be checked 120iam 2 pmll0' 55am I Leave P.latka Arrive 10-lOam+ I + Antique ronze. Also
Knowing a can 140 329 1135 Arrive t" 1240pm Tile Gladstone Extension Study Lampfor
, in a day, and the first stages of con- 315 402 1211Im" Interlacben I1awthorno Leave.1 9 918 55 11 l'a Clergymen, Editors, Students, Teachers,
1000
I broken in week 41 S 430 1235" Rochelle .. I Professors, Lawyers, Physicians and other
Himption a we hereby 855 2:0: 90;;
5 20 i 00 professional men.
110
'
guarantee Dr. Acker's English Cough 5 ;;5 117 .. Gaineaville 7 40 145 .40 The Gladstone
t Orange Lake I i 4" 1 49 Banquet Lamps.
Remedy, and will refund the money to t 630 2 13" Ocala ? I 'loo 12 b5 The Gladstone Piano Lamps.

ill who buy take it as per directions, 930 805 5 40 35 i ""' PeUlhertou LeesburK "" I 50 10 SHam \ t Fend for price list. Single,: lamps at hole- 0

and do not find our statement correct. 1010 635" roobville "' 935 835 sale price,boxed and sent safely by express.
9 05 6 '' I CSP: Get our prices. Seeing is believiny."
Sold by Dixon & Gray, druggists. 35 .. Eustis I' j 910 t
915 TaV3rp8 .. ,,113aam 855 GLADSTONE LAIttP CO.,

The First Symptoms of Death. Daily t Daily 71 Park Place, New Perk.J .
; except Sunday. Trains
1 leaving Jacksonville 8::';0 a. m. and Palatk 4:20 p. m are
daily between Jacksonville and Palatka.
Tired feeling, dull headache, pains in CONNECTIONS e
:; : At Jacksonville with diverging lines north e-uiand west. At chance City Junction
. various parts of the body sinking at the I for Orange New
City femjrna and Lake Helen. At Jupiter with J. k L W. Ity. for Lake Worth. At San
: pit of the stomach loss of appetite, fever- i ida ford with O. u. Ry. for Oakland. Tarpon Brings, Clearwater and Gulf Coast points and with South Flor-
ighness pimples all Ity for WlJJter Park ?:Ialtlantl. etc. At Tampa with Plant bteamohin:; Line for Kej West Havana and
or sores, are posith'ceridence
Mobile and for Manatee River points At Punta Gorda with steamers Havana endorse P.P.P. M a iplendlj eorabtoaUon.
for Key Wet, Puntadiflv
of poisoned blood. No and prescribe It with mat aattafactlos for tbs carat of
matter lrwlimv8 and Fort Myers- Pullman Palace Buffet sleeping cars on through fast mail train all form..an"ft*!***nf Prtmnrr. O<*ondry and Trrtt-
bow it became poisoned it must be purified ork and Tampa without change.; For information call ou or address o

to avoid death. Dr. Acker's Eng- D. F.JACK, General Manager. G. D. ACKERLY, Gen'l Passenger Agt.

lish Blood :Elixir has never failed to re- JACKSONVILLE
}'LOIUD.MALLORY'S .\.
move scrofulous or syphilitic poisons. THE INTERNATIONAL TYPEWRITER
-- ---
Sold under positive guarantee. Sold by -----

Dixon & Gray, druggists. a
NEW YORK-FLORIDA LINE sty sjpbilis.Syphilitic Kbeutn tum,ScronUovs Ulcers
That Terrible Cough and Sores,Glandular Swelling, Kbeumatlim,Malaria,
old Chronic ricethat hive resIeied l ali treatment.

.: In the morning, hurried or difficult --

breathing, raising phlegm, tightness in m .
i the chest, quickened pulse, chilliness in New York, Philadelphia, Boston & Florida. ? Id"x"t :

the evening or sweats at night, all or any ; .
of these things are the first stages of Sailing from ) FERXANDIXA, Fla., Every THURSDAY.j

consumption. Dr. Acker's :English j XEW YORK, Every FRIDAY at 3 p. m. Catarrb.Mem l11.e_*. ixiema Carenlc teroale Complaints -

Cough:; !Remedy will cure these fearful IRON STEAMERS .Mercurial. Poison,Tatter and Ucaldbead.etc.etc.
P. P.P.1 a powerful tonic an excellent appttlier -
j fjmptoms, and is sold under a positive

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


NEAT AND PROMPT. 4 __ State Texas: A .trktlv first-<'la"s machine:1> fu '-d and
E' Call Williama.t made trot very best. materials, bj :. krnu
: and with bet tools ever devised f- 'l"rolle.
City of": San Antonio Warrrnted to do all tbat cau he r8 ''pcted ,bulldlcg up tie system rapidly. .
,. of the very best typewriter extant. Capable" of writ Ladles wboae systems are poisoned and whose Mood
''At 1*In an Impure condition tine p tnennraal I nlar1-
CapL Wilder. Inc I'iO words per minute, ormore.according to the
ability of the operator PRICE I'00.Addresi .
-FOU- TA1SIMI :M'FG. {'n., ES
Passengers from Tittisville Indian River and East Coast poi ta. arriving in Jacksonville from J.. T. Agents wauted PARISH N. Y. : \ P p. 'Cf.U'R

( &adrertiiied K. W. Uailwaj, make connection with morning. and afternoon trains for Fernandina. aud Steamers as -- -- -- -. ,.F'R' 1! A

Passengers arriving Wednesday and Thursday evenings will be cared for at Fernaudma.Ixjave t EtBIES fA 9RlTfy ;, ,: ,,_ I' 'Jn

New York. STEAMERS. Leave Fernandina.

Friday, April 35; ,.........-.............ST.ATJOF TEXAS,..................Timrsdiiv, May 1 ties are p.nllarlj benefited by,the wonderful orate aD4LIPPMAN
t ,
blood cleanilug propertie*o( P.F,Prickly Lab foks)
JOB PRINTING Friday, May *!,..........................KIO GKANDEThurwlav, 8 y Knot and Potassli m.

Friday, 9,.......................STATE OF TEXAS.Tliursday, 15

Friday, 1C,.......................... lao GRA\DE.Thursday, 2:5

For General information apply to
T. JL CUTLER Gen. Pass Agent, 77 West Bay Street, Jacksonville Fla. rt
G.1.. HUBBY, Agent,foot of Centre street, Fernandma, Fla. -
Or to H. B. MERSEY, Indian Rtver Ticket Agent, Titunville, FU;
C. H. MALLORY &: CO., General Agents, Pier 20, E. R., N. Y.

THE 1HEBMWODWORK BROS., Proprletoro
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--- --- ----- - ---- ----
'-sccli AS- WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS

e Olydo JStest3CO.sSli.ip> CC>. NWHQMfttWNG'yiACHINCftOltANGC: a Af ee$15 MASS Uppman Block. SAVANNAH.- -C.\.


\ New York Charleston & Florida Lines.!! CHICAGO.". 28 UNION 5QUARE.N YAtFR Cl5t9SLIOUIS.MO.
J\TLANTA.G.q "=" HOW?
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LETTER-HEADS, : j "Can the world know man has a gootf

__ thing unless he advertises the possession
i of it.-V AMDltRBILT.

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FROM NEW YORK CITY. T4YLIIi: wherever you live,and

Magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed to sail as follows : T>Ir. A. II Hav kes- 'ear Sir: Your PATENT :1. we will ship you &
EYE GLASSES received sometime since, and am
STATE3IEXTS (Standard Time.) very much graphed at the oudfr'ul change that ,, fine instrument on 15
New York to Jacksonville. Jacksonville to New York. ban COllienv..r my eyt-nj-htfeinc- have discarded l l ql Days' Test Trial in
r my old glasses aUld am now wearing jouru.ALKXANUFR .
Pier 20, E. lliver. STEAMER. \o\R. your own home.

; Friday, April 25, at 3.i m ......CHEROKEE,......Thursday, May 1, at 2 p m All Secretary nttett at the Stationers VmS Store Bimd of of Trade. fl F

CIRCULARS Monday, April 28, at 3 p m...... YEMASSEE, ......Sunday, May 4, at 4 am :J5 PI\ON fc GRAY 1ITUSVILLE. FLA.
Wednesday: April 30. at I) p m..... SEMINOLE.Tuesday, May 0, at 5 a m --- *

It" Friday, May 2, at 3 p 111...... IROQUOIS, ......Thursday, Sit G a m Mi,

Tuesday, U, at 3pm......CHEKOKEE,......Thurxlay, *' 11, at 10 am .

r Friday 9, at S p m...... YEMASSEE.Thursday, I5it 2 p m ffO CASH
r FOLDERS, Tuesday, 13.: at 3 p in .....SEMINOLE,......Sunday, IS, atI a III REQUIRED
10 at 3 Jl1..IUOQCOIS.Thursda}, 22, at fi am
Friday, 11 ,
Vii I h tested and
\ >i ve approved. Oar
freightIK
3 ......CIIEHOKEE.Sunda, 25, at !' a m .
Tuesday, 20, at p m FINE SHOW CASES hvj) ii instrument fails to please in citbtratyle.
,, "H* Friday, 23, at 3 p m ......SEMIXOLE,.....:Thuiviay, 29, at 12 noon I price quality Oun the mk.youronly
: t TueMlav, 27, at 3 p m .....HOQtTOIS.Sunda, June 1, at 3 p m Jl -Ask for catalogue. to .'t\c fur and full tot, and buy if fully pleased.

l'. IXVJTATIOXS, Friday, 30, at 3 p m......CHEROKEE: ,......Thursday, 5, at G a m TERRY M'F'G CO., NASHVILLE,TENN. I l 49.000 Southern Homes

For Information Regarding Freight and Passage, apply to
Supplied! by us since tap on this TEST TRIALP.
I t J. A. LESLIE, Supt,, Jacksonville; T. G. EOrR. Traffic ?(alla tr. I 5 Bowling Green, New York; ABBOTTSM I ..A N, first introduced in the South by us. Fair-

JOHN L. HOWARD, F. F. A., Jacksonville. F. M mO OXGEn. F. P. A., JatknomiUe.AV3I. a eat,method of sale,po. > ible,and, a great benefit to
ti'.i e.at.Ijsl.lnce ho cannot visit! our ware-rooms
PIIOGIIA3I31ES, 1*. CIA'Di & CO.. G..neralg..nts, 12 South "'han'es, Philadelphia ; 5. Row.IinL L941L
:
i ifSTREAIUEltS Green, New York. I ALL RISK SAVED

Egyptian Queen, Ripley, Black-&'Whlte Antigua &other-fancy Pine-Slips &-Suckers e 1NOiwsyoun I Bv fits trial plan and purchasers absolutely avsurci -
perfect instruments the
at
verylowtstpossible
Yttnan's Improved and If(/ulan's Seedling, $4.00 per 1000. Order early. I : cost. belling only the best instruments -
to soil and climate. PAIN.UPPMAN made, that will stand the most severe and
adapted our
Several Brands of FERTILIZERS specially .
co ijir'He "ive tests,we d"if far to lend them outI
fDODGERS INDIAN RIVER BRAND, manufactured by an old firm, the Davidge Fertilizer Co. BROlOfiUGSlSUPftOPS SAVANNAH G* I \ mat Ami let then stand solely on their merits
I Send for Circular. Also Bone Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, etc, and Mapes' and AI: ..- .,,k u th; \>r:'ite 6C of shipping on *p-
I' proval. No suit, no Our fre.ghu if we fail.
pay.
e i Fertilizers. A full line of Ornamental Fruit Trees. Send for catalogue.JOILN .

'. B. JIEACH, Indian Hirer Nurseries, Melbourne, Fla. FENCE ? EASY TO BUYFrom

E We have the CHEAPEST and Best us by correspondence. Xo matter whether
BUSINESS CARDS, -----RNE vlcASES-- WOVEN WIRE FENCING I %ou Im either ten or a thousand miles from BV
SH I I"c hip; to all Southern States. Our .)stem is
Ropo Selvage. "
Wire 'LI. Price in plain print and alike to alL
I One price only. No more, no less. Large
WEDDING CARDS, {' -AT Lov.TJs: =, :In=CJS.-::: Discounts from makers prices. All compe
Lq, F. eac I till n met. Complete outfits free. All freight
Also Wall and Prescription cases, Cedar : p'wt: Easy installments Every inducement that c
any fair dealing: house can offs: :
t Chests, Barber Furniture,Jewelry Trays ,

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

.. 'f"1' I Offers-1889. Copy of new
l .... Hamilton & Co. PIONEER COOPERAGESyrup Paper Sharps and Flats"
A. M.
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ALL FREE.
: F.j ". iO 15CHES HIGH AT 60 CUTS I'ER ROD. !
-- Barrels $2.25. Lawn. Garden,Poultry and Stock: Fencing.all
TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA, tiles and veldt h*.Gates match. Prices low.Sold
dealer Freight Paid. S nd Mr circulars. i 1 UDDEN & BATES
ORDERSTO to order, ten cents extra. .
SEND YOUR Wholesale DealerillnIndian Gauged 'lKmOllLlI51 0>KS mite Fttltty cu, {HIC"oo. tu.c'
.8.-.ua..teel LAWN ..id CKMETEKY Yeses .
Wheelwrighting and Repairing.C. ---- --- --- I! L
River Oysters NOTICE SOUTHERN MUSIC HOUSE.

O. B.
TU.- Is hereby'en that six months after SAVANNAH, CA.
Honev barrels and Oval Water Breakers the first publication of this! notice I will
wxxwv\ \/v> \/\ x\* _
FISH from $2.00 up. present my final accounts and apply toI

the County Judge of Dade County for I; MYSON"Deal
Tanksand : final discharge as administrator of i
FLOETDA STAR my
Green Turtle and Game. all kinds of COOPER WORK to order.T. the estate of August Hars, late of Dade with the men who advertise. Yea

County, Florida, deceased. will never lose by It.-Bu. FKAMKUX.

All orders w111 receive prompt and careful atby JOIIXSOX HEISRICII HAES.Administrator.. Jq Write L.'& B.s. )(.H.about It. -U

telegraph, ,
: : Florida. :
LaGrange
OFFICE letter or person. 17 is.4.
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t NEWS OF THE VICINITY PAST WEEK IN THAT novAlMIN cOQ;-) } SELLING OUTFor



t' .Placed Pointed Paragraphs for the Header Less Money than any other

1 **Peruaal.l w

l Fine bbowers lately. House in town, and reinvesting .

r. Everybody planting sweet potato D. the Money in
t 'vines. < every-

r Pineapples are going north in large Sa thing that our Cus-

5 -quantities.Miss tomers Want
Eliza Lyman left last Monday for = Z ,

E i her summer home in Ohio. l : an AT PAl'TIC PB.JCES.: :

i Mr. and Mrs. Branch spent last Sab- POWDER ;:....E-4 FOR THE XEXT ,

bath at their ocean bluff cottage, East g "Ii (I9upDA- '
Absolutely Pure.A .
Melbourne.

I Horse-flies are here in full force. The cream of tartar baking powder. Highest -Q WE WILL OFFER RARE BARGAINS.
of all in leavening strength.-U. S. aP.. TURNER efc OO.
wood team carries a smoke-bucket at the = :ao-4
Government Report, Aug. 17, 1889. CO t-t .
.end of the wagon tongue. O ,::a:4:: GEORGE M. BOBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM, !i

Capt. McFadden's schooner Queen is T. D. GIBBENS, i 8 HOP rtJ Attv.-at-Law. Atty.-at-Law. .

engaged transporting pines from Eden to tl4 :Et.OBBXNS C&5F; : *. A TFT A.Tyf, &

Titusville, and crate stuffon return trips. MANUFACTURERS' AGENT, ;; REAL ESTATE DEALERS, ;

Mr. Spencer, from the bleak "Xorth JACKSONVILLE FLA. GOc ALL KINDS OF PllOPUlTY BOUGHT, SOLD V EXCHANGED.:

i countrie," has been spending a week or I ..o---4 Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Co.,
so at Mr. C. J. Hector's. He is very Carries in Stock and Sells at )Ianufacturers' t:.::> '--' Octf :
P. O. Box 25O rl
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much pleased with this country and its Prices ..
o rl TITUSVILLE, B11EVA11D CO. FLORIDA.We
climate. = .
Lard, Canned Meats, Flour, ; Buy and Sell alt kinds of Real Estate and are sole Agents for a large list o f ;?
Miss Grace Ely is slowly recoveringfrom
all >
t"c carefully-selected Properties in parts of IJrevard County. 1ti
her illness and is doing remark- GRITS AND MEAL. n h RELIABLE Information furnished as to character, location and value of any Pro '
well considering the dangerous C3 perty on Indian River. "
ably "' .
Correspondence Solicited.Brevard 0 ... -, ,.J Our facilities for the transaction of a general Real Estate business are unequalled, :
of her ailment the diagnosis o
character O
and every effort will be made to give perfect satisfaction to intending Purchasers who _
indicating meningitis."Ice >: may favor us with their patronage.
cream Wednesdays and Saturdays Co.STATE = >-, rnl Xo Properties listed unless the Title is Perfect. S
ccJCCS Special attention given to Colonies and Syndicates desiring large bodies of low- rill
from 4 to 8 p> m." is the legend at ==- cc priced lands. Write for Descriptive Pamphlet. 1
.I........< E-4 .- a
The Melbourne BANK
the Riverside. young I
""'" .c GEORGE. ROBBINS, President.LTEH S. GRAHAM.
man can now treat his best girl to cream '-' .en I Secretary.

and cake as well as at the north, and the COCOA, FLORIDA.INCORPORATED Brc-varc1. "tostrstot of Title Oo., '

Duality will be as good or better. *& 3O I.J: I Incorporated A. D. 1889.

Mr. L. R. Alexander returned last. 1889. = L I CAPITAL STOCK, $. ,OOO ; FULLY PAID ; XOX-ASS ESS AULE. \

week from Kissimmee, Punta Gorda and CAPITAL: Q;) at 04 Charges for Abstracts as follows: $3.00 for Opening Number and 50c. for each ad-
.other points on the Gulf coait. We hear Subscribed, 825,000n'horized, = r:: dditional Transfer. For continuing an Abstract the charges are the same, viz.,$3.00
for the first additional and
$100,000.ACCOUNTS 50c. for each transfer.
succeeding
lie had uite a successful trip, securing a ._.. ,--c >-
SOLICITED c Taxes Paid for IVon-Rcsltlciils.
number of plumes. He speaks ..
Jarge I --. rts
.highly of the west coast country.We I Money( to Loan at Lowest Rates. ri .... $ For a Small Fee we will relieve non-resident land owners of the worry and
g annoyance incident to the Payment of Taxes, and Insure them against loss by Tax
hear rumoreflhat J. T. Bassett has DIRECTORS: OPCS3 Sale.: 12GARDNER

been appointed as keeper of the Turkey ALBERT TAYLOR, President. OPOP o 17 Box 250, Titusville, Fla.

Creek Life-Saving Station in place of JAMES JOLMES, VicePresident.R. ,
Joseph Hopkins. It is evident no Demo- B. HOLMKS, Cashier. .- F-I 11cO
J. M. Sanders J. F. Wooten. & SONCall
crats are to be left any position no mat- COu .

ter how trivial the salary may be. JACKSONVILLE MARBLE GO t..o < Your Attention to their Fine, NEW
here for ,
The steamer Denny stopped a OP cO"C
H STOC OF G-OODS
ehort time Saturday on her way to Day- Dealers 1031onuments ,
6t=
tona. Mrs. Van It Lockwood was a \
Consisting of Dry Goods Notions, Tailor-)Iade Clothing,from the largest
passenger for Daytona, whither she has en Headstone, OP ... and most Celebrated Manufacturers in New York. An Elegantand

gone to spend a few weeks' vacation. 5i Iron FencIng, = IJ.f U1r" Complete Line of Men's Furnishings. A Complete
}Irs. C. H. Stewart was to have accom- O ee
Z Lawn Furniture cCl Assortment of Men's Ladies & Children's Shoes
panied her, but remained to entertainsome 1* c* ,
55 Marble, .
expected friends. L <
::: =- Granite, Slate, From the finest to good knockabout everj-day goods, made by the best and most
Mr. :McFaul and :Miss Laura McFa-ul = is t'l1O; COCC celebrated factories in this country. .
start on Friday of this week for their Q.o p Onyx.

home at Toronto, Canada. They will be C Building Stone, ... hi A.1so Ct line: Of TX-U.X3.1S.S, Sa"tohe1s,

accompanied as far as Jacksonville by 3 Wire Fencing, t-t IE to., 2E2to.

Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Nesbitt. Mrs. Nes- Slate Mantels, .go........ You are cordially invited to Call at our Store in the new Bank Building and
these Goods. .
Inspect
.bitt, we hear, will remain at St. Luke's Iron Mantels. ,.Fi ........- hi4
Hospital for some time for medical Orates "
.treatment (1Tt-. "Y01UR.:: CJH.AN"CE: :: :

.... I 1 I We begin this week and will Slash Prices and convert Goods into Cash. We
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Fishing continues excellent; the river :::--<:: } -
... -' > intend making improvements in place and
... I our
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affords kinds and sizes, from dim- OC I :-::-
many OC ""'I ::::>--
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inutive needle fish to tarpon, thousand : .: :> ,..<: .. T .- I !-r MUST REDUCE STOCK.This .
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pound manatee, twelve foot sharks and ..,y)o/.....)oo<)-01 "'" I :>:.0 oil' I. g Sale cannot fail to interest anyone who should wish anything in our line.
fish"Ir.. J. H. such ,) ,,_)-oI OCM....' IIIi >c .,.: ::1 <
saw Phillips saw a >LoIjI\ 1.0-- : ;
shark at his landing, East :Melbourne, r y '- 'r' ;: = For the Next Thirty Days We Will! Offer Our Entire Stocfc.T

last week. A sawfish twelve feet And all kinds Tiling, Hearths Wire Mate, and Q;)
over in fact anything made of Wire, Iron,or any kind ot -+-- A COST 2
long, was seen at Mr. Valentine's place. Stone. cdt3 '
Seu f-tvle of fronds yon are in need of as we have diner'ent
Mr. and Mrs. King and two children, Catalogues in the different branches of ourbneineFs. = Bargains.GOLDSMITH.
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of. Leesburg, Fla., arrived on Thurs 25
25 Laura Street, Jacksonville, :Fla. BROS.
day's boat and were conveyed to Mel-

bourne Beach, on the Osprey, the same --J M .-- w..,:=5 .
.afternoon. We hear they have rented -Q;) = aN 0 boliCO EDWARD STILING. ALBERT A. TAYLOR.

Capt. Wilcox's house for the ent. ..c= .: I*
pre ....= ,, Pi :;:--::. +7n : STILIJ."TaT.A.y'LOR..
,
Mrs. Spalding's health was so much bet- --- ? flii
Melbourne Beach than at .. Indian River
at Leesburg. c. '-J Cocoa Florida.
w- 0 o ..A ,
that others are anxious to try the seaside Q;) j
for instead of the w 5nFL DEALERS IN
a change expensive v C> 11 fi
trip to the mountains or the north. -is < .- .:::..

Master Willie Ely caught, last week, a Q O Q;) i' 'd8 = 5'AS 3. Hardware Crockery Stoves Tinware
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novelty in fish, which was about fifteen .c.. C. .- s.. h,
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inches in length, body resembling a bas, !:- O./ Gi:- v o: ,
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but without the spot; bead shaped some- ;:; faJ S H
p p s> [:z]
thing like a bas.., but with a mouth ::- ";;d l' AND AGATEWARE.Paints .
;-.4 ,,;: = Q> .=_ '_-
-something like a mullet's, except it had : 0 .
"' 0 .
CCJ ::! .
rJ" :: Oils, Glass and Putty, ,
teeth, and was pronounced by the d 31c TABLE
persons c.,:, w M 'cs and POCKET YPlumbers'
that ate it one. of the finest fish -o"- Q;) wG7 ,

they'ever tasted. Master! Howell Smith I a 0 ..R .- CO .'v>J ?f and Mill :, "

similar several weeks cd wy.:: U BARBED WIRE .
caught a one ago. 0 ,.c ; = ,
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The oldest residents here say they never ;oJ./ ::::: Supplies,
< ; = C...> :::- ,. I WIRE NETTING
saw anything like it before. :; ... -- -=.... E ,
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It was Mr. Lewis Lockwood instead of =Ir.; : Doors Sash-Blinds

'Mr. Van Lockwood that started for the i---4 .c ,% = < v and WIRE CLOTH.QTJUCLS. .

Everglades. The party returned the I c;:: 02 PQ _g m< (I'

latter part of last week, having driven w ,, .0iH. BRICK, LIME, CEMENT' : ,
COOP c:= "tssThe
steadily southward for three days until

nearly as far south as Fort Drum. Very I .a ':: 0O == =-5-4 s 5 SHINGLES and LATH. AMMUNITION, i

little game was seen. The whole country -:: !:: FISIIIXG TACKLE. 1Ship
c.:) :; 0 =- = i g.
has been burnt over, and Indians were :
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sn
O !H 'c -3
c-cods
ChaZ1d1ery
ahead of them on the game question. ::: ,
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"We believe one deer was the amount of I ""-'" C.: r h Agents for ALABA&TIXE,.the! permanent coating for walls and ceilings ; For Chattanooga Plow Company t

venison captured. As to mosquitoes, Indian River Countrs 's plows and cane mills ; Planet Jr. farm tools.Gauze J

etc., the party do not say much. Judging Third edition (revised) of the Bre'"ardCounty :
Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasolene Stoves Coffins and Caskets.
from the fly looks between them, (Florida) Pamphlet for 1890 ,

they found plenty. .' /, now Description ready. of Indian River country.; ARTESIAN WELL PIPE A. SPECIALITY. :

its climate, health and settlements; 76 Catalogues, sample cards and size lists sent free upon application. Correspondence solicited and
pages, with maps. Free to applicants
For Kent.; estimates furnished promptly. .
enclosing a two cent stamp.A.
The house now occupied by Mr. S. A.elcMr. L. HATCH, '. .
STILING & TAYLOR
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a political leader, and was seen almost &
;, A LETTER ABOUT EXES daily receptions and teas. Now he John R\ Thomas, who waS for ten THE LEE STATUE. \ atelier.. "The general had very small

f. eschews all such frivolities and, like the years a member of congress from the hands and feet,"said the sculptor, taking

,. average man of experience and sense, Egypt region of Illinois, and who de- An IutcrrV with the Sculptor of ThIs from behind a Gobelin tapestry the say
AA- WASHINGTON HAS CHARMS THAT confines his social exploits to the stretch signed a war vessel which the navy department JcellcntVork of Art. alry boots worn at Gettysburg. **A

HOLD THEM FAST.Especially ing of his legs under the mahogany is now building, failed to [special: Correspondence] young girl could scarcely wear them."

where there is plenty of good wine and get an office under the present admin. PARIS, April 15.-America may well Over the. boots hung Lee's hat. TJie: -'
good stration, and is making sword was modeled from a photograph. *
as a
company.Plenty money rejoice at the coming to its borders of ;
t II Fascinating to the Ladles of lawyer, with department work "Have you the general's saddle?'
other "exes" of the cabinet navy a the equestrian statue of Gen. Robert E.
pAl to Men Who Like Society -Information "It is a curious fact" said 'Mercie.
may be seen on the streets of Washing. specialty. One of the most prominentand
Lee to be unveiled at Richmond Va.
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Regarding: Men Who Were Formerly ton. William A. Richardson, who prosperous lawyers at the national The saddle of the statue was modeled
suc- May 29.1.. Antonin Mercie. one of the from one loaned me by the Due de Char- .
w Hlfh In Public Life. ceeded Mr. Boutwell in the treasury capital, a man who can command fees "
lives in one of the handsomest houses in, which are small fortunes in them- four great sculptors of Paris, is its de- tres. '
Special[ Correspondence.
VfasmNOTON, May 1.-On the] floor of Washington, where he is chief justice of selves, is Judge Shellabarger, an ex- signer. The Duc de Chartres and his brother,
the court of claims. Ex-Secretary of member of congress from Ohio. Gen. + the Comte de Paris, it will be remembered -
ge senate the other day I saw no fewer War Belknap is one of the best known George B. Williams, Phil Thompson, of served on the Union side, and the
than sir ex-senators, hats in hand, chat- saddle was the one theformer had used
men: in. the city _pf Washington. He Kentucky, and J. Hale Sypher are other pa
,fipg with friends and viewing the scenesof grows rounder and jollier and more red ex-statesmen who are earning their bread throughout his service.

their former triumphs or disappoint in the face as the years go by, and the as lawyers within the shadow of the "When the duc loaned me the saddle,"
,
ments. These were Warner Miller, of circle of his friends appears to be continually great dome. concluded Mercie. "he said Ah, I see! ,

.New York; Thomas J. Clingman; of widening. He is a gastronome, a Ex-Pension Commissioners W.W. Dudley you wish to make the south' fighting-

,South Carolina; Joseph E. McDonald, of wit and a story teller. He makes ten or and James Tanner are both getting victoriousr'" 'The war I replied, is
over. As the of Virginia M. Mer-
guest
rich as pension attorneys. Dudley em- :
fifteen
Indiana; Blanche K. Bruce of Missiaeppi thousand dollars a year as a claim
cie and his son will sail in May. to be .
fifteen
ploys men in his office, and his
agent and spends it all. He has
; Omar D. Conger, of Michigan, and family and a luxurious home. a lovely clientele is rapidly extending. Whatever present at the unveiling of this his first '

Augustus IL Garland, of Arkansas. The The oldest ex-cabinet officer in the may be said of his political methods, work for, America.

f presence of such a large number of forger : city Dudley is one of the most popular men I p t'Uk'w LmA ROSE MCCA1i. .$, :

senators reminded me that one of is the Hon. George Bancroft, who was in Washington, and his professional and

the odd phases of life in Washington is the secretary the navy about forty years private reputation is above reproach. An ; + DOES RACE MAKE CLIMATE <

ago. Ho has lived to see the ix-senator who never cared to into .
flentifulness of "exes. We see "exes" navy go go Does the Anglo-Saxon Change tlie Climate -
in through four or five distinct periods, be- law or claims,but who is content to earn Where lie Locate?
their
riding by carriages, or begging ginning with the good old days when his bread as a modest, second class clerkin [Special Correspondence)
the street
dimes on corner. They sit
opposite our ships sailed the seas as proudly and the war department, is Mr. Sawyer, NEW YORK, May Twenty-three '
at dinner
us or hang about the
saucily as those of any nation, and em- who sat in the senate from Alabama years ago I visited Fort Riley, Kan.,
for
barrooms and waiting take an invitation to bracing the glorious time of war in whichwe about twenty years ago. Ex-Senator when the military reports referred to it

step up something. gave to the world the iron clad, the Bruce,the colored man, is,a wealthy real as on the western border of the thickly
The "exes" are everywhere, of all ages corrupt era following in which many estate owner here, and has lately been habitable region, and talked with officers
,and colors and conditions
previous of millions were squandered in useless appointed to a lucrative office in the government and traders of Ellsworth,a li ttle beyond,
official servitude-all excepting the pres wooden hulks, and the rennaissance now of the District of Columbia. THE LEE STATUS. as "on the edge of the Great American J

idency. We have no ex-presidents resident here with the steel ships and high free Among many other prominent "exes" is [From a photograph. Desert." In the valleys there was soft f]

here, though we have any number boards taking the place of wooden hulks Dr. William A. Hammond, who was for An equestrian statue is one of the most grass and a sort of sod. Northward and

of men who escaped that great office by and the sluggish monitors. Mr. Ban- many years surgeon general of the army. difficult feate'in sculpture. Venice and northeastward-and I especially recall

I the skin of their teeth, and not of their croft's claim to fame rests less upon his He has just built, near the residence of Copenhagen possess the two finest eques- Pawnee county Neb.-the country as

own desire; but owing to circumstances direction of the navy department than Mrs. Gen. Logan,a home which is a veritable trian statues in the world. Critics de- covered by the 'hard grass of the tI=

ores which they had no control. No upon his diplomatic and literary services, palike. WALTER WELLMAN. clare the Lee monument equal if not superior plains;" that is, a sort of bunched and .1

former presidents are here, but there are and yet I have heard old naval officers to any equestrian work at Paris.It seeded grass which formed no sod.. Going

'< ex-cabinet officers, ex-senators, ex-con say that he did much toward organizingand Oilcloths can be kept like new if washed : is forty feet high, forty-one feet across westward on the Platte I found very .; ./I

,gressmen, ex-commissioners and ex-gov perfecting the navy particularlywith i once a month in skim milk and water, and weighs eight tons, and is the resultof little sod beyond Loup ork. The won- ''Jj

ernors galore; and as for former wearersof reference to the laws and regula- i equal quantities of each; rub them once four years' careful study. The horse derful change in all that meridian 1 '..

the judicial ermine and those who once tions governing it. For instance, it was in three months with linseed oil; put on i alone was a year's labor. The statue was know, for I have seen it. 4

issued martial commands-the "judges".and through his instrumentality that the old very little, rub it in well, polish with an I cast in eight sections and was six monthsin I have heard more curious things for

"generals' and "colonels" and "ma- law making promotions on age alone was oil silk! cloth and they will keep for the foundry. The pedestal is twentyone which I cannot personally vouch. Many {
jors'*-their name is simply legion. feet high making the total height witnesses
changed so that efficiency became a factor years. 4J say that for many :years the
Hen who live in the national capital in winning the prizes of the service. sixty-one feet. It is of granite, almost border between the soft grass of the Mis-

bur a time as servants of the people do Mr. Bancroft rarely leaves his house white as marble; four columns of polished souri valley and the regular plains grass

not like to go away. They are fascinated now, and then only to walk through the MEN OF LETTERS.W. blue granite are on either side. The traveled regularly westward at the rate
by the lazy luxuriousness of the life, I base is designed for the statues of six of two or three miles Duringall
I pretty garden of his H street homesteadon Clark Russell, the nautical novelist per year.
the beauty of the city and the social opportunities generals who served with Lee. The those and' more all western -
: the arm of his faithful German attendant is a son of Henry Russell,the famous years many t.
here presented. That form I three; selected at present are Stonewall New Mexico and northern Arizonawere
iof society which is expressed chiefly in composer, and was born in New York in Jackson, J. E. B. Stuart and A. P. Hill. certainly growing dryer for I {
,
John A. J. CreswelL, who was postmaster 1844. His mother was Miss Lloyd, a rel-
dinners and large fertile punch Gen. Lee sits erect upon his favoredwar found extinct lakes and
good recently
general under Grant, is a many
prom- ative of the poet Wordsworth,and in his
bowls most enthralls the men :while the horse, Traveler. His cavalry boots abandoned fields in which the Navajoea
; inent banker of Washington, and the occupant -
early lifd he was a midshipman in the
afternoon and evening touch; the stirrups lightly, after the man- had raised of
ihowy receptions, of a house which has in its day British merchant service. good crops corn thirty
the teas and the endless round of dress sheltered the families of six or eight ner of southern horsemen. He has just years before. At the same time the valleys -
bind the The late M. Armand Augustin de Pont- come upon the field of Gettysburg. His about Beaver Utah
known calling gaining
parades as women members of the cabinet. A and were
young
martin, of Paris, has been for a orders have been miscarried. Hone and
fast in their toils. "What! Leave active man, who may be seen any dayon years moisture so rapidly that broad stretches
contributor to The Gazette de France, rider to feel the stab of an unloyal
and to the frontier seem remained nearly all zufdat
Washington go again the streets or in the halls of congress, green summer
!" exclaimed the pretty wife of an as full of energy as of good humor, is ex- the oldest newspaper in Paris. M. de hand. Salt Lake City there was at least one .
army officer at one of Mrs. Oates famous Postmaster General Hatton. He looks Pontmartin crossed swords in his time "Had the committee accepted my first heavy rain each month in the-summer of

receptions last week. "Why, if that is like a boy, but is a successful editor and with Sainte-Beuve, Planche, Balzac, design," said the sculptor to me, "it 1874.: Now what could have caused-thk
George Sand and, in these latter days, would have been one of the most originalif
the and work of
.' to be my fate I declare I shall commit an influential man. Another ex-post change except presence
M. Zola. the sublimest statue in the world.
czddde. Rather than go to the frontier master general who lives in Washingtonis not the Caucasian? .I can imagine no other
and leave dear, dear Washington will Horatio King. He was in Buchanan's Henrik Ibsen,who 13 living at Munioh, 1[ wished to represent Gen. Lee as he reason which fits all the facts.In .

cut m>* throat." The pretty womanmeant cabinet, and though not then a young takes a very light breakfast, a half* cup passed among his fallen troops on the Australia the changes have been

every word of it, too, and she man, is still active and busy, taking as of black coffee and a bit of bread, and field of Gettysburg-the howe rearing, stupendous. Vast tracts on which the
made shivers run round the.room by keen interest in public affairs as he ever [Begins work punctually at 0 and continues the dying stretching for a lasti affectionate summer heat was almost intolerable have
it till 1. Ho then takes a walk before glance of their leader. I do not become comparatively temperate. The
drawing a fruit knife suggestively close did. One of his little hobbies is the writing
dinner does his reading in afternoon know of another incident in history in air is still hot but there la softness in '
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to the white skin of her neck. Then she of cards to the newspapers, but as he ,
seized a glass of punch, quaffed it with a writes wit and sense it is not by any sups early and goes early to bed. Evenon which a defeated general was greeted it w1 makes it far more agreeable;the
with such affection and confidence in the
hat ,had for bit of fad. The journeys he endeavors to adhere to nights are more'; refreshing the breezes
laugh, and passed a means an objectionable Kings
disaster and defeat. It is .
moment of
comedy in the minds of the spectators live in an old fashioned house, where is this order of the day as closely as circumstances sublime." more cooling, and in the vicinity of cul- ,

Lame to an end. But it was not all comedy held every Saturday night a sort of literary permit. "The Confederate troops moved noiselessly tivated tracts even the desert air is less

with the dashing woman,and her social Here may be found nearlyall Alphonse Daudet, whom Henry James their prostrating. Old .settlers in California
excepting yell, explainedCol. .
poor husband, the army officer, is out of the people in Washington whose and other critics consider the greatest C. P. E. Burguyn, civil engineer and insist I know not how truly-that thun-
der is often heard in localities whereit
hustling night and day for the influence achievements in the literary field have living author, is still a young man. He delegate sent by Virginia to receive the now
unknown at the time of the
'which may enable him to secure that made them worth meeting.A has not yet reached his 50th year. He statue. "The committee thought the was" "dig
bobn of boons in the service waiting or- famous old man still hale and went to Paris in 1857 without money or design too theatrical. They were busi- gings, and a few pioneers testify to personally E
noting the fright of Indians there
friends. His is of his mak-
Jers at Washington. hearty, is ex-Secretary of the Treasury success own "
ness men, not artists.;
when first heard thunder The oldest -
they
"A curious commentary on this fascination McCulloch, who has just gone to his ing. Personally he is a very delightfulman "Ah, said the sculptor, thoughtfully,
of explorers speak of the
reports
of Washington life,*" said Reproimitative country home,not far from Washington, a genial conversationalist and' an "they were artiste-true artists. They
creek rainless in
: Hitt, who is one of the brilliant for the summer. Like Mr. King, ho de- agreeable host. His family consists of a did not wish to revive the past." Cherry country as sum*
but I have rain storms in Den-
mer seen
coversationalists of the capital, "was af- lights in newspaper writing, and like clever wife, two sons and a daughter. M. Antonin Mercie Is in the prime of ver ;which would be rated asviolent

erded'by the surrender of Gen. Lee at many old men is as fond of controversyas life. A typical Frenchman, of medium and protracted" even in the Ohio valley.A .
I then in the of his pipe. One of the joys of his DOINGS OF ROYALTY.The cordial
Appomattox. was ,,living height, he has charmingly man- recent writer on Egypt asserts that
: National hotel which at the close of theE life consists of inviting to his table the
Empress Eugenie still keeps th? ners, with the simplicity inseparablefrom rain has fallen oftener since the English
hotel of the city. of protection, such as McKin-
war was the fashionable apostles childhood and genius. He was
the took possession. On Jthe other hand the
hat which the emperor wore on occasion -
: The house was filled' with army officers ley, Sherman or Allison, and talkingtariff of Orsini's unsuccessful attempt. It born at Toulouse, and his parents ex- ruins of Roman a ued cts and fount-
p( sad the news to them till the lamp flickers. The him follow
their wives, anditfvhen pected to commerce.
is riddled through with small holes hard- tains and evidences of cultivated fields
came from Appomattox and the people late Judge Kelley, of Pennsylvania, was ly bigger than pin thrusts. "What turned you to art?" I asked have been discovered so far down in the
In the etreets began to;shout and cheer often a guest in the McCulloch house, him. cnl'tivation
Sahara as to that the limit of
and flaunt their flags with joy I stepped and it is said the pair have discussed the The queen dowager of Portugal,Maria "Laziness," was the naive reply. His was prove once far south of the

. Tip to the parlors to'see how happy the tariff question six or eight hours at a sit- Pia, has a passion for witty conversation early life was not without hardship, but limit, and we know in reason present that

ladies were. Imagine my surprise to ting. and though always ready with a success soon crowned it. He came to when Northern Africa had eighty Christian 1

find three or four of them in tears, and Ex-Secretary and Senator Bayard is clever and intelligent remark, is not very Paris at twenty and at twenty-three w.v bishopries it must have held at least
solemn. associated with the capital, though talkative. In this respect she resembles of the French schoolat
the others looking very sad and still awarded the prize ten times as many people as now. The ".
What Is the matter I asked one of chiefly in a social way. Ex-Attorney her father, Victor Emmanuel. Rome. "David" was his first important I Aryan or Caucasian race ruled it then.

them. 'Have you not heard that Gen. General Garland is making a fortune The queen regent of Spain rises early, work. His There are many reasons for believing

, ... .Lee has surrendered to Gen. Grant? here in the practice of law. Ex-Senator takes a cold'bath every morning even in second greatest that the babits of this race and their

;"'Yahe replied half crying, 'and that Conger, of Michigan, is also a lawyer, winter, and performs her toilet with the effort is the "Glo- methods of, culture improve the climate

is just the trouble. We know this means and a successful one, though his atten- help of one of her waiting maids. She ria Victus" at the On the,other hand it is to be noted

- the end of the war, and that, we must tion is given chiefly to practice before usually dresses very plainly, and never last exposition. that seasons of the old fashioned kind

t leave Washington and 'go away to thejpountry congress. He is the very efficient and wears jewelry except on ceremonial oc Paris has manyof come at intervals to western Kansas and

b to live again: and then this woaan vigilant representative Washington of casions. his works. The Nebraska md to Utah and Colorado:andit

like several of her sisters, burst the Lake Vessel :Men's association, an as- The German emperor last year con- tomb of Louis is important to know:whether this is

Into tears. I actually beKove," concluded sociation which embraces a merchant ferred 5,103 decorations, including that XVIII, at St. i always to be so, or whether long continued -

Mr. Hitt, 4that half of these gay marine interest larger than that of the of the Red Eagle to 2,086 persons, the ,, Denis, is proba- cultivation will not finally make the '

! devotees of society would have been entire American merchant. marine on Crown Order to 1,109, and the Hohen- bly the best increased rainfall permanent. Nebraska

\ glad to have the war continued a couple the ocean. zollern Order to 254. Fourteen new known. :Mercie'is presents this curious anomaly: considers

'If.I. of years longer that they might have remained Scores of other ex-senators and ex- Knights the Black Eagle were created, 1 the pupil of ably more than half the grain produced in

'1"._ in the whirl pf Washington seer representatives are Washington lawyersor and fifteen people were honored with MERCIE.the great mlM. the state is from the section west of what
AXTONIN
; claim agents. Ex-Senator McDonaldhas the female Order of Louise. One person guiere. Together was only.twenty-five years ago markedas

." \Pith both men and women fond of made a great deal of money representing alone received the Order jof Merit. they have just completed the Lafayette the limit of possible farming without

Washington life it is surprising that certain interests before congress. monument erected by congress at a cost irrigation. It is also a question if irrigating -

,this is the placeln which the "exes"most Gen. B. F. Butler is'a large property THEATRICAL CHAT.A of, $.jOOOO., Mercie is an officer of the all the valleys lying in proper ,

,. do congregate. A marl once.f mous and owner here, and generally has enough Legion of Honor. locations therefor win not mat all the
powerful, whom many people thought litigation of his own to keep him busy benefit performance for the English Unlike most Frenchmen, he has: trav- adjacent uplands cultivable by increasing -

'-:. "I'' Taight himself become president of the during the part of each year which he actors' fund in London recently realized eled extensively, and his home is replete the rainfall. J. H*.Ib.U>uc.

,- f United States now walks-of-drives the spends in Washington. Ex-Governor 2500. The performance lasted for six with the art treasures of many lands.In .

t. 1.. -streets of Washingtonnnknowntonearly William Pitt Kellogg,of Louisiana, lives hours, and over sixty actors took partin his bronze medallion, the Genius of The Gouffe murder In Paris has been

{ aU who see him. He is a handsome at Vice President Morton's hotel, and is it. Art, over one of the arches of the Louvre, put upon the stage at the Brussels Renais-

.. man with iron gray hair a fine profile said to make a small fortune each year Kate Talby says whenever she sees a he has perpetuated the beauty of his sance theatre. The story is reproducedin

'. an intellectual face. His name is Bout- by his speculations in Washington real pair of opera glasses leveled at her she young wife, who died a couple of years every detail, even.to the strangling of

"_ vrcu' Boutw4irhe is called estate. J-x-Congressman Epp Hunton, atones directs her efforts in that. direc- ago leaving him two beautiful children. the victim and concludes with Eyraud'a

L_:;_ b) the"lawyer few who know h n-and he .wassecretary of Virginia, whose fame as a great con.. tion and never stops singing to them The first model of the Lee monument : capture in America by a'devoted' friendof '

,. of the treasury; tinder President stirutional lawyer still continues anracticing j during the performance. occupies a pedestal of honor in his classic j Gabriella Bompard's parents.J .
well las Attorney in Washington i
"' Grant He was- then-a coda as r.
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THE FLORIDA STAR. LOCAL LACONICS. .)lr. 0. K. Wood made a short trip Condition of the Ohio Shoemakers. J F Lewis J 'V Rogers

Titusville the first part of the week. In 1887 shoe fitters were indeed a John Myers
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. and fortunate lot of J W J F Lewis 11. .
Rogers
happy girls. In
has been
:Miss Kate Eyer, of Merritt, John
THE HAPPENINGS 'ROUND ABOUT US. Myers
ELLIS B. WAGER Editor and Publisher visiting friends in City Point for the busy even in seasons dull seasons they made their$1.50 average per day was; C J Howard J P Turner
J Mitchell
Current Events of Our Town and Suburbs past week. rarely less than 60 cents per day. This
$1.5O per Annum. U J Howard
Briefly Epitomized.A Mr. Ed. Agee, assistant keeper Jupiter was due to the organization of the shoe Jas F Mitchell J P Turner

Entered at the Pod Office at Titusville U new line of stationery just openedat lighthouse, left for down the river last trade in a union, whose scale of priceswas Wm Anderson A M Osborn
Second-Clou J1atkr.I Wednesday.Mr. fixed by arbitration. The board of Carl C Curtiss
his
Goldsmith Bros. x mark
arbitrators was composed of one member C II: Walton

I The Star has the Largest circulation Oh, where did you get that Tie? At J. E. M. Hodgson, wife and children selected by the firm, one by the girls, Henry H Dreyer F A Losley'A

_of any paper on the East coast of Fla.A Goldsmith Bros, of course I of Eau Gallic, were in town Sun- and the other chosen by these two. But Ellis Cobb M Osborn

day and Monday. since the break up of their organization, Carl C Curt 5s
SQUARE one Inch In space; I? squares -Father Foley, of De Land, will hold which occurred early in 1888, the wages E Miller
make a column. *'A dance held in Hill's hall Wednesday R C Scrimgeour
advertising rates enquire of the Editor service at Wager's Hall, Sunday morn-, was have been steadily going down. The J D Crabb
hr.aYI enclosing two cent stamp. ing. j eve. Those who attended reportan employer fixes the price of wages, and E C Miller n Scrimgeour \

----.--- ----- -- _.- I enjoyable time. the introduction of new systems and J D Crabb

IT is held by some of our attorneys start-Captain to-morfow Paddison morning and for North his family Caro- The Sparkle, Mr. W. Kitching, was new machines has""\a tendency to reduce John Quincy Hug- Jas EDe Silvertooth
the Weekly have Courcy
wages. wages
t the election held several months the first of the week for afresh super- gings his x mark
that the river W E
lina. up seded the piece system, children and unskilled Thos McNulty Gregory
ago makes our county wet under Article -See supply of goods. persons are employed, whom the Jas Silvertooth..
the advertisement of GoldsmithBros
XIX, according to the constitution, and avail yourselves of the Bar- Mrs. E. P. Porcher, of Courtney, old hands are required to teach, and the Andrew Gibson J J D Bowman Crabb
therefore required are so reduced that the girls
and that petition irv of wages are
no in the
Saturday Cocoa guest
spent C A Gardner
gains offered.
but cannot acree with ashamed to admit the amount of the re- A C Gardner
to sell, we
Mrs. W. II. Peck. J D Crabb
-For Sale a full blooded Jersey bull duction. It is estimated that they are
them until it has been thus decided by A C Gardner
old. Can be :Mr. O. K. Wood and :Mr. Johns left not more than half what they were be C A Gardner .
2J
where years bought cheap. J D Crabb
r the Circuit or Supreme courts a
fore. Very little effort is being made
the Lota for visit to :Mr.
of Paxton Friday on a J D Crabb
test case may shortly be carried. Inquire Joseph Bockledge, toward reorganization, and great discon- Jno M Dixon
Fla. Wood's homestead on the St. Lucie river B R Wilson]
tent prevails.-cincinnati Enquirer.
Jno M Dixon
.. There is no,better evidence that ad- -Mr. and Mr?. Oscar Hall have been Mr. and Mrs. Albert Faber, of City B R Wilson J D Crabb

yertising pays than to notice how our stopping in town for the past two or Point, on Tuesday were called to mourn Colored Orphans for Butlers. J P Blake B R WilsonJ

l ,- energetic merchant, Mr. S. II. Bay,.uses three weeks, staying at the Indian Riyer the loss of their little daughter, from patronesses It has already of the been Methodist discovered orphanagesand by many .. D Crabb
J D Crabb
half of front for several Hotel. congestion of the lungs. J Miller
t the our page other homes for destitute colored A A Drake

weeks. He has found that 'even big/ -We hear it whispered that there is Last Sunday was children's day in the children that a bright boy is as useful A H 'V II alstine .

I sums invested in advertising in the STARare a reception for Friday night. As it is a :Methodist church. At the close of the about the house as any girl. Not all the Curry Andrew Gibson

improving his business far beyond maidenly conception, therefore, let it Sunday school, appropriate exercisesfor boys or girls can go into trades, and per- W H Walstine Andrew Gibson
haps there are no happier relations be- A H Curry
his most sanguine expectations.HON. be brought forth. the day were held, which were very tween employers and employed than lB :Metzger William K Wood:

interesting.Mrs. exist between butler waiterof T J Eaton
-The schooner Manatee, Capt.Zellers, a trusty or
W. D. CliIPLEY will address has just returned from a visit to St. W. II. Peck, left for Charleston, American-African descent and the Nathan Webber J D Crabb

the people here Saturday on the Con- Augustine, where he sold the manateehe S. C., Tuesday evening. Mrs. Peck will family In the whose paucity interests of white he American makes his own.- Jas Thos S McNulty IvertoothMax

record of Senator Call. It remain north until the Fall. On June sup.ply Ludwig Von
gressional
captured about two months ago. when American brightness and Koppelowa J D Crabb

r should be remembered that Mr. Chip- -At the ice cream festival, given by 4th she will attend the marriage of her adaptiveness is so much needed,it should Wash Barnwell G F Duren

ley is not a candidate for the Senate, as daughter, Mrs. Schaeffer. not be overlooked that it is a great wasteof his x mark J D Crabb
the Episcopal unday School, last night,
J D Crabb
he will tell you. He favors a man from about Rev. B. F. Brown, the new Episcopal good material when a boy is allowedto Chr. F. Fischer .
$18 was cleared. The proceedsgo F A Lesley
of the pick up his living as a hanger on for
southern portion
the eastern or towards purchasing a new window for clergyman, preached in StMark's church, odd jobs in the markets,or odd jobs any- Jerry Wait TW Smith
State. Jt to us that Senator Call W H
seems ; the church. Cocoa, last Sunday morning. We are where. He had better be qualifying Myers

will have to make a canvass of the'State pleased to welcome this: gent man to either in "buttons" and apron, or white H F Atkinson E L Brady
-:Miss Sanders and Miss Sallie Hall Jas Silvertootb
in answer to Mr. Chipley if he expectsto Indian river, and hope his work may be jacket in house service, to grow up into WII Harris
hold his backing. accompanied by Mr. John Waller, of crowned with great success. Mr. Brown'sappointments the valued and trusted attendant that E L Brady Jas SilvertootbJ
Courtney, arrived at the Indian River everybody knows is in demand.-Phila-
1, for Cocoa the first and W
v Hotel at 12:30 doubt are delphia Ledger. L A Brady Singletons
today, having, no S S
We learn with pleasure that our new third Sunday in each month.
had a pleasant sail to town. F H
Boye
very up
townsman')Ir. M. Goldsmith last week Tennyson's Curtness. Frank Foreman
-The steamer St. Augustine was de- An is like bear if F A Losley
effected the/purchase of the Mackenzie ORANGE GROWERS' MEETING. Englishman a any Frank Foreman

property' on Washington avenue for his layed, Tuesday morning, from starting one steps on his lawn. You know the FHBoye F A Losley

sons, Goldsmith ,Bros. These thrifty down the river on schedule time by an The I. B. 0. G. Association lit met, as per anxious story told to of Tennyson him ? Several Jadies, Robert Morrow F A Losley
to
see paid a pilgrimage
J D CrabbJ
business men have now been for accident to some part of the boiler. The notice Point last 17th
young at City Saturday his country seat. Tennyson was seatedon P Goldsmith
five months in our midst and have gained repair was promptly made, and the inst. A large and enthusiastic meetingwas the front steps smoking an old pipe J P Turner J D Cameron

the goodwill, and approbation of our steamer left about noon. held. After the enrollment of five when they appeared in the distance. The Geo Barnwell J D Crabb

community. In spreading out they show -Mr. and Mrs. Eacott will leave here new members and the discussion of old poet watched them crossing his lawn, F A Losley
and his brow lowered. "Is this Lord
that they also have confidence in the to-morrow or Saturday morning for Ohio, various topics of interest, the following R W Rhodes Max Myerson
Tennyson? Well,we're sorry to intrude. Thos M McRae-
prospects which Titusville offers for in- I to remain permanently.. and Mrs. resolutions were passed! : We wish to apologize for entering in this 'V J Black John O Willser

vestment and business. We also learn Eacott's many friends here regret exceedingly Resolved, that whereas, the transportation unceremonious fashion' "Then why F A Losley

that they soon will spread out further to lose them as residents of of our fruit has been, heretofore, don't you go?" said Tennyson curtly, G II Altree R O Grover

and,intend to add another annex to their our town ; but we hope to see them back so unsatisfactory, resulting often in delays surrounding himself with a cloud of tobacco F A Losley

r present business.. We' wish them good again next winter.A causing loss to the shipper ; smoke.-San Francisco Argonaut. J W McIntyre L E A L Brady Brady

.luck. ... mistake was make in our County Therefore, be it resolved }/y this Association F A Losley Jas Silvertootb
Court proceedings last week in the cases that we court competition as the PETITION FOR LICENSE. T J Eaton
-T J Eaton
THE unexpected change in the Con- of F. A Losley and J. D. Crabb. They best remedy for existing eyils, and will, To the Honorable Board of County Commissioners Jas Silvertooth W C AlbertA

dition of our county in regard to the law were nol proved' instead of continued, therefore, pledge ourselyes to encouragethe for Brevard County, State of H .
I H .
regulating liquor selling which occurred hence, of course, did not pay the costs. same. Florida. Gorey *, Lewis Woman

: last week haslet every one thinking up We copied our record from the Clerk's A standing committee on transportation We, J. D. Crabb & Co., of Titusville, Jas D Thomas Lewis A H Curry Widmar

and down the river. Brevard has had a notes, so the mistake was not our fault. was appointed to aid the General Brevard County, Florida] do hereby James Thomas

test of both the local option and prohibi- -The dance last Friday evening, at Manager in the disposition of claims, respectfully apply to your Honorable Edmon Love A H Curry

tion statutes, and it is now recognized the new Masonic Hall, was a very pleasant complaints and other matters pertainingto Body, and ask that a permit be given, Melton Smith James Thomas .

that it would be a moat difficult under- affair. There were a sufficient num- transportation. and the right be granted to sell intoxi- A H Carry

taking to secure names enough to call fora : ber of dancers present to fill the large Captain R. P. Paddison agent of the cating liquors, wines and beer, in Elect- John Simonson John Wash D Barnwell Crabb :

wet and dry 'electionawMany r, people floor, at the same time it was not crowded. East Coast Transportation Company, ion District, Number Two (2), or Pre- T Titus J P Goldsmith

were in attendance.atvCounty Court last The weather was rather warm, 'but addressed the meeting, making proposi- cinct,.in said Brevard County.J. Henry Frank'Renaker-
week who live in''.different of the tions from said and Carl G Curtiss .
parts this did not deter the dancers from company soliciting D. CRABB & Co. Saml Beal
county and when Messrs. Atkinson, and keeping it until contracts with shippers, meeting with his x mark W L Gibson
up nearly day-break. We the undersigned, being & majorityof Elias Conover
'Robbins and Graham, counsel for Mr. the most encouraging results. LeeSmith
1Y
the registered voters of Election Dist- L GibsonJ
.. Wm.,Jarvis, presented the fact that over LACRANCE. The ladies turned out as usual with J D Crabb
rict, or Precinct Number Two, of Bre- A BelcherI
sixty days had elapsed from the time the their well filled baskets, and a most en- Willie WalkerS
vard County Florida, do ]
respectfullyconcur
i Board of County Commissioners called Our gardeners are busy shipping beans, joyable day was spent by everyone. in the above and ask Willie Walker A Belcher
application JD Crabb
the election, until the election was held, cucumbers and tomatoes. The picnic and fish fry was a most en-
.. that the permit and right be granted. M Xichty,<
H
in 1887, we had the opportunity of ask- Captain T. W. Lund left Monday joyable affair. An ample quantity of B Hersey J'D Crabb

ing'many of our people ,how the return morning for Lake Worth. the good things of life supplied the want NAMES. WITNESSES. G B Hemingway M E English ...

w to the local option law would suit in We were pleased to see the nice lot of of all. J D Crabb E D C Crabb MillerJ .

their respective precincts and every time goods received at our store this week. As a business meeting it was certainlya EDeConrcy Jas Silvertootb. J W Jones. G B Hemingway

the in favor of local Between 30 and 40 of the his x mark
answer was option. success. J D CrabbE H E EnglishJ
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Bowman were wel- WFFutch J R WatsonFred
The sentiment of(communities is always leading orange growers of Bockledge and DeCourcyS WMabanTkW
come visitors at Mrs Johnson's one day
more or less a restless one, and the this week.It City Point contracted with Capt. Paddison R Anderson J EDeCourcy D Crabb Gubler i-fWllliamKWooAIF 'Smith

prohibition statute of our law is one of as agent of the East Coast Trans- J Crabb .
is reported that Mr. Armour has A.Losley
JJTucterhisxmarkn
jeopardy, which, if in force, is liable to portation Co. to deliver from 60 to 75 percent Jas Silvertooth A Rose JD CrabbSDCrabb
sold out his interest in his hammock
be attacked every two years, and if then : of freight to them for the term of None S Anderson i
L R Decker
defeated, releases the power of voters to grove to Captain Carlile. three years.It J E Howard : J W Rogers

defeat application for license in any of RobertIcCoHough killed a large bear is not at effort to down .the present V GaUer Jas E SHvertooth P 1\1 Fisher*, JD Crab

i those precincts voting wet, for then the last week, and captured two rubs; one line, but to secure that healthy competition Osborn E DeCourcyA H Rice *. Herman-Jas Silvertootb

applicant has only to pay his license to died and the other he disposed of to without which it is difficult to se- M T J EatonE A W Buie < John Dunn. .

sell; but under the local option law, the parties in Titusville at a very fair price. cure considerate treatment at the handsof H Rice T J Eaton Herman Fischer. A 'V Buie

petition of a majority of the registered :Mrs. Frank Duren and master Arthur, managers of corporate bodies, who, in R AMOsborn A Bobbitt : *> J J P D Goldsmitb Crabb ..

voters in Buch.precinct has to be first ob- are spending a couple of weeks at her the plenitude of their authority think OF Duren JWMahanTJ E S Hamilton J D Crabb Ii

tained, then published two weeks before sister's Mrs. Froescher. She says the there is none to call them to account; A Bobbitt i GF Daren R S Smith., F A LosIer,

the County Commissioners can grant a country air has benefited her health who too often feel that it the steamer is J 'V Mahan J D Crabb

permit forlicense.. very much. flaged in for less than a remunerative Thomas Mitchell A 31 Osborn WalterS Graham A A'Stewart.:0
William
K Wood F A Losley
Granting then that the moral standard Mrs. Johnson's parlor looks like an- landing it is pure graciousness. .AMOsborn : T'VSmlth.
R 0
Grover .
of our county is always on the ascend other place. Fresh paint, new carpet Freight, pre-paid to flag landings, and S D GeIger James E Bowman Ii' A Losley!

ency, is it not true that liquor selling I? and furniture has certainly improved it; accepted as such, is put off at the landingmost S E Rice R 0 Grover May Bell John Butler
A n:
under as good control by local option as a more cozy room is not to be found in convenient for the steamer. E De Osborn A H Curry
Courcy John Butler
prohibition! the neighborhood.The i Arbitrary changes in these flatters, Milton Graver J W Mahan George Denom A H Curry

We hope to see, with the aid of our annual school will without due notice to agents, have EDe Courey George Denom .
Sunday picnic TWSmithWH :
County Court, that selling will hereafter practically united the people in the one J 'V Mahan Wiley Henry Henry Pendletoo- :
be held at Rocky Point, a little north fPace's longing for competition and emancipation. A M Osborn '.* John.Butler
be restricted to those only who have le- Harris
old J S Williams
store, on Saturday, the 24th ..E De Courey George Denom
gaily obtained their license. inst. All are cordially invited to come, Flattering offers of immunity from 'V M E English I John Butler
_ Myers Lewis Widman ,
these vexatious "decrees in council" to Jas Sllvertooth A H Curry 4
and bring their baskets and enjoy a tI! .
-Mr. Henry Egger, who left for Kan- pleasant day. influential material wealth men whose and political high position influence in Di E English Jas silceerttoooth Moses Baker John Lewis Butler Widman .

sas City about two weeks ago, returned would enable them to resist, have been Frank Renaker 'A: H Curry .
here last night, having discovered the COCOA. refused. They have evinced the highest H Q Hawley, 'f J Eaton Shadrick Lenton Lee SmithA '

fact,.we presume, that"there is no place Mr. J. Green left for'his home in Paterson quality of brotherhood by casting their Henry Pendleton Frank Renaker H-Curry I
with their who less Wm Gibson
lot neighbors are T J Eaton Lewit'Vidm&D
t like bome> N. J.. last Thursday. his x mark .
I fortunate. T 'V White -- : 4 J'VMahan
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Barnwell '
Mrs. Hendry, of LaGrange, pent a In due, time,. it is believed, we will his mark Frank Bentker, Andrew E11eaRoodA'HCarry 1
FOR DYSPEPSIA our and take our choice ina T 'V H Harris his z mark .
few days in Cocoa last week. pay money ,
UM Brown. Iron Bitter. service that is cheerfully rendered by John Myers Frank Renaker Thos Warren Jamphti
'" PhjsicUna recommend It. &Ir. and Mr?. p. R. Johnson returned either line. 'V H Harris .,
'VV
jmjgetien.keep It SLOO bottle. Genuine Frank Benaker Beecber
fcai trifle-mark a aD4 croued per reduces wrapper. Thursday from their trip Jupiter.. .SERVETtS.a T W White Edward H: Titus J D Crabb

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FASHIONS FOR CHILDRENONCE Little girls,of'course,"wouldn't do such
THE FIGS OF SMYRNA
thing but they are all in favor of the

shorter skirts, as they, too, are a little lEltm Observations Taken During a Walk in ft
THEY NEVER WORE ANYTHING tired: of the Empire and Sara Crewe Garden in the Aldln District.It .

OF DARK COLOR.. style The waists to the summer ging- is only when the trees are from fire

hams, chambreys and lawns, as well as to seven years ,old that they begin to

Piew3 the Elaborately Stitched and muslin, are all made very tastefully and bear fruit useful for commercial purposes .

Hemmed and Hand Embroidered with much ornamentation, while the TO THE 'CLOUDS BY RAIL. but once that age is attained the SOME MISTAKE. .
White skirts I
; are very plain. Sashes are fastened tree will yield its annual crop for sixtyor
Garment of the Past Are Almost Entirely with heavy and A Railroad That I* Over 1<<,000 Feet High
enormous buckles in seventy, or, with careful pruning, for The Victor War a Mudsill All Right
Abandoned shell steel at One of IU Termini.The
or oxidized silver. eighty years. The fruit does not at all Enough, out the Vanquished

[Special Correspondence] Hat are in all Forts, kinds and colors Pike's Peak Cog railway, one of resemble the ordinary black eating fig. We were having a good time in a St.
of straw the most marvelous engineering feats of
NEW YORK, May 1.-It is not so very Shirred! and trimmed as you please It is a short, pulpy fruit. A large one Louis gymnasium one night when the
hats of gingham for the world, is almost completed. About
quite little
that children would four The question of self defense to
many years ago wore no ones weigh quite ounces. came up
are as pretty as a picture over the two years ago the first real effort was
dark colors at all. No color or tint was sweet little faces. The strings are of the made to supplant the burro train and color is a bright yellow green but when be argued by half a dozen different per

too delicate for them, and the mother same material. OLIVE HARPER. drive the iron horse to the summit of you cut into it the flesh is white, with a sons. Among them was a man from

who put a dark frock or cloak upon her the grim "Sentinel of the Rockies." 'A center of dark red. Cincinnati, \who contended that a gen.

child was considered far more hard "OLD HUTCH" IN OFF HOURS.The of local capitalists The taste of these figs is poor and tleman ought always to be able to thrasha

hearted than Pharaoh and more econom- company ized and the work gradually commenced.was organ- rather faint, but the pulp exudes an mudsill provided the latter would

ical than loving,but she was bound downto Master of the Chicago Wheat Pit Is abundance of amber colored juice, so make a fair scrap of it. Two or three
Unfortunately, and
capital
backache and sideache from the extra a Close Student and a Good Talker. after grading several miles was around lacking, that they seem with the slightest pres- opposed>this theory, and to test it the

labor entailed on keeping her little girls [Special Correspondence.] moun- sure almost to drip with.honey. Their Cincinnati offered to strip while a
tain peaks and over mighty chasms the
CHICAGO ,
always sweet and clean in the delicate May 1.-When the market promise to the taste is more than their committee t out to pick up a victim.It .
is failed, and the work to "
active and the wheat pit on the floor company came We know committee of and I
dresses. It was not uncommon to see a performance. how beautifula was a one, went

little child dressed for ordinary occasions of the board of trade contains a buzz- a stop.But this failure of local cherry orchard, or a garden wall covered out upon the street and picked my man

in a white cashmere which had ing, shouting, screaming swarm of enterprise onlystimulated with peach trees, can look in the haphazard. He was going past with a
and
called out the true west-
been laboriously embroidered by hand, brokers, the eyes of those most deeply ern vim and The burro train early weeks of a mild spring. The fig bundle under his arm, and I said to him:

and if it was hard on the mother it was interested are not so much on the dial energy. tree differs from almost all fruit trees. in "Will you come in and box man. fiveor
slow for fast
too this and
where the fluctuations in price are being was going age. that it six rounds for$S?"
this
no less hard on the child, for no freedom the people were determined that. the respect, seems to bear no '
could be allowed a child for natural constantly registered as on a grim and flowers. Of course it does flower-if it.I I I "Regular fighter he asked. ,, ;
smoke of the locomotive should bv
healthy play. terror inspiring figure stalking about seen did not it could bear no fruit-but it "No only an amateur."
near the grand staircase. This is from the terminus of the highest, rail- *
"Old
flowers invisibly. In fact the flower is Tm your huckleberry.
Hutch," as he has been christened by way in the world. The result was the concealed in what ultimately becomesthe He was a plasterer, and he had some

11Lha 4 those who have fallen in the fray. So organization of a company of capitalistswith fruit. If you cut open a fig when it of his tools in the bundle. He got ready
almost unlimited lUt'an.A charted
large a percentage of the population has attained little more than a third of without seeming to care who his opponent -

riJiii bear the scars of wounds received in the was obtained and a corps of engi- its full size the flowers will be seen in was to be, and as they entered the

wheat pit that the fame of B. P. Hutch- neers set at work to locate the line. The full development, and it is at this stage ring it was seen that they were about

; inson as a financier is obscured by the contract was let and the work of grading that,if the stamens are perfect, fertiliza- even in size and weight. Time was

notoriety of "Old Butch" commenced. tion takes place, and the fruit swellsand called and the fun began. It di' 't last

Probably no prominent character in From that time all day long and of ripens. long, however. Inside of two minutesthe

the west is more generally misunderstoodthan moonlight nights, it has been one con- Walking through a fig garden in the plasterer planted a straight right

; he. Even his enemies have to ac- tinuous boom boom and roar, resem- Aidin district in the month of June, you bAnder at the other's nose,Which floored

t knowledge that his most disastrous forayson bling a battery of heavy, artillery dis- will see a strange and almost incompre- him and kept him on his back for sixty

the market have invariably been pre- tinctly twenty miles away. Giant pow-. hensible operation being carried on. The seconds."Is .

t9r ceded by repeated warnings to the crowdto der and dynamite have done their work, trees are by this time covered with fruit, that all?" calmly inquired the'plasterer ,
tr "staJ from under which had and mountains of rock have been hurled he took off the
) they though the figs are less than half the size as gloves.
been would have from where they had rested since placed "Yes. Here's .
accepted meant
safety. I to which they subsequently attain. The your money.
+ r observers there by the Architect of the Universe. "Thanks. 'Good .
Unprejudiced night.
can see plainly boughs which bear them are often not
enough that what some of his rivals accomplish Instead of following the old survey more than a few feet from the ground: When the Cincinnatian came to and Q
r of luck and profiting by the work already done, his repaired he sat for long
by means trickery, and One of the peasants in the garden takesa got nose a
reckless "bluffing," this much traduced the new road starts from the Ute Iron basket filled with small, green figs time wondering how it all came about.

( veteran owes to his extraordinary physi- Springs, a short distance west of the strung loosely on pieces of cord. Some "Can't you explain iff* he was finally

cal vitality, his phenomenal energy and a principal avenue in-the famous pleasure. of these cords will have only a couple of asked. f
resort of Manitou Springs. Thence it
IRIS DRESS AXD HUBBARD CLOAK. vigilance that never relaxes for a moment.A figs and some as many as six. The "No.

But now all that is changed, and thereis very few of Mr. Hutchinson's busi- takes its course up Ruxton Creek,closely workman flings the cords up into the "Well, I can." *

no color that mothers wear that is not ness associates know him as somethingmore following the old burro trail, past the branches, on the twigs of which they are "What is it?'

fit for the little girls and fashionable. than the terror of the wheat mar- Minnehaha Falls, through scenery which caught, so that every tree shall be "He was a mudsill all right enough, t
,ket and his would require an inspired pen to faith- but are no gentleman!" New York
too., they thoroughly enjoy so- adorned with one of these singular neck you :- 1

The benefit of this system is that thereis ciety. When 'chang opens they stand fully portray. Four miles west" of Mani- laces. It is hard to guess their purpose. Sun. __ *

not so much work to keep the children aloof, for the "old man" is carrying in tou ia the "Half Way house, where a These strung figs are wild fruit, bitterin Insulting.
station will be located. the ,
Leaving
clean, and the children are happier and his mind the operations of a dozen.brok- Half Way house the road winds throughthe taste and quite useless as food, but Tve changed my barber" said young

healthier,because they can play without ers, who are reporting constantly how they have this singular property, that Dod leton. i

restraint, and it is far more economical. the battle waged in the pit. When the canyons, through a magnificent parkof they arrest the tendency of the other "Whyr"Well

.. S in several ways. bell taps at the close the veteran stalks a pine and skirting hemlock the eastern, climbing base up of,the always figs to drop to the ground before they don't like some things he does.I .

'I Qf course there will always be occasions little way up the street to his bank, the up, attain maturity. Sometimes the crop of wanted to get shaved and he went, over
mountain around
for 'a white dress made as daintily Corn Exchange. Here the loose ends of ,bearing southwesterly, I these Capri figs, as they are called, fails, my face with a wet toweL" ,
Point" the south its I
"Windy on making
as mother love can devise and moth- the day's business are picked up and but so useful is the purpose they serve "Did he stop there
final rise and reaching the summit of j!
er's tireless patience can accomplish. some laconic general orders issued for Pike's Peak from the west. that growers will give as much as a pi "He was going to when I told him I

Such an one is the pretty little Iris dress the morrow. Toward 4 p. m. a few con- astre, or four cents, for each fig. This thought the job was incomplete."

made of soft white mull, embroidered genial spirits will be found in the Century Here up amid the eternal snows, a I price is so high that, as a rule it will "What did he do then? ,
station house and hotel will be built 14-
deeply around the bottom and worn overa club drinking in the wisdom that falls the swallow up all the sprouts expected from "He said he didn't know I wanted a. i-
836 feet above level. From the
pink wash silk slip, with a tiny from the lips of "Old Hutch." But if eastern terminus at sea Manitou to the west- the crop. From the end of June and close shave.Washington Post.

plaiting around the bottom, just show- anyone expects to hear a word about through July the fig swells and ripens.In .
terminus the summit distanceof
ing under tOO edge of the mull. A how to get money out of wheat, or out ern on a its earlier stages the fruit is not very A Hard \Teek Work. 4
nine miles the difference in altitudeis '
w sash of the same silk crosses the waist of anything else for that matter, disap- palatable, but on attaining maturity it Great Lawyer-I am tired* to death.
about 8,336 feet, or an of 936
and is tied in an enormo bow at pointment awaits him. average is sweet and agreeable, juicy and much Sympathetic Wife-You look tired.What's ..
feet mile in the of the road.
grade
the back. The sleeves are puffed over It is Thoreau, his favorite philosopher, per relished, though somewhat laxative. been the matter?
The engine and cars are now being built
i cOk and with deeP cuffs and bretelles of Margaret Fuller, the dispersion of the This is the season for the pilferers. The Tve been making my speech for the
expressly for this road, the engine beingso
I embroidery. Blue corn color, old goldor races, the theory of evolution, the poetryof crop is so valuable that watchers are defense for three days}now, and, tired or
constructed to line of
as run over a
Eiffel red can all be used for the slip Browning, Tennyson, Dante, Shake- stationed in the garden, who keep watch not, HI have to go right along with it tomorrow 1
the center of the track the
if preferred. speare, evolution, religion, art music, cogs in en- day and night. and perhaps the next day." '

I And the dear little coaxing sister! medicine-the whole range of subjects gine preceding the cars going up and These watchers, called beckji, with "Can't you cut it short?" j jo
them down. A
;, She is going out with grandma in a little which appeal to the intelligence of en- following Iras coming been buildan com- their shelters and surroundings, mightbe "Not until the jury'have had time .to 'r
to
already organized
j, Bubb&rd cloak of brown and fawn lightened humanity supply texts for the pany designed for art rather than occupation forget the evidence against c1i ."- "
elevated Manitou to
through
railway
striped cheviot and a big poke bonnet all discourse of this wonderful man. His connect the Denver and Rio Grande and so picturesque is their appearance. ,New York Weekly. .

of,seal brown straw and plumes. The little grammar is often faulty, and his pronun- the Pike's Peak Their accoutrement reminds one that :% "
railway depots.St.Louis :
,' coat has for its only trimming a row of ciation occasionally something to smileat. Globe-Democrat. Asia Minor is still a great hunting ground One or the Other.

tacks surmounted by a herring bone in He sees the smile and affably ex- for brigands. Quite a museum of knives Laphson-Doyou '-see that sign over !

saddler's silk. Not at all gay or elabor- plains how he never went to school a and pistols is displayed in the belt and a there in the dgarf store. window Smiles,

ate, but oh, how quaint and sweet the day in his life. Bnt he has a rugged Charcoal for Dyspeptics. heavy iron bound cudgel is probably '"Can't be beat "" .
what she
little maiden looks in IU! eloquence that never fails to impress I asked"Helen was getting. rather a symbol of office than actually Smiles-Yes. It refers to a brand of

MA quiver full" of dear little children those who listen. They know that this "Why, she answered, "I Ifeve a friend needed for protection. The guardian'sarbor cigars, does it not? ,.

= is to be desired, but it has its drawbacks, man, who is master of trade and finance, who suffers terribly with dyspepsia, is generally situated near the dry- LaphSon-That's the point but I tried ,

r. particularly when Bobby is always need- has read more books than the professors, brought on, he says, from eating homemade ing ground of the plucked figs. It is one of the cigars, and if it wasn't beet it #
cake, and I am going to take him a
ing shoes and Minnie and Nellie stockIngs and read them better; that he knows there that the greatest value is concentrated. must have been ca.bbage.-Journal of '
and better than the pain- box of charcoal biscuits. They are excel- Education. .
poetry '
pictures .
hats etc. The best to dress -Harper's Magazine.
way
- lent, I am told, for all forms of this 4
the that he has looked
little kilt ters and poets;
them is to give Bobby a pretty malady." She Was willing.Alice0 ,

a ?oit of serge or cheviot or heavy blue deep into the lives and of found the men in them and "Charcoal biscuits I exclaimed. "Do Henry Irving was nominated for the Maud, 1 have had some '

f panel, made with a blouse, and socks women of history dreamed of. please let me see them. I never heard of British parliament, and declined in a tickets for to-night's concert given me.

J and stout boots. A toreador hat is just more than their biographers such a tiling." letter in which he said: "It would not be Shall you be engaged this evening?
Row the style for him with a triple co- Often the bid man holds forth on these possible for any actor in the actual discharge i
? occasional of beer She opened the box and they were displayed Maud-I think it quite likely, if Mr.
.: carde at the left aide. matters, over an glass of his calling to aspire to parlia-
until within to my wondering eyes. A small, Getthare makes as much progress towards
Minnie Tartan plaid and make and cheese sandwich, an mentary honors, as not only do the circumstances -
l"Get a Then his little audience hard, oblong biscuit, black as the ace of proposing as he did last night.-
( it on the bias, and trim it with a row of hour of dawn.bed. But bed is not in the spades, in fact the surface reminding one of his work forbid such a Lawrence :American.
crawls off to
# braid with but that work itself needs
| castle orlBercules a possibility, a
open
He his of the burnt cork make up on a "nigger
Hutch.
"Old gives
Yrp'' 1 aaii of the BameBnd| dress her doll with thoughts of minstrel's" face. calmer atmosphere than is to be found in From the Eiffel Tower. ?

lie scraps: left over. Give studious Nel- big form a shake, and, going to the office "Do mortal beings eat such thingsas the strife of public needs and personal She John, what is that tall thing ris- .
the first any
I r a i 'a quiet little gown of dark blue flan- of his favorite newspaper,boards buys horse these?*' I ejaculated.The ambition of such a lofty kind." ing over there in the direction of. the s''

' t' neatly made with the front of surah sheet wet from the press, a lady presiding behind the Rue de Rivoli?
sunrise. young
.. ch was all the best part. of big sister car and is at the stock yards by counter looked rather offended and said Spinning Tope In London. He' (who has traveled)- -It must be

; it ,4 "bel'. last year's drem,.. nd, you will Usually a day thus begun makes C.historyin D. in a chilly tone: "Indeed they do. Thereis The top season has begun among the our hotel bilL-Life.
the wheat pit of London. The
1 d little ones well dreSsed' and youth popular game
,. your quite a demand for them. They are
dressed too. seems to differ from the game in the Honesty Under Difficulties.
economically and G. W. Childs of The comparatively,and are our own
. ,', Ginghams are as strong as iron and Dom Pedro special states. A circle three feet in diameteris An epitaph in a_ Blairvflle (Pa.) cemetery .
, brand.
i'. :IV the aky therefore ginghams Philadelphia Ledger, are warm personal made, and within this circle one boy .reads as follows: "A. B. was a good
as ; and .exchange letters. Thank heavens I am not a dyspeptic.
frequently
r .I! s good for boys and girls to wear for friends used to visit this Mabel in Chicago Times.A sets his top to spinning. Then the sec- son a loving husband a fond father, an

1 and where laundry work When the //emperor ond boy drops his top so as to drive the able lawyer, but.an honest man.NewYork
r. rammer, made it to be
a point
t' not count. Where 'It does, light country he always first top outside this circle; at the same Tribune.A .
editor.
cool the guest of the wealthy Dreaded Rival. lime the second must remain inside ,
; lens are better and quite as top '
.
r looking. Sir Edward Guinness has selected sev- the circle. No attempt is made to split Votary ofFashion.Mabel
w not summery
OUJh quite so .
for the erection of -If don't love him and never
in London you
f t nothing suit a boy so well as a eral sites the top. Driving a top outside the circle

Iff 5 for suit, with :gilt braid, an embroid-- dwellings for the working classes, whichare counts twenty, provided the driver remains intend to marry him.why do you remain

red anchor and- "real sailor buttons" to differ from the famous Peabody in the circle; failure counts nothing engaged to the young man?
l that will be let only to the Laura-Oh. just to be in style. Chicago
jith a foul anchor oa them. I am sorry houses in they either way, only No. 2 becomes No.

?Jo relate that while mothers would like poorest class of laborers and that the rent 1, and he that was dropped at the first Times. *. ..'. :?.

to, keep the pretty and picturesque Faunt- will be almost nominal. time now has his turn to drop. He wins Giving Him Facts.What's 4

l roy suits on their boys, these latter The late Mr. Randall was once a fine the game who first scores 100. There ice,-now?" asked old Pomposity -

tip their noses and mutter "chest- horseman, and for a short time a private seems to be no such thing as playing for of Mr. Freezeout.
,
_ta"scornfully. I soldier in the Philadelphia City Troop. keeps here.-Cor. Chicago News. "Same as usual-frozen water," replied

r J; He bestrode a rather fractious horse, the arrogant ice king.Chatter.A .
cL that he guided and controlled with perfect Darn Tour Own Garbage.If .

,, 'j s t # science. He was an expert in the you live in aity and have no pig, Recipe.

,, ."1 1 cavalry saber drill, and there was scarcely don't keep a swill paiL It attracts rats, To make a paperweight,neglect to pay

a better swordsman in the troop. roaches and other vermin, and, tends to up your subscription dues.Chatter.

.f Gen. Crook was a man of very strong Clergyman Mr. De Riche, I am sure make a servant careless. Open your,

ity affections. The last time he was: at the that you will contribute something to range dampers and burn your garbage. An enterprising London journal re*

k old homestead near Dayton, O..,.was on our fund to send missionaries to the in- "Cleanliness is next to godliness,** and cently organized a contours as to which
terior of Africa. the five best actresses in the world.
when the bell ringing swill contractor, were
50th He told
his birthday.
1878
Sept. 8, ,then that it would be long De Riche(looking at couple near him)- SOT reasons best known to himself, fails The following results were obtained by
brothers
his he would return "The fact is," 'You may put me down for flOO,my dear to come some hot July or August day to vote: Ellen Terry, 2,240; Mrs. Kendal
before sir if get that student yonderto comfort 2,222 Nellie Farren,2,183; Sarah Bern
he said, "it is easier for me to stay away ,you card your suffering neighbors, your ;
1 herelhan to get away if I come accept a post and go atonce--alone.Harper's .- peace of mind and olfactories will be at hardtl,911K&ryAndenon.lt8ear Mrs
from
: Bnzar. I'Ht.-New York Journal, Langtry got left with 121 votes,and Ada
bere. Ifc hurts less. ... .
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A STEAMSHIP 4. ASHORE. :. LACRANCE.o PETITION FOR LICENSE. R S Smith. J F D A Crabb LosleyA HODGSON

To the Honorable' Board of County Commissioners A A Stewart BROS
The City of Alexandria Stranded near BI.- Most t>f our, orange-growers are busy A Buie
: for Brevard County, State of John P Bennett
CAfRe L1Rhthotue., trimming up their groves, thereby de- J D Crabb

?'. A report reached the Timu-Union stroying all traces of the cold snap of Florida. Chr F Fischer F A Losley General :l MerchantsJiEau ;

Thursday last to the effect that the Cityof March. Since the recent showers the We, F. A. Losley a
f Brevard County, State of Florida, do J D Crabb ,
Alexandria, from Havana for New trees are looking more natural. c> G-allie Florida.
C H Walton-
Honorable
York, had gone ashore on the Florida 'it is delightful to see the great improvement ]respectfully apply to your Henry ,Hpreyer J D Crabb ,
ask
Beefs about fifteen miles north of Cape Mr. Gruber has made in his Body for a permit, and do hereby T W Smith INDIAN RIVER.
1;that the right be granted to us to sell James E Bowman .
D
J CrabbH
Florida. This point is perhaps farther place; that's right Joe, keep on in the

out of the world for news-gathering pur- good work. I intoxicating liquors, wines and beer, in S R Anderson F Atkinson Steam or Sail Boats for Charter by the
aid County, and in Precinct or election :Frank Renaker:
poses than any other in the country. Jr. carries the finest F H
Tom Johnson
Boye
,
Cape Florida is at the southeast extrem- turnips Titusville every time he goes, c listrict Number Two (2). LOSIXY. Frank Foreman J D Crabb Day, Week or Month.{
FRED A.
,ity of Biscayne Key, at the entrance to that are to be had; he says his beans are FRANK REN'AKER.'Ye R W Rhodes Max Myerson M'McRae INDIAN RIVER
STATE
Thos BANK.
and is hundred h.TltuM'llIe
Biscayne bay, nearly one .
look for Tom
for home consumption; out
John O Willsey
majority
the undersigned, being a
miles from Jupiter, the nearest telegraph 'V J Black
about that time. J D CrabbJ
i jf the registered voters of Election Dist- Florida.
Point; it is fully 250 miles from Key J F LewisA ,
West, the next nearest'point reached by AVERILL rict Number Two, in said County, do II Curry M Osborn Incorporated under Laws State of Florida. p

the wires. A Key West special says: 1 hereby respectfully concur in the above Andrew Gibson S J Long Authorized Capital, $100,000, I

Miss Susie Johnson. of Melbourne, is application, and respectfully petition E White
"Tbe steamship City of Alexandria of Matt WaitersA Paid-up Capital, $25,000.A .
visiting friendsliere. Honorable Body to grant to the
your Walker
the New York .and Havana Steamship Viley II Curry GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRAN:
is ashore on the reef, sevens Averill will have not l less than three said F. A. Losley and Frank Renaker, David Dunwoody SACTED.
company James Thomas
Risk artesian wells drilled this summer. the permit to sell intoxicating liquors, A II CurryA JAMES PKITCIIARD, President,
miles off Biscayne light. Captain
wines and beer, In said Election Dis- II Curry W. B. BARNETT, Vice-President,
of the steamer Comal,which arrived here Turtle eggs are ripe. Henry Starck trict. 2dmon Love R E Glen ""M. M. BROWN, Cashier. ..

yesterday from ew York, reports that found; the first nest at Bay View last J Williams ,'
WITNESSES. Vm Gibbon Directors: James Pritchard, W. B. Bar-
he sighted a large steamer ashore at that Sunday. NAMES. Walter Bellamy nett, J. II. Durkee, W. S. Graham, and

'point Tuesday night just before dark. Capt. Jacob Fox and family paid a 0 J F. 'f II J D De Archibald Steuben J S WilliamsNathan Wm Walter Gibson Bellamy W. M. Brown.

Through the glass the crew could be seen pleasant visit to Averill recently. They .J F Lewis Wm Gibson Every favor consistent with Conservative

engaged in jettisoning the cargo, but as i contemplate returning to Buffalo, N. Y., E It Fisher I 'f J DeSteubcn Webber A II Curry

the ship did not appear to be in distress soon. J F Lewis Ellis Cobb Jerry Smith Ban in ex tended.Correspondents .
Wade H Harris
he did not go to her assistance or learn It takes a mighty good imagination to T J De teu ben e A H Curry : Seaboard Nat'l Bankof
,V H Ellis Cobb
her name.hu t he recognized her as one I G F Duren Myers Viley Henry New York ; Nat'l Bank of Jacksonville. '
make a "panther" out of a rabbit, but F A LosleyL A H Curry

of the old ships of the Alexander line, allowance should be made for circum- Frank T Budge II B Barmvell James Scott A.

new owned; by the Wards and plying stances. A Brady F .A LosleyC A II Curry rROSCHER,

between New York, Havana and Vera A Gardner Lewis Wideman II B Barnwell TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
Some miscreant paid a nocturnal visitto A C Gardner F Henry Pendleton
A
Cruz. Advices from New York confirm Losley Keeps a full supply metallic wooden
Craft's landing and carried the C Gardr.er Lewis WidemanA
this. As soon as the news got out a Captain's pet Porto Rico pineapple.away Now C A Gardner J.A .A LosleyJno Lee Smith H Curry Coffins, Cases and Caskets.

number of wrecking vessels sailed 'for T .J Eaton John Gibbon,
he keeps the gatling gun loaded. 1\1 DIxon George DenninsMoses A II Funerals attended if desired. All orders
Curry
S F
the scene of the disaster and they will Gray
executed and reasonable
Chase has re-named his fast J B Scre\'en Andrew Gibson promptly at rates.
Captain
reach there If the
probably to-night. S A Belcher Baker Embalming done.GEORGE .
1 V H A II Curry
sloop and henceforth she will be called Dyers
hip waa bound northward, ass supposed, J F Leis A M Osborn -:-
her cargo must be a valuable one, con- 'Averill." If it is held, she will partici- E C Miller Fran Renaker Henry Pendleton Andrew Gibson W. MORTON,

of tobacco and other valu pate in the Fourth of July regatta at E C Miller 'V II Harris
dialing cigars, :I Robert John Quincy HuganA Civil Engineer & Notary Public,
able products of the tropics. How the Titusville. llorrowl J F Lewis II Curry
J F Lewis Jerry Wait MORTONIIURST, HEATH, FLA.
Alexandria went ashore is so far' only a From present indications there will be J P Turner Robert Morrow W H WalstincShedrick John D Crabb Surveying and Leveling, Architectural

matter of conjecture, but' all coastwise at least 50,000 pineapple slips planted at J F Lewis Lee Smith Drawing, Township and Section Maps.

captains here say that northbound ves- Averill this season. It is now demon- E DeCourcy Hobert Morrow Lennon' '--. A II Curry Deeds, Mortgages, etc. Blanks constantly -*

strated that Averill is and Geo F Ensey Henry Pendleton on hand. .
sels always hug the Florida shore from frost-proof Milton Grover Milton Smith
A II
E
Key West up to Cape Canaveral, for her soil particularly adapted to pine- Milton DeCourcey Grover Nathan Curry ebber YEE LEE,

thus they,get the benefit of the currentof apples and vegetables. John Myers T: J Eaton 'Vushton Barnwell Henry Pendleton

the Gulf stream,which sets northwardat Jarvis A II Curry Chinese Laundry
4 Captain Joe Chase is still booming the W H 1\Iyers 'yrn 8 Beal n
1: J 'V Brown
this swiftly. In a fog or Eaton
point very vegetable business. Last week 1,000 f
thick weather it ,is almost impossible to J P Blake J F Lewis Andrew Fllemvood 'V F Futch Main Street,
cabbage plants, 150 bananas, 4 beds of Geo W Morton A II Curry

distinguish the low shore with its white lettuce and an acre of sweet potatoeswere S D Geiger May his Bell,X mark T W,White TITUSTILLE, FLORIDA.NAUMAN'S ..

sand dunes from fog banks,and the Alex- planted, beside other vegetables.He T'V Smith Wade H Harris.W his X mark A II Curry .

ander may have gone on in broad day- sold his whole crop of Irish potatoesat F Futch S D Geiger Thos Warren A II Curry Warren :: :. ,;

' light with a full head of. steam. The the home market for $6.50 barrel, SP H Harris Joseph
per T 'V Smith Henry Pendleton. NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY
lighthouse, on Cape Florida ia an old and cabbage brought $4.25 per 1001bs. A M Qsborn' \V F Futch Jerry Wait A II Curry f

brick tower with second third 'f"V Lewis Wideman THE PIONEER AGENCY. '
Smith
only a or
While bathing in the ocean at Hass.ler's G Noll I H Gorey .,
class light. The protection..to mariners J P Blake A II Curry For terms and sample copies address
Haven last Monday, Mrs. Hassler A A Stewart J D Crabb CHAS. NAUMA ,
along the coast is decidedly inadequate. and Miss Susie Johnson had a rather un- II F Atkinson Frank HenakerT GPo Barnwell F A Losley Titusville P. 0., Brevard county, Fla. E

The Alexandria carries both passengersand pleasant adventure. They had waded T 'V SmithE

freight, but no danger apprehended B Metzger ,' DeCourcey The First Symptoms of Death. NOTICE OF INCORPORATION.Notice L Lf.
out to a shoal nearly 200 feet from the ,
on account of the former. Full particu- J P Mitchell is hereby given of the formation of a corporation -
beach and Chas J Howard Tired dull headache in
so enjoyable was the bathingthat feeling, pains ,
learned T 'V Smith to be known as the East Coast Trn portion *
lars wilt b to-morrow throughthe they did not notice the turn of the C J Howard various parts of the body, sinking at the : Company? The principal office of said Company -
return here of one or more of the Jas F Mitchell pit of the stomach, loss of appetite,feverishness will be at Titiurille, Florida. The general
E
tide. When they attempted to return DeCourcey nature of the basinets the transportation of freight t
"v pimples or sores, are all positive '
wrecking steamers. E DeCourcey and passengers over the wate.ways of the cut :
they found about eight feet of water in V Gaiter evidence of poisoned blood. No matter coast of Florida. The anthorizn capital will be for '
A Key West special, Friday night, the gully at the edge of the surf. As T'V Smith'Jas how it became poisoned it must be purified the present, $5000.00.three-fifths of which than be
said "There is no' news M 'V Lichty paid in and the balance upon call of the directors
particular? here neither of them could swim, they foundtlJtmsehes Silvertooth '1' A Robinson to avoid death. Dr. Acker's Eng- The corporation than commence on June 10th, or "t.
concerning the wreck of the City of lish Blood Elixir has never failed to remove as soon then-after aa its articles of association and r
in quite a predicament, but 'V II Harris by-laws are filed with the Secretary of State. The
Crabb scrofulous
J D
r Alexandria since seen'by Capt. Riske, of it would have been much worse had they E W Holmes or syphilitic poisons. business of the company shall be transacted by aboard E
Y Gaiter Sold under positive guarantee. Sold by of not leas than three directors, who shall a
the steamer Comal, last Thursday morning not fortunately taken with them a long R A Bobbitt Dixon & Gray, druggists. have power to elect a president secretary and
None of the wreckers have return E II nIceE treasurer and' appoint a general manager. The
'. rope, especially for bathers, one end ol John Iyers directors shall be for the first year the undersigned
ed." <"f which was fastened to a big pile firmly H Rice Henry T Titus Dewitt's Little Early Risers Best pill incorporators, and the officers shall be. ejected each ,
there alter the first In Julia
on Tuesday
year
for
Sick Headache and Sour Stomach.
I
'
Capt. Thos. S. Eeels, underwriters' T \V White The highest amount of indebtedness to which
driven well on the beach. Althougha :
up *
Henry T Titus Sold Dixon & GreDewitt's .
by ) the can subject itself ban not exceed six
' in received telegram E II Rice company
agent Jacksonville a -
trifle scared, the ladies did not lose thousand dollars. ,
from ,the underWriters' board in 'V 'V Skinner Henry Titus Little Early Risers. Most R. P. PinDLscs.linoM .
their presence of mind. Realizing that A l\1 Osborn pleasant cathartic liver pills ever made. KoBBoa.W. .
i New York, instructing him to proceedto every moment the water was getting : his X mark G Sold by Dixon & Grey. a OXAOIX.TitUiTille .
I J 'V Rogers Dyers Fla.,May U, 189Q. 4
the of the wreck and the
scene adjust deeper in the gully, they took long Jon
a wreckers' and A 1\1 Osborn .....
claims the losses. There
,. breaths, dived into the water, and drag Thomas Mitchell j r.I In Circuit Court fur the 7th Judicial.Cir t,
H B Archibald
c::>
are, he says, fifteen insurance companies I ged themselves, hand over hand, along Geo 'V Morton -I 0 cuit of Florida, in and for JJrctard

represented marine companies-five i the rope as quickly as possible.! As the R 0 Grocer 'V H Harris ::: .-.. ;. g". county. A. D. 1890.-:,In Q'h47Jtt1Y:" .

- on the hull and ten on the cargo. The gully was not over fifteen feet across S E nice A :M OsbornR CDJ ::r"'T.=.. :: JOSEPH F. CHASE'S| : '

t total amount of insurance is nearly they succeeded in reaching the beach 0 Grover o : vs. v Bill for Divorce ... .
C 'V Christian C a I LTBBIE A. CHASE. *j *
$200,000.- safely, but almost exhausted. Had it J J Tucker P A cr >< :: go
Losley
o ; It appearing from the affidavit of the
The of Alexandria built
City was by ro
not been for their coolness and prompt F A Losley 'I"r ,-f .... complainant herein filed that the defendant -'
\1
Roach and Son at Chester, Fa., in 1879. action both ladies might have been E English 'V H l\1yers \.1\ -3 '-t :: Libbie A. Chase, resides beyond the

She is 1,702 tons measurement, 307 feet drowned, as at the time nobody else was Fred Gabber J P Blake O O e: : UlgI d jurisdiction of this court,but is believed by
feet F A Losley -: I complainant that defendant resides in
all
long over 38.5 breadth beam, .sy
within mile of
a them. AM Osborn t-4 cr .... ; S ;S. Denver, State of Colorado) and that the .
and 20.6 feet in She rated
depth. was R C
Scrimgeout tit" II Harris tt :::3 -- age of defendant is ovetl. h age of twenty- S
' in Class I for twenty years under the Cleanse your breath and regulate your J D Crabb c) L7w one.years. WIt I

k, survey of the American Shipmaster's bowels with Dewitt's Little Early Risers. G H Altree R 0 Grover ro rJ e d w a'a is, therefore ordered that the said

Association. She was outward bound to Sold by Dixon & Grey. L A Brady tD CI:2: L.--. defendant, Libbie A. Chase,, do plead,
E L Brady ; demur to bill of
J W A answer or complainant's
I ; Havana and :Vera Cruz, and her cargo Mrs. Leander Wright informs us that McIntyre ""$ cr: CDCD 0 tj :!. complaint, herein filedon or before July
E L Brady \.l 0 \.1
she was cured of Chronic Constipation byDewitt's JY McIntyre I-f I w 4pcqS'3 < the 7th 1890 the said bill be takenas
was a general one, consisting chiefly of L A Brady ... cI 00 CA or will
Little Risers. Sold
miscellaneous merchandise Early by C A Gardner ..... :: confessed, and that complainant will'be
provisions, ;
=
Dixon & Grey. O === ,
L R Decker = allowed to his said
proceed exparte'with
and machinery. A C Oardner <; __ 0 Q ::; n
Dewitt.s Little Early Risers are a little J E Bowman t-I-t .en ro = ..... CA cause.
that do Small H Q Hawley 11\ I It is farther ordered that a. of this
Dizziness Loss of that Tired pill not gripe or cause pain. T J Eaton M o L.s.g "copj
Appetite, easy to take, safe. Sold by Dixon & Grey. "1 Co: 00 order be published once a week for four
Feeling Faintness Dyspepsia, Blood Disorders J p Lewis td E:
,
cl '
,
J P Miller \ consecutive weeks in the FLORIDA STAB,
; Eczema, Blotches?Pimples, Sallow When you get all out of sorts, Billion, F A Losley ..,.. C I0 ... a in Titutrille.. Bre
I Skin and taost disease result from an im- Dyspeptic, Despondent,Blood impure, Liver R "i1son S F Gray 0 -I a....=I C'O' vard newspaper county, Florida published, prior to the 7th dayof
pure condition of the Blood. Purify it inactive, lack of ambition, tired feeling Benj F A Logley -"') > paw July, A. D. 1890. '
with Dewitt's Sarsaparillft. We sell and I and everything goes wrong, just come to us J p Miller I .. g. 0 g Witness the Honorable John D.Broome,
recommend it. Dixon & and bottle of Dewitt's San aparilla. H B Kersey ""$ -I :: g mt0
Orey.Dwitt'a get a 0 Hall ::: Q p.. Judge of the said Circuit Court as well as
t Sarsaparilla will renew and It is a perfectly reliable preparation and Thos J P Blake a :3 ;. s. A. A.Stewart, clerk thereof,and the seal of

purify the blood, eradicate disease and will build you.up and renew your strength. I I \.JeXulty \V H Harris p (.r.... J.rI n 0_ said court, at the Court-house in Titus-

w make digestion easy. We ell it. Dixon Dixon & Grey.A I Max Ludwig von Thos MctiltyKoppelow r\I -. a lj ville, this 19th day of May 'A* D.1H90.A. .
A Grey. A l\I Osborn en ci .g A. STEWART,
Scrap or Paper Saves Her .DI B Metzger ... Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Siels P Nielson '"
life. 'F A t: =: : G. BAn *
Eupepsjr. Losley co It L. iBn, *
Tills is what you ought to 11\\(". in It was just an ordinary scrap of wrapping G"B HemingwaySv IlIIarris :3- C', g. Complainant's Solicitor. 5

" fact.you must have it, to full enjoy life.Thousands paper,but it saved herlife. She was Renaker o o .
are searching for it daily.and in the last stapes of consumption told J P Miller Notice to Creditors, Legateesand -
mourning because they rind it not. Thousands by physicians that she was incurable and J 'V Jones G B lIemingway Distributee*. '

upou thousands of dollars are could live only a short time; she weighedless MackenzieCarl C Curtis Notice.Six .
1Ipentannually by our people in the hope than seventy poands. On a piece of Geo 'V Geo Y Clemenh AH persons having claims and demands l
that they may attain this boon. And yet wrapping paper she read of Dr. King's J F Lewis weeks after date hereof I will apply against the estate of,William Benest, a
It may be had by all. We guarantee that New Discovery and got a sample bottle; E S Hamilton J F Olmstead to Hon. Minor S. Jones, county judge of creditors, legatees or distributees will,take '
: Electric Bitters if used according to directions it helped her, she bought a large bottle.. M E English Brevard county, Florida, for letters of administration notice that their claims must be presented
': and the use persisted In, will (It helped her more. bought another and F H Bo'e cum tntamento anntxo of to me within two years from the date hereof '
i bring you Good Digestlon'and oust the grew better fast. continued its use and is 3t F A Lo-IE'Y Henry R. W. McBride, late of said county, or the same will be barred,and persons

r '!|* demorrdr pepsia and install Instead Unf now strong,healthy ro<'y.plump weighing J R-\Yat."On E'EngJish deceased. The said deceased having indebted to said estate will make_ payment.

lipsx. W* recomrriefjd,:Electric! Bitters 14ft pounds. .For fuller particulars t T J EatonA7tosS named no executor of bis last will and tes to me. '
" for tjjrpepta and:\ .t iceuses of the liver send stamp to H Cole. Druggist, ': J D.Crabb tament. ALBERT QUIMBY, a
fronwch and kidneys. Sold at lit;. Fort Smith. Trial bottles of this wonderful y' ; F -A LosIer This, May 1st, 1890. Administrator of William lL&B nest, late
and'$t.QO per bottle by Dixon &. Gray. .Discovery fre*at* Dixon & Cray's I HermlinFisher' }'t :';. 'AA Stewart '' ", .CHAS. T. McBRIDE, of said county, deceased.' .- !* *

.a drugMsts. 22 drugstore. S 22 Frank RenakerP 36t ;' t ,Melbourne, Fla. April". J800. 5 .

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