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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 29, 1890
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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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 29, 1890. NO. 6.



t:. TTHE LOCAL LACONICS. -:Mr. B. C. Dupont, of. New York, -Shoes at cost at the "Bazaar." -Dr. W. L. Hughlett, of Cocoa, was LACRANCE.

was in town yesterday. -If'you want a straw hat go to Gold- interviewing Superintendent Watson, at

HAPPENINGS 'ROUND ABOUT US. -Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Hersey have smith Bros. the Indian River Hotel, Tuesday night, Sirs. II. S. Williams, of Rockledge,
I visited Sirs. Hendry for several days
rented Captain Paddison's house for- the with the object of making arrangementsfor
-Mr. S. F. Gibb" of Melbourne
wasin the annual Methodist Sunday School last week.
Current Event or Our Town and Suburbs summer months.
town Sunday. excursion.In .
r Briefly Epitomized. The Misses Clara Sanders and Sallie

.; -Special bargains in towels at Gold- loan Money on real! Money Money I to I Moonlight sailing will soon be the addition to our regular line, Hall, of City Point are spending a few
estate. Robbins
smith Bros. Graham Apply to & : order of the evening.Mr. which is better than ever variety and days with Miss Janie Johnson.
Titusyille Fla.
-Don't Geo. J. A'Becket, of New York, price, we are now "The City Shoe Store,". Miss Charlotte Palmer
: fail to secure some of those -Mrs. E. B. Fitzgerald, wife of En- was in town Friday last. having! bought out )Ir, Titus at such a was out lastThursday

bargains in shoes, at the "Bazaar." gineer Fitzgerald, arrived in town Tues- discount as enables us to offer some rare bidding her friends goodbyefor

i --Just opened a new line of writing day, and is stopping at the Indian River -Mr. J. H. Hayes, of City Point, has bargains for the next few days. Call the summer; she started north last
been spending a few days in town. early. J P. TURNER & Co. Friday.
and box Hotel
paper paper at Goldsmith Bros.
-Shoes 1 Shoes! bargains for cash, call -Capt. E. Foord who has been at Jupiter :Mrs. Chas. SIcCrory who has been
-Dr. W. S. Graham made a business -Mr. M. E. Gruber has been busily very
and see. GEO. B. RUMPII. and Lake Worth for some time sick for the last six weeks is much
now
trip to Jacksonville :Monday and Tues- engaged fencing in his lot at North Ti- ,
Miss M. past, left here on Saturday morning'strain better we are pleased to hear that
day, this week. tusville, which he intends turning into a E. Woodward and Miss ; she
Laura Woodward on his way home to Hamblin, is able to be
S of New York were in up.
,
Slessrs. Jones & Atkinson have had poultry yard.Regular. Hampshire, England, where he intendsto
town Friday. remain until October he will then We were very much pleased to welcome -
their law office, on Slain street, neatly meeting of Indian River ;
Master is in return to his place on the lower river to our friend
Eugene Rumph town young Henry Egger
painted recently. Lodge, F. A..M., will be held Saturdayat
again, having returned from the Stetson enter into pineapple culture, which he back, and hope his stay will be perma-
-Sirs. J. G. Martin and daughter seven o'clock p. m. By order W. M. has great faith. He has suffered very
nent, for Henry is of the
University, at DeLand.Dr. one boys we do
S. H. much with felon of his
:Miss Allie, of Indianola, were in town Ray, secretary.Rev. lately a on one wish
and fingers which appeared difficult to cure. not to give up.
Mrs. F. Houghton, returned
last J. X. Jones
Saturday morning. left here yesterday
He thought that a visit to "the old folksat After the
from their trip to Lake Worth Friday, picnic Saturday, Andrew
.' -Sir. J. II. Rollins has been appointed morning to attend the District SlethodU home," combined with the sea trip
: and Carlile went fishing he returned in
will remain in until
town next ; two
Conference and medical advice will build him
to take the census for the northern at Green Cove Springs. He up
Monday. again and his friends, Serjeantson, hadbetter hours with three splendid trout, one
;
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portion of Brevard county; the work to expects to return here sometime next
\ be done during the coming month. week. -Closing out all lines of millinery work like Trojans, or he will get I weighing about 15 pounds, and more
ahead of them on the pineapple question I mullet
than he
could
carry he also-
,'J Messrs.: J. P. Turner & Co., purchased -Mrs. J. P. Miller and Mrs. Gus Mil- I and hats at cost. Mrs. Tubbs will be on his return from the "Old Country." caught two large sharks. *

this week, the stock of shoes ler started on a trip to Jupiter yesterday. with me but a few days longer, so call -The bathing pools at both hotels are

1 from }lr. Henry Titus, and have remov- Mr De.cker is at once. GEO. B. RUMPII.Mrs. Sirs. Dixon, of City Point, was a most
in
superintending things in full order and
now working we are
ed the same to their Bazaar stand.T. F. Lane, Miss Grace Alcott welcome visitor at Sirs. Wolfs last week;
the absence of Mrs. Miller, senr., from informed that some of our young ladies
. Picton Miss F. A. Lane and Mr. it has been a long time since she visitedour
Baumgarten, Esq., an the Indian River Hotel. Chas. Lane arrived have actually learned to swim since

Englishman practising law at Orlando, While hauling lumber for Mr.J. W. here from Lake Worth Friday, they took to bathing in them. This is a neighborhood, but those who were

was in town a couple of days this week, leaving for the north next day. much-needed accomplishment for the fortunate enough to meet her, say sheis

stopping at the Indian River Hotel. Huntington, at Aurantia, last Thursday, I young ladies of our town, for when they the same Sirs Dixon she was fifteen
He returned to Orlando to-day. Tom Decker killed a rattlesnake over '' -Sir. L. R. Decker has been busily happen to meet with the mishap of fall- years ago. *

I six feet long. This is not one of the 'I' engaged this week erecting the new port- ing into the river when entering or rowing

-Sir. and Sirs. Henry Titus' baby wasi usual "snake stories," for Tom has the : able stage in Masonic Hall, .in readinessfor some of the cranky flat-bottom boats, LACRANCE PICNIC..

quite ill last night ; so much so that she hide of this monster at his home in North the entertainment on the 4th July.If they can swim ashore without the aid of

. was not expected to live through the Titusville.Mrs. I anyone. Besides, a good scheme wouldbe When we started out Saturday morn .

. ni ht. However, we learn it was alive W. B. Watson and two children it is bargains you are seeking in to get up a swimming match between ing for Rocky Point, it was with the :
this line for cash call Sly stockis the ladies on the 4th July. Some of the .
'i morning, although in a very weak left here any on me. feeling that before the
Saturday morning, sayingshe day was over we ,
finest swimmers have
condition.The too large, and must be reduced. lady we seen on
was en route for the mountains of Indian River were those who took such would all get a good wetting as the

:Misses Clara Sanders and Sallie I Georgia for the summer months. Our GEO. B. RUMPII. interest in this healthful aquatic exercisein clouds looked very threatening, but

Hall returned from their visit to La- genial-looking Superintendent looks justa -One of the largest crowds we have the days when the Lau Gallic and fortunately for us it did not rain all day .

t Grange, Monday evening; spent Tues- little disconsolate over their departurefrom seen for some time past, left here on Melbourne Bathing Club was in the and the clouds only made it more pIeas-
day with Mrs. J.E. Bowman and start- Titusville. zenith of its fame. '
Saturday morning's train for various ant. There was enough wind to drive
ed fur their homes at Courtney and -Captain Samuel Platt, of the Clyde of the United States, Canada and -Captain and Sirs. R. P. Paddisonand I
Point the parts all the mosquitoes away, and allow those
City on steamer yesterday
steamer Seminole, made a flying visit to England. daughters the hisses Kate, Jeanetteand
morning. who wished to sail, to skim over theB.
town Tuesday evening, just to see his Annie, as well as Master Person,
Those within the -SI. B. Bunnell, brick-layer and I. R., at a brisk rate, still not too
;, ; owning property friends Mr. Geo. W. Morton and Miss left here Friday morning last for Point
corporate limits of our town should read Schuyler. As the Seminole leaves Jack- plasterer, is prepared to take contracts I. Caswell, North Carolina. The Captain much for the rowboats; several parties

the Assessor's notice in regard to assessing sonville for New York to-day, her popu- anywhere on Indian River. Address returns in about a week or so ; but the spent most of their time dn the water.

0 their property elsewhere in our lar captain left here on yesterday morning's all communications to Titusville! Flori- other members of the family will remain Two of Titusville's fair maidens came in

columns. Failure to comply with the train. da. 29 until the end of October. The departureof a small row-boat.each at an oar; they

law renders their real estate liable to -Mrs. W. H. Peck, of Cocoa, stayed this family for the summer months is reported a delightful There
SIfss Ethel Shear of Cocoa startedoff trip. was a
much regretted and Miss Kate, who has
.. be assessed as unknown. ;
with her friend Mrs. Spencer of II'
." over very large crowd gathered by eleven
on Saturday morning's train on her 1'Y.ays.been one .of _the favorite young
Judge Broome reports that on his North Titusville, one night last week. her way to New York, where she will remain ladies in town, will be missed by the o'clock, all of the neighbors many of our

arrival at Dade county he found only Mrs. Spencer informs us that Mrs. Peck until about before young men of this place, some of whom friends from Titusville and some from
September returning -
was on her to Charleston, S. C., to will shed silent
fourteen grand jurors in attendance, way probably, a tear over
down
the river all of whom
be at the nuptials of her daughter to Indian River. we were
and as they knew of nothing happeningfor present her departure. A large number of friends

them to take action upon, they were Mrs. Bertha Schaefer, and a wealthy -Miss Dell Bowman and Miss Slay were at Captain Paddison's residence pleased to welcome. The young men of
English gentleman named Trower. Thursday and Friday evening's bidding the Sunday-school provided
two large
discharged. All the docket cases were Bowman, who have been stopping at
the them adieu, and many visitors, Friday barrels one filled with ice-water and the
,, continued over until next term. Whist was the game played in the Melbourne for months left ,
some past,
evening, said their "good-bye at the
habeas made parlor of the Indian River Hotel the other with the most delicious iced orangeade -
writ of "
-Upon a corpus here on yesterday morning's train for gate, remarking that there was no more

; by D. L. Gaulden,. Esq., to Hon. Judge other evening; and 36 points to 15 their home at Ellsworth, O. room inside. which every one on the grounds did
caused one of the ladies to remark that justice to. The dinner, which was servedat
tJ Broome re the incarceration of Sirs. the beating of her opponents gave her -J. A. Durst, of Crescent City, the -Last Sunday, being Whit-Sunday,
twelve o'clock
allowed the was sumptuous
Blanchard the Judge ; along
more satisfaction than the pleasure of a pioneer well-sinker of the State of Florida or Pentecost, services were held by the '
bail in the of $500 table loaded with '
woman to give sum I too many delicacies to
andthus first-class supper. She did not say whetherat is Lake Worth Fla. Roman Catholic.", Presbyterians, Baptistsand
,
which amount she expects to raise! I now operating mention, but the cucumbers beets and
.1 Delmonico's Hoffman House or ,
liberate herself from being incarcerated or where all communications may be addressed Episcopalians in town, and the at-
St.:: James' OP Criterion.Mr. I tendance each of lettuce scattered over the table in pro-
in the county jail until the fall and information received. at place worship was
good. The Episcopal! church was fusion, gave everything such a fresh,
term of Circuit Court. J. H. Rollins has., this week., very .
-Sir. and Sirs. E. B. "'agerIrs.. very prettily decorated with flowers of appetizing that I cannot
refrain
appearance -
-Mr. G. D. Ackerley, General Pas finished the planting of 400 orange treeson Josie Wager and Miss Eva Clapper, who various kinds, which, with the beautiful from
speaking of them and chicken
senger Agent. of the J., T. & K. W. Ry. part of the ten acres of land in the left here last week for a trip to Tampaand shades and colors of the stained.glass ; -

System, spent Tuesday in our town. hammock purchased some time ago by other places on the Gulf coast, returned windows had a charming and much-ad- well I heard several remark they had

to Titusville Monday night. mired effect. After an excellent sermon never seen so much before at one time;
We had the pleasure of a call from him, Mr. B. Young, of Calais, Maine, who also
by the Rev. B. F. Brown, in which he Jerome had the
recently bought the large tract of land certainly opportunityof
and thank him for the appreciated com- Thomas Eells underwriters'agent
STAR just north of Titusville. Mr. and Mrs. I -Captain touched upon this memorable day on getting the pie he thought ho had so
the
pliment he paid AS a news- and Miss Young who are relatedto of Jacksonville, returned, Friday, which the gift of the Holy Ghost was
paper. We recognize in him a man Young and Mrs. Chas. Brock, were from his trip to the scene of the wreck of sent to the apostles, the rev. gentleman well earned. Everyone acted as thoughthe

who has the happy faculty of pleasing Captain at the Indian River Hotel for the steamer Alexandria on the Florida administered the rites of Holy Commu- inner man was perfectly satisfied; on
the people, both as a class and individu- stopping reefs, and left for home Saturday morn-
with some time during the past winter. nion to quite a number of communi- some it had a very soothing influence,
transactions
ally in their business .
ing. cants. In the church calendar WhitSunday
could several of the
see gentlemen
his company. Mr. Ackerley's originalityin Mr. Julius Tyler treasurer of the I is enumerated' one. of the you
,
styles of advertising used the past -Judge John D. Broome and States- principal feasts of the Christian church. scattered around in cozy places enjoying
season we know to be highly beneficialto Florida Canning Co., Fort Pierce, accompanied Attorney Beggs returned to Indian River their siesta. We noticed particularlythe

the Indian River section. by Mrs. Tyler, _came up to Hotel. Friday from their trip to Lake .
:
genial face of our tax-assessor he
town, Friday with party of about four- Worth. The Judge said he had had a ANKONA. ,
-While our townsman D. L. Gaul- teen friends, :in Messrs. Fee and Nesbitt's most pleasant journey in every way ; had an eye to business as well as pleasure
Baird of the Cornelia
den, Esq., was on the steamer Georgianaat steam launch Eleanor, and returned Sat- found none of the talked-of mosquitoes, John visitor. was a for frequently you would see him

Cocoa, last Saturday,he had a narrow urday afternoon. Mrs. Tyler, we con- sand or horse flies, and actually slept at recent with his books out and some one of the
clude was glad when she arrived home, the Lake without a mosquito bar. He Elias Matter paid a visit to Jupiterlast
crushed ,
escape from having his right arm week calling various old friendsen neighbors rendering up their account.
of for she looked tired ere she left Titus- was reeably"surprised to find things on
by its coming, in the between deck one of ville. Capt. F. H. Fee was in commandof generally turn out so pleasantly. He route. We had some fine singing after dinner.'

the posts supporting and the wharf.upper At the the Eleanor, which had in tow the returned home to DeLand Saturday. R. B. Burchfield, of Georjriana, has which was enjoyed very much. Everyone

the steamer standing the lower deck kerosene boat, Little Rockledge, owned been in this vicinity surveying duringthe left quite early for fear I it might
time he was on Co. -Sir. E. L. Field, came up to town on week.A. .
Florida Canning past "I
the
with his arm around the abovementioned by Friday to see after some ironwork he expected .

post, talking to a Mr. Blanchard, -County Solicitor J. T. Sanders left on the cars, which was ordered B. Hamor's residence is in con- rain.The "sociable" in the evening at Geo.fin.rdner's

who was on the wharf. When he felt here on Monday morning's steamer for I i for the purpose of_replacing! a part of the struction. work.C. Douglass. Spires is doing the was- a grand success.

that his arm was being caught he at- machinery of the dredge Chester, recent- carpenter were present who were not out in the
tempted to draw it out, but the post Fort Pierce, to inquire into the cause ofa ly broken. As the steamer departed SIcCarty attended the term of morning. Altogether it was the, most

and wharf caught him just above the disturbance between Indians and some without it, he said he would have it shipped Circuit. court in Dade county on the informal sociable and enjoyable affair 1

wrist. Although the bruise is very pain- settlers. We were told that the Indians by the steam launch Eleanor. The 20th ; the calender was a light one. imaginable, and we, will be real glad I

ful, no bones were broken, and in a few had their hogs and cattle driven off after delay of this piece of machinery for a It is currently reported that we are when the next time comes fora LaGrange .1

days he expects to use his arm apam. being supplied with sufficient whisky to few days, be said, would cause him con- to have two additional families from picnic. ,
make them intoxicated, which caused a siderable pecuniary lo*'!. The Chester is will find
DeLeon Springs. They a cordial -
-For the past two or three days the i: great deal of ill-feeling between thelndian is now dredging near Hobe Sound, and welcome. We are informed that -Next Sunday is Trinity Sunday.

subject of holding a celebration here on braves and those who are to blame in doing good work, we hear. they will put out C or 8 acres of'pine Annie McFaul and J
last Sirs. daughter
Mr. Sanders returned -
thoroughly the matter.
has been
the Fourth of July this .
have night, and looked anything but well -Sir. and Sirs. Eacott and family left apples season.Population Miss Laura, who have been stopping with ,

discussed and sufficient funds after his trip. here Saturday morning for Sanford, moves so slowly that it Sirs. Xesbitt at Melbourne and 3Iiceo

been raised to make it a success, every- where they intended staying with friends ices us special pleasure to chroniclethe
subscribing liberally. A meeting of -The sloop Mutual Life, recently Sunday, on their way to Urbana, Ohio, arrival, on the 8th inst, of Raymond during the winter, left here, Saturday i;

one subscribed will be heldat purchased by MesSrs.Robbins & Graham to the regret of their many friends in Arthur, youngest son of Sir. Geo. A. andSlasjne morning, on their way to their home in i

those who have Titus' and Mr. J. P. Turner, made her first town. They did not seem -to like the Sae er. Grandma Saeger calls Toronto, Canada, saying they had hadso t
the building next to Henry idea of leaving Titusville, but slacknessof him"Will No. 2," which speaks volumes time their .
under the pleasant a during stay on
shoe store, Washington avS., to-morrow pleasure trip to Rockledge, business compelled Mr. Eacott to for.his avordupois. Mother and boy

(Friday) morning at ten o'clock, to de- new ownership, on Sunday, carrying as dispose of nearly all his household effects doing remarkably well. Indian Kiver that they were loth to leave

cide what. the features of the day shall Mr. and U rs. George )I. Rob- and break up their comfortable home. here, but hope to come again some day. ,J
consist of. A..regatta will be one of thechiefattracti8'ns passengers this should not be Pineapples are Join forward rapidly,
and Rufus, )McLellan, Mrs. Notwithstanding we Mrs. J.Nesbittof Slicco,accompanied h
will be bins son and have been bringing good prices.
but there visitors. many M. P. Robbins, Mrs. Slussenden and her surprised to see them back again next Many of them so in sail-boats. It is them to Canada. Mr. and Mrs W. J. 1
other things to interest winter for we anticipate a building
r care little for yacht racing. In the daughter Hawlev.Site Kate Th; John left Cameron here about and boom ,that will make things lively in putting the situation charitably to say, Nesbitt, of Melbourne, went as far Jack- ',1

STAR next week, an announcement of Stanley and y returned Monday town. Quite a number of friends sawSir. as one gentleman in recent conversation ville to bid them adieu. Sir. T. J.:'

what will be held that day will be ten a. m. Sunday We understand another lady and Mrs. Eacott off on the train, expressed it, "Sup't Watson does not O'Brien, of Micro l ; )ir. Frank Everett, of
evening.. the in the interestsof
steamers
to
prescntsignifies a seem run
made. EY rythingat thriving was to have joined the party, but in con- and one of our' popular lady residents the people of Indian river."* Fort Pierce, and many others were on r-."
to our
credit
time that will be a trouble presented little Marie Eacott with a #
of slight opthalmic
little town, and make it a day of interest sequence the a beautiful bouquet of choice flowers. OCCASIONAL. hand wishing them good-bye.
she trip. .J
up
gave
and pleasure to all visitors. % .

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THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY MAY 29 1890. '


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

OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED Costs. Another child killed by the use of
: Lands will be Sold at Public Auction on the (2nd) Second Day of June, A. D. UnknownUnknown lot 10, block 22, 'fitusvil ................ 32235 $2 45 opiates given in the form of Soothing
m( .890) Eighteen Hundred and Ninety, the same being the first Monday in said lot 11, block 22, Titusville...... ......... 3223 2 45 Syrup. Why mothers give their children : -
I w, month; at the Court-House at Titusville, in the County of Brevard, in the State of Unknown lot 4 block 25, Titusville.................. 32235 1 02 such deadly poison is surprising-
Florida, or so much thereof as will be necessary to pay the amounts due for taxes METitus, Agt HTTitus lots 6, 7, 8, 9. 10, block 26, Titusville.. 32235 1 57 when they can relieve the child of its-
fcercin set opposite to the same, together with the costs of sale and advertising : METitus, Agt HTTitus all block 27, Titusville.................... 32235 2 82 peculiar troubles by using Dr. Acker's
i -------- METitus, Agt HTTitus lots 4. 5, 6, block 29, Titusville......... 32235 1 21 Baby Soother. It contains no opium or-
'Eg W C Branning lot 15 Bobbins & Graham's addition t morphine. Sold by Dixon& Gray, druggists -
c.c(1)tt 11) a C d.OIT to Titusvjlle\ ............................... .32235, 6 45 ,: .
NAME OF O'WNER. DESCRIPTION. ''::): C:: :=: u =' 11)C Unknown lot 28, Robbins & Graham's additionto

1o <: QHUseofswofsel Titusville ............................... 32235 3 93 Can't Sleep Nights .'
UnKnown lot 13, Joynerville addition to Titus- Is the complaint of thousands suffering.

,t.nknown I .................. ..... '\ 6 $157 ville..................................... ..... 32235 1 61 from Asthma,Consumption,Coughs,etc. :
.
D E Jloughtling I lot 11 Quinbys :Map of Aurantia....... 38120\34 4 1 02 UnKnown lot 16, Joyneiville addition to Titus- Did you ever try Dr. Ackers English ..
.r D E Houghtling I lot 12 Quinbys Map of Aurantia....... 34 5 1 21 villelot I .............. ............. ........... 32235 1 42 Remedy? It is the best 'preparation '
Unknown Peter Fouchard grant.................... 392034 466 9 6-1 unKnown 17, Joynerville addition.t Titus known for all Lung, Troubles. Sold or ,
.unknown all lot one of sub div of P 1" Fon- ville.......................................... 32235' ,1 42 a positive guarantee at 25c. and 50c. by .
taine grant................................ 412034 406 9 64 unKnown e J of lot 21, Joynerville addition to Dixon & Gray, druggists. L:
:Mary M Wilbur lot 4..................:.......................... 3 20 35 60 2 45 Titusvillelot ................................... 32235 1 25 ""'
Mary M WilburUnknown s e l and s W t of n e }............ ...... 42035 127 4 26n unknown 22, Joynerville addition to Titus-. /
w t of II e }................................ 420,35, 40 2 45 ville .......................................... .32235 1 42 A Duty to Yourself. ;
!i unknown set of 11 e }................................. 420,35, 40 2 45 unknown lot 23Joynerville addition to Titus It is surprising that people will use s
unknown lot 80 4 26 ville.......................................... 32235' 1 42 common, ordinary pill when they can
unknown lot 3..4. 62013.5, 48 2 45s unKnown lot 54 Joynerville addition to Titus- secure valuable English one for the-
unknown W 40 2 45 yille......................................... 3 22 35 1 16 same money. Dr. Ackers English Pillsare
unknown net ofsw }................................. 11 2035 40 2 45 unKnown lot 56, Jovnerville addition to Titus- a positive cure for sick headache and
unknown n w t of 8 wi.......:......................1120 35 40 2 4a ville.......................................... 32235 1 16 all liver troubles. They are small sweet ..
unknown s W t ofsw }..... ........................... 11 2035 40 2 45s unknown lot 23, Rerdell's addition to Titusvjlle 3 22 35 95 easily taken, and do not For sale,
unknown e l of 8 wi.................................. 11 2035 40 2 45 unknown lot 25, Rerdell's addition to Titusville 3 22 35 95 by Dixon & Gray, druggists.pripe. .
unknown nofswofsw ]........................122035 20 157 unknown lot 26, Rerdell's addition Titusville 3 22,35 95 ,
unknown n e I ofsw }................................. 12,20135, 40 2 45 unknown lot 39, Rerdell's addition to Titusvilje 3,22 35 85
unknown lot .............................................. 20 35 43 2 45 unknown lot 42, Rerdell's addition to Titusville 2235! 85 Is Life
Mary M Wilbur lot ............................................" 75 4 26 unknown lot 49, Rerdell's addition to Titusville 3 2235*: 85 Worth Living
UnknownPritchard sofnwofsw ]........................322035 20 426 unknown lot 55, Rerdell's addition Titusville 3 22 35 1 74 Not if you frO through the world a dys
& Sweet s 1 of n i of 'fro Garwin grant......... 34 unknown lot 56, Rerdell's addition to Titusville 3 22:35 3 36 peptic. Dr. Acker's Dyspepsia Tabletsare
......... .......................................... 20,35 500 10 04 unknown lot 61, Rerdell's addition to Titusville 322135 85 a positive cure for the worst forms of
'H W Adams lot 18 Aurantia.......:...................... 5 2 45 unknown lot 64, Rerdell's addition to Titusville 3J22135, 85 Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Flatulency and
TJ Curtis lot 100 as shown on map in Volusia 38120135 unknown lot-())7, Rerdell's addition to Titusville 3 22 35 85 Constipation. Guaranteed and sold by
coun t y.............. ...'.....................3S20/ 35 7 2' 85 unKnown lot 3, block A, Fisher's addition to Dixon & Gray, druggists.We .
Unknown Peter Fouchard grant: ............ ......$$39 2035 74 2 45 Titusville... ............................;... 3223i22 ;,) 1 78 I I
'Vm1UIcCabe&J noLake B Segui grant........ ................ ..... 4420135, 108 2 45 unknown lot 4, block A, Fisher's addition to ,
Unknown B Segui grant................................ -t5120,35!, 330 36 62 Titusville....:.............................. ,35 1 78 Can and Do
unknown L Crayon grant.............................. 46120,35 34 1 57n unknown lot 5, block A, Fisher's addition to 2235, Guarantee Dr. Acker's Blood Elixir
unknownunknown of lot 2..................................... 40 2 45 Titusville.................................... 3, i 1 78 for it has been fully demonstrated to the,
fracsection....................................,1620+36 28 157frae unKnown lot 6 block A, Fisher's addition to .1' people of this country that it is superiorto
unknownMrS section....:.............................. 20 20 36 8 1 02 Titusville.................................... 32235' 1 78 all other preparations for blood dis
................................
E Bailey n w 1 of IJ e 1. 1 2] 34 40 2 45set. unKnown lot 7, block A, Fi her's addition 'to eases. It is a positive for syphilitic
Unknownunknown ............................................ 102134. 160 2 45 Titusville................................... 32235: 178 poisoning, Ulcers, Eruptions cure and Pim
net ofsw 1.................................14 2134 40 1 57s unKnown lot 1, block 13, Fisher's addition to I ples. It purifies the whole and
unknown e I ofsw }............ .................. 14 2134 40 1 57 'fitus\'ille.................................. 322'35' 1 42 thoroughly builds up the constitution.For system .
unknown nwofse }.................................142134 40 157neof unKnown lot 2, block B, Fisher's; addition to sale by Dixon & Gray druggists.
unknown sel................................1421:14: 40 1 57n Titusville....................................3'22 35 1 42 ,
unknown e }............................................15 2134 160 4 26n unknown lot 3, block B, :Fisher's addition to
unknown e I of 8 e }.................................15 2134 40 1 57s Titusville.................................... 322 35 1 42 NOTICE.
unknown e of 8 e }.................................222134 40 2 45n unKnown lot 5, block B, Fisher's addition to I
unknown e 1 of n e }................................. 26 2] 34 40 1 57n Titusville................................... 142 In Circuit State Court Florida.for Brcrard County aniC
unknown w I of net..;.......... ................. 26 2134 40 1 57s unknown lot 6, block B, Fisher's addition to 3122i35 of In Chancery.John .

unknown w I ofne }......................:.......... 26 21 34 40 1 57n Titusvillelot .................................... 3,22 I 35 1 42 T.
unknown e 1 ofnw }................................. 2621 34 40 '.157seofnw unknown 7, block B, :Fisher's addition to t. Huntington
unknown ]..................................26 213.1 40' 157nwofsel Titusville................................... 32235 1 42 James vs.
*", unknown ........................... ..... 5 21 35 40 964 unKnown lot 1, block C, :Fisher's addition to Knapp,
i unknown n } ofsw t ofnw }........................ 621 35 10 1 57 Titusville.................................. 32235 1 42 The husband of Jose
[unknown ". 8 e I ofsw }................................... 6 2135 40 6 05 unknown lot 3, block C, :Fisher's addition to phine Knapp, deceased -
unknown net of n e }...................::............ 72135 40 245nwofne Titusville.. ................................ 32235 1 42 and Heirs the and Childrenand Devisees -
unknown 1.. ....................... ..... 72135 40 245 unKnown lot 4, block C, Fisher's addition to
unknown s e 1 ofne #..................................72135 40 2 45s Titusville................................... 2235 1 42 ,, of said and Josephine
unknown w 1 pf n wI................................. 7 2135 40 2 45n unKnown lot 5, block C, Fisher's addition to Knapp againstE. Order forPublicatioD
w 1 of.n wi.............................. 82135 40 3 36 Webster, Jose- ..
unknown Titusville.................................. 32235 1 42
C. Webster
unknown swofnw ].......................;.......... 821 35 40 3 36 unKnown lot 1, block D, :Fisher's addition to r Frances phine W. Darner, .

unknown lot 1 sub div see 16 as per map in des Titusville................................... 32235 1 42. and James :M. Darner
.. deed book I page 470....................6 2135 14 2 85 unKnown lot 2, block D, Fisher's addition to '"
unknown nwofneofne }.....................182135 .5 1 57 Titusville...................................32235 1 42 her husband Orloff, and M. s
unknown swofsw }................................. .192135 .40 245s unKnown lot 3, block D, :Fisher's addition to against ,..
unknown e 1 ofsw }.................................19 2135 40 2 45 Titusville.................... .............. 3 22 35 1 42 and Dorman, his Heirs
,unknownJas wofswofsw }....................... 20 21 35 10 1 92 unKnown lot 5, block D, Fisher's addition to ,. Assigns.
N Smith 8 w I of s e ofnw }.................. 29 21 35 10 1 92 Titusville.......:........................... 3 2235 1 42 Whereas it appears by the bill of
SJ5 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 8 of n e 1, run w 209 yds, Titusville................................... 32235' 1 42 cause, that all of the defendants therein
thence s e 100 vds, thence e 209 yds..29, 2135 4 3 25 unKnown. lot 7, block D, Fisher's.addition to reside without the State of Florida, I

B Wallace, Agent sof lot 3sub-divofneofne.292135 5 245 Titusville..................'................. 3 2235 1 42 that the husband and heirs of Josephine-
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UnknownS n \V } of ,n e 1 of 'I w } 29 2135 10 245 unKnown lot 2, Block E, Fisher's addition to Knapp reside at Porto De Plata in the
Wallace, Agent n e } of 8 e 1.................................'302135 40 5 16 Titusville................................... 3 2235 1 42 Republic-of Santo Domingo; that, E. K- 1"1
Unknown 8 w 10f n e #.................................,30 2135 40 2 45 unKnown lot 4, block E, Fisher's addition to Webster resides at Fort Omaha in th'e' ::
unknown seofnw }............... .................302135 40 245 Titusville ........ .......................... 322,35 1 42 State of Nebraska; that Josephine, C_ ..
unknown s e } of s e }..................................30 2135 40 2 45 unKnown lot 2, block F, Fisher's addition to Webster Frances W. Darner and JamesM.
unknown s w. I of 8 e }....................................302135 40 2 45s Titusville................................... 2235* 1 42 Darner, reside at York, Pennsylvania .
unknown W I of s e }....................:............ 312135 40 7 85n unKnown lot 4, block F, :Fisher's addition to I ; and that the residences of the
unknown wI of s'e } of 8 e }........................322135 40 1 57 Titusville....................................3 22 35 1 42 other defendants are unknown ; and
;" unknown neofnw } ...............................,3321 40 9 64e unknown lot B, as per map, deed book I, page the other defendants are themselves unknown .'
|f.. Mre.MJ Walker of lot I, block 8, Coleman's addition .. 506, Titusville............................. 3 2235 1 78 : '
to Titusville.............. ...........34 2135 6 45 unknown lot D deed book I And whereas
If y. as per map, page it appears further, that
H L Boone lot 2, block A, Coleman's addition to 506, Titusville............................ 32235 1 78 said bill is filed for the purpose of eff _
.. Titusville... ............................... 34 2135 11 85 unKnown lot E, deed book I ;
as per map, page fecting a partition of the north fourthof F
UnknownUnknown lot 6, Coleman's addition to Titusville 34 2135 1 57 506, Titusville............................ 32235 1 78 the William Garvin Grant in section
lot 11, block C, Coleman's addition to unKnown lot G deed book I 37 of ;<.
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as per map page township 20 south 35 east
Titusville................................... 3.42135 1 97 506, Titusville............................ 32235 1 78 containing 500 acres, in IJrevard range county,
Unknown lot 12, block C, Coleman's addition to unKnown lot J deed book I, Florida between 10'-
as per map, page complainant and the-
Titusville................. ................. 34 2135 1 97 506, Titusville....................,........ 32235 1 78 above-mentioned, defendants: f fIt :"
Unknown all of block 8, Titug' addition to Ti- unknown lot L, deed book I is -
as per map ; page ,therefore ordered that the above--
tusville...................................... :,
342135 6 56 506, Titusville.............................32235. 1 78 named defendants and all persons claim- "
Unknown block 1, Carpenter's addition to Titus.ville. unknown lot M, as per map, deed book I, page I I ing by, through under them do -- ,
.......................................... 34 2135 3 76 506, Titusville........................... 2235 1 78 and answer, said or bill at the clerk appear s-.
Unknown block 2, Carpenter's addition to Titusville unknown w lot N, as per map, deed book I, I office in Titusville Florida before .
3 -
.................................:......... 34 2135 3 76 page 506, Titusville...................... 2235, 2 14 ,the first Monday, in June on ,or A. D.. I
Unknown block 3, Carpenter's addition to Titus- Alfred Smith, Guardian lot bounded n by Robbins& Graham's 1890)( or said bill will be taken against
yille......................................... 34 2135 3 76 addition, e by Canaveral street, shy I them, as confessed.
Unknown block 4, Carpenters addition to Titus'ville Tropic street, w by DeLeon street, It is further ordered that of
... ................................... 34 2135 3 76 Titusville ................................... 32235: 10 84 this order be published weekly!]notice for the-
Unknown block 5, Carpenter's addition to Titus Alfred Smith, guardian lot bounded n by Broad street, e by of sixty days in the FLORIDA
yile......................................... 342135 3 76 Canaveral street, s by Robbins & I space STAR, a newspaper published, in Titus
Unknown block 6, Carpenters addition to Titus- Graham's addition, w by DeLeon yule Florida Brevard
yille..... ...................................342135 ::3 76 street, Titusville......................... 3 22,35 10 84 Ordered, aU"Chambers, county.in DeLand-,
Unknown \V of block 7, Carpenter's addition, Alfred Smith, guardian w J of n e 1 except land of Jones & j' Florida, this 24th day of March A. D.-
to Titusville............................... 34,211351 2 49 Ronald........................._........... 42235 57 7 85 1890. ,
Unknown s e J of s e i.....................................252136 40 4 26 Unknown w J of s e i of n wI....................... 52235 20 2 45 JOHN
D. BROOME
Daniel M McInnis seofneandneof s e J......... 36 80 2 45 Unknown n e J of n w J................................. 5,22 35 40 2 45 Jud ,
Unknown n 16 | of n e }................................. 3621 40 2 Circuit Court 7th Circuit of
45
36 unKnown n w } of n w J................................ 52235 40 2 45 Florida.
Unknown s e J..............................................3012137 160' 4 26s unKnown lot 1..7 2235 44 1 57 |
Unknown w i. 30121, 37 160 4 26 unknown lot 66 .1 57 I certify that.the foregoing is a true-
Unknown s w \. 52234 40 2 45 unKnown s w 722,35, 40 1 57 copy of the order of publication madein -
H Q.Hawley lot 7 of su1Hl v.lot 3, block A, Titus- unknown s w 3..7.32236,, ; 40 1 57 this case.Titusville. .
ville 1 March 26th 1890.A. .
3 22 35 4 66 unknown s e ,22i36 40 1 57 ,
Unknown n 50 ft of lots 1, 2 and 3, block E, Titusville unKnown w J ...............*.................... 2.236,; 80 2 45 A. STEWART
312235 11 85 J T & K W Co lot 2............................................. 25 22,37, 78 1 02 Clerk.
t Unknown lot 1, block F, Titusville........... 3 22 35 4 26 Unknown all that part of Delespine Grant n of (34 BOBBINS & GRAHAM,
Unknown -'.\ lot 2, block F, Titusville.................- 32235 4 26 strip 28...................................... .22 35 2320 11 85 Solicitors for complainant. 49-10w'
Unknown lot 3, block F, Titusville................. 32235 4 26 John N LakeUnknown ..... (34$
Unknown blot 4, block F, Titusville................. 32 35 4 26 strip 5 Delespine Grant....... ............. .351080 4 66 NOTICE.
Unknown lot 5, block F, Titusville.................. 32235 4 26 ...................4............................... |1341 AU concerned will take notice that six
Unknown lot 6, block F, Titusville! ................. 3 4 26 strip 9 Delespine Grant.................... 23! 351060 4 66 months after date I will final,
Unknown lot 7, block F",TitusVIlle......:. 312235 4 26 John N Lake ..............:....... ............................ 34 account to Honorable, Minor present S.my Jones
ME Titus lot 1, block H,Titusville.................. 22; 1 02 strip 12 Delespine Grant................. 23 351070 4 66 County Judge of Brevard county, Florida,
UnknownUnknown lot 1, block K, Titnsville................... 312235 1 57 John N LaKe ................................................... (34 and for an order dismissing me from
lot 3, block K, Titusville.................. 32235; 1 57 strip 14 Delespine Grant....... ......... 2 4 66 the further pray execution on the estate of John
Unknown lot 1, e sub-div. block 4, Titusville._. 322,35, 7 85 Unknown 3351100 E. Moore, late of said county, deceased.S. .
Unknown lot 3, block 4, Titusville.................. 322j35 1 57 strip 1, 1.10 interest Delespine Grant.. 351300 4 66 H. KAY, Administrator.
Unknown lot 5, block 4,Titusville................... 3 22,35, 1 57 unKnown ................................................... 34 Titusville, Jan.6,1890. 33-6mo.
Unknown lot 7, block 9, Titusville.................... 3 2235';' 2 45 strip 3, 1.10 interest, Delespine Grant. 351360 4 66 .
Unknown lot 9, block 9, Titusville........ 322,35, .2 45 John N Lake .................................................... ((34 .
ME Titus,AgtH TTitus lot 6, block 10, Titusville.................. 3 322:35: 1 38 strip 22 Delespine Grant................. 351360 4 66 Bucklcn's Arnica Salve.
Unknown lot 1, block 11, Titusville............ 322:35: 3 01 John N Lake .. ((34 THE BEST SALVE In the world for Cuts,
,. Unknown lot 4, block 11, Titusville.......... .822:35: 2 45 strip 23 Delespine Grant.................. 22'351360 4 66 Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever -
M ETitus,Agt H TTXtusMETitus lot 6,block 11, Titusville............ 3 2235; 1 57 John N LaKe strip 25, except land of Reed's, Deles- $34 Sore, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chili
Agt H Titus'lot 10, block 16,Titnsville............... ; 1 57 pine Grant................................. 22351245; 4 66 blalns, Corns and all Skin Eruptions
ME Titus, Agt Mrs Hap- 3t22,35, John N LakeunKnown .................... 3422J353500 and positively cures Piles or no pay re-
gold /' .' lot 3, block 17 Titusville.................. 31 35 2 49 strips 26, 27 and 28, Delespine Grant.. 11 85 quired. It is guaranteed to give perfect'
Unkqpwn '",."-, ..' lot 9, block 18,Titusville.lot .._.............. 35 2 09 ..."........... ......... satisfaction, or money refunded. Price-
Unknown *' 12.\ block 19.Titusville.................. 3i22,35, 3 36 .all s of strip 1, Delespine Grant.-;; ..:::. .23.354061! 8 25 25 cents per box. For sale by Dixon b Unknown lot 1, block 22.Titusville................ 3'22 1 02 Grey' 1019..
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I ] J I Desc ption. I S. T. It.I Acs. Taxes andQ 1 Name. I n.cription. .IT.IItIAC&r Taxes I CARDS. I It:

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BOBBISS WAU'Q Gttsaii
Unknown niofsejofae J......................... 252335-!-' 20 $2.45 unknown s e I..l6'736160$209, President Brevard Secy. Brtvard Ab.

unknown sjofaejofae }.......................... 252335 20 2 45 unknown fracfrac............. ................................ 17 2736 42 1 38 Abstract Co. strict Co. /
unknown n 15 acres of e J of s w }...... ....,.. 52336 15 2 09 unknown ..... .. .20 DOBBINS & GRAHAM,
net. .............................. 27 36 80 1. 57
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Daniel Mclnnis lots 1, 2 and 6................................. 162336, 120 4 26 unknown frac s e j....................................... 20 2736 140 2 45 (
Unknown Frac........,.........' *''* '"'......? 18 23 36 31 2 45Gleason, : & Littlefield all............................................... 21 2736 640. 6 43n ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW,
unknownH lotl............. !! !! 19 23 36 43 4 26'Unknown e }............................................. 22 2736 160 209 P. O. Box 250, TITUSYILLE: BreTird Co., Florida.
'. J Tiffin part of lot 2, described'i'n"deed"book. unknown n w }..22 27 36 160 2 09s Will practice in all the .-onntiea of the BeYeDUa

K, page_254..................................27 23'36,; 1- 142'unknowns ; w }.((22se 27 36 160 2 09 circuit for and Examining in the Supreme and Perfecting Court. Land Special Title facilities *.

MJ Walker t or lot 3........................ ........... 12123,37, 1 57 I unknown i.................. ..................::...... 2736 160 209n Correspondence solicited from Claimant and Heir["
Unknown e 1 of s w 1 of s e i........................ I" 1 57 Gleason & LIttlefieldw i:...............................................232736( \ 320 353 to Spanish Grants Money to Loan. IS .t '
unknown lof n e i of n wi....................... 2.624136 1 Unknown| s w }............................................. 232736 160 2 09 L. GAULDEN
unknown n w i of n w }................................ 40 2 45'unknown'; s ej.............................................. 232736 160 209n Q. 4
unknown s w of n w }.................................. 6,2436, 40 2 Gleason & Littlefield $................................................242736 320 353
unknown n w i of 8 w }................................ 6124,36 40 2 45Gleason; & Littlefield 8 320 3 53 ATTORNEY-AT-LAW {
i unknown a w 1 of s w j.......:......................... 40 2 45Unknown| _ n i.-I-'I'3' ( 160 2 09 Titusville, Florida.
Sarah E Shaw :s: } oi s e j oi net.......................... 7 24:36 t: ] 10! 4 26.Gleaon & Littlefieldn n w } and w of s w J.....................J26 27 36 240 2 82 : THRASHER 1
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I Unknownunknown e J of n w 24136 40 2 45 Unknown se J......t......................................1262736 I 160 2 09 A.Yo ,
V n w J of n w j..7 2436! 40 2 45 unknown s w 1..............................................127 27136 160 2 09
unknown n e J of se }. 2436; 40 4 unknown: ne }............................................((282736 160 2 09 ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
i unknown n w J of s e }................................. 1024.36* ; 40 4 26Gleason, & Littlefield n w $............................................!282i' 36 1601 2 09 Will P. O.practice Box 20.in all the counties.SANFORD of the,S FLA.TenttL
unknown w J of se |.................................... 14 2436| 80 245 W W Hickss sjofnwjofse \.........................23 27 36 20 85stofswjofsej Circuit and Supreme Court. 3 ,
unknownS s w J of s wI..............,................... 14 2436 40 6 05 W Hicks .......................... 2S2736, 20{ 85n :
Ryder lot 1 and n w \ of n e }.....................15 24,36 53 6 Unknown w } of s w J............................;....;28 401 1 1 02n .I JOXES & ATKINSON .
Unknown set of s e 1..........?........................ 152436- :- 40 fi 05,unknowns i of n w J of s e J......................)'.28 2736;, 201 1 02 .
unknown set of set, in arrears for 1888........ 15124136' t 40 6 O&unknowns I s } of s w :} of s e J..........................'28 27i36'. 20 1 02 I .lttorney-at-Lav,
unknown e I of n e }......... 40 2 45t,unknown e AofseJ....................................'282736, E 80\ 138 Titusville, Florida. {
I GUiBro n&IlenryBlake,helm n e 1 of n w 1.j..202436: 40 4 26 unknown u e }.............................................:332736: 160, 2 Oi -S
Unknown s w t of s e }................................;20,2436, 40 4 261unknown n w J............................................ 332736 160, 2 09 J. T. SANDERS,
t, unknown net of n e }................................. 22i2436; 40 6 05\unknown net of s w i.................................!33 27:36 40|, 1 02.
unknown n w l of n w }........... ..................... .. : 40.. 4 2 \unknown s J of s e J ofsw }..........................\i33: ,27:36 20 So ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
unknown 4:...........:..........................;..... 2524'36; ': 37 2 45 unknown s w J of s e 1..................................33,27 30, 40, 1 02 dicial Will Circuit practice of in all the'Courta. of the Seventh Ju
unknown lot 5........................................."....,25 24 36! 20 1 57'unknown' ejofsej.....................................i332736' 80: 1 a3 O Box 233.Florida.P.
unknown w J of s w }...................................!2524'36' 80 4 26 W W Hicks n of s eI 1 of SY }..........................33;27:36 20 I! 85 Money to Loan.TTTUhYlLLE FEA.u
Alfred E Rahr part of n w } of n e }, described inDeed .., I I W W Hicks97JUnknown niof ne I of s W t.........................342736, 1 2085,
Book G, page 355.................L. ,2436' 5 1 n e }.............................................:34'27,36:' 160 209 D R. L. T. DANIEL,
Unknownunknown net of n e j.292436' 40 4 26,unknown n w J............................................:.34,27,36;, 160 2 09
n w J of net................................. 29'24'36'{ 40 4 26unknown n w J of s w 1.................................:134'27I36' 40,, 1 02 DENTIST,
unknown se J of n e J................................ .32'24'36 40 2 45 unknown swofse1..................................:34;27'36' 1 40 102 COCOA, FLORIDA
t MJ White part lot 1, described in Deed ,Book Ji\ f [unknown eiofse }.....................................'34,271301, ( SO 138 .
page 223....................................33 24'36' 1 97 Gleason & Littlefieldlot all...............................................:352736, : 6401 6 43 M. D- L DODSOX,
Unknownunknown 1, as per map, Deed Book I, page, I I Gleasou & Littlefield all...............................................',36I2736: | 6401 6 43 '
I 180........................................... 3324'36 1. 42.Gleason & Littlefieldlot SeIofsvtanti w 1..1 2.27-37 200! 7 85 DENTIST.,
2, as per map Deed Book I, page I iGlea50n & LitUefield lots l, 2 and 3........ :......................I. 3:2737: ; 1241 7 85 TITCSVILLE, FLORIDA.
180........... ................................ 332436\ 1 42 Gleason & Littlefield n w t of n w t and s of n w }.........., 5.2137. 120j 605 Aching teeth filled and saved without j i
I Minnie E Smith part of s e J of n w J, described in. I Unknown n w 1 of s w t..1! 5.21'37. '' 3 36 nerves. Teeth with abceeses treated dft.tro1in1'the aucceufully. .

Deed Book J, page 376.ot ._................332436 2 85'unknO\\"n net of net and w of ne I, n 1 of ,\ .. .. 401 Para Roots crowned snbMta' Bally Plates of '
a F R Richardson 15. Hardee's Plat of 'Indian River 1 I set f n e l............................... ':)" 1401! 4 66 pure fitting plates gum.corrected.Drekea Teeth Plates extracted mended.painless Badly ;
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1 1' City. ....................................... 33 24'36 2 85 unknown n t................................................ 6'2713' ; 4 26 ly. Office on Washington arenne g
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:' Unknown s J of lot 17...................... ...........3324'36' 1 21 unknownlot s e }....................................... ...... 6:27:37: ,: 160' 4 26s "
Gilbert Wright 18, Hardee's Plat of Indian Riverl I I unknown w 1...................................... ...... 6,27137, 160 4 26 WALTER S. GRAHAM, M. D. fc
I City .................................. ... 332436' 1] 1 42 \V W' Hicks s of 8 e 1 of n e ............................627'37 20 121 OfiVe Consultation. $1.00.
Unknown lot 21, Hardee's Plat of Indian River I I* Unknown neofneandskofnwlof n e Visits in TituniU 200.
City .........................................;332436 3 76 } and e of 11V t of net............. .i2737 140 4 66n Cans between 10 p. m. and 6 a m.will be charted
unknown lot 27, Hardee's Plat of Indian River! j I I unknown w !............................................ i27137 160 4 26s double Obstetrical rateLI cases, and cases outside the
I City.........................................'332436 2 85.unknown w 1............................................. 7127'37' 160 4 26 I tion are positively declined. Corpora
mnknown w i oflot 35, Hardee's Plat of Indian! I I S G Gleason set of 8 e I. 8:27,37: 40 245 I

River City.................................. 33 24!36 1 97 Unknownlot net of set.................................. 127i37 40 2 45 J F. LEWIS,
'unknownGeo 36, Hardee's Plat of Indian River I. unknown lot 1............................................. 8:27137: 29 4 26s
City .. ....... .'332436; 1 unknownpart w of sV j. 8,27137 40 245 Ciyll Engineer and Surveyor )
Alltree of lot 3:described in Deed: Book I 9.1 unknown e 1 of s w 1........ 8.21'37; 40 2 45 I ,

H, page 99 ..................................33'24'36'. '. R 25 Jobn. Houston n bf set of n e j..27(37( 20 2 45 Titnsvillc Flit
Unknown'unknown lot I.."...:....................................... 24'37' 2 451T L Seabrooklot part lot 2 des deed book E. page 5681, 8:2737: 6 1 74 j'B. r '
1 arrears for 1888..................... 2J2437; 2 45'John Houston part lot 1 and 2............................., 927137 27 7 85 BURCHFIELD
unknown s w } of n w J...... ........................... 724'37| 40 2 45 Unknown lot 3, s of Cliff Creek...................... 9127137 20 3 36n a
Jennie G Hall lot 1..............................................26'2437' 56 6 05 unknown of net......... .......................... .112 37 80 3 36 COUNTY SURVEYOR.
Unknownunknown lot 2..............................................26 24;:37 50 2 45 unknownlot w of s e 1....................................',.11127! 37 80 3 36 Orders by mail will receive as prompt
: 3..............................................126124; 44 2 45!S G Gleasonlot net of n w .................................111t2737\ \ 40 2 45 I attention,as calls in person.Address .
unknown 4............... .............................!26t24t37! 38 2 45S! G Gleason lot 1............................................. 11127137 36 2 45 : Georgians Fla.
.S Ryder part lot 3 des deed book G page 634... 325'36' 12108 54'SG Gleasonlot lot '.>.............................................. ;i-'''''((37 42 2 45
Unknown 16 town plat of Rockledge........... 325.36; 1 57 S G Gleasonlot S i lot 3...........................................11nj37:: 16 1 74 LA RUE P. ELY, 5
-_ unknown 18 town plat of Rockledge......... 3'2536' 1 57 Unknown lot 1............................................. l32737' 46 245
unknown lot 20 town plat of Rockledge........... 3,25 36 1 57 unknown nelofn w }................................ 1312737 40 245 Notary Public for the State at
unknown lot 39 town plat of Rockledge........... 32536, 1 38 unknown s w of n.w I................................. 13 27 37 40 2 45 Large. ,
UnknownS lot bounded e by town lots of Rock- unknown set of nw_ }.................................132737 40 245 Justice of the Peace, 17th Dist. ,.
I ledge s by Williams, w by sec line, unknown s part lot 1.....................................14.2737! 18 4 26 CONTRACTOR & BUILDER
n by Wilkinson........................... 32536! 51 unknown lot 2.. .......................................... 1-12737! 3S 7 So' of over' 30 .Years'. experience_- -N.h1H1.-.-.-
Ryder n w J of s e J and part.of n e } of s e unknown net of net................................. 42737 38 785 finish a specialty.Melbourne.
. .. 1 des deed book D page 96........... 312536 54 28 03.s> G Gleason lot 1 to ten inclusive, block A, Eau Florida. a-
4 .f s k of s 2536 80 2 45 Gallie....................... ................ 627, 37 2 85
. O K Wood agt n w J wj..6 2536!. 40 1 57 Unknown lot 11 block A. Eau Gallie.............. 627, 37 1 02 HAVING BOUGHT THE INDIAN
OKWoodagtUnknown w J of 2536\ 80 9 64 unknown lot 12, block A, Eau Gallie............... 627 37 102 RIVER BAKERYWe

lot 4............................................. 12\25 36 62 4 26 unknownn lot 16, block A, Eau Gallie.............. 627! 31 102 will
'1 unknown } of s J of s w J of n w J.....:... .... .12(253612i2536, 10 2 G Gleason lot 17 to 22, block A, Eau Gallie..1fi,2i. 37 2 82 Keep on Hand Every Day

.1 unknown njofswjofnw \....................... ;, 10 2 09 Unknowns lot 23, block A, Eau Gallie.............. lbj,,27 37 1 02
unknown e J of n w }................................. 15 25,36 40 4 26 S G Gleason lot 24, block A, Eau Gallie............. 627., 1 02 FRESH BREAD, CAKES PIES
unknown ......... 40 Unknown lot 25 block A, Eau Gallie.............. 62737 1 02 ,
n e } of n w J....................... 26 25 36 2 45 ETC.
unknown n w \ of n w j................................ 26 25,36 40 2 45 S G GleasonS ;; lots 26 and 27, block A, Eau Gallie... 16i27 37 1 02 ALSO
unknown s w } of s e J................................. 26 25 36 40 2 45 G Gleasons lots 1 and 2, block B, Eau Gallie..... 1627 37 1 38 I' Bottlers of Sodawater GingerAle
i unknown w J of set................................. 30 25 36 40 2 45 Unknownn lot 3, block B Eau Gallie...............1627 37 1 02 .
. unknown w J of set..................................31 25 36 40 2 45 unknownw lot 4, block B, Eau Gallie.............. 1627 37 1 "02 and other Drinks.ALL
!Unknown' J of n e \.................................... 5 25,36 80 4 26 unknown... lot 6, block B, Eau Gallie...... ........ 16i2737 ,1 02 .
i Unknown n i of 8 e J...............:.................... 352536 80 '4 26 unknownS lot 7, block B, Eau Gallie................. 162737: I 02 ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT
unknown s e } of s e }................................... 52536 40 2 45 : G Gleason;; lot 8, block B, Eau Gallie................ 16127; 37 1 02 ATTENTION.S. .
unknown lot 3............... ............................. 62536 58 15 04 Unknown lot 9, Work B, Eau Gallic............... 1627 37 102 A. BELCHER & COMPANY,
._J unknown lot 1.............................................. 2'253+' 11 1 02 IS G Gleason lots 10,. 11, 12,. 13 and 14 block B.L- '."
unknownunknown .lot2............................................. 2201 I I 11 1 U:! Eau Galllie................................. 16127,' 37 ,.. 85 PROPRIETORS,
' 'i e J of n e J................................... 2 26!36 80 4 26 Unknownw lot 15 block B, Eau Gallie..............16,27 37 1 02 TITUSVILLE FLA.
unknown i of s w }.................. . .....*-.... 22636 80 4 26 S G Gleason lot 16, block B, Eau Gallie. ............16127; 37 1 02
unknown n e J of set................................... 22636 40 2 45 Unknown lot 17, block B, Eau Gallie!.............. 16.27. 37 1 0'lot
unknown w J of n wi........ .......................... 11 2636 SO 2 45 unknownn 18 block B, Eau Gallie.............. 1627 37 1 02 FOE SALE _
unknown e J of n e J ................................ 112636 40 2 458 G Gleasonn lots 19, 20, 21 and 22, block B, Eau. ,
unknown 40 Gallie....................................... 1627 37 2 14 THE ELEGANT
w 1 of n e j................................. 11 26 36__ 2_ 45
unknown s w \ of n e................................... 2636.1';: 1U 2 45s Unknown lot 23, block B, Eau Gallie..............1627, 37 1 02 RESIDENCE AND
I r unknown e J of n e J...................................U 2636 40 2 45 unknownn lot 24, block B Eau Gallie..............16 27 37 1 02. GROVEOF
'. unknown w J of n w J....... ........................ 2636 40 2 45 S G Gleasons lots 25 to 37 inclusive, block B, Eau L. E. BARNES
unknown 1 Gallie ............... ....................... 16 3ilot 3 Iii ,
w of n w Jit ....................................12'2636\ 40 2 45 .L2- ROCK
02 LEDGE
unknown W } Of S wi................................. 2636 40 1 57 Unknowns 38, block B, Eau Gallie.. ......... 1b127 37 1 FLA.,
unknown e J of s e |................................... 2636 40 1 57 S G Gleasonn all block C, Eau Gallie...................16127!' 37 36 62all I Containing Seven and One-Third
unknown e I n ei.....................................27 2636 40 1 57 S G Gleason block D Eau Gallie. .................16'227 37 1 74 Acres of Land fronting; Indian River.
unknown lots 4 and 5......................sec 7 and 8 2637, 20 4 26 S G Gleasc all except lots 1, 2,15 and 16, block 1, Large, Roomy RESIDENCE, elegantly
unknown lot 3............................................. 2637 47 2 45 Eau Gallie................................. 1627r 37 3 2 53 85 Finished. Also a Three-Room
unknown s e \ of n e }.................. .............. 2637 40 2 45 S G Gleason all block 2, Eau Gallielots ..................... \ 37 1 38 COTTAGE and Outbuildings. One of
unknown j of } arrears for 1888........... 10 2637 40 2 45 S ? Gleason 1, 2, 3 and 4, block 3. Eau Gallie 1617, 37 the most desirable places in Rock Ledge
n unknown s n e e I of.n s e e t!...... .......................... 31 263 I 40 45 U n Ln own lot 5, block 3, Eau Gallie.................161277 37 85 85 hammock.
1 unknown ;n w I of 8 e 1..................................31 2637 l 4 2 45 unknowns lot 6, block 3, Eau Gallie................. 1627 E 37 For price, terms, etc., apply to
," .' unknown of }................................. 40 2 458 G Gleason ,- lots 7., 8.. 9 and 10.. block 3.. Eau Gal- _4 ,I ..,.. Albert A. Taylor Cocoa Fla.
;,:-;,. unknown ok C LttleIIeld;all w.1......s...e...................................... 1 2736 640 6 32 .. lie............................................. I*>j2737ot / .1 78 85 ,
&h 0 Gleason 560 Unknown 11, block 3, Eau Gallie:..............116,2737ot ,
Littlefield all except e i of s e }.-..................... 22736 5 69 85
. Sarah G Gleason&C 480 4 97 unknown 12, block 3, Eau Gallie..............:|16,27 37 EDGAR HOUSE
& UttlenelaWm e i and e 1 of wi........................... 327 36 ,
Gleason ............................................ 27 36 160 2 09 S G Gleasone lot 13. 14, 15 and 16, block 3, Eau( ,
1 78
:McCabe w } 320 Gallie....................................... 162737 Close to Indian River Inlet.
. ............... 3 53e .
' McCabe }................................. 16-27(37 4 26
1 Wm McCabe }................................................ t3u 320 3 53 S G Gleason all block 4. Eau Gallie......Gsllie..1t.271.37; ( 1 21 FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA. ;
Wm < lot 1................................ ............ .3 27 36 25 1 578 G Gleason lot 1, 2 and 3, block 5, Eau Fish and Game by the ,
Unknown ................................. 27 36 26 1 57 S G Gleason Jots 11,12 and 13, block 5, Ean (al-t:' i I I! Oysters i
lot 2.. ......... 1 61
': unknown ; 27 36 27 1 57 lie...1......................................... 162/37 i Millions. Boats, Wagons and Buggies -
unknown lot 3..9 E 27 36 53 1 575 G Gleason lots 1 to 10. block 6, Eau Gallic.......U6 1>737 2 45 to take Tourists hunting or

unknownW lot. ....... 27 36 20 8.5 Unknown lot 11, block 6, Kau Gallie...............!'16 2137, 85 fishing. Good Road from here to

W Hicks s w i 1_.8...w........................................ 102736 320 3 5318 G Gleason lot 12, block 6, Eau Gallie..............|:16 4 37 85 the Gulf Coast y yI
McCabe
f, t .Unknown Wm n e }................................................ 102736 102736 16C 100 2 1 0918 G Glea."On lots Gallie 2 to..11.....inclusive........ block.. 7,. Eau)!16 2737 2 S.5lots have Lots and Houses to sell in

unknown e I of s eland .n...!..of....s..w...lof......s..e. .}.....11 27 36 160 2 571 09.S G Gleasonnw 1 to 11 ibi k8.F, ) Edgar Town. Call or Address : ;
......._...... 2 85
unknown n e } Gallie........................................ 16 2737
160
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r ............................. 112736 2 : LAGOW
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}........ ... S5 A. G. Proprietor.
? unknown lot 12 block 8, Eau Gallie...............:.16 2737
i._.......... .............................. 112736 160 2 09Unknown, 1" 3 5.'Ja1l
unknown 3w G all block 9 Fau Gallic-.................. 16 -37 .
Gleason
............................... 11 2736 160 .2 09i8 a
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}............ \ 1 74
unknown s e G Gleason block 10 Eau Gallic.................. .162737 Dissolution.
of
.....................12 27 36122 320 3 Notice
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..... 1 74
Gleason & Littlefield n i.-- 53j'8 G Gleas nf all block 11. Eau Gallie...................:,,162737
4 Unknown n I of 8 w 1 of s w I, eland n w 1 of ,.; AA 14. SGGleason all block 12. Eau Gallie...................1627,37, 3 53 Take notice that the firm of J. W.t -;
s w.t.-.S'.1--' --#IS all block! 13 Eau Gallie... .............'16 27 37 3 36 Rogers & Co.: has this day been dissolved '.
(: Gleason85S :
k e J.....-..................:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:..:.......... 36 160 209S 14, Eau Gallie 27137 3 36 by mutual consent. Mr. S. H. a
unknown block
all
p W W Hicks s I of.8 W 1 of 8 wi........................ 1237 36 20 S G G Gleason Gleason all block 15,, Eau Gallie.'16 27'37;: 3 36 Ray, the silent partner,. will retire from ,4

' Gleason & Littlefield netejofnwj and s..e..i..wf.....s..w....I 1327 I 3G 440 5 01 S G Gleason tots 1, 2, 3 and 4, block 16, Eau (Jxl-j I Ilie the firm, and 3Ir. J. W. Rogers will !{
.... stand.
# and s e J.-.... 13'.27;' 40 1 02 ............................................;16 27 37 1 78 continue the business at $the same
n W'l of n w }-.............................. 36 block 16 Eau Gallie. 16 i 85 All persons indebted., tho late firm
Unknown lot 5. |
Gleason & Littlefield all................ ....................."""" 14427 1 36 640 160 6 2 Unknown 09 S G Gleason lots 6, 7. 8 and 9. block 16, Eau Gal-1 27,37, will plea"c call and settle their accounts 1
2736
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unknown 8 lot 10 block 16. 27j37
_... ......162736 160 2 Unknown "'. ROGERS.
unknown n e }-..... "* lot 11 block 16, Eau Gallie_.....:.....l6! 2137Continued 85 J. \\ -
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THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1890. r


.. Taxes
THE FLORIDA STAR. The Fernandina Mirror has the following WRECK OF THE CITY OF ALEXANDRIAON Name.. I Description.Continued S. T. R. Acs. and

report of A. M. Ives, manager, FLORIDA REEFS. from Page 3. Costs.
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. lot 12 block 16 Eau Gallic..........
--L. before the stockholders at their meetingin Unknown .,. 162737 $ 85 ,
Our Melbourne Correspondent Interviews S G Gleason lots 13,14,15 and 16, block 16, Eau
Jacksonville last week The businessof
:mis B. WAGER Editor and Fats er, : Captain Eells on His Return from the Gallic ....................................... 16 2137. 178
the Fruit Exchange during the last S G Gleason lots 1, 2, 3, and 4, block 17, Eau Gal-
SI. O per Annum. season amounts to $545,000. Fifty-two Scene of the Wreck. The Captain Says lie...........................:................ 1627 37 1 7S
Entered at the Post Office at Titusville aSecondClou per cent more fruit was shipped than a Few Words on the Position of Affairsin UnknownS lot 5, block 17, Eau Gallic.............. 162737 85 .
Matter. during the previous The average General. G Gleason lots 6, to 11, block 17, Eau Gallic...... 162737 1 38-
year. Our (FLORIDA STAR) Melbourne correspondent UnknownS lot 12, block 17, Eau Gallic............ 16 27 37 85
amount on 250,000 boxes sold, was $2.27 G Gleason lots 1, 2, 3 and 4, block 18, Eau Gal

of The Star has the on the Largest East coast circulation of Fla.A per box, netting the fruit growers for the says : Captain Thomas Eells, lie...........................:................ 162737 1 .78
any paper whole season, inclusive of all qualitiesand the well-known underwriters' agent, wasa Unknown lot 5, block 18, Eau Gallic...............16 27 37 85
SQUARE one Inch In space; 18 squares all conditions of fruit, $3.52 per box, passenger on the steamer St. Lucie for S G Gleason lots 6 to 14, block 18, Eau Gallic..... 1627 37 2 09
make a column. Titusville Friday morning, on his return S G Gleason lot 16, block 18, Eau Gallic.-..........1627' 37 85
Editoralways which is favorable. If
the
For advertising rates enquire of regarded very lots 2 3 and block 19 Eau
S G Gleason Gal-
,
enclosing two cent stamp. from the scene of the wreck strandingof L :
the fruit sold through other channels or .:......... ..............:..............16 27 37 1 78
brought the same average, which is not the steamer City of Alexandria, near Unknown lot 5, block 19, Eau Gallic..............16 26 37 85
GEORGE FRANKS TRAIN completedbis probable, the value of last year's crop Fowey Rock Light. In an interviewthe S G Gleason lots 6 to 11. block 19, Eau Gallic..... 16 :t7 37 1 74
trip around the world at Tacoma last of 2,150,000 boxes was $4,837,000, and Captain informed us the steamer Unknown lot 12, block 19, Eau Gallic........ ..... 162737 85
Saturday where he arrived at seven drew 25ft. and was ashore in about 18ft. S G Gleason, lots 13, 14, 15 and 16, block 19, Eau
of which transportation. companies received Gallic....................................... 162137 1 7S:
o'clock. His trip occupied sixty-seven
$1,250,000.IN or 19ft. of water. Being provided with S G Gleason lots 1, 2 and 3, block 20, Eau Gallic... 16 2737 1 21
days, thirteen hours and three minutes, watertight compartments she was able to S G Gleason lots 6 to 14, block 20, Eau Gallic...... 162737 2 45

beating the record made by Nellie Bly the House the tariff debate this proceed on her voyage after being gotten S G Gleason all block 21, Eau Gallie................. 162737 3 53
some ten days. week was no better than a squabble, oft. S G Gleason all block 22, Eau Gallic................. 162737 3 53
S G Gleason lots 1 to 12 inclusive, block 23, Eau
is understood that Speaker Reed is the amendments being reguriarly voted Capt. Eells said he saw fully 300 people Gallie....................................... 162737 285
IT
the nomination down as they were offered. The bill between the head of Lake Worth and S G Gleason all block 24, Eau Gallie................... 1627 37 1 93
planning to secure presidential was voted on Wednesday and passed the Fowey Rock Light-whites, Indians, S G Gleason all block 25, Eau Gallie...................16 27 37 2 45
of his party in 1892. It has not the House all right but wait till it getsto and colored-all busily at work rolling S G Gleason all block 26, Eau Gallie................... 1627 37 2 45
been many years since the leaders of his S G Gleason all block 27, Eau Gallie...................16 2137 2 45 'L
thought him "too beefy" to reach the Senate. Senator Allison is wait up the jetsam and flotsam from the S G Gleason all block 28, Eau Gallie............. .....16 27 37 2 45
party of If the other ing for it. The West will show its teeth. steamer ; at one point fully $10,000 S G Gleason all block 29, Eau Gallie............. ..... 1627 37 2 45
any position importance. He says that he is profoundly convincedthat worth of goods were piled up. S G Gleason all block 30, Eau Gallie...................16 27 37 2 09
republican presidential aspirants are wise "the conditions have changed," and The wreckers from West S G Gleason all block 31, Eau Gallie.................... 16 2137 2 09
they will keep their eye on this politicianwho Key were on S G Gleason lots 1 tall, block 32, Eau Gallic...... 16 27 37 1 74
weighs 300 pounds. will handle the McKinley bill so that hand. Beside the cargo jettisoned anda UnknownS lot 12, block 32, Eau Gallie..............16 27 37 85
the author won't know it when he sees large amount piled up and guarded on G Gleason lots 13,14,15 and 16, block 32, Eau

JonN TEMPLE GRAVES thus sizes it. In the Senate Mr. Teller denouncedthe the beach, three steam wreckers were Gallie.......................................1E 27 37 1 61
Windom silver bill in vigorous S G Gleason all block 33, Eau Gallie..................16 27 37 1 74
loaded from the stranded after
Florida
up the senatorial ,situation in vessel ; S G Gleason all block 34, Eau Gallie..................16 27 37 1 57 -
in the Tribune oi Rome r As Governor terms, and promised that with free coin which, with their aid, she was floated off S G Gleason all block 35, Eau Gallie.! .................16 27 37 1 74
Fleming and the present chairman of age, wheat would go up to 110. He the reef and proceeded to Key West. S G Gleason all block 36, Eau Gallie..................16 27 37 1 74
the democratic state committee, J. P. didn't say that it would go to that pricein Captain Eells' recollections rival a ro S G Gleason all block 37, Eau Gallie......... ........ 1627 37 1 74
Liverpool where the world's price is S G Gleason all block 38, Eau Gallie..................16 27 37 1 74
in He has had and varied
bees
Taliaferro, have congressional mance. a long S G Gleason all block 39, Eau Gallie..... ............16 27 37 1 74
their hats, Call's outlook for re-election made, but virtually confessed that inflation experience with wrecks and wreckers.The S G Gleason all block 40, Eau Gallie..................16 27 37 1 74

looks dim. Gen. J. B. Wall, president was the object. memory of some of the eldest in- S G Gleason all block 41, Eau Gallie.................. 16 27 37 2 09
I -of the senate who would be governor if habitants goeth back to the wreck of the S G Gleason all block 42, Eau Gallie.................. 16 27 31 1 38
COL CHIPLEY'S TOUR. S G Gleason all block 43, Eau Gallie.................. 16 27 37 2 09
Fleming was elected,and who is opposedto Ladona ; but long before that Captain S G Gleason all block 44, Eau Gallie.................. 162 37 1 74
Call, is busily engaged: : in working up lie Gives up Ills Last Two Appointments, Eells was here. Anyone with a memoryfor S G Gleason all block 45, Eau Gallie.! ................. 162!, 37 1 57
Fleming's candidacy. Ex-Congressman Having been Summoned Home.-Opinions faces, who saw him at the time of S G Gleason all block 46, Eau GaU e.................. 1627, 3. 1 57
Dougherty has taken off his coat for From the Press. the terrible Vera Cruz gale would recognize S G Gleason all block 47, Eau Gallie.................. 162731/ 1 57
S G Gleason all block 48, Eau Gallic.................. 16 21 37 1 57
1 Chipley, as he has old scores to settle Col. W. D. Chipley of Pensacola arrived him instantly. The same persistent S G Gleason all block 49, Eau Gallic.................. 162737 1 21

with Call. in Jacksonville last Saturday from smoker, looking not a day older, S G Gleason all block 50, Eau Gallie.................. 162737 1 21
South Florida, after two weeks spent industriously full of reminiscences, always ready to S G Gleason all block 51, Eau Gallie................ 1627 37 1 21
A prominent Democrat of Lake and almost constantly in his supply information,affable and courteousto S G Gleasnn lots 1,2, and 3, block 52, Eau Gallic... 162737 85,
county predicts that that county will anti-Call He by all but still to the S G Gleason lots 6, 7, and 8, block 52, Eau Gallic... 162731 1 02
was arfprescntath.e managing
canvass. seen get big
S G Gleason all block 53, Eau Gallie................... 162737 1 38
furnish three votes in the next legislature of the Times-Union, and end of the rope for his employers, while S G Gleason all block 54, Eau Gallie.................... 162131 1 3S
for the re-election of Senator paid that he went to Titusville, Friday, still perfectly satisfying the salvors. S G Gleason lot 2, block 55, Eau Gallie.............. 2 14
Call, To this, editor Greenslit, pf the in order to be on hand for his speech Long may he live, and may none of his S G Gleason lots 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9, block 55, 162737

Tavaret Herald says, we should not be there, which was scheduled for Saturday. wrecks be more unfortunate than thoseof Eau Gallie................................ 162137 2 09
S G Gleason out lots 3 and 4, block 56, Eau Gallie
surprised. But that will not be particularly While there however he received telegram the Panama and of Alexandria.
a City
S G Gleason out lots 6, 7, 8 and 9, block 56, Eau
to the credit of the Lake county summoning him to Pensacola on Gallie................................. ....... 162737 3 93
democracy. We agree with you, Bro- important business, and he therefore Saturday's Times-Union says: It was S G Gleason out lots 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17 and 18,
Gallie....................
ther Greenslit. A Senator with a recordof decided to give the Titusville meetingup reported this morning that the schooners block 56, Eau 1627371 66
S G Gleason out lots 20, 21, 22 and 23, block 56,
eleven years in Congress which shows necessity also compelling him to which left Key West, to wreck the Cityof Eau Gaulle.-.. 162737 2 85

only fifteen passed bills and resolutionsout withdraw from his DeLand engagementfor Alexandria had picked up most of the S G Gleason all block 57, Eau Gallie.................. 21 2731 1 74
of 470 introduced, and only two of Monday."I cargo jettisoned by her, but as none of S G Gleason all block 58, Eau Gallie................... 21 2737 1 74
which were of any benefit to the State shall make no appointments at them have yet arrived it is not known S G Gleason all block 59, Eau Gallie.....................21 2731 1 74
the pres- S G Gleason all block 60, Eau Gallic................... 21 2131 1 74
.is hardly credit to Democracy or "
a ent, said Colonel Chipley, "for the certainly. S G Gleason all block 61, Eau Gallie................... 2127 31 157
the Legislatures that elected him. reason that I am under an obligation to Captain Adolphus Russell, who first S G Gleason all block 62, Eau Gallie................... 21 2137 157
the democratic committee of DeSoto boarded the City of Alexandria returned S G Gleason all block 63, Eau Gallic.................... 21 2731 1 57
SENATOR BUTLER has presented a petition county in this matter. I shall wait till S G Gleason all block 64, Eau Gallie................... 21 2731 157
;of the heads of nine families, from Havana this evening on the steam S G Gleason all block 65, Eau Gallie................... 2127 37 1 57
aggregating 72 persons that Congress the expiration of the time set by me ship Mascotte and related to the Times- S G Gleason all block 66, Eau Gallic....................21 2731 157
enable in my conditions for meeting Senator Union correspondent the following story: S G Gleason all block 67, Eau Gallie.................... 2127 37 157
appropriate $100 per capita to Call, and then, if he does not accept my At 2 a. m. on the 14th, the captain saw a S G Gleason all block 68, Eau Gallie! .................... 21 2737 1 57
them to emigrate to Liberia and main I continue S G Gleason all block 69, Eau Gallie................... 21 27 37 1 57
tain themselves six months. The petition proposition. may my canvassof light on the beach, and took it to be S G Gleason all block 70, Eau Gallie................... 21 2737 157
had a printed heading, and it was the state. I have not, as yet deter Fowey Rocks and changed his course halfa S G Gleason all block 71, Eau Gallie.................... 21 27 37 157
that movement in the mined upon what course to pursue." point, being then in seventeen fathomsof S G Gleason all block 72, Eau Gallie................... 21 2131 121
said an organized The Tampa Journal says: Despite the water. The next cast of the lead S G Gleason all block 73, Eau Gallie................... 212? 31 85
South indicated a scheme of wholesale S G Gleason all block 74, Eau Gallic.................... 21 2737 157
deportation of the colored people of fact that Saturday night is unfavorablefor touched bottom at three and a half fath- S G Gleason all block 75, Eau Gallie................... 21 2131 121

South Carolina. If these are not good public meetings, the opera house was oms. He immediately starboarded the S G Gleason all block 76, Eau Gallie....... ........... 21 2737. 1 21
well filled at 8 p. m. by prominent citi wheel and the vessel:! stuck in seventeenfeet S G oleason all block 77, Eau Gallie................... 21 2737 1 02
have
and respectable citizens they no zens. Col. Chipley spoke for over an of water, one and a quarter miles S G Gleason all block 78, Eau Gallie. ................. 2127 37 1 74
claim upon public charity. If they are S G Gleason all block 79, Eau Gallie................... 2127 37 174
hour. He is but from shore. About two-thirds of the
good citizens why should the governmentpay not eloquent, speaks Unknown n e } of set................................. 17 2737 40 2 45 .
$500 or $600 to,get a family of them with an impressive force. He severely Havana cargo was jettisoned, and on Unknown n w } of set................................. 172737 "40 2 45
when it lets number of bad citizens arraigned the public and political recordof Friday evening she was pulled off by her Unknown a w i of s e J................................1727 37 40 2 45
out any the Senator. He received close attention anchors at high water, and sailed for Unknown s e } of set....................................17 2731 40 2 45
in, and charges them nothing? Gleason & Littlefield n of s w J and net of set........... 182137 120 3 36
and frequently applauded.At Havana at 1 Her
was p. m. Saturday. engines Unknown nej............................................. 182737 160 4 26
IN the Senate, Monday, Mr. Wilson, the close of the meeting everybodywas were injured, but not badly, and Unknown n w }.............................:.............1827 37 160 4 26
of Iowa, from the committee on judiciary given a pamphlet entitled, "A Re- there were no leaks, There were four Gleason & Littlefield s wI............................................1927 37 160 4 26
reported the following as a substitute view of Senator Call's Record, by W. D. teen passengers on board, but they were Gleason & Littlefield set...................:........................1927 37 160 4 '2G
Jno A Graham e | of 81 of s e \ of n w }............... 2027 37 15 174
which of the all
liquor bill Chipley, treats subjectmore not at alarmed. Captain Russell received -
for the original package Unknown n e | of net................................. 2027 37 40 2 45
now under consideration in the Senate: elaborately and in detail than was $3,000 as salvage.ST. Unknown n w \ of net.................. .............. 2027 37 40 2 45
That when any intoxicating liquors possible in speech. Unknown s w t of n e 3..2 0 27 31 40 2 45

shall be transported from one State or Orlando Reporter: Col. Chipley is not MARKS MISSION.It Unknown set of net /.................................2027 37 40 2 45
S G Gleason s w J of n w 1 except 7 acres to Blatch 212737 33 4 26
Territory to another, or from any for- finding the field as ripe as he thought it
S G Gleason
s e J of n w \ except 9 acres to Walton 2127 37 31 4 26
eign pountry: such liquors shall, when was. Senator Call has a good many will be of great interest to the Gleason & Littlefield w J of s w }................................... 28 2137 80 2 45
actual and continuous transportation of friends in Florida who are brought con people of Cocoa to know that, after con Gleason & Littlefield s e 1 and wi................................. 2927 87 480 4 97
the same shall have terminated, be con spicuously to the front by the Colonel's siderable delay, Bishop Edwin G. Weed Gleason & Littlefield all............................. ................. 30 27 37 640 6 43
Gleason & Littlefield 11all............................................... 3127 37 640 6- 43
sidered to have ceased to be subjects of attacks. Then again, there is an impres- has officially acknowledged the organization Gleason & Littlefield ..................._......... ........... ...... 3227 37 640 6 43
,interstate commerce and be part of the sion, whether well founded or not, that of St. Marks Mission, Cocoa, and Gleason & Littlefield w i of s e J and wi........................ 3327 37 480 4 97
common mass of property within the Chipley's attack upon the Senator is has appointed officers as follows: Senior L E Barber lots 1 and 4,block 12, East Melbourne 36 27 37 85

State or Territory, and be subject to based upon his own Senatorial aspirationsand warden, Mr. C. W. Harrison, junior L O Garret sof sendsiofsw J.............. 72835 160 2 09
the State L 0 Garret s J of s e j, and s J of s w J.............. 82835 160 2 09
of
the respective or towards Call. For this warden and reader Mr. Walter .
powers enmity lay ,
L 0 Garret w of n w J and w J of s w J-......... 15 28 160 2 09
Territory in respect of all police regulations reason public sympathy is not with Col. Goodyear, secretary and treasurer, Mr. L 0 Garret ., all...............................................17 2835 640 6 43
of prohibition, regulation or Chipley, to any great extent, albeit the Edward Stilin, to hold office till Easter L 0 Garret n } and set and e J of s wi............18 2835 560 5 70
taxation. tide does not set yery strongly toward Monday next, or until their successorsare L 0 Ga.-et aof aandswande J of B e I
andswof ne \........................192835. 440 501
Senator Call. appointed. It is also with much
WE fail to see where it is'improper to L 0 Garret all............................................... 20 28 35 640 6 43
The Leader claims to be Col. Chipley's gratification 'that we welcome the fort L 0 Garret n J and n w J of s e' J and n of s w J 21 28 35 440 4 61
review the record of a public servant friend, and for that very reason we feel nightly services of the Rev. Mr. Brown, L 0 Garret njofnwjswjofnw i andw

upon the grounds that to do so weakensthe at to denounce his who will for a time at least, hold morning i of s w \................................... 29 28 35 200 285
power of the party. Now is the more liberty present service at St. Marks church and L 0 Garret ejofnej, wjofnwi and J...... 3028 480 4 97 .
time to see what Senator Call has done course in fighting Senator Call. Colonel L 0 Garret all........................ ...................... 3128 35 640 6 43
this section in Uhipley has heretofore been a wheelhorse afternoon service at Merritt. On the L 0 Garret s w \ of n e J and w j of s e \ and w \ 32 28 35 440 4 61
for our State and for too in the interests of the Democratic party, alternate Sunday, or in the absence of Unknown lot 5, block 11, Melbourne............... 22837 102
order to strengthen the party when the C T Clayton n w cor 60x175 feet hotel reserved lot 57
and feel that if he could be made to Mr. Brown, the service will be con 22831 1
contest comes before the Legislature. we ducted Merritt reader. As Unknown lot 4, block 19, Melbourne............... 22837 1 67
at by lay
.We with the Smyrna Breeze that realize the disastrous effect his present a Unknown lot 1, block 21, Melbourne............... 2837 1 21
agree
course will have upon the party, his soon as practicable, steps will be takento Unknown s J of lot 1, block 24, Melbourne....... 22837 2 45
if Senator Call's record is be reviewed
to interest in its welfare will cause him to formally organize. the :Mission atIerritt. W E Rogers part of net of s e },described in Deed
I with a view to electing him to succeed his The Col. Book K, page 186, Melbourne........... 28 37 I 1 78 '
himself it'should be done at once as the give up canvass. reception UnknownUnknown n part of lot 3.........................."...... 28137 15 6 05
people should be able to know the truth, Chipley has thus far met with must force n w \ of n wi.................,............. 40 2 45
send the conviction upon him that Call has DETROIT Steel SURE Tackle GRIP Block. E E Rounsyille n I of n w 1.-........................ 2837' 80 7 85 j
before the primaries to delegatesto A
his friends; and Chipley's course will HALF THE COST of hoisting wed Unknown n w i of n e J......?......................... 28 37 40 2 45 a
the convention to nominate membersof unite them in the bitter end to Storekeepers: : Batchers Farmers, Unknown n w J of s e J.......................?..........3 2837 40 2 45
a fight to Machinists, Builders, Contractors and
the legislature, are held, as wires are OTHERS Admitted to be the greatest H C Christie s e | of s e t.-........ ............... 28 37 40 2 45
already being laid to have properly in. losing sight of all other State interests, improvement EVER made in tackle Unknown s w J of s w J................:................ 28 37 40 2 45
many of which are of_more vital importance catalogue.FULTON blocks. .Freight. prepaid. Write for Unknown set of s w |..............:..,........?..... 28 37 40 2 45 f
atructed delegates go to these conventions. than the election of a United States IRONS k ENGINE WXS.. J S Westbrook & Co n e J............................................. 28 87 160 15 05'
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OF.
Musical Talent. .
BITS OF SCIENCE.
First Brooklyn Amateur Did you hear Murat Halstead has made trained jour-

that Miss Melpomene, of the Gilberanth nalists of all his sons. Wisdom teeth the most variable of'all tin

society musical, had developed quite a decided Algernon Charles Swinburne never. [ size, shape.and general character are Y
taste?
I said to show charaCteristics
wears anything in the line of neck hereditary
Second B. A. :Ho. gear
it
,1s possible?
than of the other
more strongly
First B. A.y ; she \vd& seen prom which is not red. He likes brilliant col- teeth. any i

MEN YOU HEAR OF. enading Fulton street on Easter Sunday oring in attire. WOMAN AND HER WATCH.
Claims are laid to the discovery of the
M. Goblet the French
wearing an accordion plaited cape, a statesman,never t+
The Duke of Bedford has built a pri- fluted skirt trimmed: with bugle fringe allows himself to be "interviewed." He Some of the Innumerable Ways She Invents method of raising sugar cane from seed

vate crematorium at 'V oking. and a bonnet with!,long strings tied under thinks the practice has arisen through to Ruin It Altogether. Instead of from cuttings. The seeds were-
Perhaps a woman can't sharpen pencils discovered by means of microscope in
a
The Italian faster, Succi, is said to her chin in a b' w. I heard that the vanity and desire for publicity. :
and throw stones in just the orthodox the flowery head of the cane. ,
t have abstained from food for over 160 costume made such a racket that the Rochefort has taken the fancy to be-
way, but she can take care of a watch The of about six miles
depth sea
Sabbath was heard breaking in several a
-darLSir come a designer or sketcher, and daily
to the taste and her in-
exactly queen's
deep is reduced by 620 feet by -
places.-New York Hemld. few hours in compression. ,
Parkes the passes a drawing amateur
Henry
premier of New \ ventiveness as to the number of absurd If the '
: South Wales, began life as a toymakerand 1, pictures of a comic character akin to political and ridiculous of wearing it is only ocean were incompressible
I ways
Those Too Natural Mufb.e the level of the surface would be 116 feet
then he became owner of a news- I II I cartoons. equaled by that displayed by man in higher than it la at present,.and about

paper. 1 + Chancellor von Caprivi has declined formulating excuses for getting in late 2,000,000 square miles of land would be

::10. Qayarre, the late great tenor, left an the services of detectives for his protec- from the club. Her ministrations begin submerged.The .

estate of $800,000. His nightly salary ..y1 tion. Prince Bismarck always had a with winding the watch,which she never mollusks that bore into the insulation
*
'f for some time had been 1,400, and he bodyguard of detectives following him thinks of doing unless she is going shopping of submarine cables
:, lived modestly. wherever he went. or on a journey. Then,if she doesn't are pronouncedto
very be of teredo. The is
a species embryo
lilt'P..T. Barnum has presented to the pub Count Munster, the German ambassador break the mainspring, she tucks the said to penetrate between the iron wiresof
watch inside of her dress where the multitudinous
at' Paris who -
resigned after Bismarck's
lic library of Bridgeport a scrap book the sheathing and lurk in the jute until -
hooks and buttons and
containing all the illustrations and com- fall, is renowned as a gourmetand scrape strong enough to cut through the
is the author scratch the case, and where it requires a
ments of the London his of one of the best cook '
papers on show gutta percha.
"
books in the world. half hour's investigation when she wantsto
I while it was in that city. see what time it is. Trials of the latest express compound

Prince Bismarck is a man of many Herr Johann Orth,the former Austrian At night when she takes her dress off locomotive in England with a, special

r trades. He is a miller, a paper maker, merchant archduke has given the command of a she forgets all about it, of course, and train of eighteen carriages developed the,

.a brick maker, an iron master, a coal vessel recently purchased by sends it whizzing under the bed or bureau -. unparalleled speed of about ninety milesan

miner and a brewer-all these industries him to a Capt. Sodie. Herr Orth serves as she throws back her bodice preparatory -.i hour. The highest speed, as measured

'! being followed on his various estates un- in a subordinate position on the same to wrestling her way out of it. by a stop watch, was just over ten

der hia own direction. ship.Walter If it stops she isn't at all disconcerted. seconds per quarter,mile run.

Lord Acton is considered the most de Rothschild who has just With a serenity born of long experienceshe P

.. learned man In England. He is a Roman been admitted to partnership the great picks it up and shakes it until it Advantages of Living In Bangor
financial house of his family, is the old- ticks again. Little Johnny.W-- is 4 years old,
Catholic. His library contains no less Wide Awake Dog Catcher Jostle heron
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est son of Lord Rothschild, and is just 22 and formerly lived at Bangor. His
After all, it is only the unusually careful par'ents
than 100,000 volumes, all of which are der off side, Hurley, an' HI grab d'
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years of age. He was educated at Trin- now reside in Augusta. The other
woman who wears her watch inside
carefully selected and number when she MTQ. Prank Ls-
among pnrp drops -
them books. lie's. ity college, Cambridge.Herr her dress for the intricate fastenings of day Johnny's natural aptitudq for fun
some very rare \
\ I. P. S. Estrupp, prime ministerof the fashionable bodices render it well and mischief led him to commit some

Remington, the artist, is a man of A Left Handed Oo pUmen'". Denmark, is a consumptive weakly nigh impossible. She has the happy trifling misdemeanor, which was promptly -

.more than average height, with a blonde "Mr.Scribbleton,I have a complimentfor looking little man of unprepossessing ap I fashion of tucking it into the pocket of rebuked by his mother. She dwelt

:! head,of hair, blue eyes and a rosy face. you." pearance. During the fifteen years that her cloak or dumping it into the bottomof upon the fact of God's seeing-us and always '1

He has had an adventurous career, and "Indeed?" "\ he has held the premiership he has ruled I the bag she carries about with her, knowing what we are doing. The f.

his knowledge of Indians and cowboys "Yes; a friend of mine, Miss Belle the country with an iron hand. and which usually contains everythingfrom idea seemed to impress,Johnny forcibly
was gained by actual experience. and for several moments he remained si
Pepperton, says that you are developing W. H. Smith, the leader of the British curl papers to her marriage certifi- -
4 Emin Pasha now speaks counting Af- very marked literary tastes" house of commons, has recently built a cate, or tucking it away, along with lent. At last he broke out;.with:

rican dialects, no fewer than twenty- "Oh. indeed," said Scribbleton, with new church at Portsea at a cost of more half a hundred samples her latch keys "Say,mother,does God'see everythingin

seven different tongues and he certainlyis sad smile; "it wasn't more than an hour than 110000. He has interest in the and small change, in her portmonnaie. Augusta1'"Yes
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able to write and speak at least half a since that I told Miss Pepperton that I place whatever, but happening to visitit Jewelers have wise instincts, notice was the solemn reply. "He

". I dozen European languages with as great hadn't written anything for over a for a day on government business he quickly and cater well to sweet woman's sees our: every act. Whereupon the

ease and fluency as he speaks his native month Washington Post.A noticed that it greatly needed a new whims. young sinner exclaimed: '' y
,: German. church. They understand that there is no "Good gracious, mother Let's move
i Difference in Unele earthly use in remonstrating with women back to BngorP-Lewiaton Journal.
Senator Brown, of Georgia, is a devoted The Vienna correspondent of The Lon-
? Hardpan-By George rm dead broke! and explaining that it is their own
?l member of the Baptist church, don Times that :M. Tisza the Hun-
._ I wish that rich uncle of mine would die. says fault that their watches never keep accu- Sometime Called a Snores
his
I and liae proved zeal by frequent
\ looks like
,and leave me come garian statesman a very aged rate time and are constantly in need of
money. '
large contributions to the enterprises off'
uncle of mine and feeble old gentleman his white EL' 1:11:
Job Jinks-I wish No set -
an repair. ; they philosophically
that denomination. He made a gift of .
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his tinted
beard, his stoop and large, 1111
would die, too! about making little purses and card
$50,000 to the Baptist Theological semi- spectacles giving him an air of senility,
r "Why, have you a rich uncle. cases with a separate apartment for the
i 4 nary at Louisville, Ky. /uNo." whereas, in fact, he is but 69 years old, watch and an aperture in the outside

i* Perhaps the most inordinate smoker in "What sort of an uncle. then the same age as the Emperor Francis through which the hands may be seen;
the United States Is Thomas A. Edison, Joseph, who stands upright as an ash.
"A carb-uncle right on my neck, and a they set them in the bracelets to be
who also believes that chewing tobacco good lively one,too!" Lawrence American. \\ clasped about the wrist; they introduce

is a good stimulant for any one engagedin THE GENTLER SEX. them into the handles of umbrellas; they

laborious brain work. He is rarely bury them into the heart of flower petals

seen without a cigar in his mouth, and A Fast Male.! The Duchess of Fife has a reputationfor with a pin at the back, and last of all

; he has learned the art of chewing and Ponflonby-There was a terrible acci- making*butter. they have produced the woman's dear

::" smoking simultaneously. dent to the fast mail last night-Why, Ellen Terry says she considers Sarah delight, the chatelaine.This .

Professor R Stuart Poole, of the British Mrs. Tumly, what is ,the matter? Are Beruhardt the greatest living actress. octopus arrangement of silver or
;f going to faint the side slides the Sissy-Bay, Tommy,.don't Uncle .Ja*
at
;r r" museum is one of the most learnedmen you Mme.Patti it is said, has an insatiable gold pins on or over
ti in England. Hole the first numismatist I Mrs. Tnmly-Oh-no, sir-only you- appetite for stewed which she belt or winds girdle wise about her;waist, cob's nose groan awtuUywbentt'sa.sleepl "

IF ', in the world (being curator of the i gave me a bad turn. I thought first eats for her complexion.The prunes. but in any event it keeps the watch Argosy. 4

.. '. department of coins in the museum), one you referred to my son.-Burlington swaying and banging against all the Change.of Programme.

.. .". of the first Orientalists, the only man in Free Press. crossing Duchess from England of Marlborough to America, on while the other knives and smelling bottles and: American Heiress-:Ma,the Scotch lord
shears and with which she burdens -
who reads archaic things
the United Kingdom has invited :the
An Amendment.Old steamer Teutonic, often played on the me to see new tragedy
t 'l\T, Persian, and one of the chief Biblical Mr. Bently-Thats a true saying, piano and as the ship neared land she which herself is warranted in a perfectly to thwart delightful the way, with him to-night,and I see by the papers

scholars of the day.DOINGS Maria; that one-half of the world dosen't joined heartily in the chorus.of "Home, of the best disposed timepiece pur-ever that the star is ill,and the, drama willnot
pose
:\ know how the other: half lives. Sweet Home,"'and "Way Down Upon manufactured.There be produced. It'a awfully provoking.

: OF ROYALTY. Old Mrs. Bently-Humph! Joshua it the Suwanee River." ? I is only one other way in which Ma-That does not matter, 4ear.: You
the truth to that have seen that tragedy once,and no doubt 1
would be
nearer say
The king of Greece is the best tennis At Barangar, Calcutta, a school forgirls she shows her ingenuity to better advan- j
world doesn't know how some other play'will be presented. 00'
one-half of the
.
:i the royalties of Europe. has been conducted by Mr.and Mrs. tage than in the matter of watch man-
player among live. with him, of course
the other three-quarters -Harper*
than She think of few
ft- Sasipada Banerjee more twenty- agement. can more
The shah of Persia bas commissioned Bazar. American Heiress(after the, performance
It is to add do with than she I
five to
years. now proposed a things a cross baby
;' his ambassador at Berlin to engage en- )-=You: sat through that ,comedy
Literal Sense. boarding department for the purpose of can with a watch, but not many.-New
In
Persia to a without smile and it
to. awfully
gineers and workmen to go a was funny,
put works In the larger cities. Mrs. P. Kay(calling-I suppose literary training young women, and especially YorkSun. too. I nearly died laughing.' .
t"* up gas widows teachers.
have to writea Hindoo as
like husband
men, your Scotch Lord Why didna ye tell melt
is most
: Ex-King Milan of Serria will bet a great many things for "potboilers," as Miss :M. C. de Graffenreid, who shared NOVELTIES IN JEWELS. was a,comedy? I bought.tickets for a
He on
r reckless gambler. any
they term them? with William F. Willoughby the prize tragedy. Y nowln 's News.
.. thing. If he Is not'in possession of apack The crescent as an ornament has of late ; t '
'L. husband's
Mrs. D Lane-Oh, yes. I use my offered by Amelie Rives for the best
of cards be Is glad to match coins rather lost favor, but a crescent of white '
manuscripts morn- "Child Labor interviewed Bard
rejected every essay on f Lao:
? or make the moat absurd wager. ing to kindle the fire with.-Lowell Citi- personally 18,000 workingmen In differ onyx cut with Cupids and nymphs in relief Will Brown What makes:you so gram: ,

. Emperor William-Itfsent to be placed zen. ent parts of America, under the direction and surrounded. by diamonds deserves Smith? ....

on the grave of Jus grandfather, on the : of the United States commissionerof mention.A Gus Smith-yOu'd better ask Why i
hitter's Impelled to Exercise. work of art Is oblong' f '
; recent anniversary the death labor. perfect a long only last week I got an annual pass on
walkedto
Several hundred "How did It happen that you moonstone in which is carved a :
j
a wreath of violet The late Constance Haden of England, representation the railway and here's my richuncle'
:[ other persons in Germany had the same church yesterday" morning? Ithoughtyou was the first woman who received the of Venus Anadyomone, surrounded '' .gone and died and left me .all. his property. :

'. Idea, and by evening the grave was covered always rode. but I had on a honor of being made an associate of the by.loves and set within lines of Of course,'I:shall, have to move

':' with violets, which had come, some "So I do of,trousers generally;and I didn't wantto Mason Science college in Birmingham, small diamonds.A into :his, .house in the city said, then 1
,'. of them from distant parts of the em- new pair wreath of diamonds is designed to like know
) ,:; have them begin to bag at the knees." where she won the Heclop gold medal; should: to what my;passis good
![ Eire -. Citizen.Impertinence. although but 31 years of age, she has I wear around the neck. Despite the j for?=Morning.Journal.
j ; ;' This Is wba9ueen.Victoria took with -Lowell published two volumes of poetry, one of'. beauty of the work and the graceful de- .

her her'. con\Dental tour: which shows marvelous freshness and sign, which follows nature closely, con- The Pity of It

T Three coach. nine grooms, eight "Do know the time Mr. Scadley?" delicacy of touch, and the other, more ventional designs or pendant"forms seem He-They are;In great trouble here at

ho tk .0Wf one i1 Dtey, three carriages, sev- called out you her mother,serenely,from the reflective, deals with the most scientific more appropriate and becoming.Lace Dawson's,you know. .

enty-two trunks, three special beds, a ,top of the stairs about 1 ft. m. problems of modern thought.A pins are not greatly worn, but She-They are! What about

special cooking,:'stove, two physicians, "No, madam I don't," said the brazen recent visitor offered some words of here is a novelty-a pea pod with a calyxof He-Why,1)awsonchgf' : ran off with
: in waiting, withoutmy diamonds. The pod is of jade and is his daughter this morning,add Dawson
Y two surgeons tbreJadIe8 faced Scadley; "I came tonight condolence to the widow of Gen. Crook,
k nine women servants!' one lord, two watch"Philadelphia Press. in reply to which Mrs.Crook said: "Some natural in color. ($A similar pin suggeststhe had invited half,the town to a Dig dinner
,half opened pod by a row of pearls to-night Dawson, says he'll 'discharge:
I Equerries and fen dogs. I years ago I met the widow of a great sol- .
him If he Is hisso -In-Jawten t1mesovu.
( Princess Theresa, the only daughter of : ropular aa Ever. dier. Her husband had.just died. She which we may assume are the peas. .
-Life.
the Prince Regent, Luitpold Bavaria,, "Are you_Americans still as fond of was inconsolable. She asked me, weep- The sporting element is still conspicuous :

has recently..published a valuable workon ball as everf' ing: 'How can I bear it?* I said to her: in jewelry, and In pieces where one Her Opinion. -

i her recent Te tithe North Cape. "Yes, indeed. Why, all our best fam 'Bear it as a brave soldier's wife ought.' would scarcely'expect to find it. For "I don't believe,.Jane,..that.young man '

The princess la an experienced traveler, Dies are adding ball rooms to their How often she came tome after that and example, a diamond necklace has for its cafes for you*" ,s.. ...*.,. '

who hM viiited map: countries, among homes." repeated the words to me; and now those chief ornaments three"pearl set stirrups, "Why, what makes yon think so, ,:

them Brazil, and wbo published five years c'Fawncyt"-Chatter. same words come back to me.'* not as pendants,.but stretched across the mamma? "j :

ago a record of her travels In Russia, Returned. throat.-- ewelers' Circular.No "Well, he don't r eeem old enough to

c which she undertook under an assumed Had of beautiful MEN YOU HEAR OF. 'There. be hardened In sin', and bo acts,and talks
has become your Stuffing ,
"What
a few too sensible to be la love for
onltb1 altogether ,
name and accompanied ;
watch Mr. BrokeleighT"I First arder--Don't always have .
anti-magnetic at 75 that he you
insight Bismarck is so vigorous .
obtain a truer the first time. pfiladeJphl3Tlmes.hh
attendants bl order,to Miss Maladroit, that in this ?
feeling honse
features of regret,to say,; takes a five mile walk every day. s stuffy
Into the. characteristic has returned to her husband Second Boarder Not when we areJa
Anti .
to my Wendell Holmes is not fond ,Claw Dishonesty,,n
possible Dr. Oliver
the than js nernily
country uncle.-Jeweler's Weekly.Hl the dining room.-Burlington Free Press."I '
royal travelers. my of being interviewed. .He is cordial and Jim Another bit of rascality Hard

,Happy _Discorery. polite. to a reporter but he evades the ** nppe has stolen $10,000 and gone too Can ::

F A..Df populated Town. Smith-What age must a man be to point at issiw with great skill. get up at 5 o'clock.14e morning, ada:" *
of States? of Belfast Is the cham- says, Gen. Sickles, the sheriff of New ,Tom-That's only a case of respectable; "
Mellow of the United Rila Kitteridge, .
The once populous town be president .- ; York county..NewYork'ltand tudy law '
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thievery.
but one inhabitant, Brown-Thirt-five. fine writer of le'old.. Though .
Lake pion
Nov., has'now :
where I left off in In-order to know theft.be ?
feet I860, Jim-How can, respectable
lets in! written the Lord's
and he recently emerged from forty Smith (aged 40That me 78 years old, he has -<.
1* three hours
what I am doing. study Tom-When the thief takes out
} a trap in the air
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of snow. He left,home Chicago Times. Prayer six times repeated space Bulletin *
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DROWNED OFF RIVERSIDE. PICNIC AT LAKE WASHINGTON.The K } '. J W Rogers -,
MELBOURNE"MEN' 'ION. :Mr. Williamson, of Micco, whom J F Lewis
I John MyersJF
everyone knows as the grower of Porto While
Walter D.Wesson Falls Overboard Lewis
annual in the vicinity of J W
picnic Rogers
Rico has missed his hens
pines, eggs Skiff. John Myers
NEWS OF THE PAST WEEK IN THAT Sculling a Lake Washington, which is about six J
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lately he thought they were Turner .
; anyway, 17 1890. C J Howard
VICINITY andso Providence, May miles from Eau Gallic, took place on the J F Mitchell _" -
noise
and
too few for so much fuss ,
Walter D. Wesson well known in this number C J Howard .
watched to catch the marauder. A 22nd int.,when quite were pre Jas F Mitchell
Placed In Pointed Paragraphs for the Head city, and in the New England postal sent. After the arrival of those who J P Turner
snakein
few days ago he discovered large A M Osborn
er'Perusal.Horseflies. service was drowned off Riverside about in the of the 'Vm Anderson
came to participate sports Carl ..
a. the, hen house which he promptly his C Curtiss
mark
are disappearing.Mr. 1:10 o'clock yesterday afternoon. He day, the ladies at once commenced x ell Walton
killed, and in presence of several persons Henry H Dreyer
and Mrs. Branch spent Sunday at opened the reptile,' when out rolled a had been fishing, alone, in an old skiff, spreading the white linen cloths for dinner F A Losley

their seaside cottage. porcelain nest egg. Micco snakes are and was returning to shore when the and while this necessary part of the Ellis Cobb A Carl M C Osborn Curtiss :ffr-1F-

Mosquitoes have nearly all gone west high toned; real eggs at 30cts. a dozenare accident happened. Several persons at programme was being carried out, the R C E C MillerJ
Riverside who saw him said that he was were entertained with music Scrimgeour D Crabb
company
their haunts in the prairies.We not good enough for them.
55 to
standing up in the boat, using the sculling from a violin in the masterly hands of E C Miller R C Scrimgeour

are having our usual delightful Emancipation Day was duly observedby oar, and that when about half way Mr. C. Houston. J D Crabb

easterly. breezes, with occasional showers the colored people here. A large between Pomham Light and the red buoy After having been supplied with the John Quincy HugE De Silvertooth

George Harding is building good crowd was expected from Titusville. just above the Riverside landing his oar good things provided, the company met gings his x mark 'V- E Gregory Courcy

sired house near the African M. E. The steamer, however, was delayed by suddenly slipped out of the sculling at the house of Mr. P. Stewart, where Thos McNulty Jas; Silvertooth

church.Mr. an accident to her boiler, and the ex- notch and he lost his balance falling J D Crabb
they were invited into the dining hall to Andrew Gibson .
excursionists further than J Bowman
of the partyon pected got no into the water. There were one or two and
C.H. Stewart was one partake of refreshments, having supplied C A Gardner
beach anda
Cocoa. An excursion to the
far Cocoa to men on the wharf at Riverside, but there those A C Gardner
the Eleanor, going as as the wants of the "inner man, J D Crabb

attend a convocation there. picnic occupied the forenoon. Speaking was no boat at hand, and they could not present were highly entertained with C A Gardner A C Gardner

,by numerous aspiring orators, con- swim out to him. At time Wesson J D Crabb
one Kennaird.In
Thureby has music from the accordion of E. .
We hear Miss Emma purchased
and little dancein
sumed the afternoon a JDCrabbB 1
108 acres of land at Lake Worth, the removed to Indian River,Florida,but for the evening the company were again Jno M Dixon Wilson
the evening. Judging from repeated -
for tropical home. two or three seasons past had been spending invited into the dining hall, where the Jno M Dixon
presumably a
and the B R Wilson
prolonged applause,
much of his spare time down the river.Vesson's table was heavily laden with an abund- J D Crabb
:Mr. Lewis Lockwood killed an alligator speakers' views were acceptable to the
father died of heart disease B R WilsonJ
inthe ance of most of the good things of this J P Blake
and nine feet long,
between eight audience. D CrabbJ
year or two ago, and since the son had earth, which excellent spread was supplied -

pond back of Long hammock. The steamer Eleanor made a trip to Ti the grippe last winter he had often complained by Mrs. Stewart expressly for. this J P Miller A D A Crabb Drake

Mr. Stewart, of Keyport, N. J., has tusville on Friday, conveying a party of of a sharp pain in the side. Manyof occasion. A H W II WalstineAndrew

been stopping at :Mr. Hector's for nearly friends so far on their way north. Mrs. his friends, therefore, believe ,that he After returning thanks, the company Curry Gibson

two weeks past, enjoying himself im- E. J. Nesbitt with her daughter, Mrs. was either seized with cramp yesterdayor vent to the house of Mr. Fred Houston, W H WaUtineM Andrew Gibson

mensely.Mr. McFaul, and granddaughter- Miss Laura that the exertion in the water resulted I where they were kindly met by Mr. and A William H Curry Wood

E. H. Holdridge killed a large; McFaul, of Toronto, Canada, accompanied in heart failure. His mother is living, : Mrs. Houston ; and as the music had B Metzger T J Eaton

'gator below the Goode House, which he as far as Titusville by Mr. and Mrs.J. but is at present at St. Augustine, Fla. commenced their motto was- Nathan Webber J D Crabb

to have mounted as a trophy to Tyler, of Fort Pierce; Lieutenant T. The deceased was an educated man, of Jas SilvertoothMax
expects On with the dance,
J. O'Brien, of the U. S. Signal Service, and courteous LudwigVon Thos McNult .
etc. genial temperament
exhibit with his pelican, very No sleep 'till morn; J D Crabb

Mrs. D. W. McQuaid has been spending at Micco; and :Mr. Frank Everett, of address, and was a general favorite.- Where youth and pleasure meet Koppelow G F Duren

Fort Pierce. Mrs Nesbitt and Mrs. )Ic- Providence Daily Journal. To chase away the hours with flying feet. Wash Barnwell J D Crabb
Mrs. Bassett of
a few days with his x mark ,
she this week Faul were accompanied as far as Jack- Rumor says there will be a barbecue Chr. F. Fischer J D Crabb
We hear starts
Malabar. '
sonville their and brother Mr. ARE SIXTEEN HOURS PER DAY F A Losley
by son shortly, notice pf which will be given in
r with friends and
to spend the summer ENOUGH? T W Smith
W. J. Nesbitt and his wife, where the the STAR later. Jerry Wait H
relatives,in Georgia. I, W Myers
Clyde steamer Cherokee received them. We the undersigned merchants of E L
and H F Atkinson er
Judge Broome, Judge Beggs Mrs. and Miss McFaul achieved a good Titusville, hereby agree to close our respective Dr. Acker's English Pills Jas S tooth-

'Judge P. W White were passengers on Spanish complexion, fine appetites and a places of business at 9 o'clock Are active, effective and pure. For sick E L Brady W H Harris

tte St. Lucie on her Friday trip, on their notable increase in avoirdupois, and each night in the week Saturday headache, disordered stomach loss of Jas Silvertooth

return from the Spring Term of Circuit : good health and we have strong hopes except appetite,bad complexion and biliousness, L A Brady S Singleton
; _
night. This agreement to take effect as they have never been equaled, either in
Court of Dade cqunty.
another winter will find them again hereas soon as the signatures of all the merch- America or abroad. For sale by Dixon Frank Foreman F II Boye
Mr. G. W. Idner has been quite ill, regular winter visitors. & F A Losley
ants of the town (except druggists) are Gray, druggists. ..

with la grippe. He is now able to be The sad news of the decease of Mr. D. attached to this paper, and to terminateNov. F H Boye'F Frank A Losley Foreman.

aroundand expects to resume his travels H. Valentine reached us last week too 1st, 1890.J. Administrators Notice.All F A Losley .
Robert
within a week. We are pleased to hear late for insertion in the STAR. The fami. P TURNER & Co. GOLDSMITH: BROS.E. persons haying claims against the Morrow J D Crabb .
successful far. Estate of Aaron P. Cleveland, late of J P Goldsmith
P he has been quite so ly are well known and highly esteemed': L. BRADY. FRANK T. BUDGE.S. Florida deceased J P Turner
Breyard County, ? are J D Cameron'
Captain Foord,of Hampshire,England, on Indian River, and all sympathize H. RAY. J. W. ROGERS. hereby required to present them, duly J D Crabb ....,.. .
Geo Barnwell
was a passenger on the steamer St. Lucie with the bereaved family in their hourof HENRY TITUS. GARDNER & SON. authenticated, to the undersigned, within F A Losley '.-

last Friday, on his way to spend the affliction. Mr. Valentine spent a GEO. B. RUMPH. the time prescribed by law or this notice R W Rhodes Max Myerson ***.,. "
will be pleaded in bar of such claims. ThosMMcRaa1*s
summer months in "Merrie England, number of winters here at their beautiful That is the agreement. These are the And all indebted to said Estateare John C _
persons Willser '
expecting to return,early in the fall. place adjoining Turkey Creek orange signatures. What have the people to say hereby required to make immediate W J Black F A Losleyt? .

Judge P, ,D. White, of Quincy, Fla., : grove, and was one of the most progres to a man who will sign that agreementand payment to* G H Altree R O Grover* '

was a guest at the Goode House from : sive of the settlers in this vicinity. His then keep his doors wide open, long OSCAR HALL, F A Losley .
Administrator.This *'
L A
Saturday Until Monday, a week ago, on health being seriously impaired by close after the time has passed and the balance 27th of May, 1890. J McIntyre: E L Brady Brady

his way to Juno to attend the first regu attention to business, he strove to recu have closed? If a man would deceive Jas Silvertooth
F A
lar session of court at the new county perate his enfeebled body in the genial his brother merchants into closing up, PETITION FOR LICENSE.To Losley T J Eaton t

seat of Dade county. .. sunshine of Florida, apparently with that he might reap the small "midnight Jas Silvertooth T J Eaton *
Honorable Board
the of County Com- W 0 Albert
"
R. W. Goode has been appointedto some effect. "Though a year ago it was harvest," would he hesitate to deceive a
Mg miuifYner Brevard State A n Cu '
for County, of !f1
take the census in that portion of apparent that only his indomitable will customer? Beware and "watch for the Florida. IH Gorey Lewis Wi mangy

Brevard connty lying south of Rock- power kept him up. A good citizen, a lights. More if necessary. Jas D Thomas AH; Curry '
and conscientious I We, J. D. Crabb & Co., of Titusville, Lewis Widman:_
ledge. He will have a fine opportunityto strictly upright man ; '.'

make the acquaintance of the "multi- he was highly esteemed by a large circle : SAM JONES ON INFIDELS AND SOCIETY.I'd Brevard County, Florida, do hereby Edmon Love James Thomas ; .
A II Curry __
tudes" inhabiting the lower river and of friends who will hear with sorrow the respectfully apply to your Honorable James Thomas j.

Narrows. news of his decease. rather be a low-down chain gang Body_ ,_ and ask that a permit_ be given, Melton Smith A H Curry

'negro than one of your little infidels, and the rigHt be granted to sell intoxicating John D Crabb
'Ve it stated 1Ir. H. M.
The Misses Bowman of Ohio, returnto see that Flag John Simonson
said Sam Jones in a recent sermon. Youwon't liquors, wines and beer, in Elect- Wash Barnwell \
home this week. They ler't i8pleased with all the persistent
their northern op J P Goldsmith *
ion District Number Two Precinct '
be in hell two minutes before (2)), or Henry T Titus ;
will be greatly missed by the friends position of certain parties in St Augustineto Fran Renaker'Saml =
you'll be hopping around in the fire and in said Brevard County. "' *
Carl 0 Curtiss"
have made here. We are pleasedto every movement he has made since Beal
they J. D. CRABB & Co.
yelling: "What a mistake I made. J I WL Gibson
state that their health has greatly im- the establishment of his grand hotels hiss mark
have.some respect for Bob Ingersoll, be- We the undersigned being a majorityof Elias Conover .
Lee SmithS
preyed and hope they will return againto there, has, to use a trite expression, "got 'V L Gibson
cause he can get $200 a night for his the registered voters of Election Dist- 4 :
his back and work
complete the cure. up, stopped on mostif J D Crabb
Misses Bowman Miss not all of his operations there, and also lecturing. But some of these little fellows rict, or Precinct Number Two, of Bre- A Belcher 'Villie'ValkerS

Com. Berlin, the are infidels' for nothing $2 to vard Florida do A Belcher
and that he has concluded not to build at pay County, respectfully Willie Walker

Martin, Mr.took Jas. McQuaid to Malabar one last or Daytona at present. It is said,also,that hear Ingersoll and board themselves.I concur in the above application and ask JDCrabbMWLichty t

Thursday two others for' a a little trip picnic and visit. the Pennsylvania Railway Co. is negoti- understand you are all running that the permit and right be granted. H.B Hersey J D Crabb ..

Some fine musical performers being present ating for Mr. Flagler's East Coast road, "society" here'pretty lively. Society 1 NAMES. WITNESSES.E G B Hemingway ME English ;

and if this is accomplished, that Mr A pair of 75 cent slippers and a $125 E 0 lIiller. II,
the for a little dancingwas .
temptation Flagler would not build in Daytona at i wasp bonnet lets you into it. There is De Courcy J D Crabb J. W Jones J D Crabb '
The
too great to resist. party returned Jas Silvertooth G B Hemingway
all, but the railway would be extend no manhood, no womanhood in it. The his x mark ME *" x
Engli"hT
moonlight. Mrs. McQuaig JDCrabb
by ,
J R WatsonFred I
accompanied them. all the way down the east coast of Flori- fruits of society, so called, are the dude WFFatcb E DeCourcy W Maha .

da. Conceding the above to be correct, and dudine. If you don't like what I'm J D Crabb Gubler W Smith
.
Shaw's schooner Corinne S R Anderson .
__; Capt. Harry while sympathizing with the disappointment saying just get up on your hind legs and DeCourcy William K.Wood.,
'
stopped here for a short time, last week. slide JJTuckerhiszmarkJ D Crabb ARose F A Losley .
of Daytona, we cannot help but out. '
J D Crabb -
is inspecting the Houses of Jas Silvertooth
Cap*: w _
remark, in view of the greater benefit to J D Crabb4' r
S R Anderson L .
.
:'Es u 10 this district, of which he is G Nolle R Decker
t..'. the coast at large, "Let the good work STATE NEWS. J E Howard J W rs .
nte denl Rev., W. H. Stewart Crab
J
D
Jas '
continue. With a railroad the whole VGailer Silyertooth P Di Fisher '
and Mrs. Stewart of our esteemed Palatka E Jas Silvertooth)* "
parents raise
length of the East Coast, direct steamersto must $6,000 to assure a DeCourcy .
townsman Mr, C. H. Stewart and St. steamboat line to Jacksonville. So far A M Osborn E H Rice A W Buie Herman Fischer?';; .-#
and
inland from
Augustine, route John DeanHewn ':!
T J Eaton
their daughter-in-law, :Mrs. H. F. Stewart $3,000 worth of stock has been subscribed ..'
there to Lake Worth, with direct com- T J Eaton Fischer A WBuie .'!
of Daytona, were passengers design- for. E H Rice J D Crabb .
munication from there to New York, A M Osborn .. #

ing to visit Biscayne Bay. via Vanderbilt'a People's Line, with the The banking house of H..F. Dutton & G F Duren R A Bobbitt E S'Hamilton 'J- J D P Goldsmith Crabb

We were informed, too late for publication proposed Growers' Line of steamers on Co., of Gainesville does; an average business J GF W Duren Mahan .

last week, of the sale of Dr. Brels- the river, and the competing J., T. &K. throughout the year of over$50,000. R A Bobbitt JWMahan R S Smith. JDcSbb7' .. .

ford'b place at Lake Worth to a party of W.System, it seem as if this coast region pe/'day. Thomas Mitchell A M Osborn WalterS Graham 'AAA Stewart

New York capitalists, headed by Mr. must receive an impetus that nothing I Out of perhaps 4,500 voters in Alachua William K Wood P TW A LosJey Smith ;< '

_ Cornelius Vanderbilt, who propose to could check. R 0 Grover A M Osborn James E Bowman .
i county,only about 1,200 have paid their S D Geiger F A Losley
build an iron pier to deep water channel John Butler
poll-tax pre-requisite. Without this qualification R 0 Grover 1
.: and establish a line of steamers from New Smyrna Breeze: W. H. Simpson, no citizen can vote. S E Rice A M-Osborn May Bell AH CurtyGeorgeDenom .. 1

New York to Key West, stopping both manager of the East Coast steamboatline E De Courcy Aloha Butler t-

ways at Lake: Worth, which will thus returned from Savannah last week Postmaster Garrison has received or- I Milton Grqver J W Mahan Curry ., 1
ders f Washington to keep the Palatka EDe George Denom
and the for Courey
reports prospects good .theI T W Smith Wiley Henry ..
cornpeting Pendletoa
s
I Henry
F post-office all night, under the J W Mahan
line to New, York purchase of a new steamer to run on the i open care John Butler

t. route between New Smyrna and Titus- of a new clerk. This will give Palatka W H Harris E A De M.Osborn Courcy J S Williams George DenJohn' 4
We had the pleasure of an interview another mail for the north* thereat
leaving Butler
<
ville. He has Jacksonville M E
gone to to English .
Lewis Widman
rlth Captain. E. L. Field, of the Coast perfect his arrangements.The 4 a. m. 'V H Divers Jas SiIvertooth A R Curry :.:-

Canal Company. The Captain is confi- A truck farmer at Interlachen shipped Di E English W HMyers :Moses BakerShadrick Lewis Widman"* ;). .
dent of completing their waterway from Gainesville Guards at their next Jas Silvertooth John Butler l' _
meeting will decide whether to disband onefcox of beans to Cincinnati and the Frank AHCurry .1 ..
St.Augustine to Lake Worth within the H Q Hawley Renaker Lenton ;..
or not. box was sold for $1.50. The freight was T J Eaton Lee Smith f -

required time anJTTopea between: those have continuous When you get all oat of sorts, Billions, $1.25 and the commissions 15 cents, Henry Pendleton Frank Rewer Wm GibsonAndrew Lewis AHCorry Widman.-* .

navigation points Dyspeptic: ,Despondent,Blood impure,Liv- leaving a balance in favor of the growerof his x mark T J Eaton J 1Y ltahan ",

,within a year. We hope their brightest inactive, lack ot am bition, tired feeling 10 cents ... H B Barnwell T W White Ellenwood.A.H Curry 'i'.I
anticipations as to the completion of the and everything goes wrongust come to us .. his x-muk nk'Renaker his x mark A HCul"1. '

work may be realized and this'beautiful and. get a bottle of DeWItt Sarsaparilla, For Bent. John Myers W Frank H Harris Renaker Tea Warren Joseph'VarreD'
It is a perfectly reliable preparation and ,
watercourse: connected directly with The house Mr. S. A. W H Harris W W Beecher
will build_TOO up and renew your strength. now occupied by Frank Renaker Edward H Titus
!i, the seaboard cities of the north. Dixon & Grey.. Belcher. Apply to Mrs. E. H.Titu. 4tf T W White w j D Crabb
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t .L : THF: FLORIDA. STAR, THURSDAY MAY 29 1890. l ._ :11

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Tie.Poodle .
,
Dog.Ch r Shakespeare(t) _
.the poodle'II a quadruped that's
prlncfpaUy GASTRONOMICAL
How do the of the TIDBITS.
1 you spell name renowned i
tt
He's ham,to fourteen inches long and seven author of "Hamlet Shake

square. I speare and Shakspere are two of the most Blood oranges from Florida are sweeter.

h I He wmmds try os pegs.ma of a piece of wool that's bolstered common ways of spelling the name, but than those from Catania. 4

i He baa Tery, lengthy whiskers and abbreviated that these are perhaps wrongly spelled I Timbales, as prepared by the French

A POOR TOWN FOR BUSINESS. legt. will attempt to show. The old records chefs, make a delicious, side dish ,< -.

I' When a lady ties a string to him and tows him EXAMINE YOUR COFFEE. give us but little light on the subject, The annual consumption of#<'t.ugar.in t

,SolDCUual Remarks Dropped by the round the street Chicago Dealers Are Selling "Coffee" That the authors of 150 and 200 years ago the United States is 16,000,000 tons..;
\ k Barber Between Slashes.Hows lIe II perfectly delightful and 1Uperla.tft7IWeet variously rendering it as Chaksper,Shax- "nr
; Is 20 Per Cent. Clay.
f business?" he asked, as he settled But- poodle thatl at present nm- Shaxper Schaksper Schakesper The fragrant garlic is .a'contribution<< .
many Certain of the largest retail grocers of pur, from the shores of the bl Mediterra
4 'I' 4' in the barber's :
back
,;, chair. I can think of only one way he could be of the city have be selling coffee at con Schakespeyer, Shagpere, Saxpere, Shax- nean. i *
"
any
'y II' "No good, answered#>the new barber. use. siderably lee)than wholesale prices, and pere, Shaxpeare, Sharper, Shaxspere, ,

j .or,,.., Cant make a livin'. Man, asked me If Vay through his little the retail trade in the cheaper grades of Shaxespere, Bhakspere, Shakspear, Shak- The ancient Greeks used to'eat katydids -
:'f ( half an hour ago what rd made gizzard they should 8ha- and wrote recipes for their prepar-
Shackspeare Shackespeare
today, punch a little hole coffees has been well nigh demoralized speere, I'
1 and I told him nothln but pomade. And should gracefully impale him on a long and because of the fact. That any of the ckespere, Shackespere, Shakspeyr, Shak- ation.

You'd think I could razor 'nough to get I would pole; leading merchants of Chicago could be 8perShakespere,Shakyspere,Shakespire, The tomato is of South American na-
of town with, but I can't and be of the opinion that, as near as I could and after tivity and named the Port "
i rr'out ; that'swhy ten imposed upon by coffee of a fraudulent Shakepear, Shakaspeare, many was so by

1 ''* I stay around here, and scrape along As a swab for washing windows,he would answer character never occurred to any one, yet other forms too numerous to mention.It guese. .

'1.. is best I cant back a little further, very WtJl some of these dealers have been hand seems from the older records that A pastry made of white ants mixed

1, ,\!r. please.Fourfifths. -J.B. Smfley In Joliet Dls..) News.A ling "coffee" of which 20 per cent. isbogus. the name was pronounced Shak-sper or with flour is very popular In the East

of the time I'm like my Shax-pur. In four of the six genuine ndies. '

') mirror there: nothing to do but signatures of Shakespeare preserved the
reflect. Dad Boy's Daring Scheme. It came to the notice of The Daily Bags of maccaroni were used latelyas .

t't'r', This isn't no town for business, anyhow. Little Willie Price, a' lad who, by his News that coffee was being sold by certain name is spelled "Shakspere." The remaining I a medium for smuggling fine shawls

People are ,too stingy and mean. Man incorrigible behavior, has earned the dealers at the rate of five pounds for two are illegibly written, but into New York.

1 came in herewith a little boy yesterday, reputation of being beyond reclamation, $1, while the wholesale price of the low- i evidently contain eleven or twelve let- "

r and asked me what I'd cut the boy's is now'at his old home in the building of est grades of coffee ranges from 22f centsto ters. Nearly every edition of the works Fresh codfish tongues, always in demand .
fried in butter and served
t 1 hair close off for. Twenty cents, says I; the Boys and Girls' Aid society on Baker 221 cents a pound. As it is an every printed before the death of the author with tomato, are .

and then he said he guessed he'd Iej me street. day occurrence for Chicago merchants to had the name on the title page spelled as sauce.The
j{ r(' off about ten "Shakespeare." This is also Ben Jon- Singalese eat not only the honey
cents
cut worth. Yes; The boy was born in San Francisco in sell at about cost some item in the gen-

that's the way they are. An 1877. At the age of 5 years he was a well eral line of goods, the cheap coffee failed son's spelling in 1616, in one instance it and wax of bees, but they devour the

. : bitionist got mad ;yesterday because I known character on the streetswhere he for a time to attract attention. Other being put in form of''Shake-speare." It insects themselves.The .

:. ., said I supposed he used bay rum. Tired was accustomed t *appear, ragged, dirty retailers could not buy coffee at such is believed to have been the change In onidn, which comes to\ us from

right up, and resented the chargeoffiVe and shivering with cold, pleading for prices that they could compete with the pronunciation of the dome that led to India[ was a great' favorite with the

cents extra for bay rum. alms with a face so piteous and a man- concerns selling the cheap coffee, and the change in spelling it, rendering it Egyptians 4,000 years ago.-Hotel MalL

"Then some of 'em make mean re- ner so deeply touching that none could they were losing trade. Curiosity was either as Shakespeare or Shakspeare in- ,
stead of Louis
marks. Feller said yesterday that me withstand the appeal.In excited, and the result was that sample Shax.pur.-St. RepubliCAn New, Disease ,

r I. and my razors ought to do well if we 1881 a lad named Willie Dickinson, purchases, now in the office of The Daily The latest new disease is "sleepiness."

i : pulled together all the time as we was about the age of the hero of this story, I News, were made. In each instance the Almost Forgotten Flower. It[ seems that those who have had an at-
There old fashioned flowers
J : pulling then. Said he'd heard of Yankee suddenly disappeared from the home of II coffee was closely examined. Soon the are some tack of Russian influenza are liable to an
that almost in the
1 : shavin soap, but he never saw a his parents af Commonwealtb.Wis. The cheapness of the coffee was explained. are of forgotten and novelties.gaudy One attack of "la nona," as it is called by
t Yankee razor before one that would heartbroken who Mixed in with the inferior coffee is an displays hybrids
parents, were very of the most beautiful of these is the the country folks of Italy and South Ger ;
yank the hair out, instead of cutting it wealthy advertised far and wide, and admirable imitation in appearance of the the CEnothera odorata.It many. That conditions of'the human
evening primrose
off. offered amount of for the genuine coffee. The shape is not always ,
a large money is tall that thrives and subject known as "trance" are peculiarand
a large plant
,
e < I "But that wasn't so bad as the old man discovery and return of their child. good, but the texture, size and color are looks best fence where I not-infrequent is matter of 'commonexperiencebutthenewtranceorlethargy
near a or hedge, :
that come in here yesterday forenoon. I Young Price saw the advertisement, and perfect imitatiows. When ground in a its extent of growth is partly concealedby

asked him if I should shave him very while under arrest on a charge of street mill it appears exactly the same as ground other plants. It is a night bloomer, seems to be something entirely out of

close. 'No,' says he; 'shave as far away I begging at Los Angeles proposed to the coffee, and when mixed with real coffeeit the blossoms coming out freely on clear, the common, and is more psychological'
J Ii- I don't like onions.' : impossible to detect the bogus article.As I
as possible. policeman to personate the lost Wisconsin starry nights. There are few thingsin than pathological.-New York. Commercial -

Nother feller said there hadn't any- lad if the officer would do the rest of every coffee dealer grinds free the nature beautiful than the Advertiser. *,

thing happened in town in a year that tie business necessary to gain the reward coffee bought of him it made the swindle opening of these more blossoms. They begin "

caused eo much talk as my comin here for his return. The scheme looked plau- still more difficult of deteetion. The clay to after and visible Inconsiderate '
twilight a
.. open ,
coffee is absolutely tasteless. Mrs. Fitly (sympathetically it really
did. sible and the officer went into it. tremor the if it
One sample of two and a half pounds passes over plant, as true, my dear, that your husbandhas A
"I don't like the folks around here A short time after Mrs. Dickinson arrived sensate thing. It is the vital moment "
,
were a
much.t Man came In here two days ago at Los Angeles to claim her long bought on State street for fifty cents of the plant if listen just failed? .. x
; you you can
l with such stiff hair that after rd tried lost Willie. At sight of her the young contained 80 per cent. real coffee and 20 hear the calyx breaking its waxen sheath Isabel-It is.

fifteen minutes to part it with a brush I impostor rushed into her arms, exclaim- per cent. imitation. A sample of the and the blossom slowly unfolds its luminous I Mrs. F.-How excessively inconsiderate -

parted the brush. He asked me what ing, "Oh, mamma! I am so glad you same size and price: bought on Wabash pale yellow corolla giving forth the Just when Lent is over and right in
contains from 10 to 12 cent. the midst of the openings! If he
kind of grease to use to make his hair have como to take your little Willie avenue per most exquisite jessamine like fragrance.The spring

stay down. 'Your hair/ says I, 'ain't I away from these bad men. Kiss your : of the bogus coffee. CEnothera is a native flower, and had to fail he should have done'so on.

4 much like down, but U you think it is, I Willie, mamma," and the hardened rep- The purchaser of this cheap coffee on when once started in the garden springsup Wednesday. It would have imparted

why,goose grease would probably make robate actually wept. The overjoyed State street was paying $1 for four spontaneously year after ycar.-New such sincerity to your Lenten though. ;
pounds of coffee and one pound of clay. Pittsburg Bulletin.
tf? it stay down. mother covered her'supposed child with York Tribune.A .
I r. "Well, it's just such cases as that all kisses. She bought him new and elegant As the four pounds of coffee cost no

the time. ,,Fifteen cents, please; thanks. clothing, loaded him with presentsand more that 89} cents there was a marginof Hound and an Eagle Friends. Love Is Blind. .
10} cents for the one pound of clay. A good joke is told on a numbel"oti'
Seems like takin blood from began for their
hasty preparations
money you, Dr. H. M. Beck,of Green Bay.Wis.,has
; As 1} cents should pay for the clay, the boys at the university. Some young.
'i too after cnttto 1.00.the way I did. return to Wisconsin.The two and hound
eagle beagle
pets, an a ,
invited of the'
dealer could sell five pounds of "coffee"for 1 ladies were to tea at one
Good-by yowl see thishanty to rent in police officer feeling secure in the
} ; which are fast friends. The eagle is 4
the first of .
$1 and make 10 per cent. profit in boarding houses on day April,
-* a few days.-Horris Waite in Puck. possession of the rewardmoney, con- weeks old, and seems to thoroughly enjoy
-- addition to the advertising such a cheap and thought they would have some fun.
ceived the idea of the out
defrauding boy .
the companionship of its four footed
.
I made cotton fritters and friedi
'' Wanted Another Plaee.J' of his share of it. Innocent little Willie price would bring him. playmate. The hound will take the They some .
The coffee be best detectedby them nice and brown, and they looked
i bogus
\; Johnny--Say, pa, is heaven a nice was, however, too cunning for his part- may eagle's tail feathers in his mouth, then indeed. The ate.
laying a sample out a table so quite tempting boy8;
place? ner in crime. He put a damper on this upon seize the bird by the breast, being care- '
them with relish and found out
I it is only one berry The mud never
Father-Yes, Johnny. little scheme by boldly declaring his deep. ful in each instance hot to harm it. Thenit Sun."r '

r Johnny-An'-an'w Jimmy Scags be identity to Mrs. Dickinson, who was coffee may then be plainly seen and will frisk about and try to induce the the joke.-Durham _. 4

I tf there? shocked into a fainting fit by the startling separated from the real. bird to engage in a frolic. All this time .
Just how much of the stuff has been .
---
4 Father Yes,if he la good. revelation. into : the eagle seems to.enjoy the fun exceed-
this market is unknown.
:' Johnny (recollecting Scags invariably "You don't come any of your little emptied ingly. But once let a little black and Jumping at a Conclusion. .

!- gets the best of tHeir pugilistic en games on dis duck," he said, addressingthe Where it is manufactured is not known tan,, also owned by the doctor, come Aunt-Yes, Maudle dear, heaven is a

r.t counters)-Pa, ain't there no place bet astonished officer. "I'm just plain positively, but recent trade circulars report within sight of the bird of freedom and place of everlasting bliss, but what must, t
that it manufactured
sides heaven we kin go to an' enjoy ordinary Willie Price, of San Francisco, was being at its soul is at once up in arms. He as- the other place be? ,

oareelveswhenwedieLawrenceAmerh7nfdeatlllut. dat's who I am; d'ye see?' Philadelphia and at Newark.As sumes a John L. Sullivan attitude, and Maudle don't know, auntie, unless .

t ican. The disappointed woman returned to poor classes are generally the purchasers would unquestionably make short work it's a place of everlasting blister. Judge
of the of coffee
her eastern home and young Price was cheapest grades with the little canine if it came within 1 "V

sent to this city and placed in the Boys those who can least afford it are the reach of his powerful talons.-Louisville A Concentrated Mustache

I j I f He(rapturously, my love, I adore and Girls' Aid society. On Jan. 14 he greatest sufferers from the swindle, but CourierJournal.Stabbed .

'\; yon My heart goes out to ;you! Can scaled the walls and escaped, and was readers of The Daily News at least need

, ''t you not feel loves darts piercing ';your not seen again until ;yesterday, when he be no further imposed upon by clay coffee the Drop Curtain.A .
News.
," bosom? : was recaptured and sent back.-San -Chicago queer exhibition temper by Emma 1\

She Well, I do feel something. But Francisco Chronicle. Helping the Poor to Lay Up Money. Juch, the prima donna, came to light

, 1 I think It'. a pin in my; dress.-Lawrence The growth of the penny provident Tuesday evening, April 15. She sang In
American. No Business There. "Carmen" house
1 fund of the Charity Organization societyis at English's opera in

1 I'A Good Reason. A certain boat coming up the Mississippi remarkable. Its deposits ire receivedin one of the scenes of which she uses a
Very lost her way and bumped up againsta dagger. The scene 'closes with a climax
1 T "Don't leave that door open!" yelled the shape of stamps, which the depositor -
house. She hadn't than which almost
frame more invariably brings an en- '
who did. purchases at one of the stations of L ILL
7 Tangle to A man always touched it before an old darky rammedhis core, and in expectation of the usual re-
i r "Why not!" asked the leaver, fa the fund and affixes to cards providedfor This is Charlie Periwinkle with hi*
,
head up through a hole in the roof sult :Miss Juch remained upon the stage .
it has been
the Although
purpose. features in
cetioualy.r out and after the curtain had down. The repose.
the
where chimney once came gone
"Because I don't want the fire to goout1 In operation but two winters it has sixtyone II. And this is the charming artificial
r.
the uWhar i8 failed to materialize and the
yelled at captain: yer gwine encore as
stations scattered over the city, smile which he in and
-Yenowine8 News. wears public,
I wid dat boat? Can't you see nuffln? Fust singer turned toward her dressing room
where its stamps are sold and redeemed.On which is designed to concentrate hIa
knows gwine to turn die she impulsively plunged her dagger ;
for thing yer yer March 1 1890, it had 12,746 de- *
,
i Wanted Him a Weather Prophet. mustache so that it will be plainly visible -
house ober spill de old woman an' de through the drop curtain.-Indianapolis
,
believe that positors, with deposits amounting to $8- the naked Bazar.MALLORY'S
Husband to .
really my chil'en out in de flood an' drown 'em. Cor. Chicago Tribune. ...eye.-Harper's. .
''
rheumatism entirely disappeared. 588.57. Charles S. Fairchild, Abram S.
in de wid
Wat doin' out here country
yer Hewitt Charles C. Beaman and B. W.
; Wife WeH I hope it will not stay ,
back
will have to yer boat, anyhow Go on yonder De Forest are among the trustees of the
for then we
I away good, as
an' back into de
..bar a barometer to find oat when it is froo deco'n field get fund. Many of the depositors are from LlN
h'longs. Ain't S.
ribber whar got no
yer families that have heretofore been applicants NEWYORK-FLQRIDA
Texas Siftings.
1 going
I tojrain.,.. business sev'n miles out in de country for charity,and now find that with .
.. tl. '" foolin' roun' people's houses nohowr and
.
and become
\ It WM a Cold. care prudence they can _
: : Miss SbarpeOh, how do you do Mr. I she backed out-Nashville American.A capitalists in a small way. More than .

'1', Sissy? You are not looking very well. I Novel Musical E=hlbltioe.It four hundred and seventy "savers" from New Boston & Florida.Sailing

'. 'Mr.Sissy-No,Miss Shawpe;rveacoJd is decided to hold in Vienna an in- one station have become regular depositors York, Philadelphia, .

) or something in me head. i I 'ternational exhibition of musical instruments in one of the savings banks of this FERNANDINA Fla. Every THURSDAY: '
4 think it must city. This is one of the means employed from} ) ,
Miss Sharps (calmly- kind from the and ,
of piano
J" i every ,the to NEW YORK, Every FRIDAY at 3 p. m. ,: ;
be cold Puck. by Charity Organization society
a Mr Sissy. violin to the drum, and of original music -IBOY t
and stop the flow of useless almsgiT 1g.- ,8TEAUEBSRio --
scores, autograph letters, portraits ,
titri' New York Commercial Advertiser.The .
.
drlet
> One musicians
photographs of all the celebrated Grande,
. "What are ;you crying about Busier of the world. The .
/-co ; ? and composers Kestrel's Keenness er Ylslotu Capt 6onnor j'.
;:: T "The boys are teadnipjAUoew"Well opening of this unique exhibition, in ,
that." Wonderful is the keenness of the vision : State of''hexas
I wouldn't cry about which the Princess Pauline Metternich ,
rm which enables the bird, when itself appearing r (k. '
"rm about that cry- .
not -
crying is CaptWIlllams.Oity
i is taking the chief interest, arranged little more than a mere speck In .
ff fag because they don't tease me.-Van festival of the German
the
: when -
for August,
detect the or :- '
Dora's. the sby, to tiny, crawlingmouse San Antonio,
: Saengerbund will be held In Vienna.On .
whose sober tints harmonize so ,
*; .
A Real :Nice Girl. that occasion about 13,000 German well with those of the ground and the r Capt. Wilder. t

to. : George-Laura, will you be my better vocalists are expected.-New York Tele- herbage around it. Take a mouse and Passengers from Titurrille Indian Hirer and bat Coast polite,arriving in Jackie iris'" from J.T.

!gyp half? gram. let it loose in a field of stubble, and,once &E. W. Bail way, make eonneetton with morning and afternoon trains for JTernindins and Steamers*

: Inure.:-Oh, George, how can I, and Strange Restoration of Sight.A having lost sight oil it, one finds it almost sdYertlsed. 3tf?"*:'&* '

I"' yon 10 good?-Binghamton Leader. most remarkable case of,the restoration impossible to discover it again. It is so The SIS p. m. train from JscktonYille connects with steamer at rerDaUdi21.LJ.' r*"

of eyesight has just occurred at small, so somber of hue and moves with Leave New York. STEAMERS. Leave FernandiBa.

I The Hired Man Macedon O. An elderly lady named such quiet stealth that there is nothingto Friday, May 30,..........................BIO GBANDE.N..N......Thursday, :June .5

: ctre 1f7 brow ID7 tlmer IQ7 act m1 life of to brawn td1 are bass; Faught has been practically blind for a attract the eye, and one cannot see it, Friday, June 6,......................STATE OF TEXAS,._.............Thursday, 12 f

tor her alone of I bnmse each wtling my anna muscle ewe; great many;years, with no hopes of ever very often, even while gazing directly Friday 13,.........;............... BIO GRANDE...........__......Thursday, 19

&bar 1 guide the plow sad: dean the had, recovering her sight. Not long ago shetook upon It. But never does It'escape the Friday, t ," 20,.........................STATEGRANDE ,...............Thursday, 28

k for bar my brow to wet;my face to tanned ill and has been confined to her bed notice of the kestrel. That wonderful Friday, ". 27,....................... ,..................Thunday, Jill 3 .

t' greet labor, brown cheeked:: a* the chetan but since her prostration she sight, telescopic In its penetration, and Friday, July 4,........................STATE OF TEXAS,..........._iTInirsda7. 10

ban. ever since of In its perfection detects the Friday, 11,.;.........................RIO GRANDE,..........i.......Thursday 'I 17
the ,
And Try B at<*hew my lagging ei me.tu4.to trtt mite., has gradually been recovering use, microscopic which the Friday, ce 18,........................ TATE OF TEXAS,,...:...........Thursday, 1A

&\ tinder thy name heat and the old harden line fence bid I scale her .optics until she can see almost as smallest insect creeps upon Friday 25,...........................RIO GBANDE.N..N.Thursday, 31
Jut shades too good as in her youth. The case Is a most ground, and the mouse which ventures
vher. the whleperint; maple remarkable one when the fact'that she IB from its hole while its vigilant enemy is For OeaexaTinfoimatton apply to '
1 cI.J J. M. CUTLER Gen.Fsss. Agent 77 West Bay Street, Jaetson,file 11 L
moBnttUpfta with tha ofte< rail pretty well up in the seventies Is. taken watching above is surely and certainly O. x...HUBBY, Agent,toot of Centre street,Fenandiaa,jia.C. .
Aad let tAe light wind fan'any pe ent face; 1 doomed.-New York Telegram. :
AM there, where Urd and moment.Idly; fllfca into consideration. .I I. HALLOKT & 00., G Bral A* sti, Pier 20, E. H, H. 7.
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FLORIDA .STAR MAY 29, 1890. ..
THE
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< --.... ---. ........ .. -- --- -- -" -- .
-'---' JD Crabb
-<- -"- HYPOLUXO.Horseflies : Judge Whitlock and daughter, and PETITION FOR LICENSE_ R S SmithA N. F.A,
Losley A.eOoNiR.oi '
have Mr.. D. J. LaRoche,arid wife, are spending To honorable. Board of County -Commissioners A A Stewart :
and the skeets
gone several weeks at their home in City Brevard (County, State of W Buie ; John P Bennett!
not showed up so far. Point. J D Crabb
Florida. Chr F Fischer General .
Plenty pf rain. Capt. Pierce. reports Sam Martin shot and killed three We, F. A.Lesley and Frank Benaker, A F ,A A Losley Stewart Merchants,

x nearly seven inches so far for May. horned snakes on his father's homesteadlast of Brevard County, State of Florida, do Walter S GrahamHenry J D Crabb '

F.gg plants, onions and pine-apples are week; these are the first horned respectfully apply to your Honorable H Dreyer C H Walton Eau Gallie, Florida

being shipped and the guavas are full,of snakes ever'seen in this vicinity.Mr. Body for a permit, and do hereby ask J D'Crabb
T W Smith
bloom'and young fruit. M. A. Martin and sons, left for that the right be granted to us to sell James E Bowman J D Crabb .. INDIAN RIVER

New settlers from'tbe frosty north are their home in Melbourne on the 15th. intoxicating liquors, wines and beer in H Atkinson Steam Sail
or, for
Anderson Boats Met
S R
the
coming. Mr/ Lawbeck and son, who Mr. Martin expects to make his perma- said County, and in Precinct t or election Frank Renaker by I

,.. have a large vegetable farm near Gainesville nent residence here in the fall. district Number Two (2). Frank :Foreman J F D H Crabb Boye Day Week or Month.Brevard .

;Aretaking upland,their vegetables FRED A. LOSLEY. \
; Mr. and Mrs. Veromite have departed Max Myerson
:: having been frozen down three times the FRANK RENAKER. R W Rhodes
for City Point where they will in the Thos M McRae Co.

last winter. High time they moved to future reside. Mr. Veromite sold his We the undersigned, being a majorityof W J Black John C Willsey

Lake North property here to Mr.Jones, of Jonesboro. the registered voters of Election Dist- J J D F Lewis CrabbJ

And we have all been a-maying and Capt. F. L. Whitlock of the sloop rict Number Two, in said County, do II Curry A M Osborn STATE BANK .

a a-camping, and it was'tim I went, my, "Madgie" bid Narrows adieu last Tues- hereby respectfully concur in the above Andrew Gibson S Long ,

thinker was threatened with brain-fag; day. Capt. Fred; expects to be absent application, and respectfully petition E 1\Iatt'Vaiters White COCOA, FLORIDA.INCORPORATED .

my weakly driblets to the?STAB, com several weeks visiting friends in Court- your Honorable Body to grant to the Wiley Walker A II Curry

bined with the perusal of the controversy ney and City Ppint said F. A. Losley and Frank Renaker, David Dunwoody 1889

between "Citizen" and Mr. Williamswere The have arrived ,in full the permit to sell intoxicating liquors, James Thomas All Curry. CAPITAL:

too much for my cerebrum and mosquitoes wines and beer, in said Election 'District Edmon Love A II Curry Subscribed, $: ,ooo; Authorized,
force and are very ravenous. The old R E Glen 8100,000.ACCOUNTS .
cerebellum so I took to the woods to
't resident "buildeth a smudge and, sittethin J S WilliamsHalter
So packedup Wm Gibson SOLICITED
avoid the insane asylum. we WITNESSES.
NAMES. Bellamy
the smoke thereof, and palmetto
the :Mrs. toe two girls, the boys, dog;
brushes are in demand.Mr. H B ArchibaldT J S Williams Wm Gibson Money to Loan at Lowest Ratcs.
and L Embarking on Lake Osborne wemade J,F Lewis J De SteubenP Walter Bellamy

a big skiff load. A mile across the J. D. Weir shipped seven barrelsof J F Lewis Nathan Webber Wm Gibson DIRECTORS: 1

lake to the west,brought us to the marsh egg plants and two crates of tomatoeson M FisherWade T J DeSteuben A H Curry ALBERT TAYLOR President.
Jerry Smith JAMES HOUIES Vice-President.
,
which extends from Jupiter to a point 7 Saturday's steamer. Mr. Weir has H Harris J T F J DeSteubenG Lewis Ellis Cobb i A H Curry R. B. HOLMES, Cashier.J. .

miles south of Lake Worth. We campedin suffered, less than any by the seven H Myers Ellis Cobb M. Sanders J. F. Wooteu.

the pine woods a few days and hunted months drouth, as his garden was on G F Duren F A Lobley Wiley Henry A H Curry .

saurian at Thenwe low land. Frank T Budge James Scott A. FROSOHEE
the grim-looking night. very L A Brady H B Barnwell A H Curry ,

moved camp to the shores of charm- White F A LosleyA II B Barnwell TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA
The steamer S. V. ran agroundon C A Gardner
Lewis Wideman
ing Lake Osprey, crowded4with black a sand bank just opposite the Nar- C Gardner P A Losley Henry Pendleton Keeps a full supply of metallic and wooden

baa, and Guy-end killed, a fine fat rows P. 0., last week, and was high and C A Gardner A C Gardner Lee Smith Lewis H WidemanA Coffins Gases and Caskets,
Curry
and I F A ,
the Losley
deer that is Guy held gun, .
with number of
dry quite a
passengerson John Gibson '
T J EatonS Funerals attended if desired. All orders
and took him in. George DenninsMoses
held breath, we J M DixonS
my board. The Georgiana carried the S F Gray A H Curry promptly: executed and at reasonable rates.

Then we were joined by Lewis' B. 'and mail until the White was able to resume J B ScrevenW Baker Andrew Gibson Embalming done.GEORGE .
Charlie P.and had "oodles" of fun. Ee- her duties. A Belcher] H Myers A H Curry

barrels of hides 30 J F Lewis A M Osborn W. MORTON
had
.tu: ning we two E C MillerRobert Henry Pendleton
feet Mr. James D. Weir met with a pain- Frank Renaker Andrew Gibson
150
4 white plumes; and about square
H Harris &
Civil
C MillerJ HuganY Engineer Notary Public,
ful accident last Wednesday morning, MorrowE John Quincy .
of sun burn and red-bugs. II Curry
? F LeWISJPT
BUTHVEN. and is now suffering with a fracturedarm Jerry Wait t MORTONHUKST, HEATH, FLA.
J F Lewis W H WalstineShedrick
sprained shoulder and several cuts urner Robert Morrow John D Crabb Surveying and Leveling, Architectural
and Section
Drawing, Township Maps.
LAKE.WORTH. and bruises, the result of a fall down the E DeCourcy J F Lewis Lenton A Lee H Smith Deeds, Mortgages,eta Blanks constantly -
steps of his residence. Mr. Weir is able Robert Morrow I Curry on hand.

Weather all that could be desired. GroverGeo F Ensey Milton Smith Henry Pendleton fYEE
I to be up but it will be several weeks Milton : E DeCourcey A H Curry
LEE
The Ruby Dye got back from her tripto before he can be at his usual occupation, Milton Grover Washton Barnwell Nathan Webber ,

the Keys on the 16th. that of market gardening. Johrl.Myers T J EatonW Henry Pendleton Chinese
A H LaundryMain
Curry
Wm Jarvis
.air.J..D. Earnest arrived home from H S Beal
Captain Frank Forster of the sloop 'I Myers T J EatonJ 'V Brown -

th North on the 6th. "Ettie" has taken a party from Enos, F Lewis Andrew Ellenwood 'V F Futchhis Street, .
J P Blake
(Wing to the rain there were no relic consisting of Mrs. Fish and Miss Albert- Geo W Morton X mark A H Curry TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.. .
,
T 'V White ;
r gio is services on,the.18th. ma Enos down the river, their destination T W Smith S Wade D Geiger H HarrisS May Bell'' A H Curry

1 Steamer aground down Miami way, being Jupiter. They will visit various S D GeigerW Thos his X WarrenJerry mark A II Curry NA UM.A.N'S

and beach-combing profitable eyen upthis points of interest and anticipate a F Futch H Harris Joseph Warren
I
NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPrION
far. :;; fine time; we hope the mosquitoes are A M Osborn ,T W SmithW Wait Henry H Pendleton.A AGENCY -' ,..
'
not as numerous down the river as they F Futch Curry THE PIONEER...,AflEWCY
Tile Mary B. went from here to the T W Smith Lewis 'Videman
I H Gorey For terms and samplecopies Address .. .
and are in Narrows at the present time or G Nolle A II Curry j.CHA8rJNAtIAN
J P Blake
Keyi'and from there to Jacksonville, ;:

is sots expected in now with a full cargo. their pleasure may be marred by the H F Atkinson A A Stewart I Geo Barnwell J F D A Crabb Losley Titusville P. 0.:, Brevard county, l-Fla, ,
little winged insects. Frank RenakerT

Mtp| Emma Thursby has bought about REBEL. T W Smith NOTICE OF INCORPORATION. /
B
100 a*\yes of land on,the east side of the Metzger E DeCourcey Dewitt's Little Early Risers. Best pill
.' < J Mitchell for Sick Headache and Sour Stomach. Notice it hereby giTen of the formation of a cor*
Lake near Juno, from Mr. Irwin R. Chas J Howard poration to be known M the Fist Gout Trmniporta- .
PIC NIC OFTHE COLORED PEOPLE. T W Smith Sold by Dixon & Grey. Uon Company. The principal offie of said trap
it cleared and im-
have
Henry and will C J Howard Dewitt's any will be at TitruYiUe; Florida. Tie peoeral
Little
Risers. Most
Jas F Mitchell' Early nature of the bua1ue...\he tranyporUtion of frel&kl
proved! once. Titusville May 26, 1890. E DeCourcey
pleasant cathartic liver pills ever made. aud prHeng r..over -thewater ways of tb* set
At & Pleeting of'those interested in the Editor Florida Star: V GaUer E DeCourcey Sold by Dixon & Grey. coot Florida. The authorised capital wd be for
T W Smith the present, $5000.00,three-fifth*of which h&B bf
West a'de school, Mr. Geo. A. Gale reported paid in'an4 the balance opon eafl of the director
DEAR SIR.-Please find in .
space your Jas M 'V Lichty The First Symptoms of Death. The corporation shall commence,on June JOta,or,
tap to the state of, the 1 finances, this week for me to a fetf words Silvertooth. T A Robinson aa soon thereafter aa 1U articles of aaaodatioa and
paper say
A. Gale 'V H Harris Tired feeling dull headache, pains in !Jr.).'" are filed with the Secretary of State. The
ivnd J. C, Hoagland Esq.,' Geo.
about >tbe colored people in this part of J i> Crabb various parts of the body sinking at the business of the company shall be tranaacted by aboard
E W Holmes ,
who shin
leas than three directors
of not
and M. ,E. Spencer were appointed a the cd ntry. The colored people at V GaUer pit of the stomach loss of appetite,fever- hare power to elect a president, secretary sad

committee to arrange for, and if possible, Mims, on Saturday, the 24th inst, gave R A Bobbitt E H Rice ishness,pimples or sores, are all positive treuurer, and appoint general the manager.iuiderti Tie ae4

begin the'.immediate construction of a one of the grandest picnics ever wit- E H Rice John :Myersa evidence of poisoned blood. No matter Incorporators directors shall,be and for the officers.Int< fear shall be elected,esca...--
wharf.. ; Henry T TitusHenry how it became poisoned it,must be purified year thereafter pb the first Tuesday Jane. *
nessed by mortal on Indian river. The of indebtedness toxwhich
T 'V White ,to avoid, death. Dr. Acker's Eng- The-highest amount
Horticultural Society met at the where the committee had T Titus lish Blood Elixir the company can subject itself shall not eseetdW_
picnic grounds, E H Rice has never failed to remove thousand. ,dollars.TittuTllle ;.'
West Side school house bn the 14th. In chosen it is up the river at Mr. Jones' Henry T Titus ; scrofulous or syphilitic, poisons. B.P.PanvaOIt
'V 'V Skinner GEO.1Lw BoUI
the absence pf--.both) the, president andiceireidntr and Doc.'Viley's landing. Here they his X mark A M O born Sold under positive guarantee. Sold by : 8. aa.8a.
B F Gray Dixon & Gray: druggists. Fla. ,Messy &,ISDflt dIn
Earnest !
_Mr. J. D. was were joined by the Titusville picnickers J 'V Rogers- John Myers _

elected chairman pro' tern.' RoutIne business who went there in sailboats and wagons A 1\1 Osborn Dizziness,, Loss,of Appetite that Tired I

was all seen to and, several communications and buggys and row-boats and on foot. Thomas: Mitchell I H B Archibald Feeling, Faintness, Dyspepsia, Blood Dis Circuit 'Court for he7th Judicial Ci:

read. The thanks of the The committee of seven did well, they Geo 'V Morton orders, Eczema, Blotches, Pimples, Sallow cult of' 'lorida'W'and for Brt&scounty.
R 0 Grover Skin and most.diseases result from impure ;A. D. 1890 -/n Chancery.
society! were tendered to, Bev. J. P. De- were.. ___ :Mr.____ _R.__ _P._, Piene.., chairman________. Mr. 'V H Harris condition of the Blood. an it- ; "_"

Pass, director of the experiment station, S. Warren, secretary, Mrs. R. P. Pierce, S E Rice IR"A O M GroverC Osborn with Dewitt's Sarsap riUa. We Purify, sell and JOSEPH F.CHASE } t ,. .j" f
f fbraDivorce.
for courtesies: and also, to ass't' keeperD. Mrs. S.. Warren,' Mrs. I. Collins, :Mr. J Tucker W Christian recommend it. Dixon & Grey. "JJBBIE A.vs.CHASE. J[BiU ,, '"

A. Allen, of Jupiter Ligbt, for' seeds Mosely, and a lady whose name I have F A Losley Dwitt's Sarsaparilla will renew and 'appearing. from thftafiudavjt of the ..
'
given)>y him to,the,society,,' forgotten. The committee had every- M E English. F:A Losley :. purify the blood,: eradicate disease and complainant; ,herein filed Jhat ,the defendant
W H MyersJ make digestion. easy. We sell it. Dixon Libbie resides beyond lice,
An Chase
Dr.J. U.13ie1Sford has sold,"Atlantic thing arranged; they had three speakers; Blake & Grey
this but Is
Fred Gubler jurisdiction; of, coqrf, beHeTeaJbY
City" to Mr. Sam Barton of New York. I. H. Gorey was first put before the F A Losley complainant'.' that defendant reside in,

Atlantic City runs from the Inlet north ; people, he said a few words on behavior R C ScrimgeourG A M OsbornH A Safe Investment.Is Denver;: State' of",Colorado,:and' that-tha"' ,

about mije.. and) jfroui, Jake ,to ocean and keeping the "golden,rule,"\then Mr. 1V Harris' one which Is' guaranteed,to' bring age of t defendant: over the, age of twenty.. *'

this -,It is reported that Mosely'spoke, and then Rev. S.Jefferson. ,H .Altree J D'Crabb you satisfactory results, or in case of nele, the .,'
bole distances R O Grover. failure a return of purchase price, On It is, therefore ordered that said .
Mr,Bar ton will:form a,stock companyin We had dinner next, but just after L A Brady this safe plan you can
New York and this-company :will speaking followed the music of singing, E L Brady JW McIntyre Druggist bottle of Dr. King's answer or demur tocomplainant's, bilPol .
E.L Brady New Discovery Consumption. It is complaint ,herein :filed, oa ox before Jolj. ,
led Mrs S. then the
take of and the by Warren: committee -
charge improve place ; J W McIntyre L A Brady guaranteed to bring- relief In'ev'ery case, 7th,189Q, or thafiaidbUt-wil b*U&aas
and make it second to-iioae as la: winter spread the tablc-cl
resort j One oft *' 'improvements J i is. to came:the: chicken and ,roast beef, and L Decker C Gardner Lungsor .hest,-suchas_ Consumption, .. to ,proceed e*>Pi'WJ"J Jus.,said

be an iron pier r 'out' 'in the ocean, where' fried 'fish and biscuits: and cakes and J E Bowman Inflamatlon' of Lungs, Bronchitis, Astbvjma. Cause. .
H Q Hawley. TJ'Eaton Whooping COugh'roup, etc., etc.. It is farther Ordered( that a'copy of this "
all New York, or stir'other steamers, can pies,'and a vast number of other things, J F Lewis It Is pleasant and agreeable to taste, per order be published,once a week for four

land for passengers and freight; This is and a barrel of ice lemonade and a barrelof J P Miller F A Losley fectly safe, and Trial bottles' free"' at consecutive weeks:In 1 the FLOKIDA STAB, 1
I cannot take Dixon& Gray's,Drug stor; 19- : newspaper' ied in Tltannl. Bre- ;
rumor but there>is)a "possibility Its good water. up anymore S F Gray a Floes .
"' becoming fact j I space. I must 'say the colored. Benj, R,Wilson FA Losley yard county,' ,>prior to thf T& diy j;
of ;.D.1890 "
July A ;
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I people have done w.ell. ,for, we were J PMiller'I Cleanse your breath and,,regulate lour .
D.Brooioe
Honorable J
,tNARROW&\>, 'y A H,B Hersey 0'Han I bowels with Dewitt's ;Little Early Risers. Witness th. John ,
turned loose without anything'under the' J Blake Sold by Dixon&.Grey, Judge of the said Circuit Court 'as well u.
Thos A. A.Stewart, clerk thereof,and the seal o* .
heavens; to live yetiwe'hate learnedto McNulty, 'VH'Harris", .
Mrs. Leander Wright ,informs us that said court at the 'Court-house, in Tita-
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i Mr. and" 1 rjs. Delano werethe guests i do by one as we:|would like to. be Max'Ludwig Thos McNulty she was cured of Chronic Constipation by vile, this J9th A'DItV ,
fi and Mrs. L. B. Dawson' of Gem t von A.M OsbornM datcfl "
Dewitt's
f of ) done by. ... Koppelow' Little Early Risers. Sold by A. r"

Isle the pas Mek. ', L H. GOEEY. -Niels, P Nielson Metzger Dixon & Grey.DewittsLittle. Clerk of the Circuit Court' ,: t .
k fn sM* 4 F A Losley L.G.BADCABD,
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The drouth' has".brokeh'and a heavy W H Harris Early Risers, are a.little Complainant's.Sqlidtor, ." rat
rain visited this BectiorTcm.the G B HemingwajrJW Frank Renaker pill that do pot gripe: or cause pain. Small,
15th
.. accompanied Merit Wins.' easjP.to take, safe. Sold,by Dixon &.Grey.
by a high wind from ,the ? Jones JP Miller Notice to Credltorfs.egale !
We desire to say to ,our citizens, that G B Hemingway -
south., foryears we.have been selling Dr,.King's 'Carl C Curtis UTotlce. and_ !tiitribMtee l,

Miss Minnie L: Carter,has returned to New Discovery for..Consumption, -Dr. Geo W MackenzieES ,Geo V ClementI.' All persons having claims ad c1e .dt
the Orchid'school"another'month King's:New,Lite Pills, Bucklen"s ArnicaSalve J'F Lewis Six'weeks after date hereof I will apply against Ihtf estate'ol Wflliaai Beset$, acreditonlegateen
teach ; Hamilton, I to Hon. Minor S. Jones WTOI urn
and Electric Bitters, and have J F Olmste county judge :;of or diatributess.
her friends,troreglad"to: welcome her neverTwndled remedies that sell; as,well, *.f' ME English Brevard county, Florida, for letters of administration notice that their claims must be iaf *%kd

back. 1'"f, .. orthat: have given such .universal satisfaction' ;F FHBoye F'A tosley, ", cum' tntamento annGro !>f to me within two-years'from the fate l ?*:

nand .Wedo not hesitate! to guarantee .', .,hi *' "" '3jE'Ehglisb ; ,"". ,1.. Hen!y B. W;;McBride, late of said county;. of, or the same will be barts d,aalpmoaf
J Messrs. Geo. John 0.:Michael them every' time,and,we tand ready J,p Watson, ,A, :> TJ>Eaton :.. decease The said dec ased. having indebted! to said estate will mike |ff ra1Oat
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hare gone to THusyjUe for,a. load of refund the purchase price.ltsatlsfactoiyresults '," ; JJ> Crabb1; .j "', named Jloexecutorc.of; his last:will and lees tome. '

lumber. Mr. Michael expects to erect a do not follow: their use. These ARose,., ', FA: '' tament \"* ,:. ALBEIT.QDIr.
remedies Lave xnm}their great popularity Losley ThisMaylst,1890. ,Administrator I WilUam{ II;Bat fie
house on his place,and the dickey birds .purely ''pn :tbelr merits. Dixon & Herman Fisher,, A A'Stewart"Frank CHAS.TvMcBRIDE- of said county,deceased.:

say it will not tie; a bachelor's hall.. Qreyv Druggists. 19. '; '-" ,, Renaker 36t < Melbourne, }Ja. April 28t 1890,
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Name. .: I 'Name. _"" Description. o. T. R. Acs.)i and Unsuspected disorders of the kidneys are i
1 Costssn Costs. responsible for many of the ordinary ail- ,

part Deed of 8 Book W 1of 8 e t, described] F Q Brown trustee; all................................................ _83536] 640 $6 43 ments of humanity which, neglected fatal de-
I J, page .............. 262837 3 $1 61 F Q Brown trustee s wof n e 1 and s 1-2 of n w } andS velop into a serious and, perhaps,

s w i of ofne }'ofne '}..................... 27 28 37 10 157 1.2.......................................... 203536* 440 4 61 malady.of Dr. J.Experience H. McLean's would suggest the
n e i n wi.........-...................... 27 28 37 40 2 45 F Q Brown trustee 81.2 of net, n w i of s e. J and s w } 283536 280 3 17 use Liver and Kid--'
i D n w w t i.of of n wi..............,.................27 28 37 40 2 45 F.Q Brown trustee s w t of Del. n 1.2 of n e J and w 1.2 32 35,36 440 4 61 neyBalm. 1

n w j. 28 37 40 2 45 Unknown s w t of n wi................................ 253539 40 2 45 Frequently accidents occur in the house-
I;_0 \ s w 1 of n wi................................ 35 28 4l 2 45 Unknown n 40 2 45 hold which cause burns, cuts, sprains and
37 of 35 39
of w J s w }.........., ..................... 25
AF6mivfl ith ( s part lots 5 and 6........._............. 20 157 Unknown 2 45 bruises; for use in such. cas sDr. J.oll.McLean's .
62838 n w t of n w .............................. 343539 40
lot 1.........
..................... '
................ Volcanic Oil Liniment has for u
1728 38 19 138 Unknown of .... ....... 34 35'39 40 2 45
: s w J n wi. ...................
: lot 2........ ..................... been
aGVU ............... 172838 40 2 45 Jno A Richards of of many years the constant favorite
&wnhewn I lot 3............................................. 17 2838 23 2 45 part page.Del......:. s .e }, des......deed... ....book......, 93540, 5 1 78 family remedy. %
I lot 5.....,........................................1728 38 36 2 45 J A Richards part of s e J fr e ld:: deed book I I A disordered condition of the stomach
I ,
1I'D I lot G............................................. 172838 52 3 36 page 634 .................................... 93540f 18 1 97 or malaria in the system will produce sick
1fD lot 7............................................. 3 36 ,' headache !
B F 15 1 57
1, 172838 55 Shleppy n of s 1-2 of s e J of s e j............... 9 35 40 you can remove this trouble by
J lot 1............................................. 182838 4 ,102 unknown s w i of s e t.................... . ....... 9 35 40 40 4 26 taking Dr. J. II. (Mc1 an's Little Liver
lOtHrretLOG1161 J lots 1 and 3.................................... 33 28 38 72 5 16 H H Harvey lot 1, b ock C, Edgartown................. 10 35 40 1 02 and Kidney Pellets. 25 cents per vial. ,
all.................................._........... 62935 640 6 43 I R S Reynolds. lot 200 ft on Magnolia at by 300 ft beautiful
on A
"Garret / all............................................... 82935 641 6 43 Palmetto ave.... ......................... 103540 1 25 to remain healthy woman and must beautiful be healthy,1and she

,f)Quret aof neeof nwswof se Unknown net of n e J.......,......................... 223540 40 2 45 should take Dr. J. H./McLean's Strength-
::" I and 8 w 29 35 361 4 29 Unknown s w J of n e }........................:.. .... 30 35 40 40 3 36 ening Cordial and Blood Purifier. It imparts -
:i Daft d. nof n wi. Unknown 1 s w j of s e i................... ..35 35 40 40 4 26 tone and flush to the skin, strength
and 8 wi. j..8. 361 4 29e F Q Brown trustee s vigor and pure blood; is equally adapted
LOOucet I and 8 I 2935 401 4 26 ands12..23635 440 5 01 : for all ages, from the babe to the aged, of !

fOGlrret Dei. e lof 29 35 560 5 70n F Q Brown trustee ................................. ,, 160 2 09 either sex. ,
ibawn w i of n 29 38 40 4 ,26 F Q Brown trustee neands1.2ofswneofsw j, I If the stomach performs its functions

known: .. net of se 40 426 se #...........................................123635 440 5 01 actively and regularly the food of which it
hewn net of s e 29 38 40 4 26 F Q Brown trustee w1.2ofneseofnwsw },-s is the receptacle, is transformed into bloodof

)1 table Decor lot ej..6 1.2 of s e }, n e } of s e I............... 203635 400 4 66 a nourishing quality, which furnishes
F, page 29 38 25 4 66 F Q Brown trustee e 1.2 of s w J and s e }..................... 22 36 35 240 2 82 vigor and warmth.to the whole body, the
mown n w lof n 29 38 40 4 26 F Q Brown trustee swofnee1.2ofn w }, n w J of remedy to give tone to the stomach is Dr.
J.be Biard lot 5..... ... 29 38 40 4 26 nwe1.2ofseandnw J of s' J. II. McLean's Strengthening Cordial

KollerIe lot 4............................................. 142938 34 4 26 e }............................................. 26 3(5 35 280 3 97 and Blood Purifier.
Biard lots 1, 2 and 3..................................152938 100 6 05 F Q Brown trustee s 1-2 of n w |, n w t of n w 1,8V J of
,1- Carmichall lrac ...............................................162938 203 9 64n set and s w }.................... ........ 28 36 35 320 3 93 The be danger averted of if a malarial will atmospheremay
,,known e I of D w #................................. 23 29 38 40 4 26 F Q Brown trustee n e J of n w } and e 1-2.................. 303635' 360 3 53 take a dose of Dr. J.you H. McLean's occasionally Chills
cp 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 J 32 36 35 440 4 61 and Fever Cure.
e F Latham lots 2 and 3.................. ................. 36 29 38 82 4 26 F Q Brown trustee n e J of s e J and n e i.................... 363635 200 2 45
1 Q Brown, trustee s j of D I and n 3of 8 I...................203035 320 2 09 F. Q Brown trustee net and w 1-2 of s w J, e 1.2 of n w Appetite and sleep may be improved
F Q Brown trustee w I of n w I and 8 w 1.................... 223035 240 1 74 1,8 e of s w }............................... 23636 360 4 29 every part of the system strengthened and
1 Q Brown, trustee w i........... ................................... 34 3035 320 209 F Q Brown trustee n w }, w 1-2 of s w }, s e J of s e }.... 63636. 280 3 17 the animal spirits regain their bouyancy
1Jtbownj all Fleming Grant in..................... 30 371296 6 43 F Q Brown trustee nesl-2 of s w 1, n w J of s w 1. e by the use of Dr. J. H. Md lean'sStrenrth....
I -. 1-2 of set........ .....................::.... 836 36 360 4 29 ening Cordial and Blood Purifier.
j $ all Fleming's Grant except lot a.'r 8 F Q Brown trustee a.-................ 10,3636, 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 I and w 1-2 of n w }......18 36 36 160 3 53 of the atmosphere often produce

taw lot 2................. ..................... .... 33038 67 6 05 F Q Brown trustee s e i of 8 wi......... ....................... 2036,36 40 1 02 disorders: of the kidneys and,bladder. Use
mown 8 i of lot 3....................:............... 11 3038 20 4 26n T E Richards n 1-2 of s 1.2 of lot 2........................ 18 2 45 Dr. J. H. McLean's Liver and Kidney
mown i of lot 3............ ....................... 11 3038 20. 4 26n Unknown s 18 acres of lot 2............. ..............1213640 18 2 45 Balm to check these troubles their incip-
H bOWDD w I of 8 e I..................................15 30 38 40' 2 45 Florida .Land &' Mortgage iency.
P Gibson 8 e part of lots 2, 3 and 4, and n w Co, limited all.................................................1436 40 639 6 83 Dr. J. II. McLean's Chills and .Fever
part of lots 5. 6 and 7.................. 25 30 38 102 37 02 Unknown set of s e }................................... 163640 40 4 26 Cute is gentle in action, and warranted a
known lot 3............................................. 7 3039 48 2 45 Florida Land & Mortgage certain cure. 50 cents a bottle.
!I? Gibson lot 2 .... ......................................... 30 39 40 3 36 Co, limited all.....r.......................................... 233640 639 6 83
Gibson lot 1...............................................20 30 39 36 3 36 Florida Land & :Mortgage Cleanse your breath with DeWitt's Lit-
Ik known: frnc............... ............................... 30 39 22 3 36 : Co, limited all............................................... 243640 648 6 83 tle- Early Risers, Dixon & Gray.
wknown all Fleming's Grant in.................... 3039 81 4 26 Florida Land & Mortgage His girl didn't go back on him becausehe
D)P Gibson lots 2 and 3 and 8 w 1 ofs e #...........113138 107 4 26 : Co, limited all............................................... 2513640 646 6 83 used DeWitt's Little Early Risers.
DP Gibson awof D wi.......................... .....143138 40 245 Florida Land & Mortgage I
tJebownDPGibson n I of 8 wi....................................14 3138 80 4 26 Co, limited all............................................... 263640' 640 6 83 APALACHICOLA, FLA., Feb. 17, '89. '
lot 1...........................:................. 153138 36 1 74 Florida Land & Mortgage Messrs. Lippman Bros., Savannah
IJabown'aH.DOWD all Fleming's Grant in.................... 31387617 5460 Co limited all.................... .......................... 353640 1 640 6 83 Dear Sirs : I will write to inform you
lot 2............................................. 4 3139 3-l 4 26 N W Frantz part of frac, s w J, des deed book G, that.I was .afflicted with. blood disease. I
'i nown tot 5............................................. 63139 17 4 26 page 325................................... 7136,41, 5 2 85 tried one bottle of S. S. S. and it gave
II C SillUaknown lots 7, 9 and 10...............................10 3139 113 1 85 Unknown 91.2 lot 3.. ......................:....::.::::.. 183641; ; 42 7 85 me relief. I was in bed'seven months.I .
tot 3..............................................14 3139 52 3 36s Sarah A Sager n, part lot 2................................... 3&41 40 13 24 tried prominent physicians and they
winownItakaown w i of 8 e #................................. 2031 39 40 3 36 : Florida Land & Mortgage t could not do me any good. I saw your
town 8 e 1 of 8 e }.........._....................... 2031 39 40 3 36 : Co, limited s w }.............................................193641. 160 2 49 advertisement of P. P. P. in the Apalacbi-
!lot $.................................... ........ 213139 40 3 36 Florida Land & Mort- cola Times, and thought I would try it.
known lot 4....................................... ......21 3139 30 2 45 gage Co, limited Ii e 1 of 8 e I. w 1-2 of 8 e to and w 1.2303641 440 5 01 The bottle I got to-night makes seven or
sabiown lot 5...........:..................................21 3139 43 3 36 Florida Land & Mortgage eight, and oh 1 how good-1 feel-I have
Mohr lot 15, snb-div of lot 7..................... 2231 39 9 336; Co, limited all........ ...................................... 31,36 41 640 6 83 been up ever since and at my business
own lot 1............................................. 2331 39 34 2 45 Florida Land & Mortgage I Lumber Inspector. You may publish
'$1Vigfield&known lottl, 8ub-diV of lot I, east of river.....2731 39 5 3 36s Co, limited s w 1 of D w L s e lof 8 W 1. n 1.2 of this if you desire. I have informed my

w 1- ofne }................................. 29 31 39 40 2 45n 8 wi..................:....................... 41 160 2 49 friends that p. P. P. is life health and
known w I of 8 e }.........................:....... 2931 39 40 2 45s F Q Brown trustee tots 2 and 3 and s 1-2 of n e I and eI ,' strength. M. P. Bo TOY.
._Down $ w 1- of 8 e #................................ ...293139 40 2 45 1-2 of set.................................. ,35 243 3 22
F Q Brown, trusteeF swof nweofsw }..............203235 120 174 ,F Q Brown trustee Ia I 1-2 of n e I. s e 1, lot 10................. 63736 280 3 17 GREAT SCOTT !
Q Brown, trusteeF s I of n w 1 and n w 1 of D wI..........263235 120 1 74n .F Q Brown trustee n 1-2 of 8 w I and D 1.2... ....... ........ 203736 400 4 26 Why don't you cure that cough? DeWitt'a
Q Brown, trustee w 1 of D W t................................ 303235 40 1 02n F Q Brown trustee s wi...............................................223736 160 2 09 Cough and Consumption Cure will do it. 1
Dai w I ofne }..................... ........... 132 39 40 3 36 Florida Land & Mortgage This remedy is positively certain, promptand
nntnbwn tifikuownvstoown neofnw r................................. 33239 40 245245 Florida Land & Mortgage tried it you know this statement to be a fact, 1
n w 1 of 8 e 1..............: ................. 33239 40 Co, limited all....................... ....... ............... 2 3140 650 6 83 if you have not you are doing yourself an
known 8 w I of 8 e }................................. 33239 .0 2 45n Florida Land & Mortgage injustice. It is sold by Dixon & Gray.
wikoownaeknown e I of D w t................................ 32 39 40 2 45s Co, limited all..............................................1137 40 640 6 83 Ask Dixon & Gray wh DeWitt's. Little
e 1 of 8 e #-...-............................4 40 2 45 Florida Land & Mortgage Early Risers are.
unknown lot 2.....................................:. ..... 3239 35 2 45 Co, limited'all............ -................................... 3744 642 6 83
unknown n e I of 8 w #...._...................:....... 24. 32 39 40 2 45 Florida Land & Mortgage HAVE YOU CORNS ON YOUR
saknown 8 e t of 8 w #................................. 2432 39 40 2 82n Co, limited all.............. ....:...............:........... 1337 40 6-U 6 83 FEET? Then be happy for a relief from '
unknown e } ofne }................................. 35 32 39 40 2 45 Unknown lot 2............................................ 2337 40 67 8 36 your misery is at hand ; Abbott's East
unknown n w I of D e 1_............................. 35 32 39 40 2 45 Florida Land and Mortgage Indian Corn Paint is the cure.REWARD .* J
P Van Valkenburg D i of 8 W 1.-............................. 361? 39 80 1i 26 : Co. limited n e i of n w }..................................243740 40 1 42
unknown W i of 8 e #........:........................ 36 32139 40 2::I: 45S : ,, Florida Land and Mortgage -
unknown e I of 8 e I................................... 363239 40 2 45 Co, limited s 1-2........... ....._.......................... 2637 40 320 3 93 Is certain if reasonable effort is made to
taknown lot 1............................................. 2032 0 29 2 45 Florida Land and :Mortgage cure cough by the use of DeWitt's Cough -
unknown lot 6............................................. 30,3240 40 4 26 Co, limited al!............................................... 35 37 40 638 6 83 and Consumption cure this remedy is correct -
i unknown lot 7............................................. 21 1 93 Florida Land and Mortgage and certain in its action and costs no
unknown lot 1............:.?..............................31132 40 52 6 05 Co., limited. lot 3 and w 12.............................. 3637 40 400 4 66 more than unreliable preparations, insist
F Q Brown trustee 8 e l.of n e I.... ............................ 4,33 35 40 1 02 H A Pierce part lot 3, des deed book G, page 245 43741 22 7 85 upon having it. For sale by Dixon & Gray

F Q Brown, trustee all....................:................ ........... 6133, 35 624 6 24 T E Richards lots 2 and 3 except land sold to Pierce. ADVICE.
F Q Brown,, trustee n I of 8 W }..-................................ 8,33, 35 80 1 38 and 1\rarsh....._.......................... 437 41 113 19 04 "Keep your heak cool, your feet warm,
P Brown trustee n w I of 8 e t.................. .............. 143335 40 1 02 Florida Lapd and Mort liver active and trust in God the
Q wi of 8 eland D limited all............................................... 637 4.1 658 6 83 your advice of celebrated was
F Q Brown trustee net of 8 wi, 8 I Florida a physician to a patient,
: }........................................183335 160 249ofne Land and Mort- you can regulate the action of liver
F Q Brown, trustee n e I, 8 1 of 8 W 1 and 8 e 1 ............ 20133 35 400 4 26nl gage Co, limited all................................................ 7 3141 636 6 83 kidneys and bowels by using DeWitt's your Sarsaparilla -,

*: F'Q Brown trustee of 8 wi.......: ....................... ..223335 80 1 38 James Halliday s 1-2..8 37 41 320 6 05 an absolutely reliable blood pur-
of T E Richards part of frne D e } and of Del of n w I 93741 76 36 62 for sale Dixon
F I of net; D I of n e 1. e I ifying remedy, by &. Gray.
Q Brown, trustee s w} and 8 w I of 8 e I and 8 wi....nw283335 400 466 G L Lucas lot 3.............................................. 937 41 80 9 64 'f
1of w I and 8 w I of 8 wi....... 34363335 3335 80 138 UnknownUnknown s e of n w t................................. 3741 40 1 38 Xoticc to Creditors, Legatee
4PQ F Brown, trustee 8 w 1and n n i of 8 w }.............._..... 240 282 e 1.2 of 8 vi #................................. 937 41 80 2 45 and Distributees.
Q Brown trustee n w ..... 133339 40 2 45 Unknown W 1.2 of 8 w }......................ou........ 937 41 80 2 45
seofne 1.- All having claims and demands
unknown Unknown lot 4............................................. 83340 40 336 T E Richards e 1.2...................-.-......................... 1637 41 320 6 43 persons against the estate of Benjamin :'

tot 7............................................. 46 336 Florida Land and Mortgage .. Lanehart deceased late of Dade ,
unknownttnkna .................. 163340 26 14 Co, limited all...................._......................;... 1737 41 640 6 83 county
n lot 6......................... 45 as! .creditors, legatees. or distributees, will
8............... :..................._....... 163340 30 2 Florida Land and Mortgage take notice that their claims must be
unknown' lot HQ'. ) 2 45' ..... .. .. ................ .... 1837 635 6 83
................... 21 33 .t' u'" Co, limited all......... .. ;.. 41
unknown ; lot 3.......:................. 45 presented within two years from date
............................................ 2] 33 40 39 2 Florida Land and Mortgage hereof or same will be barred and
unknown lot 4. .................... 21 33 40 32 2 45 Co limited all................................................ 2037 41 640 6 83 'to ; persons
lot 6......................... indebted said estate will make
; unknown ............................... 22 33 40 15 1 57 UnknownUnknown n wi......................................... .213741 160 3 53 to William M. Lane-
unknown tot 1.- ................ 27 33 40 38 2 45 s wi................:........................... 21 3741 160 3 53 payment my agent
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1 unknown lot 2........................ hart at Palm Beach, Fla.
....... ........ ... .. 28 33 40 43 2 45 Unknown set of s e J and w 1.2 of s e #.......... 2137 41 120 353 W. M. LAKEHABT
f: unknown lot 2.- ; i: of:n Unknown lot 3....:....................................... 2237 41 63 7 85 ,
p. F Q Brown trustee n wi i, of..n. e...I.,..s. I...of.:.n...w...}.....n..e.......... 103435 160 249 Unknown a frac.............................................. 37 41 11 4 26 Executor of Benjamin of the Lanehart.last will and 50-8w testament .
w -* t J of wand I Unknown n 1-2 lot 3...................................... 37 41 40 6 05 .
I w: F Q Brown trustee aeof w n J e of J,s a e J.of...n...e..lei........::.s....... 143435 280 3 57 I! Unknown n 1.2 lot 4...................... ................23 37 41 401 605 Blaster's Sale.

J P } of n w J and s J of s Florida Land and Mortgage .I Under and bv virtue of A final decree of
of J n
Q Brown trustee n t n e 223435 240 322:: Co limited n 1.2 ands .::: 01 6 e t, 8 e t 01 8 W t.29 37 'il 440 5 01
.. ................. ............. foreclosure and sale, s'soectoutofDdu
.J" 1- w i.L..N.of se }... ....26 3-t. 35 120 1 74 UnknownUnknown lot 3............................................. 313741 24 1 74 der the seal of the Circuit Court of the 7th
1 i |J Q Brown trustee e1.2ofaeandn W 1 of 5 lot 4.............................;............... 31 3741 16 1 38 Judicial Circuit of Florida, in and for Bre-
DeI of 8 W },s
.t Q Brown trustee 81.2 of 8 w lot I,4..........................s ...... 3634 35 200 285 Unknown lot 5............................................. 3137 41 18 1 57 vard county, in Chancery sitting in a cer-
e i and 34 36 80 1 38 17 of lot 1........................... 33 37 41 17 2 45
j ; .................................. 22 Unknown s acres tain cause therein pending, wherein Floyd
1 |Unknown Q Brown trustee lot 1.2 1.of....n...e..#................................... 53440 3-l 3 36 Unknown e 33 acres of lot 2.............................33 37 41 33 2 82 and Newins are complainants and Stephen
45 964
Unknown lot 2.:..................... ..................... 534 40 38 2 unknown lot 3..3.5. 3741 42 Ryder et al., are defendants, I will, on the
unknown lot 3............................................. 3440 150 13 36 first Monday in June,same being the 2nd
r and e 1-2 of n w 1._..... 8 45 All land advertised in this list is in townships south, ranges east day of the month and a legal sale day of
',; -Joo A Graham w 1.2 of n e i ...................... x34 40 23 336 this court, between the legal hours of sale,
unknown tot 2..................... .3434 245 the
sell to-
1 40 9 "W. HALL following-described property
-.known lot I.......................................... 138 E. wit ,
..... :................. 43535 80 :
P .....
." Q Brown trustee e 1.2 of 8 e } and 8 e 83535 320 353s Collector of Revenue for Brevard Co., Fla. Lot number one and the northwest quarter
F .2 of n 1. e 1.2 of 8 w I of the of '
Q Brown trustee l e 103535 120 1 74 northeast quarter section 15,
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Q Brown trustee n w 1 n 1213535 200 245 township range east, ,
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of..... ..........-.........:......_........ 203535 440 for titles. '
"H Q Brown _....-...................................... 28 35 35 640 6 643all. -43 Send Your Job D. L. GAULDEN,
trustee ....................... 30 3535 647 us Printing. .
z P Q Q Brown trustee all._...................;;. : ......34 35 320 353 W-F. 'fA.Y, Special': 'Master..' -

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G THE FLORIDA STAR, 'THURSDAY, MAY 29, I890..tl .
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; blaster's Sale. From the Land Flowers.
NOTICE.
4 Under and by virtue of a decree of Longwood, Fla., Oct. 29, 1889. HERE lAM AGAIN! ,
NOTICE IS HEREBY :GIVEN THAT THE. FOLLOWING DESCRIBED foreclosure and sale* rendered by the Mr. A. B. GDURDEAU, Savannah, Ga.

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

., 1890) Eighteen Hundred and Ninety at the Court-House, at Titusville, in the enth Judicial Circuit of Florida, sitting Chill and Fever Tonic you ----- r
County Brevard, in the State of Florida, or PO much thereof as will be necessary in chancery at chambers for the countyof sent me and baye to report 15 cases of :
to 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 I
with the costs of sale and advertising: February A. D. 1890, in a certain cause cured. Not one failure. With some r

wherein The Florida Agricultural Col- experience as to the demands of Georgiaand J. w ROGERS;

lege, a corporation organized and exist- Florida, and especially in the southeastern -
.. Owner. Description Amount. ing under the laws of the State of Flor- part of this State, I know of no

: ida is complainant,and Sarah G. Gleasonand remedial agent so worthy of general use Before an intelligent, appreciative
William H. Gleason are defendants, as yours. Whoever originated it is a and
H Q Hawley', ; lot 1 'Vager's subdivision Jot 3, block A.. 8 3 75 I will sell at public outcry, in front of public benefactor. Yours truly, discriminating public, presents himself
T H Sanders s of e 1 of lot 2, block D.............;....... 00 the court-house door of Titusville, Bre S. F. GOVE, and< makes his bow
Unknown. n 50 feet of lots 1, 2 and 3, block R...... .3 00 vard county, Florida,on the first Mondayin Missionary Florida Baptist Country on announcing that heis
unknown \ lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7, block F........... 00 June. A. D. 1890, the same being the 'Indian river and its vicinity. : i a candidate for their favors good
,unknown lot 1, block G, fronting 521.2 feet on second day of the month, during the wishes and-cash.
1 -t If Washington avenue, running to Indian l legal hours of sale, for cash, to the high- Advice to Mother
River, described in deed book K, page est bidder, the following described real Mr>.WzssioMt'3 SOOTHING SIBCP should always
230................................................. 30 00 estate, to-wit: be used when children are cutting teeth. It relieves As blood is
.. the little su1ererat once itproduoes natural, thicker than
Mrs'M E Titus lot 1, block II..................................... 45 A tract of land in the village! of Eau quiet sleep,and the little cherub; awakes"brightas water, so is
Unknown lot 2, block H...............................:.... 30 Gallie, Brevard county, Florida, de- a button." It is very pleasant to taste. It cash bettr than credit. He propose to
i* William Davis lots 1 and 3, block K........................... 1 50 scribed as follows, to-wit : All of black soothes regulates the the childsoftenathegums bowels,and is the best,known allays all remedy pain get out of the old ruts and of "
Unknown lot 1, block L..................................... 75 "C" of said village, said block being for diarrhoea, whether arising from teething? or Sell bk
1'/ unknown all of ten lots, block 1........................... 7 50 i ioonknown. bounded on the north by "Fountain other causes. Twenty-fire cents a bottle. Goods at Rock Bottom Prices fer hard

'' lot 3, e subdivision, block 4.................. 75 I Park," west by Pineapple avenue, south Cash. I
unknown : lot 1, old block 4,as per map................ 2 25 by Jouset street and east by Indian River, Many PersonsAre
MN II Owens lot 7, block 8.......................... .....'...... 1 50 according to a survey made by WilliamII. broken down from overwork or householdcares
Jlrs M E Ensey lot 9, block 8......................;... ........... 1 50 Gleason, a map of which is now on Brown's Iron Bitters He handles first-class line 'i
r ,Unknown' lot 7, block 9....................................... 1 50. record in Brevard county; the said rebuilds of bile the and system cores,aids malaria.digestion.Get the removes genuine.excess a of
?bins :M E Titus lot 9, block 9... ................................... 1 50 block being the block on which the Agricultural -
Mrs M E Titus, Rout H T Titus lot 6, block 10 .................................... 60 College building is situated, LADIES .: 1
Unknown \V 1-2 of lot 1, block 11........................ 1 20 or as much thereof as will be sufficientto Needing> ,,<. a tonic,up or,children should take that want building t"I
F "pnkDO\TIl e l-2 o'f lot 1, block 11..2 10 satisfy said decree and costs of sale. I i\f<- BROWN'S IRON BITTERS.It Olotliing7Both ,)

unknown lot 4, block 11.................................... 1 50 Purchaser to pay for titles. I is pleasant to take,cures Malaria IndigtS-
tion and Biliousness. All dealers it.HINDERCORrJS. .
,. .!Irs )1 E Titus, agent lot 6, block 11.....:................... ::. ..... 75 JAMES SANDERS, __ keep t
Mrs M E Titus, agent lot 3, block 17.................................... 1 '20 Special Master. Ready-made and to Order. L f
' Unknown lot 5, block 17..................................... 1 20 Beggs; & Palmer and Robbins & Gra- The only sure CUre for Corns. Stops all pain. Ensures r Fl
James T mall lot 1, block 18. 150.Jamca ham, solicitors for complainant. comfort to the feet.Me.at Drugrjrirts. Hiscox&Co.N.Y.CONSUMPTIVE: i %
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T Small lot 2. block 18..................... ............... 1 50 25t o His :< -t.
t James Small lot 3, block 18.................................... 2 25 -- --- Rare you U"Coutrn.Bronchitis, Asthma, Indigestion!UsePARKER'S s J

:Unknownunknown lot 9, block 18 ....... ..............;............ 1 20 NOTICE. ._ the worst,c.u lot 12, block 19.................................... 1 95 trom Otf ectire nutrition. Take in time. fiOc. and SLOO.HIRES'(. Gents' '
unknown = lot 1, block 22...................................... 30 In Circuit Court of the 7th Judicial Circuit Furnishing DepartmentIs l' :
c Poyntz & Nolle 12 lots, all of block 23.......................... 3 00 of the State of Florida, Brecard .:1

K Unknown lot 4, block 25.................................... 23 county, A. D. 1890. :t:.
-unknown 7" lot 6, block 25............... ..................,. 23 Wignell &Tweltridge 1 1 I Complete. Nobby Hats from f:: ,:
\ :unknown ; lots 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5, block 26................. 75 vs. Attachment.: =-- first-class hands, and Shoes to auit the 1.
Mrs SI-E.Titus, agent 12 Ipts, all of block 27.......................... 2 70 The Indian River Amount sworn 2S6 HIRES' IMPROVED I 4 '
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'C J Hector lot 10, Robbins. & Graham's addition to Land & Improv'm't, I} to $7,892.69.Co. most fastidious. Trunks, Values and ..'

Titusville .........................e:........... 60 ., a corporation f ROOT BEER! Hand Satchels, too low to If
Unknown, .; lot 28, Robbins & Graham's addition toTitusville existing under the I l Damages:, claim'd IIUBMI. BOtUNCORtTIIAtNtNB fASUMADC. quote. ,

:A.' .....................'................... 1 95 law of the State of I|I $16,000. THIS mOClCS UAXTS mE CAUOXS. )
James, T Small : "'iX,: lots 45, 48 and 49, Robbins & Graham's New York. J For fine Cigars and Tobaccos he caa- :

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

i ....If Titusville....................................... 45 You are hereby notified that a writ of the most APPETIZING and WHOLESOMB
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-= e 1-2 of lot 21, Joynerville addition to attachment has been issued against you, TEMPERANCE DRINK in the world.

' _- Titusville....................................... 15 I and your property attached to satisfy the Delicious and Sparkling. TRY IT. earnestly ask an inspection of
my
unknown t ?*%:= lots 22 and 23, Joynerville addition to demands of the plaintiffs above set forth. Ask :your Druggist or Grocer for It. Goods before

.. Titusville....................................... 60 And,now unless you shall appear before C. E. HIRES PHILADELPHIA buying. elsewhere.. t .
unknown lot 54, Joynerville addition to Titusville. 08 the Judge of our said Court at the *
t unknown lot 56, Joynerville addition to Titusville. 08 Court House in Titusville, in said: County Neuralgic Persons J. 1\?. Rogers.GEO. t

j Bradford Godfrey lot 23, Rerdell's addition to Titusville.... 15 of Brevard, on or before the 7th day And from those care or troubled overwork with will nervousness be relieved by resulting taking

Unknown .T- lots 25 and 26, Rerdell's addition to T i- of July, A. D. 1890, the same being Rule Brown's Iron Bitters. Genuine I

__ tusville.......................................... 68 Day and plead or demur to the declara- has trade mark and crossed red lines onwrapper.PIANOSORGANS1 E. CHASE. A. O. ClU.PPELI.
unknown lot 31, Rerdell's addition to Titusville..... 15 tion of plaintiffs herein filed, judgmentwill
L .B Bigelow lots 37 and 38, Rerdell's addition to Ti be rendered against you by default. GEO. E. CHASE & CO. '

"'(ta,...-. tusville................................. ....... 3 00 and your property sold to pay the debt. ,
Unknown < ._ lots 39 and 40, Rerdell's addition to Ti Witness the Honorable Jno. D. Broome, SHIP CHANDLERY .
". "** tusville .......................................... 30 Judge of said Court, as well as A. A. The invented improved method, in of U of..t Tiinx strings of Pi.
anos by us cue the tuort important
unknown lot 49, Rerdel1' addition to Titusville..... 15 Stewart, Clerk of said Court, and the improvements ever made, making the instrument HARDWARE :;
G/W Mackenzie lot 53, Rerdell's addition to Titusville...... 15 i seal of said Court, this the 15th day more richlY mnl'li.-a1' in tone. more durable,and leas

Unknown lot 50, Rerdell's addition to Titusville..... 2 25 of March, A. D., 1890.L. liable Both to the get Mason out of&tune.Ilarahn Organs sad Pianos ex Patent Logs Wire Rope Him l!
unknown lot 67, Rerdell's addition to Titusville15 [ S.] A. A. STEWART, eel chiefly in that which is the chief excellence in ,
unknown -. lots 1, 2 and 6, block A, Fisher's additionto 48 Clerk of the Circuit Court. any musical' instrument,. quality of tone. Other FISHING GEAR, SPRUCE Mromig:
things, though important, are much less so thin
1 20 this. An instrument with unmusical tones cannotbe Agent for Devoe & Co.'s Paints, Tele
unknown ? lot 1, block B, Fisher's addition. to Tituiville Notice. good Illustrated catalogues of new styles, in* Life Preservers, Tent & Awning Co.,
..vVunknown ...................... ... troduced thia season sent free.
: it. ..................... 30 Patent Anchors.
1 .<' a ,< lot 1, block C, Fisher's addition to Titus- One month after date hereof I will applyto MASON & HAMLINOrgan

t, ville.............................................. 30 the Honorable Minor S. Jones, County BOAT GEAR OF ALL KHTDS.
unknown Judge of Brevard county, Florida, for leaveto and Piano Co., Correspondence Solicited.
lots 8 and 5, block C, Fisher's addition Telephone

-. to Titusville................................... 60 to-wit sell the following land in said county, BOSTON, NEW YORK, CHICAGO.DETECTIVES. 266.

W S Graham lot J, map deed book I, page 506, Enig's: Beginning: on the east side of a public t Nos. 88 90 E. Bay St.

addition to Titusville........................ 60 road at the northeast corner of a tract of ,
Unknown.:. ,. lot L, map deed book I, page 506, Einig's: land now owned by Mrs. Mary Young, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
: t .: addition to Titusvilleot ....................,.. 60 said point being 560 feet south of the north bout Wanted Secret la every Servic Coaatr.Kxperitno Shrewd net mea MOUMIT.to act udarlaitr Partlaalan action fr a.Graanaa *. SOlyr.THEMUSIC'HOnSEOFFLOBlDA..
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unknown -- :M, map deed book I, page 506, Einig's; line of section 21, township 27 south range Detective Bnrean Co.U.\rcadICW1uua..
:,: -- addition to Titusville........................ 60 37 east, and 1613 feet east of the quarter ,
John Einig .. 'c" 1 L tract of land bounded n by Robbins & section post on the north boundary of said AGENTS WANTED&1Silquick .

\ :'" ,- a Graham's addition, e by Canaveral section ((21)) thence east variation 2 55'
,, '.,' street, s by Tropic street, w by DeLeon east 440 feet on to J. O. andC. H. Walton'sline sales. Sample free. A rare op- A. B. CAMPBELLJacksonville

-- -: street............................................ 7 50 to Indian River, thence northward portunity. Geo. A. Scott, 842 B'way, Nl:Y.DEA .
John Einig V 1 L tract bounded n by Broad street e by along the river shore 100 feet,thence south' Fla.
CBWESS RUt Raises CHEI*
Canaveral 84 west 420 feet thence south 10 ? ,
4 t street, s by Robbins & Gra- east ** 1VISIBLE
,- \ ham's addition, w by DeLeon street..... 7 50 along the east side of said road 63 feet to ..&MMMfklwhrall B USH10XS.a.......WHfepen.tall.SU Leird.CS"ftrtabl Tr.HISCOX.: Knabe Pianos Weber Haines
Pianos
Unknown w 1-20 net, except land of Jones & the point of beginning, containing 76-100 say.*.Brtva,JUw Xcrk. Write f., kMk.<.(..*f Ul. Bros.' Pianos Morris Pianos Wilcox, &

Ronald, 65 acres............................. 7 50 acres, more or less. White ,
International Teleirraoh Co main line and instruments.................... 1 50 Said land belonging_ to Chris. M. Houston PARKER'S Organs< and Chicago: Cottage
W A Rawls blocks 34 and 35, n 212 feet of block 36, a minor, of said county, and to be sold HAIR BALSAM Organs.*

West addition of Titusville.............. 1 50 for his use and benefit. 11 Cleanses Promotes and luxuriant beautifies the hair. I will Sell and Deliver at your nearest
Henry Boone lot 2, Coleman's addition to Titusville.... 9 00 MARY V. HOUSTON, N.ver.Faita a to Restore growth.Gray station High Grade
W S NorwoodUnknown lot 3, Coleman's addition to Titusville.... 4 50 Guardian of Chris. M. Houston. Hair II)its Y o.thrul Color.
Dated this 30th FreTenU Dandruff and hair
April 1890.IVOTICC. faUlnz
lot 3, block B, Coleman's addition to Titusville Me.and "1,00 a&Orun."flt&CHICHESTER.S

.................. ........................ 75 PIANOS I
unknown' lot 4, block B, Coleman's addition to Ti ENGLISH

', ": .' tusville.......................................... 75 PENNYROYAL PILLS.
: In Circuit Court fur the 7th Judicial Cir- .
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", unknown, ; ./, lot 8, block 8, Titus' addition to Titus- Red Cross Diamond llrand.TkcmtyrtUabtopfllibrnl .
cuit Florida in and ..
.. ville.............................................. 3 75 of for Brevard t ......I dlca uk DPIICda**far. date&lie m.... OB
unknown blocks 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6, Carpenter's addition county. ti withrf..ribse.....D......U Take-wehDe.-.Jet..._s.4c.

5 Titusville........................... 13 50 John W. Curtis 1 (fump.).tor..pwtinlara, aa ...unknown w lof lot 7, Carpenter's addition to -vs. > Bill for Divorce. nIeJa.-a.-Joal La&U w.. adtieiqP 11 LIsdal'a._hIpw..
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: \" :} 120 Susan W. Curtis j jIt ORG.AJSFOB

appearing by complainant's bill in
-.t \ JOHN MYERS the above stated cause, which said bill THEQRVOFMANKNDWTHYSELE

is sworn to by complainant, that the defendant -
LEES MONET than oib 1 tt*
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Collector of Revenue in and for the Town of Titusville, Brevard County, Florida. Susan W. Curtis, is a non-resi- United State I WW ship any a Piano r or Orgsa ta
dent of the State of Florida and that any honed man or woman on trial and tf *"*
Tituv l1e. Fla. May 6th 1890. How Lost How
the residence of said defendant is R0_ gained, aatiafactorr.. I will pay freight both ways. S3*
unknown cash and $l O month each sad
a on a Piano and SW
-A.; L..Hatch & Son, and that said defendant is over =1 H ENCE $5 a month on an Organ till paid for-not mica I IJ Ij
twenty-one years of age. more than ordinary rent. On theM very liberal
D5ALZESDI Drugs Drugs Drugs terms anyone can own a instrument Send..*
It is hereby' ordered that the said FREE CATALOGUE containing oil informAtSoa.
Susan \ Curtis be required to answeror Sheet Mnsie.Strings*Yiolins. Banjo Gaitars.b
DRY GOODS NOTIONS demur to the bill in said cause on or cordeons, and in fact every Uaalcallnstramsst
that U made.'and at low for MB
A Fine Assortment of before the second day of June, A. D. pl te Catalogues. X very hare 20.000 priceSend piece of ChessMasio

Hardware Saddlery DRUGS, 1890, or the same will be taken as con- at 10 cents per copy.
Crockery
fessed, and this be ordered publishedonce A. B. Campbell, Jacksonville, FUAGEKTS 5
Stationery. MediPATENT MEDICINES
Family a week for four weeks in The Florida THE SCIENCE F"LIFE

cines, Garden Seeds, SYRINGES, Star, a newspaper published in said A on 8cientic the Error and of Standard Y oatl.1"rematuro Popular Decline.Medical Nerrou Trestle WASTED IIA lest and finestbbTO -

CHOICE GROCERIES, STATIONERY, FANCY & TOILET county. Witness A. A. Stewart, Clerkof and Physical Debility,Impurities of the Blood. SELL prsLEsa ral I rica without piu.CLOTJlESLn" .
ARTICLES said County, and the seal of said ; ; IIU Clothes do cot,
Bay Corm ){apes Fertilizers. Kept constantly on hand. Court at the ourt-House, Titusville, i no more freeze to it and
CITY POINT FLORIDA. Physicians' Prescriptions Florida, this 25th day of April, 1890.L. pins clothesPINS cannot blow on.
carefully .
--" --+ compounded at all hours. [ S.] A. A. STEWART, I I holds It U a perfect
= Clerk of Said Court. ., winter line. Sample line sent br; mail for
0 G 11 S II LIEn rrl i o J. B. SCREVEN, Druggist, D. L. Gaulden, Complainant's Solicitor. Resulting from Folly Vice,Ignorance,Excesses or 50c., also 50ft. line by mail 81.2.5 prepaid.For .
-==-e, !! .TITIISVILLE, FLA. OTertazation, Enervating ami unfitting the victim ce list, terms, adores the
for Work,Business,the:Married or Social Relation. PINK CLOTHES LIKE CO.

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 5tSchooner,1' work.Avoid 1&unskillful contains 3UO pretenders.pa.-e,real Possess Eva this Beautiful great 17 Hermon St., Worcester, Mass.

Crockery, Glassware, o. J. :ECEOTOU.: \IANATEE binding embossed fan gilt. Irice only fl.00 by 1
j mall! ,postpaid,concealed In plain wrapper. JllusveftospectasFrejIf -
House-Furnishing you.apply BOW. The MADE WITH BOILING WATEB-
Hardware and J. W. ZELLEUS, Master. distinguished author,\Vm. U. Parker, M. D., re-
ceinathe GOLD AND JEWEIXED MEDAL
Lamps. Oil, $ Vapor Stoves, J( This 28-ton Yacht can be charteredfor from the National Medical AMoctatioa for Epps's.GRATEFULCOMFOR'tING.
% all points up and down the river on this PRIZB ESSAY NERVOUS and J
late ftitgStane' Filters. General Produce PHYSICAL DEBILITY Jr.Firker and a corps .
; the coast, or to the Bahamas. of A !8UipnJidn8iaT' be consulted eoni-
We :sollclt'ifhc patronage of ,' 'A> Commodious, safe and good accommodations denaUiy.bT mail or-in person at the olee! of j
our nclgbbours of the "* THK PBABODY MEDICAL, INSTITUTE, CocoaMADE 4
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MERCHANT. Further,particulars addressTITCSA'ILLEF4. No.4
Data.ell
c t?" 8t..Bootoa,lRla.*.,to whom all
": COAST. .J Melbourne, orders for books ot letters for advice should be 1 1y
: -Florida _
.. : directed M above WITH BOILI (l WATER.

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Dr, Act r'. English Fills
TEIm TB.OPZOAL "The Gladstone"
TB.UNE.: LZNE.
>eive, effective and pure. For sick TriEBESTSpEilNGINTH6WOHII
i che, disordered stomach, loss of JACKSONVILLE, TAMPA k KEY WEST STSTE31. LAMP

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'tel bad complexion biliousness, SCHEDULE IN EFFECT lURCH 21
lS9O-CENTHAL 8TANDARD TIME !i the flnent lamp ia the wwM.
been equaled either ina.senca
) have never Going South,Bead Down. ltrltes. aoft brilli
Je1
STATIONS. Going North, Bead *
Up.
or abroad. For sale by Dixon ant white ItrhtotS candle
power.Purer and brighter ) ISAS
druggists. 600pm 125pm than fight:softer than
A alyyi 8 lOam Leave .1acbon11I1e gas
Arrive 900arn 1159am ..
G 30 '100am 300 650pm : electric Vgbt-more
820 465 90 Arrive St Auguat1ne Leave '130 10'S 410 625 cheerful than cither. f
Our Very Best People I Pal&tb 8 50 1 605 A. mandot light frees

firm our gtatementt\vhen we sayihatAckers t6 2626 4S. I II Of Ormond Daytona II II ;t7 trI8 00 I'' < Seeing ordinary is lamp Believfcg O&f .i
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7 *
A
; English Remedy in + onderfaUamp1
""t is every 4OOpm 1:1 Opm 8 30am Leave Jacksonville Arrive G 308m 12 4tpm( G 4ipm .... It is indeed Never
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superior to any and all other prepa- 5 116 45 139 9 311 ArrIve Green Cove Spring Leave 624 11 39am 5.0 smokes needs trimming nor breaks never
: the Throat and Lungs. InDoping 8 n 235 1035" P&1atb Of 425 10 45 4 45 ch1Imeyw.never'm1en. A SPRING
r" oush and it is 339 1145 \ Seville II 3 OS 636 334 ? ? of the oil;" no Cicktr-
: Croup, made 1030 4 35 1 OSpm II DeLand-. .. 810. 2 20 lug;no climbing of the MED I CINE. TO* ;

a1a relieves at once. We offer you. a 1110 10':0 4 5 211 00 12 48am .", Orange City Junction 149 8 28 226 Came kind,noannoIanceofany and can- CUREANDTONtUP ,

;.,I e bottle free. Remember, this I 4 67 20pm II :anford II 115 1 60 15 5 ,not explode. And THE GENERAL
jr is sold on a positive guarantee.Eby 6 bO Enterprise Titusville "II T'1 lZ beside*it gives a elm,
645 white MAlO to SO AILMENTS OFTHESYSTEMTAKE

Dixon & Gray, druggists.Do I 1016&m I 1000 608 311 700: I.', Orlando Tamps "" U40 130 631 I 1155 8 20 ,I tamp times any Finished size ordinary A brilliancyof in ei AOUM tier

Not Suffer Any Longer. Brass Nickel.Gold cr

that cough be checked 12 O5am 2 45pm 10 6Sam Leave Palatb Arrive 10 Oam + Antique Bronze. Also
Keowing a can 140 3 29 1135 Arrive 10pm 1240pm The Gladstone Extension Study Lamp
ft day. and the first stages of con- 315 402 1211pm Interlachen Hawthorne Leave" 9 918 55 329 251 11 Oa for Clergymen Editors, Students, Teachers,
1000
uaption broken in a Week, we hereby 415 430 1235 I. Rochelle II 8M 230 905 Professors Lawyers, Physicians and other
A 20 T 00 professional men.
STrantee Dr. Acker's English Cough 110" Gainesville T 40 145 7 40
635 111 II The Gladstone
Orange lAke 7 44 149 Banquet Lamps.
;jbBedr. and will refund the money to G 30 2 J3" Ocala II 700 12115 The Gladstone Piano Lamps.

j3 who buy, take it as per directions, 8 930 05 f.53S"07 II' Pembertou Leeaburg "II 5 30 10 Sham Send for price list. Single lamps at \chole- a v vPhyalclane

jpi do not find our statement correct. 1010 635" Brooksville 9 835 35 tale price boxed and sent safely by express.53pGet .
&Jd by Dixon & Gray druggists.The 9 05 6 35 II Eustis 12 5ipm 910 our prices. Seeing is believing. '
9115 Of TavarPI 113aam 855 GLADSTONE LAMP CO.,
71 Park Plate New T rk.BANKiS .
First Symptoms of Death. Daily 2 Dally
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except Sunday. Trains
leaving Jacksonville
8i0
a. m. and Palatka ':20 p. m. are
daily between JackionviUe and Palatka
Tired frelinpt dull headache, pains in CONNECTIONS
: At Jacksonville with diverging lines north east and west At Orange Junction
nrious parts of the body, sinking at the for Orange City New Smyrna and Lake Helen. At Jupiter With J. k L. W.Ry. for Lake Worth.City At San TOP
Mt of the stomach, loss of appetite,fever- Ida ford with O.D. Ky.. for Oakland Tarpon Springs Clearwater and Gulf Coast points, and with South Flor-
pimples or sores, are all positive Ry for Winter Park JlaiUand, etc. At Tampa with Plant Steamship Line for Key'Went Havana and 0ESKSNASHVttlM
yheese, Mobile and for Manatee endorse P.F.
t. combhiatlon.
River points At Punta Gorda with M a splendid
steamers for Key Wei-t, Punta
Rassa, fiTV". Havana and it with satisfaction for the of
jridence of poisoned blood. No matter City and Fort Myers. Pullman prescribe rests cures
Palace Buffet weeping cars on through fast mail train all forma and.twee.of Primary.Secondary and T"rtln .
fcow it became poisoned it must be puri- daily between New York and Tampa without change. For information call on or addressD. e

led to avoid death. Dr. Acker's Eng- .P.JACK, General Manager. G. D. ACKERLY, Gen'l Passenger Agt. TEN>I >
Blood Elixir has never failed to p.
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JACKSONVILLE, FLOIUDMALLORY'S ,,\.
pore scrofulous or syphilitic poisons. THE INTERNATIONAL JIEEfBHEB !
geld under positive guarantee. Sold by

Dijon & Gray, druggists.That i
NEW YORK-FLORIDA LINES cry sypbUia,Sjphllltlc Rheumatism,Scrotalout Clears
Terrible Cough and Sons,Glandular Swelling, KbenmatUm,Malaria,
old Chronic Clce-n that have restated all treatment

la the morning, hurried or difficult

iMtthing, raising phlegm, tightness in

the chest, quickened pulse, chilliness in New York, Philadelphia, Boston & Florida.Sailing -

the evening or sweats at night, all or any 0 .
if these things arc the first stages of from \ FERNANDINA, Fla., Every THURSDAY

..,.mption.. Dr. Acker's English I NEW YORK, Every FRIDAY at 3 p. m. Catarrh,bkln Ui eaaea. Eczema Chronic Female Corn_ i '

Goegh Remedy will cure these fearful -IRON STEAMERS II plaints,Mercurial rt-'f: : '. ScaldlMad.ate,eta*""
F P P.P.U a pow and an ezeellvnt a r
y uptoms, and is sold under a positive #

furaotee by Dixon & Gray, druggists. 11': Rio Grande,
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,NEAT AND PROMPT. __ State Texas: stmtlj firsU-laisg machine, Cn' 'td and !
Capll Williams. made from very beet materials, bj workmen '
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and with best tools ever devised ft, urrose.
City of: San Antonio Warrrntf to do all that can be rear expected car building ap the system rapidly.Ladles .
of the very best typewriter extant Capable of writing wnoee systems are'poioned and whoM blood
i,IB e.n hnpqrc condition due to 1JIe1IRnJaJ Irr C"I1arl-
the
CapL WCder. ; 110 words per minute, armors according to
, : ability of the operator PRICE $100.
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-FOK- Address PAKISII M'FG. CO.,
Passengers from Tttusville Indian River, and East Coast poi ts, arriving in Jacksonville from J.. T. Agents wanted. PARISH. N. Y.
k K. W. Railway, make couuevtiou with morning and afternoon trains for Fernandina and Steamers as
.' : advertised. .
Passengers arriving Wednesday and Thursday evenings will be cared for at Fernandina. IE e
$ fAY9RlF1HE
Leave New York. STEAMERS. Leave Fernandina.

Friday,April 25,......................STATE OF TEXAS.Thursday, May .1 tie are cnUrlj benefited by tb.wonderful tonle and
blood cleansing of P.P.r..I'rtc.tq.uta,Yoke
JOB PRINTING Friday, May 2,..........................RIO GRANDE,..................-Thursday, 8 Root and Potaeelnm.properties ae

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

Friday, 16...::..................... RIO GRANDE......................Thursday, 2i >ss

For General information apply to
J. M. CUTLER Gen. Pass Agent, 77 West Bay Street, Jacksonville Fla. A
G. M. HUBBY Agent foot of Centre street, Fernandma, Fla.
,. Or to H. B. HERSEY, Indian Rtver Ticket Agent, Titasville, Fla.:
':;'" .- C. H. MALLORY & CO., General Agents, Pier 20, E. R., N. Y.
... '{ '(NEWOODWORK' LIPPMAN BROS. Proprietors,
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1 !; .. -SUCH AS-' At 5M WHOLESALE CBT7OOIST8.IJppman : .
Af 11S
i : S1e 0 Block. SAVANNAH. G.'..
:Ps ". Olyde ; rY' ship <:>. .

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:.t: 0. New York, Charleston & Florida Lines. OLUNION' T CAL 1lSflSTLOUIS.MO.
HOW?
DALLAS.TEX.FROM .

LET T ER-IIEADS, ..Can the world know a man has a good

things unless he advertises the possession
of it. '-Vsa vmts1LT. a.

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'SCIRCULARS The Magnificent Steamships of this Line are appointed to sail as follows : ':!\Ir. A. H. Hawkes-Pear Sir: locr PATENTEE we will ship you a
GLASSES received sometime since, and am
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(Standard Time.) very much gratified at the wouderial change that :. fine instrument on 15
TE1UENTS, New York to Jacksonville. Jacksonville to New York. has come over my eyesight since 1 have discardedmy t 1 Days' Test Trial in}
.', ',J old glasses and am now wearing joar
Pier 29, E. River. STEAMER. ALKXUiDEB AGAR. rkcpi your own home.NO .

Friday, April 25, at 3 p m ......CHEROKEE,......Thursday, May 1, at 2 p m All Secretary titted ai the Stationers'Drug Store Board of of Trade. > s .

Monday, April 28, at 3 p m...... YEMASSEE, ......Sunday; IayI, at 4 ama 25 DIXON & GRAY. TITUSVILLE. FLA.

Wednesday, April 30. at :3 p m..... SEMINOLE, ......Tuewlay, May 6, at 5 m *

;,. '"' Friday, May 2, at.Spm...... IROQUOIS, ......Thursday, 8, at 6 ama ::
Tuesday, 6, at 3 p m......CHEROKEE,......Thursday, u 11, at 10 m

"; Friday, u 9, at 3 p m...... YEMASSEE,......Thursday, 15, at 2 p..m '
> .., FOLDERS, Tuesday, 13, at 3 p m ......SEMINOLE,......_Sunday, 18, atI ama CASH REQUIREDUntil

,'> Friday, 16, at 3 p .IROQUOISThursday, U 22, at 6 m have

; J : { : q Tuesday, 20, at 3 p m ......CHEROKEE.Sunday, II 25, at PamFridav FINE SHOW GASES. both ways yo i if instrument tested and(fails approved.to please Our in freJzEt euaer

1< ... --: .J..t."r .> 23 at 3 p m ......SEMINOLE,......Thursday, h 29, at 12 noon style price or quality. Ours the risk,yours ly
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%YITATIOTS i Friday, 30at3pfc......CHEROKEE,......Thursday,. 5, at 6 a m TERRY M'F'G CO., NASHVILLE TEHN.ABBOTT'S 40,000 Southern HomesSupplied

For Information Regarding Freight and Passage, apply to
,4--. by us since 187001 this TEST TRIAL*
J. A. LESLIE, Supt. Jacksonville; T. G. EG1.R. Traffic Ilanager. 5 Bowling Green New York; P;' .N. first introduced la the South by us. Fairest .

,. JOHN L,HOWARD. F. F.A., Jacksonville. F. M. IRONMONGER, F. P. A.,Jacksonville. method of sale possible,and a great benefit to .
4 ee' hove distance
a at a who cannot visit our ware-rooms
PROGRAMMES, WM. P. CLYDE & CO.. General Agents, 12 South Wharves, Philadelphia ; 5. Bow- '
i hug Green, :New York.
: ALL RISK SAVED ;

4 et Egyptian Queen, Ripley, Black & Whlte Antigua & other WlCY Pine Slips & Suckers. tY By this trial plan and purchasers ibsofately assured

f t.. rt STREAMERS ltun n'8 Improved and Hoffman's Seedling, $4.00 per 1000. Order early. 'JBUNi5M.3 possible perfect cost.instruments Selling only at the the best very Instruments lowest

Several Brands of FERTILIZERS specially adapted to our soil and climate. *N* WARTS PAIN. made that will stand the most severe and
comp-eheni ve tests,we do out fear to tend them out =
!i> INDIAN RIVES BRAND, manufactured by an old firm the Davidge Fertilizer Co. on trial and let them stand solely on their merits. --t,
i. ; '1' Send for Circular. Also Bone Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, etc., and Mapes' and I All we a&k is the privilege of shipping on ap
::,w.; s DODGERS, Fertilizers. A full line of Ornamental Fruit Trees. Send for catalogue.JOIN '. proval. No suit,no py. Oar freights tf we fail.

;;. \ B. BEACH, Indian Riser Nurseries, Melbourne, Fla. HOW'S YOUR FENCE ? EASY TO BUY

a Wo have the CHEAPEST and Best From us by correspondence. No matter whetheryou
BUSINESS CARDS, = WOVEN WIRE FENCING live cither ten or a thousand miles from .x
FINE SHOW CASES We all Southern State
ship to Our system is
= i Wire Rope Selvage. perf,t. Prices in plain print and alike to all.
] One Trice only. No more, no less. Large
WEDDING CARDS -.A.r LOW $T Pp.C S.- co Discounts from makers prices. All compe.titioa .
met. Complete outfits free. All freight
-- Also Wall and Prescription cases, Cedar paid. Easy installments. Every inducement that
Chests, Barber Furniture,Jewelry Trays f4i i any fair dealing house can offer.

VISITING CARDS, and Stoo1s. CabInet W8rk of all kinds. Complete Outfits for Stores and = Write for Valuable Information.

: ..... Banks. Catalogue ree. Address ATLANTA SHOW CASE CO., Atlanta l Ga. Circulars.
.; !' Catalogues.. Special
Fall Otfere--J889.
Copy of new

T ..... ,< A. M. Hamilton & Co. PIONEER COOPERAGESyrup Paper Sharps and Flats

. ; 60 mcms mOBr 60 CUTS YIZ ROD. ALL FREE. Address
Barrels $2.25. Lawn. Garden Poultry and Stock Fencing.all
". TiTDSVILLE, FLORIDA tees and widths.Gates match. Prices low.Sold
dealers.. Freight Psrid. Send for circulars, UDDEN & BATES
order ten cents extra.
SEND YOUR ORDERSTO Wholesale Dealers in Gauged to u Bcxrixxx wow wiu ran co.. ciucso iLL
f.AU6tc LAWN m+*CEMETERY Feast. ,
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Wheelwrighting and Repairing.C. L SOUTHERN MUSIC HOUSE
NOTICE
Indian River Oysters '
O. B.
Is hereby given that six months after SAVANNAH CA.HvfvrsoiF
TJI&FLORIDA- I .
Honey barrels and Oval Water Breakers the first publication of this notice I will

. FISH from $2.00 up. : present my final accounts and apply to ; :

Tanksand .. the County Judge of Dade County for : .
; STAR < mj final discharge as administrator :..
Green Turtle and Game. all kinds of COOPER WORK to order. the estate of August'Hars, late of Dade Deal with the men who ad.ertiaeyYozs,
J ?> County. Florida, deceased. will'never lose by it/*-BEX. FKAXKU '

\ ili wUl reeetV prompt and earetul at ,JOHNSON. :Y "p *, HEKBICH HARK rut L &8 S. u 11+'" tit.-u. '
I orders whether by telegraph. !:,, > & Administrator. :f r
tenUon. 17' LaGrange, : Florida. 4 ? .. II;;.
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It/ THE FLORIDA STAR THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1890. ...: .
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'.* OUR coq01\( BUDGET.NEWS S .. SHOES SHOES I SHOES !!

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ITEMS AND SOCIETY EVENTS :
.,,' ". NIMiKI Q;) w .A.T COST. : :

Gleaned by the tar'.Regular Correipoo. sacd

dent. I '. Having purchased the Entire Stock of the "City Shoe Store" from Mr. Titus

Col. and Mrs. Seize..spent Friday in $ w '" will make a Special Drive in Shoes for the next few days, as we are We
overcrowded and have for them.
town visiting friends. no room

Miss Ethel Shear and little sister left = \ .
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for the north, Thursday.Mr. < Thatintire Stock Will Be Sold at First Cost
.C. 0. Blyth, of Indianola, spent ,g
Sunday with friends in Cocoa. .

.The public school at Cocoa, taughtby $ ..sa Until June 10th. WfT.

Miss Murphy, closes on Friday. = =zcE4

+ :Miss Willie May, of Rockledge, was M--4 .aA

visiting friends in Cocoa, Tuesday. POWDER S P. TUR.1'TER. cfc C ,-
There will be choir practice in the .,
Episcopal Church, Saturday afternoon.Mr. O
Pure.A O
Absolutely
C. Willard and little daughters: "THE BAZAAR"GEORGE
of City Point, spent Saturday in Cocoa. cream of tartar baking powder. Highest
of all in leavening strength.--U S.
of DeLand held servicein
Father Foley, ,
Government Jteport, Any. 17, 1889.
Hill's Hall, Friday and Saturday I ItO
mornings.Mrs. r..1 )I. ROBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM

M. J. Thomas and son, Marvin T. D. GIBBENS, !-Ii Atty.-at-Law. Atty.-at-Law.
are the guests of Mrs. C. Willard. of J..I! 'R..OBBJNS cfc GB.AeA:: ,

City Point. MANUFACTURERS' AGENT, I:::=:d REAL ESTA.TEAIX DEALERS,
Misses Daisy Hardee and Meta Wilkinson .,cr::
.GO KINDS OF PROPERTY BOUGHT, SOLD t EXCHANGED.
were visiting friends in Cocoa the JACKSONVILLE, FLA., m
first of the week. .. O ca Members of Brevard Abstract of Title Co.,
Carries in Stock and Sells at Manufacturers "-" ,
The frame of Mr. M. Gould's house, Prices E P. O. Box, 25O,
on his lot adjoining the residence of Dr. r:1I Ia Ico
:> TITUSVILLE BREVARD CO. FLORIDA.We
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Hughlett, is being raised..
Lard Canned Meats Flour Buy and Sell all kinds of Real Estate and are sole Agents for a large list o I
Mrs. G. S. Hardee, of Rockledge, left w III"d carefully-selected Properties in all parts of Brevard County. .

for White Sulphur Springs to join her GRITS AND MEAL. = n hC2 RELIABLE Information furnished as to character, location and value of any Property -
daughters, last Friday. on Indian River.
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The house of Mr. E. C. Hill, in which Correspondence Solicited.INDIANRIVERSTATE .-- ..., : t-I Our facilities for the transaction of a general Real Estate business are unequalled,
is located the bank, is being paintedand b F--. .- I and every effort will be made to give perfect satisfaction to intending Purchasers who
otherwise improved.Mr. BANK. .S > I may favor us with their patronage.No .
Charlie Bolton, who has been m Properties listed unless the Title is Perfect.
staying at Cocoa for some time, left for cd cO E Special attemion given to Colonies and Syndicates desiring large bodies of low-
Titusville Florida. I-LI priced lands. Write for Descriptive '
his home at Malabar, Wednesday. E-4 .: Pamphlet.
Fischer of the St. Incorporated under Laws State of Florida. cd
Mr. Herman mate "" .c GEORGE:: ROBBINS, President. WALTER S. GRAHAM. Secretary.reward .
Augustine, was the guest of his sister, Authorized Capital, $100,000, '-' U) tl
Mrs.'A. S. Dixon, Thursday and Friday Paid-up Capital, $25,000.A : i-Tostxvxot of Title: Co.,
: r..: Incorporated A. D. 1889.
last.Dr. GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRAN!
W. L. Hughlett went up to Titus- SACTED. I [1 CAPITAL STOCK, $ ,OOO ; FULLY PAID ; BOX-ASSESSABLE.
made =
ville, .Tuesday to arrangementsfor
the annual Sunday T School excur- JAMES PRITCIIARD. President, -4 0) Charges for Abstracts as follows: $3.00 for Opening Number and 50c.for each ad-
sion. W. B. BARNETT, Vice-President, S-- .: dditional Transfer. For continuing an Abstract the charges are the same,viz.,$3.00
"YM. :M.: BROWN, Cashier. 1 :S for the first: additional and 50c. for each succeeding transfer.
I Rev. B. F. Brown will preach in St. FBI.
Mark's Episcopal Church next Sunday. Directors: James Pritchard, \V. B. Bar- k_ c Taxes Paid for Non-Residents.
After Service Holy Communion will be nett, J. H. Durkee, W. S. Graham, and cuO c For a Small Fee we will relieve non-resident land owners of the worry and
administered.The W. M. Brown. otA annoyance incident to the Payment" of Taxes, and Insure them against loss by Tax

Young People's Society of Christ- Every favor consistent with ConsemtiyeCorrespondents H Sale.: ,V 12
ian Endeavor have changed the hour of I Box 25O, Titusville, Fla.

meeting, oh Sunday, from afternoon to Baa ia! eiteldcd. z ,

to evening. : Seaboard Nat'l Bankof PC-, E ttS I YOUR. C .A l CE :
Great preparations are being made by
:1 the young people of Cocoa for the calico New York; Nat'l Bank of Jacksonville. bJs. We begin this week and will Slash Prices and convert Goods into Cash. We

0 ball: to be given at. Hill's Hall on the cO -Jilt intend making improvements in our place and

evening of June 6th. JACKSONVILLE MARBLE GO, cdcO ..oo < tIn MUST REDUCE STOCK.This .

There was no preaching in the "C
Methodist Church last Sunday, as the Dealers inllonuluenb m cannot fail to interest anyone who should wish anything in our line.

pastor, Rev. J. Bolton, had gone to at- ; )
tend district conference.Mrs. Headstone, O For the Next Thirty Days We Will Offer Our Entire Stock

Jane Dixon returned to Cocoa = I-4m
Iron ) 'I-
Fencing AT COST'!
from visit
Monday a to her son, Mr. J.
M. Dixon, at Titusville. She was accompanied Z 2"w Lawn Furniture Call and be Convinced that We are Offering Genuine

by htr granddaughter Miss S3 4L Marble, Bargains.GOLDSMITH. .
Lula Dixon. rn
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While in St. Augustine Mr. Charles =3 Q .s fcpH
Goodyear purchased twelve horses, O. O 0 Onyx.
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which he had sent to Cocoa. On Tues- i::: =*
,day they were transported to his placeat C Building Stone, P-H GARDNER & SON
Mcrritt by means of a lighter built .: Wire Fencing, <32 .,
for the purpose. Little difficulty was :: Slate Mantels, .
experienced in getting the animals to Iron Mantels. ,. < 11t4 Call Your Attention to their Fine, NEW
their home.
new Grates. STC>C O3EP CSrOCXDS,
HYPOLUXO. l'

"-' ......s.............)....,............... 1.. I<"'" I I Consisting of Dry Goods, Notions, Tailor-Made Clothingfrom the largest f
Benson ...
Capt. Lyman, of the schooner y. Jo<
.... ... and most Celebrated Manufacturers in New York. An Elegantand
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Bessie B. is .. ,
home again after a successful .00/ :. '''
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T. Complete Furnishings. Complete '
trip, and leaves soon for the Keys .... ........... ... I .. ,_1 !
for a load of pineapples for the Jacksonville ... OOo'...".. '1' I T I'' O 5 !
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market. 0( ..)00... .OOo... I T T 'Y ," < Assortment of Men's r Ladies & Children's Shoes, 4

Judge Broome opened Court in the "- .
knew court house last Tuesday, but itS -.- = From the finest to good knockabout every-day goods, made by the best and most
And all kinds of Tiling, Hearths Wire Mats,and celebrated factories in this
was more or less a failure, for the litigants in fact anything made of Wire,Iron,or any kind oi country.

and a portion of both juries were Stone. cda Also a lliao: of Troika Sevtolaols,
the ;
for
Send Catalogue at the same tlmltatinjl ,
from Miami, and they were too busy tyle of good yon are in need of. as we have different = *
wrecking to take any stock in the sessionof Catalogues in the differentbranchea of our IE to.; E"to.You .
the Circuit Court. business. 25 are cordially invited to Call at our Store in the new Bank Building and
25 Laura Street, Jacksonville, Fla.
The which Inspect these Goods.
tramp steamer got agrounda
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mile of Miami
House
east of Refuge, 1': ra '
jettisoned some hundred tons of miscel- ?=-H d..p 0 0'8::: EDWARD STILINQ. ALBERT A. TAYLOR. :
laneous cargo, and the beach, as far 0? O .a; .C 04
tsa .c::::: rQe
north as Jupiter, has been strewn with .--4..... .- *;;.. P""f,C = = STILXJ.\WG; Cf T-Y-LOR.., :
provisions, etc., and they do not come ? = fl
amiss to the people along shore, but as c. 00 Cocoa, Indian River, Florida.
usual the biggest hog fares the best. 11I\ Q-4;) s W's .:
The mate of the steamer claims that ::: csOT3 DEALERS IN
they mistook a light on shore, for the Isl WI Fowey Rock Light and a Miamite was ,;} C..M .
heard to remark, that there chance "'d rcs':: rQ U
was a
Q;) .a... rrt >1. .i"
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Hardware Stoves
another being ashore before It 'V Tinware
long. Q;) r W =! o o Crockery
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would be libelous
to draw inferences, /* c::> "H
but then it is but a drop in the bucketto rjcqM s.. tJ: :: ;:s ,
the wealthy insurance companies. =__ ._ r- 3 <:J
That usually correct the Times- t.1 02 _r go R
paper, r- L Z? o& .;:::; ., AND AGATEWARE.Paints .
Union, has made some queer blundersin ;::.... C r- E a; .::
its account of the stranding of the 31 ;'::5 == -..... Oils, Glass and Putty,
steamer City of Alexandria. Cape Florida ; tE 4 21 rcs:: H oo." TABLE and POCKET CUTLERY
marks only one of the four entrancesto CMws a; w-
Biscayne Bay, and its old brick and i m. O '- 00 Q3 >O Plumbers' and Mill

stone Lighthouse has not been in use cd: o 43 ':ajH : M-...:.. <:J : BARBED WIRE

for years, ever since the fine first-class,' ..<,:J. ..c-. c::> ;;_ Q ,
P""f Supplies,
.iron one was built, 6 miles E. S. E. on 1-4 .:::4 .4-: :: ;_ IoQ .. g
the Fowey Rocks. Again, it is the 0 f.t = c:> 1=.,::. WIRE NETTING

southbound steamers which hug- the J-s r-...... CMO: .Vc.... Doors Sash Blinds '
shore to escape the power o; the Gulf $ 13 g a WIRE
stream, for the northbound craft keep ;cc:.... C c= o = ta and CLOTH.
ten to twelve miles out to get its full '--tooor.-' 0 ,n ;rQ:s...,...<..:..J.....
effects. The Fowey Rock Light is the a I 1 pr w o:
first one south of Jupiter, which leaves 11111 .g<:JCO BRICK, LIME, CEMENT -u. .S,
a line of coast of about 50 miles unlighted d DO ": Ga .
but the Government is about to .....:..). .: =c= -s.t: .g. .1 AMMUNITION: :: : ,
IS SHINGLES and LATH.
begin the construction of
Lighthouseat O
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Hillsboro Inlet, about half way in Q-O 3
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the hiatus.! The wreck is (\ u -Q S QQ JMe3
not more O f.t ""'::5 .
than 80 miles south Jupiter and about _=--c I.-4TluIc G i HH 0 0 =s.' ;rahip Cha.n.d1ery: rcdT .

160 from Key West, and the steamerwas '-tooor' ;:;:. tJ: :: CJ 0' A els for ALABASTIXE: the permanent coating for walls and ceilings; For Chattanooga Plow Cow- 55
nearly four miles t of her
of RUTHVEN.course. The Indian River!(;ountrs. pany's plowsand: cane mills ; Planet Jr. farm tools.

Third edition (revised) of the Brevard .(.!-... -- 55
XO 'ICE TO TAXPAYERS. County (Florida) Pamphlet for 1890 ,It .t'Jt Gauze Doors, Cook Stoves and Ranges, Gasolene Stoves, Coffins and Caskets. '
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The books for 4r 0 G
assessing the Taxes on now ready. '
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property within the corporate limits of Description of Indian Rivet J c!antfy ; ,. ., TESIAlWELL; ; PIPE; A SPECIALIT ;.

the Town of Titusville open at Dixon its climate, health and settlements; 7$ Y cards and size lists sent free solicited anles111u
t lJafl ue9stmple Correspondence
& upon application.
Gray's Drug Store. All persons Inter- pages, with maps. Free t Papplicantsenclosing ..
ested are requested to make their returns. a two cent stamp. !es.f'hea.f.; tnPtIy. .. '
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Tax As e sor for the Town of Tituaville. 60-Smo City PoinCTla* '. ., ,:: "' STILING & TAYLOR.

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