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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: March 15, 1888
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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).
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VOL. VIII. TITUSVILLE, FLA., THURSDAY, MAIL 1;';, 1888. XO. 47. '

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Lake Worth. lIutellin mn'H Island. Terrible Storms in the North. Jlr. Randall's Tariff Bill. COUUES.OXDEXCE.'f
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Rain enough. Mr. Dick Quay went out hunting; and One of the most remarkably disagreeable j In explanation of its terms and scone

Everything looking and doing well. brought in four deer- storms seen for years set in about 3 I he makes the following statement : Correction.

Capt. Hammond came in with the Ina Fish and oysters are plentiful-the lat- o'clock at Washington Sunday morning, "The bill repeals the revenue tax on Editor of the Florida bias:

On the 2nd. ter in excellent condition. and continued twenty-four hours. Streetcar ; tobacco and also upon fruit brandies. It DEAR SIR,-I notice in your last .

travel was suspended,telegraph wires also repeals the license tax on wholesale i issue that have conflicted ,
Miss Etta Moore presided at the organat Messrs Futch and Burke are raising you my name "'
church services on the 4th. vegetables with good success. were tangled, and all the railroad trains ; and retail liquor dealer, leaving then as with that of my brother, in management

'\ were belated. For a considerable time' i i recommended by Jefferson, so the State of the ltroyretit. I don't know that there
Walker sold his sail boat Mr. Jennings is clearing his land and !' sis
Robert : << communication off
cut
Mr. telegraphic was authorities might adjust them. It any apology due anyone ; but that I
the Whacker B., on the 25th ult. getting ready to build. J i with Philadelphia \ makes all commerce in the articles free, may receive undue honor a correctionmay

Rev. Mr. Tilly left for the B. I. II. on Col. Quay and family are staying at ; The State of New York was ab-,oll1tdy :I and reduce the tax on whisky to ;00 prove agreeable to the proprietors

Mr. Paine's of the St. Lucie House, oppo- snowed under. The oldest never of the
the 5th. persons cents per gallon. Progress. Am glad to note improvements
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The Don Ton arrived from Titu \'ilte'' site Inlet! a few days. saw its equal. :Not train was despatched I' On the tariff the bill is a complete revision in the STAR,and particularly i

on the 2nd. Some gentlemen from Pennsylvania; : over the Erie Central Monday morning.A of the whole tariff system. It car- enjoyed the Cleveland edition. I hope, i

The Bessie left for Jacksonville on the camped on the south point of the inletfor March gale struck Savannah on :Sun : ries to the free Jit:1 number of articlesnow in a few mouths, to offer you in exchange 'i i

a few days' fishing. We wish them : day night, blowing down signs and toppling paying duties, and which enter into 'a periodical of my own get up. 1.

4th.The good sport, and hopethey will come chimneys. The anemoneter at the consumption, such as: raw materials: and Very truly I.
Jacksonville yours,
Mary arrived from again. signal office at !9 o'clock began to register I otherwise, and in the production of

on the 7th. I Recently some parties, went to the thirty-six miles an hour, and it regis which there is no competition between --- BARTON 8 (1T1I.

The Deerhound came in on the 2nd place at the Inlet where a boat had been tered that velocity steadily up to mid this and other countries. To Triiit Grower. '
the Hh bound for Miami and Observer Manner said that it "
and left on pulled out and took one of the planks night. : wasthe In the revision of the tariff the d ort J\CKSOSYILI.F.l:1r.. 8,1S 53. .

Key West. used for that purpose to build their fire. highest:: wind velocity in that section las been intelligently to apply consistent Ether of the Star: i

Rev. Mr. Dilly preached ton large con They might just a-s well have taken it since the great cyclone of August 2r, principles with all branches of industry, DEAR SIR-I am in possession of a secret

gregation in the East Side school house from the owners yard. It was stealing 18,85, when fifty-six mile were registered.At and in doing so our industrial system has for preserving oranges from decay. '

on the 4th. all the same. : the Signal Office Monday at Washington been considered as a whole and differing I feel confident the same can be done :I : 1-

Capt. Peter Larsen came in from the :Nearly every available acre north of I it was learned that Sunday'sstorm I from other industrial systems in the important without injury to flavor or appearance; I Ii'u J
I the resnlt of the of
t B. I. R. on the 26th ult. with the JulianB. the reservation for the Hutchinson heirs was splitting a fact that the labor in this couu- fact, both are improved and I see no \ If;

., laden with oysters and found no has been seized on by squatters, in readi- storm through that of Saturday. It extended try receives a larger share of the annual trouble in keeping good, sound fruit for '

trouble in disposing of his cargo of bi- ness to enter their claims as soon as the south from Michigan Saturday products of labor and capital combined sixty or ninety days. It adds but a trifle h t :

ral f'S. land is declared open for entry. Perhaps night and divided, forming two storm than any other country. This important : to the cost, may be employed at the grove L'I'
centers, one in Lake: Erie and one in
Four of Mr. J. S. Ernest's childrencame )Tou'll say "pshaw all mangrove swamp advantage to the labor interests of and renders decay in transit impossible.I 1
The southern then began
down on the Mary B, together: with and beach scrub." Come and see. Georgia. center the United States the bill aims to preserve want a few boxes from your grove. \

the household goods. Mr. and Mr Ernest Mr. B. Darling has erected a handsome to climb up the coast, striking The Washington throughout, while at the same time Send me only good, sound fruit; fine if .
center
the Monday morning. "in fairness to all interests," as stated in you have it. t '
are expected in a day or so on two-story house, which was duly'warmed" ;
itself did not reach there until about 3 t
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Chattahoochee. 23rd with dan- the Chicago platform, "to reduce andequalize" I want to rely on :you, not only for a \\f 1:
on January o'clock in the afternoon when the rain ,. .
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the duties and few boxes from
Fire-flies have been seen flitting imports.The yourself, but see that : _
cing feet and an oyster supper. All the
to sleet. This took until
the air the whole winter throughhere. changed a principles applied to the revisionof your neighbor sends a sample of his fruit.
through youth and beauty of St. Lucie were there,
to The total rain- :11.,
nearly miduight pass. the tariff in this bill first that the is
This is mentioned so Northern are, My object to make the test as universal -
just and the fantastic"
"light was trippedtill =
inches. The wind
fall amounted to lj:
difference in the cost of producing commodities -, as possible. I will
full
friends can know how much "blizzard" the "wee sma' hours." publish a report ,
reached the of milesan
velocity twenty-six
in this and other countries methods
have had in ours this season. employed, name of grower'
we Some weeks ago a monsterfish: ; in a : hojir at midnight. Around Cape where there is no climatic or other nat- and make an exhibition of the fruit, after,

Visitors are arrivingevcry.day in' largeor high ,state of excitement, passed down Henry the wind was blowing fifty-five ural causes why they can't be produced all other fruit is out of the market. In '

smaller numbers, and yet there is room the coast about two miles oft': Every few miles on Monday. The reports from various abundantly in this country, has been this way I hope to thoroughly introducethe

for more. Of course: some only come seconds its huge tail would rise into the places up Xorth'ure both serious studied and adhered to the
everywhere as same,as a great aid in handling next r
and take a look and flit ; some buy a lot air and then strike the surface of the and distressing. cardinal principle to affect in the revision season's crop. .

and then "git," while some just settle water with like that of small ,
a a
report of the tariff. In such a scheme all Will you attend to this at once? Please
down and stay awhile. Some like the heard from afar. :Your cor- The GI'eatI.Jze Fight.:
field-piece : industries should, of course, stand on an reply, as I must have the fruit.
around here for its climate, some is not The fight between fcullivan and
country respondent's piscatorial knowledg
equal footing, and in no instance should Yours truly, it.,
for its hunting, some for its fishing, some very extensive, but he thinks it wa'a Mitchell took place on Saturday last, on the powers of the Government be usedto A. MANN, Manager k

for its sea beach and breezes and some thrasher in deadly conflict with a sword- the grounds of Baron Rothschild, near elevate one above the other. ----, --, ..

for dozens of other reason, but one and fish or some other leviathan. Criel, France: Sullivan did his best, it The estimated reduction under the bill Xotlc All. r

all seem to like this part of the country, Yesterday two enormous whales took a is said,.but Mitchell*had the best of the will be: Col. Walter Gwynn, of the State Immigration

and we are willing they should. We fight. Mitchell's friends assert that he Association Executive Committee
leisure survey of the coast. We were On internal taxations repealed$70,000- SlI
would j just like to ask our up the rive in hopes they were looking for a place to would have won the fight had it been 000; estimated reduction on the tariff will meet with the citizens of r

neighbors not to l>e selfish. Show visitors i- squat, but apparently the prospect didn'tplease continued, while Sullivan explains his schedule, $25,000,000.: Titusville and vicinity on Monday evening -
fine country and beautiful river failure to win the fight by saying that next at 7:30 o'clock iu the CourtHouse
your them and they passed on.: The The entire list of iron manufacturersis .
then, after you have shown them the weather was against him. for the purpose of organizing and
Wild Cat Cove Yacht Club has recently reduced, almost without exception.The .
everything there, send them on down to The fight lasted a little over three working the best interests of the t
up ;
formed. The burgee of the club is a wildcat reductions, however, are slight. In
and let show them a little more, hours, and there were thirty-nine rounds is
us, us county. Everybody invited
especially
field of
rampant (argent), upon a az- wood and the manufactures of wood the
for the more victors see of Florida the ure. The' Commodore has hoisted his fought. Up to the end of the eighth i same reductions are observed. and urgently requested to meet with Col.

like it generally, know. round Sullivan .appeared to have the Gwynn and Geo. M. Robbins
.mure they you broad pennant aboard the sharpie Xem-: There are no changes in the present I who are
President best of it, and his friends were jubilant ; I laboring to advance the interests of all.
There i is a rumor on the lake that esis. The secretary is the happy owner I. f'ugarIche ule except a provision requir-
but the fact that he could not knock
i Cleveland sent down to know if he of three vesselone of which he will put ing sugar draining or sweepings to pay On Wednesday,21st iust., Col. Gwynn, .
could accommodations at Capt. E. The Mitchell out after so much boasting, with Dr. Win. L. Hughlett, Secretaryof
get in commission shortly. membershipis duty as sugar and molasses-according to
Dimick's Cocoanut Grove House, and strictly limited to the re&identsof WildCat seemed to discourage him. Mitchell test; an increase of the duty on confec- Brevard Immigration Association, will
time I aid that, although he did not expect to meet with the people of City Point Mer-
that the house was about full at the Co\e. tionery, not enumerated, from 10 to 15 ,
and word was sent to the President to -- -- -- whip Sullivan, he would make such a cents per pound, and the addition of a ritt's Island: and Ilockledge at Hill's Hallat

that effect. It is: alo said that Mr. A. ('ourtll.'). Ink Drops I show that he would prove to the work section imposing: tariff 1 cent a poundon 10 o'clock a. m. in Cocoa. All good

Quinby offered to give up bis room at Now is the time for a strawberry: fe-ti-I Sullivan was not the man he represents glucose or grape sugar. Oranges in citizen, and especially the ladies, are
himself to be. How far his words came
the hotel, but Capt. Dimick would not val. bulk, $1.75 per 1,000.STITE. urgently requested to meet with us.:
true may be gleaned from the long reports We to have the officers of the
allow him to make the :u'rificl'r.. P. Mr. E. P. Porcher i is gardening veryextensively propose
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in the The result is virtually -
papers. Brevard Association Col.
Lennon he cannot help but admirethe accompany
says : and it is hoped he will makea
heroism of Mr. Quinby in offering of it. a victory for the little Englishman, NEWS.Between Gwynn Melbourne, where we hope to
I success who that if Sullivan i is not satisfies
,
:says: meet everybody at 10 o'clock Thursday
himself! as a sacrifice, and the magnanimity ,
of Capt. Dimick in refusing Mr. One wild-cat numbered among the he is prepared to entertain him again. fifteen and twenty barrels of the 22nd inst., and especially ask all, ladies

Quimby's offer; but, as virtue i is sure to missing. Try it again, hunters, if it die In referring to this fight the Time fish were shipped from Sanford Saturday. children and men, to be with us.
take two of to kill one cat. "The hub is enshrouded with
be rewarded, we may all live to see a live you I l"uioltsays: Tallahassee is to have- a cotton corn- Most respectfully,

President yet,although it might possiblynot The wild-cats are making depredationson gloom. Sullivan could not knock Mitchell pre 8. All of the stock has been subscribed C. B. MAGRUDER

be a Democratic one. Amen. the chicken roosts, and it speaks well I' out in thirty-nine rounds, and the the f'iteelecte and before long Pres't Brevard Im. ANSOC'U.

SAM. for the hunters of Courtney that none are : Bostonians are trying to decide whether the machinery will arrive and be erected. &

& killed. life is worth living now. In their deep I within -There was a meeting of the Titus-
Tillmuii. There i is a young man living
the festival at the Wilson sorrow, let the thought that the Boston I is ville Town Council on Thursday last and
I Remember I I three miles of Live Oak, who 25 years I
Sews rather scarce. baked bean bus never yet been eclipsed the following members were present : S.
Strawberries ice
10. drink
building on April old, and says that he never took a
S Just had another good rain, and a howling cream and lemonade furnished at cheap afford them comfort. of whisky as a beverage in his life. I Ray, chairman ; Messrs. Bigelow, Dixon,

norther, hut not cold. "Sullivan has: apparently, met his Gaulden ; and Atkinson, Deputy Clerk.
rates. Two violins of value are owned
great I
Mr. Story has his new kitchen well un I match at last. lIe has been the world's) : Inter alia. a committee of three from
A party left for the Exposition on by W Keep, editor of the Quincy //Tiihl. j
der champion brute long enough.Iitchell the Fire Department attended, composed
way. Tuesday, consisting of the Misses Sanders One was made in IG10 by Gasperdi I I
him. John L. should chairman Dr. Wilson
now F.
out-favors of G. Ensey, ;
Mr. Weed is making muck hum on an Messrs. Sanders, J. D. Sauis, 11. Allen Salo, and is valued at $3,000. The :!
Irish seek out Blaine and weep upon his !1 and G. H. Altree. Mr. Ensey explained
buggy. and F. Foreman.Mr. other, a genuine "Amati," is valued at
I bosom. They should make a congenial I at great length the necessity of the Fire
Maccomber Bros just returned with a H. Sams has fine dog and 1000. I
J.
very : pair, and should travel together up the I Department having requisite appliances
lot of orange trees for their new grove. pup. He prizes them very highly for Salt River. There will be weeping and Mr. J. D.li1eyIa ru cr has succeededin and their inability to get them without

Mr. Berne has not returned yet. Guesshe the breed is noted for its love of treeing : wailing in Boston over Sullivan's decline securing an artesian well just in the some assistance i from the Council, and

must be l lost. I ild-cats. : and fall, which will accord barniouiusly rear of his stables at Sanford, which will *! dwelt upon the necessity of the Fire De-

Many tourists are visiting our beautiful -i Mr. 11. Tiffin i is having quite an addi- i with the Maine lamentations over furnish 10O,000gallons of water per diem. Department and Town Council being

creek and bays, and having grand ; tion put to his house. It looks very bizarre I Blaine." The water i is slightly impregnated with : banded together 3io1 the promoters of public

sport with the black bass. j with a pair of saw-fish: saws eroded I;F -The Titusville- ---- -Steam-Laundry- ,under I I i sulphur, is quite cool and pleasant to the safety and welfare-working in unity

Mr. Inner is now picking tomatoes. lIe i! on the gable end. i the able management of the courteous I; taste. 1 and harmony with the same aim. The

has a good home market,at remunerative i Mr. II. II. Jenkins is kept quite busyI and obliging Mr. N. C. Bryan, i is now in The contract for erecting the railway committee stated to the Council that the

price. I I with his bees, as they are swarming. Hei full working order, and we trust that our i i station on the Sanford and Lake Eustis : Department needed a hook and ladder,

Mr. Iduer caught a fine leather-back i I i has already lost two swarms, and has no I townspeople will give it their liberal 1 I division: of the Jacksonville, Tampa and costing $a04J, of which the Departmenthas
turtle of Key West Railroad has been awarded to $109 in the treasury ; they had bought
yesterday, which was very fat and intention losing more. support. It is calculated to turn out 200
i '! Mr. J. A. Blau\elt, a well known archi- buckets and had to other necessary
nice for etc., gone
soup. :| Mrs. II. C. Wilson has been spending dozen pieces of goods per day, and the

Mrs. Idner is quite a poultry fancier. ,j a few days with Mrs. Peek, of Cocoa. Of I proprietor asks us to state that he will I I tect and contractor of of South Florida, expenses. What they wished was
residing atOsteen.The that the Council should endorse two notes
!
now
She has a fine brood of pure Langshans,, course she had a pleasant time-who i be responsible for each and every piece :
and a lot of other chick I could help themselves, with such a charming : of goods that should come under the loss by fire Wednesday night of of $100 each, payable in one and two

Rabbits hostess.? laundry care and charge. When Jack j Mr. B. W. Fontain's store at Micanopywas years, and that the Department would
are very destructive to vet i I' machinist andlaundryman a heavy blow to him. The fire originated promise to take up these notes when due
well-known
tables. I think that the couu1ha bet I Why can't Brevard make a better Howorth-the i
The Council
exertions.
ter ? Out of the sent out by S. B. Hubbard in a negro restaurant near the by their own
pay bounties on rabbits instead of: showing at the Exposition
1 the committee
I store and had made such headway when looked very favorably upon
acksonville-recei anythingto ,
wild-cats. and & Co. of
Unless the wild-cats are pro many kinds of tropical semi-tropical : the
them
The and promised required help.
saved.
assured discovered that nothing was ,
tected we shall have a trick of Australia L fruits raised in Brevard,only (so we hear), laundry, our readers may rest Council the committee
here. I oranges and one crate of tomatoes were that it will be finished, and will give loss is $12,000, with an insurance of only After thanking the -

MIKADO. sent there. satisfaction. $2,000. ;, adjourned.



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2 I THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1888. -0

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under the old Bucklen's Arnica Salve. MALABAR CIGAR
whIch have FACTORY.
grown up Mexico's "Cradle of LibertyAfter ."
I"A DIPLOMAT'S DINNER. classical system of education, and which The best salve in the world for cuts, a
Cortex conquered the Aztecs and II. C. Starck
extent become hereditary bruises ulcers, salt rheum, fe"ersores Proprietor.
have to a large sores,
established himself in the of Mex-
I A Plain and Cbeap Banquet Where Eyerybodjr valley chilblains
-Science. tetter chapped hands, Manufacturer of fine
WM Extremely Wen'P1eued. ico, the Tarascans sent embassadors to Havana and IVw
and all skm and positively tIt
eruptions,
him and asked for teachers who would corns mestic Cigars. Trade supplied
Some years ago an accomplished diplo- of India. with fine
The Confectionery required.It
piles or no
instruct them how to and make cures pay hand made good: Orders
mate at the approach promptly
representative
Washington
made satisfac- filled
All kinds of India sweetmeats are is guaranteed to give perfect ItcI
of a power not of the first importance, molded terms with the all powerful Christian Factory at Malabar Fla.
I of brown sugar, many of them tion or money refunded. Price 25 cents :
expressed his regret to a friend that he i various of birds and beasts. : gods. The Spaniard forwarded mission. all in Q
into shapes box. For sale by drug stores
could not give dinners, "because," he Tubes also are made, filled with honey, aries, who turned the Tarascans by thousands per Titusville and on Indian River. 5,000 Budded Trees For ij G:
aid, "my government ii. poor, and I and twisted into various forms. Then I from their idols and baptized: them a;

cannot afford it." The conversation oc- there are balls of sugar and clarified but 4,I into the Catholic faith. The Tarascans At Low Prices. it

curred at the profuse and splendid tableof ter. These confectioneries are soft and became allies of the Spaniards, paid tri Lake Worth Town Lot : 60,000 in Nursery. a

a rich and courteous host, whose feasts melt in the mouth. Those made by the bute and were loyal. When Nino de The undersigned have quite a numberof I Apply to W. H. SHARPE

were of great fame, and whose invita- higher caste differ from those made by Guzman, the first president of the first good lots in the new town of Lake t

tions were credentials of admission to the the lower, so absolute are the laws of andeacia, as the Spanish form of gov- Worth. We will purchase and improvefor City Point Fla. t.

best society. A young diplomatic com- cute.-Wide Awake. ernment was called, started out to con- parties at a distance. --- a

rade who sat by heard the remark, and quer the country of Jalisco, on the west- PORTER & PUTTER, T1.UIIA T's

smiled as he said: "My government is THE BUFFALO QUESTION. ern coast of Mexico. he called on the General Real Estate Agents, c

poorer than yours, and I am but lately calzontzin, the king of the Tarascans, to :Lake Worth, Dade Co., Fla. NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY C
arrived. But what is diplomacy without A. Solution Which Should Be Adopted at furnish 10,000 warriors and a vast

dinners? and I am going to give one. It Once-A Manitoba Herd. amount of gold and silver. The DIRECT YOUR TVASIIIXG TO THE PIOXEER ACE\CY. II

will not be like this, but the splendor is There is no question in Taxidermist calzontzin promptly supplied the men,
not an essential part of the feast. I shall Richardson's opinion that the buffalo is but told the president! he could TITUSVILLE For terms and sample copies address (

give a plain and cheap dinner, to which I. now well nigh extinct on the plains. not furnish all the gold. Guzman CHAS.H. NAL'MAN,
I invite you both." I There are a few in Yellowstone park protested affected to disbelieve him and burned STEAM LAUNDRY. ft

His manner was gay, and his umta by the government, but they are him, at the same time torturing many Haulover P. O., Brevard county, Fla. t

tion was gayly and gladly accepted bo- likely to be killed at any time. In Texasa subordinate officials of the Tarascan Satufatticn Guaranteed by f

cause h. was one of the delightful men herd of about thirty is owned by one dynasty to make them reveal the sup- N. C. BRYAN Proprietor. FOR SALE. 1

in Washington. His colleague,however ranchman; several other small bunches posed hiding place of the treasure. The Land on Banana River in t
' who had first his Tarascan dynasty fell the affrighted Express Paid One Way.IDI quantitiesto
shrugged
spoken may be found, but the days when they ;. suit. l
shoulders, and said that fot his part ho rambled at large over the country have Indiana hid among the lulls and mountains t
couldn't do it; he couldn't ask people to been numbered. Unless some means of about Lake Patzcuero. They have .iRIVER House and Lot in Titusville. I

come to his house and eat a poor dinner. protecting them is adopted within ten never forgotten that awful persecution. Young Oranges, all sizes and prices, ia

"Not so fast,'* replied his friend; "I years the American bison must becomean The good Bishop Quirogp spent his lifts Real Estate Agency. ([quantity. Sour Stock. t.y

didn't say a poor dinner but n plain and extinct species. In Central park Director trying to undo the mischief wrought by Four Sail Boats, of different capacities.One I

cheap dinner. I hope it will be go.i. Conklin has several specimens of Guzman. He won the Tarascans backto Titusville Florida. Ducking Boat.

nevertheless although there may be no buffalo, but the cow is growing old and the faith and to great pet'Onallove of ,

baked carp or stewed nightingales' another! one has not been secured. The himself, but the portion of the country DESCRIPTIVE LIST. ALSO,
SEND FOR
tongues. Bat come and see." buffalo will not breed in captivity unless, they inhabit baa been the breeding placeof BOATS, to Let by day or longer term.

The young minister of the small and like other domestic animals, it has abundant so many: revolutions that it has become Chaa. D. Sweet, Manager. Enquire of

poor kingdom was one of the most accomplished room for feeding and exercise. In known in Mexican history as "the cradleof P. D. WESSON.Titusville .

men in Washington. He was Central park the animals are confined in liberty.M-Cor. Globe-Democrat. Jan. 1, '88. .

known to have corrected a justice of the narrow stalls because the space at the PALM COTTAGE

supreme court in regard to a decision ofa disposal of the manager is so cramped. Exhibition of St. "Elmo's J'tre. ,

United States court in a western state, There is a practical solution of the buffalo A remarkable exhibition of St. Elmo's TITUSVILLE, FLA. :r AE JS

and to hare made the correction in English question Mr. Richardson thinks, fire was recently witnessed by the writer

r which was a foreign tongue to him, which, if adopted at once, may preventthe on the summit of the Sonnblick mountain IVHOTEL

but in English so exquisitely chosen and extinction of the animal. The buffaloes in Austria, about 10,000 feet above Reasonable Rates. Pleasant Location ,

urbanely expressed that the justice was are easily domesticated, and if accustomed the sea level.

probably unconscious of th mortificationof 1 from birth to domestic sur- The synoptic weather chart shows that Near Grand View Hotel. COAOA INDIAN RICER FLA.

the correction. The young minister roundjngs. they become quite as easy to there was at the time a ridge of high
Furnished Rooms, Good Table.
had no foolish, fond reserves. "My government control as ordinary domestic cattle. In pressure over central Europe, with light Mrs. G. W. Mackenzie, Proprietress. Newly

is poor. I am poor, wo are allpoor the northwest, where the winters are and variable winds at the lower level Terms $2 Day.Special .

in my country" he said "and I long and the thermometer sinks below stations On the Sonnblick it had rainedall o. a*. :nOTEL: per

and my secretary work like day laborers zero at the slightest provocation, buffalo day with a southwest to southerly rates by the week or month.

here in Washington to acquire end to re- subsist without any discomfort, while the gale. The pressure, which was high

port necessary information to my govemment. winters there are generally fatal to (nearly 20.7 inches, the normal being Hardware and "11. ,JAil VIS, Prop'r.

." But nobody was more sought; domestic cattle unless housed and looked 20.3 inches), was falling irregularly, aad The Nearest House to Steamboat Landing
there was nobody whose coming more after with the greatest care. the temperature was about 37 degs. General Produce

surely brought pleasure to any circle "In Manitoba" said Mr. Richardson Fahrenheit. About 0 p. m., with a sudden -

than that of the young minister. "there is a herd of about fifty buffaloes shift of the wind to the north, the Mutual? Benefit
Security
The day of the dinner came, and a owned by S. L. Bedson. Ernest E. pressure rose and the temperature fell ID MERCHANT.

plainer and pleasanter dinner was never Thompson, who is assisting me in the 30 degs. Fahrenheit, causing rain to
Florida.
known in Washington. Every guest, museum has written an Interesting account : change to sleet and snow. About this Melbourne. -

from the eocretarr of state and the,English of them in a recent pamphlet on : time brushes of violet light ware noticed SOCIETYOF

envoy to all their neighbors at table, the 'Mammals of Manitoba. A portionof outside the observatory upon the pointsof

gave every week, indeed, repasts much this herd are half breeds, crossed with the lightning rod the anemometer TITDSYILLE BAKERY

more magnificent. But the simple din. common cattle, another portion are three- cups etc., and even upon projecting !

ner, admirably cooked and served with- quarters bred, and the rest are pure pieces of rock. From the heads of the I I NEW YORK.No. .

out display of table service, without the blood. It may be a question whether observers and from their outstretched Washington Avenue near the Railroad

carp and nightingales' tongues, but with the pure breed will continue itself but it hands similar brushes of light streamed 233 Broadway, N. Y.

the enlivening and inspiring charm of certainly could be maintained if looked (t esembling the positive discharge! from MRS. V. GAILER.
LIFE INSURANCE AT ACTUAL COST.
the hot and the welcome variety of after. This herd has developed from an electric machine), accompanied by a

plainest, after the luxurious extravagance five buffalo calves brought by some In- crackling noise and a prickling sensation. Fresh Bread made also Pies
daily
; SKiD FOR CIRCULARS.
and ostentation of the usual din.. !
dians from Winnipeg in 1878. It re- This continued until the wind, winch .
and Cakes all kinds. Cakes for
ner was! so fresh and delightful that the : quires no care beyond what is necessary meanwhile had fallen to a calm, changed of

satisfaction and pleasure were universal, to keep the different animals from wandering its direction to southwest, and the press- special occasions furnishedat Opened for the Season.

end the skeptical colleague who had or being stolen or shot. The buffaloes ure became stationary. The temperature short notice.

thought great cost essential to a success- are as hardy as in their wild state. soon rose above the point, but GIVE HER A CALL. e-.A man; who is interested in his own
ful dinner owned himself converted, and Mr. Thompeon saw them late in Janu- the snow continued freer for Bornehours. welfare will be pleased to know that

the next month ventured upon a similar ary last year, when they were able to dig .-Electrical Review.In ANDREW GIBSON
feast, and with the same success. down in the mow and find grass enoughto

George William Curtis in Harper's Maga keep them fat. During a blizzard a French Insane Asylum. St Lucie House Keeps the finest oysters to be found in

zine. they would lie down in a group with I The expressions of insanity, however T1tus! ,'ille,

LiftingThousand rounds. their backs to the wind, and let the mow varied their form, are not interesting to
drift over them. The snow and their the unless indicationsof AND SERVED IN STYLE TO SUIT PATEOS3.O .
specialist they give FLA.
To lift 1,000 pounds on the health lift INDIAN RIVER, -
'
remarkable woolly coats kept them perfectly com a mood differing from those character- -
is feat for
no very a personof fortable. In January, 1884, one of the izing a mental state already classed. Plain and Fancy Cake made to order.
sufficient
average strength, giving cows calved in the prairie, where "Aubertin the Having been refurnished is now openedfor
open would-be murderer of M.
Baker's Bread hand.
time for few months to
daily a practice.Mr. always on
the thermometer registered 38 degs. be- guests under the managementof
Jules
Ferry, belongs to the common
Blaikie learned in this the very
way at low zero, and both cow and calf survivedand class of which the larger half of his its old proprietor and Also a first-class Barber shop attached.
lift
of 17 to 1,000 after
age pounds only did not appear to suffer. family of insane is composed-the owner. Meals at all hours; from 5 a. m. to Up.m.
six months' practice. Those who preferto gen- Parties tlesirnf to leave on morning mu
"It that this is
seems to me an important -
eral paralytics. The symptoms are easily this.
lift an actually measured weight will boats and backs will please note
question for tho farmers of the north distinguished. Come and see for [Paine [
find it necessary to adopt some such planas J as. Prop.St. .
west, and the national government oughtto "
yourself, said the professor, who had
employed by Topham, preparing
was COOPERAGESyrup
framework to bear the and take measures for the encouragementof I spied four women under the guidance ofa Lucie, Florida. PIONEER
a weight
the raising of buffalo stock. An ordi- before the window. We
nurse passing
in its midst to lift the Barrels $2.25.
standing eo as
nary cowhide is worth $3. but it is useless met them as they entered the hall.
.
Passenger Department.DeBARY
weight by means of symmetrically attached extra.
robe while buffalo Gauged to order ten cents
as a an "
' For the average "Well, where are you going? he asked
straps. body cannot hide is worth $10 and, as a robe is almost and Repairing.C. .
when at all aslant, bear such a weight as one of them. "To fetch the soup, answered & PEOPLE'S LINE Wheelwrighting
indispensable m the northern clio
the woman addressed, with a
1,000 pounds. mate. The buffalo sheds its woolly hair O. B.
' Whether such exercise is good for the slight hesitation of speech. Now STEA1WEB.S.L .
whole deal once a year. This wool is easily gath- watch her walk," said the professor to Honey barrels and Oval Water Breaker
t body as a depends a good on afr'
the opportunities which a man has for ered, and it works up well into a coarse me as the little procession moved on. I from $2.00 up.
abnormal of I yarn. One animal will yield ten to noticed the same incertitude of motion as
correcting an development twelve pounds of raw wool. At onetime Tanksand
of speech. Those are the
the muscles of other symptoms
lifting by means ex-
there were factories for the manufacture whereby to distinguish the general WORK to order
-
ercises, increasing the development of paralytic all kinds of COOPER
of buffalo wool but they have
whether his illness manifests itself
Other muscles and wellas
giving activity as T. JOHXSOX
disappeared with the buffalo. The K ool
under the form of hypochondria, melancholia -
to the frame. Richard A. Florida-
strength -
of the hybrid animal becomes darker and LaGrange, : :
Proctor. i mania, monomania furor, hallucination City of Jacksonville
finer, and the buffalo in ,
hump disappears j or softening of the brain.- "
Georgian and Circassian. the mixed breed. The animal itself becomes Paris Cor. New York Post. CAPTAIN w. A. SHAW. '

The Georgian has a beauty quite different hardihood more and docile is though better retaining milker than its I Daily Jacksonville except Saturday. ROCK LEDGE,
a The Horse Car of Rns,la.
, from that of the Circassian. The Cir
cassian is dazzling queen like and stately. the pure buffalo. This cross breeding At :Moscow and St. Petersburg the BL B. Plant, Indian River Florida
affords wide for stock ,
She has a fair skin. She is elegant in "a York opportunity Tribune.The street cars are similarly constructed to CAPT. I. C. HALL, ,
form. Sho is kindly and gentle in voice, raisers. -New. those in Paris, but are a little larger.

. but lazy in movement and without spirit. j i They are almost as long as the passenger Daily from Sanford except Sunday. Winter Homes etc.
One of her own sex has said: "There is Most Decorated Mao. coach on a steam road-have double
It would be difficult to who is the I ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER. ,
no soul in a Circassian beauty; and as say I decks, or two stories and accommodate

she pillows her pure, pale cheek upon her most decorated man of Europe. Each of !j' over sixty Iktsse'ers: without crowding. Schedule-May 29, 1W. Building Lots centrally locatedin

. small dimpled hand, you feel no inclina- the three emperors and the royal sover- I A stairway winds up at the rear of the
tion to her into exertion eigns of Europe average fifty grand to the seats above .OC'.H. LASUISGB. NUETB.Lease. .
arouse ; you are j cars leading long over Arrne.
i Rock Ledqe,
contented to look upon her and to con- crosses, with their respective appendages., which is a wooden roof or canopy, and 3,0: pm.. Jacksonville 6:0: a m
Aside from the sovereigns and princes, I 7:00 m Tocoi Le.ve.OO : Four' 4Te
template her loveliness. The Georgianis the passengers have the privilege of a p With or without Orange Trees.
A creature with eyes like meteors and I should think the most decorated man seat in the breeze above or in the in- 9iO: pm IolIestou palatka -- 110 120: ; p a tu m minutes'walk from Stores, Port land one: *
I I II pm. and Hotels. Also other
teeth almost as dazzling as her eyes. Her must be either Count Andrassy the : closure below, the latter being like the 11:00: pm. Welaka 10:10 p m Call on or address the owner,
former chancellor of Austria, the station 12:00 m d t Georgetown 9:10 pm
I or : -
mouth does not wear the sweet and unceasing interior American street cars. Eight: Fla.
smile of her less vivacious rh"aLBut I master of -. a well known water- : horses are used when there is anonon 2:5. ::;:o a am.m olusia\tor 1:5 1:10 pm1 p 10 S. RYDER, Rock Ledge,

the proud expression that sits upon ing place. The latter receives an average i the ground, four of them being hitched :- ;) a. m DeI.and Landing 5.00 pm NO AGEXTS.Important .
of three minor crosses annnally, depending 5W am Blue Spring -1:15 p m -

finely arched lips accords so well with abreast. In the summer four horses, two Arrive

her stately form and lofty brow that you s mainly on the number of abreast, do the pulling. Three men run 8:00.m Enterprise 20 p m
do not seek to change its character. i! sovereigns and princes visiting the place; the car-a conductor, a driver and a man 9:0': a UI anrord. City Wharf 1::>0 p mI !
I 9:30; am" Sanford H. F. R. R. I:U p m to All
station masters
Home Journal. physicians, police commissioners who rides the off horse hitched in the

and others are in many instances rear. The driver rings a bell I Co'.Frtlo.-At Tocoi with St. Johns Railroad;

Origin of Color DUndDebs. I remunerated for their services ously, and when any one (,continu.1 II at Palatka uith Florida Southern Ea.lway;at R Hea
with crosses much as the tun with H. John's and Halifax River Railroad;
: very gatekeeper the track in clots
of color blindness lies cross but
That the origin at .\>tur with M- Johus and Lake Euntia Railway; in
in the brain, and not in the eye, has been : of the castle of Chillon receives a rings more vigorously and rails in several I I at DeLand Lan : shilling from every visiting Englishman. languages.. The fare is usually twentykoj !! Railroad; at Blue Spring with B. S., O. C. and A. and ererj
suggested by Professor Ramsay. While | Ernst von Hesse Wartegg in The Cea1 Railway; at Enterprise with A. C., St. J. & I P. Florida is the Orange crop.
engaged ia teaching in Brooklyn some 1 ecks, which is about ten cents.: The I Railroad, for 'iituaville; at Sanford with trains of secure a tvariety ood
the principal of a school in- tury. street cars in Russia are not old institu- the S. F. Rai'ro-id! for Tampa; at Tampa with tbe one should endeavor to
years ago steamer :MARGARET of the Plant Meamxhip Line, P&
bisted in treating every case of the sort A naIl in MormonJoin. tions and are net very liberally patronized. fur PoinU on lam pa Bay and Manatee River; also of orange in planting 1 ; a

as dependent on the will of the pupil. Utah Mother (to daughter You will Philadelohia Times.lie with tbe Plant Steamship Line steamships fruit it"shaft
such
OLIVETTE and XlAMXlTTE for Key West and To do this and get
His remedy was the rod. This certainly i probably meet young Mr. Brigham at the Havana every Monday and Thursday arriving at State
Painted the Town.
seemed a tyrannical and unwarranted I ball to-night, dear.DaughterYes Key West Tuesday and Friday, and Havana Wed taken premiums at many ot our
favorableto i Jinks has been out the night before ne dav and Saturday. Retailing, leaves Havana
result
treatment, but the was Ilk'lmn13.V'tah
and is late at his desk. Employer every Wednesday and Satu"day. Fairs and at the New BE'
that thor- Mother And must be
his theory. Is it possible a you aa
ough examination will ultimately demon- pleasant as possible. :Mr. Brigham i? the (sternly)-Well? C. HALE General, Passenger Agent: DeBary Line sition. buy your trees from C- tf

strate that the fault lies very largely in most desirable parti of the season; he has Jinks-Not very sir.-New York Evening w. M. DAVIDSON & Son Kockledgc, Fla. 2

tlio shiftless methods of observation only one wife, you know.-The Epoch. Sun. General Traffic Agent, People's Line. gruder



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THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, MARCH 15 1888. 3



NEW DISCOVERIES
Chemical lUproduction of the Valuable air of various temperatures, and to this i1ij

Principles In Natural Product effect are ascribed numerous collisions Dealer in

It will be a long time before the farmer between vessels having powerful fog

himself supplanted by the chemical signals.-Arkansaw Traveler.A i
finds GEORGIA PINE LUMBER
laboratory in the production of such commodities I
Canal ,
Big-
as sugar, tea, alcohol, drugs and Project.
stuffs, though sanguine chemists tell A scheme for constructing canal deep I, ,, .
dye Of all kinds Dressed and Undressed.
that the recent triumphs of their science enough for transatlantic steamers, from
us indicate the probability that these the sea to the city of Brussels, Belgium,

and other articles will some day be prof. has been submitted to the city council Shingles Ceiling Lath Mouldings Lime Brick Etc. Etc. r '

itably produced from purely inorganic The company will undertake to finish the ,
materials. Synthetic chemistry, or the work, and begin running steamers from

forming of compounds by recombinations Brussels to New York within three years TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. : ;
,
from the data of the concession.
of chemical elements, is making -Foreign
iteady progress, and has already affected Letter. All Large Orders Filled with Dispatch. Yard and Office near J. T. & K. W. Railway Depot.F. mTITUSVTTiTiT

agriculture.Mr. ENGLISH SHOPWALKERS.The .
.Robert Hugh Mills, in a recent lecture G. HUCKABAY. F. T. BUDGE. It'UC
attention to the fact that the
called I
Duties of These Persons and How -
cultivation of madder has been almost destroyed They Carry Themselves. yBUDGrE

by the chemical discovery that its It would appear that the draper has always ,

identical coloring matter can be cheaplyproduced been a convenient individual to Agen.'ta fOr

from coal tar. The productionof make a joke, and the shopwalker especially
indigo is also threatened by an artificial has come in for a huge share of the

discovered.production A while which ago the it chemists was found have attention is because of the many duties writers.of this Whether individual it : THE LAFLIN & RAND POWDERCOMPANY.. }-li

that the cinchona tree could be profitably make it necessary for him to be a modelof

industry planted in was India believed, and to a fine have new opened field for of is cleanliness because he and occupies politeness such, a or conspicuous whetherit ORANGE RIFLE POWDER 251b. kegs $5; 12Mb kegs $2.75; 6Jlb kegs $1.8O; ti', .

the farmers of that country. Scores of position that he receives so much attention CREEDMOOR : 6Jlb kegs $1.50; ORANGE DUCKING: 6Jlb kegs $3.00. \ !
however, have been at work .
chemists,
J
I it is hard to say; but certainly in
upon the synthesis of quinine, and their all of the TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. I'R.
researches have advanced so far that the concerns any magnitude shop : :
walker plays a very important part, and --

the prediction manufacture is now confidently of the principle made that of to the him rules is of intrusted the establishment.the carrying In out some of J. BI: : R. :Nr B A. U 1\.1.1: ,

quinine will soon be a commercial success !
houses, where the business is not large

and that of cinchona the planting These will chemical become enough to keep shopwalkers and buyers, TIT UST"ILLE, FLA. f fo
a thing past. It is usual for the latter to undertake the
of the valuable
reproductions principles duties of shopwalker and buyer; but in -
inherent in natural products are often the largest houses the buyers have sufficient i
easier to handle and utilize than the products FURNITURE STORE.
buying and marking to do to employ
from which they have hitherto been their whole time, and then the shop 1<
and thus the of ONE MORE HOLIDAY.
derived, tendency manufactures walker's duties are strictly confined to
is to substitute artificial for one routine.

natural sources of supply.The As a rule he is the one to open the shop
problem of sugar making from in. and see that the "squadders" are all in Froscher
organic materials has engaged some their various departments at the proper A. Over Coats. "

chemists for a number of years. The time and that the dusting of the various
Fischer and Tafelis Men's Suits.
synthesis of glucose by departments is properly attended to. PROPRIETOR.

said to promise an ample supply of After an interval for breakfast the shop
Youth's Suits.Children's
without the aid of .
this commodity grapesor "
walker is found "on the boards, wherehe
starch. Two years ago some German will remain all day, with the exception Suits.And .
announced that had
chemists they pro. of the interval for meals. In a large

sugar duced,saccharose by passing, the an equivalent electric of current cane concern it requires all the tact and sagacity Parlor Suites all other Goods in proportion. I am now making room for Sum-
of the shopwalker to see that caeh ,
through a mixture of starch, sulphuricacid mer Goods, and will sacrifice a nice line of Goods in order to make
;
customer is properly served, and there is
and water. Nothing has yet been the room. Call and examine my NICE AND SELECT GOODS.
very little time for him to stand at
heard of the commercial value of this
door and bow to all the carriages as his Bed Room Suites
and there is to -0-
new product, no reason .I
compeer did in Queen Anne's time. A
think it will prove a dangerous rival to clever shopwalker is: always on the alertto
J BJEI..N""BA: :: UL\.t.I: :
the sweets we derive from the cane and ,
take up "scraps, and in very many
the beet. Some sugar growers, however, Beds Mattresses
instances he is successful in making a
have been prophesying for years that THE ONE PRICE CLOTHIER
sale where an assistant has failed to do
would to ruin the ,
something happen
so. And this is often not because of the

fresh sugar industry, and their alarm receives ability of the assistant, but for the reason j Springs Second Door East of Indian River Bank TITUSYILLE FLORIDA.
impetus every new discoverylike
of an additional argument in favor of the _
that of Remsen's saccharine, an exceedingly ------------- ----- --- -- -- --- ------
article from purchase. During the busy part of the
Rweet produced day it requires no little amount of
coal tar. The day may come when pro. energyon And everything in the FURNITUREline. TITUSVILLE CASH STORE
the part of the shopwalker to see that ,
cesses of sugar making by the use of inorganic the counters are kept clear, as he knows Call and see the New Stock
materials will affect the
; seriously that it is utterly impossible for customersto just received. REED & STEERE
but there is ,
sugar planter, no reason as
be satisfactorily served when the
believe that his will
yet to industry soon
counters in muddle.An .
be Legislation imperiled. has intervened in important are a part of his duties, too, is BEAUTIFUL RIVER FRONT Is Acknowledged Headquarters for

some to see that the right assistants serve the
places to protect the dairy farmer against
most important customers. By long experience .
where this is A'I'FORCED Fine Groceries..L.L
oleomargarine even product
the shopwalker soon finds out.
honestly sold as artificial butter. It is I
which are the "tabs" among his customers -
not to be expected that in many cases SALE.
and these are handed over to the ON HAND. Y
where science with desirablesubstitute
us a
supplies cleverest of his assistants, some of whomare
for any product the law can ALSO
capable of encountering the vilest
be invoked the world
successfully to keep "tabs" that come into a shop. As a rule 36i acres of high dry land, beautifully
from reaping the benefit of increasing customers know pretty well what they situated on Indian River. Gives at leasta :Italia: VI.1.1.n: Paints: : ;

knowledge. Future discoveries may want, but in exceptional cases there are quarter mile river front. Will be soldat bite Load :E.eroscn.e :
compel the farmer to cease raising some people who enter drapery shops whose least 50 per cent. less than any land ,

produce by which he has thrived or to minds have to be made up for them, andit of like nature on the river. We are Raw and oilod Y.inseed: : Oil: J.
change and improve his methods of agriculture requires no little amount of tact to deal ordered to sell, and sell we must.
; but it is certain that the tillersof Cotton toed HVTooJLTilno and Bran. -
with such individuals without
getting
Address or call on
soil will continue to the chief
supply the "swap." But to their credit be it Grain Food and
resources of food and apparel.NewYork said, there are saleswomen and salesmenin Clian. I). Sweet, EJa.y"

Sun. the drapery trade who are capable of Manager Fer'tl.11.zers.

making a sale to the most cantankerous
an Old Lepend. *
Verifying
Readers of the saga of the Burned individual and that not l'y any set Indian River Real Estate Agency, Full : of Na.:1.1.s.:

Njal, translated by Sir George Dasent, method, but by treating his customers TITUSYILLE. FLA. 25 REED & STEERE.
their several weaknesses, in .
cannot have' forgotten the terrible con according to I-

clusion, the burning of old "jal's house something the same manner as Sam WM. H. SHARPE ALL GOODS GUARAN'I'EED.
with all his family. This deed was almostthe Slick treated his horses-by "soothingthe ,

last of a series of man slayings, the fractious ones, encouraging the timid Agents for Bowker and Davidge Fertilizers. I Ii

result of an Icelandic vendetta or blood ones and" lathering tho sulky ones like REAL ESTATE AGENTFOR i -- -- -
feud. The date was about the time of blazes.
the conversion of Iceland to Christianity, The last method will hardly commend eYork Charleston and Florida
that conversion having been rather incomplete itself to most people, but it often happensthat Clyde's

so far. Now people have often it is necessary to speak very sharplyto CITY POINT.Lands ,

asked whether this event, so renownedin some customers before they can be got sold on long time with interest, or Steamship X-,In.e.
when
to make their minds. And the
history, ever took place. Accordingto up on the lease system, or for cash.
Nature, a member of the Icelandic I assistant has used every effort* without and and cared for The Elegant Steamers of this Line are appointed to sale
Archaeological Society has excavated the I avail, the word is jxissed "sign. and this Lands cleared planted,
site brings the shopwalker to the fore, and if desired ; by contract or otherwise.
assigned to Bergthorsholl, Njal'sbouse FROM JACKSONVILLE
then both try their lnst, and it is almost ,
by tradition. lie found at a certain
sale will be effected. Refer to E. M. Breese, Detroit, Mich.; Mar. 8th 1:00
depth the ashes of a burned house certain that the SEMINOLE, (New) Thursday, p m
and also curious lumps of a fatty Tales of dodges of shopwalkers with Jno. C. Norwood, Titusville, Fla.; B. W. CHEROKEE, (New). Thursday, Mar. 15th, 6:00 a m
Owe Va.
Tazewcll Court House, ;
substance. these "tabs" are numerous. One very common and J. Stras, SEMINOLE, (New).Thursday,Mar. 22d, 12:00 noon
Being analyzed, provedto
dress fabrics is and A. Becker, Montreal, Canada, for Mar. 29th 5:30
be fckyr, a kind of buttermilk, apparently practice in selling to CHEROKEE, (New). Thursday, a m
made
I have
each four five chairs in whom groves.
put a piece on or
which had the action of
fire. undergone a casual manner as if to show them to FB..C>J.W: FEB.N ANDJN: A,
Now the saga expressly Bays that
the beat advantage and to barricade the Sunday AfternoonAfter
Every
pailfuls skyr were thrown by tho
that she can't well bolt LAKE
women of the house on tho fire in the customer so very JfORTH, arrival of the
attempt to extinguish it. This confirma- without making a purchase. Another

tion is very curious, if not, perhaps, very very common practice, and which is frequently Florida Railway and Navigation Co.'s Train
cogent.-London Daily Kews.ra.in successful, is to put aside the LOTS FOR SALE in the New Townof
articles there is a difficulty in selling, Lake Worth fronting on the watersof Leaving Jacksonville at 2:45 p. in.
and show something: else, returning to the lake of that name. so well known
Children for Everything. the first article at a convenient time.- for its mild climate. tropical scenery,and DELAWARE Sunday. Mar. 4th YEMASaEC SunJay. Mar. 25th
Three young ladies were walking down Journal. splendid hunting and fishing. VEMASSEEDELAWAUE! f'und&y.hr.. lltb I I
and
Warehousemen Drapers' .
Sunday, Mar. 18th |
Woodward avenue the other day, the The undersigned have: at last: yieldedto
damsel in the middle talking volubly ina the pressure and consented to throw steamers arc appointed to sail from I'ier 29, East hirer New York

very audible tone. She said: I The Scandinavian Way. open their land. to settlers. To do this Every Tuesday and Friday at 3 o'clock, P. M. '
"Why, they arc paid for everything. There is an American custom that the we have divided our lands into lots convenient -

They got $100 each for not having their Swedes do not seem to take to very kind I for business lots winter home?. The freight and. >asiMis(.r accommodations un' un*urpal" cd. Every attention will l>e

ears pierced; $100 each for not becomingengaged I ly. This is the custom oftreating.." I villas or :groves, and will sell at pricesto given business entrusted from tothU New line.York via Clyde's Florida Line I'ier29. Last luver.
until they are 21, and when the The Swede is too thrifty to find delight suit purchaser of the most limited Direct For further all shipments information apply to
rest of I and for"booze" 11)(>:\IIS. .*. \. I.F.SUE.gocot..
the family went abroad and didn't I in paying over over again j. \ :'TE.UgCllt.
:
I The above lands are situated near the Fernandina, }'l\. ti+ W. laySU Jacksonville. t la.
take cried which else will have the
she and It'sf some
-, got $100. i I THEO. G. EGKU. Tutus Manager, WM. P. fLYDE & CO. .TVL AGTs.,
100 for this and a $100 for that all tho benefit--cr curse-of. "No," fays a Inlet on a beautifnily-rbing plain: on 35 Broadway. X. Y. 12 South Wharves Philadelphia Irroatlway. N. Y. tF
tone. Then there is their brother. lIe's I! gentleman, who has lived in a section of I! the \vo.t shore of the famous vleof Lake I M. IKUNMONGEU Jr.. General Traveling Ageiit. Jacbonv le. Florid

delicate, Abu know. and he hl't$1 a day :: Minnesota thickly populated with Scandinavians 'I tile Worth lake, commanding for miles, of a the superb Inlet, and of Since last season VENTILATORS have teen constructed on the iron steamers for the

for not fating dessert $1day forgoing :: "the average Swede or Norwegian I parsing vessels on the Atlantic. .1' better transportation of Oranges and Vegetables. ;
to Uil o'clock and when he is stands treat like! an Ameri- ,
at 9 never -
and -- --
!.I :The land is highu and dry, repays} -- -- -
sick he gets *2 a day for taking his xnediuu : can. TI1Cha\' c', however what wo :; cultivation abundant yield) of I' land.
by an raised Iiijrli pine
on
and IJmes
? And bjHMid money! Vt'liy, girls, : Americans: living among thJl1u: to ( most varieties ut tropical fruit and Orange"*' Lemons Olives! PerMmmons, (''ucoanutPeaches, Figs, Pears,
rtsjust awful! They spend wore in : call a Swede treat.' that is, every man vegetables grown in this section. Pineapples I Guavas:, Pomegranate, Almonds

*-," and they passed out of car shot.- : pays for his own tirink. A dozen of them etc.. are now yielding line crops Sapodilla Plums Grains

Detroit Free Press. will come up to the bar together and ,Ion this landithont lertilizlng. +I INDIAN RIVER NURSERIES.
drink in unison, and with the best of I r Now is the time to select) choice lots. 1

One of the &.a'. Danger feeling prevailing all around, but when I I Call upon us and see plat. 1I I "".Roses, Poincianas Hibiscus Allamandas Catalpas, ou'ardiuJesnmines,

A curious acoustic phenomenon, sometimes it comes to settling every one of them I For prices and description apply to I Eucalyptus Euphorblas.I .

observed at sea, has been termed goes to the bottom of his pocket for the I I MAILED FREE. TERMS CASH.
by 1t Fizeau, the mirage of sound," price of the liquor he has personally ab Emaiiiiel E Heyser or Allen? EBeyser CATALOGUE
from its analogy to certain well known sorbed. That's a 'Swede treat.' "-Pioneer I I Luke Worth, Fla. I JOHN B. BEACH, Indian Hirer Nurseries, East Melbourne, Fla.

phenomena of lifiht. The sound waves Press "Listener."



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4 ._ ._ THE F R D.si .AR, THURSDAY l, MAR. 15, 18SS. __ _



THE FLORIDA STAR. I scene- to look eastward down the long avenue i Immigration Call. 1 ANOTHER EXPEDITION TO START f AN--ALLEGED--MIRACLE.A --- --

fringed with tropical trees, and view The citizens of Brevard county are requested FOR THE REGION OF ICE.

PUBLISUED EVERY- THURSDAY.. the river, bathed in sunlight, in the dis- to meet at Hill's Hall, Cocoa, 'I Comraiv.lon Appointed Investigate.by the }'o... ta

ELLIS B. WAGER Editor and Miste tance. We met several of our prominent' Fla.at 10 o'clock Wednesday, March i They Cummins Will Start Summer From-If the Scandinavia Expedition the Ii I, ST. Loris Ma, March: .-This wee-
citizens, who were there for the Vicar General Brady and Fathers Zei'fer

81.: O per Annum. of inspection, and there were many expressions 21st, for the purpose of taking such stepsas t Successful Much Valuable Scientific In- | Vandersanden. May and Coffey will sit as a"

of delight and surprise at the are necessary to raise funds, to be paid formation Will lie Gathered. I II ?ommission, by authority of the pope, to m-
into the
Entered at the POll Office at Titutville at NEW YORK, March to.-An Arctic expedition quire authenticity of a suppn ,j
Second-Clots Matter. eight,. few of our new settlers being I Ia"'are into the treasury of the State Immigration -I I which has thus far not attracted much I niracle, with a view to the canonization of

of the existence of such rich land I Madam Rant of Pans, as: a saint ui
(Executive Committee,) Association, attention, although it may possibly produce I Crtholic chunh.jlevenyearold In N :: the
24 Cu.Bakewell
Inch In
\ Is
SQUARE one space; squares vicinity th.
and in the immediate -
tropical scenery I! valuable scientific results is to
some going
make a column. for the purpose sending agent to the : : daughter of JudBstewe ,
:
advertising rates enquire of the Editor of Titusville This property has start fron Scandinavia this coming summer. I af the court of appeals was lnjtacitlou

always enclosing atwo cent stamp. been cut up into five acre lots, whichare States, North and West, with printed The interior of Greenland is almost un- I I ,lured it iv claimed, of a chronic case of hip ly

THE STAR is the OFFICIAL newspaperfor held at very reasonable figures. In addition matter, provided by said Executive Com- 'known. As far as the expl<,.'"eN have ,I ji of dnnn Iknown as Madame coxnlqia, by laying a pie
hitherto been able I horn by: Beret in her
i to penetrate it has been lit,
Brevard county.THIS to the work already done, the own mittee, for distribution among the thrif- I :on the diseased limb, and offering
I j found covered with ice and snow, although I prtjer*

s PAPER maybe w me at epe : ers propos to cut a good ditch between ty, practical citizens of the less favored ;
Adv Tt1 tngRnreau(103prnceSt.P. '.whp .ft(1Yf'rilclnjJwntra.cta New 1 i eacH five acres. Each lot has a frontageof sections of country than our Florida. I i interior there is a part of the I.: though two or morning the best wholly doctors of restored St. al
may Le made for It 1 Y lW EW YORK.The back !1 free from ice and Whether I II lows
----- -- ------ 330 feet on the avenue and 'runs All that is necessary to fill up our vacant country snow. I i had pronounced her incurable. The child blOW
Star has the Largest circulationof 660. The opening of this land and l this be true will probably be ascertained by Mrs. 0. Monroe, of DeSotoI0
any paper on the East coast of Fla. up ; lands that are of good quality for i t ,this expedition, which is expected to give to I I and has been in 1 effect health since. Maiame

-- -r its sale in small parcels, offers an opportunity making desirable homes, is to inform i the scientific world much valuable information I Baret wa the founder of the Sacred

'A New Era. for our business men to secure and impress upon the mind of practical II in geology, botany, zoology; and meteo I I I Heart in Pari and dial i some twenty odd
land within walking ( I I fears ago.
rich suitable for groves _
time in her history has Titus- men the many advantages of our Flor- rology.
At
no
distance of town, and so easy of access ida in of climate of Among efforts that have before been made I Explosion in a l'artrldgeat'torr..
point productions
yule and her future seemed foIO full of BRIDGEPORT, Conn., March ..
that they can give it their personal: to explore the interior of Greenland may be -An explosion -
good promise as at present During the :soil: schools, churches, superior society, 5 mentioned the two expeditions of Count I with fatal results occurred this morning -
supervision at frequent intervals with formed from well-to-do and well-in-1! ; j t at th works of tho Union Metallic Cartridge
have in
month several new enterprises Nordenskjold 187 and 1883, and those of
past very little loss of time or neglect of busi- the j company, in this city. The accident
launched which will be effective formed people, who have selected Flor- Americans, Hayes and Perry, in 1S50
bern very xvurred in a small building
for
This will have far- and 1$7 his mixingulminate.
ness. enterprise a homes respectively. Nordenskjold on
ida for their
on account. of the [ The
the building
in was blown
promoting permanent pros- last expedition was accompanied by two to
perity of our town, and .. Attracting reaching effect upon the future of Titus- many advantages over other States, and Finlanders, with their skis, a kind of snow- items, and Henry Becker its only occupant

share of those who are ville. The practical demonstration which to herald to the world that Florida is the shoe variety similar to the American toboggan it the time, was hurled into the air and f.Ili
this point a good these gentlemen have given us of what about three yards long and four or five shapeless m several feet away. Becker
the States in "great out-door sanitarium of America. had been employed by the
throughout
prospecting inches broad. When the rest of the expedi- company several
be done in the of
can opening
search for homes. way up Surgeon-General Hammond reports the tion was unable to, penetrate any further years, his duty being to carry the fulminate
the famous Turnbull Hammock at a from the mixing: room to the priming
these room.
their
skis left the
Laps and
on
The ice is now completed, and death rate of Illinois as 1 to 479 party,
factory
persons; He was thirty-five of and
slight expense will not be lost, and we in fifty-seven hours they advanced about years age leaven a
begins to manufacture its product this predict that the work so well begnn will that of Florida 1 to 1,446 persons. Sur- double the distance that had been covered by widow and one child. The cause of the explosion

week. Thisls aniDstit'ution much neededin geon-General Lawson, upon this subject, the expedition in twenty-seven days. is unknown.
be taken others and this.fine: bodyof
by
thiskc oDund.ViJlgi a new,,impe- up writes thus: "Indeed, the statistics in Altogether; they penetrated lib miles from Million* Involved.CoLrxuIA .
fertile .land will be made acces\ble\ to the
border of the glacier about half the dis-
S. C. March
7.-It
to our already thriving-fish' industry the Bureau demonstrate the fact that has been
tus
* and become the substantial support of tance. The present expedition is going to beheaded the custom for years to build railroad' in
and afford an opportunity to ship cheaplyto I the diseases' which result from malaria by a young Norwegian scientist. Mr. South Carolina almost
Titusville. The project of a good road entirely by county
distant points and create new marketsin I are of a much milder type in the Peninsula Trith, of Namen, a present conservator of and township subscriptions. Many huaIreds -
through the hammock as far as the county the museum of Bergen, Norway. Mr. Nan-
.
this line. The main obstacle in developing I of Florida than in any other Statein of thousands of dollars of township
line should be taken up at once, and sen is an expert skilober and an able scienti bonds hive Teen issued under this system.
this business to greater proportions the Union. In remittent fever cases t. He will associate with himself three or rue majority of these! bonds held
effort it im- are outside
no spared to through
heretofore has been the high cost of obtaining carry among the troops serving in the United four of the best skilobers he can get, and ")f the state, many ia New York. JuJoN
mediately. If this important work were among those selected are one or two of those .
ice on account of having to purchase States Army, there is 1 death to 30 in Norwegian soldiers who last fall visitedAmerica >rton, of the circuit court, has just Jt.'CH"jtl
completed, we predict that many home- at MicU trails are unconstitutional, aiu
at a distance and pay high rates seekers who at present go southward the Northern Division, 1 to T>4 in the to participate in the Chicago show :hat the tav :o pay the interest are illegal

for transportation. It is hoped that those Southern ; 1 to 122 in California, 1 to encampment. tad cannot he 'ol1t'f.tc.l. The qui-tion W iiiIH t
would, if the advantages of this location While all the other .
gentlemen who have been so enterprisingas 73 in Texas, while in Florid-i it i is but expeditions have started ";u i'if i t > the state sapr.lns court :aiitltj
were placed before them, remain with us. from the Danish colonies on the west side of .Joutltlt the Unittil States*su1>reme..olrt.
to erect their factory here may meet 1 to 278. In short, it may be asserted Greenland, Mr. Nansen's intention is to start
We predict that before another
with such encouragement as they deserve year without fear of refutation ,that Floridapossesses ; from the east side from some place in the An Iowa Collision.
d+ rolls round, a hundred new families neighborhood of Cape Dan, about t>6 degrees
MARSHALLTOWX Iowa
much March 8.-A serfS -
and that a a more agreeable and
: they may reap* .proper. would gain a"l livelihood between here north latitude, where he expects to get :> collision between a wild freight and a
return for their ifiv stmeht. healthful climate than any other Stateor ashore from some Norwegian sealer. He
and Aurantia, and do their trading at regular freight train, on the Iowa Central
A marine railway! ,,capable of handling Territory in the Union." ,The, blending thinks the expedition in that way, will be railroad took place early yesterday morning
TitusvilJe and that number couldbe
; forced to fulfill its
once
learners tile 'size of thb Rockledge, or of the tropical climate of South Florida journey, as there will about two miles north of Hampton. The
secured, their success and satisfaction : hardly be a possibility of returning, the only engineers and firemen of both engine*
is assured fact and we are informed with the rich, responsive sand-loam population on the east side
larger, an in their news home would be such being some Esqui jumped, and were but slightly injured. Two
negotiations are already on foot soil, upon which almost: allan l every maux, whose village are anything but brakeman named Ferguson and Williams
as to insure, in the next few to the abodes.
i years charming Another advantage of
of the plant. of value can be -cereals were seriously injured, and both will pi ol*
the crop
for purcha necessary groun ,
business, men of Titusville, the, trade of his arrangement is that he will not then need liiv die. Both engines and seventeen cuwere U
This is an Icnterpmo'that will be an immediate well oand grave, vines and root crops: to-wit : Irish to cross the continental glacier more than badly wrecia.lussia's .
as as populous a neighborhood -
benefit to the town, and keep i and sweet potatoes, cabbage, eggplants g- once, while the former expeditions, in case of
could be found in the
as anywhere success, would have had to return the same
much money here that has formerly been beans tomatoes, celery, etc.-for they had advanced. National II>'inn.
Stnte."e the way
cannot too strongly
urge
The Russian '
national anthem -God
paid out for labor el.-e\\here. The repairs importance of the construction at once the Northern markets in the early spring, The whole distance from coast to coast is Protect the Czar," was first performedat ,

made on the steamer Kockledse last sum- of a 'good county road northward fromTitusville enables us to realize from $100 to $3UO explorers about four advance hundred twelve miles,to and fifteen supposing miles the the Grand theatre, Moscow, in December

mer cost! the owners something over a per acre, net profit. a 1833. Previous to this there had
as far as the county line. As day a very small run for a skilober-about
thousand dpllars. With the fleet of steamers we said at the outset of this article, the The real staple crop of South Florida thirty days will be needed for crossing. been no national hymn in Russia, and
the contented themselves
\0iich ply Indian River, consists of They will take with them necessary czars usually
now upon citrus fruit provisions
]lemons
*
outlook oranges, "
than ,
vas never more promising for about two mouths, and these, with "God Save tho King. -Detroit
several thousand dollars are spent annu- at present=: and its our belief that the limes, etc. In many instances oranges together with the necessary scientific instru- Free Press.

ally for repairs, all of which can be kept entire State, especially the Indian River bring from $:)00 to 81000 per acre, and, ments, change of clothes, sleeping bags, andso ,

here if the projectors of this new enter- in some instances $tOOO forth, they will hive to draw on sleds and Paris Gloomy Apartment
country, and particularly Titusville, is : over net profit, toboggan '
Ic has
been ascertained that, free as
prise carry their plans into execution? on the eve of a new era of unprecedented: per acre. Mr. G. S. Hardee fertilized his The necessary financial support will be light and air are, there are over 27,000

The erection of a new and commodious prosperity. grove by penning 200 head of cattle on given the explorers by Mr. Gamel, a coffee families in the city of Paris inhabiting

hotel upon the magnificent lot in the - ,- it for a few weeks. He has three acres, merchant of Conenhagea apartments having no other openings

rear of the present Titus House is no A Floating Hotel. from which numbers of his boarders will Americans Attacked Abroad. than a door, and that at least CO.OO

longer a question. ,A large portion of the By the enterprise of the Jacksonville, testify, he i is gathering from 12 to 15 LONDON, :March Dispatches from Tangier celhus.-families-in the city Herald.of London reside iaChicago

lumber is already on the ground, and boxes of state that Moorish officials at that place
Tampa and Key West Railway visitorsare oranges per tree, which will recently attacked the house of a protege of ---

Mr. Hutchinson intends to have the now enabled to find palatial quartersat pay him $3: per box net. Ile expects to the American consul The man made his XOTICE.

structure complete for the beginning of Lake Worth, on the lower Indian River net $7000 from the three acres. There escape and fled from the town but his familywere All having claims against! the
will be three violently hustled off to prison and their persons
next season. The building as that company have placed at Jupiter are just as good orange lands on the In- property confiscated. An American frigateis estate of Phineas D. \Vesxon, late of said

stories high and have sixty room It Inlet the large steamer Chattahoochee, dian River, that can be bought at $50 to expected to arrive at Tangier to reclaimthe Brevard county, Florida, decceosed, are

will command a fine ,'ieof the river, 'formerly plying on the St. Johns River, $100 per acre, from which there can be property and exact reparation. I hereby notified to present them properly
authenticated the Hon. Minor S.Jones,
to
its share ol
attract !
and will certainly to serve as a floating hotel. Tourists and vegetables raised in among! the young Defalcation Concealed for Three Yean. I County Judge of said county, or to the

tourists, and be a great benefit to the sportsmen will find this a great accommo- trees that will pay $100 to $250 an acre HARRISBURG, Pa., :Mrach 7.-It has been undersigned, and all persons owing said

town and help to fill a long-felt want. dation, as hitherto this beautiful region, for several years. Bearing, paying groves discovered Treasurer Longnecker that during from the term of County : estate are required to make immediate
ItS
to
We need, however, a much larger house, by some considered the prettiest portionof arc established in seven to eight years.We there was a defalcation in his office amounting 1&s5.- :. payment to the undersigned, or this notice

and hope that the venture of Mr. "Hutch- the Indian River section, has sufferedfor have transportation by railway to $17XX). His successor, E. J. Jones, will be pleaded AGNES in: bar.M. \Vrsssos,

such a success as to inspire carried a shortage through his term endingon
inson may prove who want of proper hotel facilities. from Jacksonville to Titusville, and by January 1st, last, when George Grove 47-St Executrix.

some of the many capitalists The Hotel Chattahoochee i is able to accommodate -: steamboat to Rockledge. Unfortunately, became county treasurer and the truth came

visit our lovely river to erect a hotel that one hundred guests, has large I the officers of transportation companiesdo i out. Longnecker called upon his bondsmenwho Iii Circuit Court of the Sercnth Judicial .
will eclipse anything of the kind in this paid the money. The affair has created
investmentould and commodious staterooms, and the table not realize their true interests. Instead the greatest excitement in Harrisburg. Circuit of Flftr'nla, Jirerard ($nnly.

section. Such an certainly will be kept supplied with the oysters of extorting from immigrants and
for hotel in South Flor- A Virginia Village Iturned.NORFOLK. In Chancery, .I. I. 1888.
pay, every fish and game for which this part of settlers, the producers, high rates and Va. March 8.

ida has been tested to its utmost capacity the State is celebrated, and with all the freights, they should discriminate in mottling nearly, destroyed-the Fire vilhage yesterday of George M. Magrudervs. )

.
and the indications are that the com Deep Creek eight miles from }\
this
varieties their The
vegetables grown in this gar- favor-encourage the culture of city. II. Guy Mercer and
' ing winter will be unprecedented in its tire Parted in a furniture store and spread
den of Florida. vegetables and fruits. One immigrant, -\Iercer. his wife.) ForeclosureT.
rapidly to
flood of tourist adjoining buildings, sweeping Howard of
The fishing and hunting around Jupiter who establishes: a five-acre orange grove, away the various stores and dwel'ings! to the Knight > ,
J
an'l
Maud Knight, his Mortgage
The mo t important enterprise it has and L.ke"orth is unexcelled!, pompano furnishes more freight for transportationthan extreme outskirts of the town. The losses wife, and Thomas C. 1
been our lot to chronicle for a long timei HJV most severe on poor colored people wn
blue-fish, barracuta. sheephead and a large planter with his: 1000 acres had no ilburance their Knight and Emma E. >
i i is, in our opinion, the opening of a road on property. Knight, his wife.It J
of and
tarpon abounding in the river, while grain cotton, his thirty head of

to and the improvements made in the deer and wild turkey are plentiful in the mules, and his sixty negro laborers, with I I Marriage In Great Ilritain. appearing by the attldavit of the

hammock jut north of town. A few Britain seems to have arrived at complainant herein that the above named
woods their
pine and around the freshwater families, to harass one in the Middle a pointof nonresidents

weeks ago negotiations were completed lakes in the vicinitv. At Llkcrorth I States. The one-man five-acre grove her civilization similar to that reached respondents of the State are respectively of Florida and thai
by France when the
years ago increaseof
Messrs. Robbins and Graham
whereby very large cocoanut grove line the shores pays freight on :?OOOOO, pounds, which at native population begins diminishing- the addresses of the said T. HowaruKnight andIf.

our real tate dealers, with MevrBrow nand for miles, while gl1:1Yalllangue apa-I 7o cents per 100 is $1,500) -one-fourth of That is shown by the rapid decrease of and Maud Knight his wife his WI, '.

Tuttle,of New Haven, Conn., became j dilloes, tamarinds, limes, etc., grow in his crop to get it to market. Should not I I the number of marriages. In 18W: there are. Guy unknown Mercar to and affiant-and)Iercer.complainant--

the owners of eighty-six acres of rich I were 17.9 marriages to every 1,000 inhabitants Thomas t
great profusion. i j the railway companies take men into a and that the respondents
hammock land within a mile of the business e--I I I ; in 18S3; there were only 14.4 Knight and Emma E. Knight, reside In
The J.,1'. & K. W. for
Company has country nothing, where they secure and in l&SG only 14.1 to 1OOO.-Foreign the State of
the in
center. These gentlemen i immediately I city of Philadelphia
!
their patronage, amounting to $;00 to I Letter. Pennsylvania, and that each and everyone
Titusvilleall
put a force of men at work cutting ; || $1000 annual servitude? t I I of said respondents are over the age

ditches and clearing out an avenue. The Life Insurance Statistics.Statistics of 21 It is therefore ordered that
Rockledge and :\Melbourne that Come friend let all and years.
access i, my us meet
of the life insurances show the said IJ. 31ercer. }Hr.i
work has already progressed so far that awall Guy i
to the L.'lkefth region is rendered[ take such steps a* will advance our coun- that there are now 820,000 policies in his wife ; T. Howard Knight and <

to the property will amply repay easy and comfortable. It is expected| '! ty's best interests. this country representing an aggregate Knight. his wife, and 'l'honlas C. height

those who desire to inspect it.re visited that the new floating; hotel will attract; : Most respectfully, insurance of 2100000000. During the and Emma E. Knight his wife, dotle3rianswer

the land a few days ago and found |( past year more than 400,000,000 of new or demur to the
\ large numbers of tourist, sportsmen and| I C. B. MAGRUDtR: filed
insurance amended bill
of
I was written, and more thanO.OOOOOO complaint herem'l
a fine road cut out from the river to the i A.
{ visitors, and that it will bring the Lake I'res't Im. As jc'n. ; distributed among policy on or before the 19th day APr ;

railroad, with a good ditch for purposesof :< Worth region into the notice and popularity : holders in death, endowment and divi D., 1SS8, or the same will be 'eDhst

draining on either side. The earth to which it has Munn dent payments.-New- York Evenin"World. confessed ; and it Is further the
lung been entitled 1 ; l1eorge recently, in clearing up I :i copy of this order be published m
taken from the ditches has been
thrownto i by reason of its beauty and! great natural[ a grove lot in the Holly Hill hammock, FIOHIDA STAn newspaper for tour Consecutive

the center of the avenue, and makes i ian advantages. Further information can be near Daytona, for W. A. Langworthy, \i Workers In Copper. weeks prior to the said 19tn dal'of

admirable road-bed, the land being ';, obtained of any of the agents of the com : found a 17-foot log chain, left there by ;, Though workers in copper seldom suf April, A. D., 1SSS. and the seal,

underlaid with a good clay and marl. pang-. ctrs'Ikrald. J Swift when live oaking for the fer any ill health from their work, yet of Witness said Court my hand this 13th and day seal of March,A.
Goyern-I the particles of the mineral ,
This roadway gradually rises from the enter their
--- I
|I ment -prior to 1835, when the to D., 18S8.
system so as completely saturate
them
river to the railroad a distance of half a A mulberry tree two and half I STEWART,
a feet was broken up by the Seminole war. It in process of time. Some old copper- [SEAL.] A. A.

i mile, and at its western extremity at- in height in the DeSoto House yard, at is in good preservation, although rusty: smiths have had their hair turn green instead Clerk Circuit Court.

tains an elevation of twenty-eight feet. DeLeon Springs, is in bearing, havingmore and is used to ornament )Ir. L'lngworth's of gray, and their bones have been
JONES fe WILLIAMS,
Standing at highest point it is a lovely fruit upon it than leaves. front fence on Ridgewood. found green after death.-Chicago News. Solicitors for Complainant. 41



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THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, :MAR. 15, 1888. 5


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I ---- number of times, has written much, has received > "'Otd
CRIS1TS INSINUATIONS A. BRONSON ALCOTT. BRECKINRIDGE SPEAKS.HIS and m
probably $100,000 in money an .

Death of the Founder ef the Concord I unlimited amount of recognition[and honor. 0 S

School of Yet her life was almost as simple as ever. > HS

rONCERNlNG RIOTS IN ROME INCHEDULOUSLY BOSTON, March a-Philosophy.A, Bronson Alcott, the INTERPRETATION OF THE INTER- She was living entirely at home with her S .9 t.td t.

RECEIVED. eminent trancendantali&t and founder of the NAL REVENUE BILL. father, who has just passed away, and with ..., t'0 .
, her widowed sister, :Mrs. Pratt, "Meg," and c+ 0
i Concord school of philosophy, who died Sun her children. O <: t-O t-i 0

IHe French Journals Greatly Magnify the day at the house of his daughter, Louisa it It Repeals All Tobacco Tax Except on Cigars :t 0 IIj 1

i 1 Causing a Fall in Italian Credits. Cheroots and Cigarettes-Other James K. Garfield. "" j
DUaftter
COLUMBUS 0. March 9.-James R Garfield t
P
1j Retaliates.The flF'
Tribune Sarcastically Points In It-Mr. Butterworth's Cincinnati
The I a son of the late president, is one of the 0
3 Coming }'Ight-Note*. Centennial Resolution. applicants for admission to the bar at the <: g

, PARIS. March 8.Signer Crisps insinuation WASHINGTON, March 9.-Mr. Breckin- supreme court examination. He has: just j CDt) ;,

tb"t flp riotl* at Home were incited by I ridge, of Kentucky, one of the leading memo completed a course: at the Columbia law rJ. hot c+ t-i <<1 Ul ..,

I parties hostile to the bers of the committee on ways and means, school in Ne'v York, and intends to begin; ic
+ 8. t'0
!' interests of Italy, 1- i has furnished the United Press the following practice in Cl've.an.l after passing examin.I -

I, 'presumably c o m interpretation of the provisions of the in- I tion. Alter tu examination he will ;go to tUlJ "'
New York to nect his>> mother an.I sifter
, missioners of the ternal bill which submitted &
revenue was by (J)
their from Euro .
t I i Millie mi iKurn }*)
j Vatican and France, ; the majority of the committee this morn- <: 0 Ii
hot II
who scattered tf ing: NEWS IN A NUTSHELL ..... fV 0 CD m
i a
i money freely among The bill repeals all of the tobacco tax, except JD j Ii:: =::n *ff

I Fresh, Crisp Gleanlu of Recent Xotj Ul (t) .... :.
the discontented la- cheroots and .
on cigars, cigarettes; givesa o
....
1' borers is rather incredulously : rebate on unbroken packages of tobacco in worthy Happenings and Event t'1j c+ Ul. (t) > 1'1 J

re- i the hands of manufacturers:: and dealers on Judge Barr, of the United States court, at p 0 & g. rto

ceived. Neither the Louisville, has decided that the Hatfields art r
July 1 next and reduces the special taximjxjsed CD
I legally held by the state of Kentucky.Ah sj; :
nor the republic manufacturers to $.1 and dealers ,
pope on P .
I
Lin, a Chinaman, who enlisted in the t-i t-i 0 t tI
is throwing away : to $1. United States navy and was cripple by the b"c+ tdtd

t. i gold on such projects A. BBOXSOK .LLCiOTT. : It repeals all laws restricting the sale of bursting of a gun on the steamship Hartford (t) P

"" Ii. 11' 11 :- which might Alcott, in this city, was born at Wolcott, I leaf tobacco, and repeals all special-taxes on has been granted a pension.The _.o JQ c+ t-i Sc

( '\ \ have been in vogue Conn., November 29,. 17f.). His father was a retailers of distilled spirits, malt liquors and indictments against Mrs. Emma Mol- ..... t-i c+ 0 IB

some generations plain farmer. I the manufacturers of stills. The estimated loy, charged with being accessory to the + o c+ 4JcD "

SIONOB lue ifJ"CRISP emuient has rid itself of some When a young man be traveled about the reduction of the government's income is murder of Sarah Graham, and accessory to o 0 Ul 0 Iti
*?* clocks small the fact of the of Graham t
George
country mending peddling bigamy
arrested principle,
Socialists whom it upon $24,000,000 to $25,000,000 a year. IS
homesare wares and selling books. When he was and Cora Lee, were nollied, at Ozark, O. ....
and workmen whose "It distilled from fruits the rUl P .
many puts spirits on
probably twenty-four he began teaching school in his The throttle of an engine standing: in the <
in other parts of Italy have left the same footing as to all privileges of ware- (t)
native town and followed it for many yearsIn Missouri Pacific round-house at St. Louis
the of of t-i : ...,
eternal city. 1&2S he removed to Boston and opened an housing, postponement payment became opened in some mysterious manner. ?
failures which have ruined the three years' bond, etc., as spirits distilled rp CD p,
The serious infant school in the Masonic Temple. His The iron horse forthwith made a dash

some large contractors and crippled several peculiar ideas were not appreciated and the from grain. It gives the secretary of the through the yard at terrific peed. Result,

hanks were the result of over-done specula: experiment was a failure. treasury the right in his discretion to tax all three engines wrecked.

tions fastened by the real demands for houses Mr. Alcott then removed to Concord, distillers mashing less than twenty-five I The first steel brick made of Birminghamiron Geo. B. Emnph.A .
'
by the increasing population. There was an where he devoted his attention to the sub- bushels of grain a day: on the capacity of the by the Henderson process, is pronounced

unreasoning scramble to build and the sud- jects of education, natural theology, social stills, instead of requiring them to run under an excellent quality by experts.A FULL LINE c.wGENTS'

den panic which followed, resulting in serious reform and diet. He was one of the origi- the supervision of special officers, and the I ,000 deficit in the Dauphin county,
"
although, it is believed, temporary depreciatdons nators of the Transcendental club and the limitations generally prescribed by the present Pennsylvania, treasury has been made good FURNISHING GOODS.

of values, should have surprisedno Radical club lie was the intimate friend of systems and laws. I by ex-Treasurer John Longenecker and by I

one. Ralph Waldo Emerson. "The administrative feature repeals all the Harrisburg Trust company, surety forK ,.

The French journals seized the occasion to The school of philosophy, an institution minimum punishment and leaves the maxi- I J. Jones. The latter, who was a clerk

magnify the disaster. and succeeded in causing of comparatively recent birth, was foundedby I mum within the discretion of the court, not under Longenecker, is alleged: to be responsible -

a serinus fall in Italian National creditson him in 18J, and the group of thinkers changing the severity of the maximum pu.i-I for the entire deficit.

the bourse, a circumstance taken advantage which it attracted at once gave it wide fame. ishment in any degree. It prevents the issuance I Mrs. Cleveland attended the performanceof : i.I i.

of by peninsular investors who netted About five years ago Mr. Alco suffered a of a warrant on the affidavit of any I "Fatinit," at Washington. Saturday 1

snug sums by the reaction.The stroke of paralysis, which made him an in- person except" a collector or deputy, unless night; her old friend, Agnes Huntington, C.\F: 1 .

French, in the insensate hatred for valid. lIe was a strict vegetarian and a the one making the same acts upon personal I sang in the title rol During the play, Mrs. 1 4.RE

everything Italian, which they have entertained teetotaler. I information. It requires the warrant to be i Cleveland went behind the scenes and investigated -
alliance with Ger- returned to the nearest judicial officer, and i
since that nation's the mysteries of stage make-up in
many predict nothing less than bankruptcyfor BLOODTHIRSTY BANDITS. ;I gives circuit and district courts power to I Miss Huntington's dressing room.

the and complacently remark i appoint all commissioners they may deem Cv ngresoual committee territories
country Mexican Towns Attacked and a Number of on rain
that it is no more than could be expected ofa Citizens Killed and Wounded.GALVKST I necessary, and remove them at plasure | >tell in favor of admitting Dakota, Montana -

land which permits itself to be governedby "It gives the conmmissioner of internal j i Washington; and New Mexico to state-
< x, Tex., March 9.-A dispatch
the woo"t'n.healed.Cri"pi,who has turned I revenue power to remit penalties or to com- j hood.

hw back upon the natural ally ol Italy and from Maiumoras says: Advices from Lleve promise judgments. The bill reduces the i J. 15. Snyder was arrested at Dennison, **

Millers himself to be led by the nose by Prince do Canals, in the southern part of the state, I penalty for non-payment of tax from 10!) to I Tex., charged with opening the United States S' HiRTINEA.
that tho of the -Mh ult.
on morning
says ,
i 25 per cent. It repeals the claw which per.
Bismarck. mails. In his possession was found drafts on
The Tribuna, of Home, retaliates by saying that place and Picacho ranch were attacked: i mils the destruction of a still, prior to a I New York banks amounting to $l-lili7r. LINEN

: that those who have invested their by a party of nineteen or twenty men from i i iEsvandon 'I hearing before a court of proper jurisdiction, I George Kimball, a desperate bank robber

money in erecting buildings: in the capital commanded by Bruulio Cervantes.i iAt.Lleva awl gives the judge of a United States court I at Bradford, Pa., shot the cashier, grabbed
At both places bloody contests took place."
have at least the satisfaction of seeing something here a person is imprisoned, and where life I the money, made his escape, shot the leader
the first alcalde Juan Sanchez
:; for the funds which they have ex- j or health is imperiled, authority to change in the pursuit, and committed suicide. EQIlAI '
and his daughter were killed, as were also j I .
the to another
jended. They have solid brick and stone prisoner prison. Louisville minister condemn Sunday
Ruiz and :
Manegildo Epigmence Rodiguez
,
j
structures a* the result of their trouble and
llewsl'ape
Crescendo Munoz. At Picacho they killed For Cincinnati's Centennial. ;
output and it will not 00 long before the ,I Chicago; contributed L 10X,( to the Mt. KOIIURT IIL'IS'l"S
President Julio Acuana and his son, Pablo WASHINGTON, :March: tt. :Maj. Butter- :
tenements, will be in demand for althoughthe Vernon sufferers.
Bustanioute, on Analdoman and Lopez and worth has introduced a joint resolution authorizing I 3JVesli Crarcleii Seeds
increase of the city has suffered a check,
Nemecco Jaurez. Of the of $300,000: for the i
attacking party, an expenditure Crimes and CuMiulties.
its growth for the last ten years Las not been
one, Porflro Sapatta, was killed. purpose of making a government exhibit at Sold at Philadelphia Retail Price Will
a phantasm and is a sufficient indication of, Falling rock killed two miners at Hancock,
its continuedexpanse.With The loss on the part of Lleve was nine men I the Ohio centennial exposition, at Cincin. I Michigan.Tub make special orders and prices to
and killed. The loss of Escandonwas i seedsin
one girl I nati.i parties wanting
a sarcasm cruel, but not unnatural, Sullivan nearly beat his old mother to
considering the provocation received, tho one killed and a number of persons i exhibits i death at Springfield, O. bulk.
wounded. The fight is said to have been a by the agricultural, war, naval, interior
r Tribuna adds that dwellings and other buildings By the sudden jolting of a train, John Geo. B. .
It that the assailantsfirst and ostoffice and Rumph.
bloody ,
one. appears treasury i> departments,
even it unren ted, are a much better return Riegel, a resident of Hummelstown, Pa.,
attacked Lleve, killed and wounded by the Smithsonian institute and National i
for money spent than are a few holes in was killed. li 'Iitu vill('. Fla.
of the most citizens robbed If the resolution is
many prominent museum. adopted, asthe
the ground, and that financial animadversion Two Mexican officers came to Eagle Pass, .
l
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the post; and stamp office and sacked several two from Cincinnati thinkit ,
I comes with a bad grace from a nation I congressmen I II Texas, to kidnap a deserter, and, refusing to o. s. rOUTER m o. \v. IIJTTH
stores. will be the exhibits will add
government I Co. Snr..t.r.
which has squandered untold millions upon surrender to the sheriff, one of them was
12 They the, after doing all the damage pos- a hundred; fold to the novelty and interestof killed. .
J the Isthmus of Panama, with the achievement -
sible retire Gen. Stella at ordered the centennial
:t of no other result than the establishment :: once I exposition. At Goldsmith's mine, Walkerville, Mont.,

of a gigantic negro cemetery as a memento troops the from bandits.various Two quarters of them to actively Nicolas MISS LOUISA MAY ALCOTT. ,, three miners, Atwater Lawrence, James PORTER & POTTER

of its folly. pursue -- Rig in.. and Fritz Dell, were killed by the ,
and Fernando Rogue, were: captured at Jar- She Closely Follows Her Jo'atbererns'4 the : shaft cable breaking.At .
for ItiKitn. and at Hermtncu ranch Las
mauve
Triumph near
Dark River. : Chicago, while Eddie Loew, aged six-
LONDON Maich 8.-Tho notification of the Presas, Francisco Sanchez:: was run down and
BOSTON, :March 9.-Miss Louisa M. Alcott : teen, was piaying with a. target gun, it was
Prince Ferdinand that his positionin captured by a squad of the Thirteenth cav-
to
porte Real Estate Dealers
died this morning.:; This death follows unexpectedly discharged, the ball striking
is illegal is merely regarded as a alry under Cornet Canter. Sanchez was well ,
Bulgaria and killing hU brother Albert four-
closely upon that of her father, who passed i aged
triumph for Russia since from the first tho armed and mounted, and tried to resist I
way on Sunday in his eighty-ninth: year. I
has endeavored to incite the sultan to arrest. teen.Harry
czar : Irvine killed TaLe White Dresden
at
Miss Alcott was born in Germantown, Pa.,
I Lake Worth Dado fo. fist.Kill
shall that .
such action. Unless it
transpire I
NIAGARA CRANKS. :November ::2g I. lfi: but the family so soon Tenn., for a jug: of whisky.
there is in existence an agreement; between went to Concord to live that even now there Two freight trains collided: tho Southern
England and Austria that Turkey shall not Aa the !o'ea..ontlvao"ell They Itecin In !
railroad Pine Knot K Firemau
are doubts expressed as to whether the little near ).
be held responsible for her repudiation of Spring Up. John Adam was Instantly killed, and ulPerkl1l" Buy and Improve Land for Parties

Prince Ferdinand's pretensions, Austria will BUFFALO, N. Y., March 10.-The Niagara) I ', a tramp, fatally injured. A dozen
: resent this new move and at the I at a Distance.Lawe .
Certainly Falls navigating cranks were unusually quiet I others wvre seriously injured.A .

WIle time insist upon a full disclosure of the last season, but the opening of warm weather dynamite store house at Williamsburg, I I

Russian program before passively permitting promises a crop of as many foolhardy fellows Ind., wn.LJOWH up by an explosion. One

Ferdinand to be ousted.It as two "years ago did. Then Kendall, the man awl a li">rv were reduced to atoms. The I

is true that Austria has herself admitted Boston policeman, distanced all comers by report was heard and the shock felt for a Worth. Dade Co. Fla., i* tbe luot-t tJ't'l'iraJ

that Ferdinand's presence in Bulgaria is swimming the rapids with no protection buta distance of about thirty miles in every direc- part of stir Mate. Located on the Atlantic Coast
illegal, but she has not gone; so far as to commit cork life preserver. A project is now on i bouth of Jupiter Ink-t 20 milt"!'. JnpUr leiug the
south end of Indian Ititer. Lakeoitli Ices paral'
herself to his ecpubion.11 of the foot in this city which will, if carried out. tion.Butler Crumley was cut in two by circular !1t.1 with the I>cl"lul"'ach. i* 1.1; miles It.nu. att-rau

, Ferdinand : put Kendall's effort in the shade. save, near Winchester, Ky.A width one mile. connected with tbe ocean by an inlet
has no right to the Bulgarian throne Arrangements are being made to have building used for mixing fulminate at aid is iiowlienMMer 3 4of a nul. fii>ui the o s'rasa
;
.
I Th tiluncalillot b excelled and our hunting the
md Austria's acquiescence in his withdrawalfrom either Hamilton Hazlitt or William Potts go + the work of the Union Metallic Cartridgeeonpany bt for iillknxl-t, of Kani.*. Some beautiful caoa-

the country seems inevitable, though it over the falls on the Canada side in the! at Bridgeport Conn., was blownto nut groves in bearing on the lake: niatiRocM tippailillot -

will probably l>e accompanied by the bluster barrel in which they made their trip August; atoms. Henry liccmrr was hurled into the 's, alligator l.earl sugar apple. guavas, Spaii-

nd "bluff" usual in such cases. 9, IvStf. and in which Hazlitt mode the trip air and fell a hdpe.u: Ula..iS. i"h liUK-H. Jamaica. appltM. AV H'ada hears, Umaruid
ixmoseberry Irp(>" mamma' apple marniuri t>ap<>.
Critical. with Sadie Allen in November of the san '" .... -- --- almond. dates, figs, banana, pineapplefll.mef. oranges.
The KaUrr'4 Condition '
year. The rudder and propllc-r wheel, will ( .' i'ersouaL lemons', citron and ail tropical fruit and
BERUX: March S.-The emperor's condition '\ \ ... This iO the most eastern of 1'loriJ
be taken off the barrel and the inside I j ..l'LOt'ISA \ Congressman Butterworth has prepared a % (1r. hart *;
It is deadedly the u'ulf stream beir2 nearer to tie land than at
is considered critical I I \
very arrangement completely changed. It will be resolution: appropriating $;.:ooJ, < to enable
his who ; '-" ... any other part ot the roai unsatisfactory to physicians, thoroughly: padded l so that the Ot'11l'ant will i 2I.T ALCOTT. the several iieittirtments of the governmentto e.n Teuijrf-rature of any part ol the State. Good
are all present at the palace in attendance receive as little shock as possible when the make an exi.iMt at the Cincinnati centan- Hotel. and Here Lot of all siar.d price secured -
awaiting any change Prince William and I Ionisa was or was not the Guild! uim v\i.. b> above firm who have most all of the
barrel falls over the cataract. A large spiti iiial exi ositloli.
;
Bismarck and Von have been found the soil trn! "'r uh<> l.est land to ell. 1'artien bu>me now will no dout
Count by
Igltke digging; ; in a i,:
barrel the first M. E. has been shun nt of
dog will be placed in the on j 4 Iiigulls preii-I: m a short time more than double the pun-hate money.
hastily summoned, and are at the palace. trip, and if he comes out safely, either Haz- | asked her the qu" tionhat: are you doIng. the Chesapeake it Ohio Railway company.Charles it"eliavelotsofalleiz'-s. n"'f't'fJnehuu-

The people are alarmed and bulletins announcing litt or Potts will trip the perilous falls j ; my pretty maulf The Unexpected an- 11. Caum and J. W. Turner, dred acres, all fronting on Lake Worth. Price from
the infinite. sir." :;0 to kills acre. Seam.beautiful hotel mte. also .
the condition of the aged emperor wiser wa: "Digging for bush have been j per
of
: Michigan: appointed poitoffit"t. ,
are besieged" with crowds anxious to gain Laid Out in the Fifteenth Kound. i and it is said. to have l>een sufficiently characteristic improved property cotu:{metc. The followingare
iiiapecturn.Miltm a lew of our beat bar;aino;
every scrap of information which, however, I'HtL.DELrIUAlarch: 10.-Two colored to warrant the application.The U'eston, the millionaire, who hasbeen No t.-. -1 acres nest of J..ak" WotH"

is exceedingly meager. It is supposed that middle-weights, Jesse Moulton, known ai story of Miss Alcott'- writing of .. :.- 5.U: .. on west shore 01 Late Worth.
in the Pennsylvania penitentiary three .. .. I- ". '. ., .. .. ..
an unfavorable report concerning the crown the Black Pearl," and Bill Davis, met in an "Little Women" is pretty well known, but Sears for iuvoluntary manslaughter, has .. :- .--2i-:':. :: I. ,, th about TO rod front.ie -

prince received by the emperor from Dr. I out-of-town resort last night and fought; for even before that struggle took place there loon P'.hlttJ a rehearing by the state board .. "n Mont hoie ot L..ke'tJrtla.

aldemeyer has caused the relapse.The a purse of $100 to a finish, under Marquis of |I wa many n smaller! one. At the early age of iwrdons. .. f>.-63 I.: awes with 1." mile front on west

Queen l-erry rules. The affair was witnessed t I of eiht: Jlixs Ak'ott's poeticalaret'r began.At Robert Homier of New York, has made bore.
1-2 west "J
fo.-23 acres .n nretaot
Sullivan Mitchell Fight. by about forty well known sporting men of I the ale; of sixteen: Miss Alcott wrote another handsome present to his soar jointly.He ., y.-15 .. .. east ..

LONDON, March 8.-The prospects of a this city and was hotly and evenly contested I her first l hook, which was afterward published ha given them a slue of land ou Fifth -UI .... .. weft ....
meeting between John L. Sullivan and to the eighth round, after which 1 I but does not count Her first full- ; 11.-19 1" tulle front.
Charles up avenue valued at a million and a quarter cf .. .. .. .. ..
Mitchell grow better day by day, the fighting was forced by Moulton, who repeatedly I grown story brought her just $5' from Glea- dollars. 12III .. .. .. --
1:' Iff
and at present it seems a certainty that they I '! __ ____ .
until ..
knocked down his opponent son's Pictorial when the writer was just nineteenn n 14.-10 west "
"ill battle with their fists. The light is set the fifteenth round, when Davis was completely Cable park.. .. IS.--I lots of 5 acre each with 10 rod frontage -

Sown for March 9th, which will Iw Friday. : knocked out by a swinging lefthander. i I IVK. Miss Alcott went south to nurse The attitude of the powers regarding tin each on west chore of the lake. These .

it will probably be decided in France, near Davis failing; to respond at the expiration | in the soldiers' hospital and she did her Bulgaria question is causing much irritation are 16.-bargain->5 acres with mew cottage on at .herp.

Rouen, and possibly on the same spot where of ten seconds, the fight and purse i work courageously and faithfully, but was in Russian military and public circles. ., 17.-a .. modern cottage T rooms

Smith and Greenfield fought. Sullivan is I i were awarded to the "Black Pearl' The : brought home herself stricken with the fever The Ru-sim government ha issued an on eat "bore.

said to lie in fine condition, and Mitchell isae j I first knock-down was in the third roun I, and and ill almost to dying. "I was never ill," order to exj*<
fit as he can be. \' was credited to Moulton: but Davis drew first i she said once to Mrs Moulton, "until that Warsaw and many officers who are away I .. :0.-J9.- .. ea.-t "

duels lr Cincinnati' Centennial.I I I' blood in the sixth round by a right-haul; hospital experience, and I have never been from their posts on furloughs, have been re- -. Ul.-15 .. west "
.
2..'.-i I.! acre on *.rt lore with new, mali -
called.
CINCINNATI I!I blow straight from the shoulder. | well since. building, to l.readr ...
March 8. The exposition I I ern-buiit: house of H room now
board > In lvi>, "Hospital Sketches" was pub- Altogether more than two hundred corpses for occupancy by I>ecemuer lit This
made for centennial !
and the Irish Patriot.
arrangements FrctL Douglass! : lished, and even before that "Moods," a most have been recovered from the avalanches I hones and lot for gale or to remit There are
music. Several fine bands and orchestras i'' CHARLESTON. S. C., March 6.-Fred. love since greatly revised. which recently occurred in the Italian Alps. j 150 bearing cocoanut trees ou this place.
tragic
: story,
have Wu engaged for the entire hundred i Douglass arrived here Sunday morning and I "Little The Roumania cabinet has resigned. .Also a new cottage of H room, beautifullysituated
wrote
Alcott
In INS Miss
Jays | east side of lake and 5 acre of
I 1 on
chief which is the Cincinnati !
among was quietly received by his colored friends ': Women" to prove to Mr. :Niles, of Roberts Emperor Francis Joseph has nominated the ground attached

, orchestra of thirty-five pieces, and among |! at the depot He had a military reception in Brothers, that she could not write a girls' Prince of Wales to a colonelcy of the Twelfth .e ::.-15? acres of land 60 Key I. rjro.
other bands engaged are Cappa's famous j i the afternoon at Zion colored church, where preferred to play with Austrian regiment.Sir .. 24.-40 on 'ut side, 40 rod back of
Seventh band of pieces' fortwo !I j story, having always the lake.
regiment fifty i J he delivered a lecture. The celebrated Irish boys, and therefore knowing but little about Charles Russell will shortly introducea .. 5.-O acres on wet .bor .

five weeks. Gilmore's orchestra of sixty- patriot, Sir Thomas Henry Gratton Es- I any girls save her sisters and herself. bill in the British house of commons .. :6.-10" cast and new cottage.

pieces. for one or two weeks, Laberati's i I monde, will arrive here to morrow morning little Miss Al- placing Trafalgar square upon the same footing These are bargains. Come and see them, if
In six months more,
band or a
,
I
of fifty pieces for two weeks. There have been made to give him a possible; otherwise write.
Preparations in of
J meet-
public
Hyde park respect
trill be many soloists, among them Belhtedt real He will be banquetted at the I cott was famous, and her hard work was as Parties wishing further information, enclose
reception.
and Levy. the cornetist. I I Charleston hoteL ( over. Since then she has been abroad a ings. stamp. SO3IUI :









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6 THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, MARCH 15. 1888. _
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1 TEA TABLE TALK about July 8, between Professor Levy and I II I Greatly Excited. CARDS. .

William B. Johnson. Not a few of the citizens of Indian GINGRASTATFHTLAWAKD
I
In arranging the "Psyche twist," first get The idea that the muscles of the legs onlyare J River have recently become greatly ex- L. A. S. H.

your Psyche and then all will be well developed by 'cycling is a very common i cited over the astoundng facts that several RAY .J

and very erroneous one. In reality nearly i! of their who had been =
Crazy quilts "insane bedspreads, as theyare friends pronounced NOTARY PUBLIC ,
muscle in the is into ,
every body brought use,
called in Boston-bring very high pricesat by the physicians as incurable
those of the lower limbs for of Florida. 'IJ
propulsion, Rock Ledge
,
charity fairs. i and beyond all hope-suffering with that
the trunk for balancing, those of the upper
Ladies in Parisian cotilions are now ar- limbs for both balancing and propulsion.- dreaded monster C-onsumption-have T McCRORY, Successor to J. C. Hoi-wood and Cn,

ranged according to the colors of their Medical Brief. II been completely cured by Dr. King's 1

gowns. Striking effects result. New Discovery for consumption, the only
The Australian sporting is ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
Very fine silver watch chains are affected with Beach for resigning the press championship.The angry. I remedy that does positively cure all TITUSVILLE, FLA. .

by some youths whose fathers or mothers have Australasian says: "Beach's policy cer- throat and lung diseases, coughs, colds, Miami, Dade County, Florida.
the to them gold ones: asthma and bronchitis. Trial bottles free
money procure tainly not so strong as his arm. la handing Taxes for non-residents paid. Titles

Girls who wear plaid gaiters are often the over to Kemp the championship, or, in other at all drug stores in Titusville and on examined and Abstracts furnished, having -

ones who talk slang and whose grammar is of words, forfeiting the title to him when Indian River. Large bottles $1. just completed an Abstract of the

the kind that disturbs the late Mr. Murray.The challenged, it has not been done so well as it
Records of Dade County.ATTORNEYATLAW.
newest Paris bonnet of black velvet should have been." In Brief, And To the Point. _u __ __ __ --_ _

and black ostrich tips goes up on one side L. GAULDEN,
Disordered
ON THE TURF. Dyspepsia is dreadful. D. '
like hat and is well described "rakish."
a as
\ liver is misery. Indigestion is a foe to 'MerchandiseSTORE.
A very expensive fashion was set lately by E. J. Baldwin's stable will leave the Pacific good nature. ,

the distribution of real ostrich feathers as slope for the east in April. I The human digestive apparatus is one
i favors to the ladies in a fashionable german. Titusville, Florida.
One of the leading features of the grand of the most complicated and wonderful

Stout women, painfully laced, creak and circle trotting matches in 16S3 will doubtless things in existence. It is easily put out & WILLIAMS

groan in a crowd like a locomotive endeavor. bo double team races. of order. JONES .

ing to haul freight cars through snow drifts. I to electric is the food food
Trotting sleigh by light Greasy food, tough sloppy ,

Buttonless kid gloves are in highest favor, I latest thing in turf sports. New Yorkers bad cookery, mental worry, late hours, AttorncysatLaw.Titusville .

but it almost breaks many a girl's Lrart that I have been enjoying it at pld Fleetwood park. irregular habits, and many other things Florida.

fashion decrees they should be of a size too Murphy will begin jogging Maud 8. on which ought not to be, have made the

big. Feb. 23, and will put her in condition ,to de- American people a nation of dyspeptics.But GEO. M. ROBBINS, I propose to keep 1
Everything is a "fad" nowadays, and the fend her laurels should a rival appear in the Green's August Flower has donea 1

silly, English term has been run very far field.
wonderful work in reforming this sad ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
into the the frozen
ground, even through Just at present, Green Morris says, Sir business and making the American ;

snow. Dixon will start for the Kentucky Derby. people so healthy that they can enjoy TITUSVILLE, FLA.F. A First-Class StackGROCERIES

Best dressed women now almost wholly As a matter of fact he is more likely to start their meals and be happy.
discard the bustle, and they not only look him for tho American Derby. Remember-No without H. ATKINSON.
much better, but are probably tar more com- happiness
fortable. The betting on the English Derby remains health. But Green's August Flower

practically unchanged. Tho latest London brings health and happiness to the dys- JUSTICE OF THE PEACEFor -OF-
The who double breasted
man wears a
waistcoat, with gilt or coral buttons, with a figures on the favorites: Friar's Balsam, peptic. Ask your druggist for a bottle. the Second Justice District of Bre-
3 to 1 against, with no takers; Orbit, 7 to 1
dress coat to his boot Seventv-five cents.Renews vard Court days third Mondayof
his trousers., ought pull legs up over against, and Ayrshire, 8 to 1 against. county ; ,
each month.GEORGE .
Two hundred and sixty horse owners and
Beauty spots of court plaster, or paintedon IIer Youth.
119 jockeys are to be debarred from the
V. BONKER
the face in India ink, are observed more I.
tracks of the big jockey clubs next season Mrs. Phoebe Chesley, Peterson, Clay
and this is another fashion-
able frequently revival now, I. for having engaged in racing at the half ( Co., Iowa, tells the following remarkable ,

mile tracks at Clifton and Guttenberg. story, the truth of which is vouched for Justice of the Peace ana Surveyor
Yellow red handkerchiefs about the
or It is estimated that at the spring sales of i! by the residents of the town : "I am 73
furnish testimonials from
Can the
highest
neck with the sealskin jacket are "common. I
thoroughbreds in Kentucky there will be years old, have been troubled with kid- Surveyor-General of Dakota as to competencyas
This is the of those who
given on authority offerings to the number of 1,000 yearlings, ; ney complaint and lameness for manyyears U. S. DEPUTY SURVEYOR DRY GOODS

ought to know. which will include those of all the prominent ; could not dress myself without public lands. Terms for field work,plattingand ,
all land calculations, $6. per day or any
Silver forks and spoons are undergoing breeding farms in Fayette, Woodford, Bourbon help. Now I am free from all pain and part ot a day and expenses paid.

some changes in pattern and style. The Harrison and Franklin counties. soreness, and am able to do all my own \VA VELA D, FLORIDA.
modern fork is different from
oyster quite The Louisville Jockey club will perhaps housework. I owe my thanks to Electric JOHNSON COCKSHUTT.
the affair.
original NOTIONS
pay the amount of the purses won as soon as Bitters for having renewed my youth, T.

Necklaces of colored stones,as the sapphire I the race is decided. That is a very old practice removed completely all disease and pain."

alternating with the ruby or the emerald down south, the name "purse" being de- Try a bottle, 50c.and 1 $, at all drugstores Justice of the Peace,
with the turquoise, have lately driven out rived from the custom having the cash in !
I in Titusville and Indian RiverA
the diamoad in Paris. a purse and handing it to the winning jockey I on And Notary Public,State-at-Large. Court Mens' Ladies' & Childrens'CLOTHING

Helen of Troy may have had bogus jewels I on the track. day lstSaturdayof month. LaGrange, Fla.

in her cars and false diamonds around her I NEW & USEFUL DIGRESSION 17 BURCHFIELDJCOUNTY -
1 in Art. t tI
Progress :R.
neck when she raised such a f USB in ancient
i society circles, for it is said that even before I Jack-How is your friend Pallatte, tb I SHOES.:

Trey was built emeralds and other jewels young artist, getting on, Gus SURVEYOR.Orders .

were imitated in glass. Gus-He must be doing well I called at Lave added tJ my stock of swatches Clocks I

his studio today, and was told that he had Plated War. Jewelry etc.; a complete line( family by mail will receive as prompt
A large bowl of cut flowers,or a fairy lamp just gone out to buy something to eat.TheEPce Medicine, a tine grade of Clears,Cigarette lobacco attention calls in
almost hidden with flowers in the of as person.
center lAnd Pipes; acollrctiouof Fancy Goods Toss
the table, is one of the most fashionable Notions aud Florida Curiosities; good stock of Address: Georgiana, Fla.
effects in the line of decoration this season at Beneath the Hood. Stationery: and an ahsortnieut of Candy and Confectioner
and Hav.
} ; Scissor, pocket table Cutlery
dinner parties. The ides is said to bo Rus- Beneath the hood her eyes were brightI iuadieplatcd the above at my New More Washington S.F.. GRAY.

sian, and Mrs. Whitney, the secretary's wife, shyly watched her where she stood Avenue, Titutitille, you are respectfully HATS
Her tresses looked like scraps of night invited to call amid examine the .sameto entity ,
is said by Jenkins to have been the first to in-
Beneath tho hood. yourself as to price and quality whether you buy Watch Maker and Jeweller.ALL .
.
I
troduce it here. In this Jenkins is as "far or not WATCH REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.Latest .

off? as if he were in China.GASTRONOMICAL. Such smiles would stir a hermit's blood. approved Instrument and Tool*. and 10 WORK WARRANTED.
Such lips-like flowers warm with light- years' practical experience in the watch and rjbusiness. '
I shall to at John M. Disou's Drug Store, Titnsille, Ha
I Would quickly melt the iciest mood.I spare no painstaking/ please as Shop:
TIDBITS.The to articles and prices or Repairing unit HOP: 10MEBIf
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stole behind her-'twasn't right, A FAIR l'iJURE OF YOCll PATRONGE. r" A. L"II\I.\: '

length of time a large turkey will last I I call It neither wise nor goodI IV. C. C. ISEIAXMXG. Patents, t1'ashlntton Send for Circular., I). C.

in a small, economical family recalls the put propriety to flight
-- -------- ---- ,
scriptural widow with the vessel of oil. I Beneath the hood! A MONTH. No capital n-quireJ. A
-William II. Hayne In Century. NOTICE. $350 chance to make money. Apply for territory -
A school for instruction in the art of carving .1 at once. It. H. Lauderbach Co.,

in Paris has over 300 pupils, nearly half Why He Never Played. LAND OFFICE at Gainesville, Fla., Newark N. J.
of whom are said to be young ladies.In February 29th 1888. } --- ----- --- Gent's Furnishing Goods,
New York Man-I suppose they play pokera $35 a week and
the making of hotel sponge cake there great deal out west? Notice is hereby given that the follow AGENTSAXTy.n Steady wort.
does not to be the smallest Sampled free J. F.
appear difficulty
Denver bit.
Man-Quite a ing-named settler has tiled notice of his HILL k Co.. Augusta Maine.
in getting the "sponge"for a foundation.In New York Man-Do you play often? intention to make final proof in supportof ALSOCROCKERY

old times they used to be called red head Denver Man-No; I never tried it but onco his claim and that said proof will be ARE

ducks, but now on the fashionable bill of or twice. made before A. A. Stewart Clerk of ..CONSUMPTIVEnareTon

fare the reading is like this, "Canards,a Tete New York Man-Why not Aren't you Circuit Court at Titusville. Fla.. on Cough PronchlO UM

Rouge." lucky? April 2lst. 1888. viz. : William Hindle, baa PARKER'S cured many CINCER of the worst TONIoVithSStdeUr.caaei and lathe beat remedy U GLASSWARE,

American fruits and dainties are all the Denver Man-Oh, I'm lucky enough, and I of Miceo. Florida II. E. 17.600. for the for arising all affections from impure of the blood throat and wad lungs' and diseases ,

rage in Paris, and the most fashionable din playa pretty strong game, too; but I ain't lots 4 and 5 section 7. township 30 south, and tick,struggling Against disease,and f't;

ner party without them is regarded as incomplete quick enough with my gun.-Denver Repub range 30\ east. to the the timely grave use,will of Parker's!.many GingerTonlcbutdelay cases recover their health is dan by

lican. lIe names the! following)) witnesses to and emus disorder Take of it itomacli la time.and It bowel is inraluahle. frOo.at for iJrugKlsto.sJl pains HARDWARE

There is of the his continuous residence ,
complaint gastronomic No Ancestor prove upon, ---- -

monotony of the average public banquet, I and cultivation of said )land viz. : Chas. CURE DEAF
"Mamma said little Hill
a Murray girl FoniHE
now' that the feasting season is gradually II. M. Evans Joseph Paine, Joseph PilCK PATKNT
( "Adam never had a grandfather did hef' IMPROVE CUSHIONED: EAR
,
drawing to a close.Commercial Williamson, all of :Micco Fla. ; and AND
"No; he was the first man. DRUMS. PERFECTLY RESTORE THE HEARING,
travelers who have to frequent "It's lucky for him that he isn't alive to- William Jarvi, of Cocoa. Fla. no matter whether deafness caused by colds, fevers -
inexpensive hotels want a law calling in the day." 40 S. r.. TUCKEU. Iegister. or injuries to the natural drum Always in

everlasting smoked beef invariably served I r position hut jU\i..lblfl otht'rlJ and ulortabeto!
dear?
"Why
wear. Music, conservation eteahinpers heard
for tea or supper.In I i "Because. ho couldn't go into the best distinctly. We rrfer to those lining them. Send Ship Chandlery Goods.

union there is strength, but tho same ciety.-The Epoch. 80-1! for illustrated book of proof free. Address
I F.: HIMJOX, 843 Broadway, New.York
cannot be said of some of the new brands of
l
pickled onions whose chief attraction is the .Ju Scuux.. I I

handsome glass jars. A maiden named Blanche Erown-Preveaux, i II I LIEBIG COMPANY'S EXTRACTOF

Wished to enter the De Yeaux,
College '
Pickled oysters, which years ago were a MEVT. Finest ai d Cheapest Meat Flavouring
So she for admi asked the of I
wrote ,
ion price
Mock for Made Dishes
standard dish at receptions and parties, and I tuition, !i I, i nual sale Soups 8.0X 0- 0 jars and Sauce Au.

then were neglected, have coma into gas- And how long before she could geaux. I II I These will be the main features of my
tronomic fashion again. I LIEBIG COMPANY'S EXTRACTOF
"This school Is for boys, dontcher kneaux?" i! 1
business but orders sent me for any-
The hostess who introduce ,
can something Wrote the master of Collf;;'*' De Vvaux, 1, I ., I \IE.\T. An invalci4ll tonic 'Is a success
gastronomically new at her dinner now I \ and a booii for which nation hhouM feel grate-
party And tho maiden replied that "Pa and do decide "
ma
in Titus
has all the honor and distinction of being that : t.\\\ }JI I fnl"-Spe Medical Press, -Lancet Ac. thing kept in any store

"talked about" as a full fledged social heroine. I They'll send the next boy thct they greaux." fat ISM is better than ever, and should bt I in the hand I GENUINE with Blue SignatureOF ville will be filled.
tf every person contemplating buying O promptly
BuHalo
Express. i SEE
of shrimps instead of fish O
Croquette proper BULBS or PLANTS. it coo- KARON LlEBlui -siunle across label
is an affectation of some caterers this season, He Was a Director. I tains 3 Colored Plate i iI Highly rent a -m" i' a night-cap instead of
I :thousand Illustrations and nearly. 150 paces tellla, alcoholic drinlH
who tell you fish is obsolete. Caterers, howf'verr "An' phwat is your Jamie doin'these days irhat to buy, and where to get 1\. ad naming lowei I
do not everywhere set gastronomic prices for honest goods. Price of GUIDE only 10 cent I LIEBIG COMPANY'S EXTRACTOF
Mrs. O'Tare""Ah Intuiting a Cert1tlcate good for 10 cents worth of See<:I
fashions. JAUES VICK, SEEDSIAN, I' \11\r. To I..,
Jamie is doin foino. He's a directorin : hal of all storekeepers: Grocers
Cheese straws are a new wrinkle at dinner the Opery house an' wears a swallytail Rochester K.Y.f .. i and Chemii-ti. Sole agents for the I'mtei]
parties. The cheese comes in long sticks like coat. i States [w hoi."althl\) C David Jt e o 9 Fru- Will buy Fruits Eggs Chickens,
church Avenue, London, E/JJuud. ,
lf
macaroni, and one end is tied with narrow "A director, is it? An' phwat does a di- f SHERIFF'S SALE. i -

strip of ribbon, which is not oaten-a fact rector doP"JShuro i BENTS WANTED to Cann..for Adrertn.n -
Under and by virtue of au execution j"s\1f'11 out A
mentioned for the benefit of the unsophisti- he directs the people to their seats." of tie Circuit Court for the 7tti Judicial Circuitof wort done;with Patronuge.tact and A intelligence small amount of Or any Country Produce my customersor
I' may pro-
cated! These cheese straws were first intro- -Boston Record. Florida, upon a judgment recovered in the court I I dac8Acon duced at the 5 o'clock teas two seasons ago, ot Hon H. F Atkiii(>oii. Justice of the Peace in and hundred dollarsm coxamuaionam nsingle season friends may bringto
aud now find their way to tho fashionable Two Sides of the Case. tor Bre\ard county. Florida. ant trjiiscriheil tn. BD'liucar no personal responsibility. Enquire
acid Circuit Court wherein William I: San" ,If rn waplaiLtiff at the nearest newspaperoffice and learn that
dinner table Friend (to plaintiff))-Well, I see you won I and Oeorue; Cleveland was defendant. I I u the best known and best equipped establuhcvntfor our- market.I .

your suit. I congratulate you. hate le\i'U upon and willfrellat puMic outcry to placing advertisements in newspapers
SPORTING AND ATHLETIC.St. Plaintiff-Thanks. Yes, I beat the scoun ;: the hi 'l.e.-t and best bidder, for cash, in fiont rfI i and conveying to advertisers the information
i I the Court House or, in Titn"\ille. in said tounty which they require in order to make their investments -
drel. I on the first Mondaj' in April /the seine being the I wisely and profitably. Men of good address -
Louis hlsl. new sensation in the way of Same Friend (to lefe:1bnt-I'm) sorry to :ind day then-oil.I A. I> I1***, the follow ins proper ; or women, If well informed:: ant practical,
prize fighters in a man named Howe, who hear you lost your suit, old man. i, n.to-vk'it : All that lot of lai.d in ad county of I' may obtain authority to sol icit advertisi r.\r\ ps tron.osjeforus. .
i Urt"ar.d"rlbod a" lollops : I Apply by letter to GEO.I
iJCO and is six feet inchesin Defendant-Yes the scoundrel beat UOWELI. a>k for a share of the public patronage
weighs pounds seven me.The ". && .
j II Couiiut-i.cius at a poet or Corner 1> ?:>- chains > ,Newspaper AdTertisirgBnre u, 10 Spruce
height. I Epoch.. I north of the ?<>utl.ea t corner of lot !, sectionT, I St.,New York,and full particular vri.l Decent a
S. I.. Edge, on English cycle rider, covered I to\\Uiihip 2i: SOl. th ot ran<:e .6 east, thence west to by return mail. and come as a supplicant, not
A Leap Year Idyl. bank ol Indian laver thence north along bank IIf
7,001 miles last year; 5OGS, miles on a safety, aid ricer 15-UO, chains to or thence favors.
pot coiner dictator for
the asking
Bright are cf your
pearls fancy, NOTIt'E.A11 .
T.53 529 tandem and 311 : rliaiu to set
on a tricycle, on a on ea t 21 p or (corner theu'-e south
a Swift are the irgs of love, 13 i' 15-100 I chains to I>o t. tl.enie west to place of com- j
an ordinary.Winnipog""Spring And persona Lavjns claims acain"t the estate of If treatment good
surer to entrance thee ,. courteous ,
uinicemnt. containing 7 acres, more or le *. Andal.o Otto \VolH late ot Brexard
,*'a famous fighting dog, i Than all the powers aboveIs I lot number four (4)), of section ('il) eight, town. :, erased are her..l.y required to County.present Fiona.them de

who is said to have won over 100 contests,recently the little maidou.J"l" wooing ship .:'.:1) thirl''ett'onth r.D10)) lorty ea-t l rl%- authenticated. without delay to Hou_ Minor prcp- good and low figures is
fought Madge, owned in Minneapolis | c.'ntaauugforty.1d; acresmoreorlr.s.xes1t(51) I S JOIJtCoutJt Judge of said county, or this no-
DtcauseOU: cannot stop it, i five sorts of the south part of said: lot deeded by for
lice will be pleaded in bar. And all the candidate
V and was hilled in twenty-six minutes. Both And though 'tis out the question Ki.l Cleveland to the Atlantic Coat St. Johns and I said estate are requested to I't"ttlelIb persons said CouU.Midge. owing
dogs fought at fifty pounds and for $100 a She'll 1ureImake you pop it. i Indun River Railway Co. on the .3rd day of Jana- .
-Duluth 1'aragrapher.; 1 :try A I> 1s*';_ _And also the wes: half(W. j) of ln Z This .7th: day of Ftbn.asy. lct..S.I public favor,
side.John I I one aii-1 two ((1 and 2)> of section 3-:, and west half CHARLES: WOLFF.
Moulds, of St. Louis, says ho will of lot2 two, quarter of section 34, all in township I ';)-'t. A.lmV. w itU Will Annexed.XOTlt'E. then I'm
play any of the billiard experts of the east Society'sMiss Whirl-Igig. I 37, south of rouge 41 east\'It lining 67 acre, moreor : --

balk line or cushion carroms for $.j()() a side, De Society-Oh, mother, such news! lest, being the naive land deeded to sad (C'eve-' I elected.Yours .
land by Timothy C fJa>:e on the ir.th day of JauaI .
The Olafams have lost all their
except Maurice Daly or Sexton. He prefers money and I I\tr\. n., l"Mi. and recorded in the tfficc of the
McLaughlin: who ho thinks is the best of their head dish washer has fallen heir to a Clerk of the Circuit Court on the iTth diy of August ;t All pt-rxons concerned) are hereby notified<< that
them. fortune. I A. D.. 1SS6 i I six weeks alter date, I will apply to llou. Minor S.
J. K HOWMVN.hhenffBrevardCu.. Jone'', County Judge; of Brexard Cnaly, Flori la, anxious to please
Mrs. De
A swimming race of ten miles for $500 a Society-How fortunate we heardof for letters of u.limni'tratiou. A* 1>,">$ non, r>f the.
side and the long distance swimming cham- it in time. When we call at the Olafam JONES WILLIAM\ ;, estate of Mills O. Buruham, late vf aid county, I

pionship of the world will probably take residence this afternoon we must rememberto Plaintiff i-olicitors. deceased.This 17th of February 1FS9. (IS. :a: :
around to the back door.OmahaWorld.
I: ace on the Mononsahela river at Pitts>burg go Match 7. 13s8. ai 5t. 45-Ct C. H. N.\t' HX. .



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-- THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1888. 7



LIGHT AND AIRY. SHERIFF'S SALE. Ludden & Bates' Soatfiein Music House.

Under and by virtue of an execution EXCELSIOR ORANGE FOOD

oflege man from Boston to1l'11, Issued out of the circuit court for the
A
One IUI1DY day of gummer leisure, seventh judicial circuit Florida, in and ,

utotroduccd to Betty Brown, for Brevard, in a certain cause therein
A FERTILIZER
thought that he would try please her; NEW ; ,
ADd
a Tillage school, depending wherein Theo. P. Jenkins is ,
TOT Betty doubtless taught In her life had never plaintiff, and S. Ryder is defendant, I Prepared especially for the Orange and containing the several elements nece>sary I I a:

.ADd much oligies and Ism, have levied upon and will sell at public to sustain plant life, viz :

Slanguage dignified and clever. outcry to the highest and best bidder for 14" ,
PHOSPHORIC POTASH CALCIUM AZOTE.
cash, in front of the court house door, in ACID. ,
Boston town,
college man and from of protoplasm, the town Titusville. county Brevard, o This Fertilizer has been produced after years of study by PROF. O. DEG. BERTOLA,

Of cosmos like a book to Betty Brown, and State Florida, on the first Monday The Great Wfcolmnle Piano and Organ as being far superior to any high grade fertilizer on the market, and it is sold J"

Tatted lad of the late seismic spasm; in November, (the same being the 7th Depot oflbe:ooolitb.IMare The to Heat buy Place The to Safest buy; at about one-third less in price. It is made in two grades. No. 1 is a pI'C'j.,j. l

Trrjiftlned the reasons, using words day thereof.) A. D. 1887, between the The Place Cheapest to buy. A Magnificent Record Over ventive of root rot, and also destroys white ants and wood lice. ; l'

Unheard before In country places, legal hours of sale, the following described 4O.OOO Pianos and Organs placed In Month No. 2 does not contain this specific.

ADd spoke of ancient Greece spots, wherexplorer real estate described as follows: ern lloineit since IS7O.SAVANNAH. prices and further information, address,
for antique traces. *
*seek .. Being a portion of lot three (3) ot sec- GANOV. 1st,1S87. O. DeG. BERTOLA, Enterprise, Fla. I ,

Of abstruse questions new and old, -- tion three (3) of township twenty-five Room for the procession. It's a long 7 or JAS. McCOMB, JR., Titusville, Fla. l'For I
Of art.Invention, progress science, I (25) south of range tnirty-six (36) east one. It's head in Man, and rear in
Kith volubility he told S. and also portian of northeast quarter of Savannah. 200 miles of wagons containing -

While Betty listened with defiance the southeast quarter of se(' ion four (4), 40,000 Pianos and Organs sold by L. & B. E ITh i

At last, said he a, teacher"I understand on vacation." said township and range, in the countyof I S. M. H. since 1870.Arewcln:1.rneFt ft1 U't'r 1 en.1' unpotition of ptctentioo run*. :
That you're "said Brown, Brevard, Florida. to-wit: The northeast l'ack aj{.>t .*trouble,and all Qnaoka, i
misinformed, Betty
ou're ? Certainly We are a arg.house. ti r>',ft large aim i.to bleed their Tio- .
of said lot of land is locatedat :
"I'm a Bored of Education. corner trado. Wo wll Pianos and Organs in I ;xp Sz!eohhoMOOk" 1yifunction. .a SURE RuiKOT that IUS :\
do lirqt
We a
Amelia Archibald In Hatchet. a point on the west bank of Indian all Southern States. We have *xi Agencies and the merit end wum restored to health thooMod*.doM not Intarftr* r
River, five hundred and thirty (530 feet above statement is not In the least exaggerated. uPs'SE ISAL g I to*butmcM.ia any way.or cams Founded pain

STRAY BITS. south of the quarter section line, dividing A I, tn dieal principle By dinet ;: I
How have we ever built up such an VVeakne-aindPhTi! D"ci1Y In the seat diwate id ipceifle "
lots two (2)) and three (3)) of section immense trade? By enterprise progressive die Aift.l Jlen. 'Io.'..;' for Fight without delay. Thcaataral ,
human "
The parcel post in England Is very popu. three (3)), and the southeast quarter of business methods. and square dealing. We acM LhOn'ian.Icep3 anl liroV.,n they d .T absolutely n men to! the restore foil enjonnpntofpr prematurely: wa ted animating clementa of life are orgtniiin c iw back mtord.,the patient The "j
lar. Nearly 130,000 parcels arc handled by the northeast quarter, and the northeast friends. We work <-f.ct BUt!full M-iniv! Stienethand. Vigorous Health becomei cheerful and__rapidly__ _KIM__both_trtnph and heallh ; I'
make our .. .
our patrons To I*">"who*nff r fr m tomnny! eb.curediea.em" TREATEHT.-.cl ,Xsatt.13. '
every day.It quarter of the southeast quarter of sec for them take them into partnership, as it brnnclitnN hy In li- i
horses' tails to tion four (4)). said township and \ ) ,"rt-><'J fn>a It'ii>lienc..wea-skthntyoa send us i J
takes every year 1,000,000 range; were, divide profits and actually give them your name wit h"tntemntolyonr trouble,and serara HARRIS REMEDY CO.. Mm CHDlim, ,. .1 I
keep a Pawtucket (R. L) haircloth fadtory in thence west across said lot three (3)). more than their money's north. i5A L CKAfiFlFiFK.w, th Illucfd Pnmnhlet. TsflthIet.9T.LOUI3.Q. '_
running order.It thence west to the quarter section line J
dividing the northeast quarter of the Our Large Capital our Spot Cash our lifo.tlme 4 'J'
is said that there are more millionaires eTperI.'ace,our shrewdness as buyers our who?.hq\! % ;,
than in other city of its southeast quarter from the northwest in fa<*i.ia lined intecunna; bargain,and then we M our
in Buenos Ayres any quarter of the southeast quarter of said fri.nd.ill m tin ground floor. That's a way we have. _

size in the world. section four ((4)), thence south to the Fall and Winter Bargains 1 887-88 r
An Anglican curate performed the mar- northwest corner of A. L. and E. F. TJT I

riage ceremony for a child 11 years old in Hatch's purchase in said section, thence 8ummerClo lnll.Out Sale over. Warerooms ; .1
Instrument
New
crowded with Superb
Kensington, England, recently.An tast along the north line of said purchaseof Immense purchases direct from Factories. '

unfortunate Maine baby that happenedto A. L. and E. F. Hatch to the west Greater Bargains than ever, for Fall and :' f' ;. .. 1t
of her Winter, 18M1. M. S' f' ..... '5
the
be born on day grandparents' bank of Indian River, said line being "

golden wedding was named Anna Versary.The four hundred and eighteen ((418) feet from Hot reduced prices and poorer instruments This represent a healthy life. Just such a life M they enjoy I"

opera is said to be having a hard time the line dividing lot three ((3)) from lot but the same law price and bctUr Throughout ita various scenes. Who use be bnith'a Bile Beaca.. k :

all over the world; but twenty-five new one four(4) of said section three (3), and the instruments. Greater valut] fur the money. Smith BILH BEANS pnrlfy be Mood, by actlnztSlrectlrj I I'I.oJ
promptly she Skin and IIdno original Photograph
were produced in Germany last year and' northeast quarter of southeast quarter Of our lowest-priced Internment this is nejm They ana consist of on a vegetable liver.combination that I panel site of this picture I I

thirty-five in Italy.Dr. from the southeast quarter of the south- specially true. They are vastly improvedand lias no equal in medical science. They core Constipation lent on. receipt Ad
Merriman of North Adams Mass. la east quarter of said /section four (4)), we are proud of them. Hard describe malaria, and Dyspepsia and are a ftafetmard J JftlXR BKA1VB. '
said river to against all forms of fevers chills and fever, riding this winter in a sleigh that is 225 years thence northerly along such bargains on paper, but we'll try.OUR and Brizbt's disease. Send 4 cents postage for a sample _
old. It was made in 1G63 for his greatgreatgrandfather place of beginning. Reserving and excepting -- mckage and test the TRIJT1I of what wo say. Prleel25 cents per bottle, ,I t
from the above that parcel of 82IO PIANO.-I.anre F ZI'. *l rant rose- mail e4 io any addrem, postpaid. DOSE ONE drugglat
and has been in the family ever carved leir serpentine plinth. sweet
; land sold by Stephen Ryder and wife to tone fullsivyears'fnianntoe.case. Areliablelnstramentevervwav. er. :ar. anaoRTEc .*, oo.. PBOPHITTOKS, T.NOTICE. x.ovxa. :DKO. f
since. Complete outfit: Mush.thnI.embroiderAtTR ,
R. c. !tIav by deed. bearing- date April d \ i.1 i 8iroct: r uic bO k.all/riight paH.
A petition for the suppression of bullfighting 30, 1887, and recorded in Book K of Bre 8225 PI.' O.-n(>ftl1titul Parlor Upright. Master's Sale.
in the Federal district of Mexico vard Deeds on 20; containing \ / full MZO. llch roHCwood e>>e. Latest stylo OFFIcEatGaincsville. Fla.
page LAND \
Anne trasses. A favorite utyle. Thousands
Queen
Including the City of Mexico, Is receiving twenty-two ((22)) acres more or less. eold. Outfit complete. February 6, 188S. / Notice is .hereby given that, under and
the signatures of thousands of the capital'sdtizen& of ORAN.-Two nets r*'(lR. Five of tale and foreclosure
Dated this 21st day September. OUR 8,55 that the follow- by virtue of a final decree
Kkvrant ca< A. D. 1SS7. stand minis rack.ornamental 8n'tJ,8Df.teu. in -nalllt'l1 settler has filed notice of his rendered by the Honorable John
The desert of Sahara has been largely reclaimed stool.instructor music book and I). Become, Judge of theCircuit Court for
E. H. COVAR Sheriff intention to make final proof in support
French ?n.3 OUR&'I-Tour seta ltt>h1 Ten
enterprise. Forty-three
by the Seventh Judicial Circuit of the State
OUR Beautiful A moht desirable said will be
of Brevard county Fla. tors. t':11o. of his claim. and that proof
oases! have been created, having 13,900 Inhabitants Coui etitiou ih Aliens wL I : 17 1838 in
I J. 'v. ARCHIBALD, Parlor Organ. ]> made before A. A. Stewart. Clerk Circuit of Florida, on February a certain -
120,000 forest trees, and 100,000 Rare Bargains every one. TJiousan-ls of each I Titusville Fla. on Tuesday I cause in chancery therein pending in
Plaintiff's Attorney. 22-5w Court. at ,
told and buyer invar tally more than pleased.
fruit trees. --- March 27th. 1888 viz : Hans the Circuit Court for Brevard county and

The Electrical Review says that the lightning The above sale is: postponed until the An Immense Stock from World's Best Svenkernd, Palm Beach D. S.: 2123 for for the circuit aforesaid, wherein Ellen

rod is a relic of superstition, and that first Monday in December, the same be- Makers, to suit all tastes and purses. Ocer the east half of north-west quarter and Nevins and Thomas F. Nevins, her husband -

the day will come when a lightning rod on a ing the 5th day thereof, at the same place 300 different styles to choose from. east halt of south-east quarter of Sec. 33. are complainants,. and Samuel J. S

house will be regarded in the same light as a and hour. J. E. BOWMAN, Sheriff. FIANOi4.-bl! knhl., ;tfn..o" V Ilnntlln, Township 41 South. Range 43 east. I Frost, adult, and Lucy Frost, Jennette

horseshoe over a door.A Mathushek, Uent, Arlon, glOO lo 81OOO. He names the following witnesses to I Frost, Robert Frost,and Arthur Frost, infants S

French beadle,while attending a funeral I The above sale is postponed until the ORGANS.Ittaxon Jt Harala, Packard, prove his continuous residence upon and and Samuel II. Ray, their guardianad

officially) caught sight of a hare la the cemetery first Monday in January, 1888. the same Bay State, 821-to-sH! .>9.- culivation of said land, viz: E. J. Con- litem, are defendants, I, as Master in

and after a chase killed it with his baton being the 2nd day thereof, at the same Easiest Terms ever heard of. From $3 radson. E. Peterson A. M. Field, and B.Field Chancery, will sell for cash, to the highest

and was fined 30 francs for killing gamo place and hour. to $10, paid monthly, will pccure au all of Lake Worth Fla. bidder, on Monday, April the second, 1888. !
"with prohibited arms." J. E. BOWMAN, Elegant Instrument. 42 S. C. TUCKER. Register. the same being the first Monday in the
Sheriff.The -- month in front of the Court-house door in
A railroad engineer of 'Erie, Pa, fell violently ,
on the ice, striking on the back of his above sale Is postponed until the first Monday in One plain price fig-urea to all.on each Thaf iut>tmn.our wi'PricPH<>nt: and no deviation marked .\Administrator Guardian'sNotice. Titusville, Brevard county, Florida, be-
head. He is recovering but finds when in February 18*8.the sine twiug the 6th day made to any. We ehs v* no trow. take no lew. tween the legal hours of sale, all the following -
thereof,at the name place and hour. This square way ensure to all the. lowest i ncea. wit
described real estate to
standing erect he is wholly blind, though ho J. E. BOWMAN. Sht'rUf.11 ---- To all whom it may concern. :
So easy to 5tiy from vt. Everything In plain All that lot, tract or parcel of land situ-
well when down.
can tee as as ever lying
The above sale is postponed until the print,and exactly as epre The of Exeter N. H. in circular Letters carefully answer Honorable MinorS.
to given
people are going will apply to the
first Monday in March, 1883, the same ed. Parties livta n thousand miles off can buy yard and State of Florida, and forming a
celebrate in Jane next the 250th of Brevard
anniversaryof being the 5th day thereof, at the same Just as well as if in Savannah. Three-fourths Jones, County Judge County, part of land lot two, of section twenty-sev S \
the settlement of their town,and have'&l1the place and hour. of our entire trade is done by correspondence. Florida, for my final discharge from mv township 24, south of range 86 east, be- ,
made. These includethe -- SarahF.
of
arrangements now of the estate
Sheriff. REMEMBER L vest EasicrtBes1 frrns administratorship described metes and bounds as follows -
J. E. BOWMAN, prices; : ing by
extra one of calling it by the name of instruments: Pin stools and eorerr: Mlfrtoghtpaid Wool,deceased, and from my guardianship I :

&."quarter millennial. The above sale is postponed until the ; 15 dans' trial; Fix years' (JIH-' >('; of WilliamVoolff, late an infant, the bound-
rr.ittl all. Beginning at a point on east
There are no fewer than 9,076 general first Monday in April, 1888, the same Square dealing: One pnee only; Money but now of full age. ary of section 27, township 24, south of

officers! the British army, to which: may be being the 2nd day thereof, at the same LUDDEN&BATESSOUTHERN Dated this 2nd day of February, A. D.- range 30 east and o34: feet north of the half

added 1,673 generals who have retired. place and MUSIC HOUSE. SAVANNAh, GA. 1S88. mile post, thence making with said section
hour.J.
Beady 800 generals are paid for making E. BOWMAN, Sheriff JAMES M. P. POOL, line an angle of 78 degrees and 28 minutes,

after dinner speeches about the "British" Administrator of the estate of Sarah F. run south 78 degrees and 28 minutes, west I'
its deceased and guardian of
army always doing duty. \Voglfr (true meridian), to Indian River; thence I

Mr. and Mrs. James O. Robinson are solid .IS U A .D4 for JG BUYERS'at William Woolff a minor. northerly along said river to a point two

citizens of Charlertown, Mass. They have HOWELL TITUS.
been married fifty years. Mr. Robinson .they an worth.sod where to I from the line first run and in a line perpendicular -

weighs 273 pounds, Mrs. Robinson weighs them. Directions for Training State of Florida, } In Ju s "Ice's Cut therefrom; thence north 78 degrees
225, and of their seven living children none ..and Breeding Ferrets.of Mailed County of TIrey-a rd. I and 28 minutes east (true meridian)
l forl5Centa. Also Cots Dos
weighs less than 200 pounds. Furnishing Good of afl kinds.ARS To Hannah:: Gasser. I to the east boundary of the section, antithencc

According to statistics gathered by The Pool & Billiard Room You are hereby notified that a writ of south along said boundary line to

Railroad Gazette, there were in December YOU INTERESXEO IN r UUTR attachment has been issued against: you the place of beginning, containing five (5)

last ninety-two railroad collisions, eighty- Then send for Practical FOUI. and your property attached to satisfy !I acre, more or less. And also all that other

three derailments and seven other accidents, MAIN STREET Info TRY! eolor BOOK.,d platt'L 10O paces eugyayInscig ; bean- the demand of D. L. Gaulden.!I tract of land in the county and State afore-

making 183 in all, in which seventy-one persons nearly an kinda uS Yowl.; descriptions amounting $25.; Now unless) you shall said, known as the northeast quarter (N.
of the breeds how to eapotuze; 1
were killed and 211 injured.A plant for poultry hooaea; : information C' appear before the lIon. Minor S. ,Jones. t E. \) of section twenty-six (26)), in township -

little girl of Metz, 14 years old, named TITUSVILLE, FLA. if tbout Eggs lacobaton from bent,sad stock where tit to*<1.6O bay ( Judge:; of the County Court and ex-oilicio I twenty-four ((24)), south of range thirtysix -

IAUISO Fuchs, has just boon condemned to per Hklinjr. Bent far Id Cent Justice of the Peace for said county at I (36)( ), cast of Tallahassee meridian, containing -

ight days'imprisonment for having insultedthe his oillce. at 'l'itiisviile, on the 24th day i one hundred and sixty ((160)) acres.

emperor of Germany. The insult con- Sole Agent in this section for BROWN'S ot April. A. D. ISSS, at 10 o'clock in !: Excepting; however, from the foregoing one

saW in writing a private letter to one of GINSENG TONIC-a Delightful and exhilarating '. tk U O.JWU.need 120 the BOOK 1J OF O CAfSElilltfts. Illns- the forenoon. judgment will be rendered hundred and sixty acre piece a plot of five

her little friends, in which there was some- Beverage. Always on draught. L; tahoe.. BoantifoT pnxea.colored plate. against you and your property sold : ((5) acres, the property of Alfred E. Rahr,
thing di his' Such Treatment aaa breedinc of all kiadit Cage to the debt. described follows Begining in the N.
rc!pectful to majesty. it. birda, for pleaoors and profit. JJinoaaoa pay as :
lenten- are said to be quito common in AlWeLoraine Try and their ear* How to build and stock Dated this 22nd dav of February. D. 'v. \ of the N. E } of section twenty-six

and they can add no strengtho an all Aviary.kinds birds All,aboat cag e Parrota.. et-c. Mailed Pr.cea furl otI 1888. (26), township 24, south of 30 east; commencing -

the popular love for tho conquerors. Over 6000.000 PEOPLE. USERtY" (;ents. The Tnree Books.40 Ci: 24 1) I.. GAULDEN, PlainthT.THE one acre east of the northwest

ASSOCIATED FANCIERS, -- corner of said
FACTS WORTH KNOWING. ED3ttsj 237 Soith LigbUi: Street,PWUdelphia,Pa. SLOOP AGNES: acre east, thence> four and one-half ((4J)

J O.M.FERRYACO. acres south; thence three-quarters (U) of an
admitted to be the I commanded: by thence two south thence
Hold a hot shovel over furniture to remove are acre west; acres ,
hite spots. Laraeat the Seedamenrn wortd. Geo. E. Chase, I CAPTAIN JOHN McLEAN, : one-quarter ((1)) of an acre west, thence

D.X.F&IBTACO'SSEED north to beginning,containing five
To give a good oak color to a pine floor'ash m..vste4,DeMrI.. Makes regular trips on Indian River. place

in a solution of one pound of copperas a.....PrIeM CARRIES A FULL SUPPLY OFGi'oceriesDry (5) acres.
dissolved in A gallon of strong lye. Chandler SHE All of the above described real estate being -

To whiten the hands melt half an ounce of ANNUAL Ship Goods in the county of Brevard, State of

c&phorgn, half an ounce of glycerine and08pound Forl8S8 Canned; Goods, Florida.

of mutton tallow,and apply every wfll be mailed Witness my hand and sal this fir-t day
night REE TO ALL Boat and Vessle Supplies, all kinds Hats Boots and Shoes,
I applicant and of March, A. D., l8.SEAi. .
A hornet nest which has been deserted by to lart oaaon'a Patent Anchors, Chains, Blocks, Ladies' Shoes in great variety ; Prints all
WALTER S. GRAHAM
with- [ ] ,
the customer Galvanized Wire
hornets, bound on the throat with a piece ccdennc rt. Canvass, at low prices.
oat new patterns
of flannel, will cure the most malignant sore Invaluable aL Hope, all sizes, Tents, Master in Chancery for Brevard Co.

throat Every person usmc Spruce Ladders, ReaJy-iafle ClotMi Toilet! Articles GEORGE M. RODBflS.Complainants' .
'
Salt and water will prevent the hair from Carden.FleldorFlOwerSEEDS Coppei Faints, gal's, 1-2 gal's, qts.! ,
*,.u&e == Spur Varnish, gal's, 1-2 gal's,qts pts. NOTIONS. ; Solicitor.
out,and will cause new hair to grow. 45.t.U.STEU'S ; .
Leads kinds.F. March
Oils and all 1,1888. S
o not use so strong as to leave white particles D. M..FERRY&CO.DetrOItMICh.C. &j For the.cash only.iMarch
__ W. DEVOE k CO'S READY MIXED PAINTS
15, 40 6m. S
upon the hair when dry. .
boats.hart's ---- : SALE.
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In fact jibing Building or Sailing -
To restore gilding to picture frames, remove II. SCOTT, NOTICE.
all dust with soft brush and wash the Block 90 East Bay St. Notice hereby riven that tinder and by virtue:
. a EASTERNHAIRDRESSING !! State of Florida. \ of a final degree of eal and foreclosure renderedby
gluing in warm water in which an onion has tl.e Honorable John D. Broom Judge; of the
FLA.Tiitt's of Dade. i
been boned JACKSONVILLE. County the Seventh Judicial Circuit of
for
;dry quickly with soft rags. Circuit Court
SALOON Take notice that six months after the the State of Florida on February ITtli A. D. 1b& .
Mahogany furniture should bo washed I date hereof I will I're.-ent to the County in a -rU'n 1"11111' in Chancery therein landing
with warm water and Comt for Brevard County aiid for the
soap an application the Circuit
of beeswax ant sweet oil a soft cloth, If you want a clean and easy shave, .Jude of IXulc County! my final accounts Circuit aforeiinid wherein Edward: Pai<*i
and polished with chamois upon rich finish.Blackheads As clean as barber ever gave, Pills and voucher a> Executrix (If Charles and l.dwardVttka and 3Iaiy ). Wttkfc
,gives ins suit T C. Weeks are d"ff'lldanb. I. a*
Just call on me at my saloon, !I Moore, late of ])adn County, deceased, Master WIP in Chanrert. will Sell for cuh. to the

face may bo removed by washing At morning, eve, or afternoon.I'll j and aik tor mj final discharge as such highest bidder on Monday AprIl the S"co d.ISI-( !>.
jae at night with hot water,then drying in
the month
executrix. November 10th 1KS7. the ".!UP being the fir..t'orllby in
'z-iskly with a crash towel and applying amixture cut and comb your hair with grace FOii TCPID L1VE! I t ELIZABETH .J. MOORE, front of Hi* Court house door in Titn. ille. Bre
of one ounce of liquor of potassaand To suit the contour of your face; i !, card County. Honda. ".etwe.-n the legal bonra of
two lUerilerauieitbcwlioSesyHSick Executrix of Lat: Will and Testament pale all the following dtcribed real -Mate to-wit :
ounces of I'll give a good shampoo, .,
cologne. To torpi-1 .
you 1.4 f Section Twenty
i>
\ I Deceased. 32-Gm The uorth-wevt quarter <( few.My !'6 of Charles Moore
A free application of soft soap to a fresh The art of which is known to teju. :"ull.rodltc /:5) in Township T1r..nty'Wven C-T) South of

wttn almost instantly removes the fire from sci-sor'sharp, my razor's keen, 1-Ieadachc Notice. I liaiiee Tlnrty-Se (.tf) E t rontamiutr one him.dred -
the and sixty (If/}).(.rf'''. all in Brevard County.
flesh. If the is severe, asson is neat and clean,
injury
very shop a ways
My Khsu- State of Honda
Costiveness To all irhom it concern:
as the pain ceases apply linseed oil and And everything sure you'll find, Dyspepsia, may I Witness! ruy Stud ml seal thin tint day of
&en dust Sis month) af .'r .lItt.-1 will present to the Hoimr-
over with fine flour. When thiscovering To tuit the taste and piease the mind.And matism Sallow Skin and Piles. able Minor S.Jon- Pr'.l at.'Judge of lirevarrt Co. March. A. 1'. l S1i.'I )
drys hard repeat the oil and flour'th'ng intend for these .'l&.. mv final aocouLt- \oucbtrsof the estate of W.4LTET. S. GRAHAM. l ScuLl
,
until a good coating is obtained. now to all who patronize There is no better remedy Tutt'S Liter JOHN E MOORE:, deceanl of said county. and auk'I Master in Chancery: for Brevsrd: Connty.XV. .
hen the latter dries allow it to stand until Just come along and bring your frienibAnd : :" common diseases ill than I'rI'c,S3c for my final dmcbargp HM adraiiiistrator of the saidcstate H. Gl.- ,on,
I will tn"Iy 1'llls, as a trial v% prove. Pnise\8 1>. WKSEOS,Adin r.Titni'ville 3"
"cracks I ; lainant. t
assure
and you for
falls off it will doinaday Solicitor Conn
as : '; Everywhere. Fla., J3tllllfr.19. 18>>8.
or
satisfy. Sold
lo, and a new skin will be found to havo ) \"enmt to may

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i 8 THE FLORIDA STAR, THURSDAY, MAIL 15, 1888. .



SPKCI.iL, COII'II\ I -The STAR is $1.50 per anunm in nd- I! -We had a cold "snap" from the j I POll SALK. I Indian River I

I North this week. A tract of land on Indian River in the i Bkjj]}

Local advertising infeite in thin column for five I vance.Ed. 1.I county of .Ure\'ard consisting of SS I
('ent.l> r line each. insertion. No cb rpe made for DeCourcey returned with the -Eau Gallie items only came to handas acres; it hem;: lot \n. i;, and south halt Wa.'thlntonVtnut".

ess than0 cento.TWENTYSEVEN Gleam from down the river on Sunday we were going to press. They will be of the northeast quarter of section 35, Ii TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.

ACRES of Land; afternoon.In published next weefr. and lot No. :H, being; the southwest quarter Fresh Bread, Cakes and

about 00 rods fronting on Lake Worth ; i I Mr. Gardener's residence the of the northwest quarter of section I ConaUntiy Confectioner?'
of an new on on haml
several in tropical trees of all consequence overpressureof ,,36, both in township 31 south, range 31)east.
kinds 200 acres cocoanut trees,jO in bearing; work several job orders are held over river front is being pushed rapidly for- This is a very desirable piece of 'I' BOSTON.MILK FRENCH. C.RA1IVM .\XI>ITO
; KKKAI*
limes, lemon, guava and sugar-apples in until Friday. ward. I IJlrs. hammock, soil of rich quality, suitable ORDER.MAIJK) :
I for the raising of all fruits. Is
bearing. Several acres of good hammockand -Turner the has been ableto and Miss Clapper left ; tropical .
artist, not Wager Parties. Ball,1'i."nics err catered for1th
drained bottom land. situated at the Narrows, near Kno pist-
of '
a large area supply the demand for the views of here, on Tuesday's train, to visit the \ Furpartic.uJars care and attention. AUtrt. Non-Intou Vm
\ UeJI for h.
Price, $3,000. Apply l to Porter ft Pot- cheap ca> Health Hiving l>\ .ra:,:t>. ; ,ts. jerbottj *'

ter, Lake Worth, Fla.. 46 the Presidential party.Married Sub-Tropical. address Special Prices for Hotels,Restaurants.
K. M. LOW.
the 6th intant at Melbournite." Your communication (;. ALTUCK,
LOOK HERE, TOURIST. Call and on ,, Sept. 3. Urockton. Mass. I PronrlptoFJ. .

we. Good board at the Goode House, Deisoner House, in Titu...ville, by the is too personal, and reflects rather TKITIIIAKI), P1"l' hlt'nt.
---- -- -
Melbourne: Fla., at $."OO per week. Rev. Jno. Foy, Mr. R. P. Hardy, of unfeelingly on the character of the party I W. 3!. L'COwxe a..hil't

Special rates for families or parties. Osteen and Mi s Fannie S. Bennett, of r.amed therein. SOur columns are always J. S. McGhislmii, I
Write to R. W. Goode, proprietor.ONE discussion INDIAN RIVER Bift
Aurantia. open to free and non-libelous : ;
Hundred-and Forty-Four Acres, TIN AND SHEET IRON WORK
but as the tenor of communicationis
your
More have visited
'
with a frontage of 100 rods en Lake people Wager'swharf Titus illc, rioiitla.A .

Worth. on west side ; new hone with during the past week than have I slanderous we mut decline to publishit. Dune to Order on s>lu>it Notice. I GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TEAS

piazza, office 16x18, and out-buildings; been in South Titusville for months. I The STAR will not be a receptaclefor Roofing and Guttering a Specialty. SACTED.Exehmge .
nice lawn and shrubbery. This such and malice. II
property spite I
party
The manatee was the cause of such an bought out folil.) :'1\4.1.11
the town of Lake Worth, TIT"II.LE., TLA. 17 I I attention 'U\;
adjoins new Prompt given tnrollretum : ;
and is a great bargain. Price, 2000. influx of visitors. -Sheriff Bowman returned from a -- -- h --- -- __ -- I on tint mortgage for :snug Lreuuegoelated ;.
Porter & Potter trip the Ten-mile creek, (,Monday, Ikinks Corporations and Individuals.est Iht.r'I :
Terms : cash. Apply to -Quite a large number people from up ritost HIII. I allowed on time deposits.

Lake Worth, Fla. 46 Titusville and points down the river where he says he came across about a A. i i OOOOO TO LOANOn

and after tin dozen of the Seminole: Indians on a big THTSVILUKuumu: : ;
MARCH 1st.-From started, on Tuesday, for Jacksonville, to ,
Cash Store will sell bender." had plenty of whisky, Fir-t-class Heal 11tatc.Ailvanees .
date the Titusville visit the Sub-Tropical, Wednesday being They Keep full :supply of metallic and wooden I
for cah only, and as cheap as any house and were merry drunk. lIe says that I made
Brevard A of the
Day. I\\"uilahlt'l'ollah'ral.
A full line of report proceedings Coffins Cases and Caskets. upon
south of Jacksonville.
the St. Lucie house, under the management i iI Appioved liu>ine?" paper dicountnl.Pratt .
staple and fancy groceries, hay, grain, will be given in our issue of I
on all part* of Europe.
feed, fertilizers, nails, paints, oils, lamps nex't week. of the genial ami hospitable James I Funerals attended if cll' ired.11 orders i l 15n...ine>"4 done at.Iiu-k!'.onvilU- rate.
glassware and Tinware. Heed and Paine, is doing an excellent business, promptly executed, and at fl'a*Olla-
I
:: favor,
-There Kvery consistent with
communicationscame roux!
were so
Steere;Titusville.* 40-3t many and everyone going there is well pleased. I rates. Kmbalmimr donC'I:: banking, cheerfully cxt -nkll.
in yesterday that tie found it im-
(:nma"l': () IfXTS: Hank of.la<'kNonTilJ,.
A DIAMOND RING for sale; gentle- -We are informed that illness prevented A. M. Hamilton & Co. ,
impossible to insert them all. We shall I .Ju.'k-(lI1\.illt' Ha.; The setboarIatluui 1 1i
man's; set with 3 beautiful Diamonds.Cost Judge Tucker from lecturing, as i Hank, New York.BAYVIEW. f;
'be glad if our correspondents will mail ___ __ __ _
over $200 : will pen for S100. Apply announcement in our issue of last: TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA,
per
at STAR Office. their items early, so that they come to : COTTAGE
week. He will however lecture at ,
-- Wholesale Dealer in
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hand on Tuesday at the latest. Tho-e ,
CALL on A. V. IIi cock, Georgiana, Rockledge on Tuesday evening, March INDIAN RIVER,
held will be week.
Indian River, for river fronts; terms are over published next 20th and TitiHville I Indian River ,. ,
at on Wednesday, Oysters AcinmiiHMlaH'H(ine ta timing tinA\inter &MWJ,
easy for cash to settlers. School and -Our Editor-in-Chief (E. B. Wager, Tenor Low.
March 21st the following. I
day
Church at hand, mail and transportation Esq.,) left here on Tuesday for a few being ; I I I, Boating ami Bathing. Location near tie mou'1!
facilities daily, mail steamer touches both Eight o'clock each evening ito be the 11'] HI-I of the M Sfbjstiou li H'r. uln<-hlanotrt1r.,,
days of much-needed recreation. lIe cellent Hunting and Fishing.
ways daily. The place is: healthful, elevated time for the lecture, and the subject is-

and pleasant.A went to Jacksonville to "do" the SubTropical "The Birth, Growth anti Law of the Green Turtle and Game. Address : 1'. Knllcr, 31icco, }')a.I .
and to take in" all the sightsof I I
MODERN COTTAGE of 8 room Cyclone Storm, and how its approachmay I I -- -- -
the metropolis. The editorial chair All orders:: will receive promptand careful attention I I
.r with wide halls, beautifully finished, and be foretold." whether by telegraph, I A. L. Hatch ifc Son
26 acres of land, red hammock and beach has, consequently, devolved upon C. 11. letter or person. 17 !I ,
Theteamer Waimita has undergonea --- -- ---- ---- - ---I
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hammock, on the east side of Lake Walton, to whom all errors-good, bad : DIALERS IX

Worth, will be sold for $7,!,OO, or $8,000 and indifferent-must be attributed.The thorough overhaul, and on Friday af- TITUS HOUSE '

including household furniture and farm- ternoon last! her repairs been completed, ,. 'DRY GOODS NOTIONS
ing implements. The land is cleared and concert for the benefit of our ,
she was launched from Hart's shipyardat ; ,
planted in all ,sorts of tropical trees.! Fire Department comes off next week. TitusYille, Indian River, Florida.
Palatka. It is said that the Waunitawill
There are 10,000 pi plants,a large The entertainment will be held Thurs Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery,
cocoanut grove, party bearing, and be placed on the line between Daytona E. II. Fllim", Proprietor. Stationery, Family Medi-
and that all those
lemons, limes and oranges. It has a day evening, we hope and Rockledge. She ran down the cines, Garden SetJs,

.c frontage of 10 rods on Lake Worth, and who appreciate such a useful body as St. John's River to the bar, and from Large Airy Rooms ; Excellent Cui-

26 on the Atlantic Ocean, with a wide the Fire Department will show it by sine. I CHOICE GROCERIES,
there, we understand, she will be towed
extending from lake to ocean.
avenue giving their and at
Apply to Porter & Potter, Lake Worth, patronage presence down the coast Mosquito Inlet, This well-known house is now open I Hay, Corn, Mapes Fertilizers.
the Such should
concert. an object re
Fla. 40 through which she will pass to the Halifax for the reception of guest I CITY POIXT, rLOKIIlt.
ceive the of towns-
----- general support our i
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Hh"er.'lw: is to run in connection
LOCH LACOXICS.Capt. folks and we anticipate a crowded I
with the St.: John's and Halifax rail- GRAND VIEW HOTEL
liou e. Don't forget it. EACOTT & Co.,
,
ways. Later on we shall be able to give

/Sellers left for Jacksonvilleyesterday. -.c are informed by a prominent our readers further particular: respectingthis TITUSVILLE, FLA. : TlTUSVIIIi:, I I.I., I

orange grower in this vicinity that the steamer and 1 her new route.oyA. -0-

-Circuit Court convenes next Monday jack daws have learned to pierce and eat -- TIN & WORKERS,
The most Dentrally locate Hotel in City.
the 19th inst. oranges from the trees. He says that

-Have you seen the manatee? has two of his finest trees, which were loaded UTTERING, ROOFING,
NEW HOUSE. FII STCL.SIX;
;
been the absorbing! question during with oranges, have been robbed of its EVERY Rl* PECF. I I And Mumifuctiu'ing of Tin
the week. fruit in this manner. The idea i is ad-
I past I
all the round. Table Unurpa mire.Galvaiiizei .
vanced that these birds probably learned Open year :: -
The communication headed "the u w UGyr
this two when the were o eil. Bath Room* Free. of all iin*a.
founder of Melbourne" is declined with years ago; oranges ROYAL cows3 Work& Repairing
Frozen and became soft before decaying.The ![etltil/r Hates, s- .:><> & $::1.00 per Day.
thanks.A. .
orange has enough enemies already. SPECIAL HATES PER WEEK. Locution: MAIN s..... ucarltlirr.
D. Pitts, of the Narrows, is i in If the jack law continues this practice J. A. MILLER, }>rOp7' ct07t. H

town in readiness to do some "courting"neat a
there will be depredations made
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week Judge Broome does 9 r
providing Fi
his i
not sweep him out. upon race. { I ROBBINS & GRAHAM
-The steamer Maggie Dillon, of Eau ,
Smith faithful marshal,
-T. W. our
Gallie, made a trip up here, on Tuesday,
ill for the two weeks, .
has been very past
with Mr. and Mrs.: Treutler, Captainand

and up to this time is very little better. Mrs. Bennett Mr. and Mrs. J. O.
,
Mr. G.V.. Martin acting marshal.Dr. REAL ESTATE BROKERS & LOAN AGENTS.
Walton, Messrs. A. R. and II. V. Hodg '

Houghton returned from his trip onand13st'r Claude Walton on board. 4KIf4GPOWDER .. .

down the river on the steamer Rock- She did not make very good time comingup V.

ledge, on Tuesday, and will be found at there being a strong head wind. Mr. LANDS BOUGHT AND SOLD.

the Grand View hotel for the next two Treutler, the owner of the steamer, was

weeks. ; suddenly called north to attend to some Loans Negotiated on First Class Security at from 12 to 24 per cent.

There will be an immigration meet- important business which will, probably, i I '
( 1 lOin' lots in rapidly growing Towns, will net investors loolN
ing on Monday evening next, at 7:30, at occupy his time for the noxt eight cent. in twelve month.-:

the Court House, Titusville, and a full months. The remainder of the party returned Absolutely Pure. Residence lots in Titusville: from $20 up to 1000.

attendance is earnestly requested. Col. to Eau Gallie early on Wednesday This powdernevervaries. A marvel ofpuri- business: : from S2O to $2J; {)(}.

Walter Gwynn will attend. morning. ty: ,strength and wholesomeness More economical '

The ladies of Titusville are requestedto -\Iei'rs. Bartles and Zellers returned be sold in than competition the ordinary with kinds the multitude and cannot of Agents for Florida Southern Railway Lands
low test, short weight, alum or phosphate I
of Mrs. James from their down the river last Friday
meet at the residence trip powders. Sold only in cans. I

Pritchard on Friday afternoonthis week, evening, having been absent about Royal Baking Powder :o. lOG Wall-st.,N.Y. II I
More than ::1.000,000 Acres: of (hoic'c Land, loated in nearly t'\'ry

j to form a Guild. The hour appointed is five weeks, and spending a good portionof For Sale Cheap ''county in the State, suitable for Farming, Grazing, Fruit and \'egct3J'1"

three o'clock. the time up the St. Lucie River, ''Urowing-Pinc. Cypress and Cedar Timber, price $1 per Acre and

With double daily trains and several where they captured several manatees or A BEARING ORANGE GROVE, upwards

steamers; with an ice factory, steam sea-cows, one of which they brought up P. 0. Box 250 Titusville, Florida.

laundry, steam printing office-Titusville with them ; the other died in the net At Mims Station,

is rapidly approaching to the front rankof before it could be extricated. The man- On tie J. 7' & K. W. Ratimty, Four J/ifo

Florida towns. Everything is con- atee is an air-breathing fish: and has to fnnn Titutrill' I A. A. STEWART, GEO. M. ROBBINS, WALTER S. GRAHAM.Clerk .
300 Hearin Trees: and !i")0 Young Tree Circuit Court. )1. 1)
the come to the surface about every five Atty. at Law.
stantly on move.We set out about ; rears. The prove covers7acres.
minutes to blow ; hence, when it was en- Sufficient: land surrounding the
to learn that Mr.
are pleased
Hutchinson has decided to push forward tangled in the meshes of the net, it soon grove to make up 20 acrewill be sold. BREYARD ABSTRACT OF TITLE COMPANY.
drowned for want of air. The one they The grove iwell fenced and there: i is a
I the work on his: new hotel. The Titus dwelling (somewhat out ui repair) on the
House property will undergo great brought up with them on the chooner place. Right on the railway ; l lev than \ Complete Abstracts of Title furnished to all land in Bre-

Manatee lived] until Saturday about Irom stores, office Lard
within the coming twelve depot MM-olHce expre> county, Florida.
changes noon, when it died. All day Saturday etc. Thi- grove will be sold very

months. and Sunday crowds of people visitedWager's I cheap within the next C"; da\>. Titles Examined and Perfected.Box .

-There was quite a large attendanceat Apply to llobbiiiH cV Grtthaw.w .
wharf to view this and
rare
at-I I 250 Titusville
the service last Sunday the Fla.
Episcopal most extinct variety of the fishes. AR.NING-: .
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Rev. Mr. Du Pay officiating. There will i ----- -
I measured about eight feet from the tip :, T l1N'T BE DECEIVE!> BY COMMISSION ATTENTION
be service WE CALL THE
also
next Sunday morning,
of its nose to the end of its tail, and is jJ Houses III the North advertising to pay large I
the Rev. E. 1 Turquand, of Enterprise, prices' for Hides Fur and Skins but sell your
supposed to weigh about one thousand good at home. r >r highest prices slnp them to Of tbe people of Indian River to our stock of Good-,

officiating. Service will) comnlenceat 11 pounds. There is some talk of sendingthe C. E. PONTIER & Co. which we are offering at very close margin.
.
o'clock a. m., instead of 10:30 as hereto I We make a specialty of
hide to the Sub-Tropical Exposition.Mr. Orlando Fla., box 327 : or Tampa. Fla., I II
fore. Bartles and wife and Miss Bartles I box 3O. '

-A new road, leading from Main have had quite a pleasant time on Indian !! WANTED TO BUY Groceries Grain Hay and Flow
ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND
street, direct through the hammock just River since their arrival just before ,

west of Canaveral street,and from thence Christmas. They left for Jacksonvilleon ,I (100,000)( ) Green, Salted of
stock
ALLIGATOR SKINS On which we will give special inducement We carry a large
to the new road leading through the Wednesday, from whence they visit

Turnbull hammock, about half a mile St. Augustine ere their return to their HERON PLUMES GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS ETC,

north of is talked of and will AND BIRD SKINS OF ALL KINDS to.
town, now home in Kansas. Anyone requiring a. find it greatly
Which we are offering at low figures. Those needing shoes will
shortly be made. This will give:t splen- manatee should put himself in commu- bought in season.:-First National Quotations Bank cent of on Tampa.application.Rdert'nce For their interest to give us a call as we are selling shoes very low-

did drive on an excellent road when nication with Captain Zellers, at Titus further information call on or address C. E. We will be pleased to quote prices at any time. .
PO TIER k CO., Orlando. Fla., Box 327 :
f completed. ville. or Tampa, Fla.. Box 30. 33- m E. I,. BB.A.DY d:) :BRO ,

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