The Florida star
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 Material Information
Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: January 11, 1883
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
notis - AKR0018
lccn - sn 96027111
System ID: UF00075901:00030
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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'GOfERHORBLOXHAlI'S MESSAGE the question it is necessary to'refer backa to'go'into the market to 'borrow ,the State to visit Europe, for the purpose State. The 'debt that ,rested upon 'the;
:r yE.ExEcv' IYz OFFICE. few years. '' a large amount, in order to' preserve her selling a large body,of these 'lands at II fund has been relieved-an impetus torailroad
TAT.T.AH st t,FL.., Jan.2.1883"J At the change 'of 'M lniRtr t ons\-In credit The question'was then, should 25 cents per acre, in order to relieve the building never, before realized in
,, .Gentlemen 1 the Senate gad dnaNUy: ,January 1877,the State tax was 12} mills.The the Legislature allow the State to go back= fund. the State was secured-1 large,.amountof
,In :welcoming you to the Capitol in the : Legislature,waS desirous,of, reducingthe to a scrip basis/and its credit'depend up- Soon after my immediate predecessor, capital, both from Europe,and Amen-,
discharge of Constitutional duties, I Governor Drew intO office he ca, has been invested in ouf limits, necessarily
"it your same,but a difference opinion; existed on scrip speculators, and its expenses be ,came recognized -
:can but congratulate you upon the auspidouadrcunwtanoaB IBS to the proper ,reduction be necessarily increased thereby-or should the'absolute necessity of such a,saleas bringing with it an,influx of,population .
4, under which you have made, and that body adjourned leaving. they place additional, mill for one year the only means of relieving the fund -an advertisement such as we nevi
met. Never before intltethtory of .our the law: as they.found it_ In October of and keep the State- ',on a cash basis? The and developing the State., Mr. S. A. er, had, and which has called public at-
State have Floridians had somuch'to'becongratulated' t that year, Governor Drew?, ascertainingthat Legislature wisely concluded that it was Swann, of our State,was appointed the' tention not only in this country but in
"upon;"or such a brilliant a reduction could be made, directedthe much better for a tax-payer to pay an agent of the Internal Improvement Board.In Europe, to our resources and climatic
outlook for the future. No State in the collectors through the comptroller, to additional ten cents upon his ''bundled this capacity he,visited Europe, in ads advantages, and a large amount of I prop.
;South is receiving more attention Pop- collect 10 mills in place of the 12} auth- dollars of property for one year and thus dition to making several trips ,North, 'in erty placed upon the tax books, thus aiding
>4> ulationand capital are contiD.uaUy'nterI orized by law. In August, 1878, he directed maintain the State upon a cash basiathan order to save the fund from utter wreck. in a reduction of taxation, are some
ing her borders, her lands.'are bong eager a further reduction ofl mill and to allow its credit to depreciate, with- all (See Reports Secretary'of Trustees Journals of the advantages 'accruing from thestile.
ly 'sought for and her genial and semi- the collectors were directed to collect 9 the attendant evils of an over issue of 1875 to 1881, inclusive.:) The'Board '? '
tropical climate.invites'the pleasureseeker mills for that year. Thus the matter stood scrip. To "pay as you g&" is a homely had long advertised to sell;even in blocksas SETTLERS ON-PUBLIC LANDS.
as well as the immigrant.: ,Her finances' with a 9-mill tax, when the Legislature adage but one equally applicable and small as five thousand acres, .at fifty In making the sale for the relief of th$
are upon the most solid foundation; her assembled in January1879.. beneficial to states as individuals. I..will cents'.an acre, and there has been ,.no Internal Improvement Fund,'the'trustees
securities in good demand,and far above .The question of,a' reduction ,of taxes not discuss the evils of the'credit system, time for years past, that a sale of,a sufficient were not unmindful of the settlers upon
their par 'value, ,and her Comptroller'sWarrants again occupied the attention of that body. as illustrated by a scrip issue beyond the quantity to relieve the fund would those lands. Provision was made, ,allowing
,passing current! .in the banking Gov. Drew, then governor of the' State, income of the State. The $80,000 ,whichwe not have been cheerfully made at 25 cents them from June 1,1881' until Janus
institutions ,and_ moneyed, marts of the pressed upon the committee the necessityof are called upon yearly to pay in the per acre. All of these efforts had been ;ary 1, 1883, to par ,for their lands at
.country She has no floating debt and having eight mills, and requested them shape of interest upon our State'debt' is published to the world, through-the Legislative I State prices, and many have availed themselves
her taxable resources in the last two years not to go below that figure if they desired the legitimate and necessary offspring of Journals, without' a dissentingvote of it, and entered their homesteads.I .
have increased over ten million dollars the State kept on a cash basis and the in- such a policy and should be 'a warning as to the price, so far as I am 'aware, take pleasure in stating also, that M/
.eo much so as to warrant a large reductionin terest upon the public 'debt punctually that the most thoughtless should heed.- from any source. Legislature after Leg- Disston has shown most commendable
State taxation,and at the same time met. They thought however that by suspending :BEOrCTIOK OF TAXES. islature had met,''and in: response 'to the desire in the protection of.that portion of '
r maintain cash basis.. Her Internal Im- Fund for' what to be done to relieve our population, and'although the time
.the Sinking ., two years. The act of March, 1881, to secure an inquiry was
'provementFunawhich: has been shackled 7 mills would be sufficient to carry the I' equal and uniform rate of taxation, and the,lands from this inheritance of seem- for the payment has now passed those
and 1'eJ1dered''una i1 ble- for so many State through on a cash basis. 'Hence a to pay the current expenses of the State ingly necessary spoliation, no cheering who are o fide settlers, and have;; not
years, has been practically'released, and 7-mill tax was' passed and the Sinking for the years 1881 and 1882 and for the answer could be given. The right of the been able to avail themselves of the op
-'thus the fetters thrown off: that have so! Fund tax suspended for two years. This General School Fund, and for the intereston State to its equity 'of redemption wag portunity;, will I am informed, not be
long retarded her de & ment. As a was the rate assessed and collected for the bonded debt for said years, levied freely and carelessly voted away, 'as 'in- molested, but, allowed further time" to
consequence;, the gratifying fact can be the years 1879 and 1880. a-tax of 8 mills, with the following proviso solvency seemed' the inevitable doom of complete their payments.
announced .that more miles of railroad i When the Legislature met in January : That if the Governor should discover the entire fund. RECLAMATION OF LANDS.
have been constructed in her limits duringthe 1881 and I entered upon the discharge of from the aggregate assessment of the I The political organization that placedmy The reclamation of lands in the south .
past two years than in her en'tire.for. the duties of Governor we found notwith- property of the State and from other name before the people of the State, I ern portion of the peninsula, affording,
mer history. The significance of such a that the its candidate an outlet for the waters of that ''vast in
standing the most rigid economy, sources of revenue, the reduction of the as for Governor,in full viewof .
fact cannot go unmarked..Millions of acres State was behind over $100,000. The deficiencies 8 mills State: tax of 1882 will be justified, these efforts, not only endorsed Governor land sea, known as Lake,Okeechobee, has
of her extreme southern territory are being! for 1880 and previous years. he is hereby authorized to direct the Col- Drew's action in the matter, but gave been a mooted question for years, but no.
reclaimed, which will in the' future* addimmeJ8dy which had to be met amounted to $35-. lectors of Revenue to collect only 7 mills expression to the desire of the people in decisive step was taken in that' direction
to her productive capacity, 685.19-(see acts of 1881, Chapter 3225,) State tax for 1881" Owing to the increased the platform by declaring, "that we favor until January,1881,a. ,few, weeks 'aftei:
and furnish a field for tropical, product- -floating debt, $5,335.25; jurors' and development of,the State. the assessment the dtoncumberment of the Internal the present'administr, 1 tion. ,came in... At
iveness without a rival in.our sisterhoodof witnesses certificates outstanding, $25-, showed a considerable increase Improvement fund of the State at the that date, Colonel Co'ryell appeared bee
States. But to these and other topics,so 95L50; interest on bonded debt due January for the year 1881, and I felt warranted in earliest practical moment"These fore,the Board'of Trustees, the- .Internal -
fruitful of thought,I invite your attentionmore 1, 1881, $52,250.; salaries for. the exercising the authority given me by the were positive indications, from Improvement Fund, as the representative
in detail 1 last quarter of 1880, $13,068. making a Legislature and directed the tax to be reduced the leading minds of both political organ- of Philadelphia capitalists and nego:
*. FINANCES. total of$132,290.12 that was due, with to 7 millafoi 1882., izations, that a sale of a large block of tiated a contract with said Board. for the
It will be seen from the reports of the only$29,683.18 in the treasury to meet The sale, to disencumber our Internal the lands at a reduced price was the only drainage and reclamation of lands lying
Comptroller and Treasurer that the total the same. In other words after trying a Improvement fund has necessarily placeda possible means of saving anything to the south of township 24.in,consideration.
amount of warrants issued for 1881 were 7-mill tax for two years,'with the Sailing large amount of lands upon the tax fund. And were they not correct Here .. receiving one-half of the lands so reclaim
$281,201.03-and. for 1882 $170,302.08.For' Fund suspended, and $22,727 of the Sink- books and the great impetus thus given to were, some 14 millions ,of "swamp and ed. The last Legislature chartered the .. J.,:
the first, time in the history of the ing Fund of former years used for general railroad building has largely increased .overflowed lands" resting under a burdenof "Atlantic and Gulf Coast ,Canal ,and "
State we have ample funds in the Treas- expenses the State Was unable by $102- that source of revenue. The natural increase over 1 million dollars. It bore an inter- Okeechobee Land Company" >who have
to all drafts for current expensesno 606.94 its due. wealth and succeeded to all the rights under said contract -
ury pay : to meet obligations past of population, growingout est of over 70 thousand dollars per year,
floating debt, and deficiences : It may be said that we had the taxes of of these great enterprises, as, well as which interest fell due semi-annually
asked for. This simple announcement is 1880 to apply to the expenses of 1881",but from other BOurceS has increased the revenue was rendered interest bearing as fast as it This company immediately had a seriesof
a sufficient commentary_ upon ourfinan- every one familiar with the practical financial of the State so. largely that I ami fell due., The ,litigations, and necessary surveys made to test the practicabilityof
cial status. operations of the government for more than gratified in being able to recommend expenses of administering the fund con- the proposed undertaking. and from J
The bonded debt is as follows: years, knows that the expenses of each a large reduction in taxation.To sumed the larger,portion of the annual their surveys, as wen as those made by
Seven per cent. bonds 1871 $350,000 00 current year are really met with the occupational reduce the taxes to the lowest estimate sales, and left but little to apply to the the United States, under the direction of
Six per cent bonds 1873.. ,925,00000 taxes of that year and the commensurate with keeping the State on rapidly accumulating debt. Delay General Gilmore, it was hown that Lake
Eight per cent Convention bonds 1,50000 property taxes of the preceding year;.and i a cash basis, is not only' a duty but a would have been a not distant, but inevi- Okeechobee has an' elevation' of twentytwo -
Total $1,276,500 00 moreover it will be remembered that the pleasure.To go below that is financial table ruin. Even this short respite was feet above the Gulf -of Mexico and
Of these bonds there are in School Legislature was in session in 1881 and its suicide. But, to secure a proper reduc= not. to be granted. It was wellknownthat I that Lake Tahopekaliga'the head ,water
Fund $285.600- 00 expenses had to be, and were,met out of tion, it is necessary not only to have our the creditors had invoked the powers of die.Kissimmee river has an elevationof
Seminary Fund Fund 134,200 8740000; the taxes of the previous year.Are we sur- I resources augmented Sinking Agricultural Fund College Bond 1871 59,50000 prL, ed then that Governor. Drew on Jan. to the minimum figures. "The restive from long delay had determined Gulf. These facts being ascertained, J
Sinking Fund Bond. 1873 100,000 3, 1881, the day before he left the Execu- best scheme of finance b to spend as lit- to force a sale for their protection. This company assumed the practicability; of
tive office, addressed the following lan- tle as possible and the best tax is always would have been immediate destructionof reclaiming this vast area, 'amounting \to
Total $666,700 00 guage to'the Legislature : the lightest. Believing that the Legislature the fund, and a withering blight upon many million acres by: drawing off the
Leaving in the bands of "These deficiencies were anticipatedand is actuated by such a desire, .and our hopes of development by our antici- waters and preventing the periodical ov;
individuals $609,800 00 the necessity of increasing the assessment that the present license tax will not be pated railroads. A sale was the only al .erflows. The work was commenced by _,
Showing a decrease of amountin urged upon the last Legislature,but ; materially altered, I recommend a reduc- ternative-a necessity that could not be building powerful steam dredges on the
hands of Individuals I Caloosahatchee river and
$62,500 00 they failed to carry out the suggestionsthen tion of taxes to meet the necessary appropriations avoided without irreparable ruin..to the Tahopekaliga
during the past two years \
Decrease of public debt during the past I made, and to this fact as well as to for the current expenses of the entire fund. Under such circumstancesthe lake, the plan of operations being to open '
two the increased demand on the several ap- State for 1883, and to pay the interest on Board of Trustees were fortunate in a canal from the Caloosahatchee river ,to
Bought Sink'g Fund Bonds 1871 $8,800 00 propriations is due the scarcity of fundsin her bonded indebtedness to four mills.I securing a purchaser, and on June 1,1881a Lake Okeechobee and the cutting of a I
For Sinking Fund Bonds 1873 the treasury. In private interviews also recommend the same tax for 1884, sale was consummated to Hamilton canal from Lake Tahopekaliga through
$7,550 00 U.S.6 4 per cent Florida bonds with prominent members of the last Legislature with a proviso similar to that adopted by Disston,of Philadelphia, of four million to Kissimmee Lake, then straightening*'
equivalent to
Bonds at$1.10 per $19,10000 I urged the fixing of a sliding the last Legislature, of allowing the Governor acres for one million dollars. Successive the Kissimmee river, and the cutting of
reduce it three mills if the one or more cants.from' Okeechobee 'to
to to ,
scale rate of taxation upon the ground Legislatures had granted away every acre
Total $27,900 00 assessment of the of the Atlantic Coast, as well as the 'con "
that if the assessment was increased largely "aggregate property of the 'swamp and overflowed lands" to
The laws of Florida, chapter 1,833. un- as anticipated, the rate could be diminished the State will permit. various corporations. Had there been no struction of subsidiary canals. The dredge
der which: was issued the 7 per cent bonds ; or if it failed to be 'increased as The Constitution requires in additionto debt the hinds were already granted away, upon the Calooeahatchee entered Lake
and'chapter 1,937 under whicn was is- much as expected a rate high enough to this, a tax of one mill for school pur- or had the Board have sold one acre even Okeechobee on the 21st of December last.
sued the 6 per cent. bonds, provide that raise sufficient money, to meet, the interest poses; making an aggregate of five mills i for a million of dollars and cancelled this This marks an important 'event in the' .
the Treasurer cannot pay over their par and pay all appropriations:could be fixed. for all purpose;. The reduction'of taxes debt,the'fund would have been no better history of the State.
value, in the purchase of any of said But,this they failed to do, and fixed the from twelve and a half mills in 1877 to off for all the lands of the character sold The work has been quietly but steadily
bonds for the sinking fund. The bondsof rate.at,seven mills expecting the assess five mills, shows not only a gratifying in- were already granted to these corporations.They pushed forward-one of the.conditions of
the State have advanced BO much in ment to,run up to $35,000,000 or$40,000- crease in our resources, buys commendable were of no practical value to. the the contract being that the work, should
value since that time that the Treasurer 000. .; but instead of this it reached only economy in the operations of the corporations, however, until relieved of I be continuous and with a force',equal, at
cannot purchase the same at their par $30,382,209, rendering it absolutely necessary Government. the debt that constituted a first lien. least, to the labor,of one hundred men.
value. Indeed our 7 per cent' bonds'are for myself and Cabinet in order to DISSTON SALE. When this debt was relieved by a sale ofa Up to December 1st, 188.%;; the company' .
now quoted at 1,30, with none in the i maintain the credit and keep the State at When I entered upon the discharge of portion of the lands, the remaining pore report that they have/expended $93,777, .
market. The last Legislature amended, cash :basis, to borrow on our own responsibility my official duties, the prospects of relieving tion became operative for the purposes and had "constructed' over twelve miles of
in this particular chapter 1,833, relatingto enough 'money in part to our Internal Improvement Fund,and which it was granted. The rights of the canal, twenty-two to thirty-five feet wide
the 7 per cent bonds,but by on-oversight meet the interest on the State bonds for thus promoting the development<<: ,of the I creditors were'"acknowledged by every and five to six feet deep.
omitted to amend chapter 1,937,' January 1880,and for the interest,$390.76 State by securing proper railroad facilitieswere .grant of land made by the various Legislatures The early completion of the first series
relating ,to, the 6 ,per, cent. securities, on the amount borrowed which will require of the most gloomy character. Two since 1876, and affirmed by a gen- of canals is already assured ,which, in ad-
which precludes the Treasurer from purchasing an appropriation. At 1M pr administrations'had evinced their appreciation eral act (Laws of Florida,Chapter 3326) dition to the reclamation of the lands,,
them 'for the sinking, fund. :.1 ent valuation of property aud rat of taxation of the situation By'an earnest effort passed by' the last Legislature.. The en- will afford a great inland system of steamboat

therefore; recommend that. section 8 of ,'the Stale cannot be lept at a cash basis to sell off a large' body of the land; at a tire fund was in the hands of the United navigation: .... from Kfoaimmee City, /1
chapter 1,937 be so amended as to ,allow and the int.mu'.01& the public debt paid. reduced rate, as*the only means of saving States Court and under its control for the through the Caloosahatchee-to the Gulf /
the Treasurer to purchase said bonds at Such, was the condition of our finances anything the fund. Governor Steam'sadministration protection of, said creditors. The Trustees of Mexico,a distance of 180 miles. The
their market value.. when the present -administration entered' had appointed the eminent acted under the direction of said 'tribunal magnitude, of this enterprise and its destined '
TAXATION upon its duties, and the Legislature in statesman and diplomat,Beverdy Johnson and* the sale was' confirmed by the influence,upon the ,future -of the I:
There is no subject of greater moment session, with the increased expenses necessary who had represented in the capacity 'of Court.: ; State, can scarce be realized The reclamation ,
"- to the people than that:of taxation. In to the meeting of that body. The Minister Plenipotentiary our Governmentat ; No other transaction, certainly 'since of many millions of acres, con-. f." ': '
' order to secure proper*appreciation of State was, compelled, under ''Legislativesanction the Court of St. James as the agent of the war,has been of greater service,to the ? .-, (Continued on fourth i ae.l '; ,
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_terlt is t'iYi W). L sf n -. .., bJ l: Lart wire, I sai.r arc arses ,m.
: .r L.ts ? proiit fey ?t:.* L-". T7* d f'IJ 1: tl.e TL irk they ate trowel very kiadJr. sad ,- ... .... .xi mew -)"
how n711.o nu. hart an dca ef'e ate d sxt hirtfx are 10 {ectre sad xood a : el
A c 1.z 1lt i..i:I :zjy that ihw* tat they r.11 i.t ta -
fa New Y'ede wt.o C'. or D7 11 r prc&u Tr e failure iti rev 1'- 1 riot rad to bT, ha:: -=-7 Jr Afi ef. Smst. "J' draw a Ica4of WOOdJ W :fit n";; : = {

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dedtai ts.ttssens lor t.M1I'dd Ii bcdtteed a Hu> w j t. lor Bares.tilek Z2 -.q _.tf
wtarTP d Steam Pressure +eCd'Y[{":.1.111 Spx; 1 j-
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.T3W. "tbm. :. wa circa ed p ira aid keep it .
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fcii vcro ep and Mat occ&piis this preHore b wtud with tee jo-iae iotioa .'tea a.:t9r oars-.at:: tiI ::

Roasted in a Far=ste. Ie so eoae bei:r left cntam_d. : BOW, wille: cloety pocad fa trot Im .t its dryiBt. to M to n.rvn L1C. aa taw eaten..... .I

.' A hemtde'lIIIIUe1- std m p rXa eJg eei*: be eovt cfTb : ten IISCG63.0D. The aee within the pact oa&a J happe&i that,By an ski pain*seaca It I l .b.t f'Ir: c.:.uuc..... ....... ...it>>plII6..... i.t

: o ared a: rir ..I., DrrL I I I jean hatbeea,twecuTe yoms. m from a OSMII ,I ..er.x.l : :t
ttn-.Aee,, b1 Brmf I* cad with quarter to half aa k:GZ crI .4.r.
:;harp AlL W1a& Aare, fum the eocalast cr
mMlH rxd fork. aody of boiler enD la I v+ "
JT.KA lees I t'asereis.l za t '
time. J
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1"had !.r.1 In 'Tssaf U"I' c.w Kroczare acd bcQex fyt the i -=c1
&opaa ca ft, tat cap eiry wooc f 1 alap tcfali 1, :'d"
the stay o'the fataa t, sa3 t3. 1a rmt Le i3 gmeddi acd urala. 'n' may ex eet =ib, aeh a*the tu ad twes+..e.R3 .
by toe roarcc&treds. to and
qfet i see at fcreana
la the Itaek hrria r Ie sat II cr the foot std leg ba
? seaty djtr3 hr ta= eeotdg mss!: | aa f qsal rye dzzLog the tee
I aoa.iaa gained It
( .s. tw, colored meJ-R"Jben i aresw si j: ta jeara. Prmorea best, when peacttca.
and ejr isy 4Leep eaaooc be aliovad : .f ace hscdred te.t&: pte e .a d.nLYt. w.tar lane 1
lest the
aH AJ.Dadtr Sit-.ere mr. -ber*oily titioi maim. the Ccawoa | taare acrd Dart are oorauooal aov: per or other part lnaDs Jffor -ev'-ctt+t+ aoo K '
sad by Tops liwn for the kct va coareciexit TCHK filled sasee.kw .
te.off the Oxicnl Jar
porpoMorrvnovtec Dovn are a 3afetcd. rom tang the role! with the soda ,
> th e ob< TiA The fccioo and keep it the a arzaaai ae
e. it it/rewirf
is l.arir.01
cnfiSy the jest an cae ef s>*!. la boiler ustilthejaia: Yseaweo.Qatwer.
.tpjxwid tbey wen ovexoosc by fM I f i! *e a io Eior e, 2cr the d f fi j eccjtrattka msst:: bad to dereiopftrenti maybe ft'Shed srs; or the lib leas: a 1--- amt .at; .

_from 1L. .bknr. both_ &O to the bottom, I iaucr i I 1L_ :&.._ :. ::u enaaa-ciTlrr: T az d thai will help tclvinf the trteu&I or enirded with a GItrat lair
cotton 1
.. s Ao-rr mSM of ors ass :.t.e :.etzcctcitg: Hu&Jrd- -- crofclem.Nutriotct. "..--,-"_..j_--
iitL tszt aoakedui
caL the
Tbrirbvlki wen reeorarad in cccap.i: d ihtlT: !.a.ca. Tae t krpt eataTateQ coat', end t(.
u brm-,ebtrred t>Ch.e toe cred rcgh- in the Oyster. ecnsuoUy wetted wish fx '
** asdtLe:: Cljdod ciov reiief the Oavna.aal..hM}
Wm9sm_ H.; Ci2i .ia luuB, career & tl. the Aceordiq to the:Hedicml Tuaa-=4 betar oscally imT .* *r pj .
vczkzcxa' at the ame mm.,1S'I'UC icd-fcrc.kt2 jarxezij yielded to the Gasetta, the oy'ter 0oosias looxteea ridtd the eobztica:: be aatcouai> Left; BSati0p 0C Oxfcrd.radt b
aDd '
h Mil work walked crcr to the Al10e and plcg.a&d the wajcc* per etnL: cf: fail fcraiicg taaLet: at this cold. Tited a 'Qoapj of wits, CaruIq",
laplea>ai are of the These
fart farmer Meezwicd to the zr."b oort approredlaborUTlA2paa beirgali&ctttpTKbely the amocLt ob to hear the fineCaadac. setwrtt sit !1

of tIe ,taek sad swatted the moccat iUL An this tamed fran the fU. Lean beef Ou Iecw far tka.... hia appoiatsent. W.u." d: ....
rli' Jbr nxra ca; taJ and b czptcaire; bat rafts con Sr Fktchec Sera whose .. bow Id'
cbarffBC. When the UU tat fire per eat. W'mltat did you lib ,;"
bra; izea man! cf fat
ve t alder
ailed be daretr dt his fat and the fact that it ocati than the ojtter. I I eccKy 1I'M cocorioci, happened "Why. I thoocht tt mthabad"
leaped Amour the ,
BO more to keep the many while .
bet )
than O
besdlrtetaoat into the fimuee. Tt sad: tat tie bad thooHnd llpedta of ahellfiah there peadiESDefcre Lord Maaafleld yea, I sat aware It was abtd,,,
r dftIMtd'w. expense toetsM profit IB tie oey two or three Ire on lame quatoa of mazM3IbI I wa aftali of beret tedioa ..
V, jcttvold and Leaves erd the coat it known to be a7 tight, to "
wife Loco fcrxidabte ar it i cwt yet bat :"X7 Jerd I can J"OQ...tedIaosa
a ad dane cfcfldno. H* VM areas. iI I few kind*,tods M point In fflaatra:. the said Canafa4Oroeaee. :
aa inataat
ImwJJy of Kcctaekjr. Ha had heeD Bat the periwinkle* and ...... areoyttenu tared I< in my own penoo.
\ kw. Zrftcd krna.I. manure heap to them.a( beeid.s three mytelf bar two little mxocn.We ."
dip, bat bad Ii&portact of aI:. JL The aQ -fDI wtb
if u&1,6r. good Lima mo eonnuupcioo: of know It, Sr Vkceher.' wJ anllll. .
t.eIeeted p ri winkle*in London the "
I I by the *rr la which often Jodf iaterpeMd, with J aa4 "' :"
aaxmiit.u one ef
,. ILti -' .world,). blaodeat BnOea hte Ian. buM and pa.e. h--d wIt-,

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.. .Itemical. The: gHiru.te'W&y'ro: ,for farmers to
A : ;
cl .! cTdl, me_ ; ,,I beseech, % ,, PUgloscope.. .. ..' r..
?fi.--:r 1)0. 3 H' ; make, money i* to sell as much, ..
.A eertain:disttafttlaked Washington -, you, u ibelloo r!F..blm;:,last. What poeeible from their farm at'the least l
When placed.,in glasses for winter
lady, who 1IbaU. ,,be,nameless,,advertised -. do yon know of him"?" / A carious project the 'war of reek expense. There are other often
"I met him last in kitchen andI flowering the base of a,hjarlnth bulu ways
not many-month ads far ra r I my .nation j by M. Joyeuxb. published suggested, but they are not to be
French. e ok. bcvini been l persuaded know- : nothing of him except. that. hewasmy (InZaAisfuro. Suppose a large circular should just touch the water. ,It, will commended; and generally trult in
soon eva r.t BO as to be awhile below
to U1 step b7ber beautiful daughter, .cook! wooden chamber,. lit, from above, ices and disappointment. '
the bulb this is it should be.
the Baroness whose long,?, .. Tableau, but giving no view of the outer and as : I
dsiaeeabroad had wedded L ',hfr to' forcftga Coal in Germany.J objects ,from within and rotated All honey:.not in,the oomb is looked In feeding sweet milk to pigs, trials

customs acid; eDo iY.. Thi adverda.ment -, -' ; ,smoothly ,and rapidly on a upon with suspicion. Comb honey, I made at .the Wisconsin, ExperimentFarm

led to an amusing experience The coal production in ,Germany vertical axis. A person standing it oo, baa not escaped, although the I showed that on an average: four

which't will relate just as it aojordlng to the Wnrtember Cfewar- would have to ben his body toward efforts to adulterate it have bo far not pound* of corn meal were equal ,totwenty'

was told to me. by the distinguish beblatt,,.ha eo enormously,inoieated the centre, by reason, .of centrifugal been very successful. ; pounds t!f sweet skim milk,'or

lady herself: within the last two decades that there force and the more so th further ,he There is one advantage of associated one pound meaiqial' ; U. five of

-"We'weie'.ated at the'luncheon la reason to fear an exhaustion of the might be from the centre and the dairymen in the fact that as farmers 1 uii K, if fed separately.Milk .

beds at no'rery distant date. While I higher the speed. M. Joyenx cup- meet at the cheese factory ,
bit on the following morning, when creamery or says an exchange, has the
maid brought"me visiting card production of England in thin poses he would be subject to the illusion they compare ,notes and mutually pnwT to absorb obnoxious gases and

which my was ellDned'M. Alohonse period hM.irbe1' ,from &\.5 mil J ion that the floor w"w inclined ups, learu of each other. Faruitrj in the tffl ivia fr m the air around it, and; it

txia .to,149.8, million, that of France waru from bas position t> the ,centre; of state have uld ,
de Boogainville, Paris.: :Nut recogniz dairy regions any usually sa nt forgotten that the purest
from r 8.8! million to '19 4 million, that if he had to place himself! at an angleof Intelligence .
tog lie:'name, I'concluded. that the, more, than toe average butter ever made may became tainted
of Belgium from 9 6 million to 16 9millien. 45 the floor would seem Inclined
and tnd
card wu'Inteided for my daughter enterprise. poisoned in one holt hour by ,objectionable
i the German yield of,coal has at thin angle, and a 'standingin
know well person Horace butter tubs are the best surrounding
who is, as you :;;acquainted :
increased from 12 a million to 59.9 "
at the French legation.. *o I passed it the corresponding place on the opposite hemlock makes: a sweet tub ; acids, .
million-a. propoitiun ,reached ,approximately side would horizontal for
across the table to her saying. : It seem from the oak color the butter and injury Kissing as a' Cure for Freckles.
. : only by North America 1 he would have make \
too, to an angle
dear She *
most be fGr"yo, nry : scanned : its appearance ; white ash gi ea .
which ,chows a rifle in productionfrom of 45. Only at the centre would the -
the c rl for an instant, and then the butter a strung flavor if kept Ian,
I 15.8 million to 70 8 million ton floor seem horizontal ; and if a number One fins! evening recently Mr. 'B., a
replied i.lndeedm.rnma, never and increases the liability to mold.maple '
Considering that the coal, fields of of p-.-.rson were in the chamber, it I Government emnloyee in the town, of
Jaeard'of the name before. cracks badly..
Belgium comprise about 900 square is only there one would see them In four Brunn,'was taking a walk in the castle
Soak all tubs to six days in brine
u 'At all events,' I said, 'it Is probably miles, those of,France.18JO,.those of their real positions. A person. walk before W grounds when'or reaching a'leas frequenisd -

:>> some gentleman who besn letter Germany 8600.those of England 9000; log round the I clrcuniierenoa would using. portion of the park, he saw a
introduction from frlenda at Paris ; and with these the In trees 'plmt'ood'' Is stored up at, in
of comparing vast seem to be at the outlirle.of. a bade of a young lauy coming the opposite di
and '.. I; am' not dreseed to receive coal fields of the East Indies (35.500 cone which turned under him. To 1 the end of the summer!! in the pith: notion. As they,wera about to. past

visitors at thii early hour, you must square miles' ), and North America facilitate the position of. persons, it.; the pith lava and in the layer betweenthe each o'Lber. the ladv suddenly turned

entertain him until I can make my (193 870 eqaue--miles), and China Joyeux woull, make the floor, iiol wood an I the bark.! Tim leaves .towards Mr.B.thre her arms around

selfpreehtable.' 'She went into the miles) the horizontal > which fall in autumn have lout nearly his neck,audktaed
(over 200.000 .qaal question >> but inclining upward a' a him;-then, as if

drawlnC.room'while I' battened np of, so improving means of international certain distance from the centre. M., all their starch a.lbllmiDold"Iho. i ashamed of :what she had done aha

stalls to make my toilet but before traffic that the small cost or Tissandier does not feel certain that plies acid auJ pta:
I' had time to make any changes 10 transport may render possible a continuation .the illusions described would actually btf n transformed to the a'.tiu. ran off as.fstas she could. The-gentle-

my dress she came in and said, laughingly of industrial work on European occur, but regards the scheme as an at- Galled and sore bhoutdeis in hone a I I man, unable- ,to account for, this. agreeable

:' 'You needn't dress,mamma, soil even with foreign coal becomes tractive curiosity. The apparatus,1s are often caused by the mane work- I. snr>rise, followed the young lady

for it'Is only the French cook for (in the opinion of. the writer named a plagiotoope. ing under. the collar while pulling. and taking her by'the arm. asked for

whom von advertised. referred to) most important. Ihe Mule. This can be avoided by plaiting the an explanation her queer pnoedora*

Feeling hsl1 provoked at the mil I mane and tying it up in such a manner I "I beg a thousand, pardons," was the

take, I descended to the drawingroomwhere Domestic-Economies. No wonder the mule .Is a kicker. that it cannot touch the collar. It r ply of the blushing damsel,,-"yom

'a distinguished looting persons To COOK SOW-SHELL CBABS.-oe>en Were I ,a mule I, too, would kick. not only injares the shoulder but the must be greatly shocked at m behavior.

age arose from a lounging chair and, one Bide with a knife and remove the I know just exactly what kind of a mane also, which is one' of the beauties I had been to consult a wise

after a profoundly deferential bow "deadmen;*' lift up the pointed end mule I would be. A bay mule. One of the horse. woman"as to the best means of charming

announced that he had come to solicit at the back and pull out the tuft or of those sad-eyed old fellows that lean The Virginia cow pea Is becoming a away the freckles on my face, and

came the honor of presiding over my whiskers; at the head there is a small back in the breeching and think favorite at the North, as it possesses she advised me to kiss the first gentleman

don't that those were With striped legs like a zebra.. Anda I met, when they would ba 'sure
kitchen. I say sandbag; remove that then wash many; adftDt ages to be desired. In

his precise words, but he said some- thoroughly in salt water; dry well ; dark-brown streak down my back, recent experiments in New York to disappear." Tile couple continued.

thins to that effect and then.'aftsrpoliUly all of this most be done while the crab and a paint-brush tail. And my mane State it ripened well and proved to be their walk together and though we

placing a chair for me, he alive; it/ in plenty of hot butter cut short, and my foretop banged, very valuable for forage. The pea (or are not told whether* the singular
while I and head as long ass fl cur b-'rr l, I remedy proved efficacious' not, It
stood waiting respectfully and lard mixed. Do not keep the bean, as it really is) is very nutritious :
questioned him as to his capacity, cribs all night before cooking for the and I'd be worth two hundred and abslf and wholesome. It Is cultivated very may interest the reader to learn that

salary expected, ,eta He could not shell hardens in twenty-four ho l'8. in any market, and I'd wear a nearly like corn. not many days afterward the two

polite flit harness and no blinder, and were joined ,together for better or
been more
have CHICKEN CBOQUKTTES. To one Pig weed root haa been analyzed atthe
humble some day when some man hitched me worse.
had I been a queen and he an chicken add little station
chopped a salt New York experimental and .
well-dressed up to a dry and piled on a ton and a l .
serf yet the man was so pepper, parsely, nutmeg, a saltspoonfnl found to contain 73 parts water, 2.23 of
!bred and even polished in half of pig iron, a cord of wood, six Making Good Pork.
eo. will of onion, one cup of cream, one. ash, 0.88 nitrogen 2.25 albuminoids or
barrels of flour and ast amboat boiler, :
his manners that there was something fourth cup of butter, and one dessertspoonful their equivalents, 9.69 carbohydratesand -
absurdly incongruous in tie idea of of flour. Put the chicken, I would start off with it patiently and 3.55 of celluloce. Dr, Sturtevantconsiders The first thing in order to, make a
de cuWn haul it steadily until I got ,to the top letter A ,, is to
his becoming my chef apices and cream on the fire ; when the plant ot considerable pork product secure the
of .the grade on the new road around right breed of porkera..,Tastes. differon
. Notwithstanding hili elegance.howeTer hot stir in the butter and flour; toll value for green manure.
North Hill and right about there awl
this We like the small
bargain about five minutes and when cold
shrewd atmakinga ,
he was then a falling maple leaf; fluttering Fruit trees can be set out now provided breeds, such 'as the Suffolk, Yorkshires -
month for his services make into balls. Beat, one
asked $50 per up egg
down in a spark' of sold and crimson, they are thickly mulched. and Etsex..T.ie ol4-asnioned
with bread the balls in
and stipulating that he should crumbs, dip
lard. would scare me all but to death, aud As plants mature nitrogenous matter ambition to make, hog weigh 600
have a scullery maid and an assistant. and drop in boiling Very fine
the authorities would have to drag the and ash constituents diminish
pounds at 18 months 2
or old
I to for breakfast. Veal b) preparedin years
Finally, after some talk agreed may .
River six weeks to rind
Mississippi while carbo-hydrates largely! increase.
was profitable tQ the
the .
I confess Iwas same way.CLEANING
him a trial, although
give all ot that bad and some of that -
somewhat dubious as to the result I BLACK BILK -One of the This ia the season of the year when and the consumer certainly had, "too'

of the engagement. Well.he came and thing "not generally known," at driver, while in three minutes after hedges show their superiority over much pork: for hte, shillings." It a
tha emeute I would be tranquilly ia
pig can be made weigh 250
duly installed in .the kitchen least in this country, is the ParIsian fences. or 800
was that
the heights
browsing on grassy
where he overpowered the other ser method of cleaning black! silk. ,The I The droppings of sheep are much pounds at 8 months as the Soffolks
above the silver-flowing
. is and concentrated and valuable than usually do, there la a saving of year's
modus simple
his .FreDcby'alrne of man- operandi very more
vantaby wouldbe.
mule I
That is the kind of a
nerand the.polite condescension with the result Infinitely superior to that those from any other domestic ani keeping, and the pork Is of a much
aciieved'in other The male. better qnality. We have eaten none
which he met their friendly advances. any manner. -
A Famed Chiromancer: other than pig pork for four years,and
however proved to be silk must be thoroughly brushed and
His cooking
Dr. Ellis of Baa el county, Kansas desire to eat
no more of the big strong
execrable and I was soon compelledto wiped with a cloth, than laid flat on a -
discharge him, whereupon be departed beard or table and sponge well w.th M. Desbuollesi, the famous chiromancer a Jar wheat grower under,tandn the sort. The Western piodooera are

as grandly as he had come and hot coffee, thoroughly freed from Is again living In Paris not value of sheep upon land so thoroughly finding the best market for the smell

with many deprecating shrugs of regret : sediment by' being strained through in the pretentious style of the sorcerer that he advertises he will pay ten breeds, the'spr' ig pigs of'whloh are

because Madame was not pleased muslin. The silk is sponged ,on the but in simple commonplace I cents per head for sheep to pasture fit for slaughter before Corlstaui,

with his services." side intended to show, it is allowed to apartments- his parlor being adorned upon his fields. weighing when dressed 250' pounds

I become partially dry, and then ironedon i principally by a framed portrait and The wool clip of Oregon for 1882 on an average, and furnishing hamsof

Now for the sequel. A pretty and I tne wrong side. The coffee re- autograph letter of the elder Dumas, amounts to 10,003,000' pounds:, 2.030,000 about fifteen' pound. waljht. The

wealthy young lady of the West' End moves every particle of grease, and subscribed "To my'dear friend Dexbarolles. pounds in excess of that of last year. early maturity of. tha small. breeds

called but week on the distinguished restores the brilliancy of the silk without ." "The two were intimate The quality Is, however, Inferior to gives them a great advantage over the

Madame before mentioned, and after imparting to it tither the shiny and life-long friends. Desbarolles is that of last year, being heavy and larger kinds. W. have known Saf-:

some conversation on ordinary topics, appearance or crackly and papery now seventy >ears old, small withered lacking brightne&s. folk pigs to weigb 300 poanl at oven

the young lady said :."You are well stillness obtained by beer, or indeed and white haired, but with the Potatoes when dug in an unripe months. To secure t &> remit ,they

aoqualnt at the French Legation, any other liquid. The silk really appears most charming manners. He has state may be at times watery and not must be fed with skimmed milk:when

Mrs.-; pray tell me if you know thickened by the process, and p/actised his curious art upon many fit to eat, but if spread as thinly as first weaned, mixing ,with .it a little

Count L-3 Fargo, who is one of the attaches this good effect is permanent. noted personages, among them being possible in a dry airy place they will bran and oatmeal, and generally _increasing -

there?" PXPMKPOT.-lime, three hours and the E-sprees Eugenie who frequently in time become as mealy as if left to the ration,of o tit i tUUa, pigs

"I never heard of him," was the reply a half. Four pounds of gravy beef, consulted him. Oace, iul830lt is said, ripen In the ground. have attain el such a sl*>.."nat it will

given without moment's hesi slxquartaof water bouquet of asvorr ha told her she was to lone her throne answer to put on fat, whea:: earn IDeal
Mr. Ives of Batavia N. Y.
Henry may be snbsti.nted gradually for the
and die in exile. "Not the
tation. herbs, two small crabs or lobsters, a
recommends oats as a good crop on bran and oats. There Is
scaffold1 she queried eagerly having
bunch half ,
large spinach a poundof
think pleaded the girl naked land to be turned iu as
"But again cold bacon, a few suet dumplings long been haunted with fears of green equal to milk for young pigs, bat for
earnestly. Surely either you or your manure, and other iw rilea state thAt inducing the groTth fie skinned is
Marie Antoinette's fate. He
(made of flour;beef suet and yelk of meeting 4
must have met or at least wheat be''used for the same '
daughter can purpose fully as goad as the pure article.
decided negative reply and
of gave a
one pound tops
frank one egg), asparagus ,
heard of him. To be perfectly with advantage. .
bhe to learn no more. "
and salt to sangbt
in cayenne pepper; pepper .
with I have a special interest -
this gentleman you for he has made a proposal taste ; Juice of a lemon. "People Wbo'Live in Glass C'tton-seed m*J 1 is valuable feed; Catching a Bear,with Salt

not Put four pounds of beef into Houses." but it stands in much the sain" relation -
for my hnd, I have yet accepted gravy
six of water with the ; to cattle food that eggs and meat
I quart. bouquet
his offer because, although Last
; Friday night two teamsters
"Thuae who
The :
oft-quoted saving human rations. It should
do to
of herbs let it simmer well till never
much acquaintanceship savory ;
like him ,our to Vienna
very coming Halley from
live in glass houses should not throwstonee"
be fed exclusively and Is best fed
bnef and I really all the goodness la extracted skimming ,
has been '
very the timber above- Boulder one
originated at the Union of the ,
about him except what it welL Let it stand till cold, with bran, hay or straw.
know nothing Crowns when London was for the going out for game,while the other re-
he has himself told me. The Count" : that all the fat may be taken oft it. fir it time inundated with Sootohmsa. Three-year-old Shorthorns! are. under mained to make bread. As be got out

-rolling the title with apparent relish Put into a stew- mn and heat it Jealous of their invasion the Dike of I! the best management: made to the! sack of saltTa cIDn !)n bear approached

-"is tall, quite handsome and his When hot add the flesh of two mid- Buckingham organized a movement, I weigh 2000 pounds, which sell at $7.50) and the teamster held a

manners are simply incomparable.No dling-elxed crabs or obsters nicely against them, and parties were formed :: per hundred, or $150 per head.. Four handful out which the baar Immediately

one could look upon him without cut up, spinach well boiled and chop- for the purpose of breaking the windows year-old scrubs sell for $50 per head. licked clean-then asked for

feeling assured of his noble lineage. ped fine, half a pound of cold bacon of their abodes. By way of. retaliation Grass and Shorthorns make farmers more. *

!" she said suddenly, openingher or pickled pork, dressed previously
Stay a number of Scotchmen The third handful was being appreciated -
and taking therefrom a and cut into small pieces, a few small rich.The
handbag smashed the, windows of the Duke's most abundant ingredient of.a when the other man re.
"This picture refresh dumplings, made very light with '
photograph. "GlassHouse turned and immediately took the
mansion, known as the living plant water. .ld.anyeucculent.. ,
Me beef suet elk of and a little
r.Gemory. Look and flour y egg
your trace chain and some and bound
Martin's Fields, and on his vegetables aa turalps.and .lettuce, rope .
the fac." Madame water. Add one pound of asparagus
recognize complaining! to the King, His Majesty contain ,more. ,than,90 per .cent, of the bear ihtly.zi"bear p stood!
from the extended tops, season to your taste with cayenne i
took the photograph humor
the tying .Ithgood and WAIplaced
Btoenle those
replied: "Steenie. water. Timber felled in_ the driest
looked at it salt, pepper and juice of a lemon; : .
hand bat-no
aoaaec 'bouses should be leas "'in the'wagon: and,, brought
wha live in glass time,seldom contains than. ..forty, .
than aha dropped it,,with an' exclaMatton stew for about half an hour, stirring i : .t. "
,-- euefa' )how they fling stanes. per cent_ of water. Hailey. ,.
of aaoaaeoaenk rOIl tenor It constantly. j --- -----:! 1 I -





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t #,.. o last matter'of laying out a road' ''on Merritts the- -Pay Department as now o
'..:"i r.".. ,. t,, ..,' .t'.:(t auttauedamn pie.tgiomaofthe"moet'ialnale.)- acres'lelongirg to th i seminary fund. ..ate. .some, ,J .oTlhVresnlta t of t i .-. Island from Pine Island"to Dr. Wittfeld'sbe fifty-five officers. This department, :. I

... :':'";:, ,. (asopar1i '& '(hiT'connection/"I may add, that years. .uDder postponed until our' regular meetingin burses only about $10,000,000and ann "

;1 ndfl in tfie'tTnitwi States with 'suitable while popular education ia a duty belonging Trusting thatryour actions'ntoy, 1883. costs the! Government: over $5000681?. r

i climatic "conditions for m. i" 'fc tSk refepSfctive'States, and a matterof the guidance of an All-wise Providence, April motion it ordered, that the_scrip There are 17,'651 men in the line kVl"::
and On was
i 1.: w,growth,of all fappical fruito, rat&e,*.barr local policy which should be under'the further tend--the-development the honorto turned over to the B ard'*by' TreasurerH. old army officer who served in the r 1t.."

: :. ". : linger' of an era of population wealth] management of local .government, yet, prosperity of the Stag I.have S. Williams to the'amount of Eleven during the late war says that therescarcely '

('i .andywDerj, yjnathonghtof in our' pajtjClustery. owing t,4he''peculiar condition bf the remain, a volunteer pay master whsnot' if' \
I .. ,' "."., "Very'Bespectfully, 'ii-1 hundred and twelve dollars and ten,cents t i
i South, our resources are insufficient to 'the"crtairnian'ppointed pay a number of'jnen'ever, :
be burned and
I ;',"'-..,-... ; % .,-ZAST'COAST CA2CAL.,. ,., ,., furnish all the assistancerequired, for_the I. O. W.rD. BLOXHAMJ Governor.' Messrs. Parker.and Wesson a 'committeefor equal to thV whole number now. 11hi-5
., ,
r ". .: 'J:; "Thefeadbflityof forming'an
I /;. '.. communication from the moats "of!jiqiu, 'The right oLCongresa to contribute Proceedings/r of the Board of County On burning motion the following' bills.were require more than two pay masters, "\1':

( :: the St;Johns.River to Biscayne i Bays Srnli to general education in the several States .Commissioners..tohdjournment, audited and ordered-paid; viz t Minor S. (their complement of clerks, to.pay 17, ,
. 'tf1e'extreme southern portion of ourStater, has,not been questioned, and the public met'pursuant Jones 15.00, N..N. Penny 5.50I08ciJ; D. .or 18,000 men. Today, however, for tig .
No 'quorum.being
l ) a distance of some 270 miles,, by utilizing domain, amounting to over one billion January '1st I 13.25 Thomas Crook 1.23 Henry purpose of paying these men, fifty-$1j, j
Pabia'Creek: and North,' acres furnishes ample to secure present, the Doa d adjourned until to- Tyndall ;
; the waters of means and
a; I I officers fifty-four paymasters' deikjff r'
i iJASUABY .ndIndian'lUverSD S t ., ,I" Wilson 4.25,''A. BriWy 1.25, .
t 1--'M'at.aTiMj, tt..1ir..y so desirable a result. It is to be hoped i morrow.r ,w- : sire employed. .li
., Dardk125f>!iAsberry Sellers.t625-H"Ji :
: 2 .
: : .longbeekcomseaea1 I&'it\'t bk' practical General Government, I I '
therefore--thattthe 'E. i civil service bill, as it passed the :
John Hi Sains 47.40 ltk
Parker 62.00 ,
..adjournment i
:. when Got L Coryell and Hon.-Jno: tote "necessity for sucha .pursuant, I t'The
: J j shape ? appreciating' great .: 6.00 B. F. 11.25 Jftn last,evening, embodies the judge j 1: ,
Wager Schleppy r
MeS English ,
. 8.
:1 .. *. Westcott organized, under the General course, will Jjtill further add to the ed- ; Members'present, Chas. ment of that body as to the enactraent1necesssry '>
H Sams
Houston 5.25 John 18.80
.i; Incorporation act,, 'the "Florida *Coat ticatioaalVcsouT&B of the country, to be Parker;and Wesson. ; rid the C '
., to public service of ti. 1
'D. Vaimvr.25,
1L Nauman 2.25.-J.
"' Company" J JTkVYW K. Scrimgeour, at.the-reg $'
Line Canaland Transportation of the various ; 'G'
through ,
applied t agency. Paine 'Jr..t:2$ evils that have crept into it, and to .
this .Board, in October Minor S.'Jones 125Jas. ;
with a capital: of$540,000-Active"open Btate organizations. ... ular meeting test it in future from,the of
. J; S.'Bell'1.25 W. R.'Sanders 3.25 W..E. greed tbek
last relieved of.the county's ,, ,
last proportion
,.a& ere: mpneaoed Nopemb "r .._..: Lf'II9DFAYuRi11E8t. F ,was ** The bill Jw been
./ {heconsfattlion'of; suitable latesmdreldge '( of.License improperly. requited of Saunders16.50, T. H. g..mdmd:2;>, s. politicians.. original
by : a What lraeivasawjyhar Indian :jTrustFniuUf
u and T. 1.25 'Robert La Martin 1.25 amended and_ improved inleral import;;,
which waVcafned from 8ttAuJl -, him forlhe'year 1882 to sell pistols Padgett .
theOJnited States hold* $182,000olAancbonds ,
The to :
'J *>- +
: 1L Williams 26.46.'OY'DtnLDJio'
- : : rof'MatanmsQ whereass'uch -relief does not appear on
F gwIiIIetD'uavUUl''eu; ; ,:with a IargesfLOgnti h.fcjflterest well the lower :
is ordered Fuxb. the higher oa as grade . the record of this court now it
" ; "commenced'operations ;
erc'i ,
Ri1leli ( due thereon, ':It..has been prop lyexdn service: ,has been, ,to '
: opened
''that be and is P. E.. ; apple .t
M.'E'Englisli 5.50
and.hM already cut a..canal'-feet-wide: ; JJ dfronitte''r'h V llng"OcLt [ the said R. CJScrimgeour ; WagermSO. !
{ ,repg.brerBfdePp'frdu neat hereby relieved i of Ulel' county's proportion The'' 'B nro' 'then 'adjourned until the. who demonstrate their fitness by compel
JI anea of the Sta ,Jfpryth.ebx6atiifa/jtory; reasab -- **
iii : i
It forbids
titive examination.
"'<.' : fen said '.' first in 1883. menu *
....theaias Of tdsruship:9.'eoatliiaibrey" : that the State holdsvalid and legitimate of tax. Monday, February

f'i Y'":, .aslrf.. .fbe;aonth, of, Matta, Cbmpraw claims against'tho' General, 'Government WTiereai. ,There u a difference .of.opinion A.-A. STEWART; Clerl of_ Congress, as well as officers and enJ-_ "
[ ... .. ployes of and cxcc1.lti\'e'j judicial ;
Congress '
.. the of the .
A in
,Creek 'a distance of some four miles incurred in regard to cxplicitness '
ii for necessary expenses ; suppressi4g Plow Brand Fertilizer.In '
and naval officers and
; road military : emplojw
ocattlaroag thepaaishaorders of dlatta petition for the laying out of. a at ,
i. -
Indian hostilities. The,claim
; .
; ; another column will be found the
::1'' "" CompiCre jL distance of three',anda of the> S'tate;\b .much, larger than the City Point Township 23 and 24and advertisement of Walton Whann& CO'$ of the government from directly or ,,indircctly '"

dnesouthandadistaneefrom that the acceptance of the report ,ofEoad soliciting or receiving any aoaea* i
half mUes mount due the Indian Trust' Fund.
Plow Brand Fertilizer. The
went or contribution for political ,pur7
ort file
; 1an'easteriYdi- 'Commissioners nothing
@ 'that PintOf'euiile' ; ;
:'; i \\Tienihe entedrto. theTreasury
matter.was pn a high rank among ,the ,,fertilizer ''
Under this bill should it become?'
with Smith's'e'Creekwhich 'motion it i ordered that the further poses. ,
rection,makes the connection the On *
Department objection wasmade manufacturers of the.! United States.*
law political ,
matt rMbe deferred a campaign committees
flows' 'south into Halifax consideration of the n. \
that State claim could Le
adjusted -
no The Florida of it '
Agriculturist says ; must be composed entirely of ciriliafc-:
River&Sid forms the connection whichgives"si without the authority pongrcss. A until the meeting of the Board of County
, "No company in the country,bears a The overwhelming vote (39 to 5) for thfc,
eamboafnagiiition at the 'lower Commissioners !April ;
resolutiohSvas introduced our Senators v 3ll
by ;
better than Walton Whann':& Co.: ,
name bill shows that, f t'.jjs regarded as a long :
ehdSof ttie'"laSood' tib" and Representatives to out tliiadecisioji cretw, The time for final settlemeutby c

,:: t:where a cut of less'than a mile gives :the ,and after considerable carry jdqlay the tax collector with the State and' their fertilizers ranking.among jthe first stride in the right,.direction atI ;
j : where hav&lieeiisold.:
ever they They
The is that the bill will hc
desired entrance into Indian"River. scdbotlihousus County having expired on the.first: Monday probability' ; ':; i
pa referring ,matter have been for in the business '
twenty years token in the House at i
an dad'
retolted early
'The Importance of this'great improvement to the Secretary of AVar. A report from in Jan. 1883 : Therefore be it up

i has long, been acknowledged:, andcannot that official has been made, allowing the I that the Board of County Commissioners and. +we're the first to print a guaranteed and then it will meet. an +"fW:1\
their The'Brand'hns
be"well overrated -The.Trustees State $225/6-18.09.:. If the State is allowed extend the time for final 'settlement of analysis on sacks' much stronger than it had to encounteL; ; !

of the Internal Improvement Fund, ( ap- interest,.-as, the;, General_ Government" the tax book for the year 1881 until the Plow proved a 'great "suctosa' ; in .the" .Senate,. .It, tt.'V0 the, SpeaW j ;.A

predating this, withdrew the lands belonging charges against her, the will be entitled first Monday in April 1883 and a :new here as shown by testimony" of many ers table, and a motion to take it up lot; 1 i

:, to the fund along the route; for thebenefit to a:.considerable sum above her ,indebtedness. warrant be issued'to the collector. of our best orange planters. The South consideration will be opposed by two. 1. IV(:

evidences It to this Board that Florida rm.saY!$: "The,firm of Walton elements. One element comprises ,those.!; -
is of toe.enterprise.lithe.. It is lwped that'Congress at uu being apparent .
of the earnestness ..and vigor manifested early day will take action pan this long the'land:aste sed to John F. Parker and Whann & Co. is one of the oldest and republicans who do not favor the Kaaaoa, I

workin the largest in the'Union and its goods rank bill rather than the Senate bill 'the othe ".
oc by the company having deferred, but just and equitable claim. M. J. Parker stands wrongly on tax ; !!}

charge are omens:of the future, it will coNSTITUTIONAL. COYV 'TIOY., book of 1882: On"motion it was ordered nt, the very ,top in,,every"market, ere consists of those democrats who do noV i :.
not be long' 'before that ,entire tropical! that the collector the instructed:. change they have been introduced. favor any legislation p"f this character at .\ .'>:

The Legislature pawed resolution .,. _ .......
will be 26 all other 4' present.: This division of the '
section of our State supplied with the same,from.Township to 27 ; republican 3in : n
the of it Constitutional .
& transportation, and ..'a .large populationgladden looking to calling descriptions being correct.On Benlill's appearance as 'a witness: the House upon the two bills will give |
revision of the
Convention for entire Route
and render productive the splen an motion it,was ordered that the-con against Dorsey in the Star case those democrats who wish to defeat this |y. .-.

did lands adloinmg,those a arious'watercourses Organic law of the State. That the Con tract for. the completion of the CourtHouse hus been prefigured. The _tall,:,,s tlutt. legislation an advantage they did not 'enjoy | !;

stitution. needs revision. in many. importart he will turn State's evidence and Col. .
'' .
ins its isolated conditionthe"'httmbeVof erape4ficstitar wanled in the Senate.The .
Even I' r. as g b <* to I ..
particulars is, I believe, conceded by \fw rWd .'V-1 J\T Bob send him'to I > .
bj' N ,Ingersoll to ;v
sum proposes )
; : thriving : along Messrs.TisheranuFrpscher/orthe( I Senate is now fairly enlisted
ae alL Indeed, in all. its departments. .. 'Legislative '*.-* ns vv: "' itr14, that hot place which he .tlon'j exist on)1
!! ,the route attest the value of the various .of. Faqr &{! tom.y: *" < says. !; the high road to reform. Not content
: 'And thus another greatfenter- ,'Executive and Judicial: important > ; that b) l' "across lots," if he does. of tho .. ..::
location Intcrebk On motjon.it,,, pa ordered tliot; withies passage ; +:xavil.service. bill, :
changes are required in the hft ti i'i --Ji M**Q' ***--., c
prise has been inaugurated/as illustrative lowin am dMMuh : thioad r : yesterday, it. today passed the bill fo -- :
of economy, and to moire properly sin g'., .... pe' upper--.. For, tremulousness, wakefulness, dizziness : sbidding'political'as .
i of the progress aiiiI development made. in Com : stments of -' ; :
rii form it to the requirements of the.pl Oplitand hmuswnersfotheiflerentpreCincts' ,and lack.energy, a most 'valuable government :
the last two years/' 1'reci gt No.,,1, Lange B )Vil- employes. Some of' the Senator= .
the of is Brown's Iron Bitters. ?
true principles Republican remedy .
-4 -* ''EDTTCATKJK.. : "K Government.. ,. aeonIyadd: F;A C {EpelLj. ,: .. "- however,'said privately today that both 1

'Education commendsltsclf to'"us,'also < As this is a subject" which under:'the Precinct No. 2;..'itus\"i1le. Charles ,BCarlin iGUll WASHINGTON LETTElt. measures 'were' 'humbugs, and express .

:1zi in an economical sense.1 Actual'expen- to ,. 'I:2pl\Bpyo,anti S H Bay.4 (Fro: .our regular, correspondent.) much disgust at Mr. Pendleton's advocacy -
Constitution, appertains largely
b ence'demon tra't.cs'th t intelligent labor your Precinct NoV 3, ,City. Point, ,G W WASHIXOTOK, D. C. Dec. ,31, 1882, I of the civil-service bill asserting that
I of Government the -
department ,
is worth at least 5O'per'cent.. ,more' than whoei'tcrests people Holmes, H S Williams and G S Hardee. In conversation today Mr. Townsend, he'will pe4ver. receive and more honors at (
have the '
Nn 'deepest
illiterate, while the illiterates furnishes for, look to you to give it the Precinct. No4. .... ,.Eou. Gallic- B, i Stewart ,- of Illinois, said that he judged from talks the democrats" "" ,of.phio.. Aucsugr.

50 times their proportion of paupers and solicitude you ,Philip Simmons and R C Creech.Precinct with members generally that it was very .t S ..
serious consideration and I feel that
most .
r many times more than their proportionof No. 5, Fort Fierce. J 'F Bell, doubtful whether anything would 1)6 Yolusia'Poetry.At
, at I have not exceeded my duty in thus referring the,risk of giving a Jittle free ,adr
criminals.. Ignorance is ...the fruitful Reuben Carlton and Thomas L Paiiic. done with the tariff or internal revenue
to it, and expressing the hope that vertising we insert this effusion which, .
'motherlot''public burthens but contributes Precinct No..6, Merritt's.: Isla nd. J B this season. He said there was such a
moderation, sound judgment, as well as a. we' to.be from the of John a
little to the public wealth, or_weal. Carter; It J LaU c1ie and A V Hiscock. dh'eftlityof"iews' with regard to the suppose pen I '
due regard" for differences of opinion y Anderson: "Ve didn't know'before that
p Hence:every commonwealth...should encourage action' lrtcincto.. 7.. Capo Canaveral.. ,N NPenny revision and reduction that it would beimpossible
'characterize *4. Volusia had real
your a ..poetbutthis
education of her youth as O.A fQuarternaanandJ. H Hoguu. for Senators and. members to
J DIGEST OF that we'were
the best safeguard for the future. Florida j Precinct ,No. 8, .crabgr: .John ,F agree upon measures that would carry a proves wofully ignor

is particularly interested in this,question, Under the laws of Florida, chapter 3240 Parker, B B Savag4and D; J; Sumner.. majority of both branches of Congress. ant.'S' t

,as the census reveals the fact that there the Governor and Comptroller were authorized Precinct \.p.. 9, BassyiJleruW/n Fryar, Hq said he was told that Mr. Kelley The b'vn.shining bright and hot

sob .were in 1880,23SI9111iter te,voters in the to secure on just and reasonable T B Whale)', and,Levi Drawdy, ; intended to urge the passage of his bill to As through our quiet village shot,

State: rg increase in our school terms, the publication of the digest pre- Precinct No. 10, Lake View. Willis, A fc l repeal the tax on tobacco. In this, however ,n.Qrmoml.llWl whojn a.tric 'i

,facilities/and in the attendance of pupils, pared by the Hon. James F. McClellan, Hall, James BTumblinand W W Nettles.' he did not think the Pennsylvania Nailed up a flag, ,of strange" device,

c are therefore subjects of Co rata iitron; after.the said McClellan embodied in the Precinct :No. would succeed the 'Plow, Brand."
11, Fort Drum,John' as opposition to. so '
The nnmberof 'in' same all laws of a general or public'' na- His coat was gray, his shirt was:blue ;
schools 1877 was656
Willis, S A Hair, and Henry A Holmes. large a reduction of the internal revenue

7rl5 with an attendance< of 29,678 pupils.' In ture passed i by.the eleventh session of the t Precinct No. 12, Haulovcr. C H ,Nau-. had grown considerably since last. .session': He wore a number,ninety !shoe

188 there were 1'131' ho l8'with 39 :315' Legislature and after its revision by theHon. And round about a giant: pine
ian, John D Vann, and Henry Watton. and would be sufficient to. defeat the
C. C. Yonge.. In accordance with This emblem be-did oftntwine )
and for the scholastic
tself pupils, veal Legiri- i| The Board then adjourned until toDorrovat measure. rf
schools said.act, the.,Comptroller .received bids "Plow'Brand."
9 a. m. The whiskeylobby is feeling for from
with 5145 pupils: from, Boston, Philadelphia, Chicago, { JAXIUJBY 3,.1883.- { jubilant. In fact, it is depressed in_ spirit I In Fields about he saw the green

Tee of om eomnioa'sclioolfun'd'has Charleston, Atlanta, Savannah and Tallaba.ee. |That guano men before had ieen.;.-,
'principal 1 I The Board convened pursuant to 1 nd- I )in consequence of adverse criticism" of I
aWincreased'in W'ost satisfactory The bid from Tallahassee_ being .From neighb'ringValls their banner
a j ulnment. Quorum'present.. -The,Board the newspaper press all over the country. 1-
manner.:: Indeed, the'increase in they' the lowest ant best bid;; the contract was tien" The shone. ..
went into secret'scssioh.,and. revised Senate is a sensitive body, '.and in -
o last two years has.been UI unprecedented in awarded to C. E. Dyke: Three'thousand T-(g:juyliyt.! '"< ; ', '. I.' .. .... view of. thee, very. general opposition tolegislation l"But up the. treewas, this gone.' 't :

the history of,the fund. From fund of five hundred copies were printed and fif- On"motion it waa'ordered that the time for the relief of :whisky distilslew I a'fc. : '17." b %aP1uBraudu; "::1
$246,900: in 1881 have teen,hundred.copies bound in -good law '' 1"Try not toselh"ihaamerchant!! : ,jsaid.4 i
January, we now ,
Ival .ia which it shall be lawful for j.h e burning and'.dealers,the. ardor ,of. many, of i> 4 *- **

IL_ $323,535.42 showing an increase of weep, as the statute :required.: -TTiQ.:Soo- of wOOds'shall b j asfolloivs: West side them is cooling* ,, 'The alcoholic members ,"For. 'Forrester',has gone ahead! ", V 3
in.the'principafofthe fund retary of State.has distributed to. the"a; And what can put fun goods aside f' \
sl $76,635.42 in of the{St:John Rive from October ,1stWtiltne's' of t third house ore. .now. trying Q..qr., Wt '* i

the last too years.This fund is chiefly rious counties, in accordance.withlaw-,- a !. i 'tayviof ,AP'y); i i&Eayt ganizecombinations.J: ,!" UT; "Alndjoud! that agent:,voice! replied Tn.It ,'. _

derived from the sale of lands known asiadl sufficient number for the county officers, side of St'Johns ,River south, of (TownShip -: J The pending order in.the House iaiheA'rmy UVw! "
and- paid to the Treasurer $I98.for "Oh hush1 tthe planter said "youngu
j the "sixteenth. sections, grant the over line'.between Toih ship :23. aid 24, Appropriation bill. When the ; ,

led State byCongreasforeducationalpurposes. voumes Qld. 1i...." .c; f r.q. ........
and alluortls; oflo}nship. life _between House adjourned last Friday ,an I laiirn .
..,_.- The Board of w.ucation.lC31'D DJt that ..t COXCLtSIO L.1 Townships 23and 24and caste! the. St. meat.offered by General Brown, of. S \\ "hat other4frtijizer!}! .can n\U.t.., oK .. ...

_ there was*still due the. State of Florida To t dhev6 tir-Infernal Impio f e I\J.\t efund Johns Bive'r'from October ls"t." until the ana>to gradually abolish,the force ittl tho To Bowker's Orange tree aspire ,

for school'lands under .the, from debt that has : ':' ; :J7-dt..t.,,) e came. whale
itq, provisions of a paralyzed 'our fiisf'd9y f3tarCh:: t Pay,Department of the was loader answer tacking ,

w' the uts' of 5 Congress approved May 26, energies for over half-'a generation-to ton motion it was ordered that the sum discussion. ,This ,proposition army is, ras.u..l.' A ,a''" .;.,%'" 'w..u.,,;... ..ft.t."

Ilse 1826, June 15, 1874, and February.26, 1 greatly invigorate our railroad system of three hundred and fifty dollars tie paid quite a flurry among those whp hoia caqf'>"I rog u. :"Beware of Mapea luxuriant growth,

Si 1859, nearly 80,000)() acres, employed,_ the and thus furnish transportation to por- Messrs, Fisher and Froscher account. places in this branch pf,tljervicp.. "b,Lit Beware of Stowe ond Baker sulfa."

t Hon. Walter Gwynn to makeselections tions of the State long needing the sameto bf Court House"building, rr .. ; appears to be received, with, "What,better caw we'hope to see ?' ". ,

'L._ > from the United States lands' wj'hin, the secure a constant and ghowng tide' ,On motion' it ''was'ordered that the favor by members: of Congress general? plr. At voiee replied*far up' the'tree,.... s '
: State to supply'' the 'de Mr. of immigration and frpm all 'Plow.Br d."'
iency. capital
'. Sec- CourtHouse: building far as completed! Butterworth, who has charge of 'the :bilf -

Gwynn did his work efficiently and made tions-ito: largely reduce taxes and relieve and the receipt Of the keys thereof ten- in the House announced that he" was< instructed iA travel1Err. .on. 'date occult". 7?:-::,_ :,,"q

most excellent selections'' :The lists were the people, while maintaining the dered' them by: Messrs Froei her and by the committee to ; it Stood dumb tp 3ee* the "great re8ult"i:;

'-, forwarded to the..United States Interior credit of the State-to increase our,school Fisher be acknowledged and recelyejd.\ and from talks with members accept there' is, A pine tree full of golden fruit.a=
Department for approval,end,,:'selections facilities and.fufnish the While wrapped about from, branch to
opportunities of The .Board, then ,,adjourned'until tomorrow little doubt it will. be adopted by.ifte; .
amounting to 43,74599-100 _acres have education to a much larger portion of the 1'O
at 9a. m, House. Hit becomes a law it will',result t'w
already been The remainder of the State v J *. ."'Was "
approved. youth -to set in operationthe JAXTJABY 4th'l883l; .. 14'PIOW\-'Bh
\ t I eventually a. .saving'nof o'"erha1i'amillion : ... ... 4 'I .
it Is hoped; will be in a short time! We 'capital"and"machinery redafniI .,1lJ.
- The t Board convened'pucsir, >tnt to ad ,,of.dollars, to 'the Governmentevery ,Ladies and a11811ffere.raroD1'J' --
r have 561,728 acres of land telonguiBrio I from* jeildernesa of wafer a? large <-pro. 1 euraJgi ,
fund ITt - t < -\ *._- journment. Quorum presentOn year. It appears from a statement hysteria, ,and' kindred' 'complaints, will
the school unsold and'
yet 33,820 portion of our extreme southern
territory motion it was ordered that the mode by Mr. Brown that there are in find without rival Brown's Iron Bitters.



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CASH!CASH- -!-,CASH..-' !. 'OSTEANDEB'S. ., .- ,, ,ROCKY, 'POINT HOUSE- .*...'* ," .WLT.', Oi 1 'WHA.NN' & ; .,. ? 1'i

: U.'...RAIL Ll.R.......--I I ,(Between JStaavflkasriBocUeo'ge.: .J
'A1tlwit Aim
: INDIAN RIVER,FLORIDA.. 'OIIl'1t1111"( aitte Mac taDy '

'W-HEBEP Tto Fat .Uttt-Rraft Mat. HillSMa.or '
AT TEEtfCABQUARTSRS- I are invited i"' Orange'Tree and Vegetable .K mure.

'' to give it a,share ,of their patronage.
CINDERELLA! PREPARED EXPRESSLY for the ,use of the trait and vegetable power' of
Mrs."Win. H.
Sharpe, Florida. It will bat sound and
and produce a heavy, healthy growt growing trees,
...' -. Having ample IIp1riid and accommo ud* Proprietress. and will supply bearing trees with the food needed for heavy oropr of fruit.IT .
darranged PISHHS/IIS Freight, .WILL GIVE nursery stock and vegetables a luxuriant growth and in the.
the Mail tier-
STORE expressly for latter tends to give food alas and quality and early maturity.IT .
., SMaaaswIiaflsM of thin, beau- STEMEI MARION!
.. tIM River,will conusence making her IS RECOMMENDED FOB PINE- P LEs.
TI1'VSrJ'LEFLOlfDA.. regular trips oorabotfrouUJb* toil* Bon-dag In eonaeotian with the IMtarjr Line.

/yteentk December, 1982,between Two Trip* w." WALTON., WHANN: & CO.,

S Tip..wl. Ute.Worth! Leaving Sanford tor Rockledge Mondays wllas1i ta. Hsi.As6 .

4 ( aU Intanneitiste T.ndhtgs), and Thursdays. A&jL.meof lid tie
Teaaad alternate day of tie Captaia the.loop "Apti',toirillg yowa oj
-. Leaving..' Rockledge' Tuesdays- &Fridays

The- CINDEBELL_ia probably the Ia onler' to avoid tUaappoiatmeat shippers_ FLOW BR4 D.. .

The Oldest and Most Reliable Place of #l/rtiPl-- at JtoeOedge (Wilkin
most ate Boat float.; She JaM
perfectly JNO. ANDERSON,of Ormond,Agent for Z.: MM!flnntH I'IoIIM.
three separate and distinct Healer each son's wharf) Monday and Friday

BUSINESS perfect watertight oompartmentin Itself. Joe. H. Smith Captain, H.'P. Wilkinson "
*., She has also all the modern appliancesand >> 6 Co,Agents tablet 6m40 I
improvements of steam engineering

on Indian River, Dealing inGeneral'Merchandise &c: J. M. Dixon: -

Nearly completed,will make: Begnlar Dealer,
Connections with the CINDERELLLA, ,.'
wWw f Vs WBWvvMVf
between Fancy and Toilet Articles.
None but strictly fir&dau goods arebought
Titusvillt and Snyrna. ,
-fw eiaajj Auauj uu*
-I |
and sold'at this Stand. Further particulars ment.undersigned .future advertise Varnishes brushes,6 almost everything : ==

kept by a flrst-elass Drug House. M.HENSI.1YiE.r- O tIM ,...
Any drug, medicine or Instrument ; a.. e.l :
-1'be desires it to be distinctly needed by,customersand : ow L L!

p. understood that this line is "not not on hand, will 'be ordered. .
for a day, but for all time to come" U Prescriptions carefully compounded I
that it is put upon this Route. and River night or day with accuracy and dispatch NOTICE.u.

u permanancy, Summer and Winter; by, competent persons. Iy36Wt. L. T. CARLILE. .s.Land Office. Gainesville Fla.\ ''*.
Remember A Dollar ,will buy exactly and he respectfully asks the countenance November 1882./
of the to sustain mil ) SAME BOOK -
and eneouragment people It MOORE CoMPLAnrr having been entered at this
him in his enterprise ana venture, AT THE Office by Elijah L.Gray against J. H.
SI." worth.Established promising on his part to.do all that lies Central Cmaittioi Mtrcbtrt, Inmsn. for abandoning; bits Homestead
in his power to make it mutually advantageous LUND MCKINI HWISE.Titusville Entry No.5210,dated May 7..1877, upon
I to all parties concerned., AND DEALER IN Florida.FIRSTCLASS the lots S,9, A 10 Section 98, Township .
la18-a. 22tf W. A. I. OITJUlUEIL- 31 S.Range 39 E, In Brevard county
Florida with view to.the cancellationof
Address orders to :Groceries and. : BAR, said entry;the said parties are hereby ,'
JOtrtL 0IlJ! 50 JtI.: OIlY f! sDctsomr.Elegant summoned to appear at this office on the
I CMce !liflOT.fiia ay Gen. 17th day of January 1889, at 10 o'clock.
The Store Pew tad Pocket
Headquarters a.m., to respond and furnish testimony
Titusville Fla &o Cents)Osiijr t I FlLmilySupplie u Beer always on draught. 6EMPORIUM concerning said alleged abandonment.
33t5 JOHN F.ROLUHS,.Receiver.
This is by far the handsomest and best I #
Opened for the Season. Titusville : : .Florida.NormaberlOttiUBX SPORTSMEN'S' NOTICE. .
Bible for the money ever made. It con tf 47 R. C. U.S.Land Office Gainesville, Fla.
IS A maD who is interested in his own SCMMGEOUN, November 2B188)COMPLACTT .}

welfare will be pleased to know that tains both the Old and New Testament ONE HAN'3 CASH AS GMD A'AHTHEI'S fuifniJt! aii HatmliitBinUAaalnalstBoantod having been entered at this

AT with some respect Office by Elijah L. Grey against Cnas H.
ANDREW eiiSOM translated, out of the original tongues tor: Roman for abandoning blr Homestead
Keeps the finest oysters to be found hi HIDDEN. ft .IATE8'Southern Everything: ap taming to shooting Entry No.5211, dated May 7,1877,upon
with all the former translations diligently and amine to be i and at my establish the lot 11, Section 36, Iou 12 Section
Tit avJ 1e, Music House mentand at reasonable rates. 3S and lot 3 Section 38. Township,31 S,

AKD laVED or STTU' TO left FATJUKS.o compared and revised.It Only House in America ,Selling Also dealer in the Celebrated lion Range 39 E,in Brevard county Florida
brand of Asbestos paint in all colors with view to the canceUatiosi of said
has a beautiful cloth cover hand ready for use. The beat and cheapest entry the said parties are hereby summoned -
Plain and Fancy Cake made to order. paint ever,introduced for House or Boat to appear at tills office on the 16th
use. Oil stoves In great variety, suitable day of January 1883,at 3 o'clock p.m.torespond
Batei'tJBnadahoaytonhand.Also somely lettered in gold on aide and also ,
for:family or boat use. and furnish testimony concern-

a first-class Berber shop attached. on back, red edges and printed in clear LINSEED OIL WARRANTED PURE. lug 32t5 Skid alleged Joan abandonment.F.ROLUXS, Receiver.

1OOO .BOXES type containing altogether one thousand Pratt' CI IItIi oral on l allan II NOTICE.

Ftortta .rttf'** STOCK.Triple THE raDERsiaxED will sell at pubilo
Will be in Premiums to subscribers. one hundred and thirty four pages.
given away auction at the door of the Court House:
platedTable from the
For addresHERALD at Titusville, In Brevard county and
particulars,, Bibles no better are sold for twice and Pianos House Holmes, Booth ft B ydeD. State of Florida, the following real estate
PUBLISHING CO., & OrgansOn Lanterns Razors,Combs, Nick Necks ,to-wit: The S 4 of S W f of Section

Tavaret,Orange Co.,Florida. even three times the money we ask for the One Price System. in endless variety. Township 21 S,Range 3G E.. on the
Cigars,T..cc Pipes 5th day of February, 1883,at 10 o'clockin

YOU THERE! this little gem."AAatdaomegit. j One Mora Price, toil Ad lat ft8 and smokers'articles. December the forenoon.7. Bw T.J.COCXsHcrr.33.

for&aday& t er..1 Lowest Known. Laier Beer ScotciiEnliili Ala
Where are you going? i NOTICE.

lam fjing to Indian JZfcer to have a good prized.-I. The usual system of selling Pianos and Sole agent for the celebrated Parkinson SIX months after date I will present
is for the dealer
Organs to charge
any Wine. When cannot find
Orange yon his Honor J.A.McCrory,Judge of the
time vith CARLIN and kit cofftwdio price be can get for them without regard
: what want in the other stores in Ti-
"The wonder u, how anything M beautiful. to either a flur profit or, the cUl&omera'IDterest. you county court of Brevard COW1ty.l'Ja.lDJ'tIDal
just give B.C.S.a call and "'
"TP.TTAMNORWOOD'S you accounts and vouchers as Executor
mn 6e got tqJ*cheap."-0 Ierwr. this has.never But we been are our proud method to of say selling.that will be sure' to get suited. of the Estate of C. C. Williams, late of

If you want a Bible now is the time tosend For the benefit of purchasers and to THE TRADING SLOOP said county deceased and ask for a final
them the full value of their discharge as Executor.
for it. One of the"greatest of money S.F. GRAT.Executor.
we established at the outset of our business -
Fast Hack Line July 96th 1882. 13 em
all boob" sent postpaid to any address twelve years since MoLE AN,

--8--- of 50 Address The Osie Price A .te_. MISCELLANEOUS.
on receipt cents Only. Has resumed her trips on the Indian
and to this attribute immense
we our River.
The Chesjett ud Moet Direct UNITED STATES PUBLISHING Co., trade. Selling on this
prosperous square SBK CAKBIK3 A,TCIJ.SUPPLY OPBroceriee. NO PATENT, Nl PAY.pATObee .
basis, renders imperative that
ROUTE 49 North Ninth Street, begiven. Provitleat Goods.GLorrae tor de .
be the very lowest one that can Dry apIes1
ToTltm vllleaB4........yer. 22 ly Philadelphia, Pa. We are pledged to this. We always have aY&_ .
U. done it,and will always will do it. It's Boots, naa, Hats .. to paCe CabWt7.'of iB"Guide .:&iinuI. her. OR
CARRYING THE for obt.inin PataW' Ia MIl' tree
creed and No
Valuable: Property our our practice. other piano
UD IOTIOHS. TerrwlMre. A44rW-L011J8BAGGDaw.
2 and organ house deals on this princi ,
"*' Ueiton of Patent.WaahikftxM*,D.C. .
tripe weekly between the ST. For Sale! pie. I For Cask Ossly.noon .....
Thirty acres of land in the City Point Our prices in plain figures are placed S. RYDER.BOCKLEDOS. !-
Captain ttenksUtepabllo for tbelr
on every instrument. A child can buy u
Hammock Splendid new galvanizedWire a beretoftm be tow ed.ad hopes to reeetve -
Leaves Monday,Wed- low as the sharpest trader. All other I ,
Enterprise EVERT a star of ttelr Avon ba the mtor.4S
nesday and Friday Morning arriving at Fence around twelve acres. Five houses have"H I1a prices and give dir Has just received and continues to keep
Hundred young and healthy Orange trees counts." DRY GOODS. In stock a full and complete stock of Groceries ,
Titusville the SAUJI day. Forty bearing trees. Beautiful RiverFront The"One PrIce"system saves time hi Boots A Shoes,Hats & Cape In '.
ReturningLeaves fine'cane trading and Is the only satisfactory way NEW GOODS and General Merchandiseof
Six acres and bananaland great variety
to buyer and seller;for on the DIp price ..
Titnsville EVERT Tuesday Thumday as there is in the state. Adjoiningthe and discount system, even that Ia the Uw Plica. every description. Ask for whatever "
and Saturday morning arriving at land of the Hon. Wm H. Sharpe. customer buys he Is not sure he has yon may want. One price to all. Canned
the ; bottom prices. Just received a new lot of Dry Goods Goods of description a specialty.LUMBER .
Enterprise evening.--Address
Here lea for ,
good opportunity any one
tePteio which I am offering cheaper than any
Advice Md .
W. S. Norwood, desiring to make a good investment, u trgaa' .Jin.Boy other House in this vicinity, comprising "
quick. Why t Because advance Cheviots at ttfct !
Shirting per yd.
sold. Titles
the place must perfectParties
TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. In price.almost certain. Pianos and organs &wWBtoMlMdMusUnag
intending to purchase can make arson a boom.' The* demand ex*' YentuakyJean', *)'. Will be furnished to order on short notice

C., J. HECTOHardware enquiries of DC. to w. Holmes or Hon. oeeds the supply. All the factories an Hes : 18" u at 918.00 per thousand.LUHIE1 .
Umbrellas '
behind orders. with talk In M" each.
For further
W.B.Sharpe. termsVdl
hand cannot instruments as fist as Come See and Convince Yourselves ft SHINGLES '
and particulars address A. P. Perham Quit- wanted. :Prices material and labor are that such is the Case. 41 m6.Mra. .
CL Fla The present towpdcesoCPI.anoa Always on hand.
mail Ga.or B. Perham City Point advjinclBg.
or confer with Captain Peter Wright of and Organs cannot continue and wall L. Mendel. C. HASRUBEK A M.LUMBER .
not again rule in the next ten ....Those
General' produce the fast sailing sloop "Mist" who will who buy now will save money. L ip
easy parties to see the property.atSTERS. contracts just made with Manufacturers" I. C WILLAND' !
will enable us to
guarantee Pl'elllD&pdoea
WDl be furnished to order on short notice
a4otil January 1st 1882. After that we
MERCHANT, can promise nothing. Delays are danger at$18.00 per thosand. Dressed lumber -

Melbourne Flodda.Bovemb.r ous. Magnificent stock now on hand. GeneralMerchandise from_.00 to$24.00 per thousand.
,J. .ZELLERS, Seven Grand Makers Over 900 different
1Oth 1880. ft 47
Will ship Oysters, to.order by ..steamerto styles now In our & Organs .
Pianos **)O. Beautiful
aU points on the Tn "v and St.John's Easiest Installment Terms. Sent on trial. always on hand.

Rivers in shell or gallon. Every inducement that any responsible P. I. FI8HEN. 1
i. House can offer. Competition with
e.no"aw. iyi. None the .
but bedded Oysters in large o* world. Dont fail to send for All orders promptly filled.
small orders. logues and fall Price List, 188S. Address FOR SALE !
WiIi'ale9 ship Turtle to,order, Oily Ponta, : : : Florida.
FARMERS Ma & Bate' SOIthn'hie House. Itobrnaiy tat 6m 40 A desirable cottage,house and lot in
mad F.IIJ1q$ SONS
1fii 'f or further particulars address Titusville,also Blacksmith,wheel Wrightand I
DartII the Fall rAdWInter.PKK, for MONTH pAittcalm. J.,ZeUers, The. Great Wholnale Piano 4'Organ Depot .. : Dmt. general repairing shop at Titu vijle.

addreiIJo.C-KcCWWY&OQ.P pJdah. tf 26 St. Lucie, Fla. oj tAt&ulA. .;.':. ..,.., .S=._cwa-. ."...-, I, ., Enquire,. U the STAR office. 24 tf r





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,_ ." -..H.t: 1-.1.. Z.ii r .i ; Ju'7.-"r; Personal Epeiiencca'.Dd'" )<- '
: love.. Shetaught
f r .by ,Its ..master., .Ha had'was She never' ,,tried,, niy
)1Jg 1ATTOX' ,AMOTOTfl not, known she' pneacaaed;' bat he 'whole tare;ratkerto' ;; the Exploaiqn' .of : ""
fbt&rmise; ; ilI'
bdwedjrpott '' .. ftlIta'rlPir. ) .
qui iec ,hersntnhUkiaaesand'a be hid iI ..ua ,
Sheth"soughCE l4acazln
01 which : e"'me
sttitade WM oDe ..'
.AI3..i''t walked home atone having gained : .s.
'l-'lIIro, w j. fh..t'lf': them aiutwacontent. 'J ;
ff 16..l" badjatfgedbelwfeeh ,
__ m1r. thrown c
', IlWtitth er'1ecoat'to' aspeedy wed'
b dead too soon ber mda at..]... hite&w. I f'1.q1.
; .. .bb.ta H' r I Iv
,oonaoled himself with the ;rtetreat'babe i The sun(rose// ruddy >and
....'h.hamMpalloIlen.IaIald: ding; be : \ .' ...LVl ..- *
!t ...toga U fl* "-.pe"1IIIIie. h crt f Come in 1" he aaloV-",ThII Is yourwork forgive now because she loved yon which h '
lh.l wfnd her in
\ tl".. .. _.., "I 'mt'L to he* .Bbe factbe r a quiet day Lury the dad .
I I It la fitting you should look end her love'wa'fa1Ae and
though and for the wounded. >
/doer Is dead; IbneeptDC""n trM exacting. Of coarse she cannot be I 4' lnelS\: >
: companion thought,' ,1.Q.m-: upoa. 1'" wic*ed. ""Ob', Pf erjcej; Vfi%(oiild j; ny'. ; teen hundred: maa lWll! gyii I.J4t":

Ives teres my :, but my play thing yea.1 My. work 1'" like,answered, ftghaaU W man...help loving' .you.'. ?" .. flllumbert.D. 'upoa-Uie pstalit ;.,
. . t '"Yea. Wb .e1ae'l A year ago today
-- I.J Tney''ald her to reet..wlthher baby'on there came an earth 1ua3e shock,... :
married ; :
they ;
The month were :
: .lisw do kiim.badows Banes in tlM_bt, too I found ;you her-breast, and they were honest the heavens were tiar-teue3 by a delaat '<

.i I That toilowi iSut upon lobe sbortcaM diy ,Pierce Hay ward had been, long Do' yon wonder:, that, miserable.as d tears of.Jove and rtP i.tar c& arid ire- cloud of smoke and tl ting mbellalajf.
.boldly dohshe, m&, Bird lr1ay.her cherished member of society Dot to wretched 'Pwifti sought finds '
a. Pieree'Hywaro shed which the glimpse of
which :
... atgbt have it'desire'with"Iller' curiosity tosebltib'huttlX who,had not learned the lea morse ; manybodies
Ld croak defiant to the noon's was ray. &d-wif,.r But one woman : 'upon that new-D1ad; grave. Then he vela dU ti n guishable tt'tjr t
. .\J "'..t [- .. .' << on of deception? ill.. .waa mad I I and the'world looked'aathim within view. The writer
went abroad ; ; wh
Horn doth Ute peuIoQI,) n'nt ssdiybdms. woman rtad'the newspaper announcement boughft.pretty to.r.;and &hooabttowh1le ; t wife ::
le had1lined'' ? mile distant
fat hie
iomi'htalblbrgot1In tale ckJ&DgofpalD.The said was a at tb
" TramWlag,rtcall ; in her boudoir, with a qo with it the of meditation tk
. I Sow In the chin ofcTC&lnf., U..na'gnome, dropped from away oars! in very deed. and .wondered yet the instant feeling the earth haw
) : paper -to. use it aa a char to banish '
bill's d dale.flip
bold revel tUb on
.; %artlnc. .more.l beneath him, turned and saw
her nerveless hand memory; Instead"it'showb meeveryhour W-i-

tram: the deep mold bosom of the.t,I eW' :""K&nIecrl""II1e said to herself, over ,the; fablty of my reasoning, and .But- after two years travel he return. language Id too weak fitly to alffbi i

Avtomn arum sbakes bet dew? JIaIr-....- 'and over ="'marrie* IHe took me at holds tortured sight the ed i> go straightway Into.Pauline Irv- .For an instant there w re vLtl DI"l
lad kavei the cede manb of bit birth up my .
., word then. ;yet. God ranthlmJlleAADplDeal ; Ing's :She waa alone :In the Vesuvius'and Maunalca 11 Uwffi
!e soar_aloft.; Mtn .ir6ndto s ldrlJlleid..i"t my may. '..might have ,been.' Why do I,still presence.
....-. .. have. .m1ued., 'orjI ive f Why'.do I not rather'cur e room into'whiciti the'servant ushered eruption. Minutes seemed to pars 6e"fore
: K yon
> ;.;;';''Itfr.01'0.'; .." ..'.-'.;;-u.r-a-C- wJ'1lClftU't: :" n? Whydp'ydu'come 'here day, him,'and.looked up'with a great joy In the earth eeaedto: .tremble wits;t

.Tbailalllpg Above> a''d'NtlytYaasl4aeovellN.;wraps.ltbln iu si4.ess' :told,;. ;pride and ij
Her limM,wneM"eb' na.lI... uii.hid. tl.:7etIi < 4_ .,; .'':'" riftthe"obljrh I "I will never-coSe agalx; Paif e. "I am come at last, Pauline, my ecend from its thousand .feet of.tibn e1ml

.; _'r'" ._' 'I.< .. .. -._ ; t JJi a nefwh i to tae ground. "Nearly a RDele'
"r. "" 41 .a.a.w1mI wp thought; I praTedTyoiflisd'lohg love j,my loge P' he said,- advancing
M&flUlHn lWnJy9und bei.beuaUMj .. lla +i th" .ttby bdty -i Ceased to love me; but in tnls',last toward her) With oatatretched 1UDl.' .' 4 brigade had been involved in the di.i:;
I. .... 1 -E. .t i t. -
Ltd ? '
tdelicatiirtaia, that'totbt+aib'out5D .e fAIIa tooa theerrd'bomtb", foment,I will .tell you1the; truth. I She let. her.weary head fall on hia aster to a greater ,rles> extent! Ttils
oxen 'had been 'bnried'b
.-...,"..., .- '" t, c J ,. ... I I hand with noVpreaibniUon/cbor' read'the Yld'not: 'deceive.yoai-Voa-were mad heart. '. hundred :$
' _porV Sight.'yet,awwlyssem.totur.15 acme which h had.bro>ukbt her. -;and ''I premature graves beyond rescue tchad''oeen
b.e. .. doubts too proud she
.With Jealous "And I have been waiting
. r .
: ""'. -<... 3i:. sy-s?...:x.Ttt I,..4y to'lATealrvlafthatTWlliraeeherself killed by the elt8ing ?
to explain scathe: tenth therefore; answered-"waiting always 11 thought ",

I lean ire In Mr ey sy4'"+ be.. Mrs tkt : I sent -you' tr JDI me. 'l thought you I.was :tired, bat I never shall be tired Umbers an-1 debris of the faitA

sbadow dims ber p'M brow as of pain| 'maD n h fe egst Ireienes.iliay'"s' I would come back'' 'I did not week was occupied by the living :l-; ,
; aln.
YtttlDc of fcded hoses and vaof.had yew; 'lttbfllltit.jif riwr: iphi1 4" .if. a excavating to unearth the dead, w.'.'

Of Birth'-and- .Joje'tbatmay' '' .. .sot-eamtlPba.4 .' he,looked so very:superior: In ,dreuD- : I Their secret was their own nowand : were often found fifteen and twtnv' '
Her voice
Bo I have beard her m liar sot ch-artc, his livery. '!Anothsr|"call,, Pierce l" That' I could bunch ft mad. insatiate I they: belonged to'each' other; Yea, theecht'WIl feet below the surftce-many u If I>it

-: .; Wb anlcbi U fall oT mormon and the she cried; slopping Instant ,in.'the ie their own, but, in heaven. ,, 'the calm embrace sleep, from whiok'= '
fool. !) finlihed taking her '" r
z eimnd '_ library where he ,'and holding the .up did Edna share it? movement of limb muscle
no or UIt.\:
aft ?
nuUec.. "Ah Pauline
.1 words. only
f tie eblll air that aba fllea, my ,
. ; "
And the dad twig,'that. .crackle'on tbegronnd. card beorebl8-eM. Why how pale love-" he added, under his breath.- ... changed the body's position.
'Ou'are, dear! Yoo''are'! IlL: Shall I After the first of
- ) ,', '.10. Hush I" she.Commanded: imperiously. .. '!" feeling surpriatsftij ,.

AaA tbaa she "'db.. trnablnc from the excuse. myself" Be a mati and true td ''Jour I IJp& Pious Gems. horror had parsed, there was a gecsal_:'

bomghTne "No, not -iGo In.at ;once," ;heanswered -' ahcpl.i,. Edna:!,'loves:rjoa better j belief that the explosion had bees p> '
rmeeet leaves that sadly Ungt then; ":wittiithe: n rt.tiach ef larpalisnce Chan I know how to love 1M raape eaob' of' meditated by the'ene'myYand thence \{

And wreatbea .then into chaplets Air her, in his tone he had ever shown better than any''deserve: vE&e is asimple If man a generation ,grow.:'a axlne fired by an electric spark from '
brow; little, the race has a marked upllftlBg.ItU .
.htr, and surveying her critically as he child honor her for it. I will concealed battery 'this the .
on or
K Or pl11cU toe. drooping flowercta for her ;t the grdwth of Individuals" that oppo .%.,
airI I
hair.Andwbltetbe.. poke, with/a half dhMtUflecV ; not come here\ ;mote. r[;wIH. make,*) I site side of the river. The fact tbsl :
aecnrea the growth of the whole., ,-
The face young and lovely- '
was '
her some excuse. But oh" make her ::such electric batterits were ln' use'sti*

craw pattering.' rain'drops, on tbs I none could deny that;'t but there; was happy Fierce. What scatters It ..to. No man U ,ever. off dat In" aU. 'fort on the river above, for exploding .

L e Fall with a eteeleat m monotone,the nighttnwrap4 something In the ensemble her you.and .met X9& IJ Ppl1B j'**.!<**i places and at all times:he is to be arch torpedoa in channel way pave, grooBf ;" ,

] her,and the stars behold>> her pate artist eye missed-a something which but do not let'tLat tart lead herVastray. ei; watchful, ready for hla-.ork. The for tils suspicion, which with many it- !

lent as she entered the drawing! room ri ; '. Bee, I fall.. on my knees-I Scriptures make no provision for put, cherished to this day. Calmer ,aL ,

advanced to med h/r gnest:who *.-; plead to,'you-I kiss your.hand. By ting! off the armor of God. more.charitable views.however :
I ----+ and .
tall and : 2IWifoo.tomed ,
graceful all that Is.para in her life, do not let' God Cars* for... to prevail t'! and by general, content.Ehle ;
gave'13 ML-* Inring'a tones! a chains p A -y l.. .. ..
4 her mm yorir are not flowerlIt ; crowning dl aater wha referred to Oat ','
I-j) Waiting.' gentler, accent, as"-In her-- heart"the stood In' tbe'door at eventide, : '
would kUinw wind artless Intrusion of curious Jrfah.
; $ **::(fctfftl! M j heart was rail of fears ; a { .j

=1 whispered: blasts with aralngle breath the ehtiuk- And taw the landscape before me lie man. with that! everriiiUng'plpe.was Il .
tired world Pierce "Poor child I Some day she",will aenslflve fonrlsourJis' milts of tears : '
He waa of ing, pjmntr1 Thronjh burning his last smoke.'
himself tired need a friend. If she will let me I noble Be I tbovgbt to myself the world U dark : \ !
Hay ward,decreed onto :'prove it so. gentle: be loving ,
will be the friend she needs." No Hint nor J>y (tee: i I.
1' of their lies,;,:their eophlstry, thtlr be, tender. By /the-' memory of .
Nothing bat toll ani want Is mine,
Of all her guests none had charmed 'The Purita.a.rf
Pilgrim and the
their att oUena.
deceptions, very year e. Ieope And no one cares for me.
Was it because.these latter had,in oneorq"proved her as this beautiful,. She foilndhet mem ; >4'.SincatlT.t4leoJtft '

,, will 'nigh fetal to his telling her of her early life, of her, ofyona ...,,. ',- Jt "_' ...u. i" A sparrow was twittering at m.1eet. ? 3t
" and the wonderful :, : With Its'beautiful auburn head Apropos of theEgyptlan'troable, wa .
courtship, strange
:, pe.ee i of mind-that Pauline Irving'a At -of t; lNpo.. > ieaRipt. AnU looked at me with dark, mild eyes, wish lateaUtt1e8t r'y,'the eircoa.. '." .1
thing Pln-8'IIOTe still seemed to
j dark,passionate, soul-1it eyes pursued I I"i her, back;:Titpw- oo -. ;tliatlteah As picked up crumta of bread; stances' of which occurred duringourg: '
him In bile quiet country : and all the while .her guest kept' old, b ns tispsfJrmedEitqut And saH to me In words as plain
where repeating to herself:, "Poor'child I" : : Aa the words 01 a bird ontd be,. trip to_the-HoJy. Land sevnat yean-' '
retreat, he had ,taken refuge; ; the ti :; lzl Into ; '
: ehr1nkina i10ii? / ,
J the "1,111 you not come*again soon?" Tib only a sparrow,a worthies bird ,or more ago. devout Chrfc- .,; ..
that of her law musical
memory : she said, almost wistfully,when Mlle ea. H.t ja nsshedr: a1ILht ig t But. the--dear Lord oared. for, mo.". tlan and had madetke'thid'y of the 1 .
voice nestled' in the rustling leave, wan atinott tall'JJi-ladilnatJon .
'" the of Irving last rose to go.i "Of.course I \11'7." growls beside the hedge Bible and a proper nndentandhif of'..... _:
with the
eft or night alghed wind., sighing' !. will :return your visit first; but I oatclearandicbrnfairwilv ing tots fall height ;.bar...voica. rang",;a ::, BeaotUoI.tall, and white, the Big Book'the highest aiaa of"Ufa, '* ..'

{ t mean-I mean_'1 And U shone through the glossy leave of When he arrived at h'elJ iLl-Oaiiles ::Bl

" He admitted to himself none of this i "You mean, you would like' we "You need ,not fear"" .he said, "I Like l teen his heart waa'filled with awe,'and be ;". :
an angel clothed In
reasoning,'only said th>t he was tired; i would be friends. I hope that la what, have only;.heard your last sentence, And U aid to me,at it waved light Its; head felt enervated and cleansed by the: ',

and when in the course of big wanderings : you mean, for I am, sure it is my.with. :: I would not play eaves dropper ft, sin *Oa the tre< is volt and free, thoughc. i' f 'N.':_rile_ -'J'- "'..*-.-' .ai_D'Ctthe._ .;",

,he discovered' the puttY daughterof ." d gle moment-net eyen to more th roughly "I'm only a lily.a uae'.flower, very Paine 8i<>t where hU Saviour one*' #

miller of the maiden tt expose the .falseness of the bat the Mash cares for,me."
the place,ashy stood.
-, The sweet smile was more than' Edna Api.roachlng the boat an, he .
of some eighteen summer, he turnedto hear woman who thus plays traitor to my r&ea It addressed him hid
could Impulsively she lifted teemed that the hand 01 the loving in choicest -Arabic*
her aa to a new.study. her little! mouth for a kiss. husband. By the memory of his love Lord and, with Bible'aud oonune&Ury in ,'
for you How dare that? He oar my head was laid, }
Hhe blushed when he spoke and he "Pleaee forgive me,." she said, "but never loved !, Pierce say And He said,to me,*-0 faithless child hand,awaited an answer. "Ah.! what .

fancied her blushes ,charming; she I love you already.'; ". never loved you her I" ..tell me. that Wherefore art thou dramas? smatter 'th yes f/Why don't'yer talk ""f:
stammered ''' ''D'ahe answered him, "Can he help loving her.?" thought She sprang to his 'side:'and. twined, I clothe the lilies, I reed tae birds.; the United Scales. ?" ,Mkedt4e.man i'-

and he imagine J that rather would he Pauline, as she dr Te.homewArd. her hands about hl.arm.. I Me the sparrows fall; contemptuously. He' was'''Teal live _

have it thus than listen to ary.flrw of Could I bave believed a' week-an "Edna," by aid "yoVare doing'thebitterestwrjng Nothing My kindness escapes II my over watchful all.. eye, 1'w1t e,who: wIIJ'pLcl; ii"'up a1li.Yjuv, '..

wit from betwixt her crimson lips. hour ago that I would bray thus =I--'" **14" b/ferrying 'tourisfa tca thV sea." "-!."-

She waa.aa::Innocent. ,aa the flowedwhich fervently that all ,his hen; might. .be Another minute'and he would 'have It him Is they they who who glorify deny who, shall enJoy "So this is the Sea of Galilee," deyoutly ',:/
; themselves
she tended' In her garden, and &. : told her. all :.the trath/bat Pauline who i.iiurmiWHl the tteareiwruanef: t .
shall not be denied they'who f
he knew that she 'could boast had ; knowledge. "jY-a-a-a." 'And this is
no true't by this time' regained. her feet. labor ,on earth, who shall rest In Savlour"walk t t
greater' ebarm.' Therefore the idea his and/hI'lD ;she where .our 'upon the '
his wife "Hash"
vows, commanded him. heaven; they who bear the cross,''who ', p;
came to him that he would marry her. but spite of himself aa the.days wore "Not a single word 1 ,What'could. you shall wear the crown ; they who seekto waters"Ya.i- > "$ow :mach'will -

Is was'no welt In man's cloUdnsr. Into week and the, weeks tnto. .10t ih. say that would not farther.wreck her bless others, who shall be blessed you 'charge to take me 'to* the ,
It was no difficult task for him to read a bitter sense of suicidal folly overwhelmed happiness Nor would the storm > >. ,0" exactspot? "Wkalyoulook Ikea .,

It .'v soon the love lie had awakened' him. which devestatee.her drive.'our ships .There i>> nothing, no' nothing, ,.inno. clergyman an1 I ..ou' charge you : :.

in hia guileless heart; but to take advantage He was a cultured, cultivated' man Into harbor. GooU-bVe Edna I Think.I. cent or good, that dies and la forgot-t .nothlnV Thej, devout,oue boarded :;*

'of it to Its own undoing, of of the world:andhe had mauled of me as gently U'OaoaD.,, We both : t3n ; let us hold to that faith or none. the boat, and a\last leas twined out = ;;:
1 a
I thla thought he was aa pore aa she. simple child, whose| brainhad grasped .loved him. Let that plead, my ex- I An infant, a prattling. child, dying in '\whcrj, the ,miracle, is laJ.a W have ofrcurred. ?t\i

i l' the cradle, will live agala in ,the 'better After Raxing.,;at'the, watersand ,.
Her sweet face grew very pale when the rtidimeatenra oo alon't'dOFeft-:" ,"

>! one: evening the shadows, he asked neation and had ne ei gone beyond:- : face. : thoughts'of those that loved it, and' dividing hi+time between glance. ,
play.Hs' part through them In the at.his books and devout .
a orb beet me bis wife. frightened He siw her among1' his"'friends Again it entreated him in its voiceless redeeming -
and eloquence to Jean'her in her' belief actions of the world, though'lbJbody satisfaction, the searcher alftnined
startled look grew In her great blue knew they wondered' that
' a pretty then.she turned and left them. be burnt to ashes, or'dr>wned his wllllQjcneea: 'to return. ."Chargr-
& face thug
.t, 4 could ,have bewitched him, Without all5'was' barkV'ou"i'thank{ "In the deep 'sea, Forg ten :Oh, If you |20 to'' take 'yoabaok,1- said the
(: 1-1 to be.'yoc.i def"* she repeated. and the knowledge 'of their wonder t
the deeds of human'creatures'could : speculative "
God I she might look be .Yankee. $lt said
yet within: ..YO ;
in his
"Why,yon are a gentleman, and He sonL .The man's. own unw rJiliiElIDote traced to their'sotiroe, how beautiful you ;w ould,,charge noihiuj.j. > "faw
1She left the sentence unfinished saw her side bY"llde'wlth'thebeautifol '
( ; him at Edna fell weeping piteou ly'in would even 'death appear f for" how ',didn't.. S othln'io bring'you out;. .
: the gulf between them was too.deep woman be had loved
over with words. .' ,. whom God -for hia arms. He .felt a coward. '.that' bedared much charity; ;'merci and purified 'affection twenty to'tfet"back," "And do }"oa
, to bridge ( help him I) his love would '
not die. It not .vindicate'the noble :.woman would be"seen to have 'their I charge everybody **) to tat them a
Ji "You are all that Is sweet In woman had only been sleeping, growth back?"
i and his who had left them, but the blow in dusky graves! asked. the astonished searcher.. fijl
r 1"he replied. 'I im'tired'of art,! ,, misery) warred 'sggnet'Iron JWi ,M-.. t 'ehbmlf ''. '
hand of conGol w'ltfi"whicHni would strike with cruelest foroeon her Th? home atniosphire'ge ur.1lly' 'determines ; .altftv'.: !.
want nature. Promise me only to be
r : artless held it down. who had done no'Wloni.,; His tUencewaa the character or' the'young
as good and as pureand as you oHedldnotmearitot'beunkhidi''''
his own: : :Vbittere8tjpunlahment:: raised under its A
i arefcMlay.andlwill proaaiseyon to ; Inftoeri 'Where a l new"yaritjy of. .called
; but bat at least he atone Japan;dlevrert
might iai
worldly selfish highlyapokeli if in
spirit controls the
try to be worthy of you. Edna, do you Edna detected the Impatience in his ,
fear to trust your happiness to my i I tone and the look of annoyance which Very' gentle, very tender was:he to parents, the otxildron are. quite c!r:aJn Mississippi if it prove a real clover
his ohlid-wife. She no to pcuta1te'Ot the "* and roccessfa
?" sometimes longer shrank aatoeVh acnrel n thejjoathitwlll bea +
-.keeping swept ,
; I across his bandiomti'expreaflve
<" face and at an impatient word or missed A censoriooa and_domineerin g spirit pre- great boon to So t'ti -fLmen., who
"Yon do love me, then?" she I own heart something( her life It .vails the sadly need
grew sad;and heavy. Bat child as she seemed fall youngara: :oerta1ntonjaltt.feetthelike. : a renovating crop such aa *

whispered, aa' though- breathing, an was. her loyalty her silent to repletion fall that when"at 'the : Whera a Jealous; fault Northern farmer find in 'ordinaryWnufBam
imi c sibllty! ;: even close of one niore'short year'God called finding and eel! eloTer .,., l
li rlgl teot1S .
-- to er cherished friend. < spirit predomlnent .:. ,')? :.
,. And he, believing that he spoke the ,One day Pauline went to the house her to lay it down,she clung to the with the head of the family;' ;.;. 't. .. ,.-" '.:

bath. answered, : ""Yea." but found. her nut. sweet boon with arms"'close' .pressed the other members ara quite certain to y y,1of, linevnlle. N.Y.. '

'Then she flung herself npthi9 bosom "1 will about her h1iaband'neck, become imbued with it. And where has thin year g aqV W imaft_is;xotesafaAaverage'prlce .I-ppp" r-

and sobbed out her fay upon hiaheart. wait for her In the library," "You:never.loved her?'' she i ld.1n ,love, politeness and tender affection of elgbt pirihr.

Her emotion ,startled him it .aheaald.She passed i -"Tell her I sox'there.1" I. j ,that last hour. "Tell me, darling. She unlformily govern the parents in their all .the product .of, t1! .acreA catla.nd.The .

.. ,into the mom, expee\ing\ tried to ground ,, clover
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=Out;of Work.4Lgli.k for it I.hould-t should---?' xf. pound by pound all oar,MTlng* went.trJ' a little sad ler. a llttta rain i c'' >u
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T' how I would to get work elsewhere than when'I had ls't 'san hir 'bit
WsrUafBua's_ Itsry.;, He choked like Land. turned. away, Incident in the early life of the, ,
that fiddle was about the only was on hospitable lateit
'Were you ever out of worst INe: ? and I started after. him>>, shewaeplsyacttngtohumbug great' Daniel Websttr will better Illustrate care tsl
it consolation.I had.. ,7Moathjafter soon went out of the room t, Ut t>
. Then you're lucky ; for 1 don't care me i, but ? one ef those, r ire, but well-defin
month Meat by and the 'ion. of dinner.
prepare I \ail
seemed all real enonghand ed characters to which Is here refer-
this-tat' my hands were growing "as white and Italian lady with me a*, 11\.,:j;tree,
from a sort of fellowfeellng for a chap red. Webster's, father was,a farmer,
oft Ptft'a f.ee bat the never whn spoke French aid A'uh
as ;
er'fboll.hr eas, you get out of htrneas, in despair like I might be myself ;if and he wanted Daniel to become a ntr
complained only' .,spent her time well. They had expected this!
it Is a horribly IWdJob'to get in again. 1'1{ had five pounds be.might have tanner too. But Daniel did njk take ma
and time and
needle made
working with her tryingto more ,
pr3t\r nand
lor the.I ple reason ,that for every borrowed it all. to the idea very kindly. One day the ;
persuade me tht I the bad no appetite whenthemnl WM \l7.\i4
job that wants doing, there are two As it,was, I pulled out my old leather old gentleman took Dinlel with him : .isaw
.' I ,or that the had something while I dish after dish almh1'l in,, Ir"
fellows.ready to dOlL, purse, where 1'd got a sovereign, a to the hayfield and gave him a scythe,
was out,eo M to save a few penoe.Ooe in desptlr until I fnu+t n1) of
of leafing-I called half and eleven rhUllng In silver. and he says,.''D nlel. I am going to
I had
a long spell ,, day, feeling half mad, and the children my little bri'iS-eyed
because couldn't get a job So I pot back one of the shillings start off here,and I want you to start
leafing ready ,,to do anything, after hanging friend Hassan, was quite raalf f> ill
at an.d lapped him on.the ,shoulder right along .behind me acd mow."
full swing
I In ,
-but at lant was I about, the ehut-uplt.tes of our.work- by me and be fdi ()'nau7 p \a; iiBO
; Daniel nail nothing, but took ,the
after baying
and .
some very good works, mop, ad vtthlng I could have turned I disposed of ray share to h i ;rut
and. "Here you are, mown, says, scythe, for he always fried to mind
my bands quite soft, my.face ( : my band to some Other trade I wentb satisfaction. "1 Ilk- thh b)ttr t'H'
to be making believe to be laughing like. hla father. The old gent went along
lean, I was,regularly delighted wk home nedy: to tell Pttty that we having/ to wait dovatUirs till
knocking the Iron about once more, "I don't wane no fiddles, but there'sa right ahead, never looking back, but
bad better emigrate dinner ia ovar, h- cud; 'th'a they
and couple of pounds hard earnings from Dan took one or two tiokes ani stop
and turning, getting oily,
thing T ere was Patty at her needle, in forget me, and eit up all tai "nl
then not only having a good appetite. cne who knows what it is to be out of ped. He looked at his scythe and began "
our room, trying hard to keep our lb Inas.
but something to put in your mouthto work. Catch hold, and I shall keep with utiop- tinkering it. Meanwhile the old
bodies and souls together
By the thus dessert arrive he said
it. the fiddle till times are better. gent went right through with his
quiet work and there hung the old fiddle
He turned fiercely and when ha to the end of he liked me but hatedother: ladles,
One day, when I was precious busy, upon me quite Bwartb, got
from the
1 In ltd happy bag : pic-
a man who had lately been taken on i elutched at the money and made for green the field he turned around and lol and would like to come and see me...
ture nail but there was no picture '
at our shop, but whose lathe had the door but the next moment be was thtrd-now that ,and all our best there was D.\n away in tho other partof England but did ,not kni\r how he
been more often idle than going, came back again to get hold of my band. btfore. the field. He shouldered his scytheand could, manage It, as his papa wanted

'op (:a>>me wlttt a green.balse bag In his "God bless yon, matel" be said, and things, had gone long enough down marched back to wh ra Daniel the 'carriage every day. I advised
1 took the :old fiddle as my '
hand. he gave me such a look with those ; was,and says he : "Daniel what is him to learn English,and his mother

"Want to buy a fiddle, mate?" he wild eyes of his as made me shiver. habit was, tigutening the some bow bar the matter with yon?" "Well," said she would like to send him to ODe

says. "Poor old chap," I says, beginningto and was beginning to play", very Dan says "this scythe don't hang to of the Christian schools in ,Cairo..
I think liWA
"Bah I What should I do with a whistle as I put the fiddle in the old air "Granimechree, I suit me." The old man took the "But how can I send him where*

Addle?" laaya. bap, and then, trying to forget all when it seemed to strike.me that i' pytheand hung ,Has. Din, directed. would'hear his,father spoken ill 01!"
the fiddle had 1 caught whet was like
"Play it and'enjoy it," he aVl,'"It's about it. I went on with my dinner. Several thronghs were made in.succession She seemed troubled, poor woman, be
a good one and will keep you horn o' The first mouthful or two wouldn't a curse to my little home, and that I ,and each time the old man turn cause the Khedive's wife who used &.

nights when you might go .out and go down.bnt the third would,and feelIng was to sufi r as Abel Brown had suffered ed round at the end he would discover I be good and kind to her, now says:
before and that I should see I '
spend your money." a bit light-hearted at having donea my Daniel in the same position at the "How can we be friends when-your

"""Then von keep it and enjoy It,Abe fellow a good turn, I finished that poor weary-faced wife die bet ra my 'other end fixing his scythe. Finallythe husband la such a bad man?''

Brown" I says,' ','aIldlpend more 0' cold pork and bread to the last bitan5 eyes. I' old man, af er trying In' vain lor so The old mothe sat in the corner
your nights at home and your lathe shook the crumbs out of the windowto Then I felt a kind of reproach thatI many times to hang it to suit D n's attending to the children and oounV

won't be so often standing stilL" the sparrows thtt were waiting.I could be so unmanly as to have kept notion came back, and in an angry ing over her bead I said: "AM yon .

He looked at me rather curiously began to wonder what my wife that instrument which might have tone, said: "Oiniel, you are lazy. not proud now your son is a Pacha

' and slowly pushed the fiddle hack woili say, for I'd promised to go with been sold and saved poor Patty's You will never make a farm r. Now, "No," she said; "we were happierin

into its green bag, went (o his lathe, her the next day to buy a bit of drug weary fingers from tome of her toil. take tbat scythe, and just hang it to the old days when we had him

hung up the fiddle on snail, and began get for our floor, for she said that now i I thought about it all that night and lul youlllell." Dan took up the scythe with us always and feared nothing.

working,and I thought no more of work seemed to be regular we might I the next morning I took the fiddle and marched qul tty by the fence and Now he gets up.at daybreak,and has

him till I'd had ,my wash for dinner I treat ourselves to a bit of carpet for down, tuned it and ran the bow over hung up in a sapling. He lookedup only time to say his prayers before'

and turned to my'J&ektt pocket to see our feet. the siring and shivered for the in the tree and said:'Well, old there are people,waiting for him with

what was there. ,, I "Strikes me I've put my foot in It," soundai came and died away at I had ;(fellow now yen hang to suit me." petitions,and he has to attend to them

Nice piece of salt pork and a two I says to myself, and then I began to heard them come and die away when There are many Webster In the land and then go t) his business, and often

penny crusty, rolled up in a clean wonder what she'd say. Abel Brown bad touched the instrument who could never make successful he is not back here.until after mid-

elcth along with an old smelling bottle When it was knocking oft time I at our workshop. % farmers.,Bat r every Webster whomwe night, and until he come. I cannot

of mustard and pill be x of salt.As tucked the green baize bag under my Peeling half savage I thrust it back find at the plow we might discover sleep I cannot rest, C can do nothing

I tell you, I'd had rather long arm and walked off home as defiant us into the bag. and stride out of the a score of natural-born farmer who but pray for him all the time. There

spell of work; now I was In!/ full ot-uld be, and stamped Iota the room house not even turning my head are trying to pn.cUcelaw ortaedielne are many who wish him evil and

swing and felt ravenous. I'd justbegun where the missus was cutting bread ,when Patty called afti r me to know or teach school. they will try to destroy him. A few

my dinner in the.hop-aU the and butter, ('I1@t Jake a man who would where I was going, ft she would<< have ... days ago he came home suffering great

other men had, I thought, gone- not be sat down on by his wife; but I slopped me from selling it, I know. pain and I was sure he had been poisoned

when I looked up, and there was began to feet awkward directly. "He said it was a good one and I Arabi Pashas Home Life ; but I got him a hot bath and

Brown.sitting with his elbows on his "Why,ft r goodness gracious Bill," worth the money"' I muttered. "Imust remedies and he grew better, and then

knees and his chin In his hands. she cried, "what have you got there" have my two pounds back I had alrea ly sen and spoken with i I keep even'the water that he drinks

-"HelloI not going to dinner I "Where I says. now." Arabl, writes Lady Gregory, but it locked 'at). But, say aU I can, I cannot
asked. "Anything the matter" "Why,tutrc-nndt r your arm." I hardly know'how it wai. I suppose was not until tbe'end of February that frighten him or make him take

Oh I"I said "that fiddle." my lees took'me naturally ward our .I went, with Lady Anne Blunt, to see care of hiauelf. Hs always saysi
"Yes," he said angrily. "How's a "That whit?" works, as if I was to find,'the friend his wife. They h moved some little God will preserve me."

man to go to dinner without a pennym "That fiddle." there-when I could hardly believe my time before to a new house, large anddilapidatedlooking I I

his pocket?" "Aud what are you going to do with eyes, for there WE n about a dezen of ,and wtiioh Arabi Provisioning a Steamboat

"Didn't I tell, you that' I had no a fiddle?" our fellows-haggtrd, gaunt-looking was-represented as-having fitted up in -

money?" "Learn to play it," I said as I hungit chaps-talking excitedly as they went a luxurious style; In fact, at that time Three thousand five hundred pounds
"Not you. i up on a nail in the wall. in, for the gates were open, and aa I the crime most frequently alleged 'of butter,3000 hams 1600 pounds biscuit -
'"Didn't I tell you to buy that fid- "Why you must be mad, Bill/' half staggered up I saw the two gov. against him was that he had bought not those supplied to the ore w r

-dIet" says she "You've no more ear for music trnnra wi re there too. carpets to the amount of (120 pounds. 1000 pounds of"deaseit stoies," muscatels

"How was I: to know I said. than an old cow. Did you buy it?" "Ah. Johnson" said one of them- There were some pieces of new and not. almond,figs, etc., excluilva of

'''Here'come on. Have a cut along "Well, not exactly," I said, "b "glad to see you, my man. We've got beautiful European carpets In the fresh fruits which are taken In at

with roe HelpyonrMllf. old man; cause he may I ring the money back." a large contract and yon may begin chief rooms but If Arab paid .t120 for every port; 1500 pounds of jams and

there's plenty." "How much did you give for It?" work to-morrow morning." them he made a very but b8raCa:n. I jellies, 6000 pounds of tinned meats,
And after some hesitation, he cut "Two pound" The gated peemed to swim, and all have herd very lately from one who 1000 pounds of dried beans, 8609

himself a,morsel of pork and about a "Two w1u.t.'t was blank, and when I came to I was has taken tbe trouble ta investlgtU pounds of rice, 6900 pounds: of onions,

quarter of' the read, and then,ate a ""Pounds my lass, pounds." in the counting room and some one the truth c f the stories of his avarice, 40 tons of potatoes, 80,000 pounds of

bit, but laid It all down.: T a was ready, and ss neat and nice was holding a glass of water to my that he has the same small amount of flour, and 20.030;( eg.j, ,Fresh vegetables -

''Can't eat,"he ape, In a dull, heavy everything was as could be, though lips. money to his credit now that he had dead meat, and Uve bullocks

-way. "Must get some money and go there was do dragget on the floor; and "Indeed, my lad," said one of my before he was either Pacha or'Minis. sheep pigs, geese,, turkeys, guinea

back. She's very bad." then, as she pound oct for me, I told employer'- kindly, when he had ter, and that the foundation of the birds ducks fowls, fish, 'and casual

, "Who's very bad ? I says, with my her all about it. questioned me a bit. "I'm srrry it story of bU having become a large I game, are generally supplied"at each

'mouth- full. "And if you've been such a precious has been so bal a* that. But come landed proprietor 1s his having become port of call, or replenished at the fur

"The ,missus," he say. laying his baby as to be taken in by the first pitiful the trou le'I1'over now, and perhai trustee for the child of an old friend then end of the Journey so that it U

:head agalmt the wall '1 WAIl out of tale that you hear, I'll never forgive you would, like a sovereign on ac who had been kind to him. difficult to obtain complete estimate

wcrk six"'months, and it did fcr us you,"she said.'But count." The sole furniture of the receptionroom of them. 'Perhaps two dozen bullock

both, mate. Couldn't' get a job and suppose tote talc wa all true, I went back home like a man in a of Arabi's wife consisted of small and 60 sheep would boa fair average

when at last I got on here it was too dream walked straight to the nail and hard divans, covered with brown for tne whole voyage,and the rest maybe

late like, and the money seemed no PathVhy, then, Bill," she says very hung the old fiddle up In ito place linen, and a tiny table, with a crochet inferred In proportion. The

good. I've sat up with her every slowly 'all I have to say tea, that if before going to Patty's side and put- antimacassar thrown over it. On the writer has known 35 fowls.sacrificed

night: for a week and I am about beat eVtr you are as hud pushed, I hope ting the sovereign in her hand, saying whitewashed walls the only' ornaments in a single day to niakechicken broth.

-.t...." you may meet with as good; a friend." as I did so, the governor's words, were photographs of him In Four thousand sheets, 3.000 blanket,

"Why didn't you say so afore" I II hIt was about a month later that I : "The trouble's over.now." black wooden frames and one larger 8000 towels, 2000 pounds of,various
growled. "I thought you'd been on the went' home and I : I .
says photograph of the Sacred Stone at soaps, 2000 pounds of candles except
The Fast Judge and the Slow
drink. "It's all true enough, Patty. Mecca. In the room where Arabl in those vessels which are ,fitted with

"Drink 1" he cried. "No; but I've What's all true, Bill ?" she says, Juror.-** I himself sat and received were a similar the electric light; 1000 kD1'.,, 1230

felt ready to fly to It, only I wouldn'tfor for we had never mentioned the fiddle When I WI&I.a. young man I spent barn divan, two or three chairs, a plates, 900 cups and 'saucers, 3000 .

her sake. She's been bad now for since that night. several years in the South, residingfor table and an inkstand covered with glasses-fancy"what handsome Income

six months, and the few things I got "About the fiddle I says. "The awhile at Port Gibson, on the Mississippi stains. the amount represented by 'annual

together; have all gone ,again. I'd hard times when we were out of work river. A great deal of litigation His wife was ready to receive us loss from breakage would bet

.come out to try to raise a little on ,the were too much for"poor Abel Brown's.Rhfe..6he'tl was goinv on there about that having heard an hour or two earlier -800 tablecloths, 2000 glasa-clotha

fiddle fer I'd kept it to the last." dead. time and it was not always an easy of our intended visit. She greeted us -all these are figures exhibited by the

"Look beret" I cried. "Wtat do ', Dead 1" she Bald, softly end I saw matter to obtain a fury. Oneday: I warmly, speaking in Arabic, which provedltor of one ship alone. Think

you mean, by coming and spoiling afellow' the tears come into her brignt gray wa summoned to act in that capacityand Lady Anne Interpreted tome She has what they would amount to when

dinner like this?" eyes.Auer repaired 'to Court to get excused. a pleasanyntelllgent expresion ; but, multiplied by the number of ships In
I said It banterlngly, so as. to ,hide a time I used to get m the On my name being called I informed having five children living out of four each company's fleet, and then try'; to

feeling a bit queer,' for I, oouldnt, habit of taking that fiddle down and his Honor the Judge that I was not a i teen that have been born to her,look realize: the fact bat this department

'help thinking of my'own bad, times,* making noise with it, and often and freeholder, and therefore not qualifiedto ed ratht overcome with the .cares of constitutes only one, and by no means

bnt he turned his eyes upon me with .often, as I've scraned awav... making serve. "I am stopping for the maternity, her beauty dimmed since', the greatest of their incidental expenses.

such a dreary, wistful look that-*I the most borrid noises, Patty would time being at c this place." "You the time when the UU, grave soldier .

shouted out: f i* 'sit there stitching away, and quitesatisfied board at the hotel, I presume?" "I she had seen passing under her window De Not Wear Ie Dyed. .1 Stockings
", for as Aoel Brown said, it
"Ht'relet'.l.ok at the fiddle. ; looked at last and
take ,my meals there but have rooms every day up -
He fetched from whoa it hung, need to keep me at be home. but in another part of the'town, where I saw and loved her. She wore a long Dyed stockings are dangeraui articles
I never got to a good player,
took it' ont, drew the bow across) the lodge." 50 you keep bachelor's dress of green aUk. "My husband to wear. At an inquest held In
out popular
at last I could scrape any
strings, and It was wonderful what .a tune from the notes, and mary's the hall?" "Yee, sir." "How long have hates this long train,"Ibe told us London, by Sir John Humphrey.re

awed,sad tone It bad. I've had playing you lived In that manner?" "About afterward; "he would like to take a : specting the death of a child of eight,

"It's a good one,'! he.said, smiling. pleasant and evening waltzes: and quadrilles, six months." "I think yon are qualified knife and out it off, but I must have It was shown that some time ago the I

at it as If he loved U. '"I think it'* polkas somehow ," gravely remarked, the Judge, fashionable dress to wet when I visit youngster had taken the skin off-hla :
and all the new songs; i
't.a1l&n, but they only offered me..five I never hung that old fiddle up on its "far ,I have never known a man to the Khedive's wife and other ladies. heel,through wearing a tight' boot ,

shillings on it at the shop" nail without seeing Abel Brown's ad keep bachelor's the length of time yon .I think there 'are ,English husbands and the dye coming off some wpdsn

"H w' much did you want?" I .and at such time I'd say to myself name who bad not dirt enough'In his who. in 118 grievance ,..least will- stockings he was wearing entered the
said, taking the shabby thing In my right. room to make him a freeholder. ,The sympathise with'Arabi. wound, poisoned the blood and:; re
,The chap was
: poor
band.UI. two before left I went suited in death.
> I Court does not excuse you. A dy-oe we
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