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Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: January 18, 1883
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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LEGISLATURE.Jlr. TilE }:"LOUID.S1l1l- C.1.\AL. win too." i TITUSVIIJ.E, FLA., Jan. 111SSJ.: OUR ,11.1SJIINTUL1'I'TEIt.: : ..

., Dougherty on being conducted to Special Dispatch to The UnionTALLAHASSEE "Who are you?' ,raid the atoni-hcd' To / iitiry' The Florida Slur: .1 k (From JUI"1t' 'lll\l corrrsponJont." )

the chair addressed assembly a* follows January 12.-Mr.; Cobb, Seth. .1! Several weeks since, you publi-hcd an WASHIXUTUS, D. C., Jan. C, 1S3:;.

:' lof Escambia, to-day introduced in the "Why, Sharpe, Shave and Skinner, article in the STAK, relative to the ?pruf Mcmliers of Congress semi to have le-

ccnUemen of the Assembly : I 1 Assembly a bill to incorporate the Florida brokers." I i i-h land grants in this country-I inb'n-I I turned to their labor* much rcfii':hcd by
At this time it seems useless to mate Ship Canal Company, to 19C.'lteon- i their brief The Senate
I I "Well, 1 dont want"any New York | ded to call on you and hand wu.'l letter holiday. yesterday -
any extended remarks to you, as there is struct, own and operate a ship canal and Central, got stuck on it last year. I rl'cdn'ClllJI1 from the General Land t. passed the "whi>ky-in-l>ond'' bill, extending

business of more importance before you. telegraph line across the peninsula of j want Central office"" Office relative to thou grant-r-wluch I I for two years the time within

You have seen fit to elect me your presiding Florida to connect the Atlantic Ocean "011, ah Good bye." herewith send you and hope it may throw which the tax must be paid on the whisky .

officer, and it is necessary that order with.the Gulf Mexico. The bill names "Good bye." .Another thump. M>me light; on the subject and enable our stored in bonded warehou It nlso

be preserved that the business may as in
Iw expeditiously conducted. William Fullerton,John H. Fov, L. :\(. "Central. Office f and to the best interests of the State. and fixed a day on which it would vote

There i is nothing in the portion of a Lamsou S. T. Meyer, 3Iichael Jacobs and "Ye, go ahead." I The accompanying letter i+ in answerto on the Porte bill. The House, not to be

legislator incompatible with the dignity Judge David McAdam, of Sew York city i "WS'JonGW; I letter addressed to the lIon. C. W. outdone, pv. ed the Pendleton bill, aftera

c If a gentleman, and in that behalf I venture -I. exSenator Simon Cameron of Pennsylvania "Where i is V4S9 f' Jones by me, calling his attention to brief debate, and also the army appropriation -

the hope that all will so conduct I ex-Governor John C. Brown of 901 Mouarchiul Avenue," shouted thec old grants and asking him to investigate bill.

themselves that there shall be no necessity i-I Tennessee, Senator William Mahone, A- Seth, adding solo yore, which was heard the matter and if nkcs*ary, otter The number of widowers: now in prominent

for the exertion of any authority of W. Jones and V. D. Cf roncr of Virginia, more plainly than anything he had said some .'. legij-lation to cover the positions is noticeable. IVjinning

the speaker in the direction of a quiet, I Governor Benj. F. Butler of Jla lebu- before ; "Blank yon, you told me to give !ground. Respectfully '&e:, with the President and acting Vice Pre>-

orderly session.I setts, W. II. Manning- of Ohio", and others. the number not the address." "B. 1:. WIL.SOX. fdent, we ha"ceretary'Y lger and the

shall treat each and every member :Time route of the proposed canal is as follows "Oh, we will have to calm' branch- officeat DEl'ACTMEXT OF THE: IXTEIUOU, Pos-tinaster-Ceneral in the Cabinet the

fairly and impartially,and, asking your j : Commencing at a point on the Atlantic the Buckley Hotel." and after Seth Gl. taiLLt i) OFFICE11'asulacroa British"Mini-ter in.the diplomatic corps,

cordial support, .I :assure you that with coast at or between the bay and had waited a few minutes a soft silvery"hello" D. C. Jan. 2l> 1S82.Jon. while Judge Gray of the Supreme bench,

that "up )rt any rule which you shall I harbor elf Augu-tine; ; thence by the tingled his ear 0. 11: Julia, U. 6' Semite, Sir: Marquis Dalle Valle, Italian Charge. M.lloustan ..

lay down for your governancehall be ina-t practicable and feasible route across ccr Jove! said he forgetfully, "that I am in receipt, by reference, of a letter French Minister, and .innumerable -
strictly enforced, arid if you will place I the peninsula, terminating in the Gulf of "
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mu-t Ix a nieegirl. addresed to yon on the 10th inst., byMr. smaller! fry reinforce the luichelors.The
, the means at my disposal, order shall bepreserved. Mexico at any point between ;t. Marks 'He! he!" gigiled the wire. Benj. li. Wilson, relative to certain Supreme: Court are all great card

1 bay and Tampa hay and liarbor. The cc ) and ba'e.a round
(x119159 for 6-151. unt:1xt'\11mds in Florida.31r..lVilson players, they regular
If at any (time I shall on'r:-tel' the bill :grants: the right of way one mile wide. i ".\11 right, Mr. Spicer, 'wait right calls .attention to "old of solemn whist parties during the winter

bounces of my authority in this hall, it i< i Th; capital : tuck is i to Ill' not less than i there." .. Spanish Grants" in the eastern'portion of which are about as gay as a Methoditclass

fur you to correct me, and I desire that forj'y nor more than sixty million, and "How iu thundef did she know my Florida, which, "according to"the treaty meeting; but the old souls enjoy it.
you do so without favor to my.-e\f or thf, right to acquire the title to public "
any ; name, murmured Seth unconsciously"ihto with Spinrt not taxable and are nowlying While this will unquestionably lie a gaywinter
to the position which I am to ocvipy.Thanking hullunder exb ting laws is granted.Mi the the telephone, eliciting another in Florida as portions of the Spm- in Washington, it will not be so'

you profoundly for the Innur, j :..:-rs..Tuhn D. Spelling, .\. W. Job. J-'oo11'. t i>h dominion, wItHthe owners are unknown gay as if the 7th of November had .been

which you have coufered upon me, 1 ant j j i and JL-a llogers: of Virginia;, Michael J!- Meanwhile the operator at the Buckley and in consequence the hmds ',left out of.the calendar. The 141 mei
now ready in your to take the ] col.s., of New York, d>l. 1L F. lxoney, hf "
prescuee
I was struggling; to call Mrs.Spicer ; that cunnut w.. 'roughit into market, &c. who are to l be dished on'the 4th of March
aulcnin obligation to perform the duties j j 3IeuiphiTenne. -ee, are here iu the interest lady had jwtgiyen thl'viehello! andgot Mr. Wpon} desires to know, whether will not add much" to'the cilI1ift' of the

of .Speaker: of this Assembly to the lest, of the bill, claiming to represent when voice which Senator Dawife aiul'
her ear to the telephone a means taut be devised: by the true city. daughterwill ;:

"f Ill)' ability. ample capital. to build... the canal. C.An cut in with- owners of. the>c.liinds con be found or. by not l>e in Wah5ngb this winter,
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The Assembly then proceeded to the underhanded Oninsc t---' Traffic. "Hello Buckley, I am Brownwiek which they can be required to record the first time in mauy years. Mrs. Hoar

election of other officers, and the. following rIr. A correspondent of the Onda IJ>utnrrLifi Hotel." ., : their .right and title in the, counties will be here however Uy time 'way, Mr.

were cho-en I : I, >, writing from New York, says that "lie quiet I ann busy-*' wherein, the lauds lie," and ho spates, if Hoar complain-, that Senator Butler:

William FOr )Lh Byiium, Chief 1 the price of prime Florida oranges in "Will you go to the concert with mot po-,'ible we_desire the lands brought into made faces'nt lint tl'e other night during
('lerk; John; 1:.. Moseley, of Jackson <-ouu.1 I have sent flowers and-'' and first the exact tin course of their little nnpleasantneTlie -.
Xew York !should ? $I.:)) j><.'r !Ot"ll1llmlIOIX you some market I as a step ?
ty Sergcant-at-Arms' ; John Croft, of j on an average, from October till Feb "Be still. I've just switched on Mrs. ownership must l he known," &c. Butlers area fighting rnt. '. Awayfar

Bradford} county, Door Keeper I I.ljourued. ', ruary. The reason; thehave. failed to Spicer: and she can hear every word you In reply I have to bay that your correspondent back in Englih history: when Piers

.\. keep that price this yi:ar, certain dealer S.'l)"." appears to have some crroneinis Butler had hi* head choppetl off they

In the .""senate on Friday evening, Jan. on-the St. John- hirer had sent to them Tlie truth.of which was testified to by iniprcions? : relative to the condition fought.manfully whenever they had- at

ii y Uy Mr. fcfharpe-Jx-uatebill No. 14: in barrels, about two or three millions of.Tmillie.l an audible chuckle fr(,n Mrs., :Spicer. of lauds in Florida. chance. Senator Butler is 'a cousin of
T. be entitled an act requiring transportation "Hello Mrs V Pierce Butler the hu-band f
"Tie-e pil't'r. <> Fanny
wereoverlmault that the
i oranges. oranges You are probably! aware public
companies to forward freight by "
l in : Johns hirer "Hello. Kcmwe. The Senator imams n on at
put up :L. lands in aid State have been surveyed
ouch mutes and lineor connection- ".In-t hang switch ,a few Princeton who has only recently recovered
: pine Iwxes and duly branded 'Wlectti; up .,your ... except in the Southern portion known
shippers direct to the Couiuiitteeon ; '
may ; Floridas "' Lake Eu-Us Lake Harii moments"Hrtiig and- from a desperate illness, )Irs. W 1i-
', Indian by the general :name of the Everglades, ., -
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nlilruld and Telegraphs.In purer: and 'Illouch, and sent toXew up my switch! I dont. wear' any, and a con-idernble number of adjacent c.lomiJ1 receive in her new' house afterthe

theA*eiably by-Mr. Platt-Assembly York with instructions to 1 Iw sold at you impudent wretch!" town-hips of a swampy' character, generally middle of, Jl uaf\'. )*lr. .Windomt(

bin n'uctff Xo. 0;'tlac-To lie entitled at act to $3 per b.tx. They rind very rapidly at And 3Irs ,S. did uJl3JI;;' lp her switch overflowed when the lakes and rivers volunteered the-information! ,on the tli-or

amend a,-e menf and collection first!' till irresponsible dealers and hucksters with a jerk that. stopped any further, comr.iunication are full. The>i e surveyed public of the ,Senate lost week. .that he had; a,
of revenue; to Committee on with Seth tilt that individual clark removed from the ,
in the trade generally, who receive lands were also reituwl tn inurh. by the Treasury during

Finance anti Taxation.In largely in a certain way, commenced to returned' at night; when she told him "the', act of June .22 1870, r'pcaling.C'tion! lei incumbency for,making remarks

the cnate'nn:: Saturday. January G, sell the genuine Floridas at 82, and then tale of the telephone'J,and,lie grinned on 2.uS:: of the Revised Statutes, and have about his hou.-e. Mrs. Windoui wus formerly -

Uy )Ir. Sh:1rpL'-'mm'\I- .Sum portion the market went to 'Meminition ,l>ow- oth sides of lug cigar' without relating. been! duly ccofl' r'll," and' remain subject a teacher, and bin woman, of taste.The .
of the present revenue law entitled wow! ." his on n mishaps, bill reported to the Senate today
to, ordinary private entry.
an act for the essment and collection 4. .... from the finance committee embodies the
The following reply to the above by i The lands which U. S. Surveys
of revenue, Chapter 3210, Laws of Florida JCei.Cii.be Tucker'* 1'hilosophy.You over internal bill which the
revenue pssed
distasteful and Mr. J-?. Bean of Jacksonville, appeannl in have not been passed. in the northern,
are' to
objectionable
i may loch it on Tie paliu as u mighty House at the last session, the taritl'sched
-ome, if not all, the different sections of the Ciuof the llth iu-t : t resky plan, I eastern, and western: portions of the State ules adopted by the committee, the 3Ior-
the State? in that it the ; term To the Editor of the Cnlou.JACK&OXVIU.E 'are probably included in private landclaims
uses proper To make your judgement by de clo'ca dat rill hill to provide! a btttrf'tcnl for the
; FL\., January Iu.-Ii baaed come evidence of title
ca-h '"sll1l'and, deliues it to nmcan.less upon trial of cintomsr-rovcnue cases and the
tlum "cash value*' in some part of the reply to the article.in your paper of tluS kiversupumaii ; derived from a former government, and ,
tell how Sherman bill the collection f
For I hardly needs to yer, ycroften regulate c>
Mate, and more or ficticious values iu late, headed 'An Underhanded Orange ., confirmed: pursuant to, or directly by customs duties.It provides for the '
('Orne'aero:'", repeal -
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others the of Traffic I have t., nay .that there has acts of Congress, or by the U. S. Supreme '
therchydefeathng: object
A fifty dollar Kiddle on a twenty dollar) of the tax'on the capital and el"II\J-o'
and in the burden been receive at the port of Jack ouvillufrom Court; which claims are a matter: of r&curd
ju-tice equity tax .
; how i its of banks:and the abolition of the tI1UI
foreign ports since October hot, in this office, and that of the Surveyor -
ni-l real in
jrlier&i*, the owners of estate checks'drtfta
An waking in de low ground, yon diskiver tax on'kiuk order and
2j,14J( ( oranges.in bulk, mid two -IiarreU, General at ,Tallahassee.In .
the cJuite: are at the of the several '
mercy voucher* and the* tax on matches: -
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Tax Assessors, who have not construed the equal to about 3DO boxes in alL They Hat de finis shuck inay hide de }Hicanest any such claims based: upon complete and medicinal preparations, ,

law alike ; mId r/ICrIY1S, many sections of I were bought by rime of the small dealersin nubbin in deTOW! titles, and requiring no patent from r and after July 1, 1SS3.: TIlt' bill} .provides ..

IIf the 1:11Ie.'t d revs hen or amendment ; i I Jacksonville, and the most of thou retailed I think a man has got, a mighty! slender the "Unite; States to pt-s the fee, (if I that after July 1, 8Sr'thC"tJ.x; on

therefore, be it re#>!cfl, That the ( mmit- here. It is not probable that &) durance for IIdlt'lf' : there arc such,)this ;government has no uutr:11111 muxufoc-tureil tobacco shall be12cents
out of the ."IJt) boxes: reached the NewYork : < ;> J -v *,
tee on Finance and Taxation be- instructed Dat holds on to his piety but oud.iy out further concern, if the, lands involved' a pound. _.

to prepare and report a bill upon the market. The correspondent of the obscbcn; ., have been properly segregated: from the Jay Hubbell, thu .distiuguL i hcd cliiej

:subject at as early a day as practicable; Ocala I Ji'Jini'-r-L'tciHi will have to find some Dat talks about dc sinners wits a'heap of mass of the'pulilic domain : and all matters pirate of' tine United States, )jlas: withdrawn -
letter for the ,
rea-n 1mpric at whiclFlorida '
to Committee on Finance and TaLtti"' 1'1 solemn chat, '* *. pertaining to taxation and requiring from the coutc.stior the Michigan

In the A"'"embly by Mr. Platt-A?
bly bill Xo. IS: To be entitled an act to Florida imiHfeition-of brands. oranges E. nE.1 under. ary hat; : I apprehend, for local legHation. is announced this morning. It* U not

amend an act for the assessment and collection : ., .. Dat's de foremost in do l1ll'l ng-ho c for proUibletthat the future wiU.dcveJopany

of revenue; to Committee i on Fi- TclephoueTribulatioas.picer raising: all decbuncs, Where,'however,"it is necessary for the of ',such prolonged searches for his

umceIUII1 Taxation.CONSUMPTION. But lays aside hU'ligiuii.with; his Sunday : government to iue .
... : had the telephone put in his residence -
i>autalooiis pira the title in :confirmed_ private land iuecehrtful etltjrts of hit great prototype
CUREDAn the other day, awl having given
J neber judge u' people lat I meets along claim, the quotion of State taxation is Captain Kidd, hi another dicection" hntt, ;.
old physician, retired: from activepracticv Mrs S. one of his lucid explanations of
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having;; had placed in hi:4.hands I' the method communicating, left for hi" de way, purely ri legal one,"and not within the he probably finds it necessary ti> rt-st up"t.
by an East Indul'll-rionary the f'rnua i office arrived Uy: de places whar dey come from an' de jurisdiction of this, office. :., I QU well-earned fame. t
; thereafter going throughthe
of a simple vegetable remedy of for the) mail his first bu'ines was to try the houses whar icy stay j'For Of the large number of Michclaim in 1 There is considerably anxiety among

-peedy Brunthiti cure Consumption de bantam chicken's-:twf ul fond of Florida, a very few, only have been patented the $w) additional clerks for the peit-ioa
Catarrh, Asthma, and telephone giving the button; an cnergetie ,
all Throat and Lung affections, also a 1 1e.i1iw thump he received the orthodox roo,tin' putty hignAn ;./ I ; and this office has no means for : office appointed in July last a- to who
arid radical for General de turkey buzzard sails above de -Jiall be retained. They were'all 'appointed
cure Debility ( -"Hello!" from the office. ascertaining who the i>r* id parties in :.
and all nervous 'complaints. after i "I'wantMr.'Spieer, 001 Monarchial eagle-in de sky ; interest are. These facts arc brought out I on 'a prokition of rfx months, thecommissioner
having thoroughly tested its' wonderfulcurative ketches little Dlinne 'tu 10 middle of pension having been
powers" in thousands of cases', Avenue." Day < incidentally, whenever the cases are. called *

feels it is his duty toouake it knowji to:1 Gin us Mr". frpiter'nunil er Iud ob de sea, up for action-a patent Usue4 and delivered given the fight by the Secretary of the
hifellows.. The recipe, with full particulars '* !| .An you find :defcmalle-t possum up de for instance.Mr. Interior to re-appoint such 'as M' dt-reil.

directions for preparation and use, yours- I biggest kine ob tree! I It i+ thought. that., about, ';; hate not
and all advice and ..instructionsfor "Number: well, she wears C j 1-1 and 1 Wilson's letter, (herewith returned "
necessary malt recordhicli will fn-ure
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successful treatment, at your own i wear 7 1it its glow*-"! I : ), is of so general'character that I ,
I The first strawberries 'of the on the il il'ron u1ll1'I
permanent
season ,
home, will be sent you by return mail, "No no. The number in your" telephone 't find aouie oUtlicuhy in.. arriving at his .
i by-Mr-*. \\'. J. of I their places will be filled by new ap'puiuf- ,
freest charge, by ddreingith; stampor yok." were picked Epperson, views; but in cueu he U aware of any .tx>- !
stumped self-addressed envelope. "I "[Bronson 'during'Chrktmas'week.: il1 nt:1.110 the unfortunates are the
*:0h! ah':'* said Seth, and after fumbling -t I callcd Spanish Grant ,not +xi,+ftriM5la3aforesaid : 'I .
Dr. )L E. Casa .
2 'I' toPoi is now editorof the is,al-o a state, of uncertainty among t lei' jI
managing
"Mention. this paper. "Hello Central office I Htllo Central, : where he thinks the involved should "
.. .to : '' iJacksonyil1eCiwu, Jerks of the ceu-us office, a heavy discharge -
I want.- 1 ; j be surveyed and brought into market, I, I
A sure' for blood i il'implt't' The first '
cure impoverished I daily
: "Hello 1 How many share d'ye Cowi: H.-d of the best known.tonics, let him call the attention of this office j : being A'f i I
and 'sallow complexion: is 'batchof removals; took place .yesterday,
Iron Bitters. It..ill produce, 'a'' want ?,'.. iron and cinchona, ,with well known arty j to 'the.e and it will receive due con- !J12 lady clerks in, the agricultural divi-! -" .

healthy color, smooth kin, and is ab=o-: Share of what f' tuatics, is Brown's Iron'Bitters. .It cures sidef'Jt on. Very Ilefrpectfuily, ion of tliat office having"bctu-rdwmie 1.I .

Jiitelv. not hiiurious. Why, N. Y. Central you aid you indite ion, and all kindred troubles. ,( 'J N. C. McFARiAXD Cbnmite-ioner. I ...,'At oti-T.



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; Father Ale% de1.'DWleDC.ky exercise: "D
i earl thar'Mtiuitut JegialaUonshouldbe A Russian priest y
f What bDmm being'imoiii o c- An sjniialng rtspoatapbicil error la now in New York; on take much txercle?*> Mt.
abolished4 favor of fell .
,,j; ly his fellow creat1 h'* inner and ocean In'TA. *. CftftrpA Vxlo*. Speaking be tolerance and in liberty of conscience; his way back to St. Petersburg. "I son 'of Fogg,' whose fazD11,'it "-
c life that, he dare of the Centre' CjogregatlonalCharon '
i: octet 'pronaaaoe 'of States '01W.tem sent to our church at Bin Frau- seaside. "Exerciser's:
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JPOB erotcbetty Lablts, peculiar man- ;of:,New Haven;,It says that amoral after the example rter'lIaad instead "I should -
;; E unpe."U '\ cisco," he said to a ep lay so. 8le.! 9 ,
sets At die*, eccentric' wale of life o)r tablet to Jail memory baa ,rtanUybeen ,of going west through: Europe- drill six times every day,*? .

'aI04. of thought, which may, bare ,' erected.there,"",.meaning,of The Valley of Death. and ever the Atlantic I a A Brooklyn toy
remind from the uareocrJed but nonuse a mural tablet. Went tsay
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and Nag Uon the
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way
.t.. ,, sere obUttratedhbtory of" years? Itj Over the grave of a .Springfield, A valley surpassing reality of Francitco. I came from that city by which he described.wlO&lI
wtio
--t. f. ,j I I'y Ie ] fc mcatly the old: we odd i" and Mass., man,, iu the' old ,Methodist horrors the fabled region of tbe upas- way of the'Is hu a..,' Now,after two clawed each other,
:r. :, I i }i whan the young laugh at them, how
:; 'I grounds, who died from the kick ,of a tree u'-De..1 discovered InHhe Island yean' service at Ban Francisco, I, am back. The
, [ do know toat t are Dot.I&U&h-
they '
ley
'--\t' i horse, is the following quaint epitaphcut of Jival The island vohtanlo and in going home, and thus completing'myjourney postscript iu them !
be their: own fate words
,jE[] tug at what may one I ; ..
.i'j. in cold warble: "Blame Dot'the one upot the emanations from the around the world. Q'lake r. but ma fcn'L" -
I ? Many a peculiarity may have '
I day ,
i' } beast who sent me to dust for the God Interior of the earth are so deadly that What ha struck you moat during Three-year tld Oracle :rand
> j sprang from Bome-warped nobility of wis ..
ri cfD
of natLr said be must theplace Is called the Valley
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;.:;;. j I jj i nature, many an eccentricity may your trip1' klaulng her.baby slater: 1rt.aW'
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.,. ath. At the traveler approachesIt "The lead that Eagllah-spcaking auntie said .
,.. ''. t have i ruinated in the client tragedy The London Echo says that sundry to her, "And ten<
- he is attacked by nausea and giddiness. .
I"":'1,. '1 ef a lifetime. neoeasity,0" jdd" fossili have "pro.ett d against the remount people have taken everywhere. English think you love yocr 'Ut h" ;
"it' Heal*> notices' a soflbcating International lan "
r '"' ,"'. I,1 people are solitary people" They may of the Chcrch 'of tit. Olave. baa become the you? Q-iick aa a fl&ah cane ..
"':J;...:H'I dwell iii A crowd and do their duty in Jewry,to some crowded locality where smell Aw he advances these symp guage.. With,my limited Knowledgeof ply "No I don't flak love '

.:..t1 -..... a large family, but neither the crowd the clergy and tile building will, be u! toms disappear, so that after pawing: English during my trip I have been sister, I love her without flaking!IJ,a*

t( r I err the family understand them; aud I r ul use.to the living because ,a longtime through tbe'belt''ef'ted air which far better oft than any of my occa- ....v'
&1;', '..,: II r i they knew it. Trey do not alwaysjeel ago certain cltisens were buried guards the valley, the Visitor la able to atonal German and French friends. Going Abut Leap, .t
',;' ..; f, of examine with less risk tbe spectacle English future It.. A Londoner W'holateJ croeeL
,- it, that is,' not to the extent under, the .church. The, dead bandVUp8 has a glorious
: f keen suffering, far.their,very oddity u iIhtt7ltUL. .We deny tae before' him.. A, recent; traveler describes bound to become the universal language Ctnada to densburg aa kedLl]W'

.: .,;. f'I salves them sufficient to thtmwives, light of stew worthy old, citizens to the valley aa being oval, about of science, trade and Industry. driver aa to the population ao4 fi!

x ,- !I and they'hare ceased to ,exptct, the occupy for all time hundreds of yard* one mile la circumference' and about There have been three great epochs of government of Oide.jba eai'
i j jI jI ji jt sympathy which they know they.can of land in a l eality where tine thirty to forty feet below the level oftht' in which all the educated men talked being Informed that it wig an

sot get., The tide of life is almost. i* worth something like a guinea tile I surrounding land. Greek, Latin and French respectively. port t'd city the chief e ffl v g|2waa

to be at its ebb.,witu those whom wet :q me f.>>Ot. Tae worthy cl LC*ne will The fl'or of the valley is flit, dry Now we are entering the epoch _01Eoxllah. the major, he inqobtdi, ij

'.' 1'a call odd people.. Young people have, be quite a* oomfoitable at !!ford 'vr and without any vegetation ; and ". The Greek world was too does the mayor wear the 11t C
'a a sen<*, no right to be odd. TheyUft Woking." scattered all over it are the skeletons limited in both area and age. The dace?I' "Inalgnla-wha ,.

plenty of year before them, and of men;'tlgen, wild boarr, birds and Latin world,, was lar ir than the asked the astonished hackmaa.a .'s '

will meet in the world enough stir It is, aa much treason to coin a stags lying' among large blocks of Greek: but Ita field-, politic*-waa too chain about hi* neck Up'-- "., ,
tics to rub down \their-angles and penny u a twenLy'ehi& ing piece;Ito because stone. No team c r smoke la to be narrow. The French epoch ,was fib astonished Cockney. Ob, 1 .

,; sake'tbeoi polished and pleasant I the rejal authority:is aa much seen,-nor Is any crevice apparent In plomatic. Now the'English rather no," responded the other; ''WI"JI\

1' aQ beholders. .Early singularities arepMIIJly violated in the one aa in the other. the earth which appears to be as hard Anglo-American, epoch will embrace ftictly harmless,and goes about Iasi"What's >

j' mereaffaotatlona. lint when Tin rj is the same ntundlty in a littleball aa rock. The hills which hem in the whole w(rid. The Eagiiah-jpeak- 1V&I .ri&a. ;
time has brought to most of us the sad or built t. as in a great one. The this Valley of Desolation era clothed
II IDa nations lead the odd in the that
,j 4 loo. late," which in many things we authority of God is as truly despised from ''base to summit with healthy you're plajUjf*sj-
higher politics and in Industry and a New Haven
all And mere or less, the ease is different. in the breach of the least command trees and bushes. The traveler whom man to his daaajski;
Therefore,it becomes the generation meats, as some are called, as in the we have already quctdd descended trade, and they are unsurpassed b y who was pounding at the plane& ,,,'

f which la still advancing, &ahow brtaek of die greatest, as others are the aide of one hill with the aid of a any nation in scientific, religious, or board with more noise than.k>a,'
Ti1 bamboo pb0eophlcal thought. Oar German la Wagner n. pa; that's the saaiar'
to that which is Just passing away.tenderness called. stick to about eighteen feet oftbe
i; consideration and-respect- bottom and he compelled a dog to friends of feet to JglJ.b on the ground the future." Oa. it is, is Its ,J

Inn in spite of many harmless weak. It la wonderful how men change I go down to the plain. In five seconds that it Is in their opinion not an original be a long time in the future bsisil

.-u-ifrt. Graf*. to a clanged heart B,u g i Dbled the animal fell on Ita side motionless language, being ralLtr auJxture hear any more of it. ply=jj''

ourselves we eee noble tiuiign, and although it continued to breathe for of German and L*tlD. In my opinionthis 'Cox iIn' Through the R,.." !hp-
lovin;find out love. Little touches of eighteen minutes. la rather an advantage, for English ain't you horrid; alwaji tbbiht

A .Care. for Sciatic courage, of goodness love in men, Another dog died In ten minutes la not quite a foreign tongue to about something to dilnk.1 BSMI.
rfr, which formerly looking for perfection and a fowl resisted the deadly air for German and to the nations of Latin are ...yin t.ba.tfamUy.'t'f

A cure for neuralgia. and sciatica w. passed by, now attract us like a minute and a half and was dead be origin, and BO much the more easily lim,le alatlta.. ),

and, as I am toldan unfailing one-Is flowers betide a dusty highway. We fore be reached the bottom. It la believed can be adopted by ail of them." Solving the pr w.laid ..-" 4 s:

too valuable not to b3 recorded.. take them as keys to the character, the human skeletons are those' r an affectionate mothtrb&morning .
0 and dot r after door flies to of malefactors who have i itsi
open us. sought refuge
An English officer who served witcr "you really muse ooflsi_
*<* etiatlnoiioa in the war.wltb Napoleon, The Sfrrtofffield-Ukton,of Massachusetts here, ignorant of the fatal influence of Thurlow Weed and his Sweet earlier nights. Do yen eucg.i"

was once laid up in a small Tillage in does not believe in Sunday papers the air they were to breathe. The heart. meralda like to have you stsj' ,

Trance with asevere attack of sciatica. ; but thinks that the people who neighboring mountains are volcanic late?" "I'll tell you how tt W
It so happened that at that time a demand them, and not the Journalists but1'they neither emit sulphurju "When I was working Coopen- said Jack. "You see, she was .

Mt i it .tiaman,was being employed in the I who publish them,are mainly respon odors nor do they show any indications town,'* Mr. Weed said "I and two on my hat, and I felt little d

Loose_hcra he lodged and that this sible. "It may be pleasant,*' it says, i of recent eruptions.. other young fellows were arrested for about mentioning the tact.11"Yti

tinmac,having been bim+elf a aoldier, "for a certain part of the community Ab insulting some girls while going home well. I'll give you a bit of: :
>>ya the Clouds. i
took an interest in the officer's mae to spend its.Sunday over ita Sunday rim; meeting. I was never more innocent The next time don't hold Joe;. i
I and gave him the cure which lu this I paper, but it must be borne in mind- of anything in my life but I your lap. r.: 4 .\..
Instance succeeded immediately and that every additional secularisation of The'YIIilora' register at the Pike' had no friends and was threatenedwith ,.-.1:

forever and which I an about to setaown. Sanday tends to defeat the physical I Peak station Is a curiosity In ita Jail. Suddenly a man whom I ,."

r It Is at any rate simple an to I and moral purposes for which the I way. A rush of blood to the head, did know stepped forward and gave A Difference of Opioio"\ :

L worth a trial. weekly rest day ..instituted. Tbe I oftuslag lightness And .he.daahe and bail forme, and a lawyer whom I had .

Take a moderate .'.Id potato, rather laws of nature and of God may some. extreme nervousness are the most common barely seen off,red to serve me as .'t l

t, if'dam large than small, and bell it la one times be evaded for a time, but sooner Mnmtioni experienced by tour- counsel. My trial came on, and the Some time ago Bishop JI! wIf.s

fitr:. of water. Foment the part or later they have to be met, and fate. From both of these disorders the girls completely exonerated me from well-known frdetblnke r of LkUslsj.

swede with the water in which the those who transgress them whether register suffers. The sentiments vary having bad anything to do-with It. A furnished lumber f jr the eretfleiefliaamehow -.

t potato has been b>Ue d aa bet Y oan be communities individuals, must. pay from the snbllmeftt utterances of the year or two after this I fell in love negroehuroh. the kiW

borne at night before going tobed;then the penalty.1, Holy Scriptures and Milton to the with Catherine Oitrander of Coo pn- neglected to pay Bishop lOaMW c:::
amah the potato and put Jt on the commonest kind of slang. Page after town, and married her and a Utter and last Sunday the old man weatE

affected part as a poultice. Weir this The PaU 'Mal1! Qaxdfe cape that the page brinks together'such: as these : wife no man ever had. It was ten church, a place he rarely via**sej' .

ell night and in the morning heat the Bev. 'Jack'1 Raise, the well known "Glory to God in the Highest," "Well years before II found out how I had took a seat among the ardent, hsrife: to

t ton water, which should have been pre octogenarian sportsman, Is lying dangerously I've climed Pike'Peak and I'll never been defended. Meeting the lawyer ran. During the sermon the mil'- :!

wed, over again and again foment Ill at the Bectory House, do it again, yon bet," "Let all Thy In Albany I asked him. "Why," sold aid: "This la the L1I'd'' hooss, '
the part with it as hot as can be borne Black Torrlngton. The reverend works praise TheeO God." and"I am he, "it WM Catherine Ostrinder'a we should all be thankful tbe i 't

This treatment must be persevered gentleman, up to within the last week twentyaix years oil and ,have dumb work." She had feft r. ber shy and liege of sitting In the heat of '
i with formers!days. It or so.has np 14.147 feet how la that for had Lord." "Hold
occasionallyjeqoirts been ae ardent aa ever In ; high? I not told me In all that timer But on I" exclaimed I
to be continued for aa much his pursuit of the chase. The venera Many who have strong lungs re the next year that lawyer was wits; "thll It not the Lord's Ieir ,
as twp or three'; kabut in'the shortS ble gentleman a year ago was invited main purposely all night to witness, prised by being nominated and elect a car This la my house. Whoa you pafir

sr or longer time it has never yet fa'led by thePdnoe and Princess<< of Wales the electric and stellar sights which ed'Attorney General of the State. Not for the material of which this bfisMoonjtrncted

te be successful. to Bandringbam. when he remained are sometimes very 11 11. Oae night altogether because he had interceded you may call it the Iesi]

some time on a visit. The Prince has last summer an electric storm cane for me ; he was Just the man for the house, but until you do pay-MM:
now telegraphed his on,which from the description given place. I must refer to this beaW
I II sympathy, and very raret1y had a man lIec&- as the "
ni An Affair of Honor. requested to be kept informed of the me by Offloer Leltsell must have been ed or appointed to ofloe for reasons Minkwita. It ia said that'Ml eH1-

I a reverend gentleman's condition. The very grand. personal to myself." man has second a writ by wtaefcvn .
When the dry good house of Dollar annual meet For two days previously -
of the Bevenstone thonder'ICOnnalaad by law compel the i rr.cterMq;. ('
ThY Jill 4 Co.. cpened business' in a near hounds has been postponed on ac been rolling among the .. far to the church the house of MSB!rwitzaad .<

aIV- the- manager- ,was. very particular count of his illness mountains and then for two hours A Warning that he intend to be pua*! <
Lamp.
about the character of the employees. I everything was tipped and s..a It every m..Ne.slA th.ai 1M asvtTlaiona ,
A m -- wwW% M
Teens of the travelers Japanese paper ----- -"-::.'
who seemed having learned of with-electricity. The Spanish pack of the writ -
In need of extra advice be Mid: ,"! the cms among Europeans and mules which were left on the summit An Ingenious adoption: of the electric an enforce ::

Dpesir, yua will do "erjUa1D1n American for works of art from Japan tor the night..... to! ba all on are llpaJlnll1.tem. says The Telfyraph tat Upward of 13,0)0,0001etlas ;.
, i year pdwer to sustain the honor of the Including the Buddhist and Shinto the clothes of the men seemed ablass, and Tettphame has been effected In aids are POSted daily in the I' ;

....." "Yes, sir, yea sir; depend Images suspects that the missionaries and electricity streamed from the tips connection with a lamp which la made 3,418.000,000 letters are annex ;
pen me," replied the traveler, as heel sent to that country decry the use of of the fingers from the HIM and from to give notice of either a burglarious trlbuted In Europe, 1,248.09), ,

forth. In three days word reached images for the purpose of "bearing the balr. The anemometer on entrance lot a or a fin upon ,premise America 78,000,000 in Asia,M.fl" "
top of
$1.' Aa firm from Syracuse that M if par* the market The cunning foreigners the building spat are at every revolu where it employed. The apparatus In Austria; and UOI lOSiQ In A'fisa;, ,

d # tionlar man was on a spree In that end the missionaries b' decry the tion.; Every rook on the summit was I consists of a small battery with wire The vain of the bay crop la .

fib,but it_was five or six days, before popular religion, and when faith'in it ooverd with. flame leading to attachments on doors and England aoooedtng to the_ ,
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Is
the firm could get.an answer to any. of duly shaken,the people are ready 1. windows and other wire .cowmunt- of..the Axxioaltntal Deps uS

i 1i Mi telegrams ordering him home. At to put with their relic ffatmegs. GaUD, with the lamp, which may yb. Washington' ,. le .. ibliows; ..lisa4$10,130,14O ( J.

feat- be wrote : "Drummer from Boston In this way the missionaries and placed, either Iu.lde'or ,outside: ? $t6e ;Massaehu.etb, lb$1,4, ;

said ae could o tdrtDkan7 hyena their employers are supposed'to make Nutmegs grow on little'trees which premises, aa pretr:ed: 'Upon a Vermont, '113.293,112 :G.a-Mott-',.
connected with err bouse. Took a great deal of look Ilk or window being doer tUMO.809
me money by buying at little pear trees, and are moved after the ; New Hampablre7i! + Er _
i Jourdajs to lay him out, but I was low and celling at high prices. The erally not over twenty feet high gen The apparatus hiss''b esa set ft r the-nigtft" 4I':Rhoda Tahiti.3t,723, 4k .T W .
bound and : Tk
to sustain explanation the
oar sacred honor: is an Ingenious flowers lamp '
or are lighted 3a .
E and very much like the a red glass efiid \
lily of
boat. Shall' I let any one bluff me atpoktrf ese may possibly be a specimen of Japan the_ valley.. .. They .are pale and very .la..,.released---.. -.by the- aid of email el e'M : !.M." --- .
Forgot to ask before I humor or Satsuma # -- l -
i left Joke. u.uu"" 'me II W-s"os Placed within the s' L- ;;-
nutmeg the lamp
11smL 1 go West from h..." ; the seed of a red or danger i4 k Ye
fruit aagoaroldgentleman
and dgnai wamM.
is
:According to the ; mace is ,tb thin hua aI ,
law,' apostasy from the existing Bussian lag off,.tha deed. The fruit U cover-about the light bavIu rnIDu.q" ;ape: ..Pier at_ Dover, 'En .:
f severer Sato I'I'oD'IDtaUa U large Y 1011., When.ilpe. wblte. 1'0' fire pul'pC a iPeM dropped' hI told $ ...,< 36ro1! ,._
>>r. Qieineville stated before the murder. A Banns penalties than theft or brek ,pa; aDd shows a UWeDa&U thermometer II used. and, ihen'tiie' !>>De,of the,holes locally knownnail as _.

atedeted'Hygiene that be bad iris abandons the subject Who inside. Tbtoeeigrowontb.Ialaada raised temperate the holes In 'the plank. 'ID.and .- .,
Orthodox
t I served water potable for more than other whatever le faith for any Of Ails and tropical AIDerI ,. They to rise, JDe&al11o,oontnot 'mad.merotiry. .disgusted. at his loss,' beqaeathed iw
I thaw years by adding to it half a grain children his estate is deprived of Ills b u.trait for.seventy ,eighth jeu. the lamp a& once shows the and "a 'sqmof money"to pa/ fee
handed dariiv
'fj j salicylic acid fjr each qoart. It ;is guardians appointed "over to having ripe fruit upon them all the. IJp L Placed outside houses or ; annually stopping ,fries, holes, '*.

!11i i recommended for use" in expeditions. be himself liable to bJ'theStaa., and ....DL A. floe tree in ,Jaaialoa hu Uo balJdJap this lamp WOUld a1Ioid'posh overplus to, aa.laId out ID a:dinner *

i i ii to wanD oIl & .' ,: the Holy Synod until he prosecution abjures .. :by, erafour, ,thousand natmees on It or IDle otherwise Index to the police u to the safety the OirporaUon.>> An,aannal ,dlaafonKquwUrtakM .'
Tit every of '
7" the
bite
J .. IAterlor' of plaJj, and i
thi
: ; : prmnl.. the part,, that
breakup ,
k.r they oertlry '

i/iJt:/ 'r the holes hays. J1 duly attended:t*. ,

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',Ike'Iw*Carifeaai Tnas.KrlM ., -I.j I der1ihaaii: she has"answind him: in 'MY J.I'1'U.II..Br.! hu d her whls think I should" have died" if It had not

J' '. French' but nktorslly he- continues in pT '4 .,. ,t a94 T' been for her." : _. <. Man-Hunting, in. .Siberia.. .
: J *':;';.' .-.t.-: .:. u. !!'' ;
tlmta till I felt asleep in her He has taken the hand etch.
KrlBt .waited tl*ottyAbase / ., & uaK _, ubi' many ne -
with glarlagllgut; "Whj. Ah because I would 'arms. I never nw her.moe. For a peaks and Is standint: between them.
'I weasd nee."M.....-"row..oetnln 11..', -W ,V t _:.rick"He 'h-. t IpDg time, madame ,I used to ,tease bto ohlldUh fare full of plwwre. ', Sorry Indeed, even when death
JCeep,(be Obrt -al.d'a meawy bright." wished you. to tell a .false-. eTeryone stout,.ber.stopped. ,. bD.t1I't I "Hiw can I thank yon" Lagardere does not come to put an end to.bis existence .

HeaovgStaeUteiymanatoa;* hold?" .,- .*r. Jl\ ...,... ..'"; e'ys earnntiy, "words are too poor; lathe lot of the convict ,who
Wit ll>,a giant tre* .'. \"MYes-, and see-bo w he has hurt me.!'. "0)on.+ ear.f rv \)k 1".* c L .."tI but if T can in any way repay yon" ) has SHOOKded In escaping from the
Stood ds downwltacoeUygUU. arm'ss (- Her finger* closed convulsively over mines of Eastern 8 beria. Wltheut.resources ,
The child extjeuds his he "There is not much more to telL It
gotW7tl lb IO"Wtau. .r; speaks, but 'tbe' darkness- iiso great vu a good bit.1...i-unU. Lou Leon''bands but she.makes no reply. of any kind, he must' beg or
Abort a d r*hovmed, "' "If I could t rnre>> -: rob his back to Rm-i. The alternative
'ucl" way
inktincfc had
tiat although, she knows by came to our honee, a long .
Below the eaadlee ebon But the sentence is never flalshed,
Throng eI'7II&aI.1obeI.wberteaaaglBgbM that be has made the gesture she can talk .Uh("," -vhey sfpke,sq! loud- the woman stretches out her arms to of'seeking employment to'one
Yo.t.d.nr7 tredoas stone. see nothlT g.' and at lss|>sjUle want away Booking i which often baa disastrous. conse-'
and her
knees
him
sinking on cries
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But ErIN Krtagi brow waa troallM "xou* had better return home." sheways awful mad.* ,I went in the, room. ana y I I qaencea. The convict of tbe lowest

For KMd oa: every 1 1:*. .. presently as-he.shows no- signs- of found ii.lying all of a heap ,on.j pat plteonalf"Pardon:, only pardon m,'" The i type regards the Siberian colonist as
BobleJ the nuts glltsbf Ibm bADdlo..1M with an inferior and has a' saying which
loit IB prld"AD411PDperl4 leaving her. table lots cf papers strewn around veil has fallen from her head drafting ,
"Cm't Igq with you?!'he asks.A him. I stood by him a long time before with it her wealth of golden hair and describes him as"blind for three days

Dm tbe betgar aoenlal from* J wrlnf the door.., half smile crones. her lips, he is he noticed me; at last he lock my there crouching at his feet, after three after birth-" .But the colonist has his

.Be path 1M)* rlaCarUtiBai-Ud* lOch a little 'fdU.... Tenderly she face lkt"'l1.hLI.baD+ and,;fall so long wear/ years Leon Lagardere rtv nte. He works the rsuptrdlioosconvkt
Wbo thiaaa Dot of 0 d'i poor" Isys her hand on the curly head and sadly >pdpyos>.rsairember, your sets hi* wife." ; like a beast of 'burden, and

Hnaed the t0IIEE.pri ad17. her lips tremble as the answers him. moth?'_'Ye ,. sir.' I auawu d. .should never have left you" she gives him' as little rest and as ,littlefood'

Aa b.plBigetf Into to.Bight '"My home is a very poor'one." Then child" .-Pf1-on, 'In alter goes on rapidly. ..I.was w> fotillsnly as poaaible. When wages

.'Ha U light Of tore and klodnmKeep ;:II Ah I what is the difference if yon yean remember o ths f he was the proud and I thought yon had lost your are" demanded the oolonUt ha an.

the ChrtavahUaTe bright"TV will only take me 'there;. 'I, am. BO beat woman that ever lived and that love for me, now-" original way of satisfying, ,his .latorr. -

...' cold.1'She I, ty my absurd .jiaionsy.thjtye moat Bat it to her child's voles that breaks, 'The Di n.tJs"psld. without ,

A m.r wooden shutter does not speak, but tat ing his cruelly wronged har.SI' do \gander- through her words,, v demur, bat before the ooavictoin get

fenced.....eted aDd dlBgy pane. hand walks on, at last they turn into stand what be meant, but., that, Pas Papa, papal did bring mamma clear, he falto'dead;killed by a ballet

FronftoeflereenofUieweaUier.Zh*sail.wep UM rain.gana a still darker street with rows of blgba "what he said. After this.h"pt...,* C& back The and child's never knew it'around. her from the-gun of'hhi'cruel' employer.
dirty looking houses. It is one of and the doctors. fwd ._u': have arms are This' method 'of -payment to '...*
nnhllght glimmeredla neck, his fresh young lips clinging to
twinkling AeW..O.. those she enters,mounting flights of France. 10 r3 came brtr here ; but times carried oat on a large scale It .
Bad
the bare hers, and, when her husband raises
braDen kblmmeiedMid stairs until she reaches a- doer of every nigk.t In his sleep I heard papa to adopted In th'cue'of vagabond
A Unj her, it u with Leon still in her arm.
the halfrllgttted gloom.It which she holds the key; this room call for Adele-that's,my(mamma'* labor r i who, having flnl !ted'their
he takes the from
Gently boy her
bora fc.r rosy appi**, the two enter. The woman after name 'md: ,oooe.I. heard: .him_ say, drawing her, to him he has not autumn work In the fields, return ''Is
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A.top s lulu.a moll, shaking the snow from but the
snob M IB*poorest parw can bay., lights a candle, and placing a piece ot could not have left ms so'long alone." spoken,, ) [loving, worshipping" The wages are'forthcoming' and I ths
BOBS,poor and tawdry all. dry bread on the tabla bids the boy Tarn yon see I thought msjbe could look' in his eyes seem' to satiwfy her, lab rrs allowed to depart with' ,their

Yet and Hans and O.-vlebtB find her f o i ran away and now poor for dropping headoDhII.hoaldr. hardly earned m nf7:. 'But they have
aDd SIll!;had wltn glee,' eat."But Adele regains once more the peace she
Capered ., where is your own 'Uppel ?" papa has no one.v ? no sooner gone than the :Ipeasant firmer -
raolac t" lost three
the unwoatad years ago.
At trees he questions. ."You think lithe was toga' back he assembles his neighbor and hav.
OIUIaUDM
OUi..Mason vXrlat As they stand ,tbere thus reunited '
Ktingle saw the-Bother I have had plenty" she answers .would be glad to see her?" the:woman the Christmas chimes ring fcrtb, tell Ing provided them '.with.hordes and J
Bae watoiies him for asked. firearms, the whole party alliei fjrlh,
shortly. a moment
OiV tbS poor gilts W '" big us that CarUtniM Day ban come '
largest apple he devours the' food the boy cries In pursuit of the vagabonds. The rs-
Till the Wand as fairly. "Yee.lndeecll" eagerly. bringing with It Peace on ear ttt. and ''
Bang twirilag rows tb*spray. and then'she turns her eyes toward She rises and proceed to 'replace good will toward m*n" turning' laborer! are, speedily overtaken -

.TOIl eta rat that."ran Uw either. the .Iudowand permits her thought the shawl she has fat taken off about ; moat are'killed on tttespot"allare

. 'Bat iUUe Hans spuss low, to drift away. the is recalled how.tvrr Her head she iwitti a large.black veil Galobhes. boedthe, reao..8red'mon., being
, .Poor *llneim!..i>o motuer.He divided between the.'farmer 'and 'hto
)rasently by a pair of soft arms sour to completely ,screen hir. features ;
au r.ied.a dQI.o. f I .rthography still unsettled, for r
around the ntck, and turning; she confederates.
.Other, we flod goloshes, galoaher. galoehes.galloches .
has BO apples
Ht>>preU> Ciristinastojs, meets the eyes. of the little waif. -'Leon. doyouknow' ;the name of ,: golsshea, eta We may of The only respect shown for authority
y.o senates brig. \.to give bum light "I cannot eat, madam" he says In the bcte1 where your ,-lather. stopping course,' pass aver the fanciful derivation 1. the prevalent habit, whet robbery "t
other. boys. the accenti of his native climes ?'*
Ilk all tne liquid from Goliath's shoes." Cham has been.the '.slaughter,
,,1L Betuuae 1 am sure it is TOUT supper." "'I think It lets Ev-, .something," ber's Encyclopedia Informs us that of concealing the dead. The murdered

Shea boaest Haas the aped ral; It is the first time she has looked at. to the vague..npITI; \ % II the term was introduced to this convicts are uaually oat,.up'.and ,mutilated

lAld down Bit pipe, .*edTh tentively at him, and something in I Evert?'* she queries. soontry a o.rd-walner's technicality, 'and the 'remains'' burled inoutoftheway
itulog...1111.tbea straightway eoogbt his face ta claim her attention. t. '
"be wished.- seems I "Perhaps; anyway it to s>. 'blg to signify ,a method repairing ell planet. 'Th 'hunting
'l'b.orUM. Her cheek blanches and hot tears :: "
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place, .1'; boots and shoes by patting a narrow of the "hunchbacks, as 'the
How tbs BUdrB gift gars_Mm a. *poor
Hew Aadtt while the iBshUghta lasted, "Don't c ry." pleads the child then. him and lead him down stairs. The surround the lower part of the upper in derision. has :gons'on 'for1 years,
merry romp they bad. as she even her faoe with her laid: ; dim gas light in the stieets only leather It was alab adopted" by the entering a' deeply into' the'habite

It was too long to tell you, "or that either it make me think of makes the oold>. ssstn.mortvbiteag. patted and oloa m.bD'to distinguish of the people that, ta'''has ssoapst

ButatUl I lain would papa," trying to draw bar fingers The snow has stopped falling bat the What.were also called French cIO** the attention of few travelers through

What good Krt Krlagl. altered, down as he speaks. wintry blast that whistles through the from ordinary docs s or pattens." Hy- :Lastern'Siberlfi.' ,"'Wnere, are; tie
As he.... ""j'> tamed away. II What to your father's name?" she letfldss branches to ss' penetrating; len's-History of the Sabbath" pt. U. laID?" was aakedof a woman left In

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Blest I*tbJs boas forever qUf'8UoDl.prIT.. Leon Involuntarily draws 'back 10- chap.. viL states'that an'act pawed in charge of a small village adjoinfaag'
For km sod jrisMotld.pity greet M Just' the same as mine, LOn La ward the poor shelter the house aaih' the reign of EdwsriIV. decreed that the highway. "Gone after the hamobbaoka -

Tb Bat..*whr r 40Tlag Mis earning ft gardtre. fords but his.companion, taking !his M no cord waiDt r or cobbler within the ," was the reply.' Such is :the

that.human sorrow The woman' uttered half-suppress' I hand keldiy;plunges into -the" heavy dtty of London or within three miles prevalllnsj demoralls itlon in thto'rs-

Find Can 91,a the j aalons door ed cry. drifts. They walk as' swiftly on ss of any part of the said dtty,'dui., do speot that boys have been heard to'
Thereai HI r tutrs wrath stall Sad LSJx'. CIIILJ>! my God.II might they can until the child' limbs, half I upon any Banday in the yeer.or on a k their father toklU,vagabond,,I*' !,
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A rest?tnnahlaji fljor.. hare known it." stiff ,with cold, ,refuse to do, their the feasts of the ascension or nativityof crier that they may'see "how'ths,

d Better U>U gloomy hovel Do yon know papa?" offloe. Without a, word, tie!< woman our Lord or on this feast of.'Corpus fellow will roil on ,bis:hnmp.". In
Than the pallet bathed"In light She seems nncoi scions of his words urea him in b.r.ar.ua. ,and, thus encumbered ChI U. tell or command, to be sold some of the governments it is certain
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BUM to It tb.Onrisi love and-pity amid'.memory bright1Christmas' ,"Perhaps' you can tell me where. by her, heavy burden determinedly any ,ahooea, hUMan (L e. bootee) or death fir a ,convict ,escaped, 'or still

IL M mamma II?" fights her.way forward.- galoshes, 'or upon the Sunday or any under, supervision, to be caught returning
Chimes. 'No darling she answered gently They have now reached a bitter other'of the said ftakts shall set or'put from the mine.: Oocastonallv r

"I can tell JOG nothlag, but howls it portion of "the ,city. Most of 'the upon, the fat or legge of any person the soldiers Imitate ths.'colonists In

I met you to night all alone houses ,are brilliantly, ,lighted and any shoves huaeans or galocnes upon 'their exploitations of ,tne,, vagabond.

knit f mowsnow,. under foot on Leon hangs his head. from sons: come sweet strains- of pain of forfeiture or loss of ,2Is. as Tree Cvisaek.'as well as the ordinary

the...t slushy pavement, overhead .'! rats away." then more quickly music. Through the half open shutters often any person shall do contrary' colonist, covets.'cheap labor and. to

veiiblng down the leaden Ilk otoods, "Poor papa is always so sad that I I ladles ,and gentlemen, maybe to this v ordinance.!' The earUektapell-- in 'the habit of'rewarding ,with 'an. -

tad in the air, almost stopping CD.'. thought if I could find mamma she I seen dressing amid shoals of laughter Ing of the word to gallocbe or galochr.. ounce or two of lead the convict who

breath by its dense, cold white flakes.. i would comfort him so yesterday I ran I and gay conversation, the tall,\ greenevergreen. Chiller uses the word in the "Squirt declines to pass from one":condition of
Ever since m snowing ever since the sun rase' -or hungry, and then I met a man 'who Before a larger house than the rest .. (
M*wee worthy anb<-els ble calrehe, Daring the eolonlsatlow oftheTransbalkal
rather where it should have, risen, for said he knew for whom I was looking, tae woman stops for a moment,to 'Tn.r doa> ..._ot blulag e&ald approe\e. ,, region, > 'the huntlng, of
after a few snuggling attemps to shed so I went with him, but he took away rest ,As she stands ,hen one of the K t eoou*ao taaake a wlgM aa be old me. ; tb.&min| ,
its rays on Mother Earth old Sal wi Dlj all my pretty clothes and gave me lower .windows'to thrown violently,' From tbe'QUlitas( of the'Romans alo vsgatehds versions 'was tbi'newliarrloed one of : n dl

concluded he w&,defeated, and ;re. these, though >!' saran;'and CRIED, open and with a merry.ringing( laugh come the French ftaloohe, the Spanish of 'a"i'settlers.Frwn .
Tomsk to ChUrther tomity'thatbai
Uralrine'' .the snow' master .of the then because I wouldnot say .I
field-ever since then it bis been, .t lUna his child he beat me, and st, last"was cony.. Arttr a moment she to.followed 'TheNew' rendered'Itsettnot.rlouator .. : .
In a perfect misty sheet Tbrxigb going to put me on board as:blg'ship by a gentleman who smilingly. but : Get Gun.man Magazine the pursuit on a. large. scale of escaped .

aU this:oold'and sleet comes .woman. when I got away and found yen-I still resolutely-wrests from bet ding' I convicts.. 'In the Toniik, government

Her clothing none too;.warm entirely am so glad I did," nestling more ingfiageriaspEay; ofmUtletoe.; and I I According to JSuffintertoff, the new Itself whole villages are described

{ Us to protect: her delicate, frail limbs closely to her ss he..peab."I holds It victoriously above 1 q head. I gun, which to considered by t le German ,a* living solely tVe'rob
of the hard time to find far :from ,him eve bery of vagabonds. The river Ksxssan
from the .exceeding severity shall have a She tries to bend : Government to have proved It-
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weather., ,Tee cohu_ drawn blue her, for its ever, to long.sine I saw the,edge of the baleony, ,but, his flangrup silt the most suitable military repeatIng has been so filled'with' the bodies ot

lines round the"sensiUre mouth and. her last, moat three y'Ore, I, think I draws her nearer nearer. to rlfl, to the invention. of the. murder"Ccu..l.( as'to- 'become pi
the traMparent'ban'di in Tain'seek( a heard pApalQ-aD4 you' see I was ,him. until his mouatached lipa.simoat Messrs. Moter;the originators' of the trld. Meat' Fingul op ig .woods are

shelter under the .threadbare shawl ; only four then,,but'I. remember she grass her ,cheek, when,with a ,rapid present German regulation rifle. The known as a The favorite whole):ground foI'tki

her step,Is tired and Mterlog.bat 'Inspite bad long yellow hair. PSt'a.MId'themaalhave"krftecl1ttn.i movement she frees' herself c and with magazine,oonsUts.of. tubs contained slaughter. of. the F district
of the contending elements she son si a saucy glance that b lliQl..,'IWia':to la the stock and has. a spiral spring Is full of the memories sad traditions tof ;

poshes bravely onward; at least she Very yellow' and grant big blue" eyea., ; follew, runs..bask .into, thetbopse. which'keeps'the cartridges up "to the Siberian man-b> antinf,: Harses of

pauses as vaguely uncertain of her shs.was "/Lpretty., .Ah, plow. With a half sigh the woman quit* the brWoh action. When the bolt Is with. the,port, are'atmalive., Bitkov!,

way. While she stands si-shrill cry'isheard don't cry, it make owe sorry.tr' *' scene, the boy on ber>traast crying r'rtwn.,cartridge: which has 'been 8omaDoY- !and- Zivorota' ware each !.

ta*A small'child tries'to;bids :"'LMI darling'I'my' ditrltnC', :She plaintively with the.00)1.",,.aad*etAe forced out of_,the mags sine.by the p.;in diff tI f1ntwsys., BSmuioT, for

itself, ttilbMs IFbsr, ssairtj:1::tttiktInYolontarlly : t,burying her.... f*oe'in his shor; gently huahed ,him .&0 reir, at lad pI.ia1..pPq, 1*.raised npr to levelof IhaitIhoeIn"edosiebrlty jn,..ths villge -
thefwoj. oad., mbvi itats'.. :,t.terms ci iJa; "" they reach title JSverai-.Hoose. Half the eotndge chamber. into which of" Flbgnl, where he wan in "the,

to u.e bot. fi '_ *4pa,....aof load of her,why he afraid of the answer she'may receive 'It to driven by the bolt ss it returns.TbXwhole habit of lying in ambush:eloae to the
sowhsa,1 *- kl .d.her if he cane la ort she ,qaeationsthe 'IW.UUI 'finds highway, and abooUD&-dovn vsvary
B&tdIt:: ....shed. .: M : glad action of loading II.comprised
man iroshssby thetnPwlulrsi Bntfttd out,'bolt orate'dsy C 'he"camehornsking that fortune hasvlndeed guarded 'herstepi lristbe backward and forwardibgtfon'dt'tfie vagabond Wh :'tIMltcI..!Io'the antosus

oath and disappears;1'an bolt1 Inordir to'avoldwaate evenings Bitkov need to' plek ofl
'' hepssieithta' :to pammaand 'q irid"her'.a'l.ttu.read Inmate of the hotel !I1l.wgttsiwholnstanUy stragglers along.the bmu-ot Uuidvw'Augar.
boring street+, and, .as. cf >nuatt1ou.s lever to attached
the bo- srooohsrjc. >>Closely" stilt.i ( it and then laughed. 'Wny _f./reeognlsed.-, .Leong.. ;showed. I to' one side. of the action, by Oaring substqient ;sport
his proUtdar.* Ifheu J- *"the'>. W roe you know, Leon, ,1 did not tb"'J nto,.ia?private,parlor while" haInformed' which the magsstne can be Instantlyclouted along the Blryus there?wtre individuai .

Us footsteps die away he ,osmmsaoatdi i it,* Iii..laid, bat its neverspoke': the child's father. the gun being then loaded and Siberians who boastsd .thal.ibsr
to speak. the lmp* na dt .'Of A4 dg4 if Eprd.-# I think slat .mOre .was said The genial-warmth of"the- 'room' 'and- as sn ordinary breech-loader. bad: brought:down ss.many; ; ss sixty
as weu.a dightseceatbetraytag ills thai .I can't remember and then 1jsVwher roaMS the boy,'and his blue) ...- Tae reloading of the msgsslne tostated and in some area ,ninety vagab*....

toreisn c ritic:"' .JI 1I't. !A "Y"! '....n putts arms round his neckland wide open'as his father inlets.r. Wliha only tooocupjg>,le1r.aida.. .: .This Only upon ,one,of these 'hunters sY
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"H3W: can I ever thank.nir madams vj ;: heard her say : Leon, Is it likely Joyful scream he mane* forward and yjfmssB! be applied;to'the:Banger. D endo.tJi. vagabonds' seem .to hays, I!

that>man"WU"w oa"ld ltai ti beaten When I ha..lo..ed'only yon, that 'I It lu'dID, : -' -a warm. ernbfeiii.. ,Forfafaw riflW of.I Ian.* model new in ose.at taken ,.vengeance.' They selectedonsParamonicb .
me to death 'If;he:had'oaagbt m'Msis -= should write such a letter,-to'anotheirBoTpapa momenta neither "think'or"thepresene'of Wry .small cost.. Two >thousand,of wbo. hid' :been> all his '
/bfaok'robed life engaged In'killing convieia.I ,Ths I
malatlnant'Le'.nU.advs."' .t ptiahe4Thir .away, laying thejtall/straighi, thessiWssfOMrSja/ia/isKirBe of constiai '

"8tpoaiantil"ihsiiki: ;;ihlvering sorairthing that .oq de her get all red, figure. ,standing by the flmldifLwn ; tics,and 'will obor served out:as vagabonds aasembled' :together, .seised II
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as though thTery: effort lo speak aa4 T ,then mamma left the room bi,the first to'rememhr'r.. J : quiokly as possible to one of the granaoier. I him and brought csxeer'foa'cioiebj

mad heV'mcr. *.-.\ooUL-t. :; bJs'ezoUtvmeat That 'night she came to my'bed,'and' I 1' "Yea maLtthsnk midime'hesge" '"; regiments, ..., ;.. .t.e.a now ,e quartered: ''in ?. plunging him alive"Into cssridft4 *
tee boy does not seem* to won- woks me up;he was crying dreadfully. drawing his father. gently forward.1, 1 l aDd&1L' I Of Incandescent 1 hia'ttQtadJ''.' .
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, CARDS: f'"'. R. C. PERHAM, of Cr itY'
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THE STAR., Convention Bill. mos lii'11FRS.tt, ,
FLORIDA I takes pleasure in ad il
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; McKlnne the Third district ; ; bJl"t.
Senator of -
GRAY.
w .,.. 'J. .' D.
and
;, t PUBLISHED. KTJtBI THL'BJDAT hap introduced a bill in the Senate providing Orange Vegetable Gro'fen1' (

!, .ii I.t" .r- ATTttusviHe fora vote on the part of the people ATTORHEY-AT-LAW that he t,* representing the

.' 'I'I 7' ,. ": ,: .Flotido.C on the first Tuesday in June next' on : Florida well-known, prompt and
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I j .' .. the question of '"Convention" or 'iNo LaGrange, CommisMon
; 11 fl EWAQE*, Pabli iiser. BROWN'SIRON A.M.Thrasher. Housesf. 44 '
- If" $ Convention" to revise the O>nstituti on. Wm. Scott. Sanford Flu.gCOTT + "

, E..B.AIi.AGER.y Editor.- At the same time delegates are-to be elected TitusTille Fix& TIIRASIIEK, Mess. Heard Bro's: Vie.- .

i, Terms; 81.50 per Annum In advance. each county to choose as many as, it ti 81Chapiii hey Street: t".,-'

. .A 8Q1aD Is one 1nek b IJe ; IB squares has members in the General Assembly, ATTORNEYS-AT-IJAW. 9
Brothers
I make a ooIl11DD. Florida.Ir. ..
from
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and in addition sixteen delegates Sanford :
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; Advertisements unaccompanied, ,by the l)7 South Market ', '
CASHwillnorneetveattent' .. the State'at large are provided to be chosen BITTERS Scott is now located atTitusvllle.l1eal streeLT 'fi

,, tl"'I for advertiiJMrrats enquire'the .editor making the Convention to consist of Estate Law a speclali'y. jrs and r Il'drllllI.Jicit3 coiuig .
always enclosing three cent
stamp. -
92 delegates. If a majority of the rotes wfflcnre pqjsiaheajtbani, mal*' B. MAGRITDER, them.j'Freioht jSTlH l

Sickness of the editor 'and foreman is cast on tltegnestionshall be against Convention ris,kidney disease,liTer conipliint,' C. .. same to both'titU': S
fiscaKt. :
\ the apology the 'deril', has/to" offer our then no Convention shall beheld and other wasting COUNTY SURVEYOR, STEAMER FROM 8.1 .

[ readers this week for the wherein we fall l ; but if a majority be in favor, then .AND ,NOTARY PUBLIC.Rockledge <'''

| short of what we usually present them. the Convention shall assemble at the Capital THE :rROPICAL'HOUit

!I We, (the deril), ascend to'the editorial t on the first Tuesday of September. BFUWN'SIRON '-' Florida at Riven;FlorU:

[, chair with the editorial quill sticking: The per diem is fixed at $3 for twenty. .. s. JOKES. S. Ryder, Owner & 1'roptlNw'w',

i over our august ear; look very wise as, we days and, mileage. The Constitution I Tyri\oR: '(!!
This: House: a cents lly located tj
I pour"" vF"the' correspondence, and, say framed is'to be submitted for ratification J'
ft We descend 'to the .foreman's ATTORNEYATLAW.Oltusvllle ledge,in the far-famed]Indian RiTerri .
nothing., I or rejection at such time as the Conven
I- place--call loudly for 'more ,cast; of Florida, and posseses all the i adrintt
jsopy, tion may.direct. i BITTERS '- ,- Florida fi
i an: iinperatiTe'glance! at' the 'chair tc e This is the substance of the bill, whichhas r : of Climate, Health and I'leauor, o| :

lti,; have: just ya.cated.and remembering our- been referred to the Committee onConstitutional' 1 .W the M.E.. ENGLISH. newly developed region of South]F" .
enridies the blood sad punfies:
1 selves to who had last filled that ele- Take steamer from Sanford forXL
as j
Amendments.-Tallahassee system; cores weakness, lack of Notary, Public State at Large.
| vatedposition-! nothing. We go. too Florid caeigy,'etc. Try a bottle. ,entrustedto Poinsett,called Eockledge Landing;'*4l,
.. and all business
drawn
Affidavits
miles rldi
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"own p hDs -wel are at home-we ." ,. me promptly attended to. carriage g. Direct < nl1Ml

i "stick"type like the,dfiril, wo$ likeo0 the! eL.G&.UGI- ; STOBZ, Jan. 918S2HaTing e Office at his residence. from the House made with i steamer'

| devil.to make the STAB shine& received a large stock of Groceries Titusville. Florida. Rates, $2.50 per day "

I' to the.ooodusion that we are not so bad I I am prepared to offer goods. at the : BROWN'SIRON Arrangement made by the ilala JUbj!
{ following prices:T T) (;01"IE.Physician. "!.
ask readers be
all and
after
.devil to
our Flour, "Sunny Side," per bbL $8. 0 .
PIONEER COOPERASyrup G
1 kind enough to"give the devil his does.AtLeailig ." Meal and Grits, Hudnu* per bbL &). O
i .'.1. Corn 'white sack 2JJ5 I and Surgeon.
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per Barrels '
$2.25.,
| Okio Editor oa the, Pros Ground Foot per sack; 2.35 $ A

j 'tech of Florida. Oats, 4 bushe sacks,'per sack, 3.50 BITTERS Titusville. >. Florida Gauged to order. tei cents exnai
1I W.D.Biekham in the Dayton Journal.i Wheat, per sack, 2.50
i| Upon reflecting upon what I had hitherto Hay, beSt Western, per 100 pounds 2.25 g F. GRAY. Honey Barrels, and ,Oval l r a.'

seen of Florida;its new birth with, a Buckwheat Soda: per pound, .10 'b the only Iron preparation that Breakers ;'1:;;1Il.. .
.07 does not colorthe teeth,and will notcame Watch Maker and ,Jeweller.ALL .
new people,new Ideas, increased capital, ," headache or constipation,as : -I'
+ Coffee, Rio, .20 From : :. $2.00 ; ; J
new productions, rapidly ,expanding enterprise O. G.Java, Ie' '.35 other.Iron preparations will. WORK W ARR "TED. i
its Work or enters left with 1-. E. Wager or at Tanks :
? wpnderful:navigable, rgsources'mteiIorl Butter, Gilt Edge, ii .50 Poet Office,Titusville or with A. Brady at LaGrange Re ;
) and coastwise, its salubrious Chi .IS will receive prompt attention..Will bin and all kinds of,COOPER: WORK> to ,Disk'
carpet and the immense work of tluDisston best :} Titusville every Monday. ? -
BROWN'SBITTERS T. JOIIA'SO.V, a'rt
and L .l
Onions Potatoes
per peck .50 TWill L
ands f B. R. '
Okeechobee I WILSOS. fi
companies tfJ.aGraub"
Granulated DR. -
Sugar, per pound, .12} : ': FI1J ,
was profoundly impressed that a splendid Goods delivered in the Settlement" '

future for'Florida Is'''dawnintr. She .al Pace's Landing. A. BlUD''. '' IRON continue the practice, of Medicine, I The Florida State Gazetteeef _,? :

? is destined to'be'the most productive and! I Titusville and vicinity, i ari.I" "r.w t .a J. A. GIBSON '.
I I richest; tf not.tiS}.'mos populous, State BUSINESS DIRECTORY I'
Produce'' I Office at J.., M. .Dixon's Drug Store., ,
i, of the South, the poor rian i paradise and Commission Merchant.Jacksonville .? *- .- fe, '
a"taI'I1/. niof; buxiade ,aI'J;. '
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the rich nia .Elyfinm. I venture this : : ,, < |JV ) A : B. HAWtEY, D. I>.,s.I : "
; Ladies and.ah safTerenfrtmnea*. 11- .11 :
in the face th. 'It
prediction .6 tiff theedisconnts f .
),I [Late senior partner of the firm ,of Gibson ; ralgia, hysteria, and kindred complaints :- IIot4or .

leanTnmjnntti'the-- disinclination ,off I all & Rockwell, dissolved'Jan' 1st'' 1833.] ,will find without an equaL I 4 Visiting Dentist \ Merchant, Pjofesteioual$,/ Buiiaes...,4

jijj; 4. Northern people ,t emigrate belqw: the CK it i W : '" ,' Makes frequent trips to' Indian Kiver.LakeWorth.de. and the principal farmers andlaair '

* 1'!' lines ojL their pa
!Ii swamp fn ff.that...,can.never be reclaimedithe Dlen"'.. 0'- 3V .Is) ..'4 P. 0.' Al1d ss. New 'Smyrna 'Florida' .. tations, together A *- ith*- 'a .A/ft
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f of malarial diseases ia .
liability
t reclaimed kSYRUP HIDES *
n 4C. U.N.I1JIAJ SletchofAU Citie* Tt\iM md '
; territory, .and.the possibility of o. \.' +t:I
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oait : impairing the .navigability the lakes Has the largest cash order trade of any Far:aewsp Interesting paper. subscribe,to -* -' And how to reach then and other'.,. :I _',_'

;; by:deep artificial ditches for the duplex Fret hue in fBeturnt- the State. ,1 'f" I THE WEEKLY.FLORIDA, UNION, Justice of the Peace and This tntornwt1ont, a 'j-
important work; ,fill be. iue i
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purpose of. drainage, and navigation. _. made Jay of Sale. I Published erflnr TmcasDAT JjuautnmuJt Notary Public Stnte-at-l u"i'
.f --' norlda. by.1L. B. JlC ..U.Lti1l.. :arge., as soon as the labor of 4
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have not peI'IDiUed.fancy to' run not 5atJonalaurglcal.1D8Utate. '
Phd ,IiI 'E-Bi-L'f) Uj-fOH Office at the Haul-Over. and compiling the facts can he- *eros .'
over fascinations Oue of the ti t I ,
thepH"IIH.r of'
,j a summer Surgeons of this old an pli=fed. To the Lupines commuf-= '**\t
land in winter,embellished ed'' with notable Institute will visit Sanford. Fla.. la a large well printed Journal of.ttdrtp-two' .I01l SOX COCKSIHTT.
i January IS, 1883, stopping'at the Sanford coJumna-ln politics Democratic,and trou l eau T pity this: will be the Most valuable Tx fe
: glittering ogroTes of fruits: and flowers House-' -- and ontspokeu In its advocacy of right and
1, Justice. ;The cream of all the current new of, that haa yet been published a oulf; "
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which chase each other in The Notary Public StateatLargeee : *j
unbroken circles object of this visit Is to' give the the day collected from every portion of the : Florida. Price '
through the' year, but have penetrated afflicted an opportunity for examination world OT telegraph and correspondence.U >'. and $5. to basold by.snltitxip'tion.

| the barren pine lands; run into .the ap-I at less or cases near the their expense homes,of thus a trip easing to Atlan hope much lected care from U also the D&tiy taken,to make C011IIDWt-1. ,Justice. .of the Peace: ., J.

!}f'( patently hopeless sand lots, or, lots o f ta. A careful examination will be made The dnricufturallDepartntent 'Court day, first. Saturday of each month / Rafeefor1d' rtianrg: .' ,1"' ",

I sand;recoiled from almost boundless' morasses and patients can learn If their cases are (Edited by CoL D.REDMOND) LA GRANGE Florida 1 Page with book Ida i Page with book: :
,1 curable or can be beuefitted, and whether Profitable and interacting reading. In fact, ,
: as dismal ,as Dante Inferno;: it will be necessary for them to visit THE U IOX i! Jut the paper to salt oar iSyAgents wanted in every county, '1 t-,

; shaken'with ague,,wrestled with mosquitoes : ,the Institute. M short ends trial of VohuU of six: and month Brerard will Counties folly demon a*a, TheCa, ital IarrtageHel Association., whom. liberal. terms will-be offerei 3'tiIi ,

.and in fancy fled in wild dismay Cues of Deformities and Chronic Dis utrate. Subscription price per year, tOO \", .'
I i eases will be examined.. such as Club Six Months tljto.* Send for sample copy. W. L. PEELER, of Kocldedge CUSHING & ,APPLEYARD
L from the ,hideous, Florida,hog, but the feet Diseases of the Hip : Plibstl-i:

: general average of advantages so immeasurably Joints,Paralysis. Piles Fistula, Spine,Catarrh and, THE DAILY I ,UNION, Agent for South "lO lda. #..O. Box 1042.] Jacksonville, F1a.-.I 1

-- exceeds the objectionable features Female and Private Diseases,' and Diseases b the aame tits as the weekly containing the October 19 ,
of the Eye. Ear mil associated 25 8m ARRIVALS ft; DEPARTURES OP MAIL8. '
press dispatches ,
etc. news from
of Florida that if all ::
futures home
i a in, the D-Come quarter by mall,crisp JocdU.8tate-news, ,
the and From
early,
as visit is limited Enterprise to Titusville.
South,1f'u a choice I should have to make to the time carefully selected muccllaneoos matter. Is. 81' Cut&-.ABJUX'. R. L. SC-1'V1. Leave Enterprise 111"M
stated. For circulars, and soeit each morning (Sunday exoepted) from State AttorneyCounty Judge of 7rlilayat3a.m.':: Monday. Wednesday- ai... .
I would greatly :prefer Florida to any full particulars, address Haxletlnes Block.Cor.Bay and Laura Streets Seventh JDdk:1a1(;J.rcult. Orange county, Arrive at Tltnavllle Monday WeUnesday- .

State in the* .great cotton ,belt- Dec NATIONALSL'EGiCALLNSTITCTE:!S. 3t 'Jackaonrille.8 months $5.00.norlda.a months Price'xVw per 1 month year 1110 tl.00," SI (Mr Abrams& Summery and Leave Friday Titusville at 9 p. m. 'j,:1i ;
L Atlanta Tuesday .rffil-
? G Send Thursday
: :
; remittance .
by Post Onlce
and I order .
D have been in call out the Carolinas.It letter to or rtKIstered Saturday at 3a.m. .

cann."'hardly be questioned that the ., II. B.HcCALLUM Pnbllaher. ATTOEXETS- & COt"NSELLOnsAT LAW., Arrive Saturday at ,Enterprise, Tuesday TharsdNand ; .1..1, y.
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P. WILKINSON Jacksonville,Fla. atftpun. ? ;
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ft CO May pall tf 1 ORLANDO, FLA.Win .
best lands of Florida n ., .
already developed, IrITe careful attention From Daytona to Titoaville. :', ; .
and to be redeemed by,drainage, will,produce j DEALERS Df ODE BABYMERCHANTS' and will practice la the several to conrta collections of this day Leave at 8 Daytona, Tuesday Thursday and.Satai-:. m.' .:.:
District and in the Supreme p m. '"f. ?\"'
Court
three fold more than thoee. of_ ordin-- GENERALMERCHANDISE./ haasee and U. 8- court at JacksonTUle.at TAW Arrive at Titusmie Thursday Saturday tall.(1Il:11',

ary'northern' farm land; or Louiiaaia sugar ., LINE, Monday Leave at Titusville 10a.m. Thurfclay. Saturday. sad Jw.ftj'::

bind,; with, less labor and expense. Btxtledgt : : .- :* : Florida. DOUBLE LA GRANGE STORE Monday at 2 p.m. .__ AI : :

They will produce about everything cultivated DAILY. Always on band a general assortment of :Monday Arrive at at 8 Daytona Lm. Wednesday- Saturday* and''*"rit I

in the Prompt attention to all business entrusted Carrying! the 'U.-S. Mall. .
temperate
DIe excepting GOODS. From Titusville to Eau Gallia .",

; wheat; and communication -with our j to them. I Elegant ,Sid -wheel 'Steamers.. -STRICTLY- c Leave Titnsvllle Tuesday and Friday, atv
: bread CASH. aArrive
regions is so cheap that flour is only i at Eau Gallie, Taeaday andFrUlay
I a trifle more expensive in Jacksonville February lit lye 40. I REGULAR MAIL. A. Brady. at Leave a p.m.Eau .
G&nie;
Wednesday Saturday
and
than ,in Dayton. The best reclaimed The Lund House GEO.M.BIRD,apt.G.J.Mercler. iH. January 1st 1883 1 yr 36 at8am.Arrive ;'I
4 TltuaTDie Wedueday and Sator*
lands will naturally be appropriated to .B PLA5T.Capt f.W.Fltxgerald.AKITA .. day at 7 p.m; ,

sugar culture;afterwards long fibre cotton 6 ,Capt.C.'IL Brock.'. 0. L. KEENE >

'(sea island), 'the'Ta'M t for Corner Main Street & Washington' Ave: One of the abore-named steamers wlu leave Millinery .Fancy Mew. lafornatiQ.1 of Florida. 3
De Bary wharf foot of Dress
Laura Goods
; starch, tapioca, glucose,and to feedstock; Tltasvllle, : Florida. cent Sondayjit for PALAXKA street dally, SAXItJRD. ex. Iftl: pages new matter onto map for 1SS2. *s!*?\

sweet potatoes, arrow root, jute; oranges -4-- amllnm-. ENCTKFKfsE. and all intermediate, Notions, Laces 'Worsteds, &a ftnelfneofKI'D Send six cents to!t.C.LTallatlassee" '

lemons, !pine-apples, in fact everything Pleasant Location, Good Table.i ROSA .J.I-Amaaeso.rREDEBicL .. I GLOVES.,. or C2 Drew,JactgohvUle. Flal .'. .

useful and dnamental that men may' de A cosy home for the DB BAST.Capt,Leo. TogeLTOXAKA. 67 West Bay St.,Cor.Laura n'r.W.fl

sire to grow, or that is likely: to prove .Captain J.Mattheaon.. JACKSONVILLE ':. :' Florida.

i profitable., SPOBTSIAfl INVALID MD roD.I One' of .the above-named steunen will T :
leave
DeBary wharf toot of E.H tt
Laura
street,
FloridaMantifacture.AMAZON .
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;J.StA.H.R.R. "I I ilallTexeeptBatardsy.mtldOp., : m, ana from .011
Railway ::
wharf
i tta 1, The ecIKxg1er Cocheco arrived pester ( I9SaiH>oats in attenJance, Palatka.: Sanford.' Enterprise, at and a all p.nu interme tor- ," '- eo r'Jw.ti.tft -

day at the wharf of the St. Augustine A. Deisner, Proprietor. I dUtelaadlnffiu Connect at Palatka with. norlda PAINT WORKS, e ,
SoBtnem
Railroad, laadtt with 800 tonsof"hiIr. NOTICE Railroad Connect GalnesTllle. and Ocala w. ; J.BEBIVF& 'co.. I I ,.... JW..... _
OF
road inn and three freight cars for the FINAL PROOF.' EMU Railroad.A8t.oni1t2J.8t..Jobu. and Lake ."

,r. completion'of the road. Besides this, she Land Office Gainesville, Fla.\ burg and all points fort on ort the Masoa.Upper Talate.OcIawabl.I Lees-. manufacturers of the ..v.n.e Itraa..r_;:....at1atfee :,

had on Maid !Oct kegs of spikes : : Dec '22, 1882./ i Connects.Tolosla 'with*.OOaCDee'fo Or l'WIOK. ''' C'
twenty mond and
NOTICE is hereby given that the fob Daytona., BEJUJT-BIffl = .
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six kegs:,of bolts326 bundles of splice. lowlegntmedseuler has filed, notice ot road Connects for Sanford wtthSoothnorlda Rai.. fAHIS,. ....... ... ...
bars 'and ''other materials for the road. his Intention to make: final proof In tup- Altemoate.rOilaodo Lonfwood Maltland, KUsiimnee., Apopka: City, in all. shades and'v ready for' "' J .. ......... ., ,.. h) 1
port of his claim and that said stud1 with by mail b .. ,
She is' now discharging her cargo.. The be made before T. W..'Faulkner proof will ledgetaLateJerap,8utwq vl Bfff B> ; Immediate o6lalned is....naeiell clerk Oe ..
schooner Lbxie B.Moore ConnMts 4 I 17 .e. 00 1'riyio ucAw, which ban
daily drcnlt '
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court
expected, at Miami FJa..Tuesday, enterprise with 'eoaehes tor rho largess dreviation n
: has 500) ) tons- of iron, and other material, July 20th 1883 for the Ss of S'W |' of Daytona'Betnninff and Mali New stesaers Smyrna; and'leave Titusville.' and'- 'grinders of nw.. effeeklad,and i.pebtimhdin U'a at tftuaoyal 1M- u.' !
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Section 15 enterprise .. '
fcoKteati'ot and lot 2 of Sec 22, Township every morn me at 7 ad 'f
proportion. The these,two M Sooth, Bange 41 East. and t...m:. making: close eaamrdat sea. nv, Pure: --etKeooAaraotlooR1! ;--1
r ,schooners will add: He !I.,F.&ad W. eonneetlons with White Lead 2IdalUP and __
dghteea ,additiopalmiles names the following witnesses to last and West.jSjrTarooca BaUway.' for all ,points North newe
to the road prove his continuous residence SaP1lb ,YaUMDaysar. ;?
making'twenty-two. in upon : 4 Colon
t all-Vi coltJvation of said land, viz: AndreandBarr w Tbesteamersof bins of ladmf ton to au pouts. la Oil.} -10..1. sr dsYc *. '-....
M. A.; C. this l as lire an flat 1 ?
Richards;John Addison and in class, odu
'Chard every rssneec. Oflceaa tI ; .
'chsu. i M.st"": .. F.Sfebolt 3CamI, Ii+"la.A. ...' 1i 'r lOriVther 1DtonaaUoa DIllY, ct.rr, f&vtiKSnat&Sfut : .
at\Gene ..
TIcket '".
Office.
BAKKES eorDer Bar an4 Lawn tNe. w
= --.c.. ._ 36w5 U.L.S. : 8tyee No 26 .. .
W.L Ocean
.t' Register .
Land Office. t.!l&uler. street, 'f
". C.B. Fl3WICX,GeD.Faammee.AAgeeent. JACKSONVILLE, Ad 1 ..lftmn. 't.C .piabU.h nfS i_
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CASH :JCASff: CASH }pSTBAJSTDER'SSTEAMERS' '.ROdK, ; ; Po1NT'HOUSE< WALTON. )VaAKN; t.00.. ., ,

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r, ,,1 \'RWEEtFLORrDA f'l PLOW BRAKB.
I 1 : Frlends
TDIA
Old rdllY ". .
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.ER.tE. 1 :file Fast 'Light-Draft Steef'l !1 \
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AT.THE. a -. .q'y Steamer '. *
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4. ; ,!' ', 4 to* give*.it a sharfi t\ t iq 'patronage. -
."CINDERELLA! l "in\\i.fSt'-al."pe ', rr.Ertl:EXPRESSLY for the use of tho Irnitf and 'vegetable growers of

HEADQ AttT 1t3 Mrs.r ; Florida It will produce a heavy,,but sound and< healthy growth on growing:: 'tree. .,
Haring ample and'splendid accommo- I and will supply bearing trees with ,the fooc1l1f.l ('<1 for heavy crops of fruit '.- A..
...:<.: dations for Pa.-engen and .Freight, and IT WILL GIVE nursery stock and vegetables a luxuriant growth, alien iu. the

< STORE arranged expressly for the Mai Service latter tends to give good size and quality and early maturity.: 't. fIT'IS
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of thigbeau -
and A'avIgaUon : : y
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'STEAMER..MARION! '
.> tiful River, will commence making 'her ; .' -M. SPECULL YRECpWWSDED FOR.PLtiE.IFPJJ',..
TITUSriLLE; \ -. .' FLORIDA. regular tripe onoraKantfnbn thefrtt to the Running In'couiJc'ctlon with the De1'aryIiljS.! .

'. J d; t. ; "- 4 \ .'.... fifteenth. December,.1882,between t,, Tvm, Tripe, lie WALTON: WHANX: '&, ;CO..,: ",;/; .', ;: !

'" ,.;" -, ',' ; y Titusville'arid Lake Worth! Leaving Sanlord for JfrMktedgt Mondays Wilmington, Del. --.
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'7 Ii. -) ', ,. 0.\ .. :iiJt.t f: ',' (Touching at all fntcrinedistc Landings), -A1 \1rs'lan.. \,, s-, As.t Captain.McLean oldie sloop ".AJ7zd' fn briny yoga.wk ffthek t. '' **
the : .
each and every''allerynle ,day of : % i i" & -i!f .* **'! .
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on <'"
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1 J Ui ;f ;...;,1 ," .t 4 : ,reek. leaving no l 1"l1D l alb 1. :rs. rl .1 I ,
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: ; "1,..: '-1. f...... ;,." '."r ,:' ''-o -- 'a'. ..4 Y 1 IH order to avoid fibs,DpolntmciU to shippers, PLOW BRAND '

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.1 J I < ,CINDERELLA. b probaUy the ''''-

The Oldest and*.*Most.* Reliable."- -- Place. of* iiHtet perfet'tly t.afJor.t. vShe has All freight mutt be 4fJfc4t] ] (Wilkinson's .JNO. ANDERSON, of Ormond.Ageiit for East. 'antl. South Fr6ri'da., ** I!

.,j. ", j H *" t>. f ,n j i three teparate'and: dtfinct Hulls, each amfectvralc.rtght wharf) J/unI" 8 (fur) Frap. ,'

,. BL.SLNES S ; ,ciaupartmtnlin}t.* Ir. Jop '''II.' SOIA pt..$1T i't \\\lkln. '

.... .J . Shc'hhsnl4)all the' modem appliancesand son & Co., .\<&fttt.Vcftlsft: UJo I ..0I A 8 Mr.:VeceUble.3b leU Fa&a... newer toanwk..n.>.ply.4m. .. .In IV 01
improvements of rtcanx engineering: : a ., 'iutea.o.need mot wtiM for lt.AU real lent from mr
: e 0 'T.. sut>littuDeatwan at itobekiickfe..kudinit.iiMn. iso
: onJlndiajT'River\ ,." Dealing, .'in' ; : ,. '&c_, &c. :/- J;.' M., Dixbn, ,;: y order W ftaow that should My coUtctioa m-" Kh ett
d O. : t I '. ; .STEAMER D Ub: IESS TITUSV1LLE. :*" ': *" FLOkff.Dealer : and.rlataal1.e.Chi musteatcasretobeWandfaanymcdaacspgue. large put..of it t.of of Early ay ow.OKI'."..*oirl.4.I. and Bark .s aweer

ALOG Pare...) +lehe.d Eadi(y eM III-aawa.hYrrbl.YesdC.b.
ni11'inake'lteeular in- *ra :
:'Nearlr completed; .
Qeneral Merchandise: { ''''':Phtaaer'.Yeb.
. j, ,. Connection with the CINDERELLL'A, ( i ,.nd.11:0..o ,
Drugs, NedicinesApejc J s, i. C*of tile public la the gudcn: tna o. the um* of
'* ... '. those.bo plant my iec-1 will be fouml my best tdvcruietget.
c :t 3 : IJet\feell. Fancy 'aiiU 1 oilct Artidteyi ._ J y James".H.Gregory, ;iubtch *d.Mm.
..None -jwjt jtrictly 'frst-fhtf Ith-, are <
and : t
Titusvillc Smyrna.Further ; DDs
erfmery Dye-slM'
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'. ,f' ,' t .JiDd! T.wiaary'';' + .'C1.''.'
: mrticuhir; in future advcrti-c-: Varnishes bntihe" ? .. 1/1 &h ""IUI T &aa&DOG of '"
.t &lnio\t\verythiijg
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'1lought'and sold'tt thh'5thf1(1. ; MAKE HENS': LAY Sufi ;a t.'uwd/n ;;t lie .relworU\
..;.i" '. .", ;;: ...''4 .I ',. ment.. ,kept by a tiret- .'> sDro&House. ..trMh.. ba laY'thA'd: lQ"+ CoUdliloQ ..

.. ..I vit.vif,.<," ">n.:svr ... 1 1:0... :- .1 V Any drug, medicine. or InEtriiiuent'nce&'fl nuble. Sothlne on earth will make bens,,, like Sheridan'Condition are Power ;JJuw.1'ud t.a.pqo.tail.lIUMftsel'P -
uniIcrigntJr.ires it to 11C. diY 4iv: cnstoiuere "J plnUood. Sold".rerywbere, or snit by wall fur 8 l ttef-.tamps. L 8.Joussos i,'0..BoaroaYas+.'
tS-The
f, "- s '*, .1. and jhanfl ,4 I' ,::
b otll rcd
.; HKl that this line is hint' not on '''hI. \ "
underst
.. tinctly GF 'ER1L \IElCn.\> .,
... ; 1 It-1 J-3P"l're.erIptIons carefully: compounded ISE.'T C'T.f\.t.h. _:;
(It, for,a (lay, lmtr for nil time to ('UT '_ _ _
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,it .,, I '" u. that'it H put upon this:-R ute and River night or dajvwith accuracy and dispatch ; -J..O TJf11l., r

,.....> .' 't,.. ".. :lsa penaar-ancy, Jfuuiuier,,:uidt Winter: ; by...couiiMitCJiC persons.,,, ly3G ,f. L. J. CAELILE.. U. S. Land OfllceJ GtfeiesvlUe-; .. .

-' Remember A Dollar- will buy 'exactly and be n" ectfully :uki the countenanceandencourazmentof T' -l i WINE AND SAMPLE ROOMS S.. \uyember 2qJ&+} '.
the people ..tn.I'U. .
i i W. B. MOORE, COMillxiNT having been entered at.,thi*J
taro him in hi* enterprise and venture:, ft.-, .\THE i Office by Elijah. Gray against Jfl II. *

",-ar." L '$LOO worth.: '. i'mnrisirg on his part to an ht power to make it mutuallyadvan- LUND PACKING, HOUSE. Entry 2 o. 3210.: dated )lay 7.'1871, .ilpon
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t ": t tageous to sill parties citncvrnol. < 'AX1' DEALEllV 11\f the lots 9,(ita; tectiou 2$, 'Township:

'Estahltlhedf lii IS-, OSTRAXDEK.., .1 t' .? > e. : t. I"J, Titu.ville, Florida.PIIISTGLASS n 8. IJange. 39 E., in L nrc\u'c.l.COWlty .
'22tf W. .,. I..
nlth'a'vieti' tai "
.rf > t .. Florida (111) .Ciilc! J1atlon
Address orders . .. Groceries ac; BAli of said entry; the hill parties site hereby
to a J Cii. Only .
iOCts Only! 50 CIs, Onlj! 50 ( summoned to appear it this oboe oiu} the 4
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i ? pt I. y I Choice aa Giars. 17th 1SS3 '
. : Ujiors;Jm day January ate,11\( Xclock
The Headquarters ."Store, "'Elegant} Pew'and, Pocket.'Bible: ; a.' ,u.. to mpond and fanuslu teUmony ',
Fa T l1Stippliei. tf Beer '' C tSPORTSMEN'S sniff alleged Abandonment.'OTIJU. '
concerning
.1 always on draught! <<
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Ceuta
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f 'Titu-villt l'la i ?
; :tt3' dottxrl Rutri'ltecei, er.'
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"Op" nedlfor the Seasbh H .. .. Tttusville,) -f-j :1", At,. ;;Florida. 'EMPORIUM I I ?. >vorar;

Xl'i ., ** r;.' '..* rT-fl il 'i. 'Vi* : for the.)Uoyt('). y rl fU!' rJt con- November Int _tskr.: _. tf_ .',-I';'. :IL,-. 1,R.: ''C. SCRIMGEOUR, I' ,)J;. 3.-Lund Oflfo:14k feaj'uesvilta Fla, }' '*:
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tST'A.jnan jvlw w lntertatcdiu JuL> own ; II :\-4 dven er.n8Sj"
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; t f < f taini i tlitlio6rd'': 'Tlt.ui1eiIt ONE-MAN'S CASH AS GOOD AS Taxitaist :aai Uatoallst.liuoliiuoimteil.witU. 'I(_>t'H v 'Co3inmTnavlngblnlehtered'a't'thfH> (
awl >cw7 i s
vrdyEaro willl>e plaaed too ii w that ', '. .
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Office : ( ;11/ti
'ANOTHER'S AT' J1IrJ... .t :..uaie n. poet i tJyrEHjah'L' ;tf'y ngiSiisI Chfti
I ANDREW GIBSON "CI f.- 'tlic.ii rnal 'tctitguc'.J :' for_.tnatomr.EverTtMnr Ilovnan rMbaodoDiiift"'JiIsft'liiXiaaead : (

};lie fin ;; tulfur j u'li -j' .'i. J !'I tU.DDE.Ht--: : : .T.ES'. r appertaining'' to' shfnitiifand ;; Entry No. 5211. dated May 7.IST Aipyu ,
I Keei; ; t'qyatcrs .in tubing to be'round'at establish* the lot 11
., my Section 2G. Jots:: 1 & 2 SectionJJauge
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.tt.J .t'V* I >> "n. 4 4 '* with all the former trautlatiomdiligent Southern. ,
',., iaTltu!,.ti:lUhr, t 11" ; sAN Music House' mciit and :n rei.iaopal4erates.: ,, 33 and lDt 1 Seetlout SG "lfo\ri1lhtlw"31' S) .
ie mill revis-ed. :.Only'ITonse iri Auieriea Selling'Pianos Also dealer, ijitbe Celebrated.IJon 39 Ei iqitreyanl eoonty.- fJoridll..1
!) SERVED IS feTTLE JO8CIT TATKOXS.JU "ly comiuired .- .. brand of Asbestos paint In all :colors with aview to th cncellttLni.of.saia h.j
.; >._i_o->: 't- ,- --, IJ1UlI"ut.'lr. ready for ne* The bet'ahd 'cheapest l'ntry";the gtlkiltrtles arc 'hi'i r'ti\. .' uui.11I011f .
: It has a U-autiful cluth cover, introduced for House Boat ; app st r Plain and Fancy Cake nude 'Ito order; orcmeit h paint ever or .u
> : t. r: ,, use. Oil Stoves In great variety, suitable' day of J.\DU3Ij-'lSS3.' at 3 o ebony f Jnii;tb. t\
15rker' 'reaaloli'ci./BM/IIIt1! .' ll'ttrfl'tl.in.M. .. on side and :tl.-ci for.fauijly.orjboui.use., respond and fnruUU t'*tiuojiy3 z'I l-sarfyfj t "
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A U > ; r* < ill said _

.11'o. a .first..tcJ asj'r.r .chop-. -- .: tti.. .h i1.. OIL back, red eduv? and printed in clear I 1 LINSEED. OIL WAUliAXTED TU11E. ;32t5 allegedibautlojluyyut'JOii! ; :,F.. Iorftms,1'ecefvcr_ : ..._:_: _. '

i000. BOXES'Florida tyjic, containing altogether one thou+1UJ. 5 3 U r Fran's CCI2 l ratcd Astral' Oil always' t in I I r .yQTlfE"'II 4..t.e-_ .tt.4J'f

( Oranges: .. : -. .. : :; : J I'V STOCK : THE tN1)kUSIGU: ? u will sell uf public l

11i1I be given'awav in. Premiums! .to subscribers one. ,hundred .iuidrtthirjy, four :l'J' **- '' ware auction,at tli/door'of tbe'C'uim UOII t'.
!'ably" from thehouse l
*" T J Triple plated : at Titnsville. In1 Bre ird1'count' abtl'
: For particular lda>s Bibles Jlllll'tt'r'3rl"sold "for twice and 1 of Holmes, Uoyth &.lIart.1: l1.. ,State of>Florida i ; 'tho following-mil ice'' .J
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ITg> 1I1LL5IiL\G: <;0.", Organs; liinterns, Uazors,'Combs, Nlclf., Xacksin trite. to-wit r The.S: i of J* W 4 bC c'iroll .

Tavaresj. grange Co., I Florida! .. even three tim the ifioney we a k for 1 On thVOnc, Price Mystcui.Oiia endless variety; 17. Township 21 i>. L'suige: 33 E.. ou th > ',

.. i.M. -1 'CI :.rs, Tobaccos Pipes. 3th day of February, ISSit: at. /o'clucl;
'' this little ., Uniform Price toAll Aril That The In thf forenoon. T.XCoCKSilcrr/. : '*
YOU THERE! gem. ,. I and all smokers: article.' December 7; .6",r .43.! -

1i "A h"d'lIZCJijf jur'Snrlday-Sclarda- Lowest KhoRli.: Layer'Beer Scotch & Eii lisp,Ales : ."
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There yuu'goi'ng? ;J
arc NOTICE ..
.. cri and tchulars and eurc to br '. I
i yte prEraa !system and
Tlje usual of selling Pianos
1
hirer Itace I ,, Sole agent for -celebrated ParkfnsonOrangelVIne. StXmonths afttr late 1111 present to
I allJ grIIJ.to.Jl.daJJ to, a.gwdtill I
is for the dealer
to
Organs 'any
charge When caunbt find
+gclbt you his Honor J. AlMcCroryt"Judge of tE>>
with CARLIN and hi.'conliaodlous.1'QRWOOD'S' J price be pan get for them.without rtgnnl what you waut jn the oilier stol &,iu '.Titusville county couit of r.revard Fla. my' **
"The wilder ii, JITW w/wajtltlnj ktwlVlfl either .fair the. customers' I county.
to a profit or just give 1:. C. S. a call and, you final accounts and vouchers 8s:1Etpdntor.WU1iaUl .
SL00P "ELBA.. _Obcmr.- Interl t. But we arc proud to pay, that \\ill be sure to get suited. '
". 1 can be ffU phi to chtiip" tbi; has'ncvc'r been our method of selling. .of the Estate 9CC",;; ( ,' late of Isaid

:I 1 If you want a Bihlenytr is the time tosend For the bencllt "purchasers' nnc.1"t TIII TQAD1,1( SLOOl conllt-.tI ef'asci1.l'alskJo.f tnjinal*" *
discharge such Execnfor.
as
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j f secure them the full value of their money I
for)it. One copy.ofthe:< "grcatoU>fall &FGRAt'KkeeatorV "
"AGNES"
at the outset business .
\\v established .of. our:, ISS '
July 26th L, 13'Cm
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Fast: Hack Line i;
: book sent po.-tiiaid .to. any address ,.twelve years since i .. C A P TA /..\; Mf L ;:..I A', :

-+- .. '. oU"'l"Cf'ipt' oO cvnts O ly.< AddreK c, The One.l'rlceSjatei n. Has resumed her, trip;on" the Indian '. 3IISCE1Iu7Nw0u ; 'i .;y' ,' :
,4 .. .. : x and to this we attribute our immense and{ River. -

The Cheapest, .., .. .I and" Most, Direct-' '- ':'. ,. '"U 1 'ITmr1T&. '" -..ITnLISIIDiG" "C'' :", prosperous basis; renders trade.it imperative Selling'on hlttbe this square pricebe sm: CAnn1F3'i FULL SCTTLT OFGroceries HOPAtEHT,;KO'tMY.' /.
North iutStreet
ROUTE 4 J the that Provisions 'Ort1' s Obtatnci for Mecbanical de'Tit't'tf -.
1 very Iqwc;;t one can be given PATENTS 11;
Compound
ToTltuKiillcaiid<< Indian River.CARRYING : 22 ly f,, ,PJii1 lelphia,:PA. We are pledged to this. We always have= 1 te Shoes Hats and .JabeLi. Allptuuttnstt' w1aaUoI\31 Deem
done it, and will always will do.It's < t aJ to pntA.-ntntlnt}' 'Or InTnt1obS. 1Wl' Oar
THE U. 8. MAIL. *, creed and other ''bui.l",r9ob \ i1J.tfteat4Ntrf>eeltstue7''i
Valuable our << our practice.-No piano
., JPrdpeftvt- *t"For and organ house deals on this princi- CLOTHiNG( AND NOTIONS.' en"I''wber.1Jr"Solicitor ofPatenr'-WaahtagtalI.O.: >J- LpC13IUGGEJ; : ', tCO; ;L

i Sale I .. For Canh'Oiilj-. '
THREE :trips''weekly between the ST.'Jollies .' llour ? g "/ W' *J'- *"* A *** ""* *"*
Thirty acres.of land in the, City Point prices in plain figures are, placed } S. R .it'i R :;:
,
and Ixoiik Rfrrns. : on every instrument A child.can buy slow 1 The Captain thanks the public for their pa- +let
,Ij.unntnck. iicw: ,bgalvaizciiWire heretofore bestowed and to
Splendid tronnjw hopes receive
:
1 ,
Leaves nterj>'rls "E\"inr'3ioridaisll'cdnesday as the sharpest' 'trader1. AH other a share of their dvor*In the tntlU'e.c 48* 1 I., t.J till BOC1 I.XUGi44t
Fence.around: twelve, at res.! .:Five: houses have klligu prices andi give.,dis :- --, Ilas justecelvclj att3; eO\lt\-IJu\ Jt9f P.1 J );
and Friday MorningZ. afrlvliigjat. :' ; Huudredyounp audjiealthy Orange; trees counts.*.' :, 'DltY GOODS.: in stock'a fun,and Complete,. Stock oiGtrft-.' "
"timeaIn '/-.i'* a "jiMlrt B AcencsBoofsASnocs
I Titusville the SAME.day. Tlic "One Prlce"lystem saves r t
; Forty bearing. .trceso.. Beautiful! P.iv&Front. ItAt1 |
trading and is the only satisfactory wayto tUrclrnurse
', V- NEW great variety ant! : ,!
ReturningLeaves Six > aud l GOADS Cenera1
aixauulln
\ rpt as? 9can. buyer and seller; for on the high price '' *?*
viHe'EvEcr-Tuesday Thursday l as there is iu the ttaUv Adjoining and discount'system,*,even though the 'Lof'Prices qf every description;: Ask for'twliatever: d3

and Saturday morning :arriving at the land of tho..H n.,. Wm.: H. Sharpe. customer.buys, beis' not sure: tUaf, he }ua )Just v you ma'y-waritt'OnVp'rice'toallf; can e4.Goods ( .
bottom received a new lot of Dry Gooc.1iwhich 'v
.. prices.Advice of every descriptfoh seclalj *: ,
Enterprise iu the evening.-Address Heroi3agoodopporttt+ ty Jorwany one I am. offering cheaper,than any "
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to and Or .
W' S.-N Ot ( ,' I jlcgmng to make a., good Juxvcwtment,, as piano Buyers. other ITonseTin this-vicinity. comprising1partly a '" .. 'iL.\
..J911'7'. Buy quick 'WbylBecanae an advance per-ri: Tt'U. "B.E' f'
\tat Shirting Cheviots at 12Jct .
.u .. ,
ce.wustbe'sold.-.. Titles, perfect.intenilingio .. .f. .
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'J .Tu Ol1t1JLaJJ0R1)liiA4! >P in price is almost certain. Pianos and organs Brown & BleachedMiulins S", u20U '- '
I ; purchase.'cu make are on a b o'DiTb "demand ,exceeds e\1'Y Kcn qctqJC'.1I:1a:, *" illbgfamLheato! oncronsiioriuotjc,r .
'
qr J:.1,: 'nl"J ORAu for factories ,artebehintl Pillow Casing. 1G"". k-. I at $18.00 per thouiap4: aLUMBE
1 ,orders; peajow jwlUxictsh .in Umbrellas. 33" 'each. ;
if. 4''';';"; <:;k.'J, I'b' f 1 W:, For termRtan.J.further' hand eanuothetinstruntents'. as 'fast A4 L,Come See and Convince. Yourselves. JHJ: : .G' ';
',, ':II }? I Pl lars pddf astA; P. Pechara (QnJt- wanted -Prlces of material ana fdbor'arpadvancing t oat ueh is the C se. 41 m6. s s J. y

Hardware. ; a. or R.C.'Perhm City Point Fli : The present lore prke8.oCP= : ..., "'lLt"1 L!sys .haatd.t' it lb.C '
-f T.,"'"', ". '-) 11i. .. and Organs cannot continue and will VMrs.E. MendeL: .
: .. cr with Peter of'sailing anoa ._ : MAGRUDER & ct." .
<'T' "-., '-1!-.''':',_.r ... u .,.. ; Captain Fright not again rule in the next ten year....Those u I '. '. ',
sloop-' 3111" who will who buy now will ;j
,save Large
money.
GezleratltPl, '. .. oduc_ T i parties to.see the property.TlijY : contracts just made' wItS Mahnfacturers 'B.': ,C:, )WILL. RD"t. .'LH 1\1 .B'E'R .'81 ''' 4 .
---n n"Y will enable us to "
guarantee present'prlcesIIcti1.Januaf :
Will funli9hcf( to Srder lm sbartbbttce "
,. .1 v,i {1.Y1Jr.lixt hsT} itr i ) J.s8$2.. ,Aterittat. ..TVO DIUI.EBIN' ry' '
,,,'IIE ANrttJl11rr' 'Ii' STEEDS' can protnfeesnolhiug.- De1:1JJare Uaagir- 4 l..l .,.. lIai $l!.Ol) per ,tti6s 'nd:* Dreled"lflm;,, 0. ;
.
,
-- fu Magnlffceu't 'stock-'cow hand. g eneral her from 82CMX) e3.f.oo thoo atul! '
.. t..1"6+-'. \ !W'i .on : I, t 1 J' r'J tp pet : t
Melbourne ;'r.'tt l da.iovernberlotli -it" J ZEL ERS Aertf*, : .
''. ,; Seven Grand Over WO difle' -::
** *,Fh'"f 47: t'0oetH '.:Vl'ill to order'bi 'steamer styles now in our wareroomi.Pianos. :: :Elep I stir; rta-:, t ,',7o ; 1:1'LUiMER. ft. .SHINGL.ES' ,
hip Oysters
e, ;$ ) ., j. } Ie&D1U11rga; $s0.. .. on.Mad.r ,
always !
:
to all points on the Indian and St John'sJWfen Easiest :: 'J i Merchandise .. t.
1ustalt' cut; Terms<.S ut on trial. ,;. ... .
> *' y.r '* v oJc
t el td, r t 1 r.. in shell or.gallon.' vt Every House Inducement can toffer.-Ootopetitlort that any responsible with'the ...* .,-H .. ,,, ,\hti, : .'f.-n; ; FISHED. .

t7 ietalieoe. "8eit raCT 'jy&be but bedded Oysters in. ..large. ,.or world. D n'C faD td send for" our Oata- fa irsll prderl PiAwpllyfilletL.". ., ., -' : JiV\1'1 t't.t. ,

-' ,. ..,.m' 1l rders. "f \ : ? lcgues aayl J..V..Prig JJaU';# iZ r4addreNtuleI&BI1tW' Y4..Point .. "'" ."..17'7 _. Ftofkbz t 1 1FO'R'. E.. ; .... .:' ,
." 3'r f, _-'nsYtt f" .kt t : Wih also ship Turtle"to order.' : :
tt' : ..... .". ,.. ... YUataYlY'l' .;.a.l : nIIU"b\.L" 'ii ,.r 4otAr.I, :: ttb40 ... A''uAblec ttagelwwie ,agdt: 'ifY : ;

FARMERS. ani FABJK 'db ;l: for.. .further.particuhus: address t'. ;SA.VM.iAH (ht. .. : T.tiuavllle! ,agoiietllee': .."P t A.
II IITC atot4 >:ao <*, ,... AGENTS Wanted WiiJ.t,JV1pih? I <* .
CAN In IV C.FKEMCVTH. : "r. J. ZellerM, The Great WhoJttalt_. Piano&'Organ Depot vorkaof ckanctcr: (mt ; i and general repairing shop at .T tWl ilte. >
During the Fall and 1 Inter For purticolftra, tf 26 St. Lucie Fla., of the South : .' low ta Price a mUasfiumt- .! ... *tnir****. !Iffcmltms.t. Enquire at the STAB of5ce. 2tf *
address McCUKDYA CO.FhlladelpnlaPa.. '. ..; -- - f -r. NubnU*.Tea*. j .
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,r "i! .' -' ;, tack and eo gmt .wa.a the''demand manual 'labor. 'The The Beautiful b hS
'l ibiit i Gies ..t.ikDta.J I I brick made by .
lrick. .:
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.. rumentotserv of P"Iyr : -
that. &H- !' .,,' 2 finishing and ornamentation; .", '}
'S... log-the pi Ai wbTcb wooTi afCrue D1 which .0 much II done, Is, 01'course, ,,
1B_'eo.pdiidrDfi- irsir while xt_of,a VSSf !! 4"1 tatidul. monopoly of thorn, undertook to eup- teoompli.heJ in larger place where The best sketch of q

walking about, netting them to aloud : ..":g.ti aidut iiiu ply the public,at,a reduced price, thus experienced workmen' are employ eel. was in all the bloomol,|_.
'_.voice. One day, while:.thus '''' preftDtI" aI1l1nanthorf'ad persons. Trouble i. often occasioned by the I s given by \he vii '

:..'...I.at..plqof.'n ; would rem ao'utterly aheurd andioaljed from'II n ..,.:' IS"' J" 1D+,:,:;:1 1T' ufactu : irregularity In the .!.* cf B..t rn ney, who.'adml, it... '

the 'I'D1D" 'mbIs cf1N'j for.,to !! i'a 7Bproalc '.. The ewVleee i 't I e 'ad c t brick brick, while those of Baltimore, Pfalladilphla moat dramatic scene.'a4

attactid .and notably "rtay-ln-the- m."gu In E >aDd tha& they used In variably are scarcely apprecl.atlll88"e *
.*. ytT* and New Jeney,are .
by 11&Pit' -;they to k' bimtebeaaadaan tMOse"M a common reft brick of masquerading it greatly to proved by, thecomplaint of the same tf.?. Details In toe to be. Else WIllI)

j about to throw' himself -; that It la very, likely of Ialah, ththe people built altar often delayed Lady Spencer, then 11
of building are
I' plana
Into the .... bto return
On that the definition "a kind of fictlttom ofbriek'tostesvl of.unhewn stone; a. until It to known what kind of trick during the season.
boane'from 'e ch walka, be woaJdwiBii' atone .made.of a iatty earth 'Biinsnsujed "1 recently followed '
fiat I th Undirected ,The Is to be used. This being the cue of $

ptoee,down and>> when sceae by be scene bad,Wrtt&mIt at In Into a paralleloplped the ordinary brain woold aome floatthrough i. tr'cks, both burnt and nnburnt.: In course only in place where only a Ltdy Spencer, with aJocakh"Der .

ut,be would exciala-MMy tragedyto gtestprofusionleavingthetratin'drledy ocr=.aID number of whole brick. on be warmly announdagwhat .
time before it attached itself to brick to the air four or five veers to placed M between window ledges, she WM doing, theme
a dose I"<. eonaklerlag the orssalng of brick." posh,however, to the dictionary harden. All the great existing ruin. to the first of 'i
ice .' Ills or atone aolD1.. The utilityof t1r;
the deb ap .ID. .. very amallaffair. definition of the word. ,caps q
of ,meaie'J'ofthl8 material. At the 'Dochea. of
I trick as a slang word to not to be Davonanire
The..of brick M a building material '
of the Roman the art She made
'M ltobeeebl tbe learned.librarian decline empire I denied. To call a man a brick ut> ney. ms a very(
,both burnt and nnbnrnt, dates of brick,making fell Into disuse, butwa. I In pllment upon hoping .
him
exceedingly. my
to the Duke of Toeeany.oa the contrary compliment
from a'very early period. Burnt brickis .revived to Italy after the lapse cf
recovering and
never attned abroad but lived one word yon tell. him that he i. use ; LidyllxbJy.
recorded the Bible to have been i
.. a few eenturie'. The medtoval,eccleiMtieal retentive that I .! and MLdy It ara a
.. books. They wen his bed need In the erection of the Tower of fol, upright, absorbent "
1 and paj.Ul architecture of be traced briber Elisabeth Poat,.' \"'!". ..
board aad washing.. ,. Hepaatdtightndforty his family history can '
.
BabeL :We hare the testimony ofHarodotojjo exhibits. many fine specimens of ''J did not find ao .
Italy much
dew to their midst,:oay than that of moat men, and .
twice to ttt.eoo i fJdiUJi lea tai ,were made, .the from,eJLct.jtbftt.bantbrick the clay thrown brickwork. ot and ornamental' ,- design in Above al. that he to not made of"com her u I had expected,] .
oottaIn Holland and the tog the variationa of
jt beyond the walls of.-iooee.1O onto/ terra mon clay."
the surrounding Baby
; to ..two JnaW,'oft;aad, 'pi.'o&ber'I lon. These brtote which .were usedin Netherlands the.scarcity, of.stone ne- found far more of manner,, "
'I ''three'and la".half' IM&ob, cevltatod a substitute, ana fed, at an 8I1IPIJI FACTS ABDDT ,BRICKS. and gentle qul:t Sue saei .
bmlldlng wall
; the
the nit
about
'j t! 10 II'dIw'&l ii Oraad'!Duke. He was I wen cemented y early period to the extensive use of tare to posses the hlghaii.
with bitumen
together
u eltriaaaly' fiopJw,Uvugnponland brick net, only 'for domed but for The OarpenUnf and SvUdenP Jour. spirits, but she apIM.ti]
: and at every thirtieth row, ,orals of ."
:':1 ...; W... water. ,to great'md' I reed am1IcellD.. of eoclealMtical bolldtogs. These countries not gives the following fret: An av happy. I thought she '1
were Statements
':t _$ s .' abound In fine specimens of brickblned tinge day' work for a brick layer to 11 preyed and thins though
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traveller showed that the
;i "r aRwhaa.gtd J Babylonian YOrk- :' ft D done' ID' two cooncom.. rune brick on ootdde and maidswalls MNs..l__un ___._.r/.tlnsr_______ ahftnt. L_<
I >tleiaalwysbid brick la very much like a tile, being '
iF''iP i: lying;at hto feat,.a dog.be had 12tollinchea.square, and *} Inches ,with great taste and producing ; on facing and angles and flnIshlog I fancy waree ever desert...., }
rich result Mia to be In "lht" to to her
1 a very Men around wood or stone worknot fker,
.hfrjmWartbuig,and of which. thick. Moat of them,bear the,DuDe
T.I''i *'-. b.-...YIr7.-.au.-? ;:' ",;Anlrcrerndflx inscribed in cuneiform of Nebnchadmxar the celt brat.d. example at Leeu- more than half that number pan be laid. when ahe speaks, a sweetoeaj
warden In Frlealand., It IB worthy of To find the number of brick in wall humor and obligingness
If(: atood at.the table:beforelilm; and the whose bai141 lp DO doubt re a i ..,
1(; walto of bto study were Muck mood placed tnoM cf an earlier ago They remark that'III the fens of Lincolnshire first find the number of 'square feet of be the natural and InitmeUfii

.i with, caricatures of the Pope. He were someUmea gls.vi and enamelled and Norfolk, where we would surface, and then multiply by 7 f,r a Lies of her disposition, joiaei I

.''t' worked at his desk for days together ID nnoaa color Sanlramlc I. Mid naturally expect the same material to 4 inch wall by 14 for'siI8''inch wal', opennees of countenance

1.j;j without going out;but when fatigued, by Dlodoma to have overlaid: some of be used, the churches, many of which by 21 for a J3 inch wall, and by 28 for nounce. her endowed, by I na& .

If if and the" idea began'to stagnate,. took her tower with surfaces of enameile d are exceedingly fine specimen of architecture a 18 loch walL Fur staining bricks a character intended wholly toi 1

:\ btogoita with him into, the porch brick are befit of small atones, red, melt an ounce of ala in one gallon e+iy, kirneae and good purpos. .
r,! and there executed some.musical 'fan- sild to bare been brought great des of water; add a piece of alum the "dbe no* CUJ.YdMCS' v

tau (for he WM a skillful BaddaD), used Sun-drkd brick. wan exclusively tanee upon tsst-hotees. In modern size of an egg,then one-half pound of wholly and to so soberly, -

when the Idea would' flow upon him In ancient times, eapeciall/ time.nowhere do we Had greater perfection Venetian red and one pound of 8pn- and q del a manner, M I bas I

f Ilj: M flesh .flowenaft ranmmer',rain.Yale I Egypt considered, where the manufacture WM in the era of brick making iii: brown. Try the color on the brick toed incompatible with la'..

!: was his variable solace at meat and moat degrading employ and Lying than In Holland, whirs before using and change light or dark Too much and &uo liitl.

web ttlauav; Indeed,Luther did not of M the each formed the principal most of the a IOn of the house and :with the red or brown, using a fellow variously been given her. ,Wil

1-1 1 hdYM. to'any that after theology, part during occupation their of the Israelites the streets are pared with brlcka.IX mineral for buff. Fur coloring black over my late tour Bath watrrt .

.1 ... iWMtbaflrstof art. bondage, after heat the King'illnea- This ...
"Music the death of Joseph. These > TOLAIO) uphaltum to a fluid state, and }.
I r! IIId bar "is the art cf tai prophets: ......cIrItd bricks were made Egyptian of ely Brickmaklng appear to hare been moderately heat true surface brick led to by accident, WM ben al

r.;' ft r thM any other art, wbieh, like I mixed with chopped straw, which Introduced into Eogla nd by the Bo and dip them. Or make a bet mix snij'et, considering, her

; tied gy,eau calm tHaIf"U.ol&l1e WM fnmlahed to the children of I '/. -. ,'a'd pot the D vfl to fight" Next by their Egyptian taskmasters before wall UlMM bond to their rubble orbricks and dip them. Tar and asphalt! treoiely well bred to all abei .

;, to state,if not fceareK, Luther loved the application of Moses to Pharaoh struction ; and such wall tile con- ire also used for the same purpoee. It elf, and seemed willlag te' '

" .. and Dow el The great gnu.M In tHeir behalf. After this the obllge- tinned to be found In England not il Important that the brick be suffl- thesntlsot. Ibnoy ao eta.

au kMa beast a .... rwe.aa'r. lion WM pat upon them to furniah rabble worn WMSuperceded by regmlaraawnry I dankly hot, and be held in the mixture I 111 th..... way treated It

' their own straw, which appear to at about the. time of the Norman to absorb the color to'the depth of Grace before; however, she .

II: OJvto atadtod te bto bed. Kft1'7 have been like the last stow upon the Conquest. These tile wen one
'1 -rT"*fi at' five or six.. o'dook,, he camel1 back-too much to be borne. merely a kind of,thin brick or plateof .. me retired to dtoooatent bai .

I: hat book., aanuerripte and paper. More dearly does the monarch's' des- baked day and were extensivelyused been more congenial....* OJ

t ealed b,kII....., and bad he oeta pot sm shine out when Ills ........ to covering rood. .They were .. .. The lady who WM with '4

n eallia > get oat on hh return he bend that M eaptiVM they had no made very aueh the...M bricks, her booom friend,WM a

........laadwent\to bed again to harvest of their own, and that! then I only it WM I Imperative that they ordinary attactk. ladssdi '.

t e "'eonU.ee- -,JaIl- ."." "... In bto later WM in the flatda onlv. atnbble." shook bo made of the beat Quality of Purchased Titles ia Brazil. ao alluring that* s. Gibbeft 4 :
yeas ne dlaIaWd bI8 wrists w see' It from brick earlh.Brick that no man could w1lbMatt
appear the details
: ., rwlaries., He rarely corrected given, ; work does that she could '
anyIbhig. that the Israelites worked In not appear to bare make the 1/vt flhj
;. The----Issued complete Iderthe mparintcndeooe of one gang.of, come,Into general use as a building A few days ago I WM served with cellor come down Rona Qt had "

from hk t aoath. If he felt faculty of their own nations, who WM provided" D'a&erialuUI the ;r.JD'of Henry coffee in a small hostelry, consisting sack. This lady was destine4 Is I.

coaapoiitkm leaving him be fcr h with all the necessary tools, and then VIIL, when it reached great perfection of a low cabaret and a corncrib, by a her place and to succeed base ,

with' uteri his" bed,gave up.writing personally responsible for the labor and earn .of tie! finest known dusky'young man in cotton trousers see of TOQahlre. 'r .

.d composing and went about hiient of his men. Borne Egyptian brick specimen were erected. In the reign and carpet slipper (uobody The poor beauty WM at oa J

door duties for day weeka, and I were made without straw, and are of Q leeD Elisabeth brick seem to stocking and but few wear shoes wean in drawn into a strange estaasbfj
taontht .together. But AI loon M be have been n which bad well nigh
new found. perfect as on the day eu only la large manalona. thb country cxoept the aristocrat
fait the Inspiration fall upon him when they were pat up in the reign Far common buildings who live in Bio Jauer>. Bahia: *, moat serious family CODIIIIM:"
agsln. be went back to his bed and ber framework filled or had two little girls and
ofAmnaopoli. and Thotmes,' whose in with um-j Fernambnoo). After helping himself WM i
....e.l&aq WM set to work forthwith names the bear. WD.AH md of and Dliater., .At'ReaeraUw- --. ni.l----..... -- ti. the first cap he lnfnrmrl nut t1 d a ion and hafr. and it has bar ....;
- zArhsoUewM Nile mud they needed straw-to-keep- -- this construction was much employedeven he was not in-the habit---of--entertain-.- --' repeated, and there seems LttU m

; a tremendous worker ; them together, but when formed of when brick work WM in common lug travelers, and had only consented to doubt the story, that she anav

betook little sleep and WM oonstanUyretrenebing day taken Irma the torrent beds on- use, brick up to a late period on this occasion because the hoar with her friend to exchange cblsj

It He had a contrivance the eige of the desert they held together being merely introduced In panel late and the next villa*, three or four WM and ibM the Dachas ream*.! .,

by wbieh be, awoke early, and to without aid. Among the between the wooden frames. In the hours distant Toe fact he tind'e boy /.: ,{

awake'WI.. with him to commence painting at Thebes one on the tomb rebuilding of London, after. the great the son of the Baron do was Monteverdt was That aome suchstory WM eeaMsl. :.

i work. Demosthenes pared threemonth. efBekahara, an officer cf the court 011 I fire of 1636, brick; was the material whoa noble ftonda stood with the Ute Duke of ,Derone.

bU .!,. a cavern,, by thsearalde, Thotme. IIL (B. C. 1400) represent almost universally adopted and, one bunks of the F.o: Verde.. I afterward on the well-known. Jt .. public pries

>orUgtoevereomethedefsot.ofhiavelee. the enforced labor of captttee, who of the :resrtatims of the corporation aw this noble taa nid.. It that the perpetual ceUbary of J.

dcdaLM.Itoa..R. There be read, studied, and an disttngnlahed from the natives by of the city of London passed about I ruined hut, almost'twenty feet' WM a Grace was'the result of ....aejsi
the, this time square, meat by; which he I
color with which they.n drawn. interesting. ,ItlaaafolIowa with nothing Inside of it WM te war
-not
I wren bas even
work early In Watching the : bench a litleby oonacnt for his lilt,it, ttI
over laborer -except filth:
are the aad ,.,
, tin .,....;' Le Sage at midday mln.
Byronat ; "tMkmMterV who, armed with ADd that they (the surveyors). do At lagtobJaoooaiotherigQtmlk'Lady
J Bldnlgbt 'Hardonln 'row ticks, are rexlfing the "tale of encourage and glee direction to all another place where I .topped ChirU>Ue Campbell .hav
four hi the sBorning and wrote Ullat bricka" builders for my dinner WM cooked by a "The present Duke Davonatiripied '
Jateatidfnt.Babatoto w; and urging oaths work. The ornament' cake, that the alto of dusky lady- of
process of digging out the clay, of ornament and protection$ _of. the' Baroness hne-who WM the ,for a length of t.me to toar
seapoesd bto life of idsrgantnaat moulding and of arranging are all front of buildings be of robbed brick; of B--,. Theee titles cost >ng avenion fdt his motberW
Belly, Bcsnan cardinals and under represented. The process of naked part of the anybody. F by, aoaaUme.Lady .Dover eau;<,,
t eftheBkbopof FAris. 1k..yii manufacture in Ejvpt WM very .1ml- wall may be. done..of>> .rough brick bust' iandlnoa who send their dajr,.:wlien. ahe...hong; oyer lld .
La.Vontalne lar to that neatly school in England biased his fonhMd_ .r.:
adopted at the wrought, or all rubbed or the .. daD
at the
! wrote. his. Able ohkfi/_ under,,..the time in that present. cIJ.naUoa .of United 8&at---. ...._ _LW_ M ->
: -" conntrv. I&b. hnlld.r.n. that H1. --- AU.. though he had beta:
I .sans Of a 1Iw. ena.o --- --- -:-I afford this 5J".wai
raume'! oy the advantage h7II.
builder OOmmpny
.
'
' -.J- M Badne and Hnil JMUeMl. for
from the Nile I troll Ie..they please" their young men' his reDated'vfdt. to her when
Freak wrote thrown in a before
jiiij.1..of .his heap, sending
thoughtson them
It resided
thoroughly sitar WM not till the dOle of the abroad, 'in the chiefly at TVhvi Jail i
tedwuh
Uttto_..of faper,at bto.by moSMnto. > water, and! last hope ef their
., Fenaioa wrote Ida TdemaohMtotbepalaeeof worked to a proper temper by the feet century that trek were eul j set, to, some blonde eotldtng belr irs" ntlrely changed and be'nIDIad. I ,

Vote llI.i, at the of the laboren. This appear to have taxation. After this time the only the*.i wintry 4B1lma utmost pleMure In her avoiety aad

Or Mooarqne, when been done entirely by the '(light-00" brick exempt were"those made for the Eaglisb I met .-JOIIIIC .. rEitMafbctteo; fut her pr... ,
lady K
dtoobar/tog in WM
the date of tutus the Dauphin.- ored) oaptlras, the (red) Egyptianahnnnlag purpose of draining wit ang marshy trapped in ,this Blo.wha.hashteea: 1WUDriCOn.MM that this enVnge In 1 W, '
That ft..ao thoroughly the work which must have land And hey must be plainly atamp- bad bad way. She aid she ba<....WLnabbSIb!
deaccnOtoshould UOOO :Wsai .
: hv bored fr been oppreselyo and nnwholawsM _with th.wordDrs1L, '; ,penalty, ut itanda, toe BN- haviagr'dceb rd to liar tit

Md bswrco b7.prod JB each, coarse, po.1blela that bo$d"nat. The oIQ M of,fifty,pponda.was impoatd' ;.every. before ceedao/a legacy.. "bet,roans, yarn tierit'of his" birth, and his .leing M t\

I pdIIa aQ seem when tempered. WM cut by an'Instru peaon who need these bricks for any met by' a relative,'and that abeneM, ih"obUd! I' II abed maid..tte till.1:'
mint resembling very much other purpose.MODKBV. ft Bruiliani !'nehley>> ."'\ MM; ..+kilIsaoh miry: '-Bowut>
DQ.inm1lJpte4 his an agrlcoltnral Baron de
freedom of notfoaieivshreaal hoe and moulded In an oblong BBICXS oeptlon .8-, m LQlicloa,at .a JaZ: dti's thc Duke to only sun...bytHM it
peaonamdtade txongh. The brick are made of difiereat given by the Brazilian MiM .: watiU'1ll'.J i7 tIw .t .i
materials *
,and of thro wing.all ,tixesFieusii ware then deed clay, ter j that deodvcd a,1dt'1; .
liM1bi in the sun.. : and and ashes make excellent bricks by his title, his: [ ; *older no '11
d
the
pram perbai 01 tae .. apl&t pod d l. ...
ii
while .
: good Minding fa .
trick i .,
earth by dNebwrs
Be slotlao-tn the boudoir ..VJUn' aalcnwen .' to found indtonta. his eiety aad: a
of ... oily
..... ....Pcii ll oar..: q .1 used .U.... ,..:.1<.aa.e-'- and_ ._.... .1.Eut .... ft proposal manna, she hAd 1late1led"tD' the truth. But poaUJy the'wlGle". ,
In of
Egypt for river walls and I ae an-.lcIend marriage from the' up-dM"
the beat u art tabs
berore aaa p
Baoon knelt down 1Dpe- had
< composing hydra Iie works,'but not/to any treat Upon the aaterlab married him, am r a'oouiEhCJ '-lie the Dab_ asarrW.
bto great work and (fret eaplbyed three -' Me
,+ payed extent
light Enclosures' ;month. 1
+ of. gardens !or depend tbe-quality of'the- j Within r --**WW not M.-III-
and brick and 'aacalh
imaplratlwi'from'heaven... .. PopedeaUiaiog cranaries, aacred circuit the alter the marriage sate .
purpose for the ocL.iNrisaii
enoompae- which it 'DohWD' '' 'fa ai
bend tl
nevat CDIIJd "ftb may ?
wItMat fir l the Imn ninny .
tog eooxte
f of temples, walls 'of They>are,pressed and, with her money ,. Tbto r- ,...in. .
dries by; and eh. wal Mr ... eaiM
for sometime mablnery bad
at the top of fortification followed
and town. him .
.
'elweU to she dtamssatlid.radet .
his..... bused his'aeio.;; boner and tomb. IC great extent now though tu Bio thereto 'igDpacM. : llte utlsi-et .,
'; I* ; in'altot"an but yard an often started In find that he had Falsealndl..ta d.tb f1 ;
r tbeeoontiy of
..b.. jilia to Iajtauem'aeuij: the sex 11.
"I templei thamalfM were ef:..... where suitable to Basil, and, the* .a**
day to
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found and was than fly yet M
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""PO- i i ii1: .>,-;'-=- 'I'I.f41t'f tad five work horses"upon cob '?heatdteada.. : .Laughing and Crying torPretty Chinese. Inventor. of Pruu l'.

; ;' tnurftt. : ;; \ tl 3'1 ; t..c titiel;, wlth'.en}1 :J u several ., ...., :' ,,", '. Woman.- -

6n.....11'-,. years+ ,(,vaad7 their: health ,r iotiidioRleLt. f ftOneeftbesij stems lu laJlmj: ,tyvTaUons In 'an IntsresUnc article...., prtnl- "

'I nsT,lojgcoD&pded: that"...;_ .. wwwh" d >41 y 1 is that so much is done in the' The approach of age snows itself first.. ;-I' Ing'in China,the North CMa$'HsvUi

mildew:which b been so'.:,':&a1'. allTaneles *jW*do'D wish;..eoati*,< idea Iway of courting the non-paying theatrical about the ej.. Lines'come,'faintlyat say*that the first great proineiar of the

-of grapes la"lhUipeotlnn, war tort corncobs of themselves'woald be business. A representive of The fret, then deeP and deeper until art of printing was Fang Ping Want,

Implj MUcotfoa or' wait of matoKity worth grinding,'bat corn in the"ear took: t, 9 ||L'f HMt lfMl I the incipient'oro w'.'feet are indicated, who In 983 A. D. advised the JBmperor

In"the sap, which'requires,heat, ett be ground.hoJiatcbeapl as cornan 0 t1\I@IaIW tQlcea# developed, 'rev aJecI. The woman to have the Confucian elsnsjes ,printed

nht..I ati for it-perfection In nntrt- be shelled and ground; and. ,:'if when D one or those cheeky advancetgentsotaineatftfflsi who, .looking In her glass, preceives ,with wooden blocks engraved f.r' the
lion or assiuilation." Admittlng th lf. the farmer W\ehort'fof'fodder, there M came In. these fatal lines"diverging'' from the purpose. The first books were printedIn
tit.: IsTerjr' s- well'Menwhy*'* Or* gape,.on eau be no doubt that it is wisdom to The first thlqu'.Ior! was a ouferodrnersofhereyes' ''knows ihi t a regular manner, and In iwniianoe

wall, and espeoUliy brick walls, grind, oob"and all.Beethoven's. nUlwayguMe tlte : of she his reached an era 'In'' her life.' of a dtoree in 9 J8. The matin*r's com
rarely,if ever lfsve..the rot.. The rat I. which, Uylng-out. Is .p.c1ter She reoogniz it with a Ilblt she be pass and rockets Weld invented about

in the vineyard and.on the trellis gen- Deafhtst.A pIe of weeks, 'occupied vain, a lovely oraw..rJJy' woman ; the same time, ahowinz that.'at ,this

eralljr tikes place in the'h.aYi;dewy, ti minutea.:.;;Hts.fl*at rl q test was a'paas with smile, perhaps, if she hasohll period men's mind;*,were much stirred
till nights and 'of Jaly/when leas at a Thaatrs.' for himeelf and his lunographer ,{ days dren in whom she can live her own invention. Twenty years
the grspea are In" tbehlgbeet' > stale of\, ,When Beetbovm'a.. FideUo was produced > p int 881'miles'away, wtth's dozetf Vfatopofla. youth over again. But it can never' after the edict the blocki ofthe clsilce

growth'-, and' li'taoet'. fatal when' the" 11 the' .Karnthnerthor.Theatre Then"':.in: ... lew days hisprogramme be a gty smile. 'None of as, men or were pronounced ready,and, wire put

-crop is largest,' ().r wlthaat apparent ,Vienna, the question wee discussed as distributer would be women", like to feel I'outh-tl on sale. Lirge-aizad editions?.which

cause lheJgraDf8ufleal/ blackIsh to 'whether Beethoven should beaked alongan4 jk wUlied. (f\t pasi!for. ism and precious "po"8ston-ellrplng': away were the only ones printed, at first,.

and" fall 'cff. The.:.sap: comas In for his operation by conducting some 800 panda bsg<lf': Then, at from tit. But ''we should never: be on were loon succeeded by' ]pocket_,editions. .
great prot Jt D' into the' Levee,- tie it. Beethoven.cruel 'IDft 1Bltj the same time, \\f rq'woujd be ,boxes the lookout for -crow's 'feee'or gray 'Tae works printed under the

motet atmpsphrrd, prevents,Its elaboration which continued to grow woreej weighing 1303 .,DQWcLi I 1 t which he. bat....- Locking for 'them Is sure 'to'. Lang emperors at* Hangchow,were
and the juices, which ordlnar should have'eauwd ,tae,-njeetfon of wished sent throngi) to. the terminus bring them, for thinking about '''them celebrated for their beauty;'those of

rily 'nurture the grape, are Dot.w& this idea, but the desire bf seeing him oftheroutjlaidoa frey This was brings them.; ,Tear,form a part of the Western China came next. ,' and thoiaof.FokhIeo.laBt.
tared "or rratl ; bnoemore the head of an orchestra con eD vaqce agent >
.r overfilled and language of the eyes,' which Is eloquent .
indigestion miner. How;lit It on the rendered the persons oonotrued Incapable then remari'exl1 hat'theW was 25: 'I
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enough when,sparingly wed Mavubletypes, ot o copperaad lead
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wall? Toe:.neceasity of the. position of dae reserve. The unfortunate bents a day storage on"the'last named'r and which should be sparingly used wire j triedabou\thesame Ume but it

in trimming and tieing the Ylne'glY. composer wai,1 therefore, asked to'di. box, which wished the local ent for other reasons than tbat of'adding Was thought that.rsi4sta ware; more

them good exposofd' to the air, the rect the study of his work, and,. unconscious would arrange with the baggagemanto'throivoO. to'their mute eloquence 'Tears area ritimetous :with Ujeaa, au.' ta'tr:>fore
of his .fortune unhesitatingly Ho then asked for an or. ;I {
and heat and
son of tlie'rayl Its light. dbflgurlng expression of'emdloD.and the fixed blocks were prepared..Paper
Then the wall accutnmulates heat all accepted. It was resolved,however d r for thejreasnrer of the rjqpe for
those who get Into the habit of 'weep made ,from cotton was tried, .but,it
the and' gradual to give him sea coadjutor tfceGapellmel the thirteen tickets in, 'which_ the .
day lone: gives it oat 'smalt
c leg over every vexation do was found so expensive that the.... .... -
ly all the night: This heat dries the ter Umlaut, who was tostand amount (oDe cent per mile lor ach) much toward acqiiring a'careworn, i bOJoomade'paper held its'ground: In
behind his chair and restore would b3 stated Then the matter of I
leaves and
matures .the sap, and the to
miserable xprescloh and are. sure. the Bung dynasty the method wars
crape remalnshealthy. This year the order" among the Instrumental' host. if connection was bought:; up and look old before their time.: also tried 'of 'engraving* oo soft clay I
early rape;shoots,after.the bunches by( chance the composer's deafness it was found recei-safy y' to hold Excessive weeping hay been known and afterward hardening .it by :;.

had begun to' show,'themselves were should throw them into disorder Ui- the train 'thirty. 'to to .forty f minute.' not only to injure; but actualJ7'todeatroy baklrg. Thesepa'ratechaattersjrereinot
ickily, this i riK&utlon proved insLffl. at three points,.that,they mightTulfllltheir
'killed-by'the. frosts-.f, .; a. second crop.of the sight Few women lookpretty tulcker ,than ordinary copper
bu' cleat, as we shall see. This was all arranged.
inferiorvigor appeared,' more engagements. or even Interesting, in teani.IhOlllh coins. J2oh ot them, was,in fact, a
8C&Dtln quail ty, w.hieh on the trellises O2 the day rehearsal, Beethoven, .r Then tai advance agenjt,re- it has long been a pleaeant eeaL An iron plate was, preparedWithafaclngof.turpentine ,
accompanied by :3ohindler, went to marked tt" .the1r80ener, was bulky, '
and the stakes failed to make a.crop. fiction In. poetry and rom- nee to nppuee wit=
and
Bat recently I palled from the walls the theatre' and took his seat at theconductor's and probably it would be neeestary to that they do. Many women, the ashes of burnt paper., Oy,r this

very good. mess of white and red _desk. The overture went put it on a Bpeci&l oar to carry it. some men Sand most children make was placed an' iroa frame, in which

gripes.. Nevertheless,*for the flat off without aDJ'bUch, but' at the very Just then a sturdy farmer,, who proposed most dlafignrlag and distorting grimaces the clay types were,set up'until it
time in fifty jean' observation, the first vocal number-the duet between t> Immigrate to a;J anas point while crying; and the lady was full. The wnole WA. taaa suffl

grapes.pn the walls were partially Jaoqulno and MareeUna-there .was came in, stating that himself and hie .. who thinks she can work upoo a ciently ;:heated to melt the was tu-
touched with mildew. The rdUOn is confusion among the artistic phalanx. wife, his wife's sis ier and ,seven cnil man's feeling by a liberal .display ing. A.U Iron plate was pjaosd,above
apparent.. (This.brbeen the rainiest Alas lit was only too oeitUn that the dren were to immigrate there and. he tears should carefully study becom. the type, making .theoa perfectly
,
season in my memory;the walls did muter did not hear a note of the wanted the lowest rate. Tne local log 'mode of producing them before level the
wax being eoft
just
... ... ,enough
not receive.their usual sunshine, and vocal parts, and could not, therefore, agent named the rate, which was two htr lookingglass.. Qrlmacessiftennd I to allow the types> to sink la'to the.j( :
oonsequently: 'the Crap.!. shared t) 'a be relied <-n to mark the proper moment and three-quarter cents per mile per hearts, and tears accompanied by the proper depth. '. .':,. ..;
.small at lilt the part of those on the for each artist to Join in. Amid head, carried'this side or the MUeouri usual dlstoitlen have a hardening .:. I. .
poailDleto
1 This being done It would be
trellis and stake in the open air, yet the general confusion Umlauf restored River, andanarbltrary rite was added edict! if not a visible one. In a prettilywritten ,
.the wall was.potent enough to ripen silence, parleyed for an I..t mt with on the west 81d .; ,Hero the baggage book, now probably out of print several hundred'or'. thousand T
most of its frail;and keep the leaves of the two singers, and gave the sings questioncame up and (It was f.)ua l print, purporting to be the story of the copies with great rapidltf. Two tarns'
this
the vine comparatively green, while de capo. Again impossible to go that it would cost him some $18 to g t life of one of Milton's wives, anthoY" prepared-in way were rauly: 'for

.the stems of the vineyard are as barer through with,the number to.the end'; it through,*owing to excess In weight. makes that poet say of his .i ct'.eyes the pressman's use so,that, wl4ejr'be'had ,
in midwinter. I. conclude, then, the instrumentalists followed faithfully The farmer, who was golng westto after crying: that they letembled "the done with one he would proceedwith
'(bat while the great mass of oar peoplecannot the beat of their conductor, but furnish produce whicn wotild be ii- suu'clear shining\ aftsr raina very' another without delay., HereIs
afford to build walls specially the lagers getting perplexed and these roads undoubtedly .the principle the
rigid over very accepted pretty natural oljxt indeed, but during .-
.for the Yin.,.I* done by the wealthyiBfEagland troubled, were unable to keep time.tfais the situation, called for 'the tickets, the rain itself the observer is not I printing press of Europe: although
and some other countries, state of things could not con b.t.ear he pulled out his pocket booK, Inclined to be so complimentary. "* western< printers can,dispense,with a

every man may have a few. choice Unue, and it was imperative, at whatever said: '"Look here,captain, can't you 'Grimaces of a somewhat similar soft wax bed for types and can ottaln

vineswherever thereto a dwelling and price, to inform Beethoven of the pat a little chap we have about six order are frequently made daring the a level surface without' this devioa. ...
-outheusus.' Bach eultare involves bat impossibility. But no one could undertake years old;through free?"'' "Well, no; action of laughter. Care should, always Perhaps the.need of_capital to,J iaa

little expense, and afford pleasant the ungrateful task. Duport bat I tell )"oo..nat I will do-I will be taken with,children to pn- stock of types,the-,want. of a good. type. '" -
.recreation to the master of the house dared not venture; for Umlanf there get him through for half fare." The vent their falling into this habit. It metal easily cut sjBffloleatlj bard

hold and moat delicious fruit to the was something particularly delicate farmer paid his money and left, but frequently ,reaches such a pitch as to and the superior beauty of the,Chiwcharacters

fly in making such .a communication, the advance agent, was still there us* render the laughter positively unsight when aa ICIInW'OOd.llaft.
-- and it was only natural that he should ins the paper of the railroad companyand 17. prevented t.he1tide' employment of the

DaM It Pay te,Ortai tie Csra Vita endeavor to escape the task. While writing two or three,telegrams The face Is distorted and out of 'movable types which are_ se 'ooavenlent -
.. Orb f 'iras for all alphabetio writing. Tin,
the discussed. Beethoven
point being which he wished ,sent, free. The reporter I drawing the ejea disappear,and the
We are frequently asked this qoestion moved about uneasily in his left at this juncture,, thinkingthat lip see drawn up revealing halt an inventor .this mode pdntini la
and the strength of several chair his head right and left movable types five, centuries be/ore
upon turning were he a general manager the inch of pale pink gam. -This peculiar "
.years' experience we GaD only answer. 'so as to read- in the physiognomies theatrical party should py big rate sand ity sometimes runs in families,'partly they named were Pi Invented ;Europe, car
that under some elroumttinoea it does, around him what.u'going on; but the horny-handed. former should from unconscious.imitation. ,I know Sheng.ItemlcaJ.. ."

while under others it might prove un on every side 'be beheld only mute be the favored one of the two. ooo .family i whose grimaces during I I .

profitable. The U9 &ee JjtMvtof impaMablllty. "Siddenly," s,ysSahindler laughter are most ludlorously.aIIKe. .' .1'J4' : ..t"l".t.,
at&Me'the ease so,fairly and clearly, : "he called me in'an imperious When they are all assembled at the .
-and to in accordance with oar own voice and, holding out his 1'
Task. .dinnet-table, aid a joke goes round I ..' 'i tir l"
Not the
-views,that we make room for an extract tablets, ordered me to give him the Equal to
left in the
there is not a single eye peopw'1a.'
upon the subject: M It depends solution of the enigma. Trembling o, In Bieria the ; .thermometer
family., Much If not all,of this could '
the facilities fox grinding and all I traced the words: "Let me of Leslie, an 'Englishman {
open over, One of the English Postmaster G en- be prevented by due care in childhood.The '
,
the kind of stock to be feeL Sheep! I entreat you not to proceed. I win explain eral's most commendable innovations- laugh can be cultivated quite. In Germany that 'of Bsaamur, a

grind corn better than battle, and more fully when you, are at is, we hear, likely to meet with that much as the '.voice. ,Actresses take Frenchman ; In France that ef Os*
utilise the nutrimentin from' his slot, a Swede f: and.in England and
therefore they home. He gave one.leap failure which might have been foratold lessons in laughing with,occaslonalsy,
whole eora better. The cob contains chair,'and, getting over' the pit-rail for it. The experiment'of bindIng very charming results. I do' not,. ,America that! ,of' Fahrenheit., a Ges>

more' aotoal nutriment than,is loa,exclaimed: "Let us go quickly t" ovtr'the offldal ledger of the however advise that such teachingshould mans, ; / $i" .

generally supposed. It shows on He then "ran at one breath' to his Postoffloe 8Anq.Bmk to the female begin In early childhood, least Milk powder, mixed with powder of t

analysis !!.8'per: cent of carbohydrates Jo IIt'theD in the Poirrgasse, staff has not been proved' satisfactory, it might destroy spontaneity and pro- beef,la reported as having.been.used

L4 per, cent of albuminoids' Lilmgrube suburb. the amount of work obtained hitherto dace an effect of artificiality; bat I I suooessfnlly by Dr. >Doar lsa BseaUaels .
and the same ot fat. It is quite safe When he got Indoors his strength from the male officials having proved very strongly recommend mothers'to In keeping .... tbs.,etreagt efoixsamptivepatients.

to say that cobs nave one-half the failed him. Be fell inertly on the far too'In'en'a task for their I,lady check a disposition to make grimaces ,..'1 mo.both

-value of hay when fed with food rich sofa aud, covering Us face up with successors. Though the expert daring their children's'indol
in nitrogen, which it so greatly lack; his, hands, remained motionless till ment may result In demonstrat* mirth. and the stomach,is said M be-Teiy.tolerant

. and when the cob II ground fine in dinner-ttae. After he sat down to ing what was? already reeogalsad by 1& of the m tun.. .< c

burr'mill tones there is nothing ii- table, tor, it impossible I to extorts all national people-the inferior.I'M. ArtiBclal Parchment* In riling upon the respeetle:.BsMIity .
. J incur to animals in', it. There Is word from him. That fatal November sty of women for continued labor at of landlord'' and tenant ski 'the

much said about the danger' of feeding day," adds 43ehindler.twM. the high pressure-it by no means follows negligent eonstmetion or bad.etadltlon .
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cob-ne l; but there Is no foundation n most sorrowful one in the career of that employment will not be found In Herat. Herald 4 Gawalowski, of 'Chief
of a-: building, Josttee
for this prejudice., the poor composer, who was so terribly such departments of the1 British Civil Brunn, make aw f>llo ws a strong artificial Brigham of: Boston says that the landlord .,

When the oob'U'ground:fine with tried. ,Hiwever great his an. Service as the Postoffloe for a Urge parchment; mpermeab'.e by water, alone U responsible far'is* tad
the com,.It' must .certainly :be ln4a garnish may baTS been on previous ooisiliiiis. and constantly Increasing force of and capable of serving for the ;diaphragm construct bat the tenant may be

much tietter condition tow lending than never before had he.receivedssVfesrfiil female clerks, with possibly the con In osmotic operations on eolations made to pay any damages paused. by the

corn In the ear, when oattle swallow rt'' a-alew., F sequence of intent Ifylng the pressure impure' sugar, etc.: The. wool n &Ulent..of it.- For Instsnee, the
the without *ale ..' ; '' len or' cotton tissues are freed, byWuh1D1 '
part.of ceb maftirat- i upon the young men whohare not landlord'.. liable for irjaries caused
lug prior!,thin :Isjae eteary.fpr ita;;Young Belgian woman who lately received.professional or an industrial from'the foreign substances, by--a defective trap door, bat the ton

swallowing} 'X*:thlyeobdoe rrat Had bequeathed' her,ventire >fottone, education,and vo stimulating them to such as gum", starch,'etc., which may.Doter ant is ''liable..tor irjaries.oaossd by"a
inany thing like propOttioathn asJoed at about H00.000to>>the Belgian emigration to the United Slates cr the them.. They are then' : placed In "
peas : door left
trap open.
graln.does; and while million of.... isstaiy. ,Ten regiments, however,' by Australian colonies. ***" n"<;* ***,. II" a'!bath slightly charged ..ith"Rer -- .

tie are httsaed every year.in chiWon s. .pedal designation, are out off from pUlp; and to make this pal p penetrate TIppoo (which means Oger) BsH
ear o0ra>neible people_will aot Jw', tUsiaheritanoe. more deeply,'they an passed between turned t tigef to very praoUoaljturpsess.
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.I' rollers which slightly compress An enormous one foaaoehalnedl
alarmed at the dangero*fsedin. wit :!:f two car
Around & aria :_ '. Brinton does not take stock in Letters.. them. The principal operation "consists near his' treasury,, and'en' attendant .

When mills.prepared H.' ter" grind* Mh Hcroert Spencer's remarks about -.. rt ., in steeping the product for a' few who offdnded him,or' a prisoner:tJ>ev
tofrindUihatsias Americans killing themselves with letter, at Last th..Wk of most seconds in a bath concentrated sul disposed of, met the fate of Dialel, Ipiwlth ..
will fay
ing in cobs addition it to the aatrl seen tia the OTtrffork. BeT that the life Insmnee people are unsatisfactory after long phurio add after which it undergoes "'dlfferentAnal ialt&. There Is

.b..UftliAD4 the cob mix companies I purpose it absence, Tit mystery that we want a.series/jOf< wsfthlngs! ,wMtr:.andasmontacil still extant an Illustration Tippoo's .. ;
,cob,it meal separates the part to to get testimony. for business uses to penetrate, the soul that we want to liquor.natal has but all Idea of Playful plesssntry & shape .
ed with the it. Into.stomach lather than for after-dinner speeches?, each with des of mesl'ao that. goes osMllrien?' show in their tables that .e faME poops. itself to us on sheet of paper eVeaif Wen: two, steel rollers, devised.. that 'TIppoo could make it,,'
in.moter > ,
paroqs
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peatkatII"nmore of life is in thla':country rather it ___do eo>>,.aad te willing-sole; dried between'!*?others covered with light, on any .unsuspecting person''

the geatdc'jafoethus, and; the susl iaeUgesfc.ed better em the grand' avenge than- ; iaSoghuid tsa know as much as We cap understand. -, sit, aDd llaaUi. oaleDdend., ,when the whose agony and tear affcerd. him. the. ,
perfectly, 'l"
I France orGenaany., .,uiuv n'l.J t -"-,. uI u..AoI: keenest grUdcatiti. L' ; ,
it uer man when eaten.....The -j& : f""Ut\ to '" t-) '-J. *t1i'**.,* ; v
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I t. ..... t..4 ...t...... :: -:i 'STATE; HEWS: ::" RON : takes pleasure- a ;,

. The wind" ia from th.- SE. The travel to St.Augustine this winter ',' :

it f ,The thermometer tan4 at 74.at 9 ... m. larger than it ever was before. :" 0 ,;( .,.,'''it.
:I fW. moon the28rd art= ,Iz48 a.m. ha"ebeen that be b representing the: ', .; .?' .. ;.
(Iifl Bavtfneter Indicates Fair.Son The Florida penitentiary convicts "
.lIt'1 rim atMoonMtt I 6:67'aad deb at 5wL leased to Mr;.$M. Wood,.'of Lire Florida. well-known, pn>inpt and t t

j r atTHBPAFEK, r L m. 600 He will ber. Comu i sion Hoag !
Oak, for $'', per .annum. BROWN'S f'p

ir}f mar be found.; -file'at. work them on his Turpentine 8.rIlt.'The : FlA. Mess. Heard Bro sY&, .

Oo.v P.'Bowdl& tb'sNewepaper'Ad vex schooner H. 31.)1cLane, at Palat- f' SI Dey Street 5Chapiii t Y
f s' tiring Bureau.(10 Spruce Street) where IRON' ,
ka recently loaded 225,000 feet of crossties '
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I, i adt'ertiIiDg contract may be made for it'' Broths ."
r In h'EW XOBL. for Tampico, Mexico.' 'Floril1:1. Y &* \
t 97 ijuuth Market
Columbia has 59 public schools >. gtrce ] i >s *
county BITTERS i sYil *
THE Brut is the OFFIOAI. newspaper r I -i and respectfully elicit co
for Brevard county. and 1,723 children in attendance.

i Pensacola remarks' that the wfflcnre dyspepsia.heartbmn. thtnuist3 5lp
Entered at the PoIIl Office at Tduat ills atSfttmd'Clam : paper 'C
Matter. Pensacola and Atlantic Railroad will be ria,kidney disc"ase.liYCf complaiDl.aDd same to both eiti
> other wasting diseases.
running through trains to New York via STEAMER FROJJ sir
LAVAL ITEMS.' weeks.It LI C. pH
Savannah inside of three ,
=The weather is most beautiful and THE TROPICAL HQl "
is General W. P. Hazen, formerly of >'
Florida.
at Rockledge, Indian River,F
Springlike.w Ohio, who has purchased land in Hills- BROWN'SIRON '
S. Kjder Owner &. :
the Board of County Commissionerswin borough county, and not W. B. HazeD, Proj ',

meet Feb. 6.We of the ,Signal service Bureau. Several This House 'u centrally located*1 5
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have never m wildfowl more papers have made a mistake in the two ledge,in the far-famt-d Indian Eh_,i

plentiful than now._ gentlemen. of Florida, and pos e es all the i

. We are indebted to Hon. H. Bisbee Mr. S. C. Cable a member of the Florida Florida. of Climate, Health and Pleasure t

t M. C. for valuable papers.. Legislature,lost two valuable buildings newly developed region of South]

-Mr. C. U Howe of Bockledge called I in Pensacola by fire on the 4th inst. enriches the blood aDd purifies Take steamer from Sanford 'for;, '

ij at the STAB office yesterday. ....!. system cores weakness, lack Poin ett,called Eockledge Landing;tl
LAGRAXGE, STORE, Jan. 9, 1882. energy etc. Try a bottle. $
: We understand that: the Collector I Having received a large stock of Groceries miles carriage riding. Direct i a, .,

. ; Revenue. wfll be at this place on the 26thinsL I am prepared to otTer goods at the from the Hutu made with atcam ty

I I, ; following pnces: Florid Rates, $2.30 per day:
BIiOWN'SIRON
I Flour, unn1 Side, per bbl. $8.30Meal
I } -We welcome back Mr. D.: .Metzger and Grits, Hudnut/s per bbl. :6.oo rnruynruuGtrNddghjtdell""rcloryi ,

I : and.. family who hare been visiting at Corn, white, per sack 2.25
PIONEER
Ground Food back 2.j:;; cooPER
,! per .
Fort Drum.K ..
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1 Oats, 4 bnhci sacks, per sack, 3.50 .
t}' Strange faces continue to greet us in Wheat, per sack, 50 Syrup Barrels $2.25. .. .; '

r,1! 'passing ,through the streets. Welcome Hay, best Western;per 100 pounds 2J. Florida.I Galled to order ten sworn: S\
f!' Crackers, best Soda, per pound, .10 BITTERS r
'f to all who come.
: Buckwheat, -07 Honey Barrels, and Oval 7 M.

Remember that you can go.to Eterprise Coffee, Rio, ." ..20O.G.Java is the only Iron preparation Breakers .
lit! i r via 'SOrn- d' "Hack Line for .35 does not color the teeth,and will .. w

rl 1 t i only $ .OO'' orhom' here to Jacksonville Butter. Gilt Edge, "" .:;0 cause headache or constipation From : : $:.00 : '
Lard, .18 other Iron .
preparationswill.BROWN'S
I} 1 via his. 'Hack Line and DeBar):Ian Cheese, best ., .25 or at Tallies rr. 5
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r'j for $9.00. Onions and I. Potatoes, per peck .50 .)'Willb at La., and all kinds ot COOPER W>BK to"" 4

!!; I -The sudden changes of the weather Granulated Sugar, per pound .la}
f
Guuds delivered m the Settlement or T. JOII. SOS,
j: I for the last tiro weeks hare been the at'Pace's Landing. .\. BRAD [
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l: i cause of ji general complaint of colds.A .; I, LaGrnnge.-- :. : Flo

; II fine young deer was killed, a'' few J.A.. GIBSON, IRON in The Florida State Gailtelleetan .

'I I ,days ago;wkileswimming in the river in Produce Commission Merchant.lackaouti'llle +1BUSINESS <**:"

I,: r front of Mr.'James Pritchard's residence.branges Flu. DIRECTORY f.Z,
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t.: are continuously being [Late senior partner of the firm of Gibson BITTERSLadies .
{. II/lliuJ t.f!lut>,ui, "t1eirM ayd.of .
ir; !i- shipped at good prices. The: ,fruit from & Rockwell, dissolved Jan 1st 18S3Respeclfully /] .
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:' this locality though' not abundant is and all sufferers from neo o tbe'f .
; very
1\\ solicits' consignnteatty ralgia, hysteria and kindred complaints '
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11 1t t} :fine.- ,4 or ,will find U without an equal.r llrrchantl'roft ional .& UtWn a, ,.

(4i i! : -::Qui' tea number LaGrange friends Ilh'c r. and the principal faruuTS and ...

j,;:;: j called; alt .he'sWt office on,,Monday mor- ORANGES, SYRUP, HIDES, &C. owners, orange grove and pi.tut

!- fling. .'We regret that sickness prevented Has the largest cash order trade of an 'Florl ::&. tuti u:*,, together with iSLrMnj.An (

; u.f seeing them. Frut house in the State.
rub (.itirl, Ttu (aA \1-

; : -':The dengue taken'hold RclurM Made Jayfl'Sale.National And how
i '. having of. a I For a newsy Interesting paper, sub! to reach tln-ni and other
. ;!:' portion of the STAB'S'force the past 'week urlcalI11oitltute. THE, WEEKLY FLORIDA infonuation.

I..Jr: will account' ,for the lack of our usual One of the Surgeons of this old and .t.:2 This important work will be L utd j je.
PnbJlilhe.l11'1" T" I\t JACK
,; reading'matter notable Institute will visit Sanford. Fla.. Horiila, by lI.'B. MCCALLUM.: g as Moil ua.the labor pf culltttujgjruwl c.

t'd .: Remember : January IS, 1SS3, stop plug at tueSaufori compiling the.fact*: can be 4p1i.Jied
f that can En-
b ,you go to House THE WEEKLY UNION .
terpri."via; JTorwcod's Hack. Line for The object of this visit is to To the businv=** '
; give th& Is largo well printed Journal of '''''.
J It only_ $3.00 or" from here to Jacksonville afflicted an opportunity for examination column -In iralitica Oeinocmtlo.and uity this will be, the most uluab1r
, '& at or near their homes, thus saving and-outpokcu in its advocacy of that has
hope been
:\\i via his 1! ck'Line and DeBary Line for$9oca less the )n! tlow. The cream of all the current yet puhlishedab&atiiFlorida .
! { "-I cases* expense of a trip to Atlan the dav collected from nvery_portion ;; L Price, $5. to be sold by i '
(: YL ..,, ;1 ta. A careful examination will'be made worldliv telegraph and correspondence
and patients can learn if their cases are lectctl from the Daily, to flit its tion.
-Mr..L Jones, of Long Pond, Ga., curable or can be benefitted and whether much corn is also taken to make

f' :h reached town yesterday. -Mr. Jones is a ic will be necessary for them to visit I he AflHciUtural month. Kate j -hlrfit(jRJ: HI".

{! 1 t genial gentleman and we- hope that heI' the Institute. (Edited by Col.D.KEDMOSD) Florida. 1Paewillbuuk0. \ Pagntiithbuuk$W|
: 1 Cases of Deformities and Chronic Diseases VrofltAblo and
Interesting
may terminato with and divideup reading.
stay us EV-
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will be examined such as Club Tin UNION la just tho paper to agenWwanted m every WltyJ
I': : the large tract of very1 desirable hind feet.,Diseases of the Ilip, Spine and short friends trial of Volusla of six and months Itrevanl will Co untie f whom. liberal terms will be ,ottered:
11 i he has so that settlers may have p[ rtu1:1 Joints Paralysis. Piles Fistula,Catarrh, strate. subscript price per fully year *.

:t ,: nitiesofinrestingtherein.- Female of and the Eye Private Ear.Diseases etc. and Diseases Six Months '100. Send for sample} ge GUSHING & APPLEYABD,, ...,-:

1:1 i Settlers will nd some of the most 'Conte early, as the visit is limited THE DAILY UNION Pi: O. Bt,x l04:.] Jacksonville, Fh. ;,,'""

i desirable lands in Florida just north of to full the time stated. For circulars and lathe same size as tho weekly 3m :AIUUVALS .t DEP.MrTTKES: OFMAlLl! ..-
particulars, address
full associated
dUwitdwm,
, i Titusville. These press news
lands
heretofore have NATIONAL SURGICAL L STInTE. q aretillr by mall crlp locals : From Enterprise to Tltnsville. ,
:' 1- been kept in large, tracts and as such The 2S. 3t Atlanta,Ga. t selected miscellaneous fig, .MveEJatnprl.e 2tluuUay Wednesday aY
racd each ?
morning (Sunday excepted) Judge of Fritlay at 2 a.m.
,is
I: were.yirtuany.put of,the market, though HuzlctincH lilock.Cor. Day and Laura county, Arrive, Tlttwrille MotHlar Wed
t. t Jacksonville. Florida. lric per year and Friday at 8p. ui. '.
finely adapted* .to both cane, .and orange H. P. WILKINSON & CO, 6 months $5uu. 3 months 2-Vj 1 month Leave Tltnsvllle Tuesday Thursday'anS',
I 1 ;: Culture Send remittance by 1'ost Office order SaturdaYat ..111., .. >
; .: Istered letter to
Arrive
.. DEALERS.IX II. B. MCCALLUM LAW. and Saturday at Enterprise Tuesday" ThursJar: 3
9p.m.
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,. j! 'Legislative Doings Jacksonville,Fla. May: 4,IbBl U i:
GENERAL Tram DaytonatoTltubylle.h
i special to theJackeonrife'Times. MERCHANDISE. ?
r lo is, Leave LaytanaluealayThtuadagand9W+R.L.
.: 1 TALLAHASSEE,FLA.,'January 13. DE BABY of this day at 6 p. m..ArriveatTttasviUeThntaday5atnrday.
JtotUtdgc : : ; ; Florida. at Tallo- '. it':::
: : There is .
a good deal of excitement here Monday at lu a.in. .'
MERCHANTS'
i; overtheliill.that hat been introduced to Prompt attention to all business entrusted ,.. --? Monday Leave at Tlrasvllle a p.m. Thnrlday 'Saturday aatT..W...

create .8-.State Baikoid ,
Commissioner
DOUBLE DAIL Y. Arrive at Daytona .daynatnrUayaoy'sof
Cot .Papy aad CfrL Henderson, in behalf to them. Monday at 6 a.m. \Y

of the railway eompanie*,appeared beforethe February 1st lyr 40. Carrj'In?"the C..S. Mall.Elegant From TltusrUle to Eau Gallic. ?.kc '

House Bailroad t LeafTJtuBTUle Tneaday and Friday _. .
i Committee in opposition Side-wheel 5a.m. ,K,
: to..the. bill CoL'Papy said that if The Lund: House, i Uti r Arrive. at Eau Gallle''rne1ay and J'rw.a.J.-- *."..

: this bill becomes a law the railroad "syn <6 REGULAR MAIL. r at 6a.m.Arrive.Eau' Uallie WedneJay and, Satur Jlrare :

4' dicate" which he represent Will"no,' invest Corner Main Street & Washington Ave. GEO.)(.BIRD,Capt.G.J.Mercler.. 'r ,30 L : atTttu vUle.W *dneaday ttS1,9aWF '

\ ". another dollar in 1orid&Jt wad also Tttusilllc. : Florida. IL B.PLANT.Capt.J.W,Fitzgerald. f : daY8t7 Po tD. ...,.y'
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stated that Phmfa-eyndicate a.\ITACaptl:.IL Brock. I J.. K
would make -' Hew ,Information. of Florida.
One of the abovo.aametlateamen "
; j no.fu.nherlnyestmentL will
;Nevertheless
it Pleasant De Mary wharf foot of Laura street. 192 SS'1.t,. .-
Location Good Table pages new matter unto for]
h is thought probable that the bill will pass cept tiundavatap-m. for \ ] .\ map
I both houses., a ** A cosy home for theSPORTSILN FORD landings.KMEKPU/SE and all ; line of Send, she cents to R.C.Lon..vTaIlahasseeor 4:,
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.' i, .Ike1 Senate today;' by'a unanimous INVALIDs AND TpDRIST BOSA Capt.J.L.Amazeen. : ., I .
t rote; passed the bill prohibiting the sale FREDERICK DE BABr.Capt.Leo.

and distribution of intoxicating liquor \VEL.UU"Captain j.S.)[aUhe On. Florida: ;
The Constitutional i@':aiJ-bo\ts in attendance.. ] Ono :
: Convention bill has Jcu\"e 5M5 SS namod SleamCrII EilTS
not been from A. Deisner foot of Laura
reported the Committee on K.w.ifflSywT 4:30& m.. e,. _....! :,
Engrossed Bills 5
to which it was referred. 1'alstlta Sanford.Enterprise p. .
'NOTICE OF FIXJ.L and aft
PROOF.
to be engroa ed. diatelandings. .
I The Land Office at Gainesville, Fla.1 Connects I\t PalatkB with Florida .. We continue: to '
I Assembly" committee the Whole, r Dec. 2-2. 1882. / Railroad for Gainesville and Oeala. 'sctaseoltciloz'i ...,
about :fifty; in 'number left Connects at .\ :-John. cavtsta '
I fur Chattahotx&ee NOTICE hereby given that the folwiMgnanicdfeettler KuMisI: ilrouil l25.wIlh.tor Fort Mason and paten, *,
trade.nia etc.wr
ks
I by special train'at 8 o'clock liar filed burg and all Yulaha coppri 6ts ,
this notice Ot point on the Unper: ", the United States,and to obtain Pst ., .
his lutcntion
morning, to inspect the'Lun Asylum.. to make final proof in so(). Connects at Volosia with coaches cute in.Canada._England FranceA .
I i port of hUclAlui and that said mend and Da"tona.Connects MiBl ..
returned proof will i Germ. ,)',and an other eonnMee. J
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They this ..
; evening quite favorably made ;
01 beforeT. W. Faulkner; clerk at Sanford w Ith& uthnOr1da 7"Z 'pnc ce. -,
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impressed;" circuit court at Miami, Fla.. on Tuesday. roiul Altcmonte for Longwoo.1.)Maitlanft charge for examination modela or dn6 1
The weather is growing July 30th 13& tor the 8 i of 3 W \ of ateamentor prlan.lo.akeJesnp KUalmmetTknd.Salt Lake inan.: Advice by mail free.PatcaiaobtainedthrvnR. r '
more
1: '.- : .pleasant Section 13 and lot ;2 of ace: 22, Township ledge and Indian IUvtr. and : the acenobcedin I 0.
SdKSTlFIC AJUUUCjuf. hu
w. 54 SouthvEange East. Connects nt which r
., Enterprise with the largest circulation infrae&nal -'
: .....- Ue Daytona and \ew { .nlisfh8tn'>st
names the Smyrna .
antI .
"\ following witnesses to the ,..
of its d in
:1 The KetnrninK Mail steamers aewap.per kind puUlitb* :
nomination of John F. OtmMead prove his contlnuoui leave J.n
residence moKld. ,The:
and ad
upon vantage ufsucli a noticeevcij
every morning at 7 and .
Sanford
1 for Conunicaiuneroithft District 'of 'Columbia cultivation,, of said land,, viz: Andrew! : and d a.nu. making close. at 7:so patentee underatanda'- -- It'
i ha.been withdrawn. bw.. the Fr e. I Barr, A.C. Richards. John Addison and S.. F.and W. Railway for aU connections po1nt Tbialarg and plenddlTilluBtr 1M..,. '
dent Charles F.'Slebolt of Miami, Fla. East and We&\ emitted < >V&' :Kli"at tJl"s year, _
a muooca bUll of lading givw ,j. to be tt.e best paper dewU.-
W. T. m-beIJ.Qf the firm iaf'Blf fak Slwfi L. BASSES, The steamers of this line to all to edeooemeehaaicsilnestiaauengtraai. ;..d.c .
Beglster IT. are all 'Itlil I
: 8. Land O lee.' in Ar .o averse, and UMC departooaatain of iDdDiiUW ,
I do every respectForfhrther .
Dwell junafaaareqi, of .:. '
toot ';; .es pttbllahed :ai ouutry. tKnE1tiec ?
1 has soul his interest in : cheapest Bibles B t Pmbhef,, ,AxnH.'"! Ticket Office,corner information nay and apply Laura at 1.. bT aMlj a oasts:; 6sW, bl .n seer .'
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i t' the firm for $250,000.t dui T nUM .*T.Y.r1A _111 : dsslers..' .
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street '
FoaYr&M(M km, MMW 6w & Addre"W .
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tine American,261 Broadway,New York.
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