The Florida star
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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 25, 1883
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
notis - AKR0018
lccn - sn 96027111
System ID: UF00075901:00032
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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OLUML11L. nruSVILLE: 'FLORIDA, THURSDAY- ,JAN. 25, 1883, ,. NIFMBER39.J3r.ArjGUsrrsz .,

:,'FLA.-Jan. 31883. I A Suggestion That Agricultural To the Editor of The Florida Star: STATE NEWS. OUR AVASUINGTON- TTE& :

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you for your prompt and very satisfactory WASHETGTOsr 6 '1883"' from the "Department of the Interior the Oclawalia River. .WAsiffifGToy, D.C., Jan.-13;.1883. '
reply to my letter of enquiry. \Alludingto Hon._ K K Foster, President, of,the State General,Land Office, Washington, The assessed property of the State increased The President last e"ening.ntertained

the Titusville STAB: cannot complainof D. C. January 26 1882," to Hon. C. W. : $9,043,454: last year. General and Mrs. Grant and thirty-one
Agricultural College:
the, comments made oar the letter of SIB In reading 'the Governor's mes-- 'onesU-S., Senator in which the writer I The railroad extension: to Lake Eustis i other guests at dinner. The lower floor i

enquiry only so far as it speaks of "hope I notice that the Trustees of the states that "all matters pertaining to taxation will be finished in about a month. I of the Executive Mansion was open and .
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deferred &c" ,not saying in so many sage and requiring present aimers to record illuminated, the blue parlor looking especially -
State Agricultural College will meet in Mrs. Capt. Sams killed a wild turkeyin '
words he still has a lingering doubt but heir titles are.matters for local legislation"and beautiful under gas-light. The
" Tallahassee on the 9th inst, and I regret her yard at New Smyrna recently.An .
subject to a construction to that effect. .that "of the larger number of such rooms had a stately decoration of palmsfor

. I cannot blame him for a lingering doubtas my inability to be present.It is now claims (Spanish patents and letters,) in alligator eight feet long was recently the hero of many battles, these rising
six since I donated to the
over Agri- in Sumter with small
I know sad disappointment has followed years Florida a very few only have been paten- caught county a out of the beds of moss and begonias,and
three thousand
cultural College fund about fish
several promises on the part of promised I ted, by the U. S., and this office has no hook. the mantels were beds of.floral mosaics,
of land in consideration of the
organizations to build this all important -. acres meant for ascertaining who the present par- The Picket Guard is a neat little paper bordered with altemanthera and ferns..

highway, to the inhabitants of the I College being located at Eau Gallic, and lies in interest are." published at St Augustine by Charles The floral -arrangements .the drawing
for the of enabling,the Trustees
whole East Coast I think however the purpose Now the Legislature of the State of Smith. room were superb, and were.arranged( in
to! the lands .
erect buildings as JtIo
evidence' shown by the Florida Coast donated, by proper Congress could not be used Florida has attempted.to dispose of this Sumterville has been incorporated and person by Mr.. :Emil, Pfister, .the head;

Line. 1aland Transportation Companyin mooted question as to those old Spanish i lrlr. Jno. F. Shecut of the Time has been gardener: Four largo sconces framed,
for that In the 1875 and
investment of capital in a powerful 1876 the purpose.then Trustees erected years a College Patents and claims, by selling these lands elected mayor. massively in repousse work each bearing.

dredge, the working of the same so building, at'Eau Gallie and their successors .- (at least some of them) for taxes,and limiting Fogarty and Johnston, of Key West, five candles, have been added_to the wall

soon as completed and the,cutting up to have not as yet taken +' to their redemption from the same to up to the 3d inst., had shipped 182 crates decoration of this apartment Gilt and

this date of four miles of canal is positive and steps one year, and in default thereof, conveying of tomatoes. silver candelabra upon the table softened
the into '
College operation, although
of good intention if not showingthe put the land in to with thin the
proof fee any purchaser waxen lights, gas jets depending i
it has an income 36,000 per annum. The school tax of Jefferson county for
improvement will be made, and that defiance of our State and Federal consti- from the ceiling. The ladies>
The building is rapidly going to decay in 1882 will not be sufficient to meet the
too as speedily as possible unless some unforeseen tutions and of the common law-law of made their toilets in the green parlor be-
of want of care and liabilities incurred by $1,000.
consequence proper
o obstructions on the route may the landand it may be added of common fore meeting the host and the two especial
attention and thus far the consideration West is mineral
Key manufacturing
appear.This can hardly be imagined for sense. And now, Mr. Editor allow me to guests of the evening in the blue t
for which I donated the lands is a failure.I paint from material found on the borders
when a company after a careful survey suggest what seems to me a legal solution room. The party proceeded the tableas -
would suggest that the present law or- of the in Dade
of the route and an outlay of money in and unobjectional remedy to this case. county. follows : the President, escorting, Mrs.

the necessary machinery to perform the ganizing the State Agricultural Collegebe By the common law absence from the H. V. Porter, of Fort Brooks, points Grant, whom he placed at his right, and
amended make it manual .
so as
work would hardly be balked by matt State for:some years, without being heard with pride to his bearing Tangerine General Grant and Mrs. Frelinghuysen,. -
labor Agricultural College for the benefitof
difficulties which arise. If from raised of death. orange trees only five years from the
might they a legal presumption who sat at his left; the Secretary of State
the colored race and that thQ names
have the courage to invest their capital Some of the States have enacted a limita- sat opposite President escorting Mrs.
of the. corporators be changed and some seed.Mr.
they' can command brains to overcome tion of three years absence as sufficient. I). A. Demens is in Orange county Lincoln. The remaining guests, were
colored be placed the Board
obstructions. 1 think I can assure the persons upon Let our Legislature pass a law requir- looking out for a location for the estabishment General Sherman and Mrs.'Bealu Admiral '
< together with others who fully
STAR and the people qf not only Indian thize with the movement for educatingour sympa- ing all persons claiming any interest in of a door, sash and blind and Porter and Irs. Coleman ; Senator

River but along the whole route to Bis- colored citizens. Previous to the any patents or lands situated in the Stateof furniture factory.A Anthony and Mrs.Logan ; Senator Logan

cayne Bay, the steam boat route is a fix- war the Government of the United States Florida to appear and make such claim half interest in the Pensacola Commercial and Mrs. John F. Miller; Senator Jonesof

ed fact and time.will prove it. It will of granted to the State of Florida lands to known within a limited time, (say three has been sold by Brother McGee, :Nevada, and :Miss Beal; Senator Miler }

course take time to improve so long a ?) and in default thereof that said of California and Mrs.
aid in the establishment of two Colleges .. years I and tho paper will soon be enlarged and ,Kinsley ; :,
'route but that time will shortened as far lands shall be declared escheated to.the I materially improved.John Senator Cameron, Qf Pessylvania, and
or Seminaries, one in East, and one in I
as PoSsible by utilizing present' tortuous state of Florida. Let a public notice to Mrs. John Davis ; General Beal and Mrs.
West Florida; the one in East Florida is Lee, the negro who murderedMr.
channels by our steamers until we.can that effect be published in every county Frelinghuysen;Secretary Folger and Mrs. '
located at Gainesville, and the other atTallahassee Crockett near Micanopy a few
improve shore lines in the future, but in in the State for a suitable time, and else Cutts; Secretary Lincoln and Mrs. Chan
and are known as'the East months since, has been convicted of murder -
the mean time furnish transportation, where. The State would then be able to dler; the 'Postmaster General andMr*.
in the first
and West Florida Seminaries, and color- I degree.
'giving an inlet and outlet to this heretofore grant a valid fee to thesfe Spanish claims Teller; the Attorney General and Mrs.
ed students have heretofore been excluded
The keel of a new steamer has been
isolated region that possesses so many -more anon- G. Cameron ; Secretary Chandler and Mrs. ..
from both. Since the war Congress .... .. laid in the ship yard at Tavares. She is !
and .
advantages for settlement prosperity.I Brewster; Secretary Teller and Mrs.. Tot-
made a donation to the State of Florida, GENERAL NEWS. to be a side-wheeler, eighty-five feet long.
therefore to all have faith for ten. The Marine band in the
say you vestibule
lands to aid in the establishment of a The safe of A. L. Disboullon, jeweller, flush deck and no cabin.A ,
time of deliverance is near at hand. played selections from "Patience"
your ,' "Deir
State from the sale in Savannah into the
Agricultural College was cut on Tuesday
We desire confidence and can assure year has passed since Congress madean Freischultz." "Dolores" and
your ."Carmen'f.The .
of which the present Agricultural College 16th inst., and $10,000 worth of diamonds
on the of our we 'will appropriation for a Custom House at dinner before
you company began shortly 8 o'clock
fund is derived. The question of educa- stolen.A .
make effort possible to a speedy Pcnsacola, but no steps have yet been and continued 'till 11.
every, ting the colored people; is of vital impor- large and perfect ice bridge 'formed
completion of a Steam Boat route which to commence the work; Tho total reductions
proposed in the ;
tance to the State of Florida, as well as below Niagara Falls on the night of the
much desire. We want the good The last squad of United States bill from the finance
you so troops reported committee
to the entire nation, and it is time that 15th inst. It is pronounced the most

wishes of every man, woman and child, the Seminaries now established at Talla- perfect one ever seen. have taken their farewell of Tampa, and and now pending in the Senate amountto ,

along the whole route, and we will endeavor the probability is that no more troops $79,839,324, of which $45,049,000 are
hassee and Gainesville be thrown
opento Price and Cameron the. Texas detectives
by all the push we can put in our will be garrisoned there. to come from the tariff and $34,790,324 ,
colored students, or that a separate with Polk the defaulting
charged helping -
work to gratify desires and drive : from internal taxation.
your institution be provided for them, in order Treasurer of Tennessee to The veteran Clerk of the Assembly, All internal l

"hope they enjoy advantages a
may been habeas
the inhabitants of lovely and discharged on a corpus, several forms and beer are aboK.
your neglected higher grade of education than can be obtained and have to Nashville to claim the twenty-third terra He should be pen- spirits > ,

region. Again thanking you for at the district schools gone sioned when mustered out of service.A ished by the bill. Mr. Merrill who ,bone
common ; as reward offered for his arrest
your prompt and comprehensive answerto the colored people are naturally ambitious drunken man recently paraded the \v>f the most careful students of
letter of General Grant and Mr. Trescot, on behalf -
enquiry. national finances in
thinks 'this
my and inclined to agricultural pursuits streets of Apopka armed with a musket Congress,
Very Respectfully, of the United States, and Minister is as' far in the of reductions it
and the masses will probably remain so and pistol, and caused a great deal of ex- way as
I. CORYELL Romero, representing Mexico, have held would be safe
to He has
for yean to cone, it would seem just end citement by trying to stab a negro lad. go. some apprehensions
Gen, Man. F. C. S. & T. Co. their first meeting as a commission, to of.another crisis
that the college at Eau Gallic $63 is offered the citizens of monetary
... .. proper, negotiate a commercial treaty between by Apopka and thinks Congress; should heed, to'the
Bank. should be devoted to their exclusive ben- pay-
Postal Savings City for information of the whereabouts
the two countries.It
The New Orleans Tinux Democrat had efit, unless it should be the policy'of the of Mr. J. H. Conway, who mysteriously storm signals which have of late been :
is now declared by the Polk family frequently visible in the financial ,hori-
last week'an editorial upon a United State to establish mixed schools and colleges disappeared from that place about three
that the defaulter Polk is not of their The
zon. surplus estimated by the Secretary
States Postal Savings bank, which, while irrespective of color, which in my weeks ago.
kin, but that he was an adopted son of! of the Treasury $74,719,827 or
not advocating it directly, might just as opinion would be detrimental to both 1
The the land
at office Gainesville
receipts at -
the ex-President, and that his real name about less than tha
well have said so in the same space. It races, and at the present time is not desired for the December 31
is Childress. quarter ending reductions. A ,
reduction of
ought to be understood at once that arguments by either. In as much as I have There 315 cash letterpostage

based upon what Great Brittain given a liberal donation of land for the i. Dr. Samuel A. Mudd, of Bryanstown, were entries 4070250.196 final 78 were to two cents will cause a falling-off in a

and France have done do not apply here. benefit of the college, and have a deep Md., who was John Wilkes Booth's surgeon and 31, homestcaders.proofs, Number preemptions of the revenue of about$8,550,616, (estima- .

and who was sent to Tortugas for acres ted), and the pension expenditures are :
If these governments see fit to gather interest in its success, you will please ex- entered ;

together under one system the entire cuse me for making these few suggestions. setting the assassin's broken leg, died last 20,251.It increasing to such proportions as to make. :;

transportation ,of their respective coun- Respectfully yours, Wednesday at his old home in Maryland is said that an understanding has it uncertain how- much can be spared
been reached between the Chester Con-
tries, well and good. They have a rightto W. H. GLEASOX. ST. PETERSBURG, Jan. 15.-During a from the government revenues. Itis ,.ti
41 ... struction Company and the Green Cove perhaps, quite safe to predict that the '
do so. But in this country the powers performance Saturday at a circus in Bed .. t
Two business blocks were burned in Spring and Melrose Railroad whereby Senate will far
go fully as as the finance
conferred the General Government cheff; Russian Poland, a fire broke out
upon Cisco Texas the 18th inst. in- work the road will be resumed in
Thursday on
a committee recommend in this respect. f.
in the and before the
a' are, no matter. what the latest edition of building, spectators
flicting over $30,000 damages. I few days and the road pushed to an early The bill is
not satisfactory to ,those who
politicians may say, limited, and it is a could escape the whole structure was in a '

grave question to tie right of Congressto The Twenty fi'eCcntings Bank" at blaze. Three hundred persons perishedin i completion. advocate liberal cutting down.,of, tariff ii.

bother a postal savings bank at all. Bath, Maine, is having a "run."* The the flames.D. I Lake City correspondent of Jacksonville duties, and they win'make every effort to

State Bank examiner says it Li solventA Times: What is now known as Alli- amend it so as to embody their ideas of
It is of
too much an impression among P. Chisholm, Secretary of the Albion U
all sorts of men and politicians that whatever fire at Moorehead, Minnesota, on Mining Company, in San Francisco, I gator or Big Lake was not a great many what a tariff bill should be. This ele- '.

for Thursday, 18th inst., caused a loss of years ago a dry prairie, covered over with ment seems to be stronger in the Senate '
plan any, public improvementwhich has skipped for Australia with $7,800 of
at $100,000. The Grand Pacific Hotel was luxuriant pasture grass which affordedthe .than in the House, and hence the tariff.. f
maybe agreed upon Washington the firm's money. .
must be approved or disapproved damaged $10,000.In many herds of cattle about the neighborhood reformers prefer to start tariff legislation *
The House Committee
without idea to what battle between Mexican* soldiers on Commerceon most excellent grazing. But in in the former body. The republicans .
single as are, supposed the 17th examined the members of I
to be its intrinsic merits, This is and Indians, near Tehuantepec last Friday River Commission the time the leak holes became choked up; i feel that they must,as a matter of party.. 1\

not true- and never' will be, so long as eighty of the latter and fifty of the Mississippi for that as to the the rain fell; the waters came and covered I policy, ,meet, the popular demand-for Fi l

measures -are first guaged by'the Consti- former. were killed. amount necessary stream this the land, and behold now the dashing tariff legislation at this session, and rather -

f' year. trout, frisky bream, slippery catfish than have such, legislation fail.by, -#
tution., Whether or not Congress has ,aright The shoe- 1ers; at Brockton, Massachusetts ,

to institute a postal savings bank.'is are on a strike. They catch Six train men were fatally injured bya and modest 'gator possesseth that elysian reason of the determined opposition of .. .

railroad collision at Englewood near field of the bovine inhabitants. At the the tariff reformers they, will probably' '
the first question to be determined. Fifty and beat all the new men brought in to ;

years ago nobody would have undertakento take their places. Chicago on the 16th inst. present writing Lake Hamburg, covering make concessions,in the way of .reduction -. .. ,

Savannah shipped her first of about northwestward aboutone which they would not assent to
insist' that any_ such'authority was Upton, President of'the defunct Roch- cargo sixty acres, ::::
in bulk to the 16th mile from the above lake is undergoing if they enough in Congress '
lodged in the Federal legislature,but now, ester, New York, City Bank, has been corn Europe on by were strong : {

so long as the prevailing custom exists.,to indicted on six counts embracing chargesof the British steamer Morretta. The grain a feature quite the opposite. The to enact such a law as they prefer. .: :'

enact such laws as'first come to hand, grand larceny and embezzlementThe was from Tennessee and goes tofLiver- waters are rushing away by torrents Auarar. ,,:..

pooLA down through an aperture about twenty .-.... ,
any objection to the Constitutional, power into' and sunk ;I
steamer Canima ran :
of Congress do this and that thingproposed bill in equity: has been presented in feet square, formed on the southern bee General Sherman denies any intention" : :V
Island Sound I ;
is laughed at and too generally the brig Mariposa in Long the Supreme Court in ,Philadelphia, der of the lake several days since by theearth's of allowing his name,to be..used as a can- l!'

ridiculed. Well, under the circumstan:. J. sfFrida. y. ... .... against the Western Union. Telegraph] i caving in: ; and to whither it run didate for the presidency In 1884. : '-;..;

ces, if any body wants a postal savings What gives a healthy appetite, an increased Company. The corporation is charged i neth by its subterranean channel,'if not Do not be deceived.( Insist" on: having'
bank here or here abouta he can have it, digestion,strength to the muscles, with violation of the Constitution of to join the waters of the Ifhetucknee, we the genuine Brown's Iron. Bitters' madepplyby'the {
wot not:? :;It will be but a few days :more
provided he waives Constitutional objec-. and tone to the nerves?' Brown's Iron Pennsylvania and deSant disregard of.the when the entire:1ab, excepting! several Brown Chemical Cam and.

t tions.-Jacksonville' Union; Bitters. laws of the State. sink holes. ..,wiU,become. drained ,. .- tike nothing else. ,



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.j i.j.jor R" wa7 'i. .-.-.. o, dian'Ag
jf! shew:mIL H.,her die igtaoraasc 01 a"a
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the Mian, his hoemrtlfes angroteq'1elveettah "Editor in!''
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lr'" ; & belief that Allah'* replied the
< V .':1lIT --1 .. CJHtm Medieal Jtr horse rem
'.. : : tree.of fnhalafimie of vol- time occupied with specially watch. the penon asking- the
) ;f'Ii him above aU other creatures.
if" lug young man with a tabe poosjba7a
may be aa fml In the

'-"" + 1" of plttlriaf.o Ha bases IDa The method in which Japanese yoa-niAvkae-m .bat-d3a fcJ

. :i( ..c"L' the fact that workmen i newrpapen are conducted Is often papa moustache, who.steed.
." .. -- tinning whera palm oil ia amusingly D&1ve'A recent issue of dcorway the editor Is In, tat
1'L ;:\ "" ".. ax. Inhale the volatilised the JHeM ISvchl&\im&-waica, like chances are that he prefers ats
Ac "a.,r .'. I fat Those previously all its native contemporaries, is printed rather than ran any risk of '
a I or weak rapidly improve. not in columns, but in 'Q'JSJ't'acame agaList you"

., ...1IIIN.... j out wit? the "Well of
Jj 'if -' worthatriaL one square blank course,yon knowPr

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..'i. -.' r Ba__. '_ Officer to the city of number of straight lines. The editor' absolutely necessary for me to say'.
_.,; i apologizea for the extraordinary appearance really and truly editor about
j published this
;. "it ;.- : an important i
:" (i 1 i the magistrates of that of the paper informing his ter that I wanted to have setUaCJ
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1.i"t ''ISf'. "::..- ., life of the population, found that what he had written w i "I should surmise," 'said the

1 .. .... _.r:'' 1RL I atIJCted with tuber- all wrong. and had to be taken ou. reporter, 'that an average desk.
: -'w m. :* victims are insidiously He had no time to fill it up with anything could successfully wrestle- witk- .

.f,....,, Y ......, .. says Dr. Kammerar, else, and there was nothing to problem you could evolve. ... .. :
.... of the moat important be done but to leave the apace with "Wel11dontt know,"eon

t x I" nothing in it. young man. "Tois ia anal:
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4.dk -- cows with tuberculosis The trial of a suit in which two question,you know, and a good :

j.I .M1 fht unconscious Inoculation well-known lawyers of Da )(aIDE*, h of our set over on the West Side J..Sj
bliII< ," fa- & ,and children who par. Iowa, are the opponinjr counsel, remind tried awfully to settle it but we-

Q ... ; : in the case of the Ut The Iowa State Bier ot a I never saw such a provoldni;. t

II ._ aiaastsi.. of tuberculosis Is being good Joke at.their expense. Several in all my life, and Jut nipS.I t
11r. sown among thousands when talking with my roommate abasy't
years ago trey were on opposite ,
... ;' : and we got real and -
II .. towns. Dr. Kaouner.'r sides of a case, one of them Judge angry

i: S ..iaimaE.. by this channel as Nourae, in the course of his argument, once aa if we should strike eathoil4:

'',1( as frUhtful a source of repeated the lines: I wool In't have' had a row :1

N ,%., ...; : the young aa he Moll/ for .anything, yon knotcause ..y k
i "j1 $ fiat! A-Y to which it is usually "rher.la a tide la the affUn of menUeX we have been in the same -.a-1
: taken at the flood,
': laada on to t r-
,- .j'' ,_ > regard it aa exceedingly tune," ror nearly three yean now,sad 1

.....{ tit... thfr boiling or roasting referring to them aa the very well- he was promoted to the ribbon uld1-

::" t davits from the flan of as when we were both In the thnasa. -t
His J. -
... opponent, edge
I Cole eager to. '
.. "In what ? asked
the hone ng f
M_ M ;
'j make, a good point, slyly responded
1 I porter. }
.h T 01' OBSTBT ATE VOMTT- that he would have <$
never supposed "In the thrtads-the threat'
Orj tfrJ};
; "ww ass ai t course of an article on Martin Dan Bares guilty of plagiarizing partDWlt,you know and I f
It; In the Boston Medical Byron. < said nothing
I It could ever make "it af"

j IIIc at.dy_ sr.. Journal, Dr. S Q. Web -. back on YJU know how sajE'tl f!
the best method of
kilos east of thing makes two feHsav/l
... complication ia to give I' awful chums."
r.dij I .. r. ; I rest. Sometimes a large Tacks.A "Ye .'*said the reprer'bit lhisf; 1i J

j lose .>>r.- : taken at one time ex tack Ia simple Is your question?" '*?
........ a unpreliendic*
-., > : *; then it ia aufflcient: to sort of a young nail, noted for its keen "Well, you- see,' some people'oaf.

If; aJaMtft, feeding giving a repartee when pressed for a reply, and playing croquet and a rover is domI ,
.e aril' quantity each. time, a close to the home stake. Now.
pcsMsaing the
peculiar'power, when
, .
sv lIJ'1 ; thus the stomach cold shivers to run down the back of having stroke he forces the wisiJ:
i .... ; a large mane of food man in mere anticipation of woat against the stake Now raay'tae?;
aslirl. ti muscular exer over Is dead but the other fellows' sjef
l might b?. Tacki are in aea&on all the .
about,and by its weight mot, and had ,
I year round but the early spring is we aa awful ta4
!".j ferrn. the r.fl-ix irritability uauallr: the time geleetad by them for about it over oa the West Side aati- ,
:+ ...' ... dlDDerparti,1 centres Many times, a grand combined etfjrt and then "Yea,, yoa told me that be/ore -":
t..- 6 jelda*;-six ia not enough; the stom .. flourish everywhere J for at least croq et editor is on his vacation.I",
!r: eked two : more complete rest, and month. Since the inauzunUion of the a spends it in the Asylum for' Fs....:

ktotma.e. Is to withhold all time-honored Minded People, bat like enough Into:;
of houe- ..
r ; I i r'r'r. ; sometimes a fear fix this thing up for yoa." .1":1. :,
sp .. Bsaaegal enough, again it re cleaning every thorough housekeeper, "Oh, thstawful jolly., flH-
." with long experience in the line cf .*.
cigarette .
K .....wig three days ; then it will Zi <'.
;' wader to use nuarldat: enemata. duty, ao takes up the carpet aa to re- ".so, thank. you, I mm overall. ,

!ItW" .' vie4lt'' has been much voj<iag lain all the tacks in their original years old.. Bat about this.;* enejsil: ".;.'.,
i place*, thus preventing its sllppir You the is eIc.e'r.
or., -ulna very annoying to.the I. from the shaker's h3.ndf. unless tha? stake?say" rover ,.... .
eat that lumps of ice held in tie ** t
y tack breaks "Yes"And.. _
or his fingers give Oft .'
litll l ; floes s this and generally But the triumph of the tack ia not the' next player knocks..*.'..''
to Tie vomiting. After the "
... : complete at this early it against the take?
stage; patient
1 shorUy be hid sa!>iient rest it ia I **Yesi!-
ly abides its
1 time, and on the relayingof "And;thou the
ITJia !: feeding by the player aller'-i'
J, carpet Issues forth '
., r caution, giving a 1:ttle with double claims that the roveria dead?**' .:'"B-
It.. Iu- Milk and lime water, force. After searching the entire house Yd0.. tnat's it; and they eat.

L!:;. I.... determine' : teaspoonful ball- for a paper of Ucla, without succces. Well \--i.
.. the day, be first tried every it well the unfortunate mAD falls: on .hi* ,'* said the horsetreperMr/:.
t f-A whole being be ; hands and knees to begin, and lmm v "I should say that the mn who f*.

f!I that no is mistake can Increased diately discover four tacks at least the first knock dawn ought to wia*, '
a to
: '
- ;-.;. btesithrt la I I rapidly. and aa he roll over and sit dews toextract "But they don't knock each oassr.
*** these finds the rest of the paper down. They don't quarrel at an.1* 4
"y OQ said thia was a erDqattt pal,
la absolutely directly under him, and then unless '"
II'1 brat m I he Is accustomed to put up stoves and didatyeu1? -t
and Entts. "Why -
t- certainly. '
4i -- Md isc-. join stovepipes the chance. of laying And tey''diid n't quarrel?" .

., ; thianiti+ ).., has a cornet ban the carpet en that evening are allghc. Why, of course not." f

:. w ld'-7. :young ladles of social Ia selecting tacks from & saucer he "Then the fairies are indeed kiss*

(, and keep/, always Inspects the points with his theory goods clerks.. We anthem atf.ht'
'. a.y defy. forefinger, aa the tack
instantly loses no advice."-C&coo IHbm ':
ass teal it* restaurants in its head when they come to blows. j

laser body, the dinners daily In argument the tack la sharp and Eclipses fox ,

aidg.esz. 15&). pointed but the display of either or 1883.Daring .. .i

i :. IIIIM.wJ c I'' their goodness be bota depends largely on:the amountof -
{ Y' the lowered t they go to Paris. pressure employed by its opponent. the year 1S&S thee w.M

:o, this fiat.. said In his first sermon In direct contrast to a good joke, the four: eclipses-two of the eoaa aM 1 *';I
IR III tewk to.. desire ia to see all amusement generally begin before of the moon: -as follow: _.I

IIsI ; miffs; caD'. these, he thinks you see the point, and this fact Is easi A slight partial eclipse of the sMsa,- ';

Jar=kiln avoid. ly demonstrated by walking the floor: April 22d invisible to thlartsrpsvtioa .
< HIi. in of North '
> hlatorian, Leopold von your stocking feel,a well-kept roes America; viaihUtsiat-' ,
on such an occasion averaging two I Pacific coast, Eastern Asia,AusBalav-
tacka to the and Pacific ocean.A f t
square foot. The
1 s' third volume of his future ,,...- .
! ." It will comprise of the tack giver gnat promise of mare total eclipse: of the srn. May f .'
,', 'Xtttsburg. Roman extended uaefulnesd and unlimited visible chi.fl/ on the South Padat
Tat+dding,In Empire, and poe ibilities, aa several of our meat ocean.
Christianity.: }
have been
eminent college A partial {
profosaora. having eclipse of the moon October f
recently by. were destined
carefully studied the 13th
di effect of a sharp and Ifch. visible ia Honk*
Oar pire. The
nun latest
furnished sign tack of reasonable length pled pro and South America and eitteue .i

lii : seven haads years and wh-.naCroydon a for.night evan I II I about perly in to introduce a chair or tacks under and a do act, are western". portions of Europe sad AJIia'' '

;' a few IIlht people to attend hit with away
I spring-beards in our Aa annular eclipse of 0-
college the
w AzMe and working clothes and I .-Eetro it Idea gymnaaiuma. bet lAID, 1
;, threw away if they pleased. /Yew. 30th. visible In pan on the PsdTL:
i. traveling would probably have i coast; also oa the extremes' 1"rte !
edge of Asia
and la
North PadAt >
h hug the r. if the experi |
4wesia been cut short by the Christopher Dresser Ph. D., h&a ocean. ; beginning; at Ban Fraaeiaaeat. |

...1-,, t and sentence top y written anew book on. "Japan" with 3h. 4Toi. P. at; the sun aeUiag-at d'

iDc..1 IM(;a ,' shillings and costs for a what special the Japanese aim which have la to set, forth moment of greatest partial eelipsa. :
? 1
IlK language accomplished
:ww; to a woman. in
._0.d"- hia, architecture art and an man KaJ .GeDeaI SIr C.M.MaoQiejBi., 1
prison, Arabi Ia a D&
t1UeL ha.
Dr. Dresser visited Japan puhl.hed thrxiW.$ADss 4 !
OB*night : I courteous manners, se the guest of the nation and had Ox, ioodoa, hia MWandedaae-la,. j'
uncomely, with a ten "
unexpected B.t1oohbttn
Allegheny ... sad. snowlness I all forma of opportunitiea its art industry for studying, eonrideraalt: ,freah 1IQIk iatesaoatab.i that| coo(t imassi, tcountry i(
: and
]awe Usabe. He should his
a work
f man which Is st.
I .brought out of which lists y
by the very
one .
.might :; ctals are Inecrnta-
Lancawa. know
LoDdon. ia the
daU. is the most: ac was .. ;
of age,some of them curate. and complete account : :
nags*that ,of
.L...", .. lie 1 1 .. ed.:while is reality Dele indostriea that has yet appeared Japer. W IDeA seldom l&opto *M ..*., .
,.. tumid :.thirty.; Ha, Is The volume is adequately illustrated. 'enough,' bat they cerer tail s. stow ti

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...,;-iP rtJj; ..&ttt....i..frairnysspr _a the bat Boxy mot! hlaaon little home.8he ter-maker. ,
t I'l fii j..l. )$J1f1.t: : : 'esd Bielt Tier hiuie u.e"IIacn.UT t'Boebenrise ,_. ,
.. lots
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,' handseftiipe+iie-ee BUpptr.Doyle'a nttte Petrel was moond: lf Mrs.TJqyle John Harrison -eagerly",
.. iiipII1IN1.adait Mnl/pa al. g:". boxes of plant from. ,h..>,r.winter-threat. ioaprovesl :
wtpew/ft uas sad pweht. --e, I family always liked:him; bat arVr found her sister of less aasistanoathan Bed little garden,and was sitting by every incident faom which he might

>ItplrOasrewtd. tfrrsBtt ft J Lady Delight; was-,sixteen, 'his, firm 'aha expected, ,. she made' no com'. the fire,. mending her mittens, when derive Information. .Then waa a i
:.TI--....&bftds tt ptOBtftt its way..AawUtsjesaajy ban -
''] tread: was often heirdf on the plaint., looking subs law Back'Severe clergyman who came,every Sunday ,
.: jMrtia a.* tHsc; com. t
Ztt tump flm a. tteakssBiliiead: floor, his ringing laugh::under the. "Let him take Boxy! ;,if he's such a Ins into the dooq.art:. He was bet,fling to thevillige'toborhocd officialsiln the'......
Are..IM>M a the....n1.IIIIIDS.YJ&eIIa low..!.,( He walked :ou the shore fool as not to' know that 'Delfgiit is before theoold wind. ; and having heard af the sedrulous

Uae we f" 1. t '' with her sometimes whan the children worth in.oth.r. I ahaU be suited," She rah to the door.. application of the young carpenfc :
.Jut Art,sdelaatf old:OMaa's_,..-a't.nl....4... -apt.- -: were not with her; or the two I rowedaway with a-pursing of>the eoane lips .and "Oh, why did you come out BO soon r, he'c lent'. a manuscript copy of ProtSaundf r .

Tat aasdow ortbtwortlatma t toward the sunset and p&rtedlinperingly .a grimace of the harrow forehead.All -In this weather ';You will take cold rain's' discoveries. The'blind .

dace,oa ttw foMBotiTe rwhVttfc in the moonlight. the little world about Lady De..; and die I" she cried. Professor'!had prepared several''.'lao .

_. fccadtonsapead oiar Iran'ns4. "Yau'll be, taking Delight away light could see how matters ran. The .a I had better I think don't you ?" tuna on natural philosophy'for'the,

1Jkanvbae;tir1ww'........wtMa. from us some ..dsj. Mrs. Doyle,, remarked brothets, who seemed too!>> rough or a-ked Rick, taking her hand and look- use of his students but they 'ware .'

east anr.a powers oa ward goad fixing her black eyes on hlmaJwply. too young to understand, were very log into her 8)'es.Lsdy never intended for publication.-Young ,1

aratgn 0'.JWI1iDI em**,itimeim 10....sad mil sbsdv won Hind dill glad.iIt I .":- kind to her. The little bays huntedall Delight remembered. Harrison now proceeded to* copy then -.,

".I '! he replledr day for great bunches of wild flowers Boxy has gone she said. out, together with 'the
..- yon 0Ia with clang and roar; ._ r> hope so.. fearlessly ; away, dlagrama.Sometimes ;(
-A7.a1aShbe av.aatalas gloomy shades, and she was fain to turn: away, halt with which they burdened her, "I did. not come to see Boxy. 'Idon't ,indeed, he :peat ;"tha ,r
1rISa. ear tt alekly bean along ..retted, half flattered. '% for the sweetness everything seemed care to see her again, ever! Ob, greater part of the night in writing'or

Bat Yttgrtaie of every,trios and elan;' "What shall I do.with children. gone to poor Lady D slight. Ben next my little Lid? Delight; in the long drawing. As part of hiaboainsaaha. r'
rhi.I..- .view dost see near
.Tae........,et......-. -t I -hen Delight merries?-Tom, and older who hated to work in the garden nights so my death I learned undertook to.survey .land, and to.re} }
Ned, and Ben and Will and-the- faithfully hoed her pinks and that I did not care for her a jot I pair clocks and watches, besides oar .

-o.p.TbssrtraorwbloblBckmalaaddwaUs:pon this mlHtjr pica ;' baby!" for soon'then:, were eight sons tied op her vines. And Dan openly loved noted but you. In those dark rying-on his of a'carpenter.. :He BOOB 4

XbMa a?Poe 8IWJIIr'I tad rayi under the roof tree.. resented 'Bsxy'a Interference in his weeks I, have wept like a homesick obtained a considerabla knowledge of 'f\

,As featly.cklme tM diatsat bsIk; But come what might, Lady ,Delight sister's affairs."Mighty child fur a sight of your purple dress what bad been,done Ili .doeka and ;,
t Com view lt"&1'Ud17.1ft walla fretted ncr frowned. She takin', she thinks 1M.1 and golden head. But I knowhowI watches, and ;was able todo not only .
itsjplllan, ball;aDd gibes never ,
al wltn her hair ,klnktd ar, an her have treated you. Can you take meback what the best > #
profeaianal worksra ,
rice '
embroidered flannels
Whisk an BO ncaUj.dattly wzonfbtWltbovt baby's :
OCA law to nest the clew 'swung it toAleep: in a hammock]made tongue always*waggin t Handsome I ? had done, but to- strike ,oat entirely ;
"I ''
an talc beaded atranftb and czaes. She ain't no more handsome than a hoped you would Jcome said
O/cr of a fishing-net played with the new light ,in,,the clock.and watch ;
Aa rooad li upnyn gently OB horned pout," and Dan spoke sincere Lady Delight, simply. "80 I have
twine, taught the others to'spelln" making business. ,He, found, ,- .a
CIa yom not BM,ia ootllae bold. Just stayed l :
ly in his
prejudiced Boxy
Ta ifcadow 01.the. workiafmaa fOo crewed for the"whole' family. Only ; eyes was method .of ,diminishing 'frjtftien J by '
.' .. no attractive."She j
,SMk'ilM": lofty mooatala( heUht, she must have her-evening stroll with ways won't never cut me no bread A First Battle. adding pendulum a,joint whereby. to the ,palletsvof' the '
Aad there Nabotd the glowing toeneTb BicK they"were made
*Hrtrt;fls:Jand craving path BnnnyUl sleep, moths r. I've had an1 butter an' if she slaps Bunny again to work' in, the nature 'of" ionic .
A boy's "
first c
battle is '
when mother ain't lookin' I'll'tear a great novel "
The rlpfdlag lake*,the auado groin; him out in the fresh air all the after- I of a large radius, without icy sliding ,',\
2aoh. _8'7 of tae nroipeet' ft."'. her old n fDed gown !" put in Tom, ty. He has read of battles school, 1 ,
as usual the ,
ncon., And I'll finish the little jacket upon teeth of the Rh eJ. :
all throated with useful,bur lift, and the
one of the twins, and Lady Delightwas accounts have left him under !
Wbananea ttoe gloomy wads werei.... for Ben in the morning 1" and the the He constructed a ,clock. upon.therecoiling ;
too weary to reprove the child for impression that to leave the field I
Wears rate rere! one wen rU?. sunset would gleam across the golden principle, which 'went per
bad manners. She only smiled faint. with half your head sliced cilia a.. '
.Go a
.lost opoir all eurtn's broad lace fectly and never lost a minute ;
head and purple dress as Lady Delight within
BepUU U.&'art and aatare'c plan; response as Dan's brown band stroked I usual and rather a lucky termination fourteen '
,And Inarr.U cold relief you'll ace flitted away to meet her lover. her golden hair and Tom hung around to the scene. Bat when the real thing S'r Edmund.B.vears. Dennbori that. \
Tae shadow ol tbe workingman., "It's plain enough to be seen the says .
has and o f.
'.1 : ,f".j her waist heavy and loving. come gone he does not he invented this method in order to t
way things are goitfg and I'll have
.4 ; But one night Boxy went down to quite know how; for he only saw a save himself.the. trouble;of going:u .
sister and ,1
Boxy come with
lily live
Lady, Delight., me," murmured Mrs.' Doyle. I'm the boat mooring, and flounced back dozen yards on either side of him by frequently to,oil,the escapement of'a ..... ,

--- ', not going to, be left in the lurch this bout 8 o'clock evidentiv,out of sorts. reason of the smoke and dost, whilethe turret clock, of.which he read charge; .y

.Agaiden haired little'girl In a purple way." It transpired the next morning thatBick noise of shouting and galloping though. there,were other influences at t,

dress=you' would not understand 'So Boxy Reed came from her own Rev re had not met her, for drowned everything except the cry of work ,besides.this. ''But.this most important i,

perhaps when you heard them call crowded father's family to make one word chanced,to come that he was a comrade struck down quite close t o invention, at tnii early period
sick. him; his facets' all over grins and of his '
her Lady Delight, until you observed of Skipper D yle'a. She had curly life was compensation pen t
her graceful, exquisitely'modest manner black hair; she was 'plump, she was They do say it's small-pcx,but maybe smiles, he feels every Inch a hero.and dulum. Every one knows'tSXt metals. ,.
it ain't," tatd the :boatman who boylike, wishes to share tlae.p1ea ure. ;
expand with heat
,, aDd. ..heard the.fine. enunciation other coquettish. Mrs. Doyle plumed herself and, contract by .
4. lounged in the doo.way and chatted 99 we get letters' in the papers, sent cold. The
sneeotu Hardly the place yon I on her young relative's graces. As : pendulum of, the, dock r
would Ok for either-* tumble down I. for Miss Boxy, she set her cap instantly with Skipper Doyle originally to doting parents, therefore expanded In summer *wi
hut, half ,ftah.man'h: ) halffarmhouse at BIck. But it was that Inalfnl disease, and by them i romptly forwaided to contracted in winter, thereby,interfering
which RIck Revere had somehow in the nearer t print. And in all. this I with ,
on the flats of Jersey. It "He's engaged to Delight," said the 'regulv"gota& of'the ::.
was tat t.; a brown, dot upon the wide Mrs. Doyle, in a low tone. his intercourse with seafaring men there is no harm. The boyish grins clock. Hoy gene 'had-by hie cylindrical ".,
contracted. The town authorities Interfered will wax fainter tfter his second battle checks
:jeUow aands, when r the!blue sea. "I don't care" answered Boxy. removed, the gnat irregularity
j' and obliged him to be removed ; the third one will be looked upon -
"tamed fie arising from the
: of white surf for miles He's the only good-leoking fellow [ unequal lengtha
from his home to a little stone house as a harder day'. work than usual, of the
in a line upon the bare salt ahon, and1et around here, and I'll get him if I oscillations: but the Dendulnm
there wen other brown dots, with can" far remote from any other habitation but better than "fatigues" and "or was fleeted by the tossing of a ship at

..now and then a, more pretentious Delight overheard this conversation ; which stood far down the shore, derly duty," until an army composedof sea, and was also sublet; *".to a variation "

' 'house, all the, way to the town'over but Bick did not. He did not recogclze whither his proud adoring old grandmother old soldiers comes to trouble the in weight?{depending oh the parallel -z.
went to attend him. She had anxious parents at home with le'tcrs of latitude.
the hill in the hollow-Belletown.'a ;Roxy Reed as bold and unscrupulous Graham,the watt-known ;
had the disease in her and she so few and far between that the fact
jathergay seaside resort.. At least it ; the red cheeks and dimpled youth clock-maker' invented the merenrialcompensation 4
had a pretty good hotel, and summerboarders shoulders and veil of curia east a would not have Rick left to strangers remains standing' grievance in the. pendulum,imslating of ;

from the'neighboring cities. .glamour over his eye*. And at first It "The small-pox I".shrieked Boxy family circle. a glass or iron Jar.filled:with aelek-: .

'The hotel waa the: Larch house, was only offering civility,to one of the "It's catching I, And he was holding sliver and fixed to the end of the pendulum "

where Lady Delight's father, SldpperD071. family when he took Boxy out in his my hand and I was sitting on his knee Physical Exercise. rod. ,When the; rod,waa ..,:

., sold, his, fish frequently ; but little white boat, the Petrel which only night' before last. If I A.tt: +e*'< lengthened by heat, the quiokaUver

his daughter never came thither, and was large enough to hold but two. taken 1t, I hope I never shall set eyes In a recent lecture before the'Edinburgh and the Jar which contained tt ware :

.. Could,. ;I>not. have, 'IZnher ,nicespeech Bot the girl was full of animal spirits on him again that's all 1" Health Society Dr. Charles simultaneously expanded and ,elevated .-1'.
and the of the and buoyant lifewhich was exceedingly "Well you ain't one of the faithful Cathcart pointed out the important and.the centnof oscillation wag ,

city people. Her neighbors remarked attractive; It.was plain that Rick kind such as we read about, be ye?" part that! physical exercise played i afrom continued at the'eiine distance '4

this, and observed that abe was "likekw'8 was soon fascinated. remarked Skipper Doyle dryly."I the development of the young the point of suspension. Bat the ''II'

tk r."'who was nteulieDt'&ad .'She is full of tan, and witty-capital wouldn't have my complexion laid down these rules for its >regulation difficulty to:a certain extotTrttuin' *

refined. The present Mrs. Doyle was .company. I don't see why you spoiled by smallpox for all the fellowsin : 1. Physical exercise should be ed nnconqnend until ijrTUP& took "

not'intelligent and pined: don't like her" he said to Delight. Christendom!" returned Boxy conducted In an abundance of fresh the matter Inb nd. t He observed that ...

Shrwas energetic and nonprossed- '*I did riot laY that I did not like tartly. air, and in costumes allowing free playto all rods of'metal do not'alter" thelr "

-or, aa the neighbors' .l&Id. "drivin g her" answered Lady Delight with "Well you'd better be a little useful the lungs and of a material which lengths equally by. heat, 'orj "on 'the ,

and scolding. ," 'and'perhaps It is nol gentle surprise. as well as ornamental, since will absorb the moisture, and which, eontrary become,shorter by oold.but1some ;, :,
Delight has walked herself off her feet therefore should be afterward mosensibly titan othe w.' ''. '*
to b. wondered at, when I add thai "No,but you never seem to care for changed >
the good woman had seven sons and her society. You hardly spoke word with that teething baby I" responded flannel, 2. There should always be Afterlnntinuat6leespriunentsHatr 4i

honestly endeavored to. do' her daty all hut evening; just rocked that the Isklpper,who made no secret of a pleasant variety in ,the exercise rison, at length composed a frame :

by them They-were not like Delight dreadful baby-" not liking his wife's young relative. and an: active mental. stimulus to give somewhat resembling a 'gridiron,'cut ,*

but they wen her' brothers' and she ".The isn't well For Lady,Delight was lying prostrate interest at the same time. 3. The which the alternate. bars wera of steal e;
loved them allfrom'the threeyearolttwins baby inteirupted in her little white ohamberaboT" exercises should as far as possible'Involve andof, brass, :and so arranged,;that
Delight "and mother is out
worn The but fierce excitement had those which expanded the moat
to Dan who was fifteen and oldenoagh with toothache. all parts of the body and both were
to raise the potatoes-and catch utterly sapped her waning etreog th. sides equally. 4. When severe. in counteracted by those.which expanded ,
the fish when his father was ill-as Privately taken she thought Boxy.might It was net.the teething baby it was! character the exercises should begun ) be tae least. By this ,,means the pendulum n
have care of the child under i
occasionally happened. ,The'taJnlb'e0D11other the circumstance an aching heart which had so worn gradually and punned systematically contained the power of equalising ,"

: OLI I beg your pardon but silent breathless continued at the Simi absolota :1
from irodlgions labors of Mrs..Doyle yonknow way among her fatigue is felt. 5. For young peoplethe ,
who raised chickens, cultivated I'm'Dot partial to babies. At pillows. times of physical and mental distance from the point of suspension

asparagu*, made.butter: and sewed least I prefer them asleep,looking like "L onely, suffering-and he will die work should alternate and for the through the variahous ol 'heat and

\ straw.. It war strange that in none slumbering angels. By George 1 but and never know that I loved him better former the beat part of the day should cold during the y_. Thus by the year .. {

>of these undertakings Delight 'had ii's fun enough Just to fear Boxylaugh. than she t., selected. 6. Active exertion should 1729, when he was only 2S yean old, ,a

ever been allowed to share much.Mrs. ." Atd now her labors redoubled byDelight's be neither immediately before nor immediately Harrison had furnished himself. with /

< .Doyle,, though; the mother omany t This" speech hurt little Lady Delight illness, and dissatisfied with after a full meal. two campenaUon'clocks! 'in"'which .
children had no taste for the : It did not sound like Bick Boxy since affairs had net turn*,d out all the irregularities to which these' 'f."

.care of them. ., who she knew was fond of children, as she wished, Mr;Doyle fell out with Faskion Notes. machines were subject wan' either removed -' t
and who had been tender and w.
always her sister. or so happilybalanced, ate .
,"I eau't putter around all day withthe considerate. But she only said: "You've just ilayed the mischief, metal against the other that the two

children, Delight. You have, a uY_, she'had noticed Boxy's heariylaugh an' done no good at all since you've Catb.are little used, tiny frills of clocks kept time together in* diflkriiit'parts ,4 .. ,

knack at getting along with' them. ," and "No she could not -go been here, Boxy R ed. You'd better lace being preferred. of the house, without the variation

Just keep them from under my feet today out in the 'Petrel to-night, and certainly |lust. pack np an' go home!" Roman striped silks are employed of more than a single:second lathe i.

for I've got to get the eggs and he might take Boxy." "I-will thatT' pontttTBoxyandforthwith for full-dress gowns. month. One ofthem: indeed, .l

asparagus to market;, wash,churn and Soon, so soon, then was an end of was as good as her word. Stylish costumes- made with which he"kept by biai:-'for: his own ,{

finish' off a dc zen.of them straw hats." the sunset walks and moonlight row,. Rory was soon gone but for three high square shoulders. uses, and constantly'compared with'a !.,"

Bo 'Delight;, ,winning persuasive Rick and Delight drifted apart,: andsue long 'weeks RIck Revere lay terriblyill Ostrich feather trimming is much fixed:star,'did not vary so m1l asbna- ;:

kept tae four smallest boys under her never lilted a finger to detain In the little stone house far away.Secretly used for elegant wraps minute during the ten years' that hi

rule,while she ran with them up and him. "I never knew why he loved for Lady Delight's sake, Corded shlirlugs in single rows and continued in the country after*.finishing .. ,.;

down the :yellow sands in :the blandsummer me,",she said to herself "and now I Skipper Doyle exerted himself to obtain clusters continue favor 'the machine. : a ... I:

weather., When she was six do not know why he leaves me." daily news of the sick man. Only Plain black silks are in greater demand """ J j ..".. ,'"_

teeD; taller and a'little mere sedate e, She was always outwardly calm his lId Irandmother'llntelUPDoea 1d than black satin or surah. Two nevi* the matter i An Irish* :'\
Rhine stone and
she. often"chanoed to'mett RIck Be and gentle. though sometimes faithful can'saved his life and'pre ornaments. man tried to shoot .little. :chipping I ,
in for hair decoration.
yen, who trolled with them, or took sight of Rick and Boxy together, she vented serious db figuration. They are vogue bird with an old, Queen Anne mnakefc. !'{

them, oat ,in: *his boat. The Ran en would tremble like a leaf. They had heard, at last, that the red flag hid Red hair is decidedly fashionable, Ha fired. The:bird,' with a n' i

were aaon prosperous thaI;the Doyl61ithq come to avoid- each other-to look no been taken down from the doer of the and in arranged n severe simplicity. chirrup or two' flew: away oncon- ,w r,

had'more fishing-boats: a larger mere into each othcrV: faces ; it was stone cottage. Welt was better had 'Elastic cloth madejbf'aockinetiidemand in. ce rned In the foreground, and Pat was

faraiy7ahd tileD Grandame 'Revere' far- lees pain to Lady Delight at least, recovered and come home. for Jacketsand bodloea swiftly and noiselessly' laid 'on hia it.

.wee DeUlht'KodI8oU1"' It was she to be apart than to be near. And.Rick Lady Delight a very pale and ge oJabota and fichus of mall and lace spine,in .the :bactgi+etmd. Picking :{:

who gave;,Delight,her pretty\porpletiressM' =Bick knew he.'was wrong. I tie lady. indeed hid come down from promise to be as'much worn as.ever., himself up and shaking- his. fist at" the' :

: in the autumn a fine merinosinthe can only'say In his excuse, that be her tiny white chamber, and was goIng k One of the late caprices in the way bird he':exclaimed,-. "Be ,Jakes-", ;ye '1'1

spring an organdie; ; taught her was not the first"man' bewitched by a quietly about the house. The family of a bide pin also forms abouqne- wouldn't a'chirruped: ..if. 'yeNt. ;beenat' t f:

to saw exqnisltely.and enconragfd her wily 'and handsome. girl from alle- had greatly missed her finishing holder. feiaendofthognnl" s".4" .
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:i'h. :a4X. =,,..,',...IlE.. "F,:t.M'-'' :!.r'7&.... ,: .' A.t almsst-ereey Lent. .'19: providing for; .0on- -mir Tallahassee_ correspoBdcntthemost MERCHANTS' Y car
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'YQIiLI1a ii =TART TUU D.U tore there is an. Canal bill comes from certain ""!...
the Ship
'C-? .*,.'iF."* ;*'*' *' '*T *. ". .... th law rmg of.weaty-wo 1fJU to to afraid that so large,a land DOUBLE DAIL. y:; ,...
........ 1I 1 that on the parties a who are .
-tUjMBllffrf-, jf* : ::: .. -. dal adrettbeetata I provides ..\
C:1U'l71a.:: the
cut off their particular p.
will I.
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.* .In June electoon grant
J&, t** b not.nexetf4ian( : next, f
,<, < ..\. '** & *,..*:*.WAfcM, posed to have the enable the people to vote lons" from the."ahai8' of the public Elegant Side-wheel
' ... >\ think they ought
,.. !: '-; .......... let tbe'' a Constitutional Conven domain which they >
eras b
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J,,;.= .' "" ..t..r; <>,"" Constitution for ,Florida have. It fa to be hoped that when the REGVLAE MAIL.B. .
ri' T,> "ot 19'psc A-1I t advale 1; '
Sm such objections -
}1'f''j' and to elect delegates to biD comes to be considered, ,(iA0.3L BIB.,Capti-a.(4 _
r. Lpitasifia.taahiaspaee caDII'of complaint
:. \ ) :' ; m.agaaraa vote will not be allowed to have any .B.PLA'T. .W
'i- ,...aIa.... vrz law tbsa allowed ,' providing the Capt. ,PI2 ,:
, 'i.1 I-:} :CA81dDlIG&na11'uweW/Wa 'aieeoirDaatid. by me to designate what it shall be held. The bal weight. To every proposition to build a .A UTA.Capt.U.H. Brock. --

r: railroad canal no matter: where it fa One of the above-named steaaeni
bear of can !- or ,
idRor names
K gaa
rvaeas.eaM .
A.a.==r .. legal advertisements De Bary wharf foot of Laura!
r'rfj."ct' affzrt.east publications ::words "Convention" or located or how'urgeDt its need, IOmebodr eept 8andayatS pm.fbr PJ t

;4';"; ;It appears that our legislators are at dally designated any, ." If the election results can object thai it doesn't benefithis I'ORD.! .ZNTZEPRISx and au .

. cap' IaIlUAt. The"short euV to aConstitutional of this was to Convention, the Delegates "section.',' A railroad or a canal cannot BO3A.Capt.J.L.Amazeen.FREDERICK !i

r ,.. ..'. force the people to in the Capitol on the first pass every man's door, 'any more DE BART.CaptLso,' v' ,
} : Convention pared8seationthel5thistj.Iti' the
embeUiest and after a than every town or village can be a county .... "
politics accord with $ WELAKA.Captain J.&w-nomJ, 3M
f, .y ,. .. iJl''yeas, tration. It was been framed and adop- site. The thing to aim'at in, making One of the above-named '; it J :art

: 'agSiast g..,.. This .majority in the ty purposes, and published ; and at a time grants of public'aid should be to secure leave dally except DeBary Saturday wharf loot 4 3D ofw.ii p. 111. '

f*',. 'r"ltl" wllCbe n balwarb eI rralrEagth tow by the Seat OD.aD election shall the largest benefits. to the greatest .'nun f'Palatka..,r.and Santord w.Railway Enterprise wharf at Si. .-..' ,
! ;; Wl In the Home and the strong' presuaptionb administration. ratification or. .rejection bar. dJat.e1ad1Dp. ,
f The sum of 'And one of the mOst powerful arguments Connects at Palatka with florlday.. .
also too .
:. the branch ofI high, Railroad for Gainesville and Oeala.
that lower .
... of the Ship .
coVer in proposed
-.4. '
tbey.arenow. i1 to expenditures Connects at Aster with St.Johan '; -,
: Uationwffl give the iMssage-of theR and the bilL* Vial fa that its benefits could be claimed Euatia Railroad for Ton Mason, T ,,
; reasonable burg and all points on the Upper
;..t 'bfll proportiooally Luge' majority ., "section"and limited to locality. 0eIa "Y a4
a fixed which we then e. br no no Connects at Volosla with,. eosep :N
/' We are aoi disposed to quavtl with think *< M Of course some men's property:would begreatly mond and Dmytona. 1 '1:'

"., A,Z mo r to whether the' taf' the public,were and to .*f laisalfratioB. > increased+ in 'value.... by it/f: ut road Connects for Longwood.at Sanford Maitland with Apopy tlmsai' "' ,'!*-
law .
-. or the loqg use be aid so that the great- to repeal creating with such a .canal in operation every Orlando
then find upon : ; has steameaforLakeJeesup,8sltLsq'sU! ;
.(i.- lytobe'8eslydeodbethebetti reached' tion of those already acre of.land .in Florida would be ,en- ledge and Indian!KiTer. : "'47 I

!1t: /Anoti er'thlnareq diuigthe attention ; assembly. .In,places of lahced in value. The taxes assessed Connects at Enterprise ;
rate was fixed at Daytona and New Smyrna
.i:! 'of our.law makers is the',"liquor LAW. but it should. :be made the Company's property ,and the Betnmlna If all steamers
. now, a upon W.J
efficient. We admit every mon and \ !
Tltfoi iA laws appear: tin. be the most that in some few percentage of its gross income which it and 9 a.m. mario' elose
if perplexing to....-Qe.: In a free country accomplished as much as 8..r.nnd W. Railway lot, J
: would into the State Treasury would .
rate higher. For pay East and West.jt9Throagh ..
:,' i but that be ,said 'f:
:f*: .libel thb m.JaW.n _shaltnoi_ the rate allowed for can lighten the'burden of taxation in the bills of lading given to an sk%'. ".;ij
':, eat.Udlorddnk'I DJ. as theeftcissreeonnosdsoWytothe institutions 'whose remotest of the peninsula and The steamers of this line are an tai*' Vi:
readjusted and the, corner ; in ,,
labors have blessed the every -
c:.: ; : individual We think the prices : the money which it would be compelledto farther Information apply at &sssi" _':J./?

';: indubjing. But when toy individual vertising should be expend would oil the wheels of trade Ticket Office,corner W.&WATSOs.v--Bay: and Laura SBssm: ?;',f' r

1 indulgence is carried to such an'excess astoaferttherigntsorothers'of too many men have been State. The advan- C.B.i'L'iWICXGen.Pua.pac..r ':"'
'' should be a fixed throughout great .01
! to the amount of
, society the lowest bidder is &ag 'of'a public work of'such magnitude ',
a newsy interesting paper ...
The commission* .
Vii of the public good,then it is and spent
fa that its benefits could
tions and would not possibly
'j" right that the law shall step in and say delinquent, to : as hard as he might be restricted to one locality t THE WEEKLY FLORIDA U.H, ..1

'un.Iar shalt then no'', I be equal to the task of Published every TBCXSDAT at l.iCUOnJJli; ;
3; go anjl fa9hen"To to him would be but : If there'be. any erious'or'vital objections florids, by IL B. MCCALLUM. o-"iP
this end make th : the small appropri-
wftfftBrriish manufacturers
5 ;': responible for nxaking or selUng equitable set ,apart for this work. to the proposed enterprise, they THE UEKLI.U I !IOJ .
. fix the charge for must be urged a higher plane than
impure or adulterated goods Hake cannot be voted to the upon Is a large ... Journal of h .
pM ecty of each i this. If we waited until every "section" solnmns-In politics Democratic,MIl
{ the vendor:the'tett "
** + **' "" allowing two lines pt'its "share and every *individual nstfce. The cream of all the current...
. t keeping.ianbv.oAnng ;f orb. impure : be paid'ut in salaries, he collected rOm
t_the description property had made of day every portion afar;
-owner sure getting
: world DV and k&r
sum to be applied telegraph comspondmss.
,* orjs .-Usiatedoodsjotffar adHng line required in ) "even": with every other, no railroad,canal looted from the Dally. to all .. eGb
: pure goods to idn6rs''and: irresponsible .in hand. But we think much care Is also taken to make (
of individual institution of f.
any I highway or public any .
.. parties except on an order from awe!!- benefit to 'the State kind Agricultural DeparhrafEdited
each issue. This would be built Jacksonville
ever "
:. .known" rapectable'an responsible per- I appropriation to the bu ( by CoL D.Un>Mosn>) ::,..,,
reasonable'charge : Hatei; Profitable and tnteresttas ns4Sa.% fcfl"
/ son. Let dtaikennesBdisqualify bylaw about half the.rate, in a condition to greatly' ,.e.a THE UNION Is jut the paper to r
;-:' ,any p...._holding any position of : of operations. It is:true A Large Gold Bar. friends of Torasia and Brevard C'J "
rate now fixed for short trial of six months will miry; ,
t hoapr?profit, or trust and let crimes : four mfllons of acres of The Bank of California lately receiveda strate. Subscription priee per

and misdaneaaors perpetrated by personsunderi&e'jftflnnine. is charged not exhorbitant by our best, and granted many mil bar of gold weighing 511J pounds troy Six Months 100.' Sendiiorsamnleesfjr.THE .,:k

+. ;; of wines, liquors, tnDaieni commer I corporations,but tit and valued at $114,000. Its length was : DAILY' "M'h7f

etc 3>t iawfmUy pronounced at there are a great deal 15 inches width 6 inches 7 inches.
an aggravated The of depth Is the same size as the weekly, erwitsMstl

\ .. 'casrsuch ,crime, ''mtwm-nor. tising to policy the lowest [ if there were not the It sore; shipped by the North Bloomfield full quarters elec .rtispatefce locals.*8tata.news..turn.%icarefolly .

etc.'Some wise and well regulated leg- much Interested' in her Hydraulic Mining Company Smarts- m&eellaaeow' SMtiss
.' itself,since it wed each morning (Sunday ezeeptes) l lHazletlnes .
+ f .illation in this way while preserving the belonging to the Disston ville, Nevada County California, and fa Block.Cor.Bay and Lama stt
reasons why '
dpt'elf every Individual under"a free h'l cater:-settled" up as she said to have been the largest bar Jacksonville Florida. Price per year
.. .. all. The object of .gold 8.,months; 1500. S months US Imosll .'.
government- .would put.every'Hub on its !were 1 Id. 'It is by, their ever cast in the United Stotes. Send remittance by.Post OAee order-- publicity to the *
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'IateJedlettertoH..B. .
'own bottom Del ;accomplish end Improvement that'tJ. e t 4.e1a MCCALLUM. .., 'T1 '.j
advertisement. c', 'JackuonvffieV*!*. May.US1 r tt" I .
'sought far better than prohibition, local and a R" is IncreWof.pop- THE WEEKLY NEWSwill I
; option, moral snssJnti, and the other in'those its consequent increase bf L. J. CAKUllE.s 1IfflE
papers be issued the
sphmes for thai : by ,
>- holding inebriety 0 in check. most /we want, andjthe "

The present system'of granting 'a liquor general vtioeh.iiID aid fax1 secur AID SAMPLE BOOB r .
some counties in t Cincinnati Hews Pct: Co. ,
license_to.any.and: every one who may,be six eitca no mattefwheth- ATTHJIt: ; ';,'
A able"to.'__ the.I requisite''amount of DeWIIIpub: to beet:bowed IIFlori= The First Week in January.It .-.- .- .. 'co.'H!

; "ahsnp p 1Di. purpose'.'of raising J;i a are with three. limited Some of .labors 'find them upon ,LUND. .PACKIIG. HffNiTituSTiUe .-,: .

r. revtaM for the' State],,fa but oflering' ,a would very be unjust to to 'the State or private ,

premiun for the vi* mtaaiffn of crime lished at the county ioorporatiauIL, to'" '' will be a Democratic Paper devotedto FIRstLlss 1ifd 'J

and moral degradd m. It attaches no circulation all no question that the *Bu- Politics, News, ,Marketlr Agriculture : :
over '
responsibility to any ene.-y d much good, and and,Literature, and will be edited, with "
lower for the 1
Choice iaatf
Umms act
There.are-isw things more conducive in be, as. little question the view of making it a desirable Family. ,,
I,: 'to the c1 elopunt'of,a county. than'.goodroadi paper county published with only a of doing great deal Newspaper. Beer alwaya on dranjbl.2ironcEi1'K hi It

.. ,..jjlaeglands, ' 'x ..""

are very desirably but how.very much- to,llve.., .THE. WEEKLY NEWS will 'cater; to the .
would be '
mote so>>whsnmade_. 'easily ttq .be. reached_ c untyt large unjust to ; catiOD in the: law as requirements of its readers. It will thoroughly U.. S. Land. Office% ; GainesriUe'November361WI., __..' : t

by aood vrosIt> apparent to the tising to a small wisdom mayseuggest; 'sear I discuss all live questions of. the ( ;COMPLAINT having beea.&ere4

'mostcssual:, observer that.our.present mote corner lad and place a larger sum'oJ day; It win give particular attention, to Office )for: &h LTGraj! 'Hoqhis !

! .' road system fa inadequate. !the:accompUshment few of them rather, .fts-QonUpl, ,but kill it, the gathering of he'n ws. Especial care Haman. abandoning .

: .. __ ..of.. thisjDouch: .teiIled-T end. vii lished in the county not.be said that .Florida :sow be taken in 'cOmpiling the various Entry the iota No.S, 8 5210., &JO dated Section)(.17.1817 fir.To, spit ;,

good: roads.?The' present- .
' : c eratidfensppeais to us as jjhdenjocraticandmrjost. in is to a goodly space will be devoted to Florida with a Tlew to.thej-cancellatlsa.max.
I .. .'. Inthenretplacetheti Ui. a county; ,'e11 agriculture, .General literature and various of said entry; the said partici are bsnto' '
tiling let it be
,the CUREb summoned toapptazattkJs4flev'flSlMB
: : ION
sits-'amouai\Clf'J mattes fitted
.. '. for the family circle llth day of 'elsik:f
.. culation. Fix the .' .from : JanlU11883r at*W, ..
;, 1D."ie "nq"uP1icet pLobrtoiittbitii such work it wh& retired active; will comprise an ..Important ;department a.; m., to respond and furnish' tet dmoay'.

i ,. .. pu d..Ji7 _T. price which officials : had Missionary placed inhis the formua'hands of the paper and it will be the purposeof concerning 3"Jt JOJqF said alleged,.* abandonment.JlJI) ;

: IJOO 1rWr' B nply dependingOTbJad for.their services vegetable remedy for thb the management to so edit and publish :

ylabcirlOT'aiRipport'does as the work to.that cure of ConsumrA THE WEEKLY NEWS as to commend it to LAG>tAaai'SToi.Jan. t.1K'j,

:: '. much artod'often1farmor work to wards ,'';C t rb;,'Asthma; anc.! and:make it a,welcome visitor, in Having received! large etock.oZ; :'
::. A JJ rf .'WI r i"T. i4 t-rt. ;oqIdO** *"' b'2elwapaper Lung affections, also a h uiehold.: tones, I am.re'a: gooisat,tist< |:
,'\' i' :r54lo -'"* : cure for General ,De, j r Floes rices:
., nrifcnbor who- ..perhaps ma'.have..nofaninyThs making fortunes complaints,, afte' ;TnsWEEKXY.NEWSwill. be:'a, large Side, p'eerr bbLJt 'i :1

.owner.is the its' .narto, :ueaI and Grits Hudnut's '.
: property man is'notr a 1IIitH 1 ai d : 1bly'tested: wonderful' containing aixy-four columns >lot .per b1i.
. # who>eoeivis the sweater benefit to'be derived ir. thousands""of caaeej rea4ingpaatterprinted on a,fine articleof IsOrri, white.pa.ia l-: "
;- if,the fortunes of ; ; & m ;tt knosi;, Ground Food sack- *. "* *
| .. 0 ; tQ calendared per
NSB good rondo. roads
good were possessed by recipe,with.fullazi papers ,,.u ...?. ,i Oats, bushel sacbTBer stick :IW

' :. add to!:__;:.alas t his property=We not be rich to hurt;, : taadplreplartion _use: :In:order to reach a11e1.it..wiij.i cbe 'Wheat, per sack'. U ,

f thinkthese n iefev3eat d : eold'aat the oUQ fing low RaT best We OO pounds ;i
men"whO ao more' ; treatment r ,,-r. r pet irJ!
trust that tkiy sayl appearso to our newsPaPer mm: i )"OQfrJ ?BATES.OF.SUBSCBIPXIQNi:. ers, best B Iaf po> d. ;.0 JO
., by:I turn mail: ? f'tr J1I
: you A
Ieghigon,.o 1-t' ;j"r" single 1&C.
: copy, fluj
o .
lcx .
...,.. mentality more addressing with r, M yI.w- "-j
"" : d : Asclab of.ten copies mailed I 0.0. .
A writer in an exchange'says: "I .disFf country than the tpjpnejjNBfe
t; {:,. cxmn4!!Wr"t ttid is therefore-wok : :drwBedenWrdB'U",, ': I office onftye it R.tJw.r .: :'U'1t9 fitter:, Gilt ,JUt I .50 ,':
A dub of II JI.
i' rr i twenty copies, n
i" .bemad to1llt h in the pay forU1 % ;: ; .9JIpcatro
'thin ,
.,- -' 1 ease, f.-"f.t- M-, ?*k" j ** ,
! pound,bUt thought simple public I .e itiet2e \J' U .1 ... noq 'onaandL I'I--.J-"(' '*' ,
: ''' "I' w'r,'..', A club 1
4 r that k'wia a tw; 8 tojm e a 'stir :We: trustTlonda-* t 'Io ue;uaedID (Ielring"' of,thirty,copimailed. }o, q .Ii( slated Sugar, per pound, J2) .
| about it'TirouMss ooiL'have poplar picayunish plan of *,HUbborongh'.Biver'r bf post-office; one rear -L j titt 3oods delivered an 1

t .. ._ ;ivr jwci <>ui -..l'i A club of forty copies, mailed.. GiP@ .... ys&sssrp" 1 1
1 ;, btsswpod, or ash as any Bother kind .of printing to die .. .. '. toonq!
I v ;l "* *t ; post-office, one year s6K
timber for ; live to ] now $ '
fenceposts.Iloiveriakjeni i thassled newspapers ; -at work in. .- A. :
c -
I' And Forager dU1t' ot' 15 -IJ3S0N, '
,1 poitiaaiiiigbeeneetseveq which an amateur fa said to;b '* thui' : I
.... : per copy peTannum. ** oduce COlh.fiil 16""Mercbeet ;
I r years that were r sound when taken. putaswhenatttTiatiith. ford. Bather let ,1'li. j"oJ"I: .. ,.
.. Sl'1.
L J 'f\nd in s5dltlorl;Tea ,WWL -t j
; .: po d.'v rhne couraged to make e.-. .... .. ,. r, __ N\nr "at- YI11ft:;:r"_. _"'..... : .. '.
a ., jl be mailed trei tor \ r.'f' .
and weather seemed;.to-have_effect on paying the3.a. : '$ ,t ttQt, .. .il her" one-ytarr rio'- ifi'penoaJanriU'raI sofa rtDiif the' fircaT of ..
; blob
, them. The can-be for less pnblItCuiolir= : 1of twenty' d:
past prepared ...Ib1iij.. Ii' or nore annual ; : : ;
i than two--' M ce.TMJis* Che re- ...tllIs wlthwater'tltui' office subscriber at tfcde t r :.iiit: ; ;; : ,1

, .... dpe: Take opissd linseed op and stir in Snow lieeitw* & i fit! r,,"a h r: and forward their,names and; -address -: t .-'-.....,., ..

pulverized cait ftb,thV tfoHsisWcy of Chicagojrith. i signs ::;; & ...1\.. .. with the requisite amount of money tJtl -f' ","

.. painth:: codbf tIIti". w : 11 -I.'. asberabovetanleofiates.r.. ". u..IIGS: .Y ....JU".Hdt.u
Address .
.her;..th&o. DOfr .:t& I fIi11 s 1fft.tok. ; 'U' ':nll Wd .tSJmE W tfr'X-iJ.WB, : or...."41 4f.t_ ,
:,'-. .- 204 and JOG Bace Street .00 .. ... n '
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f jjl peol&1., rs't""r1': ,, : + .d' LwL i.a Ji
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waINDIAN BIYEB, FLOBIDA.. 81i, ..FriBl 'Shades, Dry,Goods. ; .

"....... ....;. f..... 1: .?:'" 't.;. .' ; The"r Fait' :UfW-Dntt; Steel' fcf""CINDERlSLLAr.Hull- '. &BENEDICT
.AT.I'HB. :
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I 0"
.I Mrs. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. r',":.. .
-"' 4R"1 Having ample and splendid acbommo-

lotions for Passenger and Freight; and '
to Orders .
STORE. arranged expressly for theMail Service Correspondence. ,.. -
.. ...... and iVaTlgatlom of this beautiful earning Goods. .
.f '. ,' .;! ... River,will commence making her *
TITDSVILLEFLORIDA.: regular trips onor abort from the Jint to the Banning In cOm
Deoembe ',.1882,between are offered to. Dealers, ._
Meattd Two .. .
._t s .N.... ;'o'I ; .i i

.- : -_... """" ..: '"": ," "'. TttBivflleawi Lake Worth! Leaving. Housekeepers. !*..1..-.

....' :Jo 0 \... (Touching at all Intermediate Landings), '

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r.y. :
:. :. :;-" ', ;: : ..:.. .. "' ;: o L :-' In order to. your wants, limit COlt.of goods and' ..you... all' recede

. Tiie'Old t'and Most Beliable'Place of most CINDERELLA perfectly safe Boat afloat.probably She baa the AH freight what you order. +; .. .5 ',.,. -. +
.. ,".- -.- ... son's wharf
each )
three separate and distinct Hulls a
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..:.. .8'?IT. '.., : ,. BIle hu also aU the modern appliances son ft Co., '"
and improvements of steam engineering 4

.. on Indian River, .,Dealing .inNone &co,Ac: J. PL0W BRAN& t

Gienef: ; lY c adiSe1' STEAMER.DUCHESS Nearly completed, will mike Beeular' TXTUSVZUJC and Vegetable Manure.

Connections with the. CINDEEELLLA, Dregs, .. .
.. '
between Fancy for the use of the fruit and vegetable growers of'
but ttrietty fint-doM. goods are 'Tttneville and lIJrDa. a heavy,but sound and healthy growth on growing trees/ ;l
-..'- Perfiiery, ( with the food needed for heavy crops of lath ,
Further particulars in future advertise Varnishes A ') stock and vegetables a luxuriant growth and .hi the
.. bo'ught and sold at this Stand. ment.mjlheimdersigned size and quality and early maturity. .
kept by a .
> '-' .' : t _._ ""
desires it to be distinctly strament- RECOMMENDED PINE-APPLE&. '
understood that this line is 'notfor and not on .-
4 a day, but for all time to come" i Kl- WHANN & CO.., ,

that it is put upon this Boute and River night or day W11mIngt.a1.Del..

Bemember Dollar, will buy exactly ,and as a he permaD&DQ1.Summer.respectfully asks the.and countenance Winter; .by .of the tloop "Agna tobra9yo.a net of the '

-.. .*-. and enconragment of the people to sustain W. 1
t in his and venture,
him enterprise .
$1.80.wartIL. promising on hia part to do all that lies General BRAND. .
in his to make it mutually advantageous -
'' power to aU parties concerned. ;of Ormond,Agent for East and South Florida.

Established In 18T3..Address 22tf W. A. I O8TBAMDEB.SOCtiOiW .
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W orders to M CH Oil]! 50 CtL OnlY! LAY! '.M "B'' a:

"'.-.\..let n.nirHtTtrSlit
The Headquarters, Store, I Elegant Pew aid Pocket Bible. ..w ant br ..U k r a I.tt.at.ys.Tl >rna ,'

); I L Gar. ,
H Ceuta Only I
Tttnsvflle Ha
This is by far the handsomest and best NOTICE. ? S- e.

Opened for the Season. Tltnsville U.8.'Land Office Gainesville,Fla.\ ..
Bible for the money ever made. It contains November 10th Noy..ber.188t. .
A'maD"wbo is interested in his own / .,
ONE MAN'S COMPLADTT hating been entered at this
welfare. will be pleased to know thatANDREW both the Old ,and New Testamenttranslated Xaturaltit. Office bHovnan jaflah L. y against Chas B.,
some respect for abandoning Ids Homestead
\ 6JBSON out of the original ,tongues : shooting Entry No.5311.datedlfaj'7,1877;upon
Keeps the finest'oysters 'to be" found in atgmy establish the lot 11, Section 96,10&11 *S
with all the former translations diligently G.'T& 35 and lot 9 Section 36 Township 31 .8, j
TltsuTllle, Bange 89 E,Brevard county Florida
Arm.I 8KKVKD DC ears.TO SUIT PATBOK8. compared and revised.. Only Celebrated t In all colors Lion with a view to the iwHfttk>n of said ."
entry the said parties .
( i
and ofceotthe1
0 cheapest
It baa a beautiful doth cover, handsomely I'.t House o :Barr to appear at this :
Plain and Fancy Cake made to order. variety,suitable day of January 1883;at 8 o'clock p. m.to "

BaJceft,Bread alwayt on hand.Alao lettered in gold on aide and also respond said and alleged furnish abandonment.A testimony. concernIng .y(

a fluitrda Barber: shop.attached on back, red edges and printed ,in clear PURE. JOHNF.Boiuv8Beceiver.' S'V
1OOO, BOXES type containing altogether one thousand 1 00 allan II NOTICE f.: ::
FtarMa TIm vxDxzalexsu wm MIl at pjibUe .1.
Oranges, auction at the door of the Court House'
Will be given away In Premiums to sub one hundred. and, thirty, four paged ware from the at TltusvUle in Brevard county and .tic

ICIibe L For particulars,address ; A Hayden. State of 1'I0dda..the.lIo real estate '
TTgRAT.TI PUBLISHING 00.' Bibles no better are sold.for twice and ., Nick Nacks to>wlt: The 8 of8 wTof Section .t
r _r. 17,Township 318,Banm 36 E., on: tJM f
i Tams,Orange Co..Florida.YOTJ : even three times the money we ask for On the 5th day of February,1883,at' 10:o'clock, ,.i
B Pipes '
." In the forenoon. T.J.COCXSHUTT. i2
this little gem."Aha.dsosaagf. OlD '1Iform December 7. 5w U. .. s:.t|

," forfiaday-&hoolteaeh- Ala. I "
Where are going
you ."
: en and scholars ad OM acre to bepriud.EvangeStt. The usual & Parkinson 4
) SIX months after date will
going to India*River t.have a good present
Organs Is for& cannot find his Honor J.A.McCrory,Judge of the -t
.tmewith CARUN and hit nmmodioui price be can I stores In Ti- coonty court of Brevard county I'la.7
"De wonder iy low ftJIAiag so baanbfid to either a fair a call and yon final accounts and vouchers as 'Executorof "
SLOOP "ELLAr"NORWOOD'S: etm&e got.sp so efcqp."-Obtener. interest. But the Estate of C. C.'WI)"",- ,late of t
this has never ..
said county deceased and ask tor a fuel
If you want a Bible now is the time to For the SLOOP discharge U such cor.8.1'.G&uj.

send for It. One copy of the"greatest. of secure established them EzeeutonMISCELLANEOUS.. -
Fast, Hack Line we July Mth 1881, .U' .. .
all boOb" sent postpaid to ,any address ness, twelve ;
I on receipt of 60 cents Only. Address, The O on the Indian > .,
and to this we
The Meefeet ,aid Meet Mrect UVRXD STATES PuwisHDre Co, prosperous SUPPLT OF" NO MTJjrkJMMJj 5
basis, renders
ROUTET.Tltilavitesud 49 North Ninth Street-- be the very ., Dry Seeds, :. der f

IndIuRiver.CARRYING Sj ly .' Philadelphia;; Pa. Wearep '

Tl3>5 U 8.MAIL.THREB ., done creed It,and and = .:: btMW' Va.a = ,1
Valuable :property our IOTIOIS sterywbere. addrerWUIa8168R i.
and lOUdtIanot '
I ano organ waahtaato. D..C. ,.
hr Sale I .
ple. .
trips weekly between the ST. .
Thirty acres of land in the City PointHammock. Our 8. .
losu aDd IXDw)Lvze Splendid new galvanised on every & .bUo sad aDr bopM thai to:P--vs HYOCI. ,, ., :;.'
Leaves Enterprise KVXKT: Monday,Wednes&yud low as the *to the fbtore.st .
Wire Fence around twelve acres. Five houses Baa a&ncelftda04 TMitlntim tokeep
Friday Morning, arriving' ,at Hundred young and healthy Orange trees counts.have" ., in stock a full and complete stock. otGra.

TitnsvQle.the. .lAD. day. Forty bearing trees.' Beautiful River The"One ,1 d aeries,Boots 4 Shoes, Hail 4 Cape to .

Returning:. Front. SUeeres as fine cane and banana to trading buyer and and is : great variety and General Merchandise l' .
Leaves TUotvIDe KVXBT Tuesday Thus.day land at there is in the state. Adjoining and discount of every description. Ask tbr..tri.- :

and Saturday morning, arriving at the land of the Hon. Wm.. H. Sharpe. customer &of Dry Goods you may want. ODe Pdee&0 aD. Caansd i..r i.\!

Enterprise In the eveningsAddressW. Here lea good: opportunity for any one bottom prices.Advice t... than any' Goods of every.deacrtpdoi aspeehlty.LUMBER -: :;

;S. Norwood,I < ...,.rTITUBV1LLE desiring to make good investment, ees eompr"
Buy quick. at Mfc. per .! .
FLOBIDA the place must be sold. Titles perfect.Partieslntending In price Is. ,8" w :
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Will be furnished to order on abort nodee
to purchase caa make gansare on a SO1* .
C. J. HECTil enquiries of Dr. G.W. 1101.or Hon.I Deeds the IS" at $18. ))0 per thousand. i
: .) behind ordl *" each.I '
t Y.'B.8Iwpe. :For terms ndl furtherpaiticulan : band cannot Yourselves LUMBER 4 IHIMLEIAlways .J;

.1.;: a.address. P. Perham Quit: waD ML 41m6V S )
Hardware and
on band. : .
;6wv -* ** "- y .ttt':. mam Ga.or B.aPerhamCltyPototFla.brcomferwithOapUin advandnff. el.
V* V r nc; Peter Wrtpit of UOIIDd&again rule C. HASRUKI. :4 Ct.. :

General Produce., the fast sailing sloop "Mistr who. will who boy now

.. --- carry parties see the property.OYSTERS. contracts Just LUMBER!
?'( 1 \.1 i1i will enabMi m Will furnished' to order ooskortaotiee. : 'l
asdlJy --
at$18.00 thosand..,Dressed has-
o.J:1 .; eta p per -l
< U"'oJ< .. .... ... .. A". ons. Y ber from tIDJO) to fUJOOp'tloerad.LYMIER :
= *, Ji ZEULEHS Sets Grand ;
IIrsI1rn. -'aH' ofF ''WlnIlalpO, ,to--br stessw, I&YlelDOwlD 4: .RINSiLES.always :.. :.
Pbnot lIDo ell..... .
to all points oo the Indimand St.. John's I )rudest lastal> ,. .
..lWlorpDo-. Every"" P. ... ..... ._ -
Hooseeaa.- :
fats bet bedded Oysters in hip ortUofdea. .w. ffiJed. '
-aa FOR SALE!! ,
"'.1 "'H ,, '. rm also sip Turtle to order.. ice. l -iat"' bIr fa' 1t
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., :tr1, .. -f\ ChrradtiiaeompMtB ;the unspoken .The words, at ::1-' .

+ ;.,M''J. '..' 't' Glrtihanc. -. -.sLove: 'ly, turning bto easel to tMewan.oatooocceaithefMeuponil. lithe antanna. >>Titao.. hard t rtsuadst.'stand not-.* ...s-a tebk. srjsstmake The.sum or. iii!t't:
... < 1'hII l'! ",I1I..". .. .
'' ,that kept ed in the manufactureaf
I4't Tne
? aame power '
deitined to
however wa unhappy -10
;1'. '; .; .,,-OrtstBa... eat:; 'alone:. at 'bisfeinting ::!aiel, :stratagem be of no: avail.HavlEg", : bean marked the child In my,heart showed me: into "Do yon I look so ?" he asked, gayly Birmingham Two hundred(Ala.) ditty/.., '

i "t.r ; :aad aa be painted h. .by the intruders-one of those cordial,' ,,what aha would ripen1' "A for the marriage, ..It.DIY it Is ititted andquake ari
f'! #-" iU'jHghtvaar: before whin b.. to did not look at him now but>> at wish audio gratify his dying
1'Yi= ...... .j.. .,.. ..... weD-meankig people, good-natured She father'a : occurred during 1881 of.
I-' .waaa i peor.'and a straggling '"; net but little delicacy cf the picture aa aha asked in. a low request i consented-before 1 knew '
a degree, with in winter "
: were
In'lImA' ,
I ",'f'.i; ,eaiaiMig t'""*" that. ",race-which moat be' .percepUonthe action at ones azouaed voice "And whom am I thank for my own heart" Here a quick, vivid .
'' 1 ;t .;; i---.;.., art and itabomois ?" but she wenton. and 41 in *nmm.. {.;.
honor into herch..ek.
r..IQ.- such an color shot :
; i his aarlomt7.i A. lacquer for steel..
r!' ,f{'\t't'; ,"there happened to him something bad i :"Aha'master painter," he aid,..U "My name ur Hubert Carradine," "There never wa love on my, 10 part of clear nu Uo$,...j i

,which"neither time not.toil \ 'be.u1"ered. and saw at once that It and his-well,money !S more
side on
i that 15 of aandarac
\ a laugh,"let u* 1If'.bat It you ; and 5 of sir
I been able to flaea from hia memory hbr. "And nature. I do .
Pi WM no unfamiliar word to than love with some ,
t"Sf' :
work at by ;yourself till it steals, away.yur dissolved in pure alcohol t
Bi ,k ...... taa aesaiBg-along u street aY and ear*. Only one peep!" yours? Through all.these Jean your not wish to blame him." .> applied cold. This Tarniparent.
eyes Ii
wreaths'of fragrant roses suddenly. ,fell face ha haunted me always. bat your Carradine's grasp tightened on her, .
y >fcf in won h that. he laid bas hand on the __ ,
I.: .t", w ldsbead;>and; "pj up name 1 never knew" hand Unripe
vanes eontaUlarge
:f ,eer,,.he} beheld,. reaenlng out! from frame ard, receiving no forbidding She hesitated a moment tben "Leilia" he said "once your answer : quantity of extrict.j-y

+ .1Iae.mpert. of an over wordfromCarradlnetnrned around. I bar between,''when I spoke .
him. put a .
turned to ash and phoaphorlb
: add
!F f loud in ,
moment .
*" haagly6witidow, a child with fairyUke The next he wa l'beD'think : surprised out of my .
I' : "You never knew my name word that were :rtlon of alcohol the ,
'+ !; fl..% proportions,with great, 4&ri8j. praise.Bnt. of me still as you have thought heart. Would it'be so now, If I should .
5:w ; '.... long curling black lock, who ? who 1* It. Carradlne? If it la a I having, a* a rule, a soft of., ,
; : ? love
I 1;.;: tell where
U1rcwIDl bim
; .1tao4ftj aDd portrait me "
F aid a halt smile lingering about her life will you come to me ?
The blood of elhg"taceana
; 'colored and I will if It 1* a seven day lock.in crab and
F' } klirtetr from her curved lips, but never lighting the great "Will I come! she repeated,

t 1""'' !,.oo:r,: ., .]Iko$TpomeQan.' WhIl..h still journey dark mouth that was shaded by subtle sad- > :"

fl.: :;+_/ .. pnsd la nurse'had eome:forward and CarndlDelDilled. The look the tone transported until hi*'mia silently folded] about to have thel&lDe..u..
curtains (I"If I' knew where to find nett. ton and the",same stfeita'
.: :: diawn hechild, army;ab. jnsyelf, Carradine beyond all remembrance of h. .
f little crew I should not be hereto found his love at taste* the water they
was okesd, and be saw snob an original, into the unreal And 80 Carradine
i, place or circumstance,
1:1 ; fure ao more. ?.* tell, yon my good friend he answered realm of .imagination' in which hi .last ha not came conatit '

(of, 1>Baob...the vision twit the artist evasively. ruler ppHow water, and thus shows a1iperloritv

'J_ !I !rJo: '. hadearried'ro1mgIahismemoryIni ''Oh,.fancy Ik.tch,1I said the other, wish wa supreme over that of crabs. *t
; : a Boy's"Brains.
k.Jt / 1 have thought of yon always as to Develop Tne poet.m,rtem TTiml
i; aeooa4 misled as the artist had desired. ."I .
!'k' hi*aafaaory: iDI7.forh.f..lJlOrit' ; life and love," he said, half ,. ,
.> my my mulatto woman who died
have saved the troubleof
,: glimpse of the child. Thafveryday might myself -

i:; .' f aa aeddent oceurred which kept asking. No real flesh. and blood unconsciously, his dreamt deep gray She An incident In the school-lire of a Cincinnati revealed a brain,

f l ; ,; Jdm'a-pneonar. 'in, his room for someweeks face ever looked like that-the more ayes glowing upon her face. In' teacher, as related by herself illustrate 61 Dunces, There are on:.
blushed suddenly and then paled
t.f -=r. ;aid when :aezt' he went out shame to nature, I say Of course Juat'theD her former our point. She had charge of. a two brains heavier than
q.d. 4< the ..house Bias empty>> and a placard yon will exhibit it, Carradine f pardon entered the room. school in a country town early in her Cuvier, weighing ;64.33Aberorombie' otmglty:.: -

.with great flaring letter announcing "No. answered the painter quietly am'Leila Auverney,' she said career and among her scholar was a *, which w

f k ; '-l It for aala stared him'in the face' ,from hastily, "and this I* Cecil Wynd- i 1 boy about fourteen yean old, who ounce. The mulatto was not

'h. t : the same window In which the.littler ."No!" repeated the other in sur ham; my-my betrothed husband. : cared very little about study and ered bright intellectually yet-II.

r (- white-robed elf bid '..at.ood.rtul. prise. "But, my dear How, yon Not another word, .was.said. Aa the showed no interest apparently in any acribed a* becoming Uu is::1;

1:,' bar and smiling to him. In Carradine connected with the school. Day "thoughtful and reserved Bi.
. bands must or I shall bear y your secret, young maD approached, .thing '
I't' 'f. oouiee of time other, faces appeared and you will have I"armof visitors Ml back a step and looked at the two. after day he failed in his lessons and been a slave. ;

I: : +il V there, bat; they were 'strange faces worse than plague of E..ypt, let lIP His was a fair handsome' face, so little detentions after school hours and A new method offttortog

I ;;: and*among them was never th.one upon Jou.1tCarradbe marked,, as yet by' time that It.. notes to his widowed mother had no proposed ia airtight cylindenarlof

i Ij .t'. tpr-whtch. looked. '/ $ ; f hesitated. A chance would be hard for an unpracticed eye effect .One day the teacher had cent sheet iron, to be *Q<.led: aftrr.
,I Now. a* Carradine sat painting word in,his friend's speech had suggested to conjecture with what lines the him to hi seat, after vain effort to tlal exhaustion of the air. J&

t. alone, he :thought .f aU thLt; ot the a possibility that made his shaping chatacter.would yet stamp it. get from him a correct aD "er'to that wheat, flour and bread a

rl fl'i y., struggle that had ended at length in heart leap in spits of sober reason., Nevertheless, with one keen g-ze Car. I questions in grammar and, feeling or seven month have...

i success -'of>> hi'hard; 1IDfrIm did boy r and fu excellent condition, and that
; i,'fou are right," he ale "I shall radine estimated,both present somewhat nettled she watched his '
s hood 'and:of the beautiful child:with > I Into account the security f..."
: send ,the'Picture, for exhibition.. 'It ture. conduct Haying taken his seat, he
, ';. her fragrant :!Gee-moW'I1. which' had will be better so." She said a few low-epoken words to pushed the 'book impatiently aside against dampness, fermeahtlwy:

$: .- .seemed almost likes prophecy. That After his visitor had left him alone her companion>> who presently moved I fend espying a fly, caught it with a. tack of insects and large ve

1 : .rose wreath, dr7'.and,1rlthere4, now, again, Carradlne'bent'' long over his toward Carradine, and addressed him. dexterous sweep of the hand and then' and other risks, when sealed.. .

all that left to him of the fair "I haye'th. honor of speaking to' partial the li
4 : was was. easel,g.sing into the lovely;upturned betook himself to a close inspection of :vacuum new plan .
. x" vision but when the .morning, in Mr.Carradine, the painter of this picture economical.than ordinary ito
;i ,! : face until it began to fade into the I the insect. Fcr fifteen minute or iTT
, ;-r: turning over ,an old portfolio, he had gathering twilight. 'd' ?" more the boy was thus occupied, heed granary. :
Cvradlne bowed without speaking. : A }series' of test at .Boeaea|
it chance It spoke to '
;oou upon by ,
-if!" he murmur:d to himself, less of surrounding, and the expression
*hlm of 'that' by:gone day just as eau half unconsciously. "But'it' cannotbe. Will ;you pardon me for asking if It of his face told that It was many, to determine ,fake.

? ':a*, when its blossom were Ia a fancy,'sketch?" continued Mr. I bituminous coal in.I the-
it quentiy than idle that aeseed'his
Yet I will send it-nd per more curiosity p
i;; t fresh and fu1I / t Wyndham. II mind. I steam show that nauhe&etsctr| ,
'. _'"I: ght years'ago," he said, thought hap*-- "Partly to,' but 'suggested by the ''ing 18 per cent.'of wa',? -Vjf:9'
,And BO the picture. ..sent, in due face bf a little girl," answered the A thought struck her, which 'she .
I J W folly; letting the shriveled circlet slip 'I cent of ash, evaporaUffti 7 ,
time; and it seemed almost a* if Car artist I put into practice at the first oppcrtanlty '
I x, % through hi slowly "3he meet water of fnl
t *fingrrs per pound :., ,
; .It radine' soul had gone with it and "But the likeness 1* so very striking that day.II BC J'8," said she,' ?
1 JY 5 be sixteen now-if she live. If?;:No, same coal with only 8 per .
drawn him ,to. follow. Hour after I" muttered the young gentleman. what can you tell me about flies?",
: : I'do net doubt her' living water made from 8 tofiteam. .
4 presenceaomewhere. ,. .
a hour, and day after day, he sat 'in the "I'mast have at any rate. Of course and calling several of the brightest by.
: r- I ,wonder'where aha 1* Making due allow ***
t gallery,I scrutinizing eagerly every you will part with It-at your own name she asked them if they could
I- !Y. now and what she iaUie at sixteeitf" moisture by reducing a s'qi:
face amid the visitors, whom taste prleef"L tell her something of fly's constitution '
r N ? Wilh thatbe: placed the wreath be- or fashion had brought to look at the "The picture 1*'not for salt," ,said and habit 'They bad' little "T jiiii fli s iiriiinl.fi. hum _
aide hill easel bad began paint The Carradine, qul.tI7.un regarding the there ia found to be a_dlrwt.k r
I I ; i now celebrated artist's latest success.Eveiy to say about the insect. They.often
: ':- bee aa It.pe.on; the canvas freaeatad nighthe weaitawsyuneatl fled, ;young 'man with that cool, ataadygase ; using wet coal, of li'per o Lr -
did ,
( '' : caught1 one, but only for sport and "
I. a young girl in th.d.WymorD- which had already caused him tc Gordon's n.w
and every morning he returned with notthlnk it worth while toetudyao common huge drT

14 ,, Ins. blurb- of first youth, with:shadows hope springing afresh in his heart. betray a heeltatioh almost confusion an insect Finally she asked the machine ha been tried at Fait.,

I ia ,the great'dark:eyes,-,, and a half the object of his March whatever his usual confi -
1 Btlll, very .unlike easy dunce, who had silently, but with wioh England., anti ,ht,j
., .. :aboat.the' bright, curved lips it have been doe not dence. He seemed to hays Instinctive
F may appear an kindling eyes, listened to what his great succees. It ,m hitai ll 4"..

n ?.' I JIb.aa embodied summer. sun show?. ;" and one I day, discouraged at knowledge that"the artist was schoolmate hesitatingly eaid. He Swan lamp..!n& a atate.ntcence.

I r .. ir,irafthm.that. the artist. pictured hut he resolved to go no mere on measuring him and to shrink 'from burst out with a description of the ejhilpowwwmcalled.into bu'a, G(.
i r: his Ideal of the chlld-woman, whose ,
ao fruitless an errand. Shutting him- that measurement with unconscious ea fJJfa .
head eye, wings and feet of the little ;
I i.- infantile look and; smile' for eight self in his studio, he began to paint dread. creature 'so full and enthusiastic Inventor believe that only.wMfcerator
I t: i-{ loaf jean" had" bienhis own dream. of but,'strive a* he would, he could com Carradine saw Leilla Anvernay once the teacher was astonished and' the' of ,.eleCtricity .oapsbleof,.. .,
, before she returned to horns -- --
:. mand neither hand nor fancy. Finally more
------ whole school struck plying from 5000 to 10,0001
! .Curadine Dot had aD easy 11fe.t he abandoned In a distant town. ,Then'.he took hi wonder. He '
".. >. "e tired of repeated' failure, told how It walked and how it ate lamp at least the problem of<
, ;:. r Ai a u.fro hllear11Mt year nor work, and yielded to the impulse picture from the academy walls, and and eel electrlgillamninatisgeaplaiIn

I ;. '\ : i... sad unfriended, be bad striven hard which drew his steps in the hung it in his tndio, where his eye many things which were entirely the .
;1 ; toi' mesas inherent new to hi* teaclur. So that when he machine Just tried the .
I the to gratify.that direction. could find it whenever he looked away '
customary had flnifih,d she laid coil remain b.edo. -;
It 1 :t:'t idolatry 1 for; art 'which wa. always from hb work. For he did not give : Thank you! "' .vr
When he entered small side- '
,, You have riven : magnetarevolve.. ,
'I. us ai'reel lecture in %
; clamoring to fled expression in form up work yet among themselves his Y-R '
; -
;' room In which his,picture hung he natural history and have learnedIt I The, celebrate Qo *1thoriginally'
" .sad coloring.J...He:had: fought and he friend pronounced. .him ,an altered you
found but two within a all intend for '
persons young yourself.; dyeiag,
I ,badwoa ;-but now, at 96, he stood I man, and marvelled what had caused eaVaia HBAMBBBBBMBBMMHM ''n'"jW. : '
. man and a girLCarndlD. Giles and John Gobelin the
I { in the B>laoehieh'he had gained', for so subtle a difference. Always quiet, After the school closed that afternoon .
could not lee the face of ed dyers of that'tlaie,Wsfe'lsien.
I i: .hi.shelf. almost'ae much.alone, at, the he now seemed to live in an ideal she beds' long ,talk with the
I t these two, but with aD' earnestnessfor These two man-appear to
r ery heart ache lia4beenel&ht.reara world of nis own and whatever ht boy and found' that he
J. ; which he was at a loss to account, ; waa fond of become famous by' of tksk .
I :/, before,=.when the child.gift cam toM might: occupy himself with, there wat going into the woods and meadowsand
I he followed their retreating figures aa Ing introduced into Paris a cile;
blmaaiprophecy. that in his manner which appeared to collecting insect. and '
they moved slowly toward his picture. scarlet' Thelr workibopi weir
t ;
It he
was not that was friendless. '
imply that it was only a temporary div birds but that his mother thought he
? But the next moment an exclamation lished on the banks of nasal'st
There men
: who liked and I
were sought
rion until the of was wasting his .
3 H ? coming some event. tithe The teacher :
of astonishment from
; called the : Part
Blevw fay
'trOIIUD1Dowould have ;near
I : ;. his, gladly; for which he was'waiting. however, wisely encouraged'him'In: "
I K: : taught him.to forget his lonlinea* in the lips of the young man. this many enterprise/regarded '
So passed half a year at the end of pursuit and ieked'hlni'to' brine'hettle
! ;. : 'their affection.. But though his nature "Why, here is your per trait, Leila I which there came 'a letter to' Carra 3 and butterflies and caterpillars People of that time aa eaajatrta, .. ;.x
i, readily to What doe it mean? Who can the workshop received
I responded kindness
b ,any dine It wa very brief, but it'wai to school, and tell what he knew:
l thez 'ins one chord painter be?? under the appellation .
.: > deeper than all P4.- ( v enough to assure him of that which about them. The boy was delighted .of the

4 $+ that reeEtained untouched;'and, from With that, he hurried out to I purchase he had been almost unconsciously expectiag. by this unexpected turn of affairs, and Folly" tb.r:'.continued, tUlrlO T.
.the' vweeteat glances, hit thoughtewethrack a catalogue. .Carradine advanced M In a few days the listless dunce the whole crnrtertv_ and 'bJMt.
I' to the unknown child that quickly to the girL. The letter was from Leilla Anver the marked boy of that school Books I purchased' by the minas :atih( .

I' F :smiteddowu._ % 'en .him' ao.' long ."1 am the painter," he said. nay. .He went to her at once 'Siu on natural history'were procured for lion of Colbert' ;' xjl.: .+. Me
I y '\ -t'. She turned and looked at him with met him with a; laughing light in her : him and a ,world of wonders opened converted lnt0ar0fat 'l i---.ri.... "fiS

The ltleit .nod beeams his great' one steady gaze from those glorious eye such aa he' had not:''seen there to his appreciative eyes. ..He read kinds of artistic. .../ea sat .

r, ..eoatee ot'enjoyment, 'and a dreamy eyes that had haunted,his visons'for when she'stood lathe gallery beside studied and examined ;. he Boon and u auah _,as sculpt ue,) wreswI .

t; ;, aortaes*shaded hia dark-gtay' eyes, a* ae' many years. Then she spoke: her betrothed husband; a light which derjtood, the necessity of knowing! tapestry wei In S.' The era 01 tat

: : line.by Una and lint:by.tint,took him "Ton' painted. that picture? and recalled the merry child who had something of mathematics geography!i belle tapestrl/e pen begun&Mrapidly

bl.21D1O that oet'whlch, all lifeless howl""From- I smiled down en him so long ago and grammar/ for the successfulcarrying acquireddeserved -

It.k- ass Uwa*..seemed to him, in those mot remembrance he,answered."kw.on1yinlbuk I "Mr. Carradine,'' she said, -I'told on" of hi*"favorite:study\ and;

mentJDr,real than: the"busy present ; to. the little I you that my fortune was'gone but.1 he made rapid progress In i hi*-cIa8, _; Ttey1W ii&s :

r Yet now,in reviewing that one bright unknown princes who crowned me did not- tell yon .how. utterly it had In short, twenty; year. Jater he !' '

vision of))*memory,. it vas- not sos once with ':roee ., ,Does-.she, ,too, remember '. been swept away. I am nothing better eminent aa 'a naturalist, and owed, wa%!' Ez: :. ,.EY&U billa.

IAIIO&1 the lovely child that he saw,in it?" than a beggar Will yon*take me .his success, as he never hesitated"'ftoteacher. j> ati bwin'ixpsai.aboata'which Wbedentonttohiaoeuntry

fancy,as She beantiiul girl whose fries, For a moment doubt was in her for one of your students, for- charity'* acknowledge; 'to jfUW' -
x discerning
with fnlk depth awe*toes*,look- face; but a* he looked.fixedly;at her sake .* *- It.... we. G. j V < ion the use of safeMts.iL: Onedl
1 ; He looked searchingly into her little daughter"gSnaTwit.witbnnnevto >
< < .ad G at Jalm.fIGIB JaIl own-avu. it vanished in certainty. A smile ;
'! .A' t.AftQi he hardly knew why, smiling face. .W'I admire ,the anlaaaf'$
just touched. the bright lips. A tromlnent .
"And Mr. ,. feature Mr. <
Wyndham? .he asked
;!.' disliked to WOIk'em this in of ,George paddock dUires "
he> picture 1' ww yoorthen. on whom I In a low' voice, '* 0. Falntabury's edition \ wassor. Jy -

l ;. .any other Ferns, and be devoted to forced 'my; roses? a 'princess who .She lwghed'1thont'afomach'as' a Play of "HoracV ; 4f. .Corneille1! the donkev.llftAd... ji. UaW -..

f r it only br"'ho' *\'.or 11t1Idi; Bolt laft".1rQ' honors unasked.. Howoften flush of emotion., : '1* the ,lntrOducUoDiwhich braj l' J '
\ consist '
of short '
a t Jiappe.e4.aU .waDIM17. finished I have wondered since J" 'IKr..WJ'DdhaahM eaeays'on: they' eMlto .;:'
gene R with the Ufe and writing of 'Corneillel Prenchi g ., ; .'; ..
ft .1.; irxand dia She topped, turned to the .canvas, rest of my rjnansslona. ''Did!lootaaythat before ;

J J'f.i .saver'it, toe; ao- and added abruptly, "But I wa' a I had lost even thing?' You:Ese, tragedy of Com lUe. .and. .Cornellleth4'tied7''!' ..h..i..f .b. ..D1IIIe.aD'
Racine '
eBV:JlWMQeOOe *' 7 waVihe child then ;:and here-"' v-.,. ,-. + Mr.: Carradinethat''I I'am. not of as after Badne.; .;French' tragedy ; ,.X' '.'' "'. ?papa3HwS ..

doer opened Carradine+o.sits.' < :..r. aid Such worth Piii n." and the' stare"li'thettet'ofOorneUle. : .n Satmday l and l '
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'Lili': .--.:'" .','''.'.'''& t : 2s.1jl : e.. Points of Etiquette and
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".. ; 4..6..11; ,,. .. ..... ..;:!t.- Decoration.
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rl "' '::. \1J. V .- ." '-""-c- "i2' T ; 'tI'o. .
Llgeip a>rsi'''.. >nder ibis-wlstkHf 4 LRSI.I1wtt_ ..eIlafkstr .1_">' .t all.....wt..."'r W,.ax. : '_/pail -

"+pt' :''.: i,.- Sing'Iioe i.aeeeiiity: : dlei'esristsodid! isid'oiid adyoahav* a ton.' :'Ithas The finger-nails: should never be cut

t hgsa".tioeluR'thun.'z'Ille<< i /et r1't. Imi .:.t.naJal.w: -. ..sic ser..hies .. about 98,and a*'te M my < :. ,and or. cleaned in, public'. ,. \: .. .

'stand or be far. ...annitiir; : thif'ki:) 'no*withstood well go, ,and :othersthat have : of The customof- tie. '

.;..2.,.Take,' ".aj>'lettbt: ... idY.bi., ..' ... the'combined. action of acetic add and ...way,'. it,is f qua!"to of, bony | before Shaking hands removing Is as longer glevo +

meran r <) keep! tlsfnatll. .. .... J>eoberiolkyirlngj water. and* JD IatUri-: "*This' relates nitrogenous ,fertiliser .need. d de,, obligatory. \ -
ihaa they:may, bo turned .to silos 'constructed. of stone underground abort two hundred pounds man '
<--.....> ., ..:<; -T"<, The latest: thing oat in table asps
eiat. ; and -plastered with hydraulic the acre, and find it as Ameri
.8* Ooratereryday.> .. cement The cement under the combined fertiliser I ever used costing A;, are of coarse netting ,over;bright-col-

, ,4L;::.Begin. 'grainlBg with' the. greatest -, action of the acid'and external I find it better than: bone ]'was ored I1Ik. .

can,,and.IBM. small ,.quantities at water,'will crumble and fall off, leaving sulphurate acid until : that Make your leave-taking short aai

fut. ..t" wide areas of the walls Ins denuded cent. of soluble phosphoric :.of a fish do not dally,but_depart gracefully sat

'b.;If a"ewe Io.e.her lamb, milk her condition. In all silos acetic as Prof.'Babin in his Attention politely. .

daily for a fe1r.da18l.Dd mix a little add': is developed to a'greater or lees down as the most valuable in the 'Bpun-a_ napkins costing $100 'a'

alum. with her salt;. : extent and this in the 1 form of vapor phate. I arrived at this ; : Bickmore dozen area recent addition to the supply '

;6.' Let'iio' 'liogeest'with. 'the, sheep comes In contact with the lime In toe experiments against reason: various of luxuries. ,. .

in:tfie, .springy;.by ano. means." cement and forma a:fixed salt, an ace chemist would say; but as..1 of fins. A unique claret jug Is IB the. form *
: tate. When, this ooun,the wall Is plained, it is Just the caudal of an upright cockatoo In beautifully '
7. .Gi..; the lambs a little: mlll.feed
weakened and, falls as ,soon as the. acceptable to the little is so enameled glass.
in time of weaning//
contents of the silos are..removed. It rious plants. Next to this I en- New
shades for the vestibule
: art-+
..8.;-.Never fdPtelllheep'lf. .possible should be known that uemented walls 15 to,100 pounds 'of boDeMJ enable seen in white and'Bern linen embroidered

to avoid It. are, not impervious,to. the Inflow ,of acre, without any in.Kensington
.,. Sew rye''for, weak ones In cold water. Although cisterns. will hold to mix with dry woods dirt was ,dis designs.Exquisite ,

weather,U7011 can. water, if left empty in wet places,water be evenly distributed say : curtain draperies of Mar
10. all 'weak thin Or sick dross silk have a plain center and bs."rf*
,Separate will find its way, through from of dnst? to 500 pounds of The ,
from those.strong the fall and give den of satin with gay floral d- r**,
without, and numerous silos constructed then apply broadcast as fish
diem special Darer ..." There is a great demand for.,team r
on the sides of hills where ting this amount on two surface j'
11. If any sheep is hurt;catch it at then are springs, were.,found to have I fly a con portrait plaques and placqua.piotuieidone ;1

ones and wash the wound, and if it several feet of water ID.them last he on porcelain for had and library '.' f

is SI71meap I7 spirits of turpentine'I spring. Considerable ,lorn resulted I Literary. in cha- decoration. <
daily. and,'always jwaah' with 'some !I from-this cause. All silos should be can New brass candlesticks .to set sat.s ,'.

t.hI.Dght1lnC.; If a limb is bnken, constructed with drains, and, it la Mr. Arthur Nicola, F. power of made like censers, with a' socket Im ,

bind with splinters tightly; loosen very important that the drain should written a. book ent'tled: IIZ tely that the centre and are accompanied by. a -i

ing as the limb Iw na.-." be trapped so aa to prevent a current Notes," which takes u.i the and tray and snuffers. .'

12. Keep a number of good bells. on, of air from passing,'in under,the contents affinities habits, and mental time io 'Lustra painting Li a new'art, sad' .- .-f'

the Ibee of the silo. As a rule, where of wild and domestic from can be applied to every_ fabric; from ;

'18. Never let the sheep spoil wool silos constructed underground it eludes many anecdotes CODetr a vera- velvet to linen and also to wood and ;

with chaff or b ri. will be better to plank them inside of adventures among them, ar)und the various articles made of terra : ,)

a rough, dry well. The planks will sketches of some of their fo Its prey. cotta. ..
14. Cut tag-looks In earl7lprlng. .
last many years and need but few repairs sentatives. Mr. L. Upcatt off Cape Pretty and Inexpensive screens 'can ;
15. For scours give pulverized alum if ensilage is to hold its placein 170 Strand, London,Is the of Prof. be made by covering .an d1n>arT j
.wheat bran
in ; by' taking popular estimation, much is to be Dr.'George Maodonald's dolphin, dothea-horse'with'dark felt or plush;

great can .n changing dry for green learned in regard to the constructionof of essays, which he.de by upon-which ,Cbinese''crap'ptotfuer r

food.' pits and in methods of ensilaging. ,, name of"0"' ," is worthy The body may be mounted.' 4' :"..

18. If one is lame":.examine the foot There is little doubt but that the eat consideration than its title is and Its In bottonhole-stitchlDg"the": bUtoaa :

clean. out between ,the hood, pare the ting process, which is so expensiveand obtain for it. Among the blue in of a flannel skirtt, first double, tile. ..,
boo U unsound, and apply tobacco laborious dispensed with, cussed are"The ""
may dolphin's flannel if to hem It.and bast It in
*, ;:, ;::
with blue Titrol boiled in a little and, it will be found .that it is betterto Art of Shakespeare," to silver, place. This will give flrmness, to" it, <1..

water partially dry the fodder in the Hamlet," Wordsworth's The gold and it will last twice as long.'' "

17. Shear'donee any sheep commencing field before putting it into the pits.* "Shelley," and "True chas J t i
Special marks ,of klnflncss and Intention "
to shed its wool unless the If 26 per cent. of the water is ra- istering. Sampson Low & -. !
should be received with discretion
weather is too severe, and shave carefully moved It will cost much -less to handle don, are his publishers
sight, but ,for it is far better to rafuae i
the pelt of any that die. the fodder and the value will not The Vur! of .
smelling privileges which.were, never., intend-
be in the least diminished. the first mtdttn Persian l' .
18. Have at least one good work by changes eeL

yon to>refer,to.. This will ba money straw IB Plus- of Hay. printed- in Europe.- The I the mem- It Is not now considered cornet::tV !

in TOUT pocket Colonel F. D., Curtis has been experimenting comprise the Persian eyes of Introduce visitors who>,an',calling at ";

PfO8.for the Feast. in feeding farm animals notes, a glossary, a ,which the same time, and considerate vistton .

spun straw in place of more costly troduction, and an bottom of willpbviate any awkwardness by ;

....au.' savory Cooked.BstraeaUn u4 Xiton.is Caught, bay, and finds a profit in it, provided and tion.will*Th be work used by will Mr.be lr&r If any taking their departure, imnmediajly 5

Frogs are moat plentiful about the i a suitable amount of grain be given also pro upon the arrival of stranger. *-LJ. v
er the director of the .
months June'and July. .Then, as with the straw. Last winter he found Oriental languages at appen- When at a dlnner-party .a .gentleman *., .'I,

the colder weather comes they bury himself short of haybut with plenty of coarse in the second half of a bundle ia introduced to the'lady ,whom. ,' i

themselves in Ike'mud and lie dormant straw, and he gives in the New York ter's session. their he is to take In to dinner, ,he"should i

through. 'the winter. The largest sup Tribune his experience in substituting and mys converse with her until dinner Is, aanounced ".
ply in Dearly summer comes from the cheaper for the dearer fodder. The As a brief account E a class of when he should offer';her .i'"

League Isbnd, in the ;;Delaware river, straw was fed chiefly in cold weather, Dr. J. Scherc's ond&sed .eyes his right arm and conduct her to I the ,t
near Philidelphia.After July th as the animals,had a better appetite English Literature directly diningroom.l ;

frogs an' caught ,and 'shipped from then than after the weather became the Germain by.M. V., and Another A new frame for small mirror:.and. < $.

Canada,. The town Perth Ontario, warn in the spring. A horse ate 84 I by Sampson Low & Co., Is nearly pictures has the top and left side about |

.hu the'most important trade and de. cents worth of meal and 60 centa same attention. Dr. i the body. one-Half the width of the. bottom aaA r t

riftS.q lt.e*, handsome revenue from worth of straw in seven days, that M. TainVa workhllh1ythou set in a right side. It is covered with plush. "J. ;

the .shipment of, the frogs to New would have eaten S2 worti! of hay in ing from him on many can be and small owl. placed on a perch ct> Y#

York and Chicago. There is no distinguishable the same time, if hay alone had been Set: edition appeared nine when naments the> upper.right-hand corner. *

t difference'between the his food, thus making a saving of M. Talne's and Is the J. Fishes I "-'(
work on English literature fl under, About the Ostrich. .- : ,
Pennsylvania and Canadian breeds, more than one-fourth. Much cows .,
the fir jgs of both being' nearly of the working oxen, and young cattle all recently come from a. the oth r. some- :
Miss Anna Bucklaad has There ia prospect of ostrich .
same slse: and, appearance. The did well with straw and corn fodder illustrated ',
farming developing into qoite an indnstry
book named "The
Southern catch is considered the most, as a port of their ration. The butter a Story with fins west'and win .
in the/aouth- it 5
Literature which la *
one 4-.f
profitable;,bscause it reaches the mar- made w.,of excellent quality, and .
be when
some time a cold day the 4
works of ita .
fascinating .r.
ket at the opening of the season 'and the milk yield highly satisfactory.He written. strikes the tly made sUnple-minded rustic of that region ': i'

furnishes a new delicacy. found that bright straw for hone ground in will not have ostrich on''tesat U'h. '
In the course of the season,New driven on the road, is superior to hay, between critical and J stream or wants it. Ostrich taYft\1-'ChOWeYW: (
York receives 'from 1000 to 1600 pound as they will not so readily overfill I ing, and happily combines had '
will always have its drawbacks.rThe ;
per day.. The price averages 60 cents of ical and descriptive .
themselves as with hay. Plenty The pecu '
writers with hen ostrich Is not a good layer as.r. : ,
a poundAbnt as the supply diminishes great English ,
grain must be given with straw to of angel Iwo .
mate of their chief works. rule only laying eggs pet annum,
it reaches the retail prices of 40 and 78 animals of hard work. He believesthat Not
the book to into the only which, being about theaIH of a pororf- ':!:
cents., .In, the summer of this| year fannen'caD afford to sell'a portion angel '
Caaaell lain wash bowl, makes ,her'so prodd <;.i'
Canadian frogs sold for 25: cents. It is of their hay and then purchase 16-year-olds. 'cov-
that she takes the.sr "
the balance of, ,- ;
noticeable & Co. the publsbere.Mr. .
that the
becoming are
frogs an grain to feed with their straw, and Bands of of "
the '
purpose convalescing.
scarcer every year. The consumption profit the I Grant Allen's c '
make a by exchange. bodies of .
of them. edible is "The Colors Flowerj. The ostrich, is .chiefly valuable for : :
an rapidly increasing is no new thing to feed straw in win- on class and i" ,
,and I have no.doubt that in a few ter to farm animals ; but it was not published by the of some the plumage then which' he, ,wears, ,and iheworld ; :k

yean they will not be purchasable. A until such experimenter as Professor Nature Series, is expanded of the which, .introduced, into J t
number of. persons have tried to cultivate and the agricultural chemists essay. which originally of commerce,make the.. husband, i
Banbora The angel almost wish he were.;1.:..:... *'
them but as yet no one has found the CbrnAW Magazine, u"f
showed the the .
food. for.the young fry. If a number philosophy of commended lagoons, Probably .the 'OI!tr.lc1i' toll not come ;i;
are placed together hi a tank they will I practice that farmers have felt free to warmly by their foa into general UM'as'an: article;of food, .:
inevitably starve and we do nothing sound Darwin for its originality. ."
can it
adopt aa policy.HofluXads from over the :
few for ineaIs.
to save them., I ten in the interests of the people caring as r ''.,
shore. coarse and the gizcird full of old hard a
which Mr. Allen heartily
Sex'of .
Eggs -some-
Fertilisers. and relics of wrecked
and will be found within ware trains' ,and ;.

Sdenoe",and experience have 1UftI.- The following directions for making the non-seientiflc reader. with them fatal old irons left where then has.been a' ,.:

cientli4emonstrated. that,everythingthat ; home-made fertilizers are from the re Baron de Malortle has fire. :
bears must possess ,both the male port of Dr. Cutting,Sacretary of the work on "Egypt" have a Carving the ostrich Is not lib difBcatt ,1
andU1f:.- 'inftllflflattffna i bnperhapeit Vermont Boarl of Agriculture: "Take Rldgew.".No. 169 fish very as carving quail, because the joints an 0- ,:;'s
set of
Is not generally known tha 600 pounds of bone meal (dust), the which discusses the native for a each larger and one can.find them with less ....1":

suchjJsT: the .case 'eggs. I have finer the better. Sift if you can get a the.lnt:rference of \ trouble. 8011,' the. ,bird ''takes'up" ,a t:1. .

found by experience that it is, and.by fine sieve so as to save 100 pounds of with a free hand. He good deal of room at the table and' the' *

the.' Uo..1Di'.nle:' I.raise'as-many the fiaest. Put the coarse part of it opinion fiat the best circles ar
pallets among my,chickens as I wish into a tub or box and wet with water native rulers are trifling: The ostrich does not set. She doi 't. .;:

.to,':while some of.my neighbors.com-' until it la moist; it will take three or with the blunders of Co., pub of have time. She
plain'thai> 'their ohiak,n.are nearly: li four pailfnla; then slowly add two and that their mistakes ilOr over something and- insist On hatching #kIt '

.roosters, :and.,they, cannot see why gallons of sulphurate acid, whichweighs due to foreign meddling excellent Science out if It takes all Summer, but she ,"Z'.

then shonldtbe sVdiffdrenoa: >I..will' at least 14 pounds to, the gal Mach valuable inforinatian Tool Just lays ,a couple of porcelain i oopi.: ;. .

tell;you hen ':what 1 told. .them and Ion BUr continuously ; It will foam into the volume which Machine ", done in the ho&'l&Dd whea'ahe"beta
for'the-benefit of ,those :who do not and 1M>>u. Let it stand twelve hours, book on Egyptian politics. like it, and then roes away to too seaside 1-

know;that, the small;round eggs are then add another, gallon';of acid aa plates 'to quiet her shattered nteee.' '

female ones, ,and.the;long;slender before and while it Is hot so that the MlasMar?L.Wately .'. .. :{

ones an'.sleo.': :This role:holds'good lumps break easily, add the other 100 behind the curtain la Captain Webb see*,*to think that .1

amoBff Ian:,bias<;Bo>4 yon wish to pounds of.bone meal. This will thenweigh ume, "Scenes from Life" at Boston' the use'of'porpoise JoU rubbed, all f .'i..
.a.IIe 'U"-"tt;road 850 pounds to it Immediately which .is, published by .
tIP; ; add Portland over thy>> ; and even the.oe,f re- \
if you wish_ to'rabe roosters,.set the 1650. pounds of dry loam, son & Halliday, London. receive pro vents the chilling action of cold..... '

.long;slender.... 'In .this way"you woods dirt, muck, or, if, these are inconvenient [ for the day,.aadwIU; ,,be of sheds for affecting the vital parts of.qtnt"':.. ..; ;

:.wili be ibleo-, rake- wbiOheftllG you to get, you may add sand, I special interest in I : : ; tID sja- who remain! a long time"in the water. :\t
with to. though I like woods dirt or muck best.' present state Egyptian afl I ;:. those petts+. A\\'professionals he irk now Use oIL :

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,. .. :" :>riititQe AlEiaiikric. ,.; : J.i.M V*: A PVf VWW P**SJP m.' )< J. .' "7.; ,;. ';GIBBON: : ;._ .f. :'pleasure a advising !
,1ii : The wladla friiis i the,f. N. : Can we employ liIisaeaai:to'preveirt Predioe' :Ceiil '." I Merclwit GRAY. "-,: .. t..:>

.r 1 ,f; .The the nootergsst8 at 9 il, m; professional t. idermIata'from abroad JacltsOatviUe' ; .na. OrdllZe andVCletabI 1e aeft if .
)Z Wooia gtir0es the 81st at.' 4r 'a:rn:: killing and maiming bur beautiful feathered ATTORMEY-AT-LAW. that he is representing the ,
Barometariadiq tea. ':' :raltI [Late senior partner of the firm of, Gibson -
6:55 and'aliti at fill friends in large; yes very large num- Florida. well-known, prompt and
I, :#8senea. at. A ABockweD,dissolved Jan 1st 1883.] LaGrange, -. ;
i :U'r bersT Commission Houses .f:
; --r. A.M.Tbra8ber.nnwel'1a. l'f.
r ,:Before long none of those great attractions Respectfully solicits consign- W Scott. Sanford na. -... ..
;TBI8PAPP.l. fouDd..cm file. at Mess. Heard Bro's. .t' ,
-t Advertising of the country will be left,as taxidermists aeata of & THRASHER, '
0e0P.w. ,
; Newspaper
!4 : SCOTT
Street) where take all their amounting to &C. 81 Dey Street,Few T
r :: .: Bum (10 Spruce eggs, ORANGES, SYRUP, HIDES, ...;
'c., 'ad. -. eocb... BUT be made. for ft thousands, for sale. If this can;; legally ATTORNEYSATLAW.Sanford Brothers
? 1 ..,...Bl a O''afc..-, Has the largest cash order trade of any : Florlda.Hr. Chapin ;
. "f';: .; :t.1Il..ANI...;. : >>";- Dae. be stopped, we will cheerfully contribute State. : 97 South Market street
in the
Fret house Titusvffle.
located at
: .Scott la now
i: 8rAS M tbeowiau.. 'newspaperfcir five dollars each to defray the expense. '
r! ;<< ; Return made day of Sale. Real Estate Law a speciality.* and respectfully solicits consignmesy. .
" },1' ; .. .oomty. Truly yours, .. them. .--

l 413itttiiiitfiieAod'Ofart TtoomBe at WK.' WOTFELD LAGRINGz STOBB, Jan. 9, 1882. ri B. MAGRUDER, :.

'1" '! ...<\..: -,BeconaaN JItIIJer.i sLeaills I H.J.T -izi. Having received a large stock of Groceries SURVEYOR {&Freigbts same to bother '".i4'. .
i I to offer goods at the COUNTY STEAMER FROM
ilt' ,.} ... I am prepared>> 8.4 1'
. .. .. : I
; j'I'; IRON BITTERS.: following prices: PUBLIC.
:.' !,,!,",,\i. ,,, ,1I'IIk.-"; L. Meal and Grits, Hndnnfs per bbL $6.50 Rockledge, Florida. at Rockledge, Indian River, FJod.k.;:'
Corn white sack
;, : I"I Ogpcrintepdm1 Bams smiled. on uswterday. ,per Ryder Owner Jk '
.. sack 2.35
?" r Ground Food, per s. JONES.ATTORNEYATLAW.. .
:;;t *' y'' .. .. Oats, 4 bushel sacks, per sack, 8.50 :MINOR This House is
t '-1.1 .1.1 1. centrally located at
1-I..a.t1 2.50Hay
I Zl? :; '; '.-.um.ua.- y.-M&M6 Wheat, per.sack, .
. ".* v'for the first time in several days. best Western, per 100 pounds 2.25 ledge in the far-famed Indian River R

;,1 '! &t I.1aataI-Jiat; : A supply Crackers: best. Soda, per pound, .10 of Florida, and posseses all the ad
if f"6" Whiskey! Buckwheat, .07 Titusville, Florida. of Climate Health and Pleasure
, + offsntiemen'shataatthe Headquarters Coffee,Rio, cc .20 ;ol.

1! f'r' Store. .... O. G. Java, .35 iyr E. ENGLISH.Notary newly developed region of South '

.t.""J i'!. :Born to Mr.and'Mr. Wm.'Watton, Butter, Gilt Edge.cc. .50 Take steamer from Sanford for-'

.: ",1r .fine daufh'ter; ,.., last. Sunday, ,. the 21st BROWN'S IRON BITTERSis Lard, cc" .25.1 Public State at Large. Poinsett,called Rockledge Landing;thaN. y
." Cheese best all business .entrusted "
"" 1',1_' Affidavits drawn and miles carriage riding. Direct
; one of the very few tonic Onions and L Potatoes, per peck .50 to me promptly attended to. cone '

. f 'f'1 .i-Capt David Stewart Ormond: returned'with : medicines that are not com- Granulated Sugar, per pound, .12} OMce at his residence. from the House made with steams:
" of Iowa tourists Goods delivered in the Settlement or Florida. Rates $2.50 day., "
r ; his party. posed mostly of alcohol or TitusYille, per :
at Pace's Landing. A. BRADY.
\I ?; yesterday. whiskey thus becoming a COWIE. Arrangements made by the Wed orPIONEERCPOPER Df4 y

.. Remember .that you can go to En fruitful source of intemperance L. J. CARLILE. TJ. q .

: zt.. 'terprisevia' :Norwood's. Hack Line for by promoting a desire .z

,! ;ii( .only? .$B.OO orfrom here to Jacksonville for rum. f DIE AID SAMPLE ROOMS Physician and Surgeon. Syrup Barrels $2.25. r

,j via his .'Hack' .Line ,and DeBary Line AT THE Titusville. Florida. .Gauged to order, ten cents ettrli.,

:; .-.' .# 'for$9.00.. BROWN'S IRON BITTERS LUND PACKING HOUSE. F. GRAY. Honey Barrels, and .Oval VMar .
: i LaGrange is feasting on strawberries S.
is guaranteed to be a non- Breakers
Titnsville Florida.
slid them around ,
: green peas.Pass intoxicating stimulant andit Watch Maker and Jeweller.ALL *
'tL" ,
i' / Thomas f From : : $ .40 : ;
will in nearly every case, FIRST-CLASS BAR, WORK WARRANTED.Work p

1 ) "=Old.4 Boreas, has whistled ,well this take the place of all liquor, or orders left with P. E. Wager or at Tanksand

,r :. .week,but balmy Noius has but a sweet- and at the same time absolutely dote L14Aoi ,-Wmes ail C jzars.tf Post Office will TltU3Tille receive prompt or with attention.A. Brady Will at LaGrange be all kinds of COOPER WORK: to ord&
, 'J
k potato inliis mouth In Titnsville every Monday. <
: kill the desire for
Beer always on draught. 6 T. JOHNSON, "r?:
' : Doctor,Cowie'returned this morning whiskey and other intoxicating DR. B. R. WILSON.
LaGrange, Florlllsi'
: :
111! ;: after an absence of several days at Oak beverages. NOTICE.U.

;. : Hffl and New Smyrna, visiting patients. S. Land Office. Gainesville Fla.\ Will continue the practice of Medicine In The Florida State Gazetteer '

November 251882./ ,
i } The State Fathers at Tallahassee and
Titusville and
Rev.G.W.RICE,editor'oithe COMPLAINT having been entered at this vicinity I II
I' E mean ..JlIdn"'t.h1s"" gt ">n-. They have I BUSINESS
Office .
by Elijah Gray against
Amn'can Giristian Rt- Office at J. M. Dlxon's Drug Store. . given us the "Short Cut".-Expedition! Human for abandoning his Homestead .
,' view, says of Brown's Iron No. 5210 dated lIa.7 Containing tM names business and otttsH
: 1871 ,
rIM Entry ,
r .>.. W.D._ of_ Kentucky.has 11fn' upon HAWLEY D. D. S. .
oJ..'," Owing: ,
Bitters A.B.
: the; lots 3, 9, & 10 Section 26, Township
' chased a place adjoining Mr. Duncan's at On..ONoT. 16,iSSi. 31 S, Range 39 E, In Brevard county -of the't:

:y( ;./1.; LaGrange;with the intention of planting Gents:The foolish waging Florida with a view to the cancellation I Visiting Dentist. Merchant,,Professional & Business msj
; ass: of vital force in business of said entry; the said parties are hereby Indian River.
!angg.grate.DammlttOrove. and vicious indul summoned appear at this office on the I Makes frequent trips Worth to &c. and the principal farmers and downers 1(1:
pleasure Lake "*'
| Oranges are arriving pee of our people makes 17th day of January 1883, at 10 o'clock orange groves and plantations .
a.m., to respond and furnish testimony P. O. Address, New Smyrna Florida. .
thicker faster. Mr. with
y. at; ourwharves J preparation a necessity; together a
and if applied,will save hundreds concerning said alleged abandonment
:ii, band'ling: who resort to saloons 32t5 JOHN F. BOLUNS, Receiver.. Q. H. NAUMAff. Sketch of All Cities, Town and WI sand :

for temporary tecupention4BRowxrs bow to reach them and other vatoaatei
.. For a newsy Interesting paper, subscribe to
i.i' rWinter'. : still lingers in the lap of Justice of the Peace and Information. 'E,.
:;: ;! 'fft._ ..1 refuses to THE WEEKLY FLORIDA UNION, This important work will'be issued jS
ISpring JDalucu
IRON BITTERShas Notary Public StateatLarge.Office .
; '-': "bounce her'silvery haired companion Published every TBCKSDAT at JACKSONVILLE as soon as the labor of collecting \
: ; : Florida, by H.B. McCALLUM.
been thoroughly tested at the Haul-Over. and the facts be
p r but that is merely a question of. Time. ;.

;i ( .-Capi.. M. O. Burnham in'his fine for dyspepsia, indigestion THE WEEKLY UNIONIs JOHNSON COCKSHUTT. plished. To the business community :
' ; biliousness,weaknessdebility a large well printed Journal of thirty-two T. this will be the most valuable.boct
;lf.: sloop Osceola,. brought a load of .his overwork columns-In jfomica Democratic,and fearless S ;.
,j rheumatism and outspoken In its advocacy of right and that has yet been publiahedabout r
{ ?- world-renowned oranges and returned consumption nstlco. xhe cream of all the current news of Notary Public, State-at-Large,
r yesterday via the South point of Merritta the day collected from every portion of the and Florida. Price $5. to be sold by nhxnp-jj
liver complaints kidney world or telegraph and correspondence selected
Island.We troubles, &c., and it never much care from Is also the Dally taken to to make fill Its columns. Justice of the Peace. 't 'fIPagewith

are indebted to Messrs. W. H. fails to render speedy and The Agricultural Department Court day, first Saturday each month. Rate for Adttrtuing:

t.,..,. Sliaq eandJl.I. Platt, our Legislators at permanent relief: (Edited by CoL D.BoutOSD) LA GRANGE Florida. ; book 150. J Page with book.HI. .i.

f Tallahassee and J H.Brelsford for Journals Profitable and tegpareading. In fact, Agents wanted in every county' .\r1t!"}
of the Senate,and Assembly. Thanks friends of Volusla Just and Brevard Counties suit,as our a the Capital>> Marriage; Eeln Association.W. whom liberal terms will be cJeredViplj'
abort trial of six months will fully demon.
r strate. Subscription price per year. $2,00 LI': PEELER, of Rockledge CUSHING & APPLEYARD Put
Six Months ,
: =We understand that Mr. Bryan has 91,00. Send for sample copy. .

Agent for Soutb Florida. P. O. Box 1W2.] Jacksonville,Fkv .
.i put on an ,opposition hack-line between THE DAILY UNION .. ;r;.

P tibia place and Salt Lake. ,Biz is biz, .[a the same size as the weekly: containing the October 19 25 3m ARRIVALS & DEPARTURES OT MAILS... i'\

'I7 i. 't.gentlemen and -Tis the early bird that H. P. WILKINSON ft CO.DE.U.EBS roll quarters associated by mall press,crisp dispatches locals State,news-news from,and all From Enterprise to TitusvlDe. "
selected ST. CLAIB-ABKAXS R. L. SUln w: w. L Enterprise Monday Wednesday sad;
catches. the worm. carefully miscellaneous matter. Is. State Friday at 3 ...
sued each Attorney County Judge of a.m.
I' morning
IN (Sunday excepted) from
;' ,." the prospectus 'of the Cincinnatti Hazletines Block Cor.Bay and Laura Street, Seventh Judicial Circuit. Orange county, and Arrive Friday at at Tltuville 9 p. m. .Monday, Wedaeidq.' ,"

r." Weekly Nan appears on another page. GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Jacksonville S months $3.00.Florida.S months Price t.IO per 1 month year '$1,00 lO.OC: St Clair Abrams & Smierliii Saturday Leave TitnsvUle at 6 Tuesday Thursday ,...r.,;
;; 1 Send remittance by Post Office order
: This is*large first-claae weekly at a very istered letter to or reg ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS AT LAW. Arrive at Enterprise Tuesday Thuridw, -1;
BocMedge : : : : Florida. ii. B. MCCALLUM and Saturday at 9 pan.
low 'm't2.00perannum. Send ;
J-: price;
.' Jacksonville Fla. May 4,1881 tf 1MEKCHANTS' ORLANDO, FLA. From
'.f Daytona toTttnevl le.
for.specimen copy and read it. Prompt attention to all business en- Will give careful attention to collections Leave Daytona and Ss "
and will practice In the several courts of this Tuesday Thursday.
:y 'Remember that you can go to Enterprise trusted DE BABY District,and In the Supreme Court at Talla day Arrive at a p.at m.TitnsvUle Satarday.14- :, ..
to them. Thursday
hassee and U. S. court at Jacksonville.
'via Norwood's Hack Line for Monday at 10 a.10. / '

only ''.00 or- from here to Jacksonville February 1st lyr 40. LINE; LA GRANGE STORE Monday Leave at TitnsvUle i p.me Thursday Saturday asir-' ...

-* via his Hack Line and DeBary Line for Arrive at Daytona Wednesday Saturday sal ,
The Lund House, DAILY. Always ou hand a general assortment of Monday at II a.10. -'*-"...

i$9.00tWe From TitnsvUle to Ean Game.t-"';
Carrying V. 8. Mall. GOO D S.
z karn that Deputy U. a Marshal, & Leave TitnsvUle Tuesday and TrldayiaVV4a.m. :

[' E.H. Titus- arrested' Mr.J..K Thomas, Corner Main Street & Washington Ave. Elegant Side-wheel Steamers. STRICTLY CASH.A. .- Arrive. at Ean Gallle Tuesday r and

: ,. our m carrier, on the 22d inst. What Titusville, : Florida. at 6 p.m. :.p.-,,
.REG ULAR MAIL. Brady. Gallle Wednesday and Saturdsf;
': :]. the exact charges are has not as yet transpire --- January 1832 at e .mEan -4:
. GEO.)f.BIRD Capt.G.J.Mercler. lyr 36 Arrive at TltasvUle Wednesday and,8alo p'.
We have
5 always'thought alawabidicg Pleasant Location Good Table.A day at 7 p.rn. 4
J. H.B.PLANT,Capt.J.W,Fitzgerald. "
dti .
' 0.
., .' cosy home for the ANITA,Capt,C.IL Brock. KEENE, New Information Fl rMa. i!
call attention to the advertisementof .
.. ";;,' Messra. KJohn, Futchgott new and SPORTSMAN, INVALID, AND TOURIST. De One Bary of the wharf above-named.teamers,foot of Laura street will dally leave ex. Millinery, Fancy, Dress Goods, 192 pages. new matter unto map fort_ &.t.'.

Benedict, of Jacksonville,'which appears I cent FORD.SondaVjatS ENTERPRISE p-m.for and PALATKA3AN.all IDtermedJate Notions, Laces, Worsteds, &a 1lne line of Send six cents to B.C.l4mgTallanastet r

for the first time this week. This enter- Ki SaIl-boats: in attendance- q landiDgL KID GLOTES. or C. Drew'Jacksony lie,'a. J;' 1

?;; prisimg firm: has the largest and most com A. Deisner ROSA,CapLl.L.Amareen.FRLDEBICK 67 West Bay St..Cor.Laura. .' .

- L plete.'assortment. of dry goods of every de- Proprietor. DE BABY,Capt.Leo. VogeLWELAKA JACKSONVILLE, : : Florida. }...it. i

T ocription" in the State., Their mammoth NOTICE OF FETAL PROOF. ,Captain J.8.Mattheson.- T '

store fi ifeU stocked and parties ordering Land Office at Gainesville, Fla.\ leave Ono DeBary of the Irhart above-named; foot of steamers Laura street will, FloridaManu .E "

: ,,'., S from them will be sure to be plea d. Dec. 22 1882./ s dally.. .and except W.Satarday RaUway wharf at 4:M at p. m.SprmTfor and front apture. '-

!I :f' --We:.publish.tonlay a letter of Mr. I NOTICE is hereby given that the fol dlate Palatka landings.Sanford,Enterprise and alUntermo- AMAZON PAINT WORKS. r ...1
lowing-named settler has filed notice 01 ..
; :;- Coryen.to Mrs Watton This letter would intention to make final Connects at Palatka with 'Wi--1"- ..
proof ....
support -o :, '
BauroadforGalnesvUleandOcala.oouuiern w. J.
:;,'. have appeared last week but for the fllf of his claim and that said proof will Connecto BERNE & CO., 'pfemts. aavaai4. 1':

i ; ness of the Editor.. We simply say that be made before T.V.. Faulkner, clerk Enstis Railroad at Astor for Fort with Mason St.Johns, Yalaba.Xee and Lake manufacturers of the tradMmar k;re
tba 17D Icl .
circuit court Miami, Fla on Tuesday burg and all points on the Upper Oc1awaha.Connecta _
the criticism that CoL .....1
; Coyell speaks of lath -.m ( .
July 1883. viz
: Samuel Rhodes, of at Jolnal* with coaches tor Or. ..
I ; was intended as a friendly one. .The CoL Miami, Fla,Hd 4523, for the S i of S. W mood and Daytona. AMAZON READY-HIED PAINTS GenDaIiy. pan' ..;; ',

; has not a warmer friend in East Florida i of Section 15 and lot 2 of Sec 22;Township Connects at Sanford with 8outhJ'1oridaBaIJ. for _*...*<. of I ) :
road for
64 South, Range 41 East. Altemodle J.ongwood, Orlando.,Maitland Apopfca City in al1'shades. and ready forImmediate .f.Sdtie.by mallf ... ;
than is Go ahead
tfaeSxAJL CoL Wef KlsslmmeeVand with
: He names the TKtonte ob ain d tfafOBgh rareaoI5 4fa
following witnesses. steamers for Lake Jessnn.,Salt Lake and Rock.
I -' bid you God speed. 'We like. YOU and prove his continuous residence upon and ledge and Indian Biver. Use. the ciKVTmo Aisnicuur, which..-"f.

I I oj men of your ilk.; May your shadow never cultivation of said land, viz: Andrew Connect at Enterprise with coaches for and the enttat largest newvpapwofttii dwnlattoo kmd andlath.mort p"H.ha4Jatila;.';'i
I. < Barr, A.C. Richards. John Addison and Daytona and New ftnyma and TitnsvUle grinders ofPure world. anotiMCTSiJ.jmtmrUo car
\ be RetarDIng sail steamers
.rwTs Charles F.! leave Enterprise IS .'
,I < .. of Miami, Fla. even morning at 7 and Sanford at 7 ao a. m.,'' midtttThi ...' _
: .la L. A; BAKNES, and 8*'m.. making close connections with White Lead, larg and ilrttaWsdrks "
: The FmMic.The. 39w5 Register U. S. Land OfOoe.a s..r.and Ve Railway for au po1Dta North, JQe"pabUahecl '.'a'''s :
'.. notifies .the EaR aDd aaa..aclm1UIcl to betH be d i. :
; ondenigned publicthat West.bUll & Colors In paper
>he -hw. a'new hack running from lading given all points." to8CI..... ,,". ; ...
. The and other departaMnta of i ; ,
steamers of this line
are all
f S TUusviUe to SIlt Lab;and fn nfrom- ID eTel7I'85peCCo. ONce and Factory, progress, published in any eountry. .Bta_si.10 t j;4
.t modate passengers desiring to cross each ForfaJ1J1er JdmDatIcm apply a& General eopiea by mail, 10.emis. Sold by all :. '
, ,:. ,"' Xoon Bespectfnlly, Ticket once corner Bay and Laura 8tneta. No. 26 Ocean street dealers. ,
Jan. 231883.: KC.BBTAV. w.&; W.AT80S. er. Address,Mann A Co..jmbDshera of Seisw. .
I arrlll> C.B.1'DWICJt.GeD.Pau.AleDL JACKSONVILLE, tide American 261 Broadway,New York. 2
1' 'Handbook about patents mailed free. .
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