The Florida star
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075901/00033
 Material Information
Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: February 1, 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
 Record Information
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: UF00075901:00033
 Related Items
Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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r ,Terribly'Cold attkelforta.WASHCroTosr Orange Sales. The Duchess del Castillnccia Sues a ed a vessel off the stocks for him and did OUR W.\SUIXGTOX LETTER.

January 23.-Beporta Messrs. Rockwell and Woodall report Roslrn Yacht'Builder for Damages.From it well. The man furnishing. the ma .. .(From our legnlar,correspondent.," )

from the north and''northwest of the! large' sales of the celebrated.Dummett The Brooklyn Eagle.Itdoesnotoftenfalltothelotof. chinery said it was changed in some respects WASHINGTON, D. C. Jan. 20,1883.As .

weather last right are filled with' incredible Grove oranges. Seventy-five boxes of an American and\he smoke stack was altered. : day follow day without substantial

At Dakota the thermometer the sold each lawyer to cross examine a real duchess received in tariff legislation the chances
figures. > Fargo, "Challenge" orange are day. The defendant testified to having progress
below Two hundred boxes arrived schooneron on the stand: and even an American of' comprehensive bill becoming a
.vas thirty-eight zero; at 1, by various directions from the plaintiffand any _
Bismark fifty-eight; Brainerd, 'MJniL, i Tuesday and one hundred boxes yes- I:judge is not often permitted to put side the Duke,which necessitated changesand law at this session grows des. The zeal

forty,and, Winnepeg'. sixty All trains I terday. This is a fine, large orange, I questions to distinguished. a personage.In delayed the work. First, the plaintiff with which Congress attacked this subjecthas

on the Iowa' and Minnesota roads were juicy and'sweet; and retails for$6 a box. business circles, as she herself informed directed him to name the yacht ,and cooled in face of the practical difficulties

again ',.abandoned.The' thermometer They are from the Duke of Castellncia's 'the court, the duchess is known as JaneA. have its appurtenance marked Caatillu-. in the path of any change in existing

reached twenty below in Chicago this Indian River Grove atTitusvflle,betweenthe .Tamajo, and under that name she sued cia. Then she directed him to name her schedules. Even.if Congress is- in

morning. The western edge' of the extreme Indian River and the coast., Other Thomas Clapham to recover$7,680. The andX ark her belongings The Duches earnest in desiring reform it is going to be

cold.about. Missouri.. Its northern orange dealers report good sales, but com- complaint alleges that the plaintiff madean Finally, she directed him to leave out hard to make alterations which must 'involve

'l'imit is beyond the limit of commu- plain that the recent rainy and cold agreement with the defendant, a shipbuilder the, and call her Duchess. such disturbance in business, and"

rricationT It*was very cold in New 'York weather has affected the business. c nsid-. of Roslyn, L. L,that he should I I VERDICT FOB THE DUCHESS., there is a general belief that Congress. w

last n ght. .A farmer on Long Island, erably.-Union.Contested build for her a steam yacht according to The jury in the case of the Duchess del not moved by a sincere desire to change .
who had delivered a load of produce was ..... I the specifications agreed upon and haveit the tariff in the direction in which the '
Castillucia known in business circles
Homestead Entries in Flor as
found ,frozen to death with his hands ida. ready by a certain time. Plaintiff is the Jane A.Tamajo, who sued Thomas Clap- present movement points.Mr. _
the reins when his horses and owner of Dummett Orange Grove, Bre- Blackburn of Kentucky
grasping St.Augustine Weekly. ham, a Roslyn yacht builder, for $7,680, appears
wagon reached home We have just received through the vard county. Florida, the present. crop n of for breach of contract, in the Circuit to be pushing his Speakership canvass
..... courtesy of Hon. W. Call, a copy of his which is 400,000 oranges of very superior Court, yesterday, brought in a verdict with a good deal of energy. He is.asking car
The Double-turretted Monitors.
kind. The boat to be constructed so
remarks upon the subject of contested was support from his Southern friends because -
for for
morning $2,800 plaintiff.
The House of
representatives, at
homestead entries in this State.. Mr. Call as to sail on the shallow waters of the In- ...... of his favorable attitude towardsthe

Washington, on the 24th ult., went into has in this instance, as is his invariable dian River, which in places is a lovely The Agricultural College to' be Removed Mississippi river improvement scheme.He .
committee of the whole Mr.
Page (Rep.
custom, acted with promptness and ener- sheet of water from seven to ten miles From E ta Gallic. is conducting his own campaign, besides -
CaL) in the chair, on the Naval Appropriation gy in behalf of his constituents. His re- broad, and seldom more than four or five Prom the Florida Mct&odl&t. making serious opposition to the
bill, the pending paragraph be- feet in the channeL The boat Upon a summons from Hon. E. K.
marks in the Senate on this occasion were deep except condidacy of his colleague, Mr. Carlisle.
ing that making appropriations for the in consequence of an appeal from the was also to be seaworthy for general use Foster, Chairman of the Board of Trustees What with overcoming those objectionsto

Bureau of Construction and repair. This people of South Florida through John T. in Florida waters. It was to have a stem of the State Agricultural College, we, I himself which will naturally arise,

section was passed without amendment.The Lesley, Esq., of Tampa, in relation to wheel and to draw only two feet of water. reported at an adjourned meeting of the I carrying on a personal contest with a

next clause was that providing for several contested claims which have been It was to have an elegantly appointed. board on the 9th inst, at the Capitol fellow member from his own State'and

the completion of the doubl -turretted awaiting final action by the departmentin I cabin built into the hull and furnished : building. Such a reunion of the members looking after the interests of the Mississippi -
monitors. This was amended so as to provide [with window is always pleasant as we have there,
Washington, but have been delayed carpets, plate glass sliding river in the existing condition of

that the, contract for the completionof from unknown causes for three years, downward, life preservers, cushions, cables representing this important interest,some opinion on that question, would, seem
either these vessels must be approved anchors and fire buckets each bear- of the worthiest gentlemen in our com-
without satisfactory reason for such de- that Mr. Blackburn had laid out consid-
by the Navd Advisory Board insteadof lay, which has resulted in much annoy- ing the ducal name, Castilluccia. It was monwealth: two of the circuit judges, erable business for the next recess.

by the new board, as provided by the ance and loss to citizens who have improved to be built of oak or chestnut, fifty feet Walker and Baker, three of the executive Mr. Knox, Comptroller of Currency,

MIL lands or are desirous of doing so long and twelve feet wide and to accomplish cabinet, Footer, Barnes and L'Engle and and Treasurer Gilfillan have ,been .reprimanded -
Another amendment was adopted,striking a speed of ten or twelve miles an several private citizens; among the fatter
and are unable to procure or perfect title. by the Chief Clerk of the Treasury
out the proviso for the completion of I Mr. Call, through his influence in .the hour. The forward part of the yacht was we missed the presence of CoL Roper, of little Mr. Webster.: Under the army-

the monitors by contract, and inserting a I Senate, obtained immediate considerationof to be prepared for the reception of a car- Gainesville, one of the most efficient and like discipline established by Mr. Websi'
clause that they shall be completed in the of the carriage of these from zealou.of our members. His absence on
go oranges,
his resolution, which reads as follows: ter, the employees in the Treasury Department -
Government navy yards, under the direc- the on the Indian River to the account of illness was much regretted.
"That the Secretary of the Interior is are now afraid to say their souls .".t-
tion of the Navy Department, by officers hereby instructed to inform the Senate place of transportation to the North beingin Since*the last meeting; Dr. Branch: of are their own. Spies and informers hang -

and employes of the Government, and how many cases of contested homestead fact, the main object of the plaintift'inprodding Tampa, had died, and hid place had been around the building, and the least infrac- e '

not by contractors, with a proviso that entries in Florida are now pending in his herself with a yacht. She alleges filled by the election of Dr.C. L. Mitchell tion of his petty rules is at once reported ,,-::.. .
the Secretary of the Navy can do the that the defendant failed build of Bartow.The .
to ,
Department and the length of time each to Webster: who seems to love to reprimand .
work in the navy yards as cheaply and the yacht according to contract althoughon board held three sessions, and con-
case has been pending, and to inform the better than he does to eat. A dayor
with as much advantage to the Government sidered with much several
accepting the agreement she paid him care proposi- -
Senate if any legislation is necessary to two ago Mr. Webster sent for Mr. Gil-
It provides, also, that if the Sec- $1,000 down and $1,500 when the tions for appropriating and using the
more .
expedite the decision of cases of contested fillan, and for the first time in his service -
retary of the Navy shall not decide to do interest the fund but the
machinery was on board, the plaintiff on college j
homestead entries. Also to inform the of twenty years Mr. Gilfillan was repri-
this work in the Government navy yards, having to pay the remaining$1,000 when board could not see how these would con- .
Senate of the amount of land reserved for manded. His offence consisted in the
he shall then invite proposals from all the yacht was completed and accepted. stitute an endowment of a college, as provided -
the Tropical Railroad Company, and fact that his wife had called on him for a
ship-builders, whose ship-yards are fully whether the same was reserved and under Plaintiffalleges that the defendant not only. for by Congress in the original moment during business hours., Comp-
equipped for repairing or building iron or : The board decided take 'the
did not construct the yacht according to grant.
what authority such reservation .was troller Knox was' also informed by Mr.
steel ships. but failed to complete it in most vigorous action to locate the insti-
made;also the number and date of the Webster that his presence was desired in ,
The section providing for constructionof time that she lost of tution forthwith under the previous order -
so a large oran-
homestead entries which are set aside or. the Chief Clerk's office. Mr. Knox sent .
new steel cruising vessels was amended the site from Eau Gallic in .
ges and suffered damages in the sum of to remove Clerk
in any way prevented from making final word that the Chief would find him
so as to provide that they shall be built Brevard central and
$7,680. county one more
proof by such reservation. in the Comptroller's office. ThereuponMr.
by contract under proper safeguards.The This action by Mr. Call will give an The defendant says that the delay was accessible. The corporate authorities and Webster went to the office and rebuked -
committee then rose, reported the citizens of several and cities
not his fault and that plaintiff waived large towns for
impetus to many claims throughout the Mr. Knox permitting a lady
bill to the House, and the previous question will be notified to take action to ;
compliance with certain things specified competefor
State where parties have been anxiously visitor in his office. The halls of the
was ordered on the bill and amend- the location if desire. The
in the He further that they so .
waiting for months, and it will also open Treasury building now present the. quiet
ments. The amendments were adoptedin she wanted additions not mentioned in act of Congress prescribes that no partof
up the question of railroad reservations in and stillness of a jail where only the
bulk, except that providing the chiefsof the fund shall be used for the erectionof
the agreement, and that the yacht was
lands which and
public so often have been watchmen and guards can be seen,
bureaus shall receive no additionalpay made in all according to the buildings. These must be otherwise sand
respects contract ,
the instrument of setting aside or prevent- Mr. Folger is looked upon as the warder
and that relating to the appropriation ing private individuals from perfecting He says that it was finished and provided, together with one hundredacres Webster carrying the 'hangman's

for torpedoes. Pending action on ready to be delivered but the plaintiff of land for experimental gardens.The .
their final proofs. The people of Florida noose. The same ill feeling exists in the
these amendments, the House adjourned.An him from it. He buildings to start with need not be
prevented delivering
..... ... should fully appreciate the effect. of thisresolution. W Department between certain officials :*'- ,
demands as a counterclaim$1,000 the bal- very costly. As to what would be required "
Iron Sailing Vessel. and clerks. 'There is a great lack of discrimination -
The first iron clipper-ship in Americais .... .> ance due on the contract a conference may be had betweenthe and judgement displayed by .
Attempt at Kidnapping. The Duchess del Castillucia was elegantly localities interested and some member -
now being built at Roach's shipyard at some of the petty officials in our Govern- .
Daytona has had an excitement in the dressed. The yacht she said had of the Executive Committeetheseare
Chester. Some fourteen years ago an ment Departments here,and how long the
iron bark was built at Wilmington, but shape of an attempted kidnapping case to be seaworthy, for sometimes there Judge Walker, of Tallahassee; Judge suffering subordinates will stand the non'f'J'"
on the 10th inst. A MTU. Saunders was were storms on the Indian River which Baker, of Jacksonville; Gen. Barnes, of
this is of
the first instance an iron ship sense is now simply a matter of conjee- .
stopping in that place for the winter, and violent and destructive. When Tallahassee Col. Smith of Madison andJ. .
were ; ,
being built in this country. If this vessel very ture. It is certain that it will not belong .
is a lady of means. She isseparated from Wofford Tucker of Sanford. To the
. gives satisfaction it is expected that asked whether her letters were ever sign- before the trouble brought before Congress -

three more will be;built It is designedfor her husband, and paid him$2,000 to agreeto ed by her husband, she replied, "Never, .last named the towns of Palatka, Ocala needed. reforms. ,,
a separation, but owing to some tech- sir The tub insteadof and Gainesville were assigned for the
William H. Starbuck, of New York, f never. yacht was a Some important changes are soon to %*.
nicality the papers were never drawn. being built as she wished. The Duke purpose of receiving communications and u "
of the Oregon Railway Navigation Com take place in the Patent Office., The As- .
parry for whom Mr. Roach has built a i I Mrs. Saunders had the custody of the when they were at the Fifth avenue Hotel reporting at an adjourned meeting at sistant Commissioner ,having resigned i
two children. Saunders and a, man sometimes went down to Roslyn to lookat Tallahassee, 1st of February. In the per-
number of vessels before. It will be used there is as usual a large number of office,
named Sheldon appeared in Daytona and the and came back and told her formance of this duty Mr. Tucker will '
for the grain carrying trade, and will run seekers making still hunts for the place, >
between New York and San Francisco.It put up at a hoteL On Friday, the 5th how it was getting on. visit the places designated, beginningwith which by the way is one of the most im- ,\

will be a vessel of 1800 tons register, they hired a team intending to kidnapthe The Duke sat at the end of the jury Gainesville, 25th of January, and portant in that branch of the Govern- '|
young child and drive over to Enter- box. He might be taken for a twin brother thence calling at Ocala and Palatka. We ,
will carry 2500 tons dead,weight The ment service, and no man, unless thor- ;;'
masts and bowsprit will be of steel, the prise that night and take the boat in the of the Hon. John Oakey, if the bit shall be pleased to confer with corporate oughly posted should be appointed therefc r ':;}
morning. At a certain signal the father ter were less handsome.. The Duke worea bodies and citizens who may take an in- "
yards of wood. Its draft is 18. feet 9 1 to. Mr. Robert Mason is the choice of ,'i
inches. picked up the child and ran down the large ulster and an air of placid dignity. terest in the location of the college. The I Commissioner Marble and unless 'political ''

...... street and jumping into the carriage When the Duchess descended from the fund amounts now to about $140,000. in-: influence instead of actual 'worth. is :

The crew of the schooner Addle' G. drove rapidly away. The alarm was given witness-stand the Duke met her and escorted vested in State bonds, and yields an' annual -I brought to bear in filling the place, this.

Bryant were imprisoned"at Cedar Key; and William Jackson, whose horse her to a humble chair. Then he interest of nearly $9,000. The pa- gentleman will be the coming man. That 'A

on the .18th ult, for disobedience to stood at the gate, started in pursuit. Oth- procured her bag. and handed it to her tronage to any town or city, resultingfrom he is eminently fitted for the responsible :}

orders. ers soon: followed, and when near Blake with ducal grace,reminding one of .Venice the presence of such an institution, position no one inside of the Patent Office"Q. ')

The mail ,carrier between Ocala and Mr. Jackson overhauled them and ordered and gondolas, blue waters of the Mediterranean having possibly, hundreds of young men doubts, having passed through all the various ,:'i

Chrystal River struck for higher wages them to go back. This they refused to and Pinafore.A domiciled there,and supplying themselves stages training and experience :.j

recently,and as the department did not do.; He then passed them and took the young. gentleman who has been a largely from the local trade cannot wellbe since. the first .day of his appointment, ,

grant the same the mail ,stopped. Nothing road and pushed on till he came to the short 'time in Florida was put on the overestimated. It would .also furnish ,a fifteen years ago. He now is one of .the ;:0

like independent house of a justice of the peace where a stand to testify as to the value of oranges.It first-class institution of learning for local most energetic and prompt: of 'the Principal ;1

warrant was obtained. In the meantime turned out however that the patronage. It must not be supposed that
The closing of a number of cigar factories orangeshe Examining Corps and if there were .:
Mr!!Jackson was joined by another man knew about had been sold in Boston. the college is to be a farm. It will teach
at Key West has flooded the streets more men of hb class, less complaintiregard
with idlers. and"the two rode to the forks of the road Thereupon counsel for the defense ex- agricultural science, analyze soils, fertili- to tedious delays, now quite common -, -

eleven miles from Daytona and intercepted I claimed: zers, etc., and mechanic arts in all departments ,
The Key,West post-office for the quar- would certainly be made against the
ter ending Dec. 31, issued. 1,013 money the kidnappers, arresting -them' and "I object to the price of oranges in ; but it will be all the same 'a Patent Office. Other changes will follow
bringing them back to town. They were Boston-a mere provincial town." school for imparting in all respects a first-
orders. The average receipts per weekis taken before Justice Huston and the some of the slow, lazy and careless examiners f.
justice A thrill of horror passed through the class education. Let,the cities speak out.
about who than two month behind *
$2,000, making $25,000. per remanded them to prison in defaultof are jaora :
quarter. $500 each for bond to appear before occupants of the courtroom and Judge .. ..t in their examinations will.,be shelved .

*.. the Circuit Court. Their object in stealing Pratt, a Massachusetts man, turned pale. Not'an experiment or cheap patent and new blood infused -m"..their ;z'
The only 'iron preparation that does the child was to extort money from Witnesses for the defense were exam- medicine is Brown's Iron Bitters. It 1: -ArGUBrv- ,.'.i'
places. ... ,
color the mother. Such scoundrels as these showed that by one of the oldest and most -'- *". I
not the teeth, and will not cause ined this morning They prepared > '
should be the *
permitted to enjoy pleasures reliable chemical firms and will do all Ocala has moss factory :'in full ,}
headache, or. constipation other iron "of the Enterprise jaiL-Enterprise ;the yacht was a good one and sailed eat a. "
i I One gentleman said she tow- that'U claimed for it. blast. -. ? 1
preparations will, Brown's. Iron Bitten. i Herald. isfactorily. .. ,



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.-i iuieL.mitwastb.tIloul.is.w t. her she stood In. the rough, doorway, ph&.. been!]
1 and looked curiously at me.with red, the Gulf Stream "
!if. ftett was alsettx wntfew.; I I'f regarding with a look of rapt devotion :is used to and at a i .
r facet ilke that had no lashes toihelr.Ucl& Arasene embroider now
: '... ealiel :TOSM' tNek Iwa 1M w.mi eyes, her Imbecile brother,. while' the ing at Montreal be..ia'j
: Uw.'alrl'wh1 decorate the plush frames for
&, tUeetttrtlasottt..ptt treByt results of his
leaned his hickory staff beside work B8" r"
; abq""Ida""ol sativsafsoI pered .to him' and be went to sleep old man i mirrors. FOranges certain .
and the oat purred trustingly among generally 1
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F. .II'tfJl"' Mek.tk*--le rare,' How old ire JOG ?" I; faked, when back of her a horror as of death peeled'and are divided without breaking which he says doss -not'. ..

t : ,Ll ssarsb carat't.r JIoII7:. .- had talked little and abe was the skin.Cheese .
we the Gulf of Mexico
awaited her. So !small so trusting DOt'oii
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Idi i *;': ggedr ..,.I.".... .... "What do you think?" ah* ..asked commend the notice of the angels, I with the finger, but crumbled and parallel with the Ap

.. ,.-&Ii 1Ma 8&"a tIIQ8n bat 1.ts47"scam in hat quaint way. saw as in a dream, that small stature i eaten with a fork. He says that there Is aw.
) Pslas.Go4.Bwo.es oar '
.i MMts looked at her small childish fit extending along the costit'
: pmi growing to heavenly heights. An odd ceiling for an elegant .

...lee strew._..w7.'g. ure and guessed, "lo?" I drawing room is"of cathedral flaw, Bermuda Banks, over i; '

Daft.u.m..IUa.ewWI!bovr She 1ifrM a little and shook her. sold to have cost$5000. stream flows, sweeping 1&

r: .: AaS toseh et JaJa Nedo small head. .' Humor of the Day. A should not shake hard coral bottom; beJ iI
caw Msnrr x- to the relM.rb.deblo.eywcnie I remarked the aharp curved chin -
. ., .t A stumpepeach : "Gimme the butt hands with a lady not'a relative, unless slopes rapidly dori'Is
and ventured 15? OOS7"wlth tail
Xest eta0 a.MPIOUaeJtlaa. of yer cIgar, mister?" she cffen, to do so. the wash from ._
; As*11m pretty Molljrrm l'Tq..en. The stream la not a river of i
-* sate your.lILw.e.-.DI. *; Bhe drew back her sunburned hair A Buffalo is not a bird but we have Cheap and: pretty,bedroom curtains flowing over cold,and the"

;:: 0Plows Iel.aa ttI7. and looked fall into mine with her often heard of a buffalo bill. are of cheese-cloth, trimmed with very rent does not run inside. 'filii"all

.y SMa.......r.bonreteppedWltowaeHy /. bright, restless eye. The man who scissors off coupons is deep torchon lace. new to most people and -
heart good!till a tolaate,
.! j' 'Make I boti DIck sad I winters. a"Seventeen-for caught the the genuine revenue cutter. There are new English rugs which to those whose ideas of the(

Of else the cJnIta la It! glimpse of a woman' nature In their When the average man laughs he make pretty and inexpensive coverings are indefinite anyway! _

i For XM loan not for old XollVer clear depths. gets fat. When the printer geta fat he for parquetry floors. fact which will Interest'the
: all tie ttzrp ta *br': *]
Y".fdual"UI DMt IO ea1l" TftahallouU" Bhe sighed as laughs. Autumn leaves and wild flowers are most in connection with thai. '

,I, IapleeeroZmasweather. spoke. is much used for decorative purposes the tribute Commander Ban
The moralist "Every man
i Ait BU woohlp, Banbone*,grimly united.I "I believe you are fifty, I said occasionally wnat he ought to be per. also red,golden and purple aslert.Coff'ee to Yankee ingenuity tilt: .
Van not blows nor brawling j sharply there was such a change in .
p referred to
above. Dr.
some men grounds, thoroughly dried
l{ Yes win I gtw thee.too), a pledge rAnd. each movement of the little woman. rxtually. Then again
u to be make an excellent filling for a pin ing expressed his admiration' A
, .soolu! IM Mat Dlok prawllaf! Y'ime twenty," the replied in her are perpetually what they ought ,
when Hon aDd I helped WUdatr apt occasionally. cushion. As they do not gather work added that it pleased s
childish voice.
No looter trim and JoUyfaaTat moisture they do not rust the needles. know that thb results were
+t not Ba Diet;."rays uner Mall I mink It she hud said one hundredI A very old lady on berdeatb-bed. in
J Pious.Melancholy would not have been surprised, penitential mood, saii : "I have beena New sconces are of chased brass with British instrument. 'rt.

'tj great sinner more than eighty years, forming a panel worked in relief instead Commander Bartlett replied
. A Daughter of the Gods. she was so wlerdly quaint and old. .
.;..;. As we were sitting silent ehe watch- and didn't know It" An old colored of an upright mirror at the back William Thompson did invent .

The first time I saw her-snd I ing every movement I made, there woman who had lived with her a for the swinging sockets for candles.A paratus and kindly forwarded '

'' never saw her but twice-there was was a great clattering at the doer, and long time exclaimed "Laws I great deal of lace is used for bed- Coast Survey, but it would nor.

I i nothing visible but a slat sunbonnet he flew with that swift motion of bowed it all the time." room decorations. It is seen in profusion Yankee ingenuity then luy

and a pair of red angular elbow keeping hers, to open it. There was a loud, "Lookatyon!"shrieked Mrs.Eoonf, on tne counterpanes and pillow attachment by which it was

,j1\ ; time to.a monotonous chant: angry voice which the at once answered as the nurse let the baby fall over the coven and the toilet mate and table efficient that soundings of MM)
: Marry and Marthy aernd tha Led covers. can be made in thirty mlnn
t ; in her soft tones and then a second floor baluster. "Two inches

., Mry aadUartbyaerreitba Law tawd.t man stumbled into the room, and nearer the wall and that child would A novel set of finger-bowl napkinsare without deflecting more than aJ
Ha-ry sad lUrttty Mmdtba '
r' t &D4kIlL Mire Him tow." without noticing me threw himself on have smashed a 950 statuette and the embroidered with twelve figures from perpend.IcuUr. z .

,I This was fallowed by a vigorous rubbing the low little bed and snored Instantly hall lamp." And then they picked from"Patience"on tie dozen napkins; More Petroleum. ,

} ; the slat sun-bonnet flapping and -an ugly, unkempt drunken man, up the baby. I the edges are fringed out and hem- '-'.

f' I the elbow flying on 'a homemaderickety shabbily garbed and forbidding-look The deacon's son was telling the stitched. The repotted discovery of .
wash-board she w> petroleum deposits in Bru1-J.
pine > Table mats used in
\L. Ing."It's minister about the bees stinging his are no longer
':*'washing, standing on a bench and feyther." she sighed "he's pa and the minister inquiied : "Stung stylish houses, either at luncheon or nela, Russia: Raumania,

r leaning over so far into the hot, tooken agen ; it's the mountln agoo your pa, did they? Well, what did dinner. The waiter should have a and elsewhere outside of

I; -mtn<< water that there was danger he's got, an' it takes holt rite sharp you pa say?" "Step this way a moment coarse iowel outside and wipe each nta and the Canadian DrminicN
Ii. of her losing her balance and drown ao'a he cannot do a stroke of work. excited some attention of I.
said the boy "I'd rather whisper dish before he puts it on the table.
I ing. The sound of the robbing and Poh feyther." it to you." An cdd and handsome mat for a latest news in this line U -that,

t 'splashing and her own voice had "And the old man?" I queried Professor-"Now Mr. Saodkins small table or a tete-a-tete set is madeof Hum abounds in paying q

t prevented her hearing my approach pointing to the slumbering figure in criticise ,the theme I have, felt. Make the centre of some dark 8'guenza, Spain, abo'1t" smiles .
n and abe jumped like frightened the chair. you may northeast of Madrid on tts
just read." Snodkins-"I'd rather colored felt, and then make a borderof ,
partridge and looked at me with a of railway leading to the latter
Gran'feyther He's a comfort toh points of different colors and different
write a criticism air I can't talk
frightened stare when I addressed her."Don't so It is stated that. wells in that
be haan't the widths. Button-bole
me mostly; agoo yoh well aa I can write." Professor (who stitch
be alarmed, little one I have been worked for about tie
see. has waded through Saodkins' last these with embroidery silk, fasten together
" said "I: have only lost my way and "D3 you take care of these"-tr-ese theme with great difficulty)-"Then at the centre, and where the by the proprietor, and that tsf.

[ stopped to ask yon where the hotel dreadful people I had nearly said, but sir, I'm sorry for you." edges j>ln catch with a few stitches.On capable of being greatly extin.
I checked myae1t1"0Ul father and the wider point fasten six brace this end articles of'i
.f She wrung the water out of her lean, grandfather "What man your father is," exclaimed curtain; rings with gay-colored embroi- new mining company have bsei

:! red,hands, pushed back her sunbonnet "Yea, an' Kedeie! Wait, till yoh Mrs. Hopespnn, looking up dery silk and on the narrower point at Madrid. The analyses of t*
I and stepped off the bench. from the letter she held in her hand.'
{.i seeKedaiel'' sew five rings Fill in the enclosed are good. Furnaces, retorts aid
"Dew yon live at the tavern?" she The first happy look I had seen "He says he has bought a French circle with fancy stitches of the silk. necessary appliances have biN;

asked' 'putting her,brown head over came into her eyes. She was listeninga clock, and will bring it home with ready put down. The Ma
one shoulder like a bird, and looking him. What will it be
on step was at the door which opened good for exceptas Guardian says of the project: ".

at me. with ,bright, inquisitive and :.a young, fresh fair-looking an ornament. None of us can tell Exploring for Fanaticism. ing from the quantities of oil

.&. man came softly in. He was rather the time by it, unless you can, Edith. are yearly imported Into Bpaim :
"Yes! What a shame to let such a You know something about French There Is Pennsylvania and the hIP;
neatly dressed, but one look at hit something exquisitely ,
child .as yon wash; yon ought to be long, smooth chin and open month, don't jou?'' ludicrous In the following telegram ruling, the success of the

w playing with dells," I remarked, indignantly. told the story-he was wistless. e. from the Cairo correspondent of the considered more than piobaUi .

; But the girl's face brighted into a Times: "Accompanied by Mr. Mar. will be interesting to note ttgnu |
She looked at me covertly from under -
A Dutck
. rlott, a member of Parliament I have
sunny smile; she reached on tiptoe to ,
i the lashes of her soft shy eyes as '.1 x
I would do her harm ties the pale, flabby cheek of her The .Household visited the Axhar Mosque University,
, ) if wondering a a newspaper of the When to Smoke. _
.. centre of Islamism.! I ,
and she folded sought
brother opened the
r drew her small form up proudly and Amsterdam, Holland attempt to -
i 1 pointed to the uyountain. fingers of one mrrelesa hand to see comment upon the result of the late vainly for traces of fanaticism; there There is very little, if anthe .

1 "Keep rite.on up; tha's yoh place; what he had there-It was little field- elections in the United States. It was only the same amuaed indiffer London Lancet, to be said
t epee that I found
go wha the road turns and 7ew'lt site monte the life crushed out by the aye : "Lut Tuesday being the day in four Years ago. the use of tobacco in the aveiysof

11 the tavern." tension of the long finger that had the United States set apart for the elec- The Coptlo clerk from the Ministry of the organism. Those who sis*
Public Instruction who
I! .. "._ She bulled her head in the tub and imprisoned It. tion of members of Congress and of accompaniedus favorable affected by it should a .
resumed her chanting: Yoh killed It, Kedaie" laid the other officers of the Government, the said that fanaticism did not exist and it is wholly inadmissible to .

; -Mry and Martby served the Lawd.- : girl sally: ,, "Look yeah how its eyes two great parties which in that'conn In Egypt. This settles the matter We should go so far as to say that

When I was half up the mountainside ; wimple; tha's teahs in 'em. try contend for power met in combat and henceforth let us hear no more young man should smoke W-

'f : I turned 'and saw her ItandinKbareheaded I The foolish boy laughed; then he It is :well known that these two parties about fanaticism In Egypt. But how bas attained his m.Jm17-

I R in the sun, looking after drew a pretty green lizard from his are known respectively as the delightful it would have been to have would be well if he deferred the '

me but she 'was gone like a squirrel pocket and held it with his thumb Republican and the Democratic party, wen the pair on their tour of discovery tobacco altogether every form

I: when she saw me watching her. and finger, Its long narrow green names which.however, have not the through the famous university and the extreme limit of develop
The next time 1 her when I head undulating like a snake he beard them conducting the exhaustive
i f. saw was ; same meaning Europe they have which may be placed at the afsotean.
; 'I: was looking for a particular species of made sound that resembled the chattering in America. 'Thd Republicans are in inquiry which has had such con. ? It is impossible to glt4 s

! .: beetle-I am fond of bugs and worms of a monkey, and it was evident favor of centraUsa on.while the Democrats Elusive and satisfactory results. The precept as to the time and j mo*

I' -and,being caught in a storm,sought that he knew no power of speech. are the advocates of federalism annual inspection of the vaults under ImokiD Speaking genenUyTpoints ",<

' j shelter in the fint cabin which was "It's wnth money." u.1d"the girl. and decentralisation. The former Parliament House would be nothing to of caution should be to'aveM.

hen She did not the door until looking at it critically. "Yoh this wonderful exploration.
_j open can party has been in power uninterrupt Possibly rltatlon of the mucous membrass ...
*" I' had knocked and pounded a number dicker fob it at the tavern." edly since the 18O their they expected to find the dreadful the
. mouth
, year recent and fauoes, loss of uMJ
;1 of time The sun came out and I rose to go; defeat being result of the assassination commodity neatly done up in canisters accretion and super excitement of ti

'; "An' it's yew," was her laconic the cat followed me to the door: the of Kr.lb 1leld. It is also known and tabled like gunpowdtr, orpsrhapa nerves and nerve centres Clfansj

I : greeting as she swung the old boards ;' old grandfather rose feebly and totter that it is customary in the United they hoped to detect it by the smell. better than piped, and far better tls|

r} that served for* a door and reluctantly ed out to look at the weather; the States when one part7 obtains the Unfortunately for our peace et mind cigarettes; but no cigar sbooU.liimoked

admitted me. drunken man snored ; the little child- Presidency for the other party to be an authority who has just assured us for more than UuJborta4IU
fire stone hearth caned that 90 per CEnt. of the length, even with a montbDM;
There. ,was a on a ; woman against her fooliah given the Vioe-Pre-ldenUal chair. natives do not The late .
them old man in brother in the and even think at all was not smoke should be taken 4
was a very asleep a doorway patted exactly the
Owing therefore to the efforts of Pres front of the mouth and ej sated as !t
ehatr,and a great brindled cat with the soft leaden band which she held inhere dent Arthur temporary heir of Mr. beet qualified to divine the secret Idly as possible. Property and*=,.

green eyes, arched itself at his side. ; I was never one to say a graceful Garfield, the Democrats have once thoughts of the Modems at El Aahar. iteXy enjoyed tobacco wnokiM.%

The room was a clean,bright warm or pretty thing when I should.andI more taken possession of the White .. .-. writer concludes, lit not a baneftustl.

I place,that ..mcra picturesque than blurted out abruptly to the girl: House. The new President has not The Pasteur of It enjoyed., but one that*. may be' .itmanM vfk i

5 anything I-.had seen in the dreary "Da you help them all?" been idle during his administration sheep process vaccinating .h* v iH "' ::\;
pies bailed the Pocket country,which She drew herself up on Uptoe and having put all the wheels in motion, after proving a preventive against charbon, "Yes air," he said "that's an .
lies between Kentucky and Virginia looked up lovingly into the foolish In order to influence the elections in France has success In the North of Pul knowing bulldog o' mID. Hsi .
and where fate had cast me for a few imbecile face. the out the same in lam. full o' fleas, and he got afek 1..
interest of his the
political friends.As warm Siuth. The
lonely weeks. I looked every moment "Ha," she said in a loving voice have point on which wrenching his spine and the cord! ,
i for some woman 'to make her "tha help me I" Democrats might been expected, the attention is now fixed: Is for how long his neck reaching n und to gnaw'A

appearance;yet it would be bard to I did the next worst thing I could: have gained the victor -six, twelve or thirty-six months- and besides, he was rather tired o**'
hence the
future does
? ; of America laIn the efficacy the
would from have done-took of pock endure? taste of himself What did he sW
'J tell where a.me unless out a silver halt the hands of that Time
party. When we of course will
in the loft above.k dollar settle the point. :Went outt9irand into fight W**
!; she had been ; fortunately I saw that the little recall to mind the mean of Native got a
practices Barbary
sheep .
", There was a curtain hung across a mountain washerwoman was a which the Democrats have known are proverbially another dog'and and let that dill *

small division of the cabin but it concealed princess In disguise, and 1 asked hum been frequently /V811 CQarba. but when the gnawing for him. Mighty *
guilty we see that the future of crossed France that "V"Idon'tbeilev
Immunity dis- Sent dog air."
J. nothing. bly :
the United States looks anything but appears. .
."Do.tou keep house here alone?" "May I buv the lizard?" cheerfuL Now ... -
more than ever before, ---._-_ la a good'tulwI
"With feyther and gran'feyther," I took the rrptlle home with me in apiece '
*> we appreciate how calamltions to the An tiusband, said Mrs. Jeens. "It siaM
aid the child "an=an Keedsle." of a broken cup; I have the bit 'has been acceptance or regret should be hIm
country the
assassination. 01 lent bring home too frieadsWdinner
t 'Oh,1CK1l brother?" of dell yet to remind me of the little Mr. Garfield." as soon as possible after receiving many *
an lDTitaUen. and U there's anjthlng I at
;:' s It.'. that."


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aow'lscpaplrto1jerioas .energetic arttonr suit bt tnlxnt ,.ui" ,. l. and.bar father gives them tltetfgnal togo him from hla captors and Joa4ly-.....

It .is gettinttonbethefcsifcm .. .' au 'arttete..of Qss*%ehabitualemployment IhaUltaUtbMBoROwBeady.. .eta.dm .' .: Jn pursuit;. The chase k sometime dare they will not part with their beloved
sold sad enMlhaa* __
and not without delete1ltioenpcopeetlei .wlla :a long-lasting ope. :A traveler teoorda son. Thereof a seramble and
to flat.haaJth and many :.ptn*>n* are .I tfNfsmkyel+l i-tisveaNp t ,
it. : : *regretfully. Perhaps : ber no'corresponding Kr.a1.was ehUla with aides)aka; one In which, after,two'hours'. gallop : they are overcome.; ,a code,and,,Jbsa

giving up I nsjrvoQs!0exaBsjs0ajsBtaUtvw'| bassY] Yet tnss I made reply i'. r bgtliefleldof nine had Wbiclledto : are sacrificed,and the pair are man
'.. .+is very jurious in some eases. observed after It. effects dad disappeared "Iff ehl.Natioved eau Bavardle I four. Racing meek and neck together and wife.
'; .......... ,I : eves Mends Wall lbs spin."
bat that;ltd'sitar A* l "X&&2ts.&' Odf-ee-1 i .. ue sean.in'narcotics, andother.tlmnlaute. _And., Earth's* the riders' gradually gained on.the : B a late aa the seventeenth century it

....Th aetiam Imparted old Ttms. a.lled Merely: "Thorn art 7008Aadbopefel. quarry, each shouting ,in turn:* "I was customary...parts of Ireland
drinkers. generanycheerful,strong
an to the nerves k natural and heal What alekneM pale come,'my Peril I, am your lover I" for the bridegroom's friend.to receive
pe rwring.. .The eenineot'Dr. Book Makes nerve to bead sad beast to all, '
of Leipsle,. aaya: "The nervonsn_ thy. Habitual coffee, drinkerj generally Which BOW with.....lire areetroaffJ One of the horses suddenly faltered in those of,the bride with a shower of:
enjoy good health. Some of the "My Urn not 1m his stride, and the dismayed ffrl saw darts '
and peevishness,. of the ,tiaaes are sttencth hop oryoata; carefully dlrectei aoaato fall
"c aid coffee,1', oldest'people'.have used ;noses from .TMehtldhoodotlamort years that the man of her heart arm out of harmless; and .Lord Kalmwho
attributable to tea
ehtefly earliest Infancy without feeling 'any Cbaaot fce track with aortal tears; the hunt. 'Making a quick turn she '
died in that
of ". 1783deposss the marriage
He that
"fa "the digestive
organs : >ea Des bat rends the Tell of traits
depreisine'reaatllon; such as is produced darted right across the path of the observances of the Welsh of the
confirmed coffee-drinkers are in a state :clay
: by slcohrlio<< trUnmlants. ...Deatb-u oa preramptoou one, perenaneattthln exultant three and made at'full aped were significantly symbolical 1:: ,,,,
of chronic which reacts marriage
I. I these door of ftoomI for her lover. -ffhe baffled suitors
on the brain,. produces fretful and .waits dread abadow.till thou eons; by rapture,the respectivefriendi
lachrymose moods.". "I cannot :Gambling.Not .. Wa&cbeaUIJ heedleai.tepe advance, chocked their headlong career'with of the bride and groom' meson=. .*,

acres,",says Dr.Henry: Segur of Paris -. Brett to the open tomb, oneleCrd. but coming Into' collision, horseback the trm refusing fo::deliver
twe of them rolled "
that! the'nervonsnesB and peevishness half the gamblers in this:world i "Xwlllaot tremble 1 twill trull I over on the lady on demand and bring.

of the present; times are to be attributed ever play>> aids There are',sot many It days...thine,0 Sartor dear and, eluding the remaining detri- Ing about a sham conflict,, 'daring

:.to the use of cafleav. If people are other modes'''of 'risking'money that tarn sisal all this coming use r. mental's gasp with a triumphant which. the nearest ,kinsman\ of the
Then J ft1M..and thoa art JaR laugh, the maiden reached her lover's
bride behind whom is
ion nervous or in wore humor than cards seem superfluous. -This too, is :mounted

formerly>> we'may, find:other .causes without considering the commonplace tby poor child will not fear. 1d.. In a moment his' arm was galloped:away, to be pursued by the I

arising from the customs and habits of methods- ."of, betting upon ,what are Time to1IObed; UM maeiy rata swung wide; around her waist and she was i his opposite party .uqWt mea and horse

I:paused-Volee not all onkuownSpoke had had enough It when the bride-
society much more likely to produce known as sporting events Anybodycan own.Among ,
to my heart la sweetest tone: the Kalmucks the bride-
.auchva Mate.of things_than the,use of bet on the result of a hor je-noe or -C illd I will be thy guide; Is groom waa permitted to overtake the)
race reduced to match and Dr.
this particular article of diet." v prise-fight or.a walking-match, but Fear not to travel OD.Karriqc .- a pretended fugitive and bear her off. in.
Clarke avers that the girls are such
there are delicate and esthetic ways I
Let us,examine the effects of coffee good horsewomen that for one to ,be t
.frisking money that, compared with by Capture.
The Berricora
of France'are the
on the economy. Taken in moderation caught against her will, was a thing only
these every day methods,are as choice .
it is mental and bodily stimulantof unknown. Kalmucks of high degree, European. people among whom'the.
pieces of Sevres china compared with When an Eskimo youth baa killeda form of
capture still .un( & Upom
a moat agreeable nature; and followed however, do not run their brides
the th ok Goflee-cnp of the cheap res polar bear unaided, and so proved : the day of the wedding the doors ota '
by no harmful reaction, it produces down; they bargain for them and the
taurant. Fly loo i< perhaps one of himself capable -of providing for the i bride's house are closed and barricaded,
contentment of mind, allays bargain concluded the bridegroom
the most exciting of these modern in wants of a family he is sent forth at I the windows barred and hex friends
hunger and bodily weakness,increases and the chief men of his horde ride to
ventions. Fly loo la now so old a night to obtain a wife by seizing the mustered within. the
Presently bridegroom's -,
the incentive and capacity for work, the camp of the bride's people, who : "
game that Its novelty is gone, but first girl he can surprise unaware.
P&rt7.comea, asking admission -
makes man forget his misfortunes, feign opposition to the match and .
there is still peculiar pleasure In hearing She' of b:1nllnlout 'false
screams course
on one pretence after an
and enables those who use it to remaina only surrender the lady after a mock
the .captains of some of the bigo the whole population,'and an appreciative other.
Finding speech ,of no', avail
long time without food or sleep to conflict Sometimes, the conflict la
.:ean steamers describe nerverackinggames audience secured seta her
I upon they endeavor to force, an entrance
endure unusual fatigue and real enough. ii a Kalmuck swain
.. preserve
cheerfoluiand': of fly leo ,with saloon passengers. i captor with tooth and nail, releases with no better fortune. Then comes a
their eontentment cannot find the wherewithal to satisfy
> herself from his clutches and darta the
parley; besiegers proclaim that
Jomand says : "An Infusion made the demands lady-love's parents,
A dozen or fifteen persons seat among the crowd. He follows push- they bring the lady husband and arc
with ten ounces of coffee enables me to or is for any other reason obnoxious to
C table and each lug aside the old women who attemptto admitted within to
without themselves about a doors, fight for the
live other food for five consecutive them, he enlists the aid of his kina
days without lessening my' lays in front of him a lump of sugar bar his progress, heedless of the men,who at the earliest chance swoop possession of the heart'win it and the'

and a dime or a quarter dollar, or seal-skin scourges they lay about his bride with It, the couple being forth
ordinary occupations and to use more down on the advene.camp, and, providing
whatever the stakes are. The party shoulders. Should he catch the flying with united in the orthodox '-1t OD.
.and more prolonged: mu-eqJa..a.erclae they do not get the wont of the ,
remain as quiet as possible till a flyalighta''npon lass, more scratching and biting en- .
than I was accustomed to without any I fight, carry the prize of their valor to
'' of m. -and perchance, a second escape. '1.t
one of the lumne ,
other physical injury than a slight the expectant lover's arms.
: The chase II tben renewed *s before
The proud owner of this lump Cps.-'Indian
of and .little loss ef
degree fatigue
flesh." -I.upr.winner of the stakes. A newer only the wife-hunter. inspirited by In Circa stia, the carrying off of the iaa, squaw;' '

sport, equally exciting 'is 'called knowing that,a third capture effected, bride II a pearranged affair, the bridegroom therefore aa Indian baby is a squaw'

The mental exhilaration, physical "trickelily." Two gentlemen determined there will be no more maidenly struggles and his followers rushing into ling. .
activity and wakefulness It causes explains to risk their money on something ; the girl accepting her fat, and the bride'a house while,the wedding A Gtrman speaks of Washingtonshow 1

the fondness:for it which has revelries at their there and ciety and he Isn't .
: watched window pane on a allowing him to lead her away amid are height yery wronc

been shown by ao.many men of science rainy day and bet_upon the comparative :. the applauding shouts of the excited bearing the unreluctant damsel off A backwoods shoemaker puts' bin

poets, scholars' and others devoted speed of two drops of rain owning spectators. The aboriginal Australian with them. Against such an Irruption glass windows .In the box'.toes. "of hla*

to thinking. It has, indeed down the glass,each gentleman choosing adopts a more summary process when the Indian Mae n1man provides by client's boots to cure corns.

been called the intellectual beverage.It a favorite drop It has remainedfor tired of single blessedness. He looks cjoslog the entrances to the lad,'. Jones believes In. policemen,'and'

supported the old age of Voltaire the Frwach, however, to Invent a about for a likely helpmate, and finding abode, and setting guard before it to thinks' they are all square men.: "At '

and enabled Fontenella to pass' his sport that is said to outstrip both of oDe,waits his opportunity,knocks receive the expected assailants., "Whoare any rate," he 'says. "they are.never. ,- -

hundred years. these favorites in interest and exdte- her down, and carries her h*,. yon who dare to obstruct the klng'a 'round."

cavalcade?" demands the leader of A Vermont debating society will
The'action of oeflee directed chiefly ; ment. This new de11lh'which has Marriage by capture, in this simple :
I served to enliven French watering unknown of tile wife-seeking band. "There are tackle the question, "Which is.the
to the nervous system.. It produces form, is now out Btvage-
I thieves abroad at night possibly we most fun-to nee a man try to threada
the is crab resolved itself ; .
a warming, cordial impression on the places through season, dom. having elsewhere
-' I sham bridal- behold them." la the reply. A long needle or to see a woman try to-
stomach, Quickly'fiUowed by a. diffused racing. Into bridHhand*

agreeable and nervous excitement The interesting ,animals are first battles; mere mockeries cr mimicries interchange of uncomplimentary badinage drive a nail?"

which extends itself to the weighed and handicapped, and then of the grim realities of those ancient ensues, terminating In an attempt An old Dutchman froze his nose.

cerebral functions .giving when literally took wives to break through the ranks of While thawing the frost out he said :
rise to Increased put in line. Each "sportsman" lays days men
the bride's defenders. Failing in this I hat carry dat nose forty.vear not
vigor, of ,imagination and him finger on the back of the crab unto themselves practical assertion ,
intellect without that but the brave deserve the the bridegroom pays down a certain he' never Ireeza hlaself before. Inounderstaa >
any subsequent confusion which carries his colors The starter I none "'.
sum of money and the gates are flung this ting.
such fair.
or stupor as are characteristic waves his handkerchief, the backers
There la second contest of "Mary, go into :the sitting-room,
of narcotics. Coffee containses.entLa lift their fingers and the crabs are off. In Singapore the winning cf a open. a '
within the please, and tell me how the thermometer .
strength gates, ending a
irlndples ,of! nutrition far Their instinct takes them invariably bride depends upon the matrimonlaa
matter of course in the giving of stand." Mary (after.1J ,.u.. .
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exceeding importance its .exhilarating toward the lea, and the crab races are aspirant's fleetness of foot or skill in
with tion) : "it stands on' the first mantel.piecejaitagain'
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properties:?and is.one of the alwaj on the beach. The sport has paddling his own canoe. In the first

most desirous articles for sustaining become so developed on the coast of i case, a circular course is marked out the victorious party.The the'al1., mam." ,.
Whoever denies that the'n.tiipiper.
the system in, certain prostrating die Nnmsn y that the length. of the halt of which is traversed by the Khoida have turned marriage has mould'entert a'ar'' :
Dlt..lon- and
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eases. As ootDired .with 'the nutrition course has been definitely fixed at maiden encumbered only with a by capture from comedy Into farce. ,,
see how useful they are to the :men,
to' be 4'-derived 'from the best. of twenty metres., There seems no doubt waistband-ere the word is given for Biding one night among the hills an '
when fat
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soups,coffee has decidedly_the advantage that this divenlon Is even more'u.. the wonldbe possessor to no in pursuit English officer heard loud cries, seeuiinftly : I '
is looking are:md for a seat.
and is to be preferred many I citing than the once popular sport of in the hope of overtaking her be- proceeding from a village hard '
An Irish lad complained the other
nstafloes.: "medicinal effects of : betting whether ,a distinguished passenger fore she has thrice compassed the circle by. Making for the spot, he saw a .
day of the harsh treatment he had received ;
coffee an very great. intermittent on a steamer would step ashore. ; that achieved, she has no chcice I man carrying upon his neck something from his father. "He bate.

lever, it has. been used bY eminent first, with his right tooor his left. but to take the victor for heir lord. In I enveloped in scarlet cloth. He ..
me, ,said he mournfully, "as itI'
physicians, with the happiest effect, the water-chase, the damsel takes her was surrounded by twenty or thirty

in cutting short ', the ,.ttack- 0'; 'and'_if An Insect Carpet-Bagger. place in a canoe and plies its double- young fellows, who had all their was his"son by another father:and
mother. _
properly managed is better in many bladed paddle until she" has 'obtained work to do to protect him from the '
Southern the,
An experimenter in agriculture He was, just from 'Wait,and
cases than tbe"nlphati"ot 'qalnl ie. : told the following historiette a reasonable start' when her admirer desperate assault of annmber of girls. very talkative until ,hs turned to..a. <*

In that low state of intermittent as of Northern bees in the South. He sets off after tier. The contest la usually The man had just been married, and cold looking matron. the.train.and ','

found on the banks of the Mississippi but of short endurance the pair was conveying hi* blooming bride '
: took a colony of the little gratuitous said: "I left h8llApa.8D W..outoD the '
river and other malarial districts, accompanied The having come to a proper understanding home; and not'uoW he was within "I "
houefmaktr down to Florida. plains. am very glad,of it, aoV.
with enlarged spleen and I first year they reveled throve and beforehand ; but should the girl the boundaries of his own cottage did emnly replied the cold man,, -for.:

torpid liver, when judiciously administered stored honey nearly all the'unvaried have no fancy for the suitor, and possess his fair pursuers cease hurling stonesat we've had enough snow here ,tolawinter. '

it is one of the surest remedies sufficient determination and him aa he and they ran theirhardest. ." "
summer time. But the second year a :

In yellow fever it has been used by few of the more reflective bees evidently strength of arm to gain the goal first, ; "Yes"he said, ."eue.-of 'the very tilt .

physlcian8.and.'with some it is their turned the thins over In their she is at liberty to laugh at the disconsolate The ulock battle forms j art of the nicestbest girls in th.world is in lore '";. V':

main reliance after other necessary remedies minds thus : "This country has no loser, of the match and re- marriage ceremonies of. the Kookirs with me, and folks know It; audit t

have been administered;,it retains winter to ride'against; what Is serve herself for a .claimant more.' to dwelling on the northeast frontiers of Just breaks my heart. Why should*

tissue change, and thus :b ecomes the use laying up honey where tie her liking. India; but with them the bride's party Why.don't you know that nice fellows

a conservator of force in that state in1 flowers blossom all the year round?'' Bride-chasing is generally trial oj has the best of the bout. After the always get some cheap creature foe.,

which the nervous system tends to These bees exerted enough influence= horsemanship. In this shape it Is practiced purchase-money agreed upon has been wife and the nice girls,'always marry .f!'

collapse because the blood has become among their friends to keep a good by most of the nomadic tribes of paid down the friends of the bride- worthless fellows Folks knowshe.la*

impute; it sustains the nervous power many bees from laying ty any sweet Central Asia. _Captain_Burnaby tells buyer essay to fetch his .bargain, and thoroughly good girl and they'll set me .

until the duration and reorganization merchandise the second year of< their us that when it is to be-decided how a get well thrashed for their pains ; but down.a regular tough My charaof "

of the blood sretwoowp1Is ed Lan l has exile. .But the prudential instinct, so Tarooman belle la to be settled In life hurly-burly over the woman la ter la ruined. > m

the advantage'over? !other stimulant strong in. the little insect, prevailed "the whole tribe turns out, u: .d the brought out,conducted to the cottage- .,. '" t ....:

in inducing no injurious secondary with the msj;,iity. They.'evidentlysaid young lady, being; allowed the choiceof gate and then given"up without any ,.'

effects. In spasmodic asthma its utility to themselves: "Perhaps this has horses gallops away from her more ado. Among the (arrows o Milk contains,all the elementa of ;::

la well.!e established as in whooping been an exceptional year. Next season suitors. They follow her. She avoids Bengal tae respective positions of ,the food necessary for our support' The !tl ;

cough stupor, lethargy and such may. bring cold and.snow and those she dislikes, and seeks to throw parties to the marriage are reversed. cream la rich in carbon, both' in'tha. '

troubles. In hysterical: attack, for dearth of flowers. So there waa herself in the way of her affections.The It is the gentleman's part to affect unwillingness shape of solid fat (stearlne) and liquid

which in, many cases a physician can quite a stock of honey laid by 'on the moment she Is caught she becomes to enter the bonds of matrimony fat, while buttermilk contains casein.; 1
Further it b for the to Skim milk his c seln, potash, soda,
form second year,in spite of a few; ,strikers. the wife of the captor. ; lady do the
no dlagncsb, coffee is a great
But by the third year the convictionhad ceremonies are dispensed with, and courtinsr. When the has brought her lime magnesia, Iron, phosphoric'add;

help. '* t. -' r."> TT evidently thoroughly penetratedthe he takes her to his tent." 'In some wooing to its hoped-for end she fixes sulphuric acid slide acid and chlorine. J!
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Coffee isv opposedto.malaria, to all bee mind that it was foolish to lay tribes the girl is burdened with the the 1
noxious vapors. :At a disinfectant it up in'a land of eternal blossom. They carcass of a goat or lamb, which must, make merry with her. The feast for bodily nourishment The'peculiar -

has wonderful'powen.Mttnintan',. Blade just enough to last from day to snatched from her lap.' finished,the guests bear the hostess to. flavor ,of butter:is :imparted by r "

taneoua deodociaer it baa no equal for day, abandoning themselves to living The Hazarchs mark out' a course the rirer and give her a bath. Thena butyrln: and it ,l .,ijdsoa scted' by ::1
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neutralized by ,simply any tropic-born butterfly wide. As soon M the maiden has got Seeing the. t advancina procession her' aoohMoaprinaraohla. ., .. rt," .:-f.-:. ";.





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> ideoe.are tobdtmTlaBahaaee be view arranged susd expressly for the Haulier* flyeciml attesritw paid te ....en, aus4 Crresp. ..deBce_ ceace..ca. .,' d
IfavigBttom of this bean- ..
daring: the, waring tlflllJliwwwiU.u -.s, making her WUIM! ,. ....... .

eas II aaaaost. nalir trip oor aboutfrm 0Jnt ,.the E1 tin ooeoeotfan.ish ., ,. ,.
UIe Ddu7 I.IDe.
bbl: 'Lear bas OIJIII-vr-4 'work III I 11"-4. "Dberseber,1681,bettseeaat lto-l .i 2wo 2>f* Wier.Leaving .. Great. :Inducements. are offered. to ;Dealers ;. <:
........LIB. ..1.. Santord .* ft* ** *:
-ors tile rsilruad ev
-i hi Orange eootf.Jeap Ta".I' fJ'r-h'" all htn...T"" 9). .* hod Thuadsya. 1 Hotel and Efotusekfeepers: ". -Y

X,B.Dawkins of ost each and erery qfllsmaftf .day .tf ;;h.The Web. ** '

imperial sad hopes of hfc recovery from l Leaving, Bockfcdge"Tqeadays 6 Fridayi.IttocaertoavnMrtlMppoiBtmmttoaMgpaii,, ., everything Imaginable in line of goods mentioned above. I

...IIII! .sa.'entsstd i.TY CIIPDEB' tLLA 0 II .pnbably' the Hs r In ordering describe your want%'limit cost,..of .goods aad, you will .receive.'.-'J ..'*

new.It terOtyof .Jacksonville, most perfectly safe Boat afipat..ieapeeate She has 'AU/niftem be at SoctUge (WflUason's 1 what you OIder.'t. .. *,1 ..::" !or-.,;: :.

hat taken b It *'ttgular pigeon the fine three aDd distfact Hahn, each a wharf) MmdayttmdFndayt.Joe. ,. y ,

6etweea Jaeboarme sad 8safoid.MIe19eII1 She pofect has water-tight abo all the eompartmentin modem_ appliances itselt H. Smith, Captain' H. P.' WilkinsonCcAgentsi \,.''WALTON* .,. .. ., WHANN" .& CO, .; : < ,' ...

i try,ofGiM.II.,::'lecx t11 and'improTementa of.L steam,(mgfne reblst 6m4DM C\ .. r, t ,\'.!
old lO>acres of hud to .,000 to Bit & ., ,'11 J. I DizoiifIIOKIDA., I :PLOW MUttfeOrange I .. t.. : ...; '
nose roes to planting oat orange groves.ThePensacola STEAMER DUCHESS UI.U..u.LZ I ,.I' ..., _"
: : I
Loon cod Tbrfi ocution hat out at interest with the ,cnm"R .
ifs,300 between '...i. Cktvicsls, ,
which returns*monthly it.er.t'of. over r
Fancy and ToDd Articles, PREPARED EXPRESSLY for the "
use of the
$100. 4 Ttatvfflt.. s ina. Florida, It will produce a heavy; but sound and healthy wae&ahJe growers of 4
.furW1T.IJJB.JtID Paiiti Oils grow growing.trees .
Leon county is going extensively into Further particulars in;future advertise and IT will WILL supply bearing trees with the food needed fbr heavy: crop of fruit. ;i
the Irish potato'-I,,", Fire hundred ment., _,, Varnishes brushes,A almost everything latter nursery stock and vegetables a luxuriant growth and In the. '.
..... kent br m Rr eL Dnur Anma_ tends to give good size and quality and early maturity.IT .
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and twenty barrels of seed have already .u. -- Any. ,

been purchased. s9VThe undersigned desires it to be distinctly strument needoinstomen, IS 8P C UY.BEC.01OtE1fDEDFORPJNE.UP. s*" ''/' .
understood that t.hiaiDe is "not j and not on hand, will be ordered .
Judge Coulter,an eminent attorney of for a dayt/bnt for all time to come" ....Prescriptions carefully compounded WALTON WHANN & CO't q.. ." J i

Levy county, received painful accident that it is put upon this Route and 'River night or day with accuracy and dispatch ;. I ,. '..
on the night of the SOth nit, by a"fan at as a permanency Summer and Winter;; by competent persons. lyMW w.--.o. -.......a.. ;..-., ,-I",.t.,...., .j .t.:. ,-4-.
the Lone Oak Hotel.SucethetowncoundLef.. and he respectfully asks the .Dona teaance Ait Captain McLemofO* AtopPLOW "Agra" to bring yes a lid tf tM.qt -
and :
enconraiRnent: of the people to sus- I. IIOIE J
Lake City tain him in his enterprise and venture, '

hat passed an ordinance forbidding hogs I promising on his part to do all' that liee GMMrtl CosiniislM Mtrclwrt BB.&Bb.'t:t 'd : "?

running upocUhe streets, that.,town has, in his power to make it mutually ad van.tageous .. ,, 4i

been comparatively free from flats.Hie to all parties concerned. AND DEALER: IN JNO.' ANDERSON" .Ormond'. ,Agent.. for. East. and South_. .Florida... *4

Sunday law has been 22tf W. A. sU OSTRAHDEB.mm .
rigidly enforced -

in St. Augustine by the Mayor,, seenm -68 CIs. OIlY!i Groceries andFamily MAlEHENSLlY.t'rt ,w,! 1 eM+eReR YNw :: .-i:
and it is now almoit impossible to;get acigar : r

or any other article except m edlEN: t Ftw.art.PKkit KMea J ==-. : =-==='C:5I: :' j
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cine. CcataOAlyt I Supplies. QENEBAL.MEBCHANDIS& LEGAL .. 'i : '' :

The steamer Fanny Dugan;; ; This is by far the. handsomest and beet '' "

down trip from Sanford to Jac three =: : .: ..:,1 rt ''L., SPORTSKrS. .EMPORIUM.. P.3.Parramore' IN JUSTICE'S,COURT., j

last Thursday, ran into the Bible for the money-,ever made.. ',It' contains .,.. tf J '. .R. .C. .SCMMfiCWi; vs. ,)fAmt.clalBMdtftOO. .? ...*j

miles abaft Blue Springs. and received ONE lAWS CASH AS 6iOO AS ,I.C,Collier. J TT\ ;
both the Old and New Testament : ..,. .. ,;;
some i slight damages. ANOTHER' ftBteraiitwith THE Defendant is ;hereby notified of ,
The Mirror states(that the travel on all translated out of the original tongues i roe. some' respect.', he theinstitutiosioCthla shall suit; anoT unless -" .:
appear and answer before S..H.. *.
LUDDENt .IITEIrSouthern E < '
the railway. and steamship lines.in Florida with all the former translations diligently and figs be 5- establish shooting* Rice' a Justice of'tile Peace- ,at TtosrUJe. '.,, :
continues to be very heavy. The last :Music .House meotand at reasonsttle rates. Brevard county, Florida; 'on" the''18th" Y
day oMa rob A D. .
blizavd at the North intending and Only House In America I 186 JwdgMMne: r ;
expedited compared revised. Selling' Mao dealer In the Celebrated Lion wiub rendered plat 1aIm..&)'i 4eIudL. ,

visitors southward 'without delay br&DCJof Asbestos; paint te all eolors Knroa 8.J01I Ii,
It has a beautiful cloth handsomely for.... '
Mr.William Dew cover, ready The best.and eheajpeet PlalnfifTs Attorney.: "
Shovelling will use a .. paint ever introduced for House or Boat 'l'ItanWe,Jig,,gebrery I,188&.r 4t f
N kind oC fertilizer on his orange grove near! lettered in gold on side and also use. OI1I&oft1ID great variety;suitable ,

Orange City tills season lie has ordered I I for family or boat.... -'' 'lfOf'lCBI''' '. ,.;;. ...
on bared edges and printed in dear Land Office, 6ameBvflle-iia: '* .
200 barrel of tobacco snuff from Connecticut LINSEED OIL WARRANTED PURE.MnMgwttjafl V

which he intends to apply liberally type containing altogether tf* January 28, 1883. ./ ,
one >wind l a II Npncxia hereby glvea that the fbl.. :
to hJI trees.
A MisBonri bee miser baa just transferred one hundred and thirty four ?ages.t STOCK: his Intention to make final proof notices tn sup of J
port other claim, and '
his one hundred and fifty hires to Bibles no better are sold for twice and Triple plated"Table" ware from the be made before A.A. Stewart thataaidproof.Clerk dr-:
Florida.that his bees may keep busy all OBllorgans House ofHoImes, Booth Hayden cult court at Tltusvllle fla.,.on Saturday i Of
even three times the we ask for Lanterns,Razors, Combs,:Nick; Bleb March 10, 1885, via: Francis Sanders ?
winter in money
that land of flowers and nee
; on On One In endless .- .;
Price .
the System. ftrIetr.I vClgmrsj Frauds Wallar, City Point....., Hd. '
the Mississippi there are boats that carry this little gem. *[ -.t 018 JJ Tebaccee Pipes No. 58J4tottheKi| hi'ffJIup and down the river to keep pace Iin Price to Alf AIt Bat 18 I, thou 3,Township 24 8. -
with.the blooming of the flowers. "A handiome gift for Stadajf Sckool teach- Lowest KnoTvn. and all smokers'arUcIeLt She names the ibIIowiagwitnesseito. 11'

en and teholars aid to prove her eontuaona residence wpon and :
The fiat number of the AU G.cI'Arytn,; or e sore 6epriaeL"EvangeQ'at. The usual system of selling Pianos and t La r. a..I_ Ala. cultivation of said Lad."'vis:'wm.'>Hi t, ""

the annonaeement of which We published : ., Organs to for the dealer &0. cbarp any Sole agent for the celebrated ,Parkinson Sharpe and C. L.faber. of,CItl.Polnc. .,
"Themmd&i I price he can get tor them without regard I Wine. When and M.E. English. and, Roberl.Morrow
several weeks ago, has arrived. It is a lwaBytJ iobmityiil to either nur profit the I Orange yon cannot find otTltWatUe; d
or customers
neatly printed journal and filled with.interesting can be got vp to cheap"_Obtentrl Interest But we are proud to say that; what tnsvlUejttst you want give tn Be the c..s.other a call stores and In: TV 40Gt L./ Blnrzs,Register.' : ';

matter., It says: "Whilst, the If want Bible is the this baa never been our method -lingi. will be sure to get aaI&ed.11 you .',...., q.l.Tn .
you a now time to For the benefit of .purchasers and to I ? -1 NO'l'lCr. .
will be its
Ary* independent
course send for it secure them the full value of their CHDKSSXGHXO will sell at public .
copy of the money :
"greatest THE TBABI96 >8L0O1* ,
and views, avoiding as farad maybe,',theentanglements ef we established at the outset of our. business auction at the doorof tbe-'Conrt House .
and controversies incidentto all book? sent postpaid.,to any address twelve )'earIlince 'ASrEN, 4> at TltusviUein Brevardcounty* sad .j
.. 'J
party politics, yet it win, when occasion on receipt of 50 cents Only. Address, The erne Price lrit .. CAPTAIN MoL BAN, tate State, to-wlt of Florida: The, S following i of 3 Knot teal Section es. .''>.

occurs,express its honest views J.TJ5HED STATES Pu.r.YIQf Co and to this,we attribute our immense and 1T, ,
Towasbip 918 .
upon ? O Has resumed her tripe,on the Indian BuIe .1.oa tbe '
.... ,. trade.-" ; .-.
prosperous Selling on this
the issues of the day." We welcome it to v basis square River. nth da.ofl'ebm&rJ'. ,1$5 atv30_.o'eloek
North .
49 Ninth Street.; N.M- renders it imperative: that the price ? In the forenoon. .T.
our exdtaage u.t: be the lowest sdu C..1tftI A PULL SUP PLY 01' t COcDInnT.. .'
very one '
.. ,22 that can begtTen. 7. 5w -- '
J\ a. ff .1..7.J.A ly Philadelphia Pa. December 3'.I: .
big tradft hu made in Boa. We are pledged to this.: We always hate Grocaries fravitb' u.. Dry Coedt. ;
been 1il done it, and wffl always; 'will dolt;' It'. *: : .- : 1
Florida cattle and lands, The 'Bestow Valuable ,'Property our creed and our practice. No other p.- :'r r. KHHUWHL'HSR I4J o i il p1.NOTICE.. .. : .. n
lAJUlf/f/Mlup/ of it: "Summerlin Broth-. For-Sale- ano and organ bouse dealt on this prIDCIpIe. : .1 m l ilYlif SDL months after date I will present' to .

em hare bought_the stock of cattle,lands I a Thirty acres of land in ikhe City Point r In 'rypThu' Inl'I, UUU.DiJt. s' I his Honor J,A. McCrory,Judge: ol the .<
Our prices plain figures I '
are Brevard
and other interests of Jacobon SnmmerIiD, placed ,.. CaaL... : : county county. Ha. my '. ,
Ham9aoct. Splendid new galvanized on every instrument A child can buy u 1.1 s t final accounts and vouchers as Executor .
the west coast of South', Floidibracing em WireJFence-around twelve acres. :Five low as the usharpettj trader. All othernouses .!pea C caIa'Uw b the Public for their pa of the Estate of C. C. Williams, late 'of.
everything south of Orange,and.. Hundred young and "have "High prices' "and" give dis tronage netetotor*bestowed and hopes to i.. saidcounty deceased and ask for 'a;tea>> !f...- ,:;
healthy Orange trees counts. eeive a abate or taelr Avon la the Ifctore. 46 dlscbtrgeas.anchExentor., ,
Polk counties. This is a large transaction !:r oRs: > .;s ;,
Forty bearing tr ei. Beautiful. RiverFront ,TheOne Price"system saves time in -, I. S.F. GKAY Ezeeutoc. '
appro m-ti'l.l00ooe. and'doubtleas -. Six acres as fine cane and banana I trading aDd II the only IItJ'fado1Y way I: .C WILURD LJ.. .July 28th 1882. 13 .....' en ", '. .. ..... ;,
worth deal than to buyer and seller;for on the high price .. -" 'JI-.
good that .
a more land as there is in the state. .it *' :- !''.v' +i J. I i
and nucount
figure.. This"fry thee gentlemen including the land of the Hon. Wm. HT.Sharpe.: customer bays system,beta,not even sure' though that he has the i| ,DXAUQtlN. .!" ... _'. '.Ok _." ,a :' _I. ;,,

their former stocks of cattle, the Here is a good opportunity any one bottom prices.\ %fij-jei.t to :'i >V *% General "7 c' 11.\1 ** .iU. j : NO.PATENT 'It: < i
largest holders in South Florida NoA Advice to Piano did .. J. ,- HI./:
desiring.to make good' investment'.* Orgaa Buy.... : '. f' I J ': fir iteelanreal"aei :

only this,but they now hold the key to the place must be sold. Titles, .perfect Bay quick.1 .Why(Because an advance I w '" I'O I r j uI. maxM t ":

the Sontti..Amenaa' West India Parties intending to purchase can. make. in price Is almost certain. Pianos and organs .. Merchandise; i to peteatabmty Of linen* ne,.r.m1ii.ki.1Ne. Oar i.....
tralJe.-the: v are on a boom. The demand exceeds ** "Guide for QbtaJnhqr P.tenW" Sa eeu&1Re ..
great shipping- point* Pota+ enquiries of Dr. G. W. Holmes" Ho nf the supply. All the factories are Sot..ll J 3,0v .h. 8I7Wbere.<'Add ee-wUi8EA68itg0.. .':
BaML" W. HI Sharpe. For terms and further f behind orders.. Dealers, with cash In ) ,* ; SoUottor.Qf Wgptytoy D.C. sl
Alrordereptomptlygl ed
A Ipartfculan address hand cannot instruments as fast as .. ,,.,;_ "" <_.. ;; .. J
dispatch from New Orieaua, of t hf A. P.' Perm.7Q tmf : 1i* '01' -vr i 1JRIo.o S.U IE .
wanted. Prices of material and labor .. ,
26th nit states, that the steamship Lduis % Ga: or B CL Perham City Point FJa.or advancing The present low prices of PJaoos ow., .c", ,. :,J L.a .. : -. Florid* ft -
hbra&r71at tai, 10 ROCKLED6E .i
lane, Capt Greger, from New York, confer with Captain'eter Wright'fast of and Organs cannot C DUDueud willnot '1" Has-Just received and continues to keep,, iJ,
brought Andrew of the Nocw Ae again rule in the next ten years. Those NOTICE.OF..FINAL PROOF., in stock full .
,Captain < sailing sloop"Mist" who will ,4 a and complete stock of Groceries .
who now"
buy will
save money. Large Land. Office at.Gainesville Fla Y BootedShoes ,
gian hsPauUae Zebbetn frbm" "Pehia- carry parties see the property.OYSTERS(1. contracts Just made with Manufacturerswill Hats A(Capa In .
great variety and General Merchandise
Dec.,23,1882./ : ,
cola, January 12th for Havana, with finable us to II&l&DCNpreaeo prices '
NOTICE l.hereby given that the fol every description. Ask for whatever :
antil lit ;
January 1882.
lumber. On January 22d&uing'akrong After, that we 101d g-D&lDed settler has filed want. toili.
,! $ can promise nothing.Delays are danger6usl Dodee ot you may One price Canned '1
northwest gale the bark went ashore, on .... \ > Ifagniflcent stock now on hand. intention to makelaal proof to sup Goods'oteverydesorlptlonaspecialty. ..
Margueasss .Shoal ,and sprang'a leak J ZELLE i"vfcjm Seven Grand Makers. ,Over dOO different port of his claim and that said proof will ,

After the masts-had been cut away and --Will ship Oysters, to order br .steamer Pianos styles now 9300.in our Beautiful warerooms. Elegant circuit be made court before at Miami W., Fla Faulkner,.on Tuesday, .clerk FOR SALE I >' ;:

the deck btt tiitowaoverbolr.tba. :'zi* Mall points on the Indian lAd SttT John's Easiest Installment, Terms.Organs Sent trial.$60. July 20th 1883. via: Samuel Rhodes. ,of A desirable cottage s house and fet in I
gel got afloat and drifted until the 24th, Rivera' in shell' oigalloaall l' -: ,Every Inducement that any .responsible on :Miami, Fla Hd 4533, lot the S I of S. W THusviUe, alsoBlsekasaisr wheel wright
i of Section 15 and lot 2 of Sea 22 j
when, eight milee south of Tortugas,. ?LNone but bedded Oysters. (hi large or House world.-can'Don't offer.Jail Competition with,.the sJUp 14 South, Range 41 East. and general repairing sbop<'at-Utusville.

on board were rescued Mf; the'LoeJabna: trial ordem.r'' '.!, c'144. logued and fall Price to Lists send,for 1883.our Address Cats: He names the.following witnesses: to Enquire at the STAB office.: .24 'tf'' .
lX "
A heavy. sea was running at the per Will also ship Turtle to order. prove his continuous residence poor and "-'1
... Lumen i Bate' "
of said
'-I'r +* Mm Music H. cultivation land viz: Andrew \
The .
baikT'when; :abandoned had
eight J rFor further particulars address SA V.1.WV.&U arieF. Richards Joter Adttaon, and a '{
feet of water in her hold,. and was': AlliDg 'S t; 'f J. Zellerg, TheGricat HfcftS&'wS OAv.e.f Or: wi Dot SwbolC ef Miami, Fla.L.A.BABMM. j

rap idl 1. . tf 26 SLLucieFla.; .J.- JIM&Nt4. 39w5 Register U. 8. Land Office., earsled '.



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; lation than used to : : j
Ilcic CC.: becoantinghoases
: ; .
r .. Uttl*.-.a.- I A.. Standing Amymiindin -.. ,. ,, baaltisg 4 f'.j
, '* : ---- SI
T : : .ably roe, ditr ice! '.aslleVeff;..nttw.Th.mrasii '.. storeeandfactojliand ;; ....,_..:,

'i. jrtll,. ,baJooked upon. .chilliaeaeerratle IuJtme,1783, Stephen Me.-JeMoatgoIIUraentup contaminating :$i l
th =nrst ballooa. ?" i.
k. I after In some tech- .national polities Ia a standing effect of which upon the 4%

I1 ,f'the 'match: trades isle constant died of An experiment la soon tot :be madein structure of the bain; *lM i.
k' ; ; army? 'They ,
) ,
1' "fter, 'till _1824 this the uiIllbry.ncrciehmnb upon the New Orleans to adapt motqmto most.unfavorable._ f. -it' ?

: toimprove! when an wood a nativeTof Texas, very, durable i s,:t1'
t The' ?
other....of the i'government. '
? t ..)called the MBopy-- interference. of the;military in civil and wariy as hard1 as troa; for 'street- ..F. A. RoUo't: "..iit. tanltlrJ' .

t .1J _tire: This na---Q, _. affairs la constantly harped upon, and paving purposes engineer" :, haa"conclusion '--.. .... :"\ :.'
iul t that = '-.IIIC'ia'f1 formidable element Good yeast auFbekepiinezoellentooaditioa ; ,. the.. upper" .',.1- .
argoethat'this """
asbestos and buildings are by far the mosiL l 1 J>'
fibrous washed
r under the control of ambition, if It'S.wtce' well Q. fs
j were about two could be'used as an effective engine'In' with lee-cold hard spring water and and that even.eoond stogy -t-'?
sold at one shilling a This decided advantages over I! ;;: i
the prostration.ir needs be, of the civil then dried and wen-pressed. t. :
'. _. a chichi com in the State. mire afterward to be well ,mixed He finds that the climate i_ t. t

chlorate__ .. of potash power This from a liberal view'is buts the with 1alt dost and 'stored in dosed variation on hills*nd01i : ::

: i. On pot veriest of twaddle. There Is no higher jars in ice cellars. of lofty buildings being cook*!' fe>* a

Into the bottle and summer and warmer viiMr. :
grade of discipline 'than this furnished Geiman expeditions are now .fax tae
It a flame was school and as Four thanVon the surface of the'Lhaa :
: by a militsry Uielf researches In Africa
: the add was incon underlies the entire political prosecuting been observed*'tbat'itcthe Ii 1.1. \
; matches liable to be- discipline two from the east and two from the. valleys first and 'w"'w 3
strata, it Ia quite plain that militarydlsdpline aide of that continent. Very interesting : '
: the Enpyslon, being west weather the thermometer. enj t
.i' would advance the general of the ": r
.. be the fittest, did not dbdpline the country; if it should and accurate looked reports for after taps dos not fall as low as*hi 1 ::1:. ,
: : ; inventions were more 11} become,what it la in all well regulated the explorers have are revised their jonr- ley. '-.. ;.. ,".I. 'I

"successively nationalities, a complete social and nab. It la contended by M. P...;_ \. ,
; 'pJlOpbua. the pneu- educational circle in itself. Standing atchetf that the great deserts ef (. !

and the- hydrogen aloof from the noise of politics, Independent A French chemist. analyzed the I and Africa are no.beda "j, !i \
but it not of the so-called milk tree of Central '"
was juice
of favor or hope ef promotion, made dry, .but .that they Jss|] .
of friction America-to the nutritive qualities .
sign a
except for gallantry or othee raised at remote geological J

r ," and was called a I ,s nriD.;.thua"eouIc not of which attention was first drawn and that their sand .Is ':not,"of'_"
the joking generation. by'Humboldt: -and has found that
be found a wider or more elevated origin but Is the product of roekj ;
ttl the present vegetable product really possesses ... .
school for our advanced youth than Integrated by the winds, t..
pulled through a piece of the characteristics of cow's
the army. many temperature and other '1IIidJ.i:. T

of such a con When we say army,* we mean an milk. aerial causes. Ha says that .tae'.

to make us think organization of from one hundred to Professor Brans of Tubingen, ha hara ia much more modern that.

: two hundred thousand officers and made some experiments on dogs which
of that dull time. But deserts of Asia. He make .-r

waking up, and the men; regular, whose efficiency in he regards! as proving that bone marrow : ment that on May Ifl.h a tc.,. :

I is the match of to promptness and knowledge would completely separated from the of &i Fahrenheit and snow&

the Reform bill. command the respect of the world, bone may be transplanted under the I in depth had been found In ham }..,

was called after and be recognized as a magical pro- akin of the same animal at a remote at a point having the same Iatito $J;i

I meter of inter-state tranquility; not a part of the body, with the result .of Palermo.
name is a doubtful i; few thousand troops scattered over giving rise to the formation of bone ',r bIt (:ffJt;
a story of its inventor f Is estimated that nearly 2.1 .fj;..
thousands of miles of and .
territoryhaving '
true, the value ef at 000 pounds of paper are -prod iM ,

part of schoolboys, and no experience In brigade' or division Among recent boiler curiosities was nually, one-half of which Is'for\" ..I;

in all board schools. movements \ it the discovery of a piece of a plate ing,'a sixth for writing ,aDcf .ii

it is said-a village But the most practical vtew.of the covering a apace of about six inches minder coarse paper for naettef" ; ":
question Is the means it would furnish' full of fine cracks. These I
explained it to his boys square, other purposes. The United' ,
to absorb a large amount of our surplus -
cracks had evidently com8'from'defectlD '
one more Intelligent alone produce yearly 200,111i f_+tt' $
physical force. Men out of work the iron in the first instance but I
'atfU mere intelligent.
aper, averaging seventeen plsf.;
aehemlst on the one hand, or dissipated on the the boiler had been for two ::
; run
.. and who yearsat head the educated German J:
per ; ,_
,* other could be transformed from consumers
'adWAnmco. from eighty to pounds -
Be ninety pressure the Frenchmaopounds ,
eight pounds, i.
solely, to the more useful char- and the boiler Inspectors had lustpronounced
this was the same as the Italian Spaolanl '1Jt
; and it baa since acers of assistant producers,Inasmuchas It''perfectly''ate for one : 'I(
they would be well fed and clothed, hundred pounIron. Russian takes, respectively, k
improvements, except << I pounds, one and a half pounds :'
thus furnishing employment for the
from a ,silent to a These are the conclusions of Professor -i
one pound annually '
manufacturer and helping the producer R
: silent matcbwhlch E. Wollny on the physical Into
to dispose of his surplus at proper- of paper being roughly SroJ
burglars,and is neces ties of the soil In a dense and loose the education and intaueetBJitivity :
remunerative the
vrlc Increasing
I to list slippers, as state. When it is desired to increase of the people. .-fI. -
strength of the moral '
great engine .
omiauon of chlorate of : the proportion of water in a soil dens ..

Wan which tips augmented. Thousands of beratedcreators ity: la to be aimed at,but a loose condition Value of Asses' Milk for LC

the cause of the crack who roam oar thoroughfaresrchronio should be maintained when thecontrary dren. .

IB liable awake the tramps, whose visages alarm state Is round needfuL The -.

The last in our domestic circles from one end of In the Paris Academy of .
great more densely the particles of the soil :-I!
matcliwhich was the country to the other could be are packed. together the more such soil M. Parrott recently called i, ,
A.'i Mar, in .. changer;JIRwefal custodians .of ifce will vary in temperature. some remarkable results obtitnillr''

law, raejjMf;' than disturbers and the Hospital dee 'RIIfuta.-' tlf )r
Dull gold be cleaned
may in this
brakes Ihe .
Paris, in feeding delicate lufliiiai ea ;]
of Extradition, iii..bearoiaraTe way: Take 80 grams calcium hypoch-
olives lorite 80 ....' milk.. Many of the-,Its'
sodium bicarbonate and 20 '
peipaliilii by an old soldier
in international ; brought to that hospital have i.1J&frt
sodium chloride .
his ef devotion to the commandsof and treat the mixjure
; years standing has just yeajp have with 8 litres of distilled water.It which forbid their being suckle > ..
disdyiBja) educated him to the "
discussion from must be nurses, whom they would i son "
value iiiaiiiaiTliislliiii military law kept for use in well corked .
: of California. It is: bottle Goods to Hence the feeding-bottle'WM
be cleansed
and the Is a natural are put
sequence seem. !
from justice used for them. But,In spite ,
fugitive in
basin and
!inglv conformation to the demands a covered with the mix ?i
the effort to foster the. .
upon a charge of one of the civil law. He is easily resolved tore After some time they are taked care, ,r

being tried on any into good citizenship,and through the out, washed, rinsed In alcohol anp forces of these children was.

has been that al. rigid and inflexible schooling of the dried. in awduat. The articles then avail. Direct application to th*nir. ,

ought not to be ex have the of an animal was then tried. At._*,*jj
camp and field, he Is an example of same appearance as If new. '
upon specific charges I the Infanta were thus fed with; geesf4milk ]
subordination to the thai
powers ..ILlle American Naturalist
to be put on I rial ala : I but it was soon found thatsrst.
and exercises a salutary influence Mammalia .
upon which have been
than the one men so long milk was greatly: preferable, u4.1'are
the disturbed elements of society, in looked for in vain in L&ramie bedllheye'at '
& yet the cul now fed with that-one,:;.bs
teaching by precept as well as practice been
to object. The ques length found. Mr. J. L. sometimes even three, Infants b
the value of discipline, which is the Wortman
a diplomatic one be- who was sent to explore held to the animal's udders M'eas
only remedy for the disorders of
nations. Whtn Win- society. formation the past season, was The nurses do this with \... '-.:
.- As a social element, the instructed
army to look
from Great results of the treatment appear-"tJ
has a peculiar value in presenting ai 1
.. United States, Lord remains. He now states that from the figures .cited. Duriri"!
wide field for the ;
amenities of life, he has found them in .
act of Parliament place and mingled months Infants :
an eUhty-aix hating< *. $?]
hedged in by a code of honor, manu with.the remains of :
treaty, claimed fr m genital and contagious disease* hMtj l
bearing and courteous demeanor as in such
; manner. to leave
that no doubt been
a stipulation he treated in the hospital nunarftjOf
we find that good soldiers, as a rule that '
they were of the
only on the charge are gentlemen,gentle as well as brave. ,same period. the first six fed with co"J mUk." ,

administration re- As a whole, we believe'a standing The American Miller gives the following feeding-bottles only one was conVj

and there was long army of fair proportions would be a 'rule for computing the contents Of fotty-two fed at the goat's udder?;

the two nations national beneficence.-Phila. 2Aor* of a hopper, the rule apparently eight were.cured, while thirty.**!

; In tile noted case o f oughbred Stock Journal. relating 'to the lower mnamnr__. p". ", died. Of thirtv-elght fed at the as/-;
m v *-- >rW
I w'' York ,Courts held tangnlar conical portion only: Multiply udder twenty eight have-been caret?!
law or treaty limited New Method of the length by the breadth in while six have died. *'

of returned offenders Bleaching. inches, and this product by onethirdof The virtue of asses' milk have'beat-.

; specified, the Courts The Textile Manufacturer describesa the depth, measuring to the point. appreciated some time In France. -let-Sl.

to entertain any regn new method of bleaching manufactured Divide the last product by 2150-the many years Paris and the Urge ftMfl4

Other jai 1st*of cottonsespeciiUy cotton on DOOblns. number of cubic inches in a bushel- have been visited every morning wttfc

have thought it proper The plant consists in placing and the quotient thus obtained :will troops of ehe asses' brought in to sap

entertain a prisoner's the cotton in a dosed reservoir lined be the contents of the hopper in bush ply; their milk for Invalids. It is aid liI

he had been brought with lead, this reservoir being some 10 els. that the ne of the milk was __ 4

and of this opinion Is feet long 7 feet broad and 5 feet deep When the supply of coal gets short duced by Francis I, who, reducedtoa4very .

He argues that and capable of holding 300 pounds of elseWherethe world can turn to China weak state and a despair ire

treaty certain crimes cotton. A rubber tube connect the for "black diamonds." Baron Rich. physicians, was induced by a derma:

extradition Implies that reservoir with an apparatus in which thofen shows that in that from Constantinople to take i asses''

be allowed ; and fur about three cubic yaida of chloroform the supply; of anthracite coal country Is not milk, and 'thereby gut well again. ;

treaty is a part of the vapor are set free by using sulphuric lees than 630,000,000,000 of tons This milk has much less of plainVj
of which the prisoner acid in a mixture, consisting of one and the bituminous coal area la just matters and butter than goat's or"?

t to the benefit part quicklime cow's milk,and is easily digested lift
: one part chloride of as large. The Baron thinks that, ..,.
: lime, one part spirits of wine or acetic taking what is left in other parts Parrot notices the practical'advantag*

acid and four parts water. The vapor the world with the Chinese coal o in the case ef suckling from the.. 1& t:

. coat or and receptions light trous the is conducted Into the reservoir, where we need not fear a fuel famine. area He that the animal la so easily fed; it W i

for about two hours pressure of two thinks that the supply in the content with the poorest fodder. Tb 4.
>> :again thing In for gentle.and atmospheres Is put on the cotton, after nese province of Shansl alone will The goat suffers from diet that lack _1'1;l

will vogue"bare which the bleaching is accomplished. last the world about 4200 yam. .variety, and in the city: Ita mll.k"1 1
appear what it is in the
Afterward mixture of hydrogencar- Dr. H. P. Shams, of the country. The asset g

..__ | boric and rnlpburic ether, produced (Ct.) Retreat for the Insane,Hartford kept at the hospital refe,red to are In > !

in a Wolff bottle, ia passed over the for the increase amount of accounts stables adjoining a field in which |)

ot the amber-cane cotton,and in the space of about fifteen the nervous system disease of they generally pass part of the day. .!

readily at 65 cents per minutes all smell is found to have left years by reference to obeerved of late It may be mentioned in .,fine, that *
the !
price it will pay all the bobbins This process found to of the twenty-four larger part weekly statistics for Paris have lately -:i

crop. It weighs near- i, possess some valuable advantages over I musses of :the hours which the presented the unwonted. fact of an e!

; pounds per bushel." j i the ordinary method. j doors. A far greater people part spend of the within popu-I(.} death excess of 200 and 240 births over the f 4!!

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The....:Ya rfiCnw ,:Tldepra.ai. for.'IIUII'd..4.l'Obber7.ud'iwllft me Is every where, and by everybody Western corn for ,feeding than to young men went out to take a&rQo.

thus at ;' --1'1.es.'...h IAJ.-m' for.other kinds of crime,which is underes'tiqnsUd",, and Is"too ayicafverlooked grind homegrown while, in ,its oft and during the ramble visited 8tnbba

of UM. year. that ha*Just.closed: the n Ideate-.of the Booth and West in valuations of character.It condition. i fish pond,just inside the inoorpocated

*'On an average:there 'has been.. each generally punish with death. is the sin of fretting.. luau comp I The culture of Indian corn .Is ,In limits. Among those'who'ebnsiitateA
.day; .two: mtsrder'and' one. snicide.Oa .The hanging by mobs'and vigl lance mon as air, as speech ; ae. common creasing In Australia. It is said that the party wasaMr.CoxfromMacoa,
the other executions have \ usual who near the dam spied
hand; ,that unless.it rises above its I a snake of
omalttees, occurred la.the,,following cents per bushel covers the cost of I '
8d'may two la a week adlynobingi observe it. most beautiful color the aid
aft1'l ; 6 | onoton e,we do not even cultivation and stripe* :
States sod Territories:Colorado ; harvesting. I
: one. ,Since January tit, Watch any ordinary coming together scales of which represented the, eevea
Louisiana.New ,
7ft persons have met their deaths at Alabama, 6; Kentaeky, of people, and. hew many minutes Frequently the British fanner expands colon of the rainbow. With the 'a%

the.baDc1I'l their', teuowmen. One Mexico' and Booth"..Carolina It will be before somebody frets-that in a.single year ae much In | Upathy characteristic of a man to the.
each Kansas,Missouri and Washington making a crop. would buy an equal
hundred and twenty-five:were mysterious is, makes a more or less complaining serpent and the fulfillment of the.
Territories a' each Arizona,' number of in the
; acres cultivated and
-m1 rdera. There were fifty statement of something or another, adage: "The seed of woman shall
five murden of Florida, Irdiane1Inneeota, Mississlppi in older portions of this country. bruise the serpent's head '" Mr; Ooz
two wife murders_ sad.Texas/2 each Arkansas which, most probably every one :
Ohio ;
hnsbanar, eta patricides. ,'four 'm trI11ft -California, ; Louisiana, Missouri the room or in the car or on the A large fowl,will make monomial hurled. a "huge round: stone".. at'the. -

ddei,, 'fntJlcld.,. aDd two 8Om- and Wisconsin street corner as it may be, knew before than a small one but requires a longer snake, and, to the wonder of the look-

cide. ,Forty children_ ,;were killed by ;l,leach.Oregon, Virginia- and which, most probably no- period in which to mature. Early ere on, the snake's body wai severed- .

their parents.:* In 23 of thes crimes body c\u help. Why say anything maturity in hens is of more impor- in twain. To'where ''the pieces were

there were two ar.selne. in- three instances '. ItJeUss.- 'I about it II cold it is hot, it is wet it is tance than size or weight of c rcan., at this time lying'It took bit a"very

there ,irere 'three ef them. dry;somebody has broken an appoint- few seconds to reach the dying reptile

Twenty-four .of. the,'murderers committed Three hundred, and eighty-three mnt or cooked a meal; stupidity Soft-shell eggs are caused by a deficiency Once all eyes were taken' from the

suicide- and one died in: JaiL persons in various parts of the country or bad faith somewhere has resulted in of lime. Oyster sheila are snake, and then he was as whole: aa

baying grown tired of life, ushered discomfort. composed of carbonate of lime, and before and apparently suffering no inconvenience I
themselves Inte eternity by the agency serves as grit" in grinding the foodas
: Marisn.la : There are plenty of things to fret from having been stoned
'of knife razor fire, I well as for material for forming the
to murders New York pistol gun about. It is simply astonishing how fhls very much surprised the young
"aYL shell.
leads with 131 76 of these were com-. the rope various other much annoyance and discomfort can men, and the curiosity,for It was' certainty

In the city; of New, York and In New York city 123 persons cone- be found in the course of one's every. A Montreal dealer snipe tomatoes to such, was captured and string

mitted The other States mitted suicide, and in Brooklyn, day living, even 'at the simplest, if England, where they bring good placed around his neck and broughtto
15 in Brooklyn.
.: there were 26 case Of all tbe States lookout the prices. The taste for tomatoes has town. Here '
a wonderful
and Territories rank in the following one keeps a sharp on really exhibition
and Territories, New Ycrk ranks as dark side of things. Even holy writ been acquired but the English climate of the phenomenon began;

order-; the first, with 184 lases; New.Jerrey, says we are born to trouble as sparks will 'always be too cold for themto As fast as piece from piece was pulled
Missouri 44 ; Virginia 48 ; Pennsylvania 38; Pennsylvania 37; Ohio 24; Maryland ripen. from the
flying upward. But even to the sparks body of the writhing .curiosity

80; Kentucky, 87; Texas, 13 : Missouri 10; Illinois. 9 ; flying upward, in the blackest of Spent hops, if properly dried, are and thrown upon the ground '!the

-31;Jininois, 30; New Jersey, 30; California 7; Arkansas and Delaware, smoke,there Is the bluest of blue sky said to be an excellent and healthy links, for such they were, would 'at

Ohio, 28; Massachusetts, 27; Arkansas 6 each; Connecticut Massachusetts, above.and the less time they waste on substitute for feather downs in bed- soon unite again. Nor was this

21; Tennessee, Si; Indian v 10 .; and North C irollna, 5 each; Alabama, the road the sooner they will reach ding. They have been used for that separation of parts all the peculiarityabout
North CroUDa.18 Georgia: 16 ; Mis.sissippi Maine Rhode
; Indiana, Georgia, 'it. Fretting. is all time wasted on the purpose many years. the monster. Upon the end of
.:lS ;.Colorado, 13; California, Island and Virginia 4 each: District .
road. Fowls need gnvel, oyster shell and the tall was a hom,evidently weaponof
10; Iowa and' Minnesota, 9 each; of Columbia, Louisiana MiatiS'ippi
some green food. When in confinement defense, about as long as a needle '
Connecticut Maryland,
Alabama and New Hampshire, 3each ; Kentucky
and Quite as sharp. It exhibited
these substances should not be no

.Louisiana Michigan and Maine Wisconsin and, South, 8 each Carolina ;. ,, 2 Michigan each.- Vermont and Wisconsin A Gentleman of the Old School. overlooked. A head of cabbage or an sign of viciousness, but of perfect n.

onion or two will always be highly lenation to.its fate. The eye.was ae
,. ? each; Kansas and Rhode 1Jan"d,6 ,- I.
5 the The Providence Star relates a pretty relished. sharp as an eagle's and aa blue,as a
each Virginia ;
; Saving the Train. story thus: After all, sincere polite- June sky. 'Its length was-abwt three
Columbia Indian Territory
District of
ness Is the sweetest and moat acceptable. Richmond, Va., Southern or.four'. feet and, else proportfoD tAi.
Oregon, Utah and Wyoming, The usual crowd of autumn idlers Planter says: "There is no mean,
The other day I saw a New Lon After its body had been completely
-4 each ; Florida, Nevada and New 'were gathered together In the store, don man in Providence New Londoner no procrustean, standard that can be severed link by'link until the head

Hampshire,3 each;Dakota, Nebraskaand all the seats-the declared off-hind applicable to a special ''
each i occupying grocery not noted for his urbanity, but I was left to itself this member thea

Washington Territory ; only cross receipts the proprietor took rather for his grisly austerity. At soil Strictly speaking, eaeh particular bore every mark of former vitality and

.Delaware, Montana and Vermont 1 no pride In-when a little, blear-eyed home he never lifts his hat to any case demands a new analysis.One the eye contained Its former sparkling

each. weazen faced individual sneaked in body. Well, he was on the Pawtucket field may produce a forae five brilliancy. Truly this reptile la one
back door and slunk Into times more nutritive than another." of the Seven wonders of which we read
the a
by horse car,1 when there came hobbling
IZMUtUM. In holy writ, and even while we writea
dark corner. up a par deformed girl plodding A new white potato called Duke of ,feeling of sacred sadness panes
One hundred and one persons paid "Tn at's him," said the ungrammatical along by the aid of a rude crutch. Albany Is becoming very popular In through our frame and wakes a dormant
the penalty of their crimes by death spark youthful "
bummer with a green patch I, She was hunchbacked, and had a hip England. It is a sort of the Beauty piety.
Of this '
the past number .
yesr. over his left eye. I Infirmity ; in fact, it seemed as if all of Hebron. Meet of our American potatoes Bananas and Plantains.
ninety-eight died on the gallows, Who is it?" asked several at I
the corporeal afflictions had devastated do well if taken England, but I A of banana contains
shot. The of awe
and three were scene
Why, the chap who saved a train her delicate little body. Now, the rule does not work both ways, as nutriment than three
latter the pounds of pitatoes
the executions of the being I
from being wrecked, was the reply. what did the grim old New Londoner American farmers who have planted
Indian Territory. Of those who forfeited i while as a food it is in enq88D.88
Come.. ten ns about it, they demanded -
and her seed
do, but.dismount help Imported have found to their of the word far superior to the
their lives fifty-two wera negroes >
as the small man crouchedin aboard and what did be further do
; best wheaten
thirty-eight were white, eight cost.Mr. bread. An acre'of ground
the darkness as if unwilling that
but unpin his button hole bouquet
were' Indians and two were China- J. J. H. Gregory of Marble- planted with bananas will return,
his heroic deed should be brought out
and hand it to her and what did he
men. Three women were executed. ; head, Miss., carefully collected the according to Humboldt, as much food
under the glare of the bit zing kerosene
further do but raise his hat and make
[ castings of worms daily for one season material.
One was hanged in Georgia, with thirty-three acres of wheat
four men' fcr having committed a lamp. her the profoundest of bows; in return I over a given area and they ,measured or over hundred acres of potatoes
After much persuasion he began
for all of which she beamed
upon nearly a quart to the foot or t The banana should
murder at a camp meeting,another I square Ot be called plantain -.
It was just men a night as this- him one of the saddest of smiles-a *
I enough to raise the surface of the land la
was executed In S ruth Carolina with ) dividedinto.several varieties,
and clear and I
her brother-inlaw, for murdering her bright was goirarhome smile so sad it seemed to have caught half an inch. He also by experiment all of which la used 'for food. ,The,
down the when right
track melancholy of the October
the sweet shows that an acre of land contain plantino mszlnito Is
sister and the third died on the gal may a small delicate
before me, across the rail, lay a great sunshine. He was a gentleman of
lows with two men in North Carolina fix tons of worms. fruit, neither longer nor stouter thaa,.
There'll Pale and
beam. was. ghastly the old school-a school that ought Vegetables, like grain seem to a lady's it is"
for killing her husband. Eighty- pass forefinger, the most_.de-
lifeless and light ss it '
as a body, k
been dismissed.
to have
eight of the executions were for murder I had not the to never through a treating process when lIc10u and prts ad'df all the varieties_
appeared power
fiye for arson, three for treason, I. placed in a heap, which guides those of plantain.
ramble and
A roar
. two for lying in wait and stabbing, move express'was Idaho Meanness. storing them in large quantities to be El plantino guineo-called by us the
that the
told night -
me careful of the of the cellars banana-Is probably in demand''
temperature more
and three for assaulting women. "
thundering down and soon would "Don't yer go there! he said, as he
and storehouses in which than other kind. It is subdivided
they any
The persons hanged for treason were ream the fatil spot Nearer and turned around on the passenger who '-
executed the are kept. Tncy need not only a temperature Into different varieties, the principal
throe Indian scouts by
neater it approached till, just: as the announced that he was going through
also of which are the yellow and
suitable but more or
United States'authoriUee at most selfish
cowcatcher was about lifting me I to Idaho. "They,are
less ventilation in the heap.>> purple bananas that we see fot.I&le In
Two brothers were "
Grant Arizona. "How? "Well
aside placid myself between people you ever saw. ,
and sprang Goats', milk is sold in London atthirt.seven our markets, but the latter Is so little
hanned together in Tennessee, wildcat under
take case. I ran a
tbe obstruction and the track and the my ,
cousins to fifty cents per quart. It ltetJaRmllld by the natives: nf'f'ha ttoplos
two died on the same gallowsin 1 train flew on unharmed." a school-house and discovered a rich -
Pennavlvanlft.. wouldn't let is preferred by miuy for the food of that is Is seldom eaten by them.
mine and yet they me
---- --'-- The silence was so. dense for a moment } children. English and El plantlno grande-knewn to us aa
Of the murders expiated six ,,cra do any blasting under there during very young the also
simply plantain Is subdivided
that one might have heard a Welsh cottagers find the keeping of
those'ot wives, one that of a husband, dew drop. Presently somebody said : school hours for fear of disturbingthe for their milk business into varieties which are known b7
goats a profitable
one of a son, one of a sister, one of children. I had to work at night their savor and size. The kind that'reaches
What did you do with the beam?" at the prices! paid. The yield. is ,
an aunt one of a daughter in-law, altogether and they even charged me our market is almost ten In*'
"I didn't touch it he replied I i generally very small; but a goat picks .
and'o e was committed in pris>p. ; thirty cents for breaking the : chet long, yet on the' Isthmus of
Oae of .the executions was that of but it touched me." dows." "Indeed!" "And in another its own living with less expense to its. Darien there are plantains that' grow

Guitean, for the assassination of "Well," persisted the questioner, cue, where I staked out a claim and owner Australia than any has other 80,000,000 animal. sheep, from eighteen to, twenty-two Inches..

President Garfield, one that of the "if you couldn't life it. and didn't three men jumped it, the.Govtmorfn re against 36,000,000 in this country. The They are never' eaten raw;bat are' :

Indian chief Brave Bear, and two occurred touch it, how, in the dickens did the ed to issue ammunition or let the wool yield of Australian sheep baa''' either boiled or roasted, or prepared asf "

in New York city those of train get over it?" Sheriff move; and do you know what
been very light; but tbe Improve. preserves. .
Sinoramand Leighton, on'.the '20t Why don't yon see?*' said the sad I had to do? I had to dig a canal menta made by importing American !II

and 19 h respectively.The from the river, three miles away, and The Crinoline Revival.
of April May faced man, as he arose from his seat breeding stock are rapidly bringing It
101 executions ,are divided and sidled toward the 'door. "The let the water in to drive the jumpersout -
up. Same fine-wool breeders' have Thanks to the ladles,.there'is. every,
the several States and .Territories obstruction was a moonbeam and I and even then the Coroner who
among shipped rams to Australia at $100 to prospect of a lost trade being revived -
as follows : Georgia 11; South jumped so that the shadow of my sat on the bodies made me pay for the $&o per head and the crosses from When crinolines went out the fair

-Carolina,9; Louisiana, 7 ; Missouri body took its place, and-" coffins and chanced me twelve dollarsfor these fully double the original wool- ones 'expressed themselves aa devoutly
Diketa funeral sermon only seven minutes
and North Carolina each ; "Bang!" flew a ham against the a clipper sheep.Cottonseed 'thankful and said sweet thing

IIlino1|.,.Indiana: 'Indian, .Territory door; and if it had struck the body of long I Don't go beyond" Colorado oil Is said to be superior about the clinging skirts which foI,--

.and.PMj glvanla, each; Kentucky. ? 'the retreating man there would have if you want to be well used. for many cooking purposes. It does lowed. Judging by what they stated,

New York Temeesee.aad'JV _.Texas,J. I been a much bigger grease spot free -- not scorch so readily as other oils, and male creatures came to the conclusion

eaob; Alaska, Arizona Arkansas, :coed on the panel. G.H. Danley writes to the Indiana if properly refined gives an excellent that crinolines would'never a air;

Mississippi _quid Virginia 8.TeachAlabama ; Farmer : I have a heifer that is four flavor to what is cooked with it. People be worn. Fashion, howeverls'still all-

California' Colorado \Connactiout years old, with her second calf, that I have been using more cottonseed oil powerfuL At first there warns alight f .

,'District of'' Columbia, 'Florida ; Among the discoveries made during consider is hard to beat. The followIng than they knew, much of it being protuberance which was just*,visible;'

Idaho Nevada, New Jersey, New, the botanical tour of Mr. John G. is the result of seven days' milk. palmed off as olive oil. Now that its then the jaunty Newmarket was'distinctly

Mexico and Oregon, 1 each.1Qulrisg. \ ; 'Lemmon in the mountain ranges iLg-from May 18th to 19th: Number merits are better understood, it can "parted," and in about six

along the Mexican frontier Arizona: of pounds of milk given, 470-an aver- afford topasa under its true colors. weeks the "crinolet" was general.

",. ... were two or three varieties of indigenous age of 67 pounds per day; most givenin Let those who desire to consume oi Now the crinoline is fairly upon us.

Judge Lynch has been very busy : potatoes. They were found In : one day, 70 pounds. From the 470 have their opportunity.The Two Sheffield manufacturers who

during the past twelve months. By abundance in very elevated meadows, of milk we made 13} pounds of but New Hampshire Mirror and make a specialty of crinoline,wire are

his orders 57 persons have been put to walled around by'peate 10,000 feet ter. She is a grade ahort-horn. I farmer recommends that flue salt be full of orders, largely' on foreign ac

death for various crimed. There above the level of the sea. In size would like to know if there is any sifted over cattle from head to tall count but a go: d deal of it Is also for

were twelve double and four triple they did not exceed that of walnuts. better record-taking into consideration about this time, and again later in theaeasonas the home market. When the fashion

lynching Thirty-four of those,, on I _I.._ her age-than this, of any breed.A a remedy against lice. About went out the change brought ,disaster

whom summary Justice was inflicted : wee boy beset his mother to talk a pint to eaeh animal is snffl jlent. A to several firms engage in production

where white men, twenty-two were A pretty penwiper that resembles arose to him, and say something funny correspondent who tried the remedy of crinoline steeL Now the premises
negroes, and one' was.an Indian. who is made of twelve circular piecesof "How can I?" she asked, "don't you :selected a few animals for experimentwith .are being again put to their old !

was hanged in California. cloth of dlffrnt color, edged with see how busy I am baking these pies?' the salt, and omitted 1U use bn I use in the hope that crinoline may.

Of the fifty-seven lynching, thirty crystal beads. Fold the pieces in four "Well, you might say, 'Charleywon't others, and the result was that those become. firmly seated this round of t"

four were for murder three for Lorse- I. and fasten together in the centre with you have a pie?'-That would be that were so salted were free of lice, the fashionable wheel as it was tat

.ate&tlnCID Missouri tfor; cattle '. silk thread. funny for.you.". while those not so treated were lousy. asU



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'.' K. 'terprise via, Norwood's .Hack Line for .AY. R. C. PERM ,N, of City JP fef ..

t "l'he theraiosaetrr ataadi'at sea its a. m.ti only $8.00 or from here to Jacksonville D.. takes pleasure In advising the

,: ; *New.K a.the 7th at. ,0:43.. p.'m.Barometer .' via his Hack Line and DeBary line for .i.
iI ; Indicates Fair.Sun Orange andYECfab18Growm orl'llf J
.:-J' iimem at' ;&51 and leU at li:36. tt.00. ,Florida.'ro1. .
't .Jooa meTal ,-*" 1:15 a. m. Just a glance at our advertising col that he la representing the foUowiii
iTJQBibtFEB mns will show that the STAR is a. first- Scott. '-M.Tbra8ber.. well-known, prompt and ltpOnliwt'.
may be found, oft file at Itusvllle Fla Sanfotll'la.SCO'IT" .\
\! Geo;, BowdTA class advertising medium. THRASHER, Commission Hooves:

} tiring> Bureau'(10 Spruce <---The BL .AfIgutiM PMr of the 27th FACTS Mess. Heard ,Bro's. & Cot:
ad erg contracts may be made for it ATTORXEYSATLAW.Sanford "
,'.e .,inNEWtORK.. nit says: Captain Hendrickson' Indian V' : : Florida.Mr. 81 Der Street, X e1rYwL--{ '
River arrived here Wednesday from '
on '
A people are asktag .Scott Is now located atTitusville. : ,:t4
THE SiB is, the orndaL newspaper great many Chapin
Jacksonville with he is to
a yacht taking Brothers,
Law specialityPJ ,!
Real Estate a
j. for. ..Brerard county the Indian River country. He left on what particular trembles bows 5g| 97 ,

': ErdertdttOte- Pad Office at Ttautitte aS'ecad the same day.Mr. lioN Brrrzxs is good for. B. MAGRl'DER, and respectfully solicits consignment 'to*'

: Cbar3falkr. D. W. McQuaig has been confirmed It will care Heart Disease fatalyai. COUNTY SURVEYOR, them. -Y N'f L

: LOCAL ITEMS. Collector of Revenue, for this .Dropsy Kidney; Disease CoasuBptioo iSrFreighta same to both cities via t .t

T1ve Board of County Commissioners county. Whether he has received his ,Dyspepsia, Rheumatism, AND NOTARY PUBLIC. STEAMER FROM SA VA Yydj-',
Neuralgia,and all amflar diseases ,
f ,will meet..mlloDdaT. commission as'yet we know not. The Rockledge Florida. THE TROPICAL HOUSED

time is drawing near when all taxes Its wonderful cnratrre power is
-Jb.Gay,of Cjmond, on the Halifasgavcaaa OR s. JOXES. Indian :
.. at Rockledge, River Florida.
should be paid in. simply because it purifies and enriches J4I
snort callonTuesday: -Hon. W. H. Sharpe, in the Senate, the blood, thus beginning at S. Ryder, Owner & Propriet.\ j
:Vegetables of aU kinds, venison, fish
,and gave of mil kinds is wanted at the on Friday, January 13, 1883 introduced the foundation, and by balding.up ATTORNEYATLAW.TituaviUe This House is centrally located att {
Senate bill No. 94 To be entitled the system,dares out all disease.A
Lund JI 1Ue.' : an Florida. ledge in the far-famed Indian River jf<|
act for the relief of W. F. Richards, of Florida,and all the % 1
The ,sewing Twl"'** belonging to Lady Cured of Rheumatism pyr: E. E. GLlSU. possess advantapa'of .
Sheriff Brevard Florida re-
county, ; Climate Health and Pleasure of ttk '.
Mrs.pallor,of this place, will be raffled Baltimore Mil.Mar 7.'**?-
for on Saturday evening.ike ferred to Committee on Claims. Mr hcaltk wa vhe mack I ibaumd eoaaeac.ankiag brRkcuBitiuB Notary Public Stale at Large. newly developed region of South FlorkdiF .ti

Messrs.: Stebbins and Sutton gave us Take steamer from Sanford for
Bnm's Inm BUtm.and I Affidavits drawn and all boaineos entrnated
yacht race at Oak Hill is to Mated lads:==..caouck to u to promptly attended to.
a short call yesterday afternoon. Theyame dulrboaiclMiddutick me Poinsett,called Rockledge Landing; ;
: off time this month probablyon tad to mr Lahij.'lk
come some on the Osceola yesterday and ex- I aa mow o inf the third bonta ud I Office at his resideace. miles carriage riding. Direct
or about the 22d iast. am rminiag aCftllCdi daily.tad I :Florida.
Titusrille -
pect to start down the river in a day or chcctfiiUr iccommcad il to all. from the Ho use: made with steamers ;
McLean starts down the I caaaot $ay too mach in praise
Captain ,
so on a pleasure trip. Mr. Carlin will of it. Mra.MATT E.BUSII&&a. D. COWIE. Rates, $2.5O per day.drra3tyeuurGs .

river to-dar1rith the sloop Agnes. The carry them with the sloop Ella. 173 Pnstaaait. 1 6y the Weti r 3f atk., *g -$
Captain reports that sales are brisk. >\,
-Mr. G. Mackenzie returned homeon Kidney Disease Cured.

The proprietor of the Lund House is I Sunday evening from his fine placeon Suferiag Qris fro8I.k.iaM7'b.Va..disease alt,. Physician and SurgeotL PIONEER COOPERAGE: ,

having a new fence erected in front of 1 the Banana River, having made a from which I could et ao relief f Titusville. Florida. Syritp Barrels $2.25. "'
tried Bnawa't 11'0. Burnt, vluch
that House on Washington Avenue. I pleasant stay there of three weeks. On cured BM coopleteiy. A eluld of
mia*.recorenac: from icarict fercr. w F. GRAY. ( Ganged to order tea cents extra. ;ji' .
-1Ir. A.-A. Stewart, our county clerk I. his return through Banana creek with had o appetite aad did DOC seem to *
win' his family from Georgi- Mr. 0. 'A. killed be able co eat a&aIL 1 P"him lroa Honey Barrels, ami Oval Water
soon remove Quarterman, they avery Boten with ih.happiest results.J. Watch Maker tad Jewe& ;

r ana to this place,probably next week : large alligator, twelve or thirteen .KTU MoxTACva ALL WORK WAK&AXTED.Woric Breakers Ya

-Mr. Joe. Louisiana, who has been, feet long.CapL. Heart Disease. or orders left with.IU.Wager or at From : SiOO 1 ;

very ill for long time was in town last:' J. H. Smith, of the steamer Via*Si,Hairiiburf Dee.: Iillo.Pa. Grange Post 01Bce.will TitusvtU receive prompt orwUh atte A.. Brady.11OQ..Will at La be : ; : lap q?

week for the first time in several zi nths. Osceola, was in town last Saturday. He After trriac different physicians t. In TltnsrUle every Mo ay. Tanksand .!"

=Mr.,. w. B. Moore, baa just had his 1 gave us a pleasant call in the afternoon aad tbs away heart icxedies without for tccemac palpiunonf any DR. B. R. TOTLSOX. all kinds ot Coon WORK to order

yacht, the May, repaUted and launched. .. and stated that while there was water bcacfit.Iron Binen.I was adnscd I hare to used cry two Brown's bottles T. JOHNSON, 1

Her appearance has been greatly improved. sufficient for him to come to Salt Lake, P"so acid merer suich fund relict aaydung that Will continue the aMtxee of) raTitusvilfeml LaGrange. : : J1orida.., T

he would be there regularly. See advertisement kt"Jar.ta Has !
vicinity, The Florida Stale Gazetteer
of the Osceola this week.
Eleven passengers came up on the For the peculiar troubles to which
Office atJ. M. Dixon'ft Drug Store. and
steamer Oaceola last Friday and about Notwithstanding the fact that we ladies are subjecl. BIOWN'S IKON

the same number went down to Sanford enjoy daily mail facilities, the mall of Emus is invaluable. Try it. A. B. HAWLEY,. D. D. S. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. -ICoataini

with her. :Monday evening was very large. If the ,+3 the oo3ne butiiun and affiratftie i!
Mr.'M.T.Jones of Long Pond, Ga. amount of mall from Enterprise to this Be sure and get the Genuine. Visiti9eatisLMakes

who has been spending a week or so here place continues to increase as it has recently frequent trips to Tn
the Department will have to giveus Lat Worth, &e. Merchant, Profeartonal & Business men, ,
gave us a pleasant call on Tuesday after-
noon... a dally mail during the summer .. P. O. Address New Smyrna, Florida. and the principal farmers and land .,

months. owner orange groves and plantation ",
The firm ofS.C.Norwood&Co.have c. D. SA"I AN-
-Any one contemplating to subscribefor together with a y
now a complete stock of everything in
the line of any newspaper or periodical would STEAMER MARION, StetchofAft Cities, TffWM and YtOaga,
groceries, provisions, fancy Justice of the Peace and
etcMr do well to read the advertisement headed Will Leave and bow to nacH them and other valuable +i
Notary Public State-at-Large.
"Newspaper Subscription Agency in
Stebbins of who has SALT LAKEEvery This *
Michigan, important work will be issued just ,
another column. This is something that Offices! She HaulOver.T -
passed several winter seasons on our Wednesday is. !Saturday as soon as the labor of collectingand
has been needed on our river and we are
river, arrived here on the Osceola yester JOHNSON codtsiinrr.: the facts .
r pleased to see Mr. Nauman embark in at 10 a. m. connecting at compiling can beaccom-,a.pushed.

day. this new enterprise. Sanford and Enterprise, To the bosiae eoaim 1i

CapUinMoLeanarrivedherewith the ..... Notary Public, State-at-Large, !nity this will be the most valuable book, :
with daily steamers forJACKSONVILLE.
sloop Agnes, Mo? d .y-** *"" The Ag- Died, and | that has yet been published about 4

nes, as usual,has a good stock of"groceries At City Point, Florida,on Friday,January Justice of tIe Peace. Florida. Price,$5. to be sold by subscrip-, 't

26th, 1833, G. Willard, of paralysis. ::
goods etc. -UK-
dry: Court day first Sarirday of each month. f J;)
Mr. Willard was one of the Pioneer 'AAddw ;
The STAB'S Pearl Press has just everlastingly Returning Leaves LA GRANGE Florida. Jtatefor tisia3:
settlers of Indian River and his loss will
been printing orange wraps for Sanford and Enterprise 1 Page with bock$30l |Page with book 130 :"
be mourned relatives and ,
by numerous
our shipper, Mr. W. B. 'Moore The Canital Marriage Help Association.
"Agents wasted in to
and friends. Every Tuesday and Friday at 9 a. m. every eoaaiy,
r during the past week. ...'. W. L. PEELER, of Rockledge whom liberal terms will be '}
Cabin fare to Sanford or Enterprise.; .,t'
-Our County Judge J. A. Notice.
. That the County Judge Sheriff and Meals and state room included, $5.; Deck Agent for South Florida. CUSHtNG & APPLEYARD, Pubs., 1j
and lady,during the past week have rented ,
the Long residence and have commenced Clerk of Circuit Court, will meet at the fare, $2. J. H. SMITH, October 19 S 3m P.O. Box 1M2.] Jackwnvffle, Fb.AItRff..u.s .

Clerk's Office on February 5th A.D.1883 Feb 1 Manager.
bnueekeeping. .I; DEPARTURES OFXAUS.I .
ST. CLUK-ABJUM, t r. Snaxtass, i
invest to draw the Grand and Petit Jurors to State Attorney. County Judge of riUe.. -
Parties.wishing to in desirable NEWSPAPER Se vtntb Judicial C1m t. Orange county Leave Entelp1"Uerp&oDday W Un *Uy. aM
serve at the Spring Term of Court the
Friday at 3 a.1L a

should property read In this the ,section.adveritsement of the, State"For First Monday in March A. D, 1883. Subscription Agency.The SL (Mr Alffams & SmmerlEATTOSXETS ami.Arrive FriOay at'.at TttasrlUe 9 p. m. Monday Wednesday \'lI

Jan. 30 1883. A. A. Snw ART Leave Titasrln raesOay ThnrsdaTsad" "
undersigned having opened a A
sale, on another gage.Mr. : COtXSILLORS AT LAW.ORLANDO Saturday at 4a.m
Clerk Circuit Court. FLA. Arrive at Xaterprise Taeadar Tlmnday '
W. B.Moore started down the ..... NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY ndSatuday at t p.m. ';
Win rive eareftd attention to collections,
: river on Sunday with the intention of Hotel Arrivals at the Land Hoase and will practice la the several courts of this ]rromDaytonatoTUasTHleLeave : -
Will be pleased to receive subscriptions District and in the Supreme Court at Talla Daytona Tuesday: Thursday: and Sitar&rTtatvSatTltnavmeThuusdaySaturday -.
securing a large quantity of oranges and For the week ending February 1st 1883. hassee and U. S. court at Jacksonville. day. !

tomatoes for shipment north. J C Jones, Valdosta Ga. F W White, to any Monday a*10 a.m. acid ::t

Remember that yon can go to Enterprise Savannah, Ga. M T Jones, Valdosta, Ga. Periodical or Newspaper published. LA GRANGE STORE Monday Leave: at Tttosvllle 3 p.in. Tburtda]' Saturday sad ....

via Norwood' Hack Line for B C Perham, City Point, Fla.; J F Wallace -! ---0-- Always on hand a general assortment of Arrive at Daytona Wednesday Saturday sod ::

ally .$3.00 or from here' to Jacksonville Boston, Mass? John McCarthy,, Save time, trouble and expense by apply. GOODS. Blonday Prom at IS a.TitusvUle m. to Eau Gaffes ear

via his Hack lane and DeBa.rJ Line Oak Hill, Fla.; C Magruder Rockledge,, ing to CHAS. H.NAUMAX, -STRICTLY CASH.A .- Leave. TttttsvlUe Taeaday and Friday 'atsavin.

for W.Oi.We Fla.; C M Reynolds Virginia; A W
Subscription Agent, Qrth ee at Ian Gallic Tuesday and Friday
Weeks, Holderness N H John Brown Brady. at ,
learm that; the schooner Gazelle ; Haulover P. 0., Brevard county, Fla. January ISSa '- L ave Eau Game Wednesday and Saturday M
New York; E C Daniel Jr. Boston, Mass lyr .36 at o a.m.Arrive. .. ,
was wrecked while attempting to cross -
Mrs L W Rawson Walter E Anderson Titosvllle Wednesday: and aatur-
the bar at Lake Worth Inlet on the 22nd day at 7 p.m.
Sanford, Fla.; Mrs L HTenny, B F Ten- ft ,
r ult., and that she is a total wreek.We New Information t
ney, Mary Tenney, Theodore Tenney, DEALERS DC Millinery, Fancy, Dress Goods,, of Florida.
i learn that the oranges from the Oberlin, Ohio; M B Chandler, HanloverFla. 192 pages new matter unto map for 1881.

i far-famed Dummett Grove will probably .;J Smith, Jacksonville, Fla.; Ed GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Notions, Laces, Worsteds, &a fine line of Send six cents to B.C.t.oDK,Tallahasseeor

d' sow be transported via this place to Salt BradyLaGrangeFla.; A A Stewart, KID GLOVES. C. Drew,Jacksonville,Fla.
;. Lake and thence to Jacksonville. City;Mrs CM Stewart, Mrs Tysen, L RoeUedgt : : : : Florida. 67 West Bay 8t..Cor.Laura

;:Jt t. We learn as we go to press, that Pike, New York; AM Moore, St. Lucie, Prompt attention to all business en. JACKSONVILLE : : Florida.FloridaManufacture. TSt

i Oapt J. H.. Smith and B. U. Wright Fla; A W Masters, Life Saving Station

'I' have purchased.the little steamer Ibis. No 1, 1Ja..;Ino H Sa.m3, Palatka, Fla.; trusted to them. .

t .Her future ,route has not been decided A Van Volkenburg, Yicbburgfus. ; February 1st lyr 40. at

, upon as yet. W S Norwood LaGrange, Fla.; Capt Me AMAZON PAINT WORKS.

, Lean, sloop Agnes, Indian River, Fla.; The Lund House J.spstsnU CIODtmu
J I- The recent heavy rains apparently w J. BERNE& CO
.' W H Ellis Yarmouth, Nova Scotia; F C 9 esveat4indb
0 have filled every little pond and mud- Pendleton New La. manufacturers traa..mar
Orleans ; Grabill, Comer Main Street& of the
Washington Ave. tile UDitlcl oblatah
hole in the country. A continuation of !::
wife and two children, De Land, Fla.; .. 1m ;
;; these rains will probably delay our daily F 31 Trobridge and wife, Bed Oak,Iowa; TltuBTllle, : Florida. AMAZON BEADT-IHBD PAINTS lie-rma-a, :::=.o... ooantrier. ; '
somewhat drain
mail Benj Known, Geo Booth, NY; I His- --- ** -"' of motkls ear

, -Mr.Delaney, of the Lund House,had, cock, Georgiana, Fla.; Henry Watton, Pleasant Location, Good Table.A in all shades and ready forImmediate ...Paten..- Advice oMainad by nail thraaeh free. ware Dotted lafik "

i the dflTbArntfw1 to attempt to cut his i TR Crook, Sherwood, F1a.; 0 A Quar- cosy home for the r .e. UUTUriC AKK&ICAH. which hat
*" the largest circulation,and la the moat i da-
foot off with a hatchet, last week, in an tam Banana River, Fla.; SPORTSMAN and grinders ofPure Atial nawspsMr of its kind pabUabadia tba
l attempt at carpentering. We are pleased --""S''- INVALID AND TOURIST world lha ad vantages of soeh aDOUceeftIJ1IDder8taDdi.
To The "'Uc. 9Kl patentee .
to hear that the cat is White Lead
improving u'Biz The undersigned notifies the public 'Alalup and aaiiWoayesr

, -' is biz." In a abort conversation .. that he has a new hack running from Sail-boats In attendance.d & Colors In Oil pa iiiadIa ft.pu'1iahed admitted to ba the beat paper.devotLo .

I with Mr.E. H. Eke, of this place, s: TitusVUle to Salt Lake, and can accommodate A. Deisner, Proprietor. works toadeooemeehankatnT, and other depaztaMnti ,ofutdoat. _
I .: day or so ago be informed us that he expected .. passengers desiring to cross eachw Office anal Factor!, proereaa.jmhliabed fn Singls
AGENTS wutti''aS ..... copies by mail, 10 en 1I.&D78olecnn a wAddrea
I I. ;' next week to receive 'a fine ne way., Yours Respectfully, ....., : .k..lilal.. No. 26 Ocean cll JeJ'L .
::' ,_ hack for carrying passengers., .J D. %3 1883. N.C. BayAx. 1'r.os__8 .s:._: _. .....= street, : ltBBn Co.publishers of Scfevttfio
'.. .. .: I 1'1- JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA..r American.XI Broadway,New York. i
I fiandhook about patents malted ttcc.

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