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Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: February 8, 1883
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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AGEICDLTICIW.",.COLLEGE.... ",. I histOry of such institutions is but.a series .< A Large Fir in New York' .. OCR VTASIIIXGTOX LETTER. Crocker of California, and a dancing par- _
Special." to Florid*TiwoiTATJiAHAfisra'' .. r .' of failureand) if the terms,, of the grant NEW YORK, February 1.-The' Inman (From our tegular correspondent.) ty'to young people only at the :residenceof
February IISSS: the Line'r 'Was burned WASHUTQTojr, D. C. Jan*24,1883-
by Government are so rigid that no steamship'pier early Mr. Auguste Peterson. Guests were
A ineetmg"pf the Board: of: Trustees of direction this of Of the twenty-sii Senators whose terms .
is morning
'' allowed it would.be an easy Large quantities goodsstored continually coming and going from one ,
theA: .grjcultuf; i:.Colkge fund"" to-day. excited matter;through the congress now< in session I' on the' pier were destroyed. The will expire on the 4th of March next to the other of, these ,parties,!so! that,

mflchinterest.,. Several, offers rre- ; to'secure such a modification of its steamship Egypt, ''temporarily docked fourteen have been chosen to succeed many arrivals occured after midnight.
ceived from different localities, were'not; themselves, viz: Mcs rs. Morgan, Garland .
? and conditions Uld'sat'e of the
terms as w a repetition alongside, pier, was considerably r ,Au tsT.
acted.upon. The Board promulgates: ,the in Florida;of the failures which ..damaged. Several vessels were set on fire Saulsbury, Plumb, 'Beck, Frye, c....

following YS itirofficial'actions'. .. have uniformly followed the attempt to by sparks, but the fire was, extinguished, Hoar, Lanear, McPhereson, Bansom, An Hill and Stephens.
TALLAHASSEE FLA February,! 1833. thony Butler Harris and Coke. Seven We. have just published :fine portrait
,, n establish agricultural >colleges in other .before much damage, was done,them. ,
The Trustees of the Agricultural Col- new Senators have been elected, as follows pictures of two of Georgia's most noted
states Dd counties.:.; But, if such an institution I When :the Egypt moved out into the
lege, at the request,of;several competing is to be established;even though stream the fire swept toward pier 37, belonging ; Messrs.Colquitt, to succeed Barrow statesmen: Gov._Alex.'H. Stephens' and

localities have.adjourned,, their- meeting only to fail and be ultimately converted to the Ocean Steamship Company who was chosen to fill the unexpired term the late Senator: :Benj.;H. Hill. Theyare
until 21st 1883 at .which time of the late Senator Hill of Georgia Cul- engraved from photographs and have
February ; nto something else, we do not think I of Savannah, and set it on fire several ; '
they.will locate the college, should, suffi- G Gainesville"the place for it-not'because times,but the flames were subdued by lom to succeed, David Davis; Wilson, to been pronounced life-like and perfect.

dent inducements be offered by! any locality of'any,special objection to that ambitious 'I the employes and a special corps of fire- succeed McDill; Gibson to succeed Kel- Size 14 x 19 inches, on heavy plate paper.A .
possessing healthfulness and I log Dolph to succeed Grover Eiddel- sample copy of either picture will be
accessibility ; ;
city, but, upon the principle of a "divis- men. The steamer Chattahoochee, of
As the board ,cannot use its ion.of the spoils." Already she has the Savannah, moved to the north side of the berger, to Johnston, and Kenna to suc-: sent by mail, post paid, on recipt of, 50

funds for building purposes there will East Florida Seminary, and is confidently pier, and as the fire spread the positionof ceed Davis, of West Virginia. Five states cents, or the two for$1., cash or stamps. \

have to be donated suitable buildings and expecting the Capital Modesty requires the steamer became more and more have not yet elected their Senators for Agents'wanted in every part of the South

to procure at least one hundred acres of that she should abandon her aspirationsfor dangerous. The loss is estimated at the next term, viz: Colorado, Michigan, to sell these and other,popular cheap

land, four acres.of whichsbal be adjoin- the Agricultural College, and permitsome $595,000. Minnesota, Nebraska and New Hamp- pictures of famous men and women of the

ing the buildings and four' .acres conven- of her struggling sisters to enjoy The entire pier, with its sheds and the shire. If these: five states elect republican South,Southern Scenery etc. We also

ient for an experimental garden. In ad- that developer. merchandise stored in them, was destroyed Senators, the republicans: will have deal largely in Cheap Jewelry, Chromos,

dition to the above, such further dona- nothing remaining but the spiles which hirty-eight, to thirty-six democrats, and Medicines, Stationary Packages, Novelties .

tions as may be offered as an inducementfor IN MEMORIAM.In supported the pier. The loss is roughly. two re-adjusters. Among the republican etc. Men, women, and boys and

the location are requested. all our short journalistic career no estimated at 1000000. The steamship Senators the opinion seems to prevail girls can make 'money fast selling our

HEXBY L.FELKEL, sadder duty has fallen to us than the announcement Egypt was damaged in her rigging the quite generally now that there will be a goods. Write for catalogue and termsto

Secretary Agricultural College "Board. of the death of Mrs. Kate I amount of a few thousand. dollars. The special session of the Senate called, very agents. Adress HILL & BTJBBOW,

What prospect there is-of finding a location EL McComb, which occurred last Satur- I I Savannah steamer Chattahoochee,that lay roably to meet immediately upon the 40 :Marietta street... ., ATLANTA, GA.

that will meet the requirements of i day,morning. .It is a little less than a at pier 35, exposed to the full onset of the adjournment of the present session. The Another Decision in the United States

the Trustees; continues the Times, 'we do' year since that Mr. Jas. McComb and lames was hardly scorched, its crew being ,indications are that the republicans will Supreme Court Affecting the Four-

not know. .Land-would no doubt be donated ; his bride took each other for better or for on hand with hose and pumps. The elect Mr. Anthony President pro tern- .teenth Amendment.

in almost any quantity, but what worse. The union proved to be a very Ocean 'Steamship Company's dock was pore. and that the democrats will cast WASHINGTON, January 29.-A decision -

benefits'are likely-to accrue.from-the possession happy one, and the two were devotedly not damaged at all. their votes for Mr. Bayard. was rendered by the.Supreme Court

of the.Agiicultuial: .College that attached to each other. Their future All the piers in the neighborhood were. Senator Garland has introduced a bill of the United States in the case of John '

are.suificient'to'indueeany. .town to provide prospects were indeed bright and their cleared of vessels as fast as tugs could in the Senate to encourage the holding ofa 3ush, plaintiff error, vs. ,the,.Commonwealth
"suitable buildings" besideS donating hopes and blessing appeared to have tow them out. Several vessels suffered world's industrial and cotton centennialin which arose out of the indictmentof
overreached the lotof mankind 1834. The recites that it is a colored man for the murder of a
t1.e land, we are not able.to .see. If, any generally.A slight damage; to their sails and rigging. preamble
conveniently ea and healthful town new joy had been promised them and The fire started in a lot of compressedcotton desirable to celebrate the one hundredth white child. Counsel for the prisoner in

will do so, the difficulty,. ol course, is their tender anticipations were centered on the Inman pier, and its rapid anniversary of the first year of perfect the Circuit Court of Fayette County,
around born buds of which lingered in the United States and that this Kentucky, moved to quash the indict-
ended, and the college shots. be put in new one spread was helped by the explosion of a peace ,
few hours and when could be celebrated world's ment, forthe reason that the grand
operation.at the earliest'postlble date. .a perished_ _it large number of carboys of vitriol properly by a jury
Should no suit ble"location' be offered was almost immediately h followed u by the --- ---- cotton exposition to be held in some cityto which found it was selected bv.virtue ofa

under the conditions as set forth by the mother, and loving e and the child Fire's Fell Work.Special be selected. The bill authorizes the State. law, from white citizens of the .

Trustees, the question as to what fchall be were buried together. The other little ( Despatch to the Jacksonvillo Times President to appoint on reecommenda- county exclusively violation of the

done with the fund will again recur; and one lingered for two days and then followed GAINESVILLE, FLA., Jan. 31. tion of the Governors of states and territories fourteenth Amendment to the constitu-

we think there can be no doubt that the its companion and' mother. Her A fire broke out in the East Florida one commissioner and one alter- tion. The motion to 'quash' was over-

wibext disposition to.make of it will be to perished joys are buried in the grave, Seminary to-day, and before efficient help nate from each state and territory. 'The ruled and the ruling sustained in the

divide it between. the East and West but, her memory is enshrined in all the could be had the flames had gained con- city in which the exposition is to be held State Court of Appeals. This court, how-

Florida Seminaries,to be wed in maintaining hearts that knew her. The pallbearerswere trol, and it was burned to the ground.The shall be selected by the National Cotton ever,reverses the judgement of the latter,

: an agricultural department in each. Postmaster Dixon, Doctors Cowie origin of the fire is not known at Planter's association. Senate committeeon and holds that the' motion to quash

This would not onlybe: the most econom- and Wilson, County clerk. Stewart, Asst. this writing, but it is supposed to have agriculture to-day agreed to report the should have be granted, for the reason
been due to an accident. It is being en- bill favorable.A that: the State had twice enacted laws
ical method,but it would -also solve 'the Postmaster Gruber and Mr. Froscher.
The business houses of the place were quired into thoroughly. inconsistent with the Fourteenth. Amend-
problem of obtaining' .pup'ils It ,is by good story was told at the Capi- "
no meaBS'certain that'if the Agricultural closed during the funeral services in reverence The building was fully insured, and tol to-day pertinent to the civil service ment, andat must be presumed that the

College were"'opened, teaching nothingbut to the departed. The deceased will be replaced with a new one as soonas bilL A very estimable woman, so far as officers to whom was. committed the selection .
it be done and
practical anal theoretical agriculture, was buried in her bridal dress. The can by prompt energetic character u concerned, was sent with of a jury on the case acted in conformity -

any considerable 'imniber of students funeral services were delivered by the action, high recommendations to Senator Vest, with these unconstitutional State

would present them elvesio profit by the Rev. W. N. Cbaudoin,'in a solemn and In the meantime the school will not be of Missouri, for a position in one of the laws in discriminating against'colored

opportunity offered It certain, however impressive manner and a large assemblage forced to intermit its work, as temporary departments. Understanding that a persons. Opinion by Justices Field,

that if the sons farmers who wishto gathered to pay the last tribute of rooms were engaged before nightfall by clerical position was what was wanted Gray, and the Chief Justice dissenting. ..-

obtain: greater proficiency in their respect to one whom in life had been the school board and arrangements made the Senator told her to make her appli- 4INewspaper Consolidation..,> .
for usual
opening as to-morrow morning.
work,by learning what -can be taught prized by so many, and in sympathywith H.E.D. cation in writing. Next day the good The many readers of the'' Jacksonville

about. 'it in i establishments for that 'purpose the bereaved husband, the parent, ..... woman brought her formal application.The Union and the Jacksonville 'Times were

could at the same time and with and family in their distress. The deceased -, Merrill' Island Grant. Senator and a friend looked over it very much surprised at the announce

but slightly increased expense get the was the"eldest daughter of the late WASHINGTON, February 2.-A number and concluded that clearly the writerwas ment of Mr. McCallum of the Union

benefits of a course in other studies, there CoL H. T. Titus, and Mrs. M. E. Titus of !of homestead entries upon Merritt's Island incompetent for the position sought. stating, on the 28th ult. that Mr.Jones

would be no lack of patronage to justifythe this place, and was known by nearly 1 Florida, were suspended some time ago .She was informed of v ic verdict and said I had purchased the ,entire outfit of the

application of the fund to the pur- every one to be a loving and cherished because it was asserted that the land was with a burst of tears: "Now see how Union, and that the two papers would be

po:-e3 intended. companion. She was quite young when covered by an old Spanish grant. Upon easy it is: to make a mistake. That was consolidated under the new name of the

The only difficulty in the way arises. called to that better land, but the surprises investigation, this claim was set aside and written by a person high up in the de-:. Time Union. The friends of the Union

from the doubt as whether: such a dis-. that pertain to human life are not the Secretary of the interior has directedthe partment. As for myself I can't write will learn with regret that the Union had

IKwition-of the income would be a ..fulfillment more frequent than in its termination.The Commissioner of the General Land at all!" ceased publication, and that it was caused

of the law under which the .Fund years of existence "are even as a Office to confirm the suspended homestead President Arthur gave a dinner to the by the feeble health of its editor, who .

was created.. If we arc not mistaken, an sleep,".instantaneously awakened to the entries. If this is not practicable, the diplomatic corps in the state dining room for many long years has ably handled the

attempt was made to annex the Agricul- eternal cycles, although they as "suddenly Commissioner is instructed to make proper at the White house last evening. All the Union, with the hand of physical disabil-

tural College of Massachusetts, created in fade away like the grass, which in the recommendations to the Secretary appointments were on a scale of great ity pressing him heavily. Thee'Times-

the same way and located at Amherst, to morning is green, and groweth up, but providing for other relief. elegance, and the affair quite equaled the Union will be published by Messrs Jones .

Amherst College' of the' same place;. but in the evening" is cut down, dried, and Death of RCT.c.II.. ..B. McCallum. banquet to the same body last year. The Varnum & Co.,and it is reasonable to expect :

the plan fell through because the lawyers withered. table laid for the that the new as a news jour
..... The entire State will learn with deep was thirty-six, symbolical paper
decided' that, in order to' comply with the Proceedings of the Board of County regret of the death of the Rev. H. B. Me number to which all such state ban- nal, will produce a paper of wider scope ., .f!.
law, an independent institution would conform. A mirrorwas than either did heretofore: ,
generally long
Commissioners.Board Callum, late editor of the Florida Union, quets : ..
have to'be maintained.It laid down the center of the table ... .. "
convened pursuant to adjourn- which occurred on the morning of the
might be well for the Trustees to Murder or Suicide of Dade County's
.
: I ment, members present, Messrs.. Wager, 30th ult. He was buried the followingday with its edges wreathed with roses. In : .
County Judge,
submitthe in formal
to
question a
,
way the middle was set Indian canoe, over
Wesson and Hardee. with sad and pathetic ceremonies in all
: A letter from Miami Dade
dttomey-General1laney. No harm cancome county,
On motion it was ordered that the bond the new city cemetery at Jacksonville. three feet long, composed of red and brings intelligence of the' death at:hi*
from bowing'pre l what limit-
: .. white carnations the
>C. > cross pieces or seats .J
presented by D. W. '
McQuaig as County
place at the forks of the Miami River' of
ations in of
. we must recognize disposing DepartedThis
,. represented by closely-set white roses,
: 1' Collector for this county be approved.
:the life at the residence of Mrs. M.E. John Adams, County Judge ol that coun
money.. and the body of the canoe filled with jac
Whereas: the time for the final' settlement '
-j. He found shot death-and. the
,A strictly.agricultural college, saps the by the Tax Collector with the State 1 Titus, in Titusville ,on Saturday morning queminot roses and their leaves. At ty.: was to
with which the deed done
Fernandina Mirror, is of no value. If we and count having the first I February 3d., Mrs. Kate H. McComb, either end of this center piece were square pistol was on
; expired on
.
I the floor appeared that a suicide had
are to have an agricultural college pease. Monday in'February 1883, therefore be it i ir wife of our esteemed townsman, Jas. Ic- cushions of moss, set with calla lilies, "
it might as well remain at.Eau. ,Gallia aselsewhere S lT'ed"that the Board of County Commissioners Comb Jr., and daughter of the late Cot and beyond them.epergnes overflowingwith been done, though some suspicion exists
b that he Was murdered. It is believed
betterresnlp Henry T.,Titus in the 22d of her
,
as-it will accomplish no : ; year long-stemmed jacqueminot and
extend the time for final settlement in .
that he had some $300 or $-tOO money, .
at one place than another. It maybe age. Marshall Neil roses. Thirteen courses,
until the first in "
Monday July ...'. but only three or four dollars could be 1
as successful as the :Maryland Agricultural with six accompanying wines,were served
.1883, and a new warrant be issued to the Died. found the ; '
College, which had'asplendidbuildP I and beside the cluster of glasses and flowers on premises. ---.i
Tax collector. Died at LaGrange at the residence of: Adams birth '
ing in sight of the' dome of the :National Board then adjourned until the first: Mrs C. E. Brown, on February 4th, aftera a gilt embossed name card was laid at and Judge had in was the&German by
Capitol and had six ..professors 'and nine each plate. Dinner was announced afew, lived county many years.
Monday in March 1883. severe illness of two weeks, Frank A. When the famous Cooley massacre occur-
ttudcntt. .. A. A. STEWART'Clerk.There Peckham, aged 12 years 3 months and minutes before eight o'clock, and lasted ed New River in the Florida Indian
on
The present Legislature should act ..... 8 days; the orphan son of Augustus and over two hours. The toilette of the ladies ,
'promptly in the matter, and untie' the are three things that are hard Maria A. Peckham. were of marked elegance. war, Judge Adams, then a military -
to be understood, yea there are four leDger, 'made the trip from Fort Dallasto
hands
of the and allow interest
trustees the -
things that are hard to be found out-the ,May his soul rest in peace. ,Last evening was one of those memorable Fort Jupiter and back,in forty-eight
of the fund to be devoted where it ...
of the sea-the <4 R occasions when one feels the mighty
way ship through way boon, a distance each way of. one, hundred -
will do the most good.' of a serpent over a'rock-the finding of apetit The new Washington Gas Light Com- throb of the myriad 'social! pulses of agreat milea. Jacbonmfle, Tim*.
The r jury and the action of a Florida wants to be dabbed "The United v. .
Sanford Journal, in: relation to the Legislature. pany capital ,The leading house warming .** ? TT y *-.
Agricultural,College'says: e 'regret toi'l'e.it ... :I States Gas and Fuel Company. party by Justice, Mrs. and Hiss Phyaians say it combines ,all the desld- "

stated,that, then Trustees 'of the More universally recommended, :. .Bliss gets $100 a day for his services in Woods: ; the anniversary reception at-the erarta'of every ferruginous tonic pr&

Agricultural Fund, have: 'determined'to. any proprietary medicine made. A sure the Star Route trials,and it is estimatedthat Spanish legation in honor of King Alfon scribed by every school' of medicine .

establish_an:'Agricultural' College: The and reliable tonic, Brown's Iron Bitters. | the suit will cost at least $300,000. zo, the ball by General. Beal- to,Miss- Brown's Iron Bitters. ..

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rcmjornament.
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> It fa not generally. known that theses 30.02'Z
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baitoea t a 6 2335.46 22 1 rye and obtrude impleaaaajfj,
tl ll.i.: waist pledged having.been ,.-.. place, ant UssdtBlnfatratrix .
available toeviy most 1 3025.93
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r, ....e1 loelu. ldargl thenotebade. .- peopeety far..-..... .TI e vise was doekor .ttoh when aeeess to stand t 3.'S 23.19 23 1 '38 17.75 rather long, large dratwould '
__MgN: hfa own use.. ,Tb.eticotF 1 wstkedby atvtt...under an.gruff 10 3t 19.10 26 1 .(2 18.66 look well with cool blue i
and time at abort Intervals fa Inconvenient
and 27 1 46 9.51..
> ...note ssndsi ad the priadpal 11 43 15.01
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y.. : istsert d tbe note on the day when, ... Stipulated Uaa&1D View Of in observing the time at which 13 516.83 29 1 54 1.39 : or,for choice tom'of | !
1BfY eFseie&/se ;itinr pgYsble, In ttiit 30 1 5757.30 olive
the dsnjiirs vicinity. particular star seta the 1. M 2.14 green ; chlmney-Bii
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?, aged 1 --fr..s.. t pledger. the RH&cnaD4 not the ownersbreylaurts.to any of two fixed passes different '15 68 M.M 81 2 1 53.21 : match, or perhaps ebonlsad '.. .
?lie"' -.r1-.l1. I 1o irks tbs avocet liable range objects on 16 1 2 MoM ', "
ahonUto the ornaments of Eastern china x f
* nights. It to to have the
\ and grve.up the .bonds, b.oan.e li ._ .1.--- necessary I .I ; '
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I h ahaf4s.ed.tile dPi lo.bd>> ...bootie a The mine was In a safe condition correct dock time to'abut with; after 0 Glued tiles in fireplaces.Ytlk i'jo!
; that a clock may' be kept within a Small Jokes.intend"Madder laying hearths serve a useful 0
.e-foe. pwaent,.of motherb.T.degata.tth.makeerof w.the contractor book possession aiaa \
... &bit of'Iti;tat they conducted the work negligently very few seconds of standard time for an ornamental purpose; ttfi .-\

wets .Ia. WIwJeIuiI w. Aositti. In putting op supports for the any number of Tears without any ", what fa the matter polished surface of the tiles; ':1

I! ....1 .. ddsoimnt' li.:" senora roof,'which fell In consequence. The difficulty. The sun cannot! be need with y'ur nOM! Madder- "The considerable amount of heatttjsj

.hook tks gtoemd.tW tic.tenth of the lease of the mine provided that the for this purpose for the reason that only cnanoe for an artist now work is topaint room, and makes a cheerful sj
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I petndpal and Interest of;. the noteooold'ax owner should send Ifs superintendent there are only two days in the year quickly and cheap. which both looks and feels warm;
1 with both hands and blend with mynose.
; ; to togaDy made before the without charge, to supervise,advise when,it is on the meridian of a placeat .nAn Paint upon woodwork' la .;

( not.:was.'doe and that, as tt carried and direct the precautions to be takento noon by clock time. It may be as should always be of pure and ....It

I. ..., it did not fWl doe until three make the mine safe for working, much aa fourteen and a half minutes old bachelor recently gave the colors and ""flatted toe oral :;'

t.it. ; 4Qa after the tender was rse lld The but no such supervision waa exerdeed. fast, or sixteen and a quarter minutes following toast: Women-the morning "graining" to Imitate different :,:

:. Coot of Appeals of Hew:York decided In the c Samnelaon, Admx. vs. alow on different dais; and besides, star of Infancy, the day star of of wood being :

In favor of the plaintiff. ,The Chief the Cleveland Iron Mining Companythe the determination of its altitude with manhood the evening star of age. I aa such to be entirely reprobated; II i

Judge, Andrews, said: "First..Tax plaintiff was defeated, and the any degree' of accuracy requires the Bleea our stars, and may they alwaysbe more clearly It II done the sneer; ;

x parties having treated the note.due appealed to the Supreme Court of use of special instruments, and much kept at a telescopic distance.A solute the untruth. ;;;

on the day',when by ita terms It was Michigan, which affirmed thejado skill In observation. Denver paper professes to thinkit Instead of curtains, which toe. ;

{jsvyable the right of third persona not menL Judge joley, In the opinion, To determine the: time by observation marvelous th'1t. man whose brains era forms of bedatesd renders lasavgraous

having intervened, the days of grace aid : "If the mine were in unsafe of a star, on the contrary, Is a were knocked out is living. If he and impossible .screens sji!

s mat be considered'I.. waived. Sec condition when it wee banded over matter of great ease, and no lustra- were out this way he would not only either side of the bed are a BBSS..!

''4. A banker or broker has no lien to the contractors, and this unsafe ments are necessary.1 The mode of be Hying, but would be holding some prettier and healthier subttttatt'i i

... upon securities pledged with him for condition was known to the company operation fa aa follows: Select two mportant office Screens Insure privacy, they keep ev'the <

the payment of a due ifff11 him or debt for for thepayment ageeea1Dalaaa and if In consequence of that fixed points for a range of observation. Young man don't pay the minister light if neceaaary' and arsafsBJ-;;;

of. .any other claim what- condition miner war brought thereIn If a westerly window can be chosen over$10. You will need all your currency improvement to the looks .of sjsft i

it.e it. eftr.II Ignorance of It, and waa killed, thecompany which faces any building anywhere the first time Belena pats her room. "J&.!

.granted should be held reaponalble. mora than twenty-five to thirty feet dimpled arms around your neck and It Is of the first Importance to lea).;

v:..nm'. Wojcur.- A Every man who expressly or by implication distant, we have aa good a post of observation tries to trade off twok.1 ee for a spring the furnitura and fittings of a big:
w.a &ii=are her husband an ordinary Inritea others to come upon onnet. room simply constructed and not sal;.
deslra. Drive
aa we can a '
pi-]. y note,' which he had.dis his premiaea aaramea to all who accept nail or stick a pin into the window An examining magistrate questions heavy to be easily removed for SSM|

aoont'eand when she was sued upon the Invitation the duty to warn Jamb; or, if anything more substantial a criminal and asks him what excuse .. cleansing. The carpet should'elllel"
It 'the tonkin set the defense them of danger In which cover the whole of the floor; buft'esb
by up any coming, fa wanted, fix a thin piece of he can find for the murder he has I
not bound to ''pay it. he knews of told down in the centre"of the ;
'! that she 'was or ought to know of and metal with a very small hole in it to committed. "Your honor," says' the naa
The bank claimed' that the law would which they are not aware BJ long sight through In convenient accused "my victim has often said tome and fastened with carpe .pIDI. ssHsV'I
any
lumpy that her estate was benefited toy M this mine was worked under thecontract in confidence that he wished to it can be easily taken up and .10.-..',i
place that observe
ao can the time
tha discount. In this case-the Saratoga responsibility for the care yon I die a sudden and violent death I" The rest of the floor may' be .Wait's. '
HJ1'/ and safety of the mine was upon the any star acts or sinks below the roof of III
'' Bank vs. Pruyn=the and Tarnished: and kept fregesd ;
County
contractor alone. The matter of supervialnjc the adjacent building, or whatever De humblest man in de world I
s Court of of Hew York decided rubbed with beeswax and tnrpeasssY
r Appeato the cautionary steps though may be chosen aa the more remote ain't de man dat is fixin1 to be hung, *"*.*I
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.in favor of the defendant. Judge neglected, The worked no injury to the sight Then choose some well-defined but de man what hab fist) got over a In all purchases of furniture, toast*9;i:
in the opinion, said: "Aaarried pJalDWL company owed him '
-Hacy, cannot bind herself no duty, and legal wrongs spring star, the brighter the better, and with drunk. He feels like ebety xxy Is a upon honest material little glpe'.Mgood :

emW.woman the obligation fa only from the_ne':
useful by her for the benefit of her Earth's Lowest Ltnd. observe the time it peases the range of an* when one ob his fren'a speaks of sparsely decorated apartment be tat"f j

by your sights. The exact time aa well same little happenin ob de spree, he temporary re ult. The lasting...' \
Hiiiritii estate or in the transactions With a train of fire mules and twooamPaDlooa. also u the date of this observation, bleeds 1n 1d... But he ain't entirely of these properties will pay'high tosa !I

of a trade or basins carried on by one of whom was partial should be recorded; then to find out cured. After awhile he'giaa ter feel eat and save money for otherwise Mel' I

bra- If a note fa given she will by be her bound forproperty ly familiar with the country, I climed at any subsequent time how much big agin an' forgettin' hla shame hegets speculations Be proof spirit i

purchased the summit of Cerro Oordo. At last your watch baa varied from correct drunk. Den eberybcdy seems ter padding, let cushions be indepadst, j

fcy it; .but no implication, pal we stopped upon the lofty ridge of the time observe the same star and recollect be 'gratulatin him till he gets make sure that comfort reigns wlflis !

lion or impressisfiwfllbe raised note'tint by4heBeremakingofa Telescopes, and beheld below us the that it aeta Just thrde minutes and through wid his foolishness. Oh, the arms of an 1U7-eha1r, and that fc'I

promiracy fateful valley, which lies 280 feet below 65gQtl.l8OODda earlier on any given Ise been dar.-Ar k Trmtler. ait at ease upon an 'ordinary'eksarJl snot
raised to it will toneAt -
the money the level of the sea and extends for a night than it did the preceding night ludlcronsly Impossible.FaultFinding .- aft!
To .
her baaineBi or atat L give an .
.
hundred miles northeast and south Thus hour first observation was taken ..... ;
ordinary note force and effect against wet. with a width of from thirty toforQ some night when the star set at nine Sir Christopher and the Carver. -. },,,;;i
bee evidence outside of it most be at the T.\1.j\ ;
miles from east to
west -
Upon no hours, fifteen minutes and twentythreeaeoonda
given to show that It.was made for ".i
the benefit of bar separate estate or in landscape can one look ao deeply into ; and at our second observation Philip Wood was a village carpenter 'WcrelltJ e IhlUD.1Ifni

is.course of tor separate ba DJI. the interior of the earth, for It occupiesthe taken Just one week later, who had developed uncommon skill man systematically: grewbatH. t

&".,..1OoB-- IB1rrOBY Bm- I lowest point>> of dry land on the set at eight hours, forty-esven minutes I in wood carving,and had made 80m.1trikIn,4l1u'ee I table. Life brings her nettherpsaai ;
continent, and, ao Jar aa I am informed and for theadornment of hisaveetheart's
fifty-two would
seconds we
I nor happiness threes times a day tol:
child
i UGDOL-AA! engine injured of the earth Itself. Before It house: ,a lass above himself
; us know that our watch had kept
cornet !
tyrant snarls like etkai
D old, aa aha was aosaing a railroad rank and fortune. lathe II'8wllaDd any .i j
yeaes n
lies-a long. deep, wide vast basin, Its time. If it set at eight hours, hope of imprjviag wild annual over his nod. Ikaewi.'j
track. She looked to the west
Jot trains,tot not to the east,..one of shining patches disclosing through fcr*y five minutes and fifty-two seconds his the circumstances, and thus man of this kind once,and how I jpaUst i
the distance Ita beds of soda salt and lessening disparity between them
we would know that our watch
his
wife and daughten. OneofthslaV I"
Qa railroad shops obstructed theTfaerewaa.no which he went to London, where he
borax coyer thousands of sought
or clock had lost two minutes during (
ter married In haste
9Iew. flagman at thease.lpg one day Jcssa
work In vain until his store of
and blue
acres, and shimmer and the money
week. And
for
similarly anyother her fortnnea with those of ,\k
; and no danger alarm was reduced to a eoaaaaav. I
burn in the steady blaze of light and variation. If the time at which was single guinea. The '
given:by the eqlDeer. A suit was heat which pours upon them from a it had act had been eight hours huge dome of BL Paul's was then rising lively poor man not exactly a ta*
forty-
act ahewas accustomed to Bn
brought for damages, and the company I above the same aa ;
cloudless sky. The valley's deep declension smoke of Ltndon.Philip
nine minutes and
relied tor Its detente on the oontrlbntory'negltguce fifty-two seconds Wood in, simply to have her meals In peals::s
1 the applied to the foreman for work
grows upon sense and
we should see that our wat'ch had
It la said aha made her future hnajhsif.swear .
of the child in in
becomes more marked aa the la carving the wood for the interior. -
eye
gained two minutes and .
ao on.If aiav y
not showing due owe in crossing the I that he would never make '
held Ii Bepnlf by him he haunted the
steadily upon it, and it is em- i place :
1' track. In this owe Bowling vs. phasfz-d by the swift declivity of the the location of our sights admit of day after day, and at last he attracted over his dinner and I understand ttal,,

' The Hew'York Oeatral 'and HadsonBlrerBiUroad Inclosing mountains. Drear and desolate lt.'we should select a star 93,as nearly the notice of the great Sir Christopher to-day they orb the happiest eonplsl:

c 'Company the Court it stretches its full length alongin aa possible, from the pole star, for ita himself "What have you been used ing. Reconciliation took place bifai i

ci of Appeals of Hew York decided a frame of painted mountains, apparent motion will be greater than to carving? asked the architect. The they were married,bn .they left beam

Fftijy* the company.' Judge Earl, which define, In strong and mighty that of one near the pole and.the carpenter,in the extremity of his agita the naptialbreakfat-weaUrsemstM +

,:in the P1IId: "The question lines ita aspects of terror. liability of error will be diminished.If .Ion, could only stammer outTroughs that----and now, though of cocoas sat'
i d 4M child fa to to de.pevlned Though leaving the summit visits the houenothingeocldeiet.h;.
are by>> the at 3 a suitable selection can be made ,your worship" Troughs I 1'

b7 uW jury; we cannot say, p.m. and riding steadily down descending the error need not be more than threeor said Sir Christopher; "then carve mea duce her to take a meal there. ,SIll-

as.a..tfof law, that she contributed trails night settled upon us four seconds, and it will not be specimen of your skill, a sow and woman spirit. As for the maaia tM
to her An infant fa before+ we escaped from the 1 in
injuries. canyon aceamulatln. pipIt will be something in your -poor woman Maybe y053.
I
bound to tan.that degree of care only and.reached the border of the valley. line-and bring it to me this day ayaah.mighthavathoojhofpuirshief lllll

wbla6 .aaay .to "rasaonahly expected By the brilliant moonlight we were From the fact that any given star week." The poor fellow shrank. bymeana of dlvorosandiW'do

fkoes a pee..a of hfa age,and the Jury enabled to trace the trail along the seta nearly four minutes earlier each the laughter the workmen .W&J"tom d say, butt do not assert kthoek..

a uoaidedag this mast bring in anddreumstaneas rocky washes aa we rodeos Into the night it fa evident that it will after darned to his lodging in despair,an cams from distinguished J urfrt,.tall
szamtn.all the of the
11I7..1_." night At last, worn and weary with a while begin to set daring daylight. But he had a friend in his landladywho something of this kind was sntsefsiari

,- hours of riding we reached the center Before this occurs it will be necessary advised him to take SIr Christopher but such a plea of mental IriitlK

'1kLL_EXCBAXiQB-LXABIUTT OFDSU.WBL of the valley, known aa the "Big to transfer the time to some other star, at his word and carve the bell .when only food was placed beIIi b1 '

-C. was,.sued upon three Hole," the point ef greatest depres which eefa later. Thua we .. that sow and pigs he could in the time all t .not be adianosd'fr in'etsU.
I delta which he had made to'his ownadse.Trean" the later In the n'eDlDaoar first observation ted. With hfa he other relation of liftf-that'is to 1,..
guinea
Though time and bought a
and which he also drawn exploration have fa taken,the longer the same blek of pear wood and save when at table-be waa aililaHlH'itsdt
from out the ancient by using his
&_U'l" :In the Trial Court story star majr be used. To transfer the utmost If he were only yooager.la*.
f moat of ita fearful threads this diligence finished the work In
is
still
be....defeated, but,In the Flrat Apfraltott Death's Valley and la still, and will time, of course fa very simple, you time, and took it under hfa apron to habit might to whipped out of aWaa

i Court he, judgment remain a region of dread. Indiana merely have to observe the star you the Appointed place. .Taearchitect was it 'fa, itcan" only to borne ,wHI
Tbs holder carried the ease-the Oiio: have been using note and
familiar with ita face from thyme, there'and beckoned the trembling carpenter .ar.\- ,a:: ,a
:M'-.1 Bank vs. .Cook-to the Sa- infancy; also the error and rate of variation to -:. .,. /t _
kniwita approach. Upon, -
'peas..Court of Ohio, which reversed on treachery to into and it cannot be prevailed of your watch; then, aa late aa convenient the beautiful work Sir Christophea inspecting "What are the DIM ....,f'
go beyond their
4he; .Judgment.. Judge White, in the time worn trails. To the lost emigrant the same evening, select the add: "I eogaze you, young man; attend asked a little boy who, was ,r.dh1
opinion said: "The name ef the corporation new Mar, not too near the horizon at my'holngtcalloreic the tower eU0.
it was"the valley of the shadow my office to-morrow." A fey
:of.which" Cook is the Treasurer of death.1' The observe Its time and from the data of hours after Sir Cbrisopher came tQ the "It ia when the house'DIiW fa beast
daring
prospector enter -
and whloh he declares hb prinIpalaowneve I UM flit observation calculate the In of brae ball then the ttat,
it with fear. He knows rte terrors carver again andaa'd: "Mr. Add'aon game "
appears as the..otIIae exact time of Its setting, or passing wbiahea muses over it the reply.Itwa.Mike's .
and the bleaching bones of to keep Jol11'carving and was ,
a requesta -
bill as a party to it,and parole vidaneafanot anany the range of your,sights. This fa avery \
skeleton me to give #
warn him beware. Once you ten guineas for
.adaafaatbleteaddapartyto lost within its 'embrace, and a man'sdoom simple matter and requlrae noexplanation. 1&." Then he added: -'"I (earl did ,;Zd.appeatasatt.curt
when there.
the Insfiiiiitssil; nocoits Then nee the new star
to written. Without water to you aom.lDlaaUee;but a great national within the. sad to p
__ face.. Whoever takes aa long day,
aa possible, and ,transfer to
cool ale levered frame the work is lntru ted to me,and U Is Diyf
sweltering my ply to his aanal appeal of
e.eoWbI.pspc...into a contact another,and ao on.
..ttepaa r wLo tri-1IIM.tJ j "air drives him to aceny and bewilder.nisei solemn duty to mind that no part of the the magistrate. fapatlsnty obssrl'

;...... .rAe.'"- 1 -- Md Osnfnsed'he' wanders'.without To facilitate observation and ealou- work falls into ineffldent hands. Mind "It'a so uee, Mike, your good *
II \ noatLeesd.tli .
eaaie .lie looked b foe paijij-1.. ..... Iteason. unseated, 1>>fantasy, kits.the following table from Tbaset: and attend me tomorrow." It fa apleasure nothing. "It's not aao athy to fa.**

Shi addition of "Treaa.' to o ik'a gives imagination rein to 'play tricks ....'.Pocktt Boer to inserted. to know that the young artist braggin1: ," .retorted Mike ".d .>

with judgment Beholdtng heavenat did much of the carvini of Bt Panl'a Tour :Honnemr will bony a patt"aheltoiaha
Tame doss not relieve him of personalropnaafhlHty
last in the mocking of waters of the Table showing how much earlier a and married the girl of his heart, who* an'hip ouaride'wid_J*
deriptiopersonss.
i -which." fa merely titsenlratert.sinks to die in the flame of star passes given range on each sueoeedhngnight could: not have been sorry to change makeitlnoonvaynlent foryetoBO*

: 1 L such name aa she had. that opinion., '*

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.HowSha.Told a Lie., makes people Uaa 'like dkbelleving.a cousin clutched me by the ft lie. In short,In my childish way Iroffered. had cowed him into unkindness; bob
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tI11 '" -- saying;. 'Did 'do
11 ... ., ,you. mncbai.ppsrfc Jeanne: 'd'Arc! beloved me. Only M is often they
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J. $'Xd ...fft Butb..w a tender little pressure to that? must have suffered, when she was shut ,caw, !f love'had'b d'a little met

n. THB AVTBOm os: "IOU JU.J.D'J"J the band she held, white Cherry said L.tbd' you tonentaskedCherry. .. op U her prfton 'at 'Bootn, ca'le=a .courage Jt.would have been better for

..,. aswzzsAL": proudly! : "You .never .disbelieve" us : .: y '1"Nothing .. wlhhs; deceiver-forsaken of all, and me-perhaps for him. too.

:Tbevtkre- ''traveJerkind Cousin and- .:you. never J .heed ,to I.But tell us' ; but Will thought had. yk protnised pardon'If ahewould. only ) i'We spent a peaceful, rather dull- '

wiXia. 'and .her.yonng charges. Cherry Cousin Eva, about '\the .lie" ,yon told. We were all digging our garden confer mid ''own' she.was.V:;wicked afternoon, and then 'were 'snmmcnedL

iid'BaUigsjfie.. standing on the stairCftte Was it;denying something yon had and had Just found hla. of the> curious Hotel de BourgthrouaVly mine plant,tring 7 uprootedon. the I 1 "*'1 :
done:or owing something you were WM quite Innocent, but after' "Now tea at Tommy.' house WM av

the Pisa de,,11. Puoelle, 'quit innocent of, like poor Jeanne ground., .It had been my favorite, too, thiedays of being supposed guilty, I serious thing.. grandmother

Boon: The, .narrow'gloonry littleegnareylooked 'd'Arc" Do toil 1. You know,how well but Will took It from my,garden and ceased to care whether I WM guilty 'or always ate at the table and looked at

_stilly ,narrower. and ,;like the story'" planted it in his own, where,I watched net.I seemed not toad for anything us through her spectacles; and talked
aJocaIer In the drizzle of the dull it anxiously, for I was afraid it Hints '
"What, here In this pelt of win?" they supposed I.WM capable of to nun_ a formal and'dignified manner
Noiember dty,and the ugTy pomp In I would dle." .. pulling harmless
Eva up a jessamine root asking if we had. been good children
answered Cousin she
the middle of' It, with"a' sti.l uglier to investigate from under,as her proceeded umbrella ; "'You did Jit on purpose,' Will persisted out of spite,wbat did it matter whether I had learnt our lessons well,,had

statue

    Jeanne' d'ArowM burnt hidbeen'iiiore the Cloth of Gold which.till-remain pure silliness. ,Wile are always so i i1111J. Indeed U I tell..e,1'would be dash eta She WM ,a kind,old lady, year
    \ dltftppolnteient to, the .- Didn't yon propose yesterday I easier..than the neon older than
    telling truth and
    in the the. Hotel du r and years_ we, quit.
    court.of Bourg-
    children. :Tht had enthuslas- ; tD dig it to if It had root?' -
    see got
    y come throade. "No must up a. everyday 'ay sticking it out and per. unable to understand us at all. Consequently

    tie little pilgrims,to see the spot where wait, children yon ". ,Which. ,was quite true. I.was ,ftveiy slating In.the.truthbeame more.diffi we. never, did'more thus*
    1 their favarito heroine 'died; andO more desirable.opportunity.' slTy little girl but I meant no cult. answer'her' qO.tlODB"aDd' hold oar

    II 1.E.TA'' could hardly get them to Which. ,The however,.was not long In.onml"g. harm. I wouldn't for the world have "This state. ot.things, continued till tongues.. As for teling her anything
    believe that it ties the =that the day brightened-grew harmed either Will his
    spot or Jessamine
    into of.thoe. which .Wednesday, which was our half holiday .: our troubles. especially, we'should-M-
    1 okJDC'arket place, where French one people call exquisite Fete deBt days.Martin I told him so,. bat he refused to. believe ,when my cousins went for a long soon have- >tho&dhtof confiding' in the

    a few ordinary market people were me., So did thiy all. They walk played cricket queen .
    -and truly I know nothing like ,It or, and I was or Emperor of all the Russians
    passing. :and repee 1ng, had actually stood around me and declared I must sent In to spend the afternoon'with ,.
    what it most resemblee
    been the scene of that cruel deed- sweet except peaceful contented old So a lave done it.-Nobody+ else had been in Tomw J. They were the delight of .'1 never opened my' lips all ''tea.

    that from'the vtry Identical windows Cousin Eva decided to take the age.children the garden except,indeed a dog who my lifethoee quiet Wednesdays,whenTommy time and at last she notice It. Also. *

    of these identical ,houses brutal yes to which she herself had was in the habit of burying his bones and I went mooning -about,' that, my eyee were rather red <* ;
    a
    bad watched the maid.she stood, place "' there. But they never thought of him dug In .our garden, watched oar' tad-' .This little girl looks M if she had

    the flames curling round her, clasping once seen and never 10l'lOtten-the u the sinner ; it was only of me. joles-we had a handbasln full of been crjing. I.'.hope yon, have not
    little church the called
    the rude cross which some charitable on hilltop And when I denied the thing they hem, which we kept in the arbor till made her cry Tommy'my; dear.!

    soul pushed toward her hand. Notre" Dame de Bon Seoours. were only the more angry.: th y developed into myriads of frog "Tommy WM silent. ,But I eagerly

    "Da>> you remember," Cousin Eva Is that the same w blch Alice sing "'Yon know you are telling a lie, and went hopping about everywhere. declared that Tommy had not, mad:
    about in the of 'Robert le D
    said, "how, at the last moment, the "' opera htr IM' and where. do little girls go that tell But even tadpoles. could not charm me cry. Tommy WM 'aner unklndLtern
    ble? and struck In
    retracted all the false confession of Cheny up lies' cried :Will who sometimes told me now and 1 dreaded rather than ?. J

    heresy and witchcraft which torture clear young: voice them himself but then he was aNY, longed for,my half holiday. ,' 'I am glad to hear it, Evangellne,*

    had wrung from her,and exclaimed : -Q.a&DCIJe qnltUla Nonaandle.," and it was a rule, in that family a School had been difficult enough,for sbe'alWA'l gave me my full name* .

    'Yes,, ny voices were-of God,' and Rouen is Normandy. BO of course it is terribly mistaken one, that the boys Temmy and 1 bad the same daily governess '''and I hope you too, are a good child,,

    how, when she saw the flames approaching the'same- might do anything and that the girls ; but if when we played together who is never in. mischief, and above

    her she shut her yes, must always give In to the boys. Bo he WM never to speak to me, all 'never tells lief.. If'I' were net.

    called out once'Jeeni I' dropped her Notre"Dalgne Dame protegee de Bon nw Swoon.amoon" when Will looked fiercely at me, re- what should I do? Beside his grandmother quite sure of that I could not allow-

    head upon her breast and that WM peeling 'Yon know you did It,' I would be sure to find It oat; Tommy to play with you.'

    all till they raked UP handful of "Please don't sing quite so load or almost felt as if I really had done It. and she WM a prim and rather strict "She looked me fully in, the face,.as. <

    charred bones out of the ember .and the hotel people will hear yon," said Unable to find another word I beganto old lady to whom a child who had if she saw \through and through us-: -'

    threw them into the Seine?', timid Buth and was quite relieved cry. been sent to Coventry for telling a lie which she did not being very short-.
    when thty started off. I need not lighted-yet I felt myself tremble la
    The children looked veiy grave. At 'Look here.chlldren,1 called to would be a perfect abhorrence. What '
    last they did realize the whole."I relate how extremely the children en all the rest of the children. 'Eva has could I do? Would it not be. better every limb. ,As J fox::Tommy, he Just
    j up gone and pulled up my jessamine, out to bide somewhere .
    wonder what sort of a day it away so M to escape
    admired the building all ablaze again turning. crimson: ,.to ,the vwy-
    love'y
    of mischief sllllne
    spite, or or pare into
    was, whispered Cherry; "dull and going Tommy a house at all?
    roots of his hair but he
    with but harmonious coloring "'d"no
    .brilliant
    -I don't know which and I don'tcare.
    gloomy, like today, or with a bright Indeed I almost think that some
    and the little aide chapels filled I'd forgive her if she would ing."What
    blue el ? vague thought of running and
    ,sunny y Perhaps she looked away would have appeared'Dext. .
    with innumerable,votive inscriptions: only confess, but she won't. She *
    hiding myself forever crossed
    up at it before the fire touched her. my :
    I cannot tell 'waited terror
    And perhaps he stood henjustwhere "A Marie "Graces a Marie," "Elle keeps on telling lie after lie, and we mud when I beard Will calling me. ; we in ,

    .ta,d-t.be a exance mes TCBUX," eta Curious, won't stand children that tell lies. "He and two of the others were holding one another's hands under-
    soldier
    we English
    who cried out, 'We have burnt,, a simple, almost childish, it all was, yet If we punish ,her, she'll howl, so I standing at the front door, a terrible the tablecloth. But mercifully at
    saint" touching to those who feel as Cousin propose that until she confesses we council of three like that which Die: that instant the old lady wM fetched

    'And she said Bath j1 Eva did, that to believe earnestly all send her to Coventry." to sentence to death the victims in to speak to some one, and we two
    so WAS, with 1'
    a the at,thing Is better than believing in "'It's a very nice town but I don't the Prigonl which we saw bust month children had to finish our tea alone
    quiver passing over little
    eager
    face, "a :real saint" nothing. want to go there' ..tdii ;' at which Venice. I felt not unlike a condemned "It almost choked us- me at May

    Afterward th y all sat and rested in remember, they all bunt out laughing prisoner one who had been shut rate. But M soon as .it WM over.,
    "Bat, Cousin Eva"added and and found
    Cherty Tommy I onrsetw..
    one of the prettiest resting-places I and I cried only the more. up so long that death came almost M
    "why did, she ever own to being It know for those that live and move or "I had no idea of what sending to a relief which it must often have out in the gtrden, I flung my arm:
    witch and how could she her around hia neck and told him
    say for "them that sleep "-the graveyard Coventry meant, unless it was like been to those poor souls. The three all.
    voices were not true when sue believed "And Tommy believed me. No- ." smatter ;
    on the hilltop, close behind the sending to Siberia, which I had big boys stood over me like Judges
    they were true,One way or the other whether the others did or not.
    church of Notre Dame de Bon Becours. lately been reading of or to the quick over a criminal and Tommv stood believed at last!
    she must have told ft lie. Tommy me .Tommy"
    From ,this high point thty could seethe silver mines, where condemned convicts beside them looking very sad. with me comforted
    Miss Cherry WM of an argumentative whole country for ml les and miles, were taken, and where nobody 'Little girl' said Willie In quite sympathised me,
    thought ,I was hot :so, wicked even ,
    rather than a sentimental turn. the Seine winding through it in picpicturesque ever lived more than two year a judicial to,., 'we think you have but .
    though I had told a lie not the
    She thought a good deal herself and ,
    1 carves; Rouen with its Perhaps there were quicksilver minesat been punished enough to make you -"
    I accused of
    one WM telling. Tommy-
    liked to make other people thinktoo, bridges and streets,,distinct as if a Coventry. A cold shudder of fear thoroughly ashamed of yourself. We :
    I wept with me all that I had
    over suffered
    so as to, enable her to get at the bottom map, Ity at their right hand and, i ran through me, but I was utterly. wish you to go and pity with Tommy and that
    promised
    of, things. She could never over rising out of the mass of houses"ethe. I powerlee. I could but die. M usual; but Tomn y could not poesib'y ,..though perhaps '
    It better to let the'
    look the ,slightest break, WM nlatterA
    in chain realized 1 the "Soon I discovered what punishment have unless were out of -
    y yellow sunset were frY yon you '
    rest U inch t&
    now thing
    were 'hap.
    of practical ..reasoningand U she the two spires of the cathedral and was, and, though not death Coventry. We will give you one
    had a contempt in this world it was II the church of Bt Onen. it was hard enough. Fans y,children chance more. Confess that yon pulledup pen again he would not be"afraid' of-

    for.weak. person, or ft person who "Can see the market place being treated dy after day, and all the jessamine and we will forgive Will, or anybody, but"would'" ''standt I ..
    you for me'like a man.
    told a lie. This flaw, even in her Cousin Eva? If so,poor Jeanne d'Arc, day long, just as if yon were a chairor you and tell nobody about yon and up"And did he do It?" asked Cherry, :

    favorite maid of Orleans,otherwise so when she was brought out to die, table-never taken the least noticeof you shall go and have tea with Tammy with slight incredulity in her toner

    strong and brave,WM too much for must have seen this hill, with the never answered If you spoke, never i just as if nothing had happened. "He never had the opportunity. A_

    Cherry to pass over.' church on top of it; that is, supposingthere spoken to on any r recount, never Think-you have only to say one week after this he WM suddenly sent

    "Do you think," said Cousin Eva was ft church." played with petted scolded ; completely word for to loin his parents abroad and w.

    "that it would be possible, under and absolutely Ignored. This "And if I don't say it?' never saw my friend Tommy aa
    "There might have been though
    stress of circumstances, to tell a lie to was being sent to 'Coventry,' and it U TheD,' answered Will, with a more." .f
    not this which is modern
    confer to something one had never ...." one, yon was as cruel ft punishment as could solemn and awful expression, 'I shall "But did you never,hear of him fIr :

    done Bishop Cranmer, for instance- hav..bten inflicted upon any: little girl be obliged immediately to tell every he alive still? He must be ft very
    have you forgotten, how he signed a "I wonder continued .Cherry who liked her playfellows roach asth body everything.1 old gentleman by this time."
    who WM always wondering, "if she "Very. No .doubt.a, father possibly
    recantation and then thrust into y were and was very fond of one "That _
    terrible all the
    looked up at it, and thought it hard threat more I "
    even a grandfather replied.
    the flames of them
    but
    who
    'that'uDwortby right I was never rough, ,
    formidable because of
    its -
    that Notre Dame de Bon Beoonrs vagueness,
    Cousin Eva, smiling. .
    hand And Galileo when forced I i always kind and good.
    ythe should not have succored her. Perhaps quite overcame me. To be set down Cherry blushed. "I didn't mean-
    '
    inquisition to declare the earth -This was a little Uy who lived '
    because to from the here- M ft liar or to become to be
    escape one; punished that, since he WM barely M old M '
    stood still;muttered afterward, 'B permuowr. tic English she had told a lie." next door. His parents like :mine M I know my aunt would punish you, and you are certainly not ..
    .
    si .' 'Yes yes continued were out in India-nor had he
    "And that reminds added any her eon's statementfor
    me, me on men grandmother. But I,, :want to hear: f
    "one never' knows what one may be Ruth, who WM not given to ethical brothers or sisters. He was' just m7 a wrong I had never done, or to doa more of Tommy. Is he married?" ",.

    driven to..'till .the time- comes. The. questions, "that while we alt and rest age: and younger than sty of my wrong thing and escaping punishment "I really cannot say. The last Uoa** 'n
    ,
    force of torture ''is strong. Once cousins. Bo we were the best o
    very we might hear from Cousin Eva about go back to my happy life with I bears of him WM ten'years a se.
    upon time I remember I' told lie." friends, Tommy and L His surnaae
    a
    the lie she told." I my dear Tommy who stood the tears :when he war living sontswbejBtabroad

    "Yoa.: ,told, ft .lien echoed Chewy, '"Yes, yes, :.please gay Cousin Eva I I have forgotten but I, know we inhlatyes awaiting my decision 1, Irather''thtnk InShanglMi.';
    locking with? amazement into the always called him Tommy and I He married then." '**
    WM it a big or little one? Wby ,It WM ft hard 81.ra1t-too hard for WM not .. ,
    bright,.. sweet, honest face- ot y- did you tell it? And".1t ever loved him dearly. The bitterest pang one so young. And, Will stood glarIng "I wish,"whispered- Ruth olecc::;,,'

    cheeked,'blueHyed=her ,little cousins found out?" of all this bitter time was that even at me with his remorseless eves. "I wish he would coins'bioto.,

    themselves. had 'not more Innocent Tommy went over to the eneu y. England and marry JOB." -
    "I don't quite see the difference between Well now-eay once for all, did
    eyes than. ,E'fa'acl.r and roundMabatyV big and little, my ehild. A lie "At first he had been very sorry for you pull up my JTV ?' Cousin Eva laughed:"There might: .;
    me-had tried, all through that boll ii "' .
    two1
    Is lie sometimes there 1optDlon 0i1 that question
    a though are day Saturday when my punishment "It WM too much. Suddenly, slow
    "But nobody ever tortured ?" extenuating circumstances in the reason I made mind you know. 'Bat'"ohl my'chlMreivwhen
    you began to persuade me to confess,and ly, up my to the inevitable "
    asked tendendhearted Bath,:clinging for telling It. And once told, the escape it; and when he failed-for and answered, 'Since you will you are married and have children ",

    to the tender hand which,indeed,1 question whether it is found out or how :could I"confess to what 1 had have it so-yes.'. But the instant I of your own, D.u.bert.'mj, i

    she never went far away from, 'in not does not matter. My lie WM never never done-to an action so mean bad said it I fell into such a fit of sobbing story. If ever a poor little thin&

    these alarming,"foreign' .JIUtI.'.' found out, but it grieved me all,the that I would have been ashamed even almost hysterical screamingthat looks up In'your face saying" 'I didn'tdo
    '
    same." that, .believe it I If it sobs oat,
    '' to have thought of ? then my cousins were frightened_and
    No'my little girl: the thumbscrews doing am naughty,' don't can It naughty'
    the 'rack,and the<-maiden"'belong '" "Wm it grieve you to tell me aboutit Tommy also sent me to Coventry.On ran away. Give it the benefit of the doubt"Have-,

    ,luckilyto that room in the tower ? should not like that" said the Sunday, all 'us children'-we Tommy staid, however HelOt patience, take time;' and .whatever

    where'we saw them once, and we"an Bath,softly. didn't mind grammar much in >those me into the:'quiet arbor as lilt r'he you do, don't make, it afraid. Cowardan *-

    in the'nineteenth and not th'.the fifteenth "No dear; because I have long days-walked to church together could. I felt his arms around my always"lJarJ. Of the two evil It.

    century. Still even nowadays, since forgiven myself I.WM such. ft across the fields, and Tommy always neck and his comforting WM very is lees harmful to believe a peso,

    a good 'deal ormoral.tortire can be small child, much younger. than walked. with me,chattering the whole tender,' very sweet .But it WM long Who tales' lie,-than to doubt anothe

    brought to bear open oneoeeaaionalJy, either' of yon, and unlike you I way. Now we walked in t.otallllenoe, before I. -stopped crying; and still ;ho'Is speaking the t ath." -

    I especially when. one ia only a child,MI 11M"DO.. 'parent?, only 'an 'aunt, an' for Will's eyes were upon him, and longer before anything like cheerfulness "I think ao, too," said 'Cherry,agc-

    WM then..And.I was tdedaharply- uncle and ft lot of rough cousins ,who enD I Tommy: afraid. WhateverI came into my poor little heart.' ly, ''Bemimber:pOor Jeanne 4'Aro."

    enough to, make remember it even domineered over me and made{ me said he never' .answered, ft single We played together all;the afternoon "And' "poor Cousin Era,"":added.Both

    now,alai i'feel quite sure that if.I had afraid. That was the; cause. The word.' veiy affectionately, but In a rather ,klaslng: the'sellbdoied''hand. ;

    been Jeanne d'Aro I mould vary likely aura way to make a child. untruthful ""Then I felt aa If the"whole world melancholy sort of..way M if w.had And, so. .tatheavling'.ta-IHgijl., .;:

    have dona exactly.she did,. .AV* is'to make"it 'afraid. I remember as 'were against me-as if it werr'nonae something on our:.minda to which we- three' rose up'together, :and*,waatdoSrn ",

    'I learned what I have tried,to:pot in If U..1rijelter 7, 'the' shudder ofterror trying to be good,"or telling the truth; IDner.mad.u.all" reference.JI 'the liuXfrom. Notre DasaxW. ;'

    practice ever slusa that nothln that came over me when my since even the truth WM regarded aa I Tcmmy WM a. timid boy and Will BonBeoounV' !'r -

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    THE" _Ffet,RI DA- 'STARTPCBLISnSD :, :-: ::"lDtm: g8htp Canals. CONSUMPTION'CURED DE' 3ATY''MERCHANTS': ; CASH CASH CA
    from The American Immbe '
    .. ftMD; :A.n.9>p phvsclan. retired from active
    Vz*< 'THUB&DAY- The'largestdredgiaginachineever:: constructed practioe;M :I4 had placed urt his lianas LINE, : Y'

    f; __;;,*.f.'J,7i.-v,. oM ..&.T" **-ti -'- J'r ash soon,(US' launched .from bran East India Missionary the formula '!
    .Zttwwilfe' >a-4 .'..,. FloridaE. Petty's'Island, near Philadelphia, for the of a simple 'vegetable remedy for the 5 iio lmL! D..1 L i: .*
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    10{ :- '; -/-i and' cure of' Consumption .
    Panama Cin 1 Comp.ny/ is one ofthree speedy permanent CarryhiffUie I. S. 11211.
    B,:WAGER, to besupplied.tbe n cod Bronchitis, Catarrh, Asthma, and : AT THI:
    agate. all Throat and Lung"affections, also a
    eI ; -- "" '" -wheel Steamers.
    I*. ._.., ?*.*. IMrfallfeF? .v 9 ;.a..PpblJ.her.i.Zt.A ,,. *mpunlxng; tq 1-1ert. I19( ,A00. ;.P'tb_4'o e positive and radical cure for General Debility Elegant Sid ,

    -Terms: ; $1.50 per Annum In advan now near completion is 100 feet long, and all, nervous complaints,, after ..REG ULAJLILi1L
    ce60feej and all the having thoroughly tested its wonderful .
    12 When
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    wide deep. '
    ,.A 8Qtr1=a t!one tneb in! 13 .] 1'
    pace ;*." curative > in thousands sit cases, .GEO.31.BIRD.Capt.(, J.McrcIcr. t-Y Y
    make a column.: is'in it will contain 350 rppwers
    machinery place feels it is his duty to make it known 'to STORE .
    Aidrertiaementx unaccompanied "by the II.It; PLANT ,Capt..1.W. Fitzgeral-T.
    IUSHvlUnotteeQtffattention.,Y .'; _, tons of. iron Pn each.of.th. three'mon his fellows;' The recipe; with full particulars .
    .gor1 Vertisijig rates enquire of"the Editorahrajra ster'dredges there will be eight separate directions for preparation and use; .\.'iIT.Capt;C'U. Brock. ,

    encloainga three cent etamp. engines,the pair of high pressure engines and all necessary advice and: instructions One of the aborc-named >steamers will leave TITCILLF. : ELiOR
    'for"successful treatment your own De 1lUyvharf,toot of Lnum iitreet.(tally e. '. .
    .THE trustees of the .Agricultural ColIegeTmid'metatTallhasseetbnrthe which I> run the dredge being 250, honepower home, will be sent you by return .mail, cept}'ORO.unLln\.nt.EIPPJ5E:: p'in.and fur j'.1.L\1'K.1 4U Intermetl1atlandiu.s. ::i-\X." ,

    '1st each.. Jw free of charge, by: addressing! with, stampor s-!

    .,. inst. They' have deferred their final The dredges are of a new patent, and stamped self-addresed envelope. KO3A,Capt!J.L..tmaaeen.FEEDEPICK o
    for location 'however toHKeSlrtirlst wort with a series of buckets on an end- Dr M. E. Cass, ,
    meeting: 201 York street City N. J. f EJLtIY,Capt.Leo. A'ogel.' .. .
    Jersey ; J .
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    :,:for,further inducements.Should less chain. There are eighteen of the A'
    6TMention this paper.Brooklyn \\"ELAK.Captain J.S;Ilattheson.Onc ... .
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    lotion backets to each machine :whieh t|
    no suitable be'offer ed to, or accepted can lug r '
    and dispose d1G2Qcubic..ardsl of dirt N. Y. excited and of the above-nameil t'nJl1cnJ111 The Oldest and Mot Reliable C
    by.'the Doard;':the question naturally I. ; people are leave vestry wharf foot of Luora. street .. H |
    :arises,what shall,be done'with the in an hour, or a combined capacity per indignant at the caricature of Dr. Tal- daily ex:cent Saturday 4:O p. iu. ami from t! ; ti
    S., F.and \\.X.\UwiY1II'har( at'5 nufor
    fund 1*"Some of our contemporaries hare hour for the three dredges of 4SGO .cubic mage,'made( up by John Housbn, the actor I'alatkaSanfordEuterprtae. and all p.intermBate -' 11 r si. x E s s ,
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    suggested 'that .it' i bedivided' betweenthe yards., Thus, in ,four months, working in his play of "The .Svr crer." Members ( landings. f"",,I'' ..
    I Connects nt Palatka with Florida Southern ..
    .East. and West Florida. Seminaries -! twelve hours a day; they could dig out of the Doctor's Church tore down., railroad for Ualueiviile and Oeala. (*!:lisk;:]
    Indian
    end'each trafnfaun ,390,000 cubic feeder a canal eighty the play-actor's Connects o.t'.btor with Johns and Lake on River, Dealing: la Sl
    to an agricultural posters._ __ Kustis iUrond for Fort)II on. Valahu. Lees .
    department.. This theory wvald'seem 1 feet wide,"twelve feet deep, atd fifty burg and all points ou the Upper OCla waha. sH4i1

    to conflict with the a t.of Congress, thetangaagebthrhidifii miles i.'on A. After the dirtis: scooped up THE WEEKLY'NEWS luoml Connects and Daytona.at Volusla ',with;: conches- 'for Or. Gen l al-Ierchandi f ?,.i .

    .IoUdt' '...;.. ,inthe, buckets Js runjipi, ,long ,arm, will be issued by the. Connects at Sanford with South Florida Kail- ,
    -- The interest shall be inviolably 'apportioned of the dredger fifteen or twenty feet be- Altemonte road for Longwood, Orlando,Maitland Klssimmce, Apopkn and City.with None lint }, ak Y
    to the maintenance of 'at least; low. The.hopper is made of. iron, andweighs I Cincinnati Hews PnMisMni Co. J ledge pteamers and for Indian Lake lUvcr.Jessup suit Lake and Hock- ttrirtly Jtrt +lw goo.h'Hff1j

    one college where the leading object shall five and one.half ton*. I Connects at Enterprise with coaches for > ; r .

    be, without excluding ot1l scientific and ,From the hopper: the dirt is forced by The First Week January. Daytona Returning and Mall Xeie steamers Smyrna and leave Titnsvllle.Kitterprlscevery bought awl ;.ula I\t tlu $tall.. '7i
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    + fla nrfll studies s. and including'. :military PJJ'Mncry.into and through a huge pipe morning nt 7 and Siuiford at 7 So a. ni., 'rYZ
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    and 9
    a m. making close connections with
    tactics, to teach such branches(of leaning three feet in diameter and 150 feet long, s.,F.and W. Railway for all points \ort L' m
    It will be a Democratic Paper, devotedto East and Vest.6TThrougb :; .
    its a
    as are related to agriculture and themechanic to place of deposit. The pipe has a ;.. ,.. 0 t ..
    Politics News )I3rk : bills of lading given to all point .
    Agriculture, .
    fall of thirteen feet and insure theeasy
    arts in such the to.
    manner as Legislature .
    The steamers of this line all first I
    and Literature and will be edited with I arc cla** -.. "
    of the States maT respedii'elypiescri passage of the dirt through it, In every respect. I.r\ '
    ;. *'-Vl tf the view of making it a desirable FamilyNewspaper. For farther Information apply at General
    in order to promte the libcrnland a heavy stream of water is constantly Ticket Office,corner Bay and Laura Street 1 Kcineml A Dollar will I buy exaetll
    practical education,of the. industrial forced through. v.ii. W..1TOX.3Itulager.
    As C.B.FEX WICK,Hen.Tass.Agent.
    classes in the several pursuits and professions Before taking the dredger to Aspinwalla a new candidate for public favor ; .

    of life." ',. number of preliminary tests will be TUB WEEKLY NEWS will cater to the L. J. CARLILE. $1.00 worth.LMtabllihed ..T:!it
    requirements of its readers. It will thoroughly ;
    tlie above act clearly shows'that' 'it made: ;and it is not' improbable that it f\a

    could not be consolidated into I the East may be first experimented on in startingthe discuss 'all live questions of the VINE AND SAMPLE! ROOMS lul"1J.. ,. ; t

    of"West Florid&"Seminary 1>y' 'establish work of digging the proposed ship day. It will give particular attention to AT THE .'t-iil'l$

    ing an agricultural'3cpartmerit in'' each canal across the Delaware and Maryland the gathering of the news. Especial care Address orders: t(, ,.
    will be taken in LUND PACKING HOUSE
    the various
    ,' P in"ub. compiling j
    ,or one of them.' \v are of the opinion i I

    that the boi,d wiU'not,tiC ii'e.' any bids The Panama Canal Construction and market reports. In the interest of the Tittisville, Florida.PIRSTGLASS The Headquarters Stofe, .

    which win, furnish .a' )larger 'or Letter Banking'Company, in' addition to the farmer a goodly space will be devoted to r
    .t 1itu+rilte'Ff
    buliduig than the"one at Eau'Gallie, and building of the dredgers, have a contract t agriculture. General literature and various BAR, !

    the land on the coast region at'or with the Panama Canal Company to dig matters fitted for the family circle ,Opened for the Seasorjt.' '
    Choice
    will LiQnorn Wines! and Gi!
    comprise an important rs.if .
    near Eau Gallic would be less apt to be out ten miles of the canal, for which they departmentof : '
    the ISm n who is interested in 'hi:1.'Wi!
    and it will
    be the,
    visited by frost than those locations nearer they are to be paid 2000000. paper, purposeof Beer always on draught.; C ;
    ...'" the management to so edit and publish welfare will he plt'L'CJ'to know tBatl i
    the of State. ,
    center the .....,. .;, Consequently. I The, firm of Ilobt. IL JI.a'Co.., Atlanta TIIE WEEKLY NEWS as to commend it to LUMBEJl ,
    for an.ezperimental garden for the ANDREW GIBSON Ji
    experimenting : Ga., dealers in carriages, harness and make it a welcome visitor in every ,
    of tropical and semitropicalfruits and leather, made an assignment on. the household. Will be furnished to order on short notice Keep the finest oysters to be found itfAJfl
    ; it seems that the fu.1heisouth, the 't
    gated 29th ult., for the benefit of their credi TIIE WEEKLY NEWS will be a large at $18.00 per thosand. Dressed lumber Tutu+rlile, '
    college.was the more,yueees fully 1f-1
    such an experimental garden could be tors. The creditors are heavy losers. quarto, containing sixty-four columns of from SiJO.OO: to 624.00 per thOl1 :1Ud. ) SEnVEl IX ;TTLF..TO SLIT l'r\11t.o.

    carried on. The'lands adjoining the saltwater :The house has been in existence for, forty reading matter, printed on a fine articleof I --' "

    years.. calendared paper. y. LUMBER & SHINGLES Plain and Fancy Cake made to order,,
    have always been occeeded to. receive l, 4
    less injury from frost than lands-: :The.storehouse ,and .contents of thBurlington e In order, tareach. ll.cla.. e?, it.,,,"ill.re always on hand. Ea1rt'r Baal nluays Oil lutuL !
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    I Vt, Woolen Company consisting sold at the'following low "
    bordering on fresh water. i I P. M. FISHER. Also a firstclaBarber hOl\'attached)t
    of wools and mill ;
    supplies of all
    RATES OF'SUBSCRIPTION .
    We await, to see, what disposal ourAgricultural : : '
    Board will make of the .kinds was destroyed by fire' on the 23th A single'copy,' one year, t. .$1.00 J. GIBSON 1OOO BOXES .

    fund. The college should not be a failure ult. The loss is estimated at $200,ooO.. I A club of ten copies, mailed to one post- Produce Florida Oranges, *.i.ci

    L as some of our exchanges have "said dispatch from New York. ated'the 1 office, one year V $9.00 Commission Merchant. \fibe given away Premiums, to Snt:,.

    that it would be; and our AgriculturalBoard 29th ult., announces 'the burning) of the A club o(twenty copies,. mailed to one Jacksonville Fla. scribers. For particulars address, tjj %

    ought to and ,most probably .will Piano factory of Be&r Bros. & Co., witha post-office, one year 17.00 [Late senior partner of the firm of Gibson HEiLVLD PUBLISHING (;0., .11

    exert their,utmost for the success of the loss of$60,0 with insurance for 43,- A club of thirty copies, mailed to' onpostoffice e : & Rockwell, dissolved Jan 1st Tavarea,Orange Co, Florida 4ITJMBEK I

    institution There ale quite a, numberof 000, and also the d .truction' by fire of one year, 24.00 1SS3.] }

    ,branches of: ,industry which when Hazelton Bros. piano factory, with dam A club of.forty copies, mailed to one Respectfully solicits consign- |

    taught.. in, connection with the college in ages estimated at $30,00, fully covered: post-office, one year 30.00And meats or. Will be furnished to order on short DNitf..fJ
    -- by insurance. -
    this state wpuid mate, a success of it, larger clubs at the rate of 75 cents i ORANGES SYRUP at S1S.OO thousand.
    I where, agricultural; colleges in ,other ,Lp to the'SOth ult., no election hadbeen per copy per annum. I ', HIDES" &C. ; per 'Jp

    , States would be pronounced and decided held for United States Senator' in And in addition, THE WEEKLYNEWS : Has the largest cali order trade of any: 1 J LUMBER &; SHINGLES 4

    I failures.. Nebraska, Minnesota or Michigan.Reports will, be mailed free for one year .to any, Frut house in the State. Always on hand.. '
    .'" are again, in circulation rake.will raise club
    that person a of twenty Ketitnu made :'C. MAGRUDER '
    day(f.Sal & CO.
    TheFloridianir'elation
    to'the defeat Secretary Folger will resign before March or more annual subscribers at one pot f

    of the Convention billlayB'Ihe fate 'o f 5th, ;and goon the Supreme. Bench, in office and forward their names and address For Sale Cheap \ ORWOOD'SFast ,

    this movement did'not ni-oli'e'th question place of Justice Bradley. with the,requisite amount of
    t .. money TWO SMALL
    of Convention or no Convention' but An Austin special- 'SJ.ys'the- 'Texas*- Leg as her above table of rates PLaCES:1DJ01NING, Hack liine! |
    only the manner of of ten acres'each, at City Point
    such on In l
    calling a body islature has passed a bill to create a board Address, THE WEEKLY NEWS, dian
    into being.. ilanyof those who,voted to for equalizing and aases.ing railroadrolling L 204 and 206 Race Street, River;choice orange land and beautiful rectl
    indefinitely 'the bill are'in favor riverfront, with 500 and 150 thrifty The Most
    pwtppne stock and movable projc-rty. This CINCINNATI, OHIO. orange trees Cheapest ,,and
    small
    a
    of Convention. .dwelling and other
    a. ; 'Every Democrat who '
    ; will
    affect all
    railroads and their
    connections improvements J ROUTEToTHusvilleauUIiidiauRIvtr.
    on each. ill
    voted with the majority will vote for the operated in Texas.' :' FOR S41;:
    : Will be offered for .
    concurrent resolution now pending, passed i -- I I a short time.at a !:

    /. two yea5 ago and.this: will submit The House committee on Naval Affairs .THE bargain, both. together or.either4! place CARRVlNG THE U. S. MAIL.. '. '
    the recommends the sale of fifty acres of ,the TITUS HOUSE separate. Apply to 1
    matter to the people at the- election ,I ..- ---'r-
    next year. :'As.our: readers',, know there Brooklyn Nark Yard. \ .reservation.. j ONINDIAN A. L.IlATcn. or" GEO. CI sun, THREE trip weekly between the STV :

    .. has been considerable opposition even The bill to retire General Grant has 41 3w City Point, Fla. Joins and LXDLtN.nn-tt5. tJ?

    among Cbnventionists themselves, call .been_ reported favorably,in the House. RIVER, INJUSTICE'S CO L'RT Leaves Enterprise sty Monday;Wed-' :"jnesday \ '
    .
    ing a Convention else jn .the manner A' dispatch from Chicago; of the 2nd containing P. S. Parramore, and Friday Morning, arriving a' .

    provided ,by..the. existing Constitution.It inst., pays: The mills of the Union Iron Large Office,'Parlor, Dining Room, vs. '. }.Am.t. claimed $47.00 Titus vflle the s..uu day.Returning. 1J

    was held that to go outside of the forms and Steel Comyau'rwere,: closed to-day, Pantries, Kitchen, I. C.l"oJUer.THE I ,

    prescribed and a meeting of the directors called : Defendant is ; :
    pi so; grave.a matter .would is 16 herebnotified of :
    Leaves
    provoke bitter controversy and, perhaps. for. Tuesday, the 6th inst. The following .4. Large Airy Bedroom he the shall Institution of this suit; and unless Titusville EVERY Tuesday Thursi; i;!

    lead to trouble, while on the other hand,: persons and corporations, today, Entered Servants' Quarters,' Rice, a Justice appear of and the answer Peace,before at THusville E. II. Enterprise day,and Saturday In the morning,. arriving' aL 2

    to.follow'law. as. laid, .down.: in the up judgement against the company: Am- and all necessary outbuildings. i Brevard county, Florida on the ICth evening.-:AddressW.S.vNorw.ood '7;

    Constitution could by .possibility, .excite -! asastone, ef Cleveland,-$'&-iOXQf( Bank Cistern_ of1. ,!.oo gal..Capacity, day will be of rendered March, A., D. 1SS3, judgement. ,2M
    against him default. '.
    antagonism: .would present the of New'York:; $35,000; :American Ex- .JUxon U. by TITUSVJLLE_ FLORIDA: "".
    ; Joxts. ,
    question Convention;or no Conventionon change !\3tiOnalllink, $i0,0if0; Russell -alFURNITURE-- .. I'Jaiuli1rsttorney.. <4. wfr J.f

    its merits, with no'distracting 'd !CUi- Sage, 16,800; Second National Bant of I Titnsvllle, Fla., February 1,1SS3. -It ... C..J..' HECTOR1

    dons as to'regu.larity.or, ..irregularity to Boston; 12, OO; Union National Bank,'of r XOT1CE. -' 4 .. x !
    including Piano'and
    enter in and hazards ecesB. Now" let the New York,$ 2roo; total, 1,066,800; Billiard Table. Land, 'Office, at Gainesville,Fla. :Hardwareandui i

    concurrent resolution'be passed,as'It, 110 ,The Potomac River is now' ''open' and J The Groundsare X'OTICE January 23,18.3., } 4-. v-- .4J. '

    I doubt will be. The matter will. then the sfeainer"C6rcorah Is hereb gI\"en that the follow 'J j'l 10. -.
    go har resumed' liesr Large and Nicely Laid Out. lag named settler has filetl It -'
    i' to the people stripped of all occasion fo c.D..M.&tln Intention notice of his ;General
    trips to Mount Yem n: to make final. proof m Produce'
    opposition,'as. to formal ""We have1no o : -ALSODESIRABLE othl5 claim, and that saM proof support wUlbe:: .
    ,,o.b"cen
    elected made j .
    fears as to ..the: result:, A DemocraticState succeedWindom to before J. ,\. McCrorY', Deputy, ;
    Clerk
    in the United StatesSenafgi TOWN LOTS CIrcuit court at Titus\"iUe..FJa. } '
    Convention neXt win 011 MERCHANT
    Saturday. ,
    year adopt isa.manufacturer. at Stillwatef; : *? March 10. 1SS3 i'lz: II. Spen. ..1t
    the measure tai a Pst of its platform;and I Minnesota,and is aged about forty.years. For Business or Dwelling. Houses, and So.3f.car lack.of for City Yolnt: Th., on 'D. 'S. Melbourne,' FloritJa'-i
    : the E i Orx' \ovemtwrlotli
    18S la
    0 .
    early in $a'ConveJatiou willvassemble t or 8f.ctIon n 4
    Thirty.democratc voted for.him. 'GOOD LANDS: 6, Township .
    : ,remainder S.Ilange 3G E.
    backed bv such a'majority ofthe'nnpuIar t He tames the ... .,.
    1 -
    of his nMK
    \"ote.\Ta3 scratched up of ., i following \\itneiie3. ,to '!
    vote 'fFor GaMeniug.Terms his
    the prove -
    'M without a P atalle iri 1\tpublicm'recruit.s. ; continuous residcnee and '11s

    history of Fri_ l& ;itis LJ ourjbeiief and I "Six Easy, to 'Responsible' C cultivation L. Faber.ofsaid land,\1z:G:W upon Holmes iCttt Narltt All tirt ililr. ;""
    tidndreu' Gear
    of '
    the Floridian. will be an earnest ad0C8tef : cars aboutrthreo boles ;, i .Parties.f .- .. Wilson 01 City Point'Chester.Fla. and .Albert L'.einituu+ s oD aro ut., .,.-Ie'..
    :''"SV: : r. ... ,of cotton ands small were"Burne3Jhrt ., ,
    bridge
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    j. Vt, .,..."S"1.O". ,\ ...... a1t, ,. Friday,'four miles above Terry,Miss. Apply or address ? .' ster.. ;., '

    : ItisesluuatidtluttheiceIi veitalo ilg 'he' cotton' caught frcraf MRS. M. E. TITCS AGENTS FARI1EIt;;' .
    .. the'burningx ,, sad F1ItElt3'SO !
    the godson will be nearly,< >ri& ;.ti >6ds by"the side bfjhe tract: *' c Sgoo ka & rb e; C A ... tsotnlrn ,Ig... }
    ? Tituaville a-Ia : .
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    ;:.....-,. ..,....... .--NEW.AIVEBTIftRM KNTd. MISCELLANEOUS. MISCELLANEOUS. .
    ''' .
    Tallahassee feels proud 0 offer her
    fox Mreet caz&fjJ'i: "-, N"'* OSTBANDEB'S. -. :.. .. ROCKY POINT: HOUSE CARPETS, MATTING, OIL CLOTH,

    The State Medial A twfrlann: convened' IT. ... utATT. .UME .STEAMERS! (Between Titnsville and Bockledge.)

    at The Jacksonville Florida Southern en the'd Bailroad fait; Is-DOW (INDIAN Blues FLORIDA. Oil Frie&ti and lie Panic tally Window Shades/'Dry Goods, %


    being wireyed!' m Gain "Tflle'to 'LateC The Fist Light-Draft' ) 'Steel Hull I are invited KOHN FUECHGOTT &'BENEDICTJACKSONVILLE .
    '
    ; % I, Steamer"CINDERELLA r
    -
    ,A, JI. K i ..\-8haw> y,.od Orlando- o, Ii' intending to' give it a share of their patronage. ,

    to engage-' la.die experiment. of carp :Mrs. Wm.*H. Sharpe; FLA.Special .

    ring,. Having ample and splendid accommodations ,
    ? < -
    The.Meet enterprise i of, public, importance = for Passengers and Freight' and Proprietress. attention! paid to Order and Correspondence 'conceralng -.
    :arranged expressly for the Mall Service -
    at 0daD&0. a't2ie establishing. ) of and Navigation of this beau Goods.
    !
    STEAMER MARION
    street raflirmy.A .. tiful River, will commence .mating her

    -Madison y**" bad the goOd ,luck ,to regular ember dbovtfrom theAnt retieD Banning in connectlon with the DeBary Line. Great Inducements are offered to Dealers
    ,
    1882 between
    fifteenth Two Trip Weetly.
    secure twenty dollars ,from,, a ..marriage

    help.associatioau", TItusville and Lake Worth! Leaving Sanford for Rockledge Mondaysand Hotel and Housekeepers. .

    OapLT.Wi Lund will soon put the! (Touching at"all Intermediate Landings Thursdays. .

    steamer Arrow on the line between Jackonville .i on weeL each. and every alternate ,Leaving Rockledge Tuesdays &Fridays. We keep everything imaginable in the line of goods mentioned above.
    ; ,
    .
    sad Lake Jesup. 'f'. -14- In order to avoid disappointment to snippers, )In ordering describe your wants, limit cost of goods. and ,you will receive

    The Orlando Reporter has again been. The CINDERELLA is probably the AUfreight mutt be at Rockledge (Wilkinson's what.you order. ._
    molt perfectly safe Boat afloat. She has
    It now Bine-col
    enlarged as a : I
    appears three separate and distinct Hulls, each a wharf) Mondays and Friday. j
    umn folio. This is the third time that"it' perfect water-tight compartment itself Joe. H. Smith, Captain, II. P. Wilkinson WALTON, WHAISTN& CO.., ,' "

    has been enlarged la,a little more,dun a She has also all the modern appliancesand & Co., Agents nb 1st 6m40

    year.P. Ac,improvements of steam ,engineering J. M. Dixon -\ PLOW 6IUU%& .
    '' recently had a scare",from ,

    what thotght to be ,,small-pox but STEAMER DUCHESS
    was TITTSVTLLE, : : FLORIDA.
    np.n investigation by physicians it prow Nearly completed, will make Regular Dealer in Orange Tree and Vegetable Manure. :'':

    ed to be measles Connections with the CINDERELLLA, Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, v

    The Sanf ord Journal has been enlargedto Fancy and Toilet Articles. PREPARED EXPRESSLY for the use of the fruit and vegetable growers of

    an eight-column paper,and its name bettceeaTitusville and Smyrna. Paint Florida. It will produce a heavy, but sound and healthy growth on growing trees,
    changed from South Florida Journal to Perfumery, Dye-stu 1 ?, Oils, and will supply bearing trees with the food needed for heavy crops of fruit..
    Further in future advertisement IT WILL GIVE stock and luxuriant
    and in
    particulars nursery vegetables a growth the ,
    Varnishes&brushes,&almost
    Sanf ord Journal.. everything latter tends to give good size and quality and early maturity. .
    kept by a first-class Drag House .
    The State Institute of te&che1'8ef col- :0- Any drug, medicine or Instrument IT IS SPECIALLY RECOMMENDED FOR PINE-APPLES. :

    ored schools at Tallahassee recently was rip&..The undersigned desires it to be dis- needed by customersand

    well attended, some days as many aa six tinofly understood that this line is "not not on band, will be ordered. WALTON, WHANN & CO. .
    for a day but for all time to come"-:: By-Prescriptions carefully compounded I
    ty teachers being pre ent. that it Is put upon this Route and Riveras night or day with accuracy and dispatchby Wilmington, Del.
    The Key West Newe thin1s that if the' permanancy, Summer and Winter; competent persons. Jy3G .
    Ail Captain McLean of the tloop "Agnes" to bring you a tact of the
    Florida Ship Canal movement should and he respectfully asks the countenance

    succeed, that it would play havoc with and encovxagment: of the people to sus I W. B. MOORE, .
    tam o him in his enterprise and venture, I
    PLOW
    the future interest ef Key West. BRAND. : :
    promising on his part to do all that lies General Commission Merchant, .

    A ostapany of Harvard college..graduates in his power to make it mutually advan-' JNO. ANDERSON, of Onnoiid.Agent for East and South Florida.
    through their agent, a Mr.Luck, are tageous to all parties concerned. AND DEALERGroceries IN .

    prospecting for settlement in, Florida. 22tf W. A.,L. OSTRA\DER., .In..u....y11Lae.tpiesYtW.ayiW :
    They to form a stock company.Prof. and MAKE HENS AY Hone and CaUllPod.n sold hers ar.worth.
    propose tea trub. He that .rld n'i
    1&71 Condition
    5DCts. DnlJt! 50 CIs. (Orly! 50 Cts. Only! w" ftwdtn v* mtwolvUlr I tDd
    Edward Fabian, of BostonMass., Yaluba. &thID win make lieu lay IIkllltlrielu's Condition tardtf.. Do...l ..gonnd
    the distinguished elocutionist has been Elegant Pew and Pocket Bible a I pint flood. 1Jo14..If71tbu..or sent bl mall torSletUr-tUmpfc L 9.JOUKW*Co..Boscu.*. j

    entertaining the citizens of Jacksonvilleand SO Cents Only.!,! Fam\ySupplies. GENERAL MERCHANDISE LEGAL..
    Tallahassee with his'fine readings and "
    This U3>y far the handsomest and best SPORTSMEN'S EMPORIUM NOTICE ,,:
    vocal music." Titnsville. : : Florida. Land Office Gainesville, FJa.1 ,
    On the 20th inst., Jefferson county:will Bible for
    vote on the question of issuing newlxmda ONE MAN'S CASH AS GOOD ASANOTHER'S NOTICE Is hereby given that the fol
    NaturalistBirds
    Taxidermist and
    the tains both the Old and New Testament lowing-named settler has filed notice of .\
    bearing per cent to'take place of AT 4 mounted with some respect his intention to make final proof In support .
    the old bonds, which'hue matured and translated out of the original tongues for Anatomy. or her claim, and that said proof will :
    beariag 8 cent. LUDDENft BATES1Southern Everything appertaining to shooting be made before A. A. Stewart Clerk circuit
    are
    per and to be found at establishment
    fishing my court at Titusville Fla.
    ,
    with all the former translations on Satorday'March
    The City of Jacksonville, the new diligently Music House and at reasonable rates. 10, 18S3, viz: Francis Sanders nee .

    steamer of the DeBary line has three compared and revised.It Only House In America SellingPianos Also dealer In the Celebrated Lion Francis Wallar, City Point. Fla.. lid. 1
    decks and is allowed to 275 brand of Asbestos paint in all colors No. 3824 for theN E 4 of S W | of Section
    carry plSenLer1gt.h I has a beautiful cloth cover hand- ready for use. The best and cheapest 3,Township 24 S, Range 36 E. *.
    ,
    gers. over .all, M9 feet, and paint ever introduced for House or Boat She names the following witnesses to ;

    breadth of beam 52 feet. !!O.1lelylettel'ro in gold on side and also oaaM use. Oil stoves In great variety, suitable prove her continuous residence upon and .;
    for family or boat use. cultivation of said land viz: Wm. H. ;
    The United States Circuit and District Sharpe and C. L. Faber. of City Point. !
    Courts convened at Tallahassee on Mon on back, red edges and printed in clear LINSEED OIL WARRANTED PURE. and M.E. English and Robert Morrow ;

    day the 5th inst. During the session the type containing altogether one thousandone Pratt's Celebrated Astral Oil always in of 40 Titusville St Fla.L.A.BABXES,Register. ,..
    parties in Middle Florida charged with :

    violations election laws will be tried. hundred and thirty four pages. STOCK.Triple NOTICE OF FINAL PROOF.

    plated "Table" ware from the Land Office at Gainesville, Fla.1 '
    The Court of the State has ;
    Supreme Bibles no better are sold for twice aud & Organs House of Holmes, Booth& Harden. Dec. 22. 1882./ :
    decided that under t present Constitu- Lanterns Razors, Combs, hick NacksIn NOTICE Is hereby given that the fol 1
    tion cities have s* right to collect taxes. even three times the money we ask for On the One Price System. endless variety. lowing-named settler has filed notice ot .
    The defects of Constitution to his intention to make final proof in sup-
    be found radical. seem this little rem."AAandsome. One Uniform Price to All And That Tie Cigars,Tobaccos Pipesand ; port of his claim and that said proof will ,
    more :: everyday.Two ,
    gift"Sunday-School teachers all smokers' articles. be made before T. W. Faulkner, clerk ,
    weeks age we published an item Lowest Known.The circuit court at Miami, Fla. on Tuesday. 7;
    stating that Lake'Hamburg was being and tcholan and one sure to be prised" usual system of selling Pianos and Lager Beer Scotch &EiM Ales July 20th 1883, viz: Samuel Rhodes, of .
    I Miami, Fla,Hd 4523, for the S I of S. W ,
    drained by a subterranean passage. The EvangelkL Organs is for the dealer to charge any Sole agent for the celebrated Parkinson 4 of Section and lot \2 of Sec 22, Town- 1'!

    Lake City Btporter, however now says "The wonder is, how anything so beautiful' price either he can a fair get profit for them or the without customers'regardto Orange what Wine.want In When the other yon stores cannot In find Ti ship 54 South, Range 41 East. ;
    you
    that the earth has caved in and dammedthe interest. But we are proud to that He names the following witnesses to -i|
    can be got vp n cheap"Observer. say tusville just give R. C. S. a call and you prove his continuous residence upon and J
    outlet,.and the lake will remain whereit this has never been our method of selling.For will be sure to get suited. cultivation of said land, viz: Andrew 1
    If you want a Bible now is the time to the benefit of purchasers and to
    Barr, A.C. Richards. John Addison and
    .
    is.The send for it. One copy of the "greatest of secure them the full value of their moneywe business TilE TRADING SLOOP Charles F. Siebolt of Miami, Fla. .'I
    receptioa given by Governor and established at the outset of our L. A. BARNES ;:

    MIs. Bloxham at the Leon House, at all books" seat postpaid to any addresson twelve years since "AGNES" 39w5 Register U. S. Land Office., 'j 01)

    Tallahassee, on the 25th uft., is said, to receipt of 50 cents Only. Address, The One Price System.and CAPTAIN Me.LEAN, NOTICE. 1
    have been of the and I to this we attribute our immense and Has resumed her trips 'on the Indian
    one grandest pleas-, UNITED STATES PUBLISHING Co.
    Land Office
    prosperous trade. Selling on this square River. at Gainesville Fla., .
    -antest social events that has occurred at: 49 North Ninth Street, basis, renders it Imperative that the price January 27,1883.{ ,
    ''the Capital city for many years.A be the very lowest one that can be given. Sire CABBIES A FULL SUPPLY OP Nonce Is hereby given that the following i
    22 ly Philadelphia, Pa. We are pledged to this. We always have Groceries, Provisions, Dry Goods, -named settler has filed notice of his ;
    Kansas stock:raiser, a Mr. Willett, done it, and will always will do It. It's Intention to make final proof In supportof
    has been looking up a stock farm in this Valuable PropertyFor our creed and our practice. No other piano Boots Shoes, Hats, his claim,and that said proof will be

    State, and thinks he has found it in the and organ house deals on this prince made before. C- B. Magruder, Deputy ,1
    Sale!
    CLOTHING AUD JOBOH( { '
    County clerk, at Rockledge Fla., on 4
    vicinity of Tallahassee, so says the Econ- Thirty acres of land in the City Point pIe.Our prices in plain figures are placedon For Cash Only.The Saturday, March. 1883, vb: Jas. H., .
    omist. His purpose is to raise beef cattle Hammock. Splendid new galvanizedWire every instrument. A child.can buy as White of Brevard county on HomesteadNo.3230fortheSiofSEjNE4 .'
    low as the sharpest trader. All other for their of'3 'A
    -not such dwarfed specimens as ,we see Captain thanks the public patronage -
    Fence around twelve acres. Five houses "High prices and give dis heretofore bestowed and hopes to receive E f and S E k ofN E i of Section 13, ,n
    roaming in our:piney woods-but choice Hundred young and healthy Orange trees counts." share of their favors in the future. 46 Township 25 S,Range 3a East; '\

    breeds, such as.are found,in some of the Forty bearing trees. Beautiful River The "One Price" system saves time in He names the following witnesses to r
    Western States., ,He expresses himself as Front. Six fine and banana trading and is tbe only satisfactory way B. C WILURD prove his continuous residence upon and 'f
    acres as cane ,
    cultivation of said land via:
    to buyer and seller; for on the high price Fraaklln ,
    delighted with the. country and, he certainly land as there is in the state. Adjoiningthe and discount system, even though the DEALER IN Allen and Cass Allen of Georgian .Fla..
    could not have chosen a,better location land of the Hon. Wm. H. Sharpe. customer buys, he is not sure that he baa and C. B. Magruder and H..S,' Williams +

    for his purpose than Middle Flori Here isa for bottom prices.' General of Rockledge Fla. .
    good opportunity
    any one 41 5w, L.A..Bars '
    ,Register.
    ,da. Perhaps he had not visited, South desiring to make a good investment, as Advice to Piano and Organ Buyers.Buy ,

    Florida, Brother Hilton. the place must,be sold. Titles perfect. quick. Why Because an advancein NOTICE :
    is almost certain. Pianos and organs
    price Merchandise
    The Key.West JVncjfctys the new,con- Parties intending to purchase can make are on a boom. The demand exceeds Land Office at Gainesville' ,29 Fla.1883.' 'v '
    January / ii
    -sal Mr. Fronski,,.will,?,not .demand.. the enquiries of Dr. G. W. Holmes or Hon. the supply. AU the factories are i NOTICE Is hereby given that the follow- J
    payment of the forty cents fee on each W. H. Sharpe. For terms and, further behind orders. Dealers with cash in All orders promptly filled. ing-named settler has filed notice of his '.f
    head of cattle Cuba address A. P. Perham baud cannot get instruments as fast as intention to make final proof in support :
    shipped to hereafter particulars Quit-
    wanted. Prices of material and labor are
    City Point, : : : Florida. of his claim, and that salt proof will be .
    but in lien thereof he will only -require 'man Ga. or B C. Perham City Point Fla. advancing. The present low prices of PI- February 1st 6m 4ft made before J. A. MeCrory, Deputy ",

    that a bond be given for this fee until confer with Captain Peter Wright 'ofthe anos and Organs cannot continue and will Clerk Circuit court at TituavU e.Fla.. on ;'
    not again rule in the next ten Those MISCELLANEOUS.S. '
    the matter is fully settled between .our' fast sailing sloop "Mist" who will who buy now will save years. Large Satnrday.March: 10. 1883 via: H. Spen-' '=;1.
    money.
    cer Black of City Point. Fla., on D. S.
    Government and the Spanish ,Govern* carry parties to see the property.OYSTERS. contracts just made with Manufacturerswill RYDER. No.3G6 for the E i of N W 4 'of Smion 2

    ment The matter will soon.'be. settled, enable us to guarantee present price BOCKLEDGE, Township 24 S.Range 3d E. '..
    we are informed, and, 'there is* no' doubt until January 1st 1S32. After that we Has just received and continues to keepIn He names tbe following witnesses to .
    can promise nothing.;Delays are dangerous. stock a full and complete stock of prove his continuous residence upon and
    that the$25.500.which,have been paid in Magnificent stock now on hand. ceries, Boots & Shoes, Hats & Gro-I cultivation of said land viz G.WHolmesC. --.-
    fees to the Spanish Consul there will be J. ZELLERS, I Seven Grand Makers. Over 200 different great variety and General .'L. Faber. Geo. Chester and Albert 1

    refunded with reasonable interest. Spainis Will ship Oysters, to order by, steamer. styles now in our Beautiful warerooms. Elegant i of every description. Ask for whatever. Wilson of City Point Fla. .'
    Pianos. $200. Organs 650. .
    now pre m g'certain chums,for. settlement to all points on the Indian and St..John's. Easiest installment Terms. Sent on trial. you may want. One price to all. Canned ,41 5v L. A. BAKfEs. Register. }

    on our Government, and there is no Rivera in'shell or gallon. Every inducement that any responsible Goods of every description a specialty.HO AGENTS, Wanted- K.TATB. .......... t
    House can offer. Competition ,with the ii k.1. Bibles r
    doubt hut that ihe.j ;money" ,:collected<,on t None but bedded Oysters in large or world. Don't fail to send for our Catalogues PATENT NO PAY. wwbolcNndal' '!!t s L ____ "
    :. 'ritAl"'t ,
    cattle shipped to Cuba will form an item small orders. and fall Price Lists, 1882. Address ,

    in the final settlement Our cattle trade Will also ship Turtle to order.iS7"For PATENTS Obtained pound de.
    Wen & Bates1 Sonttera Music! House jrlce*. >>, Designs, In. .1
    and LabeL An preliminary examination* .
    with Cuba/has account .. ..
    been.depressed on 44 further particulars address SAVANNAH, GA. */ as to patentability of InTentfima. tree. Oar e!. :. ..
    of this export duty' and we-',are'glad, tlearn'that J. ;Zellers, The Gnat lYholetale Piano Organ Depot "Guide ereryirbere.for obtaining AddreU-Patents'LOUIS BAGGEE4 la sent free r-e ... == =: i1

    it will soon be abolished. tfB St. Lucie, Fla. of the South. Solicitors of Patent,Washington.D.C. .. .MIltr l'' ..t.1

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    .r '. T-, -11..sa. well kaowa'Ghlto aaaer than work and. ;dradgery. The At._itade.sedesemasby.... told, he turned outside ofthe tree and The Yellowstone Park .

    f ;r.. isle au.tebsat life cashier, "700 wcdd,contains,,berides ,bodies and Qeerttl st e.ronon.....dnary De.ea stubbornly retreated, So closedid he land of wonders and."Trrtsiji7'is

    p _jsia to tibt+.aril.. v' ,.! .19aw1' bn -,preplonjisouis sjapabje'of, 'Joy. Bon of...downfcu arise nlntd' iWaUtey pass that almost'everyone ofthe party' photographs. I have ...]

    i* .: wt -.. loepewe -. hT.. ," and- ari: .!- ... -oihiDttt- I fta! taoet, 'taat J stand slow could have touched him with their to give the slightest concept seen H-.-

    w'fo ,tksee'a Aso pie.de4>rint I thebeautifuLTJielairs As If aitars bead were sternly laid theresa: rifles. As be retreated the gentlemanwho There is nothing like) ..
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    .. Too'WInk of :stare not mod had recovered 'himself; and .
    itla7oarfaee. are as Tasr taawaeidan$ 4sby aatdlsaiM.naxkbysad-.-'. j fell The Swiss Alps
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    ? # last aigb& ...alga before ....sari ern naturaUetii seem to sdppose, Iron flat pest sailed Doobhwe d. 1 gave him_ a parting shot ia the side different to me after appear ?

    ":"' Jr' 1IP.w .!. ehatne,by whteh the tiring Gad,'so to. ..- the nAlt of which wssa very perctptl moth seeing thesn I' ,
    lay.. B sat. Mr. it vwont ** hand and but elaUc the faD al kxdlte-A stets that WOOIIII e au: part sulphur 1prlD1I'&Del' .
    : 4lv sar>bound foot ble stagger on the of the elephant,
    Bon..wtthlov ., ", ,'u4 They are literally ?
    $ Tea can't stead It, and If JOB could chords rather,which be can lengthen Ittt' alp_. patted t ..wtnle. and way the fr t symptom be had yet extent their Indescribaba' ,
    variety
    f 74Iean't". oc shorten at his sorereign will. .mlrwtac dowawatd u.e.bboned shown ,of getting the wont of It. He their laf ,
    1 tapttea altJi. '''I'ad- t.' _admitted faa that men who _: now charged at the dogs, and having regularity must be seea to be i :,
    sit Loin i,,IDi'U-a little too Beme totter,,feebly, croaaloci; toward. their Their Incrusted forms acecs.b 1 '.
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    "" : doo4wkn.eaei law of their own
    t tom[biakY.Aliul: ,.-" ihtnp bung eqaaI,'UI D: the men who .bta4esisted paw1M of old yards.. was again brought to, by. ; 'this Ins a series of huge construction.basins 1,
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    J.JIId& time he received voll. of bullets and '-t
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    regularly as
    aiei. ..XtDokhirvV Smith;,.'Ji : 4 -teppsd asby racer ddsatszed." tarred dl** displayed. as much indifference about Ia_
    .geoieasikleii sd'an'hoaest 'om;'I i When.yoa glue take to yourself no cxvwntd, ropean city, leaning over,...
    .. the matter ai: If he only received a
    l+dtm,and I stoat' want to lose yon. credit generosity unless you haredsaied.yourself frrn with load stash and lone, rRUOntboot .'shower ,of mealies. Up 'to this he I hundreds of feet in height&,' aatf' .
    to enable
    r flow',tril..., why do J'GII.dII ?" bestow the something gift. showed great"coolness*and command 1 varying in color from a" dull' '_ _' '1
    .1.m sorry to say.air.tbat It items yon Tna*.sued BOOT by hear, more cant and '- about to snow white. '
    of Another vollty al
    temper.
    ; tD..am.love for*liquor.. 1 Tam 'A titan of true moral integrity is tows ... There are high hills ofaj"
    ... -- fifteen yards distance effected a wonderful -
    Glooa IMwaD.. w> -power toUaboontoMd
    u lftfflffly just, In thing both small
    always tWrsty+ for.liquor. t. bl.ee- crystallized sulphur countless
    eiianje.Then
    That's bed very bad, bat not taw sad...,. .He makes It a matter ofOouc1eDce onee,la ghee or-tatellDfta pf hot sulphur water, that Uuo.rI i

    iS| curable. ,I.was ocs of the boys myself to attend faithfully to thesnullfef 8oiae.ddlTlB ;oS>- laKOIIlht and all commenced such terrific Jets and columns from 90 to' OAs .
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    f ?-j ....aadlgotover'it Yoa try mylOaaVaadlttilnk things and by cultivating Wba&then' AA!mast ..7111I4 to bleak des screams, and yells of rage-the brute a great sanitarian it seseas''ts"ni
    tills it into prdr.lUholdlng. kaocklig over everything he came In '(
    habit
    tt wffl work0 with principle grows a so
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    that In things of greater importance cantact with as surpass descriptionHe aiasMMresort
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    ., paled In the aksptfoal tUmt-elood' whirl It is bountifully watewWJ
    "What Is your plan;air?" .- I he acts with fidelity. A man who hi aDd surer, was now thoroughly aroused ; the clear streams that abound la fl '" :;.

    ail tell you. 'When I was a ... unfaithful in little things, cannot be Till lost to love and nrtnaoe, hope aDd firing became general and it was game Is plentiful. a-j'" .,

    '-, about Jifteen yean ago, I gut'to trusted In that which hi of greater prayer every man for himself.' Bight and $,

    ranalng around nights and dJ'I1IktttCa moment A etraw tells. which way OM-a tone! WbeatrettUbUadaadnMonrMlsBtfora fl ry,HUM loonoelaat, left he charged, the thick bush giving Except the Marshall House a i;. :

    a4:In--h'C1IDUl I began ,to look the wind blows. Bo the little acts Turn to Uxy Heart that rw-ou not bat feels; way before him like bulrushes before frame structure, there Is nephi f.l

    just sa you do now. My employer which a man almost instinctively per Crwdti fall ctirtn perish I 4Uir (her In- the wind. His course could be easily accommodation there as 'yet 'saf

    ease nice- flyy sad r>->>Miistnrfi-1 -. forces,afford a true index to his character tloetnlU))- seen by the swinging motion of the while the trails and roadways obvlsa \

    ;-rJIIII WIle laM got'Co:stop,' said he. and reveal the principle which "Stm Death tb.Boll f lire;the Bool mart eonqutr trees as he pushed by them or smashed enough and fairly- -passable. w.-:..................'i\

    Ton mast either let somebody else governs his life. Bold out to Ooi. and Clod: anaU bold thee them beneath his feet This, the first dee, there has beeDaatrADpftllll.i;

    ! AD'your drinking for' yoa, or have The oldest of the Protestant minions awtr really serious exhibition of temper on on the part of government'ask ]

    t somebody else do your work.' That in China dates from the year 18t:. I his part, caused the entire party to duns to erect signboards atthscHay';

    I i: gave..an Idea and I acted upon it, Then only six converts could be foundin draw together. They took np a position raga giving the distances sad'Is; '

    . Stopping into the nearest saloon I inTttsd all China. Today there are 2.9lisidonary Bagging a Bull Elephant.. between two rash trees, and directions to the various points. "f:3 ::

    I:' aU hands np to drink. They societies at work at 91 cen- upon an old stump about eighteen A government police is sadly anted >:<

    r.:. .IfIded with. -<.<.ity.Ipiekdoati rah stations and 511 out-stations 250odalned A correspondent of the Cape Ilmt inches high. It took ten more shotsto to prevent wanton and eavshaVJ:;

    't *RM**-V* toukhast- customer- missionaries and 71, 'or Elves the following account of an elephant f ntfh him. He made his last standat conflagrations which have sinsdeetruy */-

    ;P la the lot and asked him what he-did\ dained native clergy/.' aiynarrted shooting expedition undertakenby the foot of a large yellowwood tree ed vast bodies of valuable t tt..v:

    I. ,tor a hula(. "Ilothlag" he replied. wOmen ,fathers, 511 licensed preach four Europeans from Ch.'neigh against which the sagacious brute 'ber, and disfigures the face of aw/*
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    I I; IIJI tr araeh will yon charge week era 71 eolporteurs,90"Bible women," borhood Knysna: "The party entered leaned for support. Three times he country. There can be no doostCi

    e to do my drinking tome?" "Wot 400 churches, 18,000 enrolled communicants the forest aDd after crossing' charged ,from this tree, and as many the abundance of game 111 the IMi,|1!

    11: d'ye mean?"he asked' I explained about 75,000 adherents 20 numerous loon 'finally came npthat on times returned. Ha... now showing I saw a herd of elk on -three dlAssau] 1

    II I' to him that I had a perpetual thirst theological schools, with 231 students, of a veritable patriarch, which signs of weakness and his trumpetingbecame occasions, scattered antelope ,....1j
    unfitted 80 they followed for about an hour; but less frequent all few days and bear tracks
    and that whisky me for business higher boarding-schools tor boys, Collecting were plajsin ;

    ; ,ao I wanted. him to do my drink with 611 scholars 88 for girls, with 777 the old too gentleman's wanderings becoming his strength he made another rush for the snow. We had no difflecHy_ tt..3..,*!,1
    tortuous
    !rag for.sir "PU dolt for$5 a week scholars, 177 day-f chools for boys with and intricate the his enemies. This time he was hit procuring elk meat, and whit- av, ,!

    : an' tend," he replied. -That is, 4500 students, 82 for girls with 1300 party decided on 'taking a straight hard; he staggered trumpeted once far better the meat of the wild moaK"

    ' Jouadin whisky?" "Yes that's, students, 18 missionary hospitals aDd course through the forest toward the more, and with a tremendous yell tain sheep. It was the best mutts f|:;

    ...." "Well: ,' It's a bargain," said I< 24 dJ eDaut.. At the M iHm j Con sea. Finding traces of a numerous aank heavily to the ground and died ever tasted ; in flavor and delicts/l f'i i
    and we shook hanks on It. hook teenoe in London Dr. Legge stated herd, the spoor of these was followed in a few seconds. He had twenty think It was superior to the tassel]:,
    until
    ? : him to the store with me and.&him that at the present rate of progress,in about twelve of our canine assistants seven bullets buried In him. Welsh mutton.. Capt. Gorringe eon i

    .. down In a corner oat of sight When forty Tears more Protestant missions in the proceedings lifted up .. .. ed more than three hundred ttfsVj z

    I began to:ssal thirsty 1 took him oat,"! ought to report 26.000,000 communicants their of the voices and announced the vicinity A Human Monster. seers ; they came, princlpallr' frsa'the j

    and mads him.drink a good, big glen I and 100,000,000 adherent in the of mighty game. As a warning Pacific coast We also eaa*.I

    of whisky. Somehow, I,, felt better I middle kingdom The (American) approaching danger, such an expression Mr. Paul Bert baa lately sent to thw e across companies of men eDIIPI=,i
    of
    after seeing him drink.. Well, I had Presbyterian Publishing House at hardJ.JD feeling on their part .s editor of La Eatur from Geneva, two fishing and, shcctlnjc) and drying ai;i, ;

    to take hint oat several times that day Shanghai printed in 1890, 314,000 Bibles as the noise offalling photographs of a hnjnan; monster exhibited salting the trout or winter use, j;
    Ueee the !
    and before night he was prttty full. and Testaments, 4,673.500 pegs of crackling of brushwood there, living and aged five ;

    **y bedtime V WM.h-.lpl-.mjj drunk.I tracts, and 226,763 volumes of miscel I and the shrill and peculiar years, having been born at Turin in

    had _been oat with the boys andtaken laneous books. trumpeting* of these huge creatures 1877. It has two heads, four arms,

    1 :,him .along., They kicked at PBarEsTA3T'BELIcs.LcMdoA : was who quite had sufficient- to cause everyone and two chests, bat one abdomen and The De edJ"ror. 'Ii

    first at having such a measly Ift)1rf"CkuIp .B'Mo.peake thus of relics and relic to a safe elevation no&&J.re.dy fo Wbbthat.h.had raised himself pelvis and two legs; that Is, It Is double
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    f along, bat when I explainedthey "The above the middle of the J*
    mongers: left hand of 8 James devoted some of his idle hours body. -t!i
    thought It good Joke. My, appetite ) the Apostle la in the market, and can practicing: the art of to The fusion of the two bodies begins at We remember an amuaisg lawi' !
    for.drink was too strong for be purchased for a consideration climbing. Such the sixth rib. From due examination circumstance occurring during a'pis*}'.|i,
    as a serious view of the
    him. I hired another drinker,and he the straitlaced brotherhood who com this cue was hardly and from what has been observed in traded trial for felony In one of tilt;j
    time '
    stayed by ma three weeks. Then I"lbtbb pose the committee of the Museum necessary era however, as the previous monsters of the kind they midland counties few yean ago. tA i

    *a'throwing a glass.of whisky now'forming at Beading turn up their 4 their scampered off, leaving one of were named Xiphodyme by laodoreGeoffrey [ boy entering the court,and matof'i i
    number a Ane bull to
    emir hisshoulder,and I discharged pious muses 'at such "supentitousand matters with his tormentors._ square St Hilaire. It may be affirmed his way to the Jury-box,. handed ar.i j

    him. Well,I need'up nine able bodied ahnnunatlona" "pmtn ta of the The party then rushed that there are four lungs, two the cfflcer in attendance a note a-. I

    drtmb9I' .absolutely quench scarlet lady" the quotations are from each anxious to secure for himself forward, hearts, and two stomachs; the small dressed to one of the jury, the.afes .I

    ed my thirst; but I quenched it at letter we have seen. According to beet chance of a shot, but their ardor the intestine is double at its commencement handed it, as in duty bound, to '9is i i
    1M& I think of
    never taking a drink old but is In lordship the bench.
    n, an manuscript in the writer's possession was somewhat chilled by a sudden greater part simple. on The Jodfv i
    now. and purchased at the sale of and angry trumpeting the They are really two Individuals. first asking permission-opened it' :

    "I believe I'll k7 your plan" said great Stowe collection the Abbf Y the elethant., which always on indicates part .of The right leg obeys only the right In. read the.'communication. 'After'a-;'i

    Smith. ofB-A1nlln the reign of Henry IL that he la in the act of charging. dividual, _who alone ,feels any one solemn pause he remarked:"I ttdtk- .:

    ">>0." ..sa.the ptfrf1*. "I amore was. much favored by r
    tt will wad, It may take long principal- attraction was one of the manes uvzes on his part the left. The sensibility of half the body ant You could not now comply wkw; .

    Eta.-a: year perhaps-but yon stick .I reputed hands of St James, which huge brute tearing up :trees some, of is in exclusive rapport with the head its suggestion and it might dMa*.1!

    to it,and yonl down your appetite to had been brought over from Germany them actually nine inches in diame. of the same side. The two individuals your attention from the very seder,,i

    a.etesd esetatnty..If lea find it is ty the Empress v Jda.U1d presented ter. Two of the party Just gained were baptized doubly under the namesof case we Ire trying.1' The JarysjeiJ::

    .elosttag J'GII'" than yen can stand with crest state to the Abb.y.. Itwas friendly branch fer the purpose of a Jean and Jacques. They are equally bowed, and the Judge carefully plassl

    I'Jl tacnise your .-Iu7.". incased in solid gold, which Richard reconnoitering, when the elephant developed from physical points of the letter Between. the pages of %';i

    People who are not intimately aoqnaintedwith the First stole,and gave tbe-Abbt>> y an persecuted by the dogs, charged, view, except a slight club foot on notebook. When the c.. eoaeisdtVr; i

    Smith think he is go additional charter In eomp.n.tlontor straight' up to the tree and stood right Jacques' leg and Intellectually they about'eight or nine o'clock nlV, i

    ing to the dogs rat lightning'express the,theft. At the Reformation the under the branch where they were are much alike. Their Intelligence ia the fudge said. --There J'OGI'';'i

    speed. They:Judge so' because be is band was buried in the choir, but in standing. In this position it was considered '1 normal ; they reply, the questions of sir. lam afraid it will give you ids; !

    alwapai; '8I m In the 'company of a .October, 1786 it was found, carefully inadvisable to fire, as if death : visitors in French, Italian and GermaD' pleasure now." The Juror opeasi I
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    diIrta"oIuM worst possl- preserved,\7 die workmen engaged had not been Instantaneous the elephant I They seem to be gentle and. I and read. It,'smiled, bowed, and hajs-! ;" j
    his a. d1l OL But Smith's friends in excavation. 'The 'relic consists of might have easily caught amiable, also lively often playing together Uy left 'the box; leaving the note'behind i I

    know he ass not*drank a'drop since the left hand of a human being,'partly them. Almost immediately the ell .while lying on cushions or on which; we trust we wen gas f L ,I I

    he had that talk with his employer closed<< and the flesh is'dried-on the phant was seen coming straight toward the knees of their reputed father. It of-no great Indiscretion: nadbtv: '!

    He has. already'need up three drank- bones. Whether be the hand of the party On he 'came in good. Is said that they have nevei been 11L It was In a fsraale hand: ,' .1|

    ards; and Is looking around for a BL James or not, r it is certain' that. style and after a fashion that left little other It has double been shown in the case of M Dearest'Jim :-Mr.and Mrs Brott :j

    Lad frem 1100 up to 1500 the coffers of the doubt as to hit Intentions. There was hay monsterf, that'one may have Just eon, and have''broil**;
    an
    .: 1.1R Abby received vay substantial assistance no cover of any' kind, so ,the party other continued inflammatory fever while the neb lovely pair of ducks'you eso'f ''I

    : from its exhibition;' and, stood their ground. The elephantwas could not well; but the like think!.And theonions acrd things/k
    'The Cock-Tails Did It. apart from superstition, it might be now within less than occur with Infectious dir he !
    "". ", -** careful SOyard dis ease or staffing,and we will haft tee psaV
    ** -jCT y preserved as a memento of lance, and one of the party fired, bat these poisoning. Several cases of ding we had left from Chrhtmas. 11:., I
    Xiphodyme
    the past in the museum at the new the monsters have been
    shot failed to stop him. pot them down cW
    Invisible lemon:, A man recently Town Hall of Beading. We The mat recorded In history but few to be.ready at
    Ifs 1 down on Warren street. Be was mention that the committee, have may ter was getting rather serious; he was them have lived.-JrisA Hsu very*. of' harp, because the :Bs mast lew:'

    ,ailargeiz.dlTidaal,, and took up lots already made themselves now within eight yards making 1 arly-h7a"o'c1ocktnbl. Do lei*/

    ,of, the sidewalk,< and. a bystander obnoxious; tor.Dot exceedingly have straight tor the party. Another gen I 1. I : that nasty coart Say you are pood1.
    only
    ttasaght it the proper time to be fan.y. issued an edict forbidding the valuable they tleman who was armed with doable A novelty hi lace curtains is announced or anything. Mind. at one! T"J

    ..,,"How did you come to fall?" he collection of pictures lent by Mr. gun of powerful calibre, now find bat which consists in the p ca., aban" wait! Your, Karr:

    ..t..... "Oas -bit of lemnu.- Harcreaves be inspected on Bon- having. only very imperfest footing Uari'y of,the design rather than In
    on the stomp the I" I
    recoil &lJyth1nc special
    Yes.sir;.on a bit .of lemon," rsp1U4tareoeptlsat"Bat days, but nearly all of them were oft and he fell poshed him represents in the fabric'itsIt .
    right la
    the ,within
    enemy'sway. a border
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    see moIsmeD floral
    t having the ImhfblUon a& 'all
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    ** the fynnj mimrWen. I. design, a window th'cInpe'JY A practical mendicant Is.. molt
    rte _, though the expense is being borne His shot view and a.
    ". .who "'J'GII could?_" saTage- ty private Individuals. :'How' the though splendidly aimed, in perspective btyond. The Idea ins mleed by'one of his regular... '

    . ly roared the"eorpalent indiTidsal, as reputed hand of'St. James"'win 'fare passed, as the was afterwards ascertained, maybe new, but Is ,certainly not /, factors: Baton drawing near tD tMpoor
    through
    he'got .p' sad 'dostod .bMmself ioft may be pretty well, gaessed.' We elephant's trunk andgVnfing tIIUc. man's.asnal stand the. benevclsatiiian :

    l'W. bJ--Ojn". t 'JICIa 'slt. bear math .f Holy Bnasia;. Thack little off under- the ear' did hIm ,sees his chair,'"upoa if bbl hat..
    -Sisithrlessa.; st!W.a: /na eray once left his actual d.s .. ...Hs' was now I Many statesmen look and on the hat the following lab!:'
    '. "" j... I.. ......- pen slip, and wrote within a stride of the stamp upon upon a mon "Kind gentlemen
    and ladies
    II Ia71" Holy Reading" Ingeoektell s oontituUonal take pit
    which all _
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    Loft Bloc s. adkind Home.Goitlp. DomesticEconomy.or Many persons who have believed that

    ., f't: : 'T of food, including raw meat: .. the Methodists headed the list bared .

    'iXerAatwer.' The: creature was ,a boy' of about Ladles eoeroeIyy nelf>se the poatlbUl or POTILTBT.-Dressed poultry been In error. The Catholics, though

    t .ftrcIID a Imp.....with aJIU8 eight years of age;"and it may here ties 'of chamois leather; It 11 an excellent I which Is to be kept in cold weather having only 5670 churches and 0611.

    "-.111.1-: ..dp. be stated thai no female chUd TIM ever>< material tat decorative parPOMS. should be thoroughly cleansed, then priests, have ",174,1O' members.

    1': .8ieird above the i8DdII'JQ-robin UnglnfTo been heard of'or seen. It Is not easy n takes oolor w.u. and Is besides be wiped dry with 'a cloth and have Then are in the Methodist CIa__

    it .Rwd Waste tile nIPI a .meet?wblaa.La to"assign -a- suffldent -reason" for the o soft and pliable that it can be lour rubbed all over the inner part; 2,738,494. Tbere are 2,280.01 Baptist

    he gleaned..........wheat, fact that no females hays)never been Toy readily embroidered; in addition then it should be hung in a cool dry It will thus be seen that.then an

    'Watehtaf oft a darkyei maiden so discovered, unless we believe thatbeing to this It answers, well for designs in place. about three times as many Catholics1ae
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    aM..at.sheaves about his Awl less vigorously constituted; they dry color. ., PUDDING BATJCH.-Take two of Methodists .or 'BaptUti, and that
    cups
    '- Man gad Wrd alike are happy," been the Several yean ago paper ,curtains there Is clsee
    have unable to withstand, a' rivalry between" the
    white lump of butter the site
    lard! "darting,this Is love sugar '
    were in gnat demand in England. last two
    terrible hardships each an existence, .
    To sweet Nettle welkin Bear meThla of an egg one well-beaten egg. Stir

    ,whleh JUt.ua..1D ft. and have very soon sickened. .and died. They 'were anally in imitation these together then add a teacupfnl Taking the Church proper the Baptists .
    .'Oem doubt ttn tnenl asked her, OeedmII7 of Eastern design, and were also
    yon In this boy was '
    appearance, of boiling water ; put it In a saucepanuntil exceed: the :.Methodists in number "
    As she cased la BUcnea Ball lined with the lining being .
    At the bay EaU bflue.. repulsive; 'his feature* wen paper, U thickens ; do not let it boil; *, but reckoning all In each de.
    decorated.. An attempt
    Ad .reaper am.the hm."Dombt blunt and coarse, and their expression' differently flavor with lemon or vanilla. nomination which Is a* fair for ODe alt

    nr uC her-Mae'ejes HOeaes, brutalized and Insensible. As to his has been made to introduce them APPLE MINCK: PI> .-Tiro pounds of another the Methodists rank next to

    ore the ralMd them to my.bos. habits they were exactly those of -a I here, but hitherto not very successfully. apples pared and chopped three- the Catholics. Then are 891,458 Prsabyterlans. -

    "WIlli a timid'WUOb1q shyness. wild anlmaU: They are, of ooone much -
    I
    The Lutherans
    fourths pound of beef suet, one of cur number
    And htrmUT maiden gtaee.D cheaper than hanging of wonted materials
    Mr. H- caused minute inquiries half raisins seeded and 684,570 Christians (Disciples 'of
    wbt>> It r*and I bait to llrten rants one ;
    A*the wbiiiMiwd under breath to,be made throughout the neighboring and' as they.have a glazed surface chopped, one half sultana raisins one- Christ), 567,448, ; Congregationalists. ,
    With her head txwomlx villages to whether the Inhabitants they can be readily shaken or
    apllI my as quarter citron cut in shred,one tablespoonful 883.685; Protestant Episcopalians, .
    >'ve u itroncer.dear than dMth.* had lost children through wiped free from dost '' '
    any :
    allspice two pounds of brown 323,876; United 'Brethren In Christ
    wiatara their been carried off by the The fashionable table lamp of todayIImounted'upon
    having sugar, half-pint best brandy, a glaaa of 155.473; Reformed Church In the
    Ulore...wbat the rote LAnd beautifully painted
    .
    I were like the leaf. wolves, and if eo, whether they could wine, two teaspoonfnls of salt. United State, 154.742 ; United Evan
    Vase of spheroid form and u oftenof
    oar 1I'Y1II would grow together, recognize the human waif that had CHICKBX Sour.-In boiling chickens gelicals.144.000; Mormons, 110,377.Having .

    In ore or 8Iq1D.tler..' been recovered by means ot birth- very great value, choice porcelain for salads,etc.,the broth (water in given. the numerical. strength, {
    Brown fields or flowtrtol closes, marks or other indelible tokens., In being selected for this purpose.
    Some of the most beautiful carving which they are boiled) may be usedor of the various religions denominations
    Grew ptMsord or gray grief
    the of few days the father
    course a
    soup. When the chickens are to in North America it .will
    If love nerewhattheroMls by ladles is carried out in cedar wood. probably
    and mother of the lad were discovered. be served whole stuff and tie in a interest the reader to be
    And I wen like the lest.i Tilt l' are specially adapted for glove briefly Informed
    identified him of
    They by means certain -
    cloth. To the broth add little
    a rice
    boxes and other small articles. concerning the creeds and the
    ', If I were wbat the words are
    well defined marks about the
    And love were like the tone The table dollies are now often embroidered or add one thinly sliced onion and a distribution of the various religions

    With doable sound and single breast and shoulders, and stated that in the centre only. An initial quart of tomatoes. Boil twenty minutes throughout world. The estimated

    Delight oar lips would mingle he had been carried away by the season with salt and and
    letter is frequently selected and pepper population of the earth Is 1 343.700,000perIODL
    With kisses glad .s birds are wolves when he was about two
    years
    at within a fanciful or grotesque! figure two well-baten eggs, and serve. As to their creeds the Budd-
    That get sweet rain noon,
    of age. PICKLED CHICKEN.-Boil four chickens
    Jf I were what the words are carried out in raised dotted embrold- hlate, Bhlntos and followers Confucius
    His parents, homever, found him till tender enough for meat to fall
    Aal love were like the tone..If numbered 482,600,000; Chriatiads. ,
    most fractions and troublesome eiy.A from bones put meat in a stone j rand
    you were !.pall's lady novelty is about to be introduced ; 382 200.000; aboriginal tribes, practlo-
    And I were lord In May, fact lust a caged wild beast. Often pour over it three pints of cold fetichiam and
    for bedrooms in the shape of a draped lug other pagans 227-
    We'd throw with leaves for laGan during the night for hours together rood cider vlengar and a pint and a
    toilet table. The foundation la of 000.000; Mohammedans, 123,400,000;
    And draw for days with flowers.Till
    he would give vent to most unearthly half of the water In which the chickens
    day and night were shady ordinary wood and above the table : : Brahmlnlcal Hindoos, 12J.OOO.OOO;
    ,And night were bright like day, yells and moans, destroying the slum- I an upper ,frame is supplied with a were boiled; add spices, If preferred, I Jews 7.000,000, and the Parties, 1JOJO
    ben of his neighbors and generally' : and It will be for in two
    .f you were A.pr1l'.1ac17 .. swinging mirror. The drapery is arranged I ready use 000. As to the distribution of.ereligions
    And I were lord In May. making night hideous. On one occasion dsyi. This Is a popular Sunday evening
    a projecting shelf above the Catholics, the largest
    upon
    OalyThsB. his people chained him by the dish ; It is good for luncheon at
    body of religionists In the world
    the frame and festooned around the are
    I read a poet's tender ly; waist to a tree that stood near the hut any time: number
    glass, which is also decorated with a : greatest in Trance, having
    The printed. words seemed bright which was situated on the outskirts of NOODLE SOUP.-Add noodles to '
    80 wisely eloquent were they doable ruchlng of the material. Usually there: M. OOOOO ; 'in Austria, 27.904
    the Then rather carious beef 'after
    village. a or iny'other straining
    soap ;
    Of love's delight; paper muslin of light color la selected 308; South America 26 754,000; Italy
    Incident occurred it was a bright they will cook in fifteen or twenty
    Then heard It,wedded to strain as a background and spotted 26.648.679; Spain 18.82:5.000.and: Germany .
    moonlight night, and two wolf cube- minutes and are prepared in the fol.
    ,
    .:Most musically sweet:
    Swiss supplies the material of the 15.371,227; and an to be foundall
    The bleu.lel maaalagof the twain undoubtedly those in whose companionship lowing manner: To one egg add as
    d.n.pelyltae1f. over the world numbering In all
    Grew more complete.But he had been captured much sifted flour as it will abeorbwith
    Crytul is gaining in favor. Most 202.367.858.
    : when I turned to look on yon, his little salt roll thin
    attracted apparently by cries a ; out as as a The Protestants of various sect
    beautiful centre pieces for the lunch
    Who listened there beside, while on the prowl, came to him, and wafer, dredge very lightly with flour, come next, and predominate In the
    And met your eyes of violet ha, table are in vogue deeply cut in this
    )1.10"11I7 bride, were distinctly seen to gambol about material, and a new shape bas roll over and over into light roll, United States, which has 80000.000;
    and play with him with as much super slice from the ends shake out the '
    Then only then that song's deep heart ceded the globular. It is not unlike Germany, 25.835.568 ; Ureat Britain
    Lay beaatlral and bare. familiarity and affection as if they a crescent. trips loosely and drop into the soup ,OOOOOO; Sweden 4,318800; Russia,
    I felt the tears unbidden start considered him to be quite one of CAULIFLOWER B.A.L.DBoU one '
    4,000,000 ; Austria, 3,668,000 South
    Iridescent motherof is much ;
    pearl
    With rapture rare; themselves. They only left him on large cauliflower with two quarts of i
    America 4,000,000-aggregatingt in all
    ,
    For words tall much and mode more, the approach of morning. need now for bouque&bolder*, fan- water and one tablespoonful of salt for .
    But deepest meaning lies handles eta It Is often richly carved 1 ,629.li09. or about one-half as many
    ,
    The wolf-boy however did not half an hour. Take up and drain.
    in those clear fountains of Io'Y -Iore- as the Catholics. The Greeks have
    A woman's survive long. Accustomed to the wilds but still more frequently inlaid with When cold divide into small tufts.
    eyes. 64,000,000 in Russia, and the rest an
    Qteit. far at least halt a dozen yean captivity gold and silver. Arrange on the centre of a dish and
    Braiding is to become popular again. to be found in Turkey Austri .Oreeee
    and the change his mode of garnish with a border of strips of
    Love will let me In r and Germany
    you Bounded soutache will be used as the aggregating 70,483,000 :
    $amiu)3Llu at l.he4oar. life appeared not to agree with him, pickled beef. Pour a cupful of mayonnaise The Armenians and Abyssiniansti
    designs can be executed. in raised
    Love can shelter WIDac.e for he gradually plied away and died. dressing over the cauliflower.
    work by its nee. It Is to give number 8,000,000 respectively the ,
    beside of TOf eaiy ;
    70110" yore of beef In
    He' never .poke a word; nor did a Arrange star the pickled -
    my grave I am aweary, Eastern effects by carrying out a free Jacobites, 950,000 ; Btorlau.170.0C
    the centre. Serve .
    single ray of human intelligence ever Immediately.WHITE
    ITarrow.narrow and dreary ; design upon muslin ncrun or thin FRUIT CAKE:.-One of and Maronitas.-. 150.000.. These-aN-
    Wildly from Its. clasp I flew, shed its refining light over his poor cup all of the
    Christian'
    materials of any kind. religions of the
    bmtterand two of white
    aim to look at you. debased features. cups sugar
    Ism so white and ohlll: .- The effect Of applique work which well beaten together; one cup of civilized world, and, the total membership .

    Love will yon shrink away Showing Displeasure.., I Is given to the popular Jute and linen milk two and a half cups of flour Is 888.I .'lM. As there an

    If you will..kiss me still plushes much In use now, is pined the whites of seven eggs, two even 1,8iS,700.000'Inhabltanta of the earth ,

    Do not let me In,I pray.I CoL Ferguson cites most amusing by the great attention that. paid to spoonfuls of baking powder ; heat all and 388,349.764 of the above class of
    hate erosCd river
    Will yoa rear me7 UaelD1lh\7 Da you shiver; instance of the exaggerated importance I the effect of light and shade. Even well befon adding fruit. Take one Church number,then an 960,450,186Individuals '.

    If your arms refute to woo. which the Earl of Buchan attached without the outline embroidery in pound each of raisins figs, dates and who manifestly have a "

    Death is more kind than you. to his public censure. The gold thread which give them their blanched almonds, and one-quarter of religion of their own or their fathers
    .
    .Lave If YOU were ghost then youthful Dragon of Whig Idolatry i handsome finish the same result Is a pound of citron; cutup fine ; stir so to speak. These an the Buddhists. ,

    And were and warm the Edinburgh Review published largely effected. fruit m last with a sifting of flour over Shinto, Aborigines, Pagans Parses

    .Ah 1,might perhaps shudder will at not your bout-form; in October 1808, an article on Don Cushions for deep cane chain are It; bake slowly. Mohammedans Hindoos and Jews, ''

    I might flee before the presence Pedro Cavalloe account of the French made of tufted plush or satin, and as CURRIED CHICKEN.-Cat a chicken whose numerical strength. has been

    _... usurpations in the of the given. '
    Otto nnembodled Spain unpatriotictone an accompaniment a strip tame '
    in pieces; put the pieces in a stewpan .. .. f :
    Hash!hush 11&11 not trap, of which alarmed even those material and color Is embroidered as a 1

    Lore.I should know'twas. TOtT. Whip which had been diligently scarf for the back and finished off with OQe onion, in which you put a What Parisians Dine Upon. '.j,i
    clove. Add some white broth sufficient
    1.a lending their countenance of Bonaparte with deep fringe, which is often of -
    to cover the pieces. The chicken
    : as a means of embarrassing the rich qualltv.A Paris la no longer the gastronomic .'
    make with
    The Wolf Boy. being.eooked your sauce
    Tory ministry. This article was the for paradise that it was of old. The Parisians
    handsome ornament the par the broth Beat two pinch of puny

    work of Brougham ; and though Jeffrey lor wall consists of a small cabinet in with two yelks of ,eggs and a tablespoonful dine on the architecture of set

    One morning, many yearn ago Mr had endeavored to take the,sting carved wood, the doors of which open Of cream and thicken yxirsauce. dishes on damask linen, on the brilliancy ,:

    H-, who happened at that time to be out of the more offensive passage, it downward and ty means of movable Arrange your chicken on a of the glassware, en the flowers -.t

    a magistrate and collector of Etawah raised a tempest little less violent than that are on the table, on the :white
    form with
    supports, a writing-desk. Fro plate a border of rice. You can, .
    district, was out riding, accompanied that excited by the Chaldee manu cravats of the waiters, bat on batter
    quently the panels are either paintedor if yon like, mix the rice with the
    by two sowars, or mounted orderlies. script nearly ten years afterward."It pieces of embroidery are mounted stew. Some people prefer it at thirty cents, a pound, and on ordinary '. :

    They were passing' over, a portion:of is reeoreed that Lord Baden at upon them. wine from the wineshops round


    the road that lay In the vicinity of the his abode in CUU6'street, with the Oddly-shaped tables are much In The Religions of the World. the corner, on fish with the bones

    river Jumna, when two half grown utmost solemnltyafter having directed demand. Some of them are round painted in blatn on the fillets bi'one

    wolf cubs crossed their path,and, bellowing Us servant to open the door and' to and |lust low enough to reach lady's. A........,If taelMlTMt* lalegartta of those mysterious and ingenious artistewhose

    them more slowly came avery take a number of the JZevfei containing elbows as she sits at work, and an Heir DeaeaUaatUaal Strength. specialty u..to do"kitchen

    remarkable looking creature, the offensive article and In technlele rotatory. Othen are round in front The oM
    which shambled along on all fours In phrase toe it in the innermost and straight at the back, and are sup his the following: dustry was one named Chapellier,who

    an extraordinary uncouth fashion. : part of the lobby personally, kicked ported upon half recumbent figures. There,L probably no other topic Invented the trade of "palnteroftor* .

    This proved to be a wolf,child.. I I the book out of his house to the centre Tables of every shape are to be had for which Is so often warmly discussedIn key's feet. He had noticed that the

    Letting the other two go en their of the street, where he left it to be decoration at home, and are covered religious' circles u the numerical poulterers, had lost largely ,on st J..

    way aamole-ied,the. three men, proeeded trodden underfoot ef man and beast. with jute plush embroidered In raised strength of the various Christian toot. 'The sign by which then state

    to hunt down the human ,cub, 'He never doubted that this performance figures or simply finished off by a bodies ,In the country. One will _of a turkey, ,for instance, is betrayed ..\

    andaacoeeded,In, bringing it to bay.! would be the desth blow to the deep fringe. .. maintain that the denomination to is the Increasing paleness of H

    ,As they wished to, take tile creature entire w rk." :We have heard that Ornamental figures In terra cotta which he belongs Is larger than any the legs and'feet .Chapellier Invented "<'

    alive and were altogether unwilling Jeffrey in person happened to be passing an seen everywhere. By the introduction other. His statement will be promptly a varnish to tone up the color. His

    to hurt It In any way they found thegreatest when the "blue and yellow" like of color an Immense variety and warmly contradicted, and 3 suocesson have Invented many other a

    difflomlty In attempting to stone from a catapault was hurled'' out in effect: is gained and where only neither party will be convinced thai tricks which are the providence of -

    secure, as It fought,..bit and clawed at his feet; but the conjunction Is moderately need it is as beautiful the other Is right, and it Is certain second-class' game and fish dealer

    with extreme fierceness and perttna-" probably too apt to be true., effective that bard feelings are thus engender Oh. the meanness of some apparently

    city. Indeed, having driven it into .. Menu cards can be beautifully decorated ed. Editors not Dtreq lIently.are appealed brilliant Parisian heueeholde awful

    a corner Mr. Band one of the so God color for floors.. be gained at home. They should be in to for a statement of the real to think I of I I think perhaps, 'the-

    wars had to mount guard while the by paint, but being on the surface it three folds like miniature screens, facts In" regard to denominational painter Ziem's table la the most ...
    .
    other native proceeded to the nearest strength. It is to Dom"" Zlem hires half the dishes
    quickly wear away. Stain is much and each fold should bear a different ; partially answer I i
    village and> got a stout blanket for the better for It sinks into and becomes part floral or innblamatio device. The some of these,inquiries and ,partially : b7'the hoar and the guests are, of :

    purpose. throwing it,over its head, of the wood, and when polished with outer one,,if possible,, should have as to enlighten the general public on this coarse not allowed to teach 'them. :

    and it was by this meane that the eap-. 'wu'and turpentine'pl tector decoration the monogram of the guest topic that the idstietlcs ,contained In I The dessert Is generally, In wax, except .

    turn.was at length.effected. and disinfectant. a ,floor Is very by whose plate it Is placed. this article are given. i one plate of cheap apples>and aw

    All.the/way home; the wolf child nnsat1slactoryhave the boards dish of nuts I *
    planed : Vegetables may: be ssitnfttteallybeautiful The patient investigation elf the 1 : 11 :
    behaved like a;mad t.hIDa.1"1 down one-quarter of an Inch and covered bat ,.
    the attempt to Introduce numerical strength of the various; i I' Pa&tenul1.D'. u carpet should defer to

    and howling now piteously,and now .all.over with narrow 8I1'brwellMasoned them ae appropriate decoration for Churches of the United 8&a&e.up to general,t-effeot, .aoi, that i their:.alight I

    In a paroxysm of Impotent raga It pine planks of that table mat. and'dollies bat not proved January lit 1881, being the latest re- relief of color wIJI'. strike the eye ,.

    was however taken to Mr. H-'. th'ckner and three or four Inches In successful fruits blossoms or fancy liable statistics but
    ; I furnishes instructive at once, rather gently remind it of .
    house,but it would not be comforted, width, fitted with extremes nicety. figure are far mon suitable material for reflection and study. their existence. '




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    a for Brevard... _._ .county. $50. fur winner in Second,cl&:;. The blood is the foundation of Estate Law a s p'dl1ity-e;; 07 south Market ::;, :
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    I J :=EntaredattAe Poet Office at TtiutriUe at the'facet corrected time, barring the cf the body, and unless it is pure c.u.. JInrJl n, and re.-j>wtfuHy. olicitconsignment*%:' "'

    J'd'. .1. Seoond-CfauJfatttr.' .. .' winners of the regular prizes. end rich,good health is impossible.If ., t}11:Ill.. i-Y*
    .- .' Course to be a triangular one, on Mosquito disease has entered the system COUNTY SURVEYOR, ttir;
    :f-, LOCAL ITEMS. Lagoon, distance 15 miles. Entrance the ,r.y sirs end quick way to drive JEP'ni.htsame! to both cities tfa-1'
    :" and and &1 ) it cut to and enrich.the _\SD SOT.\ItY P U B LI C. ;
    .=Mrs/Jennie G Hall her daugh fee, $5.00 for first class?, $ 13 purify STEAMER FROM ,'A t.\tt
    &- in second class... Money must accompanythe Uood.Thcsi. ,
    Augury nomination in all c&es. Entries simple facts are well Rockledge, Florida THETROpicACHOUSnt
    ., known. "end the medical ;
    fne. close 20th and must highest
    Tuesday February
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    -$ shiping iron will restore the blood to its S. It) der, Owner & Proprietor/
    is now ripe enough, to commence p Hill, Florida. :
    1 natural condition; and also that
    !: : COMMITTEE OF ABEAXGEMEXTS: ATTORNEYATLAW.Titusvllle ok;
    all the iron hitherto
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    ,=:Ml 8.'Jones Esq. formerly editor ofew f Jackson, Daytona; made blacken the teeth, cause headache centraliykcatedatSock-
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    Titusville; E./K. Loud, Jr, New&nyrnaT.J. and are otherwise injurious. Florida ledge,in the far-famed Indian River regj: ,,j
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    ?, the spending a' ::: Falls, Oak Hill ; Robt.Leflman I ESOWN'S IRON BITTERS will thoroughly of Florida( mill POK-CK*all the advantage
    days in tom Port Orange. 1:.xG 1..SIl. ;,
    ., and quickly assimilate with M.c. Ij
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    M Thos. Falls was in town with the blood purifying and strengthening -
    H -Capt. : TO TIlE PUBLIC. it. and thus drive disease from Notary Public State at Large. newly develoju-d region of South Florist-

    15* his fine yacht.on. Tuesday. He, started The circumstances attending the removal any part of the system, and it will .tnl.tavits.lrau ti nn<1 all business: .wntru:;tc-J Take steamer from Sanford for Latt

    down the river yesterday morning. of the -Yore to Indian River City sot blacken the teeth, cause headache to uie pruuiptly attended to. 1'oiu-ett,called R
    r -"Work has just been commenced on I make a change in the editorial staff desirable or sit constipation bjunous.Saved and is positively Oflicii at his roltlciicc.Titusville miles carriage; riding. Direct nuectioiw jx l<: .

    House of Refuge Na. 5, near Mi mL_The : and net',+-ary. We have therefore Florida from the HOU.S made with steamers

    work will probably be completed about resigned. The interests of this great his Child. T\ C01VIE. Rates, $2.50 per day. '

    4 the first of Map i! of Brevardhavel close to .
    county our i;::. ljuw St..Eilanore,Md.Feb. .frntrfUt iritt* Made LU I/if Jltt.hr ..lIJ irtb.
    ' Messrs.' Jas. Stewart, K. Stewart hearts. We have been above local jealousies .sit, iS3o. "- <,
    Gears:-Upon the r conmen2atlcn and Surgeon. -
    ' and John Simmons, of Eau Gallic were ; and we hope that the Stict, undernew : of a fr.ead I tried EHOWN'SrrExs Physician PIONEER COOPERAGE i:"

    l' in town Monday. The STAB receiveda and abler auspice will come up to "n.ivc J.o$ for my as daughter a tonic,and whom re- Titusville. . Florida. Syrup Barrels $2.25. I 1
    ;
    brief call from them. the expectations of all concerned. 1 was' thoroughly convinced was -
    T.1.rj; away with Consumption. '. GKAY.Watch Gauged to order ten cents
    -The steamer Ibis arrived here on Friday MINOR S. JONES, Editor. Un.a; It three daughters by the S.I extra._ .
    tcrriLCuie, under the cfraiaeat
    t evening. "We are informed that fheia J. A. 3ICCEOEY, Associate Editor. thj-iicia&t. I was care loOt to Maker and Jeweller.ALL Honey Barrels, and Oval! Water'-
    .. tellers tint anrt .iIl" could arrest
    } to be fixed up right away. She makes the progress el the ;flseascbutic Breaker
    -W'e learn that )Ir. James Bell, a surprise,bcfoie mr daughter VTOllK. wautaTEU.SVork
    -
    my.jreat
    about six miles an hour. distingui licd naturalist of the Smith. hjJ u<.caoceboUecfCKO"Ns* or order left with 1*. I:. Water or at From %
    o- : : 2.00
    > lion tiTTEns,she began to mend Post Offlce.Tltusville or with .\. Hrudy ut IA : : Up.
    I -Mr. H. Hammon, of Lake Worth ninn Institute, contemplates visiting our tnJ now is quiie restore J to fjnner Cnuiz'will receive promptnttenUon. Will bIn e '
    f l. : A fifth c"au5hter l.cpn to: TituaUle every )Monday.t. Tanks '
    arrived here Saturday.. :Mr. Hammon beautiful river ;nu. tiwrr :;ai cf Coniun.ption. and
    ". ... .ca tlie phj-sicka: uas consulted 1Z. "ILSOS.Will and all kinds ot CoorEE U'OKK tb orner.,' .
    has gone to Jacksonville and during his te 't.icCy: s-U "Tonics were recuIcJ DU. ..
    To The Public.
    absence the Ina is hauled out the :" and when informed that J01IXSO.Y.
    on ways. The undersigned notifies the public toe cl.cr.iswr was taking Unoum'i ::,?,

    The yachts "Vole/? and "Sarah A;'' that he has a new hack running from Ti a IK-IN t..>i UrrrKas t j;.!c,uUe, responded it." that is continuo the practice of Medicine in I..aGran__*..*._.n_ __:___ : Florida___ ,
    -
    Admiral Welch and Captain started tusville to Salt Lakeland desiring can to cross accommodate each -\w.uo:: PHKJS. Titusville and vicinity, 'The riofhla Mate tal7t't'rraatl "-+
    passengers
    down the river The
    yesterday morning. way. Yours pectfully Oiliee at J. 31. Dixou's Dmpr Store.
    STAB received a pleasant call from them. Feb. S;, 553. \. C. nIY.noc"lcd \ r. o' 's I RON BITTF.RS effectually r

    We hear that the steamer Items. greatestr.iif
    will be replaced by another steamer making sc an!benefit to persons suffering CUI/faillil/i fWI;,II.., l.sII & lJI,1 atl, 'f_ ,. _
    )lr. and :Mrs. Ingnun Fletcher of Indianapolis Visiting Dentist. ,
    her first trip to Salt Lake t-morro"-. :r iu sach wasting diseases as Con-
    -of
    The steamer Marion stopped at Salt Lake Ind. were welcomeed by their tWl"j01:, liiwr Conphius, etc. Makes frequent trips to Indian River I the't,

    many friends on their arrival last Friday: Lake Worth. etc.I Merchant,.Prc1fe..ion3.1 it ttu-ine men, 1

    yesterday. Mr. Fletcher h3siited us regularly for .... .. '. O. Address.! New Smyrna Florida and the principal farmer and land :;!:\,.:'
    tXEV .. .
    -Remember that you can go to Enterprise several winters past and of course L- -- -- --- ownerorange groves juul plantations '

    'via Norwood's Hack Line for II. -\"JI.\:
    charmed with our Indian River country -.a.- c. together with a yn
    only 3.00 or from here to Jacksonville i
    An average of thirty pa, ongi-r arrivals Sl'frh.11{ Citifsf, TOVTH and Tinat'mllow : '
    via his Hack Line and DeBarLine for .
    Justice of the Peace and
    trip for the lat tWit week is what ,
    r per ADVERTISEMENTS.STEAMER \ to reach them tail other valuable .
    $9.00.The the Marion report*. Our hotel and SohU'.ultHe SlateatLarpe.Ofllcc iufntntati.n.Tlti. .

    schooner Caroline, started down boardinghouses are all full. OSCEOL.V I at the Haul-Over. < important work will be i.+>ued ju..t'
    the river on Sunday morning with load I ,
    a n* ant as the labor of collectingand
    H. Rice and
    George from 3Ias.have .
    party
    of syrup barrels from the Pioneer Cooper spread their tentIeaI' Will LeaveSA.LTLA.KIi T. JOIIASOVotarj COC'hSllt'T"1'. compiling the fact can be accomplMkd. ...
    : Ryder's: tore,
    ,, age,at LaGrange, for 3Ir; Smith at Chip- and all seem to 1* having a jolly time. : To the bu:
    Co), \ Public, stutatLal're, this will be the im'It valuable lxwky
    CicryWedne.day &
    H. S. & J. C. Williams are -hipping Saturday '
    r-For- the week ending yesterday Ti- and. that ha. vet 1 ten published ali>ut 1.M
    150 boxes of ormgeneh; week. The at 10 a. in. connecting at l
    tugyille and LaGrange shipped 321 boxes I : Justice of the Peace. Flori[ ; Price, l;. tolie.-i CI.ll.y 'ulecrip* jgg J il
    market has
    an upward tendency. Sanford and t
    Enterprise '
    of tion. rle'ffouJ.or.fdrrrtiaiiaJ
    oranges. Dummett Grove chipping
    Court char, Jim Saturday each month. \#
    195 boxes, W. B. Moore SO boxes and :3Ir. J. B. lonnc boat the "Se'f'York" with daily eteamers for LA GRANGE Florida. : "."t'-r"-'

    LaGrange ;6 boxes./ arrived on Tuesday la=t. Captain JACKSONVILLE.Returning 1Pagewithlxxoki: #.. I Page with lv $W ?.
    .
    Hendrickon who brought her rluullfronl ST. CLAIK-ABUAMS 1:' L. SrMMEuLn oJfAgent } ..
    Notice the advertisement "For Sale :State Attorney County Jmlse of .
    Jacksonville reports a rough paage. -: :- seventh Judicial Circuit. Orange county, t wanted illE""NY county, w ),'

    Cheap, on our fourth page.: These de-I .' i" Leave.* whom liberal terms \vill '.t< ,ffra. -h;
    t'i able'p1s.ces will be offered cheap for a JToticc.Thefollowingisalistofthe. St Clair Abrams & Smerliii ,

    short time only. Address Mr. A. L names of Sanford and Enterprise, ATTOUXITi-S & COCXSELLOKS AT .\'\'. CUSHING & APPLEYARD, Pubs.1r

    Hatch or Mr. Gee Chester, at City Point. the Grand and Petit Juror drawn toserve Every Tuesday and Friday at 9 a. m. ORLANDO FLA. P. O. lox 1M2.] Jacksonville, Fla. l l.1IUIVALS
    at the regular Spring Term of the ,
    F;, The sewing machine of m. GaiIor Circuit Court of Brevard County Florida, Cabin fare to Sanford or Enterprise,$3.; and Will will the cnrt-fhl In the attention to collections. .t DE1UUTUUES m'LU1, ;
    pp.ictice several
    courts of this
    was not raffled for last Saturday evening, to be holden on the 5ih day of 3Iarch, A. )eaLi and state room included, $5.; Deck I i.trictand In the Supreme Court at Talla. Leave From Entvrprl to Titusville. r

    and we are,requested to announce that it D. 183:3, t-wit : i fare, $2. J. II. SOUTH, hascc and U. Court at Jacksonville. : Friday Entt'rprt'eJlon.Jay 5 a. in.Arrive JVeUnesxlay and
    Grand Juror at Titiuvillo, JlonOijr Wt lntsJaj '
    will positively take place on Saturday ? Feb 1 Manager. LA GRANGE STORE and Friday 9 ,). w. '
    1..1
    evening of this week at the sample rooms J R Carter F W LaRocheF i Leave Titusville Tuesday ThnrxJay MM 1,:ti
    W Comstock D 31 StewartJohn Always on hand general assortment of Saturday 3 n. m. .I'
    of L J. CarliJe. Arrive at '"
    NEWSPAPER Knu-rpriso Tucsilay ThurMlay a
    J D J
    Joyner LaRncho
    G00US. anil >atnnU'y at 9 p.nu l
    Remember that you can go to Enterprise A Bolton John II sfhumon Subscription 'T'nc- I From Daytona to Tit1U\"ill\ <

    via ,Norwood's Hack I Jas. P Spratt C L Faber -STRICTLY 0\511.- Leave Daytona Tuesday Thurstlay nail Sarni- "
    Line for
    H S William, B B LaRoche The und.r-ig11l..1 having opened a lay at G p. in. ,-. ; ,>
    only $3.00 or from here to Jacksonville!M IT K Dixon D 31 3Ietzer A. Brady. Arrive at Tita.vllle Thurs lay Sutunlay and '.

    via his Hack Line and DeDary Line Chas Eolton J :F Bell NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCYWill January 1st 1SS2 1 Yl" 3G Monday Leave at Titusvllle 10 a. m. Thnrltlay Saturday and '?:

    for $9.00. Win H llai1eIhert Maths Monday 2 p.in. t
    '" be plea.-eil to receive subscriptionsto Arrive at Daytona AVednesilay Saturday and ;
    Petit Jurors : ;;
    We learn_that 16 very large whales 0. L. KEENE lIomla -at 6 a.ru. ;-
    drifted jthore on the beach :Minor S Jones Henry Watton any From Tltusvllle to Ean Gallie. .:Ii"

    Canaveral '' sea near Cape 'g I Gabriel Ginzravi" W ,,' NettlesJ Periodical or News-jvaper publkhed.0 Millinery, Fancy, Dress Goods, Leave TItnsville Tuesday and Friday at -,
    recently, between the old La- F Reed C K Cantine 5 tn.Mire
    dona wreck and the bight of the Cape. E H Covar B C Willard --- --- Notions. Laces Worsteds. fc a fine line of at,t;p.m. at Ean Gallie Tuesday a Friday ,.' I

    They are said by some to be the sperm Jas Watson R H LanierJ Save time, trouble and expense by applying KID GLOVES. at Lcavu s a.m.Eau Uallie Wedncsdav. and Saturday.trriyeatTiturvilloWe.lnesday ,.i:.;

    wbale. Some of R Dick. n N N Penny to CHAS. II. NAU3IAN _
    them
    measured 15 paces fi7 West Hay St..Cor. Laura and tut"fi
    in I hereby certifth:1t the foregoing is a day at :p.m.
    lenbtb.The true list of the names drawn as aforesaid Subscription Agent, JACKSONVILLE : : Flur;
    : public sale, before the Court Feb. 5 1SS3. A. A. ,TEW.tnt Clerk. Haulover P. O., Drcvard county, Fla. New Information of Florida

    sy House on Monday the lands of the Hotel Arrivals.at. .the. Lund House FOR SALE 192 pages new matter unto map for ISo":!. ..' '

    ; heirs and widow'' of Stephen P.Q)1lin3resulted For the week ending Feb. 7th 15-53. H. P. WILKINSON & CO. A desirable cottage, house and lot in : Send six cents to 1:.c.1.011-,Tallahassee" .

    in the tract known as the Jameson I F R te1bindrinnjch ; N 31 Sutton Titusville, also HlacksmUh, wheel wright or C. Dr ,*, Jacksonville! Fla.

    tract, being bid in by John 3L Dixon Tecunisch, 3Iich ; J II Cooper and DEALERS IS and gEneralrepairing hop at Titusville. _
    wife, :3Iinn ; G 31 Davi,, New Orleans,
    for David Jameson, 12 acres for $60; anthe' d La; A Taltaral,A De Buy, N. Y. ; G M GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Enquire at the Sr alt offiet. 24 tf iJTS

    : balance was bid in by 3Ir.Gray, for 3IaOTider, Ruckled, FIn; B B LaRoche : _

    its $1200. ,Purchasers paying for titles. R G LaRoche, Merritts -1lud. Fla ; R'l.lt'J9t : Florida ?VTaimfhc tiire. I
    N H H HoIdeitIt.. Jas : : : Florida .r-.r.. .
    On Richer, Tonics --
    last -
    bad
    Tuesday I
    we
    a friendly
    Ills; J H Smith, J ack- m ille Fla
    John
    call from ; Prompt attention to all business AMAZON PAINT .-\
    Messrs. T. P. Wallace entrusted WORKS.manufacturers '
    Harry Carey, Rochester N Y ; J Geddee Fra>er, to
    True, James CoB: and John Hudson, all New Glasgow Nova Scotia; Jas Stewart to them. actasrolicioreforpatents We continue Ilt I
    of :Marion Eau Gallie Fla J :31 m J. REP 1 E d. CO.,
    Ohio-who with Mrs. Wallace ; Samuel* Chicago caTesta, .}
    Miss. Jennie Wallace Mrs. Berkholder 111 ; Jas F Trowlcr, Phila.Pa ; J II Travis February 1st lyr 40. cf the trade-marks, copnighta, eto.for .; :
    II Travis Ohio; A B IIndS'W the United Statea,and to obtainp" 1.-::
    Mrs..True, and son Henry and Dr. Smyrna eats in Canada, England, Prance,
    R. L Fla The
    111Stewart:: JO
    ; :: ,. Lund
    Simn House
    :::: on AMAZON Germany,and all other tries. .
    ,
    Sweeny, are stopping a month at the Ean Gallic Fla ; W B :3Ioore Cit* } Wnj READI4IIED PAffiB TLirty-stsyearw'prctCe.coop ,J0

    Cottage.of Mr. Wallace, on Merrirts Is Helmuth N Y; :3Iinor? ti .lone*, fet Lucie, -r- ,. chargo for examination of models or drawAdrico '. .
    Fla H F Corner Main Street in all bade* and ready forlnttttetliate m."S. mail
    ; UADiWUfI A by
    t' land. Lako Worth, Fla Wafchlugton Ave.TitiiNvIlle free.:1
    They
    ;
    report having a good time
    Patents _
    : obtained through noticed .y
    S C pas 3Icdina S Y : ns aro ;
    J L
    3IcBride .
    and much ; i Florida. the SCIENTIFIC AMKlUCArr. which kM
    are very pleased with Indian Use.
    John M :3Iucn :
    Melbourne Fla; Thos the largest: circulation, and ia tl o mos* innaenfaal .'!j
    .-;,. River, Mr. Wallace> is very. enthudietic, Falls N Y ; Peter Fisher Aurantia Fla J'C-- and grinders ofPure newspaper of its kind pnUi>bedia the

    as to the future of the Indian llivcr country G S Hardee Rockleda-e, Fla ; T P AValPiukhanx Pleasant Location world. The avantagesofanchatoticocyer7 #
    Good '
    Table. patentee understands
    ,
    lace
    ,:-': and says'that all that is now wanted : 1hrr.rue, :lames Coffey, John White Lead, This large pplendidlviUustrttad newpaperigpablishedWEEb.LTat:3.2Oa7CZ s*
    HUlliOn, Marion Ohio j J F' ) nnellT', A cosy! home for the c
    t' is a Railroad to thelliver, to enable the Ky; San --\bbrlh, PhiIa PlI: .T .l Hil.kfe- & Colors Is admitted to be the best paper dei\K'. \
    people to get here. and the banks of the Juan Chicano, Ill; John H Carter and SPORTSMAN, INVALID, AND? TOURIST In Oil. tosdtmcemechaaitein.entianricnuear; $ ',
    '. River will-'be licecl< wife Lynchburg Va D.\. ., works, and other departments of indnstrolprojres" !i.
    Carter
    with Cottages and ; Pitt: --'- Office and Factory, rnUlshed in any countrr. Single .
    t;-.. gram groves; from TitUafille to St. burg Pa; 'J U 3Grtin and wife Yerrit3 *Sa1I.bo\t3 copies b- mail, 10 eeuts. ,&,id by'all newtX
    Lucie. Island Fb; T A Connery X Y.; n H In Xo. :G Ocean street dealers.Addrej3,3Ioaa. 1
    St Auustine Fla. A. Deisner : & Co.,pnb5shets of Scie* j}
    ;).-: .. Proprietor. I JACKSONVILLE, FLOrIDa tae American 20'1 Broarlwayew Yuri t
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    about patent moiled free..t. .
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