The Florida star
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075901/00035
 Material Information
Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: February 15, 1883
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
notis - AKR0018
lccn - sn 96027111
System ID: UF00075901:00035
 Related Items
Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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; 'who hM been openiing in Texas was ar-.:' Special Despatch to the Tines-Union; Correspondence of the Tlmes-t1D1oD. has ho taste for. society, preferring to past D. C. Jan: 81,1888L t
TATJ.ATTAHHW, Fla;February 9. Foxy THOMFBOV Fla. 20. The first public reception: of the winter
""'reoted'in:VicksbnrgMist'on the 4th Inst January her time with boob, and it is probable
! The 'Oialm''bee+awarned, therevoitnieeiits The Ship Canal BiD occupied nearly Some amusing stories are taking the that she will not long remain at the executive -by President, Arthur was 'hdd'atihe: '

, ,that' he must 'universal by aU the time, in the Senate. today Senator grand rounds about the opening of the mansion. White House on Tuesday evening.:, ;Full :

, giant' Mann;; apparently alone and single Caloosahatchee River into Lab Okeecho- I preparations' were 'made ,;forr the'.large'
, sufesge the right to hold land, and M'iesKate Field,whose loss by the cooperative -
, 'fnedoraof; eemd'Of.the: handed, has for four flays fought'for the bee, that the river valley for mile on drocIatlon' has been BO crowd expected, and potted plants;upon;
press bUl with an adroitness ability and side is overflowed. 'One mantels and consoles were theonIJ decor. f
" pertlniidty reporter, ;
,before he fa;tionraed'orbearsinated.Btateaaenblrom heavy, will, it is said, reenter the lecture ,.
that admiration rations made. 'A : entrance
h: have not only won the or news commissioner invaded the sanctum special wasarranged
field in the
"New ,Haven, Mich., of spectators, but the confidenceof ''Of Titusvflle editor and states that spring. through the 1oUth",portico"; 'and', t

'that.. rWor"Pprrya4hi*:brother.' ..Edwina the Senate, so that notwithstandingthe there is a terrible rushing of waters from The wife of ex-President Tyler, ,with I i, Bed Pador for the Cabinet and KplomaWie ''
,doing: Nisinessund: the name of immense her daughter, is now in Wuhington.I ) and another exit the .
number of frivolous amendments the great lakes. That bean, panthers, Corps for;: jpnbHe y
. Ferry and Brother, there' and in Utah to be disposed of, they were an old bucks,Wild catamounts,, and aU kindsof Gail Hamilton is visiting her cousin, was made_ by,bridging the ipsce"between ; "

also,have failed for liabilities placed at swept aside but a few which do not materially wild animals are floating and. drifting Mrs. Elaine, in W'uhington.CoL the hall window and the'outer:davi'an'the

aeveralhandred ibo auul'd 11arL affect the substantial value of the around in wild confusion,too much distressed Nicholas Smith, who married, one north front, The Marine-Band'wai" ? .

Bron Alfred' EoUachfld' ,who L 40 yean bill, and the bill was finally ordered engrossed 'to harm each, other, while the of Horace Greeley's daughters; is in stationed in" the' vtrtftnle and played* ''

cd age is'soon to be'married to his cousin, for a third reading.The huge alligators are in their glory, slashing I Washington seeking a diplomatic appointment throughout the 'evening.-'The'private

;BestrixBothachfld a young lady of. 18. entire railroad interest of the State around,helping themselves to the choicest ,Italy is his choice. and State'dining rooms' used fotcdoacyrooms.1

General Grant has'written'to' the 'Secretary has been opposed to the bill, not-to, menI I and most delicate meat"Another newsman Miss Bijou Heron,'the actress, daughter ,The receiving par r tood,in\the, ,,

of the Nationsl Rifle Association tion the friends of the Barge Canal comes to the front and says that on of Matilda Heron, is to be,married at Blue room and President was assisted;

declining offer of the'presidency of I scheme;, and the triumph of Senator Hichpochee'Lake he had seen drift timber New York next week to Henry J. Miller, by Mrs. and MiatMcElroy,Mrs..OFreling*. ..

that body, recently tendered to ,hio on I Mann over all these has been a signal one. lodged in the forks of the tallest trees. an actor. huysen Mrs."Chandler! ,' Mrs.;;".:;BrewsterMrs. \

the ground that he would not have time The prospects of this great enterprise If, indeed, these stories were true, it Dr. Agnew of Philadelphia has turned .Teller, Mrs. McMichael',.andxDiie, 4Bockwell.

to attend to the duties.of the office. never were brighter, and it seems to be would be well to circulate them, and advise dentist. He has extracted from a man's Marshall McMichael Dd C I. st"'>

'The indictment against Prince Jerome generally conceded that the charter will the public of the facts. But in fact stomach some false teeth swallowed witha Rockwell made the' presentations, and: "Y 9' .

Napoleon was quashed on the 9th inst be passed in a shape sufficiently liberal to and indeed they are false in every particular raw oyster. the crowd, although",quite orerwhehningi". 1

and he was released from custody on the enable the projectors to go on with the and the authors should be awardeda at nine o'clock diminished c that, ;when"' '' +s
same day. work. raw hide medal for being the chief of Lieut. F. G. Swartka is lecturing in the hour_for closing arrived all had,been;: 'I '

The Jacksonville Extension bill was liars. On Hiclroochee there is no tide Oregon on his arctic experiences.John presented,numbering something over two'thousand .
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Life Saving Station'Keepera have been :
postponed until Monday. C. & W.. of any consequence and the highest water J. Astor has just paid $1,000,000for altogether.. The dressing'' 'on- J

instructed to' preserve strange specimens ..... mark is not more than three feet above the Guaranty building Broadway, the part of the ladies'present warunusui-.
of fish and marine curiosities for the
Flames Devastate the Staadard Oil
'BmithllR1)1an Institution. Works. the marginal shore, and that was made in New York. ally handsome and the vast number''who':

Compaay's 1878, when the hightest water occurrednow William H. Vanderbilt has just ad- filed through had made special toilets for+
Governor Newell, of Washington Territory CLEVELAND, 0., February 3.-At six known in the State, and your writeris ded $100,000 to his $1,000,000 endow- the occasion, rendering it one of the'beai- -
,has visited Washington as a comml..toner o'clock this morning the petroleum tank The I dressed crowds in the White:House'
prepared to state that there is not adrift ment of Vanderbilt university. seen
for the admission of the in Sherman & Eagles' refinery on Kings- >
asking log to be found within five miles of late Mrs. Atkinson of Memphis left the, at such a levee.Considerable. b:
burg Run exploded and the blazing oil .
Territory tea '
Lake Hickpochee. Your correspondent same institution $50,000. interest is.manifested-- in

Strawberries from'Florida sold in New which flowed down swollen and spread over rains the creek, resides at Fort Thompson. I am well Editor Wattenon will be the orator the new attempt of the Secretary,of the ,

York on the 6th inst for 12.75 per quart. size of was a river. The by oil heavy flowed down to the to acquainted with the captain and crew of before the literary societies of Vanderbilt Navy to ,detach*fr m the Treasury'Dopertmentthosebureaushaiingeeminavil-

The first of the season. dredge No. 1-was on board the day she
university next May. h;
the Standard Oil Works, which, at three ,
The raging flood on the Monongahela entered Lake Hickpochee, and have beena functions and to place them'under >the. ,
o'clock this afternoon, were on fire anda Senator Hoar remarked to a friend
and'Ohio river reached its highest point sweeping conflagration is threatened. A close observer of her works and opera- who was congratulating him upon his reelection control of the Naval,Department: These a;
twenty-eight feet, on the morning of the tions ever since she lifted her first bucketof comprise the Revenue Marine Service,the
"Well I think rve done
half dozen tanks are blazing and a reser- ( : my '
8th inst after which time the waters mud-have noticed the rise and fall of Light House establishment, the Life Saving '
in about all the
voir of benzine is in danger. If the ben duty supporting unpop- '"
began to.lower., At Wheeling the, rise the water, and know of what I write, and ular Service, the Coast Survey :'ind.rtJie,
zine catches fire the extent of the damagesure measures going.
was thiry-eix feet. can state positively, without fear of truthful Marine Hospital Service. The principal i< ; ,
Prof. Virchow the German scientist
to follow cannot be told. Several of '
The greenbackers have prepared an address the Standard Company's tanks have since contradiction, that the operations of .has in his famous laboratory at Berlin a contest is over the Revenue Marine ;Sera : '
the canal cut, into the lakes above has vice and is in no respect, a
to the people of the United States. i collection of skulls all
exploded,and to increase the peril of the 6,000 representing
i. caused no rise in the waters at Fort Many Secretaries of the navy of,: ;
It is lepCt dto be understood that the situation, the dam which has kept the races and times.
Thompson,and that no fears need be en- aging political cast of mind ha :
special committee on. the improvement flood of fire from running on to the riveris Grant Duff;a Scotch liberal, recently :
tertained of the canal flooding the vigorous attempts to secure this
ever .
of the Mississippi River Will favor an reported as likely to give way. made governor of Madras, has managedto .
river below. but have failed. The last serious '
valley ,
appropriation of$2,500,000 for the work e.. make fool of himself
a by attacking a
Phoenix Park Murderers Identified. In the month of October there were a was in 1878, under Mr. 1bo
below Cairo.Governor. DUBLIN, February 3. T. C. Carey; I few days of heavy rainfalL which caused newspaper which published government distinguished mariner of the :

Crittenden has declined to member of the corporation Joseph Brady the river at and near Fort Thompson to news.Mrs. but the defeat of the navy was,'

deliver Frank James on a requisition atone cutter; Edward O'Brien shoemaker; overflow its banks and cover the marginal Clara Barton is said to have been sive that no'effort has since been

from the Governor of Minnesota, to an Edward McCaffery, van driver; Peter prairies on either side for a few days offered by Governor Butler of Massachusetts in that direction.

ewer the charge of murder in connectionwith Carey, mason; Lawrence Rn1.n, carpenter but the water ran off as fast or faster, the position of superintendent of Judge Jere Black finished ''hi

the.Northfield robbery. Governor Peter Doyle; coach builder, eight of than it came up. To-day there is a regular the Sherbom prison for women. ment in opposition to the an
Crittenden holds that he can not deliver arrested here Dennis of San Francisco is bill before the House
the men recently were flow of water down and through the Kearney judiciary
the prisoner to any other State until charged at the investigation to-day with canal direct from Lake Okeechobee the latest addition to the army of woman tee this morning. He charged th

after the disposal of the indictments the murder of Lord Frederiek Cavendishand passing down the natural channel of the suffragists. anti-Mormon laws are utilized;

against"him in Missouri.Telegraphic e..... Mr. Burke in Phoenix. Park. river within one hundred yards of my Attorney General Brewster gives more I benefit .of a clique of : Govero&m

Consolidation. Florida., .Claims.A .. house, and the water is very low and fall- elegant dinners than any cabinet officer,' gentiles who hold the offices= and_ '

NEW You, February .The Directors correspondent of the Jacksonville ing, showing conclusively that no fean Secretary Frelinghuysen the quietest, control the means of acquiring w ;
of the Western Union and Mutual Time Union from Washington says, that may be had about the canal, destroyingthe and Postmaster General the fewest the territory In the course of
Caloosahatchee River valley. The ment he took the ground that :
Union telegraph companies to-day 'rati- he has positive information that the Senate Bismark h"the neuralgia.
fied a ninety-nine yean lease of the Mutual Committee will makea I settlers in neighborhood are much be no constitutional trial by '
Military soon Senator-elect Tabor of Colorado, in
Union lines to the Western Union encouraged with the prospects ahead,and so long as mormons-:of whom '
favorable the bill introducedby
report on 1878 was a poor man, keeping a small
Company. :The latter guarantees to the feel confident that this drainage company twenty to one gentile-are U l a
Senator Jones to amicably adjust store at California Gulch, near Leadvflle.
will reclaim from further overflow all juries.
Mutual Union six cent
Company per ,
claims of Florida against Government Since then he has made $10,000,000, and
, interest on bonds, and one and a half percent of the United States. this portion of the country, and that a been divorced from his wife. The Senate Committee on :
W. D.FR.ul'lll' a hearing today upon the
on stock. There are $4,000,000 of brightfntnreawaitsit gave
I. The plan of the bill is for the United
Senator Brown of is ill and
Georgia prevent the importation of d .
bonds and$10,000,000 of stock.A sinking
States Florida and
to to $92,000 can
pay has home for his health.A .
fund was established for the payment of A New Disk Worth Trriaff. gone teas. J. B. Davies,of New.York
State the of
cel bonds of the to amount
the principal of the bonds when they An oyster omelette may be a new dish large part of the Pal..nit islands is pert who bu'had many yeas .

mature, they having three yean to run, $132,000.The Senator more. has labored hard to bring to some cooks, and I can assure! them thatit devoted to pineapple culture. A million in the tea importing business>> ,'

from 1880.' abouV this adjustment He has pressedit will be a favorite if the family .like and a half of fruit have been collected the English laws upon the
oysters. Stew a dozen oysters. in their from a single acre.' the safeguards which the British
Coavedioa the committee in and out ofseason
The QvestiosuTavarM on season liquor,if possible, if not use a very little e.'t meat has placed.&bouthe importation .
and it b List of Letters.
Herald. really now as thoughhe .
water'roll two or three lumps of butter of tea into that country. ,The stringency ,-Jt
As feared would the Convention uncalled for the Titus
we happen, of Remaining at '
was pretty sure success. "
the size of butternuts in flour,.and put in of the English taken bUl has been, defeated. Eight I YiUe P. O. .
': Old '- and let it come to a boil;salt it.well, and with the removal by this country of the .
Democrats cut loose from'theIr-PutY and .. c Keepsakes. Bishop N B 2 Chandler J 0 n
add black or cayenne to suit your 10 cent duties' ,imports '
8tatesvffleN.C. LanrtmsTV pepper per ,on
voted against it This is the whole storyIna Carter W W McJunkin W D L
; !In. Mary Ann Gruber, of this place, taste. ;;Tate out the oy .era and chop east of the Cape of Good Hope,
nut ab Th. Well, the bill is dead and Park T H Blethen S B
haiinher possession some love-feast bread them, and if necessary to make it thick, have had the e&etof mating the --United .
the men in'Tallahassee who 'killed it, Colby W F Boyd James C
,of the centenary of Methodism, October add a little flour to the.sauce, then put States. the most convenient and profitable "1:"
whether they be members of the Assembly Brainard Louis K Jeffreys J M ..
"leaders" must'shoulder the I 29,18S9. ,and also. a remnant of her wed the oysters in and set the saucepan in Von Stuber receptacle for the cheap adulterated ten t't
responsibility Henry
: ding cake. She was married December which they are on the back part of the which have beenxc1iiW: 'fma''fJae' ,iJ(:
:for any and disaster JOBB H. DDCOJT P. M. :
every 'K' 18 0 and last stove. Beat until light other mArkets-of the worid\-The.matter Ji1"
Tuesday accordingly
your egg very .
that befalls the Democratic party in: this Tftnsvflle Fla. Feb. 18th 1883. '::.1
State next'J K. < ,. her sixty-second anniversary. Age and and'add to them two:teaspoonsfnl of .t. then went over to,next Tuesday.In .io.. "

We areaot disposed to.croak;Jwt we foundling has:reduced- the cake to. a pow cream or rich milk; fin aweU-buttered The agents of.the Bed Star Line of. afl circles here it is anticipated generally ,'t'

do not believe for one moment that the de% ,Mrs. Gruber now more than 80 frying pan. When done remove to a steamers have received information that that the Treasurers of.'aU ;the "repudiating : i..

passage of the 1'JoDg'cut" meiaue ':<
Democracy: from defeat next bfcstdd"'.. ... with perfect vision She has oystervance over it. Serve' while hot- the bottle picked up on Tuesday containIng will sooner or later;follow the"ex pJeit .

yea Among thouauida"ofconfidence Tdemoaxti bew used glasses and can still- .see to N. Y POll. t information that she was in great distress set first by the,Treasurer' :of ;Tjamesee; W:
? iraid and without them.. Ctl .. and by" the treasurer of*Ala,
in the;.meD who, control the sew must have been thrown into the see more lately ; 1..1bama. '
I above mentioned lady is grand Hon Marshall Jewell died at his homeat The.'medidne''tdminieteied
policy,of the Democratic'party no Jonger: jpflbe by some heartless joker. ,It could not 07- \
'exists and confidence what follows saetnerof of:Mr.J. E. Gruber, our Assist Hartford, Conn,on the 9th inst, aftera have been thrown from the Nederland.The those. defaulting treasurers is of the heroic -tit
gone, Ed.STAB.V brief illness, character and it that this is
: sntptigfmasterofthlsplace. ) seems
it needs. no prophet to i.en.. "WeD, ..... Brooklyn Postoffice was robbed of '
. : what is needed to bring back the eeaeeofpublichonorandintigritywhiclr''should
sobeitl 'Tor, : our,part it'wfll.; be [;:some A- -fln Antonia, Texas, dispatch says Penaacola and Apalachicola Biven $2,800 Wednesday.forenoon, mysteriously : : .'. '
consolation to know that our feeble efforts were on the 9th inst connected by the taken from the desk of the assistant .. ,
the cold have been most fatal to -
seems to never have ;been lost.! ,AtTOTsr..f ., :
Pensacola and Atlantic Bailroad. .
were directed to save the paity.. When postmaster. "
WIld birds,whole coveys of quail being II.'* '* <#.
the proper time:arrives :we' shall have froeenBy The Ohio river at Cincinnati is fifty- Near Greensboro, N. C. two 'workmen Dyepeprda, heart, nausea,Inditetien
.7 more to say.upon this subject. Sufficient _. the caving of a coal mine at CenterFHl nine feet above low water' mark. Newport in the Hoover Hill, gold. mine weN cutting /'etc.,.are always relieved by,Brown's

now for us to know that the Convention Pa, Theolp Mistoicopod and an un- ,on the opposite side of the river, is from D. shaft to another. when Iron',Bitten.: -. ',

Bill is dead and sad for us to believe that. Inown man were killed, and Win. and mostly under..... the water rushed .in and ,both were A New Brunswick;, ;N.
in ita coftn" are'two 4'dead.'. bodies- : Martin Grasski, Joseph Zeurstowski, A thousand donan worth of the new drowned. says"the police there are Iooi ig 4f ec''the v,

Dyspepsis,'thebngbesx of epicurean, David Williams and two unknown men nlcklea coined in Philadelphia,have been Charlet,B Thome, the actor, died' suddenly > lfpIt-timd who*.--fed-'a' aeadbabytoa. .

will be relieved by Brown's: Iron ,Bitters. fatally hUrt. received at'the Treasury. in New York oatixe. 9th fos# 't*; I.b ai ., .. ..
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: : _" ujCMi-- eai bit; while"be'was'' lying:awake, his rice is boiled and served' with meat I In Christ. If wa want little we shall tract as a form of thefts..

tooftonched it It felt Very cold he the dish find little, U we want much, we shall stolen being ..
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;.fjl.ff" fi' i:1-,:: "; I"- F"the, from the bed he said: making the curry powder is here' we cast our aU on Christ, He clde whether in this 'orfity;

." .-": .- ,1:9J-:."i'... f MHy gracious, Maria,there's a toad given: To three parts turmeric add will be to, us the whole 'treiSuIyof the offense has really been
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-. 'i "' Zl ,.- +Ddet ehlckm'' from aD--,, old, I touched Pitman it with my foot"MM a hud scream of a part of cayenne pepper, half e Faithful prayer always implies correlative cuaer may be obviously ito

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.-;';'- ""'aD".I.. "WIp7'' ''lCD" ,the ......;.......,th seeds, six parts of coriander seeds, a ask honestly and hopefully to be delivered mon or an essay or a poem.
\, 'f -.I.:: : Now, don't ItO,hollering and waking I
4+,'palditiu'hiTe. .. ,'"no" teeth.. "' 'alNo. '' but up the neighborhood" said the quarter of a part each of nutmeg, from temptation, unless he fosses to be the work of<" .
.'.. .'1-"" :..0.;: <1' cloves and cinnamon. The Imported has himself honestly and firmly determined discovered to be identical'
'' .. .. .... ;'"J Judge. 'You get a broom or something .
1 g cod :would powder which can be bought at to do the beat he can to keep for
:;l _...of' you Bay, and we'll fix the thing, mighty curry sentence and word fort
_? tfc*"pdeehee' oiie"up or hs3 'risen!" quick." almost all large groceries, is a very out of it. the previous work: of IQ' .

WJ?|g ndsiohooxboy.ofsflahmonger, Mrs-Pitman got the broom and gave satisfactory preparation Bat the cook Do not wade far out into the dangerous In such a case It is to '

ti -;,! ':ietined the. sele aeraper, it to the Judge with the remark that must rsmembsr that it is dangerous sea of this -world'-i comfort. that deliberate "conveyance,1'

"ppiskiag_ .of:cod,.I shculd say U bad she felt aa though snakes were creep. to put in much at a time, as the full Take what the good God provides you loved to describe it, must .'

?-......,.. "" ing up and down her legs and back. flavor of the powder Is not developed I but say of it, "It j aaseth away, for In- practiced by preacher or. '

.?+\ :';HRTb:.> a'young-_.lady' asked to look "Ob, nonsense, Matla Now, turndown until it has been wet some little time- deed it is but a temporary supply fort poet No. 2. Literature ii;']

"k ti::at a;paaeoi the clerk said : "WIU you the cover3 slowly while I hold fay these or four minutes.. 'mporary need." Never suffer your full of duplicates, theV

r.'r,-"T. ; ,' _ttu ibade yon want?" 1'1lif the broom and bang it. Pat a bucket >. -- goods to become your God. which cannot by any:' '"

-the parasol to give the.shade .1 of water alongside of the bed so thatwe Rats and Mice. T. 1eJlau4'. Adct. readily explained. SomeVihave

a_,.: Yf 1.ani r{said the Tounr lady. can shove it m and drown it." a trick of turning upV h
In these there is much said
w i"' body .ttn.ded that every man Mr*. Pitman fixed the bucket and A writer in the Sdenltfo American days again in the same kind of-

byes 'to to:alxty;.years old has gently removed the covers. The says : "We cleaned our premises: of about reforming Christianity, or possibly though sometimes the sin

x ; _,_ ; even: months ,buttoning his judge held the broom uplifted, and the detestable' vermin,rata,by making of putting it aside altogether,"The and costume is so marked at to:
'i replacing it with what is called !
flhirt pollan ,Thirty years more ought aa the black ribbon of the silver watch whitewash'yellow with coppera, and suggest a suipicion literary]'

t 3* :to te added for" "hunting" ape the collirbittbnV was revealed, he cracked away at it covered the stones and rafters with it. Religion of Humanity." The suggestions the kindly critic Is general j
novel. The of
not .
are religion .
"{ > three or fans times with the broom, In every crevice In which & rat mayo believe either that the rep
i ij Q.- the moon, over yourl Christ had scarcely made Its way In .
then he pushed the thing off into the g we put the crystals of the copperas, has been unconscious
l ht shoulder dear? said she ton the world before men were ready with
;rJf my bucket. Then they took the light to and scattered in the corner of the floor. niscenco having been mistake .
;]:jiim: 'tbey.roameO down the,walk. the When improvements of its methods and substitutions .
invesUgata matter. the -
The result -
was a perfect stampede of original Idea-or that the
"": %. 'N-n-nOp exactly ; but I just saw Jad what it he Bald for its doctrines. c
: eaaw was, : rats and mice. Since that time not a Is "
y:;:ff7- the:old-man over::my left shoulder, "I might have known ; it's I Jilt footfall of Bat Christianity still lives, and few, ence altogether fortuitous,! .
rats or mice his been two minds have hit not
",,,--rIf'< -andl'Ubldyouicood.nlght". .. like you women to go screeching and heard around the house. Every sprin eave students of ecclesiastical history, i
? I same thought, but the saras'lexpression
f 'rf> Testing recall the of it imitations
.1 An' .producer was requested tot about nothing. It's utterly a coat .of yellow-wash is given the can scores ) I
while workingindependence
.:de.ei J adeat, .note tar a debt he rained." cellar The theophilanthropist Larevellere-:
as a purifier, as a rat exterminator !
Y' "It was you that made the fuss, not Lepeaux confided to of each other.
,owed,;::.but firmly, refused, saying: and once Talleyrand '
;* # me." said Mrs. Pitman. no typhoid, dysentery, or his He had labored O. blessed health? thou i&t\>
tIf : No, airV I,will lever alga a judgment chagrin. to bring ,
'You needn't try to put the blameon fever attacks the family. Many persons all gold and treasure 'tis
:note. ;I"did,it once,and I came very into vogue a sort of improved Christianity ;
me." deliberately attract all the rats in enlargest the soul, and opeaeet'powers ;
iieii having to Pa7IL"t which should be both a benevolent
s Then the Judge turned in and the neighborhood ty leaving the fruits to receive instructioo*

-K 4: "'Wbydoes a dach_go into t eW&tArt I growled at Maria until he fell asleep. and vegetables uncovered In the cellar and a rational religion. relish virtue. Ha that hat< ,.!

1i;{ Foil diver*reasons. Why does it come and sometimes even the soap is With expressions of mortification, little wish V
more to for I and hi'so
.' r:.,' ;out?' hoc sundry reasons. Why left open for their regalement. Cover;! he admitted that he had failed, torthe
wretched as to want the
r Kitchen Interests. skeptical would have /
It go back? .To liquidate a MIL Why up everything: eatable in the cellar or age nothing .

t[ \: does it;:oome.out again? To make a pantry, and you will soon starve them to do with his improved religion. everything with thee.--&tmN.._ '

.. ins the bank. PUFFS. One flour "What friend shall I do?" he '" .
'ti f,.; on quart one pint out. These precautions, Jalned to the my Why He Cooled the Wi "

'F. A Missouri'man got caught in a milk, two eggs ; beat well ; butter size service of a good cat, will prove as mournfallyasked. '- .'"',:0-

t 'amall. whirlwind_the other.day which of an egg,three tablespoonfuls each of good a rat exterminator as the chemist The wily ex-bishop and diplomat A conductor on a Third: --
.:;yv' '.' 'laW'him.fast a little way from the sugar and bakIng powder; roll oat can previde. We never allow rats to politely condoled with the disappointed horse car was seen one eveniati .

;i lit jrod'' and.. 00k him until all hisbuttons and bake in a quick oven. be poisoned in our dwelling They reformer. He hardly knew, he ing to the cold ah the .

.;.."' f } fell!, ;[off. When the thing Locox PUDDIXO.-Mix well two are apt to die between the walls and said, what to advise in a matter EO wrench used on the rod'

"" /stopped .he'.muttered: "Reckon I'll cups of sugar with half a cup of butter produce much annoyance. difficult as the improvement of Chris with the fare register..Be

."ii. ;have to cased.,for. .another poundofqtdpine. add two grated lemons, five eggs. _. ._ tianity. "Still," said he, after a mo what he was doing. "01

:1I ot i. ." .. Line a deep dish with paste and pour i ment's pause, and with a smile, little frecx," he replied.' '"_Y |

-Ai; &bebI" Ik : Clerk-."What do in the mixture; bake thirty minutes. Damages for Five Children "there is one plan you might try." that lad in the corner?"J into

.:t r iI j< .you Triah. 'air?" Human' -MWhy, 1: QUIKCE JELLY.-Cmr the fruit Killed. "I recommend to yon," he said, young man in a state of,_. .

jam=!dropped in to tell;you that I am with water and boll one hour. Then be crucified for mankind, and to rise 10m'101ency. .Well, .he told

;{'' ,,,.the,man' that knocked down and robbed strain through crash; strain twice if In May, 1881, five children of F. H. again, on the third day I" wake him up at Tenth street, ,.''

x; 'youi aaihten" Clerk-Well, not clear; add equal quantities of Nebrjas, of San Lorenz,Almeda It was a lightning flash, and the watch me do it." He then ait 1

:li Y; sir,Fm' very sorry;...but_ you'll have to juice and sugar and boil steadily county, California, were returning reformer stood, at least for the mc- the car and applied the chilled
;:indenfefy yourself; 1iU." home from a May-day ment, awed and reverent before
ESty. twenty minutes Let the j irs stand picnic in a the to the slumberer's neck.' The'jt

V 'IL one week before sealing. light wagon, and when they reached stupendous fact suggested by the great man leaped to his feet, rolled MM

{;, "ABAft.orian Banged. SODA. BISCUIT.-One quart of flour, the crossing of the Central Pacific diplomat._ ICullings. n a bewildered way, and dbjotafc
; Railroad
., :; two teaspoonfuls of cream-tartar, one vehicle was struck ty a exclaimed : fWhathowwhere
1. -"My,son, said an_ Ontario. street of soda, butter the Bits of an egg; one locomotive and all the inmates were If
;1... mother down to the am .11
: I' "go grocery and Killed. The father ,
and one-half cups of sweet milk of the children He who all he likes track-?"
an'.of ", ; says will often r $g
get me a ;
green-peai. sued the
mix with fl tar roll fin and bake railroad company for dam
in hear This
ahould a what he does not like. is Tenth street,young(tt
,. to
;; \ squirm wiggle, answeredtke On the
quick oven ten minutes. ages. trial it was shown that "
r.if.: 'bof.. "Go on, I tell you." "I the When a bald-headed man buys a interrupted the conductor. ,'fit'.
"t' ahould limp to Jump." "If yon don't BAKED O IOXS.-Wash and boil seen from the could not be duster, mohair would be most appro "Oh! ah Thank 'you,11.a! U

::-- go'this instant will tell your father one hour, change the water twice in t the highway until close to priate. young man, getting off the cari&Jconfusian

-1s."t ;; 'when-he'',comes 'home." "I should that time, drain on a cloth and roll crossing on account of a covered "My dear boy," wrote an Irishmano followed by the unekf
bridge and
!f blow,,to tattle." '"Never mind, sir." each in buttered tissue paper twistedat eucalyptus tre It was his son, "never pit off till tomorrow laughter of passengers. **t
a lo shown that
1:should.whoop to squeaL" When the top; bake one hoar in a slow time and the train was behind what you have done to-day." That al avs fetches 'em."Mid

-"the:;father came the mother said: "I oven., Peel and brown them and serve to running from thirly-tbree "It is not necessary fora man to be collector of fares. "It's a wrlakle

" r. ""wish!that you'd whip Tom. He positively with melted butter. j| thirty-five miles an hour. The poor to be honest." Certainly not. all of the Lop hasn't ketchedoatc
try awarded I10.8DO But it p
11f'J. refused to go down to the grocery YEAST.-Grate two large plaintiff damages to seems sort o half way necessry You never eees me tuggin' and_pi
toej. and defendant took an ap for a man to be poor if he is honest. lush
:1 ,and told me that I. was a tAUIEr'ii. sugar, peal. The lads ,who falls asleep in ayrooch.

,and:_that_he would Jump on me if I one teaspoon of salt a half teaspoon of the Supreme C>uri has affirmed Qui: I just gives 'em an appir!

.;:,: 1dn'.& .mind.. "' "r,m!" ..Yea, Blr.t ." ginger. Pour over this mixture a cup view of the judgment, holding that "in She Bridgeton (lie) News calmly tion of cold steel. Of course I i
..'Wh t.was- that yon said to your of boilinj water in which a tablespoonful here damages prevailing says : "The types:: last week made U3 do this in warm weather:

, : .'siiother to-day: ?" "Never said notn- of hop has! been boiled. to we hold cannot be reasonably expected say that The showers were not suffl- reason I wishes with all my, 1 bM,

r liyt."' "Then- Save half a each that for such a loss as the ceint to meet the wants of milkmen.' that there
I time
am a,storyteller. and cup to start plantiff in this was more winter in ajM:
case sustained etc., Instead of
you area, pretty boy," said the anew. the Not regclir, downright winter ti
amount old
awarded citizen
;mother.. "Look here young man, if CRUMPETS.-Take two pound of excessive. him by the j ary was : home from a banquet, returning to his fraezjs a man onto his car, bo$! +

.at :you don't behave yourself, I'll thrash bread dough and mix with three eggs, old citizen meets another enough winter to give my wreac1i!
coming from
s =yea;' do/you hear, sir?" "I shoald'Utter' weU beaten ; gradually add warm The Current of Rivers. direction VIsh this: the the opposite" chillsI hopes the 'compaDJ'\

1t to ,snort." "Come. here to me, water until the bitter is the consistency asked No- 1. "How avenue? tomble enough to the idea at teach dl

it .r air." And! the young man squirmed of buckwheat cakes; beat it well A very slight I wash at the should I "know conductor an icebox for to fJII:

to wiggle, limped'to jump, blew to and let it rise. Have the griddle hot give the declivity suffices to banquet myeelf. his wrench In summer,to be can'W..

:.. tattle, whooped: to Iqueal and Uttered and well greased ; pour on tie batterin Three Inches running motion to water. "You made a fool of. me," said. an up lush passengers. It's better1.
gV2 'to'snorts per mile in a smooth, Irate man to his wife. uUv'luve "
small cakea she> alarm
and bake a light; brown. straight channel cloak. l
velocity of sweetly responded ,
"you do ''
+smoke. Preventing Deaths. How TO COOK RICE.-To know how about three mile an hour. The Injastiice C 01 yourself a fool yoanelf if 'What Vice-Versa Meahli 'it'

'' to cook rice so that it will be dry and Ganges, which gathers the with but you-
waters -
of remember
Borne one has at last been'found to each kernel keep its the II that you are in ,, }
4 :aiy a good wOM.for-amek'e. The Bun_ proper shape is maizyi mountains, the loftiest all respects a self-made man." ''Sam." said an old colored,_
vary simple. Toe first In
thing to ba world hat
100 miles down
from its An at the anothj
lemTown Council have been dlscusing miser, who was postcfflce to
done 19 to buy a farina kettle to month notorious for
or only 300 feet
'the death above the level of. self-denial was codger, "What's. de meanln of:ifversa1
rate In
that town i, have made at a tin shop to stout tin the sea, and to f.ill3JO one day asked why ,
:which appears Just now to be rather pailsoneaeveralsieasuallerthsnthea feet In its long he was so thin. "I do not know ... ,:
TiJr a course the ,
'f higb;and; the medical offioer console other. In the outer pall put as much month. The water great reqsires more than a said the miser. "I have tried various It means tother from which,/. iI"

: r- them by pointing out that th River Magdalena means of getting fatter : swered Sam with great dignity."I ;
deaths boiling water as It will hold without In S juth America but withont ...t
.4'w ald be ranatng for 190) snccesi." Hive dun: no," said the first one;'
more,numerous still were it running over when the smaller pail :is miles between two pox tried victuals?" c ..
;not,;for the' .smokiness of the town.The set within it; look over and wash th e ridge of the Andes.fAll inquired a friend. think it means upside down.11. ,
evil effects of their i.f only about 500 feet in all that "No," retorted his friend _
bad "It's ;"I'se
\ system rice then it my last
In the resort
.,, put smaller pall, distance Above the my last resoit.' ,
!:;' :drainage are, he says,largely counteracted and put in enough boiling water to miles it is seen distance of 1033 murmured a dej acted looking Individual sash it meann hind aide defoah.".' i:,

m 1' by the smoke from the factories cover it (observe, the rico 13 not to be and cataracts from descending In rapids as he braced himself against A third old fellow*oome by j art to"

,; :whi l **blends .with the atmosphere, soaked and the water 13 to be boiling ; The gigantic Ro! de la the mountains lanippast last nltht. "What is that?"a and they appealed the question to hili'
? ,' to act as a deodorizer and he Plata ha so inq tired "I cannot de ,1I
J' ; was at then pat the cover of the .inner pail gentle a descent to a sympathetic bystander plain pewctly"
the "
r r-a-loes' to imagine how, "intelligent.men one outer has no the ocean that in "H>me," was the said, 'so to meet wid youroompt.
cover ; ricewill Paraguay 1500 mournful
4.. 'k;._- ;and<< even members of his ownpcoJaialon be cooked tender in from fifteen large ships, miles from its mouth, 'home sweet home." reply isssion, but w1serveam.a pros

: ) .\ ,!' .could complain of the to twenty minutes if you have a fire silled against are seen which" have atlon from, de Latn and means:'W1I
<'!'I i k.DQ'... ce.JI -The doctors the currant all the wy One and Wu9Saud'mof
may hot enough to keep the water boilin,. ty the force of the man was asked by another \ It. .1,, noel
beleft},to'settle ,ihe..ft'laUerfor th emThe rice, when turned out, will be to s'y which, ,on the alone that is with whom he wai not on the best of, stunablln ober, it at oolledge.. .;It,

I,I" selves;bd one must admit that rmoke dry,and each kernel will be, distinct plane Jf the beautifully inclined terms, where he had taken a hard word.to pzononnoa"? r

t: .' certamlyhsiisome. : ... of those,offensive from every other. Sometimes the con gradually lilted stream, have, been abode "Oh," he replied, "I'm up his Ha ambled along with his bud i
' fJf 1y tile 11vin
ky: 'tI4...w < ",Tt bia1cm', =.'to ret'ognlaed dition of the atmosphere is such that even against the soft wind, and by the ,canal At present. should g and the two who had referred toy>>
I MV:' V Mdaodoziiea.. water evaporates current, to an eleva delighted U looked after him with aDd ii
It. '':i rapidly,. and then lion.greater than our you would drop In respect
1 2 1, :: .spires some m1r&uon'WODdertDC'th
h' ?. < .....:: > evening. '
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. ,.;eL-.JL.J. .........._. ....Y..__ ......,'..,r.....,J,-..,,:It i:' 1' ie. dboetuiroainbeMoL'' 'now,'! ''ald Captain Jack some simple trick' ,'and' gave:: forward..: 'i.Alfl"'
4':;, 't...- >>>:,_ 'rJIo'iJ. ._....7'.' .ttj.1. ,'t._ 'Serer le Y'rI replied' ,:W 'I 1 ;"how :ara*, we, to get out of musl -lull :*ong with a : ', ,and.before/th s .

" :__ .ap sts4 Jorwell mnvr., revolver.defiantly, *nd filing that. ?' If I'had Tim"and 'Joe chorus, and wound up with .,observe, or:we,
1b usI.aitrsRytttesbentotsborl'itiid I should be'gKafly:disappointed U '' Tom,- each with:a cutlass pipe -accompanied by the : ,1>' '
1 limlttio. i.I three<< rUlMtock 'Yr
ea >
y'sas rascal: did not show,themselves.. barking-Iron here, we'd soon with a pocket-comb and '
shoekhads -
falteloarablldhcoT. i ; k .
: a'yirWiwbo ;
: : .
i ;;.-f.r. ----....:.:!!...".>\>;... ''J ..:'-' ..... ,- On we-went,'enjc ying the passage, I'd warrant!" paper, the general two,'of the" fellow, xx-
;'";;'.":. *&".g dace been laid away: and holding a hybrid '* all very well," said Will no bounds, and the 'l'heatook.of '

f/if'ft, eteudrea kUUtobrlcotea: oar hoses he in broken English'and.I in the supercargo; "but we vagabonds laughed till the hard head of my the :;. !
4Butaeitu tte oW tolki to4r. : J'i
': ':- .;:.. : "!:'....,!':" ;:,;- --: mutilated Greek-until in the' If I'd but the opportunity down their cheeks.* "agatnahth.; ...
:': -Tea,ue year. 10 ewUUJ.u4 Wently on.: ment cf the ride and the glorious I'd guarantee- '. Will now became on such cry he,turned, .'Io 1lI
olBorroT and jwln:
; g8osoef
:: !And Ensue,so tall tt hope and Joy orama constant'y unfolding itself the supercargo was about terms with them all that he hand wa*upon:

:::,They""ski 111 J"ouq apta. our view I entirely forgot that was cut short by the advent of to take tome freedom with sounddied; i sir:h1t-':

:But(sod.II 034 to the iorrowing, were such beings as Irigands in .heads at the little opening and when he snatched the strength of d..*'
". \
r .,:JS7Jdclat..Uub7da. istence' prison, and two harsh voices from the cup-bearer, and heady lna'
ilati be titled forever
4.tld der teen lir
"Now," said I to Themistocles, us-as my guide Themiitoclea himself In that official' "
WneahewtNtltiheni. all away.- and.: saner a strut*. $
dUd: fiaaotheryear we tee a ride of come hours, during us-to partake of a feast; for ladling the wine out of 1 I d .me with, .Ii

,ll.i.BoUIa.**...* put.' my appetite had become afterward that the chle', mouthed Jar and binding it _mygrMD.ap-; .. !
3aftks bepgad.reptmlagsT7or sharpened, "let us look about for of having made to the company, his s". "

joys\la'eoold not last; spot where we can bivouac in. good haul, had decided to allow I complete." t
..>there be no painful heart throbs fort. prisoner, to partake cf the "For heaven's sake!" said : '.captain,"",1rbtn. :

'Mk-OrbenlocnUlDdeio the iouea aye ml.-paDt God We soon found a delightful & festivity. But as a prelimi passed us, "don't take &I y Come,. Greeky !". j:

;;,For sly, mercy. tent sheltered all round, save had to undergo an examina stuff, and don't drink much i gi "bear' a > .,
v' -" through a small opening we to our capability of paying the own." around, W, ex- at :
'JW; .are Kebtac along to the time of life
,when eblldUb porli and wayt a view of a charming landscape. : ransoms. First we were "Never fear," said Jenkins, 'Jod.w.;> left ''Ii. ,

'.JUe only memories cf the pastOr mounting and allowing our of our watches and rings, the wry face; "one taste is n ;sitting;;by:, )).x
v etriy,happier eay a- to refresh themselves on the nniooked.t or rut- ''
gr using language rather too And so Will went round '
'We are'getting alone where the rosy tints we soon made havoc of the good for translation to these lines, tc cup, making a comfcil ,.a hundred yards .
l1te. not bright
Of M
"Where i the"orb of d ,." bat turned to meet we had brought. I was lying I amusement of his tormen- one, and a grimace at that, we would'haw. : //Nt

'-The coming hour of night., my back smoking a cigarette after with similar gesticulations chief evidently fearing r*:$

For a.hebouraot night will sorely come; meal, gazing dreamily at the endeavored to imitate the sound hilarity that they were tak !" crlei Jenkin; 't-;';

Wrest; firmament, and, being too It zj to r Cipta'n'a words, which, of much-ordered them to ., "fBdt under :,. 1.

-born ll and crest,
:Flooding mountain ocean bottle. pickedhim off{ -
o XU a beaaUlnl clgat when toe Kin* of day ; ,, -
Drove the table mantle of nlgbt, "Has the fellow gone to i I uncombed, dirty-faced vaga. Meanwhile, we were sent 'for.the..' "noi, e'.of- 'L

JIoregorgeoEuitbo', when midday, thought T, still Indisposed to turn he shouted, "if I had a few our dungeon, with a sentinel l ,

Toe monarch: It clothed with 111111.BapaDdertarwben ; head. "Theml tocleal" aboard the Annie Martin I'd at the opening. 'muttend .

-. 8ot ntheertauonbur tile,purple tints But ;'Themiatocles heard me ugly heads over the yjtrd- "Net: a word," whispered b a trapped.again, ; ,

;:And white fle
'As,they float a.ar In the blue. bow I saw him standing, as if they only laughed the "Here's something, Captain," 'started'off;-.run w'

-So it Is with the ails that tae nobly borne dumb and motionless with, fear, at his Impotent rage, and I continued, "that belongs to his toes with "a

Tie twdea and heat of the d.y, ing upon the opening. it quite as well that they did "Why," sold the Captain hand'and a"plotol ,
:Por the aonl hu crown'pUler and Hirer to I and clutched
leaped up my the language in which as Will handed him the he wsewithbn'ii
ear, but before I took a etep the & tioned "this is a stopper the Utter :
,Tbo the body bas gone to decay.. it vent.
<0fli, m&71t.be our to resemble the son Themhtocles' fear became operation of stripping us of our medicine chest." how'matter

In his glorious onward way; and thre fhaggy forms behind gave me an opportunity to ob- "To be euro It Is, Jack," 'rifle,'which was r
And the nlltl'01 oar life be ice beitof our Ch blunderbusses aimed direct at \,
; companions Will ; "and I must apologias a few yards,off;
Tho we' e bad a Ion*brl fat day.
made me uUy' aware that I was in I liberty of taking deftly ,by Will,
Jenkins was the beau-Ideal of your :
,. I presence of those scourges of seaman. In age about 85, phial ; but my ccnfounded ,all, followed '" ;M

Outwitting tbe Brigands.It the brigands But oh! what a and robust build, a face was so painful on board the ;in. the ,face 16
morphoals! Where were the night that I got and took his reas'that, .
manly and bearded, and limbs up pro ....
: 'was on such a morning as we fcg- green jackets with silver buttons, would delight a sculptor to luckily forgot to return it ground.: {"

murinred islanders seldom witness at plumed hats and the tout His height was nearly six feet Ing. You must debit me gal, the:work,"' ;11'

home,.that I stood upon the deck of of the brigands of my youth of had an air of command about bottle and it* contents for I came-up 'to!him.. .
the good steamer Conmourdjurons, operas and the picture books? them both into the "
was doubtless bred of his ; ff'p I 1" and in>

watching the nearing chores of the ragged, disreputable-looking ftgu The supercargo, Will jar!" on, our .inns;,

Piraeus: ;,which, a*all tbe werld knows clad in greasy sheepskins and was perhaps ten years "What!" we all guidance of four .. r.l t
should know is the port of the clothes, unkempt, unshaven, took breath. '
or '
tall his friend witii '
; nearly as as : re making 1 .
,.cIMsiccltyofA.thecs., The bea-itifnl place of those tinseled heroes, "Now, stop your clappers 1" \
and active: and take ua all to- AU' ill. 'TTp
,nncicnded sky the bright outline of with stern gestures and ued the "Jack 'It'I' '
; for I am of no mean stature supercargo. we .wentvfor a
tte san-bithed, sews; the air laden threats ordered us to follow then"i-we were three men who, I'm not bid at & !- !' stopping: <' 1

Withthesceatof of the distant Hyaaettus My first thought was resistance, any circumstance, would be no Well, in the first place, ; then,; I oit':'. t

"; tbe.far eminence with the grand when showed the slightest signs to our country; and if any trived to secrete the bottle the summit of ,
eld Acropolis standing out white and three bell-mouthed muskets should arise for an attempt blackguards were relieving we had arrived, a ,

;3>od in the, clear 'litmo pbere; and bent toward me, and I felt that escape I felt certain that we valuables, and then having ; wished 'ui '..

dose at hand the'moldering tomb of odds were too many, and, give as goad an account of our- the position of waiter, what about to pass oi.; ;

Themlstccles-all combined to arouse to wait events, grimly as any scratch three, here or than to wriggle the bottle Themlstoole '
etch poetic fancies In mj mind that I be led !down the mountain by sleeve! whip out the stopper, '

forgot for :the moment tie prowls unsavory(guides. satisfied themselves of the the lot into their swipes ; :

business upon which I bad come. The At last, after winding through my late fathc r'a watch, which bottle crack: and stirring did, for' 'cantlon's, '

streaming engine
railway which carr.ei the traveler over mountain paths intrinsic worth of the Captain's into it I""Bravo. and legs togVthr

from the. Piicans to AtheLS, noun reminded -. his most unpleasant journey as well as the su Will I" cried the *for
me,-however, that I vt&a a-- by our guides calling a halt as watch and diamond ring, seizing his hand and giving it :in us,more- espe' j. ;

-credited with a mission from a L,n- gained the summit of an interrogated, through Them- shake. "if that's the case, explained' -, ;ttbafs-!

don Greek firm to their friend in the surrounded by trees and tall as to our means. For myself, for the black-faced rascals i and myste k

Attic,city ; and I was soon whirling : forming an extraordinary natural of the firm I was traveling up for a dczen hours, I'll the brigand; .,
tress. Beneath feet in a was by no means:
over the sacred ground with talismanic effect upon There lour guard has fr ,
.Where history Lives tit every rood a page! vine,with seemingly butone and I was immediately assessed ready!I"And : him .to*go. ;
hied to'thi.seari.
"We parted the monuments of tho e excellently sheltered by t&nding n.y protestations i sure enough, the
of self,
of In- foliage, was the of the himself a swarm
doughty champiocs of tbe War camp hundred pounds. At this fian had planted '

dependence.. Kvr"U.kakisand Miaulls and here we found the rest of too, the Captain's freedom was the opening and was

,and many oth rot j cct s of Inter st; shaggy ruffians-with the ; while the unfortunate euper- :'vt 11' for It I" cried the *four hoar, and ,
and after a ride c f three or four nile one who stood 88:1t1nel-ell whose business they persisted Jack Jenkins, rising. "get"' along
their siesta with indolent content.A a halt aid afta '
found myself at my destination. with that of owner of "Hold bard said ; .

After a few days I certaiil/ had avery shrill whistle soon brought and ship-was unanimously them get well off" and ,watering. oar!

pleasant time(f it, tbe few hove rascals to their feet; and rushing to be worth twice our ransom "So.settllng ourselves down our .Journey

work each day acting 01 ly an a stimulus to meet us, they displayed a arranged this matter to their an hour we talked the reached Athens. '

to,my varied pleasure ; and, hav- as unfavorable specimens of the if not to ours, we At the end of this time we '.board of,

ing examined the Acropolis and man race as could well be told to alt down and enjoy our trembling Themlatocles to tour. -trouble- **.- }

lunched by the fallen. pillar of Jup bra Seizing: our a+sea by their bridles with what appetite .we could things were outside ; and ,

seated myself in tbe ruins of the Pnyx relieved our captors and led us ing over the prostrate 4

-whence_ Demosthenes declaimedand the ravine; and having roughly smell of the rcast lamb and the gave us to understand that ,,) -'- '

Pericles' evolved his plans-I slated us to dismount, brought us meal-cakes, however, all 'sleeping except three, e tor., ;'{' ,.

caked: around, like Alexander, form the presence of the chief of the aroused pleasanter sensations, were retiring to the further I

r worlds to conquer. Bravo, lade! excellent!1" he f(r a time the memery ravine and would In a : neatly drsad
I theienpou consulted my genial but ed, as his sparkling eyes bent of sight.'Capital. '
griefs: more especially eo as, features, was ,ar:
tmwashed host, Eyrie Antonio Perl- in delight; and after a cursory !" said Will,with ;
the apparent certainty of ob ce!8mlth, in.th*,
cles pi.pp demttiacopo -who, although nation we were conducted, amid ed excitement. "Now.
the chief condes- ,
his booty, ,N. Y., ..on a
Plato was to him" a text-book excited gesticulations of the pistol and a cutlass from
to be quite patron ztng toward ..th&stieets.::;He).
and the sayings of Socrates as familiar and without undue ceremony, and follow me."
the joints himself for us, Henry Llehten.
as the Ktory.of: Tomay and Harry ,to dark cavern within the ravine.
One after another e'
of we
handing on the point ; ., of.No. '64Chrl : Ii.
an English socoolboy, was always as Shiver my maintops! the at the "
eur several portions. After sleeping trigand then-.ta tle4 tnes* i. }'
dirty as a jiweep-upon. .the propriety i a voice as I groped my way in ; satisfied our hunger with the Will relieving him of his tagthai,he"wai'a' fl'
and blunderbuss '
i solid viands we were regaled .Bmitb.I kno
-ihe'lDcuDtai look on Marathon,. and not land us In this lubberly ,ilI
dried fruits as dessert, and a and I stood by ready to give I ,used ,to his >,, t.
., And Moiatbon ks: on the IU. and new they ere shoving more :. ;
of colored quietus at the slightest /; '
jar a peculiar sherry a speculatorrand 'Q
i'or+ one might ale well go to Egypt In to anchor!" '
the four of
,, wine of a ruinous waking. and aister I.boy>> : !
without=visiting the Pyramids, or to I I Haul in, Jack,old chum," -which Themistoclea described like ghosts, assisted *' sale find them ,. }?'
.. ; .
Borne: without entering St. Peter's, asto'do" ed the other ; "we must make whatever we .' '
common wine of the country- weapons usually 1rI&b'i&;
Greece and leave' Marathon bad mate." .
best a job, in and set down In the easily lay hands upon; and, from r|8 to$14 1
And when m1'h08t triedto To that hart leaped t
say mistoclea not of much :
of us. Tina we toll them we waa :boy'you''mayai>> ; ; : : :
dlaauade'mebr.afluring me that a mouth t bearing such unex
him the '
not drink, and the chief very ftlhUng,we gave bag '''
Greek n'atlarhad'been senta words in the
centl.em : and flt ding myself ordered us a couple of bot ing our vB.tuablesh1ch we '
fortnight before by the brigands to par:y of my own countrymen his own particular store, the side of the sleeping chief I 'j;

:nla'obstinate' relatives, to hurry the no more than describe the the proceeds of raid upon as several spare pistols to Is one of the)' .$?

negotiation: for his ransom' it so eensttion that thrilled through well to-do householder. ing our way without d1DK''magaalneaof:' '
"What cheer mates?" I
; would
roused bleed that I'yowed I '
my Johnson after a time managed we advanced toward the fillei. with, tW :
if I returned.close cropped as an the darkness. Anaweling' i,
go '
r and caaket
at1ate himself in the favor of the ravine, just as literary: ; ;
;-English tauter. Si away we atarted- tions of &astonishment greeted '
few minutes i"host and his friends y his around jutting piece of ; .' ,.Selection, A, say
myseiffluid: ThemlUtocies, the son of words; and in a '
'' happy manner and frank bear the three sentinels, _are hoard.. ti..
unshaven stries were told, and I learned
mine boat;;nallow; oath '
,ortDc the company with many eat conversation."Halt to.t. : StV. '
=mounted; uPon newfound friends'were the .
dirtier than his father my .
two..high-spirited donkey, ourfrevel- tarn and the supercargo of a ship *, which,: translated by The- ," whispered WilL', .Uisfoti._ ..;.J Phllit- at

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X04 Mooday..-Wooing l-t,'..,f.'the.-.Or- f\'l.. laS3bsCEr1iAEo1T3. '' I MISCELLANEOUS. NOTICE.k. ..t s; W
J iI) ;_1,bad 'a:?pleasant- call I f .DE BAY '1I < Ofllce. Gainesville' ,FlOi

....' '1 M '' 1 i PI L'WmS i d iof th AP i .3: ;-. : : A. January 23,1T
.. "' ._._.., '' "-,-, ,J.. ''''"'>P'-J"ft: !!
-':!-r.'.' -' .2",11.. ".. ., staltaral department at Wadungton, who :MERCHANTS' :LINE, CASH CASnrC.! given that M

i-" ;--':,"','?*f-.r ..t.t,,.... ..> ..x. .. tiv been connected th'ih ,Department stttler.has make final filed nodlt

;: :";.:. .... -. .- ..; ". rrom'ito'fotindation; .He holds"' the poationB DOUBLE DAILY.Carrying : and that said proof.ha
,' pro
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": '..- 4M-_..:.*,/ ......1r. "'crr-t-->-:EIw.tI [ ... ", :.o. of Pomologist, Landscape Gardener; the 'F. S. Mall. A. A. tewu1-, Clerk;
idft.r".ltUdIer. ems andis: reprde3-as one of the mostnaefulmenin I Fla.,on Sat..
:.. .,- <. "" viz: Francis
:- Steamers. Sander
mn 1n idriooe. the Department.. He is Elegant Side-wheel i
(!!:: AT TIlE City Point. Fla-Kj
..J;'1l:_tillsf. +seaetne>zte.paoe..ieeaosir Beat out to make an ezamination of the REGULAR JAIL X E i of S W i bf'j
,. ."':'. > ;:::$:' c. "growing interests and capabilities ) 21 S, Range 39 E.-%$
W :..... Gded,l bT.be : asp GEO.)I.DIED,Capt.G.J.Mcrcicr. the following t
saa. 1 1IUeDt1cD.i. < of:the State, that the Department may be Hg J QUAKT residence witness ,
of the'r I IL B.rL1.\T.apt.J.W, FitzgraM.AX1IA. upon i
iNitsid 4w..i enquire
:! better enabled to answer the many inqui- said land '
.tlneOCllltlt.aPe, vufm;
-tra .
.J.ya_: ries'now being received concerning Florida .Capt C.IL :Erock. STORE I... Faber. of City r .

4 ...;i a ;1. J"V pi' a has been'recently and its inducements to enterprise and One of the above' -nameti steamers will leave_ ;.: and I: ben Mo

_ .,: f'l5 tf' ""..... Lt i$ 'a' fourpagei ,capitaL: From here ProL Saunders went t'ept Dc Barr:Sundn-atS wharf foot p-m.of Laura for r otreet.tL.tT1 daily+\, : .1S'tGD es. Fla.L.A.liAEXESRegUtff/a- .a-a
v."".'.I',,; ... _1d anted. from to KiR.1mmee. He will cross through } EXTEIa'CISE and all iltcnneillate
.,.-, 'r,,'. .. -<... OFFIXAL
...: PROOiIx.
Polk Hflltborcrajh counties to Tam-
iI'T''i: : and JUnazecn..
'','..'''>..''.';, .,el. down at Gainesville FIal
'>:: :,!' i 13titepressi"'Aeeociation meets at pa, and possibly may take a run FREDERICK DE IUJY.:1pt.Leo.ogel.. Dec. 22,.1stl..J1:

jir"-- diA: dinner will '1)e' the Kisdmmce, before leaving the State.CONSUMPTION o hereby given that the; .
,:: wry tw '.Captain J.S.Mattheson.One
--- -'t
: aYJ settler has filed notice
Jacksonville Press
;...-J tl.b7the CUREDAn of the above-named steamers Trill make final proof In '

,1i..jy\:_Hie,at 11 L m.. and a old physician retired from active leave daily except Denary atnrday wharf;,at foot 4 30 of p.Laura m.. and street froms. I and that said proof.
-' "jiP "' i dftl ..ii ..;.1 FratertIJ practice, having had placed in his hands E.and W.lauwaywharf at 5p. m.. for The Oldest and Mot Reliable T. W. Faulkner- ,
'.: p ;; & .). importance by.an East India Missionary the formula Palaika Sanford. ,Knterprisc. and all1ntcnncdlatelu1dlno"S. ,t Miami, Fla.. on Tntda '

''-:_ e"__Eeeinon: -and,should be culwas of' a simple vegetable remedy for the Connects at Palatka with Florida Southern 3. viz: Samuel hodes,*-
nrsixcss 4523, for the S i of ,
of S<
ana Consumption
'''-('-'; -"": speedy permanent cure Railroad for Gainesville and Ucala.
.2.f. ..:f'""."if.t. >. Bronchitis, Catarrh, Asthma, and Connects at Astor with St.Johns and Lake : and lot 2 of Sec 22,Toms
i "
.. ..'!;.f.4Rjoj. ,....':'- ".- .L.,. all Throat and Lung affections, also a Ensue Uaiiroad for Fort Mason Yalaho. Lees- Range East. .,
"'.S r Ud i .. how OO the prooucBf. positive and radical cure for General De- burg and all points on the Upper Oclawaha. on Indian River, D'alin following witnesses:
:;"'ftiea of [ ("" steel' fagots in the urni- bility and all nervous complaints, after mond Connects and Daytona.Volusia with coaches for Or- residence upon;

'& !;1 yeu 1,696,460 tons, having thoroughly tested its wonderful Connects at Sanford with South Florida Ilall- said .!land m\ndr-
M curative in thousands of cases, road for Lootrwood,Maitland. Apopka City : JohntldlSODt'i
of 10 powers General
;: : per Altt-monto. Orlando Kissirumce. and with of Miami, Fla. *.
J.1ThA' quantity of: Bessemer steel feels it is his duty to make it known to steamers for Lat.e.Jes-nPI tall Lake: and Hock-. L. "\. BAILVEe )
his fellows. The recipe,with full particulars lo'-se and Indian Uiver. I :
ster U. S. Land of lce'-r
raiy produced in 1882'by; the, fourteen directions for preparation and use, Connects at Enterprise with coaches for None but strictly jirst-cla&i

..1-,0;; pleted< worbns, '. 1,354,519 tons, and and all necessary advice and instructions Daytona letnrn1ng and Mail New steamers Smyrna and leave Titu'llterpn.'ie rtlle. I Itnuht XOT1CE. '''f.i
_j inczeMeof: 6 per cent as comparedww1ththatOL1881:11 for Euccesfful treatment at your own every morning at" anti a ifort at 7:SO a. in., Gainesville, Fla.. ,. f
home, will be sent jt>u bv return mail, and 9 a.m.. nuking; close connections with and sold at this 27,1SS3.1 't
figures do notcore S.", F.and MT. JAUWSYfor all points North. January
free of charge by dressing with stamp Eat and West.rTThrough given that the follotr
<<. Xb.zaib. i'.madV. '\:jfrom:...":' imported steel or stamped 5elI- ddrC5.--ed envelope.' bills of lading given to all points. has filed notice of]
':I"Ii"r'7 J:O'' NooBS wd:ImPftJUZrUl steel. rails. Dr. 3L E. Cas#, The steamers of this line are all first classin final proof in sup
.!:"" 4..tr. _' 201 York street, Jersey City,X. J. every respect. -U- that said proof wi ,
&It_seems rather strange that only three JIention this paper. For farther information apply at General C. B. Magruder, DevutJ;
'"; :or Boar"mootM'agO'the SC Johns Bar hidpurred Ticket Odce,corner W.B.Uay w1T6t1S.3lanaer.and Laura streets. at Rockledge, Fla t :'oa,:

ao that fourteen feet of water Ilill and Stephen C.B.FEXWICK,Gca.Paas.Agent.LUMBER. 10. 1SS3, viz: Jas.'H.1
Remember A Dollar will buy county on nomeiteSlf> ,
have fine
just published portrait
; .aId.be.,_' ..i rried'oyei it, and that now, : S A of S E i; X E i of Sf
--s. : r*schooners drawing only ten andi'ekven pictures of two of Georgia's most noted i of:N E i of Section i:,'

.f! feet of.inter should pound on the statesmen: Gov. Alex. IL Stephens and Will be furnished to order on short notice $1.00 worth. S, Range 36 East. i'

ba: rbeti"going':over it.. Congress has the late Senator Benj. H. HilL Theyare at $15.00 per tbosand. Dressed lumber : following residence witnesses upon inJ w..

,il appropriated quite a sum of money for engraved from photographs and have 1"h1blbh'tJ in ? sail land viz: FranlBsl"
from thousand.
to 21.00
''%the construction ofjetties and if after been pronounced lifelike and perfect. per ;; Allen of Georgiana FfcJ

.a:Pthey are completed the stage of water onm'te Size 14 x 19 inches, on heavy plate paper.A LUMBER & SHINGLES i ;: and 11. S. WUliami. "'

bar should be as changeable as it is sample copy of either picture will be always on hand. Address orders to FI:1.L.BARNES, Register.: ;.S

now' the prospects of deep water at the sent by mail, post paid, on recipt of 50 ,,

J;-,mouth, :oL'that. .;rifer 'are' exceedingly cents, or the two for$1., cash or stamps. P. M. FISHER.J. The Headquarters NOTICE. '.

gdotibt f nl to:say nothing of the amount of Agents wanted in every part of the Southto t at Gainesville January,29 Fla., 1SS3.J.: "
sell these and other A.... GIBSON }
popular cheap ,
1ft"t.. that the follow-:
1 \ given
.fir.. t -:- pictures of famou men and women of the Produce Commission Merchant. has filed notice ofblf: "i
;{: The editor ofthe DeLand: Agriculturist South,Southern Scenery eta We also Opened for the :. final proof in support '

?ha .been leading! up the cassava question. deal largely in Cheap Jewelry, Chromo-, Jacksonville, Fin. and that said proof wtllb.
E f\ man: who i* interested in J. A. McCrory. Deputy,;
-,1Pf Heaays thejbitter: cassava has a light colored Medicines, Stationary Packages, Novelties [Late senior partner of the firm of Gibson court at Titnsville.. Fla.,oil.!

;. t atenilrhile the sweet has a'red one; eta Men, women, and boys and & Rockwell, dissolved Jan ht 1SS3.] welfare will l>e pleased to 10 1SS3. viz: n. SpW*

fthe bhteraiw cordrunnmgthrough'the'tuber. \ Point Fla.,, on D..,S..-
strong make fast
E girls can money selling our Re! pectfulIsollcU con+isn- ANDREW GIBSON de1P1l1al"L'I
:: : E -J of N W | of Section '
;...-,|; f .It is hard at goods. Write for catalogue and 'termsto nicutsof 24 S. Range 36 E. -'
q tinges to dirty garish it, from the sweet. Keeps the fine-t oysters to be
agents. Adres* HILL & ECEKOTN, following witnesses :lo.,.
j;Bitter CUBan is hardier. grower, and 40 JIarietta street, ATLANTA, GA. ORANGES, SYRUPr HIDES, &C. Tlluvillc, residence upon' and
} tb the sweet said land viz:G.W Holme*I
4The'juicealsomatesheca THE WEEKLY NEWS Has the largest' cash order trade of any AXD SEKVEU IX STYLE TO SUIT Geo. Chester. and Albert;.
: .
areepesauce Point. Fla.
Frut house in the State. -0- _
j 'ib_much praised for stews. 'hepoisonis L. A. B.\R. Rs .
will issued by the Plain and Cake made .
Return ads Salt. Fancy
rf l r day (/
acid it the action '
,;:prusia IS evaporated by [' COURT. ,
offire :People and animals have been Baker a Bread altcaya l
; :
; ,
: :' ; Cincinnati News Misting Co For Sale Cheap : .
+killed in the tropics by eating the roots t Also a firetcla.Barber shop }.Ain't claimed &t1.oo'."
;J" t and'drinking the water. The botanical The Fir Week in January. TWO SMALL PLACES_ADJOINING ;.

*name'of the,bittersweet cassava is Jlani-: of ten acres each, at City Point on In-! LUMBER : is hereby notified '
I I of this suit and unless 5
; Soc UlSusiaa and of the sweet Manihot, dian River; choice orange land and Will be ; .
furnished order E. Iii
bC:1u-1 to and
.' on answer before
M i
Pt-: : :Jo't It will be a Democratic Paper, devotedto
-rJl .- tiful river front, with 500 and 150( thrifty of the Peace, at Titnsvlllcl
.-53* .-...-..- Politics, News Markets, Agriculture, i I at 813.00 per thousand.LUMBER Florida, on the 16th3
?: ; WE are pleased to learn that the charter .and Literature, and will be edited with orange trees, a small dwelling and other: & A. D. 1SS3 judgemenS-s.

:'it. for.the new railroad from Enterpriseto !the view of making it a desirable Family improvements on each. !against him by dcfaolt.j"

:-' ;to this place has been obtained from Tal- Newspaper. Will be offered for a short time at a I Always on hand. PlainiifTs 3IKOR S.Attorney.JONES, "*.t.i'

;i. iIahassee,;mention ',which"appears in As a new candidate for public favor bargain, both together or either place C. MAGRUDER & Fla., February 1,1SS3-..4t ;',;

'oui,:,State news column. The charter THE WEEKLY SEWS will cater to the separate. Apply to 1
:fAt:' now:hating-been obtained, Mr. Watson, requirements of its readers. It will thoroughly O EMPORIUJ!a;
j one of the chief incorporators, announces di-cuss all live questions of the
41 3w City Point, Fla. Fast Hack SCRIMGEOUR
w ';that' wOrk sill be commenced thiS sum day.. It will give particular attention to s

:met:. :As1Jwl: + ',will be aided and the gathering of the news. Especial care : FOR SALE --'e- and Naturalist

tj' .supported by the DeBary, Line, who will be taken in compiling the various, The mounted with some'respectJ" :'
Cheapest and Most i.1-
fti. : .....:.could build,the road themselves if theywisheweliopeto market reports. In the interest of the THE TITUS HOUSE appertaining to shootias:;;>-'

see this road comstpleted farmer a goodly space will be devoted to ROUTE be found at my establish(;

: M an: 'early date. It; would @OOUii.rt.us agriculture. General literature and various osINDI.t.K ToTitusvillcauU rates.

that the road could be built and matters fitted for the family circle in the Celebrated LIon ..
RIVER CARRYING to paint in all colori'
U. S.
.;& ...j."ir' .,ejquippedintime. for the next winter will comprise an important departmentof The best and cheapesf,; ,
,. season; and if this fact could be substantiated the paper, and it will be the purposeof containing -4-- for House or Boat ;-

d.\: to our people acres of land, which the management to so edit and publish Large Office, Parlor, Dining Room, ONE trip DAILY between In great variety. suitable<.
r an now uncultivated would be planted THE WEEKLY NEWS as to commend it to Pantries Kitchen Johns and T>L\X use. ...
: to.vegetables for northern markets; or: and make it a welcome visitor in every Leaves Enterprise EVEEY ){ WARRANTED PURE. .

.....*pineapples, or sugar cane or something household. I 16 Large AJry Bedrooms, i iServants' riving at Titusville the SAME Astral Oil always Jf :

% :?that would be ready for immediate ship-, THE WEEKLY NEWS will be a large Quarters,

.W-.6.piDg.". :..._ _._ .quarto, containing sixty-four columns of and all necessary outbuildings. ReturningLeaves STOCK. .

r,4tT, ,--W'I(sincerely hope- -'that- our Legislature reading matter, printed on a fine article Cistern of 12OOO gal. capacity, Titusville EVEEY "Table" ware from the ::
'; :of calendared paper.In ing at Enterprise In the : Booth& Hayden
(during the,,present session, will give our I alsoFURNITURE-- Address Combs, Nick Nacks::
order to reach all classes, it will be
Boad law,oar_Hog law and our law relat- ety. ;:
}ff-t sold at the following low W. S. Norwood
;ug'to tbeoomniiaeioas' our Assessor ,Tobaccos Pipes a
." .:.and O)hector of Berenae, due cpnsidera- RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION: including Piano and Billiard Table. TITUSVILLE, articles. .
it;tian. The present Boad law is manifest- :A single copy, one year $1.00A "

...,x:17 inadequate to to--lu.e'j?, nntnpTirj and club of ten copies, mailed to one post- The Grounds C. J. HECTOR Scotch &EnlW1Ilt .;

"t.t Our,present Hog law may have been club of twenty copies, mailed to onepostoffice Hardware When you cannot ftn4. "
-ALc4DESIRABLE In the other In Ti
one $17.00A stores k-..
:well enough at the time of.its.enactment year R. C. S.a call and you ;
,but$;tates,:Counties and Communities A b of thirty copies, mailed to onepostoffice TOWN LOTS get suited. ii...

; .develop' ,'improve and'advance, in process one year' $24.00A General -

,'!:' 4of time,. "flj'fa';,this :development; ,what club of forty copies, mailed to one For Business or Dwelling Houses, and CARLILK. .

; have just and post-office, one year $30.00
imay been equitable years i GOOD LANDS
?r ago may now work a.manifest hardship,: And larger clubs at the rate of'5 cents For MERCHANT, AM SAMPLE ROOMS .
'1 ':to patin in mild terms, at the present: per copy per annum. Melbourne ATTHE .,
And in addition THE WEEKLY NEWS EasT to Responsible November 10th l 0. ft
tt ie. Aa to 'bur 'present law for the I PACKING
F"i \osislnssaaiofjbeaollectocof-Beevenue: will be mailed free for one year to any Parties. HOUSE.;.J

were" a premiuift offered for thenon- person who will raise a club .of twentyor Apply or address, ,' .

.W. ,ooDecdon. of. the butt end of the tax roll, more annual subscribers at one post. MRS. 31. E. TITTS "
:a: : BAR
,- -to; uSn'abetter'0D8- could not office and forward their names and address Pima -sordbrd ro t,, : ,

.be offered thins the"'present law. ,Did with the quiaite amount of money Titnsvffle, : : : : Florida. cols :lias !

4- 'KeDotrelran'' earnest desire for .the as per above table of rates. I anJQfaa_

, ". '?; ; ffj,fff\ f ytfttt and ',ifBI Plf\'eJDellt.. ,of'' our .Addreanf. THE WEEKLY NEWS, ..,.==!3 FARMERS and FABEIt always.ou. ughL''G f
beautiful State we would not thus urge, .... .. w.. K
.tf at we'consider-serious_drawbacks, to \\:.... 201 and 206 Ece,Street, ... y MM MaatMMw.a CAN MAKE l'G ortrs.., .-.., ii':,
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:'.> ..,..r.6:.:.:.: : ;;,;,:'":..- ....," .....'\.r.f':JH.p>"'F-'.t--(,Cf.. us.-*,." -,-A.w MAIL* t._. v- "-Ui. _.v. r"r.STEAMERS- 1 :( Titusvflle and;Bockledge..) RIVER LANDS FOR S.LE !:

'I' tY.1"[,.; $- }: :INDIAN BIVEBFIpRID Old FrieDb .and the' Pule' Generally 00.. : .'" P '
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{ rif t s nets dIlywllh be I, 1. w .. ,
,_ The' :Fart Ugtt-Draft .Steel Hull 0 ,. "r.'i -
.:ij d'a'ticbonleYeoc.. : ..... I are invited! = ., .,:; ,'
..,,';:t., 'M"'C"i...$ .;3:1'1: >'" ,' -- Steamer"CINDERELLA' .. : ; '.;. ''-'.:.''t- ..
. ;/) ecentl held in I DATE : ': .
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to patronage. = ": t
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f"'r o" .e el. \ wI1 Mrs. W m.. H. Sharpe, 2 '
."'.,.,. .14 id..three. stores be.erected Having ample and splendid accommo- TWELVE HUNDRED ACRES ,. "

Lathis Spring at Pansoffkee,.8omtercoUDty. dations for Passengers and Freight, and Proprietress. d' ., ," '.,._.., .
,.} "' arranged expressly for the Mall Ser- ,
J.t-A line been
telEgraph completed
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1 ; '. the' 6t: Johns and vice and Kaylgatlon. this beautiful STEAMER MARION! OF RICH HAMMOCK LANDS FOR SALE
:fijhreenVAstor; on < River, will commence' making her -.. .,
. i JJFort'MawnlrPalatka. regular trips on or about from the first to the Banning In connection with the DeBary Line. -'. ; -- t ;aIN
is being'troubled with thieves. fifteenth December, 1882,between Two Taps Weekly. '" .' :; ':I;

.One of them'succeeded ,in stealing. $200 Titusville and Lake Worth! Leaving Sanford for Rockledge Mondays SMALL OR LARGE TRACTS. ,. ": ". *

_there,recently.;' (Touching at all Intermediate Landings) and Thursdays. .::::. ..:.'. '.'
More cheap and well-kept boarding on each and every alternate
.: weeL Leaving Rockledge Tuesdays & Fridays.In e
.hoasessaY efwrafc are .needed in
", ,. --0- order to avoid disappointment to shippers. These lands are situated on the beautiful Indian River, TWO AND A-'HALF'
'Gainesville,' The CINDERELLA is probably the 1 .
A Snnitercounty man, James Harris most perfectly safe Boat afloat She has AU freight must be at BocUedge (Wilkinson's miles NORTH of Titusville, the County Seat of Brevard county, and ONE mile f a '
i ,
,has; shipped( 23,000 boxes of oranges and three separate and distinct Hulls, each a wharf) Mondays and Fridays.Joe. from LaGrange,where a good School and Church is accessible. .
"' ; I perfect water-tight compartment itself. H. Smith, Captain, H. P. Wilkinson -
:iis not through) shipping yet.
She has also all the mOdem
appliancesand & Co.
JodgerDawkins, of the fifth judicial' improvements of steam engineering Agents. Feb 1st CmiO The permanent survey of the Palatka and Indian River RaIlway. is: located.- .. *

. .circuit is still unable to attend to his duties & ., : J. M. Dixon, through these lands and the great Atlantic Coast Canal, which- Is .being'rapidly. ....... .

on account of bad health. STEAMER DUCHESS constructed will also close .' V' :"'> "'
TITUSVILLE, : : FLORIDA. run by. : :::, ; .

.J.-W.Harper, of the' great publishing' Nearly completed? will make Regular Dealer in .-. .,. ". .. ", ':'.
1 house of Harper,&Brothers, is stopping Connections with the CINDERELLLA, Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, t For terms of sale, address, -t. M.T.JONES, ,>*T-: ,, -

at. the, St.James. Hotel at Jacksonville. between Fancy and Toilet Articles, :...:.'. '..' "

TheTiraiters.of the Brock House, at EnterPrise'will Titusville and Smyrna. Perfumery Dyestuffs Mis Oils, atTituavilleFlorida. ,". .. yr

give a minstrel entertainment Further particulars in future advertise- Varnishes brashes,&almost everything until March 1st after which time address him at Long Pond, Georgia [42,. 'Ids,
on Saturday evening in the dining ment.undersigned .
kept by a IIrst:-class Drug House. ..'
room of that Jio se. :0- Any drug, medicine or In- .

The Dane of Newcastle and a party The desires it to be dis- strument needed by customersand HAVE YOUR JOB PRINTING EXECUTED AT" ,
tinctly understood that this line is "not not on hand, will be ordered.
have short time at the
been spending a for a day, but for all time to come"that "Prescriptions carefully compoundednight
Atlantic House; at Oak Hill. They area it is put upon this Route and River or day with accuracy and dispatchby The Florida Star Printing Office;

present:! at Enterprise. as permanancy, Summer and Winter; competent persons. Iy3G ?

and he respectfully asks the countenanceand .. i
of .'
In the contested election case :
encouragment of the people to sustain W. B. MOORE ALL KINDS OF- .
VB. Allen,'from the Key West District, him in his enterprise and venture, s .. ;- .

:'the State Senate' has decided in.favor of promising on his part to do all that lies General Commission Merchant, MERCHANTILE PRINTING. ;; '
the present incumbent in his power to make it mutually advantageous -
to all parties concerned.22tf AND DEALER IX Such as Bill Heads,Note and Letter Heads, Business Cards Monthly Statementsr
: of'wl'and :
On account disagreeable c

weather the fifth annual fair of the Middle W. A. L. OSTRAlfDER.50Gts Envelopes,Programmes;Posters,Etc.. Etc. .' ", ": '

Mechanical Groceries and I -. '.,' '. .
Florida and '. :
Association Agricultural was a failure. Only! 50 Cts Only! 50 Cts Only! Furnished at Short Notice. -: .-" '' ;ri* 's

Rumor has it that a northern gentleman Elegant Pew and Pocket Bible .' .

proposes to build large and commodious 5O Cents Only! Family Supplies. ALL WORK UNEXCELLED FOR EXECUTI'OI". :. : l
female seminary at Gainesville. This is by far the handsomest and best -

during'the coming summer. Titusville. : : Florida. ELLIS B. WAGER, : : : : : Propretor. "t
Bible for the money ever made. It con- November 10th 1880. tf 47
Tallahassee Land of Flowers:Old Chris. .. tf.fo'

Gray,.the champion hunter of' Florida, tains both the Old and New Testament ONE MAN'S CASH AS GOOD AS '"

aged nearly,one hundred years, came in ANOTHER'S AT CARPETS, MATTING, OIL .CLOTH,:, :::1

on Monday with nineteen saddles of vcn- translated out of the original tongues 'Si
ison. L U DOE N & BATES' Window Shades, Dry Goods, :..

with all the former translations diligently Southern Music House !
;It is reported that' young' Livingston, '

the colored lad who wanted the cadetshipat compared and revised.It Only House in America SellingPianos KOHN FURCHGOTT & BENEDICT. '':;', ,

West Point, has secured a clerkship in has a beautiful cloth cover, hand- i:, *"* : t .,,:;"f: .

'the Treasury department with a salary of aresnai JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 'fh. .
$1,200' a year somely lettered in gold on side and alsoon '. *' .* *- Y.

Tamp ..Tribune: We have in our sanctum back, red edges and printed in clear Special attention paid to Orders and CorrespondeD, .' z.-concerning v

a curiosity in .the potato line. It Goods. :>' ... "

consists of two potatoes of different varie- type containing altogether one thousandone .

ties growing on the same vine; one being
hundred and thirty four pages. Great Inducements are offered to [Dealers,.
ailed West India and the other a Provi .
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dence.them. L.H. G. Thompson"raised Bibles no better are sold for twice aud & OrgansOn Hotel and Housekeepers. \ '- .

even three times the ask for .' $$; ,. ,f.
The Enterprise Herald says the charter 1 money the One Price System. We keep everything imaginable in the line of goods mentioned above.'! w';

,for the railroad from Enterprise to Titus- 1I I I this little gem. : One Uniform Price to All, And That The 3'In ordering describe your wants, limit cost of goods and yon will receive Kx
ville obtained about ten. days
was ago '
"Ahau&otnegift for Sunday-School teach- what you order.
Lowest I .
with .the 'Governor's signature affixed, nown. '
and that Captain :Watson says work will en and &iolaraand one sure to beprized"Evangelist. The usual system of selling Pianos and .

be commenced sometime next summer. : Organs Is for the dealer to charge any ALTON, VHANN & CO. ,
price he can get for them without regard
Hurrah for: theRailroad.The "TIe iwndcr is, how anything so bcavfifutcoiiie to either a fair profit or the customers'

Enterprise,Herald speaking of Yo- got vp to cJteap"-Observer. Interest. But we are proud to say that p OW BRANI)
this has never been our method of selling.
lusia county orange groves says that the If you want a Bible now is the time to For the benefit of purchasers and to

DeBary.grove near Enterprise contains send for it. One copy of the "greatest of secure them the full.value of their money Orange Tree and Vegetable t Manure_ : ; kL
60 acres; the Baugh grove, near Orange we established at the outset of our busi- .
all books" sent postpaid to addresson ness, twelve since
any years I '
City, 70 acres the Norris of Spring -
; grove of 50 Address The One Price System. PREPARED EXPRESSLY for the use of the fruit and vegetable,growers of-:
Garden; 130 acres; and the Hull grove, receipt cents Only. aud to this we attribute our immense and Florida. It will produce a heavy but sound and healthy growth growing..trees;; J
near DeLand,140 acres. UNITED STATES rcEiisnmj Co., prosperous trade. Selling on this square:. and will supply bearing trees with the food needed for heavy crops of trait, :' r
.' I IT WILL GIVE stock and vegetables a luxuriant and tothe
Ninth basis, renders it imperative that the price nursery .
The people"of Leesburg and Sumter 49 North Street
latter tends to give size and quality and early i ,
be the very lowest one that can be given. good maturity. _
county are placed under much inconvenience 22 ly Philadelphia, Pa. We are pledged to this. We always have -
by the present mail arrangements.A done it, and will always will do it. It's ;

letter requires nearly a week to reach Valuable PropertyFor our creed and our practice. No other pi- & CO. "
ano and organ house deals on this princi- '\ WHANN &
its destination in Sumter county. Mail Sale -
ple.Our Wilmington, I>eI.Ask .;-.-,
matter from Sumterville to Leesburg, a I Thirty acres of land in the City Point prices in plain figures are placedon >

distance of fifteen miles, has to be sent to Hammock. Splendid new galvanizedWire every instrument. .A child can buy as Captain Jl Lean of the sloop "Agnea" to bring you a tact 01 the. r.
low the trader. All other '
as sharpest
Jacksonville and then up the St. Johns '
Fence around twelve acres. Five houses have "High prices and give dis r ,

over 200 miles.TheXissimmee. Hundred young and healthy Orange trees counts. PLOW BRAND.

Hotel, at Eissimmee' Forty bearing trees. Beautiful RiverFront The "One Price" system saves time In
Six fine and trading and is the only satisfactory wayto JXO. ANDERSON of Ormond,Agent for East and South Florida.MAKEHENSLAY ,
City,:was burned by fire on the night of acres as cane banana buyer and seller; for on the high price ,

the 3d inst The fire was first discoveredby land as there is in the state. Adjoiningthe and discount system, even though the .

parties from;the outside, a little after hind of the Hon. Win. H. Sharpe. customer buys, he is not sure that he has AaliaslLhYearineyossa traveling in this eoutrr.sars tfcat d Cheabl.'ie'Bustef a e, -
bottom prices. Horse and Cattle Powders sold her are wortb- !
midnight when it"was burning the kitchen Here is a good opportunity for any one less trash lie says that Sheridan's Condition. .u.e,
Advice to Piano and Organ Buyers. Powders are absolutely pare and'lmmensel-:
root Vigorous efforts were made to desiring to make a good investment, as valuable. So thin IT on earth will make hens lay like Sheridan's Condition Powders. Dose,1 teMpoonnu i a v. '
Buy quick. Why?Because an advancein la 1 pint food. Sold everywhere,or sent by mall fur 8 letter-etampa. L 8.Jotono A Co,Bocroc.MA&I.;.
save the.house which proved of no..avaiL: the place must be sold. Titles perfect price is almost certain. Pianos and or- -

The house and furniture were a total Parties intending to purchase can make gans are on a boom. The demand ex- THE TRADIXG SLOOP B. C WILLARD *

loss, only about$100 worth being saved. enquiries of Dr. G. W. Holmes or Hon. ceeds the supply. All the factories are d, i
behind orders. Dealers with cash in .' *
DEALER i, -c:
W. H. For terms and further
It Sharpe.
:was insured for 3,800, which was aboutthreefourtful hand cannot get instruments as fast as & 4Vf

f.its value., particulars address A. P. Perham Quit- wanted. Prices of material and labor are GeneralMerchandise *

Eamiton1Disston- of man Ga. or R. C. Perham City Point Fla. advancing. The present low prices of Pianos Has resumed her trips'on the Indian
: a' hk
party' I and Organs cannot continue and mIl! X
with River.
confer Peter of
:friends passed;.down. {he;, South Florida or Captain Wright not again rule in the nest ten years. Those
railroad on. Friday evening last to Kis. the fast sailing sloop "Mist" who will who buy now will save money. Large SHE CARRIES A' FULL SUPPLY OF ?

simmee..1. T..k: Johnson' : ,_and .K- Richmond =: carry parties to see the property.OYSTERS. contracts just made with Manufacturers Groceries, Provisions, Dry Goods, ,:
will enable us to guarantee present prices ,
had: previously made i:an arrangement !II! until January 1st 1SS2. After that we Boots Shoes Hats All orders promptly filled.., '
to meet the party at'the -"city on can promise nothing. Delays are dangerous. ,;, e
the lake"indVdot'them-onav; hunt in Magnificent' stock now on hand. CLOTHING AND NOTIONS. City Point, : T:. ., :; Florida' r '
J. ZELLERS, Seven Grand Makers: Over 200 different February 1st too.W. ,
the Wilds'Of South Florida. Johnson and U.-_ .
styles now in our warerooms. Elegant For Cash Only.
t Richmond yrp,farmMir with.the' country Will ship'Oysters: to order by steamer Pianos $200. Beautiful Organs $50 S., RYDER M vROCKLEDGE
to all points on the Indian and St.John's Easiest installment.Terms.' Sent on trial. Tho Captain thanks the public for their pa.
and,when they gel down .to their 'workare tronage heretofore bestowed and hopes to receive ; -ff *$
able-to Rive in shell or gallon.IfonebutbeddeSIClysters. Every,inducement that any responsible a share of their favors in the future. 48 Has just received and continues totkee
\ and enter fc
offer. 1
T'v Arw House can Competition with the
tauiment in any;.desired'quantity.' The'Disstonparty .J .tIt large or world. Dent fall to send for our Catalogues .NO'PATENT NO PAY. In stock a full and complete stock of Gro.s-
-' drain- small orders. and fall Price Lists, 1882..Address : cedes,Boots & ShoeswHU &> ;Caps, iii ;
are looking after the i
:age-scbeme;tad the,progreas of the i neLIt -.l Wfll'l- also. ship.- Turtle to' order... .? ", 'fyi Men & Bates' Southern,MEic House, PATEMT8.! ; great variety and General Ask for'Merchandise: vrhatever,' *
of description. ,
i5 Teporled\0't' iat. ;tbsy', lostall. their i"For. furthei particulars address'J. SAVANNAHGA.The ; '_ as to pp entablllty"of InTent&ns. free.Our every One price toaU/G tinned'A y
want. ;
"Gvlde for obtatnindPatente"r Bent free
baggage e in JiMiJIIm Zellerg; Great Whoteale'Piano& Organ Depot .' AddressLOUISBAGGEB&Cu.8oUcitars you may / '
, "lIoi :do'warned tf 26' St. Lucie, Fla; 01 tM SouJX. Patents,Washington O.C. Goods of every description," >
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I ? :. ,' Sanitarium. .
;*? "U" !: a .. abed the aott >tit itmpliw that lire The StOck '
py.a .
I ;:,' :..' -. } .i ;. ." .. :." be aura that we've go* Voaamany : ;
:"''i".r''L",,, : ..,.J. )...etingR dentazoid'11it.. a:>;il Wad. 'ih MaN naade.4thirdere0d '
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Midi io dito'destaoyi to Its adaptability to the ooonettMdeaandsof Oivisg Ksdfclaes *
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4 some
.-.P4dIf '' Blade presents '
; Prof. D. P. \
'.** .. \I-... i r=' 'fliY )i \ 'f ..... profitable market mutt be I first taken valuable rules for administering medicines Three hundred and

w .' ,'.".......: ."..\.'iJr......wla-.!: "Tad ur. into account, but,other things, being to animals in the November swered the girl aa she" fair'
tww." :t ) ;'I .. will follow the leaf. t:
? ... equal the beet success
1I f f :/'/;!J.! st : American Agrieulluritt.In -:
: ..Wher8hiep' been the "How times
have kept of adapted to many hat he
IiIi'. 'We t l of selection of a class sheep giving a drench to a horse, a '
..<< "''-'Y .'" ...'at:.aite .same locality ior..several. generations the soil and climate where they are to horn should be used In preference to an angel ?" dz'
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.' ." -" a ; : the type) becomes viry influenoed be reared.-Detroit Pat. breakage.Standing "Over 11,000, mamma.'* ::
. ,.,.J-4t--,, the battle for fear of
I, ...' by the soil on which they are "How about squeezing
.*Basiand. do not _sppta I in A Mother's Touch. at the right shoulder raise IiUcIi y
--t -*> kept. ;On the light dry soils or "Over 384.000 :
... "it lib. with the left hand under the squeezes
I the head
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d ''' regions the pasture is scant but "And kisses?" '
hilly ,
PS. ") "" A1' ...th der e. l'..I I In one of the fierce engagements jaw, and with the right band pass ;
":ie:" iii iii I..eoithey have-ids w ., rich, and the winter keep is generally near MechanlcsviUe a young Lieutenant the lip of the horn into the side-of the "Nearly 417,000."

_'t. .*.. b1aN-ea6o.' : destitute' succulent. food. Under i of a Rhode IlsDd battery had month and empty Its contents the There's our case."said the -

':' tlielnhiblYIi'eigbs :: -- such conditions any brood of. sheep I his right foot so shattered by a fragrant head until they are aa she deposited basket and
fw' being kept up .
.:'.= subsisted.by: hunt will become smaller finer and, if on I' of a shell that on reaching swallowed. If the animal Is violent the lawyer's table. "Look'

.:'; :"'M..ftetr.1DI. ., Ita'--:8. : brie ranges, more leggy. The wool Washington after one of those horrible place a twitch upon the nose to be documents and ifyoa'weot'farther '
t. ..;... ___ also varies with beta soil and climate I '
thesqnineL can bring
i ...: t-.u.. .' ambulance rides and a journey of aweek's held assistant or If he refusesto in a dczabora
_ by an ;
.:f".l i iut ube' Fish becoming lighter in weight, on poorer to to swear to facts.. We
_ ,..i'M.. : in fiber rich soils duritlon he was obliged open the mouth, the tongue may
and on
\ .t.....: J1 : ..:r.-1fwu":1ha. sacra Of undergo amputation of the leg. He be gently held to one side, the horn 110,000 damages and we doa ',/f
j:';; -r,'" ',. ....Hijow Is;'as dams had and in warmer climates.soil are curse, telegraphed home, hundreds of miles introduced, quickly emptied, and the for less than an eighty-act;

::;'aehrreri. : ...uicitreresi.. .orthe- :wastepoisoned Q'peIU Influenced under difference by in subject caie away that all was going well and tongue liberated at once. Under all with buildings in good repair.,
_< '4'r"-; "4 iist1a -: ,'theli; waters.. to variations with a soldier's fortitude composed call again next week. tieodde.i.
the greatest gentlenessmust
and amount of food as for instance, alight .
:: 7t tier,'..i'rte frmlt, unlsss It(may himself t> bear his scfferings alone. be exercised. Nothing can be .

_ ? ::1n' l: leas 1 nryr' .Urt ;crahpple.r soil In furnishing might rich good, if though'mail lightly Unknown to him, however his gained by impatience or hunh treat A Wise Request.\

Y.;'urt.a: : : di>l kinds :were. -abnn.r .. quantity mother' who had read the report of ment. I. __ A

'- ......'... which waaMoat stocked, grow as large strckasrich his wound, was hastening to see him
medicineIs .
.. ... ..I u ot jwasnol soil fully stocked ; but this would not She reached Washington midnight, For the ex or cow, liquid The widow who died in
natural under ordinary preferable, given from the bottle
be the tendency
'<*arenslnrthad; been! broach and the nines would have kept her rather than the horn. The bottle is surgeon named Bradahawe let...
_ q','';. .6L._'" $otttte;'and.:;wlthdrfacah v circumstances. to the English College of 8c
_.. ..,'. .. :'<- .. ; The Transhnmantes, or from seeing her son until morning. more manageable and one is, lees '
;'1r "ILI".to':ripsn'ln_a Northern fats traveling One sat by his side fanning him as he the much to the College of Ph w ___
to it to
.t Merino flacks of Spain were slim, tempted use pry open
< trick.. k:Jahorigines .plucked the slept her hand on his feeble; fluctuating and thus lacerate the provide for an annual lectors.J
their perhaps
long-legged sheep, considering jaws,
;xealisstesrawlithf he' husks' aud his name. The first
; pulse. But what woman's heart was give'month
: also. Elevate the head only
due doubt the
ai.p. which was no to tongue '
% : iey nl of'them of mother by that great snrgeoC
_ .... .... -- togetherwas scant herbage and the long distance could resist thep leading a enough to prevent the liquid running
.:/- at wear's'. :: 'crop.: they were accustomed to travel between then? In the darkness she*was finally from the mouth. The bottle should most cultivated man, Sir James, ]
: ;teeajM.b gether with the;shoulder- allowed to glide In and take a place at on "Some Rare and New D .
Into thethroat.
...: their summer and winter pas- not be pushed back '
.dS.ot..a.formIDC.bDlln; his elds. She touched his pulse as the It abounds with research and 1
.... United The should be left
p7 the States
_ ;; .tmage. Brought tongue
y:, : ,{.; ; nurse had done. Not a w or 1 had been He said that of course many*
< and placed on small range, with bet free. The following Is a very neat
:;:;ltil 1'rltil'sx.. ...... ,t+-, ... .. .> a ter feed and care, they Increased In spoken but the' sleeping boy openedhis and efficacious method : If standing, that seem new-Bright'* ..
as ty and said "That feels liken instance-have merely been
; Ztt ci..wae'known to theIadlyrus'nowPzst size and decreased In len th of leg. yrs : place .the left side of the animal .
; y mother' hand. Who Is this beside Ed, but however much of what, .
here The same sheep on the rich, cultivated against a wall, and standing on the
i< .In.every, vat to be
'f me? It Is my mother Tarn up new we may justly
: ( '.t of all !. soils of France, and with high feeding right side seize held of the upper
-1 wysake 'pette the gas and let me see my mother." previous oversight, there yet
; 1V.!bivs tbe Jjnort-firrn urhamr became very large more than double j inv by passing the left arm over the "
The be evidence that
two dear faces met in one long, enough new<
1 irhiohoomblns the qualities of abunfattenlng their former size, In a period of elxty head, and bending: the latter far I
joyful embrace. The are In of evolution-
fobbing gallant progress
;tintmWr'of 'of, years. Selection had something to do round to the right, slightly elevatingit.
.i early '
.. ) easy fellow, j uit 21, had his leg amputated I peculiar joint disease dIacorir'M.
atuaarhy V and of dobUKy in the joke with this result, but without the rich With the right hand pour the
:.t ; on the last day ot) his three years service Charcot Sir James aald
to big the Devonr, an ancient race, food it could never have been accomplished. I contents of the bottle into the mouth : l..
underwent operation after Ueve there Is not an old s
opera ]
;; ....t 'trie,first'' settlers, of. the at Its angle, using the least possible .
and last death bones diseased tr
tion. at when drew so ) in our
% t ew, England coast and fitted by The various mutton breeds of Eng fcrce.
: .,: nigh resigned himself In peace say- there is not one in the Muses
tf land show the effect of soils In establishing
jtiriny qualities far dairy :
.: s 'thtiii ,, Ins "I have faced death too often tree I cannot find a
: to notice or
r f by their delicate flesh for .slangh types. The Southdown In its Lok After Your Stock. '.- -.
fear it tion
now. of one, and yet' this
'et rsiie;pas:Vy,their qoickness for early history was bred without particular
'. It Is time that some provision be now so far from being thillBuzzird
_ '\I,;; "" --'; we have the. ; Arjshlres. care in selection and tffjrds a The : Man who made for the comfort of farm stock rare

.: "i efpisis-it: \.of, milk, strongly in good instance of what soil will do in was Nigh Unto Oeatnr Where house room Is not possible, has had nine cases wader'1
at time.1' i
with.forms establishing type. They described eye one After giving
( eliMd to batter; fitted forhave are I .,
shelter be
good made and
can easily
There la el other 11 lust
a general understanding I interesting
ei u having inhabited the hilly
s&thiba :.-.r the:AlderneysJersejs po
that freezing to death Is an agreeable cheaply by building rail pens and James said in all these facts
ytti" abe :oharmins; pets for tions of Eigland: from the most
mode of quitting the world and covering them with straw, cornstalks, enough not indeed to 1 .
: eT farmerS with their rich milk,, ancient periods of known history of many prove;
1tI' leaves
x !4sslfacrs: i (ind then we.have the that country. In the southern part of persons who have come near to mak- or even from the woods, which lustiry.. the belief that wehav ls|
be held
Ins their exit in that manner confirm can in place by brush. The examples of diseases which ban si
; fBlsehorHoLtein: ': cattle the Her country there is a range of low
'I&'!t; istds the but better
Nhsr' breeds,while some.of the gradually on the wrath to the phrey a Canadian who nearly leI ze to than no protection. time within the century andhi,

., 1F" pd''qinUtle .of every treed have seacoast and on the north merge into death in a recent storm while driving A farmer that will allow stack: to since become sufflolently freqos&tsj

-.. iaie ialrj impregnated the old-fish- rich, cultivated lands. These low hillsor homeward frjm Wallacetown to hunt shelter from the cold winds and acquired sufficiently constaat4f|

excellence "downs have soil Aldborougb, has given the following storms cf winter in the comer offences distinctive character to bit dfeMfs
;loBefl native stock._ The a ofcn : a dry and |
...' eattls.Is,due to the''farmers. By covered with a rich, sweet, dense he redescription of his experience to the St. or the leeside of a stable corncrib in general terms and called Jbi/iq

:#t., jiiieioBs ttossing animals are'created bage. Without special care this soil Thomas Time: "When he felt no or out home of any kind, will be names. His hypothesis U tha$< j

a who convert Into milk or beef what- produced such sheep as these from a longer able to hold the reins with any reckless of home comforts to the samedegree. diseases are among the imt

; 1 'itjetirs fuss 7;ci"them who give ahafrmdaaf description given of them belt re Ell grip he determined to etek shelter in More than twice the amountof the results of mcrbiclj', ,F

d .. *.,of milk if milk is 'wanaboae man took hold of them. .' Long and the first house until well warmed. food will be consumed by a brute changing and combining in".tajf

"I '#" i of fat if beef. is desired, thin in the neck, narrow In the foree His tongue became stiff then his which is thus exposed, and even then mission from parents to o..lf

-.: s 1'and''wJao,*coming earli r Into th I quarters, high in the shoulders, low irm', sharp chills ran through: his their condition will be wcne in the Sir James laid very great; 'drop'the .

dMry 6 war i.helIWb '; save a wholew..n I behind, sharp on the back and with back, and finally It seemed as though spring than those that have had value of museum?, 1D'

; --! '':/jtatTs. --__ of fe diiJg0P flat rib, their only points being a his whole body was being congealed- shelter and been kept comfortablywarm changes of structure may be p
''&' !:t; 'When we some'to hogs;we wonder good leg. Their mutton, however I causing an almost total cessation of through the winter and only for study and comparison. "We,

_ J ::hew the Indians ever existed without chiefly from the excellent character of the heat's action. ThLi condition of half-fed. o have in our museums spedm**!

j.fr .thiswattbcugh ear'Hebrew friends the pasture was of the. best flavor and extreme suflericg and despondency Straw can be stacked on a frame of which we might study all the gJftj

do raitieany'portion cr product of highly valued. speedily gave place to a feeling of wood in such a way hs to give protection lions of change of structure s from tf

: ll.h.':SmcsMB": anlmaL They also The black-fa, ed Scotch cheep, an grateful warmth suffusing the system to a large number of cattle, sheepcr to type all the changes due to ptf

.,.t I have beta'greatly improved by caret old breed In Scotland, are another and canting an exhilarating glow. horses underneath,and the saving gUng of fol'ImaU varieties' of dlsfsjf

+ .t 'III1 lIt hia instance of the By this time he had reached of fodder will pay the cost, for when
: .: and, CoL Lincoln of effect of soil and also a house all hybrid forms. We need tip
ir1 ="' Wowertsr has rendered climate in the but he drove on,thinking that straw Is not protected in some ,
.;: them Immor- production of a tvpe. nothing way able to stud all these thina a...I
t jtal bi his reports on tbem at cattle- I They Inhabit the hlL's where Norval'a was new to be tared. The sleigh half of it Is tramped in the mud and naturalist or comparative anatsirineeds '

!\o-n' :tlrairia He has established the fact .'father fed his flock," where wolves instead of crawling along at a snail's lost. Straw racks are best if made his specimens" .>*

'_ tibat pig':are a i happy' people. City and foxes frequent. They have a life pace appeared to glide through the substantial, and if so, will answer the ,

: : 'may' talk sUsparagingly about of continual expoeure upon bleak and air with great swiftness, and the purpose for which they are built for1"eara.OOuth Monsieur. Mr. and .Mrs.!

q it Ji IIWJ1k.!pic., To live like a pig isv storm.beatea: mountains, cold rains horses fairly flew like pigeons. A and West. J '

;,i to lire Ilk*gentleman. and mists, with deep mows In winter; sense of exaltation filled the farmer's Those whose knj"edp of Frsasl_ ,

.YdL6oapit.I.notpermitted:; ; by the covered in drifts they are many times reast as he urged the horses to a A Young ,Man's Peril. limited to the word "monsieur,"say,

:t film o( natere that a pig should laugh compelled to snbsht on heather, dug greater speed, and the woods on eachside they are legion, may &
:t.r",q; ,erg"fits:,,aII., he ,enjoys the next from under the snow. were passing so quickly that they The, were In to see a lawyer yester- the following remarks e1':3: II

blessing oT.lul1l'1ltftJt7-the dispositionto This location and fare produces "a became Indistinguishable black lines. dat'-Mary Ann and her mother. in a French paper at

oFi ; ; grow.: 'fat. How easily he goes horned breed, the horns cf the rams Then the sleigh bells sounded fainter Mary Ann was a little embarrassed late themselves that they pronouaet

#' d''.,"'through! the'world I Hs has no fancy being massive and spirally curved, until the chime disappeared in the but the old woman was calm. When rightly. to: wki

.", 'It .atoeks:to' buy,...no- bank. -notea to pay, the muzzle is thick, the eye bright a distance delicious, the slumber farmer, fell which gradually came near Into th y spoke about a breach of promisecase 1 "depuis" "Neufily"wand such' whet
aeiadigaritios meetings to hold. He and wild the ,the lawyer asked: I offer Insuperable obstacles whl"
;; body square and com being the sleep that knows no waking, ;
? iiao. vemedoa.to take the benefit of pact. They are strong, muscular and and he knew no more until brought: laW Iat evidence have you got?" I surprised to learn that the lU'QDaMI

f';'the bankrupi act,et to have bis estate active, although net a heavy sheep in to life under a vigorous. treatment. "Mary Ann, produce the letters" lion of"monslecr"a sort of Paris'

,:W confiicatorf$ ,to defray the.expenses of net weight of mutton. Religious Books commanded the mother and the girl shibboleth. Itwasnottlllthefiftssi

a f i.the/settltmenu. ,Free from all the On the contrary the low rich tolls Among the took the cover oft a willow basket and century that"monrfeur" sreh

it> trouhles:that disturb the busy :world have produced the heavy Lincoln and People. remarked that she thought 937 letterswould from mews jcrcivre+n. At this:tithe

;tt.: j.t'ae.. -. ': ,asj ..unconcerned among theciisiicss the improved Cctswold,and the Lei "If." said the late- Daniel Webster do to begin on. The other 631 ending was fully pronounced

};:\J.:r '" of'the, earthly.i fl sits as was cester. All classes of stock show this to a friend "religious books are not would be produced as soon as the case its r, as in "leur'* nowadays'f'.M II

"1.J:{r''" the'elattsm.=who.wsa awakened in the adaptation to soil and climate, but widely ciiculated among the masses was fairly before the Court. when the word ceased to be exdsstIT

-.t .eatllastliiht of morning by being told I none so plainly as sheep. of this country, and the people do net 'And outside of these letters r applied to the nobility abootl.

'.:! 1 : Wwa: 'breaking., "Well," said he, The lesson to be learned from this is become religious, I do not know what queried" the lawyer. end of the 'seventeenth eantarjr.'l w

.'ia lie'turned again to his repose,, "let that sheep should be selected with reference Is to become of us as a nation," and Mary Ann, produce your diary" frequency of the appellation"oat>r

fiP = "day hreak4ie owes me nothing." to the soil on which they are to the thought Is one to cause solemn said the mother. "Now turn to the the slipshod pronunciation that i
reflection -
s -Then than ire the sheep in all their be reared and fed. Of course under on the part of every patriot heading of 'Promises' and tell how interesting a fact to philologist;Y

.. i! : Tariettss, which .would be an import aitlficlal methods they can be made' and Christian. If truth be not diffused many times this marriage business the r was dropped. The 1IrA.JWI

,:J iii'' iieoent in the agricultural wealth to do well in localities where they error will be ; if Oed and his was talked over." which was pronounced '!moats"lrho
:1 a[ few,'England. if farmers could be would not do In "The footing 214 times," sixteenth: M
eo a natural state.a Ai word Fie n<-t known and received the the answered century; and which!

..., .,: a'.M the miserable cars role the forage on light, dry or hilly devil and his agency will gain the girt perhaps survived in the nautical wi

2 :'whiolttIiisat'the country, and which evils, being dryer and the grass thinner ascendency ; if the evangelical volume "Now' turn to the heading of "'Dul used by Jack Tar, d cfDibdln "...

.": ; initieofloneranderlttmpestbi e and perhaps sweeter is ling. and give us the number of seer," became '
adapted to does not reach every hamlet the times modified to mo, taoi
to'rabe:a..flock:of llte p. Ulstobe:1t growing fine wool or light mutton of of a corrupt and licentious literature pages he has applied the term to you." there is .a learned dispute .as ,

.-Jl. < >:hoped ttat: the day will come when the the best quality, while the heavy fOUifumlah will. ; If the power of the gospel not 0254"If times.I hare" flared right the total Is whether this is DOS a pir&of theToit i1

t.nit.W1lp.faw 'tues.'andwho'k grass and forage succulent andabundant'well felt through the length and breadthof ; pus < Then "mo-slea"' besi
haiaricht tohavehis prepertyprotecedby5tbiliwi"aettisit'thepastcn t suited for. I guess you counted pretty "mesleu" which
the the straight
l production land anarchy and misrule, degradation for is g gencrallj \p
r:: in of large carcass with early ma and misery, corruption and jou are good in arithmetic. Now ncunced aa "xn'slen" to 188t or UGI I
wbloh he has a flock of sheep withont turity. turn to the heading wishes talk '
drunkenness, will reign without mitigation .ofVoodbine to aa- a Yeaipaoro0es
.. ..;k IMig ieard them killed andothroattgiet'bythin ee The idea advanced by'a New York or end. .Religion papers axe he Cottage, and tell us how many Ta'eeu.". Perhaps' some one'.tor tIII
." .:worthless hounds.of dairyman that breeds should be madeadapted as 'valuable. as ellgloaa"boob.-E Ex-: talked of ,such a home for YOU' country wlll trace for*m the-fictlll

..;t' ;:'t,,,.-,..'otty.;tettow"- : who.Imagines himself to locality Is a good one, in so cAai Qe. "" after marriage." false of the word, .'m1Iu-.1I

;-'t.t.; .. 'The footing 1395 time" degradation to Mrs., or :of mattt
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V blood
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-) : ; :
< '? .w. J.t J ,. hada ooa"eo j a..1 'Theybaq'tissra :. ,too << '
> : # : ; r. ;;, }:il '. '" 1 + .' much ioqilrlea Professor' Baird :says *|L ::
: : blood tfvlnjr headachea; 'badfaille
f'tl.; ...:.' ,;.r U_ - III .. ... < d IQ the Inthai
V.'SM laic' mouth ;
ctnaltraiise ; '''.
'; \: ''' Sfeatp safety Tde j9k 'of futDreB based on$ ''' 'if. ;
.: .
!.. 'r\V. _"' .a l .. 'been etocked :since .therwork >.J.H,
< variable
"<., -.f. .. d1votabelo..; ... ..,. ..,.,"* teii engeaeicenb,> and tie kuyerpaibliring Iona ,even may,; however, appetite, sickness at stomach; began,' 'Newaltplicationere: !

};',ii-p:--.i.1;Hlaiiato_ JII8! rr....; t ,. .o/a"., )'t;: :, ; .-..... 'i*.,>'. -i 'at fivarable'momenti:; ahead largely exceed'Ule'vola De'of'a UIJJ. chilliness' cold feet cold.,and great susceptibility .received i ;at the rate. ,of.attpto,. ,, :;:

r of his wants coald time the for the to taking One cr more :
,., yet so same commodity Is sold over 100
'''}::1: 'f.: i'I .. .. '. of adaylaaddiiiintolO.XOonfllel)
: '' these symptoms Is always present.
; "'F"N /"'1'J'! '!:\.' arrivals as to meet his regular require and over again. They may be said to height +
-'J :J ...M eo od,ftvtao ons than my anlchave: Sometimes a bilious! person ,has a Thecap"a&ty/is"830j"; :ou6Te t { .:.
;.Wt. 3w!' :tietompttht; :" "1 : meats. represent;:not.the vdime of the crop,' yellow tinge about the face and feet, the ,cost.\$200000, 'anazthiee. %

., 1. raione opontheroad=I..ma.d, That: .is what "arrival" are In the but the number of hands tbroagh the 'eyes.beca.n.e obamber f holds 607,000, *tolls'',o!:ice,'-I.:+ '
# .. ::......ecfI U101llh': >. phrassology .of. ,m3dern'conmerce.. :which the crop has passed, that Is to which Is yellow, Is will be used foratoringdreieed'beetand : ; .r I'
:1'... 3heoi mO&t'ai. mrfeet'Ipearddsatinct.. a tho not withdrawn from the blood ; It is .
They are still in use to.a considerable say, :various trausactinna In it. mutton. The Qhl er4 4
; : :
; eoaedoa'1 : ojrefrlg ;
woIC the
: : business of the liver to do that
f extent in all the principal markets. Legitimately used as a means of insurance i. ting cars unload at the doorT "*
nevi vtertate or,though yon twice, but wben it does net do it, it Is said to : .. 5 :.t 1 '
futures therefore of
The main of the business of are, unquestionable
'00: ;;'pd.lMpoundl". portion The manufaetare.'Of .
zv' .
7 '" be lazy, does not work and the physiclan carbons :'free !t
beheflt all around.
;: Theyare
the world in the staples famished by
1:1i:: ,pafsted lee at ant but loon the tact upon begins at once to use remedies from h cm. a accompllsbad,'aeoord- :-
"t- .5 1 t..:..:" ..broke:' this country done under the contract simple means of eliminating every which are said to "promote the action ing to Jicqaelaln,1 in\Ctynpfei" A.JJandos pxdv.
safe tore-waxli of the wagon tad thus to thewhtndwheeL system In one shapa or another. possible speculative risk in carrying .
> of the liver." ( .. 837J, by_ passing/drychlorine: 5 ;.
"- ;: spoke. Italy, France, Austria and Spain, for out orders for the buying and selling '
&Illdencdtoshe'anewertana it'came In so.I It has been discovered within a-few gas over pulverized coat or coke s>ieiaF-';
; :
of. Oar fathers often
; our weie
instance, for the part twenty-five crops.
':1eentalow_ :' that "' Ed to a bright,:redriessAllisofthe: :
x cr yean acids "act on the liver ; .
i.. Tears at least have contracted for their ruined through doing spot businesson
) before than ,
E'i na son silica alumina i
yynofYrthernow and .
,.;. such as nitric acid, elixir of vitriol, magnesia; .:w.u&
:f." '''w reaahparagorVia tobacco in the United Sates months a comparatively moderate scale,
.. as alkalies and
i.L metallloloxld
W ; : if
:G and vinegar ; but these are artificial iiOuJ4
they unable to
before were
,, (lawattedtbe.zFJolndabnt, no farther anS It came to.market, and Spain acids, acd do not have the uniform be. converted. Into, ,-v4etlle.: ohloridea: ". ,
realize their
.. : s.-ff..y ewer CUD&; for ,even twa and thrae years supply on until a and '
.' J!'; iton wheeze were too bury,and the hInd. ahead. The whole tendency tradein decline ,in price had used up their good effect of natural acids whichare .expelled; even the: nydroenlsv' I" "
' driven off bydeoblorla'acid:
'J.' 'V wsweto were the same; capital and cndil-1 Y. Sun. fund in fruit and berries. aa .1i1i"Me
. these days is to distribute crops as
JKU* lad though attained my beirlng much,de- Timnier, the French-aironant ..
'***' rapidly as possible and equalize prices STIMux .-The best # .
...." presilngweUmyhead.i'.By I :
Is the
$ hind-wheels throughout world. Words of Wise Men. possible thing for a man to do when'he projecting manufacture otitakYelliptical :
4 awe-wheels, or by not another '
: .world was aid.tllMmatteraetmethlnk1nx.- feels! too weak to carry anything baloon, ,whlcn"ls, tel: ;!.;:j'.f'driven
''; how In life ,one The uncertainty as to the time the A babe In a house is a well spring of through, is to go to bed and sleep fora by. 'a 'dynamormachine''and N

f J-feSS*- ,. buyer would receive his merchandiseand pleasure.-Tapper. week if storage batteries.v:The baloon win
kTy. .-*'.....ft4\cites knows= he can. This is the only recuperation ; beIJ.;
t }pr.f. ::Of bitter eontrorerslea( with theworda, absurd the circumstance' that it often Whatever Is worth doing at all Is of the brain power, the 131 feet long, and will.have capacity '

1 'r'.. .-l' '-1.f- u those;' arrived in a damaged condition were, worth doing well.-Dltraeli. only actual recuperation of the brain of more than, 100,000 cubic.feet'-,It.Is -1t
t' merit
'HowJBany'cltlni what la after all
.a. S 4 but late.., however, continual sources of anxiety' Nothing 'great was ever achieved fore, because daring sleep the brainis calcalated to give;;a llttingipoRittof V "')" :

I 4With: BOOC3BS that oUiera make for them ex- and made the opening for present without enthusiasm.-Emerson. in a state of rest, In a condition to three and one-halftons; :'whichwillf; ,- ..

t': ., '1I111D11.Y elate. methods easy. The enormoru increasein Who cin all stnueol othtn UUeccap, receive and appropriate particles of when the machinery)a1D')1adaaUOW'ft?;
! ; .' .-1' k;"'''' the volume of trade and the Ii bat a brut,at beat.In human_ abape. for passengers '
ton '
neces of ,
!ij3 J Yon wise and mighty stateunan just before nutriment from the blood, which a and ballast & ';h
" ".' :;f".,his fallow set, sity for a quick release from responsibility -JCVZlU, l'ih.' .
j You may depend upon It that he Is take the place of those which have The board of'.wnimlsBloners f ,
f 'Satrevu fore "It'beal in the farther
4 t. ); wagon on any one transaction aided '
t1% .*"f"rom the hind to get;' a good man whose Intimate! friends are been consumed by or in previous proposed national .'exposition of rail* ,
;F& >s.jjiaijg along in hit implaoenee,as he thinks, the movement ; and when commercial all good.-La ater. labor; since the very act of thinking way appliances have' i issued aidrcular"; '. r _

WK.., M..b, a:.-i. rA,toMJDe&D4Iame. correspondence came to be done almost We should look at the lives of all as consumes or burns solid particles justas announcing that :they have; ecored '}; :'

l%**% <'i!i'Tofiad'; the"Jouraey ended,hla position just exclusively ia large affilra, by at a mirror and tike from others an every turn of the screw of the for the purposes of the :exhibition the i

*s'4'p: the same. telegraph, the Exchanges were forcedto. example/or ourselves.-Terence. splendid steamer the result of the consumption Inter-State Exposition:Buildings,' in' :..
W "Abe,.uel Uo11er' lea,but inch beIftl adopt what is known as the future ** '
no !
- It 13 only necessary to grow old to by lire of the fuel In the fur- Chicago; and that their to i.
:;; ,' 4'yondUgataed; contract system-that is, the futures nace. Theeupplloftbeconsuwed brain to hold the exhibition during Jiveand JBatantly J"
became more indulgent. I fault ; ;
1,, rAnd he grumbles that despite him,one posl5JtitlOB see no
.",:,e Mo.4'-. is maintained. >- EO called, which are now under Investigation. committed that I have not committed substance can only be had from the the fore part'

;f" ry'ta S Not reflecting that the 01l'Dr,who can every- myself.-Goethe. nutritive particles In the blood, which large guarantee: fund has'.already.been :'tif. 1\

f;' "t ,J thlag control DAlly and hourly reports from every We should do by our cunning as we were obtained from the food eaten raised Chlcago.: Applications'Ibif .

?.t.f.. a: '.;Bade;';tnrpoee Urn ever roll.aa:the hindmost,for a fitting market in Europe and America are do by our courage always have it previously and the brain Is so constituted space'should be"made 'early; to -'the, '.. '

{t' ii'ai mi' posted in the Exchange, rooms so that ready to defend ourselves, never to thatit can: the best receive and secratary, Mr.',,E. H.Talbott'Grand' ;:. ,:

:,If.lt: 'j.p rr mJp: "roadway'drawn the,wagon o'er the steady superior information is almost a thingof offend otherj.-Qrcville. + appropriate to itself those nutritive Pacific Hotel, .,'Chicago,'111.* '/- ... ,'",
,#:,- ':TO!cndathe weary jOIll'lleJ"anii, the light of the past and the man of moderate Neither a burrower: nor a leader be: particles daring a state of rest, of the A new. test for gold'leafwis aocKdentiy ;;

Cifi. -", ....daJ'baa cone; : means has a chance with the cap!. For loan on loses both Itself and friend; quiet and stillness of sleep. Mere discovered at theFarrell.Vene \\f< Jt,

11. j JLnd..:;. aUttertvalrlo. of men,the quiet thinker talist. And borrowing dolls the edge 6UAKESP2ARE.of husbandry.. stimulants supply nothing In themselves I. \iirArt Glass,Mwufacturlng ":'l "i
!i'f' 'Are idle aa the quarrels of the fore and hinder Now, the present dealing in futures Life,believe,la not a dream as they goad the brain and pany's works In 'Brboklynv.By\thi*'J\j1'. .

._ it: .' ,-' --.WneeU.sv .- simply covers all the points of safety So dark.rages say; force It to a greater consumption of Its Farrell process the leaf;Iv!placed on: ;ttrn...

."' e ....,.'r, .Lo'-.'"" made in illustration we have givenof OA a little morning rain substance until that substance has the Incandescent glass;which Ittnctt i

Z: ji.:''Illegitimate Dealings,in Futures. the contract of the Chinese mer- ForteUa a CHARLOTTE p1e&IWJday..:BBDITTK. I been so exhausted that there Is not blown. The expansion,splits the leaf I '\ ;

";;";" ,II( -... chant and the Southern planter A man should never be ashamed to i enough power left to receive a supply, Into beautiful and fantastic forms; ids; \1-:"

through its various stages. Toe ,future just as men are so near death by the object is then fired,covering the ,
What .
really; are futures? How own he has been in the wrong, whichis v.
,* '). ji (hare. they grown up, and what practical In fine, is a contract on paper for but saving in other words that thirst and starvation, that there is glass with the vitreous material.:;: ia'Ay' ',.

t a :effects, good or evil, have they prov'docedorare the future delivery and receipt, he Is wiser to-day than he was yester-. -not power enough left to swallow any using a guaranteed .999 quality of told:,.''ii

jt : 'likely to produce? The within a specified time of a specified day.-Pope. thing, and all Is over. leaf, the workmen,found that the expansion -; < t

f :'tnteresfat'they involve are so vital to quantity of merchandise at a specified Thera are many men who appear to Almost all persons become bilious as separated the gold;fromT,the I :.

\f/ 1 the whole.business of' community price. The actual merchandise' may be struggling against poverty, and yet the warm weather comes on; nine copper,alloy, and the object:ira* ornamented :; i:!

:' ,k f*that thej.oUght to be thoroughly un- not be delivered on that contract, are happy; but yet more, who, although times out of ten nature calls for her with' gold ''and. a., handsomo. ** ,'.:
.. however for futures are used as a own cure, as witness the almost universal green, the latter color being due tho "b;
F*# dentood by every one. Yet a large abounding In wealth,ara miserable O ..It .< t,
means of insuring actual transactionsas avidity for greens," and for oxidation of.the *
..t put".of the,testimony taken by our .-Tacittu. copper.. .t
"X IietfaUtive. well as carrying them out. For "spinach," an the early spring, these It Is stated that toet v..
'. -: Investigating Committee Choose for your> fnend him that Is a good ,forlubrl--; ,* \ .
}, -.only; serves. to" befuddle the subject. Instance, the man who receives an wise and good, and secret and just, in- being eaten with vinegar; and soon eating oils is to place single drops of" ,, },

: !;"i .r ,Thepabliohaslndeedoba1nedratherT ; order to buy or sell may not be able genuous and honest, and in those after the delicious strawberry, comes the different kinds to be compared In*\' -tJ

r. ;'akaleldoecoplo'-: '. view of the matter for various reasons to make the transaction things which have a latitude use your the raspberry, the blackberry, the line across the end of .a apieoeof,pLatiM r

., ,, i:;from'the:various,witnes JDS examined, at the moment, though the own llberty.-Jeremy Taylor. whortleberry; even the cherries, the glass ,about .twenty-four.inches loniv, ; '"

i. ._-niany of'whom have been more concerned price may be at or below his limit. Men of great parts are often unfor- peaches and apples carrying! us'into one end being ,six or .eI&hi', inches/ ;t; ."

?: to guard their own private in The exact goods he wants, in tbe exact tunate in the management of public the fall of the year, when the atmosphere higher than the other,?to forman In-, '|i;:

'f: 'terests than to elucidate the questions quantity, may not be available at the business, because they are apt to go la so pure and bracing that thereIs dined plane. The' dropo,::of;oll;run; 1 .

:.... ,under Investigation. moment. He therefore buys or sells a out of the common road by the quick general good health everywhere.The do vn this smooth piano in a rtwe:with- '.

[ ff'- Sereis'an, actual transaction which future contract for a like amount. As ness of the imagination.-SwifU most beneficial anti-bilious each other. The quality of the oils;for: j ri1

Yi ''took place twenty-five years ago, long soon as he has afterward carried out Though a soldier in time of peace,is method of using fruit and berries as lubricating purposes Is ,shown by th.)|, 4

;: ".. ,before, the business of arrivals, as they I. his order in the "spot" market-that like a chimney in summer, yet what health promoters is to take them at distances traveled and the trace leftf ;(]
0 dessert after breakfast in their natural
.anC&lled, or of futures, had been In. is, by buying or selling the actual wise man would pluck down his chim- by the.drops.' Thus,.on'the first,day J

troducsd Into the methods of com- 'merchandise, he closesout his future ney because his almanac tells him 'tis raw, ripe fresh state without sperm oil will be found in the,rear; J\

; :jnerce A Chinese.merchant asked A. I contract and the transaction Is com- the middle of June.-Tom Br. wn. cream or sugar, or anything else besides but it will In time'overtake.the.rest \ i !
'j, "A Co/:, an American firm in Canton pleted. He basin flue, used the future Equality is ene of the most consum- i the fruit Itself. and retain Its power.of motion after: 'v: {:

to i contract' to: deliver to him 800 bales I simply as an insurance against possible mate scoundrels that ever crept from Half a lemon eaten every morning most other oils have dried up.;; 4 ;w
f< fof or provable fl actuations: in the market i on rising, and on retiring is often -fit'Sympathetic
cotton cloth per month, at a given the brain of a political( juggler fellow I

.. .price'for ten succeeding months. A. ,, while he was executing his order. who thrusts his hand Into the i I efficacious in removing a bilious condition .justice., ,.l'

'T ;.ACo.'s Boston agent dfredtbecon- There are other uses of futures as a pocket of industry and enterprisingtalent of the system, giving a good '. .
and health.- gentleman WJh'rraIClib > o ; ;;"
!il '''tract_,to. a':Lowell .cot x>n mill. The method of insurance against loss. For I ,* and squanders their hard- appetite greater general ?
an Arkaniaw on'a ishaige
Home and Health. justice : of
':,: ...\ mill's- 'agent got his cotton buyer in instance, a commission merchant has earned profits on profligate idleness obtalningmoneynnder.faleepretnoeey : tHe

!JJ the South.to contract for the future advanced on a quantity of wheat 99( and indolent stupidity.Langttaff": Scientific Notes. '
had entered store, ))retend1 g *'>
fii:;:: \,deiivery.of the raw,material, as wanted per cent. of its New York value. He Every mind seems capable of entertaining ,
be a customer,but proved to be ail thief:;
t % ,at:a"fixed price.. .Thecontract was sees the market declining and his mar- a certain quantity of happi- Japan is discuwing; a patent law "Your name la Jim Llckmbrej"; said: 1-f ftf

%} .t carried.:.put tq the end, and yet when gin disappearing. He must then, to ness, which no institutions can Increase which procoies to give the introducerof the justice. "Yes; sir.**; And'yon are; t

: 't >,th.agreement.was made not yard ofr""io save himself, sell oat the wheat at cur- no circumstances alter, and any device new in Japan a patant, cher;ed with a crime that _menu ra. ,.,
;, ,eloth in' existence most of from the of fortune. Let in order to the importation : 't' ,
& t wat_. and rent prices get more margin I entirely independent encourage long term In the penitentiary?If "Yos' ;
1" .tine raw cotton,was &UU In the field. consignor, or sell a future for the same any man compare his present fortune of IIltC lnes. $ .f1
J sir. "An you are lulU;o.t, >te
'u "Fiomstbe! hbpmen to.the Southern amount a: the ruling price. He may with the past, and he will, probably, The Scienliflo American prints an crime?" "I am." '"Andyonaakfar-. & tfi.I t3
rP? 4x4.howevu.every to the be unable to at close out the find himself the whole neither *
party once upon interesting article on old Inventions no mercy?" "1io., 'sir:" MYouliav 1f
\:twjsactlon knew just what would be wheat and the extra margin may better nor worse than formerly.-Qoldimtlh. I In ordnance which should not b had a great deal of trouble within the* a

t.;'Rhis}+piofltand ,was insured against be forthcoming If he sells a future I, missed by anyone Interested In the last two years?'* "Ye>,-'sirTliavev*'' 1 .

f. ;|-ny changes. in value or price. however his advances are rendered S.._. subject. "You have often 'wlshed/'that ':'yoa j>. k

!' (.y.Tfc (jgUt; of ,the whole business of4tinnelegltimately secure. He is Insured. By that means, CURRIED CIIICXEX.It a chickenIn The Qiincy Market Cold Storage were dead ?'* "]:' 'have,':please:your' 1f...
used in that Interests of the .
was too the consignor are pieces; put the pieces in a stewpan Company, of Boston are said to have Honor.'*' "Yon wanted.tosteal money: :

1 zh ::-atOA.of"quarter of a century'before protected. He may also thus gain with one onion, In which you put a the largest refrigerating building in enough to take yon away from Arkan-, -' 'A; '

4i.atl a' the time .of ocean cables time j to make up the extra margin world. It Is of stone and brick '' *' '
tt clove. Add some white broth; sufficient the saw? "You are right, J dp. : lf n;
{ 'when Bream:transportation, both and so be able to get the advantage ofa to cover the pieces. The chicken 160 by 80 feet in size and 70 feet in man had stepped rip and shod yon J.' f' it;:
)1i klauidand. .,sea.was employdd to a possible rise by carrying his wheatas
of lead last '
world's pfcdact
r v being cooked, make your sauce with The as you entered the "you'WouId'. 1
... .
yfc tatt tiveiy moderate Since intended.
:@ degree. he originally the broth. Beat two pinches of cuny year is estimated by Herr Landsbergat hares said:'Thank your.Ir.'Y." : It

ti,deyyM methods: of commerce The farmer or planter may make with two yalks of eggs and a tablespoonful 444,000 tins. China and Japan are sir, I would. But,' Judge,':bow j did' r '
i tNe s.lteeu;.developed.''by the use ofMLand' the profit on his crop certain before it Included of this '*
of cream, and thicken yjursauce. not as producers von find out so. mush about me? :.f.: ;
electricity .a rapid rate, is harvested by felling a future con- the is that '
Arrange your chicken on a metal although probability 'Some time ago/ said the Judge with', .. -
r: than the requirements tract which his crop will meet. He plate with a border of rice. You can, their out-put of had Is very large a solemn air, "I .was" diverted. :from: ."";...
\,ltaworldhave"demanded.; Tae3Illuag' himself. For If
can thus secure instance .,
If you like, mix the rice with the every year. my wife. Shortly after ;you married !
} t of['merchandise the this have told -
,only on cotton planters year '
stew. Some people prefer It. her. The result is concloalye.. I'dfa fj 1 :
; !l, tioeasedudmjtO'. ,be the rule when same future on their crops at perhaps 11} a .. The United States fish commissionhave charge you. Here, take this,|50' kill. .

!:w. ',- ,sdvices arrived days cents a pound, giving them nearly a been distributing large numbers You have suffered enough. C jo;
:4: t jp r..months,perhaps,.before.theconsignment. cent and a half above the present A Vermonter has Invented a water of young carp for stocking ponds. "T" x. ,

*W Then it became prices. The same thing is still more telescope with which he claims he Over 40,000 were sent out during the .r. }, ;5 f.:\;:.,(.

', eidalt>tble but ften necessary true of our cereal crops, though small can fee a five-cent piece in forty feet first ten days ol November, and from It Is when,.our. (buddingt>hopes..are, "f

:-'f... iMi .afbmstneassenae, to sell to ar-, farmers must sell their product for of water. But the blasted telescopedoes 60.000 to 60,000 more were waiting dis nipped beyond recovery by' :BXHQM

-.ltf .d"n' "" goods or,croP8;In advance what It will brine at the nearest mar nto bring coin up;.so seeing it Is tribution. Among the earlier ship rough wind that:we are the.mcit,dla-':

< !tMranival.. ;in this way the risks only an aggravation,",and' we don't meats were 1000 to Pennsylvania 2000 poaed..to'. picture, ,to;,our3eve. 'what, w '

i1 1. :::; .wereredaoedtoaminimumdw ket.The miller and manufacturer can want any such Instrument-..BostonPott. to :New York, 6600 .to' the New Eng flowers they might have b rne if tom' f' :

m &*va 1 land States 1200 to ,Ohio to had IbamheDlcktu.; :"', ti :n ,
i *_not obliged" to store his _I with perfect safety make engagements -T ; : 12400 'I: ;' .;;t-,
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:ADnmi,**from the Music house of Me m. of the universal success of : Florida. 81 Dey Street, New.y:
rtea p hidden &Bates of Savannah, Ga. The Brown's Iron Bitters is simply .Scott is now located at Titusville. Ohapin Brothers

flint :number cont IDs six choice vocal this: It is the best Iron "; Estate Law a 8peclahty .. gg 97 South Market street,, 34.

and dx,,splendid instrumental pieces, preparation ever made; is C. B. MAGRUDER, and respectfully solicits consignment 'v,'
every one of which are gems. The priceoftheAlbamisonlyfiftyoento compounded thoroughly them.jtffiFreights !

: and it is scientific, chemical and COUNTY SURVEYOR, -i';

presented as a premium to each subscriber medicinal principles, and ANDNOTABYPUBLIC. same to both cities via..'41

ircer .to:: their new publication "Home, does j' .what is claimed for STEAMER FROM SJi YAWNTHE "

Sweet Home" Home is-no ar.d less. Rockledge, Florida-
a popular monthly more no TROPICAL, HOUS]

;ee"lr'esaarted .taaq', and Fireside Magazine. MINOR s. ..JONES.AnORNEY.AT.LAW.. at Bockledge, Indian River, Florida;

t, ..{ ..,'".ii&iirl... .1."""'."'"r'la'>'><,, .....,'''.'''i':','..'PatTMgs- "., : -:Eemember that you can go to En- By thorough and rapid S. Ryder, Owner A 'Propriet-,-
.. :: :,,,,'h"'''ace.at' : via Norwood's Hack Line for assimilation with the blood, ,
-'; .. J' "; tllonlyr' .
.. 6 ; ; J'.:' This House is centrallylocatedatBockledge
au.. _jz..r.\i"'fI .. '-.. fJ. $3.00 or from here to Jacksonville it reaches every part of the '
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O --JtIftij ,, pID" via his Hack Line and DeBarr Line system, healing purifyingand Titusville, Florida. ,in the far-famed Indian Biver regkaM

'i.. # "* of Florida,and posaeses all the
t... : for$9.OOLearning. strengthening. ,Corn E. ENGLISH. advantaj
'. .. .. ,. :JUT:
h.-t n"!: $ '" k the of Climate, Health and Pleasure of
foundation t.
mencing at
Y: that it is the intention of
'" ".'!_' .J.-.......,' .! 7 1'-m-... ._ at,x.- our ; Public State at Large. newly developed region of South FloridTake
el _.:.- Postmaster Mr. 'Dixon, to resign, Jas. builds up and restores lost Notary : .

; ?be McComb Jr. of this place signifies his health-in no other way can Affidavits attan Seta mess.entrusted steamer from Sanford for ,Labe
_. .. :1; I''''' hed1I6ea11edthi'Bakfau D to me promptly Poinsett called
.1" Jaaua willingness, if the patrons of this post- lasting benefit be obtained. Office at his residence. Rockledge Landing;tarwi_

"f=' office so designate by the method described Florida. miles carriage riding. Direct connectiomif
:;;: 1i! t ; column Titusville, '
from the House made with
to by our postmaster, to accept the 7;Dearborn Are.,CUca,:,1o..7 steamers. ;,
"" \ !h* wfllradgn'on the I have been agrs3tsuTcrcr.oawrywealuomacbhcanbtuaand: ::\ T\ COWIE. Rates $2.8O
': per day.
\" \:'. "i;:. ,...r-: ) position. w;
!:' :.;,,,,.,..'$ .l"" '!'.$,.i I;- .t.t. dyspepsia in its wont tarn. Nearly Arrangements made by the Week or Man r
everything I ate in*distress,
,''. "1I'e..WdMnwu.c1anee... ... at the and 1 could cat but little. 1 haft and : "I
j : At Oak Hill Fl* on Thursday February tried nerythiDrrecomllWlded,have Physician Surgeon. PIONEER COOPERAGE7'Syrup
rAAlnson at
'. ,,"' ...'..... ;-....'- .-., taken the prescriptions of a dos 3 ( ".! "' .; ;' 22nd 1883. (Washington's Birth physicians,but cot no relief until Titusville. Florida. '
.. ..."'.;,.r.t.-,_ .. $'.1r. -. 't. ; look Browns Iron Bitten. I feel Barrels $2.25.
1Ii ... G s of JLaOrangeTOt day.) BOB of the old troubles and am a
:4a ... -"'. '. First Class, 20 feet and over. sew man. I am getting much g F. GRAY. Gauged to order, ten cents extrLtHoney
r .;. .leg bttdl! wfh an-.daya and feel 8rtt 1 *
., .. .. ago stronger -rate. ana
': ;. ,, Second Class, 20 feet and under. railroad engineer and now mate Barrels and Oval Water:
.. ... tree: my trips regularly I can not 5.7 Watch Maker and Jeweller.ALL :
Second Class yachts allowed to enter in too much In of :
} ribyE t.Joad praise your IT trial Breakers
tUbro medicine. P.C.:UI :. WORK WARRANTED.Work }
First Class and will be rated at 20 feet.
i a .:f i last from or orders lea with P. E. Wager or at .
From. r.
r .,. ) ". Bace to be sailed under Boston Yacht Post Office Titusville or with A. Brady at La $ 00 : : V'p.. :Of.
%;-...JII ie! ...........:..:;-!>.' .. .IiIID-.1. -JIaft- -.: '., Club Boles. BROWN'S ''I aoti' liz.rs Grange will receive prompt attention. Will be Tanks .< "'"

r1We f &tosleirn..--that Mr. J.C. PHIZES does not contxii vhiskcy! In Titnsvllle every Monday. f!

"'-'V1-L.. u.ft ......!place* ,"*had a\aevere-- at- $50.for winner in First: class. or alcohol, and will not DR. B. R. WILSON.Will and all kinds of COOPER WORE to order,1T. ;.:

; :: #iok, -of aoaralgL last Monday.: $30. for winner in Second class. blacken the teeth, or cause JOHNSON, '
Jtf.r ; headache and continue the practice of Medicine in LaGrange, : : 'FloridJuflThe
PeIttiyJndgeMcCro ry $20. for yacht in any class making constipation.It .

\'4-.tQ,.: & }._to obtain the sewing the fastest corrected time, barring the will cure dyspepsia, indigestion Titusville and vicinity, Florida State Gazetteerimand

Iluehiiao'it'the'riffle: Iut Saturday. winners of the regular prizes. heartburn, sleep- Office at J. M. Dixon's Drug Store. ,-

:C "Ninmuta\ Course to be Mosquito lessness, dizziness, nervous tik
.and family ofhavegoneoBavisit a triangular:one, on
,. '"oJ. ,# .",".-T; : to CaptBarnhamVa Lagoon, distance 15 miles. En debility, weakness, ccc.Use A.D.. HAWLEY, D. D. S. DIRECTORY,

"-1':"\ X--:; .. :\Cape Canaveral.'Vir trance fee, $5.00 for first class, and $3.00in Containing, the names, business and adds. !.
lij.j.- -" n -'. only Browa..lroa Bitten made l-r I Visiting Dentist. ,,-f
.: ;1-T.. >,> ?FnakleT. ;,,\c.ptaiii n T:.Eo Rich second class. Money must accompanythe Brown Chemical Co.,Baltimore Crowed -of the- -* "*
: J' Makes frequent trips to Indian River. % (,.I
-'; nomination in all cases. Entriesclose ttdtiaeaaadetade.markoawrspcr.Oak .,
.!n.: iii last Batuldai. He re-' Lake Worth, &c. Merchant, Professional & Business
_ : Tuesday February 20th and must eDt
'peibi'E. ,_ ini. flourishing, conf P. O. Address and the principal fanners '?'
f ;:'."I''-' "-" be addressed to the Atlantic House, New Smyrna, Florida. and land \; .
... ;
.:> t" owners '
orange groves and pIan.c- ,
o.Q, Hill Florida.
::: ; II.
';: J It Captain',M.. O. Bum. C. NAUMAIV. tations, together with.a /f
3 ;;. ;:,{baht arer i large load of COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS: ...
orangeslirt Wm. Jackson Ellis B. Wager Sletch of All Cities, Tow I and j'Wage
Daytona ,
: Friday,fr o -t1Mi.caPt a' grove on ; Justice of the Peace and "
:-J .BaaaanBtreI-.' ..? Notary Public StateatLarge.Office Information. '.-
"''" Smyrna; T. J. Falls, Oak Hill; Bob

:''.,,"'r"P.. forth. on,.the Leffinan. Port Orange. ASTAOJUIiA., at the Haul-Over. This important work will be issued just .
.:r." .tieei, ;'In
";. 4fater;: irvMed. Ware not visited by a NOTICE.I Will Leave T. JOHNSON O KSUIJTT. and compiling the facts can be accompliahed.
', ...
\'i "" .
,t1.,3,-'.--.YIit7_. _.,' _or, ... t.AUUfi1o'1".'"' 1"- am sorry that it has become my dutyon SALT LAKE To the business comm

'i:', =We btMt ai1 t ort':call last Saturday account of ill health to announce to Every Wednesday k Saturdayat Notary Public, State-at-Large, nity this will be the most-'valuable .boqkf' i\

_ trornlaaiTirr Jas 8. Jones,of 'LeesMr the public and friends and patrons of 10 a. m. connecting at 'and that has yet been published about'? V'ji

..- hors F': :Jones was on his way to Titusville Post-office that I will resign Sanford and Justice of the Peace. Florida. Price, $5. to be sold by subscript

htt aoa't i 8 d Dee at St Lucie.f the postmastership at Titusville on the Enterprise, Court first tion.
) .. .. day, Saturday of each month. -1
!H41I't:; ..- .. :
a ., !; 7be:: '. imeaattttnliisnowrunningiaplioe I first day of April, 1883,and I request the with daily steamers for LAGRANGE ,- Florida. Rate for Advertising; :

;i.'t-. ... patrons of the post-office to send in sealed
the etcei 1 Page with book '
of; $50.
Oiioeola.YShe votes for the ST. CLtIrt-ABalrta, R. L. SCMMZRLnT: I Page Wth} book$80; .
electing of their
; aude her first'trip last i postmaster State Attorney County Judge of '
Schedule -:
Friday. :-
\ Seventh Agents wanted in
Judicial circuit. .
Mime_ choice; the said votes to be deposited in Orange county every county;
:as that of the Osceola. whom liberal
Leaves terms will be offered."
,,n' numbeiof' -boxes the post-office on or before Saturday, the SI Clair Abrams & merlin.

; of oranges 24th day of February, 1883, on which Sanford and Enterprise, GUSHING & APPLEYARD 'Pul s '
ihipperfrom this for the last week AT LAW. ,
oPenearche8.than ciaay previous .weekurfng day and the the said votes will be opened publicly Every Tuesday and Friday at 9 a. m. ORLANDO, FLA. ]P. O. Box 1042.] Jacksonville Flal t. .. r..

.'&.' ;th i= _i.sbr.8eas person receiving the greatestnumber Cabin fare to Sanford or Enterprise,$3. Will rive careful attention collections, ARRIVALS ,
.""""..,. .,. ,....P r -.' .... of votes will be recommendedby Meals and state ; and will practice In the several courts of this DEPARTURES OF MAILS: ;' ;
Bceebmlleiibat room included, $5.; Deck District,and In the Supreme Court at Tallahassee From Enterprise to TitnsvUle. .t _
:!\ you can go to nJirood's me for appointment. Respectfully, fare, $2. J. II. SMITH and U. S- court at Jacksonville. Leave Enterprise Monday Wednesday and.!.
Friday 5 a.m. '- .
i& ,
e Hack' Line for '
.:. .lf JNO. M. Dui oN, Feb 1 : Arrive at Titusv1l1e Monday Wedneadq;',
ea1T $a.OOJoryfloai, here to Manager. LA GRANGE and Friday at .
:t: : Jacksonville Postmaster, Titusville, Florida. STORE Leave 8p.m. _

; :lihiaFacltLiaeandDeBarg. Line for February 15,1883. 2w. NEWSPAPERSubscription Always on hand a general assortment of Saturday Titusville 6a.m. Tuesday. Thursday,_ aa4 j : ......
..N M..., ;,;; n..: ... Arrive at Enterprise Tuesday Thtadqi .
'W.p-:' : .!J :: .t. GOODS. and Saturday at 9 p.n. !,_;
To The Public.
: frLTreadwell, of. New York, who Agency.The From Daytona to TitnsvUle.1 J.ft-
1! t hu Iteettl upending a.. few_months with: The undersigned notifies the public undersigned having opened a -STRICTLY CASH- dayat6p.m.Leave 011*Tuesday Thursday and Satan rj .
that he has a new hack from };" .
_ Ti
running -.J;
; Mr: and;'Mrs ;:G.W.-Mackenzie, of this NEWSPAPER A. Brady. Monday Arrive at TitusvUIeThU1'8daY Saturday'.sad..! ::
tusville to Salt Lake, and can accommodate ASCRIPTION AGENCY at 10 a.m. .
eitoiberLometomorrow'gbingtiri [ January 1st 1882 Leave
: 1 yr 36 Titusville Thariday Saturday aa1.
passengers desiring to each Monday at 9 .
'andLake Poinse cross Will be pleased to receive I. p.m. :
.. Yours subscriptionsto Arrive at Daytona and
way. Wednesday
'n( 4 Respectfully Saturday $i
: 0. L. KEENE Monday 6 a. y.
!.t---We: 'are'reUably informed that' the Feb. 8, 1883. N.a BBYAN. any From m. .
TitnsvUle .
to Eau Gallle
wtitiojaofW.BCGleaaonin relation to Periodical or Newspaper Millinery, Fancy Dress Leave f ,
published.0 Goods, TitnsvUle Tuesday and Friday ,tl'.$
I.Ii. -Delespine Gent has been thrown out Hotel Arrivals at the Lund House a a.m.Arriveat. .
ihe's For the week Notions, Laces, Worsteds, &a fineline Eau Gallte Tuesday andFriday4!
\ aof:: prim e.Court The Grant will ending Feb. 14th 1883. time, trouble and expense by apply-I of aU p.m. .'(.*

.ft piiobablyLin' 'abOrt time, be placed John E Clark, Jacksonville, Fin; J F ing to CHAS. .H. NAUMAN KID GLOVES. at Leave 6 a.m.Eau Gallie Wednesday and Saturday. 'r j;;:a

...t.Z t 1i.the l iIbt.ij It omtains a large quan- Coachman, Valdosta, Ga ; George Cleveland ei West Bay st.,Cor.Laura, day Arrive an atTttusvUIe Wednesday''' aDd.Sat' r. ,
": 1 titJ ut tletdiable' Subscription Agent, JACKSONVILLE p.Ill: r:....
{. .... Led. v Fla; A Brady, LaGrange, : : Florida
\fi k -T le1Pe iJnmdr -..acres of land for Fla; HJ Tiffin, Montreal, Canada; M 0 Haulover P. O., Brevard county, Fla. New Information of Florida., :.

?'ialejon Ibdlan river; 'See; advertisement Burnham and lady,Cape Canaveral, Fla; FOR SALE 192 pages new matter unto map for 1883 't'
.. no th rpl: 1.TTh a fs one of the fines t John Dietrich, Mrs M B Dietrich andMIs H. P. WILKINSON ,ft CO, A desirable cottage, house and lot in Send six cents to B.C.LongTallshasse4" k

4odiee of hIch land East Florida. A L Moore, Plainfield, N J; A S p Titusville, also Blacksmith, wheel wright or C. Drew,Jacksonville Fla. t

= r1 ooei t _lands' adapted' for the Stratton, J L Banks, J W Cowles L T DEALEBS IN and general repairing shop at Titusville. .1'1"tC,

.> :.... -.; IWI.pmeapp1e Webster, Bockledge, Fla; A Rosenthal, GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Enquire at the STAR office. 24 tf ,r r.1":

.;' use d.In fief all aes34copical fruits. Write Jacksonville, Fla; P A Embury, and .. ;' "" :1: .

-. 'Johim" -before+.-_ *'Oa-- invert, ;., ,: I I wife, Orange, N J; John Lininger and Roclledge : : : : Florida FloridaManufacture.AMAZON ,. ".t

>G- | I I'r' wife,Kansas City, Mo Antonio Canova '.;
:. Gazelle reached this ; .
ijrW Prompt attention to all business ..:> '
Bockledge, Fla James S Jones entrusted PAINT "' .
l &.fBace'oa Boaday" lasts ; It was reported ; Lees- WORKS. .ott.We'.bie
about'.t o"nee e ago that she was a,total burg Fla; J H McAuley, Brooklyn, N to them. w J. BERNE aottauali t .W.

g Trjeck. .. ,bather preient ppearanee'would YMiss: :Mary S'Bigelow, Cambridge February 1st lyr 40. & CO., '. patents. aves*,', "w.;

;l Watihe had seen verjr rough Place; W Crook, H Wanton, Sherwood, manufacturers of the the traa..mar Unitedenta ., 00adio opt:..- ;;

-s ,tit _rklTOe. ells Las been afortnnatI Fla; G H Norton; Fla; W J gaffe The Lund House in CaaadaT ....----.t.;!ro.:!.,"

: it to. berYotraee Hvinghad. a number Yallaha, Fla; J H Smith, Harvey Tombs AMAZON REABI-IIIEB PAINTS (le naanv_ ,and idl O 1eI'coaaR-. _...; .
,,4. ce. '
... .. Jacksonville :,
L) ... "I iraol- f" ....wrecked.UM .' City. ; W B Moore, Frank Forster Corner Main Street & Washington Ave. in all shades and ready forImmediate c IDa harge: dddoe "lIII man"tIoD tree.OfmodeJaw D*. ''ii

.J.., '
eiu ; '
;.fF'.. Boyd--Wilkenon. -f'-- thalargMt drcnlaacmandUtheinoe'tafla> y
i-- rrooa.- : ;Dietrich ire accompanied Married at the residence of Mr. Rufus Pleasant and grinders of world.ential nempaper The of its kind JUbUahedlD-' ':

yw5: by hie jnfty ffffrK.fX;J% Dietrtc6,'and her i Herndon, at LaGrange, James Boyd to Location, Good Table. Pure White patentee trnderitandalt advantageefrocaanotleeeTerj, '. \ '

,.,. piBterVmX'lI'Moowu.They: eon em-! Miss Polly WilkersonbyT. J. Cbckshutt A cosy home for the Lead, pa This publishedWEKKX.T large and splendidtyUlaatrated newv'",ff[

-cp1Ded; a'Yiiii to at:proat. ie.Qindeeeuw'd steamerwere i J. P.,Tuesday even ng;13th inst. SPORTSMAN' IKYALIDI,1lAD) TOURIST.j i & Colors In Oil. and U admitted to be the beet at&$330 devott>>year.... n
: to ti
letkiiluiiag heN denoemeohankftlinventiona, o "

..:r,. .(Ja_...1':,;dies patatefislot. .; ;aeemg herIdayit w loo hrarr '. Once and Factory,. works Pogr,M and, other soIn departmenta uieo.m1l1.of i ul f ..... '''W t\
not ever Jbe:thus.pff .' Bar-Sall-boats.In attenoance -fif by mail,. ,;Sold by. all i j -
Na I dealers .
-> t .sj, 2$ Ocean street ,
A. Deisner, Proprietor. Addre8a.Iunn ft do...pnbltabeni otaw.f&l
'7'f VV.
: .. <,.I JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA ,.I tmoAmerton.261 Broadway,New York. \. .
:- Handbook
; ; { about. patent, mailed. lkaw> ', "-
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