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

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,'VWfL TIT SVELE. J; L91iID.A.' ,THURsnAY.nRCH'. 9.1 SS3: "' NUMBER. ,

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.sjX..trHCDLmIfBITER, ATHLETES.a STATE MEWS. j Senator Joaes' Speech.From 3 atwas intended by degrees to rob them of 'OUR WASHINGTON LETTER, % .,
: igbeld on Tuesday'evening Venison sells for 25 cents per pound at the New York World,March 16., lie precious jewel of their liberty and to restore (From our regular correspondent.)

"'tl iitate"of XC.'Norwood& Co., eoDlf1f Key West. Irving Hall was crowded with well- under the garb of Bepublicanism, WASHBfQToy' D. c.,Mar. 17, 1883.

of.the y young den.of this place, a Palatka had a heavy frost on the mor- known politicians and delegates when I the hated forms of oppression which they The President has appointed A..U.

x wwr dub.was orgtmired to be styled ning of the 18th inst. Sheriff Davidson called to order the meet- I had swept from this continent by the Wyman, assistant treasurer,of the United

".IW i .'p" ioirn: theJnaian&verAthletea.! The Ocala Baptists are going to build a ing of the General Committee of the Irving sacrifice of their most precious blood.". States, to be treasurer, vice James 'Gilfil- K,

1a k"promptly elected President four thousand dollar church. Hall Democratic Organization last Senator Jones then described the political Ian, whose resignation has -accepted

.pWrman of the clnb and E. evening. After the roll-call and the read- situation in the South and criticisedthe to take'effect on the first ,proximo. Mr.
I .. motion The Gas Works of Pensacola will be i
; and Tteuurer. On ing of the minutes had been dispensed policy which had been pursued by the Wyman will secure his bonds and qualify .
the first of June. :
Wjji1 :Bii;a:E.Bice.'Jr. and .Howell Titus completed by with by a unanimous vote, Sherlft"Davidson Republican party since the war. He said by that date. He was almost overwhelmed R

. -mssicrtH a committee on By-Lawsete. The Peach crop in Columbia county .is introduced as the orator of the eve- "During the past eighteen years of profound yesterday afternoon. .
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pfS c_report the same: at the next meet- looking fine and will be unusually, large. ning Senator Jones,Florida: ,who,when peace the condition of the unhappy : The bond 61 the treasurer is $150,000 f' r

0', Jay Gould and party have been spend- the applause which greeted his appearancehad section from which came has been paraded i and must be approved by the secretary ,,

tU---.l.' i"l.t; () .motion H WeD Titus; O. T. Bice, ing the past week or so on the upper St. subsided, said: before\be country as a justificationfor .[of the treasuary before he can qualify

; tti.lK.BteHenwerf were elected a com-, Johns "It is often urged that the Democratic all the unusual and unwarrantable ex- It will also be necessary.for the secretary rj

fe! MbWee of arrangements,for the purpose' ,The Advance says that Sumter county party has fulfilled its mission and that ercises of.power that have marked the to appoint a' committee: ,to verify the 4
fe suitable for practice like a worn-out animal when bereft of vi- of the which-still contendsfor treasury balance of the of
>{ "i;t 4f ?'a 4 to dear the ground and place the ten million oranges. tality and usefulness it ought to lie down supremacy before the American peo March, so thAt the funds may be transferred -
On motion and die. As a matter of fact it has todayas The most vital and to the incumbent for the
**F'. $\Mmi etc,ready playing. The old Court house and lot at Lees- ple. important ques- new opening -
5 8.TBL Bay and s. E. Bice were elected as burg, has been purchased by that town large a field of usefulness a8 it had in tion ever submitted to the wisdom of of, businessmen the first proximo,.

i&' w 'fl Bns for>> 'pr ctnce.l .* and will be converted into a park. the days of Jefferson,Madison or Jackson. statesmen was the great problem! of recon- when he will ,assume the duties of his

!f ? &following acting members were en- We have drifted away from the old land- ciling and pacifying the two sections of office,Mr. E. O. Graves, alpo of the Treas-

I Il ? j-wDedrSHBa" q.B Moore, Jas Met The daily excursions from Jacksonvilleto i. marks of the Constitution. The vast ac- our country after the civil war. There Department, was competing hard for x
Fernandina and
! V< E B Wag&, OTRice, S E Bice, including Dungeness cumulations of wealth, increased popu- never was a people in a situation more the place. He was known to be entirely:

' :J:'t >': Z'well Titus, B 1 McCarthy, H S the sea-beach are becoming very popular.Orange lation, the immense corporate power, the favorable for the exercise of a wise and unfit for the place, yet SecretarY Folger:

: H[ ...&eUeayrerf, EHTitus,0 F Laney and City will vote on the 7th prox- changes in our financial system have given -. humane policy than were the people of pressed his claims before the President,

,l it.f: J Faster imo, on the question of a special tax of to the Government of the,Union a ten- the South. The course pursued towardsthe who, however, luckily followed his own

} .> ',Tie. following Honorary members $3,000 for the erection of a first classschool dency towards centralization and usurpa- South virtually placed a whole people notions in making the appointment. a

"were enrolled:JAS Pritchard H Bice, building. tion of authority which never existed be- under condemnation. The trouble Mr. Wyman,who is a Canadian by birth r

if'rDWeI JMStellenwerf, P E Wa- A batch of indictments were stolen fore. If there is any wisdom or virtue in which has occurred is all due to the 'intervention went into the treasurer's office in.'April

!tit pi.t A McOroiy-.M Dixon,G wM ct from the Clerk's office of Columbia coun- our plainly written organic law, which of, political busybodies who 1863, and was assistant treasurer from

):,.t v-eniBCBcrimgeourME; English, AIrJ1 ty on the 22d ult. That's one way to defeat with unusual clearness prescribes the made it a business to organize them and 1875 to, .1876, when he,was appointed

.''A Stewart. and C B Carlin. the ends of Justice. powers of the Government, it is in confin- inflame their hearts against their old treasurer, which position'he .soon' after '

7i' :The following- names were enrolled to Mr. Lester Clark of Enterprise has dO: ing the representatives of the States and friends and former masters. The peopleof I i resigned because of ill-health, but went

:ii'-'h: take a part in the practice if a sufficientnumber nated a lot for the building site ofF the people at Washington to the simple California have had the sympathy of i back to the duties of assistant treasurer. 9 <.

t : -':. of;,th.;acting*members should Episcopal church. It will be built during exercise of authority which the people the country in their efforts to overcome : It is said the appointment, was well received

'i.fir*::;-not be present: -J31efl
.Carlin and Thos of attorney known as the Constitutionof an inferior race but that race The democratic y'has a list of ,
J% Jesse Engnah, Henry The Apalachicola Tribune is offered for ;; suppose prospective ti r

J:'., ,CL..1a..rct ,":,. sale at a bargain to a cash purchaser, as the Union. Of late years there has had entered the field of politics and had presidential ndidate8,for 1884,
motion ng grown up in this country a public senti- filled with their of wealth and .
t.O\ t1Ip meet adjourned unglTaesdarevening the editor has been offered the control of the public offices representatives exceptional social position.

1> : ,'A'ril8d 1883. a flourishing business in the West.G. ment favorable to the extension of the powers in order to,sustain their organ- Included in the number are Senators Bay- .

EB.WxGmBecretary.Northern of the National Government beyond ization,what power could have preventeda ard and Pendleton, ex-Senator David :
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.G.Sinclair of Orlando manufactured -
:i bo" the limits fixed by the great charter of our resort to bloodshed and violence on the Davis, Justice Field, General. George B.
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8to. five tons of starch the
{ .. cassava past The Government of the Unionis
-.t'IJo. -- liberty. part of their antagonists? Justice. baa McClellan, Gen. Ben. Butle'r,and Senator
;ir.x'WBI'J'RR'U.T.: N.:Y;;March 20.-A desfiompuse'a season. The bulk of it will be shipped ; iki
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to its ,
'I'< F' gradually having superadded never yet been done to the people of the Fair. Mr. Tilden would undodbtedly be -- ;
;! Point N Y., states North. 10,000 pounds of this light sub-
; ?t :- ; powers as a National Legislature all the I South in view of the condition in which in the category if his health was not ;so: f,
'J;. fof scow fell there last stance is a good deal in measurement.
r inches of local which the :
authority government they were placed. ,No people in the universe unpromising. He is however, not to be' _.,
it.: t' sit,-M'* that., it'rs snowing hard: this Rumors are afloat, says the Enterprise powers of the Constitution, for the most similarly situated could have shown considered in this connection, although ,,,;'

f .porning. At P1 tta urg ten.Cinches of I Herald, that the Denary Line intends to obvious reasons, intended to leave with more of those stern virtues which usually many: prominent democrats say that if "J .

.. .aoowl3U&Ausable Forks eight inches, buy the Jennie 1:me. This will give the people of the States. In a country excite admiration among men than have he should be able to manage the 'cam: .

w. .tt .at IJort: Henry.six inches and at White- them the connection with the Astor road, with such diversified interests, habits and been exhibited by the best people of that paign he would be the best mice the ,if

iallfiveinches." >*.. which is the only one that they lack. customs it is impossible for any central section. Congressional investigating com- democrats could put'up. Judge Davis K'

:v ,Qo>o c Maeh .-Owing to the snow Key West Democrat: The sponge fleet government whose laws must always be mittees have repeatedly traversed the disclaims affiliation with either of the I.

... <,_,> blockade ,no_ trains have arrived here numbering 70 sail and about 600 men, uniform to legislate wisely with respectto South for the purpose of reporting all political parties,.but it is very well known 1-
and
,' -- IIIDCe.7I"y morning, none are have all left for the different local aflairs. With stretch of that he jegards
nearly sponge every they could find out prejudicial to the still himself as a presidential **
i'i : until to-night. The train which
'expected grounds. We hope their cruise will be authority, there always follows a demandfor character of the people of that section. possibility, and would accept the i1
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Montreal
4 left l at 8 yesterday is snowbound
p. m. more successful than the last two they more money to execute the new powers If such an unfair test were applied to the democratic nomination with alacrity.

f.;-t"Jt... ;;", 'neattamachiche- .. < .#," made, when expenses were hardly met. and the increase of taxation goes North, the results would be equally inju All the gentlemen above mentioned, with ..t.i .
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q''-i... : J o"VT., March A large catch of sponge?. means some hand in hand with usurpation. The rious to the good name of her citizens.If i the exception of Senator.Bayard and .).fr.., ;
Trains
:$'t } 'ksavy snow-storm:: prevails. are $300000; for Key West i Democratic idea of government is to give the contests for power in the South I Tilden and Gen.'Butler, who have resided :;;:.
blockaded from Montreal
and the mail
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Mr.John A:Whitney, formerly editor !fuJI force and effect to the clearly delegated have been bitter,'they have been made so I elsewhere, have in the last two winters <>l
;doe]at i evening its not arrived.
'..BI 2O.-A and publisher: of the Fernandina Express, I powers of the Federal Government, by the policy of the party in power,which made the social horizon of Wabingf

it'"J'" '1 x' : tiIPoD.VT., March the Southb snow- died at Fernandina, on the 16th inst. I to avoid the exercise of all doubtful au- divided the community by a color and an ton fairly glisten: ,with the splendor''and .x,
collided with train
;'tfaafr on -
;wea4erBtilroad this afternoon and sev- Aged 28 years Laboring under the pain- thority, to leave to the.rpeople of the agrarian line. On one side was the party elaboration the dinners and other .enertainmenta. :i

;f 'it-' end No ful burden of infirm health, he remainedat States the right to regulate their local representing nearly all the wealth and Senator Bayard is,proverbial "k

:,pereons were badly injured. his post until his strength no longer affairs in their own way subject only to intelligence in the South; on, the other for keeping open house.but.his, hospitality J' -...$
since
,4ninffroni Montreal have arrived
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: enabled him to attend to the onerous the Constitution of the United States. nearly all those unfortunate people who is modest and homelike, with no ;

f'8udar noon,owing to the deep snow. duties of journalism. The nearer the great business of govern- had just been released from slavery, witha attempt at display. Gen.,McClellan'first ;.

1reeatop'express' 1 ..stuck here to-night. ment is brought to the people the better few white leaders. The colored people made his advent in Washington society* .w
: ;? *- Land of Flower: A Tallahassee lady
4: x and the will that be. believe that their last winter. With the "V
have been to
', JlFertoaal Responsibility Man Locked I hired a colored cook this week, and she purer government taught beginning of this /
; .u Vp and Fined Twice. I was to begin the following morning. The people scan very closely the proceed- freedom and political rights were at stake season he established himself, in house. ...'*>

: LbivlmTA.a C., March 22.-Colonel Next morning the lady was awakned by a ings and expenditures of their local leg- and the whites with the experience of the keeping on a large scale, and'he and Mrs. T<*';

.;, 'B.Ci h,was fined today for assault! voice softly calling "Annie" at her kitchen islatures while they are indifferent at past before them, have felt that the victory McClellan have been among the stars. in ''':.;:,

: .i. .,.em lames Herron in a hotel here last window. Looking out she beheld a times to what goes on in Washington' of their opponents meant increased the social firmament, no one' surpassing. .;y
j and. all seem to think that the taxation and other abuses of too them in the number and !
..4t/daring a dispute arising from the, ragamuffin with a large bucket. 'What money power variety of their k
airfield taken from the National Treasury is not intolerable bear. The material entertainments. .,
j j election-cases. Herron was also do you want here?' demanded the lady: pros- .
it1 fntd.. Leh drew his pistol, but did, not "Aunt Annie told me to come soon every lost. The most popular of public men perity of the South never could have been A brief has been filed.by ex-Governor ,;;

< ;,.,VN it."*,t'Rro' pistols were found on his morning and she'd gib me a bucket full of are those who succeed in getting the largest promoted if Republican rule had been Crawford, as an agent of the Stateof ''" s.

: ..tN:i.panopj'ind, Be was fined for carrying con- provisions," was the frank reply. It is appropriations for their constituents.To continued there. During the short time Kansas, with the Secretary of the ,Interi4

.. ,:t>saled.weapons in addition to the other useless to add that "aunt Annie" was bring the government back to a safe that it prevailed nearly every State- was or in favor of restoring to the State lands ...."**

$M .1Jt promptly.discharged before she had even constitutional administration a strong crushed beneath the loads of debt sand now held by'Atchison, Topeka and Santa :"..,
-3 ...." Democratic sentiment is needed. All reforms taxation which resulted from it. No one Fe railroad in excess of the grants to -'
set in at her new home.
Qaeem Victoria Improving. &l't. and improvements in public affairs can blame the men of intelligence and which they are by law entitled. This .t

." ;o ;, March 22. The condition of The Qnail-Eater's Last Brace. must originate with the people. In the property for the efforts they have made to case will come before 'the Secretary for :;

J. + esnVictona'skneewbichwasInjuredfall Mr. Walcott, the quail-eater, sat down present condition of affairs public men save their property from confiscation to the argument in a few days. The counselfor :

': J," .on the stabs at Windsor pal- Monday afternoon to finish: the thirtieth are governed by public sentimentThe State government. The Democrats of the the State says if this claim is. &dju"l}

J, Mitt E. nuee more satisfactory. Hers brace of birds. He had wagered that he Civil-Service bill was forced South were solid,not because they were disloyal ted under the rule laid down by the Supreme <-
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.J keeps:.her room in accordance could eat a.brace of quails every afternoon upon Congress by the voice of the but because every local interest which Court in passing upon this grant ;

4 the-rice'.r her ph1z cians. She is for thirty consecutive days. Two people. can appeal to the best interests of men that the State will be entitled to between

<- /: ",!,;er j able to move shout The swel- hundred/'andfifty dollars was the original "The difference between the Democratic demand that they should be so. After eight hundred thousand, and a, million -:':

f :I v=:ber kneels_ subsiding, and it is stake, but from time to time it has been and Republican parties is just what it the experience of local Republican rule acres. Under any circumstance' it is". '>** ,

;, .+ by till physicians in attendance increased until some four or five thousand was between Democracy and every party:. we have had in the South, we cannot be thought that the State is entitled to ij;

)" that it will entirelyAd"Ptcl1 dollars depended upon the result.. Not that opposed it from the days of Jefferson expected to submit to it again except as 300,000 acres of land now,held by the ..> i'.

\o u.fnclarL, : all of them were bet by the original par- to 1860. The Democratic party has ever a punishment for crimes of which we railroad. The decision of this, question If-

:i '1 d il '' ': It II : ties to the wager, however. Walcott said been the party of the people and the shall be duly convicted." may lead to the adjustment of land-grants ', *
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< tie : as he sat down that he felt quite as well, Constitution. In all free countries politi- At the close of Senator Jones speech, similarly held by other ntfliTfadiTr .'-
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& 4 II; reports throughout if not better,,than.when he began thequail cal parties without regard to their names which was frequently interrupted by applause It is understood that an effort is abohi ,,,

.'} r1l tXY sad statementaof, widespread diet. Among- the spectators on are divided by the same principles and he was given vote of thanks, accompanied to be made to have an 'extra, session 'of' :
( dianrter
ateao br blbet& Monday were several physicians. Wal- purposes. They are the party of freedom be rousing cheers, on motionof the Senate called to consider the Mexican ;" 'm
', ,IiDpJo.e of great mapi.fIk and the of the ex-State Senator Alfred II It has been ascertained since the '"J<:'_ "
'"" ;. cott took seven minutes to clean the bonesof party power, one struggling Wagstaff. treaty.
aUhe .
.&. :; .; \ ',,,, ,, .aggregate .1I.enormous..y. .. the last day's brace. The number of to secure for the people the largest & .... I adjournment that the postponement of }
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j ""'",. ,-_ >'&n.1wtoP.--1be..;: ..town of. Mason, visitors to the place where the contest measnreof freedom compatible with public RemAining uncalled for at the Tltus- the treaty was for motives: other than "

['lfi'f; .-}-,'"> l.Jlus.'baahe1a'an elect has been going on has not been far from order and good government, the other always those which have been,given to.the.'public ply,.:
rifle P.0.Penfield .
} >i1v ,; .'Acted.the foUowingofficers: ten thousand rnd the match has excited laboring to impair and diminish hu- and that peculiar reasons not relatingto

,c' 'i'J w ,eestar. -... ,*A.Bean:.Clerk,a J.i J. BeanyJ.H.BeanandF. much interest and comment. man rights*and freedom and increase the ,Edward M. 2. Fulton, A.'M. the treaty rendered an extra session .
'1.AI.I.__ L Bean- ..... Simms, Miss Kittie E. Cooke, RevH. ;
; power and authority of the government. undesirable to a majority of Senatora '
1l .1.'" .'. "h,.T.: J. Bean; Supervisor, of George "W. Sapp,. traveling agent of I. Senator Jones then reviewed the history Fackler, 8. K.; The promoters of the treaty have hopes '
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yfiF .w.'m'6:; .l, JL'BeIa. .I_-'to", J, a Bean. the Atlanta Pod-Appeal, is said to have of the Democratic party and .showed Jomr M. Dixoar,Postmaster.TUusrille .. that the President, who is, understood: to r

Jl 'x41e'ot. the Tallahassee and St.which fallen frr to half a million dollars. I II how, under the leadership of Jefferson, Fbu,.l.February... 12, 1883. sympathize" with, thi, %view of;-u.e- ,ease'
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<' .L_,iIII. : .. waa adtiertieed to Nervousness, debility, and exhausted: that, party was. successful in. ,protectingthe Containing all Hf essentials of A 'true may nevertheless be. persuaded,to call,the,M t
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l It ir If\;? ;... t. f r frjfyouth's. this,world is a good wife' .
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'f ll 1 J i 'JIar. '-' wife, no matter howhas. muck
,_ 'name.'i and ,wondered that he had not seen
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:' -e-: Il'tit' 11't .. .. :<.tr.C"Atseng theSeek7 '. :- ."You :would. ,like-t9: know...mine. ., Isnpposeahe tableau they made-she, with a bright him before.. Marriage is'a, trans, poe
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''j. ;t i.:8asraa i. sbrndie.e) youngfeDowoflithe. "Goorad. von, said with a'saucy smile ; color in her cheeks,'her light curly bait Presently Conrad leaned forward, from the monied removed value as .far" 'm'...-...". ,

,,, :" bat.J am,not going to tell it to you. tossed about her forehead, and her eyes and with his saber idly raked little ofr. :is
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"''' ,l1'Jt-'t..t---;, ''' V'tio'h', .- .. .' Can me Penelope, or :one of the Fates, like d-'ftTpnnda, and he,with enough pal- vellum-bound book towards him out of homes everywp m '
cri e from the court been bought and th7 ';
paid for
igf '. or any one .who sits working bus% lor-the result of his illness--to lend a the burning pile. It was a volume ofDante's :by
.-. .,_..Ldi., Jr- .. act. ..d the... brightestSK earnings after marriage "35T
while :
others :
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....... ,I > la:ff.: the r ''- '" > are amusing themselves, new interest to his face, and his fine Inferno with the date
eyes room. truer than that '
..t' and weave,. some kind of interesting figure set off by his uniform. Daphnehad On the fly-leaf were these words in a good wifie ..x

,'.:o '!';1..T'.'.. DUlt1l7qn..iIiJtA.WU."" ,, -, c, '. ..UDder'WaY, ,, romance, about me. Now leave me, I'' gathered a tiny bunch of winter failed ink- Daphne, de son ami home is as surely*a money

#! '. -;.. Conrad"';with,'aprettyJiWe'' .Abatian beg of you., I hope you will enjoy the violets, and was shewing her treasuresto Louis." the husband who toils,with: .....f.:':

so f A pt tasnt'.as:" .,partner> .. ,. ,(.vwas/'. trying, his. wit, remainder of the, ball, and I am very Conrad, who bent his head over hers "Daphne," said Conrad, half to himself brain. The best motto forman everj '' {
'J; j ;.a6ahrt hcra;; to the'amusement; ofaIl or is
rgf : overheard glad have been of service to you." to see them, when both were startled bya "an unusual name. and a very woman "Marry for.m.JIII(:
who But' to the '
young % work for riches."
"I thank you'eartily said Conrad It .may'fogy 'b ; i-e '
rbipt'. flow- voice saying, in not the gentlest of pretty one too.
: :of 'repartee there
; camepreHeBtiy
:\.:11''i" pressing one of her soft white hands tones: "I am glad you like it,"observed the idea, but millions of hoD1i.i

:'f.t' ', a"Hmofft sudden"eoe"one ehfllihg shock;'midthift gallantly'to his lips. "Lieut. von Rosenhain, you are very dark-eyed stranger at his side ; "it is bear testimony to its truth faln estl ;.)(f.j
war himI Women
tapped to the front
:..,, : em"tlie..ishonlder" :; and 'said Upon his:return to the ball-room the imprudent to sit in this damp garden the name of the girl who is to be my -C "
fj in a passed a law which is
sepulchra
-
p. to be
-:-; festivity seemed to have lost all its while you are still an invalid. Daphne, wife." sv _
.ttd |wfuspen to the people, allowing wamenta
; charm for Conrad yon Roseahain ; the you will accompany me to the house, as Conrad looked at the man in silence. ,
qt, .'"Make yourself tau.a as soon as p for all offices in that State. 'T!he .s;>;;'
B'gnests'voices
eibte'youhive'.i: were noisy and djsconlant I Fraulin Lindes, your ,governess, seem The idea took sudden possession of him
long rip in the back dice against women
of.your stoekimg 1"" a compared with the low, girlish tones to to have deserted you.** that his hated rival was before him; and occupying '..' :;",

''The'horror of' that.. moment'wssover which he had 'just been listening, and Daphne arose with a frightened look but he could not bear to hear the truth public positions is_steadily' :
ing as rofl
t years by. This is
; there was not a face in all the in
her and
; : :whelming for Conrad Roaenhain throngthat eyes, took her father's arm ; from the maws own lips. .
noticeable' in
yon did not pale before the delicate for it it had co mectlon''wtth.._ _
was the old baron who
{4.if be,:tI :hero,of the ball,changed to an so On the first opportunity that offered, tional matters. Women
: of ridicule : loveliness of the onp he had seen bending ntthlt.'ssly*broken in upon her tete-a- he asked of the who the tall are now
object if;any pne were rude one men ble as school officers in
: over the Leap of coloird silks in the tete with Conrad. fluff
; ...eooOlh to laugh! Raging at, the flimsy little boudoir. officer was with the eagle eyes and gray Kansas,Virginia,*)fassachgas */
'f' The next day Lieut. von Rosenhain
-; products,'of, an modern looms Von mustache
; :: Minnesota New
York
> The next day was a: dark for P *
te one took his stroll in the garden alone. BMK
( BoHOhaui dashed through the heavy "That is Cot Hugo von Pleyel," v as '
\'ania. Vermont
Schloss! Wyoming and Va
the ,
Iarburg; news spread like Towards evening he was requested to ,;
silyr portieres in search of some one'toiwtore the reply.
office in Wisconsin
wild-fire that the Countess Linden except that ot
was hocor Baron von Remsthal with a visit %fc
K* order to his toilet: It was ajbig The next night it was to superintendent In'
necessary Mississippi
striken down with
: Toe a violent fever, and In his study. The baron received the ttefcrr
? and ,
rent, :wondered that the peoplejn trfe send an important message to a certa requires that at least one
p the ba1l.room'their: frightened guests were begged to young man with elaborate politeness, wom.f1W'1
merriment point three miles distant. The lay be a member of the State >
I disperse with' all possible haste. Von and way board of j
: well I proceeded to tell him that a sum- :
M as they did. They've'prohably1anglring thmmrh the village and was dangerousas cation. But "
Rosenhain conservative ..
was obliged to take his departure Eng1w.
at him confound mons had come for him to rejoin his -
& now, with I many French soldiers wtre skulking far ahead of this country; and '
: .' the others, much though regiment he would losing so
them! .:A. man in livery told him that ; regret
about. Conrad Von q
q" he screened to find out who his benefactress Rofcenhain: was who have property have always vi:
from his butit
.i agreeable a guest house,
by the
going to end of *
a long corridor ,
!; : 'was, of whose childish violet eyes could not be helped. chosen one messenger, and oddly for municipal offices1;! $ ;
bmg'opia '
$r.' anFpu-- a ,certain, door. he and lovely pink-tinted<< face he had been "By-the-way continued the old enough it fell to the lot of Cot von Augusta Sholke, once a favorite&4

would find.one.of the lady's-maids, who Pleyel to accompany him. sense of Paris and Berlin,andftbeticipal >;:r
dreaming ever since. It would have man, pit would perhaps interest to >
1 would take the stitches in the you '
necessary At dark the two men set forth on attraction of the Viceroy Efjjttif
}.,.., '* unlticky been heartless to pursue ,his investigations hear that my daughter Daphne is aboutto *
stocking..Following
the man's directions. Von at such a time, and he could not be betrothed to a distant cousin of their dangerous errand,the elder know- imported ballet troupe, is past. herd** :
ing little of the hate for him in the ing days, and is directing the terpdeJaSrean '
and be burden the :
:stay a upon stricken
;': Rosenhain found himself at length in a mine, Hugo von Pleyel, a man considerably -
one's breast. On the entertainment in PbiudBUjplvariety !
house. younger way a
t largedimly-ligbted: apartment hung atone her senior, but of excellent char-
they spoke little and followed each theatre. She that Amt .&
A few weeks later Conrad von Rosen and says ..
..r end 'with. .half-drawn. curtains, acter, iKtosessed of a handsome for-
r other in the darkness as well as they girls would make the most superb.
through which light gleamed. He advanced hain, together with many another brave 1 tune. It is an unspeakable relief tome

4' quietly,an&was about to speak, youth, was called upon to assist in the to know that my child's future is se- could. Parsing through a narrow gate- ers in the world if-they i were not too'

j,, when surprise'at the tableau before him defence of his fatherland against the cure. way at the end of the, village street, to go through with the requisite_ '

hi French, and in the excitement of Von Ro nhain's sword slipped and of training. They .practice an 1
silenced'him.,, The lovely girl sitting army But alas for the fond dreams of
I HT life his mind had less time to dwell upOn struck on the ground. and then begin to cry over their ackaf$
with the,light'gUntmg on her fair hair either new lie, a young officer, withno

was no buly's-maid; in her light blue the: pretty little unknown who had M> other property in the world than his I "Who goes there ?'* called A gruff toes. English girls are fully,'. II'bIi,, .:'.. ,

1* Telvet dress; with _ft old lace about facinated him. ]horse and sword could ill offer himselfas i voice in French, followed by the sharp.. and usually awkward, .too. 'Ge ;.iI

J the neck and, sleeves, she seemed more In an engagement near the village of rival to the rich Baron von Pleyel report of a musket. I girls, as a rule,are clumsy ,

-; like a young prince Kirchfelt Lieut. von Rosenhain was when the Von Remflhals were on the "Foolish fellow to waste his bullet ians and French male the hest ismrS fj.I

.r .,*,'I have mistaken the,room," he said wounded in the shoulder-not severely, verge of bankruptcy. How the young aiming in the dark 1" said Conrad to i I as they are generally graceful and nil 7

!?,J to himself, "and had better take myself but enough to make him unfit for service man bated this stranger who was to himself. Ime afraid to work. "The'darget's tbfipg i

]/" .off as quickly possible" for some weeks.. As no hospital l bear off the prize he fo yearned for! Outside the village the danger was asserts "should not gettired'ii"i' f

t\ .But, as',he turned, he slipped and was in the neighborhood, Schloss Hoh- As Conrad strode past a half-ruined : over, and Von Rosenhain having wan.I.I loves her art." No one ever heaQtl: %;

x enstein the home of a certain Baron dered out of of his .the fingers of a good piano player'Mrifrjf'
nearly fell, and the girl, startled, looked summer-house standing a little back hearing companion, : :;

'.t up frightened., von Remsthal, was chosen as quartersfor j from the avenue,the sound of smothered hurried on alone, delivered his message, j:1|I stiff' and sore that he is unable toIIi$

c' "Pray' :donot, be alarmed!! said Conrad the invalid, and thither von Rosen- sobbing. reached his ear. In another and returned to the camp. The next I I I well. The dancer's toes should tithe .:i

''jo advancing, "I>was ,sent in search ham was sent to await recovery. moment he stood in the little arbor, morning, on inquiring for Col. von piano player's fingers.:"* *& ,
.. .
of a"maid :wjio would mend, a rent in Schloss Hohenstein was a fine old ; clasping both Daphne's hands in his, Pleyel, Conrad heard to his astonishment I I ,l tt' ,

i my ,dress ; but I must have mistaken mansion and that he had not returned. Wondering
rapidly falling into decay, the looking down into her tear-brimming ]f Remarkable Preservatlona' -1

'r, the man's 'di 'ee ons." shrubberies were tangled and unkempt,
; "No,.there :is, ,no mistake" sent my the statues crumbled unheeded. And 'his own. that they had traversed together on the It is astonishing how well'I some'; :
'
+ rasii' .to bed half an hour ago, as she within doors the desolation was nearlyas "Am I not to congratulate you on previous evening, and, as he neared the pie wear when they become'eoz. :;::,

had a bad headache. Perhaps I could the *' little gate at the end of the deserted
-," great once beautiful furniture your engagement ? he asked with a When in April, 1861, the remains tlf

,' ',,' remedy the:defect'in your dress," the and tapestries were worm eaten and in bitter ring in his '"oit(>. street, he saw to his surprise Cot von Napoleon was transferred '',ta t e'sr.; :

!. -. girl returned., with a charming smile. .1 tatters. Moreover, there were very few "Oh, no, no! I am so unhappy. Pleyel sitting on a bench beside a cot- cophagus, they' were observed tabus;
;:." "Oh; no; not for worlds would I servants and But what tage.
; rumors reached Conrad'sears can I do ?,We are very poor a perfect state of
preservation j Alas,
: "trouble you I I will go in search of of the Baron von Remsthal Iteingdeeply almost on the verge of want, and 1 "We were wondering at your absence, in July,'1793 the National Converii3a t 11

[1"0"< a aoine one else" said Conrad,with something involved in debt. cannot disappoint my father." colonel," he was about to say, but the decreed that, the tombs of .the: do\'

?J;,> like" ,ablush." One bright sunny day, as Conrad was "Do :you loan 'olle else V Conrad words froze on his lil s. Hugo vcn !, want kings at the.Church of St.,'Dei*'s'

: ", But the pretty little fairy would not in the asked Pleyel was stone-dead, shot .
walking garden, rejoicing at the eagerly watching her face. I through- the (five miles from Paris should te'fr- r
1. '- hear of his going, and almost before hei I of For brain. .
thought soon being able to rejoin reply he leaned her pretty head molished the first tomb opened-- re's

:realized what she was doing, she had I his .regiment, some one advanced upon his shoulder, and the young soldier Von Rosenhain remembered with a that of Turenne whose body wasfoumi*-1

,a threaded. needle with a bit of lilac towards him whom he had not seen before knew the truth. shock the striking of his saber on the in such 'w
perfect preservation that it w
:,' silk and bad dropped upon her knees at Schloss Hohenstein graceful The next day Lieutenant von Rosen- ground, the challenge .of the French
exhibited for month'
'; before' him on the wolf's skin on which young girl in a pretty, fur-trimmed hain took his departure. His heart was soldier and the bullet fired. That, bullet :1 in the the space of eight ,;1
The first bod1- "
:; ,he stood.,. Deftly, and, quickly she dress, her cheeks flushed with the cold heavy at the thought that he would perhaps had struck down the man whom he tracted sacristy. ;1|
from the vault of the Bourbea 'j
"'
:' .mended the. rent in the much-reviled crisp air. Surely he had seen those,eyes never see Daphne again ; but the, hated above all others on earth. He had was that of Henry rv ''and It Wai...- ;

stocking,, and, rote lightly to her feet, before ? Was he dreaming, or was this memory that she loved him awakeneda fallen upon the stone bench without a hibited ? *

-:,: ,scarcely" touching Conrad's arm offeredin really the same mysterious fairy who song of triumph within him, hopeless cry, and, supported by the wall of the for two days, during !! ; ;,
casts' ;
taken On
ft were of the face. tII\A
: assistance. had mended his stocking at the fancy though their love was. house, had sat in ghastly silence ever

:y"t. am ;very. ,much ,obliged,to you," bale?- I! since.A same day the' bodies 0(. IfcuiLouis XI1I A. ,
XIV. Marie de Medici ts't,
I >f; began UdT"the young:man, in earnest tones, "Good morning, Lieut. von ROM n- I II I There had been a sharp engagement successor was needed to till the of Austria,,Marie Therese' and Loi*, ;

hain 1 she said with a lovely smile he I of the t
between French and Prussians on the post lamented Col. von Pleyel the "
.
Dauphin :
:; 'Oh son of Louis XIV.. :
mind thanks for
never such a remembered so well. "I am so glad outskirts of the little of and to Conrad von Rosenhain's
village Apfel- delightit
disinterred. Xffl.
:t' trifle ODe The body ,of Louis
Any would have
> much.Now done as you are well enough to be out again. I dod, and the contending parties hovered was offered to him as a reward for his was in good preservation that .Of'' \

t you may: go back to thelittle have inquired for you, every, day, but still about the place for another past bravery. The first person to.whom Louis : the blaciT; 'Tke .
XIV. of deepest
: Alsatian with whom :
peuant- -you have not had the of tl.e
I pleasure seeing you attack on the morrow. At nightfall young manrote of his advancement tomb of Charles Isabellaof {
: have been VI. and \
t "
flirting the I
all
evining.
before. I hope you have not forgotten Lieutenant von Rosenhain and a few was the Baron von Remsthal, and variahis
'Yon Ro *nliain. seemed in no hurry : me." the letter conM_ >rtcontaiued nothhiflf ,j
' = other officers and men gathered round contained a formal
< request dry bones. '
The
Dagobertin
tomb of "
j to art
4. go. "Never !" declared Conrad I for the hand of his
f retaining a meager camp-fire to try to snatch a daughter Daphne in opened by The balls. i i
ks "So you have seen me,before my appearance the little hand so frankly proffered I few hours' deep. marriagp. Daphne herself replied witha torchlight. ;

'!:. here,this evening.? Surely I this king and ,his,queen,Natbilde III,,
' him."How "It is a pity we can have no better happy glowing letter; and when the '
kiaf
a:: lee yon for the first,time.now ? he said, odd that we should meet the together enveloped in_silk*, ,The !,!
again, fire on this bitter summer came soldier-lover
$ wonderingly."Yes ., cold night; go to the claimed head was severed fro the,body ; $* f
quite by chance But you do not house yonder, Wilhelm, and see if you his bride. Diphnein her orangeblossoms head of .i;
: I wax among the.lookers-on in know me. I must introduce the queen was missing.j .!
myself find was "beautiful
can any fuel, said one of the offi as an angel," the
.' the gallery., near. the musicians, and I now, because I am your hostess. I am neighbors said. customs of the people, i in, Dagobert"time 3S

.'f : Vatched 'you, particularly during the Daphne von Remsthal, and I live herewith cers.The man took a lantern and went must have, made it.a rather sbr*

ri; b jir ,thai, f was, allowed to stay. :My my'father." towards the 'ring thing to be! a king.. '- I ':
.
deserted-looking
C::1, :" -.'aunt declares that I am too young to "So at last I know the of the building .,frtt
name in
standing its own grounds the aban-
: ,. the Compliments
t appear at ball as a guest-do : ':
you fair unknown who,helped me out of my doned home of rich He '
some -It is
" : family. bad policy to'waskba 'ti
; sat. think it' a shame? ,1 shall be sixteen -
a+ nextbiithday.an&I.love danc- very unpleasant'predicament at Count returned with his arms full of books. "If I owned that land of yours,"sug with soapi as the potash jfnju.-.iv, '

3"- 'tag Marburg's ball It is a question that Ihave "The place hasbeen plundered, sir gested a florid gentleman bubbling leather. If the harness, becomes ran! : t

V: : "It I"r-is, ;an unpardonable .shame !,** e xtimes asked since..myself" in vain thousands of of everything but these'; but they will with good advice, "I'd 'cut. it up over in rub off the dirt as well'as possible. *1r1 v**. .:

" make a fine fire." building lots, sell 'em a soft brush and supply a'dressing ;:
make
: elamed"Conrad and
:: excitedly, as he looked It is enough ;
" Into her'' plainiivej astonishing.bowmuch these two As do one objected, the soldier flung to live easy the rest of my,life" "And i j: grain black,'f oUowed with oil or talto*?' I
t- violet eyes,, dewy who had never met before but once the armful of books on the ding names. if I ': which will and
was sure you had as much fasten the collar raatk 1
.' tear I"wfll and faculty ,:;:;
with go beg. found .
your
: ', : ,to say ta each other in the. old "Bring more-the idea,isrnot bad ;" to manage your own business the leather pliable. "F ]
:? aunt to let you .come.. Describe..her to garden, and the summons to luncheon and soon the cam -fire burned have as you ,
merrily
,ire". .and I;mill search, till'.I,:find" her.. came all too'soon. 'FrOm this day oa fed by scores of priceless old volumes. would faculty lend to give that,advice, to.others, I hileworkmen a'e ......i..
do the kind 'Herr you $1,5: you asked -' \"
"Pray uothinggi the invalid soldier found nothing so beneficial "A _digging
pity but
pity
-a great our men for '
; yesterday.
i And
von:iUaenhain i laid the: the, train, rolled near Scranton last week :the i O '
.' ,> :_ girl,,laying. for his health as a stroll in the cannot freeze," said a man, lying wrapped I on and the florid .

:JWpretty'. 'hand on_Coral's sleeve; *fit 11 I shrubbery, even., when 'the, :weather in his cloak, near Von Rose Dhain. i .seat gentleman. chang ed his. I,thousands ,of, living:potato',huga" BiWs? .. J

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t';t.t.'j: ;/:.- 'wHY:NOTSAVE. .___. Mq,. .EI.:; bwbiDg the true bi seed haste; and* For Our Youth: I to him'which be quickly picked up, and Selected' Humor.
". ".<;r' :?!>>: :: : L I I with which be h1?Tied back
tt'"7x..r" "g ersstinba.- l clou't':'" 'even the' old,bagging fa sewed together )i' <
fi" ....the In and the and,.pot ,on' ,the ,market again in,rolls To Young Men. )One day' a large piece of rind wasthrown "In choosing a wife says an exchange
,
, fall altL''f
k -' i 4i.oe.Rat..uU radd7 boys sad tn! :the anlamphjhfiglued chimney nook like "as first, 'before it'.was. I used at all.This Young man, in the following para- to him, so large, that althoughthe "be governed by her chin."

' :;11_ 1e line of a picturebookli and' : mill has the very:finest machinery, graph you will find the' entire law and little visitor ran at, it greedily, he The worst of it is that, after choosing #

!D1rite;die bacnit'pride and of made 1t hoae the tart beirt, all moved by;a 300 horsepower Corliss the testmony: Young man, save that could hardly lift it.at alL The perse- a wife, one is ai-t to keep oa being

'jI.uu W4"' tables idn ,the tea.rr.wnd .' engine penny; pick up that'pin ; let that account vering"little fellow, however, managedto governed in the same way., .*

, ;ieftJy, be correct to a farthing ; find out take it a very short distance, but he .

... ';t-.4'&e4 frogs without compiatnt faint.R' Dr.Merkel states that the, height of what that bit of ribbon costs before could not anyhow succeed getting it A single Pennsylvania'establishment

..boJe Jaer household saint an individual after a night's rest,measured 'take it the half dime the ,sent out last year 160,000 worth of
} 1 xa.e JDIIII:pother you ; pay yeur up chimney. He tried so often to .
1t.; ;;r- poeient all selfish bliss of above love.gx before rising' from the bed, is two I friend handed you to make change do so; that those who watched his anxious frogs. It is not likely that a cent's
Qis the patient ministry inches greater than it is in the evening worth of these will be eaten
with; in a word, be economical, be accurate little efforts were quite sorry for however.
, .:? (between the*cloud of smoke measured standing. There is a gradual Not because epicures don't like
, A1l1 1 farmer spoke:, and know what you are doing; him ; and then at ,last he disappeared, frogs'
t' yrea&hedhia lips.the and inter'st to diminution in height; caused by the be honest and then be for all to home legs, but because these particular frogs
.'f...; -re'i taxes to raise pay generous, go as they thought, tired and :
f1 rwoUIdbemighty come a I'mboundtosayfcfv rainey day yielding of the plantar arches and of you have or acquire thus belongs to disappointed, with the task given up. had no legs, and were intended for railway
"i : handy, the intervertebral disks and sudden tracks.
t r tomethingputby. For folks must a you by every rule of right, and you may But not so A short time afterwardshe *
tr; cJie: diminution, when the individual rises, put'it to any good use you please. It "Can "
;, 4.4n tbere's'funeral bills and gravestoneirf reappeared, bringing with him another you help me a little, said a
occurring at the articulations of the
is not to be economical. It '
;J to boy parsimony mouse one evidently of a former I tramp, poking his head into a. country
'*,*.toomth to.wam ,a man, putty nigh: lower extremities. The sinking at the is not small to know the price of the generation, being both larger and shop.. *"Why don't you help your
J. !:ward an' ickan'Joe
; article you are about to purchase, or to self ?" said the
,
ft. ;the] vided for when we &0fb stronger than himself-and this "friendin proprietor angrily.
tell you 'd du: one-twelfth to one-eighth inch; at the remember a little debt you owe. What need" he "Thank I will said the
f 80.j'tvin Wood could conducted to the piece of you, tramp,
I
? of as ever hip, tw-fifths inch. The shortening
';;t ires don't do any good: if you do meet Bill Pride bedecked out rind,which he at once picked up,the two as he picked up a ,Dutch cheese and
:Ixtra
,, ,
at the knee is due
l probably to the elasticity
'Ct" >Td be savin' of soap an'savin'of lie, in a much better suit than yours, the then returning triumphantly, throughthe two loaves of bread and. ,disappeared
'And candles once in a while. : of the cartilages. At the hip f
! some
: run up price of which he has not yet learned like
home a lightning streak followed
by
( tiuarin' ofcoft'ee and tea chimney, together.We ,
4 -I'd rather there is in addition of
a sinking the ,
,
from the tailor who laughs at
your
,
Is Iialf-a-dozen of
' '<* For sugar highAn' j lumps coaL
may well be astonished at the
head of the femur into
the
lt.o buy. cotyloid faded dress and old-fashioned notion
,
:.:.n"... 4,JU3' cider is good enough drink for me: cavity. will i sagacity of the little mouse who so cleverly A preacher, raising his eyes: from his
of and
day
;" I'd be kind o' careful about my clo'esif honesty rijrht-your ; gained his end. Perhaps he had I Isaid desk in the midst of his sermon" ,was:
..A.DdJook out sharp bow the money goes come. }Franklin from a pennysavingboy '
f: 'Gewgaws is useless nater knows: Algiers is said to abound in depositsof to himself, as he gave up his task, j I paralyzed with amazement to see his
with loaf
walking in the streets a
;. :- i&Extmtrimmin' copper, silver-bearing lead, zinc, "I am too little too carry it,but I know rude boy in the gallery pelting the
! the bane of women. of bread under his arm, became a companion
,: 8
? ''f rd sell A the best ot my cheese an' honey. and especially iron, and one of the I. of king one who is older and bigger than,I am, hearers in the pews below with horse

r .. :Aa'ecgsis as good nigh"bout,as th' money: principal mines is reported to yield 1 &1I) and therefore stronger, so I will fetch chestnuts. But, while the good man

c<.. ,I A na' tu we the can carpet make you the wanted old one du new: tons of iron-ore per day. Materials for Poor Billy. him to carry it away for me." Then was preparing a frown of reproof, the

r +, 'And guess as for th' washer an' Be win' machine construction, building stones, lime, Among the most remarkable of ca- he had his friend (perhaps his own young hopeful cried out :' "You'tend

:1. tThem. srnoothed tongued agents, so pesky marble, etc., are also abundant and nine exigences was Bill)% who went mother), to tell his trouble, to communicate to your preaching, daddy. I'll keep f

, You, mean.better get rid of'em slick an' clean. salt is found in a great many places. into the jaws of a crocodile mill came his wishes, to pursuade to en- hem awake." a

.What do they know 'bout women's work? The number of men employed in the counter danger and come with him or '
out alive. His muster an Euxlbdimnn ;
; -
1 calkilate women was made to ANECDOTES LAW vuu Erskine
they
Do various mines already exceeds :3.YK. he had said that
"H South perhaps they were kind '
:., shirk r on,a sporting excursion in Central observed, on coming into court one .
'. ? The cultivation of tobacco has increased
people whence that cheese whom
: came
Africa, was strolling along a nar- :
1 Dick and Edward and! little Joe day, that 'Mr. Balfour, a brother bar
largely within the mast years, but the she need not fear and then he had led
in stream ;
Satin the corner a row. row, deep one evening, looking rister, had his ankle bound up With.a ,,
o a They saw the patient mother goOn greatest future expectations are based for bird.. The dog Billy was running her to the spot. There was much for a
, ceaseless errendi to and fro ; I silk handkerchief. "What's the matter -
(? Ii They saw that her form was bent; and thin, upon the culture vineyards, and the along the water's edge, doing his best little mouse to settle before his rind Balfour?" he inqu ret.l The sufferer 9

:p Her temples gray her cheeks sunk in; extent of land devoted to vines is about to drive up game for his master. could be safely taken home for him; but, '
whose mode of himself
,,,,_ They saw the quiver of lip and chin.And ."50,000 acres. Public works also have as we see, he succeeded and then no expressing
,
with a wrath he could not Then was,however, a small crocodile was always very elaborate, replied: "I
\ then reached considerable importance, and doubt the friends gladly shared and ;1
.
,
{ e uh> via also on the still hunt, and as was taking a romantic ramble in
?: '' Outspoke the youngea, frailest brother: there are now 3528 miles of highwayand I distributed their nice supper for I believe myrother's
,
; "You talk ofavin' wood.n' He Billy ran along the bank, he seized the > grounds. when, .coming to a
ioi about 800 miles of railroad in
; .An tea an* sugar all the while I poor animal by the hind quarters and mice are very good and generousin gate, I had to climb over it, by which ( .
'But'you KIVKK talk of SAVIJT" MOTHER! course of construction.The sharing food with one another.
__' n, __ pulled him into the water. Seeing I I came in contact, with the first bar,

:' .' Economies of Science. Philadelphia Medical Tune has what had happened, the master jumped Surely there seems to be somethingvery and grazed the epidermis of my leg,

,! found some choice reading in a small down the bank, and standing close to like reasoning in all this which has caused a slight extravasation '

** :y ;The fact that'an aniline black can bet manual used for children of 11 or 12 the water, waited for a chance to save How wonderful is the instinct of a of blood." "You may thank yomr

I ,*formed with vanadium has provoked yean old in the schools of Manchester his dog. little animal! I read a beautiful definition lucky stars," observed Erskine, "that ;

t ,investigation into the feasibility of the England. In one of them the author Poor Billy's he.uloon came above of instinct in a book one day,which your brother's gate was not so lofty as.. t

\- production of that metal for commerce. explains scientifically the things of the surface, but was the next instant said that "instinct was reason without your style, or you must have, broken

'./, ,M.M/Osmond and G. Witz have found common life. Youths of 12 are quite dragged out of sight again. As the reasoning;; as it came straight from God." your neck 1" .

; ;.. considerable source of supply in the ignorant of what jumping means. lie crocodile turned with the dog, its white But does there not seem to be also some-
Lord Erskine while circuit
foundry scorias of Creuzyt, France, tells them "jumping or leaping is effected belly seemed to be just under the wa times reason without re-dSOning.-Ch11- going ,
' asked the landlord 1
was by of the hotel
,: which contain two per cent. of vanadic (1)) by the sudden contraction of ter. Thinking to make the reptile lose dren's F.iettl.l.
how he had slept. He replied -
dogmatically
s :acid., The scorias have only to be the muscles of the calf, by which the his hold, the hunter tired both barrelsat :
"Union fact of which,
strength
; ,treated with hydrochloric acid to obtain heels are suddenly raised and the body .t

; :from thema green liquor whic can be jerked off the ground; ((2)) by the simul- it.But when Billy's head again appear: Early Women Journalists.The some of your inmates appear, to be unaware :
for had they been unanimous
;"uied directly. in dyeing. taneous contraction of the muscles ed, the crocodile was still clinging to ; ;
,
?# last night tliey could easily have.pushed ;
which bend the the the legs out the
thigh upon pelvis ; dog's Reaching gun first daily printed in
A foreign techinal journal gives the newspaper me out of bed." "Fleas?" the landlord ;,
? ((3)) by the sudden extension of the legs by the barrels, the hunter put out thestock the world was established and edited -
following method for detecting the exclaimed, affecting great aston
by the contraction of extensor muscles, near the dog's mouth. It was by a woman-Elizabeth Mallet in Lon-
,
presence, of lead in tinfoil: A drop of ishment. "I was not aware that I had
this movement following immediatelyon seized by the dog and held with the dOM, 1702-almost two hundred
> concentrated acetic acid is let fall upon years a single flea in the house." "I don't
the two movements first described. grip of death. Getting hold of Billy'sears ago. In her salutatory she said she had
the suspected leaf, and a drop of the believe you have," 'retorted his lord-
: Should this be called condensed milk' his master pulled with such forceas established a "to the
t' solution ,of potassium iodide.is added. newspaper spare ship, "theyare all married, I think, t
for balks ? to draw the crocodiles head out of half the which the
public
impertinence
Jf there, is lead present there is formed I and have uncommonly. large families* /}
Professor Keinsch in lecture water. contain." Womanlike
in .two a lately ordinary papers -
or three minutes a yellowish
spot: of lead iodide. Dr. Kopp'moistens delivered, gave the results of his re- Just then, a friend appeared on the her paper was reformatory. Lord Ellenborough- showing some 7

.,1 'tbsTleaf I searches regarding the manner in which bank, and fired a charge of shot into impatience at a barrister's speech, the
to be examined with sulphuric The first published in
if coal had been formed. lie had exam- the reptile's eyes, which made him let newspaper gentleman paused and said : "Is it the \ ,
acid.j the tin is the America of which have record
pure spot re- we any
his hold in and swim pleasure of the court that I should
ined with the microscope not less than go a hurry away. pro i
<
:mains.white,but if lead is present there was in :Massachusetts. It was called "
is a black spot 2oOO; ( sections of coal, and had come to The narrowness of the stream-it was ceed with my statement ? "Pleasure, ,1
the Jfaa&ichusetts Gazette and 2ievsLctter.
; the conclusion that coal had not been only six feet in width, but deep-prevented sir, has been out of the question for a 'c
t After the death of the editor
Works in Vienna for ** *
are projected
but
formed by the alteration of accumulatedland the crocodile from using its I long time ; you may,proceed.
the widow it in the
edited most spirited
obtaining a great quantity of electrical
: plants, but that it consisted of strength, though it left three bad
manner for two or three It was
power by means of the water of the years.
microscopic forms of a lower order of wounds on Billy, which marked him as A Wonderful Party at Windsor
:.D anube. The electricity is to be stored the only paper that did'n t suspend operations "
who had the skin of Castle.
protoplasm, and although he had care a dog "escaped: by ;;
,
U v ; when Boston was besieged by
accumulators, of different dimensions his teeth." !I-:
fully examined the cells and other remains -
t
the British. The widow's
: which'would be delivered to cus- name was
tomers for use either for electric lighting of p'ants of a higher order, he A Knowing Mouse. Margaret Craper.In The following good story comes froma

.6. of for motive' Besides being computed that they have contributed Have you ever wondered, children, quarter where we are assured "itB :

thus power. only a fraction of the mass of coal veins how animals and insects carry on their 1032 Rhode Island issued the first correctness can be vouched for."' Many ;
accumulated the electricity is'also .
,to.be'conducted through underground however numerous they may have been conversations with one another? I have newspaper. It was owned and edited by years ago, at the time.of 'a great cere- ,

'writes.. By'combining the two methods in some instances. lie referred to the frequently ; and perhaps'when we see Anna Franklin. She and her two daugh- mony, Windsor Castle was honored with "

,together electrical centres will be erected I fact that Dr. Muck, of Bochum, held little dogs, as we do so often, standing ters did the printing, and their servants the presence of three sovereigns After .

in several parts of the town from that alga have mainly contributed to at the corners of the streets, wagging worked the printing press. History tells I breakfast the three potentates .tbd'

whieh/the the formation of coal, and that marine their, wise heads and knocking their us that for her quickness and correct- : and talked on the celebrated"Slopes," ::
1z manufacturers etc. will
weive.the required current., plant were rarely found in coal becauseof noses together; they are communicating ness she was appointed printer to the and were of course, in "mufti. They ;

their tendency to decompose, and some grand piece of intelligence that colony, supplying pamphlets, etc., to were delighted with the grounds, and ;

,The case of the City of Worcester, that calcareous remains of mollusks would be well worth our hearing, and the Colonial officers She also printedan presently entered into conversation k.

: rhieh went ashore in New York Ilar- disappeared on account of the rapid for- would interest us very much if we could edition of the colonial laws of 310lugeS. with a gardener, who evidently took .,

;- wr just' at the lower end of Blackwell's mation of carbonic acid during the process only understand them. them for a party of "gentleman's gen

? d, suggests the plan proposed some of carbonization.An When ants want to warn their neighbors tlemen" out for a strolL After some ,

Mme'ago by Edison to light the clian- of approaching danger, they knock In 1772 Clementine Reid published a little affable talk he could not resist the '

l'."'ot'Xew York Harbor by a number. Old Actor's Reminiscence. their heads against one another; and paper iu Virginia favoring the Colonial query : "Now what may ,you gents ,

'*f 'submerged incandescent lights. surely the little bees must have a very cause,and greatly offended the Royalists; be?" "Well," said 'the spokesman, .:'

'iEfen in.a fog Mechanics "a I and two years after another paper was ,
says of "this here
Speaking of love scenes between actors wonderful way making themselves gentliman happens to be the

Zoos of these'lights along the banks of a I once knew two acton of the opposite -I understood,to be able to form,and carry started in the interests of the Crown by King of Prussia;that one' standing by \ .,

", .'zannel would probably be sufficientlyenable sex who positively disliked each I out; all heir little business arrange Mrs. II. Boyle, borrowing the name of your side is the Emperor of Austria;
)i bte to a steamboat to feel her Mrs. Reid's l'a per, which was the Virginia -
other, but were forced by their,parts ments as cleverly as they do. and as for myself am the. Emperor of
,
:jriy ; but which shortlived.
hi and out' with comparatively into the most devotional tenderness of But we seldom hear, or think anything cache, was Russia." This was carrying the. joke ,

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year would pay many times over for the it is for the the town of Williamsburg. The Col- lot of furrin here ;
ing at love she was to rush into his perhaps a'ery good thing seen a queer gents

'". .g. "1ishm tnt ,of the system, and the arms. Being a 'true artist, she did little mice that we do not overhear their onial paper was the first newspaper in lately, but this beats me;'*,so he .burst :
which the Declaration of Independencewas
dinned saving in wreckage wouldinoro I connot these out in rather'rude "Well .
It her work with energy, and between plans ; put help thinking a guffaw. ,

"thatfpay,for the cost of mainten- speeches he muttered : "You need not pretty little creatures-and surely they printed. 'my friend,"said the Emperor Nicholas, '

oi r ,""'- swallow me." She replied. "Youare are very pretty-have also a good deal to In 1773 Elizabeth Timothy publishedand "you seem amused; perhaps you will '_

;, ; "h The ,2bahae. Record says that.a new too bitter a dose." 'fhile.holding say to one another, and that they, too, edited a paper in Charleston, South tell us who you are." "Oh, certainly;" ":'

I; in-cotton plan and arrange things in clever so taking up the skirt"of his coat with .
mills will be found her in fond embrace wrapped in delicious very Carolina. After the Revolution, Annie

:-.sdugnst. Gs, viz.; The Riverside transport, he growled in a whis- manner, as the little true story, that I Timothy became its editor, and was appointed the action of a great eagle spreading his : "

; *? '....'TT t111"' TT cotton mill whose source of per : "Don't lean so hard'against: a am now ping to tell you, will show.A I State Printer, which position wings d spinning round on his heels, :

<. *?**, Material is the waste that is gath- man." With her head in tender repose little mouse, living somewhere in she held seventeen years Mary Crouch he said: ."If you are all what:you say r

t ).f fff t other, mills, and from this upon his breast she retorted : "You the vicinity of, a dining-room chimney, i published a paper in Charleston about you are-icAy, I am the .Great Mogul/" ,'

+. /$* f*'ia turned out a'product in threads are paid for holding'me, and I intend showed his_fondness for cheese by coming the same time, in special opposition tol The three majesties roared:with laughter '

A ;* ... ?..firwes that are fully equal.to those you shall earn your salary." ,She mar- down the chimney every evening the Stamp act. She afterwards 'removed and, retuming''to'the' castle' told ,.-s

j ,'JDa".1f:1Ilil1s: using cotton as it comes ried another actor, and clings, still to when part of the meal consisted of that her paper to Salem,'Massachu= the story at the luncheon-table: to the .-"

; 'from tfce>gin.. Every part'of the'waste the dislike for the man with whom she commodity. He was encouraged to do setts, and continued its publication immense amusement:the Qoen .*& I \

r In-oe way" utilized here. even to play?, so by having little bits regularly thrown there for years after. Prince. Albert. r

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':i: ,f; 5 : :':.,r; (..'..."A I:r iI..; 'paph.1ID&Mro. the Peainialaof fFJorid I Henry' S.,,Harmon and:Nancy B.Harmon.A'Anaotfor MISCELLANEOUS.. I IJ LEGAIi;;; ,

rJ'! ., with, f-',&IT ,:watr>>ration of certainptneonito .
1:; .""2'... 7....': to connect the'\Atlantic ocean the. ..' :. ,: DE B ..RYMERCHANTS' 110TIC&. :
:':+1'::.o/T:(;?.!7. -.l v ...."\. .. ."uar' ,2IIImIDAr". Gulf of Mexico., : .. ,abzenship.An ; Land Office, G 1',
.
",.;e::: : JYma .... ; .. '.&" ord !An act;to incorporate an.institution of act to amend chapter 3379, Laws of : LINE, !(
i',1\r. .- WI NOTICE Is
rJ :/" 'ClI' -- ";J -' laming at Starke, Bradford county, Fla. Florida, entitled act for the. relief of DOUBLE D ILY. lowing-named hereby settler given t.....:

'i 'J '.'G ': under the name of Starke Institute. the heirs of Helen C. Racy.deceased,and Carrying? the '17. S. Mall. his intention to make baa&u'Q

",, t-. $'''''''''} ..: 'i An act to incorporate an institution of of the minor children of Helen C. Racy, port of his claim, and teat
k:;: ;Ji i..Uiter'._Jt PfriOlsher.IiTadvance.. Side-wheel Steamers. be made before
_. deceased March 7 1881. Elegant A, A.
'
"
West Monroe approved twirt
-- ''' learning at Key county, ,
) L' $1.50 perAnnnm cuit court at Titusville '
\ r iTTh BEG ULJB Jf.1IL. Fh/V
"... 'J;;, 1 : '& aunt 1i one Inch m.pace ; 18 squaresimAkeaeatamn. Fla,under the name and stylo of the An act to provide for the relief of the April 21st 18S3, viz:JIIDta T .

l:: ,. ;. ... .:. ., Convent of .Mary Immaculate, of Key city of Pensacola.An GEO.M.BIRD Capt.G.J.Mercier.IL f Eau Gallic. Brevard cormt

"","...,-" H:. 'c ''AdTttrttwiBeBtt GARRwfllnotredlveUeation.c 'v HftrnTflMftfl. toy the, West; Florida. act to provide for the relief, of M. B.PLANT Capt.J.W,Fitzgerald. lid.Section X o. 527 for the Iota 1 1,
lot
.; ; : ;FOredveetliingrsteaenquire of the Editor An act to amend an act entitled an act Lively.An ANITA, Capt C.U. Brock. lot 1 Section 10 14 and lot 1,
'; t&Iwap eacloetnga three cent; stamp.. One of tbo above-named steamers will leave Tow>
ryi :'tfh'his1 : to confirm the organization of the Jacksonville act to restore Thomas D. Williams, De wharf foot of Laura street daily ex- Kaiige 37 East. _
... -THIS-PAPEBma' be'found, on file ''at cent 8unlav.ai 3 p-m. for PALATKA.\.'\. HeDUs the .n,,
: .>.. : ; St. Augustine and Halifax Rail- of:Nassau county to his civil rights.An FORD, EXfEUPIUSE and all intermediate following v
.
t't. :Qeo/P.:Bowell &.Co'a iiewspaper Adver- prove his continuous
for the relief of James E. Sykes landings.
wheretdvertisiiur way Company, and to grant certain ferry act cultivation of resider
said
;p : tuiiig Bureau (10.SProceS ) ROSA,Capt J.L.Amazcen.
t;. contracts may be Tnfl"f' for .itinNEWYOEE privileges and lands to said Company, approved late Tax assessor of Holmes county, Stateof Hardee, George; Magrnden'm
:! iI'JiJ ,: February 28, 188L Florida. FREDERICK DE BABYCapt.Leo.'Vogel.WEL Flu., and John Simmons, PrraT
4;, .. K.\, J.S.Mattbeson.iOne Ian of Eau
.
Gallic.
:- Captain Fla.
; ::: An the Dundee and An act for the relief of John Davidson ;.r.
to
,Ti E&'ap. is the OFFICIAL newspaper act incorporate of th. above-named steamers will 47 5t L. A. BAlnqSOTICEOF
'fli : for Brevard county.'. Florida Jute Company.An late Assessor of Taxes for Polk county.An leave Denary wharf, foot of Laura street, : .
} : except Saturday,at 4 SJO p. m., and from
r a' act to grant certain Linda to the act for the relief of James A Picket 8.daily. t.and W.Railway wharf at 5 r>. m., for FIXALPRGtl
I-,*.,_. v. .:. Entarcdattiui Pod 'Office"at TitutnOe as Talatka Sanfonl,Enterprise and all intermediate Land Office at .
S.
,-"-' ....,.. '..> '-. ., SecondrClatt Matter." Green Cove Spring and Melrose Railroad An act for the relief of Tabitha J. landings. atGaiDearflk Mar
,f; y Company. Colson. Connects at Palatkn with Florida Southern t, .
'i..' WITH the French anarchists,, together An act to incorporate the Florida Sugar An act for the relief of Edward Bailey.An Railroad for Gainesville and Ocala. lowlug.named NOTICE Is hereby settler given t .
.. __ Connects at A&tor with Johns and Lake bas tUtd '
.I;: .., with'theRt1.an nihilists, German "': 1- Company.An act for the relief of Pierce Brown. Enstld Railroad for Fort)Mason Yalaha Lees. his intention to make final ptocf

;.. : late and'the Irish Invincibles, the great act to incorporate Pine Hill grange An act for the relief of Nick Howell.An burg Connects and all at points Volosia on the with Upper coaches Oclawaha.for Or- port be made of his before claim and that said PIIIf

b-: .. European powers are having a decidedly No. 41, Patrons of Husbandry, in Bradford act for the relief of Julius Martin. mono and Daytona. cuit court at Titusville A.A. Stewart-Fit- &

> interesting time of It Unless these powers county Florida.An An act for the relief of Primus Daiz Connects for Longwood at Sanford,Maitland with sOuth Apopka Florida City Railroad -, April 21st 1SS3, viz:J. Brad,?oo,B''

: cs. .monarchial take coalescive steps act to incorporate the Laboring Society and Samuel Small. Alteinontc Orlando Klssiniinct, and with Georgiana Fla, lId. Number
-.r steamers for Lake Jessnp,bait Lake and Rock- lots 2. 3, and 4, Section .
;' ,.:, r toward the settlement of the froth of the of Femandina, Nassau county An act for the relief of Tilman Smith. ledge mid Indian lUvcr. South. 23,To
flange 36 East: "
::; '. .almost boiling cauldron, some one, equal An act to incorporate the Oclawaha An act for the relief of William L. Daytona Connects and at Xew Enterprise Smyrna and with Titusville.coaches for He names the following : ;::1:, .

f,; 1; ',' -' to the occasion, will pop his head to the Steamboat, Canal, Drainage and River Williams.An Returning Mail steamers leave Enterpriseevery prove his continuous residence ..
' morning at 7 and Sanford 7:30 a. m., cultivation of said
.<':; t surface,match.in. hand,and ignite a train Improvement Company.An act for the relief of Anderson Taylor and a.m., making close connections withs.F.andV. P. land, viz:3.. .
Crory,Joseph Blake liohXand
that will,.set' entire Europe in a blaze. Railway for all. points Xorth. :
act to incorporate the Florida Land An act for the relief Reuben"Mitchell East and West.. Andrew Grason, all of Tlu

; The premonitory signs+are significant even and Colonization Company.An An act for the relief of Theodore Collins Through bills of lading given to all P9ints. L.A.&UJBT

>>y to a casual observer of European politics. act to incorporate the South Flori- An act for the adoption of George B. The steamers of this lino are aU first class 45w5 Register U. S.Lang.NOTICE. .
In
' Civil and religious liberty the inviolable da Railroad Company. Cone by Robert S. Mobley.An For every further reupect.Information apply at General '

.'-' ,,:-: V law and boon of the Great Creator to his An act to grant certain lauds to the act for the adoption of a child by Ticket Office,corner W.1J.Uay W.\TSOY.Ianager.and Laura Streets. Land Office at Gainesville, Flavf i

; .: children, is. bound to step to the front Jacksonville, St. Augustine and Halifax William A. Turner and Amy B. Turner.An C.B.FENWICK.Gen.Pass.Agent. January 27,P".'

.I"'.. .'sooner.later.and demand a hearing anda River Railway Company.An act for the adoption of a child by TITUS HOUSE in;NOTICE-named is settler hereby has filed that node the

;- .. recognizance. Mind and not money act to amend sections 3 and Gof John P. Roberts and making her his heir. intention to make final proof U ,

: *_ ,must and will rule. Royal heads and Chapter 3336, Laws of Florida, approved RESOLUTIONS A2TD )!E IORULS. Titusville Indian; River Florida. of his claim, and that said proof i net
: crowns of centuries are destined to topple March 8th 1881. made before C. B. 'Magrodtr,''
1.i Joint resolution in reference to a Con- J. M. Stellenwerf Manager. clerk
County at RockletJge..J'
,;
:I e and fall if they stand in the way of the Ah acfcto amend sections 3 and 6, of stitutional Convention. Saturday, March 10, 1883, vb: Ja
advancement of civil and religious liber- Chapter 3336, Laws of Florida approvedMarch Joint resolution in relation to dredging S&'The: above u strictly a First-Clars White of Brevard county onNo,3.30fortheStofsE11i

x:-. J 'ty. The populace are being educated 8th, 18S1, An act to incorporatethe iiHihe harbor of Key West. Hotel,pleasantly,situated Indian .

,I>.',. slowly but too surely to be scared by a Tropical Peninsular Railroad Company Joint resolution praying that the names Hirer, 250 miles south
: money-bloated aristocratic royalty or:the of the surviving soldiers of the war of Jacksonville. lIe names the following'.'

". titillations of an arrogant priesthood. An act to incorporate the Florida and 1835 and 1836 and of the Mexican war be prove his continuous residence i IIpII
I{ The present ebullition of Etna is but European Steamship Company.An Accessible Daily liy Fine Steamers cultivation of said land viz: .,'.
+ placed upon the pension rolls of the Uni- Allen and Cass: Allen of Georgian
:. a forecast of the great moral and political act to incorporate the Seville and ted States, and that the names of the soldiers To the Pleasure and and C. B. Magruder and II..8,

,; : 4. earthquake which is about to shake'entire Halifax River Railroad Company..An of 1856,1857 and 1858, be allowedby Sportsman, Seeker of Uocklet.ge.Fla. : '
'. ominous sounds of the 'Invalid this House presents attractions 41 5\v L.A. n utNEsEejiteNOTICE ]
Europe. Already act to incorporate the Peninsula law a reasonable amount of bounty "

r : great upheaval are flashed across the seas Land, Transportation and Manufacturing land. nowhere else to be found in the South. .. '

r and thousands upon thousands are "flee- Company.An Concurrent resolution relative to print- THE\.1GER.\SSURES IllS GUESTS ALL U. S. Land Office at Gainesville,?!!.!}i

. : ing the.wrath to come," seeking' freedom act to amend an act entitled an act. ing memorials for Post Routes and joint TIIE COMFORTS OF A HOME AT MODERATE I ilsrchai,]_

and safety in 'free, happy and proud to grant certain lands to the East Florida resolutions for appropriations Congress. RATES. 44 this COMPLAINT Office by,U.having lcD Spiers been ,entenii

America-the country which has established Railway Company, approved March 4, Joint resolution employing and providing Open Summer & Winter. H. Stockwell for abandoning his

I:s' free institutions on broader, safer 188L for the payment of extra enrolling a stead Entry Number 4180 dated(

and.surer-basis than has ever been done An act to amend act entitled act clerks. 14th 1S7G, upon the E i of N E.{ iiiW
an an FOE SALE
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4 of N E 4 Section 9, aud N1"i
'1/ before. to incorporate the Live Oak and Row- Joint resolution relative to adjournmentJoint W ;J Section 10. Township 28 S.liuq

:.. THE Liquor dealers'of this city, says land's Bluff Railroad Company,approved, resolution recommending the THE TITUS HOUSE. East view,to in the Brevard cancellation county Florida of. saij

:. the Jacksonville TDnct, and State have, February 25, 1881. electors at the next general election to the parties are hereby summomd Ui.

f as far as we are able to learn, organized a .. An act to incorporate the Tavares, Or- vote for or against a Convention. ONINDIAN pear at this Office on the 16th da jell

: !' Protective Union, and are preparing to lando and Atlantic Railroad Company. Resolution relating to a light house at RIVER, furnish 18S3. at 10 o'clock: a. in., to respond"

:I\:: ... oppose the Local Option Law recently An act to incorporate the Femandina North Anclotc Key. containing testimony. coDcernlngWdabant1onmenC. 3"'i.;::
and Amelia Beach Railroad Company. Memorial to Congress asking an L. A. BaRXES 11_
claim ,
: ;.f passed by the Legislature. They appro'priation
. "< An act to legalize the incorporation of for Apalachicola Bay channel Large Office Parlor Dining Room 43 5\v JOHN F ltoLUN ..lSPORTSMEN'S R 0
: the law to be unconstitutional, and, we .
the town of Mariarina, Jackson county, and Crooked river. Pantries, Kitchen .
r learn, have over $2,000 in. their treasurywith 'II-
" : .. which to fight it, and they can command and to declare the incorporation of the Resolution relative to improving and 16 Large Airy Bedrooms EMP( J ',

,,;" as much more money, it is said, as town valid and of full force and effect. making more safe the navigation over Servants' Quarters, R. C. SCRIMGEOUB,:
An act to incorporate the Atlantic and and near St. Martin's Reef.
will be to their '
I. .. necessary accomplish :Mexican Gulf Canal and and all necessary outbuildings. Taxidermist and .:
( purpose. They held a meeting in the Company, to Memorial relating to the appropriation ..
t.;.r..:.., city yesterday and in fact have held a grant certain privileges therein,named. mado by Congress for improvement of Cistcra of 12OOO gal. capacity, Birds&animals mounted with. eoae.
.. An act to incorporate the Bank of the Caloosahatchee River. -also-- torO.1Omy.. J.
'number
t< of meetings organized a Union Everything appertaining wand ,
.tt"- ,and elected.officers, but we are unable to State of Florida. Memorial asking for an appropriationby FURNITUREincluding fishing to be found at cay!

,' .ascertain the progress made by them.It BELIEF AXD ADOPTION ACTS. Congress to clear out and make navi- meat and. at reasonable rates.
is rumored that they already have.tJif' An act for the relief of Elias W HankinsAn gable the Withlacoochee River. Piano and Billiard Table. Also dealer in the Celebrated

counsel engaged and that Unions are being act for the relief of George H Mays. Memorial to Congress asking for an appropriation The Groundsare brand of Asbestos paint in and ail d< *i
An for the relief of Dr. R. ready for use. The best |
act H. L. for
houscs-in *
I, organized all 'over the State for this light Customhouse Large and Nicely Laid Out. paint ever introduced for.House; or Bj
Roberts and Dr. E. A. Todd.
J'4 purpose. District of Apalachicola. use. Oil stoves in great variety,tarn. .
,.1,.. .,..> .An act to correct an error in the name Memorial to have obstructions removed -ALSODESIRABLE for family or boat use. : e

J ,Attorney-General Brewster has rendered of John E. Lawless, on record In the of- from the Chipola River at its junctionwith LINSEED OIL WARRANTED I'Cfg

ah opinion on the proposition of theCanada : fice of the clerk of the circuit court forEscambia Apalachicola River. TOWN LOTS, :
Pratt's Celebrated Astral Oil ,
z Southern Railroad to bridge Niagara county, Florida.* Memorial to Congress asking for an appropriation For Business or Dwelling Houses and

River. An act of the Canadian An act for the relief of Mrs. Hannah to remove obstructions to STOCK. .

rf Parliament authorizes the erection of such Johnston.An GOOD LANDSFor
navigation inland between Clear Water from
Triple plated ''T bl ware tf)
a bridge so far as Canada is concerned, act for the adoption of two childrenby Harbor and Boca CiguaBay. Gardening. House of Holmes, Booth& B y*"; .'"'

,," when similar authority is given by the Robert B. VanValkenburg and his Memorial for an appropriation of $30- Terms easy to Responsible Lanterns.Razors, Combs, Nlck3rdl)

T. '. ,.' .American Congress or by the President of wife, Anna VanValkenburg.An 000 to clear out and make navigable the Parties. in endless variety.

'. the U. 8. The Attorney-General in his review act for the adoption of a child by Suwannee River as far asElIaville
..' of the case says that 'no action has Emanuel Smith and Ritta Smith. Memorial for grant of United States Apply or address, ':

I.::. been,taken by Congrewand.the President An act for the adoption of a child by lands in Florida to the State for educa- :MRS. M. E. TITUS, and all smokers' articles. '.:{

:' .f has no power under the Constitution or the Henry R. Benjamin, and the making of tional purposes. Titusville, : : : : Florida. I When you cannot find. ::

'I.f laws to grant the necessary authority. said child his heir at law. Memorial to clear out and make navigable what you want In the other store*J'j *
,;" ..... An FITS EPILEPSY tusville just give R. C. S. a call $ J".
r .0 NEW ACTS. act for the adoption of a child by Twelve-Mile Creek,Monroe county.A will be sure to get suited. .<* *
Wm. W. and Pauline C. Or _
: DJOOEPORATIOS' AND LAND GRANT ACTS. Keep Keep. large number of memorials askingthe Falling Sickness,
An act for the relief of Louis Hertzog.An establishment of various mail routesare Permanently cured- Uumbug-By
An act to incorporate the Artesian Well one L. J. CARULE
Month"s
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for the children usage ot Dr.Goward's Celebrated Infallible
act of two
adoption
'Company of Florida. omitted in detail for want of space. Fit Powder To convince sufferers
: by Raymon H. :M. Starling and his wife that theso powders will do all wo claim for WINE AND SAMPLE ROODAT'fUE "
'I .An 'to theSuwannee ;
act incorporate them
Samantha An act to provide for lending Free Trial we will send them by mail post paid a
Starling.An moneysof box. Goulard is the only
Beal Estate Agency. ae ever
: the common school fund by the Boardof Physician that made this disease a ;
act to allow Thomas L. Wilson of
''" special study,satins to
An act granting aid for the construction our knowledge thou.
Polk to license to Education upon promissory notes and sands have been permanently cured by the LUND PACKING HI.1It
county procure
practice
I;.'_ .' of the Thomasville, Tallahassee and Gulf use of these Powders, we will guarantee a
writings obligatory secured
law. by mortgageon permanent cure In
: ailroad., every case or refund you ?
all money expended. All TitusviUe,
lands situated in this State sufferers should
An act to and to full force was the
legalize give give these
institution powders an early tiial and becon
An act to of
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incorporate an
only bill yetoed by the Governor. vinced of their curative powers. FIRST-CLASS
and effect to the appointment of Nicholas BAR
i' -' learning at; Starke,Bradford county,Florida 8enPrice.for large box a3.00 or 4 boxes for 10.00
Comforter and James R. Pickett as half mall to any part the U.S.or Canada
, :" ? ., under the name of Orange College.It" on receipt of price or by express,C.O.D. Choice fines ail CW
: branch pilots of Apalachicola, and to allow Address !X8. Liqnol1. :
Mon
the
An act to legalize incorporation off FLOWERSEEDSS 4?ly 360
their street Brooklyn,\.T.CONSUMPTION !
'; the town of Daytona; in the county of promotion.An tf Beer always oa draughCo.J
: act for the relief of John M. Lee.
r r' Volaaia, and to declare the incorporation
An for the of child NAVAL : :' ;
: (; .of the town of Daytona valid and of full act adoption a by Positively Cured. .. 5g
I "- James G. Bellamy and his wife, Susan .i
c.Tacoa
force and effect
if" All sufferers from this disease that are anx .l. _
> An act to incorporate the International Bellamy.An ious to be cured should try Dr.Klssnefs celebrated
: act for the adoption of a child by Consumption powders. These powders
;
of Fla.
,Baillotadand Steamship Company are the only preparation known that

1i,. An act incorporate the Fort Meade, Lemuel Patterson and his wife, Phetta- AT THE and Consumption Lungs-indeed,and ,all so diseases strong is of our the faith Throat'in .-t.a:

:' Xey umeaDd Walk-in.the-Water Railroad mer Patterson.An them,and also to convince you that they are
no rDti
;f7t.'r. Company. act to adopt two children by Andrew STAR OFFICE by mail humbug post we paid will,a forward Free Trial to Box.every sufferer ,

X:<, An act .to incorporate the Alachua M. Bobertsand'wile, Francis H. perfectly We dont satisfied want your ol their money curative until powers.you are U M8 PATENT NO PAT.:

: Steam Navigation and Canal Company.' Roberts. your: life is worth saving,don't delay In giving xeeb$' ,
Obtained for
': An act to incorporate: the Florida Ship An act for the adoption of Katie Mazi- AT 5, 10, & 15 CENTS yon.thesepowders Price,for a large trial,box a*they$ioo will,or surely 4 Boxes cure for and PATENTS Labels. All.ices, eas dA

t.: Canal Company,to locate, construct and na and Frederick Lee Messer. # f Canada 1000. Sent,by mail to any, partt the of United price. States or to patentability preliminary of Inv<<;ntfcld. .

;t, own and operate a ship canal-and tele- An act for the adoption of a child by PER ACKET.J.c 4'117 360 Fulton ASH street BOBBINS, Address everywhere."G de for obtaining Address-Patent.IXJUISBAG" !! 1C'

f >- :. Brooklyn,N.Y. I Solicitors Patents, WaaI11qtODeY -G tf

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Two
\INDIANEVER, FLORIDA. Tript WeeUy. ,
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Lasting Sanford for Bockledge Mondays .. ,jo
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Thursdays. '
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Leaving Bockledge Tuesdays & Fridays. ;fl't.; I D.YE'1, ., ... f/
"CINDERELLA!" ,
In order to avoid disappointment to shippers ;' .'. ,;X

Having for amp Passengers- and splendid and Freight accommodations and- AH freight must te at.EocHedge (Wilkinson's TWELVE HUNDRED ACRES ..: .." ,

arranged expressly for the Mail Service wharf) Mondays and Fridays.

and Navigation of this beau- Joe. H. Smith, Captain, H. P. Wilkinson '\<

a r STORE tiful River, will commence. making her & Co., Agents. Feb 1st 6m40 OF RICH HAMMOCK LANDS FOR SALE, :
regular trips onor about from the first to the .

fifteenth December 1882, between : J. M. Dixon, ,' 'I-"

;'lIfiIISI'ILLF FLORIDA. Titusville and Lake Worth! TTTUSYILLE, : : FLORIDA. IN SMALL OR LARGE TRACTS. \ hi

(Touching at all Injermediate Landings), Dealer in '-. ,it

t .' on each and every, alternate. day Chef 0 "
week. Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, .
koi -0-- Fancy and Toilet Articles.
The These lands are situated on the beautiful Indian River, TWO AND A. HALF
r. CINDERELLA is probably the Pertaeiy Dye-stnfi Paints Oils I
*::' *-' V8f.L *- most perfectly safe Boat afioat' She has miles NORTH of Titusville, the County Seat of Brevard county, and on mile ,
three separate and distinct Hulls, each aperfect Varnishes brushes,&almost} everything ..
lie'Oldest and Most Reliable Place of water-tight compartment itself.She kept by a first-class Drug House. from LaGrange, where a good School and Church is accessible. -1
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has also all the modem appliancesand Any drug, medicine or in- "t..
strument needed by customers ,
of steam engineering The of the Palatka and Indian River is located
g-? BUSINESS & .,improvements tnd not on hand, will be ordered. permanent survey Railway :

: : .... PrescrIptions carefully compounded through these lands and the great Atlantic Coast' Canal. which is being rapidly ..
\.. STEAMER DUCHESS night or day with accuracy and dispatchby "
*3fr T on.: Indian Hirer, Dealing in competent persons. Iy3G constructed, will also run close by. .4
"** Nearly completed, will make Regular ''1
J.;:;": 'vjhj: .. Connections with the CINDERELLLA,, j,
between W. B. MOORE, For terms of sale, address, M. T.JONES, ,:':
-GeneralMerchandise
Titusville and Smyrna. ,General Commission Merchant i rat 4
f.J't' Titusville,Florida, ;
'Y None but strictly' fast-class goods are Further particulars in future advertise- AND DEALER IN '
'Y ment. until March 1st after which time address him at Long Pond, Georgia. [42. ,

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r, ,' bought and sold at this Stand. B&,The undersigned desires it to be distinctly Groceries and The Florida Star Printing Office. '
: understood that this line b "not

:'''' -. for a day, but for all time to come"
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'" that it is put upon this Route and River Family Supplies. ALL KINDS OFMERCI3ANTILE: ..
t- : y-o as permanancy, Summer and Winter; .
;v.; and he respectfully asks the countenance PRINTING -
s" 'f' :. and encouragment of the people to sustain Titusville. : : Florida. 1

I:; tBemember A Dollar will buy exactly him in his enterprise and venture, November 10th 1880. tf 47 Such as Bill Heads, Note and Letter Heads., Businenf Cards Monthly Statement?,
his do all that lies
,., promising on part to + .. .
;..--;,;' ._; in his power to make it mutually advantageous ONE MAN'S CASH AS GOOD AS Envelopes,Programmes,Posters, Etc..Etc. '-1
to all concerned. .
parties
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$1.00 worth. ANOTHER'S AT J
.' 22tf W. A. L. OSTRAXDER. ,
Furnished at Short Notice.
;:: L U ODE N & BAT E S'' j

...,... :: ; .r Jatabllshed In 1S73. 50Gts. Only! 50 Ctsi (Only! 50 Cts Only! Southern Music House ,

!'i1, House in CARPETS MATTING: OIL CLOTH }
.(;";. S Elegant Pew and Pocket Bible Only America Selling ,
-' "' Address ]
orders to r O Cents Only !
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t Window Shades, Dry. Goods,
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This is by far the handsomest and best ",
::11 The Headquarters Store,
;: '. t KOHN FURCHGOTT & BENEDICT t
i. ,: Fla. Bible for the money ever made. It contains -
litusville, .
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i k t.. both the Old and New Testament M ''

' .. Opened for the Season. JACKSONVILLE, FL.'-. ,

,1'-,, .. translated out of the original tongues
', ;tS"A man who is interested in his own '
,: < 1
: Special attention paid to Orders and Correspondence concerning -
with all the former
:, : ;, welfare will be pleased to know that translations diligently Goods.
6x. Pianos & OrgansOn .
_f' ANDREW GIBSON compared and revised.It t "ir

'f.: the One Price System. Great Inducements are offered to Dealers
the finest be found in has a beautiful cloth hand- ,
: Seeps oysters to cover,
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,' One Uniform Price to All, AM That The i

'W- TitnsvIIle, somely lettered in gold on side and also Lowest Known. Hotel and Housekeepers. >

: ,. AID SERVED IN STYLE TO SUIT PATKOSS.Jr .
f. on back red and The usual system of selling Pianos and
edges printed in clear
\' ._ '-o- Organs is for the dealer to charge any We keep everything imaginable in the line of goods mentioned above. ""

: :Plain and Fancy Cake made to order. type containing altogether one thousandone price he can get for them without regardto j7ln ordering describe your wants, limit.cost of goods and you will receive : ''
, 4 either a fair profit or the customers'Interest.
Bread hand. But we are proud to that what you order.
'IBalei't always on hundred and thirty four pages. say i
this has never.been our method of selling.For .

-.. r',.."/."[.,t.Also. ,a.i first-clasa. Barber shop attached.. Bibles no.better are sold for twice and' the benefit of purchasers aud to ALTON WHAM: co. .;
; ;' secure them the full value of their money ,
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: LUMBER we established at the outset of our business -
even three times the money we ask for
twelve years since ,
PLOW BRAND ;
: Rill be famished to order on short notice this little The One Price System.and .
gem.
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's' at $18.00 per thousand. to this we attribute our immense and :
: "Ahan&'onegrft for Sunday-School teachers prosperous trade. Selling on this square Orange Tree and Vegetable Manure.

4 LUMBER .& SHINGLES ., and scholars and one sure to be prized."- basis renders it imperative that the price
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be the lowest that be
one
can
very given. "i
: < Always on hand. Evangelist. We are pledged to this. We always have PREPARED EXPRESSLY for the use of the fruit and vegetable, growers of .3,

.:' C. HAGRUDER, & CO.. "ITie wonder la, how anything so beautiful done it, and and will always will do it. It's Florida. It will produce a heavy but sound and healthy growth ou growing trees,.
.' our creed our practice. Xo other piano and will supply bearing trees with the food needed for heavy crops of fruit: *
; can be got so cheap"-Observer. aud organ house deals on this princi-
up
stock and luxuriant
NORWOOD'S IT WILL GIVE nursery vegetables a growth and in the ;
: If you want a Bible now is the time to ple.Our in latter tends to give good size and quality and early maturity. ...._,
prices plain figures are placedon
, ,=,' :.;Fast; Hack Line send for it. One copy of the "greatest of every instrument. A child can buy as IT IS SPECIALLY RECOMMENDED FOR PLVEAPPLES.i
'. low as the sharpest trader. All other .

5 all books" sent postpaid to any address houses counts."have "High prices and give dis WALTON, WHANN & CO., ]

on receipt of 50 cents Only. Address,
Jbe Cheapest and Most Direct The "One Price* time in Wilmington '
:; system saves Del. :!
r UNITED STATES: PUBLISHING Co., trading and is the only satisfactory wayto ..,.

;: JIOTJTE t tie 49 :North Ninth Street, buyer and seller; for on the high price Ask Captain McLean of the fsloop "Agnes1 to bring you a sad of the ? .JIo,.'.'...
and discount system, even though the .
::ij":: OrI Q""lUe nd Indian Rly er.S 23: ly Philadelphia, Pa. customer buys, he is not sure that he has cj
"; bottom prices. PLOW BRAND. :
v CARRYING THE U. S. MAIL. .
', "...' Valuable PropertyFor Advice to Piano and Organ Buyers.Buy ..
" ,< to JXO. ANDERSON, of Ormond.Agent for East and South Florida. '-41
quick. Why? Because au advance ,..
Sale! .
.: ,,OXE,, trip DAILY between the ST. in price is almost; certain. Pianos and or-
,:? JOHNS and INDIAN RIVERS.v Thirty acres of land in the City Point gans are ou a' boom. The demand exceeds -

: ..Leaves Enterprise Hammock. Splendid new galvanizedWire the supply. All the factories arc COLLINS & CO. ;
EVEBT.Morning arriving -
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behind orders. Dealers with cash in ,
Fence around twelve Five
acres.
at' Titusville the SAME day. hand cannot get instruments as fast as '
Established 1826.MANUFACTURERS .
.' Hundred young and healthy Orange trees wanted. Prices of material and labor are

:'-;' .i f Returning Forty bearing trees Beautiful River advancing. The present low prices of Pianos 4i i

: ;'LeaTeI Titusville EVERymorning, arriv- Front;:! Six acres as fine cane and banana I and Organs cannot continue and will
not again rule in the next ten years.Those
'Jag ;at, Enterprise In the evening.ls. .- land as there is in the state. Adjoining; who buy now will save money. Large .

;.itAddr.-. sa : / the land of the Hon. Win. IL Sharpe contracts just made with Manufacturerswill '

/. W.- Here is a good opportunity for any one enable us to guarantee present prices "
S. Norwood
; I until January 1st 1SS2. After that we "
i \\11"t. 1 ;; ;t FLORIDA. desjring; to make a good investment, as can promise nothing. Delays arc danger ?

.' i.TITUSVILLE' the place must be sold. Titles perfect. ous. Magnificent stock now on hand. .
: 'J Parties to make Seven G rand Makers. Over 200 different I
f intending purchase can ;
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: enquiries of Dr. G.'S., Holmes or lIon. {
-. ,- .; Pianos 200. Beautiful Organs $50. .
L W. IL Sharpe For terms and further Easiest installment Terms. Sent on trial. .

;Uft....- ware and"General particulars address A. P. .Perhain Quit- Every inducement that any responsible .
House offer. with the
"h.,.. ., can Competition aod't
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; man Ga. or.IL C. Perham City Point Fla. world. Don't fail to send for our Cata- '

, '.: .t" .. confer with Captain Peter Wright of logues and fall Price Lists, 1SS2. Address

Z;,.'., T49;:; fj .Produce. the fast sailing sloop '"Mist" who. will Men" &>Bates' Southern Music House, Axes Hatchets: : .j

:,::,>.' _. carry."parties to see the property.OYSTERS SAVANNAH: GA. ,
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"' QUALITY
:>"1 _'i': -" !II! the South. j

S ; ji\Yel bourne, TOOLS FOR FARMS AND
Florida.
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'i -' 1&a& tt 47x. J. ZELLERS, SALE !
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Also FINE STEEL AND CHEAPER
t .ff__ Will to order steamer A flat-bottomed bout, sloop-rigged, ,
;' } ""f.,:' I.J .:... ship Oysters, by :
; JZ''\ ,. to all points on the Indian and St. John's: Twenty-three feet long, with a comfortable Of all sizes and prices from $5'to '30.. Also, Plowing ,
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';ii.;" ;"'f;;'"'f. H,1 Rivers in shell or gallon. cabin;and new sails. Good breadthof Farmers will receive valuable Information, : .
;4 V'. by writing to the makers, i't:
...., beam insuring good carrying capacity.Boat .
. None but bedded in
" Oysters large vor
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[ ; 1:J">iJ -:"i. .. ... ,. small orders.,, Li perfectly tight.and sails well.- ,
.!":f .., 1".r. . ... Will also ship Turtle to order.JtSTFof Also a good mule, of small size, that will Yitf tt Tiurlunr.....tar(.wa. .a -,
triUac m thi* try. / ;
) Ntilftf further particulars address York anywhere. |For further particulars MAKE HENS LAY Uon awl Cattle Powders told
'na' 'BS" less traah. Ue MTi that 4?
( :Jilrl R. 'STAI OFFICE ,.
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OJ( ';;' SteedY ,, J. Zelltis, ;, : Powder are absomUlr pure
:', -(. '; ; :, IPIUiO: w acnris zs'SaR. nluable. Nothing on earth will make bens Ur likt Sb.ri4&D'CbuUlioD PDwd_ hose,,I teagpoonfulto ..
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-I: ..._' com is the cheapest and most wboleraame'food .Its Worth: the office, and ever after ,.
?..id.irin Garden. I j the "
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,Ili'ttha, N 1rYOrk..7nb: M 'iceeideat I 1 t for cows, supplemented There is no greater barrier to a mans is one of the most remarkable..properties I, were the greatest friends, Th i; '
1
: of"OT ;:Creels* 'wjuns. 'fruitgrowersigam j with a small allowance of success in life than his willingness to of that wonderful product, paper, I:' dears do good actions always tneet**''

; : ;;using "Petr olenm on'fruit:trees i'I shorts and hay, I entertain no doubt. [jail into line with the stupid fellows i that it can be split into two or three 1 I[ heir reward." *
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,, and.fhnibs.: 'It.. kills' an trees'around"where I I I Dr. Hexamer says that in 1872 strawberries who play second fiddle ; the Jacque even parts, however thin the sheet. "We I _
g ',it'fe'pamped,'and a neighboring 1 i! shipped from. Charleston 'to Strops to the Robert Macaires. They have seen a leaf of the ,.truted .yew, 1 t I Lentel Regulations.

..z ;orchard that'had'been' painted'with it ] Northern markets brought an average I sh01 learn that the world laughs at a I thus divides into three parts or three j! -

4 :began to decline. This applies to crude I price of 57 cents per quart ; in 1874, 38 clown and they despise the assumed thin leaves. One consisted of the ,surface I I The following we believe ale' .

bQ, for B claim that refined oil, as cents ; in 1876, 21 cents ; in 1879, 14 gravity of the serious imitator. Then on which the engravings are i 1 t eral Ltntel regulation tilt....
used',: I lamps-,: is less harmful It cents, and in 1880, 12} cents. Many I again this class should learn that the printed ; another was the side contain- :

V .kills- ;th ,'and'deStioys-- "the eggs. of insects years ago, Jucundas from Knox, at fools whom you would deceive can lx ing the letter-press and a perfectly 1. All the faithful who .J!
if.'brushed: on lightly in winter, Pittsburg, brought in New York from of no service to you, and the wise men blank piece on each side was the paper: pleted their twenty-first year,areS

$ but 'in;summer must not be applied to 50 to 7acents a quart, and for some who would serve an honest intention\ that lay 11ft ween. Many people who It'gitimateldi"lpt'nsed, bound to !

,; the foliage except when largely diluted years after the war selected berries of or a candid presentation, can see have not seen this done might think serve the Fast of Lent.

.with water which should be kept constantly Triumphe de Gand sold readily at from through your stupid efforts to wear this impossible ; yet it Is not only possible 2. But one meal a day is DoI

i atlrred.Sorghtimseed. r 40 to 50 cents a quart by the crate gracefully the solemn dignity of the but extremely t' tSas we shall I Sundays excepted.

is said by Dr."Wilhelm, There are, however, one or two good owl, or the gaudy trappings of the show. Get a pied of plate glass and i l;. This meal is not to betalrepy

n of Minnesota, 'to be equal .to corn as points in this decline. These fine sorts peafowl, and if you put on the shaggymane place on it a sheet of paper ; then let about noon.

feed for all kinds of stock, and twenty- then had no competitors in the many I of the king of beasts, but open: .I the latter 1Jp thorougly soaked. With 4. When permission is granted

,,. five bushels' may be obtained from an excellent varieties which have since i your mouth and your bray soon dispels care and a little dexterity the sheet can meat, flesh meat and fish are to to*

.,.:;', acre.. It also makes a flour'equal to sprung into existence and supplied the I the delusion and the idiot of false pretense I be split bj" the top surface icing: re- used at the same meal, even, not fe

;; that from buckwheat The skimmings market ; and the scant supply then, stands out in all his comical deformities moved. But the best plan is to paste a since or condiment. ,bY.'VIf- !

\. from the 'pans; when boiling for sugar, confined to a purchasers, is replacedby ; a laughing/ stock to half the piece of cloth or strong paper to each .">.A collation is
are found to be very valuable'as food the enormous quantities which enable world a subject of pity to the re>t. side of the sheet without hesitation pull allowed in the evj|.
ing. The of food
quantity
e for hogs, they taking on flesh rapidly any one who has a few cents to Too many of the !I nw. hotn> are but the two piece asuuder. when part of used therat.
to
according the
; when fed' on this alone. Good vinegaris feast on strawberries? and the whole claguers who howl from society's pit the sheet will be found to have adheredto Christians does practice of
t made from the clear liquor. The people can have them. when the chief signals the supi osed one and hart to the other. Soften not exceed the but
': part of an ordinary mt".11.I .
: seed' and vinegar are estimated at $30, Perfectly double flowers cannot pro- good points upon the stage. They are, I the paste in water and the pieces can 1 he
> and a material used for making wrapping duce seed, since all the reproductive but illy paid, and rarely reach distinction easily removel nom the cloth. The I 6. All kinllsll fruitbreadv. '

paper yields $12, or $42 per acre, organs are converted into j>etals. Semi- ; )"owlinlike/ dervishes to impress process is generally demonstrated as atwitter j and fish are allowed at the collation At

.: I 1..' without estimating sugar. double or partially double flowers may society with your piety : compiling of curiosity, yet it can be utilized { that time, however eggs, butter, aft

It is a .common remark that most produce seed, and these flowers possibly other men's ideas to assert your hoiwd- in various ways. If we want to and cheese are permitted by the boar

::. anything is good enough for a hog, and may be self-fertilized or may be fertilized for position on the plane of journalism ; paste in a scrap-book a newspiiiier article only to those, who bring bound to fart.
to this senseless proposition is traced by others partially double or by baying like a ''yaller doat/ the man printed on both side of the paper, live where the use of such articles attti

'. the d.iStase.among swine owned by single ones, and in either case may in the moon, to show your sympathies and i ossess only one copy, it is very collation IUIN grown into a custom. Bat'

breeders who indorse it. Since timex form seed, considerable portion of when 1ll0l'lestwould, sit more becomingly convenient to know how to detach the they are not allowed even there at tin

immemorial the hog' has been called the which produce flowers more or less on the strongest of us ; all these one side from the other. The pair, collation on Ash Wednesday or Cd

farm scavenger, but, nevertheless, the double. Or single flowers fertili e l by are but the outcroppings of imliecility when split, as mar 1 lt imagined, is more Friday.

successful breeder is he whfcjelies the semi-double ones may produce seeds that writes brass upon its frontlets and transparent than it was before being .. General custom has made it laifti

.' least upon this over-estimated characteristics capable of similar results. Unusually prints ape upon its p yhicteries. To subjected to the operation and the to drink in the morning some want'

of the animal Bad water, large and vigorous plants are not lug such grotesque characters we will say, printing ink somewhat duller ; otherwise liquid, as tea coffee. or thin chocolate

worse, treatment in handling, and a. ticularly favorable for the productionof the strongest card you can play is the the two pieces present the appears made with water.S. .

superabundance of.filth are the foundation seeds, but rather particularly unfavorable one nature provided you with, that is' the original if brought together. Necessity and custom: have a.ize .-

of all diseases to which hogs are ; plants of medium vigor, your own natural force. If you fail Some time ago the information of how the use of lard instead of butter ii
.
subject, and it,.is consequently easy to neither stunted nor forced into rank with this hand, even if you play alone, to do this splitting was advertised to be preparing fish, vegetables, etc..

, believe that the health of the animal growth, are best. The raising of seeds you can retire with dignity, but nine sold for a considerable sum. We now 9. The following
: and the quality of the meat must increase that will produce double flowers is an times in ten you will succeed, whereas, impart it to all our readers. from the Arsons are exempt
obligations of
fasting viz M
. .,'. proportion to the cleanliness art that requires much experience tenable o the assumption of a character as mimic under : .
twenty-one years of age, the sick
of the food and surroundings.M. one to practice it successfully, or harlequin, will result in a most mi>- ,
The Robber and the Editor. women during pregnancy or while vast
Pasteur, of France, says that the and nearly every kind of flower requiresa erable failure, making you a laughingstock jug/ children at the breast, .penan
'J grass grown over the graves of cattle peculiar and special treatment. for the world to jeer at.
obliged to hard labor, and all Tin
that died of.splenic fever is a source of --- If you are born to l e. a woodchop|>er, "Listen, .my children"acid a venerable through/ weakness cannot fast without
infection to the cattle feeding on it. Sacred Monkeys. hew to the-line, let the chips fall where man. .mll will tell you a story, injury to their health.

He points to the agency of earthwormsin Victor Jacquemont estimate that thl'wHI, don't imagine you can play beautiful and true. Once upon a time 10. .
liy the
dispensation of flfli
the of there was a bad, hUll robber who had use
carrying germs deadly bacteria the Bengal Presidency alone contains Blackstone on the one hand or Galen! ,
from buried carcasses to his haunt in the wilds of a mountain. meat is allowed at any time on Sundays,
: living animals, 1600 monkey asylums on the other. Don't imagine/ if nature
introduced supported chiefly At the foot of the mountain, in the valley om-e a day on Mondays, Tuesday; -
r ; Having worms into a pit by the very poorest class of the cut lOU out for a hewer of WIWN! and -
popular I Thursdays and with the
= Saturdays, exception
: 'which had contained the carcasses'of I wai.1 village. It was not a
drawer of water, that had the very
tion. In the rural districts; of you
Nenml of
cattle that died from splenic fever, he the hanuuuins nave their sacred .r chance ot other men you would have I large village, yet in it a newspaper was I Holy Thursday and the second
f au.llast
groves in Lent.
,
:: filled it with earth. In a short time he and keep together in of r been an Astor or Vanderbilt ; not a printed. The robber: looked upon the Satunlays
procured from the intestines of these traps fifty or bit of it. Nature has kindly put editor of the newspaper: as being the 11. Persons exempt from the obligation
you
sixty adults ami in of
f. the of spite hard times, chief man of the village and he of fasting on account of age or hard.
:. worms means reproducing the these associations multiply like (he I I exactly where you belong and there is thought .
E : disease in' its worst forms by inocula : monastic order of mediaeval no use' of kicking/ the traces. If you must be very rich. So one dark nighthe labor, are not restricted: to the use (

; : tion. He also showed that the worms, I but they mint all be provided Europe for; take the "studs" you will n,society came down from his den in the meat at one meal only on those days pa

t : by casting out over the surface earth though the natives have to eke out the, ready to cudgel' you into line. If you mountain and stole into the dwelling of which its Use is granted by dispensation.

t containing the bacteria germs, gave the crop with the wild rice of the Jumna show your heels like the artless mule the editor and then into the room wherehe Those dispensed from the fast for otto
disease to all cattle that slept.! The editor beinga causes, as well as persons who an
i r grazed over it. swamp jungles. the world will tie your legs and mercilessly good man,
' slept as soundly and sweetly as a child. obliged to fast, are permitted to use
of sit down
: correspondent. the Country Gentleman The strangest part of the sui>erstition upon you. "There is I
r. ." claims that he gets the greatest is that this charity results by no means no use' kicking against the pricks," is The robber: searched all the place, but I meat only at one meal.
f" number of eggs when' he feeds his henson from a feeling of benevolence toward biblical, old and trite. (Conform to the could not rind the caskets of gold and 12. The time within which the paschal -

' .. wheat screenings. He ,feeds in this animals in general, but from the exclusive places where you may find yourself, in diamonds he had supposed to be storedup precept can be complied with commences
i -: way :- "I have fed sorghum seed, cornmeal veneration of a special subdivisionof the workshop, at the bar, or behind the in the room. He then put his handsin on the first Sunday of Lent and

i oats, corn middlings, and have the monkey tril*. An orthodox counter. Play jour hand for all it is all the pockets of the clothes of the expires on Trinity Sunday, inclusive.9S .

f ; concluded that feeding wheat in the Hindoo must not willingly take the lif really worth. If you hold trumps so editor, but found no money in any of -

! ; morning: and ,shelled com at night, of the humblest fellow-creature, but he emuch the better, but remember: that them. The robber then stood for a Discovery of Mont Blanc.,

with ,a feed of ship-stuffs wet up, having I would not move a finger to save a stareiur no wise card player attempts to catch time as in a stupor. lie was like one ,
dose I the right bower with the left. Thisis awakened from a dream. He listenedfor ----
of
good
: : a ground' pepper put I dosr. and has no hesitation_ in_ stimulating ___ _- .
: in: and then baked and fed twice a a beast of burden with n a n dagger-n a good lesson for the moralist. Let some moment to the deep, regular Mont Blanc, the highest/ of the Alp

.: week, and once in a while substituting like goad and other contrivances that mankind profit by it and we will 1*: breathing of the sleeping editor, and as is, strange to say, a mmlern discovery.

powdered sulphur in.place of pepper, is would evoke the avenging pO\wrs of wiser if not richer. We cannot transform he stood so he began to feel sad. The At least, no mention Is made of thin

the'best plan. I have? good shelter and the Society for the Prevention of ourselves into the condition of heart of the bold, bad man was touched. colossus of European i>eaks in any itinerary

gbod, clean nests ; feed'regularl) and Cruelty to Animals. Nor would he others, and if we could we question if Quietly he took from his purse $4.75, or in any literary work whatever,

t allow them 'good range, with'plentyof shrink from extreme measures in defending we could play the role of the strangera placed- the money in the lontaluons till recent times. M. Charles Durier,
-
gravel to'scrarch in. I sell the fowls his fields from the of ; well as the one nature has plannedout racket of the editor, and softly stole I fn his work "Le Mont Blanc," says:

when they are two years old, and low-caste monkeys. Dr. Allen ravages Mackenzie for us ; no logic or sophistry can fnjm the house. In the morning, when 'This mountain rises in the centre of

! always keep the hens for hatching." once saw a swarm of excited change the decrees of fatA man at the editor got up and put on his i>antaloons. the most populous and civilized states,

; Concerning his experience with ensilage natives running toward an orchard thirty is either a fool or his own physician thl'rea jingle as of monej' of Europe; it is, in fact, the axis around
, and the SUl1lrule will apply all A look of astonishment came into which European civilization has re*
W. C. of
Strong, Brighton, Mass., where the shaking of branches betrayed
writes: ''Having a cemented tank which the presence of arboreal marauders. through the varied phases of life. the face of the editor.' lie put his volved and still does revolve. Its heightis
Don't imagine will gain knowledge hand into his pocket and drew considerable it dominates everything
had been used as a reservoir for water, Some of them carried slings, others you / ;
I tried the experiment of using it as a clubs mind cane-sizars.: But soon they with age. You aro not wine, although I out the mone '. When he saw this in its vicinity, and to make its appearance
of readers 1 full of- great wealth the knees of the editor more the background
silo in 1880. Ten acres of Hungarian came back crestfallen. "What's the many our may striking on
grass (about 130 tons), very foul with matter ?" inquired the Doctor; "did just as you please, the juice of thegrape smote together : he turned pale, fainted of the blue sky, its summit, though

;' pig or rag weed,, so that it-would havebeen they get away from you ?** 'Kappa- or the idea. What a man doesn't and fell to the floor, and there lay as placed in a favored temperate latitude,
unmerchantable in Muni know at thirty he will never leant.If one who is dead.*' is ever covered with a mantel of snot
a dry state, was the laconic reply, "sacred
,was cut fine and packed in the usual monke's." Holy baboons that must at that age you are a shoemaker, "Oh oh : grandfather, did they catch And yet, during twenty centuries, no

way, .and sold during the winter' to not be interrupted in their little ..1timt' >- stick to your last. If an attorney, even the bad robber man and hang him on a historian, no traveler, no savant, no
: milkmen at $7 per ton, they doing the They had expected to find a should jour coat be out at the tree ?" poet names it, or so much as alludes to

'carting They reported \that the cows troop of common nukaques, wanderoos elbows, or if a kind providence had "Xo. mj" dears they did not catch it. As'the sun describes his laily track,

.. sought the ensilage with avidity, ate it or other profane four-handers, and re- I placed 'otin one of its highest niches, the bold, bad ro llfc. He is still living. that peak throws its sliadow upon it

clean and seemed to thrive and give an turned on tiptoe, like Marryat's sergeant say mounted you booted and spurred From that day he reformed, and got a least three countries possessing different

;' improved quality of milk over that produced who went to arrest an opstrep'Br- on the editorial tripod, ride your nag, place as cashier in a big bank, where languages, but sill it was profoundly

:, from .bay and brewers' grams. ous drunkard and recognized his commanding until his tail dropoff rather than think you will l>e glad to hear that he is doing ignored." The same author informs UI

;. '- Last season the silo was filled with corn officer. Unarm Europeans you can dismount and scuttle in the well and is greatly respected by all in of a map of the region round about

of excellent quality; and,the bulk of it cannot afford to brave these prejudices. gutter for place among the not so his church." Mont Blanc, published in the second

'; sold to, milkmen at $7'per ton, they Captain Elphinstone's gardener nearly blessed.Thormi'jhbrtd Shack J wrwal.i And the i>oor editor man, grandfather half of the sixteenth century,but wbkhri"t
the
coming for it, in loads of 1500 to 2000 lost his life for shooting a thievish kinurnan. : What became of him ?" ,":; no hint as to the existance of

pounds about once a week. The reports A mob of raging bigots chased \ In 1776 Saral. Goddard printed a 4Ah r mountain, which, nevertheless, is visible '
yes, my darlings I had almost of sixty
from all sides at distances
; have been emphatic from him from paper in Newport llhode Island ably

'.. purchasers street to street till he gave forgotten him. Well, when he came I i "
that it was an economical and them the slip in a Mohammedan sub. conducting it, afterward associatingwith out of his faint, and his eyes saw all the'money leagues. .
; excellent fodder, the quality of the urb, where a sympathizing Unitarian her John Carter. The firm was
milk exciting the notice of consumersas helped him to escape through the luck announced Sarah Goddard & Co., sle hail fallen lying he atout the room where it i The academy of sciences decides that -
was sorely perplexed. thaa .
At
molelike' June milk than they had alleys. Toe interference of his countrymen taking the partnership precedence, as last he felt : raw meat is easier of digestion ;-
it had
sure been I :
that
quietlyplaced which is prescrib1rfipreference
cooked. In
i '. ever had before. A smaller allowance would hardly have saved him, for ; was proper and right. in his in
pocket the that
night bj- a should be given to flesh ,l
.
; :_ of ,hay, and brewers' grains was used the crowd increased from, minute to i great and rich neighbor who : '
* owned a has been frozen low temperatures
.
1.,. with the ensilage. I feed my own cows minute, and even women joined in the An Illinois court has"decided that a lanyard and as very
was
\ : I running for the Leg destroy the of the pI "", f
from a silo at my home farm, and }I chase, and threatened to cure his im- j woman's lie about her age doesn't viti- islature. So for days and eggs many :all ;::
.": days he j sites which often infest meat of iI
.: I .
made June butter in with r ,
.- January-a new piety a turnip-masher. ate her insurance policy. printed in his paper whole columns of I kinds. :
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; showed',the most. remarkable instance would have done it. That he should in

l it Cf: to7? .. of rai1way-ffi ial-forbearance on' .his storm-bound,desperation' have confided honest their debtors and bona' property fide liens subject and equitable to all -I

tilDe flies fleeter todajt record, for be waited to hear and an his hopes and their disappointment
f ilibt
iiri11- transfers. There is. '
'" moments wewinged; ;wnll.d. I ewer the two,heads out of one:and the to the father that young rascal, TIONS.-The',purchaser of a reaping no statutory provision
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j '" ; same window. "Weaver machine sued the vender for damages
\ i. be made out from tke failure transfer
Wi l .A :the'dtosheiothmkingofona tfg" xWhy: have you stopped, guard ?*' But the snow got worse and "worse. upon the warranty he had given. The under ,
the of
1!4"'" hendsmie and strong-- asked the'one.. They reached Reading toward nightfall, defense was that there was ne warranty power attorney. The
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1I'oat of
delivery thecertifitate and the
c..;f!1 ,i. JXfl*.inii Ti ,*J *n... trWhy don't you ,go on, guard ?" and there Mr. Dolman stopped, wildly given. Onthe; trial of the caseNeavevs. assignment -
are'' and the powerto"transfer
is
f la,,'tJa be loves'her,' he loves her; and. whisper asked the other desirous to send off telegrams ; one of Arntz-the plaintiff! proved that the I I ,delivery at law a sufficient
common The
/l &* it low i l "We're fast in a drift, sirs, and can't reproach to his wicked niece, one to his defendant in the negotiations for the .
: 1 *mint that he told her BO 1 tendency of mOdem decisions is to regard
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get no further. home to say he was not lost. As the sale represented that the reaper was

11} JhVt her heart set dancing.today.'flSTto At this. astounding news the questioners wires were damaged by the storm he' one of the best machines made and of I certificates. .of. stock attached, to an
that glad refrain I executed blank assignment and
}!.,. Blow' oft to the glass she's glancing to-day became momentarily dumb; I j I could not send either. He made his great efficiency, and he got a judgment. transfer powerto
as to
J ,,;.,.'And eagerly. watching the lane.Wt' even from Mr. Podbury's cheerful lace i i i way to a hotel in the town, and went to The defendant appealed to the Supreme approximating negotiable -
", securities though neither in
form
God\k a- Home" home again' the. light died out. I bed, roughly desiring the chambermaidnot Court of Wisconsin, which affirmed the "
character
nor
V. $* Alibis duties well done,, :"It's,disgraceful I-to-day of all days, to call him until the line was clear judgment. Judge Cassaday, in the negotiable.
noblest of -
K.l '. $'. 'Comes* miller's the son! menThe guard-I shall be too late, after all !" for him to get home. As the young opinion, said : "Undoubtedly any assertion CHATTEL MoRToAoFS-Ow.ERsmt'

., burst forth Mr. Dobnan in angry re woman did not know where he lived or affirmation made by the KNOWLEDGE ,OF MORTGAGEE.A '
fi he's coming he's coming, he's well on
?,:-_.'1:-,Ohi, .. the way! : proach. But the grmnl passed quietly she widely remarked. that it might be a I seller to the purchaser during the negotiations mortgage certain goods to B .to securea

;, ',A ai. to-morrow.to-morrows. the weddingVfbj onward, and the gentlemen shut_up the week or more : to which he sulkily replied I to effect the sale respecting the note, and there was included in the
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,'f' :-J day-..! window. he didn't care if it were ten. The quality of the article or the efficiency of property some goods of A's wife, which

% it she lies there so,cold, still and ,The only one of the three who wore I girl looked a moment at the door as it the machine sold will be regarded as a fact was known to ;:B. The mortgage-

'", 'S 'White! air of comfort and closed and then nodded her head know- warranty if relied the contained the usual
.t ....Wast is It has turned her glad noon into an composure was upon by purchaser ; covenants of
( .night?, Mr. Weaver lie read a short i ara- in dy. in buying. Here the negotiationswere ownership and warranty. In an actionto

.Ofinto space graph in his scientific journal, and .mur- "E looks old, but there's no mistake conducted by the seller in person : recover the value of these goods,

"i .The swift engine rushed -. mured to himself: hr the symptoms. *Es bin JUH! pro- the words employed were his own. which the mortgagor refused to deliverup r

..; ..v' ,Then With down a mighty; down leap down! "Most interesting Wonderful :I" imsed to some one, and she wou't have1Uit1Tiuley'r While he denies giving a warranty he he set up as a defense that ,they

To kill and drown: '. What is, sir?" testily inquired Mr. llayrcriue. admits using the words proven, and as could not be mortgaged by him, as he

'Ko" .But moment mangled of grace and crushed; Dolman. 'Our being stuck in the -. these words were representations con- was not the owner, and on the trial be-

t Heap upon heap! snow ?" stituting a warranty this denial is offered to prove that the title to them

.\ .. ./. And Tjfu: the the foremost miller's son one! Mr. Weaver glanced up from his rev- Children's Droll Sayings.Children simply that the law is what it is." was in his wife. ,This evidence 'wa.
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erie with a mild remark : "I have been rejected as conflicting with the conver.'wts -
.. .. More.bright grow her eyes and,more f'aint.. remarks times : CONDITIONAL SALE GOODS TO lIESOLD
s are at even of the
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, mortgage and the
rrows her breath; engaged forborne years in the study of I :,
;, : 'Aid' she marries, she marries the bride the Glacial period, sir. As it was in the more entertaining than their comical UY DEALER-TITLE, TO GOODS plaintiff had judgment. Defendant
._ Deathl UNSOLD.; Merchants l liquors to
a
. : groom- and < :
\ .,... .., '_ past it will undoubtedly be again. I seea queries replies.A retailer upon the condition that the : appealed the case--Harvey vs Harveyto
beautiful corroboration in the scene BLUE ow.-One: of the two the Supreme Court of Rhode
Stress of Weather. title to the :goods should remain in
.; around me of the evident near approach children who were amusing themselvesby Island, which affirmed the judgment.The .
'.. .- them until paid for, with the under- .
,Of course it was very cold, but fine, of the extraordinary cold phenomena we coloring pictures, suddenly'exclaimed standing that sale might be made in Chief Justice, ;Durfee, in the

: seasonable weather. So said each of are led by the most learned of our men :- the course of business the condition to opinion, said : ,"For the _sake of the -'.

.,v j the three,"middl ged gentlemen *as to expect." How stupid of you to Daunt that be enforce against the, unsold liquors., wife we should be glad to hold that the

*they drew themselves., up for a final "Every one to his taste:'; cried )rr; cow.bl ue :I" No payment whatever was made, and plaintiff was himself estopped by his

_waini at their J dining-room fires, waited, Podbury, shivering. "I hate ire my- "Oh, it's blue with the cold !'' quickly the vender learning that the creditorsof misconduct from claiming that her
.
in by such feminine slaves as happened self," and he drew out a well-filled ohsened. the other Don't you see husband could not contradict the mort-
the vendee had attached the liquors
: io exiSt for them in the shape'of wives, iwcket-flask. .Mr. Dolman, evidentlyput it is winter, and the jioor thing Is most which remained in the store broughtsuit gage, but we do not see our way clearto

Jd ughte1'8 or. housekeepers. What a out by some private, serious complication frozen !', to recover them. In this, C.\Se-- do it, for the deed,though ineffectualto

must feel who his mit- and L.vered silent- Gooi TIME comty.the wife's property, was valid f
' hero a man sees frowned g A To Wuire IT })OWS. Lewis vs. McCabe-the defendants had
'. laid in the fender his coat The A little told between the parties,. and the, wrong
tens great ly. snow was getting uncommonly girl ou lieing; something judgment, and the plaintiffs carried. the

" heated, and regretful admiration in the deep, and presently the guard which greatly amused her said that ease to the Supreme Court of Errors of committed or contemplated against her

'Bnntranding countenances appeared again. "- She would remember it the whole of Connecticut. Judge: Loomis, in the was committed"partly with the plaintiff,,

{ ." Arrived at the'railway station, and "So chance of moving :gAitlemen.till her life, and when she forgot it she opinion in favor of merchants, said : and, therefore, in a case which affects,

't of their natural these would it only the defendant we do not see how
deprived: worship, we can get some men to dig us out. write down. "The title of the venders to the unsold "

'three.men were just as ordinary, com Nearest station juM; one mile off." VERY COXMUEUATE. gentlemanhad stock is good against the attaching he can be permitted, take any advantage ;

fortable-looking citizens as you could And away he went. a cat'which had five kit tens. On credit:>R(. The Courts of this State are of the estoppel..

well*meet with They were all Does the fellow think we can ordering three of them to l>e drowned, in harmony with those of Maine, Vermont Sanitary.

,:S strangers to each other, and chanced at walk ?" demanded )(t. Dolman of )(r; his little boy said : *'I ai. do not throw and MassacliUK-tts on this question ,

.the same hour to book themselves for Podbury. them into cold water. Warm it first ; who hold that the condition that Dr. PJayter, of Toronto, has gathered

'Paddington; all doing it cheerily, for "X 0, no. We must grin and tear they may catch cold" the right of property shall remain in facts in regard to consumptives from .

,how could they tell what was going to it." 2.j() doctors. Their replies showed that
OPINIONS OK OLn FOLK .-The following the vender ul1tilll.\ymE'nt is good, not
,happen! There was a look of having "I can't bear it, sir I" said Mr. Dol- remark of a little girl shows an only as between the original parties but the average age of patients was twenty-

Outwitted MmE'OOdyeomplaf'nt man, unreasonably. "If I don't get to opinion of her elders the reverse of flattering also against purchasers from and creditors seven ; 46 per cent were males;54 per

f look-on Mr. Dolmans countenance as Paddington in an hour, my niece and :- of the vendee, even when possession cent. females, and 28 per cent,were mar-

pocketed his ticket and purchased my neice's fortune will be, lost to me "Oh dear,'" she exclaimed to her goes with the sale and there is ried. The average size of the chest was

lis: newspaper. "I'll drop in upon forever.' doll, ** I never saw such ui uneasy nothing: to indicate that it is not abso 31! inches; the chest of persons of the
them before breakfast "' he muttered tohimself same. height 5 feet 5 inches
lute. ofreasoning average }
is much
'Good gracious I" exclaimed }(r. thing in all my life. Why don't you There contradiction
with a self-satisfied nod. Mr. would usually 37 inches. \
; Podbury, with keen pleasure at this act like grown folks, aryl be still and and decision relative to the average
.f' Weaver secured neither a Times aZtkgraph About 50 cent. had light hair and
nor chance of a little amusing scandal, stupid for awhile?" validity of conditional sales in the different per ;

the, latest edition of a "how's that, sir?" Even the Glacial In contrast with this was the delicate States!, and often to wine extentin eyes, two-thirds did indoor work, had
.scientific journal. :Mr. Podbury slept in small rooms and wore no flan-
sup-
Period man. looked across with mild compliment which a little toy paid to the same State. In Pennsylvaniathe
pliec('.himself with Punch, Fun and interest. his mother. The family were discussing Courts have firmly established the nels. Only 4Q per cent had consumptive.

c Tmh; laughter and polite lies being ancestors, and the majority were of the
rule that sale and of
at the supper table the qualities a delivery personal
"My niece a charming lady
young
,
his.usual requirements for a nervous temperament.M. .
happy is also my ward," said Mr. Dolman which go to make up a good wife. Xo- property, with an agreement that the
rjoumey. Pasteur for the past ten has -
the vender years
shall remain in
"I have always intended that she body thought that the little fellow had ownership '
1, Theii tbese\hree middle-aged gentlemen been spending much of his time in, the
should son. Unfortunately been listening, or could understand the i until the purchase money is paid, is *
; gftt into,the same first-class compartment I marry my company of mad dogs in'order to test
.
,
fraudulent and void to creditors of
I was persuaded to allow the girl to talk, until he leaned over the table and as .-
obtained steaming hot tins the value of his inoculation theory. He
,
kissed his mother and Mid the vendee and innocent purchasers ;
visit her aunt-one of those dreadful :- ...
for their feet and occupied the minutes has just communicated the most recent
and the Courts of New York. in
women who act for themselves and )(amma, when I get: big i enough concur
Wore starting their sixty-miles journeyin conditional sales void to results of his .investigations to the
I'm going to a lady just exactlylike holding as
think they are cleverer than men and marry
; .
rolling themselves in stout railway.rugs French academy of.sciences. He states-
but them effect
agaiast
under this misguided person's roof she )'ou. C/iriVtmii, ut Work. llurcII ers give
,The ,whistle sounded, the train execution creditors assignments' for the that all the dogs that he had inoculated ;
has been,permitted to renew a girlish A GENTLE HINT.-A small boy of
:Moved; .with a prophetic groan, and benefit of creditors or o; :security for the with the yarns, and had been ;cured
.Kih love affair of which I had entirely disapproved four summers was riding on a hobby
: man, like a true Briton, opened of antt'Cedent"debts.." of the disease.thus communicated, enjoyed
wide and put a stop to. The re- horse with a companion. He was seated payment
his newspaper and shut out any perfect immunity from a second
sult is that they are to be married thic rather uncomfortably the horse's
possible SHAKES STOCK- CERTIFICATE
sight of his fellow-travelers. or attack. Hence he argues that dogs,
An hour later morning at Paddington Church at half neck. After, reflective Il3.use he said : POWER ATTORNEY ATTACHING :
; the newspapers are WITH OF being the originators of hydrophobiashould
11. A clerk of mine found thai "I think if of off I could
one us gets
past
CUEl ITORS.-A creditor. of
topped a
and the gentlemen are all engaged > be compelled to pass through the-
hi out and telegraphed for me, so that I ride much better." shareholder in national bank sued him
forming their own private a ordeal of inoculation, in order that they
-options as to the meaning of a very might be in time to stop the mischief. DEATII AND Lira-A little four- in Connecticut, where the bank was located might thenceforth be powerless to drive
And I should have been in time but for years-old boy was greatly troubled
!tocewmd on July 20 1809) and attachedthe
that has risen, and is now man mad.
4Ingaged in blowing snow as. fine as this this-" and finding no adequate with the idea of dying, having been stock. He recovered. judgment and Alcohol for Catarrh..-The 'Rev.
;
:-sugar through the cracks in the I word ready to express his wrath, Mr. told that everyone must die sometime. sold his shares in execution, and on theSheriff's William II. Bergfels thinks he has discovered -
Dolman out at the fair Will die sometime V Ye.s."
age glared fiercely papa certificate of sale the bank
jvind ":8 Mr. Podbury, indeed a simple and certain remedy for
-1 changed his seat, having a clear but impeding snow wreaths. I Will grandma die too ?" "Yes,. transferred the stock to the purchaser, catarrh, which has so long baffled medical

'..objection, to being ornamented like .a "It's an ill wind that blows nobody I dear, sometime." "Will Auntie die?" issued to him a new certificate and paid science. Mr. Bergfels was pastorof

nstmascake. .,At last he-the most any good," smiled'Mr. Podbury, with "'Yes." So he went through with the him the subsequent dividends. On May the Baptist church at.Lyon's Farms, .

.genial i ,of the three men-spoke. an attempt at pleasantry, which the family, mournfully asking about each 20, IfHW, the owner of the shares assigned New Jersey, but in 1872 he was. compiled -

v"liever saw such a sky Full of aggrieved uncle bitterly resented. one, then suddenly brightening up, he them to 1), giving him a turner to give up preaching'on account

'i .w t, "How jolly glad the young couple will said, "Then God will hah to make of attorney make the transfer and he of a severe catarrhal.affection.. He is a '

nU1flph!, think it's getting be, sir, when they hear that you stuck some more folks! lie. will hab to !"- (I);, in the following January; assigned member of a nickel-plating company] :;:i

bthrckar; ?" inquired Mr. Dolman.hicker fast on the right side of Reading !" 1'ittsbury Catholic. the stock to t*. and delivered. to him the. and one evening, after using' in his

/# ;sir?" broke in Mr.Weaver, "Ugh-growled the miserable Mr. power 'of attorney.; In August, 1801, business a lacquer composed of alcohol

;,. .**au ly.( t'There,are evidences about Dolman. "Her money's all tied up S, went to the bank to make the aansfer, he: found that his disease was not so bad.

'.' '...tttt the elements are preparing'for a that's one comfort. ,Young Weaver His Lordship Declined.Like but met with a refusal, on tl.e ground He then put alcohol into an'inhaler'and

*]WBa great struggle, sir." can't make ducks and drakes of it !'' other professional that by the Sheriff's sale the interest of tried breathing the vapor arising from, "

,#,this pronounced opinion from so "Weavers sir?" said the scientific many the owner had passed<< to the purchaser, it. lIe did this for a month,'nIght and

, l11y scientific'a-man, Mr. Dolman gentleman,1with difficulty recalling Sergeant Ballantine never takes a joke to whom a certificate had been' issued. morning, and was greatly relieved of ,
himself On
..Jn himself from antediluvian dreams against kindly. one occasion He then brought suit against the bank .('
: amazement at his opposite ; : the. catarrhal trouble. A few, modths.later :
he had a lady client with the ,
: Podbury laughed cheerio "That's my name-and my son, Tom peculiar for the valve of the stock-Scott. the he' was cured, and he is now again.- .f',
of Tickle for whom he
t 2.Mr Weaver, of the Engineers, is 'goiug to name all.lte..lfl'tl1 Pequonnork National Bank of Bridge pastor of the Lyons'Farm church. His. ,

1-'Cats and dogs, I be married to-day. I was on my way > the late..Baron Martin in Port-in the Unitetl States Circuit Court, family finds that the vapor from alcoh.

' .:J. I y.in:snow form!" A great swirl to be present at the wedding. He is a a breach of promise case. A point of Southern District of New York, and also presents colds. .I

i ; 'xjidrovg: the snow hard_againstas downright good fellow, sir, and the law arose, and )(r. Ballantine began an recovered judgment. Judge Shipman, I. ,


.' ,:. .., he spoke, and, tor a mini pretty young girl Mary Dolman." address to the Judge in these words : in the opinion said : "In the absenceof The New Jersey State Board of:Agriculture .

{ Sofa eo' the i, windows were blinded "Good gracious ?" cried Mr. Pod- 'Tickle, my client, my lord-" Here positive provisions of law or rules of closed a two-
; : .and slower moved the train and "one his be w.\S' interrupted' by his lordship's evidence whereby transfers of
heartily on Trenton. The officers
propertymade
bury, laughing following were .,
........., ,
;; ;:a saying : "Tickle her yourself
" --.,.... way to assist,.the other to prevent, and my I without notice to the public or elected for the ensuing year: President.
brother.
learned in
.... > w?" cried Mr. Dolman, as both stopped by the snow Ha!ha 1 ha! Everybody .the without registry are declared fraudulent Thomas II. Dudley_ ; Secretary,'P. T. "
f '*; -ie!>4It. I !1" Court roared with laughter except Mr. and void as against attaching creditors Executive Committee: ,
:Podbury thrust,their heads JI must say it's good Quinn f : =T. 11. ;
s'**?
-TOtten' '. i | again. A guard plodding Mr. Podburyand converted Mr. Weaver very.grumpy throughout the day. specified acts aremade prerequisite the I Burroughs. ," i

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:8Q ties at,1 'fllaI..at6:16. STAPLE AID FAHCI GROCERIES
.eon'. 11:88 Titusville, Florida:. .
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1.'." ,-..-. ...-,' ,'". ii- ..,-LL. :.-.. .-.--.. Confectioneries, D. GRAY. .. I I PROVISIONS
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-wd:; : ;: wMhxngto purchase;; a derirof : SUFFERho Fine Tobaccos and DRY GOODS,

1t."-5J i awe=....oxen_ .wm. pleaw enquire at ATTORNEYATLAW.LaGrange .
,
-r',,\i: ? *!* CIGARS. Hardware ant General
;,; Mercer
... Florida.Wm. .
:.;t ; The Board of County OommissionerBiriH -
longer from Dyspepsia CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE,
r meet.next Monday,April 2nd. FLOP
Scott. A.M.ThTMher. Marchs0.LN4 DL
_Tad B.L.BnaiTngfl'1, of Orlando ,Indigestion,want of'Appetite..lossorStrength LAMPS FIXTURES; Titusville Fla. Sanford Fla. 45 z; .

registered at the Titos House. SCOTT & THRASHER, THE TROPICAL
lack of Energy,Malaria WOODEN it TINWARE. HOUSE
,
-
W.B.:Moore Im placed a night4ight
at Rockledge Indian ,
at the' end of his wharf to welcome in Intermittent Fevers,Ac ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. ; River Florida.

the nocturnal sailor. BROWN'S IRON BIT Meal Corn I Sanford : : Florida. $. Ryder, Owner &, Proprietor.
V'
t Mr.W.H. Ennis and family,of New TERS never fails to cure i Mr.Scott is now located at Titusville.'Real This House is
centrally located
i:K: Jersey;have been spending a few weeks all these diseases.BoeecsNosesaber.6. Estate Law a spec1a1ity--a at:Boefc
.' ledge,in the far-famed Indian River
the House
at Titos regis
': Hay, C B. MAGRCDER, of Florida,and all the
.,--General B. F.: Butler and', lady and posseses advantage

i 'N.But.1erL of Boston, were: registered at ,.... COUNTY SURVEYOR of Climate, Health an'd Pleasure of tki
OrWWW&toCo. ,
owl
the Titus,..I1OUae"on Toe day. Gal&Jcaeo-For years X lum Oats Etc. newly developed region of South Florida.,

j Y ='H. Hammond has returned from a.a could. sdCrerfr rcIid'hamc m tried ANDNOTABYPUBLIC. Take steamer from Sanford for lake
get 00
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quite a protracted trip to Washington, everything which was reco.aCDCS- also for Poinsett..called Rockledcre Landm. .t'._
DftTisUUUib ADd,J UTille. cd)until,acting.on the;. advice of a agents Rockledge, Florida. I -0'Wl4q;
_
WDO IWI- aeca' miles Direct
carriage
II'ICDIIo aa riding.
,--8Dow.fe1l in Savannah, Ga., last Bcowx's boll Brrrnts,I tried wj Jacob Reeds' Sons, s. JOKES. connection
:, Thursday and 'Friday, destroying the bottle,with most surprising teralts.. MINOR from the House made with steamers.

R Peach crop of Georgia and South Carolina.Mr. Previous,ererjrthing to taking Browns figs I oBrrnss CLOTHIERS, Rates, $2.5O per day.

?. A. L.Hatch, of City Point, is eec, sal I suffered Read ATTORNEYATLAW.TUusTille Arrangements made by the Week or
boning sensation in the stomach, ifaitk
to be at store.NOTIONS.
seen
Samples
:/ receiving new Iota of goods by every which.. unbearable Since taking
steamer Customers are requested to call BBOWMI laos Brrras,all my -. Florida. PIONEER COOPERAGE.
troubles are at an end. Can anytime
,
and them. ,
i: examine
without disagreeable .
any results.
I The regulation ball for the "Indian I am practically another TUT. E. ENGLISH.Notary' Syrup Barrels 225.
persoa. Bus.W.J.hnw. DOMESTIC & FANCY DRY GOODS
r Ever ,.Athletes'7 has been received and ,
30 Maverick SL,Eo BoI&oa.BROVVN'S Public State at Large. Gauged to order ten cents extra.
the, bats are expected to arrive on the Book
: i. steamer thia week. ft : Gents' Clothing & FDnldiot Affidavits drawn and all business-entrusted Honey Barrels, and Oval Water,
March 1st 44 U,
attended to.
to me promptly
IRON BIT-
.
; -ourDew postal Jeter, .R. A Scrimgeour BreakersFrom
; has received F) cortmiiuon from. TERS acts like a charmon STR. ASTATULA Office at his residence.

Washington and wU comra inc t his duties. the digestive organs, Titusville Florida. : : $2.60( : : ,Up.

next Monday momi )1g. |; i- : removing all dyspeptic Will Leave "T\ COWIE. .

:;' Mr.Mills and lily,of j list trash, L.L : symptoms,such as tast- SALT LAKE Tanksand ,
have been :stopping l sevcal weeksat the all kinds of COOPER WORK to order.
, ing food
Belching
, ,".. the Titus House. ', Every Wednesday & Saturdayat Physician and Surgeon.
T.
Heat in the Stomach, JOHNSON,
'
.
We learn that baa Devine has giv 10
Heartburn a. m. connecting at
en'up carrying this mail between this I etc. The Titusville Florida.. LaGrange : : Florida.
:. place and Daytona and that Dennis Rear- only Iron Preparationthat Sanford and Enterprise, -

don will tab fes place in the yacht "Lil- will not blacken the with daily steamers forJACKSONVILLE. S. F. GRAY. The Florida State Gazetteerand

':. lie." teeth or give headache.Sold .

i' -be steamer Marion, on account of a Watch Maker and Jeweller.ALL BUSINESS DIRECTORY

:' broken shaft, did not come into Salt Lake by all Druggists. ;J:0:- : WORK WARRANTED. .

yesterday,on' her way down. Quite a I Work or orders left with P. E. Wager or at Containing the names, business and add,.
". number of passengers, who were going to Brown Chemical Co. Returning Leaves Post Office.TItusville or with A. Brady LaGrange
: Sanford were thus disappointed.Mr. will receive prompt attention. Will be -of the-
i: Baltimore Md. Sanford and Enterprise, in Tituaville every Monday. *
W.H. Butler of New York, general Merchant, Professional & Business men, .
agent for the Diebold Safe and Lock See that an Iron Bitten are made by Every Tuesday and Friday at 9 a. m. DR. B. R. WILSON.Will and the principal farmers and landowners

: Company,of Ohio;was in town on Monday Brown have Chemical Co.,Baltimore and Cabin fare to Sanford Enterprise,$3.; ,
crossed red lines and trade orange groves and plan'
and Tuesday. The STAB received a mark oa wrapper. Meals and state room included, $5. Deck continue the practice of Medicine in
:, pleasant call from him Tuesday evening.P. ; tations, together with a
fare $:. J. U. SMITH
.' D. Wesson of Banana River show- BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. Titusville and vicinity, .Sketch of All Cities, Towns and Yttbga,

ed us,Monday,a curiosity in the shape Feb 1 Manager. Office J. M. And how
at Dixon's Drug Store. to reach them and other vahubfe.
:4, of two oranges in one. This peculiar Information.
::; freak of the is seldom NEWSPAPER
Citrwl.famil seen. HAWLEY D. D. S.
A.D. This important work will be issued jut
The two oranges are about 6 inches in
'length and are entirely covered by one Subscription Agency.The Visiting Dentist. as soon as the labor of collecting

rind. undersigned having opened and compiling the facts can be accom .

;, Makes frequent trips to Indian River. To the business
-J'as.HeComb'Jr.isshirpingTomaroes plished. commu-
Spring !
: % and other produce to New York, trom Opening NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY Lake Worth. &c. nity this will be the most valuable book

; 'thi place. Last quotations, Tomatoes Will be pleased to receive subscriptions P. O. Address, New Smyrna Florida. that has yet been published about
$6 per bushel, Potatoes $8 per barrel commencing .
.' 3' He fn take care of all consignments in to any C.II.. NAtTM N. Florida. Price, $5. to be sold by subscrip

( trusted to him. SATURDAY MARCH 24 1883. Periodical tion.
c.... or Newspaper published.o

;. *, Letter from _] F. Sams.Cmr -o- Justice of the Peace and Rate for Advertising:
'
: POINT March 26 1883. -AT- time, trouble and expense by apply- Notary Public Slate-at-large. 1 Page with book$50. J Page with book$30
r"' Editor Star
: to CHAS. H. Z*Agents wanted in to
t- ing NAUMAN, every county,
Dear Sir:Untoward circumstances Office at the Hani-Over.
1 prevented me from visiting the districts Subscription Agent, whom liberal terms wilt be offered.-

t in West Brevard without serious incon- "THEFAIR"G. JOHNSON .
';, Tenience to my private affairs. I there'fore Haulover P. O., Brevard county, Fla. T. COCKSIIITT.Notary CUSHING & APPLEYARD, Pubs.,*

: deemed it my duty to resign. Which P. O. Box 1042.] Jacksonville,Flat
r .< I did under cover to Mr. Platt informing The Lund House, Public, e-at-targe,

: him at the same- time, that, to avoid any W. MACKENZIE'S.. -9_--- and Florida Manufacture.
trouble in the School I
management, Justice of the Peace.
[, would hold the office until the notice of Just Received Corner Main Street & Washington Ave.

: :-.. the appointment of my successor or the Titusville, : Florida. Court day, first Saturday of each month. AMAZON PAINT WORKS.

: acceptance of my resignation rather. I LA GRANGE Florida.ST. .
LATEST STYLES IN
i '. 'have not beard from either of our delegation CLAIR-ABRAMS. R. L. SCVMERLIX, IF. J. BERNE,& CO.,
t and deeming it proper that there Pleasant Location, Good Table.A State Attorney County Judge
: should be a meeting of the Board of Public LADE'S' MISSES1 AND CMDBEN'S Seventh Judicial Circuit. Orange county. manufacturers of the ,'

J : instruction at the time of the]! April cosy home for the

i, session of the County Commissioners. I Straw SPORTSMAN AND TOURIST. St Clair Abrams & Smerliii AMAZON READY-MIIED PAINTS{
< Hats INVALID ,
.7 herewith request you to publish the usual ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS AT LAW

notice as appended. Bespectfull ,'&c.s -F- in all shades and ready forImmediate
ORLANDO FLA. 4
JNO.: H pjifVp, Laces, Flowers, &c., &c. ,
t> KJ Sail-boats In attendance..,g8 Will rive careful attention to collections,
.' Notice is hereby given that a meetingof and will, practice In the several courts of this Use. land
:: ; the Board of Public Instruction for the SEE OURREMNANTS A. Deisner, Proprietor. District,and In the Supreme Court at Talla
County will be held at Titnsville on the hassee and U. S. court at Jacksonville. grinders'ofPure

,. 2nd of April at the hour of 9 a.m.to consider THE SLOOP "AGNES," LA GRANGE STORE White Lead
: ,
of
matters general interest to the commanded by
Is; Always on hand
a general assortment of
j \ 26th of March CAPrAINJUIIN McLEAX, & Colors In Oil. .
; !., day 1883. OF LACES GOODS. '
: .1... Makes regular trips on Indian River. O lceand Factory, of.

,I :::' Hetel Arrivals Namely TORCHON, CLUNY, SHE CARRIES A FULL SUPPLY OF -STRICTLY CASH-

'_ Fork ending March 21, 1883. VALENCIENNES BLOND No. 26 Ocean street,
TITUS HOUSE. Groceries,Dry Goods, A. Brady. '

;- T E Smith, A Dow, Texas; James Mott BRETON, LANGUEDOC, Canned Goods, January 1st 1883 1 yr 36 JACKSONVILLE, FLORID

.Glenwood, L I; U 8 Hendrickson, Rock SAXONY, MALTESE, ARRIVALS & DEPARTURES OF MAILS.
Hats
Boots
and
ledge, Fla; M 0 Mills, and lady,FlatbushLI Shoes, ONLY $20. From Enterprise to Tltnsyllle. -
; WH Ennis and family, NJ; 'W H AND VERMICILLL Ladies'Shoes in great variety;Prints all Leave Enterprise:3a.m. -Monday Wednesday ino

'Butler.New York;R Carte, Miss Lenon, ALSO CROCHET, IRISH, new patterns at low prices. Arrive at Tituaville Monday Wednesday
London Gen B F Butler, Mrs B F But and Friday at 9 p. m. .
let,Nat Butler, Boston Mass; HL Chippy EVERLASTING, REVERSIBLE, Ready-made Clotting Met Articles, Saturday Leave Tltu at 5 a.vUle m. Tuesday Thursday d

= H G Monson., New York; R L Summcr- &NOTTINGHAM TRIMMINGS. IVOTIOXS. Arrive at Enterprise Tuesday Thursday
lin, Orlando Fla; E p,King, Oak Hill Fla and Saturday at 9 p.m.
R J McCarthy, Fannie Milledge, Wm piece%containing from two to eight yard March JfaP-For 15,46 6m.the cash only..g From Daytona Titnsville.

DavisNew Smyrna Fla; Mr Carte, Miss Leave at 6 Daytona p.m. Tuesday Thursday and Satsi'day

,Lenon,London; W Butler, New York. Only lOcents eachJUST S. RYDER. Arrive at TltusvUle Thursday Saturday ana
,LAND! HOllSE. Monday at 10 0..m.
''JamesMott' ROCKLEDGE, Leave Tituavllle Thursday Saturday and"
: BoslfD NY; W EDriscoll Monday at 2
'.' Bedford Ind;R A Cooper, Richmond Ind; THINK" OF IT!11J65They Has just received and continues to keepIn Arrive at Daytona p.m. Wednesday Saturday and

'. G W Schuyler.'Fla; W T Helmuth Jr, stock a full and complete stock of Groceries Monday at 6a.m.From .

r. New York; MMShipe; Jamaica L I; M wonderful Boots & Shoes, Hats & Caps in Titusville to Ban Gallie.
; Burnham, O Quarterman, Canaveral Leave Titusville Tuesday and Friday at
.Caand ." great variety and General Merchandiseof 5
'PIa: Mrs Ada' Smith Jacksonville selling rapidly.o a.m.
Fla
; Arrive at Eau Gallie and Friday
I: J McLean,Sloop Agnes;Alex R Hargrove I every description. Ask for whateveryou at 6 p.m.Leave. Tuesday "

.and dater, Upton Wis; Patrick Ban- -: :- may want. One price to all. Canned* at 6 Eau Gallic Wednesday and Saturday

', 4. non, O H Nauman and son, Goods of every description a specialty.LUMBER Arrive a.m.Titnsville Wednesday and Saturday

Haulover, Fla; C B Magruder, Rockledge I -We will,also place- at 7 p.m. .

;' FlajWHGleaaon.Dade Co Fla; H THammon lli'ron our counters- &8 !
:: PHILADELPHIASINGER New Information of Florida.
Lake Worth Fla; J Pritchard,
: City Peter Fisher Aurantia Fla J H Will be furnished to order on short noticeat 192
; ; Special Bargains inCROCKERY MACHINEEQUAL pages new matter unto,map for 1882.
Cooper and wife, A V Hiscock and wife,
$13.00 per thosand. Dressed lum Send six cents to I;.C.LongTallahaaseeor
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::, R B Burchfield, Georgiana Fla. TO ANY SINGER in THE MARKET.

1. ber from 820.00 to 824.00 per thousand The above cut represents the most pop C. Drew,Jacksonville,Fla. _
; NOTICE. ular
style for the people which
we
;:: Six months after date I will present to Glassware and Novelties.At LUMBER & SHINGLES you for the very low price of 820. offer lie- AGENTS Wanted &iib i

S' his Honor.J.A. McCrory Judge of the .. always on hand. member we do not ask you to pay until a 10.rka.feharackr..price seihalr; C t.a, "sBOOkS U..........
i .county court of Brevard county Fla. my Greatly Reduced Prices.- you have seen the machine. After having -- G.;__.,... _I'.a nerywbael_oe HaoIay.Uc.T-
":- final accounts and vouchers as Executorof Now P. M. FISHER. examined it if.it Is not all we represent -
f' :' the Estate of Samuel Moore late oi is the time for Bargains. return it to us at our expense. Consult FOR SALE !

-.. said county deceased and ask for .a final J' -THE BIST IS CHIAPEST." for your circulars interests and and order at once,or send A desirable cottage, house and lot .inTitusville ;.'. .
discharge as such Executor. : THRESHERS testimonials.
.-T": PrasEas D. WESSON, Executor FMC for yourself $ er ra Address CHARLES A.Wood & CO., also Blacksmith, wheel wright -:

:'. :March 29,1883., (48.6m) Call Id47 aadYelo.amNattmroATVkr(> '
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Enquire at the STAR office. 24 tft1.

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