The Florida star
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075901/00042
 Material Information
Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: April 5, 1883
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
notis - AKR0018
lccn - sn 96027111
System ID: UF00075901:00042
 Related Items
Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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' <., .. .h 'Attie.. Geaeril.A .I Madison has a subscription list started I No enterprise can be of more importance (Prom our xegnlar correspondent.)
ifjt; recular of.the dub. held telegram from Kenosha, Wis, to the for a$15,000 hoteL, \ to Florida than the Canal now being WASHCGTOX, D. C. Mar. 2-t, 1883
gm App&d at, the store Tinies-Union/says th Timothy O.HowePostmasterXfeneral Washington Philharmonic
; "ito.l; II1Ir eftI! Florida has built 25 miles of railroad pressed ,to completion, connecting the possesses
Jf )Of rc.1fonroodand Co., B. 11.'Ray wu died at that place at i Halifax and Indian Rivers and opening Society, which although not quite equalto
{5 a1rman for the evening in: the 2:20: o'clock on the evening of the 25th during past year. :by a few miles of cutting a continuous wa- some others, is yet respectable in pointof

;:" r r of";to,President, W. B.Moore.ttewooeedingB inst, He contracted a severe cold a week :I Key West will make large shipments I ter-way nearly 400 miles.It ability. 'Mr. Corcoran .has requested
.. of the previous meets ago at Green Bay,and returned to Keno- of pine-apples this season. will be as if another river were suddenly them ;to sing "Home, Sweet Home" at

?. ....;io then read by the secretary, and I sha. ,He was a native of the State of De Land claims one thousand population opened along the coast ready to the ceremonies over the'remains of John

'; '. wcL. A't'Oteof.t.baDb was .exten- Maine,having been born at Livermore within corporate. limits.. bear the products of the Southern part of Howard Payne in June. Mr. Corcoran
, :614,. to.G..W.Mackenzie for the interest in,February, 1816,and began his political The Capital city Tallahassee, has an- the State to all Northern points without bids fair to rival Peter Cooper' ,in years

......,.IWtM.. an honorary mem- .career when.29 years of age, having other hotel in contemplation. breaking bulk. I and vitality. He manages a great fortune

.JIer. been elected to the Maine Legislature in The steamer "Lake Dora" baa been, successfully As a pleasant trip from St. Augustine and innumerable public bequests with
.Dec committee on ByLaws thenmade 184 After,his removal to Wisconsin he launched at Tavares. it will be equal, if not surpass that of the !the same dearness' and vigor as if he were

;: '.-.d..I. report,. which, was unanimouslyPREAMBLE. was appointed one of the Circuit Judges The counties of Upper St. Johns, while as a matter of I 45 instead of 85. He is one of the most
:I .:-,,2' of that$tate. In 1861 _he was chosen gulf coast are proud business it must add enormously to the active of the Washington moument trus-
'r ..- .-' United State Senator, serving three full their fields,of green corn,waist high. value of the land all alongthe the Halifax tees,and attends every meeting of the

:; It fa particularly enjoined that the terms, being succeeded by Matt Carpenter. A week ago Bartow,organized a Methodist and Indian Rivers, and also very largely board. .He still takes some part in society -
: lV'. jJT Of this Bate Ball Club treat In the reorganization of the cabinet sunday school with 63 scholars. to the emigration to all points in that sec and says be wants to live to see a democratic -

: ,MC&.CIdIer.with ball courtesy and respect, after Garfidd's death, President Arthur It is said that there is not a marriageable tion. The sea coast is healthy at all seasons President. He and Senator Beck
rtpOer it be in or in field;and that tendered Howe the portfolio of Postmas young lady in the city of Tampa. of the year, while the sea breeze is are great friends. A daughter of Senator

'iQ&eoMioiuand play, be conductedW5fceandorandingoodspiritand ter-General. Hon. P. W. White has been appointed cool and delightful. A large amount of Beck married Mr. Cbrcoran's nephew,and

that Another .let"New Steamer. Commissioner of Land and immigration.A freight which now finds its way to other died of scarlet fever four weeks after her

"vt may o each 'and every one work From the TImes Union. dredge boat is removing rocks from points,will come to us from the other end marriage. Mr. Corcoran is the most ardent -

:MB&T for.the good of,the :whole. A large new steamer know being builtat the river at Tampa some of which weighsix of the Canal, and this will be a convenient consistent, rock-ribbed Jeflersonian
juAnot THX 0DIAV MVEE ATHLETES Cincinnati for this river by Captains tons. point of departure for Cuba and Democrat that can be imagined, and the

.umuL: Harben and Woods and will be completed miles and of the Jacksonville eventually the main part of the travel to great fraud of 1877 affected both his health
;Salt The name of this dub shall be in about thirty days. Captains Has Twenty and St. Augustine over Railroad is com- Havana will go by that route. The and spirits seriously. He lives in a. fine \
; 'ffc ladian River Athletes. ben and Woods were in the dty yesterdayand earliest visitor of another season will find substantial old house, directly opposite
?"J '.gee. 1 The' office this Club shall arrangements were made to ran the pleted. the Canal open and steamers plying be- Lafayette Park and his garden enclosed
'ori* of 'a' t, Secretary and new steamer in connection with the Independent J.T.WonbrdofLakeEustis, for his tween St Augustine and Jupiter Inlet with high brick wall is the envy of half
Tanner(who shall be one person), Captaburftfe Line between this city and San first shipment of snap beans netted f&90 -St Augustine Pnm the town. Like Mr. Bancroft, he is a

two nines and the standing ford. They left for Cincinnati but evening per crate. ...,. flower fancier, and without having any
00P nittee of arrangements consisting of I and will bring the new steamer The last edition of the Penaacola Ad- The Whitewash used by the United fondness for the scentless and soulless

aTrio. round .soon as she is completed. The vance-Gazette reports sixty vessels in that States Light-House Department, is thus creations of the hot-house, he loves hardyout
iQ Bee lit shall be the duty of the Preri- new steamer will be about the size of the port loading.The compounded: "Slake half a bushel of door plants. One may gaze at a lit-

dent to preside at all meetings, pre el'- Fannie Dugan and finished very much Leesburg town council have taken quicklime with boiling water, keeping 5t tle Eden through Mr. Cbrcoran's iron

tiag older and decorum, and at the op- upon the same style but will have more immediate steps for the construction of covered during the process Strain it and gates.
'lion of the Trio give an order on the freight capacity with greater power and an artesian well. add a peck of salt, dissolved in warm wa- The festivities of the season that has

Treanrer for any and! all funda required. speed. .. Major Conant the Florida South- ter, three pounds of ground rice put into only just closed have proved too much to
Bee 4B shall be'the duty of the Secretary *.lel.Patal8ItooU.at> ern Railroad will says be completed to Lake boiling water and boiled'to a thin paste: not a few. The President is ailing and
and Treasury to keep a true and cor- Port Oraage. this half a pound of powdered Spanish whit the list of those who fell in the action
City summer.
red account of the proceedings of the Dayton*Journal Vth nit ing and a pound of clean glue, dissolvedin and in the hospital considerably in ex-
'a f..,pal all orders drawn on him Tuesday,afternoon about 2 o'dock' J. On the 20th ult. fire destroyed property warm water mix these well together, ce.of any previous experience. It includes
W. Mobly and L. L. with oth- to the amount of ten thousand
ty the, ,President, and preside at meetings Thompson eight or and let the mixture stand for several officials and privates, some of
ia the absence of the President. ers were playing cards in front of the dollars at Pensacola. days. Keep the wash thus prepared*in a whom are reported to ,be in serious

Sec.&Itshall be the duty of the Trio blacksmith shop at Port Orange.' ,They General Sebring'Le Conte pear trees, kettle or portable furntce, and when used state. It would not be right to include

to attend to.the grounds of the club buy were playing even up" and as reported: only several years old, in Bronaon, are put on as hot as possible, with either in the list Secretary Folger, whose illness
,'implements of play belonging to the I I by eye witnesses Thompson cheated; white with.blossoms. painters'or whitewash bruaha".lel. is serious, but not on account of too muchof
first nine in Mobly threw down his carda and said he the which will make the
dab and select everyatch I Alady of Madison is making arrangements things past
game: would stop playing unless Thompson I to engage in the experimenting of Patents.The season memorable and cause Arthur's
ABTICUB2.Bee. would stop cheating. Thompson threw silk culture this summer. following Patents were grantedto administration, in this particular, to
his cards in Moblys face with an oath. citizens of the Southern States dated
stand in
.'L No person can become a member A monster gar fish weighing thirty-sev history strong beyond any proceeding -
the The Utter drew a pocket knife and March 20, 1883. Reported expressly for It
of this club unless he baa attained en pounds was recently caught in the St. one. seems probable that Mr.
:age of fifteen years. i Thompson taking up a picket struck him Johns Hirer near Sanford. this paper by Louis Bagger A Co., Mechanical Folger is not likely long to continue as thefinancial
,v Sec J'Any person may be elected an across the neck and shoulders. After this Experts and Solicitors of Patents secretary. But for some things
"' honorary member by a majority vote of Mobly made overtures of peace and ex- Hawthorn before long will commence Washington, D. C. inhering in a peculiar manner with his

...the members at a regular meeting. tended his band to shake. Thompson shipping thousands of crates of vegetables Barr G. D. Greenville, S. C. Pepper position in the I administration, General
a -,'Sec 1 The initiation fee shall be one knocked his band down and struck again and thousands of melons. I cruet and mill. 274,255. Arthur would have been asked to select

dollar. with the picket. The other stabbed him. A$30,000 hotel is to be erected at Tampa -! Cathcart J L, Alexandria, Va. Steering his successor before now. No one regrets

;Sie:4. This dub shall assemble on the The blade of the knife was three and a The material for the building will :. mechanism for vessels. 274,172. the_apparent necessity for relinquishing

'fiat ,Tuesday in each month, unless half indies long and entered about an be purchased in Philadelphia. Cypert Jesse B, Waynesborough,Tenn. his position as'Folger does. Under some

ethenrte; ordered,'for the promotion of inch below the heart ranging downward i Madison clerks who are employed only Fire tightener. 274,179. other circumstances he would gladly

its object and the transaction of regular into the stomach. The wounded man in the winter season have gone to planting -I Danner A J, Botetourt Springs, Va. yield it His reasons are too purely personal '
briaaa_ whereca r ri e d to Geo. Johnson's house! water melons, and vegetables. Nut lock. 274,585. to be the property of the gossiping

I Sec& ,When a person is proposed for he died at &80 p. m. yesterday.Dr. .I A Grand ball wasgivenatTavaresonthe I Field B J, Leaksville N C. Dental public. But failing health and a broken

Li asBhoship,he shall only be received .Garrison was promptly called and remained I evening of the 26th ult in honor of a impression cup. 274,!99. spirit will master any man. There was a
with him until death came. Gartner J, Dallas Texas. Screw time. which was not long ,when Arthur
poo A two third majority vote of the visit of Governor Bloxham and lady. pro- ago,
The two were cousins, both young men pellor. 274,307. was J'8Idy-to state it mildly-to receive -
Spring Hill can boast of a single straw
: and yesterday morning the dying man Gholson W C. La Ga. Fence. He
8t&4L Every person upon becoming aariiairf berry plant of the Monarch variety that Grange Folger"s resignation. wants
forgave his assailant and gave him his 274,118. time however. Of late have
now things
this. club shall sign the bylawsaomkrm bad seventy-five perfect fruit stems on It. ,
nits roles, and pay the initiafeafe money advising him to make hit escape Gleason 8 B, Baltimore Md. Wire mat have been, proceeding' on,the idea that
which he did, leaving Port Orange before The St. Johns and Lake Eustia Bail-
of oae dollar., tress. 274,313. Folger.wonldstsyfora considerable timeif
flat 7.For disobedience the Captains be ins. formally, arrested, at 10.. m.. road is finished to Euitis and regular Groves S D, Sacremento Ky. Nut lock. not to,the end of his term. Folgertresignation
'I'her-were both from Tampa Fla. had trains will be running in a short time.
otden would interfere
through malice on a match game, 274,188. now with.
ajry member shall be subject to expulsionat been warm friends and comrades and at At Tallahassee distemper is prevailing Hare J It, Baltimore Md. Streetcar plans arranged on the presumption of no
the option of the club. work in this vicinity together for the among the horses, and hogs are being fare box. 274,319. change at present In fact the,Presidenthas

Tat finnnrfttflp on Arrangements re- past three weeks.. It is a terrible and un killed by an unknown disease very rap Holland J J, Bryan Texas. Combined of late settled .down to the idea of

farted tke grounds secured and that they fortunate affair giving us another lesson Idly.The corn and cotton planter. 274,195. keeping his Cabinet as it is, to go out with .
vooUkaresTsrything in order for play that either the laws against the use of Ocala BaMur-Laeon thinks that Holloway C T, Baltimore Md. Veloci it himself.

lot eszt Saturday, the 7th fo"*. deadly weapons' should be more vigorously the oranges shipped from Florida this pede. 274,126. Senator elect Sabin is in town and so !
kaotion it was ordered that the 'rek- enforced or the peace and security of winter have netted the growers four dot- KalfusS, Louisville Ky. Combined is Senator elect Manderson. Mr. Windom -

riafefc ban j d bate should be used only our society will be destroyed..,. bus a box. cooler and filter. 274,839. gave the first big dinner that he baa

oa..joan4i of the dab oi at A matchJvMwUkMothsr e. A State exchange says it thinks it will Kemble A, Monndsville W Va. Wagon had in his new house last week;it was not
The Tribme says
Tampa a new style of axle. 274,841.Landers given to,Senator Psi Congressman,
dab at another place. has been require fifty years to drain Lake Okee- ,
fishing inaugurated Tampa J T, Williamstown S C. Tool Crowley of New York is hanging around
->fane win be played oa next Satar- arrival' chobee and the Everglades with the'pro-
since the of Mr.
%afternoon at three o'clock, and illaiestiees Bay a Kitching, the posed cana1a. I holder.. 274,33LLeder the White House for an office. He ;not

are'urgently' requested to be agent for of the.the Jftna:JBtna Powder Powder b Co.ignited A cartridge and The Local editor of the Comtaenial at : G, Demapolis Ala.' Oil mat. particular, but would ,take.anything,he
: Neat of Ohio who
pumtat time 274,128. couJdget. Congressman ,
Pensacola recently presented his chief
thrown overboard, when it sinks to' the ;: Lewis 0 P Del Bio Texas Harrow.I likewise left the of November
'f A4jo ned to to regular the I got on ,
: nieeting, bottom and explodes stunning all theftahfor with a cane taken from the battlefield of
:1s4Tr etiy,in May, 1881St Fort Done1aoD. 274,847. I 8& Gronr'day,can't tear himself away
>.. W. Bit Chairman. some distance around and casing l Lewis.T E,.Vieksburg Miss. Shippingtag. from Washington, and proposes to lie on
them rise and float the The the denies that there is
to on surface of fey of yy '
FWis> 274,348. i his oars here for a Republican tidal wave.
1 ra Secretary:
., the water, when they are easily picked a cigarette factory in Key West and thaton
'. f 'let. Luther Jl C, Providence L Imita- The Blame's open the.doors of their
up,either by hand.or with ,a scoop net that account no cigarettes can be manufactured '
:JfeWlsooain Assembly has passed a tion stone for jewe1 r. 274,350. 60,000 house OB'Monday evenings to in
vliiaqdsbn A huge number have been caught in this there from cigar stumps. Port Kkhel La.
tramps the penitenti- Menge, DredgJ&g- vitedguesta. Mr.Blaine has been buying
;lit saraot less than six months nor more way recently., Bobert H. Nolan, a citizen of Pensaco bucket. 27 4'S8. pictures pail meL4. He bought them 'in

alii$7ssz&- Dr.J.BVBaJney, who lives ,near St. la has bad a windfall in the shape of Nelson 8 L, Saltfflo Miss. Churn. batches ,of twenty-fire or:thirty. It !.

Oats*Hudson b again running for Aaguadneis going to engage extendvdyin $186,000, which has been tied in the 274,869. said,the house inside looks like the Veneering

MajvoCChkago.Gren! the sfceep raising bum.... In. addItion I Chancery courts of Dublin for the last Soper W H, Baltimore Md. Carder mansion described by..DI.ty'"itia
SMk to a purchase of 400 head he has 900 I sixty-five years. ticket bolder. 274,400. brand new all over. Even the antiques
..; ,the famous fish breeder is
_,l..B1 at Bocheater, N.' Y. more to arrive shortly. He 'uses eighty I Florida baa 417 post offices. There are Terry N B,Pensacola Fla. Ffre.e cape are new, and Mr. Blaine is, thinking of

:; .ai lermoe in acres of.land. for penning, -purposes. none of them first class. Two of them are 274,410. having some old family portraits painted
I- every thing in The old sword that:was discovered in second class; nine are third class, and the Weems D G, Baltimore Md. Artificial and of buying 'an ,ancestral graveyard.A .
= Take the flowers, for irnfr ***.,. an old building at St. Augustine, while it balance are fourth class. There are only stone. 274, 37. man here who bought a fine ,old .house

"S2:2.. bumblebee off .their: platiJa! .not was being torn down last summer, has thirty-four, money order,offices...., .,... has. successfully carried .out a pleasing
.**i1Ia poeketkBife loafs around I been purchased by Mr. B.T. Van Deu- Messrs. Mitchell and Light- e", of Fort "A fraud in silks" is the startling headline idea. He went to Maryland, to the old

drawn. lIeD of Kalamazoo,Michigan. Mead, are just'finishing the planting out in an .exchange.. Ah I Went back homestead of the .family,and brought
i' jtoatwngth and health all found in did abe tWeak ..away some of the fine old wood carving.
A "and of an consisting of one hun on yon, ,
poet sings, I covered her orange grove of .
r ">*tie_,of Brows Iron up Thisbepnt Into.certain parts the old
"''!Mn : Bitten.Whenhe with the kiss I gave." Poor girl To be dred an4 ten.acres, and.ntend.-to dear muscles and'Denee,and sluggishness bouse.Which be had bought, and whichwas
lIa fsk like.a, hid from view by such.a.remarkablyopen morejand for a further extension of. the of thought Inactivity, cured by of the same date, and: the effect is
:;', :: p.., ld_ pakm a fly.ei I countenance. same grove. Brown's Iron Bitters. wonderfully good.: t AUGUST.'
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E GICOtR :...Iii. raaediier toward.his: uncle wasthe per- first,--anVwhenVou:/nnetertemembYeredI uCome to-morrow and I will tell look in the elbow of the pipe'" 'III(

A I met her, .he...this mad cold'; fection of respectful affection. and before was in the room J had,heard about all' you." With a cry Graham Arnold fea..

;:-,, She stooped,and trod with tottering-feet,..-, he had been an'hour'in 'rile count- Vogdes knew. You'remember there was Punctual to the appointed' time Potter less to the floor as Vogdes ...

'The; Thei'oicewasteLh.t bair...pay that once once vu gold' ,nreet.Tfcr ing-room Mr;'Markham's fearswere'entirelyjjonej : a note coming doe last Wednesday ?'l made: his appearance.' With dancing upon the stove. pot.hls A V'J .

hftadi.wen wrinkled and her eyes, J ". ,"To: Johnson ?." eyes and flushed cheeks.Maud met him. Mr. Markham turned to FredJ w.was
Robbed cMuhJfeht of joy.-. < "Well' ?" he asked certain from her : word *
'Were dim: I felt a sad svrprlse They were: -talking b'a certain dark- "Yes ; well I ,J thought at the time itwas no !spoken.rr m -
I had loved her wben boy. looks that she had good tidings. hand and each read'other's
eyed little'inaiden: who'was soon. to be curious, that your uncle gave bun a I : ba
tJ*' : succeed." ,
I I told I would
:But yet a'somethiar in Tker air' Min Tryon, and when Fred .left his check, when 'I knewythe. money erasdrawn you i eyes. .4:
Sectored tne Taniihed tim did ? Iluzza I feel 'ia$ Mr. Graham
> to
me rinds of the bank the day before to you : Arnoldspentsome
My ,heart grew,young.and teemed to- rTbe it was with a promise that ,he out *" I -..
brigbtneH of my youthful prime.',., would call in the evening upon Miss meet that very note. But I never' knew. young as Fred himself. I in jail PrPhis trial, and 'convitti i;_

.I.tobk her withered hand in mine- 'Clartaoh to arrange 'for the wedding- until this morning that the 'money was '4To whom I have telegraphed hr re- I before his !'entence.W'aS pronoutteci 1fr.
Its touch recalled ft fhort of joyI :
kined it with a reverent aigh. day. stolen from lie )larkl am's private desk turn. He will be here this evening, and and Mrs. Frederick Tryon weR OIII-

.For' I.had: ..loved. her J when a boy i' The young man,, a favorite of fortune by means of false keys. :Mr. Fred," you must bring lira Markham, Mr. ing the ocean on a wedding, todrtolg.

'"1 NEECI.NOT, HEAR."- apparently, spent the afternoon said the old man. earnestly, "it was all Vogdes* and the proper police authorities rope.Martin's. t
in five hundred dollar notes, alid your to meet in his room. Then Mn Potter i
JL* f":-";-iA xj-' -. with his betrothed* received his uncle in Way of Rulingrcious
I. need not !hear each nightwind loud : the evening beside her. and accompaniedthe uncle,had the numbers.*' go'to.lr. Arnold's room a'nd'remove Beasts.. :

I need Go moaning not lire acto down bleaches the wold akroud u old gentlenuiL:; to his boarding house, "Well ?" the pipe' of the stove at t elbow. 11

t)0 From:: bodies,;white and,cold., ?;. I receiving, ._ an. affectionate' farewell: when. ;'This morning W>gdes..brought back In, the joint :yon will find Mr. Mark- ..\ curious, history, and one that&e&

: Call not.O naked wailing fall,' :* I he took his cay to hb. room ,in another one of the notes which you gave; to T.- | ham's memorandum. book aril. the inicwIn many-glean of light! ,upon! the, ehaocfcr

.' O mans* unhappy race!. '. house. For a week lie heard nothing. of. yesterday in payment.for..aii, !,:irl lock i ::: notes." of beasts fn the mf'nagenek'is' '", 't d
One drifting leaflet tells me all: : '' You are sure ? i
the Henri
:i Tit all in one pale face '".' : : .IDLteQ-, \ : r 3artinthelion tame,'Rhode
*" in calico
,. It.was just wh summer twilight was top I Potter, let me, think. Where i "Listen. This morning, a !U years old, quietly! ,at his bolli,
The Girl Detective. fading that: 'returning\ : home froiu a i did I get that note ? 'I, have it. Arnold i dress, sun bonnet'and coarse shoes for ".unlln;.: his collections of hutterlL, yd,

y ''---; >, [ .', t .drive' _-J with :Maud. 'Clark* n. Fred. met, gave it tome to take ont a hundred ,I disguise, I 31'plit'for the place of his 1 N.Mks of botany.: '*' Martin\ V; acwing ,
; housewhorp '
chamber-maid at the boarding
't -A Pollc* Story.u;- ', his uncle's cuiliidentialclerk w"aitingfor i d lL'that I lent him some time age.' l to. his o\\nlettsrs:, >began'ta'culfr.> (

The door of Rufus Markham's counting I him at3laud's,hua: r. '>d' And Arnold-Potter Arnold borrowed M-. ArnoM? l luis a room. I brr.Ued |,I vate his: gift of 5l\ntrol,9\er: animaisia II

room 'was scarcely closed, 'I and ,tiie; I ",I.have a note ftir.yoUjJktr. Fred,". he, : my keys last Wednesday night to open my hair in two long; plaits, and convinced the days when he was'connected:via t

proprietor'Of the large, 1lourishtrtg'cot- said, .and* -...as r*you. 'were iutiat. home. Ithought l his.trunk. Potter,: huzzn-I we know your. landlady.that I,Was a recent circus, Ly' 'acquiring,, an extraorduaij

.ton factory talked earnestly with a gen- I would.. ". Wait for.you;, here.V: I the" thief:" t imi>ortatibn from 'Germany; unable to I o\\er: vover: horses, which :he, tiagh;

tlemanly-looking man -of middle .age, ;;i' :Something! in the,, noun! ; nian'sifuce. "Xot.so. f: $t, Mr. rt'lnot so fast. speak a word of English. She agreed every,trick knowitotle profosipnVanj i

whose'face was as impressive'as a'triast. wax ,struck- afsuddeu. dill" .to- iautl', ,heart. It will'not 'be an easy matter to prove to take me for one week on trial, and s ime of which. have. hanky been e13dlf

.- '/! :. .' "You have,bad news,",she,juried.: this. Were there any witnesses present before I had been two ,hours 'inr the :I paralleletl., From this he.went to too'ing
,* "Peila1 JIr. Fred had. '\+heti mold borrowed the' ?'' house I was sent to,tidy Mr. Arnold's Sod : -
..t'Five"thousand dollars !P* said 'the ,.: / l! better fad keys wild lieasts: ",_ soon after bt

individual:. ***ft was 'a'large snm'to, l ePUFe,"* was the evasive, .answer. t .'\.. ; I was alone in my room, half room. Never; 1l.i.a, .room tidied, t-o Parted.bu ute as: part, *,prop;oh.

l leave exposed." .J5. ,. ** .* 7l .but'Maud'sterror waionly.increased, ; undressed,when he knocked, .. my. door quickly; and seeing uiy mistress. oa her menagerie he haul labored eightp. ; tbs
to market I shot bolt.and '
! -"Exposed !1';said Mr. Markham.l. ult, when ,Fred, after reading the note* and ;siid. tie had lost the .key of .his I way the in training irnyal-tiger: : and hid t th

> was in my'private desk to which'no oil broke into a furious. exclamation- ... of. trunk. I*lent him my bunch of. keys, tookj! ; a survey of ,the premises.. Thetnnkl :I : spnttt4 l hyena: JU> pick! up,hip, !

. had access: "but myself and' nr"neplieT,1 i .age. ....... which he returned before I was out 9cfbed ; wts.docked% fche bureau drawers He uas..never.seen.wifh. a whiD1 his

; .Fred,T1'01l..sa- J* **-li l'M .! Whftdareto.riy.tliat I am a.:unit: the.tie'.tt: dare '" .wide open, the closetajar.. I ,felt'reluctance a i I hand ;but he crossed his.'arms ands!

E ,.. Wou1 it? bePobleior'tIie'1b tSg' 'ght burglar J :l''ilt !. ,...r "And you were t"llon, when,"he ,tgoverluiul, his, ,private! : de- i Ills au4mtatfls..th ., word: of, command to

gentleman )1 J : .. O,.Fred,wliat is it ?" asketl Maud, paid you the money?" p( &itorie ,;! )ltgh I: should ,have.,done i leap; > on and off'i his V shoulders-' .* -X"i, and lie

; 'av'Sir;*said.fir.':bfarkiiaih,'indignantly 'turning very whiteikJIy -. ',> :.." Yes: thought he was very tfu li-, it," she added,,.resolutely, "if I. had : considered his i method'uulmt 15 superior

*'my nephew is not a thief. If he uncle has been robbed :'-'of tine for l>u"know as well as I do,' Potter, been driven to it.; I rummaged a little : to that f. the.trainew'who sp, t2iropdt

!e needed:ten timeS'that sinn he knots I thousand dollarS; and I he pays me the that a note for Iihundl'l'l dollars i* when pn the closetfl oor' ,I espied a shirt, their: biwiness-chieflyl. y, the.' tejrwism

would,lreelygiveit1tohrm.- will compliment of supposing to' be the not a lluly"i..itor in Arnold's pocket.*' apparently scarcely soiled except .one of a. |ieavy whip ami..revolver ,nil.

r be my heir, and: 'hefe'as dear M me'as a thief liecause-Ihavea >duplicate key this .i "lie is a cunning scoundrel lie sleeve I ndl'r'edV1ltt, and thaUwas: black' with soot. I I beists'6hey! : : them, butlievitd, ... !. l hev.are..
'he'would be
f. son -It is simply absurd to twnntct him private desk?' 'I-great"heaverw !'' wants to ascertain if,, the notes'ean lie w doingat : I not tamnl"as mine were) and,when Dne

r in any warywith this robbery...* R.. he cried, with a sudden change! in his .identified before, he ,tries to get rid of the fireplace In Summer', and \\t.'Iltto'exrinine. i of them rebels you can judge: the.'tragic
f. 'miiiutciJ" sufficed ;
r f'Just" ,state:this matter Agam as ,voice, 'i he cannot me.an. It.I. rob m}', them h J11S'lf. 3Ir.Fred, will yrouleave A : result from the tragical ;end"qt).ucas.1
awl..l1owb ake uncle 'I- ." z* ,i it .to convince me "thaat'the... 'store hadferen'movetl :
briefly as you cans .to' to me a fewdajs -only,I a /ew da) One clay Martin toil his: wjfejtaklanticipated he-

notes ; will you,'MriMatkhani?" :'" f: tit:.Fraler.said the clerk respect- and if I dot':. t catch.; the, thief .you, ,' maytry1' out and Ihe elbow of ('the trouble with. his. lean Cio

Certainly: ''.I, drew ?five ntiousahddollars fuUyj-*.*,! onlywaited to >ee how 'you: : : '. ." =pipe removed. I repeated the process bourg, who .\:was then._in, a can nras
.outrof the bant'yesterday 1 to1 .tooktlie.oote to'speak few wtrtls.of .'Biit'niy uncle?*'' '"' to'find a roll of' five hundred-dollar'+ state of excitement.. She laggedlim:

meet a note that was presented' for advice. .Mr.nFred, I was'whh your, Wait till you can prove jour Innocence notes and a small note book, .with .the: i r,to put >.trthe. iierformance. but'he]said;ti :
payment: 'Hetaining.it until'after the' father when he was"killed: on a railway,' Ttefore'you. see'tun Ji. "' Only a week. name of Rufu. on the, first "Xb : far if 1 should do it once' .I should.... .

bank..ts dosed,!I concluded to lock it train ; I was vcith{your uncle l when he .-give me. only a'" week to" eatcli' Arnold.L ixige. I carefully'' .replaced"everything'g: have to do it every, time* the animals i** ,

in my desk:until this morning,''and did brought you from'your mother's funeral And by the way, you will give me ana and came hoine. ,XowMr.' Potter, .lie have caprices." The next, night his

so. Ab nihe..o'etock-this"morning; the to his.horned .I t6 ,k'._till' to' bnardingfecbooVand lditu>iial chance yon will le-.tve Uie may,say.Fred. put the notes,there. forelKxliugs! :were:.fulfilled. InsteadjOf.

expected note was presented;'anil.1 x Ym= brought-)'uu'tinme. for the city. TIlrow'lJ.im'off'hls'guanl"bv: ,lot "Yo J are a,, ln ave IshtH': crieiljtilie.ofd performing' his part properly.Cohouijt

locked the desk., :;The money was gone?, holidays and. :I've'loveil'yot boy :and ting him supper yin are ha ,tShe'c.t''far \ man. ,looking: with axljuinitiou.at, crouched low and dug;his talons iittQte

'aad wilh.it-a S n211!!memorandum'.*
that was in.the small rolhA;, il-j-! '* that's twelve long sewn. 'F'know you i ,,"Buttaway.like.1 icoward !" fuu-11eJ I you.iuore than his life" :t had no'weaiKju: at.jCpnimand, e rept a.dagger

"The'lock-was not;ibrceri5 never,1 never took 'the mbneV. ; but ,, l in .t
*, FrwL "- ,f. 4Oul.fura : 'Ile.canrepayineby cumin :tult ll. his-belt-"I. have, nit never
t'No,sir 5 the desk was iWareuUy'tX.' fthings look.. verjugly'for, you.*' '*' '- weekYou see, the pro- me the good news..wht>n he i is clear."; 'a whip." Instead'ot obeying orders $the

actIy as I.left t.'J ., >*TJut,"said Fred,'grasping hard the, babilitvisthaL.Anioldlias. the! money Eight1,was, struck by tap city drek.ohen ; lion leaped at, Martin_ ,,.and a combat

i'ADd.-Mc Trior.[has the only jdnpli-; hand the old deck held ,'out 'to him'; "I iiihisptwsesskm.yet. hUe "will,wait to[ ",- )[r.Graham Arnold, dressed in gccurredn tLe{ course "o(which J; theJfcafookjMartui

cate'key:?\'J I< ',.,,,li'i r .? ..' cann..t.underStand. it. 'Listen."' 'An-
'The old gentleman frowned. He':was he read aloud the note trout hisUlcJe : ,Havana between ,his strolled leisurely him in"the'air.Martin .
.. putting any;; !Wore into cir u1a- lips: f
: '
evidently displeased It the turn the'de ":YIi. FREDERICK ,TitvosI CQuldnot tion ; but he has lurobably linden it very into his: own room. \oM. .
: truck the animal,.overbthe!
tective's, suSpicions'seemed..to'be'. .tak believe, without pr undeniable, becurelj-) .He will watch? but if yoiWilling" He had been':ln the parlor of his '
ing.: dL! hu;. I IfJ '_ ;o i.r ..., : positive proof-that you could rob me are I will tak"your i whileyou boardin nose fCr-apeeond time, anft then,feeling
rook -bouse"for -an hour watching '
of five thousand'dollars taken, as I his strengtlr-exhausted) hinvwllnp
you ; :gave:
;If "Yes; my1"nephew't certainly J had the are gone, and; ta'littly defective Mr. Potter with
-"' '.. uMrt* know, from 'my private desk on Wednesday I- ; some anxiety, but for lost, and tturiedhis back tattle
t only dnplieate keyal' : last. You are my.suter'sso U, business on my partIt .'*' ; wholly wlware-of the little 'party of I beast, so that at the

"Hump'hTes.. 'Hayou"<< "'thV numbers .. ,and I'll never be the one to', uilrisi'n or was not' easy to irsuade Fred to four who, in 3Ir. Potter's"temporary : next spring might
.. the back and
i : of his neck. so
f! of all the notes.*! l punish you J" but you are iio' longernephew a -
consentto' Potter's plan but :Maud'pertatiaaiotts s' apartment awaited his
: '*'' esrnirhetonconstgtetriof' .teh' of mine. Willingly, I will return1 to hisown .'!maka'an end of the busuiesa.''''l.t'Bw;
five '
beftig added to the old man'sh
"'1 ,q .1. .u peer look you in the face a, ain.* Your room. if' [ two seconds passed=two''seconds thatseemed
hux dyed dollar notes. @,finally consented to leave the '
ill-gotten gains I city
give jon ty \ Once inside'tiie door the nonchalant to me sin, I 'turned
The'list'o'Cnumliers' being 'takeJr!ih e 'start in some business,tru:'ting that you for >aweek and return in that time to look left the' handsome face'
of the. around. The lion's .
mood had changed.He
will 'endeavor 'to' live hon tiv in the vindicate
detE'cthmdd :a'searching'exaniinalion his own innocence 'in '
case 'bfPotter's
;future.* IX young man and he muttered fiercely:4'"I"must looked at I the he lookedat
_i'H.i.l..A not try to see me ; I wile audience ;
of tire nt: and pre"paic tl fo'tak : fail {e. / >
'. not listen to any explanations know to get out of'th.s. Potter'suspects'me me. I gave the sign to go.." lie rantaway
!, his depaifune: As' he' tnt'( neJr 'fh C be false. J>o not writer for! : I will not Before night Fred was on his way to '
door3fr?:' tir kha6sud4eulynskia. nervously open your letters.. 1 visit another city, and hw landlady haagreed d' and' may' -yet communicate i his; jus if nothing had happened.*
"fihink 'Mr. '.ne'r "RcFt $'3itrittui i. to allow Mr. Potter suspicions. to )(r. ilarkliam. I will It was .fourteen- weeks before Martin
; S'iigaieif ; to
; !
\ you
: occupy bas
; off lain |. could, perform lion
tonighthas '.but the
make 'any i '(liscoveriels'you' had' harts Maud Clarkson' grew1'white1 (leathas hisplicr during Ids alienee:; ,, .f as.' the house i 'again, ,,then
: she heard the stern edict.: Fred' 'quiet." worked aa well as usual, and continued
gJ had been
report to me privately before 'inaMti gone two, days when
.. '
'., .. -.. J .* .'0 *' : !' He olrened'a small to do so for four yearn" without anymore
any arrests', 511 3ft" '*' Fred, she cried, l'wlmt' can tjie'old clerk' called Mi_)HMiss. ciarkJ: n ,traveling satchelan .
'UC.L .' ,... ::11. .YOU do ?"' -i"Stane. to rei>ort progress. he !spoke, 'and vity .rapidly filling! t caprices. In taming one of his

.;; certatgly, ,sir, if sop desire it. Will r with ne >ssanfj for'ijviouniey-fc.wlipn ii ,.tigers, !.Martin ,began by .;taking thebrute's
favor J ... ilsu) youjjrdnjt Ui .?, ski iiitiouJbIe tl.uen. to :* th
; tl9ne : \ ** t do '" fth' IMiiides'tl ,was.uiterruutejl by a.kuwk.at the door, attention off the door 'of e
\hr, as not htlrlrtuk> ltu=' : to You see ,
rjbWrj-touMr" ..: .ryua. if Zu u 't : ,,,cage, ami,.thetiii; armed with] : ,
] dagger
out done already." ., the ,ill- utteu gain .lin..su.'yenenii'ypresents i :Arnold'Tntcrivit me acid e\&Ilti: ); ,J.i !'Ct s TosBins the-satchel into the t-Iosetr h >
haN so \ r"Xg ''' cried rapidly unto late?' and Stood
( lit"I'\nlr.lOt nie, He is &! 'Ctupe.jn.'i .
me. ask'u i affecrioiiately' desirous! of '.t' ';I 'o: ; 01.
: f, it ;bat, ywtseif,7T r-' [I looking at ,the tiger .whieh for.a Jliu
to stare: +citl4 mar Maud., You ;wefebe'irothed i keeping; me in sight; that I dmiol'J getx a But htsfaceturnrid livid as hh call wasobeyed ;
4i4 k' d"r! 4. minuteJlay: -at.bim.TIwn .
C motionless
tittt I;
to" the 'hiillionaire's into his room: and whenever he ,, and of ;
peep party
nephe ; ; is a live entered the:
4\/ry good J.. Jt will,call 1 again when
I i' |*and, heir. ; the disinberitiid. "tegg;l ,tic? Out he locks the' 'ddoriind gives th'e'key room* -, ... > "u i feeling; a shiver.-fand knowta?
luyeuny ouike. .
;report tp "
.;' you from voile hroitu .4' ,1 tu the tu tllav.. 'c, I tWtiot force the door, Two i*>h'cemen station ''thenv elves thatif. the tiger : awit fall wahld bean
..Fred.. .._ .l...}:,1 ted z_ .:Ut.E'1&iua i r ain : ll')0 over with hirn hwfiitttrgaiin.iatRth E
a troubled,toi>e-whet rte was.alone.Vogdje .,,:I .j-.v-fO ,4' she .cried; &bursting-Jiito no.tears" jet, and by the time Fred'returns' \' am ou' Ub, right and left, while*>Mr.- Mark caKe-audtlrjs 1 tlmei there half
." ( j low call'ou l-eso cruel j# afraid the nniuey 'Will'. l e. 'sanujrglHlaway > loam. -Mr. Potter and 'FmtTryon followed ( stayed
.ni en.U'Ji: it;; FreiL; ..1 1 ; ( .' hour. A third lJ16be govern tlietl yet
jbeL. f Then, unlacing .the! clerk who was L Le I-amsune.the. money is hi liisposct them."Now.Mr..- '. v ?
.. cannot .( li 4.*. iinyw >U l.tlHit ,lIly : a visit of threegttarters "or hour.'
diutietly; ] louliu? trout iiidmshe ; Atti uuw- he is 'ro :careful 'about : 'SJi
tiephe}+I ';!ulatu4t rI.,, uwtpL ,the \.\ Potter, *ild'one hf the The. fourtU time the' ''trVriiWiD
\ ttse ; } ?
.. his
4 cuneclusrtol'rgtsside: HHJUU Xobody gets'in-therebut theliuillady. "
lieve.it, ,, rld.y'kttle.4nrt! the nioney, Uarl- policemen, with'thVface anct'voice i t)fat first who
: I. lay "+cn'1>efiirethrpignrr
\' \\ thqy.l! I +as Jl ere, c1ie ltI.Jpu link'slie: si1a: liring; i lase:large Lla k ; I ,did. \hink [of bribing tiie t detective Vogdes.'will ybii tell t lis 'in'-.(Ti tame *MarKawrappwl
braved ,
a hyena
Arnold the;i cltet:k, and;hero K heu. h ,|,eyes ,up!)n his face,:."jf ay tlitQrlcl: chum.berui.iiil. to, !rt me in'Mlien she ,was whereto find thow missing notes'; ?" his legs and arms with cords

reliuriied, withthentuiiey:: ,, ; Jle kite'Ar I,believes i you.i guilty, I do not. If all teorW De at,' ,work there, ,bat unfortunately sheJt'ftitntl.Ly.:4 "What nottcried.. ;. Arnold."What and'.-piutectedtiis head .with 'a handkerchief

o that..Johnson's iipte,w: s:not pivoenttd, ,, cl,:; ,:;&I."tlU# off', I \\lkte' }> u ,.vptvuiise : : does. this' outrage mean' {'" : alaI ti.t'ualkiuf.t iiitaibVca
A Hash! of ;
light seeine l to across .
andF luuel 1 past 't' '
a dupliqaUvkey .
O, i I
It ineat ; went intal.an
Mantis > Mr. et straight tothe; :
if jt should, ., ,benm! ;,boy that Ian The young Iqwr had been bewiKIered, tll'Pt but she ()nl.r'ud, .demurely your plan to throw the robberof, "ta, offered it his, forearm. The hyena bit
: ,3IMarkttaut'sprivafedesl .
promised U- ) ,:e.,'t,111Y..sou., Uavel; !indignant, des-jierate, but he folded the I .' i it, and the.tatter Its
looking steadily)
Y 'lladb } !
oUf lan : his
Uernian is bhe. u1111n nephew .
not kept promise? Where lave' gentle comforter fast in ,
my I. arms, and .. strnni nextda
has failed. eyes, ,moti nless.(
nut ? It means that the five > Tytd .
failed! ?. .:And, why should he steal from f great tears fell on her upturned face thousand he'related" the
I dollars stolen (rnhe' experimentxsubstjtutii, !
Yes English
when all (have is lets? I I,fl.'f God bless Maud !" : )is verjiruirfect.. gentleman
me : cannot, you he cried, a leg for arm"all >
in an the
will not believe iU' I3)iaydcome ,''1 can defy the world if you are true to U''l"'OU ever seen. her?; *' ,,I arena your: possession,.except black, : timealbrtin!
: only one hole given to Mr. 'pupils were flashing'intp gKv
.. "Xo ; I have heard; Fred >eak of Tryon in payment
Xow sl
,,iuVn asked'a pleasant me. :Potter sit down and fell her. My mother you know was of debt.'' eyes of .the h ena. The beast dace up,
voice at the door and i me what you know of this wretched ,. Ger '
permission being '
man." 'It's a lie !" cried the prisoner cringed and smelled the feet of the mas-
given Fred Tryoa entered the room. T business. ; but ter." -)-Martra tamed byh&
,, this his subjects
nut what has that tocoaitb' white face:
: Fred'scase faltering! voice
Looking into his handfloSme younglf ace,,j. "f.dl. Mr., Fred I never heard oft ?" .' I shaking limbs were no and personal influence alone; and CnarlesXodler
proof of inno-
bright and' frank, w.th well-opened,, the robbery myself until this morning "I will tell you. Vogdes has tried to cence. "Search my trunks search once said of him : "At the head

brown eyes and curls of nut-brown hair, when Vogdes the detective your uncle I j I catch the thief, and failed. I mean to everything I have !" ; I of an army Martin might have been a

it was bard to connect it with any idea employed to work it up, came to make try, and succeed." Bonaparte. Chance has made a man of
"Xo "
Mr. Potter.
genius a director of a menagerie."




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f -THE. -StllyMl;IHOURS.... to Cha1otiei 111x; Jon, 6 tnmst- li 'A-eas.,(J' -=t 1J ;, 1fflS' ,? I the- f-.ffi4. ikc tuby satin f 1 my';darlng-,-little;--Rije JJ'U-- -v9tla-,
plantes-mamma, arvl Jour fd 1 rt u .T iP
; : fflVe10tUt flushes surging in andr,0utrpn ire eve ve .anl klressed his yes ?" II J
only i thei: ,UDD.t.Od o1 on the so-aj< mfortablf : cheeks,'ilier tlov ly>r dusky: eyeful'of D&J'k'tbe': F. h ."l.fu I And--- it -
latre'M' l although: was sudden
bereed very ,
... '&lid seetithejranemg'bays dash
dprj'eothltiqUx :
Jowers. r mingled apprehension. andL'eagerness, 'J
ellDe.t Wfllwhait ilia! l /"lf fir t ,ibe" i- 11 andj alti'gh unheard of in the. annal,
:Notm7ightdresr. i L!.:.: ) I is -M.rs*! she Kent in,'bo wing to.. the:tall,..aristocratic -. dormgraml.styfe; oI'eyeryAiay '
'R from sgcldeas q t. :t'" rougb Rosamond coulo'fneveV' WJaert a )eama faU. } .... ; i j *geifJemnrf, who<< looked undeniably ,:: : -, 1 theless a blessed thing for them bathe
:.b the brigbt'moment4 y..., : whether ItiSf dined imrftfie/kitdteo, *'1'ey'8' ted all. ., tkitclted'ffi.thedining-room? Aslyhow loveliness Clyde's' houlder.; what'a
'> girlish and girlish dignitjvtv. Ybhp; j "knowing Ihatrnef sfsbr'iviS f liot'sircu*
;Yl lei tritioimt ."ft'Oi'' t.,'' "t"I. weel make just the very..best. of it":won't t s'we 441 am'come in- answer to your advertisement tiny little thing i ;she 'Is 'Sot: .us' tall as.. t| anieniiliafter'all.iii: 'hi&"hiusehohY'at'Cllalolier :
a : .t :
1I00r "
berI,-.ego ;tf ':' .', .' ? .. "viV ; U" yi sir" she said, quietly, her you Miss, Elton." lf *, ,j i Hall. .

,,1 ndMod.rouldof.Wis a first ,."..'. ,. it/ajijthat dearyFar': He m t10noo"her' to chair; a little, chair,, before the glowing' grate there-a beautiful. happy home, and
"di "- "'"o i whisper. love kw-- I that't.her mother' an invalid,#nd there i .kindly smile" .in' his"handsome brown holding.. .screen. before her. fair, Lice, j her nin.talo"es her as well almost'as
bunt. me'"etill"; .,1' I' "was no.rfft>ney7/5oriuttg,!:lnt'except': what, ; i"Can n 1 charmingly: dressed in unobtrusive he does Viva. '
F tf.1' .- I"J :1nliet"9 litt'tl1em out of her getleroussalary. .eye, ;. hsilk and -
'eYe1ywh rt' .: black ..dainty. creamy lace frills '
.. ltoofewf1.. ';S'.f l it be possible,you:want: ,&'situation = ? WhileViva, so bright. and happy,
1 J i'.. ... ,i at.Jieck.. and \\ribt. -such a sweet, thankful ;
:'JIa..ft 1eaSU9oO tt adOU'lg.? ... re I I I k "We" shalL.haTE to -do sonesthing+,, ashousekeeper,?; Why" you area.I ,. gr.1c ou'biunto, welcome, the widowed 1 and whole ;,declares" he married. the.
Ot family to get a hoiisekeejW.
"foist the glad heart covers. i 1ItI.n11J1tI" Viva had said that morning-| child yourself. 1 father, of l her. three charges ;. and Juliet ---
y1|B mona dark hoursMrJcbatonei's ;.; f ;: as 'she,"bustled.,:about;. tidying':' ?\,' the*!| >* 1 am not so very; j-ouugt sir. I'am Elton 'had' made "up her mind that Material *
the .
sunny 1 1TbeiiaLmarL Apparitions.
Oaf d room.'* It's not.fair for i s-4n-io:: be,*::over eighteen ; ,and thoroughly understand Hubert Chaloner should never miss -" ,,- ..,. .j

,, L jn 1': I. = .s. ,r Uvtog'onY'Juiifit.. *Sh4wiH'.be.wanting.J JI I. the duties.required of a housekeeper that,'5 welcome,until! ) lt, .came, when Envelopes were first,used in 1S;;...: .

and-and, indeed. .., I. do"ery' both welcome Ana-sthesia was discovered,in 1844.
Housekeeper*!I 1 ',the: and. .the.welcomer. ,
t!. -. .1. -:" ', 'j a I ; : 1 'much want the position, for we are should be indispensable to .him for the The first steel pen was-made in "-lrt:J x'
aat .
Xilwinter,>; and bright seasonable : poor, and. mamma is an i invalid. AndI rest . first ii.pump'wa.q made in 16..I.
; ; 'help it''but' it Just';"galls me a: little'to 1-' am used' to work', indeed;sir.:" ?" she returned pleasantly., The first lucifer\ match was made- iu170S.
shining-'sharp : '
'" '
;; : be so beholden "I Therefor ,Yrs. Laurence Used to work l Sir. Cttalonereyesi ,:"Madge, dear,,you are straining your : ;

troitY.ail.and a --sparkling blue sky-amoCTttfmake Elton, by-your royal permission: i ; I: i,'wandered.over.the graceful little'figure! eyes. so-far from the fight. Clyde,".turn i. ''Mohammed was born at Mecca about

: \one feel, their blood, shall:look fQr a'position"' where11 can' the pure, girlish face, so dignified'yet' ,so up, the,gas ,will you t'. .., 570.The
tow j fo>idy'in'their veins,. and their. learn my own money, and- help to take_ entreating. And, just as the },bright ilamewas J fti-st iron steamship was built iri.
eyes 0wr-with exercise in the open air.: care of my blessed little mother.." But, my de'J.r.childj.it'does not seem turned brilliantly on,. Mr. ,Chalbner. 1830. ;::1 '

jtfSetnton,'in a warm sacque and.adahtF1bfue Mrs.: 'Elton smiled in( Viva's saucy. !:possible that you could order a large entered the room.. ( The first balloon. .ascent was'made'in

[zephyr: fascinator.'tieiJ/oTeJv; ( face, a grave, .loving little s nile.- household. True: .there would be nomenial' ; "I have brought m>; new housekeeper. 1798.. .' 1J' e

her.:goUffihair, her little.bluemittenedbands "Xo mother ever had, such dear children labor, but, with a family. of tenservants I to see you Miss Elton ,,.' he said., .- Coaches were.first, used irt England in

ttrn*:in her acque pockets, ,ran as L," she said, her pale, lips tremb ''the resident governess for my 'For one little instant Juliet's heart, l$6tt: I',

darn the:steps of the' entrance at ling. lr"you' feel that: ;way; dear;, it< three children, myself' and almost con- throbbed at what' the thought. as pe- 'The first steel-plate was"discovered in

Toner) Hall-off'for.
ntes' constitutional before Nettling down {,Of"course fit'; right,";she returned? that the position is no sinecure." part. Her lips parted in a.condescending The first horse-railroad was built in

;to the.defies'of the day, for pretty,little gaily1.. '"'And_I'ant aH ready;,to start on "I; know it, '.sir," and the brave, 'I yet gracious smile, its sliehalf. arose 18-2K-27. ;' ,
; governess tQ .a' of dark eyes lifted to his ; but. I think I 'arrived ':
Juliet;if rlsldent the three tour discovery this morning. While as some duchess might do. The Franciscans. in England

litfleChalonerB, at a salary of fire:.hundred.doDars'iyear. you werejdoziiigAl'rJui.. o,.iFlincf, bought could manage. We used to be rich, sir, And Viva removed her blue veil,. and in 1224: '. > ''
.; 1' \ .' a'herald} and I've cut out this" 'a'dver- and mamma was always: delicate, and smiled as she extended her hand. The' tirst :steamboat plied.the n udson
'* ': standing j at'hfchlibraryvtodow.: \ tisement {Jtliat.fcuita! ; met and that ;JI' my sister. was,. very .7 gay, so. that" '. I reallywas "Y u are surprised, sister Juliet. ?". in 1807. \ *' '

oveiuaited and batted;'in readinefifor' might suit Two are for governesses-- giver. charge of'eIJ.thiDg, and While such a change swept over Ju- The entire Hebrew Bible. w printed
the'.sleigh'tO or't .1-.r.rnriotiie. 1 > ,13; ';!'train, day governesses-for 'I'd not leave you mamma's l housekeeper"f aught me many' liet's ,face such shame and bewilderment ..' in 1488.. ..". ,. .' 7 "'" .

city bound,Mr. IYubertChalonerloQked.at 'alonej at J night, inamipR.Two: are for things. I'I? feel sure I cite suit, you, ,'and con.stenuitiou, and 'fury.. Ships 'were first 4tcopier-bottomed":

the rapidly retreating figure'.sleii" salesladies. and the, last mamma: what sir, if, only I.mi'jht. (n'. .," I "W'h)', Viva Elton in 178.X '., '.''1r 'II' .

tide"aiidtgracetul: ;* ..f' do you think?" -.I lie smiled so kindh'. And Mr. Chaloner: deeply engrossed, Gold, 'wits. first 'dlscorvered' iii CalifoiS-

1.f! .: Jlubei{: C lialouertlirtj';ei liti", J') She+ booked tia tnischieconsly
owner*ef Ghaloner- Hall the father of mother; but '3r s:t EIton's"glan had ib eh 1 t,y rwel1;their As'to the sa'hiiy; '. : .*
three lirUe tpnneutswhp iriil. touching and < sweetness and Juliet's well-bred land in 1008': -
,J rage.
*ji+ .i <* ?[ >' \trill ; Does
trusted, w jEss .Llton. ,'s..careWa.i a tf'l1der. t1t-1'ii-tu: ci'viol' it .be. forty. 'dollars.. : i''r':v month., "I dar yoti'wlll want to see each Christianity was' introduce. >*! into .Japan -
-' "
graceful gentlematily'Man. dressed in "31s-'little ;girl i somehow! : it seems to I I that' suit you? JT.lJ'lier'e'es. '. I','" other" he said' kindly. "Miss 'Juliet, in 15-9. :t I '
perft#'tsastei''' nd1de< idedlfg Od looK- hurt me'to'thmk ()f''our' going out into j The t rs'ru.h{( *' if'you will show your sister to herroomthe The first watches*" were. made at' Nur-

,mf *: jthJj:. 'clo 4,*cut' 'brown.hair,his the. t woflo( 'll tlIfV t*TtAisirre> qt)1'1 ..;'.Suit.. inpu; \; sir, t feel. ich'l.-. housekeei>er's'mom=please" emburg In 1477. '' .'. / : ." ,

r'pak.akin.. ajad bonnyblne e'es--a best ?" ,I ady 1 What trill' uiamuui say ?" 1- 'And once inside of the"uhousekeepI First saw-maker's an rlJ brought;; to
face'i Ionian'would t'instinctively- 1 Of d t 141 st : and if He smiled at her girlish delight.! {: er's Anterica'in'lyl9.hl ;' :1
'; ; .. ;. Best\ 9oif jit; 1 f I .' r I i room"-:such a cosy, bonny'suit of .
ViV \ .o. -- t',facoil'y -. ,1.. ,,/" *. "" [ii i ..wasn't, tliat>,.J. ani: afraid it wouldofend' : I am: _afraid! she will.say her dauglr I I I three rooms, sittingM-oom,' bedroomj First almanne'printed' by r."OOf'.Ff"'Ytn
ow> kta dooled i after 1IJ't'tt'gold ltbaind .mortally : tujH.Tliilnt Iaa1: ? fir ly'' ter -has underUiken'" ,:i great' respousibOity I j j I and 'hatlMuomJunet poured 'all the Furbach.'h>'14CO. '1 u'" "'.4 '':

/ lk-a.4'he.i.'stoodrthonghtfullV 'proud and unreasonably..ttnAIinaI'4prefer '*' he( blilj." frankly."Wen,"I. 'will, I I;! vials of her-ije' oil Viva's head. -" : 'Tlie nrst1' e\'spaPet; 'dwrtl in'nt

dniwuig 9,0*tL\iT'*,113: S'o>''.-3jj'' tluukuig.ijXv., 'how;. ;'l this last situation best iHHuI "' intrust JSimon.t ) send' the rest' of' the I'I' You' have disgraced me-you have .appeared i irf 1752.f' / .'"'.

for anatite he had bleu :in finding a guverne& am quite sure, I could native'you with applii'unts.hoine i i and'will you be kick. l ruined everything, everything I'1' she Percussion: inns sere :used''in!'' the

jrifli wh&n '}[audt' 'add Madge "me after awhile is 'itt first off, you lieie'aCtilret: > o'clock this 'art riiooil'1!i said s : fiercely... "You shall j not stay I United t'itl'S'.Ariuy.in'18.W. t'

'MriQv.' eIcirea];: ;so 'kiiSflM-a'\\-tmroi. ) .know.nAjiu'Viva's c1t1u w+uldUw 4iw I "wish.. to take'the'* -k d train: out: I I Mere another night!';How dare you st) *''Thelirst' 'use of a Idcotnotlve'in: this
wbo'was \\th' \: j : 'l frill be lier etsiire," she' sud, : : *.:'' '*'' ; '
pleasant to look at,who knew night yoh ,; i 'I'Ig insult me?. Coming here-here., where country wars hi 14 2 t1. ,
how 1jt dress rho'4is lady-like, eheerf -cheeks. were.plo\viiig.uitli: (-.\ rl ". "And i', fir Paul oTthankfulouhave.coitseuted L am-as a housekeeper !vt ,:' *>f 'e'i I OJnn lJt1''s 'were first introiluced<< in
*+ \4 :;Vj M(} : : I II I ,
,tn t i't..t; 1.
fnlanaJifi.\ertrauk'eudeu her position.Then citeui ut \ to .'New York ii 1831).
Peter dftve'tu)faith the big, i t-You'lKJtven't"i told t nVjet if.t '\"I1Jt.i *)it ler 1 tit le;,;riy-lile-threat] ;j.10\:til' hand'wason'ille / and In it vain was Viva only explained when\ Juliet and protested had: e1peiuled.aH I Kerosene" was firstfu ed'Tor. lighting'\ .

twivseated sI feighJ-a: hiarvel of luxury. is," Mrs. Elton said gently! wistfully.jtHnxtin't dt>ur-lktnille j anil; M r. (';;ll-1 her rage uiid left, Vivaltucry purposes to 182t c-iuc |

ariel le : \]tlii. !JVejvetiCushioned. L/ Well c& ., rh J Aty / .
.r him
door its saw ) smiling! }bfijadlv":, slloivina'thevery' Haven in 1 .. .-*
.t $ ete/l housekeepers i qstiou, 1tjl 1lt1eman's ,,1. ,:!,:*' { *;", (t'Ten '. "IT.
wir : fur robesC; prancingr: bay horses,' Country e.stablishment. A pleasant. home. I luuulsoniest.teV'th/and. '( .. .' '.-" ,.a. ...limple:,' a. in, o'clixkt; : Trhe'trttglass'factor.1W! : i the'United
the morning lit'a .
and sbltfiiu ) n1a1llI1q iet liveryA4 and good salary guaranteed hi return hisrcliiu. .. ., : States was builtf'in i7Mi"L; '. *0
; .,* "Has it << <.(..li.1)?: ;; ; \on)that neither' lovely winter day bright and clear ; arid 'first
M ;%;" Chalouer jilsutJt+d, in, and for intelligent sen-fee, :ui i th'e applicants The prinrniires.Tin the United
of knows the summa, of the''olher?i )1 r. Chaloner, standing beside his study- ; ."
went flying over the frozen i "bihWpass- are to attend, in itersun, at Parlor Statt."S'wasfork d 11111)20.> '* .
Allow) to iutnnluce ins'lf-Ilubrt' tabIeJ: ing Juliet vfitlfal me were introduced
owiuid a smile justat : B, tlklay between.elevenanil .
: < '
, the I Cltie,1Jpiz.s 'i.'u.tnuyl Chaloner.of': (TlialonerlHull; ,"a bun, red11111C1orsoiipthellulwru. rippling gdldeii halr; 'is she .sttKxi, with nito England( in,the eightht-entury.-i .,
big bronzy jga es.at,:the .esttrance .* /irf1 go? / .. ''', ;*
{ % drooped head;; before him in obedience Tke Busts steam. .
; engine ,this touti-
u wi :
to the And: >u?
lIWDds.nd: : ."..' ir.Jj3a.ftOS' C? 1, 'c' '. I. .. t : '
'- '1i J lie'tool.;;the.::train, and.( toss= .4 YtlU'n houseV, eepe :. My.. daughter vivid flusli deepened: uiiller. ('lu'rks.: to his!- unlJJ1"J.to'. ..* library to- receivehW nent was. brought. ..'ulu.:4EIJtCh\nll:1ll
\ .
s iWIi'f '.J..;memOClnuu.m' 4.... "' l t' _" ..LJ.; ....i"Ve's anti her e .t'S glanceil!,eagerly.; o .ttts.1Ji. 11--);. -*

u t;'ba1ont'.rwishetJ'I. ;: :, that L,forttlie I:uittU daSt ac? I ""know I am yonng, JOlt 1 ")Vliy;: ,.'.sir, i is" H %,jio I; ;. ilili',' '! t'hiilulierhalt ...;. II You teitllyhtearioii'have" oiTeniled\ I I.patented;The first by complefe'sewiiig:Kli&sHow-H; to, tii'iehltie;1zNi.Was
oomplrshment of,his t.l:+eeial'business"to kupw all about a house,.,ntaumia-you 'My "sj:-ter''" 'Juliet'' 'lives 'there .L your sister so deeply ? Tho first Stwietyilur the IVumotiou of
governess 1" rya-tava Elton. -4>5>)iei i is very niuei! hurt and-and I
$;/1 !might. be as successful,,ag know 1 do. i.May: I go? am ; Christian Knowledge-i'wasiorgani/etl: ,-inThe.
*'J '
be bt"eILthe day he: fbuuU Juliet'; "But what ,will' Juliet thinK? !She and, I have often l.'" read* "about, >T ynu'viterletfers. ,:: ,1' i:' ;-. "a"ashamed 1 'J ,?* Vivi said; sorrowfully. I.1tJ18. : ., \I, '11ft
Elton v'-1 \viUoo .'- Shew ill'think herself .? She siiys I had better: not remain. first U
.. very angry attempt\ >,inunuiacturc pins
.; "'; at /.I. W. ', .' Then i\ luxhttl; If- I do, she will leave' and sir it'will' :
'Sf' .:" Jt';4. '.I., *. ,- I* disgraced by y.oi\ accepting; a she agiun"Jand: 1.. Mr.Chaloner ; ; in this country,was made soon utter, the
'Acbeer'ruutu inW which' Ute niuniugm1 menialMamma .? l iaughed', i" J-si lu'w.'uiusiral. .','little be easier for you to get''anotherhouse- ,war. of tR: ., .. i..

shon. .brightly. through the.wide dear, ought1 we to let.. ..JuI. -. laughj N keei>er' than a goveniess for the chil Tluith'4 prayerlM" )Qk of Edyao(; V!.
1'}?,;:" oploxuiaous':'l 4)laiit5 I that were liet's foolish pride stand between us andduty "c"I i is rather a: 'coincidence," he said, dren. Juliet, is u.+ed. to them,,and they, .(-t-anie= 'uio use! by ?tuthority'"yt I'ai liit-!
the chief oriuuneuts : and in his own heart thought how very lone lier.l Ii meut on Wliit-Sundaj-, :
of the pfaiu, pleasant ? Mamma, 1'10y yes Pleaseplease I ,Ft4u.c
little v'' -' unlike sisters He '( eagerly her. The first temperance societr'in this
place) ,or 'I shall surely explode were.
.. :.say yes: "
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; iv J' country
One duchess with her But so far its you are pert sally con- was organized iu Saratogacouflty.
lice w'e'e i o j>igito of actual poverty !" haughty as a .
in the pretty well-worn Persian carpet, And there was iio'usiin further resisting cold, ,fair beauty-the other! like some ceniedMiss, i Viva-have you 111t choice? : .'N''Y''tn'r rc1i, 1R08.

\be r oniv vet ,fade l' datnask' i 'Viva's impetuous persuasions. little tropical flower,. with .the! dew fresh :I)o 'you wish to go ?" '" .. brought The tirst'thither i-Oaclt. in Scotland was
in 1561 wht'n'
"'I Juliet has Queen
-- a better right than 1
'chairc d,couch, nor .in( the tiny 44 Oh, if.such a Catastrophe as that OH its petals.t, I Mary came from France. It
bttle xoking stove,.on which the kettle hapi>ens !" Mrs. Elton said, with an ,At home, Viva related her wonderful she said, softly. MongedtoAlexanderTJordSeatonJ1 ," *

YaS,...t singing contentedly: affectionate little smile. news, while l she hastily}made her preparations And )[Chaloner>r stepped up nearer, Tlie lUst daily nawslaper'hppearetl'In17u2.

.: : r weie cheap'curtains at the win- And then Viva rushed off to get her for departure.' ... a new tender' light in his grave eyes The first newspaper printed in

4:>* a few pictures-cheap and unpre- things, and only stopped to kiss the 4'Of course Juliet will l>e ,furious, "P rhaps' r am tilej'best judge' of the ''United ,States was published

tajjmj fort the wall;' there were some pale, sick. mother by-by before she set mamma," she.said half apprehensively, that," he said, quietly "Miss j Juliet Boston on September 25,1790.! .',

woiaj that looked as though i they, had out in quest other fortune "But I can't help it. I skill go all the objects to remaining with me becauseyou The manufactiue of hortelain was introduced -

been well and often read; there was a ,' *. same. And only think ofj;all the money are' my housek per- is that it ? into the province of IIezin,

r Jpvered"pine table',between the win- Poor little Viva Sitting in a room I hall ha -ten dollars a week! Oh, Or rather, insists upon your leaving me Japan, from China,in ir;)13, and Heriu

;: do W a unary ,in iU cage singing adjoining,, >Parlor B," in the Clytie mamma, do pray that Mr. .Chaloner because she is governess?" ware still bears Chinese marks. -,
its,..j ileart'awap.; J ', House, awaiting her turn among.a half- may be suited with me and keep me Viva nodded. The first telegraphic instrument was

'AltOBether a cheerful' hoiue-iooui, score of other s\jiriuits.to.th .position And after a while, in the spring-Aunt '"I can easily settle the difficulty, if successfully operated by S. F. B. Morse,

S 1 though it bore no tracesof want, of housekeeper at a gentleman's s country Chloe will stay with you till May, you you will allow me," he said, and suddenly the inventor, in 1835, though its utilitywas

y**as t tuiustakablr the abode of peo- seat her conrage and. spirits weremomentarily know; and you must try not be lone there came into his tones sonie not demonstrated to the world until

We ho.had gathered these few things sinking'to their" lowest ebb ; some. In May I'll find some place near thing that m.ule every nerve In her 1842. .

together-some remnants of a previous and, as female after, female was dismissed me, where you can live, and I can see thrill. "Will you let me, little 'girlie ? The first Union flag'was. unfurled'on

srek, and some new, cheap necessities from the adjoining room-Irish, you every day. Mamma. I'm going to It may seem too sudden, to 'you,''but the 1st of Jauuary.177G: over the camp

411 gone on again cheerily and German,,American. ,.old and young, tidy be very happy." that day before: you left the room in the Camdridge. It had thirteen stripesof
hrarely.K: and slovenly' each and every 'counteuauce And her mother had not the heart to hotel, I think loved you better than I white and red, and retained the English

\Jt y\.t'0. rooms, to be sure) expressive of their supreme pity crush her bright ">o"ng dream, when ever loved before Viva-dear little When cross, in Captain one comer, Cool .,.t first:' visited; '.
? Viva had.said to'Mrs. Elton; for those who had the ordeal to'Vha -pass- she kissed her good-bye, and realizedshe Viva, will you let me love 'ou1' Will Tahiti the natives were using nails of
the J r previously, _when she described was'wiMly tempted to fly sO posi- had let her go out into' the world to you ? 'Nay, don't you love me ?" .wood, bone,, shell and ,stone. "Vfben
l1 wi.reirted premises. "But we tive was she she'would'share a mutual seek her fate. And she raised her shy, sweet yes so
.* they saw iron nails they.fancied.them to
,ja*)very nicely, think, by your hav- frankly to his that he caught;; her in his be shoots of some: ,wry hard woodland
*Tau c& in the best biggest room she fought down the cowardly "Hark f I hear the sleigh-belk') Is arms, and nestled her to his heart. desirous :of' securing such a. valuable;

-' #off;- dinmg-room and kitchen in inclination, and waited until the SOl-I papa coming from the train.'.'. You will stay- ? You will let ,me commodity, they planted them 'in' their

you' .see now-- that Juliet has gone emn-faced servant beckoned'' her to And little Clyde Chalouer rushed to discharge uiy housekeeper and engage nlen-Phill1. Rff.'ff"I.
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TiE' 'FLtlllA $ TAE.lf :' \ 'jLIcTaicoTozLMr. oeasgs. ..'...,,a.4 'Over'.Pr.dct1oR- MISCELLANEOUS.r LEGAL
.Stephen& HaW, the eUctridanof We WARY NOTICE

'-r''rt, ,# / "- ..'.-tAt' .. !' T."" ,l- tile Mistoal tJnion CompanyJiprepariagtote nUveoft-a behind Ull hear. a IDEMERCHANTS' -Land 0 .Office, Galnesvfils. ,
of the New York elevated great cry' >over-psoducHon of cer- LINE I
; *on one URL '
.- riMiRer' .. :,....., ,.1-:'. ';.Ztridir.- t soada his system of propelling cars by sin crops, and especially of the orange, DOUBLE DAILY.Carrylag NOTICE Is hereby given hth0.it' At i,
lowing-named settler hat
lemm-and'lime' We* believe that even filed .
electricity. He uses a reversed dynamo his intention d
to make
: 1! the IT. S. Mall. foal proof
'r :. :Et'del. as a motor- andTeonductaais> current to at this din many very manysensiblepeople i port of hU claim, and tbaCaaldproot't'be

wLf_ I ,& the dynamo'either through the rills of the are deterred from planting groves Elegant Side-wheel Steamers. made before A. A. i
T.-i pail/er'AanUI. In aiIpDee.A. cult court at Titusville Fla.. J?'
is they should do by this fallacious outcry REGULAR MAIL. on gat,
tack rail bud ,
through supplemental
or a
basFaaslbemaefaita.p.et. :1! apoarM April 21st 1883, viz: James T. f 8ta ?J
.. Ktween, thise'>zacks. Mr. Field first tested of over-production. To say that we UEO.M.BIRO,Capt.G.J.Merrier.H. Eau Gallie. Brevard county, FUL e(

CAalswebnott.esi Advaexsararl.u I uatendae.- ..,. br the the value of the reversed' dynamo several regard it u silly, poorly expresses our B.PLANT,Capt.J.W,Fitzgerald. lid.No. 527 for the lots 1 and 2 SenaJ1?!

....,-. ...e.rme a the UItm'ahNr8 years rage In California,where he ran an sentiments. That the demand for oranges A NIIiTA.capt C.He Brook.. lot lot 1 1 Section Section 10 14 and lot 1 Seetloaii. ..t a:
.. Township
__... *
.a -.ap. lemons and limes much faster One of toe above-named steamer will leave *
\ elevator by electricity with, economy and grows De Bary wbart foot of Laura street.daily ex- Range 37 East. *, .
THIS PAPER--7. found on file at; success. From experiments made in 1878 than; the product increases, is too apparent cent 8nnday.atS, p-m. for PALATKA SAJf- lie names the following wtlnessMt
Geo. P. BoweU A Advertiaisg be became convinced that a railway train to admit of any argument ; that it and all Intermediate prove his continuous residence uiiontut
8prnoen ROSA.Ciaptt..7..L. cultivation of
Bureau (10 Street) where said land viz: Tbosui
advertising contract may be made for it could be operated with economy by electricity may be indefinitely increased by every Amateen. Hardee, George Magruder. of Boekjlw

ia NEW YOBI. and claims that his caveat was slight effort is also apparent to every well-. FREDERICK DE BART.Capt.Leo. VogeL Fla.. and John Simmons, Preston Ken

filed before either Siemens or Edison filed informed mind.It WELAKA Captain J.8.Mattheson. Ian of Eau Gallie. Fla.
To STAS,".is the,OFFICIAL, newspaperfor is admitted that. these fruits will One of the above-named steamers wW 47 5t L. A. BARNES,Regisur
Brerard county.1': theirs. In order' to obtain one horse leave DeBuT wharf foot of Laura street.
1 power of work from the motor it will _be pay, and pay well, at one fourth of a dailY except Saturday,wharf at 4 30 p. nu and fromS for NOTICE OF FINAL PRQQp:-
,F.and W.Railway at Sp m.
Entered*tke Pott Office.at.2lttasi&w,. ., to furnish two horse power of cent apiece; that they can ever be cheapened Palatka,Sanford,Enterprise: and an Intermediate Land Office at Gainesville, Fuu

ork from the engines at either, end of below one cent each in any fair landings. Mar.3l883.f
Connect at Palatka with Florida Southern NOTICE is hereby given that
T TJB pesseotw3anta of our Country ..axeLnufulJ the road. The electricity.will act, as an market is not susceptible of proof; on Railroad for Gainesville and Oeala. !lowiHg-named settler_ has flIed DOtJM the, fcL lit
-- at Astor with St.Johns and Lake '
-ntstcsminantp instead of politIcal endless rope, for when no power is neededto the contrary, we assert that they cannot ; BuaU.a JUroad for" Talaha Lee*. h intention to make final proof hi '';

hlrelingB and .more practical propel a train,owing to an incline in and in the favorable markets they command burg and all point heMUppe.r Oclaw aha. port be made of his before claim and that said proof will
Voloala with coaches fbr Or. A.A. Stewart clerk
Connect at .
system of education- The(great, sinof the road, no current will be taken from from two to four cents each, and mond and Daytona. cult court at Titusville Fla., on Strmd d*

our people II the inordinate desire of, the system, and when brakes are neededto the demand and markets for them grow Connects at Sanford with South Florida Rail April 21st 1883, viz:J. Brady Bowen f

money tf H iau of amassing millions. on: check the train the power expendedwill all the time. This will be as true a score road AHemonte.for Loogwood.Orlando MalUand., Klaaimmee.' Apopka and City.with Georgiana Fla, Hd. Number 3,803 for t
Iota 2, 3, and 4, Section 33
millions for"the purpose of being able to I be used to generate electricity for of years, or even a century from now, as ledge steamers and for Indian Lake River.Jeasnp Salt Lake and Rook South, Range 36 East. Township*

control the different channels of, business i use in starting. The experiments madeon it is to-day, and when every acre of land Connect at Enterprise with coaches tor He names the following witness*]to

and.eeeore Bach legislation as shall enable the abort lines in Germany by Prof. of the orange belt in Florida is covered Daytona rfptnrn>and"g Mall New steamers Smyrna and leave Titusville.Enterprise: prove his continuous residence upon ud
cultivation of said land
them to neap higher tfeeir piles of. wealth Siell1"1\' and in this country by Mr. Edison with bearing trees,the demand will be afresh and every V a.morning nu making at 7 and close Sanford connections at 7 30 a.with m-, Crory,Joseph P. Blake., Rob't.viz: J.MOTTO A. ...

unmindful of how much of ..ant'and on his two mile track at Menlo Park, ,as strong, and as poorly supplied as &,F.and W. Railway for all points North. and Andrew Grason, all of TttuwilltrTiL;

misery they may occasion by' thus gathering have shown that the use of electricity is it is today.It East and West.49Through L. A. Burr,
lading given to all points. 45w5 Register U. S.
to themselves individually that practicable for short tines of railroad, and may be news to some of our readers The steamers of this line are all first class Land Office.

: which cannot be uti1i"H by themselves. it is believed that on the New York elevated for us to tell them that here 'in Bartow, In every respect. NOTICE. -'
For farther Information apply at General
Is not that system of education a false roads the'8J8tem will prove to be where transportation can hardly be had Ticket Office corner Bay: and Laura Streets. Land Office at Gainesville, Fla.,

one when it teaches practically that the more economical than steam, for if put for ordinary purposes, there could be C.B.FENW1CK.Gen.W.B.Pass.WATSON.Agent.Manager. NOTICK is hereby given March that 24.the l883.follow) ,.

great objective end of man is to accumulate Into general use, 100 steam engines win sold in the coming week,'at half a cent r III -named settler has tiled notice of>Us,

money? To get money, to get money be replaced by one electric motor, and apiece, or 50 cents per hundred,more oranges FOR SALE intention to make final proof in support

honestly one can, but any way to the cost per hone power will be dimin- than Polk county ever produced in of made his claim before, and A. A.that Stewart said proof will lie
get money. To us there appears to be a shed in proportion to the increased size any two yean since they have been grown THE TITUS HOUSE, court at Titusville, Fla., on Tuesday draft Mar

great difference between getting money, of the engine. But even if the cost of here. As it is, the daily demand of the 8th 1883, viz:: Samuel J. Frost of Ioei-

and making money. The toil of honest running the cars with electricity should local cannot be supplied at three-fourths ONINDIAN ledge Fla-, for Hd. No. 11.353 for thaN
E i Section 26
,Township II South
enlightened. industry utn money; while, be great as steam, or even a little greater, of a cent apiece. Think of this you old RIVER, 36 East. ,Rup

miserly avarice and cunning accumulate the advantage of doing away with the ettlers of Polk, each of whom might containing He names the following witnesses...,

if "get it"-amass it, and hoard it, thus smoke, cinders, noise, and dangerof fire haTe had since you came here a fifty-acre prove his continuous residence upon sad

detracting it from'its proper and legitiimate and explosions of the locomotive will be bearing grove. Such a grove to-day Large Office, Parlor' Dining Boom, Carter cultivation, Aaron of said Cleveland land vis of:Boekkdn JamesIL

uses and applying it to the purpose apparent. would yield an annual net income of Pantries, Kitchen, and Samuel Fields, John fields of.Car

of making thor men dishonest through e... $16,000. >There are in this county about 16 Large Airy Bedrooms, Point Florida 0
bribery who weld and would be an honor 400,000 acres of land that will prodnceoraD&"llt Servants' Quarters ,Register.
Reform will never be carried out by ,
to their country and themselves were lemons, and limes,. and produce NO TICK' -
and all
confessing of
exaggeration outbuildings.
they not educated by precept and example every gross them to perfection. That would give us necessary U. S. Land Office at GaJnearilleJ'Ja.1

to sell their. manhood for money. our faults that is published by designing 20,000,000 trees and they in full bearing Ctatana of 12OOO gal.capacity, March 21, 1_/
organs in Northern States.Richmond COMPLAINT having been entered it
Show us the man possessed of this .inordinate ... D.. would net$200,000,000 every year., -a1so'FURNITURE- this Office by H. MeD Spiers anlastG.
desire of ---ftIIDODeY and i.. The skeptical will ask where would H. tJt.ockweJl for abandoning his BOB,,
will show you a man thoroughly dishonest Every American must rejoice that only yon find sale for them? We answer by stead Entry Number 4180 dated October
80 out of 293 Representative in the last including ,Piano and Billiard Table. 14th 1876, upon the E 4 of N E I and S
at heart and this dishonesty will crop House voted for the usual resolution of asking pertinent question: where does W i ot N E f Section 9, and N W f oC J
out sooner or later as circumstances surrounding New Jersey and Delaware find sale for. The Groundsare W 4 Section 10 Township 28 S. Bangs V

may dictate-man, who ,win thanks to Robeson's puppet in the Speak their peaches? Only twenty yean ago East, In Brevard county Florida. wok s
er'.cbair.-lbton Tnuucript, Hep. Large and Nicely Laid Out. view to the cancellation of said eatrjr
not hesitate take hard-earned bread there orchard in
I was scarcely a peach the parties are hereby summoned to sp-
out of the mouth of honest and enlightened If the average congressman will be as those states; today their crop is immense ,-ALSODESIRABLE pear at this Office on the 16th day of JIll

industry or the clothing from, off.its fortunate in evading the questions of H" running high up into the millions, 1883. at 10 o'clock a. m., to respond and

back for the purpose of swelling his pile I constituents when he returns home as he and they can't meet the market at all, soas TOWN LOTS, abandonment.furnish testimony concerning d an.ed,.

of boarded gold. We see this in our wain dodging important issues during to place the fruit in reach of the poorer : For Business or Dwelling Houses, and L.A.BaRNis. Beclsier.,

ballad legislation in our men fiIIIn g I the 1IfJIIIIIon, he will be blessed indeed.Pkiladdpkia .- classes, who really would be their best 48 5 w JOHN F BOLUNS.' Beeetar..

positions of honor and trust in our Tits In d. customers if they could get them. And GOOD LANDS NOTICE.

trade and money markea-etc., and what I It will tab an immense amount of protection so soon as peaches can be introduced into For Gardening. Six months after date I will present to

is the wont feature of it all is, that these' to save the present RepublicanCongress the English and French marketa, where Terms Easy to Responsible his Honor J.A. McCrory. Judge of the

men, nine times out of ten,are considered L I' from public contempt. Tariff they command fabulous prices, the consumption Parties. county court of Brevard county Fla. ay
final accounts and vouchers Executor
u the mart of bill or no tariff bill, protection or free will be as
men our country-men more than doubled. of the Estate of Samuel Moore late of
whose course k pointed to as being worthy trade, one thing is certain-the Republican When whole freight trains of thirtycan Apply or address, said county deceased and ask for a flail

of aspiratiosu.Is this system of edn- party has got black eye and protection may be loaded with oranges at; Bar- MIlL 11l. E. TITUS, discharge as such Executor.

catiom in accordance with the pure teachings a death blow. The people-especial tow and sent right through to Chicago, Titusville, : : : : FloridaBPOAT8MEN'8 March PHiNxas 29, 1883.D. WESSON, Executor(48.ta)

of try Christianity? Is it compatible ly the labor, the consuming employees-' St. Louis, Cincinnati, Louisville anl .._

with the principles of American in- have' discovered: 'the fraud in the protective er great cities,so that the fruit can be EMPORIUM! NOTICE.

atitntioiawithdvilaIIdnligiouali. ? theory. Agriculture, commerce and sold at 25 cents a down, there will be R. C. SCRIMGEOUR U. S. Land Office, Gainesville Fla. \

eL. > labor are coming together, and the South millions sold and consumed March 27,1S83./
where there
Complaint having been entered at this
A Washington special of the 24th nitaaya TaiMst aM l
and West hands. Naturalist
are joining Lynchburg are only dozens now. It costs now over Office by D.Chalmers Erine against Edwin
: It stated upon authority one .AdcJan ,Dem. i two cents apiece to the Birds A animal mounted with some re respect T. Frost for abandoning his boIIeo'
get to
who hat seen the document and whosestatesaeati I oranges for Anatomy. stead entry number W13, dated May 7th
are believed to be trustworthy The changes made in the Senate bywin market; a loaded train would carry one Everything appertaining to shooting 1S77. upon the lots 3 and 4 Section 35 sod

that Mail o.tndor'.Tames election of new members during million, and the cost of transportation and fishing to be found at my establishment lots 3 and 7, Section 36, Township>> 8.,
B. Price has ter just past have been decidedly in favorof would be not over 25 cents per hundred and at reasonable rates. Range 39 E...in Brevard county, Florida
made. affidavit, now in the possessionof with a view to the cancellation of said
the Government, wherein he alleges the Democracy. In nearly every case oranges or one one-fourth of a cent each. brand Also of dealer Asbestos In the Celebrated Lion entry: the said parties ueherby sum

that he on one occasion to ex-Assis where a Democratic vacancy occured the It is a simple problem that all can see, ready for use. The paint best In and all colors moned to appear at this Office on the Sd
gave cheapest
tart Postmaster-General Brady $2,500 in sitting member has been re-elected. The for we know that it costs 120 to haul one paint ever introduced for House or Boat day respond of May and 1883 furnish at 10 o'clock a. ,m.to

postal drafts together with$2,500 in cash new senators chosen will also add to the ton of freight from Tampa here. If, .thesame for use. Oil stoves in great variety, suitable said alleged abandonment.testimony concerning

to influence official strength of that aide of the house. Col- teams and driven had to go for one family or boat use. LA. BaRNKS, Register.
corruptly Brady's
tion. Price also alleges, it is said, thaton ac quitt, of Georgia;'Gibson, of Louisiana; pound, it would cost just the same. LINSEED OIL WARRANTED PURE: 49 4w JOHN F. BOLLTNS. Becehrer.

another occasion he gave to ex-Senator and X'ennal of West Virginia, are the Over-production! is a thoughtless cry Fran's Celebrated Astral Oil always in NOTICE.
new Democratic Senators. On the other that has ben heard always. Congress U. S. Land Office at Gainesville, Fla.\
Kellogg for a similar $15,000 in
hand, the Republicans have weakened once debated the propriety of STOCK.Triple March 27.1883./
postal drafts, drawn against his (Price's;) prohibitingcotton Complaint having been entered this
pay as mail contractor on the mail route instead of having strengthened their side culture as a craze, because a few plated "Table" warn from the Office by Thomas J. DeStuben against
by the elections. Several of the most experienced thousand bags were produced. Last year House of Holmes, Booth& Hayden. Richard. ,Hudson for 'abandoning his
from San'Antonio to Christi and
Bepublican Senators have been 7,000,000 bales sold for twice the Lanterns,Razors, Combs. Nick Nacks homestead entry number 8,313. dated
that in addition to' the afore mentioned price In endless variety. May 7th, 1877, upon the lots 1 and J,Section
retired and
$15,000 of drafts he also gave to Senator new untried men chosen in when congress thought to suppress the 1.-32 S. and lot 8 Section 36.Town

Kellogg a note for '.,080, all of which their places. They retain, however, ere v. few thousands. So with all things, ad Cigars,Tobaccos Pipesand ship 31 S, Range 39 E., In Brevard oun-
era! of their oldest and. best legislators.AT. .- infinitum. &noexe say over production smokers' articles.. ty Florida, with a view to cancellation
paper, he depose,, was paid at; maturity of said entry: the said parties are hereby
Y. Tribune
Price testified before the grand jury yes Rep. is a myth, a croaker's shibboleth, and When you cannot find summoned to appear at this office on the

terday. ;' TAX ASSESSOR'S.Ie. NOTICE. ought not to be regarded. Set groves; what you want In the other stores In Ti 22d day of May 1883, at 3 o'clock p. m..

.. I will be at; the different Precincta for set them all the time ; set them every will tusville be Just give B. C. S. a call and you to respond said and furnish testimony concerning
Below we give.the names of thepellOnson where. Don't over-do in sure to get suited. alleged abandonment.
the purpose of assessing taxes at the following yourself anything L. A BaR.rxs,Register.
the different committees appointed bi times, and yon will not overdo the Owing to the recent improvements of 49w4 JOHN F. ROLLINS. Receiver.
the Chairman of the Oleander Point Pic market.
LaGrange April 16 1883 TITUS HOUSE i.
ilc Association at itS 1aatannualm.ing Titusville 17" e Magruder& Co.

Hay 1st -1882, 10 that nothing mar be Haulover Vice-President Edmunds is on his way Titusville, Indian River, Florida

overlooked to render their Pic Nic on the Burnham 20 18"" to Florida, and I is stopping at differentplaces .in the'.way> of.a- J. M. Stelleriwerf,: > fr Min ger

first of next month the greatest,and most Merritts Island on the route. MEW CARRIAGE,,,
aucosjpful one that has ever been held in City Point 23 The remains of John Howard Payne and an emnefl IliirTk above it strictly a FMrCb

all oats already seven annual gatherings.Committee EauGallie uSt. arrived in New York from Marseilles, on sawyer Hotel,plccuantly Situated on Indian
of Arrangeaienta C. 25 the 22d inst. and were carried in together with'an increased supply fLogs
.- W. Lucie 27 a special River 250 miles south of
1- Harrison, G o.. H. 'Hagruder, G. & Her Crabgraas May 8" car to Washington on' the following ,4 Logging Facilities, Jac omille. .

I dee and A. F.Lapham; of Reception, G. Bassville 10 day. They are now prepared to fill orders,
, w Holmes J. D.Hatter1 A.P.Cleveland "L.T' AccfflsiMe-Daily by Flee Stew
View 12 WALTER'S MOUNTAIN PARK. I ell rat and at short N
C. R Magrnder and J. H. Sam; of Correspondence To the Sportsman 'Plei ure'Seekcr and
Fort Drum "H WernersvUle, (Near Reading), Pa. ,
! and Invitation, C. W.Ham Twenty thousand feet of choice lumber

' W. B. SAnDS Aseessor.Titnaville ., An Institution Of now in stock Invalid this House present*attractions
sun,'E. B. W B.:;a Willard, A., F Vegetable boa
'I 'Lspham, H. \\imam": J. H. White April.5 1833. THE NUTRITIVE ,CURE.For ered shingles to and Lumber sawed and n'nowhere. else to be-found. in the-Suu .

and W.H. ae,1be Chair! also* appointed The seaweed known'.T'as Irish moss" has lung,stomach and diseases of debility reasonable any rates.point' Terms on Indian, Cash River at THE MANAGER ASSURES HIS e11E3TS All*
A. P. Cleveland 'G. *&. Hardee has on Delivery
no equal.Send for pamphlet 75 Ps8 THE COMFORTS OF A HOUS AT MODEBAI
become an article of dally diet in Ireland '
and w. H. Sharpe' a committee to draft a 15 cenU. Circulars free. Addretd u above : MAGRVDER &. CO. U
I Constitution and By-Laws. among people living along the coast. 49 4t >ROBT. WALTER, M. D. 43t4 ,
Georgiana, Brevard Co. Fla. Open Summer & Winter.


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"fa':':" p e..r. < 0 .._.._,_ Leaving Bockledge Tuesdays & Fridays.
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"tI.'jf".rllE.'JErr (f au- f. t'tt In order to avoid disappointment'. to, shippers. .fr. ,JACKSONVILLE, FL.'. .
. ,r' { .' : "\J .. :. .rt',' ."'' of, :" .'- Having ample and;Splendid! a ceommodations'forPassengersand freight roust 6e.at-Rockkdge (Wilkin- t ..... ... aV

jjM \ N- f. ,. arranged expressly for: the.Freight Mall ,Ser.and soif "wharf)1dlaulaysawtFridays. '. Special ',attention paid, to Orders and Correspondence cqn-

0 e Jfarlgatlon\ of>this .beans Joe; JL. Smi h.,Captain, U.. P. ,)Vilkinsou 7'-" ... 'cerDlng Goods .' .... ....
.i STORE is, : : ...'t.t...1 t W l RiT rViU commence' making .her & Co., Agents. Feb 1st Cm40 f t. 'I .At,1.. .a
.- ff. ; -'.j 'I i : regular tripe im or about from the fret to tine .

, :'{./1/pn?q'Jr' ')" ::'f' 1,; 't, f... H ... t fifteenth December, 1882, between J. M. Dixon, Great.. Inducements are offered."to-Dealers. .', -' -: ,

_: ,.rIf'usYnLBtH"..!;. ,. '$ .. .". .:1' ,.-'FLORIDA.... .......:..... ;... Trtusville and Lake Worth.! I nrcsvirLt, : : 'FLORIDA. Hotel and Housekeepers.-- ." t' '. .". '. '

., ;r. .I! (Touching at all Intermediate Landings), i Dealer in

;' : \'. ..U.11 ,,. .J ,, ':' I It : bo each and every, alternate :day oftncMgj Drugs 'Medioines. }:'Chemicals i We keep everything imaginable in the tine of goods mentioned above,"i
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,1,:', Oy1 "...'',.. "..... .' ,.:., ..J'.t. J. f I,. t I. ;t-...tl . 1t : "' J. CINDERELLA is robablytthe r -
' i'Ii''A' r' : Mnm] ". Dye-MrtPalitsJl Ms ; t ,," .', what.you or er- v "
;. i'.f..r' f r most perfectly safe Boat afJo \tsn has > "

;' "t811: stir '1$7ttn :1 i.l :t: ..1'i11. I 'tKrceseiWri'teand'disUnci'HuU a fafhishes cSt brushes&almosteverything t '

i t BkliablePJee'bf: perfect.water-tight cbmpartmeatin itaell kept bra first-class Drug House .'
'je OldaD
: i" dcineior in-' .
.. I She has also all the modern'j appliances Dy'drug, ra .-
'1 ; ':,o TrM+'. I!s s III ir.L: : tea and improvements of ;., stru 1e ,..needed..Jq:-.customers 1
,..n. i<. steam1engmeeringTEAMEitkD and not hand will be ordered. .
.l lf"s'I1f'E"88 *" on PL Ow &NQ
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d r,,"'.. .,.. ._:!."u. 1 '/."'A. A.j .IF# ;, t "Prescriptions carefully 'compounded 't;
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( lit 4 !';: 7 : .. ; .j! .. : I ? HESS night or day with atc racy dud dispatch : y

.. r"rff1rm! .tI ri 1m "uf 1 by competent persons. Iy3G Tree 'and -
: ..
0& Orange Vegetable Manure.
i ,f .t :"1 i t 'Nearly completed, will'jnake Regular I :
i I, ,;L1 .J. r rt .adulStti i Connections with the CINDERELLLA: | r f it i

ti e lMerChar1d1s'W between,- .. H -., ,,. ..,.. W. B. MOORE' t I PREPARED EXPRESSLY: for the use of the,.trait and vegetable growers 1ti t of

.t..d'I r: .. -.1t111; :.r... ".. ..i 1 Titusville and.Smyrna.Turther : General Commission Merchant I Florida. .It will produce a heavy but sound and healthy'growth on growing"trees.

-:: :"'-Ia: ""jj.a ..t ,j.7' .d"1 J' I i I and will supply bearing trees with the food needed for heavy crop of.fruits: >.

-rmlf but aridly:f rates goods. are !( ment& AND DEALER IN i': IT WILL GIVE nursery stock and vegetables a luxuriant growth .and,, in'. the .
r,ta.4 #' i .., 'J. :0 latter tends. ... to,give good.size and, quality and, earlylmaturity.1: t
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: "':' bought and sold.at.. this Stand: I f>}< -The undersigned desires it to be>db- ,Groceries ands t .

; ,-.;.: ***f U'' ., ..... :'tinctly understood.that this line is "not : WALTON WHANN: $ CO: I' I '

:"< : ... ..'.., ....._ for'a day bat for all time to'; corne"-:'- ", :
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.: ". r..f".f."; ;.f."jJ a,n.cj, .....-t tt. ..\J 'l".., ... : that it is put upon this Route and Rives : F milySupplies. -. r- .. .. Wilmlugtou, l>cl.

\ii .t. ., ....,_. as a permanancy,,Summer and Winter; '
-''; 1 "' --' and he"pcttfi .askhp'oc txnihtenance Ask Captain. McLean.. of.. the loop "AgneJ' touring you a sack of thePLOW'
;:: 'It "n'" .
.T ufw VEonfeAter'AJlD6llar. .4'! .,if>\> .' ..... t" ,. f! and encoaragment of the people to sustain Titusville. .: :. Florida. 1 '
will him in)cis enterprise and wntupromising' November 10th 1880. tf 47 7' BRAND. '

,..1. JlM, jJ 1- i* ,.At.. ,v.- ..< -btu-,. _exactly.W on his part to do'all that liesin : ..
'. .*,,"> -- his power to make it mutually advantageous ONE MAN'S CASH AS :GOOD ASANOTHER'S '
JNO.' of Est"und Florida.
ANDERSON' Ormond. for South
.it.... r to all parties concerned.22tf .. Agent. -
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:. y ,' .. "IF.-...A. L.',OSTRAXDER.SttOflly J.UDDEN' & BATES' COLLINS & CO. HARTFORD '

'.,,eo'.Eata.I18hed: in 183.sir .. ". Ii Cts' CtSI OIII! Southern .Music House ,
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Only. pule in America Selling. I Established, 1826. .- '.
1 Pew and Pocket
.-..-- .... .. 4 .. f.. .. I Elegant Bible

Addiessoders to ft,' ,.. ... 50 Cents Only! s .

,t.'Sxa,<1 i; 4/Jf.' .... ,. 'I. .. This is bv far the handsomest and bestS 4Ti; r

The Headquarters Store; *, ,. .01, U.M .*, ,

for the made. It -- : "
Bible money ever contains
f .tIT. .oi' 1... kLTntusville; Fial .N: -

.Lat': .':' d"-> :,,.,_. .
both the Old and New Testament
". .Opened''foV'the Season. ., :-

-- n r jt S n' "% translated out of the, original tongues .;

:. .|* "i rAman* / i 4 Jt who... ..>is*. iuteFeste in t ,,'"his' *.ownto .4 t.f -- ,

"< 1.t" sgelfaierrilhbeeased" to know that. : with all the former translations diligently Pianos & OrgansOn f III sari- '. -

:: f '."DREW GfBSOrf' ; i iiI.t1 compared and revled... .

Es". I the One Price System. .C

}'Keeps' the finest oysters ?to be' found in It Jhaj a beautiful cloth cover,. handsomely MANUFACTURERS OF :
I One Uniform! Price to All AM That-The
a>. "i1.. .',of TU 8. 'II"e... .} t' lettered in gold on side" and all; Lowest
.* _" . r. : t. .. JChoivii. Axes r, Hatchets Picks
Dill SERVED D STTLE TO SUIT PATRONS. ; : The ns'ual of lHn Pian'os':
on back, red cdgi* and printed inclear. system K ;; and ,
Organs is for the dealer to charge ,
-0f -.. any -
1 .,,', ,'. er p-rr".r 1 1r AND OTHER "EXTRA _
type containing altogether' thousandone price ; can get for tluiu! ,without regardto QUALITY.
Ifcw{ and jAncy Gate..made to order.
; : either fair profit or the customers'

." Baker's Brtadalwayionliand.JLho 1 hundred and thirty four pages. ; Interest. But we are proud to say 'that TOOLS FOR FARMS -PLANTATIONS..

thU: has never been our method of eUiu;:.
.airstyelass,1arber shop,attached. Foe the benefit of purchasers and to ,
Bibles better are sold for twice and 3 '
': .*. .f .L* secure them the full value of their moneywe Of all sizes and prices from $5 to*$30. Also, Plowing Machines.
: T' : established at the outset Of our business
...V1B, -,E'.R'.1..! 1 1t'l even three times.the! ,money we ask for twelve years since Farmers will receive.valuable Information, catalogues, Ac.,
by writing to the makers
will be furnished to order on short notice The One 1'rlce System.
.** Tlv h.... rai'7. r' j: *. this little gem. COLLINS, & CO., 312 Water St., New York.
at 00 and to this we attribute'our immense andprosperous
8 1t. P'd' thansattd.ty.. ,
: "A Ivmd't teachers
>me giflfofSundty35chool -
trade. Selling ou this sqvarc 1

'' LUMBER & SHINGLES and tclutlars and one stare to bfprix>L"'EcauydltLrt -: OHMS, renders it imperative that the price PURGATIVE. :\:.
t be the very lowest one that can be inm.
Always!,on- "hand. Ii', "i >, .vii. u We are pledged to this. We always have PARSON'r b; .J I'[LAadwill .. "
:"U IJ 1.1 .. done.it. willalwl\"S will tlo It. It'sour .
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AG UD B.&I. .CO. Jie tc..ollller.u mil" MID allylllJ.Ofartf'.1llr! 'creed and our practice. .3Co: other, piano ;j ''i 11,1

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... stn be no tlleap.OWITa. and organ house deals on this principle .. Ai ., '.
got up etllI1'Cl4ltl.fll&ll'*tht tlood' In th mtlrafTMna thrM ihL p on who wUl take ONEPILacaNIGH
: : & ; ON E V B WEUS..benetoncl..oaa41a.atll.ttltllel.'laiDrl.p".bl.
\' f'Pi. :'!} .. .., ", :.(1' ,,' "l If you: "wantl. Bible'no'w is'the time tosend FereanadlemaleComplw4tb.eePtWka.lopnal.l+tytduee.etNOlntk ei rpt.wN.B Id.ryylrl.J.r
Ourprices plain figures are placed, wee kym>UarttMBUiit mpi. S .dforp Biphl.l. L 8.oIOBJnl)1f B W oaton.I1awt'

: ,'I labkLin, J for it. One copy.of the "gr eatest: tf! on every iUi\:rmueut. A child can buy as .
low as the sharpest trader. All other .. ,, d
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'sl all books" sent. postpaid.to" any'addre houses have *'lligh prices anti give dU- d
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,TIie: Cheapest and' 'Most' Direct The.One Price" system.'\ve. time In J
-+ ** ahtf is
t UjoraD STATES PUBLISHING Co. trading the only'satisfactory
'r'Pih.tn.B.QU'J'E- f wayto ?? '* ""
t -- --- buyer and seller for on the high price DSOF'
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JO..I't' 1 49.North. 7nth"Street;L and discount system even though the 1. .:, :t II. l' ',)" .)

"*', *TIti.:. .STllleand...... Indian. Rit;'er. h.22.1Yt" ..", ?. Philadelphia., customer buys*,*be is not sure that he has iEiCI..r.l-i.KTILE.: 'Pl ,INTI-NG. .: :,
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: CAEBYIXG.THE'U.;., si''MAIL.: prices t. T'd.tt 1t, t Tf -

....",;.,...iJ'At. !' A 'Valuable IProperty Advice to Piano and Organ Buyers. Such as Bill Heads,'Note and Letter Heads* Business: .Cards, 3IoutbjV..Statements! .

'tPlJtfi-1 iriJJ'ia':- .1 ,i, ? .,. r For Sale .-. :" Buy quick. Why? Because an advance ,1 '- t r < ; .
L Posters'Etc.
Etc -
ONE trip DAJLYlbqtween the ST iu price is almost certain. Pianos andff:- Envelopes.'Programmes, : ,
MftWJsws: nlV i: I Thirty r of iland.in the City ,Point gallS are on a boom /i'ha demand ex- I.. 'P.t. f.r "
I.c&vta : ;.1' 'V& .'T Hammock. SpleDdi ,.nc\1" galvanizedWire ceeds the'supply.. ,AH the factories are ..,. ,. .Furnished at'Short'Notic. ".r.1oo ,
Eaterprifc EVERY Morning, ar- .. .
twelve behind orders. Dealers with cash In rep. 4 u > t r ;'rp .

riv' U'Tltust. .. ; .. "
:, ;tI Hundred young'and healthy Orange trees i wanted-.Prices of material and labor are ,- ..: ; -L: ;J.: :CA1 JILE .t
'l1 l bnRetUl'n.in n ;if t Forty bfcarnigitrees: C 'Beautiful"River advancing present low prices of Pianos CONSUMPTION i ,

.J. ', ;,'tas Ids zvEht h Iiig.'it. \': : I and Organs canuot continue and willnot Cured.All '
: $6c
[ lij Front; acres ks fine;Kine and lanana Positively; t. jYllf AND'S PLE: OOSrt
"' 1 nterprise again rule in the next ten years. Those .
: tn. the'evenlbg.4Adiile
land ad there is in. the 'l!'fatate. Adjoiningthe who buy now will save money. Large sufferers from till lbeae that arei aax- .
t -rni it: t..r a"t: r'gli.ia ,.f1 ::. (I ,::.. tanivf t1re'H nu'W'm."lLSharpe.: contracts just made with Manufacturers ions to be cured should try Dr. Klssnefs Celebfurtrl r .-. '$"*. -PUL-u .-_ ti '-. -.
:ew i ." .111. .'. CrtAaatupttort JIOWIk-n. These powileraarc .
will enable
: ;IIbt.\T. S'...J. pwpod, ,. Here is a good opportunity fort any t one us toguarmteepresent prices the only pn'piiraUonknowu that will cure LUND PACKING HOUSE;
-...... until January'1st ISS9.'A1ter': "that we Consmnprtou and airfllscascs of thd Throat :, t.il, ........ '" .1 .", ,
!C. 'trMt nrT. FtbroDA'.t desiring make a good invcrtmeut, as can promise nothing. Delays arc Uangcrr and Lungs-indetKl. >w>strong U ou? ralth in :ht'tsvcilg-; .. Flor ibi.
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i 1 them and also to convince you they are ; ":J c-'t'''
.be boldTitles, Magnificentstock now on hand.
place must .perfect
;Lkr" .... .. no Uimibug.ive wHLtorwiinltp e\cn avffcrcr
t4tztc (
Stilrik "III .It'., .
Seven rand Makers. Over 200 different Trfat FIRST-CLASS '
by tiUkirpwtTaM..U '' liojrt>>
,J Parties-intending to purchase can make ,
: : HECTOR 1' styles now iti;onr warerdouts. 'Elegant ; W6\1on't want your money until -yoa are .. --
.1J.11.J'.. .E'rat. .. _.: ; enquiries. Dr. G. "". 'Hobncs or.IIun. > perfectly satUfleil of thelrcuratlve powers. If
.:.... .. .... ,' Pianos $2U ; Organs 490. yourlliu U worth suvngd.on't Mgy In b"ivUig -',::, C4oie Li1lnOP3t Wm d Coarse
;;: .. ...... I \Y IL SUarpe For .terms:ad-furthe Easiest InstlllUenFr.enu$.. Sent on,trial. thc"C wdersatrial. as they will snrely curu \1 ,: 'IruLu..iu1...!. s .... '., .-.
.e'and Every Inducement that 'responsible rrice,for large box:, $J.OO or! Boxes for
..- part.rulars address A. P. Pcri :ani Quit- any you. I ICanadl1 tC 'Be1)vays! on ilraugh.! G
;. ., t' House can otl r. Competition with' the a 19.90. rent to any part of the United Slates or .u' l 1,
.," .Gakor1Q'C. Perham City Point Fla. ;by mdt1 on J"t''clpt of price::AUMress. .
i >aatt world. Don't fall: to send for our Catalogue ASII t iLOIWISS" ...Lt. : '
iieneral or confer wjtU Captain Peter Wright of and fall Price LUUUSS2. Address 1) 31:0 Fulton IItn-et. Brooklyn.X.l. NAVAL:1. BA111IIlHIICory. E .
Mw.dPir+ i4 aiMuusrS
tiop''i3flst" who will Wot Medical Dmctor Shirr.S,N. d4rea
the fast sailing Into & Bate1'Mum -
House .G-L .
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:? 1' MERCHANT. ,, carryOTSTEES' The Great Wholtwle Piano ti Organ Depot Or Falling Sickness :L.ita+u Cseasv G4a:.
a4 UtvtralM"NO
KM ft:z Y
of the South. tSAX.E bask. Ie aU ... au4 ,..
Xe1b cuml-So Humbug
Permanently one
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f mber1Oth Florida. Month's nsjute of Dr. tloulanr Celebrated Infallible ....... 'Jle."I M.
r'.IY...1880., -!. d ft 47 T.ZEL3JJEES IF bn kit rowders. To convince" sufferers l r.a.rr&aa.;mr!UK.
thut these powder will lo all wu claim for '

Will ship Oysters,' to order by steamer A flat-bottomed boat, slooprigged.Twentythree them Free Trial we will>03 send:. As them Dr.by Uoulanl: mall post is the paid only a "PATENT.HO: ;PAY."

to points onthe Indian and St.John feet long; with a-comforta i'hy slclan that has ever made this dl ea+ea Obtained for. Mech nial le-
t hit!dlt lift Rltt, G- Riven shed, gallon: '.' ble'cabinj: and'new "sails. Oood breadthof special study.and as to our knowledge thousands -I PATS HTS' view;Comp unl1t1. Prsljrns.and .
: w or : have been permanently cruel by the Lab lAU,pirlln4niirj* xamlnatlon'j
beam ne of these Powders, we will nRtantcfll a of Invention*, free. Our
u' Je'but" or insuring pobd carrying capacity, as to pat ntabU1ty:
bedded Oyiters in large"Mailorders In refund "*..
permanent cure every case or you n Ukle for oblalnlABr lal .
'' "' is and sails xpeftfid: All sufferers should
'T or tar ; Boat petf t1Y'tight" well.- ait money' verywheje--A ldr *-LOl;lSlUGGlm'.t:: CO.
3.r ac .toJ ic.Ia st ,.t these powders an early alai and be convinced D C. -
: "_\\ iUitiso's'6ip'15irtle to'order .AL o s good Wte, <.! rtimll sizes< Price, fortargr brnIt-Jle'lor 4 boxes for 10.no
;;THRESHERS 6"For further'particnlars addrew 't1rk'JJ1ywhereh For farther particulars Sent by mail to any port of the L.5.or Canadaon } ." .
J.' '9tlrhi't; f r:;&;t$TA1IVFICE: a.I t'Ivj" receipt of price,or by-cxpress, C.O.D. 1 nl"HRSWTEJ-( = "
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-Agricultural. ." -BI lJoek'- \blood is used y'' on a large .r calities. Scrub cattle cannot be i profitaj 1 1I j Selected Humor. I All -Alone. '
'I scale ad a manure, but chiefly for mixing I bly grown.any where. ," : "I am'soriy' to hear of your: uncle How the House Behaves When
A ton of Condon sewage contains only, -*,it ii'Other fertilizers. In its natu- Down to 1859, Mr. Mulhall says, the having drowned himself at sea," said I' by Itself. lef\

three pounds of solid matter. ral state blood contains about three percent United States used at intervals' import Gilhooly, to an influential citizen of When the house i is ;alone by its&Jt'ft.,

It appears' from Pliny's description. of nitrogen; when dried it contains wheat from' Europe, whereas it Austin, who wore a sad look and crape ; experienced persons may believe thiW

that the rhododendron'of,the ancients, twelve per cent.' It takes an excellent produces at present one-half of the j on his lut. "Yes, it was very sad." behaves exactly as it does when the
so, poisonous, to-nnimal life i wis; what manure for turnips when mixed world's crop. Previously to 1805 Australia j: "Did he have any grounds for it ?" are people in it ; but this is a delusion
., phosphatic was led with Chilian flour, but j! as will discover if
we call oleander.An with bone-dust or guano. : "How the mischief could he have any you you are e ver left

Ohio farmer name the Mammoth Mixed, with peat or mold it may be applied some of the Australian colonies now j i i grounds for' it out at sea, where the alone in it at midnight; sitting ,up fo

Pearl as the potato to take the place of i as a top-dressing to wheat crops annually export twenty bushels of grain (1 I water is a mile and a half deep.'* the rest of the family; at this hour!hi
and to laud. lr inhabitant. Facilities for transpor- true disposition will reveal -
which itself.
the Peach-blow, against chargesof grass I I
When Brown failed to
tation have far improved that wheat J Jgrown
are To catch it at its best
deterioration mad pretend
A notable event in connection with on the )1 issi. ippi or in New !! young lady who slapped his hands at tdlt-
tire out the
The, drought has so seriously affectedthe the Chicago show was the sale of an ; Zealand is: sold as cheaply in Eurojie as I J j I Copenhagen, Fogg remarked that it was stairs., put Afterward gas or lamp and go ip

wheat crop of Australia that farm- Angus (polled) cow for $1300. It is | that raised on the Dun or Danube.A i quite a marine disaster. "A smack than come down' softly

ers of this country need not fear Aus- quite safe to predict, knowing of what .-- lost, you know," he exclaimed, in answer light no more one lamp, 'goin

tralian competition the coming year. stuff these black polled cattle! are made, Fortunate Adventurer.The to the interrogating glances levelled the empty room and seat yourself'attable *'
with something to read.
Salt is used to destroy the onion magI I that one day, when they are sufficiently the at him from all sides.
recent dispatch announcing
: Xo sooner that have
got with', partial success. About the I numerous to afford it and their beef you done so than
discovery of gold on the Yukon river Jones the lather : "Strange, will hear a little chip
through you
1st of ,July, sow two bushels to the will be on exhibition, it will come into chip
the J too with the inla..lm recall one of,the romantic I never can grow a good beard, anllet chip, along the top of the room a small
acre; the salt' also hasten maturityof successful competition, life.
of Western mining
experiences grandfather had one three feet sound, but ersistent. It is
the'crop.. Short-horn beef and run the white- fmy evidently
Thla..ka dioveriT, whose name I I long." Hair-dresser : Can't account the wall paper coming off, and you decide .
Herefonls closelY.-tu"lltf'fl'
Everything po'uu' to anot't-r, periodIn faced very should have been given as Scheiffeliii I
for it sir unless take after after some tribulation
!j you your that if it
Magazine. I
England of live stock contagion.
instead of Schuffeli-as was telegraphedis grandmother." does come off you can't help it
:Both foot and mouth disease and p'.euro-1 I i The finest plantation in Alabama the man who located tin rich j(I with book. and'go
pneumonia are appearing in unexpected I j i the Oswichee Bend place-of 4UUO acre, mines at Tomb store, Arizona, and j I|I "Xo," exclaimed Mr. Peanecker. As your sit with your look
places. : was sold the other day to Mr. Hatcher, founded and named the town. The I j I "Xo, madam, I object most decidedly. you in your

There are almost a score'of incubatorsin of: Columbus, for $30.200. This is less story of the "find" is a remarkable one. I I i Once and for all I say it-the girls shall hand you begin is to be quite sure' ,that
some one coming down
thi.u $8 an acre and Mr. Hatcher was and not be taught foreign languages." i stain:
operation at Hammonton, X. J., and "Ed" Scheiffeliii, with his brothers I !
Squeak squeak, squeak
there will be more chickens hatched offered $10,000 advance on his purchasethe one or two companions, was prospecting "And why not, pray?" said Mrs. P., I There is, there WhatfoDyl!
nobody to
week after he made it. In North with withering sarcasm. l"causp/' : up comedown;
there this season than ever before, the in Southern Arizona some four or five
but there-no. it is the
lands command readily from said Mr. P. with more withering sar- [,t stain
climate and soil, as well as location, be- Georgia years ago when the country contained Somebody is
ing specially adapted to the raising of $15 to $30 an acre along the railroads. comparatively few white men and was rasm, "because. Mrs. I>., one tongue is coming up
Squeak Well if it is
The value of lands in Georgia I enough for woman !" snap a robber
poultry.A average overrun by hostile Apac-hes. The party. any
" you might as well face him. You
for to as returned for taxes, is $:t 12 an acre. in Western parlance, were "down on "Annie is it to this 'ere tan
good guide feeding grain The demand for good horses increases proper say get the poker and stand with your back
cattle is one pound to each hundred of despite the enlarged use of steam ma- their luck.*' They had male no strikes, that 'ere ?" "Why, Kate of course against the wall. Nobody comes up.

their weight., Most animals eat in proportion and their supplies were running low. not." ",Well, I don't know whether it Finally decide that
chinery in all kinds of business. Thereare you are a goose
to their weight, and an animal probably more horses now used to It was a condition of affairs which is proper or not, but I feel cold in this pot the poker down,get a magazine andtry
weighing 1000 pounds may receive ten Scheiffelin was inured to, for he had ear from that air." to read.
cart product to and from railroad stations -
been so reduced as to live on meal and
pounds grain.pt'r day. than were ever required for the "What on earth makes you announce There, that's the door. You heard
beans given him in ramp as an act of
Martindale Catkins, a discouraged stage routes that the railroads super- charit)". Finally they resolved in des- that you extract teeth without pain ? the lock turn. They are coming J home,

fruit-grower in Western New York, is seded. Yet, when the steam engine eration.. to start across into what is Didn't I hear every patient you had up Yon run to the back door, unlock and

digging out a fifty acre apple orchard, came into general use for transportation now known as the Tombstone district here yell ?" "You did, sir," replies the unbolt it, and peep out. Xobody i*

planted twenty years ago. It bas never .many, believed that the days of Other prospectors had kept away from llE'rilntetic dentist, "but those were there, but as you linger the door gives a

borne but one ,full crop, and then the horse-breeders were over. shrinks of joy which they uttered, sir! click that makes you jump.
I fear of the Indians. The country was
price was too low to pay for picking. English experience shows that the I dry and desolate, and contained but They were so delighted, sir, at being By daylight, neither lock nor stain

Arthur S. Core,of Mount Vernon, X. quantity of farm-yard manure producedin I little game. The few !intruders had painlessly relieved that they could not make any of these noises unless they are

Y., grew two crops of potatoes last; year feeding cattle may vary from one- never returned. restrain their enthusiasm.* touched or trodden on.

on the same land. The second crop half to three-fourths the amount of When Scheiffelhfs little party an- A lady taking tea at a small company, You go back to the parlor in a hurry

f.: was shortened by drought ; but in a food consumed and the straw used as nounced their determination it was being: very fond of hot rolls, was askedto with a feeling that the next thing you

c good season he thinks two crops may litter. A ton of dry food, such as grain, generally predicted that they would have another "Really, I cannot," know something may catch you by the

be made profitable where land is scarce.Professor cake, hay or straw, yields when fed meet death by Apache bullets or by she modestly replied ; "I don't know back hair and try to remember where

.K. about two tons of dung. A ton of starvation. "All you will find will be how many I have eaten already." "I you left off.
I J. L. Budd says the scions green food, however, such as clover, tombstone the sarcastic do cried Xow it is the table that snaps and
your was unexpectedly a juvenile up-
of Russian to the Iowa
i apples
vetches, mangel, turnips or cabbage, farewell of a miner as the adventurous start, whose mother had allowed him a cracks as if spiritualist knocks were
cultural College were judiciously selected does not afford, on an average, more band started into the barren hills. They seat at the table. "You've eaten eight hidden in its mahogany. You do not

from :varieties grown in the latitude than half a ton of dung.A journeyed through cacti and mesquite, I've been a counting !" lean on it heavily without this result, *
; of St. Petersburg and Moscow, and he
plan in use in South Australia for crossed arroyas and climbed hills, ex- but it fidgets you, and you take an easy
l' prophesies their future success in this Miss Matilda Snowkill, who is blacker chair and put the look on knee
leading cattle, said to be very effective, amining ledges and croppings. and scru- your
, country. is as follows : Tie the end of the rope tinizing every rock for signs of pay ore than the ace of spades, has been fillingan Your eyes wander up and down the

r Soot contains a small percentage of around the base of the near horn ; petss that might lead to the discovery of a appointment as "a cook lady in the page, and you grow dreamy, when, apparently -

M nitrogen. Used alone it makes an excellent the line across the forehead, back behind vein. All the time they kept a keen family of Colonel Y t'rger. A few evenings the liook-case tires off a pistol

i top-dressing for spring grain and the horns and under the lack of outlook for Aniches. They slept riflesin ago Matilda came into the parlor, At least a loud, fierce crack comes

: grass, bejng quick in its action without the near ear, thence up between the lucid, while a faithful watch was where Mrs. Yerger was sitting, sewing, from the heart of that piece of furniture -

I being too stimulating. It has also the ropes and the animal's forehead. When kept throughout the night. Hut they by the fire. Matilda had a very sly expression so loud, so fierce that you jumpto

property of destroying slugs on winter hauled taut a hitch is made which takesin found nothing. on her face and something hid your feet trembling.

grain. the ear, the least pressure upon Footsore, weary and discouraged they under her apron. "What have you got You cannot stand the parlor any

; / Many so-called cases of pear blight which by pulling the rope, it is said, camped on the site of the present town there?" asked Mrs. Yerger.hA young more. You go up stairs.

4 are due to other causes than blight. prevents the most obstinate beast from of Toinljstone. Their provisions were geimnan lielongin' to one of de fust Xo sooner tlo you get there than it

. Quite often trees are said to be blighted hanging back. nearly exhausted. It "imperative families ob Austin has been paying me seems to you that somebody is walking

from too much manure when in fact, Take good care of the breeding sows, for them to find food at once or give up 'tensions and I 'lowed ter s'prise him on the roof. If the house is a detachedone

the heavy doses of manure water would They are abut the most valuable of our their attempt and turn backward. One wid my picture tuken fur ter s'prisehim and the thing is impossible, that

have killed an oak or butternut .as farm stock just now. Let their feed be of the arty, taking his rifle went out wid.'' Mrs. Yerger looked at the picture makes it all the more mysterious. ,
quickly it killed the and of ds and near} fell out of her chair with Nothing ever moaned in the chimney
as pear. generous, not exclusively corn. to hunt for a 'er. In his absence the
Clover hay run through the cutting-box others almost hopelessly begun examining amazement. "Wh), this cant be you, before, but something moans now.
It is bad policy to wash harness with Matilda. It is the picture of a white There is in the bath
and then scalded, with a liberal mixingof the rocky ground near the ramp a ghostly step
soap, as the, potash injures leather. If equal quantities, by measure, of corn- and at last Fortune l'I'1)\'Il1dc.1. When woman, with red hair and blue eyes.*' room. You find out afterward that it

the harness becomes rusty rub .off the oats and wheat bran makes about sis the ]hunter returned he learned that he "Dat's where de s'prise comes in. I is the tap dripping, but you do not dare

dirt as well as jxissible with a soft brush good a ration as can lx giving them at and his comrades were millionaire paid de fotographic man two bits fur to look at the time.And '

and supply a dressing of grain black this tune of the year, and will keep They had found a rich out-cropping of dat ar picture.*' it is evident that there is'something
followed with oil tallow which will ,
or them in the test of health, and bring ore that hinted at the wealth beneath A.gentleman having a little toddler up the chimney-you would not; '
fasten the color and make the leather
good, strong, vigorous pigs.-E itomlnt. their feet. They "loaded" their with,him the other day, stopped at a.. like to ask what. i

pliable.In An English writer suggests the IIU claims and ortt r a period of waiting ; confectioner's, and purchased two balls If you have gas it bobs up and down

the Island of Jamaica splendid sibility of compressing green fodder into partially developed them. of pop-corn. He gave one ball to the in a phantom dance. If you have i

cattle are raised on Guinea grass, many small bales by means of a press something In May 1880, Ed." Scheiffelin child, and the confectioner placed the lamp it goes out in a blue explosion.? If
weighing 2000 pounds or more after being other in you have a candle a shroud plainly enwraps
like a hay press, and piling;: these and his brothers sold their share in a.paper sack. Then the two
: dressed. Thousands of acres in wended their the wick and falls toward you.
bales in any convenient building, fillingup these mines for a round million to a way homeward, meetingas
Guinea grass can be seen in some partsof the crevices between the bales and Philadelphia syndicate. Now a town they proceeded two ragged urchins, The blinds shake as if a hand clutched

the island stretching for miles on the the space between the hales and the of some 5000 inhabitants stands on the whom the man stopped and made a divy them, and finally a doleful cat begin*
hillsides and plains and stocked with of the to moan in the cellar. You do not
walls with chaff. This he thinks wouldbe ground where the penniless adventurers remaining popcorn ball. "Ain'the
the finest imparted cattle from England. as well as to pack the fodder in an camped. When the news of the strike i a good man I" was the exclamation keep a cat, and this finishes you.

Care should be used hi selecting the underground silo, and press it all at went out and prospectors rushed in I that greeted him as he walked away. You pretend to read no longer, and

proper soil for each vegetable. The long once with heavy weights, and at the Scheiffelin. as the "oldest inhabitant"and The little toddler then broke forth : sitting with a towel over your head and

varieties of beets, carrots and parsnips same time could be stored away or fed i founder, was asked to name the "Papa, don't you know what they said face, and hearing something below go

should never be grown in heavy soil that out much more easily.A town. He recalled the parting words that for?" "}(0; why?" "'Cause they "Shew, chew, shew:," like a little'saw,'

packs easily. There are kinds more writer makes the following good of the miner when he started out. and don't know you." The silence was only you believe in the old ghost stories.

suitable, such as those that grow partly suggestion to the Husbandman: Save said : Call it Tombstone." The out- broken by the munching of the corn. Ten minutes afterward the bell rings;

out of the ground, but sandy or open the buckwheat chaff and use it as an crop tirst discovered was supposed to be As an Eastern train was nearing the belated one comes home; the lightsare

light soils are best for the long varieties. absorbent in the cow stable. Being from a vein, but, on exploration haspro"ed Cheyenne a drummer made an insulting lit ; perhaps something must be got

fine and mild it makes of the best to indicate rich in out to eat. People talk and tell where
According to French the one a deposit, remark to a lady whose acquaintance he
;: authority lone
absorbents for this lIe of which there is immense they have been, and ask if you are
production of beet-root'sugar in Europethis i purpose. finds place now an had made. The. lady rose to her feet

year amounts to 1,920.000 tons, an a corn basket full (one and a half bush- yawning gulf. Several claims were laid and called out, "Has any man in this some.And :Xo step is i '
els will absorb all the urine from out which have since been not a stair creaks.
increase of 137.500 tons over last year. ) ten developedinto earn io.ilver about him ? If there is I
in'the front f
Germany is still the greatest producer, cows over night and keep thl"Bll1rr and mines, and some probably worked wish he would lend it to me and I'll put heard on the roof; no click table

heading the list with ".;:;,000 tons; Austrian clean. lIe has made a practice of saying out. but they still bear the tuneful an cad to this scoundrel's insults!" door. either book-case nor
all of his and of his names of "Owl's Last Hoot "Lucky cracks. The house has on its company
Hungary ranks next, with 450,000 own buying drummer rushed to the end of the out how
tons ; France third, with 410,000tons; neighbors for$1 per load of fifty baskets, Cuss," Tough :x ut" and "Good car and jumped off, going into Cheyenney manners-only you have found
and it '* while is named the "Tri- it haws when it is alone.
prays welL Enough one th e back door.
Polish Russia fourth, with 73OOO;: tons.
The war between the Shorthorn and bune." But Scheiffelin was too thor- .

A young colt was recently sold for the Hereford breeders continues in the oughly infected with the mining fever ONE Goon WAY to utilize bits of

several thousand dollars, and the lesson West. The claim of Shorthorn breeders to be content with his suddenly acquired A shipment of 300 bushels of red-oak cold venison is to chop them fine, then

t is thus taught farmers that the reputation that the cows are better milkers is riches. Within the last year he acorns has been made to Germany for heat with some of the gravy left from

of the parents places value on an taken as indicating their inferiority as j i 1 fitted out a small steamer at San Francisco planting on untillable hillsides. This dinner or, if you have none with I

:animal fore it is tried on its own mer- beef producers. Nature does not give gathered about him a party of tree is found to do well in Europe and little water, in which you put'a generous

its. This little colt may in the future superiority in both these respects to one adventurers and started to seek the its wood is valuable. The acorns were lump of butter; season with pepper

prove worthless, or it may be superiorto animal. One advantageous result of golden fleece in the frozen wilds of gathered in Missouri:; at an average cost and salt ; then fill some patty-pans with

its parents, but the fact of its being the controversy is that good stock of one I Alaska. Xow, if the report be true, it of $1 per bushel. The same party has the venison and cover the top with

well bred gave it a high' value. Farmers, breed or the other will replace the in- 1 appears that Fortune has again proved I also shipped 180 bushels of pignuts for crust., Bake. until,the crust is "dont
improve stock. his friend.-X Y. Tribune. t ,
your ferior animals now grown in some' >- mil.ir >tlt'pH f"' brown., '


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f?: NO, MORE; Commercial#* Law. not satisfied ,by sale on foreclosure.But The Dominical Letter.As Signatures made with a lead pencilare
'f.r rJ!" if he purchases the property of the
; ::: lii morethe leaves fell t ei, DIPJ. good in law.Principals .
-. *> Brief of Late Decisions. and of the contract an explanation of the meaningand
mortgagee a part
I jSS was overcast; ,
: &Iae beaTen for the acts
are responsible
<< all each other's PROMISSORY_NOTE AND TENDER.An .- use of the Dominical letter is seldom -
" looked into eyes- of purchase assumes and agrees to pay of their
i 51 kissed one kiss between our 81ghift action was brought to recover the the mortgage indebtedness he becomes found in any book or paper, per- agents. M
wi and the last Xo consideration is sufficient in law
the am kuj ;value of' certain bonds which had been personally liable and an appropriate haps an article respecting it may not be

.In niia.e wait with soul a'"u ast- pledged with a banker for the paymentof action may be obtained against him to unin'erest ing to many rural readers. The if it be illegal in its nature.
silence vast Checks
Wo:Come:mow protests across the faint, come faint repheaInJife. a note, and which the holder of the enforce his liability under the contract. writer heard it explained by one of his or drafts must lie presentedfor
' no more! note had converted to his own use. The Where a party receives a warranty deed teachers some years since,but has never payment unreasonable delay. i

: Wo aan in dalliance or in haste, maker of the note tendered the princi- containing a clause that it is made subject seen an explanation in print, thoughsome A note in obtained by fraud, or from a .'
';1b April airs or autumn heartache blast flies pal and interest on the note on the day to a mortgage given upon the land old arithmetic is said to contain person a state intoxication, cannotbe
.: We meet-and every. ; it. collected.
: w.kiss and all division dies; when, by its express terms, it was pay by the grantor to a third person this of
Wo more!-the moment came,and passed- able, and"demanded the bonds pledged. itself will create no personal liability on The first seven letters of the alphabetare Notice of protest may be sent eitherto

r; -,- -.In life,.no.more. The holder refused to take the amount the part of the grantee to pay the to lie used for the purpose of determining the place of business or resident of
: Sanitary.If and give up the bonds because he outstanding bacumbrance.-Happ vs. ,: the day of the week, or month, the party notified.An .

claimed the right to hold the bonds as Stoner, Supreme Court of Illinois. I without referring to the calender or indorsi-e has a right of action

the arnica with which bruised security for the payment of another almanac. Let us observe, in the first against all whose names were on the
heated its ef PATEs .-The life of an American place how these letters bill when he received it.An .
is good
Bmbs i are, bathed claim he had against the maker of the are applied to

.fedB'are_ perceptible much earlier than note. The defence set up was that the patent granted for a foreign invention the days of the year. The first day ot indorser may prevent his own liability -

while cold. If arnica Ls must be limited to the end of the term the is the to be sued by writing "without
if it is applied tender of the principal' and interest of year designated by letter A,

to' betaken as a remedy, as so many the note could not be legally made be- of the foreign patent. A subsequent the second B, the third by C, and so on recourse" or !-imilar.wo ll.

( in of extension of the foreign patent can not the letter If two or more j ersons as parties are
physicians recommend cases severe fore the note was due, and that its it relating for every seven
1 with he invoked to extend the term of the Now jointly liable on a note or bill due notice
sprains, it should ,* prepared carried grace it did not fall due until days. by continuing thus through ,

f water in,this proportion : ,A teaspoon- three days after the ,tender v as made domestic patent. Bate Refrigerator the year and noting the letters which to one of them is sufficient.

ul of arnica in a goblet two-thirds full The court said : 1. The parties having Company vs. Gillett, United States fall on the first day of the months we lithe letter containing a protest of

of this teaspoonful is Circuit Court, District New Jersey.A shall find that in non-iviyment lie put into the postoffice,
of water, and a toI treated the note as due on the day when they occur the follow-

be taken once an hour or once in two I; by its terms it was payable, the rightsof patent for a result must be limitedto ing order, A, 1), D, G, B, E, G, C, F, any miscarriage does not affect the

hours, 'as the severity of the case,determine third persons not having intervened, the mechanical devices shown in the 4H, F. These twelve (seven different party giving notice.

8. the days of grace must be considered as latent whereby that result is securedA ) letters constitute the basis of reckoning Each individual in a partnership is

"doctors "-and mere mode of manipulating or work. for A responsible for the whole amount of the
When disagree as waived. 2. A banker or broker has no any year. always designatiug

the opinions no two nurses agree as lien upon securities pledged with him ing a printing press whereby it i is madeto the first day of January, D the first debts of the firm, excel t in cases of a

i,: 'to whether it is safe or,not to quiet the for the payment of a particular debt fora perform a new kind of work without February, D the first of March, and special partnership.If .

baby's, colic with peppermint or with general balance due him, or for the any substantial change in its mechanism so on. The following couplet will as- a note is lost or stolen it lines not

the jmild and fragrant anis-it is cheering payment of any other claim whatever. is not patentable. When a iwitent sist in remembering their order. release the maker; he must pay it if the

tobe told that a little warm water, Wycoff vs. Anthony, Xew York Courtof is for a combination thenis no infringement At Dover Dwell George Brown Esquire, consderaton: for which it was given
unless all the parts of the (Joo witn'nothing in it, will do the work as Appeals. and the amount can be proven.
combination shown in the latent, or Let us now consider how the seven
effectively and with no danger of injury SUBSCRIPTION lLITy.-Certain Part payment of debt which has
I known substitutes therefor are u letters are applied to the day of the i
to'the stomach of the smallest child.-'\ persons subscribed to build a cheese I Bussed the time of statutory limitation
will if I Goss et al. vs. Cameron et al., United week. Since A always designates the revives the whole debt and the claim
small bag containing some hops factory and the subscriptions were made ,
States Circuit Court first day of the year it necessarily designates .
Northern Circuitof ,
to the stomach holds good for another period from the
heated and applied give payable to the building committee, who !
Illinois. the day of the week on which
relief. Do not wet the hops, for the were named in the subscription i< '>rand late of such partial payment.
it occurs also B the
I ; followijg,
dry heat is just as efficacious and much I who were also subscribers. One of "Value received" is usually writtenin
so; on. If the first of
I January occurson
less inconvenient. the subscribers refusing to pay after English, Irish and Scotch. Friday, then A will designate Eri- a note, and should be, but it is notnecessary.

LOOK TO HEALTH.-The liver is the some of the subscriptions had been paidin If not 'written, it is presumed -
day B Saturday ,&c. if
on Tuesday
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and like that the building committee saed him. by the law, or may be suppliedby
assistant o>{the.stomach, Looking the imputation the three then A will designate Tuesday, B Wednesday -
that it be in its best possible The defendant pleaded that! the com- proof.If .
organ, may &c We then
it be that the
kingdoms may easily perceivedthat : see, same
when the (debt is due the debtor is
food mittee had to and also
condition, it demands simple nu- no authority sue
there is a considerable difference letter designates different days of the
of the State the limitation does
out not
tritious and of disgestion taken at that, as the subscription was voluntary ,
easy them with regard to week in different but the
among ;: temi era- years, same
to until he If he
begin returns.
proper times and moderate. quantities, only, he was under no legal obligationto ment. The Irish are gay, ardent; the day of the week throughout the same
afterward leaves the State the time for-
it. The court ,
thoroughly chewed, and as thoroughly pay gave judgment Scotch cool
are comparatively steady year.
against the defendant and said The ward counts the same as if he remainedin
insalivated that the starches may be :
and cautious; the English are, perhaps, By knowing the letter designating a ,, the State.
chemically changed. While the excessive undertaking, while it was inchoate and
a fair average between the two. particular day of the week, we know at
use of fats and sweets tax and irritate incomplete, was not binding on the de The maker of an "accommodation"bill
We remember it was not inelegantly once the letters for the other days of the
acids are in special demand in the fendant. It was without a consideration. or note (one for which he had received -
r, served by a friend that an Englishman week. The letter designating Sunday
'weather of It was not a sufficient consideration no consideration), having let his
warm as a means purification -
thinks and Scotchman thinks
speaks; a lathe one fixed on from which to reckon.It .
and cooling, this being particularly that others joined in the same name or credit for the benefit of the
twice before he speaks, and an Irishman is generally given in the almanac,
true'In the early hot weather. promise relying on his promise. The holder, is bound to all parties, preciselyas
peaks before he thinks. A lady presen- and is called (lies Dor/urn), Lord's day,
In my own experience I find no acidso defendant might then have withdrawn if there was a good consideration.
added: "A Scotchman thinks with his or Sunday letter.
veil adapted to the wants of the from the he could continuein
project, or head, an IrLslunan with his heart." Since that day of the week on which The holder of a note may give noticeof
stomach and liver as the acid phos- it until it and subscriptions
was completed This allusion to impulse operating more the first of January occurs designated protest either to all the previous in-
phate, as an aid to digestion. Indeed in and then
paid, as this case, rapidly than deliberation is akin to Miss by A, the day following is B, etc., we dorsersor, only to one of them ;in case of
; the pure fruit acids I consider far superior he would be bound. The
: building com- Edgeworth's remark that an Irishman readily ascertain the Dominical letter, as the latter, he must select the last in-
to vinegar, which at best is the mittee to for
were competent parties sue may err with his head, never with his it is the one falling on Sunday. Thus, dorser, and the last must give notice to
product of putrefaction. To secure the the Under
subscription. the agreement heart; the truth, however, being that he when the first of January occurs on the last before him, and so on. Each
best effects from all acids-if acids cool to be and sub-
they were paid being obeys his heart, not always waiting for Wednesday, the letter falling on Sunday indorser must send notice the same eay
and sweets heat-they should be used scribers themselves
they representedthe the dictates of his head. Some years is E, which is the Sunday or Dominical or the following day. Neither Sundaynor
without association. Carr Bartlett
commence sugar.I the use of this acid in Court of-Maine. vs. ago there was a caricature very graphically letter for the year. The first of January legal holidays are to l>e counted in

,the spring as a table drink, adding just Supreme portraying these grades of differ- this :year occurred on Saturday, and reckoning the time.in which notice is to

enough of it to water to make it agree- MARRIED WOMAN'S N OTE.-A mar- ence in the ardor of the three nations. the Sunday or Dominical letter is B. be given.

able,and continue it during the warm ried woman gave her husband an or- An Englishman, an Irishman and a Xow, on what day of the week will the When in a suit on a promissory noteit

note which he had Scotchman represented looking 4th of ? the the is to be void because it had
weather, at any time in the day whena dinary promissory were :; as July occur By couplet, adjudged

drink is demanded, depending on it at discounted. When she was sued uponit through a confectioner's window at the first of July is G. Then the 4th is C, or been altered in a material 1)o'\l1..the

any season when an acid to the,stomachor by the bank she set up the defence beautiful young women serving in the Monday. On what day will Christmasoccur holder of the note can recover on the

liver seems in demand. We are well that she was not bound to pay it. The shop. "'Oh!" exclaims Mr. Patrick, ? The 1st of December is F ; oirignal consideration paid for the note

satisfied with its 'use, and feel that it bank claimed that the law would imply a'do let us be spending a half crown then the Sid is F and the 2.3th B, or without returning or offering to return

is of service to us in the matter of the that her estate was benefited by with the dear crayture, that we may Sunday. Again, it is the second Wednesday the note. J

.sustenance of the brain and nerves. the discount. The court decMed for look at her convaniently and have a bit of May, what day of the monthis -- ..

The female winker of tea, and the the defendant, and said: "A married of chat with her." ''Y ou extravagantdog it ? The 1st of May is B, or Sunday, Woman's Hair In the Heart of

consequent victim of, neuralgia the woman cannot bind herself by contract !" said Mr. George; "I'm sure half I then Wednesday is the 4th, and the second Trees. ...

tea is strong cannot do better than to unless the obligation is created by her the money would do quite as well. But Wednesday 11th. It is the third

discard ,her neuralgia-producer, and for the benefit of her separate estate, let us go in by all means;she is a charming I Friday in Octoberwhat day of the monthis The Tribune recently copied from the

substitute this highly agreeable and or in the transactions of a trade or girl." "Ah! wait a wee !" interposed it ? The first of October is A, or London Telryraph a paragraph about a

valuable drink, since her nerves need business carried on by her. If a noteis )[r. Andrew, 'dinna ye ken it'llserve Saturday, then Friday is the 7th, and lock of hair found'in the centre of an

nutrition far more than a fruitless given by her for property purchased, our purpose equally weal just to the third Friday is the 21st. oak, placed there, the writer thought,

attempt to quiet and restrain them by she will bourn by it. But no implication ask the bonnie lassie to gie us twa sixpences The Sunday or Dominical of 1857 by a "too secretive lover." A subscriber,

opiates! Let her heed the cry of the presumption or impression will for a shilling,and inquire where'sMr. was D. Then the first of July being G, Mrs. .\. B. Tomlinson, of Knox, Pa., .

nerves for food, take an abundance of be raised by the making of a promis- Thompson house, and sic like? the 4th was C{ or Silt unlay. The 1st of does not accept that explanation. "In

such, with, a glass of this water on sory note that the money received by it ".t>'re no hungry, and may as well save May being B, was Friday. Then the olden times," she writes, "there was a

will benefit her business estate. To the .siller." firs the r th and the
Wig, and the neuralgia will soon or Wednesday was superstitious belief (and some believe in

abate. give an ordinary note force and effect .. .. second the 13th. There are two Dom- it at the present time) that certain diseases -

"Bow,can I whitten and soften against her, evidence outside of it must hrical letters for leap year. The first could IH: cured lIy the following

Bands?" is a question that is asked by my a be given to show that it was made for AnOld Servant Indeed. letter is used( for the first two months method: Place) the patient with her

correspondent. Doubtless the benefit of her separate state, or and the second, which is the letter preceding lack toward and close to an oak tree.
one to
do, this is' to avoid doing the way work in the course of her serrate business." Those who have noticed the correspondence the first in order of alphabet, Lay an auger on top of her head with

!nich has made hands -The Saratoga County Band vs. Prayn, in your columns on the subject is used for the remaining ten months the point toward the tree. Then bore a

,and'dark, but often your this work can rough be New York Court of Appeals. of long and faithful service will lie and compensates for the additional dayin hole deep into the tree, remove the auger -

dOJi -Jrith such care that the hands will XEW PRMISE.-To take a debt out interested in the following case which I February. The Dominical letter of and cut of the lock of hair directly

?A'be injured. If ones is obliged;: toP of a statute of limitations, the new think has rarely Keen paralleled : When any year is the letter preceding, in the beneath it. Wrap the lock of hair in averse

***? ',her house, to empty the ash promise must t>e definite and show the C. E. was six years old (one year before onler of the alphabet, the Dominica taken fror the Bible. Then

fnta grate or stove, and to wash; dishes nature and amount of the debt, or must he could legally 11l' boiuid apprentice letter of the preceding. year. take a wooden plug, place the hair and
refer to to the of Farmer > verse at the end of it anti I while
.wecannot distinctly some writing or ) he entered employ muttering -
expect to keep her hands as Business Law in Daily Use.Tht .
white,"as, idle hands are; but if she some other means by which the nature R. 'l'hi1L"in the year 1'lti. From something) akin to 'I do this in

fakes the-'eca.Utiull to and amount of it can be ascertained.Or that time until the year 1871V-for eighty the name of the Father, Son and Holy
put on a pair of following brief law points wil
old gloves tr, mittens there must lie an acknowledgementof yearshe continued in the service of Ghost.' drive it far into the heart of
when she sweeps not 1* bad for "the oys" to paste in
and is doing a present subsisting debt from whicha the same family, outliving two employers the tree. I have a girl working for meat
,dusty work one cause of their hats when they start out on their
!oug a akin will be removed. Then there promise to pay such debt may l>e im (father and son) aJult't'ino): a trips : the present time who Ls quite positive

an!:,Preparations which one may use ; plied. But a more distinct promise is third (who is grandson of the first) well .A note by a minor is void. that she had the phthisic cured in that

Peered borax is excellent to soften required to deprive a bankrupt of the advanced in years. This faithful servant It is fraud to conceal a fraud. way, and I suppose some time in the

aan. A mixture which is said to exemption secured by his certificate, and his wife are now alive, though A note made on Sunday is void. future her lock of hair, also red, will be

b*!"ore,cure for undue and it has ben held that even a paymentof somewtat burdened with the infirmitiesof discovered in the heart of an oak, and
perspiration of Ignorance of the law excuses no one.
"glands is made of interest or principal indorsed on the old age. I know this worthy old there will be another article in a paper
quarter an A contract made with a lunatic is
**,<*.,Powdered alum, the white of note by the debtor himself is sufficientto couple well and am able to say that they about another too secretive lover, when,

one egg": and enough bran to make a warrant a jury in referring a new are tenderly cared for in their old age. void.Xotes if they could only know that phthisic

tJ *Paste;: after washing your hands promise to pay the rest due of the debt. bear interest only when so was the cause of it being there how' un-

1ppIj,this t let it remain -Riggs vs. Roberts, Supreme Court of stated. rcmantic it would sound.",
for I two or three, on your hands North Carolina. The tendency of modem practice in The act of one partner bind the rest. I
... Off with and then manuring with commercial fertilizers is An agreement without consideration The first society for the exclusive purpose -
a soft dry towel. Luke- MORTGAGE. grantee of a mort-
1rInn water is to use readily soluable and quick-acting is void. of circulating the Bible was organized -
better than hot cold or wh merely purchases the equityof
or gage
tf the,8kin 15 inclined manures,but to use them sparingly at a Contracts mode on Sunday cannot be in 1805, under the ,name of the
to be tender or to redemption is not liable to the mort-
time. Little and often is the rule. enforced. Fritish and Foreign Bible Society.Ya .
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.. wind is from the ,' S. -_. -, J. C. 'NORWOOD &-CO.:, g"JI.\. :. L.EATCa: '
=The ni1o et. elands at 78 at 9 a. m. ,

Barometer indicates .. Fair. D'f.AT.1mS'IN DEALER 1'
Sun rises at 5:45 and sets at 6:21. REAL ESTATE AGENTS.ft

Moon rises at 4:07 p. m. STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES 'Titusville, Florida. GROCERIES,* -\
New moon the 7tn at 8:09 a.m.

LOCAI.;:lTEMS. Confectioneries, D. ell.\Y. PROVISIONg. '

a The Trading Boat; of Sanchez, was Failing Fine Tobaccos and DRY GOODS, ;

in town on Monday. CIGARS.
Hardware and General Merchanm '
,-:Wm. Scott Esq. was registered at the Florida.

, Titus House on Monday. That is ,what a great CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE, Vm. Scott. .t.)I.Thrn.lier.Titusville CITY 1'OIXT. FLORIDA.,

Mr..J..'M. BteUenwerf, of the Titus many people are doing. LAMPS FIXTURES Fla. Sanford Fla. ,3Iarch S. --4w- LiTHE ,'-

House has gone to Sanford.Mr. They don't know just what QCOTT & THRASHER, TROPICAL HOUSE

t G. W. Mackenzie has gone over is the matter, but they havea WOODEN & TIXWAUE. 3 ATTORXEYSATLAW.Sanford at lluckleilge, Indian River, Florida.

, to his fine place'on the Banana, river. combination of pains and Florida.Mr. S. Ryder. Owner rOlrJE'tor.\ \.
: : : .
E r \c -Mrs' A. A. Berry, of Oak Hill, was aches, and each month they Meal, Corn Scott is now located at Titnsville.Q .

: registered at the,Titus House last Friday. grow worse. *Keal Estate Law a 8peeia1it.r..; Tliis House is centrally]located at EocJ:;.

r i Minor S.Jones, Esq., editor of the ledge,in the far-fauittl Indian Hi ver region

, Indian River Jf.iut38 in town on Tues The only sure remedyyet Hay, ni. u. 3i.ifaivu, i. of Florida] ,and pos*esesallthe advantageof
found is BROWN'S IRON I Climate Health and
r day. SURVEYOR I Measure of tia
o, BITTERS, and this by rapid Etc.also COUNTY newly developed region of South
-Mr. J. W. Zellers arrived from St. Oats Florid:
: Lucie this morning with a boat load tf and thorough assimilationwith AND NOT AR'Y PUBLIC. Take steamer from Sanford for Lab

:i the blood purifies and I Poinsett,called Rockledge Landing
oysters.A. agents for Rockleilge, Florida. ;three
meeting of the Board of Public enriches it, and rich, strong miles carriage riding. Direct conncctioiu

Instruction was held at this place on blood flowing to every part Jacob Reeds' Sons, MINOR S. JOXES. from the House made with steamers.

.. Monday. of the system repairs the CLOTHIERS, Rates, $x.50 per day.

Remember that the Indian River wasted tissues, drives out ATTORNEYATLAW.Titusville Arranyeiuentsnadebythe Wttl or Montk.
disease and gives health and Samples to lie seen at store.
Athletes practice Saturday afternoon at -
strength.This Florida. PIONEER COOPERAGE

-Mr. .Capers King, of Orlando, \A is why BROWN'S & FANCY DRY GOODS M.E.. EXGI ISJl. Syrup Barrels 225.

spending a day or so with Mr. E. H. Rice IRON BITTERS will cure Notary Public State at Large. Gauged to order, ten cents extra

of this place. kidney and liver diseases, Beats1! Clotting & FnniisMDi Goods' Affidavits drawn ami all business ..entrustedo Honey Barrels, and Oval Water .
and A. D.
-Judge Hammond Capt. consumption, rheumatism, March. 1st 44 U, mo promptly attended to.
Johnston of Orlando; startedior Enterprise malaria --- Oilicc at Ills residence. BreakersFrom
neuralgia, dyspepsia,
this morning.Latest STll. ASTATULA, Titusville. S Florida. '
intermittent fevers, &c. : : $2.00 : r Up,
quotations from New .York: Will Leave
Tomatoes, $8 per bushel, New Irish Pota- )Ir. Simon Klanchard. a well- D.COW1E. Tanks 'J
known citizen of Hayes ville,:'Iudecou:1tr.Kentuckr.5&fS SALT LAKE and all kinds of Cooricn WORK
toes $8 per barrel and Oranges $5.50,.and : "My wife to order !

$6 per crate. had been sick for a long time and C"erednesda) & Saturdayat Physician and Surgeon. T.JOIIXSO.\, ?

-Mr. G. W. who has been her constitution was all broken 10 a. m. connecting at
Schuyler ,
icvn and she was unable to work. Florida. LaGrange : : Florida.
ntusvillc. ._..
stopping a few days at the Lund House: Sic wasLdyjed to use Crown's Iron Sanford and Enterprise, "
Tillers,and found it to work like a The Florida state Gazetteer
started for, Fernandina via r. CRAY.Watch .
charm.: We would not now be without with daily steamers CorJACKSONVILLE. S.
this morning.The it for any consideration as we and
consider it the Lest tome i.t the Maker and Jeweller.ALL .
Board of County Commissioners ....,:.L.. BUSINESS DIRECTORY,
and their labors -: "WORK WARRANTED.Work .
met Monday completed o: :
BRCWX'S IRON BITTERSis or orders loft with 1*. E. Wauer or 'at Contain;,,!! the wwr/jf., limnes tint;'. addmt
yesterday. Their proceedings will Returning Leaves Post >ttle.',Titii-.YiHe or with A. Brady at La
appear in our next edition. not a drink and does not l;ransro will receive prompt attention.. Will be -of the-
contain whiskey. It is the Sanford and Enterprise, in Tit1l'lUe'cry Mond.iy.TV .
Merchant Profe.5onal & Business
The post-office has been removed ; men
only preparation of Iron Every Tuesday and Friday 9 a. m. *. I*. K. 1VILSO\ *
and the farmers and
from J. M. Dixon's Drug Store to the principal laud.
that causes no injurious ef Cabin fare Sanford $3.
to or Enterprise, ;
Conley building, at the corner of :Main: owners orange ro:1JlJ plantations -
street and Washington avenue. fects. Get the genuine.Don't Meals and state room included, $.>,.; Deck Will continue the practice of:Medicine in together with a

be imposed on with fare $2. .1. II. SMITH
Titusville and '
-This section was visited by heavy imitations. vicinity, Sketch (f.Alt Cit Feb 1 Manager.
rains on Sunday Monday,which came omc ntJ. 31. I>i son's Drug; Store. And boa, to reach them anti other ralnabte.
very opportunely. It will also have a NEWSPAPER
A.u.. IIAWLEY, I). I>. S. This: important work will be L-ued just
tendency to keep the water up at Salt ,
.., Snbscriptolt _trcucy. a* soon as the labor of collecting
Lake.The The undersigned having opened a Visiting Dentist. and compiling the facts can he accom-
Tax Collector's notice will 'be
$ Makes frequent trips to Indian River. plishetl. To the husine:,;; l'Ommnnity.this -
found in the STAB this week, The Collector Spring Opening NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY' Lake Worth &e. will be the most valuable book

wishes the people to govern themselves Will be pleased to receive subscriptions: I I L*. O. Address., New Smyrna, Florida. that has yet been published about
accordingly a? this is the last round -- --- -- -
.. -com menciug- to : Floridii. Trice, $.3. to be sold by subscription.
that will be made. any PI II. N.EMAN.Justice ,
-IL F. Hammon started down the river SATURDAY, MARCH 24,1SS3."THEFAIR". Periodical or Newspaper published. ,,"o.
Rates for deerthmy: ;
-- of the Peace and :
last Sunday with the Ina for Lake
-\T- Save time, trouble and by applying Page with liook$50. JPagewithUokf30 I',,:
Worth. He states that, the repairs on expense :Notary PitMic StateaJIarjjc.Ofllce "
the House of Refuge will Ix completed to CIIAS. II. XAUMAX, J;' ?"Arentswanted in every county, to

about the first of May. 8ul1criptiong'nt, at, the Haul-Over. whom liberal terms will l>e offered."!

The Atlantic House at Oak Hill has Haulover P. 0., Rrevard county, Fla. T..Hn SOX CI: ( IIl"TT. CUSHING & APPLEYARD, Pubs;

been closed for the summer season, but I*. O. Box 1042.1( Jacksonville, Fuu
the Lowd House at New Smyrna will be The Lund ;JIouse, Notary Public, Statc-at-Large, .-

kept open during the summer under the G. Y/ MACKENZIE'S.Just (- and Florida i\I nfhcture.

efficient management of Mrs. F.W. Sams. Corner Main Street & Washington Avc.Titiisiille. Justice of the Peace.

The yacht "Vole" returned last week Received : rioriila. Court day first Saturday of each month. AMAZON FAHT! WORKS.

from a trip of several weeks down the 9 GRAXGE Florida.
lJER.YE & ,
river. Admiral Welch has left her in *>T. CuviK-Ar.nAMS: I:. L. SL-MMEKUX,

charge of :Mr.: C. R. Carlin during the LADIES' MISSES AND CHILDREN'S' Pleasant Location, Good Table. Seventh State Judicial Attorney Circuit.: County Oraujfe: Jn county.lre;: of manufacturers of the

summer months. 3Ir. Welch .:!.11d lady A cask home for the

started for Boston yesterday morning. SPORTSMAN INVALID AND TOUPJST. St. Clair Abrams & Smiaerl.ATTORNKTS AMAZON{ READY- ilXED PAMS

...'. Straw Hats, & cocxsELLons AT LAW.
TAX COLLECTOR'S NOTICE. in all hades and readfor
I.will. be at the following places for the Laces, Flowers, &c., &c.
in attendance.
5CsP"Sail-boats -; Will Rive careful attention to collection,
1 iu iu o d 1 ate Use.
purpose: of collecting the taxes for the and vrlll practice iu the s-evcral courts of thilH.trict.an.l :J
year 1882, viz: SEE OURREMNANTS A. Deisner, !Proprietor. } Intho Supreine Court at Talla.JutssccandL' and ofPure
LaGrange Monday April 10 18S3 S- court at Jacksonville. grinders ,;;,

Titusville Tuesday 17 THE SLOOP "AGNES," LA GRANGE STORE White Lead }
City Point Wednesday. 18 commanded: by ,
Rockledge Thursday 19 Always on hind: a general assortment of
C.u'rux.1IIIN )[cT.l-:.\X. & Colors In Oil. ;
Carters 20"
EauGallie 31ondl23" Makes regular trips on Indian River. G00PS. Ofllceaiul Factory, :

St Lucie Wednesday 23;: CLUNY, Slin CARRIES A FULL SCl'I'LY OF -STRICTLY CASH :l
Burnham's 30 Xo. 26 Ocean street, :
Haulover Thursday Monday May 3 VALENCIENNES, BLOND, Groccries,Dry Goods, A. Brady. FLORIDA.
Burnham's Saturday May 12 18S3 SAXONY :MALTESE ARRIVALS nEl'\l T'nES OF MAILS. -",
and Shoes
Hats Boots
Haulover Tuesday 15" ONLY S 2O.r From Enterprise to Titusville. '
D. W. IcQtUig Cot. nc,. ANDVERMICILLI. Leave Enterprise Monday Wl'dueIOlaraad
Ladies' Shoes In great variety; Prints all }" April ALSO CROCHET, IRISH, new patterns at low prices. Arrive at Titns\-illo Monday Wednesdayand
Fnduy: at S ;!
hotel--ArriraN.-- EVERLASTING, REVERSIBLE, I Rsaiy-iafs CMMm Toilet Articles Leave Titll vili0in.Tuesday Thursday and .
i ; at".ty i atunlay at 3 n in.Arrive
For the week ending 4 1883. Thursday
April at Enterprise Tuesday
TITUS HOUSE.Mrs and :Saturday l>p.m.

:: A A Berry, Oak Hill, Fla; EHBice piece cotitainlnyffMii tico to ciyfit yanl yFor,the cash onl-c1 From Daytona to Titusville. ';
John McCarthy, DCowie, City; Mr March 1:.40 Uu. Leave Day tone. Tuesday Thursday and Satardayat6p.m. .'

and Mrs Xath Brewer Jr and X:1th.nrcw- S. RYDER. Arrive at Titusville Thursday Saturday and '.-
er, Boston, :Mass; 11 J McCarthy, Oak Only lOcents eachJUST )Monday 10 a.m. ;;.,
Hill, Fla; D T Hammond and wife, A I) KOCKLEDGE, Monday Leave at Tltiwville 2[1.10.rr1vc Thuriday Saturday Ind' ,:,

Johnston, Orlando, Fla; Wm Scott, San- Has just received and continues to keepin -\ Daytona Wednesday Saturday .'
ford, Fla; B Summerlin, Orlando, Fla; T1IIXK OF IT! stock a full and complete stock of Groceries :\Monday U".nu
T K Dickcr50)n, Point, Fla P C From i
City ; in Titusville to Eau Gallic. ,1
Boots & Shoes, Hats & Caps
Cameron, HillsboroN C; B Cameron, t6T'Tbeyarewondcrlul.,aLand : Leave Tituiville Tuesday and Friday at
Raleigh, NCJ A Sc.'l1, Palatka; A J selling rapidly/vD3 great variety and General Merchandiseof K a.m. Friday '
Arrive at Eon Gaffe Tuesday and .
Canova, Gee Gina, Eockledge, Fla. every description. Ask for whateveryou at t>p.m"Lcu'e
Ltrxn nor.-E. :o: may want. One price to all. Canned Eau Gallic Wednesday and Saturday ,:

R D Durcllfie1d, Georgian D Pur Goods of every description a specialty. at Arrive c a.m.at Titusvillo Wednesday and Saturday ,': I I

year B R Wilson, A Brady, LaGranee, re''we will also place: at 7 p.m. <
Fla; Major E lees, Springfield, Ill; W n I.on our euuuters'gjiS LUMBER <"
Worden, Orange City, Fla; Geo Cleveland PIIILADELl'IIIA New Information of Florida.;,

Jacksonville, Fla; Peter Fisher F Will be furnished to order on short notice 192 pages; new matter unto map for lSS:!. -1?
Ilowt, Aurnntia, FIa.j OF Laney, n C Special Bargains inCROCKERY SINGER MACHINE
Scrim Jas Pritc1l:11'd E H mCl' JA ut $IS.00 i.cr thosand. Dressc-d lumber Send six: cents to K.C.LongTallahassee -
IcCrt.ry, City : Thomas New New' from*20.00 to 2 t.OO per thousand The above cut represents the most pop- or C. Drew,Jacksonville, Fla. #
Haven, Th: H L Black, C L Faber, G\\ ular style for the people which we offer
Holmes W HaIl, D W McQuaijr.. City .Glassware and Novelties. LUMBER & SHINGLES you for the very low price of $20. Remember AGENTS Wanted :SS. 'Tr"wctksofctaracte .
Point Fla G S Hardee E A UarJeeE I we do not ask ; val niKPOR ;.
:: ; always on hand. : you to par until low .. Lttrte$'
I.pace;s Uurti f.Lu:,.eeoeJ e.crywbc
B Blanchard, J Q Stewart, E A Gray, -At Greatly Reduced Pric ..- you have seen the machine. After having w.. s.___...,_ _"nI'-", s a.LaUC.Iwa. '4;,

Rockledge; Fla;Jno H Sam, R J La- Now P. M. FISHER. II examined: if it is not all we represent. -I '
lloche, G Cleveland, A P Cle'elandIer:: is the time for Bar- return it to us at our expense. Consult SALE "
ritt's Island, Fla; :Minor: S Jones, St Lu- gains. "THE BEST 19 CHEAPEST." your Interests and order at once,or send A desirable cottage, house and lot in
cie Fla A C Osteen wife and 2 children UGlm, THRESHERS Sli.mt!, for circulars and testimonials.
; I'I'lIonePO'Itn I Address Titusville, also Blacksmith, wheel nrizl ,
Miss Lula fiumnerlui Enterprise Fla for ClomHullen ClI.lLESWoot.l & CO.. \
E C Summerlln llaulover, Fla. ; Cap ail; BTOTB yonrsslf (Snlttdto.a.frlt0aL1 Write t......'KEF.mIlL! >uaphM I I It Xo. 17X. Tenth St., Philadelphia.! Pa. and fneralrtl'niring hop at 'l'itu3\'i11e.
.. &i Wflaswl2Le, al aa8r.rkrCa.-; 5tjy | March S, 13 GUI
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