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 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 12, 1883
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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: UF00075901:00043
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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".,, 't': : t8:: aid'fdbeanffeP Word ieaches ue that the 'WABHIKOTOK '.: ,A book has been .. , G4-- .... ....... ';
1..:<5 'r 'JtdMd_ .Milne.. _.'. .......... ..- .K ;, .:Nicaragua April .S Jodge Wil; ladder company I "-- ... ....t' .
. arc.."", &.. .1... "'"' ....', ." :r ,. ... .,W. 'Canal Company,.r p .wai!:ing Ior Con- shire late counsel:for BerdelV inr,'an, interview organized:at Sanford. ... *. ''MriGreshab,'wt3ib6mvlpa ilarrison .i

,'- gressionaiaid, an c!alarmed at the activity to-day denounced.Berdellin unmeasured I County, Indiana, 1ci94'l.. (.djjjtjjerefore -
,.."f !k'ii dloniiLt: the,Cepirtl.. Prfc4iiiijtoti r J ;; The fast mail service between ''Jackson ,- .....
.,, ; ., T L. i of the De atf Panama terms 'other'.1 fifty-one of : ,Ht\ 'educated \
; gel
."... .aT"W' ,AOr.L. ,-- ::1: : Leaaeps people ; Among i things villa and Sanford has been discontinued.A *
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f i.5: > "-It? '"*O '"-*.* *1"J v"a". -$;, ;!%_' Nape,begun, ke>preparations,for work.' unpleasant of his late client he said: "Heis will in'his.native.'StateI! and after'his gradua- -i
,; aI'A er recentt Bank of Exchange and deposit, -- -| yjHT1\ -t?*
-'fI' .... ,-. '" first time in They:havevaluab: ,concessions frpm' the one of the most treacherous men I ever tion at the Indiana St University; in ..i
P openforjhe : be.established at Bartow during the .sum '
." "f': t' Nicaraguan Government, and having'obtained met. He fooled me. I had '['heard that .: .Bloomingtbn, he studied: ,aNcg. w'1''soon J iV'
'.;: ,- mer. >Vi 4 i '>*-i*<711* Ji /;JM i
;" -, "+WS :}fe'*,'r"-'1'1 } baadonated'* also, land grants:which ,will 'materially he waS fooling me. Dorscy was not fooled -: : afterward.began practice at Cory on, the |

..t jix -!*/ 1P'*"fcr Brown of. Georgia aid,them, they intend j i.to begin in him, for hey' told me that Berdellwas i New lighthouses: are to beerected atMosquito county,seat of Harrison County.He was' ;i

'!.r't:, JM ..boadfltothe. ,_ ', l' Georgia,' UniverI *- I throwing. 'dirt.as. ., soon as the hot. .season fooling me, but could not believe it.: Inlet and at Cape San'BIas, at a from the' firstinccesafuhaa'a, awyer, and' .-t

'J'": ').;'&$$ '*& & !, ends. j I told him finally what I had heard,>and cost n of$60,000.' took an active part in the poUti.;
;> .-n,weref fern cases of typhoid fever -Mr, .Mental,the eminent,engineer whoanrvvged I thought I had a right; as hisi: attorney, Thejlayor'of,.Bartow offers a 'reward State.* Shortly before", the oulbrWtf the J

":T _iJjnTdMt from the same cause durf .the mutes for both canals,' and to know if it was so. 'He sWore .by .all of$150 for the person who set'fire to the late civiljwar:was.-Ji- elecfe"d; ;a.vPepresen- :

\: ti rfflijreek recently atProvidenceR.: L' who represented the, American Government that was good and bad that I,it-.was I not Calaboose:" in thai'i place.' tatire' in the State 'LegislatUT&f-wbd. in186i _1., :r.

'.:' \ ohiceo'fictbtyoftgeorgeandlP.yfeii : : at the.Canal Conference; .at Paris, true; that he had never met one of 'the Dr. Me L Dancy and'the entire; Dem- he was chairman of the House Com"t

Ifidville, VL;' Was burned I. ont is:now. at.the,Washington Navy Yard in government counsel, or anybody 'connec ocratic municipal,ticket were,.,elected in I.mittee D'3iilitary.l9'air.. ,. i. iis0ocupywgthis .

R 4",!. .f"*'lii''of fire:: Tat' Inst':, Kith.a'' loss-- of.. charge. of wo.rk.in: progress.there.J He was ted,with the government in.consultation.At Jacksonville on the 2nd in t. poeiti -.d.he. "cQ-Onera'.. ) a I t.skillfully <")!.,

'j ,:?Q IO',r. L'I, it. .will I be l remembered, opposed to the onetime It was published in the Star Mr. Isaacs,,a .painter, while painting "I and",energetically i-1Jl.IMGQ. Vemor'. .i;

; \, ji' +jy r;;eliope of the:Boat: Island,and. Panama project. when' the. subject was that he was going to turn o'n the' defen the Merchant's Bank, at ;Sanford, fell I Morton in the Organization of, the State R;

If/f'-: !jK..1.addhitPeoiii: ;,. .I.UlUOl8" ,-.wereattbe'lit discussed. at S the. Canal Conference dants. I called his attention to the publication from a'step)ladder and broke his hip. militia, an,? in/raising,and Jorwarding. 1

., :!= : inst.. The loss is placedLgentOhapn &r considering!it impracticable, or at ,:and he denied it most, einphjjti, ) .The. Marriannai I (.JqurinS:1'"S many troopvthat the,latter,*on ,UbA 18th of' i

" i'h, ,.y ': 'n least, BO much more expensive and ,diffi- cally. I the; suggested him the propriety Jackslh farmers oJ to September'.,' .186ltch: bm1asjon'him* as ':
.; rr-eguu. county are preparing
; .' I H h' cult than the Nicaragua route that its of a denial through tho same chan Lieutenant-Colonel, Thirty-eighth ',\
n. at Atlanta, make eight cent cotton foi eighteencent .
_I-j- ue' i[the deduction;:; of two.. 'illicit adoption:would be ,unwise. His, viewson nel. He agreed to it, and I;,in order'to bacon.' pay Regiment ojyifdiana VolunteernyQn_ the ," %

.. "" gallons of beer, m. this subject have not changed, and' he have it right, wrote the card denying the 20th of' Mayo..l862. ,.he..:wa. ;jprompted to .k
' ..>'r "a,000 is earnestly:favoring the Nicaragua routeso story. No one was more surprised :than A regatta'was sailed on Lake.'Dora ..on be Colonel of the ..Fiftythird"Indiana* ,
revenue
rf.:' ity.. by... ..... officeredi that hers I when Rcrdell did he did. He is the 26th ult.I I The fin$ prize of $10 was and the of.Angus .
r.. ; il ,7;' '"' -- muca so an active member was as ; .on lth- ,, 863, ,to be '
;:' -' ,'' 'second ; .
: Q1&nd1er' 'saompanies'PreimsV of the company which is preparing to the most infamous'scoundrel I ever had, won by the "Marion, the prize Brigadier-General.. HeV.partl ip ted in

: -lrthur on bisi) trip, th ugh 'this undertake the work, and is to, take'per anything to do with." $5 :by tho Gwynplain and the third $5 the siege. of Corinth,'the 'aege"and capture :;

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i -.J. ".1i .q r.a ,V he; returns. toa" when begun.limaUnionr ,. Orange Juice and, Wine. The Mon icel o Conslitu ion' lys, that ; Mississippi, and up to the Btbnof Jan.- V .|
,) t The
: Florida
offers
; yerz T. .. )! Mensal, in an interview with the Dispatch. ', two ways there are planted, within sight of the vary,. ;1864,"; he ,commaiideoJVtti Third,, 'f
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' r A ass.instrument ofirarria the'.mole representative of the Boston Herald, a of preserving the. juice of sour oranges Court House three hundred'acres of water Brigade of ,tbe .FouYtha'Divlsionol the .\

>!ilh. can burrow in the earl ,few days since, said: for summer Peel use-preferring the first mode: melons'and qluity-acres of potatoes, Seventeenth':Army Corps: He wks;'bre- '

:r4Tr ttim&e i'Marid-tT1 n either exploder "All. we."asked.in our last bill was 1. the oranges and squeeze out all and estimates that these crops'will bringthe vetted Slajor-Geaeialfor ;. istinguiahed :{

r ) it'mpeD[;1faif.1f hae, according Jo', the merely the recognition of, an incorporation hair the juide'sieve; strain if the juice through: not a fine producers $20,000. gallantry, and afte January J1864 hecbmnian'ded ;.{
you.haveiVif use'a
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by Congress-no of interest Hemld 'As the the:Fourths Dixisio ii'lot the ;
. guarantee strainer made of mlllenett or fine mosquito .Tavarcs r"Ijidy Dolly" '. ,
jfA7BMtfock7 ichoolmaster got a verdict or. bonds'anything more than a, mere .' When 'strained clear '' neared'the wharf on Lake Eustu Monday Seventeenth Corp UD'iJJialJ of4Ae same /
n tting
'pour
iHteateeai dollars the.-other in but that deniedus ; when he was wounded in the action ),
wit qt : day a incorporation;. _even was into ordinary claret or''' other'bottles, night a gentleman walked overboard and year

t Ir 3 febwo itgmin8tth&trustees for.dam"; ,. and t! the managers ,of the company i leaving a of onerinch'betneon; the received a cold bath, which necessitateda before. 0:Atlanta." .. 'J..7 iwifiWT: ._ V :.0\-t.'

.faea.eold'.caught\ while' ,running have,decided to, go on .without 'further I juice and space the cork. Pour atablespoonfulof .change of raiment. ',We should say He was mustered out olthVjfct rice on. .

V: esflaefor hI pay, w delay/' I olive or refined cottonseed oil into that it necessitated. ,a change of drinks the SOth of April, 1866 and as.soon as his ti:'
.
i ?!.d; On\Vet ra .AssociaStAT "How about,finances. ?. The construction this space, on top of the(" 'juice, then ''cork also. health.and fitrength wereliJ ully.*ipatored, i

dd its\banquet) of an isthmus canal is supposed to he entered 1Dto.partners1uPt'ai Judge ';
\Monday:evening tightly, and store away in a cool; dark Railroad building in ,this .State will r
:jNfcifct: > to fast: 1 Amongthose-'present, were mean a' large sum; of.money," queried the plaCe' 'The oil excludes all air from ,the soon be 'renewed again. The Jackson Butler i ; ofcwAlbany,1j4; ,!5'#, resu'med -
fc
.It.5a'ftlecdils''Oeoige 11., 'yeQenan,, H. A. reporter., juice and keeps it sound and for ville, Tampa and and Key West Railroadis the practice of thelawrrirsthilr: ; citY'
; pure
'.,..... f.rftjnum ii i H:'.W..' locum. "Yes it.does, but not nearly as much summef ... :It forms a 'delightful ,and now to be built as soon a$possible, andit :Duringtb ertiie earde" ;'*teeham'e :4personalrelations
.
i J iV, J *" 'V r -;?
; in in Panama canal for.I .1I'ith..GeD.e.ral Grant
T. our case as ,
that the.road will.be
Srf' zn withthisfamily arrived' in refreshing drink1 when water, sugar and expected completed
.#f believe that will cost ten times were very" friendly and cordial;i;pd when s3
JLdrui firmly I as can far Palatka-before another
{ ,MojVfjew,weeksiagp.on Sunday, ice are added, though the ice be dispensed as. aa .
" nii'ttp a1 hose,oaMonday'and movediu- much as ours, if-.De Lesseps plans are with. The bottles should not be winter's season commences.; ,.., the latterbeeamePresidenf,. : 'fore' first
t : ,
)s iff'? / j. '"< carried out. .But our own. must cost a time, in ISCO,.he appointedjilf .Gresham l
'i j Tuesday and is now etching upilhaV't shaken up in handling.' When the bottleis 1 Sanford Journal : The Dredge Boat of .
I large of $45,000,000 is District'Judge for the District of Indiana. {
. balance of the older settlers sum: money; my first opened draw off the oil 'by'insert- Dr.' Cloud is steadily' : working its way .
As'to This position he tat.11 LIiJ J In he V ?
estimate of the cost. the raisingof JSSl.
.
.
"'.Slwr, ,,Spring,in this. State is said to be"the ing a small 'stick; around the end of from deep water in Lake* Jesup, to the : -
: this sum that is the task which was strongly urged fora ilsceiinrthe Cab
':+. \"I Jugeet spring in the world. It is the upon which a wad of raw cotton is wrapped; end of the grade of the S. & I: R. R. A :
financial engaged inetiof President Garfield, :and, there is
our are now
y"'s;:,. aRe. ...of. ,the Oclawaha River,. which 'is managers keeping the bottle tightly corked (except) substratum of marl has been excavated t ,
": >' and while I am not at.liberty to reveal reason: to believe that the. representationsof
;t7 feet}ride zkthe start,,,,ten, ,feet deep, I.the. -details, I may., withpropriety'. I think at the moment of opening),and unshaken along the route of the canal, which it is his friends in nWbeh lf were.regarded. I t

\r tad Nhac patient bowing two miles,per I, duiing'the time you are using the contents thought is rich in' fertilizing' elements.Analyses .
say that the reports from those who have with much favor, but that he was not :
i: .r.1Ioar.-r..s: will be made of.the marl and if
". .:b-" T"-. ', .... -"'. I this work in hand give assurance that, we nominated.because his party/in the Vest .-*
c.
? I 2. Peel and out the juice as directed expectations as to its value are sustained
press .
}rt tilAiaWdna.king of theHawaiian
J 5 ; shall have no occasion for delay on that failed to agree upon him ;&& .-ta&: .i
above. To one of b..added "bonanza" be of this
iJ quart juice a developed
6 hdbecome may '
a prominent; personage account. 'Thiswork will be complied Judge GreshamS,has:-accepted'} appointment -
oflatE!itia well';that his ,full one pint of water and a half-pint of unexpected "find.Woman's ."-
nameialdOOkrre within the next ten days, and we shall but will not be ready Ito assume ::

>wn. It. is David. Laamea be able to begin active; operations very. sugar. These proportions 'would probably Thc, Temperance Union, of the duties of his new office for sever ,;

i"Ya maalltparir3dalunnlani :iNaloiehuoka-- soon.-. vary for various'kinds of fruit. The Jacksonville are doing a, great deal to days. The President I'ihaaatherefore i:.

I.l'',. } 8nmialaai Jalakaua; .I '"Are your relations. .with the Nicaraguan juice is then boiled;- bottled hot, corked advance the interests the temperancecause designated First.;AssiatuntPoatmaster. ., -<

"J,":;_ \.t !disorderly 'Yale students en- government.' ,such that.you will bo tight; ; and sealed. ;{) in this State. The' following circular General 'Hatton1 ,to actfas Postmaster ...,:"

iwd# ae Aflienaeum.in. New Haven:re; able to go on with the work as,, loon as OIIAXGE WD.-E-Recipe rf' J. D. Mitchell was recently prepared by them: General for a'period of;tea day
,'4'l V : \nle'afair'nasdo 'Progress' and you }like?' of Vaytona, Florida: "Take of TO TOE FRIENDS 'OF, THE TEMPERANCE ......1i :' .'.'N ". -

'",:?l ft ar'distarbance. The students, "Yes, we,have.the-right of way, and sweet orange juice and water equal" part CAUSE FLORIDA: ,We trust,'says ihq Ngw7Yorl4d.JVorl!,. >

t we r(ftr,ireie Toughly'handled 'se\"eral valuable land grants beside, and all complete and add three pounds of pure sugar to The enemies of the' temperance cause that whatever cloud may hav0 overhung "

;:'ef each gallon, in a tight, full barrel,with a are already attempting the!overthrown of .
"ifY ffhitingtneirfaces ,pounded. and in order. .Indeed, ,they, have the diplomatic relations, otither:United .
iso bent tube from the bung-hole to a vessel. tho Local Option Law, lately passed by States and Holland will be ..:
:4t e0e osf ose pout heat at the Lon,1 been so time, and our delay ,hasheretofore dissipated by ;
of water. When the bubbles cease
Aquarium six and threequartertv been in awaiting .action by gas the Legislature bf Florida Large sums the following i letter whictijlgixes ''The 1}
, :
n ', I' to show in the water the barrel must ,be
of have been contributed by the *
laedV at; $5000 Congress. i money World great pleasure to publitth' At the .$
There
. .q closed and for several months
:t ; put away saloon and others tin the'
are tv t9 each inch, of "During the time the De.Le&scps people keepers liquor same time the people oLNew-rAmsterdam .;-
,spray's, ..:.. the J when the liquor cari be drawn off bottled
_ interest be used in the law.
to
.wf4.'d' fighting
'. rah have.teD the start of you? ; to whom theGovemorolCutlic&a so con- ;
.
.,
'.... .. .sr..r,cost two, .day'.1aa : and .
;r corked tight. The bottles must be '
' '" :'J'':, ; It is necessary to fai.4i funds to counteract : =
; : .WI';';tsnng thAt it-cequlied B ven y ear's, ., "Somewhat, but not M much but that fidently appeals maybe moredtoremember : .
< in cool until wanted for
1: kept a place use.
-. irork atifed; overtake and distance this influence, and to employ :counselto that Holland is to havefa: gre&t international
,' :;' : 9f. wprkmanl .tc complete"tKixpfMl'ilHaj. I we may" easily. ..... '
"J -V-: them. I do not'think the Panama Canal American, Newspapers In 1883. represent the antiliquor interest in the exposition and:that fieither' by {

-" i Jfcbile.&yifcr. HL tells the story' of i i'l can possibly be.cut,to'the depth De Les- From the new edition of Messrs. Geo. courts. We' therefore, ask.the friends of the United norbjtNeWiiy.Ofk k*has ;. I

aaslaJian 12a saps" proposes, making it a sea levelthroughout P. Rowell Go's AMKBICAX :NEwsPAPER our cause to assist in raising a fund for anything yet been.donor to secftr&fui adequate -, I
P1 sroomaa of
: who i
years 1 j age, in less than twelve DmncroRY which is in carrying on the good :work. Let them representation'at Amsterdam of the Y- ,
i!.ttT! ., pIloc7c, bounty-Alabama.- : or fifteen now press; i
:: it" in it that the and devise ways and means, as to I,them may enterprises and industries : tithe New ; l" i!!, Andrew Jackson's staff years. Heprc/Bisecl! eight years, appears newspapers periodicals } _
" bnJhat ii an 1.two of them$: rave..already' 'gone by of all kinds issued in the United seem best and forward all sums that maybe World: ; f: fc> tf..tt :Jjif' A' .:. '. V :'
!
othycutavoadthe
'F and' active-work'has beeu begrin and Territories raised to Mrs. Walter Gwynn, .Treas- ,jt.
.:, ,. : no ,.there States now reach the imposing TolheEdilor'oJ'Tk.World.-t; :
.
untq,tq flOl1la. ;and has .
.
::-r aDd kettles.. in.which..she used! -that w' is,'no no.actual'wprk; of .constructing total of 11,196. This |is an increaseof urer of the Woman's '.Christian Temperance :SIB: The Governor iCuracoa, W. "

,'4... ...i ?' t>tieliero'e meal the canal- We'have very recent< reports 585 in. twelve months. Taking the I .Union, Jacksonville, Fla."i. .. r.4 has,' through his ireUiyiieque3ted ., ...1
.- which show I .- .. *'.'* Mr. Morris Coster of New cor '
..)31".. :tt\! ooe from there that. nothing has States one by one, the,newspaper growthin : YoriuJhe. -
: ';,} .;;:'? executed at theUnited yetbe n.doneexccptyin considerable. One Paducah, Ky. .hunter,, has killed respondentof.thoQfdalGargteof Cura-, ,
is
..,aunt a preliminaryway : some very ,Thepres :
. ot latch inaPhiLdelphia' during V :the such as making surveys, building ent total in New York State,lor instance,. 9,160 rabbits in the laetsix..months. cOO,'to offer through; the:Amer Gta press :

: 'raggregated 6,687,752pedgitr1,114,07&8L houses and hospitals; buying the Panama is .1,399-ra gain of ,80 in the the past The peanut crop in many parts of Tennessee his regret that""a shotfireAUtelji ,the 'i

... This 'railroad:and work of that kind-aU necessary year. ,The increase in Pennsylvania' will be increased the coming sc.von. neglect of. duty'-of a police fficer at.a

;,t>r ,.. .V,:tu...aide sap: .0f.900,6 9 silver work,'.of course.but showing< .that 43, the existing number being 943.. ,Ne A snake 'was ,found frozen in a solid steamship carrying,the.flag of the.United ":j

.N-..t,:. ..&...." .. fdollar. ;, 619 quarterdol.r the'enterprise'is a'very ,,large ono, ,and braska's total grew from 175 to, 201, and block of ice that was cut recently from .a: i States has been the cause to entertain..for i
.. -2,683,438
T rt.. "" thrQaoeat .five-cent can't be completed in a'year or two."- Illinois from 890 to 904. A. year ago millpond in: RosIfD,-Long Island. On moment tho supposition unfriendly V ifeeI ;

4i Xa&. r *Ir' pieces and 2,623- "How long'do you think. it'will take to Massachusetts had 420 papers; now the being thawed out and warmed it ''was. ,from his part-towards the ,United ,j

S',"- ''' .. construct your,anal T number is 43S. In Texas the new|papers found to be -alive.Mrs. States His Excellency :'AOt r only has )l

; ...$.. 'J";L'b'Y' that the work: of counting'J "It can be completed* and.in' operation outnumbered the suspensions by 8, and "' taken the necessary precaution: toi facilitate 5

!:<"...j. t ,,"' ,'m" the United', States'treasury in five years!" Ohio now has 738 papers instead of 692. Peter Snyder;of PlattekiU, N. Y. the clearance of veaselar destined: for "f

_.._ PI tio'or'. '.three. sreeka Thereth9ugli ''.5Those V .. ..> The most remarkable change has occurred cut her hand slightly few days ago, and the United States in Q1cif1 urebut doe

.,u :. -*' overhauling oflast who write for sample copies"-:of in the Territories,in which the daily in.knitting with.. blue yarn some of (the not hesitate to declare that betakes ,the \rA
,
:" ;t.<<'-:#,ff- ." f n ds... r years, .,the the Transcript please enclose a postage papers weeklies have from grown 169 tojZ43 from -43 Dakota to 63, and being'the coloring jnatter entered the: wound .and utmost, interest in the progrOBa aid. welfare :;

.....!4::,..i"1.J !.fh1 ,,y ir', tieng'made in> Spinner'sq stamp, not publication,but as an evidence the chief area of act 'rlty. The numberof poisoned her blood. It is feared that of the United States, especially as he, ;'1
:f"" '
I ""._ '' turned. }over-true that they don't.take us for a, bald. monthlies throughout the country *she.may'die.A i- isaxare'thatagreat'pertOtaaisl.Wnntt7r. }

>:-'t f-r""') :::-.\ -'. 'latter-: .,accepted''tbeCOOttUa : headed philanthropist, with a goldheaded grew from, 976 .to l,062 v The: figures story comes from Newark N. J., that has been founded by.the 11Atioow ich her ?
:: exclusive of Canada
: Ii' wrthouti ezarpiastian cane and an income of $700,000 a year, given above are' thousands of chickens: have been killed has the honor to represent in-jihjf.iWiest. '|I-
- ; which a total of 606. ft is inter-
'O posses .
;;: .en _,,:::: th' .; who ;4s 'printing paper for amusementand four of the shellandstufi"ed'fortiale'ss '.. .. '
J'if o. there only days out
when
{ '( ',"..._ 'UWJg., .1 esting to note that newly-settled regions Indies. at.present. ,, .st
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{f${; 'ittff 1 WiiaY ed/and: coded tfftakjajr: Helen's C nBent least
,.i ," -H.T-** ,;after cutting them in, form, there; injurious;is
; f.. ,, IM JiJ P r' --HW' JRJ add her to sell it and put them gOWith them"bathTngShe. plenty
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iif omer.ia the bank for she -knew quite how (all hapP4nednude '
r """" .a 4' "'' ;'' I ,-rainy ',day never J placed carlessly hi the corner of the pan. until nearly cool, -d .
7f :'t' neadl : in ignaatfysoorned such counsel.r ', of them knew but.,little
aadtlatelear apply the
,f 'Q tl,: J" f v-. *- -John,'* during service| of two little.'fiogar
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c. .. 1.. Ethel managed to separate herself,;
AfarmeV-a if bot
;;%...;;: .i j "Ncstod ed! daughter years, never missed the bit in the corner it be hot to t'
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.same boy'Was'particularly anxious i
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;", ?t .. "':''!'"*, ; ad ROW.*tl u t. 'r. place,:and in summer I'l1''take' lodgers; I screaming and being borne out by .the TEM. -1 hoererliy .
to learn
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that
,. '10-:: .- _....-.0.. ... L aJJ d delicate art. The stocking selected
(h' '"iiiv-rJf;... :.r":!'"!""'!" .'iw+: ;t ,". .aga, '''; She had prospered fairly until the last that she was not much more able to ,for the first lesson chanced to be soda, and lard biscuit fijj

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.._ -tielotd: bt;ppen. IAIIN-'I'F' year, so,that now: when Mr.. Hartleycame fight the heavy seas than the child. '
brown in color. I
; gave him a needle -
.,... t33 ':; ?:.1t to her and shewent There was a little consternation a
,,"'E"t:qr--- a bough ,:it was a godsend threaded, with blue, and he ever after j
:, '., :: oany indeed.Bo about her pretty, cosy little house shriek or so from Lanra, an exclamation '' they are weak and
believed that 'brown
'.,'. ;r,1.Ilti i-gf't'1..}.3;': -Vftl1iaDl Xom. as happy as_the day was long. something not perfectly intelligible : hose was to be the wheat flour
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.! IV'tillt 'I WJaateTVAJ. ':An ugly little old maid-that from Mr.'Hartley, a prompt com- because the'nicest '
--, : : 1aA'td. :... ; : was The'Chinese will, .also often imitate
",, ,'::'.. n"' to. i" mand to Laura's big brother;, :Archie, the best
.....1IOt.-a n m.1haUt. what bonny, bright :Laura had ,called the voice and manner of the people with part to the'catflrf

,f 1 'r.U iWia Y1t/10nri'-0.. her,and George Hartley.caught himself I and then\shortly after, little Ethel and whom they live,and that, I am satisfied, like throwing the meat to

? ;' Ai dliloe u.'sastitpa,the ray feMdil4Lowell.- one watching'her, as she:went.flirting Helen were carried, out unconscious, without intention of' impertinenceor knawing the bones aaie.
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'tC; Miiesp' ; from place to place, in her big white and the next Helen knew she was onher humor. The Chinaman in my employ' abuse of the poor live'r'

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.:. ,: ,. apron and tucked-up sleeves and satiny own sofa in her little sitting room' curious grease in cookery The
"'J .. \oM ft ;t 1" gave a illustration of this.;
brown hair braided beneath brown with the sound of Laura's,, and .hermother's tables contain ..
j.. ._.I eU tibeeifntTi sad the signs, a One. member of the family was a musical ,enoogh}
"fil.; :.wl da M heart another heart dinne* ? silk net, both his children'trotting after ; voices in the next room and young lady who was converted into earboBt Rio;
nearsightedand
% *. Mr. Hartley's handsome
sell th0 aay tbeoMad way her. anxious eyes for maintenance
'ttdl 1**IM*taps tlM saent i t betrayi? looking down into her face he sat somewhat given to vanity and eafya" -

)t? J t! .\t: :: tf I'r -l.o Jow", 'Yes;/she was plain, undeniablyandof beside her."Helen. as affectation. I had often seen '"John" without filling and

1 .a; l, ....teloftft ii i all things,Mr. Hartley least admired ,?" he said in a low breath- watching her with considerable quiet with so much grease .asl,
4 "'" ......AM.&ocmiM plain little women; but she was good { interest, but was not then' aware how diments, coffee and tea t
.. ...lI..JI.ataU_the 'paia less sort of way, as she looked wonderingly { tam "'
>'1. ; area/est and she succeeded in .making him j closely he had copied her any substantial
-.r.-"i1'-- b rove stud be iaaUL at him "Helen brave little young-lady .
my '
thoroughly comfortable. ; ever, must be used to "
.jf (j "tlM;,k, ,1Q :z."fJJ; 'CJowley. airs.
,*i' ., "Mr. Hartley i*.delighted with his darling-thank ,God I saved you for stomach, unable and '
& *! ''t& 'f myself didnt ?
'Whoanallsem
*'-1 of aEeiv'J3T ffhamaii escape. quarters," Laura Hesketh said, one dust a room in which were several up the sogg/ may 'ii4tt'oirrt' >
'e, tat*Mine art best shape.Ml She suddenly.began to cry-what did .
f. ttbi. 1"t t'L -Tate.., bright morning, when she dropped in a musical instruments. As I passed the stomach is the kitcli nesystem. e
....., t:" -. moment ; such a radiant vision, in .her he mean ? Was it a d.ream-a tantaliz- door which Give It the '
was slightly ajar I heard right
i a ill; to fine ..lt.beinJe ing dream ? ; a
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t. .1 La MMUoUotr.u sight&, th e dot; pale blue lawn andpale pink, ribbons, "Helen the low, passionate't.voice discordant twanging of guitar-strings. prepared in a simple mob ;

: -.tt.v7 aweyat.ad! the.he Wseany man. her lovely face aflash, and herd eyes Peeping in, I discovered him in approved mixing in 'any"deleterio aw
went "if
: 4.-.rl.l".; :j'b tf -.J..-.. t esPee''e. shining like stars. on, you had died I..think I troubadour attitude with a sheet that cannot be used b y'tlttt '
J should have died too. I meant ; I
f to have
'" r ,iiWWfdiriieitieai wariow hath the world Helen was mixing puff paste for of music before him and attempting to have to be expelled 'asset

i,, .'.'VUaew'd jpntahOidr In allttoonntroetdaarbtebeIowton. lemon pie; lemon and rice pudding wasDir.IIartley'a told you this very day how I have sing Schubert's "Serenade." He could- traders;'and it wfll--
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I / learned to love you-that I want you to
)>jft.IIdiI&OB waich*U'auhgut, favorite desert. be blessed remember no more than "Thloughtbe pure blood-the true and Only'a '
F; ,.tj Created changeable,.and change at last "Is that so ?" ,Helen' laughed, holding my little wife if you can care Tlees then 'he 'Would strength and beauty.'r
... .: for begin agai n.
enough to
.Daatronahenv .- Cowper. me come to me. Can
:>ll, flimj"T'i:5wiit-' .; r' out one short dimpled arm. inside He looked and acted much
". so like onwho e di
you, Helen ? Do you, dear? What is
1; ft j i!>.!-wW,alai d.t.ortaL men-oemplain? the oven to test its beat. "That's was accustomed to sing it that I
t: what,he _kaowe..o r, want* pleasant to know especially from And even Laura Hesketh could not
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you
rpm stole away to call some of the others to Very vague is the ]& "*!&

ifl ..& 'to&efi lags';thai we Miss Hesketh, for I feel most truly begrudge happy Helen her great happi- participate in my enjoyment. have of the 'Roman 'ftstftatai"

L '1'l'<; '" &JiiJ dhee-0 d_. grateful to you' for recommending mylittle'Dest ness when she"saw what perfect bliss When we reached our post of observation the Propaganda, Witti bti1 1- '

r to him. He's a great friendof had come to the, little, woman. from her '
stands for
v "John" had
something'but
'Tbthiu that on tie ck c neeof friends given up the guitar
f_ ,.t- ,'>' >Owfod or. .vil name depend yours, isn't he ?" summer lodger. and was seated at the piano, with stiff: that something is.rntn

t ., r.4 E4a, >1 .i" -Gay.Ye Laura laughed and a little crimson --- .- back and elevated wrists, pretending to where missionary priest 4er

*1. rr:,?sz iitie surf,Soath she Hager,. flush warmed her cheek. play an accompaniment. He would What, then, is the:
+ *sWwleomes "Oh-I don't know Yes he .is Unprofitable: Mining.We .
'. "d aloof; a shall devote
'I -' stop playing and settle his imaginary a series of&hoctii|
With airy garland in her tnaeri;
friend
of course.I''e known him for '
,
:t ''Wilhlnaicaef+ of sweet skirts, then pretend to readjust his'eyeglasses answering this question,,but fi i
. .; ,l),. M-eyes with promises sonst m i.c.. over a year now. He's handsome, isn't will tell you what kind of miningis ,then turn over the leaves of the do so without first answofcif'
. ; Her_0.:will rapture briDe; he?"
1. e :::" lTk sunlight from her hair h streamingr unprofitable. Some novice will spenda music, and peer at them with his nose -question: What is a CanuMil
'U iXhrioe welcome,lovely*pring.flk .- "I think: he 1* the finest looking gentleman couple 0(,, months in a mining camp almost buried in the pages. When the Christian relate>

\t l.- *Ma.*o..gift*,'the"royal maiden. :1. ever,saw," Helen answered and manage to get hold ,of two or three .After striking a few more discords a firm footing in some;rte

,, t, ,,1 .-wi&1k,.. ..m PQM'OIeI flowers to her deck arm the are bllh laden: quietly, then bent a little puzzled lookupon prospect holes that are worth just aboutas he 'daintily stroked his imaginary, divided into 'parishes; eichit'

..t"-.1"1l.a4.aI'odi1a'"' '.. Laura"How : much,I as so many ten-foot holes on "bangs," toyed coquettishly 'with the was presided over byaprittCTW

ti: -.I,j*jPaJecreeoM*hare come before her.' did you come to; send him the plains of Kansas. This ,selfsameindividual "bangles" which city was also divided tiftjdiui,
were not
L ,Wild bird her welcome on his
: r n0K. here? I should think
would
( ''TaTthoaiaad'louring hearti ad ore her.- you preferto will post himself how com wrists, then raising his face towards each of which was an'insUtetiif*

.' ,iletgimy world'a darling Sprinjr.fM. have him with you at the HalL" panies are organized and will proceed'to the gentleman supposed to be' we shall call a hospital,'tort'to

. 'ftt.tdt..iI1.: JJ'!:: Elton.t "You little :goose, can't you under get up a company, with nothing less beside him, and putting on what standing was not-very like ahospKal of bar ii

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. : -. t4'.Q '.. ,Helen's Lodger. at home among so many visitors as we i per share. He will at the sametime up ."Take Back,the Heart that Thou to the district received att ft *
ff
; ... ) ;f114ftI! \ _. ..___ have already. Helen, I'm so glad he I bethink himself of an uncle or Gav st."' Over each hospital wapkeed Y Ji

: -iIttwasaple, ant little, place, only a came here, where there's no chance for some relation or friend "back hom We could endure no more, but burst The parish'priests and d scoaiiii

:: ...,.aDd. 4ulf.high,, but spread out him to be made a dead set at. A handsome that has a few scads laid, away. and he into heartylaughter. of the hospitals, beald& tt *i
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-c tire Ji great deal of ground., There was rich widower is a great catch. will proceed to tap the relations or their respective, duUast,rael/i

f : a t'fcbif' elTet lawn in front, with a; dozeni .Here. -he's safe, you see." friends, who think ,it all right. But Sanitary. also immediate advisers of'l(

.' cflchtreeathat had'.stood, there for a I r She certainly did not mean anything they no sooner ,buy a few thousand IIOT AND COLD-DRn-tKs.-A in the government of the'whohOi'

t tl ;- bvated Je&ftg7'tfteent; old tree as cruel, but it touched little plain Helenas dollars worth .of block.than they"'begin I of Knmckdge correspondent They were called {Carda i *,
calls attention
to '
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; r-. -a Ter'eMt shadows:on sununer's nothing had ever hurt her. And, to look for dividends to. roll in every some of the disadvantages of hot drinks that time applied to an eccls**

< ;'lay.: i'There were oldfashionedflowers proud little woman as she was, she had month. They imagine that the ore is I Cold drinks he manently in charge of cburcbeir ?.
says are natural
,: .. and ah 14-ftsbionedrope swing, a well to rash to the pantry for more sugar: just rolling out, in bars ,of bullion, and man, though moat" to Originally, therefore, the.OK*
people
I .. with a-* veritable .mossy oaken bucket; to hide the tears she felt coming 'to her that all they have got to do is to chop it so used to hot drinks that now-a-days do are: the Roman Church' were..piettideacons ? ..

,7 ;' :there 'were plenty of, vegetables in eyes. up and each man take his share. In the feel satisfaction-really they not ; but' inthecouaeoftta" .

,t. ""the little:kitchen garden, eggs 'fresh Mr. Hartley was 'safe at'her house. meantime. at the prospects or base of unless they have them. stimulation Bishops of the Dioceses;tatteii
Hot
I' ". t, cvtcy day,.'aod ,all the milk. that was Yes, she was too old, too plain, too operations, nothing is,being done but injurious to the drinksare ty of Borne, ,seven in':nonAst-a

l ..at d. decidedly. an old maid to be dangerous the bare annual assessment worked in deaden its sensation tongue, for they, were. accustomed. to assist at,fti i
and '
.. :'."It lithe very place for you,",Laura to any man's peace of mind. It was all .order,to hold the prospects, and even if hot soup or drink .the, after taking vices in the Cathedral 'of,Baa}

,.:. Hesketh said, with a happy, eager look true, and she had known it all her life, ,they had a promising prospect it would quite numb and ,unable tongue' becomes church. of St John .IatedizI.
,
to taste "'"
,-ID bet dark eysea.: I but somehow it occurred to her as never take a thousand{years almost to make finer flavors of a dish. The the also .numbered kith,the, l's

'And]( '.' Hartley smiled back at her, i before. miae out of it, at the rate of $100 per greatly injured by them teeth are deacons as the.. Pope's immedaUl, .....

with that look, man gives. a pretty girl I Little and plain and old, but with awoman's year expenditure.e. Time rolls around, dentists say caries ; and many sellors or' advisers. .There:**,'. .
(decay) is due to
whom be admires heart that beat warm and say two.or three years, and the, stock is alone. They > them quently thr'- d rs of Caidbdi

.... ,. ."'WI ahall decide upon it, then. Thee strengthf In her bosom; and, somehow not quite up to par, in fact the stockholders thus allow caries crack to the set enamel, and dial "bishops,"* Cardinal' '.prle. :.
in.
.: .- :.sttoatiohis: good, the terms reasonable, Laura Hesketh' rare beauty get worried about the first dividend caries have once set in hot When Cardinal deacons.- fcji, >' \

-fI, aae 1uvt1scJy in-?" seemed the most desirable possession in that has not been paid. Then they common cause of drinks.oJ' are"a The duties of the pried sad*'

:Ia a', laughed, chewing her pretty all the world because with it such love begin investigate. If they do not feel Hot drinks'are neuralgia.,, .' as counsellors soon beeami too iA

41 pIa. and devotion aad admiration could be toomueli '
"A little, ugly old mail, but just as won. She thrust the foolish thought man who wears eye-glasses and has an of the nervesjgj'the T/ney: cause irritation .tine. charge'in any other:''''-'

'alee Mahe aD he." away'from her,and came back, her M. E. behind his name, pay him a quent / stomach and conse* soon; too, the name of Cattail w

-Mr.'Harttef affected a herrible scowl sugar crock in baaL hundred or two dollars; but if the said 80 inflammation of that organ, plied to them as it is to-dal,'bpi

u 'iBd helped Kill Hesketh Ida'the car- "Do you bathe every day 'Laura?" stockholder are a little penurious they k tttra&after a hot drink the stomach sense,than that of Papal adviso 1
SSd
rJIi&.A. '- she said-they' had known each other will get florae:*ld practical miner to make tated and congested ; in time a debili still,,however; retain-jorisdictiw t

.very picturesque place, indeed. I ,r from childhood, and in spite of social the examination and pay him with ,the ture of condition 100 is set,.up. A tempera their, churces fa' :ROm:," c. .

aa glad yon spoke to me of it. I will ineqaulity;were on familiar terms. promise "that we will make it all rigj f degrees Fahrenheit ,also lIcC1oskey; for instancejt. very
..... ;drira ever again when Miss Cartwright "I heard the children say that the after awhile." The result is the pr pe,.. destroys the active ferment of:the.gastric -. dinal prkst;::became/'ua1Ch,'I t

r...Js"at"bore and;mate the neeecsarymta. water was delightfully warm today" ty is pronounced rhorthless,or 1l?t'arIY80, juice-pepsin--and so leads to in- parish priest of Borne. ,B4J iHea

,l, ; A .".' and the stockholders go home sick digestion;: If the stomach is at all called a Cardinal-.Arthte*
.I "We go down every day-why don't disgusted. and disordered, hot'drinks give*rise to because
Whkh arrangements1' were that in They; ]ounce, to the worId much this expreasiaeiJ'iff1title :..
you go, Helen ? Can't you go with us what fraud griping pain, and in
'consideration a 's
4 of four guineas a week miniDff Find it gets many cases to I as Cardinal Bfcber'dM*
at tour cluck to-day ? Mr. over vomiting.In .
'; Mr.Hartley. was.-to have.:Miss Cart- Hartley'sgoing the country about the .Dwindling because be happens to be aOlfB*

:'wrigbts two front rooms for herself and and mamma and Archie." tions carried on in DlilJl Dcnrrr opera Re case of diarrhoea, hot drinks.only an Archbishop V11",'..,, s.f.k
"I rather think not she ," 5.- increase
:!! fibrmfiemotherlessehndien;and a room said. I publican, yZ. it, while cold ones lessen it. A person becomes';CUt lml_I

attte:for:their want to make pastry for tea-the children -.- .Thirst is not common in winter unless op ? tI
'0 t In the nnrseI -- -, \py being appoin ,to'one

*-: $'w frsyT>erfect! godsend:: to Helen are so fond of it." Arrasene J sugary, salty or hot-piced foods have Sees mentioned .above' In, the .ft..!.'

-Oartwright -"the little, ugly old maid" But .the children can be disappointed in aft needlew nowj figures
that tie was-and when she knelt beside for once. You must go, Miss Cart- fective irk. it particularly{ contains more moisture. than in hot, We are 'told.-in ( .. .

y 'v'her1 bed ''that':'night, she offered her wright,"' and George Hartley stepped as the intbijj Corking of siKh flowers and in cold weather there is less in xi. 16)) that ,God gave Moaes tf
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(. thankful gladnesBthat )(r.' Hartley had into the big shady kitchen. \ ta goJJen rod, mignonette, etc., or i spiration. 'IIot. drinks, increase the assistants and bestowed) npot4.1graces ""

; "- 'eometo smooth her ..tnancial road for Laura gave him a rapturous glance rep oenting heraldic device!\; which volume of heat in the body, and it that special to enable' them i .to!,

;' '}t.'h.: 't M. of welcome," and Helen laughed a littlecoEfusedly. ri'v. be worked in relief. is not required, it is,quickly got rid of in'the government of,the'JewiihP

.. ilzoc. '- .. ,, .. by the tkin. Water"is the best thirst and in 1586 Pope, Sxtus Y.deptd .
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.. a.- .,who.paid. so. liateiwiromueb ""--v "I hope that I am'intruding, or i < gaenher'butatraimple.food.be taken the Cardinals shpuld'be, 'in lYesever

/ .. ., to Helen, wh !yeah that;this delicious old-fashioned mom is Dar's some fac's In de wui dot don't the need of,drinki will be! small. :;Many 'C idli1afJi """; 'W
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;; ;; 1 "H. .1 casing ah&t February {avwaf the "Popular SciencsxMonthlv .
,-J'be... ,j.. on.swi.v..Vw'timwliovp t't t' battlemented. towers -peihaps.InhaibyI
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+ ls txAti+. Tb' hear r : OD the statui of the Americas.
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_. >a.lQ..J1II.W.J dad I I drumblkig'
orpl'b :fe4, rhap ,_ still. slowly.:
r -.t" Iwas a boy when Inub'f7 felt, SK'J citizen of African descent aah WJHm a
..1 r .iJi. b .t. #11.i.. .- t 4i"*" a J' ; >.Ia melody upon my ear., r x -,. away, a8it J--h.- ; been, cling: forcentnrlea .t .
In those dear days:lonjc pasf>and cone. every anoldworld hundred years hence,has set some pedpla
l3. .
i" >'If. nWMii) sporting here in boyish glee I :to thinking.:The ProfessorVdeducUonaVfrom
moonhappga,, the.inote The magic of thy.Sabbalh tone, f j village, or'a great town with, '
_. foul;:or,fit; weather''may be expected Awoke emotions deep In,me. I clanking hammers, the one rich jthe I the census -tables, are that about'
Pith ,. '' > i'Lons 1980 the United States will DumberboUt't9CoOO -
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.a during the, next seven days1t ;jean have gone, and I have atrayed.Out other poor,. ,but.1 both,. dowered, withthose' 'of"'peopledonly
fj' < )
I I. this 'calculation' o'er the world;far far sway; aspects .antiquity! which are so! ,
for
_ ae'orm hatistgivey ;; ;Tbe'space' pccuples Bat thy dear tones have'Nunclme played* (), whites*This ia the b Istatement.
li dear Amencan.
: > ;'from 10 in the .forenoon to 2 iaatternooo. On every lovely. Sabbath day. to the eyes of. the cultured Thenon:&hmkerwfll'hobilat' ,
When strolling o'er the mighty plain. There are village* along this wild
: '++Bip.the coins ,'TheseJ i observations 'refer '
West. it'md the bake
negrophobist :
in the refuge
Spreadwidrly unpeopled > may :
Welsh coast of ancientness to be
patdeot potaswih principally to the.rammer., though they Eah& .Sabbath mom rye heard thy strains an in the theory of a '...hit '_' 'csjivern--.
JLfle spring and autumn nearly'hi theeamer'atie Tolling. the welcume day of rest. equalled hardly anywhere, else in Brit-
innIIotajnjnashe
,
_ = m8D\;" but ,when the negro h U :.hundred
% 'r Upon the Rocky mountain'tcreet, 'tain villages which in some cases have .
Where Ch'rL-tian feet have never trod. undergone little change of aspect dur- more years Inwhichtogrowupwititthe
\s 5': .The.rnoon's change'; first Quarter;. In the deep bosom of the West the five hundred Remote country and outnumbers hbwJbit.

Jcipotassium. Te full aid, :. last "quarter" ; happenbjig.'during; I've thought of thee and worshiped God 1 ing past years.. brother more than two to one;and out
'- from railroads primitive in all theirways
aeons,' the six of,the afternoon hours,"'%:;i.,'from.4 Ring on. sweet beil. I've come again numbers him tnneJ1.'StatG of'the
lib too"
cherished call to.
To hear thy prayer; .
they are of the old world, olden. .,
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_1J {ern away as sooniilvercoine to 10., maybe followed. by fait weather;. 'There's less of pleasure now than pain Time has hardly disturbed them n 1" .. ? ',.. ..-_ .,
.but this is mostly:dependent; .on the tcind, I: In.those.dear tones! which fill my ear c since There is and story extant..aomewhere *.

e + We as'noted.in the table.. ,. Ring cabling on,dear bell I ring on 1 I ifdays'when .London was a'villagetoo relating to oDe of the'prisoners of
thatched
gtpat-careln then use \c. < J Once more I've come with whitened beadTo with roofs and winding Dion j sin; !?, the tyrant of.Syracuse,:or .'
_.tr !, j'T.hougbtbeweather-ifroma vadety hear'thee toll. The founds are goner lanes. In the caves and chasms hewedin .
R+'poasible,do not And ere this Sabbath day has sped some other tyrant,'who each day noticed
uncertain
of irregular cauies is ;
more the cliffs,by' the long rollers of the
I 1M- and
more
shall gone may no the walls othia prison.appmach';: nearer:
in,the latter part of autumn, the wholeof Givear to thee, sweet Sabbath bell I t Atlantic thundering in, a thousand
i.hs1LacuP. of water, loved of together. :At, first it,was! only i uflpl-
Dear church and bell, ;
so yore
winter and the begins ng'ot spring
have of
storms been found traces
; primeval -
.
And childhood's happy home, farewell. don, 'next it was something more, then.!
yet in the main,the above! observations man-his' bones, his implements .
,
trirrcntothe fingCir;about it was confirmed, :and finally:Ut.was a
wniuls; beat the will apply'to those periods also. Look,not through the ahelt.ering'ban the bones of the beasts he ate-in great fact. 'The walls approached' closer and .

dfopnto the cup, t 1.I'To prognosticate correctly,especial- .,(sue Up will in'to-morrow help thee bear: .what comesv,, abundance. :.The very land is older than closer, bringing'with '.them, ,ass I their
eases where the Wind is' con. the land ,of the ,English, Scotch and
then Iy'in'those:
worst ;
urtes Of joy or sorrow. terror, apprehensions a slow: .
f
_ M.. t llitlt cerhed the observer should be within Irish. Ages before the solid parts cf
h6hbuld
astiff brt> and terrible death,,all too horrjbly real
sight of a:good vane where the four earth on which the rest Britain,was '
__ the first I Some people bavo'.a special talent forgiving ized at'last- ,Tathe e. negrophoblk;and'
built had ,,risen above the wide waste
cardinal points of heavens .
hiat again .the 'are correctly -
r 'ejaittl; ; J advice. What a;pity it is tliat, teacher of a' "conflict of races" this
:
the world this land
plaCed.-Lrilu.e Ncm tn ot waters covering ,
et litrtlelongerr they have not a special gift for receiv' negro question:must present something t
now called Wales, stood alone in its
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asks, 1. it of the I 1 same aspect in a.political aeftse.
ing
; island by itself where
glory an strange
$te. about' how many Clinkers .* : Prof Gilliam, a Southern man; is forced. Il
from Stoven
/4 i- .Removing -:My principal method for defeating g monsters dwelt, and misshapen birds'and
> aicAr to the conviction that in a"hundred
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n lnlra. >" heresy is by establishing truth. One reptiles, wandering, left the tracks,
Statecereal ,' .
which Years or less, the blaek man will dominate
Bostonre proposes to fill a bushel with tares ; now of their feet, which are found today in
'' The A' correspondent"sendVto the
Ia, .?, this land of the free andif he ehooaet,".
if I fill it first with wheat I shall 1
r' cat the solid rock where they were impressed '
,4. Journal note 'to-hia ,
1 of following : dictate laws white:;brotber> and
S asChemistry :
; $ewholecountry.: used. Once in a see in the PaPers defy his'attempt.s.-Hcwtan. countless ages ago.Ex.t lay down,the conditions,,on' ..which'ha i

The directions' for removing clinkers from Bishop Simpson made a good point at ,
prod can stay in the country I, <:And'this ia 'tj i
rjii l U6,13i,373; pounds'an the'linings of stoves., Prevention being the laying of the corner-wtohe of a new t .'. -..4- the output of, that'r.plant ofttwtnty i'.

ggg pounds an acre. better.than sure; I propose to' show w I church recently, when he said: "One Costly Rugs .. slaves in Virginia; and.this'tiS-Btatee-.

j tuaderthisform: of l they can: be prevented. Three years answer to those who assert that Christi manship!which leudorsed it.Ic ABut .

.% South', Carolina, 'ago I put:a new lining In"a No:S)Iagce anity is dying out is 'simply this-we : Made/ ;,what; ia to be .done"about; it P ,
4" acresiand heater 'and no one would Imagine, from build more'churches The line, of argument Where and How and .How far ,: .
,produced 1 They Cet to this| Country. Nothing, so as the .main.;facts are
fyfspeaaflf, half,the examining it, to-day, that it had been cannot hold against the line .
'"country. Tire used' more than a week. With a pieceof act:on. Infidelity'builds no churches ,When an American buyer, arrives in '
a stay, and the question now is as tq the n
otgty was ::34,973T being iron about half an, inch wide, bent to i:I f founds no. asylums, endows no univer- the heart of.-the' rug-making. .country. .inAsia best use to be made )f him.*),If the is to..
1 sities. for he selects the best agentbe can
reach .the whole lining; scraped the Unbelief provides no refuge outnumber and rule "theoiu ttry.. he

lysame.u1t surface of the'lining,'shook down light the infirm and poor, nor furnishes help find/and gives him an order.for, say, 100 must be educated. ,i Nothing" .seems, '.
'and then coal. comfort to those who nigs of, about ;the colors and sizes poi
ztbat.whiYo e ly put on Kindlings nor weep.< plainer than that: If this ia to become 'I. '. .
7 will be if the to excite certain samples which he may find ,in .
20- epuIred fire has been left ,The surest way' sympathyfor
nearly It.abol
a great negro i republic d.be a
i product l i- to- get too low'; but it' is'better to do any one, is to ,persecute;him.' He the bazars. ,The Turkish agent then creditable one.. .All ,other connecting 'f,

O6'poundewhich' this, earlier as It'keeps'a steadier-fire may be in the wrong, but if he,is unkindly employs natives of the villages ,where questions growing out of. aoekri ...atate

iitbet'uneiaaallp; favorable and takes no more coal., rl think I can or .unjustly treated, although the kind of rugs :selected, are, .wanted, of society are trifling compared with the '

OTimpToved methods :expUtin it on correct principles. When there may be'no'approval of his 1 prin-: giving to t'ach..3.bag of gold' an4 .Instructions importance of that .step.- ;rThe.educa:

y 'the fire Is the hottest there are no ashes, ciples or his deeds, yet the improper to order four rugs. The subagent tion should not be merely.that;: of; "the -

Sbvssioxs- for as the heat has decreased the ashes treatment which he receives will excite then goes among the families and three R's,". .but. sucb as sbail :make:a

4 yon kindly have.formed,and .settled down against pity and call forth the.' 'condemnation. of talks, rugs'with. :them, drinking many good citizen of;the negro and redeem

and pperor the lining, and shaking does not wholly candid minds. Hence,'personS who are cups of coffee and discussing the price' him from. the: character ;of machine (.

.'William of/ remove 'them... .If,' more coal is added-, nscious of being in the wrong, often for days at a time. When' a bargainconcluded is I.politician.- That is his present danger.If .'
:
'of ingland the heat is sufficient to fuse, the ashes try to make' the' impression' tha.tth; yare some- money is. furnished. the I wh Le.white'influence !' .
iq'iorht' now, predominates .
,'there ,'treated family for wool, dyes and food, and the
lining ptl'SeCuted'and'
: !tspllitl onto the and it 'stays.. wrongfully course ,that feature of our politics can.be"
Erch.time thisis repeated; more ashes to excite sympathy' in their behalf. agent goes away, sure that in the. eliminated the'other;\engrafted.on4the .
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d $ing of Spain and adhere, and, it. *. 'does., not. take. long' to- However= you! may disapprove never of, a few months the rug will be ready country,' need have t no \terrors. 1'

r f>i' an!t ,'you spoil a li l Dg. I scrape these ashes off persecute a wrong doer, for by so doing Upon a"carpet'measuring 8x12, ,feetawliole : for the citizen,of that day; ,We/shall. I'' ..:

Ger'man thoroughly the first thing and none only strengthen his hands\ family will work for 'months.The .
you .
l s pt the i, Aus- woolen still have the best government on the .
elldil4rtirilln,empresses sj'and; the adhere; ;:and it seems that the lining Christian Cripples : The Golden Rule ,cotton or threads whichformthe planet" for;.our successor,, even if it,. .-

lx andrItaly JEmperpr .}will never, wear out There is another thinks there are a great many Christian groundwork or warp" .,of "the.fabricare ftoes not strictly realize the.old idea of a- ..

five years'oid;'Queen'ff.lelldy4hree thing to be noticed. If one stirs a coal cripples. It says-: "Some are without[. stretched.updn a huge frame 'white man's gomament""} jt r v; ." .

King Leopol fire at the top, .in .the. centre, the.'fire. arms; .they have never helped any one I 'Ui1dlh of. a .rug, and the family, or .' ., 'r 1. ., t :.i'1''' i' ,.' .
'
}7tiseph[ia fifty-two, 'I' generally! gbes'out) because the cold air over the rugged places of' life. Sume 1 such members'of it as are able to work, Serviceable Hints. s aIt' '. '

ffitjeighf, Pope Leiree goes up .through .the. [.centre... -;; ',but'. by, are without feet ; they have never gone sitbnthe, floor, and,tie knots in the warp ;IH. 51!" 4ttr>vt,. "

,' King Alfonso is scraping;;around the ouUide of the fire, an inch out of their way to serve others. threads with the .colored'.wool'lufts, ,:.

__ 'Minder IILL' isJ. and leaving the centre undisturbed,the Some are voiceless ; they ''h \'e.never. tightening the finished fabric now .and, In scouring;'tin ware; zinc or copper .

____ .. uj ens Augi sta of air going* up'around the fire slightly even by a word, encouraged any one then with a rough comb.* vessels, use a little keroserie' : soc' bath' '

.. rldloneyears old/the cools off the lining, and the coal in the who was cast down. Some' are deaf; Each worker takes about twenty-seven brick: pulverized, ,and Ume. Was i the: '

sufficient to'bum they have never, listened to the voice of :y,sselm hot watterandjollsfi witn'comFpon J" ,
f Id id forty-five ;the centre retains its heat inches of.the rug and works along this J" l" : v"r ,.

,''Qneei !Christine? up again quickly without kindlings,' if suffering. Some ,are without hearts,;. strip. From two to four inches a day is ... .'whiting.. -_ -.X.t iciti* v.

Ikttlmtrfou ; and Queen I the replenishing has not been too long they'do not know what sympathy and the speed at which the rug, advances .if An improved watertuc varnish: 1 for,." .

rtw. JEz. delayed; The grate must.be letdown 'generous feeling are. What a Procession the family is large enbugh for the finishing:wall paper and' ,for. simllar.pur-!* '.

_ :'often'enoughi: to! prevent the accumulation .such characters, would make if whole width of the rug to. advance at poses has been patents d by,.Mr.. George .

r Table., of.clinkers in the bottom.. Once or they could be seen as they 'are',- on'the the same time. A rug eight or nine H. Beck, of New Yorkcij.The{\ J omposiUonconsisteoftbefollowing -, '.

.
*- ., twice a week I let down my: grate!, re- street !1'" feet wide requires four persons, who ingredients r' .
.
..
Weather ,ThrpughLunations place it and in some' wood then 1 : work The of.the j cpmbined in''about the prpDorUbns '
tdthi H 'of ; put -. ..- .-' side. by. side. finishing- -- : '.r,
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of the live coals on: the top whenit I etc.is work stated, viz. : ammonia. ,one hundred and.
Porsvar. ? some rug,smoothing, clipping, : a -. JtJ **> ;Jfc
tirmp y 8 burns 'immediately. '',I.then put t 4 The'Welsh Coast. -. > requiring' skill 'and" 'judgment. .The .I. forty grammes ;,shelac,- ,WAS games v. ,,t'

f llesalt of s many years' .gq ,a bodful of coal and close the stove, .-.. .. wages are small and the payment is ,according :water, five thousand arammes;. e elatJJi,
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r ibs lrbb1e being on- and.have a fire at once.without< '
"coir ddtion'of thrrisad having"gone dGWn, ;and so keep a good .. u'I' of the British Isles.-- workers know' certain patterns by g1ytierine'tsixt y$reltgmes. Pen rat''L't:: J.

irr trei.1 fire:all> winter. This can'be depended l Nearly three-f! urths of the ehlire circuit heart, and dye their own wools. The nish is readyfoL"".useT it-pnayibepplied; tI' .

t ng the' th; on: ,that, !scraping the ashes from 'the' of Wales is seacoast. A'great partof old dyes have In some. instances. been. bY,.rollers..or "M.'t' jas{ dtj ] a bins', 1.

lttiettv tb'e lining before replenishing. fire-ffdrywill this coast is rugged, and dangerous, supplanted by aniline colors, which. do' _and wul've'J I .the paper,. oJ 8I\ 'eves rich 1 e ,I'..

'aC>Ilaeilher will ic sti tsrr ;- '' effectively prevent clinkers but there are frequently recurring harT not keep their.tones, and .fade. without and water. --pro9yea ef .I.urnLh.irl' i r( 1
bors of refuge easily and safely entered. jug a surfacethat, may Jae asbdtbith .
. '4feiiiauce'''of i the from adhering. "I.'! giving to the rug-the-softness of'tint '" '** J i* 'l **_ .' "

' imd tltigtesoe ,.. .;._ I' l.l : _' '. Steep and forbidding cliffs i ,' with fronts'of which is the chief glory of'a fine :Eastern warm"or. "cpld watery. oA. ..l''t't sr r.n .. to'

seldom or-tiever '.. ". I '4, "- .-*- "."- Iron; black jagged, frowning, receive rug.. So'many merchants; have refused GoonhtoaA ryexyj jcood t.- ,. '
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? Stir rftLJT. 2' LI T "Progress._ : ** .the'Atlantic's rudest bufferings grimly. to buy,the carpets in 'wh.ich. aniline hey cleaner.can be madeby.jatacji nga, r ..

r9'o ; .'t It: is gratifying note, .that .the. The .southern.shore o(Wales, from a dyes have been used that the juse 'of bit. oft sponge.to.a. 4.atiqk.f f the

j colored people,e. throughout the entire, .point just;below, Cardiff;to the, extreme. them, may,eventually. *. stopped.. uThe'rugmakcrSj'as ,chimney is .not much soiled, simply; r
country art improving3''&:every!sphere: westernmost reach;;of land 'at': St. DavId"s breatbmg jntA Itiu<
;. Frost,unless windrlientbillrtlyll' of life. la the Southern States witli the.r Head; is washed by an ocean whose a' class, are' poor and tdo ; ls9fW 1J4t4 tsk' 9Pt;. ";\

I limited educational'ad vantages'they ale free sweep.is unbroken straight across .in ;money, very- ignorant and. werylreligious < fautiif; >badly.jimpked tfi4lpg4 in, ?

1 wnsnow and stormy. making wonderful strides"'towards'a to the coast of Newfoundland.I .At ,'but live comfortably. Especially; warm soap uds, tp& drj.tLejvbimaej! .on.a .1. .

$ -. Ratn, higherand betterlife:, ;'they arerto. be various points the cruel'cliffs are made around the borders of the Caspian' i Sea, clean cloth which will pot Jjaw>lint on

Gold rain ,if wind'. eventually the owners and tillers .of the still more cruelby.huge disjected'rocks in the country watered by the rivers the glassy: They hole 'abog; JDer': -ti.
scattered about at distance fromthemainland from the Cauca sign mountains; are the
'"stnowlfev. soil; their thirst for knowledge has produced comfortable': t:: ahouldbei kept opentpodmit,1iar: & .
e4wi4VPld a Mch wind. in almostevery'Southern'Stale as if the. shore=was showingits people in 'circumstances, 'entirely.free from !dust.and gioease.,.The. : '
.
Snov read or rain.mndi Colleges for the- higher'education rf ; teeth .in warning to the mariner. although about three- centuries. behind wick should: ,.b!.!trlin yer '",eiejily. ; ::

+ it4.ywradxorx.7. Where this- frowning:;front ''is broken the'rest of the world. Wine' is-still 'Fill all lamps "
.uttlltrb s youth'which rin time.will be productive [ M then WO f. tAevpr,1! u

of vahteUeresultA; th being Whingio occur heights. ahd buys exquiifte brought into TitUs in ox-hlctesholding a near another lamp or ..fireHanfingil.u: ."I.
: with long ,reaches of tawny hogshead of IwiBe;:and is sold' & bout ]lamps best there there ,
beauty
> raet11.e
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III- >Q c r' o wltt,4aw1Yall.O1 -'fear from >ither'rpolitical party as .. 'i
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s1n --sands;4iucli the wavee lap lazfly ot it 15 cents.a gallori- rugs alid'carpetsare # ''L hefamily.3 5had ..lamp ;
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: tial '' BUmmer afternoon;; *orraci'wild'windshowl'WJst6rm hIChl brought iipmWFertia 'and''theneighboring alheyesr. }.1.d to. .:
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r line of the cast;till of the arrival camel-trains. : being one. of nature the more attrao .
age first the Union of. the SUte and the ipr'aspenty 1 striking .fascina- '. 'renders home ,. '
quar- ; .C happiness of ourpeopht. tion 'in:itself'to the loypr of:theplctir-1' the curious sights of the town. ; tive at this season than good) ,hiB: -

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.' 11beh'ipreeeaf Iesere .ff f" .. 'OA '
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,,i 2'?).":.;., -1.e'.. "! '_.K.u'r1. )' : 'rr,., :.t,:...nnl.2'.,. MJr '" yo.-*. d ?. ; ; Bf PLE 1BD:' FAUCT :GEPRIES "''j.tn.. !iDOUBLIL1Carryingthe 'Y M
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'.-!....,....".*'....,...-.r..:..i:....,#mt. "- 1.>-......,. 41acu ., '..... .it3:'!.;1.1 muena. 'tliutlaoe tJ ii.fn M..1 Confectioneries' .t!'..S.'.. : 1:
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: .. e JE :Jfosea ; *Boad ComiB&ad .; '
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:, Wtpppiirtea n> Elegant-- $ide-wheel. : i::
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and
-: DistrielNo.- -Fine Tobaccos' &
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f ':& _.lift.inlipe1111'Ie S4I .. .. REGUEAR311i1LGEO. '1 ;,
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ao'J ;lfiit.lJ; ", '+; ; ... ,Simmons' unqualifiedTil 'CIGARS: : .)(.muD.Cap .G.J. .'i.

.:." +ffl"TU, 1pp.potiori wise, "ordered, jhatthet mat; .' .... It.B.'f LAST,Capt J.W, F ; : ;
t. or
.""'. ,:I'_MnITIJ'r'H1gPA s lltra s.ttie,>idgar tpftbelng out al ANITA Capt,C.II.''JJrock. p-

1;. ',,:;'"a11nIp -r, ,'I '.--p.1'", ., 1 ,',.,,-' falsrid tq"Dri-Wittfeld's be9i definitely LAMPS.. .FIXTURES, Ono 61 the above-named foot Laura. .f ,
De wham;
Bary
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6Pnici'1tfl' : pWpOnedfor further action! c ept.Sunday.at 3 'p-m'for PAL. : l ? ''l'V<
'.'" .'v.v.: '' .: B i8I.[ "w, AUverJ. 6n motion i It' ,oideiedk that the report .WOODES'. J&'TINfT.. .. thfE. BD E\."T 1U'BIS& and aU. ; ; "'l
.: : landings !
: timng B1Iftii ($,$pMoe ) wbere Commissioners ofrsub-Di iiJ')
piEoad Lmazeen.
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ojl' EOS.I. J.
adftitiJiD ", "''''fcir it Capt. l '
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,1n'NEW:1I6iIIP to 'Cr.rlH'. trict$Tof 3'bbe' 'adoptedwith'' the amehdjaents Meal. / CornEa FREDERICK DE \ .n{

.,: that the'width be made fifteen feet, WELAKA.,Captain J.S. I ; 'jf.1fJ
.-'i.. : -.a-c..._ >J.Jf" )llifl.1: *per seven and J alialf' feet'each side"'of 'Townahipjune23and jQ'," One of the above-named -'
foi$. revatrtwtlt# ..,1"f'J, :. ,;. ,- t"d DeBar wharf foot of i
I r >4; ,. except Saturday,atM p. ..!' :'
..r .EnUrtd at,.0*;jR*,f(jgi* ill'.TtamOi. at.. 9n motion, it was ordered that the pe .. :;. Palatka*., r.and Sanford.W. Railway.. Enterprise wharf at and 5 i -ja

-; ";:"', (tt.>.<,..6eiG.atJfiffer. ." ,. rr ,- -, tition of A.:'Brad j and others 'for 'a public Oats ., Etc." diate landings.' } QL
Falaitka :
Connect at with :
::
; \ StKiPiCTftlMllhiTyt' ,;bat ueljhia road frdm'the Salt Late road to Pace's Railroad for Gainesville and ::01'-

M, 'class kgfabtiva bean mating ita; approaches Landing be'granted and that the Road also agents for Eostia Conneete'atAstorwithSt.Johns Railroad for Fort Mason >! 1y 1'J t

\ for the la*tovetal, years< : &pareftilrolio'pectltiplsatltlooetQhecoacioaion Cbmmiaeioneni of District No.1 be ordered Jacob Reeds'' Sons burg and all points on.the Upper ;.- :'1i"
to mark 'view and lay'out said road ., ,. Connects at Volnsia with :,d' l
.ij : : ; ;
; mond and Daytona. '
:t.
; 1rhe+J.";. !1 ie1y.eI8 aDY without expense to the county. # CLOTHIERS, Connects at Sanford with South 'f',

limit to:'tlic p wf w nantdEtirit :the *,. n-JDOti i'the following accbtints'Rere samples to be seen at store.NOTIONS:: road Altemonte for Longwood Orlando Maitland., & ; ", ,t i!

"-ability* Ooold, .*VahderbUt..and a audited,and'ordered pudiii interestbearing ... steamers for; Lake Jessnp Salt. 'a
;,31
; .. edge and Indian River. <
lure of''t.-DliiUi.f.irhi h't might ,be'JDeDtiOna .warrants: Connects at Enterprise with :; g ffl
P D,Wesson ''$14JO! j A'MeCrory'$2.00:' : Daytona. and New Smyrna
:'; 'The-wt,3aking1ofalmoat: : : j : DOMOTTFANCY DRY GOODS Returning Mall steamers leave t..i:
1Y,000im( ihftriLoadtaa d-he iacontroller TJ.Cocbshnft 1.85EP Wilbur 135JP : very morning at 7-and Sanford : <
fe I and 9 close 'Jj!'
a.m. making
.., of corpbwtittur the '.capital;of which .Blake-.1:25 John H Sams' 8.80 Gents1 ClotMn> & FnmisMDi Goods S.,F.and \V. Railway tor'all .;{ ic

4 fills. ,bu "'_1'ii tjpf': \$ o. ooooo. Ellis B'V. gerJ41.40'V: B Sanders 17.60 I :March 1st 44 tf.A Through East and West.bills of"lading given, '-4,' .i-f

He ia monarh"d[,the stock ''market and The following were; paid in old scrip .The steamers ot this line are y'( '

his poweriWltWha.kgialativeaod judicial JlQw.due'for-old ecrip.'turned over to the STR., ASTATUEA, In everyinspect. *

"of our comrHyjj .n jtiigh.yomaZpotent. Board:. Will Leave Ticket For farther Office corner Information Kay: and apply i \4 d.. :

.f. 'The wont foatlr of all this Is that he. is JQ: Stewart $72.88 RCScrimgeour25.00The LAKE C.B.FEXWICKGen.ran W.B. WATSOX : : : } ; ,',,si.
SALT ; '!'I" ''',
; but 'one ''atiiii'Jclim'-k ,Molt.magnate. following Were paid by, warrants :,
tf*
f on the Building Fund:'' :Every WednesdajSaturday lI ?
Corporations iriiconnorinti; whose ends FOE I s*. *
'. ,and ium --Mdrp Uw-soTirdigrity i :PEjWager '$11.52-A A Stewart $1.40 at 10 a. m. connecting at- '
tI.
i ,the'pe pJa.-.idto'i ttal the'--public's. ,produet. J' :')IcCr ry $1.50 'Sanford and Enterprise; THE TITUS: "' ; ,- Kto'JPt

., .of toajwi' ly' limited Y On motion, it was ordered that the petition with steamers forJACKSONVILLE. ) .,, -,'ji-.w:: .
s just legidAtiiriM iT_tta?from becoming of A. P. Cleveland and others be ON ,

i wibiMptA j : *' 4to aorf I'crbshing' : granted and that the Road Commissioners INDIAN :RI ; 11/tt t'

I 4 selfish and &< .miinj: syitem**eTer';organized pf sub-District: No. 6 be ordered 'to mark ,-: :-
containing lt
l y by the combined greed of a dommantclass. view.and lay out said road or a neighbor iEeturning,Leaves', ; ..' ;f&'
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: hood road. to the ,Large Office, .Parlor,. 'sir:.
By ftplIriIiIf the. Interior Department .without'expense' county. Sanford and, .Enterprise, T"
f it appeaa that amce 1861 X/oogress ;Board then adjourned< until to-morrow .Pantries.Kitchen, ; ,,
if
at 9 :
'Every Tuesday and.Friday a. m.,
-" morning at 9 o'clock. Airy
basgivelsklaytoprailroedar 195,000,000 16 Large I !""ri
k urea of thb public landa... .Thesebelonged4othsEpaopleroAmetica' land :. *TUESDAY, Arait,3,1883.f Cabin fare to Sanford or Enterprise,$3.; Servants't .
Meals and state included $5. Deck. ,
; they Board converiett pursuant to adjournment room ; ""
.
iflie' quorum fare, $1. 1 J.. H.'SlITU" and all necessary outbuil #: d
were given awy.fie people:; and t present.

i 'some'day:will:'again come to.; the-people .The,Board consumed the., day in making Fib> 1. Manager. Cistern ofl2OOO gal. : } !-,'K.j..,;

by,their paying from W :to 2,000) per settlement with the former ,Tax. Collector NE,VSPAX'ER: -also-- ; >.'

'cent to tJLoe' onaoranti to 'whom these ;A. D'J hniDD.. .FU NI [ .

j lands wce givwM o.: 3r 1- .;' : t1.i ;. Board adjourned untift "* .
,: .Is it to ba>trmdited a ; that'there:1&class a .ning'at' 9 o'clock. '.The undersigned having opened a' including Piano and '

of Bdllionairea springing up'aU'over WEDNESDAY, APRIL 41883. The Grounds'Co.'iia."F., -

the country aisde'do by class legislation Board met pursuant to adjournments ,' NEWSPAPER SUBSCRMON' AGENCY :'I!,,..'!

;, -- yAMeri VfeilatofS giving' to' quorum present. Will be pleased to receive"subscriptions. are Large and Nicely '; M "'

; select few, 4ljiied'
: which beta .+..101.. Americin'pcopl Johnston'SrV: be paid for commissions as 'Periodical or :Newspaper published.Save DESIRABLE .('
: knowing that the American;;people must: Collector of Revenue of Brevard'' countyon TOWN f1
.. -o-- '\!
and will JofMb put their hands in-their Tax book of 1882 the sum 'of Twentyand time;'trouble'and expense by applying For Business Dwelling' : -J,:

.pockets and'poirchaae bid: the Very lands 76-100 dollars balance in' full for :
., : to CHAS. H. NATJMAN, GOOD : }<
taken awayfJnm'tfKul and given'to these said commissions. ; .-
e..l
:' .cormoranti,I Asw;ft eorporatioris, r*;these .On motion; it was ordered that the Subscription Agent, For Gardening: -&

monopoiesh4 *4ii ft'!'#,l x ,! I gum of fifty dollars be drawn in Building Haulover P. 0., Brevard county; Fla. Terms Easy to n ;- -'
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Is it to be wondered at that 1 there are Fund warrants for discharging the expenses .c ";;'
Parties.' 3 *"
The Lund
; getting to be-so Many'poof people bithiJ! of fire-proof. safe when it'may be House ,t '"i

: country iYJio.hue' hid 'work.' to. zna ked delivered, and to.be placed in the hands 6 Apply or address, :.. :

the year'alBftisWBet- keep body J P. Eo,;Vager, Chairman of the. Board of Corner Main Street & Washington Ave. DIRS. M. E. t ,wi

soul together.wa u' ffcefr Sherhage,.their county commissioners, to be paid for said Titusville : Florida. Titusville, : : : : ; ; t :"" T,

property,is snatcfced from than and given purpose.. = '!;. .',.t
to satisfy the avarieaiol' thcibonnorants, On motion it'was ordered that the sum -1- SPORTSMEN'S !:.'
Location Good .' "*'"'1'
: the corporations,
land '" 0'1" for' services as janitor of the court house. A cosy home for the 'I ,. '.It'!,.: :;

Is it tolier wondered. "at that', the rich _Schedule of county warrants turned SPORTSMAN INVALID AND TOURIST.oSallboats Taxidel'Illist and N !:

grow richer rod theMpoorpoorer, whenlegiskt&n over to the county 'commissioners, Apri4th' Birds ft animals for mounted with ." I
-4 Anatomy. \ --f
:NAjneVic ii riegi&lation, takes! for cancellation: Everything appertaining'to
:
the rich mendicant under:its 'protecting i :No. In favor of, Date, Ain'L In attendance., and fishing to be found at my t1J

wing,reu4viDig< them" from* taxation fo-:r, 5. A D Johnston, Jan 8, 1878 $100.00 A Deisner, Proprietor. ment and at reasonable rates. t'' .._..

Government'support and i heaping and 6. A D Johnston,' Jan 8, 1878 100.00 THE Also dealer tin the ; '
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.; piling thea 'taxeV on,the hekd, .shoulders, 8.. A D Johnston, Jan 8,1878 100.00 SLOOP "AGNES. ready brand for of Asbestos use. The paint best In.and > ;,'*.:

and backiof the comparatively poor. 16. _A D Johnston, Jan 8, 1878 50.00 commanded byCAFTAIN paint ever Introduced for

Is it not'Vbe. fotred that;: this class 17; A D Johnston, 'Jan 8, 1818 50.00 JOHN McLEAN, use. Oil stoves in great ..., t'' ,'<,
; legislation fa to nndermine,'if It lias''f not 18. :A D John.tonIan 8,1878 60.00 Makes regular trips on Indian Five for family or boat use.

already''doneBo 'the principles of:a'democratic 19. A D Johnston, Jan 8, 1878 50.00 SHE CARRIES A FULL SUPPLY OF LINSEED OIL W ARRA i_, ',

.: government i by.creating a monied 57.' "A Johnston, July 221878 500.00Jame Groceries,Dry Goods, Pratt's Cettateil lOll i 1 c .)

aristocracy on ibi one*hand-.. ', and-. .a. class,i .. -. A: Sellers,'Apr 211881 1.25 Canned Goods,; .!' :;:.
I of dependent;aerritude on the other?' 129: R A Hardee, Apr 211881 5.00 Hats Boots and Shoes STOCK., } .' .' .
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.Ia it not td( f feared thata'we; 'ire in atransitiwi 14. TV F Richards, Apr 211881 1.50 > Triple plated "Table" ware ,

'iiate:fifoWa republic to'a"'monarchy 26; B Hardee,, Jan 41881 9.00 Ladles' Shoes patterns in great at variety low prices.; Prints anew u House of Holmes, Booth& -t. ."f''c I' ?

'IBav "we'nbt ratlp_ ;'in,the '*' Lanterns.Razors, Combs,, ; fi
I luiillstB of'Bjuatatne"' 6cialists of Central TOTAL* $1016.75The Reafy-iade QotMQg Toilet Articles in endless variety., ,
J
Board adjourned until the firs'. r. :'h"
Eotp ie |ind' ,hints of GreaBrittainik Monday in July, ,A. D. 1883. NOTIONS. ClgarsTobaccos '. k:

picture, that bay 'serve as a A. A. STEWAET, Clerk. "For ecuho y. and all smokers' articles:' ",
': .. lUrch 13,46 6m. .
demOcratic institutions .
-warning: .to free. 1.1W When you cannot 'iri ; .
to avoidieTen the Dcel'of 'driftingfrom TAX COLLECTOR'S NOTICE. S. RYDER.
app ar what you want in the other ,, y3
the;pttre principles;;of justice,o f I will be of at the following the places for for the 'ROCKLEDGE, tnsville just give R. C. $. a call. ,-i
collecting taxes the
freedom' tfeivfl* and ; purpose will be sure to get suited. ;
religions liberty; ;
year 1882, viz: Has just received and continues to keepIn '

taught and bequeathed to us by'ova forefathers LaGrange Monday' ,April 16 1883 stock a full and complete stock of G yoOaring to the recent .o '.d ;i
t
.. t>* Titusville Tuesday: .17 ceries, Boots &Shoes, Hats & Caps in >
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Point .
City 18
Does, ftSoll, bAoove the American people Wednesday great variety and General'Merchandise C.
Rn,; '
the Aneriean'preas'moulder'of I Carters ledge Friday Thursday 20 19 of every'description. Ask for whatever ; 1

the peopW tatnds;td Bound' the1 tocsin, EauGaffie'Monday .a.1 23 you may want. One price to all Canned in the way of a ; '

"Eternal vigilance fa the price.. .of liberty. St;bide Wednesday u' .25 Goods of every description a specialty.LUMBER ,NEW : ....
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': 41.1" 1 Bumham's Monday ") SO '
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J.8eoitorileiae'cfthb ,Haulover, Thursday May 3 aid an eiperienced r
: State;,#>wsr the

'guest J.dga lllegt in N ..rk,1N.' J.:; Burnhain's BEOOXD Saturday BOUND., May 12 1883 Will be furnished to order on short notice together with an'increased '

Monday iepi ngJ 16th ultimo. r.A'reception .' Haulover 'Tuesday 15" atS13.00 per thosand. Dressed lumber Logs & L lngFac )/>

wai keftdewd'to Wrn by many lead: S D. W. McQuaig 001.Rev.t They are now prepared to' 'JI
April 1888:: from 820.00 to $ .i.00 thousand ;
iDg democratic'1Y'i., He -started' for t per ; -
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Wsehing6o tIIi'Ded'1a1. '-' The Boston CbomoRvea&A quotes Governor LUMBER: & SHINGLES fell I cut. aM at "short; < ;, : a' ."'t

.8P'W Cuerota* ***-\V M* b'' far''reobverei ..Ben Botleraiaayingin justification always: on hand. !?Twenty thoniaand feet of- ; '.:.ti

from tbe'e ed"+' od Vie:"'o .h di of his continuing vto attend to his 1aw :P. H.. FISHER. -" ber now,in stock n.Yeg ; >>
" .. ..Ie'tt'. ; .Shingles and Lumber sawed + "
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" IIC- .' ,6't.w ..:h. :t1 t!\" a. i ; v* 7..a' pra cttee;,.!( \'ftJIOrTalbotdidDOt. atop] -THE BUT IS dlgA( tiT.N'gTNRESHERS ered to any point 0Il'1ndi ..1

h Y to r able'to be u 'and1' ahQ V H* willprobabry his woolen mfll .,whenj,Governor:;>then reasonable. ....,'rTerm- %,' 'b '"

( leive. .'iri'1'. -f-,w'aTtof.iI& r'." why; should I stop.my: jaw .mill, when,' :, livery., C;srAGRCBER- '
: rf*I T -JwW fi&t'&t3i .:
DOIg. i iI I am Governor4r ands wae.r'-enrr'iar l..ar.r-11III. v 43t4 Georgiana; Brevard : '1"


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"' ; 'rSa.rttri' e'fill ll'U'N' !1.y l' .mV, t. .'. iil.Jf. "t,f t ..'"93i"' ,. .
: ..CflIDERELLAIeivlag u order to'aVoid ttteppdbitiuflnt: to shippers,' .I t ,R'I'! _'rl I i44!i e'JACK9ONPILLE'FLA.-: .
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.l ample and;splendid"aooomrno: dl/retghtlntwtnba at,. _. :gej'- (W"J1kin., .. 'I" : .: ;t. ',. 1--: ':a4ai Lon j.o Js' : 101' ft'U:" ..; :.. ,;11-00 IJ. 1
Uttonsfor Passengers and,FreIghI'8rraugfd aad .4. }:'; '' x
( ezpreaaly4t: the. Mall SeV Il n'I'whirQ4 jF 4 qys.:; _* ':Special''rtttebfioe',* paid to; Orders and\Cor. rc .poiide ee. eot-;.. :t Q
.' Joe. ffiSrtttluCaptainr.;! ; ] P'tivillan-; vice and Navigation ,of thi';beau _, . ceiningCoodit > : y jj?, J ':: ..
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tif ul River;.will commence' making.'her son. &. eo' :,:Ai nti.l'eb" J8t, _6m40f. t' .) '. '. ; .. :. OJ.Itt.. J'fT ;3'.tligKq J ..'ti'l{ '"" ; .1

iegulartrips h! on or;about 882betweeil"froni the tint"to.the; .. .."'.* ''DiOi, .\ Oreai'T. .. ,Tier Gemenfsr' ar"e(f pff itd' -Dealerj" ,JJ

',,, .- : ,. .1' I'L' d*: io t';te, ''i{"ttsir W 'J.e"r 4 THusville and Lake Worth '' : \: : .
'l'lTUSVlLJ"EY. ; : __ : .FLORIDA. 1 Y. Hotel."andousekee- Sere y't 7'4 :
; o, FLORIDA: at Ali Intemediate'lAndingsj\ 'Deal'In' J ', .. .
(Touching .... ; tJtf t t. UA .".1:

on :: .hand.u 11./11 every'. alternate'' A .da-,'' of- .Meword I:i, Drugs, Medicines,' ,Chemicals' ,, .. 1V keep everything. imag\tialile' in'thl.. liueof- goods mentioDed'a' .. :"':! ;?.I."I' ; !t
Ig aw- 't' ; It 'tt.
U-j a-ite.&* >-.* *, Jv--> 6S ,-' -. Fancy and Toilet Articles. abTlz. ror ering describe, fop >sautj, }.iJ.j lf28 of'gOOds and 7o>ftwlliiereioelve., f+r

The CINDEEELLA is probably..themostpedect1y yP PfiTtaer! Dye-stalls its Oils ,. iwbaiYoflorderafi. t' ',,,,s- V ";[.: d/fc-, ; r,x '".;a7A. :
safe'Boat afloat She hasthree grew :'" Jc. .__ < ....J-\-... -.- .. .. .

separate and distinct.Hulla, each .aperfect Varnishes' &trashes,&almost everything,. .., -.. I ... ,
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Y ';i4 '' water-tight compartment itself. i kept by a first-class Drug House. rw1A: .LTON'JN'T'CO:: :
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r be has also all 'the modern 'appliances Any drug, medicine or in- -t:, ; .. .
Host B liable,Place of : ; : !'! r fo: j 'tt3. .
S strumentneededby'' customers .. : t. .
and Improvements ofc steam\''engineeringSTEAMER : : : : '' \1 ,
and not hand will be ordered."Ptescrlptioris ." .., 'D' : .t J t.
l t.i on. II; ,LJQ __A.It' .. _
ki' j 7B' &o&c. .. .J, ". .t.J. '>'J'!i1M r<+ f !If/('' -.
lY P' g"P carefully compounded 3. 'J', .. tI' 1! aJ', <
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DUCHESS night or day with accuracy",and"dispatch t ft. f'1J\'tT\ '1': .:: .t" .,:, ; ,
;i 1t 3 1 "irkrt!'; fit ftrr h' 1 ',
-; by competent persons Iy36 Orang"eTree, an&rt'egetab1e i Manure. .;
in f ': Nearly,completed;: will 'make Regular ,
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Connections with the CINDERELLLA. K 'n ''J' '". r* v ,U- 4
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., W .B. MOORE ; -- v. v-- ..?, v ,.
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? 3 1f between. PREPARED EXPRESSLY tbe-'iUl.f *;of.the" ; it.'iud 'yegetable.'growers o'f ;

Titusville and Smyrna. .General Commission 'Merchan Florida.. It will produce a but sound and healthy WtJi'on trowing,trees', '* <.I'
with
; > ., and will supply bearing trees .the food needf'd'lor.beavy'eroptoltn c. V*V ."'> .
Further,particulars in, future' 'advertise- AND DEALER IN WILL GIVE nursery'atoek and vegetables<< f a-.Iuxurbmt.gro\.(UI.;..nd :.In'.the. j .< ;.
ruiIf ''T<% f, '- ". ,. went l atterIT tends to give good sizo and quality,and earjy maturitjv ".,. : : '... v *
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cfoit goods are : 'fl : ., :. .!I -00"; f.\tcr\ j ..' 'j *
":o.-: -; IT is SPECIALLYBECO3 thDEDFORFJPZ.4EPJJS r, ?' t<. '. *
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desires it to'be distinctly Groc.eries'and: ( "J ,
f t fro B.The; undersigned .' .. .
,'A 't Itsd ioldat: this Stead. 'understood that this line 'is"not '. I I .. a \; -WALTON" : ,. M; !ITAN, :! .' ,& .'CO',,.. :.e ;::: t.Y' t... .
: "Utj6 .. \
t1
.
'come"that : :
for s day; but for all time to rr. ,.r. ; r. t .'tac't .. '

.;, 4 ,, it is put upon'this Route and Rivera amI1yiSupp1ie. n .. ..,ft ., .. .:>> 'I.' t ) "Wll. I.aI1.. .,.,_DeI.O: ; : .'
-
permanancy, Summer and, Winter; fU ; .1. .. .
t4i Bark otha *
'r ; .. Ask Captain'3IcLaa1 thesloaptdynaf, ? bang a
!: .0. yore ,.. .
and he respectfully asks.the countenanceand ., ;.. .
.
'* ., ._ t .ttr. !)]I "'t: .t. .: ."-
'
,
encouragment of.the! people to'. sustain TItusTille, : : "Floridi.NoremberlOthlSBO. n". '.
him in his reriterpriae' and venture .' /jnr tT : U > '" PL,O W-XD'r i ',:-J .v 'l.i'I.. ; .;.. '

i l promising on his part to do all1 that lies ;- ;; ; .arl97 (n.e'Yfi-1 1t r.:." i K ..,'a. r
-ii DdFdc killbnyttactly his to make it mutually advantageous ONE MAN'S, CASH' AS GOOD AS ANDErsoY \J '
in power .4' ; ,;JN9,, oC prmoud.Agent ftfc'Eisl'iWd Sontti'Floi liil :> '*>
.to.all parties,concerned.,. ANOfHER'S, .

; 031ed' 22tf W. A. X. OSTRAXDER. ft LUDDEN ;'BATES' '
& -. COLLINS&CO..HARTFORD I ; ;r::

50Cts Only! 50 Cts,:Only-! 50 Cts Only!! Southern MusIc'' House, ; .
ii 1878:"''' tOi nlY House in America _Selling t: : ''i Establish*"' ..2tf.J" **, P + f14t .i4 iJ)1 < \

Elegant Pew and Pocket Bible; I. r. '. "'--J; .. '
... r'tlpl 4a Fr.il.- tG j4 'W ; 't vll;

tat. ?: .. 1. 5O. Cents. OlrtIr: I *' 0 t',. -- 1tt. -3J 1'1: T; "t.r111Ai. :- i U"n ,btit'a: kfj ref

d aRargxareu '. .4-i"J'.i JA .t: ..... ..\ 4iR: J..+ h/
the !.
This i is by far ; handsomest and best
.1 _
.. .. J! .. eaA; t,! til4fai .:t' ;.,i.4 JC' .

.fHeadquarters' Store, Bible:for.'the, money ever made.- 'It. *contains : '!-. 1iL 0'' ... f-' f'1 "l.... ., *,:a'.. .

>i '1-1U i'J < i ; .,fl, -. j .;"' ..' J ,* tr- fli!.k.,.' ':...d ;f1 .l1. .,. .
Titnsi lle Fla.ip err'Pianosi'y0rgans II
a both the Old- and .New :Testamentf '. ,
_ I ,
a-'l'. "rll'"'Y' "_. {'"7 T1'r"":uI\iU1. ,. :...' ."
-
f.e4Qut of the, origfnal.Willi .tongues J.l". '.'. "). L ;,i:!!...."1. :IIUf.t4f',.
,
r:, 'q 3F,,'G\j: .J) !l.f"Y4 t y.',

finterested. his own all the former translations 'diligent- 'I f\Jf J y :.rit ;,).4: '
} '' II.l '. .V :.. ,< .
K tle' 1eaaed -to know that ly compared and revised. !' Y ; j '. ,:."'t. !4';' ? fP.... ;r}, .

: On the One Price Syetcm.i < r : '." J' : : l..r- -.T ;i J2'TUlJ4rP.4O; !f.; t.r.1l .i

GIBSON It.has: ,a,beautiful- cloth cover. -,. x hand--- One UniforaPrice: .to .AUAnl.lat The vifiiMiwrjwiyfimitB.' : ivtyiii! A .J'Y-: ; Ji .. *'U'i.;' 4 "iHSJAxes -1 ..." .-f4b .
\
.found' ,
: lletoytdere'tobe in ; Gii7 t g311J
somely.lettered in gold on side, and also .Lowest 3SIno\vn. Hatchets "Sf. I, ..'Picks' .uA'>Jt1...: l
Via
; Tiwtslle,, Tlie.usual system of selling Pianos and ,
tiSs'iy .
aoaa and in :
&
back'red'eiges !
cleartype
a eTi!TO SUIT PATRONS. on' :. .c; ,. printed... '' Organs is for the dealer to charge any ,. 'QiALrr ..
,
pr.ice; he can get for them without regardto AND .' EXTR4 i!?* xt--M H
thousand
t containing. altogether. one either a fair profit'or ,the ..customers TOOLS FOR FARMS A1TD:VPIiAHTATIpirSrAlso '
:Cake' made i to order four interest. But we are proud to say thatthis :' ;
one hundr4sdu and thirty pages. has never been our method selling: .
'iaFlBialddhottystili, haiuLr For the benefit of purchasers and 'to FETE' STEEL AND .CHEAPE&"PJ.oW8. .; ( lJ'

',villa 1 Bniter. .Hop" attached. ,Bibles.. no better are 'sold for.. twice' and Eecurethem the full value of thermo ev Of all sizes and prices from $5 to $30. dlsb'P> Macninei.Farmvrt : ; .u .ttks., .
.
;*: V% ; we established at the outset.of. our business .t
will receive >valuable Information;'catalogue 'Aow{o" >i '
,
even throe times the money we, ask for ,twelve years since .1.
Price by.writing to the makers"" ,, f> '#Hutif{ '.;r' v* -'
The
One
System.
'this little COLLINS COM 212 Water St., New
gem. .
;' I to order on short notice and to this we attribute our immense and : -

"A hand.uift; or11 f1Y-/u'J!teaches prosperous.trade;,_Selling on this square

nA&I per SHINGLES thousand. and scholars and one sure to be prired.Erongdisl. ."--, be basis the renders very lowest it imperative one that that can be the given price: : : ; : ',

We are pledged to this. We always have 0. N s I'iiiil1I
'o riys'orihand.- r"The'sironder'ia done, rued will always will do It. It's .
," low anything to beaus ful crrtr creed and our practice. Xo other piano / ,.*l/J t() f4C .. to b'A..rw

_. r110ER & CO. aud organ house deals on this'priucipie. ._ .
,
:
ml.Ian. t OIlB
io' -.J1-I .attf'
can be got vp cXeap"Obterrer. ? YOathTOTWILYB ys,_. tM.Asp.e..swl.wknt".. P.L.q
: kA.CBKITva "JoU4 """ 1 peut1U.
Bible nowis the time tosend Our in tor.alyt.m...Cplal._th...PiU. ar.ep.mpbla.rr.uefosreoitei .3Inetiee. IIol4lnVJbd.__ ... ..' ...
If you. want a .' prices plain figures are J placed' orsathr.wfortswt.owmM.r -
I on every instrument. A child can buy as .., ...
drain' n 1
for.it. One copy of the "greatest of .
low as the sharpest trader AIT other
\ U if *. fe< 'II'tl
flpk & .JI. : '
'
: l_ Ilet all books" sent pstpaid to any address houses have 'IDgh prices and give dis
counts.". The Florida Star :Printinjef Officer -
1\-
;oh:receipt, of 50 cents Only.1: :Address; '. 'The. "One Price" system'nies time in err: t u4I '. kl3 11 t' .:,.t\, ,

tutd Most' Direct UNITED STATES PcBLisraxo co:; trading and is the only satisfactory way ;j. .'\U :f .rJt" .,' ,? '
,ALL : >SOF'I
;
; > \ to buyer and seller; for on the high price tu J
,..' .. 49 North Ninth Street, and discount system, eveuj; though:.the. 1 .f 1k. ', -4 \t-.r.tt:. "i; '#1:.. .,

+ 1ROUTEeandIndian Pa. customer buys, he is not sure. .that. he has [EI CHANT.ILE PRI-NTI NG-J ,'.J ,
22 :ly Philadelphia, .
bottom prices .
River.Mrf .r" e.t .3i 1C r.'ohU".LM'tla'f... c

S. MAIL. Valuable. IPropertyFor .Advice to Piano and Organ Buyers.I Such as Bill Heads, Note and Letter leads, Business_ .Cardv: Mouthl j..{St.)temenu; ;., ..'t

.' Sale I in Buy quick.is almost. Why certain.?.Because Pianos an advance and or- t .' t Envelopes, ;Programmes' Posters.i:( .: Et :Uo ry.r its ** f r-
pnce
.... ,
'' of land in the City Point gans are on a 'boom. 'The demand"- -' -v if tt Jhh Tr a. :orfWi '0'2r t".b "' .
'
;, DAIL Y.batwcen the ST. Thirty acres ..
-'3. i ceeds the supply AH the' factories' are Furnishedr at Short'Noticed '. .."' .!"1 tlhI:
, ., .. h.
'galTnriizedWire .
.
Hammock: Splendid new behind orders... 'Dealers with,, cash in .. t : -_..., .c4. -" A". "
r r ptii i 3iv r Morning. ar Fence around twelve acres. Five hand cannot get Instruments as fast as t .} rPositively 'I rlJ
4 f. trees wanted.Pricesof material: and labor are \ .. :tL JIIJ' :C. fi' ;- ._ the lsAl[>c tiny. Hundred young Snd healthy Orange CONSUMPTION I :
.
,
r advancing.The present low prices of Pianos : 1. z -. : ..: .h..1"
d'ik)4 :p-.V I 1,7harn1ng bearin 'treesJfBeaTitiful: : River ....
Forty ; '
and Organs cannot continue,and will Cures .
front" Six acres as fine'cane and banana not again rule in the next ten years. Those : : 1BFUD 3 Aj'EOQE3 .

?? it bh1T 1tgrnicg ,irrivievening. = land as there is in the state;'. Adjoining who buy now'WUl"saV money.' Large AD sufferers from this disease that are anxious ,t l+4 nfl' lil .J )'1: ijrwJi
.- contracts just made with Manufacturerswill : to bo cured should try Dr. Kfcsuer'a cVlebrated. -' ,
land of the'I Hon.' Wm:''$ Sharpe. .
the enable ConBumptlon powders. powtlers PACKINGHOUSE.it
to
44 2'11tfrd't ;R d R L v us guarantee present prices are the preparation known that will cnruConnumpUoo LUND ; ;,
Here is good opportunity for any one untIl January let 1882.'; After' that 'we ,anU all prv ,ood17 desiring to make a good investment, as can promiio nothing.Delays are danger and Lung*-Indeed so strong Is oar faith In 'iIt siIJo. oR'.h.r. == orid1. .
tl'k them anti also to convince that thtor are .td
; you Jf6'r.n6tn rMi'g.t; ,
ous. Magnificentstock.jjqw on han) rJrM: .t.< 1
sold.' Titles perfect. no humbug wo will torwant to sufferer.
the place mustibe' every
Seven Grand )lakeri.Over 200 different by mail poet paid a Free TrIal Uox. FIRSTr-ChASS"; : R.lJo.Jik'ci
Parties intending to purchase can make styles now in our 'w warerooms. 'Elegant ,'Wo doa't.WaDt:rour.money until you are *
4: Dr. G- W:'Holmes of Hon Pianos $200. 'Beantlful'Organs' 950. perfectly satisfied ot tbclr cnratlre powers. If >& a *t?jrjt i-. -liVfctiit t
NE TOR enquiries of your life is worth saving,dont delay in giving 6' uflTniw winw dAu iMnt '
W. H..TSharpe. '''For terms and 'further., Easiest installment'Terms Sent on trial. these powders a trial as they will surely cum LillliUloj 1 n luidlV.iW*!* ;
Every inducement that any .responsible you. PrIce,for large box,4 3JXX or 4 Boxes for \ .
par icn1irS dreas1lA. P. Perhaln' Q aid Mouse can offer... Competition with:the '10.00. Sent, to any pan recei of the I:nited- .'Address suites or.Canada ,. \hftffil- Beer"1.always., on dranght.. 6''NAVAL" ,.

min Ch err. l geAam City PointFht world. Don't fail to seid.for our Catalogues by mail,on ASU uoBDn : ,: ... '
: .
tauinl : LProduce dr' confer: wifii'Caplaiia 'Petef'v'nghT of and fall Price Lists, 1882.' Address 47 ly SOD Fulton street, Brooklyn,N.T. ;1B TTLE ,

the fast sailing slo6p %")naP, ''who ''will'parties Men 11r' Bates! So nth t rJi Iusic House'' FITS. EPILEPSY, ytLC1.M.da, '. CDO..,bnauo:u oflh.&u.r-Oea.M.:_.,.'Addem: -a.. .. .

'SA OAlThe i. '
V NNAH
oury td Me the 1ft { .
r Gnat Wholesale Piano& Organ Depot Or Fallingickness* \ tout s I
DBS. WALTER'S\MOUNTAIN PARK.Wernfcrsplle of tk South '1I 7; (sreisa, t.aea.r..nd. .
..
.. :t .. iID ... 1_'
cured Xo -Uumbn '
Permanently -By 'one
... ...... ...
- .
ear.Reading) Pa, of Dr.tioalatd'B Celebrated
44 : ( ,. Month's nettle In- ... .'.
thFlorida. FOR' ''SALE fallible\ 1'owdcn. To convince sufferers _. ;: .Ie. .B
tlt oq.e.s: that three powders win do j all w-e claim for : "IIIIo'y ,
.-.-_ lalhiessiIS u NEa .:A flat-bottomed boat,. loop-rigged. them we will send them by mail port paid a f ,
jKE NUiR'TIVE' Free Trial boxy As Dr.- Goolard 'Is the only HO.PATEftT ttC"P.AY .
diseases'of Twenty-three feet.long,.wjth % comfortable : Physician that has ever .:imadethU disease a obtained for'teeIIania't1'tle.,....
and
w.L' For lung stomach debilityhas as knowle '
and to ke' taod
our
study t
cabin wils special PA.TI- ** Compound*.",J>eslgn9,
; ..
no eqnaL' Send for'pamphlet 75 pages I < wdf y Gpio4.J"Wth SMOs bare b *n.pemuuMaUr cured by.the '> L jLn pivllminarr examinatKma'HfiM :
'15 tenth Ofpulars'freeVAadfeasaSabote494k of beam insuring good carrying capacity, UB of these Powders we will guarantee a patentability: of.ta enttoua;.Jre :;'(.,Oat r
care lnv( y CAM.or.tAmd. '
< :"u 7.J BO'p'T?WAT/TER'lC, ::'D] :: Boat is perfectly gh ,arid'aalla, .welt- permanent all money expend .-.AU. sufferers aJoNdgiretha yow "Cuidg for obtaining! Patents" Is entvrre..'ifar rerywhetoc.AddrtssLOtIISBVIGryW
; .
r bw1lers aatearlprlbd and beeoaweM.LivL .
J : i pnl of small slie that SollcitonofhtenU,Washington.D..C. .
;' -+ .H.'ft :Mfr'Ja .a1' AMBT'!'_-L. Also a good ) will TtaG( { -n

1 .._,, i Y THRESHERStl: 'Yqrk-an11 le F9S tprtbe atti I 8eht.,1D&DtoJ'Ut ee,for large box. W-Off fcfilw or C.8..or JOr Canada.10.00 ,irari_ lm '

"' f-: ; .. "A ClDlrecis1Pt o{prloe..L or by oxp C.O.D,
"
ett CB lea, 1 address, '" d ...... 'f'1 id t =t "Al1 lre8W,'A8w"kOBBa..pM">1": II'UY+r ;
ls.r1 t- ..... 47:2m ) :Tit1 l'fill8, 1"1a- 4TlysistM > rettBrooi lpn ..L... .J. iwr.ca.tea adwar.,':; .'
., =. =:tI t e -...- or ...t f. ; ; coeUz -. iYr Alit 1 W..ee. .- ,l.-t t'l11.N!"U l1iLri'eJ'li. ..ir '
- I ;n1Ci'ti ..
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\ 1(< ; .a.Q radiit'Iiii t3.1Jt Jhould :
ft
,' : f., ,. a | ,be harrow at the back
.. ,/ ; (j +' ". ;; !"z:; 1 = 1 .t'V', ; and.

...t .- '-'.' ". 1. ,., j.8. :: "". .Wj.1f : t f-i <:t y. rQI: > Ot rlAlOiaR0' ti bald!, inaboveth'e jouncedor i' "
:
'".of- ..:M'ii.'__ .. : : t : edge, tn* short'rouri3eiIs a '
.<.. .. ..* ...JlItt"d)7 ..: : ...( >>: r ;.. A no- and i erpet ie "e. meta the aggirYgatevalue of'th fr'$OC1 still fashionable
t I r")1 -' i. !tt 1 ; so are straightfolieyr: ,
:: ) r:
.
r'6i and .wf. At. t..001 fI{} ,.
( at 000 n wnb r '
< !P.If,L ""; .pq )
: : and
f a
: 'vrot L I. shirring. In many' instance .f
.. .. t'
1 .. :
> .
r : of cattle is'pUced ; .
lltM length; .t lt 8,:19. lrliila the Corned 35 2,2:0,000.ld '
fullness
; ;.Lutf r lr .. b bic r tI + dotS ,1io Id iese< \fiQ 'it\1

g .'...: WttWn: distance: of fifty yards on theI1101A 1 I border.'is: composed) otrngg'ot.alightldifferent !I:1 ,.iTpe English hatchets prefer cattle j. lower: part of the skirt, and it r i ?1J d

.;."?r' :f w .j.f.n.w. -. L.. .. .. .tw!jother.ntnOar wells ,deei na>adwit d pe11C9 .' weighing from tl,& joTlG6< pouncfe, noticeable' that the drapery :
"' isJ.cuii.ti
$" nations of color. 14U1d sheep about 150 pounds live weight.
a. ,- J1J"r'.rJ I ad local:trndidonassets that there is ; infe a few parts and made
.
: as .I
simple
Inland, : tafnaoE"stair: /'from .
Ilrtlortk.a .enpbitioQjlaetvreen In, window .1'Wethers b ing one to two pence a '
mdeigvetrnd .
I .oo possible. .
... ,
'
.;;. ..J'.I/f; 'tiiIII. .- V '. ed glass,:for;: the lower half,poi the window pound more than ewes and black-faced] .q ;
... finds in ,
theory ret
: ':,r. .... iftWU!. fa,three._ ;This support Paniered basques s'...fa, ria .
.r-- ; .. ..' ... ..,.._..; .Ift.f, ..$. .iU the fact that'when a pistol fired at the ; are becoming uausl'and'are: ; : : ,a very sheep are preferred., ,worn'as ever, but they are '
e.;..; .t, .. .- ......... -.c:' struc not very deep.; i.
: ..., < : with great improvement upon the ugly cSugar beets and yellow mangolds:.a re
.a. ; .
..,.._......: I. montn of;one. of theee wells. a viewof'dfaturbingthe : and are rounded fe
"' QJ :the-hips'when :
_' l. ; I ; trees of wire and .Their :
t'''' "I'-; & .; > .t.ja le8Uof: : Ihe pigeonswhich woven wicker which excellent feed for making ;milk
., r ... _, .. ..:<'yJjj,.. ; they often connect with. drapeq it ,
\ ,0 have done service for healthful .
1" o long time effect the aad
a ,co s.
noontide ; .upqi\ >
t' at the !
( m && iW :., thither the back, the skirt being trimmed <
f 'Z : he'etaR the made "Those''who,''known assert that4 these their aid in digestion and''assimilation: with. '1
noise by their at
......... ... wings, ruffles or plaitings, or alternate} rifles'
tii"' f "1 IT'r.pilii:2iit; ( i i1: ,tatr.Tery lpudgetsgraduall fainter, particularly pretty additions'to the win- ; of other food, ,tend, largely. io'' tuteetheiield of lace ; \r,

: '\\ ""'";t,':'. """",.,.,... 1P,'''''' ,.. '.,... ..,;". .''1 -. ) M though the"birds 'wne escapingthrtragh do wt;will'eoon be r equally usual'*in New!" / of milk; and the "abundant t the or embroidery and plaltings of li
material.
..tr : Ti .. "t' '..OP'. H- Sagging puffs are aboemployedotgraduatedRidtbandxita ; .
,! : '-Bbme laterafgaUerie*. :Thefeeitftinly York residences.ExceUentscrapbaskett.' I !!nutriment contained in them. gives
>iaieiito thtN MeUVp_ utaD :.are now madeof quality.and flavor. -T fI
:
itThioati 'betake. themselves In somemani3rrawayj ,.
.ffihll fnn._: Japanese umbreilasl: .'The modus operandi \-e--;see 'it .stated- that -the"amount'' ruffles of embroidery between or head 't
..w y.r.' ,....-.z the"perpendicular \S simple ilowsbf ': .- I ing the puffs, or with insertion ; turn
r II : chenille or )
_. are, for cattle during' :
.....: :A .. '-I..f. ahkfi wiftout-'coming out Jit the.upper paid. imported, ,the '
:.1 of shirring between
,..;11- : .... ut eaiIDtiat -; mouth :though there is no evidence to looped from .spoke to, spoke, and, thepoint year 188l.was'$3,67iiOOO.; Fbr, '882 it is upon which theedges 3 ;
4 ,
:. "troableii experienced'. of the uiubrella fixed in of the 'P'tlffingJ 'faU- .
,
bf opened a estimated that the amount will not, fall but'onb/jN, ;

'iL J:, rij 'the' ', 'L Set fib either tW of'...ta the rreiit other takes two place wells.through The stand.. .The addition. I >f &",briilt bow., below $3,000,000. !lightly, the fullness being somewhat- .

:!If Et 1trite iso/ettt a oaIltelthtough and ends,of satin.ribbon. makes" .a'pretty;; Oniousctrtapwithfoodfor chickensaresaid straight. .eipended;on. the boring of these ;
.it; Basques and bodices .
h"n ,
'1dd. .- .,f ,...... -V. > V J :t1iD8in_ have beep enbrmoal., :;Jf.the ..fl" .*ish ,to bean effectcuu remedy for r are cut in a great :$
-
.MtI'of'1li.W--t..dIe' Bwottrbdng' In1Vr object was merely to secure.the-water There is, in fact no limit t '':: cl'jse fitting and'"well shaped
fj.iti"lif.. a !jii with 18.Bttt ;
possibilities Japanese productions mixed with their meal 'ti.
lnpply fot.aoane'fort"which'' : i(originally once every dayor I
1 "" ; 1 t p .i : worn, the coat basque is as fashionable, t
,Two fans for joined |
crowned'these' heights'one !cannot see ; example, together r wo is also beneficialrchen,. symptoms
:
,i:'i ,. '".InHinfoJrrUatkm... ),.1 .'.L..r. 1 11I1up '"; 'whyf:>;shaft' twenty-four'. t"bi el II at the'edges'with narrow;satin ribbon, of cholera appeara -- !' as ever. ; "neither' .having heea "quit! j. "-:

.:-- a.RJ'INT..' 'ili1 '0. air.Ift teen:and so accurately cut. should e an ,.exce1ent'wa -P ket for Sheeps 'frer greatly .from exPosure superseded by the pointed basque, .hoi... ." .; ,
'Ji _tII a h ... t.rm 11 havres lowed up on the hips: and deepening to a
parlor or bedroom.A and need to be well housed especially
btmrequIred. Were they indeed : .
'IIftat.tidIi'1+ point"bacLand front There is sBrP
.;4 ..th_ IJt 4 fiii or 'were they intended as passages for pretty hall cxfnerU; asUym>deJby; 'during storms. Throwing fodder on the plaited blouse basque, which 'holds} :.
exit the of Corner shelves the:; ground is a wasteful practice -
thfcf sadden (. from some help a carpenter.
,U e 4ef1et.1 .( I ; hold can its, own, and 'the1\ shirred and: teKfed ..
befitted into either Backs be made at small cost and
fortress built here to the plain in may side; oppositethe ,
,
pi ...,..t I !WIthout waist,the double-breastedJackettausque ;:;
awe? :In the latter case some sort of a !entrance, and serve-.to hold an oina- they will more than pay for themselves ,
: i ui and the "French"
waist
t' J so-called ;
''staircase n1d have mental with creeping'plant in a single winter. ,
*piral w 'nec sarl1y pot or a -
.
"' $a anft inflammation the which is belted in ;
: broadly but is plain'
been. attached, .,. to. the walls of the shaft bowl with,gold-fish. Such a nicle.if:; We want" no better sign ,of a good ',
"dooei"meeebitni : tlievsiioa"rritid I the shoulder :
mint. -' upon and
) <. h a ,If Jrhleha& tb eent day no trace prettily draped j could be a very great farmer than that he prizes manure; and open Yshapedat M-,
tbid.t..i.t rise the neck where
a it is finished
B? ieuriins., Unfortunately for science, help ,in. brightening up-.the hallwaywhich :: ,- believes returning to the soil something with a *
tooeoldfftn .. lMe ruffle of lace
; ... l which extends
t .Ift ., -:of'anal:aDd no traveler, has yet" visited Shiraz sufficiently is apt lo! smallj pauses,1, to be like an equivalent for what is re / _to.thebelt?, *. *: 4 .:.J:

o downthetAOO gloomy and depressing' effect..5 moved. The secret of good 'I fanning ,
enterpming.to
;,. '.',"'.''.''.-.: iJ 1' .\
:{ -:- .(.\.. ,'- 4'1:"\; 'r";r'J feet [jcf.petpensiculir, > Side Kith rope, '-ofuriol i The Geraians.cultivate'ivp;;! in ;their lies in making the land produce the best The Field- 'of* $cie- ,\v ce.,

}'c. 'Fa..C, '. '. 0 lldd rJ '
'';; .-A' ; '1" ''"'J'...irkb.'.' .*' t".r'' outbreak*Tm"*', '",of. ,',enteric- .- 1. ri&tcectanlfibe found at the bottom root in a large pot by one ,1dof a window L '' GREASY HEELS IK!.HOUSES.-Greaseis ton, is authority for the statementjthat '
m \f'ff" m aj .
,...:ftvwD06WKi., f-7...
:<';::- ;1IIt-. ,". u"'; .7ift7 one' --.ba1Irl' -, .were' better ropes thal1'tbo Et.-SIOW made in it forms a pretty, frame of the entire more injurious to the,horse, undo not so naked eye in this ''latitud Within

oJ: ;,_11111" w-. .:..i, ty ghtcasesfafflnf"r ?etT-.Ix, Fars the risk of.to broke neck wquldqot window, .At'Fordham there is a drugstore easily cured. Wheat' bran is a good opera'glass 300,000 may be.seev_; *
*
1? ,},.J l..Uii'tW: eetan""" .-. ;:ill., 'during .ha.. the ardor,oftbe.most; venturesomeantiquary in which ivy has been trained completely sedative for such affections, and 'should with the most powerful telescope about ;,
4'.f"
;- !'. ,....-- -.-: '." i J'.JB-'na- > b0aeel f and so; up to the present, across the' ceiling. passing,,both be fed at least. half and half with In 50000,000.-; ; Astronomers! have
.fa t1Ie -J1 'in.v .ihe' pigeons" .'alone.,... 'enjoy the sight of the windows The root from which it originated dL-m.meal or whole corn, and one:fourth and. ,mapped 600,000 stars", :"

:, m. it... J i.. .". mflesapartbeir, acmt'tntlID.- which; possibly lie at was- brought:'from Westminster to one-third 6f oats, rye or,barIey.Thehorse ; :homemade+ barometer is easilycon-, ->(!
.... : .I.a' ,
jftttltarT.. '' thl. .fi:1-1,.. itect';.mmJ,, I the bottom.ot:these astounding shafts. :Abbey to this country several years should also be kept well salted A strutted .by filling a, pickib 'to '
b; 'sew...:':'.;-1J.-.11ippJJ;; "Wi:,:-1.1. As.we.have aaid>before there is now'no teaspoonful, even full or heaping.i wilhinthreeinchesofthetopivitlieate botUe :

v{. difleienCand. the mflk' sir I., :,d6.i. vestige :'of bnildIpg.lett'' the hill to ago.The according to his size, and mixed well Then % 1.
rif ? -.-. -. open,fire,.place,,,which is now up take a clean Florence oil"flask;and i>i ff

(t: ."rl1Idtrou." .dMt' .I! .___-,'- indicate in'any-way the date of their universal new houses,''has become the :-in the bran at night, is a'fair dose. plunge theneck as far as it'J1.1; g$ into i;:
:
dress conditions ire
Under "no easy 'construction, nor is there any inscription subject of much attention' In the latest TooL-Every implement needed on the pickle bottle. The :'A

... :scatter ice the. healtt'olncers, .- to die"eutheit apparent on the sides of any of the styles the facings are of exquisitely work the farm should be overhauledbefore.. and fall with''tlie4wea'ther'leafing!' Jt'iU.rise': the ,
:'
,. '; '+oe.,.ol... '.the ttosUTIt' wiaellc-". .wells M :to*"aid Y" us :.in" our Investigations/ ed brass and enamel, while centre piec es the time forusingthem arrives. Sharpen flask entirely sometime. eight ..hours J )

f ,r' .b, ,- ,t "1* fa' Tndior s:usna 'in Persia in iiieSe' of porcelain and ornamental flowers in all edged tools, and oil the various parts before-- a storm." i

'f tacked.bef OS*. I.II"" :-a1=J. otaaything Onto, the common;ascfibeV the'same material add to the decorative of the farm machinery. Look, well to A chemist nameU Ditroa has discover,1

;i: Etwfcam regatta' aDd' that.-.pi: .I.the work to 6nletma4lbu? Daub and his effect. .Tiles representing a. series .of the bolts, that none may be 'missing ed a process of solidifying coa ''bil and* ': _:

bei 1r fc** t.- -r f 'incidents form the hearth when the day for using the implements
1 -: y : or landscapes arrangements have been"'
, Furt iJn, iJ.--' ,.;.W V is at hand. The little things of the completed'.at ,
-
while fender curious brass
a work
: '/ : : I TheCuisine. corr: Baku, Russia, for manufacturing 1 ,
.. 'hattb1ItyWOA4talaly !!Jf J' 4. ... farm are important and CSIK :,
", : 1. u t- i t responds with the facing of the grate very no one can dies from
.. kerosene whichiwillbara
.' ; and :eley a:.b iwa4"t p>!b : To make an excellent soft icing,'tat Extra housemaids will soon be neededto hope to succeed without 'paying' strict greater ;

I f partsken'ot: ..a rItalL. \ the whites?,of..two:eggs and beatto'a'me a keep the grates in orderbefitting attention to them.AORICTJLTUKEINCOMMOM. and can illuminating be sold power, : than TIn tifJloir,, :
much ,
.The otbee. three. ewers. in.doubt : SCHOOLS.. cheaper. :\:
stiff froth add ulRtte at 'half their magui '
I ; : cenceo., Brazil
1 In one instance twJi"*'IrMilofdnrnt .e* s'ponndbi. pulverized ngar .and beat -One great difficulty in the way of the large quantities- ofthej best .a
of
Home decorators quality pottery are being '
lenxjw. whjletbiryuid tooknothing are achieving great success of agricultural schools in the .nianufact- :
,' thoroughly for half an hour fla
: 1lF" I ; yprAvithkmbnl : need from the ashes hard '
< with the aid of of'the siliclfousbark :
things
;;"J. 'the two.,'ad{ ij :while > it common' pottery United States, lies in the fact that our ;:
:. i paint which, applied to white wood of the caraike tree, which is po r- .'
'ife'iliN' :
in
itstnl
the escaped.f ... people do not make use of the
Ifi" .. primary *
,t 'the-refreshment' !I .',,_' WD ':. for appetizing egg sandwiches.takesome .l gives it an ebonized appearance. Carved schools as au.iIiaries-as feeders to dt'fOO.and mixed. with' the purestlofelaj: ; J!

't :from i well aaarii .wo t l, eggs, 'beat ,them thoroughly;andfry figures and' bracket supports can be them. Instruction in ,the .elements of obtained from the beds of the riveraL :;

.ff.1rhicl wftt.fraBJidtQ i them' in- batter as a pancake, and bought very cheaply hi common wood. The ware,is, said to"be extremely .141dn .
, tp weontandrnatedthat -' agricultural education should begin i
.. ; :when cold .cut. in small pieces antI smooth and in every're'specf/jsu- !
... .it 'sltpnoaicloipdjtheberlief square, and with their aid mantels and cabinetscan the common schools of the country .
: : ,
'
and put.between slices 9AiJ55brown c be made at home which will perior to that"made by any"other;Pro : ,"
the prove
: ._ .of; hetltfr iDflk rbettg that thpoUuted bread. -' -- especially in those where 'farmers' sons > : /- .
cess.
'' 'well{had been, the immediate highly ; To make old bread as good as new, Plaster, casts take gilding or bronze Scientists have .adonted the theory :
source of tbQ epMemici TjyetY.'.bb- attendance. This is iI
done
,bAng in' .
'yious- inferencesmay-- >v. ** be-drawn i.i frofn. dip thick slices:or square pieces bf fold paint, well, and, if framed jn black or France and other European countries. that the duration':-'of'a'nunaMife should ,

'this,occurrence.', ',One is :the propriety bread quickly into' cold water, put them plush look extremely well upon a light'Y ) The result is entirely i sfaciory.Youtb' be: five times the growth of the animal ,
In a hot oven and thoroughly heat 1l, sold or being. Thus, gets.lte/growthVr.
paper. The little images In ; man
,, ''',ol.carrying .refreshments from home of both sexes can, in the eschools '
.when- wolq'OIi udiyp'plMi through. Cold gems and cold biscuitshould the'streets for a trifle can be' converted beingtrueted intwenty; years and should livVtobe); on ..;
: rt seeking; in botany, in the .,
'
'* not be wet. A quick and thorough by the use of bronze powder into,really practical culture 'of trees hiindred years old. Tbe : and
shrubs '
criticervLion; :: : : : :, of wanning with a drying makes the effective ornaments. flowers in years in growing 314.Y.es,forty.vears4 .:.,
; grafting budding
... hybridIzing
'old bread tender and fresh. The horse reaches maturity in five
very ,
,pleasure resorts. This,should'covet the Common fishing cord is used now for seed<< selecting, and a score ot and seldom : yecit
A hot,sauce fot'meats that is lives beyond VwehtyBveandso -
.;. water not only used for'drhiking'or in very instead other things that will amuse and Instruct :
coarse crotchet of Macrame lac('.
is made of of with other animals: '
njce one..can tomatoes
,
thepreparation, of.beveragesbut. alsothat two finely onions It is less clumsy to work with and equally and at the same time beget a < "'. 10.>'

, '. used. ,,w', r makinf-',_ice.. ; .cream_ and of chopped a teaspoonful effective. Crotcheted with large needles love for rural pursuits; and a desire for Howto Take Out Scfdws'from.Woodwork ---i
cinnamon cloves :
cayenne pepper, ,
Ices;'andite >washing drinking higher instruction in the'BCience .
war and left with heavy fringe;,it seoes.admirably and art a
; t salt and nutmeg to suit the taste boil ) y i a
; '
HIi&Dd1h 3l "iJQ"1: e uded ,inK of agriculture,
-ye tables horticulture stock .
bordering for little .
for, ten minutes, then'take from the as *t +> rf-t -4
t JMTerafcs tsribelueV of peril, breeding etc. Public One of the most and'reaiilesbmethodes .
I.. v fire and add : cupful 6f covered with cloth or_ plush., Handbagsare sentiment needs simple .t
: a large strong
. since the pSaA fromwBicii the ut are also, made of it. arousing in this direction. for-loosening5 rust d.;acresis <$

. too frequenUy:foul''if: ',a infected\ Tinepr0- ,.;: h to apply heat,tothe, head'of the screw; ? !

. ,. .'Thetheory.tisai:water jiti freeing cleats .Chicken patties, which are a delight A novel' decoration for the mantel < A, small bar or rod of..iron,- flat;at;the .

[: itself !:.otiKUicna germ hM! been shownliy to, the "eyes and stomachs of, the chi consists of ,a curtain about avail ,along yard Hints for Home ,Dressmakin g end, if reddened in the fire and?apEJied' .".

E,; careful trial to -untrue..' 'Contaminated dren, are/made by picking, the meat suspended from rings upon a small for" a couple. ortbxee, rninuU ttba 4

l: wsterjlaldsiapnre ice,-no':matter );1 from a Bold chicken and cutting it in brass pole, and seParated in the'centre/ Do not trim w ol with silk ; braided ,head.gt the c wtodjijiew, vii \, asi soon"ee

:: how slowly .the freezing is acco at,. small,,pieces.. Put,:it 'in.:a 'sauce/pan A smalll'ieceof.mirrw.fastened against designs have superseded the,use of pie. as it heats the screw, renderatawitht 4.

' ( !I1i *A6g _, 'i ., t water butte the wan in the centre shows when thecurtains silk for, trimmings- these
or'niilkj not
.; "f1wW1. ;' ; W-jr ( with a little are drawal as easy Vy. the... screw-driv; as if ,f

.,. I !, t L 1:<- :tV'._ pepper sad Belt..Thicllen.: with! a little. thus formed are drawn .aside, only ,much more. effective, but;.they' it wason1yarecent1Yl1Se_ -fj 11.----rj-ew9s. .:.

1 Mysterious Walls. flour .&Dd.W1th. the yolk of one egg and is at,once novel and attractive. wear better-as. long as the 'materialitself. there is a kitchen poker in "h'busey,

2 'j; 2ii14i1%;,wCr ..:ew t; t--i:;, i 1-Jn 'some. patty pans' with crust, no ill ,.''*' ..<- :: i ,All f dresses. that ,areu$ .. for.! t.hat instrumejit ) lf ti d eves-: ftijex? i'i

_f. In:.the',neighborhood' bfiShiraZfOhill ; a. pith and yet tough, rub them-" over with WEATBKK. SiGNS.-rThe color of the outdoors are cut walking. length, and,! tremity; and applied fora few minutes to. .?

-lidi to''the"northiasttheto the white of. and bake'Vhen girls do not wear,trains.under,any circumstances 1 the ,
; an "
egg, do
,an. .bow.. .s. .. ,- sky is often an excellent indicator of the haadpf; the screw pr screws wUl
I'trave1el'.<<'1I.':11.__- :'" !.lick. done, fill witb{the chicken,'aid' send to weather A :right yellow 'sky in the '!>eoI1f they have,become .a : Uuuequired"worlc/pf lbosSiuignd an :

! ii todays of ;the table hot: ? part and parcel of society life, and are ordinary screw-driver rest
aronld I jde.back evening will> do the 1
: .. .. I presages,wind ;. a pale yellow.dampness. "of ag M-tliat is i: over 18. 'Even '
"the Gregt ;. r.taM'i.1Y: '1 An English physician cares stammerIng .' A neutral gray .color in the they do not then without causin e1ctae) r least damage, ,,

In their coaMtrnctfco'eertainly'pdnts, to his while wear, long dresses for dancing trouble or vexation, of spirit. In aU
by causing patients keep the morning s-a good sign; a lu day or for occasion -

a .tj'rJsafftiMUtiiHmnt" '- .j .'..th,.,-.Uinn" .': lungs well filled, to, draw long.:;_and..f re- sunrise forebodes bad weather ;' a rosy formal .dinners any. or grrrTd, excepting' ,work above the commQn_ i nd,.r.where'it'

:", ;p1I.eithei.itie thanrery;: quenlbreatheepeak: }ou and pause the sunset good weather. The clouds'in also where there L> uo.saucing; receptions, ?.J .necessary to use_ screws, p4iar- ,

Y ; moment+ ..:they find embarrassment; :!! tell thenstory. When their. :forms are :Plain plaitedbox-plaited skirts..\\ill' .1 cu1ail 1g o-
: )
-thefectlyrectaafttkraho. Aiaiti'; ,:Nekt: :fbt< :. "oflbts.. speech, taking .a'.long ..breath.heAore._ >undefined, soft, and "full feathery,'' be muchw9rn'thj| seaWn fancy fB8teninPiAQW !ppdpoxed:

'p "...'D..r' :ID';' .... ;t._,_. ,"'i Of going on.;,Ha thwrjis l that stammering fine weather may be expected,. but the eUher.trinimed'ojvto.a; lining, andinay' be to joinery oTfurniture'W
..P. !t ,afilu:Gl.'fO sat l dH?to'_" ,!<<-., SW lP JY l/Dontrary' when' .theiredges ire sharp, entire of.fine .wnoL "jeth.narrqw. ,or:.m. ade aivise. the 7.oSQ.f, : p= dipping
'I''K' v 'side tries m .
1\ pltOl\- '" .." ..!.J4..t.1IIr. 'kznga.VT la amging the.;lungs are kept well denned'.aMf hard, Quiet d : 'I'.. .. ( points grease bef6rcjJriTinglhem. ,,
. ills 'iP r". .iae. c4l'ge : : the '
: dfl mflatedy hence tnat inveteratestamr.mereo coors are said to promise a JOOd'da is hemmed up and Ian's diive.and"alsodto .
In i o
.. all, which_ is the. mouth of;'ft'. going are acrnetimes compelled to sing ,, and deep., unusual hues, wind or side, .braid for binding beiiiig:-.but little e-cUiy 'WlUulia. :
of the I whatever wish to rain and it.win undoubtedly 'retardfor ft
straight down into the ,bowels they say., used. If the skirt is draped the
drapery longer time the action of rusting.

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;.lT" .._j l_" _6vw' in. shear i. it ,...---"Fer-our.. 1-. -Youttt.-, t' f : my'staff':now.meet me if thou 1

flaee-psila.KiDeed wtht & .e.a. ; ', '; ',-.1'tl 't ff4, and:8faralghtway

?:h'.r" #-,,' .. ,, ,.IJi.T'Vl k. ,. -qme- -i ilt 1ni, i clr geiu"; J"v. '_"V.stepped.. .upon;,, I
.. '..": d'I ;"_1IIBIIjjrjt II f 11 1- I.*.. eesnty ""Went pociwvtiin jofoboois out ;
.-. '' ....' ," .''-' := earner.the'stranger his i
twirling
".".;":-!..;_..'..-Ir!;( II'." 'I', _"..{.,:"r-:fY";i, -' 1UMJ.';1. ..:.. ifi'1 '1 doth, the hal.covereA'door, the ;pt=long since:. :tIegnyrth met Robin midway over the .'
.. -t. .. -.t-." out chintz: n-chairs and lounge. : tiieboya attfmding.the, school.most '. .
r. .
.......... 'j;: jjJ):" .a tiii", ; '1- u.. : .;;.a: j I ."I'm. dreadfully tired,- mamma; let whom are at the-age; from' seyen:" ; 4

., !..!l... : .._ 'f' i.') tr 4i"'rt'i'J" ; ; iiW' (>;;'riatc'Ctbegiri me lie:dowR*ehlcrlei;; ; ,_in aVuptresBedvoice eigh'--had,in.their play of.bat an4 did m';knights of 'Arthur's round \
,
'
I touter than
'
i 'J'''cltetnioashs: r '' pearly.. crying.r. ". When he. inakes'uphi/ ;and"threw. erse !ou3h! *creaking broken,one,ot,jhe window.pane In -ftght did 11
lijiM *. ..f" mmdtt'satig' '.,"is.- Just::see :him I I old lounge.. neighboring house.. 2Jo clue could ; Par."-one good: hour they
> .. .' .","" "J... ,.....:.. J" ,.J-.. stroke and
-ahSeC. J3&; '. ... ,,,. -- 'I'" '"Whit':: is the matter; "my darling? obtained to the boy'who hadbroken., parry,; the blows j

""....:..t''r.'b..!"'.':.;'\.':';ucd' "Laura spoke a few:words to Uieboy 4na I. ee-8he"l'didn't pay, of course; and as: hit would,not confe88J.hia,. act:,,. like' hail on penthouse shed until i

.. .a.d..Jtt act eaa of man.Leal .P !?J '" AA. low. tone,'and tie ceased struggling. .for notastickof wood"in'the House.' Oh! would any of his associates;expose, there'C were sore' bones :and ];)

> geidi Lilco...: I amoment: "' heartlessness,'the' ,, wickedness of.those The case troubled. the teacher. rfyet neither'gave way a'single

.:; '............of..>.maead, ... aothNl i We're alt at sixes and sevens;"said ,who are rich!" next day a gentleman called ,to seer : and ,then'they stopped to
.SSSrocnApriBpagiia: the nurse, "and,the missus is orful ner- A loud rap. :Laura hid her face. Her teacher who knew; how to talk,to. I ;and each thought in this .
L. ; vous. )( Bart's ,just returned from : never;had he met so stout a
r mother and--in dren. After
tilled bow bleat are they / : answered the call strode :telling him of. the ]
i irI.1 his
;, _ia bmren..their harrett day I Californy,.without';no warning. at'Jail, Bart Hayden. almost defiantly.At ing of the glass and her inability to life before. At last Robin

.f";-:"c{'::t.;3c tM..r1u'\r. .'..,-JohnO.WhittiLaiiraf r.r... and brought: a beautiful young lady least you will welcome'meo, Mrs.. certain which of the boys had broken. I f Strangers blow that made his J

"t.f'... : .i'I"11t;: .;...O'tf' .with him I, dp.suppose;. it's'his wile, Stetson, be' said. the old. fine ring in she asked. him to' make some mok ;and nearly: tumbled,him ''
\7. :?' : "'Mistake. from what Iheard( -and it quite :upset his voice. '. to the school and to speak of the | bridge. ,But the, youth quickly 1
>''''''Oi' '' '1..J : : s .. the missus "d'1D8de'such a time. l himself, and; gaffe,,Robin! a
: -.:"' :.>1tSii. ,,"' : .---: Laura sat up, calm and cold again. the boys were doing in not, !
""'1t. ''j, '' -r6 Now. there's' that.policeman, so you,better "Anne sent this by me," he said, and ing the act.. the crown that fetched 'the
,.,ii.jf. :. ladjtntbeimmakingoutablflto /, ". I enct, then_ ere 1m could regain
:
--' .u' '>- come. laid a sealed envelope on the table. The.address to the school,.P1ere q j :
-:?' ,(:t ", j' !D, Laura:;- Stetson, Dr.,J Laura heard, and for a moment street When did you get home? asked )[rs.Stetson'as. was upon>the conduct ,of,boys in .t i gave him another..that fairly '4
': :',r"t.; : belt,' and -houses*.whirled ;round so that she him heels over,head _into the
Y'. .;..-. Jjii'f ,;:;':'If} : ; soon as. she had recovered streets and at. their sports. He" I }
.
x had much to do to keep herself from from them in | ,
'f'n her surprise.' simple words that"bone
ft....':.." ,;.',"',".. ''-- y.- '''*' ..,,,e&tii- tired. girl1etr ';: fainting. The.. words,' ,. rang.in 'her ears "Only a few hours ago," was Bart's truthfulness and kindness should, where art'thou now, my good ::1
.c I. ; and 'a
pencil drop, .breathing "I do suppose it's his wife" The shouted the
'f": '" -' reply. I brought'cousin.. Jack's wife' ern their conduct everywhere, stranger, roaring
';-'k; ;.;.; :S'L.o. i4wni. '' strange and sudden revulsion of.feeling I with me; she was ordered home for her when they.were alone and no one ;. '
4..: > to-night: '
'))1b-- > *'.J;;.,..... e payy passed,. however; leaving, ,her deadly i health, and Jack couldn't leave so I took themselves and God knew what in the flood,and floating''down ;

::':. ,1:}k':;;:"" Mfre"I(.:].....(.i(. Stetson; v 'needs: pale. Certainly _Bart had a perfect' Mat ti3 in charge. Poor girl, I am afraid were doing. The scholars seemed, tide,"cried Robin,laughing at,

.t''. :ji"x '-, :-r aware.of, oursadeptyi right; to get married ; perfect- right to home is not going to help ,her much, or: terested and somewhat impressed by sorry plight -Then regaining
:: "At the same timeeroMl .
;';:'f'l ,t habits"of 'Into forget her-of.course he had. Men.had indeed, anything else. remarks of the speaker. ,- he ''waded splashing the
saving done such things ever since the flood, Laura made almost A short after he had ',
'.:!1'. ,' ''' an imperceptible very time. ': ,
elie lmcwa shall :
:
.., .6""t,...% 1t pan life, for 11 notice and' :would, probably, to the end of movement. She was far from cold now; the school, little. boy rose in his, me thy hand,",triad her when

":!"tf": ,* th atpaoabalfxbe a.regular, time. her, very temples burned: and said: :;on' dry land. "I must ,own
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,?31 r.: i r soliffe would.: 'Iio0,She.would have tolatthekast" The blood burnt her.face now; butas "Well,good night," he said, stealing '."Miss Lane, L batted I the ball .a. stout'manwith.the cudgeL \

.""":'S'iJ '.. ) ,- .,. r she came insight. of the dwelling-it a glance at Laura as he rose, after an- broke Mr. Dash's ,window. my head hummeth like.a hive of't t
', an It ;' her
t!:: ..., ; 'II 'a shame replied I
!l"''''''' !' receded, leaving her .pale and almost swering Mrs. Stetson's inquiries, "I've boy threw the ball, but I batted it, Them heclaaped; a bugle to his A
h an the !
: "ths you 't'Jet regularyour
blew : 1
faint blastLboth loud and
a. ,
done my errand;.and Mrs Stetson,you it struck:the window. I am willing
j lea .
ion do work welL
,, as She stormed at herself for being so after the
least a: space thickets
at ;; win let me come sometimes and pay for it.'? ;
; i3 when our father could haveand1 supremely foolish tut the tears were and rustled with '
the
: ; coming of
talk with won't for the sake of
sold"W'alterHayden you, you, There was almost death-like "
: : ; ,and near her tired.eyes for all that. '
Will
1 \ very presently Stutely and a
\ .
old times? ,
z.:..*.must in the room as the little fellow *
':'I." "' l _..... work.soar- -.fingers'. off for Huge trunks blocked up the hall. Aloud m yeomen burst:.from, out ,the
be
:n: -r'' : "Tp sure, was the quick answer, speaking, and it continued for a
Who has neither edu-
.:, )IIi iaaghter j' your cheery voice sounded,that struck II
,r '" : :" : "if you will come to so humble a places minute after he sat down. ,
"' f'tIIIIa---. ; woefully against her heart ; and the first master cried Win "how
see how I ,
You the wheel has gone round '"I don't think it would be right
: 1L .h' mamma!" pleaded Laura person she saw was stalwart, handsome ? thou art'an wet"from head to
-
with us. Poor Mr. Stetson Charley Darketo pay the whole for .* .. ..--*. ..-*.** .
h lhtb. laugh that was partly Bart Hayden, juSt' coming .forward. '
1\ : "Yes, I beard,".be said pityingly,"long glass," said another boy, rising in
V L ..4 1r ..l: -You only make it worse forar1M he issued his orders to the men who ago Anne wrote me. But I am not seat "All of,us who played ball. ,"quoth'Robin' **jonder"stout .

pg if see, calling up old times.' Justik were taking the boxes up stairs. one of the lckle kind, Mrs. Stetson. should pay something,because we hath tumbled me'into,the'water,

; : : '-;';;"j si wffl :*n come right in the fall, aswrfTfc1 .",Laura:-my dear Miss Stetson!" exclaimed This with a reproachful glance at all playing the same as he was. 1 me into the bargain?'
i-1 sed to ,, and with the smile 'stillliriipt the toward .
youngman.,hurrying Laura part." shall he not gcf without duck-

; she turned her troubled eyes her.But "Good night f" he said the next miu- pay"And my I.'? .drubbing. himself, ,"'sail. Wit,
'''' ''' Laura's face like steeL She >* '
"":. } Wr; was jadsj Thereat they all
ute, and bowed to both'women.. "And I."' .
-...f.l'J<< : 7 oorpmoad Laura, earning a made a cold little bow. the but he .
j ,
,, He had reachedlhe door, when faint A thrill of .pleasure seemed to upon stranger; ; ,
1it { flying.forhermotherandherself, "Welcome home, MK Hayden," she voice ca.lled:1, through the whole school at this rl&ht.&Dda that-though,he 'j'
l WliBBinorybf the Hayden hidden said, in a set cold voice. ,"I came to down with of. ,numbers
: "Bart!'.! ...1\, of honesty and right feeling press? ,
'US,- $.&;:..".:-.. heart bring someshe could not say a word among cracked'crowns thereat. .
..." ,.. He came back with half-suppressed boys. The money was brought '
Airt Hayden had gone away, _"something foryour sister. I gener- eagerness in his manner; and glance next day, and the lesson will not be y,; forbear, ",cried Robin',,laugh- "

'., es .f jait etore!, she? had thought ofiast.monthe'after ally go to her room. .Is she. ,there." wary,but anxious."I gotten by either teacher or pupils. his sore_ .bones.. chgd. "He is
.
:. nay? even till He fell back a little. Strange how was just a little rude to-night," man and;trae..,:Saar men7llide: : ,

; ;: fi/ir. riiltirgaitkened pulse and height- the light went out of his face. she said, in looking dangerously beauti, I lIN THE MERRY ADVENTURES OF a.'r join,us?; Three suits pf.Ijin-

&r 1' U 'color... The Hayden were notpii "I-I rather thin' she may be 'engaged ful in her humility. "Please forget it.r'? I Hood.-Up rose ,Robin, one shalt thou havexeach. year.

|. ; I .Mby then. ;"but, within a short time'ftsy ," be ,said, in: a blundering con- I "Indeed I will;" and he seized her morning' and said to his merry and share',.alike with- "us. :.
fourteen
tid coaie f" Into a fortune,and it wastbitpoimgBattwasalsogrow fused way, there might have been a little pretty hands, his eyes radiant.. "I un- all: 'For days have I shalt be'mp own good rit hand,

t $-.iafiifil(. anger in the voice, "but-yes, perhapsyou derstand-you were always such a sensitive no sport, so abroad will I go ; but if ; never did 'I. see thy'like in a':
had better "' and he turned hear. me blow my horn, come t." ;;: \!' ;''****
: cudgelsl
|:dIj, sleitrcnghlucky, speculation:' go up, little creature) So you forgiveme at .,
: ?.j 1t' .. 'i.' _; : .DJ i :onths"'since' the onhisheeL eh?" he blundered."It he strode ,until your he had come ,should 1..j join*ye-. sald ,the
away
> :xsatryLwn's: father, lie.,.bad -He didn't like to speak ef his wife, was you who were to forgive me, from the forest. surlfly.:, "Who. beye that

,; .J:1-.J: : down suddenly ,while appa- and no wonder," half sobbed Laura 'to I believe," said Laura, demurely, her Now he meta gallant knight. upon one, man?" '. "
;
.
1.l t7.iss lea the. fun enjoyment. of health herself. lips quivering,ready to cry and to laugh, pannier-laden ass now a merry Robin Hood,"", said..the,out- .
,
1IW "What in the deuce makes her act so t .
silez tb funeral .
: 1t s it was found that : these are some of
'R ; ling page,now a couple of buxom my merry
? muttered/young' Hayden "Mrs. Stetson will allow
3 Crete in a tangled condition. coldly ; yon met
4-A *c,only a small house was left to then in a tender voice: "but she might: whisper?" asked straightforward Bart. but and adventure now a fair found lady on he an never ambling a one. I" cried the stranger, "art thou 'j

J SWwtdair,5 the 'considerationotditors have seemed just the .least bit glad to "Certainly," said the old lady, her
x. through
; Hood .indeed I
)' I kicked At last he took a road that led ? .Marry. had ,
4 *& ; ,. and that far from ,com- see me,I think and then he' a heart beating quicker. What was going broad stream spanned by a narrow -that, .I would not" .so, have
,
; urniahed. box out of h path, and went moodilyto to happen? Had poverty done'its
..,d, I ., of*.wood. As 'he drew nigh, a ., thy; rrihs.. ,Truly;Twill join. !
doof. worst for
the them? Was there indeed
; tthlld; ,of wealth and stranger approached from the ." ,
riimherfather's; : idol, a..'delicate, ,Am Hayden- was alone bright hope for the future? side thereupon he quickened his. said," .cried Robin; Hood.
.(i 2l'L{ elegant. girl who. ,had 44 So glad you brought; it,'* she cried ; I Bart put his full shining beard close seeking; to cross first."Now I what is thy name ?" 1
"and.oh 1. doe En"t it.. loot'beautiful.. ?" -J' .
; f.t\ /o mne4herself in the to Laura ear and the second time said
::::-,,. warm ---J' -- --'--- -- stand back" quoth do call me John Little.-"
'J jyM "prosperity and hardly knew and she shook out the creamy satin with the bl'Stlc"o that had so long lingered 1 '
'.' '
"and let the better
man pass. spake Wai Stately; "I like
up
exclamations of ,
c: site had a heart or not, proved delight* in her memory. ; '
1' Z J"4 ine. WhatevexLshe could Sit down j.won't you ? I've' so much Laura did not repulse him. He felt "Then stand back thyself," good fellow, and yet I like it

'g six ,to.d9 nhe 4'worked, with all her to tell you. Bait has come'home." then that her heart belonged to him, that the stranger,'"for.the better man am i Little ha \thou been called,

't1-<'I ; t.ktkeetiingembroidery,dressS5lpW "Yes; I know'it t| but I can't tfait- .had never gone out to any other. 'That, we' will see," quoth John shalt thou be called hence
> moment' It must be dusk "meantime stand-thou still or I .
*;for wMcn 8b*badf atalenti; and not a getting .. .
i tf :|!ring,chick she had often laugh- I and-and"! She grewdesperate show thee good Nottingham play ..aU, shouted ,I and laughed and +

'.ET.,F:; *(f4.I&I "I*id that If she had.not i een,rich the fear,that Anne should see the tears, A Comprehensive Cry. a.sbaft'betwixt thy ribs.-' ,their, hands, and. Little John

'"-;I" ,t_' .have been &AWOUl'. -j' "every! I and stopping snatched up the bill, and ."Now,"quoth the stranger, "IT1 called forever iftewids.. *

;...i.!"tMiIi.d@rtahft' \ ,, ,-: ,:wmmgl' She placed it in the hand'of her patroness.. A 'woman: living 'Tenth street thy hide if thou dost touch a' finger they ,all: ,entered the :.forest-

":;:'}... ..;t1 :i.tHat\ m,. :though notstruggles "Oh; so .sorry Suppose yod '<
M4''!Ar': ',:. .> < .-:" !- : _with, pride and' mind Awaiting for the. pay till next the other evening with her apron at her "Thou pratest like a fool,", ,to; .., f.tat .oak ,.tree:,beneath
:: 3 .._ ; Robin "for I could end tm the 1tW1 slep lthroughjall the
q! .t,-r: 0rlt ?,, week' eyes, and, when asked the cause of her ,
<;.:..:.*.-r-....8t teoD. thought of'the timewasafttie ""Wear -out otcxjsiiand, wood said trouble, she replied,: through thy heart before thou jnmfnijfc:nlg.. tI "A... od there
s"_:Lj, a'rris e ,mI others Laura her.cheeks trhnson; "and in "Poor Mrs; Bro\\"l11ti- wink." .a"gr feact 1,( lchs,1"ill

i h':7. Id \.i! s, ., '-r fact. we.need tb* tooney;" *.. What about poor Mrs. Brown?" And thou protest like a coward : called_ \ dI!! t nl.,feast.I .

v:.1:,>.",,,.-,.c': ,"" "".. ,- ;'. i't'1 take it 9"d.. ; : ; "Dear, tteV Dear me 1 I ;was so "Why,'she's dead!" I shoot at one who hath but a I th us jt Jqt. ''tBobin.'Uood
f.-{";::.' ; ::1.. ; .C.v thongbiTesi', cent r staff to meet thee with." .his,,good./jhand! : man the
to
"\, ,t- ;"""-. !( .u.uvuuV.' ..&.ou_ look .ill.. as spend every "Since when?"
_.'''i. .L''*!: ''''t-J ;..tn1 head aches' ; i had. ,!& .stop. .-ril go. down' and asktata2 "She dropped off last night. My "Now," 'quoth Robin; Little Jobrt..:iI

.'..%1'n.. ....!- t;.! I'._.. wpl uO me good,"Laura fcart? husband said she was found dead in her name have I'never had; and if :;,"i;i ;:I -.r
.--.:... ', ; : Mt as if she could sink through darest abide coming 'I ,will i 1
trying to look fertght a1k: bed. Oh, sir, .you don' -- on't- my go .T
artera.
>'. ;..i-..louldiei' : ;,>ou' carryhome* the floor. ,. know=!" ... me a staff to meet thee with." trom. ..,.; <,; _...
p-
,': :' 155*.." ?r Not IflM !" and she'oem.. I '"Stop!she said, detaining Anne by a She sat down oa a barrel of crackers "Ay, gladly .will I abide thy' Colored man irioip warm.ef his

..,"t"'i,:>.,1't.' ;i'.. ,t c her mother's, .iorehe*! i hold on the'ana,, her face quite white and: gave way ,to her. feelings,ibut as tog," answered the .stranger, :and red upv' *fe

.: "fI Jl* "* 1J1 : and put pain! ;' ."I..... can wait;never soon as the grocer had recovered from_ leaned right sturdily upon' his staff. ; winds,show you k cracks in
... .
>'' ,_ minot u.-. r his surprise he said : Then Robin stepped quickly.to [ .'. ''''4.14" ty* _
""'." AoaDy left her aJB4 1She be- "I'll run around, perhaps ilust you "You might as well cut that short, coverside, and cut. a good ; -you mate de jafl too nice, you

;Fes- : Tai the ht&iiur undsr go? You don't know how much I've for Mrs. Brown was in here not half an ground-oak, straight, without strenMn' dt hog-pen. ..

:..?, ,",.' (" ...\. ..8om0of' ;I her tornner'ac-' ,to tell youl: 'Weil, thenigood night. hour: ago, i in the best of health." and six feet long; then presently dOn't kick 'cording' to,,no rule.

a :paw. : bec,>a few with a Laura'had not.worn her 'veil: The ..Is that so ?"''* u .' back, trimming away .the twigs sheep:hide .mighty,elM!in d.

.: :,..tI. !gs,., g oitions'moat without tears'were-running down her cheeks as "I assure you that ,it is a fact, and branches. hfjij r

.. atail--Uttle stings these she, hastily descended the' steps of you have had'a big cry for nothing." Tall and stout was Robin, but' trabble slow'cros dapfWffoun'.

"1ie1l." -C: '&_.k'.btindkeimly'_. ,; the house,'.and 'Bart Hayden who hap'pened I "No: ,I havent; either. If Mrs.' :and' stouter was 'the etranger,' \ .,keep de- roekiaf'.ftecr In de
"
:; trifle3tf gher;, and to be there, saw them. Oh! the Brown isn't'dead then"tt will 'do just as old songs u'J' Be was good seven lof tell Sunday.' ..

.. IT;te.'I't.r Uinbg" a 'corerfdllm humiliation'.to that.'proud spirit!' She : well for anyone else.in the neighborhoodwho high. .. '- can't twax.4!jBifwnitt': ': rv to

_ aa'Szneipected tab- threw half-deflant glance'at'the'pitying I diM"a'd Yb'rtwo. I am not "Ne'efthelew," said'R 1>>i to dlwrouur 'Ry'ii T '

.I'l1.d' !l8edrbOyWith'. I. .. tace; then; with'm'gesture that repelled mean enough to, want' to' 'take. 'ft all .self, "X.trust J can 'baste him: I *.Br. ".. i .. __ '-

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tlit. lttiirer'Iaidiia'. RirdlEor very' .nearly- }ej ;:... t rt'k11; ;. ,.Jf tJ r DJ.t ,Titusville, ; ':b ,;l ,

4 iL giti lu ... :1'b' aDd m1 'is biie'hundred"and'las' > ';Ner)L'fethree .; 'tXJ 'N;

ttled;lea fehtldsg' ; 'a-beam of :. : D"GilAYr7"isr ) ft '-

fltrstft3, fkenty. Te'feetr; ''.coMim: .of. .' "- "ttA:1:: I
eirirat/and: distinct"'hulls,. beef is.given by.asm?OJ,BROWN'Sthe"' / ATTQRNEY- : :
IRON BrrrEiS.OJ i
orceiterfcull-andtwo 'ode !Kalian. The ': Ia' .. kanm g ;
Wiriter it strengthensTwarxns" 'and LaGrange; r- r -< .1 :
taJL) aTd}bunt: fofie-feorth.. inch steel.bracecr
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; the'syst.em; in the Wm. 8 tfCll. with iron 111:&_ The, propel 'Spring enriches the blood Tltusvillo FJa. IO i 1.vt;

ling'power ''is -,furnished' by' two :noneondensmg and conquers disease i in the SCOTT & 'l'IIR, S1J S 1?

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wntlierlmT B a KMiig'f..V w : ; forty-five. horse power Feri- Summer it'gives tone to the ,ATTORNEY -.\; .. i ] 'erida' ,.__..w. .; :.."h.. ",
and she b .o' '"
; gines propelled by a largereceas :
M'atSr tar iilitr 'nerves and digestive organs; Sanford :' : '! t ?; '_
JsternSrheel
: S fetTturrf r iJr ni:: > diameter oC which in the'' Fall it enables the Mr. Scott is now located'at *'Ab sixteen 'Ife t' :and 'a width of' eight' 'system to stand the shockof ;G-Real Estate Law ,a at Poekti f_;|
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feetWith buckets' ten' ''inches in-width
regio1f"; i'j}
.t> fs'es led the sudden changes. MAGRUDER
B. ,
and the'makes a speed of about ten miles Q. -

an ioar. '. She is fitted 'up with quite .In-no way can disease be COUNTY SU of this ,:

Y. commodious saloon a Ladies'toilet room, so surely prevented as by Florida: -' 'i

fotusttate-i; b1swith two single berths keeping the system in 'perfect AlfD! NOTARY take .PI :
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eachone', state-room' with four 'single condition:; BROWN'S Rockledge, g;thrWV ,',

berths,one etate-ruoai'with three ''singleleVths IRON BITTERS 1 '. .
ensures
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per- ; .
tbe besttthat .and 'one sffite toom' with two feet: : .health through, the MINOR s. JO.\ES. : A'' ,:';I

doable'berths, all nicely't'un1ishfd and .
ellangiligseasonsitdisadws -
;"q, n t'.Ivff: t td 't4i1or ; Ye

:.,1-....... ."";'. =-- -e... .eled' tnbeli" .e..siraoeyondpgi .,.. ....,.. everything in'order. '''The boiler is- 1 othe danger from impute ATTORNEY-AT-L :. infhi. .:

.'t.. \;'..'".- .' .;thtipu'id.. ;:-" .; .. &..- .. !..+.'.Enterprise. cited in the forwsrdapart.and the engines :water and ,miasmatic -air, Titus l1e. '. ," 1k

\ L. .-...' -i f .J I t, if. : on the starboard quarter' aft. The and it prevents Consump ::'.. : fii

.'= e..--ft? J : Bain ,ind -upper deck is: furnished'' with scats all 'tion,Kidney and Liver. Disease :' TWT. E., E. Gf.ISU.: :- '. ,;< ]

hebb muddwbe around and'appliances-for'' raising awn &c..
S. : cis Public State at
vheardintheiland.( inge to completely cover the npper den k' ,. Notary : : extra.. 'i
(agun.: : i"y
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=Dob'friergVt'tM't r & Ko&ecaDr' j A1 narration of the: adventures'and 'm *- t. H. 51 Berlin,.Esg., of the to Affidavits me promptly drawn attended anti all to. 'Water.1"" '?..:

-'t rLetlef h**,: ;and:ififill heads,.. 'as fortune,::by her Captain,Mr. CKtrandcr, well-known firm of H. S. Office at hIM .' -"..,.>.-.;1.'It
1'I': since he left.BordentownJ N. J'; 'in December Berlin & Co.,Attorneys, Le Tltusville. ... :: "

.:.K-.. 'i d '! *caDprcha? >:ii -7 edaiiywhere., :' ,',. ...: .'A rr oald fill :quite a volume; and. Droit Building, .WasKing- Up- ? ,, ,..
=JuTweitot-tDlnmeicWiHi '
:. W WlO.*S5i t&f-ifi"? >4't'h Taaectlbemt WHoIIweJl he certainly:: deserves a' great' deal of : .ton, D' C, writes, Dec..5th, D.COWIE.. t: ..' ..;;: ; '; .
.,. .>. credit iSSi : "
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t''Irtll ---i :'Ir' \
;;;f note fphu IIIIQ.YO.US; iritk nth' exhibited in getting her here., A 'Physician and '::!'
GeatlesenItake.pleas- ,
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-\t w .m' t1 .MJ' ':A:. Iron Bitters for ma ..... 4: ,
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: 'ii 1k J-" !\! ,.. ;" light, but whenthe \t'ltertSnb aria 'and ''nervous' troubles : .. ..i.,( ":.o ;
4 : 31eseis. W gh'man i.a in the bow are. filled' with water; caused by overwork, with g. F. GRAY. .' : >' :,

....-, ... &'in. opher, 7; of- Jscknon f( 'Ti11e- ', the fitern is raised three or. four inches.. nCir1JeDt, -- rcsWts. ) >" ""tC e.r: '. ,
.- ../ 7f J.A.-'e.M'T 'PA-T-.J' \..,: .. '1)h. She will" remain here a few days, to one r- ,; Beware of imitations. ,. tlJ .:::,'t..!
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...: -=A..Jot.ot ..ofJlnriag.1I lQgentssuite n the eta ALL WORK WARIW\ .
machinery,
w" -. ; ,: up. Ask Work ..
for
: rindthenwill BROWN'S IRON BITTERS'and' or orders left witb P. E. mkimi (.
tl :from;tbewelHnioirn; ..hoi 'be ,in, readiness ,for heed Post Office TitnarlUe or with A. i.
:y .;or L-.i; t.I'In..J lbeeD We insist :o having Grange will receive prompt :, J'ty' 7i.:
u regular trips. '. hope' that she<< will _,
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: ---D 1 ..:.. .::.. ... j. (lor it Don't be imposed onwith In Titusvule.every Monday. : ;e '.
r 'byY: .*;+8,,."::'awn._ ':...ani'dniitt41:. J1I; x 'uH. receive her sharo of the patronage of,.our B. ,.men,. ;
R.
t ..u'si&g.hae. a.fhe P-,I Ricer and we -t1y.;desire that -the something Tas '"jtutasgoi.recommended d? DR. :WILSOX. ..landil. .:,t .
; .1d. 'r'I'
F5pointed The genuine is made Will: continue the practice of: M "
i \ ; +i ec of leeda.; Plvan'i they can. Her accommodations, .fojaseengers r the only 3 { .
Brown .
by Chemical Ca Titusville :, .
;d; leaidaii ) are splendid and bet .freight and JIT.at
a7ttls otidaai ,
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l3 t.l 1" Baltimore'Md'G ; [ J7: :'
t ;< &", yItiic2irr-- Tett carrying capacity will fully meet' the I, '. Office at J. M. Phcon's Dru valuable ': :

;:t' 'f.l. Rent' hie Lek.8peasliad.w: emeata mfe ( ;&:mands of Indian River: 3If. Wv H. ,,.. ::f--tJ,. ,

.'. > Dc1: dMr ii' ind Moore, of Lake Worth has been commissioned A..n.. IIAWE.EV, D. 1 : Inst A
.. liaii Crockefy more. .
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.c.-- as pilot on ;r her. and will '
probably
t4eR g7- i-
eA rlTlrigO 1pTfltfateiIaer:
Visiting Dentist. '
'i ..at .:; i' : (" \ ,continue' to' navigate her and aceom -J
.: ....;L..I.:' '_::! ''...',". i'b" '' 'h up '; ...
eavy down the river.- f ; Makes frequent. trips to In -+ II" : ; <
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'aiolwerialfinjeir">tEtemooh: .WeAd ... &.1'" 'W. MACKENZIE'SAT Lake Worth &c. t
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'";''Tirti tM1IfeUhMeTieinitT of : Hotel ..Arrivals. P. O.l1dress. .New q"I. Book* r,
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dleon Pcdnt"ititt 1 e''wind blew sl 'For the week ending iVpril" 11, ;18S3..; '
:; SI' jJ1 r '= u. NALDI.LT. ir; : I
.Do i' Pl .t.tt r l 'n' imrs liot6E.'iCAper31'ng c. :
t. ,. ,, ** .- ,
-fH'f. r '!f'I'''
t' ; : .t Florida Sling .
: Jennie D
T-Dgnag't1ie ; :.
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bran Tueaaftsraogn
oa 9V- .
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,, ,{- tnirig' ''V -t': "the::top,ofithe> Wesson; Banana' River,' Fla; Miss NellieEtehurch Justice of the Peace ." '" ':

i mart.l Of the yacht a Zefia.'shivering a t small ; Providence, Ii I j R M Rowe, IITHEF; Notary Public k |!.& :'.;.

Atlanta, Ga; James W Knott, New York AIRJI to
,,.piece oft including'the pennant. "Other-. ; Office at the tyItJ
'wi e'ihe"t1iM aot'btti ;: W B Moore; City;Mrs A'' A Berry, Mrs ,"!

*B-' 'j The.! >*steamer- ,-;1''t. 'Ibw',.fn commenced- 'twrj Tier 'Hamilton S'.'dams, Oak HilVFla";" Win T. .JO \SOX P ., i

Jackson ..
.. regular trips 1iieea'thia"piece: and Mel'tKrarnoia1 Robert. Townsend, New York. BS-Offers special inducementsina Flal': '.
LU\DHOL'SE. Notary Public .
'T4ae 'Inorning, carrying '
r ?'"f "She'iaafl.1"'She'Tras Delayed 'until'this AO F Laney, E H Rice, City;Wm NortetittJohn LADIE'SMISSES'' AND CHILDREN'STRIIDIED' and ""

t.t: uaaebybeing: :: nnableto secure t.an\enginr'We Spoon; Cynthtana, Ky;- A P Justice of the :-'}I'}.. #

'f1)s-.,+leer.'-* $}.ts fc.vV *", "I' '? '-.. BJlOtt, J 31 Stier, Louisville, Ky; R T Court day, first Saturday of :\ -
j t ...'f.. /f McAllister, New Albany: ;!Ind;0 H'' Gar- & UNTRIMMED HATS. LA GRANGE ._ ;. :,
hiae plate oi itteti ;
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; g a W D I.
; McJunkins Thos J
vey De Stcu- .
:* deligbtal dif .\the redidgnus' bT'.Mr. ben F Forster D Also Bargains in Crockery, Glassware., ST. CLAIU-ABRAMS, R. L. : ."tr .- N'W
Chalmers Irvin
Rock-
{ State Attorney
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: ,u"d i_Iii: Ynaenblirg vtZs tliinge, \edge,'Fla ; LG StringfellowV Florida Etc., Seventh Judicial Circuit. : :"' iv
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,1 "nunda'oUr.t1i, ( nb are'duetp; 'Hr.'S. ft: ITingel Philadelphia ; James.Knight Fine China Tea sets/4-1 pieces $8.50 St Clair Abrams & '
:Rios fox tide INfS'
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{. Je! tful there and and Orlando Goblets dozen '
Qnrrterman .85
Banana ,
' River per ,
J.1t4 C: =- ; ATTORNEYS & COCNSELLOKS "
J.ck... 'P't-Oo<> W S Norwood, LaGrange Fla'Joe Tumblers
Ben- dozen
per .60 -
ORLANDO FLA. ,
,
'J.'i. 1ellere';and:
<
family'started del- Indiana 'j
Chas H Nanman and
;
son .
Individual Preserve Dishes dozen' .70 Will Rive careful attention to ,
per
s fti their]home at St-Lucie' last Sunday Haulofer, Fla; August Sacken, California and will practice In the several : '--d e;
ylxttet'trioonlMrZelteia Individual Salts, per dozen .30 Dttrictand In the Supreme
; on hia :trip up ; J08'DW' Savannah, Ga;. Edwin hassee and U. s. court at ,.-V. ,
jJ t Tttunday prewnted us;with.ome of G Reed with servant, Augusta,Ga. Large Preserve Dishes ;.200.30 .<.

,-the< ftaert.*oyetethin.Welbace tasted ..... Elegant Vases, per pair, SOc up LA GRANGE 'K' i
+ this TAX ASSESSOR'S NOTICE. Always hand
on
inter. a general
w See our original and popular $1.00 Sets. i" : ***
I
I. will be at the different Precincts' for ;:
"" + '-1Ir3 tiL x11Q'dt; '1>fonttesll,. Can the purpose of assessing taxes at the fol GOODS i'rr

'. oa.t; c.r1l8 this:;' tag and 'sub- lowing times, v -STRICTLY : ,&
.
i scribed Oit 8thw.btherume: ; (on LaGrange April 161883 ; ::9: street;
'rnaitw'rb..T *' Tirusvilte ." 17 '" A. .8 r a d
.Tttfin has' passed
Haulover 'C4' '' .
? 18 / January.1st 1883 ?
'r'h; niter 8ma'at mr men and.",soon Burnham cc 20,, BARGAINSIn .

:.tii\I. t1 mB1 bas au mer home., !r MerritU Island 21' ONLY $ )_
._:<9f Wmq' City Point .' 'u. "'23 Dress tod
ipt:: Iiat, with :the yacht Goods Hosiery r ,
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EauGallie" If' ;' "
:, !A:.,.. irtftt h N'osi Mondayhnfter 81. Lucie -,. 27 25 ,&. :

aooni'iei' 'i iwIaererstweeks"dowtt n Crabgrass Mar 8.ce.- Etc. Etc.REMNANTS. ',;and
iIft'tf Bassville "
icltagt'T ke W'orth :Ve 10 ,
$J Lake View .. ..., .. c,
learn that nlslboaf lias Won'a: reputation 12" t ..

'to for' p --A rihBeahe'1 c si down the rirer.r Fort- Drtlm'r.W E.SAKBEES" 14"sse&iOr. ; ; \..Jt: .:":1

-;..'lke lietT firm 'of Pritchard and May Titusville Aprils 1883., ,
apd .u''
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4. _
Bea1..at&t. Agejata learn !'
we ,are doing a ':
The Supreme Court has decided in fa ,DF..LACl3 : and T
livelbuaiiwM.. consideration
into: :
ft' : -::'shortwtime: Vv'taking*l"ilf pi, vor of the,Local.Option bill: t .Mil ,I:;}
the ;
that the y'Dave' lieen'i en :
)
f The who committed the ONLY A FEW LEFT ,
negro "! )
;
outrageon
tt
r gaged.v:May theuf buaineis, ,continue to. '
: ,
Mrs. Orlando ,
Reynolds of has been "
,
: ihcreaae ',until their hand ,ire full:and ; ; at -
Only lOcents
," 1 jheadibwy all the.while,: caught and jailed.- each Friday.
> CoastMonticello I is laying 'new sewer's for
that
-It Is npw rumored the ;:
r .. v CinalOo-btoii; to continue their canal ,drainage. Sew Goods 'Arriving by Every: Satnr-' ..

.. from'the foot al Mo )iutD Lagoon-directly Mr. G.G. Gibbs, of Tallahasse, has a u,

into tfcei. *d, e*:4ba Banua river. live joint snake, two'feet long: steamer. PHILADELPfflA ,"'

f Bowem wcorr 4o d at,will'I on re; It has been estimated that not less than CANVASS SHOES, VARIETY OF SINGER M 1882. :i

\' turn from the dredge boat and. we can twenty thousand people have, visited ,,St.Augustine *?1

then gtr'aetre definite particular* tM_season., ,. Slippers. EQUAL TO ANY SaGER is THK ,
> The above cut .'
; represents the
W im twig\:ahi >rl>tea. for the 'A long felt want in Leesburg ix about s ular style for the people which .. .;-'"

yicbt-rice'aY6lean member, we do not ak to ,
tofiyillbe' aii'fatioiciAw' In you '
; .. It sadly 'neM of a largesawmill. yon have wen the machine. ..'-_ '
t &,':'';'Q' '' '";'O.aI1..... tM.Indian JU prea.t,the''demander for ,TINWARE" t. .. ,.. 4C. examined It If It lanpt all we '.. ::1

Bind:. Irrt r priifer yich ;a a lumber iI large Anduthef supply'': !u our return it to us at our 'expense. : q,
% snap.... ,M.. for yachts' See rtDieDt 'of'8eIUl Novelties your Interests and order at -:
aooor. prbe I extremely inadequate fer the vwanlls pf at 10 cents each. '1 ".. for circulars and testimonial, i ,; in ;
fi .* KaUrer! ice Pitcher aodajio! -a prie for the rapidly increasing population of Address CHARLES Wood &; ;

.sat+ofsla;orflculjracepf. a silver tiF: that place fapec&m Jmitcd We aaa t bwisuaa.I Much3 No. 17, N.' Tenth 49. Am St., PWlade 1'
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.. Enquire PBITCHA&D & Slay. 24 tf4. a';

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