The Florida star
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Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: April 19, 1883
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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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: UF00075901:00044
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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z< .'OF '-THB ,FLORIDA" ... For'The Florida Star ting His Excellency Gov. Wm. E. Bate, LIST OF PATENTS.The OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.-

:'", ';fi!; :r"::, B .U.D.' Mr. Editor:: I should not blame you if with,being "a mammoth State Whiskey following Patent, were granted to ,! (From our icgnlar correspondent.) .
; "'f.c :' -anew Daily; eve- you were to "b:1S1et'me.: I believe the citizens of,the Southern States WASinxGxoy D. C.
.:, "i::.- .l gertttid, is Ring. But see now if you can, where bearing April 71883.

''?, ...%: giving1 full telegraphic. STAR has found in me a constant friend, lies truth or sincerity in men. Since: under date March 21, 188.'t Reported .expressly Walter Q. Gresham, of Indiana, for
j..r""JW' ..- : 'sad all the latest news, up to an occasional contributor;and a renewing the administration of the victorious for this Paper by Louis Bagger & Co. Postmaster-General was a surprise to the

;=, ;;ak w7..i..17t1:..-L--... '.To be published about. subscriber, since my,first appearance on party, a great change, is seen, in favor of Experts and Solicitors of Patents, Washington quidnuncs. For once everybody's hind-

.;.:>.-_, ., Indian River. I have felt anxious to the temperance caue'the 'sickly superficial D. C. sight was better than anybody's foresightand

; published at. the request contribute few lines, that my acquaintances press, and Mine pulpits, having nothing Allen RW, Nelly's Ford, Va. Hillingand nobody could go around with a conceited
'y | zi6d iti ens who feel the need there might know of my whereabouts else to say, take a corner and repeat, fertilizing machine 274,542.. grin saying "I told you so!I" The
which and that I have by no means for- Arthur J A W Va. Reciprocating
k .legible: Evening Newspaper "it is more than we expected. Logan County appointment'strikes the Washington peo-

Kit & ?resent the, metropolitan gotten them. How hard it seems for men to say "I propellor. 274,693. ple as a good one. Before the war Mr.
lE and will If I were permitted to begin with the Bambach C H Baltimore Md.. Neck
". 1> df,our growing city, was mistaken, "I am really ashamed of Gresham was a lawyer in successful practice -
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"" '.- names of those who said to me, when I not having been better informed." Yoke. 274,696. and was chosen a' Representative in

; rfjft.. r-To the interests, of Jackson- was a stranger and homeless: Now Mr. I have now wearied your patience no Bangcrt J D,Baltimore: .Machine for the Legislature his State in 1860.

; O&e 1'rons.zgq or Bro. Duncan, whenever you feel so disposed doubt I only would say now to some of mixing and aerating flour., 274,697., During the war he displayed high soldierly

{! Ar-To whatever will enhance the just come to my house and, taking your readers, that intemperance has received BlauchardF, Cotilo La.Sulkysodeutter. qualities and rose from one grade to

r. :? ('J rit1, of Florida. such as we have, just feel yourself at a very fatal blow by the power ., 274,700. another until he became a Brigadier ,and
:' .o_the. .home-circle or family; home; I would perhaps begin with Bro. and application of the "four mile law." Campbell J A. Waco Texas, Oil-can Brevet Major General. After the war

g bdBg permitted in its columns T. Johnson of La Grange, Bra M.English My address is Cornersville, Marshall 274,718. General Gresham was appointed by President

,i Jrm cause the blush, of shame to Titusville, and aIter wearying you with Co. Tenn. Joux T. DDXCAX. Christopher & Alexander, Sportanburg Grant United States Judge of the

{if the cheek" of its fairest reader names would close with that of Samuel S C. Tether. 274-1 :1 District of Indiana, which-position he has
will Houston of whom was sad learn that Temperature of the East T*. the I
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ajar .as,. personalties West Coast. Cummings Arlington Ky. since held with honor to himself and I
T. JF1u..t, ; he had passed from time into a changeless "West Coast" corresponding with the Cleaner. 274,4
, ;t 1,14 Jditorialstaff'- will beC9mposed of ,eternity. Sam was in all his intercourse Jacksonville Tim.r -u. m asks: Evans W, Baltimore Md. :Milk and Gresham will bring to the diseharge of

.r .I""ll ,al ournalists. with me a quiet respectful young "Is it a fact that the Atlantic Coast of Cream can. 274,745., his new' duties a clear head, a trained

. Jf jftMnfidentified for several years withal man. I had formed for him that attach- Florida is warmer in winter; than is the Fennert J M, Memphis Teuu- Bilge, water legal mind, considerable executive ability ,
their welfare ment I always*feel for those who are first indicator.. '
: lad State laving will and
< Gulf side? It is very fashionable on 'the ,. strong power great industry
1! Tpmsperity. at heart, we start "Tlxtlbfrrifa to welcome me to their homes I met him. St. Johns to make the assertion that it, Is Filson S J.May sviile Ky. coupling. There is no reason'therefore to doubt but

B a&d" under favorable auspices. somewhere up the river from hi* home, so, and one often sees it in print., A wri- 274,74'J. he will make'the sane'.excellent record'

.... :l. xiWhDe, thanking the community for.the- 'he at once, gave me a cordial invitationand ter from Winter Park, in Orange County; Gunu Juo C, Knoxville Turn.- Lamp., iu his new' field that he'has in-those

l) {:ipdpitronage" a1ready.receit-ed-; asy ,!clfometo his fath r's house, On to the Tunes-Union puts it in then words chimney. 274,489.Guim wherein he has already'' labored and accomplished
4'g '' advertising list my first arrival at Eau Gallic, Sam met I Jno C, Knoxville Tenn. Reel for with honorable
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... 'Other things being equal, the more reputation
""'" fair me promptly, and kindly conducted me : kites. '
confidently upon a flying 274,490. The in
E ; l ll el.lIit.orely, easterly the latitude the less the risk of impression 'political circles is'
_. (; support, in this, our new enter- to his home. I never gave up my Eau injurious frost The northwest wind, asa I Henderson C C &J It, l'hilaJdphiarkCluth that President Arthur's administrationwill
';jfr 0< .respectfully, Gallie appointment during my stay there measuring machine. 274,768. be much '
.'F--A +' Very rule, is the only late wind unfriendlyto strengthened b.rthe accession
ASHMEADBEOS.gfatooavffle and don't think I ever lot the friend- Herr 'FK t..8 ,K West Minster 1.
r.f'ii. < t.. t 1 tender plants. During the, prevalence << of the Judge to the Cabinet. TIunew' !-
"" Fla- ship of those who entertained me there. Vehicle-body. 274,769. General has
of this wind the isothermal lines bend Postmaster
? -- The many who showed me so much kindness Hull D F,Hageratovrn: Md.Vehicle-axle which will at once bring him to. the
i obis' and its Preventive northward from west to east. Tampa at
.,..... Treatment.. must feel no slight in not being such times isothermally north, of Pock 274,776. front najthe leading figure in the cabinet.A .
': T-Q-r: named like the above. Each of them
I D Norfolk Va
Humphreys Separable veteran observer
!&, !ft8'a.; Drn gl8t Circular and Chemical Ledge.'" political : remarked
.f1l.Wl. ttte.Jbe most tenderly remember, aud would "What authority had the writer for button. 274,007, to-day that the only bright, shrewd man

4' ""11':: ": indications. : to be met 'in a case of make this letter betokening the same to making this statement? None Is given. Humphreys:: ), Norfolk Vu. Self closing iii the Cabinet was a jobber, and one for
of twofold nature. 1st. Lcajj as many as have a chance to bee it.
:j are a Rock Ledge is on the west side of Indian hatchway. 274,777. whom the people had norespect ; that the.
t -N, thgpowers of parts to'absorb. 2nd. I have found it even as I anticipated, River, twenty-eight miles north of east Jarvis S R, Phillippi W Va. Harness rest of the members were of mediocre

& '>Ieioie-the: virus from ,the absorbentyy"J that in the ministry, this my own coun- from Tampa, and there is no published or hook. 274,782. ability, and in consequence the administration -

. !: PTr::, ,,The absorbent powers of the try, would suit me better after I had recorded observation of the range of the Milburn J D, Memphis Tenn. Cotton .of Mr. Arthur had been more,
"" cube lessened by the adoption of taken a family on my hands. Here, I
r put thermometer showing that near the twenty gin. 274,80(5. feeble than that of any of his predecessors. -.
1E have received an appointment that insures Smeltz H E Dunedin Fla. IiL-cctitude would
rtit measures: -ighth parallel there is any tending of Judge Gresham, he said, infuse -
! iQki.Bnng.the patient rapidly under the. me board and i 3UO for my year's labor. the isothermal line to the north from 274,523.: new life and vigor into it, anal ho

.. i frfofiv*"of opium. This, to one as poor as I, about equals Tampa. I Starks J L, Sharon Grow Ky. Rotary- looked for further changes in the. cabinet .

', :?$,.T e a.bandage,so tightly around thestopall $800. We are living well, and if my "The rule given by the writer will not engine. 274,669. and further improvement on the present
to circulation and let itBHtiia health was only such :..i to withstand the material.
t give such a trending as he assumes unless The following Patentli'vere granted to
until the virus is, removed from rigors "of our four months winter, we
$ citizens of the Southern States
r he also assumes that the water of the Gulf bearing Close upon the heels of Postmaster
fie sbiorbents. The removal of the rip could ask nothing more. I have two
of :Mexico on that parallel is cooler in; date .April: 1833. Reported expresslyfor General Howe's death comes that of an-
mmalilyaccomplishedby stretching churches in charge. A graveled turn- winter than is the land of the peninsula, this Paper by Louis Bagger & Co. other officer of prominence in the military

; };;;;,t.;}.roand wide open and filling with pike connects the towns and a daily U. and that winds passing over the Gulf are Mechanical Experts and Solicitors of Patents department of this country whose demise
' le silt: The Gladstone,) well packed S. Mail hack plies between.A D. C.
rendered cooler than those passing over Washington, while not totally unexpected, was nevertheless
' a sod let it remain until partially dis- few of my friends will have some Davis E. P W tchl'nille Ark. Cultivator .
$ the laud. In fact, the water of the Atlantic : sudden.. At two o'clofck this mor-
7idrd the fluids.. Then let this idea of the pulsations of my heart at learn
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por- near the coast as far south is Dis- 273,159. ning retired Surgeon General Joseph. K.
$hors be removed ,and another quantity lngoftheactionofyourlegbalatureon whiskey cayne is cooler than the water of the Gulf Deland E C, Brady Texas, Shepherd'scrook Barnes passed quietly away, at his residence i-
> (pwd ift the wound and continue traffic. God grant the time may <:come..
1 so uu- .
;1it.t on the same parallels; and as the rule is:: 75,161.Coburn 1723 1st street northwest, surrounded -
p c: of the parts indicates when a thing that is being u-cd to such direful universally conceded that winds passing: D W, Buffalo Texas Car coupling by his family and a number'of
i'tir that J ";.operation has been continued national prostitution shall be entirely 274,909.) friends. ':
; over water are warmed cooled by the
: ," "diciea.1-ong'. ; to insure perfect abolished from our free, beautiful and water, it follows that tho winds from the Coleman II D, New Orleans La. Gage He had been affected with a disease of
; .patient. It be well towane prosperous country. Tenne- ce has .in I for und millstones.
tithe may droning turning
Gulf are warmer than those from the Atlantic the kidneys for more than year,but had
force a "four mile law, providing that
that no water is to be used about 275,024.
and both are warmer in inter only been confined to his bed for .several
? t epaeat at all either in the no whiskey, except by druggists, shall be
'i dressing Dillon & Gartner, Savannah Ga. Railway -
ar rl r"ctroaod -' than those from the laud. weeks, und when. death occurred it was-
hi the removal of the saltAfUitHsis vended within four miles of any school
.. or
cattle guard, 273,333.Dunwomly : .
"Now let a Hue be from Tuul'L not wholly .unexpected.
.. .r. .the building, or school house where public
accomplished bandage J B Jr. Waterborough S C.Shutterbower .
L to the northwest, :and it passes<. from the The. President
Y i y be removed and the wound dressed schools are annually taught It was fora accompanied by Secretary
f1 x4 .. 275,167.
land directly west of Rock Ledge and
*** > rfua Chandler Mr. C. E.
Miller 'of
NewYork -
n, ,tnated.in the usual manner.ow, time supposed to apply only, in cf1.a ofa only strikes the land again near San Bios. Fletcher G E, Lam pasus Texas, Wind ;
chartered school but recent de- Secretary Phillips*,
Wbtti bedone when is bit- ,
t1J a engine 275,032.
{.... i&o person. A similar line drawn from Rock Ledge; left here yesterday morning for a trip to
cision of the it
court was explained
'& ,1st. don't lose time In cong supreme Man-h N P Joseph's Mills: W Va.
: 1>. will not strike the Gulf at all: and it .follows Florida. A special car had been
and set forth above. The I placedat
> thx condition ofthat the but as Legislature rack '
; that the northwest wind is warmerat Hay 275,239. the
disposal of the party.. They will
,to, it.for granted he is rabid and which has just adjourned March Tampa than at Rock Ledge, and the McCarty. E, Spanish Fort Texas, Cot- -
direct to,Jacksonville iand
31st has at the : of the go make an
petition people repealed -
i!; saording1y. 2nd. let cultivator and
one ton
i person isothermal line from Tampa must tend to chopper, 275,052. few .
:: stops as possible. From Jacksonville l
\.n'J!:;; iesthe the charters of over fifty towns :
!apxx whole operation, this will Neblctt S :S: Whittle's Mills Va. Trans-
i j the south instead of to the north as i is as they will take the steamer De Bary and
Via; and. LS assistant in great haste for the Cornersville and Lcwisburg, uiy own sumed. Therefore from natural planter for tobacco 27,2.: ">3.
proceed the St. Johns Rivet '
Q Ilt,another fora vial of laudanum,while town i, among the number. en-comb W W, Brudfordvillo Ky. up as far as :1
iaaself; This has )been done by the real temperance is more reasuii to assert that the SanfonL They expect to.be absent from
will expose the wound andpatient's people, who desire. to come under ;. Gulf Coast is less subject to frosU than is Car Coupling 274,960. this city about two weeks. The lengthof
gas of tits and Nix M L Paris Texas. Cotton Gin feeder
garments -
a the protection of the "four mile law." the Atlantic; and it will take more than the stay will however, mainly depend
1M t'andage for
the limb and apply 274961. .
Tenn. has for thirty long ranked mere assertion to overcome tlieae natural upon the condition of the weather. ,
ek'abote years
the wound, by this time the two laws." Xutting J H, Colliaburg Texas, Culti-
matt have arrived, and with the salt foremost among the States producingthe .. ... vator. 274.91)2. It i is hoped, rather than believed, thata

,w yl? as above directed, the other greatest quantity of the best qualityof The President Visits Suurord. PettisWC, College Hill Miss, Gate. project to build a Casino in Washington -

ttf directed to administer a full whiskey. She has also drank deeplyof President Arthur, arrived here on Sat- 275,202. this spring will be carried out. It is

1laudanaim the dregs of wretchedness and miseryever urday last, via steamer DeBary, and was proposed to build it on Connecticut ave-
and if this is not suf- Smith 0 A, Atlanta Ga, Basement or
*: da time to contract the pupil springing from so foul a fountain. quietly escorted to the Sanford House by Cellar floor. 274,985. nue, which is one of the most fashionable

The sense of shame for such a course, as the gentlemen who were specially infor- streets in the city, and to have it on' the
c, ,lsprodaceother indications which I Turner C W, Senatobia J1 Si5. Cotton
{ 'sakthepatient is under the iuflu- it seems, has been only more deeply med as to his expected arrival. Therewas cleaner. 275,095. plan of the Casino in New York, it will
aroused by so signal a failure as was made i, be about the size of the Madison
no demonstration save a few discharges Square
the opiate, let the dose be repeat- I Wenueth F J, Baltimore Md. Curtain
ti = n We execution of this there must not here in the last Nov. election. In July a of artillery, and no formal reception cord tightner. 275,3u3. Theatre if ever built Washington can

'jl iaoatelit lost"To show that this trigger was set to effect the division of as was distinctly announced, that Wilson J A, Baltimore Md, Gas claim the distinction of being the only

scar, ; iaaothew fangled, suffice it to the Democratic party, and thus defeat it. that course was specially desired: by the burner, 275 311. city of its size in this country without 'a

: hams are salted, the salt This trigger consisted of having a man President, who is said to be travelling asa Wood C L, Eastland Texas. Combined tolerable playhouse. Formerly the people -

: toter and blood out of the before the people, who, more than any private citizen, in quest of rest and rec- blacking brush &c. 275,107. of Washington were not very fond of

a tith the salt and makes the other, appealed to the ministry and reation. Late in the afternoon, Mr. E. R. 4'S'.. theatergoing, but they have changed

brine as U is made is reabsorb- church-men. And the strength of the Trafford, took the President to Belair, Sunset Cox thought it might be all wonderfully. Actors say that Washington -

$*hams,the water then dries out appeal based, not on the sound democracy with which he was greatly delighted. On right to "protect" castor oil, for that is audiences are among the most critical ;

j the salt in the meat which is of the State, but on temperance Sunday, in company with Hon. Lewis an "infant industry." in the country. There are some novelties

.e& This is called exosmosisFM4Oemod'thelaws It failed.-It ought to have failed. ThatI Lawrence, PrOOJ Arthur, walked to A permanent restoration of exhaustedand in W'Washington_ that never cease to be

of am not political, your readers well the Episcopal Church, where services startling. 0 e is that what hurts man's
are worn-out functions follow the of
.t physicians. know. I have good reasons for pursuing were conducted by Revs. Lyman Phelps Brown's Iron Bitters. use character. elsewhere helps him right along

another work exclusively. But the and S. B. Carpenter, the latter deliveringap here. Unless a man has swindled the

&JW* Poem on the baby is being people of Tenneseee showed, by the largest interesting
5U"jthis! shocking way in Massafw majority ever carried here, that they the Presidential party left for the sport picnic Court, a liability for $450,000 has been divorced, it is very hard for him to
whole unsmatter- been fixed on the city of Savannah. be much of and the to
preferred a democracy, ing grounds, down the the KisaimmceRiv- thought ,

'v_ to earth and sky, ed by a semi-religio-temperance senti- er, where they now are, at Gardner Island. Some malicious fiend in Lancaster Pa., live on the.capital of one's debts,'as

., born begins to cry mentalism. Immediately succeeding the .-Sanford Journal. cut the rope of an elevator which caused Thackery expresses it, is a "pas port. Agreat

night does baby yell, election, the defeated temperance democrats 41. '" the death of Charles Rice as he was ascending -i many things under which men sink

its daddy mad as--well, including church-men and ministers A true friend to the weak and convalescent to the fourth story of the County \elsewhere give them 'a leg, socially, inWashington.

Mad Uanything..s furiously charged the party, suppor is Brown's Iron Bitten. Hospital. > AUGUST.

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./. "' .1{'III7i..' V:j Cnr.e;:JD,_'.,.TD..Jar how much the coatmn*may be trimmed, The One of the handsomest fire puces in' :1f'

':,1'I iwarire'ltmagiiiitLe i "Wld ow Ci Use; thetrainbangs in atraight,plain draping, .. light.! fashion to-day in intended for the use of, A graduate from the High"'

F ,1I.: Suit 13eeditli lffitleo aometlmei.'knfing' plaiting or shell a gas-log. The background is of wrought this city had a call from 'a id. .

.,,-..;> tS" .._- : rucningeoginiii "W i Leiliri9e laser disehat womaamiiiaid What, nearly home? The sun is sinkingAround
c tea of the desirableness of a detachable fast coat of.arms, the andirons are of the of Detroit, and he went his war jJiltJ '

:.( :be t drug clerks, train, especially is this'nsefnl for thoseof us rise the mountains dim'and same material in floral design, the fac- vided with several written', .:..:

; raesiatisc-ahiJldJ+ .: employed in us who must economize'in expensive' And lo vast I like: mighty: sentinels th ing of the stove is of tiles richly enam- and a whole .cart load of, enth

;:t ibatece4, ,,, "They seem to learn dresses, and who are only occasionally To guard the borders of the promised eled in relief, which are framed in fur- He found the school house to be : ',
);i} pi an.:employer "one : i Land a-.
says ; *
festive scenes L'To
or found amidst the nished brass. The hearth which accom- story affair, made of logs and'1a

look: ae lodt'where a man society woman trained ,costumes are a Longer and longer seemed the toiOOm.Touchf1y panies this elegant fire-place is of mosaic enough to hold thirty scholars in flit'the j
'woold require words of in-
tractkaL, -When clerk, 'has necessity, and must be always ready for : the sunlight of the waning day. tiles, while the fender is of burnished I teacher stood in the door '''-i''
my woman use,but the "occasional" "fi trained We femit the night, our souls were sore brats. school commenced the score of
,g y fttf In bind..I am certain that my while unsoiled distress'd. eh Ia a;
out of
costume style yet could muster
but, if a handsome walking dress, it can In 1848, an arithmetic few' .
appropriate stove is of terra cotta and a
Behind us lie the deserts bleak and bare,
GIRLS BE C..11TI0118..Girls: beware be worn for the promenade and quiet The valleys haunted by the fiend Despair wrought iron, the frieze being of the younger, a dozen leaves of a :
receptions the train added and'giving The flowers whose poisonedbreath. and the half of
sweetness was a a broken
former material ornamented slate' :
or tr.ftmei t ynnng'men.. Never Buffer very highly n.
different for full dress.Often '
an entirely style teacher
the sxidrwi of strangers. Recollect one The groves were chilly, shadows harbored in carved relief. As an accompaniment, however, went to work:>|,,

good, IteacIl'er'a boy or industrious Ottoman or other rich silk or death. an old fashion has been revived in the hammer knowledge into thcircranW: ,

satin is used for the corsage and petti- Before the shape of a fire-fixture of iron and he had convinced must of
mechanic is worth more than all us, shining through sun-gilt wrought the*'
trash coat of the dress, while the train is of mist, which is of pyramidal in elabo- that the world was round and that
the floating .,in the world. The The vision of the Great Evangelist. shape, tin> .
allurements of a dandy Jack, with a Ottoman silk, brocaded with velvet. A The heritage of all the saints in light, rate floral decoration. From it depend sun neither rose nor set in that county;

gold chain about,his.neck; a walking very stylish evening dress at a leading Jerusalem the Golden, meets our sight hooks, suggesting.pob lble coulung, and when it came time to have a.spfffiJ
house is in baby-blue satin. The lower school. For
branches for convenience wake ftm
atlckJD his,paw, and a brainless though vases. ,
skirt is laid in plaits, with a fan-shaped held in a bib barn, and the tUl1MUt'fI.
fancy skull can never make the loss ,
up Ourselves and Others. The favorite style of tile decorationfor
i front, the drapery plaited crosswise, eluded everybody, from the
of a.kind father's home, a mother's I A second of love boy tray
degree always rare hearths today is in imitation of pol
caught in the middle with a double bow spelled "com" the
counsel and the society of brothers and I in practice is plain and level same as "hone"
a dealing ished woods. Deep browns reds and
of satin and edged with white silk embroidery for convenience sake, to the old
sisters. These a1feetioDaJast while that with each other's needs. What is an
worse black
auch- ; the back drapery in a full represent maples, mahogony, ebony who always put "in haist"
of 'the Wanef I on h1sJe&
man' is lost at
than too much candy and coddling too and walnut the
high of the
into flounce ,
puff, box-plaited a falling ters to his brother in Vermont
the honeymoon. Girls, beware! honeyed words? We must notlose Itwasn't
many tile giving the exact effect of the polishof
the main the
over plaiting ; basque much of a contest
Take heed lest fan into the "snareof until the
ye sight of or that life is in natural
progress, woods. Minton tiles and '
in front elbow sleeves
pointed last
edged half
; towered aloft. "Catarrh
the fowler. Too
have been'a1reaiytakeIi
many its Love should be !?
uses.' a surgeon as Japanese tiles are always in demand.
with Directoire collar also
; and "photograph" laid 'em out
from, a, kind father'sborne well as a nurse. by the
and a good mother's counsel, and of embroidery ; an adjustable train The unwelcome truth be theonly The frame work of a curious hall dozens, and when only the chanpio

made the,.victims of poverty and crime, ready to be added under the box-plait- mercy, in many a case,may and shouldbe i chair is composed entirely of elk horns were left "Constantinople" floored aQ,

brought to.ahame and disgrace anthem ing that forms from the puff. Ottoman mounted in silver. The back and seat but two like a bolt of lightning. Ttea
dsills spoken out. Severity may be char-
thrown- upon their own resources, is found to wear nicely, merchants ity. Our state attorneys complain that are of embossed leather, and the bordering came the word "parasite." One tea-
predicting for them a successful run ; is studded with brass nails. dered it "
: "parysight and
to spend 'their few remaining days in there is growing up a cruel tendency to the other
.' grief ,and sorrow; while the brainless indeed, all repped silks are now more in concede to rogues and avert the claimsof Avery beautiful candalabra with g3'e.it "perrysite," and when the,

skull is making its: circuit around the demand than the soft, fine silks to whichwe justice, to the injury of the guilty crystal pendants has a stem of :Mexican teacher shook his head one cried oat

world, bringing of its ignoble will all have so long been accustomed. and the innocent: cnyx and branches of the same material. "I've writ that word over a hundred:

.that may, be .'allured by his ,deceitful White Ottoman has formed some of the that Bands of cloissone give it an exquisite times, and I guess I know!" "And I'"
"Mercy is not itself aft looks so;
most costumes of the
elegant wedding
snares, and; many a fair one to the Pardon is still the nurse of second woe" finish, and the shades are of delicately seen 'em every day of my life for forty

shame' (his artful villainy. winter. Plain velvet costumes are worn It is a question, whether humanitypays tinted glass. years, and I don't sit down for anybody
for full dress. A tint is
ruby a "
but by sensible A masterpiece in bronze ordered for added the other. "It is parasite _
; every person
WHAT WOMJLST .CAN Do.Womanneed princess or, if preferred, a polonaise, replied the teacher. "I
that should be looked the an English gentleman incloses clock. dispute;
upon as same a
not become a coarse, noisy, brawling with separate skirt of silk lining with it!" "So do I." "That's the ,
The way -
question whether there is design Christian '
as God. represents
a expounding -
politician, in order to be useful, nor the front of antique lace. ster gives it." "Who's "'
The existence of is of the gospel to Saracen this Webster
The polonaise is gathered in front Deity guaranty a ;
wear pantaloons nor try to herself ,
Yes "
trot him
just that piece is flanked two Saracen out Then the friends of
generally. She cannot if she tries below a long-pointed vest of the antique compensations; every pound by figures
rose up. In the shindy the
get out out of the place for whicb God lace. The back is draped in soft folds, shall be balanced by another pound ; armed cap-a-pie. teacher in
came for two black
made her The old hen can't crow, the lower part hanging straight and that we shall get as good as we give; Mats and rugs for halls are of polar eyes,
a cracked rib kicks in the
work at it as hard as she wilL full, with a border of the lace; tlat cuffs that no gold goes through the perfect white bear, leopard and tiger skins bites and

Asa border the sleeves, and a square collar sieve, but that, to the very minutest mounted in black furs, the Edgings be- on the ears, and the minute ht
wife and'iinother, woman canmake' could get clear and over the fence beheaded
atom all will be rescued and
rated and
i is also made of the lace. Basques for ing extremely deep.
the fortune and happiness of her for Detroit and reached hoot
paid for. There need be no insuranceon .
full dress as well as those for street
husband and children and if she did Terra-cotta plaques are mounted in
; want of so many repairs that it took
risks for there
and home have the bottom are none. Morality is
wear, cut in black '
nothing else, surely this would be suffi or deep-toned velvets or plush. two months to 'make him presentable.
battlement leaf not a venture, nor charity a lottery, but ,
points, points, or square The
cient geuine specimens which
destiny. her thrift come
prudenceand He had a few dollars due him and h*.
these are tied to blessed ends by unfailing ,;1
tabs a fashion that has been -
never from
tact, she can secure to her, partner Dieppe, are very wonderful representations left a change of clothes there but bdoesn't
laws. There is no art that can win up ,
generally followed this. Sometimes
and:herself a competence in old as of the life of the fishing pop-
age, no want to hear from the director,
against nature. throws
Honesty always
only the fronts are slashed while the ulations. In
matter how one a groupe fishwives
their'ginning or loaded dice. They may think he has resigned, and
back tapers off into a point over the full surround a comrade who reads
.how adverse a fate be theirs. the news '
may By
any parasite desiring the situation can
When the Earl of Flanders
her cheerfulness she can restore her drapery ; or it can be slashed around to sought of the day from Le Petit Journal.
have the
without boom
the side-back forms, this ending in double refuge in the smoky hut of an old vacancy paying
spirit, shaken by the anxietyOf Handsome hall chairs in illumi-
woman in 0
Bruges crying
good ,
business. loops. Another fancy, where a ,
By her tender care she nated leather and framed in
woman hide me I lorde therle are heavily -
can often basque is trimmed with embroidery, is ; am thy ,
restore him to health if disease
carved mahogany. The latest fashion Sanitary.
of Flanders !I" Froissart "she
to cut the basque pointed back and says,
overtasked his power. By her front curved short over the hips then kntw hymn, well,. for she had been oftentimes has the tall upright back and narrow -
counsel and love
she can win him frombad .
trim with the embroidery or lace in a at his gate to fetche alms, and seat which was characteristic of the OPEN FIRE PLACES.-Dr. Frank

-Hour company- ,.if--temptation. in an, evil flat border, the selvidge turning under- she slyde hym safe away." I eighteenth century. Hamilton, in the Popular Scion :
has led him astray. By her .
examples neath the basque edge. The sleeve anda Giving is getting, only silver is paidin Sea shells are mounted on terra-cotta Monthly, insists that safety lies alone
her precepts, and her sex'sinsight
into character she can' mould fiat collar should be bordered the gold. What we nobly give, we give plaques. Figures carved in terracottapeer in open fire-places, ordinary washbowls,
her children, however adverse their same while the skirt may be bordered into our own hands. Le Grice, the ever the edge of the shells and ap- and the banishment of all sewer con

dispositions, into noble men ad women. each side of the front, or have contrast school companion of Charles Lamb, pear as if perfectly at home in their cu- nectiou to an outbuilding entirely separated .

And, by leading in all things a true ing panels, with the trimming put wrote: "I never heard him mentioned rious tenement. from the living rooms Authorities

and beautiful across in three borders. Inexpensive at school without the addition of are quoted to prove that no plumb
life she A
can refine, ele- pair of Sevres vases, valued at
vate and spiritUalize all who come evening costumes are made of surah, in Charles, although, as there was no $6500, are exactly copied from a pair ing can exclude sewer gas, and that no,.
within reach; so that, with others of light tints, have figured, or satin-striped other boy of the same name, the addi- ordered for Queen Victoria's birthday. traps can be considered safe. Dr.,

her sex and grenadine for over-dresses, these prettily tion was quite unnecessary; but there Hamilton insists that typhoid fever
assisting her, They are mounted upon a pedestal of i
she do trimmed with lace and ribbon. was implied kindness in it and it was diphtheria, scarlatina and the general,
can of
more to, regenerate the Mexicen onyx, decorated in French
world than all the statesmen and reformers French corset-makers are reintroduc- proof that his gentle manners excited bronze. The vases are surmounted bya weakness and prostration which afflict
that cing the old-fashioned corset that had aboard that kindness. The sweet-hearted boy so many city dwellers are all traceabl
over legislated. crown of flowers in bronze, of rare
She can do alas! like busk down the front, but no was on the winning side. lie could not to sewer emanations.
much more to de- workmanship, and have handles of the
grade man,, if she chooses to do it fastenings, the lacing now being doue lose in that game, because the cards same rich material. Upon a ground- TREATMENT OF DIPHTHERIA SOKITIIKOAT.

Who can estimate the evil that,woman at the back. This method, though were all trujipu. The more indifferent work of old blue enamel the design .-Every now and ,then WI

has power to do? As a wife she can causing extra time and trouble in ar- to selfish ends was his fine playing, the resents upon the one Venus rising from rep meet an epidemic of a form of sort

ruin herself by extravagance, folly, or : ranging, produces, it is claimed'a, more more surely were those ends guarded by the sea and upon the other the fable of throat which, in many particulars, resembles

want of affection. She'can make ademon graceful outline to the form than the the sharp-eyed watchers of the world." Europa.The diphtheria. The onset sudden.

or an outcast of. a man who usual manner of fastening the corset. When we divinely forget, there is The disease, is ushered in by chimer

might otherwise become a good member Satin corsets; -of which there must be One who divinely remembers and re rage for tambourines may be supposed or actual shivering, followed by fever;

of society. She can briIg. bickering at least two, to wear with dark or light pays. to be dying out, but unfortunatelythis loss ..f appetite, headache and pain in
dresses fashionable with .- absurd fashion likely to be closely the throat swallowing
strife and discord into what might be a -are extremely aggravated by

happy home. She can change the those who can afford them, as this elastic Home Gossip. followed by a still more ridiculous adaptation On examination, the tonsils, the arch,

innocent babes into vile men, and even fabric molds itself more closely to of guitars and violins to purposesof of the fauces, and in many cases the

,into vile women. She can lower the the figure than either Jean or French decoration. uvula, are red and swo len. Occasionally

moral tone of; society itselr, and thus coutille. Over the hips of these new Very elegant little tables are now Little wall-brackets are entirely cov- small ulcers are seen. The ser-

'pollute legislation the spring head. corsets are set wide gussets of silk elastic covered in deep crimson plush, and the' ered with plush and decorated with vical and submaxillary glands are frequently

She can, in fine,'become an instrumentof webbing, which give a peculiar ease bordering, instead of being equal all brass nails and the crescent ornamentsto swollen, and in some case albumen

evil instead of an angel of good. to the wearer.. Still further comes a round, is in panels, some long, some which allusion has been made. is found in the urine Tbi

Instead of making dowers of truth, rumor from over the sea that French oval and others short and square. Upon temperature may reach 105, wl'flethe

'purity, beauty 'and spirituality 'spring i: \\hoaretroubledabouttheirtoo the surface of the table a design in I pulse is much accelerated. It is .<&"

up in her footsteps, till the earth smiles ample, proportions, very frequently discard flowers is worked in fine ribbons, while A Chicago clothing store gives a tinctly Infectious, for wives become l infected

with 'a loveliness that is almost celestial the ('O'f.t altogether, and have the leaves and tendrils are in arasene. Each of a coal stove with present subsequent to their husband,
linings to their dresses made of extra panel is finished off with tassels of Bite an overcoat. and in some families all the 'member :
she can transform it to a black and. That is a great deal better than
arid: desert covered with the-scorn of all heavy material, almost covering th ferent color, to match the design, and fireplace on the tail of a,coax paintinga or put- are attacked.' Such an' epidemic, hat

evil passion, and 'swept by ,the bitter dress bodice inside with strong whalebones they depend from brass ornaments in ting a coil of steam pipe, in, the back recently appeared in Edinburgh

blast of everlasting death. finished with silk casings. Later the shape of a crescent lining. Some of the ready-made coats and Dr. Allan Jamieson, who makes

This' is what woman can do for 'the still, word is brought to us by retumingmo These brass crescents are very muchin need a furnace in them to keep a man report of it in the Edinburgh JWforf

'wrong as well as for the right Is her istes that those too, too solid favor for ornamenting lambrequins, warm. More wool and wadding and Journal for December, has 'found tile
', French ladies who are determined to bracket hangings and the decorative most marked benefit from the
-. mission a little one t Has she no many less coal stoves is what the boys want. to result
worthy,.work as has become the cry of look ethereal have taken to wearingnickleplated : objects to which needlework is internal administration of salicylat of

late? 'Man may have a harder task to corsets,, warranted rove devoted. They make very pretty finish soda and the local application of si*'

perform, a rougher.road to--travel, but to give an, inch.1.,* to fringes, etc. Barber-ous: "It seems to me," said lution of bor -glyceride in glycerin .'

._he' has lire loftier or more .influential Smoke will,soobe at, a premium.From The latest style for bureau covers and a.customer to his barber, "that in hard frequently during the day.

'I- than woman's.: 2,800,000 cubic feet of smoke tidies consists'in the introductioQ of times you ought to lower your price for --

I i..:: ,' > ";/ *. given out by say 1000 cords of wood, it colored' designs either in the borde rings shaving." "Can't do it," replied the The first society for he exclusivepu; '

: ,% FashlonaJbl* Dots. is said 12,000 pounds of acetate of lime, or centres. These colored designs are barber; "now-a-days everybody wears pose of circulating thSjible; was Alin!

; ... Trains are again worn, more of them iOO gallons of alcohol and 23 pounds of I either oval or square, and are surrounded sucbalongface that we have 'a grea 1803, under the name ot tbt

being noticed at all festivities than in tar may be obtained. by a pattern to be worked in silks, deal more surface shave over." tBritish and Foreign Bible Society.

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-:,.'Iji.I'I'A ;, ',:,T'A'I = ,- ""IhitfltiiiitOlisMerPolt'P..18U. cant_ball' be required'to make' affidavit MISCELLANEOUS. .. LEGAL;'. '. I I. i

., .. .-'APBJL," JI,1 ;,1"..", :Mr.'Harriaonof<. ;; New York,'who 'donated that such each a petition and every'name! was theact or markamxedto and deed "DE 'I3A.RxMERCHANTS' NOTICE.'
:: the Land Office, Fla.t
of last sends
: .. .....nKY' !D.l.1'.. .. :.JP kndidpriM_ ;year' of the party purportto- hue signedthe LINE March 9. 1S8J.: >

,ia4. 'l." ...,..;s,. yfa_' .<.-..-...." u': -Florida.+ ulbe.following letter through his father same, which said feigning shall be in NOTICE is hereby given that the fol
:.r.., '::: : requesting us to publish it for the benefit DOUBLE DAILY.Carrying lowing-named settler has filed notice-.of
the of credible witnesses
;* preeeae at.least two -
EKJiHWA: GE l"Jt of those intending to take part in the Regatta the r. S,. Mali. his intention to make dual; proof in sup-
and that there no'fraud, bribery .
was port of his claim and that said proof.will
&.r JijifBjf E 1toc'1c Pabllifcer. both Bailing and.rowing: or deception in procuring said signatures Elegant Side-wheel Steamers. be made before. A. Stewart, Clerk circuit

J is?' .$15Oper'Annum In. advance "I say to the gentlemen of Indian liver REGULAR MAIL court at Titusville Fla.. on Saturday
li or mark to said petition and said
: ,
: '" W techtnapaoe ;,Ttt squares. that I shall forward to annual April 2Ist'1883, viz James: T. Stuart; of
you my
,MIf"eoIl: 8L petition with the names and marks thereto GEO.H.BIRD Capt.. Mercier. Eau Gallic. Brevard county. FIt(. for
', if : "'' by .the prize for your May Day Regatta,for both attached shall publi&ed in full, at 1L B. PLANT,Capt.J.W. Fitzgerald. Hd.No. 527 for the lots 1 and 2 Section 3
rt tt)1L sailing and rowing;.and ,with the understanding lot 1 Section 10 and lot 1 Section 11 and
::-.'\ gate aa9alre of the EdItor the expense of the petitioner, In'a paperpub11hed. ASITA, Capt.C.u. Brock.
: : that it shall be for boats tuned lot 1 Section 14, Township 27 South.:
three cent damp.r' Ir One of the above-named steamers will leave
,. 1M1 1. in said and if there is
county, Kunge 37 East. .
De Buy wharf foot of Laura street dally except -
"":-r apApERma r,be found.' on' file at by retidaib qf India ,Jftrer, and they to no paper published in paid county, then 3umlRVnt p-m. for PALA.TKA, SA>. He names the following witnesses to '!

;q';.:eeo.'F, .we1r& Co's i Newspaper AdverB be sailed with i/eirordiaary working sails, a copy of said petition and signatures landings.FORD, ENtERPRIgE and all Intermediate prove his continuous residence upon and
Street where I cultivation of said land viz: Thomas E.
restriction of be-
Spruce ) on account
;", '" are&U (10 made for itbbEWOBL shall be posted at the county site, and at! ROSACapt.J.L.Amazeeo. &' Hurdee. George Magrudejr. of Kockledjje
contracts informed that the
"irr.i, ng ing majority of the FREDERICK DE BARr.CaptLeo."ogel..
''' the election precinct of the district where Fla.. and John Simmou. Preston McMil

: r,. : sailing boats are owned by young men in such license is sought for the space of WELAKA,Captain.Mattheson. lan of Eau *Gallic. Fla.
l"mi -. 'III rAB is the OFFICIAL newspaper who can't afibrd two suits of sails, one for Ono of the above-named steamers will 47 ot' L. A. BARNES,Register.
:! two weeks before the County Commissioners leave DeBary wharf foot of Laura street
:;:4 !,-1 t! d eountr. racing and the other for every day wear, meet to hear such petition.SEC. dally. except Saturday,at 4:30 p. in-, and from NOTICE OF FETAL PROOF.
Ii', r.and W.Hallway wharf at 5 p. m.. for
J .....,at the' Pull O M__. at Titugritte, a* while a few others, who are better off'with 3. No'Collector of Revenue of any PaatkaSanford, Enterprise: and all Intermediate Land Office at Gainesville, Fla.\

If" Second-Clou Matter. this world's goods, could in the majority landings. Mar. 3,1SS3./
; ",.... county shall issue license to any personor Connects at Palatka with Florida Southern NOTICE Is hereby given that the fol
t.: ,9Fl'i of cases, carry off nearly every Railroad for Gainesville and Ocala.
CI'thzough.the energy and perseRtenw persons,, firm or firms, unless a permitis lowing-named settler has filed notice ol
&S prize with their racing sails thus Connects at Astor with Johns and Lake
doing a
his Intention
make final
to in
4 Ostrander our Indians presented from the Board of County Eostia Railroad for Fort Mason, Yalaha. Lees- proof sup
of Captain
: great injustice to those who have but one burg and all point on the Upper Oclawaha.' port of his claim and that said proof will
Commissioners and such license issued
has fine and commodious steamer so be made before A.A. Stewart clerk cir-
s .Ter ,a suit of working ones. Connects at Volusia with coaches for Or- ,
. lUf' dT fa to carry the United St&te8'mails. shall contain a provision that the same mond and Daytona. cuit court at Titusville Flat on Saturday
'* of the difi'erent'placea "I hope that all generous minded gen- be suspended or revoked by the Connects at Sanford with South Florida Rail April 21st 1883, viz:J. Brady Bowers of
.: 'Ii'tty" 1 tie people tlemen who intend participating' see road for Lonvwood,Maitlond. Apopka City, Georgiana Fla fid. Number 3,603 for the
Board of Commissioners for Altemonte, Orlando. immee. and with
river hand to construct suitable County any
ie the the justice of the restrictions. steamers for Lake Jcssup,Salt Lake and Rock. lots 2, 3. and 4, Section 23, Township 25
$ of the causes hereinafter net forth. ledge aud Indian River. South, Range 36 East.
:Hi "I also that I much at
landthis say regret very SEC 4. No person or person, firm or Connects at Enterprise with coaches for He names the following witnesses to
fa. not being able to be present and participate Daytona and New Smyrna and Titusvllle. prove his continuous residence upon and
, 1IIfl.stOCk company be formed for the firms, in the State shall fell any liquors, Returning Mall steamers leave Enterprise cultivation of said land ylz J. Mc-
in the festivities, but at no very dis- every morning at 7 and Sanford at 7 30 a. m.. : A.
1R fporpose of putting a centrally located, wines or beer to any minor, or any person and 9 a.m.. making clone connections withS. Crory Joseph P. Blake. Rob't. Morrow
tant period hope to be, and when I do ..F.and W.
wharf out to the channel, in a etate of intoxication. Railway for all points North. and Andrew Grason. all TitusvijleFIa.
f'i East and West.WThrough
: come would be much pleased to join some L. A. BAKXES
Kwhere five'feet of water can be had at all SEC. 6., The County Commissionersshall bill lading given to all points. 45w5 Register U. S. Land Office.
of them in a friendly match at Target
'r, } ,tkiei' f'the year We think this is a Rifle Shooting.." have the right, and shall exercise In The every steamers respect.of this line are all first. class '
I right direction, and wouldl the same, to suspend at any time the license -
.. .jfiyinthe! For further information apply at General
"New York, April 2, 1883 Ticket Office,corner Hay ana Laura streets. Laud Office at Gainesville, Fla..
H1 l'ncoffittend that the shares be so arranged .!.!. '" i of any dealer in liquors, wines or W.n. \YATSOX.: Manager. March 2... 1883.}

i ':any" #s and everyone in or BELOW we publish the head-notes of I beer in their respective counties upon C.B.FEN WICK.Gen.Past Agent. NOTICE Is hereby given that the follow

tt;; ..a'about our town may the affidavit of two or more reliable citi- In ;.u UJed settler has tiled notice of his
; ... the decision by the Supreme Court on

FOR SALE intention to make final IB
that such dealer has sold *intoxicating proof supportof
become stockholders. We believe there w zens, any -
'fJ.7" ,
; the Constitutionality of the new Local his claim,and that said proof will be

: l j id pme enough in our community to Option Law. The act which was passed beverage to any minor, or any made before A. A. Stewart, Clerk circuit

ryob this thing to an early completion. person in a state of intoxication.SEC. THE TITUS HOUSE, court atTitnsville,"Fla., on Tuesday :May
the last also
i by legislature we pub
8th 1833, via: Samuel J, Frost of Rock-
should each 6. Such affidavit shall be made
. put a
OaraliDe; men lish. The Court sustains the validity ONTNDIAN ledge Fla, for lid. No. 11.358, for theN

r IttifcMiider,to wheel and thus put them- of the law in the most essential features. before the Clerk of the Circuit Court and E 4 Section 26TowushIp24South.Range

and the said Clerk shall notify the dealer KIVER 36 East. ,
1r'jdrrs in a" po81tion to supplement by ,
The fifth and sixth sections are declared
iie untiring efforts of our gallant and written notice served by a Constable or containing He names the following witnesses to
: void. The cost of a license is made by i prove his continuous residence upon and

f'j a1 Captain the "right peart" .(jm- the revenue act the same as it was before Sheriff: requiring said dealer to appear Large Office, Parlor, Dining Room, cultivation of said laud viz: James R.
Is befriended before the Board of Commissioners i Carter. Aaron Cleveland of Rocklwlire
. who by everybody County -
the of the with the Pantries Kitchen
passage new ex- and Samuel Fields, John Fields ';iCt'ty
friend. at its next thereafter
OOdts ,
'f: ception'that.dealers of wines, beer and 16 Bedroom, Point. Florida
, '\>',>a :i'.>, ",:,' .,. and the Board shall take the hear Large Airy
" :"'' .0l ;- proof, 49 w5 L. A. BARNES, Register.
malt to the
..Ngrairgriurnlso after all that hasJTbittlaid liquors are now required pay
Servants' Quarters
( \ and determine whether there has been ,
1liii and done in regard to the Tariff same license as the retail liquor dealer, NOTICE.
such violation as is complained of, and if I and all outbuildings.
!l:t fWrtkin,the public and the press do notippearsettled viz: $300 to the State and not to exceed necessary U. S. Land Office at Gainesville,Fla.>
the charge is sustained revoke said license.
t k and satisfied.-is asserted $150 to the county and $150 to the mu- : Cistern ori2OOO gal capacity, March,21, 1883.i
SEC. 7. violating the COMPLAINT been entered
Any person provisions having at
W f}jtfcat protection,secures ,high: prices for nicipality, provided that the license hall of this act shall be answerable to -alsoFUENiTUEE-- this Office by II.'McDSplers against,G.

: |Jborand that low tariff .or free trade embrace an incorporated town or city. H. Stockwell for abandoning his Home-
the penalties now prescribed by law for ,
s low This will The State ret. H. W. Relator stead Entry Number 4180 dated October
i- : nUbnng'labor to prices. ex. Arpen, ,
: selling liquor without license, and shall including Piano and Billiard Table! 14th 1876 upou the E A of S E i and S
5' gnot hold true except to limited extent. vs. M. J. Brown, Collector of Revenuefor I be tried in the manner prescribed for the \V i of N E i Section 9, and N W| of N

t&f1f/i.J &f ttt take one of our leading interests Duval county, re.pomlent-an-I same. Provided, that the same not apply The Groundsare W i Section 10. Township 28 S. Range 37

i timnfnr. example. damus. : to the sale of domestic wines by the East, in Brevard county Florida. with a
Large and Nicely Laid Out. view to tbe cancellation of said entry:
I Placing the royalty on the ore in the RAN DALL, C. J.: person making the same,nor when liquors the parties are hereby summoned to appear -
r wines and beer sold under license
June at from 50 to 60 cents per ton, then 1. The act of March 3, 1883, relating to obtained before are the of a this act -ALSODESIRABLE -- at this Office on the 16th day of May
-ti. ,
passage 1883. at 10 o'clock a. 111., to respond. amt
.i1t: t'tli protection we.mine this ore with granting licenses for the sale of intoxicat and until the expiration of the same, but TUWN LOTS furnish testimony concerning said alleged

prit ktga priced labor, transport it to f urmaces ing liquors no far as it requires that an any person or firm who shall give or by abandonment. '

f. 1rit.hhich priced labor where we smelt it applicant for a license shall produce to pretended sale of a different article furnish For Business or Dwelling Houses, and L. A. BauNES. Register.

, --61"--: .., with of centsp the Board of Commissioners any liquor, wine or beer to his, her 48 5w Jon F Roru"Receiver.
.jf a.royalty twenty County an
fi' or their customers or permit (he same to GOOD LANDSFor
a 1v ion mined with high priced labor, application signed by a majority of the be done with the view to entice customor NOTICE.Six

1 fjl nirsmportedwithhigh priced labor, andS registered voters in the election districtin evade the law shall be deemed selling Gardening. months after date I will present co

: tbti>molt is high priced iron. This crude which he desires the privilege to sell, without license and liable to the penaltiesfor Term Easy to Responsible! his Honor J.A. McCrory., Judge of the
the court of BrevardcountyFla.
iron is .further transformed with the same. county my
and otherwise terms
plat priced comply Parties. final and
vouchers Executor
SEC. 8. All laws and parts of laws in accounts as

t.iato bar-iron, steel, nails,wagons,engines, : prescribed, is a valid act, not repugnant conflict with this act are hereby repealed. address of the Estate of Samuel Moore late of

1tJ.Di1ro&d; iron, cars, locomotives, '. to the Constitution of this State or of the Approved March S, 1883. Apply or' said county deceased and ask for a final
.1' MRS. M. E. TITLS discharge as such Executor.
"t .' ,
with chini
I beuldmgs bridges together ma United States. PiitNEas WESSON,'Executor
Steamer Greenwich Secured.
.,I;::-'I: male, presses of various kinds, 2. The fifth and sixth sections of the Daytona Journal.A Titusville, : : : : Florida.SPORTSMEN'S March 29, 1883 '(48.6m)

"i : ith high priced labor, making the arti- act which seek to invest the Board of meeting held last night at JackOn's -, EMPORIUM NOTICE.U.

ilAi' produced high priced.: By applying County Commissioners with judicial power !; Hall, called to order and W. B. S. Land Office, Gainesville. Flat ,\

$ >kiipriadple to productions of all kinds to hear, try and determine complaint I O'Connell appointed chairman. A state- R. C. SCRIMGEOUR, March i1.. 1883./
}11bat b,the result? A' market stockedpi&jughpricedgoodsof against the holder of a license, and to impose ment of what was desired was made by TaiMeniiist and Naturalist Complaint having been entered at, this
<- r [ Office by D.Chalmers Erine against Ed
all kinds. the license
Making a penalty by revoking Chas. D. Smith, the owner, viz: that sucha ''wlnT. Frost for abandonl his homestead
Birds& mounted with some respect
saflioductiotsof every. kind with low are void, as they create a court not authorized portion of stock in the steamer shouldbe for Anatomy. eutry number 5213. dated May'7th

daed labor, and the converse is the reAltmarket by the Constitution. taken by the people of the Halifax Everything appertaining to shooting 1877. upon the lots 3 and 4 Section 33 and
and to be found at establish'i lots 3 and 7. Section 36. Township 31 S.,
,| stocked with low priced 3. An act may be void in part without Coast as should secure the boat as a permanent fishing my
ment and at reasonable rates. Range 39 E.. In Brevard county Florida
I > ; (Now: what is the result Simply affecting other parts of it, if that which steamer on the line between our with a view to the cancellation of said

& Wkf one,day's work of high priced labor remains is capable of being executed in River and Jacksonville, to the amount of brand Also of dealer Asbestos in the Celebrated in all colors Lion entry: the said parties are hereby summoned
: jjyQl boy just as much low priced labor accordance with the of the Leg- to appear at this Office on the 23d
} ; as : purposes at least $3,000.A ready for use. The best and cheapest day of May 1883, at 10 o'clock a. m. to

pd m more;and no less. I I islature wholly independent of that which query by Mr. Jackson as to what paint ever introduced for House or Boat respond and furnish testimony concerning -

} itbotttlabor there is no production is rejected. control of the boat and consequent secu- use. 011 stoves in great variety, suitablefor said alleged abandonment., :
kh :.j; ad..\ family or boat use. L. A. BaRNES
lIIIII.pnce.r! governs, the pricer" Alternative writ quaShed.John rity subscribers to the stock would have Register.!
49 4w JOHN F.
ROLUNS. Receiver.
t ail prodncLt._ Protection,of'the home E. Hartridge, John T. and Geo. that the steamer would be run in the in-

': I".L.! ; et_'mates high. priced goods, high U. Walker, for Relator; AttorneyGeneral terests of this section was answered by Pratt's' Celebrated Astral Oil always in NOTICE. ,
U. S. Land Office Gainesville Fla.
.g': 'hoed boode make high priced labor George P. Raney and W. B. Young, Mr. Smith that a guanantee would be STOCK. at March 27.1883.\/

+i appoa the.home production is in for Respondent. given to the effect required.Mr. Complaint having been entered at this

Q l the,home demand what then? Jackson presented a propositionto Triple plated -Table" ware from the Office by Thomas, J. DeStuben against
'.JIij mwa either An act to regulate the sale of Liquors, House of Uoluies, Booth & Uaydeu. Richard C. Hudson ,for abandoning his
; be, shipped as high form a joint stock which, in
Wines, and Beer in the State of Floridaby company l..anterus.lazors, Combs. Nick Nacks homestead entry number' 5,212. dated
t inert,.goods to a foreign market or the commissionersof cluding the investment retained by Mr. In endless variety., May 7th. 1877.upon the lots 1 and 2.Sec-

,, and mills producing these'kinds the Boards of County Smith, should own and control the boat. tion 1.-32 S. and lot 8 Section 36.Township -
the several counties.The Tobaccos 31 S. 39 E. In Brevard
goods At.1l8t "shut down." But these the that Cigars, Pipes Range coun-
Finally accepted on agreement
Florida I ty Florida, with a view to the cancellationof
the State of -
People of represented
1prIced, goods and, cannot com- $3,000 in stock should be taken by our and all smokers' articles. said entry: the said parties are hereby
Senate and do enact
ibt F !*&low priced goods in a foreign in Assembly, at citizens and three directors elected. The When you cannot find summoned to appear at this office on the22d

:M. ,without loss to the manufacturer, \follows: latter are Chas. D. Smith, Brooklyn, N. what you want in the other stores in T> day of May 1883, at 3 o'clock p. m.,
Sea 1. That from and after the to respond and furnish testimony con-
passage tusville R. C. S. call and
'!"' .nmlt is just give a you
"shut down.
a Where Y., H. P. Hand and Wm. Jackson. cerning said alleged abandonment.L. .
.tJf''ita4"; + of this act it shall not be lawful for will be sure to get suited.
thin 1 It is out of employmentelaborerbecomes The same were selected as a committee A. BaRNES, Register.

ft1 ,,. discontented. Mouths any person.or persons, firm or firms, to I I to complete the business and report to Owing to the recent improvements of 49w4 JOHN F. ROLLINS. Receiver.
-. ,:, ." .. ,toLled. and backs be clad and sell any intoxicating liquors, wines or holders TITUS HOUSE
.:....-. .' are to the stock to-night after the rail- ,
beer in election district in county C. Co.inthfewayofa
any Magruder&
13Ifl ewith to accomplish these. He road meeting. Titusville, Indian River Florida.J.
in this State as hereinafter ,
,\ t lit of employment, out of food, out of except pro- Articles of Incorporation will be pub-

".:':'\7t\" .( .. .... ,This; is protection high pricedL vided. lished, the steamer will be a permanent M. Stellenwerf, Manager.
.. ; ;;or SEC. 2. Any person or persons, firm or SEW CARRIAGE,
.".... _ad. 1."pn.-.I goods when the thing, and a schedule Qf time and rates VS The abort it strictly a Fmt-Clai
r" __ firms to sell liquors wines or
i-}....'. "- -= r"wuu exceeds the home deif wishing adopted. We commend this as another and an emerienceft sawyer Hotel rituated Indvm
beer shall make application to the Boardof ,pleasantly
"k",: ";' _. **to*protection, which likely move in the right direction.
ry. '> together with an increased supply of
", of the with
Commissioners countyin River 250 milt of
County ,
,:; j ... tit almoat any time. *4 S
'" d tiOn which the privilege of such sale is desired List of Letters. Logs & Logging Facilities, Jacltonvilk.
i4ii. ? aeeaus high priced labor
'" Jr'"j at a regular meeting of said Board, Remaining uncalled for at the TUus- fill orders
They are now prepared to
J5wd andTWjllaihire.
; panic wines lle P. O. Accessible Daily lay Fine Steamers
:\\ for a license to sell such liquors, or

-,.'';". ,. ,-itdielit;; -. beer said application to be signed by a Cooper, J H Hard,C C fell cnt and at short }Notice.{ To the Pleasure Seeker and
:..::::oi: [ ,.or free trade means exactly Haxtine, J R Iverson, Alfred Sportsman, ,

;. ":"i.-, >.;..a..:: =:*_ It means' low priced labor majority of the registered voters in such Lentz, Lafayette McNish A B j&Twenty i thousand feet of choice lumber Invalid thjHouae present attractions

.. ., [ d election district as shown by the registra- Moore John Moore, Doctor now in stock. Vegetable boxes,

.reg.o7ment. with the neceaaaries tion list on file in the office of the,Clerk Niff& Higley Neilson Mrs C H Shingles and Lumber sawed and debt.eyed .. powbere else to be found,in the South.

i of life Taylor, Pernell BVhite, \Villiam N to any point on Indian Hirer at THE MANAGE ASSURES HIS GL'S3T1f ALL
purchased at a coy of the Circuit Court at the date of such
T E Worden Mr reasonable rates. Terms Cash :neliTel'1.
cheap market. It means a Whaley, on < TaT; Cwiio&TSor.&uouATMQD3R.tTE
such Board to to
application asking grant Watts Walter J. .
.wettled, well clad and a C. RIDER A CO. LtTS. 44
and happy said applicant the right to sell such liq- R. C. SCKDCQEOUX, Poacrna t r.
family for theBPIS
uors,wines or beer, and the said appli- Titusville, Florida, April 12, 1883.. 48t Georgians, Bre Tan1 Co, fto. Open Summer & Winter. .

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f-J'!,!....", ,. .. ..."....4 -', -. c..y. l P, ,. :: ;:8..:,; .t"t."11;'8 r"Bert:, ',"SUnif" --,4 not I I'! they, find something adapts_to. theirI Scientific, Economy.J J leaving an. ,imperceptible
:t- : g ..:i-l.-V" ..;.,...-,-" ;i\: ,""" A; rain to I I\I cultivation etc. and,1 by being a little parent skin, which can Qt
,::p :v,"' :;. 1 '''.t::: t: << ...i; closed; twin permit ,_ :,: ; The Marine Register complains; that when.:
t !1'uioeWihadeiy t1.ibIIg stnad.a .' enter, ice much harm will result' The careful,' can double'their yield on any ofthe New York harbor is being seriously injured removed with hot water 'trl
Pt '';'.: r bias ae 1UI"ft'-r....a consequence i that rain ,entering it old,kinds with but little additional
r ; ashes and refuse into La IVtowna, of Madrid rh w. '
.rq? tiM totta*eon His alt the land by dumped al"
: for seed is
".'tt.:. .... it.aut- ;.- cames'away"a large amount of the expense. Honey.spent. good its waters almost daily. account of the granting by the'j.;
r 7f .} -.g feud et Wi twcaw=. nourishing elements." well invested,and will be very certain todividend.h'nc
:tf--P $ .O wiiIoc os 1Cl1ll Jl71mi 1 pay S a large England Twenty years'ago it required five faculty of that city of a'degree.of. ]
r. 4't. D.Joob".1U8Yabapky. In making 'gilt-edged butter the rails. cine on Senorita Martina 55 5
'q ; Farmer. tons of coal to make a ton of iron
{If'-tle'esabsr lluallntda"Wlhe wed. I
, housewife.'should see that the milk is A dairyman says: "In the case.of an I Now a ton of steel rails may be pro- Bellaspi. She is the first 'g
A.oftV.byt brW.W. set where it will be' free from all contaminating woman who has ever studied
duced from the with half that
A stjUor lad sad a aided fair; unusually large and well-developed 1)?.
hand the tale of odors. Set in shallow open of coal. and taken her degree. The
Band:clasped Lln. while heifer there is no objection to havingher amount paper
two' inches deep the room to be in warm terms of her '
.H'bC": agate,omthelisteniag air.Tor ': pans, first calf before she is 2 years old, Basaltic lava,, near :Mount Etna, as a ladyspite .
U of 66 the round. of much
'. lore is'young,though lots M old' at a"temperature year but when undersized or at all weakly it which has been examined by Professor opposition andprejudice ,

, dud love aloDelhe heart can fill; Scab, ,,is said to' have been eradicated is safer to let her reach the of 2 has won high
Aad the dear old tale thai. has been told age } or O.Silvestri,contains small cavities filled u
S S. is stilL. from 'New Zealand and almost driven 3 If heifers in at i Spanish lady is following ft'
la tbs*days gone by, spoken years. thrifty come with a waxy, yellowish paraffine, melting -
A- tri built home h.an a sheltered bay: from Australia by a law imposing a an early age and are properly attendedto : at 5G and soluble in ether or Senorita Ca&sell's footsteps.. '
A rife looking out on the glistening: penalty of $500 for every case of scab they usually make better milkers than I alcohol. the V enc1Ul School of)fedi 1aa4'

'A pnmrfbr the loved one far away found after seven months from the date when they in late." closed its doors against her, she is'_ '
,And 'neath the old roof come Belt manufacturers find it of interest ,
.. prmttling'- ,imps. '. of going into effect of the law. may studying in Madrid, where she has
liftd; to know that the experiments of ..
A ch and a radiant face a more friendly reception -
By the open door in the falling night; Fanners'trying to make a living off Mr. Jenatzy, of Brussels, disclose that
.A welcome home and a warm embrace worn-out lands must stop selling their The Old Novel Heroine.The under uniform loads caoutchouc takes A German scientist, Heir Lfeha.
from the love. of his. youth and children and sell fat and I mann employs
calves and oxen ,
M bright.' .5 S pigs, first essential was such perfect increasing elongations, until it becomes electricity in determia.

Aa aged man'in'an old arm chair; hogs instead, and they will soon see an beauty of form and face that languagewas quite twice as long as if was originally, ing the melting points of metals aaj

A golden his t from the western sky: improvement in the fertility of their wholly inadequate to the descrip and that then the elongations decrease alloys fusible at low temperatures 'g(.
:IHis wife by side, with her silver hair.. lands and in their bank account. I interposes in an electrical circuit
S SS And the open book of God close by, tion; the moral beauty correspondedwith until rupture ensues. The weight necessary pnv.
,Sweet on the boy the g1amiagfells, One, of the results of the late Com- the charms of the person ; she was quadruple the length is three vided with a bell a rod of the metal or'

And'stars.bright; *II the" glow of the evening. missioner Le Due's experiment in tea- the most devoted of daughters, the times that under which the length has alloy to be experimented with, and''

.But dearer to them are the jaipar walls raising at the South has been the adoption most tender of mistresses-the old become doubled. plunges this rod into a bath, of.YUM

J And the golden streets of the Land afar. of the shrub in some localities as a masters of fiction always dropped the Monkeys, says Alfred K.Wallace, are suitable substance, the temperature
An old churchyard on a green hillside. hedge-plant, for which where the cli curtain upon the marriage-the most usually divided into three kinds-apes, which is given by a thermometer. H*'

-The Two labermen'1m.ti11.boats in their ing peaceful out with rest the;tide mate and soil are suitable- it is said to I I I I I constant of friends, the most patient of monkeys and baboons ; but these do not circuit being closed the bell will ;ring:

In the fiery glow ofthe amber west. be excellently adapted. sufferers, always ready to assume the include the American monkeys' which but as soon as the bath attains the tem..
Children's laughter and old men's sighs, perature to fuse the
The night that follows the morning clear, A process has been discovered in crown of martyrdom on great or little are really more different from all those circuit is necessary broken metal the

,.rainbow bridging our darkened skies, Mississippi by which sweet potatoes can occasions; her charity was as boundlessas of the Old World than any of the latterare and the noise count.
Are the round of lives from to and the reading of the
our year her was usually limited. She thermometer
be kept through the winter without purse each other. Naturalists,
_ year difficulty. The 'water is evaporated, was always as accomplished as she was therefore, divide the whole monkey saken at that instant will grre 'th
; leaving the sugar and starch by another lonely and virtuous although it must tribe into two families, one having its melting point of the metal or,alloy faq

Agriculture., process, and farmers are thus enabled be confessed that her accomplishmentsdid habitat in the Old World and the otherin .

.' "- to either store away or dry them, as not extend to conversation, which the New World. Elephants are very sensitive to insult,

Sago and Tapioca. preferred. / was usually of the most amiable, insipid I. Says the J/hnM/acfums1 Gazette : and appear frequently to be more annoyed .

Sago and tapioca differ in value mater- The attention given 'to market gar kind ; if reared in an humble station, Some years ago the officers of an American at anything derogatory to these,

idly, as was shown recently in a lawsuit dening around New Orleans is increas though of course it always turned out railroad required its engineer to dignity than actual pain. In. a weB-

between>> merchants the Pacific coast. that she was somebody's long-lost child; known work on natural history, !style
ing. There is not only a good home get his plans for iron bridges approved
:The difference is explained in the plants market, but a large demand from nature and noble blood kindly suppliedall by English experts before beginning the "The Menagerie." it is stated that as.

and the cost of production. The sago Northern cities, such as St. Louis and her deficiencies in artificial culture ; I work. Now famous English engineer, an elephant was passing through the,

.tree is a palm twenty-five feet high. It Chicago, which get their first supplies she was a portentious letter-writer, as whose work has been criticised, cites streets of London a man seized it by the,
; the readers of her memoirs knew, to tail, indignity that offended
grows in the marshes of Singapore'and from Louisiana market gar eners. The the opinion of an American engineer to so it'that

,elsewhere, in' .China, where plantations business thus far has been very profit their cost; her supply of tears was Inexhaustible support his position, saying that the it grasped him with its trunk, and placing

of.1000 acres are often seen. A sago .' and in all embarrassing situa American has built more big bridges him against some iron railings kept

palm is not ripe for I its first and only able.A good cow has a full eye, a small tions where ells might have been called himself than there are altogether inI him prisoner until persuaded by th>
harvest till fifteen years, from the plant- upon to show some decision of charactershe I keeper to let him go. Captain Shipo-,
t and short head, dished in the face and | Great Britain. ,I
ing._ Its diameter is then some twenty sunken between the eyes; a soft and most conveniently swooned ; she has recorded in his "Memoirs'1 that a

inches;. The harvester works on a shifting loose skin, deep from the loin to the I seldom ate or drank, and when she did The Western Union Telegraph Company elephant drenched him with dirty water

plank :in, the swamp and fells the udder, and a very short tail, a thin ud it was only a little fruit and water. has estimated the durance of telegraph for having put cayenne pepper on it*

.tree close to: the ground. The barkbeing der agd a square bag with teats. a good See was greatly addicted to poetry, her poles, as follows : Cedar, 16( breadandbutter.A .

,removed the body of the tree consists distance from each other, and one ideas were continually arranging themselves years; chestnut, 13 ;juniper, 13;spruced Sheffield (England) letter writ i

,of'soft,pith,. which is broken and which, when milked, shrinks to a small "in the following lines;" an 7 years. Cedar, chestnut and spruceare ; says : "Some of our local dre ing-c8

ground in water,while the pulp is being compass.-Farmers' Magazine although steeped in all the misery andmisfortune used in the Northern States ; juni makers have found useful material for

stirred.' Transferred to a vat the starch 'V edge-shaped fruit-houses, to be that imagination could invent per and cypress in the Southern Statesand tops-that is, the lids of soap-dfaheaT

is precipitated and the water is drawnoff managed without artificial heat, are she was very ready to apostrophise red wood in California. Poles cut brush-trays, etc.-in the new aluminium,

,.after.which the starch is ,dried and being built in London, according to The "Sweet Solitude," or anything else in the summer will not last as long as bronze, and which, I am informed, is

ground into the sago flour of commerce. !: Garden. They run north and south, she could commence with a big O. those cut in the winter by five years. now being experimented with by stew of

Chinese tapioca differs essentially. The are about twenty-five feet long, seven Heroines of the more romantic school Soil and climate, of course, make a the local white-metal houses with the:
plant fifteen feet aid fruits I sometimes their verses difference with the life of poles. I"view of its
grows high feet wide at the bottom, and slope to sang accompanying testing value as spoon and

in two years; otherwise it is not unlikethe three feet at the roof. It is claimedfor themselves upon their harp or According to an English paper there fork metal. The great advantage-

potato.. Every motion is the same as them that in this shape the rays of flute; and how they contrived to retain are now being built on the Clyde, Scot- which the dressing-case makers find hi

in a potato field. Grasping the plant, the sun glance off, so that there is no these instruments amid all the hair land, four steel steamers, to make thirteen the bronze-which is obtained in both
itshuge bunch of massive roots is breadth 'scapes the abductions the silver and '
burning. knots an hour, for the Canadian gold color-is that,unlike the

shaken and taken to mill,,where, being According to the Fort Worth Journal, sudden flights which it was their destiny Pacific, Railroad. They are to run on plated tops, mounts made from it do not
washed and stripped by machinery the to undergo was not the least remarkable tarnish and
Texas sold 600,000 beef cattle and 330- Lakes Huron and Superior. After they consequently, no matterhow
tapioca of commerce is made as sago is circumstance of their lives. constructed long the goods may have to te
000 head of young stock, cows, etc, are and tested in Scotland .
precisely. this year for $23,100,000 ; increase hi London Graphic. they are to be taken down shipped in kept in stock the bright parts retain all'.

Variety In Feeding;Fowls. value of the 4,000,000 cattle in the I sections, and put up in this country. their gloss and beauty." .

When fowl run at large they gather a State, $16,000,000 ; cost of raising cattle The ,Mechanical Engineer thinks that ,

great many different substances, andalso expenses, etc., leave a net profit of College Jokes. when this extra work is taken into account .4

get sufficient exercise. If,they are $27,200,000, of which $23,100,000 is hi If all the funny sayings and witticismsuttered they might have been made as Of Interest to Canoeists. '
kept confinement the natural system cash $4,190,000 in increased value of cheaply in this country.
should be imitated as nearly as possible.So stock. in college lecture rooms duringa
year could be collected, there would Experts of the Federal Polyteckni The American Canoe Association
far aa the exercise is concerned, wan e The steam plow is reported in successful kum Switzerland
be material enough to make the mostreadable have tested the new numbers several hundred members in
induce them to scratch and work
by operation at Blanchard, Dakota. It
of books. Unfortunately blasting material known as amidogen, the United States and Canada and local
scattering lot of cut straw salt is the ,
a hay or invention of an Englishman who and
many of the best jokes understoodby are stated to have found it entirely clubs in
are are active existence in nearly
leaves in their yards in dry weather or represents a firm at Leeds,England, that free from
the class alone, and when taken out danger. It appears from every considerable town in the land. It
their'quarters when it is manufactures
storming, steam plows. It consists their
of their setting lose their report that this explosive can be is known
brilliancy. that there in Philadelphian'number
and throwing thereon a handful of of a frame-work to which are attachedsix

Some of the incidents ignited only by exposure to an electric
however, may of canoeists who ply1 their paddles -
.grain. But the feeding is another mat plows each of which cuts a 16-inch
be appreciated by the public. spark or the nakedname or by heating trim Delaware .-
or their sheets the
the on
ter. In
winter should
they have mat eat furrow. The motive power consists of
it to 180 P C. But
The coolness of the amidogen even if ignited -
average college and its tributaries and it has been
times,and also some green food. The two immense traction engines. ,
student was seldom better illustrated will not exert its explosive effect suggested that be taken to' unite
meat is not
easily procured by farmers The Farmers' Home Journal of
unless incited.
than by this incident : firmly The explosive their scattered
interests for the common
from slaughter-houses, nor can Louisville, Ky., says that a German effect of
amidogen is said to be
The college term had midway
can fowls get insects even when at liberty gardener beyond the Almshouse bought nearly closed, between advantage. To this end all who are interested -
at' the ,, Vanehowever when the president sent for a student of powder and that of in canoeing are invited a> a
present season. ty, some in 1881 at $130 per acre. This dynamite.
assists us to get partially overthe last year he put it all in potatoes; which who had not paid his term bilL The preliminary step, to send their addresses

,difficulty. _'.Not only corn and good cleared him $300 per acre. lie paid fut or sum was a small one, and the president, The OsaterreiehischerLiquer Fabrikaon rat to Mr. W. Howard Faulkner, Unnrer- ,

wheat ,screenings should be used, boats the land and bought for cash as much after remonstrating with Mr. S- states that ){essrs. Docket & Machardnow sity of Pennsylvania. Due notice wiB ,

buckwheat hayseed and barley..JDeBB more land at $140 per acre, and has nowa his tardiness in complying with the prepare both alcohol and paper be given should a sufficient number respond .

A .f soft food in the morninconsisting g, big farm, all paid for out of one p ear's rules said! : from wood: 2000 kilos. of wood shavingsare to justify an effort for permanent

of bran meal,linseed or cottonseed crop. "Why, I should think you could borrow treated in wooden vats with 8000 organization.

meal and a little ground bone,is At the meeting of the Western Iowa such a small sum. Any one wouldbe kilos. of water and HOO kilos. of hydrochloric The American Association contains

a good substitute for meat,as these su Horticultural Society at Coming, in willing to lend it to you." acid for ten to twelve hours, clergymen,lawyers, physicians,journalists -

grantee combined contain phosphate, their practical discussion on small "That's just what I thought,"repliedS steam being passed in the whole time and representatives of all the com'

nitrogen, lime and carbon just the material it was said that the strawberry is the -; "and so I will borrow it of you I" so as to keep the mass on a co nntani mercial interests the country; Itaume -

1 for eggs. Green food may be furnished most discriminating of all fruit plantsof It is told of the same student that boil. When this operation is over U: bers among its members men whose hair .

.in the shape of chopped cabbage, common culture in regard. to composition he once returned to college from the acid liquid is run off, neutralized with is grey, as well as undergraduatesre and

early rye,finely cut clover,steeped onions and texture of,soil., It must lie Christmas holidays, a week after the chalk, and fermented in a school boys, and it emphatically dfccour .

and .boiled turnips., carrots and beginning of the term. The president of 21o-?) C. The ligneous residue I in ages all tendencies to the"prof donal"

toes ,The.secret 4s to change the f pulverizeod fer being strict in noting absences of this the vats is washed and dried and workedup practices which are such an objectionable

as often as can be conveniently done, as tilizers. kind, Ssoon found himself in t"awfud' he for paper. feature in many large organization

virtue in presence/' to give an accountof A of this character.. has tw
there is more variety than in A Colorado ranchman has sold 184 himself. technical journal gives a simplereceipt I i New York

quantity. Feed early in the morning and head of cattle for $ 145. averaging four for preserving silver and plated prosperous clubs, and in its immediate:
late at night, and when the fowls beginto cents to live cents 'per pound gross after"Mr.the-term,why did you remain at home articles from turning black, as they invariably vicinity are several others. Fhiladel-! .

get too fat it shows that the food is weight. He avers that the only expense lent. opened?demanded the will if not kept constantly I in phial with her abundant and beautiful -'

,too carbonaceous, and corn should then they bad been to him was the cost pres use. The same plan could with advantage water-ways, should surely be able to,?:.
"Well sir the fact
be,omitted. When once the hens begin of branding and is, I was having be applied, we should think to muster enough amateur sailors to maa''
gathering averaging any
to lay they will not then fatten too $1 per head per year of the, animals' such want a to jolly leave.time" there, that I did not metal subject to change or rust from a considerable fleet of these seaworthy,,,*

.. .much,as the eggs cause a heavy demand lives. They were( high-grade Shorthorns, "Well .wellfr. : the action of the atmosphere. Plain and serviceable little craft. %
for food. During testing spell however SI want you I to collodion that
a and brought more than the ordinary is, not photographic .I:
understand sir
that we don't to I ,
with heavy feeding, they soon become price for wild steers. come ceu an-is dented with twice
its '' &
college to have a jolly time I" When a teacher asked what people, '
_ too at. At all times however bulk of spirits of wine
*' Every one interested in and
tt 'w..a;.' "" potatoes shouldtry "That's just what.I, Wee thinking applied,to I live the longest, a little boy at the foot
.. they should have: ea ...... I the surface of the metal
on a small scale new with
..'.. -, varieties, till eir.'I brush. The spirit soon a soft of the class promptly spoke up: MB"H[
.. evaporates, nun's giants." **


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-% j Mother-father
.. ", ', ,1-.'" '." ::" _t .1= I .plan,'more'pretentious and 'more comfortaMelban -' I education;'but 'WSaid'ati alongthat I i 1" he'said, "I,cannot -
: 'rt., : F'J-:: ,.: 'ar0,th'7-goae..those.dear, :dead. others"* "t : go; for I know'you have forgiven
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""i- -. WhoM ghosts RO floating to and fro path among the abort grass,and -u\ter- the academy-and by' and by we fitted was
&fo1 Whea-evening leach 1ii through her maze? kneeling with his. head ,on'. his. :mother's
."to the muffled wails of a wm.E' -' ,Where are they none? Ah I ,who can tell?, ,cups. to.r"the porchere.a:bitter-sweet; them'' off for college.\ Bright, smart knee. "

',\tieear. .. Who.,.weav? pace mare that. IOQg.paued. !i I twined'' its strong. arms. ,In a"corner, boys,;;'they. were:-everybody said my "After long years, mother," said he,
:. ..... ... swallowedscion 4l v J13Tbey / ) i:I "
l ,.with a goatee and did exist when we were yoanr.' with a' book on the seat, and,a' cane a little wild., ''I think mother gers. "I am but twenty-eight"years- old
? We met our life with strengh and trust, t' "
''"'. r.1I"I' 1. j/euiered the gates:.and 'rep We deemed all things were pure and just,. I I I lying across it-a gnarled, twisted stick there loved him'''better for :that He but sorrows for my early faults have

-:i ; : in in'insinuating manner: Nor knew life had a double tongue.WelirttlysanjfahappysoBg, of hickory that Faxon_looked twice at.The .. was more trouble, and she clung to him brought' some gray hairs about my

;'.: '.bow:you ,pass' 'the. scientific Nor dreamed our way1 could e'er bet book he saw was a Bible. closer:because others blamed at times. head."

( "i'1 J'.r'.. wrong. There, \\'USan, old.1,lady, with a sweet Annie, his sister, was always a plead in', I And you are not Mr. Faxon,. after

:;' ti wr*wedonot," aaidtheshowt And then all changed; as life went by. faded face, and,snowy cap-strings tied too, for Roc. He played truant, and he I all,Roc ?" said the father, With 'puzzled '

.:; ..1.. '1t": -"'!' "' The friend deceiyed.- bitter death ::1 under her double chin, knitting at a whipped the boys who told on him he smile.
,i""I"i.\! .! ( .. 5t :f Smiled as he drank our dear one's breath, ; "Yes, I am dear father Five
but his ,
not the window near bY; quiet step had : years
;.<":::. 'Jiot the savans, pio- And would not also let us die. was always putting .his bones in peril,
i)r. to the great-march of_ ,the mind Day: followed day: as on they went not disturbed her. and twice half drowned-yet hi spite of ago I had the fortune to gain the good .
Each took some gift that life had sent. He had his hand to the knocker will of one of the wealthiest American
': .i hit &bnd_.of:the infinite be- put ; all be was ready for college when

} r$returned, the Professor,.with :Yet- it,was ours that perfect past! 'I I I he took it down again as he caught sightof Selwyn was, though Selwyn was steadyas shipping merchants then in London. He
""' ':' ,- We did have days that knew notpalO. :this placid face. lie stood there clock. Mother gaye me a good position, and I decidedto
\ ,r. .We once had friends death had notta'en; a and I had beenserapin'
M Wl iwl4 not deceive' you," sarcasti'y And flowers and songs that could not 1 ast 'I quite still for several minutes. A gray together for years, and at last return home with him, and ,served

: |j > PUed the proprietor of the 'only When Were ours earth in that most blessed time cat came and rubbed against his leg, we fitted them off. faithfully in his employ until just be-
i seemed heaven's enchanted
fore his death
[ Mder., & 'we pass nothing,but the clime.. i .. Some.. apple-blossoms floating down, "We went on dcnyin' of ourselves, when, having formed an

fl;1t D the fretful porcupines mean And 10 I think- when lights f burn low touched his cheek. for it was just the one hope of our lives engagement with his only daughter, he

rfj fees;' 'Ton cant see the:'ostridges And all the house is fast asleep I At length the gentle lips moved. to have the boys graduate with all the gave his consent to our marriage with

and From out a silence vast and deep "Father said the mild old ;iady honors the proviso that I would take his name,
(! ;Bile days we worshiped and
.. : !" the I "you had tetter lie down >and take a the failed carry on his interests exactly as they
-t'ji"Mr me; 'dear' me sighed Breathe on us from their hidden store I. crops and there came disappointment :-

,". ftr.r.iiIt'V i, .; "' .:; 4I".itVelv. :" "'To think that: Their\long-lost,-peace' ,their, faith .once mot." here, and disappointmentthere had been. To this I consented, for In

For of cosmographicconchology more. I "Such old people, and I have come to and failure to get together the spite of my settled habits and ideas, I

?: thoold be denied admittance to a third- God keep those dear old times; ab me! take their) home away," said Mr. money the boys' sent for-especially felt an alien and alone ; but, mother, I
: Beyond our vision they may:rest' have a good wife and the best of
I.F Has the skamgatibus been Faxon. Roc-we' the farm
t Till on some perfect day: and blest mortgaged for five

,... te4 .. Once more those dear dead days will be; There ,was a strong pain in his dark hundred dollars. little fellow two years old, named Derby.
Y"t .'k For death.why took all restore. Does that please ?"
=which?" asked the tiger may face now be stood down at "They
1f The put we loved to us once more. as looking were nearly through, you see, Ah
'}$', :. the porch floor. an' mother and Annie thought that loving old womanIs

:i ."The Bkamgatibus. You've got one, After a moment he .stepped off the Sehvyn might be principal of the acad- not pleased with her .grandchild' ?

ii sVtjou'?." :s After Long Years. porch on'the:further side,.and walked emy or something, when he came home, Soon the house was graced by the presence

Y3Efi\- >*Yas'd I>believe we>re a small fe- -' away under the apple trees. an' Roc would be a lawyer, 'cause he of Violet Faxon and the loving
L "
i ieomewhere i ,:;;' said the grizzly's "Whatisthb, Burt? When Mr. Faxon.came back'from his could argue and speak so, smart in pub-. boy,whom grandfather could not praise
"This is the mortgage of an estate and
.t x w x ;"doUbttully. called brief, stroll his presence,- as he crossed lic, and the money would be paid back enough, grandmother ceuld not
4> the Derby Place, Mr. Faxon I fondle enough ; yet it was sweeter
never first-class collection the I per-
: W|f'fejfl knew a yard, was observed. easy.
}:i:;;lo'hkve lees than two paler,", "Well .what
,its I'\e been looking for voice
contemptuo sfy.' How*'do"foaradnnrthSBtiAidthis come to the open ,door and taken' up rumors I didn't like, as to how Roscoe whisper:
I will take charge of the and attend "I like wife
papers do
<;old weather, the hickory stick, turned, back'hastily was up to his old wild ways again, and your you know,
to the matter Down east I think she is
soon. much "
like Annie
very ?
1- with a few,hurried words and the at last it came like thunderboltRocwas
'Jt.: ih f" .. -..- 1" ,, aged
.. isn't it
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!: !;t ,fl?"''. 'asked'the XapoleonSunosities "Yes' sir." ', :. women dropped her'knitting and rose suspended and had run away to The Fatal Number Thirteen.
= ;oWtI."" Qf ;, what's. j'' .-Faxon' ?.. up, with a paleness dropping over her foreign parts. Well, I pass over that, I| ti
.J. put"the into the English
I' papers papers an
;i1 fi: nY Soma new kind of bird you '. sir; I tried not to be too hard on the amusing story
: M breastpocket; of his coat, came down face.But of a well-known banker of :
Liege Bel
1tfimean\ ostri--? 'A while Mr Faxon hesitated on boy. Then Selwyn came home. lIe
.. u Au OM the office stairs, ano..stepped into the gium. A short time he little
;;- Darwin a noth- glittering, purple-lined. phaeton, beside I Sad startled' ''faces- both had but He didn't dinner party"to which ten guests had
y n of, ; ostridges are his wife. : they complain, but he was thin
: bidden
besides himself and wife
:'t.. .f;Pve shot more ostridges with quail they were civil. Their greeting was and pale, an' soon mother an' I saw ,
delicate Arabian, Mrs. Faxon'shorse making twelve in all.
"IIan'OU'vO 1 got hairs on your head kindly, as to a friend. that the son we had meant to rely on They were just
sped away out of the about to sit down
city confines when in .
dropped a
3 dto'tactuallr'mean, a tosit there and "My name is Faxon," said the' vis- was an invalid upon our hands. The
'i... and soon tossed his jetty mane friend from the antipodes and invited
; X --.10u: haven't got a single ;,azijrnthto'your itor; -" ,.. thought struck me dumb. But mother
along the open ,roads lined with himself to dinner thus
& : gar- making the fatal
r: back;; ?" "We know who you be,sir," said the was all energy. We traveled here with .
: dens, ornate cottages and villas. number thirteen. The banker
? kDa&t believe Ihave,". admitted the old'man; "wee know who you' be, him, we traveled there. We saw all to prevent
"Going to-morrow dear?" Ill-luck rushed down stairs
to his
'r.or breeder,mortified; "what are though we have never seen you before. the noted doctors east and west. We
asked Mrs. Faxon, suddenly lifting her office, found the cashier just about to
t Xidlis.lfb t"" Will you come In ?" '_, borrowed more money on the place, and
fair countenance, as she interrupted her leave for the him
'f Qb,' they're of the order Spinalie Mr. Faxon stepped across the whitehall we never paid any back. I had made evening,' dragged up
husband. "You seem to be all the stairs, fitted him with dress coat
f" iotla;'abq.ut eight feet high FurY away floor into the quaint, cool and com- one or two payments at first, but they a and
time lately Take lead him
me with ?
triumphantly the
tfr Y off inpe spring, you w-the you fortable sitting room. were but a drop in the bucket. At last
"Not time VioIet.JI'
this ? ing-room amid the of the
1'; I mean. I' suppose The rough blue paper, like chintz, we brought Selwyn home to die." i re-
And Violet Faxon' Husband fell intoa lieved guests three of whom
{t yOU'fe: ions:, of'' those rectaugulaAfrietoflipgoohlies .' on the wall, some "honesty" and dried "Don't Daniel," said the mother, ,
? fit of
abstraction, 'from which the that they would not sit down to the best
f that reached, New: grasses in opaque white vaSes upon the softly. .
1 smartest chatter failed to dinner
arouse him. ever served if therewere thirteenat
f. : 'YOltihe other day?" high, narrow mantel-piece, unconsciously "He wants to hear the rest. There's _
They came at last to the Faxon man the table. At that moment the bell
:, j"S&j'I'm darned:: : If I did," said the struck his eye while he took only a little more, but it's no better.
sion, grand and simple and fulfilling rang, and a note was brought for of
1 one
maeOMitated showman. "Here, I've his seat, his mind occupied with other Annie was like Selwyn-good and
the promise of a beautiful interior. the guests whose wife had
It: laakeeping.an agent in New York onsbignlarytolookout thoughts. patient; delicate like, too. We didn't suddenly
Amid the white lace and crimson silk fallen ill, and who
was un-
for attractions, "We've been long expectin' you, mind it at first, but her cheeks grew
of her chamber, Violet: was brushingout able to remain. Thirteen I,Gloom
\yied'heNdoesa't 'catch on to the firsts sir," said the old lady. thin, an' too red; a cough she had from :again
her long' fair hair.when' her husband and despair and the cashier
'!iit .Mimed_ Spends all our money on Her hands, clasped on her spotless 'childhood grew harder, an' though the ; finding
paused in the doorway, and lookedat himself the Jonah ,of the evening vol-
t ..i i..1IIeIIBIJ.baDd panthers and kangaroos gingham apron upon her lap, trembleda best doctors we could get cane early ,
her sharply. Then he .came slowly unteered to depart. The banker
Jf') ,':,with the rheumatics.-, .bounce him little, but the serenity of her manner and late, it was only a year after Sel- saw
across the room, and lifting the oval him down stairs, and was expressing
i1.: bi wW" was not much changed. wyn died before we laid Annie down
5 face In his hand, looked 'Closely. at-the, regrets, when joy I-: the family doctor
: Haven't .L But the old man's in the Thank sir for
even got a flipgoohly, eh? eyes swam among snows. ye, "
roseate cheek pearly ear and, heaved in sight. Him the host
curved ,
4i-iI t6e scientist, in a tone of great tears. He rested both hands on the your pity. Mother an' I have shed ,
eyelashes. and, happy in' being able to offer
amply.: "u.AridI liotffdn't be surprised if hickory stick between his knees, as he most of our tears." the

r'1 d dih't have a. golden-crested cuspi- "What is it ?" asked Violet ; ,a sat in a corner, and bending his forehead Mr. Faxon put his cambric handker- hospitalities ,.of his "table to )his kind-

;:fte la'poet whole show.;: freckle?" upon them, partially hid his face. chief back into his pocket. hearted and,J''sorely-tried employe, the

;a\;! ,rN&her,;I"have; neither I. have," "No," he answered, smiling'faintly, "Yes I yes I but it comes sort o' sudden "Your other son, Roscoe, Mr. Derby three returned to the drawing-room. .
and looking across the chamber. "You Dinner was ordered to be
j JnfHril| looked like my sister then-that was the table,'but,just as all was ready the
Xever. It's nigh to eight ,
a tone of'great bitterness. Mr; Faxon sat hi speechless sympa on years
ia. all." hostess, who was in delicate health and
"g'poeeyou since"e have seen Roc. He knew he ,
just step in sir and 'lbok
#; !, mebbe there's something, else "Your sister, dear ? You never told thy.After a little pause, old Mr. Derby disappointed us; but that was nothin', who had been unduly excited by all," the

f! CIOtIJ4 JHJ. -" me about her." looked up and met his eyes. was it, mother?" untoward events, fainted dead :away,

+o, I guess not," said the. tall "No," he answeredandsaid no more. "Of, course it's all right, sir. We "I never think of it," said Mrs. and had to be put to bed. Thirteen

- ".It would Mr. Faxon bore no resemblance to his don't question your right to the place ; Derby, shaking her head. "PerhapsI again I This time there was nothing

""'l ',-io,much valuable hardly. nttime delicate patrician wife. A little'less but we've been sort of unfortunate. I don't know-we took the wrong course for the cashier but to go and dine with

!'>leeth:claas show like this. Not than thirty-dark, strongly builtactive, think so-don't you, mother?" with Roc. He was restless and active. what appetite he might at the nearest

4 lrellfrtiiitmuth, eh' I should'think vigorous, he impressed one as a strong The old lady lay back among the He was wild, but he was lovin'" restaurant.

i you'dbeafrsid of being actually:mobbed I character. If, with a remarkable rich cushions of the dimity-covered chair. Her voice broke. Beginning to Squeeze.

\: I'm" sorry for' I comliness of countenance, there.., were She had a look of physical weakness "Mr. Derby," said Mr. Faxon, "I Two -
__ you, 'my I or years ago a Jersey City
;to for some sensual lines, there was also a Mr. Faxon had not noticed before. She find I know something of your story
yp4jmsn j ,; sorry you. I've no pension lawyer took the case of widow
';:"". ?y! :ormean'yell, but-not'a soli'Great certain evidence of strong, good sense, did not speak., already. Your son, Roscoe Derby,' who who wanted about $2000 back and,

;' 'itp U8 P' Scott!" ; and a look of deep experiences.J Mr. Her husband looked at, her atten- ran away at nineteen years of age, is the paperS went' to Washington pay to, be

-"t.."" H .. Faxon looked like a man who carriedweight tively. A sudden flush went over his probably living ; and it may come in my hidden the
among cobwebs until some
P thin face. to obtain information of him
\ (. way some had '
: nothing else to do but.examine
rtJ Wtd. 's ." .. lie was up and away at daybreak the "It's not for myself, I care-it's for you." them. After three months had-

Cilings.S1to her I" he cried his violently The old had risen from their
i rr' next day. An early train bore himeastward striking cane people
:l'.! passed a young farmer called to ask
'!;t' ,." 'J'I.' :! and nine o'clock found him on the floor. "She helped to seats, and he went on quickly : about the case, and regularly

t nswtmanpmiles.from Bos- landed at a litte station called Seabrook. earn this place when she was young. "Meantime, be at no inconvenience every
ninety days since that time he has drop-
'I stepped into a neighbor's The dismal little building'was' seta in There was no kind of work but what regarding your stay here in your old led in with his : Well
e'he. them hands see ]lyin' so in home. Your right to it is unquestioned any news
.55 saw the head of the field' of clover, around which a road you weary occupy for the Widder Jennings ?" At his last

} : Ting ,upon. ,his back on, theY wound away among mounds of verdure. her lap, sir, was put to. She was up in my mind, and let me say visit the other day the lawyer

: \1 his wife standing over him, After a glance around, Mr. Faxon early and late, always a doin' fur me you will never during your lifetimes be after the same stereotyped fashion replied and

5f? .,:JIIf:1bOngtt, with a threatening air.raboutto took this road,and walked slowly along. and the children. God never made a required to go hence. ,There is the added : "Do you live near the widow ?"

, .tt withdraw, when the The robins hopped across it; the l>ob li o better wife and mother. And now, sir, mortgage,"-he placed some papers on "Only one farm between And

:f 9-6:1 'Ii& man-shouted : "Come along links sang in the trees over it. The un it's hard that she should be turned out the table-.*Derby place is your own." she has told us. :
'you .to watch Mr1 the
f:+!retere; she is.only chalking me out assuming white clover among the grass of her house in her old age." He rose, putting them gently back as money"?" "Well, not that
......?.. J; _Gf. lnta." perfumed the cool morning air. "Hush, hush, Daniel I" said the old they pressed toward him, trying to express but I've kinder taken it upon myself to,

fii{ ';J,.!:.;...:;,''Pattitigton: and the judge : lie passed only a few houses, but he lady, softly. "The Lord will provide, their gratitude. do-so. If 'the Widder Jennings gets

war. s- ,7 the Judge- reprobates?". observed them attentively. They were and it's not long we have to stay in the "No-no thanks I Believe me, you I that 12000 before the 1st of April, my

'' :SZPattington, as she walked all old.and humble farm houses. Apparently world, you know." owe me nothing-nothing." heart is going to yearn to marry her. If

)7 of a judge of probate. "I this property, which had 'by "Will you tell me the history of the He took his hat. The old man, who she don't git it I'm going to marry an

,:;' : ';probate, was the reply. the foreclosure of a mortgage fallen to place, Mr. Derby?" asked Mr. Faxon. was voiceless, wrung his hands. Mr. old maid with twenty-one acres of land

:,i., F11at's 1tz.J expect,?' quoth the Mr. Faxon, was not situated In a very "How you came to lose it?" Faxon turned to MI'& Derby, and takingher and a yoke of oxen. I wouldn't have

'- ; : .:fi Tou, aee,, my father died rich or enterprising h hborhood. "Ik was mortgaged, sir," said thee soft, wrinkled fingers hi his strong come in to-day, but the widder she's a

., 1 ..>tie: left aeveral.little lnfiI When'he had walked nearly a mile b old man, at last, "to pay the boys' palm; bent low and kissed them. Then winking and the:'old maid i..looking

,. tt ; 'Wtut;'yr.to be. their'. execu-. came to a green door-yard, among widespread college bffls. You see, we had three he turned to the door, but In a momenthe party as a bed of onions; and things is
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disappointment to shippers
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)I .._ Having ample and splendid a commo- AUfreight mat be at RocUedgt (Wilkin 1;<
:: r-i' r. datianos for Ptt4reagers and Freight, and
.1 .- "L HKADH AITeR a nugedexpready for the, Mall er- son's wharf) Mondays and Friday Special attention paid to Order and Correspondence efjsv'fcernlngr ,

.. Joe. H. Smith n. P. Wilkinson *'.
.Jceuel KaTlgaU of this, bean Captain, Good "' '.'.
tif1a1 BITer, will commence making her & Co., Agents. Feb lit 6m40 S'.

,-'STORE ,renlar trips era b from the fir* to the *% l

,. t. ffltadk December, 1882,between' J. M. Dixon Great Inducements are offered to DealersA'V '
# Tttitvffleand Lake Worth! .
,'TITU8V1LLE ;: \ FLORIDA.fl TXTUSVILLE, : : FLORIDA. Hotel and Housekeepers. C
'-' (Ibnchlng at all Intermediate Landings), '.".
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; : ',.- on each and alternate.,fay / the Medicines i ,
... ..''. watt.The erery Drugs, Chemicals, We keep everything imaginable in the line of goods mentioned abort: q'

-0-- FaaOJ"and Toilet Articles. Jgpln ordering describe'your wants, limit cost of goods and you mill t
'. CINDERELLA I* probably the
Pertery Dye-Ms Faints Oils
most perfectly safe Boat afloat She hasthree what you order. '

'; .- y separate and distinct Hulls, each a Varnishes ,&almost'everything *,-*"

,. kept by a first-class WALTON WHANN & CO. '
- ,'. perfect water-tight compartment itae .. Drug House. ,
*Oida tad Most pliable Place of She has aim all the modern appliances Any drug, medicine or instrument '!s;' ,
and improvement of steam engineering needed by customers
.. v.: &e.,ac: and not on hand, will be ordered. PLOW IIItAND :"

:. ffftillBAa K9PreseriptIon8 carefully compounded *.*;%.
n1UIER.D"P'CHESS night or day with accuracy and dispatch :
'. > it: will by competent persons. ,Iy36 Orange Tree and Vegetable Manure

:- on Indian_ Kirer, Dealing in Nearly completed, make Regular "
Connection! with the CENPERELLLA, $:

between W. I. MOORE, PREPARED EXPRESSLY for the use of the trait and vegetable growers of"

Florida. It will produce a heavy, but sound and healthy growth on .,
Tftttsville and growing
General MerchandiseNone Smyrna. General Commission erst
Merchant, ;and will supply hearing trees with the food needed for heavy crops of fruit. ., ",'

Further particulars in future Advertise I AND DEALER IN IT WILL GIVE nursery stock and vegetables a luxuriant growth and 1 la' t".: ,
I latter tends to give good size and and
; ment. quality early maturity. <
but .ict> >*<&. goods are :iJ. tIT


I8-The undersigned desires it to be distinctly Groceries and ,':'

bought and sold at this Stand. understood that this line is "not WALTON, WHANN & CO., .i
for a day, but for all time to come" ..<#
that it is put upon this Route and River Family Supplies. Wilmington, Del. ::.:f:

as a permanancy, Summer and Winter; Ail Captain McLean of the loop UAgn i' tlJbr/rlfHuacl:of the ./}

.- ----o=- and he respectfully asks the countenanceand .. ..,.
encouragment of the people to sustain Titusville. : : Florida. :\ :

him in his enterprise and venture, November 10th 1880. tf 41 PLOW BRAND. ::
promising on his part to do all that lies

Remember A,Dollar will boy exactly m his power to make it mutually advantageous ONE MAN'S CASH AS GOOD AS JNO. ANDERSON, of Ormond.Agent for East and South Florida.

,. to all parties concerned.22tf ANOTHER'S .


5OOt1 Only! 50 Cts. Only! 50 C Only! Southern Music House R'cc .

.Established In 18'" Only House In America 18 _
Selllnir.. ---
Elegant Pew and Pocket Bible <

9O Cents Only! ;:' ',, .,

Address orders toY ,. .
This -- --- -- '.
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Bible for the made. It
money ever contains ''' ,
The Headquarters Store, '"I

/ both the Old and New Testament < ;
Titaaville, Fla. translated out of the original tongues "
: "

Opened for the Season. with compared all the former and revised.translations diligently Pianos & OrgansOn : -j ;I'

IAA man who is interested: in his own the One Price System.

welfare will be It has a beautiful cloth cover, handsomely MANUFACTURERS OP *
: pleased to know that One Uniform Price tOll, M That Tie !

ANDREW GIBSON lettered in gold on side and also Lowest Known. Axes Hatchets Picks '

the finest on back red and The usual system of selling Pianos and
Keeps oysters to be. found in edges printed in clear Organs is for tbe dealer. to charge ,

.. TlfasTllle price he can get for them without regard any AND OTHER EXTRA:! QUALITY ":
type containing altogether one thousand :
to either a fair profit or the customers* TOOLS FOR ,.
AHD SERVED V 8TTUE TO SUIT PATRONS hundred and in terest. But we are proud to say that FARMS AND PLANTATIONS.
one thirty four
pages. this has never been our method of Also FINE
-O-- For the benefit of purchasers and STEEL AND CHEAPER PLOWS

Plain and Fancy bake made to order. Bibles no better are sold for. twice and secure them the full value of their money to Of all rises and prices from $5 to $30. Also, Plowing lIA1'Mn. '

Babe, ,Bread we established at tbe outset of our bust Farmers will '.'
alvcayt on hand. even three times the ask receive valuable Information '"
money we for ness, twelve years since by writing the catalogue, Ao. "f.'
: makers
Also a first-class Barber shop attached. The One Price : ,;:
this little gem. COLLINS & CO., 212 Water St., New York. ,'r;
to this we attribute our Immense and :
LUMBER "A gift/or Stmda/-&Jwollttuh- prosperous trade. Selling on this square .

en_and tcholan and one sure to be prized.Erongdi.&t. ." basis, renders it imperative that the price PURGATIVE
Will be furnished Order -
to short notice
on be the lowest that
very one can be given.
I at $18.00 per thousand.LUMIEA We are pledged to this. We always have PARSON: IL S'Aa'wtU
done, and will
"The wonder it how always will do it. It's
ft SHINGLES anything to beautifulcan our creed and our practice. No other piano

.. '. be got vp to cheap1-Obtemr. and organ house deals on this princi ". !... ,elu.I'"..Iood,.'..witty..a la*,"nestle.Aa
r"E4CBK10HTOX. ONE...TO_TWJLV.W: ... .... 1.wlm.d M T pe""W Ml&ll,,lt n*.will. tak.0 1 PU.... I'
Always on band. ple.Our ...
. If you want a Bible now is the time to i iI I prices in plain figures are placedon N-,'J'....'or_-..ta."'..... 1In'In....pla,.Pllnieiu...-L"J t.f.J'A ..e..I. ., ,

. C. MAGRUDER. & CO. send for.it One copy of the "greatest of every Instrument. A child can boy as .-,
low as the. sharpest trader. All other

NORWOOD'SFast all books" sent postpaid to any addresson counts.house"have "High prices and give dis The Florida Star Printing Office. .

receipt of 50 cents Only. Address, .
The "One Price"
system saves time it t
Hack Line UKITKD STATES PUBUSHDTQ Co., trading and is the only satisfactory way ALL KINDS OFMERCH.A.NTILE .:,;.
to buyer and seller; for on the high price ,
49 North Ninth Street
and discount
j system even though the PRINTING
22 ly Philadelphia, Pa. customer buys, he is not sure that he has ,
,The Cheapest and Host Direct bottom prices. Furnished at Short Notice.

ROUTE Valuable PropertyFor Advice to Piano and Organ Buyers

Sale I Buy quick. Why?Because an advance ,a It1 1'7 7 eP".agpl>tiorIIrltsemsoszrwato.: .,
a s -
ToTltsMTlIleand Indian River. in price is almost certain. Pianos and or )1Uuwuua...au. &001. Ittjuk and Mllci .
Thirty acres of land in the Point pu.1J NU tut ao aa.taa ..w-baa; aud OeUvc-Coupltr OMA1Lwhich
CARRYING THE U. 8. MAIL. City Sans are on a boom. The demand exceeds suM0.Plpeura.a.asaa .
Hammock. Splendid new galvanizedWire tbe supply. All the factories a e1 10 ... u MDt FREE with mil particular
I around behind orders. Dealers with cash in 1M r VISITORS ARE ALWAYS WELCOME.
Fence twelve acres. Five hand cannot Instruments a/Aa.a e..a rr D.&KIEL .... _..._.......... ..___
get as fast as B&-rY. .
ONE trip DAILY between the ST.JOHKS Hundred young and healthy Orange trees t..AUIo.. U.1 a n..l.ucca___ v._._WlUenal__oHL> ana. .tauuiadvancing. are ----------- -- -.----

and IXDIAK RIVERS. Forty bearing trees. Beautiful River The present low prices of PI- CONSUMPTION I L. j. PARLI E.
''Leaves Enterprise KYEKT anos and Organs cannot continue and will
Morning. arriving Front. Six acres as fine cane and banana
TItnsvUle the SAME day.Returning land as there is in the state. Adjoiningthe i who not again buy now rule in will the save next ten money.years.Those Large Positively Cured.All WINE AND SAMPLE ROOMS
Land of the Hon. Wm.. H. Sharpe. :'will contracts just made with Manufacturers ous to be cured from should this try diaease Dr.Klssners that are Celebrated anx.- AT THE

.Leaves Titusville EVERT morning, arriving Here is a good opportunity for ant one until enable January us let to guarantee 1882. After present that prices we are the Consumption only preparation powders.known These that will powders cure LUND PACKING HOUSE.

at Enterprise ,In the evening. desiring to make a good investment, as can promise nothing. Delays are danger and Consumption Lungs-Indeed,and all,so dlaeaoea of the Throat .
strong la
.Address the place must be sold. Titles perfect. ous. Magnificent stock now on hand. them and alllO to convince you that our they faith are In TItusvllle, 'Florida. :
Parties Seven Grand Makers. Over 200 different no humbug we will forward to every sufferer
.W. S. Norwood, intending to purchase can make styles now in our warerooms. Elegant by mail post paid a Free Trial Box. FIRST-CLASS
enquiries of Dr. G. W.,Holmes or Hon. Pianos 8200. Beautiful We dout want your money until you are BAR, ,
Organs S50. perfectly satisfied ot their curative
TITTJ9VILLE, FLORIDA. W. H. Sharpe. For terms and further Easiest installment Terms. Sent on trial. your Ute Is worth BaTIng,dou"t delay powers.in giving If Choice> <
.I these powders a trial, LiQuol1 Wines ail tars
Every inducement that as they will surely cure
particulars address A. P. Perham .Quit- any Price for ,
large box.SiOO.
House can offer. 1to.oo. or 4 Boxes for '
C. J. HECTOR Ga. R. C. Competition with the Sent to any part of the United States tf 'Beer "
man Perham
or City Point Fla. world. Don't fail to send for our Catalogues Canada by mail on receipt of rlee. Address or always" on draugbt.8
or confer with Captain Peter Wright of: and fall Price Lists, 1882.Address ASH ft ROBBIS: -
4"ly goo Aa. wutd M
Hardware the fast sailing sloop "Mist" who will Men & Bates' street Brooklyn X.Y. NAVAL A ::r.1.aen BATTl ,
and ,
Sonttera'Music House )ia aWg. p PlClona& oftIN rw Sea.... ::
tarry parties to see the property. FITS EPILEPSY ..GigsCaat.C U.So If. Addtna
I GA. ..Hutodrij**. .
The Great VhoUale Piano
DBS. WALTER'S MOUNTAIN PARK. & Organ. Depot Or esEvhAxrtcrir. '
the South Falling Sickness
General Produce of 'II 8UuTIru& fUll'.AL titfIO'U :
Weroersville Near ...._tu.rwaQ .
( Reading), Pa Permanently cured-So i a t.
JJumbugBy one .. .... ....
aD wk
An Institution or FOR SALE fallible Month's Fit naage Powders.of Dr.Goulard's To convince Celebrated In .. ....... ....

MERCHANT, THE A flat-bottomed that these powders will do all we claim sufferers rali&-slaliael-
NUTRITIVE CURE. boat, sloop"rigged. them we will send them by mall POet paid for, -
For Jung stomach sad Twenty-three feet long, with comfortable Free Trial box. As Dr. Goulard Is the a 1fo .
Florida. diseases of debility a Physician that has ever made this only PATENT, NO PAY. ;
-Nov 10th 1890. rt 47' has no equaL.Send for pamphlet 75 pages cabin, and new sails. Good breadthof .peeW.tudy.and as to our knowledge disease thou a PAT Obtained for Mechanical de-
15 cents. Circulars free. Address as abOve beam insuring good sands of hare been permanently cored by the LOTS vlt'e.,Compounds.Design
carrying capacity ale these Powders will and
we Labels.
.49 4t ROBT. WALTER M. D. guarantee a preliminary examination
I Boat is perfectly tight and sails well.- all permanent rare In every case or refund yon aa to patentability of invention, free. our
money expended. All "Guide for
should obtaining Patents" Is sent
1 Ail -1'1I& Sill t CIIaAN8T.- Also a good mule, of small size, that will I give vinced these of their powders an early tilal and be con- everywhere. Address-LOUIS BAGG B*njf C..... ..

rre THRESHERS work anywhere. I For further.particulars Price for large curative box tioo powers or 4 boxes for 10.00 Solicitors of Patents,Washington D.C.KBUIBIIB&.
J jgflkissO address B Sent by mail to any part of the U.S.or Canada
\ : C'KIdW.... ) ... SrutOmcEj on.receipt ot price or .C.O.D. ( ,
....... ___. a.iaslsi'ti m. 47 2m Titnsvffle, Fla. Addre.ASH*&SE5r _
: Olj 360 Fulton street
Brooklyn X.Y. .
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,'." ... -.-. '. 1-.';' ed. .. .".".-: ; I : 'eod"a'4, iO .t''R. tf\= de ("ons.. la mom_ recent days some exMaptkmhas I I the importers. In the opinion, he said:

t..,. ,' ; i"t1.. t ,:,.....,;"i:' ttt:1. ; potatos.- ;Iai.> t. eid .rlU itW- t, i3'- A. 1dCbTrzattPATm been panted for his relief and that of I I.". 1. Payment of duties when mad to
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1' ', '"I 1' his farngy and that ii the only imttartibn obtain clearances acid .which
l ,1! ,aoclamn, .. .wifL... -Bsrssvra'a COVKRJXO papers are
.JIM-. ,' that -the Forbidden'ground. i oVEDrii.-A 'opon his creditors" t: I I refused to the importers, so that the
':; !' .'1&.1," ., pnIIIUlIIIUD'I.. 'that is.bl.. sftis; folly to investigate the I ,for a"gong prow"was reissued' ;to VOLUNTARY PAYMENT OF T.ADS-j: I I goods may be taken out, is not a,voluntary -

,fJ.t._4_.. ,...1..1',.1 t 'f ... fe4-* : the inventor,:and.in application for thefieissue PBOTKST" tf (p"l tocpvzB. -' payment, and if the,dates :are excessive

; ... ",{ 'Tr- m1.7he peo-. ;Pork avid. beans--Should Abe' there was included certain improvements Taxes on taXbt of;landlevied 1 JJLjt for I I or illegal, and due .protest and

i-": day.....}l'..ft11 I lb. .Congress grease, beans and brown sugar.. Stomach made after the original city purpoeeehe not'eep jSaidTand as'I appeal have been madman action ,cadbe

'_> enrr'K: l emPt11u in rebellion'forihree hours after. patent was issued. In a bill in equity no goods could tiff found judgment wasrwxmredagain4th i I brought,to recover. the overpaymentor
r 16 the miringement'' of the reissued ,owner, so that a the money illegally 'exacted. 2.
1.4 <'" ibei' "W -a.barber. And ,Mince pies-Chopped meat and enjoin I I
> 'e Fur t.and lien could be placed the land itself. When, after the delivery of the goods;
-A,' b cum in the,shop for preserved in: brown sugar.. Slice, 'patent-Newton': vs. ."* -r *upon? J ,t 4 f- *

aDd he handed pwmrber, cheese hard as .iron, which has I Bradley Manufacturing Company-filed The city threa>ttgned to levy on the land, the Government wee for the dnties,

:,. ....'filed; Court and the taxes were paid but under' the importers may defend and show
C was"wrote 'on like this I that piece of pie's faithful c ,1Ji the United States Circuit I protest
A6 i the defense and when it was discovered .subse that they are illegal. 3. When duties
."'o.. .i'Ht\ !JDfI sir-Tallerclorielath for a week., Northern District of I
oil tonnick rector Hot rolls Suggest through excess was made that the reissued patent quently that the taxes had been dis- which are illegal or excessive, are paid
: :: y'bllm.beeswhacks,. ; ker- saleratus the eating of a bar of, ivaa'.void, as it was for a different"" invention !([charged in another way suit was brought I II without any compulsion on.the part of

;. 1.l face Cole : from that described in the original I against the city to recover, the plaintiff the revenue officers the payment ia
?: ad :;tar., my
-'c' : powder, bar, fat,' sof" Tea Slops. Solution of tannin, patent, the claim.of the patent I relying on the protest. In this case- voluntary, and no recovery can be had

: last week and' renewed having been unwarrantably expanded. Union Insurance Company",VsCjCity ofAUeghenyItheplaintiff of the amount paid."
.. .goiters! ,; rooje,nSlmmel, possibly I
b1oermt: ; shoo, black'n. For: my: day to day-.4'-- ,: tp r J' prc Judge.: Blodgett, in sustaining the defencesaid was. defeated, Two Kinds of Ladles..

hair, only more: ,tanerinacLtashDo'starchglew Cream toast Three small slices toasted ; ; : "Clearly, if the claim. .of I and it carried the manse to the Supreme -
the original patent did not cover the Court of Pennsylvania; Which affirmedI As a young lady walked hurriedly
i black brown. Batter of flour
r, 1< __ ; : defendant and if I the judgment tfiough flee*judges were down State street a bleak November -
; '..:. dd";;." When the,barhe water and salt poured.over: them.' device used by the a upon

edd heSras" delited reissue gas necessary to expand or explain nearly divided1n opinion:. "Judge Mercer day her.attention was attracted a
.just .
: ) Jt, ,; It is on diet like this that '
order to the in the"opinion said :' l hJtT1. a deformed boy coming toward her -
feller 'YoujatiM'inost the patent, in cover carrying
7'yd '!Dernidto; the, ; / to death
are unconsciously starving
which has defendants, then such reissue is void Party p san illegal demand with a full several bundles. He was thinly:
sensible ,
f: nan It is '
"' inthischair indeed I going to premature graves. under the recent decisions of the Supreme knowledge of all the facts which render clad, twisted his limbs most strangelyas
> : ; yes: ,_ ;, slow'to
g;1..itseed amssa.:of such .good taste.". like this ,that causes the Court. of the United States." such demand illegal, without immediateor he walked, and looked before him
fiend to stalk '
': shafed the fel- dyspepsia, through urgent necessity therefor, or unless to with a vacant"st re. Just before the
't"" tbm.thebarber,, of CARRIER-NEGLIGENCE-EXEMPLARY -
his hundreds
,J all which heeoaM scattering p release his person or property from de- cripple reached the brisk pedestrian he
*.w the news tracted side It- DAMAGES..r-An action was
,agonies on ,every ,
tention to immediate stumbled thus bundle
or prevent an dropping one ,
t ftlnkfand never stopt t ckin',the diet like this'that makes bad blood, brought by passenger In a stage coach :
seizure ef.his person or property, sucha which broke and emptied; string of
Srhdeihe ,
If4 shafed cos he of the line
/ 'with"'bad blood weakness and against the proprietors stage
,, payment must be deemed to be volun- on the sidewalk. Two richly-
: sausages
+ he dun
inidditeiL But just as' got for the he
1 I and with to recover damages injuries
weekness desire for
: rum, tary, and the amount paid cannot be re dressed ladies (?) near by held back
Afa the feller, and was gotten ready tofthings suffered,bjj&s.upsetting of the stage,
murder and death. ,It is diet like ,
the covered. And the fact that the partyat their silken skirts and whispered quite
him 'cordin to ;
onto whiciTresuited'from and in-
long indulged in, that makes men the time of the filesa "How horrid 1" while several
making payment audibly
,> inan.,worked in and
'xiiimjnndeni, a sufficient brakes. At the station,where
bid, gloomy, ill-natured and vicious. written does not'make ,the amused the of
a protest passed by by boy's.look
:tttkibe feller by the ear,'and he said to the 1didhtiffiook, the $age'thedrlvercalled
is the hurried restaurant cook who
higher did "This eUer'sc ,attention of the payment involuntary." blank dismay, gave vent to, their feel-
ttojwn :. the agent too the
., these various horrible compounds, .
:: .. ACTION FOR DEBT-SE'n'INGi: OFF ings in a half-suppressed laugh and then
.!f N Jwi toe he is escape; if you does brakes, and efforts were made.to repair ,
! out as much slow poison as
LIABILITY ON ATTACHMENT BOND.- went on without taking further interest.
{|vial to finish him you must fetch them them by ,vblock.on each side. I ,
t barkeeper. Sin and disease I
I was sued on a book account,and he All this increased the boy's embarrass
thlapenr. .to.the def and dumb ward In crossing a range of mountains one of
'it death lie at the bottom of the
,, claimed the right to set off against the ment. lIe stooped to pick up the sausages -
! .i ttbe lunatic 'sylum.-London Argoall the: came off and the:wheel.wore
blocks . .
t;;,; 1'o1'fIr pot, always stirring, never.resting, debt the dam i'f't >:C costs which had only to let fall another parcel,

;.J"-. .!J'-'U..:-.... ;;" '\I.' .a. after day; so that the taste of through the other. ,The driver had, an accrued" to him in an attachment it when, in despair, he stood and lookedat

:' "J Feoi Jot classes take tea. Dead mixture cooked yesterday pervades extra.block:;'with.hlm: and he stoppedthe.rtage. ,
." IV ,---r---, brought: against him by the same plain- his lost spoils. In an instant the
..1flJifJe.fake: eUrniT T; gay people, festiviWJTiltee cooked'to-day. ,Future generations to do what he could to repair tiff for the same cause of action. The bright-faced stranger stepped to the

' ; ,;people; 'fiber T; fashionable read with horror of the enormities the'brakes.: -. There" .!were. no lights .on Court below decided against this claim, boy's side, and said in a tone of thorough

Hi :Mbi;sode good people, pie T; sueeslitltndidates ;;: mitted U the public kitchens of 1883. the stage when it;was,>,upset, but .no and the defendant carried the case- kindness: "Let me hold.these other .

) ', majorit T ; unsuctnidniinori ---- c1ai1n'\ ,made that the) upset! cgas on Plunkett vs. ,Saner to the Supreme bundles while you pick up what you
accounts "driver wis'carefuf
T; editors, hones T; Wit and Wisdom., that l.The Court of Pennsylvania, which reversedthe have lost." In dumb astonishment the

:: '" !io tt[citizens, gravi T; funny roost- and had his horses,moving at a walk judgment. Judge Green, in the cripple handed all he held to the young .

r tdievi'T; orthodox citizens, dei T; Irish driver: Shure that's the when the coach went over. In this opinion, said : "In the attachment suit Samaritan, and devoted himself to se-

:&poSepeople, suave,T;' bashful fellows, ""tom. House,, sorr. But it's only case-Cameron vs. Wall-the jury gavea i the plaintiff was obliged to give and curing his cherished sausages. When

*Mie ",T;' kind 'ones, chart T; bache"teilttdloid rare of it you'll be seeing this side, verdict for exemplary damages, and did give a bond conditioned for the these were again strongly tied in the
; : : ; : the defendants appealed to the Supreme
f'tf."t' maids, singular T; short The front's behind.A payment of all legal costs and damages coarse, torn paper, her skillful hands

i jopbrevl T;' canning folks,'rascal little girl being asked by Court of Colorado The Chief, which Justice reversed Elbert the which the defendant might sustain by replaced the parcels on his scrawney

' .iT;f.lVID3Iltie simpletons, novel T; re- grandfather.where cotton grew, judgment. reason of the attachment if the plaintiff arms,as she bestowed on him a smile of
1.'" in the opinion said: "The Court below
:N.""' ,efeetable; people i; ChristianiT. .;.' artistic'people with the greatest simplicity, "in failed to prosecute the attachment with encouragement, and said : ;"I hope you
,.t;; '--L- laid downconectlythe rule exemplary
,".' "LT; auong people, responsi'penal gentlemen's ears." effect. The right of the defendant to havn't far to go I" The poor fellow
'}: damages in the charge as follows :
"' .rift t'M."Cri.:,. minals; T, etc. [TheCrickedatthis Which is the largest room in the costs and damages under the bond is eemed scarcely to hear the girl's pleas-
for tortious
"The liability of defendants
Tf& 'juncture.] world? The room for improvement.'J'I in contract and not on the breach of the ant words; but, looking at her,with the
negligence is broader than in an actionon
.:':'' -?' "Bdzingthe; g gigantic .Indian round Reason wrapped up in a few words not bond, and though the amount due the same vacant stare ,asked: "Be you..a
contract ; they must answet only
tiset,4 the;brave boy lifted him generally of the greatest weight.. for all damages which a prudent man defendant is not liquidated, that is, nota lady ?" "I hope so; I try to be," was

2!. teto thej;afr and flung him headlong A little girl four years old was would expect to result from his fault, I sum fixed by the bond itself, still is the surprised response. "I was kind of

1i'.{rdolrr,fibs ,.chasm. Panting' the boy cently called as a witness 'in a I but also all that a prudent man would II I can be ascertained. And it has been hoping you wasn't." "Why,"asked the

+focd:8I:watched the Iridhm's body court, and in answer' to the : anticipate as a possible consequence decided in this State that unliquidated listener, with curiosity quite aroused.

1|fii fi tiD* icagsto ,crag until, it disap- what became of little children who thereof, and this is the narrowest limit damages arising on contract from any "'Cause I've seen such as called them-

pcsred hide darknessi below. Just"atxoolinient"Jast'atthis lies, innocently replied that they that can be fixed,to his liability. To bargain may be set off under its law selves ladies, but they never spoke kind

if moment4he'fsther I sent to bed.Beggar justify exemplary damages the act must whenever they are capable of liquidationby and pleasant like 'ceptlng'to grand uns.

7. of the boy who was reading any unknown legal standard." I guess there's ,two kinds; them as
to wilful the must amountto
woman neighbor: be or negligence .
,nl t truli canie along, lifted the young- thinks they's ladies and isn't, and them
much do you ask for yourlittle'gu.l to a reckless disregard of the safety of EXECUTION-RECEIPT Snows OFFICER '
i ear, and in the woodshed as what tries to be and is 1"
with me one day?" "A mark." "' person or property. We fail to find .in SUBSEQUENT LEVY.-A Deputy '

t-. followed the boy had notboaghtof amarkWhy, for a mark I can the' evidence sufficient to justify any Sheriff had in his hands an execution, Things Look Squally.-

{ .flinging,the, Did gentleman
: ; blind,woman." claim of gross negligence, as the term is and when he came to levy the defend
,U..Hf.6rft.. .:I chasm.- There. was no chasm In the early days of Michigan the
""" ", construed by the Courts on the other ants showed him for the
- t .1Ia df. A"brother: rose in.a .weekly a receipt pioneer respected the Sabbath becauseit
i': field meeting in New Jersey and : hand, there was some degree of care for amount claimed and a satisfaction of the
l. an old gentleman was the. day to go hunting andpayvisits.
ci patronizingly
? ';1"to'i btight! 'little fellow, ,.Be'agoodr"boymyIittle..man "Brethren, when' I consider the' the safety of the passengers. The evi- judgment signed by the plaintiffs in the Churches were few and far

\ dence does not disclose the condition of execution. The officer refused to
; and you may be ness of this life I feel as if I might recog- apart outside of the towns, and 'the
taken suddenly like a thief in the brakes when the stage first started. nize the receipt or satisfaction piece,and
5f away ,
t .. Yes, I may be,",replied presence of a circuit .rider created as
+ This case calls for compensatory dam- proceeded with the levy. The levy was
Lr. rldeairake youth, "but you don't night.- ,. much excitement as a bear hunt. One
and the judgment below must released the officer
f t it to gamble on it." When Moore's Lalla Rookh appe ages only, subsequently by upon day a settler named Roberts, then liv-
be reversed. the instructions of the execution
f[ a:t .flag.is a danger signal," said Lady.Holland said to him: Mr. plain- ing in the woods of Clinton county,
tiffs sent to him. The defendants sued
*****'::. ff Uncle Zsdkins. '"I know it is, for I don't intend j1>'read.y ur Larry 'LIFE INSURANCE-TRANf\FEK' happened to be at the county seat on

IF I,faroad itout by waving a red flag at Rourke, I don't like Irish stories.". CHILDREN BY INSOLVENT DEBTOR- the officer for trespass-Tiernly vs. Fra- business, and before leaving he calledon
zier-and defeated.
i's., ., New servant: "Oh, if you CREDITORS.-C insured his life for the were the minister and had a talk.cc Is it
!-Fq _' ,' then to the Supreme '
any children I can't come, benefit of himself, his executors, admin- They wrong to hunt 01 Sunday?" he asked,
.ttf ,01 dare Cooked by Cooks Court of Texas which affirmed the
? :
whenever anything is broken there "Very was the reply. "How
istrators and assigns. He assigned wrong,
fl. : ii gout a Conscience.lestaurants judgment. The Chief Justice (Gould) ,
: ,iI'! ....;o; '* -< .. be nobody to blame it on but me." policy to his daughters when he' was inI I in the opinion said : "The weight of about playing cards?" "That is wick

\ i t1; >ssuyof our the Nothing hurts a man, nothing. solvent. After his death the guardianof ed." "Can't we have a shooting-
, says authority and reason is clearly in favorof
"'a T :1 a party, so. terribly as fool friends. his daughters collected the claim match?" "Not on the ;Sabbath-not
otkGrapkis: the, bill.of fare is the proposition that the 'officer may
fW the fool friend always searches every and'paid over the share of one of the if you want to be good." "Can't we
dishes..inn rab e"the safely obey all fair on its face
: process
1 _JIlt 8 iperh andyfw the abomi- and comer of.his :conscience to daughters who had married. A credi- set log-heaps a-fire, dig out foxes, tap
cookery and is not bound to judge it by facts
-f. ,,,(. .f'''' reason-for deserting a' friend or tor, after having exhausted all remedies sugar trees, look after bear-traps or go
\If ,<:.. .c... within his knowledge which may be "
Eir Is no'conscience ciple. against the property of C, found his fishing on Sunday? Not as a Christian -
.in this G>okYsdediaheR supposed.invalidate: it.. Whether the
t. : .are slung' together The mouth of,gossip, like a debt still not,; fully paid, and brought: same protection should be extended to man. Let me read you a few linesin

' set'asideUie assignment of the the good Book." When Roberts
;c ;.end mechanically, somewhat store, is open at all hours. suit to the officer where the facts rendering the
, -* to the daughters and the application started for home he, walked very fast,
, life-policy
; : .tbe1oUing:fashion: When jealousy comes in at the writ void became absolutely\known to
l' x of the insurance money to the .and about nine o'clock. .at night he
,, ..u- -Stock", or beef soup love blows his head off.with a I him by means of his own personal observation -
mt-G1 j payment of, his,debt. In this case- I arrived at the house of the nearest
,,- i Open.the tomato.can. .4.few Truth is mighty, but some men of their occurrence it is not, '
.f.tt .*-"med'with' Burton vs. Fairnholt e Supreme i neighbor, and walked in on the family
the 'onkthe "
r ,soup along through.. life with a mighty : IB this case, important to inquire. "
A Carolina decided IH and called out: Say .Bestwick do
moment.'.". ,.-. Court of North you
. l* f Creasy chunks of beef of it. favor of the creditor. Judge Ruffin, in CUSTOMS; -SUIT r m DuTn9-SOIr want te go to Heaven ?" "Why, yeas

:<" !!top!lot of crust; two inches A'My dear boy," wrote an Irishman the opinion, said: "The life-policy, wasa TO RECOVER DUTIES.PAID. :Importers I suppose so,?? replied the other, "Then
-... =fried in batter-No,batter. A his son}'never put off until part of the property of the estate of paid duties/and ,received ',their. goods, be at my house at daybreak to-morrow

iil 2'.t(>- ?tea:: Tripe.fried hi poor- lard what,:yotflave.. .done' to-day., ? C. As soon as it was delivered vested and then a new liquidation was made morning with your axe. I am going to

; ,;;1'1er. ayes! .with horrible"suspi- Aswan went to see his lady love, in him, and, like any other claim or demand by which they were required to pay in- give the land to build a meetinghouseon

?s l1' f\he has_.'partaken of wagon wishing to be conversational, it became a part of his estate and creased duties and they protested and and you've got to help cut the logs."

".r" ",?>'" ....(.,. "the thermomekron istwenty subject to every rule of property knownto appealed. The Government then sued "Any hurry about it ?" "Hurry?
I'i-<::'.Ei Po"" toes-Tlie' most venerable above zero this evening." ". the'law. As he was insolvent at the for the duties unpaid and the importersset Well, I should. say so. We've got to

*;:;,'t ., {P i4&'. spuds"o. lie' .found. inXs. innocently replied the' maiden, time transferred 'the policy to his Tup the defense that these additional begin early and, work late, and put in
; :
. _;, Boiled. either to-day or kinds of birds do fly higher some daughters as a provision for them, no duties were illegal. They also sued to I I our best licks, or our ever getting with-

...-'t.; .V ..., lejaayb oreVandbroughtand of the year than others.". payment for this transfer having been recover excessive duties paid by them, in forty miles of Heaven will be. such a

'-"" ; men throw made'by them,'the transfer was fraud- and the Government argued that as they tight squeeze as' to' rub the hide off.
,.. water
:;; soakedjsoddensour I cannot abide, see I
,v -,: '''' and heavy., their tools the m nute'th, clock ulent as to his'creditors and void in law, I had paid the excessive duties'no recovery Bostwick, we are sinners of the deepest

'-'i, &naked : Bags of batter to strike, as if they took no ;whether madewith, an> intent actually could be had, the payment being dye, 'and.I tell you we've'got to git up

': a 6r1 dle,bumed' on the their work, and,was''afraid o*' a, fraudulent,'or not. The' principle of voluntary. In these cases-United Statesvs. and.;hump, and_ .hand over enough'maple.

half The law; which is as old as the law itself, is Schlesinger, in the United States'Circuit sugar to pay for at.. least four. sermons
r done; within. Man stroke .too much. very
&. that the whole of a man's property shall Court, District"of Massachu and some powerful loud sinring or
afterward after
as he 11 turning a bit you
.. though Rdon .
._ .
Lowell decided in favor of be cut down like fi ."
.. \he,DaY. ,udgment. it. : be applied to the payment, .of. .his-. I.debts.. setts-Judge we'll a wer
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2 .t =, / ,';!{ +: ':..:..'.. !E AID: FAICT "GROCERIES GROCERIF3PROVISI.O :J

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:: +..,'4..r, -;. $.:-.1:' : ,
';:1 ...;..."',1'%."', ': '?f'- .__..",".. -;-, .trifle_ ':,' $M,,-.,...A tIsEo. < ,.-_..:::..., IROMBITTERS CIGARS. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW: Hardware and ., :

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; ,.. <1 t., 1)f'" ... LAMPS.*FIXTURES Tttosvillena. Sanford 1'Ja.; March 4w 45 ,..J. r!';;

w t., .. .o'i..l-;"j........""'",,t.u".::.::E' -: B. Bias, 'afl wuicsrs JIIVj oyipepSBlBeanpmB,*i irfa ... WOODEff TINWARE.. SCOTT THRASHER, THE TROPICAL HOUSi;!

tIiW .. ,'Wwt ilL ,Iddasy"itt-j liver cooniUatBROWN'S ATTOHNEYS-AT-LAW. at Bockledge, Indian River, FlQiidi* ,
= : ..CIIbcr wutiDc "Iteaa S. Ryder, Owner &
Qsp YeLesile tDiytaosThnrada y Meal Corn Sanford : : Florida. prole ., l
r-:' vla twitfc file sloop Agnes loaded for this 'Mr.Scott Is now located at Titusville. This House is "f '
centrally located
l ir. !:f(' 3:U''Jlr r'rWe ..Real Estate Law a speciality! at ,
",' .'d. ." ledge,in the far-famed Indian RiYeifttii}

I= .aeed'dN Brii,WI'week, at .a Hay, ft. B. MAGRCDER, of Florida,and poaaeaes all the advawJ_

number of regieioi;already trimmed>JIld'tII of Climate'Health and Pleasure'cfSJfenewly

,,"- &.'Ji' *. 'o8r"-.", Oats Etc. COUNTY SURVEYOR, developed region of South Flodoil.
7*** w ,
-Watath tMr .! :w1 sceuiie IRONBITTERS AND NOTARY PUBLIC. Take steamer from Sanford for W fcl;

,oont_ npkt' starting! foot New;York via also agents for Rockledge, Florida. Poinsett,called Rockledge Landing AM'/:

epeiee.aa1..}hddy ,or Saturday fortgnih Jacob Reeds' Sons miles carriage riding. Direct mmwLi C!
a w. MINOR: S. JONES. from the House made with ,-.. "
; .. ,_ ; a:: ? steamers/ *
'; Mr.Deisner and a party,of the LundBooav '' ariches the blood and pwifies fee CLOTHIERS, Rates, $2.5O per day.. >.

'' ;Mum their thanks to the. officers, system,; etc.cores Try weakness a bottls., lack ofsstcrgy Samples to be.seen at store. ATTORNEYATLAW.Titusville Arrangement made by the Wetk or' MrmiL.'**r;
and stewardess of the Cinderella for theirpoUtaaeainaDOwing 'Florida. *
,'them,the'atamer, NOTIONSDOIF8l'IC PIONEER COOPEfcAG$::

z .last week.A ., & FANCY DRY GOODS lUT+. E. ENGLISH. Syrup Barrels $2.25. ,*. ,

:The;Cinderella steamed ,up to town BROWN'8IRON Notary Public State at Large. Gauged to order ten cents extra.''*

.this and wfll take water and Gents' MUM & FnmMii Goo ods.March 1'
morning Amdaviti drawn and all business .entrusted Honey Barrels, and Oval Wtfcr:;
wood !aboard',preparatory' for her tripdown 1 "tt, to me promptly attended to.

the liter! to,Maim m channel through Ofllce at his residence.* BreakersFrom

.the Nartowi.. Titusville. Florida. :,, : S3.00 : ,: ij./:

'.;.1Aii excursion party visited Cape Ca BITTERS D. COWIE. Tanks i.

naveni'4from -this place and LaGrange and" all kinds of COOPER
WORK to ;
.M is the only Iron that ,
last Wednesday. : ,composed of young folks. does not color the teeth,and will not Physician and Surgeon. T. JOHNSON, '. '
A:dixelptlon'of their will in
trip appear callie: headache or constipation,as .
r oar next edition. other Iron preparations will. TItusvllle Florida. LaGrange, ;. : PlorldThe :':
i .
.-.,411 the merchants and'business men I Xmy Mtems eta HMM ia the Sooth ihodd. S. F. GRAY. Florida State Gazetteer '. '
of this place"haY decided to recognize I, ttweTHa.awDlxlaCOOK..ooL and
: ft OMtaina tke oream ef all tile other Watch Maker and Jeweller.ALL .
the, first of as holidav.Thiswft
give them all an opportunity of attending KEEPING. Owr 0,000...,*,....sadalatiaad WORK WARRANTED.Work .
the picnic at Oleander Point ......rn.oW ru. ,ncIIIpt....."".....1 oo or orders left with P. E. Wager or at Containing thenamft, butmets and odcfaaT.
saw kelps aad facto 01... Soldby Post Office,Tltuaville or with A. Brady at LaGrange "**
;.-,CapL. J.H.Smith was in town yesterday .......ptiaa. AOENTt WANTED. Bead I will receive prompt attention.' Will beIaTitnayWeevery -of the-
I. ... .... Monday.
and the STAB calLCaptain -
rooming gave Merchant, Professional & Business BMS,
; Smith a says that the water is so BITTERSLadies "A.CI.ARK80NACO.- ATLANTA GEORGIA. DR. B. R. WILSON. and the principal farmers and landowners

low :at 'Salt Lake that a lighter will >be orange groves and plantations :- .
required. to deliver the freights at that and all sufferers from neu Will continue the practice of Medicine in together with a -
ralgia,hysteria, and kindred 1STEW8PA.PERSobscrlptloB Titusville
place. coon and vicinity, Stftch All Citia
of Towns ad
plaints,1riJ16D4 it without an cqaaLG. ,: ,
,-The heavy norther of Monday afternoon Aajeocy.The Office at J. M. Dixon's Drug Store. And how to reach'them and other vtiothis
lowered the water in the river so undersigned having opened a information. '

that.the U.8. mail steamer Ibis was left A. B. H.'WLEY, D. D. S. This important work will be issued'jut *

.aground at Moore'a wharf. The mail on NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY( Dentist. as soon as the labor of collecting .

Tuesday morning was carried down the Will be pleased to 'receive subscriptions' Visiting and compiling the facts can be .accoav,vpliahed. :

.river:on'the"Flying Dutchman." to Hakes frequent trips to Indian River. To the business comma; ';
Lake Worth. &c.
dance at the Lund Houselast W. MACKENZIE'S nity this,will be the most valuable b.ak' '
There wasa Periodical or Newspaper published.o P. o. Address, New Smyrna Florida. .I.ft. I.ft__.1.._____1..1.1..3.1.__.. ,
Saturday evening at which quite a WlAIl UAlllCIl: U :UYyU.UCU.IflJUtFlorida. i.$,
'anmberof Bockledge friends were II. AVMAN. Price, $5. to be sold by subscrip .
present -AT- Save time, trouble and expense by applying C.
including Captain R A. Hardee and tion.
lady,Miss Swinton and Miss Lena Bobert& Justice of the Peace and Rate far Adrertitmg: __

Everyone appeared to enjoy them- Subscription Agent, Notary Public State-at-Large. 1 Page wjth book$fjO._J Page with book|8Q,
Haulover P. 0. Brevard Fla.
.dvesV. .' THE FAIR"rs county, Office at the HaulOver.T. I&'Agents wanted in ''every county,'ta

During the[ heavy. northers of lasThurelay t The Lund 'House, whom liberal terms will be offered-
and Monday, the Cinderelladragged JOHNSON COCKSIIVTT.
.her two light anchors, drifting 5 i GUSHING & APPLEYARD'Pili.; '
it special inducements in""dl Corner Main Street& Washington Ave.: P. O. Box 1M2.] Jacksonville,Fla.FloridaManufacture. ,
mile below town. Oarto
nearly.a Captain Rotary Public, Stat -at-Lar&e,
tender has lined secured a 600 pound Tltnsville, : Florida.I ,and

anchor which will probably hold her- LADE'S MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S -I- Justice of the Peace. ,

all kinds of weather. TRIMMED & UNTRIMMED HATS. Pleasant Location, Good Table.A Court day. first Saturday of each month. AMAZON- PAINT WORKS: .
An accident occurred last .
Thursday cosy home for the LA GRANGE Florida.
noon, near the store of Ke sra.J. C. Nor w J.
Also Bargains in Crockery, Glassware, ST. CLAIK-ABRAXS B. L. emoaunr. BERNE& CO.
,wood &0). Mr.'E.H.Rice and a party SPORTSMAN, INVALID, ill TOURIST. State Attorney County Judge of
Etc., Seventh Judicial Circuit. Orange county manufacturers of the
of tWo or'tbxee, wishing to fire a salute to -

the ,newly, arrived steamer Cinderella, Fine China Tea sets,44 pieces $&50 -fij st Clair-Abrams & SrameriiiL AMAZON IIEADI-IIIIED PAIl

'two'anvils and had loaded Goblets dozen, .85 ., "
had, secured per\ A. Deisner, Proprietor. ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS AT LAW. .,,'
>the aperture powder. and fired it oft Tumblers, per dozen, .60 ORLANDO, FLA. in all shades and ready forImmediate :

! The result pas that one of the anvila was Individual Preserve Dishes per dozen .7 o THE SLOOP "AGNES," Will give careful attention to collections Use.
and will practice In the several courts of thla "t
bunted,into several of
fragments some
. individual Salts, per dozen .30 commanded by District.and In the Supreme Court at Tails.bas.ee .
which flew. GO or 60 feet. No one wasinjured. CAPTAIN JOHN McLEAN, and U S- court at Jacksonville. and grinders ofPure .
Preserve Dishes :
.: It was in the same manner that Large .20@.30 Makes regular trips on Indian River. LA GRANGE STORE White ;
' several years ago A. D. Howland then Elegant Vaaea, per pair, 50c up SHE CARRIES A FULL SUPPLY OF Load .

I ,residing at,this place waa wounded and See our original and popular ,1.00 Seta. Groceries Dry Goods Always on hand a general assortment of & Colon Oil .:
GOO D 8.
{ of which; wound he subsequently. died, Ace and factory
Canned Goods,
i two yeanthereattei.f -STRICTLY CASH- '
t .i.l. :0: Hats, Boots and Shoes, No. M 1ceu street. 1.,'

I Arrivals. Ladies'Shoes In Prints all A. Brady. JACKSONVILLE
! For the week ending April 18, 1883. BARGAINS new patterns great at variety low prices.; January lit 1883 1 yr ,38

Mam W O DE Rea ,.made ClolMiii Met Moles ONLY $20. J'IQm l
Chapman, Chapman, In Dress Goods ave nterprla niy u4
John Ketchell,'E DeConrcy, Boston Mass NOTIOIV8.KT Friday Arrive at A a.111.
at Titnsvilto Monday WedD" ,
JH Way, Pennsylvania. ) For the cub only"JMMarohU,4Bem. dmdarat.p. m.' '
Leave TUiUT&l Tnesdaj Th1lJ"lda1.u4
Etc. Etc.
LUND HOUSE. i Saturday at 4&.m.
Wallace R Moses,Sagamore Fla; G W S. RYDER. and Arrive Saturday at Snterprta at a poo 'heId&1 nldl1

Reynolds a nd wife, Davis villeR L Geo ROCKLEDGE, From Dayton toTttesvfUe :

0 Jfrnf&t Lancaster Pa; H J Titan,Montreal REMNANTs Has Just received and continues to keep day Leave at s Daytona p.m, Tuesday Thui.d T and Saw-

''tanHenry' Wilson, Banana in stock a full and complete stock of Groceries AmTeat Tltun1Uenu.daJ Satu'dq sa4 .
River Fla- :H J Allen, Georgian Fla; LACES Boots A Shoes, Hats & Caps In Monday Leave at TttunWe 1Q a.m, Thur\daJ sst uda' Ss4 ,'"

W.JarriI BockIedge F1a;C H Nauman great variety and General Merchandiseof Moldy at t p..
Afttn at Daytou lnMdaiShml'yW4
and mil, Hanlover Fla: M 0 Burnham, ONLY A FEW LEFT every description. Ask for whatever Dlonday. a a.m. *< V

Cape Canaveral Fla; W A L Ostrander, .you may want. One price to all. Canned Tram TttBcvOto to Eaa Gallla.Leave .

, Wm Moore Cinderella:' D Cowie, F Lay Only lOcents each Goods of every description a specialty.LUMBER 'I, a a.m. TitarrUl Tuesday and TrUaj 5., .

i ,'''JPritdJ.udaDd wife,Robert Morrow, as Arrive am.. at Can Oaltt Toeaday and rwtdJJ ;

t 4' VGaflor,Frank Forger,J C Sandiford. wan Zae Gable Wedaudq ud 511.11$ d
;' CUy; D Fetch, A J Canova, Geo WChancejR New Goods Arrlylaa bj Every Will be furnished to order on short notice. ataa.Arrive m.at TttusyWo Wednesday and ...'

i : ; A Hardee and wife,J 0 Sim- steamer. at$18.00 per thosand. Dressed lumber i day tp.m. _

L 'aaons, E A Gray;. Dorsey and KetcheU, PILAD1i1LPlIIA New Information of Florida.

[f' Miss Ella Swinton, Kill Lena Roberts, CANVASS SHOES, VARIETY OF from LUMBER$20.00 to&$24.00 SHINGLES per thousand. SINGER MACHINE 19i pages new matter unto map for'" (=,
W HM Fairbanks Rock-
Fred holey,' ,
f i' Send abc cents to R,C,Lon.,TaUa....
ledge Fla; D W McQnaig, City Point always on band. EQUAL TO oUT SlKOER W Till MARKET. ..
Slippers. The above cut represents the most or C. Drew,Jacksonville FU
!k Fla;'LGStringfeflow' Fla; 8 P,Hencl P. 1. FISHER. nlar style for the people which we offer pop. _. .r

f Tampa Faa; J A Morgan,Lexington Ky; Panmocks, Household Goods, you for the very low price of WO. Remember AGENTS Wanted = -r'bl.. j
E Bernl>srtRichards A 1'eDupI.V'er.iI1t Ky; W "THC BUT M OMIAMCT.** ,we do not ask you to pay until --"cliniwi_ Koed wuietY aOOKU __
I', ,F EdenTla; T B W'llgWood- TINWARE &C. NERS yon have seen the machine. After having iii'ir l"L ?T w .J.n.Tr; .
ford XJ;"'J W'Moore, L I; B DeBhodGeanetowiKy s'UIul examined It if It to not all we represent J
: : S.C Wella, Lexington return It to us at our expense Consult FOR SALE \
.En ohn Sa yer' do. J Lovenhart.Ohio See our assortment of useful. Novelties your Interest and order a& onoe,or send. A desirable house and lot U -
J Garin.f at 10 cents each.fupectio for circulars and testimonials
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:JHRsaittip F.ImDer B Glord RU looms Address CHARLES Wood & CO., Titusville, also Blacksmith, whee1migh' '
far, '
'Z' _m-.P11.it 1A laI-We scan: bvmeu. JWelaa.No. 11 N.TenthemSt., Philadelphia.', Pa. and general.repairing shop at fltusvilkt

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