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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: May 10, 1883
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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'1.1'11'T"1feta'. .. ": :STATE{ ws.. The WasfcistctoB_ ....., Gaaeite A.stock. Law Donaies the Price A Yaakee's OosernUtensi in FloxUa. '
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: -:. '.informed:'has Makes Some Polite BemsrkiW188TNT of Batter.' ; cosreodeneoofTs8ouhr ,- ;.;t. :::
.. we are "Cotton ehoppi? .has' commenced in Sunday A favorite argument of the uninformed i lobeene-: ,.(the',..Floridatercow .; V
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the International'Jioliio X 'Apri129.-'l"bd'
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earnest in&nr&l .
Dee county. .
advocates the U a'"curioo critter : No" J
,- present onerous ,amount "
has been
D 1Je and Palatod ,Palatka merchants have close Gazette, 'of this chy; which a : :v
agreed to
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fence is that if the of cat of persuiogii"draft : funk
dropv'of;
-" 'until the past threeor system owners a ,
ties will be stalwart republican ;
probably stores at 1
their 7 p.'m., from May 'to October them with from her unlesf her calf has 'the"
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,' a the administration tie are required to provide a pull,a '
four issues is hot
against
in four saonths. Gen- .
_laid "
Saturdays excepted.The. *
dearth of beef and butter in rui'timeThat $ ,
; 'now. To-day it says' of Arthur pastures a bottle..dIe ." ,* 1"
woik.W be'rapid-
ia.the rendition ,of "Patience" by the be the the'lives of the
4" .. from there and his round table: "It is understoodthat the country must consequence. villaiaooej- asorback ?
j0 to Paladn Quincy amateurs: baa been postponed win Experience has demonstrated the utter hog that roaamat: \ iire'aeN: better'protected "r.,
administration
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the of _
directions"vii To policy V
Win{ : ?
i Indian until Die time this month when they be to drift along for the rest of the term, falsity of this assertion. Let us hear from )rl&w.1M. propia 'tfcem-; '",

'__>)by theftfafca'and will be assisted by talent from abroad. David R Butler again on the subject and selves. TMx:;*f .:
much of
....if:and .te :Key West and varying the monotony by personal D. D. of lbat snakes sot .....s.tf.'tise' rt.
Asthechan- The Journal says that if'you throw a comfort in the form of pleasure this time we will not make a are ao'on' .

"h...,BWf ertencn fa orfj, 200 feet wide club on Lemon street, in Palatka, any jaunts on land and sea, luxurious feeds, our worthy friend, albeit any college woods',of .Florida, ; as in New Enaiand- 'lJ.

;with a draw-bridge. night,'you are likely to strike a dozen Ac. The republican party is regarded by would honor itself by placing his name and alligators are,:cowardly, sea S ks;instead v'

.' ':JJ AW.Bdthe rota survey?.for the different railroads.T1aeOalaPannerIaconbubeen the administration as among the things among the I* L. D.'s. of man-hunting. sort..i.: ", 'ft.' t
? -_ That in hia "ho fe ce'!! 'Thar Florida land W alrite- J
gentleman agents
.
shown that about
Yd: fs tiarolve miles GenIniaysihsl : were, not worth worrying : by '
the .force on a bunch of oats raised by: :Mr. A L HOOver things that are. *.'After.. me the deluge,,' speech before the agricultural convention, more money and friend by; .,taQinfjthe; ,' :!
\ stated that in the town of Madison: Ga4 plain, ,unvarnished truth in.rsto
increased to on Silver Spring Bun that was over 'Eat, drinkaDd be merry, for tomorrowwe :! ) ,' J1
': o }..... rfoiwfflaoon.be since the stock law went into:operation Florldaclftirte'saiii'ieid>: '' of "
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three feet and two the President nDJIDC"'crieI.GlorioU .
.. further that the idea, high only months old. die are
: t.......i pdding, ,.-. cries for aspired to four times.much butter as formerly is which tht.Mod not;bf rakasa d.\AiAdmitting : r
ems arith a view w The.Editor of, the, TtayaTribiauuwrestling a muyrho .
,.:.:. ; :j:. bberaepaayls to. *absurd with. mamoth tomato, presented be the leader of his party,'are they not?' offered for sale at greatly reduced prices ,an occasional,frost ) d.thin:sgfl,'.' l.

It of ,"the- licentious and by the farmers of Morgan' county. The Florida can offer uop ra1eUed; , r
been Its dimensions speaks Folger,
has by a patron. were
ailthra laeded : '_
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quality of the article too is far superiorto to settlers. >
,
of the who ;
.; Whiiivftiiifinto' COD dera.J. four inches diameternd. one foot in Incapable secretary treasury;.
.:7' 3p I the cheesy, white-looking stuff which Thai,the t'Ioitwin'hasvague
average
',. ; plea II I tO is chiefly concerned just now in getting
.ijarsrdandhispeat' Supervising Architect Hill out of his is the product of the lean, wayside' kiM ideas of distances, .as,_illustrated. when ;
from
-,1J''W':1W- thoroughfare' (Gainesville Bee: Commencement exercises trouble whitewashing him while of of the country. Now, this effectually yon ask two or:more settJeii UM ,number.
":, ,i *tiIa1,1F-the necessity for of East Florida Seminary will begin by -
; .
I. John Sherman it says, "instead of.'being disposes of the objection above mentioned of miles to any" pc4n. lhey>in diflbr : oj

> ,.. ;jl7-ifcteryetident on. Sunday; 27th. of May, by a sermon. at his home in Ohio assisting to organize of those who,like the ancient .Portuguese always from each, other from Jftto 100 =.aS.1

r') :..1L ,J.Ddv[ nririog su also says: from Rev.W'K Tu1Ir, and on the 80th and generally strengthen the republican delight to run in the ancient rats percent The latter estimate tr Ah Ylivery Y,

itilsmdbtabsnLBonth. Florida the literary address will be: delivered. by of their ancestors utterly ignoring all men, who'are anxious'iD" i'up: V
/ 1 .. of that State John Sherman is in ,
party .
it will be Pensacola. .
asotLr Hon. 8 B of
: '... dia0ant, Mallory, *
,
in.dbtaDce'forw "
':. ... the District of Columbia endeavoring to progress and improvement Who does they:overcharge 'for :
4-6
: .u 1IDda first ngtected .
i tke are The decision of the Court in : v
Supreme fed
not know that two well-kept and hire. i .
have his at
improved public
: property
':* .4SSvWchviU.be sought for the Chalmers case seems to coVer the cost milch cows will yield more and infinitely A March Flpridian.songrWhen the ':..

':' i i ffiviening: ,: .oiatnm being as exact grounds taken by Governor. Drewin "The explanation of his here better butter than a "pen full" of the swallows Northward'fiy.!. ,;

'.,L:'" -.urirrbs & .' 4l. .towns 1879, in the case of Hull and Bisbee: at this time is found in the presence pending investigation wretched runts which are left to shift for That my Yankee,'friends.. [ jrould.' learn' 1t r-
'_ ... I1l some ur ; A certificate of election once given, the and .
>:.1 of Supervising Architect BilL themselves and steal a living? much of true politeness' hospitality, ;1

; :. f .. r-rtnbe"' flatearaayintheBtatf .made- power of the executive is/uncfw offido. "A great deal of work on Sherman's It is a noteworthy fact that even the by a trip through this State amTaawng, v..]

,&F.... ., i The annual meeting of the State, Park new house was done at the expense of the largest stock owners of the piney woods the settlers, many,of,whom fought.on'the:

., <' "'IIii.ad. fertilizing *I produceijMgn do not Association for election of officers for the United States in Hill's bureau. regions for six months in the year have other aide, as they believe. ,'for the righr
, ; trees.
- .1F- *orange ensuing year "was held at Jacksonville, "Naturally he does ,not want this no butter dh their tables. And as to the but now bury aU sectional:feding: and
tM'Jaa& owned.
;' \;|..il ta4hpange. new on the 27th ultimo. D. Greenleaf, President brought to the surface and exposed beef they send to market, it is enough to welcome all new,comers with. hearty, ,

:! ::.;b;iBigvM[ abrays. in myiumWe opinion wish reelected, Mi L Hartrige, Vice- the public.view, hence the nearness, of visit the shambles of our own city and cordiality$is worthy aye-pnisft..> '
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.: ..?,!;itliti. .>">iisilr. bigtiestgriaasbutI. '' president, vice A. J.. Bi well, who de- his present hereneas. .. view the attenuated yeUow .carcasses of That.the._ St&t.e'J_ _caDed..h7cJ. .)'who 'l:

;;'': tW; the,,ooantrl'a developmentfceyondthem. dined___ re-election: A., J._ RusselL_ u, __ Secretary '_____ '_- .1.1. the grass-fed cattle from September to come with the indolent notion.. of "sitting'" ay
nun. no ,
:" .' landsbtiilhiie -" "
N 'V&I'J'' worth per much reelected;J. C. Greely, Treasurer, re- Oar Coast Carnal. ApriL Some of them verily seem to have under theiroWJ1.me.and fif tree)",,, without *> :i
iriII be
sere
: elected. Directors: G. c. Wilson, J. H. The St.Augustine Press gives a hope- been slaughtered to save their lives. Un- even the effort :.ofcaldmiDc.the,, '" f.'
!lliiiii fie climate renders it
L. +r possible McGim,W.Me Ledwith,C.Benedict,D. ful statement of the progress of our Coast der the working of the stock law how rims ,And it would be well if somj.ooi. J

.(rfii t1!*jSB'lfcek products;; in market. at a'isVvliisrthey'have H.: Elliot, in place of :M. L Hartridge, Canal, remarking, truly,that "no enterprise great the change in d respect. Restricted would."molest or make,them' ,:afraid,V if it. ",

"'K'% .no cmtetitLoa, promoted to vice-presidency, all of whom can hoof more interest and importance in numbers improved in breed and by so doing they could,be made to'work.; .

. xSliaii IIii de.tsoyii 1 t,the objection of povr excepting Mr. Elliot, having served hut to Florida than the.canal now being duly fed and cared for, the thrifty/ animals "If a man will not work;neither let::him ';r"eat.

$i ilpx "eaaaat'- 'of. f.erwliaetioa.3w'tvMCY. t.' _. rear. .., pressed to completion, connecting the respond generously to such, treatment ," should.apply to Florida Mwill at i".

41.1<'{.i.;...rsWrals.aevety One day last week a most brutal mur- Halifax and Indian rivers, and opening and yield an abundance of rich to sterile N.J.England..'.. : 't'! \ .'\

';f I.i.,f..... "-" -propose*:raflroad in the der occurred ,at the P.& L B. B. camp by a few miles of cutting a continuouswaterway milk and butter}whHe their ,flesh, when .'J1aatwith money readily.bringing,:tern, '' r..

:|M. *relief the time of building has been up the river, in which both were ,colored.As of nearly 400 mileaTIt marketed, is ever superior to the best to twenty per cent on good security, and ..

'. iilijisi after time being graded now. near as we can learn, a crowd had assembled will be as if another river were suddenlr Tennessee beef transported by rail, and the same in fruit growing; orl rdsning, W ,t.

Jicbonvilb to Augustine: near the river to await the orderof opened along the coast; ready to often reaching the butcher pens in a jaded much more, few care,to'pc'*more than.;is Jlf "

i.'"._&|l*. sa"*"' _p1etecL.The: Green Core I the paymaster, who sent for them to bear the products of the State to all Nor and'feverish condition.In necessary into .ornamental houses.,, "orf.|..."

'.:.:> **";rf ut.'$
"' As a pleaeanttrip from St. should never be forgotten that the most architectural iihereaatuie is ler '
Augustineit
1" r'II'f Alfred Davis boy started offahead ,Bute so -,
... ....., r six fears,is at a negro .
',t.1'L.; -., '- '. Inn" laid far tIK- of the rest. BuweU vision then will be equal, if not surpass that of the magnificent registered Jersey cow does ish. Wealthy, refined..people live' herein If.1, "f").
"
3'o. /f C <,.,- ". .' drew a revolver and ordered him to comeback upper St. Johns, while as a matter of :not eat a pound more of provender than very,poor houses. ._ ;.t

, -.' '.}'' ..1. '. 1'of which' John Brlitlitiabeidaudthe Davis,seeing that he was angry business it must add enormously to the the ordinary scrub of the country, while That the local option IM ,high 11f!" 1-

; *.jL : Jacboaulle'paliiYelWestare and in earnest, obeyed, and as be got value of the land all along the Halifax the difference in value between them is ceo e-la"grand safeguard' against lav- ..:

running a raceGditlbli ; within a few feet of the demon, Ivision and Indian Rivers, and also very largelyto as one to twenty. It is manifestly,therefore less drunkenness There Is modi.1 lei of .. x F

iai.'Each; company says that it. fired,the bullet entering bowels. Davis the emigration to aU points in that to the interest of our farmers and this in Florida than in Msssaehasetts ,,.according -:

.. IiMlssstaidtbat afire ether is*fraud j was brought to Palatka and sent to section. The'ea coast is healthy; at all the welfare of the community, that a to the number of IDIaabitaDtL:: j

i : every laborer' tkey',can his parents, near McMee* n, where be seasons of the year,while the sea breeze is stock law,or its equivalent,' the present In this important matter tie'fozmec' **. IIi' a,

:.,11>,'Ij ssor andre-ereeseh: died on Friday. The murderer is in cur cool and delightful. A large amount of "no fence" movement, be adopted and long. ways ahead. *_ .

':{ : "; r firer liDO possibility that both tody. He gave himself up and then freight which now finds its way'to other inaugurated forthwith. Hear the expression That if the swallows fly Southward, .in ':

tried to points will coma to"us from the other end of South Carolina as to how 'the the fall,they also go Northward;towards-- t,:
of the canal, and this will be a convenient: stock law works. The Charleston Newt spring, and If' werwouldlearnw ridoai .;;
, ', ,4 'I Ie'tom., of men grading, Both the "Tampa" and the "Intern; "
'r : point of departure'for Cuba) and 'eventually and towia says: from them, it is time for mie to'peek-;u :i.3
._. .,wUl pub through' this turns! Railroad Companies have been "J
y '. "'J ,the main part of the travel to Ha- "There are now at least four flourish- and start for old. New_bland .sjsl ft. ,
1 [t ___ .for, next winter'skot placing on their respective routes during:
.. ... .'
vanna will by that route. The earliest ing stock farms im the State and in nearly .T.
';!i __ ;not broken the week, all the laborers whom they 1 go ; Tao..........ComaUTbenorldaHnald. \ ;;-t
visitor of,another will find the there are fine '
season county
' < every many specimens :
:: ''''.J _::7.so' often, ve shoald feela.lJsL.ard could secure, and each is making'rigorOUI "
. ir'If'[ 1'--': efforts to procure more men. A number canal open,and steamers plying. between of registered cattle of royal pedi The Atlantic Coast Steamship: posipany {
8t Augustine and Jupiter Inlet.-:: gree. At the last State fair there was a of foridihu been
t 'Halifax- railway knd of civil engineers and railroad men recently inoorpor- ;
.1.1" of fine stock than had
'!fl; 111 bad.d D1s6on. there is have been on our streets and in the vicinity Improve.eat en the Mallory Liae larger display 1 ated'to operate n general,freighting an*, .
before been collected in South Carolina '
.., t..1 M94tdastbr. after the interestsof ever i passenger businesa"outside,**':between, :- :
: grill build it to Ormond engaged in looking The fine steamer, Western Texas has I
; r2 1j lsjlnseBsi his interests have lo- their respective roads, and expressing been withdrawn from the-Mallory Line, and the country papers report the I the Halifax, ''Hmsborottgh' :aadindfas'. ...1

":, '&i\ ._ !At valuable timber lands in the their regrets that the "party of the other and the elegant steamship State of Texas, frequent purchase of the best breeds of rivers and this port Its'transportttfpower ; 1
cattle. This '
_, -. improvement may be attributed at present is the It N''i'on.- ,
, a '" M'rad II to should be their capital by
wasting
, ,' ''"'.' ..rld.d$. ._ pass through part" Captain John Risk,will take her ,place. to the adoption of the general ''.
wich betveen
; I of the branch to building a railroad which will certainly The steamship Carondelet has also been now rumfing fJacksonvineand
stock law and the which has
" e is uncertain lose One of the most awkward fine necessity New Smyrna'but, in the earlyfQ f.
; money. withdrawn, and the steamship San
*< .are II supported features of the complication between the Antonio, Captain Hines, put on in her been forced: upon the planters of keeping if freights warrant;it is proposed te build 'fanother
fewer cattle. This
- .iN11orjty; ,The gentleman' who two roads is the fact that their lines cross place. These ships are"much larger and necessity, paradoxical and larger ship. ,.;besidaf:,piojlif; j J
it better beef and
as seem,means
' ., D%,W.T.Sylvester, and recroas each other at 'several points faster'and have far-beuer. accommodations may a connecting steainer on theLidiantHaltrirongh ,
a larger supply of the produce of the fax and rivers .oia-to,.... .;'
;14ft.: .clear to Enterprise between this place and Jacksonville.The .- than the Western Texas and Caroo- .
. dairy. The ,last report of the commissioner ble fruit and vegeUble ssi' flat :'
announced that the work Green Cove Spring. immense grower*j ;
'. .: :. ._ delet the and owing busini
of Agriculture shows that the
tax ,
... coast to reach market, ipeedii.wtthlMtheir
be begun In a few weeks. st. Augustine Press: Our exchanges of the line making t.he.eiaaap'-nece.1'J. #
able value of cattle in the State in 1882 truck being subjected to' ;
rn It vfllbe the making of the most think us all a very mercenary class :Mr.W.J.Young,the- agent here, also was $161,902 less than in 1881. The undue {
The i'.s5o09i1.
hmdling. capital stock ;
Ms pUee.-fiitoyrue Harold. of people,to be leasing the plaza for the informs us that the Messrs. Mallory&Co. i .if
also shows however that
',. ; same report and shares are held by aU.the ':IiT" \
; of erecting a hotel and a business are seriously considering the advisabilityof
purpose of milk sold in
19,078 more gallons were and business
mew about 'Dayton and'. j
iasiignats from Europe house 'Oh' no, the, truth when told is establishing a semi-weakly line between .
1882 than the and
during previous year, New oncers'are
Smyrna. a.D.
; States is very large; Heir bad enough.* A portion of the grounds New York and Fernandina. In the event I that the butter product of 1882 was Smith, of,New York.Preskknt.1'hl ; ., Wmv'Jackson t.

arrived in New York in connected with the post-office building they decide to do eo, they will build two in of the ;
824,096 pounds excess product ,of DaytonaJreatu.ar andP.H: 'i
,
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formerly the Spanish Governor's pleasure elegant ships expressly for the trade, of the previous year, So that the reduction Hand,';of New-York: Tbn i
Seretari
,
j r 1.. wposerchas of Irish fir ;grounds, has been looked upon with long-' which will rUn direct, instead of touching in the numbar cattle was entirely stockholders; fat the South alone represent;! -

-. arsirted b Dome b Amer .big eyes for some time regardless of the at Brunswick and Port HoyaL-Tune* offset: by the increased value of dairy $3,000,000 which*evidences .backbone

fitness of things as a good location for a Union.. products. The era of the brindle cow and .
.Iel" I enough, to Insure>.SQCC6IL\ Mtf. iW''**** ;i
<||MfV the order of the day in business house. -There appears to be St.Augustine. a. Navigation is now at Montreal. the' razor-back hog is rapidly passing: Coats the present polite agent of the' ,. .

and aunufactories of the running fight between two factions open away." Comment is superflnonar... steamerwmbatheJicboiTWeymtoithe !:
One having a desire to tear Bibbona more and more .
iilstiiessiand' t'aia dox grow gorgeous .
Tdegrapk.Constipation with, :fuU-,charf of the- ("
company/
; _: wFilp seelate :the benefits of up all the landmarks, while the other and no color seems 'too brilliant to be 4.e1. y bJvatthJa: end ol.tke liae..: ..nei. "'4a

is trying to have them preserved, know used by itself,or in a .combination with liver and kidney' w_ corporation ol the company insures rapid, :

ing that it is the only prominent featureof several, as a'dress trimming for are cured by Brown Iron Bitten which
weibess of themteaUhbene ndpermsamiteuiportadoafadli edoe ;
fcr ? attractiveness which the ancient city bonnet or.dress this spring.It enriches the blood, and strengthens. the, citiaeos of the eoatbs t coast,;teibitad=. ?.

# has over, any other point in Florida. ff voted{that PinVurt/Mi, nf.Chicago, whole system.. & vantages cannot' be',too"hidrir;.;[ *' "-rr*!' *
'vA.4 r There is land enough in the State to build been look after !
has employed a ,; the ir The Boston ,Board of Health,Lunacy t ""n ....T. -.t' "
.iya Please
millions of houses. new.. 1 ationalLandLey; e/'fi; tier/In and.Chuityvot .to.take'charge of the ; Alabaaialusagoosefarm'oftve'v]1adyed .' (,
GilaFB. historic spots hallowed. by so many asoe. :\ .
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"" H'"wN'' .. .7. "1R. ""- "' :jijf <-v" -".kr; Lt' nf the -Three 1dining :A:.Greek. In London. I His father .died ': \.q.... j
m' !'''".; .a.A' OtMf'wOnMHv.ri" r. 4" \Sf I ,. ., 1 I :to southeast't{ '" :,day Wedding -_." .- .
';d,'- : ''i''' 't. .:1>:' ".;."",, l.-::i.ff> ..itPf.E, ,..i.6I':! "f", are f IRtaI ?" ?'.y.y'., "i\ .}...,, .. E1i'.thi4frithJeve 41iree flowers I > and his mother, who, t -- :
.
1"J *" Last week I wathjfi
.I ttA.,, : f..f ; : :A London letter y : was .,
OS &:l $;"f;;.1! ".1'<' ....""", ...lfP: ..itl. : ,.;.;;.The papeViaein:: France' .' isswtly. and.. I open,. twenty-one' (among rthe .older' present at ah interesting ceremony in the second wife, was left to ,'

,.' .".4-'&. ........4J &JiUe. 1t. DYftd1lnl.'phJJlopi has no flowers) had advanced toward the north- self and her children frr ii..
t.'I' '.. ..... '; beautiful Greek church at Bayswater, ..
,, ""'- doubt contributed much toward its de-' east their horizontal 'face* becoming She lived in '"
:
.. :, comparative
:":...; '. .< "f. .,..,... btlitteditbrrbe .., in itself is a study of Byzantine archi-
-"iti1l' '"""". '"... a atructJonTbut aside from;:that 'the vine nearly erect during the journey. small wooden house. He :' '
\ aseeawbhetibarlellitlifr ._ _.. ... .: tecture and, elaborate decoration. A ; .,
.. .
'
.It. ItJ.3i' :
.
''''t'.N. \ ... seems to be in a staterof natural decay A nonconductor of j 'electricity has was a strong, healthy : .
... .. vial of her boy;
to wed
:i .1n.dried ..IkII Greek maiden was one ?
'
.. ), It'r- -.tq. .. k ,, :;:;.;;;.t"- Tlia""io uc'&nd vigorous. vIna.of.thisooantgmustj.in"the.futuresupply yet to.be found,for all substances hitherto her, no doubt, all the: .i
help 1M
_
oS. 'f:'< tf? *iPV]'" r'- ..' own nation, and to make her 'future ...
."%: ;: .... l}.L;"-fci-iU r;; ,,,!, ii'niinp; :' ....t.... iI t .the discovered are conductors of the home in classic Athens among his peo- : IIe studied well at 'school,",
4. T deficiency of the'Fim h.Vllie) rd& for under certain known conditions; always industrious. Ut .
... >: iui1bort? But few women ex- m.i
.,,,;;...;:- '"- .. .m.'WkrIliifIflii' ,"-":'. '. 3, I :Bricks are thus made without baking : but those which offer a great raistance'fA ple. very young men, he educated himself. :.
!J\ .Aft
: :;IJ cepting the bridesmaids, were present, : !
-- : --t Equal paste of hydraulic lime sand and it purpose of nonconductors would :
serve
doubt
: : : the no have been
.
.
.z;:. : 10It do'Map and I noticed that the men and women i&A. ..
, : .1.WJIIt. dcaft caicklv In?"' scoria are'pounded and then mixed, in practice, although they may be sent him to college at Prince JH
sat different sides of the church as
'ttL ...... ilwia: being made into a paste by the additionof all classed as good or bad conductors. on vard ; but the cost q .
was
,st.iA'1 1riM the logi is the case in our own High greatJailZ
a& goldtR
<< n. very
water. This is The
paste submitted to best conductor known at is
present poor widow's son
R.!iY- s'Moketiist hlniak and bold. could hopr
"'II churches. As the bridal party walkedup j
t'C. ..1Kmattadeanrthethrometbo : strong pressure in molds, and afterward silver ; the worst conductor is solid par- of the advantages of 1Iii
a
.. ,'- ...... the centre of the church two higher<
....<.? ,7f'"\ f'":.:., _' ........:csa--fold- _'JaIl- ".....wnl_ ., hardened in cold water. ,The bricks affine. The Mayall metal, a substance John Adams and Samuel XdL !11 :
MW..tlii- therefore it will be seen simply consistof composed of'plumbago and rubber golden dooH above the altar step3 were '.
, 5 -. a i. 'ti1 recently pass through Harvard ',
""' 'I&,r.;;WIa y daren we te air ,hydraulic cement. patented. Thomas J. Mayall of thrown open,and two priests appeared, Hamilton was at Coumbdq
rx '0 frowns and tears the while gorgeously robed, wearing curious hat- :
' "" Jit "-'- ..- ; There d" sometimes an advantagegained Reading; Mass., is said to be economical Jefferson at William "
) :,,:,- .-rPA".a '-. .. like coverings to their heads much like nnd.
,
.1 t'r' in blindfolding a balky horse, If and most efficacious in tills connection. Washington the moete ;
. ; c "}! is tb4.1sn'f sweet., ,
; those Jewish rabbis. One of "it.
.x worn by .
. : 1.a&r"'N the habit is not inveterate, closely band ,Dr. :Merkel states that the height of patriots was .

"'iJ.1' ..,. 'JIor, se. k,.with.=rfed' aging the eyes will distract the attention an individual after a night's rest, meas- these, the Archim.tnorite, is a h eself in ,the midst obliged of his to,], 'y

., .'- IDe_ 9 Wf7." and set the animal at work again. To ured before rising from the bed, is two man. They descend, each holding across farm. Like ;'a cR Ii..o;
} .! iiaTh Franklin '
:! : r
J. "," .' .. t rolist do this with the best'effect the inches than is in in his hand, and proceeded with
;; .! F :\i4Th -- .: bandagemUltfit greater it the evening, Shakespeare and Virgil y
'p
: : hb
r. the ceremony in a language quite unknown : j.
: atlook fororeoa sad evil;. closely over the eyes, and the measured standing. There is a grad read as he worked .
-"'%y Too will and them if.you davHaxts&ssasg-.: ;' common blinders whiclf[only partiallyexclude ual'diminution in height, caused by the to me, and found it was equally guided the plow.Washington at the,1 ..:

:, *, .: unintelligible to a distinguished Greek ;
.. light will not answer as well.' yielding the plantar archesand of the .p
.' !'I -V. i Artificial.,slates : Boil four gallons intervertebral discs ; and a sudden di scholar who was with me, who explain I had never agyj 1ei, i ti jc:

rT+T_=&eH them, look all for the f while ladneu: water, and add when boiling, four minution, when the individual rises, ed that the pronunciation of Modern. learn Latin or Greek, oreyenFnisV,'

{It- If TOO bring smiling visage ', pounds and one and one-half ounces occurring at the articulations of the Greek differs so much from that of the I His object was to make a livt41v,
To the glass,you meets smile.., ... ancient Greek of the schools kept no journal of his ,
=fir :ar 'Y"1'Allce Cary borax, and then one pound gumalac, lower extremities. The sinking at theankle university :I youth .$...

1..;.;.., ; in small portions. Then add two is one-third of an inch ; at the that though he could read it tolerably he desired to become a "great'' :iJti! ,.,. ,
;
'' r nL.Ti: wakes'anew this throbbing heart' ounces lamp-black, eight ounces silicateof knee, one-twelfth to one-eighth of an could in no way understand or conversein he was resolved to be an hosetr.'

" -J{ >'And: we are never old. soda solution (sirupy), one pound inch.; at the hip, two-fifths of an inch. it. It was noticeable that no instru and to maintain himself. At6nti..

t ',Orcr.the Winter glaciers nine The mental music enters into the service of. ment he thought of going into the' ".
-, w.,..IaeetbeSonnnerglow' ounces silica. When this mixtureis shortening at the knee is probably :..,

.t.And,,through the wild-piled( snowdrift of convenient thickness it is applied due to the elasticity of the cartilages the Greek Church, but the voice alone, I but his mother opposed it She aajj R;
.
R, The s
..........iIW. .' ". ---. -mErson.. Some experiments have been made by of the head of the femur into. the conducts the whole service. at home to become the founder of tkiii ,
: .f.;..: .-;. : : I was curious to know why I had seen public. The warrant
,:{!: : Dironger lteel. M. Decaux, on the effect of the electric cotyloid cavity. for matb l1i :,'

j.. **. '.* *?. lithe Swifter sword than of the.Spirit' ; light on the colors of cloth and paintings, I two wreaths on the table.. thinkinen .. .oer--- midshipman- was. alre..1dv'AitPMd.r.. .-.. -.., -,-.--t.

fg;: The light of the arrow truth-ia f etc. The colors were exposed for 15CO i baps, that two brides were expected,butI she interfered so' happily' for'a1L lit;:

f ..." > Greater than anger ?. hours under thin glasses to the actionof found that ,in this very symbolical would not part with her eldest wevHt*
** '
t:.: ""* Is love that lubdueth! Sanitary.
' I 11"t. ." an arc light at a distance of 150 cm. ceremony the bridegroom is crowned stay of the family. She feared tolepii!

} Adam born silent with unconscious light, (about 60 inches), and under these con EFFECTS OF TOOMCCII BUAIX WORK with flowers as well as the bii le. This him to,the temptations and d&ni8i ef:-

.;;.. So modest..in beauty shines most bright; ditions the effect of the electric light FOR CiiiLnnEX.-Dr. 'Richardson, F. I is solemnly done by the priest, and the a naval life. A mothei's love''simi'-
: Unaiming'charms with edge resistless tall,
;. And she who means no miackeif does it alL was found to be similar to that .of sun- R. S., delivered a lect11Ie'on" wreaths are crossed and exchanged him to his country. Forty-to(leis',

t'- .' '.* ..'...'...'... 'Aaron" HilL light, but only one-fourth as'great.It Necessities as the Basis of Natural above the heads of the pair in a wonderful afterward, in 1787, he could'sttftwiti t

t, What is beauty T Not the show is almost a self-evident fact'that Education," before the Society of Arts, way; until, with them supported as and subscribe himself, uIambflae V

.t. Of shapely limbs'and features. No. there should be some other way of dis- and brought forward the following facts : well as possible in position'liy an attendant madam, your most tdutiful and-alMK

These are but flowers "In groomsman, the bridegroom is led tionate G: '" ;
one large establishment son, Pashington. !5"
of than
.con
posing it into .
r < That have their-dated hours sewage turning !
'.' taining about six by the priest, intoning as he walks, still r .
To. breathe their momentary sweets,then go. streams. But there is hardly any censure hundred children, half At fourteen ':Washington becaae4il
t.- ."Tis the stainless soul within girls; and half the holding his bride by the hand, in a sort ;
f. too severe for those who cut and boys, means of industrial most
. That outshines. the fairest skin. of procession round the centre-table of accidentally surveyor, LIr.j.$id.
-r: : -Sir A. Hunt. store icefrom occupation were gained for. the '
-A--, polluted waters. Organic already taught himself write a
.x-. girls before the church, followed by the bridesmaidsand elandround :
'- t- of disease contained in any were obtained for the
germs are
':' Wliskgood I see humbly I seek to do, the assistant matron, and by two hand. He .drew well and wji'fc5
boys. The .
'' such ice. People drink water cooled girls were, therefore put
,
:! a And lire obedient to the law,in trust by of the careful mathematician,very correetaii'methodical )
S That. ,what will come,ud must come, will it in the summer, when the system 'is upon half time tuitions ; that is to say, young men party, each holding a in all that he did ; '
.k. welL large wax candle about six feet JlT&&j4,
come high
their time
. z .... :,: -J I' -Edwin Arnold. most liable to sickness that may last all of book instruction was reduced lighted and wreathed with left school and went to :stay:'withjk t

Y .,. .. f-_- the year round. from thirty-six hours to eighteenper white flowers elder half-brother who owned'the
; Absence ofoccupation and satin ribbon. It must have been a ,. teN|
is not rest, Air automatic electric mechanism week, given on the three alternate
estate of Mt. Vernon., ..
A mind jgnorance_. is a mind distressed. trying position for the man'and ; He seems.. te
fr. ; t-fc-V-" ;-Cowper.a that is designed to announce the approach days of their industrial occupation, the certainly neither young ''I have resolved already to become u.h-
a
dignified nor solemn
.
.' of railroad trains has been tried boys remaining .at full school time of a He' had "
veyor. the
surveyed
The truly:'generous is the truly wise; on what is called the Paris-Lyon-Medi- thirty-six hours per week, the teaching one to an outsider, looking more like the I' .the ;:
;:: And he, who.loves not. others lives unblest. being the performance in a cotillion than a religious around school-house, ,and
same the
j; :** *.u. Home. terranee line. It consists of a box filled on same system, of wandering, over the
country,
service but I 4JJt
told :
that
and ; was in the
by the '
.Jt with mercury placed under the mil at same teacher, 'the same had not sufficient knowledge to beoc8-t-!
Seldom school Greek Church much is symbolical and
can Uw heart be lonely the distance attendance in weeks and ,
required from in
: !b" If it seek a lonelier still. a.belL Whena both cases. On the years appeals only to those who can estimatethe a teacher,. like John'Adams'or,'-. i, l a!: '
f.; -Self-forgetting, seeking only train passes over this box the met periodical examine yer, like Jefferson. .He, seems tojw*
.
significance of each little ;
tion of the school
ceremony.
Kmptiereupeoflovetu.uLt
?/ cury is so agitated as to form contact surprise was ex
"
.t ncea Ridley Havergal., with the wire communicating with the pressed by the inpectors at finding how This processional march indicated joy found in little farming a pursuit. .that. bmuglt.. j';

much more alert and rejoicing, as by a dance. monev.: *to*
11; c : bell, and thus make it ring. mentally, the girls
Scientific and Useful. The sign of the He-
cross was the
very'con- passed winter in prepshimself
were than the :,
- =_ The South says that a number of boys, and in advance
stantly made by the congregation in for his duties ,wai.
in book attainments. as and .IS-::
ladies of Sumter S. C. have Subsequently ,
r '8fi'W 1Ja .Thompson: 'follows Dr.. organized industrial a Roman Catholic service, and the thick ployed, .when'.under sixteen,,bjLirt., ,
a silk association land occupation was found for the
J Thonai Held tinucrlbina to .man six town bought near the boys, when their time of book gold wedding-ring was ,used for that Fairfax., to layout his 1arge;"" .'

; ". senses. Instead of five;; namely, the sense purchased mulberry trees and was reduced from instruction purpose by the priest on the forehead of beyond the Alleghenies., ski| s sIn .
of force 'of heat of sound of oft silk-worm eggs, given notice of application thirty-six hoursa both bride and ?
.,. ; light, bridegroom before it,was
for a charter and entered upon th a week to eighteen, and after a while this pursuit he tiitl-,
taste and of smell. placed the pled
: on lady's finger. The pair
the boys were wilderness, slept on ta cfcUl( '"
venture proved
in business examination
a like upon
-
very manner.
\ J .An excellent soap-bubble: : preparation partook of the bread and ,wine under weather .
to have streams
obtained .swam honetaesvclimbed
The ladies propose to buy a reel and reel their previous on
[ IB :of oleate of soda and the same symbol. Of course the : .
composed glyce.riDe'and'froi mar- .
off the silk in Sumter instead of sendingthe relative position, which.was in advance over rocks and precipices'
; ; Jt'bubbles two feet in cocoons off, and hope to have at of the girls." riage was really and legally effected ,by performed ,his work well. Emrtoi 3.

diameter ins of exceeding brilliancycan time silk the registrar at an early'1kriod of the that he did was done well; 'HrpwV,
some
? be blown./ Some of these have been 'Dr. Thomas a Taylortof manufactory.Washingtonhas The TETANUS American FROM A CARIOUS Toorn. day, and a Greek lady told me that. ..theceremony tall and strong ; he could bear. bard**:.':

kept forty-eight hours under glass. Journal of Dental witnessed. included both and constant labor. ..HeVII trwfc.

An apparatus for recording'the exact : made him some that investigations the whichconvince Science says that a very remarkable case betrothal and marriage, hence its length for his honesty and good/falth.*?A1;
housefly of
common fatal
tetanus and
ascribed the irritation In
.' epeeda, ;:;a 'train.. .during. .. its. 'entire'. run, aside from being an annoying pest, of a carious tooth this variety. such classic society as nineteen he became the most'actn ii'
was we
scarcely
reported expected
} including. stoppsgesand startings, has ififcxwseased of the capacity of transmitting -* some time back in one of the West of but I found that ordinary food, of the.surveyors of.the coJoD .: BJ"' ::
, good English roast
. been invented by Mi Fbuzet.trlz ceived large sums'of hi .-
.
trlz ". 3.t.r. / disease by carrying the germs from England journals. The patient was a beef agreed admirably with money ;
'. .. ..Jaequellin- .says that carbons. free place to place. shoemaker, residing at Bridgewater leaves and delicious preservedrose never again in want; of.it until Me ta '.:
.. .honey .from life when his made Ida
fromash ..can;,be ,made Jby:passing dry It has been proved by numerous experiments who had enjoyed excellent health until Mount Hymettus, where the bees of today patriotism had :

: chlorine gas over pulverized coal or coke that flour cannot bear the he was seized with violent pain in the still extract luscious fragrance from poor coast'But ..

.. heated to bright redness.4. action of the sun, even .when not exposed side of his head. He was treated in the luxuriant and perfumed flowers, under his work was constant! 'Yot- ':

.. According to the Sanitary Review the directly to its rays. When flour first instance by a chemist for neuralgia, the sunny skies of Attica, as they did in three years he was always busy;fa:ti i

,. causes of the high mortality in l&mphis is exposed to the heat of the sun an but the symptoms becoming aggravated, the ancient times of classic story. The wilderness. He climbed'nwtujjafaa,.*::,.:

hare been shown by Dr.Thornton to be alteration takes place in the gluten Mr. Kemmis'; a medical practitioner, honey cakes we had .for .lunch on this explored valleys, became familiar with '

< ,connected chiefly.with the negro'poPU- similar that produced by the heatingof was called in. He found the patient insensible occasion I shall not soon forget. They the red men and the wild ten Dti-of the :

'. lation., the stones. For this reason it is advisable with his jaw locked and im were a dream of flowers and ambrosial forest, and evidently ,loved"his:border*;"

: .In Great..Britain the large sum of that the transportation of flourshould movable. Trea-iineut, however, was sweetness, and were washed down by a ifs This was the school' and;coDej:,j

: $4o,4oo,(xg) ,ooo is invested in railways.Sonie take place, if possible, on cool 'unavailing; the man remained insensible rich wine which tasted to me like in which: Washington trainedrfHt: '!

; of the engines weigh 45 tons and days or by night, as well as that flour and died in a few hours. At the I nectar. was the product'' -of'a''laborious jout ;

take a load of 60 tons at a speed of from should be stored in a cool place.A inquest Mr. Kemmis stated it as his 1 Had he been accustomed only'Wftna- :,

: 48 to 60 miles an hour. favorite antidote for rattlesnakepoison opinion that death was due to' tetanus luxurious life of-a city, he could revet t

t. .. : There: died in,New York city last in Mexico is a strong solution. brought about by a decayed tooth, and For Our Youth.Washington have borne the toils''and cares of ,Db'

year 87,951 persons The whole. number iodine im potassium iodide. Mr. H. H.] he characterized the case as a most extraordinary -In Youth. camp' life. Had he been less' honest, .f.

of suicides recorded was 199, against Croft has tested some of the poison one,a statement with which Fortunately for himself and his country -I aud true he might have sought a:crowa ,. ;

: 166 in1881, :152in 1880. Of these itself with this solution, and finds thata every one will agree. Simple trismus Washington was educated in pov and a tyranny instead of the'love'and

165 were men'and 34 were women ; 71 light brown amorphous precipitate is from some form of dental irritation, erty, the son of a Virginia fanner. gratitude of mankind. j

f', were'Germans,.50 .Americans and 20 formed, the insolubili of which ex- generally the '-'it!'cult eruption of wisdom From his childhood he was probably It, was because heed. to labor. ._;. to',,

Irish., S pi tins the beneficial action of the anti teeth is: not a very rare phenomenon employed in active labors. His father youth that Washington became nseftl."

; :Bordeaux: red is a'new coloring,mater t- dote. When iodine cannot be readily and cases, of,, it are recorded.: had large tracts of land that apparently to all men. We celebrate his birthday <

for wine. ,It to be 1obtained a solution of iodide But general and fatal
v appears a na potassium tetanus from a produced little The W
.. money. house in because he labored, not for himself, ,
tbaliDe Its in wine to which a few of ferric chloride simitutau3eis
dye. presence can drops happily of rare occur .which the young Washington was born for his Towg f&-
country.-Harper's :
,. be very easily detected. Silk is turned has been added can, perhaps, be'used as rence. Mr. Tomes has recorded a case was small, and built of wood.. The pie. 'fj',

... by it to' a granite red, and the addition an antidote to snake'poison. which was apparently due to the operation country around was wild and thinly .. ..

of a little ammonia makes the doctoredwinebrownV The sunflower does not turn with the of pivoting, and Wedl has men settled. Washington went to >;> '
a .
.. country
. sun, but a recent observer finds that a tiered one in which tetanus followed school, where the ,
teaching to" bi
was
The
very salts of nickel claimed .
;. 'I A. strong infusion sasBafras.root is majority of the flowers do have a prevailing the extraction of a tooth. In Mr. poor. At home in the plain,, country excellent and powerful are disinfectant-I'

:;. recommended .by Dr. Hinton as a powerful direction when opening' In the Tomes' case, as in the one the particulars farmhouse he could have learned little Dr. Hugo'I Schultz 'who' ,has studded'

;. remedy for poisoning,by Bus taxi "casebf one of .the perennial sunflowers of which are given above, death occurred Ilis mother was., an excellent their action ,.the cblorkK'0"1finds ," '
woman
' eodaaaroa..Wlten it: b cool cloth areto'the. (lld 4nl .*moOts),of sixty-eight flowers very.1100I1 after the first appear and taught her son industry and uses I !'
,,-, hon that even one-tenth of 1 per MoU
: ,wd In 1t aDd appibd' .frequently' : I. ,up to one time all had their heads in-I,sass of muscular spasm. esty. 4. solutk>MwiILkln bacteria tennoc. tf

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esre,homelt eelrpy 'Dtme=ftS1JY1"'.1, *-1lte'emaU pox has disappeared In Ju_ :
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-"'-;'., iF v&ar mmraDui' ''i:..... 'a t e1ieft1< L'tmt"home was' rW melons 1 nfl1ty eei to "i'piece ; I MERCHANTS' LJ&& k'tDVItME1JATY.
TOp,, ,,;" .d.1'--t. >t{*.r4_: #;wl ''''' b10)t3 bye dtidt&The ...... ._..,. lJ'"A J''' ,'I' !. ;, 4- ... .
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,',..' .;:._.. _: 1L"WI'....,iG,',waJE ." look'deeper Work>t on the beach.railroad, at'Feruandina'wl .. 'INDIAN, *RIVER. CarrylnTir. : the Jtfl's" DittgrElegalitSidewheeStii | : I.
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""" :' ......._.t--.- decree of: divorce for > ; !-'. ; : '
itor lt:Puk1Ieher. the .. ., soon. begin.Strawberries :, .. ;F.. S.. MAIL. .USE, ( ie'rs. ;
ofhomes. what he' "
: brealring np If "
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< In advax .
+ e.tt6o0lnehlsp&ce. ,fit for '
.4< .' caDs homes can' sell in Augustine Hull .. .. REGULAR. .MAIL., :f-: ;
'-, ,.-I8iquareaMlotalsii be)and are1 thus broken The Fast,' Ught-Draft, Steel .
cbueoompintea ten cents.Pergnart. ,, GEO.M.BIRDCapt.C.J.Merolef.; sIL
: up they Lire,rather prisons:for either one
t ; by the. The uncollected tax InHernando county Steamer, A '1'.A.'UTA.
Capt.
&reoe1ftauevtiOD. : : or both the parties and are not deservingof : .PL.1xT!t tNt.Fiw L '

..' ... wiDa' rates e-., nlre of the Editor the name. 'of "Honie'home/ sweet amounts to $2,362.30.- "CINDERELLA!" Capt.c.' II, Drock.. .d..... h. -;.
/ One the above-named yteamen Will leave
.a three cent stamp. ;
home.F'1' Colonel Hart of Palatka is just now .
De Bary wharf foot Lama street;daUyec ,
PAPEBmay be found on: Meat Adver- He says "Those crimes known as' being. shipping the last of his oranges.Mr. CAFT:'WlLL'H..MOO BE, ept lORD unlla ENTERPRisE.at3 p"m.and for, PALATKA all intermediate, SAN. .

?, I rt -l;Bowell & COB Newspaper Street where against'chastity; morality and decency; Harris,"the orange'king of Florida, Having ample and'splend'ill accommodations landings.' .. ;, j .f'" r4
!i:: JimwA.10, Spruce ) for Passengers and Freight, and ROSA, Capt..1,.L.imazeen. .
made for it filthy crimes, loathsome infamous this for his of
:,;. contracts- may be, nameless received year $63,000 crop arranged expressly for the Nail Ser- FREDERICK. DE,IialtYCapt.Leo.'Yogei.captain ; '
:;iI{ ft4 ..qJK/: crimes; had increased threefold, thus fruit. -. vlce and Navigation of this .beautiful WFJ 'J.SllatitUiesona, '

,w 1, ', $.: i9.the OFFICIAL newspaper' proving that,license of legislation Lad increased The post-office at Green Cove Springs River, will make regular trips, until One 'o Jt\e abovenamed'steamer'will .
',," .. & : license of living." 'Might not and further,notice, between leave"DeEary wharf foot of Laura street
..,,..,' .B .nzd county.. was broken open recently 'and robbed of dally except Saturday,at 4 30 p. m...and from .
:; f '" should not the Dr. look a little farther and'Laie Worth Tia a tie Ra Us S., 1!.and w. Railway wharf.,an& .
': _eAt' Poft Office. at TiiunUle asGgidon behind five, ,dollars., ,\, TitosTille Valatka Sanford,,Enterprise anti all Intermediate i
.
the sceneS
., and see if what, he A" '
CI"-J n" landings.
', ; "',\ .j:" .JU -. The new Board of County Commissioners all intermediate landings r
'7 t...&1..".. ,..!..' paints'so widely be not rather the faultof Touching at Connects at Palatka with Florida' Southern
: .1<.MJ; k..k.' ....,,'.... .- a false education than of .bad for Volusia county met for their,first as follows:' Railroad for Gainesville and Ocala. "4,.
', in a recent interviewI legislation ; Lake
.t ; time this week.Complaint Connects at Astor with St.Johns and
.t ': iieut "F.1orit.., and the. Legislarhandsomely ?. Does not legislation which. he Leaves TitusviUp, Tuesdays and Fri- Eustis: Railroad for Fort Mason Yalaha Lees-
.... : ''' :F that burg and all points on the Upper Oclawaha.
made
.-,;1i11 G_ '' Jni, giving\ me complains of prove the fact of an existingevil is near Quincy a days, at G o'clock a. m. Connects at Volnsla :With coaches' for' Ormond '

:' $ .of.land, on'which.. moneyrarse which the public mind- through-its sufficient quantity of ground peas can and Daytona. '
: <: opittiumg not be obtained for seed. Leaves Lake Worth, Wednesdays and Connects at Sanford with South Florida:Railroad -
\jp' 'c.r : New York and Europe legislators.is trying to remedy? What for Malttand,
-r'DeeJl \ iii Sundays at 10 a. m;the Rapids Longwood; Apopka City. .
-" \\tt.JlGWl"" ,,'! to'"r' ::d. We-are .at work: al-. the learned Dr. speaks of are little hell, In the city treasury of St. Augustinethere at2p.m.o steamers Altemont for, Lake Orlando Jessnp lmmee..and Salt Lake and Rocks with, .

i" i;' :.,, dan ? ild'winter and sum the resultant of a false education or no remains on hand according to thereport ledge and Indian River. a
,, : S -: :- Connects at Enterprise, with coaches .for ,
education. of the $2 25.54.
treasurer
'fJf's' n distance is from: 400 to50pBaii Daytona and New Smyrna and Tirusville. .:
'f1i t jackaonvihe tothe end of the Man is what his education makes ',him Gainesville it is said will soon have a JS"Passage or freight apply on board. Returning Mall steamers leave Enterprise)
from berths berths every morning at 7 and. Sanford at 7:30 a. m.,
The country level and -sup- and the sooner the Dr. and men of his ilk daily called the Daily See. It will be i Staterooms, two ,$1.-Single and 9 a.m., making close connections withS.
ii ; :. 50 cents, Meals 50 cents each. ., F.and VT. Kallway for all .points worth,
'.r?ashes enough'.for the ties.' I have no understand the fact the better for the ilk printed at the Wally Bee office. Jast and West.jThrough .. \

bd u bf tbat'this; railroad will n w. go and mankind in general. Our sons and The Democrat )'S Key West has tele- TITUS HOUSE, ,' bills lading given' to all points.
The steamers of this line are all first class !
-4: it.,thr ugh. :'Perhaps by next win- daughters the sufferers of a pernicious phones. Now she needs a gas and water Titusville, Indian River, Florida. In every respect.' ;.

il lendid 'tourist movement to teaching. They are taught, by precept works, street cars and a reading room. For further Information:apply at General
and Laura Streets.
.. f Iwfll be'able to go on to the south and example, to make a good "catch" in J. M. Stellenwerf, Manager. Ticket Offlce corner W.B.Bay WAT8OX.: :Manager.
; The St. the
Augustine WecUy fig
says C.B.FENWICK,Gen.Pass. ,
husband wife. and Agent.
1 lt Ci'that."peninsula and take Cuba in. a or Money. position. crop promises to be very large this year S&yThe above is ttridly a First-Cfas '
4. : is are sought while'merit and brains are at i
4 4,,,' .;plaiilh\iri'jay'experience. receivingOeelmallgration and that the trees are literally covered Hotel,jileasantly tilttated on Indian FOR SALE
: [ and accessions than a discount,, in the matrimonial market .

-t, ; faSry'pih: of the South. It is one of thelirtliest and the question naturally arises, "Who with, small.fruit. Hirer., 250 miles south (of :

1"11.' :States' in the Union.;",; is at fault for this false ,education f The Palatka Journal says that the, Jacksonville. THE TITTTS DO SE,

: ? .:**-:. ;- '.-- 4*. .. Who are the educators of the day ? Who Jacksonville steamers carry a barrel ,of ONIiTDIAN -, > '. :* -

1a:1'JI.J f.J 41* The Future of Florida. rise in the sacred desk day .after day, flour to Sanford for the same 'price that Accessible Daily by Fine Steamers,

{. ;f l WB' clip; the following' extract from a ;! year in and>year out, in times past and they do to Palatka. To the Sportsman, Pleasure Seeker, and B-PER,

;r;(mespondentof ''the Brooklyn (N. Y.) times present and claim to be the great The St..Johns and Lake Eustb Rail- attractions ,containing >; I. ,
Invalid this House
l' JhroT(7azrffe, who .has been travelling teachers in this broad and goodly ,land? road company will build a depot at presents Large. Office ,Pallor,:Dining Room,

itott Jlorida: He says: "Florida is'goio We believe marriage to be divinely in- Tavares as soon ns they have completedthe nowhere else to be found in the South. Pantries; Kitchen; "t v .

bo wealthy State. Even if her stituted and honorable but we do not believe one at Lake Eustis. : TilE MANAGER ASSUUES HIS GUESTS ALL :;

dry acre that has much to do TIlE COMFORTS OF A HOME AT MODERATE 16 Largo ,Alry ..Dedioolns, ,
}fl ,fcU produced nothing, every Deity very Mr. Allan Dawson, one of the enterprising -

L. 3; m time; possess a high value as a with many-very many of the so called young editors of the Enterprize RATES. 4t Servants' Quarters, .

; ; 'sanittrium.' The eighty orange trees of.' "matches" or mismatches of the day. Herall, leaves this week for.the.North to Open Summer.& Winter. and all necessary outbuildings. ;

'4 tj.Jrli8ti.w rtt'Apopka that yielded so4'airgel1stan Man is the that does the business and
one complete his education. Opened for the Season. Cistern. 12OOO gal capacity, j
i Florida shippers vegetables are advised '-a120- (
l f-: The,crop sold on the trees for one out a single case where God joined two by a Philadelphia firm to pack eA man who is interested in his own .d .
ITUR
I1' iid half cents the whole souls that to be FUR :
a per 'orange, together ever sought put ,
all their truck in crates as it keeps betterin welfare will be to know that
slnoautng# to over sixteen hundred dol- asunder. Deity docs not do his work by crates than in barrels. pleased including 'Piano and Billiard Table. -i

II 'JjnyThe cost of fertilizing and of caring the halves, it is man that docs the i. ANDREW GIBSON .. -1
tiP-1 The Palatka'Jotnnalsays that the Pa- The Grounds.. .j
l Jfor the tree is but a comparative trifle. shod business. '
latka and Indian River Railroad Com- I the finest to be found in 1
pisIs/ !the State there are now over three hun'thoasand The learned Dr. should not by the Keeps oysters are Large and Nicely Laid Out. 't
their force of ....
|$|f' ,bearing trees a few onlyJfjJ blame of false teaching on the enlightened pany are daily increasing Tltu,'llIe, -ALSODESIRABLE .':"
work Lake Como.
-: of them ire yielding as.largely as the best legislators' backs. lie is manifestly monarchial men at grading AND SERVED IX STYLE TO SUIT PATRONS.O .

/\ ;l tl,Kr;Stewart's. Within fifteen 'years in his'tenets. He says "It is said The upper Oclawaha Steamboat Com- Y TOWN: LOTS, ,

l l f tovirill be millions of trees valuable that we are not in accord with the piritof pany are making preparations to thor- For Business and
Plain and Fancy Cake made to order. or Dwelling Houses;
sihe average of his. For a number the age." How can we be when the oughly occupy the watery of that region.

|fTain the chief interest of the peninsula'bM spirit of the age is a spirit of skepticism? Their line will comprise four boat 'JJatcr's Bread always on haml. .GOOD, LANDS ;

& jjf been the propagating and culture of This is a heresy born of free thought in In some sections of Middle Florida a Also a first-class Barber shop attached. For Gardening "i

if{ hfce orange.' It is likely to increase, untIl11ttJle' the matter of religion-asserting our peculiar worm attacks the roots of the Terms Easy to ResponlbleParties. '

g* greater part of it is devoted to the right to choose the religion which suitsus Irish potatoes in spots, leaving the place NORWOOD'SFast. I .
.. t
. ,( rlangol f, this fine fruit-a crop that will best Yea, but who has had the looking as though it had been swept by Hack Line ,

gt (yield under.favorable circumstances fiftftfatd. moulding of the spirit of the age for eigh- Apply or address- -t

:%' t hundred dollars net profit per acre.Zj'ttr teen hundred years? Who shall say that fire.An order has been sent from the Xavy i MRS.:M. E. TITUS, a

is'signifies what the future of 'Flori- the spirit of skepticism the Dr. complainsabout Department to the authorities at the I The Cheapest and Most Direct Titusville__ : : : r :' .Florida.SPORTSMEN'S' ,,,;

i, irillbe, without regard to other fruit is not the great truth-seeker of the Pensacola Navy yard authorizing them .n '

ri? .ploducts that she will excel in. Improve- age sifting the chaff and dross in which to spend- ?3,009 to preserve from decay ROUTE EMPORIUM !

:'r ftoaite are under way. Water ways and is.enveloped the great truths of creation? the Pensacola dry dock. ToTltUNVlIIeand Indian River. R. c. SCRIMGEOUR, .i
.
I'ft roadiare being constructed, and oth- Truth never suffers from investigation '
rr ; .v Through passenger trains commenced CARRYING THE IT. S. MAIL.
\ !eu ere being constructed, and others are and questioning. Error solely cannot running between Pensacola and Jacksonville Tai derniiSt and Naturalist .

i$: f tered that will make of easyaccesstJte'temotest bear interrogation and is not consonant --- Birds & animals monnted with some respect "; ;
last Wednesday and the trip is now
,
; part of it. The advantages with free thought free speech, free press ONE trip DAILY between the ST. for Anatomy. ,1;
'
made in less than twenty-four hours and
Everything appertaining to 'shooting
JOHNS and INDIAN RIVEKS.
c superior harbor facilities both the and free
men.
on without change of cars.Palatka and fishing to be found at my establish
tic and Guif coast will permit di- The learned Dr. says "In this general Leaves Enterprise EVERY :Morning, arriving ment antI at reasonable rates.
it is said had the first Tan {
JfE.I1 abroad by 'vessels of the decline and laxity of morals the woman at Titusville the SAME day. Also dealer' in" the 'Celebrnte
r > eat tire: will suffer the most, and if it be not gerine orange tree in Florida. The bud brand Asbestos paint in .all colors
was received by Dr. Moragne before the ReturningLeaves for The best and
ready
.rJf.-t 42he use. cheapest .
most valuable acres agricultural checked she will be dragged down to a
war and from this came all the kid .Titus villt EVERY morning, arriving paint ever introduced for House or Boat
j iA-1J:: ok-f';7lndeestof' .;" the' Western mines, before degradation from which I fear there will glove, in this State. at Enterprise In the evening.- use. OH stoveS In great. variety, suitable ..

,, 'i-;-,.., years 8 have past will be a a part of be no recovery." We ask the learned oranges for family or boat use. ..

-;-..f'.i. -'.#5e....State. of Florida:: This opinion may Dr. if woman ever held a more exalted The Halifax Journal learns that arrangements AddressW.. S. Norwood LINSEED OIL Wyi WARRANTED .JPURE.Eraffs .

,K 4 ?f--: girded as venturesome ; but a conideration and elevated position than she does in are being made to run a daily Celebrated Aslral
TITC9VILLE, FLORIDA. l.Oil .always in
| \,;; of the data at hand, a visit togioves'and this age of skepticism: ? When ]tai she hack line from New Smyrna to Enterprise .
"\ !th this fall, passengers and mail to be ARRIVALS & DEPARTURES OF:MAILS. STOCK
an enjoyment of the cli- ever before been placed on so equal a "
h.' From Enterprise to Tltnsvllle.
t r .soat 'wll,warrrant an expression of It. footing with man? Must she attributeher transferred to Daytona by steamer. Leave Enterprise Monday Wednesday and I Triple plated ''Table" ware from the .:

;' .!tl >o .- at elevation to the spirit of the age skeptical The locomotive "&miuolc" while Frldur Arrive at 2 at a.Tltnsvllle m. Monday Wednesday House Holmes, Booth Ilayden..;': :.

"" } WK: have before us' The Florida Church- though it be or is it "this general standing on the side track of the South an.I1-'rflln\Leave Titiisvlllo 9 p. m.Tuesday Thursday and Lanterns, Razors, Combs,.,Nick 'rNacksIn

)1v s t,ai for April 1883. The first article is decline and laxity of mom Is" that the Florida Railroad :it Sanford, a few days Saturday at 5 a.w. endless variety. l t
j:''' .....:. Arrive at Enterprise Tuesday Thursdayand
: t' 1I...'Dr.. Dixon Divorce." As wef'Yetepeatedlysaid Dr. appears to be worried about that i> ago: preparatory to her starting out,burst Saturday at 9 p.m. Cigars; Tobaccos Pipesand .:

before now, we are a doing so much for the elevation of woman.If her boiler. One man was injured, though; From Daytona Tltnsvllle. all smokers' articles.' \ "' "

: J ",believer in.true Religion and hence a we mistake not the teaching of the not fatally. Leave at C I p.>ujtoiuTuctnluy:in.Arrive Thul'lkJlL'nnd Saturday When cannot find ""' '
you
; 1t'1 t Idvocate.o purity and morality and church is rather that the woman shall be 3Iarrianna Times: The cave that has Monday at 10 Titusville a.m. Thursday Saturday nUll what yon want In the other'stores" In ''Titusville ",(II I

i"'a 'that pertains thereto. For subservient to the man, that she should! its mouth near the river bridge is said to Len," Titusville Thursday Saturday and just give R. C. S. a'call and/you 'I!

' {.f:;4da reaaon we purpose to review some of be silent in the-church, etc. We believein be wonderful in extent. Parties who Monday Arrive at at 2 Daytona p.m. Wednesday Saturday anti will be sure to,get suited. ..*; ."

t:6elearned: have explored it claim to have Monday at 6 a.In. <,
penetrated
W Doctor's views on 'divorce. and advocate the exaltation of woman 1

\t \TdD1 in treating his subject, says he is to the highest point possible with our enlightenment to a point under the court house and Leave From:Titnsville Titnsvillc Tuesday to Eau and Gallic.Friday at C. J. HECTOR;: t.. I

}I \ 11 s'J Band in doubt-at a loss for re- and in so doing exalt the II while there to have heard plainly the :i a.w. .'. ..

't adequate to state the kind and de- race. If she makes a mistake matrimo- hpcaking of the lawyers then engaged in at Arrive i! p.IU.Lt'avc. at Eau GaIHe Tuesday and Friday Hardware and, >. 1

i, k Of- social curse., He says "This nial through incompetent teachers, let the argument of some case. at 6 a.m.Arrive.Eau Gallic Wednesday and Saturday .' \ j -- 1

t.c -etil. that strikesat the very corner- her rectify that mistake and rise to a "The overplus of Mexican dollars in at Titus i11c Wednesday. and Satur. .
day at 7 p.in-
"'I'
'tr-- ,.: ':;+aMa .. 6f civilization-the. h ome." Hegoes i higher elevation rather than l e forced to Key West says the Peusacola Commercial, XOTICC.The General ProduceMERCHANT

4tlte- poW. .. out its pernicious effects sayWo a regretful and adulterous life in a bell caused something of apanic, and merchants business of II. P. Wilkinson & Co., .

d" 1j' worse harm would be done if by'' called a home. refused to take them unless at was discontinued the 1st of January last. -.

=..g CWl's art' sulphurous fumes ,. eighty cents. As it was known that U. l. WILKIXSOX &; Co.
,i t old' It is intimated that Sunday Melbourne, .- .Florida. :
be made a paper
to pour out of the five some $40,000 were in town and all had November 1380. n 47LUMBER -
-if .rtgistets,of his chapel than that will soon be published at Jacksonville.The been takenat ninety cents, a meetingwas RccUcdge Cash Store.I ".
will ontinue business at the Rock-
ch is done to,society by the loose.and Sanford Journal says': Having called by the business men and a ledge Cash Store, keeping a full line of .! .

t tn of div ree; which: dries up from heard that the rumor exists in some localities compromise was affected by them, agreeing Groceries, Dry, Goods, Hardware, etc., Will be furnished tl?.order on short notice -

'.JIJ!e ? of chastity,virtue and,hon- that there is small-pox 'in Sanford to raise them to .eighty-five cents during the ensuing summer which w< i
.."'.J 1i" ;. I earned Dr. goes on to show'on'tztick''tbat we say for the benefit of all con- hereafter. will sell for cash only at greatly reduced at 818.00 per thousand., :, V : i

+ 'in the land of the cerned, that there is not, and has never .< .. rates and I hereby constitute Mr. W. D. LUMBER & SHINGLES't I
Roberts duly authorized agent during -
my
:' n tsn'Fatliers"! 2,000 homes are rbroP been a case here. Should there unfortu- Apalachicola is 'to have a telegraphline absence from the State. :' "or :
my
band.
:.- hesitate state costing $2,509, from that place to:Marian t _,,:t I
every year and 4,000' persons are nately be, we shall not so to H. P. WILKINSON :
e ,:Would he not be safer in immediately its occurrence. no. $2,200 have already subscribed. 'Rockledge'Apri1261883: '52t5 t C. MAGRUDER ;&.>.CO: t

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-";'.2-!:".":.";, ; .. .. ..'.. 1.i .........".feet.... .wed. ai, Iaaia. '"-C t. .fit;-.bot J' It ist'ffhvm i.. andmelgc&; When hot' ., drj'weather. from the air.. ,Recent, investigations ened, are employed to. .
.a'. :f7JII. .-.. :.....,..lI' being. an easy road. ".to wealth for Gems.:the i plants in"the hills,began ,to prove,however, that the odor and flavor from one pulley
to
', };,.i.. .I 111 1fib).aoioeltralb'w'eti' :1Dt thosB who have all the details to,:learnT dry up, while those on level ground grew of the grapes are cine to the, fact 'that of .the pulleys the.oti '.

.:%,,."" .........tai y.'tll." >..-"7. a uuirg.dffyelabiesrrvflrse I ... freely J.He thinks flat cultivation decidedly the sap of the vine absorbs them from I purpose, perfectly being ftat '
ti;: '..i6.. !totrit'itiiea.eit .the beet; unless on wet ground. the soil. If disagreeable odors may thus ; 1114' .
'" ftlIi ,: iaeeesiarl' 'tosy mites ,!'Iedae.1'Mc.., ,Posting of cucumber, melon andquash find their way into the grapes, why, bya I I with a varnish of, roaJiL"':. '
It bat little difference whether asphalt.
:w.; : .) sMe jlit ciniiae; :Dew plants with plaster early in the similar artificial process, may not : ,),: "
plant Osage orange or hawthorn for ;;-at.
.,.. < ;xlih.. .,. .tI lt,..,,.-alfigei. '. n.bi..jedod'of.. + you fencing in your, farm. Either one morning, when the dew is on, has long grapes, and indeed other fruits, be possibly -'I A foreign manufacturer;
: p ..tf return to:*-state'ofcf. makes good.fence been practice/1 for checking the ravagesof flavored to suit the, taste, however : out, mathematically, that I ia -

t\t: J, -ftII.f1t. .O0 vegetable garden : tended a to 'and neither when properly' at the striped bug. A.little Paris green :varied and whimsical. the most serviceable wfod,iI". ..
-' ; one makes a fenc 1 _,_,_,__ _, blows at a
II ; velocity of
i" U r of choice, and I or London purple,' however, either applied L m" some
at all
The Osage .
when neglected.
fr. rtlt thaw J ti'.bQt whichrequirements In water or mixed with the feet a second. The faJi(
t .1 one pUc orange will make a fence in less time plaster, Sham Butter and Cheese. .:..I,It'.
..... t'..i lli eih5e.leeett; of soilatpolere.lsidroDQienlence'and is a much more effective application.If mill revolve, it is to be .
: than hawthorn, but it will cost more to Can tell what is drift-I double .
: dairying nearly the oTS
after anyone velocity t
#, ; '
are .
cabbages set out one yard .
? !tbtilMe keaa laiannee.tip encloeed it islaaaoytag'to keep it in order, on ,account of its each way nearly 5000 can be grown on rig to? We hear of all sorts of queer The lowest number of I da
thrifty growth unless let it take
you monstrosities from lard-cheese to cot- that the provedI
arrive at year wind
a period when theonalde one acre. Such being the case it is a ii
pfl its own course, as our,worthy (or unworthy ,
ton-butter. No knows what he 180 and
li...IKMa It tOTDeetprompt- man was the greatest
profitable when i np
successfuly
crop grown, ,
) trustees do the one growing on
if he it. Simulation is the
ly tbi'detnuots it"itle eats buys In the
opon the burial grounds of our country seat as this vegetable not only sells well but, I production of.li ...
< 'loarg'been knoiin:that heavily Said hedge is twenty-five or thirty feet on account of its keeping qualities, affords spirit of the age, and no end of science 'glass a mixture is used,of jM...
and skill is to deceive. A
j ti stoeklatf an old garden 1 with red clover, high, and where it is thin enough for green food in winter for animals employed quartz sand, with from'thirt?.%
'aad/aBowing tt' to remain two"'yean'plowing cow to walk through they have put Inboards aand poultry say nothing of the family clever imitation is what men prefer to parts of dry carbonate of aoditsiif

k- t wl eut ,*will 'hang the- soil I and nailed them to the stems of : .-Farm and Garden. produce, and the public are led to de much sulphate with charcoal 5)2to )

., ,'biclrtoitetfettSllh"inidv gor.: This is I'the hedge. That kind of a fence ,I American Wonder is a seedling pea, vour. The simplicity of genuineness is forty parts of chalk. GeiJiV:'J
&.a otw "dOD the out of the running, as things go in the dow
it'is result of between glass consists
let lgi'farniets'but; would call a nuisance. The nice thing a cross the Chain of a.double? sHaita'
..j. bird toersaadeai. "village resident"to about a well-set hedge fence is, you pion of England and Little Gem. It is world. The public must eat 'what is chalk and potassa-100 parts tit." '

:;- i dollt > ,reaaedy io:far ,outside ,of hisovne. always have a surplus of materials, and I one of the earliest wrinkled peas in cul- given them, asking no questions. The sand, fifty'parts of pear ,_. _. '
l1llB .' :.:Ai.'a ;substitute which tivationof the finest oleomargarine men have done a: terrible to' t h ,
the brush or trimmings will always pay quality and wonder ty-five thirty parts of chaft> ....
1. 'under'.certain conditions,-is even better to gather and burn them ; whereas, in fully productive. .Its great distinctive lot, of mischief, and offal is the god parts of nitre. 'Inmanymixtn: '

: thanf clover;; I.would recommend"planting -. repairing a rail fence you must always feature, ,however, is its compact and whom they delight.to honor and exalt. mon salt is an ingredient 014'Off'firstqualitiesofglassiscompj
f; / At all points they aim to circumvent
iCrawLerrieg. Oh 1f'of the dwarf seldom
gar supply new rails in place of those that growth,. .exceeding. ten
.t i., ,d. < 'TJy\be. "planted at a time;leaving have rotted out. / inches in height. the-dairymen. .and.. swindle"the. public.. parts quartz and, fifty parts dn :
,toe otter the or In trees all the vine taste ot me people is aegraaea oy ber's salts 17 *
i ball/for raising such transplanting roots $ to 20 parts of lt J
The fence if taken Mri,
hedge of is
"' I care the sham butter and cheese which
!r,,, ,_ vegetable; tm continue to'lIourlsh. which may have become bruised or broken seems four of charcoal.f'l' S
an everlasting fence. I never knew ,
: to be jpal. Men's stomachs nowadaysare 4e1" <
PJ01r"at''andinAprU; in the process of lifting should be
Do not the
to die that empty boiler under jin
one was taken care of. Icould .
I? sepulchers for abominations
*plant irtrong plants of very cut clean behind the strange
vigorous broken
any away part
but cool it d .
pressure -w. :
? show you hedge fences more than wu' ti:
which they ignorantly rather than innocently -
tatty With perfect' bloeeoma'and de as they then more readily strike out new
water in
then
1 a hundred years old, and good fence ; open 'the blowcifl'and !
J swallow. This
sort of thing is
ilnble'ft! hi'rows thirty inches apart roots from the cut parts. In all such let the water out
yet-good enough to turn hogs of pour To'qtiifcithe ;
Z :fifteen 1nCbsbi the leading them they know not whither,
the
and row. Keep cases cut should be a clean sloping the.
cooling
horses. I damper
would advise farmer maybti$'
clean and allow the to all every and and posterity will pay the piper: It is ;
: cover one made in
gunners an upward and outward and the steam blown '
that has open off
,
.
nice-laying farm to plant tkireej
t hb ground. tom'.in the fall mulch direction. no longer that which cometh out of, but
hedge fence for road and line the safety valves. Do not, on
fences.It
*
Of
that which
lightly with chopped, straw, and in the goeth into the mouth that
ii weeds don't make any difference whether it From six grade Jersey cows :Mr. D. defiles. Meats and drinks of count, dash cold water on'Uf"c11 ',
: following g pull any that many
up is hard froze wet from B. Harden of East 'Vassalboro plates. But, in cases of enwpNg f
the last
or big Me., kinds ;
not what
: show themselves! ,Under anything butextraordinary are they pretend to be, J I I
r [ w. CirClnm8t8nCP&-: rain, you can trim hedge fence all the made, from January 1, 1882, to January and there is a. great deal of "tricks pour cold water.in. before the hot wit:
\ as
a same ; in fact, winter is the time to 1, 1883, 1318 pounds of butter, besides, that are dark" in what for is let out, and mix the two; toga ti'
k- frost dairy
very late or peculiarly unfavorable passes
-
weather, fat''. time shape up the hedge fence. With a good milk used In a family of four persons. goods. as to cool the boiler down gradoaiy i:;
; blooming will
: -you hedge fence around your farm you can This butter was sold in Boston for Whose fault is this ? Well iii generally, and not suddenly and'bear:
Jn June-pick' sY
k large of berries a great ,
crop
rest contented till morning without 478.04' or nearly $80 to each cow. It If a boiler is blown off under,. '
;. whlch'wtllbe:trifle more difficult to part the dairymen's, for they have
being afraid the wind will blow down sold hi summer for 34 cents per pound, pressure the plates and brictwodthileft :
: .
pick than if they were in separate rows. spoiled good milk. They have given an '10.
the line fence and let yom neighbor'sstock and in winter for 40 cents per pound.I hot. The hot plates.harde Ii
:. ,After.picking remove'all large or tall opening for the shoddy men of the dairy
!;J. growing' weeds that may have'grown in on your fields of grain.. I admit Peter Henderson says the best shadinghe who are growing rich out of offal. The scale, and the hot brickwork huti'tkiboiler. $ :;

.; and leave the plantation for anotheryear's : there are other kinds of fence that has ever used for the glass in greenhouses law complacently lets ,men sell what Cold water dashed'oa.telitplates .. ":

.. -fruitage, mulching, again in win- can be made quicker and cheaper than 11 I or hot-beds is naphtha mixed they like, and the sham is, often enough, will cause severe straina!.*:
hedge,but they will eventually rot out with little white lead local contraction, sometimes; : .I t': ,
a so to
ter. ..The result will be a crop of ber- as give it better'than the real one. Shoddy sells
.r.. lies nearly'as. 'large.. as.the first and then to replace makes them the I the appearance of thin milk. This can well enough to be carefitllymade, and to fracture the seams. .*'
Immediately" after'bearing, the heavy most costly of the two. Not so with be put on the glass with a syringe, so the makers of counterfeit butter and English mechanic gives the.'tofla ,i.

i crop. of old and. new.plants which covers the hedge. It starts up every spring I very quickly, at a cost not exceeding cheese do flourish.:' Dairymen who make ing for soijening'steel: "H..t' *;
. .. the land''should' be'plowed under and and puts out its leaves, and appears to 25 cents per 1000 spuare feet. It holds inferior butter and cheese no matter steel to a dull red heat, hold it*n--

the ground planted. to-late cabbage or enjoy life with the fresh grass and I on the entire season until loosened by how real the goods may be,'are out of dark or shady'nook or cornerterlilyei; \

Swedish turnips The following springit growing grain. As for the hedge dying ,I the fall frosts. the running entirely. If only the palateof can just see the ,least possible:dyed!
win condition out on account of thin sou, it is out of Some think* the is redness, then cool immediately vib Jat J-
be.in to grow a very very highly of the Shrop public suited, it matters not if
large crop of early potatoes, followed by the question when sod is put under and :I shire breed of sheep-good for the production the article be real or pretended, so careless the ordinary temperature, ljw|
'After this the subsoil on top ; the leaves from the of mutton and dairymen will be able to file or turn it wi&Wi
celery. ground will befit 1 what is known can hardly "make ends
hedge will keep the soil rich enough. I I little I have tried this oeiW|
for''any garden .crop, and the'other as clothing or delaine wool. This sheep. meet and tie." But one thing is clear : difficulty.
of the gamen'cali' would rather attribute the cause of the is of the makers of from the smallest sizes uptoonftsekv'
4' half be subjected to possessed strong constitutional vigor really first-class cheese
. .
hedge dying to the of
surplus in diameter with >
the rotation. The stagnant produces II' ana butter hold success; beyond tkat I
same result of treating a compact fleece, matures can their own and will
'a garden'once in ten or twelve years water poisoning. the rootn.-loica Home early and has a beautiful form. It is hold their own against, the nefarious have not gone. I do not claim that ttfc.j

,to a change' of this kind will be eminently stead. claimed that Shropshires do excellently stuff that is made in any and every way,is better than,'or as good era,'as R|

: satisfactory and profitable.jLmmcari .- Farm-Notes. wellin large flocks, and the ewes are cmmtf)'. A weeding-out process is going that, have been given for annealing.. {

..'; ; Gardener. With slow-growing sorts like celery, wry prolific, producing, it is said, 40 on, and goods which are mere simu- but there are times when the delay cf ';

", carrot, sage, asparagus and even par percent. of twins. The ewes make good lations will take the place so long occu- the ordinary process is extremely ineei

'Market i-denlng. snip and onion, mix one-eighth of quick- mothers, giving plenty of milk, and are pied by the products of mil that was venient, as in the filing of 'tara
e8son' 'furnishes its careful.A spoiled. If then the tools of a particular shape nanaal> i.
Every crops of growing sorts, like turnip and radish, oleomargarine :
t. unmioeessful'merchants or mechanics, to mark the rows for an early weeding. correspondent of the Kansas Farmer business, the melted tallow and other ing steel .when the skin ''is taken at.\

I who ask our agricultural editors if A writer in the Farmers' lleriew says he has been experimenting with less creditable things, shall result in etc., and then this mode.answer*.ad4;..

market-gardening does hot pay large'profits notes as a "singular fact" that all the srghum as fodder for farm stock and bringing about a thorough reform in mirably."- |

. and if there is not a good persons injured or killed by "dangerous finds one acre of it equal to an ;acre of dairy methods, we shall have reason Common articles of hardware,.wdijat

'chance in this business for an industrious bulls" in Illinois during the past five com. His cattle eat it readily, consum after all to be grateful to men for screw eyes, hinges, handles'etfcaj' -j>1

".m tn t9 better his condition. years were attacked between the monthsof ing stalk and all, and it makes them as whom jew of .us entertain lings.that polished by tumbling in a', revolTiif|

, Judged by the high prices the average August and January. sleek and fat as corn-fed stock. lied approach to respect or affection. But barrel. The tumbler is charged unbent

,. citizen 'pays. for his vegetables in the With very careful management an plants in hills, about double the quantity let the public have fair protection, let half full with the goods, mixed d *\.

large cities it seems to him there must attention to the health of the ewes he would use if he were cultivating them know what they buy; then the material selected according to expert

: be money in raising vegetables. If he coupled with personal attention at lambing 'for sirup, and when the seed is ripe cuts, I dairymen will win-if they want to ; ence as best: suited to do the-wotf t

could remove to the country, say within time, one hundred lambs can be shocks and cures, same as cornfod- : and if they don't the fault is their own. I Small scraps of Iron, sand and gnwel):

an hour's ride, he' could attend to his raised to the one hundred ewes. The der. If cut before frost he says it .. with the attrition of the metal$':

;" city business without loss .f time, and ewe flock should be kept in good heart, will retain its sweetness all winter. The New Boy. away the roughness and put a mode'i'; ;

by hiring good gardener he could havecheaper and fed enough., Professor IB. Arnold Sthe ately smooth surface to the wort'.ThaT;\

>> vegetables and fruits, and add A writer in the Home and Farm points in favor of dairying are : First, lIe was a bran new office boy, young, charge the work into a tumbler parHh. i.

something to his income by sending the used about a quart of sawdust in each a dairy farm costs 10 per cent less to pretty-faced, with golden ringlets and filled with leather scrap or skiving eatj j.

surplus to market. :Nothing looks more hill of one plot of potatoes and none hi operate than grain growing or mixed blue eyes. Just such a boy as one fine, mixed with crocus or any that

feasible on paper;nothing is more delusive another plot. The sawdust hills yielded agriculture ; second, the annual returns would imagine would be taken out of polishing powder; after which it tan be 7:
In : business average a little more than other bran- his little trundle-bed in the middle of cleaned and additional !
practice Every to nearly twice as much as the others, and brightened by an
be successful, requires a responsible the potatoes were larger and smoother ches; third, prices are .nearer uniform the night and transported beyond the tumbling in sawdust and Hme.1 '&]?

head, thoroughly acquainted with all its : and more reliable \ fourth, dairying,exhausts stars. The first day he glanced over above a general 'feature'of'.this kfa*!

details, and giving: it his personal attet n- D. K. Shauer, ins letter to the loan the soil less; fifth, it is more secure the library in the editorial room, be- of work. Almost .every mannfaetarhas .
Homestead, says that a simple;sure andeasily came .. """
acquainted
tion. There are many points hi marketgardening against changes in the season, since with everybody, some peculiar .system of management -&
.that can only be learned by applied cure
experience, and if a stranger to the in give a few slices of onions hi from wet and frost and varying seasons, in the evening as happy and cheery as a l made. Some use oil or water; then toSthe :

business undertakes it, he will pay dearly their feed. They eat them readily, and and he can, if prudent, provide against sunbeam. The next day he appeared, : work in lime water; and again tnrbie *-'_ ,
one or two feeds does the business effectually. leaned '
out of
the
for his education:, Some three hundred drought. back window, I expectorated 'I hi sawdust', to dry and hrighte.;;

.. dollars to the acre are needed as The .report of the Ohio State Board on a bald-headed<< printer's I The black oxide, of iron ,(anvl'ecalta)''"

. capital to carry on the business to advantage During his recent travels in Europe of Agriculture for August and September pate, tied the cat up by the tail in ,the is much' used were it can be had.. A
.' : eves is' Professor Budd, of the Iowa Agricultural furnishes hallway had four fights with another little
a man practically acquainted some figures respecting 'plumbago''is sometimes throw
with it, and knows how and College, found vast fruit region dogs and their work which are most boy, borrowed two dollars from an into the tumbler to give the work *:

where to invest every dollar. Theques- hi nothern Russia never before explored striking. In 1881 Ohio contained 191-, occupant of the building, saying his shining black surface. A'strong bandor

': bona to be solved are location in reference where the mercury sinks to 30 below 9-27 dogs, which killed 34GOr sheep and mother was dead, collected his two keg on trunnions with a'smaU'doflf{

to market ; soil, what .kind and zero, in which choice apples, pears, wounded 31,422, of a total value of 5172511 .- days' pay from the cashier, hit the janitor for charging is the most suitable small.1

'how much ; what crops to grow ; what plums and cherries were grown in unlimited -perhaps more money than all the with a broomstick pawned a coat light work. j'

. kindsof.manure to apply. .to agivencrop quantities. dogs in the State are wortli. This report belonging to a member ot the editorial j.-

and the quantity ; what It is worth the experiment of training is from the books of the county staff,.wrenched the knobs off the doors,. .. :;;.:

.; tools are wanted ; what, seed to a few vines of the sweet potato to auditors as returned by township assessors upset the ice-cooler, pied three ganeysof Western Shovel Manufacturer.. '

plant;' what teams are needed, and climb on short, poles. ,A recent writer and is no doubt approximately ,type, and mashed his finger in the PJ'rrsnURG.-The quarterly meetiaC.

what labor to carry on the business succeasfnlly states that with a few rows so treatedhe correct. Secretary Chamberlain well small press. On the third day:a.note of theVestern" Shovel'.Manufaetgt';'r .

A and have no waste. The cuIJ. worked them with, greater, con says, that this furnishes! a problem for was received, saying: "Mi Mother-do Association was I held. -There""'was a

: .. ovation of a few square rods 'for afawfly venience. They did not form side roots, legislators not want I to work in such a dull place. large attendance- .Reports' from .&.;

.. -. supply of small fruita'and vegetables and the yield was much larger than from ',Complaint ,has often.been made that I II She says I would make a Good preacher. sections,;ot the :West;indicated a fair:

' '. ': might prove. profitable and. health those grown' .'in the.usual way I I grapes grown in the vicinity of gas. works ft So bin'Do. I.Yours mi Till finger is Deth
do Yank us." affirmed, and the meeting. adjourned.2. ;;'i

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... .." wot' ....., "WIJ.' "" "I moment;,then'as coquettishly withdrewIt us pfeHedj; Mr?Vise >accepted the bathe the afflicted:.member,.;in'\ arnica 4 the shed; Kith. its raftered 'cellirig-s' >
.. ift moon' .. : :ul n't.lt ;pretty?." she inquired, biscuit' and-Bessie,'disappeared to, replenish and if it Is notnear at hand'cold. water is bleak and wretched ''bondingUIroUlh

.I'. =,.aIIII. "dam'* :PJIIU--.1 :'h4 1'archly. ; 'the, plate Tir.. 'Vane. divided the next best thins< the walls of.which,the wind rjadily \

.1'. ,:} t ;am,touched 'withandgerani '*'Veii"pretty: Shall I tell you how the biscuit, then 'dropped' it:;suddenly Half a teaspoonful of,common table finds its way there is a "hearUa,*- fed '

/:u-' ': r' ums" ,to. :guard against losing it in 'the.fu with an exclamation that brought every salt,dissolved Ir a'little:cold water,and "gledea"or breezes. Probably Chen '

and, .the,Virginia.' ture" eye upon him There embedded irr the drank, will instantly relieve heart bum is a girl or woman blowing at the"tiel10. 3
;'I'::-combed' and. bloeaomed ',"Oh, yes, if you please" light white bread,''lay'Bessie's'ring. or dyspepsia. If taken' every morning .., while the strips of iron from which

J Jiiocc;Bessie a pretty piespring- I '"Well, wear this little ring ;of'mineto Shouta.f'laughter, arose.that' brought before breakfast,Increasing the quantity the nails are made become molten. Or,

l _itch ib cricket 1ritha big guard it, or better yet, exchange Bessie back from the kitchen ;in haste, gradually to a teaspoonful of salt and a to take an actual case witneand by

.1frI. 1P iad over her blue with me. Give me yours'and take this just in time to'see Mr..Vane coolly remove -I tumbler of'water, it will 1 a few days the writer a few nights since, close upon 1.

':,:'r i' aVto defend It from the stains instead," said the young man, dar- the ring from the biscuit, amidst cure any ordinary case of dyspepsia, if, midnight : In one of these forges(were \

r :'uSS\ aiued'her..little brown hands ingly." the merry chorus; and drop it into his at the same time,due 'attention is paidto a, mother and several children., The
:' v gjj'fWM a petite and dainty rounded i ,Be s e' looked at the heavy chased waistcoat pocket to "be kept till called the diet. There is no better remedy mother was a woman 'probably forty

",,'-.f i alerabouteighteen,with great eyes gold ring he held out to her, then looked for," he said,'with a significant look at than the above for constipation. As a years of age ; her,youngest daughter=a .;
-3--; Itfy curlSr shading a fair brow back. at the water with an innocent her scarlet face. Poor Bessie 1 There gargle for .sore throat it is equal to flaxen-haired, girl, with a'sweet' and ;

ti:S cSte'that-':shad a touch:of, wild "Oh, I don't think it would fit?" was no peace for her after that. An 'chlorate of potash and is entirely .safe.It .winsome face-was certainly not 'more, .:.

{;?t. _-" oponthem- "Try it," suggested her .companion,' army of jokes quite overwhelmed her may be used as often 'as desired;and than twelve years of age. By the':side .
"hit- #?<" .t\:' '- Win. ; "too, ,wassuch: a pretty softly. protestations and disclalmings, and she if 'a little is swallowed etch time it.will of'the hearth, there was what- is technically .f' ,

'r ilkite:well scoured floor and Bessie shook her head, but finally was thankful to beat a hasty retreat to have a beneficial effect on the throat by .called the "Oliyer"-a- barrel-like:
'fts:asparagus-topped clock; its'ore' that it would be the kitchen when the meal cleansing it and irrita- construction the
'J" agreed, blushingly, no was over. : allaying the ,on top ,of which is
J"i;: ,__; With .!bunches ,of'herbs harm to try and slipped the ring on her But there evenwas pursued by a laugh- tion. In doses of one to four teaspoonfuls fixed.the stamp of the particular pattern ,_

f"bebiiid, and great.bouquet of yiv- forefinger. ing trio of ladies who harassed her with' in half'a pint to a' pint of tepid and size of the. nail. required to.-be made.

11 rflowersaeton the snowytafllli "It's a perfect fit," cried Mr. Vane. questions, and wonderment, and merri- water it acts promptly as an emetic; The' workmen ;and workwomen, Mby

Thekitchen was, perfectly still, delightedly; "nothing can be better." ment,until the last dish was set away, and incases:of poisoning, is always, at means?of a w wooden; treadle--an industrial ;
Zl .Mf the buzz of flies and ticking.of the Why, Miss Bessie, you surely don't and she started to the village for letters. hand. It is an excellent remedy for treadmill it ,ought more strictly to :.'

,.CTCTt;and'outside the.cricket and the mean to give it back ?" Instead of going to the village, she slid bites and stings of insects. It is a be called-shoot'out_the_nails.from.the ,

!a llisntts atone<< disturbed the peace. Bes- "Of course I do," was the saucy re along the hedge, climbed the wall and valuable astringent in hemorrhages, slot into which they are,fixed. ,They, i
"t jlfsteTbelleved that every one in the house joinder. not ?" ran to the other end of the orchard particularly for bleeding after the 'extraction have previously hammered the top of

&_Ji1eep but herself, and yawned someftirkftt "Because," said Mr. Vane, speaking where she flung herself on the grass and of teeth. It has both cleans- the incandescent metal, with masculine

1 -, wearily she tossed over the ber- earnestly and disregarding his fears altogether cried as if her heart would break. She ing and healing properties, and is there- firmness, so as to form the ,,head>of.the

1 i. 1-"fming'yawn'] with a bit of while he tried to get a glimpseof 'perhaps had cried half an hour, when a fore a most excellent application for I nail. The women ',and girls seem.to

:ael ilo4uT.: ,uttered' about half aloud.OMetr the face hidden by the flat hat, "bee step crushing the dry grass by her side superficial ulcerations. work with more vigor than the men-

i:< : ** ,this having summer boarders 'cause I meant to ask you to wear it for roused her, and the very voice she most Mustard another valuable remedy.No very' often_ indeed, they support, their ."
''-f..tt- very pleassnt!" mv.-sake. I meant to ask YOU-" dreaded. to hear, said : family should be without it. Twoor husbands and,their.fathers, who, mar .
.. .
4 1ji|| lCsi Bessie,"said a voice in the door- ".Oh,Mr. Vane," cred.the! listener, I ."..I've come to return your ring, l\llSS three teaspoonfuls of ground mustardstirred have fallen into drunken 'habitsin

i: psf so'ttJddenly- that Bessie nearly upset "do you see that lily on 'your left,? Bessie." into half a pint of water acts as other cases,. this, nail-making .is::the,, \
;rl ,. lireb. -Yin her great surprise. Won't you get it for me ?'' Poor little Bessie sat up hastily, took an emetic very promptly, and is milder means of supplementing the husband's ."!

"" .... .J.;.'01it 'DIr..'Vane' ,is it you?,'"she said' "I'll get that and twenty others if the unfortunate ring with a faltering and easier to take than salt' and water. wages. ,'.
; bending down to pick iip a you will listen to me first. Do you care "Thank you,"then immediately hid her Equal parts of ground mustard and But what do .the :.nail-makersearn a

-J '.'..' ..b .:rl s:that., had rolled from her for me? Will you marry me ?". f "Youlneedn't. flour or meal, made into' a paste with week ? may naturally be asked' Jhe ,

1'Ir"\ Bessie's head was turned away, and thank me ; I should warm water, and spread on a thin pieceof remuneration they ,receive is Incredibly ,
,i; ,. 4JI'1L! pick;''em upexclaimed? the I her head bent lower. A crimson flush have brought It before, but I couldn't muslin, with another piece of muslin small. It is no unusual! thing on the

'"''.'":aetjopoter'staU handsome-looking. stole over her ears, neck and chin. find you. I hope you are not troubled laid'over.it, forms the often indispensable contrary, it is mtherthe usual custom-' ..

l d about twenty-one, with merry Bessie I" No answer. Her companion about those ridiculous jokes?" he "mustard plaster." It is almost a for a family of .three or!four persons;

$ "'eJM,short auburn hair curled close- leaned over and took her hand,. ventur- added."N-o responded I Bessie specific for colic, when applied for a few after working something 4ike,fourteen r
: hj ander a straw hat;diving for the mis- ously. miserably, moments over the "pit of the stomach:" hours a day; to earn JB1 in a' week. But ,
between her sobs. 1 I
thought you'dthink .
"tr berrieawith ungraceful dexterity. "Bessie, will you wear the ring?" he I did it For all internal pains and congestions out of this money there has' to be :.de ,

I *# ,i, ',..iUs I.of course. Have you,,for- questioned,softly. But the hand was "How could on I purpose.have thought so ? It there is no remedy of such general ducted<< Is 3d. forcarriage to conieytrhenails ;,

)} ,our promise to go forlllies with hastily drawn away; a pair of saucy was a mere accident getting that utility. It acts as a counter-irritant by to the "gaffers," as they, are -'

ftit esethis afternoon?" black eyes flashed into his own,, and particular biscuit. I'm Terysorryyou've my drawing the blood to the surface ; termed in the.. district'; ,then there. is

t. h;;but I didn't this say afternoon, Bessie's merry laughter rang over the been in I'm I hence, in severe cases of croup a small allowance to be made for ,fuel;and:;the :
annoyed this
so going-
e'yoii;.know;, only some, afternoon this water. way. mustard plaster should be applied to the repairing of the machinery, which reduces ,; -;

' 1i..wwk,"responded Bessie, demurely. "I'd rather have grandma's, please. away The to-morrow sobs partially, MissDessie.ceased and Miss back of the child's neck., The same the XI'to about, 1 16s..;. 9d.for'three

-f'- I'Well! ,7we'A' all it this afternoon, ought, to go home, Mr. Vane, for I Bessie said surprisedly Are, ?'' treatment will relieve almost any case people-for three. "people .who.'u'". ,"commenced '
wn't we?"?was,persuasive rejoinder know it's almost tea time." Won't, bid you?" of headache.. A mustard plaster should to work every morning at half- ':t
' .the straw hat was tossed on the chair. you me good-by past 7 or 8 o'clock and who have '
.. worked
,: Mr. Vane put the ring in his pocket Yes," Bessie. said, unsteadily, but be moved about over the spot to be acted <
;'F J 1p.10U.., Lend me half that for if left on t1mugh.ll the weary day .with ;
i and took up the oars again energetically, did not raise her head. upon, too long in one place it vno .
t .g/syon and we will have them picked over is liable substantial food' ,until latest night.
I IJf without a word. He was fresh from You'll shake hands,won't you, Miss to blister. A mustard plaster :;. ,
Is*'a Wei" I acts as well when, considerable dis- Who is it that reaps .the benefit of..an
college and held the stroke oar in manya Bessie?" No answer.. "I can't go
3'. G B.ttIsballbavesuPPerto. .. ,get. Mother race, but never made better time than away while you are offended: with me.Won't : tance from the affected part. An excel- this terribly"hard work :Certainly' not ,
and there will ,be biscuit to the laborers for it is well-known
] t : rf lent substitute for mustard plaster is ; a fact'
he made that afternoon in rowing up the at least tell me why are ,
you you
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.( b.! insisted, Bessie turning her Le.-\Te8. that they rarely taste meat one
.; river. Thought boat shot along with crying ?" what is known as "Mustard from ,
k ::4';$ :.aWaY to bide smile that would week's end to the
: a other. ;in the expressive
'..J f the rower's brow knitted and his teeth Because I:-I lost my grandma'sring They come a dozen in a box,and are -
J t.f.'t.;.'. sr. ',Ji evgrmind- that," responded, Mau- who sat in half-puzzled, half-alarmed silence effort for composure. ')[r. Vane laughed are perfectly' dry and will keep a long workman this is how they fare : M :
; ;;tka Yaoe;bringing a chair to her side. When 't1 e'breadcome.ihot. ;
from
time. For use it is only to .the
,
now and then stealing a sidewise in spite of himself. Why, it's safe necessary
: %4Ia{ ;bat past six, isn't. it'and it glance at the offended young Hercules on your finger, and not a whit the worse dip one in a dish of water for a moment bakehouse oven on.Saturday we eat.it,
.ipowonlyhalf-pasttwo. We'll be back like "
F ravening wolves. The foggers"
from under her hat. Mr. Vane (drew for its baking.: Is there really no other and then apply it.
i';*it Ire,;without fail, and have time to breath of relief when the boat at last reason ?" Common baking soda is the best of all or "Tommy shop" men. live lives ,of ?

t"Ir 0;;;4tthaif" ,the lilies in the river' ,*' and heiliejM grated on the sand, and having assisted "X 0--0." remedies in cases of scalds and bums. contentment, profit and rest at the ex-' ,
t-. to assort a handful of berries with It be used the surface of the pense of the'poor nail-workers. The
.. : Bessie to land and curtly offered to carry "But there is. I shall never have may on <
1_!!' &.earnestness., I buried place either wet. When "fogger,is an intermediate agent be- :
her lilies, he shouldered the oars and another happy hour if I've offended dry or
!4' assented Bessie after a i applied promptly the sense of relief is tween the worker of nails and the
-. marched firmly toward home by her you," said Mr. Vane, tragically. "I ,
);'-- -'puree for consideration and a glance at side Bessie, somewhat bewildered and : was a brute to treat you as I did this magical. It seems to withdraw the buyer. Qut of the, bone ,and'einew' of '

'f;, k f E dock, 'I can go for a little while, more angry, made no effort to break the afternoon; but I'm going away and heat and with it the pain, and the healing these poor people he .makes. a very fine

. :v-, -<..Oh t 'don't stain' your coat, silence and .studiously endeavored to shan't annoy you again. Won't you process soon commences. It is the living-and he does not work.. He" hasa

!: ,lk; ane" But Mr. Vane was sub- i keep from cry mg."rhen at last he left forgive me now and shake hands?" best application for eruptions caused by huckster's shop attached' to his dwel-'
y!i iy indifferent to his coat and worked"I'thench 'I her at the door with a cold "Thank you, Another long silence. Mr. Vane turned poisonous ivy and other poisonous ling ; he supplies;at the'beginning" of :

good 'will. that the berries Miss Bessie," and departed to carry the away in despair, but was detained by a plants, as also for bites and stings of in- the week, the nail workers, with .their

;veise loon picked over, and Bessie andon'.their oars to the barn, it was well he did not faltering voice. sects.-HalVs Journal of Htalth. sixty-pound bundles o'f iron, and, when
l > eelf they return the bundles of iron; in the & way to the river.Fjc.endIIUteslater 1
} look kick, for Miss Bessie tossed the lilies "I-I'll forgive you if"Well -"
Bessie with her Pictures of Privation. marketable shape of nails-out of whichhe
aside with a petulant gesture: and ?" :was the breathless inter-
:,1 .. daintily bestowed around her makes at.least twenty per cent'profit
had a fit of crying with her head on the position. ---- ".
,,,: Ti+. ,Inthe, stern of the boat, kitchen table. You-won't-go-away ?" Hardships Endured by the Nail -if they do. not, ,buy his liggh-priced.
;'T '" :.i-4' wId.I..,.. :;.'pmpeled by Maurice Vane's When Mr. Vane returned from the The more observant boarders noticedat makers of England. provisions, they get no more work, from ";
lIS if fMtteto-Jumd shot swiftly down the About in him. These are the men who, by "cut-. "
: barn half an hour later, he did see a breakfast the next morning that 24,000, people are engaged .
4.,'Although Mr. Vane said to picture which comforted him a little Maurice wore the.ring he found in the the'Black Country'part of Great Britainin ting down the workmen's wages' to-
4' five. times.within an hour that it through the hop-wreathed pantry win- biscuit on the little finger of h& left making nails and rivets. It would not starvation point, are at,the root of,the
Lloyely day and although Bessie be so much a matter for surprise, even evil.-Xonrfon Standard. :
. dow. It was Bessie with her sleeves hand, and Bessie wore a heavily chased .
.traMted:" every.time,hardly think they1Ridated pinned up, molding biscuits in desperate gold circle in the place'of her last ornament for the lowness of wages that they earn, 1.

;the!. beauty around them, haste, while the tears fell thickly on the if they were all men and youths who Why He Was Absent ..
*was quite absorbed in the high calico apron. This picture so To use the words of one of the before- are engaged in this industry- .ne'of. .
"Tr.leGaad theirre1iection 111 the water, amazed Mr. Vane that he retreated i named boarders: That tells the whole the worst paid in any part of the coun' I The Reverend Whangdoodle Baxter ..

EJ k;'Pane looked more at his com- hastily behind a lilac bush to observe it; story:" try. But it so happens and here I recently 'met Jim Web ter'1,' I"Austin' "'. :'

, .=t>sanat'the, .,aspect'. of, nature. and lingered so long that he was late at arises the social degradation of the ,, venue. ,
?-i' .JJad.-"lili' The Elopement.-A Tale. "What's de reason, James,dat Idoesn't "i ,
'f' ; ._ EI8 to satisfy them, tea. This was a model There traffid-that there are at least 16,000 females < .'
supper.
Their From win- see at de church no'moan?" :
Ras pa- yer
t ; leaning: backward and engaged day after day in the oc-
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l was the great dish of berries with snowy Rents said Dow ope asked n ww"' gd oodle. ''' .
2 t "J' one hand in the water They mu t There not all mature
cream beside, flanked by cheese and hung I cupation. They are Becase I wasn't dar I reckon." G
:!'> wed. ,
',B' !IIIR. ,:.t.t'" suddenly, ,uttered ,a littlesat raspberry jam. There were two moun- Not By A rope which, women either; daughters work by the "But why wasn't yer dar?" :

,erect with white cheeks, tains or plates of snowy biscuits contrasting Quoth he. To dope."Let's side of their mothers-daughters who, "I tell you, parson, perzactJyhoW'of

tl 'l gthe color had been. fright- with sponge cake and the richer : To par-fly WithoutSon in their tender years, ought to be dat am. Eber since I stole dem turkeys .' .. .

tt.1i .' gold of the butter. Mr. Vane,who had I nigh. sound either at home, if they have any outen your hen coop I has done lust all 3
MlPP kt I-almost lost it. How careless supposed he should never have an appetite -. Quoth she, She reached home, or in bed, instead of working confidence in myself." "

1:;..;.;.a!! 'J,.....ia [!.t:'ah8" exclaimed-< ',.. repbcmg' an old-, again, felt quite revived by the sightof "Ay I Ay!r Her The lOTi ground- their weary arms in shaping, in the still .1 : '
t-- {{! ...II ring, set with a tiny circle of this table and the memory of the pic- i One night Er found. small bouts of the morning, molten iron Nearly 200,000 acres of ,Mississippidelta :
'r [ *,on her finger.' ,. She rose form of nails for the
$ into the benefit of
Took her They fled land has been bought by Gen Gordon
:. t'Di4 the.water sweep it'out of your tuie.The rest of the boarders seemed to Bet clothe.Vera wed what are called the "foggers." Here of Georgia. It is the richest and

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rt.$ Jsoi.1. 'It's too large for me. very hilarious and the eatables disappeared night in this district-except, perhaps, .
;J .. 6-.l1IUIf'" '1nn.'_tg it and finding it rapidly. Bessie, presiding be- A Cincinnati clergyman thought he Saturday night. In the middle *of a .

li& =wwldn't_ lose it entirely for j tween the pots, seemed rather out of would raise his own pork. So he shed which adjoins a squalidlookinghouse Passionate love :. "I. tell <)you..exclaimed ,,
",.om"; ;.i'because it,used to be grand- spirits, but Farmer Lynn atoned for bought five pigs and fattened them. there is a ,whole family at workin Brown, "that Charlie is wholly

' J.: \. .. SLe gave it to me.." her silence by unusual jblity. When Now that they are fit to kill he hesitates the production of these nails: ; father unselfish in his affection ; he ,loves the '
" fi .
..1 S *?*6!"' }d ring it ill?'- aid the biscuit passed a second time, to Mr. He says they appear so much like his mothet,sons and daughterdaughters, very ground she walkson." .. "Yee,", -
';i'(,S" ; :?STy: wMB"t' -IJ.U'U', ..y I Vane, he saw that only one was loft,and own children that he hasn't the heart to I too,. :very young in yrara, but With that replied Fogg"wheif she -walking on 1:.
.
; *"*a.*. ,?*,w"uoo' trouble gto would have decorously refused, but tin kill them. : .r sad looks of pmnat1 'e .ace which is al- her father's estate..!!', "
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:1.t,'. II I'.n '"-. MiPILtS1wz ., CASH''CASH'!' {! CASH !, lowing-named NOTICE hereby settler given has filed that ihiaintention ,theftL l :e., : r'.'

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::,.. .. port of his claim and that said proof ri. .
: ::EtIcu: : BLOOD.MeWV ., be made before A. A. Stewart,.( .
WHE.R'E.P;
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i! I cjI. TitusvilW, Fla., on Monday ,
',11 r.J....,alia.Ss tbiblood totLn e.Nzze tyatea to. die: *a7' per., : '.'i.r:... viz: Berrian Nail of TitusTilley May 28, la\);' .
at eajS stlectiintx. ; oos Wb.VOX tek* 1 n"' -aI&Jai &olD 1 to U week* m y...Ai iecI to oud, Homestead Entry No.S000 ,fortisejtje" ."
r ;. .?. AT THE -
opeaibo d'e ilriandaktbe tiyltatdtatblgb.powtble. 1lor.cola=Ys'Camp1aba&lCbeeePJu."DO' I 1-4 of S E 1-1 section, andN 1.20f811"$
--.- them fa their Sold everywhere b7 mall 101'
"bfa'tilo"Itmtarf ..r? ta JWMt' I 1-4 and SW 1-4ot SW' :.
yesterdayrr f6eb.1.'stasaps-lleod ro.JIIIIDP _J.8.JOHNSOX CO. BOSTON. MASS. 11eetlona.4t
S + r + yrY.nv r + township 'south, range 33 easts .. :
> il't'1 tc k :a roww shoat R *
ibae; t ; HEtAgQUAJtT F
BRONCHITIS. lie the
i "' : L ASTHMA names ; :following witnesses to '
= = ;
irithbu fiirs ehbwbwg .
it gf'i tyee by ANODTNZ LDiDlENTWIIlb Un- prove his continuous residence
.-DIIHTHERIA'CROU; ream Ibns terrible d*wes,and will pmidTcly nponaW ,
tha I'in t er'mosic. ; rate oat of ten. Information that will pro cultivatiou'of land, viz: Moses Metica 1
'i' tLeiondest io sent fre by mafl.. Lost delay a HMBUUJU STORE ger, E.\Hber.:1.! 1.. II arson; ..':a.
quli',1
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A es l U better CaD ate.JOHNSON'S. Rose,all Tilusville. Fla., ._-*":-
may bQj bf'*roogh way of staling I ,ANODYNE LINIMENT: ( tbtfMUnla t"i1ls i 52 L. A. EmXF.3"t, ... ,
finer :f e dmeanLeuea.nkedlnsattaeLaeia.(>>BoeneneaBaetfDaCouab."hoopIIIIr\ Register United States Laud .J./;
a slip I4A: rel1-ta4 rho :a..JO -. t roateDtatrbeatAtonlaLrunnurl.Chotaa3torbaseidnerTt'aalk ..INawesottli.lapseandtam.naet. TITUSJ ILLE FLORIDA. Omct:,.,Ili K.;..!,.
bad eeatT3ui Trott to Tework Ito beginS eoad.verrwhete. seed b pamphJet to L&JOIlPO."co.onos.Jtus. NOTICE J1,
::>;..,
life; ajcedt,. wrote to the merchant It b awef-k1tewa het that mat of the Land Office, Fla.l!"I-
'BOTM and Cactto Powder void to tblito LAY .. Galnt's."il1ii. : "J-
asHnglipir tb boy w'ai. getting along, wotthlen; that SherxUa't MAKE HENS April'19,18S3.! VV'"
V ..
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NOTICE is hereby given that
the
!;and where he!kph nights.>The merchant tratoabr..x earth -o- fod
wm make ben"uj ike Sheridan' Condition Fowder. Dose OM tMtpwand to each pint lowing-named settler has filed notice -i-';., ,
ofj
replied:,ju"He deep"to tlie store in the 'feed. Sold.T.rj..!>...or HIlt by mail tars ca.in Mmp, L S. JoM oa: A Cft.JknOJf.1I SeC his intention to make final proof ia sap. : #"

t daytime, eI knoW,>rbere,hetaleeps port of his claim and thatsaidProot"IIl;
*' be made before A. A. Stewart, ;;r
%acnlght&a' E_ !t re .RPETS.MA.TrING, OIL. CLOTH, The Oldest and Most Reliable Place ofBUSINESS ,. cult court at Titusville Fla., on Saturdarl"; .:
US. r June 2 1883. viz ,. .
M>: I : Andrew J. Carter,of z ..i. j

_. ;..x:::,,,' .. "" '__ -. .. Window Shades, Dry Goods, I LaGrange Fla.,Homestead Entry ';4.'t*. .;
9.087 for the N i of S W i and lot
STEAMER MARION! I section 32, township 20 south,. Na44j, p&\\

Bnlntld-& >( r 'irlth the DeBary Line. KOHN PUECHGOTT & BENEDICTJACKSONVILLE 35 east. .: ... .

Indian ,River, Dealing in lie names the following witnesses ...,+> t .
lour } on prove his continuous residenceapon and \ ; 1:
Leavlnr Uthttnrd Mondays cultivation of said land,.viz: Wm.Baity.
1 v and' *Thnwdaya.BT ,FLA. A. J. Pace. Rufus Herndon and, Richard I 'l

Kir General :Merchandise: Herndon, all QC LaGrange, Fla.
'Irving Rockjedge Tuesdays & Fridays. Special attention paid to Orders and (;Correspondence con- 52 L. A. BARNES, .l..
Register United States Land
Office.
,
m order to avoid disappointment to shipper cerning Goods. :- ..;
I None but strictly jif3t- laS8 goods are NOTICE.. T "F.:
railMhi tea! be at Badkdge (Wiltinson's I .
f.o! '
s' : Land Office at Gainesville, Fla. V ,t
Great Inducements offered to Dealers ,
are
whsrfy IfofuZayf arid'Fridaya. : .1 ,. March 24, 1883.J"

li. Joe.' fc/fimftbCaptant Ht P. 'WHkinvson bought and sold at this Stand. NOTICE ia hereby given that the follow,:; ;ti '
[ A Co; Agents: reblst 6m40 Hotel and Housekeepers In -named settler has filed notice-,of his;.l

intention to make final proof in loppon .t5Z-t
I 'HOME, :SWEET, HOME.: We keep everything imaginable in the lisle of goods mentioned above. I' of his claim,and that said proof ,will be *;: \
--o- made before A. A. Stewart, Clerk tea15coun o
11'In ordering describe your wants, limit cost of goods and you will receive' at Titusville, Fla., on Tuesday.MaTk"ti.8tb '

r.. J It .Ei=@ what order. 1883, viz: Samuel J. Frost of Rock* c
,
you I sl
ledge Fla., for lid. No. 11.358 for theN"E t
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<: Homeboa. ,aireet'sweet home. 'VALTON, WHANN & co., Remember A Dollar will buy exactly 3G$East.Section,Township. 24 South_ ,Ra 4j, ,
-A; CO Ig Home At Last. '
He names the following witnesses to'; !
: John Howard Payne,author of the 1m- i. prove his continuous residence upon and t, j
mortal..'jHome: ,Sweet Home*": _was a PLOW BR M&D $1.00 worth.Established cultivation of said land viz:'James;!;:_
wanderer without a home,who often had Carter, Aaron Cleveland of Rockledgo.:,,,'
not a roof over his bead, and who died % and Samuel Fields, John Fields .of.City! =
Y far away from native land and friends. Orange Tree and Vegetable Manure. In 1S73.Address Point, Florida s,!
{ His remains have been transported from 49 w3 L. A. BARNES Register. Y

Tunis to Oak Hill Cemetery,Washington ',
: D. C.. where thee will rest until the last PREPAKEL EXPRESSLY for the use of the fruIt and vegetable growers of NOTICE- .ff1'
i trumpet bida'.him, rise'"to that Home. FlorIda. It will produce a heavy but sound and healthy growth on growing trees. orders to .. U. S. Land Office at. atnc vllle'F la.
r Sweet Home, where. homeless ones shall and will supply bearing trees with the food needed for heavy crops of fruit. April 23, 1883.} \ f'COIPUIl"T (\
:rest (crever.1 IT WILL GIVE nursery stock and vegetables a luxuriant growth and In the ,having been 'enteredtat '"t a'

? icsicalHomy: i lie'RaDIlY Homr1 latter tends to give good size and quality and early maturity.IT The Headquarters Store, this office by Frank Forster against Joha4; i111.

Yes, our homes can be I made happier IS SPECIALLY RECOMMENDED FOR PINE-APPLES. Ellerberger for abandoning his Homelv; "-ii'
stead entry No.5185,dated april 26,1877k' {$:i
and sweeter through ,the refining: influences -
f. of music.; Pot in the Piano'or the Titusville, Fla. upon the lots 3. 6, 5, and 7, Section 27,? J.
WALTON WHANN & CO.
z Organ,provide the latest Music; gather ", Township 31 south, ,Range 39 ,Eastio, "t
Brevard county,Florida, with a view to ?
In the children 'and the neighbors and Wilmington, Del.
'J make the, old home tiny with,. sweet. and Mis. Only! 50 Cls Only!, 50 Cts Only! the cancellation of said entry: the said >_" .,
parties are hereby summoned to -.:
inspiring melody/; ; Ash Captain McLean of the sloop "Agnef to bring you a tack of the appear
; Pew and Pocket BibleSO at this Office on the 14th day of June 1883:,.vat '
? Where.,to"get the Piano I or Organ. Elegant 3 o'clock p.'Co., to respond and fumhlf .

: Send to as,of course. No other House PLOW BRAND. Cents Only! testimony concerning'said. alleged ab. -*, :-1i'
: North or Sooth can give' yon such bar. doument. ,
This is far the handsomest and
by best
l .gains..' ,We lead all. Ten Grand Makers JNO. ANDERSON, of Ormond.Agent for East and South Florida. L. A.BaBNES. Re iter.' .J:;,i;ir"'';
:... and over 800 styles to select from. Low- 1 w5 ., Joiix F ROLLINS.Receiver. jl'l
Bible for the made. It ;
money ever con- ){
; est Rock Bottom-Prices.' Easiest terms
for payment.:Maker's names on all Instruments .NOTICE. v A:?t
:; :;-No stencil or.cheap Instruments COLLINS & CO HARTFORDEstablished tains both the Old and New Testament Six months after date I will present to

'-. sold. Only house in ,America:selling Pianos his Honor J.A.JIcCrory.Judge: of the, 'di ir
and Organs.on' the one price plan. : 1326.MANUFACTURERS translated out of the, original tongues county court of Brevard county FIat my :
Uniform prices to all.Purchasers supplied final accounts and vouchers as Executor ',
F i direct._ 'Every man.his own vgent. with all the former translations diligently of the Estate of Samuel Moore late of- ifi
said county deceased and ask for a- final, :
;. PIANOS-$200t, $250. $300. J.\
compared and revised. discharge as such Executor. / .
: ,ORGANS':-$22,'830; $50, $75, 8100.' PiinfEas D. WESSON. Executor ..,

1, Sent on'15 days'test trial. No money .. It ]tax a beautiful cloth cover, hand- :March'2D, 1883. .(48.6m?:A;",
required'DntU satisfaction Is given. Six 1.C:.. .'
', 1\
; months exchange r privilege. Six years .- ,t:', somely lettered in gold on side and also NOTICE
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guarantee. Every inducement that can U. S. Land Office, Gainesville Fla. '
: honestly be :extended; 'send for latest illustrated .... .- on back, red edges and printed in clear March 27,JS83.}' t.' '!!1.t;
Catalogues,special offers, Price -- '. Complaint hiving been entered at,; thi{ ; 'i
:: lists and information.' We can suit your !,' t' ; type containing altogether one thousandone Office by D.Chalmers Erine against Edwin "
and we will (we get half a,chance. tlr kl yo s1 L T. Frost for' abandoning his homestead -* :
... yr hundred and thirty four pages. entry number 5.213.dat May 7th, ,& ; z
SMALL'MUSICAL.INSTRUMENTS.Violins 1S77. upon the lots 3 and 4 Section 35 and s.

Martin Guitars, Accordeous, Bibles no better are sold for twice aud lots 3 and 7, Section 36, Township 31 S., '-
Richter Harmonicas, Concertinas, Flutes OF Range 39 E., in Brevard county, Florida,
? Fifes, Clarionets, Drums, Dobson banjos. with a view to the cancellation of said r.vir.\
Tamborines; Organlnas. Immense stock. even three times the money we ask for entry: the said parties are hereby_sum; -
< Direct importation. Lowest prices; send Axes Hatchets Picks moned to appear at this Office on the 23d
\.: for Retail Catalogues.. this little gem."Ahandwmegift. day of May 18S3 at 10 o'clock a. m. to .::1.r..:
PAQANINI ITALIAN STRINGS. for Sunday-School respond and furnish testimony concern;* Tins
AND
OTHER EXTRA
Handsomest and best in the wide world. QUALITY ,said alleged abandonment. ,. < 1
Our special brand sold for ten. years past TOOLS FOR FARMS AND PLANTATIONS. I I ers and scholars and one sure to be priztcl.I ."- L. A. BURKE, Register. ."' '
Used by the best violinists. Price 25 cts 49 4w :
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Every Musical,.Want Supplied.at Thirty acres of land in the City Point ,

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.Ij'.rc, :! .as for boiling. ;: stxiff lit with. ;either- : : : A'spring: in"St.r Tammany perish,
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r.' Y W ,mom WUD qDeIo' "Line city; He
.:.,. i.n"-1'.,. ... '. .t. chestnut stuffing. the bottomofa all but at suddenly -
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: fownint0i the make the"amatt had .with goes
wholeto : that
r. : .. looked < "I.. braising pan with'.slices of .iconlay thrifty ,forethought of '
.,: ..tM.C 1r! rosy.cheeked place jo complete a paradise.. Opening the turkey on -these, and place more his nation:, secured a"lower berth, :and dry; discharging.no water" ; until' the,. sun,.1'

'r l. ':: ". ; Iae' IUJI' ra- ,The the gate, the.child led the .way up the slices of bacon: on the top, of it. Put in was meditating upon the wisdom of rises again. .

: 'f irir ; on his graveled.walk..toward ,:the 'house.On: two carrots'and two onions:cut. in slices, gathering his body behind the'curtains While sawing 'veneer from 'a. walnut .

dh:.bo.ta-.uch as we the portico, which was not only. concealed and .sweet herbs, parsley, bay leaf, a when he was accosted. by an Englishmanin knot an Indian ra discovered Iii the'

(. .iaiaA.ila1._ or: :ne..Flo- by'vines; but two splendid' chestnut clove of garlic whole pepper and salt to a tweed suit. The Englishman was twisted fibres of the wood a perfect picture -:

:i:! g ttme, suggestive the trees,:he was.deceived<< by a voice of surprise taste ; moisten with some stock. Lay a of nn ample'preSence and had the air of of spaniel's head. The'lines are

-- :lpppydgs.of'our childhoodiretoldby.the'teacher ,:; round of buttered paper on the top, put one who had been pastured: on mutton as 'accurately drawn as.if by the" pencil r'

;, i [ .that Why, Harvey I back already? and'your on the lid and braise with a moderatefire chops all his life. of an artist,. and when' /framed this natural -

: = .for bur,next :May Queen. -flowers you've, brought, back. (under. and above) for about four "You will excuse me," said he of the 'curiosity has all the semblance. of. a

7J' _Vie,"white and pink moss What. has happened?" hours ; then serve with gravy strainedand tweed suit, "but am I right in suppos art' -,

i"d, t.Tv..: ; snowdrops;'lilacs' in Mother, dear, don't be angry. The 'freed from excess of fat. ing that you have the lower berth ?" One theatrical sham which has!I been' ;

.were.;tiiO,and ,jji. -needed.made up but gentleman who wanted my.flowers said EGYPTIAN KABOM.Cut the lean "You bet your life," replied the revealed by a florist is' the'remodelling

:.} '". ,.. that' .it' 'most artistic athat..a he must!see you. Here he is." of a neck or loin of mutton into dice other. of designs received by actors and actresses. .

t.; -.to' -:!"' these chilkren: : of the As he said this, the boy pointed to the about one inch square or larger. Hav" "My sister," said the owner of the .,, The material of-a flower' ship 'received -
gauged
,.,.. .. -W... .,...Jo",: .. . gentleman, who was just stepping on the some onions or tomatoes chopped together tweed t suit, "has the upper berth, whichis in the first act appears In the,

;ff.1'IDyboy. it"is the beginning ofwbere portico." He had stopped at the sound and rub on these pieces, allowing deuced awkward, you know. The shape of a harp in the"second of an an' u.

these of the voice, and then reeled as if about them to stand in the mixture two fact is," added the Englishman, with chor: in the third, or of any other design -f
did get
'l.,1. ; you I to faint ; but, rallying himself, he walk hours. Then put about four pieces on frank urbanity, "it's unpleasant for .. And 'all the time the :audienceis

. ,$...'Ud rcies'fromY, : a skewer (six skewers full make a dish),
'" sir ed on until,he confronted Harvey's ladies to climb up past a man in a lower amazed at the extravagant profusion'
';;td n i. re not real flowers, :, they mother.' The lady. looked at the gentle- stand them up in front of the tire or in berth. "Now .
might I ask sir to
f. Mother and auntie make you, of flowers. : .. .$; .'
.... ... ," man in surprise, and was about to turn the oven," and turn as the meat becomes do me the extreme favor of occupyingthe The ,contrarieties: of; the Chinese x
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,( ,.,"-'---t."' "" more astonish- away ; but one more look and then a brown, basting with the tomato juicer. upper berth and permitting my sister as compared with us haTe""often been
looked ,
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". :.t A. cry, and she would have sunk to the I sprinkling to take yours ?" commented TheBev..Sehsh Brown '
keen look at on.
ffr_bef re; and.after'. a : : tomato juice and the craw around the
floor ha4 not the strong arm of the man
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;<'1;'; w. request was scarcely'proffered writes t them as follows t We, *
Whe do iekedkoWheie live, .myboy?" caught her But shy did not faint; she : kabobs when served. Make a broth of when the American, with the gallantryof shake hands as. a salutation t a'.China-. > &
you the scraps and bones that are left in
was only. overcome for the moment. a Yank hastened shakes hands with bim lf.' He r
genuine to
; b: !Aw youtdde the city, in a cottage. preparing the kabobs. assure man .
:FJIIt'' ft We too. 'I"'have a "Harvey, dearest, it is you or I I his English acquaintance that nothing stands at a distance, and r clasping ,both
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: .. ... OYSTER FRITTERS.-Fifty small oys-
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) > dream ? could give him pleasure than to be he shakes them and downat .
and mother more together, up
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; .t.... .'lt 1L 1. ,1, ters, two eggs, one pint of flour: one '
1 i iae. just what I please., But, yes, my beloved wife, it is L After Leaping teaspoonful of.salt, one tablespoonful of service to a lady. you. We uncover the head as a markof *

:;;..\:yeu:buy .a bunch of these, sir? a whole year's search I have at last of salad oil, enough water with On the following morning the American respect; they keep' their :heads.cov-; :

M""ye: D11 ,twentyfiye: cents, and found you, through what I know as our the oyster liquor to make a scant half was astonished to see a pai.of tweed ered, but .take off their shoes forpolite-

: '",";'".iWb. .'ti. fade' as. soon *as"- .other boy, whom I left as a babe." After pint. Drain and chop the oysters, add lees emerge from a lower berth opposite ness. We.shave. the face" ;they. shave head, .. '

;':'tp I'.1: 't. mutual explanations, the gentlemansaid the water and salt to the liquor. Pour that which he had 'politely given up, and eyebrows; We ut'our'ngernaDS:;.
:
!} YeeiwIil.,; buy two bunches of you, : "Ah these were bad days, when I part of this on the flour, and when and the next moment the adipose upper they consider it aristocratic to have

Jt'f';::' i:.bring. me a bouquet out 0jciarp f had.to leave you and our darling boy. so smooth add the remainder. Add the extremities of the Englishman. nails from> three to five inches long;

-ea" 'to-morrow.. Here is a destitute through the failure of that "Say said the American air which they are obliged to protect'infsilver -
oil and eggs, first well beaten. Stir the as.an .
'x;Jliila.'dollar ,for, these and anothertheflowers bank." oysters into the batter. Drop .small of grave disgust began to creep over his cases. The, ChlLuiD an's waistcoat' -
are to bring "Jid our creditors seize all ? is outside his coaf, and his drawers'oat-t.
.fielt ; you spoonfulls of this into boiling fat, and astonished physiognomy, "didn't you "
iir fail 1 shall expect ".Yes all except our jewels." side his trousers. We blacken our: shoes j r .
Don't ;
r ; fry until brown. Drain and serve hot. ask me to give up my lower berth to
s0i.at thiaDonr.here'in.this! ; saloon, "But why did you let me mourn you e i your sister ?" he whitens them. We, have .soupxas'afirstcourseatdinneianddessertatlast

'.. seI: generally:drink a cup of. choco- as dead all these years? Tell me that Saved by Sally. "Certainly, my dear fellow," repliedthe ; I
.n'.t' first." addressed i they have dessert 'at first,'and soup at |
Not long since a young man in Car- gentleman ,. "hope you. i last. We want our wines Ice cold then -
j-: litte ..fellow thanked. the man; ."Darling, I wrote so often and never slept will ?" ;
married and started for Califor- .
'iiii'd"a son got Chinese drink theirs scalding hot: We 3
' moment __ received a reply. Not a word of en- "And you had a lower berth ?"'
nia with his young wife. As he boardedthe in the earth ,:its 'surface. 4
bury they: on
;
; 7 kN 1 Dsd t1eman questioned the lad couragement in these weary years of "Of course." ,
. } train his father bade him '
: goodbyand With us black clothing is a badge of. |
IIf'Moui.hia nothers: dwelling place? turmoil and trial You know I left for "And then you got me to give up ,
JH wild :: !not,account China. I wrote. from every port wherewe mine to your sister,'sir ?"
eame and went day, "My son," said the aged sire, shak- indicate the loss, of friends.! In* that. %**;
every stopped and with returning
: .every fellow "
dear
with emotion etc. "rememberthese "Why, my. .said the
ing
land of opposites it is the old-men who *
his chocolate in silence After
ytsdndrank; ship or steamer I sent you letters.
in his turn didn'texpect
' words if you never see me again : Englishman, "you fly kites walk splits and the .
actu- on play
ftairfij looking at had !
2i any'one to ;
up ; .m)'arrival at Pekin, I wrote you I'd lower berth to
Never go into a place where you would give up a my shuttlecock and to' "f;
keep up.tbeir"odd:;
conversation of ten minutes ,
:. ''atlf held a again to take heart, as I had the good own sister did ?"Toronto Nevs. f
" not take wife." you '
-"daeardth.a' : little boy. Soon after fortune to get a situation in an Amer- your ways of doing things,they. :play the.latter; !"' T-
; The couple settled in Mariposo coun- with their feet instead of their hands "j
i D111tt tbhoase forgetting to emptybliesp
ican tea-house, and would, as I did "
ty and last Kveek the old man went In China t
women do,men's work and
,
: ;;'Well: that was something send you half of my salary which was visit le.. *
= noticed it and down to them. 'lie proposed a men are the milliners, Dressmakers and j& :
i tseiriAdthe'waiters. to be deposited semi-annually at the :
bear hunt, and they were fortunate washerwomen. With the band '.
us right
.
:
it for the gentleman j
q1tupon: ; bank of New York. For our Better Halves. -
i and ..I.heirregu1ar F customereveryj enough to track a grizzly to his lair is the place of honor; with..them it' .Is, '';
been ,
: "It must be there then for I
yet '
,
of the bowlders in
\ among some the the left hand. In dating letters we place $
z. dg; if early, a and they had
''aevei!]ran hlin.to; year speak' to anyone"to have never drawn any, nor heard word chaparral. As the two'approached the Somebody has found a new use for the the year last,they Write it::;first' 'They 7

-pt order 'his from you and mourned you as dead, as bear roused up and sent forth a growlof rubber-cloth hooded garments. If glazedon always speak of the mariner's compass': 'I s
j.6rehe customarylgeaad
. .- '' < it in you can see by my wearing widow'sweeds defiance which shook the trees. the inside,they make excellent fever- (their'own invention) pointing'to' &the ->.
; after drinking .
1!l l:""be 'would.1 his downadWttfout'as yet. When I turned my jewels "Go in there and kill im," said the proof suits, and may be worn by doctors, south. We pay bur physicians when wer f

.'t >- moodily y money he had into money, I labored hard, for more old man, excitedly. nurses and other persons'compelled to are sick; they pay while they art f well: :!

oft_! as en- than a year at a millinery store, sister The son held back, further acquain- enter the rooms of those sick with but as soon they"get sick"the pay atop ';"

\1t. taking care of our boy. That was the tance with'the bear seeming in sole contagious disease. Here'men kill their enemies;a China- ._:...'
after his conversation'iktMboy (
! next day hardest of all, to be separated from him respects undesirable. !'
' !. ,' ,the.man came a half hour. so much. But I did it and after I had Count me out," he said. Silk muslin kerchiefs in white or man gets revenge by) killing himself.We t
" '' : :
' "1..tI.' easier ian 'and colors are made for house in use ,a soft pillow; they a block of <
was his beeieiideuited.9 wear
; #. wont, learned the art of flower making, I got "Have I crossed the seas and settledin up '
-1,1"' and then very simple styles. They are bordered wood. They launch. ships sidewise. .. : :
; : .; ; ;Every now along very comfortably, for sister Ruth America to raise a coward ?" shout- t '
}tk;:]iteaeedftoward the door, as if his assisted me so faithfully. At last I had ed the father, brandishing the gun. with a frill of lace, and have a small ring bells from the outside, and'actual- .
) the flowers that heeat velvet flower in one corner. Net ly turn their 8crewsm', the opposite directioR -' .. :
i; !r;depended/on' accumulated enough to lease this little "I but recollect your advice when I squares *. '*

[_ He had not long to place which was at that time a perfect left Carson," was the reply. "Howcan and scarfs have the flowers from,Spanish from ours. .-f

;writ,.far_the little fellow had evidentlybeii'r'anzioae'to lace applied in the ends or corners. '
wilderness and you see what four years I forget your sage precepts. Didn't ,Street Arab's Honor.: .;;

( : bring them in time4tte of patient toil have made of it. We you tell me never to go where I couldn't Scarfs of Oriental lace almost a yard .
> jfBUfman.n to get them. After a wide and two shown for "Sergeant," said a diminutive specimen '
; had ample time to make our artificia take my wife ? How would Sal look yards long are

c ::JWiei.tt':the beautiful bouquet, b# flowers, and for more than a year, there with that bear ?" summer wear. They have very deep of the street Arab, as .he.met. an ;<

'!U)TO to himself than to,the child, Harvey has been in the habit of selling The old man clasped his dutiful con borders on the end of medalions or officer wearing a Sergeant uniform,..on ;

.?{: 't i eb emedlto'.be expecting a word ofjipniiBfor them for us. Yesterday I arrangedsome to his bosom, and, as the bear issued flower designs set close together and the street about 10 o'clock.1aat night, .':

his quickness beauty of his bunches as'I used to do for you, forth, exclaimed: are sprigged over nearly ,their whole "can you' send an officer to guard"some 1

.?."'...1 J;(;."-'<.'.'>J.:".'i"t'1 and gave them to Harvey to sell." "Speaking. of Sally, let us hasten surface. property to-night?"

; 'te l*ought I was not mistaken. No of home; our prolonged absence might The Bazar patterns for summer The urchin's clothes were tattered,,his t ii'
the
been
"And. it has means my '
her needless alarm." face was dirty and he was soaked' with
ese. ewbow: to cause ,
: arrange a bouquet for I had made inquiries dresses indicate a decided lowering of ;
finding
._ 4nd'theresemblance of this you ; In about fifteen minutes they 'had rain but there was'a manly air;about .
'i thestandard of taste for
good ,
Jor you everywhere, and no one knew of every Jalm'for fI
. i- 1'LGod t could I after all, have reached the ranch, the old'man a little an that The. officer'looked. $
of
? : your whereabouts. Thank the kind one of them is made flowered mate- .
ahead and the distance about four somewhat astonished at the i comb.. 4 'i r ring
deoetTe r' It cannot be I must was request
k ; Lord who aided me. We will purchasehis rials, and two have birds in the design.
miles.-Carson (Rev.) Appeal. from such a strange source, and said- 0.
.r' : from his *
jr. BisJng hastily place, for I have ample means and There is nothing very new about the
""" '} kindly : "What do want an ofilcer'for
' *. .& grasped,the astonished child styles in which they are made althoughin you j
' .we will forget in. our future happinessthe The Man of Uniform Ways. ?" ,
....<.ofit.j...; .;"ties..Li...1.aM'and., said Come, showy dark days that are past." two the drapery is massed very high, my boy .. |
"Because answered the child and
.U.;;.. .... ..your. .mother lives, my boy, Tae Emperor William's uniforms apparently puffed out by some stiff sub v<
. :) .asist see Dln" comprise one of each of the regiments_ stance, and in one model this arrage- tears filled his eyes; I was;leaning V.

.\'ic': 'E iJ. t''peuther'" of the guards and of the I.body regiments, against a store window .on' Chestnut, .|
the
: never sees company, ment is. carried to absurdity, puff
ft The Age of the Hippbpotamusr '
street and l'guess I pushed too hard V
i 6he.Only. lets the old gardener one each of Baden, Bavaria, Saxony, being so largess to suggest that it is ,; .

( .#ato our house' to tend to the "* "Wurtemberg, four Russian uniforms, meant for a child to sit upon while the and the glass broke, and I couldnjt; .make,, |

"l.x". ,, ,,,.... !'c". Adhela, the female hippopotamus of and one each of his Austrian regimentsof wearer stands. As for sitting down anybody hear,-so I started as fast as,I

4:g'l': :.Bef.Lmnst;. see :her. Stop! What the London Zoological Gardens, died on the line and hussars. The civilian while arrayed in this way it is clearly could to find, an officer;to' keep anybody

lfraottier'8name> December 16, after a life of twenty- suits are elegant and chiefly dark, although impossible.. from stealing the things in the'.windoiri, i' }
? I might have
nine years in the gardens. Her mate a light pair of trousers is now And, Sergeant, I have thirty-five cents
J| that before"
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(Obaysch) died in 1877, after twenty- now and then tolerated. The regular Black illusion are I made selling papers today If-I give: .;

Sl&SS: .... _.".'*:*. seven years spent in captivity. As both head covering is the high silk hat. The pearl spangles, beetles' wings or butter- you that, don't you think they would let '. '.
d"L.'*.:" ,,:. of, disappointmenthed flies, rather than with jet, by London '.
4 '' were young when brought to England, hunting suits are rarely renewed, on me go until I could<<: make enough to pay ;.

!t:... ,':,.. smsri's.: face, 'but'only for a and evidently died of old age, it is probable the principle, probably, that the older dressmakers. The effect is better than for the glass" ? It is every :cent I have, 4
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. a f %!bo;deceives me." ..... gray havelock, which he wears in. the The waist most in use for young girls' officer. "I will see"that the'store is guarded ,* J

"f.z. '!I [Wttade.no more objections.If spring and fall in his drives, and with ball dresses in Paris is crossed in front and if you go and see the owner :to -, :.* :,x r-

t( ;ithe; hortest.o d home," |je A lady dropped in on one of her which, though twenty-five years old, he and at the back and has a belt fastenedby morrow, I don't believe he ''will.take'-a, r '?

:.?#. !f.h._.\:;.. "..'ustgathtough the market neighbors for an afternoon call. IIowis is not willing to part with. All his uniforms a rosette. It has a delightful air of cent: from youl Anyhow, I can trust ,,SS

_!! ii,.( -IIthe: Ii"the other streets your daughter," she inquired. and suits were made by a memberof old fashion which makes the wearer, if you." .. .:.. "',

:.:: S* >eP-' .T...''JIIB'd.Zll..t ,. .'"-' "Splendid. She has. just got ,throughthe the same family, whose predecessors, ,at all pretty, look positively babyish. "Thank you," .said 'the boy, j"I.irilibe : : .,
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tae Qnlbelong; and espem'gentiemao :Normal'' school where:she ciphered presented the young Prince William Still another use has been: found for sure to go and seeTiim, andrlrwin

_' :'"::'"-\ .-: .,;, who.was clear through from ambitions to chemical with his first uniform. Numerous as the little silk tufts. They,are
<: vtt IkBttttme._ At last .fractures,and then she took up pottery the contents of his wardrobe are, and the loops and: ends of satin ribbon which him, if he',wantsi',it..." And'drjif1eyek ., ; ; .t.J.'Iiii\S< ,

.cfK' ;= *" '.'11*"* -'iittte' cottage and jobbery, and says she 'can 'hate been, it has never held a'dressinggowx sometimes: trim the panels of skirt and ,' :he went. on,:probaWT, .to.,aelieer. :..; '

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when Andrew, Gib-. nRheum'. Mr.Scott Is now located.Ai Titus U

; of Uus place,.will open a grand festi- Neuralgia, and all stmOar'diseases.Its Hay. -Real .Estate Lay .a specialityQ "

!.t:*| andldnce. .at. the 'Lund PacldnANue. $ wonderful .curative power'is ; B. MAGRUDER-, .. -' .
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.1i,Andrew gave one just a\.year, simply.beCause it purifies and en. *
.i tha*was a"'great'success. riches the blood/thus, beginning; at Oats, Etc. COUNTY SURVEYOR;.!#:it,. """..

=T&!"Athletes" of tins place<<; went: the foundation,'and by building up .: AND'NOTARY'PU' tt t

alt, .S to.* #*Lifiaitgelast Saturday" afteanootopLyitth n the system drives oft all disease.A ,# also agents for Rockledge- ,"Elorlil" "'+<'

the LaGrange nine, ands as Jacob Reeds' Sons, '

--\,...result'>'''they were. badly beaten. The Lady Cured of Rheumatls'tn MINOR S. JONES.ATTORNEYATLAW. .,
'b i laythat: the of the BaUIaort.M presence young ,
.. My health was inch Shattered by ,
: j1 j1e 'Wi[ i'of LaGrange 'so "oidted",them taking Rheumatism Bran's when boa'and I commenced I Samples to be seen at Store.NOTIONS. .. ':;.I"!

tfcat they.couldn't play, not being used scarcely had ttrcacth enough to attend -, :
,. ..... to'p1 1.before to By daily .hVniichoM ttuTiTT. Titusville, -' Flory-... ,.
spectators. .
p r"" > I am BOW ming IM third book and I .
Am RPiDiq Btranfftk daflv.and I 11 ENGLISH. ,. ;'
!..:._. 'NEWADPBBTLSE. r NTB. Cheerfully rnmaiBrnd it to alt-- DOMESTIC & FMCTDRY GOODSJGP.11ts' M.
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I cannot tat too much la prate ,
: ; 'el ic. JIIIoIlAa., E.Busa.... Notary Public State'at La ;
& 'L."HATCH. : ClotMni Goods. ; .
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1st 441 Affidavits drawn and aOtinafiMM
J DULEB Kidney Disease, Cured.QubtUmtnrg. to mo promptly attended to.. :.l" 'r''
.Va.sSSi. Office at his e.Jde.ee .
Suflerinc from kidney disease !
| GROCERIES,. from tried which Brown's I could JrOll'get teti no,relief which I Titusville, tiDe :".

: cured M completely. A child of .
P'BOV'I: sxo N s COWIE. '
mine recovering from scarlet Jcrer :-- # jJtr'
had no and did oei .
p appetite not seen to # :;:
DRYOOODS, ..able to cauul1. Ipvehisslro.itlas .

.f- '!>a w! vi ZJi .with J.the>;happiest IOIliAW.results. Physician Sarfleon.Tltusville ,:: tt.. "': '

_ _.; ? -SS rtiIr Hart ware ail General lercMse> .. -
Heart -. e, ,Flmt "
'' CITY POINT. TLOBIPA. Disease.Via : ,.
f J 1.DW.. .J&rcIIa s. 4v 45 St.,Harrlsba;. Pa. Every Mistress of a Home in the South should F.'GRAY. ; t' '
Lice_. ,.
After trying different physiciaH r s. MT.THE NEW DIXIE COOK-BOOK. S. ....e
aad remedies for it contains the cream of all the other f
J. M. Dixon many palpitation
; of the heart without itceinng any book. on COOKERY AND HOUSE Watch Maker and JeweHer, :; "
f } benefit.was adroed to try Brown's KEEPING. Oyez and d 1 .,
,.. T1TUSV1LLE: ,' : : FLOBIOA.i Iron and Sitter 1 bond haw used two bottles tried,from old family receipt 5OOO bookand raeiptstne|0OOOwhlnU ALL WORE W.umalO.'t ).:*.. ... -
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Dealer In and help and facts of Sold or K. .
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'a r1p gars IM so much relict by Poet Office,TltuaviUe or with A.Bede .
gilt Drugs Medicines, Chemicals, *Jirs.J Miax Hess. fort aobscriptioti..>eciinea. 'ACENTS and WANTED. Send Grange will receive prompt attention.; WIH ,
"- pares terras. in Titoaville Monday '"'
run gat I'., Fancy 'and Toilet Articles. For the peculiar troubles to which 8. 8r.CO. every :: pODR. '
ladies are subject, BROWN'S IRON L. B. R. WILSON' v i
'PETfmcry Bje-M ATLANTA, CEORCIA. -
Paints 'Oi1sJ r" k
Brrrzas is invaluable. Try it. 'i-'"'''i .
Varnishes brushes,&almost -:.
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everything Will continue the practice of Me&eiM M
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.kept by a first-class Drug House NEWSPAPERSubscription -c
1Ni* .. .A i Any drag, medicine or Instrument Be sure and get the Genuine Titusville and vicIity{ M :It
S needed customersand Agency.The +
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NL1 not on hand, will be ordered. Office at J. H.-Dixon'. Drn a&onai;.
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1 .;iid to6itt night or day with accuracy and dispatch NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY .;A B. DAWLEYD-: :'j: J. >"

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rIr! .,.. ... ...wm..ot. ., NOTICE.. -- Will be pleased to receive subscriptions- Visiting Dentist. : ,,, !-.,:.-!".. .
PIONEER
...a.u....,:.;... W. e. : i hereby caution all persons againstnegotiating COOPERAGE.(0 to any Makes frequent trips to :Indian 'Reny; '

_ .- .' ff'k" for a note signed by me, due i Syrup Barrels $2.25. Periodical or Newspaper published.. Lake Worth, 4cP. / *
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_ June tat 1883, in favor of John 11. .'O. Address
:} "i..r&.. .. Stel New 9wyrni,
/, F.;, .I; lenwerf the ; Gauged to ten cents --o-
,t 1.'. .; ; : );',;t5--: .# as contract for which it was orders extra.
"? wen, has been- broken by him. Honey Barrels, and Oval' Water I Save time, trouble and expense by apply; c. H. ffAVMAJT. a
4 JAMES :McCoiiB
JB. ing to CHAS. H. NAUHAN
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t'n Subscription Agent, Justice of the Peace J d-*
_ A CARD. : : 82.00 ': ,' : Up. '
> a 'Il ave sold m-"lntemtln the LaGrange Tanksand Haulover P. 0., Brevard county, Fla. Notary Public 8tate-at-Irff' *.*,

Store toE.' L.'Brady. I thank my friends The "Lund House Office at the Haul-Over lyIp fad, Y
and the public generally for their patron- all kinds of COOPER WORE to order. ,

age during past years. Irespectfully so T. JOlUBSOff, 2 JOHNSON COCKSHUTT. .
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licit the same support for Mr,.E.L.Brady Corner Main Street & Washington Ave w
dy; who will continue the business with increased LaGrange. : : Florida.
--- Tltufl llle Notary Public, Statat-
-facilities for supplying his cus : Florida.
{ i+, ,r: boatel v tomes with a full stock of merchandise. W. I. MOORE 2 and

,. ;3yry r +at. yiery Bespectfnlly. A.BEADY. Justice of the Peace '
n : si LaGrange, Apri128th 1883.. General Commission Merchant Pleasant Location, Good Table.. rao
--'__ _n___, I. Court day, first Saturday of aeh idi.
A cosy home for the .
LAGRANGE
"G. W; MACKENZIE'S I. ,AND DEALER IN' ..
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I -AT- INVALID AND TODBIST. ST.,State CLUIloAn.uu.Attorney 'Coounq : '

Groceries and ISallboata Seventh Judicial Circuit.' OtstnR''e. +

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I FamlySupplies. Proprietor.,.. ATTORNEYS fc. COCK3ELLOHS.. it'tt-.l .
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.,f* her 1EJ.0&n! special inducements in SKliDES'S THE. SLOOP "AGNES," wm 'rive ORLANDO-careful attention to",'eo. t '

I Tttnsvllle commanded and will practice In the several coarsa ,-
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.BSSES' ill';CHILDREK'S Xovember M80. D18tr1ct.& In the Supreme Coat at .
IQpi U 47 CAPTAIN JOHN McLEAN, naaseeandu. 8. coon at Jacksonville. ,'": ';
TRIMMED & UNTRTMMEO HATS. ONLY Makes regular trips on Indian River. : 4@ ,
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STORE.
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Etc, Always on hand a general aatortaeat z ,
:: f Groceries Dry Goods "
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,'R' Boek Fine.China Tea, sets-, 44.pieces, $8.50Gobleta ., Canned Goods, ;
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8. EAakist. per dozen, .85 Hats, Boots and Shoes, ;ii. ,

Tumblers, per dozen, .60 :LadIes'Shoes In great variety;;'Prints all i E. .L'4'I: r a tM,'.'. ; :"'l'\(

Individual[ Preserve shes per dozen .70 new, patterns at low prices. i January lit 1883 J.T itk '

P ,.Individual; ",. Salter per dozen .30 Ready-made:ClotIihiL; Mel. Articles, FloHdaManufacture ';:""-"1I0;- :j

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Large Preserve Duhes ,20@. 0 .; 1I0TIOSSFor : z ;

.r. 4ri : 'J Elegant Vases, per pair, SOc upSeeatu i Mrchl5,4"- em.the cash only..g. .AMAZON ,PAINT' ;wili ,.,
Osi 8asie Morit .
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original and popular 1.00 Sets. "";0; "" :
S. RYDER. W.J.'BERNE. ttCf! ?:,1% ":
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pp 1CO'rfloie BARGAINS ROCKLEDGE, ... Vi':
Has'justreceived and continues '.,
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4 F.j In. Dress. Goods- Hosiery, in;stock a full and complete stock of Groceries AMAZON EEADY-MIED, '. *,:' 'PAM., .
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/ Boots & Shoes, Hats & Caps In in all shades and readr'fot; '- * Etc. Etc. PHILADELPHIASINGER great variety and General Merchandise '>(.. !jII"1"..
.j; :ab Wllr of every description. Ask for whateveryou Imm'edlateUsleeri \Io';1\" ,

REMNANTS MACHINE may want. One price to all. Canned and grinders of 't 1irl
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OF LACK The above cut represents the most pop ---J Whit :. ; jf

ular style for the people which we offer i LUMBER Puretti .
ONLY A FEW LEFT! you for the very low price.of $20. Remember -, Colon. M ILOMee \j'tIit; 1$j>>,h.
,we do not ask Will be furnished to order onihort > \!' .f.l\.
Y..7'F yon to pay until' notice ,., la v#
Only lOcents each you have seen the machine. After having I and Factojjr ;3' ';
"HT 8R examined at $18.00 per thosand. Dressed ; "Vj/"
it if It fe not all we represent lumber : ; ", t..

,Hew Goods ArrlTlnr by Every return It to us at our expense. Consult from$20.00 to ai.pO per thonsaud. ;,Na'.. ......,.26Ooea., .. '..>aa ettw., ....,...'f-n .,.

iialiipgtea D 4. DiisEayen 'teanter* your for, circulars Interests and and testimonials.order at once,or' send. LUMBER 4 SHINGLES JACKSONVILLE, ;,.:",._:<:.". FiO> H\../f'...., '

Address CHARLES A.Wood & CO. New Inroiwatl FIiitII.r'r (
CANVASS Always on band. i..it t
SHOES, VARIETY OF No. 17 N.Tenth St., Philadelphia, Pa. .. .. ''I. "
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