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

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!WiT rb. IY, t TITUSVILLE,. FLORIDA. THURSDAY, JULY 5, 188 NUMBER 10.

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'; jp0U3 TO'I-JKTH AT TI. King out,on lat, W. FIU vent, to 1st, THE DANCE* OKEECHOBEE NEWS. STATE NEWS.

'< _. !l'lflfILLE, I. rwath Donald,fI)1st,Loud scored, Fritot to 1st, Yesterday, the fourth ,of July 1883, Captain R. E. Rose,'who has charge of The Ocala Ba IU'l"-Lcuon says Baloon

:t'f.t 'f 1. : a seat never i equalled J. Fifta out on fly Time .13' minutes. made an elapse of one hundred and seven the work of cutting the canals of the ascensions are becoming quite numerous

.i era norida.]'The weather Athletes Bay t.Q> lit, O. Rice out on years since this glorious country, with Okeechobee Drainage Company arrivedin lately.

":..-ii 1I 'scald haTe been desired, thebeautiful 1st,Bolton took lst.TUusto 1st,Bay out the motto, "E pluribus unum," threw oft the city a few days ago, and is now at The Honey peach is receiving attentionby

; .dear, calm cud,, on 3d, Bolton scored, McCarthy out on the shackles colonial. dependence and i the St. Marks. Yesterday afternoon a some of our fruit growers. Some of

: ..1It1iJiFt.. from the east- 1st Time 8 minutes. i said that henceforth it would govern itself Tunu-Union man called upon 'him and them think it superior to the Peen-To..

ibWi ki Ied..the, starry banners Eighth Inning. In place of submitting to the.rule of asked what progress was being made, to !
The entrance to Pensacola harbor is
0-" "II1DJiae..:. Che p1'Oo'f Stars:Wright out on foul, Nichols England. George Washington; Pat- which that gentleman replied that the
: toaitre now 221 feet deep by 150 feet in width.It .
the day was carried out about took,his base, Wells took his base, Loud rick Henry, Benjamin Franklin, and progress was even more satisfactory than
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a is to be deepened to 25 feet at
.it1l-aou1d have been expected ex- to 1st, Nichols scored, King out on 1st, Thomas Jefferson, along with other illus- was at first expected. He is now engaged low tide. mean

'o Lion in the .morning, the W.Fitts to 1st, Wells scored, Donald to trious characters of the Revolution have in building an immense dredge, the largest -

, afiII..,SJODtBt iq., not being able 1st, Loud scored, W. Fitts scored, Fritotto passed away but the memories of all still ever built in Ae United States, the We learn that the Pensacola Advance-

.... qua we regret, as all were 1st, Donald scored, J. Fitts to 1st, live-being deeply enshrined within the 1300,000 dredges figured on in Philadel- Gazette has been reorganized and that it
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t i lug good >, that way.M I Fritot scored, Wright took his base, Nichols limits of every true American heart and phia to the contrary notwitbstading. will appear for the present on Sunday .

eip_De !.I game of Base Ball, was out on 1st, J. Fitts scored. Time 20 to show a slight appreciation for those i. This dredge was launched about two morning.The .

onea i1 t and was a striking feature minutes. who labored so earnestly and incessantlyfor weeks ago, is about 50 feet wide by 107 Governor has offered a reward of

r.dtbxla17iB&is"d. Athletes.-B.Rice out on fouL McCombout the cau.8 e of freedom we must celebrate feetlong and will have a capacity of removing $300 for the apprehension of Burke, the

Enterprise, a fine and on foul, DeCpurcey to let, Ray to the anniversary of the Declarationof 10,000 cubic: yards of earth per I murderer of Henry Madison, at Brant-

-eatleaanly club were promptly onMad 1st, O. Rice out on 1st.. Time 10 minutes Independence by a big lighting of bon- day. The machinery is entirely new and ford, a few weeks since. .

nr1 fires the and the cannon'sroar was designed by himself and Col. Kream-
and,iD 1heir' spotless uniform pre- trumpet's peal Ocala Bcmner-Lacon: Town politics are

J a abe appearance. Our home club Ninth Inning which, resound! from the northern er. CoL Kreamer is now in Philadelphiaand becoming fever heat. Several fights,

Vie, though but very recentlylstied Stars.Wells took 1st, Loud out on coast of Maine to the most southern por- he is expecting a despatch instruct knockdowns and arrests have taken

die presented a tasty appearance insWr foul, King to 1st, Wells scored, W. Fitts tion of tropical Florida. Again homageis ing him to go to that city to superintendthe place lately. Large increase in the City

my fledged uniform, appeared to 1st, Donald to 1st, King scored, Fritotto paid to our forefathers in asocial construction of the machinery to-day. money chest.

&ised that their guest should earn 1st, W. Fitts scored, J. Fitts to 1st, way. Large receptions are tendered Capt. Rose says that there are now two The post office at Sanford has been removed -

fte turels if they carried away any. Als1 Wright out on 1st, Donald scored, Fitta where the fun loving individuals can dredges and a snag boat being operatedby to a more commodious and better

tone began to spring up 'as theM scored, and Nichols out on fly. Time 11 while away the hours tripping the light the Oketchobee Company and it is ventilated position and has, received an

*proceeded which was very much minutes. fantastic toe, to the sound of merry mus- quite probable that a number of others outfit of lock boxes from the Yale Lock

lied by the players and the large Athletes.-Bolton to 1st, Titus out on ic, while fair visions of History contain- will be built as won as the one now build- Co. of 252 boxes.A .

Snfcnce of spectators, gathered from fly, Moore to 1st, McCarthy out on 1st, ing interesting accounts of the"long,long ing is completed and tested. One of the Sanford swallowed
at
to aDd Bear to witness the sports of the Bolton scored, Moore scored, B. Rice to ago," rush through imaginations witha dredges is now engaged in cleaning out three negro ounces woman of laudanum last week, with

1st. :McComb to 1st.. DeCourcey out. velocity wonderful to relate almost the Caloosahatchee and has already cut a
"1- the evident of 'self destruction.The .
a.-- Time 6 minutes. Time of game Shours causing a complete upset of the modem channel the distance of about twenty purpose

tU) "]IASEe BALL. and 2 minutes. beaux and a decided tendency toward the miles. The dredge has now reached a rock only thing that saved her life 'was.
the habituated use of opiates, which ena-
'\ antcb game of baseball was between Stars scored 21 runs, and Athletes 10. ghosts of the great Revolution. Then the ledge throgh which a channel will haveto
bled her system to withstand the effects
the Enterprise"Star?and the"Athletes" bells, "0 the beautiful bells 1" ever be blasted, when the waters of the Ca-
of the substance.The .
THE YACHT RACE. powerful
fl thIi place.". The game was called at :. mindful of the national occasion chime loosahatchee, will be, in his opinion, nav- '

MS..m.;; sharp,' with Charles Case as The Yacht Race which was intendedto out their stirring lays as if desirous of igable from the Gulf to the Okeechobee. Cedar Key Jvyrtal says: "Itis

BBfinutd Perkins Smith and M. E. En- have been started yesterday at 2 p. m. outvying the reputation borne by "OldLiberty" Dredge No. 2 is just completing the ca- stated that the management of the Marine
on account of delays and measuring did Hospital service at the of Cedar
.pi'lI coren. which ancient relic reminds us nal from Lake Tahopekaliga to Lake Cypress port
not commence until about four o'clock. has not been and thatit
Key satisfactory
a distance of four miles. This ,
-Stan. "Athletes. I of the lines, canal
The yacht race was especially attrac has been the of official ..
iY E.Fittl c. Titus p. "That old State-House bell is silent, i, was originally cut six feet deep, but subject inquiry
DouM Lt Moore' 2b. tive. The different boats as they sailedto Hushed is now its clamorous tongue; the water in the former lake was reduced during the past week by Col.J. M.Currieof

.1.Frimt i. L McCarthy r.f. and fro, some beating and others sailing But the spirit it awaken'd so much that the channel was left only the United States Treasury. Depart-
with all canvass spread, presented a Still is living-ever young;
JLRtt > B. Rice 1 b. about a foot in depth. On account of this ment"f
And when the
we greet smiling sunlightOn
beautiful sight to the eye of the many reduction the turned The trustees of the East Florida Semi-
Wright i b. McComb Lf.'j.NfcWs the fourth of each July, dredge was round
Co f. DeCourcey Sa S. spectators who thronged the crowded We will ne'er forget the bellman and proceeded back to Lake Tahopekaliga nary have notified all whiskey dealers in

T'4' a b. Bay c. docks in order to watch their progress. Who betwixt the earth and sky', deepening the canal to a depthof Gainesville that if they sell any ,malt or

Loud L I.. O. Rice 3.b. The race course was a triangular one, Rung out, loudly, 'Independence, eleven and one-half feet, with a width of vinous liquors to any cadet of the East
Which GOO thall die.
please never
each side being one and a half miles, making ,
}; g'r.. L Bolton c.f. seventy-two and giving a channel about Florida Seminary, or permit them to
The ball at the Court House last eve-
distance of four and half miles
a a six feet. The play their tables within
First Inning. dredge was just enteringthe any games upon : or -
the rnoal
ning decidedly enjoyableafiair
was
&m.-land off with W. Fitts to the and to be sailed from the apex on the lake when he left and will proceed at their houses of business, that the dealer -
of the kind ever given in Titusville,
east shore to a stake on the west side of canal from Lake or hotel proprietor will be prosecutedby
lid lid md let base. Donald to the once to cut a Tahopekaliga
and an event that will ever remain a me-
the triangle, mid way between the other to East distance of the Board of Trustees of that institu-
14 fen OJI" strikes, Fitts scored, Ray mento of Pleasure and Happiness in the Tahopekaliga, a
two stakes, and back, making a distance about and one-half miles. tion under the recent legislative enact- J.
feta Bolton'splace as catcher,Fritot minds of those who were fortunate enough one Captain .
Bih 1st car fair ballDonald scored. of three miles, constituting the en- to participate in the scene of tdat and Rose says the water in several of the lakes ment relative to minors.
tere course of seven and a half miles to
around there has been reduced from threeto
,J.LRtt80tttonafouL Wright. to 1st
be sailed around twice. The wind was a festivity. The hall wa most beautifully The "Biggest" and the "Best"A
four feet. This he is attributedby
on otriik and Fritot scored. Nichols out decorated for the occasion withpalmettoescedars says,
brisk breeze from east-southeast to
good to be due to the First-Class;
w First. Time 18 minutes.Athlete1' and sweet pretty flowers, while some extreme dry
southeast. weather but since the first of June it has
tns' made 1st on fly. visible Mammoth Newspaper
here and there were conspicuously ,
Three of the flat bottom boats startedtoo
Yoae to lit aD balls. McCarthy to 1st, rained daily, sometimes as much as two
banners bearing different inscriptions For and
tasty one an
soon after the first was fired and year
gun inches and the banks have
lituioondBBice to 1st, Moore and per day, not
which
the of we noticed
they sailed one-half of the course over be- among many !
Novel
MeCutkjr cored, McComb out on fly, "To the winning 9," "Fair Sex," rUeu a particle, in fact they are filling Interesting
informed that their time !
fore
they were
AQourcey out ou 1st, Bay out and B. "Dance "Song" "Mirth etc., also steadily. Lake Tahopekaliga has fallento FOR S .oo.
,
had not boon taken and that they would
I such extent that he forced
Btttt&L Time 12 minutes. i large flags that waved their hearty welcome -: an was a THE SAVANNAH{ WEEKLY NEWS
hare to start over again.
few few ,
days to of
Second'Inning. I I ago purchase a acres:
The following list gives the names of to the constantly arriving guests, A mammoth sheet, 38x52 inches con-
loan I land outside of where his first dredge ,
the bat and was
Wells to out on fly
smaller but
assisted by the equally en- of
taining 8p.igges reading matter
the their home and comprising -
boats captains:
ports launched for which he
food takes 1st; King takes 1st, and Fitts thusiastic knots of red, white and blue paid $2,000 for all the News of the Week, TelegraphIc -

fcia 1st leaving three on bases. Loud Coquette, Oak Hill, John Gardner. streamers that floated majestically fromat the company, in order to give it a water Dispatches, accurate Market reports -

outbr otd er. Tune 10 minutes.AtWete8.0. Arrow, Rockledge, Antonio Canova. of the front. a well edited Agricultural Depart-
Lizzie H., Two Rivers, G. F. Ensey. least thirty distinct portions ment, Original Serials, a page ofFloriiia
Rice to 1st, Bolton to 1st room. Everything, indeed, was coukr de The Snag boat is at work clearing out
Bessie John LaRoche.Mystery .
wdlitttoot on fly, Moore out on foul, Rockledge Titusville,, J. E. Thomas. rote, and the national appearance was an the rafts, etc., and making the run navigable Georgia & H Carolina News.

lccrhy. out.. Time 6 minutes. for the between Lakes Kissimmee, Rosalie, .
And
Dashaway, Oak Hill, Wm. Davis. appropriate picture. now It it not a local paper. ,
Third .Tuning Tiger and This boat has
music. The Grand March struck at Washya'topka.
burs Nonsense, Titusville, W. B. Moore. up To the farmer, mechanic,or artisan, the
-F tot out, J. L Fitts out on already cleared out about nine miles of
Ella Tltusville, C. R Carlin. 9 o'clock, and not short of twenty-five business or professional man who has not
,
HVrighttolrt and Nichols out on couples glided upon the floor to keep channel and is now between the two latter the advantage of a daily mail, it is a paper
>H. Time lola, Titusville, E. B. Wager. i which he be
informed
10 of
minutes. strains which lakes. The distance between Lakes Kis- by can events
time to the maddening
A&fcte .-B.Rice Two Boys, City Point, M. E. English. transpiring in the busy world, whether in
simmee and Okeechobee
out on 1st McComb by the river at
with such perfect sweetness as to
City Point, City Point, Dixon. arose his own State or in the most distant: parts
Jrtonte DeCourcey out foul. Time is 312 miles but this distance by
on The the yachts in make one forget earth and imagine that present of the :lobe.In .
following comprise
lacitn. -, the canals in the addition first-class
to
the "golden harp" was being touched by proposed straightening a newspaper at
the first class viz, Arrow,
Fourth Inning. ; Coquette the winged Seraphs who dwell in the river will be only about seventy-two .. a moderate price we offer each yearly subscriber -
The Zelia
Lizzie IL and Bessie B. was
of of the
taP1ealled a published
copy any
time for 7 minutes. Souls. miles, but as yet the actual amount of ,
land of
"Happy
& entered but broke down before the start. novels of the Morning News: Library Jr<<.
w.-Wdlsto 1st on fly Loud to canaling to be done is not known.
,
1 t, The winning boat was the Arrow, beating Dancing was continued until 2 o'clockin Subscription $2.00 a year in advance.
Weniottton2d, King to 1st, Fitts 20 second The Coquette the morning, when all started to seek They have already drained an immense Subscriptions can be sent through local
-m> the Coquette just -
WIand soared, Donald out on 1st, her mast a few hours rest before the commencement amount of the finest sugar laud in the agents and postmasters, or direct to
carried duringthe
"totoatonfly. away top J. H. STILL
.!thJet .: Time 10 minutes. race. of day. Quite a number were world, and are expecting next winter a 3 Whitaker Street, Savannah, Ga.
& ay.out on fly, 0. Rice to and Nonsense present from the Halifax and the fair committee frsm the Louisana Sugar .
>+ &b: oaton The Mystery, Dashaway, .
b ,.Moore w 1st, Rice scored, Titus comprised the second class. The Mystery and brave of LaGrange, City Point and Growers' Convention to examine these The Savannah Wetlly News needs no

bad .Tine 6 to,lst; McCarthy- out on beat the Nonsense 7 minutes and Rockledge were well represented. We lauds, with a view to making extensive introduction from u,. For one-third of a

Fifth minutes. 15 seconds. l hope to see such another glorious time on investments and improvements. century it has made its regular weekly .

&az.-J-Fitta'to Inning. The Ella, lola, Two Boys, and City July fourth 1SS4. Captain Rose thinks that, in order to appearance at thousands of homes in
1st, Wright out on !, drain the canals Florida-an evenvelcome visitor. It has
l'icbolso Point comprised the third clas.the Two NOTICE.I thoroughly Everglades,
let,well.to 1st, Fitts out will have to be cut from Lake Okeechobee kept p.ceith the requirements of ad-
.l ,h4011Scored; Boys becoming disabled during the first will sell at public outcry before the
Loud to 1st, Wells to the head of the Miami River and to vanced journalism, and each succeedingyear
XiDg to round. The Ella beat the Iola 3 minutes Court House door in the town of Titus
bt
w.Fitts to 1st, Loud : has witnessed marked
White Water wel18.i to the other improvement
Bay, as
bead hoatid to and 40 seconds. ville, Brcvard county Fla., on Monday
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King scored, Fretot fourth which he is of the will be and to-day it ranks with the best weeklies
lilt GQ lat. Tine 14 minutes. There were no entries in the July 6th 1SS3, one lot of dry goods, levied points, opinion

B.'Rice class for sharpies.The on as the property of Thomas New to done. published: in this country. This mammoth
lit
to ,McComb out "Champion Flag" for the boat satisfy an execution in favor of D. P. Capt. Rose is very enthusiastic and sheet contains 8 pages of reading
Oey to 1st, Ray out on fly, matter all the of the
,0'1ice1 t0'lkt. B. Rice Scored ; making the fastest corrected time was Gibson, issued from the May term, 1833, thinks that as soon as the new dredge is comprising news

st me 8.minuses. DeCourcey awarded to the "Arrow." The flag is of the Justice Court at Titnsville Fla. in working order the work will progress week, telegraphic dispatches, State new,

,, ,-Sxth truly a beautiful one, quite large, neatly M. E.ENGLISH Constable. with a rapidity not excelled by the expectations agricultural items, original serial, etc.

-J 1iiti oui foul made and is a trophy that one should l.e Titusville Fla. June 13 1883. of the warmest advocates of In addition to a first-clai newspaper at a

'Iv 1a OIl Wright to proud of. Owing to a lack of time this .... .. the enterprise. lie will probably leave moderate price, the publisher offers to

c out on foul. Time week we cannot give a tabulated state- The 'Banner-Lacon' proposes McDonald for Philadelphia Wednesday, where he each yearly subscriber a copy of any of

ment of the yachts' time until next week. and Pattison the published novels of'the Morning
"litna of Indiana of Pennsylvania will remain until the machinery is all
to
,"m. 2d on fly, Moore I for next President and Vice-Pres- L'nWn News Library free. Subscription two
1S. is to back some of the completeJ.Tiw'* 26/A ult.Why .
KCCathy England get
.. on to 1st, Titus scored, Alabama award fund after alL English ident. There is time enough yet. ...'. dollars a year, in advance. Address J.. H.
fly
t :,:May scored,Dot citizens who lost property on the vesselsdestroyed Why be weak? Why not be healthy suffer from a state of ill health? Estill, Savannah, .Ga., ,
onfty Time 7 minutes. the Alabama have been '''
Ro-. Sev nth, Inning. formally authorized by to prove, up and robust and strong, by using Brown's Iron Why be troubled with dyspepsia? Brown's Florida's cigar crop for this year is estimated

, weUao tou 1st, Loud to 1st, collect their claims. Bitters Iron Bitters will cure you. at eighty-two million cigars.

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..r. .-THE HEW.PREACHER. l4 .. 'WuiieraMy. 1!!nrprised. Hta aad, srttJobbU-. &. iaght. | see If the brow i-pi.per p& : &
.. -;; .. .rtaoiahiit; .abtvtesValittle ( he i found that$llamT* portmant*a was plod without assistance, : .

'T,"Batier. Tn Wuftth*- mm.. prea:.c r. Kn$ theft they,were all of one.;.jisrty, t stin'the jMbm. m waVjsVowwjer, securely I parcel under:his arm and ..y
'PeA p h.mj1 rTW7 1I&*.* --*'- foitbel ix t 'wer 'tcld to inform-Mrr' locked?lmt me-inspectorr com '' UK headquarters is to make "
Bat I can't nj I reallY like him,
T'4ugh.I've never Mard him bat twice.Iffesnice Nathaniel Gavan that Mr. Bellamy and p&njon was prepared for,this: contingency exploit that would at ?*
i 4 politf. and real styflth,' Mr. Isom had arrived. The flrst-named and with the aid of skeleton keys, 'name prominently before th > ?

Bat A.WI J-u d'IeINIIa"tIIl.l nut like"preachin'. came at once fronb&prlvatesittingroom : : -'. soot opened, 'it:;t J/TJ l j c.You arriving there he jfodnd '
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Yeria} .itiewfiabiaaed wafts tehad. Bgaged and cordially wel- ''. scoandrela,!'muttered .the Jn- men had( also been ,.
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Be took his text out rf the.Bible: comed the.: other;*.< More 'than this, he spector, as, after turning.over. the con- tactics had been similar to :: ..
And read it off glib a*could be hospitably manifested deep interest in tents and pointing some of them out to ed by Gavan.: It was : ...\.... .
Then It all meant I J
As 4ti Went Brent to AI explaiam'diff rest o-wld be., the welfare. RP11sn",' portmanteau. his subordinate, he ,quietly closed and attempt had been; made :

Rig. word were o lbn tat high-toundm which, after consultation amongst the i again, locked. ,the portmanteau., "I:. Buckingham Palace,the B
I couldn't catch all he said. three ordered to be taken to Mr. you land and 'the Houses I
Bat aorne thinjn.be told to his people was think.we've got. this time. Now. .to : :
Won't ever go out of' my bead'!; Gavan's private sitting-room, a fact ,immediately find out'.Master,'and,' Inspector Grab- ment, and thus deal a 2

.. He said lie considered the BibleAwTfoodbookiniUway. noted by the.watchful detec- bam will ,be Mr.', Superintendent' and blow at Royalty, Commerce f i : *'!!:
.' tive, who by. this time was consuming: have a.money reward, too, may' be.. ment. "
But ftilf.for the timea that we lived in.Twa 'with remarkable deliberation,'a bottleof Come, along ; I'm, satisfied with this The three canisters ,
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quite out of date.be must say. J '
And some other bOOb that are written ginger beer at the hotel bar. day's work, anyhow." this desperate outrage was
Were very: much better to read, Had' David, Isom carried out had been
.Fergus Bellamy
And sailed the taste of the wise folks Grabham's I junior was not equally
Who wan't' be bound by prayer-book or and Nathaniel Gaven known that the I pleased. In fact, he was somewhat puz, lids. were securely soldered
:.creed hilarious gentlemen who dined at an zled, for he did not understand why authorities at Scotland C .lilt

He said that the Jesus we rev rence. adjacent table were Inspector Grabhamand these packages, if,dangerous, were not attempt to open them, so ..
The Sarior who died for us all,. two other detectives whose them to Woolwhich by i
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Was really a wise and gnod teacher duty taken charge of by,the police. But ex-, I %
But then. 10 were Peter and PauLHe it was to watch their every action and perience had lately taught those more, ance, in order that'tlcientific. *til
taught those poor ignorant people doubtBut I remember every word they spoke, it is learned than he in the ,.art of trapping their contents might'be _
A,sreat deal of good.he'd no
fol ks now had got quite beyond him; probable that they would have eaten in criminals, not to strike too soon, but. to due course. 4jj
Yes Betsey he said that.right;out J I privacy.upstairs rather than In the public track conspirators, so far as public I Reports of the affair soon ,, '%

He talked about culture and beauty. coffee-room. Certainly they would sef ety would permit, to the lair of the i Special editions. the ne\V .4
And science and nature and art; not have accepted the hospitality. of instigator, and, by bringing him to :'published, with sensati Data
They But though tomehow his words seemed sounded lackin'so in pretty.heart. ,their neighbors; but drink is responsible book, destroy the root o'f,the plot. Columns of print not only ..

I wanted to hear of the Savior for many an acquaintanceship, and when Next morning, after a frugal break- :! of what bad occurred, but "

And Whose who life to<< 8Ou"lrea here on earth-ladeni was so blest. the beefsteak and Welsh,rarebit which fast (conspirators never have enough hinted'at the identity'of the art..

Has promised shelter and rest. constituted.their modest meal ws demolished money to afford luxuries), Bellamy, J The.political, bearings of fe
'
I want to to taught by a preacher and Isom ordered "three Isom and Gavan left their hotel, closely were discussed, while dak
The way both to live and to die, whiskies hot,". it was but ,natural that watched by detectives, and, taking the visited the scenes where or tIIftt
That f may be fit for that heaven should feel for had been deposited. As
they
ltd hopra' rtfC'i by and by. grateful Inspector omibus from' the Angel, they were set tf
If this JB the new-btnpled; doctrine. Grabham's offer (made ina\ortbcountry down. at Charing. Cross. Here they police were sagaciously coq
This talk I've been hearin to-day. accent) to partake of a bottle of separated. Bellamy walked along the and excitement was intense

Why- preachin'then you "may, hare your fine O'Flaherty's oldest port. This was nota Strand, going citywards,. while Isom the metropolis when the it b

I'll,stick" to the.... old-fashioned. way! beverage to be despised, for it had went up Parliament street, and Gavan ed at Bow Street in theJ-

,- been in the cellar nearly six months, strolled- .towards Pall Mall, ed by, mounted 'police .i&
ever since the bankruptcy of a grocer in In.a few hours, the police officers em- sworos. m
.'A'PlIl a .' for'the.--.Detectives., the next street, when tue landlord of the I ployed on the: special :duty of watching The court was crowded

When.,Fergus Bellamy left Wolver- Sprig of Shillalagh had. purchased the the suspected persons made their re- suffocation when Mr. Tr"
hampton with a portmanteau which was whole remaining stock of seventeen bot- I ports.The. ed the case for the i

so heavy. that it tookthe, united strength tles.for thirty shillings. first was as follows : the learned, counsel' 'said. I .
of threeporters toM. it into- the lug- After the first,glass round had been Watched Ballamy.: :lie'went up the her Majesty's Treasury to,

gap van the: local Superintendent of held up to the light, submitted to the Sb-andt stopping to look in several shop serious charge against the buds J

Police,felt'it to'be his duty to communi- nasal test and disposed of, the zealous windows. Seemed particularly attractedby had D't yet been decided oUfe.

.. ate telegraph to his superiors at Scot- police officer opened out his heart to his one, cutler's. lie went In and inquired would ultimately be indicted : -is tb
and Yard.,: For Fergus had only been guests."I I I the price of an American'bowie felony, or under, a more wbettt

at Wolverhampton, a few days, and no have just come up from Bradford, knife, but did not buy it Was a. long with being in possession of ,tin
one knew from whence he came or what traveling in the dry goods line. Maybe, while looking in the windows of. : n an unlawful purpose. At the dq

hit business, was. Even. in the billiard- Mr. -, I have not the pleasure of' optician where there were portraits t f the proceedings' he fa
room of a second-rate'I hotel, where he your name. Thank you, Mr.'Bellamy. ; members of Parliament actresses. I prove the'circumstances ,

spent his evenings, he proved himself to Maybe you know the town. I'mgoing thought he was going to turn back here, arrest: of the prisoners. suporik'
be an unsociable fellow. Not only did round London to-morrow to some of for he wavered, but at last he went on. however, call .the & p>

he answer: in,monosyllables such com- our city houses. Can I be of any service He paused for some time .at Somerstt magistrate' to the fact cultaa

monplace remarks as were addressed to to you, or perhaps you are at the House, and walked out into the road to dasta dly outrage'lJad never appearance's
'him, but he so far omitted the ordinary same game, eh ?" The Inspector might get'a better view'of the building. Passed against,the lives. and, bull i
courtesies of the place that he never of- have spared himself the trouble tryingto down Fleet street and up Ludgate-: majesty's subjects. It was, ;' soul

fered to treat the marker to a drink or a extract information either by straight hill ;walked round: St. Paul's Cathedral, ness of conception and tl

-=igar'. Possibly it was on this account forward questions or cross-examination, stopping thiee times. Went up"Cheap- purpose, unparalleled in the
.thatthat official prophetically'observedAS for the three conspirators excused them- side, where he spoke to Constable (K. crime. There was some the 1st

Bellamy drove off to the railway selves early on the plea of fatigue, after 007); and asked to' be' directed to the the learned counsel ibtt

station, "He'U never'be BO good to no disscussing nothing but the wine, the Bank of England. Arriving there, I by calling as his first &
one, m bet) a 'bob."" weather, and the extortionate chargesof walked round that, viewing the Bank G 'ahl:am. paijei

On reaching"St. Pancras, Fergus London cabmen.As from several positions. Finally he .appeared The witness ,detailed ;:'OB

evinced great anxiety that :due care O'Flaherty was closing his bar 1 to select a spot in the'northwest I stances of his suspicions, Bat

should be taken of portmanteau, and some three hours after his guests had I corner, and remained there looking idly following the prisoners, of 'ni

wonder, for it was apparently brand retired to their respective rooms,he was about him for some minutes. He then the rooms, and finding the 1Ii'fo.
new, and bore'his initials in large green surprised by a visit from a police con- went down Moorgate street, called in a'' He also produced'the' d
letters. If the' vahie of its contents stable in uniform, followed by Inspector tobacconist's shop, and purchased a box : ting-paper he had taken, iiI

c.uldbe' judged by' its- weight rather Grabham and another man. He recognized of flaming fusees. Then walked Into I that, on searching the I I a flee
than/by the giatuity with which 'the the two latter as customers who I Goswell road and'on to the Sprig of i:I found it contained a a W

porters were rewarded, it was precious had dined and paid so well that evening, i Shillelah. .where I was relieved, and building bricks and three IUlii
indeed. After seeing it deposited on the and assumed that they required accommodation came directly here (Scotland-yard) and I I I They were the same as
roof of a foor-wbeeled cab, and discovering for the night. However, he made this report. police in the possession of sat*

from a time-table that the train was soon undeceived, and in a startling I The reports,of the other detectives J I The inspector then detailed
'.!rom Birmingham was due in ten min- matter. were very similar to this one. Isom had i of the arrest of Gavan. MluE<

rates the traveler devoted himself to ob- "We are police officers of the detec- trolled towards Westminster, and e |I The prisoners declined : ttI
.tainingall the news of the day in a amined the Houses of Parliament as questions.
department. You have now in your
strictly economical manner by reading house-a licensed bouse-three dangerous f I minutely as if he were a foreign architect -I I Two other detectives .
the contents bills of the papers that ; while Gavan had surveyed Buck- part of the evidence of
characters, said the inspector, i j r ;
,I I
were exposed on the book-stall. sharply, mentioning their names. iugham Palace as,carefully,as though he !also gave details of the *
Within a few minutes of the advertised "When did they arrive ? Quick, we j I j i were .going'' to make a drawing of it !1 I amy and Isom.

hour, the Birmingham train arrived have no time to lose." from memory. Both had walked back to Fairland was about to fit
and as Bellamy stepped forwardto I I Islington different loutes. adjournment, when he ad
O'Flaherty was terribly frightened, i
greet the acquaintance for wLom be and spluttered out words to the effect i I, In the evening the three friends again I that Professor Cain, in : *
had evidently been waiting, he was unaware that j left their hotel. On this occasion each i tin canisters had been mi>
Garan bad come first, and the .
of the immediate proximity of others later in the afternoon. Gavan I I took with him brown paper parcel and arrived. He, therefore, .' >t1

Inspector Grabham, of the Detective evidently had expected them, and had each proceeded towards the building in I i allowed to prove the co acts
Department, and of the interest that hired which: he had taken so much interest in canisters. On the jcta
a sitting-room. They all bad lug- I
experienced, officer was taking in his the morning. I his consent, the Prof ma8'
a'e2s2nd he knew no more, except that I
movements. Nor did'he notice that the they had dined and gone to bed early.'Lead Inspector Grabham and two other : somewhat flustered, entered ndP
Inspector was taking care not to missa the officers followed Gavan. That he was box. His evidence was as to &
to the
word of the following conversation: way sitting room, the I He W
I replied the inspector. He then gave ringleader of the gang the penetrat was public analyst
"What message from Master?" asked some instructions to the constable who ing officer had already decided in his jesty's War Office. Three *
,
Bellamy, in a somewhat excited tone. them own mind. Nor was his zeal unrewarded been delivered to'him by Mr. ** **
passed on to others waiting I
,
'Nothing more but that he'll be up outside. Grabham and his companion for, on reaching the gates which : on behalf of the police. As and *

the day after to-morrow.. It must be followed the landlord, who trembled as separate St. James' Park from Buck- ',soldered down, he had
done before then. You have the materials though he were the responsible culprit. ingham Palace Road,Garan,handicapped pedient to have them opened crate
and the papers are here," replied as he was by the apparently heavy spector of explosives. apt d
The bedrooms being on an upper story,
the other, glancing downwards at a 1 the officers ran but little danger of being package he carried, quickened his pace contained some hundreds p r,
small carpet-bag that evidently comprised disturbed in their search in the sitting- so that the detectives could scarcely about a sixteenth of an inch *<
"
all his luggage. We must join room. Some writing materials were on keep up with him. A sentry-box close Taking a handful haphazard to *

X..G. at once", the table and by carefully reversing the by was evidently the spot fixed on for canister, he had analyzed **
, With a reciprocal wink, the two got the perpetration of whatever outrage consequence of no s:
blotting-paper, the inspector was able to
;Into the cab, which had been waiting, make out that the following letter had was to be committed. Carefully watch- relate to his worship, he had *
and the driver was. ordered to go to the been written : ing his time when the soldier on guard vered in a quantitative &*

Sprig of. Shillelagh. Inspector Grab- had turned to the right, Gavan deposited globule contained rhubarb tb'
ham followed in a hansom at a reasonable .- The Sprig of Shillelagh, hb parcel in the shaded angle to the cum, and also other harmless ?

distance. Islington. left of the box. Then, taking from his I he had been .unable to d | n
.The hotel selected by the friends was DEAU MASTEItSo far all welL We. pocket a fuse, he struck it on the sole slightest trace of anything ; '

but a very humble hostelry at Islington. have the materials, and will go to work !I of his boot, and-he, found himself the compound. There was *..

Its proprietor] an ,Irishman ,named Next day you shall hear from us whether I. captured' and' handcuffed and thrust an explosive, dangerous or 111
()'}"laherty, carried on .fairly prosperous ,I we are to sink or swim. X. G. arrhed.I into a cab and driven away he knew not character about them. rfi

trade during the, Cattle Show and Having I where before he had time to make any they might effectually, I'e'a I
Derby weeks, but at the arrival of three I deposited the blottingpaperin excuse. Inspector Graham chuckled II I: gout. In reply,,to 'the)n 'a P
new visitors in one day in the off-season his pocket, Grabham continued the to himself as after craftily waiting to' admitted that they had the


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writing from
Jnn.elOtothe', Florida Island That we are more .exempt from frost IRON BITTEI'c.t .,
!JMd. than of the State
any part north"or West
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says Diy'article.
: / in the JJ'giiculiuT f of on May'Tropical 16th of.That us. the.Atlantic .
said that the coast is more free I II
temperature
at this from malaria than any part of the State' .
December I g
18th, 1883, was 29 de to the westward. n c

It should have read 39. Perhaps Our prevailing wind is from the Ooceaii + r. .
not 'I
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: thought plainly written or perhaps the with no malarial region intervening, we I : :4' .. ]
that
since it W rJ f i n
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I at DeLand was 28 de therefore have it pure and fresh. lint! the ( g ,
on the 17th it -- a.>J.:l.A. 1T
:7 here ought to length of this'paper forbids further com 1
the
on ISth
,. that
a difference ment. ;;;
.TA.:
;. H. WHITE.
favor of Indian Liver ha: is what i
of
11 -
degrees Island Home, June 10, 1SS3. a great
too much. But that is a mistake. A ". .., rr:ny people arc doing.

in the temperature of the two A Gang; ofIlarlu('!'. They don't know just what NowIs t

of from 10 to 15 degrees or more in i It is impossible as yet to tell how much is ihs matter, but they havea

t weather i is quite common. Take the Star-route prosecutions have cost the combination of pains and

18S2 as an illustration. No Government. It is estimated that ;:.:h2*;, and each month they .

1st it was 22 degrees: being the $l,(OOOOtJ will not more than cover the jvow 'versoThe ,

betwetni::! ln,1 .:.1 outlay. Every man connected with
-- ---- .o, ... .: the. the time to
; :>vcmbcr 2nd it was 73 to 57 dif. 1C. ifovernment sale- "01 the ca>c seems to __ r only. __sure remedy
8th 09 to y 13. have acted upon the theory that "Uncle VCt 1UUIJU IS DKUWX'S IRON .

9th OS to 5'j" 13. Sam pays the bill," and they governed J>iTTEits, and this by rapid

15th 5IJ to 40" 1<5. themselves accordingly.As ; and thorough assimilationwith
23rd 53 I shown by the books the blood purifies and
to 41" 12. Mr. Gco. lilk-, '
24th 5T to 40 15. special} counsel and general wolf, drew nnchcs it, and rich, strong SubscribeFor

are 7 days in one month wherein fur hisservices! and expenses $50S13., .>.>. Licod! flowing to every part

i t morning temperature was from His I last bill rendered was for $),'OIJ. of the system repairs the

22 degrees! higher at our "LJaml When he prex-nted it he found that there acted tissues, drives out

than at DeLand. Every cold was but 1,700) in the treasury belonging diseare. r.nil gives: healtii and "

shows more or less of to the -w--" .1o..1. .
; a similar":lr- appropriation for the District : '
Detember8th,1S&! it courts. He drew that and
was SO the Government -
Tliis:
at Jacksonville, 5() at DeLand: is still suppo-cd to owe a balance IRtlX is why BROWN'S
( at this place. It of X3,3 oO. The BITTERS will cure
.being 30 degrees courts can take care of
thanIt .Jack.om-m._n__ -'- .... .. ....n.l.... 11\..../ .U\-1-. then.-cl n s. 3Ir. Kichard 3Ierrick.counel hiJney! and liver diseases,
cC1 :ua1Dticn. rheumatism.
warmer than at DLanl. 'special taxed the beloxctl dovcrnmcnt : .
Only -
in the eight; winters I Live lived :::32,')<)l; 3Ir. ICcr kincU'l'UJ1t""J1t- mural! .;ia, dyspepsia, mala- The Florida Star.
na, i:;: ::::ittcnt fevers &c.
( : I : it fallen below SG. December : ed hfm-clf} with $n :!$,)! 70; Mr. (;Jib> ni, ,

it was 32 degree, and Dtcemlx-r I I urulli'lic detective, helped hicisi'lf to =,:r" S;aion R.incharJ.: a well-
I 1SS'()', it was 34. The climate of SSoou, and so on to the end of the li-t. knee n cir.Tcnof: : H.lyenille.l\IeuIe
I any CuUUIY, :"lIIucky,!oays: "My wife .
the State I 1)uc
t is doubtless ; any body believe that l.i t
t-uperior in George .tu nick fur a lone tiue. and
i l I points to that of other Bliss earned anything like her con.iituton was all broken
State tf- V'1in
any I ; this was unable
I Union. ThL- general excellence of case? Of coiir-e nut lie has MID ply She wa.aJ'i-etJ tou-c Brown's to work.Iron

:1 climate lead* many to !huj-: l-erpetnited a preposterous fniud and is charm Iit"rt.and found it ti>work like a

it is all about alike. Hut this: no better than the:Stirroutcrtheai: cut it fur Wc any would cojuiJcratiou not now be, as w ith.we ,
-tl.ke.. Even selve.Dor.: and his c": ",!.r it the bat tunic In
among; good things ey pals pillaged. the "....!.:... the
better and others best. A care (tovernuitnt, but they were not all I Government i- the constant aim :m intention of I

of the facts in the cae olJicials. Thev had taken mi :DW"X'S. IRON BITTERS the publisher! (give to the reader of the
( I that Brent regions; have their I oath to serve the (tovernment. Mr. Bliss is live a drink- anti lots not STAK, one of the most readable and ncwic -

,i : climates ranging through the is a Government oilicial, a puri-t, a mt"l- contain whiskey. It is the <-t papers of the State.

I j degrees of excellence of good, i el citi/en. Still, if Dor-ey had plundered only preparation of Iron

; I! bc-t. Jacksonville for in-tance: the Treasury :u George, Bliss has, he that causes no injurious ef-

!: I I the equal of which cannot j j would l>c indicted and no iflmbt convic fects. Get the genuine.

I b in the United States outside of I ted of ab-olutc theft. Mr. Kvarts a ton- Don't be imposed on with

and yet the winter climate of j I i !Gild litter lawyer than Mr. Uli-<, served Unii.tcl75.PIONEER: o

is far superior to that of Jack II Mr. IVifher Tor months in his celebrated 1

]I II in at least two particular :< case for a fee of something like &,WU.

I and dryer, :-hown by the ]I I EveryNiily know:> that if lili-s: had had aprivate

fur December Sth, 15.52." It i+ I j client in-lead of wealthy (Uncle !I -- TwentycolumnsofSelectGE. '
(.': 20 I.Sam in thi-in.-tancehi 1 --- -- --'-- -- -
degrees; warmer of a winter fee would have ,
;; at DeLand than at Jtck oJ1\'m.1 been but about one-tenth what it K COOPERASyrup cd Reading,

I : statement :correction made I, The Government lia> simply 1 U-en n,l>- Barrels $2.25.

/ reason bed; by the Starrouterand by Gauged to (order ten cents exi :ra. i
Tropical Fruits and the tem its attorneys in an t-llort to pro-etute the I! ;
at il> degrees in only ordinary thieve- A more inxitiate set of Honey Barrels, and Oval Water i

Ii.'J: .- dote't tally well and would than these Star-route pr"-\'C11: Il'l'\"hCf''1 Breakers -.\ D- I

j j to lead to much di-.ai; '!mintment j Ij I I never seen in Washington; City.-.V: 3" I From : : :>UO : : Li.>. .i,
j I ot tiio.-e who are m.Me to Ix.! ... j JJ QIU. .
I Tnnksand
(' can successfully: : cultivate trr- NK\V A DVKKTISKMIINTS.V..L. : : -

./ .'. in a semi-tropical climate. Hut -"" I all kinds. ot CoorEi \VOIK to ur der. Nearly "T/en columns State,

II is to all dwellers in region ]-L:\.:I.'(.'.L..l, 1'. .JOII \. OX. County, and Local NewsTKLS
more or less frost '. : i
every : IIgc. :
I IALKI: ixGlU'llll : FIorjiTa.W. .
nearly every winter, that their

j J'j I I plwtsnnl trees will be much E B. MOORE .
; to yield] vexation ::1'J dig : .
PUOV.l.tia:
!; ': than the cipecte I I lu-ciou : ONSDRY :'J;I General Commission Merchant
I:\TLI) U'E I:Ii I., .
j You can raise IJl.thplaut" and I I GOODS, I AND DEALKi IX
: I ,
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they can rai-e bananas in i
I r Har war and.Gen?> raI nierchandise. I 1
: tlln and sugar :apple Chicago, < '

I+ talkiiigab raMiig: pine-apple; I I TIT 1'OIXT..M.ititi iw15. FLOBID.1 Groceries and

etc., in the open air without the ----_. -- .---- f --oJOn
j I and palmetto leavefor: piia-ap The "Biggest" and the "Best."
Family
tic! "tnclo-ol Supplies.Titnvillo. > '
building for ,1 rirslC'lsMammoth !' > .
: j ( *od at Sanford in tie! : mlU-//

,' :md ;roun..t.;. Imv Newspaper, : : Florida.
--- .
"niuLtr loth Ix'ir.
regions where j>caclio cannot' ror one year :aim an I -- ----- tf.s. ITJ.VTINCJ.
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l bccau-e it was l<*> cold lint all 11ltcr('$till :\ oycl FORLXDIAXKIYEK.HART .1011 ..., ,
::(.' they desire any where that ... PilLVTIXG.
I ro R :.1)D. :
!I :111 l le grown and there Lno & SMITH'S"Ilocklecljjje .JOn I'JUXTIXC:.

-ho\cl. Hut th"'ri is a large THE SAVANNAH WEEKLY MS. :L..ine. l

i -, re-tlc-s mortals! who A mttumothbrut, "*x.;2 inehe-s, con
; l satitie'11hurt: of the choicest tiniiig: S j Ia:i ..i-- \if reading m.-nti-r, coinpriimp The Steamer, "A STATU LA,"

) can give or grol 'utJ they all the News of the \Vet'k, Tclegraphie I Will leave! Sanfonl and Enterpri-c: "
Di-KitclK,
'j iteil the G
]!: away an armful of cutting- j. maitttOriginalh Si-riaK'a! p:>gc of -clt landing, connecting at Iockll'ltt.! ; '
;| ;,t sorts and if poibe! amall I with :steamers for Titusvilleandall iAnnon .
I j Mia a Oeaisia & So nth
j! of the Forbidden Fruit.; Carolina Hews.s sIt Indian Uiver and Like Worth.
i I in I ., ......1 ___!I' ., -.., .__ The
; have a peculiar n-li-h for nut ti f'x-al Mjx"r. '-';Hum W1ll CUI at ..a.lt l.\ke for Titus- d,

l[ j of.their own production. crab To the farmer. uieelmnicorarti-an, the ,,i >ills on Tue-day's trip. Our Job Office is. well cquippe f for executing -

j own rai-ing iswotter to I bu-iiK-si>r rofe--ional man who ha- not nl'lTUXIX( all kiwis of1'LAIXA

...", than the ch1'iee-t ,I ,the advantage-; a daily until, it is ar.r pa- ,i Will leave Lake 1'ouisctt 11'edInethty
tropical livti lili Ii L.wu lu.* iuf'JruIl'lluf, ,>,'...tit. .... and Saturday at every ..;
- -11' in. "Prompt
m tue ntarset. You Jlft'oC trau-pirin in the
: ,
I lm-y world"hethcrin ;i cl' se connectioniiiadu with linetcamers
i such a man alwiut the Oarden j 1 j his own :State or in the most dl-tant parts fur Jacksonville and I all daily point
the New Jerusalem or any other :i of the srlubo.. I I XWtli. t':%.>>>.. Joe Smith.
In addition FANCY WOUK
ton fir-t-cLi-s p ,
while he I newaperat| I, 3t1
plucks: and <-:1t" from a moderate )fIDI;:l'r.IIm.T..t .
l'rit'We ot.rer
uuh puffy *u\\>-
I! -. the cherymoya, mango,Nt1'I /1 -cribera c.'py'i1 any of the published .\ l Kr.\KTL'UKS ot..u *.
I 1 1u.1ua. You had better aye j novels (If the MTnincw, Library Jirr..u'rcriptiull ; I Front Enterprise to Titn+vUlv.
I I Ii : .Lu\u Knti i' trisu I
:!.t.JlJ:1 ( .MondayVtUauaJuy!
i until Iii-n!l'l"titc! iwttLited.: : .,....,...",.;" ': ..'..,' ..'...... I year: _.in ailvanci. V r.!.|ii}* :it .S..1. innitt cult
I UI : \
and .l'.l. -1CIa Ulflluh JU"ll :u n.usMUC
I
wiped dry : heits down to jjoiniuy r/ewesoay COLOn & O1lN.t
IIENT.1L\COPK
j :lgl'l11+ :uul p"uua..tcrurdinrtto311'hitaker :end t'ritlaatt i>. in. ,
) the higher want.of: his -pir-.1 I J. JL I>!TII.L, ,I sutunlay_ lA'nvu 'ut'1t oJ I":1." n lIu,. Tuesday Thni-wJay and

'. The c'Npfriemv: \If many Street, Savannah, Ga.; Arrive at ";nh'I1'ri!iu Tuesday Thnrstlay
; to cultivate tropical fruits i\ I andaatanlay ut u I'-HI.
II III I j :orici:. 'rllIJJ njtonaloThuiJlt., .
!,.- hy a very inttlligent curt I will sell Learn
I at public outcry before the Titn-villo. ylonda)"-, Wednesdays,
I Il I an l Fridays at 5 RULE &
who writes: me :ts follows : 'Gclurt llou-e dour I u.in. PAMPHLET WfetBK,
I ui the \rrilit .
town of Timpillc -- 1'llytnll.1. Tuc .1:1)' TJiuradays,
1" ,
I too far m'rth, but I did not P.revard I! andaturdiiy at :' i>. ni. ;
? I county Fla., on Mouthy I.t-u\ lei>toast, JJoiiilaysVfdnc
day s,an l
: year ago. I July Cth l. '3, one lot of dry goodlev I Friday: "at.'i:1. tn.Arrive .
''I at Tiiuilk, Tuesdays, ,
Thi- correction i is further ied a.the and Thursday,
on >
l.rcI..n (>f Thomas Xw toati.fy atur.Liyr at'J \' ui. .
ddcn- '. Wo"go heavy" onj! an execution From Titu!>,vill:to Em Uttllic.
in I
favor "
I of I). P. ETC., ETC.
I ) II f our climate. We claim' Gib-on, k-ued from the May term, 1SS3, 3.a.Leave in. Titus\llle* Tuesday un.l Friday at -- ,
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\' a better climate than any of the Ju.-tice Court at Titu-ville Fla. ut Arrive*i 11. ul.Lavu at Eau Gable Tuesday and Friday .

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Horticultural. a mucilage composed as follows will For The.Yoiingr Agricultural. The Kentucky Importing com;;
sold thirty-six shorthorns
_, i unite wood, porcelain or glass : 8} of recent 1 u .
( The Two! Ponlesj Market Chicks. portation at an aggregate $14505
of arabic in strong solu-
Cultivating Tuberoses. Dunces ,gum' Mattie and Charles were brother and There is always ready sale for early The highest price for a single animal
tion 20 grains of solution of alumina
Tuberose bulbs, in order to preserve sister. Their father was a well-to-do chicks the prices this season for those was $1000., '
dissolved in two-thirds ,of an ounce of ,
their which will perish in a low farmer and they his only children. I about
germs, water were intended as broilers (weighing Hoeing; and the frequent<< stirring
temperature if accompanied with mois- They loved and were interested in every one pound) ranging from forty to eighty, the surface of the soil,, are important<*

ture,need to be kept dry and warm. The An English experimentalist finds c rent u n* oitbt-farm, but best of all they cents; but such sizes are only in de- dry wtather. Those parts of the Jn

temperature! should not fall below tt5, that for every pound of mineral matter oved the horses.: When little, nothing mand in the early part of the season, that are most frequently cultivated ganfca

and near 70 is better. A drawer in a assimilated by a plant,an average of delighted them so much as to be those weighing about two pounds each the best results. shot

warm room is a good place to keep themin :20UO pounds of water is absorbed. As mounted upon D lbin's buck and ride desirable during the summer.
being more luashes and all kinds of
the best condition. Take the old the French observatory of Mont Soujit and dmvn the vines grow
up lanes. As they grew the 1st of May is the period for
About and yield the best by
I surface
found that in rich soil 727
bulb and each small separatl- i was vent11't'fI'mona and the culture-
remove one older thy by broilers or during "asparagus time, >
ounds of water the manure as you would for corn
passed through ,
ly. Sometimes the young bulbs need : linn* they were twelve years old no one farmers express it ; but at all ;drop
roots of wheat plants for every poundof as the seed in rows; cover lightly ;'stir tae
to be strong J soil
another season's growth was better trained in the use of horses fowls bring good, prices.
enough to bloom. A bulb never blooms grain produced, while in a very poor than they. Mattie especially delighted times There several! points tube observedin often, and eternal vigilance is death to(

but once. A good plan in this climate soil 2093 pounds passed through the iu this amusement, aiidfrom a child up raising are fowls, the pmlit being more bugs with a good sprinkling- in3etl

would be to start the bulbs about the roots for each pound of grain. told all her sorrows and troubles to these or less according to the method of breed- powder.

first of February; 'in four-inch pots, or THE PULSE OF ANIMALS.-In horses trusted and faithful friends. She.and ing. Much depends ujn-n the kind of Early potatoes imply early planting

tin cans will do, as they are not to be the pulse at rest beats forty times"in an her brother often asked their ,father to fowl used. The Brahma is one of the Xo matter what variety is used, early

set in the window. *Set them on a high ox from fifty to fifty-live, and in sheep give them each a pony. Tht-ir. father best we have for general purposes.as planting must precede early crop

shelf back or near the kitchen stove, or and pigs about seventy to eighty beats would laugh and say, .Tut, tut, children that breed grows to a large size, lays And cultivation must be timely to(

other warm place, and water just per minute. It may be felt wherever a ; wait until you know how to man- well, and is hardy, but while it possesses secure best results. As between level

enough to keep them,from drying out. large artery crosses a bone, for instance.It age a horse before you glut out*. Belles many good qualities it is unfitted for culture and hillings the advantage can

When the leaf bulbs begin to start, givea is generally examined In the horseon all that I have is yours." Mill producing broilers,as it is "leu'gy" when be determined by trial. On Ian4 too

little more water; turn at the the cord which crosses over the bone they each wanted one for their "very very young and does not readily fatten moist for potatoes ridge planting Rill

side of the pot, never on the bulb. of the lower jaw in front of its curved own," as Mattie expressed it. I until it is nearly matured. A cross of supply partial correction of the fault,bet

When the season becomes warm, trans- position, or in thebony ridge above One morning when Charles was fifteen the Leghorn on the Brahma is one of thorough drainage will be a better way.
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plant to the open ground-being careful the eye, and in cattle over the middle of and Mattie fourteen, their father called ; the best that can be made if early pullets In any case, early planting is essential

to disturb them as little as possiblein the first rib, and in sheep by placing the them to come out to the barn. Therein are to b* kept for laying in the fall, an early crop is desired.

transplanting. I have treated bulbsin hand on the left side, where the beatingof the stalls stood two of the most beau- as such a cross combines the quick GERANIUMS.-No class of

this way that gave me blossoms on the heart may be felt. Any material tiful ponies you ever saw, one as whiteas growth of the Leghorn with the size, better for planta are

the Fourth of July, and during the variation of the pulse from the figures milk and the other as black as ;i and hardiness of the Brahma, and adapted bedding purposes in
vigor
our hot dry' summers than the :
season thirty-three blossoms on the given above may be considered a sign of coal. little gera
broilers produced though a
the so ,
nium. It flowers profusely the
01! father both exclaimed during
they ,
disease. If rapid, hard and full, it is an ,
stem.How slower in reaching the weight,
proper
to Keep Cut Flowers. "what beauties! heat and drouth of summer, when motft
indication of fever inflammation
high or
lite-boned and attractive inawear.wce.
A found his into florist's are plump bedding plants suffer or are dried
reporter way ; if rapid, small and weak, low "Yes, they air, aid Mr. Dunn ; possessing rich yellow skin up.
afternoon and feasted his They are admirably adapted for
yesterday "as this is Mattie birthday! I thoughtshe bloom-
fever,loss of blood or weakness. If slow, and In crossing Leghorn with the
eyes and nose on the beautiful buds that the to brain disease would like a pony and as yours is legs. ing, and for baskets or vases ; when x
probabilities point breeds uniformity of color can be
lay in bouquets there. and if irregular to heart troubles. Thisis coming so soon, I kno\v it Mould add to large brown Lctihmn cocks show is wanted they are without a rivaL
How long will this clove pink last?" her i\eisureif! [ should give }oU yoursat secured by mating The newer double varieties are equally
one of the principal and sure t&ts! of Cochin dark Brahma
be inquired. an animal. the same time. I think you are both I with partridge, or as fine for bedding as the single, with
Oh with care a week or ten days.A hens, or white Leghorn cocks ith light:
able to take care of a horse now, aid the additional value of the flower lasting
solid rosebud will last about the same One of the most ingenious adaptationsof may Snow takn! and Jet lead you alwaysin Brahma or white Cochin hens. two or three times as long when cut;

time. There's good deal in knowing electricity, recently introduced, is pleasant paths. Here jump on now, Of the pure breeds there is nothing this maker them very desirable for bouquets -

haw to keep flowers fresh." that by which machinery, when in motion aid let due see you gallop off. that can compare with the Plymouth or cut flowers.CONSTITUTION .

"Do you use any preparations? Any may be instantly stopped-as in Two more happy mortals you never Rocks for producing the most saleable I ALLUVIAL Sits

salt in the water, or ammonia, or the the case of an engine. A wire rope, saw. Dmles did not say much but chicks up to the age of three months, :' -Alluvial soils are made up of decom-

like ?" coiled around the stem of the throttle his father ki.ew he felt as deeply: as and younger ones as broilers are excel- substances

"Not at all. That's all nonsense. All valve of the engine, carries a weight Mattie, who hugged first her father and lent. Being very hardy, good foragersand posed sediment vegetable and materials the river

that is necessary to keep flowers fresh is which is held in place by a rest, and then her pony: "There, there, that active, they grow fast and make a washed down

to keep them moist and cool. If people, the whole arrangement is such that the is enough ; jump on now," said their plump carcass. '1'hmerican :Se- from rivers neighboring hills. The valleys of
and streams are alluvial soils and
instead of dipping flowers in water would passing of an electric current along a i father, while something glistened in his bright (Wyandotte) rivals the Ply-
make a rank growth, but the trees
simply wrap them. up in a wet news- wire releases this and causes the weightto eyes, and in another instant they were Hock in all qualities except hardiness, grownon
paper, they would find that they would fall. The tension thus thrown upon I down the lane and soon out of sight. and have yellow legs at every stage of such soils are not so hardy or so

keep far fresher over night. |A wet the wire ropes acts upon the throttle Such a ride they had, and this was the growth, while the legs of Plymouth fruitful as are the trees grown iu soils

towel or napkin would be two heavy andS valve, cuts off the supply of steam and beginning of many delightful journeys. Rock pullets are dark, turning yellow with more sand, clay or gravel and less-

crush the blooms too much,and, besides, consequently<< stops the machinery. Mattie would have lived upon horsebackif afterward. The only objection to vegetable mould. A loamy soil may fce'
would allow the moisture to I considered in various way*. It may l* I
it evapor- Buttons, with wire connections, are it had been iNissible: hills, stone walls them is that being a new breed theyare
atetooeasily. See that box of buds? They placed in different parts of the works, or ditches were no obstacles: in her path at the present time too closely bred. a mixture of equal parts of sandy and

were packed in Boston on Monday in I and on pressing any one of these the now, for Snowtlake- carried her safely The Langshan, a new breed, is as line in clayey soil. It is neither light as sandy

wet paper, and you might say they are I' passage of an electric current acts as over them without fear. The neighbors plumage, size, laying qualities and nor so tenacious as the clay soil. As a

fresher now than when they came oft the above mentioned. In every factory used to say to Mr. Dunn : "Mattie will flesh as one would wish ; but, having rule its composition and texture are suchI
tmah___" I as to render it eligible for the usual purposes -
w these electric buttons can be placed in kill herself yet, if you don't get rid of dark legs, many buyers object to them. I
do send clear to Boston for of cultivation, and especially! so
Why you every room, or several of them iu a Snowflake. Why, to-day, in crossingthe The objection, however, is owing to a
rose buds? Haven't you got the same large room, as may be required. field, she never even took down the time honored prejudice, for the Lang- for fruit trees. Loamy soils in which

kind of roses here?" Should any one happen to be caught by bars but went over them. I expectedto shan and Ifoudan (a dark-legged fowl) sand forms a large ingredient in their

"Exactly the same kind, but they the machinery, the simple pressing of a see her dashed to pieces, but before I are superior for the table to nearly all composition are called sandy; I loams;

won't grow so nicely here. Take this button in the most distant part of the could say a word she was out of sight." the yellow-legsjed breeds. A cross of when well mixed with gravel, gravelly
Boston bud for example and put i loams, and when lime abounds they an
factory will quickly stop the whole Mattie told all her secrets to her pet, the game with the large breeds givesa
beside a native bud. They are of exact- known as calcareous loams.
machinery. fowl with fuller and finer bone
and, as when a little child, declared she .breast ,
ly the same variety, both being Bon _... _
which should be the
understood her, and, indeed, Snowflake encouraged, as
Silenes. But the stem of the Boston Gas for Nothing at a Profit.
seemed to. smaller the amount of offal the better
I How
Animals
bud is far longer and stouter than.that In the course of a few years the dear the quality. For market chicks, there- Play.

of the native bud. The colors are far Scientific prophets have foretold thata father died, and things did not go ou as fore, the broilers should come from theLeghornBrahma

more brilliant and the bud is more dur- day will come when the "residualproducts" prosperously as before. They were in cross, the larger sizes

able. When the stem is long and thickwe resulting from distilling coal want of many things, and the winterwas from the Plymouth Hocks, Wyandottes, Small birds chase each other about in

don't have to use so much wire to will be so valuable as to reduce the coming on. One thing after another Houdas aud uigshans, while the I play, but perhaps the conduct of the

strenghten it, and that makes it much price of gas to a mere nothing. That even Jethad to to be sold. Mattie adults should be produced from Umh-I crane and the trumpeter is most el1norI -
dinary. The latter stands one leg,
' mom convenient. good time has not arrived it must be would jog along through the woods inas or Cochins crossed with the Plymouth I on
I I hops around in the most eccentric manner -
"What advantage has Boston over confessed, but if we may believe the confident and tell her sorrows to :Snowflake, feel- Kock or Houdan. The best

Cleveland in the raising of roses?" assertions of a gentleman at ing comforted in: the belief that she sympathized capons are a cross of the colored Dor- 1 I and throws somersaults. This
"It's the climate. It is true that it I I l Americans call it the mad bird, on account
Chester there is already in existencean with her. But there came a I II \ king and dark Brahma, and the largestfowl.'J
isn't so warm there as here, and it hasn'tbeen appliance which long to- I day sad when i of these singularities. Water
goes a way : a very day, Charles said are usually a cross of the Houdan
extremely sultry here this winter. ward fulfilling these predictions. He to her: "Mattie, Snowflake must beI I and Brahma the first season, and the birds, such as ducks and geese, dive

But temperature in a green-house is claims to know peculiar description of sold." -"Sell Snowllake 1 She had produce mated with Plymouth Mocks after each other, and clear the surfaceof

easily enough regulated, as well as the oven for making coke which without of the water with outstreched neck and
never thought such a thing as that. the second season. Black Spanish,
quantity of moisture in the air, and the the.help of a high chimney, enables those Must it be ?" Yes, there was no help Hamburg and Polish, though excellent flapping wings, throwing abundant

soil is made just so rich with all garde- who use it to drive steam engines with- for it. It was selfish in her to refuse it, layers, are inferior as market chicks.If spray around. Deer often engage in sham

ners. It can't be because they are any out any expense for fuel. Every toll of so with aching heart she took her last success is desired breeders shouldbe battle, or trial of strength, by twist-

more skillful in raising flowers there coal consumed in the oven yields coke ide. Charles led her away, and the careful in selecting the breeds most their horns together and pushing for the

than we are here, for I know of gardeners worth seven shillings and tar and am- purchase money bought many a comfortfor ,suitable, as it is more important than mastery. All animals pretending vio-

who have come here from the monia worth shillings, in addition to them and their dear mother, who any other feature in the manage- lence in their play stop short of wercb-

East and expected to do the same things 14,000 feet of gas. If, therefore,the first was now growing feeble. Mattie 4ras ment. ing it ; the dog takes the greatest per-

they did there, and failed completely.Even two products are sold, the price 11 shil- I comforted in the thought that her sor- Farm Hints. caution not to injure by his bite; and

in New York the florist sell ten lings-more than pays for the slack coal row brought blessings to others, although Texas will net $13,00,000 from the the ourang-outang, in wrestling with
Boston buds to one of their own growth, from which his keeper, pretends to throw him, and
they were derived, as wellas she could never see a white horseor increase to her sheep farms! this spring.
and it's just so all over the cuntry. You for labor, wear and interest on the think of Snowflake even without experiencing A young man inOtsego makes feints of biting him. Some
know the more culture there is bestowed county,gained animals out in their prey.
capital sunk in the plant. The manu- a cbokeing sensation and the carry
$125,000 on rise in hops within the
upon a rose the more double it be- facturer consequently gets 14,000 feet of having her eyes dimmed with tears. I last year. Young cats, for instance, leap after

I comes-that is the more of these stamens i gas for nothing from every ton of coal f every small and moving object, even to

I turn into petals. Well I suppose subjected to the process, and this he Some men can appreciate nothing but The wild duchess, of Geneva, a royal the leaves strewed by the autumn wind.

that as Boston is credited with can use instead of fuel to generate according to its money value. Money shorthorn, was recently sold at Chicagofor They crouch and steal forward ready

possessing an atmosphere of 'culcha,' steam. It is certainly a bold claim to with them is everything. Poisoned 21000. for a spring, the body quivering and tail

! that has something to do with it." put forward, but it may, perhaps, be food, if it has money in it, is preferredto Prof. Arnold admits that brewers' vibrating with emotion ; they bound on

I justified by the present prices of coke, wholesome food. Money is good and grain will stimulate a large flow of milk, the moving leaf, and again spring forward -

Scientific and Useful. ammonia and tar. If, however, these necessary in its proper place, but thereis but says there is no butter in them, to another. Benger saw young;

ovens come into general use, the market that which money cannot buy, and A sheep pasture in Dimmitt and Webb cougars and jaguars playing with round

The largest aerolite in the world is in ,j I value of such products will assuredly compared with it is worse than tlrt>5S. counties, Tex., contains 300,000 acres substances, like kittens. IJirdsof the

the British museum. It weighs nearly I'I fall heavily in proportion to the immense Truth and uprightness are above price. I and feeds aOO,000 sheep. It is believedto magpie kind are the analogues of monkeys -

two tons. The largest one in the enhancement of supply, and in Money cannot buy them. It mattersnot be the largest in the world.A full of mischief, play and mimicry.

Smithsonian, at Washington, weighs I that case the prices fetched would how much money a man may have, successful ochardist There LSI a story of a tame magpie that
says that if hit
less than a ton. I not cover the cost of materials and if he is not true and upright, he is not 'were to live over again he would trim was seen busily employed in a garden

Hickory, dogwood and persimmon, labor. worthy of respect. his trees hinher and gathering pebbles with much solemnityand
..._ pasture his orchards
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which, a short time ago, were almost 'I T with a studied air, burying them in *
in
sheep
place of
is
Opposition what we want and must ploughing
worthless in North Carolina, is now in Said a student of one college to a mulching.A or hole made to receive a post. After
have, to be good for anythicg. Hardship -
demand at five dollars a cord, for saw- friend who was attending a rival institution dropping each stone it cried lCur-ack'?
is the native soil of manhood and Florida man has
ing into blocks for the purpose of man- : "Your college never turns that grown a radish triumphantly, and sat off for another.On .
self reliance. was over 2 feet long 18
ufacturing them into power-loom shut out gentlemen." "No," was the reply. diameter and Inches in examining the spot, a poor toad

tles.The A moderate wind blows seven miles "Our college allows gentlemen to go also a collard., weighed that fifteen pounds ; was found in the hole, which wit

Journal de Pharmocic says that per hour. right on and graduate." 'I inches across the top.measured 4 feet 8 merit magpie was stoning for his amo Ie




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:, attack. ? had<< facing on their sleeves, and that
cubit is two feet. I The editor wrote that "he was a Few men die of,age. Almost all die
of glycerine the little fluttons which still at
:mixture of two parts appear
,j. A pace is three feet. member of an old family of musicians," of disappointment, passion, mental or
ammonia and a little rose the end were of real use when the
of
_.AH. put whitens and softens the hands., ,A fathom is six feet 'I' andwhen it appeared in tl e'paPer 'it bodily toil, fir accident. ,The passions sleeves! were tight at the wrist. An-

water A palm is three inches.A i read "a member of an old family of kill men sometimes very suddenly.The .
:. .Washing pine floor in solution of one other inevitable feature of the coat is-
common expression, choked \\it'l
'league is three miles. nuisances. One assertion was just as
of copperas dissolved in one gal- the collar. In old times this collar was
pond A is other but the editor passion, has little exaggeration, for
span 10J inches. true as the ; nearly
oak of service it turned
of strong lye gives an color. some ; was large an -
loo There even though not:suddenly fatal, stron;
2730
are languages. swore.
well in inclement weather in
PLAIN SOUPS.-Beef Soup.- up ;
.GooD- passions shorten life.
Strong-bodied men
A
: a good shin of beef and crack great cubit is eleven feet. The Washington Capital remarks: order to admit of it buttoning properly
procure often die weak live
men longer
young
or four times; put on to boil Two persons die every second. "Some of our slow subscribers, who around the neck a nick was necessary.
it three than the for
the their
strong, strong use
aIDe o'clock ; boil hard till eleven,' Bran, twenty pounds per,bushel. may not'find our paper in their mail, But though we hardly ever think of
,t strength and the weak have none to use.
take out the meat and be sure to ,Sound moves 743 miles per hour. can understand that its absence is due turning up an ordinary coat collar and
,jjien The latter take care of themselves the
'all the bones out ; then put four A square mile contains trio acres. to their unremitting kindness." find it of little use if we do, we still
get former do As it i Is
not. with the
four carrots, half a small head A barrel of ice weighs 600 pounds.A Josh Billings has found one tiling that body, 1 preserve both it and the nick as sun i-
turnips
so it is with the mind and The
(cabbage, cut all up fine in the chop barrel of pork weighs 200 pounds.A money cannot buy, and that w the wag temper. vals. The stove-pipe hat, too, is only the-
strong are apt to break, or, like the candle
barrel
of flour weighs 100 pounds. of a dog's tail. It is an honest expression -
ping bowl ; put in a large onion, if the the carcass on which our ancestors were
to turn thewt'akto burn out. the
family like onions, and put the chopped An acre contains.. square yards. of opinion on the part of the wont to display ribbons and knots and .
inferior animals which live in
general
Oats ,
vegetables in the soup pot. At half- thirty-tLree pounds per bushfL other gauds. In itself it is both ugly
A dog.A regular and temperate lives, mostly live
hand
part eleven, if dinner is to be served at (horse measureis) 4: inches.A drunken man at Fort Worth, and uncomfortablw. Then we wear
their prescribed term of years. The
twelve, put three or four potatoes sliced rule ball moves 1000 miles per hour Texas, entered the circus and pattedthe ahsurb neckties that do not tie, and
horse lives the
twenty-five years; ox
I thin and some milk dumplings Mow rivers flow five miles per hour big lion on the head. The arm he pins that do not pin.
A firkin of butter fifteen or twenty ; the lion twenty; the
ito the soup ; just before taking up weighs 56 pounds.A I has left will do to turn a hand-organ. -
dog ten or twelve; the rabbit eight ; the
storm
..eaaon'with salt and pepper, and put in blows thirty-six miles per I "What iso rare as a day in June ?"
guinea-pig, or seven years. These
hour.A .
Field Mica in France.
If Well and then in April ij
day
now a
.-parsley or summer savory. ,
numbers all bear a similar proportion to
rapid river flows miles
beef in tomato seven per decidedly under-done and some of the
joa make soup season, ,
the time the animal takes to its full size.
hour. Darwin's familiar that the
March paradox,
days
dozen. are raw.
pat in half Do But of all the animals is the
man one
,
fertilization of certain flowers depend
(. (teen Soup.-Wash two good, fat Buckwheat fifty-two pounds per Next we shall have a coat tail flirta- may -
bushel. \ that seldom comes up to the average. the number of cats in their
tion code. the tails covered upon
to boil tome Having
fowls, and put on according
lIe ought to live a hundred according -
and age of the fowls and the time Electricity moves 22 ,X(t miles per with mud will mean, "I don't like her years neighborhood, has an illustration, jays-

hour.A to this physiological law, for The Pall Mall Gazette in France
father." now ,
to dine if at twelve put some
are ; ,
JOB hurricane moves eighty miles five times twenty are one hundred, where it may even be carried a step fur-
nicely washed rice, about a tablespoon- per The girl with the empty pocketbookis I
but instead of that he scarcely reaches
hour. ther. observer who knows the-
Any
the that looks into
fal, into the pot at ten, make some one jewelry
The first lucifer match was made in windows most. on an average, four times his grow French rural districts well must be
the chicke
take out
town butter,
ing pe.iod the cat six: times and "
1 29. --- ; ; struck by the immense number mouse

'9 pot them whole on a dish, pour the Coarse salt A Cool Tramp and a Cool the rabbit even eight times: thj stun-lard holes which may be seen in some places.
well seasoned them eighty-five pounds per
.iiawn butter, ,over Maiden.A .
of measurement. The reason is
bushel.A The surface of the ground at times has
hard boiled cut crosswise
a4 four eggs
obvious-man Is not only the most
red laid over them; send to the table tub of water weighs eighty-four well-known printer's family met quite the appearance of a network of
irregular and most intemperate, but
little burrows where it would be impossible -
with erieuce ,
hot. Season the with pounds. a singular ext on Monday.
ping soup pepper
laborious and bard worked of all ani
and salt only. Veal or mutton The average human life is thirtyoneyears. The daughter answered a knock at the for one of the field-bees requiredf
mals. He is the most irritable of all
the fertilization of Mr. Darwin'tllwers *
excellent in this d'*>r. An old tramp asked for a bite.
makes,an soup way.
animals and there is to believe
Doodle Soup-Cut fine all the flesh Timothy seed, forty-five pounds per She didn't like his looks and told him so reason to find a secure spot for its nest.

though we cannot tell what animals In the Department of the Seine alone it
bushel. and he left. Shortly after his disappearance -
torn, the bones of two fowls and to
secretly feel, that more than any other has just been calculated by a special
getherwith the frame put the meat to The first steam-boat plied the Hudson a neighbor's daughter came in I
animal, man cherishes wrath to keep commission that field mice have .
these
in 1807. ai.d. told the printer's daughter that the
WI;about an hour before dinner take i i
it and himself
warm consumes
.at the bones, or frame ; half an hou- I The first horse railroad was built in latt r's clothes (an entire washing) had cost the farmers no lisa than thirteen
with the fire of his own secret reflec
million francs. The climate seems to-
tefore put in some noodles made as 1820-27. just been stolen by the man she bad

tions. be especially favorable to these crea-
turned from the door that he had
Four well beaten mixed ;
follows: eggs ..
well with-Sour and a pinch of salt, stiff Scraps. taken them all down and done them up tures, and the population being sparse,

in a bundle before asking for the bit A Magnificent Brigade.The the number of cats is few, and the mice
to roll thin make two
enough very ; What Saved Him.
and lugged them off at his leisure. The increase and multiply beyond belief.
,hairs before you are ready to use them; A young wife had just settled in her Metropolitan Fire Brigade, of
two young ladies started pursuit. At Arsenic has been tried in the open ; but
ant them into the thinnest possible new home. All seemed fair and promis- London, controls 124 fire-escape stations -
the and rabbits killed first
the Southport depot they learned that hares get ;
strips; ; season the soup with salt and ing, for she did not know her husbandwas four floating stations, three large
the bundle and the man went down the and now the plan adopted is to construct
pepper. a drunkard. But one night became land steam fire engines, thirtyeightsmall
e .. railroad. They followed and soon overtook heaps or small stacks of straw, to which ..
home at a late hour, and laud tire
very steam engines seventy-
The Indian Rupee. him. "We want those clothes the mice resort in myriads. These heapsare
much the worse for liquor. When he
eight six-inch manual fire engines
you stole from us!" said the printer's placed partly below the level of the
staggered into the Chouse his wife who under six-inch manualfire
,)(r. Edward Thomas, whose abors daughter. "H'm Well, I don't know thirty-seven ground, and securely packed and covered -
was much shocked, told him he 144 and
very engines, fire-escapes long
..a numismatist have thrown so much ;. that you can have 'em," aid he, coolly in, being that stored with poisoned
was hick and must lie down at once ladders three steam fire
; scaling floating
light upon the ar&ueology of the East, turning over the bundle. "There's a beetroots, turnips and carrots. This
and in a moment or two he was comfort- four
engines two steam tugs barges
,
has reprinted a paper upon the coinages shirt or wrapiwr missing," said she, plan is said to be succeeding well, and
able on the sofa in a drunken sleep. hose carts fourteen
fJl the East India Company at Bombay. after looking them over ; now, what fifty-two vans, without harm to the hares and rabbits.
His face was a reddish purple, and thirteen for street stations twotrollies
The practical interest of the essay is have you done with it ?" Got it on I"! wagons .., .
altogether he was pitiable-looking ob two trucks forty-nine -
the proof it gives of the continuous decease said the tramp, opening his vest to lad4er ,

that has taken place in the value ject.The prove it. """ell, off with it, then I"said telegraph lines, seventeen telephonelines Long Finger-Nails.
doctor sent for in haste
was ,
eleven fire-alarm circuits with
rf the rupee during the last two centuries. I the plucky maidl'n.U ,
and mustard applied to the patient'sfeet seventy-seven call points ; .770 firemen, According to the writ of an article
It seems that the Bombay.Mint Here?" The maiden paused in a pre-
and hand When the doctor came on "Extraordinary Finger-nails in
including chief otlicer, second officer, ,
Charles II. in
was first authorized by dicament. A gentleman friend was
and felt his pulse and examined him, superintendents, and all ranks. The the World of Wonders, it is the customof
167C, "to coin rupees, bice and near, and she hailed him, telling him
and found that he was only drunk, he number of fire alarms during 1SS2 ia the Chinese, Siamese and Annameacr
tadgrooks," which should be curMat about the trouble. The gentleman
said : London was 2:111: but of these :254 were to allow the nails on all their fingers,.
not only in the island but alsoi friend took the tramp into the bushescar
"lIe will be all right in the morn false alarms, and 101 were mere "chim- except the forefinger, to grow to a great-
the dependenciee of the company the engine works and got the shirt
ing.IInut huwlred and length and the former they
k the East Indies. This Island of -- --.. ney alarms. One sixty- among

the wife insisted that he was very AGama Estate.The four fires resulted in serious damage, sometimes attain the incredible length
"Bombay came to the English King by
sick, and that severe remedies must be and 1702 in slight damage. The num- of from sixteen to eighteen incfee:*.
virtue of his marriage contract withCatharine private estate oC the Duke of
used. ber of persons seriously endangered Among the Siamese so distinctive u
the sister of Alfonso VI, of which will the
Saxe-Coburg, pass to
"You must shave his head and apply by fire during 1SS2 was 175 ; of these mark of nobility are long nails esteemed
Portugal signed in the early part of affords of the
Duke of
blisters," she urged, "or I will send for Edinburgh, some 139 were saved and thirty-six were lost, that the bells and beaux wear sil1'ercases
M82;and it was by him made over to.. best shooting in Europe, for the sportin
some one who will. twenty-two of whom were taken out either to protect their nails or
tile company in March, 1002, together the Duke's Thuringian forests is'
The husband's head was accordingly alive, but died afterward, and fourteenwere else to make people believe they are
with its revenue of X'2833: per annum, nowhere surpassed in Germany. Every
shaved close, and blisters were ap suffocated or burned to death. there, whereas in reality they are not.
and with the King's garrison of two species of game bred is to be found
plied. As regards the little finger the writer
During the year there were 121 injuriesto ,
Mmpanies of foot who volunteered but the wild boar the '
there
The patient lay all night in a drunken ; are great firemen, of which many wire serious tells us that "ambassadors and visitors,
Wo the service and thus in which
company's feature and the
Thiergarteu
sleep, and notwithstanding the blisters and three were fatal.Absurdities of distinction from Asiatic States t6-
formed its first military establishment these animals are preserved is as large
eating into his flesh, it was not until European, are often observed to permitthe

Bombay. When the company beganto near morning that he began to beat about as an ordinary deer-park,and is enclosed I' -- -e-- excessive growth of the nail of the

coin money they seem to have underrated by a strong and high stockade, the
of Men's Dress
disturbed by pain. I little finger, and this is also a common
the value; of the local rupee, whole being left entirely wild. Thereare
About daylight he woke up to the most occurrnece with many of the people oC:
for the first of their dens the brushwood Trousers are not economical, inas-
specimen rupees numerous among "
of blistered
uncomfortable consciousness India and other parts of Asia.
tearing this denomination contains only which. the boars have themselves much as they set baggy at the knee long

agonies. .....
178. grains of silver, whereas a later "What does this mean ?" he said, constructed, and there are feeding- before they are worn out, and they are

eke, dated 1678, container aver 1S3: putting his hands to his bandagedhead. places, to which the keepers go twice a always getting! dirty at the ankles. : It Took.A .

gains and one of the same lost-men day to scatter food. The animals are They are not specially adapted for coldor

boned wet. On a wet day it is the part Bowery dealer in clothing got hold
year as much as 198. The Indian "Lie still mustn't stir," said his summoned by the blowing of a horn,

tepees were estimated by writers in thet'&Wer wife ;have you been sick." but they are so regular in their habits from the knee downward that catchts of a chap the other day who had aknowing
"you
part of the seventeenth century "I; not sick." that they are usually to be found in the the rain and necessitates the changing look in his eyes, and who
am
M from 2s. to as high as 2s. 9d. and the "0 are have the brain neighborhood of the pens at the appointed of the whole garment. Indeed, it is strongly objected to paying $7 fora coat

aTerage.value, seems not to have beenaach fever., yes We you have ;worked you with you all time.* There are about a dozen the way in which they ignore the knee- which he had tried on. "Vhell, I doan

less than 2s. 6<1. The decline in wild-boar preserves in various parts of joint which renders trowels so practically say dot it is worth seven dollar," repliedthe

alue night. It is at this joint de: er.u'Then why do ask it ?'*
of the coin is, of course, due tonrious "I should think you had,"groaned the he Duchy. objectionable. you
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causes not affecting India alone; victim. "What's the matter with Reading Sound. that they not only spoil their own shape "Vhell, my eyes haf got so poor dot

('tMr.Thomas warns the theorists who poor feet.'"- but inflict a sense of tightness over the anypody can pass badt money on me

Wk of restoring silver to its old value my blistered." Reading sounds by sight has been whole body by means of braces. now. If I sold dot goat for seven
"They are
buttons placed on the back dollar I should expect to git one dollar
India that the circumstances are now "Well, I am better now; take off highly successful, and has long ago been Why are

altogether altered, since, instead of the the blister -do," he pleaded pite- introduced with the best results into of a coat ? Mr. Gotch remarks that in gounterfeit money and two dollars in

wmparatively all-round trade of the old this country. The idea has occurred to the tailor says they are there to "mark silver dot via plugged cop."I guess

t ompany in goods and metals, we haveto ously.He was in a most uncomfortable a foreign teacher of the dumb to photograph the waist." But why should the waist i I'll take it," said the stranger, after a

face "the leech-like heavy charges of state-his head covered with sores, and the movements of the lips when be marketS a matter of fact, the I pause, and he scraped the bottom,of his

te present home Government, which his hands and feet still worse. articulating the different sounds whichgo only reason for the existence of these pockets and hunted his wallet over for

draws indiscriminately for its own "Dear," he said, groaning, "If I to make up ordinary sjieecb. It will two buttons is they are a survival of bills. "Dot is right, young man, and I

wants bills in rupees upon its hapless should ever get sick in this way again, easily be imagined that the model the time when they were of use, whenmtn know you wouldn't sheat an ole man

dependency in season and out of season, don't be alarmed and send for a doctor, chosen for the pictures must be some buttoned back the long flaps of mit sore e"es." The coat was bundled kjuf

whether the balance of trade or metallic and above all, don't blister me again." one whose lips will give expressive their coats in order to walk more freely, \ and the stranger, disappeared In a ]t[

e hange is for or against them." "0, iLdeed I will I All that saved action. But once potographed, the pictures or found them useful in sustaining the ively manner. The dealer turned to ji

The were the blisters. And if you can be multiplied by the thousand, sword belt. We have no flai>s now ; we the cash on the counter, carefully examined \1-

young man was trying to play you swords now ; thtn why keep each piece, and there was a 1
** have another such spell shall be more and can be used as alphabets for our afflicted wear no
e*. He sat with the dung lady on but tns? Another rudimentary heavenly smile on his countenance as
frightened than ever; fur the tendency, fellows all the world over. I t Is the two

> a front step>a. He studied for a long I am sure, is to apoplexy, aud from the said that the pictured are so well adaptedto article may be found at the end of the he chuckled out : "Only 'JO cents of

u e, trying to think of something that next attack you are likely to die, unless their purpose, that anyone can see ata hleeve. There is always a cuff, marked badt money, und some of dot blenty

ould illustrate his sobriety. :Finally I there are the severest measures used." glance what sound is indicated by generally by a double row of stitches, good enough to put in der shildren's

Booked up, and solemnly said: "The I He made no further defense. Suffice each lip-movement portrayed. which perform no useful service unjess savings bank I"
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SL&1rrt ILL; CaL, June 19. The .. -

Hydraulic Mining eo np: 1y's'resenoir, NOTICE OF FINAL;;, ': -

Lard OiUcu at (;airy+\'::::1', J.lt_
containing w oooOOO cubic feet.of water -
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.1pr:11': ;. 1 }
burst )yesterday terncon. The rush ; Jeriyiz ) PILLS CASH CASH CASH NOTICE isherebygiveu '|h:'t the S3. fo1:

of crater was terrible, and swept everything lomit-uantidsotlerhasSilcu notice ot.
.. his intention to make dual
Yuba i.o.f ill .
in its path. It raised the su
of hi; elaitnncd that
port -:till]
Pacer 100 feet. The roar of the rushing 1\ K" IVEW RICH BLOOD, I WIIERE: PAT be made before .\. .\. Steuarr..lppt I'rolJ"will

water was heard! several miles distant. And will completely change the blood in the entire systrn\In three months. Any person 'Titusville Fla.. on )3Jond.iv )lay 28. KO at.

It carried away all the bridges, and several who trill take 1 Pill each night from 1 to 13 \reck*, may lie restored to sou ml nix : IScrrlaii Nail of fit: health If such be THE Homestead Entryo.s0: ))0 f j-c V-T
a thing possible. For caring Female Complaints thvso Fill have ua .r ;
lives are reported lost. The damagedone 1-t of !S E 1-1 sootionin. ..;
anti x 1
them
equal. Fhjslclana ui>o In their practices Sold everywhere, or sent by mail for r.r glr
to the reservoir was $75,000. 23 rt*. In Btampa. Sfnd for pamphlet. 1.:;.JOIIXSOX & CO.. liOSTON'. :\1-,;:". MamlSW 1-1 ot S W 1-t Section $
->.. .> I township 21 south rane o.". ea>t.
1j-gB
A Mr. Goodall has been awarded the' CROUP, ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS. H AIJQ U.t\Jt Hu namethe folO\, h..:: witmprove .(5t0
JOHNSON'S: !' ANODYNK tIXI3IKNT mir. tantancously his coin intuMts resident
contract for building the East Florida DIPHTHEilIA relievo uir o lurriLilo dacaws.aiut will positive! upon and
care nine wes: out at ten. lafonzuUnti tlut will .ITO eultivation of said land viz: M 11.('S)ltofl"l'I.
Seminary at Gainesville for $10,000. rainy l'r..on.a Dyes tent tXittur tree than hjr m CW'OoJOHNSON'S :JI. Lout delay a Clircnt.U STORE .. E. !'. WHI'I'r..J.! I U. \, tun, .\. I:.-.

Tbe'IIerald complains of reports that Ko-e. all of Tltusville.! Fla.
ANODYNE LINIMENT !!::: nt l{
:'2 T.. A.Lniteil r.uers
there is at Palatka and .
small-pox says };('Urnlds.,)Influenza Sore Lone r.leoJinc at the Lun '.Chronic JToirsonesMI.acktni Whuuplnc Cuuuh. lregister .States
there has been there for five weeks Oirouc UhcuBamtn,Chrome: IMarriuca. Chronic Jjysmu-rr,Cixilun)lo>:1Iu.*. KUnry Trou'jlcs.iseu5 of the TITUSV1LLE FLORIDA. : LandNOTICE. Olice
no case bpmu and Lade: Uocic. :iuIa111\.cl\\'hcrc. Send fur pamphlet to L S.JoHMioS:: .& l:...,Uosros,il ASA, -
Ex-Senator D. L Yulee Is about to

build a magnificent residence, on Connecticut none Itsawf'l1.knownfacttbllt and Cait'.e Powder nulJ most in otto U0countrr Land Olllce, Gtilt"ilh',
i* worthiest: tl>at Sbcrldan'i MAKE HENS LAY .\pnl1!,. Flag
:
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Avenue;in Washington City.II5CELL.XEOL'S. C'onJltiim 1'owdvr i alxK>lutdy pure and
N
is
varr raln.tble.othinc on c-arth --u--- >TICK hereby gien that the tol-
will make brow Liy like slirridan'x Condition rowder. P ne. one tcatpronftil to each pint lowiu;;-naiaedettler has lik-d oolite
) txid. Jxild cycQ.wbl're, err amt by IIullor:) cti. lu tt jucps. I. S. JonstuN A ('0.. GueTOr..Ltis.WALTON his intention tu make linal J'I'I.uf \\a 6Up of

port of his claim, and that said proofiij
HOME SWEET HOME. be! made i.t..t.
Stew.-trr. t'l -rkcir-
AVM V\ X & CO.Pt.Q.W ., Thc OI.le>t antI 3Iitet HeliaMe Place of cuit court at Tittiaville; Fla.. on aattinUy

June :!. lsl5.::! ; viz : Andrew .!. Carttr.of

r .J -dM: i.aGluhe. Fla,. Homestead Entry I Xo.
i? "= BfM& > i; r j oi i X t. s son D.lteT for the N iof> W \ and lot No. 4

Home home, sweet, sweet i Lome. of seeiion :!2, township 20 !!south range

Coming Home At Lat. JT; I':lH.
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John Howard Payne,author of the immortal Orange Tree and Vegetable Manure Indian! Moor, Dealing .in 'lie ovchiscunt1uuut names the ftllo\\in,:: xttnr5S('$ to
ln \ residenee
: iiion
amieulttvatiou
"Home Sweet Home
was awanderer
of said land. \'u
without a home, who often had PIIEPAKEDKXPKESSLY for the of tins .1. : Win. halt y,
us I fruit and vegetable l rmvcr.* of \ Pace. lluhis Ilerndoituuj Uithard
not a roof over his head and who died \: Florid It wi1lI produce a heavy, but souidtiid hoalthy growth on jn\\ toss tries General IN Corclin
  • native
    far from land and friend
    away remains j an 3 will supply Ixarisi.tms. with the llnllUI'I'I'tl! for !lioavy crops of fruit. :;>-2 L. .\. !>AINKS
    Ills have been from
    transported I IT W ILL GIVE nursery stock ulIln'I'Ithlts; a luxuriant growth and in the Uegi: L-ler United States I-uul Oilice.NOTICE .
    Tunis to Oak Hill Cemetery, Washington Litter tends to.c #cud size aiulijuality and earlj* maturity. .
    D. C., where they will rest until the last None hut *tr!>'tly jirxl-iJ'W gtx lare ---

    trumpet bids him rise to that Home.Sweet IT 18 SPEC1!ALL I' RECOMMENDED Pot PINE-APPLES. I nd OlHct'at
    : Gainesville.
    Fla..
    Home, where homeless ones shall \
    rest forever. AVALTOX( May 21, IbS::.)
    'rItA.XX & CO., bought! and M lI.l 1 at this Stand. NoTICK; hereby given that t.'iel'ollowiii : -,

    Musical Homes Are Emi Homes 19'ihu1111tut1; Del. ;:-nuurd settles has tiled notice ot his

    Yes, our homes can be made happierand intention to make! final prooti\ support

    sweeter through the refining influences .l..l' O'j'fitM McLuin vftlc glit'i* "..lgueI' to briny $"II" tmrt tfthc ot his claim and that said }proofill IMmade -
    of iuuic. Put in the Piano or the -u- before A. A. :Mcwart. ( Jerk circuiteoiircatTitusville.

    Organ, provide the latest Music, gather lre.vaideon ty. Fla.,
    in the children and the neighbors and PLOW BRAND. on :atUl'llhwp. ::u. ass::, vi/ : .Ti.hu

    make the old home ring with sweet and lloii>ton, (oneot the heir> of Sanuifl L.

    inspiring melody. .TNO. AXDEIISON. of Ormoml. .\snil for East ami South Florida. H Ulcluht.'r.DolIlr! will buy exactly! Houston. dcrrasrd;, of }::III Gallic: Fla.

    Where to get the Piano or Organ. lid. N<>.5 !)2t lor the lots ;. S. tt 11, See.
    IS. Township :'W S. lulge'40 !:.
    Send to us, of course. No other House f 1. 1 lie uuue'.thi followingitneos
    COLMS! $1.00 worth. i t" t
    North South & "
    or can give you such bar ti 1lJ IIAflTFORD : }lruII'; continuous tJ'-1I I I'IIC': 11(1011[ :Wul'uIth.tilll1
    gains. We lead all. Ten Grand Makers &TBj of .:..aillaml.'iz : 1C. r. retch
    and over 300 styles to select from. Lowest
    A. .Ale.Millan.
    .1. o. biinmons
    and1 J.
    Hock Bottom Princes Easiest terms Establ;:: :: i ::3. tabHsh C't! in lie:). T. Such! ot Eau (:thin. Fla. .

    for payment. Makers names on all instruments. /. ."* \\5 i 1.. A. UAUNKS. It' 5>ter.'NOTICE.
    No stencil or cheap Instruments '" _._-,.
    soMe Only house America selling Pianos -';: \'i Ad lreorders,

    and Organs on the one price plan : .' '' ........... to U. S. Land Ollioe at (;:lial' ,'iIf'! Fla.
    Uniform all. .
    pices to Purchasers supplieddirect. "
    .. : : Aprils} 3.1 s::. ;
    .
    Every man his own Agent. } IF 'J <<)
    =----=:_T__ CoMl'LAINT; having been
    PIANOS: $.OO. $223.; $:!;}\J. JOO.O15GANS .,'i. ( The Headquarters: Store et.tead :It
    ; this!
    .. .= ;,, .. 1 ; ...., olliee !lI'ranl; Former a;:;:1i+r.'t Joint
    : -$:!:!. .':;:O. &O. 673; =:100. .- :;' C1p..... ;!t: .;: Kllerber! ger for abandoning his Homestead !
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    Jfi : "t"J ,
    Sent. on 13 days test trial. No money t'.. =_ #/-cff"J. ., .: '.,. :'.., -_ ',., TUu viJe ria. entry X". ." 1S.:;. dated apiil _';. l!>ir,
    required until satisfaction is given. Six '--. \" ', --. .- ........ 4. "... > upon the lots S.; G. :. and[ ;. Section .;. ,
    months exchange :ix : __ L'\? Township :'Jlonth.. ltut't
    privilege years -'r;:;:T= V. --- .. ... : fatin
    ;:: amnt c. Even inducement that can .I 't.Io' .', ., ;:-,:..,',':'.'.' _' ,_"" The rcu'ldac re\aru coin(() JL!':oii uzcttccr
    honestly be extended send for latent illustrated the eaiiecllatiuii of skid
    ; -:'- :, ; ; 'G-:: r et (iy : tin.1.lid
    : Catalogues; "peeial otters.! Price -- anfir

    li.tSand full iuterulpities..Vealn suit you BUSINESS at this OmCt fill the llili day otJuimlS...:}.
    and we will if we get half a chance. MAXU7ACTURZR3 C7 DIRECTORY, at.oeloek; p. in.. to re.poudtntl turtii!i

    (",d'l tIle testimony ctmcerning; said alleged al.in-
    U Hiit'j iuuiir*, btmiiHiuf mid mM'on
    MIALL MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.Violins Axes '- d'jiuucnt.

    Martin Guitars, Aceurdeon*. r 'il chess'i Picks -of thI'n.hUlt (,- T.. A. lIau\F. s. lt'i; :::(>r.
    ifichtcr Harmonicas, Concertinas. Flutes f 1 wi JOHN: F Uul.l.tx..lercivcr.

    'Fifes, Clarionets. Drums. l>..bon banjo*. AND OTHER EXTRA QUIITY :\[ Profev-imial tlUiohic; : s men,
    NOTICE.U.
    1'aiborines.Orgauiuas. Immense stoek. :

    Direct importation. Lowest prices ; send TOOLS FOE FARMS AiD PLANTATIONS.Also ; and. tlll'l'rincil.tl turners and hind I S. Land Ofiiee, (..aiue-\lle.! Fla. )
    for llctail Catalogue] OWIKT-, ortngegroveuul '
    plan )ra\ is. !>,<;;. .i
    1'41GAXLYIITtLl.IXSTIUXaS. FINE STEEL AND CH3APEU PLOWS tationti'jrotlier with u Complaint htving b.'en 'catered at tliis

    Our H.indomcst special bnmd.and be Mild>t in for the ten\\ido ream worM.* past Of all sizes and prices from $j tj $;'J. ..'Wo. PLvrlnj lilacliiccs. .1L.frl 1 If .Ill Cilie#, Tu\\'ia 1111I1 li loyt'J., Tyler OHicebyW.C.for abandoning IJonnell;: his agaiis-t huust-toad! : r.(.u-P.

    Ustylbythebe5t violinists. Price 2.:> c-ts Farmers wigs receive; vsluablo: information: catalogues! &c.. Ami luv tu reach tin-in UII.1 other valuable try number fi.'J7."i. dated .J lUll' 1.';. 1X; ;S.
    each t>3 cts pel set for Violin, si 23; for by writing! to tho makers, inVirinUiou. upon the I lilt No. ;. >eetion i'u aiul 1 totj

    Guitar. COLLINS & CO.. 212 V.atcr St.. New York. This imi.>rtant work will he issued just .No 2ut.i'2 Section 2(5. Town.-hip 2i, S.
    SHEET MUSIC Imm'Jl"f.tock. Every 1:1It':1' :> II. in
    --- -- -- Irftrtl F'l!
    count .
    the ">iua.itliavinv
    thin I its Mwii a-; )I.ilior II f e >Hcctin.
    ;: published. Everything published.Over !. \\ to the eancellaliou of said
    300.000 piece* on our shelves. Price 1 j IF FORGATIVEKbrcurincicmala and compiliH-r tho facts: cut IH atplWied. entry : tue-uM I part it..s an' l.nliy SUIII-

    reduced. Music I;ook, in eudlos variety. I ( l. Tit the bii.j ill.--...; >nud tu Hpiear| : at tliKOthVcou the -tiUi!' !
    Thousands of music teachers supplied. ILl day of.J III 1\'. 1st;. at IDoVlock
    thi.1111 1 tIt a. m. to
    Catalogues free. J trPdsu/r1 (- (> must rahiaMe l..ltk respond; and! furni-Ii

    P.AN1) IX Tit LTJI HXTS. H.....*.. mill Sil.1 I that has yet been publ Wu-*! :t out. said allt-getl; abandonment.testimony: e0 crulog -

    ver, German. French and American. IJo-1 .endtne.tnj: ..t_: luu..,..tl..1, 1 illrpfr< .,.:.m ID tLr om mhi. .\ ..t.r..n_10".. t..k.U.N=e PI". I riorida. Price.3.:: ; to be sob l, L.[ .\. lal::'\ts, irc? .-.:cr.tw .
    \Cft \ y *
    tar' Valves Light Pi-Urn Genuine<< Cour- lei iT !niot ON. K ro 1 WELT K\\ l.Kiv> IU".cI'>. t.ua.IL.atth.n *tab a taSFORTSKEH'S u ,, sub.cripgull. ,> JOHN
    (..... .,.. :.I""'". 1'.lIa bilu"i4ul.. {'hr.ict.n.... ,ni T>mth-iM notice :- ,Lb.' p i..l w f'.1lLJ.I\.. IN-ei'iver.NO .
    toi,:. Hands supplied -vitu full sets. All I j or"enttr muKc "Cd.t, tl1 al....:.., x 'ifcrt'Uii'ii'ft. 1.1>. TOH>.3OX & COxUo.ton.1Ull -*. ,' u. '----. -

    1 lWl't.titiolllUt.'t; send for catalogues. j N."d f". .1 IrtrHfiaff Tin: I
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    THE DUDE.". --- ..' 1 I. 'affectionate tongue hinglIIg out>> on One of'old Bolliver's farm laborers, A Chlneee P. rieraJ.. I. One ell the IoaeIiieetdn; +safw mid?

    r=-:-' .': ...0 1X"'r'(" Jtbe left Bide ot htafmMBivtf Jaw. I guee," said Ethel to herself., "He's ; 'summer.,or spii&g., festival wewis of

    , .no irons whistles the airs Ave all each out,of afternoon tune, i '"Bobbie I Bobbie 1 Bobbie.1.Bobble I" out early.! .I wish bard fire me ,one iof when, It is thei man'is j general abouVfo> custom*die in for'theeldest China, j' white Tailing, dwell fitted with'.silk

    Who dons short coats cut too HOILT': cried Ethel, as legardTess of her new them rabbits, though.uSay, boss,'; she a brocad dots.,,
    ABd The Dude. son to remove him fro n-the bed I
    polonaise, die hni3lt'oa the ground and cried, timidly, a blush at her hardihoodsuffusing I New China crapes of the finest avalitj
    I
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    of'the rOOm
    to the floor principal of
    'dbIvehis term. =;Yov can,for-he, pteaeed..the: almost her 'check and making her are beautifully embroidered1 (by band,.
    pIJ1 as tight astight can.>lel-il i ,btr boeom, ovei m 'With his devotl' I canned tomato boss ''II the house, where he is laid with his feet I of course other oriental
    wean fornotonety). .. m. I look like a ; say, to,the door. I i ) inpala-leaf,! azyi
    \i4dyanta, The Dude ,But, Bobbie, 1 must, hurry on and give us a harewill yer? I'lUbet my I rI figures.

    IJ'Jr-TL"cu In woodCWbo'stiffj TTA see Aunt,Tittle,*',cried Ethel, and in pile you're hungry and ain't had no The inhabitants of the province of Corn-flower and royal French blue
    .tatUe Fuhkein In the habit of
    1 I are placing a
    beDd. and wouldn't if he could; another moment She'was in the alma ofheri breakfaSt. -If yerll skin it and clean itI'll flame azd gold-yellow ox.blGOd.and
    )aa'& twixt the bad and good?, small piece of silver in the mouth of the orange, ,
    .A.-r&.ofnothinl. The Dude only, reUttve,.japtprottsly,kissing cook it right off, a/id:we'll divvy,on 2w Iial-td crop out inmost of the/
    dying penonwith'whicb he ,
    .ft f': '.. ,Jway the floods of,teats, which joyfullyOozed the bird. What dyer soy ?" may pay new fabrl s.: "
    his hair all nice auc\ banged 1 from the his fare into the next world and care- J
    wean lachrymal glands of that
    yAnt' By Jove, that)Il'II, LangtSts .. ; I dearest of souls Miss In clear'manly tone3that rang like a fully stopping up his nose and'ears. In The new: liaises i and ruches for the ,

    .wming' quite..-or 'l'U. Dhanged 1" ""Oh auntie, cried Tissie GrneltoB. clarion through the still morning air, certain cases they make a hole in the I; neck are veJ1'wide aid full, ani r am

    I Ethel, "it's like. the stranger answered : "Certainly, roof,to facilitate the exit of the spirits =: nearly yard long, so as to fo jabot
    see
    heaven :
    WIA; drtife A tandem through lark.Dude8 the park'I' to:? you again and look.-at miss, I shall be only too delighted," and proceeding from his body their belief II i dawn the frent.
    : ;
    such
    s.loW. a jolly dear old Bobbie, too. He has actually : th'e'six-foot fencebe'w S.
    JIt ,the long sought springing over
    iPerha dug of being that each person possesses seven Long Jersey gloves. Sen-buttonleBgla,
    h,1 up a piece meat from the backyard I I
    side in moment.
    her
    at
    a animal which die with bun and ia silk silk and
    line finest cache-
    The Dude. J which he had buried; and is offering senses \ or
    it to "You're a bully jumper," she said three souls-one of which enters Hire, are highly.favctsd for spring wear. ,
    me as a sign of welcome.
    '
    teas
    Who goS to receptions' ; : 6 ',} "Etbel,7! !said Aunt Grueltonbetween I I innocently,as he approached her, and Elysium and receives judgment;another These gloves can be'found. in every

    dui WIIo lor his healthapersenagrees The Dude? her sobs of joy, "I think Providence I then, as she looked up into his eyes an J. resides with the tablet which is preparedto desirable street shade.

    saw the great depth of tenderness that commemorate the deceased and the
    ; I
    Balbriggan stockiags'abound. in the
    must have sent you back to,me. I am
    who dresses in the latest style ; protruded ,from.his azure opticsshe cast third dwells in his tomb. new varied tints oj
    vile, stricken with lumbago and have a touchof strawberry, amber
    Detlwes."The weathah'shimply her own'down timidly, and continuedin The intelligence of the death of th. '
    terra cotta drake's' blue
    SweAt'he neck
    'And lisps some dainty a" pleuro-pneumonia. I am unable to ; laurel
    The a low tone : "I am afraid you'll head of a family is communicated as I
    move
    bronze
    from the house and there is neither green, elderberry, and. a deep-
    Worcestershire think me verb rude, but 1 guessed you speedily' as possible to all his relatives, rich shade of violet. Each
    Who's neither foot,nor knare.iior.Bage; flour nor W sauce:no hom- of these
    funny speck on nature page=' were one of old Bolliver's farm hands, and the household is dressed in "white colors is clocked with old
    This iny nor canned green turtle and not gold.or. cream
    Conundrum of the modern age? so I called you. I am justfrom the law the mourning color of China. Priests white .
    The Dude even a bit of. wood to light the stove.
    schools California, so you must par- and women hired to mourn are sent far
    Besides this, there is a large mortgageon Among other pretty dainties which
    work the puzzle throughTdl -
    'Whnthen. can don if I impolite."
    me was at the same time ; and on their arrival
    irhatifs for-what it can do- the property, and I have not a cent in fashionable young ladies are preparingfor
    wbatitisI'Ilgiveityou":; VEthel's "You1 guessed right,"he replied, in a I a table is set out with meats, fruits,
    6ues the house with which to
    Dude buy oleomar summer wear-works of their own
    The superb baritone voice. "I am a farm lighted candles and joss-sticks, for the
    garine." hands-are ficelle
    garden party hits of
    hand, and they call me Dick, and I ac- delectation of the souls of the deceased: ;
    "Never mind auntie we're lace lining the ins.ideof the' and
    r ** right crown
    Error. cept your invitation to breakfast, and and the wailing and weeping of the
    side up, bet yer boots, as they say, at brim with pale blue or rose colored su
    will prepare the hare'without more mounting-women is relieved at .intervalsby I
    Berkeley.: I'.ve come home to run a rah or Canton crape. Another fancyis
    ado. the intoned of the priest or
    It was a dull, gray, dewy 'September model farm, you can wage your sweet prayers to,run black velvet ribbon throughthe
    ain't smart Dick ? she
    "Why you the discordant "tom-tomming" of'musicians"
    eve as the emigrant train stopped at life, and I've got three cans of oysters in, meshes, finishing with a;;knot of
    him and leave
    said. "You
    me
    rip up who have also been called
    :the little hamlet of Chicamauga, in the my bundle, and a lot of pears, and we'll velvet on the top of the crown.
    the pelt for my old aunt for a night-cap, to assist in the ceremonies The
    state of Susquehanna. From it sprang have a banquet in three minutes by my : The most fashionable the white
    and I'll put the water on to boil. Hurryup women weep'and lament with an energy
    ayoune girl, wearily carrying a bundleon patent stem-winder." toilets to be worn this summer,
    Dick and dolefulness which if
    genuine
    ,
    a toothpick across her 1inel):formed It was a scene never to be forgotten to instead of being relieved by the usual
    As she ran into the house the stran- would be highly commendable but
    shoulder. \ tear stood in her eye see, Ethel take off her things, collect ; colors of rose color blue or mauve,
    who had pulled out a gold-handled "barbarians" of extensive
    ger,
    until it fen down, as She gazed.on thecaboose some old fence rails, split them, light ungenerous will '.,be enlivened by the newer
    dagger, deftly prepared the hare. In ten acquaintance with the Chinese assert
    of the slowly receding train the.fire,and run out with her merry shade of French terra-cotta, tea-
    minutes it was in the pot, and an hour that this apparently overwhelming griefis
    whiCh had brought her back to the laugh to watch the blue smoke ascend- rose, shrimp, pink and, the like, and a
    after the two were sitting on the porch at least in the majority of cases,
    home she had left two years before. ing like a liberated Peri to the gates of I leading toilet will be one of white"nun's
    delicious hare stew.
    enjoying a sham.
    mere
    "I wonder if Aunt Gruelton will be paradise. veiling, or vigogne, with, broad sash
    I I ain't Dick In regard to the nearest relatives of
    glad to have me back,'soliloquized; '\ Oh,if you could have Seen that couplean "Sorry got no jelly, and other satin tibbon trimming of pale
    Ethel "but if you'll tell the deceased, it would be uncharitableto
    as she nearly fell over a barrel of pork hour later, after Ethel had washedup. was saying ; primroses in the corsage and hair
    I Bolliver I want to borrow one of his presume there is not a considerable
    which had been standing at the depot There she sat. with her dainty and necklace and chataline of amber
    I sell Aunt Tissie's amount of real grief beneath all this
    to wagons, so as can
    the
    for consignee
    for a,week waiting dimpled arms around Aunt Tissie's
    111 lay in.a lot of- weeping and wailing ; but ,bind beads.Arabian
    pumpkins, groceries
    fetch it away. neck, and a large smudge of pot-black, saddle-bags, resembling
    make mouth water. mourners who are usually the most ,
    that'll ,
    : It is a' lovely place, Chicamauga, at which'almost seemed to kiss her pretty your Smyrna rugs, the loosely woven Decca
    there is old Bolliver coming. demonstrative on these occasions can
    ,
    any time, and trains f only stop there pose, telling Aunt Tissie her story. Why, and Bombay shawls and heavy Turkish

    once a week as a rule, but the conductor .a "I can never be a lawyer, auntie. I Great sakes, ain't. that bully 1'" hardly be expected, to launch every wraps of all kinds, are now utilized

    had been sri moved by the -tears of did not pass a single examination,and I She rose to meet him, and after a other day into convulsive lamentationsof as drapings to low easy chairs and

    Ethel that he had consented to slow hate Blackstone, but you must let me hearty hand-shake she said : "Pesky glad a genuine nature over the death of sofas, table covers and scarfs, and also

    '* cp and reduce the pace of the train to a nib some mustang liniment on your you dropped over. I got here last night, individuals thay hardly kn'ow by name. for lambrequins, sofa cushions -alld ti-

    walk to enaWe her to alight. back and cure your lumbago, and then and want to borrow one of your wagons As it is, the priest usually directs these dies. These wraps are now selling at

    Ethel Evingslee was. an orphan,. I'll fix you a regular snifter out of some and your man.Dick to make. two trips to emotional demonstrations much in the greatly reduced rates, and a "Bagdad"

    brought up in a small cottage by a *1d rye which I've got in my bundle--a market." same way as a conductor controls the shawlfrom Lowell'Massachusetts,made

    spinster aunt, Miss Tissie Gruelton, sockdolager of a toddy that'll make you "My man Dick?" said Fanner.Bolliver. performance:of a. band of; musicians; into mantle lambrequin, table scarf and
    now there ,are a few irregular wails,
    who struggled, out, of a small" legacy" dream,:)"ou'Ie.: ,bad,\old darling. from tidy, with fringe and braid for the
    then burst of them relieved in turn
    and the'proceeds of a pumpkin patch, Bitter Creekil'; '. ," .. Why, Ethel, this is the Hon. Cyril a edges included will cost no more thana

    to make a living. Two years before "My own dear darlingmurmured Waterberry, the banker and member for by a few nasal notes from the priest, lambrequin alone bought readymadeof

    Ethel had left her for the west, to Aunt Tissie. Susquehanna, who holds a mortgage the intervals being filled up by the the same Bagdad material as the

    study law in.the great city,of .Berkeley, _n "And I'll be up at daylight," said over your mother's farm. Let me introduce "tom-toms," and an occasional titter shawl.
    A I from the latest comers.
    and try'aad earn a fortune in tie'superior : Ethel, a dreamy:\smile floating: over,her you-Miss Ethel Elvingslee Mr. in of The vogue of checks and Scotch plaidsis
    Nobody course transportationfrom
    "
    courts of California, like Laura marble brow, "and get in the. pumpkms Cyril Waterberry. undiminished. The most popular
    one part of China to another for
    Debassjr"'and' several Othef bony, and a load of apples and take 'em to Ethel's face was crimson now, as the purpose of interment is allowed to next summer will be Scotch ,plaids and

    strong-minded things. market and we'll be all hunkey auntie. she him her hand and murmured -
    gave through walled town. No checks of two colors,' white and black,

    But Ether'was' neither" bony nor Why, I should blush to simper, Aunt "Jumping Jehosaphat, Great pass corpse, either, any is ever allowed to be white and blue, white and,louter pink

    strong-minded. Her figure might Tissie. Now go to bed and say your Scott !I""Can and gray, out of which many pretty costumes -
    carried across a landing-place or to pass
    hare J modeled by Phidias, but it prayers. Here's your toddy, throw it you forgive me, Mr. Waterberry through a gateway which can in any will be made at most reasonable

    want,"for. several reasons. Her velvety down, and before you're awake: I'll have ?" she almost whispered. way be construed as pertaining to the prices. Nearly all the dresses for young

    eyelashes drooped all over a cheek, clear. Kiss Effie. will be made
    the pumpkin patch girls with round waists
    "Forgive you, he replied, passionately Emperor. The Chinese are, indeed, so
    the bloom on ,which, was like that. of Now to sleep. That's the racket down low the
    go and in another moment she was in superstitious in regard to death, as sel- coming ,very over skirt,
    the violet after it-has been kissed by and the affectionate girl turned off the which gives them a very youthful and
    his arms, weeping the first tears that dom to mention that word itself, pre- .
    the sun-god arising from his saltwaterbath and left her aunt to slumber.It I
    charming know as a
    gas appearance.
    welled up all over his coat from her new ferring to take refuge in a circumlocution -

    at 4.55 A. )[. on June 21 (vide al- was hardly dawn when-Ethel- tripped found love. -such, for instance, as "having matter of fact, that all the leading I

    ma&acl.'-,--,. into the pumpkin patch, and, IK- -- ,- become immortal." dress-making establishments will use
    But he drove her to market all the
    Her golden hair needed no jute fore Aunt Tissie had slept off the effectsof mountains of faille next summer for
    the of the deceased is
    After
    same,and sold the pumpkins todayAunt body
    switch to add to its glory. It was like her composing draught, Ethel had their most stylish costumes. Nor is
    Tessie has a deed of gift to her washed, it is dressed In the,best clothes
    an aurora borealis lit up by the.rays ofa cleared half an acre and got twojfagon there any material that offers a more
    homestead and a new cottage on it.Mr. which belonged to the man in his lifetime -
    thousand moons at their perigee, so loads of pumpkins ready for the market. t wonderful gradation of tints. The pal-
    and Mrs. Waterberry reside chieflyat a hat being placed on his head, a
    to speak. "Iguess I'll get outside o' suth;n'," lette richest hi c tors'does not furnish a
    Washington spending the summer at fan in his hand, and shoes on his feet.
    Her teeth were perfect, except three she said to herself. "This pumpkin more complete gamut of tints, which
    Lake Como, and thus the rich young the idea being that he will be clothedin
    that had been filled, and one that was pilin' ain't ne slouch of,a job. Wish I pass almost imperceptibly from the
    .( banker and rising politician found his these habiliments in :Elysium, ane.
    going; and ,her: rosy lips would have had a lime,'though. However; its justa lighter to the darker shades. The reader
    that he then
    bride and they both bless the mom, the consequently must appear
    made Venus weep for envy ,and leave healthy straight." may consequently judge what resources -
    happy morn, that brought them together as a respectable and superior memberof
    heaven to come to earth' aud buy a So saying the fairy Ethel, ;glowing through Ethel's error.-Stn society. this charming material presents

    bottle of carmine. f with muddy health, her gorgeous hair Francisco Xctrs-Lctter. At intervals during these and subsequent to fashion. Very much the same may

    Such, was Ethel- Evingslee" as she only half hidden by a green sun-bonnet, ceremonies, gilt and silvered be said of the Ottoman silk, which is

    <1dMiitUy over the alkaUprahIeto : and her dimpled, round arms bare to the paper in the shape of coins and sycee equally suple and soft, and which is being

    Aunt Gruelton's cottage. She could I elbow, tripped into the house, lookinglike Gems. bars is burned, in the belief that it will made both plain and broched. The

    not miss the road, for every rut was some sweet angel just dropped out m also pass into the invisible world whereit plain patterns will be used for skirts with

    familiar to her, and Aunt Tissie's cot- of paradise to brighten our sad earth. If you would create something, you will be recoined into solid cash ; and wide plaits, the broched for tunics,

    tage was but fourteen miles from the She came back in a minute or two, must be something. clothes, sedan-chairs, furniture, buffaloes bodies Louis XV. vests, Directoire

    depot.As. wiping her dainty lips on her elbow, Tile lives of great men'all remind us and horses made of paper are redingotes, and Mary Antoinette bust

    the lovely old home of her child i country fashion, and murmuring: Oh, that the best of them can do foolish transferred on the same principle to the au cOrp; I must also call attention to

    hood loomed up with the nine hundred : my 1 wasn't that a snorter?" was aboutto things.I "better land" for the benefit of the : tie fact that the present fashions no

    and ninety-nine memories of the past, resume her work, when she was con- have lived to know that the secretof dead. longer exclude velvet from the materials

    Ethel's eyes filled with pearly tears I i I\ scious of the presence of a stranger. happiness is never to allow your -energies Among the poor the bodies are put in employed in summer dresses, but the

    Yes, there were the nodding potatoes j jwaving I'I He was leaning over the fence, gazing to stagnate. the cemeteries, but it is! the practice velvets used are manufactured expresslyfor

    in their hills, the stately', silently at her, with a gun over his When you travel from vice to virtue with the richer Chinese to keep the coffined the season, and are very smooth and

    squashes lying lazily near .their vines, i I I shoulder and in one hand a couple of you ride on a corduroy road and get bodies of their relatives in their light mousseline velvets. They are plain

    and the tall apple trees laden with ruby dead hares. many a bump ; but when you go from houses for long l'oeriods--80metimes for or'figured and stamped or "ciseless.

    and aureate fruit, and in the middle of In person he was tall and erect, his virtue to vice it is just as easy as to ears. By this last term is meant that the pattern

    all the farmhouse set off by three diamond slide down hill. of which either
    darling old two-roomed manly figure Fashion, figures, are spots,

    where she had spent so many studs and a velvet coat. A long, silky THE habit of being always employed flowers or birds, are in relief, embroidered -

    happy hours. I moustache fell carelessly on his vest, is a great safeguard through life, as in silk either of the same shade or

    Aunt Tissie heard the gate open, andO which he pulled down from time to time. well as essential to the culture of every Gossiping Report of Fashionable of a different shade as the ground of then

    did Bobbie, the watch-dog, erst once I I His hair was as black as the wing of a virtue. Foibles for tne Fair. material.
    An eccentric fancy is to cut the ends ,
    and was aquiline, and his POLITEXFSS.-The fountain of true .
    formerly, a long time ago, a fiercemasti1f raven. His nose
    His politeness is good and of all ribbon bows, strings sashes into
    but now crippled with rheuma- eyes large, melting, and esthetic. a generous Bartholomew Nealon, who murderedhis

    tism and that, dread disease,, the mange. 1 shapely legs were swathed in silken heart. It consists less in exterior man- long forks or notches. wife at Boston on May 30 by cutting

    As shoon and a large gold watch-chain ners than in the spirit that is developed Cats are the fashionable animals at her throat and then cut his own
    his only fell on the ,
    form of Ethel remaining eye of thatdrooped, like the cypress, nearly to OH conduct the true intercourse of present, and cat-head and cat.pa\'vorna- throat with a pocketknife, died from.
    old Bobbie
    a
    gave cry
    completed his neglige attire. iclety. ments are in high favor. his wounds. ,
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    ITEMS. GRAND OPPORTUNITY !I I .NEW,ADVERTISEMENTS.PRITCHARD&MAY. NEW:ADVEBTISEMENTS. CARDS.

    -Mr. R:B.'Williams, Ours I Treasurer J. C. NORWOOD & CO., pRITciuARD & M.t-Y. --

    was in town Jlondayt REP RE'FOR: .
    DEALERS IX
    Mean.B. A.and G.8 Hardee,were SALE REAL ESTATE AGENTS.Titusville. .
    ; in town Monda)". :' :nrr:: OFFER FOR : STAPLE AM FAHCY GROCERIES, ,

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    I We learn that it was D. M. Metzger 44444444, Business, Residence Lots,
    I instead of B.Nail that lost an ozair. .r 44444444A.tlA TJ. GRAY. ,

    .Andrew Froacheria is pushing'the A-M A J Ati-t ,,.'.. .. and.Dwellings in -Fine Tobaccos and
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    4444 4444
    completion of the Court house. 4444' 4444 r. TITUSVILLE.Also CIGARS. ATTORNEYATLAW.LaGrange .

    The County Commissioners on Mon 4444 4444 Florida
    *4.t .444 1 Unimproved Lots In CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE, .
    day adjourned until the first Monday in 4444 A* 4444 M A Titus Scott. A.M.Thrtaher.:
    August.It LAMPS& FIXTURES iif e Fla. Santoni
    4444 4444 na:
    Indian River
    City.
    & THRASHER
    is rumored that Capt.T. W. Lund 4444 4444 WOODEN TINWARE. SCOTT; ,
    4444 4444 _Have a large list of
    will soon put on a steamer between San- I ATTORNEYSATLAW.Sanford .
    4444 4444
    ford and Salt Lake. 4414 4444 Groves Meal Corn I : : Florida.
    Mr. B. Nail was unfortunate in 4444 4444 Orange Mr.Scott Is now located at Titusville

    losing one of his oxen Sunday night. It 4111111111111111111111111111 p Real Estate Law a speciality, !

    died near the gate of his yard. titt111tttt11ItttI11'tttttlttttltlt11tltl1ttl11 ON HIGH HAMMOCK & FIRST' -C i ss Hay, C. B. MACRVDER, -

    We hare been making inquiries as 4444
    PINE LANDS
    COUNTY
    SURVEYOR
    to when our sheriff is to return, but no 4444 Oats Etc.also ,

    one seems to know his whereabouts.We 4444 -Which we are offering at- AND NOTARY PUBLIC ,
    .
    hear that Mr. L J. Carlile, and "A word to the Wise I" agents for
    BOTTOM PRICES. Rockledge, Florida.
    Mr. Robert Morrow have both lost several "
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    Immense Bargains at Jacob Reeds' Sons, '
    s. JOXES.
    head of horses during the present sum- PINE-APPLE MINOR
    LANDS
    mer. "Mackenzie's.. CLOTHIERS, .'

    -A quantity of choice new Florida First Quality At Low Figures. Samples to be seen at store.NOTIONS. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.

    syrup, ia offered for sale, parties desiringto We exhibit the
    Several Large Tract Or .Titusville, Florida.
    purchase will please address J. ,

    Sams, City Point P. O,Fla. H.LARGEST STOCK :M.: E. ENGLISH.
    HEAVY HAMMOCK LANDS DOMESTIC & FANCY DRY GOODS

    The sloop "Anna," Mr. J. F. Baya and most complete assortment of Goods Notary Public State at Large.

    master, carried the mail from this placeto in this section of Florida. well adapted to Gents' ClolliiM> & Fiirnisliiiig Goods. Affidavits drawn and all business entrusted

    Ean Gallie last Friday and Tuesdayin A visit to Sugarcane,Bananas and Early vegetables. March 1st 44 tf. to me promptly attended to.

    place of the Zelia, which had been Office at his residence.

    hauled out for the race. "THE FAIR" Also unimproved Lands in all sec- J. M. Dixon, TItusville, M Florida.

    We have vainly looked for the f TITCSVILLE, : : "FLORIDA. COWIE.
    past is a pleasure, and worth coming manymiles lions of the county.A Dealer In D.
    few days for the appearance of the Cin to see.

    derella. We hope her energetic Captainhas FEW TERY DESIRABLE Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals,

    not been eaten up by the mosquitoesat JUST RECEIVED Fancy and Toilet Articles. Physician and Surgeon.

    her resting place in the Narrows. : A Line Of Homesteads Left. Perfumery, Dye-stt, Paints, Oils, Titusville. Florida.

    Bemember that Norwood's HackLine I Parties having money to purchase mortgageS Varnishes" & .&almost everything O F. GRAY. --
    will carry you, tri-weekly to Enterprise i iPHIISTTS.Best will find investments on un- kept by a first-class Drug House. .

    connecting with the St. Johns River : Quality,Latest Patterns,C 8c peryd. doubted security Any drug needed, medicine by customers or Instrument Watch Maker and Jeweller.ALL .

    steamers for Jacksonville. Fare to Also LACE BUNTINGS, --0- and not on hand will be ordered. WORK WARRANTED.Work .

    Enterprise, $4.We p JgjfPrescrlptlona carefully compounded or orders left with P. E. Wager or at'
    TRIMMING SATINS -
    were pleased to the CourtHouse PIQUES, Real Estate placed in our hands for sale, night or day with accuracy and dispatch Post Office Titusrille or with A. Brady LaGrange
    see will receive prompt attention.
    had been and LACE TIES, COLLARS exchange, or to let, will receive promptattention. by competent persons. Iy3G In Tituavllle every Monday. Will be
    prettily
    very tastier and FIS8CHUS. .
    decorated and trimmed for the fourth of A full line of RIBBONS, in Titusvl le.May 21.1883 4 tf NEWSPAPERSubscription DR. B. R. WILSON.
    r July by the ladies of this
    young place.
    and fane"siIk
    Satin
    plain ,
    .
    They deserve a great deal of credit for all shades all widths. ARTIFICIAL Titusville & Lake Worth.OSTRANDER'S Agency.The Will continue the practice of ileUlclnc ia

    their tasteful handiwork. undersigned having opened a
    F L O W E R S, Titusville and vicinity,

    There was no meeting the Board f OSTRICH PLUMES, ando NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY Office at J. M. Dixou's Drug Store.
    County Commissioners on Monday, n TIPS. HAT A NECK ILLUSIONS INDIAN RIVER STEAMERS!
    Will be receive
    pleased to subscriptionsto
    quorum being present on account of PARASOLS in A. B. H WLEYD.D.S.
    V. 8. MAIL
    some of the Commissioners not having replain and fancy silks. A full LINE, any :

    ceived their comml iona. line of Ladies' Fine HOSE The Fast, Light-Draft, Steel Hull Periodical or Newspaper published. I I Visiting Dentist. .

    -Our Tax Collector,D. W. McQuaigwas in solid colors. Black,Fancy -o-- Makes frequent trips to Indian River.

    in town Monday and informed us stripe BALBRIGGANS,&.c. Steamer, Save time, trouble and expense by applying Lake Worth, Ac.

    that he could not advertise lands for sale LISLE and LACE Gloves, "CINDERELLA!" to CHAS. H. NAUMAN, P. O. Address, New Smyrna Florida.

    for delinquent taxes until the first of Ladies' VESTS Cloth Car- Subscription Agent, H. NAVMAN.
    CAPT.WILL H. MOORE c.
    1 August, thus allowing delinquents an additional pet and Kid SLIPPERS. Haulover P. O. Brevard
    Fla.
    county,
    i thirty days to pay their taxes. FANS, PLAQUES, Lang- Having ample and splendid accommodations Justice of the Peace and
    for Passengers and Freight, and
    -1be yacht"Coquette,"owned by Cap try Fans, Jet Necklaces, arranged expressly for the Mall Service LUND HOUSE Notary Public State-at-Large.

    I Frank Sams, arrived here on Sunday Bracelets, Ear Rings, Hat& and Navigation of this beau Also Commissioner of Deeds for the State of

    afternoon having on board the Enterprise Lace Pins, Brooches, Ham- tiful River, will make regular trips, until Will remain open during the Summer.A. PENNSYLVANIA.
    "Stars," Base Ball Club. The "Coquette"is burg EDGINGS, DRESS further notice, between Office at the Haul-Over.
    Deisner
    a handsome boat and her crew of six BUTTONS in Pearl, Steel, Mile ant Late Worth Yia the Bapidi Proprietor. T. JOHNSON <<=O<<:KSII1JTr.
    are neatly dressed in yachting suits. Gilt and Fancy metals. THE SLOOP "AGNES "
    Corsets Bustles Touching at all intermediate ,
    Satchels landings,
    -On
    Monday morning Mr.J. E. Gru- Notary Public, StafatLarf,
    Wallets TRUNKS TOIL- as follows: commanded by
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    ber removed the post office and all its and
    ET ARTICLES ETC. CAPTAIN JOHN MOLE AN,
    paraphernalia to the building near the Leaves Titusville, Tuesdays and Fri Makes regular trips on Indian River. Justice of the Peace.
    Lund House. The building small days, at 6 o'clock
    though a. m. SHE CARRIES
    A FULL SUPPLY OF Court day, first Saturday of each month.
    will answer the purpose very well. A Ladies' Sacks and Skirts, $1.50
    Leaves Lake Worth, Wednesdays and Groceries LA GRANGE Florida.
    Goods
    improvement being the lock boxes ,Dry ,
    great Wrappers, 1.25 I
    Sundays at 10 the
    a. m; Rapids ST.
    CLUB-ABRJUIS.
    which be rented. Ulsters Canned Goods, B. L. 8cr KIJ1f.
    can 1.50 State
    I at 2 p. m. Attorney County Judge of
    -Mr.T. E. Richards, of Eden Grove, Child's Dresses, .35 I Hats, Boots and Shoes, Seventh Judicial l'lr eatt. Orange county,

    was in town on Monday and gave the Waists, .25 :0- Ladles Shoes In great variety; Prints all SI Clair!_ & SmierliL
    STAB office a calL Mr. Richards has Gents' Summer Under Shirts, .50 1-Pa8.1Jtge or freight apply on board. new patterns at low prices.
    very ATTORNEYS &
    Staterooms, two berths,$1.-:Single berths. COUNSELLORS AT LAW.
    much improved the appearance of his Lawn Tennis 1.00 50 Meals .
    . cents, 50 cents each. Ready-made ClotMm Met Articles ORLANDO, FLA.
    ,
    Cheviot ,
    .
    boat, the"Franklin" with an overhanging .00Ie
    WUl
    NOTIONS. (rive careful attention to collections,
    bow giving her a very jaunty appear- Jean Pants 1.00 Opened for the Season. and will practice In the several court of this
    KI' For the cash only District,and In the Supreme Court at Talla
    ance and making more room on deck Suits, 5.50 March IS.46 6ra. passes and U. 8. coon at Jacksonville.
    JEij-A man who is interested in his
    own
    near the foremast. Best quality unlaundried shirts 1.00
    a.... Dress Straw Hats, .75 welfare will be pleased to know that LUMBER LA GRANGE STORE ,

    STATE NEWS. Scarfs and Pins Always on hand a general assortment of
    .25 f" Will be furnished to order
    ANDREW GIBSON on short notice
    The Democrat estimates that at least A large line ofLadles' GOODS.

    400,000 cocoanuts have been planted near Keeps the finest oysters to be found in at 813.00 per thousand.

    Key West within the past two years. and Misses' Straw Hats, Titusville LUMBER ft SHINGLESAlways -STRICTLY CASH.-
    ,
    The Lake City Btpartcr wants the town In new shades and latest styles, E. L. Brady.
    AND SERVED IN STYLE TO SUIT on band.
    council of that place to order the dogs PATRONS. January 1st 1883 1 yr 36
    Closing out cheap.We .
    -0- C. MAGRUOER &, CO.
    shot as a preventative to the spread of
    small-pox in case it should be brought are offering a lot of Trimmed Hats of Plain and Fancy Cake made to order.Baler11 S. RYDER. Florida Manufacture.
    latest
    style at a
    there Bread always on hand.
    KOCKLEDGE, AMAZON PAINT
    A game of base ball was played at St. Great Sacrafice. Also a first-class Barber shop attached. Has just received and continues to keep WORKS.

    t Augustine on the 16th ult between the It will pay to look at them. In stock a full and complete stock of Groceries n: J. BER/"E & CO.,

    I "Garrisons" and the "Muflers." The NORWOOD'SI Boots & Shoes, Uats & Caps In manufacturers of the
    latter scored eight runs to the"Garrisons" JSMust received another lot of 200 great variety and General Merchandise
    l Fast Hack Line !
    It aeven. Lace Remnants, of every description. Ask for whatever AMAZON READ MIMED PAINTS
    Feraandina's two Base Ball Clubs have you may want. One price to all. Canned
    at 10 c each. Pieces contain from 2 to 6 Goods of every description in all shades and ready forImmediate
    a .
    been consolidated under the name of the specialty.LUMBER
    I Fernandina Base Call Club, and have issued yards. The Cheapest and Most Direct Use.

    a challenge to the Tallahassee Base ELEGANT P '' DRTED) GOODS ROUTE Will be and grinders of
    I Ball Club to play series of three friendly furnished to order on short noticeat
    A lot of Fans Q 5 cents; Thermometers ToTltuNvlllcand IndlanRh'er.CARRYIXG 818.00 per thosand. Dressed PureVhite
    games e 20 cents; Note Paper and Envelopes, lumber Lead,
    I The Collector of Customs at St.Augustine in fancy boxes @ 12 J cents. THE U. S. MAIL.E from 820.00 to 824.00 per thousand & Colors
    In Oil.
    is on the qui rite for the British -- LUMBER & SHINGLES
    A full line of Stationery. OMce
    ; sloop yacht "Bonnie Jeane", of Nassau, THREE always on hand. and Factory,
    trips weekly between the ST.
    N. P., which was stolen from her moorings Good Note Paper@ 10 cents per quire. JOHNS and INDIAN RIVERS. P. M. I I No. 26 Ocean street,

    on the 29th of May. The "BoniJeane" e FLAGS FIRE CRACKERS FISHER.PINEAPPLES. .
    Leaves Enterprise EVERY JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
    Monday Wednesday ,
    is a sloop 31 feet keel and 39 feet

    over alL ROM Candles,Sly Rockets, Colored Fire. Titusville and the Friday SAME:Morning day. arriving at Parties New Information of Florida.
    desiring to
    A child in Tallahassee recently swallowed French purchaae pine-apple 192 pages new matter unto map for 1SS2.
    Confectionery
    plants will
    please send
    ten of Dr. Brandreth's hav ReturningLeaves their orders Send
    pills, six cents to R.C.Long,Tallahassee
    promptly to
    ing got hold of the box, and not knowing RAISINS, CURRANTS, CAKES, Titusville E\"ERrTuesday.Thursday E. J. RAWSON, or C. Drew Jacksonville Fla.
    ,
    what to do with it. Luckily the man who Dried Fruits and Saturday morning, arriving at 52 3m Waveland P. O. Fla. ..

    compounded those pills had, perhaps by Etc. Enterprise In the evening.-Address gSTPine-appIe plants cheap for cash.-; FOR SALE !

    mistake,put in a very large quantity oi We guarantee to "Carry Out" every W. S. Norwood, AGENTS Wanted 'BoOksDl&-4B""I. A desirable cottage, house and lot in
    flour. thing we advertise. -uolcu..c.. ..; ,ftrict,; b..1 Titusville* Blacksmith, wheel wrijrLt
    TITUSVILLE, FLOPJDA. &Q-I.-pnce AMo;_"'II._tut...h:1ft4e4...:na Cge1'fW1Iete_S I. ;Nash.iLLc u IenaI. and general repairing shop at Titusville.'
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