The Florida star
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075901/00056
 Material Information
Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: July 12, 1883
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
notis - AKR0018
lccn - sn 96027111
System ID: UF00075901:00056
 Related Items
Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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.....'J.WasJdaltOa.., Banta.JaIy .' Below we publish'the'time of'the different From the Floilda Herald. :Dr.' Westcott of St' ':Augustine, has From ouriegalaroorreapondejt), '
"bil.- "G'J'16" ;'L-. 'All I 'aahingtrade -, yachts which sailed"in the Regatta1;'at ,The age in which we live is becoming just returned from a trip to Philadelphia.The WASHINGTON, D. C. June 30/18831

I' .I -;.r. r- S' dollars this"'place. I last' "Wednesday afternoon. every day more intensely and' commend- corner stone of the'South 'Florida The development of ,the new residence

r! Y" "u.-: ":.companies; ,have steadilyor We have been requested also to'1 give' the ably practical 'Evidences of this' spiritare Seminary was laid at'Orlando' on ,Mon- portion of the city is something needing:
J.:: n" foi some time and will only measurement of each boat''but we' could seen everywhere. One of its latest day: 25th 'ultPineapples to be'seen to be appreciated. is unique.

i "at85 cents Interviews with. not abtain the same as the judges having and most admirable phases in the Southis After false starts ;in) 'various ,directions,
toff oera of'this city show thatBank' them in charge are not here. seen in the growingeffort to practical- : that are unfit for shippingare some of them engineered by anxious epee' {

'i. Y"iti eoeivtng the:cob1 at: 'par; g Z''=' =oo ;?t"C'cc > ize the education of our youth, both male hundred.H.sold in. Key'West for fifty cents a ulators who had, big; poof) ground to;
r.r" S aooe'l National: officials'say
J:1J k ,has never received them as le- tII o: p'e -... tI:: :! S' .aIe ... e4: gave editorial mention and endorsementof H. McCreary resumes" control of the the residence part of the'city'has taken: a

;/' 'ja1 ice':anti will not The National -.=. .;. .!,.D.<; t: = $ the establishment'of a cooking and Gainesville Advocate, J.,W. Tench having definite.direction'of growth ;ralong' O>n-I
take 'them i t" & several the I withdrawn.
.Yl1twillnot. > housekeeping department by necticut avenue,which follows_ an obliqueline
f'b': &"' 1"'p ;. 'The National Bank 'of to( to< prominent female colleges of the South. The Key West cattle trade with the drawn'from the White ,House to _
;;yp1ton )'Iit will not receive ,them S> to>( > And now the Georgia papers are' full' 'ofa island of Cuba averages one thousand Washington Heights. --This"''section has
-'. : :and the National; Bank of the Behave c S school of technology for the young men head of cattle daily. been rapidly 'built up .with'handsome

: '" .: '__ it will to refuse to re- -j jn Mj r:= of the State. The subject came up before The-Magnolia-House at Orlando was houses and building continues steadily

, < All private bankers say trj.c the last Georgia Legislature; and was 'so struck lightning a few days ago. Sev Fortunately the movement began within: r

.....d i ci n't aat,them and, with one ex + .. eq c oo ....g: yaraa eloquently advocated that a select com- eral persons were shocked by the effectsof a few years after the' rchiteCts had'made

.- to take them.bi 1c NI.-NI:..ter ODODV, ooo'gfi ; mittee of that body was sent North to the fluid but no one was killed. the surprising discovery that there :could
RECEIVE THEM. r tyaaao carefully examine and report the be colors
apYgBSMENT upon bright in dwelling 'houses'.and
,J6 .....c ....... ... trj The St. Augustine Frets says that St. ,
jiW"t-Tieasurer, .. New, speaking this :aaa, 0..gg 0 workings and advantages of the technological Augustine Bay looks almost as quiet these beauty of form also.' The houses are mostly -
enSb t' Of.'the. trade dollar' said heiiwtt'thedu'ty schools of New York and other summer days as it must have looked on of brick Each house has its own'Stileand .
of Congress to 1 r large cities, with a view to the establish individuality, stands from fits
iJaa that September when Menendez
acla day
, ;t'mW 1f it from'circulation. "It was : aaa.. ao 0.Qt;Rt7pia ;; ment of such an institution as a branch landed. ,. neighbor, and is surrounded -by', green.

giuJi Ma mere'convenience," he said, Q.+rra NtO.-cc. w GOVr.NOr+... Mf 0 of the State University, at Athens. The turf, with pretty beds of flowers here and
signal office at Pnnta Rassa has
'substitute for committee has returned, full of enthusiasm there. The result is broad
"f for we with China as 0.... ......0 cecoceco5 S been discontinued street''after;
gexSfetn dollars;;which had been formerly ,00101 OtQto oooo- H and approval, and it is quite probable on account. of the in- street of houses, all varying and many of
of. It'is
adequate appropriation Congress.
ued and has served its purpose. wNVV that before another year the young them beautiful, presenting' -a marked
'Io one of eighteen that are closed for this
1 -$The trade dollar is intrinsically worth CCC CiCCiCk, 'T1 men of Georgia will have an opportunityto contrast to the monotony.of the :streets
iti f fcce,while the paper dollar without 000 CO.NI two-E c... be educated at home in all the practical same reason. of the close built cities'- If there is. ,any
; ;&h *iWCe'the Government would be o at s4-c oo g'H CD CT;-' I d arts and sciences. The advantages of Of the 188 signers of the petition of J. criticism to be made here on that score, .

visa." There was, he said, no good co-co 0010 c:>cog ..... ,5wtotJ .= ( such a school in every State are immense, F. Stewart to engage in the retail liquor it is that there is a little too much Queen
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.eiiit.hy the trade dollar should not be and will be readily evident to anyone business at White Springs, Hamilton Anne, though any criticism.seems almost;
koKiiedby the Government and he hoped > e who will give the subject a moment's county, published in the JasperTimet, 72 ungracious. One wealthy gentleman,

'OJ MB'would authorize its redemption toNINI t NlNlNlg thought. Hon. O.A. Bacon, the nearly. could not write their names. who like many others (coming to Wash

md recoinage,. r.i.rfa ce. co to:) wOF.s.Cr ..::. 03 successful anti-Colquitt candidate for It_is reported that Mr. H. S. Ming, for- ington simply for the pleasure of liting:
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; ""': governor last year, and one of the leading mcrly superintendent of the Florida here the Queen me'aty
IHB'TEEASUBY M says e overdone ,
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,Secretary Folger said, just before leav- X88 CiCiOito COp O,Ci Cnto minds of Georgia, being interviewed on Southern Railroad, will soon occupy the and he has givenhis' architect or-

"iag ear New York/that; the department the subject the other day, expressed him- same position with the Jacksonville, St. ders for a plain George the Third house, ,

ni powerless to afford any releif. They CO tO U> to tooooto trnoars toc self as follows: Augustine and Halifax Railway. with a portico. This movement, into.
,mDe for the evil 'Yss n'the hands oftbenexi .. ..... Said Major icon : "I met the Georgia Times-Union: It is understood: that the Washington of people of'wealth and culture -
Congress)'and the attention of CGar to.NI .r i.e"oOQ VVyo committee in New York. They seemed recent differences between the Waycross who are attracted simply by the,

'tfctbody would be called to the matter =s' earnest and industrious, and, more remarkable Railroad Company and the DeBaryBayaLine life, society and climate they find. here,
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the next session.Tiessurer.Wyman'thought. tat \ r .I for committees, when they had of Merchants steamers are no more, has apparently only begun. Every' few,

.that some The first class yachts started off with finished their work, they returned home. I they having been adjusted satisfactorily days 'some new .name is mentioned of a

ictwnwould probably be taken by the next the Coquette in the lead at exactly four I[ heartily agree with them in their approval to both companies. man of money and leisure' who drives

Congress authorizing the redemption and o'clock followed by the Arrow, one min- of schools of tech'nologyIt is a i Gulf Coast Progreu: A considerablepart through; these broad shaded avenues, sees

Bcoaitge'the trade dollar. It would ute later, the Lizzie H., following the system of education greatly needed in of the freight of the Lizzie Henderson the people, and breathes the air/ and

ply the Government' from a financial Arrow with forty-five seconds intermis- Georgia-needed for the proper develop- on her trip up,to Tampa, last Satur- i forthwith buys a lot and orders brick.
itujdpoint, to recoin them, as the cost of sion aad the Bessie bringing in the rear ment of the grand wealth and resourcesof day consisted of supplies, shovels and People who have.been a good deal abroad

fBSMUUmM,"tQ..uld be considerably less than at four o'clock three minutes and fifteen the State. The State owes it to her wheel barrows, etc.,for the International I and have learned to like the variety of

the amount_. .of. silver gained in the charge. seconds. The yachts followed each otherin young men, growing to manhood, that and South Florida Railroads. European'society, seeni'specially drawnto
.J WsTTJCnON' MADE BY LAW. this order until they reached the second she shall open to them other t'enues.of, Washington,'where the diplomats) furnish -
Pensacola had of base ball
fans J.:Davis a prominent banker oftheDietrict or east stake, when the Arrow passed work and usefulness than the professions.The few days ago, on a Sunday game_too, which end-a a foreign element of cultivated 'people -.
said that the, present valueof around the stake, on her starboard tack, professions are'sacrificing ,thousandsof and the concentration hereof repre-
ed in a row. This, a local paper ,
star i is&O 1-lSd. an ounce, so that the a few lengths ahead of the Coquette, thus our young men. There is no greater was shocking'to refined taste, refering to sentative men and women from all parts

.intrinsic value ipf the standard dollar of taking the lead of all the first class boats folly now than for the mass of bright, the row, and saying: nothing about the of the Union, gives society some picturesque
'4121 gins'ie 8493, and the trade dollarof and this position she held throughout the promising young men to crowd into the playing on Sunday. contrasts, and a diversity which is

420 grains is worth .8652, but the par race. The Coquette, while continually professions. I say this with confidence, agreeable. There is a good deal of wealth
nine of the standard dollar is maintained creeping farther ahead of the Lizzie H. although I have enjoyed a measurable Captain Kendall, the canoeist, who here, but it is a point of pride with the

brib"8 feet that' it is legal tender inter- and Bessie, was being outsailed by the success in professions, crowded already to made the largest canOe voyage on record, richest, as well as with those who are not
overflowing, do not develop, do not add has located on the Anclote river, near rich that the
dbsige&ie with greenbacks gold. The Arrow and was finally fully three-quar so society Washington ia
'bide dollar has in law no status, save ters of a mile in the Arrow's wake when to the wealth of the State or stimulate Tarpon Springs. The Captain has beenin very democratic, and that'a man counts
: I indeed, the scientific Cedar Key for a few days awaiting his for what he is rather '
1h .i'of ingot worth'just what she rounded the home stake. The Lizzie progress. except than what he- has.
.the-metd in it.will bring, and no one is H. held her position as third until the professions in the line of mechanic arts, wife, who came on the Boston steamer The principal subject considered at the

brand to take it in payment of a debt second rounding of the east stake, from although our young men do not even go via 8avannah.-nronsonEJltt'J1 e. Cabinet meeting yesterday.was the alley ,.:
<.: w- .... the south stake, when the Bessie came i to these. What is wanted for the young The colored laborers of- Fernandinahave ed shipment of pauper immigrants to this
aacfactnrers of Fish Fertilizer. ahead of her and retained the lead pas ; men, and for the development of the formed an organization known as country from Ireland, by the British au

The.firm of fish fertilizer onanufactur- sing the home stake about one-quarter of State, is training school in the mechanicarts the Fcrnandiua Labor Society. The prin- thorities. The Secretary of the Treasury

operating at New Smyrna, is.said to a mile ahead of her. I and Georgia can afford to make lib- cipal object of the society is to protect subsequently telegraphed instructions to

be.doing a business satisfactory in every The main accidents to the first class eral appropriations for it. I fear, however tho laboring men, principally those who the collectors of customs at New York, to ,

,ny.lilhey make immense catches of were the carrying away of the topmast ofthe it would be difficult to get such a work on the docks. They propose to demand cooperate) with the i commissioners of.im- :

fid;,m high as, three thousand a day, Coquette near the south stake on the measure through the Legislature, thoughI $1.75: per day for this work in fu migration at that port to prevent the landing '

.)1I o onWde' the inlet; and that is the last round and the unshipping of the have not yet noticed any opposition to ture. of all immigrants found to be paupers "

Biia i tiling- Their facilities working gaff of the Lizzie 1L during the first part it. There are always men to oppose any At a meeting of the directors of the within the meaning of the 9"'. i ,

Ip the fhh are excellent They have a of the race thereby crippling her from extraordinary appropriation, especiallyone Florida Coast Line Canal and Transpor- In the event that such pauper immigrant

lap three story building filled wilh machinery sailing on the wind especially, which predicament which must be repeated each year." tation Company, held at Washington on may have already landed, as is reportedto

for handling and preparing the she was in until the second We shall recur to this subject again, the 20th ult. the following officers were be the case with the large number i \

fbJu round when by dexterous management it and frequently and at the proper time, elected: J. Westcott, President; H. D. shipped on the steamship .Furnessia, the ;:

,They ue first put in vats and cooked was shipped on the mast again.. we hope to press the subject upon the Cooke, vice-President; J. Coryell, General collector is instructed to take all practicable :,.
and then are subjected to pressure to ext The second class race started with the attention of the Florida legislature, for Manager; H. Galliard, Secretary measures to have them reshipped

K& After expressing the oil the fish Dashaway one minute later and the Nonsense invoke their careful investigation into John Westcott, J. K. Upton, and Jay The reduction of the;tax. on tobacco

r wlwd on platform covering bout a just one-half a minute behind the the general merits of the subject. Cook. I and tho abolition of the tax on bank _
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tolkoe of ground,where they dry pre- Dashaway. They followed each other in The Mallory Line Steamer City of An-! checks, as provided,for 'in' '''the internal
Ptttory, to' further manipulation and this order until the east stake was reach- The New York San reckons that the tonio, which sailed from Fernandina revenue bill, which goes into effect July ;

fcul shipment North, where they are ed, which was rounded first by the Mystery "old junk that Chandler advertises for Thursday night had sixty passengers.Part 1, has necessitated the appointment of ,

ttolnned with more concentrated fertili- second by the Nonsense and last by sale to the highest bidder, has cost the of her cargo consisted of 10,284 wa- about fifty temporary employees in the ;.

:-, after which: they are put upon the the Dashaway. They maintained this government $20,000,000.ExSenator ter melons, 2,201 packages of vegetables, internal revenue bureau. When the bill
met. We are informed that they have order throughout the balance of the Thunnan bas been repre- 500 barrels rosin and 200 barrels spirits, received the approval of the President

,oFer{ hundred tons, stored waiting1iment course. sented as a "sorehead" because his fav- together with a large lot of pencil cedarin there was in existence several millions of "

r The company is having an Owing to a mistake in starting, the orite candidate, General Ward, failed to boxes-also wool and mo.-w. This line tobacco stamps, of the 16-cent per pound

,too steamer built to take the place of the Iola, Ella and Two Boys, in the third secure the Democratic nomination for is now the popular line for passengers as denomination.. These had to be changed .:
'den:one they are now using and class did not have their starting time Governor in Ohio. In an intenicW'Ir.. well as freightJacksonville to correspond with the provisions of the

.1fcch it toot strong enough to stand poun- taken until the had reached the middle Thuraan, like the grand old Roman that Herald. The office of General new law, which. fixes the tax on tobaccoat
gOCer the bar. stake on the first round. Thus the City he i, indorse the ticket and predicts a of the Florida Land and 8 cents per pound. That work has

T 9 employ fifty men, rough, hardy Point started ahead of the lola thirty- glorious victory for the party of the Improvement manager Company has been abolished been completed. and the additional, employees -
** !from the North. The fish are minutes and thirty seconds, which people. of the bureau are now engaged .,
> three -..e.. Col. J. J. Dunne, who has filled thatposition '
""Sfcinieineshalfa mile long, very lead she held around the entire course. since its organization having in cancelling the stamps that were printed
&*herring are taken. lola closely followed by Any young man is made better by a on bank checks belonging to the various -
The came sister's love. It is not for her retired. lie, however, continues as vice-
Babpsinese capable of indefinite the Ella and Two Boys. These three kept to be his sister. necessary President the company, with head- banks throughout the country. f:
pnrion and the men now engaged indtostill this order of sailing until the second quarters in London, England, Ex-Gov- Whenever a bank notifies the bureau
Illustrated Book of CAGE Bntos mailedfor that it the blanks which the '"
further invest. Our infor- round when the Two Boys sustained an ernor A. P. K. Safford has also retired wants on
3 CENT stamp. BIRD FOOD Co., 237 checks returned the numberof
satlwigathe present investment in the peak block being carried are printed
accident by from the office as land commissioner, to
,etc, amounts to $50,000 orz away and she retired from the course. South 8th St., Philadelphia. 11 4t give.place to CoL W. T. Forbes, heretofore stamps in each book ii counted, and _;",IS
'100 a interpriBe; Herald The lola kept the lead of the Ella until CHEAPEST FASHION MAGAZINE in the the active Assistant Commissionerof with a hand stamp the word cancelled is ",

.' .. the east stake was reached on the second world, 120 large pages, 4 pages new music the printed across the face of the stamp and :'
,..aateti. healthy appetite, prevent ma- each oomp'any.In the blanks returned the bank that is't(
round when the Ella passed her to windward 1000 engravings issue. 50 cents per .*SbW to
'diaeues", .b.1.WWlg BrownVIron which position she held until the year; single copies, 15 cents. Snuw- fevers, malaria, biliousness, heart- sued them. It is estimated that there .
will be work to keep the .
completion of the race.' 'l'be.City Point & CLOTHIEB 8th & Market Sts burn is enough fifty
BRIDGE ; eta, nothing so benficial asBrown's '
ii*i. cholera is raging in the coast with all her start only came in, two mm- 11 4t Iron Bitters temporary employees "work, for 'two'or
ji utes and thirty seconds ahead of the Ella. three weeblonger. AUGUST. '


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JJ ..) ,. : ... -- ;r I'Altar- Two Centuries and a Ii..,. of hisvflcck, a lady, who was fa.1ble 'How Marbles are Made.Yarbleeare'ItnOWII'iromrthe of the same substance could be
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I ) i' Ivery rather d apo&dmg.vWbea: : st d'teDderlt lowed only under the
repositories .f !
< : .b eri.ad Few men unlikely a i, Latin ..
. ;'.' Xau&E.piv.; ... .r. .*" ".** *" of-fife'affections about herself, her reply ; fauces, and the digestive
fttoten- tender organs
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word which similar woaW
4 : .,: niithnM. races or ban. 'marmor ; by
" was, "Weak;-ohso/very weak And soon means to eject it.
.. And aake 017..matil income in some man- would suggest themselves,one playthings were known to'the boys ofBorne 'The' ',
then added that had beta that I chhil tubes
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she promptly
: evTo would to even ,the most inquisitive react agafnIt
; : : say, Some
: forakhtoej. eiefthig. .cetra,for two of relics than day much troubled in.;mind: because shehad two years ago. obtrusion of foreign 'substances. t
; collector such let us
be and lovin and
: The girl m y pretty .Igrant- found her marbles are made'of potters' clay,
i :::. JPerfaajtfabecaneook.but mops likely she say, a chimney cowl, or_the ,foundation it impossible to govern baked La-an oven just like earthenwareis sting of an insect causes an irivolu =
thoughts in meditation ana prayer, so twitching'of the epidermis
for Incurable
4 w 8h.'majsday,th* piano for,, "all that...it'sJ stone of an Asylum much that "She had 'baked, but most of them are made of thit-r
.f 1a Yet a .lock of hair once beutowed so, kept going ova or splinter itself nndecthe C
I 'Bat.r == and the and ." a hard kind of stone found in Saxony,
and thing again
wssfcTm, why;heavens maid ever same again suppuration prepares the
.. by some generous upon atoosecretive way tar"removal.
Mtthl "My dear friend," ,replied the pastor, Germany., Marbles are If the
has is
; lover been overlu
No mom'sbasu gee SM; it's too much of a recently : '
,', _. great numbers, and sent to all partsof
"there If in the for
provision gospel
discovered in a locality far more wildly you with food it revo-'ls against turtherla''
. -' I thi>ikt. am far tatter off a*I'am.i improbable than either of those indicated here. Our Lord ,Jesus Christ, when the world, and even to China: for gestion. i.,-vThese

i .- .oOlllD'1fRW. I h(s soul was exceedingly sorrowful the use of the Chinese_ children. The
'r' of bachelor life I above A few weeks ago upon the automatic agencies!; o ue; ar
i rm weary declare three times prayed and spoke the tame stone is broken up with a hammer into ( :
Of litUebaUbedcoomandbosrging.house farm of Siam EvanS., Bethel suffice.
a : one near ganism generally to '
which then coun
little pieces are
square ,
fare ? wo rds. In a moment her face was
k : oak three feet six
: Oregon, (Eng.Tan) tree, the disturbing cause and the
No pleasant ompBaiomUp;nothing at all; lightened Her trouble was ground round La a mill. The mill has a !,
t.j I long for a bone be it ever so smallFora inches in diameter, was felled. and sawn up. gone. symptoms accompanying *
full ii
fixed slab of stone with its surface Proc cf
. and In similar circumstances Dr. Stough- ,
: home and a wife who is into planks. One of these in due reconstruction
up constitute
( bright ton of London entered the room of one of grooves or furrows. A bo ve this a fiat merely a pjps
If''union U strength,''why,my notions are course found its way to a for non-interference. The ';
r sklngunderpulmdnarydisease.. "Howare block of oak wood, of the same size as suppuntiar

I, My wara right an.snail, but I think they willONBVIEWOFMARfUAQE. an shop odd-looking, where it branch-like attracted ,attention knot traversing you feeling to day ?'' "Weak-oh, the stone is made to turn rapidly tissues push the thorn outward'and' -:.
sent only pressure in the
and while little streams opPosftsdiressi-,
so weak I" He looked at her around, turning,
With little for two. its substance. This knot very '
a feonewiy. nicely excised tion. The volunteers
lOft. :inj eye .oa ,a girl and I'n ask hertiartflat. from the plank out of sheer curiosity pale, sad face, and with half a smile on of water run in the grooves and keep eye to rid ftnif
1 of sand dust but remonstrates *
.' the mill from too hot. Aboutone ,
0 getting
his own face repeated the first twolines
80 off with and hoi for hat It by one of the workmen, provedto ,
:my.dippers, my friction. The rum-soaked
: of a hymn well-known to keg: hundred of the square pieces of system of:
be a hollow peg or yew, containinglock a
the toper undertakes to
t f I stone are put into the grooves at one eliminate the.
Beauty and Extravagance. hair "When I am weak, then I am strong ,
i of bright red to which, as theobjects" ; and
poison only asks that
Grace U shield andCnristmysong.: and in a few minutes are made round com*
in amber" referred my
toby Popein
i Do women look prettier for all this his epistle to Dr. Arbuthnot, were The effect was remarkable. Her and polished by the wooden block. quences of the outrage be not aggranU';
: China and white marbles also ed by its repetition. Bat if that
are p1l
increased expenditure Oldish *
J men pecularly applicable, the lines: "Thethings countenace changed, lighted up with a
remains unheeded
'"Ah there are no pretty girls now used to make the round rollers which finally takes tt*.
say, we know, are neither rick nor gladness that never left it, but shone '
such as there were when I was a young rare, but wonder how the devil they from it even in death. have delighted the hearts of the'ho}s of form of the emphatic protest called.tiff
all nations for hundreds of Marbles'thus e<&Sf. For, even in its urgent monitor
j fellow. Young men say, "Whatguys i got there I" Further investigation "I am useless now-quite laid aside," years. -
women made of themselves before made are known to the boys tations, the reaction against a violation
demonstrated that a hole had been bored said a devoted Christian man La a time ;
the of dress in." as "Chinas" or "alleys." Real chinasare of nature's health-laws, it is. a cry Jfor
present style came into the trunk of the oak tree with of sickness to a friend who came hoping

4 ;. The truth fe, probably, that a prettywoman an inch auger and that the plug of yew to speak a word in season. The sick made of porcelain clay; and baked peace rather than a petition for actty
; charms many dress not because like chinaware or other pottery. Someof assistance in the form of medication;
freighted with love's gift had been man was calm and patient. The wordsof "
of it, but frequently in spite of it; while driven into the aperture thus preparedfor his friend, however, seemed to aid them have a pearly glaze, and some Accustom yourself in all your lift!'
a plain woman is often enough stylish in of them are painted in various colorsthat pains and aches;" says Dr.! Jennings,
its reception. In the course of time him in no way, till, in going away, he
I .her get-up, taking especial trouble_to be the wound inflicted upon the tree had said with true feeling, "You think you will not rub off, because thty are "and also in your grave and more dJKtressing

: perfectly correct in details since she healed over the plug so effectually that lie there useless ; but the sight of you baked in, just as the picture3 011 plated S affections, to regard the move.

'cannot hope successfully to compete in the portion of the trunk under whichthe to-day, has taught me what will son and other tableware. ment concerned in them in a friendly
f of looks. Glass marbles'are known aspect-designed for and tending to the
point then is I
Extravagance ruddy lock lay concealed exhibitedno me on my way with stronger faith and as "agates. i
! by no means necessary to the setting off fewer than two hundred and fifty confidence." The idea of Laving helped They are both made of clear and colored removal of a difficulty of whose exfe-.-

f of beauty, and as for the, common excuse rings," each one representing a year'sgrowth another at once touched a chord in the glass. The former are made by takingup tence you were before unaware tad

that lavish expenditure is good for of the brave old oak, chosen Heart of the sick believer who was left a little melted glass upon the end of I which, if suffered to remain and,ic-

trade, it furnishes a knife that cuts both { A. I). 1632 by some careful swain as in'his chamber with his cup brimmingover. an iron rod, and making it round by cummulate might prove the destruction -,
.I 1 of the house live in-and that
waysi the hiding-place of his mistress's dropping it into an iron mould, which you
ringlet -
" If increase in direction I it 3 instead of its needing to be 'ruled ,it
i expenses one The difficulty of keeping a secret shapes or by whirling it around the 3i ,
I they must necessarily be limited in forever has seldom been more quaintly Home Economies. head until the glass is made into a little i is itself a curative operation; and that

I 1 another and if set of tradesmen what should be called disease lies lack
; one illustrated than by the accident that Copperas mixed with whitewash upon balL Sometimes the figure of a dug or
get the' Benjamin portion of a man's a squirrel kitten other object of the symptoms which, in fact, are
this heart of oak has been compelled to the cellar walls keeps vermin away. or a ,.or some

income(through his wife and daughters), yield up its charge after preserving it I Drain pipes and all places that are is placed on the end bf the rod, andwhen made for the express purpose of remOTe
some other sets obtain than ing the real disorder or "
less they it is dipped in the melted glassthe diffiCulty"
so rigorously throughout two centuriesand sour or impure may be cleansedith
otherwise would. There were of flows all .
glass arouud it, and when
) a half. lime water, copperas water or carbolic
course, extravagant women in the daysof the marble is done the animal can beoeen

crinoline and back chair, but their Religious Sentiment. acid.Good fires should be, kept up during shut up in it. Colored glass mar-I I Snakes as Family Pets.
very extravagance would now almostbe bles
house cleaning time, even though the are by holding a -

considered as economy. As com parWhen there is alarm lest the foundations doors and windows be kept open. glass rods in the fire until they melt, I The following interesting observation

ed with the powers of spending money will be shaken, because old then the workman twists them round
, Excellent shampoo is made of salts of on the intelligence of snakes shows not
of a woman of it I ,
to-day "as
' was moonlight : traditional views are proved incorrect, into a ball or presses them in a wooland d,
. tartar, white castle bay rum only that these animals are well able to
unto sunlight and as water unto it is wise to listen to the words of thand re soap so that when done the marble is marked
' lukewarm water. The salts will remove distinguish persons, but also that tiny
all these blue
yellow vho have earned a right to speak. with bands or ribbons of color. Real I
f scarlet ribbons all dandruff, the soap will soften thehair possess an intensity of amiable emotion
for temperance in drink "To me," says Prof. James D. Dana, I agates, which are the nicest of all marbles
will and clean it thoroughly and the scarcely to be expected in this class. A
no start ,
one a white ribbon for "the
i first chapter of Genesis is greatly are made in Germany, out of the
bay rum will urevent taking cold. writer to the London Tints thus describes
p temperance in costume ? It might be at illumined by the revelations which science stone called agate. The workmen chip -

first difficult to obtain recruits, but has made. I see nothing in modern The reason why cabbage emits sucha the pieces of agate nearly round with the behavior of some pet snakes

f there certainly are a few women of developments to shake my faith in disagreeable smell when boiling is hammers, and then grind them round kept by a gentleman and a lady of his

!1 England who have been | because the process dissolves the acquaintance : '
secretly hoping ltd inspired announcement rightly interpreted essential and smooth on grindstones.

; for a backward tide in the flow of present or in any of the essential oil The water should be changed S.. "Mr. M-after we had talked fora

t extravagance and who would truths taught in the Bible.-Golden I when the cabbage is half cooked, and little time, asked if I had any fear of

! gladly hail the initiation of far differentBtate Rule.'l will thus acquire greater sweetness. Scientific snakes ; and after a timid X 0,not very,'

of things-a reaction in favor of "I AM WRONG."-Let any one try To extract ink from cotton, silk or from me, he produced out of a cupboard
r simplicity and a purer taste. it, and he will find that so say in earnest woolen goods, dip the spots in spirits of Take REMEDY FOR A }'ELOX.- a large boa-constrictor, a phython and

j[ Of Charlotte ex-Empress of Mexico "I aw wrong," is the most difficult turpentine and let remain for several stir in a pint of common soft soap. and several small snakes, which at once

an exchange says: "Her splendid black speech he can make. And yet, it hours; then nth thoroughly between air-slacked lime till it is of the I made themselves home on the writing -

f hair haa'whitened, but her health is is the noblest of all. Very often i ithe indeed the hands, and it will all disappear consistency leather of glazier's putty. Make a table, among pens, ink and books

!y good,and she has recovered from it is true that any one of us, aher rid I without changing either the color or and thimble, fill it with this composition I was at first a good deal startled,especially

attack of madness which followed it always shows that we know our1' texture of the fabric. insert the finger therein, andA when the two large snakes coiled

I being told of the execution of Maximi- selves. It is the only possible road to A bottle of aqua ammonia is invaluable cure IMPROVED is certain. round and round my friend,and beganto

lian. She is very fond of music, spending take to produce an amendment of life js to the housekeei A spoonful MORTAU.-Sawdust it is j notice me with their bright eyes and forted -
said '
1 many hours in playing duets with No man can reform while under talso je 11 put in the iron pans and kettles in in by some one to be better than hair< tongues; but finding how tame they

one of her ladies of honor, and conviction that his deeds were virtuous which meat and vegetables have been protecting rough cast from peelingand I wereI{ ceased to feel frightened. After

shows much interest in her garden. rather than vicious. It is only a cooked will remove all grease,and make scaling under the influences of frostand a short time Mr. M-expressed a wish

When thfj weather is tine she walks a conscious sinner that can become penitent the cleansing of these a very easy operation. weather. The sawdust should be to call Mrs.-.andleftme with the boa
I great deal in the park surrounding her one The proofs around us and One of the best washing fluids is in dried and then thoroughly sifted, deposited on an arm chair. I felt a little

Chateau de Vouchant, and plays with within us that we err, era as manifold: made by mixing equal parts of turpentine order to remove the coarser particles.A queer when the animal began gradually

, a dog which the Queen of the Belgiansone as the variety of ways that proof can and ammonia. This fluid makes mixture is then made of two parts to come near,but the entrance of my host

t day rescued from some boys who be made. To acknowledge is the firstand rubbing almost unnecessary, while it sawdust, five parts sharp sand, and one and hostess, followed by two charming

I.E were tormenting it, and gave it to her most necessary step; to amend whitens the clothes without rotting part cement stirred, which should be thoroughly little children, put me at my ease again.

, sister-in-law." will follow as effect ,follows cause. them. House' plants are very much corH>rated with together two parts and of lime.then i in- After the first interchange of civilities,

'- Too Much Sleep. The prayers offered confessing our sinsare stimulated by giving them water whichcontains A of she and the children went at once to
equal of sifted
innumerable, but God alone knows a small quantity of ammonia. ashes, the boa, and, calling it by the most endearing
The effects of too much sleep are not how few confessions are made in the Two spoonfuls to a quart of water are clay cracks in and a little water cements names,allowed it to twine itself

less signal than those arising from its heart. sufficient. stoves and ovens. most gracefully round about them. 1

privation. The whole nervous systembecomes I I SILENCE.-Silence has a kindly influence iran In there the opinion is of the Scientific Amer- sat for a long time, lost in wonder at

blunted, so that the muscular I when rightly used. What an Idleness.- derful a possibility that the won- the picture before me. Two beautiful

energy is enfeebled and the sensationsand incalculable portion of domestic strife Jane Trice was a very idle girl ; she comet of 1812 may make its re- girls and their charming mother sst
appearance before the
moral intellectual manifestationsare and dissension might have been pre : liked to spend all her time at play. More than year closes. before me with a boa-constrictor (as

obtunded. All the bad effects of vented. How often the quarrel, which, :1 One day, as she went to school, she clock twelve mouths ago a perpetual thick as a small tree) twining playfully

inaction become developed; the memory by mutual aggravation, has perhaps saw a little bee among the flowers. An up draught was is ;started at Brussels. round the lady's waist and neck, and

is impaired, the powers of imagination terminated in bloodshed, might have :' Pretty bee," said she, "come and 'shaft obtained in a tube or forming a kind of turban round her
are dormant, and the mind falls been checked in its commencement by pla> with me." exposing it to the sun ; this head, expecting to be petted and made
into a kind of heptitude, chiefly becausethe a well timed and judicious silence I "No," Mid the bee "I have no time the tunis a fan, which winds up much of like a kitten. The children,
weight of
functions of the intellect are not Those persons only who have experienced to play with you, I must haste away to the top when the it clock until it reaches over and over again, took its head in

safficiently exerted, when sleep is too it are aware of the beneficial get honey for my hue. Soon the win- stops the, fan actuates a brake that their hands and kissed its mouth,

prolonged or too often repeated. To effects of that forbearance which to the ter will come, and the flowers be gone, again after the, but leaves it free to start pushing aside its forked tongue in doing

sleep much is not necessarily to be a exasperating threat the malicious so I must work while the sun shines." little. This weight has gone down a so. The animal seemed much pleased

god sleeper. Generally they are thein sneer, or the unjustly imputed culpability ; ., Then Jane saw a dog in the field, and time in June clock after was keeping good but kept turning its head continually

poorest sleepers who remain longest shall answer never a word. And !tried to get him to play with her ; but ously for nine, running continu- toward me with a curious gaze, untilI
bed; i. e., they awaken less refreshed there are not wanting instances he
were only wagged his tail and ran off, as How THE HUMAN allowed it to nestle its head a moment,
than if the time of rising were earlier the reputation, the fortune, tba happiness I II he had to mind the sheep. TECTS ITSELK. : ORGANISM I'KO- up my sleeve. Nothing could be

by an hour or two. We commend this nay, the life of a fellow-creature After this Jane saw some birds in a human body is-The organism of the prettier than to see this splendid serpent

to those who cry "a little more sleep might be preserved by a charitable silence I tree, and tried to get them to play with ratus. a self-regulating appar- coiled all around Mrs. Mwhile she

and a little more slumber.:.' either by the suppression of some I her but they had no time to play ; they mal functions Every excites interruption a reaction of its nor- moved about the room and when she

condemning circumstances, or by refusing were busy picking up straws to make the against stood to pour out our coffee. He seemedto
judge the other morning asked a to unite in cause If a
the letheir grain of
defamatory a nest had
{ so no time to waste. adjust bis
and every
caustic weight so nicely
prisoner potash irritates
charged with drunkenness gations. In silence, too, there is safety ,} "Well, well !" said Jane Hice "it the the nerves of coil with its was
what he palate the marking
intended to do. lie replied always 0 i salivary glands
seems I am the try to relieved
one idle, so I will by the black dress of
remove it velvet
frankly, that he "wasn't his own boss : COMFORT IN SICKNESS. ministerLa hurry by an increased secretion. ;
on to school the
and try to learn lady it I
my before
this morning." s eye would wash it was long ''
Dublin, some years ago, made a call lessons." off by an imme- could :,
I the
ate flow of tears. A larger quantity visit. up my mind to end

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:DAY:: Smith
bleu :Captain'Joe ;
'v1tJ'f /..,. upon for the courtesy invariably "
rp$8>iD ayBsr.'lB1JBIDAr, extended to Mm I fine steamer Chattahoochee _month, '
and for the able
T and demonstrated beyond 'a' .doubt, the 't, 3 ..'11 ,: 7 : ;:
'4t ,".;.. "' ,,- .. : Florida. and unanimous support with which they f', f" .. .. <
JIU-" fact that his large'atein wheel' .steamercan .
,-.r. have environed him. .. .' ::"
't- i
...ti.L.. : :E. B' WAGER, I '' the crooked '
., -- 'I. ..11. be successfully: run on New Life, : : """ "J.
;:l. .Bdltor,A. P abU"' r. :.The :Beirne-FJam,affair reflects mostdisparagingly upper river to Sanford, has resigned the ... ,;,' ';:I -ef"C"\\ "

,'5f"!t.,",fI DI.-, ." lUG, per Annum in advance. upon the American press, charge of the steamer as per previous' is given by using BROWN'SIRON '-t. r.'" .,..; ... .i .

H'f ::'A MUU U one,inch In apace ;,18 squues and should receive its- merited condemnation agreement, and goes in a day or two to BITTERS. In the .. \ 4., ,

*rt r: :its aeolnma.ab unaccompanied by the therefrom.I ; Tampa via Cedar Key, to eeleet'a route Winter it strengthens and ".'

!Freoefveaueauon., I What honor, glory or aatia action at for his steamer, the Flora, on the Gulf the in the : .
; n.tea enquire of the Editor warms system; ,
NowIs .
#f, itfiji_ _0-1111.three cent.tamp. taches to the, acts of two human beings side, where she will be rain in the interest Spring it enriches the blood ,: ,;.,
'' standing face to face ten or twenty feet of the Plant Investment Company's road
' SB PAPER may be found on file at and conquers disease; in the '
,-' "- LP.Bowell & Go's Newspaper AdverSi apart with deadly weapons, intent on when it reaches Tampa. Captain Smith's Summer it gives tone to the

** Bureau (10 Spruce Street) where shedding each other's blood, we fail to place on the Chattahoochee will be supplied nerves and digestive
'Srertising contracts be made for. it discover. organs;
may for
Whiteside a
by Captain George in the Fall it enables the

:hgw YOJOC This proceedure is simply a relic of long time a successful commander of system to stand the shockof the time to

;,. To STAB, is the OFFICIAL newspaper barbarism, calm, cool deliberate and premeditated steamers on the Chattahoochee River and I sudden changes.In .

: for:Brevard county. murder, nothing more-noth-- formerly commander of the steamer FlorIda I

: ,6,1tl Gl the Poll Office at Titutville ing less, and deserves the unqualified: while that steamer was owned by the no way can disease be

;' Seeond-Clau Matter.In condemnation of all refined civilization.It I Ocean Steamship Company. so surely prevented as by .

, ,- is immoral, unlawful, debasing, barbarous keeping the system in per-
1879 the Legislature of Flor- The Republican Party Mast Go. Subscribe
ungentlemanly, and he who participates fect condition. BROWN'SIRON
N. Y. Herald.
'. Idatinnd an Act defining the boundary therein,. if not physically, is We believe that the Star route verdict BITTERS ensures per-

fines between Volusia and Brevard countta morally a coward and a fool and shouldbe will leave a profound and lasting impression fect health through the

,Hon:W.;H. Sharpe' being State Sen'andHon. ostracised as a murderer which he is on the public mind. It ought to. changing seasons,it disarms .
J. Q. Stewart being Repre- to all intent and ,:
'ior purpose, and there is no The men declared "not guilty" are of no the danger from impure

untstive.de, rubbing put of the assertion. Gentle- consequence; but the result of this trial water and miasmatic air, For : "
aame Legislature, at or about the. men of the Press Frown it down! and it '
I will justly be held by all thoughtful citi- prevents Consumption .1
ipn* time, passed an act enabling thedtuensof The republican an zens-as proof- that it-is high time- to makea ,Kidney and Liver Disease -
the county to legally locate. party, exchangesays
; site which they accordingly' has ceased even to promise the colored change; that the "party of great moral &c. .
their county ideas" is no longer entitled to their confidence -
people of those benefitsit .
t'l'itnnil1e. any mighty n. S. Berlin of the
Esq. .
did I ,
and cannot be trusted with
. 'Upon the recommendation of our Leg- has so long promised and never procured well-known firm of H. S. The Florida Star.
the The verdict is to
people's ,
for them. money.
In the past it has demon-
Drew W. Berlin&Co. Le
Governor appointed
Uiton, ,Attorneys,
be but of the evidencesto
strated its capacity for and sure, one many
Sheriff A. A. Stewart promising Droit
F.'Bichards ; Building, Washington -
the same effect. The River and Har-
not fulfilling. Then it like the
Jerk of Court; A. J. Whitlock, County was D.c., writes, Dec. 5th,
bor the Robeson the impudent
young woman who replied to her aunt's jobs, navy jobs, -
: Stewart Assessor F. M. 1881
. JtdgeJ. Q ; :
refusal to make adequate reduc-
remonstrances against her continual
Platt Collector of Revenue; H. 8. Wil- en- Gmttmtn I take -oIt .
pleasure .,
without intent to fulfill tions of taxation, the corrupt determination : -: :"
lame; County Treasurer, and H. L. Parker gagements any ia stating that I have used
one by marriage: "Aunt, it is a very to compel needless and surplus taxes Brown's Iron Bitten for ma-
Tumblin A. H. Bell R. A.
J. X ,
; mean will neither promise nor out of the people's pockets, the pension laria and nervous troubles
person per
Birdee and P. E. Wager, County Com-
form." Now it has reached that last swindle, the unblushing alliance with all alenttrresults.ore, withBeware
All of these officers
miesioners. were ft
Brevard stage of meanness in which it will neither sorts of monopolies these prove that is the constant aim and intention of
Hntens of old, or unreorganized
the has outlived not
Republican party
who had been I promise nor perform. of imitations. the publisher to give to the readers of the
excepting P. E.Wager, a
.,.'. merely its usefulness, but its moral sense.
Volusia STAR of the most readable and new-
of one
indent of that'part county The Prussian Government is alarmed ,
so But it probably needed this result of the
whfch> f was 'now attached to Brevard t the continued tide of on having siest papers of the State.
; emigrationthat Star route trials to break the back of the it. Don't be imposed on
county. it is take the
proposed to ground public's attention. with
At the organization of the Board of that who intend to something recom-
persons emigratemust The Presidential campaign of 1884 will mended .
as "just as good"The
County Commissioners, which was done first prove that, in doing so, they be a battle between the people and the is made .- -

at the residence of Hon. J. Q. Stewart, will not violate any contract obligation, friends of monopoly and jobbery. the genuine Brown Chemical only Co. o .., ,: ,\ ,-
P..>:E. 'Wager was elected Chairman, public or private, express or implied, like ..e Baltimore Md. '

those that may be construed to exist toward Ship Canal Survey. ,
exion Times-Union,M Inst.
municipal and village communities, Mr. A. F. Hill,of the Ship Canal Sur-
2nd 1883.' families and employers. Under such a
started his leveling yesterdayfrom
vey corps
At the meeting for organization, the system as this it will be difficult to get the eastern end of the proposedroute. Twenty columns of Select-
Board found the County's Records and
- out of the country.. To-day he places in the field his Miscellaneous Reading,
finances in a' deplorable jumble of con- PIONEER COOPERAGE.Syrup .
c Why is it queries an exchange that third corps of surveys. To-morrow he -
fukm. One small look about ten inches \
starts for Cedar Key where he has en- Barrels $2.25.
the has ceased to even
qnjre and about three-fourths of an republican party ..
promise to protect American citizens at gaged a steam yacht for the purpose of to order ten cents extra. t.
inch thick was all that was then to be Gauged ': .. .t' .'
home and abroad? For the AmericanJew making a complete hydrographical survey -
found in which recorded Deeds Mort- and Oval Water .
Barrels .
was ,
the Honey -ASD_ '" l: *r ';
of all the available points on
American Irish-
in Russia for the
Age Records of the Board Marriage ,
Gulf coast. He informed us last night Breakers .
in Ireland for the Ger- ,
licenses, Marks and Brands of cattle, man England or "
Kill of Sale and other things we trot man or Austrian-German in Austria or that he expects General Stone to meet From : : 82.00 : : Up.

not of. Germany, for the Italian on a visit to his him here on Monday, the 16th inst.,by Tanksand

fatherland for all American citizens of which time the most important engineering
The first the columns State
step was to see countyproperly' NearlyTen ,
birth democratic questions connected with the canal all kinds of COOPER WORK to order.T.
foreign party prom-
offic d and the
proper bonds of r the bonded accordingly officers was ises what it has always, when it had the will probably be settled with'some degree JOIE SON, County, and Local News ,
I of definiteness.
then attended to so that they could obtain power, accorded, protection against any .'. LaGrange. : : Florida. i

.their commissions.The exercise of despotic or unjust power. The STATE NEWS.A 1i i 1 1PRESENTEDWEEKLT.

"' next!step'was to search out, collect republican party has seldom accordedthis Mr. Walton, near St. Augustine, recently W. 0. MOORE, 1J J

,compile and arrange whatever could and now it has.. .ceased.. to promise it. killed a bear which dressed 311 General Commission Merchant :
be loud of authentic Records, and lost The Unveiled Figure. pounds. 1

bat not least to arrive at some definite The recumbent figure of General Rob- Coons, 'possums and squirrels have ma- AND DEALER IX I

conclusion as to the amount of the outstanding ert E. Lee, a noble work of art by Valentine terially reduced the melon crop around .:

indebtedness of the county. was unveiled at Lexington, Virginia Daytona.Mr. Groceries and '. i

,This last was a Herculian task, as war- on the 28th of June, with imposing Daniel Houry, of Altoona, has an --o--.,,.":;i-'

runts had been issued, formally and informally ceremonies in the of a great r,
presence orange tree with a two year old bud that .. i,
,to what an extent no one knew multitude. General Wade Hampton has bloomed three times this spring. Family Supplies.. .',"..
or of the modes of thereat ;
arriving acted as Chief Marshal and General Geo.
The Tribune a log was offered -
says cypress
Accordingly the Board ordered the Stewart as Assistant Marshal,and among Titusville. : : Florida.
to the saw mill at Apalachicola and JOB PRINTING.JOB .
ontetanding i warrants to be recalled, and the distinguished persons present were November 10th 1880. tf 47FOR
I refused, because it was so large it could
either restamped or issued new and prop- \v. 'v. Corcoran, Ex-Governor Letcher, PRINTING.
not be handled on the mill carriage. INDIAN RIVER.HART .
raj registered for old and properly authenticated General "". H. F. Lee, General FitzhughLee .

outstanding warrants. Four Ex-Chancellor Bruce, of Louisville, Enterprise Herald: Scuppernong grapes & SMITH'SHockledge PRINTING.. :.
.and will be plentiful in Enterprise in.a. year: '.l',
an unlimited amount of pa- Mrs. "Stonewall" Jackson and daughter,

noiceliave been required for the accom- General Corse, General Lilly, Mrs. Gen- or two. Several families about town now Line. .' if' +

p1iahment of this. Prejudice, irregularities -,. eral Picket, Mrs. General J. E. B. Stew- have an abundance for home use. Dr. The Steamer, "ASTATULA," *. A .

informalities and, in some cases, ig- art, Hon. J. Randolph Tucker, and Hon.C. Cavin and Ora Carpenter have them now, Will leave Sanford and Enterprise, :. .

Mfcace have confronted the Board, R. Breckenridge, of Arkansas. The in their season, in large quantities. Dr. every Tuesday and Friday for Lake Poin-

which has met all these with a spirit oftoletmcret oration was delivered by Major John W. Cavin expects from forty to sixty sett Landing, connecting at Rockledgewith .
t of mild firmness until the Daniel, who was equal to the occasion,for steamers for Titusville and all pointson

fo ndal condition of the county is in a it is said, "there is but one verdict as to The planing mill of B. R. Pitt, of Pen- Indian River and Lake Worth. The

Victory condition and be and that is that it is entitledto sacola, was burned recently, supposed to
may the Astatula will call at Salt Lake for Titus- Our Job Office is well equipped for ex-
wwidered as standing on a cash basis as take its place among the masterpieces be the work of an incendiary. Loss, $10- ville on Tuesday's trip.RETURNING. ecuting all kinds of.

the old outstanding warrants will be more of American oratory." After the address 000; insurance, $4,300. The mill will be

than absorbed by the taxes of 1883. Father Rvan. recited his -poem, "The rebuilt at once. '\"illleave Lake Poinsett every Wednesday -

tte new six per cent warrants will be Sword of Lee," and the exercises closed The Pensacola Commercial advises Floridians and Saturday at 4 p. m. 'Prompt

a1Iorbed by the Sinking Fund and Interest with a salute fired by the Rockbridge everywhere to hold on to their close connections made with daily line
for Jacksonville and all
Tax as fast as they become due, so Artillery from the Confederate guns used cattle. It says that Texas cattle dealers North. Capt. Joe Smith points PLAIN& FANCY WORK,
"Rafter this year the taxes will have to in the first battle of Maiusass. For hours are trying to corner the market, and 3 tf Manager..UUUVALS .

'be paid in Greenbacks. after the memorial chamber was throngedwith Florida should not sell a single cow or

Meanwhile visitors.-Floridian. heifer for the next five years. She has A DEPARTURES OF MAILS. .
the county has erected a From Enterprise to Titnsvillc.
B dand > pasturage for all she can raise. Sell the Leave Enterprise Monday Wednesday and
substantial Court House and The icp factory at Orlando has been Friday at 3 a.m. .
lail,purchased steers and oxen; nothing else, or you destroy Arrive at Titnsvlllo Monday Wednesday COLOR &ORNAMENTAL WORK,
a large fire-proof safe and started, and is now furnishing an excel- the only means by which this undeveloped and Friday at 9 p. m.
?*hag i Leave Titusville Tuesday Thursday and
complete records which are bens ice.
lent quality industry of raising cattle can be Saturday at 5 a.m.
, > ept in first-class order. .The paint- the grounds of the Arrive at Enterprise Tuesday Thursdayand
A plant on .
b6 of the Century accomplished.The Saturday at 9 p.m.
House and encircling it
Brock House at Enterprise has shot up a From Daytona to Titusvlllc.
nth Brooksville Cretent gives the follow-
good and substantial fence remains feet high. I Leave Titasvillc. Mondays Wednesdays RULE & PAMPHLET WORK,
Jet to be done flower stalk forty ing remedy for preserving the covers of and Fridays at 5 a.m.
This the in-
we expect Arrive at Daytona Tuesdays, Tb1U'St1ays.and ,
*jing Board of County Commissioners The President has appointed Joseph H. books and other things from the ravagesof Saturdays at 0 p.m.

Durkee to be United States Marshal for roaches: Wet a cloth in a saturated solution Leave Daytona,Mondays,Wednesdays,and
2tke pride in doing. During the Fridays at J a. m.
font the Northern District of Florida. of boracic acid-be careful not to Arrive at Titusville, Tuesdays Thursday
years, in connection with the and Saturdays at 9 p.m.
lI&meaheretofore mentioned as County The Gainesville Bee says that SamuelA. get it too wet-and rub lightly over the From Titusrille to Eau Gallic. ETC., ETC.

Jfaoisrionera we give honorable men- Smoke, of the East Florida Seminary cover of the book or other article. This, I Leave Titusville Tuesday and Friday at

,:- >JJ of John H. Same, P. D. Wesson and Cadets, who received the appointment to when it dries, leaves a slight deposit that 5a.m.Arrive at Eau Collie Tuesday and Fridayat

:: *..B.Hardee. I, West Point from this Congressional Dis- effectually preserves anything upon whichit Leave 6 p.m.Eau Collie Wednesday and Saturday

: Te trict recently, has passed the examination may be placed from the attacks of at 6 a.m.Arrive. .
retiring Chairman takes this op- Titusville Wednesday and Saturday Florida.
i j JIOtunity to return his thanks to all of and been admitted to the school. roaches. at 7 p.m. Titusville, Indian River,

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: : '. ,' 1acUW long'taffeta gloves in from eight; Cases Which Make I the other. Cases of pairs jolt '

Her iit in the winter ,toamiDa. .HANDSOME DRESSES. .to ten,button .lengths :are.shown with I(I the Siamese Twins Appear I back of the head, at the bact: it/II,
-And the ere burn bnghtly between;\ KINDS.OF.. top I Iallthejneir Normal. conceivable ,
lJem l ,o>i inmquaotuetaire atylein every way r* '
r ,,- One. And hu the pauedeeyenty other just tcTenteen.tammen, The hanaomMt wine drewes are stylisli.hue the, season. I I|I "He is a very devil in royal skin," I t! without numler. The,do h ..

".' .... ':Dq.ftII&;"" ,-in" *.happy- -silence eitherslmoeLntltefipbf lace, Long. taffeta gloves! ,tovwear: ,, over the :was a remark made 'of ,Henry VIII child of Oxford,England,itttai et .t- .. :
., y;?*A:the hadowt deepen tad;. or else are a1J"0"'the new open-work embroideries dress sleeves in,fourteen-button lengtnare .when'he procured a divorce from Anne biderable attention. :Jt lived" itx

:*,b.M And live one in in a coming aIODC.lone future.putEach wife'F'f'barely; enough plain' imported in black,tan- olor, strawberry Boleyn, but the majority of'readers of I{ 'me. The peculiar featnr O-ifc'

dreams material" to"hold them 'together.- Our pink, strawberrpred,metalUcred: English history are unaware of the fact one head possessed a bright f ,
of a rash of music '
.' And a question whispered low: best dressmakers make'the basques, cut I and white. j i iI i that, although considered the most contented" countenance, and.the ..... .
< One will hear it this evening, from embroidery by the: yard,with the I I ,Lisle thread gloves are imported this beautiful woman of her day, she had dark, scowling and dejected 0U" .&

One' heard 'it long ago. ':< seamS cut,close-and"bu.t'; : :n boled'over ,,season in all,colors, with long ,,Jersey congenial deformities.' There were six also,had four arms. TheresCotth6was a

Xaeb Whose dreams brave of heart a loving is hers husband.alone; I on the Wrong side. iThe"erabroidery 'wrists in open lace pattern or with plain toes on each foot, and she had three natural. The deformity was Ark

For one the' joy is coming, edging the 1 basque is 'joined 'on in the I tops. These gloves are shown in mess< breasts in -a straight line across her ened Martha and Mary. ,r. "'
For one the joy has flown. same manner, and r great care is'taken greens, drab brownsgolden browns, chest, and with these deformities her other authority, tells of acme,ui which j

Each. Spent dreams under of the a life sunny of gladness tries; to match the' figures 'that' the effectis copper colors, strawberry red hues, royal spouse became disgusted sucha child had a natural body and lower et t-

And both the hope and the mem;ry.; '. given of a basque formed'of a_single tobacco browns, old buff tints, shrimp degree that he procured a divorce from tremities, but possessed seven lieu'

Shine in the happy eyes. piece of needlework. .The apron over- pink, electric blue and black, and are her. There are numerous cases of this seven arms, and lived al:out a seek;; ,i

Who knows whir .Iraam is the brightest dress is of the solid embroidery, and the sold in from six to eight buttons lengths deformity recorded. One, three, .four, ;J I odd story is told of the old surgeon
'And who knows .. .Jch is the best? ZnL
The sorrow and j<+y are mingled.But skirt 'is covered with flowers to match. Silk mitts will be again worn this sum-, five and even more breasts have been omtius,who had performed the opt!

only the end is the rest. Very elegant"dresses are'of'fine 'mull, mer in plain solid silk in black,and all'l k reported as belonging to one individual. of making an artificial nose for*

, 1: IL 1 or sheer n .Jnsook. almost,covered with the stylish new shades of the season. I These supernumeraries are sometimes The material used was procured nan.

",,' .' : *.. Oriental lace frills; and.with draperies I in a straight line with the normal ones- (I.: hog. The operation was success.A from

f"I'. ', ., For Our Better Halves. of Oriental lace net. Pompadour lace, again, under the arm or on the hips. j I born to him about one year alter had chad

- the new lace with wised flowers, is very Several cases where they were on the:unmistakable hog's nose, and IB
a short
Extended Notes But I important. .. beautiful for such dresses. Culls. I I I back and In one or two cases they are time after the old hog was killed, when

COTTON COSTUMES. Embroidered batistes, with'Irish point reported forming diamond and tri both the old man's nose and that
Nearly all the post-offices in Texasare of ]ha
The pompadour_ designs, so much I i, or guipure patterns in wide borders for in charge of females. It works so angular shapes. There is one case IeI I I j: child rotted away. This apocmja!
liked for foulards and sateens are draperies and basque and'deep flounces '
corded where the female had eight'breasts storyis told, no doubt, to
well that the males'now arrive and de- illustrate
extensively copied in the cheaper calicoes to match, are again imported and'find .' -four on each side. old superstition. There Is an
hour in the an odd
part day.
and which favor with ladies who'can' afford every cue
percales every year grow great
I Many of the numerous cases of deformity reported of a man in the prime of lift
. iprettier. Even the five cent calicoes them. The weather is so damp at Coney who
belief. There surprised the physician
are remarkable for beauty.and delicacyof Ribbons are nsed in profusion, both Island that they have begun to put cork reported surpass I I he consult.
i I was a monster at the Court of St.James, I I! ed by telling him he had never loea.
soles into their clam chowder.
i coloring!though'these are of course,' in many bows of narrow ribbon and
I who was 2H years of age at the time the sick, had never taken medicines'
\ limited in variety, and appear mostly broad sashes. The poet Street spoke of "the un I md
had called
observation taken. He out of
was was per curiosity because
in dots and specks, tiny flowers and The most fashionable of the white I winking eagle." This is nonsense..I!!I he
feet in every way but oue., He possessed felt a little out of sorts. ,This man '
I .broken limes. Eight cents gives a wider toilets worn this summer, instead of The eagle is always a wingking. I had
I[ two heads-one of which was a large cup-shaped piece of clothim
and better while the the usual colors of :
choice quality, relieved by
being Professor of Rhetoric.-"What important -
|I very smart and the other very stupid ; made of some solid substance, which he
r percale aud American sateen finished rose,color, ,blue, or, mauve, will be en- chang came over Burns in the \
; the stupid one kept him in so much troupe said he wore to protect a part that
prints which sell for twelve and a half livened by the newer shades of French wai
I latter part of his life? Senior-"He
{ that all his time was spent in allowing very tender. On examination :it
cents, are in all the charming floral terra-cotta, tea-rose, shrimp pink, and died." prow
) I hid.smart one to get him out of the tolwhisheait\vliichwas
.and window glass patterns first introduced the like, and a leading toliet will be one I I literally the
2 Sioux squaws do not wear striped scrapes his other head had caused. His outs.de of his body. He had protected
} > for sateens, and ,some also, of white nun's veiling or vigogne, with
stockings. Three streaks of green paint stupid head d.ed a short time after this it instinctively, and had caused him
imany;of them, with solid colors'for broad sash and other satin ribbon trimmings 1| I
are cooler and cheaper. report, and the whole man lived for teni no trouble. A case mentioned In
l combination suits.:: Polka dots and of pale primrose yellow, with \ I one
days after, until, the dead head had almost of the late medical work is that
I of
"'rings, shells and lozenges, Kate primroses in the corsage and hair, and At a church entertainment in California a
separated from the body by wood-chopper who met with
I' Greenway figures, animal's heads, necklace aad chatelaine of amber beans. rumpunch was smuggled in as an accident
decomposition.' Valentine and Home that laid
.all sorts ,of quaint and pretty designs One lovely sateen has tambourines cold tea. The desire for tea became open hisftomach. lie vise fed
f 9 relate the case of a. child in through this hole, the food being
abound, and ladies who like these decked with wheat .ears, poppies and great. simply
I Bengal who was the unlucky possessor placed in the stomach where the
I' .inexpensive cotton gowns may in- ribbon bows in bright coloring on a pale proce
Xo matter how
hard the
times'may of two heads. In this case of digestion could be watched
vd in them to extent. at ease.He
any blue ground. Nautilus shells, animals' I .
bP bees cell all the heads
always honey they the of
were placed one on top of the. was wonderful assistance to phj-
i Wrappers are once more favorite garments heads, stained glass'patterns covering *
make. other, and joined very closely together.They siology undoubtedly, and his
for home wear and tasteful, general
very the whole ground, balls, rings, and a
I cool, clean looking matinees are madeof host of other quaint and pretty fanciesare A man who ran against Time sustaineda were both perfect in formation. health did not seem to be impaired by
serious Sometimes one of the' heads would be this unnatuarl manner of
concussion. feedingThe
the with
cheap prints, tiny spots or seen. In buying a suit of sateen or ,
dots' white ground. A asleep and the ocher awake. If the hair half-crazy quarryman,who,had a crowbar
tlarger polka on a foulard, it is well to purchase two or good place formatch-makers-The.
Xadies who to loose School of ene head were pulled, the other head driven through his bead recovered
: object, wrappers, three yards extra for a parasol to of Design. ,
would cry; if one mouth were fed the and became a Justice of
and young ladies who do not wear them, match. These will be made to order by the Peace.
I It is proposed to send an amateur other mouth would water and, show One of the most wonderful
make instead these authenticated
simple morning
dealer in parasols and the handle I
any brass band to Montana to make the
dresses with a short round skirt,*with may be selected to choice, or an old Indians West. evident signs of satiation. The monstrosity cases of artificial deformity is that of
flounce two go lived for four years, and wasin a Frenchman, who had the entire skulls
a single deep or narrow parasol frame, if one be x>u hand, can
ones, and a long half-fitting sacqueedged be used, thus lessening the cost con I Terry's key-note-Do. The Cen the best of health at the time of it cap, removed for some disease of the

with a ruffle and worn with or siderably. tennial key note-See. .The Stewart death, which was caused by the bite of brain. He recovered and,adopted the

without belt. The fancy for ginghams Exceedingly x pretty sateens are in heirs' key-note-aouL The key-note of a viper. Winston tells of an Italian profession of a beggar. His stock in

Is an established one, and plaids, stripes solid color, pale blue, pink, cream, etc., Sol-Ray. child 8 years of age who carried a little trade was allowing givers to produce

and checks are all shown. Gay Madras embroidered in openwork designs of Said Mr. Tapley, of Danbury, feeling head under.its right am, which little physiological experiments by prate

plaids are more popular than last season, white needle work. These make lovely softly of his nose. "I don't want head peeped out, giving one the im on his brain. The fee was deposited in

still many ladies prefer small checks dresses for afternoon wear at wateringp1acee. to be too hopeful or sanguine, but I pression that the body of the little head his cup-which cup was.the,top of his

and plaids In less brilliant color believe I'm going to have a boil"A was buried in the somewhat larger bodyof own skull.
ings. ,its bearer. The little head was .
THE FAVORITE GLOVES. newsboy says. of the new star- christened Mathew and the larger one f Health Hints.

PRETTY ZEPHYR oix GHAMS. There has never been a time when fash- spangled handkerchiefs: "If any man was christened James. If little -

Very pretty zephyr ginghams come ionable people were so independent in the aims a blow at the American flag, spot Matthew's ear was pinched James

in robes with plain material for the matter of gloves as now. Some leaders him on the snoot. roared, but at all times little Matthewwas When one has'had a fever and the

overdress and stripes for the skirt. fashion wear gloves inmousquetaire When Sitting Bull declined to go on under the impression that he was hair is falling off, take a teacup of sage,

These are put up in boxes, and are ac- style of twenty-button length, while the reservation, it was probably be- in reality the only protection that steep it in a quart of water, strain it
companied by a plate to show the man- others use four-buttoned gloves'andstill cause he had a mental reservation of his James ,had. The last report of this a tight bottle. Sponge the

nxer of making. Polanaises are much others leave their soft, white: care- own to resort to. double boy says he was in perfect head with this tea frequently, wetting
the roots of the hair.
worn for such suits, still many ginghams fully-kept hands bare for opera, ball or There is a Chicago girl who, if she health.A .

are made up in what may well be reception. Four-button length glovesare thinks she is geing to be beaten in a story is told of a Moor in Tunis, 30 An attack of, indigestion' caused by

called the standard style for wash dresses usually worn with tailor-made costumes game of croquet, will always fall downin years of age, whose head was so large eating :nuts, will be immediately .re-.

:viz., a short round skirt with one, two f(i and jersey jackets, still many a fit over the last hoop. that a crowd always followed him on lieved and cured by the simple remedy, '

or three flounces at the foot, a long, 1 ladies prefer for street wear mousque-' The Virginia peanut it is said the street. His mouth was so capacious salt. Medical men recommend that

round overskirt draped, by means of I taire gloves worn over the tight jerseM has rotted on the vines. crop, that he could place a muskmelon in it salt should be used with nuts, especially

,tapes run in casings into a short or cloth sleeves. Mousquetaires for the aa easily as the small boy of to-day when eaten at night.

,led apron in front, and fIlling wriuk-I:. treet are generally chosen in from six the The Duke German of Saxe journals announce brother that could a cherry. lIe was four feet four CURE FOR IVY POISO .-Hall'8Journal
.soft puffs at the back. The bodice for eight-button lengths. Pale, shadowy of the late Prince Consort of, inches in height, and the distance from nf Health says: "Bathe the

:the dress may be either a round, full shades of gray, French grays and slate has England his'chin to the top of his head was parts affected with spirits of nitre. If
written a of the
waist with a belt, a pleated blouse, or, colors in all shades, from a blue slate- 1848 and 1840 which will be years twenty-three inches-over one-tnird his the blisters aie broken so that the nitre

what is the favorite style, a basque color to a dark Russia gray, are in demand 800)1. published height. Beuventl saw a lad well proportioned be allowed to penetrate the cuticle,

with coat-tail, the sides sloped on the I this season with ladies of refined as to his head. At the age of more than a single application is rarely

hips and pointed,front. The tastes for I taste. Yellow shades in gloves continue I Last year over 253,000 pounds of ostrich 1 the head began to grow rapidly, so necessary, and even where it is only

crinilated edges, i. e., edges cut into I to be popular, and are shown in the feathers were sent to England that when he was 27 years old his face applied to the surface of the skin three
tabs I favorite Fedora yellow tint or crude from Canitoun, the value of the feathers
or points, reaches to ginghams, and his head were fifteen inches long or four times a day there is rarely
gold color, in red mandarin hues being ,400,000. It is said that the tc-
some very effective dresses haveJeieej orange and thirty-eight incnes in circum- trace of the poison left next.morning."
basques with the edges cut out and and hi all shades of dead-leaf yellow, I tal is seven-fold what the total was ten ference. The number of double children -

bound with solid colored ginghams, shading into dark. Autumn brown I years ago presenting far more astonishing Dr. Recklam considers tiat btaiacle

while overskirts and flounces are finish I shades in gloves are shown in a variety Mme. Johanna Wagner,,a niece of features than the well-known Suuae and other consequences of sleeping :'a

ed to match. ,One of the laws of fa.oh-I I of stylish neutral tints, which may be the great composer, has been appointed twins is large. Button relates the rooms containing flowers do not arise

ion is that the lower skirt must be trim- elegantly worn with any costume or Professor of singing at the Munich history of two girls who were joined at' from any special properties: of the

imed to match the overskirt-it is no color. Conservatoire. This is the first time their abdomens.At flowers themselves, but are due to

i longer in good taste to.put lace er em- Terra-cotta in dark and medium such a professorship has been grantedin G the little straining of the nerves of smell in the

:broidery on the overskirts aud plain, shades is a very fashionable color for Germany to a lady. became years paralyzed. The blonde, Helena, presence of perfumes for an unwonted

.flounces on the under; the latter must gloves, and may be worn with almost Judith then taller brunette, length of time. The effect is analageus
carried her
i I' ,-also be edged with the trimming. The any color. Following the fancy for sixteen around for to that produced upon the eyes by an

i dress should, however, always have a black stockings, black gloves are worn When a Louisville girl comes to the measles years.in They had small-pox and unusual exposure to light or on the

: narrow ruffle with plainly hemmed edge w th light dresses, and are in good conclusion to have nothing to do with they had common. Other diseases ears by long continued sounds.M. .

form on all occasions. It is always in her beau, she figures the amount he independently of each other. .
set at the foot under the flounce, in order i I up At 22 Helena died of fever Regnard a French savant, has
good taste to have and his expended her for'ice ,and Juditha
to protect the lace or embroidery stockings gloves on cream and few minutes alter. A been lately trying the effect of "Mood
,thereon. to match for evening toilets where the candy and buggy riding, and sends hima post-mortem ex- diet" which
amination revealed the fact on lambs. Three lambs,
White namsooks and Victoria lawns low shoe shows the hose, and the dress certified check for the sum total. could not have that they for some unexplained cause bad been
,are of kinds from the front if slightly short. .. Judith,
many plainly who was a very beautiful girl had abandoned by their mothers, were fed
made dress with tucks for the sole trim- THE MOUWJUETAIRE GLOVES. lover when a on "powdered blood" with the most
A loamy soil, with a loose gravelly she was 18, who tried for a
ming te the elaborate robes made almost Letters long time to gratifying results. The lambs increased
-' from Paris say that mousque- sub-soil through which the sur- persuade her to marry him
entirely of embroidery, or trim- taire gloves are going out of fashion for plus water easily drains away, in spite of the load she was doomed to in size in the most marvelous fashion

med with Oriental, Russian, or Medicis full dress ;here, however, they continue may be deeply plowed with good carry through life. "Eveiy lassie has and attained unusual proportions for

lace by the piece. I I I all the rage. Very good pig-skin mous- effect, or at any rate without the injurious I her laddie,"but there Is no mention of a their age. The coats of wool also le'

JEsthetic costumes, with round shirred quetaires are sold in quite a number of results which follow the prac- lover for poor Helena. came double in thickness Encouraged "

waists, full puffed sleeves and plain colors for fifty celts a pair fir six-but tice of the'deep plowing stiff clayey Munster tells of two girls attached by his success with the lambs, M. & -

round skirt, formed of a single deep ton lengths, and are consequently in soil I forehead. At the at the nard is now feeding some calves on
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"f.TiJj"Pm OD. OF, INcUBATION, .OE'ftieias.Dr. started its tb jiliiW''i\little I think* inhabited. I should
..:; They will ion eat enoughto It ; was a'strange scene.' passionate; they are :
m 'We E. Green to the ,assist very materially in their broohL; Shaded by the beautiful ferns, high-tempered buy had spoken/,heat like t6 visit some of them, but you
":t'\ fs T-.BrftJl&,:;: JoumApri17,18S3',ootrnbsi growth. which"drooped*' so 'lovingly over"it, 'it hear would not catch' me living in Venus. '

i< flni'the: | statements of Mr. Vacherj: We want no better sign :of .a;'good rested'content/and never dreamedot of unfeeling temper,,words insolent, jtwas, angry painful words.to They, Eight seasons I Just.think how: oftenwe
ngmany: illustrations to:.prove farmer than manure 'wide world. What would have "outfits to
9 ti that he prizes going out into the were said to his father.; man who, in to have new ..
\}>N, .>r.ibit the period of incubation- in measles. ,., and believes in returning to, the soil more could. it wish ?, ..The blue, sky;has earlier days,would have responded with keep up with the'styles. _

P. !it'fquiteeli' days.. 'P something like an equivalent for what overheard the wild flowers grew upon a'blow. His hair was;,white..now, and '." What r you are not going? I.am

J l: .,. $1oonEB IN,TYPHOID FEVER.-Becently Is removed., The,secret ot good farm its banks,''the buds'sang sweetly' to it. hisblood .had cooed somewhat. ,lIe so sorry, but I suppose you are tired. I

$:: :' }Dr., Guillassee, of the: French ing lies in making.the land produce the Surely, 18 ,prettier home could nowherebe looked at his son sadly."I am. It always makes me most sick to
f?; :Jfovy has given coffee in the stage of beat possible results. Withou tdeteriora- found. So thought our little brook, had rather have given athousand, study 'a whole evening like this. I

&'.: .:;typhoid' fever with, kedsucCess..i tion. t f as it bubbled out its shallow content. dollars than to,;'see you; give: way to think sister ought' to give'us'a picture.

o : \'Three teaspoonfuls, were: given adults Sets, as well as lame onions----- should____ One bright summer day,there came a your temper like this." And they go to school next morningand

p| .: '.'j :every two hours, alternating with one or be kept as dry and cool as possible little lark to bathe in the ,clear water, 'You..re one'to say that I"' 'the boy tell the other girls how awfully

$' .u two teaspoonfuls of claret Burgundy without being actually materially and as he bathed he sang. He sang a cried, passionately, all his lifelong fear hard they have studied.-Befit'McDonald

;.V : :-;", vine. A beneficial result was immedi- hurt by frost, provided they are not wonderful Bong of the great world. He_ of his father, swept away by his 'anger. in 'Chicago 7h une.I .

ja" atdy apparent handled while frozen If. spread on a sang of the cities, filled with busy life; And then the'boy stopped, half expecting Loco"'ottve

{?,..', ;.' ,NATURE OF DISEASES OF THEft tight barn floor and covered thickly with the streets;' where'the' ,; hum_ of many some punishment. .He was not I Slipping -. Wheels.

! ..1JE.ART.e Medical Times and GdJr chaff or cut.straw they will keep well voices and the tread'of'maRY feet were prepared for hip\ father's reply : In connection with the prevention of

; : ,.:,#8mys oe >-M, Martin, in an elaborate till spring. heard. 'He' sang of ship, with tall "I am the very one to say it," the the dangerous tendency in locomotive
;/, ,. _paper on. the_ : path eny of heart. dis-' I ,It is not good policy? to let work : masts and creaking cordage, sailingover old man answered. ."If I had not suf- wheels to slip, M: Poisot' recently com-

r:;; "easepj'in..a, recent" issue of, the Riruerf horses get thin. It costs more to put the ocean.. lie sang of the country, fered so much from my own temper I municated to, the Societe I'Industrio

,"ae 1)edeeine, divides all heart af- on flesh than it does to keep it. Flesh with its peace and quiet, and its fieldsof should not be so anxious to spare you )[inerale:Saint-Etienne. some valuable -

,: "* ,:.fections: into two groups, those,of val- that becomes hardened by exercise will yellow grain, which swayed gently to similar pain. Do you think I like to'' results gained in the Mazenay
'' resemble be kept up with less food, under the and fro in the wind. He of the '
; vela 'originThese groups sang know that my own son has always been Mines; where, no more,fuel is now. employed -
:' tack other'in that each has an acute and same work than it took to put it on. great rivers, in their wide, deep chan- afraid of me ; that tl 'am dreaded and for 'haUling .out one hundred

,'; .' a chronic stage, the latter being almost From fifteen to thirty pounds of food nels, bearing upon their calm bosoms not welcome my home ; that my old tons than was employed for eighty for-

:always a consequence'of the former ; in will about supply the daily consumptionof the commerce of a nation. Then shak- age will be embittered because I have merly., It appears that the ventilation

.:.hots-groups, too, the original, lesion- horses, large or small. I ing tbe drops from -off his wings, he I been an unlovely, though not an ui- effected by diffusion, and that thereis

', ;;*: whether it has a chief valvular focus;or The practice of ,growing sweet corn mounted up until his form was lost to loving pan constantly in the rolling-way a toler-

-':wbetheritdependsupon a ,number ofminute for fodder is greatly on tbe increase in view, and only a faint refrain of his I ."If I had been gentle and patient and ably thick smoke 'which, with condensed -

: vascular'foci-may t be the start this country. It makes far better feed song came floating down. That, too, self controlled, I should have been steam from 'the engine and the .

of a two-fold inflammatory than the field sorts, from the fact that soon died away, and the little brook was instead
} of
and beloved
; ing-point happy unhappy dampness of the workings, ,causes the
;' process, partly intestinal. The former. it'is very sweet and nutritious, and cattle again alone. But a mighty impulsewas and avoided. Do you think I want you rails to be slippery. The consequence

'is always compensatory. As regards will eat every part of it with great stirring down in its heart, which what and I
;: ", : process to sow I have sown, reap as is that every time they tried to ascend
the latter, whether the process has relish. Sow thickly in drills two and a should one day bring forth powerful. I have reaped ?" the gradient 'of one in sixty-six with a

; ,commenced hi:"one of the valves and half feet apart, using two and a halt results. The little brook was going to Things could never be the same between full train they could only get up half of

'spread thence:to the muscular wall of bushels of seed to the acre ; or it can be seek its fortune. It would not waste that father and son, as if all their it without the wheels beginning toskin

..' fire:beartrwhetber: it has commenced sown broadcast and cultivated in. any more time in idle dreaming: ; the life together had been one of kindness I and during the rest of the'ride so !

as a pariarterial ion, is a matter: of BITING HOUSES.-Horses have been world was before it; up from tire world and. justice and self-restraint on the much difficulty was experienced and so

little moment, for the ultimate result is successfully cured of this vice by puttinga came faintly an alluring voice. "1 father's side, and loving obedience on much pressure lost that they were

.the.same, viz., diminution of the power piece of hard wood an inch and a half must go," said the little brook. the son's; but that mutual acknowl- obliged to stop to make Strom. This .

., of the. heart, and finally asystolism. square in the animal's mouth,about the "Ah, stay 1" murmured the green edgment of the truth brought them caused great consumption. fuel, ex-

.Bat,granting that no hard and fast line same length as an ordinary snaffle bit. ferns. "Your mountain home is bright nearer together than they had ever bet n I cessive wear of the working parts of

can be'drawn between the two groups, It may be fastened by a thong of and fair." brought before. the 'engine and a rapid destruction of

or even that. ultimately it should be leather passed through two holes in the "Yes, but my visions of the world are ., I the rails. It so happened that a monthor

shown that all lesions of the heart have ends of the wood, and secured to the brighter yet." How Girls Study.Did two ago the joint of one of the'cylinder -

,. their. origin in some vascular change: bridle. It must be used in addition to "Ah, do not go I" said" the wild cocks leaked, and the jet of steam

atil H. Martin thinks that his proposed the bit, but in no way to impede the flowers. "We are sweet." you" ever see two girls fet together escaping from it was directed on to the

.classification might be retained' with working of the bit. Itarey adopted this "Yes, but sweeter flowers will to study of an evening ? I have, rail, when the engine took the gradient

,advantage, as corresponding with unquestionable plan, with the zebra in the zoo, which I greet me if I flow in the path of and it generally goes like.this : without once slipping. For two days

differences in the etiologyand was a terrible brute at biting. Mr. I duty." "In 1673 Marquette discovered the they worked without repairing it, and

r. mode of evolution of these changes. Rareysucceededhoweverin taming and "The world is too wide and busy," Mississippi. In 1673 Marquette dis- the locomotive drew all the trains with-
him sang the birds. "If you out into the What did you say Ide? You had ever
ATROPIXE FOR EARACHE.-The training him to harness, and drove go out the slightest stoppage., :In conSe-
through the streets of London. Animals world you must work as the world so much rather see the hair coiled than
this altered
Boston Journal of Chemistry says that quence of ,experience they
with this vice should be treated kindlyin works. Stay, and we will sing you rest- braided ? Yes, so had I. It's fO much
,Dr A. D. Williams recommends its the cylinder cocks so as to make, them j
rise as follows :-The solution is to be the stable, and not abused with pitch- ful, lulling songs." more st)lish,and then it looks classical, discharge ilrectlyyon to the rails, and
fork handles whips etc. an apple "I must work as the world works. too; but how do you like-O, hear I I '.
/.simply dropped into the painful ear,and when they got to gradient the
of beet anda Too long have I rested while my work can never learn this lesson I
crust of bread a piece etc.
.showed to remain there from ten to fifteen cocks were slightly opened, so that
watchful hand and waited" said the brook.So "In 1803 Lafayette discovered the
kind but tirm
pat ascended without This
minutes. Then it is made to run ,.. they 'difficulty. j
with- the- use of- the above- woodenbit it bade the old friends a tearful Wisconsin. In 1863 Lafayette discovered modifica-.
of steam is
gout by turning the head over then being eye, new use a simpler
"wiped with a dry rag. The, solution will cure the most inveterate biter. good-bye, and sped ,away down the tbe-well I what's. the matter,with lion of the old idea of washing the rails'

be warmed to prevent shock. From The fact that he cannot shut his mouthor mountain. Rippling over mossy stones, with me, anyhow 1 In sixteen seventy- with a jet of water., .
mss under ferns and brakes it went discovered the Missis .
grip anything soon dawns upon him, leaning three Marquette i ,
tll.Iwto five drops should be used at a '
time. ,The of the solution and then he is conquered.-Toronto its way. It lingered still in the woods, sippi. I don't care if he did. I sup- Scraps.,
strength Globe. no longer the tiny rill it first had been, pose the Mississippi.would have, gotten -
muSt vary according to the age of the The Whitehall lints asks : "If Necessity
but, swelled by the rains, a little along just as well if Marquette had ;
-child. Under three years one grain to SUITABLE MANUBES.-All vegeta- is the mother of invention will
And Now here Ide ,
stream. gay pleasure-seekers never looked at it. ,see 1
the and ten four' bles that are grown for their leaves or
ounce over years sharp paragraphist please informus
came and encamped on its banks, and ir there anything about my,looks that
grains to the ounce of water.. In stems require an abundance of nitrogenous i who the father is ?" Why, the hus-
wove themselves garlands from the flow would give you to understand that I !
.adults almost any strength may be used. manures, and it is useless to attempt band of Mrs. Necessity, of course.Isnt .
ers and ferns that grew there, or drank I know when Columbus founded Jamestown -
.All will bear solution in vegetable gardening without it. To this
,ages a stronger this a-parent enough?
of its cool waters. A little child could I and how George Washington
the in The class belong cabbage,lettuce, etc. The "
than the
"Circumstances alter
ear. said
eye. cases a
step across it in those days. Still on it won the battle of Shiloh? Of course
..-shouldbe, repeated as often as may be other class, which is grown principallyfor wandered, making music from the there isn't. History's horrible study lawyer to his client after losing his ,
.necessary.' Usually a few applicationswill its seeds or pods, as beans, peas,etc., fourth lawsuit. Cases alter circum- .
roughest stone, its channel growing anyhow. No use neither. Now,French
stop the pain. In acute suppurative does not require much manure of this 'I stances savagely replied the client. :
wider each day, till it came to the coun- is much nicer. I can introduce French
.Inflammation of the middle earand acute character; in fact, the plants are injured "By management of cases
your my my
try the little bird had sung about. phrases very often and one must know
inflammation of the external meatus by it. It causes too great a circumstances have been ruln- ,
There it loved to stay, winding in and I have studied the language. What is
.atropine will only slightly palliate the growth of stem and leaf, and the earliness ed."
out among the fields. It was the lesson for to-morrow ? 0, yes; conjugation -
_, :suftering, but in the recurring nocturnal -a great aim in vegetable growingis spanned by bridges now, and the little of parler. Let's see ; how An English paper exultingly.exclaims .

earaches of children it is practically injuriously affected. Mineral ma- village boys sat there and fished while does it commencH? Fe parle, tu parle that the Turks appear to know how to

-a specific nures, as wood ashes, bcnedust For, etc., the younger ones made mud pies upon 11, par-il pa-il-well, il then I make capital use of their improved
for them.
& are much better vege- the banks, or sailed their little w oden Conjugations don't amount to any- arms. Recent events induce the belief

Agricultural. tables requiring rich stable manure it is boats, and fond lovers came at twilightto thing. I know some phrases that are that they know how to use their legs,
well rotted and .
best that they have it .
FARM AND GARDEN N oTEs.Clo'"erJ1a decayed. Nothing has yet been foundso pluck the blue forget-me-nots. This appropriate here and there and in most too.

.,is.good for hogs, and the hogs well fitted for the purpose as old was pleasant, ah, very pleasant, and yetit every locality ; and how's anybody going The newest collar is called "Safety."
11ib it. could not linger there. It had worktn to know but what I have the conjugations I is so named from the fact that i
hotbed dung though to the smell no .
Choose for hatching the largest trace of "ammonia", remains in it.- do--. So it-- hastened. on.--, and--- other-_.--- all by- heart ? I high... enough... for__ a_ man__ who p__ wears_ __ one

:and best shaped eggs from the beet Gardcrur's Monthly. streams flowed into it, and* it grew "Have 1 got my geometry ? No, I'm to crawl un behind it and hide when

hyers. strong and deep. At last it reached a just going to study it. Thirty-ninth, is his wife steps to the office to inquire

Do not kill the moles. They do not eatstrawberry mill. There stood the great wheel, it not ? whether be mailed her letter

plants but white grubs, and Japanese-Vegetables. waiting for the force that was to moveit "Let the triangle ABC, triangleA At the French Assemble 7.15 P. M. :

are roost numerous where the latter are Among the plants utilized by the and the little brook, that once A B- Ide, have you read about Speaker (aside to member) : "For

'Mound. Japanese are several of the lily tribe. could scarcely have turned a child's the Jersey Lilly and Freidie ? I thinkit heaven's sake finish your speech I I

An Ohio farmer names the mammoth The bulbs of Lilium caUosvrn are eaten plaything, now laughed r in glee as it is too utterly utter, and Freddie is give a dinner-party to-night." Member
whirled the wheel around and I'm completely crushed aside to "I know it. An-
'pearl as the potato to take the place of roasted, boiled and preserveil, while'a merrily simply gorgeous. ( Speaker):
dashed in clouds of against it. on him- other time you'll invite "
the peachblow,against which charges of white farina is also derived from them.A spray
, That was its last dance. It must move Oh theorem I
'deterioration are madeT. similar farina is also derived from I A printer's devil propounds the fol-

B.-Terry, of Ohio, says his straw the.bulbsof Engthronium grandi forum, a calmly on now, for it had become a I Let the triangle ABC' be right- lowing: "What is the difference be-
to dog'stoothviolet mighty river. On its proud bosom the.I angled at B. On the side B C, erect tween a thirty-dollar-a-week position at
worth $8 a ton to him for feeding purposes near relative of our own
and 16 for bedding, he grows large (which has nothing of the violet great ships sailed, and cities were built" the square A, I. On the side-did I the 'case' and the chief of the Sioux?"

oops of wheat "a"nd never sells any but the name). This latter farina is upon its banks. Still' on it flowed, in ,tell you Sister Carracciola gave me a Ans.: "One is a bully ,set,' and tha
straw. called Katakwi. The dried flowers of slow majestic sweep, till it reached the new piece to-day, a sonata? It is really other is a Sitting Bull."
boundless ocean. And into that it intense. The tones fairly stir my soul.I .
Too much clover hay fed to horses i IfanerotaUb graminea are also used by When,a woman comes to the door
poured its wealth of water. "Useless ? am never going to take anything but I
to dish of
Injurious; they will eat so much the Japanese and are favorite and calls after her husband, Hen-
Lost ?" Nay, little brook. You have sonatas after this. I got another new
'. -of it that that they cannot travel fast the Chinese. R-E-E"-finishing the last syllable in
the world and still fulfill too. Its name is Etudes. Isn'tit
-.. T seen you your piece,
{ without injury. It should always be capital letters-you may know that
mission. funny ? I asked Tom this noon I
'- wen sprinkled with water before feed- A California paper states that, a yearor she is not in a capital humor.
.. -,1,,. post that bad I what it means, and he says it is Greek
since a gate
g. more An exchange remarks that "some
', with so-called zinc white, Mrs. Sarah Ray washerwoman of for nothing. It is quite apropos, for
Dr. Sturtevant : Our results been painted a people are wholly unable to appreciate
is in it-the
there really nothing
have thus far given quite conclusive was noticed to appear black all day, Leadville, and the first female who and same delicate irony." We have observedthis

evidence in in the twilight, and white duringthe dared to set foot in the place, has thing over over. ourselves particularly,in the case
favor of the terminal portion gray ,
Where was I ? 0 side A C
investigation of this yes, ,
7 On an amassed a fortune of $1,000,000 by investing -
of the night. of washerwomen and shirt bosoms.
potato tuber, so far as re- the A E. Draw the linecome
of the paint,the cause her in shares. square
: ,fards. singular property earnings mining
certainty of growth, early let's at It's Proffeied Service :. Costermonger (to
.' exist in a new metal, no, go our astronomy. on
:; .. .routing, healthy vegetation and was shown to actinum on Are the planets inhabited ? swell who has asked his way) : "Well
L named ,
. t .... : \'Jgor., which has of its been peculiar actinic effects.It Chicago glove merchants employ lady I "Now, Jdp, I think they are, and I can't exactly direct yon, governor; but

r As' soon as the lamb gets large account found in zinc ores and resembles clerks with big bauds. It flatten the have thought about it a great deal. 1 I if you'll jump into my barrer I'll drive
is to be "
i fcougb, it should be encouraged totat customers. bonged my hair last night. I wanted a you there.
; food for itself. For this purpose a zinc.




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CeIItdlry4ltta11dE.J t1 fab rWCk1yappearance Lard Office at Gainesville, Fla"NOTICE .\

sit :thpgiand ,of.f home y inRorida CASHCASHCASH! Is hereby given April that]6,1883 the' foL

" Hm'eTerwdwme, ,!iator., It has lowing-named settler has filed notice atrr

kept>> Psee with the ..requirements. of ad I intention to make final proof in inn..
and each succeedingyesi port of his claim and that said proof
TaQOedIonralism, wffl
., *, f c RIORJ WHEREP i be made before A. A. Stewart Clerk It<

liis witnessed marked improvementa ..... W. tb..atlra is three tmotatba.. .. t t.-l i I Titusville. Fla.. on Monday May 28, 1883
today.It weeklies .b4wID asp1.0.1R1 blood a tt .tem Asst' 1Pa' viz: Berrian Nail of i ><
rub.wUh.tbebeIt Titusville
and ..... *. nIt n4 to Mood ; Fla'
Ma wa. will tftfe 1 FOIwMh-Blcht from 1 to 19 ;maJ' I Homestead No. .
< AT THE Entry 8090 for
published in this'country.! This mamI fcMlikIf sacb.ttlVbp *|U*., Tor cartagltoMto Complaints thos*Pffls lain DO' tbe1f
1-4 of S E 1--1 section 31. and N WJ
1.2 :
moth sheet contains 8,pegqI of readingmitten pal. PhTskUaa tlsa ttma la their practice.. Bold mrvbo*.or vat by mall fortS 1-4 and SW 1-l of S 1Vl of a :
;; a1l';the of theweeky eto.to ....... si... lire pMphlet. I.g.JOHNSON CO. BOSTOX, MASS. I 21 south. iectla Qj
comprising .,news. RS township range east -
telegraphic dispatches,State news, CROUP, ASTHMA BRONCHITIS. HIA QUAaT, He names the following witnesses: to'
'8 ANODYNE t+a' his continuous residence
agricultural. items, origiDallBriab, etc., DIPHTHERIA t.nvIj IHbrS u s..brfal.disrsn, pa b prove cultivation of 8:11111and. viz Moses upon and
InJbtnuuioa thai will 3let
cm Bin sots out of Ufc have :
In addition to a$first-class- newspaper at a any lires MM ftw by .*!!. Voat otto a Dement. STORE ger, E.P. Wilber. I:. WatsonA. R?
: 1 rmwdaa'to tutttt thaa eaa.. Rose all ofTitnsville. Fla. X
moderate price} the publisher offers to
: '
.j '
each subscriber of of JOHNSON'S ANODYNE: LINIMENT".,. fl; 52 I.. A. Bar F.s,
yearly copy, any
, : .
t / xanld.l.asam4Sa'a *,nkeahlA.twrJr..t.CMoaleHoarweett.akuaaa lawbooplnaQoefp Register United States Land Office
the' published ,novels, of; the Homing ie.mtit,m.CbraokiTbUirhaa, PJ-teryCIIoIa'aJlorlla.JUdDeJ lto.ro.wMei1 GI&.be TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. -
8014 8IDdkJMlPllldIOL 8.JOBDOII.oa, XOTICE. -
;: News Library free. Subscription two

dollars a year, in advance. Address J. H. Bon n b a and wiD-biowii ditto Powder fact that.:r'mot'U** :, Land Office, Gainesville, Fla.
LAY' .. }
: that 8bert4aa'S \pl'l119, 1883.
'G oontnrjhfwortfcbtt
Estill, ..
; + ab. weir aDd o NOTICE is hereby given that the fol.
vilubta. NottUAron earth
ray wffl mars bps lay like 8beridmn Ooadltkm Fowder. DOM DM tMuioonftil to MCO pint lowing-named settler has filed notice of
MISCELLANEOUS. feed. loW raiTwittn,or tnt bl Ufor.CIao III sump L 8, JOHMOI*co..Bonos..... : his intention to make final proof In sun..

i port of his claim, and that said proof win
I be made before A. A. Stewart, Clerk dr.
WALTON, \\THANN & CO., The Oldest and Most Reliable Place of I cult'court at Titusville Fla., on Saturday

June 2, 1883. viz,: Andrew J. Carter,of
LaGrange, Fla.. Homestead Entry No.
,, PLOW. BFIAWP BUSINESSon 9,987 for the N i of S W i and lot No.4,
Home Lom..tlr.ff mteee of section 32
? township 20 south, range
I> Coming 33 east.
Home At Last.
I Orange Tree and Vegetable Manure. Indian River He names the following witnesses
John Howard Payne,author of the immoral Dealing in prove his continuous residence to
upon and
"Home, Sweet Home, was a i
( cultivation of said land viz
: Wm.
without home who often bad
wanderer a ,
j not a roof over his bead. .and who died PREPARED EXPRESSLY for the use of the fruit etable growers ofFlorida. A. J. Pace Rufus Herndou and Richard
Car away from native land and friends. It will produce a heavy but sound and healthy grown on growing trees, General Merchandise e Herndon, all of LaGrange Fla.
His remains have been transported from and will supply bearing trees with the food needed for heavy crops of fruit. 62 L. A. BARNES.

Tunis to'Oak Hill Cemetery,Washington IT WILL GIVE nursery stock and, vegetables a luxuriant growth and in thelatter Register United States Land Office.

D. C., where they will rest until the last tends to give good size and quality and early maturity. but strictly first-class goods are NOTICE ,
him rise that Home. I
bids to
trumpet shall IT IS SPECIALLY RECOMMENDED FOR PINE-APPLES. Land Ofllct at Gainesville Fla..
Sweet Home, where homeless ones }
May 21,1883.
rest forever.
WALTON, WHANN & CO., bought and sold at this Stand. NOTICE is hereby given that the follow-

Deal Homes Are Kapylom Wilmington Del.Ask In .namet.l settler has tiled notice of his

Tea, our homes can be made happier Intention to make final proof in support

and sweeter through the refining influences Captain McLean of the sloop "Agnea" to bring you a tact of the of his claim, and that said proof will be
of music. Put in the Piano or the ----p made before A. A. Stewart. Clerk circuit

Organ,provide the latest Music, gather court at Titusville, Brevanl county Fla.,
In the children and the neighbors and PLOW BRAND. Saturday, June 30, 1883, viz: John
make the old home ring with sweet and e Houston, (one of the heirs of Samuel L.

, inspiring melody. JNO. ANDERSON, of Ormond. Agent for East and South Florida. Remember A Dollar will buy exactly Houston deceased), of Ban Ga'.lle.! Fla.
lid. No. 5 9fi for the lots 7.8.& 11
: Where to get the Piano or Organ. ; See
Township 32 S, Range 40 E.
Send to us,of course. No other House
He names the following witnesses to
North or South can give you such bar COLLINS CO HARTFORDEstablished $1.00 worth.Established prove his continuous residence upon and

gains. We lead all. Ten Grand Makers cultivation of sa lll:1ud.viz:R.CCreeeh
and over 800 styles to select from. Low A. P. McMillan. J. O. Simmons, and J.
est Bock Bottom Prices. Easiest term T326.MANUFACTURERS lnlS13. T. Snell of Eau Gallic. Fla.

for payment.Maker's names on all rostra 5 w5 1.. A. BAi ES. Register.
ments. No stencil or cheap ,Instruments
sold.'Only house in America selling Pianos NOTICE.
and Organs on the one plan. Address orders to
U. S. Land Office at Gainesville,Fla.)
Uniform to all.Purchasers
23 1883.
direct Every man his own Agent.PJANOS2bO :e... ,
; a, COMPLAINT having been entered at
Sri, 8250. $300. &
.:. ).. The Headquarters Store, this office by Frank Forster against John
ORGANS- 22, $30, 850, $75, $100. 'U-:' Ellerberger for abandoning his Home

Sent on 15 days'test trial. No money .."J.1> 3 stead entry No. iilS .dated april 2G,1S77,

required until satisfaction is given. Six .;;tj'Q Titusville, Fla. upon the lots 3. G, 5, and 7, Section 27,
months exchange privilege. Six years ,. -- : Township 31 south.. Range 39 East In
guarantee. Every Inducement that can : :. -- Brevard county, Floridaith a view to

honestly be extended; send for latest illustrated .... The Florida State Gazetteerand the cancellation of said entry: the said
Catalogues, special offers Price : parties are hereby summoned to appearat
lists and full Information. We can suit you this Office on the 14th lay ot June 1SS3

and we will If we get half a chauce.? OF BUSINESS DIRECTORY, at 3 o'clock p. m., to respond and furnish

V B* testimony concerning said alleged aban-
SMALL MUSICAL'' INSTRUMENTS.Violins Containing the names, bmilt88'ami address donment.

Martin.. Guitars, Accordeons Axes Hatchets Picks : L. A. Bau. Es. Register.
Richter Harmonicas Concertinas, Flutes HJf the- 1 uo JOHN F ROLLINS.Receiver.
Fifes Clarionets, Drums, Dobson banjos. ,
Tamborines, Organinas. Immense stock. AND OTHER EXTRA QUALITY Merchant, Professional & Business: men, :. NOTICE

Direct Importation. Lowest prices send and the principal farmers and land U. S.
; TOOLS FOR FARMS AND PLANTATIONS.Also Land Office, Gainesville Fla. \
for Retail Catalogues .
owners, orange groves and plan- May 18, 1883./
PA GANINI ITALIAN STRINGS. FINE STEEL AND CHEAPER PLOWS tations Complaint having been entered ut this
'together with a
Handsomest and best' in the wide work I Office by W. C. Bonnell against U. P.
Our special brand, sold for ten years past Of all sizes and prices from $5 to $}O. Also, Plowing Machines. StetchofAll Cities, Towns and Villages, Tyler for abandoning his homestead entry -

Used by the best violinists. Price 23 cts: Farmers will receive valuable Information, catalogues, Ac., And how to reach them and other valuable number 6.675. dated June 13, ISIS,
each.' 85.eta. per. set for Violin, $1 25 for by writing to the makers, Information. : upon the lot No. 7, Section 23 and lots

Guitar.SHEET MUSIC. Immense stock.EverythIng COLLINS & CO., 212 Water. St.. New York.PARSONS' This important work will be issued just No.Range 2 and 38 3 E Section, in BrevarJ 26. county Township Florida 2S,

published. Everything published. as soon as the labor of collecting with a view to the cancellation of said
Over 300,000 pieces on our shelves. Pnce and compiling the facts entry: the said
can be parties are hereby summoned
" accom
, reduced.'Music Books In endless variety. to appear at this Office on the 26th
Thousands of music teachers supplIl- ; ; plished. To the business commu-
!fRS ILLS d.iyof June. 1883. at 10 o'clock a. m. to
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given Taxidermist and Naturalist Homestead
Entry No. 5.1 SG. dated April
Every Musical Want Supplied at Carrying the IJ'. S. Mall. GUSHING & 2G, 1877,
Birds fi animals mounted with some respect APPLEYARD, Pubs. upon the lots 3.4.5,and C,
MUCH & Bates' Southern Music I Honse for Anatomy. Elegant Side-wheel Steamers. Section Township 31 S,Range 39 E,
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Everything appertaining to shootingand ] Jacksonville, Fla. county, Florida, with a viewto
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The Great Wholesale PIQ1w"Organ J pot and at reasonable rates. GEO.3!.BIRD,Capt.G.J.Mercier. Valuable said parties are hereby summoned to appear -
of the South.ONLY Property at this! Olllce on the 12th ellof, July
Also dealer in the Celebrated ,LIon 1L B. PLAN Capt...W, Fitzgerald. For Sale : ]883. at 10 o'clock a. In.- to respond and\
brand of Asbestos paint in all colors ANITA,Capt C. II. Brock. furnish testimony said
concerning allegedt
S2O. ready for use. The best and cheapest One of the above-named steamers will leave Thirty acres of land in the City abandonment.

paint ever introduced for House or Boat I>c Bary wharf foot of Laura street dally ex Hammock. Splendid new galvanized 14..\. BauxES.
Sunday 3 Regiter.
cept for
Oil stoves in suitable pin. 1'4L..TK.S.S./ -
use. great variety, Wire 5
FORD KNTEIU'RISE: and all intermediate Fence around twelve acres. Five 4t Jonx :F. ROLLI s. Receiver.
for family or boat use. landings. -

LINSEED OIL WARRANTED PURE ROSA,Capt.J.L.Amazeen. Hundred young and healthy Orange trees NOTICE.

FREDERICK DE Forty bearing tree Beautiful River Six months after date
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Pratt's Celebrated Astral Oil always in i ,Captain J.S.Mattheson. Front. Six acres as fine cane and banana his Honor J. .\. McCrory. Judge of the

Ono of the above-nameil steamers will land as there is in the state. county courtof Brevanl county, Fla.: my
STOCK.Triple leave cBnry wharf, foot of Laura street, the land of the Adjoining final accounts and vouchers as administrator -
daily except aturday,at 4:50 p. in., and from Hon. "Win. H. Sharpe. of the Estate of SamuelMoore late
plated "Table" ware from the S., r.and W. Railway wharf at a ',. in., for H'reba good of said
Palatka Sanford,Enterprise and all interme opportunity for any one county deceased and ask for a final
House of Holmes, Booth & Hayden. diate landings. desiring to make a good investment discharge as such Administrator.

r l..nnterns.lazors, Combs, Nick Nacks Connects at I'alatka with Florida Southern the.place must be as 1'lIL1Ea311. WE Administrator..
in endless variety. Railroad for Gainesville and Ocala. sold. Titles perfect. March 29, 1883. (IS.Gm)
Connect atlItor with St.Johns and Lake Parties intending to purchase can make.
CigarTobaccos Pipesand Ku-tU Railroad for Fort Mason. Yalnha. Lccs-
burg and all points on the Upper Oca enquiries of Dr. G. W. Holmes or Hon.
all smokers' articles. Connects at Volusla with coaches for Or- W. H. ?Sharjx1. For terms and P'SO S CURET FOCONSUMPTION
mum and DuytoiuuConnects further ttsEf!! !". .!Att ELSE fAiLS.
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what you want in the other stores in Ti- road for Lon OOtI.Maitland, Apopka City, man Ga. or li. C. Perhyn City Point Fla.
Alteuioutc, uilando,
tus\'n just give 1:. C. S. a call and KJ 1 homcc. and with orconfer
you steamers for Lake Jcs up,Salt Lake and Rock- with Captain Peter Wright of
will be sure to get suited. ledge aud Indian IClver. the fast -
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MACHINEEQUAL C. J. HECTOR, RetutniugMall steamers leave Kntorprl.-te .
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yon have seen the machine. After having General Produce Forfnrther information apply at General of beam injuring good and Label.il pl"l1nllnaxamilll1ti Compound, hc+tAns.n3,
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"Gentlemanly Jos s:.' 1"rte'' in' tuto'"room' not 'such, though, Siuith'p iibed,;; fcopetea>> 'suit 'with !.that we only caught a glimpse of a flash and the roof still rose above them like a

c**,?, ---, be, maybe,not MM at von has wen a belted aVigor which astonished us. During of lights.and a'cluster:'of bearded, helmet Mack island in a sea of fire. There was

; "" .. ..'bit.wall'"the name by,,which. of, Itacat\wa r- hurl five your\fathet-ODe in the shod business: hours be lived iu a'sort of day- ed heads:suspended, as it 'were; in Miss Cissy's window dark and unopened
1;; house '
': a ysaking- 1eUt.ln:: that, ribs and holler out, 'You're a deep old dream, musing_upon, his perch .like, the darkness. though the woodwork around it was in

"it .G p0.Dpoatprat .scoundrel, Smith, and.one: as knows some cogitative fowl, and getting into At_first we ran languidly,jogging along M glow. There was no sign of the flutter -
f '...c* i f.1twhioh did a thrivbg.bwh bow 1DIIIY beau mates five!'" I I IIm endless trouble over.his accounts, while with many other people who were hur- of a female dress. How terrible it

.- L f_- :fe, 'the great ,commercial'regair4'4ma city' .ofninute e spite'of all 'these'peculiarities- we every evening found him, interfer- rying toward the'same goal. Then, as was.to stand and wait for the end,powerless -.-
'i".a.. !(ool' It .did' acquaintance.J1ot how- learned not'only' to-tolerate the Gentleman I j ing ,with- 'We atead's tete-a-tete at we came into quarter of the town whichwe to stretch out a saving hand.

:;_, that, .,the but, ,even;;to like.him., Indeed, the high corner. house in Eldon knew well,'we'almost involuntarily Poor Welstead.leaned against be,'sob-
r !: ...,.tD.Worm the we hardly knew how strung this feelingwas I street. Atlast this crasiicame.. There was quickened our pace, until'tearing rounda bing like a child. A ghastly longingcame

f!itmnpmj complimentary epithet scone was until he' betook himself into the no need to ask.what happened,when familiar comer at racing speed, ''we into my heart that I might Me. -

.- ; his five fellow-
jf.. J oron the part \ with him ulster, eye-glass, ring and I morning with disheveled hair, melancholy other's pale faces. There, not a hundred it to be all over, and her pai>L and trouble
f'iJ.f eferfcs than on:account of any xcep'i everything,else which was calculated to face, and, eyes bleared with the yards from us, stood the* 'high at an end. Then I heard the crash

?' :jjaBtlelairftstobluebloodinthecaseofJfc impress the' rustics and stamp him as wakef ulnes' of a 'restlesa ,night. We house on Eldon street-the house under of glass falling outward, and I bent my
himself. Even the
; Joseph.Smith. the natural associate of the "belted never learned the particulars of his dis- whose hospitable roof we had spent I head to avoid seeing the very thing thatI

3i', peril 'customer whose'' knowledge of hurl" He left quite a vacancy behind missal. Suffice it that he was Informedonce so many happy hours-with the red had wished for; and then there broke

! r 'Joe was limited to watching his self- him. There was a dead level of equality and forever that a gap which there flames licking round the whole lower I upon my ear a shout from ten thousand

"' M kfifld, smirk; and enormous"watch-' about the five of us which deprived ,, was HO crossing lay between Miss Cissy story, and spurting out of every chink voices, so wildly exultant and madly
pjjrdatthe-tber side of the life of all' 'its piquancy. Even Wal- Newsome: and himself. He bore up and erevice, while a dense pall of smoke jubilant that I never hope.to hear the

.t' 'lafcogany desk' or, admiring the em stead, who bad disliked him from the bravely, and tried to hug his sorrow to obscured the upper windows and the like again.

tr; .. pbajSs with which be utilized his moisji first, Was fain to confess that he was his heart, to hide it from the vulgar gaze Welstead and I looked'up. Balanced

;-' thumb in overcoming the grega- good fun, and that he wished him bacfc. of mankind, but'he*.became an altered roof.We dashed through the crowd to- upon the narrow ledge outside the win-

tegs leaves of his ledger,must have been After all, if his laugh was obtrusive it man. What bad been but a* passing gether,.and fought our way t6 the clear dow I had been watching, ,there was

; itruck by the misappropriate epithet. was hearty, and his qijaint, vulgar face fancy with us had taken root in his space on which the firemen were con- standing a man, framed as it were in

.9' Jo us,bowe er,- ho'had, so to.say; sat had sincerity and good nature stamped i very soul and grown there, so that ', necting their hose. As we reached I. fire. .IIis clothes were hanging around

" at his feet and marvelled at the war of upon every line of ,it., It was with unaffected he, who had hardly known when it was I them, a half-naked man, barefootedand him as a few tattered, charred rags,

. ., dependence which he was carrying on pleasure that we heard a loud planted, was now unable to wrench itI I disheveled; was pleading with the and his very hair was in a blaze. The-

; Against the Queen's English-a guerilla view-halloa in the street one morning out. The ordeal he had gone'' through superintendent, clutching frantically at draught caused by knocking out the-

;, warfare consisting ,in, attacks' upon just after the opening of the doors, and chastened him, to a great extent, from his arm and pointing up to the dark window had encouraged the flames, so

,prates, and the cutting off of strag- saw our friend swaggering in, more his vulgarity by toning down his natural clouds above him, already rent with that a lurid curtain hung behind him,

" Jl DI g's-to us our fanciful sobriquet ugly, more dressy, and, if possible, more spirits, and though he occasionally jagged streaks of ascending flame. while the ground was,fully seventy feet

:,." '" .1FIIaJoke of the first water. If anything vulgar than before.' ventured upon a "Haw I haw I" it was "Too short I" he screamed hi a voice below. Yet .there, on the thin slip of,

: could have enchanced our enjoyment ] Newsome, our bank manager, was an painfully artificial, and a good deal which we were horrified to recognize as stone, with eternity on each aide of him,,

of it, it was the innocent gravity excellent fellow, and on the best terms more suggestive of a dirge than of that of Mr. Newsome. "It can't be- stood Joe Smith, the uncouth and ungrammatical .
with which our companion accepted the with all of us. As, we were all single merriment The worst feature of the it musn't be 1 There are more escapes tying two sheets together

doubtful title, and, after oae feeble re- men, with a very limited circle _of case was that every week increased the than one. Ob, man, man, she is burning while women sobbed below

monstrance, adopted it forever' as his friends in Birchespool, he kindly gaveus gloom which hung over him. We began -choking-suffocating 1 Do some- and men shouted and" every hand

1 own prerogative and right. the run of his house, and it was sel- to suspect that our estimate of him had thing! Save, her My child-my was raised,to bless him. He staggeredand

The' circumstances' of that remonstrance dom that a week passed without our en- been a superficial one, and that there beautiful child-the only one I have!" disappeared so suddenly that we-
deserve to be recorded. Before were depths in the little man's soul feared he had fallen but he was back
joying a musical evening there, windingup In the agony of his fear he fell at the ,
the arrival of Mr. Joseph Smith: from with one of the choice little suppersfor of whose existence we had been fireman's feet and implored his assist- again In an instant, not alone this time,
the paternal training-stables father for the he had to '
which Mrs. New-some was celebrat ignorant. ance. girl come save was-
was a successful sporting tout who had ed. On these occasions, since distinc- Four .months had passed away. I was paralyzed,by the horror of ,the slung over his shoulder. The brave
developed into a trainer-our office had I fellow seemed to"have doubts of the
tions would be invidious, Gentlemanly Nwne of us had changed much during thing. The situation was apparent at a
been a particularly aristocratic one. Joe used to be present in all his glory, that time, with the exception of the glance. There, seen dimly through the i strength of his impromptu rope, for he
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Welstead onr senior clerk, was a fine, h. rested his weight the nearly
with a very large white, frilled shirtfront ;.- uentieman. \\e saw little Of hIm smoke, was Cissy Newsome's window, own upon. .
.handsome young fellow of twenty-six, and another vitreous fragment except m office hours. Where he spent while beneath it, separated by a broad red-hot water-pipe during those twelve-

who came of a good Scocth strain, and sparkling gloomily in the middle of it. the rest of the day was a mystery. expanse of wall; was the head of the perilous feet, supporting Miss Newsomaby -

was occasionally understood to make This, with a watch chain which reminded Once I met him late at night in the fire escape. It,was too short, by a the arm which clutched the sheet.
dark allusions concerning the extinct docks feet. The whole lower Slowly, very slowly they descended,
one of the chain cable of a schooner,, stumbling along ring-bolts and good twelve
:Earldom of Stirling Dullan and Moreby but at last his feet touched the
; was his sole attempt at ornamentation, chains, careless of the fact that a tripor story was one seething mass of fire, so topmost
were Oxford men, well connected and for, as he used to say, "it ain't good slip might send him"into eternity. that there seemed no possibility of ap- rung of the escape. Was it a dream

well read ; little Bparkins was the son form to show you're richer than your Another time I saw a cloaked figure proach from that direction. A horrible that I heard'a voice,above him say,

of a High Church clergyman;and I had neighbors, even if you are. Too much lurking in the shadow beside the housein feeling of impotence came over me. "Hall right, missy," before a.burst of

some of the best blood of Wales in my like a Sheeny, don't you know ?" Eldon street, which' fled round the There,was no sign of movement at. the cheering rang out which drowned every
veins. .No wonder then, that our dignity other sound. _
Joe was an endless source of amuse- corner on my approach. His naturallyunhealthy young lady's window, though crawling
was hurt by the ,appearance of alondlydressed ment to Cissy Newsome; ,a mischievous, complexion had become so trails of flame had climbed up to it and Miss Cissy, more frightened than
hurt was delivered into her half-
scorbutic-looking youth, dark-eyed brunette of eighteen, the sole cadaverous that the sandy eyebrowsand festooned it round with their red gar- over
with horse-shoe pin and a nectie distracted father's care, while I helped
suggestive child of the manager. We had all fallenin moustache stood out quite dark lands. I remember hoping in my heart
of spectrum analysis upon the\ery love with Cissy at one time or an- against it. His clothes hung loosely on that she had been suffocated in her, to lift Gentleman Joe from the escape. .

stool lately vacated by my old college other, but bad had to give it up on I his figure. The eyeglass was discarded. sleep, and bad.never. woke to the'dreadful He lay panting upon the ground,burned,
and scorched his sporting coat tatteredand
friend Vernon Hawkins-most gentle- ,
Even the once ring seemed to reality.
finding that her heart was no longer her gorgeous
charred while strangely enough,
manly and quiet of mankind. ,
own to bestow. Charles Welstead had have assumed a sombre and melancholy I have said that we were paralyzed forth the
prismatic necktie and horseshoe
:For a few days we contented ourselveswith known her from childhood, and the I lustre as if in sympathy with the feel- moment. The spell was rapidly i had escaped the general destruction' pin

observing the habits and customsof affection of early youth had ripened ings of its owner. His manner had broken. "This way, 'lads !" cried a so *
as present an absurd oasis amid.
the creature., There was. an audacity into love on bah sides. Never was lost all its old audacity:, and,become resolute voice, and Charlie Welstead the desert around. He lay without: .
about his vulgarity and a happy there a more fondly attached couple, timid and retiring. I doubt if any of broke in among us with a fireman's
speaking or moving until Cissy New-
unconsciousness of all offence, which nor one to whom the path seemed to his rustic acquaintances. would have hatchet in his hand. We pushed after
some was led past him on her to a
way *
fairly disarmed criticism. It was not : to lie so smoothly, for old Welstead had recognized their gaudy Joseph in the him as he rushed round to the rear of cab. Then he made a feeble gesture.
until he began to address us as "old Newsome's shambling,unkemptfigure whichhaunted where there door
: been personal friend, and the house, was a usually with his hand which indicated that he
pals, and went the length of playing a Charles'prospects were of the brightest.On the counting-house of Ducat,Gulden used by the servants. It .was ,
wished to speak to her, and she stooped,
snail practical joke upon little Sparkins, these pleasant evenings which I &Ducat. locked, but a couple of blows shatteredit
over him. No other ear but mine caught:
that-pint of resistance began to stir have mentioned it was great fun to see The termination of Welsteadsengage- to pieces. We hurried up the stone that whisper.

within our bosoms and that Welstead, Joe darting into the drawing-room and ment began to draw near. It had been kitchen stairs, with the plaster fallingin "Don't fret, Miss," he said, 'cause j

as usual, was pushed forward as our. endeavoring to secure a seat in the arranged that after his marriage he was strips aU round us, and the flags so it was the wrong boss came in. lIe's a

mouthpiece. neighborhood of the young lady, with a to be promoted to the management of hot that they burned into the soles of good feller-a deal better than me-and

."You see, Smith," he remarked in profound disregard for any claims her another branch in a distant part of the our boots. At the bead of the stairs did as much, but hadn't the luck."

his most languid tones, "you have beenin parents might have upon his courtesy.If country. This approaching break-up in there was a second door, thicker and A vulgar little speech, but Cissy's .

our office a comparatively short he attained the coveted position he our little circle drew us all closer together stronger than the first, but nearly eyes got very moist as she listened, and. I''

period, ,and: yet you have taught, us would lean back in his chair with what and made us the more sorry charred through by the fire. I'm not sure that mine didn't, too.

many things which were new to us. he imagined to be an air of easy gentil- that the general harmony should be destroyed "Give me room 1" gasped Welstead, The office was sadly reduced after .

There is a natural buoyancy about your ity, and regale her with many anecdotesof by the unhappiness of one our swinging round his axe. that. With Welstead and the Gentle-

character which points you out as one horses and dogs, with occasional number. If we could have cheered "Don't do it, sir," cried a stalwart man on the sick-list, there were only-

calculated to shine in the most select reminiscences of the "big nobs" who him we would, but there was somethingin fireman, seizing him by the wrist ; four of us at the desk, and the reaction

circles. Before your arrival we had had professional relations with his his look, for all his snobbishness, "there's flames, on the other side of that from the excitement had left 'us any-

never learned to designate ladies as : father. Oil such occasions Miss Cissy i. which forbade even sympathy on a subject door." thing but lively. I can remember only

'fillies,' nor bad we beard of the real' would imitate him to his face in the so sacred. He endeavored to put I "Let me go!" roared Charlie. one remark ventured upon during that

'pots'-whom_ you mention as having most amusing way, looking all the timeas on a careless manner when he joined us I We're dead men if you. break it 1" first day. The dreary scratching of.

frequented:your father's establishment. demure as a little mouse, while WeJ- all in wishing Welstead good luck at I II I "Let me go !" pens had lasted unbroken for over an

These things interest and please us. stead leaned up against the piano, not mid-day on the Saturday preceding the: "Drop it, sir ; drop it !" hour, when little Sparkle looked up

,Allow us to show some small sense of quite sure whether to laugh or be angry. Monday on which the wedding was to i There was a momentary struggle, and from his ledger. .

the honor your society ccnfers' us, Even he usually broke down, however, take place. We expected then that we the axe clattered down upon the stone "I suppose you would call him a gen

by christening you as Gentlemanly when the two came to discuss "heti- should not see our fellow-clerk again steps. It had hardly time to fall before tleman, after all ?" he said.

Joe,' excusing the liberty we take with quette," and Joe, in his character of until he appeared in the character of some one caught it up. I could not see "A very much better one than you-

jour name in consideration of the allit- gentleman, laid down his views as to bridegroom. How little did we guess who for the dense blue reek of smoke.A will ever be," growle Dullan, and'we--

entkm." when a "feller should raise 'is 'at," and the catastrophe which was impending! man dashed past the fireman, there relapsed into the scratching of pens.
I was present at tne
A, great part of this speech must when not. The argument was gener- I remember that .Saturday evening was the crash of a parting lock, and a Welstead and weddingoCCharley
have_ been lost upon Mr. Joseph, but ally closed by a burst of laughter from welL It was in January, and a clear great lick of flame, like a hound unleashed when after Newsomer
a long delay it.was
never did elaborate sarcasm fall so utterly all of us, in which Joseph would join, wintry sky, with a suspicion of an shot out and enveloped us. I celebrated. finally-
By the original
flat Instead of being offended, though protesting loudly that he was aurora in its Northern quarter, spreadover felt its hot searas it coiled round my arrange-
ment I was to have gored as best .
18 we had fondly hoped would be the unable to see the joke.It the great city. There was a slight face, and I remember nothing more map,
but my post of honor was handed
*>**, he burst into an uproarious fit of is a proverbially dangerous thingto frost in the air, and the ground clinked until I found myself leaning against the overto

laughter, and slapped his gaitered leg play with edged tools. I have never cheerily under foot. One of my fellow- door-post; breathing in the fresh, sweet I a certain very ugly young man, whose'
appearance suggested the idea that he
atth ,the ebony ruler in token of deLabt. been sure whether Smith knew how clerks-Dullan-and I had kept by lit- air of night, while Welstead, terribly had
the last few
spent weeks in
Welstead and tle Smith all day for there wild burned struggled furiously with the fireman a mustard -
_Haw 1 haw! he roared,writh- matters stood betweeen was a -
j JOg[ about on the top of the high stool. the young lady. I am inclined to think look about his eyes which made us who held him back to prevent him seem poultice.this youth Unromantic not went as it may
only throughhis
Wkatever'll father say! On, law, to that at first, he did not. Perhaps, if think it might be unsafe to leave him from reascending the staircase, which duties with all the nonchalence in
think of it! Gentlemanly Joe,'-eh? some one bad informed him of it then to his own devices. We dined at a restaurant was now a solid sheet of fire. 1
the world lit danced at the subsequent
You're right, though; you're right he might have mastered his feelingsand and afterward dropped Into a "Hold back, sir !" I heard the hon festivities with the greatest vigor and

and not ashamed to own up, neither. much misery have been averted.It theatre, where Joe's ghastly face in the est fellow growl ; "ain't one life thrown It is commonly rumored that

"laid when T.was comin' up, 'Father,' was clear, to us young fellows who stalls had very depressing effect upon away enough ? That little covehimin grace.this ac'ivity of his, combined with sun

*J I, 4K1 teach them a trick or two ;' had gone through the same experiencehow the pantomime. We were walking the gaiters-the same that broke the dry interesting anecdotes-

I have, ,hain't I ? Of course we're things were tending, but we held slowly homeward after supper, it being door-he's gone. I seed him jump horses and dogs have so prevailed concerning
**11 ttats here, for clerks is mostly xeckJjW our tongues rather than spoil what we then between 12 and 1, when we saw a right slap into the middle of it. He the heart of a susceptible young lady-upon
such joke. Cissy may great crimson glow upoa the heavens won't never come back !"
: but it do make a difference considered a capital no more that there is every probability of
: 'a,man has been brought incon"C have seen it too, and given him a littlemischievous such as aurora never threw,.and a fire Together we led Welstead round to having a repetition of the marriage cer oxr

; 'With the real thing. You can calls encouragement least, engine dashed past us with a whistle the front once more, all three staggeringlike emony. Should it be so, I trust that I

Gtnt1emanly Joe, an' pleasure, but young ladies have the credit of not and a clang the big boned, shaggy drunken men. The flames were may at last revert to my original position !-
J **- II meaning to imply that there is being blind in such cases. Certainly horses whirling it along at suck a rate higher than before, but the upper story as bjst man.


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;LeeAL .. Editorially we have.our:peculiarities. 'NEW; DVERTISEMENTS. 1. NEW,.,.... ADVERTISEMENTS.JC. _. -_; '- 'CARDS.PRITCIIARD '

-.!!; -.u. ITEMS.ptgtd". .get W'elib, our:old fart-oprtfdTihott=oui w NORWOOD & CO., & MAY.
Ling ports andatrinjKn forawbarftobe old clothes--they are ao comfortable' andconvenient .PRITCHARD &MAY,

, carnea'out'to'U feet of water.. and.we feel ao much at home DEAI.ERS XX '
/ '- 't in them. :,80 it is with us as to old friendsit OFFER. FOR' SALE : FANCY GROCERIES AGENTS.Tituaville :
{ :--dammnniplfion)! from, Captain >T. STAPLE ill ;
is be with them and ,
to to Ia'4.
ao pleasant
W.Lund states, ghat.he.expect* to be atPklt Business,, Residence 'Lots, Flori ;
" ., Confectioneries .
their We hold in ,
enjoy society. grateful
Late, in a'iewdays with the steamer J) GR. Y.
. memories the pleasant incidents of "ye and Dwellings in .
. Fox.: Fine Tobaccos and
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olden time" which transpired among old It!
..The new mill route will be of TITTJSVILIE.Also ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
!) great friends after the good old fashioned man CIGARS. :,
::1 I benefit Banana d... We inform > T.
are ncr We regret exceedingly to pari with LaGrange .
;, Unimproved Lots In CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE, Flom
edthatMr.teenry Wilson is' the
postmaster the old-especially with old friends. Wm. Scott A..u..Th-.C"

;? Editorially-we regret ,to, part with. Indian River City.' LAMPS& FIXTURES, I Titusville 1a. Sanford ri1',. '

-We learn'' that Sheriff Richard la our old friend of the,News. A> .man of, WOODEN & TINWARE. SCOTT & THRASHER, :-.

now''at'Atlanta;'Ga., under medical treatment infinite zest is he, and his chair, wise or i f-Have a large list of .ATTORXEYS-AT-LA ,'.

* for his..hand'and arm, ,.and that he is otherwise, it will be hard to filL Meal CornS Sanford : : '

ateadfly improving. A mddle-a riddle we never could guess Orange Groves, Mr.Scott Is now located atTitnsTflte.Florida.. :

-We received a, 'magnificent, pineapfrom -, -yet a riddle's a riddle nevertheless, bet ;a-Rcnl Estate Law a speciality. .

pIe Mr.. c.'' L.'Stewart, of EauGaffle a short, or a long, its always the same OH HIGH HAMMOCK & FIRST-CUS Hay, MAGRVDER -<.:

last week,that;tipped the scales at a little there is something in a riddle besides a C. ,

over four pots nda. Please accept our name. Of all the riddles we have ever PINE LANDS, Oats Etc.also COUNTY SURVEYOR,

thanks Charlie. scan'd, to you-B. Biddle-we give our -Which '
we are offering at- AND NOT A R Y
right hand. Shak -please Sir? You PUBLIC. '
-Hr. Archibald Scrimgeonr, of New for
York city arrived here last Friday evening are a nice funny man, Independent-eh? BOTTOM PRICES agents Rockledge Florida.. '

Be so if you can, and fill those large Democratic Jacob Reeds' Sons, 4
and expect to spend a few months OR s. .JO%ES.
I if with Ids father B..C.8crimgeour.i dle The shoes Newt,?JBut-so doing-don't rid' PINE-APPLE LANDS, CLOTHIERS,

i Remember that Norwood's Hack First Quality At Low Figures. .
, NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Samples to be seen at store.NOTIONS. ATTORNEYATLAW.THusvllle t
Line will Enterprise
carry you, tri-weekly to

; coBneeting with the St. Johns Riv- Se1'eral'Large Tracts or Florida

I,f steamers. ;$1.A

I ,- : large amount of fire-works were well adapted to Gents1'MHDE( & flimisMng Goods. Notary Public State at Large.

; displayed here during the last week andit 1314411. Afltdarlta drawn and all business entrant
"' Sugarcane,Bananas and Early vegetables. to me promptly attended to.
would be'a'dimcult undertaking to ascertain FAIR
once at his residence.
hew.aur bunches of fire crackers Also unimproved Lands in all sec J. M. Dixon, Titusville, Florida.

were disposed of. (MACKENZIE'S,) TITUSYJLLE, : : FLORIDA.
tions of the .
/ )Ijo.:W. A. L. Ostrander is expected to county.A Dealer in D.COWIE.

j arrive,on the river in'a few days from Offers SpecialInducements FEW VERY DESIRABLEHomesteads Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals,

the north. Capt. Moore of the Cinderella Fancy and Toilet Articles. Physician and Surgeon.

''t ,arrived here last Wednesday and i* Left. I ,
Perfumery Dye-stu1s Paints Oils .
in all Florida.
y stopping at the!Lund House. ,
' Parties having money to purchase mort Varnishes brushes, almost everything --
!1 Andrew Gibson informs tu that he gages, will find safe investments on un- kept by a first-tlass Drug House. S ,

will in about a week from now, have ice Lines doubted security Any drug, medicine or In-
cream every Saturday. Andrew says he strument needed by customers Watch Maker and Jeweller.ALL .
-0Real and not on hand, will be ordered. WORK WARRANTED".
; was very much disappointed at not getting -
; ice for the ice the fourth. Of Goods Prescriptions carefully compounded Work or orders left with P. E. Wager or at
cream on Estate placed in our hands for sale, night or day with accuracy and dispatchby Post Office TltusviHe or with A. Brady at La

-We are in.receipt of a postal, from a exchange attention., or to let, will receive prompt competent persona. Iy36 in Grange Titasville will receive every )prompt lantia).attention._ Will be

Voloiia county friend of cure who generally We hare some Bargains In "
Tituaville,May U,1883 4 u NEWSPAPERSubscription DR. II R. WILSON.will .
| fwmr hit summers In New Hampshire

. ,dated Jan 26th stating that blackberries SHOES, CLOTHING, Titusville & Lake Worth.0STRANDER'S Agency.The continue tbe
practice of xt leine in
i i' are in bloom,apples big aa mar- undersigned having opened a '

bles,strawberries ripening,corn six inches Ladles' And Misses' Hats, Titusville and vicinity,

)' high" ,aunuaee- travel commencing.We : HEISPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCYWill Office at J. )I. Dlxon's Drugstore.
refits oar thanks to Captain M. and be pleased to receive subscriptionsto

I t O. Burnham,'. of Cape Canaveral, for a GX.ASSW.ARE. IT. S. MAIL LIKE, any A.B.. HAWLEY, D. D.8.

I present of two.f his fine Egyptian Queen The Fast, Light-Draft, Steel Hull Periodical or Newspaper published.o Visiting Dentist

i Pine-apples. On state press may praise Fancy Goods Buttons --- Makes
frequent trips to Indian River.
the size and flavor of pineapples of their Steamer, Save time, trouble and expense by apply- Lake Worth, &e. .

different localities but if they were to see LACES, RIBBONS, &C., "CINDERELLA!" ing to CHAS. H.XAUMAN, P. O. Address, New Smyrna Florida.
and taste one of the Egyptian Queen

. pine they would let the other varieties That cant be beat anywhere.COME. CAPT.WILL H. MOORE, Subscription Agent, C. II. NAIJIIIA.?. .

rest. J and Hanlover P. (X,Brevard county Fla. I
Having ample splendid
accommodations -
The mail rate from tiiis place to for Passengers and Freight, and THE SLOOP "AGNES Justice of the Peace and

j, Canaveral mill be arranged expressly for the Mall Service Notary Public State-at-Large.
probably started tomorrow and Navigation of this bean- commanded by Also:: Commissioner of Deed for toe State of
, 9 Friday He mail carrier, Sam. tiful River, will make regular trips, un CAFPAIX JOHN MCLEAN, PESXSTLVAMA.Office .

Norton has been In readiness for carrying A. L. HATCH, til further notice, between Makes regular trips on.Indian River. at the Hani-Over.
the same for a week er so, but could not TiHe and Late fort m the SHE CARRIES A FULL SUPPLY OF m COCIILSHUTT.w I
: make trips on accoant of the newly ap DEALER IKGROCERIES Rapids. JOHNSON

pointed postmaster at Canaveral not baying Touching at all intermediate landings, Groceries,Dry Goods, ,

received his commission, keys etc.We as follows: Canned Goods, Notary Public, Sfaf -a1-Large,

would that there is PROVISIONS, Leaves Titusrille Hats, Boots and Shoes, and
suggest no Tuesdays and Fri-
Justice of the Peace.
better time to organize a yacht club on DRY GOODS, days, at 6 o'clock, a. m. Ladies'Shoes In great variety; Prints all
new patterns at low prices. Court day first Saturday of each month.
our river than at the present time and to
decide the Hardware and (M l Merdianfe Leaves Lake Worth, Wednesdays and : LA GRANGE Florida.
same we request all those so Ready-mate i Clothing Tollet Articles
CITY Sundays, at 10 a. m the
POINT ; Rapids ,
interested to meet at W. B. Moore's storeon FLOKIDA. ST. CLAW-ABRAMS, n. L. S1:3nIEu..
. )March 4wThe"Biggesr 13 at 2 p. m. KOTIOXS.KS"For }Mute Attorney County Judge of
Saturday the 15th inst at 2 p. m.Let the cash onlyLUMBER Se;t'nth Judicial{;1rcutL Onulpceaat7.
us have a grand assembling and let and the.Best." -:0- March 15,46 em.
St. Clair Abrams & Sum ieriln.ATTOBNETS
every one take an active part in it.: A FJrstClassMammoth.Newspaper z -Passage or freight apply on board. .

While we are having races on our river Staterooms, two berths,$I.-=Single berths & COUNSELLORS AT LAW.
50 cents, Meals 50 cents each.
1eD1 -annuallr and sometimes quarterly Will be furnished to order on short noticeat ORLANDO, FLA.
a yacht club is really a necessity. For one year and an 818.00 Will give carefnl attention to eoKwttons,
Opened for the Season. per thousand. anti will practice in the several court of Urt
Interesting Novel District,and in the Supreme Court at Talla
-Miss Ida F.Sollee started for New I6A man who is interested in his own LUMBER & SHINGLESAlways hassee and U. S- court at Jacksonville.
Smyrna on last Wednesday where she expects FOR ftt.00.

to spend a short time with her THE SAVAMAH! WEEKLY NEWS welfare will be pleased to know that on band. LA GRANGE STORE ,

friends prior to her return to her homeat ANDREW GIBSON C. MAGRUDER & CO. Always on hand a general assortment of
A mammoth sheet,38x52 inches, con-
Jacksonville. During the past winter taining 8 pages of reading matter S. GOODS.
comprising RYDER.
Miss Keeps the finest oysters to be found in
Sollee has been
stopping with her all the News of the Week, Tele- STRICTLY CASH.E. .
aunt Mrs. JL E.,Titus, of this place, and graphic Dispatches, accurate Market reports TltUHVlllC, EOCKLEDGE. -
during that time had charge of our pub- [ a well edited Agricultural Depart Has just received sad.continues to keep L. Brady.
lic school for six months in which her meat, Original Serials, a page of AND SERVED IX STYLE TO SUIT PATRONS. in stock a full and complete stock of Groceries January 1st 1SS3 1 yr 36

management and instruction gave great Florida Georgia & South Carolina News.It Boots &; Shoes, Hats & Caps in
Plain and Cake made great variety and General Florida
satisfaction and secured her friends.It Fancy to order.Holer's Merchandise Manufacture.
many is not a local of
every description.
Bread hand. Ask for whateveryou
is a conceded fact that the "Ath- To the farmer, mechanic,or artisan, the may want. One price to all. Canned AMAZON PAINT WORKS.manufacturers
letes" never played better than they did business or professional man who has not Also a first-class Barber shop attached. Goods of every description a specialty.LUMBER .

on last Wednesday, the fourth. Though the advantages of a daily mail, it is a pa- n:J. BER.YE, d; co.,
per by which he can be informed events jSTORAVOQD'SFast
they were matched against' a nine that transpiring in the busy world, whether in of the .
had been organized for a long time and his own State or in the most distant parts Hack.Line I Will be furnished to order on short notice I: a

in which were players from all part of of the globe.In : at 918.00 per thosand. Dressed lumber AMAZON RFADY-MIIED PAINTS {
Volusia addition to a first-class newspaper at I 1/
county including of
one the"Mystics" -- -
a moderate price we offer each yearly subscriber I from 820.00 to 324.00 per thousand. in all shades and ready forImmediate
Jacksonville, they held the"Stars" a of of the published LUMBER & :
copy any The Cheapest and Most Direct SHINGLES '
in check until the commencement novels of the Morning News Library free ... Me. .
of the eighth inning when they Subscription $2.00 a year in advance ROUTE always ou hand. and grinders of

gave way and their opponents scored Subscriptions can be sent through local P. M. FISHER.PINEAPPLES ,. +.
agents and postmasters, or direct too To Tit uII"lIle! and Indian HI,-ere .
twelve runs on two innings to their twruns. Pure White Lead
J. H. TILL, ,
Wlutaker Street Savannah. Ga. !
& Colors In Oil. 'I'
: Mr.&Mrs.J.P.8prattofCityPointIn- SOUTHER Parties desiring to purchase pine-apple om and
dian River, arrived here one day last week FEMALE COLLEGE. THREE trips weekly between the ST. plants will please send their orders .!;:

on their way North, but stopped for a L LaGrange, Ga. Jonxs and INDIAN RIVEKS. promptly to E. J. RAWSON, No 26 Ocean $street :.4 I

brief visit in the family of Col. 1. W. Offers unsurpassed advantages in Letters Leaves Enterprise EVERY Monday, Wednesday 52 3m Waveland P. O. Fla. :JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. !!.I'
Cockerell of this city. Sod to relate and Art. Its patronage extends and Friday ggyPine-apple plants
from New York to Florida&Texas Morning, arriving at cheap for cash. a New
after their arrival their little Titusville the SAME Information of Florida.
soon bright Last catalogue numbers 126 pupils in mu day. SOLDIERSIJO :
daughter, Helen,was taken violently ill sic and 34 in art. Annual expense for [ -READ-LOOK 192 pages new matter unto map for lay:.

with brain fever, which in a few days ter board and tuition $207; the same.. with Returning Send for our new circulars containing Send six cents to R.C.LongTallahassee

urinated fatally. The grief-stricken parents music$267. Fall term opens last"cdnesday Leaves Titusville Et"ERYTuesl1ay.Thurs matter of utmost importance to all ex- or C. Drew,Jacksonville
in Sept. Write for soldiers or their Fla.
catalogue. heira. Pensions
I day Saturday morning, arriving at Bounties
are now at the residence of theiruncle
114t L F. COX Patents, Land Claims
President. ,Horse Claims ;
CoL L. W. Spratt, corner of Monroe Enterprise In the evening.-Address all others against the Government and FOR SALE !

and Catherine streets.-Jacksonville AGENTS Wanted, .ftnk Books' &6ib1e W. S. Norwood, ly and faithfully attended to.l1llr prompt A tenable cottage house and lot in
>orcknc* : ritat* n Hrald.i low w cnc*:ttU.mt bttBteded cvcrywlxra.LlWftU-.. stamp W. H- WILLS & CO. wheel wright
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