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 Material Information
Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: July 26, 1883
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
notis - AKR0018
lccn - sn 96027111
System ID: UF00075901:00058
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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," '.' d for' a change from workwockbyttatoe. ....1-. No very 'gsrioasdamais:'. sanitary meavarat ; British ahippi&g, to Smyrna is going to incorporatf.'-. :' vin start onhfacoiitstnpbtsd!! trip across !
M.w : ; was tamper with which: the 10vtDnW j'1
-The the
.. dooe.ietievasssl At the oosrtiae&t .to YeUowatone "*
Ckrrannent Land ;Valley
; Office in ;
f';' j.3 mpr dtisdemw d. and 2,000flea dare has been allowed -.oft" vessels Gainesville h boot A"'W.If_olii :
twelve .t
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6t persons are now ear imrmfn
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i :: ? osuahia the, ..s- thraa t.tae.ialoded :dfatrkt of ai to interfere .
with bb
Chlara s Death ..... JIIo7ecL peasant. .... .
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__ .....,dal assn p b ahoet 100kjrj AMZAJWia Egypt mad carry the danger to all;,points The arrangemsnq'fbe .w...' ,- fat
Jaly 16V : an the
Tner were of the world. _It would not be safe to say ,cn.ceat.ty hat ten flowing wells, hands of ..
: ; Lieut ShaUaT
Gen
4; thlrty4iT deaths from cholera at Dami- that the water at which hat Tar par.
every ship which has passed throughthe a slightly solphu- will :. d
;; ''.It etta yesterday ty number about ten
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:. .' .-.. ., rJa". !0rThef Man rIeIa.. The and twenty at not carried: from Egypt some seeds of A new freight depot ia to be ham at President wIIlj la oa; L
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... ... OOyatdli QeldyE panic at ifulrisr Where Pensacola a.w.-.Uae... ;
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] ; -. thelCOalp. these may be, aown for the Louisville. and Nasb- '
caused
by the
,. fear Chta
that o.
.....a.a. cholera will reach : "
only infinite wisdom oantdL Bat yule Eaflroad. .
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lib20.-The. anal. seers.. d people some of them have reached London and The Madden : with
Hotel at Monticello as few ,
dt. arelearingthe dtf In so stop as possible. The Pie ].
large numbers *
..m: Am. been effectually deposited there can be no much out of dent.. ,
H..I8OJardI. There have been two cases of death repair that it has been .permanently abandoned'afl Me* of visiting
t ttt. sup doubt. The
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notified
titeesass range government was dosed.
: posed to be from Newport He will '
.: cholera,at Bulak. Six probably remain in
JO. The total last that ,
J NenturoL Jury soonettMMtumatths evening several cases of Asiatic
deaths from The Gainesville Washington ram he i
cholera occured at will enlarge starts Ins the. West,.
Wages cholera
GOO existed in East
yards London.
15 range Every with
b>day.; just as soon u it can dispose of its the possible exception CIfIof'W' .
present
+YaK. rat 197. as was first announcedat t.hqpoEble was done to suppress this occasional
press and buy another. abort sea tripe aa'tbi
s'iThe
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; ..w...at dOO yards win: Amer- V w t information, but the fact.. 1V out "Disnaich"" -
..L The Flay....... Tha 'Mkifanna flotrter. twriUvM____ that__
g: '" and been semi.o
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;)fere:N0, making .a grand dally'confirmed.
LAMDO Ta July 17.Dr. report of the of
for 'the Aasedcans icedibitheTh1tLh ; Campbell: _J. $100,000 worth of moss could be gathered Academy SciencesMProlOolliar'ssorgttmexpertmoatB iJ
teMt .JJOT8
'J l : rifle-men. The, for- the American consul at Monterey arrived Death .fMTesa n...." annually ia Jackson county., ,is .

ia Laredo on the 15th inst; leaving hisconsulate MIDDUBOBO, Mac,July 1&--Charles Baker ia now printed, and Cbmmksloner>> LadDc
county
ahead furnishing Jacksonville
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Mjthtselg poiall on the
in charge of Eev. Shaw. To Heywood Stratton, better Down as"Gen- with fine declares tearfully that he hat not kept it
1x *ostiig$1threeragss. Bain fellideally some peaches. They are
Wi | day dispatches Were received addressed eral Tom Thumb," died at his residence back a day. TheOoooiisioner 'hat
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sold at$1 bushel .
at Sanderson.
dakag the shooting at two per
:lt. t officially to Consul Campbell, notifying this morning of apoplexy. He had been molasses man of hb own near, :besides a _
5 ; ..ill handled yards, bat ceased when Blackberries are still sold in the Tallahassee ,
him that last slightly for clairvoyant and herb
night the American consul's indisposed a feWdaJl, but an d ct r. ,Of
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.4shlsg 1&>! lis hundred yards began. office was entered by a mob of Mfjrlcapf, nothing serious anticipated. Deceasedwas market, and at the low price of course they are not distiagukhed in this ..
f- Iy Ali qad of Amedaans shot with and Ber. Shaw born in two and a half cents per quart. manner in the blue book :
the acting United States Bridgeport, January 4, 1888. ;bat these names ';. ,!
.ii.iyl'zrifer,tlleodlenaieclllmWD'L consul at Monterey was attacked and At the age of fourteen he entered the service The hotel now,being erected in St. Augustine accurately describe the bssrloea.

) : lariat ry their firing was alow beaten nearly to death. The furniture of P.Barnum and hu ever since will be the finest In the South The end of the S.eai.yar in all the departments
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f-ro.l" :,., -- and one American and been and will cost half million dollars. of
before the the
-.I' _...I.. papers belonging to the consulatewere public. He leaves a gortnumeet ia. marked .
!t-gaMi a thIIwraug target 11IIII.u destroyed. The information createsa widow, who has been on the stage with The old jail at Enterprise Is to be abolished by adjustment of accounts with'government 'the

,|$e*i fa-atyamtdaUsa.n The greatiesrfWitvpmaflsall profound sensation at Laredo. ,The him since their marriage in 1863. Theremains the Court House finished and the and their final. closing eat .

[fI' around. The dtiaens deplore the rapture between the will be taken to Bridgeport for grounds improved, and tills, thinks the The ledgers which contain the records of

: hy crow* eas area the Americans- onAartaMagthe two governments, but consider the insultso interment Enterprise Serald, is almost too good to the expenditures of the past year are"' '. _

: grounds at the dose bold that the United States. mnrt resent C'.I'. be true. closed, the -eoouII.J..lt1I Il, 'and the '
|!% i oftb shooting. Americans-are elated atfljiijteMBlsufintiss Sale .( the Fleriiiaa.' word fcFuV .;) .
it. An employe of the Mexican The Lake written'aver' the last
; They National A special to the fisu Orion from Tel.4hsesee City Reporter,. )(r. H. B. Unlike ,page. .1:: :
were some
: Baflroad who arrived Stoy intends the accounts of a private individual .
; tonight to publish

a in
i wast feabtfal of securing at is says under date of July 14th, gives newspaper the
: many p.hetbgid. Shaw balancing fa
{ after being beaten senseless, revived the following information relative to the that town the first issue to appear August not fallowed with the ),

: I.'. sufficiently to crawl to one of the public ,isle of the FItwi4iaa. let It will be stndghtont democrat. transfer of whatever remains over to fleenew :

jf ., I.. jew.... hotels and give an account of the oat- "After negotiations, extending Success to Us enterprise. account which is opened with the s
over
1./ OamKK, V.::y.,. July 18.HssistZo. The rage, .bat in a few momenta became several weeks, Captain Dyke hasat length Bigid quarantine regulations are being new year.' The old hooka.are dosed and

i nee .started at
I 'iftsr oral had despaired of having aaaiMaseauntof war still unconscious. over which he has presided for so of Yellow femr Info thi while the amonnta knnrmthtad Air-- tba
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the hiztt wind that aJ.'.. new year by Congress are entered upon :
Too
The place. much ,
years. new proprietors are Messrs.J. precaution cannot be "
,:. jemOsd ell aq., Boat 'won the choice Telegraph Operator's Strike. M. Don and N. M. Bowen. Mr. Dorr taken to prevent the introduction of the ledger and the new accounts begin., '! ;

arfatatod I the outside of the CORN,ex- The difficulties pending for some days formerly of Pensacola,has been what would prove to be a scourge. This balance, which the. jovernant } .i
asmtiflg
fysiag :that he was afraid the small between the operators of the various telegraphic claims at the close of the year, varis'aI1' } ,
i1' < Captain Dyke on the paper for several It is said that the Peen To peaches do the
.?,>as*would Interfere with Idm.r companies and the authorities in way from fire to eight mflttoas of
months and ia facile not the
a writer. Mr. Bowen satisfy fancy buyers of New York dollar '
*Hokalsd' 1..urud kept. length those companies, culminated unfortunately has been These are 'to..eight -"KA i, '
long connected with the establishment owing to the peel becoming bitter from
: ,staid 1 tkresgh the tint mile, rowing ,SIrinkaitsBWIO. for us, about 11 m. today in a and for about however are somewhat dwarfed. ,, at leaat
two being picked This
unripe. should
.' At the It flag Hanlanfptdi general strike among .the .employes has been City Editor. .The new years owners put discourage the planting foi they can not be in their relative magnitude, when the toW
throughout the amount of the '
.* wiagaad then made 29 strokes country. The interrup have taken and the sold at home expenditure fa stated.
charge, next number at $2 bushel for .
: doll per nearly The .
of the wires figure know that '
from la
...1IIjtIOCID .rae keeps us. the facts *year there was
of the paper will be issued under their all that can be grown.
;Oathtthbd. atOe Hanlan slowed up andtoeii immediately concerning the strike. All auspices. Captain Dyke, whose health expended about $482,000,000, which represents

a'ddakef.... :-In .to aAearfajsilhe that we can gather is..that the. telegraphoperators has TbePalatkaJbvnwJsaysMr.E. Mon the total cost of the government .
response been growing more infirm for : .
severalmonths lie has '';
the I twenty thousand tuberose bulbs including current .
,
throughout needy expenaw and
boat country intenet
Hanlan criedat %
press will devote himself to
: *Ifs bawim in out here.** : ed at IS m. today from the Executive farmingand under cultivation this season on his placeat on the national debt How each of tits=
gardening at fine
affeved waat'thIa.and'' Officer of their Telegraphic Brotherhood, a place which he San Mateo. He intends setting out I will be returned at a balance to the treat a
owns this One
near city.
a notification to work report names one hundred thousand next year. The nary cannot be ascertained
and
l..u.l stop instantly jatt
alongside and talked. ; the price paid by the atpneent .
s purchasers as$6,000 tuberoses he
in the
; they did sea It is reasonable to presume uses manufacture of but.the balance will probably notamount
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and another

that Jay Gould and other u 10000. his Florida perfumes.It to more than fire or six
rHalaj.ladled the four miles with an magnates poettivdy CI. > nfljfeB. .This
YiYslojest is Sae reached the 8| refused this morning to give in to FrepariBf For Cholera. is said all the government land on amount.. unusually:large, owing to i

bleg;;fateffieial time way four .mil es the final demands of the operators, and WABBDOTOI'.Jwy 17. The govern- Indian River ia taken up and the princi- the increased amount lor, pensions"and ;

.4 iskhtgaalaaffiminutes. and 57} the strike culminated upon the instant ment officials here are seriously exercised pal crop attracting attention in that section the large appropriations for riwn and '

wo=;Earn,-."'Rts&Dd 45 seconds. of his refusal. over the reports of the discovery of cases is the pine-apple. They go heavy, harbors. This year it Is calculated 'tlau u. :.

?;$eedla; lee fully a quarter of a mile The effect upon commercial interests of cholera in England, and extraordinary on pineapples there, and well they may the Government can ,ttmggle along .on

... wd aad. BMde the, fastest time on reclhi and stock speculations and Wall street measures will be taken to prevent ita introduction for what are raised there are worth eat about W18,000,00a

;JfOI"J Ahlaiiui 1 with turn. Hanknhaifcr transactions will be simply tremendous into this country. With the. ing.-DeLand .Agricultr Vt. There ia a nameless fascination in the 1. -

J ) :ahead that.the majority ofshore for today,and until matters can be set- enormous emigration which is brought In On Monday little boy named Bartow I Washington air. The Average eitiaen, t ; .

i.iallMt! pa- die water ad tied. In the chaos that the matter will daily from Europe by steerage it is feared Cooper had three fingers of his left hand living far removed from the capital often J

-i;' illtW"Dd Lee, who were create in Wall street,it is hard not to that great difficulty will be encounteredin cut off by an edging saw at the mill of wonders why the office holder who comes: -,"i i'. t

::1 I?M igtisr; :were 'the eonteitaDtII, suspect of sinister manipulation that keeping it out should the epidemic actually Thompson & Hart. Boys should be careful to Washington is so loth to leave ft that f'f.> i

%Wlsa4loa\had won the race This Ie- merciless and unscrupulous speculator appear in Europe. The matter of while passing through mills and near he will often stoop to almost any device

*.f rtrtegrsphed all over the country Jay Gould, who will probably reap a huge quarantine is mainjy in the hands of the ,machinery. Little Bartow' suffering to secure a farther lease of power whether ,I

and ahav after the race the questiont profit from the whirlwind he has probably i State authorities, but'the Marine Hospital should warn those of his age. it be four years in the White House, ".

;ntssbdaathe... sheets and at head- aown'bimaelL. Service has a fund of$100,000 to be Mr. H. H. McCreary is again in charge another term in either end of the. capital

; "- mn"Who- -, won the racer On Monday July 16th the Executive applied to this purpose, and Dr. Hamil of his paper, the Alachua Advocate,whichhe or only a longer commission in a petty ,

',Bia1Ueiaaals were wrongly given Board of the Brotherhood of Telegraphersof ton, the head of the bureau, has already erstwhhe farmed out to another. Mr- department clerkship. Bat when the

,$ '...--tMoa. T6eAesodatedPrees the United States and Canada>, presented very vigorous appliances at work on the McCreary should prepare an essay for citizen comes to Washington himself, the ,

: ---t ., r tilde Hanl-'.time 4 miles, to the Executive Officers of the several Southern coast to avoid the introduction the next Press Aociatlonquet upon mystery is solved. He may not be'able .

!r i-and 8 seconds,:and. Boss 28iadlOaeconds. Commercial Telegraph Companiesof of yellow .fever. Should it transpirethat the subject "Does Farming Out a Newspaper to define them very clearly bat .he cannot .. .

: :..... Courtney made the United States and Canada, a me cholera has appeared in England the Pay r-Tme Vme*. stay long in the city without, himself .'. ,,

t., M1 .rr.-minutes and. 2 seconds. morial placing before the companies the same measures will be taken to prevent The Peters' place experiencing In some measure,those .sob- 11 I
" '*t-u of the and its introduction near Enterprise was tie influences which render the
. .filet the Associated Press grievances operators employ- through our eastern sold last week under foreclosure capital so*
of I
'.. ._ .... es generally; and petitioning. for a redress ports. Owing to the lateness of the season mortgage attractive to the permanent resident ,
for
, v $12,000 to Frederic De Bur. Even to the -
; .Ial. of the same. less uneasiness felt than before rel- casual visitor there is something ;; ,

:{) Vr an talking of lighting the Sues The bills of grievances are as follows:- ative to yellow fever, and the other matter sold This fine orange grove could have been very interesting about ',merely I
.5lbylecitid at private sale several times for more watching the I
, tr. American Commercial Lderetia.SBCTXOS can receive almost undivided attention great governmental machine ,

. t rdvioes_ frocd' Havana are that theJdQagara 1. Believing that man's physi as soon.developed in countries with money. The former owner says he refused or inspecting its component parts. .!

,. '.... ; has been raised, and cal and mental welfare requires that at which we have direct commerce. No $19,000 for this property. The very atmosphere. of the'capitaJm..

t ?*damages' are comparatively light least one day in seven be accorded him pains will be spared to avoid calamity The balance of the watermelongrowersof stint with the.oftI ia1 and social life t". ,

J'*!wffl..probably;'resume her tripe in a for rest and recreation, we ask for the total from this plague. Florida can now hide their diminished that *ntr* Ahrtnt the _t- of--mYlIl'ftm-' -ntCl ., ... '

: .-'saory- short- time. Capt. Baker is an abolition of Sunday work as a compulsory heads, for the Orange-Growert Gazette, in a great nation seems to possess a singu !

*" who knows his.business and what duty unless compensated. extra I A cargo of 50,000 watermelons arrived of Micanopy, says that Mr. Flewallen of lar charm which disposes one to linger .
i k use I in New York city on the 14th inst. from and enjoy It. The If
:._ dais it.O service. Flemington, sold a watermelon in Loch- stranger no longer
ersl SBC. 2. That eight hours shall constitute the South of which number only 2,000 bie last week that pulled down the scales wonders that the office holder likes .

tit:BO eue of Hamilton fever says has he a regular days work, and seven were condemned. Old dealers say that at seventy-five pounds. That was a Washington- that he constantly schemes I

JI&! CII1IhoreIn yellow the UDited8ta hours a regular night's work, and that this load.is not quite an average on a large whopper.At for extension of the term: that; that, A

>tdcclo:.believers, the precautions taken both sexes shall receive equal pay for Federal Point, says the Palatka if finally deposed from power, he so often I
: Astronomers tell us that prefers the
observations most humble
work. position here to
: pevent.u.oud; equal Journal drive wells .
are getting to be i
:has quaraDtialtL. Sr,. 3. That a universal increase of, indicate extensive disturbances on the quite commonly used and a residence elaewbe e. .t Arousr. _
8 D'.disc,and predict therefrom are a success ".1. I
fifteen all salaries paid shall frequentand
.f cent.
f' per on in
pesOh from Pittaburg, Ps, of the extensive electric and wind storms. every way. They are usually driven ,Mr.: Dusenbury of Lake Como, has r
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be petitioned now for. .
' ii *_| < tei that In accordance with Forewarned is, to some extent forearmed. about sixty feet deep which Is' far Japan.persimmons five inches in diame- .11

.1'd...; '- at the last meeting of The .Demorest .1.1.Monthly is at bandpromptlyl We have had the good fortune,for the enough to prevent all possibility of, the ter. ,' *. .

.n; e"AauAssociationevery ail of last three years, to escape any very serious water being contaminated by any from The,best medicine of the for .
is full quick
and u usual good age ; .
dosed down for the surface while the 1
' from
a peri- damage severe gales, and hopewe supply inexha u. .
!\ .fteb.. things fot the ladies and general reader. maybe equally fortunate this year. tible. ly curing indigestion nervousness,1' etc., '+r++t. _
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lf Yl 'W 0bnttonbOled .
ve u y 'o tnding > !
maw, aot.:' +azyi'' three dlfferent occasilisbgda' ,r a' ....... .

', "" C e OwA Yf, 1O Wfl iillie.J8.ust.. ., evening. They 'PJ e

si 'of.' the- ', mo.E'fIl_ ,. .. iti1lt rle 4J N 'tl. Vi4 l1 ignn, tag a bugle below] 1 ,. .
with which .
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,It aneeeee.ia aDd-.consdl6 l Ih iAed i.F-ashlon JevgeeeUg J ,e IJRwr blackt'tfrzt,12iV&II I II I matest.JJiJq1 -: .

merii.aTw. ...... "' ... WT.m.fIt ..... al1k .J9.il lJ. ould play on' ,'bi M 1
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I aiWiffl WEftini Wbpfed :provioUck
sBl 'ft\Il : The. fancy for yellowjias JVP.gl.t he"thief '
RWem19J.J 'Qilxsf3D ilal'eup9gfavilg.; r, f ; just'rtghltMjefore : .

tBi andamberintaSasLion:... d o 13 : ) t .... .
r It > <- !:ul 'kfbbrtb"z'ctiie ltiidr Cet'blip'thin ,topazes csimedrdnr (e" .
caprice of poultry fashion or indQ "bj e ...
4 [ Shirts witte pique.bo oUS1ate worn and
: reiirdhig'-th&.rij
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4 iisd adiuoaraBiuir
tisuillyi : ..
J fftn'rd ei: o' 1J E5r eJ :;: of"I the he "producedamo&b&uttfuttHmehen ; ,yrgentlem. foe evening,dress.-. ,r..AFlower I "D w"t.'JwbtIi
1fi1 'W9 j + ,necklets''ox.db.lCOllarsaieia' I '
,. fJus ? antohTckensV ; was a foot hi h.t
.. varieties 0 OO .
tri Utjmlle 1IFL Pt tte bot'tuore IhanUnree' :tr ttiu f .pretty; no\'e1tJ.fot evening wjear.>fer{ I i acme buglett-are-d. : '
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': a.L. tn IP rnM 't n' 1 .peari .
1 e o e. otsr t geneJ a CO'Dr-ur-: ip'itfi of'ate. eI"sometthat' 'sholrt r ;" r rr:J5. ,
\ .. : ;.i; 1 e eye of parties even the tn"oet in if- ] iiAh usedr i'n tfiefc'a k=pit.Db il1f6suifktfor i' &ickfi"ia4.iSkittardraperiesl@evea: r WM, liulncdhate. .
,
<. and corsages are.very fashionable putting it to his
r line
|; l1a'Irt>r this w tliespuipose intended; .
'L g' r
1I' d6tlced' rb' tnp.
r ; 1 erI iuSell nave blusiilliiv'm 1'"bI1d; 'ueU1 nat 11y "a 'j' ep; ; was (nASnlrt'
-'
eoiorat -1d".J.- ( '
shades of these
f .popular.-new. < a
"in 1 hat the avenues approl'AatM1 hotbi li1efetWtefesfe& fir ie easilyrand firmly attached; stranger tean .ada .

f ." ; :'.+. m esr abG obi.pobltr7.ldioisaf e Iho8i: Tdezlo i Ueln '' 1 ( i..tleed f1inLtlf J| Lustre painting+on.fabrics fdrrdomleconvUon ce, ''at':tbetsatne. 9ijP8.,.
g. ,
1Y f. .
is becomingfashionablci.I1 mouthlabothhand :
h .. '
f "li
eS\l. tpmr aatlplhlonged by.visitol'S Y the lieii'ail'aignnd eliig iJi \
.t *"** !. Gold thistles and gold burrs are- .the t''he eh'ei k
ani I"a situations ..wliere.tatfMJI.unlilqiJ't 1 t ':W"dS!1"necessarily ;restlessandtehSMrpna peedIe I a{; it .

+ 'f "! Dietaed.:1'iS1plisa "ValWWaV:aa'1 jari.Grimalki1f6s *:-, latest millinery-and hair-ornaments. lu g;from fh1s'e'a 4w; ,{" : kt
ngejcaaIAh
;'. } : i Neck ribbons;an ihch-Widd'are groin fillevi"that' o.d.f}.' rr...._,m
\ .ate i1h ic.} t Q9.1W Ga pJf4R la iJL tierare{ :I \. ealthV''pace., ;; waVx ag ainjbuthiditlyVith:liuwd.wllarAt' 'TAmber.topaz,1 l Ull. muulOp''. .a i t :

'}: of themselve. n& t\1eirtpg\\Q: I ) '' >n seen crouching alonga yaUiabout .w fiagil'Iejbu*" .
:,: 1% f I '" j | ; and 'all yellow tones'are .1.tiie.;
: and
; j' r gl1 ,;cecqfUU J .-t': tbau..anx.. _.... .1 o(be5a.kindjo'. i nine high; ;.tbe. hen unfortunately at I Itlii4 in vogoe'for ornamental : '.. ;,: .

t- t '! ::.1 1W' ,pultr. )' ,Accite ,,of .alkiud! share, : momentbail flown into the:body,.of '* |( -The:latest fanc y in gentleman jew V lry.hand* ,peppered, .' ... the. ,.;'&r. .. ;,,lVjHoLdnrtok, f"tJ W fJfIt'. --,.,,

YO e. 1,,$ t 1.be a cyataes extirarel!r t4ecur:LasigifaA aj .covered: cart-that. ''prevented. 'any ['k rchiet is to have hem. to 'at
narrow
very ,
,00 w t ras fquuik o# ,a.U,,, _D..lU\\Q'\ none. are moreTI possibility,bf I her.seeing,the threatened : "!:' .b .' ..
'l l ,; : -; ;J'"I: | '8t"rawberry't velvet''trims'white,eos- t; : ) ( ; -rlt: "; .
to 0 ense...f\lJl-'a. .ill avoiding angers' DOi, a'gaml se, dang' A8pri Jruni'lho will;:placed cPersotrs,whn, } i4dt ;+'.
Joi J. ;,":1\ XLI1'r'.l6'; '::'' 1'hli) 1, t.It. < 'tuines' of"cashmere! and 'Vigogu6f'and M.
'nel ui: itritJuiik! ,,. and jiifsa'intthelpossesaion' ..of t.Uie pass.therq
1 teYsS.P.id\D aKgicaoiuu, >tnearestv I a' "'. aly'h ota fp
= > 'plj1:: .IWLP''' iustauies at"iecill' nira'- veilfng..a <*' ,c:' aw'L'argorbltick
"theDOtto m, :. nl41uare !Llr t,.. .. chicken'aud' all the .spectators thought | lace'tlch'iistwil1'bephi tug gti'er' } ey ? :.
Lm.i ftheniWves'toW'emorv'v6' :tfl JUJW A' 5 10,&: .in'place'bf- ''mantles with'-midsummer L J9 JP
? rsa foundd9reireaCf '
pod
t.: \\ : tothe' :experiment 1bnt the.ldea'Watserrdneoustwith4a wrie.llell
; HiI
ir.ID. '
. Y y P.uidj
t rt, "u I i deuT'lfui; ced'14i! o'd , :7: : 'JhP.: t ( ; shriek the Viers.P resigithe.ta sel
1 1t \! 'J w T ;.acre legh'orn flats'areless pulled out tpamDplee .i
, ., de.the f'.Pi/if! ed tiJig' initheir htfackhave lien flew headlong at the'enemy,of,her -
acraq JD.OWlPUYr de '-- '
, tito! .. ..... 4
: :--- I j f shape than fotmeifj; aud no-droop: "'-' ;:0U1If 'fJIl1 tKi
< Thp. ater; at lei1gtlsbestrlaid prostrate arid powf rJ brood. Pus seemed but little concerned ,As.aittatte
= -- ia'w .. : u.of;afar
! = : .. in b) ck and front. '. "t1't' 1
'frie tlr.d $
1in esplte'at'the atiperior
; 1JJlJ P g- Jess 1 a t1t bet furl: as L thejimpiiiiitytwith- draper HIJ .;
)Nartowribbons, fire':'tied-"about t" .'i I;
I :i'!1 ms 9L streugEtt"tLaCtrns2eliedbaforteti9adng' Lich she had faced ether hens seemed /it'btIMi! ,
i 't'tek1 long loops. ''I'i JeyeUtlw'ribb ,ii
.r '\ Incr wnnLt ; it"I:9.Jn avers different issue. I will simply re- mther to ; :
.- nc1. "S. Inspire' bef tb confidence, liked for both white anti black rom)WhiCh. "' .aI1. ,.&ism., ",.

., 11m .u ) r eVend.... i4" nit un.&:in.._tJ.or'dfj' .. 'der-ton coifple.of such,incidentaheieaitessalgne ; aI ll' .but amountutg, i O inipeit'urbafility A spring 'is' ralot oressespI setI d} t. :,

f. t i n i tA .i p carried the day;'and':also 'Terceivmg i the 'comiugl'attacks thu, I 'novelty' ." a"p, 3a rarely seen,in !ur !'lp

'. SDnn nn1rnaw .. where-the.04cs: twere \ivastlyr'lnrfavb! >r 'gttoorwi ti the chicken from bet-mouth" adorned upon .th .e4geiwith'Jaceanuftowers t =.
'lI .. ; ed me nnle th
"J&. '"v ,thjttIt'forms'a'bouquet hvhen"closed. :;.. -. ,itS .... Yq I :
"& th the wn.1lant S M or !Hh n .. t ,. .
; 1 .t "eta ruFr' thr o, .p'f >'j"r : : but"Instan"eausl'y..placed'one"'foot' '- [Dinners, in the first place, S ,

1w 'ftnwa t"Z"'oIIIi; tWith.-J"he' .c .1.tid"i' ',,. '|j ,J"In a very ru rald6f ,Derbyshire,. upon. it j Lan .L with; .haw, erect" lookeddefiantly,1" shawls of white'inull enib'fold- I't wo hourslong4rbA iaBbioiMAtbii
'
"The aha iai4p.ao f, :some,ten or; .eleven yeusbacka BJack; while a' fewr s 'e'eply-dra cnlirgatbings Large pout hasgilY: i aii_ Ii''Ftma .
7 !.D .V t H V"iw. ered'onrtfie'edges and in the
: :a .i aA t. breasted; IJed, pame cock (ouly-ij ama1I, at the a ndowtold. how tornc.swill diMng theEiipirJth Jiiil18l jfovir
'
.' .COUla.....fiT J a ....theJj 'fg4ay t. ; ,:in :ejgqt aboutsfour pounds tiWOvor .anxiously"* 'I. {tie.'lookers-on jttKi'/; */ 'w.t/speculated j ; 4 as: | ioilcts.be'much worn' 'with midsummer' ar ti:honrt'i .tIa"L811do11.l+lhriaiidrfeA"rbiiniit

: These M o t 35t..Ef.abouent t threepuucesastallteditirtLr ee ;tP'th' 'kes 41"1r4.'l'I t.- The Cochins ffcl poor,'heavy, I *' fc.7Colored s istneir W' \doiVt

; ,.200 ., lp\.e J1.L40IRI pr four good hens, and one of.which had 'j.,domesticated--\' dames<* ;{had always A '>proved i in self.cOlots: aciossthe'fiands mitts'are embroidered limit.ia'still: L'A.n:::Yeas,.l.1Jl'XWuenr-Ule",..4' :., =_ :'.aeiterial

, t i Jl1i ''fl+ y.Fe"e.., Mme chickens running with 1 her, about t 4',1"I their motions.,..and. .their;;. j* -efforts and fon the" toprivhich reaclie's'O1'lie;tbe'mt ; idoffie( dtiiheri 4 >

I ':'d tt'lt 1 '''08 .aortuigLt) old.. .These latter, .werenjoying + were I easily avoided.: i" V/il 'I.! :: : ,: foo' cominentathhd6 lan &b'ftd

.illliat I-b '&' w; _"";dr 1..J .therLselves_ .in; rather..an exposed .: 1 o so?now ;, a' blow,'the -eye 'couldSCarce elbow'Fashi b1e 'h r om. ..ii'black '|, 'hour aa' :half'anwnr ojft-fii',

:t231 l'Kn: w.HIm?! v 1'S''! );situation!_. .> 1. : ,;.ttliehawk. :windv\-ard. j J ,-of somewas r .) follow. *and, a t scream .AUVCW colors s ; ; ; a 'make anyp'retense of' lttctfeiifflrf.
plain
filosr
heather.. A that. on the .dissnniilarto 'floe otse-f V' "* ** ; anid's'fnped, rn:8ilk; 'l or the & tfie&Bd !to rim"xlac '
anything she "
. .0t OJi rile L 1Iirt sn stllel Jt 1: u I !j .I. '
'' ,
.
., .
.. ,.- y elle,1; or"cottoh"accofrdaifcegancebfUe to Etie 'el l ., ., <
.J''yf: !2'U1 %$ :,) 'CcJIX.: :wing"outlopking:/or th! first prey themight "'feline"gave. evidence. tluii"the., .contest '* .'Ii'', lt -' ..I.. __ .J' .h_ lJ'l'; f..Ii..,
f .' pcle DJt .jplwjR&w oferr Rf1.! then and; without k >.iot'so very .ii> :>" 'appearedfir .. toilets_: .1'r 'TqQ QJP.e.lJW.Ft Cif l.
: iiin : :: : ;. t \ i .was.rhUI ,. unequal as it v;" "-J I': '.t' 1'1' : U "r'Young' : ;#
"' mS $ JIW j f j tar the slightest warning dashed }:7oleiid : ; eto b ... Two l or't"ii..Y"i'; in* 'them' ,/ ladies",''.nunSt-veilint'. dresses ";' I- '-' 'iluriot# "'< "" -..;%
t"'t' 1 .. ,. if 0 IlEXCII
t It *':: t. pI '. .i -j : &/{ > ; .J: E)( w '
. cen T TorkTWhy,.. the.. ., .at one of, the chicks flint hadtrayedfartheresf rapid succession ossibte"made retreatevidently hays'gimps of velvet set m..with, apont X1i t' tif' b .
TERS
'''''' iKTanp iv : Ll"> > "*' *> > "" "

'r. .;: ., f1.M'II DE r"ilft 8osmpoth.jJolactistiC4 ifi. .. -.'-!''-f 'r from lr"j its protectoi."The"'-' : -* henhovreyer = ,' V the i 'only t wayih'atVemainetito-v '( -' >> back and*", frontl "and v"a high0! pun J-25''S '.int"rodiieed<:i !;. tl fGwhich ... .iit

t 3ii.fo exir you,im : .instantly espied the coming 'ili < -:: il-" ovet. on each Shoulder. .. :-' 'r \
W ; : cat-ofmaking, the.best an, '-. .
.
[: sauce 'HW -j : 7i -/As- .. o--i vyl.'u "'''l; i Kl' lY N'lJ" '' oonsia m. ag1a
StoJ&SteflfeWM' : i ]danger, and :flew, regardless altogetherof luelucicym still ,A f II81a .C011,0 !
.; Wl h f : I Ina I "'' speculation.2 rlVi{ 1Qw8YaYelYet elan i a giea eiv iiety'of'dr "de -
btr 'r storir. 'el ft :self preservation,: ,to the ,rescue.: olidiuracps.mpax'remarkableiphe, tnebpW !thp verse,} ,We
.
- AF J I I ,on 1 1.f\: e t ::and kind of.Vi esicaftoii wd t1a'Di I

.. ...all tnIio'uotat.. ... jr' ,. :/ag '.2.J nclevj 'This nrstenort of tL'edaantless'motheft r 'more. .."seized- .the.chicken with..._her. mouth. Call a ia of.t lace and. ,net, and,vis:,secured. :.'':!...r:: ?i e 1l 1>1i9.. t r'bettei -., .
saved"
.'1 .. miuui JlFxAl sort o certainly. ( the cHckeiit and drew. .and sprang witti"itupon.i wall. with a auoyln.! .41$!' 1 J I1 i'
, '. nun d lu : Iank acjatch : \118: ; Ii :1 ... bib +
the
attention of the hawk more'especi
-' "' "
f mrera *n 6. ii>'' Nevertheless,.bran erpcRttiedt6e.day<<: .The,most fashionable stocking, .
.eel n f;oily and ienaarkedfea : ally to herself. AVthis'instant the cock! ; are I ::C&Ser.The...vbm"is.,., .
, : OOTU i.rt t the hen proved close tqlller\] eels, and oft black,}strawberry' or'pdmxoae. Bilk ,. "f t; &." .b.. !1d1Dl'Md rnr' ;
ia'ien-y6u n f---ou that was off'attractedby : yer,.0 .. .. ..
twefiry .
.any. apeaty p-, some yards ; another.double "r .t ff4. :
r rapbrought both '
fi./ifv j .j ?ii- j n !antagonists brr.lislev.iamanochrbme ;t tatripesaiand ii unshed "OJ
; afro
to know: anything aboutjthe.rav5itf ..... "thef''outcries! his 'mate; 'went'jaliantly : headlong to the ... g'7u., l \pa! .t. ?-.1.
ground MTh checks
.
? t>a5t'/ *< *w-i "*L jeatfta e .being only. OOond'bipopUlarit.Jj; -
, i w it1\ a same. The j :
*.> .nature'*s,1iiuni.oi'them: .iMr,potater%..i'.,-vIilYou -bugs.s t the i'iconnter;add on first scat. then loosed the chicken, bolted to I Little folks 1't= S tJJt r,11 I ;''.'
mtfr call me a liar but Ineeting'' his 'Tuiusuar'foe/ i Ith I" are wearing'sMarseilfesrdundi abouonel.and If'H : : ,
11.r all,. yehadpotater another i less a exposedoutlet: ;J and tini. hbts '' ..,. } :
. _walk into kitchen, tuiiafe straw- pokes'andflats'f6r tliIcknessandoneo its a'";<
my ]} clu'tchedbp'theicfng'ivith'onf e
right ,
' __ i>dj VlT ttI'Hir :. 1j..1.u'fcZIa .o-Jl: ben quickly commencedliei'tansteaitol' ; >; sun i batSmbrotdet': ac ., ; :'i'' .
ana r Ti red", ot vw> ofaro "' hM inuU< or:.d bee phgrat1ed.J'lt'he: "1WU
pght.D"t. both feet of the nor '
p or bout II"P
which embraced the I\l OIl:"
whole of : { ,
1 ? t \ : ; liar bonnets t:' ; w -
the ven., jPant f- atqun ?tie potallpatcb'for i= He: = pro- made of Irish point1 embroidery! owlet, i.I .uqpn e .
;
in4 quickly repeated ortsof the hawkdiseitgage" genyt'and'Bonfl: ;weren injured, the henheraelft I 11 j ., .ffi jaru.,, ...,:u.: ,
uw:second crop!; .exclaimOld d itself; <,Although'laboriDg forbestC 51;; aL nu it:: 'I,rJJ.t.: Y'l ;g'lL2; .t IS [ an .
-' '1':
lf"
.
".. '''( r Il.'" :: ",4 .' >escaping literallyf.'witbobt ti i 1 'b'\ JjjCI :

1.' i: )wlth' a)'eery...V rj r altingT ,. ,f\I underisbFlniaterialadisadvantageh; h scratch ; ,although!.her'Artificialhelps'were 1 "BlacHSpanisn'lace cosrdnies aVeiriporterwrttfred'o W .,.. h .D1.'t1 ev r"r t' '

h he u ndo P.of.. ;J'eyes.. \ IRasI, ...at fcillifough't'"on''and'the{ 'result provsiiccesstn11y:1' ed;'' besDiADWVI:w1tb-gore., : ome1: half : yetloiatn fihtni.' J. Q h.crl g :
d"IJ' Tlietbfiig>ltetrairbelie i rjj' ffbo the 1
nn < r 1. $ w'ades' ove .,
.. ; ',. JdJ '
I /"T rTf/-r' .3- N jear afterwarUs'L/hMrdr tm-inquiry:: ts JI"" ('J. to'1' :)

po ...ofJ. TU 'there.J'j i" -U'looking'{ .?.1.over" .' ; t: ?*lt see an ap:=and-downtigbt;8Oiri that a:,lOOgint.JOn&etJpg.look was still d" 'foVffiesV'afi'faferSiatkwbSin&'parasbl;' t phorsiliilt H : .:J'mt Slae...S bv no,. :
1'sbooks to times the cock at- :others' thetha'wk j \ tlnd'fanYuY.. ..'"i)3U t .
,
wJiobought :
'
"
1o..f spgee1t
frequently .
L'l4i11:* v l a > indulged in by; the aggressor *'* '" 1..t''
il potaters lor next.year. JfUd by appearing. ta. haVe the ]advantage. but "rJJ.'h"' newest' 'lV hrrl. &; \t i"'i1 TRE ''r t TOF
.
; aigrettes.for ,
i ,
; (fron hats
wnA" AI 'jt:: wiii..r3TI.I always: afartr-the-icure.: .was fe l .and. a. iff. "1 !tJii-.f.'
'6-] Thetawhole .,grocery' was s tie] Jeatherstlevr'around, the 'combatauW,' certain bnej7-M7ie: .PmIrj'',and lat a'Journals 'oiwets' !>'tr.ere co pt'.of" !.fr ClIC;: .i. -ets*#' 'odrooping ''r 1 .2r Dr. f C't.r.t um4 !

Wh lltfzi ou.co" old and I >ur- eyewitness ran:rapidly"; the, '' cglored"Lackte: ,'#""! ut Review' that fQrdt tn Irt
-oTi 't brn teatners.wit; 1
.J t ao .uJ:)
have heard a 1ii1 rop''FrJ 1tr'"long spot; in the hope -to.prevent the.escape *-L.' an""esprit1'risingup: ; ):v from 1'r'l 'iTi taecentr 4.n. f..(l re cnbed. }tA, 9 il''I)1"i )
1t'rya '" 4 i -' "r lean: ;man from ot ** :t + .- *< ri 4'J7.r il'tJ4A ia ? i
I *
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JiunJseli.up. near ue door.. .Hewas... 'part were required, as:'before he < 'i iui i rllJ7.'Ut //Ja-.R- wit ilT Y ..J WMrtWS frq *.Jor'tLlUt-:
'*:''- i'T : u. \ .. '." '. f u .f r.1' 73 v' .. 1- i ? W'> il. ? JM.1r.tit.tli".sma
!
.euU&'n,1.. adnew-coiner and... ;.was acaogaauited t reached them victor<:Lad:-favored,: o t F ,-! ;( tt-j. :T Lieand: h tR a. ...ll.. pongp. ... .with. ....I..*a..ana .,..,'" .
; Ellington
111' : : liT-_' -.a ''''11 ; : ralmetio,is one oftGeorgia's W .a1 Mt1C! .gloy f.i are <<
with Jic wqrn .1irfj Ctime
: ," l a al1 tet
"PomtiDt", hawk,had received 1Pniag. 'tio J: 4 y"f.VP.'J!
'4 1-> j ?t( ji7-.iV1* >' -- 'p' owfohd'tLesThpur ; successful fruit raisers.. Hff. now.. fqr byyounglfdies ,.4"I'

his. .10tfJbi2er; V'.1 at. jjncleTHank" he.ex* 11.. .>f.-' 'a* b-<} : -. pf tlieeock,,; ,: which," has, -'about 1000 ftrees' :; MrKllingtondestroys'the Some .pairs. are one yard.lung\ andare] care_Tb Lpg.-tjaa taKen n..w.."I,

et .tnul.: are-avjiarI"/.Uncle it should" jbe oori1' p mind, was rsiliiplhe y ,'worms., which- 'have been intended to. covet tlWj.aras'w'1', tbetbody t4,ay ftm .}'u

HaTooked'oerbJslas6es-a;,, J .. the .(. 'natural one,; inbad entirely destroyiedj ( nelgouurmg p6jslClan was
scarcely
such ; -
4. : ; ; J I a drawback to peach orchai+dei; ina any dress sleeve is worn., 'T v. j
rlIOPJ.: and e"arn.stlf.t-, hew ;:the right',eye,. and bursting through'the : novel and :interesting.! and usual length.is a ten-button glove. .while dressing >Ino iieffhigeT] 'J""* .

holdm: t'rb isrfi..a..n.'h'.]be1inqufredywis : \ a.' shoo at the back of Jit, penetrated'4the that will be of great'interest way to; all fruit'growers. one 1 ** rt/ .*-of#* t** **. *. u#-T"Collarette tagTintoldinisery; ,' !be >trb !

; Piurl'Ioof!: ,;."" 'fheIi.. did.. ou g et.. brain, 'so'that death!ensued instahlaneously'as I'black, satin, \mUch perspiration fora n berOf.d:: !
iLI I' ) :'J 1- .1 All over his'orchard beaded
#
; are oldgourds tini jet
.. nU8.illfM'\\l.. .. me h .. j {a gUnSh r' Ii'waS'i.with ,;,? ut puf;in deep points, his life despaired off: 1.Q
.;. ), \ ... .' : JL .. J' I ( << ; ;boxes, cans; ttC.'i.j placed' .wlth.Jet: ; I
onstumps' tassels!
,
ballsom
., ., 1. ... -I-,. .'.'...i. difficulty':the spur could be 'dlai I : fences land trees These Pointst'are or lthe- _the'.abovesolutiog, JPJ 4,4cal ;-
4 are dressy
.a :; engaged;' and the ttuAcions'gra4p''Of'the the homes of the adjuncts the in1 :tw0'I hours, _.;
; ,, 'AG8rl2iirtSimfiarityILIl wonu d troyere,- and for,ladies who always' "

.._... v....JI .., 'G4.. 61'''' : ." hawk wasmaihtained'even'iri deat'h.The i they are the:little bluebirds;; which areThe wear.black.. ? ;3. stopped;.. .witboit 1"' 1q :

.'.>.<.<.:. '.' ; :1 ., a-: _4 cocks pfoved;6uttriiltmgly* '! injured- I so. numerous, :in' ow.' State. 'For 'five newest jet bonnets are without lion; and convalescence":. .qncr.'

:' 3sa :BogheurcQuldJrap: Glttle as }Js the eitel'* -1 fi r Ie '. foundation, and.are made of largeheads a .+-

v ; 'natural.as life,.t and.:Jesse(James. coulddrawWcxxljthat *'The'second'instance was 'not; 'as" these years bee little has bates been petting and 'raising strung on wires, in a trellised patterns l 'li1 is related"that tlie'81st ?uIl.! '

couldn't'bq} distill: i a- 'aoo"t"a icasual occu'freneeV:but, 'was' .IIeri and today" h.e.h. through ''which,'th'e 1h ir"is7seen"'and tempted by the first Romsn; wttw
.
'' .about >$).. e3 them. highly have occasion! sachtem?f!'
gulsbedtigma] the 'genuine .article. 'premeditated by a couple of fri'hdSbf'' will ..so a coronet of diamond-shaped jets.' has* been no for
that he prosecute M'
.Bo&iJiwerev: ;desirousbf' the any one killing & ., tion since. Man/Xrought to knO"Ji
getting ou lnfileilot only asa. test of (hedauntlessalor '10i:
them.us quick as. lie would for killing Knockyng, at the Wrong ,D33''1UvonV Jyi'-oV.la ATld'1 "
idp thelianging committee. Door t
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: .a-useful one of his pits. 'They ao'their'work ,chafe iI
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: effectuallj;that he.is troufclea tittlewith ,At' the' ou '
cry terrace
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Perhaps the deepest-coal mine ou derf xiiose;,f onUaess 7 Cor chickens< J1ad. -irormTh= e bluebird ; baths last Sunday an s-going : ::1.

-continent .is at lbt"iUe.ti&lEa.1 The added a'somewhat extravagant. Item to but r worms ,and Can eata'riotb'ing'' fenpatient.young; man walked up to the"' Ilex father stood at/the eats tafljnwithJ t
'fhlV'the door
she&s,376peet| deep-nearly a third: the losses of a notorious poultry amateur, sparrow' j ... ..> \ .. w" English'J. .. of one of the:compartments" JU1d'knockingoll 'av'geniiemani': ;ahcf a. SwwJ*

t! of a mile., 'jEvery 4y during the, busy and that;'too,among chickens? of high < w Jt_ i .t ? __ # "When the-came old'aoniss'ihrew out'-several hints'*
in
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are' from below to the ,"It seems that had for for medical studentsto pm ts on ? There wag a faint _
: sent : up pet a large cat ,! experiment on, ale and P "? At-length, anxibui; :imPatient: .

: ..tM(. world, the time of,each trip being a.g ,lit many'weeks been,making daily incursions as he could be killed first and cured I a silvery voice replied :*,)When' called out from the side stoop: "l'aIf'

.IF' jM'i 0 tle over.a minute.: and had succeeded not' only In I 11 fterwards. 11 I mistaken get married the! door, I "W"*"' He had if you don't come right in to supper 1>>

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4t:_ -"', pa11''ted ,t.. .;,. ioltiooliOss State aod Cbonty'sregetting under the law, for the defect in the .. B:&PLAlri.c P&J.w;I'tticelal&i.. .Ali1TA
': ';('fc': _reoeSn ,.'lats Into a position that enables them system? The constitution of the State of BROWN'S' ."BITTERS :<*p ::S'BroO).. ;:.\. t
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: .wjufrs'of the.EditAr to do-.more and better than Florida declares it to be the One of UM above uuned steamers will
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r.:. a truss coat atamp. : poe one of the very few tonic, Bary wnart foot of Laura street
;i sible>> : heretofore,' and why should we duty ofthe, State to provide for the education medicines that cept roB SinuUjrjU. ratZBPRlSX ap'm.fbrPALA&A:
are not composed :, and tU.
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pDEBmay-- 'on' file at squander our.money on'poor, and inefficient of all.the youth within its borders. of alcohol LndanH09Acapt.. '
mostly
.-BfrreU. Go's Newspaper.AdV8- schools? ,It devolves Does the State or :JT:&i *Ieen:,
% Street on you and by legislative .enactment whiskey thus.
(10 8pruce ) w becoming a
+ _RadiI mar beis made.for it men of your ilk, Mr. Sams to "make or,the officers under the law so provide? fruitful source of intemperance t FREDERICK rn B= BAkL'eptLeo' .' ..
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La mc.--, noiae"until the people are awake. I think not. Take our own, county for by desire :
promoting a One of the .above-named steaaers
*'.1' example, can an appropriation of from : for leave DeBarr wharf; .foot of Laura
Jke',OFFICIAL ne & of the Solid So..... rum. daily '.
*cept AatlmJa7.at 4 a0 p. m::. and
rJaetdaanvlUe
county., Herald $75 to |225 per ,school employ efficient A, '.and W.Railway wharf>at ft ix>
Already the trained teachers will agitation without Palatka Sanford uterprbeanda> ,
leading Republican candies dlate landing*. '
TtouriUe v
Office'at
._._.., ... .jVi1W JlIJtter. ,. dates for the presidency are beginning sufficient taxation be of any avail? The BROWN'S IRON BITTERS Connect at Palatka with Florida
: H:":",,<{'1-'r.'y.... to work the wires for the capture of the trustees of every school in the county is guaranteed to be a nonV Railroad Connects for at Gainesrllje Aster and Ocala' '
\ with St.Johns.
,':\;t-tl!;;" : "" technical instruction is the :I Southern delegations to the next National I speak of the difficulty, nay, impossibility intoxicating stimulant, and Eustia Railroad for Fort taeon. Talaaa and,'

't: t f may aay the' greatest Convention., For that matter the I,of obtaining sufficient private aid to sup it will in nearly every case, burg Connect and all at points Volnaia.on,the with Upper coaches>.,

::1tt"fr c Ameriam i system of ,education., Democrats are ;:doing the same' thing. .plement the school fund so as to make it take the place of all liquor, mond and Daytona., '.

_lyof" bur young men, and maid- But there is more show of, reason about ,thoroughly efficient. We have several and at'the same time absolutely road Connects for Longwood.at Sanford Maltland with South, Apopka Florida

f"-rsoelving'a mere cursory style of the Democratic effort, as the vote of the districts where there have been compe- kill the desire for steamers Altemonte for.. Lake Orlando Klsatmmee.,Salt and

> ,t I ieitioot
-K1 .and;the other thing does not candidate in the Convention, means not for a very small salary, less in fact than cating beverages.Rev. Daytona Connects and New Enterprise'Smyrna and 1r b"ach

-'i:$t-for the great and ennobling far from one-half the solid votes of the we pay for day laborers in the groves or Returning Mail steamers leave
every morning at 7 and Sanford at 30.
dries of life., electoral college, but for a Republican to fields of the county, but there were strong and S a,m., making,:close 'connections 7

,sr{ -lkie we may equal or.excel most if not secure the entire vote of the delegationfrom local advantages leading to such con- the American. G.W.RICE CJuristian,editor Review East 8.,F.and and West.W. Railway. for. h all,points.-

toper nations in.our educational facil- each state, is a meaningless and tracts. Therefore we are led to the inevitable 43-Through" bills of lading c given tom ll ,
conclusion that the school says of Brown's Iron The steamers of this line are'all'first
fw.i.'et.the great necessity of specificlimping empty expression of a hopeless minority fund Bitters: .In every respect.Forfnrtber _yM
is nevertheless sadly neglected, which can and will avail nothing on election ,ought to be increased to accomplish the Information apply at'
ti' :almost desired result. Without the Gn.ONbv.i6.i8Si. Ticket Office,corner Bay: and Lanra
esayuy 'wholly ignored by day, but which may serve by mere so doing Gents:-TIe fU.ii&b1Uit. W.B.WAT8OS.
1J! i body of the American people. conventional weight to foist upon the educational clause in the constitution be- ing ol vita force in business, C.B.FENWICK.Gen.Pass.Agent.SPORTSMEN'S '

4. of the:different branches comes simply a high sounding phrase pleasure ;and vicious indulgence
... ..,.."emttering. party a candidate distasteful and unacceptable ,
: of makes !
k,...\..... .A. ,d<. \_ all_ 'that the. most completeBiof to the great States where Republican instead of the incorporation of a great jour preparation our people a necessity; : .. "
.., study,now offer to the pupil soi majorities are rolled up. There is truth in political economy in the organiclaw and if applied,will save hundreds R. C. SCRIMGEOU'R,

# .1tSitwhen he_has i finished his course and | no real hope for the Republicans to carrya of the State. Education ought to be who resort to saloonsfor
TatiMst Naturalist
Mi himself fitted for the duties of single Southern State in the next cam no longer a prerogative of the rich but temporary recuperation.BROWN'S aid ,

A lliy'M i finds himself completely at "rn" paign, unless it be that a possible Mahone the property of the people, as more than Birds ttanlmrdsmonniedwith"some i Anatomy.. ,

'|P!. what he she is any thing else it has become the palladium -
or really adapted to..elsesd victory in Virginia means really a Be IRON BITTERS Everything appertaining to;
y has been crammed full of publican victory. But for all that, Re- of the Republic. Wherever we find has been thoroughly tested and fishing to be found at mr .

vditienstica. :. ,.fourteen weeks .course in publican candidates for the presidencywill flourishing schools, advanced methods for dyspepsia, indigestion, melt and at reasonable: rates. 5' .. ,' ,I

(.. sciences,' the languages, 'rhe- devote the greater part of the next and thorough progress, we find them am- biliousnessweaknessdebil- Also dealer in the Celebrated

xytiie4et.. .P- etc.,etc. ,' but of all the real few months to capturing the good will of ply endowed by the State or individualsand ity, overwork, rheumatism, ready brand for of Asbestos use. The paint best in and'all.

...ifs, and. i necessities of life and how toMtaboat the ignorant and corruptible franchises helped by taxation; often by the neuralgia,, consumption, paint ever Introduced for House or:

{ to obtain i them are problems of which make up the bulk of the Bepublican three combined. It is only by liberal liver complaints, kidney use. Oil stoves in great variety, '

?r tnzr one unknown quantity to the party in the South. taxation; that our common schools will be troubles, &c., and it never for family or boat,use. 'ltLLNSEED'OIL ..

!1-''';?{f' i D,It("Ii President Arthur is already beginningto rendered efficient. An insufficient tax fails to render speedy and WARRANTED- :

= nlf.Tenge American pupil finds, use the Federal patronage in Georgiato works a wrong to one half of our people permanent relief: Pratl's' Celebrated. Astral railways

''Aea, hIicouiseof education is finished, that end, and Mr. A. E. Buck is to be and adds to the difficulties in the way of :i

r: ;;atW$omks, that he has spent one-half to made the instrument for the accomplishment our officials. STOCK.. .

; |iiwallird4 of his time :on studies which of this result by judicious removals Let us give effect to the declaration in & Triple plated "Table" ware from

l slot: practical benefit whatever, and from office and proper substitution in the the Constitution ; raise an ample school House of Holmes, Booth& Hayden.

/ ::1.. to hagin anew to fit himself or her same. The same programme is to be put fund, increase, rather than lower the es- Lanterns Razors Combs', Nick.
tJ.% iaf lar.tbe occupation selected by chance in shape in other States. timate made by the Board of Public Instruction PIONEER COOPERAGE.Syrup in endless variety.

;. i a|s''i':the force of circumstances. As the St. Louis Republican well showsin it'is now reduced to its lowest Barrels $2.25. Cigars,Tobaccos Pipes wand ,
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limits.It
( fS j..fI)f n&U y ucce di after all, is a the following, there is one phase in the all smokers' articles., t
is the one tax the people will not Gauged to order, ten cents extra.
15( :f pawrftf fonder and can be accounted much abused "solid South," that the When' you 'cannot find

' yfj -.ielefyon account of that peculiar most stalwart of the Republicans never murmur at, if made general in its bene Honey Barrels, and Oval Water what you want in the other stores'.

'iitnitof the; American character adapting object to. it says: "The 'solid South'is fits as it is direct and immediate in its BreakersFrom tnsville just give R. c. S. a"call and

V h Mi ieKj b the force of circumstances. the great bugbear of all stalwart Re- effects. will be sure to get-suited.. '.
: Then the school officials will show their : : 82.00 : : Up.
t; CMBpaTatively, how few have the tact, publicans, but somehow every stalwart MISCELLANEOUS Fla.'I
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t 'oiittt money become strictly sciec- who fixes his longing eyes on the White efficiency, be able to employ high-toned, Tanksand ""

i; J-4 yet our, "Courses of Study" House forthwith sets to work to get a trained and efficient teachers, parents all kinds of COOPER Sri oux to order.T. 4 5 .. !'It.. i
jssteito difference between the astrono- 'solid South' on his side at the nominating will show more active interest in their ",'

,BST itkd the hodcarrier.Bw convention. It is inexpressibly wrong children's welfare, and the physical; men- JOHNSON CASH !. CASH !t !

ti ,fear of bur maideno-graduates ofVjud for the Southern whites to hold true to tal and moral culture be obtainable. LaOrtnge, : : Florida. '.' .:. : :

;' \<. V other institutions-are fitted their Democracy, because of the essential ..... JJTO. H. SAMS. W. I. ':'. t ."", ""
MOORE
'. g > c'what ninety-nine out of one-hun- and inherent impropriety of sectional STATE NEWS. WH-EREP.

; pi>expect and wish to be-housewives.tfcrirfourte solidity, but the negro voter is in this, as The Florida Southern Railroad is hav- General Commission Merchant, ...!

; 4 n weeks in Chemistry in other things, accorded a wider liberty AT THE "
> ing four locomotives built the
new at AND DEALER
IN
7Idojbey know> about'the chemistry than his white brother, and stalwart.Republicanism '
North, and will make twenty-five box
Il Af bedb jnikiag or cooking in general? can see no impropriety in
; :i cars at their shops in Palatka this falL HIAOQUAItT
t4 Ihopeewivee these maidens make. sectional solidity when it means consoli- Groceries and

); 11!J 1."Penes V01ll," drum a waltz, dation of the whole Republican vote of Floridian: According to the very low ,
tlesrnedly : the South est estimate ten thousand bushels of Leon .
? about the "moleculesnothing on some favored stalwart. The STORE .
I
; :and. know about a 'solid South' was the bulwark of Grant'sstrength county's last year's corn crop remain in Family Supplies. > > /
the bands of the and be ;' .
producers 1
1t ; ditLel eZeept what nature teaches in the Chicago convention of. can '.;;--:,--y ;

:it,: qbow,to eat it-and hardly that in 1880, and it is not difficult to see that. bought for thirty-five cents a bushel. Titusville : : Florida. TITVSnLlE r'. ..,.. : : 1;

with the laws of health. U.tU..JI. Arthur is also resting all his hopes and Key West Democrat: Capt. Ben. Pea- November lotb 1b11o. U 47 ', '."", : b."I .'

. :;;;} e"h::uplel81ve in relation to the basing his whole programme on a solid con, master wrecker of the ship North '::

"J aalikaownothing, ."flat" or some other Southern support. It is the old story ampton, was awarded $18,000, which is FOR INDIAN RIVER. ., **-

.\' *4thonld be equally, expressive in re- over again. There is a saving grace in to be divided pro rata among the different HART & SMITH'SHockledge o -... .,_.,,..-._.,\VJ,. '

}i hpsa fe> such would be wives. The faultY Republicanism that makes any sin a virtue boats and their. crews engaged in the S .. '.r'... '

i'. 'f ill>thk lies not so much in the persons and the South may be as solid as it wreck. Line. '.i' .. | :
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t. 1tislvas as in.their system of training, may within the Republican party. Thatis St. Augustine Prest: The Jacksonvilleand The Steamer, "ASTATULA, The Oldest and Most' Reliable 1

iif",siiiepirenta. and teachers. An intelli- the Bepublican view of the matter, St Augustine Railway did a good Will leave Sanford and Enterprise ev :t-. j

-:and.observing parent, with but little but there is another view that the Eepub- days work on the Fourth, having transported ery Tuesday for Bockledge, and will HDSINEf38 .' '

,e*itaui ascertain for what particularoccupation Beans are sure to realize some day. The about 600 people between the leave Sanford and Enterprise for Salt S. ''" I

1" each of their chil- South will remain solid in despite of and :. two cities. The St John's Railway Lake and Titnsville every Friday.RETITRNIltG ..; it' :

:- tsaybe beet adapted. When this because of the Republican party so longas brought in about 150 people. on Indian River,' Dealing. in,

? .i; _determined and supplemented bytraining that party remains in existence. With Jacksonville Herald: Dr. Babcock reWill leave Lake Poinsett every Wednesday .' V..-,'"{: --

k. :,,):" _technical th very best the demise of the Republican party we turned to his home in this city this mor at 4 p. m., and Salt Lake every "y" ,*

:.l s its'maybe anticipated and secured. may expect the 'solid South' to end, but ning at 11 o'clock having served just I Saturday at 9 a. m. for Sanford. General

r not until then.. three months as physician in charge of : Prompt close connections made with] .5 r
.gladly give to the commun --- --
-- space the small .
: ., pox hospital.The daily line steamers for Jacksonville and None but
; from Superintendent J. IL Sams, Jacksonville Herald: William Mitchell, strictly fint ass, goods
Sumterville limes of the 7th inst. all points North.
iV present 'sue. In the article of a negro employed upon the constructiontrain '; 'Aa, "
of the road attempted to contains a list of the parties who drew Capt. Joe Smith, ',
he Waycross 4 !
speaks,, we had no ,idea of per- 3 tf ,' v"
1 ??? jjet we are pleased to know murder his wife last night in La Villa, residence lots in the Sumterville Times': Manager. bought and sold at this Staid

*Ova, _leave elicited thought on the sub- having drawn a knife for that purpose, lottery which occurred on the 4th, but we ARRIVALS DEPARTURES OF M ULS. ,"
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looked in vain for the individual who From Enterprise to Tiruaville. ,
the
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.. uch we'then dwelt. We are but her screams bringing upon scene Leave Enterprise Monday Wednesday and j :,, 4. '
. ;jf i to lee at least one official who is his wife's sister when he turned his wrath drew that $10,000 orange grove. Now it Friday Arrive at 5 at a.Titosville in. Monday Wednesday o -." : ... .

'; k"1d awake.on the school question. upon her. The black fiend cut her twice would be interesting to know who has anti Friday at 9 p. m. -. ..- ;
got that orange grove. "Don't all speakat Leave Titnsrille Tuesday Thursday and '.
shoulder blade
each
the back .
near ,
. 4f5 ( occasionally some "tall upon Saturday at 5 a.m. <.. .
. face from her forehead to her once.-Orange County Reporter.The Arrive at Enterprise Tuesday Thursday
V her
; fi;: bring" and "poking up with along gashed and Saturday at 9 pm. Remember A Dollar will buy ,
:*e ''fear our people would get ear, and finally stabbed her in the mouth. Halifax Journal says that Capt. From Daytona Titu8TWe.

: ... We intended to He then went out, but three of the wom- Fnlford, by soundings, found that the and Leave Fridays Titosrillc at 5 a.m., Mondays Wednesdays, $1.00 worth. .... fc

; liPf and lefquestio.to hit hard, from an's sisters, frightened almost outof their. new channel over the bar at the Inlet Arrive at Daytona, Tuesdays Thursdays .....
and 9
at
.legislator down to the district'trustee wits, having rushed in and locked him. which he now uses has trom eight to ten Leave Saturdays Uaytona Mondays p.m. Wednesdays,and iEstablished

-} ':excluding;'any official that has any-i out, he procured an ax and broke down : feet of water and is easier navigated than Fridays Arrive at 5 a.Tituavillu m. Tuesdays. Thursday, In IS'3.

,I g, to do with the school funds. It is the door, no doubt intending to murder : the old one. If the report is true the and Saturdays at 9 p.m. '.

t! f? *that the people of the State were them all, but the criespf the women having coast is to be congratulated. After all Leave From Titnsville Titusville Tuesday to Eau and Gallic.Friday at ciders -* l *'''+ '

\- {fie;on this all iu pertant subject. by this time drawn a large crowd, he the time and money which has been ex- 5 a.m. Address to .> V :
Arrive at Eaq Gable
' yace aWake on any money making turned and fled in the darkness and up to pended in improving the Jacksonvillebar at tt p.m.Leave. Tnesdajr and Friday ... -.'..
' this had not been captured. Her there is only half foot Eau Gallic Wednesday and Saturday
*,a 1fhr'6hould; they not be so when writing a more water at 6 a.m.- The Headquarters St
der recovery is extremely doubtf uL than New Smyrna has now. Arrive Titnsville Wednesday and Satur '
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Ii .'of:-117: : i'1iifJ"u' horn ; theanaammatoryC 'the iDoth "'e body;,under i the amount owall f at Cooper's Creek,.whoin order to I four of he'

r: .' ... .. .... ..,. :i'... ..... .'t T."...nf"I'a.I W.I........ obtamed irouV'he"r'with'tiie. quart'tits which of the. breeds\ would. best tfce that(4k'n.oTy the wind., .; t

:: ...... ... .. ..t....-.;.. ,4fi" of",.'a. t1Ia* colnmonl!s'caledLr'perfeetayso8 >> and kind of iuaterial.'adequate.at the country .purchased some ; ;| '.
b1iilill'. .. ..... ..tw-J...>.* "But' each' artic 1 iofpieii ney, to. Hereford, and Devon bulls from .8:? i dillst'.. .
: .eo.i.i. from
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,. the* result.; ..1IDd"' whmmati has'formed at the seat.of produce.'the development of'the foetus of the best breeders in the Hunttr I tin .

.:!.., formerthex,_-.l.hI;;:tr.....al5"-. 'fronfan'ironfi : "the bop "' auee..great suffering, ando .. In .the. like periods, It/can'not .befW;' trict, and put them: 'into the I room. T:: eeffiw
;... -"tf* *ri"r* l!** ; ( as: tiiefloor
$ ; : .concussion, ; .in )ffMjnontiy"'lyit pa* tanH'f. s,fff._ ;Win sumed hi'.;theory that a mere increase of which was an ordinary one. After : ; .''J
1\,. the... ",r'". ?. e tJ or; tdction jv t-1, *'*afeet *V.*J pieh,'is" theTcase i the, matter! which'isgenerally the ordinary kind of food'win suffice to periencing a very dry time; he wrote hole In it. .JJ
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.fr m.&..J... ordboes.. ;very .small: In gixantittnd supply;all that the .t f foal requires' ,follows:-.''In consequence of"?the( was where' the ie: -I
?k : Ltbe ;
ourwith Lth '
.,, >. cqvered.VTJ'j Jj:The-t. : dark..in.color,should have an exit_ made. for: its'perfect development; tor"that drought [Iwas not abletoget pstairsliM 6m J-

1 c man i.C bong." i to. generally.. i". a*tJ1i NN* IR*'-i ',for it by carefully paring the horny. sole, assumption ;oeou|'imply' that the'textures -, the cattle for some 'time, and when :not get iatoj... .
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..,:;' the 'outet4" 't''.wr sgaetth'are'highly between the'-bar ;and'th1s under outermargin iii'tiimotbei'whicli-are; undergoing mustered I found the Devon bulls i .the top, floors- ,,-- f ......".;
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'" llodtie ;thrpiirts' of;the crast, beneath the '':waste. 1)y'. .11' 'must.. ',;throughout. 'alive, a good many Hereford,'but ,{ t I.P whIdt. 's "

1, aemdie.rid. c. whWundnlylUman confined.hatter.' ,This procedure gives' pregiuucyj be the'same, or of. the same a single.' Shorthorn.'?' AIlRed" o and have

"preeeediepob.1 tb6 being the almost, Iml'nMfate'reUetj. and"if a three" composition, as those which are, at' the he has found that when the ) poor ,little, thin "i.:

thlc1rMhi'i oftireitiiiis'geaecaily._ : quarter shoe be,used and foot.poolticed same pernd'acquiring' 'developinentinheroffspring of Australia once try the Devons There..wertdarap ...

accumr''at J;+ode:3prticala
,than itaithe' ding h. Sand'pt ftime be'found free',from that,painful Physiological, chemistry ,has not yet. few .years, ago ,one breeder .them, and.the,] '" "

+ J lt patnfally::on the.semitlre degree of lameness whiclf results froma : easily have supplied all the out from the,,1
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.... eaees' .... ; --t I reduced<< to an exact measure, fit to be
'neiveI.....J:. i-b,"'tM&Ptf"p.I: .,. f'point.;, I I suppurating' 'corn. .a But time, .for anew expressed in figures, the precise additions 'there wasfor bulls of that breed, I grate, together',m.. .Y

cud,give,reliefby growth of horn is necessary. If in to be made to the food of' such an I now be .knows personally..more of the,place ? .

rgmovirigtbetbit'keived akin. and' i the paring.away of the horny sole at the animal as'the mare.during the sucCessive I a dozen .colonial breeders of an atmosphere diSZ '
thus ielie ViD g u.e'8 aiwVe-incrtBbeziwtbit I heels the "c' 'ul'c'or: sensitive part, has and their bulls all e.1 suggested "
.. .. ., j stages of her pregnancy,. in ,order ,young are bought 'I ,
fro...>a/..nadue'*feiMu: .;:.'"..,-IbAireatber' -X JJCaeems : been exposed, and the latter has a tendency to insure; :the perfect development of readily as soon as they are.offered be opened a.._
to have Braoh to do". with. the to granulate in excess, the gransulations the foal'evertheless: there sale. .. n it now Aid; I :>
, *tTj--* r"r-< are some t
< amount of;* pain caused. to a humanbeing can be generally kept' within'the considerations! that may not be' without Another, correspondent, ,Mr. but it ,come9to

by'rebrnM'WhraTiain'exists, :orIs ''desired bounds by dressing them their use towards the. .attainment. of nald Wynthan, writing from with a cup,(o', ;tell' ....:;

'appr iilngthethlckebed-'*-skin, lightly once daily with butyr of anti- this object. It, is, however, necessary field, says ;-"I .have sold scores pulled .open.1 $fc:'
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.jncincipal y 3&i/tau'tbereof: becomes mony.. to remark that.a strict.. ,attention to the Hereford bulls myself for use in } half of,which waepisk '

t 'et Waao e lfciAe ''aSdr'by'-lts' ifa'cteseedptessriramAP : The general practice of shoeing- food of breeding, mares should- not supersede horn herds,and hope to sell many brown papery The 1i i1.f

, '! "F"'. ""fcausdaii&ugmect smiths, when a horse is required to be a regard to the. other circumstances ..' A buyer came to me.onlya few days _bam.door, .andjet...

-iH.vff J -Uon'ofj*- >, ."In.; The shod of what is called "searching! for that are conceived .to exert an wanting Hereford bulls for his wind which made the ffUgff-
_of inany7p0nans arekas"ieDsitive : corns," and then, when they have founda influence in the production ,of what is horn cows, his Shorthorn bulls swollen face, huddle;,,fc r

tot the approach flu: :nftn j s'r.a ,barometer biood mark at the seat of the corn, called: a hit,or signal instance: of success, all died during the late drought ; and, shiver visibly.e rk |f

=infBome-tostance. .; -:'.more. so.' TheseallusionsltothVeorn paring the discolored horn away ''tc in obtaining! a perfect foal.; and the I venture to say there are few .seemed to have no choke- *'
; ;; ,of human beings I nearly the quick is productive of much sickening foulness
farmer should pay attention to the kind breeders who have not seen and !ii .
, are:'made;not;: as.;fan antRndeddisser- mischief, and should ne'er.be. adopted.It of mare he is to breed from, as well as the first cross between the pure #v.,1';&; h.

tation, ;oti":.the, ,disease' ; but'for." the_ purpose I however, is unlikely that any arguments to the merits ef the. stallion of,which he. ford bull and Shorthorn cow. As A a.row. of, houses ,afve Y

of showing.'that', ;:although. similarly however,forcibly set.forth,,will makes choice.i tralia is the finest cattle country in same condition as tho'! .

named, the com In" the horse's foot induce the generality, of,smiths to alter 'world-particularly the Queensland .: which I have been describ :?.

:is QuttJfrdiflCTenfrfaia: the corn affectingthe such a reprehensible" practice. The.pregnancy months of the mare lasts forele'en. tion of it-and as the day must ; .is but:a sample o ndgh ,V;:
and during all this
Jimmn ,bfingyand| 'that. 'although Asa general rule, the mode oi,,treat- sooner or later, when they will be aajnay be.found all over
there is t j
period a drain on the mother to
they are'liot4'oaoiedby' undue pres--' ment most; calculated. to ,get rid, of, ahorse's the at least double what they now sell were plenty ofe t-.
supply materials for the
suretIettequiteadifferenttreat corn, provided the animal.has nece&ary shall within gunshuLYeti l
we do well to carefully :!
development of the frame of the foaL
ment ntom ihatl'adopted for. the a tolerably well-shaped foot, is to use In the the merits of .the different breeds, : in these houses',theM:
early of. her
stage
cure-Ar.-alleviation. ; -, ,tithe ,latter.. either a three-quarter shoe or a shoe so pregnancythe the most suitable breed may be lOd., week-not.. WT&f
drain is of
course small but.
Corn JB be foot,clothe-bone is an made that by its application there is no it very. ,, on the different i classes of may bethought. Itif ferja*
the
r,, tttavat.lot>f< af'blood into" the ;horny pressure whatever,from it on that part grows How greater as pregnancy ad- :On many stations where the cattle that .the reader.'cf iWi+-i1

tissues"of the foot"situated'most fie- of the foot which constitutes the seat of vances. mysterious soever may be in small lots the brandings have be in a house hi perfect wfisjj \Jlf
the connection between the blood of
quentiy-Mri fact'Rith few exceptionsatnhecin&ef the cornV: 'But shoeing smiths'will' 'seldom wretched, notwithstanding that" and conyeafeal. ?
the foetus in the placenta it is certain <
he i,lJHVe n atii cal-' take the necessary trouble I to fashion sums have been spent in buying and a garden'vA*'t*:.*
that the development of the
Jt d the ',6ar",&Dd the inner crust.' 'such a shoe, which should i be so bodily because Shorthorn bulls cannot at the backand may bapijjf .f-t
frame of the foal tkes place exclusively!
|*rotn'i be;ft1 dfie?pVmnre.t ere is'an made that it abruptly. ceases to presson: at the expense of the blood of the about for their cows. Then, in rr'f. lower rate per roomitta"{ ..

increased'quantity! of blood senV.to.the the.foot. within' four-fiftbs- bree- mother. Thus there is no room. for it is a fact. -.ind a wellk nown fact, are paying, for:, r

, part, a portion of which blood is secreted quartets from Us termination at the doubt that the blood of the mother -that Shorthorns will die long and ,leaky roofs rotten

along'with;tI '.ftak "q.horn, and;causes inner heel' It is better- .to have an during pregnancy, when proper food is Ilerefords and Devon, or, I .stenches? fltltau4,

the'latteoat paring:to;;present a red abrupt termination of this, upward supplied, undergoes changes of a kind any other breed. New Zealand,: and tenpence. weekier:'

.i ppeamncU, 1 If.if decidedly* most'iniudidons ::= pressure from the shoe en the inner heel .. to fit it to afford, at each succeeding say, Is the proper country for rent ef over J:70 peryeac: ,.
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to'attemDt fi> Dare away what than to. have it. gradual or- to. have stage, such materials as the exigenciesof I I Shorthorn,; ,where an acre of 1 house, and>.roqnvfo:. {\
is ttw doing I,what. is commonly called i a..'spring" I I will provide him with sufficient\' nearlythreetiaup-ML/t,
.'. ':Z"1... ; ..as development in the foetus at that stage
so but renders toe. part more susceptibleto in the heel, as the latter causes an undue require. The only well-marked change and water, and where he will not IndustfiaURell-

the' injurious influence of undue. tax upon the inner nails of the shoe, that has been-observed on the blood in to travel a great 'distance to .are chargingat the East-1

pressui ,fj n..'" iiebloody'exttayasat on 'and consequenUy-has .a tendencyyto mammals during is an increase But in Queensland very many ru for tenement.%thoroughly.
pregnancy
from the pressure 'ot th& shoe ;f and loosen it. Horses shod persistently with in the*'proportion of fibrine. Herefords or Devons should be and comfortable. Beth<

if the ex i fDg''causes be continued, ordinary -qua shoes: very: seldom This has long been:known as respectsthe although I am not sure that 'the it is notbing.shodro44
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the sensitive partsTmay have such aninS&mmatotyaction have a tendency to,corns, but thenatu- human Tace by the fact that blood polled Angus will not be found to to go from room.to roon> ,t
IiI aplomb of their fore feet is:8Omuch mortals \and,
setl"up1 them as drawn from vein 'during .the most profitable breed of all. poor helpless ,
'to caused 6 te flmSmatidbr'ia someinstances interfered with, and rendered unequalas a pregnancy Mr. John Smith, writing to the .. *J"
shows the
uniformly same buffy coat
,leading 6i suppuration or the they tread, that6me6ftheniifBitiyfhave r composed of fibrine, which is presentin ,paper on the same subject says: of fastening 'on. ,this. :

formation'of matter,'which causes most a tendency in that direction, are blood drawn during acute inflamma own opinion is that if pure Booth more than one.tenant t.
; apt to brush or cut. such were more extensively used been
severe lameness; the matter7 being pent speedy iBut ; tion.The.presence of fibrine in large I have describ
up and unable'to find vent except by'its are exceptions to t\-e general-rule.-truth proportion in the blood during our herds there would have been I < night we have to pile up
pregnancy
accumulation working upby the lamina Fanrters Gazttte. if any, cause for advocating the things to keep' the dooti
implies the ,simultaneous accession -
of the crusttothe"coronet;'where it I I of sulphur and phospborus in I tion of Herefords on the score of '.piece of, ceiling same'

passes out But:such; a,process often Care of Brood Mares when In Foal. corresponding proportion. 'Though it : hardiness. Viewing the matter blinded us one:nightr )
imported every standpoint, an impartial in bed complained in-
causes 'damage. It is thus To bestow some cafe in the.selection is Iby no means a settled point in physi- ) ,

seen- .that.acorn in the' -,foot- .-"of-the horse of the food for mares with foal will be ology, we may in the meantime take it can hardly fail to arrive at the woman who.seemed terr n
Conclusio .: If the object to be ,little ;ot.bet *
( is totally different frem i,a corn- of the worth the farmer's'while. There can for granted that a larger amount of a bearing
hitter at is the mere breeding of. stud paid JaJj
) I've
humanbeirigrinasmuch as the is be BO doubt that the chance of, obtaining food affording fibrine, and by conse- always .
for sale as such, .a would she said -"and Ido*...
confined to of the put affected person ,
:Uieskin! ; a good'foal'I*in.a.very high degree quence, sulphur and phosphorus, is required -

whereas- ,.,J.,the....._former.. ... .... ,,has'its- 'seat. beneath increased by the certainty that the food by the breeding mare than by the I well to adopt one or other of the ., I've sometime patt-.i
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the rtructure principally at the fashionable Bates tribes., If his so put to that my.cbil
horny ,
of the mother, during her pregnancy, same mare when merely-employed in '
inner quarter of.the sole of the animal's breeding and grazing combined. to go without a\Wt'o
has been all that it ought to be in pointof ordinary farm or other work. The dis
: foot. .The...s.-.nearest- resemblance" ..... of a quality and quantity. It appears to tinction between vegetable fibrine and breeding stud stock for the use of ; ,and ,it'a, cruel bard

corn in of..the human be established that any, even very tem- vegetable albumen cannot always be own herd, then submit the evidence have the places ..a'bI j

'..' being is ap.exiravaion"of blood- resulting porary, failure in"the quality*or'quan- drawn in the analysis the grasses. and decidedly in favor of the Booths. in. I went to clean.thit

from'.directs"\.Violence. ,to..one of tity of the food of the mother, at any I other articlesof food fit for the animalsof Thoroughbred Stock Journal,Philai, .other day, and ,the glow

theltoe nus: of the hgrse.the period of her pregnancy, during the the farm. This distinction is, how- .- wasa-rubbing it. ..Anita** f

akin is nevkrprIm y,,<
parts.affected are those covered merely the bddy of 'the foal in its development; cerealia or grain-grasses; thus the glu The Indian is a good deal of a the same dreary, dismal ruin.

by Jiprn...whijch, tosome} .tent,resembles proves the source of some one or another ten, as it is termed, of wheat consists opher, and i with his philosophy ,way through-fijtb,

in structure the. human_ nail .Butwhen defect in the organization of the foal essentially of fibrine. AU the ordinary some wit. .The representatives of discomfort'. everywhere demand ante. ..

; suppuration occurs, and that throughout Uf ,-and,therefore' perhapsof prized forage grasses, and the artificial Wichita, Comanches and Kiowa the same bitter "

from yCTimulaiion, ;from'. not.- havingRvent some erious 'vice in its permanent grasses, contain,most probably, in sufficient who have been Washington trying people, to' do? 'tt.Go4: ..

. .below, the matter ,burrows uPIo I I onstitution. Too much caretherefore, proportion, mineral simples required prove their title to Grier county, !". broke out one womaa ;
and ,breaks at the good o' their trying to te'
wardSj; : coronet can not be bestowed to avert any for the development of the as a part. of their. reservation,
oryi ween bat I4hoof; then, theakin failure of this kind that may be foetus.-Thoiwyhbrtd Stock Vourwtf, started .home, having failed to get ? I want to get out for o' .

aYtliecoronetbecomes: involved ; attended with a consequence so serious. PA. la., 2\i.' Government of their way of been looking, but

but'such'11.. ." mast- ......frequently. the case The materials but of which the bodyof They claim to have been deceived by place, and can't get one'

where thelrteral qutibges_have becomeaffected the foal is constructed.are altogether The Improved Breeds. interpreter at the time the treaty re ain't places to be had,

and what'is commonly' called drawn from the blood of the mare. Stockmen are always anxious to learn ratified. Big .Boy, a Wichita knows it, and treat: -

J. "quittorrhasiort; .. -ne",L.,._/ nr The food, therefore, allowed to the mare something of the merits of the. beef says of that little episode : 'Tea, ow. If you grumbles at

Quiiton,ILthereis Do 'suppurationthe during .pregnancy must be sufficient, breeds of.cattle, and as .Australia and knew all "'beut him. ''Big man. your rent, they; tells you

formation -of.,matter-and the not only to: maintain her blood in a New Zealand are well supplied with head, big nose, red nose, heap like, it you can suit your* p.

foot is of a moderately good shape-that state adequate, .to,supply> the ordinary English cattle: of all classes and families. no savey, heap fool." This same else. ,That's all the ."t

is,that its sole is not sunken, or, what is wants of her own system, but also to ranchmen haying experimented,with a authority describes Secretary by.it.-. .','.-..London. Ex. ,:

commonly called,'
desirable treatment. is .simple, and' for the de\'elopusentofthe.-. various. textures from those colonies on'this subjectare of maps, but .no land." Mr. Big struck: by, lightning and &;

should consist simply in the removal of entering, into the structural com- interesting and instructive, even ifdifferences does not .appreciate, painted prairies $100,000.
probably'
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all undue, pressure. 'fromthe'heel' by position of the offspring which she car- of opinion preventsucli. expressions a scale of five miles to the I: persona.were employed in
the application of"a theee'gaarter'ort ries, in.her womb. ,< from being conclusive. inch. i '
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with a fling of his head )0 -' : I he 'passed thatf Otto-followed whenhe I oflthe hillaretien'aced
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.;:ft.:..::&.7';;i >uch'of 'the stirpartlrfor "A chum ; :a', mere boy-frail but ; Milestone near the Temple"of ..Saturn ii ;.Daisenberger, the
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"- ', ; ,. value. of these, excavations.. HenediQtineUdowbo', waiGeistlich itie) .fW .1
.: fry! : exercise, brave to desperation. Beyond that I 1 and all'the"Other localities both within
.
all'when is ,
:.... ,will,be apparent toy it .,remembered -authornofthe Passion'Play: as performed
; Jr Qy hecatise''I: 'was something ,bow little about him. : the palace andon the:Forum Tacitus !
\
that the locality teems with at Ober-Ammergauis is dead ?He Aras
.. .., L' ,,
"" .inrK tdltibh'to all ,that '
'
: Shall I it
1T enter? and Suetonius mention with
sue topographical
: and'
memories traditional historical, a skilled and enthusiastic musician and
,
1.- '.. ,
j
; .had slave: charm W me i :! "Possibly i 1 might can, him'out." vague and precise, from the days',when I. c ..exactness. .c. in their recordset; wrote a' number of'religious' dramas-

, .,t rDii".eii"1I et Sardon'theScut-i ..' ihe'lIOOut rejoined, with.a faint sneer the massive atones of that primitive the tragic death of, Galba ; that along '
!
;'. :.1.:.rf eud'dsked I. There's a lamp which Cicero hastened ,afterFulvia'swarning'from' 4 The cornet player hi Baptist: church"
'Y burning.
J' ''' wall of fortifications whether built by _
: r 7i. .. f'Som 'note' eh ?" I' !rayed "Pull for the Shore," wheifsome
; house
's f.... >Ii. -ter t" .. The cavern was rudely furnished, and Romulus, to'whdnr'itris attributed, or his on the corner : .
';:' :ia ;'J)' ;vo .. ".'I|was surprised to ftiJcf- iU.80 dry. A other-of which we have remains of the Palatine, and convoked the Sen net i converts(rorebalpflzed' immersion
Si-i i by some
,_ &,:brown, 'at' least," wastfcea'excelient hanging lamp shed Its rays aroun"- The on the Palatine, were laid together ate to meet him in the Temple of;Jupiter -:*".Some-of; the church: folks thought"*

lc guide, familiariftwS ''wounded man Stator the where Romulus It nWnT1 6 i'an'f irreviereScer".
was reclining
upon a same spot
'!;tfJlllll. ; to those when the colossal palace '
::;1 wry':foot-'of'the country;aodas couch of skins. .- of the Caesars as compared with which centuries before had rallied his Romans lIe 'said lie dtd mcPso'niteniJ it, Y'i eJhe'
J ,
, l"r".: ee he ie surlY'. None of us haveliable'to His face was smooth, but almost as the 'Vatican, with its 11,000 rooms, and; close to where their Sabine :lost t his position"- .. ', .,all the r 'samel j ?***' \. \ ,24"biss ,

; f; f\e ; :make his 'acquaint.lsiSI' bronzed as,the scout?* ; ,his, e8 were would afford but scanty accommodation wives rushed from the, Palatine down ,, .Rebecca, t may,,1 ,seeiyo: $;

, f? jlpve'dlsappomtment: soured'rectoa closed, and he breathed' 'Iigh% that lay buried under a cabbage..gar among the combatants These are but home?;'-asked. ... +'thevetdantaixl1bash: u r r'Jerfmfah :' 1-
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.,.;tr .." h .. r: was not sure, at first, that toe was den and the very name'-ot the Forum, three'or four of the long list of indica- afr the. payer t9neeti : ''I"!''''

.t.t'f, .knowing-why" I bq'y bewm breathing ata.1LI.touched the heart and, centre of. the; great tions from the pages of contemporary guess*,"'BO,','t\ ,rea pond Reberesbutcan'tyau ,

-?'& ".yttDtlmeet' the scout ''Ivisiiedly his forehead, then felt ,his Roman Empire, was comparatively lost writers I might quote, each' one a bit seep. .I;> .ft:\>.hete- .....t.P". .;..The..-. 4''idea':

r JJi'b1iJs 'in t rrequ ,, and. at last pulse, neither of which movements in that of "the cow eld." of clear topographical description, likea seemed good to Jeremiah,and J .the"!too.,

;.!#.. rm.t'biui" awakened him. Undoing his hunting Twelve years ago the question p( the fragment of the plan< of a stage upon'ihicli saw ,theii;Way clear,to 'the,,ice cream

;+'" t ya." 4'aeated'upon a broad ledge of ,shirt, I thrust my hand inside. I madea very direction of the Forum- -did it extend the/great drama" ; of Roman history saloon not far fromtthe chwch. ..
? '
!behind' him was cavernous discovery that dazed me for a few from north to south toward the was playedi": The clearing away wNotwithstanding
the objections of the
1 iJ 1 t;beneath'' him' was a steep seconds. of all the accumulation and 'rnbbish
;; : Arch of Titus, or from east to west Bishop of Gibraltar,the little', English

i tifiitthe bottom of which flowed My fingers were clutching a locket. toward the Circus Maximus?-was still lying upon it\like; as !I have said; jhe; church' at 'Monaco has..beeu*' erected.

tJf "turbU1ent stream: ***' I opened it, and found thescouts: picture a matter:r of$.controversy. Certainly, later writing aorta palimpsest/wiD e$ Its chaplain.isHheuRevif.W

.:-Jt tB ,was'iclad'in{ ,buckskin, .and, was inside ; not as he looked then but they were few who continued to hold able us to put those'bits together;to who believesj that, he "can' make. Wright it a,

i bis rink"staring absently .as he appeared the day be graduatedwith to the latter theory, but clear as the localize with exactness the scenes his- wholesome restraint. on'"thejwickedness.

, j? l So'thVtop i of'the trees which masked meat Princeton. case appeared to the majority, there terlans Jotherwriters: ,described, of the place.' '\.The'iahopb'i'doctilnaiathat : :
'
> "; .t.... \'JIe'liad removed'his' cap; A.faint moan came to my ears; a was, then no visible evidence they could and make it possible to study Die events Monaco is
hopelessly given << to-
t j'jilibeavy,c brown hair and bronzed pair of soft blue eyes erefixed on my put forward as decisive., The rest of of Roman history as it has never been Satan. rvr, .. nfl.

...W ,. fDll1, po8ed. face; a wasted band reached out for the world looked upon. them as mere studied before, on''the' very spots and .
? 'i'<'tv:>;I.1..r. d1re.- Recognized him as a friend1io'yboort the locket. archaeological. coatrovenlonallsU like within the 'remains of the very walls The :large library of theMata Bishop
}?; .
;e- 4 !ia...\.\. : with whose nistury. I "Xo, Victorine," I whispered.The the minority and what they- taught\ afforded where they were enacted. Kerfoot, of Pittsburg, has', been' [placed
in the hands of.trustees as the nucleus
.' :tf *i bnt iely'vnacquainted: I change in her face was wonderful no solid basis of Instruction. .

SVK Illft: 'dropped out of'my sight; but I to see. It became illuminated. Ten months BOone cduld for an Episcopal library for.the dioCe e.,
ago prove Religious Sentiment.
!....,!:.5. \ : '? Bishop Kerfoot's successor is i president,
{ atz recolkeUon.. TherecogC "Who ? she "You
6 of:iny are you gasped. which of the two streets running along Theboob been
Nait4ic Fit- :thrill-excitement to'Temt'and 'know me and Ralph?"' of .th'board; have
a the Forum was the Sacra Via,and the .
I walked boldly to where "Yes." No one knows the weight of another's catalogued and. a: librarian, now. :has
(, theories as to its course were many.
: ; toward locket "" she said In burden. charge of them Donations of more books
leeiij lied. Ue turned me, "Give me the alow -
The difficulty bas .not yet been set at
'will be acceptable.
lft a .a r 'flahbe i sentiqg the intrusion. pleading voice. "For the love of No man is more miserable than he |, ...
rest to the satisfaction of all but the '
< ,
..... .H"You'are Sardon: the Scout,". I. said. Heaven do not .let him know. I am weight of authority isJagreed. that the that hath. no adversity." ,. ? *$'I! The, Methodist ,Episcopal general

fix 1t Re?replied with a scarcely perceptible dying, and it's too late." excavations made last revealed An effort made for the 'comfort.!tof? conference is to meet in Philadelphia in*

f, 'E dTlie'talf.morose; naif impatient "Oh, there's plenty of life in you," I the exact'line, of the-celebrated spring street others lifts us above ourselves/* fe P May next. The committee hay jug the;;

# "Victorine he must know." preparations in charge has done 'wisely//
rejoined.
{ Jedtdeepenedonliafaoe. ,
/ "glorified by a hundred victories," and Peace is better than joy. Joy Is an uneasy c
'twotherwlse' Bemon I said. "Sir I beg of ,T' in rentingssociation Hall for, ..thLsessions
1laJph you- f
| ands al18ys.on tipjtpe)
the removal ,of 'comparatively a few guest, : the conferences btt .
f.. lmewi"'how that. 'would rouse him. But I was already oufeof the cavern. more metres -of rubbish will depart. It tries and,wears .us out and of ; instead' ;:

Jft. |"IY": with fierceness and Itighten' "Ycu found the ball'the scout square ', that resorting to a theatre oft, other worldlyv
.. "gliredrat me f fearing the next
cur settle question forever. There.are, yet keeps us ever
ti: _Jdr1iaDd 'on ihe barrel of asked. with one or two unimportant exceptions moment it will be gone. Peace 'is'not edifice., The_ great"YJ UghWof,\ : Methodi&1will : .

. 'Jikritilt1. \ ., "I did not look for it," I said. "I be present; and much. importantbusiness
: doubts to the so. It comes more quietly; It'stays '
only, no longer any .as *
l"Don'tpouknowme"Iasked. hare no instruments with me. I found names of the temples and other remains more contentedly, and it never exhausts is to' be 1 transacted, .,. ." t....
t this and I handed hiia the locket. .. The work of the Rev. Ji M. Pendleton
\ "NO'lre.swered i, v th'suppres9edrx standing on .the uncovered portion of our strength, nor give one anxious, forecasting t. '

; :; : + e i; "nor do I w.ant-to." I It When he saw the picture he looked at the Forum. No one':.disputes the fact thought .' ,J 7s D. D., as pastor of the .Upland :Baptist i

? ; tlangbed'plessantly, the>m moryoffriendship' me with intense astoois ment. .. .t..:. f" 'l Church, Chester,was eminently success-
the
that point with certainty to .
-I, we can : :; AN'ELOQun"PASSAOE.-Itcannot,. '
[ ,... ,
, .M.Jo't. "Where ?" he asked. fnl fOm'its which
,, ".:--VN'. bringing :-a warm which be beginning. .was- >
! ruins of the ,Temple, ,Augustusbuilt that earth 'is .man's only. abidingplace. .; I
4.t'.it my eyes. .' "H w long has the man you call eighteen years ago. ;It baaf,now_ come:...
on the spot:where i the body of cannot be that:our life is a
j'Botf1a'' very hearty Welcome," Ii Jerome been with you 1'" to a conclusionby his resignation;which.
k "great Julius" was \\mied. ,, and to ,,bubble'cast upon the ocean of eternity .
' : .19: .Itkashrug: "Almost two years." historic sites but all this his" congregation,re\uctantfy, apctpt,_;.
:t t..., ,. many other ; to float a moment upon Its waves and
n dn't, meant' to 4e," was the I "Worthy of your friendship ?" is still but.limitededucational.value, I sink into nothingness. .Else, why these Dr. Pendleton is seventy-two years.old, .'

?'.-. __.; I *.In.eery respect for bewildering controversy rife-rand high and glorious aspirations which leap and has a right to spend the :remainder r

]Feel!'poaaeaeion seemed irritate: "HaJph I slowly said. "you will : :of his dayIn', ..bonezablQ test4 (rpm. i
__ will continue so until the whole area Is like angels from the glorious temple of : %

t: ..._.._...-.I!,'> "-"..,: have to.go back into the past, whether cleaned-as to where the Comitum, the our, heart, forever wandering unsatisfied pastorallabor.. ..'., '_ .

'1ih...;. 'J'uo.um, : nothing' you want to'r you.want to or not. This Jerome is a.oman. Orecostasis, the other Rostra, and many ? Why Is it that the'ralnbow and ., ." -.- r ." '

j; g1JifVa.2.nUY asked. None other than your old more imp'rtaIit,details were situated. clouds come over us with a beauty'thatis Practicing Oratory on'Inanimate .,

;U that .I. was familiar with ft''eetbe2Victorine Lamar." The excavations on the Palatine have not of earth, and then pass off to Object:;'

::i 'c#:irEdltry?_-Of his ear11el'life ;' 2>e unaer- lie stared at me, entirely unnerved. also given most valuable results. muse on their loveliness ? Why is it A law"studentisreported''"to hare*

Sodto wfiat iny ques ;ion verged' His lle sat down ou the ruck,' .and.buriedhis that stars which hold festival around been '
tti. The general topography the greater laughed: .out of Lafayette, Ind.,
,,,;)<).tlili ed, and a gleam of wrathffp.fiJtaung face ir his hands. He eould hardly the midnight throne set above the In
frp /", '0 part of the Imperial Palace, and a few are because detected the act of airing his
;,rrtsaad his face believe it. Not the faintest suspicionhad of the spots where events connected grasp of our; limited faculties, forever eloquence to liI fa'ther's wOOdAi

,."? ( ,'" he- surlily rejoined.j ever crossed his mind. The evidence with the lives and the deaths of some of mocking us with their unapproachable if there wen anythmg to US ashamed et'

j i <<"bUiB past dead ?'.' 1 asked.LttilD'tonteiited of devotion touched him deeply. ... ? And is '
the Caesars occurred, I have been ascertained glory finally, why It that the in this sortof practice or a iruufcxmldl

|: : with the pAS ent." 1 I tMH- his grait chest heave; it was my beyond dispute. We 'can look bright forms of human beauty are pre- be perfect hi aby'glft without'exercising -.

.., J '* kfihatevef.; they said, Victor- opportunity. with certainly on portions of the edifices sented to our view and then taken fromus it. Henry'M.'T3rackenridge? in his .
;
i' Her
J> deceiwd.
i Was true to you:" "Ralph, you were built by Tiberius, Caligula, Domitian leaving the thousand streams of our very.interesting''alieoellectbirs'.men..

: ilake'1vItli earnest abruptness and treacherous cousin started the lies and and Septimus Severus. We know exactly affections to flow back in Alpine torrents tlons the f cf1th i-when'he-lQnt'caJxMl; ;

. 31t tier li>ie s blow in the face. wrought the Eiischief. 'May angels and our hearts ? We born for "' ?
where the remain* of those built upon were a to the bar a Baltimort/in'lSOe: aai, .

"i E'anoseandstrode. very close te me, devils curse him !"Victorine was true by Augustus and others are lying higher destiny than earth. There is a succeeding, years; it.was his custom. to-

t tf:li beek twitching' :. to you to the Jst. buried. We can walk along the gallery calm where the rainbow never fades, cross-over J'to "Whetstone,'Point" (the

pcMi fmetit lirig you into the I told him the story. He listened where Caligula was murdered, and pic- where the stars will be spread out beforeus busiest part of Locust.PoInt today),,
became
F t", ;lii he saia'1tn. vglylook. on his and was convinced. lIe almost ture the scene described' 'with such like Islands that slumber on the and there: teivlse'-l''i-ll-Sjf -**
.H 'f!(' .1:: <<; ,t; like child under the revelation. At
' a Svetonius and ocean, and where the beautiful beings tion under.tl 'sheHervof" "
; '&i.tt"J.. '- and reliant just graphic power by especially Mtf; "
!;j:!1. e 1 ) ready to dispose other times so sturdy 'to lean upon by Josephus; but these are so far that pass before us like shadows, will hedgerows: One day,'as'he'was entering
to want
' :' i >.l1 the'naanner Indicated. then he seemed only'detached facts, with no connectinglinks stay forever in our PreeJ1ce.-Gcorge bls'bosky;deli he";found someone

i 1 6Baiiib4'i'I'rejbined,in'a'conch"stone me for strength. ?" he gasped. visible, and may well be likenedto D. Prentice. speaking in advaince' (him, :skid 1 ,'aap.proacLing ; .

ftl. ; u If s fifty feet down there,. "She will live a few lines of a palmpset'' decipheredhere -Se. with precaution, found" the' ?
to if reconciled to yoo.
s M' "She will want
"'-;, : ijttV looMider. safer just where and there, while all the rest lies great William Pin kney rehearsing with,
'' ._ T [ 'Half the cure will>accomplished. A Ion; time ago a celebrated preacher -. ,
'
,.ow : etttiepast'go. hidden beneath the work of later hands. delivered discourse on'the text care every point; sentence and 'gwfcure.:'
: save her I" he cried tightly a '
"Bates,
tfJYJlq myself'npon' the. boulderbebadiacated. hand. It is not so long ago that the lines in "He giveth his beloved sleep." 01 of a speech. which, next'.day,he'deliv,

f. : 'grasping my which Statins mentions the colossal number eyed in court at impromptu. 'Pmkney
;' '' "If was my answer. serving that a large of his hearers
:7 me sii a: Plj,1,1 tbe tranquil possible, statue of'of'Domitian the '' hla
followed ? I eiuestrian 'I their',heads was at'this time in the zenith ot
;. 1 narrate what were nodding he suddenly
.... .k 11"wl'yietwnhg to his face. Why of theiuten'iew. Forum and the edifices around it were and said Brethren fame-the only American lawyer with.
describe the tenderness stopped it
"
,a" ..ou" ,iBatesv'Cunningham.:. : ,- heJIIcL. could not. I extracted the hall Vic- spoken of as "a stumbling-block rather .is1 hard to realize the unboundelove an European reputation-aad htf owedr

.. than an auxiliary to antiquaries." s' ..his: great distinction to hia'assiduous,
becamehis which the Lord to'have for
and" appears .
: Ye$aiph. Am;I caged) ?" toriue Lamar recovered, a ,.' ,
'.' them afterward, at the Now we can stand upon.the wreck of large portion of this congregation." labor and practice.r ,
ud d replied.. wife. I met ,...
" .
goad eal"lje -
.. Connecticut the'pedestal of that colossus; and look -I r T. ,
1 You don't care to know ho.I am 1 home of her father, in t ... :
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: ; !* lIe was done with his lonely outdoor upon the remains of these edifices situated : t, The directory of .Milwaukee,.aboutto .

1 ". :i rep'liedrriib more the genial and I exactly'as Statius describes then! The coffee and spice establishment ofBell be issued,'shows. an increase in population '
:'::::X '-Vhe grin! "You life; and was once .
t-
: a We take that hitherto most Conrad & Co. yearof
friend whose memory I had can now ; at Chicago, was. during the past 10,000, anda
confiding
} :! $le law. ,, didn't. you,? ''
Loss'f
Ii i obscure passage Plantus, where The partially burned. total. population of 148.000.- _
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"'iivsiwsrjij" "'I1 cult
'' >* J0" court at Titusville Fla., on Satl1f\1 j ,
'Then yooll: wit flM Piano r..n'; 6rjran. PR June 2, 1883, viz: Andrew J. Carter;: f
PLOW AND ;
Bat'why,watt fcrttl-" :Birjr at:once LaGrange Fla., Homestead EntrV7: ,
:' and enliven toe'looig hot summer months : 9,987 for the S 4 of.S W i and lo( '4''It

: with mash;and mak Q the Harvest Home of section 32, township 20 south,";I'aD t .,;
, still more joyftiLr Nerer"";tad Jlf: yon Orange Tree and Vegetable Manure .9-,.)eas t. J "",1t't"v. ,...

1. haveat cot-the -e ib. 'Have you: ".not Fort He names the following witneas t& [t!,

\ heard of.}- i#, *. ./. $ .H":., t"if -ei: ;;. prove his continuous residence upon ...t:' ;
) PREPARED EXPRESSLY for the use of the fruit and vegetable growers of ,J cultivation of said land, viz: Wm.Bales; .
'. Florida. It will produce a heavy, but sound and healthy growth growing trees, A:J. Pace Uufu Herndon and Rlebaid'1.J'f..i;
\.t&IATEr and will supply bearing trees with the food needed for heavy crops ofruit: Herndon,all of LaGrange, Fla. i +!ft

. IT WILL GIVE nursery stock and' vegetables a luxuriant growth and In th :52 L. A. BAnns,;' .hr
MIDSUMMERSALE, latter tends to give good size and quality and early maturity.IT Register United States Land..Odle ,.'"
, 4
: The Florida Star. XOTICEsit'Ii:
'SCAM ? IS SPECIALLY RECOMMENDED FOR PINE-APPLES. .
p! .. .
. l- ._. .....-. "", ... ", ==_ Land Office at Gainesville, Fla., JT:
:i:.'" WALTON WHANN & CO. } *
"' May; 21, 1883. ;:
1
: .
And don'tWia i .know. tJiat during: .the NOTICE is ji,
: Wilmington, Del. hereby given that the follow..
month*of Joljr;Aupit'and September ID r .naDletJ settler has tiled notice'ot 61f'v.'

': ; you caw tray.at:LowESTEocrBOTTOMCash Ask Captain McLean of the sloop "J1gn to bring you a tact of the intention to make final,proof in support-w ,, :
. Bates by;paying just 'a .little, casdowssndbalanc&o h of his claim,and that said proof will bt' *,*
tat;:.with made before A. A. Stewart, Clerk circuit *
,'out Interest! ;It's a"dead"sure' fact and PLOW BRAND. court atTitnsville, llrevard county;'FIa., x +i\
'
! you cant aave one red cent-by postpon on Saturday June 30, 1SS3, vU: Job. .. :
IDsg.s.andl your cotton.. comes inHere Houston, (one of the heirs or
JNO. ANDERSON, of Ormond.Agent for East and South Florida. Samuel J ; Jf

-are. the.terms.MidsumrAer- .' .t't...' Houston. deceased), of Eau Oallle., Flag ,

..,.. .;t- It is the constant aim and intention of li d. No.5 924 for the lots 7.S. & 11;'Se&t'i
'.r COLLINS CO HARTFORDEstablished 18. Township 32 S, Range 40 E. .*- ...
; < tJ. .
.Special'Offer. the publisher to give to the readers of the He names the following n witnesses ';;

j" .' STAB, one of the most readable and new- prove his continuous resilience upon and" ,: t.

.. ,... .. 1826.MANUFACTURERS Meat papers of the State. cultivation of said land viz:R. O.'Creeca ''
>>
IAI:
Cash' eii A. McMillan.. J. O. Simmons, ''and!'l. \,
$25 sown Piaao
. t T. Snell. of Eau Gallic Fla. I
, IOCauhdown 5 w5 L. A. BARNES, Register oI.t@t; :
:$. on an Organ. .:1IT''"
.-.tJ,, .' 4 !"
And the ;balance. November 1st next NOTICE. 'i? 4T

without one cent.of In&erest.Rock Bottom .-. \..>: .' a [ S. Land Office at Gainesville,*F1 a. .._
I Cash Bates .,No Interest advance .".. July 6, 3.COMPLAINT .} -
;
in prt e. And If when,pay; day comes, .. ..... .
you'can't pay all, cash, we. win give ,. ""' ;: ,, this office by William having been u. Fee entered"- at'''

longer time, with a reasonable increase ", ,. -- ... ......... ,'. --=- Henrietta E. Strobhar for abandaald galalt "
of Chleke ,:Ludden A Bates. '. ;
price. "-
? : '. _:r her homestead
i .__ entry Xo. 5771. dated Olt!t
Matbuihek,Kranich&Bach, Ballet Davis ; b
.
.., -- -'." 1 7, 1S77. upon the x: i of X E aud.E
J
& Co. and Arion Pianos;:Mason & IL&.k ;'"I"-:5-r-' : Twenty columns of Selected 'tot -
X W
Hamlin, Packard Orchestral, and Bay "" J Section 38. TownslJJp 28 S, .
Miscellaneous '
=4 Reading, Range 37 .E, In Brevard county 'FJa. ;
State Organs.:, Every grade and, sty! .

All.with maker's names. and, fully guaranteed. with a view to the cancellation of 1a11. i,.
No stencil instruments sold. A OF entry: the said parties are hereby sumraoned -, ,

selection from over 300:styles from ten to appear at this Office on the 13d',

leading makers. .FUtee1fdap' test trial Axes Hatchets Picks d day of August 1SS3,at 10 o'clock&. m. to-.:t

given. .We pay-.all freight instrument respond and furnish testimony concern
.is not'Utlaf ctory. Six months exchange -AND- ing said alleged abandonment. TestimoI I,
ny will also be taken before
Henry Otm-
privilege given.
L'W 1-
, OTHER EXTRA QUALITY stead, Justice of the Peace at Eau Gallie,

: SPECIALBARGAINthis TOOLS FOR FARMS AND PLANTATIONS.Also August, 1SS3 at 10 a. In.
: : S L.A. BaCNES. Register.

month'in o'ur''CJ'and Clearing Out FINE STEEL AND' CHEAPER FLOWS 12 wI' Jonx F ROLLINS.Receiver.XOT1CK .

\ Piano Salte..,: 100 flret-class Pianos, nearly Of all sizes and prices from $5 to $30. Also, Plowing ]fachinea: Nearly Ten columns State,

.new, m"e'not'u" d a month, offered Farmers will receive valuable information, catalogues, Ac., County, and Local News U. S. Land Office, Gainesville. Fla. \
from $50 to 8100 under regular price, on
by writing to the makers, .
easy payments of 823 cash and, balance May 181883.
810 monthly. Sold only: to make room j COLLINS & CO.. 212 Water St.. New York.PARSONS' Complaint having been entered at this, }
for fall stock. 'Write'for 'S ecJal Circulars Office by W. C. BonneJl against U. P. .

and full ,line of< Piano and OrganCatalogues PURGATIVE Tyler for abandoning his homestead entry
Ail sent free Address I number C.675.; dated June 15,.1873, t
.
PRESENTED WEEKLY. upon the lot No. 7, Section 23 and ,lots
Ludden ILLS X 0. 2 ant!3 Section 26. Township 2 S,. ,
&
Bates'SOUTHERN
: .
Range 38 E, In Brevard county Florida. :
r with a view to the cancellation of said
\ :" MUSIC !'Win MID]>!...I,..IIID," eb.blmas.eb.nw.. .......tIInIUII. .u.penee.lIotriU tat.ONE PI LL entry: the said parties I
HOUSE CB 1IG.I.Jt OSB TO TWELVE : ....!'baaaotadtewud0aalthIfNebahlai.pouibl.. are hereby sum- ,
Iotwn.tl.a.1.OaaDLLdlheaPW.Lnw, eq1lal. Flarnetu...."'...I..leir a.Mlda.rRhat? moued to appear at this Office ou the.26th
orNt/brmWtorp.a.Yl..tamp.
t4adrorpamphn.C L0.JO8rreorfs tonIra.a '
SAVANNAH. GA. 0 i- day of June 1SS3 at 10 o'clock a. m. to
respond and furnish testimony concern '
'The Florida State Gazetteer FOR SALE ing said alleged abandonment. ''''
$20.
Old f,.
A. BaitNES, Register. ..
anti A
flat-bottomed boat, sloop-rigged. o 4\v, JOHN: F. ROLLINS.Recelver. (

BUSINESS DIRECTORY, Twenty-three feet long, with a comfortable fltOTl

cabin and new sails. Good breadthof E. ,
JOB PRINTING.
CoiUaininy tAeruaiiex, lushictg soil addressof beam insuring good carrying capacity, U. S.Land Office at Gainesville, FlJ\\' ''r;.j;

May 23. 1883./ :
the- JOB PRINTING. .
Boat is
perfectly tight and sails \\"cll.a .- Complaint t'
having been entered at this
Merchant, Professional & Business men, Also good mule, of small size, that will JOB PRINTING. Office by Deborah B. Cleveland against .'"

and the principal farmers and land work anywhere. For further particulars Irueoiaii anderlip, for abandoning .bis
address R. STAR OFFICE Homestead Entry No. 5,1SC dated April
owners, orange groves and plan- 26,18;7. upon the lots 3.I.. 5.i and 6, |

tations, together with a 47 2m Titusville, Fla. Section:!C. Township 31 S,Range 39 E, .

Sketch AU Cities Town and in Brevard, county, }Florida with a view, i
of Village, Valuable [Property to the cancellation of said entry: the I."
And how to reach them and other said parties '' '
valuable For Sale are hereby summoned to ap- ;
. information. pear at thIs Olllce on the 12th day of July
Thirty of land in
acres
the Point tf
This important work will be issued justas City 1SSJ, at 10 o'clock a. m. to respond and'furnish
Hammock.
Splendid new galvanized testimony ,
soon as the labor of collectingand concerning said alleged
Wire Fence around twelve Five abandonment. ,
acrw.
'
compiling the facts can be accom ...A. BaitNES .tJ. '
Hundred Register. [
f
plished. To the business commu young and healthy Orange trees Out Job Office is well equipped for executing ;5 4t JOHN F..I: LLL 3. Receiver. J
Forty bearing trees. Beautiful of
River all kinds
t .
nity this will be the most valuable book
'!' 'pHILADELPHIA.SINGER Front. Six acres as fine cane and banana NOTICE. fL
thatFlorida. has been 'LlishednLout
yet
p land as there is in the state. Adjoining Six months after date I wlll'present to .

MACHINE Price, $5. to be sold by subscription. the land of the Hon. "Win. H. Sharpe. his Honor J.A.McCrory, Judge of the :,.1

EQUAL TO,ANT SINGER IN THE MABKET. Here is county courtof Brevard county,Fla. my '
.
r a good for ; "
opportunity final
The above cut represents the most popular any one accounts and vouchers as adminis ,
style for the people which we offer Rath for Adrtrtitingi desiring to make a good investment, as PLAIN& FANCY WORK, trator of the Estate Samuel Moore' late

yon.for the very,low price of 820. He- I Page with book$50. j Pagewithbook$3 O the place must be sold. Titles perfect. of said county deceased and ask for a final
member,we do DOt ask you to pay until Parties discharge as such Administrator. .' .,<<
yon,have seen the machine. After havingexamined 16rAgent wanted in every county, to intending to purchase can make Pus Las D. WESSON: \dmlnjstrator. -; ..r.: .

:" it If it is not all we represent whom liberal terms wil! be offered.-g enquiries of Dr. G. W. Hplmes or Hon. 3larch 29, 1883. (48.6mX. '
return it; to us at our expense Consult ". IL Sharpe. For terms and further

your for circulars interests and and testimonials.order once, or send CUSHING & APPLEYARD, Pubs., particulars address A. P. Perham Quit- COLOR &ORNAMENTAL WORK t 4esact -

P. O. Box 1042.] Jacksonville Fla. man Ga. or R. C. Perham
Address CHARLES A.Wood & CO.. City Point Fla. WHIIE Alt USE f AtlS.MT '
No. 17 N. Tenth Philadelphia Pa.Marcnfi or confer with Captain Peter Wright ofwill II thrSFra goof

45 6m: C. J. HECTOR the fast sailing sloop J'Mist" who
,
SOUTHERNFEMALE carry parties to
see the'property.
RULE & '.
'COLLEGE. PAMPHLET WORK, ?
Hardware and AGENTS Wanted iiSfksefch.nctcr MTHa a I .CM[ "
APC T.
LaGranaje, Ga.Ofiers ra8l :iib; DGlUS
; 'Br0 ,
8I.IILJ.S"' 1
unsurpassed advantages in Letters w_.(>rIce u.-:seUug*_f......:.:_s'l r.a_v Nahaae;u.....T teras._ ,r. HonePowen THRESHERS Clontgi11 l

Music ana Art. Its,.patronage ex tsuitedtoafNerinN ,,i .,
tends fromNew,York to Florida&Texas. General Produce WANfJa 10011. 'I" a n4Prloe.toTaAon+)ow4 Wrttofvrlnl"nba fae OJ...._-\0I II. ."',

Last catalogue nambers 126 pupils in music TElrnRS( : .! '. ETC., ETC. .
lBC
and 34.in'art. for IPItL a.N "& vJ,. A&dresi NO PATENT
Annual .. NO PAY
expense J.Co McCUIDt*Co..rktladdphM.ra. .'I *, ,
board and tuition$207; the same with] MERCHANT, I PATENTS Obtained f -Hecha{1caJ deT -
music$267. Fall term oPens last Wednesday NAVAL ""t'BATTES; ,. and?Labels.I ? V All vices Compounds. nmrima.. +
in Write for eatalo Melbourne Newiidorld. ft1C:: 8.8 to preliminary ezaminstiona: d
Sept. >
ue : ; Florida. w PJ\ I e CIUt Sa 6&hlSou.: patentabWty 01 inventlons free.Our
114t L F. COX President. to embe Oth 150.. alit '" 47 I J.e. IJ alK.leiat.rSXltfaN.U.9.rr. GuIde for obtaining Pate-nts"
1kev1tDY Is sent troo
011 co. 63a 0IaIau&Sc..Pt \ 1Titusville '
.. Indian River everywhere.
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- -. ., ...;. 'j' .' ''1 .. If/' FIo tide. SolicItors of Patents'AddreIl8-LOUJSB.\GGER.tCO.
' ,"\ Washington D.C. ,
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t.biotluttkreeai rlNt w.a" yonnevezttl. f' '}..'._.. :: "
itind*wadsptesro m these i. ".'t nelof'i1&'biir''I: rt f -p<>r' mfa.as the ;]1Jcj.what thinld'* taiL' she -" n ', f.Weet.. "l AlrT'ii.;:WAV Y -. .cared. ,But,'.' diawn his breath hard,

.'i., 'i: len'tA hetat; eclio was nrimoTedracetim, pemmntI aantedaeatimentalltyof'quotingpoetry I !'I would lather see you lying lifeless at
iiae,as someone had'saM"abe wigs ble: Vt lN l-l' *& ":**&& i ab c flby rim ter::She looked, I the foot of,those rocks than know

1F AvmshegUiu ta x :jCoaninandcd'an' army,of' ...,..i..'- Clepa arriediralon became:::.desperate v,-and.].t flirted I thought; like Tennyson's Adeline :. 1 I i that'your ,..future; will- .be' -the one

...:.bariDIand.the......' ,nanieclungrtdther, with Cf :, Scarce of earth nor all divine,, i I foresee.-.that.you-will''Uv" ,
uxaK *nKfrT& even after she had.left school for sod 'MrjBientley, taot:even' deigning ,to ,Nor unhappy,nor at rest: onayourlife
tuiksandtwwtedlimbs ihowlyeti' .*. retaliate by 'alike proceeding-which ;Yet beyond expression fair I ofaelflahnessanddisiegard! = making;
: gars ye'bateburne; ety. ,With the floating golden hair I men suffer as I. know.they can suffer
'vent caaaow.ntido I rr "She,.repU laufhihgly to Mau 's remark = would have been a slight satisfaction- .The TOM lips and sweet blue eyes; I with no knowledge Lot the divine self-,
done to I ,
yya4iJeanbare you. a 'and'turned to. 'spent the"time in 'her wrY'preience and I secretly wondered if so' :
receive the greet ,too, being sacrifice of loving! though Jt be .hopelessly

the Spring bexven is lei o thlland erhead,;.. ; ings..of Captain Lacy; and it was then with'apparent indifference to her proceedings near death 'had frightened all of..the II of being loved in return. I would

i-i ty fight i Jloomje will not stand, that Mr. Brentley'entered and, coming and enjoyment' of the' society, wickedness out of her. 'rather you"had died. as:you Jay unconscious ; I
}' i J Vs bet jha pes-be dead f offer,to Mrs. Vernon, apologized fer his ,of Mrs. Vernon and auntie! That evening, while we were sitting : > In my' arms...'" '* ,- -. -
-break forth from buds unseen, I could it all Clem. i
telling
see '
tardiness. was on
in
the
twilight holding a"Quaker meeting "
%Rci U th ,wood is clothed in green. I was not wholly unconcious."
\- ,. .* ; A man' 'whom she had used "
As I against ,
was standin? near, Mrs. Vernon, silent, yet enjoying ourselves, I The voice came low and'clear.. .
that from high intentf
r: : your introduced us, and alter acknowledging in'vain her whole battery of charms wondering what was the matter'with
r) J bitter fate are barred. I Clem did not lookup;but: her expression -
.4: rh past all hopes your lives be bent it very gracefully he commenced some I waS an anomaly. Clem and what she was thinking of, was In a degree triumphant:
) [ all healing scarred; "Xo woman who is not saint likes
past a
polite commonplace about and Mrs. Vernon came in with
yetlmra of tbew,to r"they the city a message "You 'were''nott: 'Then. "you? have
g at ya would, but what ye map t country, got halfway through, and indifference. from Mr. Brentley."He more of a triumph:than'I had intended.
paused-not a long but And Clem was by no means a saint is in the library dear she
very pause, so : my You have honored mer by' doing 'battle 't
:Conquered at Last. plainly uncalled for in the middle of asentence How any man with the vestige of a said, "and would like to see you. He' with me. Miss'Darcy,fusing: all- your
__ that I looked heart could resist her was to me a won. leaves
v up surprised; us in the morning. battery of charms? and; though 1 may

t down,.at the Vemons it'1 all and, following his glance, saw that der Clem rose! quietly.. be wounded,-you will do'me'tlie justiceto

Clem had turned and raised her beauti- But though I was almost certain that "I will go down," she sai3.And acknowledge it is hardly' a victory

here inyited'there for August, .ful eyes; and for the first time they I the quiet of Cyril' Brentley's manner was down she went in her simple since I have not.surrendered. .Goodbye -

r tits }nvitation came Cleindearei saw each other. the result of a stern effort of will, the white robes. ,.Clemence- Shall we not"call it an

} I
e tnot one step;,'it eras sure to be and then Mr. Hazelton, on the other. human enough to be terribly in love by dint of perseveringly questioning two lIe held out his'hand,'but C eoi'wi S

t'' ,t phe card.. 'UA11 sorts of horrid 'side, claimed my attention. with the winsome little coquette, to all very dear relatives of mine-my brother standing pale aria defiant;with her face

y r leand.n.. a.man worth amusing, But I'managed, while attending to appearance he was endowed with In- and sister. turned from him:-" ,

* Il"eeliwitti.." | him, to-hear Mr. Brentley say to our vulnerability. Clem walked into the library, which "You will not ? Then adieu, Miss

*r.( Vjftuilie was in despair, and I' was'as hostess : And Clem ? was dimly lighted (thoughtful Mrs. Darcy "' '

Pi g J it.was. 'possible fox: me to be Will 'you; tell me who that is with Considering the fact that it was onlya Vernon !) with perfect certainty of the He turned to go,butonewOrdstopped''l
the wonderful trial of skill, the way it affected her *....
result.
golden hair ? *
.:,' .; 'fwianei: ;19r.ri r prayers, like our reproaeaeswere him and he looked back, _
Mrs. Vernon looked amazed then was mysterious. The nervous restlessness the U Wait : > ..;""
,
.' ;* _of no avail ; she relerredjboth Although she gone, !I" : : ..... _.. A. 'f-:
t: "l with the calmest indiffer- | laughed. was outwardly tranquil uncertainty and doubt.It Down on the' floor: went'th4 .ioyelyfan '"

. Tw1fInen;- "" "My dear Cyril," she said, "ha.eyou although she made no sign, I saw she was a clear open field to her then ; drenched with tears:werethe.: "eyes

, ] > ,'*i the very last moment, after become ensnared in those golden I was possessed by a strong nervous ex for the first time she was sure she held that bad done such*execution,'and" the

j' t had spent eloquence: sufficient to move meshes ? That wonderful' hair may citement.She the vantage. voice, sweet, with a quiver of pain in it,
only be the net of a and was sleepless. Cyril then to meet her. !
' > t e, and<< when auntie, with mars syren, you came said : :*r< '

;t. tpcdom+written on every line of her dear know you abhor a flirt." Pride Xo fatigue in seemed to affect her. "Forgive me," she said, with a "'Vait.wait I Oh,* Cyril,'*I .surrender .
was
''f, Xdlfsce. ,'and visions of hot, dusty waters "She is not a flirt," said I Cyril, so arms. charming smile ; "I forgot you were !I" "r" t
She had beaten retreat in her ...
never a
; ingplacesfloating" before her, was'rt decidedly that I turned to look at him to leave in the morning. ,I always delude ::., + .
life-never in all her life been
wriagnegrets :and excuses. to Mrs. and catch Mrs. V rnon's significant conquered myself till the last moment with Spoillng'a Frock'Coat;
there Clem amused "I could think ; and she said to me one night, as I the belief that .- .
., b Qernpn?. came a letter to glance. so anything pleasant will go '
: see stood before the glass with her J
;'f-i + froroi: 4inra Irvington-three sheets ,were the, face less pure and unconcious.It pretty teeth tight shut on forever. But," suddenly changing to In the first-lass ocean steamships, as
, :
'dowel .' written, and in the very last is a theory of mine that no one can sweet, solemn gravity, "I did not for- the Bothnia;the Alaska, the Britannia, I
"Fan he shall surrender I"
.1. posterript' 'She mentioned that her I trifle with all that is holiest in the affec- get that I owe to you my life, and"- the Arizona;the Baltic; and the Spain '....
the Ver- tions without it leaving the sign Hrifler' And se it went on till the third day lifting her glorious the -
: iwsin; Cyril Brentley, was at :, eyes- possibility which carry from 150 to.200 cabin passengers -
li7
t' .THen Clem immediately announced the coquette at sight. But you have We had all of us stayed longer than poor! I hope you understand that; I feel dress for dinner-the ladies in semi-evening *

':jtie,b1d: 'changed her mind, took posses- not told me the name." we had at first intended, and Cyril I owe you more than lean ever hope to toilet' ;the gentiemenHri. frock

f 'Y lion"otaun i'ls partially-written regrets "Xo," laughed Mrs. Vernon ; "I Brentley that morning had announcedhis repay-that anything I could do to les- coats. 'A good :story is-told by,Purser IXt

*|4iiifxcnses, kissed us both into forgiveness will introduce you after tea." departure on the next. sen the weight of gratitude would be >ppens, of the Cunard'Line : "It ':a

..' "of her extremely wicked' behavior, After tea I saw her, with Mr. Brent- We were all going out on tlie cliffs done gladly." a rule, sir,"'said a steward to a tall,.fair f

, fd Coinmencfd packing her own trunksll'lith. Icy in close atte dance, slowly makingher for a farewellllicnic. And her eyes were misty with passenger, "to put one a'frock coat at

; ; ,,.,.,, .."ll ."-energy which I knew meant way to where Clem stood, a charm- You have seen the cliffs. tears. dinner." This was after the vessel had .,
"., ;, ;E'' ing picture against the background of They rise straight and tall up from Cyril's reply was cold, almost stern. been two days at sea The passenger" f j I

?i! ,'",: Tonn think it strange- ? exquisite lace curtains. the river-most terrible to climb ; but "To whatever of service there was in persisted in wearing. ; his suit of'llght'j, '

P" *'" %"": ,ell,r we didn't.. She.._ was perfectly) conscious. they were the magnificent view from the top relays the act, Miss Darcy, you :are perfectly tweed, and the request was' reiterated t ''.

: .t) TAuntie: and .1'were perfectly used to approaching her, but she bad not been you. welcome. As for, myself, I shall be on the following day, which happened

,;i i ud- ';caprices- ;: she always f ruled18, through two seasons of hard flirting Clem was a siren indeed that day. fully repaid in the thought that 1 have to be a stormy one The vessel lurched .

iK
t :*i *YetI was certain it was not pure appear conscious. flirted desperately. disfigurement, though it be to the de- a frock coat of exquisite fineness. The i.

. *< piice that "made "my lady" change "Clemence," said Mrs. Vernon, ler In the afternoon Cyril Brentley took struction of many of my brethren. contents of a plate of ;soup, however

f her mind that time but that bit of in- voice trembling with mischief, "Mr. I i I her away up to the top of the tallest May I offer you a chairdrawing soon destroyed its gloss, and the'gentleman '

', it formation: about Cyril Brentley. Brentley has requested the honor of an cliff to see the view. one directly under the light of the chan- retired abruptly in'confusion.' He

C t ',,*Yonrsee.his reputation for being uncoaqperable introduction. Miss Clem Darcy-Mr. While they were standing lookingout delier. said nothing; however, until Liverpoolwas

J was quite equal to her Cyril Brentley." at the river she took a step nearer Clem accepted the chair. reached, 'when, placing, a letter in

:' cons the. most outrageous flirt in so- The man actually started, but he the edge to see over. There was a faint pink flush over her the hands of the purser, ,he desired him

..J' ;fr. ".eiety- ... .," hurried to acknowledge the introduc "Miss Clem," said Cyril, "it is not throat and face, but her eyes were to give it to the manager of the line. !
""'"<*CIeml0veda; foeman worthy of here safe for you to do that ; this cliff over- clear and untroubled.She Its contents were as follows : j

: lf and had been "put on her mttfe" tion.Clem was making her most gracefulbow hangs a little, and it may not be all opened her fan, a wonder of ex- "The-Line. ;

, '; concerning him several times ; and and did not notice it. solid ground beneath your feet. quisitely-carved sandalwood and lace, '*To the Earl Airlie Dr.

rwe .had, never> met .him, I was "Aha, Mr. :Brentley !" I thought. But that afternoon for Clem lto hear and swayed it back and forth with non- "To spoiling one frock coat to oblige ; ,

..1'erf t sure she meant mischief. The General's first shot is the explosion was to disobey,"and she danced straight chalant'grale."You the company, JB7 7s..1"* j
I out to the very verge, giving him a the of "N. B.-Light.tweed is more appropriate 1
J Y'fW*were to go on' the eighth, and it of your theory. may deny me, pleasure I
'*1:'*jns the sixth when Clemence made,up But before the evening was over I Suucy look over her shoulder. expressing it, but you cannot lessen for grease spots .than black cloth !

. "her'mindjU go ; and from that time was convinced that Clem had met her The next moment she was in his my feeling of gratitude. I suppose I in heavy weather." __ J

tti; the evening of arrival she beamed match. arms, pale and speechless.That understand what you mean. I wonder I

* t nps ,like 'a perfect sunbeam ; but lie certainly was fine-looking, and extreme edge of the cliff upon you allowed so small a consideration as How Heavy Ordnartceis. ,: Made.
which she had been standing had loosened ;
iJ that evening she got frdCtiouswouldn'tii brilliant when he chose to talk. myself to influence you against the !
C> ,get dressed, and when we presented not handsome, but beside and swept with a rush like a great one-the welfare of your brethren. > .--*
He was
,
: small avalanche into the river below. Our gun works at South onare'only the
f !uuiucement!. of tea and the impossibilityof him a handsomer man would pale I am sorry, though, Mr. Brentley- .
many Cyril in the country except those at West
'I: oF : Only Brentley'a arm had saved .
.,. ; it without toilette she deL her voice changing effectively-"that '
: getting a into insignificance, his face was so expressive Point,but their manufacture has been
Telared he didn't want tea and sent of you so utterly despise me. I had hoped .t
.. any of and character, quiet her.lIe and
power have
,, mostly of Parrott: they
looked down upon the pale, per- guns, ,
;
; 'down much disturbed that you were my friend-that it was "
: ;t3 without her, very strength and I foresaw that my lady
;
made weighing'more than
close his never a
fect face lying so against gun
f in spirit but wisely reservingaurQzcusesfornonappearance that man not a matter of indifference to you
Clem would hardly capture shoulder. ten tons. Ours is the only concern that
' whether I lived died.
: till the or
-1.. with her accustomed ease. The rippling golden hair, which had can make large guns, and we have before
:.. ':jastminute.. : .. She too recognized it, and as I sleepily He looked at her from,head to foot,
made odd tons.
become loosened, floated around her in now guns weighing: fifty.
: -,&:'Wefonnd: a number of our friends in } unlaced my boots in our room that so bewitching in her simple white dress of our I
silken masses, and one fragrant,shining Our capacity, owingto the policy
ot .|- |.*1 the4 drawdngroom-bits. Dancried and night she rushed in, struck an attitude, tress floated over his shoulder, touching and pale blue ribbons, with her dimpled, GO\'ernqteBt1s no greater than twenty

( '..Maud.'MriXortonandhertwodaughteraCaptaln: and with a flourish of her fan, exclaimed I his cheek. perfect arms and shoulders showing years ago. Since the close of war of the .. .
. : Lacy and his sister, Mayne through the thin material-so gloriousin
rebellion have had contracts
: He held her close, aud with a quick, we large
.1lton, Frank Hazelton, and severalother's. "War to the knife Fan, and no passionate gesture kissed her on the her careless beauty, with the shade with the governments of Spain L,'Chili Peru
.. of weariness her face and he drew
I'- upon ; '
quarter fair, white forehead. i i ,the Argentine Republic Italy, Turkey
j.t. ;. ? .;j'usaa everyone was wondering in Later she realized it more fully, and "My right by the great love I bea his breath hard. I ,Russia and China. So long as we had

fftbeir hearts if tea would not be served with dissatisfaction, that if he was nota you," he murmured. "Was any man ever your friend, the patronage of 'the United 'States
; loon, marched Clem, ready for ccntitooentrancjngly of graceful Clemence Darcy? Does it ever rest 'we ; in
:it: general with an army Some time after, when Mayne Alton Government had ,no; difficulty,
J y4 lovely and perymed. nothings and killing glances at his com- and I found them Clem was sitting there ? Do you ever stop before you obtaining contracts with other governments ; 1

\?: }!..... : mand, he was at least commander of upon the ground Insisting that she was make them yours, heart, mind, and but, when ,our contracts clesed !

.8te always dressed like an angel or I himself.It perfectly able to walk 1 ac* to the picRic soul ? You have been called a 'General at home, we very naturally lost -:> ) I

" '. .c Frmchwoman, which is a much betterrhatnigbt'she was evident that he liked her, that ground, while Mr. Brentley was ,' and you are rightly named; you do foreign trade. In the, t meantime;other :

:, comparison ; he enjoyed and sought her society. arguing in the most self-contained of command an army of charms. This," governments have encouraged gUn works *

':' 'fr'o- was' in black, dense They walked, talked, read and danced manners that she had better not risk touching her fan, "is one weapon; your by giving them order?, so that Krupp'a'

;t if ck/from: .the tip of her'train' to the together; and everybody was of the faulting again ; and back we went, for eyes, capable of expressing everythingyour establishment in Germany,Armstrong's

: 't x inches that,framed her pretty chin and I I opinion that Clem'was as sure of that she had her own way,and electrified the heart cannot feel ; your voice ; !I I at Woolwich, in .,.England, ,and Schnei-

';f/the sleeves that displayed""* the dimpled conquest as of all others ; but of it the people, bringing down showers of con- every feature of your beautiful face ; I I der's at Cruesot, in France,' are to-day

! ,,j. ; General herself was not so sure. : gratulations and praise upon Mr. your hands, which win by every curve overrun with .orders.' :We could not
i ; .Her hair was combed up and coiled immovability of that man is Brentley. and dimple-all your glorious beauty make the steel guns in this:country till
on-top.of.her head like'a great golden "The, forms an used only for con- increased
distracting she said to me one Auntie insisted that Clem: must be armory we have better' and largely
,:: "iIail-shell, and a' few, loose, bright simply ill, she looked so 'pale, and she must go quest, and you are a 'General' without facilities for forging steel.. In Europe,

:. _,:,: vijeads'rnade.... a curly:.halo around her day in our been room.accustomed to persons home at once. mercy 1"Clem for instance, at, Krupp's 'works, they
Having
:;o> was leaning back. in her chair havelOO-toahammersforforging,while
moved at her will only, she naturally And as the picnic was getting to be ,
. :: tk(t. ?<. .bodJ crowded.around.her, for who of character rather a bore, everyone else concludedto pale but perfectly indifferent the largest we have, in this .country-is
this phase
'>.' .....
:,:' *f,;; wceived:, ." an enthusiastic welcome. I 1 in Mr. Brentley force she; brought to bear waswonderfulshe was taken to'her room;kissed and petted even look up ; and he went .on, )1i3 which we made last year we had to pro- .,
the .
"Clem" whispered Maud Dancreid, and could not surmount it. I and finally left to me. voice stem with pain: \ cure.in Europe., .,_
"now the 'General' has come, I sup-
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Titusvillethe
,.:::!ij:' {}Cvoeof Melbourne, was in having down,their to beauties taken. "c past Also Lots In", CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE, LaGranjre. &-
.Unimproved
'tG"1D. Titeadal!-Uc1, fgari1 th .. '. U'in. S'ott.TltusvUIe A'
STABr
? That the'recent address of Prof. Wallace '
;
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Fin.
I FIXTURES
O'-n" I : .
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Ode.gw.; :,,,.. '. delivered the School s...
r : i to Sunday: .was Indian River City. & .
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,. ; !4 ;% b artiseda'LastFriday' : 'highly appreciated. WOO OCX & T I 11t1' .'- R L'. SCOTT R.lS11ERt. ..... '

r from'a.I'trljdown itn- ;7uplter< with" the I I '' That there was ice in LaGrange a ..fewdays CSTlIave a large list of ,A'fTOnXEYS-ATr;- ;
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I "F1 -DUkltmln '"q.tx. .since-250 pounds as a birthday Corn Sanford :
: Meal : ,
fJ
,3"6.. sOur'posSnJMter :
!; little Miss-Alein ,
: -- ''\: t 'that"%lock bonesare I present: to Brady. Orange Gropes Mr. Scott is now located at Tltnj.Pe.vl '
wy :.
J "Our 'Stars have been Estate Lan
That a SP'C
I never ? lit
! : as jnndi the ,T
paferoiiized 'during
Wolf ,
beaten. Is the LaGrange club destinedto ,
I |l summer.month a*the!. .to be. be added to the list of the conquered? ON HIGH EAMOGK & FIRSTCLASSPI.C Hay, c. n. JI.\{ nl'r.Jt, ,,4

i f -'lb highest'reau'lrig of the thennom =.Enierprl .lIeralJ. WE answer emphatically LAXDS, ., COUNTY '

I" fir; thiatlt awStpthe 'Headquarters No! Oats, Etc. SURVEYOR,'! \' .

j .'j' Building,'iS:9Gin the'shade That while many are still planting theTine -' l1icl1 we are offering at- .ASnXOT A P. Y P UB'EICJ-= '
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; in mother earth )Ir./" X.Ilendry ,
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: tMayen also for a !M
: 1h'G
$ : agents
zie and Archie
'''' the veteran potato raiser, has dug one BOTTOM PRICES. Kockleile. p'
: 8crimgeourf na T ee6netbv' :Banana> RiTe'ri which tipped the scales at four, pounds Jacob Reeds' Sons, -
> ** -*;* -- s. JO.VES.
.i for a pleasure trip of a few daysDoctorCotrie Xext! PINEAPPLE LANDS MIXOU
CLOTHIERS
I started yesterday'mor That IL F. Atkinson is the heavy batter '

Win;fora;jpreeVs' professional visits to of the LaGrange "Nine. First'Quality At Low Figures. Samples to be seen at sore.NOTIONS. ATTORNEYAtUW.TUusTllle. '' .

Oak Hill ew and Port That-the. in celebration t
I : Srayrha Orange.orange -
.. Several Large Tracts Of .Flo
10< of Mr. 1110:;. John-son's 21>t birthday iJ.

i j : t' healthy- are; putting-on trees appear, 'a,,:large remarkably growth on by all Tuesday a decided evening success.leas was pronounced HEAVY HAMMOCK LANDS.. DOMESTIC! & FANCY DRY GOODS, M.Notary IX( LISl1. .,"'"1""r! l

! and'present a,good prospect for an abun Public State at
That the Athletes came out three to Large
well Goods. :
adapted to Gents' QattlM & FflnMlm
1 dant"crop- behind in the Saturday "I
j one game played on March fat 4: U'. Affltlavits drawn and all bnain s, ezt
I Will ota.County, Fathers, at, their evening last with the LaGrange BaseBall Sugarcane,Bananas and Early \' etn1Jlc$. --- to me promptly attended -:'

next meeting take:definite"'steps towards Club. J. M. Dixon OHice at his reyfilenee. 4',
Also unimproved Lands in all
sections
Titusville. -
L'lo
having the Court House' painted Ytaste Good That for hospitality, sociability and .,,,. '
: -t"
; ',, and economy,call for-Paint. good guavas, LaGrange stands: first ou of the county. TITtS\'ILL'E, : : FLORIDA. D coiric.Physician; ,,.
the list. Dealer in .
; t*
We"areindeb"te4t6our"able"and' genial That though; it be mid-summer, the A rcu"In" DCSlllADLi: Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, l\
! ri nd,;'Yr' :David Beattie, City S p't health of LaGrange was never better. Fancy and Toilet Articles. and Surgeon?*J<-h}]
I for a Manual of the City schools of Troy
Left. : ..'+
That E. L. TIraI1llS removed and 1eHomesteads :
,
Perfumery Dye-Ms Paints Oils Titl1S..iIl .
, (N. Y.) Please accept our thanks. built the old ware house at Salt Lake and fur -,' ,

. ,-I4ge quantities of sea'grass are gradually it is now a good. and substantial, building.. Parties having money to purchase mort- Varnishes&brl1 ll('?.&;almost everything S F. en.iT. ="-.
-" -- will l find investments fir class JIou '
--- rags : on undoubted kept by a ? Drug e.Any
drifting to the'shores, of our IndianRiver ,NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.LITEST. .
security drug, medicine or instrument
, and Wilt 8OOn' furnish our people needed by customers Watch Maker and Jeweller;; j, ,

I withanahundaifce'bfone '"of the and not on bandwill be ordered -.
; very -()- ALL AVOKK WARRANTED.Vorkoron1eMlettwith
1
best of : i' 5"PrcscriptioM3 carefully compoundeil \ 1*. E Waeer OT'tt*
fertilizersI' Real Estate pliu-ed in our Lands for saleexcltaurm night or day with accuracy and dispatchby Pot uiH<- -,Titnsvillo or with \. Bratty nt U,, rfCnuiire
sthoniool'a I will
I, -Remember"xtl Ilac or to let, will receive prompt competent persons. ly3C in TitU3vUlo receive every MonUay.TJ prompt.attention.. ulb1:
Line will 'tf Enterprise attention.Titiuvlllo.3l.iy. ,1J ;
cany yoni; trI- re y to "

: connecting with the St.! Johns River "THE FAIR 21,!,.. '
/ ,. 'I'
II ,,steamers for Jacksonville. Fare tEnterprise 0 Titusville & Lake Worth.OSTRAHDEB'S 'genc- ;?}\ -'
Will continue the practice of Meillcln ikt .1'
$4. ,
(MACKENZIE'S
> ,) The undersigned ving opened a
: j-The-f: TAR received a short but pleasant Titusvilie and vicinity, :4.2) ..

I call,on Monday Iron)Ir.!.Rache Ev- Offers SpecialInducements NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCYWill Office at J. M. Nixon's Drugstore;.

\ enon, of Altoona,50range, County, Fla., INDIAN 1'JVRR :;TF.nIfr.s! ]rr. l>e pleaded to receive subhcriptions ,. .t,:

J and correspondent of.th Altoona Argutt i s. .iiAiLLirvi:, to A U. 1I.ll I.CF, I.D4.ta
any
: ;. who spent several_ ,days on our river. in all 'M',11"'It2.O'11'
-J.J..Tucker-fs The Fast, Light-Draft, Steel Hull I Periodical or Newspaper publisher Visiting Dentist.flakes "1iY'ii'-,4l7
kept: quite busy at
-O---- frequent trips to Indian .rF
the Lund Packing House with his r.w.l.akc
galleryPersons from all over photograph the Lines Steamer, Save time., trouble and expense by apply Worth, &e. ." ,S }.

country, find it a pleasure ,to visit him .I "CINDERELLA!" ing to CHAS. II. NAU31AN, ['. O. Address-----, -Ne- -- -Smyrnao4tl-,-- 4r... .' .

J and have their pictures'taken during the Of Goods CAIT. WILL IL MOORE, Subscription Agent, C. vJustice. {'JI. X. ,:. -\.

,
I hot weather.. .. Haulover P. O., Brevard county, Fla. : '"
Ha"iu1111'10 and splendid accommodations '.
; During the week there born TVc have some na rites In for of the Peace and t ,
t'" past was I'liNttngfrs and Freight, andirningidcxprcjcly "THE SLOOP AGNES ...
to )Ir. and Mrs.A. A. Stewart,a girl, and for the Mall Set \olarjrnlilic Stale-at-LaiTf. .*>

to Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Metzgcr, a finehoy. SHOES, CLOTHING, \ ic'to anti "Validation of thn beautiful commanded by AUo Conituissloncr of bee Clerk Stewart is well River, will make regular trip, until C.1'T.IISJUlItiIcLE.L\". l'};' SYL'-\S1.\. {,;
happy as as
Road Supervisor Metzger and all are doing Ladies': And Misses' Hats, further notice, between Makes regular trips on Indian Inter Office at the Haul-Over. _
i well:' # Titnsiille and Lake forth via tha Raia SHE CAKUIC3 A FULL SL'Pl'LY OK T. JOII SOX <'OJi nt'IT. d;
CROCKERY and '
-\ little girlof 3Ir. A: A. Stewart's Groceries Goods -
r Touching at all intermediate landings, ,
:, next to,the,youngest;met with the sad GLASS is follows: Canned Goods. \ *,
<
'
mi fortnne tasting the contents of a I Hats, Boots and Shoes and ":

cup containing a solution of concentrated Fancy Goods Buttons Leaves Titusville, Tue!=days and Fridays Justice of the Peace. ;
Lo'lllics'Shocs in great yarfet1"rillt5 all .
at G cluck .
lye, last Saturday morning! Luckily the a. DI.I new patterns at low prices. Court day. first Saturday of each: month,; fIA ,*

child did 'not' swallow 'any of the fluid LACES, RIBBONS, &C., Leaves Lake Worth, W'rone-tt1Y and GRANGE :Florida. *;

and at this time).i2ut of danger 8uneht ys, at 10 a. in ; the Rapids Plca y-l cuZ (Mum, Toilet Articles SsXO..IOXS. ST. CI.AIK-AIIUAJIS, C. L. SniMERU;".p$tConnty '

\, -Owing to anillegality in the summoning That can't be beat anywhere.COME. at :2 p. m. ; State Attorney Jmljwof :
;jcvt-nt uilicial C ircnit. Oninge county '
.d"fSt
of the persons subject to road duty : : ,r"Fur the cash olllr.;
:o --"'-
March 1:,-It c Oui.
the road has Clair Abrams & tart. 'K
been
working postponed I'*3"Passire or freight apply on Ixmrd. ;

until next Mondays: !>ming" continninMondayTuesday'and'l1'ednesday. Staterooms, two U'rth<,81.-Single; 1-erths J, UlI11I lI .\TTOl-r.n & COUXSELLOK3 AT 'LAW., t .fi

The 50 cents Mcah 30 cents tacli. Will be furnished OII4.\. DO. FL.\. .
to order on short noticeat -f
A. L. J-I..L\: .TCI
Supervisor ,summoned them vertadh] Will give careful attention to collections
when the law'states'that itdiall be a DEALER IXGROCERIES Opened for the Season. S1S.OO per thousand. anti will practice in the several courts of this J ;'.
1i"trictlm.l in tho Supreme Court at r:1l1 t
written summons; .ter.man who i+ interested in- his own LUMBER & SHINGLESAlways ha&bcu,and I*. ?court at Jticksouvlllc.. ':,,; .

-A few days' while fordIng Dl' LA GRANGE STORE {
(" ago 'P welfare will I* plcantl to know that on hand. 1!
Creek, the mail hack from this to PROVISIONS .
place ,
Always .i
C. MAGRUDER on hand a "'l'lI'mhssortmeut'of -
& CO. ,
Enterprise 'bc ame uncoupled in pretty DRY GOODS, ANDREW GIBSON J "

deep.watcrVleaving the'boi floating off, Keeps the finest oysters to be found iu S. RYDER. 0001)ti. i r '1';

while the mules ran away with the front Hartoe ant General MercMse, ROCKLEDGE. -STRICTLY CASH.:=:--- >i

wheels: 'The",letters and mail in the CITY POINT. FLOIHD.V Tifti,* IUc, Has just I'CCCh'lhl1'1' continues to keep E. L. Brady. ". .:,.
leather.pouches were not injured but the March Iw 45 AXI SERVED ix STYLE TO SUIT PATKOXS. Iu
stock a full and complete stock of Groceries January 1st ISttt 1 yr :3>1 3 1fFloridaMnnufhcture.
,
... papers which'were sent in'can"as :;sack The "Biggest" and the "Best." I Boots & Shoes, Hats & Caps in :1
::
were badly soaked: A Flr'i'ClaHiiMammoth Plain and Fancy Cake made to onlcr. : great variety and General Merchandiseof .

-DennisPerdon, mail carrier between 'airr'a Dfcwl always OH Anml. every df' crll'tlon.sk for whateveryou 'f
Newspaper I
,l this plice-and Daytona,'brought word 01 For one year and an Also a fiM-cla.-v Itul>erhnp attl.cl1etl.KOllTOOD'S Goods may want. One price to all. Canned AMAZON. PAINT WORKS. \.it

Tuesday affernopn, that a very prett'littie of every description .1 specialty.LUMBEIt .
11: J. l
steamer had stopped at Mosquito I n- Interesting Novel BEnyEtA co.,

Jet :1 day or,two before and that it wa FOR .2A o. I' manufacturers' of the .1i;;:

,said she was coming 'to carry the mail THE SAVANNAH; WEEKLY NEWS Fast Hack Line Will bo furnished to order on short noticeat :

from Titusville to Lake Worth and that. .. S1S.OO per thosand. Dressed lumber AMAZON READY-MIXED PAINTS :* .
A mammoth sheet 3Sx:2 -,
inches containing J: 9 ,
Cap Will Moore was to take, charge or 8 i
her. Capt. Wilson who was here on Tuc all the New of the Week, Telegraphic The Cheapest and Most DirectToTIlHxvillcaiul LUMBER & SHINGLES :

day from Banana; River said that a mall Dispatches, accurate Market re- Inttnetllate F s C .

r steamer had gone' past ,Cape Canaveral ports, a well edited Agricultural Department ROUT always on hand. and grinders of' l '
:
on Monday, bound. seemingly for Indian Original Seriala page of Indian River.CARRYING P. M. FISHER.TINEAPPLES. : <

1U Inlet, Florida, Georgia & South Carolina News,. THE L'. S. MAIL.THREE Pure White Lead, .y;":

.-:We are informed that a large and It is not a localXTXT.. & Colors In Oil.
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commodious wharf house has just bee To the farmer, mechanic,or artisan, the Parties desiring to purchaae pine-apple Office mid Factory ..,
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completed at Salt Lake for the reception business or professional man who has not trips weekly between tho ST. plant will please send their orders "

of goods and'produce, and that this take the by advantages which he of can a daily llCi informed mail, Una event paper JOIIXS and IXDIAX RIVERS. promptly to E. J. RAAVSON, x o. 26 Ocean street, "

in connection with the new lighter, that transpiring; in the buy world whether in Leaves Enterprise EVERY Monday, Wednesday 52; 3m Waveland I'. O. Fla. JACKSONVILLE, FLOR tL

has recently been built and*put there b-v his own tfiate or in the most distant parti and Friday Morning, arriving at 1 f 1 n -:Ipple 1Imt3chc.'lp for ca"h.S0141)1InS .- New '
of the loLe. Information of Florida.
E.-L. Brady, will insure the safe handling Titusville the SAME day.
In addition to a first-clas* at 110 LOOT7" 192 '
newspaper pages new matter onto for 15'2 .
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of and other map
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oranges during a moderate price we offer each yearly s-ub- ReturningLeaves >
the coming: winter. 3Ir. Brady informs scriber a copy of any of the publish*l Send for our new circulars containing Send six cents to'K.O.J40n;;:,1'allah3s5ee ..0:,

us thaia; mall wharfage will be charged novels of the Morning "News Library free Titusville Erenrl'uesday'ihnrs- wldiere matter of utmost importance to all ex- or C. Drew,Jacksonville,Fla. .v' .
and that charge for lighterage will be Subscription $2.00 a year hi advauce. day and Saturday morning arriving at Patents or their heirn. Pension", Bounties ,' -t,
Subscriptions can be tent through local Enterprise In the evening.-Address all others, Land Claims Horse Claims and FOR SALE! > -
discontinued. Facilities for shipping by .-,
and direct againSttheGovernmentpr6mPtlyMdfaithfullv
agents postmasters or to '
Salt Lake were never better than they. J. IL STILL, W. S. Norwood, ] attended to. Address- Titusville A desirable cottage house Lind lot ia fl
with also Bladumitb 1
will be this winter. ,. *, Whitaker Street, Savannah G a. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. Ht4 stamp] Lock Box\\\488"H. WILLS & CO.t and general repairing shop, at wheel Titnsville.J wrij-'bt
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