The Florida star
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075901/00059
 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: August 2, 1883
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
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: UF00075901:00059
 Related Items
Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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:?f, .><- ) 7J E. Fuller r waters of wUchJwv slightly sulphuric : Nzw:Yomx,.July 9& The Herald has Palatka iIrapldl1'appJd"l': compleh 14emtheWde3DittiTlape.- .
'"Ji..: dreue' tb. .AttehLam' trte. the foI1owiaI i runt of Captain Webb's tion. z' .. : : The 1nanci4 hIttof7.of the. Western ,
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. fpdT11: "inita aagiinat.the rti 'iC N 2.r fatal"attempt to shoot the rapids of Niagara :Abe bis levied In.VcAnsia .UnioapliComPetty presents 'the, ,
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t. .... ..... ::. The Madison Cotton Ginning Co. have nort extraordinary instance of stock .
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...., .=.., ; machinery new 'Athilfpestthree m .perfectly aoaIDd .' socoesafnUy mnbingd wither 7
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- .' -" arrested 1"4ai .. confident, attired in a blue shirt and glance .upon legitimate. .
1;ip?"; +l .l e itbrfecence with \limes are worth 15 cents. per'down: at .light clothes, be went down to the Jerry Scuppernong grapes are coming into 'the flfurei of igreet u'
l SW jgg Hi fc J Palatka; and-the"'demand for 'chicken market slowly on theupper 8t Johns., lation fa sufficient explain 1WesterilUniooillus.
'STSai'of the WestemTelegraph.Com- on the.Canada aide alone. .Having made '* ;to. why, ;.the .
, ; : exceeds the'supply. all preparations, he said "Goodby," and The. aopisrsPortedlal'ge.Several all Its.enor x>a income -.

',-r-'L-.;:.; ..rJ iq la11t A'. The.Bard..,of.' Tirelye'cle hare now employed" ,at- theV. : plunged into,the river eta. point ,little I : Urge pines suddenly, dropped higgles about paying living wagesto
'r.: Y ; pried a redutioD: ofp .l 'I1ai 'Office at Gainesville.. :. Business above where theyare building the. ,new I to an unknown depth, near the head of iu,.employed_',The. hup..monopoly

?,tJlt.---r: :wftfclhe 1 .telegraph. strikers and is increasing; 'rapidly..; v Canada Southern,bridge. As soon,as Swift, creek,,in Jasper. county.H. --- ,-. which. ,now JXDUoIahe telegraph bvMaesa

fat the-oo" be combjfte I 'E..-P. Vought, formerly the.proprietor Webb .went,..McCloy who dared 'go no A. Corley, Land Commissioner of of the country,b the growth oia\.quarter

t State authorities throughto of the Eustis; Semi-Tropical will start a further,turned and pulled to the.Maid of the Heed syndicate baa movedhb, office of a century.,. It.started with.an.,anthor-

..noaiMain .the; prompt paper soon at Astatula. the,Mist ,landing. Webb plunged into from Femandina. .to Jacksonville.Iron bed pitA:1.of: ,$800 900., and an 4 actualcapital

ti: ,-.w. of.megeL- Cargoes of rail are I being constantly the water at thirty-two minutes past four I ore, found on the line of the P. &; .of X86 9,700,.which has gradually,

!'> -.f'". -" :s received at Jacksonville for the Jacksonville New York time. He came up.Instantly, .. A. Railroad,essayed: iron, 42, per cent; been inflated,to the sum of eighty,millions,

I rb .psisfpiiw t. sae *** Psistsaaster .. ,".Tampa and Key West Bailroad.. and swam with a bold, vigorous, stroke, phosphorus ,per cent; ''ad silica, two-thirds of.which nothing but water.It .,
I' Tt'-0-- 1$ General. apparently with ease, till he struck the 53.5 per cent, war in 1858 that.the first scrip dividend ,
wytorsot.July 28. Dauphin, sec- : The valuation of the taxable'property' first; rapids, going under the old railway 'has was declared of 88 pet;Dent. on the:
BheriJrTuebr of Alachua
Loiiaina of Jackson is more than five hundred county,
',1t-,d till lottery Company, suspension bridge. Then he was carried stock then outstanding, and immediately -
received the death of Charles
P ," .C. W'rMoulton, will thousand 'dollar'greater this year! with tremendous after the stock thus increased
f ft- ,,yjybrittesey along by the current was swollen -.
Williams He will be hanged on the 17th
I r.. ,'_....;:1Ii&. ,within. the. 'next -feWdaya than it walaatDunn velocity, but still seemed to hold his own. day of August by a scrip dividend of 414, 4-10 per s,
'jgrfMt. US Postmaster General Greaham, Morrison,-of"Marion:\ county, The spectacle at this time was very cent bringing the nominal capital above
'astir jflmy to hb character by rea- recently shot and killed his 'm th r-In- thrilling. He shot along like an arrow, :A cyprea log passed through the'town two million The Western Union was
general's order"infemrf law;1Ir .'J.')fickle.' He has been captared :. of De Funiak, en route for the Louisville
ion stile postmaster with thewhirlpoolltraight ,before him. comparatively a small aflair at this time,'
: $100,000. Greaham'a,'order and lodged in jaiL As he went through the rapids he dove Exposition recently, that measured twenty being only one of several eompetimf line,:

. ferfarsi the original order of Postmaster A mdvement is on:foot at'WaIdo'to'; organize : each time and reappeared aa strong ,as -eeven feet in circumference. but scrip dividends continued to be .declared

Ogata KeyJ; in which Dauphin is spok- a stock company for,the" purpose ever. His intention was to go through i' Volusia bar on the 8t'Johns Is giving -of,37 36-100 per 'cent in '1862

f's sa'rft'ti"!' ne.: )I.,'A. Dauphin,.who is of building a large sawmill at' 'the headof on the Canada side, but the current was I the steamers trouble again. On account and of 100 per,cent, and 83$ per cent in

','jwcsrfaf money by false and fraudulent the Santa Fe CanaL too strong'for'him. In thirteen minutes ,of the shoal 'water many' of the'larger 1863-until the capital stock was swollen

' Hetsssfet; ,"A&: Dauphin's sale of lottery; The ice, factory at,Orlando- is 'incapable' he reached what .known as'the channel, steamers' find it difficult to cross it to $5,950,700.At .,

:. tkkstoksrkg been-the foundation 'for of meeting with the demands for ice ,and or place where the waters shoot right and W. J.'Vbon, of 'Leon county, .informs this point the Western Union''be .

. :'Ja4pKeyaeliaraeteriaation. ; Dauphin a larger machine is intended to be put in .left To those on the ''bridge he was a the Tallhaseee'Lmd! of Flower* that he gaD baying or "consolidating" competing 6
kiatt to:be-deeply incensed and in'dead has an Alderney cow from which he pro lines
: the place of the present one. mere speck. paying for them with watered stock '
-bail Keys order was issued in ,Columbia county will send a collectionof Suddenly be threw up hb 'right arm duces three pounds fine,butter per day. at inflated prices. The Pacific Telegraph

aeeatiM of certain United;States ratat- the different woods of that ,county to, and disappeared, and that was the last B. W. Cain, of Lake City baa raised Company, which had a charter to build a
;; >tieffcibydiag the use of the mails to all Been of the swimmer. ,He line San :
.r the Louisville Exposition containing thir- great English the northern apple at his place, some of to Franciaoo, received l,2fiOOdO< .
htsttalkindfof business, aityng which undoubtedly sucked down into the in Western Union a
different varieties, and also sixty was which weighed ten ounces and ;compared stock for its franchisesit i
) kttedeit are evtaied,'it-difficult toudentaad two different articles for exhibition. frightful,, vortex end met, an, instant. ', quite favorably. .with. the northern' fruit. ,- had no property. ..Thiawas ,the beginning '
I BOW Graham can be made tossAraytiapry death. It was thought that he was in of a for
Mbs Ada Jones, a daughter of Senator 'organizing companies s
: official Wm. ichardaon, of Yolnsia county, ; .
indorsing La his jured in some manner while diving, as he received a medal and five premi for.the purpose of selling oat to

opacity& '.in action in the case.Iksjhia while cutting up potatoes for hogs, a few seemed exhausted, and ,'unable.. to make, urns for proficiency in her studies at theVlsitstion'Academy the Western Union that has bee *earried
brought suit: Against Key; ,it days ago, cut off two of his fingers.on his much His and the '
: progress. manager reporters at Georgetown,D.C. on as a successful' __ever ;since.
: ,will.. remembered, to eajoin him from i left hand. The strangest part of it is that werehopefnl that he .would, get ''l The next two purchases were more Important
food. Whatwouldn't A party of gentlemen are ,,busily en- .
' issueda they went on in with the
eaian g4he'order''wherenpwn Key through, and drove down the Canada aid The stock of the United States
gaged in the initiatory towards the ,,
Florida eat? steps '
ieosW older suspending his first order hog could find
; to Whirlpool Park,but no.trace Tel Company ,was purchased for
manufacture of fertilizer from the
tatf*&injttnction suit was decided. The Florida Southern Railroad Com- of him. He never appeared, and his a .loggerhead $7,216,800 in Western Union stock,whichwas

TtoLbukbtaaLotteryCompaay; thereup- pany are having a new steamer built at, body is probably still in the whirlpool, if West. sponge, on Torch: Key, near Key generally said to be about five times

, *to withdrew their appeal, and the second the north to ply in connection with that not torn to pieces. The search was keptup its value, and the American Telegraph,

% oito i bat been in force antic Giesham sat road between Charleston and Palatka. till .dark in vain and extended to. The matrimonial wave has been on,the whose stock had been inflated to I$,83S-
: fora It last week by restoring order The contract requires its delivery in Florida I flood tide during the past six months ''in 100 '
OB. Queenstown. was, .absorbed at a valuation of
,. .
I DUl 5'**et..hicb' closes the mails by November 1st, A..'. Volusia County., During this time thirty $11,833,100bonus("( of ekht iilllions'In i
The, America Bile Temm I Beatea.The .
have been united in
ap & ')he': Loabana1 lottery bnsine. At the Government Land Office at couples matrimonial Western Union stock *.
..... British Bifle .team. defeated I the bonds. .. '
nut Disf lar at. the Exposition.DeUadlajrfcoltonst. Gainesville during the month ending American'team on the '21st ultimo,.at 'I By these means the, nominal ''capital
Gainesville has received her
l. June 30th 184 Homestead entries were first :fire
had '
of 1951 grown to $41,000,000. The -
England by a score company
It is hand and
two thou06 made containing.17,764acres; Forty-flix engine. a engine was formerly
Fremiams amounting over to 1906'for the. ranges.! had a Urge property' land vsduable'franchises
dollars have 'been-offered for the' Final Proofs were made, containing 4,978 AJIDIa1f TEAM. used at Fensacola, and I was purchased but :rated at several times' .

atsf display''of apples, 'peaches, pear?, acres The cash entries numbered 878 Yards. Built. Centra huiert. Oaten.Macs by, and presented to, the city by their cost Still the watering processwent i

1 t ptpei,plains and melons at.:the Loub- and were for 53,970 acres. The total receipts 200, 20 61 ,2 1 0 L. G.;Dennis on. Two years ago $15,000,000 of

.YiDe"-ii&' Any fruit if.thu '' 'sort' : of the office for the month were ''600 4'Z1 12 1 0 An exchange' accounts for the low additional stock was bsned In exchangefor

ilia:.rar7\8 grown hi Florida will be $75,01837. 600. 48 20 12 2 2 !I price of watermelons at Green Cove the property and franchises of the ...

tagfaftered'before.the time fixed-AnMtgtafa9 Tampa Tribunt: It; is estimated .that 800 1 32 84 '16 1 1 i Spring by mentioning the fact Bro. American Union Telegraph' 'I Company, ;

| it'can do us no food, but the amount of money now pouring into 900 '21 13 ,27 12 11 Bemis, of the Spring, ,had' left for the worth probably $8,000,000,and$8,400,000 1

ouehraifrait,'bananas and pineapples the coffers of the cattle, men engaged in 1000 12 18 21 12 21 north a few days since.< for the Atlantic and Pacific, also not''

will be owa. in after that We hope shipping cattle to Havana is $50,300 per The'saw and planing mill of Me n.:: worth more than $3,000,000,'and then .a'

the&perintendeit will offer additional month. What a country! Thousands 177 193 90 29 85. Stapp Bro. at Oxford, Sumter county, scrip dividend of$15,500,000 was addedon i ,.

pre duI for tropical fruit at a later period dollars come in the early Spring for veg- BRITISH'TEAM. was burned to the ground Sunday night top of all this, bringing the aggregate

('tkat. "a display"of those may be etables; in the winter comes the orange 200 16 55 11 2 0 LOBS$5,000, uninsured. 'It Is supposed to capital of the Western Union up'to' : :

.." Win
.irttinnbject and lave a day'.xedr Can follow all these pursuits. 600 42 '24 12 6' '0 Pennsylv Dia-Florlda Orange,Co. i a dispute in the courts. :

isCktober,. : Key West Democrat: It is reportedthat 800 30 28 22 1 3 Is preparing to plant a two hundred acre It b not necessary hero to recount an

:''rruliatiaJ- ;;- un8- for 1884. a firm living at Red Bank, N. J., 900 21 28'' 20 10 5 orange grove in the northern'part of the the minor purchases or absorptions of opposition -

I 71bi_York TaM addressed 400 let- will establish a line of steamers between 1000 .24 14 16. 11. 17 State, near Starke' in Bradford county. lines.For some years past it has -

tea to get1esea different parts' of the Miami and this city early in the fall. -188 -168 -88 -82 -26 Too far north to make a IlKeeae. been the regular custom for men who had

.TJaUeiSj i + 1:making the following en Messrs.Field and Osborn,who will plant Numerous highly valuable morals will A match game of base ball.was played dropped out of the directory: of the'Western *
100,000 cocoanuts at Biscayne are said to recently between the rubbers,' f Jackson Union to unite with some ,remainingin
4Is;. doubtless be drawn from this match, and "
I-Who>'is most freqneatljr spoken of be backing this enterprise. It should the chorus of the croakers whose voice ville and the Garrisons, of St' Augustine, and form an oppoeilon-telegraph company (

iy Bepnhlicans in year vicinity as their pay, as the 'settlements'' at Key Largo, will always be heard after such an occasion at the last named place. The score stood ,for the stock of which in due1 time, 1:

Ice, for Presidential candidate in186th Mataoombie, and other'keys would be will now most probably explain to the 14 runs for the Garrisons to: 18 .for the Western Union stock would be ianxed In :
(u i '
? liberal patrons of' the enterprise. Thereis Rubbers.A exchange at a barge advance. 'In the purchases = :
the thousand and
IL--Whitt other names are mentioned? listening public one ,
HLr-Who is most frequently mentioned business and money in it, and we hope one reasons in addition to the fact that man by the name of Dock Smith, related above there was an 'issue

Democrats in your neighborhood the news is true. they were not one of the team, why it who, on the 25th of June shot'at Mr W. of some $58,000,000 of stock in exchange" 'I

as'th.I Men it trait choice for Presidential can18841 I Mr.H. K. Fuller, residing about a mile ,' was so utterly impossible for the American -.H. Hazen, on Bay street, Jacksonville. for 000.property valued liberally ai $12,000-" ,

.-What other names are mentioned and a half from Apopka, says the Orlan- team to beat and who was subsequently ,released, .on '
'\ I wont what order,as indicating their do Reporter, has succeeded in raising a The shooting was quite wild on both i last Friday' afternoon .again attempted. L'nearly as it, possible.. ,to. ascertain"

,1.' Granadilla, an East India fruit. It grows sides, though this is not to bo wonderedat murder without' just provocationby fifing -i from the published reports, the whole ac.teal

hltpllei were received from nearly all on vine somewhat similar to the gourd. when we take into consideration the two shots at Jack Keefe, of the 'same investment in all these consolidated,

Hyperions addressed, and the 'Times' The fruit'b oval in shape, of a light yel- very unpleasant rainy weather through place;one of which proved a .dangerous lines, including the numerous side speculations

fcbfctas the replies as follows: low color when ripe, and is about the size which the teams had to make their scores.Yellow wound in the left thigh. such as interest in patent rights '1

F of'Blaii8onthern States20, North- of an egg plant. The proper way to eat .' Ylctimi. The steamer Florida, which at one time and the like, would be estimated 'extravagantly :.
Fever .
**/*n4r Western States 83, 103 in all, it is to cut off an end and scoop out the "" ran between Palatka and Savannah, is at forty millions, and telegraphic, f
22. The
rbJB4ft3ji of which Are at the North.*Ar.Vtf'fwia -i' center with a spoon. The flavor is sim- States WAonscTOX Consul General, July at-Havana United in- now in Charleston receiving new boilers, experts igree that the whole plant 'could : ,i

'. : the South, 83 from the ply magnificent, something like a nice forms the State Department that elevenof and a thorough overhauling. She ,b ex- be duplicated to-day for leas than twenty
th'anaWest,63inalL, Edmunds 11 custard and of about the same consistency. pected to be ready by August 10th, and millions But the company is..'paying "
the on the steamer of
City :
h passengers
tM dividends
8outh46; from the North and on eighty'millions of stock.
The other were will then run on the St. Johns River between'Jichsonville -
Jacksonville Sordid: evening Washington landed sick with yel
157; iaill.'Bimea'. Five per cent on eighty millions is
'Uw whileNannie,twelve-year-old daughter low fever, and that five of them have Palatka and Sanford :
deduces the conclusion thatiaa&rahholeeof.BepubliC&DI ,Librarian of the died. with the Fannie Dugan of the Independent twenty per cent'on twenty, millions, and {I
of Mrs. Stephens,
in the lamps, ..... Line.-Palatka Herald if speculators insist 'on getting ,twenty \
tbs lfriL and West, and Arthur in theIrithFAmUDds Sanford Library, was lighting The People's Line. per cent on their investmentor even, fifteen -
four-lamp chandelier An apiarist by the name of Detwiler
8 holding a ,
as an alternatiTeOt .the The steamer Plant has been withdrawnfrom or t.eD'per cent in these days, ,it.. is: .
the. burning lampsall b building a small sail boat at Tavares to '
suddenly way
'i gave not surprising to find 'them gtheireerrsmtiand'disregarding
:" the DeBary Baya Line and in the P #
coming to the floor with a crash. In- navigate the Oclawaha: and St,Johns I
the Democratic aide Tilden is first future will run in. connection with the the inter'I'
of screaming and running out the River and also the coast.to Indian River '
: by ao in the South and 90 in the stead People's Line of steamers, which will be eats of the public:.. fi
addressed herself ,bravely to and he also intends going as far as Char-
I "" little girl of the ... '
: "Jy&Dia and New York 1 boor about i. McDonald putting out the flames and* throwing out hoochee, Jennie Lane ,and Uncle Sam. lotte Harbor and Tampa, with this craft Everybody. using,and everybody b.: i!
: a. 'ol86 in the South and 86 at the lamps.. Not until, she had extin- the length of which b only 17 feet,'I beam6feet'anddepth20inches' :
said the recommending .to everybody' friends k kBrown's t.
# lbs It b Waycroas road > to, beck ,
of I He J is look '
'Staving 72} in alL Bayard baa the fire at the expense severe I '
lb guished this Line and it bids fair become for favorable location Iron Bitten as a reliable ironmedicine
bd1'aDd and 19 in the North. did she let ODe new -- ... to ing 4 to engage in '
1 burns on her hands,' any i bee culture. true tonic. ., p
scooklu decided a
90. which 18 are fromx a success. ', .. ",
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SChtuetts,. : know of the catastrophe. '
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.11i een inrely teizedaadrteaebd by ounces of finely lie wa one urbea11ce- OF OFFICERS.-In an action against i a I : pro e Uf.tftt
many .
} ors npbon of fh. thWjSmanufactured. ??-
'ti i t k" Receiver ota'corporation th :-ctadag:
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d up ': dead 'butter ateaspoonfulpfflour of musuri t.".y..w.bie.'J tiJ.lejhtd.1 u..! trtr: aJr&: J;o iQndJKT
....t I ;' a aaltopoonful of cJy&M, oaeArf..wlitM& > sn } __COPJIUOIIT -* .J4

1MB tkI L. _. the-claim. IiFthia Weblvs. TICE. -Enaction-
case ,
' BD EHPH F* T -a4, J prove- was !roulbh
"{ .tro.a t1M.Lf. llitrAer ... ... butter and jnlxoalLilw togredientaa titlet0.t ltR sad a uuqm.,ir t 181. Smith-thtfptetiff'recovered: and ages-for thdrinfrinife '

::of the country;:noK...' '' I 1 k. tJJiD tp eatoiir f tD&"rip; ctiln'alic sn ; Colorado'"*where the '-that'the copvrightrttf
r Joy* by;: 'us, tt debePna3 'I T.I ; ;S? ,
, Dd tlllt'I IIe1.\sr" s poaaible. and cut it into triangles OJ. pat'bvb!'tbeiq Juice: fresh:cneumbeito ', judgment* was affirmed. The Judg- and that due notice lid n-of'" .. ..

n. Jd. 'i i lhijieDt; ; -1-l iPif fM t.: aDd.' ..... 1ri1I'.pe )er 1'soiltarrt YiDePr 'on the .trial.allowed plaintiff" td' because the Initial only 1i k n .. (

'1u s.Jiee )' {f !:'tir;;la iD iiI1 .... ... Imo, B Ji p.w.g4ckoven.'or. taste; add a teaspoonful of Frenclnuirtardk'tablespoonfulibf testify t.hatbefore the' ,Beceiver fenteret Cbr!tiadrname'Ofj'the'- : it;

; 'wm lIIiAGbf01 : ;r tr eighto ii..x...J; nnn'tssleerye} ;; : .belt saladoilafidelt'mincedbniof'rand upon his duties the Secretary and.Su. ,giveniiithe picture.- Tlii l at i.

.. l filateaGo/edel'efse eti' iil" \ 1 1.towarUtta rJ.'r') ...c:........ ::tll\&l1 ,.,: a'*littl I fcerintendentjOf the,company,acknqwl covered in this"cage-:6sarbb +tj 1PearsonGiles
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tdlist t -J. t. fdJ.. aa i xi.J a rRJ iB.Y DIAr}. bo ,fA1r",,, ,a""Naf1d celery talU 4 'a *' > fBr edged. that] his !hill. was correct wew. -T Ll thogt'dphlcp ,r

'. ..b a?tip J, ::. f ba rig" -) wd"",'.b1 1 l 1.ffl1:1.}"/R 1J.it PkiEto'Cm' EX.' -(Jut?: thejehickea'Into"elz he presented it ; and'he was.peigiitted inthe-trnited'Statesi Cirtult'A

ZVali.114ae. d 1le66c.3, is about two-thlnls of inch Wck. Vf1 eigh pieeesT- Season':hell to state that the President tAe company the Southern district New Y vwnrtjc<*k

]Cat's ai'"n TT,jOdule' ;Z'witItJfdI. I 'tltew em>uijh; themes so'that when they; with'salt and PepPer' ."''Dip,in' beatei told'him Inthe.: .cityof: ,**&V Vjor\ (the defendant appealed'JJueyg( ,gtf'a(

.. den !.,het flAmllii ThiOG"hfLetlan I >are 4 y t'spread bn the crust' they':will cover 'egg;'then in fine breadcrumbs in which 'tbat'he would:"'see the;bIll paic t.'t the the' opinion: said.' "Hnt.:He'ai>
, as SecMtaiyl4+ 11!'tl ie isfai' it and be deep'enough'tb{ 'agood; fheie n.ts.O1e ,teaspoonful1' of::cfioppw company being short of 'f J ds"t1 f ) Untiohof the defendshtbtI Uaa&
I' and imtriotio woman,'..itli datrrIna>iwrselftsltLdettlta ct' layer of'fruit;("roll the'crust':up' then! parsley for" :every* cuPf of.'crumbs' Judge'Helm,.in'tlfe. opinion;'said f'The; is this: That''Wplras'[ noN' CSI

kvelabored''brigand taking care to keep the cherries itronfalling Fry ten'minutes in bolling fat. !:Coffer: company being corporation could con- tional warrant'for"the t':

bardtancl tholft;"paj'''o} 'rewardsaveiwtaVlSomeS + off. :Wrap 'a 'cloth''around it; the center of'a cold dish with Tartafi tract debts, audit accounts therefor; theta photographer1' :ait sst;$

; 6ta''WnSe*[ fr 'dot:; sewMt: looieiy',with' a' coarse: thread, sauce: Arrange the chicken. oh this. ''j and 'and pay'the same only by its' agents. and a photograph. 'not' a p ritmif.,. t
-donera d'hatejracc; e ded.rm11 enlfatin whjch is easily ,pulled out.-' ,' Allow garnish with 'border ot pickled beets;. 'Under'the circumstances: disclosed JJ c ourt shDu d.? itate JQug'j a '
-an aid',whfch 'Mds'fcOr W"'realize*tfi'eltherereefipri'brasuitabTi plenty of I room; for-the-crnit; to rise, so'it..tan'btf, sewed'with. cream the record in this caM Vie conclude that: winced beyond .leNOOable d rohr.

tbest..J !pe.(1 t. ; Lay this on a plate and set I'it' in isteamer the Superintendent and !Secretary were1 before pronouncing lnvaljiiitjic(.'
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.monum8llt.to'tb 'heroes"of. 'Va1f' .. y, ,' ,;Steam it foran hour and a Religious' Sentiment. its general agents in the;transaction of set_of Congress, ;,;T he atgu&wl &&i
$ Forp;. :'rrnm1 fu :jr ... .l, h lf.J' -: its.business and were clothed unount :
'. a '' Affliction, like the iron-smith shapes -t4at.the1- toa/ demonstntioD;
Mf. ,Drexel tas"tonserited to receivi A/Nfew-iWAV'TO MAKE 'CURRANIJ as it smites. with all the powers essential to the successful (loubt exists Uie act should be Sl1. *!';,

.monBJIluU rib a tchd'act as'; treasure) '' ELLY. The currants are to be picked,,' _management thereof. i/The decj %e presumption Is iaf Yorpf UulJi4.:
is the star in the firmJament
Hope brightest
for thfe V oc iafoonVarid'Geo. ,W.;' wished and syrpped in the usual way,,' larations objected' to" had reference to, jty. Jhis has long been the.rule-tJte ,

.their tftel 'tb1M?
'. It.wai edpsto'r8'alto : ': I ; in about weJ ty-four hours the' greatest. they; were not admissible: ,as part ,of.,the is to.the notice the objectof:ttaiUtj

bdperf tt Y v SecteatitI wecannof "a considerable.1,amount; of ,froth. .will l The 3iple without'the'spIrit'iS, a t sundial res yestcE) and they could not bind thecompany'in ute;was to preyeqt a' person fro.i beg

'., avoid muBrin 'specrally\tno. G.' cover the surface,produced by fermentation by'moonlight.He' estoppel. 'But, being made Tunished_.who.ignorantly and.innoceDtIJ ;
Whitti;th'd poet t"woflffwiderepuaij.: : ( and this must'teremoyedthe and t who throws out suspicion should by its general agents and..representatives .reproduces.!J'r 1 t 'I c *?_.. I

tatlGllJiulIt 1'.iT Bair J .;:; tiM ii 1 whole again strained, through thejeUy at once be'suspected. hioelf.Drudgery concerning an indebtedness clearl/wiih- Loss.'-OF, BAGOAG. uv CA.IDfSCE.An .',

We ate permitted to copy hi?'letter; bag ;,then an-equal weight of pow- ,may occupy the hands- It. ;; i In 'their')power ''to: 'contract, arid 'pay;; \.. action was ;:brtoH

1 *whichsh0itB; 'mis.fympathy and explains de f Rlde'sugar: added ; this'is'st; bred _only noble service goes from the heart.. i tbey''were"admissible'urider an exception against a railroaompanyfor iUf_;
itself iJt,will beuieadwith'.p; aBtlN constantly i /Uf tilenlir lyvdissolved'arid!, I Our actions must clothe us with an to:the rule excluding the' declarations ':i 'of a. trunk, and on.the trial\ the'drftti: ,
r by ails endorsing alled estb.1abar8 then ppt Into'ais'ttied'"u tightly and I loathsome of an agent made'subsequent' t o' tilt insisted. that the yidfine..w. aoti;
Immortality or glorious.
.of Mrf Cone.Jtb il sir :riot then*put away ;;at thV end"of;anbth r : the transaction .to which they relate.' uflicient.to prove the shipment., -.,

tt '>ua/f oi zoo-' .J1j;:l1tb mo twenty-four'hours'a perfectly trans There is no religion without worship, These declarations were, however; y.and loss,of the trunk;.The jury tout,
Co :-nI have .1'eI.dwith : and there is no worship without the
.gteatat':Jfe-y tiafac tWii
the neglected dead pf Valley' Forge.': character'will' be formed, !Which t "',,'m ;:their entire effect might havebeen any appealed the case-Denver,South .
The poem.-'fllnt'me will fin&>a'p lace I. keep as long as if;it had been cooked: '. As sOon as we divorce love from the deftroyed by corrections or by explanations Park and.Pacific Railroad Comps v\

through) itli.oe.meritsLwithoot ''any. DBINK. jccupations"of. life, we"find that'labordegP ; showing ignorance; mistake Roberts-to the ,
. effort of mine (.will send it toth OAT Ai: Mix one-half : SupremQCotxtojCoado *
bub I J.J leTates'into drudgery.
. Jtoston &anscrwtt the best literarydaily pound of' oatmeal with five gallons', ofcold / I or want of authority in the premises.; ,, when the judgment afinwdL,;
The'geatest'pleasure I know is to d .
. papeFhere.; V \" Water,'boil it for Bali; an hour,and !i : o TRADE-uAri-Co)POUI=DESCRIPTIVE Judge deck,, in the opioibni,lq il;
-a gobdactian'by'stealtii; and have ittoiurid
J amftQ'tru1f-thy friend, strain it'through father coarse- ''The plaintiff bought a .ticket oyer the.iefendant's ,
Itff Oli; n n JOHN.G.'WjIITTiER.these. 0'gravystrainer I out by accident.-':Lamb.As'we NAME.-A m'ion'for a preimuiary -
sIt"iS1wneSiifcerel1 ; add brown sugar to taste while injunction to restrain the'uSe road to.B saw his bag Ne

Hoped,;that hot.. It is very mush'improved by the; '.'icatter the can petals: not to gather the winds a of rose be and venwitho of a trade-mark was denied r In Hostetter, here, gave up his.check' and j eeiredefendant's.

.adios', .t.ul... PI p= rtnt'.;;;' a' rarai aproti. .al'then of addition of one-half souse: of citric acid tl'one. of them. resting 'on our vs.-Fiies,'In the'United States Circuit t' .check ; ,upon reaclwgB..,
uflse eiTbrts'every where. one'ounce the company offered turn another trank
or tartaric acid. The Court for the Southern
:: 43 'vi: itlibY: t.o I. ; -' own pQrsori; so we can not do an act oloving' District of New than his
----- and c.i '
thinly cut rind of two or three lemons own;: duo daffier,hisv
'"ThejirudflowOTs kindness ''to'notber'' withoutiomeportion York, the 'bill complaint and the' *
tffValley or oranges may be boiled in it, or;a still trunk to him at all." This is sufficieat..
lForge.iBrTi'Jtfft t r(I'a.)Ifortic NewslEnRlIsh > love's'essence affidavits not showing suilicient case.'
: restingnoil
Cheaper flavoring is to add, before boil1ngabit '. '.. I Judge Wallace -in the opinion evidence to justify the finding of ftejurj
our own souls. ; ,;said :
Railway Pro natiori.. of:cinnamon stiek or a few .... Cbnudainant's tiatjthe company was.'responsible fort
J, i"J >a." i> -- property consists in the
e Joves. To be served cold. ; No sin U denounced, in theBible' in tie trunk, and:the judgment for jts value -
right to Seth name
A man began as a Iorter.byandhe by mOre : 'Dr.J: Hostetter'sHomach .
\j startling>languag& thari'the siii must be affirmed. ---
was made:ne.of the Tail way police ; PRESERVED' CIIERmES-Pick and' of ,usury.. '">'fslI'h.propbets\ the Old Bitters' in cxmnection with .n""I't;'!< < < i" 1tJ\ -' -'
if behayedtwell he might get to some :tone the cherries; p them in'layers.with Testament and Jesus Christ in the New certain labels; bottles and other devices CORPORA.TlOXEW COCTOJCATIOS

other/officg.: ; her might;:become an. inspector powdered sugar, in a deep earthen Testament denounce and 'which designate-the preparatIon as ''of -DEBTS_ -ASSETS.,-A corporation 9J.

:..ot-ilvggage i trains,- or cattletrains 'dish,.allowing half pound of sugar t0and in the most forcible terms usury that usurers find heir own manufacture and indicate its ,leered certain. salvage ;money,, and did,,

,;- he might.become the station, eac>pound of cherries ; let, them st expression in'language. But can 'isorigin.( .- The bill alleges that the defenlants' not pay it over. to those entitled.. .to it

.master of*small:and. then;of.a' larger in :a cool place three days ; then boil a 1' the cornerstone of modem'civilization.usury are engaged manufacturing !This.corporatioitpassed-over U). a .new

3tatbn,l a imi4rjy.heiexplained to. me together in acppper preserving kettl e.' and '.selling certain essences, oils and'Xtracts i orporatiori>its assets, businssigoodriljt -

.the system of..prorootion in the engine IrawjBg the kettlafrom the fire,ozet' "( The time* may be delayed, the man- e which they represent can be :,, and stock in .trade, ,everjlhiivrhatever

xlriving4epartment! of the line. J A man ;ding ifcidown#; ev ryltimeitboihauntil, er-may unexpected, but sooner or s 0 manipulated and.used as
genetallybegius,! as a clearer, then;he J t boils up six tdmeethen PQur all into ,later, in some form or other, the answer a good imitation of variouswellknown potation to, satisfy ,their claims;,,9ne

becomes, jfiremap: 'and afterward !areguIar an earthen dish and let them cool ; th ensacred is sure to come.,.. Not f a tear' of brands of ,bitters, among them an imitation 'ot: ,the,salyors: sued the corporation: ,.for'his

ngijiesiriTer., There is a long take up, that,cherries; from the..syrup; sorrow, not a breath of holy of Hostetter's Bitters ; that they claim;' Brum ys Merchant& lIub1al,
Vainthem lay them in thin < the
-drillingijbefore! *;man becomes fit for;: : layers on < same to cpmpounders and.job- -
.what.,:is called..the.!foot )late!life. Indeed : ; 'hair sieves in a warm'oven to dry ; turn will ever be lost;" but, in God's own hers, with instructions to the purchaserS tatesCircuit .Court,,for they Eastern

many: /. !t them jiever become fit hem :out on: clean '.sieves every six time and way, it will: ba wafted back as to the mode of compounding ,the DistrictofLouisiulaantiJudge> .JViltf.

.for it;.for.,, there are cbuntless?oppor- hours until "they.:are quite dry ; they again in clouds of mercy:, and fall in bitters and selling them as- the genuine in giving him;judgment said7"T he.

tuhties for committing,, blunders, and nay then.be, packed,.in boxes between, bowers of blessings on you and those article, and that such purchasers co m- capital.:of,the anew,company, ww co-
ayers'pf for whom you: pray Prof:,TF. S.:,Tlle taints made of what left of.the
a man who .commits, blunders. is. er ;uiper. pound the essences and sell the'bitters: up was

lit for the M,.wpr.k,, ,,The,driver- nevI locomotive I ... LJo10D.The,. juice of three Rabbi Simon once bought a camel of. made thereby# to retail dealers, and the jsetsoftheold- cOI paay.-- I ,hare. 'ff nodoubt _
Ishmaelite. --
an His disciples took it
: -. jilif .to ,understand 'from: lemons, the peel of one, lemon, quarterof latterpreserve. the.empty' secondhand r that everything was mte1iiIedlindt
. science nat}e xpeqence> : jail about his a pound of Jump. sugar and a quartof home, and on removing the saddle discovered bottles which have been sold by 'the J t,'carried 'r out' 'in':'the best of faife"imdlanVihcKhed ;

t locomotive.' ; lie should! .know all about cold water. Allow. to stand five a band of diamonds concealed complainant, having the labels thereon,. ]: to think''that: 'ii'thb debb!
under it. "Rabbi! '
hisengine,just .gadriferorridersltouldpropetiy hours and strain. Rabbi I" they exclaimed and refill ,them with the bitters con. ,due libelarit'for salvage money bid feeen

understand the temper,of his ,t SroNGE CAKE.- rBeat six. eggs verylight the blessing of God maketh pounded from the defendant's essences i known that it would, have been'poViiled. -

.horse. iHe'jbegjnSjWitlv belonging to a ,.separately;. of course, put the rich send., intimating Take- the that diamonds it was a God. and put them,off upon the public aa the '':fofl.1:As tte'' e"-' 'cbrporation

class of;enginemen who are called the I weight of the eggs in powdered sugar back to' genuine bittersrot, the icomplainani'd 'tpoklall: the prop rty of thebl4.cofDpMfi.

"relievers/' ;reality;they'have, no into the yolks;next the juice and grated the"man, oiwhpm, I purchased the cam manufacture. ..The complainant has leaving nothing to pay the amount due

engine ':-of.:them own, but they take peel of the lemon,then the whites with a el camel, said .the.rabbi, "he sold I me a neither the exclusive right to make bitters / llbelant! ;and,as it toolf it not as creditor

charge of the' engine from the, drivers few sba1i s. Add last half i f the weight ; not precious stones."? The dia- compounded after the .formula, of but as:owner; ;It'seemj'clear'to me that

who have corned! from the, main line.; of eggs' in flour. Stir, in lightly and monds were accordingly ,returned, to Dr. Hostetter, nor the exclusive Bright it must pay'the debts of 'the old tote-

:His first work .is generally on a pilot thoroughly.' : the no small surprise of the owner ; to sell bittersby the name' of ''Hos} pang, at'l least to -the ainountrof. the
but the rabbi preserved the much
.engine, where he can't do much harm. HARD SAUCE.TWO of I i more tetter's Bitters The preparation never assets converted
cups pow- valuable jewels-honesty and .
to any'other person. than himself. A integrity. had any name until it.was offered the -
dered sugar, add half a cup of butter, to ,
man learns' 'to drive a_* goods train' be- slightly warmed, so that the two can be Style of matter is to a preacher more public and ,chartered. When a [new Another" Great' Tunnel- ., '
fore'he" intrusted a' with a'passe ger important than the manner of delivery.So article is made :
worked up together.Vhen they are a name must be.given. And pow.'it"is proiipstdjp joinEIg-:
:train";, btit'it generally,five or seven says Prof Austin Phelps. He pointsout to it, and this 'l land'aiid tunnel. 'TIe
well mixed, beat in half a teaspoonfulof becomes, by Ireland, .by;; a
years .."before'A' lie" gets'this. 'promotion. nutmeg acid the juice of a lemon.. that good style, as he uses the term, common acceptation the appropriate- distance, byjway. (the'small 1.J!eland on

and then. 'it' Lion. a' slow train: ; he .is Whip smooth and light, mound neatly involves perspicuity, energy, eleganceand descriptive term by which it ,is known, the coast PoitPatricke. neatly
-. then prompted to a fast passenger train naturalness. He. declares that, a and therefore becomes" fourteen half miles. Will bean
upon a plate, and set in the cold to public property;: awl.a It
and then \o in large class of middlemen,,between the If there ; ; bfl
express. There are harden. I, were not; many .''persons immense advantage to. Ireland to
three'ihings to which : scholars and t vulgar, do not know could acquire the with
a good engine- PARQUET FLooRs.-Parquet floors exclusive right to.a connected driver has to look : ;First, the condition enough to refrain from'slang in their formula by giving a still 'r
should never be washed with soap name to the com England, and, ofj courSe,of
of htilire"which ought to be burning and water but should be cleansed own practice. The surest-- way to be pound produced, not only'-when the auvantage if the tunnel under the .

well before starting>> ; a thorough taking with about understood, is to speak. your pure mother compound has not been'patented British Channel is constructed..
turpentine once a month. Not but -,.. ever. .
tock' examination of tongue. a thought exists which when it ,' '
; his engine before might not be the '
LETTUCE CREAM; SALAD..-Season object 'of a ,. .- ,
starting arid then a,constant lookout must go outside the English language patent. AU. who .have the -- .
signals. 'Tne slighest mistake the lettuces vinegar, salt pepper and t for a clear,'precise, forcible utterance. manufacture -and sell the rightto ").Ir.,what.is a grass widow ?'1.asked
overiookbg little' red pounded sugary all in sparing quantity. .Good sense must have literal expression have the a JIarlem youth who had been,reading
5n the light right to '
or, designate
Then Our'oni it the and sell it description --
,) thickest cream I "Did ever see a rank arid tophea in the papers about a of that
'iadee :ln ttot noticing any incidental you vy by the name by which alone it is : person
gnalsj'maywreck; a train and ruin a you can obtain. ,This salad should be :.growth of clover just after a thunderstorm provided care is ,observed to known, "Wh1my boy I can't w-

*river. .,_ eaten soon after it is dressed. a ?" he asks.' Such is apt to be preparation as.the.manufacture sell' the ,plain it exactly." ni.. bet''' I tuo-

HAM AND MACARONI.-Cold ham, the style"of a preacher who always t'x" seller and not'the of
Heavy' silks, 'woven in small'mat either .fried or iled."ery good temporizes. The gushing t'ntbuil1tsmIOf r i iother. A 'trade;preparation'made mark' by "Wen; tell me>: ;"A grass widow is e

elaaae patterns; will .eplace to some ,mixed ,with.macaroni. Boil the latter extemporaneous delivery is apt tocast i iI a word, mark. or device- 'consists of female .');oman whose-husband'died' of

\.-v-etxtent'thp.i lin Ottomans,of .the past I until tender ; warm dice of the former the style into inextricable conf- : manufacturer or. vender adopted by a hay .fever" .he: exclaimed. Theo 1 he

.snatwu. ;,.' in a saucepan and mix them with the I sicn." his production from to distinguish went out in tbd kitchen and rubbed tW

]. other productions.: ea:'3 nose with red pepper.


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,"i .V, _P 1'lJIIJ1I:, J:' summer fa1'-centresa 1 The eaaon ,at Saratoga DeTer opeqs 3 'f. .. ., DAILY.
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:y.:. -p. tic,. .Wr: hues.beeif in ltiatUrbed .efafefeira'week fairly.uotil raceabegin.dt present ... .. x ,, Carrying thef. S!Mail.
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: ; 4.'f"ll.-::,...w.;'W.AGER'.. :J 4& ..t&.'..u..a : lpwfllduL_ There_ is"no:question but n- groups on the piazzas-. ', dyspeppes'dis) : ''STRONG: -- ; ,Elegant ,Slda-,wheel ;Steamers\ -- ,;fH........-.

; /_ ,Fidltor\ lc; 'nbUlr er that ttfiGovernment could dupKcate'the cuss: their 0Ji era nd their hpmptoms) ,;andlandlordalooh'ss .,. .. BEOULA, '. .....:..t MAIL o __ ,' ';' =)'
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4UO bluendxhopeless istheir Capt.. r- .
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l L : : Western:U lon'i plant with 'onedobrthofrthatcolporation's : : ..;_ T.Zt:

", .....J,eaeo laoaeinchInipecs-. w'.s> ., ;'.1.--18:;.;.;.ages; :j. capitalized'stock; guests. 'The average guest comes'to I ....-FA'C-TS'/, .' B.B.'PLANT rapt J.- W,,Fitzgerald.. : ?"".
, __ : pulec1 byLthertItfngritesenQniie nd' ; this placeiof'rest and ,and :A.'V1'A.,CapeBro k.'
;(- paooc i & M tfiereironld beno diisaon'ol' '
above-named steamer will leivcf '
J proitslliejcost y,4 One of the
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,,' ; ': "- A peopla are asking +' : Sunda -111. for PALATKA. SAXFORIVECTERPRfSE ;
great many pp -
im,rthreecentetamp. be New York City and elsewhere he is the
} '\aI'IoP_ rr 11 .materially reduced from time to time; what. BKOWN'S aJul'al1'1I1termedJat8 if:
B maybe :on:file; 'at, juntas he-Postal'Service' personification-of restless business activity landings. r.-- -f,, v. ,. q..:
fl0pAP being cheapenedr --- -'-
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Nand ,1J.oxBrrtns Joe.eood b., .. ROSA Capt J.t.Amazeen.
' '(b .P.Bow& Co/s -Advert; .- ; ; hut in.Saratoga he wisely takesmat- .. u JwiY- pie .:'Pbge1.'i.
j" Bureau(10.'Spruce Street), where: -- --- ,ters coolly, quietly and peacefully 'and; ) 'It will cu 'ttwtDiseise..ram: FREDERICK- DE.WELAKA ,v t
2 ffgane contracts may,be made.for, it! A HEABTREXDING DISASTER. .. ,Captain J.S-'Matthesbn?
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aside from his the safety ; Consumption .
-, keeping on 7s'DroPa7rhidneyDsease; '
4 n :-> : -:" I eye One of the above me4 fteaiaew will- ...
SsEVFfOBK' ., :.. .. -- .. -, BALTD OBE, July; 24.-A terrible calamity valve of the"market, pays little.or.no. at> ", ,pvspepsiv Rheumatism, leave DeBary wharf; .loot of 4ura.8tJ'eet.

. '-.o>.... Js.the OFFICIAL,newspaperMrtto&W :occurred at North Point, Tivoli, tention 'and is disturbed A'edialgis;and all Similar diseasesVJt ,- dally,except Saturday at 4 30 p.-m.;and from
. SrD .' ,-, not v by- any .. 9, F and W.RaUway wharf at & p."nv, for' y;
,. ,.''II'. ...DR"I'. .:.1 tv: ':. excursion resort on the Patapsco, ten commercial rustle. If he does not makean oJ. ,. Palatka.Sanford." ,'Enterprise- "_.*_-andaulnterinedlatolandings. ,* - '-
-wonderful powetis,
males from this >
# :1 u villa...tUjv' city, about ten o'clock early trip to one-of the springs, he Connect at Palatka with Florida!Southern' 1
simply because it. enriches -- -
, aau JlaJJ.er. : last night, by which many lives were lost, glides down stain at a late hour,.receives Railroad for Gainesville and Ocala.
.: .,: .' the number the blood, thus beginning at Connects at Astor with S...Johns and Lake' .:' s
being estimated at between his mail, purchases a morning paper and Costts Railroad for Fort Mason Talaha,Lees- ,
""Rmnscle'and mind does the world sixty and seventy; The accident the foundation, and. by building.ap e burg and all point on the Upper Oclawaha.- tot; t
was occasioned toward the breakfast table. '
there 'is of:development saunters the system, drives out all disease.A : Connects at Volusia;wtta:-coaches,.1m..Or.. =
:eve whatever : by the'giving way of the outer The list of arrivals informs him of the arrival mond and: Daytona. _. ., ..
advancement in what pertains to thelaanetf portion Connects at Sanford with South Florida nan '
m d a pier, on which several hun- -
of friends and the of the fore-
: comforU-and .conveniences of dred rest lady'Cured. of Rheumatism.Baltimore road for Longwood.Mattland*:Apopka'.City. ,i Ir
persona were congregated, awaiting noon is generally devoted to'making an Altemonte Orlando Ki&simmee.: and withsteamers
Md..Mar 7. 1880. for Lake Salt Lake and Rock-
forces .coordinateJniocbniplishing Jesaup '
: are .
life. Thejetjro ion. Muscular boat to return to this city. The locality informal. call. .on them.. In the evening Rheumatism My health wa when much I lihatttitd commenced by ledge and Indian River.k .r ......
'i progrr is on a small bay about"two Connects at Enterprise with''coaches for
he pays a visit to Congress Spring Park, taking Brown's Iron Bitten and I -
by mind is inert except bad sucneih to attend Daytona and New Smyrna and TitDSvillev
force Ungoverned distant from North scarcely enough
.... Point Lighthouse.It but returns to his hotel or boardinghouseat to my daily Household duties. Returning: Mall steamers leave Enterprise, ., .
ttfrr*s its mere material existence,is was formerly known as"Holly Grove" I I am now using toe third bottle and I every morning at 7 and Sanford at 7:30 a."m.." t
I an early hour, and at an early hour re strength daily and and 9 a.m., making close connections -with
am regaining
ccrned,while mind, per te, may con: and was the first regular excursion place tires. cheerfully recommend it to all. 8.,F.and W. Railway for all points North,

cfjTC'the grandest schemes of ,develop- fitted up,for this city, about fifteen years The bracing atmosphere of the foothills of 1 it.cannot Mrs.say MA>too Y E.much BRASHEA ia poise. East&-Through and West.bills of lading given to all points.?

Bffl ,!but, what do these, conceptions ago) and was a most popular resort at is conducive to sleep and he loses no 173 fmmuntt. The steamers of this line are all first class _
jiJionnt without the requisite muscular thAt time 111, every respect "
and for several afterwards. Disease Cured.Cbriatiansburg.
years Kidney'
opportunity to! gain the benefit of this further information< apply at ,.General .
force to lender, them. available? We Yesterday an excursion'was given to remark .Va,iSSe.Sufferin Ticket Office,corner Bay: and Laura Streets. I
restorer. It is
great a common ,
from kidney die se W.B.; WATSOX.Manager.
'therefore perceive ,that these two greats Tivoli, under the management of the Saratoga visitors that on their arrival from wbick I could ret no relief, I _' C.B.FESWICK.Gen.Pass.Agent.SPORTSMEN'S .
.re mutually dependent eachTon Mount among tried Brown's Iron Bitters, which
Royal Beneficial Society of the here they feel an inclination to cured me completely. A child of '
the other in respect to, physical develop.. Catholic Church of' mine,recovering from scarlet fever EMPORIUM' !.
Christi of
... ,. sleep and their appetites,at once improve.This had no appetite and did not seem to : .-T' '
utw which Father Stark is pastor. The Mount be able to cat at ali. leave him Iron .. .
is due both to the beneficial effectof Bitters with the happiest results. R. C. SCRIMGEOUR
'a Beyond this point' co-ordination ceases Royal Avenue and Moses street excursionists the mineral waters and the healthy at- J.Kua Ms, 'TAGUL

mj mind steps.to the front', claiming" the went down on the barge Cockade City mosphere. An old habitue the other day Heart Disease. TaLJemist Hatmlist .

. 'mut r. it rules muscle. which was towed by the tug A.M.Powell.Theebarge' illustrated this in a few words. "A monthor Vine St.,Harrisborg. Pa. Birds. & animals mounted'-wlth: 'some' .respect"'
Jipthbf'these, forces labor for hire Dec. a,iSduAfter Anatomyi -
was formerly an old canal boat
six weeks in Saratoga regulates one for trying different physicians Everything .ap ninto shooting. ,,. ,
which in common, parlance: is called which bad been fitted with several and remedies fur
up the rest of the year." many palpitation and fishing to be found at my establish., I
of the bean without
jfootj and as mental force controls. physical decks for excursion purposes, and used as Frequently on the broad piazzas may benefit.I was advised to receiving try Brown's any ment and at reasonable rates., *'
force wit assumes to, itself the such for' Iron Bitten. 1 have used two bot -
-- sevcral years. Yesterday she be seen groups of ladies and gentlemen lies and never found anything that Also dealer In the Celebrated Lion
1i 1ti.share .of c'the compensatibh; -and made three trips, the last being made whose indicated by frosted nave CM so much relict brand of Asbestos paint 'in'' all colors
years are Mri.Jt ( HessFor
hence we have rich men and poor men. in from this city; between six and seven ready for use The best and cbeapesc "
4E locks, and who in a kind of informal paint ever introduced for House or Boat
jnonetary.manner: of Bpe Jdni;. o'clock last evening, and reached Tivoli reunion chat are retrospectively enjoyingthe the peculiar troubles to which use. Oil stoves In great variety, suitablefor t
.:ATnmsde,and mind are to a great. ,extnttiependent Before 10 o'clock. During the day she had Saratoga of years gone by, when they ladies are subject CROWN'S IRON family or boat use.y '
BITTERS is invaluable. it. '
i on each other 'so also is taken,down about 500 persons, and on her came here with their parents. Try LINSEED OIL WARRANTED 'PURE.Pratt's ., ''''
the pool and the rich'man dependent'J6neach last trip about one hundred. A large number These belles and beausof
well-preserved Be sure and get the Genuine. Celebrated Astral Oil always ii"
other and there should be only'sucha of those who went down during the a third and half century ago recall '

difference' in their compensation as day remained, intending to return on the pleasing and memorable incidents of the STOCK. I'

would be"indicated: by their Independence last trip.. I .
and refer familiarly to names once
past Triple plated "Table" ware_ from ,the ,
of each other: .Such is not th; When the barge approached, all thoseon ;
prominent in the leading events of their House of Holmes, Booth & Hayden.

#i ':Were it so, how could,a Gould, in shore made a rush for the end of the time, 'but to the younger generation Lanterns Razors, Combs, 'NIclc blacks' J

tiirty yeari;amass a colossal, fortune wharf, which is several: hundred feet long, known only in history. Brilliant in PIONERCOOPERAGE.&;- in endless-' variety.-- .. .. ". I

$75,000,000, an average of over$2,000,066 and_were closely packed together at the their prime and grand in their old age, Chars, Tobaccos Pipes :. r rand

per annum' ?, Whilst he is, hoarding gate, about twenty-five feet from the end, these respected white-haired veterans Syrup Barrels $2.25. all smokers' arUc es. ,or" !

'166666 per month, his laborer, the"man impatiently awaiting admittance through while enjoying the pleasures of to-day Gauged to order, ten cents extra. oJ.! _. .
When cannot find .
who furnishes the muscular force is re- thVgate. As the you
barge came alongsideand
revel in the reminiscences of
fairly the Barrels and Oval Water
the Honey what you want in the other stores In Ti. :
caring enormous, sum of $35 permonthout struck the wharf, suddenly and vivid mental j
past-a picture., tusville just give n. c. S. a call and you.
of which ,lie pays $16 per without warning gave way, and a large The visit of Lord Chief-Justice Coler- BreakersFrom will be sure to'get suited. f

month for, house,rent and his grocer's portion of the crowd, were precipitate] idge of England, who has accepted the : : 82.00 : : Up. DIISG'ELLAIr'EOUS.TT I 4

KB of$18 per month-leaving him $1 into the water, which is about ten feet invitation of the State Bar Association, I Tanksand .- t

per month for his clothing; medicines, deep."Many were able to save themselvesby will, it is expected, be in Saratoga about : r: :

and the comforts and luxuries of life. fleeing toward shore, as the outer end August 23. Holding the exalted positionthat all kinds of COOPER WORK to order.T. : ; I

He laboring men. of.America, have become of the pier crumbled and fell. Darkness hedoes, and as the representativeof JOHNSON, CASH !- CASH i! GASH I.!

.r-- most. ",' assuredly. ,,"Hewers-of. 0' wood added to the confusion and terror, and the English bar, this eminent Jurist LaGrange : : Florida. -,. .- j ji

nd drawers d!water." "Wfe ask you men little could then be done to rescue the'OWling will be accorded great attention. He : :' i i

of muscle how is :itT with you Y'Every < most; of whom were women will sail from Liverpool about August 10, w. 'I. MOORE WHE'REP .*i

dollar your muscle makes, aside from and children. The first news of the disaster and will reach New York City about Au- .' -, l .." .. I

'you:meagre subsistence, you hand over reached this city a little after 2 gust 22 or 23. He- will be the. guest of- General: Commission' Merchant, AT THE I

toe mind force and thus become the cur- o'clock this morning, when the barge E. F. Shepherd,' son-in-law of W. H. Vanderbilt AND DEALER IN

tafler of.; your own independence. You landed at Henderson's wharf, bringing a and will remain in this country I -

'ffiafe'yourself a slave to capital. Whilst number of the bodies of the drowned until about the middle of November. On andFamily fC3 AQQUART R$

yon toil.for an existence ; you support Up to this hour it is said sixty-five bodies arriving in this country he will at once Groceries ; -'. I

.your! master in Idleness, ease and luxury. have been recovered. i be taken to Irvington: A reception will STORE :, .

;A lujuuing'" up 'of from$100,000 to >'. '. be given him by W. D.::Sloan,well knownin Supplies. ,

[$ OO,000permonth"over){ and above aCuring The Telegrapher's Strike. ft.
railroad circles. He will afterwards -
The New York Herald says the striking '
of ease and luxury' means some- accompanied by a small and select party, FLORIDA
still determined and in TITUSVILLE .:
:i&It! ; means a: ,life of squallor'and telegraphers are visit Newport-and then come to Saratoga Titnsvllle : : Florida. .' -, _,' .f '. -r;...
good spirits. They still adhere scrupulously November 10th 1SSO. tf 47 '
wan. .\ of heart-breaks and rags forthou* Vanderbilt has'placed at the ':i. "'._. :.:, ;

nnds and ro the course followed from the .. .... '" ..,' ,, .,
,thousands of our 50,000,000 of of the strike disposal: of the Lord'Chief Justice three FORINDIANRIVER.HART : \ : : I

People constituting our American-nation.It beginning making a peaceable and 0 .a:, ...F10:;.

: means that you are paying $5 and up- orderly and lawful one, and in yesterday's elegant ing coaches.cars-dining The trip, drawing proposed is sleep-quitean & SIM'SRockledge '.". 5 ...-- .- .,t.:...-' : .....-- 'uLThe I t

vJnUanaaeto millionaires for lands meeting they very properly and includes Boston '- '. .. ......:.. -,- ,'. :;
extensive one, Line.
which .greeted with a storm of hisses the sugges- .- ," .. i.
.. yon owned but which were tion of an agitator that "what is neededin the White Mountains, St. John, N. B. The Steamer, "ASTATULA,". 'Oldest and Most Reliable Place'oPI
tuxn from you by law, through Congress, and throughout the Dominion of Canada. -' -' u.L, i le
a strike is,to break things. Will leave Sanford and .
and pen to the who Enterprise ev .".JJt': !I
men are now asking'you'to The other points to be touched will include -
The Western Union side are obviously for and win ,
Tuesday Rockledge
purchase it at $5 or $10 per acre. :Niagara Falls Buflalo, Cleveland, ery BUSINESS tiron
It pursuing the "whistling' policy. Theyare leave Sanford and Enterprise for Salt
: means that whilst you are toiling, forth Toledo, Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul, --p-- : is"11
studiously putting rosy representations Lake and Titusyflle FriJay.RET"'R .
"Wetting and starving, these monopolies Minneapolis-Sioux City, Kansas City, every "
that they are getting along Indian .River, Dealing in l
ne:asking, yea, demanding that you cast well without the strikers and that St. Lou, Omaha and possibly to San IXG *i N. :,.

pan of your dollars in their now already :very Francisco. While in this country he. Will leave. Lake Poinsett every Wednesday -::;sTL t
are working smoothly.
things generally
,waring coffers and that you elect them i But these statements are not likely to deceive will pay a special visit to W. M. Evartsat at 4 p. m., and Salt Lake every General Merchandiser. {

"w', offices of legislation, of honor and of the community and cannot conceal his country scat at Windsor Vt. and Saturday at 9 a. m. for Sanford. '> .i c

.'taut,that they elevate themselves higher well known facts. It is plain that the also to an old friend, the Bishop of Fred-i ,Prompt close connections made with :.: y u!? 1

,'tod'higher in' power over you and that service of the is seriously crippled erickstown. The Lord Chief Justice daily line steamers for Jacksonville and None but smelly fint-tlass good?"-ace
company -
you sink lower and lower the scale of"ttirtence all North. :,. .- '
in the business of will be accompanied to the United States points >J.
and that telegraphic
; lower and lower into servitude.It by his son and two of his friends. Whilein Capt.; Joe Smith, ......' UL4
means that monopolies make the laws the country grievously interrupted. Saratoga he will probably be the guestof 3 tf Manager. bought and sold at this Stand.;; ..

Jtoid.tiat Commercial interests in particular are Judge Henry: Hilton. AT/GCST. -. .
the laws protect the -: :
suffering. This condition of things can- .L.'. ARRIVALS & DEPARTURES OF MAILS. I
,ttonopolies. It means that you are not without Fruit and poultry bring extremely From Enterprise to Titnsville. '. .- rn
ns1 not long continue arousing a Leave Enterprise Monday Wednesday and ..
: before the law' popular protest and opposition which the. good prices in Key West markets just Friday at 3 a.m. -----o't i
Beare Arrive at Titusville Monday Wednesdayand .' "0:
no advocate of strikes, co-oper derelict companies will find themselves : now. Alligator pears sell at ten cents Friday at 9p m. .r. ; F

arbitration, etc., but we do ad vo- unable to resist.Moreover I each and chickens bring from $12 to $15 Saturday Leave TltmvQlo at 5 a-111. Tuesday Thursday- 'and, ..' .. .. 'J! ;,

c:-that'every working man in America they are incurringgrave legalrisks. per dozen and are scarce at that. Arrive at Enterprise Tuesday Thursdayand Remember A Dollar will buy exactly
n txercise his his Saturday at 9p.m. .,:"7' ;
to own
power '
They are liable for unreasonable AJacksonville exchange says: 'Thecoroner's From Daytona Titnsvllle.

interest and not in the-interest of his delay in transmitting. messages and for jury sitting at Madison on the Leave Titnsvllle. Mondays, Wednesdays, $I.U'O worth.: t T J
arfltts_asters the monopolies; mistakes made by incompetent operators. and Fridays at 3 a.m. .4:4* f
body of little Fred Erwin, has rendereda Arrive at Daytona, Tuesdays, Thursdays, ..
; fenofmusdewaiyoudoit? It is probable that the seeds for an abundant -' and Saturdays at 9 P;m. "r' .!\ *'fl$# f
of suits for damages have already verdict that he came to his death by a Leave Daytona,Mondays Wednesdays,and
crop .
44.' Friday at 5 a-111. Established In lS73.ir t
r ''Z5e Jacteondllle Tana.Union is of the been sown. blow from the hand of Gabe Ashley. Arrive at TitusrlUe. Tuesdays. ,' Thursday, -. a:Fes-: I r.
On the whole the situation appears to Really six big men ought to be ashamedto and Saturdays at 9 p.m. ,
v **J'''b1e opinion that there is danger be decidedly more favorable to the strik- From Titusville to Eau Gallic. : 5. -.L; !
r sit on such a little fellow, hadn't they 1 t order.to.
,*tt one tf the effects of the telegraphers' ers than to the companies,as the difficul- 'Leave Titusville Tuesday and Friday at Address ::: !
and embarassments of the latter Iron in a colorless state and Peruvian 5am. -
&eirill ties
be to renew the effort -to have those of the Arrive at Eau Gallic Tuesday and. Fridayat .. .. .. .
must increase far more than bark combined with well known aromat- 6 p.m.Leave. "' ; I
stye l Government fake control of the lines prolongation the strike.Meanwhile .. Eau Gallic Wednesday and. Saturdayat Headquarters i iT
former a The
by Store
wlpi adjunct ics, make Brown's Iron Bitters.. the' 'best 8a.m. f
p.the"Post Office Department. publiopuuoa is growing ,
Arrive atTitmville Wednesday .and ,Saturday Titwville Fla.I .
medicine known. .
The reason urged will that favor of the operators. at 7 p.m. :' .
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.J-: ... ... '-:"'- ..'f I I'I r. ;y "it. Would soon, have
; about
.r.t' 1t ; t.J f!' flat nerdroesaat; ; ,_ot.,fayor, the II I iBtLatcomitrjlMtye rw s273l From D ma ;
.tk +J -, ., ,.J.. "';."..Ji ,, basswood or ash as any other
66ropeh d.Doirn'. .cheep I are rapidly! per acre, and the average for 7 years :
v-i.ui A_, ,
1 \: 'I'I of timber for fence posts. "Have -<<
T Tidjig: In '.Jop l ritJ. with American bushels. The Last Craft
.I.I)! ..NNpn9rorr ,.1 out basswood posts after having pulpy.
The .turnip crop i*. open of tw most j breeders.: They are vigorous, hardy, Nebraska claims.so hare raised The astronomers of 'all (
: set that were as
r important to oqr jyit m;pf' farm :ioAaUo2J.bnt'jtaa md stand close herding,jn. large flocks largest apple'ever grown in this seven years first. soundst r went to observe the ecllp ,,
when OC.
: one_' tbktls .more gen. without, loss+of aiw.or, : stamina'f the It weighed.29} o nces. .A model of it taken-- 'out Tune as and weather. seemed at the Carolina Island mtbs, 4

calrf nt lected,thin fay.other. It is' ewes are to careful.- mothers. .and. good. in the Smithsonian. institution at. I on May 6th, bad the rare PIIiIt
them. The
DOt a valuable'a.crop as, parsnips, -ca nurses, 'yielding;plenty of,milk; they ington. no effect ,upon to have a::;cloudless day". ....
for less than '
be .
,rotes or.beeta,. o far as,its feeding, yulueTli ( are' prolific, nocks frequently producing An exchange says that a I'' can prepared :the j make 'their' observationsare .. 4
This is
oooeemed,pat it can be produced...at ;40 per, cent of twins; they are hearty York farmer declares that an apiece. ; said to,'be wry impo :
and in
Je.'at that the other*. .:,Beets,carrot; .finders, 'and have, unusually great of Hubbard squash will ,fatten boiled linseed oil stir pul found no trace of' a' P1 t.:
coal to the consistency of paint.
and 'panuipi' should.,,go.'in early, in. : jJ 1re assimilation of food, therefore more. hogs than the corn that Mercury and the sun, which ItiSS
coat of this over the timber and
order to.get good.start.in growth, but; they attain great weights at an early be raised on the same ground. He pected existed, and 'which&
we have the.adyantage: .of being able,to'. age ; yet they kill well, giving a large gathered from six to eight tons from is not a man that will live to see it I named Vulcan., The outer _

R defer.the PGWug- in of fitumiP 'seed',,till :'proportion of choice meats. ,The qualityof acre. I the solar photosphere is tow a': II
Ri' their flesh is such that if it could be FARM ". A few +..
!* years ago a "
July after the new of seed is be due to
crop ready refraction.
; I ,Kerosene oil may be used for It is said ,?
and:cultivation is carded.,on during a' generally introduced to our markets, its insects'on gentleman bought'what.is general trum revealed lines which ...
plants' as
: other use would quickly baD sh'the prejudice ing a run out farm, and thinking .wer*
l period when no crops are,being' Take a tablespoonful of the oil .tinguishable by the astrom :
seeded r :so,many Americans have against mut- use something ,different than
: 'Considering.,the cost of Production mix'it with half a tea-cupful ,of I this means that there are
: the turnip crop should, be.a, ,ton. to bring up the productiveness of other material IDetq"
; and then dilute with a gallon of substances
Almost a ,century has passed sincethe ; he bought'a large quantity IlL tf
; ,
special one on, seryfum. They ,keep body of.the
It can be applied with a syringe, sun whil'II. ,, _
well foundations of the Shropshire Down from the city and mixing it with ,
during winter,and not only serve unknown to'
which the plants should be rinsed our planet,, 1eri1
an siicea breed were laid by crossing the Cotswold st, obtained from a saw mill near
i excellent purpose .wnen_ !: ana clean water. so far as the discovery has '
''J I fed in the: raw state" to stock,-_but.can and the Leicester. the original stock waited patiently for planting : gone. :

I- also,be cooked ,.and,mixed with other found on Morfe Common, a tract 'of As a remedy for hog cholera, a Meanwhile the neighboring -
some 600,000 acres in England. The respondent of the Journcrl of I A Pass In the .
food. Not only are the roots valuable, were watching him closely, Mountains, t
t but the tops -also-there is :no part original sheep had horns, and brown or recommends a half teaspoonful of they found him planting pota .A discovery has recently lea'..

r wasted. By weight they produce heavily black faces. The horns they have lost, bolic acid in a gill of milk. This using sawdust for manure (know- in South America which pro_ &

r 4 and are not deficient in bulk :when but the brown faces are retained, and dy he states has been successful in \ of the potash) they laughed must important change rn the fntm cf

.f, compared with.. many other crops. the legs are dark gray. In those parts case, and not only cures but stops him,a city book farmer, and .J that monster peninsula. As. fa .

I The most essential feature.connected of America where wool alone is the spread of the disease. It is a total failure of the crop, but known, the Andes mountains are fiber-

; with'the cultivation of turnips 'is to object for which the flock is kept, the ed from the mouth of a long harvest time came, his crop of po rier between the west coast.and am*.

,. make the seed bed fine. The seeds are 'Shropshires will be found profitable; bottle. was the largest in town. Thinking tenths of the territory of South An;

I- very ,small,, and must not be deeply where both wool and mutton find ready WEEDS. The great work of learned something new, they ica. Tbh has kept back the ptognsjtf

k covered, and no lumps or other obstructions market, it may well be doubted if a month is to kill weeds. Do not all the sawdust to be had in the the interiorwhich is Inaccessible oojt

should: be tolerated on the location better breed can be kept. until the weeds have choked up during the next year. So when from the Atlantic coast but now

intended for them. In procuring? seed Importations of Shropshires to America crops, but keep the cultivator at farmer went to the mill the has been discoveredinthemountal

T get that which has matured this season, are increasing in volume and infrequency and keep the crop free from I spring after sawdust he found it all tween'Chili and the Argentine territory'

and use it liberally, as this plant is often There are In the vicinity of It estimated that the weeds He said nothing, but dressed his near Lake XaheulhaspL This win op a,

I'!' attacked, by the turnip fly, which is Chicago a number of flocks of much us of half the profits of our barnyard manure, his neigh- up an immense fertile territory hereto

: very destructive. Turnips may be merit, and other flocks are scattered crop alone, and the farmer on sawdust (without the fore one of theimost= neglected eonm.

sown broadcast on: ground ,that has through the country from Canada to keeps his crops free from ). The consequence was as might of the globe. By this pass r.&i1nI4

been cultivated and kept clean and free Texas. For the good of a land which, makes a profit, while his neighbor expected, he was the only man can be built from the western outptfe

4 .. from grass and weeds the previous year; in the first seven months of this year lets the weeds grow loses money who had a good crop of potatoes, of the Argentine Republic, au the

. but they should never follow corn, experience paid more than $40,000,000 to other every crop grown.-Farmer's: Coml> it was his turn to laugh. at its western point, when aewarf

. having demonstrated that such countries for wool and woolen goods, it ion. Companion.Scraps.. I miles has to be occupied, toaCtilSBi.
rotation does not result well. is to hoped that every reasonable effort The Lire tock L'uxml says : port at the head of the gulf which lis
The seed be sown'in 'drills will be made to extend a knowledge of ; between Chloe
may in horses is often brought on by island and the mainly
,. drills to be of such distance the characteristics of this.breed, and to This
apart as I hay passed through cornstalk pass opens up a country*ithtte
-, serves best for either the hoe cultivaf I impress its value upon the minds of oupeople. r temperature
or much
f mixed with meal middlings or is a good deal like a mule very like the United
, When they are high enough to then wet up. The horee eats in his States, that is, on a latitude with See
composition. "I t
thin out an ordinary hoe will cut away Breeders of Shropshires in America food thus prepared so rapidly that it to be ahead of time than be- York.' The middle of the next cental

all that are not desired, leaving themost are thinking of taking measures for not properly masticated, and ." will see myriads of human beings-oca-
I vigorous plants and handpickingis opening a register in which, under I pying the fertile
quently becomes so clodded in pampas east of tLe
I. proper regulations as to proof of Billings has this playful appli
sometimes pure
necessary to thin out the stomach as to cause indigestion, Andes. The commerce will be' conducted
breeding, etc., Shropshires 'in America of see-saw : "I saw a blind wood-
I. that are left. During all stages ed by colic, more especially if direct! through this newly diacorerel
may be entered.Midland :' a't While none ever saw him see
of growth the crop should be kept free after eating he is allowed to drink pass, and perhaps others may be found

from intrusion of weeds and grass,' as ly of water ; and the colder this have seen him saw." I equally available for the dense population

,. turnips are sometimes overtaken by Crass or Cultivated Ground for so much the more liable it is to bring you Owen Brown ?" asked a yet to be developed south of the-

drought, during which time it is abso; Pears. colic." man of gentleman he met. Equator. Who knows, perhaps tie-

lutely essential not only to keep down Nothing seems more surprising than RECIPE FOR Goon VIXKOAK.- I ant owin'xBrown, but what eccentric suggestion of Rowan Helperto

j weeds but also to keep the soil loose I b)' I the rapid movement which seems to many housekeepers find it difficult is it of yours if I am ?" build a railroad from the extreme

frequent cultivation. have been made the last fifteen to I in Akron Ohio who had North to
: make or get good vinegar, I will the extreme South on the top
" The best fertilizer turnips is twenty years in favor of growing pear- my recipe : Take half a gallon of sorgRum married four times, was asked : of the Rocky and the Andes mountain

,, superphosphate; but the addition of awhen trees in grass. We well remember, molasses, pour over it enough are you going to be married along the whole length of North and

proportion of guano and potash in some the subject was first mooted, what water to dissolve i It, stir wells then ?" uS eYer : I shall forever re- South America, may yet be realized,,
a storm the suggestion made. It was single. I hate a 1" .
will be man
shape beneficial. Above all was ner.
enough hot water to make --
live ]
looked on as the height of absurdity, and
however, there is nothing better for of the liquid.
: those who recommended it two tablespoonfuls Other
were thought Worlds than Ourt.
them than
a liberal application of good, ''to be lunatics of the most confirmed of flour, make it into a thin the minister announces, that

fine, well-rotted stable manure ; especially : description. We took and add it to the liquid ; also two tablespoonfuls collection will noWbe taken up," An incredible story is seriously gim
if it has been broadcasted and never any sides ) Irish in some of the journals about the discovery
of good set il in in the
this yeast: ; :1 congrega-
in question until
well worked in with the harrow before our own expert of a sword which was'tound fa
1 place in winter ; any place in the ; rises in his seat and
drilling in the seed. ence proved its value, an I when we an aerolite. A certain physician hi*
is hat in hand
have successful instances of warm enough in summerS it to his nearest
pear-cul State of Xew York attrat.hdbJa.
'not be kept too hot. An open cask .
Horse Breeding. ture in grass as we often have. W'do e brilliant star fed!
very shooting jwhioh
jar is the best to make it in. It will justice of the peace told a
In not
the Chief deny there
Inspector of Sheep'sAnnual are many good in the bed of a creek'ne.ll' wlana he* !.
tit for that the
use in about three weeks code allowed him two
Report attention is called to the cultivators who have excellent success riding. Subsequent investigsUon.oa-
improves with I have for marrying a couple. "Well "
carelessness in what is age. ,
in breeding horses. called clean culture of pear the spot where it fell discovered'tswonK:
no other for fifteen newly made
vinegar bridegroom "here
Large numbers are imported orchards. Their error has been in years.thoug1l ,
every year, regarding of peculiar had evidently
I shape Which
dollar ,
we have cider and apples that will make you three."
and purchasers give higher prices for its as the only successful plan been wielded in battle, and which moat

1, the imported stock than for South Australian As we,have said, it is rather remarkable year round. do little children go to heaven have been used by one who world have

bred animals. how great is the change the other way ; A Philadelphia company has they die ? asked the teacher.I been deemed a giant among the son?.

The rearing of good horse stock is a and we should not be surprised one of a farm in Accomac county, Va., ," answered ,the bright boy at I of men" in this world Of course the

most valuable industry,and it is as easy these days to find the public running t o it to be devoted to raising of geese of the class, "because, it's un I presumption would be that this ward

for the farmer to breed good stock as in the opposite extreme, and insisting that j order to obtain their feathers. They trust" children in a place where had fallen into the clay of a river,which

ferior. One animal does not eat mo reare in grass only can pears be grown. We begin with 2000 fowls and increase lire. was subsequently metamorphosed to

thanmore another, but certainly the good confident that the crops are more 10,000. a student of one college to a heat into solid'rock. In the course of

valuable and will sell for a better regular;the fruit more perfect and the WIIKKK BLUE GRASS ORIGINATED.It who was attending a rival insti- ages a volcano developed under this

price. The number of inferior entireswhich trees are better protected against blight may not be uninteresting to : "Your college never turns out rock, which projected the imprisoned

are allowed to be used isvery We do not, in fact, ever remember having readers to know that blue grass, so ." "Xo," was the reply. sword into space beyond the attraction

large in proportion to the sound, useful a pear-tree to die of blight, not that mous ia Kentucky, was first raised college will allow gentlemen to go of the planet from which it came. 111

animal. Our small local shows, too, we believe grass is a perfect protection, Indiana at little Indian village and graduate." the course of time the wmderillfaerolite

rather tend to encourage the low class only that such is the fact. The groundis Miami Village, on White river, are three very witty and grace in the interstellar spaces becan*

animal, as often an entire has obtained uniformly cooler in grass than iu Hamilton county. In the year 1781 impromptu The first was entangled in the atmosphere of the

a prize, being merely the best animal o n cultivated land, and to a certain extent John and William Connor were (' by Whittier In the album of a earth, and fe into the creek,the impart

the ground. He is advertised, and at moister, and then, too, the roots are by the Indians from Tittsburg, 1's. lady who, with a number of breaking and -setting free the sword.

once obtains mares that would otherwisenever never disturbed. We have lost several and brought to this tillage girls, had been rallying him This reads like another Cardiff. giantstory

be sent. This breeding of inferior standard and a number of dwarf trees here became the chief man among bachelorhood : *

horses has already become a serious eland by blight ; in fact, latterly not a year Indians and through him we >l, von love to levy a tax bu t it isvery ing nioU3;axW other it
barely possible that or
breeders should endeavor to checkit. passes that there is not a diminution of that blue grass was a native of poor tittle paper parcel of fame: some the

The suggestion of the Chief Inspector our trees in this way : while in grass is now Hamilton. In 1S10 as is willing it seems to, that take among my name-you all existence we may of have life positive and 'intelligence proof of ia

is worthy of consideration, that tax nothing but old age seems to cause themto Harrison's army was returning south and re-write till the angels pity her which

beplaced on all entires of.c20pt>rannumeven succumb. When we say that we they took quantities of it to CR." word, Thine truly Wiir some inhabit of the myriads of planets exam Dr:

JE30 would not be too much. In have three trees on our premises said to and Kentucky, and from there space. A microscopic' *

France, where horsebreeding is studied, be full one )Jundred and fifty years old, spread. Judge Finch of Indianapolis following was written by John tion of meteoric stones at Berlin
no animal is allowed to be used unless in good bearing condition, one of themappart'nUy has often been heard to corroborate Payne in 1835 in the album of vealed the fact that they contain fl:

sound and can pass an examination. as good as: ever it was, we i this statement, and it may be accepted of Judge Samuel Goode, of varieties of the outer shells-

i omer), Alabama coral insects which of course,
The consequence is that the Norman think there is good ground for our as correct that blue grass : ,
draught horse is now coming to the opinion.-Gtrmantoirn T c1"crp'' ,. tirst raised in what was then known your name if understood .the fact that they were attach
your nature to a letter to coral insects which lived in W
the Northwestern
front, and is in greater demand than territory, you
never change from GooD oceans of water JD
> salt water. The
Indiana. if
other breed. don't s. possible to '
any Why some of: Farm Notes. BETTKK. JDust.
have )island
contained lime and
our breeders take the matter up and FENCE POST The &i ...lmtri the next is ,
Rye measuring 74 feet has been exhibited npc page a response, writ have been built up above the ocean If.
consider the best means of checkingthe n tells of a
recipe by which fensposts Mirabeau B. *
at Sparta, Tenn. Lamar, afterward they are on our globe. But that is
evil?Garden and Fidd Afltlf.ilt' of even the softest
woods can of the "Lone Star *
It is estimated Republic" far, the only trustworthy indication
Australia. that the Geo rgia melon made durable. The original source o It runs as follows *
crop this year will reach upwards of this valuable information '' '' : have that there is anything c;>n theo rJ
Shropshire Downs. 7,500,000 melons content with being Goona worlds approaching to the same kml
and will sell for> many years ago" that wood could at BITTIR ;
might vain
Combining as they do a heavy carcassof $1,500,000. made to last longer ,than iron in th I do 'tis understood be life we have on this..

. choice mutton with a fleece of good The Manitoba e'er the cause-it ia not P. yif'I''
;( agricultural report ground, but thought the process -_. \TNe. A man with a scolding
weight ani of that fine medium staple claims that the average yield of potatoes simple that it was not well to make story-The ought :Ito be- 'an expert on' e exP"
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|| THE LITTLE SPRING.l ., .1 pink and dewy, ,and' fragrant, till the That night. boys and girls were- steal,: Model Summer.Houses. _Turkey red cotton,or;.Oriental" .chintz.
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-- boys shouted with delight.. : ing verjr; quietly' about the Tillage : :' -:: '. H JI1, I j.S in gay coloring. Seven yards of scrim*

; Tho >Llittle 1 bring,".. ? f Where'd, you, get'em_ ?" streets,'and many quick jerk of a door'1 Draper- !*.forth* Pec-Day In-:' I and one of trimming'fabnc are sufficient -

paid\be tin1lpribl', t ill' ) "9.h. my 1 ain't they splendid r bell, and a rapid :'retreat of the'ringer.1.1r Town and Country. I for each window, to which must
it boot from the Straw mattings or1 linen crash on the
A* Imohw be added silk and cotton for making
a,' proclaimed that some basket, ;
I = "TO pheasant to You bet the girls W'on'tcetany like r jjnossy curtains'at '
'Wlierew I flow, them : very likely-fringed,- and\braided,._&Dd, loocslace the windows, up. More expensive, yet not extravagant
Sy pastnrer grow greener with awnings to keep out the sun, and in prices, are.draperies of,liner
still.'f "Oh hurry Where'd find beaded, full of odorous wUd- or '
,. up,
i :Abd tldiop+ frahi', .. 'em?" perhaps something :sweeter tm'to, ,the linen slipovers for the furniture are scrim, with stripes of drawn work, at.
5 !t ,AI&hQ:1a11: on thelain. the comfortable style which fashion prescribes from thirty-five seventy-five',cents k
f of the and girl had
heart boy
.' bed bJ the rammer heat, "Well, said the kind old creature, average ,
f ; flowers for, warm.weather. When, the. yard. Guipure lace added as trimming -
',' 'rBef're6h the sweet : recovering herself, "it's a good ways been hung on the door-knob of a favor- per ,
: W1drdraopedinthebower. summer sojourn at seaside or ,mountain renders these handsome
f>ii' ite playmateut' the larger company ; doubly ,,
their heads at our feet., and! .you have to cross, swamp to get
&,j, hong resort is brief or people do not leave
": and they are to be seen at the windowsof
c. of all old Maragaret'shumble
to them; but,they're there-plenty of was gathered near .
tie drops are email. town until these made
vPThoogb July, changes are elegantly famished houses on
a many
.f-It' :let. taking them allyebone .' 'them., D'ye see,that hill ? Well,just cottage, on whose door-step, houses '
in houses while
country Fifth'avenue and West Walnut street.
< doing all that it canr on the other side of that hill is i Be lnett'd shortly after 0 o'clock, the May basket :
& 'To luinii the design are furnished with especial re.erence to In lace curtains there is wide range for ,
safely deposited.
house and the was
MOfittMakerdmne.Iftatlessons .' sugar beyond the exigencies of the dog-d ys.--,Even choice from the various grades of Nottingham -
. they give unto man! maple trees in among the, pines about The dear old creature had been sit- '
: '- when one leaves town all summer, if to the fine Brussels 'costingr
"*t---- with her head in her hands beside ,
half-way down the hill find ting,, ,
fulfill you'll some
we itrive to '
Xay the not taken and packed
carpets are up $100 or more per window. Swiss tam.
AU"bis' bt.eOus will you see 1"Margaret the fire,, musing 'sorrowfully, over
'.:Tfbo formtcl ue whole-earth by his words Shehan nodded with smil her loneliness.:: away in tar paper, the next best thing I hOur embroidery 'is 'revived, both on

Creator diviner ''" for protection from the all destroying i lace:and muslir and handsome
to :, a nov-
"Who is there she"thought,
,We.wouldeverbeThme. I ing assurance to the eager little group, ,
f ,And"eT8, T166'our. ,God ana our Lord. who turned clamorously in the direc- care for old Mrs. Sassafras To be moth is to sweep them well,blow insect. elty is shown in',heavy linen scrim with
J powder under the edges and Into corners wide borders of Irish point embroi-
they've kind words for me but if
" tion that she indicated, and, forgetting sure, ,
"Old Mrs. Sassafras. would and cover them with linen crash. dery done on 'the 'materiaL But ''the
to thank her in their excitement made I should die to-morrow they say
*,Tbe aVwas very sweet in the woods.A off with a rush and a scramble for the only The pity !' and then go thei So also for the safety of woolen damask prettiett thin draperies,. by all odds, are 'R
and silken plushes, the best thing is to the Madras curtains some in brilliant
wind and There's nobody to drop a tear ,
warm spring was blowing, "hill" and "Bennett's sugar house ; ways.
it seemed to bring the sunshine with it'from and there to be sure, where the pinesat nor even a flower on her grave; and dust them carefully, scatter insect Oriental colorincs, others in subdued {
powder, which, if kept drycan do no aesthetic tints dull reds, dingy blues,
the bald, shining hillside without, this season were yielding! up sweet the boy-the boy may be at the bottom ,

into the damp, nowspotted dusk of the incense to the spring SUB, and singing of the sea. by this time!" harm to the most delicate fabric, and I' faded greens and uncertain olive,.
with linen while out of
cover use. through which the light'falls with the
forest within As she felt it'a'smilebroke solemnly their everlasting chant, they At this point in lonely old Margaret's
Straight bag cases, tied top and bottom, effect'of stained glass. Portieres matchhe
over the swarthy, toilhardenedface found even finer and dewier blossoms mournful reflections she heard a knock
are provided for chandeliers, fivt-.ent curtains of the where
room except
of ah 'old woman sitting on a log than those which they had seen in old knock that might well have waken- ,
scrim or cheap gray linen if the houseis some bit of Eastern drapery or embroidery -. j
ender the trees. Mrs. Sassafras' apron. 1--3 the Seven Sleepers-and she hurried
to be closed pink or white net if or
in harmony with the rest of the
"Summer is coming," she said! aloud, As they picked eagerly, gathering in the door. A candle flared in the
nament as well utility is desired. The
room is used instead. In these days we-
as though she were quite in the habit long, wandering sprays of the shy, prec- hand she held above her eyes to shade
evenings are short in summer, one if not artistic and it
are nothing we are
talking to herself. "Summer, when 0-1 ious blossoms, they talked about old them as she peered out into the dark- ,
does not care for much light and side
is no longer stylish to have furniture to-
be wood to
wont she
'a while there Margaret. ness. Not seeing anybody was
bracket burners give all the illumination -
in varied tones is in
and lug,' and it won't be so hard to get "What's her name, any way?" said li about to retire, with a half-Impatient match-harmony "
for practical
something ,to tat. I've earned enough Tom MerrilL thought of the mischievious boys who pur- more correct taste. Straight portieresof

'tfrday," she continued, looking down Harold Temple, who had happened to would call a tired old woman to her poses. crash, worked in outline embroidery,
The fashionable material for furnitureslipcovers
liked for bedchamber doors indeed
are ;
.fondly into her apron and an old basket hear and remember it, told him."But door for nothing, when her eye caughtan ,
is striped linen, plain and there is wide for and invention
scope fancy

which, were filled with roots and blossoms ," he added, "they got to callingher imposing white placard, black lettered -
damasse bound with colored braid on
i I In these
pretty draperies.
"to keep me a month in sum- old Mrs. Sassafras, because she on top of the basket. She held her :
I every seam. They are not difficult to Poles and rings are the accepted cornice -
"' went out so much for roots and herbs; candle down to it and read : .
mer. '
make, but must be carefully fitted ; a touch on a hanging cord 'draw
poked the things in the basket, and she didn't mind it so they kept it Sassafras
She A May basket for Mrs. ,
therefore, even If they are made at ing back the curtain from or letting it.
and a pleasant smell of fresh earth and up. My !" continued Harold, with with her Neighbors' Love." :
I home, the best plan is to have them cut fall over the doorway window. Ash,
pungent roots rose from them. true boyish enthusiasm, "I suppose she "It's the boys, bless 'em !" said old by an experienced hand. Damasse and walnut, cherry San Domingo ma-

"But I must go," she continued, ris- knows better where to dig for snake- Mrs. Sassafras with a happy grin, for- sateens are used for rich furniture, the hogany, together with ,ebony,,are ,tte-

ing from the damp log on which she root and orris and ginseng anal sassafras getting all her doleful thoughts of a few silken surface of which might possibly favorite woods for these,,the ends being

bad been sitting. "Xot that anybody and such, than any man in town." moments before and she began to drag linen. elaborate
suffer by contact with the harsher plain or as as one may desire,
whether old Mrs. Sassafras comesor She cleans house for us spring
cares every her present in. Cream and drab are the favorite colors Lambrequins are as diverse as- dress-
whether she -oh, noThefre I fall said another boy with a con-
and ,
goes ,
its contents
She was turning over for these, and sometimes a cretonne I draperies, the artistic-upholsterer prid-
all dead long ago, but the boy-and I sequential air. with a pleased and bewildered expression stripe:s set down the back of the chair ing himself on draping no two windows. i

maybe he is dead, too, by this time. 1 Then they picked on silently for a ,. her face and with all sorts
upon and forms a border round the bottomof alike, but adapting his materials not. .
Oh, what a life it is!" few moments."I of murmured ejaculations of love and the cover. Cushions covered with only to the size and shape of the win-

She sank down again, and coveredher say," cried Harold, suddenly, as'' gratitude upon her lips, when she heard the same materials, or else with cretonne dow but also to the outlook, as well as

face with her hands, but the sound though a bright thought had struck I another knock, and again flew to the with the small bolster to match, the room. Awnings play an importantpart
of fresh young voices, which just then him, "let's hang her a May basket,too!
I door. to serve as a bead rest, are used for in window furnishings, and may
sounded through the stillness, rousedher I'll venture to say she hasn't had a I What can it be?" she said. "Two steamer chairs and Shaker rockers on be either separate for each window, or

from her painful reverie. May basket for twenty years-and more, callers on a poor, lonely old lady like shady piazzas. so fashioned that a single; awning servesas

"What luck !I"cried one merry voice. to.-if she ever did.Haveu.t ." I me in one night It never rains but it WIXDOW AND TABLE DECORATIOX. a shade for, all the casements on thesame :'
few liverwort blossoms and a anything to put in it
Only a got "
pours. side of the house. The materials fi j|
half dozen sickly :May ;flowers I JJeau-: i but May flowers, and she's got a lot of She opened the door, and the light fell Crete nne, popular at all seasons, be- are fancy stripes In heavy linens and
baskets shall have But paid Tom doubtfully. cause of its prettiness and cheapness, is
we duck.
tiful May them, full on the figure of a tall, bronzed young
artificial exclaimed Harold doubly so in summer, and is a favorite The newest thing in mosquito bars lathe '
perhaps we can buy some ones '"1 11 tell you! man. lIe stepped toward her, and she t
n "let's get a material for upholstering chairs and patent iron frame which shuts itself -
at the milliner after a moment's thought, set the candle down, as she looked with ,
"The girls will get; a plenty, 1'11 big basket and fill it with things for {1 pathetic, quivering eagerness into his lounges for country seats. Bedchambers up like an umbrella when not "

"But we've would please her I know and sitting-rooms are charmingly needed ; otherwise there is no changeto
wager!1" said another. her I That face. Then she gave a cry of joy, and
been everywhere that I c.wMIlk of, I and we'd tell the people amt it, and fell into his open arms. furnished in cretonne: the furniture chronicle! in these necessities to summer !
and nothing decent is: to be found." I ihe>*d all give something, 1 know." "Mother, mother!I" he said, while upholstered therewith,cretonne lambrequin rest, .

Just then they spied tie old womansitting "So they would !*' they all assented. tears coursed down his tanned and over lace curtains and portieres, It Got Hot
and the mantel trimmed to match.
on the moss-covered log and 'We've got towers enough now," i weater-beatea face. "I have been a I
Dressing-tables in the French style are i Two residents of the same town irr ...
made a simultaneous rush for her. said: one: of the boys l'rettysoon. "Let'sgo bad, ungrateful boy; but I'm doing draped with cretonne a dainty foot- Michigan, who had always been the i
Mrs. Sas ,
"Hullo, :Mrs. Sassafras P they cried home and begin to fix well, mother, and I've come back tolive stool Hhd chair te match accom- warmest friends, were nominated in opposition
familiarity. Got safras' May basket for it will take quitea with and take care:of you.
with 1. good-natured you, panying the table. The new cretonnesare for the same office. They hada 1

a lot of.sassafrasa haven't you ? Giveus while to get it up In good shape. Don't cry, mother, your boy loves you; mostly In flower patterns well cov- consultation, and agreed that while it I'
where can we tied As it was now growing chilly, and I back to settle down and stay
some, do And he's come ering the ground stripes, and detached was necessary that each should call tie
some May flowers ? Do hurry up and the shadows showed that the sun was with you !" somewhat althoughstill other a liar and a horse-thief and a

tell us l' I on the horizon, the boys concluded that Ah that was a hal'1hight in old figures bought are by many people.pane, A pretty thorough scoundrel for the benefit of i.

them an indulgent they would follow Ilarold's8uggestion ; Sassafras' little cottage and how ,
Old Mrs. Sassafras gave Mrs. summer bedroom has a stained floor, the public, their personal friendship
smile. She loved every one of so they welt racing and tumbling down ashamed she felt that she had such hard wide border around the should not be broken. Everythingwent
showing a
dear boy the hill, and were soon at the foot of of the world I all until the warmedup
them for the sake of her own thoughts square of cant in the centre of the right canvass

for whom she had slaved and denied it, and on a well-known road leadingto The next day some of the boys met room. A mat is in front of both doors, and the none day as A. was abusing

to him growinginto their homes. their old friend and they couldn't resist B. before him i
herself, only, alas see another at the washstand, and yet an- a meeting, calling a

'a :wild, bad, ungrateful youth, Once there, their new project was saying: as she greeted them with a other in front of the dressing case. demagogue trickster, hypocrite, liar, '

who, had- finally. rewarded her love andpatience f revealed to their elders, who receivedit t bright smile : "How do you like the Cretonne with a French gray ground and so forth, B. mounted the platform t

by running away to sea when with almost unanimous 81'1'1'0'-:11'1 basket, Mrs. Sassafras ?" almost covered with blue and pink and whispered : "Say, A., I want you :

had been live Old Margaret's invariable 4Oh !" she cried "you most do favor." "Yes of
he'v.as' seventeen. It boys blossoms and green leaves is used to to me a great :

years since then, andshe_ had begua to neatness, her industry, her loneliness, broke my heart with your kindness ; indeed cover the chairs and drape the dressing course-what is it ?" "My side of the :F

despair of ever seeing him again ; but her humility, all combined to make her you did. But the best of it was table. Lambrequins to match are at house is kicking because I stand your ,

out of an humble and honest heart she generally beloved and "if the boys your basket brought my son following the windows and mantels, and the shall abuse witheut a row. You must let me ''i

lived her, daily life, working hard, and were a-aibd to get it up, why, they'd right along after it-my boy that's work table is upholstered with the same knock you down I" "But I thought we

helping others whenever she had a help." been gone so many ears.ChrititHt material. The bed is all in white, although were to be friends." "Certainly, but t(

chance ; for the soul of old Mrs. So the boys went ahead with considerable l-'IWII. a recent fancy is to have the unless (exhibit a proper spirit you'll,.

__ Sassafras, though it was in a rough spirit., and by the next night basket,which The Plucky Sparrow.The bed-spreads of cretonne, matching the me out by 600 majority, and I know

and homely body, was pure gold. the time when the May was rest of the furniture. Another pretty you don't want to send me to the political

The boys never set their dogs on. her, to be presented, they had collected sparrow Is a saucy adversary, room has red and white matting on the ; graveyard. Here I go." And he

,poi snowballed her. If one of them some valuable articles for it to hold. afraid of nothing and seldom worsted floor, with two or three small Turkish h\uled oft and knocked A. head over

had dared to try such a thing it would Mr. Sims, the village storek ellfr, lu a fair fight ; but of course he has to rugs, cue a prayer carpet in front of the heels, and taking his place on the plat-

have gone hard with him, for the person had presented the basket. yield to superior numbers. Thus, not bureau, whether by sarcasm or other- orm observed: "Gentlemen, thehydraheaded

." 'of old Mrs. Sassafras was sacred. "She took care of my girls many "a long ago in the Austrian town of wise. The bed-spread is of red Turkish opposition must be.

'And, as she not only sold her roots and night when they had the typhoid fever for, Klagenf urth a throng of persons watched towelling, with bolster case to match, crushed and the union preserved if it '

herbs for a price to the rich, and to the he said "and never charged cent I a siege which left a sparrow in a and Nottingham lace pillow-shams takes every drop of blood in this
the I doing itI'm glad enough to do anything situation. lie had L'st freemen t"
doctors and apothecaries in large most deplorable cover Turkey red pillows. Another set country .. rally
others felt I I M
miles distant, but for her. And many taken possession of the nest of a pair of -
,village some five of pillows replaces these at night. The FRESH. PINEAPPLE.When properly

,kept constantly a stock on hand for in the same way. that swallows under the balcony roof of a lace curtains at the.windows are looped prepared this is a delicious fruit for

those who were poor and needy like It was thought: at first a peck-but savings bank and when they returned back with red ribbons, and the mantel dessert,but as usually served,cut round:

herself, whom she was always Milling basket would answer their purpose to in refused to be ejected. Whereupon they lambrequin is of Turkish towelling trim- in slices, It Is naught. It should be-

.', to help, it was no wonder all her neighbors as the contributions began substituted come and. flew off and presently returned with a med with crocheted edge in Macrame carefully peeled and all the '"eyes'taken *-.

liked her'and that the boys briglt- a bushel-basket was be- score of their kindred, each bearing a cord. The bureau cover and splasherare out In the morning of the day on '

I :emed up the moment they spied herthrough that was heaped and running shawl over and lump of mud in its bill. Before the of red Turkish towelling, embroidered which it is to be used. Leave tat- topmost t

the ''"chinks" between the fore night. A dress, a rubber good boots in sparrow realized what was going on his in white and trimmed with Macrame plume of green leaves, and set i

trees. apron, a stout pair of comfort- enemies had shut him up in the nest, cord edge. the fruit on the dish in which it is to-

"old }J r$. which to make her way more leaving only one small opening out of I
_Old Margaret Shehan, as to collect her be served. Then dust it thickly witht J

_' Sassafras" really ought to have been able about the swamps of all sorts, and an which, at last accounts, his neck LACE AND CHINTZ. powdered sugar and let it stand until it :, !

; f'; ., tailed, pulled out from her basket with simples, groceries of was hanging in a disconsolate man- Summer curtains ate of many sorts, is to be served. Tear it apart with a
sum money-
kindly promptness fresh dug stick of envelope containing of the a contents of the ner, while starvation stared him in the varying with the taste and means of the fork,holding the plume of green leaves

sassafras and'one' of flag-root for each these were a part to gladdenthe house-mistress. Cheap but pretty bed- with the left hand. This mode ot:
a gift
It was face.A
',boy; and then, shaking her sides with May basket. much more ambitious peg inside the boot is described as a room curtains are made of five-cent serving insures the retention of the rich

oppressed laughter, she opened her heart than of old a Mrs. Sassafras.. sole-stirring article. scrim or cheese cloth, with border of juice f.

apron, and showed them May flowers- woman "



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for'3 atft"c. '_Cb37Sontit .:' .r.--..': :.:.: :i" ',;,. -.NOTICE. OF.,.F1.1:1L PROOF-- 4't

:, Y5ieddpL R11: ::4tPhl4itims : ':''':, :''1 ::' .' :+:'. .Land Office at; "taiJusrtUe-, :':'" ''

.. .pteimdbedarae3ion) Biters PASftSSii PILLStA -. .ttffiiY '\ .- r;. NOTICE is ilcrebygiveuthat July-1U.lSS3. '
f 'Metltp ; : the?gyp. -
; .r Jor.8piritB.; -..-.- s.L' lowiHg-named settler has filed': notica' ? '$t

ete. .:irs :':t 7 ta7r ; t. .'. : [ .. -.7... .**% -:' wfc.5-5 :! -.., .:. heNow' r intention of her claim to make and'that'final 'proof InT at l'iJ

c 'F A 8 1 1r1fi ntuir; Iii die : : port be made before sait1proot" R 1I1""+'

world;l O liigd'pie 4 pies'ttew'music ,NE"W". ,RICH'., 'BLOOD"' ...,.. .'.. .-. --,...-'..".. ..... ...-.. Court at Titusville A.,A.Fla.St,wart'on ;YO h'lerk8t. ,,,z
1000 HgASrtngreidi iaKte.. Sffceste Apdnm..mprlalell>tiff oat"" ..Wood In the entire system in thi e m DtJa...DjPell-- 'kY1 .AU 24, 1883. viz: Laura Mendty ldirt ltt .-t.,!i
per be restored to sound N.
pa whS wm tatol gm each night from 1 to 1* weeks may wido\7ofThos.A.Ro8ser !
ifiagje*iopiel,"15 feentiT:' &1iAw- *** For Female Of ffr11****thae Pine hate rfqwOT I ., of LaG }t
'year Tifaltli,If a thlrig poanfblfl. curing Y't it' ';:" : Fla. Hd. 3,359 for the N: W 1-4 t'',
wDdf& CiAi rnrt e.8tI"M rht Std; Physician use them In their pnct1ce. Sold ewTywhcre.or sent b7 mall for I. _", "_ ._... .... Section 20, Tp. 21 StRange 55 ut E.a $l..r., :

Phi1ad' '" t .-::;.- X11r'"-' 4t .. *5<
" ,..: :'.,.''!' ; CROUP, ,ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS.JOHNSON'S "> her continuous residence anon tnd r'
Johatistoat Ciptiiaof.the. Qam- ANODYNE UNDIEXTwrainsUn-' : ,;--: :-- : : ...:: cultivation of said land, viz:.T. J. Cock. ",.

t soaBasBall.Clnbofl EJt Lngnstine presented ,DIPHTHERIA I I tare T lnlIOIbly nine reJleye.eases |oat.-of tMrtbt ten.. ill.M Inli nz etn.andwlnpwitl tlnn that will UTO> iy . :Y .... ". -'. slum, E.: L. Brady, F. 1. Chappell.apc! % t

, that A'MfCtinri't- the....Bilver ,. many Itret U Rat better frM than by nufl.curt. >Doa'.dcUy A mumrut. '.. .. -. ," .. : B.. 14 P. Wilson, of LaGrauge.LDa Flu:,- ..'.t, ;..1, .

I Ball,)rb.i h--::tkey iron in :.two. oonwithihe.iU1rerB'oCtbai : JOHNSON'S, ANODYNE LINIMENT Z3ffi .. .' .. ... : Register United; States Land Office"ES ;' J :.

1 p1 c the 7th 1 Neara4- .laffaeare.&+roLnngr.nieedingttUi tgng 1eFioanmw.trackterCotmh.SSheopfnglbtwh, ...
-- YOn -- -I 4 CJa.eate Bb-1Iln'IjI.",au-Io Dlatrhe QIroJde Deeat.ry.Toles JlortJaa.JtMbJeyTroubleaDlseMq of the, Is the time p' NOTICE. *.a..
t and 1iih-: ,nltr,: :1' : : : atieeaadl+mSDet3. 8014...._I..t&nl. 8eDI1 pamphJetCD L 8.",ODlOS" co..n ro.,JU.6s. Land Office '! '.
Gainesville,Thtf 1!:
.. MISCELLANEOUS., nb.ndD. April 1 1883. '
J1& .
Bone Powder thila .
eountrr n) w ;**; tliM.8b ld n'OOBdttkm MAKE HENS LAY .- ; NOTICE is hereby given that the'.tof'-I\ *

WHEN THE FlELES"Are" ww rslambl. Nothing abnlntely on pore eorthJ and .' lowing-named settler.has filed.notice'ot>" '
win, make hen lay like Sheridan's Condition FOwder. Dose one tMipxmftil to each pint his Intention to make final proof "sun?
trad.1 gold Teijwtiere.cf mat bynaUfbr.eta. 1'ump ., t. S. JOHS'OS&Co.Bosrox iUas. of his claim a nd.that said : 4.
proof wfn
t White With* Cotton!, Subscribecu made before A.tewart, Ckrkcir..
\VHANN co.
-UN *4- \VA T9N '
'i. lt court at Titusville Fla., on'Satnrd =
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Then Q'D want a fine Piano Organ : June 2 viz
or an 1883. : Andrew J. Carter. of
.:.Bat Irby waft for.ItJ ;Bny at once t. : LaGrange, Fla.. Homestead Eutrv'- 3loai ,
and enliven the.long hot summer months P. QW) UR M4D I 9.987 for then i of S W i and lot .Yo.t.! ....
with music and'make the Harvest Home .1
; of section.32, township 20 south, ran
still moreJoyftite: Never mind if 33 *
yon east. ->* ..
havens got .the cash. Have .you. not Orange Tree and Vegetable Manure. : For He names the following witnesses to

heard_ '_ .' prove his continuous residence upon and- .

.. -. cultivation of said land viz: W w.Bales
I PREPARED EXPRESSLY for the use of the fruit and vegetable growers o t. A. J. Pace. Rufus Herndon and Richard -
f ft BATES'PIANO Florida. it will produce a heavy, but sound and healthy growth oil growing trees Herndon, all LaGrange, Fla. ....
and will supply: bearing trees with the food nettled for heavy crops of fruit. ,52 Li A. BARXE3JS>* .
r IDbStmMER:: :: IT WILL GIVE nursery stock and vegetables a luxuriant growth !and in the Register United States Land Office, ",
latter tends to give good size and quality and early maturity.ITISSPECIALLYRECOX1IESDED The Florida Star. "MK
_, .
: Land Office at Gainesville, Fla., .

And don't von know that during the WALTON, WHAXN & CO.Wilmington.; '. May .1, 1883.} ::...
months of fay,'Angust and :September ioxlCl4ishereby given that the follow: 'x
you can-buy,at.LOWEST oCKBOTrou Del. .; ing-named settler has filed notice,of his.0 *.
intention to make
final .1.
I proof in
cash snpport
Cash down Rates and balance by payingjnst..awlittle.November ,1st, with Asi Captain McLean of the stu(p-"AJ1IC8 tolriny you,a sack of lIe ---0-. of his claim, and that said proof will be "- '
': -iq'-t. hi. ;; ': .. made before A. A. Stewart, Clerk
; circuit _
out interest? It's a dead sure (fact and _.
... court at Titusville Lrevard
you can't save one red cent by postpon county, Fku
ing purchase until your.c tt.on_comes in. PLOW BRAND. on Saturday, June 30; 1S83, viz: John'Houston 'lot.
(one of the heirs of Samuel' L.J'k
Here,are the terms., .
t JNO.: AXDEKSON" Ormom1.gent for East and South Florida. Houston deceased), of Eau Gallic. Fla. ....
! .. It is the constant aim and intention of Hd. No.3,924 for the lots ;.S. & 11, Sec.; .
the publisher to give to the readers of the 18. Township 32 S, Range 40 E.
I Midsummer Special Offer COLLINS hARTFORD He names the following witnesses *
&QO,3 to
1 STAB, one of the most readable and newsiest prove his continuous residence upon .and.

i! .- : papers of the Stllt .. cultivation of said land,viz:R. C.Creech J: a

$25 Cash down on a Piano. Established 1326. A. I'. McMillan. J. O. Simmons, and j;": "
T.Siiell, of Eau Gallic. Fla. -

: $10 Cash down'on an Organ.And 5 w) L. A. BARNES, Register. -. ".. .
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: :the balance November 1st nest "' .. J ::. 'J.....' ; NOTICE. '. "...
: without one cent of interest. Bock -Bottom -',
, Cash Rates. No interest advance x.,. -... y. 0- U. S. Land Office at Gainesville Fla.)

. in price. _And If,when pay _day comes, ,-., '. ,-. ';.'.. July G, 1883.COIPUIXT ./ -
you can't pay. all cash,,rre .will give .. .' .. -=-- ..:" ,\ l ..,.: having been entered"'at: _
.. .
.. .
.. this office William
longer time with a reasonable increase :. -!!: "' "' by 3[. Fee againsi..
of price; Chlckering, Luddert & Bates. .: '. -&,;.- -. -."JPi'E...: : =- ._. Ueurietta E. Strobhar tor abandoning,,
: -.t-C -
3Iatnushek, Krauich& Bach Hallet ,Davis 0 ... :. -:: -.-, ..-...... .::"4 ,. her homestead entry No. 3777. dated Oct.
: __ .
.t.Co. apd, Ariou Pianos;_Mason & x .., ._ Twenty columns of Select :,17, IS77. upon the N i ot N E 4 and E i
Hamlln, Packard Orchestral and Bay .... -."! y I of .NY i Section 38; Township 28 S,-

Mute Organs. Every grade and style --; ...r. -..: t: -,f. Miscellaneous Reading, 1 Range 37 E, in Brevard county, Fla..,.
All with maker,names, and fully guar -- : ir ::-- -- i with view to the cancellation of said

anteed., _No stencil instruments sold. A i entry: the said parties are hereby summoned --
selection from over SOO styles from ten MANUFACTURERS OF to appear at this Office on the 23d .
leading makers. Fifteen days' test trial day of August 1SS3,at 10 o'clock a. m. to

given. We pay.all freight if.iustiuuient Axes .' I I respond and furnish testimony concern-
is not sadsf tctory. Six months' exchangeprty 4 Hatchets Picks -.tan- '. .: ing said alleged abandonment. Testimony .
flege given.SPECIAL. will'also be taken before Henry Olin-

AND OTHER EXTRA QUALITY :stead, Justice of the Peace at' Eau. Game,
BARGAINSthis ..lllnst1,1SC3 at 10 a. m.L.A.BauNES. -
12 w4 Joiix F ROLLINS.
Receiver.-_ .
month in onr grand Clearing Out :
Piano Sale. 100 first-class Pianos, near FINE STEEL AND CHEAPER. PLOWS Nearly Ten .columns State, 0. 0

ly new' ,.some not used a month,. offered Of all sizes and.pricss. from $j t:) $33. 'Also' Thwing Machines. : NOTICE. ._.
from 50 to $100 under regular price, on U. S. Land Office, Gainesville Fla. ;f
easy payments of$25 cash and balance Farmers will receive vauabo! information, catalogues,Ac., County, and Local NewsJOB May 18lS83: :} _-

810 monthly. Sold only(a make room by writing to the makers, Complaint having been e.ntered at this .....
for fall stock. Write Jor."Special Circulars COLLINS & CO., 212 Water St.. New York.PARSONS Office by.W. C. Bonnell againstU...F.*
ami-full. line of- .Piauo.and Orgau Tyler: abandoning his homestead en-'
Catalogues ..1.1I'seut'free. Address I. PURGATIVE try number C.C75, dated June 15, .187,,
T :'v ; the lot \o.
upon 7, Section 23 and lots.
Ludden &' Bates' ILL'S' rlltESL' TLD 11'LKLY.: No. 2 and:3 Section '"?G." Township<< S,

..-. .. ..' e Range :38 E,-In Brevard courltr: 'lorilt.! .
< ;y U with a view to .>(he.qnncelbtlou: of saidentry ;. _.
SOUTHERN MUSIC HOUSE Andwtaenm .... ':' : the said parties are hereby 'sum
1'111110; eh. the 111..111 tb..nUN a.etemintbr.e mont11.AD, fln.who WtU take ONEPttL
.... .. .. .. SACBNi&HTEkOMo'STOTWF '
:f Fir Feaaale WEE-"S.IU1'henltandtoeob.tlth.ifatba.. thtn,upow.bie. .. .. ::, '1.- nloucdtoippeuutthi3Utlicoontheth'
i. rL SAVANNAH, GA or leDI carne by mil font C..pla1.ta data,n lta.m.tb..l'ill.lIn.... Noia4 for Doeq..I.ptrnphUt.1'1Iellll'. ,L JOHASOK e Ih.11 ft tb.j COA'netee.?<.ton.S"ld Maas.The e.errwb.r.. .'.. .: : : :" day of June ls Cl. at 10 o'clock a. 'm.-.to ,

.. '. -." .. p--: i respond and furnish testimony concern- ,
'. lug said -
alleged abandonment.
'i ;O\TI. $'O.b Florida State Gazetteerand FOR S.\.LE.! .'. : .. ..:: :: .,. 1L..1. BaR.NES, L'eghter.z

A llut-bottouicd boat, Ioolorig' :.' .: 'l :, '; .' :.. 5 4w JoiiJf F. ROLLIXS, Rceeitcr. ,

BUSINESS DIRECTORY, Twenty-three feet long, with a comfortable '. ': .. -YO T lCB. ,. .J

CQlltl.lillilltlle1lomr lueinaa dial addrte cabin, and new .-ail:!. Good breadth 1'lt\ 'ING. U. S.. Land. Office at Gainesville, Fla:\ .

of beam insuring good carrying; cujuicity, -.' .. May23lSS3.Complaint ./

'. -ofthcilercliaiit Boat is perfectly tight and !-aili"l'1I..- JOB PUISTIXG.JOBP1JIXT1XG.. having been entered at this-..

r. -, rnfo.v>Ional & Bu&inc: *> men, AK a good mule, of mall size, that will place Irucman by Deborah.Vanderlip U.for Cleveland abandoning against his. .

and.the! .pringiiKil farmers and landowners work anywhere. For further particularsaddre.v ..,. Homestead Entry No. 3,1SC. dated April

,.orauge groves and plantations K.,. S'ru:01-rtcE, ." 2G, 1877.: upon the lots 3, 4. 5,and 64 .

.. tO "l'tllCr with a 47 2m Titusville, Fla.Araluablc in:Sect5oix2G: Brevard, Township 31 Range .39 E.
: -- ---- county, Florida, with a view
I7 Sketch f All Cities, 7'u\vns awl VHlayct, 4 to the cancellation of said entry: the '
c ; Property said parties are hereby summoned to appear .
And how to reach them and other
luforuuttlou. i'orSale at this Office on the.12th day of July
This important work will I* Ls ued just Thirty acres of laud in the City Point ibbJ.nirmsli: at testimony 10 o'clock concerning a. m. to respond"said alleged

l nunock. Splendid new galvanized nball .
a:* soon as the labor Of collecting onmeflt.

and compiling the facts, cau be acctuuplishcd. Wire Fence around twelve acres. _FivcHundrttl 3 L.A. BaiiNEd,. Register.4t ..

To the business community young and healthy: Orange trForty t-':5' Our Job Office is well equipped for executing JOHN ROLLINS.- Receiver.

bearing trcc' Beautiful llivcr all kinds otPLAIN
PHILADELPHIASINGER this will be the must valuable book NOTICE.
Front. Six acres as fine cane and banana ...
that has yet been l'ublhhl'tlabout Six months after date I will present to
,MACHINE : laud as there: h in the 'state. Adjoining Ins Honor J. .\. McCrory, Judge of the
Price .
Florida. $o. to befoU by sub: -ri
EQCAL TO ANY SINGER nc THE MARKET.Jibe tion. p- the 1 land of the Hon. Win. H. Sharpe. county anal court of Brevard county, Fla. my
above cut the Here is good accounts and vouchers as administrator
represents most popular opportunity for any one of the
style for the people which' we 'offer Eeki jar .1drxT ti#aKy: ileMriug to make a prod investment I & FANCY WORK, of said Estate ofSlnhle13loore late
you for the low pri e.of 20. Re- as county deceased and ask for a final
titember.-w e very do not ask you to pay until 1 Page book$50..kPaaewith book$30 the place must be sold. Titles rterf<'et. discharge as such Administrator.

;you have seen the machine..After having 65"Ageuts wanted in every county, to Parties intending to purchase can make March lliiNEas 29 D. WESSON, Administrator.
examined it if it is uoUiir I 1883. (-IS.Gm)
represent. enquiries of Dr. G. ,, Holmes or Hon.
return it to us at-our. expense. Consult whom liberal terms will be ofTered.3 l ,
W. J I. Sharpe. For terrn and further
viiur interests and order at send
Address: 'CHARLES A; Wood & CO.. P. O. Box 101?] Jacksonville, Fla. I man Ga. or R. C. Pcrham City Point J.1t.I BealOoagh CRIES WHEIE Alt ELSE .FAI1S. IM
Syrup. Tf t gcicd. V4
NO. .
.17 N. "ifcutji St, Philadelphia, Pa..March confer with CselnUiiiu. EbldDydruq te. ElC
S, .. .43. 6ui Captain Peter Wright of O
C. J. HECTOR I the fast sailing sloop uJIi: t" who willcarry
.e parties to see the property. RULE & PAMPHLET WOPJC .
Hardware and AGENTS Wanted : '--- "" 4. '. .
: -irx 1''d : ,
LaGrange, Ga. ".ukiuftbixtett "'ieo'.Books &. Bibles : .. THRESHERS Slw.mt3.
-:OtTers unsurr>a.ed"lvantages 'in.LettersjMuiic few*to-pnc.e.;_*ea_-.:tnt...;.BCcdM- .-.<-fJl e9"'Ywbcre--N. NuIa.1c.1.-.Llb..rml trim....*.. lonePowen Clover Ibllera
(Ynltedtoane.rtlaaa: .
and::Art It*:'' atwna?s.ex* '.. '. .. .. nwi 1 tloae tuTb.AWtmm: Wrlt.fora fit +w66IDa.1'nmyhid. : "
tend; fn>iaj! ew Ygrk to.FUid-Texa..' General Produce WANTED S l MAn.nv'd.Oh10.
: !RP .
La: f :i 6 in 1 iNE( t i ETC., ETC.
'catalogue l upils
numbers s |> mu ', NO .
fclc'ana -iitkart.eAi: ; !-.J t.-:: : .o. ::..... ePitLlt..4 8( UI&JI. Ad.m. -'I : PATENT NO PAY. .. .
31 nual ,
espensefoltnatd'an1hiiitfon r ,
.. -J.e.Xo.C1iau.Y 41 u..i'b"I'ld la h. ., .
:: "l Obtalnetlfor ,
: 'SO7'tliett rle' wit 1.r-\tRCHAN'r-; PATENTS Mechanical dc-

11t $ .)7.'FaII teDA.DpeuS.Ias Wt" P : :.:' ;;..,.. ;:,...;. ,..........#.,-L ...:..1. NAVAL Aae.t.. .t'Ia.t=BATTLES -: ",::;. .. and Label' Alt vices Ph'H1llinary, Compounds e3aminatiOJhL: UeslOTS{ ..

..iJ6&ut 'VJWJ.fwr..pntaWgu r : ._ )Iel ott"e. 1o ,.;,= -.; ,. .J.-FlorrklaQvctubgKlOth .". N".&1.01. "ral', maP.ctonalNst: fy fme ttT'" tea 6ibtaotth: -' ::: :. :," ; ; n.e"Guitlo to patentability for of inventions free. Uri; .
1Su+ raitt+i I1awc. $HtrraM Obtaining'Yutents" freeVasMagton. -"
: t"Y. \ tt U.s.Y. Adds Is sent
15..0. ,
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p giiHTl1V 1U tM) : 'hfl f ,.r N [uWhether these details were tight t Is-Queen-
J} ---' 4 nib ty. .He wairat- aUrtkd, howUWmgou1dnotlock- n ees II t lsfirmlsed orfnJD KlpmM. Aekr'ftat tBeman I .. -

it ....t,n"UJht .iJ.ri r lit.m. lory expIanalfmfr.lpypliiuii_B .1 na Simmo t f t e frettx capotes with stra *l' wDl nd-
r 0 1aA sea 2 all ag&1nlt in vain thy b.call fIpanot .: I ;1i k i. ii *large sum of money' On the other CJjJbe of yh h brims composed ef .pla&ings-off lace I
,.' I1 rusty. fo III t':' !Mrl 1 Wheatyear was quite agonized at wi Ij?* s.much, wqrn..as.ihfi; ..8IOn:ad.v .*>

; ke.it 1 rain.mould. I1.![ that the t-status tiveiy that lie !b,' in ahis thedreadft1l..eOs- .. ces. _,,.J!CJ'HI .. :4......
:,- "'I'M. ply. falling con lbkdi psyingDblija.' 'DOdUD' [room that mgbttt.ht&tii; pollc ascer- coufd nevei>; e e! grit
.' A&_ hoWld.A Y OTTAt visit ,. He hesitated Baomeot tber ained'. "' tor ihe wrong he had done but} .he resohjed colors, the eAda.#'th<>loges cut into
&i only : iaia .L.J: sailedonthe
: yet grieve 'wrw."yLa .
bopest '
' fade and wane... .-...u heahould ring America tip which at lea f. i)ose'notnire fa set- cot ...... orbsbonnet& V
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11)...4'. .'1'6,Jaan4daeped stand ia hand.doorw .' ;t r3i ; ftftyjafter! his ikst,;ttgT:t>>dIV fttifc ting to work.to obt release,4e trov.1 tlgnnelfeAit :jfor. :cjifdren are'

,i rain> a11t
-, ..jJIlT x. {' was within yard of the bed.it was ion as wide net&Barf'lfc rfafi 'hfe pleasantness to himself by concealing dark green and gray.bein: the favorite
T.i ittTl the sweetness of that hour Ji fdIit&tf>IJ fof-i tnieftb S fi-1 ''b&bty by cautiously changing the larger e .. "" '
with slUts wonted'powjyrj-. ,. w i Best m1JJ rs.-r. ,Co ..
'" and p&lD.' out making n aiae enough to Mm.J never was any doubt an' ( fioT '- 0r
: down from window eaves;:' '' wedced nThere 1 1I 1'I r f he summer silks which come io
tpg Et f
n' IgiG
r' shrink from
i" j was a tpt !I e doing prudently -
latoatbe-Teo''': 1.: dJ -- t'tpejhhotel large plaids pf lirilliantvblueaL! and reds.
',.I IIM! -.1'' .; lleman, though close upon sixty yearsofue I man's guilt, and:they returned a verdict said uothi fe I!'I sell>i more" -leadily"thatother .for.
and he therefto&JIsrinto bed accoroiDgly He was Mvtencedrto ihe matter, but took ,the first train to i'
'' th"1IPrilj. dress skirts.
'I ctnelYennory !t It ,II1IIAttad ,
brief hour. with'Ditter sting:" ( bx out more ado, tAfflg Tlrst taken,I a tem' of'pWal sWvltude &and the London, And it tht..course f y i c r
BecK to mY ilnO't UOJ to place the pocketbookcone Judge, considering; & tj U1t.t1Jloney was closeted-w4tH .nig' ailici ial.aue; t lligatoicrog; : a e J4>rr shoes. .in. the. '7naturaljeathe -

th gIi&g 1Q9e Lggering yet" ) money under his pURy J] (gpnd upon the prisoner formed part of I Home OUice. cojor,,in! maroon, *terrarttaall
\... W UnmiaClt of the ntrn, "' ''' 1. '- He did not fall asleep for some time, the sum he'* had robbed from Mr. I Ere he lad fhn t3leplalri'tife'ot' the new colors, and'Jjfickiwill .t)

Ablbael'ladeed. poor aching heart ; "' being strangely wakeful and: uneasy. W'b tyea'f.firee.tecllt. tot\ta llidlvei i of his| visits be ,,:as.FetbX the startling. match be much worn, with"stocklijgs"tb
the'cplolr'of the'shoe' wliich
' also,
fickle topes impart: t'ariner.J J *
these degrees to the
1J'Iulor- Butjby, ,:as stillness began tyJ information that'tne unfortunate **& = '
Grief follows in theirt bert .<< JiojMr matches the predominating color of the
my heart take upward wing. IL in the inn, he succumbed a Two years tfle rf.'dJWtMmWr '1 vict had diedin ,." 'a.t.-
NQ'0 cruel I thy sting pleasant drowsing 3 aHJCatO: length having attendefcrtneiafllerfaii'\ hftW itd his sentence:had expire) (*l 'Ifippeared' costume.-SUTU

Shall vani6 hW ti3QlTA drifted! into slumber. lIe had scarcely had I encountered! the man Simmouds moreover, that .th j>risou .authpriU J A sinlpld.andfigracefu'i 1 Wrfcklrt,:has"
TkoBgh sadder seem the lonjjs I trill dropped off-at least, so it seemed to passed another night in the hotel before knew absolutely nothing of the .man s1 asleep, round apron* fry t"that", .i reaches
"Yet sorrowi'with with its plaintive thrall him-when totrarfsiiddeiilj arduaecl to referred tb* nd Happened tb Want into to the foot of the underskirt. "Several
era WfL the. tpu! \: .. I antecedents,.tid be1k wed)w ) adJelty
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AI fragrant perfumes softly few'r'J I j gciousnessby,a movipg sensation be-; the identical; rpom,wbejphkd 1Ule robbery' '!wl friends or relatives. The interview : thick, full plaits are laid:at eacll'side'otthe '-
From awthorn. blossoms bending low oath his head, and the pillo\f seemed taJfen'pfceb. 4bAttat hk+a d\slir' therefore, came to a..somewhat abrupt apron, and4 the back, has two full
Beatdat bd.'Ubxl C&aC'l \1JtJ. I Breadths .
) .. io be glidingaway fromi under him. greeable coincidencebut he had to make termination for Mr. Whiteyear felt of the material, to be'dra'pedi1t
tiit1 _;., .' -'. lIe sprang up instantly, and':;she '' Ud the best of it, for the house,_as was justified: under the 'circumstances un. soft foMs.Yellow'Z'in.

..omM-* till la .;no so, his startled g' !e--in eoui3 red.tlie: always usual at that season, waS full fo holding his tongue, since no good could a1 score3 of tifrtS, ranging:
An Unforeseen} Conclusion. sinister f8f ( O j qhamt W of be I overtluwing'sand hahad'LnQ; choice in pialsibly result'tVoib the disagreeable fiom' daffodil and primrose to' citron

.:1ri'ul orning,,, The next instant the man the matter. When he retired to rest, disclosure he had intended to yellow of a'gree 1'ish tint, is a dolor that
Mr. Wheat year, a prosperous farmer W5 gone, having apparently withdrawn the locality vividly remindedt Him of Butt he was uif sat jsfieq' ( till fie hud see is: now exceedingly fashionable in every

from the Midland Counties,. sold some quickly Jrom.the..ray pf.mveiiOht,iu bis adventure Ji and..oddly fll ttf' ugly hecxperiencett I tlj govejnor of.:thapriaon> mjUiich th sort of dress fabric; bonnet material
, fat cattle m '. &M': Poi Kafk J\Swn whicjh lie had been visible ; but )(r. a sort oi nervousness arising I man died, who confirmed the informa- and garniture, and in.house-ldorniDgin .

'hich. considerably beyond his, Wheatyear felt the drapery ofr the bed from old associations. However; bethought tion obtained at the Home Office. drapery, paneling portieres, lam-
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rustle the intruder moved to-: of it and 7 w4 K AV"? .r ', ire iuins and curtains. v
usual radius, and received in payment as away nothing having no ,The advfenture' weighed a goabd"deaupon A SJLSpriajf
good bank notes and gold amo'tinting to *wrads"' the door. money in his possession of 'which bQ the old farmer's mind, especially '.. serges and basket..cloths are
two or ftB5tJfWJ8S4 The farmer at once darted out of bed could be robbed, even if such an experiencd =: during his'later years' and, not content mostly in plaidsin ,even, or, irregular
stowed, away money ) i is pursuit, but in dwag so he caughthis were likely to happen to him with handing oyer to a chanty a sum patterns;,and in quiet, neutral tones.of
pmtwc, ty'turn, lie',carefully : foot is the'counterpane, and fell again, he soon fell asleep. equivalent tot two or three times tieamount ecru, fawn color, and :pal&cinh TUOD'
eposke d:in'an- inner pocket OIl''. heatidlr'on' the floor. The-'shock dazed : All of a sudden J he woke up and found he had wrongly received out if brown,.elivened.by.dashes oc/dntersec- .,

his underobat, for there wnp., branch him for a. moment' when. he 'groped ; himself out of.bed, shivering with cojd, ,the money found upon the unfortunate ting hairlines of. 8omeitright; "color.;
of his own-bank in .t t'e to p,jmd 1.nhe, about rather feebly for the matches, I standing at the other end of the room prisoner, he left by his will a very considerable 'Broken) audfaiiQyctecks3are more in jj
11"1.\ heretofore, ob\lgea\o carry away' t@ struck a light. ,list then found hewas at first he realized nothing but a sensation legacy to a benevolent institution use than dhefthbjpherd/s. plaids ,or :

his gains in cas1 While counting over. alone, the man h/iYJng disappeared, of discomfort ; but presently he for the Vid oY dis&arg&l.convicts. "inch".blocks.' uf+ ,

the money in the presence'of Ute buyer, and closed I the door behind him.; but he began to wonder where lie waS, and.., Before doing this,/iowei err he made The Petersham .ielt hatv,fof- young
he suddenly b 16JiJiiet $"'Qt'Mlne saw at a glance he had been robbed, for what hey trig got Ut l fafU or! it' Careful inquiry, to ascertain, !I the lean ladies and mi&es.is as masculine alt any,
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one eyeing him. injtentlyaad' looking the pillow, which'had evidently been' cured >to hini that lie must nave-V ueen had left any \felutiAW depeuwAt' upon worn by youth intheirteens., It is of

up, iaobedie PCftoclf o e if drawn 'from under him, lay upon iheij walking in his sleep, which is always a him, bjit witbop.tueaJll, His chief .'If don felt, with sloping crown, and
attraction, he encountered the gaze of a Qr, and his pocket-book vanished. startling discovery ttY I1jWttW h some consolation was that t11e" riSotl r.'t|iad: slightly rolled })ringr and itsa.severe_
dark, heavily-bjaepje j g %e .iined- Mr. Wheatyear at once rushed to the trepidation he" groped his way to the to a certain extent, courted is fatv by trimming is jfriCbed'velvet J, bands( and,
lookiiig..fan, who was watching! him door, but the thief had managed to regain luatch&fandl&acihcllA: IHjaiheh'peT-! nut accounting fyr the money,found-Jn II qteel ,buckle. Two kid Naiads with

with,a'very keen and Firtjst@rexpression :, his room or some other hiding. ceived that he hail, been Banding infront his possession) ; and by not attempting' ,Muck! .es and straps,, also 't'rim1tnesse
,j Mjf"'{ Wheatyiairtinstinctively! : ; place, for he was not in the passage of the old oak press.=the door of to prove an alibi, w hich he surely could I'English> walking-hats, and the bmding_ .
,started and 4.he stranger, seeing he was outside nor in. the corridor. The farlyuVs which was open} A ,su d4n Ctytiisityinduced : i have done, had he not been unwillingforsome of the brim must be of the same kin L 1
observed, disappeared Inf Ihe "cb\vil? cries soon brought assistance, him to investigate the matter, mysterious reason, to discl& his The"'mountain1 parasol' hasr'a 'l ng'
This little iacMent h l a-L>;elft: dj king aujetr and a strict search was immediately for he had a ,'ague-Idea that he had movements on that fatal. tinjhtt-LunTruth. stick 'witri! a crook to be used as a;staff.

off. 4 't e-'if. nner's j: mHiV??. instituted. It transpired that the man'was ,, been. there for some'dl'tinite purpose ltm These tare mounted 'with strong silk
somehow the, feljpw's fac seemed. to not suipnpjieii&o be'ayipg"at the. lie, therefpreKtook the candle and Brown is a useful and Durable color. *
haunt'him for the zest of t the day hotel, though nobody recollected havingseen looked into the pros, \vjicu: .Ijis ajtcj-. 'l. I The coaching parasol shown "'cover d'
though he did not1''come'\''across him him leave. He head apparently Hon was attracted by a amall dark abject i with'pongee lined with :'Watered silk, ;
8gain. concealed himself somewhere about the which was half hidden behind a Our InsuIateclHManufactures.s"t gold or ecru or Roman 'stripes; the'
..TfAs 1141 aU ,) ,1', IIOL
he could not return home that night, premises; for the purpose of committing box aj pie back. With a start, he _.;-='! ...r- ?/ 4 handles bamboo, in heavy club style. .
there tb g-jgp.dijteci: communication by. ,the robbery He, hadcntrintl, : to escape -. stretched forth his hand to it,something The New York align says : u It is 'Tcrra-c 'tta'sunshades,'with very, long

rail, and the distance being too great to however, though: how he had vaguely familiar iit the action strikinghim generally admitted that the productionof sticks, are A very conspicuous affair for
drive, he took,the fJ\i to, a.nejgbbxying managed it was a" mystery, until someone forcibly, and the next moment he iron now outstrips the consumption. the girl of the period. '
town, ,;Wj.a trap> was to lie sent te pointed out that the upper half of had drawn forth the identical pocketbook On April 21 there was a decline of $2 Among the handsome' ,new.brocades
meet hint,,Uie next morning. After a one of the windows in the smoking which lie had lost two years be per ton : a further decline of $:1 was announced are exhibited patterns .large nondescript '
good dinner at the inn-4ie adjourned to room had been left open for the purpose fore.Mr. and still lower prices are pre- flowers'in''! solid'' ,, ,with
the sgwt i room for a quiet pipe and of ventilation. This, no doubt, had Wheatear was thunderstruck' dicted." How, then, are the. mills to e-green foliage on a background.:of; I
a glass of grog before turning' in ; and been his means of .exit/ for:the house with amazement and consternation, especially -' be kept at work V And if the mi hare I 'small interlaced arabesque..of.'scarlet1and ,
who ghoul 6ei qn2 pealed'",in'a: Corner;J was carefully searched from garret:to when he found that the con not kept at work how are laborers in gold color. Another,shows,, great/ 1
apart from: the*rest of the eowpany, but basement, and no trace of him. w as tents were intact. There was the bundle the Iron manufactories to find work sprays, of }>al.epiukea. roses,on a
the} .forbidding-locking individual who found. of banknotes and the lag of sovereigns What does the'term overproductionmean delicate silver-gray satin j background,+ I
had startled* him in_the morning. :The The police were communicated with just as he had placed them when ? Only that the iron mills of the The most notable of,these broqades ja a
recognition was apparently mutual, for and a full description of the manwhohad they were handed over to him, while I United States produce more than the design in chaudron, or..coppercoloredsatinwith '
the feUowilept glancing furtively at been noticed by several persons the the pocketbook itself: was covered with people of the United States can con- large, raised<< naralesquesj of
precedingevenhg 'Wacirculsteditthe. dust, showing that it had never been \ No reference is had the in shaded
Mr. Wheat jearQind jjij i t lagg)'J y't sume. to mar- foliage exquisitely tones of
brows with. evident interest. This unexpected district but without result Unfortunately (disturbed since it had been hidden kets of the world. These are closed chaudron down each,side of_ th breadth
meeting. aroused the farmer's Mr. Wheatj"ear tad omitted to away. With a sudden conviction which because the manufacturers': of this country while up the centre of the silk,,are bre- ,
serious apprehensiRiil,1 &P i its really take the numbers.. the irks, aud did. flashed upon him like a revalation, Mr.Wheatyear cannot, under the tariffs here pre cooed clusters of cam liorutiQ"theirnatuml
seemed as.though be'was being followed .not know the names of 'the'persons at once realized thafrofe the wailing, compete in any free market. hues. This f Bill!'1s 'lit iaUy as_ ,
.a4. watched; gllej to9k >ccasion to from whom he had obtained them, so eventful night he must have risen in. They can sell only in a mark from "thick ,as,a board and costs 'thirty:
draw the walter's attention to the man, that the police bad no means of tracing his sleep and hidden the pocketbook which all others are excluded. The dollars a yard. This fabric ,'id particularly
but could-learn-nething about him except the culprit, except from his appearance. in the press. The fear of being robbed machinery used here, a part of the raw adapted to regal toilets made with, I
thatte-was' a stranger! 'After lid- This, no doubt, had been effectually had no doubt preyed upon his mind to material used tere, the clothing and court train, and would*appropriately
getinguvhjfl'Chair for afew uiinute? disguised, for he contrived to baffle the such an extent that his brain was actively much of the necessaries of every labor- adorn a stately. matron treading with
Mr. Wh5tyear'deitermineato iciirVtotis I vigilance of the authorities, until Mr. apprehensive, while the rest of er's life are taxed so that no manufacturer grace and ,dignity 'the figures of the :

bedroom at once,for there be would, Wheatyear began to consider his property his sense were numbed by unconscious- in the United States can enter into minuet. .. tIt :1:

at least, be safe from having his pocket irretrievably lost. ness.The competition with another who procureshis is told by modistes returning:.Jrom .
picked, and would avoid the man's persistent About a month afterwards, however, more Mr. Wheatyear thought material and supplies in a free mar- abroad that, among other vagariesiotfashion
gate? ."* i jj Mr. Wheat j"ear,had occasion to got up over the matter, the I more satisfied ket. This is why the mil's of American in the gay French capital, bon
His room was on the second floor, at to London on busilles.i,'and while walking : did he feel that he had. discovered the I i manufacturers must shut down when nets and hats are now selected with la-
the end of a narrow passage, which along Oxford street one afternoon, ; true solutjon of the ni .stel-. It followed the home market is supplied. Strikes view to silently demonstrating the role
was approach Ijy two.or three steps lie suddenly came face to face with I Ult-refore--that he 'had never been and shut-downs are the inevitable fruit I I the various wearers desire to enact before :

from the main corridor. The house the rascal who had robbed him. The robbed at all, and he soon arrival at of a protective policy of the extreme the world. One style of ..liata

being y very full, he had to put up with farmer felt so convinced of his identity, the conclusion that he had been the features of that now prevalent in this "perfect 10Ytiltiltl'd over lte eyes, "
'That accommodation he could get, and in spite of a considerable alteration. in victim of an hallucination. Being at tioveniment. Our commerce is kept and crowned with blush roses, is .in
fromthe air of stuffiness which pervadedthe the man's attire and the hair about his the scene of the supposed occurence('(>, he up by industries which are not only unprotected tended to be expressive of sweetnaivete

apartment there was reason to suspect face, that \he Unhesitatingly gave him could recall every detail distinctly, andt but compete in foreign mar- ; another adorned' 'with deli
that in ordinary times it was"' used into custody tot the nearest policeman.The had no diilicuUy in persuading himself kets despite the tax put upon them by cately tinted touch-me-nots and<< tender
.*s a lumber room. A.large,oaken press man blustered a good deal at being how his fright had been caused. Probably the tariff. Agriculture furnishes nine- white lilies of the va'by, characterizes
stood in a corner, containing old muth- taken to the station house ; but it transpire in searching for the pocketbook, tenths of the exports of the country, the wearer as of a gentle, clinging disposition -

saten hangings and other odds and end, at the preliminary investigation he had shifted the position of the pillow, competing with the world: after' paying ; while formidable and atro-
'While underneath the bed-a decrepit that he had about his person a large which, on his returning to bed, after high tariffs oii the house the farmer' 4ious-looking bonnets, adorned with'

four- OSt -was the skeleton of.another sum of money iu gold and small notes hiding his treasure, had slid off the lives in, the clothes be wears, the implements owls looking wise, eagles looking fierce,
bedstead slid sore} cornice-poles. c pf wI ich he could give no satisfactory bolster. The movement had startled he uses, and on the wagons and daggers, swords and jewol-beaded
; The prisoner gave the name him and, being suddenly terrified the with which his women.who
Mr. Wheat year took note of these details account. ; and cars products are spears; are assumed by
while making a careful tour of in- of John Simmonds; and was committed' apparition of the face which had made carried to market. relieved from taxation openly repudiate the tradition iweak-
on.. ',He was ust in that nervous for trial at the next assizes. such an impression upon him had dashed imposed proteetion'it is 'be.: ness, and desire to demonstrate by a I
fazne of mind which causes a per- When the trial came on the evidence across his mental vision with vivid lie ed our manufacturers could also self-reliant demeanor their assuznpUao::.

.aon to Peep intd :fcupbaards; 'and to against the man was -ven>iielming, I I distinctness. The rustling of the dray compete in every' maanfictnreii af the free rights of women, so far. as 'I
take, ) borate precautions against inabefore I though he vehemeutlj pro'e td !"w innocence ery had, no doubt, been caused by the ers. Certain it is our social customs and restrictive' public ;1
trud putting the candle out. :. and declared he tad lest tke I falling of the pillow, which he-remembered and insulated under the existing system opinion have surrendered to the' claims ;

IlL Wheatyear found nothing whatever hotel several hours befon the -ohbeiy subsequently finding upon the and carno' enter any field beyond ,,urI for ernarcli.ition: which they period'
i failed u> floor. I 0"-\1 borders. 1 for.
to excite alarm ; in fact, lie felt vas committed. But he prove I tally clamor



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.JrI lwaetpet hss1.ed I li'T; ,:tovl UJr.R'.ALR s '
flfrtOta r ... ""! .' .- STAPLE. AID]) :r
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yard.. rWiwi .... in J*"*
a .,: JtP.At8; and. Dwellings- Fine Tobaccos and t.:"'1.*.

lr.e.elhsit tieiRairillfe, BJwasat ATT6RNEY-AT-LAV.. .
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LaGrange, -
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-Jlr.A.B-rial.Ii; ':: k.' xto Alsa Ihtaprtv" Lets hi CROCKERY AM GLASSWARE,

posted tarawi. froi llid..Faison.. .. r,, Offers 'Special LAMPS&.FIXTURES, Tltuavllle Wm. Scott.Fla.SCOTT Lx 8afttt, -4t.;. ,
ID atar+reika;. : Indian River:City* & TII.AIIDa/ -

-fiefartiltMWCL: ::: fag X WOODEN Jk TINWARE..
Inducements in all p Have large Hat of ATTOL YS- -LAW. .s-,4Sanford
of LaGranfe, iatnfc to start for the, ... '
Corn : ; 'J!
"11:1 Meal
North alottV. : Qnmge Gloves Mr.Scott is now located at Tt

=Aerr ihreig':'..6. .. hot! lanes Real Estate Law a lpeelalBr.1.1' t

gammer dij inmld be"of great' benefit... .' 01 HIGH HAIIOCK i' _-cLASS 'Hay, C. B. MAGBVBEB, .. ",

to vegetation.Cfenerml 1 Of Goods '
-- E.:HopkinaTof Jadaoovffle; .DE'LADt8, COUNTY SURVEYOR I."f'
Oats Etc. p
is speadlBfa. few dayt lit".. his. daugh Which offering at- AND NOTARY PUBLIC ,'j'
we are ;
ten .. W.store' .swine Bargains 1st ;
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# v'-* > also for
.. agents
Coantl Commisrioners Rockledge, Florida
-TheJteard of BOTTOM 'PRICES. '
it the >Ant SHOES, Jacob Reeds' Sons,
will mertMxtMond being. 1UTUIOR JONELATTORNEYATLAW. ::

Monday of tfcf month.TltoiTflIe.il .' PINEAPPLE LANDS '
ladies' And Hisses' :Hats, CLOTHIERS, ..'If...:
wily in need of a, loan .
and 'build nfc aaweiation. .Parties'here CROCKERY and First Quality At Low Figures.Several Samples to be seen at store.NOTIONS. .

last wwJc.cpaldiot find a place lor rent. Large Tract or Tltusvf1le, Florida '-

Road.SupexTwor reports
that nomen: worked on.the public road. HEAVY HAMMOCK LANDS, DOMESTIC I: AlCY DRY GOODSJIIP.Dts'

All preferred,to pay:.their.one dollar per Fancy ,Goods, \Buttons, well adapted to Clog Furnishing Goods Notary Public State at LaJ1I.A.1Dda.vita .

drawn and aU business ea na..
day. LACES RIBBONS &C. March lit 44 tf. to me promptly attended to.-
Sugarcane,Bananas and Early vegetables.
Andrew. Hbaon..,succeeded in fur- Ofllce at his residence.

nisb'ig ice cream to.hia customers hut That can't be beat anywhere. Also unimproved Lands in all section J. M. Dixon, Titusville, Florida.

Saturday craning,and it was, real, good
TrrrsviLLE, : : FLORIDA. .
too., of the comity. Dealer in D.COWIE.
The roBor about the',new steamer A FEW VERY DESIRABLE Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals,. ..' .

. in our tart week'edition;proves untrue. ., Fancy and Toilet Articles.Perfumery Physician and Surgeon

The steamer was the Flora going aroundto Homesteads Left. Dye-tt Faints Oils Titusville. Florida,. ...

MACOX, GEORGIA,. Parties having money to purchase mortgages Varnishes brushes,&almost everything S P. GRAY.. .
The ineorpocatonoftheLILT.awill will fund safe investments on un kept by a first-class Drug House. ,

please bear in mind the next meeting Sept.19.Will begin A Forty-sixth full faculty Annual of experienced session, doubted security Any drug, medicine or Instrument Watch Maker and Jiwefltr.ALL ..
needed by customersand
is to be held en .Saturday afternoon
teachers. Advanced course of study. The .
not on hand, will be ordered. WORK WARWTED.a
at W. B. Moore** store::. I best advantages in Music,Art,Literatureand Prescriptions carefully compoundednight Work or orders left with Ju L Wacw. tt
McLean is at the .Hanlorer Science. Careful attention to all the Post Once,TltnsriUe or with.A.Brady M La .,-
Captain Real Estate placed in our hands for sale, or day with accuracy and dispatch Grange will receive
wants of pupils. .: Prices moderate. .
with the sloop"Agnes"well stocked and Apply for catalogue to 14 2mBev. exchange, or to let, will receive prompt by competent persons. Iy36 in TitoiTllle every M ndayattention.lliaaDR. ...

will probably be here'to-day.' Don't forget W. C. BA..QS, D. D.,President. attention. .. .. WILSON. -
" Titnaville.May!j.1883 4 tf 1
to go and inspect the Captain's goods.;

The'STA job office. during the past A. L. HATCH, Titusville & Lake Worth.OSTBANDER'S Agency.The .Will continue the practice of Xedleimia '. .....:.

week has executed an order for ''a' large DEALER IJGROCERIES: undersigned having opened a Trtujvill lid vicinity, : ''
circulars for the e:
number of zeal-estate

live Real Estate'firm,'Messrs. Pritchard HEWSPAPER SDBOTTM AGENCY Office-at J- y.Dlxon's Drug Store. .' ''<"?

and'){ar.We.., PROVISIONS, INDIAN RIVER STEA3IEBS! Will S be pleased to receive subscriptions A. B. s wLgI,B. ..L. ::

learn that' Mr. J. E.Thomas' DRY GOODS 7. n. MAIL LIME, to any 1
time for carrying: the mail between this Periodical : Halting Dentt.
The Fast, Light-Draft, Steel Hull or Newspaper published. .'
place and Daytona has about expired. Hardware ant General lerctafe I -o- Makes frequent trips to Indian BT err "

What is ''to' take his place we have not CITY POINT FLORIDA. Steamer, Save time, trouble and expense by apply- Lake Worth, Ac. '

ascertained. March s. 4w 43 P. Ov Address, New Smyrna, Florida..

-Remember, that .Norwood's Hack The"Biggest" and the "Best" Subscription Agent, Q. H. l'I'AtITX.d"
Line will yon, tri-weekly to Enterprise CAPT. WILL H. MOORE,
A FirstClassMammoth Haulover P. 0., Brevard county, Fla.
Jetties of
tte-Fewff attf
connecting with the St. Johns River Newspaper Having ample and splendid accommodations "
steamers for Jacksonville. Fare to for Passengers and Freight, and THE SLOOP "AGNES Notary Pnbllc State-at-Larfc. .-'.
I For one year and an arranged expressly for the Mail Service Also Commissioner of Deed tor the State of "
Enterprise, $4. .
Novel and XavIgatloB of this beau- commanded by PENNSYLVANIA. .

-"Old Joe" cornea out again, this time, Interesting tiful River, will make regular trips, until CAPTAIN JOHN McLEAN, Office the-Hani-Over- .;

in the Fact, rather going for the superin- FOR .2.... further notice; between Makes regular trips on Indian River. JOHNSON COCKSHVTT.Notary .:;

tendent, among other things. i Look out"Joe" THE SAYAfflAH WEEKLY MS SHE CARRIES A FULL SUPPLY OF T.
Mile and Late forth ria tie Raid
he will for We have
or go you. A mammoth sheet,'38x52 inches, con- GroceriesDryGoods, "bne, Staf.-. -.....,
not the doubt but what he will all intermediate
slightest taining 8 para of reading matter, comprising Touching at landings, Canned Good, and't.stic..f
answer. all the News of the Week, Tele- as follows: the Peace.
graphic Dispatches, accurate Market reports Hats, Boots and Shoes,
-The attention of the reader is directed -
a well edited Agricultural Department Leaves Titusville, Tuesdays and Fridays Court day, first Saturday of each month.
to the advertisement of.W. J. Berne Ladies'Shoes In great variety; Prints all
Serials of at 6 o'clock .
Original a page a. m. new patterns at low prices. LAGRANGE Florida.
Co., of Jacksonville Parties desiring
Flirid Georgia. & Sontti Carolina tfews. Leaves Lake Worth, Wednesdays and ST. Cara-ABaua, rt-L'. Sronoaun
goods in their line can deal to as good ad- Ready-made (Clothing, Toilet Articles State Attorney County Judge of
vantage with them as though they bought It is not a local paper.. Sundays, at 10 a. m; the Rapidsat NOTIONS. S-ventb..JutUc:1al Circuit. Orange couaty.3t ..

in New York. Their goods are first-class. To the farmer, mechanic,or artisan, the 2 p. m. $3For the cash only .Clam Abrams l mIerlil.

-Antonio Canova arrived here from business or professional man who has not :o:- I, March 1a.,46 6m. ,

St. Augustine bat Wednesday evening, the advantages of a daily mail, it is a pa- r Passage or freight apply on board. ATTORNEYS at COUHSSLLORS. AT LAWORLANDO
per by which be can be informed events LUMBER ,
Staterooms, two berths,$1.-Single berths
and went on to Bockledge. It is whispered WOl elT careful collection
transpiring in the busy world whether in attention to
50 cents, Meals 50 cents each. Will be furnished to order short andwill practice in the several court of thus
that he will take up the challenge his own State or in the most distant partsof on notice District and in the Supreme Court at Tallahassee -

offered him to sail against the Coquetteand the globe.In Opened for the Season. at 813.00 per thousand. and U. S. court at Jacksonville.
that the race will probably be at this addition to a first-class newspaper at
a moderate price we offer each yearly sub-I ft SHINGLESAlways ,
1QrA. man who is interested in his own
place. We hope to see it as doubtless it '
scriber of of the
a copy: any published Always on hand'a: general"assortment of
will.prove exciting._. novels of the Morning News Library free. welfare will be pleased to know that on hand.'
Subscription $2.00 in advance. CO O D S.STRICTLY .
a year C. MAGRUDER & CO.
Short Step Notes. Snbscription can be.sent through local ANDREW GIBSON -' .
The LaGrange Nine. have received agents and postmasters or direct to S. RYDER. CASH.-
their challenge from the "Stars" of En- J. H. ESTILL, Keep the finest oysters to be found in E. L Brady.
3 Whitaker Street ROCIH DOE,
terprise and we learn that the match will Savannah, Ga. TltUHvllle, Has January 1st 1883 1 yr 3S
just received and continues to keep
be played on the 21st of September.A ARRIVALS DEPARTURES,OF MAILS. AID SERVED IX STYLE TO SUIT PATRONS. in stock a full and complete stock of Groceries Florida HVTanuFac ture.

Base Ball Club has been o.rganized at Lean From Enterprise Enterprise Monday to Titusville.WL-dncsdllyand -0- ,Boots & Shoes, Hats & Caps in

City Point,with Will Black as Captain. Friday at 3a.m.Arrive at Titusville. Monday Wednesday Plain and Fancy Cake made to order. great variety and General Merchandiseof AMAZON PAINT WORKS.

Practice up City Points and the Athletes and Friday at 9p m. every description. Ask for whateveryou
Leave TituavQle Tuesday Thursday and Baler Bread always will give you a trial.The'LaGrange Saturday at 5 a.m. may want. One price to all. Canned

Nine are to have uniforms and Arrive Saturday at Enterprise at i p.m. Tuesday Thursday Also a first-class Barber shop attached. Goods of every description a specialty.LUMBER manufacturers of theAMAZON

for their match but the From Daytona to Titusville.
game, style
as undetermined.The Leave Titusville. Mondays. Wednesdays. NORWOOD'SFast READL! D) PAlm
and Fridays at S a.m.
I colored club of this place have and Arrive Saturdays at Daytona at 9 p.m.Tuesdays, Thursdays, Hack Line Will be furnished to order on short noticeat in all shades and ready forI.e.late

cleared their new ground and are exerting Leave Da)1.onalIIonliays.Wednesdays and 913.00 per thosand. Dressed lum-
Fridays at 5 a.m. IT e.
their efforts for the game to be played Arrive at Titnsville, Tuesdays Thursday ber from 320.00 to $24.00 per thousand.
the 16th. and Saturdays at 9 p.m. LUMBER 4 SHINGLES Specially Mated For This Climate.
on From Titusville to Eau Gallic. I The Cheapest and Most Direct ,

The LaGrange Nine did not come to 5a.m.Arrive Leave. Titusville Tuesday and Friday at I ROUTE always on hand. and grinders ofPure

Titusville last Saturday engage' in a at Eau Gallie Tuesday and Friday P. M.
practice game with the Athletes. Hope p.m.Leave Eau Collie Wednesday and Saturday To Tit us vllle and Indian River. .. ,

they will: come this week Saturday.The ate Arrive a.m.at Titusville Wednesday and Satur.,I, CARRYING. TUB U. S. 3IAIL. A Colors In Oil.

Athletes want somebody to make day at 7 p.m. Parties Office and Factory,
desiring to purchaae pine-apple
them an iron bat to play with, they plants will send No. 26 Ocean street,
W. I. MOORE THREE please their orders
trips weekly between the ST.
break all the wooden ones they can get ,

hold I of._ _ _.,OM General Commission Merchant, Leaves Enterprise EVERY Monday, Wednesday 52 3m' Waveland P. 0. Fla. IfiTSend for color card and price list.

List of Letters AND DEALER IX and Friday Morning, arriving. at IfifPine-apple plants cheap for casb.-Q New Information of Florida.
in the Post,
And postal cards Titusville the SAME day
r SOLDIERS 110 LOO 192 pages new matter for 1SS2.
Office at 'Titusrille, Florida, August, Groceries and READ-- unto map

1833. ReturningLeaves Send for our new circulars 'containing Send six cents to R.C.Long,Tallahasseeor

Franklin, Wm. Henry, one postal card. Titusvllle EVEUY Tuesday.Thursday matter of utmost importance to all ej C. Drew,Jacksonville,Fla.
Holmes H. E. ". u and Saturday morning, arriving.atEnterprise soldiers or their heirs. Pensions, Bounties
FarnlySupplies. Land Claims,Horse Claims, and FOR SALE !
letter. In the
Hooker, J. T. all others against the Government .
Johnston, J. W. postal card. S. Norwood ly and faithfully attended to. prompt A desirable cottage, house and lot in
Kaighn, Wm. C. ". Titusville. : : Florida. I with stamp W. H. WILLS &Address CoT Titnaville, also Blacksmith,'wheel wright
JOSEPH E. GBUBEB<, P. M. omber 10th lSSO. tf 47 TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. I 1U4] Lock Box-188 Washington: D.C. general repairing shop at TitusvU1
Enquire PKITCHAKD &May., 24 tf -