The Florida star
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075901/00060
 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 9, 1883
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071719
oclc - 34175599
notis - AKR0018
lccn - sn 96027111
System ID: UF00075901:00060
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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Br. ''i1.fl'USVILLE FLORIDA THURSDAY;'AUG. ,9 1883: '"U.MBER5.

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_& ,!..Opeae and Swallows :London aid the Old''World' described _feels in the protection of his government Sixteen Thousand Victims to Cholera, OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.From .

ft. : t. b rwltalian .Ton! ',' b.a citizen of Brevard. when,abroad, and ,the respect In Egypt. ( oar regular eorrclfponc.Junt.1'V ""

,:Jaly 29.-The town of Casa ;"Brerard-ln" the Times'Union. that foreign nations pay him on that.:account LoNDoN, August 3.;The Daily News .\.SUL OTOi., D. C. July 28, 1883.

f|..year Naples,was entirelypiigtmytdbyan 'BBTJSSELB, Belgium, July 12. Though if I- can judge by ,my :asserts that the total number of deaths' Washington never will be metropolitan,

earthquake last nigh Selfish must be.the nature of him'who,' own experience,to be an American is a from Cholera in Egypt, so far, has been but it'is making a faster progress toward

If!1I idd&oringtownsof Forio and Lac- .having enjoyed a trip to Europe, is'content sufficient passport through Europe. I 16,000. It says the disease ,is now less: being cosmopolitan than .many realize.

vj:- ( were greatly damaged. ,One hunft'bd to be fflent.. ''Everyday and every have been proud of the high estimation virulent. Of tea men attacked among When it is remembered that it is.only .

less 'hour;.T wish I could tell friends whatI the British of six twelve since a jubilee .he d'to
fpm;wore or severely' injurd1arrrtedat my placed on our country, and ,have found troops, an average : sur- years was
Naples by steamers. see and what I eeL Leaving New York and vive. celebrate the fact that Pennsylvania; ave-
: as to our politics com-
, I many persons I
>.,The flpatoof people killed is not known. literally: take up ''our home upon the merce.I .' ... nue was no longer a mud road, but a paved -

* Losws, July 30. The excitement on deep. Those immense steamers, with all ,will endeavor in my next to give a Carey, the Informer,Killed.. street, its progress seems- wonderful..

; :fjjj.-y.he; imagined from the fact that conceivable comforts, verily hide from general idea of the country in Belgium, LONDON, August 2.- James Carey was A few years ago diplomats.used',to. complain

the mind all idea of that for shot at,4 o'clock on Sunday afternoon. that there books
heri ire two thousand visitors on they danger, so its cities and its products.. I shall give were,no foreign to
weeks one seems to be rocked in The steamer Melrose: on which the shoot- bet in there is;
gently a bought Washington
.|; >md of fecbia, including wealthy Ro- much time in visiting schools, and studying ,now a

r JJ pd Neapolitan families and several vast round lake, covered with the blue those social questions that are akin to ing occurred, arrived at Port Elizabeth store which docs as well for. Washingtonas

' MB vaults of heaven. Such at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon. These Christern's does for New York
I :Deputies, who were taking baths there. was our passageto similar questions in our State. I will : Bren-,
Antwerp and had all' the facts seem to show That ODonnell was tano established himself here last winter
, jt it impossible as yet to give the number ; passengers visit France and Paris before I return.I rand
been invited guests of Captain Ueberweg outside of Colonial jurisdiction when he his place is already one of the institutions -
In the latest ,
, 'ef dead at Casamicciola.! acyggto wish to make my visit not only one of : ,
steamer Nederland Red Star Line there committed the crime, and that he must of the The ire
city. shops -
: the number is estimated at three pleasure and recreation, but one of ob- growing
The hotel Piccola-Sentinella could not have been more ready acquaintance be tried in England. out of the old provincial style. A.
: ,ftooODcL' servation to serve me on my return.I

'gmi jn,the earth and buried many of its nor more genial, pleasant compan- was anxious to see this country, and LONDON, August 3-A despatch from I project seems now to be really underway'

fcuulaL Some of the inhabitants of the ionship. It is the place for the wearied now I am better paid than I had antici- Cape Town says it has transpired that O'- for building a new theatre 'in, the best .

".tovnocaped to sea at the first shock and brain to rest: and the worn body to re- pated. Respectfully Yours, Donnell, the murderer of Carey, is an part of the'city, that shall combine opera

. made their Ray to Naples, with news of gain its elasticity llRE\.ulD. American citizen and a native of Ohio. house, ballroom. summer garden and cafe.
die calamity. The centre of the arc of We reached Antwerp the fourteenth .. .. I In the more metropolitan ,diversions,

ibock was the same as that of two day after our departure from New York, Cultivation of Bermuda Onions, as The tlrcat Southwestern Railroad Washington is doing as well as,can be ex

the having had of the smoothest that Practiced in Bermuda. System Changes Hand There two clubs liter-.
radius wider. Thahock'Yaafe1t one seas pected. are --one
but the was
ago, SARATOGA, N. Y.;July 29.-The most
at sea, and according to Neptune ever grants the mariner. ary, scientific, and sO on, which is called
railroad transaction that has
A Once upon land, we realize for the first Prepare beds: raised a little on fiat, or important the "Kosmos," the other, the distinctively -
accounts, even Naples. gentle- taken in the south is
Mine low ground but not raised much on dry ever place reportedto "
time the countless miles we have traveled. ; social club called 'the "Metropolitan.
the hotel Piccokgentinella
Bin,who was staying at have been consummated Saturday. It is
land. Cultivate deep and fine, and make
The The Postmaster General has the
possible: dangers we escaped stopped
who with his upon
J and escaped the Richmond and Dan- ,
the of -
the beds rich with well rotted purchase '
had time to the trackless ocean now crowd upon us.It compost delivery of letters containing money to",
that he secure -
life,selates only or other fertilizer. 3Iake the beds 4 feet ville system, or rather a controlling inter-
is moment of and the of the Louisiana in
in the darkness a strange awe true manager lottery ;
Kane candles for use i est in the same from General T. :M.\ Logan
broad, have foot paths between the beds. ,
gratitude. Thought flies back to our New Orleans, and the determined effortsof
of die ruins before the collapse of the and his associates by whom it has heretofore
who lives the home; so fully, so vividly are the loved Sow in drills say a foot apart, as thinlyas the police have apparently if not actu:
>tmUding. .A person near been held. The
purchasing syndicate
i pack the ground a little after :
establishment ones around us, that for a moment we are you ally closed up the numerous lottery' and ,
Dow ruined, bathing says consists of F. Baker L
George George
sowing. If the sun is hot and the ,
with them. very which for
policy shops years openly ,carried
he escaped from the place amid the falling Seuey,E. D. Fahnestock Calvin S. Brice
dry shade thebeds and water at ,
be No business in this But the
Europe must seen. thought, no on city.
walls and balconies, the terrified people William P. Clyde and General E. T.
night until the tender well
study can more than foreshadow the real germs get newspapers of this city still 'cOntinue to

shouting: ity. Lands we,had visited in a dream, started, then the plants are very hardy. Thomas. publish the 'flaminc. advertisements of
"TO THE SEA I" This is the syndicate that is behind
same -
Sow at time from the 10th of October -
cities whose marvels we had imagined any the lottery company, and the advertisements -
The ground opened in many places, the East Tennessee and
to the 1st of Xo\"eDlber-uo advan-
now spread out before us. There is all appear in the issues of to-day, with
vile in other places there was no movement Georgia: railroad, and is the most
in sowing earlier. Keep the weeds power-
the difference that exists between an object tage the request to'send letters containing
The water gushed out of the springs. that has taken Y
and out. About the 15th of December : organization ever yet
and its shadow. gross money to the New Orleans National bankinstead
Several, boilers in the bathing house I. hold of Southern road. Seney, Brice
will be time
to transplant
London I had the pleasure of visitingthis of to Dauphin, the manager, 'as
bested The theatre, which was a wooden and Thomas the old
represent Seney com-
The Berrnudians insist that it to
wonder of modem times, in company pays formerly. It can scarcely be followed bya
structure, was literally torn open, allowing transplant and not leave the onion in bination and the Metropolitan National
with a very pleasant party of gentlemenand similar order as for the bank; unless the
the audience to escape. At Lacco the seed bed. When the bulb is as large Bonk Scott is of the firm of George S.
Ladies. Our route was from Brusselsto Postmaster: General can discover some"method -
there are many dead and wounded.At Forio Scott & Co. Baker and Fahnestock -
Calais overland. We crossed the Chan- ; as a goose quill, then transplant Crop represent by which the money packages
the churches: were ruin ,but no one was I off the long roots or pinch them off. Just the First National Bank of New
nel to Dover in the Bessemer, a steamer intended for the lottery company can be
,kflled..-Jhe troops have recovered the designed by the great manufacturer of press the bulb barely under the surface York, while Clyde is of the great shipping distinguished from those'connected 'with

body of Signor Fiorentini, prefect of Las- house of William P. & Co.
with the forefinger in straight rows a Clyde
that name. Her model is a double keel, say .' .. the legitimate business of the bank. From
tine, All the steamers plying between
foot apart-no fears of their growing ; the of those in
affiliation 'with'the
that she the outgivings
two. to
so presents prows Lake Worth Mail Boat Discovered at .
Jdia and the main land immedi-
but after rain let the drills be
plant a a lottery it is assured that
waves-the object of which is to counteract St. Augustine. company a
tdy ,chartered by the government to foot apart. Let the beds be prepared ex- will be made for decision the
the tossing of the boat across beams' On Sunday morning there arrived in case up by
bring the wounded from the island.
I actly as seed beds, with a foot path between. Court the issue
From Dover we continued our journeyby our harbor a cat rigged boat with cooking Supreme on question at
From the.Times Union.lachia Don't tread the beds
on keep '
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between the Post office 'and
rail. We fine well
saw a country,
utensils aboard together with other miscellaneous -
is an island in the:Mediterranean ,
down the weeds and but cut
grass, r mr the
"- cultivated-many fine hop farms vegetables goods. The only aboardwas company.
belonging to Italy. Jt is eight miles south person:
dawn uiLa lux that is ruinous. The
:- Maine
:March of
fruits and in fine condition. ,
grain a mau about eighteen of
west of Cape Miseno: from which it is the whole bt..J.-to cut young years
roots permeate who is the chief of the Hill
and The prosecutor
Sheep cows were numerous.
se dbyachannelsixmileswide.TheWl2pdis age, who told the following story as near
them is to reduce your crop/ Get through in the Architect's
land is sometimes and the investigation Supervising
at the entrance f.the Bay of rolling, hilly, SLA we cau repeat it. He said he purchased -
before Christmas. The
transplanting Office ha returned
.Sapks and is seven miles long and four scenery very pretty. We sped along rapidly the boat ou Indian river, and came to Washingtonafter
be for in
crop ought ready harvesting absence of several weeks 'He .
and entered the with
great city
tide., Near its center is Mont St. Nicolo : out of Jupiter Inlet Wednesday.. He.
: known extinct clear sk). I shall never forget the "flying" May. made a straight line for Nassau N. P., says he has been out skirmishing for facts
otherisey as Epomeo, an .
of our train3) up among the chim- HARVESTING.Select but running the reefs, concluded and funds to carry on the investigation,
1 tolcano which rises two thousand six upon among
,. the advanced and matured
most and has secured abundance of the former
nies of those four millions of people. It
that it
was too dangerous-a place
kindred feet from the level of the sea
leave the others to develop fur-
plants, but of
little the latter. Mr.
was suggestive of the Arabian Nights. for him and he therefore very
to navigate,
toward which its sides evenly in alldirections. .
slope ther. Pull and leave on the ground
Murch with him the
up brought statements
Before sunset we were safely down and in turned his l'Ourand sailed away for theFlorida
Sulphur abundant in the the hotel. After dinner G m. exposed to the sun, for 24 to 4S hours, .. of a number of persons, which will be laid
island and mineral abound mak- Royal p. coast lie ciaiuieU to have been '
springs then with sharp knife cut off the
before the committee through the attor-
we started on our tour through London. out in the't.'re storm of Thursday, and .
ing it for the cities
i great summer resort withered Don't bruise the bulb.
Five and with few hours of top. ney for Mr.Murch, as the committee has
nights filled
of days hi boat became with water which
Naples and Home. The island is
very Put in for market-not too
packages declined receive affidavits in
evidence.Mr. .
up to
fertile of ; sleep, we spent in visiting places of interest by hard work he managed to bail out.
producing large quantities figs, the onloia fr Put them
i large. Kerp ( ; Murch the investigation hast already -;
I cannot describe all we saw. I During the storm he lost overboard his says
com,game and a superior wine. Its pops Don't in
under shelter. pack wet. Ship
him and thus
cost over $2,000
elation thousand. The will name a few: The Tcwer, Parliament trunk containing over $200, and a valuable ,
was twenty-four attacked with moderately small quantities, don't glut he sees no chance of getting any of it
lately washed into the
town of Ischia'ison the northeast of Buildings, compass was ocean.
coast market. Take time to '
one get your back. He he has
the island and hasa harbor for Llampton Court, where Cardinal Wolscy any On his arrival he disposed of a violin, says disappointed
good lightdraught oft New York is the Bermuda
crop the investigation. When he first filed
vessels. is six lived, Kensington Gardens, Zoological blanket and other articles to those who "
Its population market. Try Atlanta and points west, the charges against Mr. Hill with Secre-
Gardens British Museum St. Paul and and
thousand four would purchase, was about to dispose -
hundred and
Foci 'is the ninety-seven.island others of world wide interest. We passed after supplying southern markets nearer of the yacht which he called "Nina" tary Folger" he was under the impression
on west coast of the home.
'ks under the Thames through the tunneL for about $5O. Two persons, whose suspicious that the investigation was to be made at
a situated
good harbor beautifully The white Bermuda matures S to 10
the of the
has fine And here let me say that if we "flew" in- were aroused, went to Mr. Jas. expense government. says
,mineral baths, and a population days earlier than the red, and cost Jmore. he is the
obliged to keep thing goingnow
wax thousand to London, while there we "burrowed"about Paine; who Is the Custom House officialfor
seven hundred and four. But the sellers compel the -
: purchaser that it has been started.
Iw under her cellars as some huge the section where the vessel: came
,or Lacconieno, is a small town of take of each. If
to a proportion
The spirit of the Civil Service law has
one thousand i pectre, for there is a network of under- from, and gave him information of the
five hundred inhabitants in fortunate in getting what has been
we are been violated and
the last
already, scram
the ground railways to all points. arrival of the s>upi osed "Nina. Mr.
!tll1rC/-1l'art of the island. Casa- ordered, we may expect notice about 1st ble for the crumbs of office was a disgraceful
I much interested in Paine examination of the
aicciola is at the foot of :Mont Eporneo, WS'CI) of September. Probable price about $-I upon pit'CCof work. The Civil Service '
bass Tussaud ail: Sous' Historical Gallery. was satisfied that it was the "Blanche"owned
population of three thousand nine Public will be promptly no-
pound. law
hundred Here all the celebrated characters arereprescntl.J. per by James Bell, who has the contract went into practical operation on

its and fifty-three, and is noted for in wax of life size. Then- tified by advertisements: through the'pres. to carry the mail to Lake Worth. July 16, but for weeks before that date

thermal springs and baths. It was Don't write letters of inquiry, I.1 the hordes of office seekers clamored
of distinguished ,
kre that are many very interesting groups: lIe questioned the young man concerningwhere
the ,&tel Piccola-Seutinella: this is all we know. Seed warrantedgenuineand howled, and shrieked at the doors of the
men and women. In one he gut the boat, and was told that
wag located
and fertile time of the disaster : fn>h. Good luck to the departments for a chance "at, 'the
Staunton and other
group where Lincoln I he purchased the same from Jim Paine,
recorded above it filled with sum- J. WOFFOUD TUCKER.
gardeners. crib. They the hotels
American heroes were"represented I noticed .. the young man then mentioned two other poured
ffiergaest8 from
the mainland.
a perfect representation of General General LvUcrt llal'ot! Resigned; Jims but it did not answer. Mr. Paine into the rooms of the ''Cabinet officers,
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from the Western Cniou. and even into the White House itself. It
The Grant. Why this great Federal leaderwas informed the young undo that he would

August signal office gives notice that from there among; those patriot who had NEW YORK, August 3.-The reports to* hold the boat until he could communi- seemed as though all the Senators and all

1st, cautionary display stations: the effect that General Eckert had rl'"io"11-1 I the Congressmen had their friends
*ffl finished their deeds on earth I cannot understand catO with the pan he purchased it from,
-1ie,_established at the following ed hi as General Manager of the I I all the letters of endorsement
+ position they wanted -
wed and found oula partial explanation the young man then went for a sheet of _
places : Brunswick, Ga.; FeruauJ Western Union I I I to make this final attack.
Telegraph Cvml'anare
: by thinking of. Chieat,. Eituribus paper, but up to date has not returned.Mr. .
.Fla.; Fort George Island, Fla. the officials be I
pronounced by to entirelywithout Paine left for Jacksonville on Monday AUGUST.Pensacola .
Port:3lonne:i ; Virginia; Tort Royal, ttnum. foundation. "....

S.(h} St:Augustine and Sand Key Light There is every variety of public conveyance ... .. morning, and the yacht was put in business: men are moving for

**:;and,Tybee Island, Ga. in London. A very nice thing" is Impending ltevolutiou.LoN'txN I charge of )McMilleu: and in the mean the erection of a cotton-compress. The

The what is there termed a "hansom. The August 3.-A despatch to the : time word was forwarded to Mr. James Commercial offers: to subscribe $'j(0 towards

1900 .West Florida Courier says that driver is behind the carriage and above it Exchange Telegraph Company from Paris Bell on Indian Kivcr. At Jupiter Inlet a bonus fund for some enterprising .

have been subscribed to build a telegraph inside have a fine view of I the mail carrier is obliged to tie and
so that those I j says it is rumored that a plot to restore: :j up man who will undertake the job of

: ; tine from Point Washington to I the streets and store The horses are the Monarchy: has been discovered in ': walk about four miles to Lake Worth, building one.

"a*point on the Pensacola and Atlantic generally fine and quick. The drivers I France. The newspaper La France pro-I and it b supposed that when the mail The steamship Lizzie lIl'nderlOn of the

Jfcwi Lake de Funiak seems to bE are careful of thcirstock, polite to strangers fused to give details of the plot. It aaysthat carrier had left for the Lake the young Co. fined $2,300
Tampa Steamship was
wefwored point. and very deferential to each other. t :!3, oO muskets for a popular rising I man took advantage of the act and sailed for ,
and her captain was suspended thirty
A:true iron deserve honorable mention. There have been ordered, arid that attempts away, out over the bar, over the seas and
medicine, beneficial to th e They have been made to tamper with the army.It days by the Steamboat Inspectors, .for ,_

,jottng'M well as the old who suffer fro m is one thing that persons will always notice I also states that three conspirators havebeen 1 made a failure at St. Augustine.-St Augustine carrying more passengers than she was allowed .,. ; ,
d that an Englishman Prea. I by law.-Key West Democrat. '
this the security
,:.'. ,7t ,. c., is Brown's Iron Bitters. it : arrested. 5&. .



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The : .. .
: dies 'do aot'show any:enthusiasm for -,. .
: Preachers. ..
Famous.French I there was a large excess of productionIn 'Ii- .
:: ,. of the pulpit of There '
: --j' the present ; 1882 that of 1881, but an ex was a time when mttaate ti ,
,; The Abbe PeTraaddiscoarses-.at the Notre Dame. But I ,am sure that Mint Director Burohard'a. Report on of shipments very bad in the English par1 ;
: Tzmitei : has tehn1"1 and a theo Gold and Sliver Production.The amination of the reports j I
s ; He Madame would have enjoyed his this was when Parliament .
smelting had
2 haite-.style,: :reasons well, does not His religion, she following is.an abstract of the ore and bullion and of the i established its .'.

; auae.nervous: .perturbations, and parades said of der of her time, es Wen special report of :Mr. Burchard, Direc- works. shows that the increase has been worth remarking supremacy that ..101\.,. ,
c'.4. metals. n
he'sort of: Iflfffffrto" 'which wasnrat otherwise. In tor of the Mint upon the production of in bar ueof the base
etoffee. ,It could not be proved from the time when'lal :
. during.the":Second.'Empire' in the brain of the reverend father Tho. the precious! metals in the United States I Recent Legal Decisions. grew supreme, and when it !

\ the salon'of-Yme. d'Haussonville and Aquinas is permeated by Darwin, Ty- which was ordered to be printed by the ,. recognized that this came Ie. '.

. ]I. Duvergier de Hanranne. His congregation lor and Victor Hugo. last Congress, and is now in the hands RAILROADS-CARRYING FREIGHT only be maintained if supremacy on :

J parties
Pont sense than that of Le Per Matigwm. Opening Oysters With Prayer. the United States for the year 1882 -Melons were shipped at Galveston to acted hi :
Pepys writing
,. on 19th of
'; : It' curiously. "mixed," and a was $$32,500,000 gold, $46,800,000 in Chicago in refrigerating cars under an 1666 describes Dt{
Bootable aUoy'ef open sinners not want- There is a certain class of people who silver, a total of $79,300,009. Comparedwith agreement that they should be carriedto a queer aces
witnessed in
4ng. La Trinite. is in a quarter where take a very gloomy view of religion and the previous year this shows a decline Chicago in the same cars, but at the Lord House of LorftT a .

. tflaauce, 8M art, literature, and profes- declare that we ought to do everything of $2,200,000 of gold, and an in end of the first line the cars were broken Lord Buckingham leaning rudey...

:, Btanal Tice rub' shoulders with each although we were to die the next min- crease of $3,800,000 of silver. open, shipper having retained the keys, my Marquis Dorchester, _* hi

other. Victor Hugo lived before he ute. What a long-faced communitywe The comparative decline in the production and the melons were put in the cars of Dorchester removed' his elbow.. .'1\1' ,

went to: Posy in neighborhood.. should be it that rule were carried of gold was greater in California the connecting line which were less Duke asked whether he W111DIII ,"

:Xaron Danvilliers resided! 'not a hundred out. A man couldn't laugh at a joke; than in any other State or Territory adapted to their safe transportation.For Dorchester replied yes, and thaTSi;

yards from the church: A little indeed, no one would dare to make a -the yield being $1,400,000 less the loss of the goods, which rotted, Duke durst not do this if he wen an.:

" higher up Tourguenieff inhabits a lodging joke for people to laugh at, and life than in 1881. the owner sued the first line, and recov where else. Buckingham replied MU

in Mme. Viardot's hotel. 1L Leon would become a slow march to the This resulted from the interruptionof ered a judgmi nt. The company cain d would, and that,he were a better ate'

is and grave. If to-day were to be our last in* of the Galveston Houston than himself. Dorchester said that at
Say's town residence .quite near, hydraulic mining some the case in error- ,
tI there are many celebrated studios close I: we should not lay in a stock of provisionsfor northern and middle counties of the and Henderson Railroad Company vs. lyed. With this Buckingham atnckof

*y. La'Trinite is remarkable for its I to-morrow, we should not want to State: owing to litigation and also froma Allison-to the Supreme Court of I..his hat, took him by his periwig a|I
its of hot go over the Brooklyn Bridge and we I off of the af pulled it aside and held him. n.*
parquet floor, carpets, system falling in production quartz Texas, where the judgment was
air flues and a absence of austerity, should not pay the note that becomes mines at Bodie. firmed. The Chief Justice, Wilier in nothing so bad as this in the PariV'

both in its architectural character and due to-day because our' creditor In Oregon,where the mining is chiefly the opinion said : "There is a conflict in mentary annals of the Georgian eia.

.general and intema1arrangements. This won't need it. The best way in spite of placer, there was a diminution, and also the testimeny as to whether or not the Chatham is said to have been more font
in Baron Haussmann's some gloomy souls, is to live gladly, than any orator of his time, but his h
church sprang up in Nevada, Idaho and Dakota.In plaintiff agreed with the company thatit >
reign, and. is. more. like a Ritualist than I honestly and happily as long as you can, silver the principal increase was should be held liable for any damageand vective was carefully measured. Spett

a Boman Catholic place of worship. I' to cry at the things that ought to be, Idaho, Montana and New Mexico, the Court charged the jury that if ing of Newcastle, then Prime Miniate;

Because of its elegant snugness it is !. cried over and to laugh at things that Idaho showing an increase of $700,000, they believe that the company was not he once asked whether Parliament a*

dear to the petite ma trwe. oughtto laughed at. There is no good I Montana $1,740,000 and New Mexicoof to be liable beyond its own route it only to register the edicts of one tot
why a man should havecrow's feet powerful subject ?
The spirit that reigns at St. Thomas reason $1,500,000. would not be responsible for any damage Hereupon Newcastle!
before his time simply because he is reli- is reported to have been
'is arrogant'and smalL Humbletowards Colorado furnished about $600,000 beyond its terminus unless it agreed frighten
gious and wants to do the right thing I almost out of his wits. But
'the Church, the congregation, which is less silver than in 1881. that the melons should be carried in thee this va
We are reminded of a story in this con- fair fighting. There
opulent and noble, regards itself as thesalt Of the bullion production of h same car. It has been generally held was no hl '

of the eartI!and the heir of that inheritance nection. "You ought to engage in country $30,964,958 of gold and $31- that where there is no express statute tion on Chatham's part of fIIOIIII

, which'is'laid up for the saints. nothing," said a solemn-saint, whose 400,792 of silver were deposited at the forbidding it a carrier may contract not motives; he simply accused his adssh
, soul was like a squeezed lemon, "that i of the splendid sin of
There is earnestness in its narrow demotion. mints and assay offices for coinage or to be liable for damages which do not esary ambition.
.. St. Thomas d'Aquin is< in the you can't open with prayer." The wag return in bars to depositors.Of occur from the negligence of himself or Our Parliamentary history abouafc

\heart of the Faubourg St. Germain. In to whom he addressed himself replied the deposits of gold $5,600,000were his servants or agents. But when he with encounters of this sort, in which

the mortuary vault beneath lie the re- irreverently, "Well, suppose I want paid in bars for manufacturingpurposes undertakes to carry goods not only over the thrusts delivered, whether in ears

maiDs of the erring and. unfortunate dozen of oysters, can I consistently open I and the remainder went into his own route but over connecting lines est or in jest, were often hard, bat

.Duchesse de Chaulnes. certain Abbe them with prayer-?" I coinage. $1,400,000 were furnished by I as well he cannot contract that his responsibility always bestowed according to fair
:Plauet occupies the pulpit. He takes Flirtation Among Andaman I private refineries for manufacturers'use may terminate at the end of rules, and with an absence of that ha-

:for his model John the Baptist, and Islanders. and there was an export of $175- his own line. He will be responsiblefor placable animus which leaves cambit-

tells hard truths to his penitents, whom 000 contained in silver bars. the negligence not only of himself tants enemies when the fight is ore

'. he exhorts to perform good works and Owing to a singular practice of adop- Of the total silver production $15- :: and his servants but for the connectinglines Everybody knows the story of Sir

to mortify the flesh. One often bears a tion, it is rare to see a child above six I 750,000 were exported, SD
""Jlea culpa" ,uttered as he preaches. or seven years residing with its nished by the mints and assay offices to carrying out the particular contract. Pulteney about a quotation from HOT-
The of St. Thomas parents. It is considered a complimentfor I'I manufacturers race. The Minister bet a guinea that
clergy d'Aquin are $350,000 by private refineries An exemption from liability, exceptfor
Chambordist, and are in relation with a married man after.a visit, to ask for the same purpose and 24-, negligence, is, however, available I his own version was right; a"Horace"

.Frohadorf through the Duc de Blacas. his host for one of his children. IndeeJ, 700,000 were used in coinage. The when the carrier forwards the goods : was sent for; and Sir Robert, proving

-Ste. Clotilde is fusionist and Orleanist. the sot disant father may, on a similar production of the country was from the I consigned to him in the manner and by' to be in the wrong, threw down a

"The Duc de Broglie and la MarechaleJMacMahon occasion, pass the child on further States and Territories as follows: the route with reference to which the guinea, which Pulteney pocketed with

attend the Lent sermons without referring to the real parents.To States and Territories. Gold. Silver. contract is made. If he deviates from the remark that it was the only money

'there.I This .church is modern and prevent improper flirtations among Alaska, $150,000 his route, or forwards the goods by different ever paid by the Minister which a
.pseudo-Gothic. It is celebrated for its the lads and lasses, they paint the suspected Arizona, 1,065,000 $7,500,000 conveyances frem these contem member could accept without shame.

weddings. Provincial Boyalists who parties, one red,the other white; California, 16,800,000 845,000; The words were not in the best taste,
I Colorado, 3,300,000 16,500,000 plated by his agreement, he becomes an
take their children to Pans to be married of course they cannot mutually embrace Dakota, 3,3uO,000 175,000 insurer of the goods, and cannot avail perhaps; but how English the whole

like_ the -. scene of Ste. Clo- without partially exchanging color. I Georgia, 250,0 I himself of any exceptions made in his I scene was and how suggestive of good-

tilde. Marriage is forbidden among near rela- Idaho, 1,500,000 2,000,000 behalf in the contract. The contract to humored sparring with the gloves on!

Le Pere Monsabre, of the Dominican tives. Relationship are traced in both Nevada Montana, 2,550,000 4,370,000 forward the melons in this case through Mingling with the chronicles of Pr-

.Order, is charged with the sermons at lines and the system with reference to New Mexico, 2,000.000 150,000 1,800,000 6,750,000 from Galveston and Chicago on the cars liamentary jousts, however, are many

Notre Dame. He succeeded there to le either sex is identical ; 'but the record North Carolina, 190,000 25,000; in which they were loaded was an entire stories of downright ,kindliness and

.Pere Hyacinthe, who succeeded lePere fails after three generations. Childrenare Oregon 830,000 35,000 contract. By changing the cars after chivalry in debate, upon which students
Felix, of the Order of Jesus. named before they are born South Carolina, 25,000 r. of Parliamentary history most
Utah, 100,000 6,800,000 they left the appellant's road the risk of
after some friend of the parent -there
This preacher was condemned to ; Virginia, 15UuO the sale transportation of the melons was always dwell with a sincere pleasure.

-.silence by his superior because the being. no distinction of sex in these Washington, 120,000 I assumed by its agents, the connectingline Coming to recent times, nothing could

celebrity he obtained as a pulpit orator titles. I Wyoming, 5,000. where the occured for have been better than Mr. Disraeli's
change the
:was turning his brain. To keep him Much ceremony is practised In the and it becomes liable I panegyric on Cobden after the lattefs
company, not with
$32,500,000 $46,800,000The
the head burial of the dead; infants being deposited death
humble of his convent used standing the or than Mr. Gladstone's references
under the hearth of the hut where excess of production over con- stipulation against beyondits
after he returned from Notre Dame to own terminus." in Parliament to the death of
send him, to do the scullion's work. they died,and adults upon "machan," sumption of the year added to the net Lady Beaconsfleld. On this occasion

'Pere Monsabre is a Blesois,and thoughtto or platform, in the jungle or in a grave. imports of gold. resulted in a net I MALICIOUS PROSECUTION-PROBABLE the Liberal leader quoted the words,
-- look like Rabelais. Temporary migrations in either case gain to the circulation of less than $200- I CAUSE.-A railroad officer and

The reverend father does not recoil follow death, in order to allow the spirit I I' 000 in gold but by coinage and net im-I his company were sued iu an action fu roars tangunt, which Fox as)

'from studying Us odeurs de Paris in the of the deceased full range around the old port of coin the metallic circulation malicious prosecution in causing the quoted in 1806 during Pitt's last illness,
haunts. gained nearly 39.700000 in gold and arrest and trial of a dealer in railroad
'novels of Zola looks out for translations I refusing at the same time (though un
about 27,600,000 in silver coin. I tickets, whom they charged with uttering
of Darwin and other English and I A Magniricant Brigade. aware that his great rival was actually
.. California still maintains the second ; altering and forging one limited
German scientists
of his
school and is'familiar d)lug) to support an amendment to the
with with the Positivists. As The Metropolitan Fire Brigade, of place on the list of gold and silver producing excursion ticket, The prosecution had Address which was going to be moved
London controls 124 sta- States and Territories and is ..failed. In this case the plaintiff
the has made.up his mind to avoid hot fire-escape recovered by Lord Henry Petty. Mr. Disraeliwas
"water and to end his life with the tions, four floating stations, three large likely to do so for tome time to come. a judgment and the defendantscarried not long in repaying Mr. Gladstone's
.Dominicans he will be land steam fire engines, thirtyeightsmall Its gold fields show no evidence of ex the case in error-Thelin vs.
never an avow 1 for
generous tribute of respect,
ed free thinker. He is very tolerant of land steam fire engines, se'enty'I'j'I haustion. On the contrary the magnitude Dorsey-to the Court of Appeals ol I he alluded to him as "the most emi
all modes of thought and daring eight six-inch manual fire I of the deposits in the ancient riverbeds Maryland, where the judgment was I
was so nent member of this House and tie
as to' preach in a recent sermon thirty-seven under six-inch manual'fire the number and permanence oft reversed. Judge Irving, in the opinion, same compliment paid;on another
that no sacrament was absolutely ne- engines, 144 fire-escapes and long quartz lodes, as well as the virgin ground said : "The defendant knew the business occasion to the Premier by the

cessary to salvation. What God chiefly scaling ladders, three floating steam fire yet undeveloped, insure a golden harvest of the plaintiff, and it was naturalfor present
present Lord then Lord Stanley,
required man was the ardent desireto engines, two steam tugs, four barges, for many years to come. I him to suppose that he could not who said that Derby"on, whatever points

know the truth. Of course, if he fifty-two hose carts, fourteen vans, Nevada shows dt crease in gold and have sold the ticket without seeing they might differ, would ac

saw that truth lay in the ordinances of thirteen wagons for street stations, two silver of about $1,500,000, which is what was in the respect to the limits :. everyone
I knowledge the honorable gentleman
the Church he was guilty In not obey- trollies, two ladder trucks, forty-nine ; chiefly due to the rapid decline in the tion. And, besides, the ticket bore right orators

ing them. If, through love of truth, telegraph lines, seventeen telephonelines I. yield of the great Comstock lode. i I I discernible marks of the erasure of the England had o! the greatest -

Jhe wandered from it, God's mercy was eleven fire-alarm circuits, with i In Idaho the production of gold was limitation. lIe therefore had reason Times. produced'j -

called into play. seventy-seven call points; 576 firemen, I slightly less than in the preceding year, able ground for suspicion and belief/ _

The style of Pere Monsabre is O'Con- including chief officer, second officer, I but there was a Lotable increase in sil- upon which he could act in prosecuting Great Mortality among round-

,>>elUte. It is that of a very acute, superintendents, and all ranks. The ver, due to the development of the the plaintiff. lIe cannot be held ac lings.

ready, full and humorous speaker, who number of fire alarms during 1882 in mines of the portion of Acturas county countable for his prosecution, though infant de
Unhappy the lot of the
"will risk anything sooner than let his London was 2341, but of these 254 were known as the Wood River country. I.. the plainitiff was innocent of the serted its and cast
false alarms and 161 *'chimney In Montana in Idaho charge. The test of o'f by natural protector
; hearers yawn or go away without were mere as the mining want probable cbaritfbto
alarms." One hundred and sixty- industry has increased in cause is that the defendant upon the mercies of Chicago
wishing to return. There is sufficient importance, must act institutions. admitted
strength of wing for high flights of eloquence our fires resulted in serious damageand the increased yield having; been in silver, in bad faith. The evidence that the into Of 125; foundlings during

; while copious, the phraseology 1762 in slight damage. The number which from $2,630,000 in 1881, .is in plaintiff had been engaged in deal the home for the friendless died
of persons seriously endangeredby 1882, 4,370OUO. jing i in fraudulent tickets before the year 1882, no less than 97
is &6t often redundant. When the orator I. to after
in the died
"* descends to earth he is familiar and fire during 1882 was 17; ; of these Utah'shows an increased productionof the knowledge of the defendant, was institution,and several individuals.

vpicturesque. With less tact be would 139 were saved and thirty-six were lost, 400,000 in silver I I I competent, because the defendant being given away to private of
.be vulgar. I do not think he would twenty-two of whom were taken out Arizona has maintained her large production 1 might have been influenced by such l For this reason the directors
i alive, but died afterward and fourteenwere knowledge the home have decided to accept BO
of : to
mind vulgarity if he had to talk to : nearly 8,500,000. I I suspect guilt in the prese-
suffocated "
or burned to death. cution. more babies, and, as the foundling's
His discourses this New)Mexico the oldest mining sectionof .
, i bumpkins. season During the year there were 121 injuriesto home waifs
have been -on the seven sacraments. I I II firemen, of which many: were serious the country, has not hitherto appeared I II 1 I A small hydrogen gas balloon, with of the already over crowded,the to

.Pere Monsabre bas not O'Connell's tow- I and three were fatal. as a large producer of bullion, but during a capacity of about, two gallons, was doorsteps will have nowhere
I I I go. It is evident that some immediate
the last two liberated
years rich discoveries at Bercy and
Bering stature nor does he like that made its
Some one has said: "It may be way to action must be taken for the care,of
Irish orator impress one as a great and I j I have been made in the Black Range and Gradno, in Poland,having traveled
that the diamond is the stone for an I more these unfortunate infants and a magnificent
Lake Valley regions whick have in- than 2000 ,
i miles. This
intelligent natural force. He is short is the
engagement but give the old cobblestone longest
I ; us chance for the exertion of practical
':1Jquare- bouldem.&Dd.rubicwld. La- : in a free fight" I'I Creasedtheannualproducuroll,800000.. ,- air ect.journey on record for so small an ob- I benevolence is .opened to ttvcharitable



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f tti, j'"' viz;: tf 81.50 one Inch per Annum space in;''X9'squares advance: "N'' Name of O\mcr. 'j Description of Land. I cS I 3 c l If 1 g I.I.i and Dwellings in '

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p.radvert1\ mgt lDgratea enquire of the. Editor, Apthorp, 'Vm. Lee,.. E fractional lot 3... .:.... .. ... 3303. 27,51 .. Unimproved Lots In ,.
1r iI wiJiencloBtn8athreoccntstampTHJS : > The-blood is the foundation of E fractional lot 1. .. .. . .:..14 30:1:: 38e 23,00.. '
f Jl. be found file at life, it circulates through part'of In arrears for '81, '80 and 79. . ... . . . 7.62 Indian River City.
.a PAPER may& Newspaper on Adver the body, and unless every it is pure Bass, A. C.,. .. .. S E 1 of S W . .. . .. .:.. .. 227$ 30e 40,00 14.24 \ -
t' 'PBowell .00'8 Street where and rich,good health is impossible. Brothers, Wright,. S I of S Eland S of S 'V }. . 32& 37e IMoo 7.45 JEfiTHave a large list of .
,' tiinr i Bureau (10 Spruce ) If disease has entered the system Byrne, John P .. .. pntof strip 16 Deles ne' Grant, N . .. ... ....
be made for it .
; : contracts
01 i ttsung may the cnly sure and quick way to drive W comer of N W'l of X E I. . .. 4 35c 20,00 .26 Orange Groves
: ia"EW YURI it onf is to purify and enrich the Brittle, Augustus... N strip of S E of no #. .. . 7 243Gc 10,00 1.00 ,
t, 'Ri8TAR is the OFFICIAL' newspaper' LlOO !Breard county. These simple facts are well Bailey, Edward B. Lots 12 and 3 and 'V of S'V lan . ON HIGH HAMMOCK' & ,HEST-C1ASS
for known and the highest medical In arrears for'SI, 'SO and '79.. .. .. 1629:1 :3Sc 203,0015.08lkals "* '

fered at Lute Pal OffiioJ Tituzrilk U authonti iron agree that miking but Byron H. .. N 1 of S 4 strip,2 oft-tO interest DclespineGrult . PINE LANDS,
.. Matkr. mill restore' the blood to its . .. . . .. 32 22s kc) 160,00 :39Benner
= natural all the condition iron ; and also that C H. . Excepting 160 acres scold ncal lot or 34 : -Which we are offering at-
,; : he'Gre not myth. The nude blacken preparations the teeth, cause! headache trip 1 of 1-10 interest DeI pineGn't 2'2. 35e 1180,00 .
Lot 3 of 1-10 interest of Dcl3J ... I
and otherwise or strip BOTTOM PRICES.
& her .agricultural miner- are
gonth is great BROWN'S IRON DITTERS injurious.will thoroughly espine Grant. .. .. .. ..... .. .. 2:1 35c 1380,00 6.-H ,
r a1 and climatic resources. She is great and quickly asaaulate with Bunker, James V. ... Fractional s w 1 ofs wi. . .. .. ..2337141c 11,70 .50

IDd is destined to be exceedingly great in te blood;purifying and strengthening IlunkerGeorgeV..6. : . PINE-APPLE, LANDS, '
'manufacturing interests. She is great it, and thus drive disease from nelofsean selofne 1. . 27 3T lie 153,60 3.17 '
is bound to. be exceedingly in any part of the system, and it will Bunny, M E.. .. ... e of n w in arrears'81, '80 and'79 27 271' 36e 79,82 l.2lJ First Quality At'Low Figures.
and great *..;/ blacken the teeth, cause headache Cleveland, J A.- s c 1 of J1V 1 in arrears'81, '80 mld '79 32 218 35e 40,01 6.02

,her political influence._ Her,vast expanse or constipation, and is positively Clement, 'V C. . Lot 1. .. . . . . .. 228.. 37c 3 ,00 12.00 : Several Large Tracts Of
ort ntory; her great variety of soil and mIl injurious. Crawford, -. .... .. n W' #. .. .. . .. .. .. .. . 53.J=,40l' 160,00 2.01..
her' genial climate togethor with her'rap- Clttlct, JoJm.. .. Ie 1 of n w !. .. . .. . .. .. 30 226s 30l' 40,00 1.00 HEAVY HAMMOCK LANDS -
Saved his Chid.: CuckreU, .A W.. .. .. s of 8 W t 8CC. 19 and n of J1 'v !. 3014s 3Ct 161,32 4.02 ,
-jjy developing, 8cicultural.ntelligence Crayon, Lucas. .. .. \11 of Spanish Grant. . ... .. 46 20s( 35c 29,30 .60 well adapted to
point'.with unerring certainty to the I 17 X. EcUw St.,Baltimore Md. I Drii'J.'S, J W. .. .. . neofnwl.. . .. . .. . 32 32s 32e 39,80'1.0011b'iJon '
.time,'now near at hand, when her excellence i Ccnts-t"pr.n: the Feb.J'eC es nlmeIlJa-, jSSo. GCOl"c. Lot .. ;. . . . . .. .. 26 35s 40e 40,00 2.01 Sugar cane,Bananas and Early vegetables.

in'this direction is to be unhesita- : ti-n of a need I tried JJKOWN'S. I Grey, cI)aJnin... .. s w 1 of net. .. . .. .. .. .. 7 34s 32l' 40,00 .81 ,
,11:04 1'irrtKS as a tonic andre 20s Also unimproved Lands in all sec-
\-.111ofSpanishG'ntarrears'81'80s793i 757,8112.77
acknowledged. Her mineral wealth rtcrativc for my daughter whom 13-k
tingly 1 was, thurou)Ujr convinced wu III arrears for'81, 'SO and'79. .... .. 40 2 s.34c 413,62 6.88
both, of the precious and useful, long vottin; away with Consumption. In arrears for '81, 80 and'79..20s: 35e 5:22 ..60Fcrch.1.r tions of the county.A .

acceeded, are now developing to an unanticipated tin Ilivi.... extent. Her vast forests of the eminent vhysician*, I was luth toL.&CVC In arrears for '81, 'SO and '79. .. .J3 20s 35c 7,20 .50 FEW TERY DESIRABLE

and the Irvrus:that anything ci the disease could,but arresr,to In arrears for '81, '80 and '79. .. .. 3t 20s 35c 73,95 4.41
best of manufacturing building
very E.y:rcat surprise before my lau;;h- Giles, Malone,. ... Lot2 block 69, Eau Gallic, III arrears . Homesteads Left.
:'material are being appreciated at home t>r u..d LuLcn one bottle of UKOWN'S for'S1'SO and '19. . .. . . IG : ,36lIalgkin
and abroad and numerous are the capitalists and now is quite restored began to to former mend IICllf'TitU!< Lot G Block 6 Titus\ Uc. ... . :3: 2"2 3.jc .2G Parties haying money to purchase ,mortgages -,

native and foreign, who are seeking Lat'a. A fil J daughter begun to Bart, II 1..1. .. .. .. Lot 2. . . .. .. . .. . 312b135e 45,0010.05 will find safe investments.on undoubted .-'
of timber lands w s\ow lien sirs the physician of ConMimption.was consulted and Hunt, Sophia.... Lot or strip 18 Delespine Grant. ... 23. 3-P 1360,00 3.42 security
large tracts justly ki quickly! s iiJ "Tonics wcrere- folded,I> 1..1. .:. .. Lot 1. . . . . .. . .19 36s Ole 95,50 5.03
foreseeing the enormous wealth stored CartJ! : ;" and when informed that lfoldcn, Nancy A. .. Lob 2 and 3. .. .. .. .. .. .. 18 3Us 4h' 153,40 7.M .
tie ck'cr: sUlcr UKOWN'S
therein.. IKON BITTFXS,was rcspouUcd takiro "that is Herman, J }<'. .. .. Lots 2 and 3. .. .. .. .. .. . 29 36t' 41e 150,60 7.54
The clank of the engine adapted to various a.\NJ,,orett.B ." Hayne, Wm.. .. .. .. n e of n wi and n wi ofn eland .. Real Estate placed in our hands for sale,
>OUI PlIELTS. in arrears for 'SO and '79.. .. .. .. 320:1:: 35c 80,00 4.02 exchange, or to let., will receive prompt'
the of the hammeris
uses and ringing Islrm: Jolm. . Lot 2 :U1d n e 1 oCsV 1. . . 21 21s:3.3c: 72,5 3.62Johtictan attention.

beginning to be heard throughout her ;nW3 ICON Krrrr.RS efTcctual- Jr, .A .A. n \V 1 ohV #. . ... .. . . '30 28. 30e 40,00 .81 Tit v111c.May!-I.1 Sl 4 tf
broad confines. ly cures Dyspejfcda, Indigestion and .Tn-i, Theodore. . ..Fractional .. . .. .. .. .. ..14 35s .JOe 8,02 1.00
The whirring of the spindle and the 1l'c krlsS, and renders the greatest IKennedy, W J.. ... Part lot 1. . . . ... .. .. 33 24.36e; 5\, () 1.00 Titusville I & Lake VYorth.OSTRANDER'S .
relief and benefit to persons suffering Part lot 1. . . . .. .: ...3.324sl&: 2,52 .51
rapidly gliding shuttle even now tunis from such wasting diseases: Con- Lund, Tv... . .. Lund l louse,lot 1 block D Titusville.. 3 22 35c ... :
out"The Fruit of the Loom" and also, :,4:16.1>uuu, llioucy Conipbiii, etc. Lot 15 block B, Em Gallie..16 27s 37e 93.89

the fruit of the loam. Lanning, W' I1.. .. n k lot.. . . .. . . .. .. ..12 36I0e 37,75. ..
The next decade is to witness the development n w of n e #. ... .. .. ... .. .. 22'25 36e 40,00. INDIAN RIVER STEAMERS!rIi.
Lot 2 iiCC. 5 anti lots 2, 3 and 4, intr . . . . .
w of remarkable in the S. IIIAILLINE
changes ,
.- Wars for 'SO and 20s 35c 205,46 15.97
Great South every day. Her stalwartsons _-_ n Long, J ..\. . '. e k of s e !. . .79..S b30c SOOO 2.01 Tho Fast, Light-Draft Steel Hull
her youth and maidens are awake to Leonard, C W. .. .. s j of lot 3,ill arrron for 'SI. . .. 26 3711(' 40,00 2.00

the nobility attaching to labor and are Lot 1, in arrears for 'SI. .. .. .. 3-1 37 s11e 8,00 .52 Steamer,
"THE BEST IS CHEAPEST." Littldic1, IIunt and w of Jl e 1 and w I of s e 1 and tvCleatint j . . . .. .
F .becoming enured to honest toil. nans, THRESHERS 81i.Ill9, .. . of, in arrears for 'SI, 'SO and '19. 15 27Gt, 480,00 8.0-1 "CINDERELLA!"

Intelligent and pains-taking farming loraPowen:: ciowHdlen'Fultwl \Ic.\f'e, . . .. n w comer oh e #. . .. .. . ..20 Lis: 3jc 5,00 .51
and grazing of stock is soon to assume to oil fII'<" OtL> Write for FH c.UK... "IIlo"'n.".,Pamplile, \Ioorc, W B. .. .. ...c J lot 2 Block D, Titus\'iIlc,. .. .. 3 22. 3.k ,42 4S.OS GAIT. WILL H. MOOHE,
tueAultman Taylur Io1 otiix
ac.1 iticrc
w .. . . .. .
firm here The Meyer, J H..f lot 1 32531'( ,2;) .
footing as anywhere. .
of Jl w I of n e 1. . .. .. 4 2:1 36e 6,00 3.00 Having ample and splendid accommodations .
close observer already remarks, "Let it li aruder, Geo M. \loot 3. . . .. . ... . .. .. 3li ?5y 1& 58,0015.77 for Passengers and, Freight, and
1J 'noted that all the animals tested as Morel, &optima.. .. part of Cc. Urcmrd Det.'l1" nook B...... .. . arranged expressly for the lUaU Service .,
noted (on the cattle farms of Mississippi: ) CASH CASH CASH 1 p:tray 71 etc., in arrcars'Sl'SOand'79 40 2O, ::1Jc.- 607,26 43.2 23Itwn and Navigation of this beau-'

were bled in the Gulf States and show in lv 1"1. . . :trtof e 1 ofnw 1 bounded north ? . .. . tiful River, will make regular trips, un-
til further notice between
,y land of Maddox, etc... ... . 17 236c 12,5118.09 ,
',most cases, an improvement in their Ioragnc, X II. .. .. Lot 23, Block :], Eau GalIie, . . . ... .
dams from other sections. Soon the nutritious "r I-3: ERE PAT rearmfor'Sl'SOand'79..I627s37emar .. Titnsiille and bib forth tiatke'Banib,

grasses will have taken the place Martin, \1. .. . Lot 8, in arrears for '81, 'SO, and '79 7 27s,37e 20, ... Touching at all intermediate
of The and then with Lot 5 mock B, Eau GaHic, in arrel.l' .. . . I landings,
AVircgrass" an THE for 'SI, '80 anal '79. . .. . 1627837 r . 1.86 i as follows:

abundance of wholesome food together Marshall, Cora T.. n put Domino Act :\ta Grant, Volusis .. . . . .. Leaves Titusville
with our equitable climate, the home of deals hook D,arretry'8180.t '79 38 2ih13.J3 500,00'32.16 Tuesdays and Fridays

the stock breeder and farmer will he in HEA QQUAR.tRS McIntosh, J 11. ... All Spanish: G'nt arrears'SI,'80 & '79 -13 20 3.1t17,50 .36 at 6 o'clock, a. m.

the Great Sunny South." A Nelson, Cl1:1... . part ::strip 20 Del'inc Grant necor 27 22.::! 3.x' 2,00 .26 Leaves Lake Worth and
correspon- Xewton,\1\. .. . w J flf s e 1, ill arrears '81, 'Sft amI '7112(, 26s:: 31e fiO,60 6.02 Wednesdays
dent of the Country Gentlemen)$: "The STORE Otwdl, W 11'. . Lot 1 sec. 30 and lots 2 and 3. . 1926" 37l' 11)3,56 5.86 Sundays, at'10 a. m ; the Rapidsat

''success of Eastern breeders, in the face of O-trcn, Bryant .. .\11 uf fractional :-\t'C.11\ anJ. . 12 23s,3-t, &JoOo 5.03 2 m.BSTPassage .
:climatic difficulties, speaks volumes in Parker, J no F1 J. n w lof s w :-cc. 2$, & n e 1 of s c 1 2G. 3-1c 7VS. ;81 p.

'favor of intelligent breeding but they Peterson, Matilda..a ..sw 1 of s w 1. . .. .. . "J 211' 3lc .10,00 . -:0-
TIT;.sVILLEJ FLORIDA.Thf.Oldc.t 11 W 1 of n w !, arrears '81, '80 and '79 21j 211 3-1t .. 4,02
'mast look well to their laurels, for the Pace, A J. .. .. .. n e l of s w 1. .... . . . . 3G 20 3-Je ,10,00, 9.88 or freight apply on board.
.same intelligence brought into requisition Pritchanl J S R \1 II Strip: or lot 21 eJe-pinc Gmut. .. ..2:2.13-J: 1 0Ul21.26 Staterooms, two berths,$1.--Single berths

I in a warmer climate, where green fond, Perham, E F. . Lot 1. . . . . . . 27s'37l' 2tJOO 2.01 50 cents, Meals 50 cents each.
; -p Pcrhmll, .A 1). . Part of sec 5 and. . .. . . .. 6 2.J" 36e 8,00 2.01Partcn.
so essential to the
highest developmentof .J P. .. .. 3 w 1 nfs w j. . .. .. ... 5 23Ot.; 3 ,98 1.00 Opened for the Season.
... the lacteal organs, can be grown the Richard, W' F. . Lots 3S-9-40-1 anti 2 Jo.n'nillc. 322s35: c .. .. 13.07
year round-will bring the wonderful lit- ltu.-.cIl, Ja A. . Lot 3, sec 21, lots 1, 2. 5, and G anti el. . . .. . JBc"A man who is interested: in his own

tle cow (the Jersey) to a state of general and Most Reliable Place of I ofscandiieI0fsw ROC 21 & ; a.ttOc 323,50 27.13
excellence : Robinson, S .\. .. c 1 of s w 1.. . . . . .12 26s O 40,00., .. welfare will be pleased. to know that
that has been
as yet, never re- n w of n w 1. . . .. . 7 2G.. 3le. 3t1,8i 1,90P.gcr. ANDREW GIBSON l

alized.Ve. B i: s IXESS -.. . .. of seIofneiarrears81SO&Ci923233.5ti: 20,00 .SO&If
\ might expand ad infiiiitmn, showing G ,\'. . . ...ii w 1-1 of s w 1-1. . .. .. . .. 20 tj- 1t -10,00 20.10 Keeps the finest oysters to be found in
how in a commercial and manufactu- Seymour, J J. .. .. w 1-8 ofn w 1-1 of:5 W 1-1. . 2821. 35v 5,00 26Sackett *
: F B. .. .. of s W 1-1 and lob 5 anti 6.. .. 12'.36e: 146,90 . TItUHVlllC,
ring sense, as well as in agricultural sense on Indian River, Dealing in .and lot 2.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 3-1 .l-37e 46I.( .. .
: our Sunny South Is soon to become a anti lot 1 lock A, TitUSyi1l<< . .. 22. 35t. .. 16.08 AND SERVED IX STYLE TO SUIT PATHOXS.

;giant. Our navigable streams are not Stringfcl10w Norwood&Tunicrsel4ofse1-4lotlne!oflle...3 21- 35c 10,00 2.01 -

abut, up by.the frost king for three or General [Merchandise Sanders, W' 1... .. .. Lot 1. .. .. . . . .. . . 3741( 3G)1); 1.6
four months he South Fin n R Co..Lots123&enwl-4&swl-lnwl.400,3l: I (, 241,62 4.8G Plain and Fancy Cake made to or er.Baler .
in and
the cannot
year, Studwcll, E A. . n e 1-1 ofn e 1-1.. .. .. . . .15 27 13rlt' 40,()( .40
compel us to pay tribute to him in the Tyler, U 1'. .. .. .. s e comer of s e 1-1 of n e 1-1. . 2u 21s13.'J 5CX1 .51 ,Bread always on land .
way of keeping up fires for six months in None but strictly jfst
the year in order that our factories may Tracey, Joll1l .. n e 1-1 of n e 1-1. .. .. . . 16271' 32t40,02 2.43
.. .. Lot'h: ) r':7 00
be comfortable for those there- l n known, 'l' Sic iJ., 2.52Varnum AUBIVALS & DEl'AKTUUES OF MAILS.
employed bought and sold at this Stand. Nancy E. Lot 15, block.\,Eau Gallie,in arrcan . .. From Enterprise to Titnsville.
: in. Albeit our soil may be thin and arid (or '81, '80:md '79.. . .. ... ..l627s37c .... .3G Leave Enterprise Monday Wednesday and '
in some localities, yet with due care none Viol, C W. .. .. .. w 1-1 of s w 1-1,arrears'81, '80& '7U17 24s.3-le., 40,00, 2,4.211'righl Friday Arrive at 3 at a.Tituavllle D1.

,are non-productive. When all these facts Emtna M. ...U e 1-1 ofsV 1-1. . .. .. . ...:!o 26 5 31e 40,00 6.70 and Friday at 9 n. m. Monday Wednesday
become o WlI( lmmi('e e-t.1.te of Lot 4 Block 7, Titus'.iUe. .. .. .. .. 3223.Jc; 2.01 Ltavu Tit svillo Tuesday Thursday and
generally known the develop- ... .. .. Saturday at 5 a.m.
Welch, 8\[. n 1 acre stri#", etCt'ptinb2acr its n c .. Arrive at Enterprise
=.meat of our beautiful,fruitful and healthful comer of strip 20. Dcll pine
country in all things that make a Willis, Richard A... part of Inv 1:1 of n e 1-1. . . 4 ;:: 36e 3.3311.41 From Daytona to Titnsville.
country great is no longer a problem to Remember A Dollar will buy exactli r, Wescott, L 1'. . .. n c 1-1 of n w 1-4..a . . . 3tt 3.W. .. Leave Titusville ,
,be solved and lots 1 and 3. .. .. .. . .. 161-0- 3ue S.21 3.01 and Fridays at 3 a.m.Mondays Wednesdays,
but The Cotton
a certainty. Wise, AndrcW' . n e 1-1 of n c 1-1. . . . . 3311i 3c' . .. Arrive at Daytona Tuesdays Thursdays,
;i Exposition at Atlanta opened the eyes of $1.00 wtJrth.Establblacd and fractional is e 1-1 of n e 1-1. .. .331, . .. and Leave Saturdays Daytona at,9 Mondays p.m. Wednesdays and
j.thousands and the forthcoming one at and n w 1-1 of n w 1-1. . . .. :;'813.t" 119W 6.01 Friday at 5 a. m.

Louisville, Kentucky, is destined to perform W:ecott, Leo P. . n e 1-1 ofi\ 1.1.. .. . ':. .. .. -1 ;' 132 : 5Y-16 1.00 and Arrive Saturdays at Tit at 9 rl11e.m.Tuesdays: Thursday,
IlllS 3. Willard, Be sie. . I..otI Block 52, Eau Galie..1t! 7s137e: . .09 p.
the while !
same for thousands more Williams, F D.. .. .. Lot 6Illock 94, Eau GaJIc. . .. .09 From Titnsville toan Gallic.
the.frost king, in his annual visit NorthEast Williams! "lll E. ... Lot "llJock 93, Eau GaJIlc. . .. .. .. .00 Leave Titnsville :rue 1nY and Friday at

and West is just the fellow to supplement orders to Yates, Xt'e lwn. .. .. \V! of 11 e 1-1, arrears for'81, '80 & .16.737e.. 70.-11 3.23 5 a.Arrive m. at Eau Gallic Tuesday and Friday

these movements year after year Address Segui, B.... . .. Sl'\ni G'nt, All, arrears 81, 80.x 3435: S1141x+; at 6 p.in.Lcavo.
Spani-h Gift, All, arrears 81, 81)& 390,9t3, 6.72 Eau Gallic Wednesday Saturdayat6a.m. -
until those who think the Great South a .
parishG.nt,111arnars81,80&79442. ;' ,33C 1 ,;; 8.72 Arrive at TitusviUe Wednesday and Saturday -
: ,'. myth will behold, with half-an-eye, a The Headquarters Store ,ll.'Wkh arrears : .w0s13.3C I 330,15 26.52 at 7 p.m.
,- in intellect, in agriculture, in man Titusville, Fla: l r.1IM BEST. !fo cation.
:.,, ...* ctores and in commerce. -- --- -- tErXOTE. Parties that have rail and huM their receipts are marked uP' after PAYS DNSL' Used with ai>rrta.p pre.n&>rin rk.
tear snytabne.hp
.,.>. ';""' c. NAVAL A.orc a'I.-ytoJrrx BATTLES.oiew the name of the owner. BeciT dC a-<
Ravages by cotton worm and the rapid t"K.'I&l.:..;.>ry....tAe O"eat Sea fiChloi ;e D. W' McqUAIG, *V nniallirnl.. lploEat.ab --. ''
&Cd rap6u .
rise U S.N. Addrns1.C.r.s..o."lWT i N K d00d'i..r. Bold by aU
"j:;ii -v.;.Alexandria.of the Nile cause great anxiety at web. Ill.Medtul SCo Dwortor.tr-Qesma SUlI'U.M.St..F:U 1CtaP5. Titus\'ille, Fl3., August 9.] Collector pf Revenue for Bre\"ard Co. iiIUJIt&UQAen..1ICW'AI\'.

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'!ri*<'THE: LOTELF.., ',I died, of.tonne ttwamV.nisfmnlt; ; A Aq lculturaJ.i The Latest, Economy of th.e Hout p '
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sudden thought flashed:upon Gynblaney. -- _

UaeNW 1'1aeea two brothers,twin .' If.he could,only.maul :Miss Charcoal bighlyrecommended* as a UNIQUE:conceits BRIDAL ( ROBES.illustrated-Some in BREAD STEAKs.Zidd a latt3e'rypepper
-, .. who,mvlik- *young- plant* in Buckthorne. now/ preventive of disease among sheep, and charming salt and spice to an:egg? ;
dresses which are far more ,
wedding beat
To youth: bat on*died and&he other one In two days-or less, he would be. a in an English pamphlet the following attractive than the regulation marriage together. ,Cut some aUc -r
Xivia*fell lower 0ray day in tin, widower, and the lawful possesorof shin recipe for its use appears: The charcoal bread of even size and shape,lld .;

Betnyiof, fab own heart jet kept therein wife's fortune. Here was an opportunity should be given mixed with the garments, with their everlasting orange light brown in butter or oil. TV.*?*.
Wkea an thing,.!. war lost and he blossoms. ..q '
indeed IBubting __. food, except hi urgent cases, when it paper, pile on a sash, and"tomato serre' ;
Lott"oftbt ',.dead'' tronf. aid nnstain'd. his eyes with his handkerchief may be mixed in water or thin gruel, Most exquisite is a dress for a lovely sauce. -', "'
"alone: a" -. blonde bride in silver white satin with
this*avaH'd of pitying god to win until they watered and looked and given as a drench. The dose is 1 pintto RICE CmcKEN PIE.-COva.

Thishich ,JBiteae-like to pan the gate. red from the 'force .of the friction, he every 25 head of sheep or lambs. One- the plain front perpendicularly trimmed tom of a pudding-dish --1
Living;of Death,and in the fields of Hell with graduated bands of net, embroid- with aUeea .
And gross to nether Juno consecrate gave the band In his another'and more quarter pint per head for full-grown broiled ham ; cut= up a boU thk j;
ered in wild with beads
To meet the luckleM shade of the boy:but he tender pressure. cattle, horses or pigs ; half the quantity roses, crystal and nearly fill the dish add' ,
Tnrn'd Us pale fact away in loathing.. cattle and two the golden hearts being formed of am- ;' ? _
for teaspoonfulsto onions
'welUv "Dear Harriet, he whispered softly, i. young if you like, or a diode
ber beads. The is in folds ;
Xven to it ii.with ay old self and me. between his sobs, ''how-how-cruel one dessertspoonful for young calves.It drapery over powder, which is better.
the and forms train above the hem Then *
hips :
that-that we -should be parted has been discovered that potash for ; boiled rice to fill all interstices .
in i front and about border of train at Q4 t
How Him. I thus !" potatoes does little good unless applied cover the top.thick. Bake it
She for
irregular intervals are placed of GIlt;
: "Cruel-indeed 1" she answered. sprays half '
early and thoroughly mixed with the or three-quarters of an hourT
"I have long cherished the purpose," soil. This may indicate either that the golden-hearted wild white roses, with
Harriet Buckthorn had survived MOCK
buds and leaves, and the l;>ings of the CREAM TOAST.-Melt
considerable period whatever of femi he went on hurriedly, mastering his plant needs the potash in its earlier of oi
ft over-drapery are secured beneath larger quart morning's milk
emotion with an effort "of asking of that the alkali about fib
stages growth or serves
ntne'charina and she might have of
graces ounces butter
of the same flowers. a lame
you to be mine. Diffidence alene reother in food sprays teaspoonfalrf
developing plant
1 once possessed, when ft handsome flour freed from
The pointed which is laced lumps and J
, ,
corsage the
But if will yolh
down her if from me. you even now in the soil, which requires a longer time.
dropped upon as consent"Doyoufeelthatitwoul" in the back, has about its lower edge a three eggs beaten light. Beat the
It is probable that crude potash is rarely eJa'
cloudl.' Had the riches
I the come a
band of the together for
crystal and amber bead em- several
or never used food. As it ab minltll.
as plant
score of jean sooner there is no telling strain the
broidery in smaller wild roses than those cream through
-be-a comfort-to a fine"i
what have been. Harriet's at- you-Top-Top- sorbs notrogen and becomes a nitrate of .
might I the rent width of the sieve, and when wanted '
ham dea-" decorating beat in ;
potash its virtues become available for -.
tractions had never been so to speak
stantly with brisk
Frills of handsome a
dllftlh, The cough would not allow her to plant nutrition. Brussels lace finish movement
<<. finish. neck and sleeves, with wreaths of small Biz A LA TOMATE. Boil half
But twenty yean have great potencyin Fattening horses is well understood apoaaj
"It would I-it I" artificial wild roses below the lace at of rice with one
he small
ex very
turning dimples into wrinkles and by jockeys, and may well be studied by onion chop;
claimed with burst of the throat and above on the sleeves. A ped fined ; when done
a well-feigned and
lines of beauty into crow' feet. And farmers who have horses to sell. A I nearly drj
garland of roses buds and leaves is stir in two
many an adventurous Calebs who might feeling. horse well fed and kept steadily at work tablespoonfuls of Irate4
"To call mine but for an hour secured on the left shoulder and is passed cheese, three of nice tomato
have ,found Hiss Buckthorn a match gain slowly and his flesh will be sauce,oDe

not unacceptable, with such a fortune, though I lost you the next would solid and enduring. This is best for diagonally across the corsage front and teaspoonful of chopped parsley,ate*

at twenty-five, passed her by at five and for ever link my soul to a precious the buyer, and has the advantage for the allowed to full in a cluster of sprays spoonf of sweet herbs, a little cayenne
over the edge of the waist below the and salt
which-which- and
memory pepper a large
forty, sand from the sin of covetousness seller that the horse earns his keeping tablespoon
Mr. Gynblaney was on the point : right hand. The Brussels net veil of the best fresh butter. Form
by the reflection that she and her while being put into condition. The into a
of ending his flight in an inglorious reaches the edge of train and is secured mound and serve very hot. -
jockey method is fejed
money were ,inseparable conjuncts. floP-I' to oil-meal, exercise -
on the head beneath the wreath of wild
down when Harriet
Even Topham Gynblaney, the daily came to little or not at all, and make a TRENCH BEANS A LA PouLErri-:
roses. The gloves of white kid
problem ef whose life was to keep ad rescue. glossy coat, which will soon become Choose some young and tender
stockings silk and shoes of the dress .
justed the balance between a very moderate It-shall-be-as-you-please- rough and staring when the horse is put material. beans and remove all fibres by breakinr
income and quite expensive tastes, dear, she sighed. at hard work. off the ends ; wash, and boil inbo
"So time is to be lost I" he cried, A perfectly superb toilet had the %!
and who looked
thrifty marriageas water when
All kinds of fowls are natives of warm ; done toss them in melted
the of human wishes after springing up. trained skirt of embossed velvet in
I goal a or semi-tropical climates. However I butter seasoned with chopped chins
"Let us apply for a special license !I" floral effects, the heart of each dower
few visits of reconnoissance to Harriet, and
parsley stir in
I long they have been domesticated they ; a little flour
Just then the doctor and the nurse being embroidered in clear diamond-
which left him in little doubt that he j retain their liking for warm weather, or pipch of salt and some stock; reduce the

had but to say the word to receive a returned, and Mr. Gynblaney departed at least warm quarters in cold weather. cut beads. The edge of .skirt was finished sauce, thicken with yolks of :
left the word In a- few hours he returned with the with fine side pleat ings of satin eggs,
gracious answer un
In the flavor with a few
winter season they will do betterin drops of lemon and
spoken. license, the minister was summoned anda headed by a flounce of Brussels lace. ,
close houses even with little ventilation serve.
Mr. Gynblneay's visits had ceased for few minutes sufficed to make Top- The bodice consisted of a white satin
rather than exposed to severe SARDINE TOAST.-Divide
ham and Harriet some sardines -
some weeks, when a message came one Gynblaney Buck waist, over which was worn a jersey
weather. When a young chick will rest lengthwise, removing skin tone
thorne one. jacket knitted .
day that Miss Buckthorn was quite ill- or corsage in diamond
had fallen into a decline, in fact-and A tinge, which might have passed fora under its mother's wing in a summer's figures, the point of each figure being and tails ; add a little of the on from
night at a temperature of 100 or more the tin and put into the
blush oven between
had been given up by Dr. Croke. She. twenty years ago, overspreadthe tipped with one of the clear-cut beads.

-, desired to see Mr. Gynblaney such bride's 'countenance. For somemoments there is little danger of smothering un The effect of this robe was most brilliant two plates, letting them get quite hot

she lay like entranced old fowl in winter in a tight house. for the Take some thin strips of bread, the
other friends as might wish to bid her one prismatic beads radiated
with happiness. Economizing Labor and Space. exact lent h of, the sardines try
_farewell ere she started on that journey with every movement of the wearer i in ,
whence there is no return. Of course "Toppy, dear," she said, when theywere There are few people who are more gas or electric light. The rich lace veil them in butter, put half a sardine on

there was no refusing such a request. again alone, I feel as if I could generally economical than the Germans, was secured by diamond pins and din each slice, sprinkle on cayenne pepper

Decorously clad in solemn black, and eat something; they've kept me on and an instance of their ability to make mond necklace and earrings perfectedthe and salt and a squeeze of lemon juice, 4

with a face put on to match, Topham gruel until I'm nearly i-tarved." much out of a little has recently come magnificent toilet. The combination and serve very hot.

Gynblaney presented himself at the in "What would you like, dearest?" under my notice which seems worthy of I costumes in brocades, velvets and VEAL CUTLETS.-Put a piece of butter -

valid's door. "Some tea and toast, and chops- and attention. I flushes with rich Plain silks and satins into a stewpan with a small sprig of

How is she, doctor?" he inquired boiled eggs, and-" One of my friends has her garden are now very fashionable for bridal chopped parsley; stir over the fire

gravely, of a dried-up little man, who "Good gracious!I" exclaimed the doc- worked on shares by a German. Earlyin purposes. These fabrics are not alwaysin until very. hot ; then pour over ',

met him at the threshold with a count- tor, entering in'time to catch a portionof the spring he put out a quantity of white, pale tints being in favor. cupful of white sauce-the yolks of

enance in which was lined a whole the list, "do you wish to commit cabbage plants, giving a little more PRETTY EVENING Dr.EssF.s.-A three or four eggs well beaten. Stir

homily on the vanity of hope. suicide?" space between the roots than is usually most becoming dress for a brunette can constantly until as thick as cream,

"Sinking rapidily," Dr. Croke re "What hurt can it do ?" she an- allowed. The cabbages were easily be made after a foreign model, of pink but do not let it boil. Dip each cutlet

plied. -"Those Who wish to see her swered. "You have already told me worked with a horse. Later, when the Bengaline, with its short skirt covered into it covering it thickly with thetsauce

alive have no.time to spare." there is no hope." time for setting celery plants had come with alternating flounces of white lace and again set away to cool Then

"There is no chance for her, then?" "I think we might as well gratify he planted double rows of celery betweenthe and white gauze, embroidered with egg and bread-crumb them. Fry

"Not the slightest. Constitution her," her husband added. cabbage. The celery rows are not white silk. The paniers are of pink lightly.

And finding himself outvoted the over eight inches apart, and in the
.gone-nervous system shattered-lungs same Bengaline, with a pink satin sask bowon Swiss MEAT OlELETs.--Agoodny
doctor held his hands in horrified trench, so that when banked
up not more the puff at the back.
collapsed-no recuperative force-no The high to use cold meat is to chop it fine with
it protest. than half the work will be required to bodice is laced in the back
; pink roses
raisins, nutmeg, salt lemon and juice;
The repast was brought in, and received prepare them for bleaching that wouldbe are worn-also
"How long do you think she'll last?" pink silk stockings and and add one egg, one tablespoonful of
interrupted Topham ample justice. Next morning necessary if the plants were set in the pink satin shoes.
anxiously. sugar, cloves. The above mixture is
Eight-and-forty hours at the furthest Mrs. Gynblaney was up by time, packing usual way. The cabbages are nearly An entirely novel evening toilette the middle of the omelets. Three
her trunks for an elaborate wed- ready for use, and will soon leave the I has the short skirt of emone
; more likely less than half of it. satin,pleatedat pint of milk two teacups of flour
ding tour, from which her husband and celery in full possession of the soil. the lower ,
Would edge and
you like to see her? asked the the doctor strove in vain trimmed up the make the batter thin. Fry it in a little
doctor. to dissuadeher. Every part of this garden is ultilized. entire front with puffs of a plain lard in
of meat
It would be hard put a spoonful chopped
. "I tailed for that purpose! ," returned them was most amazed. Both which of I When the early potatoes were ripe they sheer lilac fabric. The back is formedof the centre, and fold the fried batter

the other. werefirmy were dug aud turnips were sown on the embroidered gauze, in large polka around it once.

"Letmeapprize-herof your presence," convinced that the age of miracles land. Vacant spaces in other parts of dots, arranged in a deep puff, with the

said the doctor. was not yet passed, unless, as the the carden have been filled,with super- fullness forming a deep overskirt MARHALADEFRITTERS.-1>read two
In her present state any sudden sur disconsolate Gynblaney half suspected, fluous plants from the beet bed. reaching to the skirt .pleating. TLe lines thick of peach marmalade on two-
he had been made the victim of a cun- waist is inch round cuts of wafer bread, lay
prise might prove fatal. Where space is somewhat limited it of purple velvet, trimmed
ning plot. Ten years have passed and other cuts of the same size over, press
After a brief absence the doctor re richly repays the labor to fill the'ground across the front in festoons with tasseled -
turned. i Gynblaney has still the old problem to ends. gently with the hand and smooth the
and keep something growing Square-cut neck, short sleeves
puzzle over for Mrs. everywhere.The edges in flour batter first addingto
; Gynblaney holds ; a (
_"This way, he said, leading the ground will need thorough fertil- finished with lace frills and red
visitor to the sick-room. her own purse-strings, and insists on lization when it is cropped so presistently roses. the batter some whites ot eggs,beaten
"Toppy's," living on his own income. Flowers to a froth), fry slightly brown in hot
Mr. Gynblaney was shocked at the ; and when one does not keep a pig are much used as evening
spectacle that met him. His heart, we to eat up the refuse from vegetables dresses. Garlands of flowers reach from ; lard,drain on a cloth, besprinkle with

have hinted was pretty But The Merry Side. the left shoulder to the powdered sugar, dish up on a folded
tough. dishwater, etc., it is a good plan to point of bodice,

tough as it was, it was touched at the "Why were you-not at church last have a compost heap where such articles and often is carried round the figure, napkin and serve.

sight of that pale, emaciated face- Sunday, Clara ?" asked Amelia. "I may be turned to account. All over one hip and down to the bottom of BEEF STEW.-To make an appetizingbeef

enough of itself to dispel all doubt of couldn't didn't have the weeds (which should never be al- the skirt at the side. On short dresses stew take out the bone and bind the

the truth of the doctor's predictions."Thisisverykindof wear. I shall go; go next Sunday anything if my to owed to riped seed) from the garden, for dancing, garlands are placed over pieces of beef tighly, putting a,lemon,

you, ToMr. P sack is done" "Oh sack-religio fine chips, if wood is used, roots and the hems. Favored flowers are wild pared and cut in two, and some herbs ia

Gynblaney, I mean," the sick thing !" you fine brush, leaves and clippings from roses, daisies, heart's-ease, lilies and before binding. Place it in as small a

lady murmured, a spasmodic ceugh A young man, while out hunting for the lawn should go into the compost vine leaves, such as grapes and small- stewpan or kettle as will allow of its

interrupting her words. Mr. Gynblaneytook his father's pig, accosted an Irishman as I heap. These, with an occasional sprinkling leafed vines. being covered with water. Let it cook

the chair placed for him at the follows: "Have you seen a stray pig of dry earth to prevent unpleasant I slowly and gently; do not add any water

bedside, and clasping in his own thethin abut here ?" Pat responded : "Faix odors, will absorb the slops from the At a recent meeting of the Leeds and' : unless absolutely necessary. Slice a

hand extended to welcome him, how could I tell a stray pig from another F house, and prove a valuable fertilizer at West Riding Medico-Chirurgical Society large onion and fry it brown,and add to

returned its trembling pressure. ?" slight 'expense. The compost heap Mr. Margeton, of Dewsberry, ex- the water also any sliced vegetables yon

The doctor and the nurse .retired to "There are two things," remarked a should be turned over once or twice hibited an incandescent electric lamp, choose, or cook the vegetables in kettle-

prepare a posset Apr the patient, leav- shrewd old lady, "which no matter how during the season to insure decomposition designed by himself and used by himself by themselves and serve on the platter

ng the latter and Mr. Gynblaney alone you look, the world will never disputeyou and it should not be placed too since October last in examining the with the beef. If you do not add any

"I trust you will be better soon," on. One is putting your age up high, near the house. mouth and throat. The globe was water you will have a very rich gravy

said Mr. Gynblacey' with well meanthypocrisy. and the other is setting your capacity Bones, old boots and shoes, broken about half the size of a walnut. It can and a portion of it may be reserved for

down low." utensils and the like should be burned, be held in the mouth for two minutes soup stock.

"That-is-past-hoping-for," was A wag who thought to have a jokeat and their ashes spread around the peach without discomfort from the heat. &

the scarcely audible answer. the expense of an Irish provision trees. Should there be a clay spot in .

"DoctorCrokebagtoldme- dealer, said : ('Can you supply me the garden, that is the place for the fire. "Mr. Isaacs, can you tole Mechanics who desire to produce steel a

the-worst." with a yard of pork ?" "Pat," said Coal ashes seem to be of no use exceptfor the flrstdiamond ?" No me vere va deep brilliant black upon iron or
Dr. Croke, we may remark, always the dealer, to his assistant, "will ye be garden walks and carriage drives; vere vas it ?" "Vy Yawcobs ; may try the following recipe : Apply

told his patients the worst. If they got afther givin' the gentleman three pigs' but wood ashes benefit almost any kind der ark-; he vas a Shun son on with a fine hair brush a mixture of turpentine

veil, the more credit to him. If they I feet ?" of vegetation. water." of der lust and sulphur which bad bee

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ifte 1Iab1 all nothing wrong in going to a Yes-heabald0Jjeil1ler. \SbtI WIIMIt.'weep1D&'t !! t6 .t''m I
Jl149'e&i''t.i.Z : (1 r- the; calyxes ,,of;' electrunv, Thaalone ,
i 'q ,lssass : Studio, especially if it be swept and wid. 1V tJ >
1il s" :-_ ej of free distinction 'off color'is' 'observed
.w a'n' f wmeh.,.. .."" that'sR .. garnished." imagine that abe l has been deserted.by. Ambassador ,
PliDce..Beustness; between the -'
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fr.j tJhce iQnelesJonatban\ j." "Singleton went away, and speedily him: that 'hH"J-ret in d to"her .
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botber forgot all about a comic: operettai'which : and also in re >'e8entini the birdsin -'
You needn't '
long! matter. he poisoned'arrow
Cissy of
'.ornate Z.oor remembered. wounded.'b1rt had '
been interest '
J. a'topic of
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too lonc-fora m&D. 'color 'of the' blood
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among it
their.Bounds is discrfmirrated
{:1J. Dj' withlael bairTR'Jaa'aliena. : I _,The next morning Cissy started for heal the wound: 'lRnJ.hetheaituation."
t\ = ..IID'.lCehairu led.j Holland Park Road,intent apoaviewing "I am afraid that I cannot realize all ? operetta is, ealled'.Ten. .Girsando J, .' from color iot their feathers., .
II a nreet.verbena? ...' ,- N Husband.." 'Both e Further
;; 1 Qi.'JII.I"Jlfow'don't pI'I 7 ; be tool .br Fred.' a .new phase of existence.* 'She took that at once;'!'said Cindy, settling'.herself words and.DI; i ,variety obtained:, by the use' > .
..!: are by Viennese autiiors4 Afrthertiten ai of enamel '.
ti Bollo : .in. portions _of 'the back
f. lootiaR creaturet I with her-an enormous tawny mas- as comfortably' as she could; "I "
fib that dried-tip j girlsteho are all and'vvhgsetalents .
pretty; ground. the description of the
: plow
i, fired Smith. I think you are a brute 1 1 > 1 ,'whose head was serenely unconscious never did think Paris'.worth, crying hive
.'tiI hy, very feature-; of the mischief about. .. been,- carefaljy. developed'inevery : :ing on the shield of, Achilles the poet
v wrought by his tail _
Tsar know me t>y that summer. suitWall among Cissy's dainty brie-a brat. Darrell got rid of'the former face,and possible .direction'- so that they, says that the 'furrow behind.theplowan
,,1 if1 ; ., ', are even prepai'ed't turn1 soldier|if 'm was black as plowed land &
rerepentant.inner ,
: ,the Bollo was of opinion that all bricabracshould sketched in the new one. He was a ,
7-- n .Ill ptrdon you;now please,please quit. need be. The part of the father Was although being of' gold. Probably to
'r :-Jones will notice'us at dinner be made of tin,cast iron or other young artist of great genius, and really
*- had '---1_' 41....". '" played,, by Prince Lichtenstein. The produce a change ,of color a dark enamel
i -
".' AJaaJlJ v'rThey'ye a .IWNI solid metals, and testified his joy at anxious of proving so tqJhe Worl It
daughters:;were impersonated'by the such as that found, in the -scabbards -
;!{' -, f-- being freed from the dangerous vicinityof was an exceptional face which_ the'endeavoredtocopy. :
< >- Princesses Anersperg and Kinsky, the was combined, with the
eggshell china with many a bark and I gold.
of Mr. Singleton's Model.Ifbe&CiflByDenzilcame !. gambol.< At the end ot two hours Rollo leisurelygot young Princess Metternich, the'Baro Homer therefore, so far from inventing
. .
;.;:'t:.: .--- Without misadventure this modern off the Smyrna carpet'and yawned.) ness Rothschild, and'six more young the shield of Archilles, out ,of his

4's; of age (she ,Una .and her lion reached Singleton's "He wants his lunch," said Cissy. ladies of equal rank.. -The Princess imagination was formerly contend i

"'f-: orphan), she determined that Pauline Metternich had undertakenthe ed, derived details.'both of sub"
msan studio, Cissy's fair face glowing withhealth "Oh, very good, said Darrell, _help- many
'..t'': Ibe' ,would indulge.her.own'' caprices' and beauty, and Rollo much excited lessly. "That's in the compact, is it part of a pert chambermaid, who ject and technical. execution from

:. to the' 'fullest extent : She sent : by many a fruitless ,chase after not?" mimics the drolleries of her master and words of, art which, he' had [actually:

far:' her .'aunt, an inoffensive old I ca which would slip\ between rail "Yes. r"What mistress. There was" a round of enthusiastic -; .seen. and which inspired him ,with the

j dj of ,sixty;. chaperone her, and ings when he had nearly reached does he generally have ?" applause when the ten conception of what a work by the I god

rented a hOuse ,in :Bryanston Square, them. "Biscuits," sententiously. high-born ladies appeared in the uni- Hephaestos himself might have' 1 een. "

the sake 'of the commanding form of an old Vienna crack regiment: So again in to t choice of
.. not for Cissy and Rollo entered the studio. "But I haven't any.!' regard, ,
,situ,: but because it was a dull .There was no one there. "Then you must buy some." and performed military,evolutions at the, subjects on these scabbards and

neighborhood, respectably fashionableand ,Singleton's studio (he shared\ it in "Cool, for a model," thought Darrell, command of their droll father, while .throughout the Mycenxan" antiquities,.

calculated to exercise a soporific common with 'Hugh Darrell, a young but he hastened to get his hat. the chambermaid was beating the drum. they proved that when'Hesiod' describes '
lively imagination. The out There is a scene in which each girl the crown of' ''Pandora, 'ornamented
effect on her fellow-artist, though Cissy knew not As he was going she stopped him. -
agent 'declared the house to be thor- the fact) was a lofty room, some thirtyfeet "My eighteenpence," she said, holds her special talent, which is different with "all manner of,creatures su bas .
well-drained and upholstered in each of the ten: Thus the Baroness the sea and land breed he borrowed '
oughly square. It was hung round with out a small, white hand. .
and, as it.happened to please her, in less the usual artistic properties; bits of old'oak "Are you afraid that I shall not pay Rothschlid recited a comic monoLogue these ornaments from the art of his ,

than aVeek she was as much at home occupied the corners,suit of armor you ?" he angrily asked. the Countess Wilzeh sang a own time. '
if she had lived in town all her "You comic air, and the young Princess -
there as, peeped from underneath the glowinghues might not come back, she '1 Vine
Metterinch danced a cazardas, the Grafting.
life. of a Smyrna carpet, and at the answered. i
,Cissy Denzil undoubtedly possessed a urther end o f the room was a dais of He gave her eighteen pence and went national dance of the Hungarians. The' planting-and.grafting of-grapevines .

in-ding empty egg-boxes,evidently intended for round the corner to the baker's for -- this 'year"In1"the1- "northern. The Mexican "
biscuits. he returned she had Presidency of marked by a"
> the models. There was one small pictureon When ,- yards Califprnials universal -'
her aunt's side.' 'No sooner had Miss an easel, with the face slightly disappeared; dog and all. No token of The Constitution of the. Mexican. Re.public demand for noted and rare for ,
Webster, ,recovered from one moral sketched in representing a forlorn- her presence .remained, but one ex- was adopted in 1857, during the sign,varieties. : .

ahower-batti than she received another. looking damsel going through a pensive little glove on the egg-boxes, Presidency of Comonfort. In most Many of the oldest arid bestvineyards'*

How,Hiss Webster did not like shower- wood. and a lovely, mournful face peeping out respects it is copied from that of the in Sacramento, Napa, San'Joaquiri-*&d *

baths; they gave her cold and inter- "Make yourself at home, Rollo," saidCissy from the canvas. United States.' The President !elected Santa"Clara counties are extensively

rupted her in the pursuit of the whole'duty ; "some one is sure to come pre lIe took up the little glove, curiously, for a term of four years by the Congress.The grafting: on the old stocks, 'using ,the;

of woman, which was, in her case,* !. sently. and put it into his pocket ] Congress has its Senate and Houseof finest and most'valuable'cuttings procurable ;,

to eat'drink; and dress well, to go to Rollo did soon the unarmored part "Aunty, dear," ,saidCissy, gravely, Representatives. The Senate is composed from French, Spanish;and,German -

church: :regularly, and to awaken Cissyto of the Smyrna carpet. that evening. "My imagination is of ,two members from each State, vineyards. Different varieties., do.

a sense of her many shortcomings., "What the deuse is that dog- quieted at last. have had an adventure elected, not like the Representatives, by not flourish,equally in .the same soil.

I Bat Cissy merrily refused to be ''I beg your pardon," said Darrell, which might have proved a very serious popular vote but by the {state Legislature after ascertaining whether vineyard is

roused.' 1 She was not at all overwhelmed' entering the studio suddenly. one, only the man was a gentleman as ours are. The Representatives 'best adapted to raisin or table.grapes, .-

by her iniquities: "I do like to see *;He .is my dog," demurely said My visit to the artistic world has must be 25; years, the Senators 30 yearsof specialty should be made pjt these yarie-:

. things 'for myself," she would say. Cissy. "Is not Mr. Singleton coming earned me-eighteenpence." age. Every Senator and Representative ties. Until this subject is studied with

."What is the use of living if I am to be to-day?" Darrell took the sketch home and gets a salary of $2000 a year. The more care and laborthan.tt.has"'Yet"re-. ;

always wrapped up in cotton wool, "No; he has been called away I' painted with feverish ardor. For some Congress must meet every year. In ceived, our grape-growers cannot ktiowr'-i'

taken out for an airing, and then to the country. If it is not a rude reason, unaccountable to himself even, the vacations of: Congress a Council'bft the,full Capacitiesoti'ourvariedzsoils: ,

brought back again like those impossible question, may I askTho you he never mentioned the matter to Sin-
dolls which children buy in the are?" I. gleton. (Enone.was. worked at from 'of the ,President 'of. the Senate some consisting of:'only a' few..acres; ,.

Lowther':Arcade ? How can I live my "Certainly; I am Mr. Singleton's o- : morning until night. He sent it to the and one-lialf of the Senators. The having attained their world wide cele?,

life if I do not know what existence del" Academy, where it was accepted, andbung
:'really is like? Owing to my ignoranceof "Then allow me to point out to you, : in a very good place. The young
the world, I shall make some dread- in the politest possible manner in the : artist received a dozen offers for it in"as should become President of the republicin the effect changing at a distanceof

ful mistakes: and then it will be all your world, that it is not usual for thedogs many days. lIe declined to part withthe j in case of the death, removal or disabil- a few rods., It ''would'.be'wise for'

,fault, aunty., Will: it not, Mr Single- -when they have dogs-of young I. picture ; it was not for sale, he said, j ity of the President elected by the Con- vineyardists to exercise judgment in: ,

'ton 1" persons who act as models to but he would gladly execute commis- j gress before the expiration of his term. improving as far as possible n the tone, t'\

Mr: 'Singleton was an artist who repose upon a valuable carpet like sions.It It was by this plan of succession that flavor, quality and richness of present .'

readily commanded' a high price for hispictures. that." chanced one day that he,took Sin Juarez became President. He ,was the bearing vines before'planting new' .ones.

He was an old man, and had "Take him off, then," said Cissy gleton to see the (Enone, explaining as. Chief Justice when Comonfort:was, assassinated Santa Barbara Press.. .
known Denzil from her childhood.To he did so the reason for his reticence .'-
Cissy irritated at being called "a young per by the church party; and,at

him she,was wont' to appeal whenHIs son," and making a sign to Rollo not to "Something tells' :.me," he said' earnestly the expiration of the term for ,which.! SirawasFueH.

: ;Webster became plaintiff. Cissy mwe. "that I.shall.meet that girl again., Comonfort had been elected, Juarez .

amused him ; he abetted her vagaries, Darrell approached Rollo, and She was as sweet_and true as my own re-elected to the Presidency. His sec west-l, In Russia, Wallachia.; and many,;

-I'Ovided---that___ _>IA_ _saw n thov___ ware..__ _harm_ measured his lencth on the floor. sisters. It may seem folly and madnessto ond term expiring in 1865, when the\ other districts'straw"ts'so' abundant v.
leas. Singleton,'but her face hauntsme. a'I corn being so largely grown, that it is as
"You see, I am afraid that he will you, French had possession of the country, '
"I did not know that you had such a not stir," said Cissey. I shall never forget her." he was again re-elected. Twenty years perfect drug in the market. and has 'to-..

taste for realism," he replied.. "Evidently Darrell dusted himself in silence.' "I cannot think of any model of that t of experience has convinced the Mexican be burnt in large stacks, merely, to get.
Miss'Webswr sort but I know this face said Singleton rid of it. There are now engines made,,

will have a bad There was a perplexed look on his face. Congress that the plan of succession
tone of it, unless we can cure you." No ordinary model would behave so. "I as they halted before the picture. from the head of the Judiciary to the more particularly the'portable' steam-

"Poor aunty!1" said the girl,crossingthe ought to order you out of the studio," "I knew it when the girl was a little.creature head of the Executive Department does engines used largely for, farming purposes -

room, and 'kneeling caressingly at he said, "only the fact is, my model has of four, and am not likely to not work well. It involves the Judiciary which are so arranged.that straw-

the old lady's feet. "I am sure that I disappointed me, and I was looking for forget her now. Where did you see her, in politics more than is consistent can be used as fuel for generating steam,.
shall come day give fit." Darrell ? You have caught the likeness with without the employment either wood:
you a another when you came in. a proper regard for the sanctity of ,
or coal. The that is
"If you,want to get a little insight "Shall I do?" asked Cissy, very much marvelously. the Supreme Court. And now changeof arrangement found' :
into what human is "(Enone seeking Paris," read out a most is the 1glnt.oD.Head andSchemioth's
nature really amused, and picturing to herself Miss the Constitution is announced, pro
aid Singleton, jokingly, "come to my Webster's face when she should hear of clear sweet voice behind them.U I viding for a simpler., surer and better ,patent-constructed by

study any morning and study the Iris adventure. What are your wonder how I shall look, Aunty ? That mode of succession. It is this : If the Messrs. Ransomes Head & Jefferies,.

models. Put on a plain dress and bon- terms?" in her most business like man escapade seems to have had a more last President dies or is removed his sue Ipswich-in which the straw.is automatically

net, and get there early. Ten o'clock ing result than you imagined." cessor shall be that Senator who presided fed into the furnace by means-
'IiIl be ner."Ninepence Singleton turned round. "How do of toothed rollers, very similar in actionto
soon enough. You can easily an hour. over the Senate during the month
reach Holland Park Road from here. "I think that is rather mean. Mr. you do, Cissy? Permit me, Miss Webster next preceding such death er removal. achaffcuttingmachine.'Toenableonr

If you ,will come, I'll have some of the Singleton always pays a shilling an hour to present my friend, Hugh Dar And when the Senate is not in session readers to further understand the advantages -

,litter cleared away, and you can watchme and luncheon. He told me so." rell." the President of the permanent Senatorial of such an invention, we should ,
add that in addition to straw almost
paint, sit, or do what you like. I. "Oh Singleton is rich and famous; I Committee is to be the President of
often see twenty or thirty models in a : am not." "Time, a year later. Scene, the lake I the Republic for the remainder of the every other- description of vegetables

da,. Patient Griselda Cardinal Wol- "I will agree to it if you will give district. Dramatis personae, young artist : unexpired term. This amendment, proposed .refuse maybe,bunt ; for instance, cot_

*y, Fair Rosamond, Lucrezia Borgiaand Rollo some lunch." and wife, in whom it is easy to by Congress, takes effect after ton and maize stalks, gorse, jungle_

other well-known characters come I "Done," he said, laughing at her recognize Cissy and Hugh Darrell. ratification by the people at a special I grass, etc., and by simply removing-

tome by the dozen. If I don't want coolness. lIe had hitherto regarded her "Oh, Hugh," she says suddenly, I election. patent feeding,apparatus the furnace'
them taking a locket from her chain, here _S.. can also be fired with coal and wood bathe
they try the next studio. Artistsare with anything but professional eyes. If
The Old Greek Goldsmith. ordinary manner. Jt is
is of
clustered some money yours. hardly
as thicklv together up he could only transfer that lovely faceto
!" necessary to point out that by of
there Ionej opens the locket means
as lawyers are in Bedford Row. canvas he felt certain of success. Tho skill in beating out and inlaying
That There are the identical shillings and this invention steam-power can now be.
bareheaded, disguised, very much She was admirably adapted for Enone, I gold and other metals to which'Homer
d Fused,sometime-a man with a if she would but look sorrowful enough. battered, disreputable-looking sixi ence so often alludes attested by the re introduced into distant countries'.
which he had given her. which, on account of the absence of
,history-French nobleman who sold "And now, having arranged the pre mains found in the tombs at Mycena
"Yes she coal or other suitable fuel have ,
Papers in' the Strand was a frequent liminaries, what am I to do ?" she laughs ; the money you of which perhaps the most Homeric are ,
Mr. Singleton's model hitherto been debarred from its -
ttter paid -London many;
mine; he's dead now, poor asked. the designs the scabbards of swords,

fellow. "Will you kindly mount the dais?" Society. which at the time when Dr. Schlie- advantages. ,
I am to *sit' on the usual terms?" said Darrell. To find the speed of a countershaft mann's book appeared were too much

liked Cissy. "What are the usual "What Those egg-boxes I" when the revolutions of the main shaft incrusted with the rust to be made out. "Bub, can you tell" me,where I anfind : .
some parsnips ? ask motheil
terms, Mr. Singleton ?" "Yes." and sizes of pulleys are known,'multiply but which have been recently engravedand j
appearing old lady of an urchin on the-
"A shilling an hour, and luncheon "Are they not rather uncomfortable revolutions of main shaft by the diameter described by Mr. Koumanouder.,
street. "Well I if
guess yeillgo fir
famd," said singleton. "In your case, ?" of the pulley on it in inches and The subjects represented on the scab
the hotel yer'll find a bottle two
may, the luncheon shall be unexcep "( ;none ought to look uncomfortable. divide into the driven pulley on counter. bards are a lion hunt, a lion 'attackinga or
o pa's nips behind the bar. His
>- tionable. You will be of no use unless you shaft. The quotient is the number of herd of deer winged monsters, fish nips
is mostly applejack at this season 'o the
;":i .Agreed,"gaily cried Cissy. "Do do." revolutions. and plants. The manes of the lion are year." ?


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with.m.j 1J1DIdI, .. over. The MAKE HENS b ? .
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tea frosfl till frmntTi: ''Mr.Reuben Harsh I I Subscribe sad.LIi
has food this fobs the GIlL He'',tried WALTON. WHANN & co., y&.

for.yew to twin his lie.
.!mod sjryfrmits lsatdisgiMted withtherwuhsadthinkhig PLOW _ItA D ST tuir* :!t

that he had a I and wfii:> *

worthless ftdetr,lie allowed the trees to and Manure.PREPARED For and KM >*. tt
Orange Tree Vegetable ..I
sucker oat sad heoosBS abash; and now iv'
..: :-Itrl-:
behashege sgrcllemooa.WHEN
EXPRESSLY for the use of the fruit and vegetable growers of Entemlsl 7 SO a. =fir
1O8CELLANEOTJ8. Florida. It will produce a heavy but sound and healthy growth on growing trees. on wtS-1
and will supply bearing trees with the food needed for heavy crept of fruit. lord- !ta)
THE :FIELES IT WILL GiVE.nursery stock and vegetables a luxuriant growth and in the all :,'
latter tends to give good size and quality and early maturity. The Florida ana polsak oJua" ''

.. General
Then yo n'11 want fine Piano or an Or- WALTON WHANN & CO. : *"StreeU."*" ,
gan. But wbr wafcfbrltt Buy at once :
and enliven ttw tosff hot summer months Wilmington, Del.
with masse,and make the Harvest Home i .]" :
still more joyful. Never mind if yon Ad Captain McLean of the sloop "AynaP to bring you a tact of the -0--- '
haven't the osih. Have notLUDOEII '
cot you '
heard of '

ft IATES'MIDSUMMER JNO. ANDERSON* of Ormond.Agent for East and South Florida. nape<<' "
It is the constant aim and .,

: the publisher to give to the readers shooting .
COLLINS & CO. HARTFORD STAB, one of the most readable eatabliib.-
Established'' siest papers of the State.o \
826.r .
all colon
And don't you know that during the cheapest,
months of July, August and Septemberyou or Boat,
ClaD bal at:LOWEST BOCK BOTTOM y,soluble
Cash Bates by paying jut a little cash
down and bauoee.November 1st, without --
Interest. ? It's a dead sure fact andyou PUB!.
cant save one red cent by postponIng -
nrchase until your cotton comes inHere all ii
are the terms.Midsummer.. .

Twenty columns of from the ..
Special Offer. ,., yysr ; .
ed Miscellaneous Florida.'f
Nacki ,
$25 Oath... M........ MANUFACTURERS OP .

$IO Cash fowl M an Organ.

.And hebilsnoe November 1st.next,I Axes Hatchets Picks -AND-
without one cent of interest. Bock Bottom ,
Cash Bates.'. No Interest advance hi Ti-
In price. And I&when pay day comes, AND OTHER EXTRA QUALITY and you.

you longer cant time pay with all a reasonable cash, we will increase give TOOLS FOR FARMS AND PLANTATIONS.

of price.' Chfckering, Lndden ft Bates Also FINE STEEL AND CHEAPER FLOWS
NearlyTen -----------
flttmilttfr, Kr ninb ft Bach,Hullet Davis
&Co. and Anion Pianos; Mason ft Of aU sixes and prices from $5 to $30. Also, Plowing Machines. .

HamUn,Packard Orchestral, and Bay Farms will receive valuable Information, catalogues, Ac., County, and Local FJa.]
Stats Organs. Every grade and style. by writing to the makers, 1883./
All with maker's names, and fully guar the fol-
anteed. No stencil instruments sold. A COLLINS tit CO.. 212 Water St., New Yolk.I1ONSMIL1S. notice ot
selection from over 900 styles from ten in sup
leading maker Fifteen days test trial proof will
a1nn. We pay all freight if instrument Clerk of
Ii not satisfactory. Six months exchange Monday,
privilege given.. late
of S E M
SPEOIALBARGAINS e ............. .
!leD.ao.0..1'0 W.LV.WUKa. .oe.a..II..W..W..OaIa. E.
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this month in our grand Clearing Out Ij_..,...al.--,............I'U1I.. ....".......... a. .-=:. ...".-7w I -o-- and to

Piano Sale. 100 first-class Pianos, nearly upon
new,some not used month, offered The Florida State Gazetteerand FOR SALE .J. Cock-
from 950 to f 100 under regular price, on and
easy payments of SS5 cash and balance A flat-bottomed boat, sloop-rigged. .
$10 monthly.. Sold only to make room BUSINESS DIRECTORY, Twenty-three feet long, with a comfortable aRND,
for fall stock. Write for Special Circu Office.
cabin, and new sails. Good breadthof '
lars and full line of Piano and Organ Containing the name, business and address JOB PRINTING.
Catalogues. All sent free. Address insuring good carrying capacity,
-of the- Boat is perfectly tight and sails well.- JOB PRINTING. ,FIa.1

Ludden & Bates' Merchant,Professional & Business men, Also a good mule, of small size, that will JOBPRTh ING. 6,1S83./
and the principal farmers and landowners work anywhere. For further particulars entered at

SOUTHERN MUSIC HOUSE, orange groves and plan- address, R., STAR OFFICE, against nlog

SAVANNAH, GA. tations, together with a 47 2m Titusville, Fla. dated! and Oct.Ei

Sketch of AU Cities, Town and Villages, Valuable Property 288,
: Fla.,
And bow to teach them and other valuable
Information. For Sale! of said

This important work will be issued justas Thirty acres of land in the City Point sum-
the 23d
Hammock. on
Splendid new galvanized
soon as the labor of collecting m.to
Wire Fence
around twelve acres. Five
and compiling the facts can be accom concern-
plished. To the business commu- Hundred young and healthy Orange trees Our Job Office is well equip Testimo

nity this will be the most valuable book Forty bearing trees. Beautiful River ecuting all Eau Gallic Olm-,
that has yet been published about Front. Six acres as fine cane and banana
land as there is in the state.
Florida. Price, $5. to be sold by subscription. Register.
the land of the Hon. Wm. H. Sharpe. .Receiver.
I Here is a good opportunity for any one
Rates for Admitting: desiring to make a good investment, as PLAIN& FANCY WORK. ,

1 Page with book*30. J Page with book$30 I I the place must be sold. Titles perfect. present of the to

1 Iir Agents wanted in every county, to Parties intending to purchase can make ,Fla. my
enquiries of Dr. G. W. adminis
Holmes or Hon.
whom liberal terms will be offered.-!
W. H. For Moore late
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PHILADELPHIASINGER confer with Captain Peter Wright o f (48.6m)

MACHINEEQUAL C. J. HECTOR, 1 the fast sailing sloop "Mist" who will
carry parties to see the property. RULE &PAMPHLET
The above cut represents the most popular
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style for the people which we offer AGENTS! B ok.Tiibi i
you for the very tow price of $*). Re- ...-...-piteIliac--C.:".=_fW_ ........T-_-.
member,we do not ask you to pay until
yon have seen the machine. After having
General '
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return It to us at.our-expense.' Consult i PAY.
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Address CHARLES A.Wood&CO.. !AVALBT1E1 ones
ftpluc PICIDriaI 'It tree.
No. 17 N.Tenth St., Philadelphia; Pa. Melbourne Florida. World. a f.Wed caI Duxes arrra''S M.1 Addiw: sent tree
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, If'f-$ ,In Blue and Gold.. J JI fatten path, a: pan:of' water 'in" each "r Oh I it you should never comet] The Farmer's: ,Lawn. For acute pain in the stomach or

R Leflf mention it yourself haul A sweet, wild rose,' I said-to back,' she sobbed, dlnging"around my bowels, try strong saltpetre water
ttf nee yon Host farmers appreciate the beautyof
I of flannel
I! myself and nt down again convinced Wring a good-sized piece
jaLI will confess that I was'surprisedJ ", bye tingle glance at that ,lovely face But I will, dearest,'I said, unloosing I" a large,'level,elean-shaven lawn. It from this solution and apply hot to

l youecgsfedtoMissBrookfield, and form that this her lovely arms, and kissing the is one of the most attractive features to the part affected, laying over it another
cottage was' 'Fate's
r p r idKed Chester, to his lifelong chum, no farther.' tears from her eyes. 'I shall be back I any estate. The pure, vivid green of piece of flannel, cover the patient,well

* jjai'jjonendorf (the two young ,mete "Accordingly,I told mine hostess that 'again before yon have time to miss me.' the even sward cannot be imitated by in bed and lay a hot brick at the feet.

.3 A ,,is leisurely strolling through .Maple Iwas a'poorstory-writeryouwill admit And I was; for I had only gone smile any artifice. There are few farmers, I A tea made by steeping. twigs from. '
"| '.none)* for when I went abroad, you that that was no lie, for all the editorsto or two when I discovered I had left my however, wbo have the time or means I peach tree excellent for worms.

'> ,:ir-ejaost emphatically denouncing-theM whom I hare submitted manuscripts pocket-book behind, and full of anger 'to ornament extensively. A good lawn Butter and sugar, about three partsof

MrQeMnesf aM: selfishness and ex- have said the same thing my ) with against myself for my carelessness, I can be made at,very little expense, and the latter thoroughly mixed::.with

1' 'fegrifsace- and .a' few other amiable a book to finish, and that of all places, hastened back. As I neared the cot- can be kept in good order even withoutthe one -of the former, are excellent to

.:r. < acteristics-according to your way in the world to finish "it,her beautiful, tage, I heard loud voices the voices of aid of a lawn mower. In the first check a cough, caused by a tickling In
M d jyniing at the time-of society girls, quiet home seemed the best and I Mrs. Burdock, my prospective mother- place, one should learn that it is poor the throat. If this does not avail melt

H''*-,sad apparently sincere in your deter- begged her to let me stay a few, weeks in-law, and-could it be ? Yes, it was taste to plant flower beds directly in the mixture and add a little vinegar.
! bachelor rather
;: siaation to remain a promising to make her as little trouble my sweet wild rose. front of the house. They give a .much Many find relief by eating a little rock

r hm.many one of them. :And* your : as possible. "Well, I don't see nothin' *Will it's a regular mess, and I better effect if planted at one side and salt, or, if this is impossible to obtain,

i', ... have given no hint of a change ain it, if father and daughter don't don't know what to say to Bill Tryon.I a little in the rear. Have the yard in table salt will answer the same pur-
c' your sentiments: Quite ,the con- said she, and away she went again, and when he comes back from sea,' the front of the residence a smooth planeof pose, although the first is much the
Your last;.by-the-by, was most from the murmur of voices in the hall, elder lady was saying. He'll raise the grass, with a few neat shrubs or trees better. One troubled with a hacking

: perplexing. No woman's' letter could I knew the matter was being discussedby ruff off the house.' scattered regularly upon it. Make no cough should never be found without a

?. tore been more so. In it you suddenly the family. ..And in a few momentsa '"Let him.' ,replied Alice. 'I'jl pretentious to geometrical forms in bit of hoarhound candy or a few ker

jumped from the Clauson Mine to 'a shrewd-looking old man appeared, build you a better house-near to folks; walks or flower-beds. Trees look best nels of rock salt in the pocket, with

" jwtet wild rose,' of whom you had looked at me sharply, and asked for I'm sure I never want to come in the yard if not set in regular rows. which to check an attack,, while at

neriously told me nothing. If I brusquely, 'Kin you 'ford to pay four back to this lonely hole, after I oust If thus set one vacancy or one ill-look- church or during calls.

ggaember aright, the sentence introducing dollars a week ?!' I told him thought leave it.' ing tree will spoil the effect of the The white of an egg, into which a
her ran thus : 'And the' dividends shouldn't be whole row. The simpler and more
I I could, and he seized my valise and 'But s'pose this man small teaspoonful of sugar has been
,', this year are much larger than carried it into the cottage, I following. so rich, after all?" persisted the pru- natural the arrangement the more stirred, is an excellent remedy for croup.
this sweet, wild rose that I have found Ned old chap i; was dent mamma. pleasant the effect.It Give this at the first symptom, and if
a lovely spot,
, ja, this lonely place, and am almost and no mistake. Every morning the '"He's as rich as Screechus,' an- is not difficult make a good lawn. the, hoarse cough is not soon checked, a

persuaded to court and marry, after the birds awakened me with their songs, swered the daughter, in anything but a In the first place, a good foundation second is needed and in rare cases a

manner of Tennyson's landscape and they were so fearless, never having sweet voice. 'And oh I how dreadful should be provided for the grass. third. The whites of three eggs, 'and .

painter.' "- learned how cruel men can be, that, the grammer and pronunciations sounded Though this is the most important, yet sometimes the whites of two, will act as
Hmendorf threw away his cigarette, they flew in at my window and perched in it. 'Do you think I'd give up this is the part usually neglected. The an emetic. The little patient should

looked thoughtfully into space a mo- upon the frame of the old lookingglasssuch I Bill, if I wasn't sure of it? He writ ground should be made rich and level, have a teaspoonful .of castor oil at the

Dent, dropped into a still slower walk, a rum old glass (crooked I along rigmarole to some friend of his even if it occupies two or three years. beginning, and then a little goose oil or .
and asked, ""Should you like to hear all nose and crossed my eyes-and watch my one day,and he lost a piece, and I foundit Plow it up, harrow and rake it over hen's oil occasionally, until the cough is
it oil fellow ?" carefully, manure well and manage to
,about me dress and fragrance enough from looser; and the throat and chest shouldbe
"Of course I should,"replied Chester. the rose ;vines floated into that attic "The page almost ending with the Lave: the whole thoroughly subdued. anointed with the same.
'"lives there a man with soul so dead, in to have Clauson Mine, and nearly beginningwith This donesow a very liberal quantity of Melt half an ounce of camphor gum,
room one day perfumed
,who ever to himself has said, 'I take no Eudora's handkerchiefs for whole the sweet wild rose," interrupted grass seed, and sow it by itself It will half an ounce of glycerine and one
interest in sweet, wild roses?' And Chester. do just as well or better than if sown pound of mutton tallow, and apply ,to

beside that; havn't I been the confidant year."As for Alice-the sweet wild rose Just so," assented his friend. "Butto with oats or wheat ; under such a prac- the hands every night. It will whiten

.of all your love affairs since you were dreamed of maid go on with the conversation,to whichI tice no stubble will remain on the them nicely. For home-made camphorice
-no poet ever more
twelve, and awfully smitten with theprettJ beautiful. Large, innocent darkblueeyes boldly confess I deliberately listened. ground. Sow grass seed at the rate of melt half a teacupful of mutton tal-

j girl in Wild's confectionery ? with lashes that casta 'I found it, he never missed it, and I a bushel or more to the acre. The mere low, put into it a piece of camphor gum,
so long they '
Drive ahead I I'm all attention." faint shadow on her rounded cheeks read it,' said the simple country maid.. the better, for the sooner the sod will about the size of a large hickory nut,
"As you remarked a few moments ; 'Some fash'nable girl wanted him for be grown. It does not pay to sod the and add a teaspoonful of olive oil. Pour
mouth, nose, chin, ears, hands, feet,
ago" began Elmendorf, "just before his fortune, and he got mad and clearedout yard unless one is in a hurry for the into a mould to, harden. Pulverized
simply perfection ; a voice not as
you Crossed 'the briny,'I became disgusted Eudora's and walked round till be found meA lawn. Sodding is expensive. The borders borax is excellent to drop into the waterto
musical as : it is true, but witha
with fashionable young ladies sweetness sweet, wild rose he calls me, and he of the walks may be sodded, how- soften the skin. If your hands are
childish and and
in general, and, as you did not remark, ring ; it ain't so far out, neither.' ever. The sods should be cut: about rough when you wash them, dip your
when she spoke, which was seldom,
with "* You'd better let ten or twelve inches wide and rolled up fingers in the borax and rub your hands
for fear of hurting my feelings, was with pretty modest hesitancy that your pa inquire '
in It about him before from beneath with a spade. Ten or thoroughly together.One .
Eudora Brookfield, particular. some, you promisesure
romantic sort of made you long.to catch her in your anus to him advised Mrs. Bur- fifteen feet of sod may be rolled up Into of a set of small drawers in my
was rather on a marry ,
and kiss the words from her full red one roll, and it can be unrolled againon pantry is called the salve box. In one
fellow wno was awful spoons on a girl,
lips. 1 had only seen her three times, Rubbish I I' exclaimed the rose. 'Pa the border. end is a small compartment like the till
to be told by that enhanced girl that his his attractionsin fortune when I was madly in love with her, and oin' suoopin' round might spoil every- Sod is usually cut too thick. An I II I of an old-fashioned chest,and in this are

considerably thought the plain, calico gowns she thing. I know he's got lots of money inch and a half is thick enough. When kept salves of various kinds. In the I
her eyes, and that for her own part, wore the prettiest gowns in the world. the sod is laid it should be pounded
in less than and I bet he's gone off to buy me some- drawer there is always to be found an
abe thought love a cottage, Her father and mother watched us closely thing elegant now. Calico gowns, in- down as much as possible. A very abundance of old soft cotton and linen

fire thousand a year We must be the but that blessed (as 1 thought then) deed I I I'll wear silk every day of my heavy block of wood with a handle is clothes, with a few strong strips for
dreariest of existences. quarreled, drouth bad set in week or so before for down 'sod and
my good ramming the
She went life. But come along, ma, let's go up bandages, a ball of soft yam (which,
u you know, and parted. arrival, and in two or three weeks more stairs. P'r'haps he's left his satchel the latter will be much more apt to being flexible, is much better than twine t
I filled
.shortly after to Newport, and our rain-water cask-we hadn't attainedto u ilocked, and we can rummage throughit. grow if well attended to in this respect. for tying up inflamed fingers),fluffy bits
with scorn of managing mammas the dignity of a cistern-was empty, .' The sod borders should be lower than of cotton batting and pieces of old kid
shunting daughters, donned a and well low and much water lawn for the loose soil back
our ran "No, he hasn't, said I, coming surrounding gloves for spreading salve upon.: Some-
/blue flannel suit and coarse, broad- had to be brought from the brook and of them will be to settle inchor
forward ; 'but don't let that prevent sure an thing very adhesive,like balsam fir salve,
brimmed; hat, and carrying with me of course I helped the sweet wild rose I your enjoying yourselves, ladies ; here more. If the sod is cut thin and well is a necessity, as a very little here and

only a small valise, started for any- to carry the pails, and (again, as 1 ii the key at service.' laid it will be sure to grow well. 'June- there along the re finger
: your
There-anywhere out of the world. thount then) the brook was a blessed "With a shrill scream, the sweet grass sod is the best for a lawn. Thisis will make a string unnecessary, besides

"At noon of my second day's travel, I quarter of a mile from the house; and wild rose fled. I reached my room under the-same as that sold under the name keeping the cloth in place much better

the train stopped at a quiet, tree-em- \ one day, after traversing this quarter of the eaves in three bounds, gathered of Kentucky blue grass. Timothy and than if tied on.

towered station, and following the im- a mile with the pails and bonnie Alice, together belongings, left some bank- orchard grass are not good for lawns, A salve excellent for drawing, and

ipulse of the moment, I jumped off, and I wrote you a very long letter, in which bills on the table, and fled, too. as they form clumps and soon make the suitable for use in case of felcn or any
struck into a lonely, shady road, re among many other things, I reviewedmy And I am to marry Eu ora Brookfield ground uneven. lesser sore of,the kind, Is made in the

solving to keep on, on foot, until Fate Eudora experience, and told you of a month' from to-day.".Harper's A light dressing of fine and wellrolled following manner: Take the yolk of .

,should say, 'Thus far, and no farther. the treasure I had found in the cottageby WftlJy. manure every spring is desirable. It one egg and stir it into half a teaspoonful -

Ifod,that road was certainly the loneliest the wood. And a few das after Habits of California a Ostriches. is useless to apply manure when the of finely powdered camphor gum,

road I ever saw. Not a person didI posting this letter, I asked the sweetw ground is frozen, as it is usually washed one teaspoonful of fine salt, and one
meet; not a house did I see, in an ;ld roe to be my wife. She raised The editor of the Anaheim (Cal.) away before the ground thaws out. teaspoonful of' spirits of turpentine.This .

hour's brisk tramp. But I trudged on ; those glorious, innocent blue eyes to i Gazette has been viewing the ostricheson The lawn once made, the grass should will make the mixture thick and

,sad the more Eudora's beauty and my face for an instant, and then a ranch near Costa Station. He says: be cut frequently. This can be nicely I salve, and easily spread on old linen.If .

race flitted before me, the more her hid them upon my breast, while "The female lays an egg on alternate I done with a sharp scythe. The oftener the case is very urgent indeed, twice

.:sweet voice rang out in the song of the she whispered-the shy darling days to the number of fifteen when, if the grass is mowed the stiffer and more the quantity of camphor gum can. be

Wrds, the more my heit yearned for 'Don't ask father and mother just permitted to sit, she considers her work even the sod will become, and the more used, in a few cases, and when the individual -

!her, smile, the more I was determined yet, until I get used to the thought my- done. If, however, her eggs are taken the grass will tiller out. A lawn prepared cannot bear the touch of tur- .
to put miles between us. I would not self. It seems ho very strauce.' from her she will lay thirty before she and kept in this manner is not pentine, only a few drops need be added. -
.ba married lor my fortune. I would 'And are you sure you love me? iscovers 1 the dect'ption.nd such eggs I expensive. Children soon become This is to be laid over the felon for an

'!Ie loved for myself, or not at all. And will you be willing to wear calico I The one showed us weighs three and a interested in work of adornment and hour or two, or as long as the patientcan

And growing stronger in resolution, at gowns, and live in a cottage all your half pounds, and contains food sufficientto will keep the yard clear of all the rubbish endure it, and then replaced by a ,

every step, I suddenly found myself in life?' paid I. furnish a plentiful breakfast for four and the flowerbeds, if there be cooling poultice. If applied in the first

front of a small, gray cottage-I remembered 'Try me,' she replied with men. One would suppose that the any, in good order. Such work is stages, the sore will be drawn rapidly

instantly that Eudora had a glowing cheeks and an arch flavor of such eggs would be unpleasantly an educator and an element of refine- to a head, and weeks of pain avoided.If .

s3k dress of the same shade of grayhalf smile. pronounced. Such is not the case, ment.A I very painful put a little laudanum on
covered with woodbines and rose 'X ow am I really loved,' said I to however, the flavor not being as decidedas flower garden or a fountain is by the poultice, anti if that does not relieve,

"vines, that stood just at the entrance ofa the birds, next morning; -not having that of duck eggs. What school-boy no means essential to a be-clutifullawn. bathe the band with chloroform.

dense wood, were grew oaks, maples, you, Ned I made contMants of them, has I not read of the ostrich egg,and of its Indeed, they often mar its best effect, After the felon has broken, or at any

Billows, elder bushes: blackberry and, like y m, they never betrayed me. being hatched in the hot sun of Africa's Too few in number of ornaments on a stage when it is advisable to apply a

lushes and heaven only knows how .'It is Hal Elmendorf wins the heart of sunny shore ? But this pretty legend, beautiful sod is better than too many. soft poultice, there can be nothing' bet-.

many other things planted there by the Alice, not his 'trtune-Do sighing for like many other cherished stories of the Two or three small, neat patches of ter than flaxseed meaL Pour boiling

winds and the birds. A cow with a gems and gold; no looting fur silks a,.d past, is all gammon. The chicks are flowers at one side contrast nicely with I water slowly over a teaspoonful of the

:young calf beside her was lowing in a velvets: and satins, knows this simp'e, brought forth in the good old way. the sward. Too many look crowded. meal until a soft poultice is madenotsoft

field opposite, and a brook was spark- country maid. She is even unaware t f The female sits on the eggs in the daytime It is test to raise only the well-tried and enough to run, or dry enough to

ling in the sunshine a short distance her own marvelous grace and beauty, i and the male assumes the duty hardy garden flowers. Three or four become easily hard. A little experiencewill
away. and she is also unaware, it cannot be I I at night, allowing the female to seek kinds are better than twenty. The enable one to get it just right. Incase

"On the porch of this cottage sat a denied, ot many of the rules of gram- rest and recreation while he attends to farmer should learn that simple orna- of pneumonia, physicians order

middle-aged woman, sewing. To her mer and pronunciation. But these I the household duties. It must be mentation is not expensive. A simple this rather than poultices of Indian meal,

bat in band I advanced, and humbly can soon teach hr, Heaven bless her!' noted here that the male is much more neat arrangement is cheaper and more as it is not so heavy for the patient's

Preferred a request for a drink of water. And then I tlutught what delight it solicitous for his household than is pleasing than a cumbrous pretentiousand chest, remains moist longer, and is

And she, rising with hospitable quickness would be to see those guileless blue the female.. It not unfrequently happens expensive system.. more easily prepared. "Mush" poul-

bade me take the seat she left, eyes open wide in pl..asure1Id astonishment that the latter prefers to gad about I. tices must be sewed in a flat bag, or the
While she went to the well. I sank when after paining; her pan nts>' rather than take her turn at sitting,and Sanitary. meal will scatter as soon as slightly dry ; \

into the chair, for I was aweary, and consent to our marriage: I placed a on such occasions her lord and master but this is so adhesive that the cloth only
lOOn she returned with a glass of water I 1 diamond ring up'n the little hand. administers to her a deserved chastisement A knowledge of simple remedies for needs to be folded together with the

and a glass of milk. I drank them.. And I made up my mind to start f.'r by kicking her heartily around the common ailments is essential for house- edges pressed down.
both-not immediately and obtain piKldock until she manifests proper con- wives who would drive pain from their
nearest city
dur- the
at of but
once, course, .
ing the conversation about the weather 1. the ring. trition, and signifies her willingness to houses, prevent ruinous doctors' bills, "Dwo vos shoost enough budt dree
that "So pleading urgent business to-my settle down on1 the eggs. There is a and above all keep the system from was too blend ty," remarked Hans,when
ensued-and had risen to depart ,
when the prettiest girl in blue and gold darling, as soon<< as breakfast Was over, moral somewhere about this incident I frequent drugging. I give a few reme- his girl asked him to take her mother



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'-Bead' : : 'the Y'\... 'ft t*.juli(.our tikr4 editorial. u ., ill Commissioner since'January-IaVulmpftrHngi:Tumblin, "w1io00 OflTvoting D vrtto '. a tit. .>'ittT ''' J<. C ,.N.ORWPOD; ; &; CO., PRITCIIARD & JIAT, ,t Jo'REAL '

;'f-y 'Ifi ; "T '" ,. rl1t .t1rrJ4, RjfCWf DEALERS IN
of o Point' ink io ;precincts 9yerJjef9>are too .1-/ T. rs. ESTATE AGENTS.Tltoville ''
Mr.Jr-H.Suns, City was li T ',
k; .town oft Monday.ften nl'.N v' lint : I' "t J .'iri.. ..' STAPLE. AND FANCY GROCERIES, .:f) V''i->;.

Bloxharo stock is pretty low OQthe:; .' 0 10" t
Proceedings of the Board oh County Confectioneries
PTestBide." 1'
1"1 *, GRAY.
Com n willDdf1.tJones appear In our nett. iTHE''FAIR D. >"Edpi",
., Fe.'off...:te: Lade, L;:;_' All of the many efforts to secure postal ; Fine Tobaccos and ra 0
facilities over here have been abortive. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. "
e bee bppingit''the?Titan 'House ;this CIGARS. ; .. t
We suffer by the indifference of the Post (MACKENZIE'S,) .
'1. 0 vm;t:>? *-! 'rt LaGrange, ..
-!< .. Office CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE ,Flo.......
Department ,
l I t 1 tflt
bM.rl' 'Co udent ei 7ogi: Offers Wm. Scott .\..1L'd
The drift of certain set 'I of' IndianBiver Titusville k'la. .
3 a LAMPS& FIXTURES, sa ;r 1d :-' ,.
'lei. L. :1.CarUte'. .watermelonsWe'vetpt .. -- '
will &
#;' -, t "1 ** I Inot politicians!perceived and it SCOTT THRASHER, !:tt
seen >any, WOODEN J
", fc fv '. ..: ?, lie met all --
-Captain J.,(J.Stewart, ff Georgiana, ... ... I ATTOn YS-\'r-LAWl 44

gave: tbg$7 ut office* pleasant call. ,Ion INKLINGS FROM BELOW.It Meal Corn Sanford : : FlOrida s o
Mondayternoon.. has been remarked that we haves Mr.Scott is now located atTitusvilto
: Lines
: : ', "J.
; little lightning in this section. &&Qp Real Estate Law a speciality., *.T, .
.-We hoped to have seen T.. Canova'E s t
A dose of.Castor oil and Spirits of Turpentine Hay, B. MAC;urn EH -..'
E acceptance of the challenge to sail againstthe ; C. ; ':rt.k
"Coquette" this week, but were, dis I with a few drops of tho Spirits Of Goods .

appointed jDon't give up;Tony, rubbed_ along the spine makes: a sovereign Oats, Etc.also COUNTY SURVEYOR, .A

,. -H. A Carlile and wife 'of Jupiter, remedy for canine staggers. We have some Bargains in 1 AND NOTARY PUBLIC. :

started for that place on Monday: morning The hot weather has been fatal to agents for Rockledge,
horses. )Ir. Carlinton having lost two. SHOES, CLOTHING, t FIrLh.f7
V after a Tint of a few,days at his fath Jacob Reeds' Sons ""
ers, L.'J. Carlile, of LaGrange.A Encouraged by the success of John Ladies' And Misses' Hats MIxon S. JOXES. Jm'If'

stereopticon Exhibition ""was" rendered Hart, many of our people are preparingto CLOTHIERS,

tit the Court. House Hall on Monday go into the cultivation of early cucum CROCKERY and Samples to be seen at store.NOTIONS. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. .

evening bya party of artists from bers. ;
Tltusvllle. Florida '
JacksonTflle wh h'W 'quite well attended People can't be careless now about GLASSWARE.Fancy t..t$

especially. by.'the.. .young folks. their premises and property as in the old DOMESTIC & FANCY DRY GOODS jyr. E. ENGLISH. 4
-We" learn that S.: H. Ray, at this time. Thieves and "civilization" are upon Goods, Buttons, Notary Public State at :
meeting of the'Board of County Commissioners us, Gents' (Mine & Fnniisliiiii Goods. :: ,
Affidavit drawn
and all
eras,(duly installed as Treasurer r John M. Pierce lately drove $30,000 LACES, RIBBONS,' &C., March lot 44 tt, to me promptly attended to.business entrusted .

of the G otiiityice H. S.' Williams, of r worth of Brevard beef cattle to Punta Office at his residence.' "
That cant be beat J. M. Dixon
Bockledge, :whose__term had expired.. Rasa in one drove. Titusville, Florida .

-Captain ,C.. J.. Schoonmaker.and his I'' The anti-Bloxlum arc all"played out." TITUSY ILLS, : : FLORIDA. D. COI IE. ,.

sister-in-law, Miss. Lena Boberts arrived One got the rheumatism, another got disgusted COME.WESLEYAN Dealer in .';

here from Dayton<4 .on Saturday evening a third got scared, fourth got Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Physician and Surgeon. ,: .i..

The STAB acknowledges the, ,receipt,of. a an office and still a fifth got a con of FEMALE COLLEGE, Fancy and Toilet Articles.

pleasant; call ,,from the genial Captain.; Norwood & Go's Cotton Seed oil and i is JlACox, GEORGIA, Perfumery Dye-Ms Paints Oils Titusville. Florida., .:-'

Captain McLean ,arrived at this "laying back" waiting for his chickens to Will begin Forty-sixth Annual session, F. GllAY.Watch -

place 'with' ,the1 trading sloop Agnes on get big enough to fry. Fried chicken &}l1. ID. A full faculty of experienced ti'arnishes&bruslres,&almost everything g. ,
teachers. Advanced of The kept by a first-class Drug House.
Monday. He expected to have arrived and rice comfort "soreheads" as well as course tudy. Maker and Jeweller.ALL .- 1
best advantages in Music, Art, Literature Any drug, medicine or in-' '
here a day or two earlier, but was detained sore stomachs.LAUUAXGE. and Science., Careful attention to'all the; strument needed bv customers WORK W AnP..A TED. "
at the Hanlovef on account of the low -- -- wants of pupil JSSyPricw moderate and not on hand, will be 'ordered.fyPrescriptions Work or orders left with 1'. E. Wager or.i'r,

stage of water. 1TEUS. Apply for catalogue to 142m g carefully compounded Post Office Titusvlllo or with.\. Um.Iy at La
It is whimpered- Kev. W. C. BASS D. D. President. hningiswill receive prompt attention. Will be "gj
light or day with accuracy and dispatch: in Titusville Monday.
While engaged.in a short conversation That Mr. James Mitchell, who has for by competent persons. Iy36NEWSPAPER (':

with one'of the judges the regattaon the last year been residing in our midstis A. L. HATCH, DU. B.. R. WILSK\ F"

the fourth, he mentioned the fact that now on a visit to his relatives in Middle DEAL rl\ -n .

neither the winners in the three classes Florida, and will be absent for several Subscription .'gcIIC111e ). Will continue the practice of Medicine "r.t'

had a word of comment to make in re- weeks. GROCERIES, Titusville and vicinity ; ,
undersigned having opened a
gard to the race. That it is to be regretted that we have

The reason why the LaGrange nine lost the citizenship of Mr. Landeuburg PROVISIONS, NEWSPAPER SUBSCRIPTION AGENCY Office at J. M. Dixon Drug Store.' ",

did not meet the Athletes' last, Saturday who left on Saturday last for his former DRY GOODS, Will be pleased to receive subscriptionsto A. II. 1I.\1YLEY, D. D. S. '

afternoon is because the steamer stopped home in Philadelphia. Hardware and General Merchandise ,
quite a way,from Salt Lake Landing and That the L'1Grangc'Xine have suggested any Visiting Dentist. ;

thus delayed their arrival home until time of play at Xew Smyrna, of the CITY March POINT S. 4w, 4* FLOKIDA. Periodical or Newspaper published. Makes frequent trips to Indian Elver. ., ',\

late in the.evening. recent challenge of the "Stars," of Enterprise Lake yvorth, &c. "

Mr. J. Zellers, and family arrived for the 27th of September instead ,The "Biggest" and the "Best." Save time, trouble and expense by apply 1'. O. Address, New Smyrna, Florida.,

here Tuesday morning from St. Lucie for of the:21st, as at first stated. A First-Class ing to CHAS. H. NAUMAN, C. II. :NAU:1IAX. '

visit of two or three days. We are indebted That quite an audience greeted the Mammoth Newspaper,
to Stereopticon exhibition For one and Subscriptiongent, Justice of the Peace andNotary
him for a sack of fine oysters at Liberty Hall, year an "
on Tuesday evening last.. Haulovcr P. O., I'revard county, Fla. Public State-at-Large.,, -,
. the flavor of which was equal to any we ,Interesting Novel! -
That LaGrange boast of, "THE Also Commissioner of Deeds for the State of
have tasted in the winter season.While can truthfully FOR $2.OO. SLOOP "AGNES
PE. XSYL V.\X 1.\.
the P. G.inF.
? passing a few days at Canaveral THE SAVANNAH commanded byCAvr.uxJOIIN Office at the Ilanl-Over.
That it would WEEKLY NEWS
during the past week, Mr. J. E. Thomas be better for the fencesas ,

of this place, succeeded in turning a well as the teams, if they were left A mammoth sheet, 38x52 indies, containing McLEAX, T. JOIIASOA COCKSIlfTT. .

large logger-head turtle which hitched to the rack or a tree. 8 pages of reading; matter, comprising Makes regular trips on Indian Kivcr.
all the News of the Week, Tele- Rotary Public, Stat -a'-L'1rge,
about 400 pounds. He then had it haul- That Mr. H. F. Atkinson left for his SHE CARRIES A FULL SUWLY OF
graphic DiMKitches
accurate and
ed to the Banana Georgia homo on Saturday lost, to be ab- well Market reports Groceries 1 ,. 55
over River to his boat n edited Agricultural Department ,Dry Goods, Justice of the Peace.
in which he brought it to this place. sent for.sc'cral. weeks Original Serials:, a page of Canned Goods
That Mr. W. S. Norwood carries the Court day, first Saturday each month.

Wanted by a young married man mail no, lunger.That Florida, Georgia & south Carolina News, Hats, Boots and Shoes, LA GRANGE Florida.
with thirteen years experience, a situation
As clerk: in LaGrange would enjoy a serenade It is not(( local paper. Ladies Shoes in great variety; Prints all ST. CLAIK-ABHAMS, B. L. SJlERU1f.
a mercantile house in
by the Titusville String Band. To the farmer new patterns at low prices. State Attorney County Judge of
artisan tho Seventh
South Florida: Best of references fur- ,or Judicial Circuit. Orange county,
That Peter Fisher is making arrangements hu-incs or professional man who has not Ready-iaSe dolling Toilet Articles
nished and satisfactory reasons given for to have his saw mill in operation the advantages of a daily mail, it is"a pa- St Clair.Abrams & Snierttn.ATTOKNtYS .
wanting to leave present employer. Address per by which he can be informed of events AOTIO.VN.
at an early day. & COUNSELLORS AT LAW.OULAXDO .
VIM," care of H. L. Green, Palat- transpiring in the busy world, whether in fCF For the cash onlyLd,;
ka Fla. That Laury Carlile has the best watermelons hU own State or in the most distant partsof March ts, -16 Cm.PIONEER. I FLA. .
in South Florida. the globe.In Will give careful attention to collections, .

The patrons of the, Titusville school That a couple of fine teams were out addition to a firat-ctass newspaper at COOPERAGE.Syrup Ib and trietand will practice In the In the Supremo several Court courts at of Tallad thi-

o will please meet at the store of J.M.Dix- giving the ladies ride a moderate price we offer each yearly subscriber hassee U. S- court at Jacksonville. ..
young a on cfuuday of Barrels $2.25.
a of
on on Saturday afternoon the 11th inst copy any the published
afternoon. novels of the Morning News Library STOREhva.s '
at 4 o'clock p. m. for the purpose of selecting That the thermometer averaged 0.1' in Sulscription$2.00a year in advance.free.. Gauged to order, ten cents extra. ..\ on hand a general assortment of \;"'

a .teacher and also starting a school Subscriptions Cl1l1 e bent local
our stctiuu the past week. through Honey Barrels, and Oval Water ..
commencing September 1st. By requestof That fine agents and.postmasters, or direct to .
a gun was lost in the rivernear
the trustees, Messrs Juo. M. Dixonand J. H. EtfTILL: : Breakers -STRICTLY C.\SII.-
M. E. Pace's Lauding one day during the I 3 Whitaker Street, Savannah, Go. I \
English past week by Mr. Luuia Brady. From : : $2.00 : : Up. E. L. Brady.

Themeetingof the incorporators of That Tom Johnson would rather have :FORINDIANRIVER.HART Tanksand January 1st 1SS3 1 yr 36

the L JL Y. Club was held at W. B. his picture taken than to eat guava jelly. & SITE'SIlockledge '.
Moore's store last all kinds of COOITJ: WOKK: to order.T. Florida Manufacture.
Saturday, with S. II. That the public roads in District Xo. 1 .'

Ray in the chair. The committee on ar- are in such good order that they have Line. JOII.VSO.V, AMAZON PAINT WORKS.

rangements made a call for further time had no occasion to call for a road working The Steamer, "ASTATULA," LaGrange. : : Florida. .

to report, which was granted, and the this year. Will leave Sonford and Enterprise ev n: J. EERXE, (C- CO., .

meeting adjourned subject to the call of That the pleasant little shower on cry Tuesday for Rocklcdge, and will LUMBER manufacturers of the .

the chairman of; the Committee of ar- Tuesday evening last was highly beneficial leave l San ford and Enterprise for Salt Will be furnished to order on short noticeat '

rangements.J. ., to the orange tn'Clin this section. Lake and Titusville every Friday. 813.00 per thousand. AMAZON READY IIXED PAINTS ,J

McComb is home for about a That a fire caused by the match of nETl.nXIXGWilllem'e in all shades and ready forImmediate

week. He has been away in his yacht, some reckless hunter, came near destroying LUMBER & SHINGLESAlways

the "Flying Dutchman" for the past two the whole of Miss Stevens' young Lake Poin.-ett every Wed Use. .'
necl3t 4 and on hand.C. .
p. m., Salt Lake
months with Mr. L. B. Dawson, from orange grove during the pist week. every
Saturday at 9 a. m. for Sauford. MAGRUDER & CO. Specially Adopted For This Climate t
. Iowa, who is so much pleased with this That the laudable tuterprie in which

,: 'country at this season of the ;year that he Miss Lena Norwood is engaged, should be Prompt close connections made with. S. RYDER.ROCKLEDGE. and grinders'of
daily line Reamers for
is going to settle here immediately. He supported by all who feel an interest in all points Xorth. Jack.-.om'ille and..' I Pure White Lead,

has gone to Gainesville for a week during the good. Has just received and continues

which time the "Dutchman" will receivea That Judge Gray is now the happy 3 tf Capt. Joe Sin Manager.W. liii, in stock a full and complete stock to of keep Gro- & Colors In Oil. "

general overhauling preparatory to possessor of the fine sorrel horse formerly ceries, Boots & Shoos, Hats & Caps in O nice and Factory, .

meeting any gales she may encounter owned by Mr. Noder. B. MOORE great variety and General Merchandiseof X o. 26 Ocean street, ,

whilst away during the next month. That a Mr. Conrad, from New York, every description. Ask for whateveryou JACKSONVILLE .
4' .." who purchased a Di ton SO has located General Commission Merchant, may want. One price toall. Canned I Scnd for color
List of Letters Goods of card and price Ii: the Jones every description
near Hammock.
one aspecialty.LUMBER .
.. postal cards unclaimed in the Post more. New Information of Florida.
Office at Titusville Florida t,
Augusts, '
1883. That the domestic orange wine manu- 102 pages new matter unto.map for 1SS2. ,;

Franklin, Wm. Henry, one postal card. I factured by Andrew Froscher is inferior Groceries and Will be furnished to order on short notice Send six cents tofl., C.Long,Tallahassee .,.
to none. at $18.00
Holmes, H. E. per thosand. Dressed lum- or C. Drew,Jacksonville, Fla.

Hooker, J. T. "letter. That Main street in LnGrange is over Family Supplies.Titusville. ber from 820.00 to 24.00 per tliou and. ..

Johnston: J.W. card. two miles in length. LUMBER & SHINGLES FOR.. SALE !
That Mr. H. S.Williarns,of Rock1edsre- A desirable cottage house and lot in
Kaighn, Wm. C. .',' always on hand.
: TiUwville
paid our section a dying.visit few days also Blacksmith, wheel wright '

... JOSEPH E. GKUBEB, P. M., since- j O. C. November 10th iS O.: .. 0 ...: ,tf Florida.47 P. M. FISHER. and LnquirePElTciiAED&May.general repairing shop at Titusville.24 tf'II .,