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Title: The Florida star
Uniform Title: Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S.W. Harmon
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: August 16, 1883
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note: Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note: Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)

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qQL N = :TTTUSYiLtE: :FLORIDA, URSDAY,,AUG. 16. '1883.. : NUMBER I'6.'
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;'i tl.of ke Board': of,County the sheriff to appoint a'deputi n- '" STATE'NEWS: .. A FraitGrowers'I Association A- Ne- : thrown upon any point and secure better

..m' \".... ; ,'r.r'p ",C.aissiosers. f mediately. ..* ..- The Eagle'Pencil Mills at Cedar ,Key .., ceasitr I prices. It is hoped by many 'personaliathb

\;"4!* !o;; 9'XODAY-,, J AUG'Cft 6.Commissioners. On motion it was ordered that:the following employs seventy-five: hands. I IL You'will Z.Yonjig.confer Times-Union.a favor a citizen section who have requested the' pub-
upon
1:. lication of this article that the local
fig" ; County' accounts 1*'audited and paid in Three and four year old steers bring$18 and friend of Florida if you will publishthe pa-
to a notice.by"'theq pers will favor it with zoom in :their columns -
Bas
1 "i.t Interest-bearing warrants: and$19 per head at Punta. a- communication. Its
following
purposeis
Members and that it will elicit V full discussion
1t1'; of.the' a d. present. ; Gt 8 Hardee,, county commissioner,$11.00W A Building and Loan Association is to try to awaken an interest among the >, -

r "- Wesson; Hardev Morrow andjSiTwith F Bichards, .;. ............181.25 under consideration at Green Cove. people of Florida in the formation .of aFruitGrowers' of this subject. pro and con,. until
-ti: ,Wesson in the chair r the people are ready to act .-
. P D Wesson;county com..76.00 Marion county will send lime, lemon Association, for mutual .'.,.' i
notion it was ordered that P. D. W HFriirInElection ...... .. ..:8.75 ,
On ; and orange trees in bearing, to the Louisville benefit, in the prOduction'and sale of Kentucky Democrats Sweep the state.

w.- made permanent Chairman oft A A Stewart;; Clerk's fees, ... .100.00 "Exposition.The fruit and vegetables.. FRAKXFORT, Aug. 7.-The Democratic

the Board of County Commbsioners.On W B Hoses, In. Election,...... .. ..1.25 It is evident that fruit and vegetables State Committee estimate the Democratic
recently
of
skeleton was
;.' --, notion' it was.ordered that the As- P D Wesson: county com..10.00 unearthed in the streets a negro of Pensacola bya are to be the leading market crops of the majority from 40,000 to 50,000, with the

; ..sastot'.Bookbe now taken up" for equaliOn Samuel Brown,'Janitor,..... ..... .40.00 of hands. State, and these are to find consumers in Legislature overwhelmingly Democratic.

: -, On-motion it waiordeied'that the following gang the Northern States.It Partial returns received from thirty-

.: :On mOtion it-was ordered that the bond accounts.. be audited and paid from Morris G. M nroe'pr poscs to build an is out of the prospective' magnitudeof three counties do not change the estimate

;J'. '"of Samuel H... Bay as County Treasurer the Building Fund .. armory and arsenal for the DeLand Seminole this business that the present boom in already given. lie Legislature stand

; 'bJ fixed*Ith&Bum of live 'thousand A A'Stewart, Record Book & fr't..7.75I Guards. Florida has grown. This business is yet Democrats, 80; Republicans, 20. If the

: .: ..dollars: John Zellers, Blacksmith 'work,. ...6.50 The colored population .Green, Cove in its infancy, and yet, while its prospec- present estimates are unchanged; the

;t.: OB motion it waS ordered that the tax- P E Wager, Handling county safe.! ...... Springs have built twenty houses within tive magnitude is such as to stimulate the Senate has 30 Democrat and'3 Republicans. -

' M ihan be assessed as follows: four mills and staUone ,.. .. ... .. ... ;. .76 the past twelve months. railroads to tap the,field at every available The General Assembly elects, this

'''0/for county tax proper; three' mills for ," On motion it was ordered that,the sum The. cost of the election for county site, point, yet there comea up from the producers winter a successor to U. 8. Senator JohnC. .

'.. '.oaDtylChool'orie'and a' half mills for of Sixty-three dollars be paid to E. L. which availed nothing, in Volusia county a wof ul cry of discouragement They Williams, whose term expires in

: building fund; two mills for sinking fund Brady,"agent for the steamer Marion for recently, is estimated at $1,800. send their produce to commission mer- March, 1885. '

to. .I and interest,. and one-half mill for road freight on county safe to be paid from The cigar trade at Key West is on a chants North, and get unremunerativereturns Two Men Who Propose., '. Tempting. the
assessed the :
fax on each dollar for year the Building Fund. thousand hands all and
first-class boom. Three" or no returns at are Rapids Niagara.. .
i8$& On motion it was ordered that the sum are daily employed in the different facto- charged with the freight. And to suchan LONDON, August .- Bebiel the" professional -

.. .On motion it was ordered that the tax I II I of Two hundred and thirty-two dollarsbe extent is this feature of the business swimmer,'and a rival of Captain

collector of Brevard county be authorizedto paid W. H. Butler, balance on safe ries.The importation of Cuban tobacco still running, that if something is not done to Webb, announces his intention of attempting -

deduct the assessment. upon improvements from the Building Fund, to be paid January continues to be quite -an item at Key remedy it the boom in Florida will soon to swim :the ,Niagara Falls
land assessed in the '
upon public. 1st 1884. West The bonded warehouses at that turn the other way. whirlpool. He says he believes he<< can

year.1882. The Board then adjourned until the place are full. The substance of the foregoing" remarksare safely breast the pool, and believes ,that
= 'On motion it was ordered that the petition first :Monday in September, 1883. well-known but the .
There is for alarm about the to every one: Webb could have done it if he had gone
of E. S.: Gray, A. W. Masters and Approved August 8, 1883. no cause is
cotton in Columbia county, the question : about it properly.. Bebiel has.. witnessed
others for a precinct about Indian' River PHI EAS D.WESSON, Chairman.A. worm in What can be done? Who is to do it? nearly successful great swim made
every
will be ripe before they can get
.Ba rows be granted and the boundaries A. STEWART, Clerk. crop And how? Webb and 'believes himself to be '
by a
their work to extent
., .. any
shall be follows north
laid as
of precinct Cutting the Wires.. I will answer the second question first. stronger man than Webb was. He, is
The Brennan Base Ball Club of New
boundary to be on line between Town- The Florida people must do whatever is in the Thames and intends
NEW YORK, August 8.-Last night practicing daily,. -
and will
Florida
to Orleans will visit '
29 and 30,south boundary be on a soon I
.. Alp another onslaught was made upon the done. Now for what can bo done. to test the,most dangerous pools .
match with the "Florida Her-
32 and 33 west play
between Townships games
line Let all who in this business
wires of the Western Union Telegraph are engaged and tides and the strongest waves before
aIds" and the "Fcrnandinas.
boundary, St. Johns River, east boundary I form themselves into association
the of which an departing for the United States.
Atlantic ocean' The Board then adjourned Company, consequences A bald-headed man who has heard that '
I were far more disastrous than that of the I and through general business head manage LOCKPORT, N. Y., August 5.-CaptainJ.
until to-morrow at 9 a. m. the hairs on a man's head are numbered, ''
their business and sell their own
own
night Press.agentSomerville D. Rhodes, of Salamanca, a swimmer
", .. TUESDAY AUGUST 7. preceeding know if there is not some place
wants to do who
other business
goods, just as men of note life
of the Western Union Company, said some havingia preserving armor -
..
Board convened pursuant to adjournment this morning that twenty wires were cut where he can obtain the kick numbers.Mr. expect to prosper. You cannot get any patented by himself, who, in- '77,

; Members present Messrs. Wesson, on one route and fourteen on another be- Bucki, of the Empire Saw-Mills at I other class of men to send you the goods dived from a staging 100 feet high, near

chairman,'and Hardee,Morrow and Friar. tween Passaic and Elizabethport, N. J. FJlaville, has made arrangements with the i which they produce upon terms which the ferry landing at Niagara River, now

County .Treasurer, H.. S. Williams, Steamship Company to ship send with security whatever
These were wires to Philadelphia and Mallory you yours no writes to Superintendent Nealson, of
tamed over' to the following: $564.84in other points in the Southern division. about 100,000 feet of lumber to New that value will be received therefor. To Prospect Parr, 'Niagar Falls, that_ he

county: warrants, general fund;$707 82 Twenty of the Mutual Union wires were !York weekly by that line. proceed in such way only makes you will use his armor and give '$1,000 bond

in warrants on Building Fund, cashed; cut between Kingsbridge and Scarsdale. The JHirror of Fernandina, says that the laughing-stock of villainous sharpers, to swim the'rapids and whirlpool,'and" he

and$465.63 in Interest-Bearing warrants At Tarrytown twelve Hudson river wires divers have been at work at the old wreckof who think that men who will do businessin desires to make "arrangements with the

On motion G. S. Hardee and W. H. are down and eighteen wires on the Eastern the steamship Austin to rai.+e the boil- such a way ought to be robbed, and park company, offering to dejjbsit; $1,000 .

Friar were appointed a committee to bum Circuit were destroyed between Port ers and machinery which have been sub- they are about right in that. with them as1 security. An 'oil barrel

the above-named scrip in the schedule Chester and Greenwich, Conn. Cross-; merged for nearly two years. AS TO THE HOW.I half full of water, then headed tight,and

thereof amounting to $1738.29 of the arms were sawed off in the latter instance The Americus Hook and Ladder Com- propose to base what liave to offer decorated with Sags, went safely throughthe

,General, Building and InterestBearingwarrants. and the wires cut beside. pany of Jacksonville, have notified the upon the most common sense and practical rapids yesterday, and at no'time was

... The committee reported the The Western Union Company has em- City Council that unless a suitable truck business methods. entirely submerged.: .
cud burned and .. ,. '
were discharged.On
scrip
The business of the man who lives by
the furnished within
ployed detectives to ferret out perpetrators house be thirty days Truck Farming in South Florida.
motion Messrs. Hardee and Morrow the product of the soil, is first to make it
It is the dissolved.A .
will be
of the wire cutting. the company Thus far the growing of:vegetables has
here committee to examine
appointed a then transport his surplus to market and
general opinion that the striking linemenare train on the Jacksonville and St been moderately successful in this section..
the books of the Treasurer. The
com- sell it. The best results are obtained when
mittee examined the Books of the Treas- answerable for the injuries. The com- Augustine Railroad. ran off the track on Some men have made huge sums of mon-
he can it in his own con\"eyanceand
H.'s. Williams and that pany is considerably put out by this new the 6th inst. five miles out of St. Augus carry ey, but the great majority have made
urer, reported sell it himself. Because then he saves the
method of warfare. At the headquartersof tine. No one was hurt and it jg'not only fair profits on their investment.
they found them correct and asked to be cost of transportation and commissionsfor
relieved done. the Brotherhood of Telegraphers it was known what caused the accident. Nevertheless, taken as a:whole, the busi-
which was selling. But the Florida man cannotdo
On that the emphatically denied that the cutting was Of the published at Key West, ness has warranted not only continuance,
motion, it was ordered papers this, his market b too far old. -
being done by the striking linemen. nominates Geo. W. Allen for Con- but even extension, and herein lies the
Board approve the bond presented by S. Humstoue one I Then he must do the next best thing,

H. Ray, Treasurer of Brevard county, August Superintendent gress, another nominates him for Lieut. get it carried to market on the best terms danger to our truck farmers.
of the Western Union Telegraph Company Governor and still another for President Men who made money on three acres
Florida) for the sum of Five thousand wires had he can, and employ a man there to sell it
dollars. The bond was approved and ac said this morning that the and That's the way for him to get his name whom he can hold responsible for the last winter are speaking of planting ten
not been disturbed during the night and even twenty the next, imagining that
o cepted.: This method b
proceeds. practiced by an
were all working satisfactorily.It up.The because cleared five hundred dollarson
On motion the bond of B. C. May, a* that committeeof : citizens of Bradford county aretaking association, while it b not by individuals. they
rumored to-day a
was three must clear
acres they necessarily
County Surveyor, was approved and accepted I steps toward getting up a hand- SOW FOR THE PLAN.
had been appointed to con-
the strikers three thousand dollars on thirty acre?.
of
: illustrated descriptive pamphlet form its
some Let shipping point own
fer with President Eckert, of the Western every But this is far from necessarily
being -
On motion it was ordered that the petition the that section for the purpose of inducing branch association, and when a sufficient very
Union, to ascertain upon what terms a result. A ,few men with capital
of Gabriel Gingras and others for them back into immigration-5,000 copies will be printed.A number of these have been organized,
company would receive enough and what is equally a factor, the
straightening of public road, beginningat timely monolr'oCahoon elect delegates to form a
It stated that this movement -
its employ. was executive and administrative ability will
the southwest corner of A. W. Har- of the Broth- ) of Melrose, on the 2nd inst STATE 4SS CIATIO '.
was to be independent succeed in increased ratio with the en-
dee'sland and running along quarter section erhood. The story was emphatically denied attempted to put an end to his existence'' The State Association to elect an Executive largement of their operations, but with

line'until it intercepts Wilkinson's by many of the strikers, who say by taking a dose of laudanum containing Corninitteee and authorize them to the majority the reverse b the case. Thereare

road running to Lake Poinsett, thence that they never lead greater confidencein three ounces. The timely aid of several carry out the plans of the State Association many men in South Florida who will
atongatid road east until it intercepts doctors saved his life. He had threatenedto '
their leaders, and that there arc no and supervise the general business succeed well with five acres and ho more ;
present county road running ,south, be commit suicide a few days before: but
such indications of weakness as the rumor during the recess of the State meetings, because their capacity for management b
accepted and the road commissioners it supposed that he had given it
was up. being responsible to the State Associationfor
I would imply. limited. Instead of seeking to 'enlarge .
were ordered to lay out the same, provided CHICAGO, August 10.-The Western The St. Augustine Press says the new their conduct. their acreage they would find it more

the that the parties through whose laud Union officials this morning, state that I. boiler for the dredge boat which was Each branch association can arrangefor profitable to pay greater attention to the

1 road runs, open and put in thorough all the wires on thePittsburgFort Wayne made at Erie, Pa., arrived in that city on its home shipping agent, and in addi- same number of acres. Better cultivation -

order the said new road without expense and railroad, numbering fourteenin Wednesday afternoon. The toiler will tion to the owner's brand, place the brand intelli-.
Chicago
to more pains, a larger or more
the county. all, have been cut, and that a number be placed aboard scows and towed to the of the State Association! upon each pack gent fertilizing-all these will cause each

of On motion it was ordered that the sum of arms supporting wires have been torn dredge boat and put into position. Workof age. Then it goes upon its journey to acre to produce considerable larger crops

one hundred and fifty dollars be paid oft The Brotherhood deny all connec- dredging will then be continual with market, and through the market protected than the previous year, at little if any additional :
Messrs.
--- for Fisher and Froscher on contract tion with wire cutting in this city. vigor by the Canal Company.The by the power of the State Association, expense. For instance we hear 0

finishing the court house. Board then 1 it- Tavares Herald of the 2nd iDi t. which may be made sufficiently formidableto of five acres of land that yielded last
adjourned until to-morrow at 9 m.WEDNESDAY. best iron preparation, and the
a. The
very says: "We regret to announce that last secure careful handling and just returns winter about a hundred and twenty-five
ii Brown'sIrOll
The AUGUST S. one having the largest sale, Friday the residence of Captain W. J. for every package. Your State Executive bushels of tomatoes to the acre, and the

Board met pursuant to adjournment Bitters. ... .. Jarvis, Superintendent of the St. Johns Committee can arrange for the I producer was delighted. Now the fact" f IH

Members present, Messrs.Wesson, Eustb Railroad Glendale sale of all association goods, either by responsible ,
ehairman It is said of the Boston girls that they and Lake at that these five acres should: have yielded

,, and Hardee,Morrow and Frir.Witreai are so awfully cultured they never speakof was destroyed by fire. The family were commission men, or by sale ) from two hundred to two hundred and '

the time for the final settle- it as the "Sweet By-aud-By. They : absent at the time, leaving only a servant houses of your own ; can place inspectors' fifty bushes to the acre, and would have
inoit by the tax collector with the State i three children the at the end of all through lines of shipmentto
and call it the "Saccharine Subsequently. and two or on place. done so, if the culture had been different
; county for taxes of 1SS2 having ex- ., .. How the fire originated is not known,but receive the goods from the roads and and better.

Pired on the first Monday in July 1S83; A scientific chemical compound that it is supposed to have broken out in the i deliver them to the salesmen, so that you What; therefore, we need in South

Tfaefore it was Roared by the Board of gives health and strength is Brown's Iron kitchen. As soon as the alarm was given. can know what condition the seller receives Florida is an increased acreage resulting

County final Commissioners that the time for Bitters. .. the neighbors hurried to the scene, but them in, and if damaged by the from a larger number of person engaging

settlement of the same be extended Saturday night too late to save anything. The entire carrier make him pay for it ; can contract in the occupation and, next\thoruum

*& the first Monday of November 18SS i. During an altercation cut in building and contents, including all the with the railroads for the most: favorable cultivation. Another thing not to be
severe
and a new warrant issued to the collector.On last Miles Burley received a both colored. furniture and wearing apparel of the terms of transportation by refrigerator ignored is the necessity for early production. j
the face by Jim Gallmau, The farmer who can send cucum- 1
motion the
Clerk it was ordered that wounds were attended to by Dr. Gary. family, were consumed. The total loss is cars,, and by placing a distributing agent bers to market in March or April will 1
His
of the Board of County Commissionen constable July Brown succeeded about twenty-five hundred dollars. There at such places as Waycross; can direct "coin money," hence small patcbtlhouM' j

be instructed to inform the Sheriff that Wednesday Gallraan who now was not a dollar of insurance on the prop the goods to where they are wanted each be looked after specially with a view tu I
therefs: no acting sheriff and no deputy in arresting : and thus extra early l'rodcctiono-Tlmul 11,'old.s !
day prevent a surplus being
Bcnncr-lann. erty.
to act in his stead, and that: the Board requests- languishes in jaiL-Ocala II I I II

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;to.. ; ,f.-aaN. Ji"L I. ThViook Abouija Po4ij'9W Md ) owet r''mnclithey may differ iJppn Germany. and:! ry much bett7* ": .
that
; .*r':..u,.. '''' bywulardPleke: ; .. icy points of behavior, all agree in any are madeIn-PraW/i "'" .

r' )* RyaddJB. .. ,I asked Professor Flake to 'tell me telling,us that one should not eat with cannot compete. ,with theJ best: .' t
......,.. -: ...o..A- strings in point of
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te A" ;":"""' "'T" about bis collection of the the knife.: Now, this isa, ;questioning I I
::3K 'oD'.u...:.;, ;To Europ* In rf lv* Dar!. btritbh, .the ttptf scbolar'ank poet of age, when .the.caustic intellect ol the the latter, not mprpthaoLwill y4tone }-' .;

I i saflMSSfiS88- Mr.'Jamea B .TbbmpionWho.built Italy:.!SQO,'yeaIstgo, ,. who,was crowned rising generation bites into .all, assertions be absolutely comet..

;;; I "Anl la 1*nf'thB'CuBard'llne: and ,'with. 'the' laurel wreath ,at 'Rome. .which our predecessors have;.accepted throughout{ but; "tBe

;J'. 4A.d G tM'1'* ;tias; who fa-*very< __n h.. ahipwright, ,:"'" en.!.' 'he said"; "it is a short story,. as axioms, and it may not be out maker 'in Italy,' *! irT;"" -.

'; Ua.'Por' psiic 'koiisrli eo a+ red .rt rr 'Jot,been making forecast touching. the !, hardly. telling "I.acquired' 0.new. of place to inquire.if there is any good, process of his own,,secure.&IM ':
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He
,! ,l 4m1ecwwa4a. ooeea steamships: of the future.:' interests in Petrarch in 1880.while. in existing..reason why man should not tees, ,perfect.. accuracy .. ; ,. -.4,
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' Bat. vii.4Irietiii$ tM loveik 0 predicts!they. :wfll have'two' acrews seventeenknob in- .,Venice, and I got 'an edition ofhis carry food' to his mouth with a knife, every thing ,he ,makes. : ".!. '". '::,

r ="' ;1.l' 1'atead'of. ,one, but instead of,.. works in Italian and''read them to my The prejudice against the use: of .the make more than sixty or one ,

s,' Anl5 ;;::b e ,1ta&1011.:...; I:. an bout bey. will go at wilibecoil-the rate wife as we went np the'Nile. We had knife grew up when .the guests at ;!'Ilj''. bundles>> a year, but his atringt_"_' : _

"'. ,, f!'" "" G' Iu..f'S.. I of'twenty knD ts. Butthey our own private boat, so,that,we were Anglo-Saxon dinner> party brought iljeir. flO per bundle here--cost thti-, :
.ADCltHIIUII aaa eeefl irur tke ten e. 'pasiengers.'onlp/- 'Freight
, OfaJkythalao flNi e thew"The 'iStrnctedfpf: independent of timetables, and we knives with them.to the feast, and cut i iI impo r-w.lrlle.; .other Itadlaii'are i fitiih i

mm* hat It utarai%r* When'"' 4'.4 a4le1L'. that ,work The passenger On return- $1.50. The Italian makes'great '
together.
;, ;\". .j.r' ". .J'oJ" <' boats and sight-seeing dishes.. Now, it,.is. .obvious that it ,:
For aeio:uaJ9i..txpxawoa.Aat -. ateamerswill really be ferry' ling, to Paris, my wife was prostratedwith would be improper to eat with the knife. advanta..ee .raw, 1JI t t.;,..;
iau aee| are Bar of kin. I will irob4blylearethedayiftertheyairrive which she'died and thin fine free from fat an "" {
of
the disease ,
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. And they,fcaUow thfe lite'w1deJa" without aa"there will be no freight to which was to be put.!into, the common ;, "*:y
; and, while watching by her bedside I began smooth all around, so that I
*" "" ,- <* vV*r '*'- dish. Our refined ancestors, therefore, they
: Were all doit,aad hurry, send din.. discharge, they would only be :;detained, the hole instead of
bad cards
.. .'*! iy-t' ' I provisions fuel this collection. I some printed conveyed their portions to their,mouths ; having.to ,\."\
to take on ,
long; enough asking for Petrarch literature and as we must. ,That gives to.LM
.' cut them .
,0 after
{ their having
,. {** ;.t : r : Hence the' with fingers, T -J
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and the snail passenger circulated them all The pletgd strings a durability
over Europe. and
Refined tnamii
:. From-Demoreet: the will ''make fifty out ,with their case knives.. f 1:
future
of "
". if .? __dt f steamer : trips than at present. result was the collection of a library of ladies.then.would have had reason: or that we cannot attain. ,No gat hinj'.il
percent. more 2000 volumes of Petrarch In the incredi- strings are manufactured in this
SpeeutaUnE
TlieChiegoiiii.lanothing: : not apeculator. I The 'whlch', is ,little over bly short space of two years. did not eat with his fingers. The well- try. ..., _., j.. .,.., ...-of .......
voyages last year;
Of the 500 editions'of his works extant -: : :tf:
bet not.only,on: grain made
.' 09 between New: York known saying that "fingers were
seven and
i days I have all but For:the Prudent.
in languages Housek '
bgten There many ,
; and stocks, )als 1Jrylife. queenstownsnd'oncee arrived from before forks"was once replied .to by .a ..nar
in the.chief I half a' dozen. I have the first edition assertion thathis' --, ..
the rtablespoonful ,
.. are" over twenty inOividoals abroad in 6 days, 18 hours, and 37 mIn- clever Bostonian by ';
of I linoie'wbose lives are insured ; of,the sonnets and Italian poems, dated But when forks A of
city utes.. The best time made by any ftnge,were not. : .turpentine'bditf&.
forflOO.OOO over.,'>WmV. Farewell steamer is that of the "Stirling Castle," Venice, 1470-for that I paid $1000.' I came in and supplanted fingers the reason with your white clothes will greatly. ] :Ilia
-thatlcitt has written to 'his, credit .1 have the second edition, Rome, 1471, I for the of the
;; in the China tea tradewhich has made the prejudice.against use whitening process.
and the third edition Padua 1472 the i .. -
$223,000 when he dies: ,Two, hundred the knife faded away, and our sensible '
i 18.4: knots an: hour. The. "Oregon, A HANDSOME L'AMBREQrriNt fo[ .
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others inhip: o dare insured tot$50,000and ; finest of all. This was compiled by Car findingit
forerunners of the last century
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dinal 'Bembo from what declared ,
pie for were
over thousand their small
balance
overhand to
I 120,000 andnptrard.; Among the prom-. time than that. .In other words, to be Petrarch's original manuscriptsnow etables impossible the two-pronged forks veg-of blue satin, with a'band of plush'or"irel-.**.

inent men f 'Eastern,cities.who carry before. the year 1900 a trip. to. Europe, lost.' During the last year I have the period upon used their knives fearlessly, vet across the bottom. The'satin sbouJdTte > '
: will only take a little over,five days. fringed out to form the finish'loaf
large amoanis, at .msurance",we will passed my time in the libraries of Flor- and in a few old families the knives j

name Cyrus W: F eld, of New, York, ence, Bologna, Venice and Padua in' with their rounded edges and broadenedends the satin paint or embroider some staftr

who has 1290,000'; F. ,BEoberts, New the morning, visited book-sell.eraln the still exist, showing the manner of of,golden rod,with a butterfly$flutterinf,
and in them. Another pretty to &L:; i'i,
afternoon the catalogued way
evening -
Charles Pratt ,
York $200,000 Brooklyn -
; a bygone age, as fossils show the animal "
POOOOO;Alexander Barrett, New I The. Wisdom-of Simplicity. my purchases. ,I have been to world of the Silurian period. bracket is to have simply a band'of rf

;:York, $260,000;:P. W.J de, Voe, ,New One of TurgenetFs latest tales has'a every place where Petrarch ever lived, But, .within the last few years, since fringed-out crimson satin "tacked' -towith pit-'-
to his birthplace to the town where he a delicate vine painted, in cnTpr.
York ;(QPiene.LOrl11ar J; New He recounts ,
,. shrewd touch of humor. silver forks have come into use, knives r't
York $ 5 << ) James Park J 'Pitts- went to school, to the various cities of water-colors. on it. .. :
,; ;; how: Giafar, the renowned vizier of Ha- are not allowed to approach the mouths, ;z;
burg/1$mOT' .1.:;:W', H.. gangly, 'Gillipolis roun Alraschid, while yet young and his sojourn,to the home of his Laura," and a host at a dinner would prefer that To CLEAN STRAW MA'l"1Th'W. Wit

,: 0.;s; $$3OOOOOi.,1Iarle' .; Runk, undistinguished, rescued a mysteriousold to the place where he took priest's his guest should backbite their neigh- with weak salt and water and ch):fir#:> '

AUentowa, Pa,$300,000; G.K.Anderson -. man from assassins, and afterwards Olden, to Montpelier, where he'studied bors or make puns, rather' than that well, or boil a small bag of.bran in,tWp.-->

,TituvOle, Pa., $ 5.900. .. Visited this old man at his request. Theo law, to Avignon, where he saw life, to they should eat with their knives. It gallons of water wash the:,,nattfaij:

man took Giafar by the hand ,and the beautiful valley of Vancluse, wherehe is obvious that the objection that the with the water, drying it welL
AnthrjBhlp Canal." .. led him into a garden inclosed by>high wrote, to the little village of Arqua, mouth may be cut by the knife, is not When washing lisle thread gloves,d
The peculiar snocess. ,of the Suez walls in the midst of which'grew a where he died, and from every place I tenable ; one might as well assert that use soap; instead of that put stew...?,

Canal has' started' similar enterprises all strange tree, in semblance like a cypress brought something.If. A. CrojfTiw. the sharp points of the fork 'are likelyto spoonful of ammonia in >one"quart.of'

over the globe.: De Leaeepe''great canal only its leaves were of an azure hue. put out the latter's eye. It is simplya water. ."If washed this way; then is ao.-

across tM Whm..MtP-JUUlU\11 now.well; Upon this tree hung three apples; one prejudice which holds'sway over human danger of there being spots andstreabr

,under way. .The .project for another of longish shape and white as milk; Horticulture minds and which people observe, 'I' in the gloves, as there' would,almost;

canal between.the Atlarittc,and Pacific the second round and red; the third just as they retain two buttons over the certainly"be if washed in I the so-

Oceans across ,Nicaragua,,has'all,been little, shriveled and yellow. Youth," coat-tail, long after the reason for them way.

mapped:.out and baa earnest believers, said the old man,' "pluck and eat one HYIIKID PERPETUAL ROSES.-The has ceased to exist. The prejudice is To CLEAN PAINT.-When' palntcd'' *

among,whom,is .GeD r '1.Gra L. The of, these apples. If''thou, eatest the Hybrid Perpetual Roses being hardy, so deep-rooted that courts have taken work is badly discolored put a 'tab1&l

money has.been raised for connecting white, thou wilt be the wisest of men ; and embracing nearly all colors,. from judicial cognizance it. Not long agoa spoonful of ammonia water, into a'quarti!}
the Atlantic,wit .the Gulf, of Mexico richest if the purest white to the richest crimson,
if the red, thou wilt be the ; German traveler was eating a pieceof moderately hot water and with; the'1 I'*

across the upper part of the peninsula' of the yellow, thou wilt be singularly ac- are deservedly a very popular class of Bologna sausage in a railway train; aid of flannel wipe oft, the surface.:

Florida. A' French 'company :have ceptable to all old women. But make roses. They are of easy culture, not using his knife. The train 'suddenly Rubbing is not When- the'z t:

raised.I8OOOOOO..to complete the old speed .the charm loses its virtue within requiring but benefited by protection at necessary. '
; stopped,just as the edge of the knife discoloration is not tlie fono1rii
Scheme to construct a ship canal to connect an hour.".Giafar ruminated with much their roots with mulching of leaves or his great,
was against mouth, and the man's method is With ofy
apiece
Delaware and Chesapeake Bays. evergreen boughs during winter. They ,preferable. .
perplexity "If I know everything, cheek was badly' cut. The man'suedthe clean flannel clean Sarni aa-
wet with
This canal is to be feet thrive well in rich soil but best in ,
twenty-seven thought he, "I shall know more than is any ,
for damages but the claim
company ter and then dry take
deep and one hundred and seventy-one good for me; if I become too rich other a well prepared stiff loamy soil,carefully was not sustained for the reason that it squeezed nearly quality"as ,

feet wide at low tide. When this canalis 'other men will envy me.. I witi eat the top-dressed with good rotted stable up as much whiting of the best "
is not good mnnners to eat with a knife. '*
will adhere this with moderate
flniAhed Baltimore will 'become a yellow' apple." And he,did so.. The manure in the fall. The term perpet- apply
commercial ..This is* work tual might lead to think rubbing to the painted work, and"after-
great city. a old man laughed with',his 'toothless some they are as '
by the way, which should have been mouth, and exclaimed: Good youth! constant bloomers as the everbloomingroses. Making Fiddle Strings. ward wash the surface with clean water :t

undertaken by the;United States. But in sooth thou hast chosen the better This is not the case. They and rub it 'dry' with 'cbamoialeather.

the American people seem determinednot part; What need hast thou of the flower-freely in June and at short intervals Violin, guitar and banjo strings, and This method is superior,to the

to let.their Government make theneceA."N'1 white ,apple; thou art already wiser during the summer and fall. strings of all,sorts that come under the use of soap, requires but half the' ttofr''

river. I and harbor improve- than Solomon., Nor needst thou the BRINGING Simuus INTO general head of "gut," are made from and labor, and leaves the surface Cleaned .. !

ments. It is political death, to any red apple, either; thou wilt be rich Before the buds start this 8I1APE'-1 the entrails of lambs and.cattle, from ,looking.. as good as new. It will"not( \ ..

Congressman:who votes for an appropriation enough without it, and none will envy time to impart a symmetrical form to rthe I delicate threads" used, for sewing injure delicate colors. ,..

of this kind, however needful it tliee." "Venerable sage," responded ornamental shrubs. In order to pre- I 1. racket-ball covers up to the half-inch ;

may be. Very important and necessary Giafar, "deign to indicate to me the vent a check to their vigor, cut back the thick round belts. After. a lamb, is ,. An Honest Boy. '

works, which,were,under way, are now dwelling of the august mother of the branches which are too long, before the seven months old its entrails are no. ___ ;Tri n-.;.:.;..

going to ruin 'because Congress at its Commander of the Faithful. The old buds open. If much out' of shape'this longer fit for making strings for violins ; There were a dozen of us waiting "

last session did not,dare' ,to appropriate man bowed to the ground and showed work may be done in two or three successive consequently this branch of the manu- around the depot at Chattanooga to take:

$7,000,000 to keep up the work already the way. And Giafar is he grettets a years. Avoid the stiffness sometimes facture can only be carried on a few the train for Atlanta, and pretty soon a.

began. subject in Bagdad. resulting'from shearing and allow months in each year. All the work of stout, red-faced and high-tempered man, .

I a natural and graceful" outline. Nearly making gut strings is about the same, from Columbus, 0., began jawing about
.
Cheap Telegraphy.f every place new or old may be improvedby but greater care has to be exercised in the way he had been bled by the waitws

In Great Britain a telegram of twenty Trouble Over Small Debt. setting out ornamental shrubs of preparing those intended for musical at the hotel, and added that there wasn't :
words with the address can be sent to
which they are now deficient, providedthe instruments than others. The processof a single honest nigger south of .Mason,

any part of ihe kingdom-.for one shilling space they are to occupy is not manufacturing those is comparatively and Dixon's line. "I beg your pardon,.
about cents of Horace Horton, of Athens, Tioga
twenty-five our already crowded, and without encroach- simple, but far from easy. When the but I must differ with you, remarked a.
of
On the Continent where the county, borrowed twenty-five cents
moaey. ing ou desired breadth of clear lawn. A entrails, for which a good price has to man from South Carolina.' "Differ be
Governments have control of the tele- Gil Clark, giving a note for the amount be ,
Prothonootary's : few kinds may be named which are paid, are thoroughly cleaned, they hanged I" shouted'' the fat man. "I,
Clark entered the note in the
rates
the much In
graph are cheaper.
with
are split
the finest a razor. Only one-half is
among ornamentals. Deutzia wouldn't trust one of 'em out of sight,
and Switzerland for instance office and a fifa was issued on it.
Belgium fit for in violin
when gracilis, as well as deutzia scabra or use strings. That is the with a 10-cent piece." "Oh, you cer-
The Sheriff seized Horton's team
there are half-franc telegrams-that is, ,
crenata weigela viburnum upper or smooth half. a The lower halfis
,
plicatum, tainly misunderstand them. I'll bet you
claim and took
Josh Lull the an
paid
something leas than ten cents.of our
/ spir a prunifolia Persian lilac fatty, rough and of unequal thick- the $10'
of the judgment. A friend : prunue cigars that if I give one of 'em a
money-while in Paris the. telegraph assignment
Horton drewon triloba, purple barberry, silver bells ness. The strips are put through rollers bill to get changed he'll return as
sj stem is supplemented pneumatic offering Horton assistance paneled hydrangea turned by hand for eight or nine days to
and
the Give
but the hardy straight as a string. "I'll do it.
for half him for twenty-five cents,
tubes carrying post-cards a take all the stretch out of them.
azaleas and ,
hardy Then
rhododendrons. The the win
your to that by
money chap .
Afterwards
draft went to protest.
franc. The English Government p diun418'for they
strong growing roses are spun or twisted. Five or six "
are not to be dow. The gentleman walked over,,
Fuller and Fred Sherman sent
million what was worth Geo.
ten strands
omitted provided they can have go to make an E string, eightor took
more than their check on the bank for the amount, a good nine A a bill from his pocket, and quietly
breadth of mellow, rich soil.-Country an string, and twenty are put said change
: "Boy and
seven millions j H no great has been the signing it Fuller, Sherrusn& Co., but Gentkman. into a D string. Then they run up-town get
go througha for this." "Yes the reply
increase of business. due to govern- the bank, having no such account OR bleaching bath of, sulphur sah, was .
fumes.
1 fifteen
ment control, that the shilling rate is ,. their books, protested the check and After that they are twisted as the youth hurried out. In about
again. to
soon to be reduced. The address will, sent it back. Then they are softened in minutes he returned, walked up ,
pearlash and
as heretofore, be free, twelve cents will Now the query seems to be : "Howcan water, again subjected to the action the Carolinian, returned the bill

be charged for six words, eighteen cents this matter be satisfactorily settled Au old story is being revived of a the sulphur fumes, twisted again dried of said : "Went all ober, sah, but couldn'tget

for twelve words, and twenty-five cents, so that Mr. IIorton may have the un- prayer-meeting being'held fir a poor and finally rubbed down smooth, it busted." He was rewarded witha

as now, for twenty words. Telegraphing doubted legal ownershi p of his horses, fellow's relief who had broken his leg. pumic stone. Altogether it takes with dime, and the Buckeye, after a greatdeal
ten
in this country is under' corporate and not be in constant dread of an While Deacon Brown was praying a or eleven days to make a string. of puffing and blowing and wondering

control, and we ate charged more than attachment? And further, there are tall fellow, with an ox-goad knocked at done they are each seventy-two 'When over it paid the cigars. As we.

any other country on earth. All our prothonotary and sheriff fees, and notary the door, saying, "Father could not long-four lengths for a violin-and inches boarded the train I asked the winner:

family and business secrets are confided fees, and fees'for exchange and 11". come but sent his prayers in the cart." thirty of them coiled "Did you' know the boy?" For

to; the employees,, of,Mr. Jay Gould, exchange, which are constantly aug. They were potatoes, beef, pork and tied together make up the separately"bundle"and answer he took the bill from his vest '
/
[ the amount of the bill. corn." of pocket and unfolded it. It was a $l/)'
wbo, through his control of the tele- : menting I the trade. We can make just as good Confederate notef








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oinstft iaaartundanae ;"" : .b., ; fob'81'b0.aud:79: .. .: :. 27sJ37el22s .t.. ,.36 .' '.b ;. i'"*.* vsJtr td' 'lt1 ti( u Lt.rl1: .
.2 ,thperiaee'ebatl: Otattg' h11 '..' ri ffodgskin H'yTjtusfP: Lot.G lock 6 TitusvillefxlttstrTp ..:. .::..... 3 85e ... .JJ6 Parties.having.menev4o: pu JIlort- ,
tii -.tlandetilt2idrol.rateMallhin6tn tROWNS', IDo %I a a,. hart, H L... .. .. .Z. 'gaicS'Wi11'fida. : Cif u J A

, : ae'ntoWcgtdpletc'dvdataeM f ..... ..,,JinP. not c tjtaii,1:h RlcyiT: hunt, S6phiaiaim 18 DelespjncvT Grabs:..: i 23s 84* 1360.90 3., 4 ( oubted securi t pt'. .-.f1ti1.JJi' -"a" i\h\ '

rltd.pW8IX1, li-r 1 j .' or alcohol/and: 'wail not 'rf EoldenDL..e foot 1... .. .........J: pJrA 1936s41e 95,5 5.03 r. t -ft.'....1. tC"t 1 t.1'rv i1ld't.t.thu ;t..r

.. { + -t.J blckea'the/teeth or!:cap H ', Holden'NancyA.trr'' t2 I Z d 3.:... .:... .,,,. ..18 36s 41e 153 40 7,54 .. .1. i. .. M '\. ,.., ,)j'
!. .Whyw': 'in .:C : .well''', ,.'l sty I'If Hetm1i.r: x'xt. } t*2 f3. ,1. .... .::. .. 29 36s 41e 150,00 7.54Hayne.
't' i ipind t'1 :
. : ".n08om ltfou eg : Ou' >t1I If t ... ird'tditipatibh.LZ.i $ ;.'.' ..,.. .. .g} and n w7i '6f nej ana o:. .. ... ... neat Estate Pta efi( i ou" aYe: i1 .
land mi "cOI.1.aense sa'anugtve .n4. 'inditt .u t v t :
poled s &, *
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I I : lrf,f ,"' .. .-' <11I. ', 3 20s 35e35p 80,0( 4.02 exchange i'or to-Ietj."m e8eire priJh4L
., nr L.-If is may- be. correct mionnartibainregard It es" I 4 h.1.: .i..,um)4 sirs 10' ">:':.0 4. If. MaAi, John::. ':r'. Lot-2 andu'e #'b !iv'}}1 t .... ,... 2121, 72,5Q 3.62 ,,attention: jI t : (.. .-' s+tlf h t :'iparrJ .

,nflSierous -' : .; Johnston Jr,9 A : 1v1 of u:1:1 +... ..... .. 30 '
28s 30e '
lovtne Spamsli i 'iesshessl .t :ZZ1 eSS.nervQUdebdity : : n } svv } 40.W .81 jiTitu ville.M.y SI18St. '1:1'Y.,4fl't 1. tf. rt. ',
, 0lfnt8e1"iJJ iii state. nrle IDSnteI11S ..*-1 ,1' l & -. *:.:... Jayjs Theodore:t:.., ficactiogal; Z t l} ; .... I435s40e 8,02 ..100ltepnedyWJ..Partlot.1. '
1i. .' AYeakriess. CL. ,. ... : ..... 33 24s36e5 1.00 Tii usvilesaerl. ,\
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: .. .* '.3 iW- rviontrBrownsIron : ,
: fiSAZre'lahds ate aaaSfe t..t\6.. ; \ ... : .
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I I .} : '.'. ; 36e a2 '".51 1" : "'
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11irtnle:another yiU say t l at '''tnl) .are no) totters-na.il': ?. Lmna;T W.; ..;.'... Li aHIS"6 .t biilk'R.1 ', 3223e i-...i. it9 -.'. ,t.' '; "':" T ,t

; tb"=bii .:.tb tf1!1 ,. IS.rneaia1Ca.DalamvK.lfrutse4.3t.redUucsz' trade-mark oa wrapper; .' :, ,,. 15b1 &uO1Ilie..;.,... 16 27.37i ". 89205,4615d)7 pSm .. ... -nfJg ."" ,tt

'them taxable.., 'See ;Session ,'LaW 1883; I,.I ,.4 1.**. /. V. ":1' 1.. iJ. ->* V Lanning, W H,. H1nwjof 371,75 If J nmIwmvm: ST1 A3f! !P: hl 'it'
. tti Ji j'A1I.f t w : ,. t. t :; 1uaw. t'i. 0It:," ':(.l t.-n I ne t.-s.-*..:; 4O,00.:. :,.
typ&-luB,B 'f' ... Lot 2'ree:Sand lots 2:3 and 4> in ar :: :r t; :::r: 4 tJ J.. -U ; yj.t },q, .r,1'"

. iriiiiffli& Stefejlfottafcd iiie'fecnp' .'n .'..* /* :'.'f.'..il. u,4...... .t.:4\i... :;. C9r .. rears for'80"arid 79...-.,*. ,,..*,,.,.,. 8 2 atie ) .'.. t i ." &"W" ':.& .t.. \ .\ttt.
, _W tlfir- fbe '".' ''0&f'; ...# -. .'. '. f'." 6.I"'l. Long, J A. .:.. .. e } of s e } .'..:..:.. i.... .V..... 2&30e X0,00 2.01 ,=-Fatt/iigbt-DrAft, 'Steel Hulf'\';

, *| ttatroQ>,iii the xnxinef pVVrldfyfcir'r' t'l.' :441l! :,(+ i 1,11: 'f' ') .;J.-l I.1.'b;' Leonard, C W'.,.. ... s J of Jot 3,in arrears for ''81.1...'.. 37s 41'eX40- .2.00 a 4l i !''''''' .... ( >>'lfft;" '!, ....-4I
.. 1 in arrears for'81.-.....;-.:.: 34 37s 41' 8,00 ,".52Littlefied r $fI
.. .*. ''Betitj ?':(ennnteratesirliftprdWrt : t f I. '''TH 'i att ,. CH E.T 'Hunt and Lob of n e } and vr j of s e V and w a i r .!.::: I ... .1'r!'niM eamerat,1Ir t e-.iIt 1

r istobe'eampt frdnV taaafiotfluikVbeara'to'be : t ," t .... ..'.. '81l> .. .
JHRESHERS1IUS Gleason : : of,in arrears for 80 and 79., 27a36c21s 480CH 8.04 'CINDEREIfuAf: ) i. :

All clear ftdllt to'm nateltitLand '.' McAfee, ... ........ u w corner of seie ..::.. .. ... ... ... 2 5e 500 .51 I' 'J<' ':- ..... I,,":. rrt .f'n"r(

, ; Grants are'ic'rie 1iII II a. onr t. rttefCU'Fa&Bmu..",. Moore, W B......>.., },lot 21iiock-D, TitusviHe;...*.... 32235C ,,42.48.08MeyerJ : .. t a ..C n'1.'V> $ 3IoP '+ .f M;.* tving
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.I1io. .$.tGTLelnltmmdTay. H.... part of s JpLlot 1. ..... .... ;. 8 25s 86c ,25 ::: : I.
i tra. a,% h other' and prroafeIa .. ;art of li w'J of n e |.:....::;..> 4 2Ss36e25a36c &6, 8.00 :, px uile aAd .splendid ICCommty oj te
,. ::(,.b. \ 4$ fix I JJ' !. "1' : ..jj c;.. '''1J' f Magrude'r' ,Ceo Ml-... LjOt O* Y* ** 4f \** 36 58,0 15.7T 2J pIe .P.3 d,1 j raiglitaypd: +, 'rf

"; 'but. itkppeard.itb Morel, Septima....., part of see. 4QBrerard Deeds Book B i . ,... .j W anged expressly fo Ma118gr 1 Jo
lild a-oEtr
: Nitw1 ] beaTitifulRiI
>tit I1ir 4l )1 t miner!( fJD nhtn1P. ASH'ttCASH! !.CASH ages[ 71etc;,jnarrcarn'81* 'SOand'? 40 20 359726.4342; (: rtwilliidakA'i'' u1Ar ttp5114 .* ?
11' J t.o. Moon/WP..j.v. part of o 1 of n w.t bounded'nwth. .... ..
pits the Staw''undeniabl njUnitedStates'Settatof I & .i of Maddox elc. 17 36e } Jur theAPtke, betty.-- t .
... ., .. ."" 't U ..'--: .) l jy'land 24s '12,51 8:09
ISiulYiMl t& ds'. .egtfitly WitH"B1d.. .r. MoragneNH.-.v. Lot 23, BTock, Ean'Gallie, in arrears fitnl1rin l"l \r :,;a t1fi I] ,f;:
soddfs i t. t.o'.a1 Ge.1 ifstlt '1i:: 'Uif! ( lJ' .1=T E'b ,..:J '1''f 1 I -. 'e for '81, '80 =and *19..1 27s 87e( : .i .:i.M !ij4JI }Iu.uJkl JI.lIlW. ; I"to

'f l .. edribtgdod'ritf 'tfh : itthtltijttldt'IRed4hy'dd J!,. r l '" il"'i'.oJ :.. .'" aT"Tlf Martin, /M..... ...., Lot 8, in arrears for ,'81, '80, arid'79 7 27s e's' $Mkf*: Tpudtingai"a3tinterniedWteTandingstwasfo11ot : I '
."" 11'Il ;tv Lot 5 Block B, Eau Gallie, in arrears % : .'.
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viehea t1 'mi1i I i .h.j, ,t1t.o
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1o'r'8180 1627s20s 37 l1+I.t 188;
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-: Ui-ais' i1 OOJ f4t A l' ."ut. : : Marshall, Cora -T. :. n partDotningj5! Aon to Grant Ypluiia ,. :.. ; .1c-.. ,. Tua 'stn' -tdl tj..Ir ';
1' f ieave's % :.
.tur"iWcir.s a6I18thwdpubkehed+ '1tfro I }." ; 'J .... ,"" j' .., .. ..I. deeds book D/iarreaJsM,'SO c'7 9 38 34 500McIntos1,4H. y..l f..; .utuVlUe... '" ,.' 1" J a. ., JJ ,,,,,,;,, ,\ <'

... All_Spanish-G'nt/arrears $ ,'b'5.43 31Ce1 uats., o o a: ',i ., ; : :...:..,'
.fer )tttotnt loner ")f P IMfr t6 &DQU&R1S .4' '!t1 J' !! ,A' :t !> :
; Tonis' >in 1 kfi Newton;3I A....:.:. w i of s eT, in arrears8t/.'80 and'79 26* h; 80)60 $$!' .
To from Doctor B. B. Wilson in *mJ fin t ST Q.Rit'. Otwell, W W-t.: LOt -t eci' O'anti lots 12; apd 3., .i.t 10 20 37c 1163,66 t8803teen'Bryantt9. I, BnndAys, at 10 ai'ni;the Rdpids "J-t..,;'

r ard.to these l BpanSff Gr nti j., "t:sfas J"J;. .. ,.n't : All of fractional sect XI zu d..1223f&1 i6000 .5 ; r t f.ai.2'p Iif ''''\1 ... .:!'.,6;.!,

The-HontnN.' aioner says: i af'1* ;...jll- t'i". ......,.' ', 1J,!' ,; Parker, Juo F & 31*J. n w,iof s w J sec..28i& Ve 1 df a/9,55 1 ....p.,..'t .' rVfKeepithefinfestoyeteTs ?! .a.kJ>>l'tar
Peterson Matilda.tPace J of w-.j.:. .. .. .. .. .. l 3 t. .
<< t" s w s 40,00 :
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In tnj8D !1 c aims'-4xa8ea upon com- .}rWtiSV tL .. FLORj'l l.A:1, .-- $. '- n>}:if n w };'arrears '81, '80 and '7* 2f 21 34r -. 4.02 1 ;,..u-:8;: '1.1't:.t 'h !fi! .ri'f iPassageorfreighb
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Pete t>II n4 requtri&g-'no patent'fetlm i' A'Jl--. ne-Jofa-w J.- t 20s22s OiOO 9.88 .apply tan'botird:' 11

the United States 'to" pass thE!:'fie, (H f, !, J;!" : ,L'1j', fi\qr: 11'13., 111':1r. Pritchard JS & 1III Strip ot lot 21 Delespine Grant. ... .. 1300,00 21.26 Staterooms twobe-wipglabertjia l' 10

,there are,such,) this government has io Li1 *at.'U -.as lI.i It'J : H. ;;..Jt .iI Pefbam, E.F.Perhatn .-.. ..*, Lot 1..t. 827s87 E 29,00 2101: 50 cents .1P..t ts.. r : h ..., 111' SO

ancerif ; beennnpedy :--..._'. .. ... 01w (...1 t.?...t .. A'-P..... .. 1 L'artoffccc and..w.A., G 2416e 8,00 2.01 .. .
the landg Wy'olvet-.have! ., PaftaiJPEussell 'l 3 W J 6f.S w'}:. ..... .'. .;> .-..v' 5 26s 30e 99,98 1.00 ithnet IUr...J. ':. :5ea a. tB' !'M 'f
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> t+segregated frpjai the mass of the : : Rihard, Lota 68-940-1 and 2 Jdynerville..,,. 3 22s 35e ..,j. 13.07 ... ,.\. N 1a'J'a .c 'J. .. r'-,frtl c''Amapwhgjrtjpteerpgirirpis

bBcflomaIni'and"aU4matters pertain 1 rMm l :, ilII Jai A.. .. :. Lot 3, see 21-iots 2/5/acid 6 and e .. .. own': ,
ics i t : } o s } ano n etof s w'4eee'21'& 28 34s 4Oe 32&.50 27.13 .
2ng x'-Rlion 'and requiring"presenl The Oldest and-Most; BeliaBle Place of k. r.. irhtfase j be ld'to itnoty that: ':J..
II nc qf :% 26s26s 30e 40,00
ttispn,11w. sAijM.'j..i.
: in ita 18 6m' -"iirfetl ; are natters, .. .* ** ; and of ri"\f'JV... 3135c .1,90, ,h'..! \ '. '' \: ",. C"Jt
.\.". .., ter ...L" ._ ",*' ,t't r n w J 39,87 \ .ti ;
';=oHwJ ., Rogers, '. rf u'} ofseofne },>arrears8l,80, & 7925 ? .30,00 -.80 ; < R. : tC"\ "

ir'ei; tI1s4'nTcessar?firYTrn1nLtolAttM -tsr .r.'r Self vi if.?-. : + s w 1-4 of s w-1-4...:.V.V... 20 'G 2921sl35 4Q,0020.10 ,tobo1 found ,Inf' .
." .uaw "i'l.1: :: j f'fJ' > eeymourt J J.%..... s jv18.of n w 1-4 of g( w 1-4. ..:... 28 15OCH .26 .
tt} te)>#.. norde r ., ......; ...... ... .. .." .' ",'........ .! A... 'f'" ett, F J3..f... n 1 of s w 1-4 and lots 5 and 6122s 36e '146,90 ",J i i'.1t.: :, .! Y7ltuavl e;at.nt. a. psi t 1

.\ tp pMsll tit1et ipa: ooadtlnedpnyatbM : I o t'rm'T !ln per! .Dca1i" w_ngtJJ1 '. a + and lot 2 ';. '. -v ; 34)24) ? 49,04 ..'j') ft* :7 .L ", .r toi .i y a f ,"It..

o ,, the. neition of&stn taxation A..oD'SERVED., DT STYL 79, iTEATrlQNS.I _
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.t ii.ttis and tb 'ral K".i 1i aiS : Sanders, 'W R# -.[P Lot.lnel4ofne:... .. .. ... ?.: ..: :::.: 37s ?1 "3650 1.76 '.
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; ,rrit. I # 4J. $o1ithF1 R RCo..I.ot5123&enw1-i&sw14dw1 30311527s 241,62i.404)0; -4.86 Plain. Fan'cy'Cake; made o. order...
11ifti.a t#.> ,:Y f* ioifT' .1 .

4rac? would Appear lTylerUP. .. .. ... s e corner of s e 1-4 of n e ]-4. .*. .., 2O-1s5 e ,5,00 ,51 v /trflaltogyloihtnf.. .!\> ...
flr81llm'goodA..ifd
thlit t>te chow-chowin rag" annually' ia t NotieTnt'afictiy' TiTracev. ,B : ?7s 37e 1(50,00( 5.03 : ..
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; :, ..... :,.. ; "' )<'. lil' '" lot) r. .:'1 A
'dnlg din could and' y. t John .. .. '1 n-a Mofnc 1-4.... :.. : 16 27s 32e 40,02 2.43 attache
ought to begone .. .tlto 1.1')0:..' 1 1J.J. I,r =Q .+ -'.r .9.' Unknovm' ..... Lot 2...-.. .. ...... :.::.... t.::...132 20s 57,00 2.82

r a siltl 'bp 3tQrcidtirig'Stattfl f roin'duin" "4" :'bought'kid old at this Stand: .'..: Yarnum,isancy;F.-.. Lot 15,block,Eau Gallia,arrears! .. .. \\35e1....,:: ... V*: From. yx&iie-jris to Titnsv a, ie. -

LefiishearfronisominiinWin ,-g_ ... .J[ .}f.s;;: :."! ;( ), o\ ... ,.' .u..' (orl8t, '89.89-d.!;9.". {..", ,..,"." 1 21 .. .. ..3G Leave Enterprise Monday: Wednesday and
'pt ItVlt regard thereto.onot .*- ,. 'V"L lli.W:.. .*.. ... n w I-tQh 1.1 arrears Sl80, &'79se14 24s' 40,00 2.42Wriglit'Ettma Friday. at 5 a. m. iA "- .
f'lF1Ji' .stite La.'the'' right" toto !."". ... 0ir .,s ;.' ...ISI ; M-.".:-. bl iT V1F .?../ .;..::':.: .. 20 26s 31e 40,00. '6.70 and Friday vest at TltntvOle 8pm. tommy, i Wcdrieicflxy r ... ,'
lor... .'>urtt> "' ''' .1't .J..,!) ,,' w Woodotaocee: estate of L t-iBI et-'r TltiisYilre.- ;;II...:.. .3 .323j ,'.:.: 2.01 : Leave Titn3vUIo TtaeSday""Thursday"and ;

>tbee 1d d7; 1m d"viir'r nrldMJhxitllnt = I .,.. ................. .......;. .. ...1.., ,.-., .'.- .-..--.. .O'J. .' Welcb,S,M... ;. tt.l acre strip,--.excepting; 2 acres ia n e ,. .. "... .. ...,.. 8stujrlay'Arrtvo at at tx Enterprise a.tt5?... y$1 Tuesday e't; iWq Thursday,;., '.

> nat .bear ,their I 'r. 'ylf. or,1'T'1. r ""H': .. .... corner of 20,1..Delespine Grant.. 22..3U .. .. ..51WitIchsr& and-8atnrUay. at 9p.m. .
e o4i eg ih y share equa ::tN t3't: .X:.f patLof**" n -step of i a 1.3. .. ,.J.::::: 6 a:33: '1.41 : .FromDaytenj&WWBivUie. '""

ententb c 2\yDotlhr.! fl' liar.','ht1yt I Wescot b-.p....:.. ffel-4 fnwt4..t..?. ....7...1 16 26s 9.99 .:. .
:l.-1I.f: & gja *'tggyerpmenli; ....... -:" 'w'tr1.. r t '' .. Leevo TitnsriUe Mondays Wednesdays,
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Itbe }7 R.t'y. r- 1 j-I" : "Hf'c and lots land 3.: .. 1 1and 'l 387.21 3.01 and Fridays at 5 a.m. .
9 :r.fCb.t $11% to sal}thiun! : .. :r :\.,...." \VTae. .Andre.'T.-.: a 1.4 pf n e 14.s..s....... V3 21gaoe %..; : .... .Arr1""oI D4 's4Iis.noh.taJ.f:
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f r wb.p ypentpftaaeq 4.4e.ti i .1' .:$s1'OwW.ort) ,: ..,': .... '. : : fractbnaUTe*1-4 of' nel-4.". ...::' 33 27$3.f ",". and Leave Saturdays Daytona at.0 MoM1ays p.in Wbdnesdays;undo N t ,

; t1e.. !I.gise' to af erfltircliacrmitst i '9iii ., W, and 11 w 1-4'of n w 1-1. . .. .. ..t.. 34 *7s30e.I7s37 119,96 W Fridays at 5 a. m. j, ,, : .. t ,
Itr...W1 ...'...: : f '!*.*1 : or It Y't vx We kttLeoPWiUard) ... Il'e 14 oh w l ..... .. .: .; .".. 4 2t33 3QC 50-.46 1.00 Arrive at Tltay lle-TtieBday8, ThuM J'
tit1 rt *De !)b'yaiid t. .as"an State. ., -" 'Eatabltshed;If tS';3. :' Bessie..i.: ..: Lot4 Block 52, Eau GaUie..16
.t'can boias pod as any title.. Itthetetitle8 t..,'- ..1 at Williams, F B. .. .... .. Lot Block 94, Eau Gallie.... .....16 ; 37e37s .. .W .,Fro gtTitA q. tt.o? Ti fwalia .' .

f ._ sf not valiJ whyaresoT'my I. ... Williams ll'mE.j-' Lot.4 Block 93,.EauGaUie. "..:.:.16 37e :... .. '.00 Leave TltusrlUe. .. Tielaj.an4. > P44ap atArrive :!
"'r -t; q. Neednam. ."TtSegui of e'14'arrearS for'8It'80&7.15 i7s soe 'ro.4o '3 5..m. -
made tibnKflfre not Yates, w I' n .2 8 '-at KaaGallie X K da/ and Friday .
i. -ab e drili E. Ifa&kp.e' Address orders.. 'to. v ?.t..- B::-=:,''."".::\..... Sp Mish'nt,Ull/ arrcars l,-80& 79 42. OH 34e $438,82 14LS8 at p.m. '-

,.1-.1.w':: all lands :8h lg &.q maysell givea to tin after' v l \ :. 0 0'r'. a ., .. Spanish Gn't, All, arrears 81, 80& 79 37J2ls 34: '90,96 6,72: I Leave a a.In.Eau Gallie WctmestLur' > and. Saturdayat '

1, S w 8etJlahe do so and ,forkZL x Store .s : \ *' Spanish! Gent; All, arrears 81,,60 &.79 44'7 35e45i20s2oe 108,77 8.7? >Arrive at TltusrUIo Wednesday and Satnr-

t. J 5 atoate: cannot necessary ,to 'enable The Headquarters; .. -, ;', ,#.... Spanish nt, All,.arrears SI. 80 & 79 [ 330,75 26.52, day at7p.w.- ft'j_'

.:4111'w.ct: :why'do' we not have that .. Titusville, Fla.aMnto4iw4.. a law ....,ltd pr.parstlerf/ormatk ..:t.
1 s -Son:; Parties that have paid and'hold their receipts are marked "P' after PAYSONS DIIId wlLi u>7 1Egislation? It appears tons tar a ytabriC. pat..d*eor-
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: '1iGi t D. W. McQUAIG nUiazOAI. XMyhMMk.UblUli
: f.... -:... a quietus to a vast. amount .:k1.._ u.-.a- I INK V '
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t;' -, 1 ( '" i organic defects,mental and borne Co.,, Iowa, intends to a the U" ,1D
!:;\ '- ". iiirhiU' ', Jill..-ilsib-1 ,again..'?, :DucoLSoIate' wid- lrear foTtbe duties of life, and who permanent pasture, and asks how muchof which have tecomi ._:
$< i,.. *..ltseereis" .- I iWe"Yin.,+yonrriv'rence." Priest, .: who meal with GeIt'S
become a tax upon the fittest atr- each \of ,the following grasses he their grass, ii Tl
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; .;: 'f ). ._. ;Ge rp t "But'your' wife, Pat, 'has'l'only' been vive, who fill hospitals> and poorbousesf, should sow per acre, viz. : Timothy, suddenly token 'away;, __" .
: ;: f; dead.two weeks.:".D.. W': "Yis,' ,
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-a;? I UI J II'em shrink '
't >.. ; . .and finallyfill pauper"panL There Orchard-grass, Kentucky Blue-grass, the pasture hi Eotbq ,
)W'j: ',. '. .1 A _"' .. ltllll, _<. ..- .''"'.1 I ; but shure alnt she as dead are deflections from, this principle butthey 'English Blue-grass, Red-t p, Alsike equally fresh and plenty;,*1Jij1
ij' 4JI ItiII,," _... .... hr Jove Dowi is she' fret win be fit ,
the rule. Milk in
"" are the exception, not Clover, White Clover. We do not i either case caa be '.a: :
(to ) : "How much :
grocer Lw
t: .c ".' t' a.i aa:"fuioorp'are 1 i these.'eggs' a dozen ?" "Dwenty-- "Like father, like son," is 'old buttrite. ;>> know what grass our correspondentis has inferiority of the_ feed.:+... .
'siueYMk.IM t.'fH*tbt;tact* the | Show us a thoroughbred docket mind as "English Blue-grass," as changes in feed are the-ilrlli. i,-
cents
; five) replied gr."Why: .,
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: ii', 4*.;c salta4 BO fault
i*-' 1 how's t.W.10Del sells them at'Uwutp; men.and women j and we will point you that is not, a name in commons use. other; .while th"effects_l 't- ,
: : If.- (".Ci.fa, de cent. But enumerate Hard Fescue effect is
..ia." vUnd vy don't you py ov a corresponding per eon- A he does not due to a change'of ilfti
li
ie iJlr irk JI"1'1 Jones dena?" "Because he hasn't any ra, the evil-minded or the bestial win which may we'l form a part of a pasture the stomach to adapt t i: :
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ita..1/ss1 ti.1' I TJ TV! ..! this morning." '"Yell, I will sell dem not fail to bestow upon society an offspring we will substitute. for EnglishBluegrass the digestion of an,eatab1il lil '"

twfetalrt elriitss t_ -[down for dwenty cents too, venn I don't' got equally offensive to'the world as whatever that may be. Horses, with their::1Ii: tiili.1ii.
-tn.i wlls H'... .wbea 1oYe. of their progenitors., There' are-instance- We are not Informed of the character easily. When brought fia'-
'' any.. .
he'dss' prlsi 1 t..tlae.polao18UdKr.- Two persons were once disputing so where an unknown individual, withouta of the soil, whether light or heavy, dry should be robed dry and b .WIr, "

>rtoty in tta nlsa* etty. .In loudly on the subject of religion th a record, ascends the ladder of fame or moist. There has been very little an hour. Work bosses i_

BuacZra' deiil- .iat a yoiBBf : they awoke a,big dog which had beensletpm and perches in one of the highest done in this country in 'laying'down blanketed in the stable b'? \

,arde tP jofttta,, practicing'at '' niches of fame's temple. The admiring with mixture t horses
frt; ; en the hearth before them, permanent pastures a ograsses or those used only uplq'Wch
''to- the, burs. ii.Laaeaiter** and ,Lebanon and he forthwith barked most furiously. multitude exclaim, "A self-made man;" and as we are without mu may be kept warmly' Waalr :

:- rCoun.. es., <;; ** An old divine'present, who had been but; if so, he is but one of ten thousand : txperience to serve as a guide, our though by thisth'er, Ucoie,..... '..4'.

He fsU in tore with.the, daughter of quietly sipping his tea while the disputants he is the exception. The rule is, that correspondent must look upon his five,to cold, and must'hare 1Mlrt

TCobert.Cokssata,, then a. rich iron master were talking, gave the dog a the wise, the honest, the great.come I{}I attempt in the light of an experiment. yet their coat does not grot di j y

: .: aad'thi io+ nder of the Coleman kick, and exclaimed. "Hold 'your from a descent of sturdy, fixed principles The usual quantity of mixed seeds is long, and they are mncb ""." fI

.fa.tn""I.'u Laaesster coun- tongue, you silly brute You know no and noble impulses, establishingwhat from 40 to 45 pounds per acre. If we sweat when driven. Ground of

;ties.;TM Cotaavans bid an antipathy to more about it than they do I\ is termed "good blood." We haveno were to experiment with the grasses oats go,farther, are better tl 'y

the young lawyer aadrisingpoUticianop- A COOL PROPOSITION. indigent rule of ethics by which to improvethe named, up.n land of medium fertility, mix better with other feed UIIiw.

//posinc __ 'in lDt. through, marriage. woman came to a prominent stock of men and women, nor have we should try the following proportions ones. They are the beat llyiataifesiD

,YSaa Ann'':''1 entertained differ- Austin physician and asked for a remedy we any medicine,nor elixir, to give per : horses, but maybe mixed ._ pat

s eat...'_..wf She received for her husband' rheumatism. The fection to the animal in man. There is Lb barley meal or wheat bran l'

td.tiee Irtil brat; but In doing so doctor gave her a prescription, and told something needed, to produce the tho- Timothy [Phleura pretense] .. 4 for work horses to an aUd
Orchard gnus [Dactjluzloni erata] .10 advanta@l: Jfofc
.. :badto liT A....,the bitter opposition of her : "Get that prepared at the drugstore roughbred. This journal open to suggestions Kentucky t31un-graAe l-Pua pratensU] 8 g rain is not fed without wast* .
'Der .; 'IkM time ktr. Bncbananrsperiented andrub it well over hus and will Le willing to advanct fiord Feoeua [Feacula urine TIU.darius-
your
,
: cula] . .. . . . 8 In feeding for beef, the raga 4
!Lauesetaccounty in the band's back. And if it does any good, the intent of this feature in humanity Red-top fAgnKtU vulgaru] . 4 I each animal should be '
LegislstiI*., :Batweeoa KIll Coleman come and let me know. I've got a as in any other grade of stock.-PhilaTtwrwjhltrtd AlUke Clover fTrifolium hjbridum] 2 coamlr
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and a Mai OIl, fIl Lancaster, there wa touch of rheumatism myself." She was fltlphil.I Stock Jwrnal. White Clover [Trifolium repens . 4 references, likes and di&IIl.;.jj,

,* 'do Ii, PaPv- y" The, :sitter, who an indigent woman: when she came and .. Total . . . .-40 object of feeding usually II'to at
the animal to eat all
that
cwOy; dianked: Kr. Buchanan, was an indignant woman when she left The New Dress. bt iffl> &
TUB COMMON }'(JWt.-=-=In the face of pst well. Hence t' TarW7.w'
rnady aad artful eaongh for any intrigueJ A little girl said to her mamma; -
to estrange tbs lovers.+ ; 'Knowing tJ1at.Jlr. Mamma, have )OU heerd of the man "One day a farmer, from ,Lakecounty I I all that has been done to improve the be at hand, and the tattoo. 1boiI4..

:B1IchaDla would arrive from liar that got shot ?" So, child, how did as I afterwards ,found out, breeds of poultry, it cannot be denied, varied by feeding cooked. Soaked:o
'ifisburf cia a'certain evening, Miss Obi he get shot ?asked mamma.U Oh," came into my shop. That was when that the common fowl is still the favorite meal' as the case may be,'with. bay' iai!

.
.-call on her flat, when he reached Lan- 'em." front room, and when my shrouds we several causes. The common fowl feed, and in case of over-'", lei

caster.. ;This wasregarded. as prepos- "PoUy," said a lady to her'sen-ant, hanging in,neat cases' Well, he look rrreceives but little attention, and, fro moral starvation be the cure. Thul.tbe+ tai

serous :ICss,, C;, who, nevertheless, "I wish you would step over and bee at several of them, and finally he chose. long usage to exposure, has become will.soon take to feeding again. ,U

'.acceptedtte. banter and the matter so how old bite Jones is this morning.. one and took it home with him, sayingit atinctively habituated to the farms that will be less likely to 'fall off nrack i

rested That'evening Miss O. made' itapointtobeaearthe In a few minutes Polly returned with was for his wife. I condoled with contain poultry as a custom rather than flesh,' tnanif"physicked."Nature. is thi

; office when the the information that Mrs. Jones was 721' and, though he seemed mj stifled for profit. The improved breeds are best physician.

-stage stepped its arrival from Huxiebart years,,7 months, and 28 yean old. by my talk of grief, he paid for the bred for certain qualities, and, unless Sheep should have airy tell itlrl

and" mast+eit Mr..B. Bane r At a recent party a Miss-Joy was shroud and carried it off. Two or three the conditions are favorable, do not sheds, with plenty of iuiisbiB,assft! .

i fed she seised his ana, instating: that he present, and in the course of the even days after he came back with a middle- come up to popular expectation. If tected from snow. One greafafaattfiof

must accompany her home, protesting ing some one used the quotation, "A i aged lady. The woman was in great placed under adverse circumstances, keeping sheep is to convert rust

i that she had an important t OIDmuni ca- thing of beauty is a joy forever," when : rage, while he was much downcast. they disappoint when compared with] manure. Hence much litter la esu IIJ

:Lion to make:to'.hJm.. Be'nsal was of bhe exclaimed, "I am glad I am not a He called me aside and, in a whisper, 'the common fowls, but it is due moreto strewn in sheep sheds, to the distnai
,
no avail to a brilliant 'JOt 1C woman, beauty, for I shouldn't like to be a Joy asked me what the garment was I had failure on the part of the improvedbreeds the sheep,unless they have bard placate

impelled by a subtle motive to achievesuccess forever I" sold ,him. Well, sir, I began to see than to merit in the common lie upon, because their feet and lap pt

In :her, adventure. And the A clergyman, with a cough, preached what was the matter, but I kept a kind. No common fowl ever lived that so hot. A few platforms like old loon,

_young statesman' wee literally dragged recently'to an irritated congregation at straight .face and whispered back, 'a can compete for eggs with the leghorn which can be shifted about erajfri

Into the meshes prepared' for bun by his S t. Patrick's, Dublin. The next mo rn- shroud. I thought, sir, ye see, that blood. There is another point in favorof days by turning over,will be groUj o-

:artful deceiver. He went with the ladyand ing's post brought him the. following you had lost your wife.' He grew more the majority of common fowls, joyed, and will promote both health> sale

his going forever seated .ms. life In communication: downcast than ever, and pointing to which is that many of them are of thvery comfort.

loneliness. Mist Ohl kept Mr. Buchanan 'Tit pacing strange when we reelect the lady who was in the front of the best blood, being crosses of severalbreeds. Push fattening hogs forward satyr

-at her home until an hour too late fer And seems to beat creation, store said : That's my wife Don't They are a mixed, motley as possible. Keep them warm and eW

him to call at the Coleman mansion, That We when get "expect-oration."oration" we expect" look as though she was dead, do she?' crowd, and on any farm we may visit ly. Charcoal broken fine and mixdwiti<

and she managed to let ber'Mend, Miss Danbury has the champion patient Well, sir, I thought I should die from there crop out the signs of Bramah, the cooked feed, is an excellent nplate

''-C.jknow; where he was. At a properhonr boy. He comes from a chronically borrowing trying to keep back the laugh. Then Leghorn, Cochin, Hamburg or Polish and tonic,aiding digestion,sod pnaot*

:nett day Mr.:Buchanan called on Miss family. The other day he went he whispered to me, T unfolded the blood. This is one of the causes of ing fattening to such an extent ttat it*

c., to i* coldly told that she neveragain to a neighbor's for a cup of sour milk. thing before her. She screamed right success, for experience has demonstrated hard to believe it does not serve afoot

desired to see bun,. and to have '"I haven't any but sweet milk,"'laid out and ]said : 'Samuel (that was his that a crossed fowl has great erAmerican Agriculturist.
.-tb door rudely closed to him. Thatday what strength and vigor than a bred
the woman, ptttishly. "I'll wait till name), are you a-thinkin' about 1'I pure
Mian C..'. brother hvrried bar to it sours," said the obliging youth sulking don't want to be buried just yet, not one. The crossed fowl it best adaptedto .

;Phfladalphia by private conveyance. chair. into a much. Ye needn't think ye are got n* general purpose, and while they are
Once out of Lancut..r. the young lady to get rid of me that easy.' Then she not bred for special results, experience Sentiment.no .

repeated hat rudeness and berraabness; Thoroughbred.We ., commenced cryin' and, cuttin' .up, so teaches the average farmer, who has Jealousy is a secret- avowal of our

Overcome by rt remorse for"what she bad believe we the that I felt all out of sorts. Finally 1 time to bestow upon them, that theysuit inferiority.
sentiments
done: ,as the story alway** ran, she resorted of express I told her that it was a pretty dress. him better than any other. He I
fe poison ; and thus in what was citizens a large of majority of the intelligent I Then she went off again, but finally she supposes they pay better, because he I Ah if the rich were rich aa the poor
our country when
a hearUeas deception, a' pure love culminated that it is alone in the we assert came to, and she gave me a good tong u e.has not given the others a fair trial.- i fancy riches.;-Emerson.

-: in a rueful'' dwhich we to look for favorable Thoroughbred results not are I lashing. Finally, to quite her, I promised h I Practical Farmer. Nothing is politically right which *

ended the life of one of the lovers and I alone in what are too frequently termed, ,to bring her in and get two pretty Care of Stock. morally wrong.-Danid O'CbwuQ. .

-.cast a hade of gloom over the other,as "dumb brutes but in the hem dresses tor her, and here lam. Now, The best part of the record of era!
,
genus n\ WATERING{
lie passed from'ODe high station ''to another We will not the virtues won't you give me back the money, and ANIMALS.-Those w h 9 j man's life is that of,what he ku don
argue of "blue ask that in
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to find himself before he died blood but will take back your shroud ?' 'Of course I matter of watering ank for other?.-Dr. George E. SOii.
state
,
simply that sincetime mats
Trtttnrting on the top round of the Udder will/said I. 'Anything to oblige a they should be treated very muchas
immemorial the world has been Cares often difllcult to threw
\&t fame;from which he could look with person in di tre...' Well, I gave him we treat ourselves, are no doubt our are more
filled with notable instances of the rect. off than the latter die will
One sorrows
thing hi the ;
disdain on the persecutors of his young his,money, and the next time I saw treatment of
.mSinhool.Akme.in efficacy of blood in giving tone to the work horses in hot weather time, the former grow upon it.
: him he said his good wife had never got we are dispose
a Barrow lot, surrounded by individual as well as to society. How I ten over the idea that he,wanted to get I to deprecate, viz: the custom of Say nothing respecting T ,
often it is said "blood "
a fence wbich exclude an other burial, said will tell, and I rid of her.-An Undertaker in Excham e watering them three times a day and no either good, tad or indifferent ;nothing
while in a spirit of humor, ft is a1 more. It is simply good for that is nothing bai
and beneath a ponderous sarcophagus, cruelty on the partof vanity;
.the remains of James! Buchanan rest in solid truth, one that carries a force not A Sensible French Workingman. man toward his beast, to compel the 1 for that is affectation; nothing indifferent
generally appreciated. We believe i
as team to plow or mow from for that is
jaXaacarter cemetery. As he lived so early morning ,, silly.
much in the blood of
men and ..womenas until
the4s'buded-alone. He never' looked we do hi that of "blooded stock." M. Joflrin, the-ultra-Radical night without noon or from noon until To know how to say what other po
-vwithlww, such as men feel who look repre- allowing it the privilegeof '
: pie only think is what makes meopo!
Good blood is
an inheritance so is bad sentatative of the ,
working-clasaes in I a refreshing
into the of other draught. It is inconven'e
eyes women, but those blood. It may not in the latter ,casealpear the Municipal Council of Paris and sages ; and to dare to say wha&
showedsound it
.
$t the of many times, to water thee
of choice his youth, and her im- team others only dare to think tastesand JDlI
in the first ,
he cherished generation, but will common sense in declining ti during the forenoon or afternoon
through life."TlteAlabma .
.... age .. inevitably develop in the second! or challenge sent him by M..Crie, a writeron we are apt to think the time lost but martyrs or reformers, or both.

.. third. It is rarely that families are the staff of the Citoyen et Vatattle, when the farmers' millennium comes, I Although we have no faith In the.

.' disgraced through their progeny where i. whom he had offended, This idiot," there will probably be drinking troughs, flattery, the flatterer after all attrart

they claim a descent from good blood; writes M. Joffrin to the PrtbMireu in'every field, supplied from some el us. We cannot but feel Boone gratitude

Planter complains that but if ,W8 study the geneaological tree to have understood that workingmen vated spring, or from a running e- toward one who takes the trouble tc
: stream.
its little garden patch was unprofitableThe of tile, vicious, we will' discover that do not waste their youth in In the meanwhile time "lost" in lie toplease us.-Ma Eaehenbae>t.

.raucurben : the chickens snails ate up the the parent stem of the ancestral treewas taking lessons of fencing masters, and good, even though it may be in behalf doing A father turn his back only

; ate up ti tee of mixed or corrupted blood. Ian tie that to fight a duel with a workingmanwould of the dumb animals, is well "last"maybe child may becon*
'Snails; -the'nelghbors'cats ate -it : brothers and sisters may
up every-day spectacle to see the out1 1 be to play the part of an assas regained. desert -
--ttJit"kens and we are no.In search of inveterate enemies, husbands<< may
eroppings hereditary, t4il>t, and it is sin." Furthermore, he says that theparty CHANGING husbanifcI
.:.SO'Icthing that will eat up the cats." TIlE DIET OF COWS their wives, wives their
also a daily exhibition to see the illustrfj to Which be belong, opposed as It Those who have but througiall.
dairy
cows need to a mother's love endures
be
j oos names of the past reproduced indo i is to conventionalities of every sort, has careful in changing their diet. I .-Washington Int .
There !!
:. the men of power of the day. We forbidden its members to sacrifice to is
a great deal to be
A dug and his tail fell into a disputex&5 thought of In
this
not advise Home is the of the social
the centre
heroic the absurd
treatment of blood most of them all-the due]. connection. It is fact :
# to which a well eStabliShed
should the other. An ,
wag best
tem. From the
conditions as applied by the Spartansand He concludes with a formidable threat. by the experience it proceeds
-
tinerant Wasp'passing that'.way' casually others,. hoere for exterminating "1 hope," be says, "one day to show cows which are of dairymen, that purest influence felt in the world,ant
s- remarked : peaking of Tails IetDlinds.meth regularly fed with: MP
those towards it tenderest
whose the gravitate the
physical or moral.ailments weight of.a working mechanic'sfist grain while they
!:3 t f'possess one which maybe unfitted them for ; are at pasture, even if of humanity For it all good nj
" contention with the even though he be a municipal the pasture is fresh
.J.lOSSibl1 influential enough toas.b0UL"This wag I!j more athletic or moral; yet we think councillor, on the nose of an imbecilebourgeois. more milk and make and plenty butter will re labor while their working days 1 a t,

.> fable teaches hear s. some theory should be adopted and put ." cheese than more or[ and around it their last thoughts

cows equally good, but liv lovingly when those days are done.

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!{ 1.1\. ..to. ; t. :lqT-_" !: -..{-I : "", T for ev. CwTonCfi, IiiEar ** '* strange 'omm..' Cover toa
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; rh)1( : ,$t tt 10 d of time and marble-tlmevand every boy And wliftt fa jowney,wa*thbqfj>unover flaTotinf mince pies and. orange cakes speak to unki o /n persons, :All ,hens,

.:-tfffl.i.: ..... tha one; ff.e nf,t...tit '' the, Oregon_ sierras, driiriaf the u bel- and who allow themselves to ifnoje these
'7t;;"ttl: ..,.- !WI ...... appears: to know the proper' season for owing cattle, in the miirow'trail curtard alia. If.it is dried: perfectly principles disobey God aid Hisjteyk
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:h(, Jf .U1 deaiiprop... esiatieri each of these sports. 'What ire theexact and kept Jn a dry;closet there is no dan-
; .c. :' '" dense wobds ,the and wm
t.-I1X'-t.M.t-; '::'' ied '' through pie ;,up steep, be punished.accordiaf to the
the entire
II i years' dates of these do not of its
seasons we
ger becoming musty.
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.. '' snowy mountains, down through the law. .;Make your,praytrs at the j"IIj'tr..eeI .
$1eL _wocldwc uld. ,become'ear: .know ; but w.do know that'a boy of Son Grxoc&BKKAD WITH NUTS..-
.!!> roaring canons I It was_wild;f loriouvfreshj boon, five the tttte of our jeefe,
't..1'.::r,,,{{;(' s efL .szt proper principles would. no more be One full cap of baUer,two cups of white
: full of haard and adventure
JIffl ,1 paying it to the :Prince Sheikh MaaseBi
. < _. -.+iyygj jr.r my nit be 'BO., Life :'i' found playing marges fail top.time than Minnie ,,made'a '' aidswung sugar,worked together; one cup of food ,
willow'basket
bad
so that be remit to the of
t ssay Treaser/
t. %. _.o enter iqto/:illogical, rea-+ he would be caught at some mean act MolMBeej one eup'.of Middle-horn with the
H it to; her Islsalsau, Ad ce God: do, not, hate
-ii.1tr.; JI.we .cannot more the fact If we'could learn thfe early history of : cups of rifted. 'flour, .lightly meaaured,
.
and baby inside another
crowing good-natured -
I OMB ,hut Aid each other to do
xw .iattinwaap j fc precious metals alone Burbles we should find that they were with one taMe0poonful 'of finger andtwo
looking up at her laughing as she leaped good. We have named Sheikh Adrin
1' played by the ancient Romans, and it is I of cinnamon,. both powdered.. ,
her hone over the fallen lop or made a son of the Light to Do
'govern JOB.
" W fcifisof..trinketJeadngupooibabut very likely that boys before the Christian hand lasso When .afl is well-beaten together, ;

g,;ii; 'JI" "'.: -. particle of gold, is care,...I ,era had 'their'marble time, JoStt a you fun afterrtne: :with cattle.-whip; But and,:when*slashing we deeoended add the kernels from. pound 'of.Eng- not disobeys.us.disobey"him.. Who. disobeys. him ..

; ilpttaieibeas ,worthless; :and yet : do now. It is said that marbles are thd wooded,;f mountains to the lish walnuts, and bake in a. :flat ,v. .
; jMBtafl and coffer and die in quest, ofrjpahickfofno found in the ruins of Pompeii, which : .' .i .
open plain on the, Easterq'al e of,the pan..ROAST SWKETBRSADS make FrMhFuhioll..'
i ': : jgreater,'value, for:if is shows that the game a very old one. a delicate -

r Van cetahUabed.fact that the small partiknown In ancient times, the roundest natural sierras' the and Indians were, ready to. receive and delicious dish for lunch-;.and There in a pat and steadily growing
had, .
fl' ; '$ : 'as gold dust';'oDtatoed, f re'foentry pebbles that could be foundi7were; : used us, we almost literally to breakfast Slice it and dip,the pieces fancy for fine woolens 'u' sumaer
fight our for the.next week's,,jour
way In beaten and In bread I crumbs till
: : under almost insurmountable for playing, and it is not known when egg' Cashmere '
; ..k day and night And this dresses.. And. flannel are the
ney every '
:1' ,. -difBculties, bave not on1y greatly enricK- manufactured marbles first came into they are entirely covered, then put in a favorite material'for the deli, taiwn- ,
woman was one of the truest souls that
; a'lump of butter. When it '
*i edthe world but they.bear, inconsiderable use. It sis known that they were im- saucepan and nun's veilings, albatross and soft,
''''' in making the world's ported into England from Holland in ever saw battle. has melted lay the slices to., cut a lump '
i1.p. .port.. up all-wool cashmeres.in evening shades
, I" '" '" 1620 an. -1. of butter on each slice, cover.the saucepan -
: they were"uo doubt made I' :
1 are ,even, ,more. popular than silk. for
>1"f 'gaudy bauble of the of much eaq'jer: than that. tightly, and let them cook from half ,
The lady' A Petrified ,Forest I II evening toilets Th ,handsomest ,of
G-: ,L) "jaabJon, nO matter .how' beautiful in Some v'ry common marbles are madeof I to three-quarters of an 1 o ir. Serve on these are, indeed mad; up,in combination -

tx' ." jtself.or ,how: much ,improved,.by theVariSstic clay and baked,but the best kinds are limbs toast with, and over, silk of the same
BROILED POTATOES.
The Slice
and in
'8 'h 1t'r / made of different kinds of stone including i petrified stumps, some '" .
and work
mind of. some artisan, shade, the silk lining 'giving .a silky
fact, whole trees lie about on, all sides, cold boiled potatoes; cut from end, to
; '' ." carries perchance to every dazzling flash marble and agate. Holland and Ger- sheen,tothe, thin woolen fabric. Still
i the action of the waters for hundreds of end, and about half an ,inch thick -
;ott beguiling lustre ,the,sad story oft manyare: the .tOunt es ,whtih produce i ; many charming,i dresen have :no bilk
,
years have gradually washed away the butter the potatoes and dust with fine
..the pain and the suffering. of some.hu nearly all the marbles that are used. about them?bxit-are; abundantly trimmed -
4 the high hills round-about, and the cracker crumbs; broil over hot, clear
!! loan being. The stone is broken up into pieces as i with lace and narrow ribbon, velvet -
c. .. trees that once covered the high table- coals., Serve, on .a hot platter; gad I
,' ;F' If the man, then, who makes two nearly round as possible. These are lands, now, lie. in the valley beneath. nlsh with little bits of parsley. or satin, ash' ease may be.

;b ades;ot grass grow,where :only, pne then placed between two mill-stones, Immense trnnks, some of which will SAUCE PigUA tT> .-Brown two or ,It is hard to say what 1.tire favorite
i" .
: igrew. ,before can justly be regarded as 'a which grind them into shape, but leave measure over five feet in diameter are three slices of an onion in some butter. color of the m m.-: The purplish
them rough. To make the rough mar- pink t or'Judic abide.'are t.beDewe t
Add half of dour and ,
a tablespoonf
: philanthropist, hpwinfinitely! jgreater, broken and scattered over surface of a '
} ,
." r of bles smooth, they are placed In a wood and are much liked. Still, all the blues
: .,is the philianthropic work him who three hundred acres. Limbs and twigs ,eacupful 9f ,at ck. Simmer together "
J riches 'the cask in which are cylinders of bard I hold their own, from blue electric
,
navy
,husbands the of world; and cover the sand .in direction and fifteen minutes ; strain the sauce; adda

;who from the dirt and mire and muck stone, the cask revolves, and the "the visitor puzzled every as to where, he teaspoonful 'of lemon juice, a little blue and cadet blue,.ta,the .... water

>; marbles rub against these stones, tints. Grays, alsoV hive a'Tua-of favor,
work and trade and back salt and of
ot ,
wear bnngJ. shall begin to gather the beautiful specimens cayenne. a tablespoonful. ..
i. 'iUiejbst.particles, and places and against one another, until they C and and ashes of roses is among new.revivals ..
,-4 Jn the that lie within easy reach. Thereare chopped pickled cucumbtij. .
: .- .. bands of men the bright, crude, glitter- become very smooth. The dust formed numerous blockS' hunks of this half a dozen chopped French capers.CHKKSB in 'c lor. 'MouSe gray is popular. together -
in this is then taken out and I Bus iaeu4 sUti
operation with ,
5 table- gray
/ing'IUmpl SANDWICHES. Two
of gold for further use which petrified wood that have the I ,
emery put in, when the cask is again appearancefor while lichen gray,..a.. Iort..of.peenlsh
lout him I spoonfuls of
r, for ,would have been lost, to theaorldforev all the world of having been just cut English cheese, finely grat- ,
make to revolve and the marbles are is new favorite and first cousin
gray, a
ed the of three hard boiled
I, ,, ... down by the woodman's axe, and the yolks eggs,
: polished. Some marbles, made of a to the new,toxopholite>> green, which is
of melted
two
' ,Is there.such a man V you ask. Yea, chips are thrown around on the groundso tablespoonfuls butter '
I
:t porous stone, are dyed, and some very I grayish to tone* "Enragedrat" is
" ./: : and to him is due the creditof that one instinctively picks them cheese and eggs, season to taste, cut
anewer
f. ; we. ;. ; up
, coarse ones are painted. The finest kindis rat-gray, with a tinge of ad; "fright
small thin slices of bread butter h1i..e
,reclaiming hundreds of thousands of a* he would in the log camps of Michigan ea
made from agate; these are costly, as ened rat" rat-gray,' with an' ashen i
; dollars worth of silver and other and Pennsylvania.Many spread with cheese, fold togetherand |
\ gold,
: they are made singly, each being groundby hue, and soap' blue is. toss bluethan: ||
J' precious metals Mr. J.. L. Clark is of the small particles, ,, and even serve.
.
band by holding it against a large TOASTED EGGS.-Cut the crust from gray. Strawberry,, raspberry, gooseberry -
that man, and his extensive refining andsmelting the whole heart of some trees, have now
A" "b grindstone. Marbles are divided into I slices of stale bread, dip each slice in apricot, peach, pippin-green at d
become thoroughly crystallized and the
establishment ,at Phila- ,
taws," as the common ones are called, I beaten egg and fry in hot butter a delicate cabbage-green are also on fashion's list

./,.. '.. :vdelpbu, from a small beginning nowijmost'monopolizes and "alleys" for the finer ones. Taw is beautiful colored cubes sparkle in the brown. Place the slices on a hot : of new colorings, 'while the browns are

''.' that branch of the anabbreviation of tawny,the color of tl.e sunshine like so many diamonds. Every dish, break an f-gg on each slice of bread; I legion in tobacco..Havana, chocolate,
mechanical arts color of the rainbow h duplicated in
for all of the
nearly I
,
common marble, while alley is from ala place the dish under the hot'coa1s in coffee, toaster burned bread, mahogany -
corkers of gold and silver in the city these crystals, and those of an amethyst
% baster, the stone from which the finer the range grate, lay some thin bllces of ,_,seal copper, wood, earth, Zulu,
ore d dependant his science and.skill color would pass the eye of a novice fora '
; upon
and latest'of
all -Zuni color.
kinds are made ham on a small broiler, hold this ever ; ,
io glean back for them riches which real stone. The grain of the wood is '
... Yellow is of favor-
-- the eggs and bread so that the drippingsfrom course, a prime
;without his or other equally skillful aid, plainly shown In nearly every specimen,
favorite but few dare it
the ham will fall upon the eggs. .women wear
"The only Fair Woman. more
making the pieces beautiful thane
would have been lost.
for more than' trimmings except in
"' Two pr three minutes will cook the eggs ,
\(>T.-:AUiquergue (N. .M) Journal.
There is nothing too small or complicated Joaquin Miller's Tribute to the Serve with the toast such moderate shades as''lemon, pale

.. to this line that his genius cannot Memory of His 'Dead Wife. r; '. ,MILK BISCUIT.-One quart.of. warm canary and the like, and that for evening -

.reach. ,Mr. Clark does a large business In accordance with a promise which milk, a half teaspoonful of salt, one-half I dress. .

.?.- refining the refuse of manufacturers, each made the other wlen my young American* Tables. teacupful yeast and flour enough to In millinery, however, it ,has quiterun

"<-. .such, as de 1tista' remainders, fillings wife seemed to see wreck and storm A peasant who-had often heard that make a stiff batter;. lei; stand overnight away with us, and dandelions, buttercups -

. '. -and; sweeps ;' silversmiths' polishings and separation for us on the arena of I Truth was a Jewel lying at the bottomof In the morning melt two table- coreopsis,. marigolds, the old-

t. ':}1, ,-and. Btonings ; photographers' silvered life long before it came, and even while a well, one day descended, into his spoonfuls of batter. and stir into the fashioned button roses, cowslips Oscar

orIBI* and gold and silver liquid residues we were newly married, young and well to search for the treasure. :He batter. After doing this knead in flour Wilde's or dwarf sun-flowers, yellow

; silver-platers' wire and chloride strong and happy," Joaquin Miller now skinned his knees and elbows, barkedhis enough to make a stiff dough. Cover it chrysanthemums and jonquils blossom

.of.silver,'and gold and silver cyanide 'pays a tender tribute to the memory of nose, ran an old fork into his foot, over to a pan,and let it rise until perfectly on three-fourths of the bonnets one

solutions; the sweepings and gold rags his wife, Minnie Myrtle," who dieda and shivered around for six-long hours light, cut out:,the biscuit,'put, them sees.. The yellow flowers look pretty,

,of bookbinders; also battered old year ago. He thus describes his first before his wife drew him up and asked: I in a shallow baking pan," let them too, grouped with the, favorite black

jewelry. silverware,_. teeth-plates, etc. meeting with her : What 'in Goodness' name were you rise half an hour, bake In a' quick lace and a pleasant change from the
I while I riding Mossman & ... hitherto red. Colored strawsto
It
was was reigning
.
These latter articles are tested on presentation doing down there?" "Looking for oven.
Miller's pony express from Walla Wallato TAPIOCA CUSTARD PUDDING.Soak match suits and lace bonnets are the
and on a basis of this test Truth." U Why, I could have told you

immediate payment is made, and often Millersburg, in the mines of Idaho, before you went down that you were the one and a half cups of tapioca over night popular' choice ; still, jet bonnets are by

the price obtained' causes gratified sur- in the summer of 1801, that I first was biggest,fool in America I" Moral: You in water. Place a quart .of milk In a no, means out of fashion. How could

prise to the owner. Four smelting furnaces attracted by her writings in the news- can get more Truth than you want saucepan over the fire, and when at the they be.when wraps glitter with beads,

are in operation in Mr. Clark's papers. I wrote her and had replies. around the well-curb.-The Sailor and boiling point pour it over the soaked and jet embroidery is still the favorite

:establishment The product of the odds Then when I came down from the the Shark :' A sailor who bad fallen tapioca, cut the outside peel from one garniture for elegant black toilets?

;" ", and ends mentioned amounts to over mountains and embarked in journalismshe overboard and was speedily interviewedby lemon and* add to this for flavoring. Fortunately the theatre-goers,whose!

: *|2000 a week. wrote to me, and our letters grew a shark, cried out to his enemy : Let it stand half an hour to cool ; add seats are not in the front row, small

'. .. ardent and full of affection. Then I Have pity on a man who is down?" one cup of powdered sugar; beat the bonnets are the proper thing for full

mounted my horse and rode hundreds "My friend," replied the Shark, "a yolks of four eggs in with the tapioca, dress ; pretty little' capotes, or,rather

'f Arizona Coal. of miles through the valleys and over man who keeps himself above water is then stir In quickly the whites of the head-dresses of lace and flowers.

a. i, the mountains, till I came to the sea, at of no use to me. Now is my time eggs beaten to a froth. Pour the tapioca Even abroad, where full-drees is rigor-

,' .: v. The Deer Creek coal fields, near,the Port Oxford, then a flourishing: mining Moral : The man who falls overboard in into a well-buttered pudding dish. Bake ously exacted of.an ladies at places of

j./J'San'Carlos Reservation, Arizona, prom- town and there first saw "Minnie business can expect no favors of the fifteen or twenty minute public amusement,.these small bonnetsare
included in the rule which for-
not
| "iae great results. They were discovered Myrtle. sheriff.-The Fox and the Farmer : A -

.. .in 1881,'and active developments began Tall, dark, and striking in every respect -. Fox one day made a call upon a Peasant A Proclamation by the Mahdl. bids hats or bonnets. True they call

; list March. The-coal is found in fifty the first Saxon woman I had ever and bitterly complained of the cus- them dress-caps, which proves that
it all her at The following is a translation of a there is sometimes much to but
viens of greater or less size, which have addressed had own way tom of shutting poultry up at nights in a name,

i t ,been opened and extend nor a full mile once. She knew nothing at all of my Fox-proof pens. It isn't because proclamation recently issued by the the thing is the same, for all that
that I Mahdi : "In the name of the compassionate Many cashmeres and other woolen
an
life except was expressman
,in width. Seven shafts have been sunk suffer at all," added Reynard, "but I I
country editor. I knew nothing at God, praise be rendered to Him, stuffs from Paris are capered all over
j in different the property the think how
places on anti uncomfortable it must be
of hers but I found her, with her the all-powerful and generous, and with velvet circles appliqued cn and
hundred feetIn all ;
: deepest being some two for the poor fowls. It is their condItion "

this deepest shaft,as in all the others, kind, good parents, surrounded by .I wish to mitigate." The Peasant prayers to our Lord Mahomed and to embroidered.The handsomest bonnets and the pet and all His descendants. From the servantof are
i js*' .. the, coal has been. followed all the way brothers and sisters took the matter under advisement,'and with partif-colored lace and plumes
: lumber the Lord Mahomed of Mahdi
and son
!r:,. : .down, and at the depth of' 150 feet a spoiled child of the mining next evening be neglected to shut up tipped to tones to contra.it'with the
heir little world there of Sayed Abdallah, to all his faithfuls
woody ,
i\<_ cross cut has been made through thirty camp. In I his Fowls. Next morning he came material of bonnets.

.t ,,, .feet,of,sandstone, striking another veto by the sea, she was literally worshipped across the Fox just as he had finished I proselytes. We have named as Princeour New ribbons, ,-are very wide and brocaded -
miners and lumbermen, beloved Sheikh Manson, son of
, of coal fifteen feet wide. About this by the rough feasting on a fat Pullet and cried out : Jri.I'oses'and tropical leaves and

.. shaft, on'the next vein, a one hundred- and the heart of the bright and merry "Ah! this is the way you taKe to pity Abdel' Hakim. Execute his'orders .flowers of extraordinary size. One
full of and commands and follow him in I
brimming romance, combat -
: foot tunnel has been run, showing a girl was my poor Fowls, is it I" "Well, you '1, covers a capote bonnet. .'
and happiness. I.arrived on Thurs Do all that he orders you, and I of with strawberryred
Combinations
face of eight feet of coal about forty-five hope see, grinned Reynard, \ feel very gray

' feet from the surface.' A cross! cut from day. On Sunday next we were mar- sorry for the Fowls, but at, the II same avoid all that he forbids. Whosoever I and shrimp pink are much admired,

;, .. ." this tunnel shows a'vein of seven feet of ried Oh, to what else but ruin and regret time cannot afford to miss an oppor submits to him submits to us, who disobeys I but the_ latter requires'a lighter shade
,
could such romantic folly lead? him disobeys, and God himself 1 I than the former.
this of
of
, coal at the same depth. West tunity. Moral : The man with ten gray
' Procuring a horse for her we set out at and his prophet. Make all penitence Changeable silks are to be ;w.>m in
; tunnel, and about 100 yards distant, acres of land to sell is the chap who I
: to post far over before God and abandon all bad and forbidden combination with rich brocades, trim-
to return my away -
: ,there is a shaft of forty feet down on an once first sees the need of an orphan asylum. !
habits, such as shameful works of either of lace or variegated rib-
mings
at the mountains. :
.. incline walk in tktroil
.:. '<::'{ so that anyone can Free Presi.
; couple after a wild ride, the flesh, use of wine tobacco I cashmere embroideries, etc.
':" .'? ,:s anyaime and see one of the finest bodies When the lying, pons,
: "- ... of coal In addition to reached home, they found that Miller's forced (sic) witness, disobedience to Chines are slowly coming in, and
J: o.n the property. .
:,: *". ", these are several newspaper bad been suppressed. They A discovery of silver ore, "assaying parents, brigandage, non-restitution of I. some 'novelties have brown ,grounds,
: there
:. .,.. other developments shafts where,the veins have been I went to San Francisco but after sometime $26,000 to the ton," is reported to'hav goods belonging to others, beating of.. with large shaded flowers and satin and

returned to' Oregon, where Miller been made in the Turkey Creek Valley, hands, dancing, evil signs of the eyes I silk stripes in cream, with chine bouquets -
; cut six to twenty-five
coal from
,lowing 123
f
' feet in width.-Arizona Star. I bought some cattle, and with his wife, miles southwest of Prescott,Arizona weeping and Iaacentation: of the dead

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.1IJ t' All .IRGAIk8ALEPryf .., .. .. ,\, .. .. .. STAR one of the most readable and newsiest -' and fishing to be found at my- establish. .-

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I1ic 'ddlingt ttse .... t I '. ... r ', T..t..1 1 ,*' .. : brand of Asbestos paint in* all c .Jora '
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tut" a"7ittlh' path I"f .., .. use.Oil stovegin
great variety, suitable
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lmuMt"'E cotton.. ,. comes In. ,"''' ., .f.I h..... f ..,.t. '. .. -,'. Celebrated Oif
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C ''i.1 4. '. ... ;. r!.".n-:Z'Y ? 1" MANUFACTURERS. .OF' w"' 0 r ..... J 1 ,, ":.. .. .. ... ...t t, .'."'- : I Lantepn',P.azorspCom ,,ICk Nacks; -.;;

y>,...:.. ..K''f: ,.'.-\ .. v' , .,. ,'.r ..' .. .. lnendless variety. .u I u ...,"

'.. ;'fS"W:. .JII+grt"t130j patl : :Axes .' Halcliets .'_ '. <. . Cigars, Tobaccos Pipes. .. ",' ;.

1 \1J 'ba1arl.1f eiioer 9 t nest; ; : : Picks -AND-- and all smokers' articles. J.-. :" s :;." ,

.t* oneeeuteI Bockot ., '
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Tapp s or cer DOTHER' ETTRAeQ IALIIYr: '-, ,*. -, what' want in the 4 "
1 q .JUtea..6.IEtt y : TO'OIS : t V/ j 'il/.t: you other stores frr'Ti- .
I\i't. EOBrPAEMS. tusville just give It. C. S.'
3 u : WlII1tIve PLANTATIONS a call alld';OI&4' .

.;aonre4tlmtsIth,a&reaODable increase AlsoFffB' e' ct '1''J"! ''t.' ._ will be, .surety get suited; .
of price.. ,.Lnddea. STEEL'AND CUBAPE&- : : -.7
Chickering "J$I tbw isTJo-A11 h., Kranip l;&' Ba eb>"1Ia1le DaviS '.' "' 'Ol-s113 ea.tuirj1ri itQm'BS"t $;.0 d1soPlowvpgliachp Nearly- :Ten'obiunins: : -r .. -... State* : Y LEGAL. ..tt' : ).L';. i
Anon Pianos 1 Mason a. '
ftiile ':, .
BlUb'fttr:PI .tCttahletdil'said "witt''r4aeiv'e valuabo l : information 1'bTICF.OFFIA'dL'" ROO}: '
-Bay '., catalogues County 'and Local
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,8tIU'9rPna :n. pade. 1\Dd.etyle.. t. ." WrItIftg'tdth'e. .Keril;'eI 'f. ... fl" ;.. r .". 'J ,i .w'.. News Land: 'Office.. at.GAlneSv1lle'Fa.H! 4

anteidl 1uker'M'iDCI 4'qfl: .n, .g1p.r- e IL1"$1a'c .: 2,2 Water St. New York.v ." ." '.' > .iii : JnfylB. 1883.r *
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... N"o'&teo 1lJn'ttntm t gQftLseloCtloe'fkhtt ;: : ,-.:. NOTICE;is hereby given that. the- tollowingnamed -.
barer.'it- 4 i I .
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'Itram "ten. % settler has filed notice .ot .
Jeadligthk.adtlfbeenld ::teal 1a1 PUR6ATfYE'" : t. .*. '! t, '. ;..r.\' hef tntentlo no make final 'proof In'sup-*
.' glveQ"t'h pny a f jf instrumfnt port fherc1'ahn anti that toid proof tirllJ"!
U not satisfactory Six months.exchaqge .. [L' .8' PRESENTED. 1VEEK"T;:' .be'madQboJbre A.A.. Ste\vart, Clerk,ot
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'prlvll g g1Ve I:05 *,",! 4. ;c'jJ i I ] II 1j..t- : : a ./ 'J.. : ; .... Court at THusvllle. Fla.. Qn.Mon )
....m .; 'I. ";.. A.27,1SS3. viz: r.aum"'Uenry, 11&wl&wofThosw )
V 's'PEGUf fURGliNs' aCaNr6HlJA.1eIF f$9rt&lETO! .,.... uL..bip.......hWill tate on PILL .., .' w.Ilosset6f 1.atiraDt "
. .f PE'.u 1f.... PUb UT....... MorNWaadlnl .''--......,...."" .: -" t -a Flat IltI .fi.S5in for Wts .
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this month 01 .. ,
in oar: .. SecUoa20t.Tp.
21 S
granaciexrtng nut -- ,.Jiauge 35 E. .
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Piano SateXlifrtAo-tlJrti : '
V She.har
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ly new,some not'tiMd a.moBtB, .offered, 'Tile- -'loei&i1Ate daziifeer '!'' FOR '.. ::. r .45 ." ... proVe her ebtitinutidsTesi1bdceupon ash
from.j8.30 to 8100 under :.r1tom' ? t.I.1 ." '1 J, t .? SALE'A. i. % ltivation otsalt.1 ,
reguar.price'oh'easrpayments4of$25csstr'and ii4' ; '- .. .'_ .. lint) viztT* J. CocK t
flat-bott6med'r'boa T". .
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810 monthly;.Bold'ODI}+1 nnake balance to4m' I ICE ;DJ ECYa ta.taiig Twenty-three feet long, with, 'sloop a'comforter-riggoo. .- ; ,. '..' 1.-- ... >j .uttKEiL.BradEF..A.TChappell"n. )\ lIs of LaGrftlJ .e..FJJ.' and 5.

'for fall stock,:>WrUe.for,. pQC"J Cir.cu-, ble cabin/and ,.. 14TV L': Af.-BaR.VESl ''f
lars. and.full line oC.Ptaao. and_ Organ'Catalogues. the n&met'btinet9 ddrt31 new sails. Good breadthof ,. JOB PfTTI11'G Register Unlted-States iaiid
Ou1ceir :
All' : t'... beam insuring good J .' .
sent IRe. Address t & :v' carrying "
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I rl I. ,Ie ... .. .r--I'It "" perfectly tight and sails well.- JOn puINTciG. ? of. ifoTICEl\ ; J

Lndden- & ,Bates980UTHERHJU8ICHOU8E Merchant, Pppfeional.&,,Business men, Al-w a good mule,of small sire; that will T > .' g. .. u.,,Jl ','1 u:"S."' Land Office at GairiesvrilerFla.1, ..

"I' 't 1ft 9''.(' \.0 and.thgprincipaJfarmers, ;and jland, work anywhere:. For further particulars 1'RIKTING. ia ** July' 61S33. *

I tewners, orange graves and plqatatioas -- address; It,. STAR OFncr r ,, '. ., this COMPLAINT office having been' entered 'at*

,together' with 1 a 47 2m "I Titusville, Fla. : _-t., ,t. .. Henrietta E.by: Strobhar AVjlliaju, Jf.tor Fee against
.:, _.te4y:144 + abandoning
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R .' Sketch Vowi ( ;re honiesteajl
fAU Ktiet entryNo7. date Oct.
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l'j_ DN15 It) Villages, Valuable .. ". ''''!:. .St .. .. 17,1877, upon the X 4 of X E and E
820.oft And Property i 4
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.Information.. .... I r For Sale, \ \0... .... .. J Ifange37. 38, Township 2Si: ,
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C; inBrevard.. county, Fla.. .
This important will be issued just Thirty acres of land in the City Point '1" '' "' with.a view tQ .the, cancellation ofsaiJ. .

nt' M 1'i- t 1; l as oon as labor Hammock. .Splendid entry: the said
,. # the of collecting Dew galvanized .. i. parties are hereby Sum
-' 11 J t .fhd compiling the Tlf tacu..earl be .accomplished. Wire Fence around twelve acres; Five a "4f'1-j. ,. .. '" day moned.of to appear. at this OtlTc&on the 3d
August
1883, at 10 t : to
Hundred ) clck a. in.
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;*To the buaine comma; young.and healthyOrange trees Our Job Office is well'equipped for respond and furnish testimony: concern,
"executing
4r' nity thin wiIlk the most ,valuable book) Forty.l bearing trees. > 'JJeautiful River '' "': 'all )kinds of '.. .- ing said' alleged abaridoim'entTestIino '
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t t z: 3z that has yet been published about : Front Six acres as fine-cane and banana .. .. .4 ,. stead ny will'also be taken before.Henry'Otm-'
:i rM r v ,usticp of the P
ace.attEauGallwf
a Florida: Price (, to be : land as there is in the'state. I' August
.. !bld by subscriptrPage Adjoining .('P ;4,18S3 at.10 a. eq .
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4 1"V t.i .' .;t 160n. ..,P j'J. the land of the Hon. Wm H. Sharpe .s ,.. .,. t _. \ ,.,.. ". '' I"'.3gt: 1ass'."nl' s.et.. .
- 0 Here is a r .. 12 w4 Bark :F .
good Koi/tncs.Keceiver
f opportunity for I .:, ,
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: 1p Adttrtiaotg anT one .. .
J, ': JOT : desiring to malcc'aOO ; r ti4 i. wi. .* :_$?."(pttc ethbook$3z'Agentswanted 0 the as ;, .. .114TICE. .
a '" -.1 ." place mmt'.be *>ld.i. Tides I 'Ir .:. .. : bwrc.a -. 1
perfect '
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after
: : ijx ,every county, .to L"anu.'S D--.u inienoing 10 pnrcnase call'm .-... ;-<.. ..., '. .. -' : ls.lIonor J. date ,Iwllicrcsent icy,
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..,,. ..' Ii- b-. whom liberal,termSjWiLVte offered. a enquiries of Dr.:G.:,' : Holmes or.Hon .. '. .-I. :t...... .. nountycourtbfBrevardcoutitf a}'13 of:' my the*

....H.. rit.. CUSHING 'A'APPLEYARD W H. Sharpe. For terms and further 4 .. -:, "' i : It trator accountsand'voucheri _l admfnii4

'. )'.".1.il.. ,t1"t ,' .., Pubs., particulars address A1. P. Pcrham' Quit- COLOR &OP .AMEn'.A.L" WQRK., of thoEstne Samjti Moore lath .
ofsaidcouAtpileceasedapclasL
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Ga.
/'.' PPIIIL&DBLPmA J fJacksonviUe, man or R. C. Perham City Point Fla. .. discharge as such'Xdm1I1t trafo1". *
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7 confer with Captain Peter ,.. ,.- "+'Puri>as.D. 1S'ESSOiAdministrator. ...
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J (; R CHINE c. j. HECTOR I; : the fast sailing'sloop "Mist" Wright who will of : -"' :. t.l'r a March 29, 1883. cyrrfl- IIS.Gm) r

... .'JUAI. TO A57T SlKGEB IN THE MAR>;ET. carry parties to ace the \ .. ;: ;;.., '. ;0.' J .
The above cut represents the most pop- property.vasasa RULE & PAIPHLEtWORK '

alar style for the peopfetohich we offer Hardware and ; s i. c' '" ...1J
L: ( I ttitts fatal ., .'
yontorthcTeryJow price'of $20. Remember *oo; .. &u0ouefSrrnp .
we do not ask you to par until t : r.t rl..fatlme. eoW drual'da 1 .,.
you have seen the machine. After having : y ar u I '1
General co. r1Sdt, .ar., ."". 1 _
examined it If it is not all we represent Produce '

return it to us at our expense. Consult :a, II, R '. 1 .. New NAVAL aDd : "':t'I" BArr E ETC., ETC. .

yo.ur.aDd order at once,or)send 'it-4.df' Warld. !raplnc WedicaI I'IctorW nu.c-H'7,of U"Ir7aIs.i. fCt.ca '1 r t -. 4 (
SNlnut tt .
for circulars acd t tit1m0a1s.. ; MERCHANT 1.C.ItkQ/IWY eo..6]3 CIcsmaI Sc..u.s., ,H., :3 : NOPATEHTrHff'PAY.1e
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Address CHAEEEsAv Robs I'CO.. j !,1t-r.. .' ..: t -c; : i < *
4No:17.N.'reetk$ AGENTS Wanted T .!' t "! : and'Lahels: '.' vlceaomponndi J 'd
t4'Phlladelphii,f ay Melbourne.TM -< -. Florida. : 0"1>: l..h ,. 11 preliutlnarlreTaminatMnt
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March S, dtln.cteti ,
,45 .. oyemtoer .. I "' 1tc'nri. bUlty'of1nvelltk'"s. "
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:4}1 ;t ..::1-.1.{ t,.,..?' \\t""J r-G i:;:..l ><,, .. __,'io'1'drieoiinoetbrE: Otto1! happy. ...ej. mounted .,The last note floated.through theair I 'CURE, FOR ,Eutecas.-There. ..is,
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,'i;. iI&Ii..I..t1aaU its wile.'t ;.-., ,. __;lmtne aloe ,1DDtbtr.!.'"::Hia eyes in the great' LeHry'J rm4T the,test and as .it died away' something else j I,scarcely any ache to which,children are

IDi1III.aee hat. .- lighted_with a kind of;;wild enthusiasm, chime Otto hademployed' best- ,bell oared aloft forever,free from the clouds subject so hard to bear and so.difficult!
:_....bI.Ja1s. :whenever Iii t.iblfCxi 'to'the city lIt to cure earache. "But ,there Is'a
.! "' ..::t>irr .. .I. thb'snbject. ringers f ,., *. and struggles of llf I u :
::.. !; t&iI.1. a11- '_ ,- *-ffl motherV cheerful face was., a lovely: May morning,.and remedy never known to fail.. ,Take a
; .it-. .L.d&D.o.. : r ; 4,.: .' gmw'ad. Otto lay dead, his face full of peace ,
"".' lid bene&h the. -lid,a.rrJaDce. -. aasbe laid' .her band on his shoulder."Why ., almost crazed -With' excitement, and and joy,,for the weary quest of his crazy i( bit of cotton batting, put upon it a pinch

.....;...: ....., .- .' I', ,', Otto, 'thou. art' not. !thyselfwIieea anxiety, Otto, accompanied' by""a few brain was over, and the harmony chime ef black pepper,, gather'it up and, tie. .it,
""rot'""Ia.- ".7.'f. w 'i thou'ot those bell,,"s chosen friends,,waited outside, the city had called him to his eternal rest. dip it in sweet oil and insert it in*theear. .

"'-.....-oD the stair. >,'. Lore ,my.real ,self, mother,than at for the first notes of the harmony chime. Put a flannel :;handkerchief, over

.......tlpa J ,Il.paere Oil linger).tips. aayother. '"time!" he'arted. .. "I only At some distance he thought he could 1 : the head to keep it warm..- It, will'give

,if\HIf'. ",, ':'':' '''', :; :J# ,. ,, ; truly live when I think of bow my ideas better judge of"/the' merit of, his' great i immediate relief..
: .tqr:1CMo: 1criit. to : carried out::. It work.' Our Young olks. .
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:&;61,1! "hlfG+ << ; .be ,is to be my I CURE FOB Lvx &oo.-A correspondent

that pesbof lI1kor.1oTe.playa. next.,week., life's war: ; I know'it, I feel it*" It is I I At last the first notes. were,, struck: i in Smyrna, Turkey, sends,the ,fol-

f upon 'me, that my fate is woven inextricably clear,'sonorous and so melodious that ,and '
' irq; : ; t: .t: : THE LAZY BoY.-A lazy boy makes lowing state that it is_reliable :
[, rt in th ideal chime: It Is God I[.bis friends cried aloud with delight a lazy man just as sure as crooked Take a piece of oilskin cloth, such as we

f ...., wand teader sighi sent, Xo gnat:work, but But with finger upraised for silence, sapling makes a crooked tree. 'Who use to cover.tables,. but of soft, pliant

;. '";_. IIOt_ aL.! -w 't4i is possessed wholly by it the'maker'l I I I and eyes full of ecstatic delight, Otto ever saw a boy grow up in idleness kind, sufficiently large to.cover. the E

i,; ; wUD 'tit over, your head, mother. Wait till my 'bar- *I stood like a statue until the last .note that did not make a shiftless vagabond loins ; place it over the flannel shirt,and

_JI'II, id home.best to joys sleep must:. dit4 ..... ; mony ,chime" -. sounds from the'greatcathedralbelfry 41 I died away Then "his friends caught when he became a man, unless he had bandage yourself with,a' flannel ..ban

F. ,'"s yt.home to weep.4. .' % and then shake it if him as he fell forward in a swoon-a a fortune left him to keep up appear- dage ; profuse perspiration ensue on

f !, '!I .'J' .. ,you can." swoon so like death that no one thought ances? The great mass of thieves, the loins, and you (.quickly.:rid of.the,

: tS. His'mother smiled faintly. be would recover. criminals and paupers have come .to wearisome complaint, ,_

,i Harmony' Chime. ':Thou art a. boy-a_ mere child. ,Otto, I I But it was not death, and lie came what they are by being brought up in How TO APPLY THE;,:SODA REMEDY
lout
pKt h yo- .* .. though a wonderful- .genius, I must' of it with a look of serene peaceon idleness. Those 'who constitute the IN BURNS AND"ScALDs.-fIt, .is,'now .

F Pam.some of.my.young readers confess Thy hopes delude thee for it I his face that it had not worn since business part of the communitythosewho many years ago that the/author,--1 while

L f.;,. frmm with the German lan would take lifetime to carry oui thine i boyhood. He was married to Gertrude make our great and useful men- engaged in some investigations aa to,the

a ielylsave; met with the little inci- idea.". I that'very day, but 'every 'one noticed were taught in their boyhood to be in qualities and effects. of the ,alkalise'..in

!,,:"" :which-my tale is .founded. ((Then let it' take a lifetime.1"! he that the ecstacy which transfigured his dustrious. inflammations. the" skin' etc., ,was
I J ago I saw' it noticed:in a cried out vehemently "Let face seemed to be drawn more from the
,}) me accomplish LITTLE CHARLIE'S PET BIRD-Mr. fortunate enough to discover that a,
-,:J7toef. .line>. *, 'but it struck" me by.its it when I am too old to hear it sound of the bells than the sweet face DeWall, the photographer, has a little saline lotion or saturated aolutionj>fjthe

'jjjfrf.petboa,; dI, ,have tried.to fin distinctly, and I will be content that beside him."Don't bicarbonated soda in eitherpain"water'or
called Charlie who is
two-year-old son
you see a spell is cast on himas ,
% tie outlines of the meagre,sketch of its first sounds toll
I must
gt my dirge. camphorated water if applied
speedily
allowed to play in the yard. Charlieis
soon as they begin to ring? said
like '
shape.
%tree stay into something go now to Mons. Dayrolles. Wish me or as soon possible to burned
one after the bells had ceased to be a of an investigating turn of mind, as 1 as a. .or,
'i H&Jtaj: :years ago;in a large iron foun good luck, dearest' mother," and he well as a devotee of pleasure mental scalded part was most effectual in immediately -
wonder. "If he is walking, he stops ,
Wjjtjin the city of Ghent, was found a stooped and kissed her
tenderly.
the
combinations which led him to crawl relieving acute, burning:
if
short, and he'is working the work
j;:.'wiipt workman by the name of Otto Otto did not fail. The strange old and under the house and afterwards to play pain,and when the burn was only superficial -
drops, a strange fire comes into his
fl nohtHrirHe was ,not nineteen yewsdebatnone man in his visits to the foundry had notiCed not
eyes and I have seen him shudder all there regularly. About three weeks. or severe, removing pain in.
'i ; of the workmen could the germs of genius in the boy, over as if he had an ago he told his mother he had found a the course of a very.short time; having

; :eq I! him to his.specialdepartment-, and had grown very fond of him. He In good truth the ague.bells seemed to "bird" under the house that he played also the very great'advantage, cleanliness ,

ngj moulding. Far and was so frank, so honest, so devoted to 'and, if applied at once of
have drawn a portion of,Otto's life to with, and almost every night since he preventing
:' i..the fame of Otto's bells extended,- his, work, and had accomplished so the usual = .
them. When the incursions of the war has related happy stories of the beauti- eoBsequtncea a painful
;:-tbedearest: and sweetest, people said.,, much at his early age, that Mons. blistering the skin separation of
forced him to fly from Ghent with his ful times he has had beneath the house ,i

I I',.t.qt' tjera heard.. Dayrollea saw a brilliant future before family, his regrets were not for his I playing with his "bird." Last Satur- I the epidermis, and,perhaps,more or less.
Of eoorae, the great establishment of him. Besides, the old gentleman witha of suppuration. ,
injured property, but that he could not day he was frolicking in the yard when
tV. Sriangen, to which Otto worked, Frenchman's vanity, felt that if the hear the bells. his "bird," getting lonely came out to For this purpose all that. is necessary

'.. :,ft(tbe.:credit of his, labors, but Yon "harmony chime" could be made, the lie was absent two years, and when sport with him. 'He was running to it is to cut a piece of lint, or,old: soft rag,

.a. Idiaga' awl. Otto himself knew very name of the munificent patron wouldgo he returned it was to find the cathedral when his mother discovered that his or even thick blotting paper, of .a .size-
,- ;,wtH to:whom the superior tone of the down to posterity with that of the sufficient to the burned
almost a ruin and the bells gone,no one "bird" was a huge black snake. A negro cover ,or scalded
.,,1 beBi_was due.. The master did not pay maker. He believed firmly that the parts and to keep it
well
. knew where. From that moment a was at hand and being called despatchedthe constantly wet.
'MB] higher wagea than the others, but boy would some day accomplish his settled melancholy took possession of reptile with a hoe.-Jacksonville with the sodaic lotion so as,to preventits

. .lj iegnei be grew to be general superjgta purpose. So, although the revolt of the Otto. lie made no attempt to retrievehis Times-Union. drying. By this means it. usually
; t at' in.his,department in spite of Netherlands had begun and he was happens that all from
pain
in .
.I losses, in fact, he gave up work Here is a truth that the young must ceases a
.
, to extiesne: youth. preparing to return to his own country.. quarter to half hour
'v, altogether, and would sit all day with lay to heart-It will be a sorry day for an orevenlnmuch
Wyse; :mybeus are good," he said to I he advanced the necessary funds, and Ids eyes fixed on the ruined belfry. this world, and for all the people in it less,time.* When the main part, of a
tftaadooeday who :was commenting saw Otto established in business before limb such the hand
; People said he was melancholy mad, when everybody makes his moods his as and forearm or:

qn ,their;merits; "but they do not he quitted Ghent.In and I suppose it was the truth, but he masters, and does nothing but what he the foot and leg, .has burned, it is,best

:,I:- like the,.music I will yet strike from a very short time work poured in was mad with a gentle kind of patience is inclined to do. The need of training when practicable, to plunge the part at
'
t6 m. They ring alike for all things. upon Otto. During that long and terrible very sad to see. His mother had died the will to the performance of work once into a jug or pail, or other convenient -

.:.To be sate,when they toll for a funeral war the manufacture of cannon during their exile, and now his wife that is distasteful of making the impulses vessel filled with the soda lotion,

.- & :slow ,measures make them seen alone made the fortunes of workers in unable with all her love to rouse him serve instead; of allowing them to and keep it there until the pain subsides;

f aoamtul;,but then the notes are really iron. So five years from the time he ; from his torpor faded slowly away. I: nil the higher, reason subjugating or the limbs may be swathed or encircled

: :.ewae a4 in a wedding peal. 1 shall left Von Erlangen we find Otto Holstein -I He did not notice her sickness, and his the moods instead of being; subjucatedby with a surgeon's cotton bandage, pre

: aito a:.chime of bells that will sound a rich man at twenty-four yearsof poor numbed brain seemed imperfectlyto I them lies at the foundation viously soaked in the saturated solution, '

.'" it'wiD every chord In the human soul. age. But the idea for which he labored comprehend her deatlu But he followed of character., 'it is possible very to learn to and kept constantly wet with it, the relief -

t "Iboi. 'Wilt thou deal in magic' had never for a moment left his her to the grave, and turning fix the wandering thought, to 'compel I being usually immediate, .provided

'aidfrieDd, ,, laughing "and the mind. Sleeping or waking, toiling or from it moved slowly down the city, the reluctant mental energy, to concens' the solution be saturated I and cold.

,Wj inquisition'will have somewhat to resting, his, thoughts were busy per- passed the door of his old home without trate the the performanceof What is now usually sold bicarbonate-
power upon
,do..1ritla. ,tb e. No human power can tog the details of the great work. looking at it, and went out of the city a task to which there is no inclination. I of soda is what I have. commonly used.
: tea a ten into a musical instrument' "Thou art twenty-four to-day, Otto and recommended, although this is well
gates. life
Until this victory has been gained,
','-Bit ,I-'can," he.answered briefly; i iI ," said his good mother, "and rich known to vary much in quality, accord
After that he was seen in every cityin holds no promise ; the achievement of
t II4'} inquisition or not, I will do it." beyond our hopes. When wilt thou ing to where it is manufactured ; but it
Char- of future
: Europe at different intervals. this conquest is the condition
.;;lie: tuned abruptly from his friend bring Gertrude home to me? Thou will be found to answer the purpose;
itable people gave hid alms but he success. No matter how great may be the
ad uttered, lost in thought, down hast been betrothed now for three years, although probably Howard's is most to
never begged. He would enter a town, natural gifts, unless there is a will that
Ae nadir street which led to his home. and want' a daughter to comfort my be depended on, the common carbonate
take his station near a church and wait can marshal and command them, the
4..anhumble: red-tiled cottage of declining years. Thou doest thy being too caustic. It is believed that a
until the bells rang for matins or vespers life is sure to be a failure.
achy two rooms, that he had inherited betrothed maiden a grievous wrong to.. large proportion of medical practitionersare
? then take his staff and sighing
up ,
tad Us grandfather. There he lived delay without cause. The gossips are THE FORGIVING GENERAL.-Boys still unaware of the remarkable
tae with ,' deeply, move off. People noting the I are apt to think that a forgiving dispo-
." his widowed mother. She talking already. wistful look in his eyes would ask him qualities of this easily applied remedy,
t VH *mild, pleasant-faced woman, and "Let them talk," laughed Otto. wanted."I ition is the mark of a milksop, but that which recommends itself foe' obvious
what he
: ;;ba eyes brightened as her'son bent his "Little do Gertrude or I care for their seeking-I am seeking was to show resentment is an exhibition of reasons.F. Peppercorn, (,ji Popular
am
ta1l., .tunder the low door-way, as silly tongues. She and I have agreed and those ,almost manliness. The fact is, as an English Science Monthly. .
) .!be eBtere4.the little room. "Thou art that the 'harmony chime' is to usher in his only reply, were writer affirms, "the brave only know ...
the only words any one ever heard from -
,(% Otto," she said, "and in trouble, our marriage day. Why, good mother, him. and he muttered them often to how to forgive. Cowards have even

too,'u she caught sight of his grave, no man can serve two mistresses, and fought, but a coward never forgave."An A New Way of Exploding Bomb
himself. Years rolled over the herd of
,rdiica: chime has the oldest claim. Let anecdote associated with the JU'e3tMetho- Shells.
my -
the wanderer but still his slow march
,\ ;";Yes-. he. answered. When I me accomplish it, and then the remain- dist, John Wesley, and Gen.Oglethorpe,
from town to town continued. His hair
\.'>* .1IerrErlangen for an increase of der of my life belongs to Gertrude> and had white and his strength had the founderof8a\'annah, illustratesthe Many years ago a Pittsburg iron firm I
grown ,
.iM!. tar my work grows harder every thou, too best of mothers." failed him so much that he only tottered writer's meaning.Mr. purchased a lot of condemned bomb !

..,ik*:refused it., Nay, he told me if "Still that'dream still that dream !" still Wesley and Gen. Oglethorpe shells for old iron. The shells were
instead of walked, but that wistful
,I *. not satisfied I could leave, as sighed his mother. Thou has hast cast sailed in the same ship to America. not loaded, but in order to ,melt themit
in his
i seeking look was eyes.
;.. ,-hero sere fifty men. ready to take my bell after bell, and until to-day I have One day, during the voyage, the clergy- was necessary that ,they should be
.! ;Bwdyl I yes, I warrant they're heard nothing moil*of the wild idea." One glorious evening in midsummerhe man hearing an unusual noise in the gen- broken up. This .attempted with

$ '*ty.enough, but to be able is differ- "No because I needed money. I was crossing a river in Ireland.' The eral's cabin, stepped in to inquire the sledge hammers,but the laborers made
had been I
boatman moved
kind-hearted
needed time and thought, too, to make cause of it. but little progress, and,'it was finally

!UII.her sighed deeply. experiments. All is matured now. I by the old mam's imploring gesture to "Mr. Wesley you must excuse me," given up as a bad job. One day a long

: '"Thou" received order to make a new cross him.5olle"s mighty nigh his end, slim Yankee came along and said "1
'r /wflt not leave Herr Erlan- have an said the general, showing good deal of : "
j"'c re1y:. It is little we get, but it set of bells for the great cathedral that anyhow, he muttered, looking at the temper. "I have met with a provocationtoo understand you have a job for a man

'.- -111 food." was sacked last week by the 'Icono- feeble movements of the old pilgrim as great for man to bear. You know here?" "Yes," was the reply, "we

t >aaet j leavve; he answered. "Xay, clasts,' and!: begin to-morrow." he stumbled to his seat. the beverage that agrees with me the best want that pile of bombs out there broken. -

l : ,: but, mother! I .have As Otto had said, his life's work began Suddenly through the still evening of any. "This villain Grimaldi,"he con- ." "How much will ,you pay ?"' '-t.

; diet sldaaa,;and thou wilt not starve. the next day. He loved his air came the distant sound of a melodious tinued, pointing to Ins Italian servant "We will give you a flp apiece (six anda

v 1:aylol1e9: the rich Frenchman, mother, but he seemed now to forget chime. At the first note the pilgrim "has drank up the whole of it. But I will quarter cents) if you will agree to

)' I ;1n the Llnden-strasse, has her in the feverish eagerness with whichhe leaped to his feet and threw up 1 be revenged on him." break them all." "I'll take the contract -a

;;?, *edm: why I do not set up a threw himself into his work. He his arms. "I have ordered him to be tied hand ," answered the Yankee. The day-
,
J!Iai..i.:: "Oh God he cried "found at
Iof. Of course I had been devoted lover to Gertrude, my was a cold one, and the thermometerdown
; :,. my, own. a and foot, and to be carried to the manofwar -
last !I.
.; : ;'-I; who never have a thaler to but he now never had a spare momentto that sails with us. The rascal should to zero. The Yankee laid every-

J-
$ lotberr: ,rich.friends of his would remember her existence in connec- the wondering man-not understanding never fort/ire." up. He procured a bucket, tilled them

.. !. 'e the means to start me in busi- tion with the peal which would ring in Otto's words spoken in a foreign tongue, I sir that neccrrin all with water ; then he came into tbe.
8e'is but answering his "Then, hope, you house made out his bill and said he
His labors were gesture. "They ,
deal
.a great ,of his.time at : their wedding day. said Wesley looking him squarely in the
.. 't and is ** enthusiast about prolonged far over the appointed time, were brought from somewhere in Holland would call around in the morning foe

;;5e1 ;\ :Aft! we are great: friends, and meanwhile the internal war raged when they were fighting there. face. his money. Every one was much mys-

I ; ng to bim after supper." more furiously, and the Netherlandswere Mighty fine bells they are, anyhow. But Confounded at the mild but pungent tified, but in the morning their .aston--

rt:: .'say'.that.he is crazy," said one vast battlefield. Xo interest he isn't listening to me." reproof, the general took r bunch of keys ishment was great. The water had

"i.q-'<<"" did Otto seem to take in the stirring No, he heard nothing but the bells. from his pocket and throwing them at his frozen during the night, and in the

;d! ,1" indignantly. "People'say events around him. The bells held his He merely whispered- "Come back to servant, said"There ,- morning a pile of scrap iron was found,

.J.. ?body who has ideas they whole existence captive.At me after so many years Oh, love of villain I take my keys,and be- as the freezing water had broken every ,

f'd.. They say I am crazy 'last the moulds were broken, and tny soul, Oh, thought of my life I Peal have better for the future." bomb into at least. a dozen pieces. -

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.., _hA81 spending a : cotton on his place the smallest stocks vlarge Rcal Estate Law speClalltr..f;

few days atthii'plaee. has*just 'retulnedt which are five feet .high and a Hay, C II. 3IAGRUDER, .
: pi KBy ge*:around'-td the amount of it is fully seven feet high. '! 'ti'li. :'!j..

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,1 been. ptnoingaeYeralVeel3Tpth: his father Sanford JovrnaL. Yes, and still another, also agents for

S IU.(X: Soimgeouiyof this place, expects Brother Harris, and that is a Base Ball SHOES, CLOTHING, Rocklcdge, .Flop'i

tq irgltnriolltli'la a fewdayis.Hie club. Jacob. Reeds' Sons, MIXOR S. JOA'ES. .!'

cplore&a8e'Ball Club_ ," of"'this During the past year, over n third of a Ladies' And Misses' Hats, CLOTHIERS, t

*place,:v tarterf'v off"Mondayevening for million dollars was received :\t'thc United ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. JTitusvllle '
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k&js6 '. m&1al..PJDBrW" ;/ -4" A.i,;tbfootofed club" off nearly half a million acres'of land disposed : Florla iJ t '
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-4. 'aearr;r.It--m'::: '-- *J'arrow& The City and they are'irouing it rapidly drawn nn l all haslnesa"entmteil. :
county Tet now LACES, RIBBONS, &C., March hat nu, to me promptly atteniTeil to. '-(. ,
$!l!i boundarieswin"fie foundfn 'the proceedings The same kind of work is being done at Office at Ms residence. ".
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A of iie3Knl in'our first'pave. the Tampa end of the route.A That canl be beat 'nnyivlicrc. J. M. Dixon; Titusville, Florida. : :J ii}
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:,." The4n theanvil. in; the blacksmith match game of Base Ball was played. TITVSVILLE, : : FLORIDA CO WIL'. ., .

-shgphefi'hasbgen; heard. for the at Monticello on the 3d instant, between COME.WESLEYAN Dealer in D. M i.

; past three ozr! nits,; reminds us .ofMr. the Jeflersons and the Floral Cit '', the i 'f'

ZeHirs' ,accustomed work here,several latter club belonging to Tallahassee. Thescore Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Physician and Surgeon.. j', : ::.

months ago." Tthoop 'er:.up JphiLr announced to 2, in favor of the FEMALE COLLEGE, Fancy and Toilet articles. *.*". '
Titusville.
Flofda. *;
-Mr.J''E., ; Thomasand family moved J eff n i ,
Will begin Forty-sixth: Annual session, T'
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last :evening from this A rattlesnake' rattle it is said is SF. .
Thursday
place' to on Sept. ID. A full"faculty of experiencedteachers. 1'arnishesCbnishes.E almost everything fi *

their ,new'.hoait-jiear, ,' the Narrows, we exhibition at a jewelry store at Lake Advanced course of study. The kept by a first-class Drug Honse.' Watch Maker and Jeweller. .;St **
learn. .. the hettio rattles best in Music Art Literature 1 Any drug,, medicine or In- -.
> 1Q P'.; J ''and hiso\vn City having thirty-two and a but advantages '.t'i boat, the'Mystery were. required to transport : ton and the snake is said to have been and Science. Careful attention to all the and etrumcnt not on needed hand, will bv customers be ordered ALL WORK WARIUSTEP.Work .,, 7't.1 ,yEjr'. ':'
wants of pupils. X5"Prices modern or owlets left with 1.. E. Wager tar at : .
.hit.household goods, r killed at Ocean Pond, the famous Florida for Post Oinco,TitMSTlllo or with A. Enuly U J.AJ'
Apply] catalogue to 14 2niRev. -Prescriptions carefully compounded Urtnewillrcceir
"Wanted by a'vyoucg married, man battle-field, historically known as Olusiee. ,,'. C. BASS, D. D., Prc.1'itlent.A. night or day with accuracy and dispatch iln Titu3r Ale every epmmptattenuon.l11tth Jloaduy.Dlt. -.,
with thirteen y The St. Prat tby.competent persons. Iy3G.igciiC3 :J"
experierice// 'a situation Augustine says we are 11. R. 1TJL.SOX. '- '
as ,clerk'inaimer"antilehou in heartily glad that all the purchasers of L. HITCH: ,:;
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South,Fk> .of 'referenCes :fur- in St. :Augustine all '
ridjLfBeat; property are not UEALEUIXGROCERIES Will continue the practice of Medicine a?** '
nithed and aajdsfactory reasons given for iconoclasts. Mr. Renwick, who has purchased ccrlpilon '. tsiIJ",

wanting to leave present employer. Ad the lot on Marine street with an The undersigned having opened :i Titusville and vicinity, J' ','";

.dress."Vp.r,*'-care of,Hi.L. Green, PalatWe old coquina Louse in a state of ruin, has PROVISIONS: Office nt J. ST. Di on's Dni; Store 1.

ka,.Flaw ; n 1' t .' set about to repair and restore instead of NEWSPAPER SDBSCBffHON( AGENCY ,o.' '
DRY GOODS A. K. D.\" LEY, D. D. S. 1
have. .been informed. that certain pulling it down. He thereby showed his WillII{? pleased to receive &ulwcriptions "'.

parties within the past week Have started taste and good judgement and sets an example Hardware ani' Gengral HcMaiiiise> to any Visiting Dentist. "(' ;

fires back of the places'of Messrs. Pritcli- sure to be followed by others. CITY POINT. FLORIDA. Periodical or Newspaper ptihlishetl. Makes frequent trips to Indian runt 1"

ard, Boy.and Reed,> oti the Delespine The .well-known Brcnhan B& Ball March& 4\v 45; --n.8a'c .- Lake Worth &c. if

Grant,greatly endangering their' property club, of ,New Orean.rt.e a series of The "Biggest" and tha "Best.A .-" time trouble and o. Address, New Smyrna, Florida. a" <
by applying .
should the wind come expense >
favorable.. These trophies on their eastward march toward n.
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First-Clans ii. ivAtr3iA.Justice \. { :
parties will awake sometime to find themselves Savannah met with defeat when they to C1IAS. II.. XA UL\N, C ,

'in the m'eshes'of: law.. A warn tackled the Mallorys, at Pensacola, last Mammoth Newspaper, Subscription nt, of the Peace and .f:
For U1l1mInteresting
ing should be sufficient as'this is'not, the Tuesday, the 7th Lu.t.i The gan.o was one year : Haulover P. 0., Erevan county, Fla. :\"otari.ubllc Statc-at- ..

time of year'for firing the woods; one of the most interesting that was ever: Novel Also Commissioner of Dceila for the Stole of *..t

Humors.are flying all around about played in that section, up to the eighth roil $',:.Ut1. THE SLOOP "AGNES, l'E. XSYLY.\.\. ,' '

our Enterprise'Eailrpad being completed inning neither idc had scored a run. THE SAYAMAH WEEKLY NEWS commanded by Office at the Haul-Over. -0' "

by the first of December, etc., etc.' Wehave On the ninth inning the Mallorys scored CAPTAIN JOHN MCLEAN, T JOHNSON COCKSIIUTT. 'I' **
run'followed A mammoth sheet, %Sx52 inches, containing .
n by a whitewash the : .
heard this'fciunc old story too often on Makes regular trips on Indian Ilivcr.SUE .;.J:4
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to give ii' rcd nc .-*'"We would add that Brcnnans, iliaking. the core, Mallorys 1, all paqcyof the:News reading of the matter Week,, Teleprapluc comprising -" C.UP.IF.5nLL, SUITLY OF Xotary Public, Statc-at-Lare;:. ,j ::

which we laaow'to be a fact and that ,is i Brcnnans, 0. ; Di.-|>atehe, accurate Market re- and .* *" .* **-

that Commodore Watson, John Sauls and last 4.of.Letter.. jiyrts, n well edited Agricultural Department Groceries,[Dry Goods, Justice of the Peace. j' ?J
Original i eria!.*, a psge'of
others of the incorpbrators have gone onto And postal cards unclaimed in the Post Canned f Goods Court day,first Saturday of each montb' i.t.i\

New' 'York to secure*If loowlethe' Office at Titnsvillc, Florida, Augusta 2, Eariaa, Gsonia & South C Ofilla New3. Hats, Boots and Shoes, LA GRANGE FI 0 rf.1 u'W* "'.,';.

necessary measures and money to bailthe 1SS3. / M ;wf a local jKtjifr.To Ladies Shoes in gn'at'nrict)..; Prints all ST. CL.11K-ABEA3IS, 1:. L. St'lYJRU '. ,.
road, and when they return we may Franklin Win. ncl'attt'rns at low prices. State Attorney County Judge of ''.
Henry, one postal card
look for more'reliable news. the farmer, iaccl>anicorartisan, the Seventh Judicial Circuit. Orange countj.
Holmes, H. E. ba.incss or professional man who has not ReadY-Iilade (Mfc Toilet Articles
-LaGraagp Female College, at 'LaGrange Hooker, J. T. letter. the advantages of a daily mail, it i+ a paper St Clair Abrams & Smaerliu, + )

,,G.'!., advertises. in our columns: Johnston, J. W. iH,,tai car a. by which he can be iuformod of eventstranptnn XOTllKVS.K3For ATTORNEYS & COCX3ELLOK3 AT LAW. '
It is time-honored institution Kaighn, Win. C. ; in the busy ,,world whether the cash only; ,
a ORLANDO FLA.
: of learning Jos>:rit E. Gr.L::nrn, P. J[. his own State or in the most distant partsof March ij: KPIONEER tim. 4.:;,
and lias added hundreds to the' educated the irlolxj. Will lvc careful attention to collections, 1itI!!>j.
and wilY practice in the several courts of this,
IVvslcyun Female .
women of the South. It is prow College.3LVCOX In addition to a first-class newspaper<< at COOPERAGE.Syrup istrictan Intho Snprem Court at Talla- '
ing in character and, prosperity under the GJX) .\.- :t moderate price we offer each yearly subscriber hasseu anti U S- Court at Jacksonville. ,1,
The Fort '-sixth Annual Session will[ a copy of any of the published Barrels 225. .
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presidency of Rev: John Heidt, D. D. GRANGE STORE "
btgia September 19th 18S3. The novels of the Morning News Library .
nio-t ftic.ijubseription
and is.highly commended the healthfulness Gauged to order, ten cents extra. I *:
by elegant C\llojre buildings in the South, 2.00 a year in advance. Always on hand a general assortment of l;

of its location, the thoroughnessand furnislieJ!: with all mOdem np4iauced .Suk-criptiom can IIC sent through local Honey Barrels, and Oval Water GOODS. ",:,.
breadth of its instruction in cvcrydepufmcnt looking to the health, happiness and com agents and postmaster.-, or direct To gf t.

and the, Christian inSuence fort of its inmates. Unburpas.s.-d advantages J. 1L EsTILU Breakers --:-STRICTLY CA lI.- : '-*j
in Literature 3Iusic and 3 Wliitakcr Street Savannah ,
Art at Ga. '
which'it'exerts.. Young Ladies who go moderate rates. ApplJfor catalogue to From : : 2.00 : : Up. E. L. Brady.' *.J:1!:

there are Inmates of the president's family Rev. W. C. IU s, 1'resident, or Rev. C. FOR INDIAN: 111VEK. Tanks January 1SS3 1-yr'36'' tX If:

and eajoy the comforts of home! life.Theratea'cre'lbwer W. SMITH, Secretary. -H1G .! .-

-. _--than*- most colleges of L.iGRA\'Gn \ I1SS3. ,- HART & SMITH and all kinds ol Cooi'EU WOK to order. .Florida .fnIl ufhc ture. .-, .

like grade. I..I;G E. I Ijine. T. JOII.VSOA, AMAZON :
ocklcdge
WORKSHr.
PAINT
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LAGKAXGE G.V. ISiG.Reoiiens ;. "
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Jacksonville -.Tampa rand Heyltic..t The Steamer, "ASTATULA, LaGrangf. ; : Florida. J. .
12 18.53 with KERNE, & CO., ,--J
.->*Railroad.It Gel tt. full facul Will leave Sanford
and
Enteq>rL<
ty. Thorough; truction in Eu<;li>h,Lat o every LUMBER. manufacturer of the *'
:was"currently reported here last in, Greek, French German, Music and Tuevlay for IIockle lge, and will !

week that the International Railroad had Art h'U.'lrU1k.oo. 8pccal care is hthtotrc a leave ford and Enterprise for Salt Will be furnished to order on short noticeat lJIAZON .

sold their line"from Jacksonville to PaLitka upon young pupils in 1'a'aratory{ dcputut'nt L1.keD1 Titusville every Friday.KCTl'R.M.Vf #18.00per thousand. READY- iIIED PAINTS 'j
fitting them for collc chase,.
to the J.' T. & Kl W. Railway Co. College-home affords comfort? and parental The; ; LUMBER & SHINGLESAlways in all shades and ready for 1I

These "yarns have been put in circulation oversight.: The buildings are of solidinagonry ; Will leave Lake 1'ohi. MI
*tt every Wednesday MI e (11 a t e Csc.; ,
f' constantly since the International ; ground*are ample aud beauiif on hand.
commenced their grade. So far they .Situation is high and noted for healthfulness. at 4 p. in., and Salt Lake every C. MAGRUDER Specially Adapted For This Cliiale. J a
.\. .' charges for board,&c,:and Saturday 9 a. m. for 5WCtlfll.lrumlt & CO.
poem to hare had no foundation in tuition $200, music and u*c of piano $ ,O.. clove counectioiu made with S. and grinders ofPure
RYDER.
fact. It would seem that they have l bee Address JOHX ,\'. Honr, Prctadent. daily line steamers for Jacksonville and

started by interested parties, and no doubt all points North. IIOCIxLEDGE, White Lead, .
have at times made it more difficult fur XOTICE.e Has just received and continues to
Land : \; Fla. C'apf. Joe Smith In stock full keep & Colors In Oil. 1Ollicc
the company to get. men. We don'tknow auk 10, 1833.: } 3 tf )[anagcr. a and complete stock of Gro' .
'
,but the facts are that the Company XOTICE is hereby given that the fol ceries. Hoots & Shoes, Hats & Cnps h, and Factory, ::

have been and are pushing their road lo\\"iu -I1:11uell settler has filed notice of W. B. MOORE great variety and General Merchandise No. :'G f Ocean street, ,:
his intention: to make final in of
proof
every description.
as fast as men and money can do it. They port of his claim and that said proof sup will Ask for whatever JACKSONVILLE, :FLOIUDA.-.

pay liberally and everything promptly. be made before .\. _\. Stewart, Clerk cir.. General Commission Merchant, you may want. One price to all. Canned if-Sena for color card anti price 1.*t'j
Goods of ,fl J
So far,no laborer: or merchant hasUt cult court at 'rtusville 1l.. on Thur. AND DEALER IX every description a specialty.LUMBEll New ..
day November 1st 1SS3 viz: GervaisSculater Information of Florida. ..
his labor or goods through this roa a. of Micauopy Fla., lid. 1191 for 102 "t
We are sorry to say this cannot be said the lot 1, section ; and lots 1 and i section Groceries and pages new matter unto map for 1851.

< of our other railwaysThe work L> being S, Township 26 S, Range 3;E. Will be furnished to order on short notice Send six cents to P..C.Lon ,Tallahassee
lie names the following witnesses to at $18.00
executed in ,first class shape-second to prove his continuous residence upon and per thosand. Dressed luni4 or C. Drew,Jacksonville, Fla.

none and better than most railways in cultivation of said ln.tIjz : William Family Supplies. ber front $20.00 to eH.OO per thonsaud .

r \ the State. We expect to ride to Palatka Jlathison, F. S. P.isleyllufus 1:. Stewart LUMBER & SHINGLES FOR SALE ,
and Joseph Dixon of ):ockl' Fla. A desirable in
': ;;e. cottage, house and lot
over the completed road before Christ- L. A. BARXES. always on hand. ntusville also
Register, Blacksmith, wheel wriht .:
ma.?.Green Cove Spring. .. 16 5w U. S. Load Otll.e. Tirusville, : : Florida and general Tuuville.
repairing
t" >ov"mLerlOtlilS tf 17 't P. M. FISHER. bhop at 'j
I Enquire PIITCHAEI & 3Liy. 24 tf ;

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